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m^ONEGA 8-2401 VIRGINIA BEACH. VIROtNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBK 2, 1 <i6 5 Two S«ctlon»-1 6 l»<K»«i SINGLE Op»Y: 1 0c. BY MAIl $3.50 PEg YE^ 



Viri^nia Beach Miss 



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Eagles Imtiate 



MiMHrtli School of Anartc* 

hMi^ tike hcpyjr walk after 

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HiM Mary Jo Kallam back 
atHkar j^ as saUtlaiif . 



tURLME 

ippmilEs 

COALITION 

VIRGINIA BEAOI-i. Charks 
l^lage, an qi^oent to Ihe dcsni- 
ntot Democratk: (n^anixation has 
iffdcomed the coalitkm between 
Cbesapeaka Councilmvi James W 
OvertoD, Jr. and tUe Vlit^ Re- 
publicffii assembly^ 

jOvatMi, a canditlate for mayw 
01 Chesapeake, is tite head of the 
South Norfolk Betterment Lea^, 
t|e controUii^ political force in ttie 
te>nm|h. J 

Burb^ 'm isisiKXMBsAil candi- 
date for Bominatirai for a 3nl IMs- 
mdt ieoake mUttipe Democrat 
prmary, mmI. %^ you are ev^ 
going to bei$ them (thelteUani or- 
mmxsMoA) @sm you have to ge. 
^ether the,%a^}«it Peniociat, 
t^ mtis. iwk|Mnte^ and aD 
tlK^eMo knre good ffmnamat" 

Overton md Raynaood Greetey. 
n^deot of the Virgiva Repi&U- 
ofm AAoi^y, aaxHBiGed tttdr eo- 
lation after qwdcing to Sm^ Car- 
o^a Rep. Albert |V. Watson in 
Wadungton. Wirtson iriade te 
switch to the Rq^AUcan Party ra- 
tlier tbwi fight Gcidwiitor in the 
U64 ppeaMeatial elix^i- —- 

.Overton «id he*^ tiy to set 

up ovgffiuxatkns Ui Qiesapedre si 

ndlar to tfaa Sb# NoHob Citizens 

Association to fif^ the Avni'ia^ 

(nfanzatwB ki CheMpentay i«Md! 

he says is kaninl tpmi M K^* 
1am (»iuv. Ov^on weat etf to aav 

, "I am joii^ the RtpubHean party 
in a coalttkn agai^ ^ Kdlam 
machine. I don't b^eve in apy on? 
man w andl froup don^atliQ ttie 
pditical situattoB. I f«W tht* Sd- 
nev Kdlam has done this in Vir- 
ginia Beach for several years and 
hse beg« to spread into Porto- 
moirth Md (ai»i4)^dce m a nwve 
to, COTtrtJ Tfifewater politics. 

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NdnoE 

,^lK CHy «f Vir«l*» Be«* hm 
frii ke peg* 



VlWSmU raACh - Ulm High 
Sdwol of Ammn is ftlias Mary 
Jo Keiram of Vir^nla B»ch. The 
beMJty and Ukak oi urn k«v^y 
blood dM^to* ct Del. ^1 Mrs. 
WiUnn P. IfeUam prevailed ovor 
ys ^sr Hnalii^, and iSe was 
crow^ Friday nlgM at the hu *« 
ccovMtkm haU ia Asbury Park, 
New Je.s^. 

"I didn't cry," Mary Jo iteclmd 
"It was sudi a ahoekit seemcc"^ 
fiffiny and I couldn't help laugh- 
ing. But, of course, I *as thrilled 
ja uc able to ^uing this honor to 
Vlrgbiia BmkA." 

Last year site was first mnntr 
up for beairty In the |tat« contest^ 
xt. this year ^.e wait 9II the* "'^v 
im the top priie. Named lUas High 
Sdiool of Vlrgiflla in the ,ta;i«u u.- 
visien last March in Hampton, riw 
pttlayed her tateit, hN blond 
good looks, and 1h9- poise with 
ty|)ical teei-age charm and vital- 
ity to beeomt Miss Hi^ School (rf 
Amqi(». 

The «K:it^ days ol competitiM 
b^an \aA vmek on Wednraday 
when si» and her mother male ihs 
trip to A^ary Park. They were 
housed at the Berkley Carteret 
hotel in Asbiay Park wnich is very 
much like the Cavalier here and 
was across frmn the Coaventmi 
Hall where ti^ beauty contest was 
held. "Atbury Park reminded mft^ 
a great deal of Virginia Beach," 
said Mary Jo, "and , the people 
tha« are vay friendly and nice 
like the people at Ikvtic." 

Ifer father Bill wd jM^tiier Doug 

cane tte following day and visifd 

h with iprnm Be^r^Wnts, Mi. 

Mrs. a Dougto Stewart A 

tlht, N. 



fr Ifary J« aaiwtre at b^ aigh' 
performances helptag to dieer Iwr 
on to vtetory. 

All day'Tliixsdiqf was d«roted 
to the praoticii« ol tatent M:ts and 
file pdgeag wm held thitf ni^ in 
^di Mary Jo was named fourth 
namer^v. And on Frid.iy the fi- 
nalists prq)ared for the beaut}' 
omtest and fixed their gowns aid 
hah'-dos and v^t not for the final 
big nKxnenA. 

tte mayor d ^knry parii 
crowned AUbs Kellam as Miss High 
SdKKd of America. Her biggest tro- 
^ w» presHited to her a!(mg 
with a protMl "buss" from her fa- 
ther. Sbe can^ home with Haree 
tr(^hies ui all. p^ a ^holarshipi 
and full of grateful appreciation 
for the help given her by her voice 
coach, Charte OUvw, and to Wil- 
liam lliSfflr who wu her acGxn- 
pwyist f«- bar tateited singing 
act. 

Leaving tte OH^ti^ world of 
beauty cont^bctod her for tiie 
Bne bdi^ 17-yiff ^ Ijltfy Jo 
is getting r^y tor her senhM- year 
at Vir^nia BMcfa m^ School, and 
in tiie mouAime is wwking as a 
saleslady at a kx^ clothing store. 




Cong. Redistricting 



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Moving S 



Graver Snitk. -^ ^ . _ — — ' ■ — 



BEACH HIGHWAY 
LISTS ATTRACTIONS 

VIRGINIA M:aCH - Coastd ; evente featarmg footbaB and pag- 



N.C. Firm 
Low Bidder 



Virginia is featured in 42 special 
attractions listed m ttie fall events 
folder publi^ied by the Ocean Hi- 
wi^ Association. 

Hie newly-isftied folder lists a 
totk ofM events, sc^ieduted be- 
tween Sept. 1-Dec. 31. 1965 in Vi^ 
ginia, Maryland, Delaware, New 
Je-sey. Nortii Caroluia. Soi^ 
CsfoliJa and Georgia. 



eantry include the Oy^er Bowl 
at Norfolk wi Oe*. 30 and Uie 
Che^peake Bowl at Great Bridge 
High Sdnol Sta(Uum oa Nov. 13. 
Also Mieduted are several golf 
toumaaieats.f 

thv wms^ maual antiqpie ihow. 
and sale, sponsor^i by Ae Prtn- 
em i^^ae Woman's C3ub. will 
ke*hekL.«t to, Virginia BeaA 




PHONE CO. 

SELLS OUT 




Day. 



VIRGINIA BSACSf'^Continental 
1tl^)hone Corp. of ^. Louis fourth 
mt^bA iixfopendciA tt^e^^ttam qom- 
Dany in^ countay, has purchased 
the Princeas Anne "M^on* Co. 

G. W. Scbunaker,. vice presi- 
Int (rf Coirtliental said last Fri- 
Jay his (»nip«iy {Hffdiaaed a'l 
7i|ts«£nding rtpdc (or an undis- 
posed ammsit^of cash. 

SdMMiudEer aiud tlM> company wiU 
i4^ade all rural lines, {a^i^ no 
msm than four custonaes op a 
party lUne. 

RobetTtoM- ol Wm^,^ Va., 
was aOA from h*sl£Mttkm ai d^-ec- 
tor <rf QHiUaeatal's W^t ^nr^nia 
operatitns to r^laee Kerqiit S. 
Lairf, fOTmw prerflent and gen- 
eral manager rf tie l*riu<^ss Anne 
Tetef^b^ Co-, and Laml wiQ stoy 
CND as a coiiwlti^ / 



fiii^ he olitahild 
fim from b<*« Hlway Associa- 
tion; ^ 0.^'jtot 187; Virginia 
Beac^. va. 

Traveta^ c&m Ascribe the 
Oc^a BQwiqr «s the "nicMt dis- 
tance b^ween two points" as a 
r^ilt d the great variety of things 
to te 1^ see ^cng the coast 
bdwwn New Yorit and Florida 
Local ©anmunities in Virginia and 
otto' stat^ have organised mimy 
special events to help provide all- 
yeaar activities for visitors, 

•rtw pt^lar all-year NorfoUt 
TtHir indudes self-guided vislte to 
ihai^ Norfolk area attr«:ti^ 
Vh"ginia's aiuuial autumn |^^tm- 
a^ wai include viiiU to ttMoqc 
Tidewater churches. ulnlati(»ts 
and Iwmes on Oct. 1-3 ami 8-10 

Sp«dal fall evKits fw coa.stal 
Virginia anglers include tiie Vir- 
ginia Salt Water Fii.ning T^trra- 
m«it, which runs to Oct 
1; the CaiincoteagiK 0(^n Beadi 
&irf Fishing Tournanent, ex- 
tencUng through Oct. Sli 
The Eastern Shore Anglei'3 Club 
bvftatioiuil Channd Bass Tourna- 
ment on Seot 17-18: the Virginia 
Beach Angler Club Fishi^ T»»yr- 
?nament m Sept. ffi-26; the 'fids- 
water An^re <arf> Spotted Sea 
Trout Ro<fe) at l^nnhaven on 
Oct. 17: the A^i^ma Beach Tiwt 
Rodeo oa Oct 31; and ttio Tide- 
watffl* Griped Bass Tournament 
on Nov. 20-Dec. 31. 

SaiBiHf attractiuis incluae the 
Norfolk Yacht Club Regatta on 
Sept. 4-5 and the fifst waual 
Governor's Cup Reei^ on ©ct. 
*3 Pnrfesstoial fo^all eomaa to 
«>astal Vlrgfaaa Ais faU witti the 
Norfolk Neptones entry in the 
new OmtlDefnal L^e. Special 



t^jt^ue Oc^ui Beyich Alt 9ww in 
Sept 5, *ie Gwd« Oub annual 
rose show U VirgWa 'Beach wi 
Oct 6-7, and fb» Jyrior Woman's 
Chib Cabaret TcBa at Virgiirfa 
Beadi <m I^. It. A variety irf 
theatre produe^ba^^iK available 
from Sept. lJ|ec. » at Norfoft 
and VirginUi Beac^. 




S<Aaoiaker aald ao 



pcraomd 
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School logins 



^RGINIA MIACH-All Virginia 
Beach pi^lic schools wM b^gin aes- 
i^sB cm MdayWming. lie elc- 
maitary sAool chiWroj ^rt cla»- 
l| at 8:20 am.; (rtfaer p-ades be 
1^ at 9:06 a.m. AU stii^tents will 
hi dsmiat^ by mku. 

A Ml day of cls^^w, whidi be- 
fgs& the regular sdiedtfe, sta-ts 
oa TuMday. Etenwrtary {Mnils will 
^ from 8:10 am. to 2:20 p.m. 
Seo»uliiry sdml studeirts wiS be 
to the cia^tMis from #:# 4>^ 
to 3:23 pJB. 

audcfits vAn do iwt have ti»e 
complete set of study books wff 
be sUe to pwch^e them throt^ 
oat fte 



LINWOOD HOLtON 

HOLTOH VISI^ 

VIRGINU BEACH-Takiag time 
out f rwn the campaiga trial last 
week, A. Liawood Hotton hdd m 
mfoTtnal meetuj^ vdth the pc&B 
at the Holiday fan on MiUtary 
Highway. 

IfoltoQ diatted with newsmen, for 
more than an hour abwit his pro- 
posed programs of W^way coe- 
^rucUon, finances and higher e<ki- 

catim. 

nam, Ae RepiWican cswMdal^ 
for governor d Vfrginia in the u^ 
cwnii^ Noven^g* electitett V^ 
8e"eral days in the Tidewater area, 
shaking hsmds and meeting pec^le. 
While here he covered the Eastnra 
Shore, Norfolk, Cl^a^)eake_acid 
nd^.boring cwmnunities. i{ 

At the meeUi^ witii tl» p-ras, 
Hdton uld, "We need to mate Vir- 
ginia first agaia Our proud heri- 
tage calls for stronger and better 
govenimaital f aicilitieB. I believe 
as govonor of Virginia, I can 
provide die leado'ship necessary 
for tifse goals ' 

Holtoi extnessed [dadsure at his 
reraptkn tai Udewater mi s^ 
be fdt iK)timistic abmit his (Aanc<>ti 
again^ Democratk: wmilnee MHli 
Godwin in November. 

HoltOT wert on to say, "I rtl- 
cerely wmt to help Vir}^. md I 
bcAeve that t can. I kapfw a tot 
dbeut Qm fAste, aad about wh£« 



VIRGINU BEACH - HowwC 
Construction Co. d GreensbwD, N. 
C. was the apparent low biddw 
for iaMallatioo d a large water 
trsmsmiasion main tost Bays.de ano 
Lynriiaveo bnrou^. 

Howard oadwbid four <Aher oonv 
panes Ndding for the project with 
Ihe ««) 9( |8»J8J. and Ctty Cowv 
di 1^ be ari»d to a{^rove and 
a m ^tu t im th* caotract 

;!, Aritiu Da'ector of UtJt 
af ttteaaf-s 
la 
expenive tfaua to aad wW b<! 
piM for with the |l mimoA utili- 
ties bonds isa^ aarilw feii year 

file project caBi for bwUAiQw 
d naw^ 43.000 foet of M-todt 
pipe from MoOBe'i Brfeigii prn^ 
ing statkm to conned with two w* 
to- maina 00 Virgmia Beach Bouh^ 
vai»d at UtUe Neck R»«l. 

"Hie Hne will pass Arizona Vil- 
la^, oraai the Western BrsM:h of 
the Lyiifcavei River, and thrju^. 
King's Grant It will spUt the ar«i 
betw^i the exuding Vij^inM 
Beadi walerm^s ttc4 ttioae in- 
sUlled on Sjore Drive recenfly. 

The work is schadtdal to be 
compMed to 100 daft. 

anith said two earlier jAiasea d 
the water expansioa program ve 
ah^ady in service, wMe another 
is nearfy cof^pletad. 

Ali'eady in service are a wata 
'main frwn Moore's Bridges to Shd- 
\m Road, {wrcha^ from the Na- 
vy, aivl a cmuiedhig mato from 
StidUm Road4o^Le(Bl«- Bridge on 
Shore Drive. La^al Unes are 
being installed to bqm«. 

Abnost compkled is a phase ex* 
tendbig the mato acrcM L^aer 
Bridge to Cox Hi^ School oa 
Great Neck Road with spurs to Sea- 
diore State Park and Bay Island, 
lias i^ase aito toclu<te a Ifaie from 
a pumping s^tion at London 
Bridge to the Genial Hospital of 
Vir^^ Beadi. 

Ihe wiAer eq>ansi(m ^gram 
was recommended by Mdeobn Phr- 
r^lSi^aeend f^ew Yotk ia 1963, 
aftor a len^y study of the city's 
water situation. 

Lewis Slid future expansion pro) 
ects BOW m the drawing b-^ards 
would extend transmis.sion lines tc 
the Kempsville area. 



RICHMOND - L^riators froJfn 
aorosi the strt e tfavd< 
mond this wwdc to begin a 
Special Sesslan of the General 
\s<:enJ)ly to wcwe a plan 
f(M- congressional r«listricting as 
ordered by ttie Vblfinia &ipreme 
C^rf of Appeals. 

Governor All»rte S. Harrbon, 
Jr.. at the opeiyng of the sra^imi 
tyiii^ UM tte lawmakai tiuA 
'^e wanted them to deal with re- 
ipoortionment and reapportion- 
ment only. Afta- three hours <rf 
Slotted debates they complied. Sbc 
nptfato redh^icting bUU had 
b««n Introduced by Wednesday 
aftenioi». 

pins sutoutted % both the 
Snate and Ho^ vrould nudto a 
new tad Distnrt conposed of 
Norfolt and Partrnwuth. Chaa- 
peake. presently in the 2nd, wouM 
be riiifted to the first, now occu- 
pied 1^ Virginia Be«A, the Eas»- 
•rn Sl»ore and the lower Peninsula 
aod ad^tt«it comtfei. 

Norlolt arid PwtsnMulk k^ 
Uators aaMt sktMid iHth the 
olan, but th«e is disMre-ment 
eAMut what poUtt»d aia>divI|dons 
^tt>er Aan CHeiioealfe. Virginia 
B^K^. fte Eastern &mn and 
lower Poihwila diould constitute 
the firii ' 

ttm wit wM^h tilled m 
exii^faig districtta^ "was broi^ 
by HixMk Delegate Heiffy How^ 
ii< eltM cwnsel for JacA R. 
KUetoi. 



Tlie cairt saW than mdas a 

tn Rich- 1 rea^^rtiomn^^plan jji^i m et 

begin a • ihe raahdile (tf the ^ate Cwtttl 

tutteb was ^ac^ prior to the 



im scheduled de(M>iur for coi- 
^ressmen that it would (vdar bal 
*oti^ at large in the atatf for 
the Cei^iress mm^rs. 

Tlie o^onentJ to Ch^apeidce 
xix^ in the 1st distrid nna<k no 
secr^lof the fad that they fed 
ttie balance of poetical power in 
Qie dtetrict would be trar^erred 
fraia the Newport News skie 0' 
Ha^^n Roa^'to Vii|^ Bead) 



1ST iMM a^ ttuq ^m/m^ ^ 
Distrtet, «• for frat rmMbat. m»A 



At laleil reports ^thera a« 
rumors d adJouniHiaiit nd ratinit 
ii^ B«(t wedt. 

t%e biMast prdden facing the 
Ass«n)hly Is ttie fad that Oie 
ptfitawia, H«nptoB wd Newport 
News an Itaed tq) aptaat the fat- 
ch^M of (%cai^alM to the M 
Distrid. There is also a stroeg 
posdSttKjr thM tfic Fta^ CHstrid 
may not be chaafe) at alL 

fh«re is ^wcvUrtfon - an in^ 
formed source says tfa^e u evca 
a p^iHty-of splitting Chesa 
peite t wa^: part for tiw \A\ 
part to the 2nd; amd part to the 
4tii. Sources go <» to predfct e 
k»g drawn ottf atmion wtule bdh 
Imm buried thmielves wiOi 

Af^4a.what artB flMflly lapperj. 
Da^ti WQ^ttft P. Krtapi ^'^ 
"I wish we cmki t^ yfo 



if the^KrT^MK" 

Wednesday a^^mooa iranf 1^ 
level medings wme hO^ o»- 
titedsd to ordo' to Mi^ m $t- 
nsptri^ <»mprjn^ i^ i |Mv> 
hhat wm be ace#ed Ir ^ 
€«irts. 

The Hou-^e d Debate took 
'nt(» Wednesday d Was Mary *^ 
KeUon wiwung tl» 
•ends d America 
^mouaespnent was fe«i Irito 
Httsrti )sy a memb«i fmA 
')elegiit«i applauded MM ^K#P» 
^, her Mat, M. Wm. J*. 



WediKsday itftamooB wither te 
House nor fee Sma*e aw^fia* 
to be ready to ^ve an inA. Sadi 
body has its own {dan and marv 
'amendnwnts to conwfer. 



caoMMies Ib oMetlap tairt vetl^ 
caopa up wlA pii^ wM popi|> 
li^JoB variance among (fistricto 
irtMHowAiikl he didn't think 
ika iftl^ 4#aoit <^<^ would t^- 
erala. 




VOTER HHVE 
PLMINED 

VIRGINU MACH - The Vir- 
ginia Btech chapbr of the Vfr- 
gtoia Indq)«)da)t Voters Lei«ue, 
has amKnfflc^ plans to b^[to a 
regis^atfon drl^ thi^ wiH try 
to registo- som^ 1,000 voters here 
to ^ dty of Vii^inia Beach. "Hie 
drive ia spcmsored by the 3dm 
P. Kouiedy Deaaooratic Oidti d 
Virgtoia Beadi, a menriier of iiie 
Indiq^endoit Voters Lei^ue. 

Itee wiU be a "kkkKiff" raDy 
tonl^ at 8:30 p,in. at the J.F.K. 
Headquarters kx;ated at 712 Vir- 
ginia B^A Bhrd. ' 

GiM^ s^Mkers for Oe ooosfoa 
win be Fraderick Stant of Nor- 
folk. Sdney Kdlam of Vlr^ida 
BamA, Arttao- Freeman, of Nn-- 
folk, md Moses RkMdi of Nanse- 
HMMod Oounfy. 



ia tte ^ fiMHit as {W^aisd 
the Stale S^^ but aot fay 
Vsm. Uto l^M wai^ A«n 1^ 
1^ wlA jyeonac add North 
Haffi|>taB Coitotfoi hi the 8th IMS' 

jWd. I 

As we ifO fo prsM, Are we 
ma^ pla»k geb« ea^de«d 
Rowevv, mattm file in sod! a 
fluid state, that It is hnposrible 
to tell ju^what cities md countto;; 



ft needs to regato Hi pMitton d ^taU. 



tobsshtp'to the VmOi States. 
I fed ffthsiatk dxnt tte dec- 
tkai.** f 



SEMHARSET 

The Norfolk U^ing fervice will 
Md its firat seninar at tte F.O.P. 
(M> m KempsvUle. Sef^eaiiet 9, 
at 7:00 P.M. with a buffd diniw 
8p(Htsored by Lemar Wi-Foley Co., 
Inc. 

Lanar W. FWey, whe^ is prond- 
nent to real estirte. will be the 
hod of the eveni^ and discus a 
fow (rf the fine poiitfs of Mta^, 
$ppeai^k, prot^ssii^ end doi- 
^. He win tatrodiMe toe gu«A 
Unidter, Andy Fmy, who b^ds 
thtfodi^AA diee. Pmy win 
dwn- Ac ntir F.B.A. pe^ietm in 



liMTSWiU 

musE mm 

VIRGINU BEACH - llie Vfc- 
^gtoui ^adi £4Xlge ?fo. 188 of Ae 
KI^^ of pytUas will sponsor 
a fldiiag iH% BsfA. 6-12 !«- the 
local campaign tar eyatie n[»t>sis. 

"the party and tiie proceeds ure 
for the Kidghis of Pythias' healtli 
jvojact llie wQodffi pier at Vir- 
^xU Beach wffl be the site <rf 
fidilhg. 

Ttokete are available d,- Kellam 
li Eat<», Inc., PrinQe»> ^me 
CourtiMi»e: Bdjo Supermarl^ 
LoadoB fMd^i Newbern Marled. 
Oceana; Bird's Seafood Restau- 
rant. Uttle Neck Road; Harrell's 
nuureuqr. 308 Ladcto Road; and 
Exc^Mtf Redaurut, 1814 AtUm- 
tk^vnaie. 




ftnevatioBs may be made by 
cdlii^ Rose «■ Bert Blsa^ 34flf- 




S» y«ar-aM JuJHa Alwr* U aaetter ricliiB •' «^**' 
fibraab. Ska b oaa el aiqpraximataly eTery l.W cw«'*» 
baNra with tka^iMata. Har areata mm Wbr. aad Mrs. Wayaa 
Abra af 312 Hospital Driva, VirgiaU Baaah. ^ 

(Pketa by Haary Ifclaals) 



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City Seeks 
New Symbet 

CAFE HENRY-The old C^ 
H^ry U^tiiouse, once file guUbig; 
ttgU !:.f many a. mariner, may 
sooa haj^ing a new role to Yir- 
^da Bl*^ "^ <^fy fathers are 
tookkii for a %sm symbol to re- 
{dace the {ttelaat oae. tiie Mercur 
Capode. 

A commitiBe is preseaUy toekii 
toto ttie pQ^lality of ustog U« fa- 
mous oW lawkmrk as the city's 
new sya^li^ 

The IW year dd sandstone itru- 
ture became the property of t'».« 
Association for the Preservation 
d Virginia AntiquitiM to 1930. 

The U^it^Mise, tfjs first to 
erected by fihe nlted StatM f^ 
emment l^ seen fire, hurr. 
War' and windalian. 

Ttie structiffe was wdered bi<'' 
in 1773, but was sti^ed 
the Revdutionaiy war ai 
mt begun agata lartjl 1'79D. 
finely con^teted in 1791 
of $15,200. 

During the Wa- Bet\ 
Stotes, the light aJE»l leoa 
^3royed by Confederate \ 
l«l, but Union fortes rej 
and had it b^k ai full 
in 1^3. 

l^M landnarlr ew 
rm^ ma lighthouse in 
an ^giiwer ordered a 
ot^tnicted because di 
to y» *aUs. 

.Ihe old tower was 
t^hal IwNJbnariK in 1964 
AtfeaUi ttae piihlk;. 



p^^^^n^i^i^^p^p* 




L«| i la I 



Fun At K.H. 

Arndd BMts, hottai <pi Wi^ 
pitaU^ aouse Iw aorvl^n -li 
m Wh rtr«^, liu i»i|itoetd # 

whict^Ims included nyof 0X(^^ 
aftamoons tor th« Mrvt^nm, 
}uBk»- Iwstes^k guaiti aod in- 
ter«M qpectatm. 

LMt Sunday aftonooQ ttie Nor- 
folk Y brou^t a builoid of Um 

<ta- a picnic m tfit greeds (rf 

the HtnpiteHty Houw. 

Seamen from t)M l^S Rk4ieUs 
■id USS daude MuliciMted Atg 
with persomd moi Ot Qr«i, 
French atd Spiitt ^^ 1l» 
band fram the U^ ^ao-ica Mt 
on the porch and played music 
to an estimated crowd of over 
200. Dancing bi the streets wm 
enthuMastlc^y en^td bv ma^ 
nd die miiic carried to the i^ir- 
hf PQ>pcnniirt Club aad Uans Den 
fran which officials aopeared and 
invited the band to play for them 
alao and treated them to nippe*. 

Hn. NMcy Perkins hdlped Mn. 
Baiwt and tiie junior bo^^^iei ta 
diaiMron^ the affata-. It is h<^ 
that Hospitality Hone which is 
ipoBMred by the Ministerial As- 
aodatbn of Virginia Beach will 
nsnain open throu^ Si^tiaAm. 



I 



HEARTBEAT LULIABY 

beaik but th« iitn^MirtbMit 
dses aftce. It fooftet^M iHsau 
baby St ttat i i^lei liss. giiiii 
Biore wrigUl, asi dteps beto 
ttan tgitm m «3^mtA to it 
n^ k tti starting ^d^ ol 
New York piyi^lagM. Dr. Ut 
Salk. who obMTtil «w effect «» 
1(B iitfmts of reulii-tiie^todk (lay- 
ing of a tj«ie of IiMb ktertbealp 
in a hospital nu-soy. 

&. Salk found that the iirfiuits 
ad nrt r^Mod te ttM SMW way 
to other riiytfamic soinnk Wboi 
a~tape <^ galloping t«artt»eirt or 
a very rapul beat was i^iyed. thi 
m&iii beeaim omi* mttMi mi 
cried nore fr e yewy . 

Dr. Sdt reports Alt •«« ohte 
bdilM hpi M to !? OHotlk Vim 
the "UNdrib, kdHkib" «l d» 
hlMH' li 
fell ade^. 

luM l9 a hMrlbe>> 

by the ikgfH «< • hdli^ or the 
sowi ef a 



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C i maa— SImwcm* — ^"Virvlaia B«aek W*«li" b foatvrad 
te T e rft e Oiafc t-<MMl MaU VmsMmi BiirMa d«rfait CaaaAaa 

V VIRGIMA BEACH AT 
1 CANADIAN SHOW 



attw if te V^gala BMiMlar* 
lAM$MpMke Bay M^ 1^ 
1^ Md Ootoi Iflway Aaodstion 
ifc geltlBg a "real w«k Ott at 
tie OlMiiaB Natteari a vrwt^ ^ i 
~ te a^ Hiit. 



mdmn.4tJSL 




INrd ^«l inrgMa 
8. 

MlltarliAliti 

MBva vxe 

PreaMiatt t$i Ray NM MUiW 

a li iMiiaiiM Maraat fei Vlr|pi 



map aa wiD 






iiiita^ iiUKt nuoinar aa, jnf 
om^aagMQ wawr i||p|ipa 

nTviviBia Btach a»pl»*r< 



WEDWNGS 




MSK a^tui|e miwray lane 



Conaaeree has pvtic^)ated m die 
CTtMNgn for Q» pa^ twelva 
yean b^ tiia is tfw second year 
t has Md for ^)ecific atteaMon to 
the reanrt and infwiediate area by 
eo^aettag a booth thre^ the 
cooperative combine ci Vtr^a 
Bath, NufoK. Uie Oiesypeake 
BiQr Brh^Tiainel and 0am Ifi- 
way Assodatioil. 

A. B. Ovws, prerid«it of the 
Virginia B^di dnnriier of Com- 
merce, stated thM this is Ae mmt. 
kapaduA travd Aow m ttie 
Chan^ei^s adMdule each year and 
hai proven a proiktcthrfrjKtor ia 
the reairt's heavy CanaAan viri- 
taikn. Itie ^ow attracts ova- 
three mfflbn peq}}e sani exteo^ 
from August 20 Uirou^ labot 
D«y» 

yVo^i-n^il^MsFs to l^rginia 
Baa^ Is not <boafioad to Mm el- 
foria orHie baoSi. VlatOOa Bei^ 
is getti^ furtlMr expomn« tfarmi^ 
sNwinp oi its new fikn, "Yowf 
for the C^cnshig." 

Threap arrangements made by 
the resort's advartiatog agOK^, 
the beaeh was ^m^i^ by "Vi^ 
•gUa Be»A Week" in the Twwto 
Gkbe aad Mail Vaortka Bureau 
«Mi a special window di^day. 
Mrs. Xfitd^ was feafaired in the 
Taroi^ Gkibe and Mail as a 
pmA ctmsultaitt on Mon^ and 
findlfr of the mdc — ^ , 

OttKr pronwikAa) aethrity b- 
chides ciJU l^ bai^ t^r^ta- 
ttves on travri ag«^ «d trOB- 
pbrtatai people. 

Ttie (>nadian &}y>»}tion is th^ 
^ dbow in whldi the Chamber 
<SccBiMn»ce participated in 190. 
H^l^ travel shows on the agenda 
mn Cincinnati, Oevelaod ffiid 
New York. 



Plans Unveiled 



VIRGINIA BEAOT-Plans have 
beoi uaveHed for a » unit mo'el 
on the ocean Mid Atiwtic Aveiwe 
near Wh Street. 

Grayam M. Whit^uiH St.. and 
Grayson M. '|!jN|ehMnt 4r. have 
ap^Ued to th^Jfy Planning QHn- 
misam ftn* a use permk to cm- 
i^ruct and qperate the motel at die 
kx:atkn. 

liiis is die tbbtl MBouncemoM 
fa- plans <A motels in recent w^k: 
within the tluee U>ck area of Btt 
and 38tfa £ltneu. v4 

City Coi^fl at a me^g earlier 
thk mn^ granted use pcsnnts for 
a liHiait motd at Atlwfic and 36th 
Sta^ ani a 3S-uiit motel iri; At- 
lantk: and iBtti Street. 

The motel rosiest is among 21 
itons K^dukd to raam b^ore 
the Planning Commiskn mating 
S^)tefflbtf 8. 

Hie 0(y noadi^ GeRn^sion 
«dU hold ite nw^ii^ at a new 
{dace and ^bne. The mceti^ will 
be hdd at 9:30 a.m. on Oe second 
fkxir (rf^fte Intense Ame 4|otf^ 
hoiA Fire DqpfBtraeirfl "^ 



cmK^ iril be Ml hf tti A» 
iliHiiii nm omm* l^es 
didb at the little Creek OCBoirs' 
cm WodaaKiy at ^ aA 

11a eeffse Is ^nm Is 
nef and old raaakalB aad la 
aofNiBt ten wm tte data ae- 
tivMlK Ptanaad pregrans for the 
<xab4 laaan fM be preaenM 
and fHwhen najy stp op te- 
aettvMis that are d Mwaat 

PiMs lor the m Chari^ BaU 
in OcMer will lie ttoctaaed. 



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UaiuiiBf ••«« ••^ A^ •t-w.r Wyt«N taw^ a. Altafc.^ 
wA kMB VM •» te th« alairt* wMl «U Mi* iMMt wMm Mi 
•m»^ltot M^ d«M M her CU«««I U l i i e ^i» n P^ f»a* 



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If^Mr iinuk Kfpr§^mte^mA 



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FOR 
VIRGINIA BEACH 



2420 ARCTIC AV»ME 
FOR PIK3I^ and COURTfOUS SK^^a 



aive Dad Own Hidiaway 




KEMPSYILLEGC 

KEMPSVILLE— A faslUMi show 
and card party wiD be pre^ited 
by the Kei^Hnilte Garden Chib 
at the E^nmanuel Eplsapal 
church m September 28 at 8 p.m. 

Door and taUe prizes will be 
abided, file H donatkn wUl 
beidBt eoBoimiidfy and civic ihi- 
I»weme»As. A white elephant table 
win be featiffed uid refrralunaits 
will be so^ed. 



,;i;* 



VmimiA ^CH-Bliss Pat- 
rick June Terrell add Claude 
Murray Lane of Grandy, RC ware 
nunied Satorday in the nr$t 
CtdoBial Bafiliit church. Tha cere- 
mony was perfohned My tt^e Rev. 
G«Q(«e T. StaOlBgi. 

Um bridh is the daughtoT tt 
Mr. and Mrs. John Edward ttt- 
rail, and the hifdlegFoom is 6i» 
son of Mr. and Mn. Ernest F. 
Lane of l^aody. N.C. 

Giw!^ hi marriage by her (ather, 

the bride wore a gown of p^ i$ 

•^e wifii a chantilly lace, bediee 

^Nistle back. Her veil jivas 

a crown of peM ftd 

a Bible with jwna- 

aad stef^aa^ 

was 

oMpson and MUa 

the brick's tUt^ 

^> G. Une Was his 

iit man. Uahers ^fVft 

of pippular BrandJL. 

Dwight, r. TUftA 

be bride John E^ 

Jig bearer. * 

f the liiiae epter- 

ntinn in «be social 

after .wiutSi 





First Meeting 



VIRGINIA BEACB-Tlie Virginia 
BMdi Ctvic dbone wiO start ite 
^'18 seuon with its OrA meet- 
intf fUMiay. at 8 pAu in the 
FeUovelup Room of GaKlee 
Church. Lcated at «8di St nd 
Padfie Ave. at Vfar^lia Beach. 

Tlie nMeting. intended to discuss 

year, ll ^ l» «irf •«*■ 
who «« toUiwiad ll l^m^m 
ChonH. 

Dira^NT OuriN Q^nr li 
choey as the iaO^^ w* ^^ wlffc 
d)e On nan Retfid i iB if JiMMIa 
Brams. t^enMNe ftap ara Mag 
made «» a wMar aMMl <> ^ 
elude pei lan i iaMoaa # OHiert ani 
SuUivw aad a aaooMd dmtai 
concert. 

The traHtteoll qpiiag musicai 
wUI be aaansorad ^grin hy the 
RMary C^ d Vta^^lria Bead. 



NEVLEAHU 

BA'^E - T^m Piaderpasg 
firam the Fvit Baptat <%urch of 
OooeiiaB. fatnwiN tot airivid 
at the BiQ^ BwMat Chui^ Is 
uau m the ,mk ^ MUsta- 
of MN^ aad Ednntite. 

pSira*. Ms !#. Ma; 
and^ AiM ^MmA «m »* 
li^ ^t^ia Ittoor. . 

On Se^i0tiiBm 13.- tte churiA 
1^ hBMr thoD until « MOspHs 
rft:80 p.Bi. 



GUEST PREACHERS 



VimSlNlA BEACH-flie Rev. 
M. R. Boone, his didr and con- 
pr^tion of First Baptist church 
Of Lynnhavoi, will worship with 
Saint Mack A.M.E. church dur- 
ing the opald&g of die Ravlva! on 
Sept. S lA 2:30 p.m. I^ntf will 
be s«rved on tfie diurdi lawit 
foUowing the service. 

Ite Rev. L. W. Oia^ his (Adr 
and congr^tkn qf Mt. Olive 
BajAist (Aurch. will worship with 
diem at the Saadipf night servic^ 
tA 8 pjn. 

Evai^elist for the week will 
be the tiev. A. Lewir Williams cif 
Qiester ousylvania. Prayo* serv- 
k^ wfll be held each n^t fnan 
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. 

1ha% te no kmger «i early 
auming service. Sunday Sehool 
is at 10 a.m. mi nxummg wor- 
ship at 11 ajn. 



LAKE SMITH GC 

BAYSID£!-^.bI» Snoath Garden 
aub will hiM its first meting 
of the fall season oil Tbeadqr at 
die heme of Un. R. WiBiur on 
Farrii^bui Tkivi. 

A p(A hxk wipptt is planned 
and each nnmbJir ia to bcW her 
fanrorite dish. 

Maid)a*s d tiie Fata* Mc»dows 
Gadl^ dub M^ 9«y9 as Ridges 
fir Iha 




LUNCHEON SET 

VIRC^IA BEAOI-The Tide, 
wator dia{^r <d the Westhamption 
Ahgnni Association will eitertaiii 
Ute students of Northampton at a 
lum:heon m S^4end}«' 8 from U 
tSl } pM. at the PembroM Tawars 
Ptni:in Norfol, as piests <tf Mrs. 

fta* hirther intotnatlon. call 

flgi-Toeo. 



has a toee hoase 

a i^MwM a°^ M^ • *«^^ 
ao*. aB IMeawafs far when thsy 
m$ prhracy. Bift what abMt 

Hi's eattttad, tiat 

MMiy AM oeada A Ip far pri- 
vate rowttw. wortdag or rduc- 
ation. He'll be satisfied if it's only 
a cwTier in the basMn«*, says 
John Coicord, home imprcwai^t 
consultant to Masonite Corpora- 
Uon. 

In fact, he'd probably Jtunp at 
the chanoe to buiUl his den «;• 
cording to his own llk« and h<*by 
intwests. i Mom and the kids 
would jiM give him a bit (tf en- 
couragar^nt and perfaaia offer to 
hdp set it up. 

Trim a cwner, as Concord pro- 
poses. Naturally, Dad'D Ifte an 
atnmeph«'e d warmth and Dozi- 
ness. There's nothing like hanging 
fav<Nrite pictures, trophies, dipk>- 
mas ani certificates fron the Ro- 
tary club or Amo'ican Legion to 
ma^ Dad feel right rt h<»ne. He 
cm empty Uw do^t recesses and 
bureau ^aw^rs of th^e monen- 



1^ ^ess np the coraer. he can 
taMM sene peg-Bor^ pn^ in 
te i^psr widl area, ll«t1 be tte 
ptaeelir aB these tropfalM. 

fw a wafascet, he*U tts • asas- 
o^ wood^pidned «i«8 sa^ as 
Masonite Rayak^ panels. Mh 
die woodgrains and Uie perforated 
pands are available {veflnohed 
lot easy muntenance. 

Tbtn there shouM be a d^, 
diair, adequate lifting and per- 
haps even a typewrito* in case 
Dad has some hamew(MiL A tele- 
phone extm^n woald adt Mn 
fine, too, Omeord cteclares. 

What ^kwt pipes overhenl? 
Ihey're easily bw^ed in and cov- 
ered with paneling. A flottr cover- 
ing will go ove- the cold c<mcrete. 
Wifl) this basemoH d«i (tf his own, 
Dad will have it nnde! 




Timothy Raul Kary rf K82 Sten- 
cil street has been named as an 
hon«^ student at die I|oivarsHy 
of Illinois CoU^ of E^ine«-ii« 
and has be«i nuned to ffie dean's 
list. 



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HFMINGOItS 



Atlantic Fuel 
Oil Co. 

Call: 
OA 8-SOO0 

Day or Night 

— serving the 
NINTH Largest City 
In the 
United States 

aEAN 

PREMIUM 

HEATING OIL 




^ SiNP 

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BACK TO SCHOOL 

CLEAN 
Picl 

325 Uskin RomI 

0|>poMte 

Cobnial Store 

OA 8-2801 




9 



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emice 

340-6421 




Budf et aiH^iMtt 
•flcrwwA* 



iliaiia Carpet li Drapery Shop 



4141 Vli#(Maleaahtlvil,jws»ttM^ Ihe^ |l§^ 



paaeaii 



In the 1920's Plume Street wet one of Norfolk's 
moit important business streets. 

. . . Then H. D. Oliver had been known for almost 
60 years. : . 

Many d the city's moA important businesses had ^ices 
on Plume ^reet Miller & Rhoads Swartz Department 
^are had moved to Plume Street. It buz^ with daily 
adivWes. H. D. Oliver by dip had beoette a tradMon 
in Norfolk, ^ervfaig the entire cunmunity wSk tiw nvst 
refepeded funtf al and btuial s^pices. 

IVmI^, I^toiK Street is still «ie of die city's haskA 
(kwBtown stre^. H. D. Oliver h» c(Hkimied to renMin 
as the le»Ia' in its field, growing wtth die onunuinty's 
needs. Two fine faciUies, the newe^ A Virgbiia BesMh, 
a lat^ enxa fe n ced tkaR and the most jnodem metlwds, 
assureymiqf con^jleteanddignifod caveof th(aeinfip(X> ' 
tarn Med^s. CaJl on H. D. Oliver fw die finesrt. 

Harry D. and James. B. Oliver 



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NOMQUCeMl 

ita-mi 



HP 



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two - ear 
garages 

stiU have 
one-ca/r 

houses 




V 

see MUTUAL FEDERAL to 
build, remoM^ 







WILLNErS ■ WIUNiR'S ■ WIUNIR'S W( 

If s time foi' FALL'S ' 

TransitionaL Cottons 




tAnllAGE 

Hiir 

12.98 

14.98 

prhers to 

22J8 



l^eSktfaer trunmed belt. "A" aldit 
s^ te ba^ Brown, Une; 

W« fmm 1UniKit«-'i LksmI linoim 4 Mi 



tf to 15 - 3 to 16 



L(M5FORMALS..,.. 



VI off 



SmP FRIHAYS HL 9 






ZfmfU^ tSmf^s J4mi^^&if ^Saums 



VRQNIA ttA04 

WHAT DOES A WAVE DO? 

Th« principle of pcnnMient trmvinf is ^«o*fold. nr^ 
th* eonbtnation of chtmicaU appUwl to U^ rdlled Ittir As- 
rupto »Mi "teftont" tiiMw HorizonUl crou-Unks. But ftft«r 
^ur h«ir is '*neutrftlis«d," ihme link«gea frow to Uke th«ir< 
now petition. 

M4 LASKIN RD., VIRGINU BEACH PImm GA ••Sltl 

OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 

7IOe Gr«abr &!.. Wu^ Cwivr — Pk 8S3-ltlt 



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ttdmi^ Ois^ ton a< Iffi 
n« liw. M^hiM thtfriqr aTSU 

OB #^ dMM^ IM «l 4ta4«ihb«l 
itndflBts filr tte ifvlig pMMitat 
of lie U^rtfii^ of ^iF^ila't 
Sdhod of E^taMrtr^ and Ai^rilcd 
SciwiCB, , 



ShMierOfRice 




NEEDLE ud THREAD 
SBOPPE 

i 

# A(t»r«tions 
# Fittir^s i 



1810 PAOm AVI. 



Virg!nla Beadi SUN, Ihursday, Septemb^- 2, 1965 



PagiS^ 



%OBr Kail 



SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THEM* DAUGHTERS 

. OPEN LABOR DAY 

' 10 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. 

We are now shoun'ng^aSfuU sehction^ of transitional 
and fall fashions to take care of your "needs frofn 
' ^ ^kow thru p^er. i ^ 

(Continuing our scde of baihing suits) < 

Vi OFF 

Optu Moiiday & Friday evmngs tU 9 p.m. 

3133 Va. Beach Blvd. Va. Bsach, Vbgiiiia 






f^ai4t^ tsLine 




Saturday night uid Rarrr Taylor 
bi the ftuA room ^ tiie Cavalier 
Hotel. I have the feeling that 
the nnt Hiit»ce ^Is the story 
if you have heard <rf Harry Tay- 
lor. 

Of course witti Ma g^lcRum, 
w^Mfl he ittfts Ua act, everyone 
wi^iim down and tittt in(^<tes me. 

VL ysu have ihi a new dress or 
a new hair-^ (hat your hud!>arK] 
M* boy frioid faitod to m^cu, 
th«> take a tHp to tiie powdtf 



room. Harry Taylor will very 
quickly tdl the happy group all 
dMNit you. 

The "naughty but nk>e" {rfaatet 
and 1^^ has beosne a Beach 
(ayure in hia nfaie years dl al- 
tamately charming and abusing 
the thint Room cIMete. 

kfmB% tiuMK seei w«^: Mr. & 
Mfa. Slaricy Aidgkn. Mr. ft Mrs. 
Je* Uweathal Jr., Mr. ft Mrs. W. 
J. Dohe and BIr. ft yb%. Key M. 
Cat«cr. 



PMd O •!<■»•* ^ 
FMidier of RWwwnd, W. * Mr^ 
Botert 8. B^ Df, »* ▼•«*. 
and lira. \«mm. 

He does stag hymiii mm 
Pr^ley), who was a fueit M At 
First BaptW church. Ehfls wag* 
pawhg ttetn# Virgtaia Bea(|( 

and stuped iw a spirtQial t^d^ 
A note left in the pew (t^uito 
for tlw spiritual ^0i) sdgCNlL h^ 

lavls. ^ « 



_ You Don't Havo 
To Own tho 
Hopo Diamo^ 



p,r. «» «.-. W«rr«iidl Umb uarroil ar* i«KTiag Virginia 
Heblita a«pti>t Church fellowiat tlwN- r«««nl aanriM* #• 
Jdiy it. Tk» brWe it t)i« for«er Mis* ^jriiajHe lr«^ Uii, 
dai>fh««r *# Mr. aBd Mm. Irrlaf H. Laa of Narfalk. S|>a M 
toMW Ma«ry H^h School. Tho bridogreov !• tho MB ol Mr. 
audi Mr.. Warro. D. Carroll of Pua«o. Ho !• a grwlaato of 
Priaeo*. Aaao Hlg I* Scbool aad Old Doniaioa C^«o. Tho 
aoM^o tpaat iboW hoMymoohi ta Wintor Gmt^ob. TWrtda. ^ 



io mm! jcwdry 
insurancB 

Hsoatty )«wdry, at least Intrin- 
aicidly, b nambered lanoi^ist 
one's preetow posseaiUoiis. Yet 
hew oftttdo we nn^t to pro- 
%mX osn^tee from Iom due to 
fire, theft, holdup, and othw 
toaorabla hasarda. 

7o« eM add to th« plapHBt 
fpt fimhat Tii^whle lavabT hy 
Serine youisdf froas the f mi 
of loss with an aU risk Jewdx] 
poliey. 



AmencoFore 



KBiAM-IATON 

Insurance Company 

Sill PACfflC AVENUE 

VDtGINU BEACH 

ttMMl 

JMW-B PRINCESS ANNE RD. 
CITYHALL 

(1) 



Your Faith and You 

Ttje time comes when aU of us get out Into deep wat«^-wty over 
our bewis ta trouble, and the undercurrent «f frustrati« and andety 
is so strwg that we panic. Now. a lifeguard on the beach will tdl you 
that the wwst tUi« you «m do v»*«i the imdolow c^dMs you in 
de^ water U to fwdc. Then you are no toi^fer to coitfrol <rf tt» ^^ 
tlon. Tlie tide has you in its grip. What must be done, tht ^•J«^ 
expats agr«e, is to keep'calm and relax, conserve yoir itmgth uftil 
'fte chance comes to use it to get out ol a bad ^tuatlon. 

Tlie same thing applies to Itfe. When trouble comes, panic and msms 
only save to dBstol our virioo, fc^ our clear ttUnUi^, woA ouae us 
to make mistakes. One of the clues to handling problems is to keep 
catoi. They are no bigger ttian we make them. If we kwk at them 
carefully without pmic, then a reasonable sohition Is on ttie way. 

lh«e b a good way to keep cabn. md tiiat is ttirou^ your faith 
in God. God is greater ttuui my rf our proUenM. He has bidlt in ta 
the rtuff to me^ them, he has givwi us Ok strengtii to withstand even 
flie stondeat di^ If we wiU, we can tap thrt source of «treo^. 




L la Ri Mre^ Ja« Lowoathal, it, 
Mr. im» Uwarthat, Jr. 



Mr. 'ud Mrs . W. J. DuIm, Mr. aad Mra. Roy M. Cartar, asA 
. (Photo by Edwards) 






Wi BRU)Gf THE GAP 




When newcoaaers move to 
town, our ENistess greets 
them, and extends a wel 
come, Witt the personal mes- 
sages of ow friandly, eivlc- 
minded sponsors. 

NiWCOMSS 

ORfETMO 

Mrs. Margarst Lowman 




CAN YOU LISTEN? 



BAYSIDE-Mrs. Davi Rdbirl- 
son wUl p rosant At pnHHiB oa 
"How to Ustw" at the argm^. 
^bg, unit (tf the brtematloaal 
Tbastmistress Chib on Wednes- 
day at 7:45 p.m. Ihe mtating wlU 
be held in the Profes^omd buUd<; 
ing at RtMaiitt Cannee. 

Mrs. m». Austin will presMe. 
Those intertfted in i^oidlng ar* 
asked to tall Mrs. C. J. Cunlbig- 
ham at «Mi7t | 

the chib hK|1>eefl^iK>ti{lad «at 
all ttw m|uir«neirt8 to bMon^ 
affiliated with ToMtmiiArws In- 
ti»tiationd have been met 




L to Rt i|r. awl Mri. Jaeli Pry a»d 1^. aa4 Mrt. Bad Eiihank. 



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CLINIC PRICES 

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•^ SHAMPOO & SET . ..... .$1.50 

• KRMANENTS .$6.50 



DAY & NIGHT OASSEl 

6 DAY FREE TRIAL 

COMPUTE CCHJRSE 

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8Hn>iHMLY SPiAKiNG 



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I II II 



Lest weekend when the temperature 
dropped rether suddenly end thfte was 
|ust e bit €l a nip in the tin we began' 
to rteliaw Hiat the summer SMSon at 
Vk^tnte leach was tlnn^t over. Al- 
though itie month of Septernber Is gen- 
erelty e good time to ehjoy summer 
sports. Labor Day wel^end marks the, 
unofficial end of t^ resort season, 
there will still be conventions going on, 

•thI tHire will still be Jurists staying 
«t ^e mc^t^ and ho^s, but the slow- 
down will be most tvMent. Beginning 
^Mry s^^rtly, #A r^Kt area wilt once 
agMA Merig m the natives. 

As the sdiool children return to their 
studiM Mid #ielr perents to their jobs, 
wt wit) miss the tburists. We have en- 
j^^ iievjm th«m here this sunttiME, 
M ^Mi ^1^ forward to their return 
Ma WMt. It hM been a good season 
f^ all. the weather has been excellent 
for tfie fffost part, after some anxious 
nrnm^ ^n June, the moti^, hoti^ 
Md mtourantf, as w9^\ as other rv^rt 
tettltitta establishments, have wiji^id 
I good ^r. Mc^ tourists have' bien 
Nre^tte summer tfr»n ever bi^oHk 
th^ heve stayed tengv and they hmm 
t$mM% ^memti ^% putting mmm 
rw#iue into tbe d^ coders. ^ , 

^ere has always seeilied t^ be some- 
^ing ^ng on. There hive been pkyi, 
m i/^^^n, •KcetlMt danee bands, high 
citlbef enterteinrnt, the b^t if accom- 
rt»dations and fot^. Is wl^l as the 
usual sunbathing, surfing, fishing, 
switfiming and boating. For ui^ this was 
thi'flrtt summer at Virginia Sea^ In 
many years, ind we have had a grand 
time right along with the tourists and 

^iortwhattly this summw has not 
b«M) ^i#tout Its t«gk side, thtre hav^ 
b^ drownings, fatil traffic ii£ldents, 
boM mN^i and the like. Thtt'i seoms 
to N^ ^^ ^wer df all of thMe than 
h —-i Mm* yiars, but still tH^ have 
^urrwi. In i pla<» where watw sportt 



«re $0 accessible, however, we feel that 
^rginia Bacti can be proud of its safety 
record. 

Looking ah^d to next year, we see 
a bigger and better summer season for 
Virginia Beach. A new recreatiortal and 
surfing area will be provided at Sand- 
bridge. At least three new modem and 
t«^ motels are planned, as well as 
wviral new ristiurants. More sand Is 
being pumped In. Several business es- 
tablishments are planning- renovation, 
although tnany more could stand It. 
New campsites have been ^mised. 

On thi debit side, the med situation 
wH(-tiot be much bottw. th#f% still will 
not be a second span on the Shore 
Drive at Lynnhaven Inlet, but work will 
be underway on tw^ major arteri^, the 
Virginia Beach Toll Roaji and Independ- 
l^ce loulevarfl. AWmia^ fhe Vir- 
gfnia C^ieral AsMmbly wHI gtve the 

Ereen light to the nwv ioute Sixty 
ridge by that time, there trtHI will not 
be enouali campsites provldii^ regard- 
Itil t^ how fast Ktiert is taken, the 
demand wHI sfMt mMd ^« supply, 
l:wt at least efforts are biing mbde to 
rfttify that situation. There stHI will 
r^ be' enough ann fcK Mtflng, unless 
concrete action is tiSin tflls wlrtf er, or 
tmh^ #ie militery installations «t eith- 
^ end of the oce)in front c#n be per- 
iuMled to ^rt with a few teet'lf their 
prteious tM\ estate. Access to Virginia 
BeiK*h from the north will still be diffi- 
cult, b«:ause tfie hazardous roads above 
tfte Chesaf^wake Bay Bridge turmel will 
still not bypass all those srVidi towns 
and will stfli be two and thr^ lane. The 
work is proceeding .too slowly there, 
while funds are being made a'vailahle. 
And unless there is a rn^ajor change 
iti ^ thinking bl rrtatty, «Wi will still 
not be able to en^oy liqijor by the drink 
at Virginia Mech rtiMtt year. But that is 
a possibility we can gehuir^ly hope for. 
\A^ have had a good time t^ls sum- 
mer season at Virginia Beach, and we 
will start right now lookin| fwward to 
a bigger and better season r^xt year. 



OPEDTFORlflS 



I am eaeiUmi. I ma only one of 
m^ not sbS^ tt^mii, Mt aln 

Mmt ler ttw Biw i^ idnol un- 
dir eoaifraetiflo for Vli«Wi Bwch. 
It Is bated on TMt Qdonial Road 

Alaam m tha 
nvne is OcMna tt|k Selisoi. myl 
I hava^ahi^n ImM wider dte ha- 




Our Own MIts HlgH School 



Not only do we congratulate WWiry 
Jo Kellam for winning the title. Miss 
High School of America, but we also 
congratulate the judges at the annual 



contest for recognizing her as a lovely Mary Jo Kellatn* -- 

and talented young lady. The city of 

Virginia Beach can be proud to have 

such a charming girl living In our midst, 

and the entire country can be proud to 

have sudi an excellent representative 

during the coming year of the Miss 

High School of America contest. We 

know she will wear her crown with 

Nsftor and that nothing will change this 

unpretentious girl. 

We first met W^^^ni 
years ago iii Richmond. It was on 4 



Interest in thfe tegiilatl6fi SttrfH^ Mr- 
ly intense. After the debate was over 
and the bill had bte^ dtli>0«bd^^ of to 
her satisfaction, we found out it was 



We Like Tha taaiarn Shore 



As ¥wi writ* this, the spectel WMm 
of the Virginia General A^M«bly will 
op«n 111 twenty-four hours, but by the 
Hm« of publication on Thursday or by 
th» time you read this, the session will 
be either continuing Its dtlib^ationt 
or have adjourned. The si^ton deals 
with tha thorny pnablerh of Congrtt- 
sionat redistricting. At this time, several 
plaM have b^n offered to best meet 
tM a^rtKjrdered one*man-one-vote 
$ysr«m. There are those who do not 
approve at all of th* plans drawn up 
by tha' Privileges and llectl^ris Com* 
nittees of both houats of the Assam- ' 
y, and apparohtly the commlttw&s db 
)t particularly care for otNir ^slani- 
^ -fact, the two committees are having 
some trouble agreeing. 

the plans of both committees, Vlr- 

i Beach remains in the First Con- 

■-^4\ bistrict, where we are>K35t 

• to be. And we are justjii Np- 

lan, ToWf Oown- 

th committee plans, Cbesa- 

d to the First Diitrict. C>i ' 

rt, we have no feelirps mv$ Wiy 

Slim. If that is th« m^m9 

Ki^lM be satlsfifid to have them 



bleak February afternoon. She Was sif- 
ting in the gallery of tfie House of Del- 
egates of the Virginia Generil ^lertt- 
bly. She was there not only to watch 
her father. Delegate William P. Kellam, 
in action on the House floor, but aiso 
because shd was genuinely interested 
in a particular piece of legislation that 
was on the agenda that afternoon. To 
those of us who sat daily on that House 
floor and reported the news to the gen- 
eral public;, this new bill was merely 
another item in the long line of legis- 
lation. But we could watch the reac- 
tions of those in the galfery as <lebate 
became heated and would sway first 
one way then the other. We^vs^atched 



The bill of -interest to her would have 
raised the minimurti driving age in Vir- 
ginia to sixteen. Of course, the bill did 
not pass, but Mary Jo had a few anxious 
moment sas several legislators spoke 
ratfier eloquently on why the age 
should \» raised all over the state. 
When the session wai over that day, we 
were introduced to her by her father. 
We told of watching lier in the gallery. 
7' . la^«*|tM»^^te was fifft^n 
years old M the f\mii, but tHat her i4|i 
driving was hot tfie question. She Was 
Worried had the bill passed how stie 
would ever be able to explain to her 
friends at Virginia BMch that her father 
was a party to legislation that would 
raise the mitiimum driving age, regard- 
less of how he voted. 

That day wa were struck by ihe poise 
and sopKlstlcation that Mary Jo exhib- 
ited. We predicted a great future for 
her. The judges at Asbury Park have 
proved that we were absolutely correct 
that day. Since th^n we have ccwne to 
know her better, and we still predict a 
bright future. ' 

We are most gratified that the judges 
have seen Mary Jo's talent and beauty. 
We could have told them ^ven before 
she* went to New Jersey. We wish her 



die oppotfte lide of Virginia Beach 
Blvd. from AlmAon. WhM has hap- 

pma ^ vir^nit Bi^h jm 

SdusA, m Ataa Mater, aod tiut 
of lMjndre<b before me? 

Oar dty bc^s (he owrwdiip of 
the Utfe 'IMmWs I«>t^ R«OTt 
City," l^ww», 't #ill A» even 
have a Mp idnel boring Its 
name. Ptsta^M thoae re^iuMa 
for the dKrfce of the new MMDe 
will ^ve an «({4anatkm br Ms 
ovCTSi^ I «n really and truly 
jffoid to be abte to teU wople I 
went to Virgfaila Beta I^ 
School, but within a few years, peo- 
ple will fwget ttw wlrtaice of 
siKh a schod. 

Our Class of 1S65 left the achool 
a gift on the asumi^im that it 
would ranain in Virginia Beadi 
High School, not ume other high 
school. We had much discussion 
on Uiis point, realiiing that a new 
hi^ sdKwl was being {danned 
Should we teave the gift in the 
tMdldii^ now known as Vir^nia 

BRRu Ill|pi, or BIIUUIU wC oBIS uku 

it be nMved to tte new schod? We 
decided updn the latter, naturally 
assuming this mw school would be 
caUed Vii^inia Beach High Sdiool. 
Where will our gift go if we have 
^0 Virginia Beach High School? 

Please, a& |»Dud ahoimi, inter- 
Mted citi^ns, and studaits who 
really wmt a VBHS. take your 
stand! If you believe as I A) that 
our city shoukl name the new 
sd»ol Virginia Beach Hi^. do 
som^iing! 

' Ifow can we ever sing our Alrna^ 
Mater and have it mean as mudi 
to us when we have no Abna Ma- 
ts'? How can we ev«- repeat those 
words, "And we'll i^neniber al- 
ways our days at VB Hi^^" 

Jill L. A^jwen 



Odt« MM IHr^" ^Bwat^^^*af — _ -,-^-,— ^ 

tt^ Ma Amarin n^M be i(M)- i 
Abie In Ai«Mt. the Hale pagMuti 
tov^ ba«i femrliM by test 
line. 

tfiit lie wiEie Akm ivWi fgrpt 
didces. Hie Orst wfKi to ioMnm 
am the pm » m as it Md teen 
hrid lit MM ym* prevtaiiriy. Ite 
mouA VMto^MB ft to Jine #i!b 
out VSu AHiaAor, tbA lire ttii!^ 
wsi to ham tt ta A^fiat «Mi Min 
Aroeria to at^KUnoe. need «Mi 
ihem p^ibiUUes, our comntttee 

eOBOMIO Wm, Wm tw^m pHBHnn 
w^ Kflfi Am^ica wasiti^ b#ar 
di^%. Tlw real disadvnite^ Was 
Uut we bad no edtatekam fw ttie 
sbM pS^ttBi. to Ml. b^ mianng 
an f««r #to unaiK>idiMe. We re- 
aUsed Ami tlwre woidd be a Irmg 
time bftuvert the winner's i«ec- 
tlon ttd Imt {jor^^patko ta tiM 
ftete pi^^. IMiItowe rewgnbed 
tUr is aomeUv cl a t^sadwmt. 
tgi, ire were M^irt tU pemided 
thai the driay would preseiA «fljr 
real diffict^btt^^ and moreover P 
would dow the new Miss Vtargnlar 
Beadipfe^ Ot Ume to get ready 
te- the state comiMttUoB. 

To msmr yas ]am. question, 
ttwre ms no "m» Mrgtola Beadi 
19S," as such. Min CamoD is^s- 
Igne^ "Miss Vkftoia Bem^ tm- 

m." 

I h(^ that the ahw^ hie beeq 
d scMme valiiB to rrnnlli^ ou- |«ah 

If anyme bu any good ickes on 
how these pldbfaM CuoM H ^• 
ter overccmw, we would be h^^ 
to hear fnm, them, as we are now 
pfamning the 1966 Pa^aot oud w^ 
^ informed that Miss ^na'ica is 
available kar an eer^y August ap- 
pearance. 

V«y bnly yours, 
Andre Evans ""^ 

Past PttmdstA M^mir^^^wr. 
Vu-gtow Beatj^ Jm^ — 
Chamber oC Coramerct - ;.^ 



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As one of the Virginia Befidi 
Jayc^s who worked on the Mte 
Virginia Beach Pageai^ I would 
like to tiuodt |wi for the con^ 




an attractive yoWift lady that day) es 

first she would smile with satisfaction, Well in her reign as AAiss High School 

then wring her hands In despJalr. Hdi* of America. 



A-aii: 



^ns, 



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iat^n filwre 

Iff ^ ^ ^^^1^ 
mm0W% of this. 



The people of th# Eastern Shorn are 
oiiented to our District. In f«jt, they 
were in tNl "Fighting Rrit*' even before 
Virginia iiNich* For the most part, the 
risldtntt of the ItftpW ^lore and the 
piople of Virginia, feeathha^ lived to- 
other v(^ll end have c^^rated well 
Within the Flr^t. th* thinking of the 
ped|3le is very nearly alike, It seems a 
shame to separate Virginia Beach and 
1<he Eastern Shore at this time, particu- 
larly since, after so many years, thdre 
is a raal link bit^^^^ t^irO tfeas. 
The Ch«iap«il«» lay ItMNN* twrt^ has 
drawn the two ateas even clotir tif eth- 
er, physleally as well as psychokKlical- 
ly. Wa would be absolutely agatrW ihe 
splitting of the First Disttitt, W^ the 
Eastero #iore going to Howard Strtith's 
6tgh#4 District. We feel certain that the 
^dants ^ Acwmac and Northampton 
tountles ajyid get along fine there, but 
it ^uldii^^usly change matters con- 
•l<^aWv1#Miem. 

We do not wish to have the Eastern 
Shore out # the First, and we hope 
tfiil^e Vir|fnla Oeneral Assembly can 
fmA ^m^ k^table way <^ wiping 
us ft^i^er. 

fey the mm you read this. It t«ay be 
aM mm, Mi enw^y ^^t we m>^m 
may h^l iMn done, ^ at 1^ we 
are on mm^o^^m ^ »f^»Wng of 
the First Di$tri^. ^ 



The 



D$T 



. This Weekend, Dayllght^vlng Tirr^t 
ends it Virginia Beach Irtd in mo^t-ol^ 
Virginia. In Northern ^tginla, however, 
DST will remain until thi end of Octo- 



tWein the folks who wanted it and the 
fotics who did not, but we beliefve it 
me^kes for much confusion at change- 
over times. Government installations, 
, of which there are mariy in this area, 

ber, because 6f the orientation of the are greatly affected because Washing- 
area to Washington, D. C. And in the ton stays on DST. Airlines, buses and 
Bristol arda, it make! no difference any- trains have to readjust schedules, and 
how. Thit l^ea r'eaialns on Eastern toufllts driving from Washington South 
Stai^ard Tlrtii ail ytar long^ b«cag$eirf- ^ tertainly be confused. These are 
its proximity to Tirtneseee, whi4h re* at^ a few examples of the problems 
maiiis on E$t- That means there are- pi^iented by the lack of uniformity. 



thr^ time tilts in Virginia, ^^Ith we 
flhd lomewl^t ridiculous. 

Of coutie, thinc^ are better than they 
used to b*, Wh^n some cities in Vir- 
ginia v^ere oil DSt and others were not. 
At that time. It was notlilri^ td dtiVe e 
hundred miles end drlvi Ih and out df 



^ the last session of Congress, I bill 
waa introduced that would create a Uni- 
form pattern of DST, six months of 
eytfry year, beginning the end of Aoril 
and ending the end of October. The 
fcriil 4ievet made it to the floor. In this 
s^ion of Congress a similar bill has 



PST in cities arid nearby courities fWo bei^ introduced, butnoacffTon has been 
three times. That situation h4s at taken so far, arid the adjournment of 



or 



least been rectified by the VirginilGem' Congress Is r>ot too far away, 
eral Assembly. . j - We hope it will be passed and Ihat 

We can fully underltettd Why tN C^\^lll become the riile for six trtdnths. 

Bristol area remains on EST, anct'^ W§ like It. But, if the bill does not oass/ 

approve. We can fully understand why we hope that there will be a onWorm 



return to Standard Time, and no more 

*^ thU d-a:^ <iui1t paltmn of time zones. 

We also know that not everybody 



Northern Virginia stays on DSJ for the 
full six nionths (as ^iNhgtoA laA# 
points north do), but wr cannot fully 

accept >A^hy the rest of Virginia has to |j)(es DST, but it rttust be rfernembered 
be out of step. ^at this Js a democracy and the ma jor- 

We also understand that the limited Ity rules. We like DST, and we hope we 
peridd of DST was a ccmpfonllse b#- ate in ^# majority. 



of dM«tts, tiiat Kathy Catwa, tile 
New Min Virpnia Beach, is iii- 
deed atta'actiiw and talented, and 
we will be kioking forward to her 
rcpresentatim of our City fai the 
Bfliss Vir^nia Ckmteat in Roaaote 
next sununer. 

Noting also that you have again 
raised the questim of tiie timing 
of the Pageapt. md b^«ring Quit 
there may N O^mIs wild ai« won- 
dering i^t tub, I #dldS like to 
gKre yii aur thiullb oh thi mat< 

t#. m tsmmt wai aied dt»-- 

ing (Hir ^ ^i^cee f^, l»i Qase 
oi us Miivt wcHI dOfcers iben bre 
res-xN»il4e for it. 

llie ffrii Mlsl V^Ma BeHch 
Pageant in recent years was in 
April qf 1963, and the next Pageant 
was in April, 1964. As you know, 
there was no pageant in April, 
1965, it beii^ pos^ned until Aug- 
ust of this year. Hie reasrais for 
the change w«% manv, and we 
believe cwnpdling. PuWidty was 
a very r^ problem the first two 
jrears. In 1963. die pageant was at 
(he time d the ^uilea Festival* 
and during )idh years we iriuhre 
MQss America's appearances «itfi 
o&m i^eants in the Udevi^tiM- 
area. Needless to say. uiMer thi^ 
cireumstances the Virginia Beexk 
Pa^ant was not r^arded as pe^ 
tlcularly newsworthy by the var- 
ious news media. Another {M-ob- 
]mi, and a soious one for Uie real 
success of Uie Pageant, was the 
lack of sa^poTi wMkA we recurved 
ui prMiKHing the- Pageant dining 
Uie wim«- ami l»vuig it durii^ 
Uie eatly ^ring. We concluded that 
it was not r^ialic to expect busi- 
ness people to stq^rart our P^Murt 
during the off seas(Mi, and, of 
course, ^ did not have the tour- 
isty hot! in April to boost attend- 
ance and tick^ nles. Witt meager 
financial backing and sparse at 
Widance, had it not been tar an 
loisolicited d(mation, the 1964 I^- 
eant would have operated .it a 
k)ss. 

Ckmsidering these difficultws. ^w 
ccmclixted that the (rf)vims solution 
was m have Ami l^^|sant dittif^ 
the sununer. (^ fb^t effwt was 
to )ei\« it ta esrly Jttt». imm^ 
tJK rnnt seasm, birt ^vk^ the 

toprep^ ^ ttie Sate Kage^nt. 
UpW iwpnry as to t?» a -ailability 
of Urns America in Jwie, we w«*re 
uifwnMd that ho- aj^iearaiKe here 
to Jtine or July was iirpwitfde be- 
cause she was appearing at vari- 
ous state j^igeKits b^ing h^ to 
selet^ the conteatants fw the Miss 
Aiaeiida ^mmikmsAfW^tmt 



To the Editor: ^ #;i. „ 

As three vtHemtbtA ^ devded 
students of ^tfUa Ifeach !fi|^ 
School, we tn iet^ concerned 
with the futiff« tf eiff iK:hool. Sna 
its erection t)ilrto«i y^n a^ tfie 
studsits have mokkd a hi|^ re- 
speeOsd rqwtatkn and a dec^ feil=«^ 
pride which are in^so^ate to 
tramter when both tfaenuseand 
the building are chan^. R f'ill 
take quite s«ne time kr sii^ar |i 
llWflMI ins^iet^ the lAtt ^ 
S^^KWy which is gen#i|. 
ted by M' sttxtents tfaemsdves. 
Iliere has alrrady be«i one Oceana 
Hi^ School which mo^ With 
Princess Anne High School only 
to be {xt^iosed for recraistfuctioQ 
ten y«u^ later. Will we too be dis- 
solved onty to be revived a decade 
later after aid nicowries and apirit- 
are biy^? 

On immf tf, ]M, 1^ School 
Board pm^ a mdm that aU 
new j woiiary sehoois «iaiid cease 
to HI ama ht iwfivyiials, but 
rathet feir Ifceir geop«Hlicalkx»' 
tiong. If tMil»8» we <Mttitdy feeT^ 
Oceana Hlgli Sohatfl k ttbt ttie prop- 
er naM ftt* tbs^M^ 1^ school to 
be located m First CokMiial Road. 
Not being located in Oceana, we 
feel the name dwuW be more fit- 1. 
ting to its location. HiKv v/&e 
severe other proposed names 
which nevo- seemoi to reach the 
oon<Hrt<»ration stage. Tlicse elfaer 
w^fi^Oata audi as First Cdooial 
jnxgn Scnooi and Alloiton t^ 
Sd Mo l are much mtm sqdusticat- ^ 
eo iiiRUCea. 

Being f(»e«d to sacrifice the 
i|rirtt tad mattes which an at- 
tached wtth the name or Virginia 
Bteeh tt^ SchM, we beUeve it is 
only fair \» etli^iroRiise m a mon 
dsMirtt^ ttd a|>pci^ate name 
fbr our aemr hi^ scbw^. 



;ie Bea^rs 
Laura Refaihardt 
Jill SvertsMi 

i« I I Ill II Hi I I II 

Dear Sir, 

Did you knew that the "Drop- 
Out" b^g[ins Us «■ ho* tr(^ as ear- 
ly as the firat UvM grades U the 
adioek of mc aatim? 

Do ytMi realise how senaUva are 
ttte fieeUnp d oat b^^mg stu- 
dents? A few dbcoura^ expe- 
ritoces and th^ sensitfve Mtie 
tmvma syitma ate timiirn into 
a state d dwck. A fear euqdex 
b^u to tiffottle down Uieir will 
to pfflticip^. 

htk d participation is a d^Dy 
barrier to e^at^mal pt^pcst. AU 
t»rei^ and everyone ccncerned 
wiOi ajdA'a^itasmaaai ^rog- 
va^SMAtft^ tfieiBadv^ as 
tdwstkhtf 9l^^ taring lliese 
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^ioM we fBtf ioioa^ of ftese 
ytm^Has, wlA aofnuJ w tear 
nwmal intdli^nce, l^ng M ttits 
^(^jafe, iBine^ttale Mfps ^nM 
be lOEen to ri^aNlitate, by wi^ 
d nnbdtf Mtlfltt^ Let's taw 
thoB dl. 

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toawcdvv of som^htag jfiki Hiflt 
flrrt be aware ol it llie aloai bn- 
pmtttit fww^'ht ^ <^ itetewide 
can^ b Caltterv^n. 

tea rder to Wp y «Hh ba aao re 
iMM oTCeiiiervatiai, OMriM L. 
Sara, praaidait of the Pedbral 
Caitrld|a GUpuiaUoD in Minntay- 
(dia. Ittneiota. ga^ |acfa ooapa- 
a ptrtttl Mholanh^ 

Wlwt is GQOStfvatkB? WeU. jm 
nuqr MMwer #fth mne d ttw 
Mne answers Aat tlia 1» ^-ITers 
dUI: Mid soDw of you will pn^ 
aUy be right But that really lant 
the naat taptftaM queation an- 
wred for m, 

% takkig a aeiBi of 
tw^ t^ praieedaeal 
firam VkgiBia Polytechnic fi)^ 
bite, the U. S. SoU Oonaarvaton 
Service and other prefeaakaid ia- 
atttutea, we kannif tet On a a e r - 
vaUon ian't juat a nouo thai is 
nevor practiced biA aooi^Hii^ that 
nally exkts. Did yon kaow that 
Vii^ila has a vary fine Cooaerva- 
tioB pragrffin? SooMthta^ rea% la 
being done to conaerva VIrgilia'* 
artarai r«mrcea. 



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WhiMrii aiMi flinersKip appea^ 
hg hliwa mimiiL the bestofe^ 
aD Kare(s) ac^i^ ttiroi^ idl 
ei^ eirente. the apMI of te lil- 
MT aniaars fini 9» nmneHI) 
secood. 

• year oU beys - Cal Ph^ 
(llalftHi), Dea Gaot)^ (Luxfoid). 

• yav eld g^l»-S«bera Ge^ 
hull ^3tttitaood)« s«% 
(LynMhavaa) tfd NKicy Dea i (W 
T. Obtta). 

• yw aid b o y a M ffl y Hughes 
(lattbu). Sbwe Jaaatta (Ihprough' 
good). 

9 year old gbte-Debhie fUtreQ 
(Lymtfiaveti), Karen fflOdaa ^tha- 

ya>. 

10 yatt* oM bi^s-Joey ftmq) 
(I^rmriiava). Miha Vadtet (Aia- 
gna).' 

10 year dd gn-b-Adricne fiar- 
tii0m cnnroo^^tieAh Link 
Vanter Voort (Coat). 

11 yaar old boys-Man DeDul^ 
(naa) and Den fBKoA (Arrow- 
hMd), tie. 

11 ^ar dd girla—Bcvltty OotSc- 
mn (C^), Jaoin &annan (W. T. 
Ctelce). 

iSyilr 0^ b^^»-Adrian Ribb 
(t^omi^bgood) and Dan .Mnei 
(KeaqpsviUe Mewiaws). tie. 

1M year M prls-Daiiae TUl^ 
raw (MaUai}. daiy t»aachal (Ar- 




TEE-BiaL RESULTS 

VBKHNIA ^AC3I - The City- 
Wide Tee-BdH Tourmanant waa 
heti 



Hattu tnaygraond had Ae whi- 
tuBg team. The moQlxri ui ^ 
team are as fdto««: 

] Bi9«Mnd Bjotfanui. catcher; 
Jo|»^Sndtsr. 3rd haae; Fete Joa- 
sd^ rinrt sii«>; Bflly Hi#es. lat 
baae: Greg GMteoD, pitcher; tiob- 
ert Ed Hughes, tid baaa: Cal 
Phfl^, right Qeld; Tom Holoooib. 
center &ld; John Kappers. left 
Qeld: Paul An^ Doug Gamer. 
JUibert Rflbeiis. BiOy SMiley. and 
IfikeAi^ 

The team from Ki^8& jia^ 
jgtwmd mm to aaoond jdace. 



fievcn t4aygroundl sent 
w^ over lao younertm particd- 
Mtitt. 



13 year old b(^a-4oha Sanlhn- 
aei (Shelton Park). Alan Hbas 
(IVantwood). 

U year old giris-Donna Caatte 

mijiiiiii] ¥Kij niamii r^ 

U year old bofi — Deniiy flp 
(One). Janris lieody (Tradtwodd). 

14 y4Mr old gtria-mna LOdt- 
man (l^nehaven), Unda WiUitt 
(IMIb). and Sot Shwil (TtM^ 
ougNnod). tia. 

»Sb^Siii wya OHw Harriag- 
ioi (ItdhNtghgdM), nap WiMntf 
(Thalia). 

15 year, oU girls — IrtUe Grdtf}- 
hlotbn (Lymbaven), DdMe SkUM 
(Tharongbfood). 

U plag^^iounds pvtidpated witii 
flvar l0b youngiilen entotig the 
con^Nitttioa. 

The cpvanrD score te[ phqpgrouhds 
appeata hSa0: ial-%onMghiood, 
35^ pttets: ted-tytmhaven. Sli 
poinU: Srd-Arrowheafd. SI pottte; 
tiefbr 4tb-W. T. CoOke and Ttali- 
wood. »k points. 



Ashlar car«<tf aboai and mofcor is the bfcst aistirtek* paBey you 

cA hw. THe prwrioiB is i iMmMn Aackop to aw<* ■ *?*^ 
niniM i^ the rmdader d tb^ ieaioB. ti«« are a Mr tl^ Ml wffl 

m. " " ~^ ^-^__-_— - 

ijptk ph«i are a vitd iMirt rf fte |d fNHm. tmjf lf« only to 
^nek and. tf folded, Utecpnahre to repb«a. Sane e^>#la i >ced hone 
maehattcs can recdgdlze ttie aoond <tf a bad phig. bol tf you're tte 
the tobat of us. yoid- kxd marine deHer ^ chick pki|s qul^. 

Boats moored in either salt or fr«Nh iNHlr far my Hagh « time 
wii pi^c # nUrfte frowths and soan. Boat oamera who oiiivlain 
of a m J Aaeaasp stag^hneea hi ttsir <g lo^ Ifad Ait te ttum is 
thacolprH. Poll tlM boat out of till fNfir M data It hnmediately. 
If the mttteeUfe is dhiwed lo dry iMl hirdn. fmx dan Mi be 

A h«i ir nickid prapllBr tan al9D ba hannhd to tba geaerd opera- 
tioo and speed (^ your outboariL Ittinova ihe prop and eha^ M* ittiks. 
dMtohaflurathatyoor prop has Oer^ pte^ |wi shodd have it 
chackad ^ your atorftia. Doal ihro« tba datniged oac ««ay: k»^ it 
for a ipata as t OBB be mlgMy haody hi an emcrgencjr. 

Onck yav baMvy for any cMtis or eoiMan anl be Mire the 
cabhi arehi good r«|M*. It you hiMlMao dstd| an tfechrlc «^ttog 
am^ wkheat a fmMv. ihe batt^ has mnl ttaa Itt^ras ftm. 
MM yaar halttry feehiii|ad or MplKed. ^^ 

lb aait to iMp your IttMar weQ hiiricatod. When in douM ftlBr to 
yaia- flttflMi Aai eaite wMl the tttotor. Chetit th* exterkir of yournw- 
tor to «MM aid lenilehis. tf yiita ftM some, put adibe p^ 0^ thaas 

shtallher«flli8tn«t ^ ^ ^ 

Acoe«irlto iad «qui|W«t art the ftetf check patat. Look »Br|ayed 

MaiHng «ii^ ttMM iMig Abd dgM rf 8M)afci oA m %amm. 
Mdi aittw iMI aB Mi prMNert aiid Itt^ are to giod coodftiei. 

Tfw« Hh chaacai that you won't ffiid m^^Mtk hot d^ mld- 
iMUa chftk^) wm help toiiire troufaia ^^At ftt^ the r«|ii^^ 



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SOFtlAU MSDLTS 

VmGaillA BlAdH ~ The air 

mh Waeti Sollhaa TOHmartHnt 
WW haki Aagttt S- Titt toaiB fmn 
Tfaorou^good Playgroood mk to 
first ptooe. Tha meeohers ol HM 
n asfottofws: 



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tjify Mtatfuetta. XMMa 

Blei BMdb. Jbfaa I*A OM la- 
Oahi^ BBMda Beale. Patti Nelrrii, 
1%rry IMH^ Larry Mgii. Oiaab 
WhUa. 

The taaiii fMH (M Playground 
came hi MtMd tiaee 

« phQrgraaads latoMd wtth hver 
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f^H^f^pjnnii^ipfc hi the iiaiawall - - 
wMm iHpbs apeeaartd ^ die 
Dl^jiptmert of rtirti a^Wcraa- 
tlon, (Sty df Vlr^h^ ftFach, have 
ai» baea dei^rad. SMtack lad to 

^jjna^ al diaiM "*^^ ^dt 
ibae. The lOte^ c<^^ by 
^080 Osasn^Md m aaiMant 
ifa te^; Ifiir ft. Lbt. eoaK^ 
ed b^ iNoi VaHon. &.; and die 
Aa's UnltaMBd tUftbill kiagito. 
ii«aiyiBly tte Mo^pn. were aB 

vktortai. Bi^ride^ cotf^ by 
N»^S) Gr^pD^ alite rifwrted aa 
t - mm f tewM to toe Jr. H^ hiefiw. 

^^Mh8% drfV Na^ iyn» 

im^i omm m Mn..D»ony 
mm aad Ifii iMerie BoBqr 
took die (JwifwaaWp NawH^ 
cMdibdb^dM; 1^ waavle- 
torlous hi die ngh Girls league. 
[Ifias P^ fb^ae^ Qthi Bfeck 
toan are chito^phMrii to dse Won^ 
tt'a Lai^iifc. 

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Oify ■ liw raoK days to Ok Md 
gr ttto fummer foUvMM at OetM 
Ww $MmmetA Park, S«ii** 
te^iant P»k al Vk|faito 
Kh and Saiview MmIl ite 
vifl U on aoolkar «ai8« 
fm^ llf — d^ the mn| 
tf ftm pravMed by tbeae 
amuamiMt |wte *■ 
iri^t, Ldxr I^y. 
lie cirtain wUl not descmi d- 
M(|, however. Ite Labor, ^rfi- 
MAa vffl be roarind i^ flrevorica 
Itadi^ ni^ at both Octtn View 
«d Sea^de parks. Hiiae two 
MMaemffll p«b !«▼« Mraaged 
tat te year's Uaert pyrotechnie 
q,0clade — Ug, boonyng speda] 
hoM^ d^ilays-b^tauiii^ at 10 
o'dock at Mdi |»rk 

d tibe msjar circus attrac- 

tieni d the a^Mon is ending the 
wedc A Ocean View. It is James 
pginnna 006 of the few roiuiii^ 
hj|h Jive acts. He leaf» from a 
l0»4Bot high perch inio a small 
tnk (d wat«-, iU sivtace covered 
by flames, twice » datg. 4 2:30 
^ 10 o'clock. 

, A favorite with the younger visi- 
tmt, Texas Tommy's Oiddes is 
^ dostaig act on ttie mitdoor stage 
at Saaaide Park. TlieBe beautifully 
fnd^pd dogs go tbroi]^ a conopU- 
"^Bt rMtt» of tricks oo die«rae 
t^*ig^ i-M and 10 each d^r. 
there is no admis^Mi to eithe- at- 

fe^cdon. 

Hw Noilolk - Virghiia Beach 
MaoMBMirt iwrks have eojoyed one 

flf tfw beat saaoBt in numy years, 
to the parks' manage- 



Later Day, MoiKkiy ni^. A sfe- 
da! "FMe«dl to the Canaries ' 
wUl mark the clo^ 



At ^ai^ew 9eMh free dandng 
Mi InMBlad thk year, am< a 
iff bM^cAe 0. cMMtructed m^ 
Eebemk for ttie use of all patrons. 
fUm pt^dBg for btws and auto- 
miUil atm has bem provided, 
wl al fta btech's attraction.^, in- 
^idii^ Um firee Mpo-vised wading 
pool fw tile ywmffbBra, wttl con 
tioue in ftdl <fperiti<M ttu-ou^ La- 
bor Day. 

niereafter crews will go to work 
#Bnai^Ui^ the v«n<Kis rides at 
all the parlm and storing them 
agidnat next year's openinf 

Alt lA one park. Ocean View. 
some Ktivitjr will not close d<wn 
on Labor Day. The fiAing pia-, 
now operating on a 244K)ur-a-day 
bask, will ronain (^n to cater to 
iocai ai^lers as kmg as the fish 
cmitiinie Iritii^ and there ere fish- 
&mim to take thmi out of the 
water. 

AdmlssioQ to both Ocean View 
and Seaade Park is free. 




Horner's Book Fantastic 



A REVIEW 

saspvmECKs, son divers ud 

SUNKEN GOLD. 



Paik Mtendnce gneraOy has 
haai ^ over yie laat sevval years. 
nAOcMii View Park's rides have 
t oear-reoocd iui^b«' oi 
1%& is eqpeciaDy b\ie 
4 in oM favorKe "BoOer Ooastr 
*• mom "SR^am" and &tc 
at^aetiae. the "Itabant" 
pstroni^ abo has 
hiw «t a U^ for sev«^ ye^rs. 
A SM sttcactiaB stStivde park. 

^ lA RM^^nd-roO entataincrs never 
Mknki te UaMed States, were 
lBft«4uBtd this year. I!!* Canaries 
w«R» mgngsd lor ti» entip season 

«M <tf the yctf'i msi^fi^ Witt 
•IBks fiMriM. ftmililr P«k ^o 
litsiwil lbs euaton d MiMgs 
^dJlaee nigEfts. whed teensA and 
fteir fui^tt have bees the spedal 
ipests. Md only salt driidEt have 
issa s(dd ^ the iMbooni ooness- 

Tm man mcfa teeasge o^ 
pe SB Ibt ^cMde-TlH^hQr and 



I il SsHhim SUte Park woe 
last Ttea^ at top 
iBvnwraeBis to be c»- 
bf mum, aceordlBg to 
Iks D a y w to i wt of OoiwrvaliaB 
ani BeonBDrie Deweloiaiiai. 

OiV. AInrtiB & BsRisaB Jr. im- 
IfwiiN^ witaswt ftgB hr pre- 
flf Ihs pniNk 



HAYES NAMED 

VIBGINU BEACH-Charles L. 
Hays, ^. has beoi usned mana- 
ger of Seaboard Citizens Nati<mal 
Ba^'s Little Creek OBice at the 
intersection of Uttle Craek Road 
«id MMitary Hi^wi^. Annotmce- 
meOL of tile i»x)inotioo was macte 
today by J. Hbge lyier, m. bank 
{MV^deot Hays wiD replace John 
G. ZSaaxmoM m maai^er. Zim- 
merman has been promoted to a 
po^tkm in the reomdy-expand^ 
Martgi^ Lou Departmei^ itf Sea- 
biwrd tadE's ro^ officstr— 

Hign Jofaied Serixtard Bail's 
Executive Itafa^ Program in 
June, IMO. Belore holcN( ^ 
present potion, he seved m as- 
sktant maoi^n d the bank's 
Yoik Street Office and as mana- 
ger <rf tte Omsumer Credit De- 
pntmeot He was deded an as- 
dirtttit cbduer In 19ffi. vid w^e 
named m assistant vke president 

A native ef Si^ftur Sprbip, 
Texas, Siys gradidMd hi KS7 
Ifrtn the CoQege of the Hoiy Cross. 
Woivestn-, Miosachusetts with a 
B.& d^«e m Pidttca) Sdaice. 
He Is presently taUng graduate 
itaSim at the IMvtrntf of Vir-, 
ginia's School of Consimer Bank- 
ing. Oiarkittesville. Va. 

mm UB7 to IM). Hays served 
_j liculeBaat <j.g.) In the U. S. 
Hmfwai cootiaues as a reserve 
flffieer. 

Hays b a menober of the Nor- 
UA. Chapter, Natwnid Fbtm^tiaa 



^e *e Maith sf DiBpai^ and in UIS 
" r Treasurer. He is al» 
ef the SM^ of Co- 
and if Maeeas ^me 
€lBalrf Oob. 
Vm h marriad Is tihs fonner 
Meore ef Morfidk. 
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EXIBS 



Iflostnited by Jack Weodsea 

____ Photogra|d» fran 

fte author's rdlectiea. 

PnMUied by Dodd. Mead 

mi Cea^uy. New York 

(tore in a while an author writra 
a book which is hard to put (town 
once the reader begins it This 
is die case with the bode. ''Ship- 
wrecks, ain Div«^ and Sunken 
Gold," by Dave Honmr^^nh^ 
ginia Beach. 

ing in this fine piece of work. 
The autfior naturally starts at the 
beginning, telling of pirate and 
scalawags and tteir adventures 
and plunderii^ akn^ the coasts of 
Maryland, Vu-gynia and the Caro- 
linas. i ; ,^' 'a j 

llje reader can tdi! mrich re- 
search went into writing this book, 
abng with personal ^wly of ship- 
y/recks by the an*hor. Not only 
does Mr. Honier Bst tte exact 
position <^ the sunken hutk^, but 
tioou^ many iKwrs of study, he 
teBs the cargo the dup carried, 
the number in the ck\k and the 
captain's name in most ca-ses. 

If you're ffli adv«it«:^r at heart, 
do by aD means read this book. 
"Hie aothjM- covers m>t onV tfte 
plratM and flie ^risn tre:isure 
ships that sink, but goes into 
graft de^ oa hisluicid wreckv 
(0 «ir coast that occured during 
the Revolutiaiary and Civil Wars. 
Adtk» is rise ^en oj ^ divers 
jrfiysical fitness, the IMest word 
in equipment and cuit#ft safety 
measures one mo^ take in exp^or^ 
ing the fasjpating *M-ld fliot Mes 
baieatfi the surfacp rti our At- 
lahtic Ocean. 

VWiat amazed us the most was 
the detailed diao-iption of t.ie 
wrecks Uiat lie within easy read: 
yet have not been fuBy exolor-!d 
by those wift the visim of gold 
datd>k)oos and fabuknis riches. 

Not oaly are there great for- 
iuies waiting for discovwy by 
advoitiffeous people, but the his- 
torkal artifacts that can be fwind 
on «■ near axne of the wrecks 
are worth a ohall fortune to the 

finocr. 
In the bo**, die autlwr. thrwigii 

vivid use oi words, tells of the 
, adventures awatt« those who 
1 wait a. Cartanly it wjuld -be 
'had bx tte advoture minded 
^to put aaaif. We enjoyed it from 
I eater toro?w. to say tlie learf. 
t Indadad B^b, bodk ^e 30 

pb^lognphs that iknost teD tte 

sjrv 
We fldy hope tfa^ the next 



lime Mr. Homer §cm «i anoth»T 
expediticNi to the depths ot the 
Atlantic or the surrounding rivers, 
Stays ano nnets, xim iie wms va 
with him. We like adventiu«, too. 
Jad( Meore 



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vmimiA UAca^'r^ Ttde- 

Automo^ AMo^rtloB hm 
1)i|te tt Mooal drtvi lo alart 
MMrtab to bo paiikd«tfy (wrt> 
M to seho^ arMi Md Mrauril 
a^se) bMSs. The asw. ootaiM 

KAooL^ opEa imrvE cam- 

WW*"^ posters art «ipiqwd 

Uttfp^lHJw iW ciMuaaii^. i 
.iK^ S^o^'s (^ propam k 
^Vt of a aaUood af^ 1^ tte 
Americra Airtomobile AsHidaOoB 
and iU afflUalsd ehibs to ett^ 
trtmc msdifgtt brnMi^ sckocA 
i«a ywmgUn. 

WK»k W. Ooa,' Dbadar tm^btk 
dilvcL'i ttat nnaqf kfeid^tfinma 
irkbar? sdMdl dtOdm are on 
tbib own to bdAc for the Ont 
lhna-«h^y of iHwin have nol 
ted am prvfkm knBk: safafy 
educatln. Not all school pedes- 
trians 'liava^Kxeai to jiimSMi 
that are protected by traffic ^da 
—signs, signals, police, patrols, 
will have to w^ hi or al«% a 
crossing guards, pedestrian cross- 
#idks. In additkM. many of them 
roadway— particularly in rural and 
new suburiian areas whidi, quite 
ottm. have no skJevi^dks. 1b^« 
younptors must be taugU to 
WAUC cm LEFT FACING TRAF- 

nc 

AAA urges pu^^ to {repare 
their difldren to be safe pedes- 
trians by nudthy etetaia ttey 
kmnw and use a vie route 
to ffiid from adwol. ''Warn your 
chfldrra to be eitra en^ul wh»i 
crosshig unprotected comsrs. "ad> 
visas AAA. "Point oirt that fi 
g^eea U^t Am nd, gu«-airtee 
a safe (Tossinjg. A pedestrian must 
still look an ways to be safe." 

"Howeve-," Mr. Ost cautkMod 
motorists, "^w as dHv»s biert 
a major resp(Misa}llity hi the «!•' 
ty of aB our school diildren." 



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Girls Enjoy 
Trip To Fair 

t/By MAE •mVO 

'rjN Ce r teBpeo d e at 

^^mCKWOOD-Martha and Nan- 
cy Chevalier, teen-a^e daughters 
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oievalter. 
Jr. of Birdwood Gardais, we* 
guests of their paternal grandpar- 
ents. Dr. ami Mrs. Paul Chevalier 
a-, of Richmond, on a trip to the 
World's Fair in New Yorij City. 

The sisters not only enjoyed the 
Fair but also the tours to Radio 
City, Rockefeller Plaza, aad the 
United Nations. One of the hi^ 
lights was dinner at the Dd^ates 
Dining Ro«n fav the United Na- 
tions Building. Ifemis mere fas- 
cinating and featured such gour- 
met food as Le Saucisson A L'Ail 
En BrWie. Saiwe Aux Truffes. 
roast prime ril» of beef- au Jus 
with Voricshire pudding, diile con 
came. Mnicaine with btmed rfce, 
aid ^tessots of edair Ouurtflly. 
dunestie »id imported dieese^ as- 
scfr^ French {»str^, aid IrUi 
(Mee (Irish Mist, black coffee 
wiUi whipfied (Team.) 

Tlie Chevaliers were also wd- 
c<^n^ aboard the Cin^ l^m, 
American's Favorite .^M^ lU^, 
and they sailed around die island 
of Manhattan heading south on the 
Hudson river which separa^ 
Manhattan (ram the state of New 
Jersey. The boat anurowJied the 
Statue of Liberty in the uj^Jer 
New York harbor, passing BnM^- 
lyn and Queens, lliey cimtinued 
on the trip along Hartem river 
through the Harlem canal, and re- 
turiMd to the histtNric Hudscm, safl- 
ing south m the final lap of the 
oniise 35 miles around the Island. 

Then came the Fair, Tirith ttie -j-^ ^,, 
Ford Exhibit a must suics "Dad- <ix^amfi)ir 

dy" is wifli the Ford Motor Credit tiffaaanr pto^ti^ torn 

Company. The girls saw the P^- 1 to make ft a jtaet One Is Icwitsd 
Cola; the United States Pavilkm. I [f.^.'^S^t^^SS^^fSdS 
the Swedish, Swiss, Belgium, a™^ £l*SSa* andSlffirto 
Vatican. All in all a vecy nice : |b« ^ofjat Vnioo. 
vacation. 



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Bad read Me Md Wedaewi^ 
^ tts FM Bl|#iA church ^ 
te Rev. E HmM V^n. H. D. 
mm fmtni i^partVNi^ of 
Laridn r^ ware tai'Aafie. Burial 
K^ be In Artai^Hi Nathwial 

Fridiy at u a.ro. with 

'^ atttay tenon. 

V» was the teuband of Mrs. 
Da^ Mu^ aotteesIA and a 
SM ef Cdvll Hd Mrs. Ada Rhodes 
HMaaitsta. Berides Us widow, be 
is SHPvived l| a sob. David Hot- 
tan^ Jr. ol ArUngon, and 
bifttsri aad ^Mrs. 

He -mm tte pommaniBng d^c& 
of*Ft mofy finon'ttl to IBM. 

CLfim ibuTBERlNaTON 

VlRGINnr BEACH— A fuhorid 
service, Cft O^ WMtta*ingt(H! 
of SMS/Sakea Road was held 
Wednesday to the EweH & Wil- 
liamson uoeM Home, ^ri^ wm 
bi RMewood MeixM-ial Park. 

A son of tte late George find 
Mrs. Maide F%BtrNS- Weatherii^- 
ton, he is nrvlved by his widow, 
BSrs. Mary E. Sandte- Weathermg- 
tm. and a si^o* aid brt^her. 

He was retfafed ^baen Norfolk 
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oaken kve tht Um b«Qgyle it 
«ffffM than attrikrUve decorator 
(aMcs tiwt an nlattva^ ImK' 
pcDsive. Md mM^cbnn ie« 
die mUmmA bAarter design traat- 
BW^ « wtm BMitnta for th^ 

TN ad?«it of ^ and ctAcr in 
idieeta made ow of ttMBk as dec- 
orative fabrics bievit^. Wkh 
every new AaM eoOection rtmple 
jMt^ odiM tn beeiming as old 
"& as ifflTwl^. The far^ now 
Is towaufti M#it hard ctdm on 
wUle, cairi[»nali(m8 erf two w 
more odors oa white, and e^^i 
d^act dUvo: p1^. 

• Striped pattMTM have beeane 
the nxMrt pewnltfly poixiltt- 
anrang the new ^ets. t^me in- 
clude auch oekn as hladt, red, 
green, ttea--i41 ia.da^ coIm^i^ 
dwles— and comUnatkxu of two or 
iiMHv. Hie ^ripM load fhc«nidv«i 
^ectivdy to wall covMt^ as 
as wawjtow rtfimrateB. 



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Usii« siie^ at Urn windoir !s 
somewhat sim|difiad wheo the 
sdieme Include a shade d the 
sheet fabric. Window shade manu- 
facturers are now uiiag, rf>eet 
fabrics, sod if a homemaSmr can't 
And exac^ wfai^ ^ waits r^uiy- 
made, it's a dmpte matto- to 
td^e her sheei faMc to a local 
manufacturer and have it lami- 
nated to sturdy cotton wuidow 
'shwie material. 



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,^0b« of the most poptJar window 
treatments using ^ets inc^idn 
a window sh»ie, tie-back draperies 
made fnnn sheets, and a valanc^ 
covered in the dieet fabric. Fy 
a really easy-to-make valanM 
treatm«)t, cut the SKuns free on 
one pattotied and one coraploi^i- 
tary solk] cokn* piUowcase. Une« 
the print vVh the solid, attach 
rings to be wall on mA side 
d the window and at the ^, 
and drape ttie lakxk tbroi^ than, 
arranging the swi^ so Aat th^ 
ihow M^ prist and sidki. ' 

Window tr«itmaite a homem^- 
er uses with her printed Aec^ 
are United only by her ima^- 
tk». Sace manufacturert produce 
sheets in ccnnplementary pattern 
and solids, the color coordination 
prdjlem has be«i' solved far h®". 

Most of the atrl^ and dotted 
sheets have solk) ootor borders, 
and these can be anptoy^ to 
M^teve a prdessional to^.' Dec- 
orattve trims on valaacas and as 
tie4>ads ^ ride dranas eaa b# 
ompkte a winAw treatmoii 

Floral printed sheets and pillow- 
casies offff the opportuni^ ft»- 
truly feminine window treatments 
and are especially suitdl>le for the 
kitchen or teen girl's roan, tben 
thatnM can be carried over ti- 
fectively as pillows and cushion 
covers, furniture ^p ewers, trf>te 
sidrta, and in other ways. One 
shert mamifacturer suggests a 
fhreplace cover, an Wea imported 
from France, and even produ<*es 
a'fleur-cte-lia printed sh^t for ti» 

Of course, it wouldn't <k) to 
forget ttie bed since that's what 
the sheets were designed i<s 
origuially. Truly coordinated bed- 
ttxMn treatments can be wiiieved 
by using the new {Minted sheets 
at windows and on the bed. 

Decot-ating with ^e^ is both 
economical and practical. A stand- 
ard size double ^leet aflo'd^ ^ 
yards of 3&-inch fabric. And since 
the newest sheets and piUowcases 
-^e on» that lend thenu^i^ 
beirt to decorating— are i^ 100 
p«r cent ctAtaa, caring fnr than 
is a breeze. 



(Sevo^aaiib ki a aeries m Qa^tmi^m to he juMMI eai^ i^riD 
Dialsg the past yew we have read d iinipiMratito arts oi ^rtekmm 
aid larrar ia Viet f^m Ihat seemed bn^ mA mmdtm to aa We 
hiM ii^|D«aaed fhen. vi^mm Mid even eWMkaa and ii^ito cWalhr 
maimed In a^»enUy uab^ acts <rf terrorisoi, ^^l^ fceet •» 
!ai« not isolated nor wWwirt aoMi to the cnmanM Vtel.Oo^ Aft we 
nei* An to uadei - atawr tte feaMi why, l» taster »^fta bl^ ^flhfr 
biUe. Uite spoke of tt doae to fifty years a|o aiaL hto woiii ii| stt 
Ihrt- gliding Ught to vld^. 
UENIN ^ 

Hk revolutionary wmy is needed because OBEAV ^StOKU^AL 
QUESnONS CAN WB SOLVED ONLY BY VI(»£!^]£, and the or- 
ganisation of violence to the ntodwn ^ruf^ ia a notary or g anlsa flw i 
^mukaneoMsly wtt m innnaMe e^tfudon d dmmamj vNh^ kx 
the flat ttoi^ become dwnocracjf fcrf the^poo^deBioavy far f» 
pei^ »d not denujdracy (AJffil^ICAN lftM{«lUCY> fcr till rich, 
the dlctatorahip of the proletanat (SOVIEt STYLE Di eTAT^a CP) 
onpoeee a series <rf restrictions on tte freedom of the oppfeooera, tte 
e^MMi, ttie cai#aPitft We mu^ orush thma in ndo* to free^MM* 
ity from wage-slavery; THEIR RISim'ANCE Ml£ET SE MOKEN BY 

lsc%Si£&^ JL^ ■■ Afca» Ihat mhtfirii thiiiM fat ■iWlflitilll thiP> h rijD Ttt* 

ksm, tiiere h ao freedom, no deneorac^. 

Hie proletariat needs state powv, the ceitraHaed orgaidaatiea of 
force, THE ORGANISATICm OF VlOUa^CE, botti for the parpoaa ti 
middog the redstance d the aqukMas and far te piapoie of gid&ig 
the gi«at mass el the population-^ peaflM^. the p^-bowfeoWe. 
the sentf-|»t^^ttrfau»-in the work of m-guOzii^ SociaUA e^nomyy 

Dictatorship is power based dir^tly upoi foit» and imre^^:ted by 
any laws. 

TOE REVOLUTIONARY DICTATORSfflP OF THE PROLETARIAT 
IS POWER WON AND MAINTAINED BY WA VIOLENCE OF WE 
PROLETARIAT AGAINST THE BOUWJEOISIE (US), poww that Ig 
unrotrfcted by laws. 

Everywhere we have pnd^man armiea (VIET NAM, LAOS, lUAI- 
Umi, ETC >, a lUwujfcipiy li|aa^ and veqdrti^ reor^MJaHoa. 
We are aUe to a-gMW^irtri^to a ^^ detactoi^tf, a singfe force. 
If you will hdp tm to aceon^&h this, ttioi no mortal oter^ses «r 
gueases with r^peet to whM can not be known mad «^ no <ne cai 
know will i»w«it us bom accon^dl^ui^ oar tadc, sod tUs tiek wfiH 
be tiiat rf teMttng «i to the victwy d the wwM rtmMm mi tha 
o^abllslunait d an intowtiooal (Mtrietarim Sovi^ ReanbOc. 

WE HAVE NEVER REJECTED TERIWR OR PRWCmE, NCHl 
CAN WE DO SO. TERROR IS A TORM OF MniTAJKV 0PS3UT»N 
THAT MAY BE UiaasmLY APPLIED, OR »IAY E\rtW BE ES§EN- 
TIAL IN CERTAIN MOVEMENTS OF THE BATTUE, UNDER CER^ 
TAINCONDmOI^!!!!!! , 

We diall qieak tile l^er «id uwkMdsted frulh; to counta^ thM are 
expoteneing an unprecedei^ cri^, the eeSa^m of old ties, and ti» i 
biteedtttcatton of tlw class strug^e^-and aodi are aU be cotarfries of 
the worU-TERROR CANWyT BE DlSm^gOX WITH notwithstsodii^ 
the hypoOTtes and phrMMnoqgers. 



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mfftcm ot SALE 

Nottoe la herd>y givai at 10:00 
A.M. on September aoth, U«6, ^ 
Co^K Motor OxniMmy, Inc.. MS 
Virginia BesK;h Botdevard« ^re 
shall offer toi sale at i^blte 
auctkm one wm Dart Z-Doo- Hml- 
top nitoeadlile, i»kl No. !»• 
eaSfiSO. witii ai^Msories, whMt 
wtomobile was pta«hased fagr Sn- 
^oe A. Cathelyn 1^ coe^ttaial 
sales o^ract Ta&: c«h at 
tkne of sale. 1^ vendor reierve» 
the j^t to bid 

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^rvkeinen In The News 



Ifaiitoe Fringe .ntqiii C. Hogge. 
«■ «f M-. aad Mn. Jm«Ii C. 

hmL gnAiaM from Mutae re- 
tt^ tntaii« at the Marine OoipB 
nmmAt Depot at l^rrte bbnd, S. 
C Ife has been osigned to Cmp 
UJeiae. N. C. 

• • • * 
MieUupnum lUrd Oass Joins 
A. Dire Jr.. aoo ^ Mr. «ad lifrt. 
Jmm A. Dq«v of 304 Cavite 
Drive, ia curreirtly on his summo- 
cfuiae idMn^ the airti-Aibmarfne 
.mwfare sunxMt airotA cvri^ 
USS Lake Chaoiplain. ag&-f*iBg in 
tfie AtlantUr Ocean. 



DAY MEETS 

U)ND(W BRnX^E - Tlie-next 

in^aar TKWttSr^ ^ 
Aaaerican Veterans, Virginia 

Beach Chapter No. SO, wOl be held 
on FViday at 8 p.m. at ttw Scott 
Memorial MethcxBst church. First 
CaktM rami. 

Members wlH dincuss the For- 
get-lte-Not a^ to he heki on Sep- 
teraber IL S 



Pvt. J<*B» R. Viar Jr., wboie {ar- 
live bA SKTIiaUa Pt, re- 
cent conq^Med Mivanced tit^ 
ii^ as a c M won e e r imiler the Re- 
serve DfiUatmoit Pn^am at the 



BOY DROWNS 



VIRGINIA BEACH-A three yMff 
M Norfolk boy besmne the city's 
fifth drownii^ vtetta (d the year 
last Friday wNp he apparently 
tapped into ««ter over his head 
while craWiing iHth Ms father Fo- 
lks said the (b«w!^ totk place 
at the Narrows, a chamwl betwwn 
Bn»d aad Unkhcm Bays. Officials 
JMdieve the child stepped into the 
the 'BoiK channel which i.s six to 
e^ fe^ d«ep. 

tar Aortly a^r 5.» p.n>. and was 
p imiu mc ed dead « wrival at Vir- 
ginia Beach Goieral riM^^tal. 

11* child was IdMitifiel a.-? Kev- 
in H. Greoi. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ftfrest Green, d tt% 74il0 Uock 
ft Dinur drive la Non'oHi. 



Army Arti^7 and 
Fort Sffl. Okla. 



MaAiCMter. 



N«ra] Aviaflon Omco' Cmdidate 
Samud W. Bowna^ ton ot Mr. 
and Mrs. Rd)ert A Bowiuh vim 
Baldwin iti«^ U attenUng Pre- 
Flight Sdnol at the Naval Air Sta- 
tion, Peoaacola. Fla. 



Marble Luce Cwptral Boi4^ E. 
Gregory, son of Edward CU«gory 
vt int Ei^iten Lmm, Baya^. 
participated ta a tralnii^ exortoe 
recoitly at the Camp Fu^ roaneu^ 
vec arM neur Tdtoaika, Japan. 



ON VACATION 

BAYSroE-llie Rev. Bill Sbn- 
inons. Field Secretary KTEi^ti 
Virginia Confer«ice <rf die Chrla- 
tlas ChurcJws, was guest ^edm*. 
la^ Sunday, at the Bayside C^rls- 
tl<m 0iurch. 



Pastor, the Rev. Earl Farrefl 
and his family w«* vacatitaiing 
In NorUi Carolina. 




FRANK L. remnx^ 

GETS DEGREE 

VIRGINIA BEACH' — Frank L. 
Ftatre» receiwd a tedielpr •! 
Arts d^ree tai the IMver^ty «C 
Ricfamond c oiM n «K»n i rtt hrid r»- 
ceitly. He stucned at Mc^mogid 
OAege. the m^'s tuMiorfm^ 
Uwral tfts divisioa of the tJtuwr- 
sity of RkJimand. He cmccirtrated 



m. FrAnK BuIns; », jy^lAfe dARDNER 
and DR. ROBERT WAO0fl.L 

ANNOUNCE THE dPf Nlf^'^ ^T. 7, 1965 

OF A SECOND C»=f ICE FOR i^y^W^mCE OF 

O^THC^EClC SlMKJEfeY 

AT 

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(COMMONWEALTH BUILWNG) 

OFFICE HOURS 

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of the Vtai^rit B^ch Sin b^n^ w\m tte tmt imm mi hn 

If yM tew Jm* aiTtvtd in iim 'MemUr am, ymt iMy be a IMe 
vBgM m to iH)^ a fdiukHn poraon ^ttit h . . . Mt 0mt wvrfom 
kmwB ho- and <i^p«ib oi h«r vaM ^(m of k u mw e dtf e nd up^Mbe 
mku^ fatfsnaattoD from tbe {mM^ ««iU. 9k te tbe woinA's dkee- 
to- of WV^TV; hor dally {»t^vn is aecn aU over IMewtfer. 

AUriiee ia flMmu t» )»r hite ipd you can l« «HMd her battk 
to gel more wobmd to mmr hata will coituiie at to imt pofistont 

Brf(»^ slw came here marly » years a^, ^ bad bea ia. ra#> 
fal Be^», Nmr Y«t, Niagara falls and MUu. il« neenttjr ^ 
bnged ba- IMh MBUvmuu^ o« tlie Norfdnt r>^ awj t^fi^joa icwe 
md hiHi beir tai^ and seoi «i aFSirM « itftleaU aHWDf. imr 
(fflly does AMAae claim to be the d^u itf lUmMtt wmm's com- 
RMBtatari «■ raife and TV. she is dbe mutalMr «fe for the whole 
state. 

AUsbee maim A her practice to join the FaMoK Fms tai New Yor^ 
City ewy Aiwary for tb* tg^ and «muner faridon^ aad again 
fai July for tbe faa and wMer fashion previews and 4a lalrvlew top 
^s^ners for ^. 

In additicK} Ho^lwr TV duties, she ahn eodbc^ mtey excittaifP 
fadiwn shows tivsm^ioiit tfw tfea. Omiag m fe flw netf bOun is 
one at the Gtvditf on Seplenab« 14 wUcfa.wQl ba a trnrain^ bnuich- 
and will feritura ibihion from liorence WfllMi and Wig Q^; and 
on September a, Jiere will be a w^ and hat rfnw at the Bar Har- 
bour Oub. 

Our mna^ e^tor. H. Jeieph Lowentfad. Jr. is m^M friend of 
AlUbde and will te seen on bw !!:» ajn. TV pncnm Friday on 
Chatmd 13. Dw^^ the infwmal interview. ^ wifl ranlniaw and 
talk ova- dd timea. ^ had lived in Virginia 9mcA for nine years 
but now makes her headquarters at the MonUdBo Hotel in Norfolk. 

Alisbee's eetenn will feature aU Vt» latest faaMoai. aahtfes to the 
local ^le^ipBidote v$mm. aaewa: qi»^io« OB ImUbb ^pirtte, 
and give t^ on what Sa wemr when aad witti what. . . . 

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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGNl A, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1 965 



SKinONI 



CWALTNEY 



Ctf PRESENTS 

NEW feature; 

VIRGINIA BEACH— A new tele 
{jboM feature win be made avail 
aMe to cin^amers in tl^ Virginia 
B^^h IB exchar^e teginning 
Monday, Septemlwr 13. VUB, ac 
.^ortog to L. F, ft*rick. loca' 
managM- of the dwsapeake aix' 
Potomac Teleshrme Cixnpany o' 
Wrginia. It is the "ToudJ-l^ne" 
tel^ihflne 



KIWARiS PRESENT 
JAZZ FESTIVAL 




VIBGINIA BEACH-rlhe Virjpn- 
ia BeMdi Kawwis C3ub wtU pfe- 
jent til* Virginia Be*ch Jac Pk- 
thral Sunday. Septenitor 3, a: 8:^=) 
•j.nL at the Alan B. Siepard Gvic 
Center. Bwiefits frtan the Festival 
will go toward tbe Kiwanis Cta'j 
Ourities Fund. ' . | 

Featured in tl^ festiv^ are 
wfM d the all-time ^eats of fhp 
Job iMH-kL Al Cohn and Zo(^ 
9ms, Ae unbeatable tenw sax 
team will jmimey ^Kum Cannia 
for tiie festival. Gene (Toots) 
"niielnMn, who wr^ "Mr. Bluea- 
etto." Billy Butto^ld and his 
Bbies Alley l^on^rs. Ifaxine »il 
Ui^an, Cliff Jackson and many ot!^ 
en wOl a^ar tor tiie MggMt fes- 



tival since tiiqr w^ rtarted in 

Toimny GN^tney, who took a 
week off ftrfm Ms dub "Bhies Al- 
ley" to arrange the fe^v^ foe the 
Kiwanis m«nbers. Tommy, who 
was bom to Norfolk, stiuiad the 
F»Uval in 1969 virile he was liv- 
ing in Vfa-gWa Beach. Ttwnmy 
helped produce the Jazz Fes^vols 
in 1960 and 1961 before he moved 
to Washington". D. C to open hit 
club. He has recorded with tiie 
\op people tai the fi^ of jazz. 

Tickets tm the Jan Festival are 
availid>le at ,aU. Hub dothiog 
ftnres, Eljo^s at "Wards Corner, 
A^nder Bee^. Virginia Beach 
Md the CoBvaAka C^tte* Boc 
me9. 



i dark.|i«irMi Graft C»7c« (Uft) aikd bload GvMUr 

$^4^tt«b«rt«r ar« i^wpy to ba t(^*th«r Mid to b« "brotlMra" 
mM dttMteklM «• MaioN at Virginia Beach Hitb School for 
^eoSCrrw. (Staff Hot* b, ^adrick) 

VBHS HAS EXCIttmE 
STUDCNT FROM VIENNA 



VIRGINIA ffiACH~An Austri- 
an boy from Vienna has arrived 
at Vb^^ Beadi to become Wit- 
gMb Bead) Wf^ School's fir^ ex- 
dumge ^udnA^ Guenter Sdwbes- 
hitiit, to tt-year <M bkMid ywm% 
mao, was adeeted by the Ameri- 
can Field Swfkse to come to Vir- 
ginia Beach afto* months of wwk 
and kmg range plaimbig by the 
students of tbe Interact Chib whkh 
is spoi»ared by ti» Rotarimis. 

Akhoi^h dti>«^ ««• U^ schools 
have had exchange stakirts in tiie 
past, Gueotor is the first for VBHS. 
"yHtiea they adBsd for m exchai^e 
studort. they had no idea what type 
they wouW get,- declared Guenter 
«^ a same. It would seem be 
wiU fit p«ftctly lata th^ Virgiiiia 

ORIENTJmON 
PLANNED 

VnW3tonA beach - The Sea- 
hawks of Vfargfaiia Beach Ki^ 
Sdwol wish to wdcome all new 
studei^ to VKS hf extending a 
cordial invitatioii to attend the 
wientatkm program on S^wmber 

Stwfei^ wfll aneortile m Oe au- 
ditorium for a briefing d te 
' scbool and i^ acthdUes by tbe 
{alpc^, James C. Mnttie. md 
tbe SCA preaUenti 3^ <Wt 

StudeoU wiU b6 dhMed feito 
ptwvs Ind takn ne a tow of tte 
school virile paro^ wiU be Mto- 
duced to varioos guUaaQe cbunae- 
kav mi brfoSBod dmtf fte Pa- 

Oriental wfi cBW We iritfa^ 

mode pep wBy JaJM gy"»"M'"" - 

m new abdarit af VIrgfaua 

ei^ 06 afAsd bi '" 



Beadi achoid acene. Ilitegb ratiwr 
8«ioua^ndnded and more matore 
than nuny teanagHn, he ecpresaes 
tiw same rea(fy-far-Mything adapt- 
ability of aiQT yowg person em- 
bffiiced on a' new road to ecbua- 
tion. 

Bask in Austria he indulged in 
his bobby of ^der soaring, but 
finding Vfagfada iteadi's favwUe 
^xHt to be sttrili^, he has taken 
to ftatr-whal he lada hi eqw- 
rience. he natoa up for i^ en- 
thusiastic partic^tkn. " 

When be first wrived a few 
weeks a§a, he was the guest of 
Dr. and Bin. ftoger L. \^B8er; and 
he has shice become a roembor 
of the fam^ of llr. and BIrs. 
Ibigb l^ao CaiOB of 4U SSrd 
street and ft 'tmlber" of Gregg 
Cayce who is a benkr at VBHS 
too. Hie Cayi»s are as pleased 
with their, new "son" as he is to 
bdong. "We are deUgbted we 
can have him," saki 1^. C^yce. 
"Tm sure it will prove naost in- 
teresting for dl of us." 

Gueirte- fpeaki witii a alight ao- 
coit hut with n caimwidablef 
command d Oe Eo^k language. 
He \us met Many oif tib stji^ts 
who win h^ nube Ma sei^ 
year at ^ngtaiia Bttcfa H^ 
SdMxri a mwMr i fei e bi^ «kI al- 
ready he bMbemne a tamb^ 
of >e (Aeaa Hub-abotber of Us 
unuwal Merea^j 

He won tiw <^esa otanptonsb^ 
on a« rii^ cottihw to (Ub courtry. 
Ife said te nd his aiilHr enloyed 
tiie ocean «vra«e. Hb si^er is 
yo>m^ and is alao m exdimse 
strtj^i She ci^teued on to ^outh 
"Dakota. ' 

'It is tiie ftnt ^me two mem- 
bers of ^ MHBe funay have 
ome^ iSf^ cMriOf at tiM san» 
tfam to be(»K» exdiii^ ito- 
deat^" remariEed Oqeotfer. "We 
have left Maite jaQ# Ja ripna. 
She wiD la liwiaiaiB uMiaitt us, 
but ri^ to l^p^ «*bai« had tiie 
qppattia^ to mm to .UnHed 




ZOOT SIMMS, loft, and AL COHN 



Touch-1^ l«^ce^eatuarw dec 
tronic pu^-lMitton calling i ratto- 
tinn fe use of rotary dial. Tli®^ 
•re 10 buttons «i the face d the 
MeplAne and all a phme user 
nmt do is to touch the buttm? 
to accomplish the s»ne Uimg he 
"^rmwly d d tbrough diiJtaf. A- 
he taps the buttons a i^udcal note 
ts h««d and tiiis a(^ato$ tiie 
new dectronic eqquipment bi ti)f> 
certrad <rffk». Tlmre ki also a (UF 
ferott ifad tiffle. 

Ibnite> Patrick said tiiat tiii* 
ttfd ta Mfwne the first in the 
C^tP territwy to receive tiie new 
«erv<ce. It was first offered in 
PBterrfwrg in May 1984. It is <rf 
fered as an optional item with a 
special diarge aooUcable tar those 
customers »ibscrib!ng to Uie sa^- 
it».-N 

AceordinR to tiie C&P Manage- 
the Twch-Tone set is available in 
colors ta tiie conventional desk 
type, wall «»} Princess Phcme luid 
represHiis tiie ultimate . of telfe-, 
ohone service for the futore. It 
««inTOlifies tiie codling procedure 
ami reduces tiie tim-i roquirod to 
cort^fcte ^e connection by sev- 
eral seconds. 

Major modifications had to be 
made to the exi ting central (rffice 
wprpment, Twich-Tqne will be in 
troduced on ya (b'adual basis 
throughout the QkP territory and 
tiie Bell System. 

Tiie Touch-Tone {dMme, before 
being pefe^ed tb its present stat- 
us, tttd^-wexd years of research 
jnd ^^Aqpmlaitjitl tiie Bell Tele- 
v6i^titmatoti^. Then in ISM 
RtMtoke, Vkffinia, and Hacu's- 
town, Mandand, were sdested Au* 
fteid trials Involvii^ s«ne 100 tele- 
phone custonenl. In 1961 subscrib- 
ers to FhMlky, OMo, and Greens- 
boro. Pennsylvania, also trial- 
tested tile Touch-Tone. Remiks at 
all locations , indicate wholeheart- 
ed (^tomer satisfaction witii the 
new de^ofnnent and the desira- 
bility of malting a service offertaig 
availdile to all customers as 
pnwnptiy as possible. Service r^ 
resentatives in the telephone busi- 
ness office are mw «x^;rting or- 
ders fnmi indivkhial Une .custo- 
mers f6r CMHie<Ak)n on "T" day. 




SUMMER ENDS FOR GUARDS 



VIRGINU BEACH - Tiie Vir- 
ginia Beach Patrol, guarduns of 
Itfe m4 protectors of the be^h 
here at Virginia Beach, is round- 
ing out anotiier »jmmOT season 
and the ^65 group has ^po-ioiced 
a record aeaion. 

Vacatimen to Virginu Beac^ 
can fed secure in leaving tiie wa- 
ters of tiw Atiaatic Ocean bore 
since nearly 65 highly trained 
young men are m duty up ?nd 
down tiie baadi eacn day. TM 
eya of tiieae young m«i arc con- 
rta^ akned 4|t tbe wator and 
the swi^ tiiousaods of batii^f. 
T^eir safety and «ijo^nt is up- 
permost tai ttie minds of tin patrol 
mesdjen. Hurou^ Sq>tend)a- tiie 
Vh^inia Bms^ Patrd ke^ a 
v^^ on tiie 



ItM Vhrgbua Beach Patrd, 
omtei aiad aipo'vised by Graban 
"Dusty" Hinnant and W. Uigh 
Kitchin, Jr., was first establi^ied 
in tile isn's. In the early days tiie 
Patrd was made up mostiy of 
local yoifflg n^. Todi^ tiie oift- 
jcdty are from Virginia Beadi 
witii a siHlnkling of young men 
who call Norfolk, Rkjinu>n4 and 
tiaith Carolina home. 

After tl» summer tiie young men 
of tile Beach Patrol becane law 
^udeitfs, coU^e undei|nK!uates. 
and hi^ school footi>aQ playo^. 
Mai^ return here sumner after 
annmer to resuium their (kitirai 
on tile beach. 

Tlie Bfeach Patrol <^;wrirtes un- 
der the' Beadi Umbrdla Servk» 



«id amolig otiier rewards <^ered 
tiie yoiaj^ men are a 9250 odl^e 
scholard# f<»- tiie outstanding Me 
guard and cadi awards for otiiera. 
A selection observes tiw lifeguards 
tiiroi^iout tiw sionnwr and will 
male ito selection afto* Labor 
Ikiy. 

iia llf^ards undof o a contin- 
umis b'dnfaig prc^am including 
weddy rescue driUs ai^ elemoi- 
tory first aid. The Virginia Beach 
Rescue Squad has been fiilly co- 
operative in giving lectures of tiie 
latest in artificial respir^tton. 
Hiese eS<ul8 coirtribute to an evo- 
improving standard of excelloice. 

Tliis training diows its value dai- 
ly as rescues are made, minor oAs 
treated, and tl» y^ilaiu« main- 
taioed. 



om TO 

T1MFFI0 



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VIRGINIA BEACH-Traffie wai 
opeiol in ti% approach diamd of 
Lynnhaven Inlet, after completion 
of several months draining. ^ 

Seven Buoys, induding lifted 
buoy No. 2 and uncharted Iwoys 
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 were relocated 
to noark the new diaimd. 

tfm <haimd was dredged 1090 
feet kmg, ISO feet wide and » 
feet Aeep as part of tiie Lynnhavtn 
Bay and Inlet Project 

Laporte Dredging Company d 
Alexandria has moved Its ope«- 
tim Inskle tiie bridge and lw| 
started tiie next phase-Hkedgb^ 
a mooring and ttifning basin lOQO 
feet king, 7S0 feet vHde, and 10 
feet deep. 

To Award Car 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Tlie Frater- 
nal Ordw of Firemoi will award 
a 1965 Mustang to tiie holder of 
tiie lucky ticket on S^Jtembw 11, 
foUowing the Shrine parade. 

Tickets for the drawing may be 
[wcha^ from any monbor of 
tlM Fire departmept or Vdun- 
teer Fire department for a $1 cb- 
nation. 



lEACfl SURFM 
PLACE WELL } 

\^Ba]^]A .BEACH-Lolcal surf- . Tliree Virgiida Beach bc^ r^- 
ers had a fi^'«biy last we^md rdl pvwry, hmy May. and JA 
Airing *e Ea^^ Coast Surfing BrotiU made a ckan swaap f 



diqppkmAips h^ hen at Vii^ 
gfaiia Beadi 



Bob 
a<edi' 



MpQin^ who dwidd be 
tin^ area's ke«i in- 




of surfing, wtn 

'i Nvisi(si (ffi y«ai 

Hannoo of Lcm 

^ed secmd aid 

of ^'Virginia Beadi 



teo^ 
tiwSentor 
aikl dd«r). 
Island, N.Y.. 
QasAtk P0ll 
jlk^ tHrd. 

■ Jdm Eakra of Cocoa Beadi, 
Fla., wbmer (rf %e Mm's Diviakm 
(18-34) lilt year tost out te 0. W. 
Carter eC Noridlr ft* flrat place 
ftis ^ar, Ixit ^ manage to place 
a good second, ftiird {dace was 
clinched by Bruce Clelland d Jatk- 
a(mvSk% Fta. 

Gary Proper of Cocoa Bwidi, 
Fla. retained his titie in tiie Jun- 
ior Men's ^vision 4oltowed by 
Bruce Valhizzi d Cocoa Beach 
and Jim Tunre d Hou^n, Tex. 




Len Gttidroa of G^estm. Tex., 
won U« Bc^'s Dhrisk^ (lS-14) 
witii Ed McQuiBdn of Virginia 
Beadi secc^ and Fletcher ^arp 
df Sattdlte Beach, Fla. third. 




&e Midg^ Diviakn (12 yens aifi 
inder). 

Ifittii MuDTO of Onnand 
Fla., who mn the ^I's 
^(ua^au^ ^i»day took 
place to tile QM*! t^visicui 
he&fMti Ji^aopnlle, Fla., 
tn^OBA, mni Janice DoofwriU 
Bradley Beach. N.H.. placed 

&^idiQr's eva^ w«e 
from 7 a4n. luAil noon beemie 
of a nortt-wtad wtieit whi p iw H 
u» dieppy. poiBteg _,. 
vm^ finally Arq^ to at 
feet with a r^dtile ^i^ie. 

Vfaftien to 0^ e^^ito 
West Coa^ Opk:) furst 
Wsber d Vaike, CaHf . ; 2nd, 
ey Mnnbz d I^ia'l^rint. 
ffiid ^ceiHofboan of. 
no, Calif. 

Tandem: Chuck Kmes and Nan- 
cy Meltzttf of Betoc^ U. J.; 
Dick Carti and Kath$^ AnderaOU 
of Coc(m Beach. Fla.; and ^ 
and Honey Holland (fatikir tA 
daughter) d Vfa#iia Beach 



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FORMER 



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APPOINTED 

LYNCHBURG.- A former Vi' 
ginia' Beach woman has b««|yS|k 
pointed assista^ to <M dhW 
of admissions at Randolph-M^( 
Woman's College. 

1^ is Mra. Sam T. Thi 
Jr., of L^tcUraqt. nee 
daunts- d Mr. and Mrs. 
E. Sndl, laoi Laskin 
ginIa Beach. 



M«akb«n off A* 1^68 Virfiala BMch Patrol 



Mrs. Humpson 
AM. de^^ from 
l{@t Jifl«. She 
mtfta. nmorad in 
eA]cati<m, and served at 
axk in tiie- matfaamatic 

tB0A, 

Ste la a ^rdduib 
Beadi Hi^ S^A 





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, 1ST CHURCH 

MiM:tM Ann* 
^o|r R. iMtlusfe, Pallor 

10:00 ft.m. — Chttrch School 
il:llft.ni. — Ifornini; Worship 



FAANCIS ASiURY 
MtmiOOllT C#«IRCH 

QfMt Neck Roid 
LcRsy Davit, MlK^tar 
f:4Sft.iB. — Okarch Ilch>ol 
1 1 :00 •.«. — MontlAt Wonhip 






MiHNt MMUrt 



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SCOTT MEMOIUAL 
JMrnfOPti T t ilifff*H 

4W 1?^ OMimlal Itoad 
•k*. H. WmIi C«»rr» l^utar 

8:S0 A.».— Motfiint WeMtOp 

II :00 ft.n.-- Mornlftg Werihip 
T-.IOp.BU— Yoirth reliowili^ 



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HAI^OOD 




Mtmoptst CHimoi 

4?1S BsyvoQd t^d 
Jmim O. Ulif . Jr., riuitor 

• : 4 6 m.rt . — Chttrch ^moel 
11 :00 p ra,— Morning Wor^ip 



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HAYGOOO METHODIST 

millllCM^ ^^ 

•149 Biqr^«re RtAd' 

8:80 ft.%. 9:46 a.m. and 11:00 

i.111. — W«rrfiip Services 

9:45 am — Church School for 

all ate froupi 

11 :00 ft.tt- — Second teMon of 

Chinch ySchool for children 

np tiirvttgh 7ih grade and 

7tD0 i>.a. — Methodist Ypatfa 
^•ttow^ip for young ,people 
tth, 8th and 9th grades in 
innior High Group and 10th 
gniide up for Senior Group. 
FriMda wvlcomed. 




STRONG 
COMIMUNrr 





ST- AIDAN'S 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Kiiu^'s Grant Road 

A Edinhurg Drive 

Phone 340-8730 

.R«*. L. J. Tajfior, Jr., V^ear 

10:00 a,m, — Holy Communion 

ifint ahd third Sundays) 
Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th 

Sundays 
Church ' School (concurrent 
with strvices) ' 



Expart LaAas aad Mms AU a rm H — 

ALL UNOS 

SIM PACIFIC AVa^B 

VIrgiala Baaah, Vlrgtaia 

PHONE 42S4S48 



ST. NICHOLAS 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

644 ittle Neck Rd. 
Thone 340-72ST- ' — 
Rev. Thonas M. S«an«rt 

Sunday Masses .— 8:16, 9:30, 
10:48, and 12 Noon in the 
Churdh; 11:00 in Princess 
TheatSra, 8177 Virginia Beach 

. Blvd. 

Confessions — Saturday 4-8 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.m. 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Warrea Cha««, Fatter 

9:30 «.«. — Church School 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Wprship 

7:80 p.m.^Evening Wonriiip 



FLOW»$ 
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PHONE 42S-S7Sa 



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MStrfQblST CHURCHU^ 

Kaom Island, N.C. 
ft^«rt C. Blaak. Miaistar 
lOMM ft.m.— Sunday ScKaol 
11 ^ ».m.-i-Wor)riiip Service 

BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Miort Dr. «t TreMure Island 

Drive in Bayside 
RarasMd E. Mbtsar, Miaistar 
8:80 ft ll:00s.m.^Wor^p 

Swv^ca 
/ 9:46 A.m. — Sunday School 

CHAttW 

^ CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia ^ 
Laalia E. Graea, Minis W¥ 
10:00 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 ».m. — Morning Worship 



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In miiis and factories across the country, they 
never stop working. By night as well as by day, 
the wheels of commerce grind out the 'goods we 
need as a nation. j , <^ , * * 

It's a twenty-four hour jdfe, this business of pro* 
auction, and k's a vital job — to you, your family , 
your town, our whole country. Like most vital johit 
it can't be stopped. , . ,,^,^.»^ .,?-"'-.,- -7...a*..«»«^^^ 

Faith is a vital job, too. It isn't simply some- 
thing that God gives you, free of charge, en Christ^ 
mas and at Easter. You have to work for real fei^ . 
You hav« to earn it. You have to keep at it. 

Fortunately, to help you «ain ajsd sustain i^B 
vital faith, you have the Church to guide you. Start 
attending every Sunday and there absorb the woa»=, =, 
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CARROW 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

ReT. Gary B. Thomptoa 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worship Serwoe 
5:48.m. — Vesper Service 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union . 
7 :30 p.m. — Evangelifstic 
Service 



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KI^A CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, Mtautar 
10:00 a.m. — Bible School 
11 :00 a.m. — Moaning WonWp 
6:46 p.m — Youth ProgMm 
pm-:— Evening Wordup 




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SALEM METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Priocess Anne, Virginia 
Eaiory S. Etlmora, Minittar 
10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
1 1 lOO a.m. — Church School 
7:30 pJn. — Youth Fellowship 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acr«dala — KempsvUle 
lUv. John L. KiUar, Jr. 

9:46 a.rn- — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning WorsWp 
7 :80 p.m. — ^Youth Fellowship 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Littie Neck Road 
Rav. Osaar V. RmMgaaa 

10:00s.m.^-Ohurch School 
ll:00«..m-^ming Worship 



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ETHODIST 
RCH 

'nia Beach Blvd. 
. KatoB Gray 

Eariy Worri»lp 

■C)}urch School 
,m. — Late Worship 
Sorvice 
6 too p.m. — Youth Fellowship 



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•a MZ& for the buiMing of charac- 

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.^ llriiituil values. WidiOttt a 

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rf hb eoTMBtmi^ and natien. <4> - 
I'or tha Hte of the Churdi mm, 
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CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 

Roy N. Wilaon, Mlaiatar 
10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
lliOOa.ra. — Morning Worship 
7:00 p.m. — Evening'^ WoiN^ 

#mSf CHURCH OF 
SCIENTIST 

200 - 20th S^«et 
11:00 am. — Church Se^iM 
B :00 p.m. — Wednesday 
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10:80 a.m. — Healing Service 



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BETHEL METHODIST 
CHUROI 

Princess Anne 
iUy R. Jaek^r Pastor 

10':0pa.m. — Morning Worship 
11 ;©0 *.m. — Church School 



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PLAZA liSTHODIST 
CHUJtCH 

208 Plasa Trail ij 

Had»srl C HoMia. Pastor 

0:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worriilp Service 
7 :00 p.m.-:-Yo«th Fellowship 

ARAGONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

^itforil Si«ienUry School 
H. C dpiwi, ras%ar 

9:4KaJtt.^-IWiiaay S^ol 
il :00 a'm.— Morning Worship 
6:30p.«s.->Tri^iMK Union 
f :80 N».— ^"^NL Worship 
fiStitJIl.— Wirt. Prmyer 
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EPl&Q^SSIdN 

fOl tM^ont Road 
iq^sk ftiach, Va. 
ft^. ^i^M E. CrifiMr 
VlMy^MChari* 
9:15a.«.— ^unA School 
l#:ila.m.— Wotrtlp Service 
Nwvery Kovided 

PiiiKMs^ne, Virginia 
EwMt •• V^iM^. Niftlster. 
10:i|«Jh-^fe«h 8^®«*.. 
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OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch P'lck Road, Bayside 
8:00 a.m.- Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) 
10:00 am.— Morning Prayer 
' and Sermon (Holy Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each month) 

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EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 

CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 

Rot. Charlaa R. McGinlajf. 

8:00 a.m. — Holy Communion 

10:00 a.m. — Holy Communio^ 

(1st & 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 

(2nd & 4th Sunday) 
Church School follows ' the 
10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25tii and Baltic, Va. Beach 

PUUp Ptncua, RabM 
7:30 a.m.— Services Mon.-Pri. 
8:15 [>.ra.— Fridiqr-Sabbath 

S6rvic68 
10:00 am.— Saturiia^ Sabbi^ 
Service 
8:00 a.m. — Services Sunday 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
Kaaaath A. Price, Pastor 
9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 
School 
lO :30 a.m. — Worship Service 
(nuraery provided) 
6 :30 p.m.— luthlr League 

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EVJANCEUCAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin RSad 
Rav. Dickson W. Taylor 

8 :30 a.m. — Worship 
9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m — Worship 
- (Nursery provided) 
6:30 pm. — Luthei? League 



9 :46 a.m. — Sunday 
11:00 a.m. — Church 



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[UNITY 

DuPont Circle, Ba, 
Pa«I E. McCullo«gh». 

9i.46 a.m.— Bible School 
1 1 :dO a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Family Night 
Service 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYT^IAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marioa R. Wabb, Jr. 

9 :45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Youth FeUowshifi 
6 :30 p.m. — wneer KslhBWship 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Worship 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulevanl 
M. Bland Dudley. Mialstwr 

8 :30 a.m. — Worship & Church 
School 

Worship & Church 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episcopal) 
B. Sida^y Sanders, Rector 

8 ;00 a.m. — Holy 'Communion 
9:00 a.m.— Family Service^ 
and Morning Prayer 
(3r4 Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) 
1 1 :00 a.m.— Morning Prayer, 
sermon (Ist Sunday Holy 
Communion) 



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STAJt OF ntE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. ft Arctic Circle 
Rav. Fraacis V. Banbrick 

MASSES 
Winter— 8 :00, 9 :i30, 1 1 :00, 

12:16 
Summer — (June 1-Labor ttiy) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, l^iOO 
Holy Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:30 p.m. 
Weirttday, wintet^— 6 

Sttwm^, 8:45 a.m. 
ConfeMohs — 4:00 to 

7:00 to 8:00 p.m. 



OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURGH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbaugh, Paster 

8:15 a.m. — Worship SeJrvice 
9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00 a.m. — Worship Service 



30, 8:45 
only 

5:00 and 
Saturday 



ST. MATTHEWS 
CATHOLIC CHUROI ^ 

1010 S«nd» Lane, Va ^ch 
#atfnr' «mara, Fa^wFtoAay 

SttflMier Mmmhh-7:^. 9:00, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Confesaion each Saturday 4:M 

to 5H>0 and 7:00 to 8:00 



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PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Misaouri Synod) 
424 Kings Grant Road ' 
Rev. J. Elmer Medley, Pastor 

8 :W sum.— ^Mvine Worship 

9 lis MA.— Sunday School 
anti Ittle Class. 

10 :S0»».— Divine Wotdup 
HjOy tkaasmmion — let iad 3rd 
Suhiay. 

m^ GIUNT 
i^RESBYTlPKIAN CHURCH 

(Now weeing in the Sing's 

(kant l^iWNitary School) 

HafMuAl C. RlttoB. Pastor 

9:(6lMn. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a-M. — Morning Worship 

BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHli^H 

H«Mr Robbins Comer 
Rev. J. E. JobnsoB, PastM 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:O0aii— Mornii^ Wondi^ 

PR»l^mJiN CHUl^H 

No# m&M^ in the Thalia 

SeilentiM^ School 
i»^^ Ml. SiMa, MiMstar 
1 :80 a.m.''-^oning Wmnhip 
10:4€a.m.— ^#%h SchMl 



9 :30 a.m 
School 
ll:00ajn 
School 



-Worship & Church 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. ' 
John S. Lyies, Pastor 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
Nursery Service rrovided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Firft St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cooleyv RsmIot 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— What-Nota , 

Fellowship 
6 :30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
6 :S0 p.m. — Young People's 

Fellowship 




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\ OIlMCttOrGOD . 

6S0 14tt Street 

Bobby H. Sana, Pastor 

'9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 

llH)Oa.m. — Morning Worship 

7:30 p.m. — Ewning WorAip 



ASSEilBLY OF GOD 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

East Lane — Oceana 
Rev. SmmmI D. Bailer, Jr. 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
ll:00a.m. — ^Mottling Worship 
7:30^JB«^ — EvUBi^ustiC 
Servwe 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., ^inkhom Bay 
Key. Richard Woodward, Pastor 

9 :45 a.m. — ^Sunday School 
11 ;00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
ll:80aih,.^Cbildren'8 Church 

8:00 p.m. — Evening Service 

SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave., 

Bellamy Manor 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rev. J. Frederick Parker 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worslhip 
11:30 a.m. — Childlrens Church 

7 :30 p.m. — Evening Service 



LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHURCH 

(Congregational Christian) 

Great Neck Rd. near Shore Dr. 
The Rey. Tho. H. Britton 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worahip 
7 :30 p.m. — Pilgrim 
Fellowship 
Nursery for small children 




OCEANA CUI» MAMCer 

VIRGINLA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Connti7 Cured Bacon, Hamt ft ^onldo* 

Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, 

tiroeeries ft Meats 



PEMBROKE liAI^R 
UNITED CHURCH 

(Congregational Christian) 

Meetings m Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Rer. Charles F. Pegran 

9:30 a.m. — Church School ' 

10:80 a.m. — Worship 

Nursery at all services 



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FRIENDS MEETING 
(Quaker) 

Laskin Road 
9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Meeting ior 
Morning Worship 

ST. MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana 
Rev. D. P. Feltoa, Pa&tor 

9 :30 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 



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PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH OF OtMST 

iSth St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elweod KarUt f artmr 



PRINCESS i^lHE FREEWILL 
BATTIST <afURC» 

1415 Oceima Blvd. \ 
% mOe past (k«ana Abr Sta. 
On rf^t 
t. J. TNl^ Paatar 
9 :46 a.m.— ftmay Siitool 
1 1 M %.m.-^W wm aw rftee 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 
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DIAMOND, SPRI((GS 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Dbciples of Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 
G. David ShreoTes, Pastor 
8 .45 a.m. — Worship Service 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— ^ Worship Service 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Grou]M 

BAYMDE CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 

(Ceagregational) 
Shore Drive & Oreenv;ell Sohd 
Earl L. FarreU, Minister 
9:15 a.m. — Wonhip Service 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 aA. — Wondup Service 

WYCLIFFE PRESStTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Joto B. Dey Elem. School, 
i." mum tm Blida, l^ter 
10:00 a.m. — ^Mortuog Wonhip 
Il:l9a«.^-Clnnrch Seteol* 



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D..le," ^•«"*»» '^ 

857 Va. Buch Blvd.-Vlbinii BMch-428-7121 



VWGIIIIA BEACH REALTY^ 



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Realtors 



OfPERS COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE 
RESIDENTIAL SALES 

• COAAMERCIAL & INVESTAAENT PROPERTIES 
• RENTALS (Yearly anfi Seasonal) 
I LAND DEVELOPING 
• FARM SALES 

• DEVELOPER'S AGENT 

• ALL TYPES OF FINANCING 




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1705 USKIN RD. HIUTOP 

' BROKSt 
DWARD P. BROOAN 



428-2901 



PRINCESS Anne plaza - 

CWef B. E. Todd of the P1m.» Vol- 
ui^e^- F^e CQRi>any has an- 
nounced the addition of a fully 
equipped ambulance now in s«rv- 
rce and covering emergwicies in 
the areas of Thalia, Birchwood, 
Malibu, Plaza, and to Little Neck 
Road. The rescue team works 
ctosely wiUi the groups from Da- 
vis Corner and Virginia Beach and 
wiQ cover dieir wtua wbai Dee(fed. 

This year's fund <fa4ve was ainied 
at the acquiring of an ambulance 
for the Plaxa Volunteer Fire Cwn- 
pany to tM to the equiianent (tf 
the two fire truda and the sahrage 
truck tpurdtased last yeur). 

Tlie amlmlance was purchased 
f r«n Portsmouth and Uw v^in- 
teers have worked many hours 
converting it to a fuQy e(pu{Hped 
njoderri «nergency vdiicle. Twen- 
fy-ieven manbers of the Volun- 
te^ Fire conpany teM standard 
or advanced certificates in oner* 
^cy first-akl and they \fill make 
up the team to carry on die rescue 
wort. 

Bdng pr^»red to care, for any 
type <d emergency, the andHllance 
has such necessMT ecipiipment as 
oxygm, djstetric kit, si^ts, lin- 
ens, and both an orthopedic 
stretchtf and a chah" str^er. 
Hi^ are {prepared to carry <m In 
Bity type d dtuation and will add 
to the essentials, as needed. 

Whether U be fire, l^ieirthing. 
fractures, bums, heart, bleeding, 
poistm cases and the like, the Pla- 
za Volunteer Fire Can|t|iy. ^ 
be able to render fi^^Mti^ipd 
fransportatkm to the "^ii^^lltf 
hospitals, including D^sid. Nor- 
folk General, Leigh Manorial, 
N(fffolk Conununity, Portanouth 
Naval Hospital, and tte new, Gen- 
eral Hospital ct Virginia Beach. 

"We are indeed grateful," ex- 
presses Chief Todd, "for the fine 
support given by the residents of 
the ffi*ea, both in volunteer woi-k 
and for funds raised in our efforts 
to ke^ growing with this g|x>wii^ 
conunuiUty." 

, But the more you get, the more 
you need-and as Chief Todd rue- 
fully admits, "We have outgrown 
our present building. We just mvst 
have more room tor our equip- 
mait. That is our next goat- a 
iMgga- aiKi bettw building!" 

He also expressed a wish fear 
more day-time wwkers as vohm- 
teers. "With so many of Mir r^u- 
lars being membo's of the armed 
services sent overseas, we invite 
other men interested in rescue and 
fire wott to jdn with us, and help 
at home." 



tCoBserratiTc ii^tttiV 
tUyr. Park.r YouBg 

220 Red Tide Road 
Lynnhaven , Colony 
10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Service 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Serving 
7 :30 p.m. — Wednesday 
Evening; Services !■%■' ^ a 

FlRSf BAPTIST CHURCH 

36th St. at Holly R4 
H. Wadell Watwrs, Pastor 

9 :30 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :0P a m.- -Morning Worship 
6 :18 p.m. — Training Union , - 
7:»0p.«i.— EveBtng Service"^ 
Evening Services SO min. later 
May 15 -Sept. 15* 






bAyside baptist 

CHURCH 

■ 1480 Pleasure Ikiu^e Rd. 
Jmbm V. D«Fot. Patter 

8:?0a.m. — Worship Service 
1 1 :00 a.m —Worship Service 
9:20 t 10:1D a.m. Sunday 
School 
8:00 p.m.— E;Yening. Sery^^e 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST ' 
. CHURCH . ■ 

7120 Kempsville Road 
A. p. BltMMit. Pastor 

9:45 am. — Sunday School ' 
11 :00 a.m— Morning Wort*»J 
. 8 ;00t.m.— Evening Won*l|| 

5"^ THALIA LYHN { 

BAPTIST CHURCH . * 

Va. feeach Blvd. adjoiwljifc 

Princess Anne High Seho<rt| 

R*T. Reltart N. W»iH* J 

^:80 a.m. — Morning Wott^i 

9:30 a.m.— Sunday School 

11:00 a.m— Morning W«wiB? 

FIRST COLONIAL 
^ BAPTIST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial EoM 
Gaorga T. StalUngt. PM|tor 

9:45 a m. — Sunday School 
10 :00 a.m. — Morning Wowh^i 

6:30 p.m. — Training Uniwi-^ 

7:30 p m. — Evening Ww. 

7:30 p.m.— Mid- Week wtrn 
- Wednesday 



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from pains of headache, neuralgia, 
neuritis, and minor pains of arthriliL 
rheuRiitism. Because STANBACK 
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and prescribed ingredients for fast 
reritf. you can take SMNBACK with 
confidence. Satisfactkm guarantiwil 

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PRINCESSAI^ PLAZA 

246 Rosemoilt Road 
lUr. Malvin Haghes, Paator 

11:00 ft 7:30 p.m. — ^Worship 
Services ' 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
6:16 p.iij.— Training Union 

BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
eth ft Med. Ave. 
A cooperatinsr Southern Bapii^ 
Church , 

George WelletL Jr./ Minuter 
Phone 428-2004 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Service 
6:30 p.m.— -Training Union 
7:30p.m. — F'nnin<? Service 
7:30 t>,m,-r Wed. Prayer 
Service 



FAITH B^TIST 

6818 Va. Beac^i Blyi 
. Fred M. Farita, 

9:45«.m. — Sunday 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Momingf 
6 :80 p.mj — Fellowship 



URQH 




Srship 
Hour 



, 7:80 p.m. — Evening Services 

GRACE BRETHREN 
CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arriagton, Paator 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Service 

MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rer. T. M. Walker, Paator 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning WordhSp 
7 :30 p.m.— Evening Worship 

OAK GROVE BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

Bwk Bav. Virarinia 

Alvia St. Clair, Paat«H- 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

, BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greenwell Rd ft Lakeview Dr. 

Bavide. Va. 

Rar. David Moore, Paator 

9:4Ba.m. — Sunday Sr-hool 
1 1 :00 a.m, — Mominer Worship 
7 :45 p.iB, — Evening Worship 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST 
CHURCH ^ ^, 

419 Glenrock Road. Norfjfflt 
Rev. Cbarlea T. Hendrk^ka 

. 9;45 a.m<-K^hvrch School 
T^l :Off a4n.-^Morming 'WordU| 
7:30 p.m.— Evening .Woi 

ST. GREGORY THE GW 
CATHOLIC CHURCH _ 

7271 Virginia Reaeh BlvATi 

Rev. Flarlaa YdialM, 9:^J% 

Rer. Paaekal Kaaljp O.SA.I 

Maraes— 6:80, 8:00, 9:30, I 

11:00 and 12:.'^0 J 

Confenions are tfh Salnr^n 

7:30-8:80 • | 

BLACKWATER BAPTIST I 

CHURCH I 

Rer. Ralpk L. Hem ' J 

10:00 a.m.— Sunday Schori. | 
1 1 :00 a.m— Morning WonMpN 
"Serving jod and the ^ 
munity of Blackwater ai 
1784" ' 

TABERNACLE METHODISI 
CHiaCH 

Princess Amw, Virglrfa 
R^bvMl H. Garaer, Miwst*' 

iBf€« am.— Church Scbod 
11 :06 a.m— Morning Worridp 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

807 - 181* Street 
Rev: Bererly Fehy 

8:30a.nv.— Wofdiip S«; 
Summer Months 
9:45 ft.m. — Church ScBOol 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Servle* 

THALIA METHODIST 

CHURCH ^ ^^ - 
Pine Ave. ft Va. Bch. Vtt^ 
Willian^ L. Aaber, Paator 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday ScboW 
1 :4 5 a.m. — Worship 



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ST. 



JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Re«. Brace B. Perktna. Paator 
1 :00 a.m. — jSundav S<*»»ool 
1 1 :0'> a.m. — Morring Worship 

6 :00 p m.— B.T.U. 

7 :00 p.m. — Evening Worship 



LO^riON B^tlOGE 
BAFTI^iT CHU»<CH 

Lo*<(len Brldsr*. Virp^nia 
G. Edward Hachet, Pastor 

8 :30 a.m. — MgfrniTig Worship 
9 :4^ a m. — R\inf1av S«'>iool 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Mbmitiir Worfship 
6 -30 p.m. — Ti-alnine Union 
7:30 p.m — Evening Worship 



FREEWILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

In Pi^»»'"w«. Virerin^a B^ach 

141S OCF.l^NA BOULEVARD 

Abr Nation on rli^t 

T. J. Ilagle, Palter 

9:45a.ra. — Sunday School 

ll:4Sa.«.^«-Worriiip Servfee 

1 'M p,mi—^nasdag S«vic« 



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FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Va Bch. Blvd., Lynrii«f«r| 
Willian H. Aeoata. MlalatM^ I 

8:46 a.m. and 11 a.m. — I 
services _^ . „ . , ' 

9:45 a.m. — Church Scbo^ 
6:30 p.m. — ^Yonth Pello 

KEMPSVILLE 
PRE.«5WYTERIAN CMUBOI 

6^0 Kemiwville Rd. 
J. L Cooaock, Paatmr 

9:40 AW, — .«?unf!«v S^'hool 
11:00 *M. — Momin<r Woi ^ 
6:00 PM. — ^Scond Sundai 
YonthF*Ilo'« " 



SYNTHETIC 
PAINTINfi 



VIRGINU BEACB-A 
domm^atum vi syirthetic 
ii^ wfll be givai bf ftasdU ' 
author of the bo<A 
Synthetic .Metfia," an FridiQr 
^ at 8 p.m. at tht 
Anne R!|^ SeimL ' 

^xjnsoredlqr tt»^rgliiia 
afy s^«ds itfi 
thaVta^dftBaaeliAil^ 
the d aa wBil r at tai ^AiA 



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Vl^lflla B««ch aJN, Tltursday, September 2, 1965 




C FRANOS LAY 
Aarimnt Ag«« 




dif to te object then in time 
«-<3oethi 



Mid ev«7 



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Mb F^ OmmdwtT agi^. I mi toU by many pi^ <nint 

♦B CMi niemben.) in tht C»y erf VlrgWa Btmh. that 

they did pot know that noiHrarm youtfi <;ouM be in 

No»f arm Ywth Can Be 441 Mraibwi 
My uttwer to than is. "Urban md arfUffbMi 
b^ and girls can mid do jcte 4-H O^ Mid de- 
rive as much ben^it and fun from 4-H acthdtlts 
J our farm youth da"* The only mpttmm^ ftr 
J^faig a 4-H aub msiftir^i that you ba between 
10 and u years of age. enieU in one project area. 
bdoog to «n org^Mi 4-H (M>. and^^i^^ to 
Hve up to the atandardi «d ideiOa «^^ «-H 
Chjb prop-am. 
'*Cr F. C«y llwre's A Preject fW Yoa 

The ne^ ^H #s<iii« i am asked are. "Weil, wh£^ can a ncm-farm 4-H 
Chi) mmAme4»V' and "We don't have room for an animal or field 
otipa pnJBA." b Viifiaia Bead) we offer 35 projects to 4-H Club 
memben. mi id th^e, only 15 require farm land and buildings. Among 
the MtovHng p^jects I am sure that ymi will find something that 
'tater^te y«u: Ekdricity. Entonology, Rod«it Control, Forestry. Rab- 
btt Pnxfa^so, (^thing, Foods awl Nutrition, Junior Leadership, Safety, 
14^ Horse and Pony Care, Dog Care. Hwtography, Home Improve- 
iiMBt. ^me Managem ti Bt , Money Man ag amant. Gardening. Home 
Grounds Beauttfication. Uwn Mower Care, Healflj, Ai^praotive Cm-c 
aoA Safety, md Career Exptoration. 

4<H Oib Rtanben Are Acttre { 
Project work ia ariy one part of 4-H. Oub members engage in many 
w^KMitfawiil ffi)d fon type activittes. IW following is only a partial list 
of «^t Virgtala Be»^ Cvb members did in local .and city wide pro- 
p-ams this past y«»: Trip to State Fair, Achievanent Day and Booth 
IX^days, Toiff of City Hall, Christmas parties, Bai^uets, Junior and 
BmAat Ctmp, Tour to National 4-H Center and Washingtai, DC. Beach 
|ia^». eltegatra to Stete 4-R 9iort CkNirse and NatiMud Citizenship 
Short Qwrae, and partidpated in local. City, District, and State judging 

and demonibviioB coHteats. 

Mb a Gtab or Fami « (SA Nam Ji 

Don't mm out on the fun and educational activities that are planned 
for this comta^ year. Join an already ^tabUshed 4-H club, or iorm a 
4-H diii In pm comimgsAy ri^ away. A volunteer lead^ and 10 
lamben is aD that is needed for a chib. Fn* more informatun m 
^M Qob won in the Oty, call me or Miss Carolyn I^tAibone, Asst. 
Hme DmoB^aUon /^eeat, at 42&4111, Extension 6. or stop in to see 
«• it dty HaU, Princ^ Anne. -.. ' ■ . ■ ^ 

JHUi a «Me new experience v^Oe 'leidmblg for Uving"^oiti a 



Btaeh Man 
IWins Award 



NORrWJC - Ihi am tbne 
tfouod, Ral^ E. Bi^ ci Virgtoia 
BMM:h mSfy htt the jMdqnt wi'h 
his eraiAiye auggMtfoai at Ford 
Motor Dmpany's NmtMe asson- 

^•^ .J .. 

P!art Man^jg mnrii T, 9m- 

yon frma^y^l^t 
ipMnpa^s mcMoMl iipiBiWBi 
twai^-Hi chedc for |I.M^ mtA Un 
choiet of a »« Ford G^Mde SOO 
fouMiotr s«Jaa or a W» Haieiry 
'Mortal two^wr aaJ Mi. ^ 

jito-. ^«n, a hoa^ a^^ to 
d« isrim departm^ wn keiored 
at a presentation lundMen by Mr. 
Runyno; T. L. Johnsmi, |4«^ng 
and enpneering manager: % S. 
Fenaer, taduit-lal relMlons num- 
a^; HaroU I. Nioni, eortndler, 
and 'H«n«B Capps, chairman of 
HatmgMk Ford CflianiiattM» 
Wiem Ccmmttiee 



Vuili^m WorU'tFlak^ 



omiiNG Events 

^epi t-lA WBfk 4, BrkOe Mtg.-7:30 P.M.. Princess Aone Fire 
StiMieB. I 

S^ 13-««vin Heists 4-H Mtg., A. P. Fentress, 7.30 P.M. 

S^ 13-T4a^«^ 4-H iftg., Stanl^ aiivers, 7:30 P.M. 
> Sept M-eoriier's 4-R Mtg., UKsm Methodist Church. 7:30 P.M. 
.irS^K. aSOcL 2-NatioDal 4-H CMb Week. 




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VmMAADOniMHTATNM 
Mf«r m^ TrMblfi 

Ator 21. eomllM JUtoey or «aJJ^ 
ipHukos tSKt l«lN IS nuy WMM 
# iMB and i^ Mkt ]M« mm mm 

lai^. yw nay hMe ilee,^ aaf 

-;^mfexSSly brtafi fwt. 




If you're luyb^ or lefliv tee 

HIRTZ BAZAAfl 

227 UtCobfiiatM. ; 
%m% ~ 5€US - SWAN ANYTMM 
» On the spot cath for all fwrliiliMf 
I ft— pickup or delivery 
» Opon 9 Til 9 - Phono 428-70M 



la d, 9-yeM--old Mr. Bum. a 
nattva of Wtlsoo, N. C, and a Ford 
ii^lp^ ri]K% June, tm, ha 
turned in 34 suggesttMS for bn- 
provtaM Ford* car and truck as- 
semWf and quality. He earned a 
$20 award in 1954 and US lart 
year. 

His suggesticp called for the 
stampmg (rf <»or innbr panels 
with tte metal raised in oda to 
eliminate the need of spacers to 
-a^KJTt decorative trim faaddtag 
on the iD^te of doors. Ms idea 
was ineiffporated ta IMS 1^ ^ 
Mercury can&. 

Mr. Bunn was hired as a jani- 
tor but has spent mrat of his Ford 
employment in the trim depart- 
ment. He is a member of the 
UAW, Moose Lodge aid Indian 
River Baptist Church. 

He is married and has four 
children and one grandchfld. The 
family lives at 916 MadJoMdd 
R(Mk}. Vlr^nia Beach 



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GILLEHE 

SLIMAUUSTABLE 
iUZOR SET 



LICENSED TO WED 



Newton • CowMid— RdM:i Ken-i 
ian' Newtqn. 20. ^ucteirt, Virginia 
Baa^ Md Mar^ Ann Onrand, 
]», \eKgA seo^Ovy. Virginia B^ach. 

dtar4Mi<Hee • McAmIm— David 
A^n^ Chnietowiec. 30. USN. 
^nv V^ N. Y., and Mary Alex- 
ander McAusl^n, 19, accMinting 
deriE. 

Zaata • DvMta|»<4Vank Janes 

' Z^fa, M, HaiC. Jacksonville, 

N. C. and Cam^ Dean Davidson, 

S|, no ooct^tttum listed. Virginia 

^»ch. 

itoed • Ctai^-^acil L. Reed, 23, 
USI4, Cho^eidce. «m1 Jran C. 
Gray, IS. iwlreSB, Virgtoia Beiach. 

Re ya ii to MBa^--<»«)ry FVat^- 
lin Rf^Mlds. 22, ^doit, Noriolk 
and Sandra Lavem MlU^, 19, 
student, Vurg'nUi Bead). 

Banes • Vlii#a^11)muis Kin- 
eaU Barnes. 27, tower operator, 
S^ FrMcisco, Cal. and Ckiudette 
AMm ItxJi^r, a, DO occii^ation 
Hrted, Vir^ato Beach. 

Tataai • SrfaNralcr - Joseph 
Raines TslMd, Jr., 32. ccmt^actor 
adn^iiatratar. miadelphto. Pa.. 
mA M«^e INwkwa^. 3B, stu- 
dent. Vii^iaia Beach. ' 
. Saaw.ffatfflBM-'RaymQnd S^ow, 
31. 0^X3, Vir^ida- Beach and Un- 
da Joan Redfidd. 23, nurse. New 
Yat a^, N. Y. 

Beariif • §nMh— R(4)eri Ardey 
B«Htk^. II. s^vice statun attend- 
wai^ V^ioia Beach and Barbara 
im^ SafiMfa, 16. m oceu^tion Urt- 
ed. Viffiiya B^eh. 

SmMaaa • ItoHda e a R ichard 
Lee DavUsin, 18, USN, New York, 
K. Y., mi Jeanne Lw Davi(feon, 
It. no d»aij^itfon ^lei, Vlivnia 
B^kA. . 

SHKOittd ' WiS»-Ervih Jacob 

Boboi^iel, III. 30, SMUI^ traia- 

, ee. Bforiolk and Jacqu83toe (k^nt 

WilUs, 18, clerk, Virginia B^ch. 

L^toehe - DavtfaacM^k Im- 
ia ItftodM. 31. UHN. Vtotfnia 
Baaeb aad Unda Sue Davidaoa. 
17. no oootfpatiaa listed. VirgiiUa 



Edward Aue, 22, siud«it. Char- 
Ic^tesville, Virginia wd Mary Mar- 
garet Belote, 21. student, Virginia 
Beadi. 

Ftayser • Kaddey — Louis C. 
Fray^er. 37. teacher. Norfolk and 
Gloria BlackweU Rackley, 38, 
teacher, Orangeburg, S. C 

JeiUdBs ■ Roaemyer— William D. 
Jenkins, 24. welder, Cauncey, West 
Virginia, and Jane M. Rcraemyer, 
20, clerk-stenogra[rf)er. Vii^nia 
Beach. 



cOMnmanTH 
oaiini f TAiiM» 

SIT IXM»i0li 

vova MAao 




Matthew J. Owaai. left, «f 130a Chewink Court with his 
■ona, Jin «ndl Bob, and kis wif«, Abb*. haTS « eo«l driak of 
WINK at tka bM|rtt»llty l«uac« Jb Mm Cmw^ Dry Exhibit 
•t th« World's Fair. Panoramic sinral in backgronad akowa 
Unispbara at nifht. 



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RUGS 
Shaw^pooo d in Your N«litM^ 

Sofaa Shampoood $12 

Chairs Shampoood $8 

Scattor Ru9s 50c 

Ftoort Washod, Waxed t BtifM $3 

<We use Johnson's Bog Wax) 

Andrews' Janttorial Service 

^; - ^ALL 393.6342 

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SIMs HeiiiM)iik 
Without Surgery 

Stops Itdi-ReRews Pain 

For the flrittlrae sclanca hai found 
n wm haalJnt iabitanca with the a«- 
twishiiif abUity to thnnk hemor- 
shoida and to relieve pain -without 
■orwri. In case after ^aae, whUe 
genUy relievliut pain, actual reduc- 
fioB (ahrlnka^) took place. Moat 
tmazlnc of all - reaulta were ao thor- 
ttagh that avfforera made aatoniahmg 
■Utemento like "Piles have ceased to 
be a nroMaml" The secret is a new 
healing subsUnce (Bio-Dyne«)-di8- 
eovary of a world-famous research 
laatitute. This substance is now avail- 
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called PreiHirttttoa H*. At a^l dru| 
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PAYMENT FOR 45 DAYS OR TAKE 

12 MONTHS TO PAY! 



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Virginia Beach SUN, "ftwrsday, S«pt«mb©r 2, 1965 



m THE OCEAN FRONT 

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MIDNIGHT LABOR DAT 



FRR emeus ACTS 




2 AaS DAH.Y 

2:S0 AN0 !• P.M. 

"TSCAS TOMMY'S 

mmmmmmmmmmummm 



THI "eANARlH" 

OF SPAIN 
' — IN PERSON — 

An»iAmNO NfTELY 

N Oar Beautiful Ballroom 



JAM SBSIONS 

EVERT SAT. A SUN. 

FROM U A.M. 

F*MtirlBf S Gr«at Baa^ 

THB "CANARflS" 

— Plus — 

WUUaM A«tl»«7 a«d tk« 

Sis Faatabttlou* Adrian* 

witk tka Bif ".006 Souad" 




# JAM SESSIONS WEEK. 
DATS FJtOM 3 P.M. 



GIGANTIC LABOR DAT 

niUEWCHUCS 
iON. NTR . . 10 PJW. 



Farawall Ta Tha Caaariat 

Mwi. NifB.f Sept. 6ni 
LAST TEENAOE NITE 

Caaariat Play E«p«ctaIIy 
For TaajBMarf Last NJlta 01 

(Oaly Soft Drialu SaM) 



• Bath Ha«M^ * RafraakaMBt Stands Opaa Daily • A.M. 

ALWAYS FREE ADMISSION TO THE PARK 



^IO-ATTRAaiONS-50 



Plus Staffa Fan With Unala Jin — Cartoans, Saa Hamid 
NEXT ATTRACTION STARTS SUNbAT, SEPTEMBER 4 




Nav^ LianlMMal (Jnnlar ffiwia) Jakn R. Shannen Jr.. 
son of Navy CoHina«dwr j(R«t.> ^^* ^' Skannoa of 437 E. 
PlanUtian Raad, has «ada his first solo tlif ht in a tnUnar 
aircraft at %hm Naval Tachai««l Training CanUr in Pansaaala, 
Fia. Ha is centlnaiBf> his f U«kt training at Pansacola, loading 
to dasignation as aa aviatar and tha coTOtad "Wiags of Gold. 

<U. S. Navy Offialal photograph) 




— Virginia B^di Theatr 

BEACH BAYNE 

25lh & Atlantic 17th & Atlantic 



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Agricultural Agent 



J^%. "DICK" COCKRl 




4i 



VVED., THURS., FRI., SAT. 
S«|N«mb«r 8-11 

THE AST OF 
LOVE 



J^mes Garner 

EIke Sommer' 

Dick Van Dyke 

Featuret 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



WH>. THURS., FRI., SAT. 
September KIT 




What's New 
Pussycat? 



UHrriDAirmn 

ffOHMCOLM* 



ElkUiDi^ ENCEPHALOMmjnS 
BB AKEl«iG SICKNSSS B« HORSBS 

ftm% iur^l Itat a rmrh& of inquiries recently regwding «9iii)e 
.mcephaltmyirittii or ^eping sicioiess is bgrses and ponies. 

Ecpiine enc^^ialmiyelttis is an acute vkid ktfei^ba ol honei aad 
}omes chartK^riMd by central ner>^)us dUhirbaaceii and a hi^ tags- 
tality rate. It iiM been recognized in man, ^ibts maamxiA waA binki. 

Birds are th« mort coimnon vert^rMe heat and are {NN^Mb^ tha 
resorvdrt (tf iafectbl ii nature. Spread is unudly by mea» of bkod^ 
iucldng«ttbr<H)Dd vectorv. Several spedes ol m o w piitD ei . diidKii nKas. 
Kime species of Uce and the assanih bi^ we tefloe of the arttin^Kids 
Jhat can spread the disease. ^ 

V^ vidl^ wp&^>0a» imy taKlude fevo-, impaired visim. irregular 
1^, cirdtag to oaa Ale, incoo^iation, yawi^, grmdtalg of the le^, 
jrowsMH. tebl^ to iwalbw. paralysis and de^. One or o^ <*ofli- 
linatibo ol thm lynaptims B»y be ,(4»»rved 

Hm ikmmtm bt coafUMd with rdbiaa, mtddy-con pi^Hnii^ tsA 
v^arkMS huKtj meM pniiiiiiiigs. 

Sw» ft an afo!t tonm, tt is extremdy inqxHtant to aacure a 
defUto AapMis I7 a vdtatento as soon as any of the tixm aymp- 

Hiere Is m njelJieteirtfeBnt iSlb^Wmi^r^^Bim arv^mied 
IS they ^i^eor but rec9V||y ii no^ to9 frequ^ ui^ opc^^^ ja^Mll^. 

rtd most ^fe(^ m^l'of con^i^ ie dtoar ft laiwiHtw 
Saccbal^ ag«R«t eqiA^ ffl^r^halon^^ds^is effective a^ diMd 
■» used iwitiody. Aluhopk dMJidd be ^en two doses of the vo^m 
M4 «^ i|M^ dwlf4 W spring <rf the year, lliis ^aoM be repeated 
9v«y yMT. 

The pnam ql tiba tfaeMt has been eoiAnaid. Bevend no^paclsd 
^asesjm Wag iav«l^tod-at|M*eaent for canfhma^tiit. I am sii^est- 
ing to al' horse owners M Tta^^ua Bm(^ that tte foUewiag meanffa 
'3e tafcen. - - > - • , .j 

1. .OMstA four i^iiiariaB about 6)e advisab{% of ^^cdMO^ 
lioae horKS and ponhes that hive not been vaccinated during fl|e pfttt 
:welve months. 1^ is especially impmrtant fa- those of ym «te a» 
ilanntog to tdte your siimals to horse dwws this fi^ IMs ifcodd be 
Jone iiranediatdy because it takel rixHit two weela, for tanmuntty to 
Jevdop f(dk>wing llw second l^jectimi of ^. vaccine, so time is im- 
portant. J 

%, Keep tiie hffl*ses froio befaig trftten Ijy nMacpiitoes m ntocn as* 
oossible. Use Insect r^Uants, elinoinaite mosquito breecttng places, ete. 
HequeA a copy (dm^ newsletter dates August 11, for fly control. Hiis 
will also control mosquitoes. 

3. Keep Uie animals staMed irt i^t if al aU pMslble. 

4. May t entf^ascce now the need fau* annual va^natuyi in tiie 
spring. Cacmk witti yoor w^erinarian about tiie cost and alivisid)i% 
of pitting your hors^ under a regular health [^gr«n. 



Features: 7, A, 6, 8, 10 



Use Sun Classified Adi 



HIRRTV 

SALES & SERVICE 
• RENTALS 

Pheoe 3404888 

2304 Va. Beach Sivd. 
(London Bridge) 



ioiier the world of toMeleeirie Uvlmg. 

Thlld MedalHo. enAlem invHe. you «ta a w^ijM where everydiin| you .ee^ fi«. comfort .^ 
A €^H7^rf^ e.„ ol for you-^fectrkally. ^eetrie heating or year 'rmmd cHmate conA- 
r^ F^^^Ekctric qufck-recovery water heating. Li^t for Uving. FuU housy ower 
S-^ t^« m^or eS convenici^ AU electric. Rameleu. lJnbeIievd>ly eco- 
»W«ntoiay. StaiB^dem tomorrow. Wouldn't tht be a «« way to Mvet 



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BEACH'S 



'Most BccnrmG n 

NIGHT CLUB" 



CHILDPN1 
HOME SOCIETY 

VIRGINIA BEAOI - Ihe local 
fund raistog coi^gn for tl» 
CMldien's Home Sedily will be 
.bdM S^. 7, IJbn. K Lawsen 
Miles. Jr., diahmati^ has an- 
notttKed: 

Mrs. Hi^ is addi^ toe peqpl? 
(rf Vfa^nia Baach to give g^- 
<R»ly m this year's cmnpai^. i!» 
need li ptntlia than ev^. This 
is true Ana^mit ^ stot» and 
unlMs evecymfi M^, the Saai^ 
will not be ^e to fumi^ servke 
to alt tte iitfaots who need a^ist- 
ance. 

^ Last year the Soctety receivaJ 
into care a09 bi^tos aid placed 
m to ak^ve hemes. 



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THE HIGHWAYMEN 

Augutf 31 - September 2S 

Plus^tidavater's Onlv 

DANCWG DISCOTHi9U{ A MOVIES 

l0Ot^ANNY CONT|St-E*ary Monday Nita 
16th apd AdanUc Avaawa 
For Jt«sarv(MtoM Call 428-86a5 
OP$N T»»tf NlGHTL'^! 



MAN DIES 

VOtGINU BEACH-^ Navy en- 
listed meto was found dead ftcm 
a gun^t .wouikl in hi$ Araflsna 
VilEa^ home last Pri^y ni^t. 

TkmU J(ssfl) Gm^, 41. sta- 
timsd at Oceana Naval Air ^ 
tion was fouid ifead about 8:60 
p.m. in his &illlv8n Boulevard 
home. 

Police imnstigating the Aa^ 
Iqg stf ^ waund was s^te 
flMt 

Qrocto. a »^ nw la toe 
Nawy hai bawi l^tog to Viipria 
9&Uk t« ^ ^sts. 



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l^ch SUN, "rtwrsday, September 7, ^65 




ii^m ShaiMi, Exalted RuUr of Elk* Lodf* No. 2268 ••II* 

ttHifirat ticket to Mrt. A. H. Culpopper. right, ■• Mi^. Dyer, 

Jltractef of Nurses at Virginia Beask General Hospital, looks 

1^* . ' .lii.*;--.,^. 



ELKS 




4« VIRGINU BEACTt-EDcs Lodge 
No. 2M, of Virginia Beach and the 
Virgiiua Beach Council of Gardt^n 
Clubs have kicked off a campaign 
to sdl tickets to a concert by the 
B<^s Town Qioir to ba presented 
alt 8:15 p.m., Novotiber 22, at the 
V^ B. Shqpiherd avic Center. 

J(to Shand. the Exalted Ruler 
o( the Lodge, at a banquet held 
last Friday at the Pine Itce Inn, 
sakl the proceeds will be used for 
the EDts reHef fund and the new 
Virginia Beach Geno-al Hospital. 
Sh^ said the money wUl ^ f plit 
evady bHween the causes. 
' Sfand wait oi to say the EBa 
are goii% to present the mon^ to 
tile hwpM Tamer than buy a 
{»ece d equi{Hnent that the lioppi- 
Ud Bii^ rot need right away. 



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REMOVE 
WARTS! 

Anwiac CoBnam^ DIaaohrM 

CmniBoa Warta Away 
WltkiQitt Cattii« or Burning 
Do^Mai warn pudung <v scratch- 
ing at irarts may cause bleeding, 
mntAmgr Now wtnaring Com- 
M»il^W* penetmtea into warta, 
deatroya tbair oelk. actualbr n^ta 
wxt» smmy ^ntiiout cutting or 
teraiog. Paialase, colorless 
Compound W, used as directed, 
r^noves conunon warta safely, 
•ffecUvdy, leavea no ugly acara. 



SELLING 



Tfee EBts and the Garden Cubs 
hope to sell more than 2000 tick- 
ets for the com&t ' 



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JOUR 
FLOORS 



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EXCELON 

PLASTIC 

FLOOR TILE 




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LINOLEUM & TILE CO. 
Phone 627-8661 
1225 W. 25tli St. 




FUEL OIL 

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Why take less than 
Ih© b^? Top - qual- 
ify fuel oil gives you 
mofe contort per 
dollar because it 
urns cleaner and 
reduces nrKjre heat, 
ail us for the finest 
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VNRNNIA BEAqiVA. 

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• lEOALNOTICB 

C0MM(»mf:ALT1I OP VIRGINIA 
la the Clerk*! Ofllea of flM 
Orcrit C«ff< of tke O^ rf ffr. 
gl^a Bcaelk Va. 

FALA CORPORATION, 
Oxnplainart, 

V. 

JOHN FENTRESS, m CBfton 
Place, BnxAlyn, New YoA; 
MARY MAGADALENE WALTllRS, 
79 Pov^ Street, Ansonia Derby, 
CoiUMCticut: LENA MAE C3UW- 
PORD, 19W N 18th Sreet, PWta- 
delphia, Pwinsylvaniau JOHN 
FENTRESS. JR.. 251 ClRdo Place. 
Brooklyn, New York; ROSA FEN- 
TRE^. 206 E. Olney Roa^l, Nor- 
folk, Virginia: FRIEDA OSBORN, 
3747 TapsccM Street, BnxAlyn 
New York; VIVIAN MTJIXEN3.. 
3747 "ftiiae^ Stt^, Brooklyn, 
New York; LEROY FENTRESS, 
JR., 306 W. 93rd Street. N2w York. 
New York; CARRIE L. FEN- 
TRESS, 1334 Ann Street, Ndrfolk. 
Virginia; JESSIE BRITT. 385 N. 
Witch Duck Road, Virginia Beach, 
Virgifia; RTCHSIID 
N. Witch Ihjck Road. Virspnia 
Beach, Virginia; AUCE WIL- 
LIAMS. Address Unlpiown: LEROY 
FENTRESS. Addr^ Unknown. 
WILLIE FENTRESS, Ad''.fess Un^ 
known; JOHN THOMAS FEN- 
TRESS. Address Unknown; ES- 
MOND WILLIAMS, Deceased. 
EMILY WILLIAMS, a/k/a EMILY 
WILLLVMS RIDDICK. Deceased; 
ELIZA WILLIXMS SECKELS. De- 
ceased; HARRIET WILLIAMS 
STEPHENS. Deceased; ALFRED 
WH.LIAMS, Decwwi; NELSON 
WILLIAMS, Deceawd: PENNY 
WILLIAMS. Deceased; ALFRED 
STEPHENS, Deceased: AMELIA 
STEPHENS, Deceased; USATAS 
STEPHENS^ Deceased; NELSON 
WILLIAMS, JR., Deceased; 
OSCAR WILLIAMS, Deceased; 
BONNIE SPADY. Deceased; AN- 
NIE SPADY, a/k/a ANNA 
a»ADY. Deceased; SADIE 
SPADY. Deceased, and EMMA 
STEPHENS, Deceased, or if any 
o! the above named defendants 
be not living, tfien ttiek heirs or 
devi»»as, together v>\tii any and 
all (^lar parsons, knonn or un- 
known, who may have an intere^. 
right, title, or claim in aid to be 
propoly sought to be partitioned 
ui this proceedings, are the owners 
or have an^ interest therein, 
De'rin^snts. \ _^^ - '- 

Cta^er of Piddlcaflai . 
11» d[)iect (rf this yuit k 1©^ 
partition the hereinafter described 
real ^-op^r in «]e of the modes 
prescribed by law, to adjudicate 
^ fee sim^ mmetn ci sa^ 
property, and to enforce t^ 
rights of the complainant undo* 
an option agreoneiit dated March 
S, 1965; said prop^ situate in 
the City of Virginia Beach, Va., and 
hdng more particulwly boumfed 
and described as folbws, tn-wit; 
All flwt c«4ain piece or parcel 
of bnd, togetba- with the im- 
provonents thei^n and the a))- 
purtenances thereunto bdong* 
Ing, situate lying and being 
located North of Vh"gin'a Beach 
Boulevard (U.S. Route 58), and 
fanmediately on ^ West side of 
Witeh Duck Road (formerly Bay- 
side Road) in Bavside Borough 
of tfje City ol Virginia Beach, 
and more parUcularlv bounded 
and described as follows: 
BEGEVNING at a point in the 
West boundary line of Witeh 
Duck Road (formerly B^ysids 
Road) which point d beginning' 
is located N. IS'SO* E. 87.0 feet 
from the North boundary line 
of Richard Road, and firom said 
point of ^ginning running thence 
N. IR'SC E. along the Wwt 
boundary line of tiie aforesaid 
Witeh D'ck.Road, 235.55 feel 
to a point in the west bcnindary 
Road; thence running N i2''05'- 
30" E. along the west boundary 
liAe of the aforesaid Witch Duck 
Road. 279.25 feet to a point ui 
the West boundary line of fhe 
aforesaid Witch Duck Road: 
thence turning and running N. 
76°^'10" W. S8.66 feet to 3 
point; thence turning and running 
S. 44°30'40" W. 481.48 feet to a 
point; thence turping and run- 
ning S. eS'SB'lO" E. 782.11 feet 
to a point in the west Iniundar/ 
line of the aforesaid Witch Du^'k 
Road, which point is also the 
point and place of beainning, and 
containing 7 acres, more or le^s. 
An affidavit having been made 
that the addresses of the following 
defendants, Alice Wll'iams, Lawy 
Fentress, Willie Fartress, and 
John TtuHnas Fentr^s. aro ua- 
kiK>viai; and that the following de- 
fendants are nonresidents of Uie 
Commonwealtii of Virginia, and 
Uiat their last known post office 
addresses were as follows: John 
Fentress, ffil Clifton Place, Brook- 
lyn, New York; Mary Magada- 
iene Walters, 79 Powe Street. 
Anscmia Derby, Connecticut; Lewa 
Mae Crawford, 1927 N. lOh Street. 
PhUadelphia. Peni^yWania; Joiin 
Fentress. Jr.. 251 Clifton Place. 
Brooklyn. New York; Frieda Os- 
born, 3747 Tapscott Sreet, Brook- 
lyn. New York; Vivian Mutois, 
3747 Taysccrtt areet, BrooMyn, 
New York; Leroy Fentress, Jr., 
308 W. 39th Street, New York, 
New Y«*; or^ tiay be not living, 
tt)^ ^rs or an^ o%r persons. 
yA» may have an iniatA In thki 
matter a«i tiurt due dlll^nce 



• L^ALNOtlCB 



has beoi uaed by and <» hAtU 
d the ooiiH>laiaant to «eertaln 
^ naniM aod/or tMttsm 
wlAout effect 

It is ordwed that fte idwfe 
mentkxMd partks, uid Mrs ?r 
otiier pentma » th^ heirt , who 
may lunw aft IntM^ in this mat- 
to- aa devlMes and ai^n, ai^ 
hereby required to a|^>ear 
within ten (10) da^ afttf 
diM pubUcati<n here^ and do 
i^Mtt may be necoaary to pro- 
tect tiieir respective iirteFeat; mid 
H is 'ftn-tho' oda^ that a 
copy of tids on)« be putod In 
the front ol die Cwttihovm d the 
Ciraitt Court oC the C% of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, not less 
tiian tai (10) days bef(»» appli- 
cation for appolndiMB$i'^ com- 
missioner is miKle herdn. and that 
c<^ies of this ordw be at the 
s»ne time mailed to mm-mident 
defendants at Uie post (tffice ad- 
dn»8 appearing in the atfldavit. 
It Is ftu-tho- (M-dered tiiat the 
above portion <rf tlili order ije 
publMied OTce a we* (or four 
(4) consecutive wedw in the Vir 
gbia B^ch Sun, a newspaper 
having gmeral cinnilation in (t» 
City d Virginia Beach. Virginia. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FEJITRE^ % 

By: J. Curtis Friiit, D.C. 

Mr. Alien J. Gwrdon, p.q. . 

P.O. Box 1S265 
Great Bridge Stotk>n, 
Chesapeake, Virginia ^U^ 



of 971 fed aloqg ^ SoHOMni, 

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MmCE 



Virginia: 



The regular meeting o£ flie Coun- General Comnerdal Diatrtet I 
cil of the aty of Virginia Beach (C-G 1) and a Use permit to 
will be held in the CIrcutt Court operate an automobile garage antf 
on Monday. September 18. 1965 body repair Aop on certain prop- 
at 2 o'clock P.M. at whidi time erty located at the Southeast inter- 
persons will be heard for and secUon of Great Neck Road and 
against the foDowIng proposed Poyner Lane. Fronting ^y^ 



changes of zoning, use penniti^ 

ete.: "" ^ 

I. Applicatten of Nor-Wffls In- 
vestm^ Inc. by James and Cut- 
solvo f^ a duuige of zoning from 
Multlple-FunHy Resldoice I^rtrfct 
(R-M) to Umited Conrnioxlal Dis- 
trict 1 (C-L 1) of certain (ffqwrty 
located 200 feet West of ^tdidudc 
Road, beginning at a p^nt 200 
feet West of Ferry Plantatloo 
Itoad. A distance of 330 fe^ more 
or less along the feastem pnxpMy 
line, a distance of 730 feet mme 
SiWtWiag file Northern propa*ty 
line (Aragona Village). A distance 
of 530 feet along the Western prop- 



Williams Cemetery), a distancej^ 
600 feet more (mt less aki^ Um 
Southern property line, Baysido 
Borough. 

II. Application of Nor-WIDs In- 
vestment Inc. l^ James and Cpn- 
solvo. Attorneys, for a change of 
zonii^ from Residrace Suburban 
District (R-S 4) to Mukiple^family 
Residence IMstrict (R-M) and 
General CwnmMvlal District 1 (C 
G 1). 

Parcel 1: to be General Commer- 
cial District 1 (C-G 1), of certain 
property fronting 200 feet on the 
South side of Haygood Road, be- 
ginning at a point 200 f eet m ore 
or less West of Betty Williams 
School. A depth (rf 200 feet along 
the Eastern and Weston property 
line, a width of 200 feet al(Hig fiie 
Southern property line. 

parcel 2: To be Multiple-Family 
^tesjdence District (R-M). Certain 
property beginning at a point 800 
feet West of Haygood Road (be- 
hind Betty Williams School) a 
distance of 942 feet ak)ng the 
Western property line (Eastern 
property line of Betty Williams 
School), a distance of 989.25 feet 
along the Northern propwty line, 
a combined distance d 1371 feet 
more or less along the Eastern 
prc^rty line, a distance of 840 
feet atong the Soutiiem property 
line. (Containii^ 19 acres, more or 
less). Bayside Borou^. 

in. Application of Lovie V. Dav- 
enport for a change of zoning fnnn 
Residence Suburban District 4 (R- 
S 4) to Limited Ckxnmerclal DIs-. 
trict 2 (C-L 2) of certain property 
located at the Southeast intersec- 
ti<m d Sedgefieki Avenue and Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard, frothing 
lao feet on the South side of Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard, a depth of 
1^1.43 fei^ along the East ^ of 
Sedgefidd Avenue. A combined 
wid^ of 123.03 fe^ aloi% Ute 
Southern property llne^ a d^Jth of 
144.96 feet along the Eastern (Hop- 
ertv line. Bayside Borwi^. 

IV. Application of R. I. Mardi- 
baidc bxc a Use Permit to opi^^ 
an soi^snMtic car wash <» eartain 
property fronting 990 feet ot Ihe 
South dde of Witchduck Road, be- 
ginning /at a point 418.78 feet Wrat 
<rf Jacqueline Avaiue. A dq?lh of 
120 feet abmg the Eastern and 



ertv line. Bayside Borough 

V. AiH)Ucati<Hi d Good News 
Baptist ChOK* for a Use Pemit 
to operate a Parochial Gnonanar 
Sdiod ^ ^dergarten m ce^ 
tato pnqjerty fronting 375 feet (m 
tbeSoi^ ride of Indian Ittver 
Road, he^i^ at a pohit one- 
half mik man w less Eait of 
KempsvOa iload. Bavliig a d^tli 
of «» feet along the Eaatern and 
Weatare pcopet^ lines and a iritti 



VL i^piHcatipB d h. Deugfea 
Wildoif fer a Vm fmM'io op»- 
tibt a Pwfc MOi Bicnattoaal faefl- 
itiM Qfk a pu^ d bod capita- 
Ing s ac^aa mn«ar laaa. Fronting 
100 feiK «n a« Sootti ^e of Ner- 
fdk mi SouthHD Railroad right 
of wi^. bagiiu^ at m poiat OO 
feat roon or tes Wait of TtoM 
C^ with ite intenet^ida wtth 
VorWk «d Southemi Raihiiad 
r^^ d way. A comlrinad dlrtJUKe 
<rf 675 feet atong the Ei^rn {Htp- 
ety Itaie. a omdUned distence of 
1200 feat atong ibe Southern prq>* 
erty line (Tibidia Ontk), a def^ 
of 950 feet akx^ the Weatem prop- 
erty line. Said propexty being Lot 
74 wd a fortioD of Lc^ 209 plat 
of Sheldon Farm. Kempaville Bor- 
ough. 

VII. AppUcati^ d Vangutfd 
Inc. by James and C^maolvo for a 
change <rf »>ntog fr«n Rnkknce 
Suburban IHstrict 4 (R45 4) to 
Limited OoRvnercial Distri<^ % 
(C-L 2) on certain property front- 
fa^ an.86 feel on tte N(^ si^ 
of Virginia Beadi Bo^evard. be- 
ginning at a point ISO feet more 
or less East of North Plioa Trail. 
A d^ of 189.30 feet akiog the 
Western property Itoe. a wkith of 
114.80 f«t along the Nwrtfiera 
propety Itoe anda d«fth d 308.55 
feet akmg the Eastern property 
line. Lynnhaven Boroi^. 

Vm. Ap^ieation of Boy L. De- 
Hart fa* a duoge d aonii^ frma 
limited CemnMrcial 1 (C-L 1) to 






f^OMWfrtng %M •am. Lpa^ivm 



on the Southwest side of Gre^ 
Neck Road, fronting 375.84 feet 
on the Southeast side of Poyner 
Lane. A distance (rf 580 fert more 
or less along tiie Eastern proporty 
line. Said prop^ being triangular 
in shape. Lynnhaven Borough. 

IX. AK)licaUon of John E. Wel- 
chel for a Use I^ermit for an addi- 
tiwi to an exiting borrow pit. 
Fronting 548 feet (» the West side 
d South Birdneck Road, a depth 
of 1246 feet along the Southern 
jffopwty line, a width <rf 536 feet 
idong the Western property, line 
and a depth of 1309 feet atong the 
Northern property line. Contoining 



erty line CAropw'VI^.T'^jmT^a^ or less. Princess 

Anne Borou^. 

X. AppUcatkm Of W. W. (Miver 
Jr. for a dhange d wring fi*toi 
Multiple-Family Residence District 
<R.M) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 1 (C-L 1), on certain proper- 
ty fronting 150 feet on the East 
skte of Princess Anne Road, be- 
ginning at a point 890 feet North 
of Indian River Road. A depth of 
150 feet along the Northern and 
Southan property line, a width of 
150 fert atong the Eastern proper- 
ty line. Princess Anne Borou^. 

XI. AppUcation of Tidewater 
General C^rporatton by Tlieodae 
Kruger for a Use Permtt to con- 
stnK^ 20 apartmoJt units on cer- 
tain property froi^g 139.4 feet 
on the South skle of PInewood 
Road, beginning at a point 140 
feet West of Holly Road. A depth 
of 160 fert along the Weatem iM?op- 
erty line, a wWth of 125.4 feet 
along the Southern property line 
and a depth of 100.5 feet akmg 
the Eastern property line. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

Xn. AppUcation of A. J. FlaCo- 
mio and Langley P. Land for a 
change of zoning from One-Fanuly 
Reskience District (R-D to Multi- 
ple-Family Residence District (R- 
3) and a Use Pomit to construct 
38 apartm«it units at the North- 
east Intersection of 12th Street and 
Cartwri^ Avenue fronting 275 
feet on the North Side of 12tii 
Street, fronting on ti)e East skle 
of Cartwright Av«iue a width of 
175 feet along tiie Nortiiem prop- 
erty line and a deptii of 1« feet 
along the Eastern property line. 
Vlr^nla Beadi Borou^. 
* Xm. AK>lication of LyniAavoi 
Academy by Arthur F. Seabeneck 
for a Use Permit to t^rate A 
Undo^fartM and nursery on cer- 
tain property fronting 100 feet on 
ttie East side of Great Neck Road, 
beginning i^ a point 1000 feet 
SoSrf Cape Henry Drive. Hav- 
ing a depth of 342.82 feet along 
the Southern property line, a 
wMtii of 100.82 feet along the East- 
ern property line, and a deptii of 
328.98 feet along the Northern 
property line. Lynnhaven Borou^. 
XIV. Application of Donovan E. 
Bonnev for a diange of zoiring 
from fl/^ksice Subwi>an Di^ict 

^^ ,^^. ^ .... s (R^ J) to GoM^ Bidttrtrial 

Westini iffopwty line, a width of District 2 (M-I 2) ami a Use ?&■ 
90 feet akm the Soutiiwn prop- mit fur an automobile service rta- 



XV. Appttcatkn of W. T. Unde- 
maan t» a dtaoge d m^ frtm 
A^iculturtf Dtafrtot (A-tU to Res- 
Uence Sidwrban District S (R-S 3) 
Limited Camanerdd INstrlet l (C 
L 1), G«i«al Commercial IMstri<* 
1 (C-G 1), and Geimai Conroer- 
dal District 2 (C-G 2). 

■H) be R-S 3: Certain jm^rty 
fronting 1564.10 fe^ on ttie South 
skie of Dam Neck Road, b^buriiy 
1^ a point ISOO feet East d Ocea- 
na Bo^evard. having a d^)tii d 
203.90 feet ak» gthe West«ti prop- 
a-ty line ,(^oparty now oe for- 
mwly Widgewi). a wktth <rf 1599.15 
fwt along the Soutiiern property 
line (propaly now « fwtiwrly Up- 
ton and Gilbert), a deptii of 189.59 
fe^ alwig tiie Easiem property 
Une (property now or fwroerly 
Malbon and Beasley). Containing 
22.429 acres. 

To be Kccluded frwn the above: 
to be C -L 1; Certain 
pn^erfy fronting 350 feet more or 
less on the Soutii side of Dwi 
Nedr'Road. be^nntng at a p«nt 
1500 feet East of Ocemia Boute- 
vard. Having a d^ of 203.90 
feet afcng the West«Ti prop«-ty 
line, a combined dlstuice of 770 
feet more or less along the South- 
ern pr(q)erty line, a width of 150 
fe^ ak)ng tiie Eastern pr(^>erty 
line. \Tvfv:, i ■ 

Parcel 2 to be C-t 1: C«iain 
prM>tfty fronting 680 feet tm tiid 
South side of Dam Neck Road, 
beginning at a point 2380 feet 
East of Oceana Bculevard. Having 
,a deptii of 150 feet along the East- 
em and WestCTj pn^wty lines, a 
width of 668 feet more or less 
along tiie Southern property linfe. 

Parcel 3 to be C-G 1: Certain 
prq)«^ fronting 200 feet on the 
South sWe of Dam Neck Road, be- 
ginning at a point 1850 feet nrMH'e 
or less East of Oceana Bouftvard. 
Having a depth of 150 feet along 
tiie Eastern and Wei^ern property 
lines and a wiitth of 200 feet along 
tiie SoutiiOTi property line. 

Parcel 4 to be C-G 2! Certain 
property fronting 225 feet on the 
Soutii side of Dam Neck Road, be- 
ginning at a point 2150 feet more 
or less East of Oceana Boulevard. 
Having a distance of 300 feet 
atong tile Southerti and We^rn 
property lines, and a combined 
distance of 190 feet alongfthe East- 
wn property line. Princess Anne 
Borou^, ™"*""^'^"' 

JOHN V. FENTOESS, (^ty (Serk 

By: Margaret M. Hood, D.C. 

9-^2t 



• LiOALNOnCS 

TASCElt B—A'p^pdoA «iia- 
mart and i^ d wqr fv tiie en- 
atnM:tt(», j^M-atkni and maiale- 
nmce d M^aem Un^ tadlM^ 
tocludi^ ai^aod oecaMiry at- 
tachmmts and q^rtenam*aa 
tiiereto, akn^ ttid contiguous to 
tile proposed Smithw^ ri^ of^ 
way liiw of saM Holland Road 
from opposite aptmximate ^atiwi 
6 pliM 34 to (^^loslte ^ifKOximate 
^tlM 8 plus 9S. 

"rte above parties are hertkf 
m^fied tiiat ti^ Stj^^^4Iighway 
CmunissifflMr d Vli^nia mil wi 
tiie 24tii day (^ SepUmber, 196S, 
at 9:10 o'ctodc A.M., or' as wm 
tiwrfrnfto* m coii^l may be 
houd, move tiie Judge of tiie C^- 
cuit Court of tile City d Virginia 
Beach, at Qie Courtlmise at Prin- 
ces Anne, for t^ appoii^nMt of 
CommiMioners to asi^tain which 
wfll constibtfe ^ c(Mi^>en$ati<Ni 
for the lands above described be- 
lon^ng to you, which the State 
Hitfiw ay C^ommissiwi prapomt to 



Uon and bulk stora^n^ant on 
S^ 10, plat of Oconee Park. Front- 
ing 225 feet to tiie North fflde d 
Vii^inia Beach Boulevard, beglit- 
ning at a potat 455 feet more or 
leas West of Byrd Lane. Having 
a deptii <tf B3 feat toon or hsa 
ak»% tiie EK^en pcoperty line, 
a wkkh of » feet akni the South 
aide of Oeooaa Aevnoa and a 
dqitii d 6M feet nore or leaa 
tSiBK^ the IP Bi tem praporly ttae. 



VIRIIINUK 
b ttie Oerk's office of tiie Cir- 
cuit Coort <rf tite CUy of Vtagtah 
Beach <ta tiie 27tti day of Augost, 
1965. 

STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA, Petitioner, 
V. . 
THELMA M. WASHINGTON and 
FRED WASHINGTON, her hus- 
band; ,njDITH MILLER, widow; 
EUGKENE H. BfllLLER, unmar- 
ried; GLADYS L. BROWN and 
WILLIAM LEE BROWN, her 
huM>and, c/o JUDITH MILLER, 
4629 Holland Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. . 
ANN M. SIVERS, JESSIE W. SI- 
VERS, GEORGE MILLER, 
ELIZABETH M. SELBY. DAN- 
IEL MILLER, and If tiiey be 
dead, their survivii^ spouses, 
hdrs at law, devisees or assigns, 
except those named above, 
whose names aro unknown, and 
their respective/'lien creditors, if 
any tiiere be, and all otiier per- 
sons who aro or may be li^- 
ested in the propaty to be con- 
donned In these.prooeedings,t all 
ol said parties bong her^ 
proceeded against by the gener- 
ic description of "Parties Un- 
known," Defendants. 

Order of PaUteatiiM 
Ifie object of tills suit is for the 
petitioner to acquire by condem- 
natiwi tiie fee sknple titie, includ- 
ing but not limited to, all ease- 
ments of access, light and air, in- 
cklent to the lands ^alHitting upon 
said propoly taken for a limited 
access highway, and upon aiqr 
ramps, loq» or c(Hinections alk or 
with intersecting highways, and 
all rights d ingress and egre^ to 
and from the said road, said par- 
cel of land to-be taken being de- 
scribed as foQows: 

PARCEl. A— Being as shown on 
Sheet 501-S of tiie plans to be 
used for Route 44, State Highway 
Project 0044-134-101, R/W 201, and 
lying on tiie southwest (left) side 
of Holland Road baseline and ad- 
iaceirt to tiie exi^ng southwest 
right of way line d Holland Road 
from tiie lands of tiie landownw 
ooposHe apmtHcbnMe Stilton , i 
i^us 00 to the lands of Rodney 
Harris anl Ivia Walke Green op- 
p(^te approximi^ Station 8 plus 
84 and wmtelning 0.084 awe, more 
or less, Iffiid; and b^g a part 
of the same land acquired by the 
landowno- firwn Richard Krahen- 
blll and J«inie Krahaibill by deed 
dated Fd»iiarv 24, 1943. and re- 
ctNrded In Deed Book 216. Page 184, 
in tiia office of tiie Cleric of tiie 
Orcult Gout of tiie Ofy of Vv- 



condemn for tiie< kicatitm, con- 
struction, operation and mainte- 
nance d State Highway Rorte-4^ 
Project 0044-134-101, R/W 201, to 
tiie aty of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia; said pargel being as shown 
on pl«i ^eets attached to tlK pe- 
tition this day filed in the above 
styled cause; and to award dam- 
ages, if any, resulting to the adja- 
cent and otiier 'property of tiie 
dmters, beyond the enhanc«nent 
In value which may accruue to 
said property as a reatlt d tiie 
kx;rtion. conf^rucUon. operation 
ami maintenance of said highway. 
T!» ownership, locatton and de- 
scription of the property to be 
comJemned and Uie ea-sements in 
connection tiierewith, the nature 
of the construction and Jtiie loca- 
tion of said highway will fully ap- 
pear by reference t^ said petition 
and exhibits on file in the Clerk's 
Office of tiie said Circuit Ourt of 
Uie City of Virginia BeacA. 

Affidavit having been made that 
Ann M. Sivers, Jessie W. S Ivers. 
Geoige Miller, Elizab^h M. Sel- 
by, and Daniel Miller are not res- 
idents of the State of Virginia, 
after due diligence on the part of 
the petitioner to ascertain in what 
County or Corporation the said 
Ann M. Sivers, Jessie W. Sivers, 
George Miller, Elizabeth M. Sel- 
by, and Daniel Miller reside, "with- 
out rffect, and the heirs at law 
or devisees or assigns, if any, of 
ttWTwid Ann M. Sivers, Jessie W. 
Shrers. George Miller^^lizabeth 
U. Selbf , ar^ Danid }^t hex^ 
unknown, and tiieif respecUve.^en 
creditors and all other parties in- 
terested in these proceedings being 
unknown to the petitioner who has 
been unable to determine th«r 
names and addresses after due 
diligence upon his part to do so. 
all <rf said partips are proceeded 
against under the, general descrip- 
tion of "Parties Unknown." 

l,t is accordingly ORDERED tiiat 
tiie above named persons who are 
or may be mtere^d in the proo- 
erty to be condemned in these 
proceedings appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication of this 
Order and do what is necessary to 
prcrtect their interest. ' 

It is furtiier ORDERED, tiiat 
this Order be published once a 
week for two successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a news- 
paper published in the City of 
Virginia Beach, and that a copy 
of this Oitler be posCed at the 
front door of the Courthouse of 
tiie Circuit Court of the City 6f 
Virginia Beach. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk 
, By; J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Messrs. KeUam & Kellam, p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

** 9-24t 



9 UQAL NOTICIS 



Baaeh. Ha., an the litii i^ of 
Augurt. 1965.1 

ovam (Mr pubucahon ^ 

MARGARET HAMXCK FREE- 
yum, ttt. Plaintiff. 



WnJJAM DANA FMaEMAN, 
JR. Isft,. Defendart. 

T^ obj^ of tills suit b to ob- 
tain a divorce bma bed wA hcmrd 
from tiw saU defentont upm tiie 
pounds d cnuAroctive de.<;ertioo. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fifed tiiat ^ defendant 
is a non-reddent d' the Stale of 
Vli#ito, tfie last known post (jffice 
addTMi betaig: 41b APO. Seymwe 
Sduiira At BMe, Ctold^sboro 
North Carolina, it is ord«^ that 
he do an»ear here within 10 (t^) 
days after due p^lication hereof, 
and (to what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest to this ailt. 

A copy— T^ste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Qerk 

By J. Austin FVuit, D^C. 
Mr. FraA E. B utier. Ill, Atty. 



COMMONWEALin OF VIRGINIA 

ta ttie Oerk's (MBnx of ttie 
Cireoit Court itf flie City itf Vir> 
glnla Beadi, on Oe 20th day of 
AngDst, 1965. 

Ord» of PubUcatfen 

JOHN W. MURPHY, 
Plaintiff, 
"against | 

KATHLEEN ANNE 

TIERNEY MURPHY, 
defendant. 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tabi a divorce a vinculo matri- 
moni from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of two years 
vohintary seperation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made and 
filed Uiat tiie defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office address 
being: M8 Woodford Street, Port- 
land. Maine, It is ordered tiiat she 
do 9Dpear here within ten (10) 
davs after due publication hereof, 
and do what may lie necessary to 
protect her Interest in tiiis suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN J. FENTRESS. Qerk 

By Mary M. White, D.C. 
Brydges & Broyles 
ms Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

8-26 4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF VHIGINU 

In tiie Clerk's Office of tiie Cir- 
cidt Court d ti» C3iy of Vlr^ida 



BeMh neater BuUdir^ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 
b Ae Clerk's Office of tk« 
Circott Court jf the City of Vb-- 
glnla BcmA. Va. <m tte Mb Ap 
•I Augwit. 1185. I 

CMer of PubHcatloH 
WILLUM CHARIM -^"^:r 
PERUINFEIN. ' tWj* I » 

Plaintiff, ^ | ; 

against ' ^ 

WJBY J. PERLENFEIN, : 

l>efer^ant. 
'n» di^ ^ tills wit is ta 
obtain a divoroe a vinculo matri- 
moni from the said d^endant, 
upon the grounds of continuous 
seperation, uninterrupted and with- 
out cohabitation for a period in 
excess of two years. ^ 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tiie defendant 
is a non^-esident of the State of 
Virginia, tiie last known P. O.' 
address being; General Delivery, 
Harrisaiville, Misswiri. It is or- 
dered tiiat she do appear here 
witiiin 10 (tenX days after due 
publication' hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in tiiis suit. 
A copy— Teste ;'£- ;- '.-^^-^;_ 
JOHN V, FENTHE!^, CfeS" " 

Bv J. Curtis Fruit, D, C. ^^1 

H. iHowalchick, Att?: 



* 



Steingold. Steingold & CSiovlte 
319 Town Point Bldg, 
Norfolk, Va. 



-aS:; 




c6iviM(mwiiU.TH of VW 

In the Clerk's Office of' ttie 
Circolt Court of ttie City of V|r- 
gbda Beach, Va on ^ 6tii day 
of August, 1965. 

Order d Pablicatlon 

KATHLEEN C. PpiCE. 
' Plaintiff, ' , ^, 
against 

FRANK LESOY PRICE, 
Defendant. 
' file object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce from tiie bond of 
m^rimony from the saia de- 
f^dant, upon the @xxmds of de- 
sertiMi. 



And an affidavit having been 

made and filed thalf tiie defendant , 

is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being: 868 River Road, 
Swedeland. Pennsylvania. It is 
ordaed that he do appear here 
withto 10 (ten) days after due , 
publication hereof, and do what 
may he necessary to protect his ■. 
Intwest in this suit. ,,^ 

A copy— Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, derk >J 

Bv J. Curtis Fruit. D. C. 
Cariton & Wright, Attys. ^ *" 
2508 Pacific Avenue ^ • 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

8-12 4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In tfie aeifs Office d the - 
Court of (he CUy of Vh-glnia 
Beach. Va., on ttie 6th day of 
August, 196. 

Order of ^blication 

RACHEL YOW BER(^E, 
Plaintif, 
against 

ERLING BERG, Jr., 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to a 
divorce a vinculo matrimoni from 
the saW defendant, uoon the 
grounds of having lived seoarate 
and apart for a period of more 
than two years. Code of Virginia 
20.19 (9) as amended 19«, 19M. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fUed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the SNte of 
Virginia, and that due diligence 
having been used by and on be- 
half of complainant to determine 
in whidi Ck>unty or comoration. 
the defoidant is without effect, the 
last known P. 0. address being: 
214 Neoma Drive, Norfolk. Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered that he do ai- 
pear here within tai dO) davs 
after *due iwiblication hereof ^d 
do what may be necessary to de- 
tect his tot^'cst in this suit. 

A cooy— Teste: 

J<MN V. FENTRESS. Oetk 

By J. Curtis Fruit, D. C. 
Sfr. Wallace B. SmiUi, Atty. 
3S1 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Viiginia Beadi. Va. , 

8-12 4t 



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j^ t* MM f. Xi|r, 
I3b^ Mlir* SO. 
^ 1^ to. IM. art ». 
o«^ to ^ CSMr't on» «t 
0181^, "^^ii (BOW At % flf 
i^^ WmA). to limi mik 
A pip Ml. the uBdnripid 
jliiUtute TmilM vffl dhr far 
Ule at prfbUe hhMob on Ibal^. 
(I mh d^ of Septamber. Ml. 
■g ISM o'dock Do« (rf «M i% 
it the ftroot (feo- d ^ Geuct 
gwse ta ^ Qty of VbgtalA 
ieach (fmn^^ Primum Aiuw 
County Ct^ Bomt), Hie pnyirty 
aescribed b nid Owd pi itmt. 
n tollowt: 

BEGNMOfG at t pofaA qq ^ 
lortbeni adgi rf the property of 
inUiam I^mH^ Md tfat mgt- 
0B edgf rf te^ RMd MB u^ 
fdJwing the nU {Ht>pal3r Uae 
hi wMterly dlrectiop a ^tua 
il 75 feet: ffioiix fa a aoMii- 
flly direction and paralld wtth 
^eid Stall fioad a diataaee ^ 
15 feet; tticnce in an easterly 
direction and paralW with the 
first bouiwiary a distance of 75 
fiet to said State Road, and theace 
\a a northerly Arectkm almg said 
road a distaiw <rf « feet to the 
point of begnuitag; it bdi^ a part 
of the same trart of land as con- 
veyed to William Ethoidge by the 
Nfffoft Fedaid Savings k Loan 
Asgociati(m xatiat d^ of April 
a 1S43, and duly raccrded to |h« 
deric's (Mix ol ittt (%cuit Csati 
of Pfinceffl Anne County, Virginia, 
ia De«l Bodk 117, pap B. 

TERMS: Calh. - 

BIDDEBS £Sa>08IT of |160.00 
required. 

WIIiLIS M. ANDERSON 

Substitute llniBtoe 

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• IMAINOTIGB 




4 POMMONWEALTH OF VmOiDiiA 

bl the decks Ofllee rf flie 
Orcntt CaartlTtte (Mf el Wit' 
gUa Beach, ?a.. on the Z3hl d^ 
4 August. IMS. 

Order if Poblicatfan 
LOUISE W. HOLLOMAlt ' 

Plaintiff. _: 

again^ ' ~: ' 
JOHNNIE B. HOULOMAN, JR. 
■ D d aidmrt. 

^e objetf fll miluk ia to 
oUain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
froR) tiie saki M^lttit, 
the grounds (tf desertion. 
9a affidavit having been ma^ 
aa tiiyf that tfK defendant U a 
am-residait of the State of VH^inia, 
and that due diligmce havii^ 
tieen used by and on bdialf d. 
the Complainant to (Pennine h| 
which county or corporatim the 
defendant is wittwut e^ect the last 
known post dUfx addiress be^ 
281 London BrUge Road. Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia. K ki ordered 
that he do appear here wittim 10 
(10) days afto* due piri^catint 
he^f, sM do what may be neces- 
sary to protect his int^est in this 
aiit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
MKsrs. S^stt, Moss & SKekn 
Maritime Toww 
J^ollc, Virginia 



and aitllM rt- 
iie 

e_ . Win litt at 
me^m, «ar earii. at Uie 
door el aty Bdl rf «b 
City of Vkgria BtMii. Wr^tia, 
loaM ta ^ BoHMgi of Ml- 
OMi Ann^, on mi^f, 
tt. ms, at l:SS aA. «• 
tag propoty,. to wit: 

An of tiMM otftata Is^ ^ 
or pareata ef tand toptto- wkli 
lA tBywwiBuU and t$fm^ 
Mom thireraito htkauft^ Mrt- 
^ and baliig in Ite (% of ]{|f • 
gUa BsK^. Vfa-^ida, knows, 
manhored and feiipiatri aa Lot! 
Number l^antyHme (Si). Twenty 
tiiree (23) and Twmty-fli« (25) ^ 

JUo^ NuhAw «■«» « -»««*.* isa\ Ml 

the |dat entitled "Map of Shadow 
Lawn HeighU" made by John If. 
Baldwin, C. E.. and My ^recori- 
ed hi Oark't Office of the C^cvM 
Goiut of Mnc^ss Anne Caimty» 
State of Virginia, of the twwty* 
maA (9th) day of Itoy nil: 
r^eroK^ to said map Mng ken- 
hy made ^ a nsre praet^ 
de«i|MkQ of a^land. 

This i»t>p<rty is add subject 'W 
t first dMd of trust to Edwhi C. 
Kellam. F%d E. KeOam. Jr., 
Tru^eei. dated Nowmber 2, M61. 
ttid recorded hi tiie aforesaid 
Clerk's pIBce in Deed Book IW, 
Pap 106, tiie balance diw to be ar«- 
nounced at time of sate. 
TERMS OF SALE: Cash 
DEPOSIT REQUIRED: %i,t(QM 
GEORGE J. PARKER, lYualee 



Virgbda: in the Clerk's Offiee 
of the Orcuit CaoA of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach m Oe 17thi||r <tf 
August. 19et^ r^^:2SiS!s: 

kiiiAmxRr ^ 

MARIETTA GENEAN FICARIU 
BLANCHARD. Omiplainant, 
Vs. 
CHARLES .TUCKER BLANCS- 

Orderof 

The object of tl^ suit ia to ohi 
titti a Avorce firam the bonds 
matrimoqr tnaa tiie Resporidenf 
on ^ ^tUBd tfiat the CcR^ilahi- 
airt and Respoocteit ha^ liiwd 
separate and ^art without fa^- 
nqitMM for nxre thw two years. 

An i^^vit having been made 
and filed that the ReqxHMiait is 
not a resklent of this StsAe, it is 
ORDERED that he a^fiear befwe 
his Court wiA^ ten (10) days aft- 
er du^ i»^lia^ oi Ma Order 
and protect his interests hireui. 
His last known address b^g: 1723 
Edgewood Drive. Elizabeth City, 
N.C. , 

A aq>y^4este: 

JOHN V. fenihess. Oak 

By J. Austin F^t JD.C. 
J. Hun» Tayl», Jr. 
CcHni^l for C(»nDlafiiaiA 
101 Royster Building 

Norfolk, Virgbiia 

»^lMt 



te te ateva atyhd Chnoary wrt- 
ter. mU flaimMuw it ki 
tai the law <■&■§ of B^f^ It 
Brnrlei in SepliifliMr I, UH at 
W:m A.1L 

And SB ittdavtt havhig 
made and fikd that the 
ii a M»rerident of the StaM of 
M^^ia, Be \&A known port of- 
tkm addros befa%; New Yoik Gtty. 
Nawl^rk. H is ordaied tfatt he d« 
apfMar hen wMia tan (10) 4a^ 
after doe pabUcatkn hereef, aaid 
do what ma^ be neceasftry to fto- 
Met hii hUereat la (fata urit 

A ei^ — Teste: 

MMW y: Tiafma^ dtat 

^: J. Curtis Fruit, D. 0, 
Bryi^jei h Bf0^t§, 
U» LaaUn Road 
Vkginia Beach, Vt. 



y 




|| Aa a«rk'i OlBoa «f Ite Cb^ 
cuit Cemt of tlw Oty of Vlr|toia 
on ilM Mh #3r if 



of Pa i Wi i iB t 

wmjmD i, cuiA 

apiiit 
VIRGIX A. CUMC 
naohiBctof.Miiiatlito 
tiria a dhroroa a vftnri 
frm fte aril defeHdmt upon, (he 
grouDdi af neni'ttin t«B fsart 
oi»i&iuoia iiid wrinMrrupMI acip' 



Aad m affidavit hniig fieen 
made and AM that &e dtfandant 
is a noBMsidetf «f iJbe State of 
Virgtada, ^ lait kaewn post of- 
flea address beh^: 506 W. I|lli 
SMat, New York, N«w Yoik. Il«ls 
iiMid thaA ^ do j«^>e«4han 
w|6d 10 (ten) daya^to^ dae pab- 
Iki^km berecrf, and ^ what may 
be n^oaa^ to {Nrotec^ bat.ktm' 
est hi thb suit ■ ; ;*:~trT'":::"'" 
A cq^— Tirie: 'mSS^X^" 
.K}HN V. IfCNlSESS, Clerk 
^ J. Curil Ji«it, D.C. _ 
Mr. Macie V. Mariawe, Atty. . 
SOI Plaza Qf» 



COMRiONWEALIH W VIRGIMA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Ch^ 
cuit Court ef the CMy of Vhrih^ 
Beach, on the 2^ dagr of ^Igaat. 
1966. 

Order of PoHicatioB ' 

E\^LVN LOIS d'liARA, tlai^ 

•tiff, agaiaat 

RICHARD MALCOLM O'HARA. 

' Def^dtft. ' 

The dbtject of this wit is to ob- 
tain a cHvoatoe a v&Kuto matriaioid 
from (he saH iWaidaBt i^en ttw 
grounds of qon-e Uian two years 
(snttHuoiB aad mMermpI^ atp- 
ara^n. 

And an affiibvM hmrtag been 
made lad ttad ttiat the ddendant 
Is a ROn-reeMot of the State of 
Virgiya. the krt knovm poet office 
b^ ladEaofwn. tt Is or- 



I 

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BUSINESS &PROFrSSIONAl 
> DIRECTORY 4 



AlTERATIOK54»AIRS 

ADDITI0I«, ALTERATIONS - 
Replacing floor J^sto and siOs. 
porches and steps. Leave your 
building p«^kam to us. Sober. 

* years eqiwiMce. Iha* yau- 
B. F. Bell. Jr. MA 2«W. 8-»^ 

WALSH AHOJOm^ 
Building jndRenM^Kfig 

We will build your dream hooae 

* mrfse WMff iHresert one a 
Aeam to' live ia. Bank fioaaac- 
ing. Dial tB7-M10 anythne. 

8-mfa 



rRAL O0NTRA(^rn^-^ 
of htsm te|pr*«nJ«rtB 
and remodelii^. HeaSi^ i^^rs 
and instdtltioai. 1^ dan va^ 
AU work goMateed. Bank fi- 
nancing. Cll Ifr. fl*"""*-./?* 
^1 or 



AUTOMOiitlS 



Are you looking-for a 2iid car,? 
S you are interc^ed hi ima of 
the beat deals n town. MO 
mod^ and up; inquire^ SItt 
aad Church Sts. or j^ione CB 

l-JMta 



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AMfNINGS 



ALGQA Alumhnm 
eBtimates. Ctf 4I0-B84 



iVae 
8-lMfti 



COSMITICS I reffUM^ 



Merle Norman CoMMlia 

Merle Nocnum CoameUct now 
has a sttidk> at 22nd ft Aflaaitle 



Ave Phone OMISI 



8-»4n 



PMmmQ 



RITE-WAY— R^denUal; tow m 
price. H|^ qiodity work. Ual 



Sinks. 



8-10-tfn 



PiASTBUNG 

I^ATCHWORK 

SpmiaMl Rooms, ceilinp. in- 
djMdud wffl do. at lowest cost 
rreetftoB^e. A^r fize j^ MA 
7-4<g?. ^^^*^ 

VB^EHAN UII^S 
MJNDS 




/iLVBRk'nafiS - heprtrs and 

wi^iteg. Can xi^ 0a-nx. c. 

A. yndblad Co.. m W. ttth St 

a Mlfa 



gPNCIIETE WORK 



Oons^ plachig and &riUiii^; 
caHam woiic; Whtte Concrete 
Sirrice: cHal MI>«B8. 



CUmMB L. N^CK-^mcnte 
work, drtvengm, waftit prtloa, 
purdtm] fine eattnaates; S#- 
0614. anytime. S-lMfai 



miMOTUNlW 



CREECH'a i^na Tia^ Sevice. 
ftm$t. mBdmL Saaaoubte. 
UL t.«886; J. W. ar G^ Craach. 



THE 



Cataeak: viiql lu^hak fautaaa> 
tbos and reptta. .WNteside 
fite. Di|J UL VOBSL t-lMfti 



BIICK 
FILL 

Weal ^*;Ri|iiweys 

SpeseSiiiM In 
• Ined iMnner mmI 



HAUL IVUMaOKIi 
CO., #iC 

MA 5^)1003 



m ym ■! Til 



aap 



• iWMiNOAW 



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AMdrntiAt 
to w (Im) daya 
tfoB tereof, and io vHitf SMiy hi 
noeaaiary to pivtact hh totonat 
iai^adt 
A eopMh^ 

JcMH V. fmmm,tMi 

9f: J. C^rtto Fnit, D.C. 
Hr. Hade V. Mariowt. Mty. 
HI nasa One 
NoiMk. Vhtiria 



b Oe Clafk's Office of the C3^ 
odt Coint rf the C^ <|1Mida 
iHwh, OB the »th dajp «f Asfhat, 
Ml. 

Oriar af PailliiailaB 
aSULAB D. HUtOnm^N. 
l^rfatlS. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 2, 1965 







428-2401 ^€m IMMEDIATE A<niON 



AUTOMOTIVI 



20 Au t a m a fcl lH Par Sala 



GRARLES fiiOMAS BUTC»IN- 
S(M, JR., DefadaaH. 

fke object of ttls ndt is to eb- 
tota a dimce a viao^ mrtranoni 
from the aaki iitteaimt wpoa the 
^ouMb (d aapwaOon d more 
than two yean fca a c oord a nc e with 
SaetlM n ai (0) af to C ode of 
v^a. ~^, ' 

Aad aa affidavit haalaf been 



and Ctad that the 
la a non^cskleDt of the Sate of 
VIrgiaia. the last known poet office 
adifreaa being: 100 'T' Street. 
N.m. Washington. D. C, ft h or 
dmi ^ he do appear ban wtth- 
in rt (ton) day* etor dae paUlca- 
tkffi haryf^aad do n^ tm bt 
BaiaMDf to protect Ua tatereit 

Ajfr-yaate: 

J4W Y. FiarmESS, derk 

i^: J. Gartis Ftalt. DC. 

Kellam A Kelam, Att|f.' 
of Trade BdMag 
mdalk, Virginia 

M4t 



OOMMWraSALTH OF YBOINIA 

U the Clerk's Office of the Ch^ 
eok Court af the Oty of VbtN* 
maA, m«mS&^al August. 
flU. 

waar et pwMmnm 

RlCffikiS) H. TAYUm, nata. 



RO® VIRGINIA TAYIiSR, Sa- 
faaidMit 

Tlw object (tf this Slit is to ob- 
tahi a divorce ^a monaa et tfaoro 
to be later nMrfed hrto aa a vh>- 
cub maarimoni from the aidd de- 
f endaitt lyxm Uie grounds of deaer- 
tkm. ^ 

^kiA^M affidMI havlig beca 
made and filed that the defendant 
ii a noiHaakiaBt of the State of 
Vh-^ttia. to IHI imiwn poet oMse 
addroi being: m J. Mabane St. 
Btuttgtoa. iM I^Oi^a. it to 
ordered tiialdha dp ai^Mir here 
wftUn 10 (tea) days after due pub- 
Ifaatioijtfaaraof. and do what nu^ 
be nuoH^aary to protect bar inter 
eat to diis suit 

A c(^— Tato: 

JOHN V, rmtiTBESS, Oerk 

J. Qutb Fruit. Deputy Clerk 
M«sa»: Bry^Bn k Bnqrles, Attya. 
IMLaAtoRwd 
Vlrgfaua Baadi, Vbginia 



NOTRE OP PVBUC iBQynMS 

Tito V\r0ria Beach Zonfaig 
Aoard <rf Appwb will conduiK a 
Pid>lic Hearing on TUMday, S^ 
tarabar 7, 1965, at 8 PJI. to to 
Mindc^Ml Court Buildtog at Oty 
HaU. Princess Anne Station, Vir- 
gida BoK^, Virgiata. The follow- 
Iqg ^^dti(N» wiH appear on 
the ataxia. 

Case I. Charles !<hiri)aum re- 
vests a varimce of 36 feet from 
raquired 70 feet to % feet on 
Lots 1 and 2, Blodc 66, IbicUd 
Place, Broad Street. Bayside Bor- 
on^. 

Case Ii Aflen J. Gordon reqiuests 
a variance 4f S tet front re- 
quired 70 feet to 18 f^ on pared 
located on Vii^^ ^>|Gh Boule- 
vard in Aragoaa Vlbge Sfeopp&i^ 
Center. Bayskle Borough. 

Case ni. Pamo (^oi^orattota re- 
quests a variance- of 20 leet frmn 
required SO feet to 30 feet on 
frmt yard aaflbad^ located oa Vir- 
gil^ Beadi Bouiearard at London 
Brit^e, J. Davis Reed Jr. aid)divi- 
sion. Lynnhavoi B(mdu^. 

Case IV. Ben R. Schmi& re- 
q^esto a variance of 3 fe^ Itom 
requinad 15 feet to 12 f6^ <» side 
ywd sdliack and a variaic« of 
14 fieet (« fnnt ysrd se6adc tram 
re^ifred 50 feet to % fe^ on Lot 
ISI, West Holly Road. Upkbnp 
Pailc. Vii^a Beadi Bchwi^ 

Case V. Michael A. Ma^N(le. 
Jr. recpiests a vafflance of 9 fe^ 
from rei^ared SO feet to SO laet 
on Lot I, sididlviston xd Ooeam 
Gardeia. Virgl^ Beach Boufe-' 
void. Lynnhavm Boroa^ 

MX APPUCiOiTS mm AP- 
PEAR BEF(HIE THIS BOAEU). 
Respectfully subnritt^. 
L^d D. Saunders 
Becretary 

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Jk k P briveawaj^ ftc— We adll 
ddkver yeur c«- to or from aaiy 
city. -Caff^^f seiaetod ^Uvta^ 
CaB (liiftioi 

• tfc 



For'Salfr-^ 1161 AagHa (Mttah 
FordK Good motor «d emSimA 
atfeap par ^^Qon. E^rtra tire«. 
Ol-iai after S pan. I^U 



INSTRUCTIONS 



iO-4ii^tictfont 



UlIDGE LISSONS-Register now 
for S^eRd>e3- 17 aiui/or 20th. 



A MB SMCA. In pwd conAtkm. 
Price I2S cash. Odl OMOM and. 
ask tor Bsbat C. Han^, betwoMi 
7 pjn. and 3 a.m. 94^ 

BUSINESS SERVICES 
30 Appliaiw Sarvlcaa 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

111 AiMirtmenH Pwmiyiad 

NICELY FURNISHED. 2 bad- 
rc(»ns. brand new m bate. Wa- 
ter and t^at fumislwd. |U6.fy«ar 
Unait 8 per dass. Point coura de- , j^u,^ ^^g ^^j^ 5^^^^ Ca» «- 
loidve bidding play of hand. Night ^ ^n ^^.^ 

dasns by appointnvwit Plume j : — 

2 bednxHns. Large living roan 
8-12-^ wi^ fireplace Bas^Noard hMt. 
Tile Bath. 



48^6122, Betty Atkinson. 



VACUUM CUSANEBS -^ Hoover. 
Saks aad aervke. Prompt ef- 
^ent ra^i^ Ptok up and de- 
Uvely./^roBfia OH221 Fad 
M h BidUfaig Su|)|iUes. Inc. 

tfn 



H BwNiNM^aprtrtWB 



m^ AND REPAIR WMK 

Ptaniiing — ' 

Badiieai - Afr 

HUNCESS ANNE FLUimi} 

AND EUSCmSAL 

RJPPUStt, INC. 

PhoaM «MM6 



f1| 111. 1 m ^ 

ooeie — aaAttona — ar rapatha. 
Wt can luralih ai^aridhi from 
basemeitt to allfe and aid yoa to 
fhmndng. 
Fteae: KeDaaR k Eatsai, lac. 
(1) «MK1 

mtiso . .. . 



tba 



Ih apaddhe |a kitoiien cibineta. 
feane hnprovenaeate aad any 
type of Aop work. Call Panda- 
roaa Mill Woric at S0Q8 South 
Ljoadiavai l&ad. SIMBK or MO- 
Mtt evei^igfc 

^ EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help WanlwI-^Mialn 



oglpOr^aiAy. ifij^ oanriiissiiM). Bn- 
ttia plaa and ator iacaatives Li- 
:a«li| or ynliceosed -wiil trafa 
Part ttane ^ full ttoM. Lynntavoi 
Ooiooy an! I^r^da Beach Area. 
See Jack Qtm. Com^ss Real 
Co., Ml Shore Driv& 464- 
t*tfa 



mam, i4iito--Motel. CaU Ifrs 
Bmett. 4284U1. Bxtention # 

»^26-tbi 



41 HiliiWa ftM Ma la 



PLENTY «rf business! Excellent 
ofoprtunity. l^ commisdon. Bo- 
nos {^ and etha- incentives. Li- 
coised or unlicensed— will train. 
Part time — full time. Lyn^ihavoi 
Cotony and Virginia Beach Area. 
Seet JKk Cross, Compass Bttl 
Estate Co.. 2N6 a»re Drive. 464- 
3581. ' M^ 

Needed — 3 men imme&Khdy for 
manlier fraiaee pro-am. Must 
be attaaitive and officer mtad^ 
Cafl OB^lll 

11-19 tfii 



o'al pooioia. Gruranar school sif- 
fideiA tat masy jobs, ^ay oa 
present Job «Me trainii^ For 
htt-ttia' h^Ktnation write to Sou- 
thern IWnlng, Box No. 114. c/o 
"^gWa Beadi am. giving name, 
phaw, age. tipie at hrane, 
aB#>yawnt 8^^ 



METI - WOlfSN 
Age 10a2. n-epare now for U. S. 
Goverrnn^it ^s. Thousands of 
(^}enings yearly. Sa'ary 19 to 
|«00 yearly, dvil Service dkn 

security, good salaries, paM vaca-[™NISffiD Garage Apa rtment 
Hffls, fats^; paid l3dc leimr'Bb- ^*viy^ room, 2 bedromis. 



Efficiency. Basdjoard heat. Large 
living ar^ with fireplace. Call 

8-26tfn 



BOATS 



•<A t»e>t For Sale 



BWaeboat in excellent condition. 
Sbepa i. Complete GaU^. Toilet 
tacittiaa. |800. Inching an 18 
h.p. Johiwn Motor. Book value 
mo. 4S-2110. 8-2b-tfn 



MERCHANDISE 



fO Aftlciaa Par Sala 



FURIHTURE for salft-Bed, kitch- 
en cabinets, Victorian chairs and 
Wef^ewood china B ahnar pat- 

tera, -'— ~T-~ ^ &.2-tfn 



LIME OAK bednxm suite, twin 
beds. Dining room »iite— Duncan 
Phyfe Reasonable. Encyclopaedia 
^tannics, m-im. 9-2-lt 

ROUND Oak Ta^, 8 leaves. $85. 

Hfrtz Bazaar. 428-7061.' 8^tto 

•fi ■ . " 

MfnqimS'-aa Idndl of books, 
dtina, ^ass, silver, furniture, 
pictures aad frames. Priced ri^t 
ALAMMN'S LAAn> ANTIQUES, 
2332 Virjila Beach Boulevard. 
Can SWya,,. 8 5TFN 

iOUMlLER sectioaial couch, 3 
{deces wttb matchtog wing-back 
diaic£ $75. Also WesUnghouse 
electric stove. |100. Call «7-7734. 

a-26-tfn 



n NouaahoM Goods 



For ttie finest furniture upholster- 
ing and refinishing call 428- 
6377. Hilltop Upholstering Co., 
100O>yirginia Beach Boulevard 
Free esthnates-iMck-up and de- 
livery. New and used fuiniUuv 
tor sale. 

7-22-tfr 



42 Heb Waited 
MMeerfomile 



£RMCaj HELP— Local college :.tu 
dents undl sduol opens, thai 
weekends, dean rooms, wait t^- 
folei^. aho night clok. ^ly in 
persDO— Dolphin Hot^l. 9-2-11 



UHE UP NOW for approaching 
b% fall aad holiday business. 
&rve customers, in diy d North 
Vto^ik Beach wtth qaaltty Wat- 
kins' products, hdl i» part time. 
Eami^ |85 weddy and up possi- 
bto. Cash or crd^ arr«igement 
Wrtte Watkins l^ro&icts. Inc.. D- 
S. maoaa, Mirai. 8-19 9-2 



Catiamfai or SaledadUes — NO 
SCPSaUENCX NBCESSARY. I 
cm iaa,2 sincere trainees into-- 

/aMad fa a soand sitos career. 
(Not doOT to dow.) My new men 
aam mm ^ $10>000 the first 
fnr. (^portoalfy fqr rapid ad- 

vgDOiliant to niana(jonent posi- 
tfaas. Ibat have car, but travd 
is opttend. Mr toterview caP 

Ifc. Itorey, 42MaS. 

442410 



MANPOWER, INC. 
OitlENTLY NEEDS 



11% h^e hnmedtote aiNgmnents, 
numy a4^caat to Vh-ginia Beadi. 

MO tlX 
Time off botwe^ jobs whov de- 
sfrad-Htroak ao ^e temporary 
jcM wtas cooNniert to you. 
^ia» naar ia* ManHew aoA job 
aadgnma^, 87-8661. 




^tnat 



9-a7-t& 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 
100 ROOMS FOR RENT 



Boom for rent with kitchen prlvi 
leges for single working girl 428 
2976. 9-2-31 



1 10 Apartments Unfurn. 

%PARTMErcrs — FUrni^^ o! 
unfumiined. Yearly or seasonal 
Cooper Realty, 206 25th Street 
428rl33l. Nights 428-6833. 

3-2-tfi 

Sev«-a} fumidied aad unfurnishec 
apartments in tlie Lynnhaver 
Colony area, Shw* Drive. Cal 
Ccmipass Real E^te Company 
164-35K. ^ 8-26-tfi 

UNFURNISHED DUPLEX. 2 bed 
rooms; water fumiaiied: nice quiet 
neigUwrhood on d^dend street; 
Gatewood Park; available on or 
about S^tember ISth; $115 month; 
call 428-3246 or 464-2083. ^ 

9-2-17 



111 Apartmonts Furnished 



1 OR 2 BEDROOM apartments. 
165 and $55 per month. Year round 
Water fumi^iMd. Call 428-^34 a.m. 
k pin. 9-2 itn 



QO 76th STREET. 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, living nx^. dining area 
fireplace, Iffl-ge kitdien, screeijed 
3orch. fenced ywd. 42»^12, m- 
1853: 9-2-tfD 



FURNISHED stodio apartmsn's. 
Oramic tile baths. Attractive 
kitchens. Utilities furnished. Avail- 
able September 15th to May ISth. 
Apply, Blw Marito Lodge. 2411 
Pacific Avemre. 9-2-L^n 



FURNIWED — year rooml. In- 
daias tf utUtties and heat Cou- 
|le ttdy. Af^ 20r 19th Street. 

&o-tte 



and bath. Wat& Airnlshed. $75 a 
month y^jrly. Available Septan- 
ber 1st Call 42&44K. 8-19-tfn 



2 BEDROOMS. KNOTTY PINE 
LIVING ROOM. MODERN KITCH- 
EN AND BATH. MONTHLY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL.' 6 BLOCKS 
FROM OCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY AND OCEANA 
N.A.S. CALL 587-4776. IF NO AN- 
SWER CALL BACK IN MORN- 
mO. ' 8*t6 



REMf AL WEM BTATI 
m HoMsaa->-yww<alyl 

OCEANA-Attaitton SKvtce Men! 
Small cottai^ oonvl^ely h»r- 
nished. Near baM uid beacn. Best 
rates. CaU 34043S. 8-26-tfn 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALF 

)il4 Houtof For Sal* 



HOUSE FOR SALE -^ 1^ owner. 
Ttoee be&'oom randi. fuDy to- 
sulated on nicely lamiseapad tot 
Located in retf of Arlgoa Vil- 
toge, eloiK< to schods aad 




FURNISHED apartmoit now for 
reirt. Ymt round rate.'*^^ mm} 
water huni^ed. Also whiter rate 
for workers and. tnchers. Call 
H. G. Moore, Jarvis k Kitchen. 
«8-77S6. , 8-12 tfa 

One and two bedroom fumiitod 
apartmei^. Year roimi Cail 
42a-X734 or 4^6686. 



ORANGE GROVE - 35 acres 
choice, wen ertablistod bearing 
grove in ttdtrad. Florida, near 
Lakeland. Ext^tait faivesMeat 
♦175,080. By ovmer. 0. W, PUW 
Ups. Rt 6, Bock 468. Tlant €%. 
Fla. 8-12 4t 

CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



AilMto's Court Bfotel Apartmaits, 
206 - 19th Street Efficiency 
apartmoite. All utfflties fur- 
nislud. Also, 4-room apaotmoit 
ami fumiriied romu. Block 
from Bus Statini. By wedt ot 
month. 

tfe 



New and niodem, one uid two 
bedro(»n apartm^its. Low year- 
\y ratals, Also weddy and 
monthly rentals. Call 4384713. 

3-11-tfn 



Uvfa^ rorni, bedroom, kitehen, 
bath. Ocxnr^ent lo shoppii^ 
churcha, laundromat Very 
reasond)!; y^rly rtasAaL Pjftfic, 
A^^nue. FlKme owno' 4814016 
or 488-JI49- 

T-»-tfn 

1 13A Houtet, Furltlied or 
Onfat^ed 



Several furnished and unfurnished 
hwises ia to Lymihayen Colony 
area. Shore Drtw. C^ Compass 
Real Estate Company, ^4-3383. 

8-264fn 

114 Hausal For ItanI 



WINTER rental availabte Saptan- 
ber 8th. Cottage — ideal for 1 or 
J bachelors or teachers. |«0 per 
month. Call 428-3577 or see 01 213 
Sth Street. 9r2-it 

I14B Apartments and 
Hoytes ^r Rent 

iVanted — houses (h* apartments 
to rent or sell. Summer rentals 
nekled. Cot^Mr R^lty, 206 asth 
Street. 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

S-2-tfn 

15 HouMS — Furnished 

1 bedro<ans. 2 full baths. Ocean 
dde. Sept. 7di thru June 7th. HOS. 

jiUi m-om. 

9-2-lT 



2-bedroom fumlkhed Wme. Hard- 
vood floors and ^udl screened- 
in side porch. C^ 4lM2i6. 

»^26-tfn' 

SMALL FURNIS^U) attr^five 
jottage for rent. ^ 2^ Str^ 

»4Htt 

COTTAGE at 3]i 34th Sfrsat. ^roid 
Septenber 7th lo Ame M\. % bed- 
-ittiM, 1% InUis. aqreened frait 
aad back porches. ItFmUng nu> 
!^hu aad deep freeze. AMise and 
furaidiii^ in excell^ cmditicn. 



J AUCTKDNS 



Maury Riganto 
Aucfion Company 



i \ .,\u- 



NSTRUCnONS 



HARDIN SOKKX 
OF MUSIC 

Briitow HaHUa. Diracter 

312 . SStll Sirwrt 

Virffiaia B«acli 



REAL ESTATE 



Sal« • Rentals 

Custom BiH^ 

^rt-term wi yem)^ 

ANCHOR UALTY 

4^742]r anyUn^ Iw service. 



MmmB^w^mm 



A|k f^ fyt Rhyticlaai 
About 

Tmors 

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« Snltli l^raoe iae, iQu 

«t MaMK BuctaM «t ux to 
i k. YatM el n. kt H. 
Avtkn Tbtam. &rtni(rt; 
IS. 

M Boitwri^t et ux to is 
a WbUfon et in, M n, 
•I. pbt id Carokune FivAi 
S; tax tXtM. 

EUmI Cowai et ux to 

Jte lld>Qiiaki et ux, M 

M. plit rf Aragona Vfl- 

S. tax mM. 

Vandhr Corptffatlop to BvinvMd 

•troboi et u. tot », block 

i^, pMt t>f Diatmad ^vii^ Homes: 

tax tKTS. 

JeouMk. lni»t|Krated to Ony^ 
T hwMiiJ, W 4^A*^ancl A U ock 
M, plat of Vkrgi^ Beach Dev4- 
^Gfnian^ Carapu^ No. 2; tax |3£ 
HlWBrty BiN^, Inc. to mA- 
IH U. GoHAl et ux. lot 4, |>lat 
«f linltaii litates: tax IMJO. 

Bw^Mte Wflliam Padenky et 
ux to Jack R. Braw et ux, lot 
!#, ptari; (rf Birdn^ FH)int; ti» 




HBs, Inc. to Sanud T. 

at HX, lot ». plat of 

tax IS7.S0. 

. BaiFvai ParHili etux to WariMT 

J. llriM at ux, parceHpMt of N- 

-ttill^lliiior MC. 04; tax mM 

fmurd P. I^itikmt et ux to 

(MMrtS. Stnnd. iiare*4n« Roae- 

tax m. 

Oei^eMttoa to ^mMl 

«t 1^ S paro^aiilat ol 

Boni^; tax NS.6f. 

_ B. Yaieretux to Mb- 

'«t % teelt <« «. lot 7. littit 

of Vbt^ Beacfci Lou. inc.; tax 





llBiVQe E. Tadtr et ox to Mf 
wt UttMB raet|. ^.. kt 6, pl4 
lof Vb^aia BM^ lAtt,.^e.i tM 
9HJB. 

ligMid D. mi ^ tlx to IH- 
ttoml Itoatty Corjpnratton. parc^ 
OB Malitoa RoMl: tax $S.70. 

Hmm a Onrfi at ax to Dan 

ilPBaoA.iol»,bfcck'l, ^af 

«Q«^iaB» Mm fee. t; te |0.tt^ 

Avahie B^ Uc. to Wffliain B. 

et iflii Ml m ^ «( 

w. I; tax IWJD. 

_ liki ST. IMoiMrt, A^. et ax to 

jiraee w. A<l«m at tn^ ptft if 

tato 14. tt. Noefc J, plat of ffift- 

te]iHr:f«tW» l 
|l2b«He W. OMtatfe, Jriet ax 



to 1^ D 
p^if 
ttx iKJi. 



B^ioD et ux. M « 

foe- if 



VMiert D. MOer it we to Aa- 
#«» niaia^ et tot, lot ISSt 1^ 
Of tNbnare Plamatieo lec. 3; 

Oannft Ooiatoiictidn Ck>., Inc. to 
georg^ R. ColUtt et ux. lot 27. 
block fe, plat of Great Neck Es- 
tatee see. S; tax ISTJO. 

CHsHm X. Kane et ux to Bene- 
ikt B. Biaiy ^ ux. site S87. plat i 
of 'HMroi^good wc. 5; tax $40.8). 

Je«e M. AldMinan et ux to 
i^^innte R. Bateman et ux, lot 11, 
Mode 38, plat of ArrowtKad kc. 
t: tax OdN. 

llNxnas C. Vebten ^ ux to Lou- 
ie K^ HaO et ux, lot ll, plat 
of 1C«lii|»vilk Cotony sec. 1; tax 
I4B.M. 

Baitor Realty Corp. to Janies 
Auatki J(4uaon et' ux, lot 6, block 
tt. plat of I^nbroke Mancu: sec. 
I; tax $mM. 



R. Lanteigne et ux, tot 2, bkxdc 
S7, plat ai Pembroke Manor sec. 
4i tax iai.70. ^^::^zz zzrr 

Artnon R^al^ Gbrp. to Rofa^ 
M. St. Oemiain et ux, krt 17, bk)dc 
n, plat of Pembroke Mantf sec. 
4; tax 127.90. 

Raadolfrii P. Parker et ux to 
Sam»\ H. Caddy, Jr. ^ ux, lot 
B. {^ of Point "0" Wif aac. it 
tlx iB8.2S. 

L. L. Underwood, Jr. et ux to 
AoMa Raalty Co., Inc., tot 90, 
Mode K. plat of Hilltop Manor; 
tax I16JD. 

Henne Rai^ty Oanpai^, Inc. to 
Santoer Slml^ Baitey. Jr. et ux. 
tot m, btock K, plat of HUltop 
Itotor: tox llfiJO.. 

Pk» Real^ Corporatkm et als 
to Jtones W._ Upaconri) et ux, M 
Is, Uock WpM tit Princess Anne 
Ptaa aec. Q; tax 119.96. 

Bacb Z^«vdiqiRient Corpwatton 
It Mam a Burton ^ ux, tots 
i. 1^ Uocit 47, plat of Shadow 
LMM HMsbta: tax IB.70. 

Mm^ B. Conrad et als to ^Mm 
I. AuMl eti^, pared on west 
MB et Oroat mdUtoad; tax ITS. 

tMtolKa Sigsbee Wright, Jr. et 
toe to MMeth F^ Swm ^ ux, tot 
U, btock' 18. plat of Amiwh^ 
^. 3: tA m». , "t^r 

aiar|arai si. angp^ lo rox aaai 
lar <M^f, lae^ parcd-pSat of 
t4illMWlii Ihmm^i tea m^, 

Omr$e Emott Powell, Jr. It ux 
lO^^iid ^- ^Q^Jot 37. 
$m jif mceat^Aimc Mnia Pu-K 

tiCirif 'tec mjo. -^.^^^ 

- OMHnolu satorpriiai, ne. la 
WaiOW ftaads IfamdiO et ux, tot 
»^ Mocft 2. 1^ of Wfadior Woods. 

fifpaa €HPp«rattoB to Gkiyd U 



Geaihaw ^ m, let U. Mock A, 
pik of Amm^dK} Kc 8; tffic 
IMJI. 

Clyde F. Clark ^ ux to Willis 
M. KHts et.ux. lot 40, plat of 
Honutaad kc. 1; tax 1^.25. 

Woodhurrt C«^ntfioQ et als to 
Ehigeito P. Lauitog et ux, lot 23, 
block S, ptot of West Alaoton sec. 
3; tax $3i.$6. 

CharlM C. CaUw^Il et ux to 
Jacqueline S. Neale, tot 72, plat 
of Kings GraM sec. 1; tax $27.45. 

Richardsm C. Bdl et als to 
Rob«1 A. Udce et ux, lot 44 and 
I»rt of/l(^ 43, Mock u, plat of 
Di^ap^e l^res; tax $1S. 

Larasan Realty Corp. to Larry 
M. Ctovenport^ et ux. tot l. block 
2. plat ei Arizona Village sec. 12; 
tax $16.95. 

Carokune Homes, Inc. to Wil- 
son R. Gawthrop et ux, lot 1, 
Wtock y. p h tt flt Carolan ne Farm 



sec. 3: tax $84.65. 

WaHor F. Clarke et ux to Don- 
ald W. Souflmii, lot 118 and part 
of lot 119, fdat of Laurel Maow; 
tax $21. 



HnrnH A. Gnmewald ^ ux to 
Hamr CMbraa lA al. lot 3, idat 
of Kempavffle IM^ sec. 1; tax 
$24.80. 

W. J. Driver etc. to Cohchita 
Pulcino, lot 19, blodc 2. plat (tf 
Ara^ma Viltoge sec. 5; tec $22.80. 
- Gerak! W. Stanfill et ux to Ad- 
rien J. Fourni^ et ux, lot 14, 
hhA Y. plat of Aragma YVi^ 
sec. 4: tax $19.06. 

Laddie Corporation to ^i,^Bk^ 
S. Howard et ux, M 14 aiid pe^ 
of tot IS. block F, plat of HlQtop 
Manor; tax $tS. 

W. Clyde anpson, Jr. tc Mil- 
dred Bor^. lot 14 and part of tot 
13, block K, plat of Ridw Heights; 
t^x $27.75. 

Charles 0. Hammond et ux to 
William T. Games, Jr. A ux, lot 
E. btock 22. plat d Aragona Vil- 
lage sec. 13;. tax $21.15. 

Pico Re al|6> Corporation it illfi 
to WiJbert A. O'Neal et ux, lot 3. 
bbck 19, |dat (tf Princ^a Anm 
Plaza sec. 12; tax 20.10. 

Pico Realty Corporation ti als 
to Ftanda Ray Sellera ei- ux, lot 



IS, block 18, plat d Pi^eeis Arnie 
Pliaa s^. 12; tax I^K 
"* Pico Reatty C ufiWiOaB tt ab 
to WendeU Ma^r McLau^lin «A 
ux, lol^ 1, block 19, plat of Primes 
Anne Plaza sec. 12; tax $23.85. 

Pico Reatty DaponAkm et ato 
to Anthony P. BdaMiteri et tix, 
lot 2, btock tt, pliA of PrliK^s 
Anne Plan aec. 12; tm $21. 

Pko R»% CorpWatton et als 
to John WiU^ Kinne. Jr. ^ ux. 1(H 
1. block 17, |dat d Princess Anne 
Plaza 9K. U; tax ».S0. ^ 

Fred W. Iiaacs et ux to James 
P. Coatos Eiiterprises, UK., parcel, 
{dat d Virgil Beach; tax f^. 

Clarence Cliftoj WUUams ti la 
to Fwrest A. Baker et ux, \(A 31. 
plat irf Wian Rhrer Village; tax 
$19.20. 

Louise Laod Meyer to Langley 
P. LMid et al, 2 parc^ plat of 
VirgJiUa Bea A De vekga nart Cwn- 
pany; tax $36. 

SaDy A. MonfMt to Minnie Shel- 
ton Brooks, tot 20, block J, plat 
d Potat-0-Woods sec. 2; tax $28.50. 

WiUiam R Pi^ne, Jr. et ux to 



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Lvie^ar (^OiMt C^p-ation, lot 
5, plat ctf BeQ^y M^pr kac. D4; 
tax $40.38. _ ' 

SU^i^a- Mori* Skt^ ft ttt to 
Leonard GacM^ Prestoi-^iiX, Id 
10, block 26, ^ d l^mfmi 
&p^ Hfgna; t«c IXA 

(Lesley W. RHtey el ox to 
Rextoo M. RM et ux, W «?, plat 
d llnrott^ood see. S; 'ttoc |to.S0 

HiMnas J. Maek^ et ux to 
Richard. A^haaf H^ieo ^ ux 
lot 1, block 9, olat of Aragoaa Vil 
li^e sec. 5; tn $Sl.m 

Richard M. Bail^ to Delmw F 
McKiimis et ux. lot 8. blc^c 8 
plat of Maumd Spring Hmm 
tax $16.20. 

L & L Buddii^ Corpm-atioi tr 
Floyd T. Jolly et ux. tot 22, plaf 
of Ken^wvifle Coluiy sec. i; tax 

$32.28. ' a -f 

GnK» Conrtrwtton Corporatw*^ 
et al, T/A 'to Jd » Vm Tol rt ux 



tax $48.80 

Way#t at Malibu, Inc. to Rob 
ert L, Morris, Jr. et Uk. lot 511, 
plat of Malibu sec. «; tax $32.55.1 



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TELB^ONEGA 8-2401 VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SlPTEMeER 9, 1965 Two Sections- 16 Pages 



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SAMUEL W. SCOTT. JR. 



Civic Center Director Nanieii 



VmGINU BEACH-Samuel W. 
Sc.tt. Jr." », of DanviDe. Vir- 
ginia, has been selected out of 20 
^plteants to take over Uie direc- 
torsMp of the Alan t- Siepard 
Civic Ceoter. Stejrt. 15. 

The pi'e^otts director, WilUvn 
B. Ullyman, is moving to a new 
pojiton in Monroe, Louisiana. 
.. Before being Mtocted to take m 

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hfs hew duties, Mr. Seott was 
wiQi Martin and Associaties, of 
Qillas, Texas, as a Retirement 
and Group Plan consultabt, respon- [ 
dU« for installation airi service 
of group programs for several 
major pkroleimn accounts extend- 
h^ ft-om Norfolk to Bri^ol, Va. 
Mr. Scott won his Bachelor of 
Science Degrw from Virgmia 
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VIRGINU M^AOl - Shrliwn 
frwn ei^t ^tas be§m gathering 
m Virginia Bei^ bxtay fw the 
2ind wuHud conventiOH of the Mid- 
Atlantic 9irine Anoci^on. Thf 
mcetuigs, 

^th^ii^ of ttie Noblra will coa 
tioue ^il Suiday. iHien a re- 
ligious service at the Cape H«cy 
Qraas brings things to a clMe. 

Khedive Temple of Norfolk wi I 
lost tlw 22 Tjmjdei uid fteir 
ur.its from Vij^'a, New York, 
Pennsylvania, Marylttid. Washing- 
ton, DC, Wot Virgtaia. New 
Ters^, and Ddawu^. Temples at- 
tendii)^ the functi<Bi are Acca, All 
Gfaan, Almas, Beni Kedem, Boisni, 
>i scent, Ir«m,.|it^Btfa, Katim, 
Xsia, Kl^f)^ , Uj Lu, . Mecca, 
Nfffli^s, Nur, O^ria, Rajah, Sa- 
aa-Ti, Syria, Zon Zem, and Zembo. 

The oticial opoiii^ of the con- 
/«AiaB wiD f^ underway at 9:00 
>.m. with a meetfam ^ tfie Vir- 
^ia Bead) D^me with a welcome 
adircK by City Mana^ Rne'l 
Hatchett, ad entertaiument by 
the various Tonpie Unita «t 10:00 

' Friday's prop-an will Aest at 
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VIRGINIA BEACH - The Rev. 

William p. RuBS^ (d Decatuf, 

jQk^ will bacome th^ Assii^nt 

^Pastor of the First Presfc/teriah 

Church, Virgil^ Beach, on Sep- 

teitJter 15. in this role hi wjl 

"i^V^apedal i^sponsibUity in the 

»,j|;>astoral and evangelistic areas 

ir»el^ are movii^ to tiie 
^ this weelfwf^ Jp;^ wiD rasid. 
- #t 3I7-3«h Sllift. • ' - . r : 
A native of Stati^x>n), Ga., tor 
aeven'. years Mr. Russell woiked 
in the Ci4>ltol ofQce of Senator 
,^khard B. Russell. He is a gradu- 
ate of Geor^ Washington Uni- 
va'sity. In ISOO he et^ered Co- 
lun^a Theolo0cal SanL;ary, D^ 
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MEW SERVICE 
NEXT WEEK 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Telephone 
customers in Virginia Beach 9Ame 
telephone number b;gins with 428 
will hear a new dial tone beginiiing 
at 6 a.m. on Septen.ber ISth. 

Tlie new hi^ pitch dial tone is 
required with the introduction of 
the new Twich Tone Telephone 
Service that will be made available 
to those customers served xc c: 
the 4W centr^ office on Monday, 
September 13Ui. ^ 

To provide the new Touch Tone 
service, certahi modifications in 
the c«itral office equipment had 
to be made inchiding a ^ange in 
the (Ual tone. ' 

L. F. Patrick, tocal mmjager for 
the C & P, e}q;>lain8d .that the 
new Touch Tone service requires 
a telephane user to pu^ buttons 
rather than use the conventicmal 
rotary dial.- 

Patridc further stated that tele- 
I^ne customers hearing the new 
dial tone sbmdd nsA be com»med, 
tfainkij^ tfai^ they mi^ have trou- 
ble on their line, for^it is only Uie 
new (Sal tone required in prOvid-* 
ing ttie new modem, fast telej^ne 
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catur, Qa., where he earned tw) 
divinity degrees, B.D. and Tli-M. 
For the last two years Mr. lUisi^, 
30. did ^athiate stuiy in pastwiai 
counssUng foid tku^t part-time 
at Georgia Tech. ' 

Mrs. Russdl ii'SrfHiiiirBar- 
bara Bdin of Behno^, N.C. They 
«ie t*ili,^l^ter^.,-*r, 
|C Jfr , Russell will 1)3 exantecd 
bpr, hotUk^frnkefHij at ttt Qf^ 
er meeting anl tet^d lim^ 
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PROGRAM SET 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Tidewater 
Area Council for Community Im- 
provemoit will b^in the wwk- 
^p sraiinar on studying oai com- 
munity for metropolitan living to- 
i^t. 

"History of the Re^utk>n and 
the Churdi" will be presented by 
the Rev. Warner Dufiese, pastor 
d Covenant Presbyterian Church 
in Norfolk, at the Eboiezer Bap- 
tist Church on Baker road aikl 
Burma road at 8 p.m. 

On SepJIbmber 16, "SociaT Ac- 
tion in the Church" will be pre- 
sented at 8 p.m. by Fath^* Jo- 
seph N. Green, rectw of Grace 
Episcopal Church in Norfolk, at 
the Mt. Zicn A.M.E. Church at 
Princess Anne Road aiid Seaboard 
toad. 

The Rev. John Lyles, pastor of 
First Presbytwian <rf Virginia 
Bead), will, speak on "Concwn 
of the Church for Education" on 
September 23 at 8 p.m. at Little 
Piney Grove Baptist Churd), Prin- 
cess Anne j^ad at Btozard Neck 
road. 

St. Mark AJ«.E. Church on Pot- 
ters road wlD be viaUai by the 
Rev. James L. Mudter, pastor d 
Faith Lutiieran Church <^ No"- 
folk, to speak alt 8 p.ha. on "FUix*- 
tton and Devekpraait of Lay 
Leadtfship" m Sepit«rd}er 30. 

Afte- Septanbtf 30, fifteen ses- 
skms of the workdx^ seminar will 
be held ead) Tliurstfay ni^t at 8 
p.m. on the campis of Norfolk 
State College. 




mm tmxa-toHE 



evoits incliKie comp^itive drills 
by ui^wmed units at Camp 
PendI^<M), a beach party and bar- 
becue at Camp PoKlletoA, and the 
L^^ of Honor dance at the 
Cavalier Beach and Cabana Club 

fvent it ihe^cfaiy^ ' 
win be the parade wits at 2:00 
pjm. startli^ Irom the Cavidtef 
Hotd area. 1^ busings srasior 
of the c^veirtion vrtU be hekl ir 
U« morning at 945 a.m. fol^wec' 
by the Le^wi of How Msmo-'a 
S&vice at the Vii^nia Beach High 
Schwl stadium. A cocktail pari; 
wiU t» held at >^:30 p.m. at Bo" 
Creek Country Chib, followed by 
a dance at 9:00 pjn. M the Dome. 
Kdbert E^ Ma-^, .Tr., the Re 
corder d Khedivf Ttmf^ m^ 
Aubrey Q. Grriiam. t^ In^jeria 
Scomd (^rvnoo'al Mi^«r anc' 
TreasiBvr of Khedive TannJ* w«r 
two 0^ the majw factnv in l»1i^- 
in^ tt)s a»rin«^ Omventnn to Vir- 
^a Beach. Without their activ^ 
part^ipatim md hard mrit th's 
2^ An'tiil C(mv«)tl0U nf thr 
Mki-Atlaatie Sffine Cmvention. 

Hie Vb^a Beach Sun tak« 
t^ to wdoome the Shrin«rs to 
the World's Largest Resort aty 
and hope tiMir stay htm wiU be 
a fmdy ronendMred «ne. 






MUNICIPAUTIES 
CONVENTION TO 
HEAR VICE PRES. 

VIRGINIA BEACH-As the Shriners a^ leaving Vlr^ Be«h 
on Sunday, delegate to another large cwifertka will be arivii^ 
Approx i ma tdy 1,1 delegates^ «id 4h«r laA^ will be <*eddBt irtfr 
hotels and motels for the ^rt d i thre»^y Vuf^a Mtarictnti 
league Convention. The delef^tes will be rq>reaeirtattvct <tf dUai, 
towns 81 \i urban countiM across Virginia. Dw public Meitk «fl 
repr^»nt all phasM d munM:ipal goverHaafirt. 

Among the feirtur«l sp^kars at i "' ' — "- ^ 

the oHivention will be V)«-Preil- i Executive Director of the AAvtaeff 



Aite^ G. Orduun, Imperial SecMd CettmaiiM Maitar ami 
fnamuft d iOwdlve l^niide.' 

CHILDREN FOUND SAFE 



Roi»ai E. Mayes. Jr., Reeartfer of Klie^e Tempie* 



SERVICE TO END CONVEHTION 



VIRGINIA BEACH-A religknis 
service at the M^oric O^ Hear- 
ry Cms Sunday momiog wiU be 
the cmdudil^ activity d tiie lUd- 
Atlantic l^rine Omvoitkm btlbag 
)Mdd here this week. 

Noble Drt Murray Ktotor. lUus- 
ti^iuB VcBpetiai Chajdain of the 
Sbeiae d Nortii America, will be 
the prfaK^ wg^ket for the aerv- 
ke whk^ will start at 9:30 a.m. 
I^. KantfM- is the raUbi of tiie Agu- 
dath A Chhn cmgegri^an of Sirf- 
fdk. 

IntroduiticML d the ftiaetpal 
ep^ker wi^l be made bv Noble 
Judee ^. B. Kellam vf the 28tfa- 
Judicial. Circuit 

Others tak'nif part in the Shrine 
R$ligicu5 servlcfl ai*e Noble Rev 
John J. Howard pastor d th& 
E^nmanuel EpiFcopal' C!lmrch\ oi 
Ph'dMis- who will givfl the invo- 
catioD. and Chaplata Alia W. Rob- 
w^son, asw'stwf district diapla'n 
of the 9th N-'val District who will 
pr'Wide tfje hened1cti(». 

Heidiri-* die Virginia Beach 
9?rin€ Chb cMnmitte^ for the ar- 
ranp^ment* fnr the reli«»liu"' serv- 
ice was ^fWe Ira MoCIaid. Col. 
Jobn R. Williions, Commandite 
officer d Fort SUxcy, provuled 
anidi asd^ana apd cooperattn 
ftw Um itje of the historic haA- 
marie. 

, CluHrf«« fron die SMaMn lOd- 
Atiattie iraiwfll ii«g in Aa reB- 



gions sovice. 

Cape Henry Cross, located at 
Fort Story, is a memorial on the 
spot where tfie Jamestown Cok>- 
niiti first landed hi die new wxiA 
on April 26, 1807. "Hie Cape is 
named for Hairy, Prince of Wain, 
son of King James L 



VIRGINU BEAOiA 16-year-old 
gh*! and her 9-year-old brotiier 
^ere tound safe by their rescuers 
early Friday mw-img aftw getjng 
iaat ki tlw nature trails of the 
Seadiore State Park. Kattiteen 
MrirjjEHfBDe— doQitb became 
tInuiRdfcy attemooQ when they ran 
•head;; d tfieia familj'. 

-i^lDl . pdiea depaHltaaqt n»t 
ciOed ia at 7:00 pjn. whdi the 
ciiildr@i cotid not be found by 
pti|t i^cen and their pareats. 
' OiOdals Mtimate b^twesn 230 
aofiSSOpeo^inm pdice, fire and 
Tuma tfflfts ^iiMd forces in the 
seardi. They methidically comb:d 
most of the 2,800 acres of the 



iwamp md^ foresl^ land vnUi lig)^ 
and bull boms. 

Kelly Rice, Roy PaMt wid three 
other searchers, who are ur. 
idaitified, fmmd the pair, wtro saj 
they gave up toying to get ou 
8:30 pjn. and sat dow.t uk 
witod for someone to come t( 



steiH HiAert H. Humphrey. li. 
Governor Mills E. Godwh), Jr., 
Colgate Dwden, Jr. and WilbJr 
J. C^hn, underaecretary d th6 
£)e^artmcnt of Malth, Educati^/ 
and Welfare* 

^ H^ii>ti-aUon wiU t^sgin Sunda 
morning at the Panorama Rodr. 
at the Ca.alier Beach Cli^. A re 
reptioo will be hekl late Sunda; 
aftemo(m, to be fidlowed by th 
>pening 9»Bion at the Aim B 
jiepard Civk: Center. The prin 
.'ipal speaker at that season wU 
X Undsiaecr^ary Wilbur J. Cohn 

Hie first ^lenl a«»ion MmmIbv 
noming wiU be he)d at ifae Cav- 
alier Hotel BaUnoom. At this dme 
he Ruitycipal o^ab wlH «dopl 
ts ^ataithre pn^ram Ui be ptt- 
rented to the 1966 senioo of the 
Virginia G«)eral Assen^^. Two 
;ue^ ^}eak«i will »idr^ the 
klegates at the nxHuiie s»^n. 
They are A%aijlaines. fwi 
Ce^fsasmtti from Alabaim, 
Dr. Rdand E^ffx, Piolmaar 

olitks ard p^Mc iMrs at 
'rinc^on University. Dr. Egger 
'^u {(srmarly m te facid^ of tiK 

Jnivenity d Yi0Bia d. CUm- 
»ottCTyflte. , - - ..-:^ '- 

The , Hoeday IliirtW at tfae 



Ci^nmliisfoa on Ii^r 

Relatimts. ^ 

IMeT Ou^ ^iRTWiN) anra^lih 
meots have been made Us the ddlp 
pm^ tow tlM QwHpatte Mqr 
i^idtoe-Tinind Conptex. Ibflt «iQ 
Ni toHowed by an op«i haM#, 
ipo.n^r^ by all of the 

the cbsmg boMpit 
ni^ will feature an aAfe^ % 
the fwmer Govimor of Vv%Mi 
and fer»er i^PtrtAMt«( ti» QMi^ 
verCity d Skpaa, Cfl^ite W. 
Danten, Jr. " < 

In addftfon to tike fiA'|mgnp 
for the iMii^ai, aepento pro^ 
grama have been {rovhM for ^ 
wives, by ttie Gty d 
Beach. 






Nishwiy 
ieksAppnvIt 

Otpai'tmiBt of H^MNQTi taa 1% 



SOLDIER OF 
THE MONTH 

FT. EUSTIS, Va.-Cpl. Raymond 
J. Daidel, of the 461st Transporta- 
ti<H) Co., Ft. Kory, was selected as 
Soldkr d the) Month for August 
for the Army Transportaiion 
Center and Ft. Eustis. 

In rerognition of his selection, 
he was pr^ented with a certificate 
and a $25 Savings Bond. 

^rpord Daniel, who entered 
the Army in May 1964, is a section 
l^der of the 461st. He is a nativ, 
of Maplewood, N.J. 



WILL COMPETE 

LYNNHAVEN - LynoeU Bass, 
17, d 404 Sahwp St., wfll c<m)pei3 
in the nationwide sixth annual 
"Bidss Ammc^n Teen-A^ Con- 
test" et Pidisades Amusen^nt 
Part. N. J. September 9th and Utfa. 
Palisad» Amusement Park, N.J. 
is located ohe mile south of the 
(jfimge WaJiington Bridge in New 
Jersey opposite New Yoric City. 

The contest which is sponsored 

by WPDC-TV/U and Teen-Ule 

Magazine, off«'s an opportunity 

l<a TV stardom. Ail girls 13 

through 1? who are American 

dtizttia, are digible to eiter the 

MIm America Teen^Agar 0»^ 

^di was fcxBufod six years pgo 

at PaUaades Amw^ment P«t, 
NJ. and fo now the oldest natitn- 
widghmn age con^rt ai^ pni^^ux. 



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ORIENTATION 



BIRCHWOOD— The kindwgarten 
d the Emmanud Lutheran Church 
will hold (U-ientation for parents 
md chiklren registering on Sep- 
tenOia- 9 ^ 10 between 9:45 a.m. 
and 12 noon. 

Hie teachers for th^ 1965^ year 
wiD be Mrs. F. A. Retzke d Tha- 
lia; Mre. K. A. Price and Mrs. W. 
^ephenson of Kings Grant, andi 
Mrs. D. Craig of Birchwood who 
will be the mi'sic teacher. Mrs. 
R. Pete-son of Princess Anne Pla- 
za will be the driver for the 
school. The pastor Is the Rever- 
end K. A. Price. 

The church is at 301 Lynn Shores 
Drive, Virginia Beach. 



two were found betwear 
Osmanthus IVkl and Lag(H>n Tra 
whidi are aboui a mil* apart am 
S'X miles fmn Shore Diiv«. 1%' 
youngst«ti had tdien the mile 
long OmanUius Itail to a dead 
end in the'r effort to rrtun) X'' 
the camping area acrora Rotrtc 
30 from the trails. 

Searchers feared they mi^t b" 
bitten 4^*^^ poiacMious sqal^. 
biit Uiey conplamed (wly d mos- 
quito bites and scratches pn tlKir 
legs. Kathy was wearing Bermuda 
shorts and her brottier had m a 
bathing suit and a terry doth 
jacket. 

Mr. and Mrs. Eu(%ne Smith d 
Munhall, Pa., are the parents of 
the youngsters. Smith is a U.S 
Steel exeaitive. 

The family, which mdudes three 
other children had been campii^ 
at the state park. 




PTA LUNCHEON 

VIRGINIA BE.'^CH - John B. 
Day P-TA held a luncheon for the 
faodty at die sdiool cafeteria on 
Septetnbar 2. 

Mrs. June lliomas, iH*e!adent, 
ii^odkjced tlw board xuscAxsca 
wl» win sftve the Parent-Teachers 
Assod^rai for the curr^t 1965- 
06 sdioA year. 



LOSS FELT 

VIRGINIA BEACH-While the 
world mourns the death of Dr. Al- 
b«1 Schweitzer, a personal feel- 
ing of loss eame to Henry I. Jaffe, 
local businessman, at the news d 
his passing. 

Ten ^ars ago, Mr. Jaffe made 
a 7.500 mUe round-trip into Africa 
to meet the famous humanitarian. 
He met and talked with him pe^ 
scHially. He saw tl^ work he was 
doing. And he never forgot hhn. 

At die time he visited Dr. 
Schvraitzer, he was impre^ed to 
see how mudi Christian devotimi 
and unselfishness filled the mis- 
sion. Natives «^»ld travel days 
and miles to get to him for help. 
Tlje most heart-rending povertv 
ani .sii^kness contrasted sharply 
with the abundanpe of beauty of 
all living plants and creatures al- 
lowed to roam free in the iungl? 
area wher? the hospital and mis- 
sion were tocated. 

"No one who had ever met this 
great humanitarian and saw th<* 
work he wa-^ d<^in<» c«i'd forsfet 
•'im." said Mr. Jaffe. "He was a 
friend the whole worM will miss." 



*t3i^ pWVt meetfog at tbeOi^ 
aUo* HoM and at the hmn^ltaaa 
Motor SMtf will be: Planning «Bd 
mkB% offidak; f1n«idid ottken; 
Rectevilopment and houskig <ilH 
ctfs: Qfy and Town Attdrabys; 
Utility ofBcera; Rccreatknal of- 
fidals: Purduudag d^^; and 
City and Ttwn 0e«fci. 

M(»day eimnbig Aie Oty of Vlr- 
I^Bia Bead) wUl W a coobiut 
at die Cavalwr Yadit and C^mb^ 
CliA for all the ddegates omI their 
ladS^. ^ arening sesskNOs are 
scheduled 

TijM&y addti^ indivichiaf 
Leapie groiqi meetings wiU br 
held. CUy awi Town Attorneys 
wiU Rwdt agMk Othn* groins 
fOMm% iscbde PUiHg Works ai£ 
E!^lne«rii% offld^; Ctty and 
Town {U)d Uiban lAnagera; Avi- 
ttta; and f« Odieetors aM 
IVeamffera, indo- ^ chairman- 
ship of VirgUta BMd) (^ Tr^^ 
wer. Jack Ettie^Uge. 

The hi^ight d tbe coaiwntion 
issebedided fw Tuesday a^mxK^ 
at the Civk Cmtn-, wlmi ttie Vke- 
President of the United States, 
Hubert H. Humphrey, will addr^s 
the dBl<^tes. The Vice-Pr^- 
d«it's address will be fdkiwed by 
a speech l^ WiUiati G. Cobnan, 



Acen#m ^ the i^ma j^k^ 
tod to tM army, the brtdft irill 
uve a Bovigattai ape^iag irttb 
kariiontal dwraoce of tat hA 
Sum 86 feet iJMimal to the aida of 
the chiitel aod a wtloa <M- 
etiee d about » faat at Irigl^ flfc. 

tfie brlilii^ worid be eoutruplK) 

exiating bridge. It vndd \m t^ 
Uun .w^e aad l yp r oxto a t ^ 
vm (i«l kng. 

'The brM|e li of^bd baiiy, «- * 
peciadfy duri^ be totiriit aaaite. 
At ttanei, aoMMWei kavt Imb 
baclRd xsp w far am Ormt WMk 
Road iM B^Udie PiB» (MMa 
r^poirtt liow ^^ hrtfgo Wli 
beta tte aene oj ttan^M rt^ 
Sid efitttfoQi. maay H 4i«t Jk- 
vdvii^ aevwri iMtwwjpli. 

Irate i^^eaa aad ^Wali INe 
be^ IM^ to bnfld aiff a krMie 

for aevffd yairs. 

N» piMc hearing wBl bebeU 
on the nurtta- wteis r^Hca 
warr;tt)t sudi actkn. Wnttm com- 
meits from the almd poM of 
oav^gitfion wffl be wdeome to tfie 
Afttce d toe Osm of jlo^eers. 
F<Mrt NorfoUc. 809 Fnn^ Street, Nor- 
foOc. ObjecUons baaed ipoo ofter^. 
eensideratkms wiD beHJOMdiNl 
iml made part of ^ Ent^iMn 
record m Oms ma^r. ^ 



Mayor Signs ProcUunanm 



GIVE BLOOD 

VIRGINIA BEACH-The oopor- 
turitv for area residents to donate 
thei]^ b'ood to the American Red 
Cmss BloodntKHbile cottm again on 
Friday. The bfoodmobite will set 
up at U» Vhr^nia Bead) Fire Sta- 
tfon, 20th pmi Arctk: Ave., fnrni 
12 noon till 8 p.m. 

^obd ^ ahHgrs needed. 




la a NM, 
Daae^ IttQir ^ VkgMa 

. ' ii'!«a 
Dajr. 




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B.«.»^ CI 




*M, Thursday, Septwnber 9, 1965 



WEDDINGS 



TUCKlAf BApBS 

VmaiNU BEMS - John A. 
"ncto bas lAiMM^ tile mtf'- 
rti^ of htai dauiM^, (Haiuiette 
AUm, to Hi^^s Kinc^ Barn«. 
1%e marriage service waa held m 
August a, IMS to te ltoM»-ial 
G^fiel of Qfilee B^ofiri OKBrh 
w^ the imnimi Mmaed Bote- 
% offleiatii^. 

^ eaupk «iU n^db i» Kwa- 
jaiah« l^tfihaU Itfaal^ «lwf Vn 
Btfv^ V wry k y iB ^ as nr <9R> 
tnrilman with Oli^ Anociatea^ 






WNCS*!^ AU.-lte wedding 
«| liaa M^ ftie Uanis and 
l|at«n> futer T«rraU 111 waa 
performed S^toi^w I A p^- 
^ tee Mtv. m. i. l^te^t/isoa, ou(>- 
lilB «f «t Mo Bafim §ebod, aa- 
^btod b; the Rev. t. »»gty Aver, 
to the IViitf^ Church, ITuic^on. 

aa bride ia the dandiqr ol Dr. 
aid lb» Bfltart V. Mrria ot 
Vhm JenQT. Ite hridt- 
JadMamef Ifr. «MMN. 
T. Tama. ^ oL^Vk- 





^mmM BMCxii^ by bw father, 
tte^ril* vire A^m of wMe paau 

lAlenoon 

IB a dfaw^ire iaa 

pMB df aoM "A" line 

ibt appiliNd «^ ^daodi of 

iKtt, with a \%atteau 

traia. Sbt carried a c»- 

el .^irdpriaa, b^'a lu«i^ 

lii Kil^ted Hqt. 

Ninr ^eifc wee flie inatron of 
were Mrs. 
Haurbi of Lenoqre, 
ItWn- 
Of Nsw Yortc <^; Misa 
<Sliitb» Cbi^irtid d Whilebouae, 
i#^lMif 1M lin BM& Rrs- 
Im* if ^Mhett. Net JafiQ. 

JUited iNvriA Tarr^ >#ed 
aalbal matt. Uriiera wa« Bfdbet 

fled 1^ ^ree, Jr. ef l<iiQl^ 
llMlliliid, Dq^u EMd^ Mtavd 
if 'Itt iifa B f , iad 

aiMpaaaC 

rdla«ii« thi 
uwiiiai waa b^ in Mn^n 1^. 
4&r tte.wed(b^ tt^m caq>ie 
wffl apba ttNir rendeiiirf fa Ar- 







ItnS. MY^nUJP DORFER 
i (Beiec Pliote) 

<X)IN1BLIN-D0RFER 

VIRGINIA BEACH >- Misa Ann 
Mnie Coughtin becanM tiw bride 
of Lt. Jay Phillip Dorfer, USN. 
lA Star of the Sea Catholic churdi 
on Satto-day. Xbe noon ctmamy 
WM performed by the. Rev. Ed- 
mund Kollnr. >• 

•nie brida Mfflyi a u ghter of 
'Mr. ^ Mrs. Jtaeph J. Caughlin 
of linkb(»8 PiiHi fbe taidegroom 
is tte son of Uft. Mfldred Doder 
of San Trmtdmso, CaMfnnia, and 
die Late John HiilUp Denier. 

Ibe brMe wiv given in marriage 
by her father- Miaa MOdr^Coogh- 
Un waa her s^^'s maid of htmor. 
BrulMnidib were Mrs. Jack 
O'Neil Stevens of Norfdk, Miss 
JttdUtti KS^qtt Dbda of Saa An- 
tonio, Tncas; and iliia Mary Lou 

uDCil wl tllUBlWna. 

U. Wade Newbeg^ Jr.. \mm. 
qC^« f^wctsi^, Cpte^ ao-ved 
„ ikt mm^ Gf^ftoiniM Mr^ 
U ^adc 0'N«rfl Sievei^. \m^. 
(d Noffflik; Lt (jg) Uerald Morgan 
USNR, d Wiiladdphia, Pennsyl- 
vmia; and Capt. Jdin J. Coi^^n, 
l^AF, of McGuhe AFB, New 
Jersey. 

FoUowkig the cttma^y a re- 
oeptkm was held at Uie Lyniduven 
houBgi of Littk Credc Officer's 
dub. 



MRS. THOMAS MUNFORO 
BOYD, JR. 

(Bake pbato) 
HUCK-BPVD 
vmomiA BEACH-Mias Jud- 
ith Ann Huek became the bride 
of Tbonias Minfocd Boyd, Jr. at 
4 pjm. <M Smtday at the First 
Predfytertan Church. The Rev. 
3iA»9. i^lee pafartned Oa oere- 

Ite bride is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mn. WiBiam Ridband Huck 
of Biidneck PMot lUa btWl|(Ribin 
is Ae «m of Mr. ^ Mti«- Thomas 

of 




niirrwge 

waa nudd of 

»:i.p.lM»Jr.af 

% mdtroh of hon- 



iiasCaro 
' Sliai 



waa 
juud. 
ferjhis 
hfcn 

Is. 



'>ny. 



Iitew 



LErS TALK FASHION 

■ By ALICE BRfWER WHITE 



mfm 



ta odar to be elegu^ yea 
must be in fashion. If the lateet 
fasUm baf^iaa to be exactly what 
ndta y«i be^ sa much the better! 
But if you camot bear fads, ^len 
don't wear ti»m." So writes GEN- 
EVIEVE ANTOINE DARIAUX in 
her '64 book UU«J "Elegance." 
S», what with Go^ Crepes, Ye- 
Ye Flannels, Pop-Pop Creehets. 
Sipe'-Sijw Laces, SnwaMnurt 
CofcKilltfl «k) 10 on. ft hglMJiiili 
th« mm U^ ^ppo- tf ipM 



ou) 



PRKB .FWWE 

VIRGINU BEACH-The wedding 
of luss Br«ada Joyce Pr^ce and 
Sbn^st Ray FVonp was performed 
Ai^ust 21 at thft Flaza Bapti^ 
dwrch. I 

The bride is the datight^ <d Mr. 
and Mn. E. €. ItoUBtree. and the 
brtd^room is the s(« of Bfr. and 
Mrs. E. E. Fitime.' 

Hie bride's brottmr, Oiirlea E. 
Prke, gave h^ in marriage. Mi» 
Uada Harptf was maid ai hon>r, 
and the bri^mtaids' were Miss 
&»an i^^ and Miss Faye 
Vn«m, ^^ of tiw bri(i^roQm. 

Wayne Redg^ wta the best 
mm. Ushvs w&e E^Kvard Row^ 
tree, biother of Ihe bride, and 
Rdbot Morr^' brotiKsr-in-law ^ 
the bridegroom. 

A receptam was held in the home 
of the bride at SOS Ulh Street 



I 

Yflif B km the bu-Hne jacMi 
th^ are one^iatf of thte F^s 
suii . . . Jackets flawing dawa as 
stra^ as a cnrtain Mie fram 
coQar to hen with tb ^ekni 
hem soniaitaMf dMm mm jmt 
finsartipi . . . Seip suit JadEeto 
art cut shnler and m^ softor ft 
is true, but Aa kJ^ slra^t, slim 
line ia "bi"I ... Aii look ter 
lhe'% mt»% £aiO ii w^ w 
suit* . • . Ovd eapaa are $tuk 
wMi m^ BOW . . . Ibi Giuirdr 
mtilF ^it, • mnNim. tliivMt 
fitted coat witfi • gracef^ swhgy 
skirt is "in" ai »d m ^ drindl 
Buit wift wmfy raatei sleeves! 
. . . Dm't in^ ^ ttie Anv- 
thii^4]kMMUNt Ait ym wear (or 
rain, f^ fr #a»-tt0 is still we 
of yoRT beat buys did Just tope 
for BttfAltial 

EUGOAIfCS ATlik HmDOWN 
Par evwlMlaaldoaa it's aU fan- 
tasf! ^fHw sdviaee: "Discre- 
tkM fay &y «Bd m^ by 4|^ 
. . . jif^Hl hjHids with (keens 
of rh^ maqr toacdets that 
readi In the ftnen and below 
the iMorita*. imM sndab." . . . 
EnchMth^ (kedan c»iffured wigs 
d iaanan hak iriH be popular . . 
and kta of fcwtaatic colorful U^ 
rica, kits o| mwdbus 
an4 brMlM^dag far ifainrls 
Big news at ni^t: baraiess! Bare- 
nesa and ctrteuts in evening drus- 
es— we saw this everywhere in the 
American Designers Collections and 
those (tf die New Y(Ht Coirtiu^ 
GrQi9 during the recfiU aemi-an* 
nwd Imious Fa^on Pros Week 
in New York (We uriderstand the 
same was {Hievalrat in tltt Paris 
Cdlectlans, too.) 

FASiflON SHORTS: 

Fur ci|)8, berets, ami pixies wjO 
b| woni wift practically every- 
^Ei^r% . . A Pwsian lan^ c^ 
lo^ snappy with suitir, afKi>(l > rt^' 
. . . DIOR is jmt t h ( ii iwi y.i fa ig-» H>t 

poaher . ■ . AmeH^ ^^^^'^S^ 
SALLY VICTOR, LILLY PACHt. 
MR. JOHl«"and JOIfN FREDER- 
ICS feature them, too. w^e 
ADOLPHO has created a whole 
series of tricoms pattenied after 
UiMe worn bv the Brooklyn poet- 
ess, MARIANNE MOORE, for to! 
tlKse thirty years . . . Such cute 
and ''cool" hats this season, as 
well as head pieces, are shown for 
the teens. SEVENTEEN maga zine 
and the MILLINERY INSTITUTE 
OF AMERICA hope that this will 
faispire'hats to be worn on Oiose 
seventeen-and-a-half million hat- 
less teen heads in America at die 
moment! . . , Bound to be the 
most popular are those copies of 
France's CORREGES square lit- 
tle hats, worn with matchit^ boots, 
and also the neat visired caps 
and gamii»! 




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LUn ES^^H*N>qrtea dw 
hem tmt inches dxnre ttie knee 
but YCKm bmi i^aa't l»ve to 
]o<!e the {Mt^(»-^oM, liM was 
b*ained as an a»diitect and hts 
new lei^t|i is plemied to be acfeo- 
t^te. NORMAN N(»t^ Lis hav- 
ii^ fOBti fu! Witjhmm are 
imUs and his moMs in Aow- 
hi^ them liad luuised th^ kneca. 
rdeuU be ha at a mt^ ' 

at ^t!) m\ ^Tsvne 

the kibi of IN ^aiiMibi ^Me 
cord to b^dcr his ai^ draNe 
and oMts. Hia oidm: ^»ce-in- 
spir^ bliuMag sun sr^e against 
black, a pAita% dark hsrima blue 
and the ^aggy neitrala that can- 
vei be taggBd etther bhia Mr gray 

WAV M^ AMI ALL IHAT! 

%C0«m, Umum d^i^r ht 
Sail Fite Avanie, htt dafinUefy 
MM tkBtm Mce aidta M FaD. 
You laHia lo aad for die mooi 
Wa AniiinM Hi^ w Ippia- 
tktns, of courae) Ukt hmA to 
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VIRGINIA BEACW-Hie Septem- 
^[J|tfng of the Princeaii Anpe 
mWI/'Ch^ ^ V^ginia Baach 
^ tap hM at U:30 a.m. -Tuesc^iy, 
at die Pine Tree Ina Mrs. Gera^e 
L.^ AMrii^ resideiit, wifl pre- 

After tte business meting and 
lyDcbaoo, Mrs.. R. a ijwen, ckib 
iwtttute chainnan, will be in 
fliiwgp of Uia pra^am aetitied. 
'teaming Together." Partld^t- 
lif will be Mrs. C. U HerAlmr 
p^Maat^ ;<Our Praje-," "A CM) 
MHaber B«4i«v«« ' by lbs. i^ 
ray N. Holraes, and "Seek ^e 
N«eds of People" preswted 1^ 
Un, Kauneth Ginab^. 

Mba Ituy Jo KeOam. recently 
crowned Hiss W^ Sdiocd of 
AiMrica, will eotartina ttie meni- 
ben with the ao^ Cma '% 
Fair Lady" which pm ho" IcMirdi 
placa in the takot dbisM tf t|e 

M»ant- 

Reservations for ^ meefitag 
in^ be made by caWqS Mn. Itai- 
^ & MBups f Un. ft:'E Hvt- 



that mixing up <Miri(p with the 
space program is aad. It's biQt- 
tUng a very ^eat and seriotts 
thfaig. And, anyhow, bow db we 
know «HMit pe^de wear m the 
nofloi? They may be v«7 vi^U 
dresaed!'* 

FASHIONABLES 

WAN CRAWFWID will rsceive 
die 1966 Cn^td Ball atatton on 
October 1 in Philadc^diia^ lor "be^ 
ing a itw in die Iruait s^ise of 
the wrd, kNnriy'nrf warm— a 
«t8Mn ^ htM alwa^ walked 
ia beauty rad wMiae good taste 
has never dif^ed an flhidoa." 
Ae'tt Tecim% a cryatal sweat . . . 
D^iataMe h^is or no, CAPTAIN 
AUBED RUSK'S charming wife 
likea shifts, no binding, no hip- 
hugging with a {ree-lo«e fe^. 
She kirM cttov on <^hara tot 
prefers Mack herself! Slie*s chap- 
man of the October 14 COMTM- 
LANT luncbecHJ at Fort Story 
when Fall millinery and Wig City's 
wig diow will be featur^ with 
your AUSBEE on hand to pr» 
sent die show and meet the offi- 
cers' wives! ... Can't wait to 
see MRS. SIDNEY KELLAM's Au- 
tumn bonnet selections. She's at- 




COVERED DISH 

BIRCHWOOD - The FeUowship 
Activity wider the cHaumanship 
arrangamnt conunittee of F. A. 
Re^zke of Thalia will sponstar a 
Covered Dii^ Lawn ^{^ler on ^m- 
day afternoon at 4 p.m. at the Em- 
namuel Lutheran diurch, 301 Lynn 
Shores Drive in Virghiia Beach. 

Ilie Reverend K. A. Price is pas- 
tor qf die church. 



DAVm lODD's ensenride de- 
signed for ARTHUR JABLOW'a 
Fall Cooection. (A popular team 
wMi lldewator fashioniddes.) Le- 
swr tweed lajgreen and bMer- 
sweet ferms the slim shaped 
coat with ^ steeves. Skea Le- 
SMir wool in bittersweet makes 
the shift dress with button |yoke. 
Hareni4ype scarf hat by AD- 
OLPHE. Plratographed tai fnmt 

of die Hotel Pbaa fai New York. 
Canines faAtoo au EjiatoraL 

An ethereal <»cktail dress &• 
suited far tbe GOTHE o(dlectkm 
is of flowing and fhdd blue diif- 
Um, full skirted, with a self sash 
at the nptoral wai^ A bouffant 
hartm cape is attached to Uie 
hon ^ |mi(& jfor a Cocoon ef- 
fect 



ways to snartly hiMid, wutl^ 
in stoning high ciMm o^wh^ 
kr hi^ hafa'-do ... The tlOUSSL 
OF DIQR hm aM&A a new iwrd 
to our teahiiMi vocabulary— loopw- 
oos! The beautiful new backs of 
DIOR drieses in re^nt Paris 
blowings have fullness (fraped in 
loops and swags. So, add LOOP- 
EROOS to your fa^ui flatter 
because they'll \m vttf popular 
for cocktail Mid ball gowas. 

FASHION ElKHTETTE 

No, even though wearh^ many 
rings on your band may become 
popular and grwt ftsi, ypu never 
wear rings or fai'acelets av«- long 
evenings glav^ and «^wn wear- 
ing a dressy ensemble, yair wrist 
watch should be tucked away in 
your top drawer til the next morn- 
ing. Be helpless! Depoid on ywu" 
Stalwart Escort to keep YOUR 
time! (Send in ywr Fa^ion Eti- 

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sent IUb aipfftfy taSssed 
eostuaw far TiA. BlwA ud 
p«eB ^echerbMud wad tweed 
ferms flie dress detaled wlOi a 
MghjTnfi coOar aad sSm ddrt. 
tq]|ied 1^ a doa b l e t re asted op^ 
necfcUae >Md^ Ae corded wwd 
hat to Aadee of fjciai k by MR. 
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FreoMson Street, widi its beautiM dnuxhes and 
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waOwd to .«id fxtim clnirdi. It was a social event to be 
SMp walktag down this rtreet. In ttj<»e years H. D. C^ver ' 
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fiffiiut the (^a a^ But y 's need for expefUy nandled bwial 
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John PitfriGk Rkfa racaivMl iite 
BA degrae at the CoD^ of WD- 
Uaro k Mary, aad wffi be on tiia 
faculty of PrbKxaa Aium Pboa 
Eaamoitary school. He is ttw tea- 
bami (rf the lanmr Bev«*iy G«a^ 
«ma Ri^ann ad Norfolk and dw 
son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ricka 
of VirgMa Beach. 

• • * « 

Mr. and Mbv. E. %>enc«r Wise 
vA fmnify have retuned to tlwir 
hwie on Snd atrert afte- sgtsoA- 
i^ Um awimff la Ciwmpai^, 
lU. Mrs. Wiae racked a Maater 
oi Sciem^e degrac to tt»rary idrace 
from ttte Uni^rrity (rf 01. 
.• • • • 

DomM W. RuiadI, Son (tf Mr. 
and Mrs. Howard J. Russell d 
W& ncH^mce rtraet, has oMn- 
pteted {^iw auTuna- at the U5. 
Naval kcaAemy in Annapolis. His 
parents were on hand bx Paroit'i 
Day at the Open House held at the 
Academy iat weekoR): Dattfd, 
a ^a^Mte of Kellaffl High School, 
begins his academic ^ar on Sep* 
tember 7. , ^, 

• ♦ ♦ • 

Rec«Jtly retired after a number 
of years in Federal Service at 
FAAWTC, Dam Neck, was James 
L. Cunn^f. A dedicated unpkiyee, 
respected by co-workers, ttid as a 
member and office- of Lodge 1835, 
AFGE, he was prennted a plaque 
by the Lodge in recognition of his 
itsrvicK~4o tlia ai^aniaatioo. 

• • « * 

Hector A. Crte, SOOO Virgil 
itre^ has graduated from \W 
Fttnous Aitista Schools tA W^t- 
port, Connecticut. He spedaliz^ 
in oHiunaviad art and illustration 
during his three year course with 
the home study school. 



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Mrs. Tm* WhHe, "Parpie" H. WallM WWte, M 
Lee Lelmoi. iwk Wright wfA, Sylviii Patker. 

the wrttiier Sunday hurt the • 
Cavalier BeMh Chib crowd. The 
thrcM of "B«sy kept quite a 
few. pei^le from coming to Vh-- 
ginia Bead). 

The fa^on sIkhv put on by 
Roae Hall at the tea dance was 
very well done. I, Uie niai^ id 
the w«na> at the club seeii^{ thoae 
beautiful winter ck^hes, darted 
dreaming. 

Mrs. gnn^ Hn^iw and her 
daughtar-in-Jaw laaa are not <mly 
tttradive models but also w(»}> 
il«*Ad pei^'e to know. Tbe glamw 
<A htkag a nnodd aometimes will 
change a person to ttw point of 
conceit but this is not the case 
with Mrs. Harper and Joan. 

Some se«i at the tea dance 
were: Mrs. Vhaikaim Dudley, W. H. 
Btynt. Jr. from RkJunond. Mr. 
aid Mr*. M. J, AieffteU, Rbik M. 
J. Shcfllitdlltnd her daughter 
Linda. * 

Affirm. RabeH M. BM. Mlaa Mary 
gll aabeth Cw aip, Mfea. L. R . Vattj 
'Sf. and Kte. E. K. iefaocB. Arflnr 



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UilM«eM» Kfr. and Mn. J. 
^nd Ifrs. Datt* Badar. 

NriMl Hiai. A. f^'Bayfe. ^ 
and their (hui;hter Bdly Geae. 
Mr. tad Mfi, S^nley Badgaa. Mr. 
and Mrs. Fnak Mahw of Toronto 
Canada, Mr. afi^ MN. rartaal Bat- 
lav ef Bicjunond. Va., aud Wt. 
and lira. R. tee Baani^. . 

Ut0e Mtr <Ne BeiHke ww so 
cute daodiir «# b«!r datkly and 
^ caa reaHy follow fa^gQ. I mli^t 
go aci !tafM to m/ii^^^m tiie 
beat oouplA bn ^%br a&d dadd^ 
dkl sMpi to be ao v&y pmad. 

OtNN tsA weiPl: Mrs. EboMr 
(Pit) V. Cad^. mt. niim*. Uf. 
ale BNmatt. Mr. and Mn. George 
Malleii^ lib. nSJ Rfra. FMddia 
CUaeliela. and Mr. apdjMlti. Bai^ 
n. om' Mli I. T. IliiiaN. Mr. 
Me Mrs, Oeetge ,M. I|wwii^ Rj^r. 
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NPW GARDEN CLUB 

BmCHWOOD-A Dare To Be 
Dilf^nt Garden Clid> (as yet un- 
named) was M-ganiked recoitly by 
Mlra., Ba Cbsvaller, BIrs. Jean 
LeamMd. M*^. Rve D'wia, Mrs. 
LUa Davhi. Mrs. Mae Tippo, Mr«. 
Loma Bridenstine, Mrs. Jenrf 
McCuHv all of Birchwood, and 
Mrs. Sue Cox rf Tti-jHa. 

They recwitlv taired. the home 
of Rosariam Nfr. and Mn. E. D. 
Duval (rf Nwfolk, where they 
viewed the tovdy rosea and per- 
ronl al ga rte is 0iat artr 6» apec - 
ialty oS Mrs. Dmi. 

Plans for SapktaAm are to visit 
th^ gutko IH^ iia»» (tf Mr. and 
Mrs. J^ M. Leacfa of Smith- 
fidd. Virginia. 

The ^ win. be Afferent in 
duit there wfii be ao ofOcers, no 
(baa, no paiHaimi^By P'oce- 
chireii, no bv-lawi no busfaieffi— 
just hort^ture, and wiU meet 
at Hie homes ^ gMens oi the 
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Mr. aad Mrs. A. G. Beyke. Jr. and daaghter Betty Gc^a. (PMa 
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Mr. ud Mn. R. B. Harper 
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BIRCHWOapeBecent gueste at 
a oook-out at the home of Mr. 
mi Mrs. Edward Tippo of Birch- 
miod Gardens, were members of 
the Northeastern Yacht Club of 
Maryland who were on their an^ 
nual summw cruise dswn the 
Chesaprake Bay. 

Ifr. Tippo's brother and sister 
fn-bw, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tip- ^ 
ito of Wilmington, Del, on the 
¥adH "Ssa Foain," and Mr. and 
Mrs. Lew Fry and daughter of 
OaW)^ New Jersey, on ttetr 
yadit "Patricia III" were part of 
a wven boat, cruise t*;at traveled 
from Norf^Mstim to Salomo.n's 
Island, to Windmill Pnmt "larlm'^ 
and on to the Lafa-ette Yacht 
Cli b when: they spent a few days 
in Norfolk. 

Their nitam trip was by way d 
CSMsi^eake and Annapolis Yacht 

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ENqACEMENTS 

NORTON • >foCORMACR 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mr. aa| 
Vrs. Joseph M. Norton of Ldta 
Shores anncnfflce the engagemeit 

ji i4i.ir Jauahier, Miss Janice Ma* 
rie Norton to Midshii'^naiuRiGhi^ 
Franc s McCormack III, U»«l, d 
DsLhi, New York. 

Midshipman McCormack is the 
son of Mr. anj iHvi. Richard F. 
McCarmack II of "Federal Hill," 
D3lhi, New Ycrk, where Mr. Mc- 
Cormack is Dean of the 'School 
oi Bis'n2ss, Delhi Collsge, of the ■ 
Stat? University of New Ycm*. „, 

Mi's Norton graduated from Cfflt 
Hieh School, and is attending Noj^- ^ 
folk Cullege. She was a member, 
of^he 0984 Virginia Beach Q^^^ 
liwi. ' ^ 

Midshipman McCormack grs^^^ 
uated from Chaminade S^^ 
School, Huntington, Long bland 
and is presently attending ^^Da-^. 
nova Univwsity, Philadelphia. Ha 
will graduate in May 1966, ra> 
(living his commission as En^^ 
in the regular Navy and also & 
enp^n^ering degree from the Urtf 
versitv. 

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The New AlliaiiM 



Alliances ar© strange things. They 
are usually drawn up with sofne sound 
purpose m mind, whether that pur- 
po^ is a good one or not. Fortunately, 
most altiances are for the common 
good, and something useful will come 
of them. That, ^however is not always 
Jhe case^ Dictators have been known 
1p join irt i^nces to further their aims, 
©r to stir up trouble. Apparently, some 
politicians fit Into the sanr>e category. 
They «Jmetlnr»es junnp on a band\<vagon 
f^ H alr» ii y loHlng along, only to 
90 al^ig for the ricb, while attempting 
^ fufthw their aims. And their aims 
ilii|# fiQt riKessarily be in tl^ best in- 
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Chesapeake, where he ran strongest. 
He was beaten two to one in Virginia 
Beach. By the way lurlage has at- 
tached himself lo this new group, Jt 
would appear that he approves of or- 
ganizations. In addition, one begins to 
wonder just what tAr. Burlage'a future 
political aspirations really are. 
..M U Miiit , ^'If ^tw art-e^ir going to 
beat them (the dominant organization) 
theh you have to get toother the dis- 
sident Democrats, the antis, the inde- 
pendents and all who love good gov- 
ernment." Apparently this man who 
ran as a Democrat in the primary also 
welcomes Republicans, although he 
-fetlech to fnentton^ t h e m . B ut he mu s t, 



^ A 4Myv coalition between a Chesa- 
,^4^ Oty Councilman and the Vir- 
iHnIa ftepdslican Assembly has been 
$mm4 rec^Hy. 1^ leaders say its purr 
(IM kk to set up organizations in Oies- 
||3Mfa» to fight that city's dominant 
Mfanizatton, me leadert ^dd that the 
dcKnInant c^rganization In Chesapeake 
N leenii^ toward the "Kellam camp." 
^Hwi^£rs say they believe that Vir- 
ginia Beach political leader Sidney Kel- 
am Is now f ^^i^ 10 (gnt f ol Tld ^^ /ate r — - Vi rgin ia DeadtJiittl^lteyedvg 



since the new Chesapeake a>alition in 
^u4m the Virginia Republican Assem- 
bly. ,^^^^ ,^ ^^ . 

We happen fo fove good govern- 
nfient, too, but we wonder" at the feasi- 
bility of joining a group of dissidents, 
antis, and the like. It Is easy Sq use 
flag w«y|ng tactics, as Mr. Burlage has 
done. In hdpe of garnering support. 
But we hope that the voters^wttl-rwt 
be fooled. 



"tam Ts now t^l^lo (am rol Tld e witf er "^ "Vfrgmtarteadt -iiag wqgyea j goea: v tn i r prwp»n. •Y^^'J'^^^^:\]"r lurl^^nr ^hiTw^ J^ unab^-Rrsse 



pe^. How this li possible, or how 
one mant^ri ccmtr^,. politics in one 
dty, mtjdh less In tWo^ if b#ypii^ ui* 
but that is the thinking c^ the new coa- 
lition. , 

Be that as it may, what we find 
lai^heble about Hie matter is that one 



can function properly withfii^^iisffe 
kind pf prganizatioft, Ifris # jiecaKidfy 
oart of politics. The way thejvoters of 
Chesapeake were soi)adly split in the 
recent primary, it appeared that some 
type of good organization is needed 
for that large city to move forward, as 



partteular man has jumped on the band- Virginia Beach has done. Virginia 
w^jon ^ this new alliance group. He Beach is a good place in which to live, 
is Ba^ide attorney L. Charles Burlage, and one of the reasons is that organi 



soM^^ debated candidate in the re 
cent Oempcratic Primary^ In his bid for 
rt»e Democratic nomination for State 
Senate, he ran fifth Tn a field of five. 
He ran on a platform of loosely oon- 
nect«^ charges against the Democratic 
orgartizatlon In Virginia Beach. He 
spoi« in generalities, but never pre- 
sented specifics. He ran as an inde- 
pendent candidate, saying that he was needs an. organization to fight an or- 
•gainst organizations. Now he says he ganization, perhaps he should join this 

welojmes this new organization in one bef ore he seeks any other office. 

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zation has been in evidence for many 
years in all phases of life. 

Burlage approves of and welcomes 
the new coalition. Good. We welcome 
all political groups. Our only hope is 
that rtie new group will not hurl ridic- 
ulous charges into the wind without 
coTKrete evidence to back them up. 
And since Mr. Burlage apparently 




OPEN FORUM 



Tlie New City SymiioL-^ 



Dear Mr. hmimsAai: 

A^^ wM Um mml^ 9f THE 
VIAQINU BEACH WSCm 
SQUAD Mva isr ftnrii. tUt kMer 
to Mlf«9l«natory m to m» mad 
tvma fw its mri»nittance to jwu. 

Cm vm 000 laat July M I tiad 
my fim heart atodL tt i^^, 
at .the ai^til heur of S:» »m' 
after a ^9 wai% ^ ao ymm, 

tog- 

cue year md om mu^kim 
the lecond heart attack hit me 
at U« sane ham after a dby'* 
•wmk aad witk no warning. This 
one was August 9. 1965. 

foia^ I wMi to pay tribute to 
The RMCue Sfuad who answered 
my wtfe's frantic call for help so 
pnaj^Uy t»to in a' year and «Je 
aiatk. Timt Bm m6n appear to 
me Mfw iark^ titoae minutes of 
pirin and a^m^ewion as a maze 
bT^ned VMmutw, as they ar- 
rived 80 ^acldy to give roe life- 
saw^ oxygen, put me <xi a 
stretdMT, Into the ambulance, and 
duve swiftly jo the hospital. T!» 
flirt time to,j3ie wnergency room 
at (M Va. Beach Hoq^l and 
the next time to Va. Beach New 
General Ho^ital. 

Time and oxygen were the ab- 
solute factors involved. The Va. 
BEACH RESCUE SQUAD GAVE 
BOTH WITH SPEED AND SKILL. 
Both times they had ^^icb)C.M 
the h(^}ita}*whai I got tt^c and 
quickly I was under his care and 
knowledge, all of which with God's 
heln, saved^me. 

There is today a wonderful feel- 
ing within tm tiiat I h^d omtribut- 
ed to the hospital and ttie RES- 
CUE SQUAD and I ^all continue 
to do this to the best of my ca- 
pacity as Jang as l^aU live, Sia 
cerity cMmot be contested mc 



ignored. Ite RESCUE SQUAD aii4* 
Oim NEW HOSprriO^ wUI accept 
fm h^ tOft^J I ptod wiA 
^ im yev ooDt^ribiMU- t^ 
aot iMfiiiB A^ rmaae niqr bt 
^. "Mi to II ^ ksm oae wbt 
bm bmo umA totet. 

MDBMD V. BAILIES 



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" l^e City ofVrrgWa'Bea^^^ feel ttiatlr wbofd h^iin\ 

iqtt symbol of the city. The front-rufl- excellent symbol for the^ City of Vir- 

nfr; «t the mbmenr, is the old light- ginia Beach, especially since it is pne 

house at Cape Henry. There is a ctm- ol our ©ld(Hl structures still standing, 

mittee ef wprk now peeking to make Additionally, Virginia Beach Is identi- 

the old lanfimark- synonymous with fled with the waters of the Atlantic 

Virginia Beach. We heartily approve; and Chesapeake Bay. The old tower 

and we urge the city fathers to adopt stands at the entrance to the bay from 

the 175 year old Ijghttouse as our ¥iiry the oceanuonthe grounds of Fort Story, 
own symbol. "P""T"^= ^ — ^"^^^e child we heard the st©F^ of 

The pre s ent symbol, f hft AAftrnjry th^ old liflh thouse and its newer re- 



now, I 
bjr«B 

cotem. "We Will Bury Vou/' af 
p«HVg on your ■ iiijiijiil pagft. 
Without questlop^ ttM aipiace of 
militant oanimMMi to f 1^ re4 
tlM-eat to oaf ^Umid vcurity. 
Ite negative ^Mmif 4 comm^h 
otom in the mm, vtt 4to doe> 
trbie of diale(^i^ jMtertolism. ip 
emigh to i|pfl vy fkpa^thA 
and pakic^c AlMri^- 

However, I nail esDCeai that I 
im flnore npmt fcf At falcated 
tenor of tile orfHBM. U. Baie must 
be criticized htr hto \»ck et atten- 
tim to schriarif dataito. Ite c<^ 
omn has all ^ MroMrfai of a 
factual report, ^ no loc^M^ 
tim is evo* ^wn. I do m^ qura- 
tiiffl tte author's iiHegrity, I marf- 
ly a<:k for puMicatioAs awl dates» 
along witi) page numbers, etc;. 
wh:dh I ml^ find helpiy in <te- 
ing research of my own. More- 
(^er, the authm- (days havoc vltti 
caiutalization and pun^uatiw. If 
' ^iptal kiiei's appear,' tft au^n 
or diffa-oit punctuation tfian tluA 
of Uie originil mwMI^^ the 
author should note Uiat the capit- 
alization or italicizing is bis. 

Tlie imnlication is pile of f» 
risht-wingism. which I do not thiidc 
eltiier the mitfaffl- or your newspa- 
per inteiKis. 

Sinca«Iy,* ' ***^ 

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beai la^^ BWi tlm%-^ispecially 
all the tulk about C%mini .end even 
Apollo. In fact, there #re those-.who 
wonder about #»fedSft)ility of using 
the Mercury Cepsi^le m the .first place, 
siRce Virginia Beach was ^ not directly 
related to the space program or to 
NASA or L^igley Field. We do admit 
with pride that tjie first astronaut to 
ride in a capsule, Alan Shepard, vi'as 
a resident of Virginia Beach at the time. 

The^old lighthouse, with a grand and 
glorious history is now a National Land- 
mark, and is open to fhe public. It [s„ 
really something to see, and we hope 
that all residents of, this city and all 
tourists take advantage of the oppor- 
tunity to see it. The old tower is open 
to the public, under the auspices of its 
owner, the Association for the Preser- 
vation of Virginia Antiquities. 

It has wifhstood, since 1790, fire, 
hurricane, enemy attack and even v^n- 



One (rf our ^it/t tra^dies loAnr # our choice of trash ki pref^* 
ence to truth, We are m loqger wise shoppers. Hie w^aVi to our de- 
partment store, and it displays for our selectitmi dieap, ^tterii^ 
baubles which "^cateh our eye, and also ttie truly fine peu^ of great 
{ffice. A grave danger for most of us is that we are always hunting 
^ a .tai^alB. We want something for nothing, mad we usuidfy end t^ 
by paying a large price for something that is absolutely wortiiless. 
All nf rrs rned to kirirpen mir Hniritiwl ahility la (jarriminatFi bfe_ 



tween whaS ia M lastly iwlu» and tfaoM teems wH 
value. 



Painful Surgery 



The special session of the Vlrfinia 
Oeneral Assecnbly Has plerformed its 
d^^e and painful surgery and it 
k»kt like the patient will recover. To 
our way of thinking, the legislators ac- 
ccm^ished tt^e new carving up 9! 
Virginia's ten Congressional districts 
weli, ^nd we believe that Virginia will 
^^ti4j0 to prosper under the new 
plan. 

Setf surgery Is by far the worst kind, 
«p^jally whffl-e politics enters the pic- 
ture. That made the job of the special 
mmm all the morB difficult. Actually 
rtwre «J«ned to be only two major 
proWpms with a few other minor ad- 
justments. What to do with the city of 
Chesapeake and parts of Northern Vir- 
ginia bogged down *he Assembly. No- 
body dppe§t9d to want either area. 
The northern Virginia picture became 
almost completely f»lltlcal. But it was 
finatly resolved, to the satisfaction of 
ne^iy everyone by placing the excess 



were political, forces at work that al- 
most stymied the Assembly. We would 
have been glad to see Chesapeake put 
in the First District, particularly since it 
borders Virginia Beach and because of 
the common interests of the two cities. 
In addition, Chesapeake is already*^ in 
the same State Senatorial District. But 
that would have meant The loss of the 
Eastern Shore from the First, and we 
are quite satisfied with our neighbors 
Jo the immaiiate north. The fact that 
Chesapeake was eventually placed in 
the predominantly rural Fourth Dis- 
trict does hot disturb us. In ^act, it 
could help that District consideralply. 
Perhaps we can look forward to re- 
newecf fervor there and to more pro- 
gressive thinkinq. First ^*Rourth, it 
made very little difference td us. where 
Chesapeake was put. We are simply 
glad the matter was settled so ami- 
cably. "5 



R>rt Story was not open to the public, 
and the original Shore Drive where the 
old-beacon stands was inaccessible. Fi- 
nally, at the war's end, we were able 
to visit the old tower and we were 
shocked at the state of repair it was in. 
The brush around it was so thick that 
we could not even get close. We were 
glad last year when it was made a 
National Landmark. We were even 
more thankful that the old structure 
was never destroyed. 

The towgr can never serve a useful 
purpose again, except as a museum or 
a shrirte, or even a monument to early 
settlers. But it can serve a useful pur- 
pose by becoming the symbol of the 
ci^y of Virginia Beach. We believe this 
will be a symbol of whic^ we can ail 
be proud. It is already steeped in his- 
tory, and as the symbol of'our city, its 
proud history can continue. 




T^e only real^av to aclfeipIisSr^liis is thro 
on an awareness (tf God's redity in your life. For God has a* #ay of 
speaking to you, ttiough unheard by human ears. What |t b^U'down 
to is this: you can have from life whatever vou want. If you wai| 
to base your life mi values that are cheap and shoddy, yon can have 
that— onfy be careful,, for life has a way of turning green frohi tarnish. 



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WE WILL BURY YOU' \ 



G)pywrtt2d 1965 
By LT. EARLE T. HALE 



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According to figures we have re- 
ceived from an administration spokes- 
man for Virginia Beach Public Schools, 
there are better than three thousand 
additional students enrolled in the 
schooT system so far. The nuiVibef^l 
students in Virginia Beach schools now 
tcrtals more than thirty-five, thousand. 
That figure represents a doubling of 
f.nrollment since 1959, just six years 
ago. And, of course, we remember 
when we began teaching ten years ago 
at Princess Anne High School, hoW 



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We congratulate the N^rginia Gen- 
itlon In the 'caiservative Eighth eral Assembly for coming up with such 
». How this will affect future leg- • a workable plan, ^d one rtiat is bourfd 

to ^Itisly the courts. It was a touah job, 
and it took a little time to qet the de- 
tails ironed out, but We think that with 
all the politics and personalities that 
had to be dealt with, the jc^ has l^en 
well done. The surgery i^ now over, 
and recovery has kieri immedlata. 



itl^rtlSn or future elections remains to 

but we look fcMT^^ard to more 

political thinking in that 

esult of the rfdistricting. 

- was mMlhir\Q else. It 

iji^ ^ ^Ispdy really 

and there 



small the, school system was. Obvious 

ly the tremendous growth of the sys 

tem has come as the population has g>ea| strides have been made 

increased by leaps and bounds. And school system is no longer small 

the population explosion in Virginia 

Beach is by no means over. 

New housing developments and 
apartment units are being constructed 
at a near record rate. More and more 
people are moving to Virginia Beach 



seeable future. New schools will have 
to be built to meet the demands. And 
they will be 

The thing that amazes us the most 
Is the quality of /curriculum and per- 
sonnel that Virgini a Be ach schools has 
managed to maintain under such 
stress. We can be tremendously proud 
of our schools and the programs of- 
fered, as well as of the teachers. Ono 
of the major reasons that the sc^ol 
system has been able to move forward 
while building at a rapid pace is that 
the salary scale for beginning teachers 
has nearly doubled in the past ten 
years. It still is not high enough, but 

the 
It is 
still growing, but has been able to 
keep up with that growth very well. 

As we drive through the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, we can point with pride 
to the excellent physical school plants, 
and we can experience a feeling of 



'lleet Composite Squadron FOUR 

NAS Oceania 

(Eighteenth in a series on Communism to be published each week) 

■ "^ Mfca. y,^ "I AM AN AMERICAN" t , «. . 

Sgt. Harold George Bennett was "exeeuted" by the Viet Cong on 

June 25, 1965. lUs was almost six nntonths after his capture in the 

savage fighting at Binhia. The announcement of his execution by 

radio Hanoi was denounced by the State Department as a "wantcm 

. act of murder." Case closed— well not really! 

I Sgt. Bennett was from a small town in Arkansas— PerryviUe. He 
probably never expected to die in a far off country at the hands <rf ' 
men who hated him with a passion that was entirely unknown to him. 
I'm sure he never thought^ of himself as a hero and chances are 
he'll riaver get a medal for dying. But the way he died placed him 
besicte Nathan Hdle and the hindreds of thousands of Qttier Ameri- 
cans who have made tfiat "final sacrifice.'' 

"Final Sacrifice" has a certain ring to it— Uke "la^ ftdl measure" 
and "supreme sacrifice." These phrases soi^ radier hmdc and 
even glamor(Mis. But make no mistake because the jMcture their 
really convey Isuot ore of nobility and glory; it's young bodi^ twist- 
ed,, brokan and bleeding; gapping torn wounds; contorted faces witli 
agonized open mouths, "now silent, that scream^ i<x r^ase frai| 
the pain an^ agony. ' ;^ ' 7 

All of those who paid this "last full measure" had dreams of 
Kcurity mi {lerhaps of raising families someday. But who was (0 
'secure this hiture for them? In the final analysis k ws» th«a— mee 
Uke HaroM ^nn^tt; men who had no quarrel with anynw biA some* 
tow knew h(»v proud a boast tt was to s«y, "I am m AmarioBi." 

After his capture he and one other American were taker> to a 
compound several days march frrni Binhia. There he was bound 
hand and foot with wire. After the first day his body was racked 
with cramps and muscle spasms. He was to remain for the better 
part crsix months in this position. They asksd him detailed militarf 
questions but the Code of Craiduct he swore to uf^ld forbade his 
answerir-"; as did the moral obligation he knew he bore to the mep , 
still figh^g. Sergeant Vi, a South Vietoames^ P, 0. W. in tiie sanne 
compcNiRd, med "they t^t him wltH thdr fist^ and gun butts until 
his face was red widi blood. When he refused to mswer questiorm 
dtirine brainwa^ing sessi(M!S, the Viet Oot^ wouU hit him ver^ 
hard." 



each year. The closest population fig- pride in the curriculum provided/ as 



ure we have been able to come up 
with is appro;Himately 150,000, but 
that figure changes each month. The 
School Board has a terrific problem just 
keeping up with the influx of residents 
and providing adequate school 



well as in our instructional and admin 
istrative personnel. 

We look forward to this school y3 jr, 
and hope we .will have the. lo»v€st 
dropout record ever. The schools are 
tKere. Now it is up to the students to 



plants 
and instructional personnel. This prob- get the fine education that is here 
len^ will not ease any time, in the fore- thenrv , 



^or 



"Oi^ day," Sgt. Vi said, "a Viet Cong movie t^am arrived at th^ 
camp to film a Kene where United States (^^rs M Vietn^neM^ 
soldiers to fight, but finally have to surren^ to tfae Vi^ O^. 

"Bennett refused to participate and was mnf^ b&tm. T^ Vi^W 
Cori^ were very mad at ^nnett— so mad ^t n^rgr tipMS th^ 
wasted to sNxA |um." 

And ... on June 5, 1965 they did . . .ami asw peftpp lie's ftw- 
gotten! What dk! he die for? He di^ ffr |oh and^mf I^s mi 
mtne too. He (tted f or a world without fjuttg, Imjgwt 1^ thai 
i^ar tte ^^ea ior» m tte cooscioice (tf eu»i. 



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School at 8 p.m. 71k course k 
free «sl Is ^wn to met ami 
weraao ov^ 11 ^vs i^ aga. It re- 
fiAm tae nii^ a week ks 
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The U.S. Power Squadron Is a 
natknal (S-gmizaticm with ovei- 
tt.080 membars in mere than 3S0 
(^ptwa acatlered tiutH^hout the 
Onited StatM. Dwii^ the mmrnier 
9eas(» Its monb^s hold piloting 
Ind'predkrted log contests, cruises 
and Mcfad galheiags,, but lU 
{Kimary {xjrpoae Is eAication. Hk 
{Milting cowse is the elonentary 
course ted to qpei to the public. 
BoatnMn succ«^i% compl^tog 
tMs couiv bectsne eligiUe (or 
memba-^ in tt>e Squadnn uA 
than may §q ^ to more iKlvanced 
^udy ending with Cdestial Navi 
gation. lliere are also electivt 
courses which include Seaman- 
ship, Sail, Weather and Engine 
MaintataiaMe. ^ 

'"Hie Pilotii^ course has wwne- 
thing for every t^ of boatman." 
said E. L. Marchwit, the local 
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i)litti«of Uie |l(MKi. With the ri^id 
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nadjr wcrcwwii ng wr wat«^ 
fNiya, wa #11 need to know moro 
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PERSONALS 



Mr. and Mrs. Herbal C. Robin- 
wjtk have returmd to this area 
after an al»aice vH 25 years. Bfrs. 
Rriyaiatt te a fidr few decwating 
and is now Inisy putting ho- tal- 
oits to good use in their new 
h(ffiM in Bay Ck)lony. 

Miss Jeume I^ce StdiMber, 
daughter (rf Mr. and Mrs. R. J. 
Stoinhilber <rf Thalia Road, will 
serve as editor d "Concq^" Con- 
verse College lit«-ary magazine, 
during the 19^46 acadonic ses- 
wsa. A rising sraior. Miss ^to- 
hiB>er was appointed to the office 
by the Publicaticmi BoaiA ft jw 
Cdlege. 

Among the 815- freshmen who 
have b^n accepted for admis«on 
and plan to enter Ldiigh Uidver- 
sity this FiOl at Bethlehem, Penn- 
sylvania, is Jipnes L. Batcheler, 
son of Mr- and Mrs. James W. 
Batcheler of 712 24th St. 



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of a«w and InUuid nstaerlti vit 
meet in Ricbiaend Sabtt^. Ssf»^ 
temba: 18, to cwaWer chtt^es xl 
the tish ragulations for IMS, ac- 
cording -to B^Mcut^ ItevdiOi 
Caeater A. Ptaetpe. Alao, to be con 
sidered fhrst on the agenda, wU. 
be a tentative proposal to cios. 
the waters and man^tes d ited^ 
Bay and its tributaries to gooa. 
dwoti^ for the first two weelL 
of the season intil the opei^ 
of duck hunting on Novendier %*. 
A ptnlic heanng to bepft ^ 
9:30 a.m. will give intarcstaa 
^rtsmen an' (^portunity to pre- 
sent their views >on toe Back 
Bay iton as wdl u m d^k^ 
dianges in the fish regulations 
P»^ns unable to attend in per 



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DIreetar, i^, in turn, iM kring 
them to the attention of tiw Oom- 
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Recoflam&idati(ms for duHlges In 
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September 18 »% m^ likely to be 
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ia Ai^us iUsociattoa wiU honor lo- 
cal Fstaiu-ai^urs, Ittdiael Sa^ 
vide s wA Chris HaiMim ^ ^ 
macjc A^^n^i Septemb^ Id at i« 
j qifp) mtetlog is ttilMiSSilMNl^ 
area. 

A silver plaque wiD be presented 
prior to the «WQdati(^'s director! 
meting at the Capes Beach and 
Cabana dxb as a ^ibute to the 
restaurant's outstanding promo^ 
ti(Hi d Angus berf. 

According to dl^ector and ftoichr 
eon hiMtess. feDen P« IMdock of 
White Hall Faip. Gloucester, Vii> 
^ya, fte board cemmoids the re» 
taurant on^ors fur ih^ consiidi»^ 
interest in 4-H Ai^us be^lirojectt 
in the area and frequent purdiasei 
of Cteind ^«a^ siMf 0. the 
wsmk ViigWa Aaisll M« Live- 
stock 9Hyw. Tills is tfte first awar(| 
of its kUd enr m«li by the sti^ 
association. 

jft)ard menriiers attending tlw 
Iunche(») opting ^% rip^&ita- 
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VIEGWIA BEACU-Ob Monday 
(be Recreation D^)artmeQt's Alter 
School Playgrounls Program be- 
^ its fifUi year d of)a-ati(n at 
Mtteaa i3«mfiity7 Sdools. 

Tte pro-am is restricted to 
Hitioer aeSraiii and wffl epei^ar- 

iltssaen sAir Ao it^sSs mti/t 
It 2:30 :p4n. Duriiqi tactnunt 
v^ther, the {vqffran wtt ogt 
•pensite. ;f^ 

Tlie frfi^grou^ f«itore l»#ae 
iod p^vit^ play fe^ri<?g ^e 
mo^Uy thanes liut eri^nUp 
Nm the daily Physical EchiealU|i 
pm^OQ. Maoy piayetNn^ p 
the ftfi^ jbave had sHa:^iive^ 
^tll^l intrMMu-al activity stoP^ 
from the vaiious grade level htffiw 
roonm 

Tlie pn^-nn is (q)en to scbod 
age duUrai oofy. 

Bebw are K^ the todhridUal 
Tlaygrouiuls sites and ttie names 
of ttw Directors: 

Ar^ona. G«ie Glasce; IHk-oi^ 
^Md, Jdm Dai^s; Baj^lde, Pat 
Zmmn: ^itikmVw^ J^infiA Hud- 
«ie; lo'Hgjaw.^rey^ 'Griffin; 
W. 1. Qjtoke^ ^m Ingram; 
IQBgi Qrint, Clate Blaj^; Malibu, 
1^ kp #io0|Pid; Th^ to be 
announce ; Seaboard. J^^es ikin- 
^; WPams. John |p^; Sea- 
^, f^averly WiUians, Trent* 
wood, Howard &nith; ^rrowhe^Ml, 
9obby BoQlh; |^^». Qeci| Rawls; 
Luxf^ J. W, Oa4iy: Woodstodc. 
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Adult Programi 

To Begin 

VIRGINIA BEAOI - llw fall 
adult prt^rwfi sttf u Sept SO at 
three W^ idHJols, qpwttored by 
the Virginia B«fch Recreation De- 
jpactmeot. 

The achools will be opened two 
ni^ta a wedc, Mcwidays and 11)ws- 
days. from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The 
playgrounds and ^ms are (q)«ied 
to both nm Mid WMiwn piit hi|^ 
school i^. 

Ilie three Khools open this y^r 
will be, PrinceM Anne High. 1^- 
ginia Beach Hi^ and Bayside 
Hl^ Schod. A nice feature for the 
wMTien is the trimnastics cla»es 
lield at the PrinceM Anne and 
Virginia Beach Schools this fall 
seasm. T\)ete is no charge for 
these classes. 

The gyms will be opened for «iy 

Li^ts will be turned w fw t«inis, 
volteyball nets will be up fcH- 
that jK:tlvlty aai ha^itOm, half- 
court basketball, a[H>aratus nxms 
will b« opened for circuit and 
wei^ training or gymn«tics. 

The playgnjund directors wiU 
hold clinics to introduce the novice 
to new activities, leagws can be 
fMTTJed for play, "njumaments may 
be held later in the season for 
vdleyball, badminton. 



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ClMitte FA ttii bb ■a perslac fc MMtng OKOiiv eif te lioe 

naaa ^ ttw Vir^iria Beadi Dragw^r tA Cr^e^ Omt- 

Ik m mme benHNI wheeMands thai nOtf pleased tlie crowd. 

40 (farivers have already filed 
entries to assure the limited ^ 
car rtartit^ field. 



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One of stock car racfaig's betto- 
enmi fi^mrs. Robot (Jiniw) 
Titininn. the N<»th Carolina 
Chlckso Fanner, has joiii^ the 
itttttai Odd lar next Sunday's 
fourDi annual Cai^ City 300. He 
jeiM a ^ field for the |14,000 
|da race ova- the hatf^nUe dirt 
tradt at State Fairgroj^iiids. 

Vliwr of the ndnad ^0 tint 
opined Ike NASCAll seMOD la 
MMCfa. Jeimnn wouM like no^ng 
b^tar tbanb 6aiB|4ate a slon of 
Rictanoiid's two Grand National 



Oto at tiw more m^pi^ nmes 
ik alidc e» raeiiii-*BkiMrd P«tty 

nlB iBiBipcte ta te 900, }ottad 
irilb i Md tiut already InchidM 



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pm liie fiaU'fer the Capttal Oty 
Ml. Ilios te "SOT* has a defead- 
iag eiianpion, to, Owen, drWing 
|Al4il.'«eo « j^ear ago. 

fill Ml aaiMial "Old DomMon 
lift I0i, modd irtodc or race 
for Martiasville %>eed- 
, >r Sinday, Sept. IS, could 
eai%-4tvdkip^ 1^ the oirtstrnding 
NASC^ Grand Natiooal Circuit 
tatHa of the season with the 
largB i t. most respected and best 
lato n(*d fiekl d ^rbntrs and cars 
lair tte 1965 campaign. 

mill tB.190 in posted awards 
MiA bttar than aooo on the Ifaie 
iar Ae wioaer of the SOIK^lap, SSO- 
itfe pind i^tf te tridu half 
mfle MavttMvflk oval, mtwe &m 



Thfo uray d drivers uicludes 
Mich reelected g»itlan«i of Uie 
^leedwiiys as Ned Jarrett, Dirk 
Hutditfsoa, Fred Lorenaen, Rich- 
are t>elty, and Marvin Pandi. 

Other wiH loiown names Inchid- 
ed are David I^arsMi, BoU)y 
bsac. Junior Jduison, Buck and 
Buddy Baker, Gale Yarborough. 
G. C. ^)aicer and Sunny Hutch- 
im. 

Pradto gi^ taider^y Sept. 
S3, Mbwed by the time trials m 
theMth to deterlnkie the first 20 
Martha pootiiMS. A 30 lap con- 

SOBDOOi xSCK On juB Bui wUi o^ 

dde the remataider of the « cv 
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KEMPSVILLI^ — The Recreation 
Division of the Vii^inia Beach 
Paries and Recreation Department 
announces the opening of its adult 
activities center at Union Konps- 
ville High School. 

Ihe following is a partial li^iqgf| 
of possible offerings 
Arts and Crafts 
Public Speaking 
Seasmal ^rts 
Sewing 

Special Pi^Dgrttns 
liffillinery 

lers Bai^ 
l&nall Electricar' 

Appliance RepahL 
Leatiwr Crtdt -- 
I%sical Fitness 

Parliameitfary 
Club IteeMngs 



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MEETINO - CIUMBING - OVERTAiONG 

When two people meet on the sdewalk each wiU dter direction enough 
to avoid a collision. All of us have had meeting tftuatkns with people 
when both ducked in the same directiwi a witkm of ttaies and we still 
ran into each other. Boats can ill rfford this bit of sidewalk (fedf^ 
and must comply with the rules of the road to avoid disaslHr. 

When two boats ap[M^ch each other head on, eadi must alter course 
to ^ rifM to ptes clear. Don't wait until the lot minute to ato 
course. If necessary stow (town, but in any case give the approacfataig 
boat plenty of room in the event he does not see you. The cause of head- 
on collisions usuaTTy is carel^afi^, sMSMfflneM or Ignwwice tf l!w 
rules, none <rf which is any excuse. 

From two points abaft tt>e beam ^ one fflTfi^^a Boat ¥ two poiiOa 
abaft the beam on the other side extends an arc of twaity points of the 
compass. An approaching vea»l anywhere <» this arc exc^ dead 
ahead may create a crossing situatim for you. If her position on th^ 
arc is to the right of you. she has the ri^t of way and you most kiep 
clear. If she b to your left, you have ttie r^^ of w^y and you muat 
hold your course and speed while ^ ke^ dear. I£ you tt« net cer- 
tain and if you start twisting and tiunfag, you will tote your ait raitfngi* 
of having tl» right of way. Tlie vessel that has the rig^t of way is called 
the privilegal vessel and must hold course and speed. The othw 
vessel is called die burdened vessd and mist maneuver to keep den*, 
of the other vesMj. 

If you are overtaking a vessel you are the prlviksged vessel and the 
other vessel must maintain sp«d and course wWle you pan. M^ 
passing another vessel give that vessel plaity d ro«n "and if fii* 
(^er vessel shouki be a smaller boat, stow down so as a6t ta create 



a wjdce that could capsiie her.i 



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member the wato- betongs to all <rf us. 



. WMs4mJLX, - ^ Vh-^nia 

BMch DeptftaMBt of Ftefa «nd 
Ilaav^kn MuemciaB Ae ^miui^ 
of the VoOe^taQ Seaaon for 196S. 
Team iHO fa^ {Jay en S^ 
(mbo- SI, 0. Unkm Konpevll^ 
1^^ Sdtool. 

Games will be played UMt«- 
itfter every t^i«iday uid Thursday 
n^, and on Satiffday. Ackil^ 
woiran irin ^y m Ti^riay. adult 
men will play m Thur«iay and 
sdrad 1^ girls will play mi Satur- 
day, b^ionii^ at 13:00 p.m. 

CoadiM wad nwugaw delirous 
of adiedidtag gams are request- 
ed to caU Jacd> Whttdiurst at 
the Rflcraatien Office, 4B7-fl»3. be^ 
tvwen the hows of 12:00 pjn. and 
9:00 p.m.,. Monday throu|^ Friday. 

AH adutt guna begin at 7:30 
p.m. 



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«f the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer. 

'While you're talking over the ones that got away, 

^an-fiying the ones that didn't, you enjoy the 

hearty taste and cool refreshment only a g^ass of 

Sbeer/ can give^ you lo well. Yes, whatever your 

•port-bowling or strolling, golfing or gar dening 

'^a frosty glass of beer makes a naturally 

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llfKpm lEACH - The Mwly 
^IgWirH GMdw Age Oub In tt» 
(S^ qI \nrttbia Beach coitinues to 
gmr. T^menA that is being dis- 
^1*4 Nr 'B*^'* ^ '^ mai^}ers 
gaenu to be i|H«a(tt^ tteoughwt 
tlw coimmmlty and more ci the 
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^Vy^TIWfiAi^ • EM^Rimw 
• mtomss a cauing cards • mvoicm 

• m^ATIONS • ANNOimCWMNTS 

• RATI SCHWiyS • MINUS 

nSKMUVED OR RAISED 

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Hie, Kbedided acUvitJfiL 
gmrvi to the interest and motiva- 
tiora d the ffoap. thif^ymiiayea 
^cotm was rec€^y cn^ahilated 
by Ae of ttie luitbn'i lading Ce- 
real mmulactur«^ for being me 
ef fteoMt ffroifM to enter tMr 
OH^ taMt. 1!m du^ffian of the 
Lyadiaven ffov^, Ifrs Oierry 
Sawyor. made tiw abdication for 
the group to participate in this 
OMitest. 

Other anas dednxis of becnii- 

CIdb are requ^ed to contact Ja- 
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niAUA-Miai laiaBbeth Bun- 
pi^ has beio'v^cted president of 
the liiaUa Covummity 4-H Club at 
tiw me^ng hdd r^i^^. OUwr 
oOUmn wAM ^ iwe for the 
year ue« wee Aptoiy Mi0Rt, 
vice prerilbnt; Beth Hakoiiii, Me- 
r^ary: J^ (dly, tr^sunr; «|l 
Dora ^Hck]as, nyertv. 

A nwmber^ drhw is i^Hied 
for lata: tiiis mon^ for al b^ 
and ^Is between tiie ages of tt 
and 19. Oaninunity beautiflcation 
wUl be the dul^s ^:t^t fw the 
year. 

Plans are being made for toura 
ttiroi^ the MariiKrs Museion, 
MaoArthur Men^ial, Seashore 
State Park, a local television sta- 
tion, and for an area-wide cookout. 
Itte dtriti alw plans to makea con- 
tribution to nie Vii^mia Beach 
brwch library. 

Events of the year in which tlie 
monbers will participate are 
:%are-the-Fim, demcmstrations, 
public speaking, and dress revkw. 
Natiwud ^if Wedt is Septeiriber 
250ctober 2. for which members 
will make posters and plan exhib- 
ita (0 be distributed throughout tiie 
city. 

Mary Bui^ard (d Hula Cmiuihi- 
^ 4-H (Mi was elected aa vk^e 
preridaat of the Virginia Beach 4-H 
Coinica. 

fit^aariooa of ^anla were giv- 
en to Laura BffcAmlrew who served 
» {HT^ki^t of the cli^ in 1M4, 
Md to the teachers. Mrs. Kelly 
mi Mrs. fts^ard, for their woiic 
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■LLEM aKAHAa CALlriR 

(Mhm Ci^ert If Iff mi^ 
tttofl, «ed WeAmday JA a M 
|«ritil after a abort iQnaaB. , 

A a^ve of Linq^ C6mty, 
NoHh CaroUna. sha vaa ^ 
da^htar of Iha late wmtm A. 
mA Kin. J\M Um Graham Md 
Uie widow of Jdia S. Calvert. ^M 
had iivot tn Vii^a Beadr 
the pMt 11 ^ars and was a m&n- 
ber of Galilee Episcc^ Church. 

^rviving are onq i/^, Jdtn S. 
Calvert, Jr. of Paris, F'rsmce; three 
dau^ters, Mrs. F. T. Glom of 
l^lton, Georgia, Mrs. W. B. Mid- 
gette of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. 
R. E. Johns of Ratei{^. North 
Carolina: one sister, Mrs. M. G. 
Clark of Do^aUiOO, Geor|^; and 
12 grandchildrw. 

The body was renewed to the 
i^iMic^a g y^ fpyri^i H**n*^ .— 

A funeral service was cmiductaJ 
Saturday at' 10:00 a.m. at Galilee 
Episcopal Church by the Rev. 
Macon Walton, assistant rector. 
Burial was in Oakwood C^mMeryt 
Raleif^. 



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voMictei 'H^g al >:• fm. at 

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Qmck (MUk 




LUNCHEON HELD 



SlAaoiA - A lundMon was 
heki S^. S fw the teachers md 
the principal, J. R. DaniM, d 
Aragcma Elonentary sdnx)!, spon- 
sored by the Parent-Teachers As- 
sociation, at the F.O.P. qkb in 
Kat^»ville. 

Mrs. Ann Martin was h(»pttalit|r 
chairman for the irffafr. — ~- 



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mums fm as _ 

IT M^QLVES CORNS liAY 

Mow fctnove cornt liie fate, nsj wty 

with Freezone<9. Liquid Freezone te- 
lieves [»in iastantly, works below the 
skin liM to dissolve coias tiWVf ia |u>t 
iin-Get FteatSie...a arituglamnmfr 




jiams fhttM Mmwvsm 

VIB£IN^ mAm-^- A l^mai 
aei^iee wffi ^ h#l ^la^ for 
Jam^ P. Mi^soo^ Ml Teny 
^Imtathm road «t §1. Join's Lu- 
tiwran Church at 11 aJn. by ttte 
Rev. Malcoim L. Minnidc Jr. Ar- 
rangementa wo'e hy H. D. Oliver 
Funeral Apartments. BaatM wifl 
be in Princ^i Anne Monotisd 
Park. 

In ^diticn to his window, lbs, 
EIU^ Bo^tKfaer Anctenon, ha 9 
survived by his parents Mid te«e 
sanr, ^BMT Ai^^raf xr; ta^ 
AnderMBi, and Jay Ancteraon, al 
of Virginia B^di, and^iwo a^tsa. 



MBS. ANNIE DOWDY 

VIRGINIA BEACH - A halaral 
service for Mrs. Annie D. .foq^s 
was ctHiducted in HdUunonAro^ 
Fiineral Home Wedn«(day by fte 
Rev. Jdin E. Johnsoa jf BayiMe 
Presbyterian church. &rial was 
in lUverside Ktonorial Park. 

Besides her huM)and, Paul W. 
Jfuws, she is survived by fMir sons, 
P. Hugh Jones, D'Arcy W. Jones 
UKl Walter R. Jones d Virgil 
Beadi, and Walter R. .toiea of 
RadK^ ami 10 grantkhOtfiren. 



,, ^ JIANNIE HOFFMAN 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mannie 
Hoffman of 430 actth !%%d, 
at his home M(Mklay after a I01 
illness. 

A native d Scotland Neck, North 
Cwdina, he was a son rf tt» 
late Max and Mrs. Mannie Og- 
penl^mer Hoffman and had 
lived in Virginia Beadi fw tiie 
past U years. He waa a atisad 
cott<m brok«K :^==~=i^^=5s^ 

Surviving .are his wtfe, lArs. 



BAY^E-7ba tataral a^viee 
far Joi^ll. Man 1^1 Md Thi- 
day tf J, T. IMi * SoM^RiiBarai 
Ifimw, Pt^vrfNtty. tlM My waa 
sent from Qw HoOomoo-Brown 
Funeral Wmte. ftirial was ip 
BlanftM^ Cmt^ary, V^ber^bwg. 

Be is suvived by )m widow, 
m Gertruide Knatt 



aad 

kw dwgltt«rs, Mrs. Mwy K^ 
Ifeier d Virginia Beach tsk Hm. 
WOey Fraaeea Bobirta of Na*^ 
pad, R.I., a aistor, Wn farottsi. 
and four gran&hikkw. 

He was a retire taaomde eraco- 
tha. 



dau^iter, Mrs. Robert B. Barco: 
Ui# j^-cpdehiklreni aU^ d^ 



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» liOAl NOTICi 

Vfrglaia: b (te Chrk'a sAm 
of the Orcoil CeoH ef ft* (% 
Vlr^aia Peadi, on liw M di^ 
d Sept. ms. 

IN CHANCEltT 
RONALD T. DIC|aNS(»< 

Complainant, 
vs, 
GARNET L. DICKIHSCNN 

Defeidant. 

The olijact d ttiis suit is for 
the cmnplataiaitt to ditam favro 
the dd^^t a divc^ce a vuicido 

dile- 
stMoii «i( WM Mig been 

mmtmrntm 




UtttBataih values, QHa^yur jfriM an s§AMi 




whiii^ oNfflty or Qcflttitfan delci)- 
<tat rentes wtthntf rflaet ^ ia 
hfgd^ re^fuiitfl to mmt wt^i 
tea (^ ag^ dbe piwI^rttBn hwe- 
ef wd da «hal ntiV (^ liMH»7 to 
prpied har iatanMab 11 {a crdHWl 
im ttH a^ht ha vmdmi mm 
a wedc for fmir suct^^ve w^ks 
in the Va. Bead) Sum, a {Mm^paper 
having a general ciroilation in fldat 
dty. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk 
Teste:* R. Winston Bain, Oa* 
By: Mary M. Whtte. D.C. 
William T. PaAer. 
604 Cmirt ^eet 
P(»ismouth, Virginia p.q. 



mmm 

This ^ to mtify the pob^ iM 
the underai^ed, to>adb^ m VAtte 
Oaks Cd^, will ndthto ten A^ 
after piAHcatbn of this aotfani ap- 
pfy ^ ^ Virginia State Alcoholic 
Bevar^ge C^RArd Board fbr a li- 
cense to aeU beer s^id wine for 
Md on ttranisea conmnptkxL 

Ttimn % mA John It 0111 

T/A ime Qtka ClA 

lOtt Va. BeaA l^d. 

Va. Beac^^ . 



Vabm-i^clBul eaawrtihles whk hw$$t ptm U^ $ml 



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)H)orty options like reclining bucket seats, con- 
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Command Six. Plus the solid extra-value fea- 
tyres (Advanced Uait Construction, Double- 
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a l^arfibier. Come tn ^ay, Swap 'N Goi 
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FURNISH^ 3 bedroon apuir 
ment. 241 IDddle Lane. Call €Bt 
9060, extonsioo HI. Leave mes- 
sage for Len Crowe. 0^tfn 

1 BEDROOM furnished aparbnent 
All utilities birnisbed, use d au- 
tomatic washing machine. Yearfy 
r«ital. $X per nMmth. Call 



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\^nx ca 
euamfk, minor skin irri 



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.iiiy RimkNir Amaricaii and buy now, at Ramblar onM-a-yoar ptoaa I 

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tKMtm, mlaor skin irritatiMMie^ 
poiscmn insect bte$.jHHHpi 
nerve «ndtn|s. Kilfe (nmB^Hnr- 
fsee getrms. "De-itch" si- 
Zemo— Liquid or OinUnent. 

^t iHlir'f finMMa aba ! 

2amo speeds soeMuaa 
temally caused itcfaii^ of eczema, 
minor rashes, skin imtatbns, non- 
poisonous insect Mtes. nr>itiiiULi2i 
nerve endioeu KjwaiJUIamofiur* 
fiace gerntt, aids heiriint. **De-itch** 
skin with Zemo, Liquid wOintnNfnt. 
Qt^pk FtUef, or your moa«y back! 





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^^nd 2Jneir cJLadied 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 

SHRHiEHJLUB 



OF KHEDIVE TEMPLE WELCOMES YOU 



-nrnit ntiiiY^atiiiiD m ii im. c o w eiitiok wmtuhtic smaNE ksocihum 




MOMJ RCNAI® R. ABSALOM 

t 

PrMMkntof 
VirgWi Umh Shrine Cfub 



NOtLE MEADE R. WH^^ 

- •«• - — - 



i^^i^OBLE RlCHAlm A. SRUGH 



KOBLE G. J. (Gilly) TAYLOft^: 



MM^ FRANK W. KaUUM 



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Virginia Beach Shrine Club 



Virginia Beach Shrine Club 



Virginia leach Shrine Club 



Director General 




HXmM MICHAft C. SAWIDES 
^lalrmin for Decoration 



NOBLE GEORGE L. ALDRIDGE ' 
Past Secretary 
Chief Captain of Transportation 




OFFICERS 
ViReiNIA BEACH SHRINE CLUB 



( 



M>tti 6B>IB S. MEBCINS 
Tremp or trt ioti ConiiiilllM 



NOBLE FRAN>X DUSCH 
Mayor of Virginia Beach 



RICHARD R. ABSALOM 
President 
Chairman— Housing 
MEADE R. WELCH 
. Vice President 
Chairman— Transportal ion 
* RICHARD A. BRUGH 
Secretary 
G. J. (Gilly) TAYl6r 
Treasurer 

DIRECTORS 

W. P. WHITEHURST 
(Past Ptesident) 



ist Hte 



ROBERT A. BUCHERT 

DONAVON E. BONNEY 

MMESE. MOORE 

WALTER G. BISEK 

EDWARD R. AMBURN 

KENNETH C. GI'MBERT ' 

' COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

Richard R. Absalom— Housing 

Meade R. Welch— Transportation 

James E. Moore— Parade Marshal 

Ira McCloid— Religious Service 

Michael C. Savvides— Decorations 

William G. Hewett-Tours 



X 





NOBLE WtUIAM G. HEWEH 

Chairman of Ladies Entertainment 

and Tours Committee 



NOBLE IRA McCLOUD 

Chairman for Religious Service 

of Mid-Atlantic Shrine 




D^MJf. ■J*ttHlTi 



fm0 



NOBLE WILLIAM T. (Bill) lllCE 
Peat Se^eenl-et-Arms 



NOBLE JOHN R. COVINGTON 



NOBLE DR. M. H. LB$UM 

High Priest and Prophet 

of Khedive Temple 



NOBLE CHARLES H. FORBES, JR. NOBLE H. JOSEPH LOWENTHAL JR. 
Past President \ ■ 



DOWS PADWOCS 

.VIEW 





VIRGDnA BEACH 



SBSi 



) 



RMidete frf MuAore rent ar^i oftoD kwk badi ovw the vacMkm 
mo^w with a mhtture of rap«t aqd r^ef . . . depending en the t^^ 
d guests htm lanl-iodnd areas who may have co^ (or a visit Some 
guesU were invited. «ipecied. and eajoyed. Others may have puU«l into 
your driveway eonplit^ laamioiinced loadMi 4bwn with ntltcaaes 
and travel-w«M7 chUdmi-theae are viewed with ^may. 

Atf the most d^i^Mhd of Ihe iMsqiedlid are M older teenagers. If 
yoinr fhst reactton w^ to puili tito pi^c button, ywi mon Ascover 
the next lew &)^ wo-e Ae mort fun you had all sumner ... 

Uwally one is a niece or nefrfiew or smi or daughter of a (tear friafid. 
birt ttie ottifH^ are strangers. It s^ns Oiat 5 or 6 htndred rnUa is a 
mere day's jionU d<wn the hi^ways ta* today's yoiii^ drivers. Aad 
they arrivte with "tons" of food! TTiey dther raid the cupboanfc back 
home or (heir parents (no dmM feeling a little guilty abwit your ap- 
_jiroaching b^^ M^i oitda themMlyf£ with.a4^^ 

I^iddaily you* r^-^ator and food shelves are bul^ng with siKh 

^ings as extra loaves of bre^, cas^ of soft (kinks, giant size bags of 

potato chips, hard boiled ^gs (and a dxami or so uncooked), cans of 

tuna aixl meat breads, ooM c^ and cdweses. boxes d co(4des and 

awkers and cmSy-4hey may even bring a quart bottle ftiU of i^w- 

^ettl sauce, a huge um^Kdced roast of beef, and a big canned hrni. 

They may have travelled at night, and as you rush around finding 

sleeptaig areas Uk ttem, you disco\w they only want to dran up and 

~^ange ck^hes, and then they are headed for the bea(^! 

They will stay gone m<»t of the day. You might get the roast cooked 

• w^le they are away b\A you don't have to bother with preparing a real 

meal. Ti^y won't be bask ai. any d^inite tfane. You jiut go ah^ and 

r eat your (nwo meals on schedule— they will c«ne bwk wh«i 

hungry. 

Other sandy suirijurmd ^lests mi^ head atrai^t for your showo* 
(and tncldng sand all over the rugs and fkx)rs) ... but not the teen- 
agers! They stay in the yard and get tfje garden hose and proceed to 
spray e^wryone down good unid a k^ of hoUerii^ and gmmik "horsing 
aroiaid" . . . arrf then Oiey run around till they dry off. * 

They usually stop at a drive-in for hamburgers and the' like, but if 
they dicbi't and they are starved, it's not your concern . . . just get out 
of ^e kit(diai and let them fix Uieir Own. You only ^t in th^ way if 
you try to be a "[Ht^r" ho^ess. B^ter if you just leate tiie hoasi 
and go visit your neigMxM* for an hour or so. 
"And when you return you may be shocked To ttftfySff 
•Bd dean and they are all sowd asleep wherever ttiey found a soft 



flpot They will ^teep f(x- peiiiaps a ccniple d hours, thai up md out 
they go again. They may ask you for a few dirocti(ms to certain places 
or asJc you to recommend something special. You don't have to oito-- 
tain than (me minute; they entertain thmiselves. Iltey are Ind^eMlent 
of your care but do respect your wishes as to the time doors are to be 
Jocked at night. ^ ^^ ^ 

lliey wiU iprdbsi^ty^vg^^Him^fmUl^ had 

their break^ (a roast be^ sandwkh and a coke!) , . . and tt^ 
tttds are hiwie, mgs didcen, fkxrs swept and clothes and beto^gs 
stash«i Bwsy. It is surprising !^w weQ-maaoered and cfflisida^ate a 
teonflMf ^eaft^ awiw faaa las o wn ho m e. l a n gwff a rin g parerta ^ wiU 
nevfflHfew^^ really ti'ue- ^ ;.. ^.s=.=^-- 

VMi'wifl Im mfiy te nfij^ ienye «)wq that tttne m^Awslhef 




(Hice more weot out^and ^ m a good su{^ly of food for tra^. i^ 
they get up wha the alann goes off for an early start. All with(Nit any 
bdp from yoa. 

And mo^ surprising of all, they (u% apt to leave you a co(q>le ol 
hoalw gifts in i49ireciati(m— s(xn^hing nice tw the house and a special 
gift fer you persmally— yw may twver dare to wear it, birt it's nice 
to know you were never tfaou^t of a& an old fogey! 



tfiMTIC 
INCREA^ 



CAPE CHARLES, Va. - Aiigust 
Hill revCTue on the (3M«apeake Bay 
%idge-Tunnel set a new record for 
the second straight month,, accord- 
ing to Bridg^Tlnmel Executive Di- 
rector J. Clyde Morris. 

Revenue totaled $1,918,047, top- 
ping last month by $1,1* and show- 
ing an 8.9 percertt increase over 
August 1961 

Morris said 157.928 vehicles paid 
to cross the 17.64nile span cku-ing 
the mo.nUj. This was 59. vehicles 
less than hi Jufy but reflected an 
8 8 percent increase over Ai^u^ 
a year ago. 

By catteries, the Bridge-Timnel 
carried 134,427. cars, 21,144 trucks 
and 2,357 buses, tod avo-aged 6,- 
094 crossings, per day. 



Wdcometours 
PlaiHieil 

VIRGINIA BEACH - New teach- 
o^ io the Virguiia Beach S(diooI 
system will be welcomed to the 
area, and to familiarize them with 
the locality two tours are planned 
to nearby naval installatitns on 
September 12 and 19. 

Invitations to the new teadiers 
and thdr husbands am! wives have 
been extended by the Vbrgiqia 
Beach school syston hi (imaec^ksi 
witii educational oi^anlzatioitf of 
the area, V.B.E.A., classpo(mi tea* 
chers, mi Eric Harris who are 
sponsoring tlw tours. 

The tours will be made m bines 
and will leav«^ftx»t Princess Anne 
Hi^ S(Jxx>l 6n the Sumlay itfter- 
noons. On S^tembo- U, a tour 
of NAS Oceana is plarmed, and 
on September U, tfxirs will be 
macte to the Ami^blous Base at 
Uttie Cieek and NAS Norfolk. 




Pktoed wMl some of theh> prefes^Mal 
we tte Ma 1M««. Un. bene Santt 'Mt) 



awafds 
Mnu fiiliid NkMs. 



SISTERS WIN TOP AWARDS 



^ Bf Rita Ttftogs 
BayMc CorrMpfdiJiii 

BAYSIDE - Mrs. Irene Smith <if 
Bayside and her sister, Mrs. Ethel 
Nichids of Suffolk, captured the 
"Court of HoMr Awards" at Uie 
Wginia Professional Rjatop^ph- 
ers Asaodalfon, hdd re6«rtly at 
the Gol^ Triangle, NorMc Ttw 
"Court of Hoaqr Award" is the 
h^iest award given professional 
cekiri^ at the con^^rtioD. 

Mrs. Ni(Jiols works m a "free 
Uuice" cok»i^ and (q)«tites h^ 
business fnan the New Monroe 




FIRM GETS 
GONTRAC 

NORFOLK-Milk coatracts total 
iog over |l.S mlUian have been 
amsded to ^w^tat^r'ln tha 
Huston Roads area by the ?\ff- 
the NodoUc Naval 



llie cMMraett: n^ i»v>jr a six 
monOia perkid frani September i 
to 9^. M, 19M.| 

One cl the cdntradi, which lo- 
takd $18,587 was awnrded to Cum- 
bc^laiBi Farms 'Dairy of Virginia 
Bg«(^. Cumberlfflid F.vms wiD 
aerve the Cdairt, Guard Sti^on m 

Bcrl^. 

The nnlk contracts ,will taKlude 
n;ulk and milk products i&r genial 
manes in shipsf and at shore in- 
'stallattons of the Navy, Marine 
Oxpa atKi CoaO. Guard in the 
Han^jton Roads area. Nonie (d te 
products are for n^aie. . 3-: -^^ 



Lakeview Park 

BAYSIDE— Lake View Parit dv- 
Ic League will hold its monthly 
meeting September 14 at the 
C3MJrdi of Christ on Maharis Rokl 
at 8 p.m. 

V.B. LIOHS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Harold 
Parks, di^ct governor 24D, 
Lkns International, will make his 
(rfflcial visit to the Vu^inia Beach 
Lions (M> on M(mday. The meet- 
ihg WiU be held at the Black An- 
gus Restaurant, 33rd and Pacific 
Avoiue, at 7 p.m. 

All viating Lions are bivited to 
attend the meeting. 



The New Look 



T 




N«w adUtioB !• BajtUIm Ptai«* School will bo roadf for occnpmncf S«t»tOMbor 1, 



»iaang in Norfolk: ar^has a 
staff at twr ^fxri^ workii^ un- 
do- ho-. 

In tfw pa^ she has received 
many rtt)bons for her work at ttw 
convention. Si» has Received mer- 
its for attending N(Hth Carolina 
State College. 

Mrs. Smith is the bead col«-i^ 
f(Mr Mclntoch Studios and has beoi 
with th«n eleven years. 9ie has ^ 
iHail of cokriats worki^ tadn* 
her. » .■ ...;;.;. 

She tau^ prerfadonaf eckirisit 
wcH^ at the photographws cimven- 
tion lade year in Boamokt and ^ 
al») tau^t Otis year at the Gdd- 
ai Triitfigle. 

This is the seomd "Court of 
Ffcnor" piaqoe wbxh die has won. 
The riUMna in the ^t^ittt are jaai 
some of the nuuiy r&boas wc^ttis 
year by the tvro ladki. ,^7 T 

Mra. toMh hag received Ito^ 
and Cm^ for liiSi^ ajU ^a- 
oiflg rfiibons. She Is planning to 
^a^ N$»^^QU(>Um li^ Cottiie 
ate year whan Aa «^ Uka » 
course tai "baah ^eiorfag." 

Mrs. Sknitii and jome ^ Uie cfi- 
ovists woridng undw her aita«d 
31 pictures ^ year ai the eoo- 
vention. They recdved 30 rtrfMRS 
md a 1^ seal. Among thoae re- 
cdvkig riUbons were h«- two 
daughters, Carol, and Mrs. Bar- 
bara Kerlee, Itib^ Joyce QuisC vad 
Mrs. Betty Lou Gaylmv, sin taui^t 
by Mrs. SmiOi. 

Mclntoi^ has t\iro shM]i(» in the 
area: one on Twoity-Flrst St., 
Norfolk, and thdr newest at Trio- 
cots Anne Plaza. ^^^^^ 



Bayside Lions 

BAYSIDE - The Bayside I^ns 
CMi msi recently at Siore Drive 
Inn witti the presidrat, E. Howard 
Pauley, presiding. 

Di^ct Governor Han^ A. 
Parks nuKle an (rfficial visit to 
club, accompanied by calnnet iec- 
retary, Elvin R. Custis, Jr. and 
deputy district ^enxH-, Jack S^ 
Kirk^trick. 

Paite outUned some (tf tha 
events which are planned for the 
coning year. The Fall Conference 
will be held on November 12 aiul 
13 at the Lake Wright MotiH* 
Lo^. Octdwr will be monber- 
diip md devekqiment ma&. 
Parlffi also stated aatoe ol the goals 
for tile year. He irtressed ttie im- 
ptntmce ci two Int«iiatkmal Pro- 
grmns — Youth Exchange aiad 
Care. V 

Anotbo- importaM^ program 
whkh Paria favors is the teadiing 
(d foreign languiiges hi our acfaocds 
in onfer to prant^ better wider- 
standing between natkms. In his 
talk he told <rf the stei^ grawtii 
o£ Uifflism. He said that there are 
now UoBs (Ma m 133 countries 
or geogr^Mc loc^ions thrai^ioitt 
the Free WorM, witti a total mem- 
bwdi^ (tf ova- ^,000. 

lion Ray Shidds, diahmiui at 
the reareatkm comintttee, r^mrted 
ttiat die reeentfy hdd tr^ to 0(»an 
Dofwns, whi(A was spaoKM-ed 1^ 
his conurattee wu oijoyed by 39 
Uoos and thefa* ladlM. Lion p««d- 
d^ ifoward Pauley, hi^ the hon- 
«■ of mddng a preaeirtatlMi to the 
witmer o( (me <tf tlM races. 

Uon Dewey Simmoi», second 
vice ^rmiitiA and chabman of the 
did>'s sumual Turkey Shoot, an- 
lUHinced that tiw (bte has beoi 
art, November 13 aod 14. The ^oot 
will be held at ttie Wtttenlas Gun 
caub. 



ViRGinia 





VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGrNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1965 
^ SiaiONB 



'Cold War' Vets Qualify 



VIRGINIA BEACH-"Cokl War" 
v^erans now quaUfy for bw 6amn 
pa^nfflt, goverAnent inaiB^ 
mor^ages up to $30,000, as an- 
miouMtd by Mr. Kenned L. Jard, 
president d the Virginia Bwlch 
Board (rf Realtors. 

A new fedo-al housing law, just 
signed by President Johnsufi, ex- 
tends hsme k>an t)enents to mil- 
lions ttf post-lforean War vstarais, 
laid Mr. jtfd on die tasis of tak 



iltiation suppliea^y l!Se "NafiaftiT "tH«««f 



The veteran nwrt have served 
^ leaiA 10 days cm a<Hive military 
service and have received an hon- 
on^le discharge, he said. 

"On his mortgage, he muM pay 
tiie rtaMhutl FHA interest rate of 
SV^ per ceiA, Ute same rate as the 
previ(Mis VA programs plus an ad- 
dit:(mal.(8)e half d 1 per cent to 
cover the cost of governmeit in- 
mu-Micet" said Mr. Jard. 

He advised eligible veterans in- 



\ssociation of Real Estate Boards 
of which the local board is a 
msnber. 

In addtti(m to Cold War veterans, 
the law assists older veterans who 
have mA used i^ their eUgibility 
under any Veterans Administra- 
tion pro^un, he added. "Tliis in- 
cliKies World War I and SpaniA- 
Americai War veterans," said Mr. 
Jard. 

Undo* thf new program, the Fed- 
eral Housing Adminiftrati(» would 
hisure 100 per cent of the first $15,- 
ODD (rf a home mortgage. 90 per 
cent <rf the value in excras o( |15,- 
000 to $20,000, and 85 per cent of 
the vidue in excess of $20,000 to 
$50,000. . -^ 

"In oth^ ^mrds," cxplahied ^r. 
Jard, "a veteran ymvAd need no 
down paym«it for a h(xne worth 
$1S,00D car less. For a h(8ne wortti 
$30,000, he needs a $500 down pay- 
m«it, aad for a $30,000 horite he 
needs $2,000." 



School 







VIRGINU BEACH-The Virginia 
S^d Board is maUng 
to aAnkdster the Genoral 
EdmStiMid Da^^ojpmsnt T^a^ to 
taiterested perwm in this area on 
(^ober 6th. 196&. The Sate 
{wrlnnrt of Educitffan aupfMtea 
Aftm teit9 for each kcal aJiQol 
hoard. The persons who pass the 
tests wccesafuUy are givdH a co- 
tifkate. The certtficate is in Iloj 
<d ttie Hl|^ School Diploma. Some 
C(dlege8 and industry acc^ this 
certificate hi place oi the High 
S(Jiool Diptoma. 

In order to take the examination 
the ^^Ikant nuist satisfy certaui 
re(piimn«its. The mhiimum re- 
(pilr«na^ are: 

(1) Tlie applicant must he 3U 
years of age. Under no •oxiditions 
may ^ ai:^llcant be permitted to 
talm^the teat prior to the time that 
he would have graduated had he 
ronained in school. 

(2) Tile applicant shall have 
earned at 1<»^ 8 units of JHQ^ 
School credit (grades 9 ttmi li ex- 
(dudve of Phyi^cal Education). Ap- 
pUcai^ «^ have obtained ttiefar 
astti bh-ttiday may not be requh-ed 
to {vesent the afcrave units. 

(3) Tlie applicant shall have re- 
sided in \^ginia one year prior to 
applying for the battery of tests 
and murt reside in the school divl- 
sk» throu^ «Mch he makes ap- 
plkation. 

(4) tlie applicant must attabi a 
pawing score on the complete bat- 
tery of tests provided by the State 
Dqwrtroent ci Education. 

Pawns who desh% to take ttds 
tetrt dioidd make a{^llcation ti^ 
P. E. Taytor, High School Super- 
visor, Vuglnia Beach City Schools, 
Princess Anne Station. The dead- 
line f(^ ndUnission of applications 
is Sej^mpber 22nd. The test will 
he acbnlnlstered at the school ad 
ministration building at Princess 
Anne Station, 9:30 a.m. to 5 o.m. 

Plans are being made bv tlK Vu*- 
i^ia Beadi Citv School Board to 
(^fo* a variety of high school sub- 
jects to adults. Registration for 
these cfaraes will be held at I^- 
ceaa Anne Hi^ S(Jiool on Thurs- 
^, S^ternber 18tti, at 7:30 p.m. 
Claves will begin on Monday, Sep- 
ten^r 27tti at 7 p.m. and continue 
ttim^after m Mondav and Wednes- 
day evenhigs throui^out the year. 
Anv counes (ottm* ttian the ad- 
vanced sci«Kes) can be offered tf 
a minimian ot fifteen students reg- 
is^ fen* a class. These courses can 
bt ta^ for credU or non-credit 
Furthw" informatimi can be ob- 
taif«ed bv contacttne Mrs. F, E. 
Ta^nr. Hii^ S(diooi Jkipervisor, at 
t^e School Board Office. 

Tu^ti<» win be $25.00 a course 
for the atjieol vrar. Sti'dents are 
pamUted to take no more ttum 2 
owrsea. 




ctmsult a Realtor, a profenional in 
real estate who subscribes to a 
strict Code of Ethics as a manber 
of the Virginia Beach board «id ol 
NAREB. ,' * 

Hie earlier this Is 6me the bet 
ter, he said, because the law's im- 
pact is exported to create a ri^e 
in h(Hm sides which possibly (^xild 
make desirsrt^e housing somewhat 
harder to find. 

"Realtors, whose representatives 
in Washington urged enactmoit of 
Qie measUre, are familiar with Its 
requiroHnits and Hhancing y- 
rangemoits and already have an 
inventory of homes in the price 
range covered by (be new pro- 
gram." be sai^^^ ^^^^ ^ 

The impact of ttMilnew fiw wiD 
be enoTRKHis, he pointed out. 

"NAREB estunates ttiat Uiere 
are 3.5 nulli(m post-Korea ex-serv- 
icemwi alone. There are now 2.6 
million servkemen in uniform wt» 
are ttie veterans of tomorrow. 

"TiMre are also 12.7 million vet* 
eraia of World War II and Korea 
who have never exercised their 
eligibility under the VA program. 
And there are 2.6 million pre-Workl 
War II v^erana. So we have a po- 
tentid of over 21 millicm veterans 
eligible for this mortgage insurance 
program," said Mr. Jard. 




Sept 24 



RICHMC^ - The 1965 SUte 
Fair of Vhgima wiU offer a "Sa- 
h^ to tiie Armed fmsea," with a 
parade and denionstrati(»is by the 
armed laccea and v^eran's oi^an- 
izations, on opening day. S^item- 
ber 24, Adnural R. 0. Glover, the 
fair's Executive Vice-President, an- 
nounced today. 

Elements of the Army, Navy, Air 
Force, Marine Corps, CoaA Guard 
and Nati(Hial Giard as wdl as the 
Americsn L^cm and other vetel^ 
an's ^ups win tjdce part in the 
(xrtmotaes from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. 

Tbesre will be a parade ttumi^ 
the fairgrounds, ami b^ore a re- 
viewing stand in the grandatand 
area, by marching and mot(Nrized 
units. This will be followed by (km- 
onrtrations drawn from the vu'kius 
armed lorcea in the inf^d and on 
ttie raceway. 

All peraons v^ are now hi ttie 
anmd forces, (n* are v^erans of 
my of ttie se-vkes, are hivltod to 
partkipate in the parade or view 
the cerem<Miie8 and will be admit- 
ted to ttie fairgrounds free untO 
5:00 P.M. ttiat day. 

Uniformed veteran's uidts 'wiU 
follow the military units in the {»- 
rade and wHi-unifopned veterans 
will march at the oul of the parade 
Une. 

In ttie reviewfaig stami will be 
officials of ttie Stote Fair, state 
and kcal governments and rank- 
ing offico-s of the Aimed Sravices. 
Major Edward J. Moas of ttie 107 
Artillerv Brigade, Vfattlnia Am^ 
National Guard, hn been (fesig- 
nated parade marriid. 

Mar(dili^ Mxl m o to rl i e d indte 
from a nairiMr of Vh^te miB- 
tary fadlitks and dhoMeatnrtkin 
*jnlts from oiMde tte state, wffl 
ass^nble in snedal ih^tag arean 
of ttie fairgrounds at 3:00 p.m. The 
oarade will begin at 3:30 p.m. and 
win wind tts way ttinmfdi ttie fab*- 
9rounds and pass hi review begbi- 
nlnt at 4:00 p.n;i. 

At 4:30 D.ra. brief formal onenim» 
ceremonies will signal the official 
ooenmg of the 19ffi State Fair. FfJ- 
lowihg win be several snectacular 
demonstrations endbig with formal 
retreat cm-ononies. 

"Sahit« to ttie Armed Forces" is 
a new fpature of the State Faur 
'd Virginia, to ooen \mre on Sep- 
tember 24, and is deslf^ied to ^ 
aiUed me^g to the tradittimal 
Armed Forces Day designated as 
the opmag day. 



Newaaiaa Conim waittBg for PflgM an SF " T r adker* ' a( 




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The leibe hv^rlBf ttie haae and a U. S. Mariae LaaiMillBlll. 



iEWSMAN TOURS 
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miimmmw^^M cm- 
ma, MiS$ d|t«iiBr of radio «ta- 
ttte WKVK. rteint^ returaed.iQrani 
a visit as • gueit k ttie U. S. Na^ 
to Guai^anomo IRaval Wmc to 
Cdba. 

lOi ttiree days at Gitmo w«re 
flUed witti experisKfes he wiU k»g 
remember, }fe was given a heli- 
copter ride around the perim^er 
of the Base taking in die ctxrinn- 
olst b(H^, and he talked f<»' aome 
iMigtti of 4fanft wit^ Admired ^ick- 
1^ who is w c^ufe el Guanteaio- 
mo. 

"For acme strai^e reamn Cf»- 
tre has put up a fence next to (m 
limd. He dalms hb fence is to 
keep Americttis out d Cuba," said 
CcMinors. Cai^ro baa also aet 19 
pilMioxes or covered foidioles «ll 
around the border. Baidealfy, the 
Idea Is for Castro to ke^ ttie woric- 
ers busy. 

Guttitanomo established a treaty 
wiUi CiAia early in ttie 1900's ai^ 
was basicaUy used as a training 
camp. Thia is stUl Ite purpcne. It's 
sec(mdary ^Hirpose Is a direct, feed 
of ttie activities and gohigs <hi of 
Castro 80 we can maintain surv^ 
lance d Castro and Cuba ui asao- 
ciatkm with Key West, which also 
does tt^s. GuantatwTw does radm- 
w<3rfc sad spots any kind of umth- 
ical wnm^oings inside Cid» Itself. 

The Base onploys some 500 Cu- 
b«tfis v/bo cfsnmute back aikl fortti 
from cofmnunist Cuba to the BaM. 
The baae Is not afraid of sabotage 
because, according to the Admkal. 
ttie Ci4>ans Uke Americans and Uke 
ttieir jobs too weU to do any wrtmg. 

The famines of the Cubans are 
ke{4 h(^age every day the woricer 
goes to the Base; most of the work- 
s's are married. And Ca<^trQ likes 
the American doUar comli^ into 
his country. 

The gate gaarda are not armed 
because ai^ i^Mx^ng incident forc- 
ing the marines to fire could de^-eI- 
op into a war faicid^t. They uae 
fire-hoses Inst^d. The Amerkans 
are ccH^antty harrassed by the 
conominists. such as tt^ tbne ttie 
water was shut dl. 

the Base now sipiU^ its own 
water, bv (hanging the s^ water 
ii^ fresh whidi is a {»niiotype of 
ttie New York Qty plan. 

C(Mmors r^wrts thai ttie monde 
on ttie baae k yesey good a^wcial- 
ty ^nce ttie dqiodeirts cjone back. 




IpiMQ mod fen^ ctNQ^ 
pwilfttMhfr ^■^'^^fl lot the 8in0l 



Ttie Btte covers 25,000 at^m aai 
there la aa^ recmtkn Utc^i^ 

fcrA ;:-- . I 

Art Canon ii V years dA m§ 
a ofiOw of Mitanri He hu bck 
bi ttrii area ^ee he com w^ 
ttw Navy In IflOeMlked It here, iw| 
stayed. He Uvea In Vh-ginia BeadH 




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VIRGINU BE^^CH-LE^iea O^JT 
Out proerum d ttie kidiil YWCW 
wiC get undor wigr next mek, , 

Begirtnttoo for KmpsviUe at 
l«Kie« M^hoast Omrch, 8BB0 Vkl 
ginia Beadi Bhudr, irS jU taM 
%esday frtm tt to ihm pjn. j 

Virginia Beach la^a vlU regi» 
tor on Wednesday at Fteat Pre|^ 
terian Church, 36tti Street at 1^ 
nfic Ave., from, 10 to U:9o am^ 

Thumtey is f«- ttie Bayai^' 
group : at Haygood Hiilhi^y 
diurdb, 8140 BayAore ltoad.'»-«t 
10 to 11:30 p.m. 

Reglatratkm for tti^ YWCA 
swhnmii^ classes wiU also be 
en at ttie Y office at 308 
Street on Frkbya fnmi 1 to 8 
September 10, 17, Md H 
Friday evoUng S^jAeraber 17 
5 to 7 p.m. 




FRIENDS FACDL 

VmGINIA BEACH-Tlie 
committee of Fri«Kk School. 
kin Road, has announced 
ultv for t><e 19^46 sitMKd 

For Uwiergarten Is Jeanne 
ric RIehardstm. assisted by 
Mitchell, and Gwen Ki^er.- 
ed bv Barb<tra MiUl&Ml; 
ftr^de. Z<Kla Sin<ier: second 
imel Teifer: ttiird srade, 
aa^a Ranrev; nHm<»rv 
^ima Ovorman: *nsirth erade 
o^^^Ht owois; ^ knia, 

V^-ifob'irst: JP^+h pr*ite. 
'•'^"•"as: sevmtti grade. 

Math. Ai"»«? Jnes: nnrtf-f 
«"«» Riic^ln: iwR! 
Tfn"tm'»n: art. A>vp« 
r^vsical •^tc8lM»» Tsd Cn> . 
«H*t«pv. poH« i>i»le: bnnMcef 
M-^i^ Wmt«ni: MnanPTUtkn 

librat^ii. Jm« VaUer; and r^ 
tor L«»»Ni Vniawi. 
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MUCH GROVE 
MEI^DisT CHURCH 

Princess Ann* < 

Ray R. Jackson. Fastoi' 
10:00 A.ni. — Church School 
1X:16»A- — Morning Worship 







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nUNCIS A8BURY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Qr«tt Neck Road 
IrfJUy D»«4*, MiaUtsr 

9:48 •.■!.— Church School 
1 1 :00 %.m. — MorninK Worship 



•^JTT MEMORIAL 
MBTUODIST CHURCH 
49v WttK t^oionmi BO«<r 
. M, Wark Curry, Pastor 

fslt a.n. — Morning Worship 
»!4l».m.— Church School 
1 1 iOO «.■!. — Morning Worship 
7iMp.ni^Youth FeUowship 



HAYQOOD MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Road 
Robert F. Brjm, Partor 

9:4S8^J. — Charch School 
iJsOOtfli.— Morning Worship 



HAYOOOD METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8149 Bay shore Road 

a.m., 9:45 a.m. and 11:00 

«.n. — Worship Services 
Ii4fra».— Church School for 
ail agf poups 
ll.*00a.m.— -Second sesaion of 
Ckay^ School for children 

atlure«gh ttk gmo» »»^ 
ttlte. - ' •-" 

f jM p.».— Methodist Youth 
iyi«w^ip for young people 
mu •% «hd 9th grades in 
Judvr sigh Group and lOtb 
m^ vp for Senior Group. 
WAn4bt walcomed. 



iOKlTTS ISLAND 
Mi|1iKK>IST CHURCH 

llMte Island, N.C. 
ItokMl C. Black. Mi-istMP 

JO iM %Jn. — Sunday School 
1:00 ».M. — Worship Service 

BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island 

Drive in Bayride 
Rayai^iJ E. Mussor, MiaUter 
8:10 4k 11:00 a.m.— Worship 

Servtee 
9 i4S a.A.— Sunday School 



Biel Bay, Virginia 



Leslie B. Graeo, MlBiBter 
10 :00 a.n. — Church School 
11:00 •.«!. — Morning WoralUf 



-•ALBM METHODISTS 
CHURCH ** 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
£iB«ry S. Ellnore. Miiiistor 

10."00».«.— Morning Worship 
11:00 'a.m. — Church School 
7:30 p.m. — YouUi Fellowship 




ST, AIDAN'S 
BPtmpAL CHURCH 

XLimn Grant Rwd 

4 I4inbuitr Drive 

P^ne 340-3730 

.Rev. Ul. Taylor, Jr., Vicar 

IQiOO a.m. — Holy Communion^ 

< first and t^iird Sundays) 
Mominff Prayer, 2nd and 4th 

Sundays 
Churah S^ool (concurrent 
iViA wrvfees) 



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Sf . NICHOLAS 
CAtNOLIC CHURCH 

a44 Ittle Neck Rd. 
^ Phone 340-7231 



Rev. TliMM* M. Svanert 

Sunday Htmen — 8:15, 9:00, 

10:4t, and 12 Noon in the 

^Churehj 11:00 in Princess 

fWtre; 8177 Vii^inia Beach 

Blvd. 

ConlesMont — Saturday 4-5 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.m. 



MURDEN DRUG CO., Inc. 



. EfffaieBt P»es«HplU»a Servloe 
PheBo 340-811 1 2384 Va. Beach Blvi 

FREE DELIVERY 



miera's nothing Ul» f Dew perspective to ihange your attitdae 

life, . ■■" ■j.--^.^f .•-"SSFT", ii. . ..' '."t '.T.r ' :.:.^T. •sp"r ■■si>-.t'— '-■' -f"^ ' t^" ' 

When Junior is hotA iie simply slMids on his heaff for a npT 
slant at things. The flooTflips to the ceiling, with tabl^ and cha^- 
hanging from it, and people walk upaidiMtoTOU At le^t^ that's the 
way it looks to han. ^^ ,=m^?mBu.^ . ^ -^ 

Jt is a good idM to fdn a different perspective —to step back 
and get a new slant on things around you. But you don't have to stand 
on your head to do ii^ 

Instead identify yourself with a church. Take your family and' 
go regularly to worship. You will find a new perspective. Genuine 
Vahies will keep tiiwr fanportancej unimportant things will diminish^ 

Itdiy's.life wUl he happier ; tomorrow's^jfull of hope. Not hi ng iJ - 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Wan-aB Cha*«, Pastor 

9:30 a.«. — Church School 

UiOO a.t».— Morning Worship 

^pm. — &VMM«r Worship 



lOW 

CHUl 



CARRC... , 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rav. Gary B. ThompsoB 

9 i46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 m a.m. — Worship Service 
£ :45 ,m, — Vesper Service . 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
t :3G p.m. — Evangelistic 
,?^rvice ' 



OCEANA CURB MARKET 

VIR|2INIA BEACH M.VD. A'^ OCEANA 

^onatry Cured Bacon, Hmm f Shoulders 
Fresh Fruits, tlgeUbk^ "" 

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KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Greeds, Virginia Be^h, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, MiaUler 

10:00 a.m. — Bible School 
11 :00 a.m- — Moving Worship 
8:46 p.m — Youth Program 
7:S0pm — Evening Worsh^^^ 



W. A. WOOD, In*. 

Cesim{a«loB Ageat 

H«Bible OU 4 ReflBlwg Cob 

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CHURCH OP CHRIST ' 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceafti 
Roy N. WiltoB, Miatater 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worriiip 
7:00 p.m.— Evening Worship 



"T^ae-doWii,^Bat everything claims Its ris^itful place 
life with the faith of a Ourktian. 




COMMUNmr METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Aeredale — KempsvUle 
Rev. John L. KlUer, Jr. 

9:4Sa.m. — Church School 
ll:00a.nk — Morning Worship 

7:80 p.m. — Youth Fellovrahip 

LtNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Rev. Ostiar V. Rodrienei 

10:00 a.ni, — Church School 
11 :0Oa..m— Morning Worship 



LeKlES METHODIST 
CHURCH 

B660 Viifinla Beach Blvd. 
Rev. C. KatBB Gray ' 

8:80a.na.— Early Worship 
Service 

9:45 a.ra. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Late Worship 
Service 
S:00p.in.^— Youth Fellowship 



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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

— ^--200 —20th StEaet — =^ 



11:00 a.in.^HoIy Communion and 

Sermon (First Sunday) 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer and 
Salmon (iad, 3rd. and 4th Sun- 
days) 

^:45 a.m.-<3iurch School (Sep- 
tember-June) (Nursery through 

Adults) 
10:00 am —Week Day— Hdy Com- 
munioB " 

10:30 a.m.— Thursdays— Laying on 

of Handfe 



BETHEL METHODIST., 
CHIWCH 

Prbieeas Anne 
Roy R. JaclneBr Pastor 

10 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
11:00 a.m. — Church School 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

44d Witch Duck Road, Bayside 
8 :00 a.iil.- Holy CommUftion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) ' 

10:00 am. — Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (rfoly Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each month.) 



Paal R. Aldrich, Pa«tor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:45 a.m. — Meaning Worship 

TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25th aAd Baltic, Va. Beach 

Philip Piacus, Rabbi 
7 :80 a.m. — Services Mon.-Fri. 
8 as p.m. — ^Friday-Sabbath 

10:00 am.— Saturday Sabbaith 

Service 
8 :00 a.«». — Services Sunday 



PLAZA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
Herbert C Hobbt, Pastor 
9:45 a.Bi. — Church School 
ll:00a.tii. — Worship Service 
7:00 pjn. — Youth Fellpvrship 

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ARAGONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Mwting In Louise 
Luxford Elementary School 

N. C. Cliftoa. Pastor 
9:4Sa4D. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 
6:80 p.m. — Training Union 
7 :80 pnu — Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Meeting 

ST. FRANaS' 
EPISCOPAL MISSION 

509 Boaemont Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rev. ClaytOB E. Crlcger 

ViaBr-iBCkarge 

9:16 Km. — Church School 

10:18 a.m.— Worship Service 

Nursery Prpvided 

NIMMO METHODIST 
CHORCH 

Princes* Anne, Virarini* 
Emory S. Ellnore, M>oi*t«>^ 
10:16 a.m. — Church School 
11:11a.m.— Morning Worship 



GALILEE EPISCOPAl^J 

OfURCH 

40+h * »Mlf» " — *9,^.*ni^ 

The Rev. Eamini BoUfey. B«etor 

Ihe Wnff. Mmo* B. Wi^cb. 



tKWa#>-^8ol3^ Cemmimkis 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rev. Charles R. McGinley. 

8 :00 a.m. — ^Holy Co-mmunion 
10 :00 a.m. — Holy Communion 

(1st & 3rd Sunday) 
10 :00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 

(2nd & 4th Sunday) 
Charch School follows ' the 
10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 

EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Epif copal) 

B. St^oy SaBders, Rector 

8 :00 a,m. — Holy Communion 
9:00 a.m. — Family Service 
and Morning Prayer 
(Srd Sandfly Holy Com- 
muoion) 
1 1 :00 aon. — ^Morning Prayer 
sermon (Ist Sunday Holy 
Clommimion) 

STAR OP THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Circle 
Rev. Fraacia V. Bambrick 

MASS&S 
Wintei^-8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 

12:15 
Summer — (June 1-Labor Day) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, 12:00 
Holy Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:30 p.m. 
Weekday, winter — 6:30, 8:45 

Summer, 8:45 a.m. only 
ConfMslona— 4:00 to 5:00 and 

7:00 te 8:00 p.m. Saturday 



ST. MATTHEWS 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010 Sandra L«ie, Va. Beach 
Father' <Mlara, Father FiadUy 

Summer Masses— 7:30, 0:00, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Confession each Saturday 4:00 

to 5:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 



OCEANA CHURCH 
OF THE NAZXRENE 

6. C«^ Kott&e Bd., Oeea^ 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
KaBaetk A. Price, Pastor 

0:10 a.p. — Sunday Church 

Schuol 
10:30 a.m. — Worship Service 

(nursery provided) 
6:30 p.m. — Luther League 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rev. Dickaoa W. Taylor 

8 :30 a.ffl. — Worship 
9:30a.U. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Worship 

(Nursery provided) 
6:30 pm. — :Luther Lei^rue 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baykke Pines, Bayside 
Koaaeth R. Carbaugh, Pattor 

8 :15 $m. — Worship Service 
9:30fC,m. — Church School 
ll:00ii.m.— Worship Service 



Wanta J. Miller. 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday school 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Church Service 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morninfr Worship 
6 :30 p.m.^ — Youth Fellowsdup 
6 :30 p.m: — Pioneer Fellowship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



ciWtlST PRESBYTERIAN 
^ CHURCH 

1200 Ara£ona Bbule^rard 
M. Blaad Dudley, MiaUter 

8 :30 a.m. — Worship & Church 

School 
9 :30 a.m. — Worship & Church 

School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship & Church 

School 



am.— -Church Servle^ff 
8 :00 p.m. — Wednesday 

' ''''"C€iE(lH!PARIC 
• -COMMUNITY* CHURCH 

DuPont Circle, Bayside, Va. 
Paul £. McCttlloath, ThJ|: 

9:46 a.m. — Bible School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — ^Family Night 
~ Service t a 



HIRSCHILSrS 



"~SEMt-ANNUAL SHOE 

.». J NOW IN PROGRESS ^ 

SAVINGS UP TO S0% 
Jtaragoaa Sheppiag CeatM* 

S040 VirglaU Beach Mvd., 4d7-033S 





VIRGINIA BEA^H i 
COMMUNITY CHAPEir * 

Laskin Rd., Linkhof^ Bay 
itev. Richard Woodward, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
1 1 :30 a.m. — Children's Church 

8 :00 p.m.— Evening Service 



'2 LocatioBs To Serve Yoa 
Radio Dispatchad Truelu 
431 VlrfiaU Beach Blvd.— 4>ial 4It.lS»> 
V PriaceM Abbo StatioB — Dial 42e'e21t 



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SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 
(^URCH 

111 Lobough Ave., 

Bellamy Mador 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rav. J. Frederick Parity 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Wonflup 
11:80 a.m. — ^Childfrens Church 

7 :30 p.m.— Eveming Service 



ROSfWOOD MEMORIAI. PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCISI ANNE MEMORIAL PARK 

-— CEMETERY 
FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7-892S 



PRINCE OF PEACE 
. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missoun Synod) 
424 KJnga Grant Ro«d v 
Rev. J. Bliae^ Medley, Pastor 

8 :00 a.in.— Divine Worship 
9 :15 a,m. — Sunday School 
and Bible Class. ■ 
10 :30 a.m. — Divine Worship 
Holy Communion — 1st Mid Srd 
Sunday. 



KINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the King's 

Grant Elementary School) 

RMmoad C. Flittoa, Pastor 

9:60 a.iMr,— Sunday School 

11:00 a.TB. — Morninir worship 



BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near Robbins Corner 
Rav. J. E. JokasoB. Pastor 

9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 am — Morning Worship 



THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Now meeting in the Thalia 

Elementary School 
trviBf R. Stubba, Miaittar 

9:30 a.m. — Morning Worship 
10:45 ajn. — Church School 



BOW CREEK 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Bo«emoat Road & HAM Tnul 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
JohB S. Lylai, Pastor 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTfeRIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell CooleyV Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11^00 «m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— What-Nots 

Fellowship 

6 :30 p.m.— Pioneer Fellowship 
6:30 p.m.— Young People's 

Fellowship 



, CHURCH OP COD 

620 14th Street 
Bdbby H. Saaas, Paster 

9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evenihg Woi^p 



ASSEMBLY or GOD 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 

East Lane — Oceana 
Rev. Samuel D. Boiler, Jr. 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evangeustic 
Service 



PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

15U) St.i an4 Biritic Ave. 
Elwood KerBr Pastar 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Blvd. 
^ mile past Ocoaaa Air Ste. 
on right 
T. J. Tiagle, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — WorsMp Serviee 
6:30p.m.*-Bible Sludy 
7:30p.m.-r-Evining Sdrvka 
Publie ia iBvit«4 



LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHURCH 

(CoBcrefatioaal Ckfis|iaa) 

Great Neck Rd. near Shore Dr. 
The Rev. Tho. H. Brlttoa 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Pilgrim 
Fellowship * 
Nursery for small children 



WHITEHURST REALTY COMPANY 

LASKIN fU)AD AT HILLTOP 

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SALES A RENTALJ 

TELEPHONE 42»4tt6 

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PEMBROKE MANOR 

UNITEp CHURCH 

(CoBgreg ational CkrUtiaB) 

Meetinga in Pembroke Manor 

Elemeptary School 

Rav. Charles F. Pegram 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
10 :30 a.m.-;- Worship 

Nursery at all services 



OCEANA BEAUTY ACiM)EMY 

1737 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 
Phooe 428i<3246 
Vta-gfala Beach. VhtUa 2S4S3 
NO APPOINTMENT NEXXSSARY 



FRIENDS MEETING . 
(Quaker) 

Laskin Road 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:00a.m.-^Meeting for 
Morning Worship 



ST. 



MARK AJI.E. 
Oceana 



CHURCH 



Rev. D..P. FeltoB, Paster 

9:30 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — ^Worship Service 

DIAMOND SPRINGS 

CHRISTIAN CHURtH 

Disciples of Christ 

6700 W. Hidden Road 
G. David Sbreevas, Pastor 
8.45 a.m. — Wonhip Ser^ce 
9:46 a.m. — ^nday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Woiahip Service 
6:30 p.ni.7-Tovth Groups 



URASAN 

REALTY Ic INSURANCX CORPS. 

Uei Va. Beaeh Bhri. - PiMoe S«Mm 
S(h St. A Pasiee Ave. _ FhiM «»4U1 

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B4YWDKJCHRISTIAN 
CHVRqH 

(CaBfireMtlMial) 
Shore Drive ft Oreenwell Road 

Em4 L. Parrel, MiaUter 
'9:45 a.m. — WeMiip Sfrviee 
8:45a.nfr.— SvBdaf School 
11:00 ii.m.— Worship Service 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

John B. j^y Elem. School 
J. StaatoB Blala, Pastor 
l(hOO a.ia.i^Monung Worship 
11:15 ajp.«-Cbiirch &k:hool 



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CORNSIISTQNl BAPTIST 
<C«M«n«tlv« Baptt**) 
Mmw* Pwriwr TowM 
t|« S«l Ti4« Road 
LjrnnhsTan Colon; 
10:00 aJB-^o-tenday Sebool ' 
ll:00l(.in. — UtHnliiff Sirvlc* 
7 M p.BL--Svf ning ffervinf 
7:30 p.m. — W«4tt*id«y 
Evsning ServlcM 



Stop:}? 

tennites 



85541157 

TERIDMX CO. INC. 



'Servmg AU Tidtwater'* 

KwmmmmM 




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Unolfum Floors 




"We cri«U Floors that di»- 
tingabh room! In homMU of- 
fices, shops, these Individ- 
4uUy Designed Linoleam 
Floors confer smert, color- 
eontnuit dtfttinction which no 
other floor treatoeni can 
match. Colors, motifs — 
"Character!" in a word — 
that give long-lived service, 
at m^eHkte first-cost! May 
we give you an estimate? 



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FIRST BATFIST CHURCH 

d«th St. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wa4*l| Water*, faiter 

0:SOa.m.— -Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m.- -Ifeming Worship 
6a5 p.m.— T^lHlBf tJnlon 
7 :80 p.m. — Evening Service 
Evening Services SO min. later 
Mtfy li-Scpt. 16. 



BAYSIPS BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

lao Pleaanre floose Rd. 

Ja«ee V. DeFe*, Paster 

8 :?d a.m. — Worship Service 

ll:0(»a.m. — Worship Service 

9:20 4 10:10 a.m. Sunday 

School 

- 8:00 p.m.— Evening Service 



PRIW CE II AWWi PI 



BAPTIST CHURCH 

941 Boeemont Road 
Rev. MelTin l|«ghee. Paster 

11:00 A 7:30 p.m.— Worship 
Services 
9:30 a.m. — SundajT School 
.6:16 p.m. — Training Union 



BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

9th A Me4. Ave. 

A eoo^rating Sovthem Bapist 

Cnurch 
George WoHett. Jr., MiBister 
Phone 428-2004 
9 :45 ^va. — Sanday SCd tool 

6:80 p.m.— Training Union 
f :80^.Bi. — Evening Service 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Service 



7 :80 f».n. — Evening Worship 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

In Prte(MH, Viiginia Beach 
-Mil OCEANA BOULEVARD 

\ Air Station on right 
, T. J. TiBffle, PaslM- 

I 9:46a.a. — Sundav School 
11:4 6 a.n. — Worship Service 

7:80 p.m. — Evening Service 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

7120 Kempsvitle Road 
A. D. Bleant, Paster 

9 :4B am.-^unday School 
ll:00a.m — Morning Worship 
8 :00 p.m.— Evening Worshl] 



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THALIA LYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining 
Princess Anne High School 

R«T. R«bert N. WalUce 
8 :30 a.m. — Morning Worship 
9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning Wo«ii).*) 



FIRST COLONIAL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial Road 
George T. Stalliafs, Paster 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:00 a.m. — Morning Wo»hlp 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union' 
7 :^0 p.m. — Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Mid-Week service. 
Wednesday 



Virginia Beiach SMN^ Thursday, Stpttmber 9, 1965 



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unmui Just to eee fttt fm mm 
clothed tiui fed aad hav« • ^aet 
to deep. 

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problems. B^ m(mt ^«liM^| 
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FAITH BAPTIST CHURdH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk 
Fred M. Fariss, Paster 

9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning WonAup 
6 :30 p.mj — ^Pellowdkip Hour 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Services 



GRACE BRETHREN . 
CmiRCH 

Great Nedc at HiUto|» 
A. HareM Arrfalgtoa, Paster 

1 :00 a.mu— 43undey School ' 

11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 

7:30pjn. — Evening Service 



l«HINT OLIVE 
IL .^ . BAmitXHU«CH._„ 
■r Rer. T. U. #alh.r. Pastor 
9:S0a.ro. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Motiung Worship 
7 :80 pjB.— Evening Wordiip^ 



NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
9jHf Cfllef Pfc. MA •-04S9 







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FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

419 iGIenrock Road, Norfolk 
Rot. Charles T. HeadrMu 

9:46 a.m. — Church Schdol 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning ' Worahip 
7 :30 p.m.— Evening Worship 

ST. GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Rev. Flaviaa Yoliahe,, O.S.B. 

Rot. Paschal Kmlp O.S.B. 

Masses— 6:80, 8:00, 9:30, 
11:00 and 12:S0 t 

Confei^ons are on Saturday 
7:30-8:30 



TBB WEEK'S UETTEE: '^ un 

13 yeah old and going Into the 
8Ui erado. I have a friend who ii 
older then I am and he asked me 
if I vantod a ring from him. 

T tftM Mm It mam un to him W s* 

this rightt He asked ne if he 
coaU &ttM ever and I told him 
not to w ny OMther might blow 
up. Was this right? Whenever 
ha aslB to come over and pick 



mi op to go to a show ^ a game, 
I am afriM to accept. Should I? 
I need advice, yet I am afraid 
to ask my parents. Would jnm 
tell me what to do?" 

OUR REPLY: Go Immediately 
to your parents and talk to them. 
You have nothing to fear. You 
have done nothing wrong. But, 
you might— unless you get their 




•r hoys. 

Hev« go 
ont you mnild Mt vk to 
to your hoiM and m^t 
parents. Never go anywhere 
eut your parent's knowledfs 
permission. And, never toU 
you. are going one place 
you are really going tamevl 
else. 

Honesty and truth will 
you little discomfort. Play ^ 

f;ame otherwise and you ne a^ 
ng for lieartbreak and f orlroofili 

II y4a kov* ■ te*iiag« BTobUm jm 
wtni to dtecuM, OT on ofiaarTatfoB I 

AioOT raofaeEas. common ir 
AND SUBURBAN tom tmmci 
FRANtFOBT. nr. T2 



OAK GROVE BAPTIST 

iimcH 



Alvia St. Clair, Paster 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
llt^a.m. — ^Moniing Wjm^^ 



BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greenwell Rd. A Lakevie# Dr. 

Bayside, Va. . 
. Mmfh Davfai Mooro, Pastoir 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.nL — ^Itoming Worship 
7:46 p.m. — Eraning Worship 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
RW. Bmce B. Perkins, Paster 
10:00 a.ra. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 

6:00 p.m.— B.I.U. 

7:00 p.m. — ^Evening Worship 

LCmpOlf BRIDGE 
BAP T II T CH URCH 

London Bridge, Virginia 
G. Edward Hagkes, Pastor 
8 :80 a.m. — Miming Worship 
9:46a.Hi.-*-8ui^ay School 
1 1 :00 a.m-— Morning Worship 
6:30p.«. — ^Ifraining Union 



NAVY COMMISSIONS 
NEW UNIT ™ , 

VIBfilNIA BEACH-The Navy 
has commissioned a ikw command 
known as the U. S. Atlantic Fleet 
DASH Training Unit at the Fleet 
Anti-Air Warfare Training Cencer, 
Dam Nedc Virginia Beach. 

DASH <Drone Anti-Submarine 
Ifelicopter) has been at Dam Neck 
since October, 1962, but until last 
week tfte training pro-am and 
malntenaice had be^ carried out 
by Detadunoit Two of Utility 
SquMbon Six d Nwfolk (recently 
re-dedgnated Ftoet Composite 
SquadnMi 1^). 

The new conunfind will coatinue 
to be staffed by the same officers 
mid moi who have been doing the 
DASH training, but they wiU be 
tiwntefiii Jn «NMs^ to ttie 
Ccaninander Cruiser • Desb*oyer 
Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet who haa 
VIRGINIA BEACH i '*'^ assumed the responsibility of 

METHODIST CHUBCtt--^™ '^^''i''^ *>^ achnimstration of the 



BLACKWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
Rot. Ralph L. Her* 

10:00 a.m. — San^y School 
llri)Oa.m — Morning Worship 
"Serving aod and the Com- 
munity ^eK ISaekwater Since 
1784" 



TABERNACLE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

: Princess Anne, Virginia 
^|Ub«rfc H, Gather, MiaUtor 

9 :46 a.m.— Church School 
ll:00a.m — Morning Worship 



TEEN TOPIC 



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Asst. Hwne DemMtttitioB ^eat 



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CARE OF SWEATERS FOR 



AROUND WEAR 




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207 - 18th Street 
_Rov.' B^orlT^Fehi 

:»NtTO .i-^^o f ditp s e w 
Summer Months 
9:45 i^m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship l^^ft 



THALIA METHODIlT 
CHURCH 

Pine Ave. A Va. Beh. Blvd. 
WMllaBi L. Askor, Paster 

9:46 a.m.- — Sunday 8eho<^ 
10:46 a.m.— Worahip 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH / 

Va. Bch. I^lvd., Lynnhaven 
William H. Acosta, Miautor 
8:46 a.m. and 11 a.m. — 
services 

9 :46 a.m. — Church School 
6:80 p.m. — Youth FellowaWp 



KEMPSVILLE 
PRESBYTEiClAN CHURCH 

620 Kempsville Rd. 
J. L. Coppoek, Pastor 
9:40 A.M. — Sunday School 
11:00 A.M. — Homing Worship 
6:00 P.M.— (Second Sunday) 
Youth Fellowships 



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1802 Atlantic Avenue USFAAWTG - Dam Neck 

3333 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Princess Anne Plaza 

4864 Shell Road at Bayslde 

4920 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Aragona Village 

2422 Princess Anne Road at Courthouse 

O^m llonday through Friday, 9 A.M. to I PJL-Fri<Uy afternoon - 4 to 7 P.M. 



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MANAGINO EDITOR OF THE 



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WEDNESDAY 

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DASH Weapcms Syston. The opera- 

^sh ty ~ConintaKterT Wav 
Forces, U. 5. Atfamtlc l^lert tai ea^ 
|yW4. _L ^ 

Conunandini Am new unit is 
Uetrioiant Commamfer Everett H. 
Crudiq), Jr., regarcled as. the M- 
lantic Fleefs senior DASH-expe- 
rlerKed officer. 

"Hie increasing requiranaits of 
the Fleet for trained (dicers and 
men to op«^te and maintain the 
DASH Wrapona System and the 
need to tr^ refdac^nent crews 
for dqdoyed DASil crews who are 
doe rota&m l»tNi^ idixnit this ex- 
pansion ol facilities. "Hie Atlantic 
rm PA^ P^^ \^M^ now 
be' housed in b^ the «cisting 
hai^H- and tai a renovated class- 
room building. 

Tlie DASH is a ronote contrq^ed 
helico{^r designed to carry two 
trapedos fnnn an operating ship 
hito a designated target v^ and 
tbra release the payload and re- 
turn to the ship. l4us increases the 
anti-submarine warfare capability 
t& ttie destroyers equipped with the 
syston and lessms the possible 
danger ai the ship having to come 
within range of an enemy subnuh 
rine. Currently tiiere are over 50 
ships t^)«ratk>nal with the DASH 
Weapwis System in the Atlantic 
Fleet. 

Each helicopter has a crew of 
dx wm, ttiese include two officer 
controlla-s, two mechanics and 
two electronics tedmlcians. One of- 
ficer flies the helicopter visually, 
including the takfrolf and landing 
<ni the sdiip aiui the other officer 
uses radar for ^yes as he takes 
over «4)eD the helicopter disap- 
pears from d^t and fUes it on to 
tiie destination. > 

Ttiis unit is the (mly command 
of its kind fai the Navy today, the 
DASH b-aining fw the Pacific 
Fleet stiQ being carried out by a 
detadunent from Fleet Composite 
Squadron Three at San Clemente 
Island, California. 

Guest speaks for the conmis- 
siMiing was Vice Admiral Charles 
E. Weaklev. Conmander Anti-Sub- 
marine Forces, U. S. Atlantic 
Fled. Rear Admirals E. B. Tav- 
l(tt-, C(»nmand^ Fifth Naval Dis- 
trict and W. C. AHiau, Command- 
«■ Cruuer-Destroyer Flc^illa FOUH 
were also at flie cer<«nony. 



Everybody loves sweaters, swne for special occasions, otiien fW| 
every day. If you were suddenly to tose all your sweatCT^, tow much| 
would you have to spend to r^ace than? To 
etffiiulate a nice colledi<m, to lo^ your bart 
sweaters, and to get the nrwst wear out of them,| 
you need to care for them daily, occasionally an(j 
seasonally. **s 

DAILY: Keep your sweaters flat in a drawer 
box. Hanging stretches, swcato^ out of ^pe. 
OCCASIONAL CARE; Launckring is v«^[ " 
portant. You need only ab(NXt % mimdei tq wa 
sweaters. Their colors stay bright and the sweat-j 
ers feel soft. You save more by mA haviag the 
petdbone dry cleaned, j^^i^,^ 

POliXIW THESE STEPS WHEN LAUNDERING SWEATERS 

XHTith piiia. (HitUne sweats M a large turkish towel. Place pina A\ 
the neck, ^MMilders, bust, sleeves (width and length), and uadsrurm.! 

2. Now fuc four large oH^ainers of warm water. Have the tenip@'atui»| 
of the water comfortable to the wrist or elbow, and all cwitaiawti ^ 
the same temperature, t^s is very important, for wrong temperarturfj 
caus^ dirjnkage, millin g, or felting, Mid results in aj^ff, hard swee^ 

nsrcold water.— —^ — % "("-;' - ^f "' ' — ' — — 

3. n«iau« a riot, n«itral 8wi^%^94^QHHp^ ^se a soi9> 
vi^Mild not mind usi^ cm your face. 

4. Squee^ the suds through the sweater. Do not n*. Lift from under- 
ne^, as the weight of the water may strdch the garment. ** 

5. If sweater is very soiled, use aids in second watar. 

6. If sweater is faded, tint with a dye. 

7. Use the rest of the water for two separate rinsings. Rinse by squeez- 
ing wate^ through the sweater. Do pot wring the sweater. Squeeze ool 
what wat«- you can. Then knead the sweater vrith a lai^e towd 

8. Pn^ect frun moth dunage by a<biiBg EQ-S modi proofii^ to lastj 
rinse, each time sweato- is washed. EQ-fSS if available A dn^. depart- 
mait mail order, and hardware stores. { ,i j .^ ' '•" 

i 

9. Lay tfie sweoter out flat. &nooth it iitto position as shown by ^ i 

oiAline of pins r- .'>e towel. Let tiie sweater dry. Do not dry swea^ | 
hi sun or close to heat or in cold room, for this causes shrinkage. 

10. ff you widi'to speed up the drying, hang two parallel lines of' 
wra^lhg cwd, wire, or cl(^eslinra, and pUi the edges rf tiie towd 
than. Tlw current of air can go^ under as well ^ over d» towel o&| 
which the sweated is spread. 



WOMEN 

ON THE GO 



.W( 




UnRmS-IMEUMATISM 



Do 



dtims aad dod>le talk miJce 
d(Mi^ fou can get any reitrf 
from itthrinc aad rheumatic pains? 
Get 100 STANBACK tablets oi 50 
STANBACK powdns, use as direct- 
ed. If rou do not get reli^, return Uie 
unused |Ntft and four purchase price 
will be relkiaded. SaiiTOdt Coo^anr, 
Saltsb«iiy.N.C 



Lady blacksn^ths are few 
and far between tlwse daya — 
lor that matter, so are male 
IsIaclaHiiatha. < 

But if you, as a wmnan, 
hankor to be a 
amithy or, as 
aeema miu^ 
mcNPe likely, a 
aecretary, deco- 
rator, faocdc- 
keeper, iUuB- 
trator, data 
processor, lin- 
guist, or a high sdiool gr»iu- 
ate, just forge ahead, gal. And 
if your iNin^uit of happiness al- 
ao means improving your poise 
and perscmality, you can do 
tiMt too — without neglecting 
hoiisdiold chores w' rushing 
vmvy from tl» Office to attend 
fonnal Hfl'W' , ^ 

Today, thoumnds d wamea 
are taking btnne atot^ courses, i 
selecting from ammig nearly 
250 aibjects. For many ye^rs, 
distaff hcmoe studies tmce am- 
oemed mainly witti conking, 
diess-mddng and the Hk^ but 
now tb^ mist reflect the broad 
intefesia of modorn «ooa«a at 
home and iKiiic*( 

Job-rdated oMveqxndienoe 



has iacnased naott mildly — 
and no wmcter, oomklering 
liiat more iban 24 millksi 
wooMB betivein 18 1^ 66 now 
fiQrit full or part time. And by 



ByVKMLAHAlUUS 

a bstltnts for ConfhiBh^ StaJy.!^ 

1970, an additionid five milU 
gals will be tooking lor 

AMMKq[^^te home studii 
eounes can .give a woman * 
boost in landpg a mofe -' 
tere^ing jd) if she has 
winked befoe^ or fit she 
beoi on prolonged "I 
ing learn." But tfiey abo Im' 
ai^ieal to ibose who want 
oindi tiieir home en' 
. ' li art your ht4)by, <»r 
you like it to be? 
oioe omuBes in Aeldiii^t 
painting can laimeh tilie ^ 
b^onor, and telp those vitibl 
some esp^ence '%iU8h>uqp^ 
their technique. Or you 
find a octane in interior 
ratii^b^jluL 

Tiie new WICS 
Peraonality DevekiivDeiii 
pt^jMilar witti vtomslii^ 
iie the importance of pdM 
gnxHning in tode^'a world. 

0| the ^000 or moia AMJoi 
occuqpa&ma in t$m ooqntiy 
day» nm no kofsr ham 
moiioixrfy OQ A ibigb 00% 




with the new I\ad«al \m 
the hooka pcsvoitiDg jdb 
cdndoutkn ^^dmt 

inamm ioc tf women wbo I 
realtr qimMe&lf yon] 
udbMoii tuA Iha 
tioD it tata^ yim may 
a home ^liidy o»ira» that w' 
^we ym a %tic -wm^Mf *■ 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 9, 1965 



REALTY TRANSFERS 



HW 









T. lauitrat A ux te 
ahdmon B. C«l^^ Jr. <tint. ptH 

•ma 

L&nctiK. partoflotliplai 

mini tax mm. 

A^HIm R8U, nt H SlMkhlt A. 
MidSr «t uk, lot S7, ^ itf HUme- 
AMd M. 1, tax ^.95. 

Carola^ IktiMi, Inc. to Daft- 
■id Lfm^ MX. let 1. bbdc IM). 
j^ If Cwt^ne Vtem nc. S; 

In mvi. 



Btlfanark Cowtnictkm Corp. (e 
1^^ D. brMMw^ «t ttx, lot S, 
mA it>M fti llai«iQ[ton jet. t: 
tn ISUb. 

Robert F AUstock et uX W 
Louis Robert Roug(ft et ut, lot 
SI. plM q( Diamond Litoi Estatra; 

CMis Brwte Wood et ux tq 
l)tt«|r Stalvey et lix, M S, plat 
^ Kb^ Wh tax $M.66. 

Codne fti»lfy CmiMratkm tq 
Wfttim P. NaujfAs et ux, tot lit, 
friM oC L^eville l^ates sec. 3i 

to m. 

Dora G. Slaughter to Tierce B. 
Yarbr«# et ux. lot 9. block U, 
plat ol ttrchwood Gardens sK. 3; 

tax vkm. 

Pocdumtas Village, Inc. to JinS' 
mie D. Claric ^ ux, 1(A 6. blodc 



ah 



m 




C. f=RANCIS LAY 
AMJftMU Agent 



1. j^&t d Pocdwttaa Village; tax , ct ux. kit 1. bbck D. pbA of Prin- 
$11.33. . - .. - 

frank Hwb^wo et w to Prop- 
«t^ Buyai, Inc., tot 8, block 
H, pint tf i^oesa Aahe F^aza 
aSt. il; \$x. 919.11. 

AdM '^mas Sbfi^^ et ux 
to dlarlM E. 1%nn^ et Ok, kA 
13, btock IB, plat of Panbr^e 
Uaaot- sec. 3; tkx $ttM. 

ERUi RHuty tjorpof aoon urisr 
m C^U Self, Jr.. el ttx, lot 14. 
^kA H, |Uat of F^i^^e Manor, 
NC. 4: m $28.80. 

MlU Russ ConstnictMi Cwnpany. 
inc. b ttH^ Elliott R<Me et ux, lot 
5, bkx^ E, {dat of PriilceM An.ie 
Plata MC. IS; tax $21. 

MiU Ruii Construction Ccnnpsny. 
Inc. to Hattin N. Fuhrman et ux, 
tot 8, Mock E, plat of Princess 
Anne Flisa kc. IS; tax $31.18. 

Mil! Ru« Constn»tl<m Cwnpany, 
tec. to Donald Eisenhardt et lOc. 
tot 3, block E, plat d PriiKess 
Anne Plaza sec. 13; tax iU.15 

Mill Russ Constructton Compai^. 
Inc. to Richard Eugene Edwards 



L 



cess Aiute Ftea tec. IS; tax $21.« 
Enul Reaftv Omwratfasn ti 
Mark PglikMi Hbrat, Jr. «l K 

lot 36, btodk IS, plat d Panoroka ^ 
Manor aec. 3; tax $25.50. 

OevHOi Kn|i^ OQ^bdn^ ^ ux 
to WiUian Jarvk Cartwri^t, Jr. 
et ux, tot 14, plat <rf Bird Neck 
Ao-a; tax $30.7S. 

Janjes E. Sikkn e t \ps. to Em- 
mett L Bc^oon ^ ux, lots 10, 
11. btock 113. {dat of Lakewood; 
tax $1S.68. . 

Marlyn M. tkwnit^ to Amdd 
William Beeslo- et ux, lot 10, 
block A. |M of Woodhu^t; tax 
$24.75. 

Donald H. Gaytor et ux to WU- 
liain Barak Greoileaf ^ ux, lot 
11, block Y, i^t of Birdmood 
trarctom sec. 3; tax $32.S. 

William C. Sho^raod et ux to 
Aubr^ D. ystw, tot H, Week E. 
plat of Ari^ma Village sec. 1; 
tax $ll. 

J*hes H. Wonnack et ux to Wil- 
liam A. Bundy, lot 47. plat of Dia- 
mond Lake Estate; tax $20.25. 



IMM 



If youVw iuyfiig tor Sdlinf SM 

HiKfz tkikkt 

iUYS-^mu - mAn ANythnm 

• On rfii #•» tiUi hr all fumitur* 

# h«# fjickup or (ftrfdeiy 



MPHIM 



INSUItANa - KiAL iSfKtl^- ROff A^ 



JARVIS 



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Let us put your heating system 
through Its paces aft4 mdie sure 
it's ready for winter. Call . . . 



soon. 
NBA/ AND REPAIR WC^K 




PRINCESS ANNEfLUJ 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS, Inc. 

431 VA. BEACH Bi:VD.-428-1660 or 429-1661 

PRINCESS ANNI STAtlON - 4264216 

RADIO DtSPATCMnD TRtJCi^" : 



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"It te rkJBcutoia for any man to crltjcixe ti» works of aiwther if l» 
lub not di^inguished Wmsdf by Wi wra pa<ormaflCM."-i^adison 

• ♦ • ' 

Hdto Folks! 4-H Clirt) menders all acn^ the natiwi have joined in 
o( Youth lor Natural Beauty. This wedi I would 
to dlacitts this profrvn witti ^u and suggest 
ways'ytxi am take part. 

4141 CMumtiiitty BeMtiflcatioa 
Tlje PreaWent of the United Sates and ttle SiC5- 
|ret«7 d Agriculbire have^ dtaltenged 4-H Club 
\mmkm% to take part in tiiis |Mtvami. SecfeUffy 
.Fteeman states that ywith are being glvwi "*i 
[oKXHiiUuty to beoMne a driving force In &e war 
bUght, to regain and rrtain the beauty that is 
JAmoIca b^ore it slips throu^ our fi^rs aid 
lis irrevocably toet." Other yoiA fwupe have alio 
'been la^ed to cooperate. The Sears-Roebui* ¥t»^ 
F. IfWf dation is providing incentive OQ JB ^l^^iAial, mSk 
coanty. and ititfe basts. ^_.^ , 

Hera b Ywa Cluuioe .,.^^1^..:.--^-^^- 

. . . to partk^ale in the 4-H Convntodty Brat^ieatim imject and be 
a pait «C tbe N«tioad I^re^am of Yoi;rtb for Natural Beauty. Ymi can 
take pM^ to roai^ v»s*r-K an fauUvkhial. as a fnena)er of your 4-H 
pii Oil ai • jHMBg dthe^ d yvu oomnutfiity. tai this oi^yable ^s^\r 




1 Dav^ liiAs^ titoits ud wMic toward «dfevai| the faroad 
^laottMs fd. fkinftat aad i^ective ciUzenship. '.^...j^,,.^j.-»^,^^ 



t awxift m liilWitlBliffmn to conserve a^ further devetop the 
natiB*! beaitfies ef «he nation. ^ i . v • 

S. Cooperato actively In flie eliminatton of trash, litter and unsightly 
dbtrtructktt lAectb^ die b^n^ d tiw landscape. 

C Gain a fuller knowledge of plants* tb^ habitat and artkk use. 

5. Lean the correct waiy to airai^, plane and care l&c grasses, 
jQowe«, duubi and trees (at be«^. 

6. H# to nA^ conmninity suTwindings more attractive, incltxiing 
homes, couatryi^te, towns, and citi^ parks and agen spaces. 

7. D^^ hafipy fMoIfy and gro^ rdatkm^ps by woriuag with 
Mfaert OB a program of natfaniwkfe concern and importance. 

» • • 

COMING EVENTS 

i^ »-4-H Junlw Steo- Project Mtg., Princes Anne Fire Staticm, 
7:80 PJi 

ikpt a-Haven Heights 44! Mtg.-Mrs. A. P. Fentrefes*. 7:30 P.M. 
Sept U^HcxxMr Chtf> M4.-^^m Braun's, 7:30 P.M. ^ 

Sept. l»-<:enier'B 4-H Mtg., LeKi« M^hocUst Oiurch, 7:30 P.M. 
SepL aiM>ct. 4->National 4-H anb W^. 



Wmm BRPKIb SCHOOL WINOS I 



GumOrcMW. . . ,' ^. 29c 
Sour Bali . • . > V f96 
BrdckPd|)S. , . . V£ i9c 
Butteracalch ... (^f^ 29c 
Cinnamon Balls •V29c 





- PEANUT CITY —- 

COUNTRY STYLE HAMS 



COWWIM' S NA'.^ . . 

SWiFTS WtiEMIOM VCffi^Atl 



HATWrTINDai OiLICIOUS VItt' 




Mm 01 w^Ac 

SHANK K»TIO»i "Qljr 

Diucidlit uvoajuil 

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oH Park Fromdi . 



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RO 
BREAST O' 

Hib or Sirloin Chops . . 1. 19< 

a. SO 




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Blade Chops 
Arm Chops 



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HUk CUTLff$ 
iOlN tHOK 

a.«l» 



VALUC MJY — CMAMY SMOOTH 



Margarine 

KELLOCiO'S 

(MMFUKES 



aHiouI ^tfi 

Pobgna.^; 

HMGNMimfirM-^MMOWSTAJt / 

■rttunschweiger • . . • 

AVMU^U M AIOST trOKSS 

B-B-Q Chickens . . 

SCAfOCtt DiUOHT — pAn^UDI 

Brtwded Shrimp 




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mmi Bac 



Sllctd 
ito. 



Chunk 
ill. 



1Ui.erM«r« 
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49" 
49' 
89' 



r^ww»*^-s%A- 



VALUE BUY — ARMOUR STAR 

SLICfeD BACON ^ 




zy 



2-lb, 



»|57 



MADE FRESH DAIir 



cs brandVsalads 



or P«tpl« IhM 




Mi^rfak — the longer- 
lasting, ktay-on-the-job 
lubricant that cah cut 
out the breakdowns 
tliat cut into harvest 
time. Won't |ar out, 
leak out' dry out. Re- 
sists water, too. 

New ttaVoline — thte 
motor oil that keeps 
cars and farm machin- 
ery from wasting mdn- 
by because it stops de< 
posj(t3 best. 

Multigear Lubricant 
EP — the grease tfc'al 
keeps equipment on 
the job . . . ready for 
work at any time. Pro- 
tects agaihst" rult. 
Stuff, wear, and cor- 
i-osion. 

Fire Chief — tiie eco- 
homlcal, climat^-cori- 
trolied gasoline that's 
blended right, for this 
area. Assures fast 
ftartst smooth warm- 
ups, full poweir. 



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BACK TO SCHOOL BAR(_^ 

UMCH BOX SKOAL -> SfEDlSn 

XW Raisins ^^^ 

OaJGHTAN^ 

«- 59* Syrup 

NO MISS— SI 

t* 69* Cookies ^-"""^ . . 



Filler Paper • • 

«»e»-4«AVY ourr 

Canvas Binder 

FO* SCHdOl OR HOME 

Gipbeard 



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OaJGHT ANYTIME 

CS BRAND 



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COLONtAL STORES 

LlMiteci 3\st St. & Laskin Rd. 

IS NOW OPEN 

24 HRS. A DAY 

For Your Convenienca 
A C»iBpl«t« DalcitoAtfeMdik Dept. 

bet Ptes, t*oba7 Sa^d^^chea, 
. Hot |lar-B-Que Chickens and 
' Live limine Lobiter* 



NO MESS— SUGAR OR CHOC. CHV 



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SAffi FOR CMlM>Mt RICH TOMATO RAVOR 

SdsHft *^. . . • |. 19* Redpte Catsup. •"»? 19* 




ONI I oz. PKo. Mn rnosry "^ 

STUFFED FLOUNDER 

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OIL BURNER SALES AND SERVICE 



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FOR 

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evailabU t« ttoilfllit 
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LINOLEUM « TILE CO. 

FNane 627^8661 

1225 W. 25th St. 









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^M^.*^ U nfldug Arden and 
{■InuA StardlM rtna^ffs to tten- 

t«a Jia Dt nrtig e»e^ etti- 
ttHii mfy Aio to ike «ttt and be- 
ild«s IdadBg ■ bMvy acting lotod 
on Ok marobfes. the acflpt re- 
guifes an i^^ |iraeeis of^ttilrty- 



Virginia Beadi SU^, Thuradey, SeptonOMr 9, 1 



SumiWe^At^f^ 



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3. eJDin be connected to millions of 
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157 Va. ftMi^ Blvtf.-^iiliila Beach 



Dwi tt teecBB to the Marobas 
Ibey M« ahn^B gettng r»<fy for 
the play (Mr oi^miifaig afterward. 

Praparalbi for t^w 8:30 (un. 
cvteia b^oa M 4:t0 p.in. ip the 
■AenMOB. Ibere nre shi cni^fd^ 
cbttiigea ^ coatume for «kA i^- 
o- ad oatunes taoA be pres»id 
Md bidig in ardtar ftrHn hats do«n 
to ^na. MakeHlp te laid «iA fai 
Ib a dr taa i^ «»BB^4ar 
(AMigrt nd coviH a twaly> 
h^ <b-^ibig tri>le. (MKr make- 
op aei co^nrn are fiei^ ir- 
ru^ badodage for f^ t/eooM 
bladroiA dtaneii within actL 

Ardeft Staroba mt^hm, sets, and 
Mm her owii hahr »>ch dav; wWl" 
unfcr IN dnrer ijhe sets and 
eonriM a *'« and three hairpferes 
Med in addition to her own itril 
(nc red bab- terfag the span of 
theptagr. ' 

Dorl^ tite rm of tiie show tad< 
vfea^, tiie Stai^ias keefp tm a 
mnllii^Ai^ tte dod[ to dmi§t 
colMlia ind make-un on tbne 
and ¥*t keep frona hxAinf "maw*- 
m" dne tf> ttie doamen d the 
Wectoenwd awtteiwe. wMch h 
wated around thn» itdfli of the 
ataga. 

Altar it ^km, t^erything fe 
reversed as aH mak^n ami co<- 
tumes ere collected aoi rrturmd 
to tbe (b&siBg room. , 

Fral* and Ardeii, * Ae mt « 
a str^iioos worknut, wipe oR tJH» 
Hett trttca of mdce^ and FraiA 
remaris. "I Am't rljallv look a» 
tile rm& tne now. I haven't seen 
me for two wedh." Ai*ed if "Th*' 
F^rpffister" b worth all the exfrp 
work, the hu«sband and wife team 
agreed. "We'd Bke to play it for a 
yearV'^^-.,_-_,-^ .^^--^^^^^^^^ 

Aircoi^tloned We^ewood to- 
tartsd wcBt M WiSiainsdKffg i^t 
niahtly exce^ Sua^ with it ^- 
^v8]K. J'liil#tfTlil ' 'n "^*""'^ 

m "rmSwmsm^Ma p.o. 

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l^ael ilhlis IkMi atorbr- 
(JaMattlt). 

God kves ns so much tbat 
He gave as all Bis wonderful 
qualities that we may. In turn, 
five and share them with His 
other children. (Sod's loye ia 
in our hearts as kbidness^ f or- 
fivesess and tolerance and 
wa should treiU it as sttdi hi 
our dealinwi with otbera. 



wnilAU^nniG-mwgfene co- 
ca, fresh from the HougjMtm L^e 
Playhoi^ in Blidiig^, has con- 
Qnned her an>eanyice in Waiter 
Arthur Lm^'s comedy "Never Too 
Lbte" at Penimuia Playhouse fai 
Willlam^Mirg. Tbe sb.w wkl apea 
on tiaada^. September I3tb sad 
co^timM throu^ Sati«rday. Sc^ 
^oberSth. ■^:,:-,:-^ -i-,.-.^. .-. 

Miss Coca md her ke^uid, Stag 
DonovaOi will eo-atar in this hilar- 
iously funoy Aroadwigr comedy. 
ibe four& fmductkn aA ^ flay- 
hoeae. For wiMpartlag roha, pro- 
thimr Roas G^ppie wiB tmn to 
Oie cMt of Ifiss Co(»'s cmreiA 
production oC "Never Too Lata," 
!X>w pishing at Ikuf^toa Lais. 
Kay Gillimi and Raymond Thome, 
[H^sently appearing with lOai Co- 
ca in icid^^. wffl cam Villi- 
li am^baii ^is isteltam mumjnlm 
as Jwr d»^itar aM aao-iB4aw. b 
aJitlitt, Piiibiseli Playfaouae wtt. 
for ata ffeftt tti^, use aoaile nam 
actors bi itt {MrO(bictfc». 

lAtt Cbca. best known fbr her 
toles in "Sbow ol Shows" with Sd 
C^asar and the inore rebeiA "Gtto- 
dt" televisim series. adui% be- 
gan ho* career in tfie ni^ chd) 
circuit This was fodawd by 'Ihe 
Girls in SOT' and "The Seven Um- 
ly Arts' 'on 6roaibra^. eai;h of 
whidi receh^ cxitl^Oec aim. 



lOng Dooovw had i^f^nd hi 
monerous nxAion piiSures, od 
Broadway pro&Ktiaps. ifis ASBka 
and t^ents as botb^.bur and <Ue- , 
tor are wdi kaowa in N^ tradi 
nd he is reco^iised tf a man .of 
va^ theatrical aapu^eoca. "Pi^ 
ises, f^ronJsa." 'Mih ^mA 
Jatym Mansfidd, is eae ctUs bat 
known p ro Ja ctto ns. 

'Ikum Tbe Lato" eoneeras Urn 
«aairs of a nnddte^gad osapte 
wIm) <fi^3V«r. Budi to their d^ 
may, ^dr ajyoarbing pana^ 
hoed. Father is shattersi; flMtbr, 
auddenly rwrngnfadi^ bar oeative 
poti^tiid. noes to be the beaie- 
boM ikudge and tuna fadahie 
and ^amorous, lbs frmm dd^ 
dma are a^iast at their ptfc^s* 
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Agricultural Agent 

E R. "DldC COOCRELL, JR. 



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HOW TO BECOME A CEKTIFUCD KSBP GROWmi 

tm totner Intewtod is eligible to grow cer^ied ieed-provWed he 
It mmsg to do the extra wrk and take the extra pPictutiooa nec«i«ary 
to produce a certified aeed crop. Crop* grown for certified seed produc- 
lioo ihouW be i^anted on cte« tand. that la free from objwtioiiable 
WMdi. and f ree of se«l of other crops that might contaminate the crop 
bate grown Ux cotfM seed. 

A field of sraan pa^ would not be ellgfele for certification il this 
fMld wat planted to anaU grain the previous year-«iIeM the previous 

own from certified i eed>. 'n>e same 



a^liM to aoybeaM and otfier seed cr(q». lUs rule ia rigidfy a<9ia«d 
(e, *K» tilwe are always womt volunteer {di^s condng v^ from seed 
from die ptwieoa crop. ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^^ 

It is usuaDy very dlfficuK to find land that ia aitirdy free of objec- 
tkjnable weeds. However, for certified seed production a fanwa* should 
pint on i3x cleanest land avaiU>le. Many objectionid:de weeds can be 
f^ff^i^Wiji v«ry dfectively by chemical sprays, tf dmie j^tiperly and at 
the inpar tkne. Wild oak>n is one of ttie most troublesome weeds in 
■mH grata cnpa. This weed can be cMrsUad by chemical sprays. 
Spraying should be done after the grain has fully tillered, but brfore 
it starts to joint graying shouki not be done who) the temperature 
ia bdov W degrees Fahrodieit. 

If a termer deddas to become a certtted seed producer, be should 
flaiit eMar IVxindatioo or Regiatered swd-and sIxxM aara flie tags 
b«m (ha seed planted. More planting, lie drill or ^BXim must be 
t^ora^^ cletfied so tiwre wil be no pMsible diance d a mixture 
ta ttw otip. 

1%a Boct step is to a^ to the Vlrgiiiia Crop Improvement Aaaoda- 
tka. Bbd^biffg, VIrgiida. for.fidd inspection to- certification. One of 
tte cKtU(»tian tags from each lot of seed planted should be enclosed 
iMl iW appUcation for inspection. * 

Bm ft* crap 1>«8^ ^ ^>^ ^' ^ 8»'^'^ ^^^"^ carefully inspect 
tfa Add to aee if tt contains n^ <^her cn^ mlxture-«idi as itc in a 
firid tf vbeet. barley or oats. II so, the rye should be pulled and re- 
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Slid tufactte. 

Iite« htf'Viftiiig a crop grown for certified seed, tfie eomtoie must 
It te«^ deaaed. Even after thoroughly deMitog the ooml^ie it is 
^ to la^ iiide the first fow bags of grain to be used for feed-as an 
( ffl ira pn^H^ioo agitost ge(tii% vvMal mb^iffe (rf oter cn^ mfa^iae 
M |wr cartBed aeed, from the conibtoe, . ., 

V a cnp paaaea Oe field inpectloa for certificatkNH-tiien alter it has 
Mai tarveatod and the seed properly cleaned and ready for sal^-a 
iiHMiiiilaltiii toOfde mot poa a fermtaatioa and purity test If ge^ 
ip^Mite and pta^wqpbtmmito are niet.ihe VCIA win issue certifica- 

fite^^ tW reqwtot An olQdii certificaAioB ti« mapt J e^dhed 

to ti* Nf «« •■ Mrtfflrf "^ 

Aipne Mmatod fai more detidled litformation cmiceming production 
ol pi#M Me^ d«^ write to ttie Vlrf^ Crop Improvement Asso- 
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TAKE NOTICE that on September 
2S. ises. at 10:00 ajn. at Holt Bu» 
ick, Inc., 17th St Extended, Vi^ 
^nia teach. Virginia, we ahaU ex- 
poae to sate, one 1980 Ford Sun- 
Ifaier. serial nundm- (^^121297, 
s^wi and r^Msaessed from Paul 
E. Whtte. aa Lavender Lane, V\s- 
^ila Bttdi. Vir^nte. fagr virtue <rf 
the brrach of a ca\aki conditiraial 
sales c^ract, dated June SO, 1964, 
in pursuant <rf the Uniform Sales 
Act d ^^ida. Tonm Cash. 

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COMMONWEALIH W vmOINIA 
la the Chrt'a Olfke d the 
CkoOt Ce«t it Oe City s( Vir- 
gWa BeMk Va. 

FALA CORPORATION. 

C<mplainmt 
v. 
JOHN FENTtffiSS. 251 Clifton 
Place, Bro<Jdyn. New Vorit; 
MARY MAGADALENE WALTERS. 
79 Powe Sreet. Answila Derby. 
Connecticut; LENA MAE CRAW- 
FORD, 1987 N. 18th Street, Phlla- 
deli^ia, Pennsylvania, JOHN 
FENTRESS. JR.. 251 Clifton Place, 
Brooklyn. New York; ROSA FEN- 
TRES, 206 E. Olney Road, Nor- 
folk. Vlr^nU: FRIEDA QSBORN. 
3747 Tapaeott Street. Brooklyn 
New York: VIVIAN MULLEN3. 
S747 Tapscott areet, BrooUyn. 
New York; LEROY FENTRESS. 
JR., 308 W. ^d areet. Naw York, 
New York; CMIRIE L. FEN- 
TRESS, 1334 Ann Strert. Norfolk. 
Virginte: JESSIE BRITT. »5 N. 
WitchiDuck Road. Virgnia Beach, 
Virginia; RICHAm) BRIfT. 3W 
N. Witch Duck Road, Vir^iiria 
Beadi. Virginia; AUCE WIL. 
LIAMS, Address Unknown; LEROY 
fllNTRSSS, AcWress Unknown. 
WILLIE FENTRESS. Ad'^fMs Un- 
known; JOHN THOMAS FEN- 
TRESS. Addrws Unknown: E.D- 
MONO WILLIAMS. Decaaacd, 
EMILY WILLIAMS, a/k/a EMH^Y 
WILLIAMS RIDDICK. Deceased; 
EUZA WILLLUMS SECKELS, De- 
ceased; HARRIET WILLIAMS 
STEPHENS, Deceased; ALFRED 
WnXUMS. Deceased; NELSON 
WILLIAMS. Deceased; PENNY 
WILLIAMS. Deceased: ALFRED 
STEPHENS, Deceased; AMELIA 
STEPHENS, Deceased; USATAS 
S1EPHENS, Dec^ised; NELSON 
WILLIAMS, JR., Deceased; 
OSCAR WILLLVMS, Deceased; 
BONNIE SPADY. Deceafed; AN- 
NIE SPADY, a/k/a ANNA 
SPADY. Deceased: SADIE 
SPADY, Deceased, and EMMA 
STEPHbra, Decewed, or tf a^ 
(tf the ab(»re named defendants 
be not living, then their heirs or 
devisf>es. togethar v^ith anj^ find 
ail other pers(»is, known or un- 
known, «rfio may l?ave an interest, 
ri^. titte, ve claim in md to be 
pr(^)a1y soi^ to be partitioned 
in this procekUngs, are the owntfs 
or have an interat therein, 
Def^ndsnls. ^ 

6rder ef PriUleatbn 
Tlie object d this puit Is to 
partitim tiw h«^after described 
real iHt^)erty in one of the modes 
inescrlbed by law, to adjudicate 
tiie fee topte owners d la^d 
{MTopoiy. and to oiforce the 
ri|^ of the comi^inant under 
an cig^m agreonent dated March 
29, 1965: s^ propoty situate in 
the City of Virginia Beadi, Va., and 
being more particularly bounded 
and descdtied as follows, t^wit: 
All tiiat cotatai piece or parcel 
of land, tc^^ho- with the im- 
ItfoveoMirta thereon and the a{> 
purtanncea thereunto belong- 
ing, rihiate lyb^ and being 
located North <rf Vlr^n'a Beach 
Boulevard (U.S. Route 58), and 
fanmediately on the West side of 
Witch Duck Road (formerly Bay- 
side Road) in Bayslde Bor-oiigh 
of the City of Virginia Beach, 
and more particuli^ biHinded 
and described as fi^ows 
BEGINNING at a( point in the 
West boundary line of Wltdi 
Duck Road (formerly Bayslde 
Road) which point of beginning 
Is located N. WSC E. 87.0 feet 
from tiie North boundary line 
of Richard Road, and frbm s^aid 
point of begtaming running thence 
N. 1!5'30' E. along, the West 
boundary line of the aforesaid 
Witch I>'rk Road, 23555 feel 
to a point in the we?*^ boundary 
Road; tiience, runnln| N a^OS*- 



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has been used by and «i bAatf 
tf the conq^brinant to asoert^ 
(be ' nenes «Dd/or adAressoe 
without effect 

R ^ ordered that the above 
mmtionad parttes. tsA heirs .'»r 
i^her paraQM <v tiidr hears, who 
may b«ve an inters in this mat- 
ter aa deviaeea and asatgna. are 
herol^, required to an>«ar 
wtthln'ten (10) days aft«- 
(hie pubte^km hereof ami do 
what m«f be necwsary to pro- 
tect thrir respective interrat; and 
it is further orderel that a 
copy of this order lie poited in 
ttie front of the Courtiiouae of the 
Ctrcutt Court of the City of VL-^ 
ginia B<»di. Virginia, mt le» 
than ten (10) days before appli- 
catfim fa* appoiirtmert <rf a)m- 
misstoio' is made herebi, and that 
copies d this order be at the 
same time mailed to non-resident 
defendaite at the post office ad- 
drws aniMrfaig in tlw affidavit. 
It is ftirtfier <»dered that the 



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a( m iiat dsef tte Soiteni 
propirtar Una. Xfoapivine BoroM^. 

VL ApptteiMaii of L. Doui^ 
Waldorf for a Vie Pwmlt to ope^ 
ate a Park apd Reeraattenal fadl- 
lUes on a ptftal of land oonteiu- 
ing 5 acrei mora or kiB. PNnting 
100 feet on tiie South akte of Nor- 
folk and SoutiMm Railroad right 
of m!$, b^imta^ at • v^ ^ 
feet more or teas WM of lliaHa 
Credc witii ite interaedkn wUh 
nrnfoVa and Soutinn^ RaihtMK) 
ri^ of way. A coiriMaed <&tMce 
of fliTS feet along the Saaters prop- 
«^ line, a cony^ned dtatsioe d 
1200 feet along tiie Southern prop- 
erty line (TliaJia Qredc). a d^ 
of 950 feet atong tiie Western prop- 
erty line. Said property being Lot 
74 ani a portion of Lot 209 plat 
of Sheldon Farm. KempsviUe Bor- 
ough- 

VII. Application of Vanguard 
Inc. by JffliM and Conaolvo far a 
chfwge <tf 241^ ftom R^ktence 



L^ ^^ rSS^ nX-4^ Sihtffhan DiMrict 4 (B-S 4Lto 
abj^jtton of ^ -J-' ,^ i^^ Coram«dal Dtotrict 2 
piblished once a wedc for .(wr »—'—«• 
(4) consecutive v/etka In the Vir- 
ghiia Bfeadi Sun. a newspaper 



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havii^ g^cral cb'culation in die 
City d Vir^nia Beach, Virginia. 
A Ovy— Teate: 
JOHN V, FENTRESS 
By: J. Chirtis Fruit, D.C. 
Mr. Allen J. Gordon, p.q.— 
P.O. Box 1H(B . 

GrMt Bridge Stotkxi, - 
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30" E. along the w®t boundary 
line of tile aforesakl Witch Duck 
Road, 279.25 feet to a point in 
tiie Wert boundary line of the 
aforesaid ^tch Duck Road: 
theiK» torning apd running N. 
78'28'10" W. 528.68 feet to a 
point; ttience turning and runnbig 
S. 44*30'4O" W. 481.48 feet to a 
poh^; tiience tomhig and run- 
ntag S. 68'58'10" E. 782.11 feet 
to a point in the west kiundarv 
line d tile aforesaid Witch Du^k 
Road, which point is also the 
point and place of bealnnlng^ and 
containing 7 a<a^, more or Ip«$. 
An afBdavit having been made 
tiiat the addresses of tiie foBowlng 
defendants, Altee Wil'ian(»s, Lfroy 
FMitress, Willie Fentress, and 
Jdm Thonas Faitress, aro un- 
known; and tiiat the following de- 
fendants are nonresidents of tiie 
OoinnMnwealtii of Virginia, and 
Quit their last 'known post office 
add?essM were as follows: John 
Faib-ess, 251 Clifton Place. Brook- 
lyn. New York; Mary Magada- 
l«ie Walto-s. 79 Powe Street, 
Aiwaiia Derby, Connecticut: Lena 
Mae Crawford, 1927 N. 18th St.-cot. 
PIlBaddphla, Pennfsylvania; Jam 
FoatraB, Jr., 2S1 Clifton Place, 
ftfttdi^, New York: Frieda a«>- 
hiw, S7*7 Tapscott Street. Brook- 
lyn, ^w York; Vivian Mull«>s, 
SW7 Taysc<m Stre^, BiDoUyn, 
"^m Ycffk; hem Ftotress, Jr., 
308 W. 39th Street* New York, 
Htm York: or if tiK^ be i»t livii^, 
ihirtr h^ w any ^h»- peraomt 
llio may have aa iirter^ to All 
matter and tilMt due dili^nce 



Vlr^nia: 

Hm regular meeting of tiie Coun- 
cfl of tiie City of Virginia Beach 
will be held to the Circuit Court 
on Mmday, Sqrtember 13. 1965| 
at 2 o'clock P.M. at which time 
persons wifl be heard for and 
again^ tiie following pnqiosed 
changes of zoning, lue p^mits, 
ete.: T-' ** ' ' 

I. Application of Nor-Wllls to- 
vestmoit Inc. by James and C<mi- 
solvo for a diange of «»iing irom 
Multiple-Family Residaice Distriet 
(R-M) to Umited (>Hnm«rclal Dis- 
trict 1 (C-L 1) of certata property 
located 200 feet West of Witchdudc 
Road, beginning at a potot 200 
felt^West of Ferry Plantation 
Road. A distance of 320 feat more 
or less akHig tilie Easton property 
line, a Stance d Wi feet more 
or less al«« tiie Nortimm property 
line (Aragoia Village). A distmce 
of 530 feet atong tiie Western prop- 
arty line (Aragona ViUage. Betty 
WiUiffltis Cemettfy). a distance of 
600 feet rnore or less akmg tW 
Soutiieni property Dne, Baysido 
Bonmgh. s 

II. Api^atfam of Nbr-^WHs to- 
vestinent Inc. by James and C<m- 
solvo, Attorneys, for a diange of 
Mnlng from Residence SuburiMm 
District (R-S 4) to MuKiple-Family 
R^idoice Di^rict (R^M) and 
General Ccnnmerdal Distrtot 1 (C- 
G 1). 

Parcel J: to be Genwal Conwwf- 
cial District 1 (C-G 1), of certata 
propaty fronting 200 feet on the 
South side of Haygood Rpad, be- 
ginnhig at a point 200 fe^ more 
•or less West of Betty WUllams 
School. A deptii of 200 feet along 
the Eastern and West«ii property 
line, a width of 200 feet akrng tiie 
Soutiiern property line. 

Parcel 2: To be Multiple-Family 
Residence District (R-M). Certata 
property beginnfag at a potot 800 
fe^ West of Haygood Road (be- 
hind Betty Williams School) a 
distance of 942 f^t atong tiie 
Western property line (Eastern 
Toroperty Itae of Betty Williams 
gS^ol), a distance of 989.385 feet 
along the Northam property Itae, 
a combtaed distance of 1171 feet 
more or less i^ng tiie Eastern 
property ^line, a distance of 840 
feet along tiie Soutiiern property 
line. (Containing 19 acres, more or 
less). Bs^side Biuwigh. 

HI. Application of Lovie V. Dav- 
enport for a change of zontog from 
Residence Suburban District 4 (R- 
S 4) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
b-ict 2 (C-L 2) of cffl^ta property 
located at tiie Southeast fatefsec- 
tion of SedgefteW Avenue and Vir- 
ginia Beach Bwdevard, fronttag 
120 feet on tiie Soutii side of \^r. 
jtinla Beach Boulevard, a deptti of 
161.43 feet along tiie East side of 
Sedeefield Avenue. A combtaed 
width of 123.08 feet aloiM? tiw 
Southern prooerty line, a deptii of 
144.96 feet alone flie Eastern prop- 
erty line. Biyside Borough. 

IV. Aoplication of R. t Mw^- 
bank tor a Use Pwmit to operate 
an automatic car waA on etsti^ 
oroperty fronting 990 feet on the 
South side of WItehdudc Road, be- 
ginning at a point 418.78 f«t West 
of Jacai*line Avenue. A deptti of 
110 feet along the Ea^ and 
Western property Itae. a wldtii of 
90 feet along tiie Southern prop- 
erty Une. Bavside Borough. 

V. ApolicatiM of Good News 
Baptist Chun* fw a Use Permit 
to ooerate a Pajwhlal Grammar 
School and Kmdergarten on ce^ 
tata orwaertv fronting m ted on 
tiie Switii side of Indian lUver 
Rf>ad, begmning at a point one- 
half mile more or 1ms East of 
^oniff^lle Road. Having a deptii 
<rf 480 feet along tiie Eutnn nd 
We^m {NTopely lin^ and a wk^ 



Limited 

(C-L 2) m certata property fnait 
tag 202.81 fMt m tiie Nortii skie 
of Vif^a Beach Boutovard. be- 
glnntag si a point fSS6 feet mwe' 
or less East of Nortii ttaw Trail 
A deptii of 189.30 feet atong tiie 
Westo*n pn^ierty Itae, a wkJtii of 
U480 feet along ttie Norttiem 
^Ntptst^ line and a de|ith d 8flS.55 
feet aking tiie Eaatom property 
line. Lyimhavcn Borough. 

Vin. ApiJication of Roy L- De- 
Hart for a c!»n«e of aantog from 
Limited Commercial I (CL 1) to 
G«ieral Canamtfdal Watrict 1 
(C-G 1) and a Use pennit to 
operate an airtomobile garage and 
body repair shop mi certein prq>- 
erty located at die Sortheast Inter- 
section of Great Neck Road and 
Poyner Lane. Fronting 458.4 feet 
on tiie Souttiwest side of Great 
Neck Road, fronting 375.84 feet 
on tiie Soutiieast side of Poyner 
Lane. A distance of 580 feet more 
or less aking tiie Eastern property 
line. Said property being trlan^ilar 
ta shape. Lynnlaven B<Bt)Ugh. 

DC. Application of John E. Wei- 
chel for a Use Parmit for an addi- 
tion to an existing borrow ptt. 
Fronting 548 feet on the West ride 
of Seutii Biidneck Road, a deptti 
of 1246 feet along tiie Soutiieni 
Mt^wrty lii». a widtii of 536 fert 
along tiie Western property line 
and a deptii of 1308 f eet akog the 
Northern property Itae. Cflrtatatag 
15.5 acres more or less. Princess 
Anne Borou^ 



X. AppUcation 
Jr. for a change of loiBng ftom 
MulU^Family Residence District 
(R-M) to Limited Oom^iierclal Dis- 
trict 1 (C-L 1). on certata prop«^ 
ty frwiting 150 feet on ti» East 
side of Princess Anne Road, be- 
dmdng at a potat 830 feet Nortii 
of Indian River Road. A deptii of 
ISO feet akng tiie Northern and 
Soutiiern property line, a widtii of 
150 feet aking tiie Eastern proper- 
ty Itae. Princess Anne Borough. 

XI. AppUcation of Tidewater 
General Corporation by Theodore 
Kruga* for a Use Permit to con- 
gtru<* 20 apartroort units on cer- 
tata property fronting 139.4 fee* 
on tiie Soutii sWe of Pinewood 
Road, beginning at a potat 140 
feet West of Holly Road. A deptti 
of 160 led along tiie Western jwop- 
erty line, a widtii of 125.4 feet 
along tiie Southern property line 
and a deptii of 180.5 feet atong 
tiie Eastern property line. Vlrginta 
Beach Borw^. ~ 

XH. AppUcation of A. J. FtaCo- 
mlo and Langley P. Land for a 
change of sonlng from One-FamUy 
Reskience District (R-D to Multir 
pie-Family Residence District (Rr 
3) and a Use Permit to c^nstiiict 
38 apartment units at tiie North- 
east intersection of I2tii Sb^ and 
Cartwri^ Avenue fronting 275 
f«et on tiie North Side of 12tii 
Street, fronting en tiie East skle 
of Cartwright Avenue a width of 
275 feet along tiie Northern prop- 
erty Une and a deptii of 140 feet 
along ti* Eastern property Une. 
Virginia Beadi Botou^^ • 

xra. AppUcation of Lynidiaven 
Academy by AWiur F. Seabeneck 
for a Use Pwmit to operate a 
kindergarten and nursery on cer- 
tata property fronting 100 feet on 
tiie East sWe of Great Neck Rwd, 
beginning at a point lOOO feet 
Soutii of Cape Henry Drive. Hav- 
ing a deptii of 342.82 fe«* atong 
tbe Soutiiern property Une, a 
widtii of 100.82 feet along tiie East- 
m property Une, and a deptti of 
328.98 feet ahmg tiie NoHbem 
property Une. Lynnhaven Bowu^i. 
XIV. Abdication of Donovan E. 
Bonney for a change of Hwtog 
from Residence Subuib«i DIatricJ 
3 (R-S 8) to Genwal toiuteial 
District 2 (M-I 2) and a Use PW- 
RiK for an automobito servkse rta- 
tion and bulk storage plant on 
Site 10, plirt of OcMee Park. Fwd^ 
Ing 2K feet on tiie North skie d 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, hef^ 
nlng at a point 455 feet more or 
less West of Byrd Lane. Havtag 
a d^ of 553 feet more or less 
akmg ttie Easteni propjwrty Ui». 
a widtii of 238 feet along tiie South 
side of Oconee. Aevnue and a 
4eptti of «M feet more or less 
almg tiie Wotom pmpa^ pne. 



OMtib^ t.m i^m. {^Bnhavea 
Boroigb. 

XV. A^plfa^ttai flf W. T. Uide- 
niHin for a dM^ef adtog iraoi 
Agricultural IMrtot (A-R) to Rea- 
idmct Suboiban Dlatriet S (RS 3) 
United Conunerdair XWrict l (C- 
L 1), Qenarid Conun«rdtf DUUkA 
1 (C-O 1), and General Cenatner- 
cial District 2 (C-G D. 

To he R^ 8: Certata property 
fronttag imM feet on tiie South 
side of Dam Neck Rom!, bcgtaotag 
at a potat 1900 feet Ea^ of OcM- 
na Boulevani. havtag a depth d 
2QS.90 feet aton gthe Western pop- 
erty Une (pri^erty now or for- 
merly Wklgaon), a wkltii of UW.U 
feet along tiie Soutiiern property 
line (jMt^wrty now or fffl-mer^ Up- 
ton and Gilbert), a deptti of UBJ9 
feat atong tiie Eastern prop^ 
Une (property now or formerly 
Malbon and Beaaley). Containing 
22.429 acres. 

to be exchided from tiie aboMe: 

Parcel 1 ^ be C-L 1: Certata 

less m tiie Soi^ side of Iten 
Neck Road, b^mring at a pnnt 
1500 feet East of Ocmu Boule^ 
vard. Having a d^ of 208.90 
feet akng tiie Western property 
line, a comNned dlrtance of 778 
feet mwe or ksa akng tiie Soutii- 
ern pn^rty line, a wkitti d ISO 
feet akng tin Eastern pniperty 
Une. 

Pared 2 to be OL 1: Certffln 
property fronting 680 feet on tiid 
Soi^ side d Don Nedc Ro^. 
b^tamtag d a potat 2380 f«t 
East of Ocema Boulevard. Having 
a dqitii of ISO feet akrng tiie East- 
ern and Western laroperty Ur^, a 
wi^ of 668 feet more or less 
akng tiie Soutiien property Une. 

Pared 8 to be C<} 1: Certata 
property fronting 200 feet on tiie 
Soutii skte of Dam Neck Road, be- 
ginning at a pdnt 1«0 feet naare 
or less East of 6ceana Boukivaid. 
Havtag a deptii of 180 feet akng 
tiie Eastern and Weetem property 
Uries and a wldtti «f 200 fe^^toBg 
tiie Soutiiern property Une. 

Parcel 4 to be C-G 2: Certata 
property fronting 225 feet <m tiie 
Soutii side of Dam Neck Road, be- 
ginning at a prant 2150 feet more 
or less Ead of Oc^uia Bou^ard. 
Having a distance of 300 feet 
abng tile Souttwn and Western 
property Unes, and a combtaed 
distance d 190 feet atong tiie East- 
ern property Une. Princete Anne 
Borough. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, City Ckrk 

By: Margaret M. Ifood, D.C. 



• iiiALi«oincis 



VtRGINUsr ^r. 
|B tile Clerk's flffioe of the Cli^ 
colt Cooft of die Ctty of VIrgtato 
Beach on the 87tti day of Angnst, 

1985. 

STATE HKJHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA. Petitioner. 



THELMA M. WASHINGTON and 
FRED WASHINGTON, her hus- 
band: JUDITH MILLER, widow; 
EUGENE H. MILUCR, nn-nar- 
ried; GLADYS L. BROWN and 
WnXIAM LEE BROWN, her 
hudwuid, c/o JUDITH MHIER. 
4689 HoUand Road, Vlrginta 
Beach, Virginia. 

ANN M. SIVERS, JESSIE W. SI- 
VERS, GEORGE MILLER, 
ELIZABETH M. SELBY, ^DAN- 
IEL MILLER, and if Aey be 
dead, tiieir surviving spouses, 
heirs at law, dcarisees or assigns, 
except those named above, 
whose names are unknown, and 
tiieir respective Uen creditors, if 
any there be, and aU otlwr per- 
sons who are or may be tater- 
ested ta the property to be con- 
donned ta these proceedings, all 
of said parties betag herdiy 
proceed against by the gwier- 
al descriptiwi of "Parties Un- 
known." Defendants. 

Older ef PnbUeatleto 
Hie object d tiiis suit is for tiie 
petitioner to acquire bv conden- 
qation tiie fee simple tifle, liiclud- 
tag but not limited to, aU ease- 
mente of accws, light and air, ta- 
cident to tiie lands abutting upon 
said property taken for a Umited 
access highway, and upon any 
rampe. loqps or connectiMis d or 
witii ' interacting highways, and 
aU ri^its of tagress and egress to 
and from tiie said road, said par- 
cel of land to be token being de- 
scribed as follows: 

PARCEL A— Betag as shown on 
Sheet 501-K of tiie plans to be 
used for Route 44, State Highway 
Project 0044-134-101, R/W 201. and 
Ivtag on the soutiiwert (left) side 
of HoDand Road baaeUne and ad- 
jacent to tiie existing smitiiwest 
right of way Une of Holland Road 
from tiie lands of tiie landowner 
oopodte approximate ^attoft*^ 
plus 00 to tiie lands of RoAiey 
Harris mil Ivia Walfce Gre«i op- 
posite aniroxtanate Rattan 8 plus 
84 and contointog 0.084 acre, more 
or less, land; and being a part 
of the same land acquired by ttie 
landowner frtrni Richard !&«h«i- 
biU and Jemte Kraheibfll by deed 
dated 'Fdaruarv 24. 190. vtA re- 
eoided ta Deel Book 218, Pa^ 184. 
ta tilt office of tti« Oerk of tiie 
Circuit Court of tiie Qty of Vir- 
gitda Beach. 



PA^m. B-A p«T>etaal 
meiit and ri^ of way for tiie eon- 
■^wtion. operirtkn and matato- 
nan<» of telephone Une frKBHM. 
^ItuUnf any ami dl n a ceaiar y ^ 
tachmenU and appurtenuKea 
tiiereto. akng and eonlignoua to 
the proposed Souttiweat ri^ of 
wi^ Une of saki IfaUand Road 
from (^^x^e aiq^nndnurte Nation 
8 plua 34 to oppoitte approximate 
Statton 8 phis 95. 

fte fhan inrties ^ her^ 
notified ttiat tiie State Highway 
Ckimnissioner of Vb^nta «dU on 
ttie 24tii day of Septembe*, 1965, 
at 9:00 o'ckick A.M., a* as so(n 
ttmnMftar m counael mts be 
Ittaid. move tiie^Judge ol tiie Cir- 
cuit Court of the C% of Vfrgtata 
Beach, at tiie Courthouse at Prin- 
cess kem, for ttie ^ipt^atan^ of 
CoRnnl»kmen to aaoartota which 
wil] on^ta^ jnrt eompensatkn 
for the lan^ abfm described be- 
kngtag to y«i, whidi tiie ^ate 
Hl^way Commissiui priqioses to 
Gondniar for the kica^i. wn- 
stnM^tkn. operatkn suid matatfr- 
nance d l^te W^sf RoiHe 44, 
Project 0044-134-101, R/W 201, ta 
tiie City of Vlrginta Beach, Vir- 
ginia; sak) parcel b<^ M shown 
«i {dan ^eete attached to tiie pe- 
tititn tills day filed in the dbove 
stykd cause; and to award dam- 
ages, if any. reaulttag to tiie adja- 
ceit and otiier prc^ierty of Ae 
owners, beyond tiie enhancement 
ta vahie whidi mi^ aecruM to 
sakl property as a rttult of ttie 
loo^on, ccnstiuctton. qie-i^n 
and malntenipice of saki hlf^way. 
Ihe ownership, location and de> 
scripticm of tiie pn^iwrty to be 
comlenned uid tiie eaaemerta ta 
connection therewkh, the nature 
of the oMistruction and tiie toca- 
tion of said hi^iway will fuUy ap- 
pear by reference to said petition 
and otabits on flle ta the derii's 
Office of tiie said Circuit CJonn of 
tiie City d Virgima Beach. 

Affidavit having been mi^ that 
Ann M. Sivers, Je»le W. Sii^s, 
George MUler, Elizabetii M. Sel- 
by, and Daniel Miller are n(^ r«k- 
idente of the State of Virginia, 
after due cUligence <m the part of 
t^ petitioner to ascertata in what 
C^Muty or Corporation tiie said 
Ann M. Sivers. Jessie W. Sivers. 
Gewge Miller, EUzabdh M. Sd- 
l^. ssA Daniel MUler reskle, witii- 
out effect, and tiie betas at law 
or ctevisees or assigns, if any. of 
ttie saki Ami M. Siven, J^de W. 
Sivers, George Miflo-. BUzabetii 
M. SeUiy. and Danid MiUer betag 
unknQimi, and tiidr reqieGtivp fien 
creditors and all otl^ parties ta- 
terested in tiiese proceedings b^ 
unknown to the petittonw whj/nas 
beoi unable to detennlne ttidr 
names and addresses after due 
diUgence upon his part to ^ so, 
aU of said parties are proceeded 
agataflt wider tiie generd desorip- 
tion of "Parties Unknown." 

It is accordtagly ORDERED tiiat 
tiie above named perscns who are 
or may be tatererted ta the prop- 
erty to be condemned ta these 
prcKeedings appear withta ten (10) 
days after due pubUcation of this 
Order and do what is necessary to 
protect their taterwt. 

It is fta-tiier ORDERED, tiiat 
this Order be pubUshed once a 
week for two successive wedcs ta 
tiie Vtagtaia Beach Sun, a news^ 
paper published ta the City of 
Vlrgtaia Beach, and tiiat a copy 
of tills Order be posted at tiie 
front door of tiie Courthouse d 
tiie Circuit Court of tiie City of 
Virginia Beach. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, C!l«* 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Messrs. KeUam & KeUam, p.q. 
Board -of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9-2-4t 



Be«h. fi.. « rf^ Mth d^ 



(mam, or pubucation 

IIAJBGARBT HANCOCK FREE- 
MAN, taft. Plaintiff, 




COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 



In the Cork's Office of flw 
Ctocnit Court of the C^ of Vk^ 
giato Beach, m tiie SOtti day of 
Aagost, 1965. 

Oite- <^ PnhUcattaa 

JOHN W. MURPHY, 
Ptaintiff. 
again^ i 

KATHLEEN ANNE 

TIERNEY MURPHY, 
defendant. 

The object of this suit is to d)- 
tota a divorce a vtacdo matri- 
moni from the saki etefendant, 
upon the grounds of two years 
voluntary separation. And an af- 
fidavit havtag beoi made and 
filed that tiie defendant is a non- 
resident of Oie State of Viritinta, 
Uie last known post office adfhess 
betag: 2X Woodford Sreet, Port- 
land, Maine, it is ord««d tiiat she 
do appear h&K withta ten (10) 
davs after due publicatimi hereof, 
and do what may be nec^sary to 
protect hsc interest ta tiita suit 

A cony— Trate: 

JOHN J. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By Mary M. White, DC. 
Brydges & Broyles 
1^ La^in Road 
Vlrginta Beach, Virgima 

» 826 4t 



WILLUUi DANA FREEMAN, 
JR.. Inft. Defendant. 

Hie object of tills suit is to ob- 
tata a (ttvoree from bed and board 
from ti» add defendant upon the 
groinds of cnmfruetive desertton. 

And an afflda^ havii^ been 
nude and filed tiut tiie ddendant 
is a non-reddeni of tiie State of 
Virgtato, tiie lat known post office 
addreaa bdng: 4tti APO. Seymore 
johnaon Air Baae, Goldsboro. 
Nteth CanfeM, It is oi^ed tiiat 
he do asfe* km withta 10 (ten) 
days after dae pqbltaation her«if. 
and do i*«t nmy be necessary 
to protect Ma Intoriit ta tiUs snit 

A co^y-TMte: . 

JOHN V. FWnHBR 

By J. Austin Froit. DC. 

Mr. Frank E. Butter, HI, Atty.--^ 

Beach Theater BuikUi« 

Vlrginta Beac^ Vir^a 

8-18-^ 

vuginu * ' 

to ttK Oerk'a Office of tiie Cireutt 
Court of tiie Qty of Vlrgtaia Beach 
(^ tiie 1st day of September, 1965. 

ta <Tian>ery 

TAPO CORPORATION, Comptato- 
ant. 

JOSEPH BRITT. 513 Ptae Honow, 
NorfbUt. Vtagtola, VIOLA BRITT. 
513 Pine HoUow. Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia. WILLIS THOMAS POOLE, . 
JR., An Infant. 1241 VaUey Ave- 
nue, SJ:.. Washington, D. 
C, RAYMOND NATHANIEL 
POOLE, An Infmt, 1241 Vdley 
Avenue, S.E., Washtagton, DC, 
and RUDOLPH POOLE LEWIS, 
1402 E. Ooley Road, Norfolk, 
Vlrginta, DefendanU. 

Order ef PabUcattoa 

"hie diject of tills suit is to par- 
tition the heretaafto* described 
red pn^wrty ta one d tiie modes 
prescribed by taw, to adjudicate 
the fee am{^ owners of sdd 
property; sdd {Ht^pety betag sit- 
uate ta the City d Vh^taia Beach, 
Vlrginta. and betag nwre particu- 
larly tamnded and d^cribed ai 
follows, to-wit: w 

All tiiat certata {^isce «r pared 
of land, togdiier wltii tiie buUdtagt^^ 
and knprtlveraa^ ttierecn. situate 
ta Ba^^ Boroi^ City d Vlr- 
^nta Beach, Vir^nta (formerly 
Princess Anne County), more par- 
ttaularly bounded and described as 
foDows: 

Begtanb^ at a potat on tiie west 
skle d Baydde Riaad as shown on 
ptat made by S. W. Amilstead, 
C.E.. dated August 3, 1939, and 
duly recorded, 164.3 feet from a 
potat, an old pipe w tiie western 
Une d sdd road, and from such 
pdnt running nortiierly 164.3 feet 
to Newamu' farm Lane; tiience 
runntag ta an eaderly directi(m 
S. 54°22' E. 1,197.1 feet to an old 
dpe; thence ta a soutiierly direc- 
tion 156.6 fe^ to a potat ta the 
eastern Une of the property which 
is the subject of an agreement 
nmittaned ta deed recorded ta 
Deed Bode 198, Page 582; tiience 
ta a westerly direction S. 54°38' E. 
1,221.5 feet to tiie potat d begln- 
ntag on Bayslde Road, contatatag 
4.35 acres. 

An Affidavit havtag been made 
tint the fdtowtag defendants are 
nonfeskknto of the Commonwealth 
of \1i|dnta, and that tiieir last 
known Post Office addresses were 
as foUows: WUlis Hiomas Poole, 
Jr.. «i Infant, 1241 VaUey Avenie. 
S.E., Wadiimzton, D. C, Raymond 
Nathadel Poole, sn Infant, 1241 
VaUey Avenue, S.E.; Washtarton, 
D.C, or if th^ be not Uvlntj, tiieu" 
heirs at any dher oersons. who 
may have an taterest ta this mat- 
ter; and it is ordered that the 
above menttoned parties, and hdrs 
or others oersons or their h*»!rs or 
assigns, who may have an interest 
ta this matter as devisees and as- 
siffis, are herdiy reouired to an- , 
near withta ten (10) days aftir 
due wbUcation hereof and do 
what may be necessarv to protect 
^he'r resoective interest: and it is 
further (miered that a coov of 
this order be nested in *he f^^^t of 
t^e Gwrthouse of "tHe Cimiit 
Coyrt of the Citv d Vireinia 
Beadi. Vhrjrinii. not 1e« l^m tan 
(10) davs before anolteation for 
aonntatment d cor"mi8sio"«^r l« 
»*"»de h*»reta. and tliat cov>^e^ of 
this ord^ be at the s«t*i»» time 
mailed to non-resident deffiridants 
at the no«t dR*'*. »«Mrw«'»« an. 
oearine ta the affidavit. It is fiirth. 
pr ordered that the »hon^ ix>r 



COMMONWEALTH OT" VIRGINU 

In tiie det's (^ice d the C3r- 
cuit Court of the O^d Vlrgtaia 



irtigi 
of thio orde* be wihlished on^ 
a ^week for fmir (4) micf^'ive 
weeks in Bie Vir«H"!a B«»noh 5?iin 

n noTO5?n«npr n»ih1isl"H in th^ Cijy 

of Virginia Beach. Vir«tai^. 

Teste: JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

ClertL 
Bv: J. Curtli Fruit. D.C. 
ADen J. Gordon, p.q. 

M4t 



^ 




• Li^u.r«ims 



te ]A«bqr «f 



In thf aak*! mm tUm Ot- 

ber, 1918. 

CHRIiTA MVHAIOE HAR- 
VEY, I4t.' Ffi^Uff, 

JAMES UAWY HARVEY. De- 
fendant * 

The objtd el flrii mU is to ob- 
tain a &y&em a ipensa et dicHt) to 
be later «fMr^ hito a divcrce a 
vimnilo matrfanooil from t^ $^ 
d^mdant, lyoi the ^imndb <tf 
desM^ion and ^widonnatt. 

made ud Olid thrt the defeoditat 
is a non-resfcfcrt rf tfie ^te ol Vir- 
ginia, t}» last known peal dflce 
address bslm: Route 21, Pn\A, 
New York, It ii vdered that he 
do appMT kare within im (10) 
days aft^ <hi|e |)id)lication hsnel, 
and do ^M nag be nec^ssay to 
protect III kitoreat in this suit. 

A coRf— t^te: 

JOHN V. HEafTRESS. Oerk 

By: M ary M. ff hite, 
Lowell K. daito. p.q. 
5^ Virginia l^lrii Blvd. 
Virginia Bea^ W^rda 

X wumtoA 

In the Clerk's OfBtx of ttie^'CiraA 
Court of the Oty (rf Virginia Beach 
on the ^ day of Iq^tember, ms. 
. : (Mar •( MUleaiioB 

JAMES R. McKENRY, Adminis- 
trator of tile estate of SOLOMON 
SMITH, decened, Petitions-, 

V. - '~ - ^i 

JERSEY mrm. ts ^mmmtj 

Place. Atlantic dty, New Jersey, 
WILLIAM ailTH, 36 5th Street. 
Salem. New Jersey, MAURICE 
SMITH, Box «, Richland. New 
Jersey, WILUS SMITH. Box 65. 
Milmay, }im J«-8ey. CHARLIE 
SMITH, SOS North Bancroft 
Street. Philadelphia 32, Pa., 
MAUDE WmUAMS, 357 Bird- 
neclc Circle, Virgtoia Beach, Vir- 
gima, LAURA GASKINS. 12^ 
Pingree Avonie, Detroit 2. Mich- 
igan, RUSSELL WILLIAMS. 10B7 
Kenya Lam, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. ELIZABETH EVER- 
ETT. 243 I^leway. Lynnhaveii 
Station, Vii^iria BeiK^, Virgin- 
ia.. LENOY BOGUES, 90 Down- 
ing Street, Apt. tS, Brooklyn 18, 
New York, PERCELL WIL- 
LIAMS, Bcxkdure Apartments, 
m West FVankUn Street. Rich- 
mond, Virginia, MARSHALL 
SMITH, 99B 'Amstall Avoiue. 
NifoOc, Virginia, MARY JOHN- 
SON, ian> Vbrgmia Beach Boo- 
l^ankJ^ii^Biaa^icb, Virgima, 
BS^E AiJLEN, 820 18th Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia^ ELLA 
CUFPEY, HidoHy Statkffl, Ches- 
apeake, Virginia. MRS. WILLIE 
MAE BAXTER, 1420 First Co- 
lonial Road. Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, CLO{roN WHITE, 2312 
Maltby AvCTue, ffcrfolk, Virgin- 
ia. LAURA JANE WHITE. 1600 
E St. Southeast. ^K^tshington 3. 
D. C, mmv WHITE. 761 C 
Avan^, Norfolk, Virginia, MRS. 
MARY WATTS. 1514 St. Julian 
Avenue, NorfoBc. Virginia, Re- 
spondoits. 

The object of this suit is to con- 
strue the e^te d Solomon Smith, 
b determine (1) who wUl receive 
the funds r^ved by the estate 
and (2) to whom the admlJ^istra- 
tion costs, estate inheritance taxes, 
and the estate income taxes, shall 



im ,kM Mil til- 

wm mm, wum num. 

Km, LSmv BOGU^ and LAU- 
RA JANE WHm: art Wt resi- 
duts of the State d VirginU. it is 
4Mr^«d ^t to itforeni'l tm^ 
n^deiti qipear la the aaid aott 
wttto t« ^s altar ^ puUica- 
Uon in the Virginia Qeach Sun. a 
naw^Mfo- hav^ g^e-.'^l circula- 
ite hi Ac City (rf Vir^ia Beach. 
Virginia, and do v^t amy be 
m^u&y tofst^ct thdr i^r«te 
in the said wit 

A co{^— Teste: . 

JOHN V. ra^TTRESS, dw-k 
By: Mary M. White, DC. 
ft^^ li ft-cyl^, p.q. 
1361 Uskin Ro«! 
Vii^faMa Beac^ Vlr^nia 

»-9-4t 



• UI9AL NOTICE 



# iiqalnoth:^ 



bem uaed If aid «■ 
•» 
er 

defamhot te wtthofit ^ect the la^ 
knewn p^ office aOkma Mm: 
an London 1^^ Biad. V&- 
gitaia Beadi. ^#da. R te ordored 
AM he do appear h«re within U 
(10) daj« after <kie piddieattoq 
hoei^. ttid do what! may be neces- 
sary to ffded he bitereat in thia 
suit 

A cspf — ^T^nte: 

JOHN V. FENTffl:SS, Gterk 

J. Qfftis Fruit D.C. 
Mosn, Stut 1A)« it Stih» 
Marittoe Tower 
Norfolk. Virgtaiia 

MMt 



TSUSTEE'S SALE 
W ^AL ESTATE 

In executiiNi ci a De^ of Truit 
from ^meA L. Etho-idge and 
EUa Mae Ethendge, husband and 
to John P. Kay, Jr., and 
Collins Doy^. m. Trustees, 
dated ^uly 27. U61, aid re> 
cord«l in tiw Clerk's Office of 
County, Vii^nia (now the City of 
Virginia Beach), in Deed Book 
700, page 441, tlie umkrsiffned 
.Substitute TniMee will offo- for 
sale at (Hiblic auction m Monday, 
the 13th day of Septembo*. 1965. 
at 12:06 o'ckx^ noon of said day 
at the fnMit door of the Court 
House in the City of Virgkiia 
Bead) (formerly Princess Anne 
Cninty Cmirt Hmise). the property 
d^cribed m said Deed of Trust, 
as f<dlows: 

BEGINNING at a point m the 
northern edge (rf the [xx^}«ty of 
William EUleridge and the west- 
em edge of Stete Road 165 and 
following the said property liiu 
in a we^o'ly direction a distance 
of 75 feet; thence in a south- 
erly direction ami parallel witii 
said State Road a distance of 
95 feet; Uimce to an easterly 
direction aiKi parallel with the 
first bouiuiary a distance of 75 
feet to said State Road, and thence 
in a north^ly direction along said 
road a distance <rf 95 feet to the 
potot of begtoning; it being a part 
(rf the same tract (tf land ss am- 
veyed to William Etiieridge by the 
Norfolk Federal Savtogs & Loan 
As»xriation under date d AprU 
22. 1943, and duly recorded in tiie 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
el Princes Anne Ccmnty. Virginia, 
in Deed Book 217. page 2S1 

lERMS: Ca^. 

WD^B DEPOaPP Of tS»M 
required. / 

WILLIS M. ANDERSC^ -_ _ 

Substitote Tnii^ee 

. ^19^ 

COMMONWEALIH OF VIRGINU 
ta the Cloks <mce of (be 
Circuit Court el the City of Viiv 
glnfai BeM^ii. Va.. aa tlM 2Srd day 
of Aogart, 1165. 

Order ef PnbUcatioB 
LOUISE W. HOLLOMAN, 
Plaintiff, 
against 
JOHNNIE B. HOUOMAN, JR. 

Defoidaot 
The obj^ 0^ tfus suit Is to 
obtato a divorce a vinculo matri- 
moni frtHn the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been made 
and fUed that the defoidant is a 



TRI»l^«IAIJi 
(fP REAL SnATK 

PURSUANT to tlie tarqi ef a 
certato deed <d trurt to Genrge 
J. Parker^dated the 25tfi day 
January, 1962. aad reoerdad m 
the Clerk's Office of the Chtniit 



m 

Ml « M««l at Ml iMk i b 
(Xaxtayn> that ha ^tmt balw* 

Ui OMrt vttMi iM imim 9t^ 

ar te pJy^ tM— rf Ml Onfo 

tad pi^ct Ms fatm^Hta hmte. 

His tait kmm addrem biing: ITS 

Edpwood Drive, Elizabeth Oty. 

N.C. 
A copy — testa; 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Oerk 
By J. Auatto Fruit 4>C 

J. Hifflie Taytar. Jr. 

Ckxaiad for Cwqili^uflt 

MM BMiter fttBttHt 

Narfil^ VhfiMa "^ 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September ^, 1965 



N^M 



a 
fact.uOUr 



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ausiFiED us 



get results! 



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(XMOfONWEALn OF VHICINIA 

to a» Cle^'f (Mcs <rf the Cli^ 
cult CmiH of the Oty af Vlr|^ 
Beadt, e« the Ml (taiy of Ai^nat 
JMI. 

Oa^ fliPvUleflllia I 

f3)WARD J. CLARiC Plaintiff. 

Maiaat 

VQttUE A. CUM, Defandant. 
f%e (4)iect d this suit is to ob- 
ta^ a (ttvarce a i^iculo matFingool 



• L^AL NCIKt 

BurlingUn. Nortti Carolina, it Si 
Iflrfmd teAalia de ap|iaar b«a 
nM^ Mttn) dagn after due pi^ 
UnMen hareof. and do what tm 
be n^^ffiry to ixtKect ho" lit- 
est totfaisiuit 
A copy— Teste: 
JWIN V. raiNTRESS. Clerk 
J. Cwtto Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
Hears. Bry^gea k Broyks, Attyi. 
iWL^rinRaaa 
Virgtoia Beach. Vfrginia 

9-24t 



EMPLOYMENT 



llENTAL REAL ESTATE 

41 Hflp Wanted— Mala | 111 Apartmenfs Furwiah«d 



Qmrt of the Ctty (rf Virginia , 

Beart. Vhstata. toDwd^ookiH, fiam the aald d a l andnn t ^w Jie 



page IK, default ha^u| Iweii 
sMKle to toe gaymnt d. wa debt 
therd^ secured, aad at the re- 
(pi^ of the cretfitcir aaepai M» 
undersigned Truste; wiQ n^ It 
public miction for caslL At ^ 
front door of City Hd| «f iw 
City of Vkr^nia Beach, i^r^. 
locate! in tiie Borouglk- ai i^fla4 
cess Anne, <» Friday, 
10. 1965, at 9:30 a.m., ito foUiv* 
ing property, to wit: 

All of those certato )iM, pu^M 
<M- parcels of Uu^ 1«^i$m «Ht 
all improvonei^ and ^fUMt- 
nances thereunto beku^g. situ- 
ate aiKi being to toe City of Vir- 
ginia Beach. Virguua, known, 
numbered and desisted as Lots 
Number Tw«ity-one (21). Twenty- 
three (23) and Twenty-five (25)' in 
Block Numbe- Fifty-^^t («). ea 
the plat entitled "Map <^ Shadov 
Lawn Heists" made by Johi M. 
Baldwin. C. E., and duly record- 
ed m Clerk's Office of the Circ«* 
Cwirt of Princess Anne Coia^y, 
Stete of Virginia, of the tmnty- 
ninth (29to) day |f May 1921; 
r^erence to saki tm^ k^4 here- 
by made for a more pra^cal 
description di said land. 

This prc^Miy is aold nibject to 

a firS deed of trust Id Edwto C. 

Kellam. Ftoyd E. Kellmn, Jr.. 

•Prustees, dated Novend>er 2. 1961, 

and rec(Miled to tJie ^t^oreaaid 

Clerk's Office to Deed Book 706. 

Page 106, the balance diK to be ar^ 

nounced at time d sale. 

TERMS OF SAI£: Cash 

DffiH»rr REQUIRED. 11,000.00 

GEORGE J. PAWCER, Trustee 

.8-26-3t 



\\ Tiiiwe'^lfi** . 



pma4n of mra ttuui two ye«ra 
ccmtinuQia as& uniirtemqited ^p- 
aration. 

And an ipdaNril iwvii« bee* 
made and iMd that the defendaul 
is a noomtfent of tha Stete of 
ViMinia,.|l« last knoaai post al- 
ficf adMla being: 5« W. M|tt 
Street, M ¥ork, htov Vnrk. It to 
or^irad that she do if^r kart 
wUbiatf (t^ days after due polh 
licatttfljepaat and do ufcirt may 
be ^e^aasarjr to prote(4 her iqltf- 
ealli,^ds aok- v/' ^ _: 

A «»py-'Biate4 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. Curtia Frutt, D,C. 
Mr. Macie V. Marlowa, Atty. 
801 Plaza One . 
Norfolk, Vir^rde^-— ^^, — 



A * P Driveawaji Bc.-We w» 
' d^ftf yo(9 car to or frcm «iy 

dty. Carefulty sdected drivers 

Gil|62|4l(M. 

Ifci 



Pil3^ of business! Excellent 
q)p»tun^. High commission. Bo- 
nus {dan and other inr^tives. Li- 
cenaed or unlicensed— ^dll train.) 
Part tioie — fuD ttane. Lynnhaven Pacific Avemie, 
Q^asf and Virginto Beach Area. 
ti^ Jpdc Cron, Conpass Real 
IMa^l Ca., 2906 Sh(»-e Drive, m- 

9-^tfn 



42 Haki Wanted 



Male 



or Female 



FURNISHED studio apartnwn»s. 
Ceramic tile baths. Attractive 
kitciiens. Uaiitiw tumishwl. AvaJ- 
able September 15* to May iSth. 
Apply, Blue MarUn Lodge, Mil 



Ji'URNISHED apartment. Livtag 
ro«n. bedroom, kitdiffl and bath. 
Heat and wato- furmshed. 6M3 At- 
lantic Avenue, Call 428-2886. 9-9-tfn 



RENTAL m>k BTATt 
lis HousM— PtfflWi^ 

- ■ III I i i iBi . i i ^Mtwi y i m I I II 

OCEANA-Atteattoa lenrice Men! 
SnuiU cottage eoillpleiely fui^ 
nished. Near bale and beaoi. Beat 
rates*. CaU 34MMI. MS-to 



or Salesladies --^JSQ. 



■^MHV 



AUrTOMOTIVE 



24 Apit«inaWtaaFtrr$ale 

i ll vr twM ■■ ■ n ■ 



1911 aiRYa£R for lato. Cai 4|4^ 

im w-it 



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l ini i m ]i, i ,liii ' iw i liiii II If MJl 



VACUUM CLEANERS — Hoovw, 
^alei and tervice. Prompt ^- 
fidwt repaira. Wck up and de- 
livery. Phone 428-4222. Fuel 
Feed k Building Si^liei. toe. 
/ tfn! 



ESCniSUENCE NECESSARY. I 
can use 2 sinc&e trainees mter- 
eaKjei to a sound ades career. 
<Not dow to door.) My new mesi 
tarn II.40O to $10,000 the first 
year. G^flbrtunity for rapid ad- 
vwcoijpil to management posi- 
ttom. ykd have car, but travel 
li 0{||kilBl. For inter vtew .^ 
Mr. FUirey, 428-3396. «^ 

4-22-tfn 



VirginU: to the Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court <rf the City of 
Virginia Beadi on ti)e 17th day of 
August, 1966. 

IN CHANCE»T 
MARIETTA GENBAN FICARRA 
BLANCHARD, Complainant, 
Vs. 
CHARLES TUCKER BLANCH- 
ARD, Re^ndoit 

Order of PobUeattoa 
The object (^ Uus suit is to ob- 
tato a divorce from the bonds of 
mabimony from the Resp(»Kknt 
on the ground th^ the Comptoin- 
ant and Tl^pondent have lived 
separate and apart without inter- 
ruption for more than two y^rs. 
An affidavit having been made 



T" 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRCniaA 

to the Cleik's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Vir^ 
Beach, op, file 25th day of Au|Hit, 
IMS. 

Order af FribUcaOoB < 

IfVELYN LOB <0»HARA, PWb- 
ttffr against 

RICHARD MALOOUI O'H^A. 
Defendttit 

The objeet of tide suH ia to ob- 
tato a divocea « <teci^ nu^rtaooni 
firom the aaid^ dafeeteit upon fte 
grounds of snre than taw yean 
cmittououi Mid uototerruyted a^ 
aration. 

And m ilUdavit, having been 
ma$ie and ttad that te ttefendant 
is a nonraildant ol the State of 
y'vri^s^^iSk la«t%nown. port trffice 
addfote b<l^ tudmown, it is (Mr- 
do^ that he do appear here »#i- 
to 10 (ten) days after due pi43Uaa- 
ti(m hereof, and do vt^iat may be 
nec^sary to prMecH his intwest 
to this suH. •";' -'"■.■ Vi. 

A cq)y--^eaftt ♦ ■ . ' * 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. Curtia Rwit, D.C. 
Mr. Maeie. V. Uarlowe, At^. 
801 Plaza One t * 

Nwfolk, Virginto 

- 9-2-4t 



%\ fcilWint^^^ 



NEW Km Bl^Am WORK 

Plumbing - Heating 
Sectrical — A^ OonMoBtag 
PRINCESS ANNE FLUHBING 
AND BJSCraiCAk^ 
SUPnJiffiS. INC ' 

piMM mmnb 



NOTICE! 

Contractors k Hone BuUderi 
Let us hi^ yoa with tfai^ new 
Iwme *■ aoittttoa — or rqiairs. 
We caa teidifa matariala tram 
iM^meM to attic and aM you to 
flminctog. ^ 

Srilam k Eatee, Inc. 

^ 4aWW7 



MANPOWER. INC. 

inoENTLY mxsm 

Stmogn^iera 

We have imm^tote assipmeots. 
many adjacent to Vir ginto Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired—work on these ten(»porary 
jobs when convenient to you, 
Phone now for toterview and job 
assigranent, 627-3661. 

MMiqNiwer, Inc. 
TH.BouiA Sti^ 

^^ ^ - f -^ M7-tfa 



FOR RENT— Fumi^ed apartment 
witii living room, bedroom. Utch- 
^lette, torge ckset and bath. C&Or 
bral locatim. Nicely furnished and 
coir^rtableT ^ per nwttth. tall 
42B-7827 or 4284960. 9«« 



2 bedrooms. Large living room 
with fireplace Bas^xwrd he&t. 
TUe Bath. 

Efficiency. 3asd)oard beat. Larj^ 
living area with fircfAace. Call 
488^106. 8-26-tfn 



BOATS 



real estate K)R sale 

U4 rtwt— Per iaie 

HOUSE FOB SALE - by owner, 
llvee bairosn rmA. AiUy ie- 
sutoted 00 itedy laRriatavad tot 
Located to raw* flt AragBea VB- 
toge, clMe to adnda and 
churches. For full iabqaatkn 
call 497-079. 



125 Lots ^er Salt 



LOT for sate, craned Conunatdd 
12.000 sq. ft. Growuig ar«i of 
Beach. Call John Afldnson, 
FrariK Atktaasa-Real 



%%mr-D 



FURNISHED Garage Apartment, 
living room,, 2 bedrooms, kitchen 
and bath. Water furnished. 175 a 
oKUith yearly. Availab^ Septem- 
ber 1st. Can 428^425. ^. i.l»-Ai 



CUSSJFKD DISPUY 



2 BEDRO<»!S. KNOTTY PWE 
LIVING ROOM. MODERN KITCH- 
EN AND ^TH. MONTHLY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL. 6 BLOCKS 
FROM OCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT, STORY AND OCEANA 
HAJ5. CALL 587-1778. IF NO AN- 
SWER CALL BACK IN MORN- 
ING. W-tfti 



80A Boats For S»le 



A 



Ha 



He spedaliae to kitdioi catxnets, 

borne improvemoite and any 

type d siva vf(a% CaU Ponda- 

rdaa Mia Wbik at sdQS South 

' Lynnhaven Road, 340-5^ ot 340- 

evenin^. 

. ',*^.- ' Wl-tfii 



JO Arficba For S aif , 

F'URNITURE for sale-Bed, Vic- 
tnian chidia, Wedgewood china— 
Belmar pattern. Odds ami «ids. 
Call Doris Maktoson, ^8-5703. 
\ 9-2-tfE 



EMPLOYMENT 



^OMilB WtnfMl->-FMnal« 




BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL 
► DIRECTORY 4 




ALTBIATK>»«54( 



ADDmOrte. ALTERATIONS - 
RepiJKang floor yiiste and sills, 
porches and steps. Leave your 
building pnjaema to us. S<*er, 
20 years experiaice. "niank you. 
B F. BeU, Jr. MA 2^398. 8-19-tfil 



WALSH AND SONS 
fiuildinf and ftemodoling 

We will Iwild your dream Jwofie 
mdffi your presa^ one a 



or 



dream to live in. Bank finaic- 
injl. Dtol 587-9410 anytime. 

il-194to 



w- 



GENERAL eC»iTRACTING-All 
types d hme tr^wjvements 
and remodeUag. Heattog repairs 
and installatWL lat ctow i^k. 
All work fuwantoed. Bank fi- 
nancing. (M Mr. ^«w»- <•'■ 

1551 or mam ^v^ 



AUTOMOBILES 



Are ymi looking for a 2nd <»r? 
If you ar^ toterest^ m aoma d 
the best deals in • town, 1982 
nwdels and up; taquire at 27ft 
and diundi Sts. or phoK 622 
8962. »-i»tfP 

AWNINGS 



ALCOA Alummum admg. Free 
estates. CaU 420-1284 8-18-tfn 



COSMETI CS & PERFUMES 

MoHo Norman Cosmetics 

M«-le N(»tnan Coanetics now 
has a studio at 22nd k Atlantic 
Ave. Phone 428-3153. 8-19-ta 



PAINTING 



RITE-WAY— Residential; hw to 
[ffice. Hi^ quality work. Dial 
Mr. Sinks. 8-19-tfn 



PLASTERING 

PATCHWORK 

SpeciaM! Rooms, ceilings, to- 
dividual will do, at kwesi cmI 
Free estimate. Any size jcrf). BfA 
7^flg7. 8-19-tfa 



CONCRETE WORK 



OoiKrete ptoging and fiirisfaing; 
cv^iom work; Ubite ' Concrete 
Servtoe: dial 3404Q38. 



CHARLES L. BLACK— CGOcreta 
weak, driveways, waikfl, pMioa, 
pwches; free estimate; 543- 
061i anytime. 8-l>^ 



PIANO TUNING 



CREEXars Piano Itaimg Service. 
Franpt E&daA. Reasonable. 
UL 3-4966; J. W. or Gary Creech. 

8-19Ufo 



TILE 



V««iETIAN BUNDS 
BUNDS 

ALTBRAHONS - Rapafars ami 

w^om- <^ <^ m-nm. c. 

A. UadlW Co.. m W. litti ^ 



ms 




BRICK 
FILL 

Ideal For Roadways 
Specalilfng In 

• Used Lumber and 
iuiUing Materials 

HALIr WRECKING 
CO., INC 

MAi^on 



COMMONWEALTH OF f^GlNIA 

to the Clerk's Office <^ th^Cb:- 
cuit Court of the City of Vietf^ 
Beach, on Uie Kth day of Au^i^ 
1965. ' 

Order of PnbUaaliai 

BEULAH D. HUTC»K5pN, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

CHARLES THOMAS HUTCHIN- 
SON. JR., Def aidant. 

The object of this su^ is to ol^ 
toto a divorce a vinculo matrimcmi 
from the said defendant upon the 
grounds of separation of mor^ 
than two years to accof^oce with 
Section 2041 (8) of the 0ode d 
Vurgtoto. 

And an affktovit bawiag been 
made and filed that the defandant 
is a iMn-residoit of the ^irte d 
Virginia, the last known post olffice 
ad*»8 being: 100 "I" Street. 
N.W,. Waahjngon. p. C, it is or- 
dered that l» (^ appear here wfth- 
to 10 (ten) days after due {mblica- 
tion hereof, ,imd do what may be 
necessary to protect bis int^e^ 
to Ma flilt. 

A oo|y— Teate:» 

,mHN V. FENTRESS, Cterk 

By: J. Cuitia Fruit, D.C. 
Measra. (EeUani k Kellam, Attya. 
BMrd of Trade KilUtog 
Norfdk, Virginto 

Ceramic viiqrl a^halt instalto- COMMKJNWEALIH OP VIRGINIA 
twns aad rq>aini. .Whiteside fi^^m^ aerijj'a CMBce d fte Cir- 
Tile. Dial UL 34661. 8-194fn f] cuiM^t of the City of Virginto 

Beadi, on the 27th day of August, 
1965. 

OHksr af FMbHeatisp 
RICHARD H. TAYLOR, Ptato- 
tffl. 
against 
ROSE VIRGINIA TAYLOR, De- 
fendant 
Hie tbfect trf thia suit is to ol^ 
tato a divOTce a.maisa et fliwo 
to be lat^ merged toto an a yin- 
cuto m^immu fnmi the saM de^ 
fenlant upon tbe ^rounb of deaa- 
tion. 
And an affidavit havii^ been 



WAHHESS WANTED - Dining 
rooB) experience. Morning or eve- 
^ng shift. Apply to person. HoUday 
Rairtwinint. Mth and Atlai^ Ave. 

9-2-21 

BABY SITTERS, white. Own car 
AppUeatiOds now bemg accepted 
i^l|fy 913 Virginia Beach Blvd., Lo 
O, \%gtoia Beach, Va. 9-9-1 



HouaAoat to excellrat condition. 
Sleeg* S. Complete Galley. Toilet 
facilitoi 1500. Includtog an 18 
h.p. JdBMOD Motor. Book value 
>M0. <9Miy^ ^ 8^t^ 



FURNISHED apartmait mw f«r 
rent. Year raaad rate. Heat and 
water furnished. Also wtoter rate 

Ifor wwkers and teachers. Call 
H. G. Moore, Jarvis k Kitchoi, 
428-77K. 8-12 tfil 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Kii^anro 

i;. 11. 1 1 .1 



^ !, 



INSTRUCTK>IS 



MERCHANDISE 



HARDIN SOKKJL 
F 4^ MUSIC 

Brittow H«rdiai Pirvcter 

311 - 3Stk itaTMt 

VirciMa Bm^ 



OPPORTUNITY - WOMEN 
Well-groomed women wanted. Gl£ 
moreus iMstoess— seektog qualifif 
ai^licanto, ages 20-55. to do (he 
followiqg, full or part time. 

APPOINTMENT SALES 

MANAGEMENT 

REGRUITING 

TRAINING 
GOI^JLTIMG 

$865 wlH stort you In your own cos 
toetics buiuness. For appototmeu 
call Mr. J(^ers at 340434B. 

ft ft J" 



A TERRIFIC opportunity await 
you if you have leme aides e&pe 
rience. Part or full time; No to 
ve^moit needed. CaU Mr. Ray a 
340-2349. 9^ 



PUQfrV of bt^ess! ExceQent 
opportunity. Hi^ commission. Bo 
nus plan and other incentives. U 
ceased or unlicensed -wiil tra*n 
Part time — full time. Lynniiaver 
Cotony aid Virgtoia Beach Area 
See Jack Cross, Compass Rea' 
Estote Co., 2906 Shore Drive. 481 
3583. 9-2-tf.- 



Austto's ONfft Motel Apartoi!»ito. 
206 - 19th Street Efficiew^ 
apartmeita. All utilitiea fur- 
nL^ed. Also, 4-room apartn^nt 
and furnished rooms. Btock 
from Bus Steti<m, By weds w 

,.„_^:.^___U=. . tfn 



REAL BTATE 



New aod otigdc^, onA,jaid^two 
bedrtHoi apartmrato. Lew yew- 
ly reirtals. also weekly and 
monthly rentals. Call 42M7131 

S-U-tfo, 



Xaiiii. • ^i^itte-Motel. Call Mrs 
Bart^ 428^111, Exteotton 82. 

•4H-tfti 



41 Hf Ip Wanfd-Mala 



MAINTENAfKlE MAN - Year 
round. Clt^ at bead). Satory $260, 
{Am tio^pttalization mi r^ironent. 
List last ttree work references. 
Write b(Mc Ifo. 1^ c/o Virginto 
Beach Sim. '> 9»lt 

. — Ne«W — 3 row tawftodi^tdy tor 

made and IM thrt tba damimtL ^ nuagar tndBea pM^ma. MHat 



SINGER SEWING MACHINE: Ir 
like new cabinet equipped to ZI& 
ZAG, buttonholes, fancy stitches, 
etc. Local party may ftoish pay 
n»nto d 11.14 monthly or pay com- 
plete balance of $47.81. Can be tried 
out locally. If irrterested write: Na 
tional's Adjuster, Mrs. Dalton, Box 
814, Lynchburg, Va. 9-9-4 

ROUND Oak Table, 3 leaves. $85. 
Hirtz Bazaar. 428-7088. 8^4to 

KROHLER sectional couch, 3 
pieces with matchtog wing-back 
chah*. f75. Also Westto^ouse 
electric stove. $100. Call 497-7734 
8-28-tf'- 

*3 Household Goods 

''or the ftaest furniture upholster 
tog and refinishing call 4^ 
6377. Hilltop Upholstering Co 
1000 Virgtoia Beach Boulevard 
Free estimates— pick-up and dt 
Uv«ry. New aod used lumitor 
for atie. 

7-224/ 

REhTTAL REAL ESTATE 

100 ROOMS FOR RENT 

^lOOM for rent with kitchen priv 
eges for ^ngle woiktog 0rl 42F 
S76. 9-2-3 

110 Apartments Unfurn. 

iPARTMENTS — Fumi^ed o 
um^nmijbed. Yearly or seasonal 
Cooper Realty, 206 25th Street 
428-1331. Nighto 428-6833. 

3-2-tfi 

leveralfumi^ied and untornishei 
ipartmento to the Lynnhavei 
::!olwjy area. Shore Drive. Ca' 
Compass Real Estote Company 
l aWttS. " ! »8-26-tfi 

• 11 AfMrtmanta Furnished 

)ne and two i)edroom fumisbec 
apartniMnii. Year roimd. CaL 
4384714 or 428«i66. 

1 OR 2 BEDROOM apartments. 
$65 and $55 per month. Year round. 
Water furnished. Call 428-5234 a.m. 
& p.m. 9-2 ito 

120 76to STREET. 3 bedrooms, 2 
baths, livtog room, dintog area 
firefdace, large kitchen, screened 
,porch. fenced yard. 428-2712, ^ 
1853. 9^-tm 



Living rocm, bedroom, Idtehdi, 

bato. Convenient to sh(^ping. 

churdras, lauulromat. Very 
) reasonable yearly rental. Pacffjc 

Avenue. I^ne owner 428^18 

or 428-2143. 

y „ 7-29.tfh 



1 13A Houses, Furished or 
Unfymished 



Several furnished and Unfurnished 
tKHises to the Lynnhaveii Cokoty 
area. Shore Drive. Call Cwnpass 
Real Estate Onnpany, 464-3»3. 
> MS-tfn 

I14B Apartments and 
Houses For Rent 



Vanted — houses or apartm^ns 
to rent or seU. Summ« rentals 
needed. Cooper R^lty. 306 2^ 
Street 428-1330. Nighto 4284833. 

S-2-tto 



H House»--Fu^nishad 

.tirnished cottoge for r^t Sleep- 
^ romns at 314 22nd Street. C^ 
JS-2987. 9^ 

•l-bedrocun furnished home. Hard- 
trood floors and small screened- 
m side porch. Call 428-^%. 

8-a6-tfn 



Saks - Ratals 
> Coatan Buildii^ 
Sbort-term mi yeody 

ANCHOR RlALTf 

428-7m ffiyttme for service. 



as 



i 




Ailc Yi6«ir ^f« Aysldlin 
Aboirf 

TRAYLOR'S 

GUILD OfTMplAN 
Serving VMn^ Beach, 

1369 LmMm R4i Viu BmcIi 
Barnard H. McMeaauv, Mcr. 



=^ 



iMALL FURNISHED attractive 
cottoge for rent. 721 25to Street. 

9-2-tfn 

:orrAGE~at 310 34th street. F torn 
JeptMnber 7to to June 7th. 2 bed- 
-ooms, IVi baths, screened front 
and back porches. Washtog ma 
:hine and deep freeze. Hcnise and 
furni^itogs in excellent ctmditicn. 

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League Takes 
No Stand 
On Tax 

VIRQINU BEACH - Tile Vhr- 
ginia Municipa} Lei^ie durii^^tti 
three-day coavttAkm at Virgtak 



nrftf^ ^ tA, , Arfinit. f^ '^ th e pa st year 



14. Sci^mor Mib Godwla 



Godwin Stresses State 
Anil Local Jartiiershiir 



t IHbGINIA mACa-SLL Oover- 
nor MiOs E. Codwin, Jr. addre^ed 
the lunchem of the Viifinia Moid- 
dpal League Sixtieth Annual Coii- 
ventkm Monday at the, Alan B. 
Ssgpard Qvic Cento-. 

"^ In the ^leech to the city fathers, 
Godwin stressed the iin|)w>tance ol 
irtateiHde gt&n^ and indusbial 
z expvttion. 

(kdtito said, "Toe ms^ a cea- 
iaryr the nunrfier of new Virginia 
citiKns has lagged bdiinl the na- 
tion, birt now oar rate d popula- 
tion frsH^ tar eAwih tte nation- 
al «v«4|s aod it increasss evry 
yepr.**;"* ' ' 

Codwin 




My <^Mr itali In #« Uow». oth- 
er than Alaska.| la the field of 
per«iial Income. 
, The U. Governor wect on to1«y 
"In the moi^ insnediately sixad 
we hMirt ve«canmie our financial 
picture U am present sour(^s of 
revenue art m^ ai^ient to meet 
our reasgmfele need^, and th^ 
may mt be, then we should look to 
the next targe acNirce of revenue 
whMi is a gen«*al state-wide retail 
sales tax." Ck>dwin Ui«i said, *'Cer- 
taii^ a geno^ state-wide sales 
tax it jM%ferabte to a hoc^cods^e 
df a proIlfer£iti(»i of kicairy im- 
posed i^es taxes which would 
help some communities suid leave 
others U^ rad dry." 

Godwin ttid the state needs more 
advaoced tedmology in the field 
(A e<fcica^n because the pi^Uc 
school enrolbnent durii^ the past 



ten years h» gnwn to more thar 
a million stuctents. 

H» went on tn "mrf'aslM tht 
need f9C'''tiie arterial s^tem, de- 
signtKl CO connect very uHjuc-pal- 
ity of SOOO or mc^re citizens that 
liad been by-^wsed by the li^r 
state system. 

Godwin thai hH igaiR oi the 
need for a state>wide sales tax that 
would "provide a fidr and w}ult 
able distrilMition of the fffoceeds." 
"At best it will be a difficult task 
But it will bt, «Ad it M, an tfseo^ 
tial task," Godwin ttid. 

In his speech, Godwin stressed 



Beach 

stand oa a atate-wUe retail si^ 

tax. 

In his speech Blinday aft«rnoai 
Lt. Govenw Mills Godwin em^n 
sized that sudi a tax woukl be 
possibly needed ki the hitive to 
compensate for the vnount o( 
spending the state will encniirter 
in the fidds ot education and 
highway cooMructlMi. ^ to nam( 
two. 

Former Governor CMgiate Dar- 
cteh In hfs sASms to tt» Le^tr 
Tuesday took a more defbiite stami 
and stat»i that the ^te mus' 
bring a sales tax into effect if it 
plara to advttce along with the 
stl^* 40 ^Mes in the Union. 

The Munkrfpal League dW. how- 
3v^, indicate tt would fi^t tx 
the r^t of k^llties to levy ti^ir 
own sales taxes, If the s ate ad3pt 
-Me, as Well as far a "fair a"*? 
yt^piMM" di^button of stote 
rales tux proceeds. | 



NEWS SURPRISES 
CITY COUNCIL 



VnomiA fflUKH - C% coun- 
cil louad out M<nday. much to H$ 
mirpi^m, that the Cape Henry S«id 
and Conatr^tioi Co. h»s been dig- 
gi]^[ in the wrong 20-Kre barrow 



jMi^TawHr. Ite iAoriiey fcr 
the E .V. WUUaros Co., of wMdi 
Cape l^tuey is a sidjsidiarv said 
iWre was .in erra- somewhore." 
Appnnimately hatf a milUo;i cub- 
ic yar^ of dirt has been tidcen 
from the {Mt, kx»Wd nortii of Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulward mar Oh- 
nese Cormr. The dirt Was itted 
Ai flU «i the Intaitote M Projeet. 

It wasn't doir Just who ma<k 
the (MTiglnal error, but the tand 
being excavated and the land tha 



- t^Zfrr^Ahv thff nrkffMl M«^*.i* 1 Roeemwit. Road.3. to a g«meral in 
«:* iB.....^ I. M.«.,k.Mk.«_ a/ 1O0O dustrial cl 



mit issued in NovtorJjo- (d 19®, 
are.both owned by ttie same coro- 
pMiy. 

1^ matter was deinrred fa* two 
wedcs in (»tkr that pe^ obje<A- 




u^ to the revoc'iti^ of the v^, 
permit ml^ be iMsrd. 

Council voted to requat the next 
General Aastanb^ to a{^E»«ve r* 
Oiarte- chmge to s^ up n nev^ 
Rirtbod d tfeetii^ c<%ncilinen. U» 
der flw ^, T^rch Cooncfl rtrer 
up, sevwi of the eleven counci'mei 
wou'd ratkle to each d the exi!^ 
ing boroiq^ and voted on bi an 
ailar^ election., No readency re- 
quiremrat wouM be pku?ed on tl'.e 
other four coiiicilmai. 

In odio* acti(Hi, the couAri! ds- 
ferrkl for ar »3c(»id 3&-day period 
ti d^i^M on whether to approvv 
the a{^4k:Mton of Jdm Ari^om 
ajterprisM Inc., to re-ziMie a * 
acre tract of land at Holland and 



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flnmities to 

gnjwtii,'Wahd 

and the hi^way system. 

CIIY HOFiOREj) 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The muni- 
cipal of Jcials' magazine "Virginia 
MiBia:ipal Review" ha| dedkatad 
its Augu^ issae abnost antirriy U 
the City of Vii^nia Beac^. 

As wril ai advertisements by to 
oal busin«N», there are pictures 
and aiticltf and st^es by Laura 
Lmbe, F. Ma->on G^ma^, Gik: 
G. Dodd. Ridttrd J. Webbon, 
Reeves E. Jdhnson, Ciiief James 
E. Moore, Frank W. Cox, Oiar 
Ibtte TUbro(^. Louisa Veiable 
Kyle. Wiffiam Earl Willis, William 
H. Phifli{», ani others wluch give 
hi^Iy informative and UD-to-the 
minute infonnatkn about \^ginia 
Beach. 



LYNNELL BASS IS TEEN 





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LYNNELL RAYE BASS 

LYNNHAVEN - Miss Lynr.e! 
Raye. Bass, oft-tinje ' winuCT o 
beaufy crat^ts, has scored again 
and 'for the second tbne on a na 
ticmal level. Miss Ba%, dai^t^ 

of lAr. and Mrs. WOmer R. Bas 
of KM Siarp street, catitiired' ^ 
title of Miss ^neri^m Te«)-Ager 
at Fdisades Pait, New Jo-sev 
last weekend, bdug named over 
repnesesftErtivs <tf 4B other states. 
Loi^y LymwD r^dly hit the 
jadspot thSs time. As this year's 
ieig^ii^ y^ AmrKtn Taen- 
Afs*. ^ utt recdv« a new c<m- 
y&^Ae plui a dream tr^ to Hol- 
Ijnraed iHwrt Ab ^hH neat wi& 
Ridhsd GbMiteliki aad teve a 



role in <me of Uw TV stories ol 
"Dr. Kfldare." During her stay in 
Hollywood, die, and her chaperone 
will enjoy a two-week vacation for 
two at the famed HdUywood Plaza 
Hotd. 

In addition to these fabulom 
prizes, she is also awarded an ex- 
tensive wardrobe, a stereo phono- 
graph with a collection of reord 
albuns, jejHreby, ftowers, and e 
chance to appear on many TV 
programs. 

Winning this title meals .Tore i 
Lynnell than the monetary gatr- 
rs it will open man" d3ors to her 
rlanncd career in the show bus 
ness world Thou<-h she has b^B^ 
a preisslonal modd sin(» the a%< 
A 12, the 17 year o'd youag lad* 
manages to keep up with her sJtv^ 
i3s at Frank W. Cox ffigh Sc^ixi' 
and she pla*ui to atlerd Old Do- 
nateion Oallege, n^joring in dra 
matics, after her coming gradua- 
tion. 

Miss Bass has b3en "Miss Ocear 
V4w" (1961). "IksA Dress«i Teen 
Ager d Virginia B^K:if' (1963) 
"Miss Sxteer! of Artierica" (MM) 
I'MiK 17 o! Tidewater" (1964), anr' 
hs was "Biliss VIrginta 'ftaj-Ager" 
this year bsfore being ciiown^f' 
quan of 1^— "Miss Americar 
Teen-A^." ' 

The Miss American Teen- Ager 
Ctmtest was folded irt Palisades 
.4mussm«it Park, N. J. to honw 
dw American teea-^e>gkl mi ^ 
role she pl^s in Iier comnnlfy. 
Ifiis mcAides ha laaiiQy. hw home, 
her durra, nd fa comiMi^y or- 



COLOATB HARDEN 



SQUADRON TO MOVE 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Navy At 
tack Squadron 72 will move 'its 
home base from Oceana Naval Aii 
Stati(Hi to Cecil Field, Fla., near 
Jacksmvilk Feb. 15. > 

Trammer <d the ITNnan sqpiad- 
ron and more than a doz^ f^4 
SMuwk jets was . announced in 
Washington Friday. 

r An Oc^^ snirce said dw move 
is part of a previously aiuKMmced 
to base all carrier aircrslt of 
a angle type at the same base. 

Scyhawks. and F^ C^iisi^ jets 
will go to CscU Fidd, F4 Phantoms 
to Oceana. Hie base !§ already the 
jnaster^base for aH^A&Jntruipr at- 
tack bwHtenr 



Pollock WiU 
Hofliain On 
Council ^ 

VIRGD^IA %ACH-Kempsville 
Couidbnan Swind^ I^)lk)ck said 
Ittt FrMay the (rth«- nMfnbers of 
Hhe Vh-ginia Bead) City (Council 
have perauaded him ik^ to re- 
«gn Inm his positkm. 

Pdlock said he had seribi»ly 

been con^d«ing resigning because 

ioeta- tad aMaed Um to ^tf^ 

i^Httties. 'llie fneirijers 

B ^ce," fiiTsald, '%s lo|g is my 
health will penak me to foOy cB»> 
charge my (hitk» as a SMtriber d 
atv C^ncil. 

Pollock became a councilman 
whoi Virginia Beach merged with 
Princess Ame County in 1963. 
Previoi^V to being dected to 
coiBKil, he was the Koi^Miville 
District Supervisor. 

HHf.,' 

YA. BEACH 

WINS AWARD L . 

VntGINIA BEACH - Virginia 
Beach has won an award for the 
{HToixK^cm of traffic aaiity. 

Ibe award, to Vu^aia dties, 
wMch will be {presented in Rl(^ 
mnid Sept 21, were made bf 
the Nirticxial Safdy Council, Amer- 
ican Automobile Asaocktfam and 
dke Intematiimal Association d 
Police Oiiefs. 

Vfatginia Beadi was among 31 
ctties in die state recdving the 
hoiwr. 

\nrginki Beadi won the qiecial 
cttatton for ped^rkn safety 
record by the American Auto^ 
mobile Associatkm. 



dostrial cliosification. , 

Also ifcfttTed was artkm on ai 
apoUcatioi by Witch Duck Mancff 
Dcvelopmrnt for a permit to c«i- 
6«ruct two groups of aparUnents 
totaling 3% iniits in die Princesr 
Anno Plaza area until plans for 
in^rovii^ drairage, roads and 
schools there was made dear. R^ 
idcnts of the area made stronp 
bitter v(wal q>po«itwii to tl« ai:vt 
tatsAa. - ' -; - — -^^» »itfri«4 -.#.-^--- 

Ccimcil, on second reading, ap- 
pmnid a $40,000 appropriation foi 
^ ^.ynriMven dred^g projed 
«id ^,000 to buy land south o' 
Sa.idbri<^e for a cky park. an<f 
bodi items will be flnanced by a 
bond issue to be sold eariy next 
yoai. 

Tlie CookA took tuider nmsid 
erattoi a pK^Mscd 1^ Virgiraa IHs 
posti Ck>. to (Uspose of all traf^ 
coOected to a cenfrid area, for die 
anmial fee d fmjm. 

OiHBfiU ap|H<Qved ttie kw bid of 
$U,QOO by ^y and Diuibnr of 
*fQ^fdk fa- tha wii i nliig mad detf- 
ejrfng of draiiw?^ £tches tn Ine 
Prinnss Anne Plan area. Council 
the Howiud CgnrtructlQQ Co. of 
nlso ap;HY>ved a bid of 1881,000 by 
Greensboro, N C, for the tartaUa- 
tion of a M-lnch transmission ILie 
from the Mowes BrUges pun(q>ttig 
station in Norfolk to King's Grant 



Two Die In 
Accidents 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Eugene 
Wilson Fitchett, of Crooin Road, 
Virginia Beach, &tad eirfiy Wednes- 
iky mcunii^ fotim injuries re- 
cdved to a sta^ car accidoit on 
Vir^la Beadi Boulevard near 
Kellam Road. 

Invntig^lngjiflker Jerry Huges 
?aW Fitebdt's car, heacted east 
on the Asutevard, 1^ the road 670 
Teet east of KeDvn Road and 
smashed ii^ a tree, riwrtly a.t3r 
'iiidni^t. I 

Patrolman Huges said Fitchett 
was taken to Norfolk G«ieral Itos- 
■lital ^ter he was cut out <^ the 
car, but died rfxirtly after 3:00 
a.m. According to Hug«, The Da- 
vis Comer Volunteer Ffre Depart- 
nwit ambulance took the nnan to 
tlw hospitel arid one of thdr 
pumpers was caOed bi to wash Qie 
jg^line dt the road. 

Fitdiett was the 13th trafTic fa 
tality of U» year for Virginia 
Beach. 

PoUce also reputed Uie death 
rif Kenneth Holmes, 23, of the 400 
bkick of Terrace Avemie. IMmes 
died Wednesday mmning tram 
hewi injuries he recdved when hif 
motorcvcle fArudt a pariced^car 
m Pacific AventM Sat»day, police 
said. 




Vice Preddent Habert HRmphrey 
(PiMto hy DIek Dye-) 



tmUNPHREY SPEAKS 
AT LEAGUE CLOSE 



Smallor 



Increaso 



VIBGINU BEACM - Ab 
cfiMlv^ a,3» broutfit the total 
eamttwat k ttie piAttc schools 
i to Um W«a* a««t^g.»lst^ 
HUiaWiiiiii fiiii^ V. XaK ai 
he rdeased U» I^Nm last mife 
It was the fim ttam to four years 
dMi die increase has beoi bdow 

die 3,000 mark. 

Hie eloRiffltary sduxds hava 
an MirQUmaU d 23,630, and Qma 
in grades t-12 numbo* 11,11% 



OFFICIALS FILE MOTION 
IN DISTRICT COURT 

NORFOUC — City officials from KempavUle bwtw^. 
Virginia Beadi fUed a motain i KempsviHe Utilities diarg«i tW 

Norfolk aslring that a^suit b rought [ ^^jandon ite plant, once die Hamp- 
ton Roads Sanitation Diirtrkt is 
ilble to fumidi sewage disposal to 



VIRGINIA BEA«3I - Vice Pres- 
ident mbai H. Bunqihrey spoke 
Tueaday ni^ to some 80O mem- 
bffs of tiie Virginia Munidpel 
Logue ai die ctodhg session hdd 
at die CavaHor Hotd. < 

tba Vice Pr^dait's tojrfc, ap- 
propriatdy enou^, was on the 
pitii^ms facing bical govmi- 
mento, Humpte^, tatroAiced b 
1st Distrid C(»^'«ssnitti TliMiu^ 
DownllHt, spdce for 55 mhiutes to 
an votaftott9d audieiue. 

M tibe op^iing d his ^leecfc 

Hu»iir«y sidd. "The key to soc- 

ces< of greiA airttonal pQiirttTis is 

local inM«n«itii4loa,'' tanatfoiativc 

leatorfWp, 'niat'l ^ I'm here." 

)l^{a6d «hahu.fMi4l4 

dSord to have SS'mflfloH AlM^ 
cans idR in die badcwatam?" 

"In thakbidaf wrU wa live to, 
wMi c<»nmuMBRi on ttie mardi 
tedcta^ for UvdMe idiots, we need 
e^rybody ddag his b^. . 

"We naed to have m America 
that is Itimg to depth." 

Hwnphrey said Amarica has 



beoi tapped as. a wwU kade li» 
cause d its unmatdied ^tmf « ^ 
ty. "That's why iMmrica to etmt 
cai to do so much," he said. 

He tdd d» gadiertng. "ft to k 
yeur commutdtles diat you vtf 
have bdter sdiools. It is to your 
cMiunuUties d)at you'll have fhie 
h^man relatims or aidi^onlsna. Vkf 
Is to jwu- c(»nmuidUes diA |ort 
have better Iwmesi, nK^e lif^ttWifl 
nd^tbcrttoods." ri. 

ftimphrey sa«l, "fliew k one 
change we all knwv dndt: tke 
diange of otff coui^ from a nird 
ttaikn to an tvban naticn. W» i^ 
gle conmn^ hi &^ i||b of 
chMi ^^Iwit dieaa iWittnili 
al^^^1^*» why- diere mt mwe 




^rg^'s nati(H^ r^Rttatkm tet 
^oodlnui^^ go^g i y i ^ t. , 

He noted, "flm ^ vmm^ 
f«in d gov&&aiBA was, i In 
Ueve, bcMii here in Virginia. Tocuv 
you- exceOfiAt .{trograma are bdnf 
^i^!tdl Unmifhoiit die country/* 



agatost them last year by Kennpa^ 
ville Utilities Co. be dismissed on 
die grounds diat the company's 
plant now is cwiplete and all is- 
mies in die case are mo(^. 



Hie coR^wny flied a suU againat 
S0ven city dfidals last Novendia- 
chargint diat die offidals had 
acted improp«-ly to IA}Cking ex- 
panaton of the company's private 
aeiwage treatment fa(^ties nem* 



Remscitator Received 




Mwta Waea Oeft), dukmm of eaffn evalMttai cenimMee tar 1^ IMew^or itort As aa d a tton , 
pRBorts'a l ewa eMato i to CMd B. E. IMd sf ftalPiaaii Vahniteer Fin CanqM^y. lUs k as# af the 
•ve aiSA psfkMait iamtai by tha flimkr fisan AiiselatkB kwakas Fke l i u i |wIiii i a^ reaeae 

fteca af e^aiiiHai Aas bei pit k gaai aaaliy «he Flaaa Yal- 
than ah flnea iM «Mdi kdaAsd the eaae «f a 7 




^e area. 

k January, F«l«id Judge Wid- 
ter E. Hoffman ruled diat die <rf- 
ficiak had acted toi|MiH>«'ly ^ 
topping wo-k on die plant exp^ 
sion a«i to trytag to force die com- 
puiy to agree to surrender ik fa- 
dUdes to dw future. 

Judge Ht^nan also coirtlmkd 
die temporary restrainkg order k- 
Mied apinst die city oSkkk at 
die time die suit was origlnaOy 
filed. 

William L. Paricer, attwney fwr 
the defendank, to moving for dia 
dismissal of d» suit, pdnted out 
diat die ctxnpany had ciMn{deted 
its expmsion {xv^nim. 

In hk modon tot dismissal, Par- 
ker charged die company wm 
seeking a permaient mjunction re- 
stratoing die Beach offidak from 
taterfering widi peq?!e wim m^t 
wish to bpild homes to Uie fidure 
in surrounding housing' devdop- 
mente and tie M*to the company's 
sewage system. 

KMiipsviDe Utilittes was^aiirtboi^ 
ized hy the State Gorpwation C«n- 
misskm and die ^te Water Om- 
trd Board to, 1^ to fumidi sew- 
age trsitmettt and disposal to the 
C^rolamw Farms, Arrowhead and 
Huntitigtbn sd)dlWskns. 

To permit the case to remain on 
the court's (kckd, Parker intend- 
ed, "would to e'ie(A subjecf ttie 
govemtog autknitks d Virgink 
Beach to dK supen^sioi of 'this 
court, a-'id Mcessitate In^^ ^ 
actiai aUve to perp^:^, Afflng 
vMdh time p^tnns nd now to ex- 
istmce couU fawdve dua court k 
SI lam^lhig stfki of pdty squai»' 
bks, k coakov«r^s not yd aris^ 
en. lor die ^^datko d r^dt dUch 
luve nd yd ooeoaml." 




Left k rlgk, Potk. Crigger. Haidtett. 
aad l^Tvs. 



Saaemn, HMlwa, 

Plaza Has New WetcAme S'^ 



VffiGINU BEACH — Princess 
Aiue Plaza has a new sign t: 
welcone you w*en you enter thii 
C(ui^uiilty on Plaza Trail. I<aia 
«an Reaity and Insurmcj Corpwa- 
tions presdited to the community 
on behatf of die churches locat3d 
in Prtocess Am« Plara, a direc- 
tional sign wjiich reads: "Princess 
Anne, Pkza churches w3lcomc 
you" and lists each church by ie 
nwntaation and die locatton where 
it can be found. 

Ilie idea was firet conceived by 
the Reverb Qaytcni E..Crigger d 
St. Frands E^iacc^al Church. He 
then interested die ottio: thr^ 
diurcbM and dieir mialsters: R3v- 
erend Mdvta J. Hughs d toe Bap- 
tist Church, Reverend Wentz J. 
Miller of the Presbyterian Church 
fflid Reverciui Herbert Hobbs of 
die Medudist Ckmtt. 

Mr. V. A. Kramer d^Kigned tiie 
sign as a true symbd personified 
k pm^ d d^i^ sin^ctty and 
eoAfdate i^pdty. Kram«r k a 
vtmA&t of St Frands EpMopal 
Oiurch md reddee k Mncass 
Aaae Pitta. 



M the presaititioa, l^mmmh 
Senc^<^ Presul^ d haum 
sOd: "I can mt d m mm 
fittkg wiesma to a twfwcott^ 
movmg kto die comnmtiUy, Mr 
no finer syndxt for dnw vm nA- 
ieots to die ir^, ttwi to poM 
witii , pride to tW ims dMinAsa 
edd^&dwd wiliiB iWtaeew; Aim 
Pkza. It k a gmat pa-sAal pto«c 
urie for me to dansAe ttk «^ on 
bdiatf d die dUrtii« to ft&tioni- 
immity as a ii**.** 

Odiers .wlw pMrtkHpiM k te 
pngram ^me: Ifr. Rtmtfi HU^ 
dt. Vlr0ffia BeadrCity Bfnkgal, 
Rev. C. E. Cri^of BL Tntrit 
E^isc^al (Aatdi, Reverb Mtt- 
vto J. Hu^es of ^ Pli^ B^ 
Ust Church, Mr. |^S. PoMt, Owk 
of Setnm<rf die ^w Cf^nm- 
byterian Onirdi, Vtt. Gkai A. Ptt- 
man. La:; Reader of die Pfaia 
Me^k)dist Churdi; and Mr. Itiomas 
C. Kynis. Vic»Preiident of Lara- 
SM R«atty Oorporitton. An kfor- 
md haidMOQ waa hdd prkr k Oa 
pnaananQQ at mw Lras uo« 
mdOaUxfiS^. 




V^nto B««ch UM, Thursday, ^tember 16, 1965 



WEDDINGS 




Vows ^mnmMtt^ fc • tsma^ 
aftenxiiH MnMir M SMntfa^ 
rt 4:31 Ml. oMrai bl fltttftrlBMnsr 
Min Ski JNb CratHN iod 
imaea Worttia^m Griwiafd in 
tl» rtiitt Avw^Oii^ii *«* 
l9 the Itev. iSMd t. IroolEi. p»- 

tBt. 

1|8 bride it Oe ^»^i^ of )fr 
md^ Mrs. \lMdbot Crswf^rd of 
I^rth ChartalDO, |(^ CaroBMi. 
IteMdegroen b M aW ^ Cap- 
Uto and Ifri. -Ntwh Wtri^ Q«w- 
loRi Jr. of 113 «h arM*. Vir- 
^lia Bmxh. 

Gfcw tai iB«rriii«e by Iwr fatha-. 
^ ifict « ^wn at ii& Vnet «^ 

0^)tf train. toA eORnr Anvtt. 
H^ veU was of ^ Ufaaioii held 
bj a qoeea's amm of pearU and 
anti^ Mid ^ canned « cas- 
ode of ro^ and tube ^ncs. 

Mrs. J^^i^ C. fldds of Alex- 
Mgi^ iraa tor liar's nta^no ol 
Sr, led the maid of boaat was 
Mtai l^wb^ AiUtt Crawford, 
riH^ol ttie bridegroom. , 

<^ *3o0^ WesI^ Crtwford 
^, affved as his son's be^ own. 
VAen iwre Dayl W. Dgaahey of 
^tat Ganke, Ffeiicte. axuin^ 
E. IteTtt ol Oiariette, Noi«»Car- 

fltaai 
Tie ^fiy reeep^««s heW 





llRS, JdHN DAVIS GRANTHAM 
FtitCK • GRANlfiAM 




Mb Davis GraBttuwn 
In marriage^ At the 

iitilttwranony 

!%w York a^, forma*^ <rf Vir- 
^k Meh. Hie MUigiVWn U the 
ait f Un. George K^me^ Gran- 
tt«a A*. o( D(ri»m, Vas^ Caro- 




Chapd Hm and Philip Icott Foldc 
at New York C%. 

Following ^ ccroroBy, a recev- 
Obd was held at the PrinceM Anne 
Country Club. 

A^3r tlw honevmoo) hi Hot 
^rt^, Mr. and Mrs. GrMtham 
afi! be M hwre to Norfolk whare 
h« is eeopUyed by the Tex«o Oil 
(kxaptipf. 



HhAVAAS • CBMSBUOmEC 

vmOOnA BEACM - flie wed- 
(&^ (rf Miss Mary AleuiMis' Mc- 
AMia ^ tevU i/U^ia^ Chmie- 
hnHec a«i ttdd AuNfurt S in the 
Cbnununlfy M^wdist Onirch in 
Acndaie. wtt the Rev. John Lee 
XXik- A*, paitam^ the cra-e- 



of Mr^ 
and Iftt. AhHiriar'Cubie Mc- 
AusUn of VirMEa Bcaefa. "Hie 
bridegifiiBi Is & lOii ol Mr. and 
Ifrt. 9budegr J. ChmlMoiriec of 
U Porte, b&oa. 

Given in mcn^ \fs her fa- 
ttier, ttie W4e wore a iHte satin 
and Aleocon bee full taagth gown 
made with ntaid mS^. lite 
AtoBcoO lae« 4iMl Mded in 
poinU en the lun^ and tiny self- 
covered Iwttons w«t down the 
back ol tiw fMtedi bodice ami the 
taH i^drt ended iri a tram. 9ie 
wore a iii^:Afaig aaOi hrt witii an 
iUi^ vtf . ^ cHTted a «4ifle 
u^ pA laoe Ava^, prtO^boA 
topped wltti a sftigle wMte orchid. 

Ellen Lorraine McAuslan ^-as 
her sister's nurfd of hcaiw. Brides- 
maids w«^ Miss Carole Ctenieto- 
wlec of La Pcrte, Indiana. ^^ of 
the bridepown; Miss B^fy Smith. 
liOas J«MUiite Wri#^ aajd Bin. 
Margaret Perry. aU of Virginia 

Roy McKenny of San P«iro, 
CaUfomia, wm best man. Growns- 
men were Terry Edward. Larry 
King and Jsry Ivy. all attached 
to the navy ship, the Tutila: and 
James McAuslan, brother of the 

bride. 1 »u_ 

A reeejAioB »w» hdd ia the 

church social haH 

Aftw a wedding trip, the couple 
will live fall Norfolk. Tlje brkle- 
groran ta a flswdKr <rf th^ U. S, 
Navy loid U attached to fte re- 
{ttir ^ "Mfia. 



CHESOraAN '-' 
COLONY GC 

OffiSOPEIAN COLONY - Hie 
Qwaopeian Cokwy Garden Cli^ 
m^ re^tiy at ttw hnne of Mrs. 
Malcdm H. Todd. 507 CSiesopeian 
ft»U with Mrs. Todd and Mrs. 
Jeff lAu^ as l^^^^s. Mrs. Rog- 
er Grey, preiidtftt, ^^ded. 

tt was voted to have a t* -nt ex- 
chw^ Mb tai Odcftier, and the 
dite for tbe- annual V.E.P. Card 
Pwty is s^ fw October 29. Bees- 
wax cwAes wiU be soM by the 

New menfters. Mrs. E*»'sa^ 
llerkt and/Mr*. Joim Gupton. wan> 
ttHndncei 

fbe |yri^ from tiw Broad Bay 
pMtt G^eo <Mi awarded th? 
B^ in ^bw for ama^pnwM^ te 
Mrs. W. II. Grtiham. anAJMiyi 
aww for MNpOQI to Ml. m 
iM Gortto. Otipr pidiL^^siers 
wwe Vk%. Kari Sttvw, Sirs. Roa- 

Mttoi. iM lAri. ft A. Wmk 

*d. 

fWd iiaMi^aled ttc 
of iUiftll^ flowers. 



M-. fUf* escorted hte d«i|Uer 
ute woft a |owo (rf ^^ {^u de 
aoie and Atoooon lace tiHth «ipre 
waiit and court train. Her #aist 
kfillii v«a of tfk illusion feU from 
a small crown o^ «Mtd pe^ da 
ioie lea^s. She curled a ^aca<te 
bowuet of white royal orebids 
shdwered wtti itqihaooUf and ivy.j 
Mrs. Mirfiael Paige Folck of 
Chapel HUl North Car3)iut.u the 
bride's aiiter-in4aw, was the ma- 
tron fli honor. Bridesn^akb were 
Mrs. Morrdl Hunter Ashwwth. sis- 
ter of the bridegroom, from Dur- 
r»am, N. C; Mfais TeckU Florence 
TawtR ol Waibngton. P C: Miss 
Rlck^ Lancaster. Penn- 
atua; ySi^ Martha .\nn Xre- 
±. of Wijmeriwro, aitd Mias 
'arlton Haynes of De- 
..■eonoa. Ififls Sheri Ash- 
f Di^nam -was the flower 

.oiu, uroiner^in- 

^rwJm, of Durium, 

-aa. Ushers includ- 

and 

■ham. 

>r]an- 

ude's two 



POCAHONTAS 
VILLAGE GC 

POCAHCMWAS VILLAGE - TTie 
tint me^big <^ ttie new season of 
the Pocahortaa ViUa^ Gar^i 
dii) was held recratly at ttie 
faxne of Mrs. Knee T. McCul- 
fkNi^. 

Mrs. .^"tbur Galla^ier, gu^ 
speakffl-, pr^aited m inter^jjtmg 
and informative taOc on line ar- 
ra^emeirts. 

Guests present and wdcomed 
were Mrs. B. J. KmdaU, Mrs. 
^misc Foito. wA Mrs. Becl^ 
Blac^welL 

Twgkwood Garden Chd) i^red 
ai Jui^ea. 

nasi we'e araKHmced for a 
"Conw As You Are a>ffte" for 
monbeK, p«ii|)ecttve monbers 
aad g^hi^ at a future date. 



lEETS MONDAY 

VHU^RA BEAC» — The r^pu- 
lar niatf^ ol tte Virginia Bei^fa 
Uairdres^s Aaaoriation wiU be 
held M^iy «v«^ at 7:30 p.tt. 
at the Ck^^sure ^auty &ikn, 
VfA mt^ mem. Hair ttyks 



LET'S TALK FASHION 

By ALICE BREWER WHITE 



I^etty Kittle Campb?^ whiri- hat faoiir. ^p»:iiyiy thoK iMad- 
wmd director d tlie ^^v Yorfc siMg^rs is ih^ni fc^'-to^ft-at 
CmUure Gr(Mip, has Just bnu^tj Mis. GrajK^ Wi&. She im lil^ 



to yeur AUsb^'i attention that 
back in April 1961 the aj^possdly 
new this-^ason-k)ok, the MimfriaD 
toe*, being a, Paris news-maker 
by Ytcs M. Umrent and Coiin«g- 
ra WM introduced Nere Ifi^ fii 
Amolca by Jttlor SopMstfcatrs. 
A memo Irhtj Vc^pie magazin? in 
Us AprU '61 Ubuo Jntroduoea"tf» 
asnpositlons a!ter MraiMaB." 
Such goings on (p the Fa^ion 
world! Acxordiflg to ^ new lime 




ALISBEl 



mi^azine September 10 issue: 
"Plet, MonMM's life was decHcat- 
ed to style. ... his art was ri^- 
angular, asymmetrical, wA col- 
ored oaly in the primaries <rf rwl. 
blue and yellow. All toes were 
straight for tlw ^e kA the aoirit 
. . . Hiis year his rigid piaism has 
been strrtdjed over shapes more 
curvilinear than picture frames 1^ 
Paris faAion designers Aadre 
Coorreges and Yves ». LmffoU, 
witt Sevens h/tmm (^j^ste ti^r 
glng alOTg. ... A SI. Laurent 
original ol a co{^ M^sdrian costs 
$800; the high^t price the artist 
ever got durfaig his lifetbncfor 
one of his paintings was |450." If 
you go overboard, it will ojst you 
$80 for Mondrianist Junior Sophis- 
ticates little nun^r! 

JHEY SAY __ 

Ja Cepelai^, d^gn^fcnr Pat- 
^lo-Cq)e]and: "The teen-age in- 
fluence by now should have reach- 
ed its saturation point ... the 
penAdum If iMW Parting to swing 
he other way ... I forese a move- 
nent toward more feminine, more 
el^ant fashiofl " ♦ , . Townlsy's 
deaSgner* Charles IfAward: "Em- 
pbaiss will stay on youth, not teen,, 
hemlines will return to mid-knee 
where they bebog to carry the 
proportion of Ae siBwoette. The 
^KHrter ttw skkts get ^ scpiarer 
the shoulders must become to car- 
ty that prqxjttion. Square shoul- 
dK? are not flattering and tpilte 
masculine. That's why 7 sgy the 
htsnUnes will t(^'inid:lme^ and 
ftiture faduon will fit crd^r'fii'Oie 
body!" . . . Lana Turner: "Today's 
girls je«n to be aiming for a hus- 
band (Hit of a Charles AddamI 
cartom!" 

FASOONABLES 
EUzabeth Tayl«r Barton wears 
a pert accessory she enjoys cud- 
dling in: a knee-loigth white Mex- 
^n 'i^wl, very figure cmceal- 
ing. Good for hehies though! • • ■ 
Zsa Zsa Gabor has twmity-four 
wigs in her Wiggery World! . . . 
A lovely lady v^ a tot ol.haU- 
tude is Mra. B^er McDonald 
Scott,^a formtt* AUanta, Georgia, 
nwdel of high style fashions is 
ploity high style herself. She's mad 
fa- hats and once took a hat de- 
signing course to better under- 
hand Sie Tilt of the bonnete! l^e 
nKxieled IlwcBce Wilsra's Fall 
fi^hions, poolside, at the Cavalier 
Hotel last Tuesday noontime for 
the visiting ladies of the \nrginia 
Municipal Convettion . . . Another 



"to be neat and tidy" «4i« she 
st^ out her frmtt (ftmr aiid we 
say 4)0 is one of the mo^ fa^d- 
'v»sli^ ^Domed Lovely liKiifi ol 
the Beach! ... Mn. Wfllkun 
Skk, one <3t ffie better Well mod- 
ds hereabouts, Htes simply ete- 
gant and degantly simple enson- 
bles butdUiores "oldla^ ahoes"! 
. . . YoUng Mai^attan socialite 
Charlctte ami Abi» Ferd toU An- 
drew Goodmui,' Bei^doiff Good- 
man's top man, "A:*w aeiii^ 
some of H^stoe's h^ in yter 
Jwwing, we think spnae of than 
are on badcwards!" Maybe m, bitf 
fun hats will put the i^ice in Yew 
hatitude this Autumn. Try one! 




AST DirVOTEE 

Lan7 AMrich. president of the ^^ 

^*ew York Couture Group* haaMft^^^^*"""* Ihit «« ««» 

matdwd to yow goU eMemWe. 
Woodscao be .wdered friMn yow 
golf |»ofe^(»al. by the way, to 
a color range that b wide and 
wonderfuL Even the BEN HO- 
GAN golf bi«. head coven and 
ambrelte caa be m^red In ce- 
oHUiiated Miers. DAVID CRY- 
STAL derigned te short golf ca- 
lotte Iwith paaeM-for-freeton 
Jersey pi^tey 



rie MteCarflqr for his high f^hkm 
designer white he has been {Hirsu- 
ing the growth of his v«7 own 
art gall^. If you're in New York 
this Octdser between the tenth and 
sixte»ti), <hx>p \!Pj the fabutous 
new AlexaBdtf 's, S8th and Lexing- 
ton Avenue, and view the major 
poriioa of the Lury AMrldi Mu- 
seum Collection which will be on 
ad[itt>ition. He is always {promising 
the 250 or more fashion press gals 
(A the country («to meet in Jan- 
uary anJ Jifly to sp^l ttf T^ 
fashion news) thftt l^'ll take us 
all out there to the' "Old Htadred" 
museum in Ridgefield, C(»m. Hi 
very own museiqn! (We live ir 
hopes.) Alexander's, by the way 
is importing socialites and famous 
designers from the Continent for 
Uieir opening events this nxinth 
and next So, dui't say your Alls 
bee didn't tell you to make it s 
'*must" stop. Jirst tiung. your very 
next Manhattan spree* 



Miss Mary P. Magee, daughter 
of- Mr. and Mns. Alfred W. Ma- 
gee (rf 1256 Inqlynnvie^ Road, will 
receive her c&p and gown to wear 
throughout the first week of class- 
es as a college senior at Trinity 
College, WashingtOTJ, D. C. 



A revotattoary cmcept lor the 
fadiioB4nte^d spottewomn ef 
Tidewater, AMF BEN flOGAN 



NAVY WIVES 

VmGINU WmrnU Umhen 
of Ite Pl^Keia Anas Navy mm 
dib 1« wOI i^mior a himdMoi 
M faaUeo im at the CPO Club, 
nt& OoHDa,^ a^tferatar m Vk 
tk Noon. ^ 

The preview ol ^ vwy latest in 
fall faAions wffl ba Reseated by 
Sanfreds <A Princess Anm Plaza 
following the lindiem. C%4> m^^ 
bers will be tfw modek. Sports- 
wear, dayttae oitfflte. codctail aed 
evd^g cli^bH win bs fiuMsMd 
for teens, yoo^ ntibrieds aad for 
laifK* i^es., 

SMfH'd'ddlk' pitai wtt iit 
awMtkd. Tk:tets wffl be $1 25 nsA 
all reso^atlMis muat be made by 
September 21 Vta* htfotnatiaa on 
dHainii^ U^i^ j^eMe cidl S40- 
9ia^ 240-1357. or «7-d650. 

September will ateo see the fit^ 
of a Wies of bake sales planned 
by the dvb to raise openitkig 
hjnds fw the coming ymr. "Ibc 
first will be September 24 at both 
hangars anditft NAMlt) b^nnii^ 
at 8:30 a.m. 

Tlwy vm wives wlw aie^ito-- 
e^ed in member^p may call the 
above phon^ numbera for infinma- 
tion, w 428-2010. 






STATUS 
IlK^s bn^her, Igor Cantei (the 
former (%olly Knfek^^bocker for 
♦many years on Hearst's Journal 
Am^ican, will publish a new mag 
azine titled Status wtth.tte Octo- 
ber issue. He terms it a "critica' 
journal (rf el^ance" and at seven- 
ty-five cents a copy, th«e will be 
150,000 issues of the first copy! 
Ogdm Nash. Art Bnchwald, Junes 
Baldwte. GndHon Greoie and Lu- 
das Beebe are xa few (rf the con- 
tributors'. It is expected, naturally, 
that designer Ol^ CMrtd wiS add 
to the fasAim information for his 
brother's new venture. 

FASHION ETIQUETTf 

There is no set rule to wear a 
pin or clip on your left ^ulder.^ 
They can be worn on either shod- 
der, at waistline of your dr^s, on 
your suit collar or pocket of your 
suit or blouse, on a hat. an eve- 
ning bag. and on gala ni^ts in 
your hair! ... At foottwll games 
in a large stadium dress simply, 
but warndy, because of lai^e 
cn>w(ki. Furs ffiid warm boots but 
no hi|^ teased hainbs or taU 
crown Yaka to btock' seeing thrt 
forward pass! 

FASHION CONSCIOUS MOTH 

A happy little moth was flying 
about Uie shore of Virginia Beach 
one late, sunny mcnuing just be- 
fore lunchtime. He spied a gor- 
geous blonde at waterside wearing 
one of Ifaidl GeHireldi's topless 
wool badiing suits. Whereupon he 
said. "My! My! Someone has al- 
ready eaten haU d my lundi!" 
(When we interviewed Rudl last 
New Ywk Fashion Press Wwk, l^ 
asked us to rq}eM that cutie so 
he'd nirely remanber it.) On that 
shaggy m^ story we'U say 
faddon right for ttils time! 




LAKE JOYCE GC 

LAKE JOYCE-Lake Joyce Gar- 
(ten aub hekl fts firrt fall meet- 
ing recently with the new presi- 
dent, Mrs. A. C. Gordon, presiding- 

Guest ^)eaka- was Mrs. Bl K. 
Crockett ^tko vgtaks cm Azaleas 
' itnd CsmdUii tir ttn l^d loRt 
scaping plants for lyewater. 

dii) monbers voted to partici- 
■}ate in the Federation (tf Garden 
Clubs (A Norfolk and Vicinity, Inc 
'Tall Festivities" and the Christ- 
-nas Flower show. Mrs. S. M. Psr- 
kar and Mrs. R. F. lUiodes were 
elected delegates to the Federation 
meeting to be heki September ffl 
in ,the Gjffden Center Educational 
building, ., V 

Blue I loooiis were won oy Mrs 
Ihodes £und Mrs. Crodcett. 



lOMEWORI 




Om pao|^ do tfiair Inturalea liomawork* lo 
k»«p obraotf c/k currant davalopmanto In {^nnfaig 
and counseling. This up-to>date O fyr oo dt to yoar 
imuranca naadt is port of tha pocbifa w« OM 
f ^— Perimid Sarvica. \^y not tort ul aooii? 



Km mmxt %mmjmM^ 
miiFMi»cwiiiinil 



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How about this Dew Ugh-step- 
pbig bowUag skirt te a new, Iuim 
t(^i(riBg l«igth with swii^iiMS pan- 
el pleate aad gtaat pateh pock- 
ete? H's te Bdity heaflier 8hel- 
land wwA or tweed twtet, aa'«i( 
set tomty c^wfial wardr^HU^The 
bowlteg shoes and smart bag are 
the oew AMF FASHION 



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GROUP STORES 
SWEET OR BUTTERMILK 

2bBl.lCIOU8 
mscurrs 

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^irnud Ashman, ffl-JO. 
lAJhkei ZJo ../mnounct ZJkai J^t fhw ^J^i 
L/pgned «^« LJffic0 Iror ZJkt /-^racHct 
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hi tfw 1890't Norfolk^* 44-iiMm fselic* Htm had 
Ht ^«K^liiNr1•rl ,1^ ii« OM €Ny Jail. 

. . . Then H. D. Oliver had been serving for 44 

years. 

^ Ibe lNiik&i«, erected idwid; 1^ usytA Qie c(»iununity 
for many yeara and wis teter u^ ffi the City Cleik's 
office. !'^»fo]k']^ pottee fonx of 44 mos M>t law and 
orde-. In thi^ d^ H. D. CMinw BUed tiie ouunnni^'s 
need for re^tected and dlipatfed burial and toeral 
sovices. 

Todi^ Norfoft's police force fRiRd>flrs hi t}% fauochtxiB 
aiKl the city has a n»pttfic«t i»w PubUc Safety Ski- 
ing and Jail. H. D. Cnvor still senws aO <rf tUewaUs- , 
with tite fin^ seviee. Ao experunced, cq^iMe tiaff 
and two fine faciUttes ei^iU^ ttoQ to ffl ewssy nesd 
with care. Call on E D. XMm. 

' Barry D. and JTamos B. Olivar 



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Ai« ^ a woridi^ ^1 who sayi, '^ I ji4| dih't iiava 
t«^ for Mi^ carT? It's time to gM i^aaMed wlA Us. f^ 
Mi^K». w^ 3W kaew we im'i mtad tf yoi bring a aandwkfe 
to ndU>k under 9&k di^o*? We mal» spedd t^mA^ mttmag^ 
tmtiLt f»- \axk hwr i^ «d ^ve wirtl^^t' wtMmsi* 
at tboM iKHva. You go bade to wot ^otui^ a^uidHnil! 

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SHOPS FOR THE LAD(ES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

We are now showing a complete selection of 

lovely fall fashions. Prints, pUrid and solid 

» .. colors for any oaasioH from da^ite to well 

cift0f4^k, ,, ^ : -_ 

Of jm Monday & Fjndastjtvenings tU 9 p.m. 



fBAUAPtA 

TBAUA " mm fiam Ite«itt 
TM^ffi AM)datfon oMtf^dnef 
Uw faoilty mi Atit te«ieA of 
th« IbaJla EknMDtary Sdiosl d 
a kn^ioa recMtly. 

libi. li. S. Jdbst, pmlwHt of 
ftt VfK, iwJMmBd die pMiM «mI 
tatfoihKM dw bond nrndMn; 
&rt fie»|sr^kteA. Mrs. Donald 
Ki^dcy; aecoiid vice-{H-«tidN^ 
Mra. ChvlM llia^er: trusver, 
Loute Mhnan; recording Mcre- 
tary. Mrt. difford Bungard ami 
ewrdllMndl^ aeqretary, Mrs. 
ttebert W. WooUrtdgt. 

Tht cnmiyttee diainn«i vw: 
wi^ Md SMMs. Mrs. D. B. Zttn: 
tocial. Mn. F. 0. R^iky: pubUci- 
fy, Mn. Domdd Harvey; parlia- 
mmtary, Mrt. Kinprd; room np- 
reMi!ttatlve. Un. J. F. f^kr; 
hosplt^. Mrs. A. J. Newtori: 
heidth uad sodal, Mrs. Iiforris 
Marchat; lilM-arian. Mrs. Roba:t 
Ovfa^n; Miteriu. Un. 3mm 
^MTgei; year book and wa^ 
boek, Mrs. W. Aletandg; tf(^ 
stamps, Mrs. Geoiie Hovy; ^ 
Ui^m. Join Cutdiin, Jr.; book 
sak, Mrt. J. C. EUison; tndter 
repres^ative. Mrt. Own); Iwdg- 
et and finariee. George^ Wilmn; 
diarader mi spiritual, Mrs. V. 
T. Mkitt: and recreatkjn, Mrs. 
Harry Kohkr. 

H. 0. 0^1^. |»Tndpal, wd- 
conwd the new tMdws, Mn. 
Mi^ Davis. Mrs. Wanda Q. 
Daye, Mn. Mildred B. Mean, Mrs. 
Vli^nia M. Wikox, Mrs. Bobbie 
E. THimer, Anth(»iy J. Mincini. 
and the Misses Ettnbeth n. tar 
kr. Hazel SoiAhall, Nancy E. 
I%ek, Margaret C. Grigp, Susaq 



mm YEARS 

vmoMA mhm - nie oda- 

en V«mi Ckib at ^borough (d 
VIrgWa B«B(A «•• «it«tained at 

Iqr Ifra. Albert V. Oooeby Jr. She 
^lertalMd wlfli mmf (amUiar 
Mk aonp md a<x«rt^^uiied her^lf 
on the gaUiKr. 

Hie Ckb meets Mch secmd and 
foui^ Thws<fay at ttie Plr^ Pres- 
fcyte^ Churdi. New maimers 
arf aifmf% wek«ne. 

nma have bem nuKk to take 
a bus tour to points ot iirt«re8t in 
N<M^olk which witf include the Mac- 
ArAur Memwlil. Meyer Hotae, 
and Mu^om. Liin^eon wiU be 
served at t!w Carriage Hmise m 
ftitte street. 

The bus win leave the First 
Pre^yteriim Church on 36lli street 
at 10 a.m. on 'Hturmiay, Stfc^iefiker 
2S, and |1 will be charged !<»* Uie 

JTo make rwervatiwis for _ the 
bos and lundieon, fhoK Mrs, Otis 
Parker at 42R-4TC7, or Mrs. Stonie 
Guthrie 42&-Sffi3. 



P. Simmons. Mary L. Ernst, Kar- 
in A. Nelsoe, and the new librar- 
ian. Mn. Luis H. Undsley. 

The Mines Melanie Retd^r, LO- 
lian Harvey, Kathy Moore. Jamie 
Eakes and Barbara Wells, former 
students at Thalia and now at- 



PfeRSONAL 

Midiad Agda^, son d Mr. and 
Mrs. Peter Agekato of 1800 McCul- 
ku#i LaiM!. k «noi^ tiie ^id«)U 
tfriving on ttie OdinMa Univer- 
sity cwnpus f«r the Frertiman 
Vietk activities. He k a paduate 
d Virginia ^^riKf^I Sdiwri ol 
Lynd^Mirg where he was «iltor 
d the Mwspapa-. secretary at the 
School Ve^ry. a counsdor and a 
participant in drsma and croM 

coiartry. 

• * • • 

Mn. LudBe J. Pabner was 
nam«l a charter manber al the 
Bronze Circle (rf tlw Women Uafl- 
ers Round "htole at its annual 
m^ing held recaitly at the 
ChaM-Park iHaza H^l in a. L(hi- 
is. Mn. Palmer Is an agwt with 
Equitable Life Inwrance Cwn- 

pany. 

• • • • 

Caroline Tate Dldtson, dai;^ter 
of Mr, and Mrs. William P. Dick- 
son of Linkhorn Shores, is among 
the first residents of Roawdl Gray 
Ham Hall, tiw iww langoai^ dor- 
mitory on the Mount Hdyoke Col- 
lege « campus. The dwnutory will 
hwise, undergraduates speaking 
French. German, Russian, Spani^ 

and Italian. 

• • • • - 

Ste^iiai Sdmeider (rf 5821 Prin- 
cess Anne Road was ammg 140 
P. F. OriUer, Inc. sales represeirta- 
Uves and^ir wives who returned 
home recoJtly from a nine^lay all- 
expense-paki luxury trip to Ja- 
pan. The trip was awarded for his 



Virgihia Beach SUN, Thursday, Stpfftmber 16, 1965 



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I^UM^ at Qie Cavalier Beach Club— were you there? 



ter^ng KempfvlBe Jr. Hi^, were p ^ftj^BH ir fl parformftPtf durii* 
the charming walKsses at m \ ^^e annual Collier's fcncyckpedia 

suflvner sales conteet. - — 



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BAHENDING EACH GAME 

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Wh«» Walte- Slew* spots a Rdex owmt. he's U^k to^ii^ 
ri^ up and adc tills question. He assumes that, ganger <»- 
othMTvise Rolex owners possess taste, ju^enwrt,' a-wwkfly 
&BA. "Rdex propk." he says, "are a s6rt d intematkMal 
ctab." WiB you join Mr. 
Skizakt Stn-t by coiuidering 
lys porsMal fancy ... the 
Datejust So call«i because 
the magnified date changes 
cfidt! every mklni^. It's m. 
Oy^r Perpehial, meanii^ ab- 
mA^ wirter-pnxrf* and self- 
windh«. It^s a 25- jewel chro- 
Boneter, certified by the Swiss 
Gov<«iimait f(»- superb time- 
keeping abUities. (Rdex has 
produced more than h^ 
<rf iffl S^ss dfffHumeten ewr 
made.) In this steel and gold 
eonitoa^a: , $330.00: , with 
atrai). $360.00 (f.U). Also 
in IK goM combinatkm. Only 
dite je welers carry Rolex. 
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ROLEX 

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OOdal tfaiQHeee. Fm AnwriCMi WorM Alrwmjri 



Frank R. Ford Co. 

229 graHby summer hours a A.M. - i PJi. 

MEMBERS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 



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Ail ideal \ 

for Town or Travel. 

pleated skirt 

wool plaid 



little suit 
Swinging box 
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Tor Ae'Woman Who Cares Wliat Slie Wean" 



3303 Atlantic Ave. 
Vb. Beach 



111 College Place 
Norfolk 



Desta Burke of 8132 Lone Wil- 
low Lane is among a grwip (rf 
more than 400 new students arriv- 
ing at Lawrence University, Ap- 
pleton, Wisconsin, for a period oi 
Qrientatiffli before the start of the 
institution's llStti year. CassM will 
bagin Sept. 27. _ ^-.^..^^ 

Out of town guests for the wed- 
ding of Miss Mary McAuslanj aiMl 
David Chmielowiec were Mn. 
Louise €(we awi-son BiUy, Uie 
paternal grandmother, Mrs. J, L. 
McAuslan. and Mr. and Mn. 
James Grenier, all of North Grd- 
ton, Massachusetts; and the ma- 
ternal grandmother. Mre. J. C. 
Pridgen d Norlina, North Caro- 



Mrs. Ma^ PrUlgifl^ of F($lar 
Hills, Norfolk, was host«s to 
frieijds and relatives at a bridal 
^Kw«r given recaitly fw Rfiss 
Mary McAuslan who was married 
to David Chmielowiec on August 

Harold T. Gormswi, kki of Mn. 
Mabel Goranson of 1316 Bruton 
Lane, and a graduate of Culver 
Milftary Acadany, ^is among the 
enterirjg freshmen of the Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, 
Cambrklge, Massachusrtts. 

HllRCHWOOD GC 

BIRCHWOOD — Hie Birchwood 
Ganien Club held its fint faD 
meeting at the hotne of Mn. J. 
Saunders, 3709 Beacon Lane. Co- 
Hostess was Mrs. J. ^>argos. 

A colorftil slide arrangonent of 
basic flowa: designs was shown 
bv Miss Gladys Forehand of the 
C&P Telephone Company who was 
gu^st speaker and commentator. 

The slides called "Colorful Con- 
versation" showed the basic flow- 
er arrangements as assembled 
st^ by st^ to fit in with the de- 
cor of any room in the house— and 
of course accompanied by a col- 
orful telephone to match tiie ar- 
rangements 



Marttab wn« conqileie^y al»- 
sent but ke ctum nd cake 
gal«« . John awiu Sawyer, son 
of Mr. and Mn. Wayne S. Sawyer 
gave a Bon Voyage party for Peter 
£rfe ISMnnL . JPeiR , is leaving 
with his motfier and father Lt. 
<J.g.) k Vbt*. Peter D. Thomas 
for California. 

The ship was moored in the 
swimming pool awaiting the guests 
but before they arrived the 
weaUusrman stepped in with cool 
weither. The anchor was weired 
and the boat was hauled ash(»« 
whew the Bon Voyage party of- 
ficially got under-way! 

The guest of honor by this time 
was ju^ a Me disgusted and 
he fell to sleep as the guests were 
arriving. 

But a^^»d ti|$» mm^ had J^ 
all with much "dancing around" 
as the toys were played with and 
much "slngtag" as the possesston 
of toys was discussed. And the 
refredunents were devoured with 
gusto, if not neatly— as the guests 
ranged in ages from 7 moi^hs to 
three years. 

Those who came for the (un- 
filled afternoon were John Clarke 
Sawyer, the host; Peter Erie 
itMMs. Hit gue^ (A h«Mr; Jahi 
Eric McOoifd, and Virginia and 
Eva. Brethaoer. 




GREAT NECK GC 

GREAT NBCK-Great Neck Gar- 
den Club held its first meetinn of 
the season last week at tne home 
of Mn. R. G. Thomas. 

A progran on "Landscaping" 
was given by Mn. £. W. Timmons. 

Plans were made to hold a rum- 
mage sale on Octobir 2. 

Mn. R. T. Soper won a tri-color 
ribbon in ttie artistic class. Blue 
riWions went to Mrs. P. M. Lyons 
and Mrs. Soper; red to Mrs, N. B. 
Godfrey and Mis. J. H. C«)k; and 
yelkw tp Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. D. A. 
Webster, and Mnl-Soner. In the 
horticulture class, blue ribbons 
were awarded to Mrs. Thomas and 
Mrs. Co<*. ' 



John Chute Sawyer, Peter Erte Thomas, .fohn Eric McCkml, 
Virginia akA Eva/Brettiau» 




L. to R. J<Aa v.a ii? Sawyer, Peter Eric Thomas, Jda Eric^jtfcCtoad 



^^^^^^^ NORFOLK— Hie Tidewater Rose 

'S%re being formulated ^4^^'^^ ^ITL"?^ AdSiiUstra- 

slk Botaomcal 



bold a "Card Party and Fashi(5>, V^". ^M P-'"^ "^ "^ 



Show" to be held iii the spring 

Ribbon winnen in the arrange- 
ment class were Mrs. J. Saund- 
ers, red. Mrs. E. Tinro. red. Mrs 
Saunders, yellow and Mrs. Tippo, 
honorable mention. 

In" the horticulture class ribbod 
winners were Mn. Tippo, blue 
and red: Mrs. H. C. Davis, blue 
and red; and Mrs. H, Briden- 
"tine, two reds. 

The October meeting will be 
held at the home of Mrs. H, Bri- 
denstine, 3817 Lamol Avenue and 
guest speaker will be Mrs. Ches- 
ter Bamforth on "Corsages." 



ROSE SOCIEH 



turn building of Nor 
Gardens. 



EUZABETH RIVER 
SHORES GC 

ELIZABETH r'iVER SHORES- 
The first mating of the year of 
aie Elizabeth River Shores Garden 
dub was held la^ week at tlie 
home of Mrs. W. C. Forbes at 
6170 Newark Avenue. 

Blue\iW)on winners ,in the ar- 
rangement class were Mrs. II. P. 
Richardson. Jr., Mrs. R. W. Fru- 
gard, Mrs. J. C. Holland. Mrs. C. 
H. Grimsley and Mrs. H. W. Wil- 
liams. 



BAYSIDE BAPTIST 



BAY8IDE - Chaplain WtastM 
Robertson. USN ' Assistant Dii- 
trict Chaplain erf the Fifth Navd 
District, will be guest q)efll»r 
at the Ba3i;side Church ev«iing 
service (Ml Sunday at 7:30 pjn. 

Tlie Bayside BapUi^ 9m&Bif 
School will be engaged in *a SiHh 
dav School Leadership Preparation 
Week from September 19-22. 
Soec'al meetings will be heW an*- 
day night at 6:00 p.m.; Monday 
and Tuesday nights, l-%; Wedtaet- 
day at 6:45 p.m. 



Beach Artists Pl^ 'Open House' 



WE BRIDGE THE GAP 




When newcomers move t« 
town, our Hostess greet 
them, and extends a wel 
come, with the personal mes 
&agcs of oar fripnd'y, civic 
noinded sponsors. 

NEWCOMERS 
GREETING 

Mrs. Mai^rat Lowman 
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plaBnedby the Flae Arts department el tlie VlrgiiaaBeadHPrlBceaa Arne JaahrWiiiiaa'iC^ 
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The New Home Boem 



Th« U.S. Bureau of Census says 1965 
wittt* a banner yearin the buit?*ng 
of new hones all over the United 
Slam. One only lias to take a quick 
fook at rewdential construction in Vir- 
ginia Beach to be well aware of this 
fact. One of the more obvious reasons 
iw so many ne^ hwnes Is the entr'ance 
into adulthood of the so<alled "war 
babies." $ome of the more obvious rea- 
$sm for so much home construction in 
m^mia i^ieh are the abundance of 
ieady^ rel^v e l f low initial c^ts, and 
relatively tow real estate taxes. Over 
'9B miflioh dollars has been s^nt in 
all types of constri^rtlon in Virginia 
teach in the first seven months of 
t%5. This is s^nif leant only when cme 
looks at the overall picture and finds 
^at the figure is higher than any other 
d^ in ff^ state of Virginia, and in 
1^^ thriving cities as Minne^)olis, Ro- 
c^i^, Buffalo, Newar^, Greensboro, 
>^>any, Charlotte, and even the indua- 
frial center of PittMaurg. And Virginia 
Bei^i is n^ even considered to be one 
eif llw 200 largest cities in the United 

^ fmmd it particularly interesting 
this past weekend when the two Nor- 
folk newspapers ran an entire supple- 
ment diM^ed fo housing and homes. 
Every s)t^|^ Nnising development fea- 
tured it In Vtoginia Beach, and not Nor- 
folk, /^tf every one c# those develop- 
ments ^ In a q9wiqfr>trated few square 
miles MMV and around Virginia Beach 
Boule>Mrd. (X>vrously the city of Nor- 
folk is ^jst about full of houses and 
houslnf dw^lopm^ts. There is so lit- 
tle iawrf left. But in Virginia Beach, 
there ^ i^ll «d much untapped land 
av^tJalAe ^ future a^itional housing. 

jwe( t^inpi distwb us greatly about 
all thft. Wi do ni^ foolf^^ward fo 
seeing \^|^Ma Bm^ l9e<x)me a "bed- 
room cMy/' ^^ is, a city devoted en- 
tirely M heiw i n^ . ^f>h w^uld now like 
to $m an influx of business and indus- 
try. The time has now arrived ^that the 
residents of Virginia Beach should not 
ha^e to depend so greatly on large 
businesses and ir^dustry in Norfolk or 
anywhere else. The time has come for 
large commercial bu^pess^ establish- 
TtmiH to locate in Vlr^nia Beach, and 



the time has come for all types ©f in- 
dustry to take advantage of th* lower 
taxes and of the open land in this city 
We must not have a city of just houses. 
We must work Xoward a well-rounded 
city wi% provisions for every segment 
of its population. Virginia Beach lis 
physically separate from Norfolk, and 
we believe it should be separate^ in 
every other way as well. 

The Other factor that disturbs us was 
pointed up by the Norfolk newspapers' 
supplemeitf on houses^Tbei^wece sev- 
eral stories which told of the many 
Norfolk firms that are called upon to 
provide services and materials for the 
building of all the new homes being 
featured ... all in Virginia Beach. 
Granted that a few Virginia Beach 
firms were mentioned, too, but, by far, 
the rnajority of firms mentionefcl are Iri 
Ntorfofk, and there are even a few in 
Portsmouth. We feel that more Virginia 
Beach firms should be employed to 
construct Virginia Beach houses, per- 
haps there are not enough of those 
firnra In Virginia Beach. If there are 
^not, then the time has come for those 
firms to locate in Virginia Beach. It 
Would seem to us that there is a wide 
open field for small and large busi- 
nesses alike. In many fields of endea- 
vor, for Instance, there is only one 
busirwss of a kind. We believe there 
si'wuld be a choice. There Is nothing 
wrenil wltK^competition. It makes for 
all-around better business. V ^ 

V^ believe strongly in tfiie future of 
Virginia Beach, and although sO many 
new homes are being built in Virginia 
teach, we h^te to see so much of the 
construction money leaving our city 
and helping the economy of other ci- 
ties. .Virginia B^ach should be entirely 
on Its own. Virginia Beach is still grow- 
ing so rapidly in every phase of activ- 
ity tbf t it must stand on its own merit 
«Td boost its own economy'. 

It is a good thing that so many Vir- 
ginia Beach real estate companies con- 
tinue to advertise in the newspapers 
In Norfolk. Otherwise, the housing sup- 
plement, composed entirely of homes 
in Virginia Beach^ could not even have 
been printed. And again, that advertis- 
ing money. has left our economy. 




The New Gridiron Season 



When fall comes, football fields ev- 
erywhere come alive. Football is prob-' 
^y the best known spectator sport 
in #i# United States, and is probably 
the best liked. Whether it is played on 
the High school^ cojiege or professional 
level, nearly everyone enjoys watching 
a football game. Fewer persons enjoy 
partieipeting in the gMne itself, but 
those who do, give It their all. A foot- 
ball game is serious, and it Is serious 
business. 

Here at Virginia Beach, there are sev- 
eral arch rivalries, and as new schools 
are built, the day <»uld come when a 
full slate of games is played with only 
teams from Virginia Beach high 
schocrfs. Competition is already quite 
keen, and the students of the several 
Virginia teach high sdiools are already 
avid supporters of their indiviciud 
teams. The rivalry it s^-ious to the stu- 
dents and to the Khosls. But there is 
stlO one thir^ missing that must be 

rnn-ected. 

^»erti Is lust not enough support for 

a starids are just rK3t full 

he students ve there, The 

•)i and administrations are 

majority erf parents and 

jr^/jjic aie missing. A fastbati 

^n «^(pensive a<^e$$ory for a 

^ eniches, unlfwlfis, equip- 



ment, programs,*field lights, stadiums 
and dressing rooms all cost money. 
And somebody has to pay for all of 
these. Obviously the school cannot pay 
for It all. The individual teams must 
have support 'of the community. We 
wish that the parents would spend 
more of their time supporting their 
children and the football teamsw Social 
life Is Important to the people of Vir- 
ginia Beach, and we "can think of no 
better way to spend an evening than 
to attend a football game. 

We realize that not everyone is in- 
terested in football, but if those not 
genuinely interested would attend one 
game, perhaps they would be caught 
up in the excitement of It, and want 
to continue to at^nd future games. 
Support does not mean just buying a 
ticket. It means, in Kkftfion, yelling for 
the feam of one's dioice. It means tak- 
ing up the team. It means generally 
sfiowing interest in our youth in their 
endeavors. 

Several Virginia teach high schod 
football teams have had a hard go of 
it In the past. tThwe are definitely 
enough residents of this city to support 
all of the teams in grand style. We 
hope this will be the most successful 
year ever for the teams, and that can 
only be a«:©mpllshed with your help. 



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THePublic Hearing; That Wi» 



The much heralded public hearing 
concerning" reapportionment of the Vir- 
ginia teach City Council Is over. It was 
s'hort and almost devoid of controver- 
sy. Almost without exception, those 
who so often have openly criticized 
City Council in nearly everything, gave 
at least a condescending, nod to Coun- 
cil's own reapportionment ^an. Ob* 
viously not everyone is going to agree 
with every facet of this oi; any other" 
plan, but the combination Borough- 
at-large apportionment received, quali- 
fied endorsement from nearly all those 
interested parties at the hearing. There 
Wias even unexpected support. In ad- 
dition, a spokesman for the Republican 
plan was forced to say he almost con- 
curred with Council's plan, although he 
offered his own adaptations. 

Ther^e are always dissenters, and 
there are always those who attempt 
to muddy up the waters with irrelevant 
and irrespCHislble statements. Both cat- 
egories were ^represented at the reap- 
portionment public hearing. But gen- 
erally speaking, the Council plan re- 
ceived not orviy endorsement but also 
praise. A long line of spokesmen came 
forward to voice approval. Some had 
additional suggestions. Everyone \A/as 
welcome at the public hearing, and all 
suggestions have been taken under ad- 
visement by Council. 

The new reapportionment plan, 
whatever it finally is, is not to be tak- 
en lightly. It means a great deal in the 
shaping of the city's future. It will be * 
significant in every phase of gro>^th 
the city can expect in years to come. 



way to settle the rhatter. It is obvious 
that Virginia Beach is still not ready 
for complete at-large elections. That 
We strongly eridorse the Borough and 
at-large system as the best possible 
may corne .in the future^ but in the 
meantime, we believe the combination 
system is the best way to satisfy both 
thy o u rt s afKl ^the people ©f Virginia 
jteach. The new plan, as we have stat- 
"M before, keeps the gdverrirtient of 
the City of Virginia Beach close to the 
people. It allows the Interests of all to 
be best represented .without giving 
any one group a ifroqger voice than 
any other. . . S, ^ 

In many ways, the public hearing 
s^hfied to be the calm after the storpi. 
The reapportionment matter has re- 
ceived so much attention and publicity, 
and has been the center of so much 
controversy, that we fully expected a 
big fight of sorts. It did not come. There 
was even consideration given mov- 
ing the hearing rdjom to accommodate 
the expected number of in^rested par- 
ties. They did not come. The room was 
full, but not overfull. The discussion 
was lively, but not necessarily exciting. 
The public hearing is over. Action is 
Imminent. What began as a political 
fiasco has now been ended by the far- 
sightedness of the members of City 
Council. They have drawn up a plan 
that can certainly change their own 
political futures, yet the plan has been 
drawn to the satisfaction of nearly ev- 
eryone. 

Itis all over . . . that was the public 
hearing .that was. 



Anotlier Beacli Beauty 



I MP trtiinftitiL Bg^r*!! 
OPEN FORUM, 



By golly, there are a lot of beautiful 
girls at Virginia Beach. We are not talk- 
ing necessarily about those who pa- 
rade on our streets and on our beaches 
during the summer time. Many of 
those do not live permanently at Vir- 
ginia - , 

It has taken judges at Asbury Park 
and Palisades Park, New Jersey to 
make us see the llg'ht. Perhaps we have 
spent too much time at the typewriter 
to realize the beauty there is at Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Just a couple of weeks ago, Mary 
Jo Kellam won a beauty contest as she 
was named Miss High School of Amer- 
ica. Now another girl, Lynelle Raye 
Bass, a senior at Cox High School, has 
been crowned Miss American Teen- 
Ager, vvinning over representatives 
from 48 other states. We are quite 
proud of her and the honor she has 
won for Virginia Beach. 

We cte not wish to take away from 
either of these girls in any way, bu* 
we are beginning to wonder at the 
feasibility of so many ojntests and so 



many titles; There appear to be so 
many ditterent contesTS toeing held to- 
day that each loses some of its import- 
ance. When there are so many contests, 
and consequently so many winners, 
one begins to consider the significance 
wii'h a little less imfDortartce. 

Again, we are quite happy to have 
a Miss High School, and a Miss Amer- 
ican Teen-Ager, But there is still some- 
thing bothering us. Tl^iere has never 
li^en a Virginia winner in the best- 
knpwn and most respected pageant of 
them all. Virginia has never had a Miss 
America. With all the beauty and talent 
we obviously have in Virginia ancLpar- 
ticularly in Virginia Beach," this does 
not seem quite right. Perhaps the 
judges and operators of the^ local and 
statewide contests are not choosing the 
right girls. That is a matter for some 
serious thought. 
- Perhaps Virginia Beach's represent- 
ative in the AAiss Virqinia ©ontest will 
go on to become Miss America next 
year. We think we have a fine choice, 
and we wish her much success. 



Dear Str. 

• F«r t)» past lea fm^ m wtti 
ind I have b^n mi0ig to your 
fine City ^ iH ar part If <nr 
vacatioj. ^e a^ it ve# mtA, 
tfaf beacfc is fw^ih i t, ^ Vf0f# 
are pkaaant aad fciM% adl ^ 
%mdU^ try to make your stay 
an oij^^Mi sb^. AE tfas tmt- 
diajts and shop owners are really 
nice f«oph. 

We have been in Resorts all 
tkm ^ c<>Bi^ but Kit (»e has a 
Museum rf the Saa Uk Virginia 
iea<A. We were wnf "wdi no. 
pt9MtA hy tius wonderful display 
of Shells, Fossils and Rocks. Every- 
Uui% is so nicdy arranged and 
tntelligwrtly d ispii^ w d Uiat wfr 
really en^yed it ak «d w« w«^ 
able destrfte tte ia nd aqy nt p light- 
ing to tai^e wme sBdes/l do ttilnk 
.that the inside of the Museum 
heeds improved li^rtiog. 'B» {»■»• 
ait lifting does not do justice to 
the cotoring of the Boaterial da- 
played. 

Not being crtttetf. mtm0 your 
fine City, bat we saw iwuiy fairi- 
lies witti children who aj^ar«l 
to Ife very much interested in the 
jUuteuan imtil they leanied of the 
admission price, ttien Aey Irft 
without seeing the enormously in- 
teresting wonders of the Sea; not 
realhring too, the educational 
values therein displayed. I was dis 
appointed to fihd the Musaim was 
not open to the gaieral piAlic to 
visit and re-visit as often as they 
would be necessary to take in all 
desire. More than several visits 
the displays and information made 
available. The wonders of the Sea 
nre being brou^t to ones attention 
more each day, e^ecially now the 
United States is invdved more and 
more in ocean a{drati(ML.~,i-~w^- 

I have had a subscription to tlie 
Virginia B^ac^ Sun for the pairt 
twio ywrs I like to keep abre<«3t 
ci the ktesA news awi grwving 
paii» (tf the City in «^ch I hope 
to malce BOf hms sometby While 
on vaca^km Uiere a month ago, I 
«1ts readng the we^y Virginia 
Beach Gui^ «id I noticed that 
there was up OMntton of the 
Nauttes Mwnmt la Hm «ntire 
book, ^ince tibe tJHpiiti ia se*it<*w 
many people are not aware of its 
existoice. I believe H ^uld be 
listed regularly in the Vhginiii 
Beadi Gukie. It al«> nn^t help to 
draw peo{de to Virginia Beach if 
tiie Museum were m«itioned in 
the out-of-state advertismg. 

In condu^m, pleise do not mis- 
coraonie this as a letter of criticism 
xs I ini{died oilier, we have al 
ways oijoyed Virginia Beach, but 
since you raw 1iave wdi a fine 
MuseiBih, why iKrt utilize it to its 
fullest advantage, by making it 
avaihMe to the {wb'ic at all tbnes 
even as (^er Museums. 

I^mkii^ you for your i^ention, 

I am 

ffinca^ly ywirs, 
George Ba-g 

cc: Vh-ginia Beach Siin. 



Dear Mr. Lowenthal: 

y 

I have been wanting for a long 
time to write you and oongratulats 
ym OR the fine job tiiat you and 
your staff are doing on the 
Virginia Beach Sun. Wh«i I 
read s» few weeks a^ you would 
^rt carryii^ a cohsiBi by Alice 
Brewer Whtts I naS^ felt a sin- 



0^ ttnks tram tfl tbt \mSim 
to tM 



I hai« hm M iie fathkm iiferk( 
1^ a whife-M 9$ • pn^ 
gmri Aodel aiA 4 l|htai oo* 
ui^UHliuc HWI W$ |l|K|p|||bce 

wlUi Mrs. Whtte, ml iHt |^fit> 
ed by her ju^inant aoi 
kMwfed^ tf mtmm work!. 



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Siae«fieiy. 

Mrs. W. B. HUCK 



Dear Vtc. Low^Uhal: 



I wouH^ Tike To tike ttl»~" 
occasiim to addrai my renaaite 
to a Mtir wMm to the editor 
in lait week's iswe of the Vir- ^ 
ginla BMcfa Sun by Robert M, 
Garocr. 

Any auttor, bewever iHJxnbk hi« 
tadrali rat^ H thrivei (^ the 
•fMna and ma^iwc^e ariti> 
(jms (tf Hs T^fen. I nust cm- 
h& ttat I waa tlsl^ited, not (mljr 
to have Mr. Gam«- as a ccautairt 
reader of the "We Will Bury You" 
seriesr bust to have .|w»vG||ic8d tha«. 
obvious thoi^t that wait into the 
preparation ai his Irtter. 

I mu^<c(mfess that I gflarfe the 
frustratkin of a serimis studeiil of 
the subject being unable to delve 
as deeply as his intellect would 
car^ him. R^etably, however, 
this series was not writ^ iop 
scholars nor do I fvrpwt to be a' 
scholar. It was written s^ a prod 
or a stimulant to jar young aetv- 
icemen into delving deeper into " 
the subject. It was not written 
as a coU^e term paper, hence, 
the lack of foot notn. d^ttdi^a- 
Qon aiid italics were wed as an" 
aid in apphasizing pouits that 
were felt important by the author. 
Hie punctuation, however, is pive- ' 
ly that (d the genttoaen ^i^ed— 
unaMdged and uoaAdtri^. 



M you wffl, Bfr. Gvner, provide '"-^— 
me with your vMrem I will be 
delisted to (amdde ywi «lli the 
exact bods and pubUcatiou usedlpl^ 

ior the series and gladly,j|nswer, - ' 



^^mm 



MM 



This seies was u^rti^Da! as 
a {wblic service. I receive abso- 
lutely no rauimeratkm for any of 
the artkles. Iliegr were requested 
and excepted by this pisar on the 
proviso that they wcnikl he printed 
exactly as fumUdied, or in ^ect, 
as ^ey are sulmiitted to aorvice 
newspapers. - 

Now, as to the hnplieirtka that 
there is an inqiUcatuNi^ (tf far 
right wingism tai the smUm. I 
ttiink the article t^eA tot ttum- 
s^ej in this req^t biA I would 
be glad to have thrae areas that 
you oonslda* to be far right wing 
brcu^t to my atteitl(m. 

I personally believe in Oar form 
oi government im it b; I believe 
in die ultimate vict(N7 ol fteedom 
over d» tyranny d commudan; 
but most of all, I bdleve ta y«i 
Mr. Gamer and me and the mil- 
lions of Ameritans who, every 
now and then, stand up and s'v, 
"Let's just hold on a minute budcfy 
-tilat's not right." 

I may say you're wrong Mr. 
Gamer and you may say you're 
ri^t— that's wonderful! That's 
America!!! 

Sincerely, 
E. T. HALE 



Your FaitH and You 



Fear can do (mny thli^ to people. It can distort personality, di»- 
rup-t ptfspective, and de^y purpose. It can so fill aar days thtt 
we b^xane preocct^d with H, and a valu^le day d our lives is lo^. 
Certaiidy v^ ha\% eoou^ real fears to ccnfront us these days— fear 
of the uisteady balance of power m the world and the daatruction 
which would be wroi^ if that delicate balance were shaken. And 
all of us mi;^ at last come face to tatx with the ultimate fear-deatii. 

Generally, pei^le turn to God when they get into troiri>le, whes their 
fears begin to mount. And usually their plea is for God to get than 
out of the presentv^HMi^. But that is [N«cisely what God will ndt do! 
Instead ol offering a way of escape, God offers a meaia of resonrce to 
face your fears head-on. 

Oae is raninded of the gatl^nng of Je»u aad- bis Dlsciglas ta that 
Upper Room for their last meal together. It was there that Jesus h^ 
announced that soon he would be turned over to the Sairiffidrin offkials 
for persecution and death. Tlie disciples faced the darkest. mcMt 
hopeless and fear-ridden mwnart of tbiir lives. Of cwurse, they feangl 
for Christ, but they also kaefw that his amouncemeirt spdled persuial 
peril for each of thtoi— they feared for their very lives. It was thai 
^t Christ said to than, "Let iwt your hearts be trwiiled . . ." Fw 
his <rffer was one (rf faith; his offer to the disciptes was spiritual 
strength to nKet the dangerous situ^rtaM, not acme means of escape 
tfirou^ tte back door. 

Perhaps it will hdp us all to reraendier, when we fa(» a dark hoir 
ai fear, that he wIh) faced the darkest hmn* of aU was abte to gh« 
sbra^ to th<%e aix»A him in the mkbt of gkxxn and deq>iir. 

"Ui not year hearts be trotiied . . ." . ^ 




YIETNAI (MDREN 
TO RECflVE GIFK^ 

VraGINIA HEACI^-llra. E. ft 
BOdOelni Jr.. (Aatemaa fcr M 
Crass Yc^th, hu «ffimiiM»l ^t 

■re VMi# fo b0fiA thdr part Jb 

chiMrai 9( Sotrth VM Nam 

K U «q>^|iA iW in 
of i<m Ami^ Uto and Frie^d- 
^ Imx^ will be rtled and #1- 
paU^ed by Ow Ra) Otms Yam 
ttdBatma from tiie schotds of 
fitarlolk a^ ^(%ffii^ imA. 

Cmm» fli tte fri*diirip bc^a 
awl AmltY kMf tm mOkr. '9^ 
Uts. iduck ar| drmtrtag 1n^ 
iM be naA^vf ajp^t var^y 
rf brijgit. c^wA^ patterned 
cli^. Ibeir i^ce wiD pemut indb- 
■ioa (d wmrnt^ larfff it^na. 

f^kri aittefes to be found te 
dUier b» or ktt mi^t Inclyie 
pencOs, notebooks, comb, mi^, 
d^, coiCMred dialk, d^tch i^, 
^wdtxr cdorrr^-aair f UBlea. bjjl. 
plastic toyi. 4r^arf or a wUcte. 

Each box and kit wfl] also hi^ 
tasUe a ^e^ing cvd k Ae 
l^guage d South Vi^ Nam. wpi- 
mg "a new ^ring ftill <^ hick i^ 
happiness.'* 

Addlti(»:<il kits will be soit as 
soon as the materials ^e 
availabte. 



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APPOINTED 

VIRGOOA B^CH - AksaBdv 
C. McAuaka bM been appoint^ 
acUi^ cuwd inrta i- tar ftft jndor 
h«h adM»b is tht NortA (fty 



TiilaB, S % mfraedom of speech. 
naapitfi 



of tte pndetariat thatc ett be 

speech . , . flrtas, ite., 

of «ar hme piHey to ta 

|» ifea palMf^aa mt^am d town sod 

Binhwnn fr«»dom to the Femnants of the 

rfaw patey. wUdmrti uiiM *• dtetatarahir 



Virginia B«»ch SUN, Thursctoy, %m^^KtfBm \h, IWS 



ii^»,^^gi D^kCA Hmii^iiiff 
UQinibll rBVIfll fivm vn|g 



ktteiiiMei 



litte 
of Ibe pralitariaL" 

"tt it ia a apMdMi rf te iKess _„ 

tfM it (fmiikwi of iM pnas) tea not and wiB not ailiM here as kxi^ 
MiM dk:lator^ d tiie indaMiriat la to paiwr. M if )> i* • «w«t>oo 



flf te ff«ss for tte bourgedae (mUdle dass 



McAoriaa received btatecbiM' 
of arieoM degr» in edocntioa from 
te Pild*Sf IMt Teaeho? OO- 

awtfdad Ma marten degree in 
vm%Hm Nortti CaroUna State 
C^ge«Mea Memba- of tbe tee- 
ultif «f Mrt^ H^sAooL 

ik tau^ al Maury Day School 
far elaveB.yivs and was a mest- 
bar of Iba Maary Adutt^Bdacatin 
faculty ffNT tUrteen "^mn. FR4n 
WIS to 1960, he stfved as prind- 
pa kf Maisy Siasnier Seboel^aBd 
as assistant prtodpahaf Narview 
Junbr Hi^ scbod for the past flvt 
years. ^ 



d NaAom of the preaa & Ibe proleUriat. tbm I OMst a»r that you 
1^ not Qtf aao^- combry tai tfa* wcdd witti socb bcMd and com- 
pMft headuui ol the press m exists ta Urn imBtL" 

"m iam a* freedom d the pi^s ier ttie bourgartrie . . . bi« 
iHaa is anrpri^BR hi th^? Ws have never ptedgid (Hsa^es to f^aitf 
frsfdnm of tls preoa at all dMses to ttatx aO cl»ei hapnf . 
(Ours» is a ta i wiB i Baat of ane dasa. a gwwiaug^ of tbe pnMarial 
iriddi dA a ldiwlb e boM rgeoaria a ibe atarMt (rf the toflji^ " y*f 
of ~tw> ff and votub^ who repreaat^fte oveiwhehHing m^jtutty 0* «* 
popmHioii. 




Mte OrHtr Ua Award, 
dau^ter t^ Ofr. and Mrs. Genrge 
David Howard of 1141 Revere Pt 
Rd.. wiU e4«- Stephens OM^o, 
CoiuraMa, Misaoiai. fe«- her frarih 
man yetf- ]at/Br this tao^^ 



Amo^ &e otferiag fnahoaen to 
Mount tt>lyoka College. South 
Ha(&^. Massachuadte, are two 
V^^ B««N^. 0rla-4disa Siiatp 
lana LuDimov, daughter of Mr 
and Mrs. Eugei^ Li^bimov of Ara- 
guia Village; and Mi» Foatalae 
Syer, dau^ter d Mr. aad Un 
L. Crawf^ $^^ g[ W$ ^^ 
End Rd. '- *^*-* .^ --- 



"Hie liaediD' of die bourgedse writer is the freedem to sell tc 
the capttalsli. to proadbitc Ma talai^. to cater to Ae ddiaaod ta^ 
and demands of the money martat. The freedom of the prdet*^ 
writer is the real fraedom to »«rve the highest ideate of bwnani^. ftf 
best tracBttoBs of aatunal cuRure. to choose die bert laaaaa fcr lb« 
ecbicatian of the reader. Between this r«iri beedom and the taugiaar 
Iraadom d tbe luiMjwiin wfHv thne is the same irrec(»icaable of^^ 



mm as there isbe^w d>e Soviet, geniineN people's demacracy and 
ttae f^K. t^yrtoiM Ij^pooiticid bovgeaia deaMcm^r. 



"jh fouadfa^ Pravda, Lenm uid StaUn created a mif^y weapot 
in die alragi^emr a mats wortes' Bdabevik Party, and tranafofmed 
a newspaper tato a cdkstiw propaffincbst, afit^or and orga»iaer 
l^t^nr y i^t ^ 104 OTgtiniiir^ eisti/tt oirecting ux labor nwvemertf tc 
fte treat aim of oi«^ro«iwig die aolocracv <us) mid bdkiii^! socMy 
. Tbe dgantic growdi ol te pNaa h tha USSR is Uw deares 
Mr d Sodflfat democracy Mtftme fraedom of the iwress. Jbe Dol 
^levlk mm te truly tb» areas of die whole nation. In the hands o 
te boaraeeiBfe tfw iMtited word is a weapon of deception, an uutru 
meat for Ibe endlavemerrt of die peepkC and a means of eonchnMat. 
The pre^ preK of tbe sqieralist siat^k u a k>yal servmt <tf the cap- 
italist mDoopoUes, ttie moudi piece af moat uabrindled reaction . . . U»e 
Sovirt [wess is a weap&i of die peo|^ ni dw fif^t for die buiMing 
die new Bfe, for die victody of Omonaniaai. Ibe Baktevik press is die 
ahvpeat and stro^^ vraapm of omr Pai^, marehii^ in the vaoguarc 
of die Soviet pe^ and diowing it die way to realaatiw d OmnHinist 
ideahL" 



VIRGINIA nM»-4it)i 
dMm Md attrndince mariEwI kirt 
Friday's ptditte Im^ on CUj 
focBiell reapportiMBAoiL Apjptm- 
bm^y W f/awom, a few of than 
aven^'dMsena ti^^satM die meet- 

^,Wm A mai was^ ew^cmr vo 

allNllantbaaM arfn- 

Edv«pd 7. Ca- 
hr Ooaa* 

of tefte. 
▼. A 
waa tha aaly coBstitodonri' 
(hat dU aot spedfhnl^ 
iha {tek Ma said. "I don't tUnk 
dieia la a«^li« I can add la what 
liM Jam t^i" 

mmm Garland U^ten told 
:aw4 'i dM't M» daa ikii. but 

abli." 

K. MMPH, auwaaji lor 
Igidag la teca etty 

Lhe pdMe haariag. but dUT ail 
speak. 

Republicai Ray 6re^ said the 
xvsent brou^ system is outdated 
u d VHB and needs to be mod- 
snuzed. 

Gredy handed out a printed 
.-nqi dnwtaig the nme councfl £s- 
trkts which die >^gbiia RepuUi- 
^m AssesnUy propoaed with da* 
^aik of die i^aa on ttie rewse 
^de (rf die map. 



Ibe m^lni eflM «^ city 

WilUam HiidgicI A»d up and 
and ^tar U^ei^ng to ^ tba jte 
stixnilled ^ he endoriad oe 

iMa argwiant 4d dbwhybalare 
te inaalliig was eirieA IWand 
maler. oia «l Im toar iliMifb 
sediBg d» laifiiMHawmt apdte 
agaMw Iha eaaaeffs fkm. Ml said 
f te pMl was appMwai Mr the 
geaeni aiauahly aad ^^hH by 
tttt eMTta. "I aai guarjilBa you 
paamwa that it wil be gfpealed 
la die Si^^ane QuBt nd mtt just 
baaata ap«ad more asMf Id de- 
laat tt. 




"I drink we are hen !■! to la-' 
ton." repdad CeuneliBWB Hu^ 
MfcUn. 

"I dont have ttiat figure." Wta- 
,!«■ Mkled. 'Tm mxct it is a wfA 
kepi secret" . 

"It's a pdbHc recoiC HttfeK- 
d^. ' 

'TB k»k it up." 

"I don't dtak you aV httatHy 
tmd^," Kitdita aatd. 

The piMc bearing braise up 
moments after Winters' "debate" 
wMi CkMoctaan KMita. 



MARK LIVES 




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1^ Daagha Amrid Buaaa 

PoUtiea. it9% atifl say. can be 
fun. We do'ncA treat the subject 
ll^iQy, for, to tbe two bus loads 
of Democretic man and women 
'irtiD Jouraafed from " Virginia 
Bleach to Hidatwod acj] bade to 
attod the Democratic campaiga 
Kick-off Dinner Saturday ni^ 
ike trip Iras a serious one. 

It was. however, wdl-worth a 
hondred-doOar-a-plate fund raisn^ 
teslead of ^ ten ddlars tt cost, 
for die exceUoit noeal of Smidi- 
^d ham with iH^ast of chicken, 
^rii^ bear^ almadine, potatoes 
ii gratbi and laame da mentiw 
ptffait, the feUowdiip on tte Ihis. 
the pride in having our grouo 
MBgled ort as the lar^st out-of- 
town rooters, the eirtalainment 
by Mrs. Betty Francis,' Mrs. 
Jadde Powdl, and Mrs. Jody 
I VKample ard the dradng to "Tbe 
Tqwnangi" aftCTward, anty cwi' 
Abated ta tte true pwpose of 
%m ."€a 4w> <iadwin" gat to- 
|p(i^-HMii(£ was to hMir die 



Fidi Diatrkt represaata- 
t^ iraifaan M. IVick and W4^ 

District R^. Howard W. Smith 
were unal^ to be iweaeat Vir- 
^nia's Bury F. BJnrd and A. 
Willis Rotartooa sent td^rwns 
d i^^ret. Rd)«1son wii^bed mo 
cessitt "Getting a big Denoocratic 
majority far dw enfira Depa- 
cratic tldnt fai Novendm'. And 
Byrd sent "Best widies f<»- a 
flMi^ haffiy and success oc- 




i think 
of 




VA. BEMH / KUmiUi / BAYSIDi 



diarfes B. Antiitan J^.j aa 
president <^ t|ie Young Demo- 
cratic Clirtis of Virgtaia, preskied. 
tbe Rev. J. Ckxirtney aeffield 
gave die invocation. J. &rgeant 
Be^^ioJdl. Srd Diitrid cfaabman! 
weioaned die guests. Arringtm 
preMBted diitinguidied goeats— 
amoag dien Sltb^ Kdlan, hand- 
aome in wbtte dinner jacket Edgar 
4. (%amff) Oilverhause, Fraak 
Tarrall. cotvifaudor of die bus 
aovice-aH from Vfi^nia Beach. 

We wire aMia iq^ealdng ^ 
tance «f M. WiUhVi P. Kellam, 
and 9n. Kdfam, dw inaanbent 
Edwvd T. Caton III and Mrs. 
Caton, Caaneiman At»o^a.-^ 



Godwin's runbii^ main, Tnd 
G. Pottard for lieiftanaat goveraor. 
aad Rdbert Y. Buttaa for attomev 
goieral. spoks iHifefly. Polbad saki 
"di0 pei^ of Virginia tmsi adiqH 
to cfaan^. but the R^idiliear; 
tick^ sdls dOauie siddy to die 
sake d dmge." 

Button dnwed great {»-ide in 
^ record of ^ Democn^ 
party in Vii^nia pointing out 
duit die ^te tenjoys unprece- 
di»ted proqierity, "has a per 
caiBte inctme behest of »qr 
aou^pN state except Florkb 
and th^ Virginia has die towest 
unenqiloyinatf rate in the cotAtry'' 

U. tMa. 4ttia S. Godwsi Jr.. 
the ^iBMie apaaktt. daUverei^ 
his kat empi^ onrtory wttb 
at siaqei^ of pwpoae, aad a tout 
beliaf la Uacauae. He aafal. "Wi 
shad aet allow Am Demot^adc 
reoad to Vfa-^ia to b^ nud^aa' 
by tte raefcless aoisleadkig sUHa 
meni mm di^ flowfa^ fram our 
oppoMm. Wdhout way reeoid d 
their ami. ttay are fon»d to ra 
scat to die eiqiedfency of crtti 
conlg our party md tte asevr 
dlstlMritod Vii^udana ate baia 
hdp^ fariiiaa is laoord of piaf 
ress^" Be wait oa ttiA It war 



Tttwaier / poMd^ shi sodal 
penowMes. All were ^jwned and 
aiKT out^ed ta^efuUy. More 
{afoiaUy attbred vxn those at 
J&i bead table m dinner jackets 
ar^ tovdy codctail «- dinna- 



MH. ittiaobni aad nui^rthd. ^*"»^5!»te tha^ ?Ll!P*^ 



Six d Virgiraa's d^t Demo- 
' (ratk: c(»igressmen attended tha 



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VfRG^OA ^ACH^-Tloaa-year- 
3bl Itocua Karl Siaw toaka fte 
tbe piebtfe of beiddi doaan't ha? 
Wed. here's a true caae of where 
appearances are deoaMia^ 

When Mark waa 5 moidha aid. 
IM was v«7 doae to daiA daa 
to havii^ undiagBoaed Cyrtk: Fl>- 
rosis. He was not abk to diisfrii 
die mitrienti be n^dad to gro« 
becauae he ladnd die necesstfy 
enzymes in his di^i^e juk»s 
to pmpe^ 4i4Besi and asatoiOate 
ais food. He was w Uqr md yet 
itt af^i^te was very lar^. He 
lad K) real res[»rat(My latMems 
except for miU cMs so Cy^ 
Vftmia wmn lai^dad # fial 
-u^ d waa iteaat ton lata. 



tar and by die doctors at dto Tide- 
water Cystic Fibrosis dbde a^ieh 
is^kicatod m Poztanoudi G^aend 
itoqittaL l!w CUnic is getfad fa> 
care for die patieirta and eduartf 
dta psvpto-tf to dia dLio^iQ^iBL. 
regimes diat must ba taitored to 
& each padent asaA to coop^a^a 
i». any wa^ wdb didr ta^viflail 
doctn^. 

Widi mai^ Ibai^ to miagr 
peqpk who know Qntk Flbreii^i. 
and idio am liNnmi^ more ataH 
tt didly. Maik is aflve today. Ha 
is an altft hi4K7 Utde boy adio 
% intesaaled in eve-^bing A>«t 
Ml worM. _, 

ffispaHidr'K atf HATJSte 
W. Shaw. 490 Daup^ -Lane, jl*i 
d!t»s parent of ddblre»« with ^is 
(b^ diaseBi sirring diat Mialt 
la hop»lkat raaaaiab aaa fkad a 
ciB% or dt least a tttdxd. 

Mark wfll neaer be «afad ttt 
there is bqw for tha d#l^ af 
tomocTow. Yoar dwatioas ta fte 
Nitiond C^dc FitoMU IhfA 
IMva wiU faiigr even oKHe htpe 
fw those vdiD sM&c fx9» CUP. 




at 

af aVH7 4h|la teat iAn 
m &m l^rtaiy. ba «a« pnt an a 
)^ poHaa. lavr fat dbt and med^ 
e^on arbieh hvaa beoi a j^ 
]f a propam faand to Ma aaid» 
0e tahaa dpattaa msam m 
sdier aMdkaltoM ospataatfy to 
toephbaas free as poaiAte fkam 
sflUa aad tta severe dingesa of 




caadUates can find noOing good 
to t«D oiir peqile dxwt Viifbite ' 
And ha pram^ Aat "we ^ud^ 
let tba people know that diere i' 
much right with our atate aadjbat 
a aedd fouadadoB baa bean laid 
for Vligbp to move ahe«! intr 
9 W^ future." Apip-eittly re- 
{^c»« to^VtfigHda'a jna^ve rr 
aigtoaoe ara aad tte days d 
wdbsA da^m^ CMwto saki "what 
baa toae^^ad in te pi^ ve cm 
PD| cbai^. We mast kmk to di 
Wxsa-abBaaat teaw behind dw 
(Ui^ we eaanot undo." 
< CkArai lad no quard Wttb die 
4MA« of Vfrginia Rqaddk-amn 
far a baoiiait^ sy^mtf, but he 
da^MBd diat RapabHeans "should 
mtn the reannb diay aedt" 

fin te sbvpte for the ff^ 
v^A df iS» 1MS-U. no one has 
aofSt a fttdi fv n^ ai^a a 
sbaiaeter to his p^^hlMrial - 
and, «a igree, bitt oar nanda 
ana* eartite^ ^i«wd aid our 
llHlta ngiteMd by Oda aftamoon 
and eveab« d gatdng die Uttia 
dpnhv laM^ to ont^aQc. out- 
m, ifti «!*««*» ^ ahphaatMn 



One diiag di^ aiaana ao «iA 
to fte pareato k to have Maik 
ratehed so attatttai^ 1^ hk doc- 

unm Kmm 

BAYSIDE-Tlie Wwnan's Sodety 
^f Ouistian Servke d Baylal^ 
Mdhodtot Cbnrcb mtt haU a 
"Covered DWi lapper " S . 
3 at 7:tt p.m< to die aadti bad 
if tbe ihgiN*. The pt tial da ii r aad 
vhsa pMttlaat of fta laiia^. ■»• 
W. h. Oae-^real aad 1^ C. R. 
Pra% are efH^n^mm, 

Tbia 1^ ba a '*iMiAiy fieh- 
■M." "Ae Woaan's Soel^ is c^ 
\1rad4 diffi* lah ^ to n taer s M y ^ 
yaaf . AH maohers of tte cboR^ 
sre invited to ^teaA 
w^ ta^ a coi^rad dlift. 

fafete wfll ba »l ap a^ad- 
tag to tha panriNn bMhftv 

aadk tdUa 1^ he ia fci^ 
widi ^ moCtt. 

Iha AduH rUbwahip Sun«||g^ 

gehoqi m— . «* *he diareb ml^^ 

tnld a .m Social'* 

fte ch a saptanftar a 



VIRGINIA HBACH ~ Rnbart B. 
Siriftam. a MiMl iMkpd af 
Vlii||iiiii l^aeh aad Ibalv aaa of 
dia late 14 and Mrs. eaary Smidi 
of Lymhmii. baa ralMtiai «|e 
Navf alMir twaoty 



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ii ■MMHdy 
yim^ A ^air farft a 
iarvice Ow'paialfegL 9a 
wtth «a Aliaf 
Co. ^ is Treasurer of fte invest- 
mmt firai of Feicbee. Sn#ison 
and Baaa^ Inc. 

Chiaf apodbaoa gndaaMl |mm 
OwanaaWiSdiMtoJIIarfat- 
taaded ■H^'aaaaHft Aaada" 
i«y dkd Viraiaia HHHRb. iMlt- 
Se. HaaiiBatodltTlka.Ifiw ia 
I9« and at die dme of bia mteo> 
umnt bad baaa advancad to dtoder 
CUaf nre CaoM Taoftpkdan. 

cauaf Snidtoon recdvad the "Bi- 
structor of die Year" award to 
196 whde teadibis fta 
OCHcKTs cour 71 Neck, 

baa raeafved nuniaroua 
ttBw'far bis arefldeocv b 
bMdos and i ViSif 



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QragracM^ uui dragging fans 
fr«n six itatM wiU Oocfc to the 
^^■ia Beach Draffway tills 
S^iiay ^1^ for the Southeast- 
ern R^fawal Fall diain[rfoi)^i» 
of the Ajnericao Hot Rod Asaod- 

A convoy of 40O an is expect- 
ed !«■ the title runs at the tradi 
locatai at Qreeds. 

Jack Ddmi, 6» trade pro- 
moter said. "tUt is the firsl 
ttne the SoutlMBstan R^ooab 
have l)een held in Tidewgpr. ' 

Hie foD lineup of super-^bck 
nd stodc classes will see actim 
Satm^y nij^ and DeLoi^ uft 
tboA 90 tnijphiei j^ be ifarded 
bi 75 Meruit daatM! 

Even the trofriiies will be Ung- 
siiea. Ddxiag said, "We wiU 
have tbree to four fiwt dfaidnator 
trofihte fflid we esqwd ears froni 
jdl 0ver tfw E!aat Coast 

NetloBCs Hank Haddns win be OB 
eMmm «Hft his sq>er<faffl|^ 
M^ HMck has tiffoed 19 



qieeds oi 156 miles per hmir in tiie 
quarto* mile. 

Two otha- local db-ivvs Uiat will 
oxnpete in the di^npkmi^ps are 
Charlie Falk and his "Hustler." 
and Pop Whitt in the "Sly Fox." 

In otl»r local racing news, Tide- 
water's biggest thrill ^e^r dem- 
edition derby will kick off its 
secmd derby, Sunday Sept. 26, at 
Moyoek Raceway. , ^ J 

litis eveiA is bdng sponsored 
by the Aragona liodge No. 1196 of 
the Loyal Ord» of &fo(»e, and 
{ffoceeds will be und for Ite 
Moose Lodge buiding ftiod. 

Between M' and 60 cars are 
tt^e^edte Intend tte derby and 
a pune of SQO doO^ will be 
awarded witih 900 dollars going to 
first {dace. 

Baoe ttae at Uayodk k 8:00 
p.m. mi you nuqr yet- your tick^ 
by ecntading ny member of tiw 
Lo^ or 1^ bu^ag theni at the 
gate. ^ 



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iMt Friday 

XThta 



Back Bay 
Applications 

To Be Issued 

RICHMOND - Beginning Sep- 
tonber 20 the Osmmisrtm of 
Q«me and Inland Fi^)«iM wUl 
»e^ applications far watwfowl ' 
htmt ctetes on its PocriwiMas ami 
Trojan WateHowl MamgnMnt 
Areas on Ba<A Bay, according to 
Game Division Chief H. R. Cra». 
Af^UcaUons mu^ be sutm^ted 
on official forms available on tiiat 
date from the Game CtHnmi^ion's 
Richmond Office or from tlw 
Tro)Bn-Pocahontas Heli^arta^, 
c/o Area Manager Otto Habtead, 

Virginia 23457. Requests received 
prior to Sq>taiiber 20 will be held 
and proper forms mail^ <m that 

di^ -. \ ■ 

A total of 10 blincb m the 
Trojan Area and 5 blinds on Poca- 
hontas, ^di accnnmodating up 
to 3 hunters will be avaHi^le 
each day. Preferred dates wiD 
be awarded by means of a draw- 
ing in late Octobtt*. Hunters «1« 
urged to indicate second and 
third choices since these will be 
considered as the applicaticms are 
drawn in the event the prrferred 

di^ is alree^ filled. Hiinters 
will be noUfied of their reser- 
vations fc^wing the drawing. 

Hunters will be required to sub- 
mit their $3 daUy blind fee by 
check or money order payable to 
the Treasurer , of Virginia along 
with their application. Refunds 
will be made in cases wl^re res- 
ervations cannot be granted. Htint- 
ers applying for the Pocahcmtas 
Area where guides and decoys 
are furnished are expected to 
pay an additional $20 guide fee 
on the morning ol the hunt. No 
mOTe than two advance reserva- 
tkms wUl be granted to any one 
ai^Ucant during this dra\it^. 




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VIRGINU BEACH ^ma Frl- 
dfajririgbt will see ^ action at 
m beat wfaen tiie Vir^ida Bends 
^ "Seaiwwb" aaeet tfaef Ndr- 
Mk Acataej "BfHAa^" hat fn 
^%iUa Bench. 

Oam^H on bodiiiaia are fl|^ 
vmts abo* « wta fMsif, %b^ 
taflA 9^mk W to do n nuijar x4- 

fnlBMIlir 'ififr tfrti 'itt"' 

ibiim, t» ^ Sedwite are: 
Endkm Bi«tt wd Raa^a Pul 
hy: '^Mm Mm Rsoiaao tai 
Jan? mMburab Gutfdi Bob Ha- 
bW4 ApB Klt#i, and Wte mx- 
o^ Cmusm te^ B^ariMrou^ 
md I^.^ymswdt^y; ftada Bed 



die Blak, Don Eb-adky, Windsbw 
Stidtoiam, «id -ibn Toddl 

StaHtng f«r ttie Bulkbgi are: 
Badi Ktoric Flahtfty md Ted 
llood; Taddas Fhfl Anud^son and 
KOg^ jMod: Guards John Cop- 
Mdge and Tcnn Batd^der; Crater 
Jeff Edwards; Backs Casey Jones, 
inSi Stacey, Earle Austin and Bill 
Mayo. 

IIm Seahawks are ui^r the 
guidffiice of Iwad coach Im Breed- 
knre and the BuMag brad mentor 
is Royce Jones. 

Footiwll fans will be in for 
foottMO at tts best wiien these two 
tt^HX^ teams meei Friday night 
at Virginia Beach High 



"Hep" Joins 
WKVK Staff 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Neptune 
quartffltadt Gene Dahlqpiist, has 
Jdned the staff d Radio Station 
WKVK as its ^rts director, ac^ 
cording to general manager Allan 
G. McL^w. > 

Dahlquist will give his vi^ws 
on ^rts on a daily program, 
Monday through Frid^, at 8:15 
a.m. wid 4:15 p.m. The show will 
featur^ professi(Mial football in 
general, especially the Norfdk 
Neptunes. 

Dahk|uist, a graduate oi the 
University of Arizona, will be a 
year-round member of the WKVK 
staff. 



TariMi (Jodc Mahsney) 
tt^ lUdty Der fren a tem[^ 
wkidi Is allMNit to be cagnlied 
In flttnes la eae rf ttie exeMag 
mmnots ai Mdre-Gddwyn* 
Mayer's aew adveBtare-Amui. 
"TanaB's llnee OMDMges." 
Mast fliriniBg aad misaai of 
dl the papular Tanaa ^ctores, 
M, was ^ned to JtMcMalac jod 
Ifyatoo^ eirtlrely «■ laMMaM 
ia exotic ItuBaad. / , 

PRINCESS KIDDIE 7 
TIME SATURDAY - 

LYNNHAVEN - Tarzan, (Jock 
Mahoney) all-time fav(»-ite to kids 
of all a^ will star in TARZAN'S 
3 CHALLENGES this Saturday 
morning at Princess Kiddie IHme. 

Now half thrmigh its second 
year, Kiddie Time is «itertaining 
huni-eds of Iwys and girls every 
we^. Programs specially sdedr 
ed for the entertainment of young- 
sters include 45 minutes of stage 
activity with interviews, ganies, 
prizes and dancing to Qte music 
of local Teen-Band Grmips. 

Many pictures are clM)sen to 
play at dw request of the duklrra 
and vary in variety frwn Fairy 
Tales, to C<»nedy, animal stales, 
He-Man, Science Fiction and 
monster {^ograms. 

Paroit and adult groups are in- 
idted from ttne to ttae to #«^4ew 
and cmnment <»i the quality of 
entertainment provided. 

By far the howls cS excitanent 
and ^ee e^h SiMurday naming 
from 9:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at- 
test the success of Princess Kiddie 
Hme. zziZIim 




SPEAK Mm 



Lkutenant Oownor Mb E. 
Godwin,' 3r. Md Dukgatg f^ 
I^>llard, Dmocratle m^kiUM for 
fovoDMr and lieuMnnt pmitm, 
vM tpMk diarta^{ tfae coidBf wedt 
to audience acroaa the §tate. it 
was amoivced^o^ by Cwmp^zn 
Manager WaUo G. Ifiks. 



Hw cMim B t wiQ ifipear ta 
Gain, Dirirfin, Craig Cou^, Bidi- 
mcmd. Chase Oty, Virpua Bmch 
and Williamsburg, acoHtting to 
MUes. 

Godwin's sdiedule inchides an 
mkh-Ms Ml "nnffsday, S^. 33, 
12:00 fiom at the Cavalier Hotd. 
Virginia Beach Woman's Club. 

PoUard will spptar with the 
Donocratic gidbernatoial Cttidi- 
dato at Galax. DuUin mi Wil- 
nanafcurg. - ' 

Miles also announced the ap» 
pranuiieiii )jx. uuve more penons 
to the Speakors Bui«au far ttw 
Godwin-I^dlard-B(tft<» riunpaign. 
niey are State SraatiMr William B. 
Hopkins of Roandw, former nfnm- 
ber of ttie Hmise of Dd^atM Felbc 
Edmunds of Waynesboro, and Mrs. 
CaToU Kem 9>acld«ford, of Or- 
ango, a Culpepo- attorney and wife 
of the innnediate past presidait of 
the Virginia St^ Bar. Delegate 
Geor^ N. MciMath of Accomac 
County is tSiairman oi the Spodi- 
ers Bureau. 



MEETS . MONDAY 

VQUrlNIA KCACH— TIm regular 
monthly meeting of the Virginia 
Beach-Linkhom Nei^Awrtiood As- 
sociatitm. Girl Scout OtHincil of 
Greate* Tidewater, will be held on 
Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Vir- 
^a Beach Methodbt Churdi. 

Nei^iborhood iweds and ways (||. 
meeting tiiem as well ^ troq> 
oi^anization vdll be discussed. 

Min Lodse Adams, Coundl staff 
member, will be in ^tendtnce. 

All leada^, assi^aitf leaders and 
troq> committee menribers are 
urged to attoid. 



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A na^ $ WiQme Cqub^ Ndfth 
CaroUM. iiw was a dai^Mer of 
thi li^,Cuit aiKl Mrs, SariA ^- 
v^Ti^ And ^ wMdw d SiAi«y 
G. Fall. She h«l Ww IJvtag in Vi^ 
giiria Beach for Ac pmA S ymn 
and was i IfathotSst, 

^irviving are sm dau^tfer, Mrs. 
E. R. ^un^rs (d Vir^a Beadi, 
one sister, Mrs. Fl^y ^u» oi 
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Steers To Be 
Distributed 

VIRGINU BEACH - Steers In 
the aamMkl 4-H Jtmior Bteer {Mtjject 
sp om s nd by tl^ Virginia Bead) 
QuuiA)^ d C omme rce's Agi^nil- 

to partMpatii^ yi(MJnpt@^ this 
Satuntey at the M. R Adams' 
F«nn in Vlr^da Bead), k has 
been announced by Htmard J(mes, 
Chianba- committee chairmaa. 

The junkH- ^er program fai a 
^it venture of the Virginia ^ach 
and diesfipeake Chambers of Com- 
merce and this year the diow and 
sale in May will be held in Vir- 
ginia Beadi. 

Eighteen youi^ters have signed 
for the program this year in Vir- 
gtaia Beach, Tlwy will re^ve their 
sta^r* Saturday morning ct 10 
o'clock. Mayor Frank A. Dusch 
BUA Chancier Presidait A. B. 
Qkws are scheduled to be present 
for the distributicM) ceiwaei^ at 
the Adams' Farm. 

Members of Ae Vii^inia Beach 
a»nmittee, in adAtion to Jones, iif- 
^■de A. B. Oews, M. R. Adams 
W. H. BritHn^iam, E. R. Cock- 
rdl. R, H. DeFo^, Jr., George 
fWt^. W. Oaak Fining Ralph 
L. FPost, Skbey Krega-, C. J. Lee, 
jybln R. MaiMies. R P. Midgett. 
I^er MuDdoi, J. Curtis Payne, 
Jiftn W. Po»a-, Frwds Lay, Har- 
old DuriMBn. Frjuik Stewart. John 
M. Potter. Earl 'W>ault, B. H. 
Bridges and EUza L. Saster. 



BATSID£ CHRIsmH 

BAVSO^ ^ the Bay side 
ChrisUm Ohurdi cddwated ttieir 
lift itoniversary last Sunday. 
Fallowing the U?QO tLxa. wor^ip 
serHce a famUy^piciA: was heki 
•*tm B» church teiMi. 

Tltt "Break Tlirot^ Visitation 
Team" vWted the official board 
mei^hig d the dninA m Monday 
ni^. n is expected tfiat more 
wfll be heard about this program. 

the Womb's Circlles of the 
clwrdi are nneetlng tUs wedc. 
Ckds No. 1 met Tuesday morn- 
ing ai. 10:90 a.m. with Mrs. 'Ellen 
ioi^bn, liermttage M 

S. S. CONVEMHON 

BAYSffl[«~The Ri^onal Sunlay 
Scteol Convttrticm k in progress 
it Talbot ^* Baptist Church 
from 9:30 a.m. until 3.300 p.m. 
Ddegates from Bayside Baptist 
Church will be in attendance. 

T$ni^t Kid the followii^ Thurs- 
day n^, SeptenAer^ 43, a 
volunteer work session will be 
twld at tile church for bo^ men 
and women. They will be pointing 
trails in the new Education Build- 
ing at Bayside Baptish Oiurch at 
7;00 p.m. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH ~ CUftor 
SteWMt Caam of 717 GoMsboro Av 
ewM. dtted ai his home Ia>t w(}cl< 
lAai- a ki^ illn^i. 

A native tfwJ Mfek»g resident o! 
Prtac^a Amie Comty mi Vinpiia 
BesKh, he was a am (tf ths late 
OUtoo W. and Mrs, SaUie Wood 
bouH Casn and tiie hisband d 
Mrs7 Sadie Alien Cason. He was u 
manhGT d Uie Grace Brethren 
Church. 

&UTiving besides his wife arc 
four srais, Clifton Wrl^t Cason of 
Wichita. Kansas; Adirey W. Ca- 
son of Langley Air Foree Ease, and 
Ronald R. Casra and David ^w 
art Cason, both (d Vu-ginii Beach: 
four sisters, Mrs. Vernon Tillet 
Mrs. Sarah Lei^ Newman and 
Mrs. Franc^ Iser, all of Virginia 
B^di. and Mrs. Allen TiHett of 
Kitty Hawk. North CamliHa; and 
four granddtilihren. 

The body was removed to the 
Ma^tas Pimeral Hcma A funeral 
.•^rvice was c«iducted Saturday at 
the Giace Brethrai Chuidi by the 
Rev. A. Harold Arlington, pastor. 
Burial was ki |''breat Lawn Cdne- 
tcry, Norfoft. 




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VIRGINIA BEACH - Mrs, Sadie 
Lee ft^tt Hogbin, 72, of 904 Uttle 
Bay Ave., the widow of James 
E. Ho^in and a daughter of Jess 
Mortimore and Mrs. Elizabeth 
DaytoB Pratt, died Tu^ay at 
12.06 a.m. in Portanouth Naval 
Hospital. 

A native tf Hardy Oointy, We^ 
Virginia, she ftveA hett IS ^rs. 

Surviving . are four daubers, 
Mrs. Mable Nimmo. and Mrs. Er- 
valie Aungst of Norfolk; Mrs. Hel- 
en Jackson oi Chesapeake, and 
Mrs. Cfaievieve Oawford of' Vlf*^^ 
ginia Beach; four sods, Boyd Hog- 
bin ol Midkiff^ Va., Brooke Hog- 
bin of Broduj*. Carl Hogbin of 
PrtarAurg, W. Va., and Eugene 
Ho^i^ of the Air Force in Ger- 
many; a sister, Mrs. Bessie ^Ug- 
g^nan of Rig. W. Va.: a luroth- 
er. Walter Pratt of Elkins, W. Va.; 
and 21 grandchildr«i. 

A fimeral servfce will b* heW in 
H. D. Oliver FWieral Apartmfflto, 
Virginia Bea<A, today at U aJfft 
1^ the Rev. John^ne L. Cc^^odc 
of Kcsnpsville PreAyteriw 
CJiurch. BipaMrill fe to Rose- 
wood Memorial Park. 



He^ TfernSivill ^MW Reefi 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Paying li 
vi^t to Oafilee Parish in Vir^nla 
Beach will be Q» Rt. Rev. David 
Benson Reed. BisAop of C^anbla 

TOURSUNDM 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The aecowJ 
bus tour of the area to acquaint 
rae new teachers of the Virginia 
Beach |Wblic sdiool systwft wiD 
be heki l^ttiday. ^*^ - 

TT»ey are scheduled to meet at 
Princes^ Anne Egh scbod atf, 
I p.m. and will tmir ^ Naval 
Ba» ffiid the Naval Air Statfon 
in Norfolk and the Little Credt 
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VmGINIA BEACH - A funeral 
service for Cecil Van Blarcom o 
1817 Mabef Lane, who died Monday 
in Portanouth Navd Hospital, -xiV 
be heW today at ScfM Manorial 
Methodist Churdi at 3 p.m. H. D 
Oliver Fun<:«^ Apartn^its wiUJti^ 
in chs^e. the Rev. H. Wark Off- 
ry will condwA the service and 
burial wiU be in PriiMjess Anne 
Memorial ftrk. 

' Surviving are his widow, Jfrs. 
Harri* San^i* Van B|arcom d 
Virginia Beadi; two dau^^irs, 
Mrs. William D. H«auy d Arl^- 
\m aM Mra. Irvln Nelron d Vir- 
ginia Beach; a stepsirter and ftNir 
st^brothers. 

He was a retfrdl Navy drid and 
had worked in me Industrial Rda- 
tions D^artmem of little Cfeek 
Amphibious Base. 



KINGS GRANT-The first melt- 
ing of King's Grant Parent-Teach- 
«• Association will be keld Mon- 
di^ evaang at 8 p-m.. W'A the 
president, Mrs. Gilb«t friataiHi, 
presiding. % 

Hie principal, Ann Linds^, wfll 
be introduce m^ the sdwol 
faculty. 



and Bisb(^teCharge m EoM^r. 
mhoj^ R^ will vnuA ^ ser^ 
m4^n k Galilee EpiK^ttl Onircb, 
mi and Pactfk. m Sm^, M the 
11:00 a.n. imk». 

A n^iv« d tWw, 0«jiWi». he 
received Ms B.A. d^rm from 
Harvard Unhrerftity In Mt and bte 
B.D. htma Vlr^iia Ttwok^cal 
Seminary in Ml. Folto«*« Ml 
ordibatwn to ttie ^lesOiaod, PM- 
^ nMu OTPreQ vanoiB cinviw* 
in the Panama Cmri Ikme «Wt 
amraiting Ms rodent viia fnr 09- 
Innbia. ' 

Bis^ Reed, a jmr after Ms 
ministry b^an in CokJBibia hi MO, 
was named Archdeacon. Kte served 
ittlhat capacity until 1^ when 
he r^urned to tiie Untted ^ates. 
Here, for four years he put hu 
vast experience in the niiMion fidd 
to work in the QversMui D^>ai1r 
ment of the N^ional CoMncii d 
the Prole«ait ^rtwifrt Owrcti, 
where he swved until bdwmx'im 
vicM- d St. MatAew'S Owch^ 
Ri^id City, South DakMa. wMefc 
has a ^edominantly Anaaric^n In-. 
dian Coo^t^atkni. 

Bishop Meed was dected^ to tha 
episcopate in November, 1963. Jih* 
prior lo his election, the aitu-e Re- 
pute of C^kmMiia was demgnated 
a new niissiwiary district d Uie 
fcjpiscopal Churcn. TlK Epbcqial 
Cfturch had been notaistaring to 
C^n^ since 1945, but iU wm-k 
flShad been ctutuied niainly to 
Anglo-Amencan persons. Witii Ae 
coDsecratioii of Bi£n<^ Reed as the 
Arat Blijhq} d the Misw>iuu7 I>s- 
trict d tkilotnbia in 1934. tte 
Churdi began to expai^ its minis- 
try to the republics 14,000,600 Co- 
kofibians. Bishojpi He«l ha» also 
been appofti^ to lerve as &sbff^ 
in-Charge d EctnicH-. 

Visiters are' invited to attend 
^sidi^'s 11 o'clock service at Gail- 
teo Cmadi to hear this vitid young 

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TWO-RAIL RUSTIC FENCE 




Nota fcow gnwetiinf fUi teaef 
takcf tlM evTft, Vp nnd dawm 
tomlB •qnallj wgMaUa. 

ARTISTIC --DURABLE 

No npk«ep roqnirvd for this long-life fence. The longer 
it afes the more beaotiful it becomes. Eeay to inttell. 
Full .iastmctions furnished. 

BILL MACDONALD'S "^ 

V BIRDNECK ROAD 

Virghda Blach 
Lumber & Sulipiy Co. 

'lumber and Plywood cut to size" 

Reputable Contrectora aad Carpenters 

GA 8-2961 

<^m SAtURDAYS-AU I^Y . 
HARDWARE- BUILDING ^TERIALS 
Befter Homes Ind Gardens Ic^ Center 



Marine Ca|>tabi (Near W. BrlU 
to<q. 9M af MV. md M|s. 0. W. 
Britten 8t. of 100 Aj^m Ave' 
Due Is aerving with tte ^H Ma- 
rine AirexafI Wb« at IbeBariiie 
ConM Atar StatioB,^ IwakriU, 
Japan. 

Ihe wing [HwvMea avlatka la- 
^btlpal and tactk^a2 aappirt to, 
the Tlilrd Marine BivWon wWeb" 
«H>erates oat ef (Ndaawa. Rto^ 
unte of tlw wtf v« iroV'dhig 
air raiipMi for ttie ^HM Dhrl^ 
sioD fflf al|ii^ foM m VM Nam. 



coaniMmEALTO op viMginia 

fai Ae Clerk's OMce of (be CIr- 
cttH Court af dw City of VtglBia 
M Ac 14th day a( Sir 

diier d Fttbbcattai 
WSim T. GBE30RY. 
Plants 



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Oil Co. 

Call: 
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Day or Night 

— serving the 
mim IJigest City 
In the 
United States 

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Pfi^WUM 

HEATir^Oli, 



SPENGBai M. WtSSORY JR.. 

The ^jBd d Uiis i^ is to ob- 
tiiA a divorce a me^a et ^oro' 
to tie merged into 8 divorce a 
vinculo noatrirwmit fran saki de- 
fendant, upon the grounds tf wiU- 
fid "d^r^n and ahaadatamni oa 
November 15th, 1963. 

And an affidavit having been 
nnade and filed Uiat tlw d^idMt 
is a non-resident of the ^ate d 
Virginia, tf» Mat tawra poa* of- 
fice adckr^ bei^: c/b, Gtam 
Sewi^ Star Route B, Homor, 
&bl, tt is pidered thai he do 
appear here %iWn ten <10) days 
after due paMcatlon ha«rf. md 
^ whatttmay be necessary to 
prtrf£ct his interest in tUs sutt. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOfc« V. FENTRESS, dert 
JOHN V. Ffflrttess. Clot 
By i!ary M. Whtte; D.C. 
fine, Fine. Legum, Schwan & Fli» 
Law Building, *' 

Norfolk, Virginia »-li^ 

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ouvimonwealTh (tf* vnll^aA 

fa tiyClerki (MHec «f ii^OJ^ 

em CvSt of the iCIty «l fiiiMt 
Beadi. ai the lath diay H Sap' 
(anba*, liS!. 

, IMer of PiriiBcitfiaB 
tY WHITFIELD » 

, .WORTH, JR., 
: IHahwR, 
^ gainst 

IBANC&S WMR 
iTALL«W)RTH. M 

Defence 

i|he (^|ect of th&suit is to ^ 
tain a Jlwrf^ a ^daeolo i^^ 
mooii fran tt« a^M ^^^^^ 
\^m the ground d omefty and 
(KH»tAi(^e d^^Mi. 

And m affiAMt faa^ baw 
miKfe and filed thsA the ddmimA 
is a non«esideitt d the S^te d 
Virginia, ti« lai^ hmm post d-, 
flee aifafa'^s beii%; 140 Nwwood' 
Aveiiue,' Sl^^ B4»tdi, 1^^. 
ft is mUnd that idie do ai^a* 
here withu 4c» (W) d^s after 
im ^blicainn hereof, and $o 
vAat nwo' We J^cc^Matfy to pro- 
tedt .Ite' a^re* io ttus fflt 

A i^pyfc-T^^: '' 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Ctei* 

By Mary M. WhMe, D.C 
Fine, Fiae, Legum. S^vffii ft Ru 
Law 6tdl(fii^ 
Nwrfolk. \nr^a 9-»4t 

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sobi bid. Vbry high CAIdP. See 
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tte tidewator AsaodaUoo of 
^Herae BuOden vfll ipaBMr the lo- 
cal olwa^aBec of tkt Uth AihmmI 
KatlQiial Home Wtak. Seisteoibtt 
tl-ltth. iWs will be a part of a 
aattoBwide fromtioi initt^^ I7 
te NaUonai iteaeciation ol Hont 
BiMrv. vKh nblcfa tba Tidewater 
Asaedatkn to afBUitod. r^ 

llris ptmtMaa focuses taterart 
n iww honea, wd on the {Nx^ren 
ii«iich the ioduatry has made toi 
didr d^pi wd coMtnK^oo. 

Honw Iwiliteii here have the 
dose co(^)R^tion (rf tfie 43.000- 
member NAHB from lU headquar- 
ters in WMtogtoo, D. C. in tfw 
i^stiiik ^<#t ^ ^went new modd 
homes to tiie pobUc. and to empha- 
■ze the in^ioriance of the tone 
buiklii^ \tSatay in the ^franuni- 

Today there U ffvalt» vari^ in 
deaiiD and combructkn (tf hcones 
atom vm belore. Today's buyer 
has a wiier lelaction of modem 



the 



mMwiab whidi mMw 
home mai« Uv^di. 

BaiUara, top, have made many 
advance in the intaio- arrai^e- 
vn&A d rooms to increase coove- 
nlenei voA liv^Uty. 

NAIS, of «4^^ the local home 
hidden aMociatlon is a part, car 
riaa on a r^Mrch {Ht>gram to find 
ba^r ways to build mm homes 
and better materials and systetm 
to uae to building than. 

Ite objective la to improve tt^ 
quaUty nd kiwR- to co^ <rf homei 
-not only ttte fint cost biA opet^ 
ytmd co^ M weU. Builders rm- 
iiae that ttits is the way to expand 
j^dr mark ka and toep new homes 
fas (famand. 

Studies show that today's new- 
home buyer wK only gets better-or- 
ganized spMe in a new home; he 
gets more house for the mmey. 

Tills has mK been easy for iHUld- 
era to aMffe, witii land uid build- 
ing cOite g(ril^ t^)-4Mlt iMiflders 



hare apply the new ideas whkA 
frow out of associs^ ^ort. 

•n^ have worked to "hold Uie 
co^ line" mid at the sffine time 
meet housing needs. 

Tl w m arke t r tfaey find. ^ more 
competitive than evw before, and 
tiiey must stay up with modem ad- 
vances to constructkHi. financii^ 
and martetlrfg to meet the grow- 
ii^ axnp^tion. 

Wh«i NatJoial Home Week was 
new, back in 1948. new h(»nes wo-e 
in dwrt supply. Today it is a "buy- 
er's market." 

Builders here have the advantage 
<rf NAME'S program <)f Jand use 
research, which is finding methods 
wB^mi^ for a b^er edfflmu- 
nity. 

In new laibdivisions more land is 
being set aside for common recrea- 
ticHial use of the hone owners in 
ttie development, Tlie iKWie owrors 
thus boi^, and ttie ccnnmunity is 
aided In dfforts to halt the bli^t 



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CAREFREE UVING. .. 



E. 0. Ayres. ovmer and founder 
d the Ay«ii Insilittta^ & Supi^ 
Co.. Ktopted the policy, early in 
business, of doii^ quality work 
with the motto, "No Job is better 
than the man who dot» it" 

C^rl McCtoa Jr., ^wal mana- 
ger, says this attihkfe has been 
rewwding. for thdr sales krtx 



of urban ^rawl. 

NAHB cwiducts ^int res^rch 
with manufacturers m a natitaal 
scale, and has bro(^t many man 
ufacturers into a concerti^ pio- 
gram with builders to in^n>ove new 
Imxtws. As a remit, improved prod- 
ucts are going into new homes M 
ev^ pr& lev^ 

Visitors to model .'homes in this 
area during Nrtional Home Week 
can see tar then»ehr^ the mean- 
ir^ of the thane adc^ted tor N9- 
tion^ Heme We^-"Better Living 
Begins When You Qw^ A ¥^ 
Home." ^ 



am) tnidi eomidanent of oie has 
Naatonal Bkig. at Hfll Top. 
grown to bearta the set^ l«f - 
«rt in materiid piutduoe hi (he 
Tidewater, Vir^Ua and CaroUoas 
«^as. 

In to past toee ymn to flim 
baa more than doidiled Its grow. 

Wh0i the insulation d oU hornet, 
was to primary type of ^vwk duw 
Aj^^ was anung to ftrat to' 
■l^ach to barrier in new residen- 
tial work with to geiwral contrac- 
tor. Begimiing with to application 
of c^mg inaulaUcm. hemes mw 
receive exterior walls and floor 
material as weU. 

In apartment unUs to partttiwi 
~ "WaUs are often Ineluded Ito a sound 
control barrier. This is also used 
to music rooim. nurswies. ete. 
WWle still primarily a firm for res- 
idential insulation, in receirt years 
toy have held major government 
contracts in this area. Currently 
toy are doing to insulating-sound 
contrd for to First Cokmial Pro- 



Horaee A. Ci#ap|wr at Hi. iHe 
B, ^ of Ken^m^ BoroMgb; tax 

Laon LandM^ to Catorto # 
Laa^oer. lot C, bkxdt D. plat tf 
North Holtes: tax WM. 

BUly Buddv Costto et ih to Car- 
men R. Mfato, Jr., et ux, kit 12 
btack 18, piat of Podtontas Vtt 
lage: ttt 130.10. 

, CkOBir Qimismen et ux to J^ 
Jay Kinder ct ux, ate IB, jdat 
of Unli#; tax |21. 

Harry fteoky COnxMtrtkm to 
Frank S. ilrumtti et ux. lot 9. plat 
of Kings Gnnt sec^ SA; tax 10.70 

Secam Corrxvatlon to Margue- 
rite Baytos, site 231, plat of Bird- 
reck Poini; tax 115. 

Scott Constnictitm Corporation 
to Charril W. Castle A ux,M 1 
block D, plat of Great fieck Ea- 
totes sec. 5; tax 122.50. 

T & M Cort-tructNi Co^atten 

T & M Construction Corporation 
to John W. Crand et ux, lot 14S, 
plat of Soutom Points sec. 3; tax 
$46.35. 

Mary C. Hogan to James C. 




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The Secret is out . . . 

THERE'S WATERFRONT 
AT PEMBROKE MANOR! 

Beautiful Land . . . Beautiful View . . . Beautiful 
Homes ... but hurry . . . only a few are left! 




rm ^^^6m\m star, mM $i4.9So 

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WINDSOR 

$14,500 

OTHER HOMES 
$14,500 to $19,900 


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BOULfVAKOftll.'AClNT 
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HIGH SCHOOl' jusr 
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NORFOLK AND 
1? MILES FROM THE 
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lodtvMd •* ChlncM Cernsr, then Ivft en H«ll«nd 

Home Or *«in riflirt «# Virginia •••ch •oulavard 
hi froat «f Aragona SMP<"9 Cantw. 

NO lOWM PAYMBITS TO YETS 
VMHA-MSHryiCE LOiiNS 
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VA.FHA ' 3-fioiiooMiJi/ciciuifcif 

FINANaNG ^21.4111 

NOOOSMGCOST ^B^^-w^w 

CUSTOM PUILT BY MOIR »ITW>RISES 

MODEIS OPEN DAIIY 9 TO 6 

Iha Mm) 4 Uoda«»«in|'» tum ilpi M 1^ Mm AnK 
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iUtet ij. ^BBiBM. et ux to Cart 
UamtoA CSwiSf it ux, W «, 
Med( N, plat of Aragona VUtaRI 
lie. S: tu |}I.?S. 

Kabtft A. Amafrong et us to 
CUfenl a Sadiaer et ux, lot I, 
blodc S4, piat of Aragona VI 
WK. 1; tax 21. 

Km^nttte DevdopmeDt Cor- 
poraUon to WUUani S. AlUwa, IQ. 
et ux. lot I, Uoek J. (>tat of Hunt- 
ii^tm aae. 2 ;tox fMM. 
Ku^icff ^ ux. lot S. block S, pUrt 

OmUimtel i^itffi^rlaet, Inc.. to 
Clifford H. |lotaOo et ux, lot 14. 
Wock 3, pUrt ol Wmdiwr Wonds tee 
1; tax I23.3S. 

Konpsvflle Dcveloiincnt Cor- 
iXHratiOa to Edwio R. Bryor. Ill ti 
iOtl. J}lQCiL& ^il)^>^|nftL. 
lec. 2; te 98J5. 

Sobeft Sevwaanee Pinaock et ux 
to James M. Sarii^. Jr.. et ux. tot 
H block G, plat uf Sierry Park 
SK. S; tax «I4.45 

Jotm C. Wltdier et ux to Everett 
a Newmtti. 3r, et uX. sites TBT. 
tra, idat oT Bay Island sec. 2; tax 
IHB.90. 

Warm C. Ganoe et ux to Jtme^ 
H. Brliey et ux, lot 6, btock 9, 
fiat of Princes Anne Plaza, sec 

James F. H(^)ewell ^ ox IS 
Bafley Parker C(»structi(»i Corp., 
tot 3. plpA ol BayviUe P&rk sec. 
2; tax $16.50. 

&aiey Parker Con^rtiction Corp., 
to James F. HopeweU et ux, k)t lO 
btock fi, plat of Lake Smith Ter- 
race sec. 2; tax IS5JS. 

James A. Freckridcsen et ux to 
Foseph B. MoManus ei ux. l9t 10, 
block F, {^t of Birdiwood Gar* 
dens sec. 1; tax $19.89. -mmssm 

lUilph L. JadoRXt et ux to J(M 
H. Shepherd et ux. kt 8. plat of 
pn^Mity d S. E. Harrison; tax 
$96.»,_,™^„_ ' 

Itobert A. Elflerdgie et wt 
Lawr^Ke E. Brett ei ux, lot 3. 
plat of Ballylinn Shores; tax $35.25. 

Dream Oonstitiction C(»iporation 
to Viocaxt H. LaPerta, Jr., et ux. 
kit 146. plat of Southmi Poii^ 
3: tax I44.T0. 

Enids B. diappeU et als to ViC' 
tor A. Kasper i* ux. 
R, fkA of Araguia 
t|x $22J6. 

^raUfBl M. Sbortt Hm l^le^ 
non ftNye et ux. tot 1*5. 0at )f 
L^ynnhaven Qdoi^ lec, 4; tax 
$27.75. "":■*"■ — ...i-—™— _^-.-i.» 

Kenneth WrCavitt et ux to Nel 
mn M. Forbes et ux, lot 72. Jitock 
G. plat of Carolaane Farm sec. 3; 
tax $33.60. 

Carolaime Homes, Vk to istnes 
E. Flowers et ux, k^ 7, block OD, 
plat of Cartdanne Form sec. 5; 
(ax $^.30. 

Ciffolaiuie HomM. toe., to John 
T. Smitfa et ux. tot 6. btock AA. 
nlat of Ctf^c^ttuie Farm sec. 5: 
tax $35.70. 

Candaime Home^ ^., to Pii'^l 
W. ^rimiMW et ux, krit ?, block 
D, i^at of Carolanae Farm sec. 1; 
tax $28.50. 

Louise M. Burton et vir to Mary 
Louise Burttm. tot 6 and nart of 



Btfoea ^ ux. tot s and pvt fli tot 
I. Ueck 8, plat of Ikir YhgWa 
BtMh CorpcMtleft: tix |M#. 

Dreon CoDib-uotkn QSpiMM 
to William H. Kdw^ioii. A., at 
ux. tot 4. Vkxk i. tm d ^fkti 
Alantcm see. 4- tax ^M. 

MaUie C. |oiM8, Jr.. M la lr» 
Henry - HanMO • Tucl^ Mt^ 
Corporrtioii. tot 2, block 5. {riat of 
Princess Anae I^aza m«. 1: tax 
$W.15. 

CkmM Realty Corpemlfcn l» R^p- 
mond E. Roach et ox. tot 17. plk 
of Lidtevillt Estate sec. 2-A. tix 
$23.70. 

Coatai IMr Cerperattoe to Va- 
den U^t^orm et ux. tot ll. pfat 
of Lifiila Estates, sac 1; t» 

mM. 

C. p. v., Inc., to RonaM Elwuod 
Laalltvx. tot 28, btock 4. plat of 
Princesi .\nne PUoa sec. W; tibc 
$21. ^ ^ 

C. D. v., lai.lB 
ChavBm at ux. tot 14. btock M, 
picrt of Rifeeaas A^a Ptan sac. 
11: tax $aJ0. 

C. D. U. Inc., to mUan L. 
Gretho- et ux, tot 7^ Uoek M, ptot 
of Princess AiBW Haul sec. li: tax 
$22.20. -^ -^ 

C. D. fL toe., to AjKhoiqr J. 
ScarceUi. et ux, tot 12. btock 16. 
plat of Princess Anne Haaa sec. 
11; tax $22.20. 

Pico R^iky Corpm-atkn et al« 
io Horace O. Biwla et itt, lot JL 
bhxrk 19, plat of Princess Amie 
Plaza sec. 12; tax $21.90. 

Clark-Whitehill Corporatton to 
Jason Gohknan et ux, tot 7, blodc 
5, plat of Princess Aime Plaza sec. 
tax $84.30. 

daric-Whitehill Coqwratkm to 
Carter C. Cowles. III. et ux. tot 
3. btock 14, ptot of Princess Anne 
Plaza sec. 8, tax $33.m . f 

Clark-Whitehlll CorporattalJ to 
Alexanda- J(»eph Forbea et ux. lot 
9. block 9. plat <rf Princess Anno 
plaza sec. 14; tax $25.50. 

Clark-WhiteWll Corporation to 
Gary R. Itoard et ux, W 12, btock 
9, plat d Princes? Aime Plaza sec. 
14. tax $24.30. 

John C. How'.etl et ux to William 
Day Fail-child. Jr., et uX, parcel 
E, {dat of Sea Pines; tax |32JS. 

Property Buyers, Inc.. to Harry 
M. Moore et ux, k^ 
Bray Acres; tax $26.70. 

Earl L. OQa" et ux to Prq)«ty 

Buyers, Inc., tot 17, btock F, |^ 

^of Birchwooj ^^^ Bg aac 2; lax 

fttjperty Buyers Inc.. to Don P 
•niompson et ux, lot 11. btock 16. 
plat of Aragona Village sec. 12; 
tax $20.10. 

Merwyn W. ¥a^or ^ ux to Ppo- 
D«tv Buvers, Inc., lot 14, b'ock 
14, plat of Pocabootas Village; tax 
$19.50. 

Hado Devetopment Corporatbm to 
Leonani M. Girling et.ux, tot 16, 
plat d Dogwood .\cres; tax $:!6. 

John H. Ricbar^bon et ux to 
Charles L. KeBey et ux .66 acre- 
near London Bri<fee; tax $39. 

Hiltrni L^ et ux to William L. 
P^rt^ Jr., ate 14, ^at of AvalaB 
Terrare. Extended; tax $20^85. 

Angus Bu^ Thomm et ux to 
Francis 8. HamBtcn et ux, tot 4, 
btod^ \7. ptot of Diamond l^ing 
Homes/ tax $16J0. 

Ltoyd Q. Price et u\ to WllUanh^ 5, a^iare 11. plat d Virginia 
K. Flamont et ux, tot 3. block Beach property; tax $106. 
44, plat of Prince Anafe Pboa Amie K. Riehardaon et als to 
sec. 5; tax $25.50. .., ^b«t Gomez et ux. parcel— olat 

G & S Corporation to Btoald B. of Prtocess Anoe Borough; tax $39. 




vlB^e seiT^ 



National Home Week Declarod 



H. W. CUNNINGITAM 



ANOMUOCIATiS ^ ^ 

CALL 340-1515 • 340-6868 

jajLtrpmofrnm/ma,. 



Mayor Frank A. Duscb of Wit- 

ginia Beach ^ined his assoeiite 
mayors throu^Mut "ndewatar in 
prodaimmg Septonber U-tt ss 




BUIUNNO 
INSULATIONS 





AYERS 

INSULATING 
& SUPPLY GO. 




Ni^onal Home Week. Tlus procla- 
mrttolt reads as f(dtows: 

iMieeas, TkiewiAer Vfa-ginia sets 
greirt: value on hcmie ownership and 
is prmid tol^rkmnm as an ana of 
tototssted homeowners; and 

Whams, (he Tklewafer Asaocia- 
tk» of Home Builders has alktod 
tiUNiunds (tf fine new homes to our 
oommuidty to recent years; and 

Wbareaa, tfiese new homes have 
cmAtibuted greatly to letter living 
0d have adikd ^lei^d new 
iiri^l)Orhoods in whidi our citizens 
live: uid 

Whereas, the Tidewater Asaocia- 
tioo of HraM Riiklers will cele- 
brate Na^bHial Hcane W^dc, Sep- 
teirber 12th to 19th. 1966. 

I»K}W, th«^<»%. we, file Msqrors 
d Uk Tidewater area of Virgtoia 
do hereftqr prodaim Nattonal Sane 
Week; and do ho^y urge the citi- 
KQS of our i^eat Tiiiejfaiec Area 
to participate to this WksKWide 
ebaenwKC dedicated to tiie ti[»ne 
. . . "Better Uving Begins When 
You Own A New Home." 

In Wttaea Wb»«of , We have 
iicreisitb aet oar fauid a«i cMised 
the seal of oar Cities to Tidewato* 
to be ifflxed »' 

Dene. tMa 20lh dav d Au^ist, in 
the fi^t of our LtM-d, 19K. 
Bay B. Martin, Jr. 
Mayn* d Nofdk 
R. IrvtoeSmUh 
WKgw d patiiuiNA 

Mi^sfjk^ Beach 

Ififw flf <%eaapadtt 




DOMS PAOnCK-S 

VIEW 
of 

VIRGINIA BEACH 






FMR OPENS NEXT WEEK 



WCMJQNP 



-A 



Ita^ay^ the tkUmMam^ bMk ymri pIcBie are Mn. Mm R. PrI- 
iutmrnt Mn. R. H. Om% fcaekM for fte bbmIIi^ 
dudnaaa; Mn. Clareoii^^. ^ket, dlverttteiiieiits 
Mn. S. H. BalHs, co4iiMte« and ^■wnr; Mn. B. W. 
iwinnw; 'Mn. T. M. MeCory. iwblldty ciiainiiaB; 
J. imm Darli, gmenl dMritaum; and f&t, W. F. Tranttutt, 



A good Atw doesn't Ju^ hs^pei . . . it takes the bulkkaing tact^s 
of a group of women intett tm readiing their goal and making it 
httier year after yen*. 

The w(Hnen of Uie PrirJjess A J m t Wo man's Club, under the general 
iMnitiai^ flf Mb?- J- James Davii,|«re a snail 'but mighty army 
Wtffing to make the upcoming Annual Virginia Beach Antique Show 
Mre succ^ifid ttian'ev^ before. And Uiey are p^ waiting till the 
tkst moment to ^ to make this happen. , | i 

All tfmw^ tlKse past nxnths, (he chaimnen^df lie various cMiimit- 

;tMc have be^ meeting each month at a m»nba*'s hixne or strnie 

;«(her defignatad area 'with their '.'commander," Mrs. Davis, as she 

maps out cittnp»igns and points out fte weak sp<^ and spurs th«n 

jMiwtrd to gr^iter success. 

„ ^September's nw^ing was hdd at fltt 0|ceana hwne (rf Mrs. R. H. 

T^lDwan, diatrman of 'the dealers' committee, and h«L,s^eJoari^A 

Vvrd m» irtflizd for a real old-fashioned picnic under the large shade* 

""^p^tt. fkm m^tiag witii Mrs. Davis artd'Mrs. Owen were Mrs, John 

K Mvitts, prizes (^airman; Mrs. Clareoice J. Sykes, ads chairman; 



la a setUag lueBUmg ttwir attire are Mrs. TrootmaB ^A Mrs. 
■ Privltte. ^ 'i^ 

Mrs. B. W. Wroton, food 'diaiiman; Mrs. T. M. McCory, puMidty 
dudrman; Mrs. W. F. Troutman, hostesses and costumes chairman; 
mi Mn S. H ftiUls, treasurer and co-hostess of the meting. 

Aftn much discussion and plans beirlj solidified, tiie ladies adjourned 
to partake of a' colonial-type menu consisting of real Brunswidc Stew, 
home-made Uiin cucumber pkkles, pickled watmnelltm rind, tiny 
pkdcked onkms. hot 1)iscuits wi& butter, deviled ^s, iced tea, 'sm 
femon freeze dessert. 

A Visit to the home of Mrs. Robert JohrMn put the final touches to 
a Ru>st satisfying meetii^ and the ladies in costume, Mrs. Troutman 
and Mrs. Privitte, tunrad the clock back to a more leisurely era fac 
atbne . . . , 

Hie Sevwth Amnial Virginia Beach Antu}ues Show will be held at 
the Alan B. Stepard Qvic Caiter mi Novranber 4lh through ttie '7th 
And by hard woHc aaU dedki^im to purpose, the Antique Show Oan 
mittee of the Prim^ss Ani» Wwnan's Club promises this year's to be 
^ very best ... 



Water Problem Eliminated 



VmCmU BEACH-Watcr prob- 
]fBBu htm apparent hem dim- 

ioated with the chlorine purifica- 
Hm of a iMBw city water transmit 
itoi line to Bay Island. 

Assistant (firector of public util- 
ities Wnlh Jdmson said water 
pressure lias ben riKtut SO pounds 
tfnce watts was toned on to tiw 
mahi sev«ti weela ago. 

f 

Residents ^111 had to boU their 
water until the new line was suffi- 
eiratfy stolH^ by the cUloriBe 
tineatmeiA. 

Hie new S-ii^ widta: transmis- 
^n line nan from Leans' Bri<^ 
to Greitt Nedc tbm^ aai vip Great 
Neck Road to Cox H^ Schod. It 
has apurs faranddi^ 19 Shore Dr. 



to Seashore State Paik iM to Bay 
I^and. 



- IbAU^ aed 
tt Oa Ml ateto 
Fair vi Virginia, to be hdd hare^ 
S^itente> M-OcAobo- 2, win teU 
a 9'a|Mc ataiy of ttw many aerv- 
k» parfaraad b^ the h«tt. 
CikKMtai, pFtlartiM) and wflbxt 
ot ^ peofie of Viigiaia by ttie 
oc^iartineBta and i^ei^tt of ttie 

More Uian a sannc of oh'bits in 

the Comnionweaith t^ Virginia 

buttSag wiU teU of M|nrk of the 

tate i^escies, many hflu^ Ult^ 

kiwwn to the goMiW J^^W^ ^ 

Hie ^Virginia Dcf^rtrnfrTt ol 
Hi^wi^ wU dano^r^ rcvw 
sl& trMt caatnA l^ a let of 
four ant^nated dimwnas as R wil' 
soGA be in actiwi on a portion 0' 
Ihe M^state sydon at fining 
fieia Virgiida. Alsb to ba f^tunK* 

HopevMl lift sn«i brieve aA Jwdv 
Poirt, whet^ the hi^way will croar 
th«» James River. 

Hie Commission of Gwne and 
Inland Fl^ioies wUl dls'day manv 



Safety Bureau 
Urges Safety 

"Boys and girls, {dlQr it safe- 
follow safety rules «1^never you're 

in traffic! 

Thalt advice to Viigi^ Beadh 
children was given today by Chie' 
Reeves E. Jolmson (^ Qa Virginif 
Bead! Sitfety Bureau as he wamea 
them <A the dangers diey face ir. 
traffk. Virginia Beach is taking ar< 
active part in the cWM safety pro 
gram which the Bureau <d Safet. 
sad the Governor's '-Ifif^way Saf 
e*y Committee are oo&hicting as 
part of tfie natknwide Back the 
Attadi on Traffic peaiiyeM cam- 
paigl*. i ' ' 

"Ev«7 year thousands of young 
itears are ^}ared or killed in tra' 
ic cruab», and very'dten it's 
their own fault|" Jc^son said 
"Lots of boys and girls spoid 
nu):^ in die nospital bscaus^ 
they don't practice the U^aTic saf|^, 
tf n^ tiuy k^4ifrJM^aai,^ 
at home." 1 ,' 



f th3 ridc3 tliefte ta^ bqffon 
tliey cross Mreefs <»rdesd^ 0: 
-lay in tbt strea, "It'» no Cw> tr 
have to wdk on icrt^flies pr sH 4n 
a wheel chair v/)^lk 4h« o^ beyi 
md girls sre playing ball w hav- 
ing a good Umd with tinir htkss 
or r^jer Scales,'! he said. 

He au^K^ tiiBt yotmgsters pla) 
it safe by pra^ibing tte Idkiwiag 
safety itdes: ' 

1. Obey all tragic officers. schoiS 
patbol leaders, pid itaiik signft 
a^d signals. ~ ; 

2. CN}ey the i^^ l^nied in 
sdiool ar^ at home about oronh^ 
Greets Kid placing ody id sale 
places. , i t 

3. If there are no sidewalks, wilk 
on tl% left side of the road facing 
traffic. Never usa roUar skatAs, 
tricycles, wa^ns or acoolers in die 
^reet or road. 

4. When riding a bicycle in traf- 
fic <a) ride wilh, not againa, traf- 
fic, and keep to the far I'ight; <b) 
don't weave 0: stunt: (c) don't 
carry pass?ngers' 1' never hitch 
on to a passing autjmiMe or any 
,othw vehttle; (e) if you murt ride 
at ni^t, be sure your bicycle is 
equifped with a good Ught; (f) 
carry bodu and packages ip a car^ 
rier — not In your hands. 



Uva ^mM and M apaciea in a 
hadl^pwiad of outdoor racraation. 

*nm Dii^urtment ; of SkkKatim 
wfll disfday aad dbldlitrate the 
newest to taac^f iBWtirtate ffiid 
nitmm t a ctekn nf 'concerning 
Vlrgii^'a gMgnphli'lMlanP and 
govcr^nssl. 

The CoRvnbttton te ViauaUy 
Hamfcfyed wiU b«^ a hi^ 
speed maffMtic ti^ Aqdkxtm- in 
09«f«tlon makh^ea^ of hotks 
recwtied on ti|>e im a d^lay d 
tafl|iiy If^ ind lUking boMi ma 
(AtncM. ' " * f 

Other itate d^MttAsga aid 
:4ehc^ wffi apSxijf^tsA toM 
i^'aui tenonsb-, 
the fluny fanctiops 
Jie pUUie and 
raaesitii and 
various puUic swlci 

Tka Statu 

^moiatratioQs of 
twai used to the 
criminals and to- the 
^ety of those who 
hi^ways. 

Plbns'and film strips on hun 
dreds of »i>jec(s will be shoimi, a^ 
regular i^^^ais, in a s-^eda] ssr 
oa d the Conmcxiwealdi of ^^ 
itada buUding on the mitfn en- 
>»ice mall of the ^ate fair- 
iround% 





SCHOOL BUS 
ACCIDENTS 



VIRGINIA BEACH ^ A char- 
tered sdMxd bus with 20 students 
on board overturned Monday morn- 
ing on South Parliament Road'. No 
injuries wen r^rted aa the bus 
iuit was bound l&c St Gregory's 
School, pollK said. > 

Aeox^iQ to' pMiea, flie bos 
fl^jped ovet* when it ran bito a 
fitdi. A spokesnlan for the Charter 
Bus Service, Inc., said, die acci 
4eht was due to faidty power 
steering. 

-In a sec<^ ^us accldait Mfoh- 
Jay morning, an ^pty . city 
>cho(4 bus wal reporteidly side- 
m^ by a fin bmek on £oM} 
•V-i||3\'«i Roa4 ^^shortly aRor 

siv 

tile ti^mtk i^praa^g frftn be- 
iimi iod puUdd iiv«- to dw sidb^ of 
Sm road. Tte tirujk sidesw^ped the 
bus M it patted. 

The PrkMSis Ann« Plaza Vol 
unteer Fire Itepartmeitt ^k was 
m its way back to thfl^R afier 
4U»werii^ a c^ vAm tfii accident 
sooifred. ^ , 

the schM|ii##>)i | i Jrt»eaii fMa 
to (^r$mm mmAtigf school 
and Kdlan Ifigb School. 



im INJURED 



VIRGIMA BEACH - Kenaeti 
Itoward Htdmes, 23, of tiia 40( 
bk)c <rf Terrace Ave., Virginie 
Be;^h, received, severs head in- 
jures l«t week' whoi his motor 
cyc^e left tlv* road and struck a 
parked car on Pacific .\ve.. polict 
said. 

Patrohnan N. M. Bordner. Jr., 
said Holmes' head apparently hit 
a brace on the rmivertiUe top of 
the car ^ he we thrown ever the 
tiqi of the v^Ole, landing about 
20 test in front of the car. 

Hoimes was taken to thb inten- 
sive carp unil of Norfolk Trensral 
Hos{»tal by tii? Virginia Beach 
Be^c(» Squad with a fructured 
skull. 



VmomiA Beach Sun 

VIRGINJA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1965 

SECTIONS ' 

AT THE PARADE SATURDAY 
Clowns THERE WERE 




HODEIATOR 

VltlGmiA mmi - Louise B, 
Wilson, diractor iirf VVginia Bosach 
Frlesds Siimit moderatad t' r 
panel on '^^^eetii^ for Bv^i 
n^s m a Trkm^ Schccl," =.t th 
fall orientatiw confcrenc*; w 
Friaids Educafflito at Pefidle HiL' 
near Philad*»lph|B which was h-ld 
last week. , 

Atte'wfing wi^ Mrs. Wilson were 
Mni. Wt'liam Riser, kicdergarten 
teacter; Mrs. Janiel Feifsr, ^cowi 
grack; Mrs. Jdin Owcts, fwrth 
ffTdde; and Itlrs. William M^te- 
hiffst, fifth grade. 




\ 



^ 



*s 




COMIMUIilTIES^ 




B£ECH GROVE 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Ann? 
Roy R. JaclcMB, l^««tor 

'10:00a.m. — Church School 
1 1 : 1 5 a.m. — Morning Worship 



FRANCIS ASBURY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Great N«ck Road 
LcRojr DaTia, Mini*t«r 

1:46 a.m. — Church School , 
1 1 :00 *.m. — Morning' Worship 



/' a 11 a I IM Aap A^e 
tmfKWKkUK OARAvf 

JOBNNY mJDUY^ 



Gmmi^t Dr. — «M4131 



SCOTT MEMOMiO* 
uTUOOIST CHUBCH 

409 First Coloniia Rom! 
RcT. H. Wark CMvy, Pastar 

8:30 aim. — Morntns Woraoip 
'9:45 a.m. — ChurA School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worriiip 

7:aOp.m«~Youtb Fellowship 



Inc. 
UJFCOwm 
ununsfMmmc 
umvicEB 



HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Bead 
Rateil F. Uryao. ffwftr 

9 :46 a-rj^ — Oh u re4» ^ehool 
11 :M#i»r— Morning Woralkip 



Of Car* ' 
<kra 




iMy«000 MSfUODIST 

CHURCH 
8249 Bayshor« Road 
Rr89«)A., 9:4 a atW. and- 11:00 
a.m. — Worship SarvloM 
9:4ft^aiii.-- Church SehooL for 
lOl m^ i^upa 
11 :0^4ua.— Second sairion ot 
Ckntk School tm eiiUdnn 
up tfeupoai^ 1th gTRda and 

7 M p.m.— MethoAst Yoath 
y^owahip foi yovu^ Mopla 
7^ mi and 9tli gndaa i» 
Jmdor Rl^ Grou^ wid lOth 
prada up for Senior Group. 
fmoda welcomed. i . 




WN 



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VIRGINIA RSACH, VIRGIN^ 



WHJT tS ISLAND 

MiemsT CHURCH ^ 

Knetta Island, N.C. — 
C Black, Miniatar, 
14iMa.^ — Sunday Schools 
II :dO ».m.^Worship Service 




- BAYl,AR£ METHODIST 
CHURCH 
n^Hfe* Dt-. at Treaaare laland 
^^Mrt te Baysida 
l^iPMNid B. Mussar, l||HaUte» 

iito 4 lliOaiuia.- 
Service ^ - . 
S;4fi a.ra.— Stinday School 



ObOBSnt METHODiai' 
mURCM 

Back Buy, 




^ 



OR euOi fcr tlw baib&ig af I 
tar MMJ food riManmh^mi^i 

■tranf C3iBR% 




kriy 

ai«: (1) VwM}« 
■ ■An. 



This if oae of tiM aw^ihob fiwR my vacation trip. "•>•■ chuwch «» au- 

FrifliKb ask why I nadt It* a» frontispiece in my aio. for thk cHmten 

album hM^^ than tiial i^)£ of Ite bald ereat of Mt 

Iftircy — or tiie tdescopfc doae^ip d the Old Man of 
"• ttie Mcam&ins. 
^ Sure, I know this scene fa commonplace. I saw a hwb 

dred villages with their white steeples peering above the 
_ trees and their comfortable old houses nestled aroimd ^ ^^^ ^^ 

tibe ebucdu And each one hRd R pond with pines ma tm'a> aMim A»,mw^ibmt 

hfrches gurding its shore. Fv^ttrSbrStfraSTM 

But this picture says more ttan all fte oth^s. It j^h«jjihb«iii-^ 

speaks not just jof beauty and natmral wonder... it tells 

o€ a good land poptdated Ir i«n^ people. It reminds 
Y irmI' Oed . . .and of niraiiliAtakJ| vhisp^ that i^ I 

* ^M^ eaa ai4ui« f or gennMlMb 

^IR Uatairiai^ a gireai^ jmiIb proiid^ p(^t tQ. 

.JTa^. 'Hw Church beloni^ at ^ center of our Mfst 

■mm tmi^jmmAXm^km^M^t 



t • 



BidiBci«rAnn^^|gRp* 

Jbt0r^ % Wmoi'a, MiMdIMr . 
IO^^«.dt^-^oniiiMr IPanhit 
l;A40O4Ml.--^^uixb School 
ffaWtRJH touth F^ovahip 



Va.lMlMW 



l^idi $««•« 



VW^i^ 



METHODIST 
OIURCH 

A«a?*tHle — Kempavttto 

mtmMm L. RiUais J». 

fli4#ay».^ — Church School 

IftWaJit. — ^Morning Wordip 

7:80 p.m.— Youth FeUowahip 

LYMWHATEN METMOWST 
CHURCH 

Littto Neck Road 
Rav. QMar V. RoMgnaa 
10^».m. — Church School 
UH)6a..n~-Moming Wonhip 



0^mmKm mmmcM m. 



Mil 







LaKIES METHODIST 
^lURCH 

S56R VWnia Beach Blvd. 

Rwb^ Katmi Gr«r 
»:80 a.ia,^— Early Wortiiip 

ft:^ ftii&-<-Chuich School 
11:00 •Jii.-<<*Late Worship 
Serdk^ > 

6«00p.iiu — Youtii F^Uowidiip 

Rl^Wft METHODU» 

ftbtc^a Aahe 
Wmr ft> JackMMir F niea • 
t0tW».Biv — Morning WGoKm 
tLi^ftum'-'^huteh School 



•UU^ METMODiST 
CHUIOPH 

SOS Plaza Irail 
mthm G. HobiM, Faatttr 
S:4f •»«. — Chuseh S^^ol 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Rirviee 
7:00 pjn*.— Youth Fellow^p 

ARAGONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Meetings In Loois^ 
Lux;ford Elementary School 

C. CliltoB, rairtar 
ft^4Klpt«»-SaAd8y ^diool 
Mitttu — Moiling Wossiap 
iBk — Training Union 
TrSRi*— Evening WoraMp 
ThtO p Jli.— Wed. Prayer 




m» FRANCIS* 
IPIiCRP AL MISSION 

BOOt Bosemont Road 
ViilMa Beachi Va. ^ 
Rmi. @lLyl«a» E. fr^nw 
^MwuslaChaiiM 

9:15 aJl.— Church School 
10;l6»Jfe— Worship Serviw 
^mmtf Provittod 



NUMfi ME^TH^IST 
^^HORCH 

PrinMia Anne, Vti|^ia 
Bnery S. Ellaa•l^«, IMii^rf^ 
MUA fcB. — Church SMlooI 
tt:19^ii^ix-Jfonung WonUr 

GAULEE ^PISCOTAL i 
CHURCH 

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11:'(10 a.«.— Btol^ C(«m>ifflk» and 

SarmoQ (First Sunday) 
11:00 ajn.— Itoming Praqrer and 

Svmm (2nd, 3rd. .wd ^ Sun- 

diqn) 

9:4S aja-ClHirch Sdbool (Sq>- 
lOnb^'-Jiuie) (Nun«7 tfarou^ 

AduUs^ 
10:00 am— Wedt Diqr-^Jrfy C(Mn- 

munion 
10:30 a.m.— Thursdays— Laying on 



OLD DONATION 
. SKSCOPAL CHURCH 

iA9 Witch ^k Road, Bayade 
8 :00 a.ra.- ^oly Communion 

(£»e«pt during rector's vii^- 

ea^Mi) 
10:00 am.— Morning Prayer 

and Sermon (rioly Com- 

muqion dn first Sunday of 

each month.) 



QiM^yniA. KTISCOPAL 
CIHJIKM 

adS BowmiM Road 
tbvf, Ciuui^* R MeGu^r, 

8:0Oft.ffi. — Holy Coeununion 
10i:^a»m. — Holy Cbmmunion 

(Isti &'3rd Sunday) 
40:00 a.m.r-*Memiiig Prayer 

(2ni A^'4tk Sunday) 
Chunih School loUomi ' the 

10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is amiable. ^ 

EASTERN M»RB CHAPEL 

i (JM^apia) 
B. Sidney Saatfera, Rector 

S-.OOa.m;. — Holy Communion 
9 :00 8.m. — ^Family Service 
and Morning Prayer 
(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) 
11:00 a.m. — ^Bfoming Prayer, 
surmon (1st Sunday Holy 
Gfinununion) 



STAR <» THE SEA 
CATmHJC CHURCH 

Uth St. A Arctic Circle 

lUy. Fra^s V. Ba«brick 

MASSES 

Winter-^::00, 9:30, 11:00, 

12^15 
Summeiv— (June 1-Labor Day) 
7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 
11:00. 12:00 
Hriy D^8— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

andj€:30'p.m.~. 
W9^hiy. vrinteT-*6:30, 8:45 

i»aMm«% 8:45 a.m. only 
Co ufiadt oM — 4:00 to 5:00 and 
7:00 to ^:00 p.m. Saturdiqr 



ffr.> MATTHEW'S 
CATHCK.IC OnjRCH 

1010 &ndra Lam, Va. beach 
FaHiM^ OHan, Father F'mOt^ 

9ma^ Maas«»— 7:30, 9:00, 

ifttso mi m%m 

Confeoaon ^eh Rutarday 4:00 
to 5:00 and 7:(M to 8:00 



OCEANA <^URCH 



Pa^R, Aldrich, ^aator 

9:46a»'n. — -Sunday School 
I0:45a,au^ — Morning Wordxo) 

TKA9LE EMANUEL 

$mi and, Baltic, Va. Beach 

PhO^ Pincaa, Rabbi 
7 :30 a.m.— Services Mon.-Fri. 
8:15 p.in, — ^Friday-Sabbath 
Sernces 
10:00amr--^aturday Sdt>bi^ 
Service 
8:00 a.m. — Services Sunday 



ST. AlDAirS 
EPIS^VM. CHURCH 

King's Grant Ibad 

A Edinhurg Ih4ve 

Phone 840-37M 

.Re». L. J. Twlor,^ Jr., VIear 

10:00 a.m. — Holy C^piMalon 

(first and third Sundays) 
Morning Prayer, 2nd ana 4th 

Sundbiys 
Church School (coi^arrailt 
^th services) ' 



St. Ni|:HOLAS 
CATHOUC CHIIKirt 

g44s|ttte Neefc f 
Phone 340-7231 
Rev. Tbonaa M. 

Sunday Masses — 8:U, 9:30, 
10:45, and 12 Noon in the 
ChQ|-cb; 11:00 in Princess 
Thepitre, 3177 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. 

Confessions — Saturday 4-5 p.m.. 
and 7-8 p.m. 



Effleieal 
Phe*aS44Mlll lW«V«>i 
FREE DELIVERY 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Wtrrea Chaaa, Faati^ 

9:30 a.m. — Church School ". 

11:00 a.m.— Mdming Worshjf) 

7 ;30 p.m.—EreiamM MS^» 

CARR/OW 

BAPTIST CHUROI 
R*T. Gary B. Tkonpaea 

9^45 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:'00a.m, — W<»8hip Serraoe 
£ :45 .m. — Vesper Service 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:30pjn. — Sw^f^M^ . , 

Service " x I ' 



OCEANA CUI» MARKET 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Country Cured Bacon, Mamk R Shonldos 

fi«^ Fruits, VefefihtBi. 

Groceries A Meats 



JCAlLA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, Miaiater 

' aO:OOa.m.— ^Bible School 

11 :00 a.m.'^Malming Wor^p 
6:46 p.m — Y outh Program 
7;30pm — Evening Worship 



' W. A. WOOD, bw. 

CoBBtasioB AgaaA > ^^ 
^mble OU A Refiaiag Ca. 
^ Fa^ Oil and 

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CkURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 

Ro7 N. WilaoB, Miiy^ 
10 :00 a.m.— Bible Sto^ 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning WorsUp 
7:00 p.m. — Evening Woprship 



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CHURCH ^ CHRIST 
SCIENTST 
. 209 - 20th &nel 
1 1 :00 am.— Church Servisa 
8 :00 p.m, — Wednaaday ' 
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^All^H 

Lynn ShorMl>rive at Va. Bch. 
> Kaa^ih A. Price, Paator 

9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 

Sehi>9l 
10 :30 a.m.-— Worship Service 

(nursery provided) 
6:30 p.m.— Luther League 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CMUROi OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1480 Laskin Road 
Rm. DiehvMi W. Taylor 

'8 :80 8,81.— Worship 
9 :30 a.ra.— ^hurch School 
1 1 :00 a.m — ^Rforship 

(Nuraary i^vided) 
6:30piK — ^Luther League 



WeNta J. MillMP. Miaiater 

9 :45 a.m.— Sunda> «acliool 
11:00 a.m. — Church Service 



OOR SAVIOUR'S 
LirfMRRAN CHURCH 
Baylidte Pines, Bayside 
KewaMI R. CaLrbavgh, Paator 
8:15 aJB. — ^Worship Service . 
9:30a.vu-M[^urGh School 
11:00 fca.-^Worship Service 



PRINCE OP PEACE 
LUTHERAK CHUROI 

(MissoMi !^iu»d) 
424 Kings Gmnfc m^d 
Revr J. lUner M^^. Paste* 
8t00a.ni. — Divine Wonhip 
, 9:16a.)au — SuncU^ Sdiool 

and Bible Class. 
10:80 a.ai.—IHvina Worship 
Holy'G^nmunion — 1st and 3rd 
Sunday. 

KINGS GRANT 
PRESRYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now BMeting in the IS^ng's 



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ool) 



Grant. Elem^tary ^hooi 
R^tM»d C. FI&Moa, VpBler 
0:50 a.ni. — Sundi^ So|eM 

tl:Ma4au^^MurDiing we^up 



BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH , 

Near Bobbins Coimr 
Rev. J. E. Jehaawk. PWIW 
9:45 a.n.^ — Suntta^y SdkotA 
ll:00a»— Momfiig Wocrib% 



THALIA Ttaimr 
pRttHnrrERiAN chmich 

N<nvjMeting in the Thalia 

jQMentary Schocrf 
Irri^ R. Stnbbe. Mirfstar 
9:30a.». — Morning Woiaklp 
10:45 aJB.— Church -School 



^iOW GREEI^ 
^ERIWN CHURCH 

Boad A Fli» TAit 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

L^nhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R Webb, Jr. 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6 :30 p.mw — Youth Fellowship 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer Fellowship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 

M. Bland Dttdler, Miaiater 

8:30 a.m.— Worship 4 Church 

School 
9:30 a.m. — ^Worship A Church 

School 
1 1:00 a jn.— Worship A Church 
School 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
' CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
Joha S. Lyiea, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cooled Paator 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 « m. — Mon^ng Worship 
6:30 p.m.— Wha1>N(rt8 
Fellowship 
6:S0 p^n. — PioiM«r Fellowship 
6:30 p.m.—- Yomg Fat^^s 
.FdlAwdiip 



CMUi^li OF QOm 

OaO 14th: ^fe«8t 
BalAr N» Sane. Paster 
9:45 a.m. — SoodaiF School 
ll:OOaja.-<^flaciMnff Wovdiip 
7:30 p.m.— JNaning WozahiF 



ASSEMM.YOF GOD 

Viil^ntai BeMh Bo^wd 

EMt tane — O^t^ 
Raw. Saaiael Du BtiUmr, Jr. 
0:45aj|i.'<H(^WRli Sohool 
llKtOa-n. — ^Mfl^ttg Worahip 
7:30 ^m. — £irangeS^:w 
Service 



PENTECOSTAL 
CHUI^ OF OMaST 

16th St. and BiAle Ai4 
towed EJwar P aste* 



IMPmnP GMMMtt ^^ 

1415 Oceana Blvd. 
%. mile past Oceana Air Sta. 
on right 
T. J. Tlagi^ Paator 
0:45 a.m. — Sun<tay School 
ll400a.n. — Worship Servioa 
8:30pjn.— Bible Study 
7 :30p.m.<— Evening S«rvie« 



COMMUNITY ^MtniCH 

DuPont Circle, a^ni^ Va. 
Paal %. McCalloagh. TUH, 

9 :46 a.m.— Bible Scho<^ "^ 
11 :00 a.m.— rMorning Wordlip 
7:30 p.m.— Familf Ni|^ 
Service ? 



VIRGINIA ^EA^ 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhoni Bay 
;ev. Richard Woodward, Paster 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday Schodl 
. 1 :00 a.m, — Morning Worridp 
.1:30 a.m.— Children's Church 

8:00p.m.->-Evening Service 



SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave., 

Bellamy Manor 

Virginia Beaek. Va. 

Rev. J. Fredoriak Paa^w 

9 :4S a.m. — Sundiqr School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Wordhto 
11:30 a.m. — Child^na Church 

7 :30 p.m. — Evening Service 



MINCISS ANNI PMMUm A 

S L ec ati e — To Servo Tea j 
\ Ifcidia^Dispatohed Tracks^ 
4St Vtrgiala Aeaeh BivA— Dial 42S-ii«l 
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lOMWOOD MEMORUIL ? AMC, INC. 

. CEMETSRY 

Mmcm ANNE IMBMORIAL PAffI 

CEMBirBRy 
FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7.S9RI 



lVnnhaven c<n.<»iY 

/UNITED CHURCH 
(Coagregatwaal Chriptiaa) 

Great Neck Rd. near Shore Dr. 
The Rev. Tho. H. Brittoa 
9 :45 a jn.— Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Mdming Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Pilgrim 
Fellowship 
Nursery for small children 



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LESION ROAD AY mULWf 

REAL ECTATE - iraVRANCE 

SALES A RENTALS 

TELEPHONE 4ZS4886 ^ 

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PEMBROKE MANOR 

UNITEp CHURCH 

(CoagrogatieBal Christian) 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 

'Elementary School 

Rev. Charlea F. Pegraat 

9 :30 a.m. — Church School 

10:30 a.m. — Wordup 

Nursery at ul services 



OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1737 VIRGINIA BEAUX BOULEVARD 
PhMK 42S42IS 
Virgkria Beach. VbgWav 23453 
NO APP(HNtMra<T NECESSARY 



nUSNDS MEETING 
(Qaaker) 

X«dDn Ra«d , 
9:45a.ra. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Meeting lor 
Worship 



ST. 



MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 
Oceana 
■ ftsv. D. P^Fdton. Paster 
9:MaJB. — SUnday School 
11 HW a.ai. — ^Worship Service 



UUUSAN 

REALTY A IN^URAICE CQBP8. 

3411 Va. Beach Bhrd. - Phsw SIMOI 
2Sth St A Pacific Ave. ■. PfcsK «841U 

"Beiqmd)er "dn^MMi f^rooi Lwea^ 



DIAMCMfD SPRINGS 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

DiaeMee of Christ 
6700 W. Haden Road 
G. Dand Shroovea, Paster 
8.45 ajn. — Worship Service 
9:45 a.m. — &nday School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Worship Service 
30 p.m. — Youth Groui« 



RAYMW CHRISTIAN . 
CHURCH 

(fPoagiiHHlininl) 
SkK9 Htbm A GraenweU Road 
^ &mI L. FarreO, Miuater 
te4S &■.— Woi^p Service 
0:45 a.m. — Ssiuiay School 
11:00 a.m.— 'Worship Service 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 
(MURCH 

John B- I>«y raem. Sc^Htl 
J. StantMt Mate, Parter 

10K)Oa.m.— iCofning Woiahl^ 
Ua9ajB.-^-<%urch Sclio<4 



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WnabiYtii Oolosf 
10:00 •.IB. — Sui}4«r Sellool 
11:00 •.m. — MiMminf Service 
? :80 p.m.— IvMiInt Serving 
TjSOp.m. — Wellnetdey ^ 

Evening Services 



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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

SBtli S%. at Holly Rd. 
H. WOell WM«n, Matter 

9:S0«.Ri. — Suoday School 
ll400ft^n.'-4l«miBg W<»iBhi|» 
6:15p.m. — Trmining Union 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Service 
Fvening Services 80 mla. Iftter 
May 16. 'Sept. 15. 



FREEWtU. iAH'liT 
CHURCH 

In Prta««w, Virginia Baaeh , 
1411 OCKaNA BOULEVARB 

Air Station oh right 
T. i. Titefle, Patter 
9:46 a.m. — Snnday School 
11:46 a.m. — Wor^p Sortfce 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Sorvico 

KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

7120 KempavWo Bead 
A. D. BlMiBt, NJMr 

9:46 am. — ^imday Sehbol 
11 :00 a.m — Morning Wordiip 
8 :00 p.m. — Evening Wortti|i 




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BAYSlbE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

1480 Pleasor^ House Rd. 
JeoiM V. DeFoe, Petter 

8 :80 ajB.— Wotihip Service 
ll:OUa.m. — Worship Service 
9:20 & 10:10 a.m. Sunday 
School 
8 :00 p.m. — Evening Service 



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PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

245 Rosemont Road 
Rer. MeNia Haghek PmIw 
11:00 & 7:30p.ra.— Wor^p 

Services 
9:S0a.)n. — Sunday School 
6:lSp.ra. — Training Union 



Va. 



THAtlA 
BAPTIST 

Beach Bh 



iURCH 



adjoining 
Princess Anne Hikh School 

Rev. Robert N. Welle<« 

8 :30 a.m. — Morning Worship 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School . 

1 1 :00 a.m^ — Morning Wonluji 



BEACHliAWN BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

9th ft Med. Ave. 
A cooperating .Southern Bapist 

Church I 
GMrge WeUett. Jr., Minister 

Phone 428-2004 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Hdming Service 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Service 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

•818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfollt 
Fred Xt. Feriu, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning WorSbip 
6 :30 p.m.. — ^FeUowship Hour 
7:lt0 pjn. — Evening ServiCM 



BAPTIST CHURCH 

929 Firrt Colonid Ro»d 
George T. Stallfam«t Pa^te 

9:46 a.m.-— Sunday School 
10:00 a.m. — Morning WorAi|r 
6:30 p.m. — ^Training Union '. 
7 :30 p m. — Evetdjig Worship 
7:30p.m.-^Mid-We«k service, 
Wednesday 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST 
, CHURnl 

419 Glenrock Road, Norfolk 
Rev. Cherlee T. Heisdrldift 

9 :46 a.m.— ^<3Iiiiic|i Senool 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
TiSO p.m. — Zoning Worship 



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so^id^ me^ intfysis h- 
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Mr. Ni^i recent qu«)iPcation hon» 
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OoiM^Unt in t}ie Partanbuth and 
NarfeUt area wiw haii •uccesriuUy 
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Oni^piestta you may have in nxrh a J^ is WhiA li T^kn? It to a 
iiMbth fdastk coating, a resin, that can be applied to the taridt of 
tii* Hii^ td prevent food frqm sUcking. Siii^ its introduction in M 
many imprgvenieits have been ma(H Tl^hw to^ 
inactive to practicidiy all chonicals and Mdvaojk.^ 
and does not react with food or wata-. It if nM>* 
flammable, tough, flexible and aborbs 11^ tf «qr 
mouture. It it iHrfe to use. 

Manufacturers uk a rtandard for ftlkm c^fd 
pans matk by the Metal CatAware Aaodaooa*, 
Saucepara nwst be no U^ter tiua U gauge. Tm- 
to 12-inch frypms ami be 14 puge or heavtar*^ 
Griddla must be 10 gauge or heavier. 
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GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Virginln Bfach Blvd. 

Rev. FloTian Yollaho, 0.9'B- 

R«T. Paeekkl Kaidp 0,SA 

Maaaea— e:80, 8:00. 9:80, 

11:00 and 12:S0 
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7:80-8:80 



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GRACE BRETHREN 
CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
Harold Arriaffton, Pastor 

1 :00 a.ni. — Stmdav Selwol 
ll:06a.m. — Wowhip Service 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rot. T. M. WeUcor, Pester 

9:80 a.m. — Chttrch School 
1 1 K)0 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :80 p.m.— Evening Worship 



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OAK GROVE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Back Bar. Virfdnia 
Ahria St, Clair, Pastor 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greenwell 1^ ft Lakeview Dr. 

Ba^ide, Va. 

I^ev. Darid Meore, Paster 

9:46a.n. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning WornWp 
7 :46 p.m. — Evening Worship 



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4864 Shell Road at Baytidb 

4920 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Aragona Village 

2422 Princess Anne iU>ad at Courthouse 

0^ n^imr tteM^ VM^ ^ AJI. W 1 rJU-ftM«jr afWfWKm -^to 7 P.1I. 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rmt. Brnee B. Perkins. Pastor 
10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

6 :00 p m, — B.T.U. 

7:00 p.m. — Evening Worship 

LONDON BRIDGE 
BAPTIST CHURCH. 

London Bri<^, Virginia 
G. Edward Hwghos, Pastor 

8 :30 a.m.— ^Morning Worship 
9 :46 a m. — Sunday School / 
ll:OOa.m.-rMorateg Worship 
6:80 p.m.-i-Trmtnln|r Union 



BLACKWATBR BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
Rov. Ralfb L. Hmn 

10:00 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.i&—Moni% Woinriiip 
"Serving Ood Md t^ Co»> 
mnnl^ of BlaekwntMr 
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TABERNACLE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Viiflnta 
Robert H. Garaer, Mlalstor , 
9 :46 a.m. — Church Sdbool 
11:06 a.m— Morning WonUp, 



Naff, wto scrvel as Vk» Pre^ 
daak and Ituit Ofik»- ol the In- 
bapfrietapB of Seaboard. 
^ bi^ 1b n^ having for- 
baen aandaN with the 
Bank d New Y^ A graduate of 
New York Ui4««ratty Graduate 
School, Naif holds a masters de- 
grte in Bu^neis Aibninlatratkn. 
He md Mf urtfe Ruth, live wRb 
tiMir thre^ chfldrw at 1400 Maha^ 
la BomI. Vlrgtnia Beach. , 

Syttti InveatnMiit OClScer for Sea- 
BOBTQ HNiiMiiy was asBucwieu 
wldi tba HlapMrMK la N«w 
Yfln^ He It a fwUite of Pnuot- 
ieB ItajJsMN^ md boldi a mM- 
toi dteftt hi Builmi Adnte^ 
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colors. ^_. 

All T^M coated utensils ^ould be eondittMMl 
ttife fiift tinte th^ ire TB^J by wiping with imsalteg «kJi^ |r jott tr 
sbertaning. Afterwards use of fat is opUonal in top of "range til ^lj^ 
A frypm often becomes stained if hi^ heat is used to fr y l^p. 
Ibiiive stain by boiling 1 cup of water, ,one*alf cup'irf Ikjuid iramy 
bfeich, and two tablespoori. of baking poda in the pas. Aft«"*rt» 
af« rtfnoted, wash the pan and wipe with cooking oil to reamdWoo R- 
BIG EGGS OR UTTLE EGGS! 
PHc* varies with sixe. To be as good a buy as large eggs, medtaa 
^ttmM be priced % less. If large are 40c, medium 35c. aaaB 
shooU be '4 leas than large or 30c a down. If the price ^iraafl 
li JUBrt tHin this, buy medium rather than large' or .small rath« than 
liirni. Yttu'D g^ mwe for your mon^. 
Hav« a nice wedt-ei¥i everybody! ____ 




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VIRGINIA BBAdr^n^ 

METHODIST CHUROI 

20^7 . 18th Street 
Hmm. Bovoely PoHy 

8:80a.nk.— WolMiip Servieo 
Smunar Monnis . 
9:46 «.n. — ChareK School 
1-1 :00 a.m.— Worrtdp Service 



THALIA METH(H>I8T 

CHURCH 

Pine Are. A Va. Beh. Blvd. 

Wllliaa L. Asher. Pastor 

9n46 a>m.-^<^day Scboo} 
10:46 a.m.— Worship 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 

cmmcri 

Va Beh. mH., tyn^Mven^ 
WUlloM H. Aeosta, MlaUtor; 

8:46 a.m. and 11 a.m.*^ 
services < ^ • j*. 

9:46ft.m. — Church Schod 

6.80p.m.— Youth rellpynifljp 

KEMPSVILLE 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

620 Kempsville Rii » 
J. L. Ct^poek, Pastor 

9:40 A.M.— Sttiiday S^ool 
11K>0 A.M.— Homing Worshife 
6H)0 P.M.— (Second Sunday) 
YooUi FellowaklfM 



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.VIRG]NiA BEACH - Star of »he 
Sop'rll'ib Seleol tf BM<^ <>f^ 
ed laM.MoMav for all wys aifd 
^is aftiadM public tUgh lawoli 
In tba . pariaL' Tha Wmamioy 
SoiiQo' of R^0on will Tt<tpia on 
Scfiteinba- 9 lor aD b^ and 
^ar^ eiteadli^ fid)lic rienientary 
idniipi in Ae pariah TH schools 
ftfp at^fMH- teiphert, helpers, atq. 
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BEAdI (U^VING FAST 

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VUiGINU BE\CH - T1» 
woHd's bu^c^'. resmi citv, baaed 
on the yahuAkHi of building pe^ 
ailta isMiecl, a^ttiiMMi ic rate as 
^^giala's fasteat yrowiug city. 

pMrmifs iwied UirgUif'. AugoU 
totaled inere^ than |48,Jde.0O0, far 
iMv# Noitfotk wHb 13% .milUoo. 

V&qgih^i Baach trails Washing- 
tM* aod BaWmore in tiiie sth Fed- 
1^ Ratenre IMfhict b-ildlng race. 



.culture Act of 1965, wcently passed by the 

R^r^ientatf^^, will do much W provide fiih 

tt^eotae for farmers. Agriculture. Seccetniy 

, estimates that this l^slation 

b^t &rm income by |lSo milUon. 
, $1,000 MORI 

iJWt,i* the programs of Presid«iti 
i^imedy and Johnson, farm income has 
itesdity since 1960. Realized net 
_ teeenle (the amount farmers have 
iher tiying an production expenses) 
tri total 113.5 billion this year. This is 
^ kcreiMe of nearly $2 biUi<m in five 
ftttn. for each individual farracir this 
BtiM^ a jimp of $1,000 in his i^iized 

^n^^Sna Mcporte have made a sig^flcaift «»triba- 
m to IneHased farm income. In each of the past two 
tliit 0ep^irts of farm products have reached more thaa 
pTw^ compared edth la milUon is fiscal 1960. ^ ^^^^ 
k% ^ lame time important economies hav4 been 
inite tn ^e fann program. Surplus stocks of cf^t< 
M ibragi costs have been ^neatly reteeed. Cany- 
^f» §tom of wheat have been redtii»d 4S pmtm% atim 
lUl ^d feed grain stocks are down about 80 pereeBt. 
j^^di^^ resulted in a cumulative sa?big t6 the tM* 
fiy^ef $600 million. 
V : ^965 AORICUlTUn ACT 

1^ year's legislation improves on the suoceasea ob 
jiii jptot rnrs- It extends through 1969 idth aonui. 
Himaito^ existing price sui^ort prdgrams fo«i 
tel prains, cotton and wool It acUs a mm 
to rMnce dairy inoduetioB, white mahifatwhig 
tetome, and retir^ about 40 sdllioa acres ni 



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iipmt section of the bill is designed to inereaii 
llQfMr iBeome to 100 percent of parity. The in^ee mm* 

St IINr tfotnesticany consumed wheat was increased 60 
Is to S,SO a b^sheL 

tlii feed grains provisions continue with minor 
llittlM tile odsting voluntary program aimed at hoM> 
togibwh production through vohmtary acreage redno* 
mM iuid supporting farmer income. 

¥M 0otton title of the bin retahu the eurfsirt om* 
Htot mtsm under which domestic mills can praehsstt 
mtei itates eotton at the san^e price as f orwt tboS^ 
M oi t^ wfll cat cotton surpluses and encourage rtA^, 
mitg^ eat^weks in idsnting. 
7|M iir<#ers' income will be increased bf a rfae fai 
tti Bifai^s^ level Incentive payments from 62 eoits to 
14 Miili>aJMfDnd. 
A iiir^i^t^iirt of the croplands retirement prog r aiB 
ftacressed payments if the farmer win aOow 
bf used for recreational piirpQaes»-«Klk aa 
^if fagr the ileneral public. 



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Wkm kiAi I r^ arooad iritb. 
Vley ■MiNMft truit sw, yet ^sy 
<weJMiil# IMer. fW M bar 
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wMliiliii^ t ttfwie -fpy para^ 
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ental goidanM and ro peffl ilo i i . 
If tbay permitted you to go where 
yott plMoed, do ai yon jMesselr 
you eould ba ^rt^ of one t^lag;} 
tiiey Wtte ^tter statrktsf te*.:, 
apoortsillty mr dldat esre i^ttt 
hqpp^ied to yw. 

Wbea «a:«ats My. *W tt 
Is art tm&f be<9tM Umt dwt 
"trust" th^ efaUdrea. Your fir. 
«rti do not 1^ ytw io Mt star 
dait beeame ^mi rei^ have as 
bwineM bdw oat lA iM^ Ito 
thoaght that you wl0A do 
^Bg "wrapg^ bi peritepi 
■ly to the MsrihWr ihit 
tbbg niglrt happsa M 3«^ 
ytHir pm^flli are»q^«EMMite 
your wdfare, Mh I^i^ UA 
moraOy. 

Your parents soyarrise vaur ae< 
tivttiaa baeaose they terelor yo«; 
yo^ riuMiUt he hsroy about ttds 
dtoation. 

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Mb! LHt ipeek I tott' 3m abMt • diance to ptrticipite to 
tt« 4H QbMBub^ ii W i tinciU aB Prcgram. Now I wouU Iflce to tel! 
yn tent if Urn ^^ yixi om d^ m as iaAvMual or (Mb activttiM 
to iB^^we ittv home ^wnds Md to b«»My 
fou- csomhoilty. 

BMoUfy TMi- Bmm tiie Ml If ay 
tadbMuiA aetkffii b leeded for l^eutifying prl- 
^ pi^ortiet. Rare are aome tfah^ you (»a do: 
1. Carry ott a d^uomp prognm <» yovr bonit 

gnxndk ^ 

i, tMmVJMtn jtut yard by' rafcim iaavaa,^waoQ RIvct in all 
ki$, kMp^ te town mowtd and trees and Arvdit 
pnpisjf tnnuMd. 

S. I^ a Ikiwer garden combining fkrwwlag 
AnAs, a^ali Md peremiiate. 
4. He^ flawer bads free of weecb and ade- 
quately wMeMi 
S. aiiM a r«* gard«i or drip-pool. 

(. Witti yo»ff |»rent». plan a program for beautifying y«ir h<fflie 
Vid fmndi €im a perwd of years, mi:luding painting, fence rq^, 
Imdr^p''^ and sidewaft «- driveway repair axui coniMwtkm. 

7. Cut down ui^hdy weedi and brush akmg tiie hl^ay^near your 
hone. ' 

t. mspm of bottles, cans and ruH)ish by burying it 
f. If yott^flwal bum fraah, d# ar4B^ ■Mltehir nnrtiiinw ;..aia>a4»- 
biBtied-over tpeitt md ««as. 

M. Keep Im^ racreatkn areas clean «id attractive-fmn pond, 
woedbt, and tiw Uii. 

4« CMN Aaalst CemiiMBlty Beaotlfleatta 

Your ^8^ £« take te k^ in raaUag 90iqr bxail jrtnng people 
t^tntirtw! la topro^ng die appearance d yotv comJmD^. Also let 
the adrffa il yiw ffluMmn'ty kaow ttat 441 tsuabtn ate «Aling to 
help Witt ditfc «r rani beutificatioD afiofts. 

Service chin, offiesra. acbaol faculty menbera, park authorities, gar- 
Hm dih tT*^-^-'*- auntr^xm. landsffape anMec^ (kMiaU, and 
oihir 1(»^ biHriBtuim will be glad to leara ol your grpup's ii^^est. 
Gpr fmsmAmn to your onaoua^ <»- dfy lii^>rovip^^^|lQpl 

Itaffe «M «aqae mg^rtions for ommuntty canapaiipu: 

HiN iUli* trees alpi% streeU. . / 

f iii i WffB 1 1%' rase garden. 

!aii1n"T|'''t and paintis^ of pvinids nirrotBidfag public and semi- 
psiMc bi^MtagMbraries, Mbods, (^trcfaes, (»)lirthouses, and Grange 
hA. 

tajftm0nat <rf paits, inchidhsg aiM4ttt»' signs. 

Btimtiflj aUm i iif hi^nray e^WMea to fte c^nmunity. 'j- 

Tftmlitimiiit of feed ai l) w < ^um or |Bi46i cent^. "*™ 

Mani B Sl fflwx in^KOvemeilt. 

MMnflcni 01 nan di'Hipniyi. . 

Qtf^km ft^^fa^ to coRfflsuiity pteide araa. 

(kon^ fll^ iMdftlgB to iMdiyard pkto for laidsca^ ine 

ftt^ iBore JWui'iuattui^ isottM^ ^w &ct4ulott AgcQto! 

COMING E?S4J8 "l 

Sept W-^Conier's 4>R Ifig.. L^CIes lleS»dtot Omrdi, 7:30 P.M. 
Sift 1S-4-B ^ar D^ibutw M. R. Ad«iQs V'ann. a^c Princess 

Ano^ 1040 AM. 
m^m-SaS^ 4« MM^ Porter's. 7:30 P.M. 

%t SS-Oct V-N^onal 4-H Oub We^ 



Visita« to VIRGINIA'S ANNUAl. 
AUTUMN PILGRIMAGE (Ms yMur, 
will ^ tmei^v m ktmm flit 
two daoKkm whMb tf« aiwctoii 

ea to this evoit. 'I'hnK form a 
mbrtantlal badclog of toe farty- 
five bMoric churches, how^ and 
plBnt<itH*« which wiU (^ea, on ikt 
two waekcndi of Oeiite- 1, 2 and 
3 and October 8. 9 and 10. 

The City d F^^AeMuimg vriU 
kk^ off the event October 1, 2 and 
3 by q^eiiis^ four d tts niMt bto> 
toie ^ttrtim. Westrntrdand Ooib- 
ty will folkm with Watford HiA 
$nd Wakefidd. 

Farther aoutf< visitors wD find 
housa to please each indlviclual 
oaoog tiiose opm t» drist 
cWdi in Middlesex Qnaity. Also. 
Uiey may obtain haich here on Fri- 
day aid SahUFday. Rarf among 
th»e is TODDSBURY. couider^ 
the Mother House (rf GlouchestCT 
County. "At his home on Uw Nortii 



Todd, St., to his son, Thomas Todd, 
Jr., when he lay dyii^ m his ship, 
"The Virginto," enroute to Bif- 
land in ^679 TODDSBURY had* 
then been irtandir^ for some two 



Another hooia wWdi to boia^ to 
dwm Aoae fn^viato «Bai#t to 
miof the P%rtnMi Is VHER 
CHAS^. a m^m dgbteuth 
ceBlury brick wih dipped gabks, 
flnner ^mtotun, two eMmneys 
witfa osmer flr^tooes Probably 
built btioK 1713. tt mtt Mlevcd 
to have b<Mi deatotqred hf ftoe 
armind 171^ raatorad aroiad 17K, 
and saw dwi^ps to iU toteriOT 
about the itid(& IKO's 

mmm^T, tmtattly "Pyonki 
tttdi (|u«ta'," Witt ito origii;?] 
bulk^ps and partitions d solid 
Mck stiU intSMzt, sito hi^ ibavi 
the PyanUtank Riv«-. An o^d 
hmise, dr» VKMA, it is soimwhat 
i&futoad ^ modon and con^^ 
to^ Mhtttkffls of porches, den and 
Nwaebtdd of^xs. 

In adjaco^ BliAlwws County is 
a dMrn^ snudD and vety oM 
houw s^ mnom andeat tr^s 
iJOM m nuipuBm, nanwr iot 
huge sprawlb^ mapiolto toee just 
outaMe ttie door and sakf to be t:.e 
laifaat<» the East Coast Hie in- 
terta- is hand8onie|]^ fumi;ri»d 




w^PHnfl^^^n •^P^Bp^ #P^p^flafl|^ ^^i^^^^^^v ^^Wp J 

I2AFW0OD, % ^W^ of 
Saluaa. bidlt to »|^ Ai IM of the 
Mro oldiat h«ii an dia village 
ksuliook and to ftnMad diarm- 
ii^ .iHtt &N asfiqpM TIk Be«' 
by iMla «f U (^nerat Lewie Bur. 
w^ Pull« (R«t.> UJ^M.C., and 
Mra. PuQer ooR^iiato te nmber 
open for Chrtot Ouirdi. 

St. Pitor'j Church to New Kent 
County dso Jotas dW pi^puting 
dniicbM to tte year's FQpto^**- 
LuwA wfll be served Nra en ttto 
ist and tad. Offktolbr de^lpated 
the "Fbat OattA of the Fh« 
Fh^t-Lady" and a MatioDwl Land- 
mark, a Peter's wffl be support- 
ed by five totor^lng luMoes. 
■niese tadnde HAMPSTEAD 
whidi is considered to be the finest 
examide of federal arcMtecture to 
the United Strtes. tbe interior has 
a free*aflgtog cfrcular rtairway. 
uiiiMiwiitiil iilaitrr im^ ^Iver 
door taadw afid tordy wjod carv- 
togs. Bewritful ^rdeos may be 
seal here. 

Adjetautl St. Pder '^ tturch is 



with an excellent collection of Vir- MARL HIIX FARM. U b bdtoved 



iMt tN Mat ute of flto preaa« 
kfipe mm wMn tfoitod UR 
teMoom ftnAMp frm te 
Man, Sale Md^^^ family m- 
Mod from the t^plenn oraUvy 
9h«i# «MlfMBrtM pertod. 

WIttTE FIAIF^. wether vhv 
^ hRMe, toiOt «b(Nlt t«» If «W 
tkfhimi wMb five dermer wto- 
ipra and an Eto^ab bMemaii^ 
ilJU has Ms <»^stf maMels, iam 
■id bvdy hamicKTed stoiru-a^, 

(hie hooae, THE CASTI^, pre- 
set^ s) oifirdy dSTeriol i^pm* 
UM». Ihe bridnMMt la m extrem^ 
intMMt, a portton bdng toU hi a 
wovfB ffiaet, w|it 1^ «ist fe- 
msM^ a d>scUHii«d ^ m^ 
arttoan (pKor to 0oi» veMlld 
from the «conpted ittodc of brM- 
]a^ 4 toe di|r*aad a-eitod his 
o ito cote^ . 

HSnCEAT FARM was »%cted 
as recently tm |PM on aito of an 
nrigtaA ^HtoMn hoiaae wWdi 
wM itoit^ed ihffii^ tte OvU 
War. 

B r odiu res 011 request: Write 
VIRGINIA'S ANNUAL AUTUMN 
PILGRIMAGE. 380S Chamber- 
layne Avenue. IUc>*ainnd, Virglnie 




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Ut |W put ^ur hf^%;^t«m 

through Its paces and make sure 
It's ready for wlnter^^ll , . , 

•eon. ' *{': ' r^ ', 

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Prince AiBW Lod^ Ho. 8 of tte 
Fraternal Ordar of Pdice recent- 
ly attended the immA Coof^r- 
aice qI tbe F4QJ*. h^ in Pitts- 
burg - 

T^MB Intending from Vkgiida 
Beadi were Chid James E. Moore 
udJiia wi^Jl. C.B. BMrilay «)d 



his wife, Lt. H. C. Teny and hi: 
wfle,' Bart>u«. who is one of tlx 
newly eleeted National Trustees o< 
Oie La(&es Adxiliary F.O.P.. Dat 
Dou^as G. likCiNid ukI his wife 
Det. Harry Seagu' and his wife 
Md E. A. Cuhwhoose. 

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Virgiim Beach Theatres 

BEACH BAYNE 

25th 6 Albntfc 17th y Athntic 



TODAY, nu. A SAT. 

September 1^18 




TODAY, FRI. A SAT. 

September l©-r8 



"Help!" is ^soitiaOy a hcdiday 
;rictiB«, accMtUi^ to pt)diicer 
Waltttr aMBsoii. who made it in 
two totdy Qon^vrtBg hol^ re- 
lorts. F^ rdie second BMitiee fibn, 
»d the first tai oikir (EMtinaOh 
^xkx), die txk and crew Raveled 
j«n Calypso to ^yodd with a lot 
rf yeah-yNh IbsmII te. Opedi$ 
'^ednesikgr at ihe Beach Tlteare, 
iffou^ United i^t^s r^*^, it 
s [duuied to imdie uiy day it is 
ism a Mldi^ for te SMnrt^^iS's! 

Fliitdi^ (^ this new madwss be- 
lan al LoBdon's Twtetetbur 
Studios, n^iare Tlw *»""" ' *^ 
10IT famani''i9m "A avd S^^ 
Hl|^t" waa nuKte 

Il^re ttie aittire uitt 0«w to tta 
Bahamas. Muffled in ca<; '^ 
idrvai to emtet dw irti^ F^ 
ruary wei^ier in L(Mid(w, they 
were ill-(urq^ared for the 90 degree 
«mpa-atures o( Nasswi's idiady 
uvas. Over 4D secpuK:^ w«% 
ItaMd in and wwind this famdus 
'xmrl^ rracrt and sMkn^ nM»t 
A the island and tiMirist popuIatiMi 
were in attendance. Uimpb v»«re 
very few intarupticau and vtSDit of 
!}» «^, ui^sclpIiiKd mobbing 
ftat tates plaee on mai^uvj^ 
around die world wfaen Ite Be^ks 
arrive. 

Final Bahann? satiuaM^s were 
shot on Paralyse Ulaml. Whfle di- 
rector LMter supervtaed the cf«w 
on the beach, abnoat evay ittn- 
ilver in the vtefaj^ was qwrattt^ 
from the saa bad . . . hying 1o 
sAage the dramatic rise out of dv 
water of a huge, ten-armed toni^ 
of the terrible orteota! goddeas 
Kali. LNter, In ctm^ant wiAde- 
'alWe communicatfam with divws 
handling t^ie air taid» an'* pressure 
b<«*8 needed to mo^e tie sfaw 
aj^warance rf tiie 40-foot S'^ l&^, 



managed to cwn{dete the ao^lfe 
three days--lfy which t^ 4»ifli 
cr«w ami idol wa« wat«^!k«gMt^ 
Less than a we^ wtt of ^ 
evcryMe was |p*e-de^ in 
in the Ai£^ian Alps ... 
wlwre Hie Beattes to^e<l jNir 
niadcs|> riienanl|^ns by "sw^ 
tag" «H a mooMatn top, nM^ a 
grand piano h»^ up 1^ ^4 
men, ta a freezii^ gak 

Ba(A in Eo^nd. in die qa^. 
the unit waa faced Ux dia Ibat 
time with a WMrk-st^)page. Xm^^ 
doB pdice warned di^ the fcritte 
jams cMoed 1:^ fans (hirft^ fSm^ 
\x^ of "A Hard Day > Nji^," ta-s- , 
year. woeU not ^ c£wn^arM«ced 
diis ^w. So Shaaam's paoj^ 
were obliged to riwot fortfiar afield 
and m^ f iba ftt epewlimdr^s 
of fleati«l UmSoo. A iiur>di|i loca- 
tion oa SaHshiiry Hains^was sn- 
Douaced tfid wMh die cth^^atkA 
af die Wap Office, «ti(£ fupfdled 
trdapa, tttiks aii(^tia^inart for the 
ec^asieQ, a nasr ftd«9Ae nri^By 
mannnior wu^ unritttti tto Hie 
script and flmid! 

lExactly wbirt ttiis us^m^ in 
to (to widi ^ pcture . .In* iw 
Slit SHMer #at duT ^M|fi ^ 
4M ataU. is a (k« djn^i^. 
calodated to keep » from kj^* 
h« iidMt tlia fa^ «iJMil.l)^ die 
terrible godds«t^Udili«|lk^ '•i*^ 
RingM«r ^«t«|^r.iflpprt ^! 
AudiefKes »% advised to stop wor- 
ty i wg. "m^V\m m t h e w a y! And 
ivMit «« avran grM* new Beatie 
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September 19-21 




Features: 



l¥iD., THURS., FRI., SAT. 

' September 22-25 

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HELP! 

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Beginning St^h. Sept 




OBtaMii«s«aiedURt 
F«ati»rea 2, 4, 6, 8^^ 




WonumPastII 

imHlUMilliMUWN 

S«fffc»r Mi^iy TrwiWw 

Ali% ceoma Kktagr or ^4d«r 

u men ana may ■lAe'ye a.tsaas jj ji 
oeivous from too f reqamt, tmtmmjai 
hdiini urioation boA day sN wtfit. 

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REMOVE 
WARTS! 

Doelem warn l***^^w!Sii 

gMM^HiML M<m unsinf Can^ 
sound W* poMftnitfle into mv^ 
SSeoye^bfisla. aetaaUy. malla 
wtfts away «dthout cutting or 
bumiag. P«»le8B, e«|»i«»» 
^^i>^«^ W. uaed aa du«^. 
r«xM>vae common warts safely, 
effectively, leavea no ugly acaza. 




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TEST 



1. |<!didor M*iV M^ 
have new the^ Mi 
lacnM. 

Ikpra 

2. He1lilarUi'*%Mollia^ 

Dick Addwnt 

3. eo*r in n*»"1 Sfif 
aaries* 

DavM JcuHtMli ^ 

4. Ha'H be tpii VftaU^ la 
"Ur^e/* 

Hamy Fonda F«lavli»i«i 

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THE HIGHWAYMEN 

AufluM 31 - Sej^mber 25 

Plus—TUtwa^s Onty » 

DANar^ DISCOTHI^UE ft MOVIES 
mOTENANNY OiNTOt-Rv^ M.-4.F Nit. 

letk aed atfaWHc Av«B«e 

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TloUs fmj. you. 

Agricultural Agent 



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■Acnsu mcATrai QtALmr c^ iiBj[ 

lloteB aOk tqelpaMiit ai^ newer imfiiodi of haadBng and ftoring 
bA hmt iteilt •*GU^9\ag' bMtala a pobfan far nflk producers. 

ttaii are fet^Mn vUdi an capaMe of nbrtiv^ rafrid rowth at 
lit IWH i yaiTiii . cammoQly between 8S to SO dt^rees Fahrenhat. 
ffciir'Awt esHi Aaeaae, but can cauae changes ia the phjrsical ap- 
NiMHlee «f mBi and can prodi^ dumges In milk flavor. Lflce otiier 
ia^tfla. ttwr we kilM by pMteurkatka. 

tt^^iA W*de A mflk U Vfaginia is cooled and stered on the farm 
b Ml tttria tt|MMe of MdUq{ |wo or three'days {ffoductk}n. It is 
pi^d op fai tefi inaiatti faok trucks and hauled to a dairy'fdaK or 
f«9M« ata^ flMre It nu^ be processed immediatdy, hdd over- 
^^ ar toadul apOn into large kng-haul trucks to be laken to dMaot 



la. te nft B«r be bdd la a raw sUti far ft«n two to four days be- 
fci« it is pMlaurimd Sometimes the count of celdJoving bacteria 
grow kito the mUDons bdore the mlft reachea'its final destinatkm. 

Hm HIV to eo^Mt tfiis prdi>Iem ia the nse (^ smitary equipment 
Md malboda (tf milk productioBl Since these types of bacteria origimrte 
fron soil md «at«r. keeping them eut of nrilk is bask^Oy the respoa- 
sMJi^ flC tfta ttSSt produce-. 

tliM tadwia moat often get into niOk btan the exterior of cows' 
oMn. and fR» meieaa sia^acea of mfflc equipment Basteally their 
ceotTOl rafiini ao more eSbrt than the ofdlk producer shouki already 
be ^vfa« to tte prodttctta aadteare of Ugh qo^ mft. 

fteduetts ihoidd preveril cows Hon wading fa ponds and marshy 
K«as where stofant water may foeter the bacto^'s growth. Tbey 
dMidd dMmiedly ianti the w«tor thiA uitaids driidc; they shoidd care- 
Mly dMB aad aaaWie cows' udders before R^Uting; and they shouU 
lharai#ly den and n^ttae aU niQd^,«fj4M»eitf brtweeo miUctags. 

1h# Mk tadk sfaookl be thertnglfly itelid. cleaned, and sanitized 
after iadi aniii^p^i. Olherwto^ tiie cQdaess of die tudc waQs makes 
tot Mtoi tmmam te growth of tlito t^ of badaria. 



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^ UOAL NOTICES 



VnUHNtA: 
b the Clarke eOice ef the Cli> 
eolt CeoH ef the City ef Tirgtola 
ea the Nh day ef September 



WCaANCEB T 

cary w viroinia beach, a 

~ BUddiMd ctapon^km. Con^Mn- 

aok. 

: va. _r -"■"' ' ■ 

RICSBKM) WEST, d aH, 1J*B- 

dants. 
OBOER (»r punjCATMW 

Hie objad of tte d»w styled 
aUtttetoadL free and dear of aD 
MM and eBciaita«nce|i." far the 
witHftH'f^ of the Uens tfieriBon, 
tfaoae eertabi Ints^ tracts or par- 
oals af had. sttudted in the Qty of 
Virfli4* *Baadi, Vir^nla. and 
bounded and deaer&ed as fo}k)ws: 

AB thoaa certain kts. piesei or 
parcels cf lai^ idtuatod iu Lyim- 
ham foiw^ City of Vta-gUda 
tee«$i. Skala of ^nii^Ua, hsown, 
mmbared and deaignrted on that 
cettdii plat entitled "Map of Eaatr 
fHabSk, Prk«pas Anne Oo., Vir- 
1^" 4^ed HoveaAer. JMS. 
macle hy E. C. Ft»r«iaii, C. 1., 
lAkh plat ia dufy of ifoord in the 
dvkt Ofllcr # te'l^r^t <^mirt 
of the aty of VfrgWa Beadi; Vl^ 
giiia. fa nop Bode 4 at Page 191, 




BkKk H; tds M throu^ M and 
27 tiH«ugh V fa nock SI; Lot 2B 
fa Block 86; Lots 1 thr3(# 13 fa 
Uoek 116: ud I^ota 31 v^ 32 fa 
moA 114: iefw«^e to which plat 
is hereby made Uff a mwe pw- 
ticular deseripticm d siM lelB. 

And it a^iearfag from ttie aver- 
meds d the Bill d Gsnqdeint 
filed herefa uid by Affidavit Ally 
toed: 

FIRST: Tliat dillg«ice has b^n 
uaed by and m bdmlf of ttie com- 
[dafaant to ascertafa fa «Aat eauh 
ty or corpwatiwi the folkra^ de- 
feidauts are, wiUiOut efifed, and 
tiheir fast known p<st d^ ad- 
dresses, whae kiiown, nc m fo;- 
kms: 
Richmond W^. 

address unknown. 
L. V. Koontz and Editii Koootz. 

Inubffiid and wif(>. 

Charleston, West Virginia. 
George West. 

address unknown. 
Bdfe Henson, aka Belle Hamaoo, 

addreH unknown. ™* ♦ ^ 
S. H. Rdiertoon, 

Charleston, West Vlrglnlib 3 
Ella S. l^nmwis, widow, T.s ' 

address unknoym. 
^anford Simmcns, aka Stanford 

Kmmons. I 

addr^s unknown. 
Maxwell Simons, aka Matwrt 

Simmws, 

address uidmown. 
J. T. Jackson It Co^ of Cknd^ifa, 

WeetVir^da, .^^=^^™ 

dendenla. West Virgfada. 
The Kanawha Co., 

Kanavi^ County, 

CharUston, West Virginia! ^ , 

SECXWD: T^at the said Richard 
West aiKl odier defendants in this 
suit nwy have died leiving heirs, 
<kvi8ees, personal rqin-esentatives, 
surviving ansorts, or lien crcdlt- 
m and, if ao, their names are un- 
iMni JHI tfidr last known po* 
(^ce SMMresses are imloHnvn. That 
the corporate ddendants fa this 
wit may be defiud and recdvers 
may have been appofated there- 
for, and if so the name of the re- 
apective recdvoti are taiknown 
and tiidr last known post office 
aJdie as es are tadmown, mid the 
stoddiddera and tl» last kntmn 
d&ov and directors d the re- 
apective eoporatkms are uidmown 
and fteir last known pod dfi<% 
addresses are unknown. Iliat tiiere 
an or mi^ be persons dher than 
(hose named fa t!» Bill d Coin- 
pkM Mercatod fa the raai «nte 
to be AqxMecT d fa Ma aalt whose 
naroaa vad lad known pod office 
atddreases are unknowoL 

It ia. therdore, OBSMBED thd 
the diove nained peracm, if liv- 
ing, and if dead, their hdrt, de- 
viseea, Hen creditors and personal 
representatives, and if nuurried, 
their Nspective consorts, <nd the 
dwve named corporattms, thdr 
recdvers, U tfiy, and thdr stock- 
hoUon Old Int c^ficera and di- 
redurs.MMl all (^rar p0!«»B otf^r 
than ttnsc hndn nanfed. who Kt 
m m^l be inta«sted fa vbe real 
eil^ 4o be ds^posed-d in d^ 
Adt, lAme namM are unknown, do 

aniear witiifa ten days after cfae 



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Ldl liTuid 14 through 30 fa I piAUcation of this notice and do 

whd is necessary, to protect tiidr 
interests. It is further ORDERED 
thd ti)e foregoing portion d this 
Ordo* be pd)lished (mce a wedc 
for faur succesdve weds fa the 
Virdto Beadi Sun a newspaper 
nublibd fa the aty d Virgfafa 
Beach, Vfagfaia. 
T-'ste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CleA 
By J. Curtis^^Pruit, D.C. 
Mr. Stanley A. Phillips, p.q. 
Princes Anne Statfan 
Virginfa Beach. Viigtaia. 

9-164t 



FUEL OIL 

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▼HUHNIA 

In the Clerk's offlee d the Cli^ 
rdt Cmai d the City d Vkrgfala 
Beach en the Mh day d Septem- 
ber, VMS. 

IN CHANCERY NO. SSSl 

GUSSIE MAE CHAPLAIN, 

Comidainant 

v. 

JE^JNIE E. WEYER, Executrix 

d the Estate d Clara L. Weyer, 

Deceased, d als.. 

Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBLICATTON 

The objed of the above dyled 
suit is to quid and estafclidi the 
tttle of ti>e cwndataairt herdn to 
'•er^Jn lots d land dfuate in Qy 
City d Virtfnia Beach. Vlr^nia, 
more particularly described as foi- 
ksws: ^ 

AS fats to Hocks One (D 
through Thirteen (IS) bdh tachi- 
sive, on a certain plat entitled 
"Virgtaia Beach Annex. Princess 
Anne Oountv. Amended Plat." 
^JatedOlav 19«. made bv Rwnond 
C. Alnwnd C L. S.. and dulv d 
record hi the Jerk's Office d tti!) 
areuH Court d the City rf Vir- 
dnia Beach. Vlrdnla, fa Map 
Book 41. at Pa« 41; less and ex- 
rentiiu? thefdrom, howevK", all d 
lots iBWf*ered Tw«tv (») 
throw* Ih'rtv Ftwr (84) fa Mock 
1htrt''en (U). both fachisive. 

And It aw«iHng bv affidavit 
All? Md ao^rAM to Utw thtt 
noern hcctofore 1sof<d k this 



Mary E Harfflrd, J. R. Carta*, 
Horace r. 8n^ AlaaaeC. Owens. 
mi Hugh Inward Owns, wi Ar- 
tiMT J. Murphy Ym hem rdumed 
by the City Sargead d the Oty d 
^lorfdk, Virgnfa "Sat Found", 
and dua dOgiact haa been uaed 
Mid ecercised l^ or en behaU d 
the compldnad hereto to aacer- 
tafa fa whd coudy or catnratkn 
they now redde without ^ed. and 
that ttie address d tlKse dden- 
dants stiU r«nahui unknot to the 
eomplainad herdn; and, 

Th^ procem herddore tosued fa 
this caun agdnd W. B. Rm- 
do^, aka W. R Randolph. Ran- 
dal Estates, Incorporated, aka 
Rudolph Estates, Incorpwated. C. 
A. Brothert. and R. Ndaoa has 
been rdamed by the aty Ser- 
geant d the CUy d Virgfafa 
Beadi. Virginfa "Nd Found," md 
due diUgdice has bOffl wed and 
exercised by w on bdiaff d the 
CWqfdafaffiit ho^ to ascertata fa 
ynm county w cwporttkw Aey 
now redde wittmit effed, and thd 
fae »Uress d th^e defdidmits 
dOl remains unknown to the com- 
plainant herefa; and. ^ 

Hiat process heretof<He issu^ fa 
thfa cause agdnd W. R. Wood 
has been returned by the City Ser 
geant d the City of Chespeake, 
"Nd F^und," and due dm^mce 
has b^ used and exercised by 
(X cm bdiatf of tiw comphinant 
herefa to ascertafa fa whd county 
or cni)oration he now raldn 
wttfaout ^ed. and ttid tiie addreaa 
d this ddoidad still ronains lai- 
known to the con^lainant he-ein; 

and. 

That process hwetof ore issued fa 
thfa cause agafad Mamie E. Mac- 
Cubbta. Maude R. MacCubbfa, and 
George B. MacCd^fa, aka 
GecH-ge B. McCul4)fa, Jr., has bett 
rehmied by the 9iei^ d Mat- 
thews County, Virginia, "Nd 
Found." anl due diUgerux has 
been used and exercised by or on 
bdialf d tile contdainuit herefa 
to ascertafa fa what coudy or cor- 
poration th^ now redde wtth<Hit 
dfed, and thd the address of 
<h^e dd^idants still remain^ n- 
known to flw con^lainurt horefai: 

and, " - - .- -— ^ 

Thd he fa advised, and verily 
believes dter diligent faquiiy, that 
C. W. Harrell, one rf the original 
Mendants herein proceed 
s^dnd, is now deceased and thd 
Ms sde devisee. {Rffsumt to tfie 
terms d hfa lad w0 and fada- 
med. ia Ifdwl M. BamO. vta 
resides d 2573 Princesi Anne 
Road, Virginfa Beach, Virgfaia; 
and. , ■ ■] ^^i- r ^^ 

That Itt fa advised, and verily 
believes after dliged inquiry, thd 
J. F. Woodhouse, (»ie of the origi- 
nal ^eieocfanfa h«rdn proceeded 
agafad, is now cteceaseH, and pur- 
mast to the terms d his lad will 
and tedamoit <&» propoty which 
^ part d the sd)}ept matter here- 
d was devfaed to Mrs. J. F. Wood- 
boitte. who fa now deceased, and 
purai^ to fae terma d her lad 
will and tedamoit the red estate 
herdofore oewKBd by J. F^. Wood- 
house was di^faed to Betty Wi 
Mayo, 1701 S Woodside Lane, Vir- 
gtaia Beach, Virginfa. Sara W An- 
drews, 3516 I^ites Place, Raldgli, 
North C^uft^aa and John Fn^ 
Woodhouse; 12 Red Oak Road, 
AshedQe, Nor^ Carolfaa; uid, 

Tim. C. H. Nonnan, wie ot the 
orf^ial partfaa tldendant bore- 
fa prweeded agdnst by order of 
pdjMcatton, did convey his faterest 
fa the property which is the sub- 
jed natter hweof to A. M. Legum 
by deed appearing of record ih 
the caerk'a Offfae of this Court in 
Deed Bodt 91. at Page 278; that 
the address d the said A. M. Le-, 
gum, after due diligence befag ex- 
erdsed by or on behalf of.the com- 
plafaant to ascertain m what coun- 
ty or csorporatiwj he now resides, 
rtfll ronafas to the ccwnpldnant 
unknown; and, 

T^t there are nt may he other 
persons who are interested in the 
adjjed matter of thfa cause, whose 
names and addressei* to the com- 
pkinart berdn are unknwn; that 
some d the parties herdofore 
named as parties defaidant, and 
the' aAlitional parties harem set 
forth may be decewed, mid if so 
the names and aAiresses d tiieir 
respective heirs or devisees are to 
the coniplafaant laiknown: that the 
name sand addresses d the con- 
sorts d aich d ttwn as may hnve 
beai nmrried the names and ad- 
dr^s®! of thdr rwrnxstive sueec?»- 
aors. wdens, or any Men cre^rs 
are to the complataant unknown 
and the same are pfoceeded 
against herein under the genera' 
descrintion of "Parties Unknown;" 
it fa therefore: 

Ap,njDGED, ORDERED and 
DFiCREED that Hudi K. Davte 
Marv E. Ibuford, J. R. Cartor 
Horace F. &nidi. Aleaae C. 
Owens and Hi^ Efcward Ov?«is. 
Arthur J. MunAy, W. B. Ran- 
doh*. aka W. B. Rudoldi. B«n- 
doMi Eddes. Ineorpm^ted. aka 
I^Mloldi E^tdN. bioHixaddl, C. 
A. Brdhers, R. Nelson W. R 
Wood. Mamie E. MacCubbin 
Mande %. MdJdiWn, Geo^ B. 
HbeCUbbhi, aha Owwife & B*ac- 



John Frod ^^oodbouae had <<t M. 
Ugun, do app^ wMWa ten <10) 
days aft«r doa pobUcrtka d thfa 
citfar and do whd to aacaiaary^to 
pratMt thdr hittfid harda; and 
K fa fttfther ADdUDQIS), C»IDER- 
10) and I^CRBOD diat thfa ord9 
be pd}Uahed anfa a wedc fw four 

4) succeasiva wades fa Uw Vfa- 
^a Beach Sun. a newipap«' pub- 
lished fa the Qty d Viiffafa Beach. 
Virgfaia. 

A Co|^-TMir^ 

JOHN V. FENTRE^. C3erit. 

By J. Curtfa Fnffi, B.C. 
Hubert & Rdd, Jr., p.q. 
2006 AtUotic Avoaie 
Virgfafa Baadi, Vu^idB 



mmttktmmit 



9-164t 



• uoALmncB 



COMMONWEAtIB « VIROINIA 

IB the CMi[*s OfHea d Am Ch<> 

edtCoart d the City d Vfagtafa 

BeMdi, OB the Teath day af Sep- 



Order d 

JUDY FAYE 
idt Plaidiif . 

JOHN AUEN ffilADSHAW, 

DtieaisrA. 

Ihe objed d thfa ai^ fa to ob- 
tafa a IMvorce a vincufa matrimcni, 
custody and 8i;q>port from tfie sakl 
delendad, upon the . ptNSKfa d 
crudty. And, an affidavH having 
been made and filed ttiat tite de- 
fended fa a non-redded d the 
State d Virgida, die lad known 
pod office address bdng: U.S.S. 
Ticonderoga <CVA-14) V-6 Divi- 
don. F.P.O. San Frandsco, Calif., 
it fa ordered that h^ do appear here 
wittifa 10 (ten) days after Aie pd>- 
licaUon hereof, and dd whd may 
be necesMry to inrdcd hfa idweat 
in thfa s'jit. 

A copy— Teste: / 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. (3erk 

By J. Curtfa Fniit, D. C. 
Mr. 'rteodwe A. Boyce, Atty. 
106 N. Plaza Trafl - ■ "^ /;^- 
Princess Anne Ptaia 
Virginia Bea(i, Vir^nfa^,^_ 



OOMMONWKALfH OF VIRCHNU 

In t^ Cleffc's Offfce d fte 
CfrfBdt Cmat d tte aty d Vh^ 
jWa Biaf*^ « Jha Mh day d 
Angost. 1MB. 

Otia a^PMaUm 

JOHN W. MURPHY, 

Pfaiatiff. , — 

agafad • I ' 

KATHUSENANNB 

TIERNEY MURPHY, 
ddoidart. 

Ihe dfjKt d thfa suit ITlF^bi^^ha Ihomas Fentress, 
tafa a divorce » .dncub matii- 
mod from the sakl ddodant, 
upon ti)e gromds d two years 
voluntary sqieratkm. And an d- 
fldavit having betti made and 
filed that die defatdaot fa a non- 
redded d the State d Virgfafa, 
the lad known pod dfice address 
being: 2SB Woodford Stred, Port- 
land. Maine, it fa ordered that she 
do aiq>ear hen withfa ten (10) 
days after due pd)lfaati<m ha«d, 
Old do what may be necessary to 
proted ho- intered fa thfa suit 

A a^y— Teste: 

40BW iJr fl^lTRESS, Cterk 

By Mary M. White, D.Q, 
Brydges k Broyles ^ 

1389 Laskfa Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginfa , 

* Mft4t 



Hgdnd Hu^ E. Davfa, GUbbin. Jr., Sara W. Aakwn,^ VlWam, peeaaaed. 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 
la the Clerk's Offlee d the 
Oredt Coort d the City d Vir- 
gfaia Bea^ Va. 
FALA CORPORATION, 
Cdnplainant. 

V. 

JOHN FENTRESS. SI Clifton 
Place, Bnx^yn. New York; 
MARY MAGADALENE WALTERS, 
79 Powe Stred, Ansonia D^y, 
Connedicd: LENA MAE CRAW- 
FORD, U27 N. 18th Stred, Phila- 
deli^ia, Pennsylvania. JOHN 
FENTRESS. JR.. 251 Clifton Place. 
Brooklyn, New York; ROSA FEN- 
TRESS. 206 E. Olnev Road, Nor- 
folk, Virginfa; FRIEDA OSBORN, 
3747 Tapscott Sfaed. Brooklyn 
New York; VIVIAN MUIAEN3. 
3747 Tapacotf Street, Brooklyn, 
New Y«*: UEROY FENTRES. 
JR., 306 W. 9Srd Street. Nsv York. 
New York; CARRIE L. FEN- 
TRESS. 1S»4 Ann Street, Norfolk, 
Vii|^: JSSI^IE BRITT. 385 N. 
Witch Duck Road, VirgiBfa Beach. 
Vfaginda: RICHARD BRirT. SK 
N. Witch Duck Road. Virdnfa 
Beach. Virgfafa; ALICE WIL- 
LIAMS Address Uhknown: VEROlt 
FENTRE^ Address Unknown. 
WILLIE FENTRESS. Ad'^ress Un- 
known; 3GBH THOMAS FEN 
TRE^. Aidttvas Unknown; ES- 
MOND WILLIAMS. Deceawd. 
EMILY WILLIAMS, a/k/a EMILY 
WILLIAMS RIDDICK, Dec eased; 
ELQSA WILLIAMS SSCKELS. De- 
ceased: HARRIET WILLIAMS 
STEPHEN. DeceaavS: ALFRED 
WnUAMS. Deceased; NELSON 
WILUAMS. Deceaaad; PENNY 
WILLIAMS. Deceaaad: ALFRED 
STEPHENS. Deceued; AMELIA 
SHEPRENS. Deceffied; USATAS 
STEraSSIS, Decceaed; NM^N 
WILLIAMS. JR., Deceased; 
OSCAR WnUAMS. Deceased; 
BONNIE SPADY, Deceased: AN- 
NIE SPADY. a/k/a ANNA 
S»ADY. Deceaaad; SADIE 
SPADY. Deceased, and EMMA 

or if M7 



k iSm d»fa adnal ^iwdairtt 
ha idUi^ttn ttdr h^^ or 
devtons. ti^lbir Mdi any Md 
di adiBr pitfidur Imam! or vs^ 
kMm, who n^ hava an fatereat. 
rii*. tifle. * <Mb to aod la be 
pr^^arty aai#ft fa be partitioned 
fa iU^pnced^ti. are ^ owatfs 
or hav« aa iafaatd tharefa. 
iWdNirafa. 

ONat af nMltatlni 
Ite ob)ed d thfa niit fa to 
pHtttlm tfia hodni^ dcso-fli^ 
real pngBttj fa one d the moAm 
preaisffiaf W Kw, to adjufflcale 
the fee «faM« mw^s d ca'd 
pr^wty. Mid to Mforce thi 
rlj^ of the eon^aiaant unto 
m ofUkB agraanaeiA dded Mardi 
». 1M6; add property dtuate fa 
the Oty d Virgfada Beadi. Va.. and 
bdng more particularly bounded 
and dsacrfljed at foDows, Vwit: 
AU tiid cotata pieoe d- parcel 
of laid, together wtth the fan- 
p ro vem e d a theretn and the ap- 
purtanancei tberq into belong- 
falg, sihjate Ijflm «od being 
located I«farth d Virgin<i Beach 
Boidevard (U.S. Route 56), and 
tannadfatdy on the West side d 
Wttdi Dock Road (formerly Bay- 
skfa Road) fa Bayside Bon^igh 
of the Caty of Vfagfaia Peach. 
«id more partkulariv bounded 
md described as folfaws: 
BEGINNING d a pdnt ip the 
Wed boundary Ifae d Witch 
Duck Road (formerly Baysids 
Road) whidi pofat d hegindng 
fa located N. 15*30* E. 87.0 fed 
from the Nortii bo(fa<fary Una 
d lUdiard Road, and from said 
pdnt d b^innfag rundng thence 
N. IS'SO* E. al<Mig the Wed 
boundary Une d tibe aforesdd 
Witdi Duck Road, 235.% feel 
to a point fa tiie we3»: bwindary 
Road; thence running N i2''05'- 
30" E. along the wed boundary 
line d the aforesakl Witch Duck 
Road, 279.25 fed to a pofat in 
^ Wed boundary line of the 
af(»esaki Witdi Duck Road; 
thoice turning and rutmfag N. 
m'WW W. 628.68 fed to a 
pdd; thence turning and runnfag 
S. 44*30^" W. 481.48 fed to a 
pdd; thoce tomii^ and run- 
nfag S. 68'58'1(^' E. 782.11 feet 
to a pofat fa the wed l*oundarT 
line d tiie afwesaid Witeb Du^k 
Road, vi*idi point Js dso the 
poid and place of beginning, and 
cmtaidi^ 7 acres, mfure or le«s. 
An affidavit having been made 
Oat the adlretKS d tiw following 
dddidads. Ahce WiPiams, Leroy 
Foitress. Willie Fentress, aiid 

aw un 
kno«ra; and that the foUowing dc- 
fendads ore ncHiresidoifa of the 
Conrawfflwealtii of Vfagtda. and 
tint thdr lad known pod office 
addresses were as folfaws: John 
Faitress, 251 Clifton Place, Brook- 
lyn, New York; Mary Magada- 
lene Walters, 79 Powe Street, 
Ansonfa Doby, Cminedicut; Lena 
Mae Crawfowi, IfflTT N. IBth St.-cot, 
Wiiladdphfa, Penrtsyhrama; Joiin 
Fortress, Jr., 251 Clifton Place. 
Brooklyn, New ,York? Frieda Os- 
bom, 3747 Tipscott Stred, Brook- 
lyn, Nawf'York; Vivfam Mullens. 
f7|7 Tayscott Street, proddyn. 
New YoA; L«^ Ftfifress, Jr., 
Me W. 38tii Stred, New York. 
New YoA; or if tfiey he nd living, 
tijefa heirs or any othw persons. 
who may have an fato^ fa this 
^matter and that due diligence 
has heea used by and on behalf 
of the comi^afaant to ascertain 
the nanoes and/or addresses 
witixxit ^ect 

It is ordered that the above 
moitioned jfartfas. and hdrs .'•r 
other pearsdns or thdr hefars, who 
nwy have an fatered fa thfa mat- 
to- as devfaeM and aiSsigns. are 
herdjy required to upp^t 
witiifa ten (10) days aft« 
due publication imeoi mi do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
ted thdr respective fatei%d; and 
it ii kaOxer ori&rei that a 
copy d thfa order be pcMted to 
the fnmt of the (Courthouse d die 
Cfacuit Court d the aty rf W> 
gida Beach, Vfagida, nd less 
tium ten (10) days bdore ai^^ 
catfan for appoinhned rf com- 
ndadoner fa made herefa, and that 
C(^dea rf tUs order be at the 
same tfane mafled to non-rraident 
detedanfa at the post office ad- 
dress anpewfag fa the atBdavit. 
It fa ftulher mrdered' tiid die 
above portiim rf this order be 
pubUshed mce a wedc for four 
(4) consecutive wedra fa the Vi^ 
^fa Bea<A &m, a newspaper 
having i^erd drculation fa the 
City d Virginfa Beach, Virginfa 
A Cdjy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTPRESS 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, DC. 
Mr. Allen J. Gordon, p.q. 
P.O. Box 16268 
Great Bridge Stetfan. 
Chesapeake, Vfagfaia !»-264t 



WILLIE mi' mo^, h« 

iaMbMd, e/e XIDITH lOLI^R. 
«■! HoQnd Road. Vta^Ua 
iiaa^, tw|fP"» 

Ara« M. m^mm, Jissns w. si- 
^tm, <mottm unburn, 

lUZAiprB II SELBY, DAN- 
IEL MLLER. tfd if they he 
dead, tiwfa aurvivfaig spoiisea. 
, haha d faw. devfa^ or aw^, 
axMpt tiwaa wmad above, 
irteae nunea we wdmown, and 
tiidr respective Ifan creditin. if 
any tiien b$. md aH dh«"p»- 
sens «*o «• «• mi^F he inter- 
ested fa the property to be con- 
demaed fa theae proeaedings. aU 
rf add parties bdag h«d>y 
{ffocaeded agafad by Oie gener- 
d descriptoi d "I^irtiea Un- 
known," Ddndai^ 

Ihe objed d tiifa suit fa for tiie 
p^tioner to acquire by condem 
ndfan the fee imnpk tide, inchi^ 
bg but nd limited to. all ease- 
mote d access, lig ht and a^, ta- 
t^ML ttPBfe twtm dwtti^ upon 
sdd prfjperty tdna for a Umited 
access hi^way, and upon ai^ 
rani», toops at cmnedkas at ot 
with intersecting W^ways. and 
all ri^ d ingr^ and egress to 
and &«n tiie sakl road, said par- 
ed d land to be taken being de- 
scribed as foDows: 

ThRCSSL A— Bdng as Aowa <ffl 
Slwd 501-fe rf tile plwis to be 
used for Route 44, State Hi^way 
Projed 0044-134-101, R/W 201. and 
lyi^ on the southwed (left) dde 
rf ^dland Road baseUne and aid- 
Jaced to tiie existing soutiiwed 
right of way line d Holland Road 
from tiie lands d tiie landowner 
opposite approximate Station "f 
plus 00 to tiie lands of Rodney 
Harris anl Ivfa Walke Green op- 
posite approximate Station 8 plus 
84 and containtag 0.084 acre, more 
or less, land; and being a part 
of tiie same fand acquired by the 
l^^downo* fran Richard Krahen- 
bin Md Jeainfa Krahesibill by deed 
dated February 24, 1943, and re- 
corded fa Deed Book 216, Page 184, 
fa tiie dfioe of tiie Clerk of tiie 
Grcult Court rf ti»e City d Vir- 
ginfa Beach. 



woncis _ 

(WBraadd0i*iltai»c*asaryl» • 
% fa tetiiar tM^BD, 



thd 



4^ Oriar hi poMiA «^ • 
w«ek f« im •K^eidn »•«•» fa 
Aa Vfatfite BMid An, a new^ 
p^NT pd«*ad fa the City rf 
^^0da Bead), md tet a copy 
d tiifa Order ba poded A Aa 
front door rf the Courthouse d 
tiw C&cult Court trf tiie City rf 
Vfaglda Baaeh. 
A Q»5MWIa: 
JOHN V. naffWESJ, Clerk 
By: J. Corto rmtt, D.C. 

Board d Trade Bu0^ 

Norfob. Virgfaia 

9441 



VB^NIA I 

b the dert'a OfDea rf tiie Orcutt 
Oowt d tiie C^ d Virginia Beach 

on tiia Id day rf Septenber, 1961 

b OMaooy 

TAPO CORPCilATION, OoR^laiii 

ant ' ^ 



JOSEPH BRnr. 513 Pine HpUo4 
Norfolk. Virginia, VIOLA BRIT^ 
513 Pine HoUow, Norfolk, ViN 
ginfa, WnUS THOMAS POOLE, 
JR., An Infant, 1241 Valky Ave- 
nue, SS.. Washington, D. 
C, RAWIOND NATHANIEL 
POOLE, An Infant, 12^VaUeir 
Averaie, S.E., Wadiington, DC, 
and RUDOLPH POOLE LEWIS. 
1402 E. Od«y Road, Norfoll^ 
Virginia, Ddoidants. | 

Order d PdbUcatlMi | 

^le dljed d this suit is to 
titi<Hi tiie hereinafter described 
real i>roperty fa <me of the modes 
,pres^ibed by faw, to adjudicate 
ti^ fee sfanple owners of sdd 
property: said property being dt- 
uate fa tiie City of Vfaginia Beadi, 
Virgfafa, and befag more particu- 
larly bounded and described as 
follows, to-wit: 

All that certafa piece or fMffcd 
of land, togetho- with tiie buiUini^ 
and improvements thereon, situate 
fa BaysUe Borou^, Qty rf Vir- 
gfaia Beach, Virginia (formerty 
Prfacess AniM County), more par- 
ticularly biunfad and described aa 
foflowii^V^— "*— -^^^3:-:7i- 



VIRGINIA: 
la Oe aeffc*s alftoe rf the Cb^ 
eait Caort rf the Ctty rf VIrgtato 
aa the mh Ifay rf Aapd. 

stKte highway' ODMMlSaON. 
ER OF VIRQINIA. Pdtttoaer. 

V. 

THELMA M. WASHINGTON and 
FRED WASHINGTON, her hos- 
b^wl: .TTIDITH MIUJaR, wMowj 

ED(asNE H. mjjat. m-nv* 

ried; GLADYS L. BROW^ and 



PARCEL B— A perpetual ea»- 
med aid right of way for tiie con- 
atruction, <^)eratkm and mafate- 
nance of td^ihone Une facilities, 
including any and ail n^essary at- 
techments and appurtenances 
thereto, along and contiguous to 
the proposed Sodh^ii^; 9^ rf 
way line d said Hdland Road 
from opp<»Ke aj^roqdmate Statifm 
6 plus 34 to (^dto4^[mfaaate 
Stetion 8 nlus 95. 

The above partiw are bo-eby 
notified tiid tiie State Hi^way 
Qxmnijafana- d Vfa^nfa will on 
tiie 24tii day rf September, 1965, 
at 9:00 ^'ckidc A.M., or as aoon 
tiipreafter as counsel may be 
beard, move the Judge d the Cfar 
cuit Court of tiie City of Vfagfafa 
h&xii, at tiie Courtiwuse at Prin- 
cea Anne, for flie appofatenent of 
CommisdOTiers to as^rtam which 
will constitute jud compensation 
for tl» lands above described be- 
fao^ to you, whidi 'tiie State 
lfi^iw«y edJtthisdiMi pn^ses to 
condonn for tiie location, con- 
staructfan, operation and 'fnatate- 
nance of Stete Highway Rdite 44, 
Project_W^i3il01, R/W 201. fa 
tiie, City^^^irgida Beach. Vir- 
gida ; said parcel befag as shown 
on plan sheets atteched to the pe- 
tition tiifa day filed fa tiie above 
styled cause; and to award dam- 
ages, a any, resulting' to the adja- 
cent and dher property rf tiie 
owno^, beyond the «ihaiwemait 
fa vdue whidi may accniue to 
sdd property as a result of tiffi 
location, condruction, qperatira 
and mdntenance'd sdd fai^ay. 
Ihe owiwrship. location and de- 
scridion of the proptrty to be 
condaniwd and tiie easemente fa 
connection therewith, the natiire 
of tiie constiiiction and the faca- 
ti(n d sdd hi^way will fully ap- 
pear bv rderaice to said petition 
ai^ ohSiits on file fa fae OmVs 
OffipB rf tiie sdd Circuit Court of 
tiie City rf Vfaginfa Beach 

Affidavit having been made tfiat 
Ann M. Sivers, Jessfa W. Sivers, 
George Miller, Elfaabdh M. Sel- 
by, and Daniel Miller are nd res- 
idents of tiie Stete of Vijgima. 
after due diligence <m tiie part of 
the petitioner to ascertafa fa ^d 
Countv or Corporation the said 
Am M. Sivers, Jessfe W. Sivers, 
George Miller. Eliiabeth M. Sel- 
by. and Daniel Milter reside, witii- 
9a/t effect, and tiie heirs d faw 
or devisees or asdgns, if any, d 
tiie sdd Ann M. S^ven, Jessfa W. 
Slvsers, Georee Miller, Elizabeth 
M. Selby. and Daniel Miller befag 
unknown, and tiieir rrapedive Uen 
creditors and all other oarties in- 
touted in these proceedmgs befag 
inknown to tiie petitioner who has 



Begfaning d a pdnt on the wMt 
side of Baydde Road as shown on 
pfat made by S. W. Armiste^, 
C.E.. dated Augud 3, 1939. and 
duly recorded. 164.3 fed from a 
pofat, an old pipe «i tiie 'western 
line of said road, and from sudi 
point running nortiierly 164.3 few 
to Newsoms' farm Lane; thence 
ruiuiing ^ an ead^ly direction 
S. 54'22' E. l,iS7.1 feet to an old 
pipe; tiience fa a soutiierly direc- 
tion 156.6 fed to a pofat fa tiie 
eastern line d tiie pn^rty wWdi 
fa the sd>jed of an agreement 
m«itfaned fa deed recorded fa 
Deed Bode 19S, Page 582; thence 
fa a westerly dfrection S. 54° 38' E. 
14S1.S fed to tiie pofat d bedn- 
nfag on Baydde Road, contafaing 
4.35 acres. 1 

An 'Affidavit having been made 
that tiie foUowfag defendante are 
non-residente rf the Ckxnmonwealtii 
of Virginia, and tiiat tiiefa lad 
known Pod CtfHce addresses were 
as folls*s: WBKs Thomas Poole,= 
Jr., an Irfapt, 1241 Valley Avoiue. 
S.E., Wadtii^ton, D. C, Ravnwnd 
Katiianiel Pode, an Infad, 1241 
Valley Avenue, S.E., Washington, 
DC, «• if ttqr be not livfag, tiidr 
heirs or any dher persons, who 
may have an fatwest fa thfa mat- 
ter; and it is ordered that the 
above mentioJted parties, and heirs 
or others perswis or thdr heirs or 
assi0is, ^dia may have an fatered 
in this matter as devisees and as- 
dgns, are ha«by required to ap- 
pear wtthfai toi (10) days after 
due publication hererf and do 
v.*hat ntey be necessary to orotect 
■ their respective fatered; and it is 
further ordered that a cony rf 
this or(ter be nested ta ^heif'-n^t of 
the Courthouse rf the Orcuit 
Court of tiie City of Virefaia 
Beach, Vfaginia, not less than ten 
(10) davs bjefore anplication for 
apDointinent d commisdoner is 
made herefa. a^d that copies of 
this ordw be d the same time 
mailed to non-resident ddendante 
at the post office addresses ao- 
pearing fa the affidavit. It is firtii- 
er ordered that the above nortion 
of tills order be publfahed once 
a week for four (A)<r successive 
weete fa the Virdnia Beach Sun 
a newsoaoer mAlish*>d in the City 
rf Virgida B«ich. Vir*rini«. 
Teste: JOHN V. FENTRESS. 

Clerk. 
Bv: J. Curtis FTutt. D.C. 
AQen J. Gkntbn. p.q. . 

.M4t 



INCRAWarRV 

boCT unable to' detennfae tiidfj-RONALD T. DICKINSON 



nanKS and addresses afto* due 
di%raice upon his part to 60 so. 
all rf sdd ^o^es are proceeded 
a^fad undo- tiie g«ieral desa^ 
Hon rf "Parties Uriowwn." 

R fa accordfagly ORDERED tiid 
Q» above nam«l persons «dio are 
(NT may be fater^sted fa the prop- 
cHy to be cMtoaned fa tt^ 
{otiraedngB appMU-' witidn ten (10) 
digni alter due puUfadfan rf tiifa 



Vfrgtela: In tte CteiV^ i»W^ 
nf ti«e OreoH C^ «' Vhm ntv 
VtrdBia Beach, oa the Srd day 
of Sept, IMS. 



Cdnplainant, 
vs. 
GARNET L. DICKINSON 

Defaidwit. 

The obled rf tills stnt b toe 
the arapfainad to obtefa fnm 
the MendasA a divorce a vinculo 
matrfafKxti m tiie ffnwinds rf de- 
sertion ami affidavit havfag beea 
nttde saM plafarflff has esKrctaed 
due dQifBage to ucetafa witi^ 





toA n 
JMf 

1^ and do Ktet iMV te MecMit to 
onteet iw MmMk R to erdnvd 
^ thiscrdir to piMiM 

^ the Va. fieadi Sub, i 

baving a pmal dns^MM to tta 

dty. •' 

JOHN V. FEHiia^ ca«k 

By; Uuy U. Hfbtts. D.C. 
'WiDiffln T. Pivfeer. 
to4 Court Sbml 
Portsmoutb, ^^r^tti p.'q. 






fig pyn wiiiit i^iynw. 



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Of 



PAULVQML, 



miMMLHomcm 



• LMALNOViai 



ftMaOA 
In the Oatfrnmet tl Ot Or^ 
eatt Cowt «r iM Ofy oT VkiWa 
Beach, oa the Itt dKjr ol 8iptea». 
fcer, iMp. 

iNcaiANai^Y 

DOOKT NO. 
FMKrmW SUIT 

MILDRED BORST, 
Plaintgf, 

VI.- 

DOROIHY MANGOS ST AL., 
Defoidaots. 
ORDER OF PUBUCATiON 

The dbjed (rf this nit is to ef- 
fect partitioQ tfwn^ <be owmn, 
by aUotaHBk or 8^««dgi k om 
of tile ixwdwdModbad by law, of 
cei^bHO Tmi M^ ki iko Ci^ ^ 
Vi^l^ Bearfl, Vit|^, knows ai 
128^ SouiJi 0«»at Nedc Itoad, of 
whidi ft«d W. Root and Butb M. 
Bond died MdMA Md pa a wid. 

And an af^vit hmnB% hm 
made and filed ttat the dele&dmts 
WUUam J. Cettoo. Itadi 6. Mr*. 
Raynwid E. CotHMi. Batata Cot- 
ton and Thela C. Vest, are mt 
residents oi tbt iState of Vi^inia 
and thiA (al^pnce hu ban wed 
by or on behal of iba idaiattfE, MO- 
dred Borat, to asofitun ki what 
county or ue ipw idiuii the dden- 
dant, Cbarlas L. Cotton, is. wttb- 
out effect; abd the biU ttaling that 
t|ere are er may be penont to* 
terested in Wk KtJKA to be dis- 
posed d or divided, irfiose ottnes 
are unlcnown, and mydi^ sudi 
pers(HU defeadMts l^ the geSnk 
descriptkai oi ^a^xa vakacfm, 
and i^dsvit having ben naade 
and flkd tfiat aut partiae are m- 
known, iRid) mdama partieB be- 
ing die h^t, de^as nd ncces- 
sors in t^ of Evilyn C. Stuart, 
deceased, daogfater of Raft M. 
Borst, dec^aed, aid a^ oHim 
f^fxs «^ m^t be inlenatod to 
the subject to be i^Mpaati of or 
divided. 

It is 0^p^£D:ihat tfe vU 
non-resided ddmadusts, vmrnfy: 
WiBiam J. Cotton. Rutb.C. Fqrth. 
Raymond E. QlttoO, Blii|unin Cot- 
ton and Thele C. /Vert, aoA the 
said defendant not ftnaid, namely, 
Charles L, Ootti^, and the said 
persons made defoadai^ iiy the 
general descripliim of "Partks Un- 
known" do iH^ear witfata ten 6ayi 
after due pii^ciAion oi thi^ order 
and do vd^ it necessary to pro- 
tect their totoicsti. 

It is furfter Ol^ERED ttiat the 
foregoing portioa of dya order be 
(Hibli^ied (mce a wed( for tour 
successive tiedn is: toe \Qrgtoia 
Beach 1^. a new^^eper pd)li^ 
in the Qty af^^r^, Beach, 9b- 
gmia. > 

A Copy Ifete: 

JOHN V: F»n»ESS, Oeit. 



Dk aldert of mm is to ob> 
tab a diwxK^a lieylonatrtaMti^ 
ismod^. mi aqipnt fn»i ^ s^ 
diiradaat^ ifMn noiiiito «f deaoN 
ttoo. And an aMvK h«i^ be« 
■Mde and fiM diat die dafcudant 
is a mn-re^iBl q| the St^ d 
Vi^ua, the hat ki»fwii post of- 
fice addreai hdag: m Boiaqp 
Sto^ Algkn, TfltiWena tt is ort- 
dead ttu^ he do app«Hr here wiUi- 
in 10 (t ea) daja jAer due p^ 

BOtmOU nHvBi, SBB uD WUB tafij 

be oecinatty to {rotaot ids iitf eret 
in this suit. 

A Oa|^--Taste 

JOHN V. F&mSSS, Ovk. 

J. Curtis Fn^ 0. C. 
Hr. "niaedera A. I^n, Mt^, 

mH,P\tmra& 

l^iBceas AqM Plavi 

VIrgiqto Paicl. IRrgnia. 

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\^rglnl« B««ch SUN, Thursday, Sepfmbr 16, 1965 



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aril Qik «( tti @^ at ^«#dA 
MhiMttaHRitatAHfuit, 

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la, MUM^JMS 

b. C. OENBY IQ&fB, m C 
Awue, Noifolc Vtrgftia. lOtS. 
MARY WAITS. ISM St Adn 
Avenue, NorfA. Vir^aia, Be- 



the 
jFews 
sep- 




^^beea 



» « nniaA 1 m a dkvora a idap4a nuM^taM^ 

^- yZT^riftmn the said di^adant upeB ttie 

^^•^ 'gMMda ol sepanttn ol more 

ttn M«^mtti»«eeaa&iM» «Ml 

Sai^tai 2M1 (9) ol dto Oode of 

V^t^Ma. 
Aad an affidavtt havtaig been 



iMPLCWMfiNTT 



40 Ha^ Waw>ad^"^M»ato 



MAID. S dvs a waefc Own trana- 
pertirtian. Call S4»»73. 9-lS« 



le^TAL ML^ C^TAtl 



In the etori oafee of Ow qiv 

eoK Court of the a^ ol ^^iata. 
Baaeb. on dw m di^ of Sq)t«a»- 
her, 181$. 

Airier rf ridilli ajtw 
CHRISTA ROSEMAISS HAR- 
VEY, Ut, Plaintiff, 



XmiKA 
ii a aaiWrtW ei tha ^H a( 
Vir^ida, dw last kaovm poet of* 
flee dfcew bdng: MS W. l«di 
Street. !few York, Nlw Yorit it it 
oBitmd tNfc ii^ dn aoP«M^ M* 
Millte « Mn> daiptiAtf #e fub- 
leiHaa bafao^ anA da iM a»ay 

la necaaavrtB F***^ t* ^*^ 
Mftta^lftait. 



BABY SrrTES^ aMIa. Om Off. 

Wnitoia. die laat known poet offlee »'^^fa-8^»^g^V»- 9»« 

bring: Ml "r arpi*.| 0I7(»TUNITY - WCMSN 

Wdl-groomed womoi wsnied. 6ta- 
morous busiaya laeiring qualifi^i 
appUcairts, agea lb9^ to da die 
toltowtog, full or p«t ttOM. 



IftlOOK^POKIMNT 



frift Utchen privi- 
»»3| 




n^ 



Unfwiti. 



Mr. Made V. Ifartowe, Atty. 



JABOS HARRY HARVEY. De- 



Ihe fk^ of t!i& sidt li to ob- 
tain a diferce a meisa at ttmv to 
ba lator merged into a dliance a 
vtood^ matrimonii &-(un die said 
Maodant, xspm the grounds «f 
d^ertion and ab^iiiBlnent,. 

And an affidavtt hairtag ben 
ande aad filed that dia defemlant 
to a noiKemlait of die State ol Vir- 
giida, die last known post office 
addreas being: Rai^ U, Peisb. 
Nev Yoik. it is ordered Uiat he 
do Sfipaar b«re i^d^^^, (id) 
(^ ^Rf'due publteiMon \ia«A, 
uid do «ri^t may be naoeaaary to 
protect Ut' biterest to dds suit. 

A oqv— Twte: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Oerk 
.ftrrMaif M. Whi|^ft#^ 
LomB X Clarite, p.q. 
S209 Virginia Beadi Blm 
Wr^nia Beach, ^^r^nia 

OJLJt 

vmmNU 

&i the derk's OfSce of the Oreuit 
Cmirt of die City of Virginia Beadi 
on die l|d day of Saptembar, ]i65. 

ONer of PahUcatisB 
JAMES R McKQIRY, Admtois- 
trator of die estate of S(%0M ON 
Stmi. deceased. Petitiomr, 



lAa d^art of Ml mil k % 
stni»ttaea^<aofrJilnwii 
to datamlaa Ct) «te ^ 
tte f«Kb BBCiived bf Ihi 
Mi4 (» to vbom i» aAiAdsiiii 
ttoa caats, aHate MbeiltiM* taxaa. 
•Bd tiih aiMa iMKBatam Ml 
be dM r g e d * , and an sAtevft ^v- 

MQI mm. WHUi wSsk '""^°* ''''^ 9441 
CmRLH SMBR. LAWU (^t _, .^ — -,^- 

1U JANE wmlB are not rw- ^^ n-rk's (^» of die Or- 

«Mlhi ten days after due pubKca- ""^ ^^ . 

UeBtelheCnyolf1rgini»B«MdK ^JjS!%ur*M ffHASUk 
Virgmia. and do what nnay be MCHARD muxut ^wauk 

msmuay topratect'lbiiir Mamto 
in die said auit ^ 

A cppy-Te«tee_ 

JOHN V. jrBftBSBSt 

By: Mary M. White, DC 
Bei^iM k Breytoa, p^i|. 
199 Ladda Road 
Viqpwa Bm^ V^#)ia. ^ 



N.W., Washington, D. C, H la ot^ 
(kred that he do upear hare wtth- 
to.19 (tea) daya after due pubUca- 
^ haraof, .aad do what may be 
BMMnry to protect Us inteieat 
io^Sia^aiA. 

j^ caof ^IMa: 

J0U« V. FlINTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. Cartis Fruit. D.C. 
Messrs. Eritom A KeOam, Attys. 
Bmvd of trade BidlA^ 
Norfolk. Vfr^da 



cMonNWEALiH or vnowiA 

to «faa dark's Office of die a^ 
cuU Oewt of die Oty of Vfrginia 
Baad^ en die 27di day of Auguat, 



Older af 

RI^ttRD R. IKYUm, Plato- 
til. 



MANAGEMENT 

RSCRUITING 

IRADilNO 

CONSULTING 

ms will stert you to your own coa- 
Bi^ics budn^. Fw a{^intBiait 
call Mr. Jeffers at S4IKStt. 

9«4t 



Af/iKntttkSH — FmUii iad « 
^gtsKBt^ud, Y^Mvfy or aaaaosaL 
Co(9ar Rarify. m Sth Sreal. 



mtfALMM. mAn 



vu 



MALL FmNlffiEn> alteadive 
eattttti for caiA. m ISb mmIL ^^ 
^^ »tfti 



Snaiat foidsbad and urtHmtohsd 
ir *r 
ittia Did^ QM 
Cmym Baal Eatate Conapaay, 



Booi vnaoaA TAYLOE. Da- 
famtont 

tlm ob^ of dds suit is to ob- 
tato a divorce a meua et dioro 
to be lator roosad toto m a vin- 
goto naatrtoBoai foodhdie said de- 
n^oB ^ graua&<rf 



A TiaUUFIC qqwrtanity awUte 
you if you haw sune sales expe- 
jleace. Tut or full time. No in- 
veatmant needed. Call Mr. Ray at 

9#4t 



PLENTY of business! Excellent 
of^KHiunity. Ri^ commi«d«i. B^ 



Wl AnaXw aiita PwrwtoNd 



imBAY CMiQIiY mL lOttt St) 
<kt stop H^t above l^aUer). 
noony 4 bedroont, S^ bate, doi, 
IH^ room, A^ mmk bitehm. 
^leboard halting, taat^taig new 
funac^ No gBH|» of liialailin or 
pete. Wto^ or year toaaa. CaU 
<M Mty at Wainwr^ Raslty: 



OGEANi^-Attoatioa Servim Men! 
„_:: a»a^ ooa#li^^^r- 
^hed. Nev base aad b«cii. Best 



Oaa nd two Mrairii furUAed 
Yeo' reaid. (^ 
or 



1 (» S MDROCm apartoMnts. 
in ant «Bi pir nendi. Year rouad, 
VMrtortaiWtod. ^& «»«M am 
A p jM, i Wttn 



120 76tti STREET. 3 ba^wimS, I 
baths, living room, diiring araa, 



1«9. 



9«4lo 



rX and^^^^^v^ L fireplace, l^ge kitchen, scre^ 
^ V unS^JJ";rtra^n.lporch, fenced yard. «^i2. «-. 

Part tinw — fun ttoae. Lynmiaven 
Cotony and Virginia Beadi Area 
See Jade Ooss, Compaos Rod 
E^ide Co.. 906 Shore Drive. 49I- 

94^ 



KaL ESTATTHDR SALE 

124 I taMa aa Par Sate 

m»MB ft« SALE - by ower, 
Iteaa badtaom' rucb. Mf to- 
ndated «a U^y Indse^acl lot 
Loaded to rwr of Aj-i^onft^Vil- 
lap^ <doie to ai^oida and ^ 
t^mdm. For 6AtadoqHti«i 
call 0i-(rm. - ^ ' J 






oQMMniwEALni ervnusBOA 

k Am dtito OlBoe of Aft 
Ctocait Conrt af the tH; if V^ 
gkda BcAdi. Va^ oalba»4 di(r 

if Ai«Mi. mpr • -it*^- " 

Order ftPaUitattii 

LOUISE W. BOLLOIIAN. 
Plaintffi. 
i^atort 
JORIt^ B. BCPLLOSEAN. JR. 

Defendsnt 
Hw objeafc ^ tUa suit is to 
obtato a divorce a \dac^ ntttri* 
nmd from the saki daCendant, 
«im tbe poimdi of desertion. 
And an aSlavlt having be«i made 
and filed tet dw ddoidant is a 
non-resbient of die State of Virginia, 
aad that;Aie diligence having 
been used' by and on behalf of 
4ie Oonpialnai^ te de^ennine in 
wiiieb county or oorporalkiB die 
defan^oit is wWioiit effoct «ha last 
Jwaay, WnUS SWIH. Box 65, known post office address being: 
MDiiiay. NewJeraay. CHiWJS » London Arkige load. Vir- 
SMTTH. 2423 North Itancroft gtato' Beach. ^%|toia. » is aidarod 



^le abject of ttis autt ia to ob- 
tida a divopea a vincato maftrimoni 
bem d» said Jrfii i lB i d opoa dia 
greundb af aiore diaa tw« years 
fflBtinBow and la^aimvugli^i Migr 
aration. 

And an affidavit havtog besii 
nivia nd fOid that Aa daleadani 
is a aonrcaident of dM State of 
Viiffaua. die last known post office 
•dikess being unknown, tt is orv 
d««d that be da tffaar ban witfa^ 
to 10 (ten) days alter due public*- 
lip bniM^ jj ft^jfc w hat, aw ba 

todikaaft >-w,v.-,M^ ... 
A canN^Teaiy: 
JOHN, V. FENfSESS, Oerk 
By: I. eurtisFiait, D.C 

lfr,Jiada V. Mariowe, Atty. 

m Pfaoa One 

Nerfoft. Virginia 

94^ 



JERSEY SIflTH, S31 GratoOMrcy 
Place, Atlantic City. New Jersey. 
WSJbiAlif aiiaii « Mb^bwet. 
Salon. New Jersey. MAIWCS: 
SMrm. Box 4B. Richland. New 



And an dSdavlt havwg been 

«Mda aad filad diat Uie Mendart 

ia^ mK«idaat of die State of 

Vir^nto. Oa test Itoown poat office 

addiMi betag: Itt S. Mebane St. 

BiuibM^ I^rth Cvoltoa, it is 

otdarad diat she do appear hare 

iriddn 10 (ten) days after due pub- 

Iteptin hereof, and do what mar 

be necessary to potect her later- 

est in dds suit - . 

A ow— Teate: ' t 

JOHN v. FENTRESS, Clerk 

J. Curtis Ftiiit Deputy Clerk 

Mesars. Bq^tgas li Bn^iea. A^ 

1309Laski9l^ 

Vkgi^ 



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41 Halp j(Nntad^-Mala 

Needed — 3 nwi iiimie^t^ for 
mMiaga- trainee {Kogram. Must 
be attentive aad cwe^ ratoded. 

Can 4a»41«, 

11-18 tfn 



FURNISHED -> year round. In- 
chides all utQities and beat Cou- 
ple only. Apply xn 19th street. 

844fo 



OOMMMnfBALfH OF VBOMA 

to die eierfc's OfBce df die Cir- 
edit CoiBt of thv^dy of Virginia 
^ach. on- the 2Sdi day of August. 
UB. 

ONer ef PaUleatlia 
mULAH IL BUZCHIHSQN. 
PlaWiff. 
agataat 
CHARLES IHOMAS HUTCHIN- 
SON, JR., Defendant 
Tlia objeet of tUs suit to to ob- 



mm 



ADDIWOf®, ALTBHATTONS ~ 
Repl«ii« ilor jQlstfr mi sib. 
porchaa anT itepa. LiMa ysiir 
buildb^ prdilama to as. Sober. 
20 years aoarieoK. Ilwak jm. 
B. ¥. Bolllr. UA 2«H. •'»^ 



WALSH AND sens 

Buiidinf md Umi i odrfnc 

We will build yoor .<keani brtna 
or make yoiff presert one a 
dream to live ta^ Bank finance 
mg. Dial »7-9O0 angrtime. • 

8-19^^ 

GENERA^ CQNT RACnNg .^ 
types of" hon^ <iiujrovaoieitfB 
and remodelto^ H|Mg nplfs 
and instaUatkM» tot class weric 
All work faapanteed, Bank fi- 
nancing. CM Mr* Staonv 497- 
7S51 or 827-9643. frW^ 




BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL 
> DIRECTORY i 



i^Drn<»« — Ahairfman sitter 
fibo-^toss, stone, acouaded tiie, 
floor covering, aagr ^e^3ete*n»- 
ti<ni; free eatianlaa. Dun-BliM 
Const Co. .m 3-MU; JU 1^7256. 

ADOmONS - Alterataw, kit# 
ens ronodded, roebig. giAters. 
iiliim, iiaaaMwiTinI r ep aiw Deodi 
Constfuctka pxvgany. smBm 
after S pm., 497^949. 




HOMl|-„^ ^^ 

^ # our«B* enwlver eii| 

for frte eaa^aNF: •«*• ^*^®' 



i^Mi«iiV 



SUFGO^^BB 




DHA^SIS^n^Bl „, 

skiOed aatotance to sdecth^ dee- 
orator faMcs, ostcan fitted by 
experte to your home. Satisfac- 
tion 8uamM»l C4 SU^^ 



MOVING 

^STmOVING & HAUUNG. 
■^leiity-four hours a day. Move 
Call MA 5-7990. 






PLUMBING 



fl^ffllNG and fNtfag »?«". 
^ and full bat|» tse«b!t«( 
]cMdias refnoddb4..atwpa i°- 
stafled. Fnr free erttotwle call W 
W. Wdktoaon, 






ngM^ BBStorin^ Vveity^oiB- 
i^^ice.,a9itet l^dtolslKing. 



•««»• 



MO IfftAQB-iOANS 

> »i i i i ii I ' ■ " ' ' 




^I^IK^rert. tapi an an* 
I8ti»ad kxal knd» Clwyaijaoiii 

tavtted. BasMenti4 1# ^I'^'^Sm 
Lotfi Cooqpny UW|^^ ^ 
den Arcade. Ca&HFi«R 



AUTQ»iQilLES 



Are you loqktog for a tod car? 
If yov are intoested la aoma of 
die best deals in team, 191 
modria ad up; imj^ at m 
and Cbareli ito. «r phsaa t» 






las a stadto at find ft Afdaattc 
Ave. Phone 4^1S& S-IMH 



■^p" 



P AINTINQ 



R7r&WAY-4tesidteittol; low to 
price, ngh quifilj work: Dili 
Mr. StokK ' 8-l»#r 






MTCftM^IIC 

_ RootOft 

dWdoaliiMkdo, at _ 

Aqy size jdk NAP 
>-»tfo 



cQNcroi fmm 



eosloni weric; Wbde Conorcte 
Sarvtoe: iM 



CgABUIS L. BLACi^-«oaei^ 
work, drUewag^ wpai^ R^as, 

^m^mi fraa uMiiiat |48- 

0914. aiQrdme^ f-IM&i 



Mm 



p*«p"^ 



g«ftg sPto»fr dagii»rie e. 

■^^^^^P^P* T^PflP^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^t 

l^MH^ J. W. « Oai^QMCh. 
* ^rntfn 



mtmrnm^ 



'9099'^ 



Ceramic viigd aa^hatt taalUa- 
tions mi: nfttn. .Il^tedde 
Tile. DM in. MM. Ml^to 




Announc:ementT"_ 



11 



A ft P Drivaaw^ys Inc-We will 
daUvar yaw* <ac to or from any 
dty^. CartfOtty selected drivers 

^^^ tfo 



AUTOMOTIVE 



20 A< i» * »gfc ' >— ^^ ***• 



19U Bl G. Sportacar. \«i^nto 
Beadi iUin*ei-Canpany, 566 
North Birdneck Road, call 4»-2Dei. 

Mft-tfci 



BOY WANTED 
$1.25 PER HOUR 
to work fw Natiwial amcem. Part 
^ne.or hiU time. JlLft^l. 

9-J«-lt 



PlJa>nY of busing) Excelleat 
opportunity. Hi^ coimnisston. Bor 
nus {dan and ioltoet inceotives; I^ 
cen^ Or unUcfflsed— wiU train. 
Put time — foU time. Lynnhavefl 
Colony uid Virginto Be»di Area 
See Jack Cross, Coovan R«l 
Estate Co., »05 Shore Drive. 464- 
3583. 9-a-tfn 

42H«lpWaiitod , 
Mil* or Hmth 



FURNISHED studio apartimn^ 
Cermoic tile baths. Attractive 
kitchens. Utilitiw furnished. AvaU- 
able September 15di to May iSth. 
Apply. Blue MarUn Lodge, 2411 
Pidfic Avaaue. 9^^ 



ItJRNISHED. apifftmoit livii^ 
roMn, bedroom, kitdien and b^. 
Heat and water furnished. 6903 M- 
lanticAveaut,C^42»'t886. 94-tfo 



VIRGINIA BEACH-CbDice neigh- 
borhood nasp Cavalier WieL 
Quaint Eiirly iMnerican brick widi 
alate roof, in bsautiful setting. B^ 
4 bedrooms, 2H batiis, coiter lull. 
Under $40,000. CaU 42M441 Frsnk 
Addnson Real Estate, 5«h ft Atr 
lairtic Ave., Virginia Beach. 

CLASSIftCD DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Mau;y Riganto 
Auction Company 



ISmicfi 



MANPOIWSR. INC. 
UBIIENI1.T NEEDS 



A I96B Simoa. In good ccmdition 
Price $200 cash. Call 4»^0Z4 am 
a^ for Robert C. Harris brtweer 
7:<» am k 3:00 pm. 9-16-t6 



BIGNESS SJRViaES 

$0 Appliance Sarvicaa 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover 
Saks and service. Prwxipt ef- 
fidert-iepalrs. Ptek up and de 
livery. Pbasa tfMtt. Fue 
Feed ft BuOdtog Sup^toa. Inc. 

tfo' 

II BuiMhig^Rapalring 



NEW AfH> REPAIR W(MIK 

Fluodii^ — Itoa^ 

Saee^ical " Air Comfitioning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND EUICnaCAL 

SUPPLIERS. INC. 

■ Fbone 46-2080 

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VlMIUAN, MJHBS 



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ALi;RIIAti#IS - Rapab» and 
iasHis. Cafl Carl, mmk t 



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NOTICE! 
Contractors ft Home Buikkrs- 
14 us help you widi dud ne« 
borne - additiona - or lapairs. 
We can Aumtoh materials frmo 
baseiqent to atic and aid you tt 



Safan ft Eaton, be. 
42M790 



We have tonnediate aasipanents, 
naaqy adpiCoA to yir|^ Be«^. 

Ttoie dff between jobs n/besi de- 
abred— wo-k oa these ten^;^ar; 
}d[)s wbm convenient to you 
Ph(H» now for toterview and jol 
iMi^miait, 627^1661. 

Manpower, Inc. 
733 Baush Street 

5-27-tf 

MERCHANDISE 
O Articles For Sale 

i PLYWOOD BA^ siiKle bee 
^th mattresses. Bodi for'$3S. Ca 

J64-3780. a-ie-i 

SINGER ZIG-ZAG, 65 M0D£;L 
lUARJ^JfTEED-Triw over bal 
ance $47.50 or $1.15 per wedt. 
Call Credit Department, Howart 
Sewing Center. 8S3-SB11. {dt^l* 

SO MAPLE chiid^tti's diaurs. Nat 
.oral for $2.00 each. Antique! 3.SG 
jirtz BoEaar. 9-164 



Effictoncy. sasdward beal. Large 
Uvtog area wiUi fir^lace. C^ 
4384236. 8-36fM 

FURNISHED) Garage Ai^rtmorti 
livi^ room', 2 bSrocnis, 'kitchen 
and bud). Wa^ farnidted. f0 a 
month y^u-ly. AVailidile Septem- 
ber 1st. Cril 428^«5. 8-ll»-tte 

2 BEDRa)MS. KJHWTY PINE 
LIVING BOOH. MODERN KITCS- 
EN AND ft^Ttt MplfrHLY m 
YEARLY BSpAL. 6^ JBLOOQ^ 
FROM OOESK. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY AND OCEANA 
N.A.S. CALL 587-4776. IF NO AN- 
SWER CALL BAOC IN MORN- 
ING. »^-tfii 

PURNISIffiD apartment now for 
roit. Year roumi rate. Heat a^ 
vator fumidied. Also wtoter nAe 
[w w<»i»rs ani liachersf CM 
1 G. Moore,, Jarvis ft Kih^en, 
128-77%. 8-12 tfii 

vustto's Coiprt Motd Apartmento. 
206 - 19di Street Efficiency 
apartmoUs. All idilities for- 
nished. Also. 4rooiB apartnMpt 
. and fumi^ed rosms. Bld^ 
frran &IS ^don. 1^ week <»- 
moora. 

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HARDIN SCHOOL 
"OF MUSIC 

BrtsEoiT HtTtfU; Dtiniiior' 
3ia . SStb S«w«t 
Yi^gl^ B— cb ^ 



REAL ESTATE 



*; lk|fcs.- Ratals 

Slm^4erm aad f^Af 

ANCHOR REALTY 

48^7421 ai^rtime for s«vice. 



BlfilNBS SERVOS 



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We Jpedaftia^feJgMi cabinets, 

,'fiQiiie ioBtdvamaCi aid my 

type €tmop wcMk. Ca^ Ponk- 

lliS Work It Ml Send! 

SINIMorMO- 

3-lMfe 

EMPLQYMINT 




$35. Hirtz Zazaar ET E'. 
1 round maitle {offped iee crean 
jUes. $^. Hirtz Bazaar. 9-16-2 

FURNITURE for sale-Bed, Vic 
twian chairs, Wedgewood china- 
Belmar pattanB. P^ and aids 
CaU Doris Mbkinaon, m-miL 

^ ^2-tfi 



SINGErt SEWING MACHINE: Ir 
'An new cabto^ equipped to ZIG 
^^G, buttonholes, fancy stitches 
kc. Local party may fuiish pay 
Wl^ ^ ILH monthly or pay cnn- 
4etobftonc« of $17.^ Can be tried 
out loedy. If tatoreated writo^: Na 
tK»ial's Adjurtor. Mrs. Dalton^ Box 
814, Lyndibaig. Va. 9*4' 

ROUND Oak Table, 3 leaves. $85. 
Hktz Baaan-. 42S>7m. 8^4fo 



40 l4^ Wan«a«-.Paifial« 



WAITRESS-^tperienced. Over 21. 
Steady woric $« pa- w^k. Marti- 
idi|ne Restaurant Q^ 48M1I1. 

9.I$-tfo 



93 Howsahold Goods 



few and mod^, one and two 
bedraeno. a^vUnento^ L«v year- 
ly iwft^i. alstf wiBe% and 
monddy ratals. 0^^42^6713. 

S-ll-tb 



jving room, bedro^n, kitdien. 
badi. Convenient to idicqipra^ 
churcha.^ laindrttiiat Very 
reasonfri^e yearly raital. Pacific 
Aven^. I%one owner 428^16 
or 49-1143. 

-. / , 7-294fn 



•URNISHED 2 bedroan apart- 
neat Uk Hiddle Lane. Call 428- 
xm, ax^Att 4»t L^ve n^es- 
la^ for Len Om^e. 9^tt 

I BEItfKMUf fuinishsd apttlp»t 
Ul utilides hmoM^ use d m- 
jcmaMc wasUi^ naa(Aine. Yea^ 
-emel $90 ptf month. CaA 
ISO. 



Ask Your Ey« Ptiyttciin 
Ab«t|t 

TRKYUMfS 

OUILD OFTICIAN 
Smving Virginia BmcIi 

1369 LmIciii Rd.. Va. BM«b 

BernaH H. McNMaarm, Mfv. 

GAnba S-^30 



REAL ESTATE ; 
EXAM COURSe 

Sut« LicaiHM PrepwratM^ 

Par aad Evmiiag CbladM 

Claasca I a* traded By Prkc- 

ticiag Attorney aad A Li- 

ean**d Real Estate Brelnr. 

Pas* State Board Exam 

Ea«tt7— -EmroU N«w 

COMPLETE COURSE--43f 

TUeiwter's Mo^t 

Bxperienced School 

Norfolk-FoHsRimilli 

REAL ESTATE SO^M 

Gol^M Tria«al« ArfMuifl 
PMONE MA 2.3074 



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i 13A Hmmm, fMMiod or 

Sever^ furoutod and itfAirairi^ 
iKwsa to th»<l.ynid»ia» (M»^ 
area, Shore I^rwe. Catt Ctopi^ 
Real Estate Canlpeg^. 4iMt83. 



Repairs 



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La«B4>vi 
Dealiars £ar WisHagil»aSl 



EliMilvleal Cbahmatav 

W. C. JOHNSCm 

3». l7th^tM( 
Vbf iaia Brnkek 
Plwn* GA M«3L1 ^. 






For die finest fumtture ujrfwJrter- 
ing and reftritttog call 42S- 
6377. Wntop Leistering Co., 
1000 Virguiia Beach Boulevard. 
FYee etonates— pick-up awl de- 
liv^. New and used fuiniturv 
Ua Me. 

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iUiT'i^iiTE HOIK sEinmx 

House Omw^i^ — WinAwa - Fte«f»- WiW 

Hovso^i N^irtfsln^ VM^vHons ^ f^idf^ 

INirn|ture - A^lwieos - Ai^t^ 

ANY ViridRK YOU MAY WAHT D^iE 



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Praelloe. practice. pn4^kBt. 




Qnrtet Preps For Season 




VI^INIA mSAOI - The Feld- 
ma Qutttet is readying itself for 
anoilM' Mi^ season. Its meinlMn. 
Dora Nanb^ Short, fint vibUn. 
Ltrm^SKe Medntck. wcood vitdin. 
Uist^taSk Tii^aod Jsiwt 
Kriner, 'e^. inve 
been prwtt^ i& anuner, of 
MWte^staot jvgisssiQos} miiiiGi- 
■mtrmM i^nb* a^r ^ food 
im^ M, too, ttey gnre two ex- 
i^Huk pcrfarmnon at the Nor- 
IftSanner Arts Festival in July. 
ivC' 4|m lale Auguat. tbey have 
kci^ lAun^ for ne two eon- 

ete^s|Maa 

ikt Ai* aar^ A is a gi^ s< five 
te«m ttMw wtD papain « aait 
^TmifimBim Qmaba m^c 
|di^ -^ t^Deeis.mi>(^D6er SO. 
t>ece4ir t MljCr^tmiary 
||„MambM. a« 1:a» F^. M. in 
i^NVl HaB a tmylt Beth El, 
MiBif<A. fM- adiA anafe lovav 
filH) an preudlttit sib- area hM 
Midi a lo^^fflMr eiiaei^. 

Ilie teaod stfks ol tseidt^rts is 

^ Ybng ^MBinces, Inc.. a n*- 
BflBri, BB B ^c rt tt wgmis^toB itriv- 
^ to iMti^ dw finsA bi duMator 
fimitr to Al ltfc wti LMt yeai' nioe- 
' ' landVir^nia 

iwduAig Kempwine 

$tOPDUtE€T0R 
TO SPEAI 

vmCHHIA BEACH - Dr. Mel- 
vin Hufljpbregr. the Direet(»' o.' 
tie Smrihnatai} Tidewi^ Op- 
porbBlty Pr(^ram (STOP), to- 
l^bor with his assod^ dbedors 
Qioife Oa«Hey and Kdth Wil* 
Mmu, wiH ^alc at Virgii^ Bead) 

t^ n«0wm is sdiedided for 
i:«»^Jii., at St Itaric's A. M. E. 
Gtmtk, Pdtters j&mrI, Oceaoa. 

"Oaismmtty tatoreirt meetiop" 
flf ttti sort have beea b^ throu{^ 
Alt the Thfewatnr area, llidr pi»> 
||oM isiseiqitein^die finctfams itf 
^ SftX* fm^^ram — a federal 
and \oak gcrvernment project to 
tfnMe cmiditioiu d poverty. Hie 
ineottn g is ^>en to all Vii^nia 
^mk C^hQis. 

Iha loc»l mesriwrs irf ST€P are 
V. A, Sdiridge, R. J. Webboo, R. 
P. fyton. Jamet Hatavfoo. C. I. 
SOm. and J. W. Buffington 

flmm men f^m a represfflta- 
INi be% of ooBooiMd dtizass 
leleetid by ^^I|^ Beadi for 
Att Utm^ in correcCii^ the ex- 
W^ poworty cQDcUtloDs. 

Iks Hrnid StMt Pngtmi is oie 
iroj^ sp(n»}red by STOP. Hiis 
p^fiA wM tmceitkOy carried 
(M to Virginia Baach sdiools for 
atfit waaks Vtat ainnner and prov- 
ed to be «n faiviAuUe aid to die 
ehil4f«ii cuterii^ tiie first p&k in 
Saptflcnber, . 

Otber Communis Action Pro- 
grams are avi^Me oadK STOP. 
Dr. Baafbrey mad Ut Miiattmts 
wlU captain how W^da B^Kfa 
call' tirike advaitf^ si avirfUbte 
federal aalstaBefe to idl^ Vmm. 

a tatorcited ^msm ei Vbr- 
giaia Baidi are tasted to irtta^ 
this maattng wUpb Is hetag 0^ 
H wnson d by |he ^rteeesa Aone 
Coundl of CbnMmik "Om V^da 
Beach council on ftp«M> « JM** 
ttons. Ibe Facte Owftn Oiiitf 
OB {hMBW R«M«^ Vm V^m 

"he. 



Meadows. linkhom,, Siekon Park 
Cm Jr High, John B. Dey 
llxvQi^good. aiMl Ihalia — parti- 
c^tated tai programs ci chambei 
ninte espedaUy designed for chil 
dren, brought to them jointly by 
their bdlvidual P.-T.A.'s ,and 
Yom^ Audieices. The Feldnoan 
(and Young Audience nationally/ 
doean't b^ve in compromising 
on iipiality and it h&^ found that 
If idected widi care, works by such 
varied oonoixjseri js Haydin &1( 
Birtok ai^)t)d, to a youthfol audi 
ance. es^^eciaUy wh^ inbro(^acec 
fay fKiUmk f«^ aboA Hk torn- 
poser, die piece d rouac its^l' 
mi ^nabirs ol a string qusl^. 
9[iiatH<tw from tN audience are 
hodMify (and ait& wittily) answer- 
ed, ia addidoD, die children arc 
afloHvd to see and feel, the inatru- 
OMBte, bod) during breaks be- 
tween the Riuslcal W(Mks and dur- 
tog the actual p«^onnances be- 
eaufe, vHwrever p(»9ible, these 
eeoctfts tm given in the rotind to 
Ua^ numbtrp of children so ^ 
QQ.ddk) tupore tl^ six or ssv3>; 
rowa reowved tsm> ^ playa-s. 
At OIK eoocert. tot example, Mr. 
ManhaO «^lained that a bbw was 
T.ade up of horsehair and Mrs. 
Krin^ allowed a diild to find out 
ha himself how mudi sb^^ K 
took to get 1^ noise from the cello. 

llWwts M adute to the feld- 
man's evening series are avaitable 
fttan Mrs. Clyde Brockett, 6160 
We^twood Terrace, Norfolk. MA2- 
aOG5, at a cost of $9.00 for eadi 
^uU serin memben^ip. $4.50 fw 
Md) i^enft membership. 

^(fflcerts for children may be 
wmged through Mrs. Maurice 
NOrdnger,, 428-1082, or Mrs. Larry 
MCReed, 827-1084..'— 




COLORS 
FOR 





FLOORS 



Armstrong 

EXCELON 

PLASTIC 

FLOOR TILE 



mMp^ PKltlar yoBf hum 



• lilM^nf vlmtploiflt 



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FERDELL 

U»K%niM & THE CO. 
Wa W. 25th St. 



SMART RfTREAT ACCiSSOWTi 



Sted Fireplace for Summer Uvmg 



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GOOD GROOMING 



BS MILUOK women shai^Mra la 
the United States »i^ nearly IS 
pereent use the ^umt and bUde 
method. With summer here and 
fi^tons tomlnf to hlfher h«n- 
Une^ and sleeveless drMses, the 
aeeent Is on legs and arani. To 
keep the women well iroomed, 
Gillette, leadlnff rroominr pro- 
duets nunnfaetorer, has oome 
up wl^ tiM first start-to-flnlsh, 
eompletely feminine duvlnf 
method, the Lady Offlette Tote 
Bug. Inelttded to the Imff are a 
pre-diavlnc eonditlonor to In- 
tolenlo the dcln, a speelaUy de- 
slfind rasor wMh dtatlnetive 
femfailne styllnjr ai^ woeial 
blsdo setttnf , a dtepMser of 
itolnless steel blades and tan 
Mlar-shave moisture which 
leavea the akin soft and saaooth 
after shavlaf. ' %:nr +^ 



Jftw Yotk — (HK) — flf». 
ptecos arMt strictly wlittm 
iare. TlMy'r* a smart wnusm 
an^oory §» y<»ir * ^watt^ 

A sunamw. ratostturm ear 
brine a stolon chUl and coo] 
cveninfi make a iMulh a no- 
ceasity tor both sMifort »ni 
chann. 

Today, thuks to ]^;^bri< 
cated steel &r«plmgm, it's pos- 
sible, to install a wood-bumlns 
hearth in your Idsure time 
with a minimum of cxpoBM, 
•ffort or mess. 

Thne durable steel flreplseee 
ntay cost 1ms than half the 
price of the conVentltmal types 
and can be installed in a ntat- 
ter of hours rather than days 
— even by do-it-yourMlfers. 

Available hi a variety of 
designs, sizes, colors and coat- 
ings, you can have your flr» 
plscr tn wtorful porcdtate 
enamel-6n-steel, black painted 
sheet steel, or a factory prime 
coat over 'heavy gau^, rtieet 
steel with the flnal selection of 
coloB left to you. 

KOOM DIVIDEE 

Since these units are ll^tr 
weight they require no lootings. 
They come complete with chim- 
neys so no masonry is needed. 
They can be hung from any wall 
in the house. They also can b« 
hung from the ceiling, with 
legs resting on a platfonn or 
the unit can be recessed into 
the floor. Some can be placed 
M the middle of a room or be- 
tween two roans. 

Ono steel flrq>lMe Is designad 
as part of a room divider which 
extends from floor to celUng 
and shelve. Another manufac- 
turer has created a waist high 
combination fireplace^arbecue 
— with an electric sptt — tiiat 
takes up no space inside the 
house. It can sit atop cabinets 
or bookcases or even to sash 
windows like an air conditioner. 

Steel flreplacai have a num- 
ber of advantages over Hm 
average briek orijrtone flreplao|^ 
They heat up faster, give moN 
heat, are pre-to«ted for per- 
formance and safety, and 
quality Is anured since theim>- 
duct is made at the factcnry 
and not at the site. The fire- 
place is used wltii sn appropri- 
ate type of ste^ flue, rather 
than a noasonry chhnhayt so 
the draft Is •xceUvntr, ... 



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aL9XI2 

RUGS 

Shampooed in Your Home 

Guaranteed To Look Like New $9 

Sofas Shampooed $12 

Chairs Shampooed $8 

Scatter Rugs 50c 

Floors Washed, Waxed & Buffed $3 

(We use Johnson's Bug Wax) 

Andrews' Janitorial Service 

CALL 393-6342 

"We Cover Tidctvatcr" 




BUILDERS SUPER MART 



&reirythin9 

in the 

Plumbing, 

Heating, A|r 

Conditioning 

and Electricai 

Uno 




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Complete 

Stock 

of" 

Building 

Supplies 



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DO-IT-YOURSELFERS 



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TELffHONE 426-6216 

PRINCESS ANNE STATION 

OpMtt City Hall 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 




AMB 
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wtm/i 2mt mki^iMk hcmai loan 



m itt^ANqi M» TO PAY- 

Yo^ Applieallott.CoBts Ym Abaolvtely Nothtng 

Tew Deal Qtreetl/ With A Local Under 

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YOUR PAYMMTS ARl MADE LOCAUY- 

FMlndly, ConstdOnite Treatment Is Yours Should 
CircvmstancM CJMihte it Financial Problems Arise 




PfiOfie In Your Application To 

Idelitv 

Hy Cemmorclal Co. 

VifmiNIA BEACH^GY 7- 1093 
4a7t Virtiate Beach BM. 
DOWNTOWN NORFOLK— MA 7287 1 
311 Law ■Mf.-^-4^Bby A Plana 

INIA B&AQH OFFICE OPEN 'TIL StSO P.M. 




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THIS STEAK IS CUT FROM GRAIN 
FED WESTERN SflER BEEF THAT 
JUST NATURALLY HAS MORE OF 
WHAT YOU LIKE: MORE GOOD 
TASTING MEAT! YOU'LL GET TOP 
^-.rJ^ALUE FOR YOUR MONEY TOO! 






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lONELE^ RUMP ROAST 
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GROUND ROUND STEAK 



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BRAPIS 

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ORANGES 




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BAKING POTATOES .i^r 10 ^ 79e 

OBEEN PEPNRS '""" 4 " He 

EQQIANTS '^ —He 

CEUBY HEARTS ^ ''*26« 



UDUU THOMFSbN 

GRAPES lb. I9e 

•iUN 

UMBAGE lb. 5e 



PAfCAL Otlll* 

CELERY 2 '^29« 
YAMS 3 '^36* 



MU,ywoeo 

jBAND' 

MtMoim 

PUfOM 

WASHIN0TON 

CilKE H 

ASiORTIO, S% OZ. 
PUVORS PK4 






CREAM COKN 
APPLE SAUCE 
BRAKIELIY 
PEANUT BUTTER 
FACIAL TISSUES 
BORDEN'S MILK 



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PEACHES 4 



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13 OZ. 

CANS 



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ASSORTO PUVORS 



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ARea 199 



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COFFEE 



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VEGETABLES 



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DRESSING 

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STRAWBERRY SHORTBAKE 
AlP BREAM 



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CITY DEFENDS SANDDRIDGE LAND PURCHA 




BEACH FUERS SHOT 



DOWH BY VIET comr 



mumAX. - Two Navy flien 
irom VirgWa Beach' men killed 
in Viet Nm SUHmiliy when their 
in Ij^nkkr jet hoaAtr wm ^mA 
down by aDtiato'aft fre. The mm 
and Hoe pUne were b«in the Nor- 
isK-based attack carrier Indepeikk' 
ence. 

They were Mentifiad by ^teval 
lutborities as Odr. te^rd F. 
Vc^, pilot d the^ane and A^pee 
of Attack Squa^ 7S. a«d Lt. 
Bflbert r. Barb«r. bombardi^Hn*- 
fgitor. 

T^e Navy sad Vogt nd Barbo- 
were Hiding ai^ bonbing at 
tacki flo ewnqp patrol b»ts when 
titey were diot down. It was not 
{lairned wh^tbo- the boats were at 
iaa (»- on an ndaad wrtarway. 
I Antkuroraft fl(i ta the aisaa was 

tt to moderate, the Niury saki. 
plane was seen to eiaiMe on 
^AuMct with the wirt^. !>fo para- 







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'4>N«MaMAp 
%ihd irf'|Lft| ra?y 

fl|lt« «it of fi^iter Squad- 
ron a #|ilwi wHlte the bomid^ 
arlea ^ .tlv itattoii about U:30 

||flai% Dw Hav^liurday ai U. 
«^iM X IM^ it. of Or 

FUBdol waa ilona is tl|e tw»> 
•eat Muperaoiric figMer vkm 11 

jgrnled 0)1^ takeoT oo nipt the 

i^oaUad a routine Bp. 
' 11w Kavy is taveftlgating the 
cause flf the cnofa. 

An eyvwittMS pa the crash said. 
"Fve ^n%r^«e«B*«i3«faing like It 
I had 5^ jpiiMd ^ craah scene 
no LoadoAjMdge Riiid. ^^n the 
whole mk U^rted up with an 

"orange^ « bright ai day. I 
rt(^)pe4^ Uie car, and smr a Ml 
of flame rise hundtedi 4f feet in 
the air. It waaquUe an aQdoakn," 
he nid. "Flaming mkage '»*• 
strewn over several tandred yards 
by ^ time I ti«wd arouad and 
parioBd adoigsicte Uie road." He 

.added this remark: "^ the time 
I bad r^urned to fte Kene, the 
Navy crash truda h«l arrival 
and wa« flirting tiie tenrlfe Orei. 
Hiey coukb'% haw gotten there 
ai^ faster. They dM a fine j(4>." 



dnitM w^e ^iMttl^ 

A smuA was made but given ^^ 
wtei no tface of the mai ccmld be 
found. 

The tvhres of both fliers live in 
VirgWa 3each. r 

Jiaaiorial aenrioaa for the two 
nwn will ,be hdd at Ocema Naval 
Air Statitti chapel this RMK-ning. 

Hie |dwe in wfaldi Vogt and Bar- 
ber were flying waa a nib^onic jet 
opiipped wMh ie««t aeeiag gear 
tfiat enabled it to pick out snail 
moving taifets at ni^t and all 
weadier. 

Attack ScpMiadron 75 aboard the 
IffiiepcndeiKe is the f ir^ a^u^rtn 
of Intruders to be operatianal. Four 
of the Squadron's 12 planes have 
b^en downed in Viet Nun since the 
Ind^jemtenM! wwt on station in 
the South China Sea in June. 

The other three planes went d(»vn 
in North Vi^ Nam. Four of the six 
fliers wa% rescued and returned 
to duty aboard the Independ^ice. 

The ether tWD, Oir. Jer«niah 
Denfon and U. (j.g.) William T. 
TlH^afy, vrara capbired bv the 
Nwth Vietnamese and are ^1 pris- 
oners. AttadK Squadrm 75 is Uued 
at Ocefflia whidi is the only nuttt«r 
base for Inbrudffs. 




tam\ Boaril 



VrnGmtk BEACH - SfimA 
B(»rd &pt. Frank W. Cox said 
Tuesday an biveat^atini is being 
macte f(dl<nrii^ coiqriahite firom 
parats (Ejecting to p uni sJ an e rt 
atta^oislered to tiieir chfldm by 
an demeotary idbod {B-incipd brt 



Price Deemed 'Fair'; ^ 

, ^_ .^ . .» 

Investigation B egins f 

'VIRGINIA BEACH-lTie recent purcbaae by th 8 City of Vlrghria Beach of ^yns ^aaji^ m m mi 
of land in the Sandbri^ area for recreatiwud purpjaas la apparently headed f «• a ftill tevwqiNt »- Wr 
cause of unfavorabks comment by certain n«w media, the purchase price by tiie city, (Hi.M^ h hML 

The land involved in the purchase haa about S,W) feet on the oceanfront and lies just ao^ «f » 
veloped land at Sandbridge. Vir^nla Beach Clfy Co ncil gave final ^H^val. after r» onMHltai MV 
offered, on September IS. and haa asked for a Federal grant to cover haM of the purchase price, ttpff / 
law, whidi wait iiAo 



Lt: Gev. MHs E. CMKHa, H. 
nUMMta a TMaaal 
Fmb the left* Aa|p an ft, 
Gedwiii; tod. Ml ffiBaw.'P^ 



Q. PdkuNL 



M, DeBMcratie aaoslaae far GwwRMr la At Nefonber 
la the Siate P e meaatle CaapaigB Hea^iaartera ta 

ef the ParlsalMiib DaoMentte CMsmMtee, Mr. 
far Hm atala fleaate, aal Jee Tttstag. cans' 
wllh Qed^ OB the State Daoiaaratic ticket are DeL Fred 
fa««rapr. aad Rabad T. BaUaa. iacanAaat aHaraay geaeral. 



L. Twaed. 



Federal Court 

9 

OpfWt 




N(d90LK - A ttoae-judge fed^ 
aral <i#rt tord argtimeits Tu^ 
4iay and Wedtteifay bi a mtt vk- 
qig 0ie court to iaaua an b^HiKtian 
tafgal|qt^r|#lafl< 
inqgMa* Bt J id^ tl|io atvbeilil 




the three tMmni*, all l^]^u^- 
oid hof*, we mtc&ei fai Louiae 
Irnkxi EleoMMary Scto>l. The 
prfadpal d IN sd«d la WIDivd 
V;Pendletoo. 

Cox decUiMd any coi^ment on 
the details nl tiw dle^ti(His by 
tiie parents. He said state laws per- 
a^ corporal pudaianait d sdiool- 
<Mklren bi acooidmce with kx:al 
r^ulations. 

The preant pdicy In te Vii^lnia 
Beadi sdiod ^^Fitem gNi only 
sdx»l pifaidpala and thdr iiBiat. 
ants the aiili|orfty to spaift ibi- 
doits and ttao ^ hi fte prai ai r'' 
of andher pertoo. 

Hie paroite sidd tiiey olof in 
Vbginia B^^ pdice to 
the three be|a lad Thursday 
ning. The refxal by tfte police ha» 
nd been made public. It was 
tunied m« to iK;hod olBdab TUea- 
dw No fonnal chaffea baw hew 
filed by the par«rta. ' i 



Child HHeilln 




VISGimA BEACH - A S-yav- 
dd girl ma Idled tebaOy Sun- 
day aAerwoiei^iii^fln the aadian d 
in i^wttnuiii ' fdi^ioaaa fdl oo 
her fai ^ Nd^aai of bar honie 
near Cbeaa^^ BaadL 

5. (fanglite o^lfr. and Mn. Nodi 



Honored With Luncheon 



h 




^ WVMrN Ut«9, thel coifft. 

fbdiMB in VirgUiM' Beadi said 
It par c«it d tile city's populatlaii 
ia kx:ated la Baysid»» I^rttdumin. 
aid Xeo^svffleborWgto and^hoaa 
Arae borou|^ oj^'banra • per 
oent d the n^waa^tatioq on tte 
CIfy Coundl. y ;, 1 

At tte opei^ Maskm oo Hiea- 
day, Judgi /i^lim V. ttlriti saki 
t^ iiilttial qu«^ to bt aniwffed 
is wfcdher '^^db-ttaa, aaa^vote" 
m^ to M*ilM aod fOk andef 
felOTdtoW&ir* ^ ^ 

How^ afiqdatod thai k dki 
timiqib reivaace to tiie 14th 
amaadmeBt to the CoMtttatkai 
widcfa fluicaBteea "equal preledloa 
of tbaA*' He adpad far «■ la- 
jiBisMi^ prdiib«talg the aak d 
booH dr the e^BDdBare d bond 
rdretnii unless there is a puUlc 
vda en Ae actton. 

b Ua rebuttal, Beoiy Frazier m, 
d Rldnnid, dlorney repreaeattog 
Vbstoto Beadl»7diaagreed (bat a 
tteea-lad^ fdbrd court ha^ the 
r%|A la nde dli Oe iaaue. 

Fracitf add the law stipu)Map 
ftat mA a caurt has a ri^ to 
tvk an matiert involving date pd- 
icy. 

"But Ada doaa ^nd bmdva the 
pdice d the Itata," he aakl. "Hi» 
state po&^k te Md at^lari^ dec- 
tleiia. aad tids viestlqn invdves a 
nev^ temed <^ that is operat- 
b^ UMdn- a ^^m ttd codd and 
would be ditt^ to the fu|uce." 

HoweB agreed the asachinery is 
to motun ta ^ the system 
dtti^ed, t>d ha taddsd Oe mo- 
tlen to too ikm. 

••Wk^tAsiWmA had an opporbi- 
nify to ge bdore flie General Aa- 
sembfy d a sp«:id aeaaion to S^ 
t«d>er to a^ for a ciurkr 
Omge," he »id, 'Ixit they did 
nd (to tt." Ts 

Be 1^^ tbat Ai^^ttate should 
be a ^priai^beard to gato the de- 
sired diffl^ tott be saki die 
pl«int^ an eatMed to toiiawttoa 
rd'<diriiae wdfog lor the Gtoeral 
Aeepdiiy to ad. 

NO ^ I C E 
He isal ^ to ifgtotor to Vile 

be Qetota* t. All fetfdmn «M 
be aWlag aa Ad dap. 

Aay 



PdrdfiaaC. fltofeaidiB 

tllidifld waa w^ l«e d^idtt 
whtoh. wkan I^mk uanplaliJ tfie 
ptoyto^uaa. 



to 9ti^, ^ Unas- 
avioUad aedtoia awea lytog to th^ 
badi yird, w)Mr« the IfitM ^1 
an(| w^tni n^ghbor^aod ddw«i 



pegfios Win 
fit Conforrod 

vmamiA beach 1 vtrgiato 

Beach Maaeeto Ladge No. gM, A. 
F. k A. K, wffl ptoy hM; this 
wlHltoBtt to Caator U^ Ho^ 97, 
aIf. i A. M. d Micfdtt. Odm. 

A Vbftoto Beadi ^lotaiwftn 
sdd 40 members d the UniKka 
Ipdge will aojoon to Vfrf^ 
Beach wbere. aa gdeda d the Vlr- 
^da Beadi iJiigt, ibey wdleofr 
tor the Madar Maaoa'a Depie to 
fdHiagaUa. ' 

XNb di^^e wiU be eonfarred 
Satoidi^ dght. Sept «, d •-.«) 
pjB. at Ihe Maaodlc* liO^. tocai- 
ed ^t Mth.St and Arctfc Ave. 



were j^aytoS* 

Altboui^ b6 adidto aaw the ac- 
cident, police bdtoire die 01 
(^>ened the tc^4ieavy sectktn. aad 
it toppled over on her. Death was 
iftfffi>n<# ft<»*». Stage aakl. 

Mrs. I^M KM poKce die 
hewd a 8cre«9 and ran to the 
hac^ari jdMe 4be tatol her 
dai#ter lytog under the seetiea 
td iHwtiiljUffi 

Mvto <i^ iito aodfti^ hAmnUi 
ikfft&y dtorward, pdka mii. 

Baddaa bar parento. t^ #1 
««a ataMrcd fasf fwir todJiors 
Itovid, Mkfaael Bruce and Mark 
MitoteD: api hop graw^dseets. 
Mr. and Mrs. Msah Mltdidl d 
Poptor Btolf. Mb.i and Ifr. aad 
Mn. DowdiH Wap» ^^^f^'"^' 




effed lad month, the U. S. Gov- 
munent to uithorized to pqr up 
to half the coirt d ac^iirtog Jand 
for recreatkmal uae. Ibe IMian 
RflMwal Adminiatrition, an arm d 
the Houstog and Hmne Finance 
Agency, hudles the pn^run, ov- 
erseen by the House Bailing and 
Currency Conanittee's subcommit- 
tee on IkmisIi^ 

OwDcil has int(«d«d tint {he tend 
become a pd^ beach with park- 
ing space for trafl&v aad a surf 
chab. Additiond ocModront land 
wouU be {»rovkiad by tfie acquid- 
tton d the abandoned Uttle Idand 
Coad Guard Stotton. whkh to ad- 
\tiemA to Qie newly approved area. 

IViDiwimt unfavordde eoRanent 
Goaearatog the purdiaae prke, the 
afy conmittee, which was sd up 
to negdide toe pun^«ac, Ims is- 
sued te atataBOBt. Tim statemant 
si^ d» Committee la "fu^ adto- 
4pd did tfto Ofy hai made a gpod 
P^IsNm," aad ta Ka 9fbh^ 
em Imat d dit.fWK«# at • 

CoaofiMee fed« ftd tpadh d ttto 
epnaneat har been ^aaed m | 
todifll uaadete tefermatioB. itte 
statement then ghrea wbd the Com- 
ndttee calls addittond infoi^Mioa 

' r ' ' ' ' ' " ■' 

Plane Landa 
Safely 



VmGDilA J^ACH - The At- 
laatto theory, whdher it be tod 
or ftoUen witt be the adiject d 
a wedt-kN^ fail coofneace id tt» 
Aaaddattoo tor Baeearcfa and En- 
UghtenmeBt, acbedutod for Od» 
her isth through die isdi. 

Itie tbeeiy d a dviUutMn on 
a prdditorto tond area to the AI- 
todto.waa eoidatoed to pcyddc 
dda todn Edgwr CiQrce, Ameri- 
can Cldrvo^ and founder id 
die Aasoeiation for Research and 
E^^itonneat. 



Ci^Js Proud 



^ UJJL. Ml. aad Magwr fku* Daad^ 


h'analefthel 


HackAaga 


■ Fildar evcatog* Ihe 


herlMMrwMli 


»*awapt 


aaab^ toe fMuawdy < 



tor a pfdare 



ayqr be , . . 

I« te gaaatal aigMw. tta. 




VIRGINU BEACH ~ A Navy 
liadmr officer baitod out d m Fffi 
BdAiB 11 JSsfflday over Iterrep 
Goudy, N. C, but the |^ mm* 
aged to brtog the plaM to sde|y 
at Oomna Navd Ai^ l^tton. 

A I^vy qMkeamin aaid Uto ra- 
dar officer, Lt (i.g.) Phillip C. 
Aaadmo; baitod out at TM p.m. 
and landed nan- OohaBUa, N.C.. 
a^ toe plane devdofied an fa^ 
fli^t fire. Ahm^ojo waa nd in- 
^ved. 

Bd4fe the pQot. U. (J.g.) Han- 
ael Wood couto eject, the Ore wdd 
out the qxAcanoan add. .WocmI 
brougU the plana bade to Oceam 
and landed d 8:01 p.m. Both noeo 
are attadied to I^Jbter Scpiadroo 
81. 

V» cauae d the fire la bdnf 
tovedigated by Navd autboriUe^ 

Anadnto taaded ta a awanv 
nrar Abetouto Soioid. He ^nm 
{ddced iq» by N« C. ^to Hl^agr 
99iaikam Jfan Withera ahd was 
broi^^ )}ad[ to tiie base. 



to permit "a more reastmabto 
evduatkm d Uie transactkm." 

The aiklittonal information to the 
statement is as follows, qputed di- 
rectly fnan the news rel^se: 

"Prior to ^qiroadditt oM:iaIa d 
Wakhington's Ftved, tat., the OoiA- 
mittee aaceitoined did Ae Sand- 
brid[^ trad was die lad major 
trad laiie enouito fw reeredkn 
itfe ad dnady platted for ad>- 
division <» die oce«i front It was 
dao k»nni tod effort! to ditato 
aiQr^pni d Fort Story or Cae^ 
Pttdtoton. bdh o<^ froM {»rope^ 
ttos, had been fbndy dbeeuraged." 

"The Comodttee hdd a seriaa d 
contoroBces wito officials d Wash 
ingtfm's Ford, toe., the ownm d 
the toad, and toaraed tortber tlid 
ei^peertog ^mUm prepedory to 
fi^ f iMb^avWoa fid «ere weft 
advance, mi«uk^ m$U9 
ptonned to initiate sales d kto ta 
dto ^Kit b^oee iSm eadef q de^ 
do* Mi. A' aato'aeaailMad: 
aMkad«$wadlllM at tt^ #• 
|id^d^t» aeqdre iMs tt0^ » 

d Ito liA HM^fftovdad salew d 
kda^ t^t* ffff i #% dmitoi tdid 
to Ito'aam^ aiii bad reOaded a 
vitoe d oiore/<to $».«» to 114,* 
OQg par acre. . 

i^'ad#ltoD,^^lbftCaRBdttee was 
fu# i8«ipd4l IN ^ that die 
U. 8. WdWIItoNp^ hamedddaly 
to dteiSsdft, prasantod n <W', 
toatty to mdce avidiMe tor reer»i^ 
atkn^ an an a(MM«aA 
d bei^ frod. 

.'I^ JiKse lada to jiM and 
wi^ the kaowB emergenqr d ao> 
,quMv laGontfoi^ v«aa before 
te cdMttopltoo d ^aee ligp oob- 
straetli^ die Comeitttoe negottal- 
ed fardto piffdi«a4f the pr^ierty 
on a no y^wy bMto. 

'IVbfle the ^ce eddblidied was 
dwve toe recorded sife price d 
Uxak, USl, to WMhii^[ton's For- 
ait. Inc., the COHimittee a^ao had 
kaowled^ d ^ fed diat. ndisp 
queal to the piadiiae d toe fand 
l^oni Waltor Mlber 1^ Sea^Bay 



CMi>Qration to 1980, lA 
toaia had beoi between AanAMI 
Land Oempai^ w tts aubd^artoa 
or attocsey. and tod dwre bai 
beaa ao arm's IragUi baq|dM 
wMh any independed p ii uliaWfl 

"It is to be noted diat ditoBM*^ 
tff h» twice beea befove I||f 
Coundl, and on n^b^- eeda^i 
has toere tieoi aiQr (^^xmMob di 
{»^Hped by aiqr person. 

"We had tlds property apprattdl 
by toe ^ Efd Edate i^ipa^ 
rad w% m» c(»ddTed irfdi oftv 
real edato peopto wtth ^nfiwtoc^ 
d vahiea to tlw area. nAl^ idi 
fimMd did die price w^ MpaM' 
abte." 

the stdemad to allied by Car- 
roD G. Oot^, City Purdiadag 
Apat for the Committoe. Beddtf 
C^udL toe CommMtde naeaabere 
a»t Miry MardtaH KSkf AttDc^ 
lay; 1^1^ WbMburd, Ody 
I pmub Beiaadbt 

*i Dflpiartoiaal; 

the C^ Itateiiag Gommiadon. 

to addWa^ oaarad eatolacoafr 
oaiqr, coBsdM br dw CM^ «9> 
it bis proper^ mm faitb«r.aoilH^ 
OB \M> tt bas.ntoad sates d a 
{Tke dwve Hbat the CMy to pre- 
pared to pay for itolproflirty. Ijhb 
nof^m, aa wdl aa awidiar^ oaiir 
suMed by the City, caaddarv 4w 
pure^ price to be toir and Uto 
move to biv to be a wife oBe^^ 

Now die I m p eadta g invwagdNi' 
is expected by the UkbeaBinpMl 
AAntotttratton withta die aed lev 
dt^rifta toto^aa e 
qaadtonad by Rep. VOIato^R ' 
nan, ferNJ., toe 
nMdier d the 

WMnaO asked URA 
tor Wmm L. Stoytoe to to* tola 
the purctoae when be tearaed M^ 
die Utod bad sdd for MUOOI iMt 
Fdaruiary. .„ 

Amei^ L«m1 Corp., wtodi add 
the toad t«t VteKtoto B^di tiM 
diepim^wl to FVbraary waa ae^ 

(CaaWaalil "On Page S-ft^ 





Governor S^m Pmd^nmtmn 



TO CLOSE 



I) to fHaoatea a 
Osewa. ilidlid Sd dto VtoJ^ Beadi 
behalf da p^ dly bdmlag her lad 
k^ tbe N«wi^|laa My. 00m 
Mr. tail Ma. VtoMr Baea: Bay 
Clatolir el f^ijiiariii; Mil Oweaa, 
r. B. icied Bdad, and l^ie Freadi. 

|(Batoedwto) 



yiRGINIA BEACH - Mra. R. 
Lawaon Wles, Jr., chairman, an- 
itoiaiced today diat the fiuid rais- 
in cani|:ai9i t» the ChiUroi's 
Hcnne Sectoty ef Virgtoto wu do- 
to^Mtohrtfd it appears tod can- 
^M^a are about the aune as 
miit year. 

The campaign wHl cl(toe in a few 
days, therefore Mrs. Miles is «}rg- 
tog everyone to gd dieir contrtou- 
dofls to bsr; the d^trid duirmen 
and odw wotoi prior to ^ 
ctodng (tote d tte campaign. She 
is hup^ did die c(»)trHMitkais 
win amoiM to mere than «ps «»- 
tiAHited tet yen-. 

R to indeed toiporiairt did p«^ 
mffiiMC and ttittobUshed hdnn be 
f<Mtad for die hoinetew id«^ d 
Vbitoto aa diat thagr will have a 
chaBcc ta gro# bde Itae lai » ai dd - 
teg d diwis n d tax usara. 




Goveroor Albertls S. Bantoea, Jr.. d^ a 
attCBtion to VirgUaas tbd tbe Vb^kito Qmmdi W 
dves wl3 rtaerve Odabe ae Oiny btoato l^edtoigaai 
E. Biq^ (toft). ae<^ve secrdary d toe CnhkI aad 
Id, c«Bcadve manager d dw Vl^|^ Assedattsa d 
ofpcntfraa Md ihaaniaB d the C^ltodi^ 

Ctoveraer Oariisea^i da^eneal JMilato V As ade d 
to Vlrgtoto's eeamay. It statps: 

ksadied se»wity4f*e ceaperidvM to ^wpMB emr i 
'aearty soe to^H naUaa tMskem. 

"With C ea per a tto a e to eiMr BeMs. dNr 
tm eagBMM el nigUM iiniiia^ aad aiilia to a 
d eetorfdiea.** ' 

laadk «aa edsbratod tod year to n 
toritoaraato 




y ' 



^ 



li^irilA Btdh SUH» "^rsdty, Sopftamber 23, 1965 



WEDDINGS 



\ 




VIRGINIA ffiJACH - The ma- 
ftt^e of IUm PMnela Kaj Craw- 
jrd and WUUam Ronald Muse 
yas peifiniMd S/spi/adtm 17 at 
i p.m. ^ the Rev. Jdm^K Lewis 
^appoek in Kem|»ville Pre^- 
.sniu ^ir«k It wai^a doAle- 

iQg cli'fidKy. 

The I»4d0 to the dau^ter of Mr 
tad N^A^ort F. 0«wfcrd Sr 
^ ^tftteoD 8v«Due. Hie bride- 
groom to tte siMi of Ifr. and Mrs 
DmA Mktoe (4 9M l«h ^eet. 

Siw'WM 0^D ta naaniage by 
faer Mher. 

Hie cot^de wffl make tiieir borne 
at 512 ath atreet 



Rose Show 



LET'S TALK FASHION 






SBLL .Oil tfHB 

'<Jmiu Mcol Ml Jr. 
Situnft^ aAtntOB 
BoMitd Dm aoto If FtolB- 
|l[^ Htm Jmmf. He to flw ten 
i^Mm Cmm Du Boii and Ae 
1^ Roberta BoMud On 




t 




, Sie oennao^ was poftumed bi 
i^|||w l^)f|eo|wl Oiuv^ 0/ we 

BBDIED SWHBv flnD 

nr Bie iievnsn cmnvr 
#. Oniito, Jr., rector o( Ora(% 
y^nfHtit Churdi in fftwport 

pND 1^ mrni^tt^kv hti father, 
tif faiMe vera '«n hwrjr poie de 
ail ffim ««l'«i leUoam Jeoe 
yiIL file caified * mtt^ ^ 

Ifrs. ctenci Cootn^ 9pinb « 
I^ll^ Hoift Ciralmift. wai ma- 

Wlbt^iVM End «y«iie XBen 

Clieir Vork Otv. BridMiwids 
e^tti: SMtf 5u B6to Ifecildii- 
flty, BMer enEBe oiMiegnwni; inp. 
iMMtan'MfefeNI Hnmptott If slv 

MQ w''WWMmO, N. Ct 

AiOiim Wiiae liUef 4(1^ 
tiM, n, i. ««» fteiil DMIL IMmts 
Qmf^ 0*ediy l^ieltr and 
Mtei frwtt^F of Hw 
Hm 9r«in emboli $nd 
ISmgm Walker of PUtin- 
ii X: JiM^ PdlkaleE Jr. «f 
JSota^ Wi^oniag; and Albert 
Bhpi^ofWeslGeUlRJ. 

tta Miauouiyi a hec(^p> 
It Bie PnnentMMe 

the €Blv^ fiA iive ki New Viik 





ENGAGEMENT! 




nNE HUBIAK 

"^^ACH - «». , ^ 
K Bsoounce Jhb 
;a(lMrdaMdiiM'.ttllk 
iRUbtok. toDott^wQ- 
OMtr of RldMikL 

•dMNllbAii a 
"iittM of the VaactH 

" Ift .j Rl fp f in K BWl L 

High School in 
-^tended VPl. -^ - 

■m the Univ*- 



October 6-7 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The S9th 
nauai. ttoae boowr oi tiie ivAoeu 
Uut) ot Vu-fpiua, sponsoiea 0/ toe 
Virginia li«acA Udroea Cuio, {o^ 
a^KS tti opportune lor auMNOur 
raae pt>wa^ and pao^ wtio liice 
to arrange tliem to caiplay tneir 
botoy at the Ca|^ CoMdy Qob, 
AOantic avenue at $?th street' on 
October 6>i 

B^tled "Roses ol the Poets," 
the dww uses (pjotatioDe to set the 
mood for arrasi^moits. The dead- 
line. (dginaBy sdinkded for Se(A. 
15, im ben otended bai exhibi- 
tors are reqitfred to r^E^^ter with 
Mrs. Efkniffld 1 Aiffki Jr.. Bex 
96S. talapboiie flM880. Hiree 
rliairi wa ^m to the {wMic. 

In the hortknikural division, m 
of ttie ISl danes are c^n to aB 
afflsatcur gro\»%r8. Ei^Mtora wiB 
regiita- witt Mrs. Peter Otey VBi- 
In*. lOS litfdMm Drive. tdtqphODe 
428-IOS). 

Entries wO hti Bceept«i! hmim 
4 and 7:30 p.m. the day before the 
abotr, itod on the day if the Aow 
ioRi S:S» a.m. Id U a.m. 

Itors. Wy«tt Aflnn Wfltona, pr«t- 
IdeM of tte Garden dub of Vk- 
0m, «a pttam tta awardiloB 
'Minilay M 4 i^m. ** 

ItatStodn Chib of VirgiMa ivffl 
give iev«i c^;*, five isr Om Her - 

iHk; Wei ^O^bltes of ft* 
A|N!f1i!BH JItoe Secielqr «l%bft 
«ra»M-^d. silver aad trfUMn. 
'$m ViigMa Beach <^rde3 Cleb 
aevoi, tm for bor- 
wd Ave for anwife- 



Wllitit Bephaiit 
Sile Oct 5 

VIBMnA BIIACH-4«^er have 
8& maiBf 0rm n atuch. aiocm^ 
k« la Itta ArHd BamMtooii ¥rho 
to «»licth« ttena fer the White 
Ek^taBt Site to be held on Odeb- 
« 9 al tte Vaaorama Room of 
the Cavaliar BaMh dob beginning 
H M $M. l^ the Womoi^'s Aux- 
«»ry «f tta Vlignia Beach Hoa- 
{itai 

i^noog the maiQr ^ arriving 
6mfy to Mas SOTwHana who to 
wrthig ttnro «« and putthig o^ 
«!• prk» tags for the amdUaryV 
&t^ fond rainng project ance the 

Sr Jiespttal ym (^end are Bar- 
defi MS tfid gsiiwfl. many fine 
ebJiDgs and old pnts, bed- 

••a*a|^ -^^p^^pw^o 




ai^ l que a- aaoet are twaaatea. aome 
tn tnaMNA ^ wH be priced 
ImNN^. t0A aiaqy barpin 
labaftmi . 

Mtoqr urtitilidM g ittms n^ 
iM enMbiM tt dow prttia 
^ tfatae h£^ I i*«l P^nsKMli 
pom ^oKo-iiQnMa, a imp waai- 
ii nMMttio 9cm MaNtoM Ar 

rcoo. « tn^ bM( ftBd «Ate 
TV console ^ SfiA Mb 
Center's TV, and as teaoriiiioui 
Smithfidd Ram. tknalad -atta^ 
moualy. All appUaacM iM ^ c^ 
dre in good runnbig oOittlM a^ 
win be detverad to Qm ^ntimn M 
ifaa area 1l>y thoia doitotiiig Aw 



from the stte «S ba 
used for hosi^tal project 



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GODWIN SPEAKS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Tlie Hon. 
IfiUs E. Godwki Jr., U. Gov. 
and Democratic Nomine ftn* Gov- 
emar, itnll apeak at tiie kndteon 
aaetkfg of the Women's Detao- 
eraOe Onb of ^^gjaia B«aeh 10- 
dair tt aoea in the.Gwnltor BoM 



Wnen the Tailored Woiiia gaw 
Its to c^fcction i^iwii^ to N^ 
I'ork last weclc, it wn (pilte evi 
<tot that there's a fw fcM* every 
occasion. Yes. tos frtan the chip- 
munk and riMtit to n^hik aod chin 
diilla! There were nai^^ieui 
dresses lor co(^taO pffirttM, ht 
pajdhas for jast buhpg ar^dki 
the bMoe, ftor trendi eoits for 
the JAMES BOND girls and furs 
to go teradnek rm^ in! Jvt 
picshffe a ridtag jackal ki »eal with 
a yUcm hld^ Jaciit and i^ie- 
au-liA braet^ea, a hard hat md 
h^ E.igltoh ridii^ bdotal (Kker 
Mi^waMring to f luMcii StMn 
\d^v^i^ bell-bottom kwnging 
pajamas m blade Russian bro^taii 
ndth overbkHise collared in white 
ntfnk. Not foq;cttiia a seal F^«ic^ 
saikv nut wtti me aM «^M^ 
eeSltt and pRnipoin hirt. The 
Snte Mil* toeedtts Aasodatiofi, 
pebAxmu ~o[ ame than fifty 
natairal colors of the hncurious 
fur. po^ to a number of s^iifi- 
cant it^ txvoia for FaU. Nartow 
coata ted tiw ktMoB parade, 
wMh natural dioaldqr, UgMp 
shaping, skiimy i^eeves and solt 
detailii^. A trand toward more 
stroi^-def ined c o nt o u r s fore- 
i^Mdowed by seme desipm vite 
show body-fitting coato of mitk 
with ddrts flari^ from 0ie hips. 
Two new arf«i d mink: Rov^, 
Bdiia rai4 a^tfal pato rose atk, 
mA LiAarataie, ISmba rare natand 
demi-bdil itiidc, a wvm' brown 
toM wtti h«i^d Itt{^ght8. Tkfe- 
watn* stores are wdl stodced, so 
you'd better begrn to woik em the 
Man-In-Y'Mr-House for that very 
specM tar giit come Christmas 
tiaa! »'. 

, rABHK^NABieB ' 

At ^ recent Virginia Mtifldpal 
Anociation's ladi^ mom^ cdtfee 
at tiie Cavalier some d the modeto 
were: Mrs. fmk Watowi wearing 
a rtu^mng auburn wig uid a kmg 
Midte ^^ burmi and coat ftmi 
FloreMx'inisaB's Fdl-into-Wlnter 
coflectioD . . . Mi*. 0^ tfegan. 
^rikii^ in everything she ihodded 
e^JedaO^ a . WlXu<» Ipreen dc^ 
and sfwoajer to matdi ,^iM[i reding 
suede b^ .("pobie,'' ii ille> 
f(qi(if^.clled, was a hi|b;^^ 
modd in New Yot bdbfe ibe 

tb-ee-piece kmg^oated 

Gd)or-i^ Itat lyott^^ ^W), 
ft up in your podM^i^BD IKl a 
reiB (»teitfalfc wortd b-avder, iaH 
jet for i^ing p!acd» and seeing 
tilh^! . . . Mary N^IMEP ^ore 
a 9maH Young Ameri(» bUck 
codttaD gown designed by (Asg 
CaasiBi! ... Mn. Pat ^taadlag 
k)dad gtouMTOus hi an ivory IN^ 
cade dreoa and toag dim coal to 
match! . . . One of Uie naod 
breath-takta^ gowns was worn iqr 
Mn. Blatoe OUver, a bvo^piete 
long formal of forest green bro- 
ca(k and Maiy Oaondhnaa opentd 
the allowing in a v^uddi MIrd 
i&x« camd cobr suit with Uadc 
vdvet cdlar and cuffs and a saucy 
web blade vdvrt BatOe Can^ 
hat sitting atop her bewigged 
head! ... Of oiurse, last wedc we 
gave due credit to two excdlent 
nooc^. Mrs. WOHam Had( and 
Sfrs. lU^er McDonald Slett whose 
hual^nd, by the way, was re- 
9ponsi1)le tw your AlUwe and her 
Lovelies ^ving the diow and also 
proved to be an d^le "climber" 
when he passed iqi Ute twenty 
door pi!ies from the Cavalier's 
poddde to the ladles viewing tlM 
^ww who were sitthig in hi^irise 
fad^! f 

NAME^ AND SUCH! 
^ f^(»able d another day. 
^ |(H- Uie day, was Mrs. John 



inn. Kiel 
a aahd 
cui| wftb 





m 




Privltte who dressed up in bar 
pamriarad oldttaM do^«sne U affk 
with htst olMMdOMd mm 
0V& cottv a^ ftH tittn ^tstm 
for the fun at ttie olMMHtaad 
back ysN picdc M the O^oa 
home iC t/tn. B. a CNnp. ThM» 
lad^ of the PrtaiMa Anne 
Weman'a Club^ let no grass |^ow 
under th^ feet when it'^llme |o 
{RVpare lor ano oooatiMff pawRn 
Amud Viifiaia Beadi Mttm 
Slow opconring NovaalMr Hb 
UtttN^h the 7th. Y«iir AMbae^ 

In WMUn^onat the M* Ba- 
baaay laat Friday. Mt. fM Kito- 
■e^, with her tevdy Midi bair 
in a 1^ pMtk:be. w«fe<a| ttfe 
new-kok lo^ du^ ^nUgt and 
pink llowii^ chffioo, created a ml 
senaatka not ody wift bor faoMoa- 
rigbtnetf' md \iUatf bat wMb ill 
inbifylBg perfume ttMt admig 
couM gotts the lUBiie d . . . Md 
Gnta Gpike, atm wetfbig bar 
f anaos doo^ hat, dirk gpaiaei 
and flat l^^s, <» the •«)• d tar 
isijdl^ birthd^, was ra|wta% 
sd^ fte»Aag^ Soa off &m^ 
in^xpnva^oif bi%' *' 
al^ l^toimr dar. opanflc 
doma State Cdtaa!^ to r^eitad 
bf her nd^bon fai B. Slod St hi 
New York that Qwbe to sttO 
beautiful and that her figure to aa 
triiki as wtt,'*^_A^M'M'' ■ 

TWO LOVELY LITTLE LADIES 

We fdl in kn« with two wee onei 
without ever sedng them "in tb? 
flMh." Tliey are seven-yearold 
Sara Coaroy and her sister, nine- 
year-old Oideto. Whdi we |Nreae»t- 
ed a wig dwfw for the Mwgttvt 
Rtqier Meas Cirde, King's Oau|^ 
ters at the 49QiMreet home of dii 
J. Msrtto CffBvy'B, we saw tilH 
^-fnmed {Mitels d tiw twc 
^to wtidi iisA been beautifuP'' 
done by j^kfffolk's top artli^ E«- 
Q^a Seett Eagnta to trufy > 
fine aftM and Mmdre^ of yOoilg- 
stars have her ^wtifk to mp aMf 
dieridi wfam they frow up b 
yontog wnanhood atn yom^JSMB 
hobd, too, becauae her fittle boyt 
are idorable! By the #ay, the 
^ris at the diove meetii^ arp 
plannii^ thtir Decodier M^ 
dvidmas boieftt drace -fen* the 
Onde at the Norfolk YadN and, 
Om»b7 avb - tttfH thoy ba«to 
tjckdi to seD ri^ adr! 

FASBni^ BHOiat . 

Griy^ to "inr Sev«th A 
designera 'hame gone dl oiA for 
gray a-pk»l^'itda Fall, tiff aperta- 
wear, coats, adts and dreott. 
This (Mie ccior has joelty ina^ 
dominated (be tadiion aoenO ./ . . 
ABM KMb. who to well taiowB for 
bar yomigd^ dotflei for Jitfior 
SophMcates Js now wotting with 
and des^ning bemiUful, wevdote 
leMher and siiede Ellhtoea $» tbe 
HouM of MaUory. Smait iMmai 
win be wearing suits, coats, jiek- 
eta. dreaMS and eNA aome dbn 
foemd ewenfaig Atsaei d aiiodaa. 
soft ^ kitdi'a ears, and leater! 
.. . ifyouttwtelodEftimaath^By 
pretty, tiiea three cheers for Made 
vdvet for iff back! Espeddbf ai^ 
propriate for ^'little evoiings" and 
the theater. Ibdt^. hi Wadrin^oo 
d the Sher^on-Paik. Olsg Caa* 
IW will ihow nverd dramatic 
theater coibanes in blade veNH, 
featured by Sake of Waibhi0ott. 
and Iw the boidit d the Womo^ 
Committee of the Natknd Sym- 
phony! . . . vdvrt haU are aaUig 
a fashtoo cdWdiark, too. TUaQrl^ 



ninpNie and flatt«rto| andvi^t 
for d^' age ud Ob dden iM 
hndous this a eaao n: blMi. wines, 
new greens, beaiMd grqie laias 
ai^ hmp ptstAA . . . hatitules: 
whMt cioods, banta. hKP^afo, 
tt^ b(^ cope Ite ^mm% Idc 
tmt hats, bnmi^ed brelMto t^aa^ 
w^ag d ^ new dodd^ Cifa in 
ieA wod Jersey Md tiM cl^ribbia 
ntotongrde c^ for dM Ywa^r 
id ulidi afonii abraUl up^ia 

dowiL ^kV^id tiiir tte tiii 

. . . wNb dl wb tl0 baad ts- 
d^Rw*-4H we've fdd IkM^ 
w«flr » bat! It's Ma! It's ilvttyl 
It's ctMTect tf you vdsh to conqdete 
yoiv fashion ptobare. 

ElltlUftiini '^ FAMBM^n 

Ttie oidy itae foa wear 0ovei 
Moan to d ^ IMrar. a haB. or 
H JgBBd rw^Moa. (H evaa diodd 
In WUMB DM Wil W9H, tf iSJOrK, 
and a tai^ m^ Mfoai off bar 
glovea to Me bnda Mid. pfoaoe, 
take off yoor g^ovai wliai you're 
eatl^ (I ft to oriy i potato di^ 
or a ood^d <*"'f*^ *°^ dwavs 
ivfaeB yoaVe ei^ditac a eodifaiBI 
adfflttg wUte l^dfves tare worn 
d««ys. If yOQ're tevt^ a day in 
tonm, foSoMid with a <iqDar ^fote. 
betto- tdtt an vOn pafar d dean 
iriifte gfovM (wrapped np to a 
'tpHy". MMqba) in yodr puree! 

IMMpniMi npi lUit iMi Yotn 

fhtn ire vm$ ddJ^itfd-fo- 
du^ aaloQB and Aifi at Vir- 
Mxh Bwft. ¥00*0 iMver know 
whd yeol Ibid hi tem-lat right 
for yon and yonr fombqs budgd- 
tf pa do^l ^ b for a kiok 
aroaad and a fafoodly viaM widi 
the4i^»tal and tafonnod pdteiiad 
d the Beach riiops. The wbibry 
winds wfD soon be here! WiH yoO 
be faduonsMy cocy? . 




MieeM Anne 

MR RIMMll^ 



^rgMa 
«e* AntoCcM^ 
hdd a hoM^eon aMiillqg Ud S^Mnr- 
day at tiie bdM d Un. Owen J. 
Moore, 3QS XMi s&eet Co^io^^aes 
Wtfe MiM n^ Ford ud Mn. 
Braodcn B. Boobor. 

Mn. D. Y. Itolm^ve a report 
d Udewatar Dtabrk^ I meattag 
d wUdi five flMmtien atten de d. 
Pa«8 f mil Primxss Anm Qwnty 
Cmfitk at the Dttbkt I tt«atbif 
ware tfH. Oarolee 3. tettb and 
Mn. J. E. ^aopii'' 

kra. J. T. Gupto 0n Itm pro- 
Ipnm On CoratiMliii Wddt sd 
amKlmiced tlmt M^or PVadt 
Dusch had ioaied a proctomation 

■ra. nOn iHnqpiOD prawmaa a 
tdk OB "Nattmd tiilMiM. " 



KSM»SVtaXE - A FaiUen 
Show and Ctfd Party wffl be 
apooaored 1^ the Kiiapm/flk 
Gudm CMb m Tue«lay il'fiie 
JBnswwd l^piscofHd diwxA at 
• p.m. 

Ibe faddoos aed mod^ wffl be 
prodded by Roae BdL 

The $1 dootfon wiD hme/ta, em- 
nmodty and dvk ptf^ada, part d 
wfatdi.wfll be ti» Mp i» r otapted 
dddm at fConpivffie Meadows 
Bdmntory aebod. 

Door ad td^ prtoia wQ be 
awvdod, did raNdments wffl be 
Mrved. 

TldEeta (ga^ ba purdnaed from 
toenhm d tfie KOnpavffle, Garden 
CKd) at the door. .^ y 



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ftEADT FOR A WAVE? LVOCY TOW *" 

You can foce each new wave with one poffcct aaaaraBee: it's 
better thw ai^ ^ve you've em had bdwe! 

004 LASKIN RD.. VIRGINIA BEACH PIimm GA S-Sltl 

OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 

7iOO Gi«aby St., W«r4« Coraar — Pk. SSS-ISH 



Midsi ^^MmM0mHc«,l/Ltt Jit /%» Jia* 
O^^JM Offi.. 3or%. f^lU, 
Of P^fckial^ 
t740 jUmdnm I^mI 

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Hie patKHdatf^ for tte Senale 
and the Hknae d Oiliiiplia wS 
ddr be pnaiil fo Hdit and r«et I 



0k9 i^te Im nQwtapwt cfil 
to^tsp wfoter tal^ iMfo yaaog 

wMh raven aailoVbd Peniaa 



la ^ SdWka JMHefc. 1»e hat 
to Me. a elll'a i*er, a cnwa- 
baa Breloa # Fitdaa LatoJb la 
tail iQi^ tan) dhim- 

'to 




tm^m wm m*9 Aa nm 

foa 



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Thomi 

GanUn M 



VIRGIHiAB»ACH-The 
Thoroogl^oioA;. GaardM Cbl> nM 
last week ti the borne d Mta 
s. L. Daaiy iridi a '^ Aeqndiift^ 
ed" profEdM. Mijpttis dd ddlel 
were nportiad by all diairmen. 

.w|n kb hdd for 

WiMbar Vth. 

iiw foBowfaii monbor^ recdvad 
awards: an i MattaJta . bhie; Urt. 

Jordan, .n C h. Ow«n.' Ite; 
A. R. BkiaidU md kbs LaVora 
HlnnkBi^lWl; Hfra. W. H, HartlaOfi, 
Mfa. s: h. vmfy sM Mrs. UVdha 
HipU^ and yAw; Mn. W. tt. 

tTW'itbffii 

naiiiauB. ' ^ 

won M^^m TUt and Ifra. 




Tie the t^fomea wba frafer 
Ifoijba. ban la> CMdaaa gift 
. i iiii i »Jh a b < frwdaa 
Lonrii tai a walerCal 
Mait dcwtpifid br firbhi 
Wbirf batter jddni far 
! A 
The 

dreas to iy.flaaaab 
lyey. Fhale by Ae Perdu 



CUSSIFrED 
JAROAINS 



BiS>0SBS^E3) SINGER Sewing 
Hadyne— F\Ay eq(4^ to zig- 
zag. ovfDpad, etc.; Ml d^e. 
hea^ 4^, nxBd boU^. F^y 
lay-awAy bdai»e «f ISB.90 or 
aradl iBenti4^ p«QFi|Mat 



88^^ nSw 4iri#yaled 
ing madmie and cdAMt Fiffly 
equ^iped to zig-sag. overcast, 
etc. Origbially add for |ia8.80. 
1^ liQr-away balance d |39.eo 
or 6 t>ayments d $^M 



R£3P0SESSEI> WHITE SEW- 
ING MAdfllNE-Wfll zig-zoR. 
overca^ete. ^dahoe d $^.50. 
Cftdk w 9 payments d |6.i0 and 
itoyaun. 

REPAIRS CR ALL 
. MAKES* MODELS 

RieCAR 

tism^ CiNTiR 

ISM NwvbwAv*. 




iojsf Ball 

SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 



". FALL FASHION FOR '65 ^ * 



The total look; the London Look, and a wturdrobe 
must, bell-bottom trousers! See them all now in our 



Sporttm^ J)gp(¥r(mmL 



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!'«- 



, ^Opgn Motday & Friday evenings HI 9 p.m. 
31 33 Va. BmcH Blvd. Vb. BMch, ViiinUr^ 

lOMttaaHitllHAHliAMMn^BHMaiMiiWWB^MMa^aitfailitilHHHiM^^ 





ANTIGIPATES PAYING 

AN INCREASEd 

DIVIDEND 



at the rate of 



PR^lNIS. 



by STlBtt 



*-f*"^***rTg^ Wd 



For ffioli wfto ch%mh 
Q mori^lvWft bUnH of 

|j^(^ MOttF tnr StlBFF kedil 
•eW hiumoHf , M«r dimeanons ID 
yeto ttvo^moit offoie McfV^ hot- 
vafm^fix, esodnSelf Mrtw b d ia 
•didsilrer...R(»iii011Faq^u«a 
dbe Mc ^Mrit Md vtelitjr of oirateai- 
peimry Uvi^- A plMhaii B«m to be 
do^adBwad.'fce MpSE MOHF by 
Sttdflddar. 

At ovt^ifniM in 



via IM|l%1a«lHi oor flna atfrar dbpc^^ 

Frank R. W^rd Co. 

iBi#<^ft^BY SliilMER HOURS » JLm. . S PJC 

Mmmms'ditBmCAN GEM SOCIETY 




per ammm 
to savers of record 
December 31, 1965 



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naifiiMit gain UM^ jntoiii^alrViliiiUi 

NOHra^ il«Mind»ifo«ndi' 
MMFOLK ttft&dUtUeCiMkMri 

ranwonTM asuH^sbwi 

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606 • I7rii St., Vt. B*Kh, Va. Phww OA M^ll 
CMMUKIAL Mti nSIOiNTIAl WlklNO 

iuCTilCAl SUm.!!S ANU HXTUMS 

AUTHORIZED HOUSITOWM CQNTRAaOR 

LARGE and SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS 

OIL BURNER SALES AND SERVICE 




WE NEED YOU 

MOM & DAD! 

SUPPORT YOUR 

^CHILDREN'S TEAM 

BY ATTENDING EACH CAME 



Cottiicn Ibets 

VmcrfjIA BSACH-The dunci! 
of Gtrdm Chibi of Virglnte Beach 
h^ tbt ML niMtiQg of the yev 
wMi m p-Hditatt. ^t-^. A. H. eui- 

TWs is the first jwar Ihe Qamci' 
has had a yelu- book, and any cli) 
which doei n^ have one may con- 
tact Mrt. Ailhur H. GalUghor. 
recordii^ secroiary. 

Plttis we for the bemAlficatlon 
U the groumb of the GcmriJ Hos- 
pital (d Viit^a Beach to begin 
thk faO. 

tht AlantonXTlub was acceded 
fuf' ineR4)»iMp in the Cwmcil of 
Garden Chin d Virginia Beach 

B(^s' Tofwn CJwir wlU be rt U)e 
.Man B. Shefwrd Civic Centar on 
NovenA©" IS, co^jpowored by the 
Comdl. Chd}s denring tidsto may 
contact Mrs. C. L. H«rdibar^ at 
S«M292. 



TEUOUS IMSm TIMED 



Compliments of • , 

f-^lcd 31 aI L^leantrA 
325 Uskin Road 

t * 

Opposite Colonial Storo GA 8-2M1 



CUSTOMIZEb 

Fashioned bdts of supple 
gj^tannedleather.Soft, 
smooth and luxurious to 
the hand. Castom de- 
tailed, f eattiered ed£e and 
solid brass huid finished 
Irockks. Sixes - to -% 
$0.00 
"^*1)eltsby'' ^ 
OBBSNHALIa 



Wi ^ttiPQE THi dAP 





W^n newcomers move ^ 
town, our Hoatew freeti 
them, and extenda a wel- 
come, with the personal mwk 
aaces of oar friendly, civic- 
minded sgonaonu ' 

NEWCOMERS 

GREHINO 

Mrs. Margaret Lowmain 

Hoslets 



PINEWX© GARM2« - One 
erf the ixTtk r^idoi^ of Phwtwod 
gardcM was honortd wtth a gotag 
away col^ lail ftidi^ iMtidi% 
«i ^ «rM i^^mriiig her ten^y 
to ladw tfie (;roa<»tntry bip to 
Moffet Fidd in CaWornia as part 
of tt»e U.S. Navy's traxafw d 
VR22 to the West CoMt. 

Mrs. Joyce Unberg was the 
gu^ of hMor at the Yuestm of Mrs. 
Nellie Bade. ST IMf^rood ro^. 
with Mrs. Lois Hancock soviiig u 
c&4ioiite88. Quarts pt^sent were 
Mrs. Betty Fwidw. Mrs. B^ 
Flippifl, Mrs. Irene Wheatley, Mra. 
Beverly Winston, and Mn. Doris 
Padrick. 

Hk awsome task of ^^t»ting 
the families (rf m entire uidt ta 
eased aonwwhM by ttie- fravel- 
wiae ecpertence iA th(^e tnvobed. 
And part of Uie Navy's contribirti'm 
of "taking care of its own" is the 
issuance of yellow reflective tape 
to all who are nwvhig by car to 
|jQt on^ their bumpers, khs wm 
help idaitify ttnK traveUing for 
friendly ^t-togeAan tkmg the 
way. or in case help is needed. 

The Luadberg family is making 
th^ tranato* an adventures(xne 
^wmey by combining their routes 
and scl^les with three c^sr 
fanilies — the Van Ordens. the 
flia^, and tlw Connts-s. 

^er all hoiisehoid ^fects were 
Dadoed last Mondav wA tearful 
fartwdls given to old friends, tlwy 
packed the car with diildren, 
dog, camping gear, and provisiws 
fiur two days. 



Hie trip ii jduyMd so that mMy 
ride canq>ti^ trips may be tainn 
^ supples pivdiaaed at tiie 
various Nkvy comndaMriea ^o^ 
talk mim. 

tb* fWir fnniU^ plan to meet 
in Monphls on Huiratfa^, in OUa- 
hoiM City on Sitodi^, and A 
the Gram] Canyon fu- a ttire* day 
tour. They must r^xfft in al Mctffet 
Fidd on October % 



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BACK TO SCHOOL ,— SPECIALS 




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NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 



CLINIC PRICES 



Haircut ..... $1.00 



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WIG SET $4.00 




Shampoo fir Set ♦ , ♦ .$1.50 
Permancnts $6.50 

work performed iiy students 



DAY & NIGHT CUSSES 

6 DAY FREE TRIAL 

COMPLETE COURSE 

$250.00 



>^ICS $69-95 

V^Qrh Human Hair 

WICLETS $I9J5 



• SCHOLARSHIPS AVAIUBLE TQ HIGH SCHOOL C^DUATES 
• K)»STUD»ITSRETW^NG TO HIGH SCHOOL YOU^aWALWH) 

FOR iCMOUR$HM> UNDBI THE D. €. PROGRAM ^ 

CALL T(H)AY FOR INFORMATION 

OCEANA BEAUTY ACAOKAY JANAT BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1737 Virglifia Beadi Blvd. 1274 N. AMUtary Highway 

Phone 428-3246 Phone 85S.2061 

open n^ilt Ml 10 PJA. 



tidewater 
Rose Society 



NORFOLK - "Tidewater Rosea 
-Nature's Rhapsody" will be tiw 
theme of the Twmti^ Anmii^ 
Roee Smw to be pr»aited by ^ 
Tidewater Rose Soc^y, ,an itfUi' 
ate 0^ The Anmrkan Bmc So- 
ciety, «t October IS m4 47, at 
the Norfolk Botanical Gardena. 

Ft«d Wallace, Roaa Show diair- 
man has appointed the foUowiog 
committee chakman: Mrs. E. 0. 
Duval, diairman. uA Mrs. E. B. 
ForeA oH^iainnae, arUrtic dl> 
viskm; George Bonney and W. B. 
HarriMo, exhibit advisors; E. D. 
Duval, Judges: Dr. M. I. Kriacher, 
prhM V)A awards; Charia Tiff- 
risi. tickets; Charles TuMmU. hor- 
ticulture (dacemoA; Iftrs. Ed- 
ward nppo, {Riblidty; James D. 
Bin^iam, talxilating, horticulture; 
J. M. Laach, derks horticulture; 
Mrs. J. A. Turreitine. tabulating. 
artistic; Mrs. N. T. HaynM, darks, 
article; Robort 0. Mat^lwws, stag- 
ing and {HXipaty. 

Mrs. M. I. Kiischer, Judges 
hindieon; Dr. M. I. Kriacher, edu- 
cation; Mrs. J. E. Filipowicx. reg- 
i^ration; Mrs. H. S^ Kaimling, hoi- 
pitaUty; Mrs. Robert 1. Ooss, 
show secretary. 




Mp. mk Mrs. Ja»es D. Parker 



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teSS KITTY BOfl^R 

In Scotland 

VIRGINIA BBACH - Miss Kitty 
Bosher has arrhred at the Uni- 
versity of GlaM»w in SoAland 
f^ berjuator year of studies. 
9)er wiQ return heirt year to coin- 
psgt%0c GCNtrses and ffV^tO^ 
from ll«dMl!dt)h-Macon. 

Miss BosdM-, dau^rter of Mr. 
and Mrs. R. G. B(^ier of ankiedc 
!H>int, sailed 'abo«rd the HoUaml- 
American line mi ttie "Groote 
Beer" early ta Sei^en*er. The 
oceffii voyage todc n^ie days wA 
was especially memorable as the 
pas^z^rs consisted mainly of 
studento between the a«es of 18 
and 25 years with TO percent (rf 
them Dutdi rtudents retunui^ 
home after studying in the United 
l^tw. 

Kitty wrote her nwlher that she 
had eiUered a fun beauty contest 
Ml boai^ the ship and ^ was 
named Mis "Groote Beer." Her 
prizes c(»isisted of a bottle gf d- 
egant potow and two kisses from 
the CsfJtain! 



Pijiicess Anns 
WoQan's dub 

VIRGmU BBACH-nie Priii- 
c«n iUuie Woman's Ckri> of Vii^ 
ginia Bead) met renetiy at the 
Pine Tree Inn wtth Mrs. George L. 
Aidrii^. president, prediBng. 

Mrs. R. H. Owen, dub institute 
chairman, was bi diirge <rf ttn 
program aHltted "Leandi^ To- 
j^ber.'* Taking part were Mrs. C. 
L. Baidlbater, Mrs. Aubr^ jN. 
Holmes, and Mr*. Kenneth Qim- 
bert 

Miss Mary Jo Kellam, recently 
crowned Miss Hi^ Schod ol 
America, enterteined the memtins 
wtth her prize winning preaentattQi 
of aor«s frooi "My Fair Lady." 
She was acqonqwnied by ^K^1U«» 
MUler, mu^cal diredor for Vl^ 
ginia Bewdi U^ Schod. 

It was announced Uiat the State 
Board Meeting oi^the Vhninia Fed' 
eratiMi (rf Womei^ Ckdis woul^ b^ 
held Seftonber 28 and 2S at the 
Chamberlain {iolel. Okl Pdat Com- 
fort Repreaenting Ae Princeet 
Anne Woman's aub wUl be Mn^ 
Aldiidge, Mrs. Earl DuVal, Mrs. 
Frank Klepper, and Mrs. bins 
Mott 





M^. Mi 9ba. Hmnde Kltddii aad gnesla 



lib C^ite Besfib dub. lea- 
tiB^ Hkm Dotooz and his baad, 
saw ttie wmmm seuon eirt last 
weekioid. 

Yv me thera is alw^p* • little 
sadqeaa attedml to the ending of 
the Mfanier se a wn 

Hie d«ii^iifas jbi^iicday Bight 
kept ^i^m ^fMr i|taiiiE|if (N cbA 
tron 4andte.iMir #a iltia ^ 

eeealng iveee .# the liP!tM«bire 
arope.^^ inkbii^ (h^ecyoM win 
like wilted ktt^es. V, 

;nm«ab KB^ ^ 1^ wife 
jHeia wwe «il(te'i{|lk.tMlr twen^ 
tieib rannbttuiy >M# ^ anau^ 
doibi^.of iiie llttfewl^^ Mo^ 
^■Ilie p^ stiOted ivim dandtil M? 
(te Cavaller-teir guests qpent 
the weiBk^ at tlte Aotei. "ott 
the house." '- 

Oucats ^wwe: llr. .aai Mrt, 
flNp Drewry. iBv i«ii 1^ Mhi 
Hiutia. Mr. aa*16s. Peatf Bli- 










Mr. an( M^i ^tt^ Bvilet IBr, 






In llie early TWO'S, many yowng Tidewater 
H^tim»n attended the Hampton Female Colle#e. 

. . Tf^en H. D. Oliver had Iseen known for 35 

years. ■ 

Young women wer^ beginnfaig to want mwe «^ 

cation in those years and Hampton Female Coll^^ fiued 

this need. H. D. Oliver filled another gr^t community 

need ... by providing respected and dignified funeral 

'and burial services. 

Today many college ai^ loi:ated In Tidewater and 
thousaois of voun^ women are graduat«i each 3«er. 
H. D. Oliver U st'll on^ of ue most respected names 
in its field, too. A capable, exper^ced ^aff is badted 
by ths ti-aditum of detailed, ewel^nv handled san^^e. 
Two fine hwnes, the Aewest at Virginia B^di, are gra- 
ci»!« and modem. Call on H. D. Olive- to ffll yoiff 
si^cid needs. 



Mr. aad Mrs. Bob Ceol^ 



Tkalia Garden Club Coffee 



Harry Di and Jamea B. Olivw 



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MIMUieRIL 

na-iMs 




Mn. Claewie|aipili add ifr. 

Mr. WaBei Filiita was eale- 
bnitfnf.Us bM^ with Maa 
Ddb| Brsd ami Mr.: and, Mra. C. 
R. Taalur. 

Othot seen winer Mr^ aai Mn. 
SalaBQr Hlfipert ''MHa 'M|''i||a'S> . Lafr 
^n, Ovde Hritoii. 1^ Dw^ Ral»- 
hiaMi. ArOMT LittinfleU. Mr. ani 
MTp, Bdi Geal^^ «ir. atf MM. 

KiBr'irad Cbariat.IitfiMs. 

MJb'aad'Mre* B. J.. Ym/Ufi^ Mr. 
Ma Ipn. ,A> «• JsleisieBi NBr. aaa 
Mpf. Ia H. BlHUWi M^^ and Mra. 
Idai Taeieyi ^fr. asalM^ Janief 
aPerlwrb «ih aal Mn. B^lfiM 
F. Faisy and Bib^iley of Brook- 
lyn, 'N: y.:-:;),:'^ 

Mlaa BhnpsBMoa, Bom^ Ja- 
eaH Jha Nd<^ciey. IMlBa MIT- 

v^9^ ' Bapfs^ .Ji^. aao Mrs. 
Md(aM«r and Mk aat Mins. Jo- 

a«vh LswcaiiNii. .irr, ... 



T1$AI4A— More than a d(»ai 
^este and new members attended 
the "Memba^p Coffae" spon- 
sored by the llialia Garden Oub, 
h^ recent in the hmne of Mrs. 
Ftwdt L. Leonard, Lynn Shores 
Drive, in 1!uAa. 

Mrs. J. D, M^ews, president of 
the olub, welcomed the gu^ts and 
meeriwirs. 

Quests ]nresent were Mrs. J. J 
Cronln, Mrs. Donald H. Rhodes 
Mrs. M. E. Waters, Mrs. R. M 
KtchanaiR, and new meni>ers Mrs 
S. J. Aabee, Mrs. W. W. Hodes, an^ 
Mrs. James W. Rowe. 



Meiribers present were MoL.tey 
L. Kee, Jr., Mrs, Mathews. VlOmk 
H. 0. FreemM, Mrs. J. W, 
er.Mrs. D.D. Goff, Mrs. J.B., 
Mrs. E. K. Land. Mrs. George 
Ward, Mrs. W. H. Stith, l^'D. 
Williard, Mrs. DavW Dugpi^ " 
W. A. Ellison. Mrs. R. D. 
s;tte, Mrs. C. L. Hal^teirf, 
D. G. Wizeman, Mrs. R; S. 
Mrs.* H. W. Noles, Mrs. Howard ' 
IVtertin, Mrs. E. K. Eakw, 
A. L, Sykes and Mrs. N. P. 

An arrdy of gounwt 
sandwiches and tiefetts were 
with co^ee and fndt pnin^ 




I^YSira: -^ ^'Lake Smith 
C*«li|Bn ChAibald is ^ ineeting 
of <lia ffOl MMBl r«^ at Ov' 
bo^ ef Mrs. It If; l^nter. Far 
ria^ Privet tbe aeangfi etarted 
d& ^ft a kisnm^ *<tiA stqiper. 

Ilie !$ski voted to dean-19 the 
{daitffalg arot^d the ifoundkkins 
of tiie LakeHiw Fi^^, etoance. 
Mrl. md , Keyei wai ^t^nted 
di^»ea of oil ednan^. 

Bbw ribbta for arrai^emeat wsa 
•warM to Mrs. %k.. (kaham 
ami Wie Mm ior hartteiilture to 
Iftt. fVei^il^ Mre^ 4 L. 




MM. Jda R; mUama (i^). wMeol (he Ft. Slary 
elapli wBh Mrs. BeaaU R. Brffl. Fl. Slary OffiMve Whee 
njtSipClil a teeeat hndieoB idd la ker lifaar al n.f^ 
*™^. ItodUag. Wife of flie c— aaaaag giaani ii the 
Center and Ft BasMi^ mA Mti. Unm K. 
af *i* fsnaer Ft Staey isi i fflaa i iwj 

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f^ 4A Viralnia B©ach SUN, Thursday, September 23, 1 965 

B«^ fU^gMrts Corp. « 

Own«ri Of Tha 

Virgiiijia Beach Sun 



$%m PtMt AVWHM 



^blithad Evary Thursday 
And Tha Virginia Baach Nawt 



Virginia Baach, VlrglrM 



a^^WlUIWINTHAL, JR. ....,..: Managing 



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dM awlter In ttie pMl tfllce la Vbrfbi*a BeMh. V«.. luider the act af MilCk S, Mi 



r^et ^ isall 



Ootakfe dty-^SS per 



SHAMNG 



Convention City 

during th« past couple of weeks one September, it seems to us that the 
large and one relatively large conven- CnamD#r ot Commerce and the Irtdi- 
iwrtciJhKt^^Vtrgtnta B«ach. Thr" VT0uar7i«5tets snould be;tiytng-toijw»t 
fc)ettar ^n ten thousand persons who 
attended the Mid-Atlantic Shrine Cpn- 
vwttion and the approximately fifteen 
hundred persons who attended the 
Virginia Municipal League, Building Of- 
flclais and Police Chiefs contention 
pointed up the tremendous potential 
ftiat Virginia Beach hias as a nrta|or con- 
vention City. We woutd like to see that 
potential realize. 

C^lously oinventions and conven- 
tj oiii w rs br»^ in a great deal of extra 
fti^^y. The businossnnen along the 
oceanrront -ere happy to see conven- 
ttons come to fown, and quite frankly, 
pert tjf the money the conventioneers 
tpvnd, eventually winds up being ad- 
ditional city revenue. So conventions 
-^an be a boon to the city's economy. 

We have a lot to offer a convention 



more conventions. Wa are told that 
inquiries come in at a rapid rate con- 
cerning the possibility of holding a con- 
vention here. All are tol lowed through, 
but we still believe we should have 
more conventioris. In the off rnonths, 
except for the dead of winter, Virginia 
Beacn otters a great deal of entertain- 
ment, and should be attractive for 
conventions. 

We also fcjelieve that liquor i^ the 
drink on a controlled basis would make 
the city more attractive for conven- 
tions. It is coming. The question now is 
. . . wheii? The arguments pro and con 
have been exhausuted, and we hope 
that Virginia Beach can have liquor by 
the drink within the next .couple of 
years. 

We have visited numerous' so^rn^r 



DRAFT iME?YOU CANT DO THAT,iyiANI 
I'M ESSENTIAL TO fDC PEACl IPfORT !' 




to EdiilaMt^ 



i0 wie centralized compact area along resorts in the past. Some have beautl%^ 

llie waterfront, the conventioneers can ful luxurious room accommodations, 

4kvi accommodations In our motels and but none are any betHM" than our new 

hotels. All of the delegates can be with- and modern hotels and motels. We 

In minutes of their meetings. And there just need more of them to replace some 

il Jji^ty of apace for the meetings as of the antiquated places that have been 

vwril. One of the things that distresses here for too ma«y years. We have %o 

us, however. Is that there are still not much to offer with our beaches and 

^ough rooms available far a large the activities of a ^ach resort that it 

cijpventlon. The Shrlnfers, for instance, lis a sfhame th^y ftre not more taken ad- 

fliled up Virginia Beach motels and iKtage of. We would like to see nu- 

hotels^ most of the ones on the major merous conventions at Virginia Beach 
foad^ »^ Jjiifjrtti eity -^tofttttj^^endM >► In- the off months, running either con- 

evert the larger Norfolk hotels and secutively or concurrently, depending 

motals. This is a situation that is being on the size of' the convention. Then 

corrected aft tha tlme.>Wwmotels are too,'onc» the conventioneer has been 

being fcnjllt alwg the oceanfront. Sev- here. It will be easier to get him back, 



S/e have thought hard 1ir#!ohig be- feer df^afflages that have failed b€- 

fom taking an editorial stand on the cause of pure ignorance, has proved 

subject of s6x education, but we have, ^hat parents are not teaching enough 

after discussing the (hatter with nu- ^^ ^^^per sex education in the home. 

merous educators and church officials, .*, ^ , ^l. . lu u u u 

, , .. I . .1 . i._. We fee that chi dren should be en- 
reached the conclusion that sex educa- -—r • 

tion should be taught in the public coUraged to ask questions of their par- 
schools and in the churches, fdeally, ents on ^/subject, sex Tilcluded. But 
sex education should be carried on in since too many parents either cannot 
the home by the parents; however, or wilf n^^hswer tWlixcquestlohs 



eral ^ill be ready for ne^t season. But 
tlwre art fMhy that need some spruc- 
ing v^ on tf^ inside and outside. They 
•re m^ modern. It would seem that 
we r^ed more and mc^e hotel and 



eit^r for another convention or on 
his own. We have more and more 
tourists each year, but we vyould like 
to see even more. That means, of 
course, we, must prepare for them and 



mot^ rbwtjs. With the Virginia Mu- offer therrt tl^ most for their money, 
nicipal League, the rooms available ^ We like to see Virginia Beach flour- 
more than acfcommodated the conven- Ish^ and prosper in the off-season 
ti<NiaM'l, but this was not a large con- months' loo, and conventions are one 
venthwi. of the best ways to keep up the activ- 
Doring the regular tourist season, the Ity. We look forward to the day when 
touristi fill our hotels and motels, but Virglhla Beach will be a major conven- 
fkiftng the months of May, June and tion city. .^ 

Beards And Loiig Hair 

Last w^k some prospective students land for good, we hope the fad will 

^ a Ridimond College were refused go away. 

admission until they shaved and got a Beards do not always look bad. If 
heiwit. .They did not want to shhve one is cared for sufficiently, it can lcx)k 
end get a haircut, so they raised quite rather distinguished, but, trouble 
a stink. They even wrote to each of though It may be, we shall continue to 
Virginia's 140 General Assemblymen, shave each day. 
asking what they thought about it. We also believe It Is up to the col- 
Some answered. Others did not. They i^ges to decide who gets In and who 



' more often than not, it is not. Too often 
parents ar^sretlcent cm the subject. Too 
often they do not know how to discuss 
the subject. Too often they are con- 
trolled by their own Victorian upbring- 
ing, and cannot discuss the subject in- 
telligently. \, , ^ . 

The prime reason we favor sex edu- 
cation in churches and in schools Is 
that this can open a line of communica- 
tion between child and parent. It can 
make the subject easier to diicuss at 
home. Qutslde the home. If sex is dis- 
cussed mtelllgently and taught with 
objectivity, it should make for a better 
relationship between parent and child. 

We believe that in schools and 
churches sex \sducation can calla spade 
a spade. Tf^e spiritual, medical, legal, 
and nm>ral aspects can be taught. This 
Ui the way for a child to learn, not on 
a right and wrong basis. 

The reasons we favor this manner 
of sex education has been forced upon 
us. The rising teenage pregnancies, the 
increase in venereal disease, the num- 



satisf actor! ly. It seems that the churches 
and th^ scf^wobls are ths^bhly places left 
to teaph what m^ust be learned. It Is not 
an easy thing to recommend this course 
of action, and we anticipate opposition, 
but the schools and churches are far 
better places to learn about life than |.n 
the gutters and locker rooms. 

Because we are allbwlng oOr chil- 
dren to grow up faster and faster, fhey 
must be taught the correct way. Par- 
ents are too often responsible for so- 
cial problems that now exist. The prob- 
lem will get far worse unless educa- 
tion is forthcoming soon. We do not 
consider sex education outside the 
home an invasion of privacy. 

We hope that parents will first try 
to communicate with their children on 
the subject of sex, but we also hc^ 
they take advantage of any and all 
sex education programs in churches 
and schpols. And if the programs are 
not yet available we hope the parents 
will encourage the establishment of 
those programs. 



have petitioned several brganizations 
to help, them get into college, along 
wlth^lr long hair and beards. To us, 
this Is. one of the nvDSt ridiculdus and 
childish situations we have heard olMo 



does not. If the college wishes to keep 
out the longhairs and the bearded 
ones, we bslieve that is up^to them. 
Obviously there are othir circumstanc- 



a long tin*. We had always thought es surrounding this problem- We have 

that the prime purpose of matriculation all seen the type that the college Is at- 

in college was education, but the long- tempting to keep out. We know what 

haired, bearded ones may have dif- they look like, and we know that these 

ferent c^inions. We think they should overgrown children are only letting 

shave, gist a haircut, then get an edu- their hair .grow and refusing to shave 

cation. out of pure and simple defiance. They 

We do not object to long hair or could care less whether they have long 

beards. It has only been since the early hair or beards. They are jgst interested 

f this century that men Kave *»" being different Mr the purpc^ of 

ad off the sideburrts and beards being different. 

•ipped the hilr shol^ly. Byt we It is a g<^ thing that this type even- 

X men look bifter with a cleanly tually^rows up, or adult society would 

ffh face and with shorter liair. It never be the same. All we can suggest 

ather difficult in some cases Is that they have already accomplished 

girls frcpi the t>oys on the what they set out to do. They have 

; this year, liie long male tress- gained notoriety. Now they should 

hawe seen must require a great shave and get a haircut, fake a bath, 



time th^i^^ are wlHing 
jn our filflTWf Iwpe this is 
Mffg ^^ffd #Nm the Bean 

pf^^^ r^u^n to Eng- 



put on some decent clothes and get an 
education that will prepare them to 
live in the complex v^drld of 
Thit fs what is known as ireilism, 



I Tliinic Tiiat I Shall Never See . . . 

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The recently-formed, non-profit Vir- We realize, as does the Commission,' 

ginia Beach Beautif ication Commission that the planting of trees is not the only 

has slone on record favoring the mass thing that can be done. The anti-lltter 

planting of crepe myrtle trees along campaign has already made a little 

the major highways and arterial roads haiadway, and we honestly bellfeve 

of Virginia Beach. We think it is a great some results can be seen. The planting 

idea, and we commend the Commis- of flowers and shrubs along our roads 

slon for this move. is just another step. Pride in individual 

Orfepe ihyrfle trees, first of all, are property is seemingly on the rise. We 

beautiful trees, although their bloom- have seen some beautiful lawns this 

irtg seasbn is relatively short. They do year. We hope we see even more next 

r^st grow too tall, and 66 not take summer. Beautif ication is not an easy 

afWay from the rest of the scenery. They job. All the Commission can do Is Work 

will give a permanent look to our. w"i,th others and inspire the will to 

rbads. Our roads look today like just make our city a more beautiful place, 

ajway to^et from one place to anoth- i We have been wholeheartedly biB- 

#f. In other cities we have seen, fhe hind the efforts of the new Commis* 

addition of trees on boulevards and sion since it began, and we definitely 

parkways, as well as dty streets, has favor the planting of crepe myrtle frees 

increased the appearance at least by along our major roads and highways as 

one hundred per cisnt. another step in the rl^ht direction. 

In the years to come we can envl- We understand that plans for certifi- 

sion the appearance of Virginia BeacSi cates of commendation, for individual 

Boulevard, Independence BoOlisvard, efforts in fc>eautification are wksvIj^ 

Shore Drive, the new toll road and ahead also. We believe it would be a 



6^iN fbmk 



Acoi^ ofni^ago I totted 
out the U^ tad openwd the bed- 
room ^apei, a far^ ^ cmi^ 
n^ eye coovng from the windW 
iecUon of the Bow Oeel GM 
Oou.^. lUi teemed a bit strat^e 
at 2:00 am. so I aSkd tin Vhr- 
giaia Beach Fire D^. to maks a 
report of tte situat«». 

The rday caU to Princesi Arae 
naza VoliiBte«- Fire Department 
traa ataiMl toatantatowia md b*> 
Ihv I was aMe to dress and fit 
diyimitaira myseX. the first uoits 
b^an to arrive in aurH^ to the 
call. Many of those m«i had bees 
in bed ^astoep at hwne, yet in less 
than 10 minul* 4 pkdB of «fi^ 
mwt «^ 13 itAM of ^liDite^s 
}Md MTlvcd and wra ea^^ed io 
extbigidddi« ttie b'.aie. I do aot 
believe I have witn^sed more ef- 
ndracy (H- d0i<aMOD to ai^ gitW|> 
of men. Tills DefwrtBttnt d Volim- 
tea? who go dMMt their r^uku- 
ixRtaes daily and ^-ate 4aAB% 
&^ off hours cannot be praised 
too hi^y or thaHbd enmi^ for 
such watch-d(^ faithftdnew to an 
ever expanding cormnunity. 

Mayble Princess Anbie I^aza does 
not have a regular full-time sle^ 
in fire d^artment; iMit as kmg as 
vx have m^ <d the caXter and 
trainii^ such as tfuwfered Has 
call, I for one will never have to 
worry tor the safety of my family 
or p<»sesgions in die evoit <d a 
fire emergency. 

I feel these men d^erve all the 
credit Aey can get— foi» ttities in 
die past 2^ years they have 
answered cads in my Inmedtate 
area and so far have come out 
on fa^. 

James R. Wannall, Jr. 

SOB Bow Credt Blvd. 
, \v0i^ Qeach, Va.^ , ♦ 



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What -happens In a hwhe, when 
the heads of the bousdiold exploit 
the one or two willing workers, 
and permit the others to loaf? 
What happens to love, respect, and 
honor, in such an u-nfair environ- 
ment? Such airan^ments have 
beoi known to exist, where the 
parents or leaders find it easier 
or more advantagous to permit die 
inqmsiUon, than to come to grips. 



iritb Aa ntbar qgbr ptMma. 

It^ttie aAA iMdir^ of oiur 
bona and ow Chantry diai^ 
into "an inlnwhwrntt (M?" m 
iO. we any ri^dy cs^ "to rea0 

«tel w« iwve mmL 

Sfo^aOiy ud in^ is a "gm <4 
Uoili^- where M ii nmded and 
deittved: btf to maim it on die 
imwoi^ and ui^^Ad o«} resuH 
oidy to (bmoraltei^ta. 

qiodae to ttw daersof wrong and 
te p«iMti^on kf o^M em 
broed <»ly (k^ieracy and nwr« 
crime. Every parent and I^ider ia 
our great mtlMl rinuU take in- 
veirtory arid drter^ie tioir hukA 
d die rugged nature of our f (»» 
fadiers alffl askta to «ur mink 
and hearta. *- 

How kmg can a peopte remaifl 
free w a progiton of exi^ltation? 

Ed. L. hpfkgsAe 
P. Q. Box Ol. Sta. 2 



Vir^a Beach. Va. 

• — H^ 

\ 

Editor. Vln^ Beach SiBi: *• ' 

Even dxH^ kissing is as old as 
recorded history, th<H^ a tot mora 
bxR, tirere are still lots of pe(^la 
«^ do Mt know die thrill of oa> 
cuhiUon. Take, for instance, dia 
Sddmos: the famous Li^danden, 
For dieirttirills. diey merely rtd) 
n<»es. Or, in die ca» ci the Indo-' 
nesians Kid Polynesians, they, in- 
stead of {Kickeiing, sni£f eadi oth- 
er. And, of course, we all have 
reid of how the aiicient Gre^ and 
Romaiis Us^ IR ieed ika^ Mim 
onions and gMk: to keep other 
guys inxa grazing in their pas- 
tures. No one should be amazed 
at that, diough, for it was goieral* 
\y k.iovm ihflt thef^^vvn-eysoane 
►•scandal beaners*"' am(to| the "sin* 
t&\ ^fiMts." Kiisiqg h^ JHevWt 
"in" status thii^ for oadbntite aod 
centwtes, but since the Tel^ona r 
Company installed the new touch- 
tone dial telet^ne in our house, 
ditf has become die "in" statoa 
sfotool in die conuhimify. ,; -. 

OGngratulations to die Telc[^ne 
Q«ipany for a job wdl done.. . 
Sincerely, 7-^ 

Join W. EiAaiA, Jr. 



Blue Ch^ QiapMr 




others, lin«i vyith the beauty of crepe 
myrtle^fi^. It #Hf take I lohg tlrYie, 
li^t in a'fentfatlon or two, whi^ a 
r^gnifiaWrttghftt will bl. 



fine thing for the Commission to award 
suth (certificates to individual business- 
el IH the City of Virginia Beadh to show 
apprlciatlcrt of dvlcjDride. 



lie Vtt^Wi Beaeh Junior Chamtier of CeBiiiierc^ Itas been 
dted by Ha ndioiial organization ftt aa oatstaadlBg fmfetBuuioe in 
aO i^eds of Ji^rcce acttritiea daring the paat yev . ttawa here 
ta State Vlee PreaUent Mfltaa a CleBinMi«s prcaeadag tiw "Mne 
ai4>," wUdi wffl be worn by ea<A Jaycee, to Paat PMddtent Andre 
Evana. Obawvfa^ the prriwinfaHen ta Dr. E. C. &Samtx, Jr., cnrrent 
Jaycee Prerident. - (gaav^ Pheta) 

Your Faith and You 

. There tvas a Broadway play entitl^. "The ICah ^^ Played God." 
It was tile fascinating story of a i^diy torn «te, because he was 
deaf, had learned to read lips. With hi^H»«inEl«d btaiDNddara, iK read 
the lips of p&H>le down on the street in front of Ids apartment He 
knew about tiieir troubles ami proUems, and becmni he was kind 
and ctnhpas^onate, be would said his aiervaat down to ave than 
money. \^»n asked about the source of dds mysterious hdp, die 
servant would answer, "It com^ from the man who plays God." 

That could adequately define the troid}le with most of us today: 
we like to play God, but not in die sanw posithw and constructive way 
as die man in the play. We like to play God by directing our atten- 
tion to oUrsdves, by trying to satisfy our (tesfar^, by being concerned 
about what is good for me, by looking out for Number One fii|it 
Somi^iow we got the idea Uiat the work! rev(dy» around ME. 

But the world revolves arouiui God. That n the way things are, 
that is the order of the universe. When we try to {wt ouradves at 
the center of ttfe, whim we try* to {day God. then we only ran ^tas^ 
itbe.grain of the universe and cause frictipn for ourselves. 

If tlfere is to be meaning tot my ffie, then I must renendier Jhat 
I aril God's child, and Uve in a cK^ve and dynamic relation^p with 
him. • „ 

il> ■ i ' ' ' I I 

/rom mmrs scrapbook 

DATES Afm EVENTS FNOM VfiSTERYEARS 

\ ' =- 

»MdE FrUnr, eaned >7^ ''i«U coTMr*, iPM 8e9l«b« H 1M». 
dvil war Ineka oat in Cliiia, SepleadMr U^UU, 

flam at J4ghtt«MtdMiled ^ tm^mt, SlgMA* m i»i. 
CalBBibM riidated land^ Sef^cmber U, U$t, 

tteMB leftBTiiie vai wpeiatai tnt feetHaqr •! iM% 8ef> 
tonber U, 1T89. 

^kcari Itfiri^ Bii^ faceta aeeapM PhflaMbttw ffiwiwitar 
n, mu ne Int LOertjr O^ vas taaehei, flaplMplw l», XMl. 

TMINtdriaaitiwPacMekaiMadtl^ n»iat itt iitf^ iii«^^ 
mm 9i earner aeHuAmM,mL 




Talk* ftnvj^hfi^bi 

— ■*?* 






Vi[|i5^«»H** ^'^^ Thursday, .^i^mber 23, 196S 



1^ 





ittop 



iyJiU^MoMi 



Diis ftik mufma mm nuch ch^IisihA at te Vlr^da Hadi 

^^"■••"^ **^^fif* °*^ "**"* AHRA ftampiniiiWiw Mar- 
ly m cM^ nr«tt I ^brett itatct-Nni M«w»i to SoMk Cwofat 
were oq kinil |r tti teib aad At Uqg^iiMl t{«pU« 

Bob dark aadl had Jirt a Mte ttwbfe vlhtar Ittki <» wim it 
came ttme for tht ftatfiMMi Md ^ wmef-rvm, R Man* doriu 
the cgapetttkni w« Uew ttia duteh nd eouMit fw for oila rf teae 
3^ foot trapMii. 
^iist wait uM wt fat lack Mfittv. 

Ilik Sm^iim at Mi^ock niMinv tldewrter't aecond b^ deno- 
UUm deitf «Q «• heU at •:!• fjSL 

mtoncmwf opeeted ta iMpale fir a mo pom. 

Four lot flvt beMi wUl be nw ttid a grnd anal ^M brb« tha 
night's acth^tft ■ riow gdia moa^ waba^fajd^r 



mi-4# Jflrf»r*l SMtMt «tt4 l^trflt 



til UmM * ^ ^ fi far 



ne- and aay car ti»t ia running wiQ be el^Ude im ttie Wm»* 

The CTeut Is b^ sponsored by'Aragona Lodge No. 1«. Loyil 
Order xd Mooae. £iitries will be act^itod up to 7:00 p.na. ti the trac^ 
m race nl|^ 

Anj^ne SI or oMer may compete. Fot furtho* informatko caU 4S7- 
7192 or can Aragaoa l^ae Lodge mmm. 

It stoidd aflord good dean fun for tbe entire family. IN'U see you 
there. 

Combig up liiis Saturday nii^ at 0ia VirgUa Beacb Dr«g«p^ wiO 
be a fuQ tflt el auper-fbehers to rtn for tiie top carii priin and 
trq^iies. f^ Whitt aad Outrk^ Fdk are abnoet certaii^ to dww 19 
for the competitoi. At t^ast 135 cars in aU dasses willbe <m hand. 





FootbaU 




HI 



MSFfeMs 



IMO. 

I tBi M i r y II 



rW1WW©#r 



SMt««bw ll-0«taUr 14. 
N enw wb ef H-JctHMry 31 



HI6H SJUJmTllS pm 

pidiLEM m BOAT ovmots 



Siz4Baiith M Kilstea KIslutDp is aet <|iiite eld eaoagli aor ef Hm 
lavper sex la tsiee tlw Mca> ht0auttB swhrnniag teavae. baft h^ 
ikribnt. h aa ezpot Eed Cross iastniclar aad «■ W 
Iheae yelnteerlBg her Ihae ud kaowle^ to nud^ oiare 
i| laan the aeeessary sIMa la f laaip e tmbosaaiart. 

(Staff |hot» by Haai*) 



AJ^' 




''^iBSft Presents 



To Swim 



VIRGINU BEACH - Men who 
have not yet letfMd to surtan will 
have the cbsmce to become experts 
by taking tfie &tt H^ep-Hivhich is 
in reality. -Oie ffa^ ^ into the 
pool! Any man'^irtio liv« surround- 
ed by wato- a^ do ttye reayoits 
in Vir^nia Beadi owe tt to tbieni* 
sehres, thdr d^dren. and titeir 
conununlty to take advtaitage <rf 
the offerii^ d tlw Amerioaii R^ 
Cross swimming classes. 

Registration, for the Mais 9wbn- 
ming dasses, vHrich will begin on 
Septenober 30. is now bdqg takeo 
at ttw Rcjd Cross office on' 19th 
street and Arctic avenue. Classes 
are limited and iegistiiition must 
be in po-aon. 

Qualified Red Cross instructm^ 

^are vohuAeers and tiiere b no 

chaise for Ok lessoas, but tesons 

are givoi in tiie Ca^mlkr pool for 

which tl^re is a sdi^ chai^. 

All men, ages 18 and on up, are' 
urged to join tue dasses whidi 
wiU include noo-swinnam, beffD- 
ners, and advance beginners. In 
the past men desiring to learn 
swimming uid 'mtkt u^ \am 
induded a man ol 7^ and aome 
mudi over<«^^ . . . So tt mtBans 
no one i»-too old to leani. and 
reasna fu- Jota^ on re^> ra«ay 
side baictts. the AaAi objet^ of 
swbnmii^ \euma is to tout) 
water safety, b«A swftmnii^ to 
good fm- my t^, for bealtt nns- 
ons. for Qtaattiw. for a irate dim 
figure, and for poim eoji^nient. 

Ciasset be|^ikig BefftmAm JB 
will nm from 7 to • pm. at ttie 
CavaUer Hotd pOoL 

Also to be oR&ti the sma 
nights win be tiie Adidt (men m^ 
women) I^e Saving Caste at 
7:30 pjn. ^ the QwraBe- pool 
The Life Sav^ coiffaa {Keoeeds 
the Red C^tM WM«> Stfrtfr coarse 
v(4iidi wU be 0fm to iaaauf. 
All.thoie who m^ be btfereited 
in becfli^ ittsirueton OMttt finrt 
take the Ufe Siv^ (Mne. 



CtUBitY|AU 

Lmtl CMSBS. — the 19K 
Harve^ Charity BaD, ^bosored 
by the Amphibiwis Fort* Atlairtic 
OOicere Wives GUb. wiii be b^ 
Oc^bo- 3 tarn 9 p.nL to S M 
atOockw^ Hidl. II.S. Naval Aai- 
{MIriaas Base. 

The BaUis apca la #n Am^ 
ious Fatseofikserand A^ lalsa. 

RaaervataaM ihaidi ba ipade 
thrai«h kqp mm ism iaHf 



Olympic Movie 

VmOINU BEACH - "Olympic 
Gtames 1964— Yachting." a 16 mm 
cotor movie of the sailing events 
diaing the 1964 Olympics m Tdcyo, 
wiH be featured at the Sqitendbo- 
meeting d the Aroad Bay Sail- 
ing Assodi^ion of Vii^ia Beach. 
All p^sons interred in small 
boat sailing ari in>^ted. 

the meeting will be bdd on 
Tuesday, at 8 p.m. in tl^ Captain's 
Lounge of Uie Bay HaHbor Chdi), 
1260 Laskin Road. 

the movie is produced by the 
United States International SaiUng 
Associatim, and. in addition to 
showing the many sailing events 
which occurred durii^ the 1964 
Olympic games, de{ricts many 
colorful 01)TO|MC events rf a 
goeral nattne. 

"tWs movie diould prove v&y 
itrterestii^ to yowgitas who have 
a yen for satti«." aid Jtmaj 
Jadcaon, OonMidsre of the Brpad 
Bay Sailing group. "With adetimde 
nMtivatkm, there te no rraaoo wiqr 
Virginia Beach sfaoidd not prodnce 
ra OtyB^ic Hiikir some ^y," 

TRHUIASTICS 

VIBfilNIA BEACH - the Olj 

Recreatnn Dept., with iU ne^t 
ipenbig d three sttes, \am ott- 
tinwd to oOa its sM& iMwa» 
an d^KH-bmity to pursue a vffirl^ 
of i^^kal activity sA n^^ 

(ta Mdiutey aid ttRB^dagr i^^ 
fnm 7:IM:30 pm. imd eMOaOm 
iptU thadt^vii^, Princes Asm 
IQgh Scbod, Va. Beach m^ 
SdboA bad BayAb Hi^ Sdioot 
win be q^ to b(^ men sm) 
wQRiffl to ttvati^i^ M itidf^b^ 
«■ toma, pffl-^ipatfcn ^tfm«a 
M i^i^ical Otnegs m pmea saaA 
spt^ 

At Primxss Anne Hi^ SdKxi 
and Va. Beach I^ Sdftol tiw 
ever peipalsff Wooaof a t rtteu^irs 
daaes wiU be am^Mbi a0n. 
Lart spriflf over ao women &- 
J^ad and b^i^ted Irom ttese 
doMsl Worom eas Join tfaeae 
dnaM a^tbne besHiae aU IIk 
wBdi » taaad m isuMAmi p«- 



GLOUCiStiai t*iaW-A Vf&i 
inquiry tbuA bow to ktt lUp- 
woma" in the led ol « ci^ 
cruiser recdved at tiie ^Hrginia 
In^itute of Martee Science, GUni- 
ceste- Point pdnts up tiie tact that 
s«ne Virginians are naming. into 
problems of foiling by marine or- 
ganisms they have sever bit(xt 
ttcei, 

"The unuaiaUy hi^ saUiUties 
found well up in the James. Yoii( 
and Rai^vahannoc Rivo- has A- 
bwed abipwomtt (BaaUa gmM 
and fouling cgamsR^ mch as 
barnacles, ^ea sijpdrts, and hydro- 
oids to invade areas of rivers 
seldom affected l^ sudi sds Ufe." 
Dr. WiUuun J. Hargis, Director of 
the Virginia Institute of Marine 
Sdoice, Gohiceib^ Pi^ pointed 
out ^-^-^^^ BiJ» 

Dr. Hargis warns owhers of 
duck blinds, motcH* boats, aiMl 
wooden ddffs in water which is 
normal^ fr^ to take care th^ 
aU wooden st t yctu re a are not 
weiJEened w destroyed l^ Ae 
b(Hlng clam Baakia. ^conanonly 
eaBad "^^pmnas." 

"tkvM^ ow^Ntowi to naitt^ 
eastern IMted ^tes have draa^ 
tically reduced the flow of fre^ 
mrter tfutMH^ Ae 'Susquehanna 
Kver. As a consequence, tiie ocean 
wi^r enbning the Bay has not 
bera dUuted as nuicb as usual, 
and salt wato- has mtruded for 
up Vkgtoia rivers," Dr. Hai^ 
potated out. 

People Uvfaig u(»iver m normal- 
ly fr^ water are ^:customed to 
udi^ untreated poles for Ki'bi^ 
pffir^ and duck tdin^, and ofton 
miaU ddffo are placed to the 
wiAer without fir^ apfdyh^ anti- 
fouUng paint. U thrae have re- 
mained to water widi a salt con- 
tent oC S parts per thousand or 
bigber during ^e tbne "diipvnxin" 
UttVae are present (Jun^CNctnber), 
tiiey may become dai^eroudy 
weakaied by bordrs before the aid 
of wtoter. 

Dr. Marvto Wass, the Institute's 
expert on marine invertebnto, 
reporto that panels d wood sus- 
pmded to the York River at Gkiu- 
cesto- Point as late as SepteodMr 
1. 1164 were riddled by "sMp- 
wtnms," some of vdiidi were 4 1/3 
toches kmg by April SO, 1965. "nni 
wouki inched that tlwse bdrwrs 
feed activdy ttvougbout the fdl 
and ^>ri% and posAly durii^ 
ttie winter. 

Mr. Dextnr Haven, Head of the 
Dapwbae^ of Ap/ikd fipiffft at 
ttw InatMe. reporto tet ogvtor 



CASH! 



Yot CM €«t 

$1,000 
to$)l 



'FULLV PAID" PLAN 
No Appiicatiai F^ 

3ad MOSTGAOK UATfi;^ 
jurroF 1.0*11 nPArMQ^ 



Hpm^ 



6.72-6696 



ebffls are abundaal on Brown's 
^hoals ^ sbcNt ttie J«rws Rim 
Bri^ pod few have tovaded 
thaa^' Rodt about 3 miles above 




"WhM wa hme several Ary 
|eirs nd sahnttiea tniild up to te 
rivor, drills graduany move op- 
river wid esMldiah themselves," 
Mr. Havm states. "IhQr ar^ 
mlbly eoabniid by heavy firc|h 
water nmff to the spMig. likl 
are unabfe to survive aad repro- 

Low sdinitiM may also affect 
crab and oysbr predoctkn. Juve- 
irile ente tend to prefer tow sa- 
Unly wato- for ftdr devdopment, 
and when the saK iatrushui moves 
upriver, ttie area and volpne of 
preferred nUnity is reduced. It 
has beoi pomted out n^aoy times 
ttat hi^ salinitiea Increase oyster 
predaturs and parts and therefore 
Qie present salt iitfru^bn aay be 
expected to incr^ue oysto* mor- 
taJittea further up rivers and to 
tiwBi^itoait ™t™„_ 

Dr. Mamaiffd NfchM, Heai tf 
tte Ph^fcHit aid GecAi^cal Stoe- 
Uon at VQlS rapoiis tfirt ttie eoa- 
tiauouB recordbig salfaioraeter io- 
dito^hear t9t 3smti River Wn|^|> 
reached S parte salt p«r thousand 
(sea water is 35 parts per ttxxis- 
and) to late Augiiit md has am- 
tinued to rise stowly during Se^ 
tember. the 20-year average sa- 
linity Im ttiis tocaticn on Uie 
Junes iUver is 17 parts per ttxNu- 
and. 

the P<Momac Kivar is reported 
to Ittve produced ttie bweat Jiato 
ftow ever reon-ded and ninfidl 
to that river basin continued de- 
flciort ttirou^ Augu^. the ac- 
oBinuilated defidaicies occurrta^ 
since 1900 aniounto to ISJ tocheis. 
, It to poariUe ttiat people to ttie 
tidal wea ttifaig dudtow wdtonu^ 
ajqierienee att totraikn tf dRx#A 
concttiau po'siat for aevmiljnait 
moottis mxat^lag to Dr. MdMds. 



WKVKTO 
AMGIUNES 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Dick Har- 
mon, WICVK Radto program <Urec- 
tm- has rdeased the adieduto of 
footfMn games to be to-oadcast by 
ti^ Virginia Beadi tiatim ttiis 
season. 

The scbedklle wffl feature 8 Nortti 
Carolina games and 2 Army gsQ^s 
-^ Am^-Boston coDege lail 
and the traditkaal Army-Nav^ cm- 
frontation. ' tt' 

the second game of the seastm 
win be broadcast ttiis Saturday 
whoi North Carolina ffiarta Obto 
State to (Mo. 

m sdielkile «id game 



the 
ttaies: ,,J^^., m; ,„ia«,u ^ 

Sept 2S Nortti Caroliiui vs. 
StaU 1:15 p.m, -— :— ^T— 



Ohk) 



Oct. 2 Am^ m Bortoo Cdl^ 
12:46 p.m. 

Od. 9 l^kotii (^mfloi mJUL 
State 1:15 pm. 

Oct .IA Nohfa Caraltol vs. Mary- 
Imd 1:^ ^in. - ------ 

Od. S3 North Carolina vs. Wake 
TweA 1:45 p.n|, _ ^ 

Od. 30 Nbrth Cardtta^ (kot- 
j^ 1:15 pjp. 

Nov. S NofA Carolina vs. C3em- 
son 1:15 pjn. 

No|v. 13 Nmtb Ctfoltoa vs. IMre 
Dtfne 1:15 pm. 

Nov. 20 North Caroliaa vs. Dolw 
1:45 pjn. 

Nov. 27 Army vs. Navy 1:1S pjn. 



^^^ssmitmum- fha \^- 

gtoto Bea^ Camnmn^ FoottMin 
t^flmm toMriM^ MM Sabfr- 
4aj at ma Mk. gnawed I9 
M Vbri^a Bndi llecreatioi De- 
pnCOMtt. 

In ttie Mtdgd atx-mni adton 
die Plna Padtev duelled ttie 
thorti^ltfmod iimdimia, 2ft4 
Toudidowns w«^ a»irri by Ua^d 
Ptotsaaoii Ol a two ^rd {rftoige, 
David Sater recovered a fivrijle 
to Ae end vme for tt» sec»nd 
score aiMl i^ play q[ fte gasm was 
a SS, yard kkkoff rebm by Rdtert 
lebrt. Greenwich tigei 30^, over 
ttw Kempsvine Cardtoals. pdtt\ 
OMMcr aoored two ID'a m now 
of 10 Mid 20 yards. Jan Patttrvm 
h^ied ottt wttb a IS and 20 yard 
taO^f. Iteflt Mduemore returned 
tiia second baU kickoff 35 ywds 
fn- a acara, tlw Tig«? took ^roog. 
the Virginia Beach Mariners 
relied over the iSiesqieake Charg- 
ers, 19^ Jim En^Ush rn ri^t 
"p^Tpod Tor SI yard and a fMKb- 
dowa, a few mimites later added 
anottw Witt) a 33 yard TD <n a 
nice reverse play. To ice the cake 
Ea^x^ Uxk a rev^^ |^ay di^ 
to hU own tarrit(n7 and slv>t 77 
ywtls ior ttie final score lor a 
days WM^ d three TD's. The 
Plaza Cotts and the Virginia Beadi 
iimm plftyed to a' 12-12 tie. The 
Rams cum fnan bdiind m ti^ last 
few rilinutes to tie the game on 
G&ta Myers six ywrd nui. the 
Colto scored early to ttie gtfne on 
Tkm Reidi the hi^ end catd^ d 
paves from Bryan Jones the quar- 
tolMvdK flood tor 40 and 5 yard 
Wa. Tne Woodstodc Rams 
stopped the Larkspur Hawks, 19-7. 
J^k Carroll scored two TD's cm 
mas d t5 ani 45 yards and had 
a tuOid m tti3 third soire with a 
15 yard pass to Pete Gregory tl» 
left end. The tone score by the 
Hawks was by Bill Smith a ten 
yard run. In Uie Pembroke-Ara- 
l^xia eight-man league, the Cobras 
stoped the Cavaliers, 13-7. Harry 
Y(Xing scored on a 39 yard run. 
iUck Itonids (m a six yard plunge. 
For the Cavaliers, Mike Mazaiarica 
went ov«r right tadde for 19 yards 
ttid a TD. Ihe C^lts over the 
Padcers, 14-0, witti David Bailey 
sc(n*ii^ both TD's on runs of 2 
and 40 yards, the ICii^ held <M 
ttK Royals, 6^, John BeU scorir^ 
Oie only'tD a 16 yard keeper. The 
PorUes d^ated the Pu^ers, 64. 
Mil« &itoier saved ttie game with 
a fianUe neo>very in ttie PaiUho^ 
end fom for tt^ (miy^^re, 




wffi^ni 



to a hard 
pnoe wna ^ n^ts Gnnt 
^1^ awajl wtt the vto- 
.. 20-ii^^ t^ ttie qua^ 
(eiiadE aAM on a kaaper and 
|M^ed to d^ Joiis Urn 30 yar^ 
(or the WttMo-s. Ofier d^^nm 
action ttie Vir^nia B^di 1¥ojans 
hekl BiK^ die Bay Lake Raiders, 
124. Brook &)Nri^ ii^rccpted a 
raklm pttis and np it barit 30 
yanbrfcK' a score and ttnai scored 
^othe* on a 20 yard pass btxn 
(jpiartttiMck Ikvid Wbweoff . Ourtis 
StotM-lto scored ttie oAy TD la- 
the Rai(ters, a 10 yai^ run. 

In the Into-mediate Leapw, the 
KcmpsviUe Fakons rdM over 
ThaUa, 2(M). Ronnie Bopa scoring 
two tD's no runs (tf 35 and 15 
ywtb. For the final taUy Wayne 
McKenzie {»ased 10 yanb to 
Wayne Godley to the end zme. 



tha Oeaaaa iMra sia4i drfaul 
pay off ai l# dilMtod ft* «Mn^ 
wlcb toam. 74^ Jeb|M7 l^^m tt| 

quartaHbadi pasM^ 30 JwAi 4 
Frank Smtt for tto Wmmmm 
TD. Thta gane mto WBlid taf 
^ pl^ ^ btt ^^M. m 
Aragona Vikto^i ^toped ttia Woi4 
atoci Oiariws, l-S. A 41 yed fM| 
{day fr«n J^ry Arsa^M to Lei 
Creif w«B fte ttlt. the ^^cri 
made a si^ 1^ to the pne tot 
two poiato. but after gaMng ttil 
bdi on ttit kldBoS ootid nat mov| 
down field to acbre. Ai ^^ool 
def«»e bdd up for tte vfctori^ 
Khigs Grant won over ttie Flazi 
RedBkim. 20-13. 



In ttie Jiaitor L^#ia, 
stopped Greenwtoh, 64. Km Ai»- 
tin scored on a one yaid phnge. 
Tary Hill played wdl on defaase. 



HAT & BAKE SALE 

VIRGINU BfiACH-A Hat and 
Bake Sale, qionaercd by The Wom- 
m'jk Sodety ol Christian Sa-vice 
of Memorial Mattwdlsi Chundi. wOl 
be bdd at ttie cfondi, 804 GanuiMU 
Road on FVids^ fnmi 7 p.m. to 9 
pin. aiMi on Si^irday hxim 10 e.n|. 
(0 4 pjn. 

Mn. J. E. Bo^es is diabrman. 
Refredimento wfll be served. 



Lyimliiiven CoMiiy Bnildup 

COMPliTe MUU. ESTATE SBtVK^E 

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POR YOilft REAL ESTATE NEB>S 
CAU 

COMPASS REAL ^TATE 

2905 Shora Dfiv« , 
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24i0 JUlttiC AVENUE 

FOR PROMPT anil COURTK>US SERVK^ 

IPHONI 428-1973 



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W» fcn to #1% wKela i tr I© mafc* eusloiii«rs hoppy^ 
tha goma. For tha tmDvidtral and how to kaap thfoi that 
ivhohatatp#clalparliiiany way. 



victory, thara Is addodptr- 
sonol saMsfodion. 

You, too, con ba a winner. 
Whan you hova tom# spadtf 
naadi for homa or ^ilet« 
your "best bat" ts to look 
llrit to Hie loccd busi^ast coi^ 
fflun^. '" 

Thwm oro many iwasont. 
toed merchants oro bi bud* 
nais to serva yoo. Thty soo- 
caod bacausa thoy know how 



Whon yba hxKlt lelxdiy, II 
doesn't toka at long to gat 
tha Horn or tb« sarvi«t the* 
you naad, WWoHy at A priM 
lower than you woirfd |»^ 
•bawtMH**. 

^ Andy tfiara't on oddad 
llWught. You oonlrfbuto to 
M^ ioeal aconomy wh«i yoii 
trad* and IJNA Jh the 1^ 
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ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND RATE 
4y4% - Dtc 31, 1965 

VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
aiO 25Hi St Va. Bwch 428-9331 



Va. beach featured 

in ocean hiway folder 



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»K! USEirti AR 
»!^ BARGAINS 



nOE m MODEL RENAULTS XKE 8EIXJN0 At, A FAST 
PACE. BBCAUK OP THESE FAOT SALES WE ARE OVER- 
graaOED IN USED CASS. THEREPORE. IN QKDER TO 
g pfy OUR USED CAB STOCK MOVING, WE HAVE SALE 
IliaQD EVERY CAR TO SELL PAST! 
« 

*m WOtat GALAXIE IN — tl FORD OALAXIE 506 — 
ftiw mm & p iaiOMk. SdU Porte Iwritflp. V-«, rail*. 
ni flihh. nito, hmt», wto- heater, Mtoopatic, w.w. ttics 

A wrf fc«iMy $174$ "i* !«•*« ■*««*«• *?i™ 

"8q^ $1695 

« CHEVROLET MPALA^ •» CHEVR«JCT-Mow Bta- 

w.w. tkm ?^' *«3?" ■*'^**tfc**^: 

r, w.w. ni'M. A 

$1250 "^-i*"^ $395 

...I. '. „._„„ „. W CSEVRCMLET WATIWJ 

W PLYMdVlfl STAITON WA- wAGON — V4. IpMiniHir 
OON - Y4, I MMKnxrr. Ra. ^..4^ ^ ^ j,,^ wteMttc, 



'^y^jj l» aMQem biqr al $450 

lr7 FLVMOUIH BELVEDERE 
<«• fORD GALAXIE Ml - . MbuuHe, iNater. wtth V4 
CwmJMt . V4, MrtgoMlle, n- nghw. ezeeOnt tnuoorta- 

"" RENAULTS * PEUOBOTS - 

II VAUANT - Mmt Min. Beit eeledlMi !■ Aneriea. moat 

drift uMi ov laBNM oBe*yoflr war* 

oiwB* natf. AB miilah aal eolon. 

$495 f^ , $295 



EASTERN AttTO 



IIH1 ft GRANBY - MA 7-B321 
(OpMi NHm) 





VUKSINU BEACH - COMfal 
Vii^taia is tmtund in 42 ^pedal 
•ttractkKtt listed in the {all «v«ete 
folder published by the QGOgn m 
way AsaociatioB. 

The oewly-issi^ fold^' Mb a 
total of 226 evmts, sct^ukd 
throu^ Dec. 31. W& in Vir^nia. 
Maiylawi,' Delaware, New Jwsey, 
North Can^tta., South Cardina 
ami Georgia. / 

"Rie autaonn eveits schedule, 
along wtth m Ocean Hiway map- 
folder and piide, may be <4>tataed 
free from Ocewi Hiway Anoda- 
Hon, P. 0. Box 167, Virginia B«k* 
Va. 

TVavelersI often describe 'the 



tims'lnclyde the Gardn Oab a» 
nal rose ikam at Vir^nia B^ch 
<m (ka 8-7. nd tiw Jiorior Wom- 
an's (^ QOHnt PoUaa at Vi^ 
^ia Bnck'Mi Nov. tl A vari^v 
of the^re (MTOchK^lons a» avail- 
able thro^ Dec. 31 at ftorfolk 
and Virginia Beach. 



Census On ^ 
'Shote' 

Fmniliea in this so^a will be 
asked about the exteit to which 
children and other family mem- 
bers have h^m imonmoed apinrt 
Ocean Iflway as the "nices t dist- 1 ppijo gn^ othwr canmunk^te difr 



ance between two points" m a 
result of the great variety of 
things to do ai^ see ak>ng the 
coast between New York and 
Florida. Local communities in Vir- 
ginia and other states have or- 
ganized many special events to 
help provide all-year activities 'for 
visitors. 

llie pc^niliff all-year Noif oQc 
Tour includes self-gukied visits to 
many Norfolk 'area attracttons. 
Virginia's annual autumn pilgrim- 
age win include visits to historic 
Tidewater churdiM, plantations 
and h<8nes on Oct 1-3 'and 8-10. 

Special faQ events for coastal 
Virginia anglers include the Vir- 
gmia Salt Water Fishing Touma- 
m«it, which 'runs to Oct. 1; the 
Chincoteague Ocean Beach Surf 
'Fishing Tournament, extending 
thnw^ Oct. 31; the Virgima 
Beach ^Uiglor'Club Fishing Tour- 
nament mi S^t. 25-26; the Ude- 
wato- Anglo-s Club ^K^ted Sea 
Trout Rodeo at Lynnhaven on Oct 
17; tlw Virginia 'Beach TVout Ro- 
deo on Oct.i 31; and the Tidewater 
Striped Bais Twmament on Nov 
aO-Dec. 31. 

Sailing attradi(HU inchide the 
Norfdk Yacht Chib Regatta, on 
Sq;>t. 4^ and the first annual 
Governor's 'Cup R^atta <m Oct. 
^3. Professional fo(^aIl c(»ne8 
tp coastal Vir^a this fall with 
the Norfolk Nq?tunes «itary in the 
new Qnitinental League. I^iecial 
events featuring football and pof;- 
eantiy include th^ Oyster Bowl 
aL Ma^^t^oa Oct 31 and ibe 
Chewpeaks Bowl at Ckvat &idg# 
Hi^ Sdiool Stadium '<m Nov. IS. 
Also scheduled are several golf 
tmumaments. , 

T!ie seventh anniml ant^ue show 
and side, spcmaored 'fay the Prin- 
cess Affile Woman's Chib. will be 
h^ at the Vhrginia Beach Civic 
Coitor im Nov. 4-7. Other attrac- 




SEinis 



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j , buy genuine 



tlMW^i no giupwiiili involytd in fl« 
aMna&ctovt <^ Case parti; fHiey axe 

WmmSO^ tamwOfB QnglBaif flfttpilnl SnCt Dlulv 

forymtt Case madiina. Ifaay ise mada of tiie 
•BUM mataila], pass iiia aaoM x(^ coginecimg 
teata. £a<& nplaoaoieDt is gtMnnteed to giv« 3^oa 
kng Hie. IVliy lattle lof kaa iHmri ycm can get tiw 
baii? Casa parta ooat no mora thm sobatitiiteB. 
iWo cany a good stoek of genuina Caae parts for *''i^' 
eC-tiM-Adf ddivwy. Make na liaadquarten 
fat an of yom Caae eqnqpinienl parts needl^ 




USED EQUIPMENT BARGAINS! 

WE HAVI A WIDE VARIETY OF GOOD HEAVY CCMSTRUCTION EQUIP- 
mmx AT UNUSUAy.Y LOW PRICES. WRITE POR RISK'S 16-PAGE CAT- 
ALOG Of BAiSAINS OR VISIT US AT NORKMJC. 



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SABRE ROAD. Jmt Off MlHtaiy Highway 



NORFOLK. vnMaNIA 



eases during ttie Current Popula- 
tion Survey to be conducted to 
Septendaa* by the Bureau of the 
Census, acc(utiii% to Director Jo- 
s^h R. Norwood of the Bureau's 
Regi«ial Office ia CliBrk>tte. 

Ilie health queirtkitt, ^xmsored 
by the U. S. Public Health Service, 
will be asked in a(kUtjoo to regular 
monOdy inquiries on empkyment 
adced by the Buremi for ttw U.S. 
Department of Lafoor'r bureau of 
Labor Statii^cs. 

DiseaMS to be covo^d by f}w 
(^pie^na, in addlti<m to pdio, in- 
ch^ diphtheria, whooping cou^. 
tetanus, an d&Kiay and Goman 
nneasles. 

The information will be cdlected 
during the work wfeek starting Sep- 
tetanus, and May and German 
lected sample housholds in tfiis 
area as well as other sample areas 
throu^ut the ¥.3., , 

Census Bureau interviewers who 
win visit families in this area in 
Septonber include: Mrs. Helai K. 
Blassuigham, 1206 N. Fairwata* 
Drive, Norfolk, and Mrs. Edna A. 
HUl, 3006 Kiliride Drive. Sait 
Chesapeake — ^7 -^-~~ 



BROAD BAY GC 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Tbe Septem- 
ber meeting dL the Broad Bay Gar- 
doi CliA) was hek! in the home of 
Mrs. H. J. Sweeny wtti Bfrs. Twn 
R Hurley as co-hootesa. — ™— 

Mrs. ViJ^a Hendrlckswj, am^ 
er of yir^ia's Craft and Hotrfjy 
Shop, was the guert speaktr. 

Winner in artistic arrai^ements 
was M^W. G. Bisek. Blue rib- 
bon winners in horticulture wtre 
Mrs. C, h- Mitchell, Mrs. J. E. 
Gibbs and Mrs. H. J. Sweaiey. 

A bir&day lunch and tour at the 
Botanij^al Gardois is planned for 
October 12. 



ALL PURPOSB 

3-INONE'OIL 

Oils Everything 
Prevents Rest 

REGULAR -oil SPRAY tELICTRIC MOTOI 




INienBATHNI 



(C^atfaned Prsm Pa|s 1) 

tually a frapafer. Tlie land h 
qnaatioa wai U«ed vAder the aama 
III a Imyir for the oorperaUaa 
"for lidadcal aad )a|al reaaoM," 
according lo C. T. S. Kaep. Chitf^ 
man of the batrd of ih« oonpuy. 
Keep laki Us oompaagr mads a 
ntsme^ in Mdttig to Iba cMgr. 
Ittdi more BMflt endd ha«« boan 
made by hoUiv the lend for pri. 
vals devekpowot, iNndi 

Dan H. BefUn Jr.. ChaiimaB of 
the Virgiaia Be«]h Bapabfean Oly 

ConmUtat. s^ SUadqr the Ofy 
OouBcO \m M/tiiA "1^ eooi|riete 
dlo^rd for ctHnmon hMiiwiai 
aense" ia voting to purchaae tlie 
144 acres of umkvaloiMd land 
•outh of Saodbridge for convenkn 
toa cHy park: 

Heflin said the oouncO voted to 
purchase the land ixK tfSI^W al- 
dio^gh the tract has "never Iwoi 
properiy ap(H>aised." 

Heflin said his coomktee studMI 
the pn^osed pirdiaae in dstaO 
and pcMcd the iolorawtioe on to 
state Rqxiblteffi) bead^ilrten. 

He sakl Ms taifonnatial led Wki- 
nall to seek the URA investiga- 
tibiL 

When URA mikea ita rqxvt to 
Wkinall. Rep. William A. Barrett. 
I>Pa.. diairman (tf 0ie stAcomai^ 
tee, will deckle vrfwtiwr or not the 
^bbonanittee will faweat%ata the 
purcfaaae. a subcommittee staff 
akfo sak) Tueaday. 



yiff tola %n^ m^, T»^Mrrtay, Septembf 23, 1965 



^gtj5-A 




YWCA Swim 
Registration 

VmGINIA BEACH — Itie \^- 
ginia Beach Y.W.C.A. FaH Swim- 
ming Registratkx) wiU>t Enii^. 
from 1 to 5 p jit— '^*--^— ^ 

Classes are avallidl>le for sdiool 
age boys and giris (7 years and 
1^)), adiA women, wmking gii)a 
and teenage girls m begimer, ad- 
vance be^iaer, bitMmedate, and 
swimmer levels. 

daaaes begin Septenablr » at 
ihe Cavdier. Day^bne and-eve- 
nfaig classes are ofiared for an 
dght leaaon aarlea meeting ohce 
a week for ei^ weds. 
-jta- hirther faifotAiatfte, ci^th* 
VliTjtaia' Beach* Y.W""" — 



BIRTFl . 

Mr. and Mrs. Mkdwd Gary My^ 
ers announce the t^th of a acm. 
Mfcbael Jr.. on SeptemlMr 24 M 
Leigh Memorial HMpit^ Mrs. My* 
ers is ^ former Miss Bettie Kate 
Pace Cadieux. dai#|er of Kfr. iftid 
Mrs. George Colea Davis Jr. of 
list Street Hk paternal grand- 
mother Is Mrs. En^ C. Mycars of 
Ingletide. 



PAlNfULGOR 

AMAZwe Lioun 

RaiSrESPAlNAS . 
IT D1SS0L\^ CORNS 

Nmt nrnvK mm^fm. Mw «ir 

Utm pwa ifMtta«r. wodn Mow^ 
ikia liiM » diuolvc oorm vmti la put 
days. Gci FfcooM... Mall 4nis cottUM. 



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MSMMT 



SSScilTCHING? 

Lat doetor's fermula itapk 

Zemo spoecto soothini ^ief to ex- 
ti^nally caused itching of eczema, 
minor rashes, skin irritations, nbn- 
pdbonous insect bites. Desensitizes 
nwve endings. KiUs millions of sur- 
fiue germs, aids healing. "De-i^" 
skin with Zeino, Lkiuki or Ointsaent. 
Quick rdief, or yeiar moo«y bade 1 



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PACKA6ED 

PROTECTION 

FOd YOUR 

BOSINESS 





Is your buskwss tnawfad by a Mring of 
policies? Why not bt us wrap i^ ^ ilia 
you naod in a MMikm l o w eaal pecfa _ 
for quoiified mardMmts. If eovavs c o w ta w l i . 
Nigs, buiidlnos and llabMily bi ««• ' 
con sovo ypu tkna ond mofiayl 






KELLAM - EATON 

Imurana Cm^miy 

3111 PACIFIC AVE. - VIRGiraA BEACH 
428-9161 

310641 PRINCESS ANNE RD. •<- CIfY NAIi 
(1) 426-9600 






A* CaMgari siaten. Mrs. PMHa Raaae. wife ef the aa«odate Judge af javeaile and doniestie rela- 
ttsaa e«HPl: ni mn. E. J. GerM, Jr. whoae koriiuid b a pidnUag omlractflr, are woridag fogetto- 
to make fte VfagWa Bcacii PaUb Ubnuy faellitles bigger and better far all , 

^^ tStaff Pfcote liy Padrlctt. 




Bookworms To Appear Next Week 



THALIA— A sister act, phis one, 
» spearti^Kling Hat drive to ob- 
tain funda needed to opand the 
Vh-ginia Bead) PuUk Ut^-ary fa- 
cilitiM. Mrs. PhilUp Russo and 
^x%, E. *J. Q&kit Jr. are the 
dai^ters U Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 
CaUgari and lifek>ng resido^ of 
the ndewattf area, and they all 
Uve in lltalia. Their frieiMi teoA the 
difa^ ai^ to the tri-chairman- 
|hip is Mrs W. ^ Black, also of 
•ilialia. ? ■ 



Mrs. Russo has three childrea, 
Mrs. Gerloff has five, and Afrs 
Black hns two plus a grnndchild. 
Libraries, tl» lack of dieir facili- 
ties and the distance that had to 
he frawiwi in the pMt are prob- 
lans felt kee^y by all parents. 

With fhe ^)proved funds of $50,- 
OW fnm". the City and a federal 
grant U $41,720 to build and «]uip 
the Windtbr Woods Branch of the 
Vij^faiia Beach Library, in addi- 
tkm to. the Pembn^e Manor 




SJiVICEM% 

(MSCUSSED BY MINISTERI^ 



-Regortaoi-^ 



Cfojqpltaffiy J^e amf in^rmatkNi 
about ad(^)tk» procedures «we 
preauilad at ttie regular montiily 
meeting ofvthe Mmisterial As- 
sodati<» id Virginia Beach h^ 
1^ ttM Lutherm Church cA ttie 
Good Shfiiierd last week. 

Bin: Frances Ehtnl of tan Wel- 
fare D^artment of Virginia Beach, 
^fr bo* assistant. Mrs. Blary 
Ihroitt, i^ke htfonnally and ex- 
S^aiind tiie (toses of Uie State 
adoptive system and the inete- 
pjfiident adqjtive systons. She 
wiaaSi thi^ all area ministers who. 
ti|r«igb ctwnceling. etc., are asked 
for help in adqpticHi problvns. to 
contact the Welfare office at City 
Hell in Princes Anne Court House. 

A lively questkm and answer 
peHqd foUowed. 

Hie Rev. George W. WoOet of 
F^lawn Bai^ist diurch, chairman 
of Uie Ifo^itiMy House Ux Sov- 
kw Peiwonnel, reported that mol% 
ttun 3.000 ao^ice pec^le had eor 
joyed the facilities at the House 



CoRmuHKMT Cordm H- l^rffiin, 
CSiaplain at NAS Oceana, said 
eRorts were being' made to es- 
tabUsh a IHSO center at the Be«^. 
If it does not materialize the com- 
mitte still will plan amther Ho^i- 
tality House soQiewWe iffixt sum- 
Hier. X 

. Mrs. Ridiard Warren* Barnes 
%., ^istess and executive director 
of ihe Ho^itality House, was in- 
troduced and sl» thanked the As- 
soctetiwi for the privilege (rf work- 
ing with our Arnied Forces and 
' she pointed out tiie neecssitv of 
making the servicemen feel want- 
ed. She suggested having a float 
in the parade next y^r which 
opens the season as a means for 
publicity ^for the servicemen's 
Hospitality Hwise. 

The Rev. Junius L. Clifton pre- 
aded over the meeting. Cwtimand- 
er Warren L. Boasi, diaplain at 
Dam Neck, was the program chair- 
man< 

Coffee and doughnuts were 
served by the host, lite Rev. 
Dickson Taylor. 



brandi mA te Bookmobile, a start 
for a more complete library ^s- 
t«n has g(^te» underway. But the 
necessary $12,580 l»s to be raisea 
1^ puUic siiwcriptiMi. ' ^ 

"We to<* Ml the work of being 
chairmen for tbe fund raising," ex- 
claimed Mrs. Garfcrff. "because «» 
have children who need the Tf- 
brary ^ all the educational and 
reference hiaterial neceftsary for 
a wdl-nHBided educatran that (mly 
a library cai provide." > T ' v f ' 

"Interest in bodes and reading is 
created in the early grades in the 
schools," added Mrs. Russo. "Our 
ISiiHren as well as many others 
enjoy reading and want to learn, 
•niey love lo ^ to the librwy." 

Mrs. Black commented on file 
J ut chOdren can an ddfthaye 

they can write their own names, 
"And they ahvays check out their 
limU!" 

Sharing their interest in having 
the best possiUe library ^ilities 
available to Virgina Besch resi- 
daits (A aSL £^es are the more 
than one hundred workers who will 
b^ soliciting the funds <x\ Sep- 
tember 90. 

1^ Idck-off luncheon will be 
h^ at the Bow Creek Country 
Club on Scomber 29. Mrs. Russo 
will itrtroduce Mayor Frank Dusch 
who wiU in turn introduce the 
guest speaker, Harold Sueg, senior 
vice president and assistant pub- 
lisher of the Vii^inian Pilot and 
Ledger Sar. 

To be seated at the l^ad table 
will be Mrs. Paul Maestas, library 
board chairman; Mrs. Gerioff, 
Mayor Dusch, Mrs. Russo, Harold 
Sugg. Mrs. Black and Mrs. John 
W. Fbwler, chairman of the lundi- 
eon. 

The door-to-door camnaign will 
cover the area from London Bridge 
to the Norfolk City line. 



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Officers Elected 




tteeted at the r^riar %wiaesB meetiBg ef flie Virgtida AssoetaOon of adefs of Pdlce. dining their 
mSk AMMid Onv e a t i an kdd at ij» CavaHnr Ifots! ta ^rglala Bea<^ woe tte flowing offlcas 
teH ta tH^i fttaMkid Mnler W. & Kdly, Cklef of PoUee. WflUaaisbarg; 1st Vfoe President-W. S. 
Tmnm, CUef «f F«ttec Ara^(loa: SadJVIee^Veatdent. Ge<»«e T. Eades. Chief of Polioe. Salem; 
lid Vkr rtfiMfiBf fimery J- B4ilejack. CUef of Pdtce, Maftfawvtle. 'lie neit ab were elected as 
Biaeill** Can^Mamea: CaL Jdn J. Wright-Chief «f PoBee. Rithmari ; Bto|er imiasi L. Durrer. 
^IM af Paika. nMax Ombi^; Majar H. W. Bnrgte. Ezeenttve Oifiber. Depaitmcat rf State PoUce. 
H Mtajar B. O. MeCAl. CUef af Paifoe, DamdBa^neevea E. JaiiBBna, Dbeetor ef Sid^, vir. 
~ A. Hawca. CUef of PoBce, Aleundtia: nn«lil'.J^aBlea,^ecathre Sec- 




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Ofpckd Visit 



IMPORTANT 



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tIMlJMHilMMl 
At th« Bftt 01 





Msar Dunn 

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ft^YSlDE - llM^B^wide yam 
CMl net \»A wedi at Siort Drivf 
itAB i*W) the presUeit, E. Hosvwd 
9ts^, |)reddta«. 

TH!^wn c b a I r m a n, Btn 
flMC»dt, introduoed tiw ^lot 
^Mdttf , Jtan IXmn, G^ertO Mn- 
t^ d Nor^Uc Nep^unes. Ilie 
amtiog wiL^ observed as fatlm-- 
9» n'lbt with a good nuflOher of 



Vk-ginia B^ach.SUN, Thur^ay, S^ffmb^rJ^ Jf6p^ 



IssM 



l^im Mydims 



Beach M$rj <^ M flMN^r. i 



NO JOB TOO LAi^ OR TOO SMAU 



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# Smd-AlttllMi*! 

. Savingi Placed By Hie 10th Earn From The lit 

Federal 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION^ 

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Home QttfiL..'^ ^ 

Boush Sti eJH » iMHiVt 

/ Brandies 

TlxMnas Cofner — Portemouth 

Newport News — Hawtea 

Suffai 




• lETTaMIADS » • eilVGU)PfS 
• iUSINESS ft OOLING CARDS • INVOICES 

INVITATIONS . t A WKHINCIMENTS 

— — _ — ^ — I — — — f 

• RATE SCHEDULE # MENUS 

_ silaiuyED oa iuis» 




eount of the way in whidi the 
Nurfont {nrrfivsional foott)a!l t"rim 
pt^ from a dream into a realify 
to a few dwrt we^- Dim to $(me 
umniraMHintable financial obstacles 
to the CmttaiMttal Footisall Lei^ue, 
Sptk^MA, Ma^., where the fran- 
ehte Iwa bem located, it becwie 
avalla^. A ^oup d Nwlolk 
qwrts ai^bittiaats. headed by Rob- 
ert BaybwA, became Mer^t^ 
and begM.an rnC^isiva d^ (or 
(bl ^ft^^m wUch wis needted to 
fartag the frdk^rise-to N«%&. 

Tliey P^*ed « wonderfi^ re- 
^woM lAd M a fNult NorfoUc 
now has w^t pnniaes to beoxne 
one of ttie sfti^at toanu in ttw 
CoiMiosital Leaffie. Dam stated 
Aat ta the {toc^b trf buildup the 
teHn from scraldi, over 200 i^y- 
m ftawe had tiyouu aad, many 
cJangimJa tfe coacntag ^Ip-have 
I4beei made. Because d\M» flie 
opo-i^um OMis b^ exceed the 
bod^ bv about 15% biA Duiui 
fedt ooiAkot that the pubHc sup- 
pQi^ wV oQiteue to gnHr at te 
t^ de^^dqps taito a good sc^d 
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Airtn«r^/e^ Itwmas G. Riek- 
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ibonun 
W. Erkkson of.2S89 Lynn Haven 
Drive, has been setected for train- 
ing and chity as a tran^rtati(»i 
^leciallst ^ Laddand AFB, Toe. 
11)6 ainnoL atto^ Qok HIj^ 
Schod. - , ... >^^ ■ --^'' -»;f ^ - 

' YeooSn S/c Robert W. White- 
hiffst, USCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Lafayette W. Whitehurst of 12M 
Great Neck Road; and Seaman Mi- 
chael R. Venture, USCG. son of 
Mkiiael a Venture of Highfwint 
AvtkMie, recently graduated fifom 
Port Security SchtxA at the U. S. 
Coast Guttti Reserve Ttaining Cen- 
ter, YorktowB, Va. 

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Marine Second Lieutenant Wil- 
Bam L. Baiba, aotrtf W. md Mrs. 
WOiam H. Basba of UOI Late- 
view Drive, has graduated £rom 
Naval Pre-Fli{^t School at tile 
Navri Air Station, Ponacola, Fla. 
and has proceeded to further in- 
struction to continuing the Naval 
Aviatkx) Pngtafn. 

PFC James W. Weattwrs m, 
whose parents live at 3728 Marilyn 
Lai», is btdning to gum^ at 
WseA, Germany to the aitoual 
Army Tt-aintog Tot of tiw ad Bat- 
taUon, lOtti AitiOa7. Hk taat wiU 

end Sept. 23. 

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Marine Lance Corpcgral Gary L. 

HopMia, aoo (rf Mr. and Mrs. Eari 

0. Hdpkins of SOU "G" Gafoey 

Lane has on^leted a Marine 

Corps Inatiti^ course on nwtor 

vdiide qieratton wMle serriag on 

the staff of the U. S. Naval Am> 

ph&ious Sd»ol, Norfdk. 
' • • • 

Navid Avtatkm Officer CamUdate 
Pant b. Wilkes Jr., son oi Mr. 
and Mrs. Paul D. Wintes of 14B6 
DemuMt Ave., has reported to the 
U. S. Naval Air Statimi, Poisacoto, 
Fla., to attend Pre-Fligit training 
undor the Naval Aviation Cadrt 

Pn^pwm ^ 

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Seaman Appnaittoe Jdm S. 
Keoi^, vm, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
R. J. Keough of S300 Count Turf 
Road, is attendtog the Fleet Sonar 
School a{t Key West, FU. 



KINGS GRANT ^ Tliis U elec- 
ti(m ye^ on the state levd. No 
group it,m(rire conactous of Uiis 
fact than the Norfolk-Virginia 
Bead) Lea|^ of Women Votors 
whose goal is "to pnxnote pditkal 
re^p^a&llity through ifllt»med and 
active partkiq;»tk)n of citiKns to 
the dty. the state bimI. the na- 
Uon." A{>athy is not jraHf«a^ 
cabulary, for ttiey beu^Tti <^ 
the y^ow duck on their voter reg- 
istration poster last year, the 
succtoct statanent "Don't l^wak. 
Vote." Their monthly bulletm is 
called "Tlie Voter/* 

A hankwwktog coitmAtee, the 
Know Your Sdwds Ettocation 
Committee of the Virginia Beadi 
brandi wiUi Mrs. Arthur, V. Tobn 
la the new chairmm. laMTweek 
met kx a lunchecMi of duckai- 
broccoQi, canerde siqireme and 
molded fruit salad at tl% hcn^ d 
Mrs. R^ard Van TUbtaf , ftfftna- 
diahman, and curr«itly the Nt|^ 
Unit (Siaimwi to Ktog's Grant. 

Newit)f4>er headltoes aoream 
"Godwto (D> Ainwers Critics m 
Education," "Ltowood HoHon." (R) 
Ui^es Iktet* Sdiool Funds Now." 
"Riddidk (tod) Asks for Ifore 
Vc^s Aomig Negroes fo- Ekh- 
cattoaal Purposes," "Dr. Jamea 
H. Newman (new LcHigwood Col- 
lege -prei^dent Shows Awraifa 
of StalftSchodl^eds." SW^m 
Was Am«ica cmtestaits edio a 
political note whra Miss Vk^jinia, 
MIk Jean Inge. stiUed Art al- 



tlwt# het plans foe a career art 
still inddimte, if adud to oiter 
poHtks "I dwuki mrt say no.t 

The cwimittee^ plans were def- 
inite, theb- chit-chat s^ioM, nd 
their children not ne^aeted (Mast- 
er Kim Hoarty and luchard Hawk- 
iia vf&e the S-year-dd hsKteoe 
gu|ats of Master Ifans TUbuii;). ^ 

lertog on tte Educatkn caB> 
mittM with Mrs. Toeer are Mni. 
Richard W. Bam», Mrs. John M. 
Ck)chran Jr., Mrs. W. TbomM 
Deason, Mrs. F. L. Bl^oia, Mrs. 
J. H. Fattr. Mn. Uo HBnty, 
Mrs. Lee Kdbttrg. BIrs. TraMto 
Rosen, Mrs. Jdia Rust, Mn. Marj 
E. Sales, Mn. Jaik Sawtter, and 
rs. J. N. Williams. Mrs. Sam^ 
Hakim was a lunchcm guest 

Jdtt Donna, ta)g ago^faet mA 
"A circle is eodkn. ' Has Lei^M 
cirde wdcomM manb«9 firom tSL 
Virginia Beach women. Mn. Johs 
Cole (Ann), 084467. is tte nwn- 
bership cbainnan; Mrs. W. T. Des- 
aon (Ph^) is dttirman of tin 
day uirit wbidt moNs every ^t 
Twssday to the mentii at 10 ajn. 
sA Eastern Swre Chi^ wUa 
Mrs. Van TUborg (Mimtt) 1^ 
coiiitt menb«s oad prospective 
meiipers t%,tNliii^ groqp OB the 
tMt f^Hiradqr'Qr Jbe foootti at 
sm Water^^ Lane, Jt5a0^nt^ 

jfou) one drefe of mmm ite 
CHFt about thehr govamitnt mm 
those elected to run it. 



POSTMEN mm PMfY 



VHW5INIA BEACH - Tba em- 
ployees and guert of tiie Vlx|^ 
Beach Post Office en^ed . a 
(finner-4ance Sati^da^ at the C3ttef 
fetty Officers cub, NAC, Oceana, 
last SaUirday eveoii^ 

Entoiatonmit w« fmiAei by 
Muss Susan R<q)er hM M a ¥wy 
iMerastk^ and amu^ aUt of tiw 
Vfa^ma Bettch Post OfOee wM 
Iwr dtin of vntriioqularii idied by 
her "assistiit." 

The prewiteit of Local No. ttlt, 
Nattonal Asaodatton of UMar 
Cairtna wm presorted a ddeiMrik 
suzf board to Mp the aafkr* 
ZIP the nudl to Its destina^en. 

bcliKted amoi^ tiie guoili w«k: 
J. T. CrossvvWte. Jr., postnuuter, 
Vu^a BewUi; Mt and Mrs. Wr 
Uam E. Pk3«e, director of re- 
s«U^ and tAitcatioxi, UF!^, AFL- 
CIO, Wsi^gbm, D.C.; 3t^ Hfc* 
adSJnd. r^mal vkei^refMeat,, 
UFPC; WilQwi Mi]lsteed.4#0cial 
assistant ftn* eh^<^e i^Mm, 
Washb^fton R^imal OfOce; Joe 
Parnm, state vke-pii^^Mest, 
U^fK; J. L. M91er, assistte^ si9i 
of anay^. Virgil^ Beach; lAr. and 



Mrs. R C, W6l, preskteit, laci 
No. 1518, UFPC, Vlrgfiii^ ftadi; 
ito. aad Mri. L. <^n^i|)(»n, pfttt- 
dent. Local No. im, NMLC. V^ 
gida Bi!«ch; V. Ilnney, p^e^iksA. 
IlMd m «!, lUUC, mtiA: itr. 
tfd Ifrs. & hanam, sf^., flknl' 
•k Comer Stitian, l^yftA; aMd 
Mrs. V. Foskett. supt. Ljnubtyeki 
Stati<m, Virginia Beacb, 

MoCIeDand and Millstead gave 
shwt taBo on the dtriSes of Siair 
(M^anizatiflo md of the boieflts 
tfiat cM be tangtA vAxm jbe oe- 
oaffon reqijres b^ laleti iMI)«rs. 

Price apolft oa the AAce at ^ 
United Federatton nf PoitA CMa 
at the natkjlnd level with ^ «U- 
f ate lAul beat iitferots of tbe |W- 
al empk^rees as one of ttidr n^to 
dU^. He d^ t^tsm m 4ie 
1^ cost d te ^lidlihila^ Ibik 
wu Us teq^red to be med. if and 
^tm (he ^ coda pra»e» iflMf. 

A report was Ofrm m tin bill 
thaat me now before Cfeopnaa and 
the eif^et tbqr may have oe the 
portal eIniNeyees. 

Die entertaiflmeflt comndllaa 
w« headed by WiBiam Keltic and 
publidty by Paul HcNrstmafl. 



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A few flf iiw tMchen wIm net wMk the jMrenti at Kliig's Groit P-TA meeOng heM MMitey sight 
at the Mhod are pkturad (left te r^>: Mn. Gttbni FHedmaa. fweaideat: Mn. Co|dev. tracher of 
G^ 1: Mn, Betty Page, teacho- of Grade 1; Mrs. James Strai«e. chainnaB of UlMl 
iMiled arc Mn. N. C. Mayo Jr. and Mp. R. C. FUttoa. 



Mm. PnWM ^art4^ilM«l r«p||| 

VIRGINIA SKACtMIN. 
FnHicas Miilc! AiwiA Fwtig» of 
915 Mlh StrM. dM'ift te- fioim 
SBftvday aftv a AoH tt^*. 

A nMive ol ^M#; At wm « 
daughter of John T. AiteQ w4 the 
late &frs. Asw^ and had l(v«d it) 
Virginia Boach to ttie pMt «b( 
years. Site was a tomM& ^ ttw 
Eurelca fiaptiat CAurdi ta iNMk. 

BoMh hecit&m, ^ it air- 
viv«d by mn ^^^t», U\m Jam 
Potlg of ^r^^ Beaqfa; one son, 
TMi B. Ftftig o{ Vbgiiiia B$ach: 
t^uTM nita-s, ttra, Vvnon WiUonp 
ol Portatnou^ l|n. Raytnond 
Whlt« of NorMt^aad Mn. Hertert 
^Inkley of li^lk: and otM 
Iroiher. Horlay A«well of Whld«)P- 
vaii. ^ ' 

Tha body wM remotad ta th- 
Ifaaittt FunanM Home. 

A hineral tavUx wa« condvclad 
Monday «r i h p Emi * H Baf>tfst 
Church by tba Rev* Jimmy l^trftn- 
port. Bivrial «ai^|L the chOtt^ 
c^netery. , .: \ ^ 




KINGS GRANT P-TA 

Kims GRANT - A capacity 
au^ice fflkd Uie redecorated 
ctfetorium of King's Grant Ele- 
meirtary Sdwd Mijidonday eve- 
^dation pnaoited tiK openiig 
y^-cwtipleted Windwr Woods 
pn^amd the 196SM year. 

I^-esidenl was Mrs. Gilbert R. 
Fr^cfaiun who introduced Mrs. 
Ann M. I^^y, {Mincipal of Ok 
sdiool. who in turn introduced her 
faculty including those sixth ai)d 
ievei& grade teadwn win pm- 
ently bold cla^^ sA the newly- 
opeasi KkigfAoa School now occu- 
pied also by Uie faculty of the m^- 
y^-completed Windsod Woods 
School. 

Menibers of the Associaticm's 
asmt Board of Offt:a:3 were {re- 
spited akmg witf] descriptive remi- 
mes of die vmekiai committees' 
■ethrities. ^)ecial Uianks and 
iraise were accorded Mrs. James 
Strange and her coiftidttee lot 
Che outstandii^ Job done durmg 
the aimnl M8ed4w(A Mk. 

R effiafan iBtt folkwed the pro- 
ffam at wbleh tbm an infcurmed 
rteepHet aflowed parents and 
imc^Kn to become acquainted. 

AamsK^ient of detidli for iie 
wbmA carnival «D O^iern «a 
be nade t^ Mttililitiaa of itBth- 
er action ^ the W|ys and lieaQB 
Osmadttaa. < 



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'PICNIC -A GOOD 
EVENING OUT 



A REVIEW 

Wedgewood Dinner-ltieatre at 
Toano, Virginia, has ovne up with 
nother ^eriing production. Ptcnic, 
alre^y a clas^, is basically a 
love ^)ry, and a powerful and 
touching one. The action covers 
just a little mn-e than twenty^our 
hours, but deeply toudiM the lives 
of eve|7 character. It begins on 
a htA Labor Day that begins full 
af orderly pnnnise, and ends the 
moA day, with a combinatiw of 
fidfilbn«}ts and onptjness.. 

It is iwt a dated i^y. It onild 
take place anywhere in any given 
year. It is a ^Kfy of human be- 
havior and emotions. Its central 
theme is mtOt similar to >^iam 
Inge's two tiHter stage hits, Bus 
8t«f and Come Back Utfle Sieba. 
The thane, simply stat^i, is sac- 
rifice and the nnraning of k)ve . . . 
kwe vVkaA fear, shame or hu- 
tnititrtinn 



flail, te •( goad diaeri fSbf, 



— afaftt.9:2>; 

Whim w hxn feeliniw of 
^fsM m ftliooM recogniie our 
9mI nl^dcea and hnmbly beg 
f(ffi€«d'a for^v«nea8. We can 
rm aaanred tiiat God. in Hit 
infinite mitrcj, ia alwa^a 
IMdy tej^nt forgiveness to 
ftioiitnk 



On La£dr D«y, el^itera-yearoM 
If^f^ Owens, is a ha[vy> l>^u- 
tifcl young girl en the brink of 
wMovdiood. Sht is secure in h«- 
pieMitBt rriittioiiship «i& ttie son 
of the towns leikHng citiwn. 9ie 
is, howew, secretly eivious of 
her younger sisto-, who is perhaps 
man int^ent, but a tomboy. Tlie 
faster, MiQte, McreUy envies 
Madge because as she says, 
"Ma^ is the pretty (me." llwir 
n»ther^ is an ovaprotective per- 
son in 'a somewhat pattietic way, 
mostly because she has been tfe- 
nled the b^fa- things in life by an 
vaAappy marria^. Sxe sedcs to 
luep h& gh-ls from making ttie 
%0m mistakes. 

loto this {Hf^ure come the 
swaggering, bragging ex-footbaU 
hero, Hal Car^. a vagrfxMid, des- 
tined to change the lives of all 
he Qfieeta in tl% small town. Hie 
^bmy Ptaric becomes the love 
rtory of Madge and Hal. ta Uie 
&»A, howwer, we cannot help but 
feel that Hal's disturbing influe:ice 
makes everyone just a little Ij^ter 
for having known him. It is a 
sad and poignant story in pert, 
btA Inge has captored true life. 

A sub plot, which provides both 
comic relief and another 1<^€ story 
ctmcems a roomer at the Owen's 
bousshold, "old maid" schoolteach- 
er, Rosemary Sydney. Miss Sydney 
is no longo- young, and 1^ ro- 
mance is oiw rf desperate urgemiy. 
She is a rwnarksfcle charactar. 
She pr^oick to be happy in her 
lonely e»stem:e, but h«r uohappi- 



ness comes to the suri^e when 
, she realizes bar youth is k)st for- 
' ever. As does Madge, Rosemary 
' finds love throu^ sacrifice. 

The Wedgewood production is a 
good one. The sure directing hand 
of Paul Iddings can be seen 
throu^ut. Sandra Mcdung. as 
Madge, catches the true spirit of 
youth, and gives a most believt^le 
performance d a young girl near^ 
ing maturity. Hal, as played by 
iy Stef^ns. is Awst convincing 
when his triM sensitive nature 
shows through thui when he is 
the youthful braggart, however, 
Ty carries the role well. Pam 
Breeden. as the tomboy. MUtte, 
does her b^ job at die eod n^ien, 
in (me momeot, she bacomra trana- 
forni«i fnan a cMld to a you.):; 
lady. Tim Jones does an e»^eite:^ 
job as Alan Seymour^ Ma<^'s col- 
lege boyfrieod. His rola demands a 
consilient pertorm^Ke, nd Tfan 
handle it well. La-oy Udtv^tad, 
as the befixbiled HowaM BMNpia. 
runs the gamut well fnvn iie lad^ 
erous middle aged atoreke^wr to 
tiie trapped suitor of Roaonary. 
Candee Sik<». as the motlier. ad^ 
much to the production and eady 
gaina) audience sympattiy. 



laurels for the evoili^, howevw, 
go to two veteran Wei^ood pet- 
formers, Claudi»e Iddinis and Ai^ 
den Staroba. daudine. as the love- 
able and pathetic Mr& Potts, is 
downri^t g^reat. Miss Potts, next 
(kxH- neighbor to the Owou famify 
is the staying influence of the en- 
fire [riay, and Claudine has 
captured W mood and emotipn. 
Ardoi Staroba does not porta-ay 
Rosemary. .St» to Rosemary. She 
is. a ^U^ to watch. She is not 
a aMue stealer. It p4 luppens 
that way wh«i die is on stE^e. 
Her (jiaracterization in Picnic wUl 
kHig be ranembered by Wedgwood 
audiences. ^ 

The overall pace (A the opoiing 
night performance, especially dur- 
ing the first act, was slightly slow, 
but improved as the acti(Mi pn- 
gresaed. Ptcnic is a good pday, 
and is wdl done by Wedgewood. 
It will continue to play for five 
weeks. 

Incidentally, Wedgewood will be- 
gin Its first fuU length winter 
sea8(Hi when Pfcnto ckises. An 
positing season is planned, and It 
begins widi the hilartous comedy 
Uniw the Yam Ymn Tree. We 
wish Wedgewood well in its wii^ 
prochictkMi.— H.J.L. 



LEONARD SHIPI^Y HTrBWQIW 

VIRGINIA B E A C H - Uanwd 
ttlpl^ Hiteihfsw, buOdiag taft- 
traeter and dav^^ar of UtartlMi 
Heighto in 0(»nb, d^emm^ 
Saturday at 5:4), pJiw Mr Ykkha, 

n(»ida. 

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A native of mdaik, he wai^^a 
lifetime reside af Vli^nia Bt»cb 
until three months ago when ha 
moved to Florida. He was tt» 
hudbuid of Mrs. Tkm DeFraea 
Hiteshew, the adoptad ton of flie 
late Wcbiter and , Mn. Helen 
Shipley Hil«bew add the sMi of 
Mrs. Eva M!mgan.aia was a itMin* 
her of tM Sc(^, Memorial Matli- 
odist diurdi, the Vliftala.Bepite 
todge No. ZH. Af % AM, At^ntie 
Lodge No. S, AP & AM, John W|i)tr 
en Royal Arch Chapter NO. M. 
Norfolk. Grice Coittnawleit m. 
IK. vk^ fmt(k$F, aad the 
Kbqdivi| INm "Mlple. 

BliidlM Ms Bwther and wU^, ha 
is mmnd tar M *»», Warre^ 
%MmMtMiits!m Baach and 
Lilu^mi^iterof Y4aha; one 
daughter. I^~7t«d laaon, aMa 
of Vir|^ Beacfi; two brothi^ 
Ormap E. Butooo pf HduaUw. 
Texai and Nela^ B. WUUam? Of 
NorfoOc: atvl one siatcf |lrt. 0^ 
aid Renoitf^tif Denver. CtfMir 

Hw bo^y >i(«9 J4>noWB# ta 

MilfwiJM I^nor^ UiaM, 

Afweral aw-vkie iwit ooMlfhwtiMi 
TuMday at the Sditt Meavirlal 
Methodist aur^lt; 1lM« Rfv. E 
Wark anTy,,pcM^. Buria^waa \ia 
Rosewood Memorifil Parh. Maaonk 
rites w^e condpcted at ^ r f^ 



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Kttwarta aS«!S*^^^i, 
IJjead^ Ka# aswto <^ 

warts away wW««rti. cuts™ ^ 
burning. Fainieaa* coIorleM 
Compouiad W, uiiod ae daerted, 
runovea common warta aafcljr. 
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Air Crewmen Wing Presentation 





Officer ef fleet 
la 
(L^l) Hiiiirt, Fh AOCi 



Ceoqwalie Svwdwi POCm^plM Navy 
atNASOeetfM. 
& G. AIMS; rsaiiiiiB, 1.. W. 



i used to 
d^forna 
reason at all" 

Ql^ Of lh%f Iff^ 
''ch«fiii«49f-IH*'' 
danger sliiniiils 

No wonder a w()man feels Hkf 
crying! The suffoeating surge 
of hot flashes one minute; cold, 
clammy perspiration the next 
can make a woman' wondfsr 
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nerves on edge, fills her w^k 
fear! 

Provan h«lp! Wo#M aftM 

woman in doetort' >«^ got 

r«marfcibl« rf Hff IMM NpI 

llashM, tmni^M ttnt)<)i^l 

Some women worry thmiielvea 
sick; some wom«i 4o aome- 
tiiing about awfB«8»e ehan#> 
oMife symptiMiu. Thousat^Ai 
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VIRGINIA BEACH 



Wlvdhi ii a haWt acquired earfy in a Navy eeOj^'n Wt and Wring 
out fli ft aoNoMe it amtiw ridH thi* Iweanei aa |irt ... and th* pat- 
ten (me* e^^^idied beoanes lo mutA of th^ b^ that, mm i^«i 
retfred, it must bt indu]^ in. 

Capt <USN-Ret ) adi lbs. J. Rob«t Moore of Kings Grmt have 
recra% rebira^ fnm a Iot%-dreaiw(k>f ^wrn^. Titey UA home in 
My^mA 7 medis. S Mrtei, and •,fl» nJtei I^r th^ retainied. 
Iam»d ud rdntd, md alre^ inaki^ irims for mttar . . . ^ 

Capt Bob ami Carol t«A their time. It was purely a fin ^ witii 
nme of ttie "bary to ^ tto«" pan that used to duu-Mtertw daage 
d4^ MttoM imde- orderi. \iniile a ro^ vm ^[^died oul and 
vWfai wJMchiled, their tour was flexible, an^ ai C^rcl put it, "Every 
ttato «• iM* a natiMial monuniMt. shrine or |Mrk listed, 'vumem'— 
ffi. we'd toim to go see it!" 

Their firM i|op was at Wa^ington, D. C. where ytc^ M ti^r little 
dachshund "Snit^" ami big tomcat "Pbddytat" witti their married 
dau^ttf Cindy to be (sn^Mny for her two Sian^ cats while Am 
"dog and cat sat.*' Thra m to Pamsyivania and to Ctevdand (Bob's 
h(Hne), after Chic^ and with Wisconsin and Minnesota aooo bdilnd 
tl«n they came to the Badlands in Smith Dakota ... and the titmet 
'mountain gal' Cared (bom in Denver) was ecstatic as more ntajei^c 
mountain rttifM came into v«w. 

About can^;>kig out under the stars in Grand T^ons Naticmal Parte, 
"die dean ^ air cleared up my siiwm,* ibe siiffed imot mem 




iuffe-ing with the Tidewater humidity) "and Ive^rit nwryekms. We 
slept soundly and w<*e up raring to' go all the time." Tiiey even 
^ink tiiey mi^ have Seen an unktentified flying (riiject-acxnethbig 
'Wednd atestm tbe ^ bri^tor tiian any s^ootii^ star and with » 
fade-oA, and at arwuid 1 a.m. wii«» it could notpossfcfy catch re- 
fccti«a from tiie sun! — « 

Tlie number d people travdtag and camping out wm fanftartic. 



The numtter qf people iraveuag ana caniiMng «.* w- .«««m^. ^^^ .«|;__^ .nd Biol Gm- 
.4h^ i^i Md il^seemed like everyone was wi the move ... and all T.^^th, mmSkrn ^ fl ^i 



m^ iiJtof T '***^'*** ^^^'^ Useeoi^-^iaes from ^3aC 
<rf Virgi^lH|^n>d fo^ only <ne fnnn Virginia Beads A 



Yellowstoie FwWatl Park, j 

Montana and 1M» were fitted with spectacular sceiwry, and tiie 
Craters of the Mowi vef« interesting, though strwige. 

Visiting friends provided' many exciting adveiOures. They were 
guests on a 42' boat ind traveled 10 miles up the Columbia river to 
catch salmon. And their own fish were snwked and canned tiw-e 
and brought back hoBie. '^ .*' 

Tlwy' M^y recommend a visit to the Redwoods . . . Oiey Me so 
hoge and wm insiMring you fed quite insignificant and overwhelmed 
bv timr beauty and size." 

While moat o| Ae trip wai discovarin? beauty and historic^ K)ots 
tt»rouBh«it the U. S.. tf^ev were ^-H^ckM ^^ t»« Hev«Htatl«i still 
iinnar«"t that was Wt bv ♦»»»• horrW- fVvHi »hrouoH Crescent Otv 
l>i«t ^"rine. "It i« unbelievab'e." s»H rsrol "Wonv n1»cn* were ^ 
niptpiv de«!troved and cpn pev*>r b«» r*^'"*. '^'^ nry. *«»t now re- 
hi'ldinf the road, and this «"•« n"* «^ t^* *1f»w«^ v^^tm of our 
trin^w-p mwHe onlv wb^it V« mn<*s t»»»* ^^f ^'hil- the mad w««i 
b-'n? W»!<M and baih in fm«t of us." Most of the Ume, thev went 
ab«"tt. 300 m^M beftwe stnmrf"*. * , ^ _j . ^ . 

W^'An thev cfot to S»»»t«» f^*""». r-nHfnmH. thov ioin«d w»h «iwi 
ind IwrprU Owner of VinHniji Bee^h i-bo h»d fWwn «"♦ wHh tMr 
Pve chi'drw to a familv r*>"n''>n <^ Vnri"'*! f«»mnv. "Tliere is noth- 
in«» Quite like m Italian fami'v rwmion" 1au«died th«» wm-It«lian 
Uniif^ "3«d did ^'e ev<«r e»t!" PikI "M Marie are tHeh* n«rtnere 
In Thiindeitird's faitdlv foin-some bowline lenft^"* S"ndi»v nidits 

Aftor that "Was*." thev 1riimeve«1 d^wn th- Coa»t vi«rttln? <rfh«T 
friends inc1i>dine Card's h^^he' G. B. Atw«ter. who is an actor 
w*"! quite frecniaitly m the well-k"own TV shows. 

Of course, they didn't rt*m Las Ve«»«s wh«^ thev nl8v»id the ^ 
machines . . . and laet what they had saved for lust tha| pwpoae 
In a very shwt time! 

In Aitwna, thev went to the Gr,and Canvort whl«^is alwavi « v«v 
soecial place tot them as that is where Bob and fcard soirt tiieir 
honeymoon. Four davs were soeiA with friends in the wilife md wil- 
dem^s of Cdwado in a mountain crf)in tfiev had built Aenudves. 
A mountaia stream rudi^ bv ttif front, and a coU soring buMbfos 
1^) iMre drinktag water in tiie back. B<* enioved the trout filing, 
catching 9 raii^ trout which they cooked. "Such eating, you can't 
imagine." Leas Buin an hour from broot to pttf . . 

Hie Air Force AclKlany at Cotoi'ado SOrii^si was toured . . . tfid 
Uien they started bade throui^ Nd}raska, Iowa, l^soiui, Blinois, 
Indiana, and to Ondnnati apin to see a doubl^eader whidi tiie 
Reds lost despite a lot of rooting fnmi the Moorai 

Tlie pds wa-e retrieved in Washington and som thev were back 
btmie safe and souni, but not tired.; Such a bip was so stimulating, 
th^ hope tq go again soon— and Hist mavbe, ssn Carol, it nd^t be 
for good ... if we can fin) a place that has mouirtatas for me and 
wata^ for Bob, wdl, w^ knowf , . , 



VmQiniA Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1965 



SiCTtONi 



STUDIO TOUR 
SATURDAY 



VIRGINIA BEACH- Li^al a^ 
tots are teOfMri^ig with tlM Vb*- 
ftaia Beack-I^rin6e» Ajoe Jiaior 
Woman's ChA's Fine hx^M dqpart- 
medt and will have ttidr staUos 
op^ to the puidic on Saturday 
from S p.m. to 6 pjn. . * 

Tbe T«v (A ^udkH wd incl>i<k 
thcii^ot Waater T>tfift. JH 8^ 
blreet; &» Price. 107 «th Street: 
to the .hfferaon. WlkA mvA\ 
and die Stu(to GaileriM of O^MTge 
and aofth Uwdra at NorAttt Md 
Cypreta Mt/^mA 

A donirtkift of $1 will cov«i; the 
entire tour, and the t^qr niay be- 
gii| lA any o(f the studios. It u ap 
ifliimial q;fwrtunity for the §»• 
end pubfo to see first iwnd wivere 
the artlat w^rks. how he worics, 
md Uw m^oialt used ^n artistic 
expu'Wions ^ 

Many ^ tiidr vmtk worics win iw 
m display as well as ecAectioDs of 
c^ier waUJmown art pieces. 

Mrs. .Toha W. Shaw is chairman 
of the Fine Arts department of the 
Virginia BMch-Princess Anne Jim- 
ior Woman's Chib and i^er co- 
chairman is Mrs. ndUp J. Ter- 




Light Stnictuire Ta 
Replace 'Old' Ship; 



vew. 



Nice Hold 



Conventio 



VIRGINIA BEACK-^llie Vtrgtai- 
ia Association ti Qii^ d PoUep 
heM a two day amual oxivoition 
last 'Hmrsday and FVi4ay bi Vi^ 
^ola BMd:. ,; ^ 

Tb kidc tld^^df'^ 'fhuridky 
nvMning, Sgt. C. E. OUve of the 
Depulmeirt ol State Pdke ga^ 




bicyed 

sesskNis tIP'yiiiillij ^Ddinquen- 
(gr and the Yi^"% Judge Ed- 
wla A. fbmcy d the Norfdk ^' 
veeite and Doineslle Rdatioos 
Coiat; "Current Prd>^ntf <tf Po- 
lice Admlnistrati<Hi" by MaJ( mi- 
liam L. Durrer. Fairf::x County 
Chid ol ¥*dice; and "Su|H«me 
Court bterprdations of Interest 
to the Pdice" by Glen R. Mur- 
phy of the Intematknal Asioda- 
ttra (A CM^ of Police in Wash- 
tagtoo. 

ITriday tiie pdke chids dis- 
oissed prGl>]«ns of law enfor<»- 
m^, the future of law enforce* 
ment, new ^elopments in hi^ 
"tmy safety, and a pn^sed cen- 
tral oiminal records bureau. 

Ilie medli^ and etectkm d 
new (MvcvK wt^ {n>esided over 
by Maj. Russdl A. Hawes. Akx- 
aiKlria d^ef (tf Pdice. 





(Ceasi Gaart Fhete) 



The New And The Old 



is today. 




BOSS MABGUEitflf! W. HOWELL 

Farmer Reach 
6irl Wins 
InS/c. 



CHARLESTON. S.C.--Miss'Mar- 
gu«ite Wilam Howell, daughter d 
OWO^aad Mrs. AH^rt^. Howdl d 
C^ui£aton, formerly d Virginia 
Beadi, has been selectai "Ifiss n 
d Soott Carolina." 

Ifiss Howefl was a stodott of 
Cox Ifl^ Sdiod before the f^n- 
fly's r^^eat xeme to Cbarkstcm. 
is cotnpdiag Ik the t^ of 
"10^ 1$ d Amo^a" vrfii^ k a 
n^imal coldest for ynsigtgiite md 
\i^iidi is sponsored by 1ft Magazine. 
The wimier wffl recdve the maga- 
ziiw's wmal sdidarsfa^ afw»d. 

mctuFM ef Uw rontestmrhi lip- 
pou- ia die Odidbor m^ d U 



%_ By JACK MOORS 

day m e mbe r s af the press.a staff 
writer bnm "Mottniwating" maga- 
dne, a Sti^ meti^ter from the 
Marines Museum and two mem- 
bers d the Aids to Naviption staff 
left Little Creek Coast Guard Sta- 
tion fw tlw last tour d tile f aniocffi 
Cheaapeake light Ship. 

We, with camera in hand clandv 
ered abcord a 30 foot cutter for 
the dwrt brip to the Coast Guard 
Cutter dmdEee, whx^ wfn wait- 
ing off>«bore. 

We were wdc(«ied simuti Uie 
Cherdcae Itice k»g4(Mt brothais 
and werj^ given the run d the ship. 

Al tiie |»«8s deposited thdr 
gear in the offica*s ward-rown and 
[voceeded on a tour d the vessel. 

The Uip to the oU li^Aip took 
almost two houn, but in the pleas- 
ant atoAosi^iere aboard the CSiero- 
kee, the time passed quickly. 

When we arrlvied on ibe scene, 
•nany miks df dwre, the Ctmty- 
kee pulled akmg-side and we wore 
transfored to tbe floating li^t 
olatfonn l^ bos'n's chair. It was 
nothing less than a f ri^itoiing ride 
over ^ water on ratha* smaH 
sized n^. 

Hie members d the press party 
towed the li^ ship for nearly an 
bmir bdore retairning to the Chero- 
kee. We were the last trip to the 
old light, and m we pulled away, 
Ibore were a few misty eyes in 
the shlp'^ company. 

It was trulv the end d a gallant 



era, bi| pi^^-ess makes its toll 
aa it moves al<mg. 

Sa(k^tted by it all Just a UtUe, 
we all went bade to the (dicer's 
wardroom for a buffet luncheon, 
and the Q)ast Guard does feed its 
men well 

Whik we were bdow eating, the 
Oierokee was imderway for the 
new Chesapeake Light Station, five 
mils from where the li^it ship is 
stationed. 

llus strudure is a wonder to be- 
\iM. It stffiids oirt over the ocean 
iifro a diamcmd on a ^%ai fdt 
table. 

The new light statioi, to be com- 
missimied Saturday, cost an ^ti- 
mated |2 milUon to construct, and 
affords its dx-man crew all the 
cMnforts d home. 

We woitto the station fnm the 
cutter by k>og-boat and toured tiie 
instaMicm for almost an hour, be- 
fore returning to the Cherokee. 

The entire trip, frcwn when we 
Idt Uttie Creek ui^ we returned 
took nine hours. 

The pec^le of the Chesapellce 
Bay area surdy can be {»*oud of 
the magnificent feat of oigineer- 
ing off our coast, but we must nd 
forget the wonderful job the old 
Oiesaoeake li?ht shio and the men 
that served abpard her have done 
ks the past 35 years. 

Sattn^y the old shin will be 
Xskm to her new and probably her 
final duty station df the coa^ of 
Ddaware, therebv bringing a ro- 
mantic era of Chesapeake Bay to 
• dose. 




CONSTITUTIOM 
WEEK ENDS 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Today d- 
fidaUy brinp to a ckiM Constitu- 
tion Week in Virginia Beach. 

The week was kicked off last 
week with the signing of a procla- 
matkm by Mayor Frank A. 
Dusch. 

CoMtitution Wedc, whidi honors 
the Constituticm, the advantages of 
American dtizendiip, and empha- 
sizing the purposes of good ^v- 
emment, wm brought about in 
Virginia Beadi by the Princess 
Anne Chapter of the Daughters d 
the American Revolution. 

Members d the D.A.R. isnd.aD 
patri<^c Am^icans talK a wedi 
out of each year to ihow their 
Uvudcs for living in such a free 
country as America, smd i-enwn- 
bf!!^ oiff forgathers who fM#t 
aru^edjm* this freedcnn and to 
nru^e Aimrica the world leader it 



CHESAPEAKE BAY - The new 
dmapnlte Off-Sh(n% U^t Struc- 
ttn^ will d^idly replace Owsa- 
pMdK Lightddp'on Septonber 2S, 
1905. 

A familiar navigatwnal mark to 
Bay trdfic since 1|90, the (nes- 
ent li^tdiip will ^ittiiwe Its ws 
tive service as Ddaware Light- 
ship in the Tliird Coa^ Guard Dis- 
trict Hie vessel was built 'und@- 
the administration d the United 
States lightlKHJse So^ice, which 
became a part d tfw Coast Guard 
in 'li». ^'T ariowrs still bear 
the impres'ton USilS. 

The^SS toot rfiip carries a crew 
d IS men as compared with only 



er. Reasons of ec(»x}my and ita- 
bilily have dictated the replace- 
n^nt, iNit improved habitability 
is a factor whkh cannot be '^- 
nored. 

The new tower is located 14^ 
miles 'east of Cape Henry in 38 
feet of water. Its M" diametra" 
^ed pflings were drivNi almoM 
200 fet into the ocean floor to sup- 
port the structure. To provide aA- 
ditkxial strength the pilings were 
filled with concrde. The steel 
used in construction of the pilings 
is extremely rugged and has a 
corrosion res'stance which is sev- 
eral times, that d ordinaiy cooif^ 
moxld sted. ^ " ' . * 

Overall length of the strudure 
fr(Hn the bottom of the oiUngs is 
in excess of '400 feet. The main 
light, which is a highly advanced 
engineering prototype, utilizing a 
g!a% tube filled with xenon sas, 
can be seen ' at a distance of 18 
miles. It is rated at 8000.000 can- 
dle powo* for hi^ intensity «opa'- 
ation, with (awUoM for reduced 
operation' at 800,^0 c.p. 

H^ use <tf xmtm flash arrays 
in a li^tiiouse bawcm is expected 
to have many advantages. Tf» 



actual dedrfed poNW necsw i iy 
t3 prwli^ the itedrarf Mnfle pow> 
er is cwsickraUy toss ttei that 
retired tor a eonvettioaal Hgg. 
Furthemwre. tfie 1^ <• JUiijl 
by dmple rdlectlm nri^. rnf- 
er'than the opoiive and fraglls 
prismatic knses «^d^ ««» 
require for this tufc. 

Anothff plus Ji the fad that 
characteristic^ Signal of 'the 
can be established tei^igh dai^ 
traiBistar ^ircuiU. 7|db dimiaalils 
the necesdty of Uie maarive iVp- 
ttonid equipment fcnroerly used la 
produce a fla«h^ d^al. 

The structure also has oUur u|k 
Igatwnal applJcatioB s. I t houw a^ 



12 



Tbr-reqatratf^man the new tow- Bg^signal with a tai mfle 



and a Radiobeaeorf'^^iikli is us6> 
able to a range of^ hnil^ As a 
distinctive day nrMfk, )t cm bt 
sem at a distaiu;e d fi^ nMaa* 
Tanks located baieath the titk 
conditioned housing area will cs% 
tain a four month su{^ly d fuk 
and water. Hie wato* sufqtfy wj^ 
be reptenidied tgr 'rdnwa^ 
catchm^ 

Per^mnel win Uve 'm |^l^ 
rooms and will have 'a renunrll 
ably spacimis rMreati<«al 9S0 
at their disf^sal. The prinuaqp 
method d b*ansp(n1ing p^rsoMII 
to and from the structure will be 
by helicopter. A 70 foot scpSH^ 
iKlicoplar platform is located dk 
the rpd d the livii^ 'quarters. ' 

Chesapeake li^ towor is ttia 
second of three schedided t^ tli 
Fifth Coast Guanl Didrid. fht§' 
ing Pan Shoals U^t ia Ptorth Cai^ 
oHna was established in Noven^g 
d last year «d (to AM, MP 
moi^ Shoals, wffl be aa^mcM 
in 1988. 

The friendlj^ red l^tdiips aM 
soon be ndhing m<a-e than a est' 
orful pa^ in the Ustory d dtfa 
m year dd service. 



S 



Hero Receives 
Medal 

OCEANA— Lieutenant Oanmand- 
er Glen W. Lema d Fighter 
Squadron 33 recdved the Navy 
Crnnmendatton Medal last wedc for 
rescuing a R»n fnxn a trudc sd)- 
merged in a cand in Ftorida on 
Dec. 12. 1964. 

The medal was pi<esented to Len- 
ox by Capt. John C. Lawrence, JWt- 
ing for Secretary of tlw Navy, Pad 
Nitze. 

Lenox was driving m hi^iwiqr 
29 v^hen he saw a pickup trudc 
sea acrss the road and plunge 
into a canal. Stopping his own car, 
Lenox leaped into the water, Md»ere 
snakes are known to be prevalent, 
and rescued the driver Uumigh an 
open window in the sd»nerged 
truck. 

The cwnmaidation from the Sec- 
retary of the Navy said, "Throui^ 
his prompt and courageous action 
in saving a life at tiie possible ride 
d his own, Lieutenant Conunander 
Lenox upheld the hi^iest traditions 
d the United States Naval Serv- 
ice." 

Servii« as Operations Officer d 
Oceana4)as«i Fi^iter Squadnu 33, 
Lenox was at Key West. Florida, 
for transitional training to the F-4 
Phantom H aircraft. At the tUne 
d the rescue, he was df Aitv (m 
Christmas leave. 

Laiox resides at 568 Karaj Drive 
in Virginia Beadi with hi.s family 
vrtien not d^loyed aboar<f11ie USS 
AMERICA with Fighter Squadron 
33. 




Eadi aedlBD of the living qnarters d tlw new daUk was 
op and |Mt Into place. (Coast Gwrt Fliaif»' 



VIRGIMA REACH ROY FfllDS ^ 
SUCCESS IN U. S. NAVY 

TIDEWATER — In wir area of pleased to have him on the' teapi 



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(Stitf Phela ^ Msore) 



WELCOME 
RANQUET 

-OEJN— WELCOME BANQUET- 
VHlOnWA BEACH-The Virgin- 
ia Beadi Junior Chaoidxar of Com- 
merce has sent out invitations ard 
will weUxMne the new teachers of 
Virginia Beadi borough p'd^lic 
schools at the 12th Annual Banquet 
to be held at the Black Angus res- 
taurant Ml Tuesday evening at 7:30 
p.m. 

Frank W. Crac, supaintandent d 
schools d the Vii^a Beach sys- 
tem, win introduce the guest 
speaka". Dr. Erpest Wood, presi- 
dent d Frederick College. 

C3udrman d Jaycee <^^»me 
Bancpiet is J. Gad^. 



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Tidewater, Virginia many youn«! 
nKn are highly concerned pbou* 
tlieir fuUuv in r^ard to bein? 
drafted into Uw military. 

Ab(Wt a year ago Ensign Moade 
Fowlkcs was in the same status. 
He was a sedor at Old D.miini(Mi 
College and decided th" iio would 
k)ok into the many dficer pro- 
grams available in^^tiw militai'y 
service. 

After a shnrt vidt to the Naval 
Air Reserve Training Unit located 
on the Naval Air Station, Norfolk, 
Iw took the test for a Nave* Avia- 
tion Ol^cer Candidate. 

Now a year later— meade re- 
turned to Norfolk as a newly com- 
mlssimed Enagu u: ihe U. S Navy 
wdkraiiMd to serve his country 
as a naval dficer. Aftsr a month's 
training at NAS Oceana Survival 
School 1» will be tranderred to the 
Naval Air Station, Key West, Ftor- 
ida, where he will join a squadron 
flying ttie famfd F4 Phantom Jets. 
Meade is a Radar Intercut Offi- 
cer spedalist who togetl^r wiUi a 
pQd buddy will form a team to 
make tiie Hiantom a complete 
fig^itfflg madune. 

MeMie is a perfect examole d 
.<t young man who todi advada^v. 
of &e many flne oppo'tunities 
?ivaSiMe in tiie Navy, ik met the 
chaUeo^ to nudce (he mod d Us 
tal«it uui diilify. T1» Navy j". 
very "gxooA d tins yoisag man «^ 



Meade, a graduate d the ctesaal 
1960 at Princes Anne Ifigh Ss^hoi^ 
will be a visitor <»i the ODC caai'.. 
pus for the n^ week wtere ha, 
«dll r«iew many dd frioaKU^' 
On Septemb^ 29-30. 1965 be wlfs 
acc<»npany ttie It^imj Aviatidi 
Informatim T»m oi thdr i^idil 
visit to the campiB. Qualified 
yoiaig men who are inter^ed^ia. 
becoming a naval <^cer c»>'Ofe|t 
tain comptete detaOs on How n 
take advanta^ (tf the opportunitlj^ 
offered by tte Reserve dficer pMN 
grans. Don't wait for the *aW»- 
check with Meade Fowlkfes while 
he is OB donpus. 

Ei»ign Fow^es is living at \«am 
with his parents at 2309 Indian HiS 
Road. Viiiinia Beach, Virgiha, 
whik he is in tiie area. 



Helton Speaks 



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for A. Linwood Ifoltm wie blU 
Wecbesday at 10:30 3.m. at ttw 
home d Mrs. Margwd Power*) 
2817 nne Rki^ Lane. Omm- 
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BEECH GROVE 
METHODIST CHURtH 

Princess Anne 
Rojr R. Jackson, Pastbr 

lQ,:0Ojk.ni. — Church School 
11 :lo«.nl.— Morning Wors^p 

FRANCIS ASBURY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
L*Ror Davta, MiBisUr 

8 :45 m.in. — Church School 
1 1 :00 ».m. — Mominir Worship 

SCdTT MEMORIAL 
JHETHODiai CHURCH. - 



409 First Colonial Road 
Rav. H. Wark Curry, Paator 

8 :30 a-nn. — Morning Worship 
9;45a.m.— Church School 
1 1 -.O^ «.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.i»*— Youth FeUoiTBhip 



LONDON ftRIDGE 

* UJ»H01STS»NG, Inc. 

: • DRAPES • SLIPCOVERS 

* 9 CARPETS • UPHOLSTkRIN 
^ DECORATING SERVICES 

* S369 Virginia B«a«h Blvd. 

* PhoM 340-^07 

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HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4713 Haygood ^Md 
Rdiert F. Bryan. PaMer 

0;46a.r,i, — Church School 
1 1 :00 r fli. — Morning Worship 



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Rant and Laa«a Cars 

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HAYGOOD METHODIST 
CHURCH 

8149 Bayshore Road 
8:3aa.m., 9:45 a.m. and 11:00 

a.ni. — Worship Services 
9:45 am.— Church School for 
all age groups 
ll:00 8.m. — Second session of 
Church School for children 
up thr9ugh 7th grade and 
Mults. 
7 :00 p.m.— Methodist Youth 
Fellowship foi >oung people 
7th, 8th and 9th grades in 
junior High Group and lOth 
grade up for Senior Group. 
Friends welcomed. 



MA^TAS FUNERAL HOMl 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
PHONE 42841S1 , 



liNDiflEr 

Tkto takes nerve! IiiMsiiM 
dropping into space with notfain; 
but a '^gilk umbrella" between von. 
and etwnlty! Yet men do it evetr 
dar> and tiiey tnnt ^at ui]ilir|& 
aa we would trust our b^t fri^d. 

^ YVtUpiwaseniing like tiHil wliitr 
fUwWi, as tlu>U8ands upon tiioo- 
ixwjbi of Cbrisii«» <»n tat^tf- 
iMl f^Mi you and supports 
fM, w> matter l^w roug^ ttie going 
aiajr ba. Without faith in a loving 
Oo4 taxa is yeiy much alone . . , and 
nan was never meant to deal 'nitti 
Ufe's problems by hima^, 

Ute tha first parachute jiffiiip^ 
fidtb Un't ea^ at the beginning. It 
takM courage to hand over the reins 
oi one's life, but you can )» sure of 
&M tiling . . . you'll alwajni land on 
9n}«rf«t Str^igthen your faith by 
attending the chui^ of your cho)<». 



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KNOTTS ISLAND 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Knotts Island, N.C. 
Rob«rt C. Black, Minister 

10:00 a. A.— Sunday School 
1 1 .1)0 |k.m. — Worship Service 

BAYLAKE METHODIST 

CHURCH I 

Shore "^Dr. at Treasure Island! 

Driye in Bayside 
RaytBoadl E. Masaar, MinUtar 
fj%0 ft U ;00 a.m.~Wor8hip 
* S#rink» 
f! 10 t.|iu— Sunday Schoo^ 

CHARITY METHODIsf ' 
CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Latila E. Craca, Ministar 
1 lOO i.m. — CSiurch School 
1 1 :0ft •.«. — Morning Worship 



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SALSM METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Pri»c»ai^tte, Virginia ^ 

|^|l»y S. gjaior.. Minuter^ I ^ + cjto t <S!2? t <3J2> 
I0l0l4a.m.— Morning Worship^ ,1^1*«C_t^ W^ t ^^^ ^"^ 
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CfiMWHIITY METHODIST 
'^'^^ CHURCH 

Aeredale — Kempsvllle 
Sft, M» L. KiMar, Jr. 

9 :M'$«I.— Church School 
1 1 iWfjft.— Morning Wor»l|lp 

f:Si&p.in.— .Youth Fellowship 

1.TNNHAVBN METHODIST 

' enuRCH 

Little Neck Road 
^mr. Otcmr V. Rodriguea 

iP:00a.Tn. — Church School 
11:00 a..m — Horsing Worship 

^KIES METHODIST 
CHURCH 

6560 Viiginia Beach Blvd. 
Rav. C. KatoB.Grajr 
8;j^a.m.— Sariy Worship 
Sendee . „ ^ , 

9:46a.in. — Church School 
ll:00a.in.— Late Worship 
Service „ „ 

6:00 p.m. — Youth Fellowslup 

BETHEL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. JaciuoB, Patter 

10:00 a-m. — Morning Worship 
H :O0 a.m. — Church School 



•nm CHURCH I^NR ALt, 
ALX. FOR THK ^HUftCH 

T%a CiMNh b the rMtaat {Mlar 
en M^ ttt «• bafldte erf iftuae. 
Iw a^ food dttModiip. n k a itaiWi. 
ImaH of q^fafttud MkiM. imtboat* 
ainjos Church, neitiMr dmocncjr 
"ter dvUiflitta en •orvtva. Ttad 

dwuli attMid Mrriew Maa» 

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ST. AIDAN'S 
EPISCOPAL OIUI^H^ 

KiB«'s ^ant Road 

ft fidinbarg Driv# 

Phone 340-8730 

• Rav. L. J. Taylor, Jr., Vlayr 

10:00 a.m. — Holy Commanion 

< first and third Sundays) 
Morning Prayer, 2nd and 41b 

Sundays 
Cburdi School (eoBevrrent 
with services) 



nowRs 
HBoarr haowl nsmi 

PHONE 4SS473a 



ST. NICHOLAS 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 
ffWTKle HecK^a. 
Phone 840-7231 
Rav. Thoaaas M. Snauaara 
Sunday Masses — 8:16, d:30, 
10:45, and 12 Noon in the 
^urch; 11:00 in Princes* 
■ftieatre, 3177 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. 
Confessions — Saturday 4-5 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.in. f 



JMUkDWI DRUv, 
Proi^t • Effiefairt Pra«erlpli*B SotvIm 
Pkaaa 340411 1 IIM Va. BMck Blvd. 

FREB DEUVEKY 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Warraa Cha*a, PastM 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worahip 



CARROW 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rav. Gary B. Tkoapa^ 

9 :45 a-m.-r-^unda^ S«luMl 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worship Service 
E :45 .m. — Vesper service 
6:80 p.m. — Training Union 
^:80 p.m. — ^Evani^lUtlc 
Service 



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VIRGINIA BEACH »LVD. A« Ciei|]|| 
GooBte; Cored Baeoa, Baaa A Iftonldaa 
fmh Fntlta, VegetaUi^ 
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KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Viri^nia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Waavan Miaistar 

10:90 a.m. — Bible School 
ll :00 a.m. — Moaning Worship 
6:46 p.m — Youth Program 
7i80pm — Evening Worship 



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W. A. WQCX), Inc. 

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CHURCH OF CHRIST' ' 

1460 Va. Beach/ Blvd. Oceana 

Rfy N. WiUon, Minister 
10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
1 1 :00 a.m.— 'Momigg Worship 
7 :00 p.m. — Eveniiig Worshi|) 

.FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

'-809 ^ 80th StTMt 
11:00 am. — Church Service* 
ft;09 p.nW — We<tate8<lay . - 



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11:1W a.m.— noiy Conuiiumoa omx 
Sermon (Hrst Siuiday) 

11:00 a-m.—Mornlng Prayer and 
S«mon (2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sun- 
days) 

9:45 a.m.— Church School (S^ 

tember'sIuDe) (Nursery through 
Adults) 

10:00 a.m.— Week Day— Holy Com- 
munion 

10:30 a.m.— lliursdaysi-Laying on 
oi Hands 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck Road, Bayside 
8:00ajn.- Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation; 

10:00 am.— Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (rioly Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each month.) . 



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Lw«ot Bridie, Va. Mi 
Still Snd ft AicttcAv 



PLAZA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
Harbarl a Hobbs, Patter 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 aan. — Worship Service 
7 :00 p,m. — ^Youth Fellowship 

ARAGONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Meeting In Louise 
Luxford Elementary School 

N. C. Clifton, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
.6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:30 pm.— Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Meeting 



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VIRGINIA BEACH. VtSBmA 2M51 
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ST. FRANCIS' 
EPISCOPAL MISSION 

609 Roiemont Road 
Viii^nia Beach, Va. 
Rar. Clayton E. Criggar 
' Vicar-inCbarge 

9:15a.m.^ — Church School 
10:15 a.m. — Worship Service 
NitrMry Provided 




NhiMO METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Vir|^nia 
Enory S. EIIn«w«, Minister 
10:15 a.m. — Church School 
11:16 a.m. — Morning Worship 

GALILEE EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

40t»< * p^-W" — ^on-^f^m 

tim Ber. Blmpl Batkflqr. M« 

AeR'> afien. 



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EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rev. Charles R. McGinlay, 

8 :00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
10:00 a.m. — Holy Communion 

(1st & 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 

(2nd ft 4th Sunday) 
Church School follows ' the 

10:00 a.m^ Service. 
Nursery service is available. 

EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episcopal) 

B. Sidney Sanders, Rector 

8 ;00 a.m.— Holy Communion 
9 :00 a.m.— Family Service 
^nd Morning Prayer 

(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 

munioQ) 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Prayer, 

sermon -(Ist Sunday Holy 

Communion) 



c MMt *%. #«>ari>.u, CMatwr 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:46 a.m. — Morning Worship 

TEIfi>LE EMANUEL 

25th and Baltic, Va. Beach 

Philip Pincus, Rabbi 
7:30 a.m.— Services Mon.-Fri. 
8:16 p.m. — ^Friday-Sabbath 
Services 
10:00 am.— Saturday Sabbajth 
Service 
8:00a.m^ — Services Sunday 



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9 :45 a.m. — Sunda) 
11:00 a.m. — Church 



«*tiM.«Mir 

(School 

Service 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rav. Marion R. 'Wabb, Jr. 

h9 :45 a.m. — Church School 

11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

6 :80 p.m.^ — Youtih Fellowship 

6:80 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 

7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Circle 
Rev. Francis V. Bambriek 

MASSES 

9:30, 11:00, 



Winter— 8:00, 

12:15 
Summer — (June 

7:00, 8:00, 

11:00, 12:00 " 
Holy Days— 6:00, IxOOr^'M 

and 6:30 p.m. 
Weekday, winter — 6:30, 8:45 

Summer, 8:46 a.m. only 
•Confessions— 4 :00 to 5 WJ and 

7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Saturday 



iJ^abor Day) 
9:00, 10:00, 



ST. MATTHEWS 
CATHOLIC CMURCH 

-1010 Sandra Lane, Va. Beach 
Father' OHara, Fatber Ftn^ay 
Summer Masses — 7:30, 9:00, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Confession each Saturday 4 

to 5:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bphj.. 
Kaanath A. Price, Pastob' 

9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 

School 
10:30 a.m,^-Wor8hip Service 

(nursery provided) 
6:30 p.m. — Lather League 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rav. Dieksoa W. Taylor 

8 :30 a.m.— ^Worship 
9 :30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m — Worship 

(Nurs^ provided) 
6:30 pm.— Luther League 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Fines, Bkyside 
Kennalb R. Carbaugb, Pastor 

8:16 a.m. — Worship Service 
9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00a.ra.— Worship Service 



PRINCE OF FEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 Kings Grant Road 

Rav. i. Blmar Me^ay, Pastor 

8 :00 a.m.— Divine Worship 
9:15 a.m. — Sunday School 
and Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m.— Divine Worship 
Holy Communion — Ist and 3rd 
Svnday. 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
• CHURCH 

^ 1200 Aragona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley, Minktar 
8 :30 a.m. — Wojship ft (3hurch 

School 
9 :30 a.m. — Worship ft Church 

^hool 
11:00 a.m.— Worship ft Church 
School 



FIRST PRESBYTBIUAN 
CHUI^H 

Pacific Ave. «t Uih St 

John S. Lylaa, rairtef 

9:45 a.m. — ChuWft School 

IKOO a.m.— Morftlng Worship 

Nursery Servijee Trttidtd 



CALVARY PRBtt^SHIAIf 

First St, GlenJlift, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Coeb)^ Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 aim. — Mornttg Worship 
6:30 p.m.— Wha^mts 

Fellowship 
6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
6 :80 p.m. — Young People's 

rMdwghip 



ICINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the Siiilfa 

Grant Elementary Schow) 

Raymond C. Plittoa, Pa«l«r 

9 :60 a.m.— Sunday School 

11:00 a.m.— Moriking WofiAip 



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OCEAMA CHURCH 
OF THE KfAMRENE 

S. Cottrt Vwm m^ O^MQA 



BAYSIDE PRESBYTER14II 
CHURCH 

Near> Bobbins Comer 
Rav. J. E. ilebBsonf Pastor 

9:4Ea.m.'~«S«nday Setiool 
ll:OOam-TMetning WonA^ 

THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBTtSEIAN OIURCH 

Now moettag 1h the T&«U« 

Elementery School 
Irring R. Sinbbt, Mlaiator 
9:30a;m. — Momlnir W<^Ad^ 
10:4g^ajn.— dhttreh SehMl 



BOW CREEK 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

S^a^Bont Bead ft PIm* Tntt 



CHURCH OF OOD 

}2Q 14th Street 
Bobbf H. Saass, Pastor 
9:45 SUM. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



^WIBLY OF GOD 

VH^P Beach Boulevard 

Ea^ Lane — Oceana 
Bev. SamtMl D. Beilar, Jr. 

9 :46 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning WoraMp 
7 :80 p.m.— EvanfeBstie . 



PEttfECOSTAL 
CHURQi OF CHRIST 

liUf St and Baltic Ave. 
Elwoed tCam^ Paster 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPtlST CHURCH 

1411 Oce«ia Blvd. . 
H mUe y*t Oce«tta Air Sta. 
k on right 

^ T. J. TlngU. PMtor 
9 :45 a.m. — Sunaay School 
ll:Wli<.m.— WonOilp SerHce 
6 :30 if.n.— Bibta'i^dy 
7:S0|i.tf.-^Eveiiiii|; S«n^« 
Fid>lls l» Isvtttd. 



OCEAN PARK 
-COMMUNITY CHURCH 

DuPont Circle, Bayside, Va. 
Paul E. MeCnlleagb, tbJM., 

9:45 a.m.— Bible School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7;80 p.m.— Family Night 
Service - 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskin Bd., Linkhom Bay 
Rav. Richard Woodward^ Pastor 

9:45-a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:Oda.m. — Morning Worahip 
1 1 :39 a.m.— Children's Church 

8 :00 p.m.— ^Evening Service 



ELfCTRICAL SUPPLIERS, Inc 

2 Locati^u "fo^ Serve Yon 

Radio Oispatcbod Traeka 

.431 VirginU BMcb Blvd.— Dial 428-16C0 

Princess Anno Station — Dial 426-SI16 




SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH * 

111 Xdl>ough Ave., 

BeUamy Manor 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rav. J. Fradarick Parker 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
11:30 a.m. — Chil^rens Church 
. 7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 



ROSEWOOD MEMORtAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETEBY 

PIIKCESS ANNE MlMOtHAL PARK 

CEMETERY ^_ 

FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7-8928 



LYNNHAVEN COL<»IY 
UNITED CHURCH 
(CemviatioBal Cbri4Ci8B2 
Grail N«el R4 near Shore Dr. 
ti*'||bv. Tio. H. Brittea 
9 -M tii.^— Oknrch School 
11 :0Clif«1ii,— Morning Wo»hip 
T:80 p.tt.— F^grim 
Fellowship 
NimKry lor small children 



WHITEHURST R&U.TY COMPANY 

LASKIN ROAD AT HILLTOP 

REAL ESf AtE - INSIAANCE 

8AUS8 ft RENTALS 

TELEPHCMiiE BmM 

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MANOR 
CHUROi 
(Cwf^iMiinal Cbriatian) 

Mea^lii Itf j^mbroke Manor 
wautofiary School 
Rav. ^iriaa F. Pogrin 
9 :S0 a.m. — <!iiirch School 
1 :30 a.m. — Worship 

Nursery at all services 



OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1737 VIRGINIA BEACB BOULEVARD 



VirgMa BMeh, VkglBia SSfBS . 
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FRIENDS MEETING 
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Laskin Bo«d 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
lt<00a.m. — Meeting for 
Morning Worship 



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Oceana 
Rav. D. P. Falton, Paslw 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 



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Discl^as of ^riat 

6700 W. Hiden Eoftd 
G. Darid Sbra^Na, F^Miir 

8.45 a.m. — Wbr^ SeMie 
9:46 a.m.M3unday School 
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11:00 a.m. — ^Worsilp Serrieo 

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COMIIRifOllt BAPTIST 

( Cji— ifatlv e Bm*^) 

Mev. ParlMv Ymwc 

220 Red Tide Road 
Lynahavea Colony 
10:00 a jm. — Sunday School 
1 1 :O0 a.m.-^Moming Service 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Serving 
7 :30 p.m. — Wednesdey 
Evening Services 



PIIIST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th St. at Holly Rd. 
H. WedeU Weten. Pa*t*r 

9 :S0 a.n. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m.- -Morning Worship 
6:15 p.m. — Treining Union 
7:30pj(i. — Evening Service 
Evening Services 30 min. later 
May IS -Sept. IS. 

BAYSlOe BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

1490 naMOra House Rd. 
J^Mt V. .OeFM, Pattar 

8 :S(I a.m.^ — Worship Service 
n:OUa.m. — Worship Service 
9:20 A 10:10 a.m. Sunday 
School ' 
8 :00 p.m. — ^Evefiing Service 



7 :S0 p jft. — ^B^raalng Worship 

FREBWUi. BAPTIST " 
CHURCH 

Ip. Princeu, Virginia Baach 
I41i OCEANA BOULEVARD 

Air Station on right 
T. J. TlBgie, PmIot 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:46 a.m. — WoniUp Service 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

245 Sosemont Road 
Rev. lieMa HagliM, Patter 

11:00 A 7:80 p.m.— Worship 
Services 
9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
6:15 p.m. — Training Union 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

7120 Kempsville Eoad 
A. D. Bleaat, Pastor 

9:46 am. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m— Morning Worship 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship 



THALIA LYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoioin) 
Princess Anne High Schoi 
Rev. ReWrl % Walla.* 
8:30 a.m. — Morning Wonihip 
9 :30 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m — Morning Wor8h»:> 






Archie The 
Cockroach 



The midc^ n«ne of Ardue tlte 

Sockroach mi^ be "Redi^ant" 
ly the eatomok^ists o( the N»- 
tional Pe* Contnrf Association wiw 
poim out UiM ArchM's increasing 
^lity to ^ up happUy s«t»e ti 
th^dionicafs man Ins bsen «siug 
to r^t Mm is nukir^ control 
IMx^ns more difficult almost ev- 
eryfrtiere. 

The {^Ikmoi^ of resi^tvwe ol 
the Gfnnan roa«. reflecting Dnr- 
win's theory d tiie survival of the 
fittest, is ime of the moA inter^rt- 
ing that faca the tndned entcflooi- 
i^sts. But R is me of U)e mott 
tmublooim facing ttie m<n who 
try to ke^ insect p^ts i»der cwi- 
trol. 

firi«.nH«fai' nrwi't completglv cer- 



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Pag^M 



BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 
^ CHURCH 

to A Med. Ave. 
A cooperattag Southern Bapist 

(jiiurch 
G e org e WolUtL Jr., Minbter 

Phone 428-2004 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:00ft.m.' — Morning Serviee 
6:80 p.m.— -Training Union 
7:80 p.m.— Evening Service 
7:80 p.m. — Wed. P|M^«r, 
Service 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd.. Norfolk 
Fr*d M. PariM, Paator 

9:46 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

6 :30 p.m.' — Fellowship Hqjir 
' 7 :30 p.m. — Evening Services 



GRACE BRETHREN 
CHURCH 

Gr«at Neck at Hilltop 
A. Hareld ArringtoD, Paster 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:00a.m.^ — Worship Service 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Service 



BAPTIST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial IU>ad 
GMrge T. Staltegs, PaM«r 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:00 a.m. — Momiag WorsUy 
6 :30 p.m.— Training Union ' 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Mid- Week service, 
Wednesday 




FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST 
GHtmCH 

419-Glenrock Road, Norfolk 
Rev. Charles T. Hendricks 

9:46 a.m. — Church l^hool 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning ' Worship 
7 :30 p.m.-^Evenii^ Worship 



ST. GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 VirginU Beach Blvd. 
Rev. Flavian Yellakep OJ^B. 
Rev. Paschal Kneip O.S.B. 
Masses — 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 

11:00 and 12:30 . 

Confessions are on Saturday 

7:80-8:80 



BLACKWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
Rev. IMpk L. Hes*!?^ 

1 :00 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:00a.m — ^Morahif Worship 
"Serving Ood and the Com- 
munity of BlMkwater Sii^ee 
1784" 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHUftCH 

Ra^. T. M. Walker. Pastor 

9:30 a.m. — Choreh School 
llK>Oa.m. — Morning Worship 
""7 :80 p.m. — Evening Worship 



OAK GROVE BAPTISE. 

CHURCH f^- 

SSack Bay. Virginia ' 
Jjilfcj lt. Clair, Paster 
d1teiaKr<pChurch School . 
11 :00 a,m. — Morning Worship 



BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Greenwell Rd. A Lakeview Dr. 
. Bayside, Va. 
Rev. Darid Meere, Pastor 

'9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Motning Worship 
7:45 p.m. — Evening Worship 



ST. 



JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B. PerkiM, Paster 

to :00 a.m. — Sunday Schodl 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

6 :00 p.m. — B.T.U. 

7 :00 p.m. — Evening • Worship 

LONDON BRIDGE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge, Viiginia 
G. Edward Hagkes, Pastor 

8 :30 a.m. — Mornihg Worship 
9 :45 a m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:80 p.m. — Training Union 



TABERNACLE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

PrincMs Anna, Virginia 
Rdkert H. Garner, Minister 

9:46 a.m.---Chiir«h School 
litOOa»m — Morning WorAip 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

207 • 18th Street 
Rev. Beveriy Felty 

ttSO a-m.. — Wo^iP Service 
Sunder JumUia 
9 :46 a.m. — (%urch School 
11 :00 a.m. — Worship Servica 



THALIA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Pine Ave. A Va. Bch. Blvd. 
William L. Asker, Pastor 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:46 a.m.— Worship 



, FOUNDRY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Va. Bch. Blvd., Lynnhaven 
William H. Acotto, Minister 

8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m. — 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 

KEMPSVILLE 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

620 Kempsville Rd. 
J. L. Coppock, Paster 
9:40 A.M. — Sunday School 
11:00 A.M, — Morning Worship 
6:00 P.M. — (Second Sunday) 
Youth Fellowshlnt 



LiSTENeee 



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H* Josepli Lowenthal^ Jr» 



MANAGING EDITOR OF THE 



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EACH MONDAY 

WEDNESDAY 

AND FRIDAY 

AT 12:15 P.M. 

WITH HIS 



Editorial Of The Air 

DURING THE NOON REPORT ON 

WKVK 

1 550 ON YOUR DIAL VIIK3INIA BEACH 



tain how redatooce w«rki, but t^ 
believe that taaects which have 
tills ability to survive chemical 
treatmajt and breed new goiera- 
tions of nsi$taA offspring scone- 
how devetop the aWlity to ntjctabo- 
U^ larger amoiuts of pesticides 
than thdr less forttmate brethren. 

tbe Germtt) roadi, a pMt wMdi 
has beei arotrnd at leart as loAg 
09 mm, was one (rf the first to 
dttno^itrato tMs wpecM survival 
diiUty. Raristance, says Dr. Philip 
J. Spear, Tedmlcal Direct(»- of the 
NPCA, not only makn the Jd9 of 
gI^u^ out infertatkXM of roaches 
more dtfficuK. biA also more ex- 
pensive. 

When Hie chM^ksal family of 
dikMrtai^cd hydro(»-bon.s, which 
indudes WT, CbkNrdane uid oth- 
(fft, caole to be in {dtotifii! aippiy 
after Wai^ War n, many people 
r^dbtd their hands fai glen with the 
tboi^ht ttat .^t^ Hie Cockroach 
faced Ms doom. MmoA pierfect 
cM^rol appMured tote a certainty. 

But ilwre was soon di^urbing 
news bvm Texas— news of a strain 
(d roadws that not only tolerated 
IXyr and chlordane, biit seemed to 
tibrive on &e stuff. Then the or- 
ganic pho^ihates came along and 
tlwre was mw hope that Ardue 
coidd be stojqied. 

Apin Archie R. confounded the 
?iq>erts by Ireeding little Archies 
tiiat liked tl»se diemicals tM. Now 
the jeb of stealing the new r^ist^ 
wif ite^rtnr 1r mnrr diffietdt Uian 
ev«r. 

"Resiatance is a phcnomOMm 
dw pest ctmhvl industry is learning 
to Uve with." Tit. ^>esr explains. 
"Coitrol depeatk on constait shift? 
in weapons, mere research on the 
physiokigy of insects and probdldy 
re4ise ol some of tiie earUer con- 
trol m^iods. lbs jdb is certainly 
more convHcirtcd and mwe cos^. 

For tfw houKJhdder, restaurant 
owner ct NaiDetsman pU^ued 
with G«ihan roaches, Dr. Spear 
pointed wit Qiat cootrd must in- 
vdve trained pest eontrol people 
fttniUar with the {Rtitten of re- 
sistance roach identification and 
the dbOity to supfriy the lates* 
metiwds available. 



Oe uuuib^r one American hom^dd pests, aren't 
cd dawn by kiri^its la armor, as our uiM has du4dwd. Art tfiey'va 
d e v a l ape d clear-cut resistrace *o the chemkab wMdi owe laatrriki 
tev ioecessfaUy reports the National Pest Canlrel AssodatlMi. Ptr- 
hapa pMt oatral experU may ceme back to the Uoee tf aO ^i^J 
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TEEN TOPICS 



■ a ■ CarolyB PetiikeM 



Asst. HMie D«noB^aliaB Agcal 



YOUR PASTURE — YOUR VOICE 



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Reunions Set 

BLACKSBURG-Virginia lech's 
graduating class of 1960 will hoM 
its 6t^ reunioQ (hiring h(»necom- 
ing wcyM»d Oct a. 

The dasa faMid(|uarttfs win be in 
the Hotel Patriot Henry in Roa- 
ncrite. Registn^kM and a dinner 
will be held at 7 p.iq. at tlw hotel 
Oct. 22. Toe foUo«ii% day the dass 
members will attend the Virginia 
Tech-University of Vii^inia ftxrt- 
ball gWM. 

Danny W. ttrd (4 Rt. 2, Bland, 
is dssa presklait. Tlie class of 1960 
has 918 mepioen. 

Vm classes of ^15, 1930 and 
19S6 earUer have anniMinced cla^ 
reurioos jhis faO. 1^ 1996 reuiilln 
hitt been sdwduled in c(xuiectk» 
vfttfa Humk^ving activities Nov. 
24-35. 

Tlie o&nen we tH plmmed for 
tiM heinecoming weekend. Oct. 22- 



Your score can be hi^ if you are sure that y<Ni stand and at wA 
■flie way ywi stand or sit affects i»t only how you look and how your 
ck^hes took «» you, but also how y<w feel and bow jwir vofce sounA to 
<rthers. 

You may be well-groMned and have attractive clothes, but if yai A> 
not walk, sit, and stand well, w: if your voice is iwt pleasii^ jwi wffl 
not give a good appearand^ V 
?W^ you meet on the street Judge you hy your a^iearai^, evsB 
if you do not talk to, than. By a persftBftr 
and walk, you know who is ccnning toi^ 
you can see his face. ^ f _ -, 

If you want to intere^ peoi^, ^velty a good | 
carriage and voice. You can help youradf if I 
checking what you need to mirk (n. | 

Stand with your back against tiie wal or dUM' j 
and your feet aixnit four inches away. W^ part f 
of the body touchra the widl w Mt^ Put y owl 
arm betw^n ymr bade and the wall or ioULTBt^ 
you can do this easily, you are sMqM^JBed. Iff "S 
to pwA your neck affii your tower bdc dose to f 
PtIttNiM the wall. Press with both hanb> agab^ yoto- i: 

abftomei untH y(M feel as thou^ ycmr stom^^ is ap^ y«ir b^ f* 
b<»e. Hold that position and walk away from tiie wall. Take a took to -, 
the mirfur to see haw tall and straight m'^^^: l 

4 . 1^ w^tog with a bode on ywr head. SM^pu wiS find tfiat you ? 
haiw a SRMX^, gliding walk and bettw p(»hir^ Beauty operts <^tai ' 
give this exercise, ^ovie actors, who must have a nice waBc and ptMh^ 
ture, iMractice it. The neict tfane you go to the naovies, Mudy adors careC 
fully to see how they walk ami move their hai^^ • 

Chedt your walking and sitting poshire (rftai. (MVe your wgans s^ | 
to breathe. Sit on that part of your body jteipied for sitting, yoiar h^a I 
and iMittocks. Neva- let your bones of ^ur back make «i "S" mm. | 
Bend firam the h^ rather than from the shoukler when you stu^ <r J 
write. Ask your friends to ranind you whai you fos^ A good sfe^ | 
ing posture is ea^ if vou lie flat wit^Mt aid (d fSkm. , | 

WhM you walk, walk with toes ^aight ahead, never^ out aep, | 
M|^. Do not drag vwir feet. When, asked how he cIk^ show ^Isr** 
Mr. ^^eld said, "tt is the ws^r a girl carries herself thirf oouito *^ 
most." , ^ . , 

Is yoia* vo're -'->islng to afliers? Have you evet- m«ile a reccmiii% rf 
yfwr voice? Wa'- *H tone good? Did vou chop off fre entogi ol 
words or iw " - -^ togett»r? If you have no rwMrtBng, you and 
ywtf frirads cwi check wi these questtons. 

, Is ymir votoe high and squeakv or smooth and distinct? Is your 
laugh a merrv ^chuckle or a rinbling showing joy, w do you ^w a 

hone lau^ and turn on a giggle? ^^ . 

Points to rememiber which can helo all of us have a nice wptM^r"^ 
voice are: ^and tall. Breathe deeolv. Pitch your voice tow. ^ 
l^st vourself bv saying the word "food" w "roMn'' in a tow toie | 
severa lUmes. Then sav a s«itence in the same tone. Is ttUie aaial | 
speaking voice? If yair voice is high and squeaky. jwrKtice to - 
dewtop a gentle, rich, distinct voice. Avoid bdn^ affected » a^afe. 
Listening is important. Listen and appear interested in what the 
jOther person has to say. Yoa»will be interested before you know it, 
and you will be fun to be with. - 



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Servicemen In The News 






James W. Brawley, Jr.. son <rf 
Mr. airi Mrs. Jamw W. Brawley 
of aoi Great Neck Road, has been 
rec^y {xwnoted to Lieutaiaat 
Conunander in the United ^^es 
Coast Guard. He is currently serv- 
ii^ at Aniwtte'lsland, Alaska. 

* * * 
Coa^ Guard Reserve Lieutenant 
Rd>ertH. l^acdius, son of Mrs. R. 
E. Bacdius of 528 Virginia Ave- 
nue, recently graduated from the 



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ALDAIDGE & CHMIIBERS, Inc. 

Exterminates 
PEST CONTROL EXPERTS^ 

• If ymi liAvt German RMch«f •• ouriined by 

National PmT Cohtrol Association or any in- 
90ds can us today 

• You nuiy tvon have tomiitos and do not know 

It. 

• Ut us'como by and ovaluato your pMt prob- 

lotois. 

• Wo gtiaranteo complofo satisfaction. 

• Oivo us a chanco to servo you. 

• Woareasnoarasyourtoloplione. 

Call U| Now - Fhono 340^362 
317 GiMt Nock Road, Virginia Beach, Va. 



Captabi of the Port School at the 
Coa^ iGuard Reserve Trabuig 
Center in Yorktown. 

* • * 1 

- 4 

Airman 3/c Charles G. Hio^r | 

Jr.t son of Mm. Svidvn M. Hw^J 

d 4732 Bimker I^U LaiK, has bee^ 

selected ftwr fcedmical training 'St% 

an air polic^nan at Lad^land AS%, 

Tot. 



Pvt. Don K. LinkenNM?«r. son of 
Mr. and M'^ .T»$^5p S. Unhenbot 
ger, 899 Ji^s areet. iw«itlY 
coTjnlpted a 14-wpeJc automotive 
rerwir cwirse at t*ie Arwv )Ordi^ 
n?nce Center and Rdiod, Aber^en | 
Provii^ Ground, Md. | 



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Ro^t'd C H«rr»ne*oi». smyrf MfC 
bM M*^. A'bert L Hiirrimstffli Jr., 
ms FTo<Am-p Lw>4, a ^^pine » , 
Co«Tis (We**r Cwddate, rennth^ | i 
comnlefed the firrt of twe ]riM^ f I 
of training at Marine Oon»f*J 
Schools. Qoantico. Vlrj^Wa Wip^^ 
mev evmte^ly \mA to h^ MQi f*! 
mi«»fon>ne a^ a second HeuUMMt 9^1 
in the Cb^d Stotts Marina Oa^i^ J 
R^erve. 19 

IM« dm iMTO^iaM of this pro- 
gram. Wnn^gkn. a studwt at- 
Ok! Duntriott OOj^p will 
(HK more ix wMf toiidag i 
al^^MiHoB wi0[ ^ Hs j 



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Virginia B^ SJM, 'ttm riday^epterober >23, 1965 



It^ Qa^HoHm to 
P I L OwMwIte CMif^qr, Ur.. 
S pKili, f^ at Maem Amt 

iU^UMMri tn Dhvlii t- 
Hl^ ^, tt4«, part irf lot s. 
UkI If . pM ol ^«iiia 4e«ck 
IDii^^paatt C^nptaiy; tax lill. 

^i«l|0-VM«, te., to ^otoi B. 
SelM^. dl fil ux. kit U. block 
1. |M If Botat-O-Wew Me. i, tax 

i mA V. Dtirakj^mA Cwpara- 
tioi to ^u^ M. R^de et US, tot 
t, bhxA B, ptot of Lnke toritk 
1\MffMtMV. 4; te liasB. 

1i^ ttMito et ux to luanu^ 
J. Tiiltf^iinipii it ux, lot S. N«k 

tttc. 8; tox |S.4^ 
^t^M KerAUt, Jr., ct ux 
to Jote T. IfaorA^ A-,, et ux 
kit S.jjat cl fartji ^^ Mt^ wriwc. 
ITEM ISjfc * 

Me* R6a% OM p pwattoB et al< 
to Janm W. Vakott, IQ. ct ux. 
lot SS, bkM^ U, |il^ of PruKsss 



Amk F^ mc. U; tax |ll.». 

Je^ V. ftobesMi M ux to Itairy- 
ptapD-IUAv Rei^ DHporMcn, 
I* M, atai if Bayi^ QardeM; 
toxlll.%. 

StaMvHnt CcNfMrMiaa to Watt- 
ad A. Uw^ito«n ^ ux, tot a, 
Uack Y, piM of Lake SmMi Ter- 
raci aK. 8, tax |4S. 

Boli^ A. Reed et ux to An^ny 
Ran at ux. tot 10. plat of IteBa 
Aaraa; tax |S7. 

Wayskfe at Malibu, Inc., to Paul 
F. Jadoon et ux. tot 8^, pUA of 
Mfdlw sec. 6; tax $30. . 

%. Charles Burtoge ^ ux to L. 
dw^ Burlap et ux, 2 parcels, 
ptot (^ Ba}^e Putes and Lyiui- 
hann* ShM%s; tax ^.50. 

Artiaa- E. OmnA et ^ to 
Wed^iwood Building Cotporation, 
ISO acras, plat fA Gmit N«:k 
Jtofl44 tax |?20. 

Ralph Amasa May et ux. tot 13, 
btock 17, plat of Princes Anne 
Plaza aec. U; tax $19.30. 



Gragitt TtoaHi Ooiygrttoii to 
Kenn#| 1 Odtt^ ct «, ite ar , 



aec. 2; tax 




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idat of lay Ii^ 
$52.50. 

Jacob Kotdi, Jr., et ux to Bls- 
9^ Realty, Inc., tot 161, ptot d 
MaUba aec. 4; tax $19.06. 

Hyman Greeiriierg et als to Sb(- 
teenth and Pacific Oorpm^tloo, 4 
■parcds — plat of Virginia Beach; 
tax $56.25. 

Bruce L. Hall. Jr., at ux to Wil- 
liam C. Harris et ux, lot 23, blovk 
-71, ptot of Princess Anne Plata 
sec. 3; tax $28.50. 

Jam@ C. Russell et ux to Ed- 
ward L. Anders<»i et ux, k^ 167, 
ptot d Thoimighgood sec. 1; l&x 
$43.36. 

Jdm Irwto Brooks ^ ux to 
Bobby J. Carter et ux, lot 20, Uock 
L, plat of PqM O'Wooda sec. 2; 
tax $27.75. 

wnilam P. WcDfli^tl, Jr., It ax 
to Delte Bdlding Coip., 3 parceb. 
plat of Princess Anne Plaza; t» 

NOW, "Ifierefre, we, tt» Mayors 
$45.60. 

Hallmark ConstnK:tl(m Cof^., to 



Joseph Lee l^e^ rt ax. tot 14, 
bk)ck J.^^ a( mmiegm MC. 
I; tax $iS.SO. 

Hi^teark OtttoiK^kn Corp. to 
btobk J, ptot vi HkuitingtoD ^c. 
Willimn ILavL Banks ^ m. H 20. 

2; \m mm. 

CtosSf Rei^ Corp., to Geoi^ 
Deao Bad et itt, krf 4, btock 36, 
ptot ol Pembrdo Mamr sec. 4; 
tax $23.85. 

Eittfl Realty Corp. to Geerge E. 
Huddtoitoii et ux. tot 13, btock 17, 
ptot (rf F^n^rake Manor aec. 2; 
tax 121,88. 

JuUffii.C. yixon fit ux to Carl D. 
Fox et iflt, tot 2. plat of lliorough- 
good Sbt^es; ttt Itf.lS. 

William J. O'Brto et ux to 
BiMy J. Stepheoson et ux, tot a 
ptot of Haven Heights sec. 2; tax 
$36.70. 

Mary Ta-esa Caitoon to 6 B. 
INfffls, pstm m.^, ptol^^ay- 
side Borough; tax $1S0. 

Carl Daniel Fox ^ ux b Guld- 
en Realty, toe., tot 138, plirt cl 
Gardnwood I^u^; tax $i4.45. 

Barry I. %pw et ux to Harrjf 



L. ?!««»§ «toi.&I^UMdi U. 
ptot of Art««|M|A IK.^ ' tax 

ThaoMi Joaepk BP^r at m to 
Fredatok W. Bat«8, Ul, tot 2. 
btoek C. ^ oi Oa^ton see. 1, 
tax $M.4ft 

Weal^ C. Baadtoi etw to Shir- 
toy l^Ctapatoam^ totf,J^(iL 
A, plat ti iwcrr Park sac l; tax 
I25J0. 

Sairto A. Irtuidi et ux to Marvm 
F. HMUgan ^ ux, tot 15, btock E. 
ptot of L^ awm sw:. 4, tax 
$83.80. 

3mst E. Baynor et ux to Hwbert 
C. 'Baker, tot 8. btock D. ptot of 
a«Ty Park sec. 2; tax $21. 

C^aifakt CenstrtKtioa Cxm- 
pany. Inc., to Jwnw G Parks et 
la, 1(^ 24, 26 atul part d kA 3?, 
bkx^ 38, plat of Shadow Lawn 
Heighto; tax $26.26. 

Jaerifelsoii JanwH et ux to 
Cheitter E. Bofwes et ux. tot 86, 
ptot of Gatewood Pwk. Exle-Tded; 
tax $18.80. 

ft^- Q\m Farl^ et ux to Uwto 
E. Ze^ et ux, tot 54. bk)ck 3?, 



"ths mesnny is a treasiora- to whom we nui^ f^ toda. if we 
wttdd draw the assistance we itted." — Rowi ^^ ^ . v , 



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1^ fo&'s! This pa^ Saturday, nineteoi 4-H Club, boys and girls 
b^au fitfeir Bal^ B^ FeediM projects by drawtog either a Hereford. 
A)Wis. or awrUKnii Ste^. "mes will feed theh- st^r until the Vir- 
Am BeB^-Ch«tapeake 4-H ^eer Show and Sade to early May, 1966. 
Etavftg tids time Aer wOl also toam to lead and groom the steor so* 
as to oe aUe to handle him m tlie show. 

feed^s we: Jotoi Brown, llmcrthy Brown, Mike 
JCreekm(x%, B(4> Cuius. Beverle(y Fno^, iFaye 
IF^tist, Midiad Ares. Nancy Ptfwm,' Lea I^bo 
iScofiekl. ai^ Benny Waller. 

Angus steer fe^tors are: Suito Parks', CNffilto 
[Powell, David Salmons, Eni^ h. Scdield, Jr,^ 

IDooaU Shirtoy, Ricky Siirley, aa# Michael Utoatl^ 
la-ley. 
Shorthmi steer feeders are: Sto^anla» Peotok 
Karen So^ekl. 

All (rf the steers to the 4-H (3lrib Btoto^ caaM 

tods m Viri^nto Bea^ Ha^|8Q sto(»a ware 

l^un^ased from Ralph f)hMrt, Mtt iH^ter, XM* 

'KralKiriHll and M. R. Adama. Mfm stoon calne 

Jg, l^~ iratn iiM Satomu, Itowanl Salmons, and S. W. 
Tine njxg^bfim steo-i whkh are being used for Uie first time 
w«e twvilted by R. P. Midgett. 
^toders ^ vA tte a8^ttog the etob rnenben are 
Pecsek, Ra^h F i ^ w^MMft l t'D ariMttft. and B. R. Scofldd. Iliey wffl 
toi ha^ by the folbdng JmMttr Lnders: Lee Durham, Diane Fn»t. 
Mtoh Pari^. v^ Johmy Itoiltoo. 

Wa-a^ ttese ytiimg peo^ !» best of luck as they assume tfiefar 
r^iuaitofi^, and contpte to "Mske the Best Better." 






^ •* Ari«sM m$m >«c 0i. 
(tt $u.n. 

, CbaOm R- JaiMp at m to Fraflk 
U Wdnmetoter «t, ux. tot 16, bldlS 
Vi {^ of Birt^nrood Gard^is m\ 
I; tax^.Ti. 

Wv E^tkNi BtAStai et ux to L^ 
iMveo iBvarton^ Inc.. tot A bl<jp 
N, |dat d PriBoeas Amt^ Pl^ 
sec. 3; tax $aJi. 

Pico Bi»)ty Corporatton et ato 
to Junes F. Itouoer. lot 23, U<xk 
i, p]ai dl PrinceM ^Spii Plaza sec. 
m ua |ai.70. 

JamM E. Ly«» ft Ak to James 
F. W^ice. Jr., et 181, tot 13 Mck 
Y, ptot ol Mrchwood tSarMs Stec 
3; tax ^■ 

I^MtG. Mtom et u to V^u- 
bon t idto, Jr., et ui ibt IB, 
btock 2^ ^ of Pw^brt^ iXtmc 
sec. 3; tat $18Jt. 

Jack Leon MorrisKy et ux to 
^IWam M. WaN% Jr., et tsx, tot 
9, bkx;k K, ptot of Bay Ootony De- 
vetoi»nttt sec. 1; tax $36.75. 

David G. Hudf et ux to Fran- 
ci%o M. Raiunez, Jr., tot m, ptot 
of Gardenwood Park; tax $21.46. . 




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through Its paces artd make ^urt 
It's ready for winter. Call . . . 

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vmOiraA BEACH- Opsii bousa 

wUl be hf^ at ^ar of the Sea's 
oew ^Mol UlM-ary on Cktober 3 
btsffi S pw. to 4 p.m. 
i^ paraWonw^ and friends are 

see the atitracyve new aids to tb« 

chil<fa*en's educi^ion. 

Rdre^anoits wiH be served. 



^te % wtckle when va^xja ^ 
uv lo^Pbi^ mtkt bfan realte that 
\m iV^Aealy rananh«-s m^hing 
afaoul U$ past two 3mm. 

Hii^ t« diawver Us idm^. 
he omdts the po^ a ps]^^ 
triirt and a private detettve, vd 
ksrjii ealy ttaA he « the vkttan 
(rf oKons^qia smn^a. But wh> 
hM he to-cf^ h^v^ to (org^ the 
pa^ and wny are t-^ ttugs aad 
a iMMitfd grl trUiog ^ sc 
doa^? 

Bit by btt the pieces in the en- 
grocsing pMzrie an fNtad tofrthv. 
tt's a b^ Mary to Mow, bitt 
expert writeg and teectta^ tte up 
toota nds, 

llie tonnen^ man's niwnen- 
tary, Ascwajected flashes of iiem- 
wy. trig^wi by wrw passing in- 
cidoit and sometime repe^ed. arc 
a K)Td and e£Ncti?c pkA davice te 
fiBtii^ chies. 

Gr^wry Peds is propaly Ivkk 
as he is pursued In a Wtdicock 
like cliase aroiuid Manhattan, and 
Waher Matfljau as a wryly hUtnor- 
ous. too-a^te detective, heads the 
i^tmg supporting c«*. 

Reviewed by '1\» Giwn 3ieet." 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thur|day, Septem^ a?,\lfW 

_ - ^^ ■..1-1 - I ., - -'"t - - -*^'f-HT 

Little Tlnatre fteatfy To OfAn 



VIB6WIA mum - Mtbm^ 
tbne are oa^ two rwl chara::t«« 
m the op«Ql^ simt ^ the s^son 
for the Vb^ia Beach UlUe The- 
atre, thK'fi ar? many nMre i«opk 
who have been workup overtkne 
to whip tfie ihow into Aape for 
Friday. October m at th« C«irt- 
yard Playhowe. 

Mrs. Ptsa^ Mart^, iamiat, aii- 
flmm^ ihia wedi tb^A her s(^d- 
ide is w^ lAead and nsn»g 
m»s0y due to ttic coopp-atiui 
^ has rec^ved from att a^u d 

Ite tovo teads in "Stop the Wor'd 
I Wd|t to Get Off." ICks Anne 
Fukdii^ and Lavetw Watsw, woric 
like profosuMids — serioin^ and 
wWs grei^ ^tentkm to (ktail. 

In ad^ion, Mrs. Martin st£.-3d. 
"rhe nmkai direcCw, Un. Fayt 
M«dCiDD«i, to a taHited musician 
wl» has worked with the LiUle 
Theatre M !|»ny yean ati^u 
come back after m dMencc rf $«v- 



val years in v^ to partjcif ate 
in this Bro«Ni«y taulcd whic'i 
^ fe^ is a fins f^sm of ««rk ' 

"Our chom^wiMr, Hmn Ifc- 
Clees, h^ be^ f^M^ i|Mp aho 
was thrM y^m M, has iM^^q 
Ridonond. and to a d^cataf i^r- 
tist. W^ are fmluMite to hA« hor 
woridag witti 1^" 

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feeto. peifcafM ^ mM ia^ortaM 
wodEer btdttd M» amam to Jtt 
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"Hm U^ oa tWs riiow n« what 
s^ Vm nooi and stSBo&^kti^ t@F 
Uie whole tl^ and tf «a Mn't 
have Mr. MUoR wa ^n^y 
couldn't do dus pjortku'ar work." 

"Stop ti« Worid" wifl i^ay Oct. 
1-3. 8-11, 19-17, and a M Ticket* 
for the opRdng FrWay nite pe-- 
fomimce an sold out, but mt 
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a3.ae(iiUiilaa 
23.Proiioije 
a«.Wi|doxt 



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4*A^lnna« 
.tlve reply 
EDismayi 

ilfimreat 
t.V^menbi 

of the 

©lei^ 
8,CMymplan 

goddesa ~ 
l^.RaUroad 

Bide track 
ll.Clty:SWr 

Arabia. 
15. Youth 
l.T.Printer'i 

directtom 



18.Bv«rs 
poet. 

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caittt 
33.Aue- 
Uoa 

24. Sweet 

tito 

25. Tablet* 
36. Salt 

of 

c eteta 

add 
2T.Lad 
28. Proverba 
28. For 






31.1lCerchanta 

gnikl 
34.1^^aWMHi 
3S.I>ot«lb 
37. Pack 



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Yirgirii^ Peach Theatres 

BEACH 

25th & Atlantic 



TODAY, «l. & SAT. 
Septembw 23-25 




TODAY, FRI. & SAT. 
September 23-2S 



».BaA)llea 
Sr.6a&ot 

QQead 
ae.lir. LaalBii 
SLUvfBC 

qiiartMf* 
32.Qaaticlettw 
33.Frovidefor 

jpaymentc^ 

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ll=eatures: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



SUN., MON., TUES. 
Septen^MT 26-28 

SERGEANT DEADHEAD 

» 

Franlcie Avalon . 

Eve Arden 

Deborah Walley 

features: ? 4 6 8 & 10 



H^wn 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



i\m,. MON., TUES. 
SeptemlMr 26-28 




f^M^Ofes 2, 4, 6, 8, lU 



MffD., THU|»,, Ftl., SAT. 
Sept. 29-30--O<t. 1-^ 

fUiFFY ■ 

Towy Randall 
' Shirley iorres 

%ly|*w^ ?, 4, 6, i, 10 



Mnp. THURS., FRI., SAT. 
Sept. 29^0--Ocl. 1-2 

THEMLI 



mmmmmmm 

■ WqrbyDrtUjxt . 

Fe^rms 2.-00-5: 15-8:30 



FVEUNG AND FUEL LEAKS 



While fueling, all hull ofimmgs aich as hatches, poite, ete., iNrfd 
be dosed, galley fires out. aad no ancdi^ attiwed. 

After fueling, all ports, hatches, etc., shoul<^ be ofMoei nd your 
etectrical pump should be run for at least five mtoates to piaqt flirt 
all gasoline fumes. Use ymir sense of smeU, anPd if gBocd^ odors 
ate detected, start tte pump i^alo and be aane no gasdioe funws are 
present prtor to starting the ai^i^e. JXXfl use a match to |Mect 
gasoUne funMs. 

GasoUitt hunes are heavier than air, will settle and lie in low purtu 
of the bilge, 

Don't even use a flarfd^, as they have been kpown to ^ flff ps 
vapw due to a ddectlve switch. 

If you should find a gasoline leak, try to stop it at oow. If y<w can 
rq?|ur tt« leak, do so before ywj gei un^r way. 

In the event you are unable to stop the Isak, DON'T 4^act yoifir efti 
^e. Fly distress signals and wait for a tow. Let a c^wn Mibo k^? 
what he is doing m^ tiie r^idrs, as a ctq> (rf g9S>Iuie is ^14^ |» 
six ^cks of dynamit?. 

Skippers with outboai^d motors should alwi^ gR)qi^ the hq^ naade 
whep refupjipg. Haye fl^ extfngi|ishfir readily accessible and Mjfpe 
up any g^ilipe that mi^t haye spilted into Xut boat 



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rglnia B««ch SUN, Thursday^ September 23, 1965 
I»e9e6^ 



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CuUfiialc m 

rwmk E. Batter, m. EidiMtor 
lir *• CUV «f fkgWa BMdi 

m RE: ESTATE OT" BERTHA 
HADL£Y IM)BB4S0N, deceased 
CfeRTIFlCATS 

TWi ta to ctf^ that on Septetn- 
btf 14, Ml. at )e:n A.M. in the 
^etdt Court of the Qty of Virginia 

B«Mfa, Vir^aa. an Inqw^ was 
hdd to deMnrine if a «rt^ ptece 
or piun:cl of land had esdteated to 
the OmvnaamO^ of Viit^toiia. 'Hie 
v«r«yct at 1^ taquest was that the 
ld«Mrii« rod fe^per^ had es- 
ehMled to tte CammannMi d 
Vta^iia from the estate of Bartiia 
ndBfj ^ibinson deceased); 

Let and Dwdlisf tocated at 30? 
Itod Street, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
^1^ also known as All ttwt cer- 
t^ lot, piece or parcel of land 
^rith t»y ixdbfii^ aodJmpCQve- 
mails tfaereoo. and the apfNtften- 
"Mces tfiatmto bek»^ ^taiate 
in ttw City of Wrginia Beach. Vir- 
ginia mi known, nunoboed and 
dcrignated as Lot NinriMr se^wn 
(7) in Wodt Nun*« fifty4hree 
(18) of PIM Number six (6) of {wrt 
i| the property of the Virginia 
Beach Deve^neot Company, 
«liih said Plat it duly of record 
in Hie ClKk's Office of the OreiA 
Qkot tf Hie City of Virginia Beach, 

Iff- ^^ia, 

Vn^M. 

WMieai Qie fdkwing signahire 
aid aMl Ifais 17th day of Septem- 
ber, UK. 
(agned) ftank E. Butler. UIv 

(SEAt) 
Fmk E. Butler, m 
WadxaUx fwtbe (3^ fd 
« / ^^fiaia Beadi 
ptMiM by order of 
Rodobh W. Church. State U 

bnw ^ . 

UikIw authority of SecfloR » 
M^ ef ike Cede oT Vhr^aia 



NOTICE or salb^^ 



Natiee to hereby given 0i«t at 
MsM ajn. on October i 1965. at 
Ooi^aB Motor Compai^, Inc.. kwatr 
ai«t OB Vif^inia Beach BNd., we 
ib^D oCfer for sale at Public Anc- 
flm «• UK Dodge OorGoat Con- 
nltible, Seiial fio. W 481 mm , 
1^ aoB ea oriec , nUcfa adbemobile 



wii fen^iaed by J«ris mi Bdib 

ie C^non by eeoitiaaal sales 

fimr. Cii^ at time ef 

IQm fttdor reserfoi the ri^t 

toWi 

^^inri CXT. Crett CSsrp. 

tti ii il ft Bvias, Attonieys 

f-SS-U 

h «e Ovt'ft Office of te (^ 
euk Court of tfae CKy of VirginU 
BiKi an Ae SOtfa day of Sefkm- 
lir. Sw. 

<Mtr af PaMtoaaM 

LLOVm L. XITCHCN. Plaintiff. 

Pp U KnOHm. JR. De- 



fba eteet^ ^ sutt is to ob- 
^ a Avoree a viiKuk) m^ri- 
fram Oe said defnd«i^ 
fte grooDdb of (kavtifm. 
M iffidavtt ha^ been 
Mi flkd'Aat tiw defeDdant 
if'% BOMcddeBk of the State of 
flr^Bta. te last known post of- 
•m add^ fa^: 1440 Spring 
HH fenrKe, Augusta. Georgia, It 
h Mdirtd tiiat be do appear here 
ivIMb t« . (10) ^ after due 
pu^baOM bneof, uid do ^lat 
tmf be necessary to protect Ms 
Merest in tfils wit. 

•A eoiv— Twtet 

30^ V. PIINTIIESS. Cleric. 

Bv; Mary M. Whfte. D.a 
n>V<^ JE Brovles, p.q. 
nm LiHkin Road 
Vlrgiiila BcM:h. Virgtola 



ing 8 foot on the Soi^Mde of Shore 
Drive, beginning at 4 pirfnt 145 
f«t. more or k». East of Gre«i- 
weU Road, a depth of m faet 
1^01^ the Ea^em and W«rtav 
I»t)perty line, ttid a width (rf 5 
feet aloi« the SoiAhem property 
line. Bayside Boroii^. 

III. Apf^cat^ <rf Grayson M. 
WWtehurst Sr. and Grayson M. 
Miitelwr^ Jr. far a Use Permit to 
eect ee unit motel on certain ;ki^ 
crty fronting 200 fe^ on the East 
^ <^ Atlantic Avenue beginning 
at a p<rfnt 50 fe^ North oi 3Sti\ 
Street. A dqptii of 150 feet along 
the Northern and Southern proper- 
ty line, and a width at 200 feet 
akng the Eastern jwoperty line. 
Virginia Beadi Borouj^. 

IV. AppUcation of W. T. Unde- 
maui for a change (rf awning frwn 
Agricultural District <A-R>,to Rm- 
idence Srtwitfin District 3 
Limitwl Commercial District 1 <C- 
L 1), Gawral Cdromercial Distrfct 
2 <C-G tt« ** • *« 

Tb be R-S 3: Certsla pr^erfy 
frwitir* 1SM.20 feet on Uie South 
side of Dam ^^eck Road, beginning 
at apwnt IMO fe« East of Oc««a 
Boulevard, hayiiig a depth of 203.90 
feet^^wig ine Westwn pcc^^y 
line (|^t)perty now or formeriy 
Wid^Mn). a width of 1S99.1S feet 
akMig ttie Southon property Une 
(prpoerty now or formerly Upton 
and Gilbert), a depth of iae.W feet 
akxig the Eastern prt^ierty line 
(property now or formerly Maftxxi 
and Beasky). Omtainii^ 22.429 
acres. 

Ta be excluded from the above: 

Parcel i to be C-L 1: C^tain 
property fronting 350 fert more or 
less oo the South side of Dam 
Neck Road, beginning rt a point 
1500 ieei East of Oceana Boule- 
vard. Having depth of 208.90 feet 
aki^ the Western property Une, a 
eoriMfled distance of 770 feet more 
ortess ak»g the Southern p^ope^ 
ty Une. a width of ISO feet akxig 
the Eastern prt^Mrty line. 

Pared 2 to be C-L 1: Certein 
pngaty fronting 600 feet on the 
South ^ of Dam Neck Road, be- 
ginnii^ at a pdat S380 lt& EMt 
of Oceuia Bwdevard. Having a 
depth of 110 feet akM^ the Eastern 
and Weaten property lines, a 
width of an feet more or less along 
im Soutem property luie. 

Paroel 3 to be C-G 1: Certain 



fice addreas bdng: 1064 Saktii 
Street, Menphls. TenQeasee. it is 
wdovd that ^ do qipear h«e 
wMMn Un <10) da^ i^r due pub- 
lication here<rf, and do what may 
be aecwsary to prot^ her inter- 
est in Uiis niit. 
Acof^-lWte: 

JOIN V. I^ENTRESS, Cleric 
By; J. Curtis Fnilt, D.C. 
Bry^ k Bn^tes, p.q. 
130S LadUn Road 
Vii^ia BeiK^. Virgiida 

923-4* 



Take notice thi^ on October 7, 
1965, at 10:00 a.m. at Holt Buick. 
Inc., 17th Street Exteawfed, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, we shall expoae 
to sale one 1983 Chev. In^la 
cwivt., serial nunAer 318e7AlseaaB, 
seized and rqposess«i from Mrs. 
Iris Branscwn, 622 l«h St.. Vir^ 
ia Beach. Virginia, by virtue of the 
tweMJi of a certain conditkxial 
sales contract, dated August 27. 
^^^_ ^ in puna iance of the Unifwrn 
Sales Act erf Virginiarferms ca*. 

Holt Buick, yx. , 
7 Slst & Pwific 

Virginia Beach. Va. 

^33-lt 



vtocuk) mabrteK»tt from afdd de- 
fondue iqMii te growda of wffl> 
ful desetlon ud abodomafnt « 
Nov»d^ 1^. MS. 

And an iffidavtt having been 
made and fUed that the dilendMt 
is a noiKesideiit of the Stal4 <rf 
Vir^Ma, the laat known poet of- 
fice address being: c/o (Hem 
SeweU, Star Route B. 'Homer, 
Aladta, it Is onfared that he do 
appear hoe wHhin tei (10) da^ 
a^ due pubUcation hereof, and 
do wbM may be necessary to 
protect his intare^ in this sutt.^ 
A Co|^— Tarte: 
JOHN V. FENTRES, Oak 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, OeA 
By Mary M. White, D.C. f 
Fine, Fine, Legum. Schwmi k Fine 
Law Building, 
NorfoDt. Virgini* t-16-^ 



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COMMONWEALTH OF VHIGINU 

to tlM Clerk's Offtoe of the Or- 

enil Court of tbe Oty of VIrgWa 



Take notice ttiat on October 11, 
1965. at 10:00 a.m. at Ykk Buick, 
Inc., Btti Street Extended, Virgin- 
ia Beach, Vir^ida, we ibaQ ex- 
pose to sale, one 1904 Olds Cutlass 
2 dr. h-t, serial nwaliw aa4MMI- 
071, adzed and lepoasas ie d bvai 
Kenneth R. , Shinn. 8808 Atlantic 
Avenue. Vtoghria Beach, Virginia, 
by virtue of tte breadi of a c«^ 
tain cowWooal sales contri«ct. dat- 
ed November 1. 1964, in pursuance 
d die Unifortn Sales Act <rf Vir- 
ginia. Terms Cash. , 

HoH Bui<*, Inc. 
* 21st 4 I^cifK 

Vii^nia Beach. Va. 

»^23-lt 



^ VBROINIA 
#lib«t^ efflee ef the Ot^ 
cilit Court of theCtty of VJrgtola 
Beach. OB tte Tib di^ ef Septem- 
ber, 198S. 

IN CHANCERY _i__ 

, , DOCKET NO. 

PARTmoN swarj fr^ 

MILDRED BORST, 
Plaintiff. / ^ 
vs, 



toditf , MK. 

Ortte r af PabM cattoB 

ASBURY WHTlTtHJ) 
STALLWORTH, JR., 

Plaintiff, 

against 
FRANCE^ TILLER 
STALLWORTH. 

Defendant. 

Hie object of tUs sutt k to ob- 
tain a divtffoe a vineuk) matri- 
RionU from the said defendant 
upon flw growdi of oruelty and 
construc^e dea&tkffl- 

And an affidavit having been 
made mi filed 'ttiat flie defeadaitf 
is a noiKeddent d the Sate of 
\%ginla, the laat knirwn port of- 
&» wOnas bdng: 140 No^ood 
Avenue, Satellite Beach, Fktrida, 
it is ordered that she do anwar 
hare within ten (ic() days afta* 
due pubUcation henoi, and do 
vwhat may be necMsary to pro- 
tact her toterest In tfais wiM. 

A Ctopy—Tiste: «^* 

JOHN V. TESTS^^ 

By Mary M. White. D.C. 
Fine, FtK, L^um, Schwap ft Fine 
Law Buil(flng, 
NorfeDc, Virginia— ^—t^^ 



DOROTHY MANCQS ET Afex 
Ddoidants. •^•"^»=™5«^»^-';-'r*" 
ORDER OF MJBUCATiON 
■nie object of this suU is to ef- 
fect partition anaongst the owners, 
pn^erty frorttog 200 feet on the I by aUotment or otherwise In pne 



Souib side of Dam Ne<^ Road, be- 
gini^ at a f(M 18S0 feet more 
(T leas East of Oceana Bwdevard. 
Ki^ a depU) of 150 faR along 
tbt'Utera and Western property 
^laes nd a width of m feet Akaig 
tbaSoirtbem prop«ty Une. 

Parcel 4 to be C-G 2: Certain 
pnqwty frmting 225 feet cm the 
So^ dde of Dam Nedc Road, 
h<»^w<i^ ai a p(^ 2150 feet 
Aero or less East of Oceana BoQ" 
tovard. Havtag a distuiee of 300 
feet tbng ttie Southern and West- 
on prqw^ Unes. aid a conMned 
dbtan(» of 190 fed 4l<«g ttie East- 
«n {»^rty Une. PrincMS .\nne 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, City Cksrii 
By: Mai^pet ¥• Hood. D.C. 



VIRGINIA: 
IB the Clerk's office of the Ctav 
eott Ceort of the City «f Virgtaia 
BernA. M the Stilly of S^tember 



ors «Bd,tf so. Oidr BMnaa art m- 
kmmmi iidr laat kaowi pot 
ujdiji'iMiiiMi tte mi aim m . fiat 
ifae cmml^ iaktimi^ in Us 
suU fair ba^eAiaet and raedver* 
riuqr bwe bean ^;|MiBted (bare- 
for. and if so tbe nanie of the re- 
qjactlve raedven ire urinown 
and their lait bawn poat office 
adih«M8 ar« vaknaam, and the 
stodd^den and flie last known 
cXkE^ atd 4r«etflrs of ^ re- 
spective corponMoitt are luiknown 
and t^ w known post office 
addrassai mm u^oMwn. That ttiora 
are or mif^ be persons other than 
tfaoib named la the Bm of Coro- 
{^aM i^eredad in the reid esate 
to be diqjoaedK^in ttib sidt Mhoae 
naDaas and l«d,kaflmi pod (^ce 
iddmiitf are tftkaown. 

R la, tbarrfore, (ffil^RED fbit 
tiw dwve named peraooa, If Bv> 
ing. and If «|a«l, Adr bdn. de- 
viseaa, Hm cradttors and paraonl 
and tf mttiiMi 
cnrawt^"^*1btt 
tbovt named cw pwaU c ns, tbdr 
reodven. If any. and ttair d»ck- 
holden and lad officers and dl- 
rectors, and an ether persom other 
tibm ttioae herdn named, who ire 
sr n^ be intense b rhe real 
eatatt to be dispofied of In this 
mdt, iriwse nttnes are uaknwro, do 
lypaar witfato m days after doe 
pubUication ef tN? notice and do 
what is ,bBCcaBif|;^to protod tbdr 
latereds. U li ffMiar ORDERED 
that the foretfoiig portion of tUs 
Order be pi^sbed once a week 
fw four sucoesdve weda to ttie 
VlrgMiia Beach Sun a nawipaper 
pdOished in the aty of Virginia 
Beach, Vir^ida. 

Tede: V 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oak 

By J. Curtis FVuit, D,C. 
Mr. Stanle> A. PhO^ p.q. 
Princess Anne Station 
Vtedaia BMcb. Vlfilnla. 

ViiOlNIA 
. b the Clerk's efllae d Ihe Cta^ 
colt Ceort d the Oty d Vkftaria 
Beadi en ttw Mb day d 
ber. ll«. ■- . v- 

IN CBASHXKt NO. SHI 
GVSSIE MAE CHAPLAIN. 
Comj^dnant * 



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i 



Vr*eiUa: 

flte readar meetinc of the Coun- 
d! of tie Cttv d ^b-dnia Beach 
wp be hdd in the Circuit Court 
OB MnrMkv, Sentenri)er 27, 196R d 
]|,o'ck>dc A. M. at whi** time 
pttnons wffl be h«Bird for and 
Mdad tfw follwdn? prooo»«>d 
cbnsBt d zootaig, use patrdts. 
dc.! 

I. Atn*c«t<on of Edward P. Bnv 
mi f«Y a Use Permit to «m«!tnr* 
* a««rtment i't^ o" Lot » «r»^ 
fNFJwNm M fM of Lot SO. 1^'oHt 
pk frwi^tiM* f» feflt m th«» SMJth 
i^ of •^ St'**»t h«»«flnn«n»» d » 
w#rt ■» fN4 0<f BaHlr Avwiue. A 
dr# 1^ IN 1^ dmM ^ Eadent 
01^ We ^ tem »«««*¥ Une. »»kI b^ 
widOi d 50 f*** sWw th" SoiiHv 
#ni nMinerty Une. Vii^^ Beach 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In tte C^esk'B C^ce d ttie Cir- 
cuit Court d the Ctty of Virginia 
Beach, on Ae 15th day d Septem- 
ber. 1965. 

Order d PuMlcatioa 

ROBERT LEE HILL, Plaii^f. 
af^ind 

BETTY JO mix., Dd«^ant 

ttm d)Ject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divoive a RMua d thoro 
to be Is^ merged hito a divorce 
a i^nculo matrinMmU, from the 
said ddendant, upon the grounds 
d teertiw and abandcManed. 

And an affi^vlt having beoi 
made and fUed that the ddendant 
is a noo-re^lent d the State d 
Virgfaiia, the lad known pod d- 
fice address bdng: 1414 Court 
Stred. Alameda, CaUftania, it is 
ordnred that she do ai^ar here 
wifiito ten (10) days a^ due 
pufaUcatim toped, and do what 
may be necessarv to protdct her 
tatered in this sutt. 

A coov— Teste: 

.TOHN V. FENTRBSS. Clerk. 

Bv: Marv M. White, D.C. 
LoweQ K. C3ai%. p.Q. 
•SW VhviBia B<*adi BWd. 
Virginia Beach. Vlr^ia 



tr. A«in!icdJon of rioM"! Oirt- 
Air Adwti^inp bv J. Pder Vfi- 
IMH m. Attomev frr a C*^ Per- 
r*^. to *"*et an W <««♦ h» w '"^ 
bfHywrd on certain pn^iedy {ront- 



ITCHING 

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COMM<mWKALTH OF VmoINI A 

In the Oerit's O'^'ce of the Cir- 
«ilt Court of tfw CItv of Vlrrtn^a 
1leach.Wthe ISth day d Septem- 
ber, 1965. 

nHkrdPnWMdlMi 
FR4NK B. NICKERSON, Plain- 
tiff. 

il^RV ANN NICKERSON. De- 
feni^ant 

TV i^iflft d lihii! suit is to oh- 
N5fi n i^warea a w^n^ ft ♦horn 
5to hft Intiw i««rt»d Irrto a *vorr#> 
A ^iwMiln tn^trirrmnli from th«» s«'d 
^•MwA, upon the grounds d de- 

AM «" '^W»»vH h«v5»M» h«^ 
trade af^ fUM Oat dH> iMfimAp*t 
ta i anHwdtal nf the State of 
fk^M, fl» hit taora pod of- 



d the modes described by law. d 
certain real estate in tbe» City d 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia, known as 
128 South Great Neck Road, d 
which Fred W. Bord and Ruth M. 
Borst died s^zed and possessed. 

And an dfidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendants 
WilUam J. Cotton. Ruth C. Forth, 
Raymond E. Cotton Benjanin Cd- 
ton and "niele C. Vest, are nd 
readents d the State of Virginia 
and that dfligence has been toed 
by or on behaK d the plaintiff, Ifl- 
dred Bord, to ascertain in what 
coudy or corporation the dden- 
dant, Charles L; Cottwi. is, with- 
out ^ect; and the biU stating that 
th«« are or may be persons in- 
terested in the subjed to be (Us- 
pceed d or divided, whose names 
are unknown, and nuddng such 
oersons ddeirfads by the gaieral 
deecripticm of parties unknown, 
qnd affidavit having been made 
n"d filed that sudi parties are un- 
kno'^n, such unknown parties be- 
ing the heirs, devises and succes- 
sors in titie of Evelyn C. Stuart, 
deceas3d. daughter of Ruth M. 
Borst. d-v^ased, and any othw 
perauis who mav be intereded in 
the subjed to be disposed d or 
divided. 

It is ORDERED that the said 
non-r«ddent ddendahts. namdy: 
Wffllam J. Cotton, Ruth C. Fwlh, 
Raymond E. Cotton, Benjamin Cot- 
ton and Thele C. Vest and the 
said (tefendant not found, namely. 
Charles L. Cdton, and the said 
persons made ddendants by the 
general descriptton of "Parties Un- 
known" do aooear within ten days 
after due fwblication d this order 
and do whd is necessary to pro- 
ted their intereste. 

It is furfter ORDERED that the 
foreeoinf! portion d Ma order be 
pdJliAed «»ce a week for four 
successive weeks in toe Vir»»teia 
Bench Sim, a newswroer Dirt)Ushed 
ir the Qty d Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. 
A Coov Teste: 

.TOWN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 
Bv Marv M. White, D.C. 
Caton & Wri^it 
^OS Pact^c Avenue 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia. 

9-l(^ 



CTANCERfc^C^— ' 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, a 
mud^lMd coipordkm, Oon^ldn- 

axA, * . 

vs 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 
h the CleHc's OWce ©f tfce Cli^ 

mH Court d Oe f«v of Vlr^da 

Beach, on the 14th day d 8ep- 

temJbM-. ^mS. 

Oitter d PoMlcatlon 

MARION T. GREGORY, 
Ptaintiff, 
awinst 

SPFi^^fTR M. GREGORY JR.. 

ndenbnt. 

Tbe oblect d this suit h to d>- 
tite a Avwee a mensa d thorn 
to be inergBd bito a tfvoree a 



RICHK^^ WEST, d di, Cd^ 
dffiite. , ( 

ORDER OF PtnjCATION 

The* d)jed rf the dywe dyled 
suit is to seU. free and clear d all 
Uei» and oicumbranccs, for tiie 
satidaction d the U«» therera, 
those certain lots, tracto of par- 
cels of land, situated in the City d 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia, and 
bounded and described as foUows: 
All those cffltain kts, pieces w 
oaivds d laid, situatad in L^«n- 
haven Borough. City d Vfa-ginia 
Beach. State d- Vhrdnia. known, 
numbered and desimded on that 
certain plat entitled "Map of Ead- 
Norfolk, Princess Anne Co., Vir- 
ginia." dated November, 1906. 
made bv t. C. Foranan. C. E:. 
whidi plat is dulv of record Ui the 
aerk's Office d the Circuit Court 
d tiie Citv d \nrdnia Beach, Vi.'- 
ginia. in Mao Book 4 at Page 191. 
as Lote 12 wid 14 throuji 30 in 
Block 53: Lots 14 tiiroudi 24 and 
27 throuBh 37 in Block 50: Lot 36 
in Block 86; Lots 1 thrjuch 13 in 
Riock 110; and Lote 31 and 32 in 
Block 114: rder«we to which olat 
is herebv madw for a more par- 
ticular descridion of said lots. 

And it aon^rine from the aver- 
niMits d the BiU d Comolaid 
filed herein and by Affidavit duly 
filed: 

FJRST: That dfliffence has been 
uned bv and <m behaH d the com- 
nlataiant to aseertoin hi wha^ eoun- 
tv or corooratkwi the fo^llowing de- 
fendants are. without e^ert. ani 
t^eir last known rt»t office »d- 
dress.'s, vihae known, are as fol- 
lows: n ^ 
RirH»n<Hid W^, 

pddr««s imknown. 
L. V Koontz find Ed^ Komtz, 
hiijilbAnd and wlfp. i 

f5,s,ri«>«t«n. West Virginia. 

Be^la Henson nks Belle Homson. 

prMr^f unknown. 
S. M. Hfll>«»ri«on. , 

r»»ftrlM»on. West Vireinia. 
E"" *!. Simons, widow. 

ni)^rpe<( nnknown. 
<!t«rf"H SimntKHis, aka Stadord 

S't^wHWIS. 

AdftrvMiji nnknowm 
Mp-waH Sinamis, aka Maxwdl 

R?**wiions, 

p<Mfo«n unkrwwn. 
J T .T«/«tc«w & Co. d (3endailn. 

rii>wV»nin W'»«t Virf^a. 
r^^^ot*rm W«(8t VlrfHnN. 

«iiit mav hv* d»«>d k-sfl^ Wru 
deviaeMi. iieri|nnal ranpnafWwWM. 
aiffvlvbig oOBiQcy, or Bes crec^ 



JE9INIE E. WEYER, Execdrix 
d tbaEdato d Clara L. Wcyer, 
Decooed, d als.. 
Defendai^ 

(HOHBR OP PUnJCATION 
Hie d>jied d the ipbove dyled 
suit Is to qdd and eatabliib the 
title d ttM oomidalnrat herdn to 
certain Ida d land sttiiate to the 
aty d Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
more partlodarlytdesaribed ai foi- 
bws: 

AH bto In Blocks One (1) 
tiluxMgh Thirteen (IS) both Inch^ 
dve, on a eertdn ^t oititled 
"Vbi^a Beach Annex, Princess 
Anne County, Ameodad Plat," 
dated May 19fi6, made by Raymond 
C. Ateiond, C. L. S.. and duly d 
reiBOKl in ^ Cleric's Office d the 
Omiit Court d the City d Vir- 
ginU Beach, Virginia, in Map 
Book 41, d Pige 41; leas md ejt- 
ceptkig therefrom, however, all d 
lote numbered Twenty (20) 
through Thirty foot (34) in pkick 
f^teen (IS), both inclusive. 

And it appearing by dfidavit 
duly filed according to law thd 
proems herdofore issued bi this 
cmise agdnd I^ E. Davie, 
Mary E. Harford. J. R. Cartw, 
Horace F. Sndth, Aleaae C. Owens, 
and Hugh Edward Owens, and Ar- 
tlMjr J. Murplty has bem r^imed 
by the City Sergeant d the Oty d 
NorfoUt, Virginia "Nd Found", 
and due dilii«ice has been used 
and exercised by or on bdialf d 
the complainant herdn to asco-- 
lato in whd coi|nty or corporatkm 
they now res^ without dfect, and 
thd the address d th^e defen- 
dante stUl ronatos unknown to the 
oomplafaiad heridn; moA, 

Ttal process lieretdore issued in 
this cause againd W. B. Ran- 
dolph, aka W. B. Randolph; Ban- 
dog Estotes, Inoorporated, aka 
Rudolph Estates, hicorporated, C. 
A. Bidhers. and R. Nelaon has 
been returned by the City Se^ 
gead d the City d Virginia 
Beach, Virginia "I«d Found," and 
due diUgo^ baa baa used and 
exercised by or on bdiaK d the 
tionq^dnant hereto to asceitdn to 
whd eoudy or aH^oratkm they 
now redde wiSxMt eitect, and that 
thef Micbeas d theoe ddeodanto 
stiU renudna unknown to Qie com- 
pUiMot ha«iB; and, 

tbat ]»Dcon berdalore Inued In 
Olo cMse againd W. R. Wood 
baa been rebffned by the Ctty Ser 
gead d the City d Chespeake, 
"Nd Found." ind 4m dfli|ieoo 
has bean mad did axtrdied by 
or on bihalf d the oompl«iinad 
herdn to ascertain to whd county 
or oaporatton be now regies 
without eSect, md thd the addx^s 
d this 6e§miasA stQI r«ndns un- 
known to ttie compbiinant herdn; 

and, 

liid {Htic^i beretotoe issued to 
this cause a^dnd Mamie E. Mac- 
QAbta, Maude R MwsCiiibbi. and 
Geoigi & HtfOdtti. aioi 
Qaorii B. MdJoUbbi. Jr.. has been 



Ihawi Csady» Virginia. "Nd 
F%Md." Md doe ffilgence baa 
bees niad and axireM <^ or « 
behdf d the cianpl a ln a nt hwdn 
to aaoirtito ta what eounty or ear- 
piraliea they now radde withmH 
mttlt. and ttid the addreaa d 
ihaae ddendante dfll remafais n- 
fawmi to flie neoidafaUBt h«da; 
and. 

tlMt ha is ^advlaod. and vori^ 
bdiavea after (BUgent taKphry, thd 
C. W. HatreU, one d the odglaal 
ddoxfaato herein proceeded 
agalitft, is now d^eas^ asod thd 
his sole dei^Me, purauuit to fte 
tamtt d his Uot will and'..te«ta- 
ment. la Mahd M. iterett. who 
reddea d 3S73 Princess Anne 
Road. Virgil^ Beach, Virginto: 
aad, 

iSid he is advtoed. and ¥«rfiy 
baMavea after di^mt toqdry. thd 
J. F, Woodbouae, one of the origi 
nd defendoUs herdn {»t>ceeded 
againd, is now dec^ae*^, and [W- 
i t to th e tamM of his iad wiU 
and teatimant the prapoty which 
is part d the sdijed matter h»e- 
d was devised to Mrs. J. F. Wood- 
bouae., ^Ao is now decea^. and 
puraoiBt to the t«ma d her lad 
will and teat«nent the real estate 
herdofDM ofwaed by J. F. Woodl- 
houai «ai devised to Bdty W. 
Miqm, I'M ^' Woodiide Lane. Vir- 
^oia Baadi. VIxfida, Stfa W An- 
^«W8. S16 Keatea Ptawe, RaM^i, 
Mh CTaroUna and John Frod 
mndtxiuse, 12 Red Oak Roid, 
Ashevflle, NorUi CaroUna; and. 

That C. H. Norman, one of the 
(H^nal parties defendant ho-e- 
ta laaceeded a^dnd by order d* 
pui)ttcatk«. did convey his totered 
to die imipa^ vi^iidi is Uie sub- 
jed njatter bdeof to A. M. Uguro 
Ity deed afif»asiB$ d recwd to 
the Clerk's Office of this Court to 
Deed Book 91. d Page 276; ttiat 
the address d the said A. M L^ 
{pan, 1^ due dlUgence bdng ex- 
ardaed by (ff on bflbdf d tiie com- 
plataimt to aacertato to what dnin 
ty or corporation he now restda. 
atin remains to ti» comfdatoant 
unknown; and, ^:::f^t:^ j, zi :^ ^ 
Thd th»e are or may Be^Sftr 
pttwms who are interested in the 
subjed matter of this cause, whose 
names and addraase^i to the (com- 
plainant herdn are unkn-mn; thd 
some of the parties heretdore 
Mined as parties defendant, and 
tfie additimal parties ho^in sd 
faih may be deceased, aiul if so 
Am names and addresses d their 
reepecttve hdrs or devisees are to 
ttia ccn^ataant tnknown: that the 
Mnae sand addreases d the con- 
sorts d sudi d them as may hnve 
been niaried the names and ad- 
dresses d ttwlr respective succes- 
sors. asdgBi. or any 1^ creditors 
are to the cranplatoad imknown, 
and the same are proceeded 
against herein under the general 
(^criptton d "Parties Unknown;" 
tt is tiierdore: ~^ 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED and 
DECREED thd Hu^ E. Davie, 
Mary E. Hartord. J. R. Carter. 
Hwace F. Snaith, Alease C. 
Owens and Hu|^ Edward Ow^u, 
Arthur J. Murphy, W. ». Ran- 
doHih. aka W. B. Rudolph. Han- 
ded Estotes, Incorporated, akA 
R^l^ Estotes. Incfflixn-ated. C. 
A. Bidhers, R. Nelson W. R. 
Wood. Mamie E. MaoCuU>in. 
Maude R. MacCubbto, George B. 
MacCubbin, aka George B. Mac- 
Cubbto. Jr.. Sara W. Andrews. 
John Frost Woodhouse and A. M. 
Legum, do appear withto ten (10) 
days after due publication of this 
crder and do wlid is necessary to 
proted their toto^ herein; and 
it is further ADJUDGED. ORDER- 
ED fflid DECREED that this order 
be published mcx a week for four 
A) successive weeks in the Vir- 
gtoia Beadi Sun. a newspaper pub- 
Ushed to the City of Virginia Beach, 
V^i^into. 
A Copy— Tede: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 
By J. Curtis FVuit. D.C. 
Herbert S. Rdd. Jr., p.q. 
aooe Atipk: Avenue 
Vlr^da Beach, Viifmia, 



Ifr. 1^aDdat«A.BoyiBe.Alty. 
MB N. natt IM 

VIrgida Beach. Vtrg^a. 



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9^1641 



COBMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

la the Clerk's Office d the Cta^ 
edt Coart d the City d Virgtaia 
BeaiA. on flie Tcnfli day d Sep- 
tonber, UCS. 

Order d PdMoatloa 

JUDY FAYE BRADSHAW, 

toft PlainUif . 

i|{aind 

JOHN ALLEN BRADSHAW. 

Defarioit 

Ihe objed d this suit Is to ob- 
tetai a Dtwuoe a vfa^culo patrtanoni. 
custody Ium! mpport from toe said 
deltei^uit. upon the grounds d 
crudty. And an a£MavH having 
been made and fited tsaH tfw de- 
fendant is a non4«^ksit d fte 
Stote d Vfa-^nia. the lad known 
pod of^ address bdng: U.S.S. 
TicOTderoga (CVA-M) V-O Divi- 
stoh. F.P.O. San Frandsco, CiiUf.. 
it is (sr^teeeA that he do at^sear ho^ 
withto 10 (ten) days afta* due pub- 
Ucrtion h»ed, and do y^ may 
be nec^uiry to i»dcd Ida toterelt 
to tUs suit. 

A MRy-T^ste: 



3Cm V. FENTRESS. Ctek 
idomd l9 te SMS ol Mat-' By J- Qstii ftoK. D. C. 



SthfE. HIGBWAr O0MM£^ON- 
m OF VIRGtNU, Pdktoner, 

V. 

TBmMk M. WASHINGTON tmd 
FKED WASHINGTON, btf hi»- 
band; JUDITH MILLER, widow; 

I PKiDIE a MO^USl, unnar- 
rted; 6LAD1BS i. MfidWN and 
WILLIAM USE mtOWN. her 
l^md, c/o JUDITH MILLER. 
4BM Hdland Road. Wgbito 
Beadi, Vir^da. 

ANN M. SIVER8, JESSIE W. SI- 
VERS, GEORGr MIUER, 
KJZABETH M. SELBY, DAN- 
IEL MILLER, and if they, be 

*.--—»-_ J * * * * — M^i turn ■ ■>* ^ — . 

oHMi, tnenr^ Burviviflg spouses, 
bifav d law, deviaees or udgns, 
eiocpt those named dx^ve, 
whose nuntf are unknown, and 
tfidr reflective Uen creditors, if 
any there be, and aU other per- 
sons '^ are or may be toter- 
.ested in toe propwty to be con- 
demned to these proceedings, aU 
d said parties bdi« hereby 
piKseectod againd by ttie gene- 
al descriptkm d "Parties Un- 
known," DdendaMte. 

(Mer d Pahttcatktt 
Ihe d)jeet d this nitt is for the 
petitioner to acquire by condem- 
natkm the fee simple tttto. includ- 
ing but not Umited to, aU ease- 
ments d access, Ught and air, to- 
cidNit to the lands abutUng iQKm 
said prqierty takm fw a limited 
access hi{^way, and iqxm aity 
ramps, \ot^ or connectkais at w 
with toteraecttag highways, and 
dl righto d Ingres and e^rea to 
and from the said road, said par- 
ed of land to be taken being da- 
icrfiied as foDows: 

PARCEL A— Bdng as ^sm 00 
£3ied 501-25 d the plans to be 
used for Route 44, Stote Hi^ay 
Projed 0044-134-101, R/W 201, and 
lytog on the sdithwed (Idt) dde, 
d HoUand Road basdtoe and ad- 
jaooit to the ,extottog southwest 
ri^ d way Une d Hdland. Road 
from the lands d the landowner 
<^Bpo8tte • ap{xt»dnuite l^atim f 
plus 00 to the lands of Roctoey 
Harris anl Ivia Walke Green op- 
podte approximate Stotion 8 plus 
84 and cwtaining O.0B4 aiate, more 
<ft leal, Imd; and bdi« a p«ft 
of tfie same land acquired by the 
landowner from Richard Krahen- 
bOl and Jennie KrahenbiU by deed 
dated Fdiruary 24. 1943, md re- 
corded to Deed Book 216. Page 184. 
to the dfice d the Gerk d the 
OrcuH Pourt d the Oty of Vir- 
gtoto Beadi. ^ 

PARCEL B— A p«Tidual ease- 
ma^ and ri^ d way fw the con- 
staction. dperdk»i and maii^ 
nance of tdephono Une faciUties. 
tochiding any and aU necessary at- 
tochmento sad ai^urtmances 
toneto. akmg and contiguous to 
the proposed Southwed ri^ of 
way Um of paM Hdland Road 
frmi opposite approximate Stotion 
8 plus 34 to/oppodte ai^rosmate 
Stotion 8 i^us 95. ^ 

Hie above parties are fierd)y 
notified that the State Highway 
Conwnlssioner d Virginia w«U on 
the 24th day d September. 1965, 
at 9:00 o'ckick A.M., or as soon 
tiiOTeafter as counsel may be 
heard, move the Judge of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virgtaia 
Beach, at the C(Nirthouse d Prin- 
cess Anne, for the appomtmrat of 
Cknnmissioners to ascertam which 
wiU constiti^ jud cisnpensatioR 
for the lands above desmbed be- 
kmgtog to ^u, which the ^ate 
fli^yay Commission proposes to 
condennn for the kication, con- 
startK:tion, operation and matote- 
nance d ^te Highway lUmte 44. 
Projed 0044-134-101, R/W 201, to 
the Qty of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginto; said pared being as shown 
on plan sheets attodied to Ihe pe- 
titton this day filed to the above 
styled cause; and to award dam- 
ages, if any, resilUng to the adja- 
cent and otho" propaly d the 
owno-s, beyond ttie enhancem^it 
to value whldi may acmnie to 
sak} prop«^ as a result d the 
location, condnictian, operation 
and matotenance, d said highway. 
Ihe owno^ip. locatiMi and de- 
scription of tiie property to be 
oii^anned and the easemoits to 
c(HUiecti(ai ttierewitfa, ttie, nature 
d t^ c(»istructk» and the loca- 
tkm d said hl^way wffl fuUy ap- 
pear bv rder«ice to said petitiwi 
^ exh&its <0 fik to the Clerk's 
Office d ttie sdd Circuit Court d 
ttie City d Virginto Beadi. 

Affidavit bavto^ bem made thd 
Ann M. Sivers, Jessie W. Svers. 
George W&er, EUzabetti M. Sel- 
by. mi Danid MQDer m^ im^ res- 
ideds d the Stftto d Vfa^nto, 
after dite dU^nce on the part of 
the pd^iQer to ascdtam in ^at 
C(Mtoty « OffpcMratl^ ttie said 
Ann M. Siwrs. ie^e W. Swrs. 
George Miller. EUzabetti M. Sd- 
by. and Dadd MiUer redde. witti- 
flut effafi, and Aa baki at^law 
or devtaeet or ad^oa. If aity, d 
die said Ann M. Sven. Mmk W. 



mm$, Qmtm lOar. laiiabeft 
M. Sdfy, and Itedd Itter beb« 
udomni, an! tMr rapectlve u^ 
cfadtan aad d dhe parties to-^ 
l^wM to ttieae pipc^odinp beii« 
uaknoip to the pdWooa- who has 
bean wdtfe to ddaoaotae omt 
namaa nd adAfeoN dter dw 
dUlgeoce qwn Us part to do so. 
a& d aaki partiea ara pw^eded 
i^dnd wtAat ttia geno^ deserip- 
tk» d "Parties Itoknown.'.' 

It U acconUi!^ (KtDERED ttiat 
ttK above named perswis who are 
«■ may be inter^ted to ttie prop- 
oty to be condenmed in ttie^ 
proceedb^ uppevr wittito t^ dO) 
<hiys aflar doe pubUcatkn d this 
Ord« tfid do what b necessary to 

pnMtod ttidr idn?^ 

It is furth» ORDERED, ttiat 
ttiis Older be pobUdiad once a 
wedt for tare loco^ve weda ta 
ttie Vfrgfada Beach Sun. a news- 
paper publisfaed to the City of 
Virginia Beadi. and ttiat a c<vy 
d Uiis Order be posted d ttie 
frod door d flie ttourfhoar^ 



tile Orcutt Court d ttie CHy nf 

Virgida B«h^ { 
A C<w— Teite: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Oerll^ 
By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. Ct 

Messs. KeUam k Kellam, p.q. 

Board d Trade BuiVling 

NorioUc Virgtada 

M4t 

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VIRGINU ' 

fti ttie O^k's OlDce d tti« Orcuit 
Court d ttie aty d Vii^nto Beach 
on ttie tot day d September, 1966. 

b ChMKery 
TAPO CORPORATION, Complain- 
ant, . i, 

V. . ^ ^ ■ 

JOSEPH BRnr, 513 Pine HoBow, 
NorfoDt. Virginto. VIOLA BRITT, 
513 Pine Holtow, Norfolk. Vir- 
ginia, WILLIS THOMAS POOU:. 
JR.. An Infad, 1241 VaUey Ave- 
nue, S.E., Wishington, D. 
C. RAYMOND NATHANIEL 
TOOLE, An Infant. 1241 VaUey 
Avei^ie. S.E., Wasobgton, D.C, 
and RUDOLPH POOLE LEWIS, 
1402 fi. Onley Road. Nortok. 
Virginto, Defendants. -s===^ 

Order d PdilleatloB 
Hie dijed d this suit is to par- 
tition the haidnftfto* descrOied 
real {ut^rty to one <tf the modes ' 
prescribed by law, to adjudicate 
the fee simple ffwaen of said 
property; sdd f«opaiy being sit- 
uate to the City d Vir^a Bewh. 
Virgmia, and being more partfeu- 
larly bounded and fltescribed.as 

foDoWB; to^vitj—r*'' ' "■'J:¥:tiV -J B ^| tr"° 

AU ttiat certsm ^iece or pflrc# 
of land, tc^dho- wtth ttie buildtog.< 
and to>^nt)vemento thereon, situate 
to Bayside Bwou^, City of Vir- 
ginia B^^. \nrglato (formerly 
I^incxss Anne County), more par- 
ticularty bounded and described as 
foUows: ^ 

Begtoning d a potot on the wed 
skk /d Bayside Road as shown cm 
plat made by S. W. Armistead, 
C.E.. dated Augud 3, 1939, and 
dufy recced, 164J fed fnan a 
potot. hn dd pipe on ttie western 
Une of said roml, and fnnn such 
potot nmntog northerly 164.3 fed 
to Newsoms' farm Lane; thence 
runntog to an easttfly direction 
S. 54''22' E. 1,197.1 feet to an dd 
pipe; ttioice to a smittio-ly direc- 
tion 156.6 fed to a potot to the 
eastern Une d ttie property whidi | 
is the sub^ of an agreement | 
mentioned fa deed recorded in | 
Deed Book U8. Page 582; ttience ? 
fa a westerly diredion S. 54''38' E. j 
1,221.5 feet to ttie pofat of begin- | 
ning on Bayside Road, containmg t| 
4.35 acres. | 

An Affidavit havtag been made ; 
that the foUowmg defendants are ' 
non-residents of the CkHnmonwedth ; 
of Virginto, and that ttieir lad ; 
known Post Office addresses were ^ 
as Mows: Willis Thonas Poole. : 
Jr., an Infant. (1241 Valtey Avawe. 
S.E.. Washingt(Mi, D. C, Raymond 
Nathaniel Poole, an Idad. 1S41 
VaUey Avenue, S.E., Washington,. 
D.C, or if ttiey be nd Uvfag, tiidr ; 
heirs or any dher pvsons. wIm 
may have an totered fa ttiis md- : 
ta*; ffiid It is prdered Qiat ttie ) 
above n^ntkmed parties, and l^rs f- 
or ottiers peraons or their heirs or '* 
assigns, who niay have an interest '^ 
fa this matter as devisees and as- f 
signs, are h«^ required to ao- • 
near ^thfa ten (10) days after 
due pubUcation hcired and do 
v;hat may be necessarv to nrotect 
their respectbe fa4»r^; and it is 
fui^ier m-do^d ttiat a coov d 
this order be posted fa »he f»wit of 
the Courttioose of the Circuit 
Court of Ae City d Virginia 
Beadi. Vir^ia. not less than t»»n 
(10) days before ai^Ucation for 
aooointmed d commissiona' is 
made hoefa. and ttiat code* of 
this ordK" be "at the same time 
mailed to non-reddait ddendante 
at tiie nod <fflce addresses an- 
peartog to ttie iMisvfL It is furth- 
a ord@«d ^t ttie above nortton , 
d this (vder be pubUdied once 
a weds for four (4) successip^ . 
weeks in ttie Virginto Beach Sm 
a m*wsDm>er publidipd in fte CSty 
d ^^rgtaia Bwidi. Vlr^nia 
Tede: JOHN V. FENTRESS. 

CSeric 
By: J.Qirti&lkait,acf 
Alkii J. {pardon, p.<t 



I 



■ iialaliiii iiiiiiimijMfc. m 
Vk^iia Wmm « Hm M dijr 

# •* 

fS. . 

1^ ot»lrt ij % nrit is for 
the carai^WHMt to obWb ban 
^ d^endi^ a A«or» a vluaio 
BiatriinMU on tlw Dounb of d^- 
aertiao md alGMMt fiwiim bm 
Bude said pUaW Imm oented 
due dfli^iM to aaeotaio wifttn 
wUch cnnty w OdrponMen dclio. 
dent reddM widiom etei^ A« li 
hereby reqiMlll IQ «||wnr i«tth^ 
ten days atier 4m F*MriHon Imt- 
of ai^ d»frtuA mqp te BMMnrjr te^ 
protect bar MifvttL It ii ordand 
that this ocdp- be pgbtebed oice 
a w^ for foqr mti^mtn wedb 
li the Va. BmkU Siil. a imrgpaps 
having a gamti drcidtrtko ia ttiis 
at y . — .- 

JOHN y. isrmi^ oet 

Teste: R. WfiutDn Baio. Cierfc 
By: Mary M. Whtte. D.C. 



WiUiam T. Parker, 
e04Court StTMt 
pcsismouth. Vfrpaki p.q. 



»M 



iiX)MMONWEALTH (MP VmGIN|A 

In the Ckrk'f pifiee ef the Clr- 
i^CeiiH of the 0(7 of Vkghiia 
Beadi, on the TiaA daj ef 8^ 
tonlier, IML 

Order Of Pnhlinifia 

BOXIE FAYS VIDiAU 

Plaintiff, 

against 

JOSEPH PAUL VIDAL, 

Defemiant 

llie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrinxmi, 
custody, £0x1 f^ipiHt from the said 
defendant, vipon grounds d deser- 
tion. And an affidavit havii^ Ikeen 
iBMie and filed that the de^idant 
is a uMi-residait of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: S37 Bouny 
Street, Algwrs, Louisiana, it is or- 
ifered tiiat be do a{^>ear here with- 
in 10 (ten) days after due i»ib- 
lication hereof, and do what niay 
be necessary to protect his interest 
Bi this suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 
^ JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerfe. 

J. Curtis Fruit. D. C. 
Theodore A. Boycd, 

105 N. Plaza TraD 

.Prii^iess Acoe Pki^, 

<>!rgi:iia Eeiadi, \^^i^, 

9-l(Mt 



COMMONWEALia OF VOOINU 

In the CIerk}s C^ice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of tt)e Cify (rf Vu-ginia 
Beach, on the 1st dn^ of S^tem- 
ber, 1965. 

Or^ of PMIeattM 
CHRISTA RbSEMARIE HAR- 
VEY, fafL, Plaintiff, 
against 
JAMES HARRY HARVEY, De- 
fendant 



JH (Mm of Ibis suit te H ob. 
tab a dbwN « tmm m Avo «« 
ba laM wrpd tat» a fliiji^ a 
v%^ mabrbno^ tram tt» um 

I 4 



Vtm Mm grwadi 



^ «• Mm kmfm b«4 
fl^fe nd flM ttir 0i delist 
to i ioNvridsBt il At amt «f Vlr- 
^^ *• tost tamm post office 
•«*ii Mag: Bonfee «, Parish, 
i^m Yoit, tt is odered ttat ha 
fo WW Jwe v^Ub ta (tt) 
(fayi iA« doe piMeMiQQ teiof . 
nd do wlHt m^jp be BocsMary to 
Protod his iBiercat ia this aott. 

JOHN V. mmmss, ckA 

By: Mary M. mite. D.a 

Law* K. Otttie, p.q, 
am Vb-gtaia Beach Bhrd. 
Vir^^ria Beach. VIrffala 



to the derk'i OIR* of the Orodl 
Court of the Qty of ^rgioia Beacb 
OB tfaa taiday of S^lMber. ige& 

€Nvaf P^Meattia 
wMWa If- ipcia^mT, noninF 
M* of the estate oT SCA/AfCXf 
SiatH. deceaaed. PetitioiMr, 

V. 

JEfflSEY SMITH. SI Gramnercy 
Place, AOantic City. New Jersey, 
WmJAM SMim 36 Stfa Straet. 
Salem. Nlw .feritgr, MAUMCS 
SMiTB. Box «. BMdand, New 
Jersey, WILL£S SUnU, Box «. 
Mteiay, New Jenqr, CRAIOJE 
SMITH. SOS North BancrofI 
Street. PhiadelpUa 32, Pa.. 
MAUDE WILLIAMS, 3S7 Bird- 
neck Circte, Virginia Beach, Vl^ 
gnia. LKWUi GASKQ^ am 
Pklfrat ^Maw. 4)etrolt 2. Mkb- 
igin, RUSSQl. WILLIAMS, 1017 
Kenya Lme, ^^toi a BeMh, 
Virginia, B.IZAMSTH EVER- 
K ETT. MS Byleway, I^m^vai 
Station, Vfa^ghiia Beach. Vb^ 
ia., I^NOY BOGinSS. 90 Down- 
lag Street, Apt 25, Brooklyn «, 
New YoA, PEKCEU. WIL- 
LIAMS. Berkshire Apartmeits, 
300 West FraaUin Street. Rich- 
mood. Virgbia, MAR8HAIX 
SMITH, 922 Tunstall i^eme, 
Norfolk, Virginia. MARY JOHN- 
Sm. 1382 Virginia Beach Bon- 
levard^ Virginia Beach, Vkginia. 
BESSIE ALLEN, 820 IStfa Street. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, ELLA 
CUFFEY, Hickory SUtion, Cries' 
apeidce, V irginia , MRS. WILLIE 
MAfe BAXTER, 1^0 First Co- 
lonial Road, Vn-ginia BeMJi, Vir- 
^da. CLINTON WHITE:, 2312 
Maltl^ Avenue. N<vfolk. Virgin- 
ia, LAURA JANE WRITE, IMO 
E St Soirtfaeast, WasMa^OD 3, 
raiNRY WHUC. 7tt C 
Alnmue, Ncriolk, Vii^inia. MRS. 
MARY WATTS, 1514 St Julian 
Min, Norfolk, fl^bla. Ba- 
^spcioiifats. 

Ae d|>ject of th^ sutt is l» ecm- 
strue &ke oitate of Solonon Smi&, 
to determine (1) who will receive 
the hiods received by the ^^te 
aad (2) to K^Kxn the admN^a- 
tkm costs, e^te inhait»ce taxes, 
and the e^te hMome taxes, shall 
be charged; and an afOdavtt ^v- 
big beto filed that S&BP! 
SMTIH, WILUAM a^H. MAU- 
RICE SMJ^ mUJS SMITH, 



i^Hi 



m^ 



iHte ol 0* m» of ^M tt kk 
ordyed tM ^ stforajni^ nan- 
mi$tm upm ii tta sAi aM 
wiita ten i^ tkm <fae ^bUca- 
00^ ta tfaa Vh^ Mifc Ml, a 
aainiMper hgrn^ pm^ eirsidt- 
(tw in the (% d Vte^An Bnm:^, 
Vb^i^ sBd da wJial oiay ha 
IM^nary to protect Hieir intevsts 
hi the said suit 
A e^V^IMe: 
JMM V. FiWilUSK, OmtI 
1^: Mm7 M. Wbtta. DC. 
Brydps li Breyte. p.%. 
ISBt LttriEbi Rdad 
VtafgUa Baacb. VIrgUa 

»«4t 



OfMIMONWKALtH or VOMUNU 

In Oe Out's Office of the Ch^ 
cuit Coiui (tf Uie aty d ^^rghiia 
BmA, 00 Urn B^ diy (rf August. 



* Order ol 

EDWARD J. Oj^MK Fteintffl. 

VnUHI A. a^m, Defeodn^ 
The ob|Mt ofm suit b b «IE- 
tlta a dvorce a vincido naaMmoni 
tttm the nid defendant iqxm the 
irauidi d more H^ two ]^n 
eoBanf io B i mA wlUm»sM se|H 



And m 4MilH| kavlu haen 
made m4^Wk %^lMnl 

Virgiola, Ae kit kaewn poit o(' 
flee address b^ Uf % MBIh 
Street New York, Nmt YoA. tt is 
oittered that i^ do tffmt here 
a^thin 10 (tea) days arar dua 1M>- 
Uc^w hereof, and do what may 
be nac^sary to ppotect ber kitat- 
Mt tai tblsmitt 
A aq;>y— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. C3ei* 
By: J. Offtis Ftuit D.C. 
Mr. Made V. Marlowe. 4^^ 
801 Plaza (tee 
Hufoki VirgiDia 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

la the aerk's Office of the Cbr- 
cuit Court d tiie aty d Viri^nia 
Be«A. (» the 2Stb daro( Ai^»t 
1«5. \ 

Older of Pobtteatiaa ^^ 

E\^YN LOIS O'HAR^i^^Blato- 
tiff. against 

RICHARD UAJJDOIM OlIARA, 
Def^Klant 

The objecA of this suit is to <^ 
tahi a ifiv(Ht» a vuioilo matrbnoid 
tnm the sidd defendnA tqxMi the 
ground^ of more tlsn two years 
antbuMus and untotevupted s^ 
ar^foo. 

And an affidavit havbig ben 
BMde wd t^&ak fli^ defoidam 
is a B^iKesident of the State d 
Virpgi^ the Ift^ kxmpt ^ o^ce 
addnsa b^ unknoiWB, tt li ot- 
derad te^ ha do app^ hm witt- 
te 10 (la) 6»fs after d»rpid)ti<»- 
tion berettf, md 6o what may be 
necessary to protect his interert 
in this sutt. 

A c«vy— Teste: ^ 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, derk- 

By: J. Civtis Fruit D.C. 
Hr. Made V. Marlowe. A^. 

Norfolk. 

»4-4t 



eBt OaM el iia ttli^ af Vhrg^ 
Bm^ on tbi IM day of Augoitf 

MIB. ^ 

•itoal raiMiillii 

i^uLAH D. mjtcimsttr. 



CH/yUJS THOMAS HUTCQN. 
KM, JR„ bs^nhwt 

The oi^ of dris Sim to tooM 
tobi a #irw6a a fhpla MlffaMBi 
horn ttw said (^ndwt vftm tba 
erottadi or m^tMm of mora 
ffiui bM9 ^urs in.ac(x>rdance i^ 
Set^ 21^1 {») of Ike Code d 
Vfrgjnia. 

And an affidavtt having base 
made K«l Old that tfae dafendaiii 
is a HMHwddsBt of Uw Stale of 
Vlr^ito, Mm tal kMmi post alfioi 
■ttirMi bailc uo "t* 'Sttaat 

N.V.. Wmmogm. a (X, it to or- 
(torai tbiA he da igpatf h«% wtth* 
in tt (te) difl altar du« puUica- 
tioB hoaef. .ani da a^t may be 
Be ett sary to frota^ his inteeat 
fai ttOs sutt. 

X^ V. T&ffKBSS, Cterk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C , 

Measp. KeOam & KeDun. Mtys.' 

Boaidof Trada BiiiUtag 

Norfolk,. Vir^dit 

WMt 



COIfWmifXALIS OF Wii»iiA 

In the CMC's Office of the Or- 
cuit Court of the Oty of Vir^lntoi 
Beadi, on the 27th day of Au^st 
1965. 

oner ai pbbwhbbb 

RIOIARD H. TAYLOR, Hafai- 
tiff, 
agidBst i 

ROSE tIRGINU TAYLOR, De- 
teida^ 

The object of this suit to to <4}- 
tidii a dhwce a moisa d thora 
to be later merged into an a vi» 
cub mMrimoni from the said de- 
f endairt upon the §proun& d dewr< 
tion. 

And an affUavit havbig beea 
ma^ and filed that the (Pendant 
to a iKMM^ident of tiie State of 
Vbrgjaia, the last known post office 
ad£e« being: 129 S. Mdsane St. 
BurUi^n. North Carolina, It to 
enfei^d that she do appear here 
within 10 (toi) days after diw pub- 
lication Iwrettf, and do whak may 
be n«:essary to prot^t tm into^ 
est fa! thto milt 

A copy— T»te: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

J. Dirtis Ftuit, Defufy Clcik 
Messrs. Brydgas k Bn^les, A^s. 
138BLU]dnR(»d 
Vii^giQia, Beadi, Virgmia 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, September 23, 1965 



i"TSI> -4Hr#T» 



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7S 






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mmm 



0et results! 



ANNQLNCEMENTS 



#** 



10 SfMdal NoHcaa 



Wm WEIGHT safely with Da(- 
A-DM ta^ts. Oidy 98c at your 
(frag i<ore. , Mm 



II Transportatimi 



A * F Driveaways Inc-Wa will 
dsttv« yoiff car to or irem «7 
(Ay. GNMftdly setetod drivers 
Cadi OHM. 

tfii 



AUTOMOTIVE 



U61 M. G. ^?«tsc«r. Vh-^nia 
Beach Lurter Qxnpany, m 
Nortb>BinkMck Read, caU 4M-2M1. 

l-lMb 



A 19S0 Shnca. In good condition. 
Prk:e|20O cash. CaQ 42^084 and 
ask for Robert C. Harris between 
7:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m. 9-16-tfn 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 AppUan^SarvIcaa 






"WterfftA^s^f 



94^ 



^#JCX»^€A\ENTS 



10 Ipfcial K^faa 



ANY PERSON witnessing an au- 
toRiobik accida^t at the iirtersec- 
tion of Virginia Beach fflyd. ami 
Plaza Trafl, Virginia Beach, Sat- 
lirdajE, 'Sqitemba: 4, 19K. about 
10 A.M. bivolvfaig a sportscar (IH- 
4) and a bl«^ Ftml, please call 
MA 24307 or write Hie Virgbia 
B^idi Sun, Box No. 126. 

»-234&i 



ALTERAT|0>^5-RB»Allt 



ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS - 
Repladng ffoor |ois^ vaA s^, 
porches aiKi steps, teave your 
building ptd^ma to ut. Sobtf , 
20 years experi^Ke. Iliank yoo. 
B. F. Bell, Jr. MA %9M. 8-19-t£o 



WALSH AND SONS 

Building atid l|iiii*<Mins 

We will build your d^an home 
or m^ce your present (me a 
drean to live kv B«d|. ftianc- 
ing. Dial 587-9416 9|pyt^, 

X t-lMo 



GENERAL CONIItACTING 

All types of h<sra improveBieBto 
& remodeling. 'luting rqwuis 
and installatioi«. ALL WORK 
GUARANTEED. Bank fbiandng. 
CaU Mr. Stamm, 487-7551 or 827 
9543. 'S-19 



ADDrnOPi^ — Aluminum siding 
fiber^ass, stone, acoustk:al tile, 
floor covoing, any type omstriK- 
tion; free Minutes. Dunn-Ri^ 
Const Co. JU^-2011; JU 8-72S6. 



ADDITIONS - Akerations, kitc^ 
ens ronodeled. rpoBiPC. ^ter^ 
siding. c(»nmatstol r^aka. Ded 
€ons«ructioa Osi^a^ias. S43-IS08 
^ter 5 p.m., 48744S2r 



HOME io^rovemei^ of all kincto. 
We (to our work oursdi^s. Odl 
for free estimate; BAR, 420^85& 



SLVCOVBIS 



DRAPERIES-SBp Cowers-Etc., 
skiOed asiMmst hi ssiectii^ dec- 
orator fdHics, cu^om ffltod by 
experts in your home. S^^m- 
tion guaranteed. CaU S88-I41t * 



UNDSCAPINO -^ TREiS 



"Ihne to seed your lawn and Irkn- 
muig d e^i^reens; we 'atoo # 
plantii^ vakikBmii» and ta-ee 
work. Free estiteat^. Taeuwen 
Brotiiers Nuneiy. SI744n day or 







BUSINESS &PROFbSiDNAL 
\ DIRECTORY i 



•|»i,» M » Mft wm i* fc« 






MOVING^ 



SMITH MOVING & HAVPUQ. 
Twenty-four hours a da^;. Ijovt 
jmything. Odl MA h-H^. 



nUMBING 



PLU&ffiING ami Heating rq)^rs. 
Half «xl ftdl batii^ c(xnitete, 
IMclNfll rempdM' sewers in- 
^l|^ Ibr tree esftnate eaB W. 
W. irafctason, tSMm. 



ilrtK>L STiRING 

- — ■ -^^— . 



CraOLSTERING, rfliniAing, i% 
pairing, restoring. Twaoly-lour 
years ei^o^nce should audta a 
differawe. Ca|^^ph(dstmi«. 
CaD UL MS44 or 397-2951. ' 



M0WGA0K-4OANS 

B(»tEdW (MrecA frmn an £Q>- 
poved kx»l ia«fer. Oai^ariaoos 
invtted. Beaideitial and lodustritf 
Ltan Company (RHiOOK 83 Sd- 
den Arcade. Qdl MA MBB. 



mm^i^sm 



BIU(^W(»UC— steps, Oc^iacas, 
ckjnaieys, stepa >idlt 
aiimber8.MA747B3. 



AMTOI^lll 



Art yoa kxddiV for a ted car? 
If you n«Lister@rted hi sgme d 
the t}^ dmfa hi town, 1982 
modds a^ up: Ippura d apM 
sod Cte%b 1^. wr p^ne (01 

l-lt-t&i 



IWiiNigS 



MJOQk Ahaninum ^siding. Free 
astbmtfs. Call 420-1284 8-l9-tfn 



gg^MgiBCS t PIRRIMES 



"W!^ 




an G»m«Hct 

CtMD^KS now 

at 22Dd & Atlantic 

42M1SS. 8-liMii 



pABsm 



PAOCIING — f^mhar, e^^ior; 
iKirk doM refMSiAif; free esti- 
mates: all 5454410. 



RTIE-WAY-Residertial; tow ia 
price-jfi^ (i^ty wiMk. Dial 
853^618. Mh ma. 149-tfe 



PlASmil^ 



PATCHWORK 

^edalM! Rooms, ceilb^, in- 
dividual will do, at lo«^ cost 
Free e^imate. Ai^ size job. MA 
7-«B7. 8-l»4fa 



Ve^lTIAN BUNDS 



ALTORAnO!^ - R^pbl and 
wa^MK. Can Ca-l, 822-7230. C. 
A.^ifiiiy>i Co.. 606 W. 2tfh St 



CWCtCTiWORK 

DRIVEWAYS - Walks, 40 cents 
square foc^i patio 12'xl0'. 9B6. J. 
D. Baker, 855-1414 



Concreta placi^ and finirfiing; 
co^om wDik; White Ckmcrcte 
Serrk^: dtod S^#88. 



CHARLES L. BLACK-concrete 
w(»-k, driveways, walks, patios. 
^gmdm; tnt e^inoatra; 543- 
*14. anytime. 8-194fii 



PIANO TUNING 



CRETCH's Pfano Tuning Service. 
FtOBBft EfBdei^ BaasooaUe. 
UL 3-tt«6; J. W. or Gaiy Creech. 

8-191tfn 



m. 



Cerrndto vi^^I mfiall ins^dla- 
tioos and repairs. .W^t^faie 
Ttte. Dial UL 3-0661. 8-19-tfii 



BRICK 
FILL 

MmI for Roadways 

Sp^lizing In 
• Used Lumber and 
Building M^wiab 
HALL WRICKING 

CO., INC. 
MAS-7030 



m 



apii 



■iWff 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Si^ and service. FmoiVi d- 
fld^ repairs. Fkk v^ and de- 
Vmcy. Phcme. 484121. Fuel 
Feed k BuOdteg Supplies. Inc., 
/ ^ ^ 

31 Buildintf— Rapairififf 

NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbbig - Heating 

IQectirkid — Air Quidi^ning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUllBiNG 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIES. Dfa „ 



11-$^ 



EMPLOYMENT 



41 Halp Wanfwi—Mala 



PLENTY of bu^ios! Excellent 
on^(Mlunity. H^ (snanUoB. Bo- 
nus plan and other liu^aitivtt. Li- 
coued w unlkensed-wUl train. 
Pnrt ttaie — full ttnoa, Lynnhaveo 
Colony mi Vu^lMa Be«ch Area. 
See jMk Cross. Compos Real 
Estate Co., 2906 Shore Drive. 464- 
S83. 944te 



MAN FOR <HL MEPAmMENT 
OFFICE WOIUC 

Rq)ly to P.O. Box 80, Vii^inia 
Bea(^, Virginto with references, 
expdtace aad eiqsecied salary. 

9-2S-lt 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartmants PurnltlHHl 

LUXURY sununer sUKiio apart- 
ta&^ tw winto- raitid. Desigr^ 
for (^rtaninating cotq^les or ^ch> 
etors. Kitchen, dining ^mi. bar, 
divide-,, sad swimming pool. All 
utiUties fumidial. Appfy, BLUE 
MARUN LODGE, 2411 Pacific 
Av«iue. 9-2S4fn 

FURNISHEI^ knotty |Aie, 2 bed- 
room (ftiplex. 'Winter rental. 210 
65tii Sti^eet 428-1779. 9-23-tfn 



REhTfAL REAL E^ATi 



115 Heusai~-FumisliMl 



CAB DRIVERS, Servtee men 'ac- 
c^ited. No ecperi&ice mnnary. 
^4125 weekly. We pay kr C\hf 
permit. Also free room r«it. Safe- 
way Taxi. '3762 Shore Drive, Vlr- 
gtoia Beach. 464^282. »«4fa 

42He^Wan«w[| 
Male or Female 



NOTICE! 
CtaUractors & Home Builders- 
Let OS help you widi that new 
ham$ — additicmk — oc repairs. 
We can furai^ matoials from 
baaenMOt to attic and aid you to 
fi iM mcin g , 
Kxan: Kdlam k String Sk.' 
(V#M881 ^^L_ 
4»4750 
4»^837 i 



■y*^ 



We qxidaUEe ia l^dm ciAiinets, 
borne "inuatiLV^nei^ and aqy 
type d wop work. Call Ponda- 
rosa Mill Woit at 3008^ South 
Lynnhin^ Road. 349^90 w 349- 
2682 evmfa^s. 

^' S-ll-tfa 



IAM>LOYA\£NT 



^ Halp Wartt^d—Pamala 



WAITRESS-axpmieaiced. Over 21. 
^eady w(h4l $18 par we^. Marti- 
ni^pie RertttiraiA. Call 464-^L 

9-16-tto 



SEAl^STRE^ - M«)'s ctothing 
store. Full time. Itours and salary 
discussed by appointment. CaU 
428-7180. 9-23-4-t-p 



LADY FOR OFFICE WORK 

Must be ^ficient typist familiar 
with bookkeeping machine opera- 
tion. R^^ to P.O. Box 80, Vff^ia 
Beech, Virgtoia witii refer«)c«i 
and expectied salary. 9-23-lt 



MAID. 2 days a wedL Own trao^ 
portaU<m. Call 349-2972. ' 9-l&at 



BABY SITTERS, white. Own car. 
^^catitHis now b&ing accepted. 
^^y 913 Virginia Beach Blvd., Lot 
O, Virginia Beach, Va. 9-9-% 



OPPORTUNITY - WOMEN 
WeQ-grocMned wwnoi wanted. Gla- 
i|JM-ous iHJdness— seeking qualf ied 
ll^dkants, ages 20^, to do tiffi 
lollowii^ jhill or part time. 

APPOINTMENT SALES 

MANAGEMENT 

RECRUITING 

TRAINING 

CONSU|.TING 
# ■* 

1865 will start you in your own cos- 
qietics business. For a{^intment 
(^ Mr. Je^fers ai 3^23lB. 

<Ml.il: 



A lERRIFIC q)portunity awaits 
you if ^M have socne salra expe- 
tiexm. Part <Mr foil tbne. No bi- 
vestm^t meded. Call Mr. Ray at 
3»-2348. 9#4I 



Pl^MY d Mdae»! E^ffiDent 
i^iOfMiity. 10^ oolunij^m Bn- 
im plan afi4. Mar Sbcentlves Li- 
censed or unlk»ited -wiil ^t^a. 
fart time — bM Mafl- t^uoi^^n 
<lk>k)iv lod ^^b RM 4r^ 
See SaA (^M, OmipassResl 
Sstate Co.. SOS Shofa Iftive. 4M- 



y Halp Waht#^^^ 



lleeded - 3 mea tam^ite^ te 
mane^r tratawa jit^^m mM 
be snedini and career mtaded. 
CaU «Mltt. ' "* 



MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

■TypWa 

SteaeyiqAert 

We have immediide anignments. 
mffiiy adjacott t o Vk ginia Beadt 

NO FEE 
nme off between jol» when de- 
sh:«d— work on these ^nporary 
}obi what convaiknt to you. 
Photw now for interview and jab 
assigmi^it, ffir7-^l. 

Maapowar, lae. 

733 Boush &reet 

-•^- 8-27-tfa 



One md two beAtx»n furoiAed 
l^[«rtea^ts. Year round. Call 
128-2724 or 428^686.' 



1 OR 2 ]^^)B0OM apartments. 
$65 and ^ per monUi. Year round. 
Water furni^ied. CaU 428-5234 a.m. 
It p.m. 9-2ain 



120 76th STRICT. 3 bedrooms; 2 
baths, U^g nxnn, dining area, 
fireplace, large kitchen, screened 
porch, fencoi ywd. C8-2712, 428- 
18S3. 9<l-tte 



120 BAY COliONY DR. (4Wh St.) 
(Ist ^op light dme Cav^et). 
Ro(»ny 4 be^oom, 2^ balH dm, 
Uving ronn, dining room, kj^Am. 
Basdtward h«Aii^. IniAalling new 
furnace. No groups d badsden er 
pets. WmUx m yfar lease. Call 
Cd. Riley at Wainwri^ R^fy: 
428-2Sl§. »ia-tti 



118 Rent or Sala 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articiaf For Sala 



COMPLETE douUe bed tw sale, 
3 chairs and snail rugs. Call Dor- 
is Makinson. 428-5793. 9-23-lt 



CANNON, chrtl ww type, copper 
barrel witii spoke wheels. 429- 
4088 between 9-8 p.m. only. 9-23-lt 



ONE C<»n{lete set of Work! Book 
Encycbpedia. l^udknt ccHi^tion. 
Call 428-7861^ '~"^ 9-23^ 



Worn EARLY GRAND RAPIDS 
sofa bed. Voy Up CAMP. See 
by appointment. 4284^. 

9-19^2t 



' SINGER ZIG-ZAG, « MODEL 
GUARANTEED— Take ova: bal- 
ance $47.50 or $1.15 per week. 
Call Credit Dejaulment Howard 
Sewiog Center, K3-S811. plt^l6 



250 MAPLE chilch^'s chairs. Nat- 
ural for $2.00 each. Antique J 3.80. 
Hirtz Bazaar. , , 9-l&4t 



4 round niatbie tofq^ed ice cream 
tables. $^. Hirtz Bazaar. 9-16-2t 



FURNITURE for sale— Bed, Vic- 
torian diaira, Wedgewood china— 
Belmar pattern. Odds and ends. 
Call Doris Makinson, 428-5703. 

/ 9-2-tfn 

SINGER SEWING M^CSHNE: In 
like new cabiiwt equipped to ZIG- 
ZAG, birttonholes. fancy stitches, 
etc. Local part^ may finish pay- 
ments of 11.14 m(»ithly or pay cwn- 
plete balance of $^.81. Canine tried 
out k)cally. If taiterested write: Na- 
tional's Ad^istor, Mrs. Dalfon, Box 
814, Lynchburg, Va. 9-94t 



ROUND Ode Table, 3 leaves. $85. 
Ifirtz Bazaar. ^9-7088. 8-&4in 



93 Housahold Gooda 

For £be finest furniture uplralsto'- 
big and reflni^lng rail 428- 
6377. mUtop Upho^ing Co., 
1900 Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
FVee estimates— pick-up and de- 
livery. New and used furniture 
for sale. 

7-2^tfh 



I^NTAL REAL ESTATE 
1 10 Aparttn^ts Hp^iyo. 



APARTMENTS — Fumidied or 
^mJUBfdjllBd. Yearfy or seasmial. 
OMper Realty, 206 26th Street 
428-1331. Nights 419«83a 

' $.2-tfn 



Several furnished «id un^imished 
a^rtnaents in the Lynnhaven 
Cd£^ area, 1Sb^ Drive. Call 
Conpi^ Real &tate Company, 

8-a8-tfn 



111 AMffniaAli FvniidMd 

II l IM tWfc— fc. ' I t. ■ l i i - 

NEW v^ Modem. Also ^oic^led. 
Ooe iu4 twa ka&hoaa. tii the 
beajrt of the beach. Low winter 
ratira or y«ffly. Can arrai^e tbne 
also, to suU tochers. Call 13-6713. 

9-23-tfD 



C^MPLEl^Y fumi^ied. 1 mK] 2 
rMi|9 iD^nyci^. Some 'witii waU 
to wall carprt, $&». SKUrth^, in- 
dud|^,%«§r. CaU 42M«0 or 
iB^S/m. 94Ni} 



FURNISHED apartment Living 
room, bedroom, kitchen and bath. 
Heat and water furnish^. 0803 At- 
limtic AvKiuer, Call 



Effic^Ky. Bakboard heilt. Lk^e 
living area with firejdace. Call 
^84236. ' 8-^rfn 



FURNISHED Gtfi«e Apartnoeit 
livtaig roan, 2 bedronns, kitcboi 
and bath. Water himi^ed. $75 a 
month yearly. Available Septenj- 
h& 1st CaU 428-6^. 8-19-tfn 

2 BEDROOMS. KNOTTY PINE 
LIVING ROOM. MODERN KITCH- 
EN AND BATH. MONTHLY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL. 6 BLOCKS 
FROM OCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORV and OCEANA 
N.A.S. CALL 587-4776. IF NO AN- 
SWER CAIX BACK IN MORN- 
ING. ' ^tfn 

FURNISHED "ypartmait now kx 
r«tf. Year roumi r^e. Heat and 
wa^ furnished. Al^ wint^ rate 
for workers and teachers. CaQ 
H.. G. Moore, Jarvis k Kitchen, 
428-7755. 8-12 tis 



POINT-O-WOODS: For rent or sale. 
Executive type. 4 bedroonn. Om- 
tral air cnnditioabig. Woodsd ht^ 
Call 34(H790. 9'a»tfa 

REaL ESTATE FC« SALI 

124 Houpat For Sala 

VDKinaA BDACH-Choice ne^ 
borhood near Cavalio^ iHold. 
Quaiirt Early Anwrican brick witti 
slate rod, in beautifid settmg. Has 
4 bed^joms, iVi baths, cento: hall. 
Under $40,000. Call 428-4441 Frank 
Atkinson Real Estate, S4tii 4 M- 
lantk; Ave.. Virginia Beach. 

CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



/OJCTKDNS 



Maury Riqanto 

Auction Company 

1;.,. .',11 



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INSTRUCnOlC 



HARDIN SOKX^v 
OF MUSIC 

BrUtow Hardtn. Director 

312 - SBlk StrMt 

Virg Ma Baaeli 



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Austiifs Court Motd Apotmdlis, 
206 - 19tb ^txed. Efficiency 
i4)artmants. All utilities fur- 
n^ied' Also, 4-ro<xn apartm^t 
aad Vanished rooms. Bkck 
fron Bus ^tion. By week (s* 
mcntii. 

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Uving room, bedroom, kitch«i, 
bath. Convienioit to $iapftig, 
dmrdies, laundromat. Very 
r^sonable yearly rentel. Pactfic 
Av^ue. Phone own« ^4016 
or 429^2143. 

. 7-494&I 



FURNISHED 2 bedroom apwt- 
ment 241 Middle Lane. C^ 429- 
90S0, ottenslon 481. Leave mas- 
sage lor Len Crowe. 9^tfn 



1 BEDROOM furnished apartment 
All utOities furnished, use of |u- 
tomatic washing machine. Y^r^ 
rental. ^ per montii. Call m- 
8882. 9.^tfil 



& Apvtmants for 
Rmt 



FURNISHES) Ikius^ and apart- 
ments for 'rent. Good'tocatfon. 312 
25tij Street and 313 24tii Street. 
Can be seen alt Miss Macks, 3ll 
24tii Street. CaB 428^7212 or MA 2- 
6880. 9-23^lt 



1 13A H^ifas^ Fvrfshad or 
Unfumishad 



Several Kiroidied and unfurnished 
houses hi the Lym^ven Cokuiy 
ana, Sxu-e Drive. Call Compass 
Real Estate CamiKany, 464-3583. 



FOR RENt. si^ Iwuse. Fi- 
nished, Miitabte tit ct^jde on^. 
Apply Mrs. S. Welb. 604 DeJfware 
Avfnue. AvaiMle Octdber M. ,^ 
3ML 9 9-23^2t 



FURNiaa© cdiB0^ for rent. 
Winter rates. Sleeffflig rooms d 
314 22nd Sfreet Olll. 42^^! 

9«-3t 



OCEi^NA-Attentkm Service Uml 
Shiall cotta^ ompleiely tar 
nlshe(i Near l^w aadbeaNk Best 
rates. Call 3«$il33Br M»tfn 



REAL ESTATE 



Sal^ - Ratals 

Cadom Buflffiqg 

^rt^etn and y^My 

ANCHOR REALTY 



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BL5INESS SERVICB 



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83S Vfeglah Beaeh BM. 

Vligtaya BcmA. ¥■. 

' 24 Hoir Wmkor Servke 

Day ^I(»ie-4!I84371 

Ni^t phone — 
428-1780 k '349^983 

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Ask Yeurl^ Miytlciaii 
About 

TRAYLOR'S 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
Sorving Virginia Bftach 

1369 Laaldo Rd., Va. Baacb 

Baraard H. McNamara, Mgr. 

GArden 8-4020 



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REAL ESTATE 
EXAM COURSE 

State License Praparatory 
Day and Eveniof Claacea 
Classes iBstractcd By Prae* 
ttclBf Attorney aad A Li- 
censed Real Estate Broker. 
Paa Stote Board Exaaa 
Easily— Earetl New 
COMPLETE COURSE— $3S 
Tidewater's Most 
Experienced School 
Norfolk-Portsmouth 
REAL ESTATE SCHO(H 

Golden Trianfle B«it|Riiff 
PHONE MA 2.S074 



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U. Of Va. Offers Courses 



VSmmk'mn - The Vnivmt^ 

C^Mv b ijffm^sm a Miid>«' of 
tt«dtt Mid OMHaredit ' courses d»> 
^ped to mnn bisineas inta«^ 
^ ImOi private and govwnmM 
mi mi^ry le^s. The courws 
w« pMt ci the 'University's IM- 
n "ConHiKiBw^th Campui" |»t)- 
0Nm lor cmtinuiflg etkicMbn'in 
coaftmat and indaitry. The cour»- 
m w«« OTiginaUy scheduled 'to 
b^ the week of September 20, 
IM have beos rescheduled to be- 
^ ^ w«ek of Septanbe* 'i7. 
m a residt of tlw Univwsi^'f 
ctfsrt to coordinate its program 
iMA crther e<!hicational pn^anu 
ta tt^ cttiununity. 

'Trinc^des of Organizatioii and 
MaiBigrf* H*^* " is. jfesigDfid hi ^s^ 
vMe M lu^rstanding d the va^ 
ioQs aan^^nent processes. It ex- 
adrins'tfae principles of man^e- 
ment tavolved in planning, organ- 
al^, sta^u^, directing an! cm- 
troOta^ and i^iplies those prin- 
e^Sm to selected case studies. 
Classes are ' being offered at the 
Navil Air St^ion oa Mondays at 
S:15;p.m.; at Newport News High 
«i llwrsdays at 7 p.m.; 
at ' Ft £kistis on Mondays at 
pjn. 
'Htunan Belatwns (Persrauid 
t)" is designed to de- 
ddUs in recognitim anl an- 
of pn^Ions in human into-- 
1, aad to formulate and com- 
podtive '{dans for ad- 
actitMi. The course 
case studies and sapgk- 
reading selections to stinv 
^tedskvHnaking ability. 
are, being (^ered at the 
lotion on Wednesd^rs 
at 3:1S pjn. at Little 
Base on M«>- 
difs A 7 pan.; and at Fort 
Wa^ m l^ednesdays at 7:30 p.m. 
'1^ Atsinen ConununicatiMi" 
oomi^ of special a^^lkatimi d 
oral conanunicatHm to tbe needs 
^ commM^ and industry; analy- 
4a of'ba^ c«nmunk;ati(m prob- 
Iqou: and practk^ sessions. It is 
Im^ ofiered at tb? Norfolk Navai 
M^rd on Tfaindays at 5 p.m. 
' ^Mtta 'M^nos Ck»nmunica* 
^" ca^iAm ^ irincipal pn^ 
ita tt ^m^oMon at its varkm 



m 

Creek 







^ Vmi^IA BEAiCH-4iIr8. Betty- 
.ito ttkuoo has beoi i^pdnted 
aa Dfc«elor ^ ttie MS^ITEC Pro- 
pm^df CoeAroUed Uaagawwc d 
mtkSk (C/M), tt «^ announced 
im tte ^eocys |wesid«it, Mm D. 
IMMNaa. Jr. 

id/M li a B^ioiul persoimd 
rearming and {dacement sj^tem, 
dw ft^ to ttt fli^ to utilize elee- 
kra^ eonifNders for umvstritted, 
6oaf^maiw t$iaA and posUioii 
.monk. 

Bobbfas hutiier stated that MED- 
nfDC's new 'director was chosen 
t» her port by virtue d p.'eviouf 
tffltti^ms in die Tidewater nwdi- 
eaJL i^^ikHi diving ter prior, 
kmi^De ai^)loyment as a c!' cai' 
ta^nkdan. 

Mrs. Jdmo^'i irogratn (M£3)l- 
tiSC) k ttie litest addition to 
G/Wt midtf-lac^ed operations de- 
i^gxd to mmjre an «nphntic qual- 
ftffyft faeHn* in service to employ- 
lim (iqaddttis, dentists, and ho^i- 
i&. Va^TWC will be impl^neiit- 
ed by C/Wi eitats've natlpnwiite 
n^work fMsflttes to cxpt'ditiously 
reraoiM (and ^ace) medical perscm- 

MSDinSC qMdalists will be 
atvaiU^ m se^ra! major fnUs 
lldhidbii l^wnandogy, roen^en- 
4^^ Biiavlrfok^, medu:al the- 
ib wrttms. to aame but a few. 

Tlie new C/M afipoMte gracNt- 
ed Iram both Goiniry Day School, 
Vb#da Bemdh aad St. Margaret's, 
^ppahanwx^. She also majored 
in BuDneas A<taUnistration at Ste- 
l^eo's C^ge, CohiR^ua, Missouri. 

She is Ae w^e <rf W. Tayfer 
J^BOoo, Jr., a locsi insurance bro- 
taK*. T!iey r^ide at 8004V^ Atlaittic 
Avenue. 



OPEN HOUSE 

ABAG(»iA--Open House will be 
MU at Anuena Etaneirtary sdKwl 
idltwta^ me Mroductimi ai the 
^i$mn at tlie Parent-Teachers 
meting to be held at 
m TiMsday at 7:10 pA. 
will be servad. 



Rtl Cracks And 
Holes Bettir 



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Icvids: revkn^ Uie vwhws fypea 
and forms of wganisatim cam- 
man^ used in acceptable c<»n- 
poaitkms; snA (tffers practice in 
kigical and c<wtextual analysis. 
Classes will m^ at the Haval Air 
^tkm M Tuesdays at 3^5 p.m. 

"Elwwntary Accounting,'' both 
Part 1 and P^ 2. is being of- 
fB«l at Princess Anne Hi^ 
School on Monday and W^rwsday 
Bights, respectively, at 7 p.m. The 
courses are designed not only lor 
the prospective or practicing ac- 
countant, but also for those who 
are presently or potentially con- 
cerned with the financial well- 
being of any business or ^vem* 
m^t organization. Emphasis is 
placed upon the analysis and use 
of accounting infomniation in ap^ 
praising, planning and controlling 
business operations, rather than 
upon the procwiures for collecting 
and reporting the informatitm. 

Each of the above courses car- 
"ies t'iree semester-hours of col- 
lege 'creiTit which may be applied 
iO degree programs or to the 
University's various certificate 
proprafijs in commerce and indus- 
try- 

Several non-credit courses are 
also being offered which are of 
inter«t to awnmerce and indus- 
try for "review" and "refresher" 
[Hirpo^s. "Inv^tments for Lay 
m«i" is desiped to serve both as 
a practical ccwrse for present and 
potential investors, and as a re- 
fresher course for business per- 
sonnel. Classes are being offered 
at Princess Anne Hi^ School on 
Mondays, Woodrow Wilson High 
School on Tuesdays, Granby High 
on Wednesdays, and Newport 
News H^ School on 'Thursdays. 
"Law of Real Estate" is designed 
frwn a practical viewpoint to, ac- 
qpiaint Uiose engaged in the 'buy- 
ing and selltag of real property 
with the legal framework within 
which th^ murt opwate; to serve 
as a refrt^er on the rww aid cur- 
roit laws for those who already 
have nme 'knowledge (^ the ba- 
ste legsd ^ston; and to provide 
layn»i wiUi an understandfam d 
their 1^ r^ts ffiid rM^on^ 
bOities as present (xr 'pc^ai^ 
ptopeity owno^. Classw «^ n»rt 
at Princea Anne on Wedn«days. 
Oflier mm-cr^t course btiag of- 
fer«l iMlude "Basic 'Granamar 
Review" at Granby on WeAies- 
days; "Math Review" at Princess 
Ante 00 Mondays, Woodrow Wir 
won on "fliursdays, and 'Newport 
News (m Tlnuiidays; and 'Tublte 
^waking" at Qraaby ra^^Mtudaj^, 
Ptticess AnneNwHll'edMsdays!,^ 
and Woodrow Wilson on 'Thtffs- 
days. 

R^istratkn noay be completed 
in parson w by maO 'at the, Uni- 
vosity d VirgMa's Hampton 
Roads Center, 120 the Mall at 
Jaoaf. in Norfolk, Tel 85S-200L 
The CentK- Is open weekdays from 
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and .will be 
onen on Saturday. Septenri>er '25, 
from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Further 
litfonnatkm concerning Uie above 
and ottier courses may be ob- 
taimd 'by visiting or callbig tilM 
Uniieriitv of Virginia, Hampton 
Ri^ds Center, 120 The Mall at Jan< 
af, Norfolk, Va. 23Sd2, Tel. 855- 

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Agricultural Agent 

E. R. "DICK ' COCKRELL. JR. 



VIRGINIA OUTDOOm 

A darting, twisting, whistllng-wlng^ flock of grayish-blue Irirds flaw 
k)w over the cut corn. Five iholgin blasts rai% out, echoii^ off the 
nearby woods, and echo foDcwl^ th« swift-flyta^ birds as tinjr 
darted off in a new direction, ui^uched. 

So opened the dove season in yirginia Beach, with the streamlined 
and evasive mourning dove servii^ well as target and game animal.' 
It takes a skilled hunter to scwe a hit «J 50 pat«U of Ws shoU. The 
lypical Mr. Dove Huntw is nwre likely to harvest 1 dove with ever/ 
4 or 5 ^lls. 

The mourning dove, otherwise called tfie wjod dove, rain crow, 
turtie dove, ^nd wild dove, d e p«iding en whtf« you hail frooo, 
known by nearly everyone v**o can tell an ea^ fronn a qiarrow. Ita 
^reamlined bo(^its kx^ pointed tail, and swtft darting fli^t w» 
characteristic. ^ 

Although recognized by all but 17 stotes as an outstanding ganM 
bird, the mourning dwe is equally well known by natoralists, bfrd 
watchers, and all who eijqy walking hand-in-hand with nature. Its 
soft, mournful co6, coo, coo drifts through tlw leafless trees of ewly 
spring, bringing a promise of green leaves, sprto^ flowoii ai^ a wiH 
chorus d birdsonp. The over-all attractivaiess of the moimifa^ dow* 
explains whv many people prefer tl» status of "song" Urd to that <rf 
game bird for tN dove. 

kcniniing doves. In a way, belong to the open country. They are 
Kmind feeders, seurching for food in grain fields, gardens, and pasture 
lands. Their preferred foods are weed seeds and waste grain. Buck- 
wheat a5^)eacs to be (me of their favcMites. Like all monbers <rf the 
pi)!eon fansily. the younger mourning (toves are fed i^ Orst on "pigewi 
n#t." a thick creamy white material secreted in th? glandular stom- 
ach of the adult birds. Whan weaned from their diet of pigeon milk at 
about the age of 2 wedts. the young are th«i fed worms, insects, and 
seeds. "k.^'- |* "._.-_• r t-" ' • -^ 

Yorth for nwuming doves, t» for other animals, is a very dangarous 
time when death waits just around the corner. It is ironic that one of 
the most common causes of death of young doves, a disease caused by 
a prcrtosoan parasite living in ttie ^andukr stomach of the parent 
binb, is given to them in the pigeon milk manufactored by tile pareita. 

Anyone who notices the birds around him. and particularly the hunter 
loddng forward to opening day, is aware of many more doves in the 
fall than oflier ^asoni of the year. This annual autumnal peak ,in 
abundance of maiming doves is a result of their ability to reprodw*. 
Unlike mo«t of our native game birds, ttw mourning dove produces sev- 
eral iM-ooda each year. A pair of doves can raise only two y«mg at 
a time, but they may nest six or seven timw a year. A little more 
than half of these nestin? atfmpts are successful. This produdivlty 
pemlts a liberal huntCThaaye-t without endangering the brood slock 
m next yiar ^_^ ^^ __ , ^ , „__: ,,,=,1^^,^,,,,^..^^ 



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Mated pairs seon to remain t^ethor during the e^in year, and 

male remains attentive to the female during the nesting seascm. He also 
appears to share equally in ttie tasks of incubating the eggi, f eedkig the 
young, and keeping them warm. When an ««9S^ a^w^ftcs a^ii^ 
with young birds, one of the parents often drops to the ground and 
imitate a bii^ with a broken wing to lead the oiemy away. 

As is true wtth all wildlife, raassira (Ganges, induced by tcm, to the 
dove's environment are more of a danger than hunting. Becaiae thdr 
primJry foods are weed seeds and waste grains, changes in agricultural 
prafcUces resulting in cultivated fields growing to brushland, for^, or 
pasture undoubtedly cause a genial decline in dove populations. Thi^i 
in fact, is lappenlng over much of VirgiiU* where doves are tiwught to 
be lean abundant than they were during the da)« d geno'alized 
farming. 

As man becomes more rfficient in his harvest d grain and more 
successftd in his cmitrol <rf weeds, w« are likely to see an evai greater 
decline in toe numbers of doves produced to Virginia. Doves, however, 
are migratory birds and a great many shot in Vi^gtoia w«w hatdied 
and raised in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan. Pennsylvania and New York. 

Hunters for years to |Come will be pulling triggers ^ doves, and most 
of us will have our dars tuned, during the lengthening days of next 
Mardi, for the sorrowful, tendo- mating call <rf the. mourning dove. 



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Why take less than 
the best? Top - qual- 
ity fuel oil gives you 
more comfort per 
dollar because It 
burns cleaner and 
produces more heat. 
Call us for the finest 
-in fuel oil and 
service, 

VIRGINIA BEACH ICE AND FUEL CO. 

612 Norfolk Ave. 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 

Phone 428-3792 

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Shampooed In Yovr Homo 

Guarairteed To Lo^ Like New $9 

S^e Shamfioood $12 

Chahv Shampooed $8 

Scatter Ri^ 50c 

Floore Washed, Waxed A Buffed $3 

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'round climate conditioning with an all-electric 

heat pump. Full housepower wiring with plenty of outlets 

in every room, Indoor and outdoor light for Uvilig* Economical, efficient 

quictrecovery water heating. Flameless cooking and refrigeration. 

And at least three other a^«~— ^ major electric appUances, 

such as: a time-saving ^K|M|gn| electric dishwasher, a dry- * 

anytime electric clothes hHH|h dryer, cc»nfortahle central 

electric air-conditioning, ^^^^^^B electric garbage disposal, 

automatic electric washer, H^^MH^ electric ventilating fan, 

electric dehumidifier, or ^^^^^^H an electric freezer. Every 

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Ifw load inv^vd is tiie i&pme 
is 144 acres whidi Oty CbuDdl 
baa a^eed to buy from a nriitid- 
iary of American Lmd Co. for 

Local RapnMittms md otban 
%ave di^le^id Aw price ol*tte 
kuid as too hi^ and inqdied ex- 
eess pfofit is iai^wd at the ex- 
pense d' te ta^Bsvn, 

^rginia Beirt pta» to use the 
laod for SHT^i, can^ig and 
othor ptMic merertien. 

Behind tiie fand on^roversy is 
a court died Mittcati^ WaiUif- 



Ws Pm«^ boi^ the 144 acnt 
•fed la i#)@Hlt St acrw Us PB^- 
060 W NteiMry from Aletmider 
fi. QnM«t «Bd B%« Qrmrat. Hie 
(^ fl^lMMIr had m extremdy 
1d«p te aannmnit en tte Imd.. 

C, T, S. Kiep. bMCd diainn^ 
6f j yi iKi tM g i Land, a^ tiw cois^ 
paay >>■ omed ^ jg ^tm 
^ce It boi^ it for miM in 
IMI. Ha aitfd q^Fpvet is an attor- 
ns ^ ^ cseni^iy, sod die 
land wn to Us mbm for "techni- 
cal ami i^l rMSMM" i^il tiie 
Fdimttfy traosac^ea. He nid the 
Itfid was apprised at $361,066 in 
DecoBBlw IMI. 



Gmss Mvdt nin>rtty staff 
tnsthtn of the houaag aubcom- 
mittM of the Ikxise Baidthig and 
CurroM^ Conmuttee, has ^sdnd 
pto the Virginia Beach case tat 
po^Me iavort^tiQa l>y the sub- 
comm^e. 

Ireiaod and S^^rton both said 
todi^ ttMt the URA has not y^ 
reviewed the Virgiua B^ch aid 



Coimeil Nattet Nine 
fa Commissior^ 




VIRGINIA BEACH-City Coun- 
<fl Moodi^ .^fipofaited nine men 
to tiM Ridee Idet AUtfxM^ vck- 
itfuani iril who had sarvfd jb. 
Ae^.;,;'f^:^ . ^ ^^^^ 

The ai^btmnt d the nilie 
am to faur j^^ tanns iadiartea 
eouncil e stffl backing plais to 
dev^op Rtd a o Met into a nuurine 



by)>-<tH«' 



\ 



1» 



The authority, ore^ed by dw 
1960 General Aavpibty. is liisiled 
to nlHLlMil 



fr 




five {x-esent 
W. Kel- 
atfhorMy; 

d: M«*>»^'i 

a Kab- 




ai^tialed \o ^tt 
;wai| J(w^ T. Qron- 
J^ wfaafiwKOB the ai^ior- 
tty difer it was created, but re- 
i^pwd ae^^al- years 1^. 

Csn^Aiell, Sfikux and KodKBum 

r^dace C^vIm Klmnadi, John 

iBoey vbA Jwn«i Co^ on flie 



Ib o0m^ a^ion Monday: 

* Coim^ todt under coMictera- 

itt)n a law wto would i«QU^ 

"new buikttngi. ift least tfaoae of 

a residentiid lature, to be built 



hitler to eltminatp 
of floodi^. 

An (Ordinance preso^ to 
Obuneil wouU require te first 
fkMt* of aU 6afldlBft8 to be at 
least two feet above the* crown 
fx Id^iert fiakA ot tJie read «r 
^reet oi the bidlding. 

CM^ CijBweil aoM the m-dinance 
to the eSy aUoroey far Auftav 
aMy. however, wb^ 
W^ Hugh mtchin ia&iited he 



Heve tt« hilPng^ jegtAtaaeBl 
." C- _i in tew-Jy- 
lig SrtwT 

* CcNOdl teA stq» to ean4>t 
fcrtiliaer, f«in equ^eiA ami 
seed from dw city sales tax. 
Owaisfl ^fnmA on ftrat reattng 
m ofMlM ^^vhidi imU sfN>cl. 
flkial^. «Mnpt thpse tMrictdfciral 
foms. wUcb have bean taxable 
stace the tax wait into effec^ in 
.hffle. 

* I^med en ftel retAng w^ 
propriatite of tSSOl lor the ptr- 
chase of sevai acres fai BI|Kd^ 
water and |l0.we for the old I%ni- 
brote House. ^ 

* Passed a res(^tiiNi acc^itfaig 
10 VXH of luid from .Mm An*, 
gima for recreation deparineat 
use and deferred action tmtil Oct 
11, on a ai^pUcatira from Joiai^ 
An^oor E^fDria^ for rezonhig 
a tract of Princeas Anne PUoa 
for indu^itel use. 



applicitiBn. aad oeMier ee^ ay 
idbsB Ihe re^dew would be oom- 
pbted. 

Irdttid sald'SMan wiU keep 
RepiMkan Opagrwin<an IITOlisro 
B. Widaidl. iriio «i0ni% nig- 
gested fovesttgation, iofwmed of 
profren on the nuitter. Wm 
ariiad how soon the matter wtt 
he cleved up, Ireland said te 
moves ^Si®iTHe 



UBA 

tftitA ni a gteeiH^." 

S^tOQ sakl "the normd |^x>- 
rehire" in a &sit «^ as tiUi is 
|s re^piire a eomnnioi^ to sdbsdt 
the to dq i d B d en t qipfiysals en the 
property after die lid appUation 
Is reviewed and at^roved. 

Si^tOB said ftat ifa «^ ev^t, 
^ UrtMui , Renewd Adminittra- 
timi win grart federal rid only for^ 
hatf of «^at tt considers a fair 
viAie for die {H^>«1y- He said 
Uia« is no conwritmdtt wtti die 
city at tlds time. 



Sef^ Award Presented 



Man Pteids 



euilty 





WmOkM ^ ytaaari Monk 
MdUuQ plelKied guilty to pess^ 
sion of tjABR goods in Norf(^ IM 
week {^id was indict»l fra- p-aac 
'arceny in Vir^a Beach. NQUikar 
was die first U a^m sus{)ects tc 
stand ta'lal in axmec^ii witti an 
»fif&mK thdt ring tt»t operated 
in di«)'&k|wafter area and puts cf 
Noifb oUTAna, aad ra brokec. 
upJW#«^ ^/_ - 

ite M^paiiA «c iiyyMi^ m 

4i.l4i»ige Stan 
Mi4N^dc«!e, b«t not 

Unweod^ 

the attteiMJi^ftlPilKtiye JBu- 

i 

Hie'stiteinefit w« n^hdrawn 
tfter the' etndusion of the trial 
for uae in subisqpient trii^ in con- 
nection Witt tbe rim. 

MUllCiiv^i^. ol «ie looo block 
el Genrf^MiA ro|d was found 
guilty by Judge Tabb. who de- 
ferred sentence umil aftur ttw Oct. 
15 trial of Art^. Ovtis BKid, 98, 
of the aeoo Mock dTHkldle Street, 
who is abo dttffgod witti posaea- 
sion of stcto goods. 

Tl»^^r^ Befch Cinwtt CoQit 
3rand Jiffy Nday indicated 1^- 
ttan «B d8«e €WAta of grand 
*arcmy. Also iadcted for etmi 
larceny were fi^ Le^ Laddey. 
& and Melvioi . Ibomas La^^. 
4S. both of the mi block of biM- 
bmbo AveiMje, ad Ja^w Evm- 
ett Sptm, 26. of Um »fr bkKk 
of Duncoi kmm. 



Fall "Falls" In The City Of Vii^liila Beach 



VIRGINIA BSACa - With a 
brisk note fifi '^tf^ <«od the dti- 
sens of l^r^da 9mik kpt wedE. 
ft seemed dial tht w i aftir Ctonged 
fnm hot, humid, muggy waadier 
to the cod, cr^ faQ eUaaaAe. id- 
moat ovcnri^t. 

On die b(»rdwi&, the evi&nce 
diat fall arrived is iie ladt of peo- 
pie en our b^aittful beadies. It 



wttt so few peof^ 
m it coR9ia*ed to the dxxiaaods of 
die past summnr and tourist sea- 
son. 

The s^ (rf fall in the air is not 
oidy rfiown 1^ die lack oi peapk 
on die beadiei or One crispnoa in 
tbe ah-, but alao by .die lack ol 
boade OB AOtxtic and Pacific Av&- 
niMS and tiie «k)aed 19 Aapt. 



^r^nla Beach now kMa Iflce a 
ghost l9«tt«ampared to die activity 
of Ji^ a aondi ago. Life ia b«r^ 
hi eiridemw aka^ die board-walk 
and dw noajor streets of Iho dty. 

We'B fo hito senoi-hibematkai for 
die whiter, but watch out come 
spring, f^ die dme being, aiq^ 
1^, w« have given die boKhes 
Mi: te the aaa|#i. 





Council Legalizes 
'Illegal' Borl-ow Fit 



Vh^Mi BSMh nc^vw a tpedal Cltatta* tram the Aniencaa AateMiobfle AasedsMM Isr Ms tM4 Meord 
hi P^eslrtai Sirfety. Qeveraor Albeills 8. BmiIbm. Jr. preteiled die award to fte CII7 Offldab 
atteBdi^ fhe AbbmI Maty Awaid htadMea la RkhaMid. September Zls^. Left to right: Lt. C. R. BaOy, 
Pellee TnHIc Pii laiiaadni: Mgrer Frmk A. Dvdi. Geveraor Hairl i e o . Reevea E. .fohaaeK. City 
flafoiy nroeter. 




APARTMBITS OPPOSE 
BY PLAZA RESIDENTS) 



VIRGINIA BEACH-(»y Coun- 
cil vo.ed Monday to adopt a re- 
vis^ (Mdbuuice to strengtnra bor- 
row pit regulation and to tax ma- 
twiai ranoved from pits at a 
rrte^ of 2 j^^ per^cubu: j^^ 
CcHincil memb^ also vtlUri to 
aksT city records to make a birt-- 
row pit Aig in the wrong {dw« 
Intimate. 

A rewlutkm was approved 
amendipg a use permit panted 
to Pavab Inc., in Novendier UK 
to conform to a ao«cre pit Cape 
Henry Sand Jt Construction Co. 
has been digging in the wroi^ 
place for more t^ a year. 

Larry Marshall, ' Cowcibnmi 
from Bayside Borough where die 
pit is located saM the changing 
of the permit w(Nild inrevent addi- 
tional dicing in the area orig- 
inally covered by tbe permit. 

"We're trying to dean il up," 
he said. 

Randoli^ Itevb, a lawyer r^ 
reseitii^ Rsoddlph Harrtem, 
whose prageriy adjofais tte area 
being excavated, said be thou^ 
be council was "setting a iMwe- 
dent." 




VlRGimA BEACH - A 17-year. 
<dd Chasapariw yoi^ received a 



VIRGINIA ffl:ACH— An injuno-jwidi tiie i^sortment conatniction. 

&o has been asked of Virgbda llie Imd on wbkh die iHxqxMed 
aevere leg'te>ffy Itaaach^ vim dw I Beach Orcutt Court by seven r»- i^Mitmeids woidd be conrtruded 
dw^uB ht waa Miryteg aedds^ iteite of the Kofflett Grove area' was resoned by die Oty Couocd 

gf PrtaM^ess Anne V\ata to atap 



ifUMflil 

ATTACKB) 



aSy disch^gid nim ha dnqiped 
it, p^ke said.t 

w Mm omt KnuHf If ft* 



Qggini Hcafritai. 

Polioe q^ R. H. Stooe sirid die 
jNMdi irM lalidi^ vritfi two C^a- 
paidw ftteMb. Gary Wei^ba-ly aad 
Msrrick Rose, wdiea tl^ acddeot 
oceurred ^bout 6:30 a.m. 00 the 
faun of Sari M. "Miault in Black- 
wate Borough. 

A^Mding to Stone, Ke^anet re- 
pwtedly dropped a deuble-barrded 
dwtguo be was curybig. and "bodi 
b^i^ dbcharged vid diattered 
his right 1^ below die knee." 

A BladEwatm* vdunteer ambu- 
lance tocdc Kerzanet to Ncn^A 
G«iiaal Hospital. 



mmuL 

AmOVED 



« 



m^miABBMm - Ihe Vb- 
gfada Baadi Raeraotira Caiffiids- 
sino Friday ^nxoved a Plannoig 
Cail i ii i sihn ppgppaid to itevd^ 14 
racraadflu ^striete hi die city. 

the Iffm^ i^ves dty {dannars 
die g(>4d^ hi thi^ prqiarflkioos 
of die reaeadm poitkHi of a mas- 
ter pto 'M^iich evaohi^ will' cov- 
er such matten aa hi^ays, 
adiobls, mpw tnatstt, tend use rad 

Mrik; hearing aNTsaetfadeji for 
Me October w die first s^^i^d 
of die pbm: U|^TCiys.i Reo^rtfam 
is expecteil to fdOmr aoon afl^- 
waid. '^ ' 

Presaitidk» of eac^ part of die 
RUBtw plan to die (% Cmindl 
wffl f^ow d» puUic hearing!. 

Ihe raowBdoo districts ^Id 
iMve two ^^ws of ttttim "active" 
md ^eoasavatkin." t%e amoi^t of 
.**iod dewted to eadt tvne would 
'leoead oo die poptdidion in each 
■fi^trirt. 

In ^ plan diere should b|e 10 
acres per VXO ptqailaticni Cor "ac- 
tive'' recrei^(»i; and ao acref for 
MKJ) 1000 pf^Hdatkn fw "cournva- 
tk»" awas. "Active" areas would 
be devoted to AMrte such as base- 
ball and "comniratkn"- areas 
wnuld be devoted to paries a^ 
iHldlife areas. 

Bodi finals are bsaed tn pro- 
nosed natkMial stendardu nMcb will 
be hard to meK in Wi^lv pooulot- 
ei areas llh*» th« norihem section 
of Vir((tei»! Beadi. 

Each ^atrid. bomded by ohysl- 
cal f«torM su<^ as roa& and 
sbordiineR. eoiMahis about 10000 
oeqide, wMi die esc^tioiMf; two 
ii^ the soi^inrn aid <^ (he dty 
Mm IdAsi R^ Road. . 



the Witch Duck Manor Devebp- 
iBMt Orp. from bidl^ ^ 
igitftro^s hi die P^ mem. 

seveo la^ Friday mi will preset^ 
die petition to die court diis Fri- 
day. 

It ia daimed by the petitionera 
diat Uic^ were "told by the real 
e^te brdcer that sold th«n ti^ 
iMvnes only a few mondis ago tl^. 
die ffi^a proposed to be luied toe 
aparimoits wooM be utilized for 
di^khiadt residmces or a recre- 
aticm ar«i." 

"It was fai rdiancei upon dds 
rei^eseitation that the petitioners 
bouj^t dieir hmnes," die suk said. 

It m clainoed bv die nift Aat 
die {vei^deid and tivanirer of 
Wttcfa Dudi: Manor DrMopn^ot 
Corp. ia the n^ita^d a^nt uid 
secr^ary of Larasan Reidty 
Cotp.i ^ firm Oat handled sal^ 
to the petitioners. 

Vk^^ E. Kellam, Jr.. is li^d 
as presideBt and Ireasurer of 
Wtdi Dock Mamr Devdopnwit 
Corp., according to Sfake Cot- 
pcration Commiarion reconb. 

Plate uid o&mr publk: records 
in die cMe's (tffioe. daims die 
petiti(Mi«rs, fa^icate die lairi hi 
questtoo woidd be 1^ for sin^ 
reskknoes; Hialt erfectini dl apart- 
mente diere wmdd cinstitoto "par- 
p^ation of fraud," and diat die 
monetary and aesdietie values d 
their homes "will N permanently 
and irrepanidy danaged" if die 
drfendaitf te aOowed to proceed 



COUNCIL APPROVES 
LAND PURCHASE . 

VIRGINU BEACft-City Coun- 
cil gave final approval Mmds^ 
ni^ to a $SZ2,0OO appropriation 
to buy 144 acres of land soudi <d 
SancOMid^ f<Mr a city recreaticm 

Vtti. 

The ooifDdl has r^u^ted a 
federal jrrant from the Urban Re- 
Kwal A&ninistration to cover half 
d die purchase. 

R^. William B. Widnall^ R- 
N.J.. charged that the land was 
overpriced and a"l»d die URA to 
invef^igate. But URA chief Wil- 
liam L. Slavton replied that no 
qiedal investlsaHon was planned. 

Sfayton added tbnt the URA 
will aoivaise the land before con- 
sid<Hp? the trrant. 

Vfrer'nlfl R*"»ch ReouWicans. ov 
t^blv OOP C'tvi Cmnniitteo CSiair- 
man Dan H. H^lin Jr., aim crit- 
id^ed die {wrchase as being too 
hi<»h. 

Tlw* wHer of die Imd. Am«ican 
LtaBd Co.. «id tbe oxAndttee ao- 
VKMei by &m 0^ Coividl, de- 
foid the price M nasmekki. 



May 10 froiti RSIhwI^ permtta 
ite constructton of sfogle-fim^y 
ipite, Id a ^sti^, vi4d^ permite 
ihe osastrtKtion of maSit^tpimfy 

ActioB ^ras cbferredtejt AogiK 
by ^ douneO on i^plkirtiims t» 
two use permits to con^ruct V$ 
unite on tS aera n^o- Chib Housift 
Road and ISO itidto oa 6.4 acres 
on Hi^cffld Road. 

Approval of the permite waa 
recommended by the Pto'nt- 
Cnnmission on me omditbn diat 
die applicant make land avafl- 
able for recreatkm and a sdwol 
^ tM aewK* aiMl water be ex- 
t«HJed lUid dist a street in die area 
be paved. Tbe council voted to 
withhoU ite approval until the con- 
ations are met ami has not yet 
acted. 



ymCINU B^CH -^ A i6>y«v 
aid housewife was beatoi aid poa- 
d»fy r^ped near Inr homa a ^ort 
diatene soudi of Chfaiest Comar 
lite Tuesdc^. Sie was Mlmitted to 
Nartdk Gmtt^ Ho^ttal wtth eals 
oB «hi INi^ aMiv Jtegd. * 



"You're bdng askad to 
an Qtegal act." he said. **! 
(ttg^ng il inegaM)y 
design." 

i. J. Lawler of die tew 
K^«n * K^m 
(HHMifruc&« Liaipfty,' • 
iary of S. V. Wffltems On., 
vMA is ufii% t^ dri ban 
pit for S in dw tat 64 
He dUm# te con^aoy ia 
gii^ te die vie Aown ot • 
whkb was dwwn to conadl. 

"Where dud plat went I 
know." he added. 

The n^stny lUdnniA 
Coondhnan' Hugh KteMp 
Uwler if die firm hod dhg ha 
area outttnad on dh» tat 
and die lawyer rented "T 
m. ..." 

Davfa ipid Jtertean 
imdsrstood dia« wmM be a 
for sti^ between 1^ p|t iM. 
riaon's pnH>tfty. , ^ 

"Now dKrvc ifeemd « big 
in the iDound i^idd un ^Mteit im 
Harriaoe." he petatad ant 

Coutdhnan Edrard T, 
JH voted akoa aputaat dn 
tkB after sugpslth^i the 
"leave, die parties whee they < 

"I don't kmnr who's ri#it," 
ton sidd. "It teaks Ifte mtmi 
#d to «ort" J. 

pite. i^M covers four tapliy 
pilM^iU Wit pKxe^rm and v#> 
dalteii for aopii^ "Bi 
hig jm. 

the jiME wm not be levied afla^Mt 
ai^ nWerial raeMVid aad loU dg- 






der 



contract aaatspted 
of the orisMiee. 
; dMd m vm being 



Nine Seek 
$2.7 Million 



NORFOI£ - mat crewmen of 
die American boflc carr^ Gtobe 
Explorer, whidi caug^ fire (it 
Cape Henry a year ago, are sodt- 
ing a total of $2.7 million in dam- 
ages in U.S. Distrid Court hi No^ 
folk. : 

The seamen Tuesdqr filed an 
answer to a petitiMi by Sra lib- 
erties Inc., a New York firm vdiicfa 
owns the vessd. for exoneration 
frrni or Umitotion <^ dan&ges. 
. The seamen ure Rdiert Sfam 
Allen, Gerald Baum. Robei Leo 
Beale, Will Beasl^, Edward Lee 
Brinn, Kennetii C. Kitchin. Eari 
Mansfield. Gewge W. Owoi and 
Lindsey L. Rhodes. 

n^y allege they suffered injury 
due to gn^ negl^ence and to the 
unseaworthiness of the vessel. Sea 
U>erties, the owners, deny ttiis. 

Each man'seks $150,000 for com- 
pensatory damages and $150,000 
for {Hinitive damages for a total 
of S2.7 million. 

The S22-foot-l<wig vessel cau^ 
fire Sept. 11, 1964. about 360 mile« 
east d Cape Hen*y. The ship had 
loaded a cargo of coal at N«fdk 
the previous day. 

Hm crew abandoned ship and 
was rescued bv the Panamanian 



plorer was tOwei to ttie Newport 
News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock 
Co. 

In its petition to limit liability. 
Sea Liberties listed the vahie of 
die vessel at $124,000. 

A libel was filed on bdialf of 
die seamai in Aupnt Sea Uber- 
tieB.aiswer was mAde earlier this 



defti^Jtefl 






leads en die at- 



tack, bid tfaigr are se«rcUi« for a 
Nflgre man wtth «Mte spots on Ms 
Um, The iteaor^ition caiM from 
the tejwed wUte woman, pdiee 
aaid. 

The M^iman's In^iaod sidd Iw ar- 
rived lA home in die 500 bkidc <^ 
Pencil Avemi^, ibmd 9:30 p.m. He 
bad been «rarldng widi a Canaan 
Cowtevcttra Co. crew. 

He s^ his two ddldrfen. a^i 3 
Mid 1. w«re rt»Ang on dbe fro^ 
pordi of die honae oryteg. He un- 
derstood t-om the okkr chikl thid 
bis wife twd bean takm from te 
house. 

Ha called pdfoe. who found the 
woman laiconadous near a doert- 
ed frafler bddnd die house. She 
aiH>ar^tIy \mi been N»^an widi 
a haioner and , ert with a knifo. 
Pdice said ttey ailso suspected 
dik Ae had beoi raped. 

PoUce seardied die <Umly lit 
street with blodc^Minds. The b'idl 
led diem dbout<a half tdodc from 
die house, where poiioe nnmiaed 
that die attadeo- had. flei| in m 
autranobOe. 

Capt Robert H. Stone ia 
tog die investigatkn. 



Teen-Agers 
Appear In 
Court 

VIRGINIA BEACH — T^ teen- 
age boys (kargoi widi dira^enbM 
to bomb ^^rildnte B^di ^pb 
Sdwol last we^ were gh^en a hew^ 
ii^ bi Aivoifle Court Tuesdi^. The 
tmo. one 16 «id one 17. aDegei% 
teledioned die sdwd saA wM a 
bmd) wM ^K)h^ to exi^ide. Ite 
school was dmnd d atudoite md 
teadiov md exosdnecl I9 piAoe 
«nd 5tdiod offidals. No bomb was 
faand.* 

4 Jovefdle ^1^ Itob»t Cnmwdl 
to^ the case under advi^nent 



front thti* 
wnr wltfaaut 
^ . the oie pamAt «i 
pit d4^ tt« wroo< pyt 

*" * froni Pavab. be. tv 
1. V ' 



(he 



If «f 

I 



AilNni SdmIcjI 







ymmmA aiiMS - u Gdv. ; 

mm % GodiHn Jr., speakteg ban 
teat Thursday t^ he e^^icU^I 
see mire dun im adllien 
edieattn te Vfrgate 







udfl Oct. S« iriwn he wHl brar 
flag VMsel La PintadJa. Aflia- diol^badNownd rentste w d» h^ys 
fire aboard dtt ship, dw Globe Ex- ao^j^isatm of die case, 



Ajnvoo* oiver 14 vears oM kimi 
eiiQty d tiomtenfaig to bomb or 
!»Aii a sehod can reedve from 
one to lOsyears hi prteM un^ 
Wnnv tewi 

Hie Vindote Beach hmh wmn 
was ^ e»ond dmflv hiaidM fo 
die dty a^ods m* «|.'M9| 
alio bivcad^riied nMtntA^tom 
Kempeville Hl|^ Sdiod. 




die nttit Uteodini. 0ei9ii^ 
he teo^^ die mon^ wtedi «on^ 
fr'om die< genanl fond hot oH i^ 
spec^ \mt W waM be a^m 
or how tt wmdd be ipeot. "^ 

Godvrin spoke befwe 15 vqpbib 
and «» dty Denttocn^ knJiwA 
tendfaig a hnMsheon of Oa INili^ 
E^nocratid Old) of ^tgs^ 
Beach at die CavaHor mm. 

'I'm ter« te^ te.9id)i# ■Bii> 
date die ftate Iteket wlft tte fop 
Qemofyade nanlnMa,*' .^oi^ 
aaid. 

Seated wtib Godwhi 
two cmMtm kr til 
OdepMtMi^Vfr^ril 
die dine iiMdiMi 'for iMt if 
ate from thalrdiMiteiM 
of wMdi inq^MuSh ten 

Ihe food camBfatei nre P 
White add Sdward T. C^ini 
tar dioHouK add Sea. I^pr 
^M^ Jr.. Dd. Witaam P. 
and TM. William & 
tbe SanMo. 

Afte»' the hmdwan. te a 
conference. Godwte s«M his 
piiUietQ opponent haa "ao 
fakct" for predicttag « |IU> 
surplus in die atatera 
by next July. 

Godwin aakl Hm aurtfia ^MM 
nearer die $80 nlffiaq eirtliiiM 
by (kv. Alwrtte S. Htertetm. M 
dittt ainoont "wmM not be aqtt 
dadt te meet sfl of tbp needi H 
faicreaaed state apenSag." 

Wk GOP opiMtint far dw an^- 

■.■MlllWiJllll T k^^^Mjl TllllfaMI dg^HJ^ 

^moiwin, uinmw immuu, viwv 
die sulcus or«dk!tton WedReaii 
whm he flady onooaod die iH^ 
d » iCi^iewide Kxlea tax. ^i 
6iiAMi*s own "IT' positifla on m 
sides tax remains unAanifsd. ilii. 
i^^eiAed «iriler statamente thit if 
IS Q^Qora 10 





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«yirglali BMch SUN, Thwrid*^, Septembec 30. 1965 



IMPS T4LK FAStHDN 



ENGAGEMENTS 



By ALICf BREWW WHITl 



IW«-*i 



¥n tai tool InjMMkB tar am% 

tut nO^ It iM aat to rimw 

pMgr lavtod tagi^tto wmVi trnn- 
tni^ftrfiiflu itipftfi to crtMte tea 

JfKB^ wBK^ "Mv ™/ ^™ "^ 

'pmA HlttMrt to nodA wvii^u 

iTHb, if ym hq}pen to #M te 

„VUr befort ttien, by 41 mews go 

tote T^iy C^yitol Nton tf 

^MtoiB «4 JM iM 1^ taUit, 

two ^ topo. flaiddog At «ti«e 

iilwn te Gopd taito Faiiu0a 

riwwwi «» briig Bftyd. tow Aem- 

i^ FiU ^wrtamear Mi di^Ume 

Hihum by the Cal^Hnki Fi^iion 

O-ei^rs ud Ln|i & Tayka- of 

Jkw Voik. ^owt ve Kmirly one 

to Rvt o'dodt iSeracKKu. Using 

^a^iua m&fm t^w, ^ais and 

iMTdiita (to tobte Magi oi (he 

latoat dea^ te taUes reQact the 

4^^aet't aaeMtral backgrmuid, 

itt anol^ece d a lar cou^ 

«^J) ii^^pitt hte, ar lin^ly 

Lovis toe way he serves tea in 

' m imm. iMy a w^-ki Aiap rf 

4iii t UH^iuie tra^ozia and all 

p. n ^ A leaks as y Ule "in" part> 

i a iki iVkmt wiU .be a toa jiarty! 

' WlfAVSS AND NOTES 

Ad^ Sttnpaon dkcovorad in In- 

(fia cold tea pud^ inxfe of 

, fii^im, wpr syrup moA tea: 

, jMde loto a mouU 1^ a fridt or 

*^ ^sSat fdadM mould! ;. . , 

I f&mn^ Saiml, AflR^an de- 

'lij^ bm in It^, poto a tot of 

rttpa i4o evoy Clip of b(^ tea w 

ti^ 0im ^ ktA begt . , . UfUm 

k ii 3i|g had a ffw^ cC M^ 

^ liliL j^ ptoceid#4cgtatet WW 

'-giiNr pt c^ergM pQed with a 

pfAM fll 1^ frair s6«wba^ 

a«tt iit itcins ka qn. aad a 
Wii of 9Qwd«rld ati|^ to dip 
aM • 7, IniaiMft tocanoH 

^ oiri ii% Ined eolort <oC green 
f^ vhtte to aet tt» mxd of 

ria fod liospttii% (rf tea4toK 
«idliil Sbe M a hanft- 
(^wAiM Itoen ti^Mw aatfqiie 
ilyv toa aenrtdr rfidf delto^ 
Ipi ielMit diimL la a wbito 
UmW fl9^^' fltod^be arr< 
Ubm^ vpO^ Inci 

f aews ind ^^ 




aoar^ ta»ortad noowaent. 
^Mdc-re^^a^, antr-magn^c, aad 
with wbrealMMe maia^ru^! S^, 
w^e're ghdi^ yoa Cbrixtonai g^ 
ideas to aQ ttus beat, yet! . . ■ ■ 
Gre^ cowwartkm piec« as wB 
as after-live due is in ttose tii^ 
)^Qi ktuided velvet and satin HjM 
and 9atk is the worU for the ^ 
.nwoia feather hats with fur hato 
paired with Jewel and rhlnestooe 
dciaflii^l ""^ j~~ ~ 



milj DEEDED 

You CM jiBt b3t toat at two if)- 
caning evttiU. prooatoent w^ 
dressed Tidewater and Vlrgiiria 
st^e todies will turn up. Finl. 
whea toe Gaitien C ub of Vkginla 
^<rtl^to toe rare and beautifcd 
October Virginia Eoses at thtir 
M umsA Rose ^ow, October 
-jth and 7ih. at the Cape Colo^ 
Ci 1). TWs yrau- toe Virginia Beadi 
Garden Qvb will be the hostel 
club. 



•ory diaoges. ^peddng of colors: 
ba four bo^ ages five to ten-and- 
a4ialf, tore aU bri^ redheads! . 
We hav^'t seen a more sMking 
teaUxi [dcture of black and white 
to ages toan Chat made \f Wajii- 
flgten't Mrs. Juanita C^trpar, "vistt* 
^ relatives at toe Beadi. 
Juanito has many friwds to TMa- 
wain, being one d toe oriffnal 
Beta Sigma i^i founders in ftor- 
loik. fler big Hack vrivtt aad 
wW»^ kid picture hat ^to a »«=» • 
twoftoee Mack and nUto aoft riJk 
eeebtoae was certauriy a pte a iant 
^ght oDe of thoac toMot itoya tist 
week! . . . Wonder wtei im 
Baiam Johnson wUl wear f Ai 
tn^ alrag «Mi ba- dad, L. B. i., 
when he tai his meett^ wMh Pope 
p«il VI not Monday at tweive^ 
tl li f ^ < U g> AHfe aiia itnr Afiwr 
Ookfcerg's WaM orf-ttw ira autte? 

FASffiON mqimrm 

The dreM wwn at a co^ltf 
party Awdd be scared deorfMe 
at aU. and it ^ttaM dwqrt be m- 
companiad by a hat. H jwu are 
invjteil to mcMlR Inr Ana^. or a 
bii:et. you (am remove ywa- Im*, 
coat 1^ ^mm, ^n-ally! ■ . ,r 
Ditjp earrlap have come back «nto 
the faihton ferrfroot. Ibey are 
v«7 ^ay mi AraU Mver be 




PERSONAL MENTION 




PAHRAMIMa . CRAWWmD 

VmtilMA m^m - Ur. and 
Ito. lW«n PomD PanwMM of 
m ^^1^ ^^ 9tM msmi 
the M^agemoit tl iWr dau^nr, 



Sn WiK) WIU DC Uie I1U5V<:«» — * . , ' _ ,».. j uu 





Brim 
MtoB 
Idat to be^ 

Hid 



tm InMit «iifl«i tad 
- H^kaaflvar. aQMrev«ni4lMPa 
I Md wa dMi't mtaa to tlia tek 



M miKh atdidfer and yooBger toan 
I rW to». &jw^ (or tha 

r araioyb tod n^ybe y*m «A 

^ |i» fMt apt Mag IBT a*rtif 
L iMi^ 9«liki| cbtfMMt a^y 

tor yitor teSi% pactibar . . . ttoM 
wj^ 4 ptor of ^ito Inmpa apMd 

» Aig^af yw ^iM itopdik No ato*. 

r iift toa^Btol Unit fli tm^im 
^pj^B^an to^to viri^ (rf ritoe 

^t to kiteven. ftot ^^Um 
1^ toe bvntitol itototep are 
Buied to eokir. flWMar aaA i»- 
i^ .., . . W^akm toritoaato «to 
Miiadaiiiir <rf mwatM** ^fc*<**« tor 
F^ te t)ie toSQ^ l^wariHfei^ 
^^M to Bwi^^tont toidf 

I «^ eMMtoa ^9««^ at^ 
MtotoiiGai* al tba €te»M'flr», 
bflMit iRttfr aprtoUea aTfriBf ««d 
flp tf«to gtodB«ig 
m vrnn 
artyiilnft wa»,iito. liiii inol^ 
«m pevlagto (alttteat )to Mg aa 
t^Mm fMto l» IN Ato wat^, 
(^^ <^ai^ M*itf ahe^ ttte 
'IjWb l|%" ^1 ariioiwBwi Mr 
tf tlb M whea ste'i not (m 
«^^4 4agaet J^ l4M, btoutl- 
M f|« hMh, Glider kaeM 




prestot of the Garden Club of 
firglnla, will be here to presaA 
Uie awards and Mrs. Jo^fh D«l 
and Mrs. dLl. Madeira are two 
bae4»uiy BeliGhites bubbling witt 
pnxnodons and etdmsiasm tor 
these tun da^ or T(mes] ... So 
m«^ \nii0iia Beadi members ci 
the F^cfaian Chamber Music So- 
(^.including Mrs. J. F. Short 
and Mrs, Maurice Medtaidi. are 
di^f^itly midcing plana tar toe 
sQMHjue subacrifrtiaD drive for 
FeSdmw's 19th Reason wito ito 
(^lening perlE»naDQa oB October 
mi. let. 0yda Bndtott. Norfolk 
is aitesiif taktag sidncrii^ans. 
FASiOOH^LES 

^m. Oaode Stottb. at toe Bay 
Eaibor's toat Bl-idiee Grour 
brunch. knUiig coolest on a hot 
^ to 4 Mack Unen sheato to 
m^bek kar i^anly eei£ad knr^ 
btoek bah-! . . ■ Moddlng ^ 
City's f^ and Fkiranoe ^inbon 
Mis. at toe aame ton spot ««e: 
Mrs. Cart lieOaas leoktog shtfp 

ka <yir ¥h4«r t iwwTi wiM i r k^ 
brown ^tlvet karat! ... Mrs. Lee 
Dupraa atiantfg to a Mack Velvet 
haUfuMi^ mAt GMie09 
baaaan . . . Mn. Gtoie Wlktos. 
Mn. JTaeaM ti. CMi% Mrs. G. S. 
StoaniMr behkaadtoa w^ged aie- 
gaa% Md Hit. J. % Pottor to a 
goldn bkndb wig that togN«|fied 
fvtrytoto tfl rito todk it «ff to toe 
(toafe! : . Mrt. JaiiM Dadaa, to 
a cook»Ql ^Md CQlttB dafytog 
toa keM. aallMtoatosaBy ekatttog 
itoout bar iMtfog aetMOas al her 
vary mm Sheire Mve Martoa! . . 
OfiamOt alvtotlatog tody Laura 
Laitob to an etotk foraat green 
eriten <v«ry MeitieaB todktog) 
wIltiteidBntfytag band atop her 
h^ ou^tog her tevt»«d 
pattiilie cotf and diatting wito her 
toMhaeli giaals at toe Itoy Harbor 
mtli a ofiMMtototo! . . . We 
Mtod thi jiart Hack ¥dvit bow the 
dkHh ItaMM - dtoaetor Mrs. 
Otnfi'H. MMMiger was wear- 
ily fit niit bitot tbttH to a hat, 
totae atotBitattatog ««vet bows! 
. . . LovAto and reapaetod de- 
rigner CeQ Ctaj^Maa. «he reoeot- 
to* ctoaad ^^ iMr own stodiA to 
HMhittaB. tomito for kar deko- 
tante and evening drtwa uooea- 
hir torn MRie if sow Ittsoctotod 
wito the Hoitoa tf iaHmel Winston 
and wil Ivtog eat a new Mtos 
Wxa^ton Une wito nefw , freslnaas 
and ^^fittm- <^ toM> lomy 
Bemmtm^^m Ae viittsd at 
toe Cavalier a few yean b^k! . . 
ifrs. Jtetoi. J, m^im^ wba 
looin pi a ti^ ^Mftxtos show> 
girl but Is up to ho- idMulders to 
PTA work, wea^ coikm beauti- 
fidly bitt stm in^ M. a "good 
bsffik black" ban bring more 



a hat! . . . Send us yoat eitquette 
qii^tkm itooto ieiuoo. We don't 
pititosa to toww ft aD bat we'U 
SUM toy to "M toe truto!" 



to Paui fttonan Cl»«lerd, Jr., sofi 
of Ifr. and Mrs. PMd fnKom 
Crawtei. 8r.. of »■ *iy Boad. 

IfliB P a rraHH»» to.»< na»k i atoff 
WaMgton Lee High ichool Ar> 
UB^on, «ad Straitoni CaBap J< 
Danville. She is ampk^ >* •• 
Bank of Virginia ^^b- '_ 

^ proapectiw brideppom atp 
tended AMantic GfaHHIan Oimm 
and is now at Pope Air fVKCt toae 

in Norto Carolina. 
A Decentoer wedding Is ptonaad. 



llmoBgha 

Wf univisauji oi 

^ftoatsp 8M 

b^ Drive, WBatto navto Mm 
of 4131 Omtwood Lane: and Ed- 
«^ P|0s> Debary ol 5U7 Am- 

\ar\y1SiMd. 

• * • 

Beta) aadii Wlae af SU|B ^sitk 
AvtBoe wiH soon recaive bar MB 
toe wversity of dk- 
noto as the stamnr gradoatea' dl- 
pknnas will be maitod ^bout Oc- 
(ob«- 15. ^e att«^ the Gra<top 

ate scfaod. 

• * * 

Swan mubttii Sqtora ef HIS 
aaUaf Ct. is listed aiMig toe 
ple^ U Miami Utovaral^s ao- 

roriUaa tor Ohi Gnapi. 

• • • 

CaM Hnry L. Mashlw, son of 
Cklr. and Ifrs. A. J. Maakaw of 
^M Powrta Poito Mv was 
Tie trntttm who 
"Flat^ Week " at Ike 
SMdb Caro- 



VI 



Amtog ^ f 
ws ttcbard v. wp 



ChristopbH- Grattan - Cooper. 
1411 N. Bay Shore Drtv*. has grad- 
uated from toa Famous Aittote 
Sdhods «l Waaiport. Oonnectfeut. 
Ha apat^dtoM to ctmmmial art 
■ttd iOuatrattaB durtu M 
eourse wito tiria haau 




atfBti hair cotor is navar ^oB^ rt «« 3^ 
ha^ «t^ WW peito««d a new |||M|«i^p^ for m^ 



MoBdaa. Wittttyoor tiaaaaa not fldi, fW #«r« Monde Mas 
Bght at tot top whaw tot saa^aaadH iHII 



at 



a 

Itoa 



to (SaAaton, 
C^iiHateffHiBn Sept. 



_ j.l^^,maf8»ilBra* 

Road to anxxig the new fmtonen 

enitMd al LafifBtoi c«lto0a, &» 

ton. Pa. lie to a praitoate «f fVaak 

W. Cox H^ scfaoo! and «rill «»■ 

jMT in history. . 

• • • 

Alice WiOiairaon has bera sdect- 

ed as Mie (tf the new Iredsnui 

cheerleaders on Chowan College's 

papaquad. 



the napt al the neck. Itoa Natnre does ft. ^^.„., 

•04 LASKIN up., VIBGIHJA BEAOI PMi- CA i-Sltl 

lOfi 



16. 





Cardyn Rfaibaiidaoo, daugiter of 
m. and Mrs. E. P. Biehaftiaon of 
m iN ^re^ has reeaN«d the 
loMsmic honor if ai^aetkto as a 
Jto^ Ud»r for tmm at Ran- 
de%li Maooo ^Womtoi'a College. 
IMtfa a^ (^#sa) anmri^ from 
1^ menibers of toe Jjalor class 
whotave toe bigbest academic 



CU8SIFIED 
BAMAINS 




A rtd, wUte and Uae tea tobte 



„. Ctoat steawka ir tes . HmMt- 
f^ MM'^itoi kteh^ftr' IMefii 
wtto wklte< dakito to a wkMe 
iHMtoM kwH eaaty sal toe La. 

kar Di^^Mrto^-Jnlr aMtf . 
Seen to (he 'Mtojr Otystoi P^- 
aoe af F^Alan. to Better LIvtog 
Oeater, New Yartfa jfaiM*s 



VXROINIA BEACH - "nie first 
me^tog of toe Parent-Teftdiers A»- 
sociatton of W. T. Cooke school 
will be hdd Monday. 1^ teadiert 
will hold "Open Hous?" and ra- 
cdve the parents from 7:15 pm to 
I pm. ' 

After a brief btntoess meeting, 
refimhmanto will be stfved to toe 
Ubrarjr. 



m SHOW 



/). 



WGLFSNARB PLANTATION - 

Bay Harbor Chto wiH be Ike set- 
tlig to a Hat Show and Card Par- 
ty to be presented by the INtonart 
PiantotioB Garden Chib Ftkby 
mpmiii^ to 9:30 ajn. 

Hats wfll be by My Hat Sboppe 
fif PortRBOUto. 

DoQtttoD wfl! be $1. 

3 



IHMP 

Plan Coffee 

NORFOLK - Mrs. MiU7 BroOiffl, 
the assistant chaurman of the Nk- 
tional RqH;4>Ucan Ctawrittae, is 
makii^ a tour oTHit Itot^ apeak- 
ii^ lo womens duN. 

A "coffee" has been planaed. for 
the First and Second Distrtet i^ 
pitolkran Womens' Cktoa to te 
dven today firom 10 ajn. to 12 
noon at the' Lake ,VW^ Motel 
8280 North Hampteo boutevari 

Mrs. Brooks is the widow of 
Senator G. Wayland irooks 
(Curly), and toe &i^» rf a far- 
mer Senator .John •ftomas W 
Idaho. Sie began her polktoal ca- 
reer as a terai-ager and has wwked 
on the natiiHial tovd, < m^^ i. 
toe two years ,d» >VnjtM^_' ^ , 
tmdly t«w*» The fM WfW^ 
Co., aid«l by her «)n Jcto. 

She has served as her fiHher's 
hostess and wecuUve secattary to 
WasWngton, D. C, 

In 1942, efter her flrit toabaad's 
deato to a tragic hurting acddeift, 
9he met Senator Brooks whom Ae 
married in 1946. Ito was NitfoMl 
Ommitteonan of IQtoois at the 

ttane of his deato inW It^ ^ 
socceeded Mm ^ iMktod otaa- 
mitteewoman, 

On May 19to of toto year. Mrs. 
Brooks became Cbt «a)8toDt to 
Bay Bliss. 

fV)HowiiNJ toe. . coffee, Mrs. 
l^tnla win be acpoiiipanied by toe 
cUb {ve^fflts of toe Fb«t and 
Seomd Districts to toe airp<»t as 
she preiar« to fly to Roantdie. 

UNKHORN PARK GC 

VIRGINIA BS^GK -r Ltokhom 
P«k Garden CUb «ff D niM at toe 
Prtooess Anne Cotuntay CSub ca 
FYtday at 11 am. to hear Fred 
nwtte speak e* "^uKa ^pid 

uaas." 

tteMtoers ^ otodOt early fall 
flowers lac colm- to aa anraa^ 
meait to be used to a MSdam or 
vtotiortan setting, and a Krikween 
oompoaltlon u^ a amaB pompr 
kto If desired. HorttovAtOral sped- 
ntoBs 9n to be roMa, claMlas. zin- 
nias. V ' 

satssM 



Sx V&igtoto Ikcit Ato Force 
none aAato fw^ml distant 
CTunwraiwfWt awarda^tor overall 

■ I . I I - I II. I ^ '".'," ' " — 

WMPERINfi PINES GC 

VntoiNlA ttSACt - 1!m Whls- 
pertag Piitoa Gardte Chib btgan 
its fall leaaon «4to a meeting at 
tlK home d Mrs. L. P. Crockett 
aid a flower dtoie. 

All arraajKamnto «to« given to 
members told ki«idl wto were in. 

Mrf , S. S. Howard gave instruc- 
tions toi toe fuO tii^)fe. 

Mr^ James adtter wak elected 
as the new ^rrespcmding Mcretary 
iw fi» coining year. 

A Aald irip Is planned to Sea- 
abort State Parii to October. 

TwojMr rftbras were wtn by 
ifrs. ,L. t. NMNMTt ito* her horti- 
oiltare 




R£roSBIffiEn3 SINGE31 Sswtag 
Madiina-f^y equtoped to tig- 
z^ oVttcast, etc.; fnO siza, 
heavy duty, round bobbm. Pay 
toy-away balance of ^.90 or 
small mqrtldy payn^it 

|SUra> Ni^ undUEBod aaw- 
tog macMne and cabtoet Fully 
ec|i4>ped to zig-sa((. overcast, 
'ete. Or^inaOy soU for |1&S&^ 
Pay li^r-atway baUtoce of 130.61 
or 6 pay mento «rf jlJtt. 

BSS'OSESSP) WHITE SEW- 

QiG uiicam - wm sto-akK. 

oyeruHt, eto.JBalw^ of 07.50. 
4to yours. 

MAKES & MODELS 

MCCAR 

SIWING CiNTiR 

IKM N^rvltw Avt. 

UMipM flwp p Mt Cei«f 

PHONItU-SIII 



ki im Norfotk't Public LUM'ary WM fiouMd frf 
Granby and CoNtg* P^««»» iformerly A« told 
UAflvfl ^atM Bank and fhto Hmi^otk itaaidaiKto. 

. . . Than H. D. Oliver had served for 28 years. 

TIm boildi^ at Granby and CoJkge Place had s«ved 
\ msasMHIkJ^ ^^^ 8ekb7 toAises to the Ihnt vn« 
- forpMl^ protected. the city's waatth when the 
bsmiym% bank. It toen served as the city's firrt 
Buhlto ttravy. E D. (^ar had been aarrtng the com- 
mi^ty's vital needs for.raapteted toaacal and toiitol 
services lor many yMffs. 

!M&^ toe Itoraiy is a ntogalflceiit structure wito maqy 
fartochea. t,V. OUve^ to now one af lha.»tat velpected 
names to ito fieUL An aapariotoed ataff and two fiat 
toanes, cme at Virgtoto Beach, enaUe them to serve 
ytwr every netd, complately. Call on R D.OHver. 



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ManiaiAl 






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WE NEED YOD 
lUMI&DAffi 




SUPPORT.YODR 
CHILPREN'S TEAM 
BY InENDING W GAME 

Corrtpliments of , 

fucs 3hi dfoMfd 

3l5 Uskin Road 
Opposite Colonial Store QA ft-itOl 



ANTICIPATES PAVING 

AN INCREASED 




at the rate of 





SHbJ^S FOR THE LAWES tim THEIR pAUW^^W 
TEEN-AG^ CHARM '^ClASS 

Our Htm teen-age Charm'Clas's, each Wednesday 4pef- 
noon, jnow being formed for fouriumks. If/rtwc ctMffxr 
further information. 

6p4^ kiolidUy & Fntaf €t^tfmgs tU 9 pM 

IPMMtototoPHBiii^paBtoNiMiMaB*^ 





per amum 
t$ savers of record 
J^ecemberSL 19M 

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No Aetioii 
Taken 

VIRGtNU m£A(3I->aty Omndl 
tDflfc no «<k» an ««i |gM t ipn from 
cWcUman itmek Ihrdoi Uatniaf 
to a^ the (knff»I Aawndi)ly to 
^ve it a re^tMiMlve on the 
Hamptcm Roa^ Suttt«U(» District 
C<Mnrai^on. Dxincilman Lawrence 
Marfan was to ifreemetA wtth 
barden. 

Portnnouth is tiw other dty In 
Hampton Ro«b whidi does rot 
have rq> n wg li ti it iv^ mi flw «wn- 
mbskm. ' 



S.S. OFFICE TO EXTEMD IHHIR$ 

NOf^OUC^llMs Social Saeurtty dte. bat who ir* Mt wtMad to 



yifftnla ftNf^ fj^, fhiATsiffty, Ity^ffil^r ^. 196S 



PiitSA 



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* Isrlorence VUllion 

^3^ i«»ls?ft Roa# V r43#<joMege Place 






WILLNerS ■ WILLNER'S ■ Wi£LNER*S 

i«I Kin Js of... VILLAGERS 

WOW/ W/iat a Sclccfionf 




VirnGER BLOUSES. SKIRTS. DRESSES 
AMRmNG DAILYI 

^ WE will •£ CLOSED ItlONOAY IN OBSERV^WCf OF 

RiLISK^S HOUDAY 




FeftfuHng TU^iiMiler** 

UR6EST SELEaJON 

Of Small Shea 
34ol5-6tof6 



108-110 FREEMASON ST. 
, DewiifewR Norfolk 



SHOP FRIDAYS 

UNTIL a PJI. 



Two 1o^ jNwng iNRwn have 
iwoi lekcte] to a^sear in the 1986 
edition d "OutstandinK Young 
Womea (d Mntrnkt." lYiQr are 
W». Blllie Cm^ HaniaoD of 
Coral O^^ OMirt and Mrs. V«tia 
Sms Ftey of 101 Bui(Ung Aveiue. 

Tvro sUidflots fttiH;^ Virginia 
BMKh haws OMtAad for, the ftat^ 
sender at Bebn^nt Abt)ey Coi- 
kge, Bdnvnt, N. C They are 
WiUam Driiricwaiter. son ot Ver- 
non DrMiw^er of ne 4Sth street, 
and a graduate of Vh^a Beach 
Hi^ school; and Peter Midiael 
Muller. son erf Cononarafer Walter 
F. MuOer of 23M BfeiyviDe Read, 
mid a graduate of Princess Anne 
Hi^ School. 



UttiA OCRce in.NoffoHc wiU i«> 
mata opm mtU 8:00 p.ni. nA 
Vryiiff evening for the nest several 
inoBt& i» tiw added convwtance 
of ratidento of the area, Mr. J. A. 
MMtiaon, Sociia Security District 
ItaMf^. said today. Iheae eve^ 
nlng horn are In wlditkn to the 
re^lar f.-OB ajn. to 5:00 p.m. 
AdieAile of office hours, Monday 
tluwigh FYiday 

Vbr. Morriaui pointed oM OuA it 
is impMlaiA for many peqpia to 
get in touch with the District (Xflce 
to take ikhlmtbge of the health 
taisin-a^ and o^ provUk^ of 
dM UK 411161:^11^8 to ttw Social 
Seoffity Pn^noa. ^Umi^ mcai 
peopte are aUe to visit tlM offue 
durii^ the di^. maW flnd^ Im- 
posi^ to ib so because dSei^- 
pbymoA a* hooK le-spodstt^tli 
llie tioMk SocM Security 
is at 2^ West Snonbleton Avenue 
The telepbMW mafidier is S842S1. 

Ili^ thrae major groups of pec^e 
yfm snofa get in wwa wini tne 
Social Seairity Office are the fol- 
bwii^, Mr. Morrison sahl: 

1. Pec^ who are oam 65 «- 



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BACi<nt> SCHOOL — SPECIALS 




NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 




WIG SET $4.00 



DAY & NIGHT CLASSES 

6 DAY FREE TRIAL 

COMPLETE COURSE 

$250.00 



CLISIIC PRICES 

Haircut ..... $1.00 
Shampoo 6- Set . . . .$1.50 
Permanents . . * . . $6.50 

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work ptrformad by ttudmts 



WIGS $69.95- 
100> Human Hair 

WIGLETS $19.95 



TliALIA — Thalia Gardoi Chib 
held its fall meeting recertfy at 
the Hialia MeUiodist Church. 

iPranic W. Israel, guest speaker, 
lectured « *i:ko«liig Orddds." 
dM tjowm the oeauuful orcnids 
thAt cM> be raised in the hcune or 
in a small greenhouse. 

Is'ael spoke of plans to organize 
an "Orchid Society" in Virginia 
Beach as there were many ama- 
teur orchid growers in this area. 

The club voted to contribute $25 
to the Windsor Woods Bran* of the 
Virginia Beach Public Ulnrary. 

Dpl^ates ta the Tidewater Dis- 
trict Ludieon of the Virginia Fed- 
eration of Garden Chibs which 
will be held at the Lafayette Yacht 
Cli^ on October 21st will be the 
{N^idfflit, Mrs. J. D. Mathews and 
Mrs. L. L. Kie. Jr. 

Ddegates to ^ Fedra'ation d 
Garda Chibs of Norfolk ami Vi- 
rinity. Inc. meeting to be held at 
the Fedot^n ^^ on S^ 
tembqr 23rd, is Mrs. Mab^i a^ 
Kn. G. L. V^i*d. _,_^_._ 

Mrs. J. W. Fqmpr wta appfhl- 
40 j^ittms& <^^BeautfficafioR to 
woit with the sCJodncil of Garden 
Clubs of V^^nilMeach's project 
to landscape and^ beautify the 
grounds <rf tiie new Graeral Hos- 
pital of Vfat^inia Beadi. 

Plans are being formulated for a 
progressive lundieon to be held 
November 10th. Mrs. N. P. Amato 
Is in charge of arrangonents. 

The members will tour the Her- 
mitage' Foundation early in Octo- 
ber. 

Mrs. J. R. Goft Mrs. Kee and 
Mrs. H. W. Knowles will attwid 
the Judging Sctool to be held Oc- 
tober 12. 13 and 14 at the Norfolk 
Federatkm of Garden Clubs build- 
ing. 

New members welcomed to the 
meeting were Mrs. S. Siegel. Mrs. 
M. E. Waters, Mrs. J. J. Cronta. 
Mrs. J. W. Rowe. Mrs. S. J. Ash- 
bee. Mrs. W. N. Hodges. Mrs. D. 
k Rhoades md Mrs. R. M. Bu- 
dianan. 

Blue ribbon winnra^ fa the ar- 
tistic class were Mrs. Knowles and 
Mrs. Kee; red ribbon wlnna- was 
Mrs. Amato. 

In the Iwrtiailture class, blue 
riHwrn winners w«« Mrs. Grayden 
Early, Mrs. H. 0. Freeman, Mrs. 
Mathews, and Mi^. Van de Rlet. 
Red ribbon winn^ was Mrs. G. 
L. Ward. 



social secw^ iMNBto. Soitii of 
thai« pM|)it «« «MMe ^ (>««- 
fiU. btA imt aot iHpUtd Im ttmn 
beonw th^ a^ Mi working t\M 
One. Mr. Morrison miphufaced 
tti^ U is de^raUi te ttieM peiyle 
to m>\y now to i^abliah th^ 
mxm security baMflt ri^ «nd 
to qualify far the ho^tal insynttice 
protectkm that b^hu In Jidy, 
nlM. He oiq^itdl that no one 
can iMe by apfdyk^ for bemflts as 
aoon as he read^s 66 (thoae who 
retire b^weoi 62 md flS nuiy re- 
o^e ci^ bnentt, but in, a p^^ 
OMnently re<hiced amount; ttwy 
ore not eligible for ho^tal imat' 
ance until th^ rtach 65). 

Many of the pec^ 72 cr (Mer 
are not now getting boj^ts be- 
cause Oiey (or their hudiands) had 
kA work«l Plough umfor social 
securijfy to qualify. Mai^ of th^c 
now fejMll^le for ca^ 
ben^tt boMt&rrue jpew law re- 
duces the fflBDukji^rit required 
tot iTflst pei^ie 1X9 oncf . 

1 Widows 60 (NT 61 years of age 
who under die old law WMild have 
be«n eUgibk for wkfows braefits 
at age 82. They may now apply for 
sociid seciuity boi^its as eariy as 
1^ 60 if th^ widi to acc^ a 
permuwntly reduced amount. 

3. UnmoTied studeirts ffi to S 
years <tf age whose social security 
ben^ts ha^ beat It(^)p6d and stu- 
dents who receive awdid secwity 
benefits W are nearing ap 18 — 
who plan to coiMlnue fa sdwol. l^ 
(Ml i^Ucation, mrathly bOMflts 
can be paid batk to Juwary 1966 
to umnarried studoits whQ were 
under 22 m January 1965 and who 
ware Artq^ from tlM social se- 
curity rolls when th^ readied 18. 




BAY COLONY GC 

VIRGINIA BmCH - The first 
meeting of the new seastm of tiie 
Bay Cotony Garden Chi> irtH be 
hdd October 6 af the Prfaceis 
Affile Cmintry dub at ftt awf 
tiftie of 11 a.nL ~~" ~~''^] 

Hostesses will be Mrs. A. M. 
Brooks, Jr., Wn. John MandiaU, 
Mrs. James i&dHimry, and Mrs. 
Earl Willia. 



SALE TUESDAY 

VIRGOHA BEACH > The White 
Eki^iant Sale, sponsored bf the 
ladks auxyUarjr to Ifae QiMral Hot- 
pltal 0^ Vlrglnli Bnch. via bo 
held Oetoiiir « heitaBtag ^ M a. 
m. In the PoiorMna Room cf IN 
Cavalio- 9eadi Cbib. 

Proceedb from tiie sale will be 
used for faoqntal projecti. 



• SCIH)L/«SHIPS AVAIUBLE to HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 
• FOR STUDENTS RETURNING TO HIGH Sa*O0l1J0U ARE QUALIFIH) 
FOR SCH<HARSHIP Cinder THE D. E PROGRAM 
CAU TODAY FOR INFORMATION 
OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY JANAT BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1*737 Vh^lnia Beach Blvd. \> ' 1274 N. Military Highway 

Hieiw 428-3246 ^ Ph«» 855-2061 

OPEN NIGHTS TILL 10 PM. 



AU. PURPOSB 

3-IN-ONE'OIL 

Oils Everytliing 
Preveirts Rust 

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When newcomers move to 
town, oar Hosteai greets 
them, and extends a wel- 
come, with the personal me»- 
sages of our friendly, civic- 
minded sponson. 

NEWCOMBS 

GREETING 

Mrs. Margarat Lownuin 



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Lflfl to figkl Rfr. aai Mn. i. J. PUi^ Mr. aari Mrt^A. J. 
at the Oivalkr BMMdi mi Cabm^ Cm. 



•Ml Mr. Mi Mn.. L H. BiWaa 




Lait *i ifiHi Mr. aai Mii. 



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Male M Siwqr WA lodk dM f» 
Sht M. WendNM lar fli or 
Mitoi to yoir chwcft tan 
era tin tfm» for c ro cM« 8 ib* 
Mtr aid i*M. SMd fcr Ni. IM. 

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Mrib took esotaUw acfsaTiMMenH 
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poMni flf ywr dbafce ii A ciidb 

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1^ vvft mBsr^yf^&$tC9 cMi 

will have aOdfe lu^l^a iuQchtoo 
on Oc^ibef >^.^:M ^JUt. at the 
Bay^ HariMT <%tb.,apfi. Gjte C- 
E^igledove, ol tUa Vbi^ Fa^ra^ 
tkio of Wott^l &^ Witt he ttir 

gueat iq>edM^^ 

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llirs. Ibfl^tdcqw wlB coiM he« 
frain lUdiftidiiil. wi^ere aha hM 
temi u pMMem of hef kcal 
diA). hai lemd as semtaiy. vlce- 
prerident and (aeaidpit of die Lee 
District She is a past aecwd vice- 
presMleot. SNt irioe^riakiaBt t^ 
preiidrat of Qie Virf^ fVda» 
tion of Womni's Chdis. 

She iras the foundfag B«ddent 
of (he Rterident's Council of RIdi- 
mondWonen'iChiia. 

9ie Is cwreiitfy senfiai w 
boar^ of n^y organjtiiitkwis fa 
Ridmid. suob as the JUdBMuid 
Beauti^ation Advisory Committee, 
Mental Heid^ Aaaociation. Sah«- 
tton Army, ,hiyedle Court of Rich- 
mond, V^lgtafa. ,TB Asaocii^fai} aod 
Vir^nia Aasodatkm In: the Pre- 
Y&^/6n of BUndnoB. 

Mrs. Skigledove k li^ fa 
"Who's Who of Amtttean Women" 
and "Viigfaia Uvea." Ae reoehred 
hi July 1965. radki statkn *WRNL's 
Certificate of Merit for Outstand- 
tog Seeske fa the fidd of Coonm- 
nttv Leade9^i4>. 

The Ci^ Baay Woman's Gdb 
hmatea an invitation to idl area skb 
fireridents and dub womoi tfie op- 
{MMtuoity to hear Mrs. En^edove. 

:neaae cdl fai reaervatioBa to 
Ifrs. 9. Nod FalKv^ 34MB71. by 
11:00 am., on Oe^dba Slh. 




Left to r%ht: Mr. 
Cavatter Beadi «g 



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BKASJEY . nOTB 

VQU3BIA BBAjOH - UDm Bar- 
hare Ann Sntfili, din^bter of Ifrs. 
Betty SRii^ of Viijsiaia Beadi and 
Frsik Uoyd Bmith of Largo, Flo- 
rida was married to Rob«t Beas- 
ley, soo of Mr. and lira. OiaHea 
Beadey of BadcBay Soroo^ Vir- 
0^ Bsach. ck Angnst S at ^^• 
l^a 9^iA. 

Hw #e niidBng «t HM Oeana 
Bodecvd. li«ilaBtaeli. 



WOODHURST GC 

VmG]N]A BEACH - Mrs. T. 
L. Piqiur, new,presid»it of &» 
Woodfaunit Garden <5dl>, called the 
Bxt(L medng to order at the htone 
qf Mrs. R E. Spry, 1833 Graham 
Bd. 

Other olQca^ for the year are: 
16s. k L. Grappa viceijresident; 
Mn. W. H. tiolonna, secrdary; 
and Mn. E. C. Sdmier, Jr., treas- 
urer. 

Exdtonent and enthusiaan over 
I^ins tfid preparatkMis lor the 
Christmas bazaar to be hdd on 
Novdnher 6th was the order of 
theevadh^ 



KHG'S GRANT GC 

K&HSS QSANT - The JQagi 
Grant Qmeim (Ssb hdd its tk^ 
meetb« of the season recently at 
dteiMBie of Mrs. F. N. Howe, with 
Ifrs. thfamra L Ray aa eohoa- 
taM,-"' 

Birs. Hdrbert L. Mdr, prasUlest, 
freriikdovsr flie avnal boAiMa 




Uft to ri^: MiBi 

and Rom^ Jaedto at iM <^v»' 

Uer Beach Hid ^^ahaaJ^O^ 



fUM iMrt nraoioieed tae a '^Qa^ 
dp tmsT to be hdd toOm» 



WOLF»iMCC 

woiji^sHABE nAmmm - 

Hie regidar me^ag of Ihe iUH- 
snare PiairtatHB Garden ddb was 
hdd receM^ fa tte home of Ibt. 
M. J. Sdiwordu 

Plaai were male far tlw Card 
P»ty and Hat ^ to be hdd oa 
Friday at Hie Bi^ Haitor CU^ 

Awante isr artett: MMigaMiata 
vmA'to ytt% Schwsitz. ^m; Mrs. 
A. P. CiAmib, nd: M Mrs. F. 

Id the bortkuHurfl cUh. Mrs. 
C. H. AOntf Mii.l|^ Hai|6 rt- 
edvad bhit dbbtM. H^ J. J- WO- 
son and Un. C M. toato, ladi 



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The felbw In the editoflel certoon 
wNch ^>p««r» on this page is unfor- 
tiinetely r«th«r typical of en evtrege 
Mnzmn, Someday, he'il g«t around 1o 
participating in community affairs. 
MMnwtii(« he h content to grip* about 
%tiat is wrong, then promptly forget 
^96ut It. Cv«7 once In a great while, 
ipme p^^ai<*r W*m In the news spurs 
1^ on, l»jt for 1*» most part, he Is 
•peth«^ wh(Wi It torrm to dvic and 
community aff^rs. A^e do not iiondemn 
him. Her do we there his attitude. 

To our m^fukr readers, this tiay bfe 
a lantfllar theme, but It Is one that we 
#^ must be pounded i^jon often. 
.W9 o^y seek one thing. We wunt to 
M 4 ^ citl»ns (^ Virginia Beach 
Uilei^d In H«e welfare of the pty. 
Jmi ^ watn It un<krstood that the 
diy is t^ «itlre dty, not just separate 
eiSNS. Tl^ days when It was just Bay- 
^e, fhin^, l^n|»viile and Oceana, 
k) mtm |u^ i few, «• gone forever. 
Now lf>e vitie^ dty must pull together 
«il move foNf^rd, forgetting relatively 
un^\ imiivWiual settlements. 

Parlcipation In community affairs in- 
volves man y l|tfmSt,ficw t he parents of 

school prajirarfw. ihe PTA, thf athJetlc 
nmm, and an ItmmtH ^ ^ NiacJiers, 
eiM^intetra^^ and cMfrtwItlm. For tfie 
Hoi^dH^; W mw» pWHclpatton In 
clvte teii^, ^att^ «#«» and worn- 
m% dA, iind typporf <rf ^r pf^ 
^&m dtai^WiMl ^ help bulkf a bitter 
dty. ^ Wi ln^e^ffwi it itiMru p•^ 
Mc^tom in i^pm ^mk mt l^^mm, 
iMMmk^ ^ d^ ind char Itat^ or- 
0^lttom mtd ^mtr^ting toward the 
frfiv^ cl !f^ Virginia Beadi economy. 
fif every €^m, It n^ans becoming 
IMly 9w^B ^ ^nHiat Is going on In the 
^ ffid hivlfig an <^nion concerning 



what is going on. j 

^ good I community Is m\ Informed 
community. We believe It is htiportant 
to read the new^per f rwn cover ^ 
covef, listen fo the radio, watdi tele- 
vlsiori, iind attend mew^ngs mwely to 
stay M>neast of our complex society. 
ICnowMge of Our city governrnent is 
certainly an excellent way to participate 
h\ oonwnurilty affairs. It is the duty of 
all of us to hear wtiat candidates have 
to say, k»m a nopihlon and then elect 
the man best t^ualifled to represent 
ouraelve* ar>d our dty. And when some- 
thing daes not suit us. It Is our duty to 
let It be kr^Ejwn in the right manner, 
Mthe rthan cortf^laining it was ^ot done 
the right way. ^ ^ ; , 

Too often p*^te hearings m City 
Council haw had too few views pre- 
sented. Too often the hearing rooms 
have not been filled. Too often repre- 
sentatives from Interested groups do 
not even show i^ to voice an opinion. 
And too often these same persons who 
me m^ rtwre claim later they were not 
aware of what was happening. 

But pAftldpation in commwiity af- 
fairs does not stop with ^^ interest in 
pt^llc n?^«»f»» It ^eqwet doing ^omB- 
thing aloout it. It may* mean: a litSe et^ 
tra wofls. It may mean we hav«i,td miss 
w evening In fron of the television set 
or a nm after the dinner meal. It may 
hmm i little extra money to be spent 
ilpert Improvement of one's mind, as 
well as one's property. Yet in the end, 
^ Ifilnk it is well worth the little extra 
^fwt, end that the end justifies the 
fi^fis, l>artlcipation in community af- 
fair* to«is to two things ... a better 
city,'Wwblted by well-infornied solid 
citlans, and that intangible aspect 
known as civic pride. We think both of 
th<»e goals are worth fighting for. 





^EN FORUM 



HM-off ttk the Virff^ Beach 

aty dMacU fcr tofc jSH«i»>i^ 

md lar*#*«i nwve ia purchaiN 
iiie im leet at oceiB front i*©- 
DCTty (tfaMe l« »etm that nin 
fron Ae oce« to tha bay) for i» 
recreatiiMal use iffld enjc^nwrt dot 
only df ttie people of Virgin^ 
Beach, but d ttie whole Udewalar 

area. 

In my optekJB <aod I Mi m 
comectkm wUh tMa traa saMoPj, 
the prtee paid for tWs ^v^"^ 
ttpmato its fair markrt ytkm. I 
know <rf owaa front prop wty i<* 
a few mUM south oi tMa hattflD 
that is vataed at l.OOO.flW p» mfc. 
I believe te Ae years te ootte 
idl win see and recogniaa Ite wto- 
dom of our Caundls dedAa. 
Sincerdy. 

Oscar B. Fersbee. Jr. 
rmI Estate aroker 




"%eir Hf : V^B^M 

Thi^ you far the wondered Mt- 
Ude about the Windsor Woeds U- 
brary. Without the hdp of our 






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In otf eooa^ilM^ e>ev* 

We wndd^tte to <|ittaM»d Iks. 
PaMdi OB W Ptfki* md dMtty 
to < fMi»^ p^' Vtfs^ ^vh^ ** 
would lik» Ibem ti bww. We are 
^OM «6 |«tt A at the -m." 
Gratefully, 

int.*. & Bm, 

UbieryOim. 

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PieaM aco^A w Anfa and 
HywJMlaB fK te flna articles 
pdmtei to ttie Virgiiia Beach 

We are sure te^r pliqml « l^e 
pgrt la laild^E anr omMlp the 
■uecaia ft waa «|d altt*ig m to 
mM a Ifci €iHHwtt« f« this 
Avaded (Mldh^rt 



6i«y. Sec. 
Ave., F-4 
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SPECIAL TASHINOTON MPORl 



HyondTliiMooii . 

■y SMWIer CUKTON f, ANDBSON (D-N. M«i.) 
Manon ia ChainMii aff the fMiafa Commmta 

nan Aam 




^Scratches, Bumps And^ents 



T#iiipaat 



We have begun to question the in- 
tegrity of some people. It seems that 
some people are not interested in do- 
ing the right thing. This is a sad state 
of affairs. The Vlf|^nia Beach SynhatjK 
nice shiny station wagon, on which we 
have not put a scratch, bump or dent 
in the seven months we have been 
driing It. What disturbs us is tNi^num- 
ber of scratches, bumps and dents on 
it, to say nothing of the little nicks in 
the paint. Eery one of the marks on 
the car have been put there by per- 
sons unkrrawn. They are not serious 
marks or anything that interferes with 
ihe op^atkm of the car, ix»t they are 
there, and we did not pu therh "we. 

We hf ve returned to the car in the 
parking lot of shopping centers to find 
a new mark, and search as we might, 
we could not find a note anywhere 
frofh the person wHo yvas responsible. 
Whal tm the guilty party be jhinking 
of? Perhaps he is thinking th^ he got 
away witti it, ind that Is the end of 
that. That is interesting thinking, but 
we hope that it remains on his con- 
science. 

Too many tifhes we have found small 
dents on the-slde of the company car, 
as well as our private e^utomoblle, that 
obviously have come from someone 
opening the door of another vehicle 



too far and too fast. There is nothing 
we can do akjout this. All we can do 
is urge all drivers to be considerate 
and careful, especially when parked in 
m tight parking space. Wi can further 
urge drivers not to leave the scene after 
hitting another car and putting a small 
bump in the door or fender or bumper 
without kJentifying themselves in some 
way. There is always the chance that 
it was seen by someone else who did 
not mind becortnlng involved, and who 
was happy to take the license number 
ar>d report it to the innixent victim. 
The police have aflame for it. They call 
it "hit and rurs^ 



Witii the eW*-^ flurbt of Gamlni V lotted intd the 
books as another space success for the United Statef, at- 
<«ntion isiocuufed an the scheduled iwidaif6us ia flpace 
next month between Gemini VI and an 
Agenabooater. These flights and the i^ 
ceeding Gemini and Apollo missions will 
carry the Nation to the goal of laaaat 
asti'^Mits on the Moos in this decaw. 
The knowledge and eiqxHience gamed itf 
this endea?ori will i«t the stage for more 
a^ibitioas and complex space ventares. 

Our objadive of reaching the Moon by 
1970 was aet by President Kennedy and 
the Congreaa four years ago. Since Uiat 
time we have made grwit strides and 
President Johnson, fully realizing the ia- \ . , , 

portance of a space program, has continually voiced his 
strong support for the space effort attd.has seen that itS; 
momentum hio been sustained. 




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Mtey we be fmor^ the first Hi say, 

"We told you so." As we went to press 

last weWc, a RepuWtedn Congressman 

had called for a complete investigation 

«f ^ Oty of Vif^ia Beach's land pur- 

-^i (rf 144 acres at Sandbridge for 

♦«C#eat1c««l putpcnes. The price to be 

^aid was rt» bwe of contention. In ap- 

ptrn^ se^ng to discredit the whole 

dlNrt#ii|ilA^^ns and a few others chal- 

IW^ Ihi fjrtee tag. they called it too 

hi^, and tvsn w«nt so far as to imply 

^mitte profit at tei^iyer expense. They 

intvr^Md a Cort|ressman in calling for 

a full inv«t»gation, but that is as far 

fs the m^tw^ has gone. 

H&m ^ Wdtiral Urban Renewal Ad- 
tniitill^lliQfi says It currently plans no 
sp^ial investigation of the matter. The 
agency's administrator says the city's 
request for half the purdiase prioe from 
federal funds will receive the same ac- 
tion; as «hyone toll's, and th&t normal 
ixocedure will be followed in process- 
ing th« request. That prcxediA-a requires 
t^o {Independent ij^aisals to be made 
befdTt approval tin be given. Under 
t hftJUHIA program, half the purchase 
jMBri be bdrn^ by the federal gov- 
SriffiTt, ^hm land is ftm^ased for 

a ^amb that the Gty's 

ad to bi qUMtioned^n this 

th afact that an election 

^ ^ond»r t«W how much 

^i irtvo!\#^ m the qw^ 

s^ ^ UR4 has not 



\f^tnn^§ze that we are not alone \n 
this problem. Alrnost evefy car we see 
these days has a collection of minor 
dents and nicks, and the fact that we 
are r^ot alone is what concerns us. We 
begin to wonder why otherwise law- 
abiding citizens, most of whom carry 
Insurance against just such mishaps, 
cannot j^ honest enough to admit guilt. 
Integrity is at stake here, not the dents 
In the car. We have not done it yet, 
but if wft should ever accidentally 
bump into another car while the driver 
is not there, we will admit our guilt 
immediately m some manner. It is a 
pity all drivers do not feel the same 
way. 



been pwBSured into a full investigation 
by such tactlsc. There is no Indication 
^^n tt>e City's application Will be 
processed ,but it may be quite a while, 
according to spokesmen for the URA. 
Until that time there is no commitment. 
Already several Independent real es- 
tate firms in Virginia Bfeach have stated 
that they believe the price Is qqulqte 
fair. One such firm, not in any way 
connected with the transaction, even 
took the time to write the Virginia 
Beach Sun to state how fair It considers 
the pi Ice, (That letter ^)pears on this 
page in the Virginia Beach C^n For- 

Now that tha Dty has taken final 
action, approving the purchase. It is 
fully committed. We still, as we have 
in the past, fuiiy endorse 0ie land pur- 
ch«e, parfict^arly in view of the neces- 
sity of getting it ^fore it was gobbled 
up for a subdivision. Since the land in 
X question is o«e of ^9 ^art #fe«s '©"^ 
m» will m4c# exoaltent recreational 
land, we once again cheer the City for 
obtaining it. / 

We Hel that the City has made a 
good transaction In the Sandbridge 
ikt\, ami we are quite sorry that such 
a great of^rtynity has had to begin' 
with even a shadow of ckwbt concern- 
ing It. Now It is up to the URA. When 
thrt it ttver and regardless of the oui- 
@>me, we will be satisfied. To ws, it his 
b^ wd #«f «* matter ^as even 
qu^c^»i in thi fitsf j^iee. 



A Good Law 



#hen the 1964 Session of the Vir- 
ginia General Assembly passed a law 
requiring confiscation of automobiles 
operated by a person drivin gdn a re- 
oked 'or suspended license, we won- 
defed whether it was entirely enforce- 
able and whether it would be enforced. 
Part of the answer is now in. The law 
is apj^srently enforceable ahd is being 
enforctdi 

According to the TidewMer MM^SI, 
the r^onlhly publication of The Tide- 
water Automobile Association, the State 
Police ^v% seized 728 such vehides 
in the ( past year under the provisicins 
of the law. this does not take into ac- 
count Itle number of automobiles con- 
fi'spatfd by city apd rounty police, lior 
example, this , c^ity eft Richmond has 
seized 145 I nthe same period of time. 
AccottRnd to i ^akesman for Virglrila. 
Seach Pc3ice, at. least, two dozert have 
been s«*z*d in out dty. 
. The law l-equtres that a pc^i(» f^ 
car who has reason to believe he %% 
'itfestfed 1 person driving on a t&^ckxd 
prsuspen&J Whs6/must take pos- 
s«^Kon ©f the veWcle and turn It over 
lb IN Shtrlff 6f #i« bounty or the Ser- 
geant of. the dty whka the offense 
oGcwred. if t^^ driver is subsequently 
mr^imd, IhB .Iwt6 is sold, with the 
proc^Ws going ^o thp State Literary 
Fond. Nnpocent owners of these vehi- 
des eifi'ba WWfd, irtd the car will not 
be sold if they can prd\^ ttiat inno- 



cence. In other words, it behooves fll 
of us not to allow, anyone to drive our 
oars unless we are certain of the status 
of their operator's permit. 

The law was passed for one reason 
only. Drivers who had their permits sus- 
pended or revoked were continuing to 
drive, under threats only of another 
fine .This was no real deterrent, and 
Since they had obviously broken the 
law in the past, many Cohtihued to do 
so. It is not easy to get a license re- 
voked or suspended. Drivers must be 
convicted of major traffic offenses or 
a combination of several rhinor ones. 
With the confiscation law, a real deter- 
rent is on the books, ft is a harsh law. 
That we are aware of. But those violat- 
ing it have been proan to iae H^ ones 
who caused problems, up to and Jn- 
• tluding fatal accidents. As far as we are 
concerned, this law is a good way to 
k^ them off the roeds. But if they 
Itjfl insist on driving and are appre- 
hended for one reason or another, this 
ts a fine wiay to get them off the rdads 
for good. 

The superintendent of the Virginia 
State Police has said if the State can^ 
not rule in the case of uncooperative 
or incompetent drivers, that our entire 
driver licensing system will becorhe 
Mseless. We agree, and we hope that 
more and more of the guilty ones have 
their cars confiscated and sold. Maybe 
■Hlaf v4iJ stave off a few more a<%4dants. 



OTHa SPACl OBJiCTWmS 

Besides the Me<m MaMen Oere are other impoitant . 
aspects of the invatigaaon of space — objective^ we 
are now pursuiiur, otlers th^ may become de8irM)lA 
The latt« variety eoneenied the Sraate Space Gonsnitr 
tee recently duriiig three days of hearings to de^rmine 
m thlniang of ^ White Hottici^ tt^CMIcttal Aero- 
nautics and ^Aca Admii^^ation» the Department of 
Def sBsa, and the National A^demy of S<^«icei «i pos- 
sible programs after ApoBo. We knom iiiat tiie;$2Q 
Mlbn for Apollo is, in fact, buyiftt space craft, ground 
facilities and, mdst importantly, exp«ienoa that will 
bemused after ApoHo. ^ . j 

It is necessary to mot! in n^ascirea paai la#ard 
lealliing nKnre with instruments about Itoi and Venus. 
Only by tlwroogh hurthimentod probfog of thtea jilabets 
iHll the information be i^vailaUa to ^teradne imether 
tiioea environments are liOBpitaMf to «iy forts of life— 
the QiM^n fli&t captivates sdattistB. Ilie Voyiger 
Plroject hopes to viop an instiHiti^t packita oil Mars 
in Itri te transmit data on ^ plan^ary limosphere. 
NCW SPACE VEHiaES 

TUm United ^totes is dev^i^ing the vehieles that will 
eiutble us to choose from an array of options, including 
planetary travel. Nuclear-propelled rockets are one 
such family of craft Witnesses before the Space Com- 
mittee stated that spending on nuclear roek^ propul- 
sion is now at a reasonable level. Late next year or 
early in 1967 te^ will be run on an experimental sys- 
tem resembling that needed for light. Soon after that, 
« decision will have to be made on actual flight on a 
nudear-powered rodcet 

'ThB Space Committee was assured by NASA officials 
that they will istretch correait and planned spacecraft 
^or the fullCTt use before deciding to build new genera- 
tions <d vehicles. Thk te sound and fiscally responsible 
administration. 

The future program <ri]Jecthr«8 I have outlined are 
ambitious and serve to show ho# wide spread our ex- 
ploration of space can be. With tiese objectives now 
before us, we must focus ouir wergies on carrying oat 
tbaae objectives. 



Your Faith and You 

F^jsjudice is a fuoi^ thing. It is hard to koow «^«) we oame by 
it, hard to know that we have it. -and hard to uproot and get out of 
(Kir syi^ans. Thomas i^dne <nc« remarked that prejudice is lite a 
i^ider, it seems to thrive in the darkest and empt^t places. In other 
f^rdi, the nwre nearly en^y the meirtai attic, tite noore cobwebs 
of prejudice. 

It is strange that a generation d people which {Mit aicb great faith 
in science ai^ the sci«itific m^lMd, which k an hot^it exannnati<»i 
and dwervatwn of fact in search for truth, will accept prejudce, 
w!^ is blind acceptance of a doctrine without exaniinatiui of the 
faets and with little r^ard for truth. Uiat is a r^l paradox of wr 
times. 

Tliis suggests, of course, that tm way to check bigotry aiA preju- 
dice is to entity the adei^ic mednd. This is whi^ .fesus dki. Vlhesi 
disciple of Jotm the Baptist questi(m«i Urn as 'to Ids kfentity, he 
iailiei'liMm to "Come a»d see." Ihat is the fair«t, most open-inded 
ipvttirtiaa any<Mie can give: ''Come and see." Never con^nn any 
fGCim, or group d peofkt, imtD ^ have seen fer jl^ssitf . 

AMrtfao* way to check pr#iAce is thfs^ faith te God. Alwa^ 
renumber that the other p^'sm is a child ci God. He is a person 
d value in ttie eyes <tf God. Always Mfe wilUng M ^e him the beadit 
(tf doubt, and ym will disced, nKxre often than not, that he has 
petsonal wwth mi ^^i^ h > hitt^i bdng. Sone ci ti» mcst beau- 
tiful, ihMni^^, add l^i| tdafionsfa^ aiid frioMkb^ wifti ckm 
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KENTUCKY STRAIGHT 
BOURBON WHISKEY 





mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim 

TmA \mmam hM a poitctdair ffld^ ier CteMto 
way, and pel b* dsMM. Itaioa MB ti» rtack^fitot «Mi Iw 11* te- 
iihed out e( tte flrat tar. 

Tat bteii bacbakM- Aram Ehriwnt. B, irho will be AMk Ui 
tanous pearl-wMte Ml n«d la tt« dirtb-aBnual NaUonal m Met m 
Sunday, Octobo- 17, ^fMotf a record (htt ihowi tfuw wtai to Hie laal 
•ev«i Mtfts « Ifae dsnandUng mUe and a Mt Chvkitt tm^. 

Alao induded to Loransn'B p«waai raeord baek are %m raee 
aiMed reoerdf far botb ttie «• mile rM!e-"Wbrid aW' - wM^ he tfk 
to US at 111418 and tte Natkmd M aat laat Octdber at IMJM mpb. 
a record the "Etoahunt S^prees" wffl be oat to ana* «i Oetelar 1?. 

Lorenen'i re^rd bodt ate> diowi htoi m top moaef amb Im- tiM 
Charlotte radng pkuit with 180,2^ earaiofs rimx the trade (^laied to 
Jtaieof Ma. 

wu^ {H'aiAiuH <^ flc me wot wws, as woi a on, uiwjuii in 
nveeted all (rf his racii^ winiuii^ to ofl, matada, eonumnleMon aad 
air Une atocks «id Uvea oiEf of what he makn from t^tij^ ta& endorae- 
moita, unoH^ he aow does oo^ a Umited anouBt of teill|^ 

Fred i»'t the onfy Loreraen wtth an tofeavat to rai^. lb |oi^(«r 
brodier, lUcky, Is to his second yew M tiie Uobenrity of Souftern Qh- 
m>is wtiMPe he is majoring to autoncMve mgtoeeri]^. 

Rkky, a atra|>|)lng lOS poundnr, is ten ^nrs ywi^er dian hk 
fainoitt 9 ^ar ^ bnMher biA ibwea Ms toterest to racbig aMm# 
he prafNs the Oiieai^ tfea dri^ itrq^ toil* eMi tradn where Ms 
brother has foimd fane and fratune. 

tlrenzai is ciarently secMid to Ned Jarrett to the dollar deri^ 
fw 196S with |66,iffi to Jairett's $70,495 bi^ baaed on his past perfinn- 
ance at Qiarlotte, Usrenzoi standi, a ^»d dunce of redaimii^ tiie 
lead to that departnlp ^. the ttai^he checkered fbig iafis on die 
^,000 Natfonal 400 ri^ m October n. 

Bobby laaac. (Nie of the firrt American 500 enbiiea. pre&ts cttB- 
potion will be lively m the imni^al race Octob«- 31 at NoMi Caro- 
Una Motor l^fieedway. 

laaac lua been raetag a factoy^Mdrad Dod^ ^ aanon on Oe 
nortiiom United States Ai^ Odb oinaat, wUdi tochidea milt trada A 
Milwaukee, Ti^|itoo «d Lragheme, Pa. N(^ Caroltoa Motor ^)ted- 
iMiy is the «dy paved mite trade to the Soirik 

"We've rw three races so ter M MJltraukee," iWiaiteiit a d Isaac 
«^ drives a Dodge i»*ep«d 1^ 1^ Mdids of Ifi#ted, lad. "And a 
dlffer»t malM (^o- siA on the pole of ea<^ »ce. 

"Pad Goldndth lad a Plymoudi up Amt to At that «». A. J. ^ 
FV^ ipial^d finest to a l^^rd to tlw stcoid oiae, and S bad ac^ Doc^ - 
on dw p(^ to the third one. ^id I don't aae how mudh mora eomp^- 
tive you coukl g^ than to die (puWyii^ tar the ki%. 19 ric^ ^ Mil- 
wwdoe. 

'^y Dod^ was dodud at 16 aeoonds Rat. then eniaa V^ witti 
his FWd at 36.13, N«rm Ndaim to a Piymouth at 96.37 aid then Pan^ 
Jmrnt to a Fi»d at 36.56. 

"Things iduNik} be iriamit u eonp^tive at Rockii^asn, dnce it's 
a mile to 1«^ also. I'm kioid^ forwani to nming ttere." 

laaac. a aMve ^ Newloai N. C, eoacfadla hki UMC aaaion Sua- 
day wtth a fau^ race at Ifihrndne. llMa he catatti to KASCAft md 
the South, driviog hia Mdh^ Dodp to SO«idk w«ini|ii tk Ibitios- 
vHle, Va.. on Si|)t 16 and ItoH| ir#c^iMm m 0<4 6 j||r >! j^ .awl 
CSaT^er OfipiiiMMn's etffy Hi^ apfN^awica al a'80|fffi^i!iiMlway (to 



COMMUNITY LEAfiUE SCORES 



the aoanl 
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■1iiai» niiiai Day laar af NA8 Oceaaa prepare tt eat hiadt at dw eriiated 

(OlBdal U. S^Navy Phatoa) 



MDS IWME MVM. STATION 



vmcmiA bBach - 

Naval Air ^tatkm was hnttded If 
IM adto^ge dfildren on Saiirda^ 
as die aimual Kiwanis Sda Dagr 
was dMorved. 

Ei#it budoads of th» kids |l<> 
ri^ soon after 9:30 a.n^ Mi 
itagFMl tfll ateioat 3 p.ni. as iter 
got a first hand look at be MM 
timi fastaHBtion and w^ A^Mi 
ai the krtest (rianes ffiida|ui^to>lat 
that make Oceaoa the Jliio4 H^ 
Air tae ap the Eadt C«ttt. 

fte cUdren came f^enaU wdka 
of 0e to tte cammiaii^ M «er« 
members ^ various d^ jeoopa 
-boy and gM scouto, eaopiio 
^Is, boys and girls dulMif etc. As- 
isdng the Ktwdnis were |beiead- 



il» of tfieiwioai groups and the 
%MMgm irfio ttne ma a ri Mrt of the 
ttaaoia i^Qoiiired K^ Oai». 

H^tmm 3. PolkKy. dtaufaan of 
tfe bofs and 0A»vmk ^ ffiwanis 
«U> of l^yiBto Beadi latt diat 



the annual iQda' Day grows bl^r 
ev^ year. Waited mcm''duHi five 
years ago with is group 111 100 chil- 
dren, the evNit has qA^hOed until 
dik year they todK 694 Uds oa toilr. 
Last y«r iHae Txmb&r ^ 680. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH - Hie Vir- 
ginal Beach Conamnity Laagott 
«itertd die second wed( of {^ 
with ao gamea laat Satiaday, apon- 
aored by te VkgbsiM tmdk Bee- 
read(» DqauHnoit 

to die Jiaikt lai^ie adka, thi 
Greenwidi Tigers, stopped die 
Plazh Eagles, 6-0. Mihe Barkiw 
scored the, only tmichdown teem 
nine yards out on a end swacp. 
Paul Bmoit set up die IB adth a 

para taftencepdm on the K yard 
line. Itie AragtMoa Colts niped the 
Ttialia team, 7-6. Fred How^ seed- 
ed for die Ckrfts to die first ^piartw 
(ma? 3«rd plunge. Lrater IfoSett 
scored the important ^attra, pomt 
on a run. Howell was a defense 
standout also. The Thatta taotn 
scored to dK second (garter but 
was stopp^ on the extra poi^ 
try by die Cdts ltodMd»r, George 
Patrick to save die gune. 



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I i^e Aragona-PenrinviEe d^ 
man league, tne Colts defeated tiie 
CavaUera, 13-7, Bruce ^hoaon rui 
back a likifioU SB yards for am 
8a»re aid Earl Edwards ran 10 
yarda for the athar. Mfla Maziarka 
scored for the Cavalton (m a 3 
yard {rfuigfcJlieL Padiefs stopped 
die cilbrt^nz4, obsOe nimitog d 
-^Bob^ C^to «id J^Hl^jeaumea 
who acnred rae TD ea^riDavid 
Gn^ ran 46 yiwds for the ColHras 
only soMre and was a standout 
on defoise. The Poriea rooKsA Q» 
Doyata, ^-6. Btoide BoiM^n tm 
10 yards &»* one aoore and t(wk 
the secmd hatf kickofffaack tor ^ 
yards and his second TD: Bofat^ 
Whaler scored on a SI y9i^ tSoA 
mecf). H«b HavMdas soiwii lor 
die Royals (m f SS y^ kfcAiod 
relura. ne i^ii iewmi die Ha- 
thers, IM. Mike Itersb and Jsfan 
fi^ seortag ^rws dJ^iniM 
ym^ remdvafy. Ha Gfeewrk^ 
Tigers rm^ ^«r da i&eisiisvUle 
Eagles. 29-7. Touchdown lans of, 
3M0^ "m* Kor«} by Dooak) 
iiWK^. ftobert Wood Uie ijuarter- 
bi^ loaab^ a # ^rd pass to 
BoUjv tkksmtx tte Ona Uafly. 
At .^gtoa Beadi Tjff^m put 
on a soQO^ btf tSKOt hick to 
dawn ^ fltfitoS Vikln|B from 



die octra p(»nt to put tte ^Vdags 
out in front early to the aeoond 
quarter, 1:^ the hard rum^ (d 
David WaecM and ftuda ftot- 
wUo Mnfd dia (^ ftn:^ dw 1^ 
Jans. Il^ncaif aid firtvnale aooia^ 
an nns af <»ie aid 19 prdl ro- 
ifeotival^. iht Padbon nvkti Aa 
Woodstock Rama, 41-0, Stadejr 
Ss«e and Ckfflea WsMtet odi 
mxriag tfwtoe. Joto^ Pewril. aid 
Paul IbAtoa each Ut ps^ dirt ooca 
tor the winxurs. 

In die Mklgets, die Rams racked 
the lHa» Pa(dca7, 27-0. ^dtibf 
Bat(^or scortog twice on ritos of 
66 and 28 yanb. Mike Mnris mS 
Edwwd Dou^ tm hard httdag 
guards piayed well on d^eise. T^ 
Plaza Colts held off ^ fighdng 
Kmgs Grait Vikh^, M, die mxm 
conuig m a i»ss fhrn Dpe Rddi 
to Bryai Jones good for 4l yarte 
and tha oo^ sc^ne of die ^na. 
Don Doyle and Lee Wtord ^y<od 
outatanding on def ensefia- die \riD> 
nan. For Kh^ Gra^ Loids 
fiozard and DavUI SanoUiws mre 
die stais. Greravrich 1^^ ^op* 
ped d» Woodstock Ram, tt«. 
Bf^y Coulter seored twin sen 
(Ml a 30 ^ra puiA return ^ a 15 
yard off tackle run. Jm t^betmm 
u^ei*cqptoi a war^ard pan m± 
duped SO yards iite die ea4 son^ 
tor a* Tigwrs. F« die Aan^ 
Lary H(^nrt sc(»^ (« a 3S yarrd 
ke^r ptoy. iSie Lalnput Haf^kJs 
roQed ova- the Plan C^tajers, 
UN), the Fkming bn^iar^vtog 
die wiy I9 scortog ril di^. TD's 





betwwA theoii Kavto 
40 yards ffld btaltar 
tog as yaWa fe tNha 
Itw Virgittto 
bdsbiridie 

fsw^ ttowa ell n^a 
jwds ree0«^tii^'. 

Intomiediate,'a(^Mn hid ^ 
Kenqwvifle ^i^oens wiiuiing thar 
secoiid. mt^ M. over lUm 
Greenwkh: lOw Aracona wS 
sca^ &e Piasa Redskins. 47-6. 
Jerry Andatoi retutniqg a Uckoff 
badi 80 jfhnfe for ooe score. Pat 
Kelly, Ue Creef and David Schul- 
ar each'acortog oda 1p efdi for 
{he wiqiiers. The l^ttttiQraQt town 
^•dMOcNWuSE^'T^V, Wood. 
!i«^#stedtlto tb^Itojotonoad^ 



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a p«U« pnMon id«« Padfc Aip«m. I«lwe» Sai aoi Zird MrMte. «*« Ok pMare 
. about IMS. Not w^ «i tlw Souttwrn RaOroai run right domi Patmc Avarae. bat aoDM- 
pvhed too cloie to Ac tmdu. The one io this jricture lost a fnder beeawie of poor paith^. 



. . .And Now 




•i n*. Am mlB Irwia an gwe, aai •• H the iMriclng preUem. Pacific Avenue ii new a wide bouleyard 

Mi liliMl jr r"-^ « aN« twl itroei Akm of the taodhBarits are itlU thesre, but have twanged 

ta on, flw toi»«lwy krtdk h^Uhg at Ae right was the teleidioae conqiany (rffice— now the Ubrai^. 



C & P MAKES LMfiEST 
Sni6LE APPROPRIATION 



VmmiA BEACH - Mb-. L. F. 
IHttr^ Maimer d the Vir^ia 
h&fA ir£a (tf 9ie t^sapeaks and 
M«nac Tde^^xme CMt^>any ci 
Vkglnla, said today Oie largest 
tii^ a|>propriation l^ the CSi^a- 
peake and Pot(»nac Tsl^wm 
CoB^any of Virginia's Board o! 
Dinctors was nade at its Sqitem- 
ber M meeting. It i^borized $17.- 
ns^ in expenditiBfs for addition- 
id oomimuUcaftiiMis facilities in Vir- 
ginia. Of tMs amount $8,944,000 wiB 
be uied for 60 different major 
projects. 

Ipc^ided in the projects mte 10 
for land aad buildings, 22 for new 
and additionaS c^itral (tfflce equip- 
naent, U for exdiange c^le and 
wire, ad(]btMmal midtwave radio, 
iH^e ttie remainii^ projects are 
for mytni piirate broKh ex- 
(^moi/M UpiBX's) and ma^ ai^ 
auxiliary powor {^nts in buildii^ 
around ^ state. 

Ibe mm of |8.5l94i00 will be 
aMUt ov«r the ronainde* of tl^ 
fgu* for pn^ects oosti^- $U,000 
at l|M ffi iht mxM 138 areu serv- 
ed ^ tbe Clf in tlie state. Hiese 
fKdB^ eannnlBed for sudi jdbe 
Hmt Mim a oamei^ lUc to 
major oapefanictMm. Also biduded 
«<» iptlviillRi tav«l¥ta% ^ nmwvd 
purciiase, Kpe md retirement of 
statiOB and cenb^ office eq^p- 

A« an indicsi^ cf how CIJ* 

ontiibuted to flie economy ot ^ 

state in its actt^ee this y^, tlw 

btdklfauc coB^fudtoo program 

alone Irft a mw h^. Waiting aid 

^ittog my^mn bidU- 

lAikions, 9 new b^i^pi aid 

iter itatiens. la tUikm, 

<tf ViieWa MHplbn te- 

^ ;aaaliM lir tb tMnA- 

JA la wt& m 



other items to be us^d within the 
buildi^s. 

Ia<^a^ in tiiis mont^i's appro- 
prlatUHi is the sirni of $28,000 that 
will be used to place outside p'ant 
west of the 32nd Street central of- 
fice alOTg Laskin Road to First 
Colonial Road in Virginia Beach. 
When e<»H>^e<i. '^ *iU provide in- 
teroffice tnjnk facilities lietween 
the Plaza Trail and 32nd Street 
c^tral <rffic^. 

This project is necessary for fu- 
tore telephone growth in Ais fast 
growh^ area of the Tidewater 
Mabt>iMUtan complex. 



CHANfilNG^ 
SCENERY 



The above pictures begin a se- 
rief. depteting the remarkable 
diang^ in the scenwy at\ Vir- 
ginia Beach in recent years. It is 
our hope to continue this series 
as long as we can find tiie old 
pictores necessary. Already we 
have more than a score ready to 

go. "V 

The VIRGINU BEACH SUN 
would appreciate the contrilwtion 
of all pifctures showing Virginia 
Be«:h as it used to be. A new 
picture will be made of the saniie 
area, showing how it looks today. 
If our readers wish to cootrHaute 
old pictures, they will be returned 
after a new print is made. 




Shrinks Hemorriioids 
WiUiout Surgery 

ttipt Rch-ReBnes Piin 

r« ^'fint timt adoaco hat f oand 
a MW iMUac lobitsnM with tba m- 
toBuhiaf aboity to shrink hetnoT- 
riioyt and to relievt pain— without 
mavof- la cam after com, while 

S»tly rdiaving pain, actual r«dac- 
•B (ahrialMKe) t«<A place. Host 
gm ft«'^g of ^1 - results were ao thor^ 
oochtfit anfferers made astonishi^ 
atatoolflita like *'Pilas haTo ^aaed to 
ho a ^«^tair The aoeret is a MW 
iodlBgnbrtueo (Bto-Dyno«)'-dts- 
eovory '«rf a world-famous roaaateb 
fauftMata. IWs atOwtaBCO is now tfta- 
abU b ttapMiterif or ^Mmtnt farm 
•aOot Pr^NHwtiMi fi*. At aU di^ 



Servicen^n In The Ne^s 



Murine Private l/e WflUam F. 
Lawitnce, ton of Ifr. Md Ibv. 
Evly Unntnce; and Ib^a 
Lance Cvpora) John R. J^rilp, 
am of Mr. and Mrs. Frturit p. 
Jennii^s of 4013 Fit^ Court RtNid 
are serving with Battalion %/t 
Detachment Alfa, Landing Fwm 
Mediterranean 2-^ (LFM-2B5). 
id»ard Alps of U. S. Sixth Fleet. 

Coast Guard Ensi^ Henry D. 
Bliley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. 
BHley of 119 Stth Stn^, is sa>ving 
with the Coa;^ Guard Cerpmonial 
H(UK)r Guard at the Coast Guard 
^£Uo StoUm, Abiandria. 

Seaman Ri^rt E. Sivd^r, USN, 
ion of Mr. a;id Mrs. Ronald E. 
■Jn'-Har (rf S"* Brook!* Road is 2 
vnmiKr of the conrunissiM'np 

rew of the destroyer esa>rt USS 
Irurr.by, currently under construe- 
'ion at Avondaje SUpyard, We^- 



Scaman Recruit Thomas W. Cat- 
alago, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
P^aul Catakino of S620 Elam Ave- 
nue recfflitly began his Navy basic 
training at'Uie U. S. Naval Ti-ain- 
ing Center, Great Lak^, III 

• • :> 

Aiiman l/'c Ronakl G. Gimbert, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. 'C. Gon- 
bf rt of 3236 Queoii^ry Drive, is 

now in Vi^ Nam in the fi^t 
against communis aggression. 



Marine Private Jessie A. Dillard 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie A. 
Dillard Sr. of 478 Witchduck Road, 
recently completed four weeks of 
individual combat training with the 
First Infantry Training Regiment 
at Marine Coi^s Base, Camp Le 



ioiirroan S/c ^ea Q. Grew, 
tBOO. son (tf Ifr. and lletk,Hyrara 
J. <kmt oi UlS Bradford Poa4 is 
tmlmtbmi tke high etiluraiirf 
OsMt uywd &Mer Al^on wMkdi 
drafted recmtly for h^ ocem 
itatiae hi the Atlantic. 

• • • ' 

AimuM 3/c HntM A. Malbm, 
son «f Mrs. ISizabath Ifblfoon of 
MS Gi^ Heck Boad, ^ ban 
aa^mad to a MAIS vM at Dowr 
APir M. Airmen Mabon hM 
been trabied to tavwrtory supplife- 
by me (d electnmkTdata prcKress- 
ing madibi^. 




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JOe claimo Md d<NMe Mi mAe 

KdodM y«i «a f« oay rtlitt 
n arthritic wd fhtamattc p«iM? 
Get 100 STANBACX taWttt <w 50 
StANBACK ^wden, u« as dirtct- 
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mill be ttfmM. SunbKk Om^oy. 
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Cadet Richard V. JtnMi 3r., 
whose parents live at 1804 Iting 
William Road, recently c^Mi^leted 
six weeks oi basic sununer can^ 
under the Reserve Officer Training 
Corps program at Fort Knox, Ky. 



Harry H. Petmer Jr., s«i (tf Mr. 
and Mrs. Harry H. Penner Sr. <rf 
mi Wri^ Lane, rei^ntiy eoro- 
{deted mx weeks of training at 
Keesler AFB, Miss., as a partici- 
pant h) (^ new two-year ^ Force 
Reserve Officer TYalning Corps 
program. 




JAMES T. MARTIN 



Marine Private James T. Mai- 
tin, swj of Mrs. Grace Hicks of 
210 Virginia Beach Blvd., recently 
completed four weeks of individual 
combat with the First Infantry 
Trabiing Regiment at Mari'ie 
Coips Ejase, Czonp Lejeune, N. C. 



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U yan wi*e to hand-wlte a tetter to Donald R, Ballard, he wiU 
kiww iWMre aboM you by the wigr ^u write than by what you have 
written ... he Is a catlfied GRAPHOANALYST. 

Gra^rfK^al^ is the scioitific sUidy of hmdwritlng. and itf« 
become an accepted tool that can be used »icf»ssfully ftv the asseas- 
ma* <rf perswjahty trattt. R Is net to be conhwed with the lesa-accu- 
rate fft^babg^ which is used principally for MtKtatament. Anymie 
«^ uses it in connection with occult practice* h frowned upon by 
Graptwanatysts ami is deiied member^ip in the Intnruitlonal Gra{4)- 
oandysls Socirty. In spite o| the strides bemg made. Certiflwl and 
Marter Graphoanalyrrts fi^ they must fight to dispow the cbud 
ol doubt aiKi steptidam orated by camivaUype operatM>s. 

''^nvly and surely we are winnii^ this battle,'; says Uie head of 
the Soeiety. And Gra^wanalyafa is taking its rightful piMe as a m^i- 
od (rf peratmalily aMt»i»it to be used alcmg with, or in 



e¥«i in Ueu ai, c^btr i^chdogical testing devices." 

Donald R Ballard is a Cartified Graphoan^yst and will make a 
scteitific ^wfy of anyone's handwriting. "Han(hivriting does noi nee* 
^nrily have to be writoi by hawl," says Ballard. "The analyrfa 
of writing caiube dene whether the persM writes right or left handed, 
1^ mouth or by feet (as ml^t be the case )of penns handi<^ped 
who have learned to use other parts <rf their bsxh' t* write witii), in 
a forei^ lani^iage, etc. . . . because writing is fr reality 'brain 
writing' and the marks made reveal astiwndujg anuHints ol hrforma- 
'Umi abmit the person sending in writing sam^Jes." -^ 

Ck^oanal]^, tl^ iattffe aed qualitlei of a person as reveal^ 
Ihrou^ his handwriting, was discovered during Uie Renaissance by 
an Italian {^ysician. Several hundred years later a French monk, 
* working with Alfred Binrt. ttie founder d intelligence teste, helped 
«tablish that hone^ ami hitelligence are Indicated in handwriting. 
Ammig tiie ramnked p^choanalysts who attested to the validity of 
' this theory ware both Sigmund FYeud and one of his shid«»ts, Alfred 

Gra|*oanaIysls is beii^ used in a fascinatfaig variety of ways- 
business mm use it to make decision? about hiring and promoting 
emplayte. pwtrait artMts may study it to team personality traits of 
'subjects, a salesman use it in extending cre<fit to bujws, teachws 
: may uk it to detect the possible development of unfavorabte traits m 
tsfc^diildroi and can also help spot aptitudes and talent potential, and 
^tearri^ btena^rs find that they cannffftoi save hours of talk by 
^fltadyiog the handwriting af jgii peapir wfag^Mt te ^ti»e»^P tetp> 



By DOUGNUAg illMiLD BA«M» 

VKHNTA mMM ~ IIm Oan- 
Hot Ml roMD last Thur«lay waa 
ttK me^!fa^ ^ix for dw opMtag 
hm^fMi ol tfw Virgnla Beadi 
DonoovUc Women's C!ii>, vhm 
«?er 100 ladiB, Im^idB and 
fueste bea«d MHt Godwin, Jr., 
E^mocrate c»(tt(Mc ior Gww- 
MMVtpedc with shK^re dedication 
to serving Uie p»>;de of Virginia 
if ^rtod. AcconqMnied by Mn. 
G«lwin. lo^y in bladi and white 
wifli prd«iia dmi*der coraage, h? 
was fkuynd tk the head tabte by 
other caidiifat^ for state dacCiao 
otr ^mabet 2, and city otMak. 
1^ w«« Edward Caton, IH 
city coimc&nan, running for irtate 
Dd^te; WUIIam P. KeOcm, 
pre(:^t rtite Ddfgate. rwuiii^ for 
fta Soiate: William Hoc^s, i^te 
Del^ate ruiuing Im ttie Mate Sm 



William P. Sooag. {tf^aH .^ai'aicaub hM at the C«i 



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X, 



Its wwth fai courtrooms has been invahiabte wh«i apiatures and 
otiwr wrltlflgs must be auth^ticated. 

It is possible to learn Graphoanalysis in eight to eigMeen monUis 
(depmDng on how much time you are willing to spend in study and 
how fart y«i abswb the material) ttianks to a course of instruction 
cwnpUed by ti»e late MBtMi Newman Burner, a tew*er aiKJ short- 
hand ejgjw-t who devoted his life to researching and developing a 
system of handwriting analysis based on the way a writer farms hU 
strdtM, ^.' .\\^ , : , __ 

M S»»90, 117 Pahn Beadi Pi.. ^ 3, Virginia B«a«* 

o>ncaitration on Ae part fA die grairfioanalysts to g^ the comi^te 
picture, but Ballard can see many oiftstanding personality fraits 
revealed at a quick over-all glance. He looked at some of the scrU)- 
Wing d your writw and agreed that the necessary markings of a 
good reporter were presait! ^u-e was a relief to know it wasn't the 
kahdwrlting of (me who diould be a lady wrestler or space pik^. . . . 



state Senator iMns*!^ for oMee; 
John V. Fentress, Oxcm. Cwrt 
Clerk aiKl Va. Beach D«nocrat5c 
Chairmu); P. B. White, sraior 
Delegate frcm diis dlArict; V. Al- 
fred (Jack) Ethridgs, treasurer <rf 
Va. Beach: and Sidney KeUam, 
"Mr. Democrat of Virginia." 

Mrs. Ever^ K. Wilson, ch^ 
president, ^«eted ^wste at the 
door and introduced the candidate, 
while Mrs. Phillip Russo, first vice- 
president and program chairman 
of the club, presrated Sidney YA- 
law. who. in iiAroducing Mr. God- 
win, sixMved no umial soise itf 
humor nor joking quips, in his de- 
sire to impress those {»^se;U with 
the seriouaiess of voting for the 
I right man 'for Governor and the 
other important state offices. He 
stressed tha integrity and un- 
feign^ sincerity of Godwin as a 
churchman and outstan^ng faoiily 
man, who would not take lightly 
his office <rf serving idl ttife pe(^le 
Of his hii^ric and vemrable state 
ofVirgmia. 7717 3, 

Lt.-Govemar Cktdwin maitii<Nied, 
with great convictiwi, the fact that 
die Republican camMdates had re- 
pes^iedly feid nodung con^ructive 
^ojt thair state throi^hoiit dwb- 
caniiaigQiog, and yet "they om- 
timM to be lk>m, reared, eAicated 
and to make a Uv^Uiood h«%, 
clK|9sing and e.ijoylp« te great 
pte^oures and benefits «M(!h Vir- 
^HA ollan. I^Ua lAirta is expo'- 





ft»ee flntrtra&g ways Qns^nxuks^ is mnA ta todi^'s canHdes 
worid are Unsinrted here: (1) Eagaged cMiries «■ peqrie c aa t e m - 
|datfa« bwrtieaB partaerA^w oia teas aboat eacA ettM^s trae per^ 
soMdlties ity solMiilttfaig handwrittag saaples te a CertMed Graplis- 
aaalyst <2) GraphoaBalyrii is coMMered basic traWng tar iund- 
wrttag eifcrts whose testimmiy tegimUig M^a h a ttai «f ^k»- 
tlMMd docnmeBa is acceptaUe hi oMTts. (S) FtrsMBiii eanMciiiig 
flnm Md pay^elogteal lertt^ bweaos me, GraplMinals^ wkmg 
with otiier testa to asMas character and perHaaHty of job appUcanis. 




DsmM R. IMIatd Una at Pria- 
nnafriOi Ua idfe 



Hhaff 

hmsL iatj m a pa trohwaa sf 
the Vlitgtala Beach F«|te Da* 



GRAND JUHY 
INDICTS FOUft 



VIRGINU BEACH - A Circuit 
Cou|t Grand Jury Friday mdicted 
four men for murder in connection 
with the fatal beatii^ ol Robart 
South July 31. 

Indicted were John Wallace 
White, 18, of Suffolk; Charies Baa- 
do^ Littte. ao. of the 1400 bkxJc 
of Ompo^elki Road: Dsnfies 
ScoU St., 28, of the 400 block of 
•Realty Lane; and temard Har- 
v^; age and addres insisted. 

S»iith, 83, of the 500 bk>ck of 
S(kA Krdneck Rmd, wi» found 
om^ansdots early Aug. 1 fti the 
1900 Uodk of Wasliii^toD Avouie. 
Police saki he h»i been beaten 
witii a club, fists and feet. He 
dial three dbys lata- qf h^aiml 
injuries. 

Bdfora he died, SmMi taM police 
he went to the Washington Avenue 
wMress with (we (rf the defend- 
a^ and .sevoal men w^re wot- 
a^. tltt attadc ffew out of an 




Drive Bigliis 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The door 
to <bor c<tfnpaign to raise funds 
by public subscription fw the Wind- 
sor Woods branch of the Virginia 
Beach Public Library and otheij li- 
brary needs begins today. ^ 

The chairmai and the areas to 
bt covered have been named as 
follows; Mrs. H. E. Sayles for Ball 
Lynn Farms, Indian River Es- 
tates and McDonald Park; Mrs., 
T. C. Rocke, Eliiabsth lUver 
Shores; Mrs. J. H. Long, West- 
view Village Itones and Knob 
Hill; Mrs. John Crunk, WoocBiaven, 
Avalon Terrace, and Avalon Hills; 
Mrs. J. E. Mays, Haven Hei^its; 
Mrs. Al Dicnsi, Bellamy Manor 
and KempsviUe Cokxny; Mrs. J. 
Calviii Green, Aoredale. 

Mrs. Ifoward C. Hendron, 
KenopsviUe Manor, KempsviUe 
Gardbis and Kenipsville Heists; 
Mrs. G. V. Bratkhaw, Jr., Hunt- 
ington, Larkspur, Plantatim Covf, 
and Carolanne; Mrs. B. L. Broth- 
ers, Fah- Medows; Mrs. R. E. 
Haungs, Boidevard Manor; Mrs. 
Arthur L. Spenc®" and Mrs. Lil- 
lian H. Hinonan, Homestead 
H(»nes; Mrs. John H. Ward, Mr. 
and Mrs. William F. Jenkins, and 
Mrs. Warren Gfurison, Aragona 
Village. 

Mrs. Rodney Quick. Pocab(xit» 
Village; Bruce F. Watswi, Pom- 
broke Mamu*; Mrs. R. 0. Walker. 
ThaHa Acres, l^aHa Manor, Thalia 
Gardens, Thalia Shores, Thalia 
Village and Lynn Sbwes; Mrs. 
Paul CJievdller, Birchwood Gar- 
dens; Mrs. John Lang, Malibu; 
Mrs. Einory Rumble, Princess 
Anne Plaza. 

Mra. Nubert Gray, Littte Haven 
Road tfid Littte Haven; Mrs. 
James G. KeDam King's Grant, 
Rolling Meadows. Sa^m Park, 
and Pinewood Gardtei^; Mrs. Carl- 
ton Sea, E^agte Nest Point; Mrs. 
John Austin, Rcbinhood FVM^st; 
Mts. V. T. E>\M. Chesopeian Cd- 
<»y; Mrs. Art Fra^-, Lynwood; 
Mrs. FVank McLau^din, Point 0" 
Woo(fe; Mrs. Hardd L. Ford, Bellt 
Haven. 

Ifrs. W. N. Bagbef, i^oi^em 
Points; Mrs. Q. E. Welhebni, 
Wotfsnare: Mi^, llMmas B. IVant, 
North Inlym Tire Road; Mrs. J. 
E. Moore, Soutti Splgel Road; litrs. 
Colleen Marcus, Trantwood Shores; 
Mrs. Aim E. fta^ras, Grei* Ne<* 
Estates; Mrs. Loome Jarvis, Gr&A 
Netk Mraor; C. I. Siter, Lynnha- 
vm; and lira. Bts^ Kni^ 
Kempsvflte. 




Mrs. Mills E. Gadwia Jr. greet- 
h« gaesta altar the hoMheao 
•mteOai af tfie Danom^ Wmn- 



VlRGiniA Beach 

VIRGINIA BiACH, VIRGfNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMfeER 30, 1965 

seaiON B 




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(Miato by Cassandra) 

lending a tranendou» pc^ation 
growtfi which naturally means that 
our sdMols, highway, mental in- 
stitutions, etc., are all necessarily 
crowded . . . aU happening in a 
ahort time. This C(mdition requires 
tin» and money to cwxect, while 
i^ and laida^tanding iastead of 
criticism and derision should be 
tmfkyti," he said. 

"There is no state in the union 
which does not have thew over- 
all-problems." cmUnued Godwin, 
"and Virf^nia stands on Its pa^ 
record In aU fleids ttf un|»u-al1ed 
imjgress." "We must acceterate' 
the programs we do have with 
e^nperate reason, for Vhrgkila''8 
record is good. Fw examjde, our 
per capita incMne is greater than 
all other ^tes except Florida. 
Hwe in Tidewater we must escu- 
late Mir present {M'ogram for pro- 
gress. Sin<x bringing to this area, 
industry, agricu'Uure and tourism 
wUl hdp produce iie needed 
nraney for our future education 
image, we must irtrive to attain 
this goal." 

Godwin sU^essed team harmcHiy 
ani the ^rk cf coopa-^on from 
aH Virginians In the ctnUng elec- 
tkm. He gave a. dignified and 
thoroujl^ wairtfawMte talk to dwise 
\^ were present, be they ^epti- 
cai or m>n<<ke{rtical. with the 
"wOTian behind ti» ma^" b|j||> 



Cofflmlssioii 
Will Ask 
For Land 

VIRGINU BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Erosion C<