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VOiWW XLi. No. 56 




VIRGINIA BEACH 




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P«M. Ptrmtt 
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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1967 




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ARTIST'S CONCEPTION OF THE COMPLETED ALAN B. SHEPARD CIVIC CENTER DRAWN SEV- 
ERAL YEAR'S AGO BEFORE THE PRESENT BUILDING (SEEN AT RIGHT) WAS BUILT. THE 
REST OF THE CENTER INCLUDING THE DRUM-LIKE COLISEUM AND THEATRE (AT LEFT) 
WERE TO BE BUILT LATER. THEIR FUTURE B NOW A MATTER OF SPECULATION. 



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This Week R. S. Gav Named 
Ladies Days District Manager 



Registration 
SetatYWCA 



S«flitralioa dates forLadlei^, 
tt» Ylrgyite B ttcii Y.W.C^. 

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At £*iM Metbodlst Chorch, 
Ml ^rilaia BetdiBlvd., reg- 
tiMIn vUl tif» held Tnesday 
tnm 10 - 10:30 at tbe First 
Piti>|tariaa Clnrcli, S6tti aad 
Mmhc, tkoM l^rtstad may 
rigWur Wtttettey ftvni 10 to 
1^ aid itBaylaln Pine M etted- 
lit OuHk^ 220S Treasure Is- 
laod Wa%t nnirsdiiy, from 

loioiijao. 



ip vUcIi viU be Held 
MMr te alfbt weeks, tidU 
io^ite potat (Moot brUge, tall- 
MlBg, tatttlDg , beglnniiig dl 
palBttii^ mUUncry, needle 
ertfla^ dam, trimnastles, 
brtdia (ptay of tbe hand), sev- 
iag (fflflttified Bisbop) "Posey 
Werkabop^, cake deooratlOD 
aad parlluDutary pneeAire. 
la addttioo tbere vlll be ftwr- 
hoor tiasses ia oil paMIng, 
toto pa^itl^, pastels, water- 
odors aad diarcoal at tteFir^ 
PiMbyterlan CiMircb. b^r- 
na^te oils wiU be tati^ at 
B aylake; credlvednwli«,cer- 
amies and b^fbuier dnw^ at 
tbt T.W.C.A. attic at 30tb 
StrMt 



ijouA aad «^ee wil%be a- 
vaflrifle at eadi k>catio& and 
nwMry servlee for toddlers 
(trateetO tad (Alldreii iq) to six 
yatri at ttie cost of $.7S MCb 
batf day uid 11.50 eadi fbll 
day win be (^ered; hu^ire 
to praMite tbelr ddUreos' 
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Robert S. Gay, Vepco manag- 
er at Vli^nia B^ch, has been 
aiq;)ointed district manager of 
tiie Norfolk District, replacing 
L. L. Ely Jr., who was elected 
division vice president. The 
change Js effective March I. 

Gay Joined Vepeo in 1951 
as a rural rqireseirtative at 
^SouUi B<»toa, and vos trans- 
ItorFid to ttf Bfehaiend Dli-. 
brtet tte next year in fM^tti 
capacity. He was appoi^ 
mamger here in 1964. 

ta dvlc ac^vitles Gay is 
dialrman oi tbe membership 
and Industrial committees of 
Uie Virglnia.Beach Chamber of 
Commerce an! secreUry of tbe 
Virginia B»ch BeauttOcatlon 
Commission. 

He is also on tbe board <rf 
directors of ttw Cban^r <A 
Commerce, die Virginia Beadi 
Develcqmient Council and ttie 
Geiwral Hospital of Virginia 
Beach. 

In ad(tttK», Gay is serving fbr 
a second year as (w-chalrmanttf 
tbe Area United Commimitles 
Fund. Other organizs^oos in 
idiidi be holds membershipB 
and ofQces include ttie Vlrgiida 



Beach Rotary Club, the city's 
cancer drive, tbe Ocean Hi^- 
way Assn., the Vepco Fore- 
man's Club. > 

Tbe new Virginia Beach man- 
ager will be Clenton W. Shanks, 
now assistant manager, power 
contracte, in the system sales 
dq>artmMit at Rlcbmond. 

^iii^urance 

' Certeln areas of Virginia 
Beadi have been reclassified 
fte fire insurance. P(^(ras 
se^kms of the city tiiat now 
oone under standard flre pro- 
tectko will receive a higber 
ntiag. 

IkHueowners and tenants will 
bm^t firom tbe reclassificat- 
ion tbnxi^ a lower flre insur- 
ance t^. 

The rerating i»t>cess bas 
beat gidng w since last July 
by tbe Virginia Insurance Rat- 
lin Bureau^ Local Insurance 
agents will be receiving tbe 
new rates and ti>e exact areas 
tbe new classiflation will cov- 
er within tbe next few days. 




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Topless Chances 



"I dcn't know ttf any concrete 
plans for having any tc^less 
go-go girls or topless waitres- 
ses ^ Vli^inte B»cb this sum- 
mer," said a siK^esmanlortlM 
VirglBia ABC Board. 

He aMed that if any such es- 
tablishment did seriously con- 
template employing the new leg- 
less craze, his department 
wouM certainly bear about it. 

"You know ttey'd want to 
serve beer," he said. "I've been 
Marti% rumors of ttw b^less 
{daces for this summer, b^ 
tbaf s aU." 



If tq;)less entertainers or ia^ 
less waitresses are being oon- 
sfdered for tbe resort this sum- 
DMr, none of Uie major cltd) or 
r^anrant operators seem to 
know anyttiii^ ^x^ it, or if 
ttey <k>, they ar«i't talUi^. 

"I tbbik tiaey m^be waittng 
to see idiat Itisip&a in Roanoke 
and some (rtlKr places idiere ttte 
laws are gett^ a good going 
over," said one restaurant 
curator wtM Uui^iedattbeldea 
(rf topless waitress in bis pla(% 
of twsiness. 



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TiK revised rates became 
effective as of F^. 1, 1967, 
and all existing policies maybe 
endorsed to the new rate <» a 
pro rata basis to their e^qdrat- 
ion , according to the bureau. 
Policies written since tbe first 
of tbe year may be endorsed 
to tbe new rate' firom date of 
incei^cMU 

Can He? 
^illHe? 

Today isCandlemas Day, bet- 
ter known as Groundhc^'s Day. 

Traditton bas it that the 
grooiMfltog emerges from his 
hole each year on this date to 
see if winter is over. If he 
sees his shadow be dives back 
for the comfort of his bole and 
there he remains because an- 
other sixty days of winter is 
destined to follow. 
Bat if he sees no shadow, he 
steys (wt aixl cavorts. This in- 
. dicating that winter is Just about 
over and an early spring is 
Indicated. 

It is uwter stood ^t 4J Mail- 
has. Executive Director oftlM 
Vlrglnlt Beach Chmaber of 
Commerce and his entire staff 
have erected shades over all 
groundhog ho^^ in Virginia 
Beach so 4b^ ttie littte feller 
will not ^e bte shadow. 

IncMentaliy, tbe word *'^r 
(wndbc^' is sin^dy defined in 
tbe dicttonary«as "tiie wood- 
chuck". 

"Woodchuck is defined as 
AlgoiKiQin for "wejack or fish- 



er". 



"Wejack is defined as "flsb- 



er". 



"Fisher is defined as "a 
(smiverous arboreal mammal 
«r tte iraasal family or a ttiidc 
set mormot." 

"Mormot i£ (tefiKd as "a 
(»rtain species of Stout-bodied, 
short- l^ed fbdfotwithcear^ 
fiir, a short bu^y tail and small 
rars, suA as a groox&og." 

Glad we got that straight. 



Has Va. Beach Dome 
Outlived Usefulness? 






Is the Dome's duty really 
done? That's the question being 
asked in several quarters these 
days, including many city of- 
fices. 

Sam Scott, director of the 
Alan B. Shepard Civic Center 
on Paciflc Avenue has recom- 
mended to the City Manager in 
a letter during budget hearings 
that a preliminary study be 
made toward the future building 
of a new civi^ center complex. 

Scott, who feels that the pre- 
sent Dome can serve many other 
purposes, said, "It is important 
that at least preliminary steps 
be taken now toward a com- 
pletely new complex." 

He added quickly that the 
Dome was' a great step for- 
ward for the small city of Vir- 
ginia Beach when it was built 
to serve the needs of 8,000 
residents. 

"No one knew at that time 
that Virginia Beach and Prin- 



cess Anne County were going to < 
combine into a mammoth city 
with great responsibilities," 
said Scott. 

Even when the original plans 
for the present Dome were 
drawn, a giant arena was drawn 
on the site of what is now the 
parking lot. It was to be built 
at a later date. 

It would now cost about 
$2,500,000 for that addition, 
according to Scott, and then 
there woulc| be no space for 
parking in the area. 

Scott added that he realizes 
the magnitude of the facility 
he is recommending, but says 
Virginia Beach can become a 
major convention city if we have 
a proper facility. 

What Scott has in mind is 
a three-phase building, to in- 
clude a 3,(K)0 seat theatre and 
exhibition hall witii about 32,000 
square feet of open space and 
meeting rooms of all sizes and 



a 10,000 seat sports coliseum 
with room for anotiier 5,000 
temporary seats. 

. "We would then have the 
facilities for just about any 
kind of large spprte event, nat- 
ional tr»le show or national 
convention." Said Scott, "And 
I know we could get them to 
come here.because we have tbe 
one thing even our neighboring 
dttes do not.... tiie AUanttc 
Ocean." 

Scott said he did not see 
where similar facilities in nei- 
ghboring cities would hurt a 
new center in Virginia B^ich. 

He would not be pinned down 
on cost, but conceded that simil- 
ar centers in other parte of 
the country have cost between 
$7 million and $10 million. 

It would depend on land costs 
and cost of labor at tbe time we 
get ready to build," he said. 

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Two in Eight Dans 



Federal Grant Approved 



It's two down and tiu-ee to go City Hall areaat Princess Anne, 
now for Richard Webbon, Co- areas south of Virginia Beach 
ordinator of Urban Affairs for * Boulevard and totheSandbridge 
the city of Virginia Beach. area. 



Webbon was informed last 
week that the Federal govern- 
ment had approved an applica- 
tton <^ tiie city of Vir^nia 
Beach for funds to be used in 
beaii^eatlOB^viects. 

Tbe total amount of the grant 
is $26,U2.41. Webbon's office 
bad applied for $300,000 for 
beautification| fonds spread out 
over a five-year period. The 
funds wiU be used in compliance 
wiOi tne city's recentty-ap- 
proved master plan for recrea- 
tton to inwove and beautify tiie 
sites. I 

"The amount received thiis 
year is only a token amount," 
said Webbon. 

Tbe aiqiilicatlon bad been in 
the bands of tbe federal govern- 
ment since last spring, accord- 
ing to Webbon, who expects to 
get more funds for this purpose 
In the next four years. 

Tbe grant was tbe second for 
tbe City of Virglnte Beadi in 
eight days; The first gave tiie 
city of Virginia Beach $750,000 
earmarked for construction of 
water lines from tiie Kempsville 
area where they now end to the 



The original request was for 
$1.4 million, or half the ex- 
pected cost of the project, as 
allowed by ttie Federal govern- 
ment. 



"They only had $100 million 
to spend on the Community Fac- 
ilities program in tiie entire 
United Stetes, so they tried to 
be fair after tiiey got $2 billion 
in requeste," said Webbon. 
"They asked us if we would 
accept a little more than half 
our ori^nal request." 

The city did accept that a- 
mount, and one of the five Vir- 
ginia Beach applications pend- 
ing l)efore the Department of 
Housing and Url}an Development 
was brou^it to a successful 
conclusion. 

Webbon added, "These are 
the first major grants I have 
helped obtain for the city since 
I have been on the job and I am 
quite happy." 

Webbon is not ^tisfied to rest 
m his laurels, however. He 
will continue to travel to Rich- 
moiKl, Washington and Philadel- 
phia trying to nudge the pending 



programs throu^ and explain 
any points that are questioned. 

"We- now have three other 
applications in for federal funds 
on various projects," said Web- 
bon. "Those appUcations are in 
different steges of review." 

"You have to be a realpubUc 
relatioDi mmJ' he 
I enjoy ItalotwS^iS 
for my city." 

The water lines project was 
approved in about nine months, 
which is about average, accord- 
■ in'g to Wfibboiv 

Under the C^n Space pro- 
gram the city has applied tor 
$322,000 toward tbe purchase of 
Green Run Farmioracitypark. 
This request is now under re- 
view, according to Webbon, but 
he does not expect a final de- 
cision in the near future. 

The city has for som» time 
been waiting for ai^roval of 
$262,000, half of tiie purdiase 
price of the Sandbridge pork 
area at Littie Island. This is in 
the final sta^s of review at 
present, according to Webbon. 



Anotiier $300,000 has been 
requested to buUd a new wel- 
fare buildtog in Virginia Beacb 
as a federal, stete and city ven-' 
tore. The sgi^lication was made 
in December. 

"That one is moving well," 
sstid Webbon. "I expect com- 
getio«(|tt^t ^^catl(m soon.". 




aid will be set^t for suchpro- 
Jecte as tbe Rudee Inlet can^ 
system, devetopment of air- 
fields, retirement homes and an 
area-wide study of neig^r- 
bood fbciltties. 

Tbe t^fdication process is a 
bag aaicomplicated'one indud- 
big sometimes montiis of pre- 
liminary inquiry and hard work 
but Webbw says if s aU worth 
It. 

"Throimb the federal fimds, 
such as tbe money tb^ was just 
granted, we are sdbletogealiead 
witb projecte tbat might otber- 
wise have to wait," be said. 
"Tbte way we can prc^r^s 
now," 



Pacific Bottleneck 
Party Unpluffged 



Mfflnr, MR, GRCWKMOG. WAKE UP. THE S YOUR DAY. COME ON OUT." THOSE COULD^ How aU we need to kn0w is 
tW WORDS BEING USTO BY THE SEEMINGLY HEADLESS DOG WITH HIS HEAD DOW W t*tow many ctaicks can a wood- 
fOOCGBKK'S HOLE. * lAudc^iBck, etc....r» 



"ITie Virginia Beach Depart- 
ment of Public Safety has com- 
l^eted Phase One of alleviating 
traffic problems at Laskin Road 
and Paciflc Avenue in Virginia 
Beach borough. 

The major intersection has 
been a major prcdsleni both in 
summer and in winter. 

Durii% the resort season it 
was difficult for traffic to torn 
left from l>aclfic Avenue head- 
ing east on Laskin Rosul. All 
left turn traffic from Paciflc 
trading east on Laskin had to 
be suspended during the sum- 
mer mOiMis. 

In ttw winter, left turns east- 
ward were allowed t)e<»ise area 
businessmen claimed tbeir es- 
tablishments were difficult to 
r^ch. Tbere is a heavy am- 
centratton of business on all 
tour sides d tte crc^srcods. 

"This should do ttie trick," 

^d Reeves Johnson, Wrector 

of Pi*lic Safety. "We lave put 

in w UZ6 automatic activator 

lAldi cfierates in tiiree 

ptHi^" 

Trai^lated, that means that 
WW tfectraic equipment bas 
\»m installed that allows up to 
M secmds for traffic »Mtfi- 



bound on Pacific Avenue only, 
up to 50 seconds for traffic 
northbound on Paciflc only and 
up to 50 seconds for all Laskin 
Eload traffic in both directions. 

It is automatic because radar 
"eyes" on poles onbothPacific 
Avenue and Laskin Road "see" 
traffic and control the length 
^f each light cycle. If the radar 
doesn't see a vehicle for as 
much as six seconds, it sends 
an electronic impulse to tbe 
signal to go to its next phase. 

"This ou0it to satisfy every- 
body." said Johnson. "Now any- 
one can turn in any direction he 
wants to with no problem." 

Busin^smen in the area no- 
ted their aH)roval of the new 

signal. 

Johnson hinted that additicxial 
steps may t)e taken to alleviate 
traffic prtAlems at the iirter- 
sectt(^ in tbe fi^re. 

The estsA>li^ffient of ari^t- 
hand torn land from Pacific 
Avenue into Laskin Road «%st- 
bound has t)een under discussion 
for some time. This would nec- 
essitate removal of forking 
s(»ces from c»e block of tl^ 
west sUm of Paciflc Avenue, 
however. 




WC^KMEN INSTALL RADAR EQWPltfNT FOR NEW TRAFFIC 
SIGNAL. THIS TYPE OFRADARBIWTDANGEROIS.IT HELW 
CHANGE TICE LIGHT W FAVCR OF HEAVIER TRAFFIC. 









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The Virginia Beach Sun 



Thursday, February Z, 1967 



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Centuries of Discord g hipy ard 



The iKxae is oU. That's one 
ttif ewtfpae afrees about. 

R*s ai least 188 ye^ old 
tteonttag to t date cut into 
tte brick. 

It's (Hrlgtnal name irai Pleas- 
ant HaU, and it is located m 
Prisons Aoae Rrad bet\veao 
BooBcy acd Overland Roadb. 

lie hoose oune to public at- 
tutkc s^raral weeks ago «4mo 
a prttlOD wite broufht before 
tte Flaming Coinmissi<n for 
rtioBiiig. Pleasant Hall was 
pwdased by Dr. Robert E. 
WWtiaml early in the IMO's. 
Alter his death his four heirs 
coold not (tecide what dl^josit- 
ton of tte pri^erty should be 
node. 

Ad acreement was warked 
Ml M tkat tte tva sorvlvers 
«te Iranted to keep tte iHHise 
vwiki teve it, and ttw otter 
two wwdd get tte land on Q» 
tmA ei ^ teuse. Now tte 
tewe tes beat offered to the 
Princess Anne Historical Soc- 
iety. 




PLEASANT HALL ZONING WILL COME BEFORE NEXT CITY COUNCIL MEETING. 



The originaJ house was built 
by Peter Singleton I in about 
1779. Much of the wood work 
remains. Alttough there are no 
records to prove it, there is 
seme belief that two wings once 
extended on the ends of tte 
house. 



Singleton was a county justice 
aiHl a vestryman aixi warden of 
OM Dominion Church. He was 
also a r^)el in a a>mmunity of 
Royalist sympathizers. Thus 
Dunmore took over his house. 

It was near his teme that 



tte ddrmish of KempsvUlewas 
fougU on November 18, 1775. 

Durlnrtte 1800's ttieiuiop- 
erty changed hands many tinMs 
until later it was boi^t tqr Dc 
Whitehead. 



Coed Named To May Court iVeir Church Schedules 

First Sefuice Sunday 



Deborab Sue Daye, daughter 
of Rev. and Mrs. Carl T, Eteye 
<tf 424 Independence Blvd., has 
been elected to the May Court 
at Catawba College. 

^te is one of three coeds 
bom tte sophomore class 
named to Qie court. At Catawtm 
ste is a member of the choir, 
tte yearbodc staff, StiKient 
Christian Assn. and Sigma Pi 
Al|riia, honorary lamgi^ge soci- 
ety. 



Sermon Topic 
Announced 

The serpon tc^ic Sunday at 
St Andrews Methodist Church 
will te "Pressiag Tovk-ard the 
GoaL" 

Tte congregation is now 
meeting at KempsviUe Inter- 
mediate School. 

A stert meeting of the a)m- 
mittee on missions *ill be held 
after tbe service. 




DEBORAH SUE DAYE 



Russian grave 
get free' vodka. 



diggers will 



A Disciples of Christ church 
will hold its first services Sun- 
day at 11 a.m. in the Lynnhaven 
Masonic Lodge #220 on Lynn- 
haven Road tehind Pine Tree 
Inn. 

The Rev. C. William Howard 
of 7403 ColMiy Point Rd., will 
serve as minister. An ordained 
Disciples of Christ minister, te 
was a Navy chaplain until pAi^ 
"to the Department of Psyctel<^ 
at Old Dominion College in 1961. 

Since then be has served 
churches of variouf denomina- 
tions. He is a member of First 
Christian Church In Nortotk. 




THE REV. C, WftLlAM HOW- 
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Eastern Star Barbecue Set Saturday 



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Find Your Nalne ContestWinner : 
Walter Wiggins Jr., 1454 Inde- 
pendence Blvd., you have just 
won 2 free passes to tte Janaf 
Cinema. 



le Virginia Beach Chapter 
of Eastern Star wiU have a bar- 
becue from 11:30 to 7:30 p.m. 
Saturday to raise ^ntds for 
scholarships. 



The event. 



sponsored by tte 



Finance and EstarlCominittees 
of tte chapter will te teld on 
tte first floor of tte Masonic 
Ten^le, 20th Street and Arctic 
AvenjK . 

The general potdic is invited. 
The cost is S1.25 per person. 



Find Your Name ContestW inner : 
F. K. Duffy, 210 81st St., you 
have just won 2 free passes to 
tte Janaf Cinema. 



Seeks 
Teaichers 



Tte Naval Shii^ard is seA- 
^ ing a^jidications for Instructor 
in its ^iprentice school accord- 
ing to Hervy L. Gray, executive 
secrrfary, B«urd of U, S. Civil 
Service Eicaminers. 

Tte civil service eligible re- . 
gister wUl te established tofUl 
current or fMure positions at 
the Apprentice Scliools of tte 
Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Ports- 
mouth, Virginia and the Naval 
Air Statio), Norfolk, Virginia. 

To (palify, ai^licants most 
teve svccessfiiUy completed all 
requirements for gradi^tion 
with a badielor's degree from 
an accredited coU^e or uni- 
versity. In addition, ttey mu^ 
have had two years of graduate 
study in education or in tte 
ai^ropriate subject field, or 
two years of ejqjerience in 
teach^ in the field for which 
applii^on is made. 

The teaching experience may 
have teen obtained with a Fed- 
eral, St^ or municipal agency, 
an accredited high school or 
college, an elementary school, 
or a prii^e or commercial 
establishment. 

No written test is required, 
but candidates will te rated 
on tte basis of tteir educattm 
and experience. 

Gray said that upon establish- 
ment of tte register flx>m this 
examination, a previous regist- 
er for teacter set up in 1963 
would expire. He urges all elibi- 
bles on tte previous register 
who have not received appoint- 
ment to file in tte new examin- 
ation. 

Application Form 57 and CSC 
226 may te secured at tte Nav- 
al Shipyard, or persons may 
apply at any Post Office for 
applications or information as 
to wtere ttey may te (d)tained. 
Forms will te accepted at tte 
shipyard until furtter notice. 



WiUner'8 Named 
ToBeFinalut 

WiUner's Jontor k masf 
^dalty Sap was Uie Mdy 
store in tte Tidewater ares 
to te named a finalist in ttie 
19th Annval Brand Name Re- 
tailer -of -tte -Year Awards 
competition, accordii^ to Al- 
tert H. Messer, preskleirt(rffiie 
Brand Names Fooodatlcm. 

Judging will te held on ^rU 
10-12 in om^ction with tte 
FouniMi(»'s annual meding. 



CmcQub 
Names 

MrrOffPan 

Tte Kii^ Way Civic League 
will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at 
Malibu Elenentery Scteol. 

B. J. Wldteterst of Wldte- 
hurst-Corbett Nursery Co. will 
speak to tte dub* A Chamter 
of Commerce file,"Yoor&,for 
tte Choosing," wiU also te 
stewn. 

Tte civic league is composed 
of residents of Kings Forest and 
Wayside Forest. 



Fir Omni, ImimiIciI NmI 
MtbNfiMtKtnNW MOfl 

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Rockecharlie 
Attends Meeting 

Joseph P. Rodcecharlie of 
1021 Chomley Rd., attended a 
managerootf training confer- 
ence contacted by tte Univers- 
ity of CMOatema for tte Post 
Office Department last week In 
Norman, Okla. 



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a good insurance agent. 




OUR APOLOGIES TO THE POTTERS. LAST WEEK WE PRINTED THE WRONG HOUSE BELONGING 
TO THE WRONG POTTERS. THLS IS THE HOUSE UP BEFORE THE PLANNI^•G COMMISSION 
FOR REZONING TO CONVERT IT INTO DOCTOR'S' OFFICES. IT IS AT 992 FIRST COLONIAL 
RD. AND BELONGS TO JOHN RAY POTTER. 




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■ PoUce Diving Squad 

Plunge in Bay Substitutes for Drill 



Tbe l2-inan squad of divers 
M oi Virginia Beach Police were 
^ supposed to have a practice drill 
"^ that morning in the pool of the 
Cavalier. 

They have just recently gone 
inside because of the cold 
veatiier and the near freezing 
temperature of the water, Thr- 
' ^ugh November {they were still 
jpractlcing outside. 

W kbi prictlce drill had been 
Ciu^lled that day because Lt. 
Henry Capps, executive officer 
of ttie group, had the flu. 



But shortly after 7 a.m. pa|'t 
of the 3-year old diving team 
jas needed, not for a practice, 
but for the real thing. 

They were summoned to the 
new bridge construction site on 
Rudee Inlet where a car had 
gone through a barricade, down 
a steep embankment and disap- 
peared in the cold and deep wat- 
ers of the main channel of 
the inlet. 

Workmen had discovered Uie 
broken barricade when theyar- 
rl^Bd for work and found tire 
m|rks on the bank. They called 
pdflce, who asked for divers. 




WORKING AS A TEAfe THE FOUR DIVERS WERE ABLE TO ATTACH CABLES FROMTHE CRANE 
TO THE SUBMERGED CAR. THIS PICTURE WAS SNAPPED AT THE MOMENT THE CRANE 
FIRST PULLED THE CAR ABOVE WATER. 




TBED, WET AND COLD AF- 
fm SEVERAL DIVES, POLICE 
OFFICER JERRYiJALESKyST- 
JURES GRIMLY AT THE DEATH 
CAR AS IT B TOWED AWAY. 



The first three divers on the 
scene were Dickie Mumford, 
who is an animal control of- 
ficer in his regular duties, and 
officers Jerry Malesky and 
Norman Morse. They were later 
joined by Officer J. W. Brazier. 

For nearly two hours they 
tried to locate the car under the 
dark and muddy waters. They 
had to fight raidd currents and 
were unable to dive deeply en- 
ough. The currents tossed them 
into temporary bridge pilings. 
The water temperature was a- 
bout forty degrees and they 
could not see l>elowt!» surface. 

A Coast Guard boat and drag 
line was called. The drag line 
caught on something. Mumford 
followed it down. He located 
the car in a bole atwut dO feet 
down. It was a convertible and 
one window was down. 

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He was unable to get a (kwr 
opea. There was a body in ttie 
car. This be reported to his 
fUlow policemen waiting on 
shore. 



Tbey calledior a hearse and 
Mmnford v&A back down wiOi 
the other divers. FlnaUy they 
were able to get ttie body out 
of the car and bring it to the 
sorbce. 



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«dw will direct the Courtyard 
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Tryouts for the Shakespear- 
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N|ivy Chief Petty Officer 
Richard Curtis Fetterhoff, 34, 
whose family lives in Satellite 
Beach, Fla. died of drowing, 
according to the Medical Ex- 
aminer's report. Fetterhoff was 
stationed aboard the USS Ob- 
servation, out of Portsmouth. 
His car, a maroon 1962PonUac 
convertible was reigstered in 
California. 

The divers could not tell for 
sure whether anyone else was 
in the car. The next job was 
to b?ing the car up. They attech- 
ed lines from a waiting tow 
truck to the submerged car. 
The lines would not hold. Suet-, 
ton was holding the car down 
in the dredged hole in the sand 
and mud. 

The police divers in their 
wet suits were far from warm. 
expecially when they came a- 
shore. They drank gallons of 
hot coffee. 

A (jrane from the nearby 
construction site was employed 
and with the divers' help, lines 
MpMainiilgfeMl;^ the car 
^iu^^oof^ «p to the road and 
toved away. 



No other bodies were found 
in the car. 

Lt. Capps was also ttiere 
directing part of the operations, 
regardless of the flu. 

It was nearly seven hours 
from start to finish before the 
entire diving operation was 
over. But the four divers had 
done a good job. It showed that 
the practice sessions make tiie 
difference when a real man-size 
job comes along. 

They'll be practicing again 
next week to make up for the 
practice they missed. 



James Speight 
Receives Degree 



James Earl Speight of 2904 
Heron Pt. was among 1,267 
studente who graduated from 
Perdue University Jan. 21. 

Speight, received a bachelor^ 
degree electrical engineering. 




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Feb. 7-13 

Boy Scout Week is Feb. 7-13. 

One of the week's events is 
an open house at Dam Neck on 
Feb. 11. Scouts will tour the 
Guided Missile School from 10 
a.m. to noon. Then they will ' 
have lunch in the base restaur- 
ant. During the afternoon they 
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gunline. 

Uniform Day for Scouts will 

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Another special event of the 
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The national Scout theme for 
1967 is "Scouting Rounds a 
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In March the Scouts are plan- 
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at the Dome. 



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Ronald S. James of Virginia 
Beach has been named super- 
visor, claim department, at the 
Norfolk casualty and surety di- 
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Thursday, February 2, I^T 



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Matt of us ore o rcrther 
suspicious lot, AlttiouglilMmv- 
or "loolc a gift horso in the 
nooutf)", we often wonder Juflt 
what we hove to do «> get the 
gift horse in the first pface. 

Federal aid has been for 
years considered that "gift 
horse" by many* And femany 
cases we have had to lose cer-^ 
tain rights or compromise our 
own feelings or beliefs to re- 
ceive that federal aid. 

But we must never tumour 
heads In the opposite direction. 

n is perfectly obvious theft 
cities and even stafee could hot 
do nrrany of the things now being 
accomplished without financial 
aid from the central govern- 
ment. Included In tfiis long list 
would be improved education, 
better roads and special pro- 
jects. 

We will never agree with 
complete federal control or 
even heavy federal restrictions 
because federal money is grant- 
ed. After all, the federal gov- 
ernment got that money from us 
In the first place. It is merely 
being returned to Its rightful 
owners. 



We wl 1 1, however, accept fed- 
eral cof^erotion. Such as we 
are receiving in Virginia Beach 
flt present. 

In fact, we congratulate our 
Co&rdinotor of Urban Affairs 
on his accomplishments recent- 
ly and his continuing efforts 
to get more grants from the 
federal government. He has 
helped secure money for much- 
needed wdier lines and for beau- 
tification, both of which would 
not be afforded by the city alone 
at the present time, when so 
many things are d I rely needed. 

He is helping to get money 
for recreation, a welfarebuild- 

Ing , a drainage project all 

sorely needed and expensive. 
We hope he is successful in 
securing those funds to help 
pay for the projects. It will 
make the burden much easier 
for ourxity with terrific grow- 
ing pains. 

We are grateful to the federal 
government for Its help in Vir- 
ginia Beach. We simply hope 
that federal control never be- 
comes a requisite for federal 
aid. Then we could not go 
along, and would be forced to 
look that gift horse squarely 
in the mouth. 



THE OL' ONE . TWO 



To Bare or Not to Bare 



Topless go-go girls, topless 
entertainers and topless wait- 
^ resses seem to be the rage tfiese 
days all over the country. Even 
the staid city of Roanoke in 
austere southwest Virginia has 
a couple of bare bosom joints. 

We might add that this Is dw 
same Southwest Virginia which 
would not help us at all In the 
last sesslonof the VirglniaGen- 
eral Assembly on the local opt- 
ion liquor- by -tl^ drjoi^jil. 
Which Is better, weTWonc^r, 
booze or bosoms? 

For those who would holler 
"foul" and wiio would call as 
"blue-nose" or "old fogey", 
let us say that we do not con- 
sider ourselves in any of those 
categories. We even favor liq- 
uor-by-the-drink. 

But we do believe that nudity 
and semi-nudity has its place. 
And its place Is not in the rest- 
aurant. We find it almost laugh- 
able to think of being served 
a bowl of soup for lunch by 
a waitress wearing only a couple 
of "pasties" above the belly- 
button. 

We know we would not have to 



frequent that sort of place^jmd 
we would not, but others wouta. 
Unfortunately the patrons would 
Include those who should not. 
It Is shameful enough how mor- 
als have decayed in the past 
few years. This would only help 
Jhe cause. 

Actually, there has always 
been that air of mystery in 
the covered bosom, even when 
it was covered by so little. We 
-prefer that air of mystery. 
There is no mystery In the un- 
covered bosom, not even a little. 
In fact, there are probably only 
a few women who would prefer 
the bosom uncovered. 

We hope the topless fad does 
not come -to Virginia Beach. , 
But if it does, we hope It Is 
controlled severely to keep out 
undesirables it is bound to at- 
tract. Actually, we would pre- 
fer preventive legislation to 
keep the fad from arriving here 
at all. 

We have for many years been 
aware of the difference in the 
sexes, but we need not see that 
difference bared. This is one 
time we do not wish to see mat- 
ters get down to the bare facts. 



The Retiring Senator 

The people of Virginia Beach gratitude. He introduced the leg- 
islation that set the wheels in 
motion for the Virginia Beach- 
Norfolk Expressway, soon to 
become a reality. Then he work- 
ad diligently for itspassageand 
ro^see to it that a connecting 
tink In Norfolk was built. 

Now Senator Baldwin has 
chosen not to run again. We 
are sorry. The Senate of Vir- 
ginia will mtss him and his 
dedicated efforts that have 
spanned thirty years. 



may not always hofve agPeed 
with the stand taken by veter- 
an Norfolk State Senator Robert 
F. Baldwin, but that is as Jt 
should be. This, after all,^s 
a democratic society, and we 
have the right to disagree. 

But for one piece of legis- 
lation Ond for his tireless work 
on that piece of legislation, tho 
citizens of Virginia Beach, pre- 
sent and future, owe Senator 
Baldwin a tremendous debt of 



A Nation Weeps 



An entire nation is saddened 
by the deofth of three brave men 
who were determined to con- 
qtmr sfmce. The untimely deoths 
of astronauts Grissom, White 
and Chaffee reached not only in- 
to the homes (md hearts of their 
fellow woHbm's and families but 
aleo into tfw liomes and hecrts 
of Mfery true Amerlccn. 

^^^tdi dMitf space and spcK:e 
tniMtf In urMmmi. lliese mod« 
wVN^oy ptoneers knew itm 



dangers tfiey faced, and they 
faced death calmly. 

The setback In the space 
program Is of no consequence. 
We will go on with it. as In- 
deed we must. 

But the highest tribute that 
can be paid to any man has 
been paid to the fallen astro- 
nauts .... th^ sadness of a nat- 
ion CHid all its Inhabitonts who 
so closely id^rtif led with them 
in life. 





mtiers to Hie 



. Dear Editor: ^ 

I was greatly disturbed to 
read in a letter bjraL]TOi- 
baven resident, with reference 
to a zoning matter wtiich came 
before the City Council of fbe 
City of Virginia Beach, on which 
Councilman Dewey Simmons 
made a public disclosure tliat 
he had an interest in a zoning 
matter that was coming before 
the Council, and because he had 
an interest therein, disqualified 
himself on that particular zon- 
ing issue before City Council. 

I found, in checking, that the 
interest Mr. Simmons had was 
that an emptoyee of his firm 
had sold the property which 
was before the Council for zon- 
ing. I then checked Section 2-28 
of the City Code of the City 
of Virginia Beach, and I found 
this langua^ therein: 

"In any zoning case which 
is pending before the Council, 
in which a member of the Coun- 
cil las an interest in the land 
to be zoned, such official shall. 




prior to any hearing on the 
matter, or at such hearing, 
make a foil public disclosure 
of Q>e exact Wure of his in- 
terest." 

The sectbffl goes on to quote 
"an interest" as including a 
commission or fee that would 
be earned by such councilman 
as a result of a omtract of 
s^le which is made for tte 
iadi ot laid sittf)Ject to or ctm- 
URUMB VftiQ Soiling.' 

In other words. Councilman 
Simmons had a legal duty to 
make a public disclomre. I 
recall that vben be ran for 
council that be told tte puldic 
that be was a licensed real 
estate bndier. Surely Qie letter- 
writer from Lynnbaven wwild 
not have all real estate ag«^ 
disqualified from service cmttie 
City Council. 

It seems 0iat lately in Tide- 
water Virginia, as soon as any- 
one becomes a pidjlic official 
he immediately has his char- 



acter assassinated for merely 
doing his duty. This is a very 
sertous trend, and if permitted 
to ccmtinue, honest men such 
as Mr. Simmons will do a Id 
of thiiycing before tbey offer 
dteir services for public office. 
I commend Councilman Sim- 
mons for his ftall pid)lic dis- 
closure on tttt particular zoning 
matter that was before the Cou- 
ncil as is required by SedioD 
2-28 of the City Code iif Vir- 
ginia Beach, and I say farther 
to him, to remember the words 
of Ctmrchill who said: "Crit- 
icism Is die price of i^ioB- 
sibillty." 

Very truly foars, 
Lewis D. Ttaarston 
VirgiiilaBeadi, Virginia 



Fancy Meeting You Here 



Election day is still better than five months 
away, but die pace of political activity is 
already beginning te'be steH>ed up. Bodi sides 
ai^ar to be "girding their loins", as it were, 
for a good fi^t. 

The general public likes a good political 
fight, but it must be one that is geared to its 
level. The old days of outright mud-slinging 
in political campaips should be over. Tte 
aforementioned general public wants to be 
appealed to on an intellectual basis. 

tqMm^ 

Soidii^cation may be the key word. Pei^ 
ba^ political campaigns are becoming soph- 
isticated at last. 

There'll always be chaises and couitfer- 
charges and counter-counter-charges by all 
sides. That's only part of dM expected pune. 
But the downright dirty stuff jo^ iran't go 
anymore. And any £»ndidate or party that's 
4»nsMering it better give tq;) dw idea right 
now. 

The dirty stuff could baddlre aad probably 
would. John Q. PtAlic waits to make q> Us 
own mind these days. He Is nwre interested 
in issues a«i the answers^ by the candidates 
tian he is in party alignmoi. 

IncideitaUy, party al^ient is a^ all bad. 
b fact, it's mostly ^xxi, since dtt more ot 
one party in power, the more that can be d(H» 
for a city. Dissensi<Ni from die "rats" never 
did anytting more ^aa oreate wm^^suj 
disturt»nce for little or no reason. 

In tte early stages of the campiipIrM are 
experieidi^ here bi Virginia Beadhrl^qow, 
there is anottter tey word .... suM^. 

BroclHires and calling cards are beii^priitf- 
ed and distribated quietly by several ^adti&ies 
for both Constitutional offices andStite (Mms, 
But it's all very quite- so Cu-.TooQalet maybe. 



We wrry wl»n b<^ sUtk an so ^te. It 
oookl be an iodicatton of |HH% of tts aiM (»^ 



of a major sUrmish al^ad. Altbouf^ we wtwU 
perhaps prefer the former, we expect the 
latter. 

The subtle part of die inactive campaigning 
is sometimes a cause for amusement. Every- 
where we go these (kys we are bound to see 
one or more candidates on both sides. 

They appear in force at banquets, club meet- 
ly, service organizations, road dedicatkoa 
and at any place ii^wre ten or more peeide 
are gadiered at a givoi time. 

We even saw three candidates in die large 
crowd that gathered at Rudee Inlet a we^ ago 
when a man drowned UMUds car was beii^ 
pulled out (tf the mid. Bat perhaps their pre- 
sence diere was coiaeidei^ Who knows? 

Candidates just Mem to be (»ming oat of 
the woodwork th^e^days in places where we 
don't see them oft«i, excqit at election time. 
And ttey always seem to have on dieir best 
cMtes, ttieir Uggest "toodqpaste" smile and 
tiieir warmest hanMu^. 

. AldKwg^ we gently pake fun at the candidates 
for their adions nov, it must never be for- 
gdten diat die greateit asset dot any candidate 
has is his pers(»ial s^jpearance. 

His persoial coO^ with die prtepective 
voter at any time in any place is his key to 
succe^. Most of thoM nmnii^ on dte Admin- 
istrat&n ttckd, mate iq) of several astute 
organlzaftion polltlelMs and some Mwamers, 
kaov tte value ttfdievftrai smile and fte {dns- 
ant, firm tondshake. Even tte iwwcwnera seem 
to know it Imal^. 

Some of die membMS cf the onx^BlMi are 
no slouches eitter k tke handshake d^art- 
mert. 

Wt^ch t&e ned few s^M$ and ^^sticded 
v«eks. Yoifllbeweiaf jUdofttecandMatw 
d "w»-politi»l" spaters at agivenftiactte 
and la ay m ^l {d^« at the rigtt tUM. 



BY JOSEPH LOWEWTHAL, JR. 



Mr. ammois noted at that 
meetfa^ tiiat a member itf his 
firm tad bsea the co-agent 
in tbe traioaction. He was lat- 
er quite concerned with the 
criticism of all his actions 
in die natter. Ed. 



One of t^ fifst tUnp I do 
MCh wedE/iAM Q» Initial ieap- 
les of the pj^ itert ti roU 
oft du press is gnU) a (xtpy 
ud exaoUne U carefully. 

• flook ta errors. As long 
as Hie Mayor's name is spelled 
correctly and as long as there 
are no i^arlsf goc^ or mls- 
speUla^ in larp headUne^ 
I usually forget abort die minor 
typofrajdiical errors. 

Fot instance, la^ week's 
laper had a cutline under a 
. lecture .fi^lainii^ how a fire- 
iman diraw a "matteras'5 off 
a balcony. Since wafmk caoM 
tdearly see die "m^tress" in 
(the picture, I gritted my teeth 
and let it go. 

But last week I had an addit- 
ional (taty. Can^ttUy I smeHed 
my early copy. The odor was 
fine, or as fine as any iievs- 
papercanbe. 



The Sweet 

Smell of 
Success 



This was noMssitated by die 
women who called the week 
before and oimidaliMd abo^ 
the way tlie pqier smelled. I 
traced tbe odor to Its seorcc 
diat time, and since my coiqr 
smeUcd fUie last wedc, I figur- 
ed we had that prddem conquer- 
ed. 

Ilien dw calls started. Apdn 
the office staff, as seoo as the 
calters get as far as "... . 
and it smells terrible", turned 
the calls over to me. 

At first I thottglt my initial 
caller was a pradical joktt. 
phoning to make my di^ a Uttlc 
brli^iter. Brt when she began 
to dKcrlbe die heavy chemical 
odw, l^ btga to snqiect ^e 
was Ml die level. She was. So 
were tbe odiers who caUtd, 
indoding an advertiser wtese 
fttll-paga ad smelted. 

I was stunned. I went aramd 
smelling several copies of 
paper. Tbey smelled fine. Then 
it happened. I found one diat 
smeUed terrllfle. 

Once again the search was 
on. Mod people I adced were 



mmewliat suspidous irtw I 
b^tt (pestiesii% diem. Ut0t 
ttey tad seen me rundail a- 
round smelling ps^iers. Any- 
way I ndiced that t^ gave jne 
a pretty wl<fc berdu \ 

I bepn to f^ like I n^§d 
a new aoodntesh or majii a 
new deodorant. Televlslao ^m- 
mericals can get to yon, ysu 
knew. 

Finally st^erior investlgd- 
Ive technlgMS (and asking die 
right maiO paid off . 

The story I am about to tell 
you is true, so help me. And 
if next week your pqier still 
stidc, dont caU me. CaliBdi 
Smidu (Yes, that's hto ml 
mme.) Re rms the pros, and 
it's aU Us fSidt. 

Being a Uf-ttme nMtr^i^- 
m wcddy newspjyier, wt keep 
plMty d exfara paper tn hlBd, 
and barrels andbarrelsefhtack 
ink. Ed nd enoof^ bias lak. 

Thd little fad wasdlsoovcr- 
ed abod half «ay thremli tte 
I^ess run (dter I had smelled 
tte early o^es). No preidem 
Sin^fy call die idc supplier. 
Oh, thd's ri^ It's tos lata. 
He's dosed. How abod toaak- 
log in? Okay, forgd it. 

The light dams. Borrow Usk 
from trkuSkj priders India 
area. Sa «tet If aU die Idnes 
are diffemtf. No «m will nd- 

Tlie ink wtt seoured flndlv 
tid tten It was (ttMovMred it 
was die wT«v kind. It wis tee 
diick. The eoly way to ttiB It 
down waa to add a sdv^.... 
a sdTMd tint didcs. ^ 

And diat. gedle ra«ltr,ls 
tttf second jnatallmfd j| tta 
saga of die stlnkiiy a tm nvwu . 

So help me, dds week Vm 
going to stend rigtt d Itat 
press and smell all the mm- 
papers^ks diey roU oft. 

If management concurs, I nty 
«ven spray every me wltt 
Chanel #5. Tien someone, v- 
doditedly, would conqilaln dwd 
our swed newspaper. 

Remember, if your papw 
smells bad dds week, the nan 
to call to Bob Smldi. (Yes, 
thd IS his real name.) BOB 
SMITH. 



National Budget Includes 
Commission Funds 



A total d $85,000 In Prtel- 
ded Jdsis(»'s bod^t is Mr- 
marked tor the Erosion Com- 
missltm d Vii^itaila iBeadi. 



spends about $180,000 to $$00, 
900 a year tor regoUur erailon 
tmAni. This does nd taidnde 
any special er new pre jed. 



Ttatfamemitlsodyasmau ^I'^J'^L^J^J!^ 

part d die $16 mUUoo alldtod ^tl^JST^L^^^ 

to die U. S. Army Corp d En-^ "f^^*' «" ^Sf ''^l^ 

gineersfteprejedsinVirglda. y«" «re worse dwi dkSfS." 



The onneftorVlrgintoBeach 
in die record bodgd Is to re- 
Iritabce ftmite already qiotlrydie 
Erosioi CoBunlsdon. 



"The feitenl g^emmort is 
sqiposed to pay half d whd we 
pd od for erralmi oodrd 
here," said Edward H. Church, 
chairman d the commlssloo. 
"Bd we have to qpend moiwy 
for some tMnp diey dim't al- 
tow, so it do^n't raaUy come 
to half." 



He add the omnis^m 



Some storms brii^ ta ad- 
didwal sand, accordInK to 
CImrcli, wiiUe odiers erode the 
beaches. , , 

**l ddak oar beadws are now 
in excelled c(»ditli»," hi ad- 
ded. 

Needless to say, the VlrKbte 
Beach Entflon Comadniai 
wmild nd like to SM tlt^lld- 
eral budget cd to Int^Mla Wi 
$89,000. Then lkUtttate«». 
of dds, aadttieaao^sheddW' 
in die new bu^ 1^^ It, 
^:ned by dM PresMed. > *] 



mtPtitm kviw, Virginia i^A, 1Ai|^ 
T«Memi 4as.t01 



" y«t3IO£ 
inia, ifiird dw 



It's the tmi 
tawwall^ 
mtods. 



tray. At least we can gd to 
wf^ ttM nnto ip ow wwn 

to 



mn%. 



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Thursday, February 2, 1967 



The Virginia Beach Sun 




PofltS 



MEREDITH SEMBLER UNDER GLASS. THE VIRGINIA BEACHS0N EMPLOYEE ATTACrfES THE 
1967 LICENSE DECAL TO HER WINDSHIELD. ALL VIRGINIA BEACH VEHICLES BETTER HAVE 
ONE OR ONE SIMILAR FOR CARS OWNED BY SERVICEM EN IN THE ACTIVE MILITARY. THE 
DEADLINE FOR PURCHASE WAS TUESDAY AND VIRGINIA BEACH POLICEMEN ARE CHECK- 
ING CAREFULLY FOR NON-STICKERED WINDSHIELDS. 



Topless 

CONTINUED FROM p}*l 

Virginia 6each Police Cidef 
said, "I tUnk tbe least said 
about the matter, tbe better. But 
we'll cross tbat bridge if and 
yihen we come (o it," 

The laws governing topless 
girls are somewhat vague, ac- 
cording to an attorney who asked 
not to be identified. He said 
there may have to be specific 
legislation passed and enforced 
if an area wishes to keep the 
topless fad from being there. 

Most of ttiose queried would 
not fiavor topless go-go girls or 
waitresses, but did nul wish to 
be categorized as *bl^e-noses'. 

Others fovored the simi- 
nudity on a private clids basis. 
And still others said tbey vrere 
ready for toplessness anytime. 

Wheflier Virginia Beach wiU 
become a new home for the top- 
less set this summer is still 
- only 'rumor, and Recording to 
many, a very bad nimor. 

But one never knows, so tbey 
wait and watch and watdi and 
watch. 




WINNER OF AN UPRIGHT FREEZER IN A & P SUPERMARKET 
THREE-OF -A- KIND SWEEPSTAKES WAS DR. MADGE MAY, 
DIRECTOR OF THE CITY HEALTH DEPT. DR. MAY CLAIMED 
HER PRIZE AT THE STORE ON LASKIN RD. IT IS A 1400 
LB. CAPACITY FREEZER. 

Exchknge Club Wins "E" Award 



1 1 "TfniiiwumiJHWii— „,——,,— „^,„„,,^,,„^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH RESIDENTS 

lET US ENLIGHTEN YM... 

1III0RT6A6E 

!nd LOANS 

LOW ^r 

:2 TO 7.YEAR TERMS: 
5 YEARS 





Dome 

CONTINUED FROM P. 1 



He has some synqnttiy from 

lUs Board of Dlre<^ors,hesays, 

and from,, some city officials, 

bolt would iwt venture to guess 

. iHMtlwr a study will be made. 

Scott also has recommended 
{dans for the present ce^r. 

"It could become a trans- 
portation center with a heli- 
port, anio rental agencies, 
iiotel-motel call board, tidiet 
•fmey for all airlines and rail 
and bus lines, as well at a 
iiMdqeartcrs for a quidc trans- 
it system serving tiie beach 
frooV' su^sted Sc(^ 

Hm quick transit sy^m re- 
ferred to by Scott would be a 
systtn of smaU bues noBiag 
A q> and down AtlaiMe Avtnue i^ 
short Intervals to and from 
helrit and molris ba a raall 
fee, stmllar lettie JltneyseiMr- 
at«l by tke City of Atlantic 
City, New Jersey. . 

But to Scott's knowledge. Jit- 
neys are not being seriously 
considered in Virginia Beach 
at present. 

"Wtet I'd Uke to see," said 
Scott, "It a first-class civic 
ccirftr complex locked in Vir- 
jIlQia Bea(^ Borough wii^ fltxAj 
" ol'pi^dng space available and 
with an ttie Internal equ4>ment 
necessary to niake ItsomeUiing 
•pedal" 

' Scett has not asked for any 
money for the preliminary 
stody, bat has suggttsted that ttie 
Clfy Planning Commtasion 
mtitt tte imtial studies to see 
if tlie enttre matter is feasible. 

"I ttiink it is," said Scott. 
"And in time to come llquor- 
bf dw drinkwiU protaUycome 
tint, bringiiif'new hotels, mot- 
els, restenrante and clubs." 

Then accordiiv to SccM, Vir- 
ginia Beadi will need ttw new 
fedlity not mly for convention- 
eers, but to meet Uie needs of 
a Urge and metropolitan city, 
IvobeUy soon to be die largest 
la till state of Virginia. 



« 



Lost" Money Draws Crowd 



"I'm Just glad we didn't lose 
more ttan we did," said Edward 
R. Church, senior vice-presi- 
dent of the First & Merchants 
National Bank operations in 
Virginia Beach and Norfolk. 
"But the loss is covered by a 
banker's blanket bond, which 
covers any loss a bank can 
have," 

• 

"This is the first r(M)ery 
since the Bank ofVirginiaBeach 
merged widi First ti Mer- 
chants," said Churdi. "In feet, 
it's die first robbery of one of 
our banks since 1956." 

In Decendwr 1955 and in June 
1956 die branch at (802 Attanttc 
Ave. fell victim to robberies. 
In b^th cases die robbers were 
caught and prosecuted. 

First it Merchants now has 10 
ofQces in Virginia Beakhjnd 
N(»-folk., lite Pembrohe-Ara- 
^na branch where the robbery 
took place is a relatively new 
buUdicg on Kellam Road, just 
off Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

Reports diat die FBI was not 
certain it has found all die mon- 
ey drojppeA by the robber in 
his esc^ie Friday nightbrought 
hundreds of men, women and 
children to the marshy field on 
Saturday to look for any bills 
that might have been scattered 
by the wind. 



Find Your Name ContestWinner: 
E. S. ThroMberry, 2714 W.Le- 
land 1%*., you have Just «wi 2 
trm passes to die Janaf Cinema. 




MARKMAN 
TECHNICAL 

Divlsi(»r 
Marilyn Markmui Personnel 

FEE PAiD 

TO... $20,000 - 

MARKMAN SALES: 

JUNIOR OFFICER 

MaiQr fee paid jdAs, car, 
bonus, expenses. Start to 
$ 9.000 

MARKMAN 
MANAGEMENT: 

EX-SERVICE 

Manager traiwes, office 
and many National "Fee 
p aid" lobs. Stert to $8,00 

If yon are out or getting out 
of die Service DON'T take a 
dance of missin^die BET- 
TER JOBS we have to offer 
^. Call us tocfaqr. 

Commonwealth Bldg. 

497-4873 

or 

Maritime Tower 

625-6704 



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Call 622-6167 - Mr. Allison 

E.RAY HOWELL 

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No morel* money was found, 
according to reliable sources. 
The robber left die bank widi 
$13,477, but lost a reported 
$7,611 during his escape after 
die bold robbery at 6:30 p.n». 
Betweos 15 and 20 customers 
and baidc employees were in the 
bank at die time. > 

Manager Daniel Proulx hid 
under a desk wldi a telejAone 
during the robbery and called 
police. One teller was worried 
for his safety because "it was 

Daniel S.Dudley 
Appointed Agent 

-Dantel S. Dudley of Bade 
Bay, has been anninted a field 
cUdm representetive in the 
Portemouth office of the State 
Farm Mutual Automobile Insur- 
ance Co. 

A native of Princess Anne 
County, he is the «« of Mrs. 
AdeUa S. Dudley, and die late 
J. B. Dudley. He attended Prin- 
cess Anne High School and re- 
ceived his BS degr^ at V.P.I. 
in 1962. 



deathly quiet in tiiere at the 
time," she said. 

"But the robber was sil- 
ently too nervous to notice, I 
guess," she acMed. "He was too 
intent on getting die money in 
the bag and watching everybody 
at the same time." 

Proulx declined to make any 
comment on his reaction to die 
robbery. "I don't want to get 
myself in hot water.'* 

The robber esc{^)ed in a car 
reportedly with another man 
driying. 



CLOSING 

AVERAGE 

REPORT 



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The Exchange Club of Vir- 
ginia Beach was presented with 
die Big 'y' Award for Excel- 
lence for/ 1966 at its regular 
meeting Tuesday. 



Glen K. Shomo, Virginia dis- 
trict president, made the award 
on behalf of the National Ex- 
change Club. 



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MANE MEADS HOLDS THE WILD ONE; JOYCEGAUS PERCHES FROSTY THE SNOWMAN ATOP 
CARRYING CASE. 



Two PembriAe Manor tnoth- 
ers have groven that raising a 
large hmly today needn't shat- 
ter the family's financial 
structure completely. You 
simply put the tuaily to work 
for you .... and above all, d(»i't 
spare the rod. 

As a matter of fact, the rod, 
and ttelr adeptness with it, 
accounts to a large extent fbr 
much of the pair's success. 

Diane Meads and Joyce Gaus. 
two energetic and enterprisii^ 
women with miiKls that ap- 
parently function as compatibly 
as do their fingers, recently 
took their family - boy and girl 
puppets - to Pembroke MaU. 
They set up shop and for two 
hours, the whole, mad Pem- 
broke Puppets' entourage at- 
tracted almost as many children 
as Santa did in the same spcA 
a couple of months ago. 



\ 



LQce Santa, OiewoineBflpcMi 
tteir packs, and oirt ciBM t 
succe^sdon of chancttrs tkit 
ranged from The Wild OM to 
Rumpelstiltddn. 

Iltey plogfed io their tapt 
. recorder, and excq>t for brief 
breaks every 20 miootM or ao, 
staged their rqiertoire of flUry 
tales, musical acts and aoi- 
sensical melodramas, potttac 
to work thestieky-keidedcktr- 
aeters they'd created from Mts 
and pieces cA dotti, yan^boikM 
and bows. 

Coiqilete strangers nttl a 
short time ago, the two have 
turned a lart into a small M 
lively and IvcratiTe iFffhtft. 
In additioo to 35 mainditr- 
acters, their invw^ryoMisists 
of a stoge, a c^rftal advertis- 
mg placard, a "diddle7".bic", 
buckets of Elmer's glM and a- 
bout 1,000 "bodies floatii« a- 



round." 

Tte partnership began when 
ttwy met by chance at a Pem- 
Itroto Manor Civic League 
meeting. As Joyce tells it, she 
votanteered to tackle a fund- 
raising project and Diane vol- 
iBtfeered to help. They broke all 
prertoos records and to date, 
no one has been able to even 
match the amotrnt they todi in. 

So began a very unique assoc- 
iatfam that thrives on activity: 
dmreb work, recreation com- 
mittee of the civic league, gard- 
en clnb (DiaM is presideitf), 
T(y6 (Joyce is president) and 
tbe dvic leagoe 'p^licatioo. 
B«tw««n ttiem Uiere are two 
Iftsbuds and Ave (AiUren. 
Time is ttidr only really big 
prottem. 

"I woQld like to have about 
M boors a day. I think I could 



do a lot better," J<^* said, 
explaining that their system is 
such that inq>iration can come 
at any time, and re^nfless ol 
ttie hoars, she calls Oian*. 
While she talks, Diane's mind 
is working rapidly, sloping 19 
Joyce's latest idea. Inspiration, 
op come from anytiiing, aqy- 
ivfaere. 

The web worm, for instance, 
came abmit as a result of dw 
"things that were kiUii« our 
grass." 

Both women possess great 
imag^tion and bothfumidtttit 
voices for Uieir charaders. 
Diane's throaty, powerfU one 
comes 9A like thunder n^m 
necessary. 



(SEE PUPPETS PAGE 7) 



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nr JEANNE MAGEX: TU(XER 
Wemoi's Editor 



Dear Pattl .... you crazy? .... completely nuts? maybe new 

husinnd, new fourth grade, maybe 'both make you nuts.... 

Newsroom dirty, nasty, frustrating place to work. . , .be nice 
girl . . . .don't go Columbia Journalism school .... go Katy Gibbs 
•ad be nice secretary..,. not to editor, though,... maybe to 
dodor or undertaker. 

Im^ time ago, haiKlsome managing editor, sitting behind big, 
iivresive desk piled high with papers, books, wire o^y, 
pencils, qrfkes say same things to me. But I chuckle inside, tWnk- 
taf fee trying scare me away. No dice. I not scare that easily. 

(Uter fet Ectre me plenty when I call a(|nlral a capUia.) 

ffe «art wm another time when he threaten make clean sweep 
" ^*^ overflowliV itesk). 

|Jfta dot^w who deliver my babies....! learn love him. I 
~ e, fee 80 ri^.... about dirt, fru^nUi(ffls,loQd-roouthed 



Delegates to the state meeting 
of the Virginia Federatiwi of 
Women's Clubs will move into 
the Golden Triangle, Norfolk, 
April 11 for the group's anmal 
two-day convention, this year 
arranged by the Tidewater Dis- 
trict, VFWC. 

The steering committee held 
its first meeting Monday. Mrs. 
E, G. Middleton Jr., In charge 
of arrai^ements , is being as- 
sisted by Mrs. Phillip L. Rujsso, 
vice chairman. M embers d tlie 
committee are Mrs. Otis B. 
Gregg, Tideuater District pres- 
ident, and presidents of all tte 
Tidewater Women's clrtJs. 




Coming Up... 



' A Cmmtry Kitchen Baaaar, a 
fimiarge fund-raising endeav- 
or tat flwJtffiior VirginiaBeach 
GantenClob. 

The 43-meDber club diose 
Mardi 8 to i^esent for sale a 
collection ci gifte and gadgets, 
Jams and Allies, all made l^the 
youi« ddnromen. 

The fBatnred sale item wiu 
be a oookbodc, a comidlation of 



redoes ooUeded by tiM nomee 
and presented in a hi^itttck 
book, cqiies d whidi win be 
limited. Some 100 redpes are 
contalMd in tiie book. 

Funds from tlM bazaar vill 
be used for plantlq: i»re|»ct8 ^ 
0» Gtteral Hos^bO. 

Mrs. Tbom RMdertU is 
overall clairman;Mrs.WilUan 
Bmce^. dub president. 




a Mg dUly in anetter city .,.. bd no afferent here. 
nrt Mt qMe Mhe(d....city editor ndloni-iMwtt (we have 
t)»«.*bui ftn^tnUens wms^. 

Mf flMv eMM...,ftlm(^ fr»K Wdag i^ctur^. Get vH 
...tw^ hnAi....bd get i^x. 

fittE IWT A^D PACIFK: PAGE 8) 



GCy Rose Show 
Set Oct. 11.12 



Tl» Garden Cldtof Virginia's 
annual Rose Show this fwu is 
sclwduled for Oct. 11 and 12 to 
the Cavalier Beach Club. ItwiU 
be sponsored by ttie Prince 
Aue Gardm Clti>. 



MRS. A. J. ITMI^ AND MRS. HOWARD GILL PERFORM CUT 
TING OPERATIONS ON FABRIC ^T iEl CMiXl^ 
TRASH BASKETS; MRS. JOTN SYER SUPERVEB l^OM m 



RECIPE CARDS, WRAPPED IN BRKHTLY-CCaORED WOOL 
ARE DONE UP Tti PACKETS BY MBS. ^ASUS GIU9DT AND 
Ml«. ARTHUR ULES.WORKJ^VSESnOWBAtEBEEHHELD 
REGULARLY SINCE OCTOBER. 




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The Virginia Beach Sun 



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Suddenly It Was Spring 



...and Beacherinos flocked 
outdoors to soak up every minute of it. 





. AND FEMALE SPECTATORS TO WHERE THE BOYS WERE. 



Rose Society Installation Set 



STOFERS TOOK TO THE BEACH 



AreaClub» 

Parents' Group 
Sets First Installation 



.FAMILIES TO THE BOARDWALK. 



(SUN PHOTOS) 



Dr. M. I. Krispher will be 
installed president of the Tide- 
water Rose Society at 7 p.m. 
Saturday. Installation ceremon- 
ies will be held in the hospit- 
ality room of the Coleman Nur- 
sery, Portsmouth. 



I^rtnli Wlibrat Partaers, 
lae., C^ter #166, wUi instaU 
ttt flnt slitt of offiMTS at a 
6:M 9M, MMttng Saturday la 
tte A4iUraliy Motor Hotal. 

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Tte Vlrgliia B«a<^ brandi 
<i m AanieaB Aamdtm 
of tMftrtttjr WoBMB mot last 
«Mk at Tatars Short ChapaL 
JDr. Wanraa Sfm^t^ profHrnn- 
d idalory at OM DomiaiflQCol- 
lif», ipoki to tlM voiiwa 00 
Itwdaa OwmiBBltin rt, Cfedin 



Mra. Cart7 WUliaou and 
Mra. fiataaa Avaritt wore co- 
t iortiM January meet- 
of tte CarolaiBie Fanii» 
CWb. Tlw {roup met 
li Mra. WiUlams' borne. Charl- 
aa GlflMrd of Winn Nursery was 
Ittaat q^aiinr. 



Ha Anwtead Yard of tte, 
Mootli plaqoa «a«preswtedra- 
caotty to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. 
eaten of 2S2 Iroquois Rd. Tbe 
ptaqaa-witt te displayed In tte 
OMm yard ttroagteot tte ra> 
BMladn of tte BBOBth. Arrov- 
tead GardM CM metlastvMk 
la tte tona of Mrs. E. D. Jor- 
dlB. Mra. laricer Blade vu 00- 
teataaa. Mn. E.. w. TlmmoDa 
aftk» m fudan flierapy. 



Ttey are: Harry Mesctel, 
-presldeot: Mrs. Rita Franl^ 
M rs. M ary Kresovldi ud Mrs. 
LilUan Kurzer,vicepresideirts; 
Mrs. Vera Taylor and Mrs. 
Jaw Green, secretaries; and 
Mra. RnOiCc^n, treasurer. 

Mrs. Gerry Ramer, li^r- 
. national president, will Install 
tte offleersJi All raemters and 
proqiective memlwrs are in- 
vited to attend. 

Parei^ Wiltert Partners, 
Inc. is an Intemtiooal, non- 
sMtarlan, eAicatlMal wganls- 
^ion derotad to tte latere^ 
and^Uyre <rf single parei^ 
andnelrdiildren. 




To be installed also are J. M. 
Leach and FredB. Wallace, vice 
presidents; J. Edwin Ennis, 
treasurer; Mrs. J. Robert 
Cross Jr. and M rs. J. Edwin 
^nnls, secretaries. 

On the board of directors are 
Edward Tippo, Frederick Heu- 
tte, W. B. Harrison, Charles 
Turrlsi and J. W. Overton. 

Mrs. Josephine Turrentine 
will instaH the new officers. 

Slides of English and Scottish 
gardens will be shown by Fred- 
eric Heutte. 





SON, SAND AND SOLITUDE. 



(tf tte LjTOiteven 

Colcaqr Gardaa clii> leaned a- 
teal ordids at Uiair reeot 
Fnak W. Israel ex- 

te ^Inei^M rtr fflM»- 

aaafttl erittfaUoa of tte entie 
pitet lo tte natttera at tteir 
naatlag la tte teme of Mrs. 
MariiNtte mu OB Starflsli Rd. 
Mrs. E. W. Hansen was co- 
teilan. Toys were draated to 
naady^Vtaw. 



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(COMTimJED FROM PAGE 6) 

Tte tateatment in the "dldd- 
lajr tei** la nlnote. "We don't 
hif mi^lb^ we doB't teve to," 
DiaaaaaM. 

To eraata a dMrader, ttey 
tarn te tte dtdiDey ta( (bits 
of Jist abevt aiqr- 
ted nnclcalfy, aaotter 
lilqrlatiwn. 

"Tte ailaaia tte last tattso 
S^ pirt«, te tea a persMattty. 
Bl B^ ^y more ttaa one 
m^ lit Um paneoallty and 
Ms vtfea mm ^aia," mo* 
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MEMBERS OF THE CAVALIER 
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BREEZES MONDAY MORNING 
TO WORK ON THEIR SEARS' 
HANDS PROJECT, BEAUTIFI- 
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STATION, U. S. POST OFFICE. 
AMONG THOSE PLANTING 
SHRUBS AND BULBS ARE MRS. 
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W. H. BROWN, MRS. ARTHUR 
J. WINDER AND MRS. E. A. 
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The yirginio Beach Sun 



Thursday, February 2> 1967 



31st and Pacific 

(CONTINUED FROM 6) 



Paper come out Thursday.... snow nowhere in sight.... sun 
^bMag lite July .... people say she crazy. 

C^ . . . . try a^n. This time go down beach .... walk in sand 
with new sale shoes for sunshine-type pix. Wait two hours . .'. . 
nottdqg. But can't go back with nothing .... so shoot anything, 
con^^tete roll. Pack up camera, start tip car ... , then it happen. 

Bloote in bikini stroll down beach. Too Iate...nim all gone. 

Time I got tough.... forget what people think. Crack the 
wtlip....stop letting everyone push me around. 

&$xi with Alisbee. Where hot New York fashion story you 
proBised? We're a weekly .... not a yearly. 

F)orget it ... . probably went to paper up the road. 

Going to get tough, too, with Ethel Winn. She jinx me, I think 
Two pix-shooting sessions inlieh Ethel Winn at my elbow,.pix 
no good. 

Sea Spriters probably mad as handsome managing editor 
was.... but this time I not crazy. (Last time Ethel made me so 
nervous 1 forgot to put film in camera). This time camera OK . . . 
film delivered to develc^dog man as instructed. This time he 
crazy .... exposed whole roll. 

Oh, well.... Sea Spriters not first King's Daughters Circle 
victims of camera . . . .probably won't be last, either. 

Still waiting for wedding pic from professional photographer. 
Couple married, honeymoon over .... we're still waiting for 
weddiogpic. 

31st and Pacific like any other newsroom .... crazyhouse. 

Love, 

Mummy 





Scirah Simpson 
Edmond Garrett 

M r. and M rs. George Gordon 
Simpson announce the marriage 
of their daughter, Sarah Jane, 
to Edmond Ephraim Garrett Jr. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond 
Ephraim Garrett. 

The ceremony was perform- 
ed at 8:30 p.m. Jan. 20 in the 
vChapel of the First Baptist 
Church. The Rev. H. Wadell 
Waters officiated. Only the im- 
oijediate families were present. 



Sondra Hamrick-Carlyle Holland 11 



Leon a Cherry 
Robert W. Mott 

Mrs. Leona Carawan Cherry 
and Robert WeW)er Mott were 
married at 8 p.m. Friday in the 
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. 
Bosher in B irdneck Point The 
ceremony was performed by 
marriage commissioner Lewis 
Smith in the presence of close 
relatives. The couple will live 
temporarily at Virginia Beach. 



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MR. AND MRS. RICHARD T. INGLING 



Susorl Walker-Richard Ingling 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thornton Ingling will live in the BIrdneck 
Village Apartments when they return from a Southern wedding 
trip. The couple was married at a 1 p.m. ceremony January 14, 
in Star of the Sea Catholic Church. The Rev. James J. Foley, 
assistant pastor, officiated. 

Mrs. Ligling, the former Susan Veronica Walker, is the daughter 
. of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Walker. The groom's parents 
are Capt. Francis Walrus Ingling, USN (Ret.) and Mrs. Ingling. 

The bride, given in marriage by her father, had, as her maid of 
honor, Miss Linda Jean Brady of Philadelphia, a cousin of the 
bride. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Benjamin C. Spencer Jr. of Miami, 
Fla., sister of the groom; Mrs. William W. McClanan III, Mrs. 
Patsy N. Walker and Miss Cheryl J. Durham, all of Virginia Beach. 

Douglas C. Ingling was his brother's be^inan. Serving as ushers 
were William Thomas Walker Jr., brother ofthebcide; Walter M. 
Maloney, and Nicholas S. Michaels of Virginia Beach; and Donnie 
Griffin of Norfolk. '"•— 

The bride wore a gown of white French net appliqued with 
peau d'ange lace. The empire bodice was designed with a deep 
oval neckline and long sleeves. A flowing cage skirt scalloped at 
the hemline fell into a cha^pel train. Her veil of English illusion 
was arranged from a pearl and crystaLembroidered Dior bow. 
She carried a bouquet of vrtilte orcM3s/roses and stephanotis. 

Her attendants wore floor lengthA-line burgundy chiffon dresses 
with empire bodices and wrist-length puffed sleeves. A band of 
burgundy Swiss lace defined the|4gh waist. Their headpieces were 
bouSaat burgundy veils caught "^th pearl combs. 

A wedding reception was held in the Naval Air Station Officers' 
Club. 



Find Your Name ContestWinner: 
William A. Brice, 117 Ojibwa 
La., you have just won 2 free 
passes to the Janaf Cinema. 



Miss Sandra Lee Hamrick 
and Carlyle Peerman Holl^id 
III were married' in a 4 p.m. 
ceremony Saturday in BaysiHe 
Presbyterian Church. T)ie Rev. 
John E. > Johnson officiated. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Comdr. Laurence Lee HamVick 
USN (Ret.) and Mrs'. Hamrick. 

Mr. Holland is the son of 
Carlyle Peerman Holland Jr. 
of Suffolk. 

» 

The bride was given in mar- 
riage by her father. She wore 
a Skinner satin gown trimmed 
with wide bands of scalloped 
Alencon lace. The lace-edged 
shoulder train^-mfas accented 
with Alencon lace. 

Miss Jane Gtey Winfree of 
Mannboro wsuT'maid of honor. 
Other attemants were Miss 
Mary Mason Green of Bedford; 
Miss Patricia Jane Paul of 
West Point;Miss MoUie Morton 
Smith of Washington, Va.; M rs. 
Edward C. Johnston Jr. of HI^- 
land Springs; Miss Anne Roun- 
tree Smith pd Mrs. Cecil W. 
Norman Jr., both of Norfolk. 

The groom's attendants were 
Garry Lee Hamrick and Wayne 
Turner ofVirginia Beach; Josh- 
us Cottingham West FV, Ralph 
Augustus Bittner Jr., William 
Ricliard Savage III, William Bo- 



gart HdlaW, Wayne Dickson 
Hollaui and David Lee Holland, 
all ol Suffolk. 

M aster Richard Savage IV of 
Williamsburg was ring bearer. 

A receptim was held in the 
Norfolk Naval Station Officers' 
Club. The couple is on a wed- 
ding trip to Bermuda. 



Spaghetti Supper ^ 
SetTc^^night 

What's on the menu tom^t? 
It's spaghetti at Linidiorn Pkrk 
Elementary School. 

Their annual spaghetti dinner 
is being held from five toeig^t. 
In ttie school cafeteria. There 
will be costumed waitresses, a 
strolling accordionist, and lots 
of food. 

Tickets are $1.25 for adults 
wai $.75 fbr children ~4n sixth 
grade or below. 




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Arrowhead Garden Club will 
sponsor a bake sale Friday 
at Valu-Falr supermarket, Vir- 
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vilie Dr. The sale will begin 
at 9:30 a.m. and continue until 
2:30 p.m. 



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Sales and Custom Design 

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Valentine shopping with one convenient stop at our 
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and humorous Valentines, Penny Vatentines for children, 
gift suggestions, gift wraps, party sets and home decora- 
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JLPHIN DINNER THEATRE MANAGING DIRECT(» WADE WILLIAMS DISC l^ES 40 FOOT 
"£!^^'1F^^^ I5ESIGN TO BOARD MEllBER8ALGTG<WEKAl©l*H«ENCESMKaiO, " 
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BERS ARE THOMAS C. BROYLES AND A. G. ALEXANDER. 

Dinner Theatre t& OpeQ in^ril 



Virginia's newest dinner the- 
atre will open April 12 at 16th 
st and Atlantic Ave. According 
to W^e Williams, M anaging Di- 
rector, the new dinner tteatre 
will be the most modern on the 
East Coast. 

The Dolphin Dinner Theatre 
will mtdntaln a professional 
resident Company and «111 be 
open year-round playing Mon- 
day through Saturday evenings. 
Roy LaMere has been named 
general manager of Beach En- 
tertainment Associates, the 
producing firm. Member.*; of the 



Board of Dlre(^rs lodade 
Thomas C. Broyles, A, G.Alex- 
ander, Larry Sancllllo and A^ 
Cohen, 

The openli^ show will be Ler- 
ner and Lowe's "My Fair Lady*. 
WiUiams will go to New York 
in late FetHnary to castfm-tUs 
and otber shows. It is hoped 
thai a large majority of oist 
members can beobtalMdtloeal- 
ly, and there will be a namnL 
cast call on Tuc«hy, at 8 p.m. 
at the CavaUer toteU All per-, 
sons, cast, crew, sinsers and 



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TERRI REED AND BILL BRITTON, PRINCIPLES IHTISVISGDIU BEACH Lmi£tB£&TIi£'$ 
FORTHCOMING PRODUCTION OF "LOOK HOMEWARD AlKSEL/' REBEA^E AN mPCffiTAlfT 
SCENE. 

Multi-Talented Cast 5^"^ 
Prepares Play 



Talrated designer Neal Tho- 
mas and equally gifted scepic 
artist Harrell Tlce are demon- 
strating their versatility in ttie 
(»rr«it Virginia Beach Little 
Theatre production of "Look 
Homeward Angel." . 

The rattier complex stage set 
for this Pttlltzer-priie wlnnlQg 
drama, nMch is t»sed on the 
book ^ Thomas Woolfe, is ttie 
crei^OD <tf Herbert Harrell, 
tocal ftorlst and treasurer of 
ttie LiWe IheiUre group. 

Harrell Is becoming an "old 
hand" at ccmstructing difficult 
tteatre sets, having tackled, a- 
moog other, last season's "TI» 
Ni|^ of the Iguana," which 
caUed for rain water to cascade 
off the roof into a rain terrel- 
-small problem to theimagina- 
ttve artist \ 

For the last four Monday 
viigBkB the house inh^lted by 
Woolfe's "Gant" fami^ has 
taken slope on the stage of the 
Coortyard Playhouse underHar- 
reU'tf sopervislon, aided by the 
artistte bni^wrk of Thomas 
andTlc*. 

Dvli^ the rest of the week, 
hewerar, ^se latter gentlemen 
have be«i r^earslng their Ums 
on sbige, each portraying a 



Honorary Picks 
Joseph West Jr. 

Joseph W. West, Jr. <rf Vir- 
ginia Beach was om of 14 
Rantolpb-Macon College stud- 
eirts recwtMr M^latat into PI 
C^niBt M, Mttooal honoTtry 
social s^tnce fratarnlty. 

A sMftn*, Wut Is najoriag 
la poutteal science. Tobeel^- 
Qd« sM^ must ncrt have Ml- 
ed any e^afe eeman vaA mart 
bs la ^ top SO ptr enlotttMr 

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character in fte drama wfetehls 
heiag direoM hy Urry Wflb- 
Uams. " ^ ^^ ^ 

TiBis wh»i the cttrtaisriBW 
tomomnr itfght on the opatfaK 
performanee of "Look IkMM- 
ward Aagel'' hacti tatlimtm 
wUl enjoy the ihidtiple til«nts 
of Messn. Thoam ml ties 
and Harrell, ttree meiahMV <tf 
the VlrglBla Bea^ UtUeTtae- 
aitt yitto have telpod iiaiaMf- 
uraUy In bnlidliVttieliigftriim- 
t^kp whi(^ this ttieatre gnnp 
enjoys. 

The play wUl nm t^KShnm 
Qiroa0i ^mday and PAb 10 «d 
U with curtain thne at IsW. 
Call 428-8500 fbr reiemitiOBS. 



Coostaoci 1Mui^»r of 2M 
4001 ^ i«|»air«llB«lXseoftr]r 
vl,'VtteUaivntityofi0«aOaii- 
et f%ntet^ iiiim nilftiWii 

OQBDtn m m UBllfnUf, B 

Iowa city. 

Miss IMaa^r ii a sopho- 
more. 



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Page 9 



"Owl and the Pussycat" Plays at Wedgewood 



dancws are invited to atteod 
this cast call. 

Two ortiMprihetpilthnolyM 
in Qiis new tbeatiietf ^wahm 
WUIiaaif an! AkmaOtt mth 
prafaioert of tit idghlr rae-^ 
eessfU ^K^per Ptaitouse 

h«t« la jm MMi *9Lmm 

tbttrivoifaedoM were*lfi«itr 
Roherts", "BHiaao«i»» %i« 
'TeahMs* 01 the Aii|iigtiro«» 

Theatre parties are aowl 
hooked. Fof hdormUott 
P. 0. Boc 71, Vbrdnla Bettchn^ 
425>^S33. 




PAOL AUD CLAUDINE IDDINGS AS FELDC AND DORB IN "THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT' 
WEDGEWOOD DINNER THEATRE. n ^ i. ai^u inr, FussYCAi 



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New Art Classes to Begin 



"Artists A6 Crittcs"..."Cre- 
attvUy in Art"..."The Joy of 
Psiafiiv"... these will be the 
tipples to be discussed by noted 
Tlrshda Beach sM Norfolk ar- 
tistcit (te Stodie Gallery this 



A heiv series of art classes 
Mn be pcwsnted in tois grow- 
hif art oeoter beginning Satur- 
day, acMit^ to Ruth Laakso, 
oe-owaer with George Laakse.* 
Th^ irtU fei^ure six artists who 

Va. Museum 
Accepting 
Art Entries 

The Virginia Museum is now 
•eoepttag entries for its 21st 
Vininia. Artists' exhibition. 
tabj ttanks can be mailed no 
later ten Feb. 17. 

works will be ex- 
the Museum May 
Jury of Selection 
tiittreelnter- 
rtrtptftsdBftl* 
ttiei^ 9i£k Y^HBig^roHn, patot- 
er; Iffltoo Heboid, sculptor; and 
. Pml I. 8ad% director of New 
Twfs Itoemn ot Contempor- 
ary Crafts, vito will be chair- 
aiaairflhejary. 

Artlita may enter three 
woilts, widdi must be present- 
ed ao tater ttaa Feb. 24. 

ArtMa who have entries ac- 
cefHed l9 tte jury wUl beeUgi- 
Ue to sdUnit four works in 
the Masmun's L«ui-Own Art 
Service. The jury will also 
•tioe^ objects for special Mus- 
I traveling ediibitioDs. 




Eairy Uai^, which contain 
-OBttpMo hitoraatlon, can be 
ebiaiqid Iqr writing M rs. Cath- 
eilae ElI|«on at the Museum, 
Boulevard and Grove, Richmond 
Va. 23221. 



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will be that of Tony Cacalano, 
who will begin his course Satur- 
day at 11 a.m. with a talk on 
""Artists as Critics." His clas- 
ses will continue every Saturday 
from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. He 
will teach principle of figure 
and stin life drawing to ad- 
vanced adults. 

Walter Thrift will teach on 



Children eight to 12 years old 
will be offered a course by Betty 
Ann Plishker beginning Satur- 
day, March 4, from 10:30 a.m. 
to 12:30 p.m. 

A class in metal sculpture 
will t>e taught by George Laakso 
beginning March 8 and will con- 
tinue every Wednesday from 
7:30 to' 9:30 p.m. Beginners and 
advanced sculpters will be ac- 
cepted. 

Ellen Norcom will teach fun- 
damentals of oil painting, both 



Wednesday evenings from 7:30 ^ landscape and still life, to be 



to 9:30, introducing his course 
with the talk on "Creativity in 
Art" on Feb. 8. He wlU offer 
instruction in acrylics, oils, 
collage, in both contemporary 
and traditional styles, and will 
accept both beginners and ad- 
vanced students. 

Retha Sedel will begin her 
classes Saturday, February 11, 
at II a.m. with a talk on "The 
Joy of Painting". Her group will 
meet from U a.m. to I p.m. and 
will study painting, drawing, 
with emphasis on free expres- 
sion. She will give special at- 
tention to teachers and teen- 
agers. 



ginners and intermediate stu- 
dents beginning Tuesday, from 
U a.m. to 1 p.m. 

The Studto Gallery, at Cy- 
press and Norfolk Avenues, has 
plans for offering artists two 
new class rooms in which to 
teach, and a program whereby 
tourists will l)e offered art 
courses in the summer. 

"There is a growing art-a-| 
wareness in this community"! 
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this week opened the fourth show 
of its Fall-Winter season, Bill 
ManoffS tour de force for two 
characters, "The Owl and the 
Pussycat". 

Just released for regional 
toeatre production after a long 
and successful run on Broad- 
way starring Alan Alda and 
Diana Sands, the Wedgewood 
version of "The Owl and the 
Pussycat" features Paul and 
Claudine Iddlngs In their first 
^pearance opposite each other 
since the tremendously popular 
"Mary, Mary". The popular 
husband-wile team is ideally 
cast in the bright comedy about 
love and lovers. 

The story of the play centers 
around a ratter shy and retir- 
ing Intellectual, FelixSherman, 
who makes the mistake of spy- 
ing on his neighbor and dis- 
covers that she is a girl of less 
than impeccable morals. In- 
censed, he calls the landlord 
and proceeds to have the young 
lady evicted from her apart- 
ment. All is well and the moral- 
ity of the neighborhood is say- 
e(j, or so Felix thinks. 

Later that night, there is a 
knock at the door and a tiny 
voice says, "I have to see you 



Mr. Sherman. I'm a llttlt girl 
all alone here in die hall". 
Felix finally opiens the door and 
Doris W. walks in. "Hello, rat 
fink" Yes, it's the girl next 
door and she's come to stay 
fhe night. Having been thrown 
out of her ^xurtment ti 2 a.m. 
due to Felix's call tottie land- 
lord, she has decided th|t the 
only thing to do is to move in 
on the guy who caused the 
trouble. 

She does, and for the next 
three acts, this unlikely pair 
fight, feud and eventually 1aX\ 
in love. In the process, there 
are some surprises revelations 
about both characters and we 
come away wondering who is toe 
owl and who is toe pussycat 
after all. 

"The Owl and the Pussycat," 
directed by Frank Staroba, will 
run Wednesday through Satur- 
day, until February 25. For 
reservations and information, 
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WLIiON DOLLAR SALESMEN AWARDS WERE PRESENTED RECENTLY BY THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOAfiD OF REALTORS AT A BANQUET AND INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS AT THE CAVALIER. 
LEFT TO RIGHT: JOHN RASNICK, BOB McGOWAND AND FRED SOLES, WHO SOLD ONE-QUARTER 
MILLION DOLLARS IN REAL ESTATE; BILL DOYLE AND PETER deWITT, WHO SOLD A HALF- 
IPLLiON; AND CAMERON MUNDEN, WHO SOLD ONE MILLION. NOT PICTURED WAS DICK 
LONGANECKER, WHO SOLD THREE-QUARTERS OF A MILLION. 



Officers 
Elected 



Dr. W. Clarke Pole was elect- 
ed president of the Tidewater 
Branch of the Arthritis Found- 
ation at its January deeting. 

Other new officers are JoseiA 
M. Hoppel of Virginia Beach 
first vice president; M rs. Inez 
Meekins of VirginiaBeach, sec- 
ond vice president; M . R. Cap- 
rlo Jr., of Norfolk, treasurer; 
Mrs. Josephine Turrentiiw, 
secretary. 

Directors are Lawrence 
Marshall of Virginia Beach, 
Mrs. Philip Russo of Virginia 
Beach, Horace Cistola of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Farley Powers of 
Norfolk, Bernard Behrman of 
Norfolk, Mrs. Turrentine and 
Dr. Donald Faulkner of Nor- 
folk. 

The Tidewater Branch serves 
Virginia Beach, East Chesa- 
peake and Norfolk. 



Thursday, February 2. 1967 
LEGAL NOTICES * LSGAL NOTICES •LEGAL NOTICES ♦ LEGAL NOTICES 



vanna, Glouster, James City 
King and 9ueen , Lancaster, 
Lee, Mathews, Middlesex, Nor- 
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NOTICE 
This is to notify the pidJlic 



mce Edward (other than lands 
constituting State Forests), 
Richmond, Russell,-^ "Switt, 
Westmoreland, and Wise; and 
in the cities of Chesapeake and 
Virginia ieach;_aiKl on Cltoch 
Mountain Wildlife M anagement 
Area In Smyth and Tazewell 
counties and Hidden Valley 
Wildlife Management Area in 
Washington county, whidi shall 
be closed to hunting. Bearded 
turkeys shall be hunted by call- 
ing. It shall be unlawful to use 
dogs or organize drives for the 
purpose of hunting. 

COMMISSION OF GAME AND 
INLAND FISHERIES 
J. Cargill Johnson, Chairman , 
, 2 2 IT 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 



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of M r. ud Mrs. Byroa B. Bow- 
doln of 4509 Neptune Ave., will 
Tvpnmok the Aragona Pem- 
brtte Lions Club as its entry 
in Lions International $50,000 
Peace Essay Contest. 

Miss Bowdoin, a 15-year-old 
student at Princess Anne High' 
Sclnol, won the right from 19 
entries to enter the District 
level of judging enroute to the 



grand )prize. 

In announcing the award of a 
$50 Savings Bond the judges 
agreed that all entries were 
good and that a lot of hard 
work was put into them. Judges « 
were M rs. Ruth B. Shermsm of 
Virginia Wesleyan College, 
Mrs. Constance J. Payne of 
Bayside High School and Mrs. 
Shirley Armstrong of Princess 
Anne High School. 



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The Veterans Administration 
has advised that regular annual 
dividends will be paid on USGLI 
and NSLI participating policies 
for the year 1967 in the amount 
of $2 11 million. 

According to the Veterans 
Administration, about $196 mil- 
lion will be paid to some 4.2 

John S. Moore 
A tte^nds Course 

John S. Moore of 2705 North 
Landing Road has returned from 
a two-week stay at Blooming- 
ton, 111., where he attended an 
insurance claim management 
course at the corporate head- 
quarters of State Farm Insur- 
ance. 

Moore is a property claim 
supervisor for State Farm at 
the -company's claim service 
office in Richmond. 



million holders of NSLI poli- 
cies, with an average dividend 
payment of $45 per policy, and 
about $15 million will be paid 
to about 196 thousand holders of 
U^LI policies, with an average 
dividend payment of $76 per 
PQllcy. 

Payments will be automatic 
and will be made on or about 
the policy anniversary date. If 
an insured has more than one 
policy, payments will be in ac- 
cord with the anniversary date 
of each policy. As in past years, 
policyholders are asked not to 
write the Veterans Administra- 
tion regarding payments as this 
could delay payment process- 
ing. 

Maurice J. Hunger, visits the 
Alan B. Shepard Convention 
Center, 19th St. and Pacific 
Ave., on the second and fourth 

Tftursday5.,ot ejMClx, hwrIMkis « 
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Old Dominion College's Div- 
ision of Continuing Education 
will offer a new series of seven 
non- credit, non - tec;hnical , 
community interest lectures on 
several facets of oceanography 
Tuesdays from 7-9 p.m. Feb. 
14 - AprU 4. 




Topics and dates are as fol- 
lows: "Why Study Ocean - 
graphy" and "Ocean Research 
for the Benent of Mankind", 
Feb. 14; "Physical Ocean- 
ogrs^hy" .(wave behavior at 
boundaries and some properties 
of water under high pressure), 
Feb . 21; "Geological Ocean- 
ography", Feb. 28; "Chemical 
Constituents of Sea Water, 
Their Importance, Uses, and 
Relationships " , March 7 ; 
"Marine Life from Surface, 
Mid-Water Regions, and Aby- 
ssal Depths", March 14; "Re- 
production and Water M etabol- 
ism In Fishes", March 28; 
and "Polar Oceanography and 
Marine Life", April 4. 

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approximately $12. Additional 
information may be obtained 
by contacting the Office of Con- 
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



The Commission of Garoeand 
Inland Fisheries will meet at 
7 North Second Street, Rich- 
mond, Virginia, February 18, 
1967 at 10:00 A.M . for the pur- 
pose of hearing issues con- 
cerning the clarified and re- 
vised fish and game regulations 
prepared under authority ol 
Chapter 282, Acts of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, 1966, which 
have been published In pamph- 
let form and posted at the front 
door of the courthouse of each 
county and city in this State. 
Copies of said regulations are 
available from the office of the 
Commission at Richmond. At a 
date and place to be annmmced 
later the Commission wl hold 
a hearing for the purpose of 
adopting the regulations con- 
tained In the pamphlet. 

COMSPSSIQN OF GAME AND 
INLAND FISHERIES 
J. Cargill Johnson, Chairman 
2 2 IT 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
''Fiffi=-26th'DA¥«OP'JAi«MtR¥,'"' 
1967. 

Minnie Bell Appleton, plaintiff 
against 

John- Alber-t < Appleton j/rv<de- 
fendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The' object of this suit Is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds, of desgrtJW.ftn^J,,. 
abandonment. 

And an affidavit having been 
made aiHi filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 100 Sun- 
shine Lane, Reno, Nevada. II is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (Ten) Days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest In this suit. 
A Copy-Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Phyllis Newman, D.C. 
Messrs. Owen & Guy, Attys. p.q. 
4565 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2 2 4T 



The Virginia Beach Zoning 
Board of An)^s will conduct 
a Public Hearing on Monday, 
February 13, 1967, at 1 P.M. 
in the Buildii« Official's office, 
City Hall, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. The following application 
will appear on the agenda. 

I. C. A. Womack requests 
a variance of 21 feet from re- 
quired 30 feet to 9 feet on front 
setback of Lot 4, Block 1, 
Section 1, Cape Henry, 6204 
Ocean Front. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 



ALL APPLICANTS MIST 
APPEAR BEFORE THIS BOAREl 



Loyd D. Saunders 



Loyd D. Saunders 
Secretary 

2-2-2T 



COMM ONWEALTHof VIRGINU 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 26th day 
of January, 1967. 
Carol Ann Osborne, Plaintilf, 
against 

Harvey Jack Osborne, Defend- 
and. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this salt is 
fbr the said plaintiff to obtain 
a divorce a vinculo matrlmcnil 
from the said defendant tgxui the 
,grQiHKj5,9( iiTQ .wars s«»»fc-.. 
Ion. 

And an affidavit havli^ been 
made and filed tliat the def«id- 
ant Is not a resident of ttie State 
of Virginia, ttie last know post 
office address being: Harlan, 
Kentucky. 

It Is ordered that be do ap- 
pear here within 10 (Toa) Days 
after due puUicatlm hereof, aad 
do what may be necessary to 
protect his interestin tids suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C.^ 
M£. Alan S. Mirman, Atty. p.q. 
One M ain Plaza East, < • ' < > 
Norfolk, Va. 

2 2 4T 



COM MON WEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of tte Ctty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 27th 
day of January, 1967. 
Thelma Sloan Bo^tcher, 

Plaintiff, 
against 

Leonard Raymond Boetcber, 
Defendant, 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit iy to 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to dstaln a 
divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii 
for the said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. And an 
affidavit having been made and 
filed that the defendant is a 
non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: Rolling 
Acres, Route #4, Lot 16,Cham- 
berstmrg. Pa. It is ordered that 
he do a^jpear here within 10 
(ten) days after due publication 
Iseieot, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his inter- 
est in this suit. 
A Cc^-Teste: . 

JOHJI V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Mr. Garlaixl M. Layton, Atty. 
P. 0. Box 5211 
Virginia B each, Virgbiia 

2 2 4T 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 
that pursuant to Sections 29-125 
and 29-126 of the Code of Vir- 
ginia, the Commission of Game 
and Inland, Fisheries, meting 
at Richmond, Virginia, January 
13, 1961, ordered the pcofxved 
ctemge in its rules and will 
hold a Public Hearing for the 
purpose of adopting this pro- 
posed rule at Room 100,7Nortti 
Seoja! Street, Richm(»)d, Vir- 
ginia, 10:00 a.m. Fdaruafy 18, 
1967. 

Amend Regulation 2 ») as to 
make it lawful tg hunt b^rd- 
ed turkeys only, statewide, from 
April 29 to May 13, 1967, <iates 
inclusive, from one-half h«ir 
t^efore suirlse to 10 o'clock 
a.m. (Eastern Standard Tine) 
%%ce^ in the counties of Acco- 
Bttck, Buchanan, Buckii^tam 
(oOier ttan lands a»sftitatii% 
SbUe For^ts), Dickei»»,Fla- 



NOTICE 

VmGINIA: 

The regular* meeting of the 
Council of tte City of Virginia 
Be»:h vill be held In Uie Cir- 
cuit Court on Monday, February 
13, 19|B7 at 2 P.M. at^vhich 
time persons will be heard for 
aad against the following pro- 
posed changes of zoning, use 
permits, etc^: 

I. Application of the Honor- 
^le Council of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach for a change of zon- 
ing to General Commercial Dis- 
trict 3 (C-G 3) of certain prop- 
erty located on the SouthAast 
corner of Vista Circle and Old 
Norfolk and Southern Railroad 
Right of Way, fronting 393.27 
feet on the South side of Old 
Norfolk and Southern R^lroad 
Right of Way, running a dlistance 
of 560.48 feet along the Eastern 
property line, 746 feet more or 
less along the Southern property 
line, a portion of which Is Lynn- 
haven Drive, having a distance 
of 101.44 feet along the Western 
property line, Eastern property 
line of Vista Circle. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

n. An)llcation of J. J. Sitand- 
ing for a change of zoning from 
Motel-Hotel (M-H) District to 
Retail Business (B-1) District 
on certain property located at 
the Southeast corner of 5th 
Street and Atlantic Avenue 
fronting 100 feet along the East 
side of Atlantic Avenue and 150 
feet along the South side of 5th 
Street Virginia Beach Borough. 

in. An;)Ucation of Colony 
Holding Corporation for a Use 
Permit to construct 42 motel 
units located on the Northeast 
corner of Atlantic Avenue and 
16th Street, fronting 130 feet 
along the East side of Atlantic 
Avenue and 150 feet aloi^ the 
North side of 16th Street. Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough. 

IV. AppUcatioo of M . J. Well- 
er for a Use Permit to construct 
30 motel apartment units locat- 
ed on die Northeast corner of 
4tb Street and Pacific Avenue, 
nimiing a distance oi MO feet 
along the Eastern side of Pacif- 
ic Avenue, running a distance 
of 150 feet along the Northern 
side of 4th Street Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

V. AppUcatlon of J. J. Stand- 
ing aad F. D. Tarrall, Jr. for 
a change ol zonii« from Resi- 
dence Duplex District 2 (R-D 
2) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 2 (C-L 2) of certain lots 
located on the Northwest comer 
of LasUn Road and Sawyer Ave- 
nue. Said land shown as Lots 

>?..6»UK)tP.\1.12,13,Mand 
15, Plat of Maple Terrace. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

VI. AppUcation of John Ray 
Potter and Dean S. Potter, Jr. 
by James, Consolvo, Pickett and 
CampbeU for a change of zon- 
ing from Residence Suburiian 
District 2 (R-S 2) to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R- 
M) and a Use Permit to operate 
professional offices on certain 
property located on the South- 
east comer of Wildwood Drive 
and First Colonial Road fronting 
162 feet along the South side of 
Wildwood Drlv« and running a 
distance of 252 feet along the 
East side of First Colonial 
Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

VII. AppUcation of L. Charles 
Burlage aiKl Hans S. Ro^n- 
stock for a change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
2 (RrD 2) toLimitedCommerc- 
lal Dlskrtct 2 (C-L 2) on cer- 
tain pTOjperiy located on the 
North side of Shore Drive be- 
ginning at a point 450 feet East 
of Cherry Tree Place fronting 
156 feet along the North side 
of Shore Drive. Lynnhaven Bor- 

OUi^ 

Vm. Applicatiohof J.D.Mur- 
den for a Use Permit to con- 
struct a gasoline su{^Iy stat- 
ion located on the Northwest 
coTBBT of Great Neck Read and 
Virginia Brach Boulevard, 
fronting 102 feet along the North 
side of Virginia BMch Boule- 
vard and fronting a distance of 
180 feet along Uie West side of 
Great Neck Read. Lynnhaven 
Boroi^ 



IX. Appllcs^on of Three "J" 
Ranch by M. H. Moore for a 
Use Permit to c^tzU an anti- 
que shop (w i^rtain pr(^)erty 
U}cat«I on the Nortt side of 
&aem Road, beginning at a 
point 2130 feet more or less 
Wert«f Landstown Road,froirt- 
ing 125 feet 00 ttie North skJe 
of Salem Road. Princess Anne- 
KempsvlUe l^reu^. 

X. Aj^c^ioo (tf Susan W. 
-Bjrtrs, Elizabeth W.Gray,PMl- 

ip M. Whitehead, Rdbext E. 
Whlteb^ul for a (^ii«e of zoning 
from General Commerci^Dis- 
trid a (C-G3) and Residence 
MMitan District 3 (R-S 3) 
Is Untt^Commerclal District 
3 (C-L 3) on certain inroperty 
l(K»tod m tlM Nortt i^e ^ 
PriiK^s Asm R(»d be^nni^ 



at a poinf 218.96 feet East of 
Overland Road and fronting 20tf 
feet on the North side of Prin- 
cess Anne Road. Kempsvilleij, 
Borough. 

XI. AppUcation of Five Parts, 
Inc. for a change of zoning from 
Limited Commercial Dtaijrict 
1 (C-L 1) to General Commerc- 
ial District 1 (C-G 1) and a Use 
PermU to operate a gasoline 
su[q;>ly station on certain prop- 
erty located on the East side 
of Independence Boulevard be- 
ginning at a point 150 feetinore 
or less North of Smokey liane, 
running a distance of SO feet 
along Independence Boulevard. 
Bayside Borough. 

Xn. Application ^f Lake 
Wright Golf Course for a Use 
Permit to operate a golf course 
and driving range on certain 
property located on the North 
side of Northampton Bcmlevard 
at the VirgMa Beach-NorfoUc 
City Line having a frontage of 
1258.87 feet along the NortilsUe 
of Northampton Boulevard, run- 
ning a distance of 2713 feet 
more or less along the West- 
ern boundary line (Virginia 
Beach-Norfolk City Line), run- 
ning in an Irregular shape along 
the Northern property line 460 
feet more or less to Burtcm 
St^on Road, running along the 
Western side of Burton Station 
Road and Lots 5 and 6 of Amy 
Parker ai^ Lots 1 throu^ 12 
of ttie Subdivision of Simon 
Elliott Estate and the Western 
property Une of Mary Rosanna 
Ahman to the point of beginning 
Bayside Borough. 

Xin. Application of A. D. 
MiUer by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a change of zon- 
ing from Multiple Family Re- 
sidence District (R-M) to 
Limited Commercial District 
2 (C-L 2) on certain property 
located on the East side of Rud- 
der Road, beginning at a point 
490 feet more or less Soub of 
Old Virginia Beach Road, run- 
ning a distance of 463.5 feet 
on the East side of Rudder 
Road. Lynnhaven Borou|^ 

xi'i AppiiaUon of Douglas 
F. Mason for a Use Permit 
to operate overnight camping 
&ciUty on certain property 
located 210 feet more or less 
West of Colechester Neck Road 
beginnii% at a point 1900. fe^t 
more or less. South of Mc- 
ClaonaalABe, a comMnodJdis- 
tance ef 1140 leet mcve or less 
alraig the Northern and West- 
ern pn/pertjUxa, k'tmSMd' 
distance of 1058 feet more or 
less along thaSouthern property 
line, and a combined distance of 
710 feet more or less along the 
Eastern prq|)erty line. Said par- 
cel having a 50-foot strip fbr 
access to Colechester NeckRd. 
More detailed inforn^ena- 
vallable in the Office oi the 
City Planning Commission. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

XV. Ai^Ucatlon of Delta 
Bulldii^ Corporation by Owen 
and Guy, Attorney^ for a change 
of zcming from Residence Svto- 
-urban District 4 (R-S 4)toGen- 
eral Commercial Distri<^ 2(C- 
G 2) and Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2). 

Parcel 1 to be C-G 2: On 
certain property beginning at 
a point at the Northwest inter- 
secUon of Lee Highlands Boule- 
vard and South Lynnhaven Road 
and running a distance of ISO 
feet more or less along Qie 
West side of South Lynnhavoi 
Road and a distance of II9 feet 
more or le^ along the North- 
ern side of Lee Highliands 
Boulevard. 

Parcel 2 to be«C-L 2: Cte 
certain prc^rty beginning at 
a point 150 feet more or less 
North of tl» Inter sec^n of 
South Lynnhaven Road and Lee 
Highlands Bcwlevard. Said par- 
cel fronting 320 feet more or 
less along the Western side of 
South Lynnhaven Road. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

XVI. AppUcation of Joseph 
Wats<», Jr. by Thomas C.Broy- 

- les , Attorney, for a change 
of zoning from Agricultural 
District 2 (C-L 2) beginnii^ 
at a point on South Lynnhaven 
Road 150 fe^ more or less 
North of Fern Ridge Road, run- 
ning a distance of 390.49 feet 
along the South side of South 
Lynnhaven Road. Said parcel 
being triangular In stape. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

XVn. AH)Ucatlon of 21North- 
^st Coiporatlon for a cteingi 
of zonii^ from Retail Business 
(B-1) District to General Busi- 
ness (B-2) District on certoin 
pri^rty locatert on the Ndrtii- 
east corner of Pacific Avenue 
and 21st Street frontii^ 140 
feet on the East side of Pacific 
Avenue and 75 feet along tt» 
North sl()e of 21st Street Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough. 

Jolm V. Fentress, City Clerk 
By: Marpret M .Hood 
Deputy City Clerk . 

2-2-2T 



Thurtctay, February 2, 1957 
• LEGAL IWCftlCES 



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PUBUC NOTICE 
m li^eroi^fld persons are 
atMMd ttiat tt» reconstrucUon 
of Bw^ 60 in ttw City of Vir- 
1^ BMkdi, Virgloia, as shown 
on ttlMlMd dcetai, is being 
eoQSftSend tqr ttie State Hi^way 
CowimlMliWi. 

Aajr Istnrested citisens from 
tte eomMBiitlesatfe(^edl>ytIiis 
rwrtt tea^ request ttat a puUic 
bMrim be iMld by sending a 
vritin reqnest to fin District 
Englnav, Stirfe Higlivay De- 
parbaent, SmdOt, Virginia, on 
or b^bre Frt>ruary 24^ 1967. 
In the evmt sudi request is 
received, a fiirtiier notice of the 
time and ttie ida<% of tiie hear- 
ing vlU be publlsked. 

State Bighnty Commission 
of Vlifiaia Beach 

_j .. »-26rfT: 

NOTICE Ol PUBLIC HEARmc 

tie Virgiaia Beach Plannii^ 
ComniMtoB will conduct a Pub- 
lic Hearing on Tuesday, Feb- 
tmxf 1, 1967 at 2 P.M. in the 
Mnddptl Coart,City Hall, Vir- 
ginia Betdi, Virginia. The fol- 
lowlag andteations will lyipear 
oBtbei 



LEGAL NOTfCES V LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES 



VlrglnU Beadi Borough 

L A w fllc tfl dB of Hado Devel- 
ofimeiit Corporation for a Use 
Permit to construct 16 apart- 
ment oilfti on certain int^erty 
loeatad oo Oie South sideof 20th 
Street begtming lU a point 100 
IMt Etrt of Paries Avemie, run- 
nlBg a distance of 165.21 feet 
akiag the Soutt side of 20fli 
Street, nudng a (Ustance of 
•S.1? laet alMg tbe Eastern 
property line, nmning a dis- 
tuwa ia 199.2 feet along the 
invpcrty Une and a 
of 100 feet along the 
Weetem property line. 

S. Application of Louis L. 
Roelof tor a Use Permit to 
oeoitnMt 16 apartment imits 
OB certaiB property located on 
tte Sootii aide of 19th Street 
begtaniag ^ a point 47 feet 
East of MediterraBean Avame 
f^oatlag 196.$ fket on the South 

diftuefof 140 feet along tie 
Eaalm pcopnty line, running 
a diilaaoe of 1M.S feet along 
tiM SonUwra property line and 
a dManee of 140 feet aHoi^^ 
Eislmi property line, nmning 
a dtaHnee of 136.5 feet aloi« 
the SooliNm property line and 
a diilMoe of 140 IM aki« the 
Use. 



' anUde Borbdgli 

m. Applieation of ayde L. 
Collier lor a dmnge ofuoli«. 
fraa Unttad CemnMrdal Dis- 
triet t (C-L 3) to General 
CoouBcrdal Dlctrict 3 (C-G 3} 
and a Dm Permit to operate 
a fMotfBtnpplysttfioo on cer- 
tain property located oo Oie 
% i fll iiie nt ooner of lodeprad- 
ence Bedefard and Tulip Road 
and mint a distance of 190 
fast more or less aki« te 
West lideorbdepeadenceBoBl- 
evard and a distance (rf 103 feet 
more n teas along tbe sortb 
side of Tdlp Road and nmning 
a dislnce of 200 fast along die 
Western property line and a 
distttioe (tf 194 feet more or len 
along Om Soatiiem javperty 
0dMa» Conwr Area). 



IV. A 
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lion (rf Pead>roke 



ICimrchofChrist 
for ( IAh permit to oonrtroct 
a dnrdi located on Oie North- 
east oMBsr td bd^Mndence 
Boalevard and Hinsdale Street 
frOBlti«SlUS ftoet on the East 
side oflndapendence Boulevard 
and nmnlni a distance of 377.6 
fist a]anttheNorttempr(«>erty 
line and nmning a distance of 
lit Ut/t aloegttw Easten prop- 
erty llBi. WMftammropertyllne 
of Censtnitien Drive ud mn- 
nii« a distance of 490.73 feet 
aloBg the North side of Hins- 
dale Street (Pembrdce Area). 

V, AfpUeation of Ott Invest- 
ment CorporMton for a dnmge 
of aenlnt from Resfata^e Sdb- 
vitai Dlstriet 4 (R-S 40 with a 
Motel and Toarist andRest- 
anaitf (T-2)8in)teDMrt to Mul- 
tiple Family Besidenee District 
(2t-M) on Mrtain pnywrty 
ioeaied on the East tide of 
DlaidoBd Spriags Road begin- 



ning at a potat 175 feet Nortti 
of Bayside Road, running adis- 
tance of 787.37 feet along tte 
East side of Diamond Springs 
Road and running a distance of 
481.18 feet along the Norteern 
property line, running a dis- 
tance of 787.22 feet along the 
Eastern prc^wrty line and run- 
ning a distance of 483.95 feet 
silong tbe Southern prc^erty 
,line. (Uamond Springs Homes 
Area). 

VI. Application of Birsdi 
Construction Com^uiyforaUse 
Permit to excavate a borrow 
pit containing 16.277 aca-es, 
area to be excavated contains 
450.281 cubic yards, located be- 
tween Lake Lawson ai:Mi Lake 
Smith. Said pit to be located 
approximately 1118 feet more 
oi/less West oftheBro<dcPr(«>- 
erty and 600 feet more or less 
Norft of the H. C. Moore Prop- 
erty and 720 feet more or less 
East of Lake Lawson on prcq)- 
erty known as Samuel G. Jones 
Property. More detailed infor- 
mation available in the Office 
of the City Planning Commiss- 
ion. ' 

VIL Applicatton of Alvord 
Corp. by J. P. Holland m and 
Lowell Clark, Attorneys, for a 
change of zoning from Resid- 
ence Suburban District 4 (R-S 
4) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 3 (C-L 3) on certain pr<q>- 
erty located 163.7 feet East 
of Northampton Boulevard run- 
ning a distance of 190 feet more 
or less along tile Southern prt^ 
erty line. Northern property 
Une of tbe Norfolk and Southern 
Railroad Ri^t of Way, having 
a distance of 231 feet more 
or less along the Eastern prop- 
erty line, a distance of 165 
feet along the Northe^rn prop- 
erty line and a distance of 195 
feet along the Western property 
Une. (Bee^wood Area). 

Pungo Borough , _ 

____„.,,_ ^"»v.,.-- ■ 

Viil. Apidication of Deem Bay 
Corporation for a change of zon- 
ii« from Agdculbiral Un- 
restricted (A-U) Witt a Motel 
and Tourist and Resteurant (T- 
^ysuppftttiit District on the 
foUovdng: 

Lot 1, Tract D, Sectlwi 2 
; located on the Sontteast comer 
of Sand^per Road and Angel 
Fii^ Lane, running a distance 
oi 630 feet more or less on the 
SmOh side <a kagel Fi^ Lane, 
.^Mieet along tbe East side of 
^San^dper Road, rmning a dis- 
tance (tf 630 feet more or l^ss 
along the North side of MoUy 
Coopm* Itoid and 300 feet al(»)g 
tta Eastern pn^rty line. 

>^te A, Tract D, Section 3 
loci^ at the Soutteast inter- 
section of Sandpiper Road and 
White Cap Lane frontbig 204.87 
feet along the East side of Sand- 
p^r Road, running a distance 
of 630 feet along the South side 
of White Cap Lane ruiming a 
dlstUM of 252.06 feet along 
the Eastern property line and a 
distance of 630 feet more or Iras 
Htxg tte Southern pn^rty 
line. (Saodbridge Area), 

Lymdaven Borough 

DC. AppUcation of Thomas 
Brothers Investment Con^iany 
for a Use Permit for a sewage 
tr^tment facility on certain 
pr(H)erty located on tte west 
side of First Colonial Road be- 
ginning at a point 200 feet more 
or less North of the Norfolk 
and Smithern RaUroad Rig^ 
of Way and running a distance 
of 155 feet more or less* along 
the West side ^irsttoloQial 
Road running a distance of 520 
feet more or less abng the 
Souttem i»'operty line, 186 feet 
more or less along ttie Western 
porperty line aixi a disUnce of 
528 feet more or less along tte 
Norttern property line. Said 
sewage treatment faciUty is 
iMated aloi% tte Souttem 
bomdary line of tte above de- 
scrfl>ed property. (Oceana 
Area). 



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X. AppUcation of WiUiam E. 
and EUa H. Barco by Kelkm 
and Kellam, Attorneys, for a 
change of toning from Agri- 
cultural District (A-R) to 
Limited Commercial District 
3 (C-I 3) m certain prc^rty 
lo<»ted on tte East si<k of 
Hollaod Road across from 
Landstown Road h'wting 650 
feet more or less al(»g tte 
East side of Holland Road,nffi- 
nti% a dis^ce of 575 feet im>re 
or iMs along tte Sou^rnprt^- 
«rty Uoes and a distance of 5S0 
feet tmn or less tUxg tte 
Eastern property llne.&Ud par- 
cel being triangular in stape. 



KempsviUe Bonx^ 

XL i^^eation (rf M. F.Asp- 
InwaU bf J. P« B^tand 10, 
Attonwy, fi>r a chaiiaoraen- 
1^ trom R^ta^DivlnMs- 
Wet 01-D D to GatmaMBrt- 
rW Dlstriet 1(M4 Denecrlria 



prq)erty located on the Soutt 
side of Bonney Road, beginning 
at a point 1800 feet more or less 
East of Holland Read, running 
a distance of 1580 feet along 
tte Soutt side of Bonney Road, 
running a distance of 1316 feet 
along tte Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 1172 feet 
along the Southern property line 
aiKl a distance of 152^ feet on 
tte Western property line. Said 
property being divided by tte 
Virginia ^Beach- Norfolk Ex- 
pressway. (Holland Terrace 
Area). 



All interested 
invited to attend. 



perscMis are 



F. MASON GAMAGE 

Director of Planning 

1-26-2T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH OH 
THE 4tt DAY OF JANUARY, 
1967. 

Joseph Eugene Ringer, PlainfifT 
agai!^ 

Donna Phyllis Emery Ringer, 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
tte said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from tbe said defendant, upon 
tlie grounds of two years sep- 
araUon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tte defen- 
dant is a resident of tte State 
of Virginia, tte last known post 
office address being 716 West- 
grove Rd., Va. Beach, Virginia, 
and although defendant is stiU 
residing in tbe State of Virginia 
tiie wherealwuts of defendant is 
unknown, tte complainant hav- 
ing used due diligence in efforts 
to locate her whereabouts. It is 
ordered that she do^}pearhere 
within 10 (Ten) Days after due 
pubUcation hereof, and do what 
may l>e necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit 
A C(W-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. CLERK ' 
Bv: PHYLLIS NEWMAN. D.C. 
JMi».'J<*»A; Fidd/HIj Attyr '- 
M)0-A Plaza One, 
Norfott,VirgIiM 23510 
1 12 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In tte Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on tte Utt day 
of January, 1967. 
Donald E. Ulrey, Plaintiff, 
agsifiuit 

K^hy Joyce Ulrey,' Def«)fart. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of ttis suit is for 
tte said plaintiff to obtain a div- 
orce a mensaetttM>rotobelater 
merged into a decree of divorce 
a vinciilo matrimonii from tte 
said def aidant, upon tte grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in btiialf 
of the complainant to find in 
vdilch comty or corporation tte 
defendant is wittout effect, tte 
last known post office address 
being: i41 Fighter Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia. It is 
ordered that she doa^i^rhere 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
pubUcation hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
her interest in ttis suit. 
A Copy Te^: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Brydges, BroylesT & 
McKenry, Attys. p.q. 
1369 UsUn Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1 19 4T 



against 

Terry J. Gum, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Ai^Ucation is hereby nude 
for an order of iwbUcatton intte 
above styled suit, tte object of 
which is for tte taking of de- 
positions at tte law offices of 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, 
1369 Laskin Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia , on tte 20tt 
day of F^ruary 1967 at 10:00 
a,m. in order to olitalnadivorce 
a mensa et ttoro divorce de- 
cree from tte said defmdant, 
iQion tte grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tte de- 
fendant is not a resident of tte 
State of Virginia, tte last known 
post office address being: Route 
5 Box 190, MUton, Florida. 
It is ordered that she do appear 
here wittin 10 (ten) days after 
due pitolication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A Copy -Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
1 19 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Circuit Court of tte City of 
Virginia Beach, on tte lOtt 
day of January, 1967; 
IN RE: ADOPTION OF 
RAYMOND PURNELL BUTLER 
BY: JOHN L. BROWN 
and 

ANNIE B. BROWN, 
husband and wife. Petitioners. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
AppUcatton is hereby made 
for an order of pubUcation in 
tte above styled suit, tte object 
of which is as follows: 
TAKE NOTICE, that we wiU 
move tte Circuit Court of tte 
City of Virginia Beach on Jan- 
uary 20tt, 1967 at 10:00 a.m. 
to grant its consent to tte adopt- 
ion of Raymond Purnell Butler 
by John L. Brown and Annie 
B. Brown. 

, And an affidavit having been 
,9i9de , and filed <ttat tte natural 
fatter, Aaron Butler is not a 
reside of tte State of Vir- 
ginia, tte last know post office 
address being 4510-41stStreet, 
Brentwood, lilaryland and Grace 
Jones, tte said natural motter, 
whose last known address is 
4716 Witcbduck Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, U is ordered 
that they do appear here within 
10 (ten) i^s after due piibU- 
caticms tereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect tteir 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy - Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1 19 4T 



on behalf, of the plaintiff to 
determine v4iere ttedef^idant 
is, withotrt avail, not a resideirt 
of the State of Virginia, it is 
ordered ttat he do ^^lear tere 
wittin 10 (ten) daj^ after due 
pubUcation hereof, and do what 
may te necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A copy-teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Hilary H. Jones, Jr., Atty. 
1008 Church Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

1 26 4T 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Zoning 
Board of Appeals will conduct 
a Public Hearing on Monday, 
February 6, 1967, at 8 P.M. 
in the Municipal Court Building 
at City Rail, Princess Anne 
Station, VirgMa Beach, Vir- 
ginia. The follot^ng appUcation 
will appear on tte agenda. 

I. Humble Oil & Refining Co. 
requests a variance of 15 feet 
from required 70 feet to 55 feet 
on front setback of a parcel at 
intersectton of Providence Road 
and MiUtary Highway. Kemps- 
viUe Borough. 

ALL APPLICANT MUST 
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& remodeling 

853-5846 

1 26 4T 

EMPlOYMPfT ^ 

40 B^ Waated-Female 

Mature woman to baby sit in 
my teme when needed. Alan- 
ton Area. Call 428-7967. 

2 2 IT 

41 He^ Wanted-^Iale 

MEN -NO INVESTMENT 
WORK FULL OR PART TIME 
Steady Repeat Business. Sell 
Genuine 

KNAPP AEROTRED SHOES 

EARN TOP Comm. per pair 

plus bonus plus free insur., 

benefite, instructions, training 

equipment, plus samples free. 

CALL OR WRITE: 

Richard Jones 

3468 Bertta Street 

Norfolk, Va. 

Tel. 855-1694 

2 2. 16 

42 Help Wanted-Male or Female 

MANPOWER, me. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Typists 
Stenograpiiers 
We have immediate assign - 
mente, many adjacent to Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Time off tetween jobs when de- 
sired - work on these temporary 
jobs then convenient to you. 
, Pbone Jiow. for interview aM job 
assignment. 627-3661. 

Manpower^ Inc. 

733 Bousb Street 

- — .1 ,-■ II — ,-- .. „ ■ ■■ ■■,, — ., ^1 

43 Position Wanted— Female 

WUl baby sU in my own home 
tor worMng'motl»rs.<3eU 426- 
1838. 

1 26 2T 

Exellent care for chUdrenand 
infants. Hwir, day, week, week- 
ends. Reasonable. 513 21st St. 
428-6792. 

1-12-6T 



93 Hooriurid Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can seU 
first quality regular $7.99 Du- 
pont 501 continuous filamenrand 
Caprolon aylms |3.99 sq. yd. 
Twenty-eight cotors. Call Mr. 
Sandefur - MA 2-9816.'^ 
11 24 TFN ' 

M Lawa-Gardea SoppUes 



PRING PLANTING TIME: 
^rite for Free Cap9 Planting 
Gjuide - Catalog to color. Offer- 
ed by Virginia's largest grow- 
ers of fruit treM, nut trees, 
berry plants, grape vines and 
landscaping plant material. 
Salespeople wanted. WAYNES- 
BORO NURSERIES, W^mes- 
boro, Virgbiia 22980. 

2 2 4T 

RENTAL REAL ESTATE ' 

IflO Apte. Fun. — Vdxan. 

ONE BEDROOM fumifhed apatt- 
ment. One efficiency apartmoit. 
Year round. CaSl .428-6666 or ^H^ 
2724. 3-17-t&l 

110 Apartaieats Unfnrn. | 

Duplex •* "AascF-ieteiia" fliSbr 
apartment Bott 2 bedrooms, 
oil heat. Year round rental. 
Electric range and refrigerator 
ftirnished. Virginia Beach Bor- 
ough. Call 428-1940 or 428- 
3113. 

2 2 TFN 



111 Apartacate FwiUiii 



2 bedrooms. Yearly I'es^^Sli 
33rd Street CaU 428-SIBO, 

2 2,^T 

1 bedroom qitarbnenti <$niftoely 
tomisiied. AH utilifiea iMluded. 
VietMj, inorthly rales. N6 jte^e 
required. 270O Atiaotic Avenue. 

9 8 TFN 

115 Ho me * F muMM 

2 bedrooms, living rooi8,d^nto| 
room, kitchen & batii. Central- 
ly located - near beach. Call 
428-5016 before 3 FJI. 

.11 24 TFN 

~ ■' ■— ■— — |MI^ I . I , ll.llfcl I III M il 

2 bedroor/is. Central halting. 
Comfortable. Conveniwi^ lo- 
cated. Reasonable. Calli^ier. 
428-7827 or 428-4960. ' W 

2-2-TFN 

1 and 2 bedroom cottages. Call 
428-2701. 

2 2 TFN 



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COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 

. to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

Virginia Beach, on tte lltt 

day of January, 1967. 

Aiwyn Bell Robertson, Platotiff 

against 

Helen Lee Roiiertoon, Defendant 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Tte object of this suit is 
for tte said platotiff to obtato 
a divorce a mensa et ttuiro to 
be later merged toto a decree 
of divorce a vtoculomatrtmonii 
from the aid detondant, iqion 
tte grounds of desertion witt- 
outju^ cause. 

And an affi^vlt havii^been 
made and filed that defendant 
is not a resident of tte Stole 
of Virginia, tte last know post 
ofHce addr^s l>elng: 1031 
Norttwest - 7tt Avraiue, Fort 
LaiMterdale, Fforida. 

It is ordered ttet she do ap- 
PMU- tere wittto 10 (ten) days 
after due ptt)li(^(» hereof, 
and (k> v^t may t>e necessary 
to pn^ct her toterest to this 
'suit. 

A C<^ - Test: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles i 
McKrary, A^s. p.q. 
1309 Uskto Road, 
Virgtoia Beach, Virginto 23451 
1 19 4Tv 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 

to tte Clerk*s Office of tte 

Clrcdt Court of tte City ol 

Vtrgiiita BeM^ w t|M 10th 

AMoa I^Mde Otm, PMMifl 



COMMONWEALTfl of VIRGINU 
IN THECLERK^ OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT CC«JRT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH, ON 
THE 4TH DAY OF JANUARY, 
1967. 

Dalton M. Vtek, Platotiff, 
against 

Shirley A. Vick, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
AppUd^on to hereby made 
for an order of pubUcation to tte 
above styled suit, tte object of 
«i)icb to tte taking of deposi- 
tions at tte tow offices of Brydg- 
es, Broyles & McKenry, 1S69 
Laskto Road, Virginto Beach, 
Virginia, on February 8to, 1967 
at 10:00 a.m. to order to oMato 
a final decree of divorce a 
vtoculo matrimonii. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tte defendant 
to not a resident of tte State 
of Virginia, tte tost known post 
office address l>eii^ Route 3 
Box 129, Warrenten,Norto Car- 
olina. It is ordered that ste do 
appear tere wlthto 10 (teiO 
days after due pid)Ucation here- 
of, and do whay may lie Neces- 
sary to protect her toterest to 
thtosuit. 
A Copy - Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry Attys. 
1369 Ladcto Road, 
Virginto Beach, Virginto 

1-12-4T 
' " " • ) — 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
to tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Circuit Court of tte Ci^ of 
Virginto Beach, on tte 1^ (toy 
of January, 1967. 

Itarkm Bowser Coffigu, Plato- 
tiff \ 
against 

Ned AlftM^Coffi^n,DefeDdairt 
CMWJER OF PUBLICATION 
Tte object of thtosuit is for 
tte said platotitf to Citato a 
dirarce a vinculo m^imMiU 
from tte said defeodaitf, upon 
tte ptwxis of two-year sqiw- 
atton. 

And an affichvit havt^ben 
made aM ttled that tte defend- 
ant to a resident of tte Stote of 
Vtr0^, tte last po^ office 
addrtts teing uiUcaowi, Va. 
BcMb, Va. and tli^ dM ittU- 
gMoe tes beMexerdsedbyttd 




44 PoaitioB Wai 



Bted-Mafe 



AUTOMOTIVE 



M AntoBMUea Fw Sale 

1962 VW sedan. Good condition. 
Can be seen at 7106 Atianttc 
Avenue. Ptene 428-1600. 

1 26 3T 



Man, 49, retired miUtary. De- 
sires to learn motel business. 
Seeks {xxsition as (tosk clerk. 
Many years experience to pub- 
Uc relations and office admto- 
istratton. Bondable. Call 340- 
5868. 

1 26 2T 



BUSINESS SBMCeS » B«riae« OpportaalUe, 



30 Appluee Sanrlees 

NOTICE! 
Contractors & Home BuUders- 
Let us telp you witt tiaf new 
tome - additions - or repairs. 
We can tomtoh materiato from 
basement to attic and aid ymi 

to fIfMinHng , 

Pbme: Kellam ii Eatcm, Inc. 
(1) 426-6221 
428-1683 
426-6937 

TFN 

VAOUUU OfiAICRS - Hoov^; 
er, Sakt and service. Pinnpt 
efficient repairs. PIdt up and 
ddivery. Fixme 4fllB Iffl Fori 
Feed k Building SupftiiK, toe. 

(to 

3lltaidb«>ltqMM« 

PAB4TQIG wanted. SmaU Jobs. 

tototor or extoior. Call 408-7886. 

981VTI 



Do sewii^ to my tome. ChUd- 
roi's cl(rtbing and drapertes. 
Call 340-0038. 

1 2^TFN 

Sewing d all kinds. Very r«s- 
onable. Work gimranteed. Also 
custom-made drapes. 508 R(se 
Marie Avenue, Aragomi Village. 
12 8 TFN 

Need anytiiing from a wedding 
town to lingerie. Fast - guaran- 
teed Mrvice. 486- 14W. 

1 26 rr 

M BuKBt MalwtfWMHf 

ADDITIONS 
AU t^w of borne i^mn^- 
^nti. Terms at baidc rates. 
Call tor tne estimates. 3M- 

22 2T 



I AM IN SEARCH OF a par-' 
tlcutor type of person who is 
interested in earning a sub- 
stanttol extra income in in- 
dependent cosmetic business. 
Full or part time. No previous 
sales experience necessary. 
CaU 464-2330 for interview. 
12 1 TFN 

LIVECTOCK-PETS 

n Doga-CMi-OUMr Pets 



PURE BRED 
GERMAN SHEPHERD 
PuMiies. All AKC registered. 
Sire toture ctoimpion Wiltelto 
van Baumgarten, sonofChamp- 
ian Dana out of Dor-ankenneto, 
Dam Pride's Lady. Motter and 
totter b(^ black and silver - 
Rta-Tto-Tin appearance. WIU 
te fine futore prospecto tor 
stow dogs, champions, and 
studs, as well as flqe hrase 
peto. AKC papers witt all pups. 
Pedigree and healtt certificates 
tornisbed. Males $100 - $125. 
Terms arranged. Call 486- 1122. 
1 26 2T 

MBtCHANDISE 

M ArticlM For Safe 

Piano for sale. Baldwto spinet, 
acrosonic. Good condition. Ple- 
ase call 420-2827 after 4 P.M. 
1 26 2T 

Hay For aie. Call after 5 p.m. 
425-5043 or 428-5219. 

2-2-3T 

Kem{»viUe Htwse Antiques. 
KempsviUe VUtoge. ANTIQUES 
no reproductiOB, H<Mirs 1 to 5 
daily. 

USBD WKYCUOHEDIA 

ReaaoniWe - Ifte aaw. Cdl 
340-4641. Ifr. aaiTis. « 17 IfW 



Virginto Beach - 705 26thStreet 

Nicely torntohed 1 bedroom 

apartment. Good storage space. 

JUacge-yaMl and'trees.'Owner^' 

428-2256. 

8 25 TFN 

111 Apartments Fmnished 

For rent - Furnished I and 2 
room efficiencies. Direct route 
to Oceana and Dam Neck. $60 
-65 monthly plus utUites. 428- 
9701 or 428-8050. 

2-2-TFN 

"■Austin's Cwirt Motei Apartmeifls, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
c^iartaieiits. All utiMties finn- 
iflhed. Also, 4-room apartmoit 
and furnished, rooms. Block, 
toom Bus Station. By wedc or 
moath. 

tfh 

BLUE MARLIN LWCS 
2411 PadBe Anmae 
Bachelors or omiples. CamfkifSy, 
tonished to luxury deoor. AQ 
udHies. M Idtchen and dintng 
area. Reaiiy for Sving — Just 
faring your suitoase. Gome see for 
youndf. Gall 4»-6li4 cr 4a»«68l. 
929TFN 

i bedioom, livtog room, Utdmi,; 
bail, Convenient to abopptog.: 
cfaoicfaes, laundnomat. Very rea- 
sonable yeatiy rental Pacific 
Avenue. Call owner 42M016 or 
4080143. 

lOaOTFN 

New 1 and 2 bedronm. Rates 
inwittly, wurter or yearfy. Also 
rooms. Gonvenieotly kicat^ fw, 
topping, buses and so forth, to 
the heart of tte beadL Ctfl 428* 
0Kti. 

1 bedroom, Mvfaig room, kitchen,, 
baft and large walk-in closet. 
Centrally bceted 4 Mocks from 
beech. Re^oKtble rsit^. Ccm- 
f(»rtable. Call 488-4960. 

7 28 TFN 



USA Hmiaes-Unfunilsh«d 

3 bedroom house. Yearl^ental 
515 Plnewood Drive. Call 
428-3680. 

1-19-4T 

Woodhurst - 3 bedrooms, livit.. 
room, fireplace, dining room, 
taiilt in kitchen, den andatto(^- 
ed garage. $140 monthly. 340- 
8193. 

1 26 TFN 

London Bridge. 2 "bedrooms 
with stove and refrigerators $75 
per month. Mr. Dt.iiaxt. S40- 
8591, 3«M971, 340^11. - ;; 

10 271TN 

^ — f — 

116 Basineas Places Fn VUat 

%=J- ^^ 

318 30th St. 
1200 square 
business or 

heat and air 

, I2l^745a -after 'i^Jh^, 

> 11 1 




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3707 Vkgmia Beacb Bouievord. 
Office and retail store. 4Gf^^ 
evaSable. Brand new, beautluX 
two story elevated buffl^. 
IdeaUy located between F^m- 
bnA» Square and Princess 
Anne Pkoa. CaH Bykr Ee^, 

aiMosi or 940^806. n^isifi 



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March 15tt - year rounop&p-ge 
house capable of slee]^- 10 
persons. Minimum 2bath^;To 
be to walking dtotance<^<Ati 
lantic Avraue and 16tt Stoeet. 
Write Box 1645, Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia. 

126 TFN 



Maury khjui 
Auction Comi 



Delinquent Accounto 
J & P CoUectton Agency 
497-2062 



2 2 4T 




REVOLUTIONARY 
APARTMENT UVING AT 

KINGS 
ARMS 

Townhouses — (2 bedrobms) — "»;i25 00 
C.?rden Apartmento — one. two & thiet 
bedroom starting at $100.00 

■ WASHER & DRYER IN EVER Y UNtr 
■WALL TO WALL CARPETING 
■RADIANT CEIUNG HEAT 

■ SOUND PROOF THRQUGIIOUT 
■PLUS MANY OTHER EXCLUSIVE 

FEATURES 

AdlUMt to Bow CM«k 
CoBBtry cavb. Follow tlM 
tfgns from Pttocess Anne 
Plata m \^^ia Beach 

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LaiaMft^altyCofp. 
Tetopto^,- 426-e2M 



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Bowling Community Basketball 

Pow Wow 





Mix erne authenUcIiMtUB chief 
with some 400 jDOtsUff ti 
assorted sixes and afes and 
you get bedlam. 

Order wfts quickly restored 
by Chief Halftown whose no- 
nonsense firmness wa^ toned 
down by an obvious love ci 
children. The crowd was gath- 
ered at the Piatt Bowl last 
Wednesday and again Thursday 
for junior bowling cUnlcs con- 
ducted by Brunswick with Chief 
Halftown as their representat- 
ive. 



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THE GANG'S ALL HERE. AND THEY WERE WHEN CHIEF HALFTOWN HELD A JUNIOR BOWLING 
CLINIC AT THE PLAZA BOWL. ALMOST 800 CHILDREN SHOWED UP IN TWO DAYS. 



[Ihlldren were given free 
tickets to the clinic and an 
hour's free bowiii^( after in- 
struction. The main problem 
seemed to be a lack of bowling 
shoes in some of (he more 
popular sizes. Some eUMrw 
bowled in their sodi tett triOle 
a tew ludder oMs cameprciiar- 
ed with sneakers. 

Chief Halftown, afttU-blooded 
Seneca Indian who it one of 
the nation's top boflcra, has 
spent 25 years laidiovbnsiBess 
and now has his own teleidsioa 
show for children In Philadel- 
phia. 

Many of the younger children 
could do little btit stand and 
gape at the ehiefin his costume. 
But manyof the older ones list- 
ened carefully and bowled with 
$pme talent and ccmslderable 
energy. 




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This Week 






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A sudden gust of high wind 
has been blamed for the death 
of two men and the serious in- 
jury to two others at a con- 
struction site in Virginia Beach. 

A 100-foot section of newly- 
constructed cinder block wall 
collapsed as scaffolding was : 
beiag taken down at (he new 
mall-type shopping center being 
built at Indian River Road and 
Military Highway. 

The four men were crushed 
laxta' the wall where they were 
iriflped for 15 minutes until 
removed by police and rescue 
«(orkers. 

The two dead men have been 
identified as Jack B . Harper, 
20, of Virginia Beach and Frank 
Liverman, 56, of Portsmouth. 
Both men were laborers. 



A temporary injunction has 
been issued, pending a further 
court order by Jud^ Robert 
S. Wahab, that wiU toM up pay- 
ment on two life insurance pol- 
icies owned by the late M iss Ar- 
vld H. Samuelson, who died 
recently. 

Miss Samuelson's death was 
ruled accidental, as the result 
of a self-inflicted gunshot 
wound last November at her 
Virginia Beach home. 

The injunction was filed on. 
behalf of Miss Joy Hansel, one 
of Miss Samuclsons' Investment 
clients, who has filed a suit 
against the Samuelson estate. 



alleging embezzlement of $878, 

000. 

* * * * 

A man cleared of rs^ charg- 
es agalnsthiminVirginiaBeach 
will now be tried on three lesser 
charges growing out of the same 
Incident. 

Floyd Albert Haines, 25, is 
now charged with taking in- 
decent liberties with a minor, 
contributing to the delinquency 
of a minor and subjecting a 
minor to vicious and immoral 
influences. The third charge 
alleges that the victim's 6-year 
old sister was in the ft'ont 
seat of an automobile when the 
other alleged incidents occurr- 
ed in the back seat. 

Haines who is white, was 
cleared of ttie rape charge after 
the 10-year-old Negro child was 

ruled incompetent to tesitfy. 

* * ♦ * 

Virginia Beach City Council 
will be asked for funds in Feb- 
ruary to help purchase a site 
fbr the construction of a center 
for the mentally retarded. Nor- 
folk, Portsmouth and Chesa- 
peake will also be asked for 
ftmds. 

No decision has been made 
at present where the 75-to 100- 
acre site of the center will be. 

Virginia Beach has about 
2,556 retarded residents, ac- 
cording to a State survey. 

Dr. Ira Hancock wiU make 
the presentation to City Council 
on Feb. 13. 



Football Bonquet 

Bayside High School holds 
its annual football banquet to- 
night at 6:30 at the school 
cafeteria. 

Fran Jones, coach of the 
University of Richmond Spiders 
^1 be the principal speaker 
A number of distinguished 
guests are expected to attend. 

Lyn Hathaway, sports direct- 
or of WAVY-TV is the master 
of ceremonies for the event. 

Sea Cadets 
Plan Banquet 

A father-son banquet is the 
order of the day for Sea Cadets 
Saturday beginning at 6 p.m. 
at the CPO Open Mess at the 
Naval Base. 

Members of the Norfolk Nep- 
tunes football team will fill in 
for fathers of cadets who are 
now serving overseas. 



Daytona 500 
TV Show 



The ninth annoal Dajlooa 500, 
to be run at the Oaytooa In- 
ternational Speedway In Daytona 
Beach, Fla. Snday. February 
26, WiU be sbomi litre la Nor- 
folk via closed dr ciilt television 
at the Norfolk City Arena. 

The 3200 tlckeU for the tele- 
east will be sold on a first 
come, first served besis and 
are now on sale at lagrams 
Used Auto Parts, 3416 North 
Military Highway. 

On the race date the City 
Arena doors will be opeaed at 
11:00 a.m. The pre-race fes- 
tivities direct from tradcside 
at Daytona will start at It noon. 
The Daytona 500 will ^tart pr- 
omptly at 12:30. 



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ig Sun office at 3108 Pacific 
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IB ttw VinlDla Beach Re- 
CT^ammtL Coanunity Ua- 
fMlMlMfhan play tuPrineess 
AMie lUgkS^IUdcet League 
tlw. Caitfert defeated the Ind- 
ian al)"7, Steve l^auAaugb 
had 16 (Mints (or Cavaliers. 
The Kaltfite swamped the Hawks 
32-S with Andy Hershey getting 
10 points for Knlgbts. Colts 
downed Thoroughbreds 13-7 
with David Scott High man with 
Spdings. 

Kempsville Intermediate Mid- 
get League found the Tigers de- 
fei^ng the Ruritaas 33- 13, M ic- 
hael Patterson had 14 points 
for Tigers. The Larks defeated 
the Blackbawks 36-25, Billy 
Pascall had 12 pointsW Larks. 
Hawks defeated Yankees 42-20 
Gary Lamm had 20 points for 
Hawks, the Rams defeated Re- 
bel! In ^^ise game 18-15. Evan 
Pitta waa high man with 12 
peints ler Raas. 

First Cei«ial High Midgets 
feODd Ali4lSes dewning Bull- 
defs "B" - 16-lS. Randy Lea 
hid 6 points ter Alrdales. The 



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RENTALS 




USED TV'S 

FOR 

SALE 

Home Service Calls 
Television & Wash- 
ing Machines 

DIAL 464-6811 
ROBBINS CORNER 

4817 SHELL RD. 
VIRGINIA BEACH 




Shadow Lawn 
Heights 




New Brick Rancy Style, 7 
Rooms, 3 Bedrooms, Din- 
ing Room, 1 1/2 Baths wiUt 
Baseboard Heat. Finance 
FHA, VA or Conventional 
Costom Built l^ Harold 
James, 

dAVE MILLER 
REALTY. INC. 

428-3822 

Call Harrv Evans 

340-8196 or 428-7877 



Beachcombers defeated Play- 
boys 15-9. Woody McDowell 
had 6 points for Beachcombers 
and Tammy Stroud had 4 points 
for Playboys. Mariners defeat- 
ed Anchors 13-11, Tim Nixon 
had 9 points for Mariners. The 
Rams defeated Bulldogs "A" 

15-12. Terry Spain had 6 points 
for Rams. 

Bayside Midget League found 
Knights defeating Lakers 20-13 
Thomas Currin Bad 9 points 
for. Knights. Diamond Springs 
defeated Wildcats 39-8. Ernie 
James was high for Diamond 
Springs with 11 points. The 
Bulldogs defeated Bruins 26-10. 
The Eagles downed Patriots Si- 
ll. Curtis, Strange had 3 points 
for Eagles. 

Intermediate "A" Division 
play found Thalia Eagles de- 
feating Broncos 30-19, Ricky 
Mlchaelson had 18 points for 



Eagles. John B. Dey "A" 
downed by Alanton Laktrs M-i, ^ 
Robbie Lea had 8 potste ^| 
Lakers. / V 



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Intermediate "B" 
found Celters defeaUnf War*, 
riors 53-8, Larry-Tait hidll 
points, and Bob Petersan M 
points for Celtics. LttoM 
downed Courthouse 61 -10. 
Craig Davis had 14 poMs lof 
Lakers. Panthers defeatedBlufe 
Devils 51-17. David Shnler had 
25 points for Panthers. Keny»- 
vlUe Blue Devils defeated 
Woodstock 54-17. David Shaler 
had 25 points for Paadiers. 
Kempsville Blue Devils defint- 
ed Woodstock 54-17. Miehaal 
Hickman had 12 points tw Blye 
Devils. 



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Volun^XU. No. 57 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 




THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1967 



Ws Too Late Now . . . 



ItemitnlMr, yottvertvanvd. 

NowVii^lnia Beadi police- 
llien niMB baslBess. Tbey are 
(^Mddhg ourefolly to sm if all 
eirs iKve the new 1967 city 11- 
MOM deeals firmly pasted on 
tteir vliKlsliellds. 

The deadline was Feb. 1 for 
purdMlM of the tag forWl citi- 
Mns tacliidlng Uiose lA the ac- 
tlnndUtary. 

It ooits 110 for non-military 
rMldenti and one dollar for 
in dM acClve military. 



The, dollar tag for sen^ce- 
mflB ns Mdd to prevent bar- 
uaiMnt by poUce stopping all 
flMtmothiidngtlietag. 

:<M!f OM-Oilrd <A tiiose feer- 
vtetBiM digtble purdiased the 
|pfii aeoordinK to dty ottldals. 

"Ss there may be a fow of 

^ stopped for checking pur- 
i" said one poUee officer. 

^Tlf ahecUng wUl indode 
iroadUp^ set up by police on 
mtOHluf roods In both tutan 
UA nral areas and a careful 
^oce-ertr tar police on major 
^Attik uA at shopping cen- 
Itrs, according to police of- 
fidals. 

Aflvone vbo does not have the 
|^ ttid is fopposed to could be 
«Miet to a ftae as veU asstUl 
kivmg to purchase ^ decaU 




TwoStoriesForce 
Police Suspension 



FjRSrfi MERCHANTS 
NATIONAL BANK 



Jaycees 
Speaker 



Name 



Higk Lynn Cayce, maiflBt 
dtrfdor of tht Assodatioo tor 

rrMMT^ and Fnligttfennwnt, 
viU bi guest speaker for the 
mi nm ClttiM Awards Ban- 



• BUT OFFICER, I DIDN'T KNOW I WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE} A 
CITY UCENSE DECAL. COULD THAT BE WHAT THE WOMAN 
B SAYING? IF SO, IT SEEMS TO HAVE FALLEN ON DEAF 
EARS AS THE POLICEMAN WRITES THE TICKET. TWELVE 
TICKETS WERE GIVEN AT ROADBLOCKS THE FIRST DAY OF 
CHECKING. 

Scouts Schedule 
Unusual Display 



Mayor Frank Duscb signed a 
prodantttion officially recog- 
nisinf Seout Week and prais- 
ing tbii organisation. 



One^ Cub Scout Den is 
ing on holding a den meethig on 
the fbuntain in Pend)roke Mall 
while a Boy Scout troop camps 
out in Princess Anne this mek- 
end durii^ Bag Scout flmik, 
midchi euis tlw IStti. 





Cayoi irai HM ftdplint of 
tb* 1H4 first leiiisens A«ard. 
He hallMiD vtryictlvtlaann- 
muRlly aftelrt tioce eomlni to 
Viqliia S«Mh lttl926 and has 
lectared la ooUeiesaadnniver<- 
sltiM tinMgftovt the ooantryai 
veil as li dnrchei and oon- 
; woosored Iqrthe ARE. 



iStiviticsfortbeSeoute 

a tour of Dam Nwjk 

,^ Begtoning at 10 hm^ 

ald^' eoaualttid aBMi SiSwld^airtii^SX 

siMte dArtihA, titM«nri agun 
UiirSHilf tiircise l^itie Wea- 



Virginia B^cb Police Chief 
Jame? E. Moore iixlicated (hat 
there Is nothing he likes lbs 
than having to susp«id or re- 
lieve one of his police officers. 

"But when a charge is made 
and dlscrepenci^s arise In two 
or more stories, 1 do what I 
have to do," he said. 

Pending completicHi (rf a full 
investigation^ Patrolman John 
W. Prltchard, 24, has been tem- 
porarily reUeved as the result 
of charges growing oHlt^ia 
incident last May. 

The Patrolman was allegedly 
one assign to one part of 
the case which has now recei- 
ved a great deal of p(fl)licity 
and is the center of controversy. 

Prltchard was reportedly as- 
signed to take a Negro woman 
and her two children home after 
they had been taken to Police 
Headquarters in Princess Anne. 
Their home is in Chesifieake. 

On the night in question, Vir- 
ginia Beach Police had been 
called in by Chesapeake auth- 
orities after talking with the wo- 
man and her children. It was 
claimed that the older daughter 
had been raped in Virginia Be- 
ach by a white man while the 
younger child was also in the 
car. 

Shortly thereafter, Floyd Al- 
bert Haines, 27, was arrested 
and charged with the rape of 
the 10 year old. He has since 
\been acquitted of the charge 
in Virginia Beach Circuit Couft, 
but now stands accused of Qiree 
lesser chaises growing out of 
the same inddrat. 

Haines's case was dismissed 
when ttie victim iBiledtoqualify 
mu a witness. 

After Oe victim, ber sister 



and mother were taken to the 
police station on May 21, 1966, 
to complete statements, Prlt- 
chard reportedly left Princess 
Anne with them on the way to 
their Greenbriar Farms home. 
The woman now claims that 
he did not take them home but 
let them out of the car at an 
undetermined spot, thought to be 
near the Virginia Beach-Ches- 
34?eak line, several miles from 
her home. 

She says she has at least 
one other person who can sut>- 
stantiate part of her claim. 

Chief Moore said there were 
definitely differepces in the st- 
ory told by the woman and the 
story told by Pritchard. 

"Until I can settle this com- 
pletely, I thought it best to sus- 
pend Pritchard," he said. 

An SP officer was reportedly 
in the car with Pritchard, and 
Chief Moore said he would be 
talking with the man immedi- 
ately. , ' 

"If I find no substantiating ev- 
idence, he (Pritchard) willpro- 
bably be re -instated, after I 
take the case to the Police 
Trial Board," said the Chief. 

"He may not be needed to test- 
ify before the Board." 

Due to the fact that the case 
is nearly a year old, it is dif- 
ficult to find complete and ac- 
curate infotms^on, sa4d one 
police official, although he pro- 
mised that every effort is be- 
ing made to settle the matter 
once and for all. 

"Iltere are more stories than 
two to be looked into here," 
he added,"and we want to get 
W^ at the truth." 




VIRGINIA BEACH POLICE ARRIVE ON THE SCENE OF THE BANK ROBBERY MOMENTS AFTER 
BEING CALLED BY BANK AUTHORITIES. 

Robberu Immunitu Ends 

Thieves Hit Again 
At 1st &Merchants 



Bayside 

After 

Record 

lite Bayikk area is oat to 
beat the record of UODloed 
donors set lut montt when the 
Red Cross Btoodmoblto visltad 
Pembroke Mall. 

The Bayside Uoas in coo- 
JmctkMi ti^ Red Cross volon- 
taer vorkart of tbe Ocean Park 
Wonten's CMb are pvmoting 
and reertitlng Uood donors for 
llM BloodmobUe's vi^t to Bayr 
aide Baptist Churdi tomorrdw 
fton noon to six p.m. 

Hm BayUde Lions plnb is 
pronotinc tUs pr(^nn In 
bspit on eocfwraglng a ^nin 
raadlon anu>ng all local eivlc 



' Tht tooiiin In tte e«^r of 
Pambroke IteU wfU be floored 
in as it was at Christmas, and 
seven boys from Den 4 <tf J^dc 
477, sponsored tqr Traatnood 
Scte<d, wiU pot on a live neet- 
ing finun 2-4 p.m. Satairday. 

"As fiur as we know we're 
tlw first to put on a llM Den 
meeting," commtnted the Den 
Mother. "Ifs to help advertise 
B^ Seout Week. We're nle- 
brstU« the 57th birthday of 
Scouting." 



pews Oept., see a pflotlessalr- 
praft d^itai and a ctriior film 
of the latePres.lUpedy'svlsn 
to aaval ships and riiore Ihe- 
iUties. 

The annaal window display 
contest in ooo^ucticm wltti Boy 
Scout week is currently going 
on. Wiimers will be announced 
later 

Sunday is Sooot Sunday when 
aU Soo^ are encouraged to 
attend dnreh In uniform. 



Bmamcution Meeting 
Prepared tot Tourists 



p,^"- c£7^ 'XS'i, Democrats 
"•■^ To Bear 

The Cub Scouts wiU Indian « n-r».«.«;«^ 

wresUe and work on projecte itep* UOwniny 

vdille sittli« on the fountain. 
Cai^ niomas McCante is dt- 
airman of the pack committee. 



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A Boy Scoirt troop is planning 
a campii« demonstnlioD Fri- 
day nlj^t and Saturday on the 
grassy area of Princess Anne 
Plaza. (Virginia Beach won the 
Outdoor Camping Award at the 
Anmnl Scoot Recognition dinner 
two weeks ago to Norfolk.) The 
Scoute will spend toe night to 
the Plaxa. 



First District Congressman, 
Thomas N. Downing, idu repre- 
sento VirglBU Beach, will be 
the guest qMker at theFdini- 
ary 20 sMetiiv of the Viit^inia 
Beadi Duaocntic Club. 

The rtfirtar luncheon meetlqg 
WiU bagia at 12:30 p.m. at the 
Black Angus re^urant 

Richard Ibdland, cluib presi- 
dent, aniMMneed that Congress- 
man Downing WMild be indten- 
dance. 



The BeautificationCommisso 
Ion means business. 

At a board of directors meet- 
ing last week toe Commisston 
announced plans to donate a 
large crepe myrtle tree to each 
of toe city's 43 public schools. 

Otoer projects indued encou- 
raging motel owners to plant 
Fairy Roses, a rose tiiat blooms 
from etfly spring until as late 
as November and requires no 
sprajdng. It was also suggested 
toat the City plant them at 
HUtop and 10 otoer places. 

City Manager Russell Hat- 
chett was iH'esented at toe meet- 
ing and told the Commission 
th^ I^CKit pdiliclty to local 
neVr^)apers mig^t get toto the 
hands of federal agencies and 
help SDKX^ toe way toward 
approval of more ftmds for the 
dty. A total of $26,112 was 
recently approved for beautifi- 
caticm. Work Is presently un- 
derway (» toe beautificiUion 
of Indeftendence Blvd., North- 
ampton Blvd. aM General Bocto 
Blvd. 



Fd>. 22 has been set aside 
as Arbor Day Xxj the Comm- 
ission and the Council of Gar- 
den clubs, and local citizens 
wiU be encouraged to plant 

The litter problem to the city 
was discussed wlto Hatchett, 
and toe Commission recomm- 
ended that Judges impose toe 
$25 anti-Utter fine on offenders. 

to otoer action Robert Gay, 
a Commission member who is 
moving to Norfolk, was named 
an honorary member and Slnis 
Reed was elected vice pres- 
ident. 



First and Merchants National 
Bank had been spared in toe rash 
Bank had been spared in 
the rash of bank robberies to 
Tidewater in recent months, 
that is, until two weeks ago. 

The Aragona-Perabroke of- 
fice was held up on a Friday 
afternoon and the robber re- 
mains at large. 

Then Monday afternoon at 
12:30 a lone robber walked toto 
the F & M branch at 1801 
Atlantic Avenue, threatened to 
shoot toe two teUers, Mrs. 
Louise Glass and Mrs. Jeanne 
Heflto, and demanded money. 

Mrs. Heflin sc'ioped up a 
large part of toe money to her 
cashHM^r and gave it to thai 
heavy-s«^ irtute' man. He'toen 
ordar^l toe ^ women toto toe 
vaxAt, but did not lock toe door. 

iks soon' as he left toe build- 
tog toey came out and caUed 
poUce, but toe man had escap- 
ed wito almost $8,000. 

Aipirently no one saw the 
man entering or leaving toe 
bank or how he left toe scene, 
even though toe bank is located 
on a major artery wito many 
people nearby. _ 

The man was described as 
between 38 and 40, about 5' 
9", wito a receding hairUne, 
heavy-set, very sunburned and 
having a very grufi manner. 



"He is probably a transient 
Just passing through," said Ed- 
ward R. Church, senior vice- 
president of toe bank. 

The FBI and Virginia Beach 
PoUce immediately closed off 



toe bank and began a complete 
investigation. 

The same branch of toe tnnk 
has been robbed twice before 
once in December 1955 and a- 
gato to June 1956. 



Exchange Club 
Plans Program 



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The Virginia Beach Exdange 
Club has scheduled several 
events durtog National Crime 
Prevention Week, Feb. 12-18. 

W. H. Norrie Marttois dair- 
man of the cltib's activities dur- 
ingthawedc r 

Crime Prevention We^ is set 
aside to make pe<^le aware of 
toe ever - toereastog toreat of 
lawtessness and of their res- 
ponsibiUty to combat it, ac- 
cording to J. Richard Gormley, 
president of toe Virginia Beach 
Exchange Club. 

The slogan for this year's 
campaign is "Community Co- 
c^ratlon Conquers Crime", 
acwrding to J. Richard Gorm- 
ley, president of toe Virginia 



The slogan for this year's 
campaign is "Community Co- 
operation Conquers Crime", 
accordtog to Martto. 



to fine wlto this slogan, Mar- 
tin and members of toe club are 
planning to hand out pamphlets 



Neither teller actually saw a 
gun, altoough toe robber did 
threaten toem. 



concerning crime prevention to 
school children in Virginia Bea- 
ch. Posters denoting toe week 
and ite slogan are being placed 
to promilient places all over 
the dty. 

Martiii and his committee are 
hhowi|,%wrofa 
tbyVirgltii^each 
school chlHrm. 

t 

"We want the cbUdren partic- 
ularly to look won the police- 
man as a friend, mrt a iMgey 
man'," said Martin. 

Martin added that it is up to 
aU dtizens of Virgintti Beach to 
cooperate wito lawenforeeraent 
ofllcials if Juvenile dellnqnency 
and vandalism can ever be ex- 
pected to be controlled. 

"The (^ way to lower toe 
crime rate toto prevent crime 
to the' first place," 'said Mart- 
in. 

The Virginia Beach Exchange 
Club wUl hear a speech by FBI 
Special Agent Cusick of tl» Nor- 
folk office at its regular meet- 
ing during National CrimePre- 
vmtion Week. 



Large Cip6#d Greets Nefw Demo Club 



A. 



A surprisingly large crowd 
tamed oat at Bow Cr6ek Coon- 
try Clii) last Tuesday for the 
tornwUon of a new polftlcil 
dOb. 

Ifore than 200 persons mre 
on hupl for the start of toe 
Lynnhaven Democr^e ClOb. 
Richard Guy, an attorney, ad- 
dressed tiM meeting and was 
latar named tempoivy chair- 



Guy l<M the crowd the dob 
noald havt three purposes: (1) 

<j lo elect 0««>craiceudidttM; 

i<S) to fit out the vote to all 
predacte at Lynnhaven bor- 
dagh, e^M^Uy for tti Demo- 
eratle eiadldttoa ; m (3) to 
•at as a prfitle ralitloos anlt 
for (he Owtoertfle ^uty and 
Mp raise ioDdto. 

) G^ aiM it was his hope to 
- Mcourait raaiM»ilUe.d&wns 
of LynhMMb^^M^tobeoGtte 
active to poUties. He nunM a 
nodMr a Importatf Ismws 
whh^ m^ cooeem the clvlb 



to toe fotore, such as, eled- 
ioB of a school board r^her 
toan Coundl selection, dredging 
lAder powers for the zoning 
board and posstoly metbotto of 
elec^ a City Council 

All of the eight mendwrs 
of toe Admtoistratioif ttcket 
seeking office to toe July Demo- 
cratic primary were on hand. 
Ivan Mapp was their spdces- 
man. 

Mapp stressed the importaot- 
ance of Lynnhaven borough to 
the progress of a growing dty 
sin^ Lynnhaven has better toan 
35 percent of Virglida Beat^'s 
popotation. 

He introduced toe Adminis- 
tratltm tid»t ai^ said toey were 
"yooog and yong at heart". 

No mnaberi of the United 
tick^ ftlad ra^dit to the Dem' 
oCMtic prtosary, were on hand. 

Jdm Fentress, in his caiac- 
ity as Chairman ut the Vir- 



ginia Beach Democraac Com- 
mittee, eongritidated toe new 
grot^ and asked support for the 
clii). 

Sidney S. Kellam, Virginia's 
Democratic National Committ- 
eeman, stressed toe growto of 
toe city and noted toe importr 
ance of continued good govern- 
ment "close to toe people" to 
Virginia Beach. 

He added tlmt toe fortoa)m- 
ing electicm is pr(M)ly thfe 
most inq»rtairt electton in the 
dty to many years since there 
are so many changes taking 
place to the rapidly growing 
metropolis. 

"I coogratolate you on start- 
ing a new^dttb," he aid. "And 
I agree wito your purpose of 
brii^ing good democratic gov- 
ernment" to ytrar borou^ and 
to ywir dty." 



It was migf^ted ttet a 16- 
meirtwr board of directors be 



set iq), two from each of toe 
ei^t products of Lynnhaven 
boroui^. 

A nominating committee was 
also named to choose a per- 
manent slate of officers. 

No date has been set for the 
next meeting. 

C^ F^ruary 28, toe Central 
Democratic Club, composed of 
members residing to Princess 
Anne Pla&i ^nd MaUtHi wUl 
bold ite next meeting, 

BUI Thomas, president of 
that club, said he did not be- 
Ueve toe larger dub conflicted 
wito his dub's purpose. 

"We are all tryii% to eled 
candidates of toe Democratic 
party, and I think we c^ a^ 
work logger." 

Hw Central Democratic Chib 
had been scheduled to holl a 
meeting on the same night as fie 
toitlal mMting oftheLynidwuan 
Cld},J)ut met one night earUer 
to oi^r toat ite members coold 
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VALENTINE'S DAY, WITH CHILDREN OF ALL AGES, FROM ONE TO 100. THESE TWO YOUNG- 
STER , JOANNA AN D SCOTT, ^E AG ED THREE. 



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Intferest in Youth Eaf ns 
Capps Sportsman Award 



Tiw Spoi^iBiii of ttw Yaar 
Amunl Is tt« hlgh^ tnanr qmu 
em H btstowwi.b)r ttwYlrglirift 
B«aek %»rt8 cm, vttmtat 
go te t man Actively w^^g&i 
io q;)orts. la tect ItrArMydots. 

fist Om avttm alinq« fots to 
tkose iog^itfta tb* pnniolloB 
q( sports and ^»rtsiittiisU|). 

lUs fitr's winner Is do ez- 
(^Itkm, Past winner J. Frnd^T 
Bfftak, Jr. pmeoted ttie 1M6 
avanl to Virginia BmsU Poltoe 
Lt. Henry C. Ca|)ps at tiM ISth 
i^Rid Jamboree d' tbe cl^ 

Ca«p6 was cited fof tite coe- 
tinoing effints over im^years 
to spar tlM tide of Jo^ii 
deiioQHency by provUtt^ aA In- 
terest in sports particiiltt^^ 
boxing, to yew^p^rs of^aU^ 



Wb«i lUsjume was ■umBu^ 
as ttie winter, 6ie mon tlan 
350 persons in attandancet^ttie 
(fimer at Bow Cre^ Coimtry 
Club gave Capps a standing 
ovatl(». 

"I was so overcome I-ihlnk 
my first reaction was to cry.," 
said Capps. "Thai standing up 
in fttMjt of that crowd IJast ftlt 
gndtltode and pride." 



"I had i»> idea I was gdng to 



win fb» award. My bro^r asked 

me to^tothedlnBerwitbUm." 

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C^ipe aid kis wife and two 
boys, afM 11 and IS, knew, 
tlkoagli, and wet^ waiting up for 
' Um vdwn be g<^ Iiome. 

A native of Princess Anne 
Comty, Can>s for years ins 
worked with youtti in ttw area, 
pertl<»larly tbom la trodUe or 
in ^sofn of becoming delinq- 
litnts. Re was wen-known to 
toys Io ttte area. 

Aceording to him the Knights 
Cl\i> was started by accident 
wlMMi ttree boys (in a car wltt- 
<xA adrilwr's license orregis- 
tntl(» card)were sto^sed by 
Capps lor a traffic violation. 
They s^ they were lookii^for 
at tiM time and wanted 1dm 
heQ) ^m form a cldb fbr 
" boys so ttwy would have some 
place to go and someOing to 
do. 

He said he agreed "thinking 
4t would die out In a couple 
weeks." It didn't, and soon tte 
did) was organized wlttt a meet- 
ing place and the suppcut of 
local citiaens. 

Many of his boys became 
soccMsfUl Golden Gloversbox- 
ers. "We turned out some fine 
ones, "he said. "Out of a pos- 
sible eig^ Golden Gloves Cha- 
mpions in the state, five were 




Lt, HENRY CAPPS 

from the club for two years 
straight." 

He commenced that alttiough 
Juvenile delinquency has in- 
creased in Uie area, he does not 
believe diat it has a^ctinlly in- 
creased in portion to j^popul- 
allon increase in 'Virg||tia Bea- 
ch. "If s pretty weU milercon- 
trol here." Hi% 

A idiysieal fitn^sei^usiast, 
Capps is a member of the Pol- 
ice Dept. divii^ team. He says 
he runs a minimom of 15 miles 
a week and sptad^ at least six 
hours in the gymttakiim. 

Hank Leonard, television and 
ni^t club comedian was master 
of ceremonies of ttie Jamboree, 
and Paul Crisman, NBC sports- 
caster and one-time All-Amer- 
Ican, was the featored speaker. 



Troop 408 
Gets Trdphy 

Ft Story BoyScouffttK^^W 
was presented ttie Outstantfng 
Advancement Trqp^ by be 
PAVAB Advancement Commit- 
tee lU a Court of Honor held 
Friday evening at the Teen Club^ 
Fort Story. 

Troop 408 received the award 
as the T(9 Troop in advance- 
ment in the Tidewater Council 
for ttie year 1966. The trooqp 
competed with 14,650 boys in 
246 troops for this h(mor. 

Individual awards were also 
presented to members of ttie 
troqp. SOouts Mark Via and 
Donald Van Dyken were ad- 
vanced to' Star Scouts; Eddie 
Heiland was advanced to First 
Class Scout; and Scouts Kurt 
Goetzka, Ja(^ Webb, Oraols 
Menser and Daniel Menser were 
advanced to Second Class 
Scouts. Jeff Guy was advanced 
to Tenderfoot. 

Troop 408 is under the direct- 
ion of Maj. Franklin M. Nicbols. 
Lt. Col. Maurice E. Coats was 
chairman of the Court of A- 
wards. 



Find Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: Robert W. Miles,3804Rope 
La., you have Just won 2 free 
passes to the Janaf Cii^ma. 



VBLT's "Angel" Is 
Good Production 



Find. Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: Harry T. Ferguson, 5405 
E. bidian River Rd., yo|lhave 
Just won 2 free passes % the 
Janaf Cinema. 



' Hw Virginia Beach Uttte 
Theatre's current production 
of LOOK HOMEWARD ANGEL, 
is one of the best community 
ttieatre productions we have 
seen in quite some' time. 

The cast is a large one, al- 
tbou^ few are lead or princi- 
pal roles. It is quite an un- 
dertakii« for the ttieatre groiq) 
and for Director Larry Wil- 
liams, but generally is a nice 
well-rounded production. 

Herbert Harrell's interior- 
exterior set is nicely 4Qne, 
%hly workable and irell-]^- 
ned. Unfortunately iie scene 
changes ««re ^bombUbij ext- 
ended, leaving an audience sit- 
ting in total darkness far too 
long listening to music Oiat did 
not seem to go witti ttie play. 

The play is a druna fldl of 
tragedy and deattu It deals most 
specifically with a domlnatii^ 
and domineering woman i^ Is 
a hard worker who really means 
well for i^r large family and 
many boarders. 

While several scenes are be- 
ing played in tiie bedrooms, 
ttiere is often too much action 
on the exterior porch by tiie 
actors. We lost some of the in- 
side action because of watching 
a bad piece of pantomiming 
by Foy Shaw and Peggie Mac- 
Arthur, for instance. 

Fine acting Jobs were turned 
in by a few members of ttie 
cast. Dorothy Jones, astheoki- 
er sister, was excellent as ttie 
shrewish, yet full of compass- 
ion, worlchorse. 

Glenn Graham, as young, st- 
riving Eugene Gant came close 
to perfection, but fell short 
(»ly in his reaction to others 
around him. His scene with 
Miriam Stewart as Laura James 
in tte bedroom was flat, but 



only because the electrifying 
moments of emotion were not 
nurtured. 

Mrs. Stewart is a fine act- 
ress and a welcome addition 
to ttie Courtyart Players. She 
has compassion and sensitivity 
fbr ttie role she plays. 

Bill Britton, as W. 0. Gant, 
ttie harried husband, is amus- 
Im and sarcastic enoi^, but 
fidls to garner the necessary 
ptrmtt for his character. Foy 
tenr «i^en^4oeft^ ntoe Ji^, 
hMt underplays ^ ^9|%> ,, 

T«f^ Re6d, as Mrs €llza 
GanA, is outstanding. Her port- 
rayal of the old woman watch- 
ii« bar fuaily fall apart before 
her very eyei&, is a lotto 
behold. And her voice range 
is exeeilmt. She has all ttie 
strength necessary to this im- 
portant role. 

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Notiiing special is planned to 
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|inia Beach. 

No mass parading or fire- 
crackers or paper dragons will 
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"There may be some quiet 
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For MedicMu indigent 

Dental Clinic Comes to Beach 

Except for on* stt»U hoy <tpi 
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cluir and therefert irmpM^ 
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lety's first dental dtH^Hr' 
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The first dime mf MM 
Feb. 1 to coincide wtfli Owtil 
H«althWeek whieii naui Ibroigk 
tl^llth. 

The clinic wUl be Md as 
needed, the scbsduie to be set 
by the number of ctiiUr«a. 

"We have enou^ vQiMliertk 
to keep the clinic qMasbtfiiU* 
time basis if needed,** eom- 
mented Dr. Roger VisMr^ pro^ 
sident of the Society. < , 

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wltii any federal ageaejr lad is 
av project of the lo««l Dnidt 
Society. Dr. Vlsser aatd Mf 
tSe dentists are iottrtiM it- 
preventive care and prtMMrfkv- 
ffood dental hygieie itf veil as 
tireatmeot. 

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Tbe clinic is for fkniUts vllk v% r^ . vvr •a y 

•simply cant afford medtcaT BOU SCOUtS WlU A WWrdS 
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Page 3 




Vepco Promotes 
W. E. Brinkley 

<* Virginia Electric and Power 
Company has announced the ap- 
pointment of Wallace E. Brink- 
, ley to ttte position of Assis- 
' tant Estimating Supervisor in 
•the Electric Distribution De- 
partment at Alexandria, Vir- 
ginia. Brinkley's position will 
be effective Pebruary 1. 

Brinkley and his wife, Phy- 
llis, and their two children live 
at 500 High Point Avenue. 

Brinkley has long been assoc- 
iated with the National Guard 
in this area and is at present 
Adjutant of the 5th Battalion 
with Headquarters in Newport 
News, and holds the rank of 
captain. Brinkley is a native 
of Portsmouth and joined Vepco 
in 1946. Since that time he has 
served in the Engineering De- 
partment at Norfolk and Vir- 
ginia Beach. He is jpijr.^f ntly 
Senior Estimitor at Virginia 
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medically indlgeol ttmmm 1» 
^ Virginia Beach, aeoordlii to 
■ the Dental Society. 

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' teeth if they had good e&ra,*' 
Dr. Vlsser said. H« polotsd 

' out that 40 miUioo AewFlcaM 

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^ In conjunction ^viOi D«it»l 

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Crime Prevention Week 



The Virginia Beach Ex- 
change Club is this weeic talcing 
part In a most important ob- 
servance, National Crime Pre- 
vention Week. 

The slogan of this ail- im- 
portant week is "Community 
Cooperation Conquers Crime''. 

Throughout the year Ex- 
diange Clubs all over Amer- 
ica seek tQ prevent crime 
before it starts. Wfth their 



tireless efforts and educational 
programs aimed otf ail ages, 
perhaps one day crime can be 
more controlled. After all, even 

crime is vulnerable. 

tf all of us join with the 
Exchange Club and cooperate 
surely we can succeed. In the 
meantime, we congratulate the 
Virginia Beach Exchange Club 
during Its special week and 
totally support its work. 



jp§ *Wrong" Place 



A Virginia civil rights leader 
tpid a planning conference of 
the NAACP that the practice of 
establishing voter registration 
points at courthouses has made 
t^egroes afraid to sign up to 
yote. 

: He added that courthouses 
have a certain image of being 
places one ought not to be un- 
less one has done something 
wrong. He said this was the 
image conjured up in the minds 
of many Negros. 

We cannot help but agree that 
this may be the image conjured 
up, but nothing could any farth- 
er from the truth. Perhaps 
it could be better said that a 
courthouse or a city hall is a 
place that one should never 
fear unless he HAS done some- 
thing wrong. 

If a citizen, no matter what 
his race, fears the image of 
a courthouse, it is his own fault. 
He has not let himself know 
anything about the inner work- 
ings of government or the laws 



made for protection, not de- 
struction. 

The courthouse ^should be 
looked upon as a high place of 
responsibility, but never fear- 
ed. Justice is dispensed within, 
not injustice. 

We submit that this civil 
rights leader is grabbing at 
straws in his attempt to ex- 
plain why more Negroes do not 
register to vote. If what he 
says is true, then his people 
need proper education from him 
in just what the law and court- 
houses stand for. 

We do not have this situation 
in Virginia Beach. We have 
registrars all over the city 
AND at the courthouse. M can 
never be used as an excuse 
here. 

Everyone should register to 
vote and exercise his greatest 
responsiblifY^ » ^rJl^ i" W *P 
vote. The registration place 
should cer^iiil^4}e completely 
insignificant. Jn Virginia Beach 

It IS. 



Boy Scout Week 



There's a lot more to being 
a Boy Scout than learning to 
tie knots and earning merit 
badges. And during this week. 
Boy Scout Week, let us all 
recognize the fine work of this 
great organization. 

It is an organization which 
not only teaches important 
skills and leadership, but one 
that also teaches the boy the 
spirit of fitness in body and 
mind. 



The competitions entered in- 
to are all only part of growing 
up, and the Boy Scouts pre- 
sent a tremendous challenge. 
Scouts learn teamwork, so all- 
important in adult life. 

Scout life makes the eager- 
ness of boyhood entirely worth- 
while. So to the Scouts and to 
the countless men who work 
with them in our community we 
offer hearty recognition during 
Boy Scout Week. -^ 



Economic Opportunity 



Newspapers receive a tre- 
mendous amount of mail each 
day, which includes, of course, 
a large volume of news releases 
of Interest to everyone. 

But a news release came in 
recMitly tfmt has us ail entirely 
mystified. It came from the 
Office of Economic Opportunity. 

When the envelope was open- 
ed, there was merely a blank 
piece of good bond paper in- 
side beoring the letterhead of 
the agency. 

In itself, it was worth a little 
^Mckle vi^n we thought of the 
Imiocent clerk who stuffed the 
blank sheet. But a few pieces 
of msll later there was another 
^nf«lo|« from the agency. When 
It IMS OfMfied, another blank 
•ht^ of paper. We really be- 
came curious then. 



We entertained thought! of 
secret writing with disappear- 
ing ink being employed by the 
office, but dismissed it rather 
quickly as just too fanciful I. 
Two mistakes in one day was 
a little hard to take however, 
from the same office and prob- 
ably took care of the printing 
that was supposed to be on it. 

Not ten minutes later, a news- 
man from radio station W VAB 
came to our desk brandishing 
another of the blank sheets he 
too had received. 

We really wonder what was 
supposed to be on that paper, 
but we'll probably never know. 
And we also wonder how it reair 
ly happened in the first place. 
Perhaps there is a real op- 
portunity for competent per- 
sonnel in the governmental Of- 
fice of Economic Opportunity. 




Thursday, February 9, t^fe? L 



More Space Wanted-Again 

Surfers Perplex Commission 



Spring must be just round the 
corner. 

' Surfing was one of the main 
topics of discussion at the Janu- 
ary Parks and Recreation Com- 
mission meeting. Mrs. Robert 
Goodman suggested that surfing 
be limited to designated, rota- 
ting areas. 

Chairman Maury Riganto 
commented that this might 
cause confusion to both surfers 
and swimmers. He also said he 
was not in favor of any surflng 
in the Boardwalk area. 

Mrs. Goodman said she was 
concerned about the safety of 
swimmers after 6 p.m. 

"Under a rotating plai^ people 
living m the beach wouldn't be 
able to get to the water when it's 
their week to have the surfers 
on their block," said Riganto. 

"Their yards are full ofbab- 
ies, dogs and beer cans all sum- 
mer anyway," said Mrs. Good- 



man. "It's unbelievable viat 
some strangers will bring onto 
your property." 

Riganto said a report on the 
situation would be ready at the 
March meeting. 

Mrs. George H. Harrison and 
Sidney Hughes, representing the 
%f^^ Beach Tenai$ Fatnnjt 
^ntt«^, ssked flbtt Qie 18 
aor^ behind Vlrgiida BoiLcii 
' JuRiot' High School aotf-i^ttM 
eod of the toll road be set 
aside for a furture tennis area 
with possibly a small park for 
children. 

Riganto appointed Mason 
Gamage, Planning Commission 
director, to work with Hughes. 
A motion was passed to have a 
topograidiical survey made at 
the February Commission mee- 
ting. 

Since General Booth Blvd. 
has blocked the entrance to 
Redwing Park, the Commission 
voted to move the sign marking 
the sign marking the entrance 




to a new location. Harold White- 
hurst, director of Parks and 
Recreation, reported that two 
shelters aixl rest rooms have 
been added to the park. 

TIm CommissioQ^vill bring a 
plan before the Cl^ Council to 
extabli^ four* or five teen cen- 
ters at hi^ schema onS 
^Qiib^m liifties 
from "<£eAlir!| to 
iroriowts," but^BO daiwii 

A request from the Diamond 
i^rings-Gardenwood Park Civ- 
ic League was qiproved for 
funds to fill the dndioge dltdi 
running ftom Hard«i Hd.,totbe 
Lake Smith Canal between the 
Diamond Springs CInrch and the 
Diamond Springs recreation 
area, witii a suitable size drain 
tile and leveling the grmmd thus 
connecting the recreation gro- 
und with the church and adjacent 
civic league property. 

"It is also requested that the 
recreation committee develc^ 
the recreation area into a play- 
ground." 



Now There Are 2 Plus 1 



The long-awaited announcement that six 
candidates who all said they were independent 
when they filed their caalidacy had formed 
a united front and a ticket to be known as 
the United ticket was met with an overwhelm- 
ing surge of apathy. 

Generally speaking the announcement was 
given a good play in the press but was treated 
correctly and in proper perspective. 

That is to say, the item was used in news- 
casts as one of. the first items after tlw 
words .... "And in other news." 






In political circles and in circles not so 
political the announcement was also met with 
many a sarcastic "My goodness". 

Andre Evans, running for Commonwealth's 
Attorney was the spokesman for the group 
when the expected announcement was made. 
When he filed his candidacy he told many of 
his friends he would never join forces witti 
some of the challengers and that be was an 
independent. 

But it was this same Evans who made Hie 
announcement of the formation of the United 
ticket to Include, besides himself, V, A. Ether- 
bige, running for Treasurer; Dick Absolom, 
running for Clerk of Circuit Court; Edward T. 
Caton in, running for State Senator; and B. R. 
Mi(Uleton ami JoseiA Gawrys, running for tte 
Virginia House of I^legates. '' 

The eight-man Administration ticket is made 
<i|) of Jcrim Fentress, running for re-eledi(Ni 
as Clerk of Circuit Cmrt; Ivan Ma^, rimiii^ 
for re-election as Commissioner of Rev^ne; 
Owen Pickett, running for Commonwealtt's At- 
torney; Howard MerrUl; rtaviii^ for Tr^sur- 
er; Paul Sutton, rtnni^ for City Sergea^ 
Bill Kellam, running for re-election as SWe 
Serator ; and Kenneth Whit^urst and L. dirles 
Burlage, ninniag for ttw House (rf Detagat^. 



In case your are counting, that leaves one 
additional candidate who ims aniwunced. He's 
John Marr, City Sergeant, running for re- 
electton. But he isn't on anybody's ticket. In 
fact, so far, aU he has been able to do is 
defend his 70 years of age. 

A political uidottwn, Joseph J. Dreano is 
said to be circulating a petltton in preparation 
for running as an Independent for City Ser - 
geant. It is not known whether he will be 
picked (Q) by the United ticket. 

Ivan Mj49 thus remains the only candidate 
with no announced <^]position and with no rum- 
ors flying about an oRionent. 

The formation of the United Ticket may not 
have been planned for a terribly long time, 
Iwt if that is so, where did those "United" 
bumper stickers come from seen even before 
the announcement was made. 

"It's a nice sticker," one political buff 
said. "I though it meant United Air Lines." 

It is obvious why the United Ticket was 
banded together. Its members saw the futility 
of opposing a strong, weU-organized Adminis- 
tration ticket. The formatton of a ticket com- 
posed of men who have rarely worked as a 
team before was the (My alternative. 

Actually the new ticket means that a full- 
scale (ampaip can gat voder way with gusto. 

Many are still waiti^ to see who will emerge 
as the leader of tiie new ticket. Some claiqfi it 
is Jack Ettieridge. Others are calling it Oie 
"CrfOT Machine". Tlat is probably the first of 
ttie names that will be sprinkled liberally 
thrcwgh the campai^ 

Ctee amusii^ story we teve l^u-d so ISu* in 
this campaign ...... Jack Ether idge is calling 

his ]nwng onxnient "that service-OMmected 
kid who's ruming against me." Hoi»x4 Mer- 
rill in addressii^ a miUtory grotq) recently 
opened his remarks wittj "I'm the serv- 
ice -onmected Ud tt^ Jack Ettierld^ is rm' 
id^agUn^ 

- And so it begins. Two tldtets are formed. 
OCX Is a full slate. The c^er is lacking two 
candMites. And tt»re Is one ia^^mSmH, 
Nov ttie tm b^ias. 




BY JOSEPH LOWENTHAL, JR. 
Tlie cat is stone deal. 



If you just shrugged and said, "So vrtjat!" .... you've never ^'^ 
lived with a stone deaf cat. ^ 

Nothing fazes her. Jets fly over in dose formation and sbate 
the very foundation, but Tina (that's her misnomer.) 

the very foundation, but Tina (that's her misnomer.) She was ' 
tiny when we got her, sleeps right on, even though the children 
are screaming in utter terrw. 

This to Itself is not so^. In fact, It's pretty nice, If yw '' 
are a cat usually the ielftremMy nervous type. Tina isn't scared 
of anyttiing or anybody. She can't hear toem and doesn't know 

any better. 

■\ 

Besides that, she's as big a& any cat I've ever seen, solid ' 
white and extremely furry. All she has to do is [xiff up one time, 
and dogs, other cats, kids and delivery boys think they've Just 
seen ttie ghost of a long-dead/sabre-tooth tiger. 



Nine 
Lives 

Has 



She 



All in all, she has a filrly 
decent temperament for a eat. 
She endures quite a bit from the 
childroi who like to sqaeeae 
her till her tongue hai^ oot 
or pull her tail simply becutt* 
ifs there. 

Anyway, becsuise sIk was ' 
born totally deaf, we have never 
let her into the outside «orld. 
She's not all that valuable, bi 
fact, she was an SPCA special. 
It's Just that she can't hear 
dogs, other cats, cars or any 
danger coming. 



So for the six 
time catn^ing, 
preening herself 



years of her life she has spent m(»t of her 
eating dog food (she won't eat cat food), 
in a sonny spot or avoiding the cWWreo. 



Incidentally she is a one-man cat. She tolerates the children, 
abhors my wife even though it is she who feeds her, dislikes In- 
tensely all strangers, and is particularly sensitive about visitore 
wl» try to pick Iwr up. Her i^erwise generally quiet nature has 
turned quite nasty at th(»e times, leaving me rushing to the 
medidiK chest for a bottle of methiolate and for tte valuable 
papers to see if my insurance covers eat scratches and Utes. 

But when I come home I get far more attention from that cat 
than I do from my wif^ and kids. The k^ tattle m each otter 
and Mt flwlr m&»T, My wtfe tells me what4be kids did wtoi«. 
But Tina merely robs ag^nst me gettlo^ that blasted wlitti 
hair all over my pants, meows c(»itwtodly and sits up on ter 
hind legs to be scratched behind tte ears. (That comes from 
eating tte dog food, I gness) . Her ecstatic closed-eye look 
and audible purr of satisfaction exwte pure devotion and adorat- 

IM. 

Ste lives in her cat honse. Now, get your mind out of tte gutter. 
Dogs Uve in dog bouses, don't they? It is a specially screened 
off area of tte garage built especially for her. In ttere is ter 
water bowl, her food dish and her nnltary facilities. (My 
wife also cleans ttet out.) Of course tte waisher and dryer are 
also in ttere, and ste sleeps in a twx on top of tte dryer. 

She spends ter days in our house getting hair on die fumitnre, 
scratching tte walls and tearing the drapes, but ste sleeps in 
her cat house. 

She is still as playful as a Mtten and got drunk as any hionan 
you have ever seen on Christmas day on a catnip monse. 

Ste avoids my wife too, knowing full well that my wife only 
lets ter stay around tecause of me. We settled ttet a l(»g 
time ago. My wife gave an ultimatim. "Either that cat goes or 
I do." I diose tte cat, but my wife stayed too. 

My wife knows tew much I love ttet stiqrid animal and bom 
well I treat her. So tte other day, when the cat finally esd^ 
from ter sttarching eyes, my wife almost feared facing roe wibea 
I arrived teme and to tell me that the cat was gone. 

Well, she told me. I began to rant and rave and blame my wife. 
Tten I conjured up all kinds of pictores of my poor deaf feline 
slaughtered by a large (tog she never teard coming or flattened 
by a dump truck whose rumble she never heard. All of this 
I imparted to my guilty-looking wife to get sympathy. 

Remorsefully, my wife told me of searching the netghborlwod 
all afternoon first on foot and then by car, to no avail. All ttie 
mi^bters toA Joined In tte search, all to no avail. Even our 
younger chiki (18 monflis) went with ter motter callii^, "Kl, 
Ki, Ki, come", not comprehemllng ttet Tina couldn't bear 
ter anyway. 

Now ttiat it was (burk tte problem was worse, and tte weather 
was extremely cold. I worried terribly about her safety. I 
too searched tte nei^iborhood oii foot and to Qie car, stUl to 
no avail. 

In absolute deqialr and resiped bvteving lost a memter d 
tte family, I decided to have a ctq^^f coffee alone with my 
Unlets to qid^ my Jangled nerves. 

SEE 'SUN SPOTS' yAGE 5 



_ Vbgnl* Aead) ftm Is pui^Nd ^my 
ly at 3t(W f^ff fc Avenue, Vl^lt ^m 

jlnlA. Mil «U 4mi^ of Mtm n^M 
bditorMt mfm^imm to 3lM Pm^ 



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411 



Thursday, Februory 9, 1967 



The-Vlrnlnki Beach Sun 



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Sldrmlthei Now Ovef 



Found at Last -- A Good War -- For the Consumer 



^"ITils one really wasn't a 
war. It was just a skirmish," 
said tbe major oilcompanydis- 
trict manager. "But if prices 
tai^ gone down any moreinVir- 
guiia B^ch, we would definitely 
bave bad a war on our liands." 

Since right after Christmas 
gasoline prices all over Tide- 
water have been fluctuating con- 
siderably, but the lowest rock- 
bot|om prices in Ihe entire 
area came about in Virginia 
Beach just before the end of 
January. 

Prices on both regular and 
high-test gas had dropped slow- 
ly to as much as six cents below 
the original price. 

Then almost as suddenly as 
the prices began droi^ing, they 
started rising again. Then it 
was over. 

What could have turned into 
a major gas war to rival the 
one th^ hit mtat of Virginia 
about six years ago, fizzled and 
tbe situaUoD returned to nor- 
mal. 

Gas wars, or skirmishes, are 
like any other wars. They don't 
just hi^^n. SomeUdng causes 
them. 

The causes and effects of Uiis 
one are dimcult to pin down, 
since there is a general reluc- 
tance to talk about the matter 
on the part of oil company rep- 
resentatives and service stiiion 
operators. 

One major oil company dis- 
trict manager, however, was 
wUling to Ulk, but he did so 
only after he was promised his 
name would not be used or di- 
vulged. 



He said there are many reas- 
ons that gas wars begin, but 
that they are usually started by 
the Independent or off -brand oil 
companies in a given area. 

^'Sometimes ^ they have lots of 
gas left in their storage tanks 
at tbe end of the year, although 
most of them sell all that can 
be produced," be said. "Or 
maybe they need a tax write- 
off, or maybe business hasn't 
l>eeD,up to par and they need 
the extra business." 





A GAS WAR FOUGHT WITH A 
PLANE? NO, THE PLANE JUST 
HAPPENED TO BE FLYING 
OVER WHEN THE PICTURE 
WAS SNAPPED. 



THE LOWEST PRICES OF 
THEM ALL WERE AT OFF- 
BRAND STATIONS OWNED BY 
INDEPENDENT OIL COMPAN- 
IES. 

* • * 

Regardless of the reason, that 
is what happened in Virginia 

Students 
Place In 
Contest 

Margaret Echlin, sophomore 
at Frank W. Cox High School, 
conped the second place award 
in the Thalia Lions Club annual 
peace essay contest. 

She will be presented with a 
$50 savings bond at the clul>;;s 
awante banquet this month. She 
is the daugbtec o| Mr.^Mri^ 
J. S, Echlin. : 

Other winners included Henry 
Ttiomas Padridc, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Henry Partidc of 245 
Driftwood Rd., who placedthird 
and will receive a $25 savings 
bond. He is a student at Old 
Dominion College. 

First place winner was Jean 
Aodre4rs of North Store Road, 
Norfolk, who will receive a $100 
savini^ bond mA anqwortunity 
to compete in the District 24D 
omtest in March. 

The contest was open to stu- 
dMts between tbe ages of 14 and 
22. 



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Beach, The independents drop- 
ped the price of gas, but the 
major pompanies did iKt't follow 
suit. 

"They waited four or five 
days," said the oil cnirtpany 
representative. "But mne of the 
major oil companies dropped 
their prices." \ 

All of the companies seemed 
to be waiting for the others to 
do something, according to the 
district manager. 

"Then it happened," he said. 
"ESSO dropped prices, and all 
others quickly followed, be- 
cause ESSO has about thirty per 
cent of th|s market.'' 

Prices dropped gradually, but 
to a point about three cents be- 
low prices in Norfelk. 

"The companies are thrones 
who usually lose wlien this hap- 
pens," said the oil company 
man. "The companies bear an 
average of four -fifths of the 
loss, and the dealers the rest, 
but the dealers often show a 
profit because they pump more 
gas." ^ 

This fact was borne out by 
several dealers. 

"It's psychological," said 
Jerry Osborn, of Osbom's Sun- 
oco at London Bridge. "They 
spend more money on more gas 
and buy a higher octane just be- 
cause it's cheaper." 



"I'm pumping more gasoline, 
but we're not asking a whole 

lot more money," said James 
Henry, assistant manager of the 
independent Kayo station on 
Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

Henry would not discuss the 
reasons behind the gas war. 

"It's too hot to talk about," 

he said. 

' * * * 





THE SIGN IN THE FORE- 
GROUND WAS HASTILY DONE 
IN CASE OF ANOTHER CH- 
ANGE. THE ONE IN THE BACK- 
GROUND WAS A BIT MORE 
PROFESSIONAL. 



At the height of the gas war, 
one manager, Kenneth Fay, at 
a Pure station on Laskin Road, 
simply had a hand-painted sign 
showing the price of gasoline. 



"I've been told by this com- 
pany that others might go down 
lower at any time and to be 
prepared," he said. "So why 
bother with a nice sign?" 

The oil company representa- 
tive said he felt the war may 
have been started in defiance of 
all the give-away games too. 

"I wish we could all do away 
with the games," he added, "and 
go tiack to selling gasoline, 
based on customer sadsfactioR 
with the dealer and his service.' 

Gas wars are extremely dan- 
gerous to the oil companies. 
They must be able to document 
their reason for lowering prices 
in a federal Inquiry. 

"I never tell my dealers to 
lower' prices," said the oil 
company manager. "Alllcando 
is tell them tjhat others have 
lowered theirs. Then if they 
want to drop, the company will 
work with them." 

The war is over noW, and few 
scars will remain very long. 



"It didn't last l(mg enough. 
In three weeks; not that much 
damage was done," he added. 

January and Februaryarethe 
months to be on the lookout tor 
gao w%rs, according to dealers 



and representatives, because. 
business is fiormally down. 

"So look out again next year," 
said one dealer^ 

Who knows? He could be ri^. 



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Sun Spots 

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 

, I reached under the shelf in one of the kitchen cabinets, and 
instead of a cotfee mug, I had trald of a fUrry paw. 

The paw reacted. The whole cat came awake, stepped out, 
went through unbelievable body gyrations to stretch each muscle, 
then meowed her happy greeting and go white hair all over my 
pants. 

How she got in there or when we'll never know. Why she 
didn't make a noise trying to get out, we'll never know. How 
long she had been sleeping in there after her explorations, 
we'll never know. But like a lost child returned home, we 
welcomed her back. Even my wife. 

Then we put her back in her cat house so we'd know where 
she was. 




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it 



Owl and Pussycat| 



We(%ewood Dinner Theatre 
tnd all its staff put a tremend- 
ous amount of work into its 
curreirt production of THE OWL 
AND THE PUSSYCAT by Bill 
ManIio&. The result is, obvious- 
ly, a roaring success and one 
of the finer bits of theatrical 
&rce to ply the boards anywhere 
all season. r 

TTie play is a rip-snorting 
"comdey with laugh lines from 
the slapstick to the sophisticat- 
ed. Yet there is a warmth and 
human pathos contained therein 
that is bound to bring sobering 



thoughts to any member 
audience. 

It, first of all, is a good 
ern scrl|ri that deals opeiU' 
amusingly with the subji*. 
prostitution. However, Blttintigl 
some of the language may iatn 
a "blue-nose's" nose a lUSke 
bluer, the play is by no mnnijit 
offensive to an adult tiylletoil' 
used to good plays aiidpMf^' 
acting. : ";■; 

To tell more than a meaiw; 
amount of the story would 
shameful because of the qotri 
and twists of the plot. Tlil| 
not to say the play is by 




The vrrglrtyg Beach Sun 



Thursctay, Februgry^9t 1967, 



aring Success 



lug AH 



Jiqrstery. Even the 

CWJ predict theend- 

ry beginning. But 

I md is attaint that 

plot unusually good. 

'jv/lthDorisknock- 

ix's door at two in 

j^f^^^.l, waking him and 

liU'lta U) atts>vor the door 

:lUtt< protense. 




Kellam Names 
Top Students 




SUSAN FINN 




■^asSs^-AT**' 5ip-'i*^» 



JUBYMCGRANAHAN 

Top academic honors have 
been awarded to Susan Finn and 
Judy McGranahan, Kellam High 
School Seniord^ who were named 
as valedictorian and salutator- 
lan last week. 

Selection of the top two grad- 
uates is based on the total cum- 
ulative grade average during the 
high school years. Susan and 
Judy had the highest academic 
averages in the 275 member 
senior class. 

Valedictorian Susan Finn's 
activity record is equally as 
impressive as her academic 
credits. Currently she is presi- 
dent of the Kellam International 
Language Club, vice president 
of the National Honor Society, 
a member of Trinity Tri-Hi-Y, 
and is a representative on the 
Inter-Club Council. 

Her first choice of colleges 
is the College of Notre Dame 
of Maryland but she is also con- 
sidering Longwood College, Old 



\as^ 






qO- 



.C^<>r;nt>t^ 



Dominion College, and Madiaoft 
College. 



She is the daughter of Mr^t 
and Mrs. John A. Finn, 33SS 
Terrazzo Trail. 

Judy McGranahan, salutatoVv 
ian, has equally impressive ae* 
ademic and leadership reoonf* 

According to Shirley Rorni*- 
tree, Kellam Senior GuldaiMf _^ 
Counsellor, only a few potHtf ^ 
separated the girls academio*^ 
iiy. 

Four times Judy was name<t 



Detts ts the believdbly un- 

inUMted prostitute who has 

eWcted from her room at 

ly hour because Felix 

luxllo.rd to report her 

with the shade up. 

ttM -lieUeTably inhibited Felix 

fm field glasses to view 

gaus in the next a- 

j^irtff^ building. \ 

^^ lit to Udeniably what she is, 
,%tilti attU Itts much warmth aiid 
>> ^tUtra. He, cm the other hand 
k ■Mudo-lntellectual would- 
te irrtt^ Htirely caught up on 
%if ^desire to remain aloof from 
IM rest of tte world. 
' Tltetr hMd-on clash, begin- 
^Uil at two that morning provide 
toagltt UVd tears for the next- 
two^iD(i>lalf hours^r the aud- 



Paul IddingSj as Felix, creat- 
es a consistent characterizat- 
ion that may sometimes lack a 
shade of feeling for the pathos, 
but is otherwise totally believ- 
able and entertaining. His com- 
edy timing with the laugh lines 
is excellent. Paul Iddings is 
definitely at his best in this 
type of role. 

Claudine Iddings, as Doris, 
has everything needed to make 
the role and the play success- 
ful. From the, bawdy to the 
sophisticated and from the dul- 
cet tones to the whiskey-bass 
voice , she portrays this com- 
plex character with a high de- 
gree of warmth and perfection. 

"THE OWL AND THE 
PUSSYCAT" is overall a well- 
rounded and polished product- 
ion .... of the best Wedgewood 
has done. HJL 



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AT IT'S BEST 
LARGE VARIETY 



Dome 
Dance 
Schedule 

The following Cabaret l^en 
dances have beeik announced 
F^ruary at the Dome by Sam 
Scott, Dome director. 

Cta Feb. 13, The Klngsmen will 
perform, on the 18th the Down- 
beats and the New Dimensions, 
On the 25th the Twilites and 
East Coastmen. 



WILLIAMSBURG'S 

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Tuesday 
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'■■, f}lrector FraakStarobamov- 
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She was a member of the Prtf?:f { 

proltelian is a delight. It nev- 
llP.'^feWII^ aad it is never too 



-to the Kellam Scholastic Tetm» YlA^^o^igb a beautifully de- 

Nji^-M^ His pacing of the 



cision Drill Team for _^ 
years. Currently she is involvM 
in Keyettes, National HonorSo* 
ciety, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y, uA 
Student Government AssociM 
tion activities.' 



, Pam Revolinsky,Ji(lt4c-*B M it 
[m Townes Linda tet^ if^jflp^ ct 



Judy, who plans to major in 
sociology at either Meredltti 
College or Mary Washlngtoa 
College, is the daughter of Mr, 
and Mrs. Theodore McGran«i* 
han, 2015 Salem Rd, 

Honor graduates with a Bav' 
erage and above are: Nau^ 
Robinson 
Reid, John 

derson Sherrill Smith Bill fiali^ 
owich, Linda Starkey, DanSwan- 
son and Charlene Stiles. 

'Also Linda Meagher, D«||l' 
March, Marilyn Morgan, Sidii 
Mowbray, Carol Martin, Dw 
Meddez, Carol Grose, Slwp 
Earhart and Alice EtberidMJ|- 

Others are Pat Bradley, BftUt 
ry Lanter,LynnCooks(n,lJI|l|<. 
Costner, John Cooney, BM||'i 
Cramer, Hope Wallace, VetiMt 
Denson, Nancy Daughtfy Md 
Janice Hughes. 



^'" VffUf'piifM's set is complete 

rMiMM to Uie lastarchitect- 

, |W4f(Ul, and is definitely her 



Jttoittlha are also in order 
Iv^AMmi- Staroba and Carolee 
WJoodT ior some of the most 
outlandish cost- 
tver seen at Wedgewood. 



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Thursday, February 9, 1967 Page 7 



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How! ■ ' 

Let^s Meet 
The Valentines 

Darrell Valentine strolled ptst a basement apartment when 
the door was ajar, got a gUii4}se of three pretty Northwest- 
Orient AirllMs stewardesses and therein begins the tale of 
bow a romance began with a Valentine. 

Mrs. Valentine of Princess Anne Plaza tells it this way: 

"It was in St. Paul, Minn., in 1958. I was a stewardess; 
Darrell was attending a Navy School there. We lived in the same 
apartment building. 

"One day he walked past our door .... we stewardesses lived 
in tlw basement apartment . . . .and we just sort of started talking, 
ttm dating. That was in March. In June, I got my ring, and in 
Octpber we got married. 

"We've had our share of funny Jokes about our name, but this 
is the first time I've ever been called for a Valentine story!" 

A i^ck around tlw Beach shows that love's old sweet song 
: is no dlflerentt today than It was in the days when a Valentine 
was hearts and flowers and bits of la<xaod never, never sign^; 
tten, as now, boy met girl, with or without benefit of a Valentine. 
But how? 



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With Mrs. Olga Etheredgc Edwards, the hand that slipped 
m m\6 baa#-o n her ftthi fH^'r left|pi4in|;....Utefillr 
.... fee inititf lorce that brt^ht Ibe coupM tofether. 

So beautifully gloved was it (his hand) that Mrs, Edn^ds 
was compelled to raise her eyes from ttw level of the street 
car tdcen box to the (ice of ^ tall man who was depositiiv 
the token. He, too, was beautiftf, die said. 

So beautiful, that as ttiey rode the street car to work daily 
^m S(Hith Norfolk to Norfolk, she planned and couiived untU 
she fooDd a mutual frieod to introdn^ them. 

Ctece on her own, however, she found the barrier of stony 
silence and imiifference every bit as frustrating and bothersome 
as 4as the meeting. 

Eventually, she came op with a plan. She suggested to him 
(Etheredge) that be come by her hooai oi» evening to meet a 
close frtend of hers. He did, bat alas for Mrs. Edwards, the 
friendsh^) - with ttie friend - flowished. It soon ran Its course, 
thoi^, uid flotuMlered, leavii^ Ethtredge again vulnenUile. 

^ anottwr friwd. . . .another meeting. 

Wary thlMime of letting a similar situation develop which 
might flourish rather than flounder, she "invented" a friend. 

"I told him to come over another night, but Qiis time I 
didnt have a girl for him." 

Strangely enough, tiM big hoax worked,- and though the ro- 
mance was a slow moving cme, the beautlfUlly-gloved Innd 
evedually produced the beautiful gold band, » 



The hand that dipped into tiie popcorn box was the one ^ 
sUpfMd the ring on &u reporter Carolyn McAllen's haod, 

Tbai^ Uiey were studMits at the same college, they were 
complete strainers who sat next to etch other -one ni^t at 
the ffiovie.^ 

They were strainers no more, tho^ by the time ttie movie 
was over: he'd drained the box ... . down to the very last kernel! 



Chesapeake ad man Bill Cummings met his wife on a "tn>ical 
Iforine bUnd i&ite." He ww stMi«i«! in California, accommo- 
dated a buddy by goinc on a Idiad (htte with him. Two weekmds 
later he married the tdind date* 

"We met one weetoid, hKl a date ttie following we^vxi, 
and the next week, on ati^Hliy pass, wenmtto Las Veps 
and ioH married. 

"She turned 18 Om di^ alter wt narrled. I turmd ^ d^ 
next weekend. That was aln»>tt 1$ y«Lrs ago. 

"Uf wm always uyt we've been narrled half our llv^. 

"Everyone said It wsuMnn 1^ As a matter of fkcL her 
parents are stil^ saying it,^ Commtap aid, 

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A housewives' session at the 
bri^t, new Plaza Skating Rink 

... a morning coffee party 

mothers and offspring whirled 
round atid round and round to 
canned but marvelous, modern 
music. . . a far cry from the tin- 
ny old-fashioned sounds of the 
dimly-lighted roller rink. > 

An IN place today. . . a fun place 
... where last week, in addition 
to coffee, doughnuts, and two 
hours of skating, the home- 
makers were treated to a fash- 
ion showing of what the well- 
dressed skater wears. Some 
style^ were, made-at-homes; 
others were from the rink's 
own shop. Radio personality Kay 
Foulkes did the commentary. 



(Sun Photos) 



ONE OF THE OUTFITS SHOWN 
IN THE FASHION SHOW WAS 
THE WHITE SKATING SKIRT, 
TOPPED WITH A PRINT 
BLOUSE. SKIRT WAS STRAI-. 
GHT IN FRONT, FULL IN 
BACK. 





TIME FOR TEA AND CAKES. 



WEARING WHAT SHE MADE, 
A MOSS GREEN VELVET 
SKIRT, PRINT JERSEY BLO- 
USE; THIS SKATER TAKES 
TIME OUT BEFOPT^ THE 
SHOW. 



Where the A ction Was 




CyRIOUS TO SEE WHAT 
LURKS BEHIND THE ARTSY- 
WINDOW COVERUP, PASSER- 
BY (U:fT) found SHE HAD 
TO WAFT UNTIL DOORS OPEN- 
ED (BELOW) AND EARLY AR- 
RIVALS EMERGED WITH TH- 
EIR BLACK CAT PURCHASES. 




MAMA HAS A FIRM GRIP ON RUBBERY-LEGGED LITTLE BOY. 



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Storing 
A 

Memory 



BY JEANNE MAGEE TUCKEK 
t Wemea's Editer 



Any true bargain hunter worth her salt no doubt last week 
faced one of the most frustrating decisions of the season. 

Two corkers took place on the same day: one a sample sale, 
in downtown Norfolk, the other a sale here at the Beach; one. 
with the perplexing name (d Black Cat. 

I have yet to figure out vhy a Black Cat sale in February. 
Sounds like it should be an Octol>er event. 

Non^eless....both are once-a-year door busters.... a 
dilemma like having Jackie Kennedy appear at the Beach at the 
same time Christina Ford (Henry's new and exciting Italian 
wife) is aH)earing in Norfolk. 

In addition to a few wispy bargains (ail I had time for) 
from the sample sale, and a few irooly oa^ from the Black 
Cat sale, two ^cts emerged: one, ttnt Just as many men as 
women rush to the sales, and two, Um great huge department 
store, hopeftilly, is not a thing of the past. 

The list of things-to-Aow-!]ai[ -chUdren-before-I-die is grow- 
ing longer aixl longer every iay. 

to- 

The newest addition is a grand, drafty, hi0j-ceilinged jam- 
packed department store. One id»re floor walkers wear bouto- 
nierres, elevators clang that distlnctiTe-flonndlng bell that can 
be heard all over the store, and ttiehasenintis crammed witt 
tables stacked high with all kinds of stuff: plain. ortf-fisMonerf 
stuff. 

I want them to sense the feel (^ a moving.Mcalator, to view the 
sight of the spfawUng floor as the moving staircase carries 
them to the next floor \xp. 

As I write this, I (AndOe recalling t^ little boys I've se«» 
gleefully bolting up ttie (town escalator or the child who siridenly 
balks at stepping ab(«rd, thereby throwii^ the whole waiting 
line into a tizzy of bluing bodies, like lead soldiers falling 
down. 

All nice, old stores Ittd tatfooms, too.... with marble-ttwed 
counters and eiwrmcHis, tovari^ sxh ftwmtalns . . . . wtere 
bowls of oranges, apples and baunas were pyramided .... wait- 
ii% for the white-capped foutain boy to du^ ttiem iv for go(^ 
desserts. 

And every UtUe girl in the dty had her hair cut in the depart- 
ment store barber shqj. This was always a very special occas- 
ion, (m that caUed for best ^us, twst coat and shiny btock 
Mary-Janes. ^ 

Ify ^re's (MMrea's hair c^t^ ^n was-tteigMd like a 
circus. The chUd was Uft«i to a earo«d torM, tad tte great 
white a)ver«) tos^ arMmdl kar %m a ftaer toirish and at 

(SEE MEMORIES PAGE 9) 



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The Virginia Beach Sun 



Thursday. February 9, 1967 



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Ava Quiney 

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Pwnicipates 
In Workshop 



Ava Qidncy, daughter of Mr. 
UKl Mrs. C. P. Quiney, Jr., 
4509 Reynolds Dr, and Mrs. 
Editti Larson, professor of dra- 
ma a^d English at Chowan Col- 
lege, partic^ted inaninstruc- 
tiooal dramatics workshop at 
Raleigh, N. C. last Friday and 
Saturday. 

A freshman, Miss Quiney 
performed in the Chowan Play- 
ers production of "South Pacif- 
ic" and is planning further ac- 
tivities for the college's drama 
dqnrtment. The workshop they 
attended was sponsored by the 
Carolina Dramatic Asso. 

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Powers^School Staff Meeting 

MANAGEMENT AND STAFF CONFER ON OPENING PLANS FOR THE JOHN ROBERT POWERS 
SCHOOL SCHEDULED TO OPEN IN MARCH IN PEMBROKE MALL. FROM LEFT ARE MRS. 
JAYNE DAVIS MAKE-UP INSTRUCTRESS; MRS. BOOTHE, HEAD OF THE INSTRUCTORS; 
aMHUR BOOTHE JR., GENERAL MANAGER; MRS. MARY COUNSELLOR, DIRECTOR OF 
PUBLIC RELATIONS; AND MRS, ANN GAUTIER, GUIDANCE COUNSELOR. THE STAFF WILL 
LEAVE SATURDAY FOR A TWO -WEEK PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION AT THE POWERS 
SCHOOLS' HEADQUARTERS IN BOSTON. ' 

Meeting 
Today 

Huntington Garden Club will 
meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the 
home of Mrs. R. L. Clifford, 
54K Leesburg Drive. V. A. 
Etheridge is the scheduled 
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Pine Tree Inn. John Fentress is 
the scheduled speaker. 



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Mr. and Mrs. William A. 
Wadsworth Jr. of Alexandria, 
formerly of Virginia Beach, an- 
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Amy Kendall, Jan. 11. Mrs. 
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Capping 

Rites 

Set at Post 



C^l^ing ceremonies for the 
post's Red Cross volunteers is 
scheduled for 10 a.m. today in 
the Fort Story Officers' Club. 
Mrs. Hugh W. Norman is chair- 
man of the volunteers. 

Ii^embers of the post's Of- 
ficers' Wives Club saw a show- 
ing of spring fashions from 
Rose Hall at their luncheon- 
meeting last week. The luncheon 
carried out the Valentine Day 
theme. 

iIts. Richard Eissfeldt and 
Hrs. Daniel Owens were co- 
taotf sses. Mrs. Robert J. War- 
nei*, wife of the deputy com- 
manding officer, was program 
director. 

Kempsville Garden Club met 
recently in the home of Mr. 
Wesley Hardison on Witchduck 
Road. Mrs. Hardison spoke on 
antiquing flowers. The club is 
planning a progressive dinner 
for meml>ers this month. 



Point 0' Woods Garden Club 
met over the card tables Tues- 
day in Eastern Shore Chapel. 
In addition to cards, a hats and 
hairpieces fashion show was put 
on by Miller & Rhoads. Mrs. 
Nell Trimble and Mrs. Selma 
Finney were co-chairmen. 

Fashions also were featured at 
the recent meeting of the Cin- 
clant Officers' Wives' Club. The 
luncheon-fashion show was held 
in the Navah Station Officers' 
Club. A collection of Rose Hall 
fiishions was shown. '' 

Whispering Pines Garden 
Club heard Mrs. Erma Mott 
speak on African Violet culture 
at the cliib's receiit meeting in 
the home of its president, M rs. 

J. E. Adams, on 21st street. 
M rs. Mott demonstrated means 
of prttptigating, cleaiiiiig« feed- 
ing and controlling African Vio- 
let plants. 




MRS. JOHN R. WILLIAMS, WIFE OF THBCOMMANDING OFFICER OF FORT STORY, AND MRS. J. 
P WHITE MEET OVER THE COFFEE CUPS AT A RECENT COFFEE GIVEN BY THE POST'S 
OFFICERS' WIFES' CLUB FOR WIVES OF RETIRED ARMY OFFICEPS IN THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
AREA. THE COFFEE WAS HELD IN THE OFFICERS' CLUB. 



Vegetable Art was the sub- 
ject chosen by Mrs. L. M. 
Caputo for her talk to mem- 
bers of the Princess Anne Hills 
Garden Club. Their meeting 
was held last week in Ocean 
Hearth Restaurant. Mrs. Caputo 
of Azalea Gardens Garden Club, 
made the salad bowl a center- 
piece, showing how to create 
tiger lilies, camellias and hya- 
cinths from vegetables. 

Mrs. Malcolm Todd was guest 
speaker at the Princess Anne 
Plaza Garden Club's recent 
meeting in Bow Creek Country 
Club. Mrs, Todd explained the 
principles of flower arranging 
to the members. 

Sgt. Frank Maloney of the 
Norfolk Police Department 
spoke on juvenile delinquency 
to members of the Tidewater 
Association of Home Builder's" 
Women's Auxiliary. Their 
meeting was held Jan. ^8. 
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When millions of persons in 
127 countries unite in prayer 
on the same day, it is a re- 
markable event. 

This occasion. World Day 
of Prayer, will take place tom- 
orrow. Local services, spon- 
sored by the Virginia Beach 
Council of Church Women, will 
be held at 11 a.m. in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Methodist Church. 

More than a program, World 
Day of Prayer is planned pri- 
marily for the purpose of lead- 
ing the participants into an act- 
ive experience of prayer. It 
is always (d>served on th^ first 
Friday of Lent. 

Queen Salbte Tupou of the 
Tonga Islands had ruled her 
islarol kingdom 47 years when 
she wrote, this year's service 
in^iges, jd^ bifdre hfer deWhi 
Since lS(«,<1Vcrt'ia Day of Prtt^fl- 
er has been observed onTtonga, 
the only country in the Pacific 
to remain an independent king- 
dom after the 19th cei^ry. 

Nor do the women stop at 
supplication. They bring mone- 
tary gifts to help support christ- 
ian interdenominational colleg- 
es and literature and literacy 
programs in mai^ countries a- 
broad and to suRiort national 
projects such as educational, 
recreational and child-care 
help for migrant workers, plus 
services to Indian youth. 

Mrs, Sidney Crane, wife of 
the pastor of Thalia Presbyter- 
ian Church, will be in charge 
of the program tomorrow. 




THE LATE QUElIU SALOTE 
OF THE TONGA ISLANDS, THE . 
AUTHOR OF THE WORLD DAY 
OF 'PrtAYER SERVICE fOR 
1967. QUEEN SALOTE RULED 
HER INDEPENDENT KINGDOM 
FOR 47 YEARS. THE FIRST 
OBSERVANCE OF THE WORLD 
DAY OF PRAYER EACH YEAR 
IS HELD IN TONGA; THE 
QUEEN ALWAYS LED HER 
PEOPLE IN THIS OBSERV- 
ANCE. 

l/istallation Set - 
at Bay Harbour 

The Bay Harbwir Club wlU 
laundi its new slate of officers 
with an installation party Satur- 
day night in the cltA. The in- 
stallation ceremony will be ac- 
companied by cocktails, dinner 
and dancing. 



Valentines 



(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7) 

Larry SanciUfli was a marked man from the day his wife Urst 
saw him. 

"It's fanta^e; jou wouldn't believe it," was Mrs. Sancil^o's 
reply to how she met hi^ husband. 

"Both our families tad summer homes on Long IslaM. One 
day I was riding wifti xaj family to our house and I saw Larry 
walking along the road, op his way to work. I'd never seen him 



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"I took one look at him ind Vnew. 1 said to my family, 'that's 
the man I'm going to mari'y.' " And she did. 



So, while not a single romance sprang from a penny Valen- 
tine.... or even a big, flowery dollar one.... it's- still a day 
of hearfe^ahd fiowcfs, red roses and pink candy hearts .... a 
(tey for iQpkipg back to the day YOU met YOUR valentine. 




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The yirginia Beach Sun 



Now It's Artsu-Craftsy Cupcakes 



Tilghman- Croonberghs Rites Preceded by Parties 



All tbe youngsters will dig tbese cnuty Op Art Cop Cik^s* 
and jm will too. They're a quick and easy treat for a cold 
afternoon. 

Make 12 large cup cakes using your favorite recipe or a cake 
mix. Frost with dark mocha frosting. Decorate with white 
orittfflental frosting. 

. DARK MOCHA FROSTING 

1 eq> sifted confectioners' sugar 

1/4 cup strohg cx)ikk beverage 
1/2 tsp. vanilla 

4 squares unsweetened chocolate 
melted 

IT soft butter or margarine 

Combine all ingredients. Chill. Beat until stiff enoQi^ to 
spread* Spread on tops of cup cakes. Return to refrigerator. 
When fro^ing is firm, decorate |rith white ornamental frosting 
put through a pastry tube. 



ORHAMENTAt FROSTING 

Cream 3 tablespoons butter or margarine. Blend in 1 cop 
confectioners' sugar. Mix well. Add anottier cop ontitectloners' 
sugar alternately with 1-1/2 tablespoons milk while creaming. 



SLEIGH RIDES 

4 squares (4 oz.) un^^tened chocolate 
4 cups strong, hot cmlee 
1/2 cup sugar 
1 T vanilla 




SERVE THE KOOKY CAKES^ITH MUGS OF STEAMING HOT SLEIGH RIDES COFFEE- 
CHOCOLATE CONCOCTION TOPPED WITH WHIPPED CREAM. 



2 cups heavy cream, divided 

Red sugar 

Candy Canes 



Memories 

(CONTINUED FROM 7) 

ertranced, watching a moving parade of pictures that wMt 
round and round as a carousel does . . . .all tlw while Uie barter 
is snip-snipping without once pindiing or palling a hair. 

The stKV had a fragrance all its own: one you coold sniff Hie 
second you stepped off tbe elevator. 

At Christmas time, yon wouldn't want to step off ft» elevator. 
The magic of the machines with ttieir prim and int)per operators 
was greatly magnified for the season. Tbe walls of th» Kpwaky, 
okl lift would be covered wiOi crepe paper made to look like 
bricks, the ceiling darkened mysteriously f xcept tor a few 
bri^ ceiling stars. ...and it would fly. ...or so It seemed.... 
to Toyland. Non-stop.... past floor after floor after floor. 

It would take a full ^y. froiq early mondng nnttl dosing 
time, to visit every one of these fk»rs....to nn ap tin down 
escalator, sit on the hi^ stool in Oe ornate old tearoom or 
tip-toe down to the ftmny, cramped basemei^ 

Department stores.... U I arrange my list alptabetlcaUy, 
the chiUren should see a d^iartment stme before a vUlage in 
Maine, and well before a railroad trU>. 

But above all, they'U see America before Europe. Ill 
cheat a little bit so they can see Boise before Bangkok, Se^e 
before Scotland, but will get back in order again tot Cheyenne 
before China. 



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Stir until sugar dissolves. Remove ffom heat and add vanilla. 
Pour 1-1/2 cups heavy cream Into a bowl, add hot coffee mix- 
ture and beat with rotary beater until very foamy. Pour into 
mugs. Whip remaining cream and top each mug with a spoonful 
Sprinkle with red sugar. If desired, use one candy cane in each 
mug as a decorative and flavorful stirrer. Makes 6 to 8 servings. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Granville 
Myres Tilghman, who were 
married at Galilee Episcopal 
Church here Saturday, Jan. 28, 
were honored at a number of 
pre-nuptial parties. 

Among them was a formal 
rehearsal dinner followed by a 
dance, Friday night in the Cava- 
lief'Hotel. 

Yiosis for the dinner were 
brothers and sisters of the 
groom's mother, and his grand- 
mother, all of North Carolina. 

They were Mr. and Mrs. Mack 
Dolphus Bissette Jr., Mr. and 
Mrs. Everette Lassiter Doffer- 
myre, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan 
Manly Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. 
Gale Denning Johnson and Mr. 
and Mrs. James McDaniel John- 
son. 

Also, Mrs. Nathan Manly 
Johnson Sr., Mrs. Elaine John- 
son Purdie and Mrs. Helen 
Johnson Wade. 

. . /. 
Hosts for the dance whichfol- 

lowed were Attorney General 
and Mrs. Daniel Rogers McLeod 
of Columbia, S. C . Mrs. McLeod 
is the bride's godmother. For 
the dance, Mrs. McLeod wore 
the melon chiffon gown she wore 
at her husband's inaugural fes- 
tivities Jan. 18. The bride wore 
a lemon brocade gown topped 
with a white wool evening coat. 

Both parties were attended by 
members of the wedding party, 
families and out of town guests. 



A wedding breakfiust for tbe 
couple, their families and out of 
town guests was given Saturday 
morning in the Bay Harbour 
Club by Mr. and Mrs. Peter de- 
Witt and Mr. and Mrs. Panl 
deWltt of Virginia Beach, and 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allen 
Tucker of Warrenton, N. C. 

For her wedding, the bride 
wore a gown of antique bridal 
satin; the scooped neckline and 
the short sleeves were edged 
in Alencon lace. Her veil was 
a handmade silk lace mantilla 
with a diapel-length train. 

V Her attendants wore slim, 



floor-lengtb taoss green 1^6- 
cade gowns, belted hi^ with 
Tose colored velvet ribboA. 
They carried bouquets of pow- 
der puff plidc carnations. Tbe 
bride's Iwuquet consisted of 
white cariiati<ms and artephaib- 
tis, with pink sweetheart roses. 

Mr. and Mrs. Tll^^unan wtU 
live in Dunn, N. C. 

Mrs. Tilghman is Uw daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Perre 
Croonenberghs of PinewoodRd. 
The groom's parents are Mr. 
and Mrs. Myres Winston Til- 
{fimm of Dunn, 



In the Mood To Garden? 



Looking wistfully out the win- 
dow tbese winter days and wish- 
lag you cooM t;et out in, the 
garden and do some work? 

Don't get feeilii fn sorry 
for ycMiself, advises Albert S. 
Beecher, extension horticultur- 
ist at Virginia Tech. There's 
plenty to accomplish, he feels, 
if yon really want to ge! to 
work. 

Your power lawn mover, for 
instance. Is it in first-class 
wofking ccmdttifn? This is tbe 
time to get it ready. If youdra't 
work on it yourself, take It to 
the shop now. Remember that 
it often takes a long time to get 
service during the spring rush. 

Here are mn-? «'.io • ; ijjes- 
tlons from Beecher on "now" 
work- 
Check your garden fartiture 
and accessories to see vdietter 
they jteed repalrli^' icpaiirting. 



Look at stored bulbs. Discard 
any that show evidence of rot, 
or cut away the decayed parts 
and dust the remainder of the 
bulbs with sulphur. 

See whether your garden 
stakes could stand a paint job. 

Look over the catalogs and 
see what garden supplies you 
could shop for now. This could 
save you time-consuming trips 
to garden ceiUers and nurseries 
on spring dkyi umeaMU fcmld 
be working in Ubii fitiP 




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Among area tennis enttus- 
iasts who made tlie trip to 
Richmond over the weekend fbr 
a tournament in ttie Richmond 
Arena were the Goodwin S. 
Jordan family, Mr. and Mrs. 
Sidney Hi^es, Mr. and Mrs. 
Austin Owen, Mr. and Mrs. 
Edward Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. 
George H. Harris HI and George 
Miles. 

Tickets were made available 
to tbe group thrwigh tte Vir- 



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sodatioQs. Mentfwrs d that 
groq>'s memberriiU) committee 
met recently in the home of 
Mrs. George McGnire, diair- 
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Thursday, Febrww'y 9» l^fif 



Cm Gripplers Face Graniiy 



The Frti* W. Cox HlghSc- 
hod wrestUos tMun &ces Gnn- 
I9. ttworrov oli^ in i^t sb- 
<!^ be tts toa^iest matelt of 
tte>MS(». Granl^, ttie district 
ik^rtts, is presently ttie nmi- 
ber (we taun in TidiNvttir with 
a 12-0 record. Cox has been 
b«^ai (mly bjr Norviev and 
Manry, and holds a S-Z record. 

Qaabf has eight of its 12 
wre^ers seeded in tite number 
«ie qjots In the current Tide- 
water mat ratings. Two other 
Comet wre^ers are ranked 
seccmd and third in their res- 
VKibm weight classes. 



Bruce Whltaker and Mike Hii- 
Tt^y are the only ^eded wres- 
tlers on Uie Cox team. Whit- 
akir, a senior, is Qte captain 
ttf the Cox 12. His U-0 re(»rd. 
Including three pins, has him 
radced second after Mike Har- 
rison of Granby. This match 

Roy Emerson 
Wins Trophy 

Ray Emerson, Bayside back 
wbo made both the All- Metro 
offensive and defensive football 
team for 1966, was awarded 
the school's Outstanding Ath- 
lete trophy and the Outstanding 
Bade trc^hy at the team's an- 
imal footi»ll banquet February 
2. Bayside head coach George 
VesprUle made the presenta- 
tions to EmersM, idK> placed 
second in total yardage in Qie 
Eastern District last season. 

Otiier troi^es presetted we- 
re the Outstanding Lineman a- 
ward to Joel Spencer, Most Im- 
proved Player to Gary Parisi 
and Sportsmanship to Mark 
Laubach. 

Nineteen varsity letters and 
stars were given to players, 
including six new lettermen. 

Featured speaker at the ban- 
quet was Frank Jones, football 
coach at the Universityb^ Rich- 
mond. 



Find Yovr^Name Contest Win- 
ner: Jola C. Bradiurne, 1351 
Penguin Cir., you havejust won 
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(rf und^Mted 154 lb. wrestlers 
amid prove to be the most ex- 
cittng ol ^ Evening. Whltaker 
is a promising contender for 
both district and state. 

Senior Mike Munriiey stands 
8-2-1 in the 165 lb. wei^t 
class. He is seeded Uiirdbehiad^ 
Steve Harrison of Granby, and 
has five pins to his crediL An- 
other b(q;>efor Cox lies in heavy- 
weight Chip Morgan. Morgan 
has credited six pins to his 1- 
1-1 record. He also faces an 
undefeated Comet, Danny Dumu 

Pat Murden, a newcomer to 
the team this semester, recei^- 
ly pulled a major district upset 
when he defeated Eddie Neath- 
erly of Deep Creek who was 
previously top seeded in a close 
2-1 match. Murden is undefeated 
after four matches and should 
prove tb be a district threat. 

!n other action the fourth 
place Cox basketball team will 
ttlfto bounce back into district 
play when they face Maury to- 
morrow night in an away game 
beginning at 8 p.m. 



Hockty Ttoiii 
Mokes ^but 

A mnr type of Virgbiia B^ch 
team made its debirt last week- 
end in Seaford, Del. 

Theiirst roller skating hock- 
ey team ever known in this city 
traveled to Delaware repre- 
senting the new Plaza Roller 
Rink. The team unfortunately 
lost its first game to the River- 
side, N. J., team. 

"But I was proud of the inex- 
perienced team, " said Tim 
Maloney, Plaza Roller Rink 
skating professional and coach 
of the team. "For a new team 
made iqp of fellows who have 
not been playing together long, 
they pat on a fine showing." 

The team has been practicing 
at the rink twice a week since 
Decemtwr and is a meml)«r of 
the Tri-State Hockey League. 

The next game is a,. home 
game for the Plaza Phantoms. 
They will play a doubleheader 
with Baltimore aa February 18 
at Plaza Roller Rink. 



♦ L^GAL NOTICES • LEGAL NOTICES ** LEGAL NOTICES *^ LEGAL NOTICES 



Boot Owners Booting Closs 
Coutioned To Stort Tues. 



A large number of boat own- 
ers whose registrations eq>ired 
January 1 and February 1, or 
will expire March 1, are caut- 
ioned by the Game Commission 
that game wardens and Coast 
Guard officers make no allow- 
ances for tardy renewals. 

Renewal notices have been 
sent to all of the above and 
many have been returned by 
the Post Office indicating Qiat 
the boat owner failed in his leg- 
al obligation to advise the Game 
Commission of changes in ad- 
dress. 

The Game Commission ad- 
vises all boat owners to check 
the expiration date on their 
certifi(^e or number so they 
won't be caught with an eiqdr- 
ed certificate when lx)ating sea- 
sop arrives. 



A basic seamanship and boat 
handling course will be conduct- 
ed by Flotilla 57 - U. S. Coast 
Guard Auxiliary at the Flotilla 
headquarters on 2198 Great 
Neck Rd. 

This is an eight week course. 
Registration will beat7:30p.m. 
Feb. 14. The public is invited. 

For additional information, 
call Flotilla Commander Arthur 
Conrad at 428-3599. 

• LEGAL NOTICES 

PROPOSAL 

Additions to Thalia 

Volanteer Fire Department - 

Thalia Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

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Sealed bids will be received at 
the Thalia Volunteer Fire De- 
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p.m., I Febrwury 23, 1967 for 
^proximately the following: 
One addition on South side of 
approx. 1470 square feet one 
story mi^onry, one adctttion 
west end of office area ot^- 
prcnc. 160 square feet, and site 
work. 

Coirtract documents, including 
drawings and ti.chnical speclf- 
icatiMis, are on file at the build- 
ings* ": and Contractors' Ex- 
change, Dodge Plan Room, and^ 
Thayer & Wallace, 600'W. 25th 
Street, Norfcrik, Virginia. Con- 
tract documents are available 
for purcluse at Thayer & Wal- 
lace. 

Bidders will be required to have 
a 1967 Virginia Contractors 
Certificate. 

A bidders bond or certified 
check made payable to the City 
of Virginia Beach,, in a sum of 
not less than 5% of the amount 
bid, must accompany each pro- 
posal. 

The owner. City of Virginia 
Beach, reserves the right to 
reject any or all bids. 

C. G. Clough, 
Purchasing Agent 
City of Virginia Beach 
2 9 2T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON 

THE 1st DAY OF FEBRUARY, 

1967. 

IN CHANCERY 
Docket No. I0609-A 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 

a mwiciiAl corporation,. 

Comidainant , 

vs. 

JAMES T. COSTON, 

Deceased, a/k/a 

James T. Costen, et al., 

Defendants 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of the above styled 
suit is to sell, free w& clear 
of all liens and encfflnbrances, 
for the satisfaction Of the liens 
thereon, those certain lots, tr- 
acts or parcels of land, sit- 



uated in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and l»unded 
airf descried as follows: 

ALL ttosG two certain lots 
or parcels of land, located in 
the City of Virginia Beach (for^ 
merly in Princess Anne County, 




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Virginia), known, numbered and 
design^ed as l»ts numbers 
forftr-e^t (48) aod sixty-two 
(62), 'OT the plat <rf the pro- 
perty of C. M. Hodgraan, jnade 
by C. F. Petrle, C. E., dated 
August 2, 1912, and duly reoird- 
ed in said Clerk's Office In 
Map Book 4, Mge 282j to which 
said plat reference is hereby 
made for a more particular 
description of said lots. Said 
lots front 30 feet, more or less 
oil the north side of Lake Street 
and extend north between paral- 
lel lines to ^Little Creek Road, 
as shown 'on skid plat. 

It being a part of the same 
property conveyed to the gran- 
tor herein by deed recorded in 
the Clerk's Office of the City 
of Virginia Beach in Peed Book 
89 at page 140. 

All those four certain lots, 
pieces or parcels of land, kn- 
own, numbered and designated 
as Lots Nos. thirty-four (34), 
thirty-five (35), seventy-five 
(75), and seventy-six (76)ontte 
plat showing subdivision of the 
property owned by Charles M. 
Hodgman in Princess Anne Co- 
unty, Virginia, which plat was 
. made by C. F. Petrie, Civil 
Engineer, on the second day of 
August in the year 1912, and is 
duly recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia in Map Book 4 at page 
282, the said lots hereby con- 
veyed being more particularly 
described as follows: beginning 
at the intersection of Little 
Creek Road and Pine St., as 
shown upon said plat; thence 
running in a smithwesterly dir- 
ection along the west side of 
Pine St., a hundred and forty- 
five feet to a stt*, thence con- 
tinuing a hundred and forty- 
five feet along eastern side of 
lot no. 76 herein conveyed a 
distance of one hundred and 
forty-Qve feet to j Lake Street, 
thence running along the north 
side of Lake Street in an east- 
erly direction a little norttt a 
distance of sixty feet to a stob, 
thence running north a little east 
a hundred and forty-five feet 
along the western side of Lot 
75 herein conveyed to a stob, 
thence continuing a hundred and 
forty-five feet along the western 
side of Lot 55, herein conveyed 
a hundr«l and forty-five feet 
to Little Creek Road, thence 
along south side of Littte Creek 
Road sixty feet to point of be- 
ginning. 

- It being the same property 
conveyed to James T. Costen 
by deed cfaUed September 14, 
1916 of Charles M. Hodgman 
and Vir^nia M. Hodgman, his 
wi'e recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia in Deed Book 99 at 
page 67. 

And it appearing from the 
averments of the Bill of Com- 
plaint filed herein and by affi- 
davit duly filed: 

FIRST: That diligence has 
been used by and 00 behalf 
of the complainant to ascertain 
in what county or corporation 
the following defendants are, 
without effect, and their last 
known post, office addresses, 
where known, are as follows: 



John Wesley Willis 
Address Urjcnown 

Earnest Walter Willis 
Address Unknown 

Paul Terrence WUlls 
. Address Unknown 

James Phillip Morris 
5 Hplborn Park 
Dorchester 21, Mass. 

Mary Lou Morris 
5 Holborn Park 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Robert Caston WilUs 
225 South 58th St. 
Philadelphia 39,<J>a. 

Coldren Leroy Willis 
Riverton, New Jersey 

SECOND: That the said James 
T. Coston and other defendants 
in this suit may have died liv- 
ing beiQ^ devisees, personal 
r^reseatatives, surviving con- 
sorts, or< lien creditors and if 
so, ttwirnuiesareinknownand 
telr last known pc^ otA(x ad- 
drsss^ are unknown. Iliat 
ttwre art or nj^ be persons 
otter Ou QM»e msa^ to the 
B0 ei Complal^ icter«sted in 
^ rwl estate & be disposed 
<tf to Ms suit wb«se ittnes and 
la^ kaovn pcMit (^c« atUresses 
are udowwn. 

It is, tterrfore, CWDERED 
that tte at>ove named persons, 
tf living, and if dead, tlietr heirs, 
devisees, lien creditors and 
personal represent^ves,andlf 
nartied, ftelr respective con- 
sorts, aiMJ aU other persons 
otter ttoQ thi^e herein nunM, 
1^ are or mi^ be Interested 
In H^ £etl Mllte to be dis- 
posed of in ttiis suit, wnoK 
mats are wknown, do aK)nr 
wlttln ten days after doe (Ni>- 
U«iti(« (d HUm imtlce and do 
itet Is oecesary to protect 
ftrir iitferesti. R Is fiirflwr 



* LEGAL NOTICES 

ORDERED that the foregoing 
portion of this Order be pub- 
vtJ^d once a week for lour 
successive weeks In the Vir- 
ginia BMch Sun, a newspaper 
piiJlished in tke City of Vir- 
^a Beach, Virginia. 
TESTE: 

JOHN V. FENTOESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
1 ASK FOR THIS: 
Stanley A. PhilUi», p.a. 
Assistant City Attorney 

2 9 4T 

PURSUANT to a decree entered 
in the Circuit Court of ttie City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on the 13th day of January, 
1967, in the suit of R. F. Filer, 
W. H. Miles and R. F. Filer, 
Jr., partoers trading as Nor- 
folk Sash and Door Company, 
complainants, v. Robert L. Bar- 
rett and Frances K. Barrett, 
et als, defendants, therein pen- 
ding, I ^ir otter for sale at 
public auction, for cash, on 
Friday, March 3, 1967, at 12:00 
o'clock Noon, at the front steps 
of the Courthouise of the Cif- 
cuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, at Prin- 
cess Anne Station, Virginia Be- 
ach, Virginia, the following pro- 
perty: 

^LL th^t certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, with the build- 
ings and improvements thereon, 
and the an^urtenaaces thereunto 
belonging, lying, situate and 
being in Lynnhaven Boroi^h in 
the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and known, numbered and 
designated as Site number thir- 
teen 413) in Back Neck Cove, 
as shown on a certain lAai or 
survey entitled "Subdivision of 
Martin's Acres, Lynnhaven Bo- 
rough, Virginia Beach, Virg- 
inia, dated August 26, 1963, 
and made by Frank D. Tarrall, 
Jr., Si Associates, Surveyors 
and Engineers" which said idat 
is duly of record in the Clerk's 
omce of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Brach, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Book 60, at page 
36; Reference to said plat is 
hereby made for a more part- 
icular description of said Site. 

ALL of the above property sit- 
uate in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. This sale will 
be subject to the ai^[>roval of 
the Court. 
BIDDER'S DEPOSIT: 10% ** 

Riclmrd M. Smith 
Special Commisstoner 

I certify that the bond required 

in the above decree has been 

duly given. 

By; J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Richard M. Smith. 

800 Va. Nat. Batdc Bldg., 

Norfolk, Va., 23510 

E 9 4T 
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COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's POfflce of the 
Circuit Court of d»e City of 
Virginia Bf^h, 00 the 30th day 
of January, 1967. 
Minnie L. Belangia, Plaintiff, 
against 

John M. Belangia, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to dMaUi a div- 
orce a vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds that the said parties 
have lived separate and aptrt 
from each other without any <»- 
habitation and without interrup- 
tion for a period in excess of 
two years. , 

And an affidavit havii^been 
made and filed that the 4efend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 501-AEh- 
ringhouse Street, Elizabeth City 
North Carolina. It is ordered 
that be do tffpeu here within 
10 (Ten) Days after due roblic- 
ation hereof, and do wttu may 
be necessary to protect his 
bferest in ttiis suit. 

A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN 'V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Reuben E.Spa«lorfer,Att)i 
322 Uw Building, 
NorlbUc, Virginia 23510 

2 9 4T 

COMMCMWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Ctfflce of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, oa the 1st day 
of February, 1967 
Mary Jean Sprulll, PlalntUf, 
against 

Edward J. Sprulll, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Tte object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
t^ro to be l^r meifad ii^ • 
decree of divorce a uoeuto 
matrimonii from Qie said <te- 
fendant upon ttie gre^ax^ (tf 
(tesertlOT, 

And an affidavit having bewi 
made and filed tiat the defnid- 
ant is anon-resi(^ittofttw^ate 
of Virginia, the last known p(mt 
oflice address being: 2980 1^- 
mont R<»d, N. E. AtlanU, 
Georgia. It is ordered ^ ttie 
do appear here wlOiin tea (10) 
<bys after due^wbllcatlon tore- 
of, ami do what maybe neces- 
sary to protect his interert la 
this suit. 



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A Coiqr-TMt*:, 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

By; J. ctmiB mwt, d.c. 

Mtsflrs. Br3N%«, Broyles & 
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NOnCE TO MEMBERS 

GENERAL HOSPITAL OF 

VntGDOA BEACH. INC. 

Puri^iiM to tke terms of a 
r«8olitfliio wSo^eA Iqr ttie Board 
a Dtnetor* of GENERAL 
R06PETAL OF VIRGINU BEA- 
CH, mcORPORATED, at a 
muVof (taly ailed and l^aUy 
ImM On lURMry 27, 1967, a 
spcctel ffitetii^ of tbe Members 
of sakl sorponiion will be held 
In tlwSI^ Lounge of tteHosp- 
ital, ll 1060 First Colonial 
RoMl, Vlrflnia Beach, Vir^nla, 
on Friday. Ibrch 24, 1967, at 
4:00 P. M., for the pnipose 
of cooflitorinf and voting wpoa 
ttm tOaiiaaa (tf anvaendmaitto 
and rutatoneol of Its articles 
of Ineor^rattoo. Coi^es of Um 
pnvoMd artldei^of amendment 
and reilitemeotwIUiMsundled 
to Morilwrs vpoa nqp^st, at 
tte riiitered office of tbe 
eorporitlon , at 2413 Pacific 
Avenm, Vlrgtala Beach, Vir- 
ginia, or at Um office of the 
Administrator, at 1060 First 
Colonial Road, Virginia Bnch, 
VirglBia. 

By diredioo (d the Board (d 
Directco'st 

R.B. TAYLOR, Secretary 
2 9 2T 

NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

/The Virginia Beach Zoning 
Beard oi Appeals will andoct 
a Ptidic Hearing on Monday, 
FCbroary U, 1967, at 1 P.M. 
in tte BoikUng Official's office. 
City Hall, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
giiOa. Tbe following andication 
wiU appear on the agrada. 

I. C. A. Womacl[ request 
a variance of 21 feet from re- 
quired 30 feet to 9 f^t on f roitf 
settadc of Lot 4, Btodc 1, 
Sectton 1, Cape Henry, 6204 
Ooeaa Frool. Lyonhavra Bor- 

0U|^ 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST 
APPEAR BEFORE THIS BOARU 

Loyd D. banters 

(lOyd.P.&aada's 
Secretary 
2-2-2T 

COMM ONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In flw Cleric's Office of the 
Circoit Court of tfae City of 
Virglflto Beach, on the 28th day 
of Janary, 1967. 
Carol Am Osborne, Plaintiff, 



BMmtf Jacic OOnant, Defend- 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Tte object of this suit is 
lor ON said plaintiff to obtain 
a <H«oret a vtooUo m^rtaKwii 
ftom tbe sakldefMMtaurtiqiootbe 
grooBds of two ]retrs separat- 
ion. 

And an aflfatovit having bsM 
made and filed that (be def^- 
ai4 is not a rodent <^ Upstate 
<tf Virgiste, tte last know post 
offiM addnss teing: Harlan, 
XentaGlf. 

It is ordered OuU i» do ap- 
pear bsrt wima 10 (Ten) Days 
after <te piMicatkDtenof.aad 
do liitf iBsy te necesnry to 
prottet his l^re^ in this suit 
ACflpy-Ttste: 

JOHN y. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: niYLLS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Ate S. MlraiaB. At^. p.q. 
One MalnPlasa East, 
Norfolk, Va. 

2 2 4T 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
to tte Clerk's CftRce of the 
Clreott Conrt of the City of 
VirtbMt Beach, on tte 27th 
<taf of HKmxj, 1967. 
TteJBaWoan Boetdwr, 



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divwoe a VlncoloflatrUnonli 
for tte sak! defendant vpsa tte 
gnjonds of desertloD. And an 
aiMbvlt having been OMle and 
filed that the defendai^ is a 
non-resident of ttie State of 
Virginia, tte last knom post 
(Mob address teing: RoUta« 
Acres, Route #4, Lot 16, Cham- 
berslHirg, Pa. It is ordered ttiat 
he do an«ar here witirin 10 
(ten) days after'due publicatt«i 
hereof, and do what may be^ 
necessary to protect his inter- 
est in ttls siiit. 
A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Mr. Garland M . Layton, Atly. 
P. 0. Box 5211 
Virginia B each, VirglnU 

2 2 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 26th DAY OF JANUARY, 
1967. 

Minnie BeU AK)leton, plaintiff 
again^ 

John Albert Appleton, Jr., de- 
fenduit. 
CaiDER OF PUBLICATION 
Tte object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to (Attain a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from Uie said defendbmt, upon 
the grounds of desertion and 
abandonment. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 100 Sun- 
shine L«ne, Reno, Nevada. It is 
ordered tttat he do a^^iear here 
within 10 (Ten) Days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this stdL 
A Copy-Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Phyllis Newman, D.C. 
Messrs. Owen & Guy, Attys. p.q. 
4S6S Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2 2 4T 
\ J- 

NOTICE 

VIRGINU: 

Tte regular meet^ of tte 
Council of tte City of Virginia 
Beach will be teld in the Cir- 
cuit Court on Monday, February 
13, 1967 at 2 P.M. at which 
time persons will te heard for 
and against tte following pro- 
posed changes fd x<ming, wt 
permits, etc: 

I. AppUcaticm of tte Honor- 
Ale CoaneU oC4te City of Vlr- ^ 
gtoia Beach tor achange of zon- 
ing toCeneral Commercial Dls- 
trld 3 (C-G 3) of certain pn^ 
erty locked on tte Soutteast 
comer of Vista Circle and Old 
Norfolk and Souttern Railroad 
Right of Way, fronting 393.27 
feet on tte South side of Old 
Norfolk ud SoQttiem Rdlroad 
RtgtU of Way, rmming a di^ance 
of 560.48 feet along tfae Eastern 
prc^rty Une, 746 feet more or 
less aloi% tbe Southern prt^rty 
line, a portion of which is Lynn- 
tevra Drive, tevlng a distance 
of 101.44 feet along tte Western 
ivoperty line, Eastern property 
llM of Vista Circle. Lynnhaven 
Borodth. 

n. AppUcation of J. J. Stand- 
ing for a change of zoning ftrom 
Motel-Hotel (M-H) District to 
RetaU Business (B-1) District 
on certaiit property located at 
tte Southeast corner of 5th 
Street and Atlantic Avenue 
fronting 100 feet alor^ tte Ea^ 
side of Atlantic Avenue and 150 
feet along tte South side of 5th 
Street. Virginia Beach Borou^ 

HI. ApplicaUoi! of Colony 
Holding Corporatiui tor a Use 
Permit to construct 42 nK^el 
units located on tte Nortorast 
corner of AQantic Avenue and 
16th Street, frcmUng 130 feet 
atong tte East side of Atlai^ 
Avenue and 150 feet along tte 
North side of 16th Street. Vir- 
ginia Bea(A Bonwgh. 

IV. ApplieatioQ of M . Jl Wall- 
er for a Use Permltto construct 
30 motel apartment units locat- 
ed on tte NorUieast corner of 
4th Stre^ and Pacific Avenue, 
running a distance of 140 feet 
along tte Eastern side of Pacif- 
ic Avenue, running a distance 
of 150 feet along the Norttem 
side of 4th Street Virginia 
Beach Boroi^^ 

V. Application of J. J. Stand- 
ing and F. D. Tarrall, Jr. tor 
a dange of toaiag fremi!eri- 
denee Dqdn mstrict 2 (R-p 
2) to Limited Commercial Us* 
trl(4 2 (C-L 2)^ eerteln lob 
touted on toe Norttwest corter 
St Lttridn R(^ udttwytr Aw- 
me. Sato Ivxl stewn as Lm 
5,6,7,9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 
15, Plat of Maple Terrace. 
Lyuteven Bormi^ 

VI. ArffliMtion of J(te Ray 
P^er wd Dean S. Potter, Jtt 
tsf Janes, CmsoIto, Pldnttaad 
Can^Ml for a <Ma^ of ^o 
^ £ran ResbtoBM Stiwtaa 
DUrlct 2 (R-S D to Mil^ 
ramliy Residenee D^rtd^- 
10 and a Use Permit tot^erate 



professional offices on certiin 
proper^ tocated oo toe&^- 
east cori^r of WiUlwood Drive 
aiKl First Colonial Road frontii% 
162 feet along the South' sUe of 
Wlldwood Drive asti running a 
distance of 252 foet altuig tte 
East side of First Colonial 
Road. Lynnteven Borough. 

VII. An)licatlon of L.Charles 
Burlage aiyl Hins S. Ro^n- 
stock for i a chai^ of zoning 
from Residence I^lex District 

2 (R-D 2) to Limited Com;nerc- ' 
lal District 2 (C-L 2) on cer- 
tain prt^rty located on tte 
North side of Shore Drive be- 
ginning at a point 450 feet East 
of Cherry Tree Place frontii* 
156 feet along tte North side 
of Stere Drive. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 

Vm. Application of J. D.Mur- 
den for a Use Permit to con- 
struct a gasoline suivly stat- 
ton located on tte Northwe^ 
corner of Great Neck Road and 
Virgtoia Beach Boidevard, 
ft-Mtlng 102 feet along tte Norto 
side of Virginia Beach B<Hile- 
vanl and frontingfi distance of, 
180 feet atoog the. West sUe (d 
Great Nedc Road. Lynnhaven 
Borot^ 

IX. Application of Three "J" 
Ranch by'M. H. Moore for a 
Use Permit to operate an anti- 
que step on certain property 
located on the Norto side of 
Salem Road, beginning at a 
point 2130 feet more or less 
West of Landstown Road,fr(»it- 
tog 125 feet on ttie North side 
of Salem Road. Princess Anne- 
Kempsville Borou^ 

X. ^q^cation of Susan W. 
Byars, ElizabethW. Gray, Phil- 
ip M. ^ Whitehead, Robert E. 
Whitehead for a change of zoning 
from General Commercial Dis- 
trict I (C-G3) and Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Commercial District 

3 (C-L 3) on certain property 
located on the North side of 
Princess Anne Road teginning 
at a point 218.96 feet East of 
Overland Road and fronting 200 
feet on tte North side of Prin- 
cess Ante Road. Kempsville 
Boroi^ 

XI. Application of Five Parts, 
Inc. for a chan^ of zoning from 
Limited Commercial District 
I (C-L 1) toGeneral Commerc- 
ial District I (C-G 1) and a Use 
Permit to operate a gisoline 
supply station on certain prop- 
erty located on the East side 
of 4ntependeRC«- -Boulevard be- 
gktudng at a point 1 50 feet more 
or less North of Smokey Lane, 
running a distance of 50 feet 
aloi^ Independence Boulevard. 
Bayskie Borough. 

Xn. Application of Lake 
Wright, Golf Course for a Use 
Permit to operate a golf course 
and driving range on certain 
property located on the North 
side of Northampton Boulevard 
at the Virginia Beach-NorfoQc 
City Ltoe having a frontage of 
1258.87 feetalong the North side 
of Norttempton Boulevard, run- 
ning a distence of 2713 feet 
more or less along the West- 
em bomdary line (Virginia 
Beach-Norfolk City Line), run- 
ning in an irregular shape along 
the Norttem property Une 460 
feet more or less to Burton 
^tfoo Road, running along the 
Western side of Burton Stotion 
Road and Lots 5 and ^ of Amy 
Parker and Lots 1 through 12 
of tte Stdxlivision of Sinmn 
Elliott Estate and toe Western 
pr(4>erty Une of Mary Rosanna 
Ahman to tte point of tegtoning 
BaysMe Borot^ih. 

Xin. AppUoition of A. D. 
Miller by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorn^, for a change of zon- 
ing from Multiple Family Re- 
sidence District (R-M) to 
Limited Commercial District 
2 (C-L 2) on certain property 
located on the East side of Rud- 
der R(^, beginning at a point 
490 feet more or less South of 
(M Virginia BeacKRoid, run- 
ning a distonce of 463.5 feet 
on the East side of Rudder 
Road. Lyiuihaven Bnrouph, 

XIV. plication of Douglas 
F. Mason for a Use Permit 
to operate overnight camplr^ 
facility ' on rertoio proper^ 
located 210 feet more or less 
West of Colecliester Neck Road 
teginning at a point 1200 feet 
mtre or less South of Mc- 
Clvman t^w, a combined dis^ 
tance it 1740 feet more or less 
along tte Norlhern arel West- 
ern property Hne, a combined 
distance of ltU»8 feet more or 
l988 aloQff^Swtternpit^rty 
UM, and a cMiMMdHistoncenf 
710 feet iMre or l(»s alwg tte 
Eastern pR^erty line.Saidj^r- 
crt tevli* a M-foot strip for 
access to ColecJiester NeckRrt. 
Itort (Mailed information a - 
nfliUe to m Office of te 
Ci^ PUttiinK Comnisston. 
Prtoctts Aim Borwigh. 

XV. AwiortiM of Delbi 
^^tf^ Corp^ttM by Oweo 
Md Guy, Attorney^ for a ctange 
of SMing horn Residence St4>- 



urban District 4 (R-S 4) toGen- 
eral Commercial District 2(0- 
G 2) and Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2). 

Parcel 1 to be C-G 2: Oa 
certoin. pr<*erty teginning at 
ft potot at the Northwest lirter- 
section of Lee^ighlandsBoule- 
>fard and South Lynidiaveii Road 
and running a distonce of 150 
feet more or less along the 
West side of South Lyimteven 
Road and a distance of 170 feet 
more or less along the North- 
ern side of Lee Highlands 
Boulevard. 

Parcel 2 to te C-L 2: On 
certain property beginning at 
a potat 150 feet more or less 
North of the intersection of 
South Lynnhaven R(»d and Lee 
Highlands Boulevard. Said par- 
cel fronting 320 feet nwre or 
less, along the Western side of 
South Lynnhaven Road. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

XVI. AppUcation of Joseph 
Watson, Jr. by Thomas C . Broy- 
les , Attorney, for a ctonge 
of zoning from Agricultural 
District 2 (C-L 2) beginning 
at a pdnt on South Lynnteven 
Ro^ 1^ feet more or less 
North of Fern Ridge Road, run- 
ning a distance of 390.45 feet 
along tte South ^ide of South 
Lynnteven Road. Said parcel 
teing triangular in shape. 
Princess Anne BorougB.''*^ 

XVn. AroUcation of 21 North- 
east Corporation for a change 
of zoning from Retail Business 
(B-1) District to General Busi- 
ness (B-2) District on certain 
property located on the North- 
east corner of Pacific Avenue 
and 21st Street frontii^ 140 
feet on the East side of Pacific 
Avenue and 75 feet along the 
North side of 21st Street.' Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough. 

John V. Fentress, City Clerk 

By: Margaret M . Hood 
Deputy City Clerk 

1 2-2-2T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In toe Clerk's (Xfice of toe 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the llto day 
of January, 1967. 
Donald E. Ulrey, Plaintiff, 
against 

Kathy Joyce Ulrey, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The lAject of this suit islOr 

toe said plaintiff toobtatoadv-^ 

orce a mensaetthorotol)el|ier 

Jter^ into a decreeotifivlKel 

a vinculo matrimonii fronkhe; 

said defendant, upon toe ^itinds ' 

Of desertion. 

And an affidavit tevlng been 
made and filed that due dil^[snce 
has been used by or in t)jialf 
of toe complainant to find to 
which county or corporation tte 
defendant is wittetrt «ffect^ tte 
last kno^D post office address 
teing: 241 Fighter Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virg^a. It to 
ordered that she do appear tere 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
pubUcation tereof, and do wtet 
may te necessary to protect 
her toterest in Uiis suit 
A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1 19 4T 



above st?^ed salt, toe object of 
irtd(A is for tte takli« ot de- 
positions at the law offices of 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, 
1369 La^cto Road, Virginia 
Beach, Vlrglfaia ,. on toe 20to 
day of Ft^^my 1967 at 10:00 
a.m. to order to oi^sdin a divorce 
a mensa et ttoro divorce de- 
cree ifrom toe said defendant, 
upon toe grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavU tevlng teen 
made and filed that toe de- 
fendant is not a resident of toe 
Stole of Virginia, toe last known 
post office address teing: Route 
5 Box 190, MUton, FlorMa. 
It Is ordered ttet she do appear 
here wltoin 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
wtet may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in tois suit. 
A Copy - Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. p.q, 
1369 Laskto Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1 19 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In tte Clerk's Office of toe 
Circuit Court of toe City of 
Virginia Beach, on toe lOto 
day of January, 1967. 
IN RE: ADOPTION OF 
RAYMOND PURNELL BUTLER 
BY: JOHN L. BROWN 
and 

ANNIE B. BROWN, 
hustend and wife, Petitioners. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Aj^Ucation is hereby made 
for an order of publication to 
toe ateve styled suit, toe object 
of which is as follows: 
TAKE NOTICE, ttet we wlU 
move toe Circuit Court of toe 
City of Virginia Beach on Jan- 
uary 20to, 1967 at 10:00 a.m. 
to grant its consent to toe adopt- 
ion of Raymond Pumell Butler 
by Jote L. Brown and Annie 
B. Brown. 

And an affidavU tevlng been 
made and filed ttet tte natoral 
btoer, Aaron Butler is not a 
resident of toe Stote of Vir- 
gtoia, toe last know post office 
address teing 45 10-4 1st Street, 
Brentwood, Maryland and Grace 
Jones, toe said natural mother, 
whose last known a^ress is 
4716 WitcMuck Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, it is ordered 
ttet ttey do ajwear here wltoto 
10 (ten) days after due publi- 
cations hereof, and do wtet may 
te necessary to protect toeir 
interest to UUs suit. 
A<:<«)y- Teste: 
J0IN V. FENTRESS, €i,ERK 



COMMONWEALTH of VmCINU 

to toe Clerk's Office of toe 
Circuit Court of toe City of 
Virginia Beach, on the llto 
day of January, 1967. 
Alwyn Bell Robertson, PlatotUf 
against 
Helen Lee Rdt>ertoon, Defendant 

ORDER OFPUBLICATICH? 

The object of this suit is 
for toe sakl platotiff to obtato 
a divorce a mensa et thoro to 
te later merged toto a decree 
of divorce a vinculo matri 
from toe said defendant," 
the grounds of desertion fttli- 
out just cause. 
, And an affidavit tevtog^ 
made and filed ttet defen^mt 
is not a resident of toe Slite 
of Virginia, toe last know post 
office uldress teing: 1031 
Nortowest - 7to Avenue, Fort 
Lauderdale, Fforite. 

It is ordered ttet she do ap- 
pear here witoin 10 (ten) days 
after due pAIication hereof, 
and (to wtet may be necessary 
to protect her interest in this 
sutt. 

A C(^ - Test: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLE NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs, Brydges, Broylfe & 
McKenry, Attys. M. 
1369 U^dn Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virgtoto 234S1 
I 19 4T 

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COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In tte Clerk's Office ot ft* 

Citmit C(»irt of tte Clfy tf 

Vim^jtfa toich, on tte UMi 

(toy of JaMary, 1967. 

Alstai IteBride Gum, PlaliMff 

against 

terry J. Gum, DefMttot. 
ORDER OFPimLICATWH 
A^jlicatltM is ter^ ^Mrie 

for an order of piMl(a^on totoe 



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1 19 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
to tte Clerk^s Office of tte 
Circuit Court of tte City of 
Virginia Beach, on tte 19th day 
of January, 1967. 
Marion Bowser Cofflgan, Plato- 
tiff 
against 

Ned Alfonso Cofflgan, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Tte object of this suit to for 
tte said platotiff to obtain a 
divorce a vtoculb matrimonii 
from tte said defendant, upon 
toe groumto of two-year separ- 
^on. 

And an affidavit tevlng teen 
made and filed ttet tte defend- 
ant is a resident of toe State of 
Virginia, tte last post office 
acklress teing unk nown, Va. 
Beach, Va. and to^ due dili- 
gence has teen exercised by and 
on tetelf of the plaintiff to 
determine where the defendant 
is, witteut avail, not a resident 
of toe Stote of Virgtoia, It is 
ordered ttet he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication tereof, and do wtet 
may te necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A copy-teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Hilary H. Jones, Jr., Atty. 
1008 Church Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

1 26 4T 

ANNOUNCI^ENTS 

Salt water reels. Rebuilt, re- 
paired, cleaned and oiled. Work- 
manship guaranteed. Wilson 
Reel Service. 464-1776. 

REPAIR WORK 

TRIM 

CABINET WORK 

4^-3450 

WlU build lo your pUiii or ours 
tm ynur loi or «m our lots at 
]«)TTINGHAM ESTAlES. If not 
ready t«i hmw now we have easy 
terms <n tbe lots. Mr. DeHart 
340-8591, 3«)-8311, 3«H971. 

P«^oand C(aMdtasts. toe. ep- 
»am a« «ffioe to te BMi^ 
Bi^teg - Prtncev Mm Ptea. 
AK^nto are e»e^ 
^. CaU3«-SBS. 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoov- 
er, Sales and sendee. Ptwnpt 
efficient repairs. Pid( t^ and 
deHvery. Phone 4iM9». Fuel 
Feed & Buiklbig Supf^ies. toe. 

SI BvOdtaig— Repairtag 

PAlNTMi wanted. SotaU if&, 
intBJor or ex terior. CaU 428-7586. 

32 DresGnaking— Sewing 

Do sewing in my teme. ChUd- 
ren's clothing and draperies.' 
Call 340-0038. 

36 Home Matatenance ^ 

ADDITIONS 
AH types of home improve- 
mento. Terms at bank rates. 
Call for free estimates. 340- 
8528. 

Painting - interior and exter- 
tor. Free estimates. Call 464- 
0295. 

WALL PAPERING 

Serving all Tidewater 

Canvas, Foils, 

Flocks ft Scenics 

New Work 

& remodeling 

853-5846 

EMPLOYMENT 

40 Help Wnted-^emale 

Seamstress ; for alteraUcns - 
eiiperienced^oaly. 7teur«d^ly, 
1/2 day Sat^day. Call 'MA 3- 




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MANPOWER, INC. ^ 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Typists 

Stenographers 
We teve immediate assign - 
mento, many adjacent to Vir- 
ginia B^di. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs v^en de- 
sired - work on ttese temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and Job 
assignment. 627-3661. 

M^power, toe. 
733 Boush Street 

43 Positioii WanteiMF'einale 

Exellent care for children and 
infanto. Hour, day, week, week- 
ends. Reasonable. 513 21st St. 
428-6792. 

Expertonced typist wante sev- 
eral tours work per week at 
home or her present office. 
Can also tornish desk at office 
and tel^)tene answering ser- 
vice. Call Etoys 428-7574, Ni- 
ghts 428-0911, 

44 P9tmm WantMMWale 

' .;■ ■ I 

Man, 4^ retired militory. De- 
sires to learn motel business. 
Seeks position as desk clerk. 
Many years experience in pub- 
lic relations and office admin- 
istrsAloh. Bondable. Call 340- 
5868. 




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- SPARE TIME 
No sOUt. Hefill and collect 
money flrom New T^ coto 
operated dispensers to this area 
Must teve car, references, $550 
to S1850 cash. Ten hours week- 
ly can net excellent income. 
More time can result in more 
money. For personal totervlew 
write CO-REP., INC., 10 CAU 
IFORNIA AVE., PITTfflURGH, 
PA., 15202. toclude ptene num- 
ter. 

I AM IN SEARQl OF a par- 
tlcular i|pe of persmi who ls> 
interested In ecndng a s^- 
stantial extra iae(»Be in in- 
dependent cosmetic bostoess. 
Full or i»rt time. Hn preriotts 
sales.- ejqwrleBce necessary. 
Call 464.SS90 for Interview. 

^aHMANDISE 

Hay Fi» We. Call aftlr 5 p.m. 
425-M43 or 428-5219. 



USED ENCYCLOPEDU 
R^scMttble - like new. Call 
340-3441. Mr. AUen. 

TAKE soil away tte Blue Lus- 
tre way from carpets wd up- 
holstery. Rent electric sham- 
pooer $1. Fuel, Feed ft Build- 
ing SuK)Iy, 19to ft Pacffic Ave- 
nue. 428-4222. 

CARPETS and life too can te 
beautiful if you use Blue Lus- 
tre. Rent electric stempooer 
$1. Fuel Feed Plaza Home Cen- 
ter, 3421 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
340-49IL 

We tey aiMl sell everythtog - 
new and used tornltnre, appli- 
ances and antiques. Call 499- 
0700. 



93 Houstekl G(M>da 



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SPRING PLANTING TIME: 
Write for Free Copy Planting 
Gidde - Catalog In color. Offer- 
ed by Vlrglnto's largest grow- 
ers of fruit trees, nut trees, 
terry planto, grape vines and 
landscaptog plant material. 
^espe(q)le wanted. WAYNES- 
BORO NURSERIES, Waynes- 
tero, Virginia 22980. 

RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

100 Rooms For Rent 

Coral jSand Motel, 207 23rd 
Street. Furnished rooms - day, 
week or mpnto. Call 428-9460. 

109 Apis. Fom. — Unfiim. 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 426-6666 or 428- 
2724. 

110.A|Mrtaitato Untorn. 

Duplex - Also second floor 
apartment. Boto 2 l>edrooms, 
oil heat. Year , round rental. 
Electric range and refrigerator 
tomished. Virginia Beach Bor- 
ough. Call 428-1940 or 428- 

3113. 

111 Apartmoits 



Ftftnlshcd 



Vlrginto Beach - TpS 26tl«Stre«t 
Nicely furnished a bedroom 
apartment. Good storage space. 
Large; xardK*pd trees. Owner - 
428-2256. 

't "" ' ' ^' •' ' ' '• — 

For r«it - Furnlslled 1 and 2 
room efficiencies, pirect route 
to Oceana and Dam Ne4k. $60 
-65 monthly plus utllites. 428- 
9701 or 428-8050. 

Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. Ml utiMties furn- 
ished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished, rooms. Btodc 
from Bus Station. By week or 
monto. 

BLUE MABUN LODGE 
2411 Pacffic Avnnw 

Bacbdors or coufdes. Comideti^ 
tomished to luxwy <tocar. All 
utMties, toll kitchen and dtoing 
area. Ready for living — just 
brmg your suitcase. CcHne see for 
yourself. CaU 42B.fiill4 cr 428-6691. 

1 bednxuo, livtog room, kitdiai, 
bato. Convenient to ^bop^, 
cterdies, laundromat. Very rea- 
son^ie yearly rental. Padfic 
Avenu<>. CaU ownor 428-5016 or 
428^43. 



New 1 and 3 heitmak Raiat 
montoly, wiMa or ye«%. Ako 
rooms. ConvotenCy kcaied for 
abop{ung, bxm aed ao iorth. to 
(te best of tte tendip CaH 421- 
WI3. -'. 

-- t - 

SHARE wito working girl. Lnx- 
urioisly ftorntohed carpeted ap- 
artment. Beach area. Call 425- 
6189. ^ ^ 

us lIoae»-Fiimiated 

Virginia Beach - 2 fttmi^ed 
cottages for rent. No deposito. 
Utilities on. Service couple and 
small baby to each. $60. 2 
miles from tese. Call 340- 
8329 after 4. 

2 l)edrooms, livii% room, dining 
room, kitchen & bath. Central- 
ly located - near beach. CaU 
428-5016 before 3 P.M. 

2 bedrooms. Central heating. 
Comfortable. Conveniently lo- 
cated. Reasonable. Call owner. 
428-7827 or 428-4960. 

1 and 2 bedroom cottages. Call 
428-2701. '_ 

USA Hoaaes-UnfuniiBhed 

3 bedroom house. Yearly rental 
515 Pinewood Drive. Call 
428-3680. 

Woodhurst - 3 bedrooms, living 
room, fireplace, dining room, 
teilt in kitchen, den andattoch- 
ed garage. $140 monthly. 340- 
8199. 

London Bridge. 2 bedrooms 
wtth stove and refrigerator. $75 
per month. Mr. DeHart. 340- 
8601, 3404971. 340^11. 

116 Bu)|ness Places For Rent 

318 30to Street. Top condition. 
1200 square feet. Suitable for 
business or offices. Baseboard 
heai and air conditioning. Call 
428-7453 after 6 P.M. 

37Cf7 Virginia Beadi Boutevard. 
Office and retail i^ore space 
available. Brand new, beautiful. 
two story elevated building. 
IdeaUy located between Pen- 
broke Square and Princess 
Anne Baza. CaU Byier Realty, 
3404061 or 340-3805. 

117 Wntte* To Bent 

March 15th - year round. Large 
house capable of sleeping' 10 
persons. Minimum 2batte. To 
te in waHting distance of At- 
lantic Avenue and 16th Street. 
Write Box 1645, Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia. 



1 bedroom, living room, kttchat, 
teth and large walk-in closet. 
Centrally l«ated 4 blocfas from 
beach. Reiito.'vjble rental C«»- 
fortable. Gal' m-mo. 



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2 bedrooms. Yearly rentaj, 311 
33rd Street. Call 428-ft80. 



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bedroom staitfug nt $100.00 

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Open Daily 7:30 a.m. 'til Midnight CHEVROLET 
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Volum* XLll. NO. 6 





VIRGINIA BEACH 




VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



Thursday, February 16, 1967 



Glassman LeasesAmericana 



THE AMERICANA, 39TH AND OCEANFRONT, VIRGINIA BEACH. 



The Americana motor hotel 
for several years owned and 
operated by a corporation head- 
ed by Sidney Kellam, has been 
leased, effective Feb. 1. 

A 10 -year lease was issued 
to the HBG Corporation for the 
operation of the waterfront re- 
sort buildings. 

Herbert B. Glassman, who 
was greatly responsible for the 
Golden Triangle Motor Hotel 
being built in downtown Nor- 
folk, is president of the HBG 
Corporation. 

Glassman also operates the 
Gay Vacationer and the Surf- 
side in Ocean View and the Ad- 
miralty Motor Hotel on Little 
Creek Rd. 



Richard Keely. manager of the 
Americana for more than two 
years, will continue to manage 
the Virginia Beach facility. 
Keely was once before assoc- 
iated with Glassman at the 
Golden Triangle. 



r 



"I am very happy to be as- 
sociated with Mr. Glassman 

again," said Keely. 

If 

Approximately $150,000 is 
being spent on complete re- 
novation of beth buildings of 
the Americana, according to 
Keely. 

"There's a lot to be done," 
he said. "But we will be open 
for business on March 15." 

Included in the renovation 
will be caroetine in the newer 



building and on landings, the 
addition of a new lobby and 
lounge in the new building, the 
refurbishing and recarpeting of 
the old building, and the painting 
of every room in the old build- 
ing. 

Keely also said the lounge, 
dining room and loUsy of the old 
building will be completely re- 
decorated, as will the Cape 
Henry Room In the l^sement, 
where private functions can be 
held. 



^n addition, a parking lot a- 
cross the street from the 165- 
room motor hotel will be black- 
topped and scored. And 10 kit- 
chenette units will be added in 
the new building. 

The facility, located at 39th 
St. and the oceanfront, was 
originally the Sir Walter Ral- 
eight Hotel, but the name was 
later changed to the Americana. 
The new building was added in 
1963. 



Winter Means 
Business Here 



Civic Leagues Protest 
At Planning Commission 






Two apfdlcatioos foi^ zoning 
before tt>e Planning Commiss- 
ion last vedc brou^t (Eject- 
ions from into'ested persons 
present tkVtm mertii«. 

First was a change of loning 
from residioee sai}urban dist- 
rict 4 to multiple Ikmily res- 
idence district fUed by Ott In- 
vestmoit Corp. for property on 
Diamood Springs Road Just no- 
rth of Bayside Rd. 'The pro- 
perty was origlhally planned for 
a motel and restaurant combin- 
atl(» when tte Little Creek 
Ferry ms in (^ration. 

WltH the opening (A tbeCbes-. 
^ apeake Bajr Bridge-Tuaael and 
Nortlampton Blvd., the original 
plioa weiy (Uscsrcted, Now OQ 
fii|MiiNl 9ii9i jsibMBtlNdUi 
townhoose-type gardm apart- 
meiUs WBtalning 168 miits U 
12 tnmn on ttw land. 

Jolm H. Weodtof SSSSOdsMa 
Dr., represent^ ttie Diaim>nd 
Springs Civic Lrague, said ttiat 
the plans for the apartments 
showed no recreation area fbr 
ctaildm. 

"Our local schools are 
crowded now," Wendt said, est- 
imating that the apartments 
would add at least 300 children 
to the nei^iborbood. "It looks 
to me like there are too many 
apartments (» too small apiece 
of gnxmd," he said, ackting 
'ttiat he thou^ the triplication 
sh(mld be deferred or rejected 
until final idans are drawn iq). 

Mrs . Reba Hicks of Gardm- 
wood Park added Uiat play- 
grcHmds In the area are at 
fullc^iaclty now, and that Gar- 
d«iwood Park and Diamond Sp- 
rings are already divided by 
zoning ahd the Virginia Ex- 
perimoU Station. 

AjBfilthe^ lB%e gtoap (Ejected 
to an applicatioo of BirschCon- 
struction Co., for a use permit 
excavate an asiEalt borrow pit 
on 16 acrM of land owned by 
Sam Jones bctweoi Lake Law- 
sew and Lake Srolitti. 

The Norttiwest Vifginia Bea- 
(di Civic League said it wwiU 



"object to a borrow pit any- 
where In Bayside Borough. They 
also expressed the fear that 
the pit would disturb the water 
table in the area. 

Charles Hodgman Jr. of 1040 
Baker Rd. pointed out that tiie 
dams on the lakes were only 
12 feet wide and over 100 years 
old, and that he was afraid they 
could not withstand trucks haul- 
ing a^halt. 

R. H. DeFord, whose land 
is closest to Jones', also object- 
ed because surrounding prop- 
erty owners were not inforjned. 

Other applications Included 
one by Mr. and Mrs. William 
E. Bar» for HMOte eiiao|§ 
' *» pe rHgli ittd HijMlfaeeef 
m m^ Rd. near Lands- 
town'Rold. , 



An application of M. F. As- 
plnwall for a change of zon- 
tag from residence duplex to 
general Industrial on the south 
side of Bonney Road, east of 
Holland Rd. 

An application of Louis L. 
Rostov for a use permit to 
construct two apartment units 
each containing eight units with 
a court between on 19th St. at 
Mediterranean Ave, 

An ^iqillcation fbr a change 
from limited commercial to 
general commercial by Clyde 
L. Collier for a piece of land 
at the oa-ner of Independence 
Blvd. and Tulip Rd. for a ser- 
vice station. Collier presently 
has a service statliML4^aieU 
• W. afflf BTadforrfe ite i y ^ ^ 

(See Protests Page 3) 



City 
Rejects 

Study 



A proposal to replace the 
Alan B. Shepard Civic Center 
has been turned down - at least 
for the present. 

Sam Scott, director, last 
month requested his board to 
ask for a preliminary study on 
replacing the pome. City Man- 
ager W. Russell Hatchett says 
the study would be e]q)ensive, 
that there is no present means 
of financing a new convention 
center which would cost up to 
$17 millicm and the present 
ahrminrna dune "rentfws a 

aluminum dome "renders a 
servi(% to Uie whole area." 



Demos JuggleFor 
Campaign Lead 



Death Toll Jump 
In Weekend Crash 



The traffic fataUty toU fbr^ 
1967 in Virginia Beach jumped 
to five in a grinding near-head- 
oa collision over the weekendL 

Prior to that time, only two 
persons had been killed on Vir- 
ginia Beach roads, in separate 
acddnUs. This was the first 
multiple fatality accident of the 
year, and already ties the re- 
cord of the number killed in an 
individual acddoit last year. 

Three persons were killed 
last year In a fiery non-collis- 
ion accident 

Besides ttie three killed in the 
weekend crash, five others 
were seriously injured'at the in- 
tersection of North Landing 
Road and Indian River Road. 

Dead, In the crash were Mrs. 
Vivian Ann Jolmson, 29, driver 
of the car; her son, Samuel Lane 
Johnson m, 2; and James LeUnd 
Carroll, 5, son of other injured 
passengers In the car. 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert L, Car- 
roll and one of their daughters, 
Jacqueline, were taken to 
Portsmouth Naval Hospital. A 
second dauber, Nancy, 2, was 
taken to Vl^i^inia Beach General 
Hospital. Mrs. Johnson's other 
adopted child, Glenn Allen, 5, 
was also taken to Virginia Bea(^ 
General Hospital. 

Virginia Beach police ofi!cer 
W. W. Taylor investigated the 
circumstances of the accident 
for nearly three days before 
determining exactly what had 
happened. 

The Jolmson station wagon 
was reportedly traveling soutti 
on North Landing Road and was 
struck by a pickiqp truck, drlv^ 
by Ray Adams, 42, that was re- 
portedly heading ^st on Indian 
River Road. 

Taylor said it was presumed 

(See Crash Page 3) 



would Include a sports arena 
capidde of handling Indoor 
sports, an auditorium which 
coBld seat 10,000, a concrete 
theater and an ohiblt hall with 
40,000 sqwu-e feet on eidiibit- 
ion space. 

The present Dome opened in 
May 1958 and cost a total of 
$485,000. It has 16,000 feet 
of floor space, inadequate kitch- 
en fkcUities and folding chairs 
for seats. 

Whetiier the proposed new 
center would rqdace the pre- 
sent one or be located at an- 
other spot was not clear. One 
reason an addition to the Dome 
was turned down In 1964 was 
because of inadequate parking 
space. 



The campaips for offices in 
the Democratic primary In July 
shifted into second gear with 
the first real activity outside of 
organization of two separate 
political tickets. 

The United Candidates called 
a press conference, to which 
selected reporters were Invit- 
ed, at which they issued a st- 
atement asking their Adminis- 
tration opponents to sip a fair 
campaip practices code. The 
code, allegedly drawn from a 
national code of similar nat- 
ure, would prohibit "mud-sl- 
inging" in the campaip for of- 
fices of the City of Virginia 
Beach and the Virginia Gener- 
al Assembly. 

Qlty Trws- 
tef-re-rt^ 
ection, saM tiat Us ticket knew 
of a whisper campaip already 
underway, and that the code was 
called for because of this. 

The United Ticket is made up 
of, besides Etheridge, Richard 
Absolom, running for Clerk of 
Courtc, Andre Evans, runnii^ 
for Commonwealth's Attorney; 
Edward T. Caton in, running for 
State Senator; and B. R. Mld- 
dleton and Joseph Gawrys, run- 
ning for two House of Dele- 
gates seats. 

The next day the Administra- 
tion ticket, made iqi mostly of 
incumbents, released its own 
statement. 

The statement said the ticket 
would conduct Its campaip on 



Republicans Fight Appointment 



Martin A. Trenkle, chair-; 
man of the Republican City 
Committee, has declared his 
committee, the Republican Wo- 
men's Club and the Young Re- 
publican Club will exhaust 
"every legal means even to the 
federal lever, " to force Harry 
A. Bailey off the City Electoral 
Board. 

Circuit Court Judge Robert 
S. Wahab Jr., reappointed Bail- 



ey to the board Friday over 3 
objections by local Reput>lican 
groups. Trenkle said the GOP 
groups do not consider Bailey 
a member of the Republican 
party. 



The City Committee a list 
of nalnes to Judge Wahab In 
January including C. Bernard 
Brown, James R. Logan and 
James S. Fant. 



I ' New Court Building to 



the Issues, the progress of the 
city and the qualifications of its 
candidates. They noted that at 
the beginning of the campaip 
they had said there would be 
no mud-slinging and that they 
subscribed to the code then and 
now. 

They also promised their re- 
cords could be "an open book" 
for the public to scrutinize. 
In-additwn, they invited any de- 
tails j6f any alleged "whisper 
campaip" to be brought into 
the open. 

Then the Administration Tic- 
ket unleased its own first big 
gun. 

The statement, siped by all 
eight of the tlijuyiLiwdldates, 

Sim. ^jsx^mWmm»&m 

ould "practice what they preach 
as a beginning and tell the Vir- 
ginia Beach Postmaster, Joseph 
T. Crosswhite Jr., to get out 
of the campaip." 

Crosswhite said he had not 
been actively engaged in the 
campaign, even after State Sen- 
ator William P. Kellam said 
Crosswhite was acting In vio- 
lation of the Hatch Act. 

In effect, the Hatch Act bars 
any federal appointee from act- 
ive campaigning or participa- 
tion in the campaigns, as such. 

Crosswhite also vowed he 
would attempt to hold onto his 
Job, although no mention was 
made of trying to get him out 
of it. 

Absolom said Kellam should 
"either supply proof or apolo- 
gize". \ 

Kellam indicated that proof 
would be forthcoming as the 
campaip propessed. 

The Administration Ticket is 
composed of, besides Kellam, 
who is seeking re-election; Ivan 
Mapp, seeking re-election as 
Commissioner of Revenue; John 
V. Fentress, Incumbent Clerk 
of Courts; Owen Pickett, run- 
ning for Commonwealth's At- 
torney; Howard E. Merrill, Jr., 
running for Treasurer; Paul 
Sutton, running for City Serg- 
eant; and L. Charles Burlage 

(See Campaip Page 2) 



Virginia Beach school child- 
ren finally got their wish. The 
schools were' closed by the 

flve-and-a-half-inch snow wh- 
ich blew into Tidewater and 
caused hazardous driving con- 
ditions due to sub-freezing 
temperatures. ' 

It started as rain, freezing 
rain, and a sleet that was pain^ 
ful to a pedestrian. 

All that turned into the real 

thing snow Just after 

dark, and continued through the 
idght at times with the inten- 
sity of a near blizzard. 

Department of Public Works 
employees put their emergency 
snow plans Into operation as 
soon as the freezing rain be- 
gan. By 6 p.nu tracks were 
spreading saod and chemicals 
especially on major roads 
at intersections and bridges. 
, It was all they could do to stay 
ahead of the fall. 

The plowing began fiittie ear- 
ly feirs of the evening loagbe- 



fore the snow stopped about 
dawn. 

But Icy conditions, especially 
on rurual roads, still caused 
the closing of schools on Fri- 
day, giving a three -day week- 
end to happy youngsters. 

Numerous other meetings, 
and events were also cancelled 
because of the weather. 

Virginia Beach Polioe re- 
ported a rash of minor auto- 
mobile accidents Thursday eve- 
ning and on Friday. A poHce 
spokesman said the majority of 
them were caused by motor- 
ists following too closely and 
not being able to stop in time 
or skidding because of mis- 
handling of the aiutomobile. 

A number of cars were also 
reported stuck in ditches along 
secondary roads. 

The World's Largest Resort 
City, like it or not, fell victim 
to Old Ma* Wlirter, and just 
let it snow. 



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DURING THE STORM .... SNOWPLOWS WORKED THROUGH 
THE NIGHT. , * , 




THE MORNING AFTER .... THAT'S SNOW, NOT SAND ON THE 
BEACH. 



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Relieve Congestion at Princess Anne 




ARCHTECT'S DRAWING OF NEW VIRGWIA BEACH MUNICIPALCOURTSBUILMNG AT PRINCESS 
ANNE. 



There is a sign in the lobby of 
tlK present Juvenile and Dom- 
estic Relations Court which, in 
effect, asks those who are crow- 
ded in the corridors not to com- 
plain too loudly. 

It explains that the city fath- 
ers are working on the prob- 
lem and that very soon a brand 
new courts building will be 
iMiilt. 

Above the sip is a large blue- 
print drawing of the new build-* 
ing; 

The new Munlci{al CcMrts 
iwillding will be tied into the 
present School Administration 
twildii^ ani facing In tte op- 
posite direction from that build- 
ing. Eventually two more courts 
will be acMed, presenting a 
(padrangle - shaped buildii^, 
with an Interior garden court. 

The desip follows the col- 
wjial trend established in all 



new iHiildlngs In the civic cent- 
er comples at Princess Anne. 
On the first floor will 1^ a 
new Municipal Court courtroom 
with seating facilities for 200 
people. The second floor will 
touse the Juvenile and Dom- 
estic Relations Court, ^rtiicb 
will seat 175 people. 

In addition there will be of- 
fices for Deiwty Cleriis, Pro- 
bation Officers, and a smaller 
hearing room for juvenile cas- 
es. 

Part of tlw ofllCT ^ace m 
b^ floors will be used to ease 
tte overcrow«ted c(mditioos in 
ttie school offices. 

Prellmimry estimates Urti- 
cate that the 20,000 square 
foot building wUl wst about 
$400,000 to construct. 

The btfktt^ was d^^ed 
^ ttie architectural Arm of 
Spiegel, Carter, Ziakl and Her- 
man. 



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Thursday, Feijruqry 16^ 1967 



GED Test to be in March 



IT TAKES A LOT OF MUKLE TO PLANT CAMELLIAS, AND THAT'S WHAT THE PARKS AND 
RECREATION DEPT. IS SK)WH DOING AT THE GATES OF CAMP PENDLETON IN PART OF 
THEIR EFFORT TO BEAUTIFY Gill. BOOTH BLVD. 

Voting Machines Approved 



City C 
noon gave Cl^ 

Russell H4^|i^ 
to purdaif 
with pTMittlA 

Some -01^%] 
at an 
each, 
the 
Beacki 



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years, will be at a 4 percent 
rate of interest. 

<> the voting machines now in 
«M iB the Virginia Beach Bor- 
ough will be traded in on the 
new OMs. 

tt other matters: 

CWnen returned to the plan- 
Blac Coiqmission an application 
fcr reasoning of land on First 
Colonial Road owned i^by John 
Ray Potter and Dean Potter 
for an extensive study. They 
turned down an application to 
rezone the property multiple 



family residence and said they 
would approve an anplicatioo 
for duplex residence. 

The property, consisting of 
two houses near VirginiaBeach 
General Hospital, will be con- 
verted into doctors' offices. 
Members of the Linkhorn Point 
and First Colonial Civic League 
appeared to object to the prop- 
erty being used for anything be- 
sides residence occupancy. 
They also requested that a de- 
cision be deferred or denied 
until a master plan for the area 
is drawn up. 



ComtHmfs Boys Plan Scout Fest 
Appoifi^ 



FourtecB 
tees have 
year by 01 
President 



eommlt- 
fortbe 
imerce 



They arti. 8. DeFordJr., 
agriculture; fi.ll. Steirtra, an- 
nual outing; % % CUrk, annual 
meeting; E. HjBr op a , antted 
forces; J. G« Ihiilopaoos, fia- 
ance; RdMrt S.Gay, meidbfr- 
ship and iixlM|El»Ii h Roy Al- 

Lainb», a ^i iM i «vwte. £• 

Also aimed were A. B. 
Crews, travel ind tciurism; 
Charles H. F<^bes, Jr., music 
festival; George H. Davis, pro- 
fessional standards; J. K. Hos- 
tetler, education; George W. 
Vakos, by-laws. 

Beach Tops 
Boh^QqsL 

Virginia Beadi topped its 
1966 U. S. Savings BoikI goal 
by 114perc«)t. 

The goal was $210,000 for the 
year . Sold were $449,350 or 
214 percent of die goal E. V. 
Slattum was chairman for the 
city. This was the bluest aver- 
age )n the staAe. 

Find Y(wr Name Contest Win- 
ner: Herman Haashott, 2632 
Shore Dr., you have Juist won 
2 fr«« passes to ttie Janaf Cin- 
ema. 



Tickets are already on sale 
for the 1967 Princess Anne- 
Vlrginia B^ach District of Boy 
Scouts Scout-0-Rama to be held 
from 2-8 p.m. March 11 at the 
Dome. 

Scout-0-Rana is a series of 
IxMth demonstrations by Cub, 
Scout and Explorer units show- 
ing scouting in action. It is the 
unit's chance to show parents,^ 
friends and neighbors wha,tthey 
cpdo. 



QieiMI^ of tte^e d& the 
<by of SjCoat-0«^mm9. Total 
proceeds wiU be used in dis- 
trict (q}eratl(ms. The Pack, Tr- 

Campaign 

(Continued from Page 1) 

and Kenneth Whitehurst, Jr. 
running ibr the two seats in 
the House of Delegates repres- 
enting Virgiaia Beach. 

The United Ticket has not 
fielded candidates to (q)pose 
Su|ton or Mai^. But JohnMarr, 
incumbent City Sergeant, is ru- 
iming as an independent. Apol- 
itical newcomer, Joseph Drea- 
no, is expected to Join the field 
as a candidate for City Ser- 
geant. 

Thus die first harsh words of 
the 1967 auiq>aign passed be- 
tween flie two tickets. The matt- 
er was not necessarily resol- 
ved. 



pop and Post selling the larg- 
est number of tickets will re- 
ceive a sales award. 

There were 3691 boys regis- 
tered in PAVAB District Scout 
Units on' Dec. 31, 1966. An est- 
imated 40 percent of the boys 
of scouting age in the area came 
in contact with scout units dur- 
ing the year. There are 32 Cub 
packs, 43 Scout troops and 10 
Explorer units. 

Booths will be judged on the 
' er^giiality of display, prepara- 
tlotrwMl, during the s&w, the 
active participation by the boys 
in the booth, boys in complete 
uniform and aif>earance and 
neatness of the boys. 



The Vi|*glnia B»ch Sdiool 
Board is making plank to ad- 
minister ttie Goieral Edneat- 
lonal Devel(q)ment Test to Inter- 
est per£»ns in this area (» Sat- 
urday. March 18. 1967 at 9 AM, 
in the Prinp^s Anne Hlg^- 
School cafeteria. 

. The State Department of Ed- 
ucation supplies the^e tests for 
each local school board. Tlie 
persons who pass the tests suc- 
cessfully are given a certificate 
The certificate <s in lieu of the 
High School Diplona. Some col- 
leges and iixlustr/ acc^ this 
certificate in {dace of the Hlg^ 
School Diploma. 

The minimum requirements 
are: 

(1) The s^licant must be 20 
years of age. Under no condit- 
ions may £be andlcant t>e per- 
mitted to take the test prior ID 
Qie time ttiat he would have 
gra(biated had he remained tai 
school. Tlie awllcant also must 
have 8 units of credit. 

(2) Upon Oie reoommendatlMi 
of the dlviidon superintendent, 
an applicant who has not earned 
8 units of high school credit, 
exclusive of Physical Educat- 
ion, but who has attained his 
2Ist birthday may be permitted 
to take the battery of tests. 

Darden 
To Speak 

Former Governor Colgate W. 
Darden, Jr., a member of dw 
State Board of Educaticm, will 
be the keynote speaker at Gov- 
ernor Godwin's Regional C(m- 
ference on Education for the 
eastern area of Virginia, to be 
held at the Center Theater in 
Norfolk on February 23. 

The purpose of the awfer- 
ence is to focus attention oottie 
educational needs of Qie state 
The disparity among the public 
school systems of the State, 
Virginia's ranking nationally In 
IHiblic education, and action that 
needs to be taken promptly, 
are sid)]ects that will be aired 
at the conference. 

State Senator Hunter B. And- 
rews of Hampton and Delegate 
Stanley C. Walker of Norfolk 
are co-chairmen c^^t^fc^ne- , 
city reglooal canfuwoe. 
Chambers of.Commercebithe 
area, and the Hampton Roads 
Conunittee on area-wide Co- 
(^ration are co-sponsors of 
the all-day session. 



Find Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: Clarence E. Sorey, Prin- 
cess Anne Station, you have 
just won 2 free passes to die 
Janaf Cinema . Now playing 
"The Blue Max" starring 
James Mason and George Pep- 
pard. 




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dfore your money 



We'll help you with both. 

Hie time you spend to get a good grip on the 
fmdU Iwfore you buy stocks may be the best in> 
v^rtment you ^can make. 

If yov're^ iOst one step away from Investing, 
woulaa't it ease your mind to double-check your 
facts wt^ us? A festered rq^resentative will be 
^m1 to lell you what he knows about the trend 
c4 Mumtng s, the dividend record and information 
th^ mk(ht bear on a company's protpeclt. And 
he cm kelp you reason your way to a decision. 

Chances are, you've got more time than money. 
We'd be glad to help you invest both as wisely as 
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dmrtqr fer waty comparaons. LeU you clndc powth 
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WE DON'T GET 
TO MANY PARTIES. 

BUT WE WRAP A 
LOT OF GIFTS THAT DO! 



"When \nu care ennunh to send the 
ivry best" . . . chium a Hallmark 
Card to aiwmpanv that box of 
I.oft's Candy or other {jift fr<»m our, 
fine selectiort. We'll wrap it free. 
and add a personal touch. A gift 
from Hayside Pharmacy is sure to be 
appretiaied e\'en before its opened.. 









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(3) Tbe qvUcaat shall have 
r«Blded in Vift^nia one year 
prior to appIyloK for the battery 
of tests and mtnt reside ia Uie 
school divisi<Hi through whidi 
be makes v9>licatlon. 

(4) The apfdicant mast attain 
a passing score on Uie complete 
battery of teste provided Iqr the 
S^teDepartm^ of Education. 

Persons who desire to take 
ttds test should make an>licat- 
ion to F. E. Taylor, High School 
Siq)ervisor, VirginiaBeach City 
Sdnols, Princes Anne Station. 
The dettiUne for std>missiDn of 
api>llcati(m.ls Friday, March 3, 
1967. 



Local Ag^ents 
Attend School 



Two Virginia Beach mai, 
Peter J. Boseh, 872 CluUiouse 
Rd., and Iteniel S. Dudley,Badc 
Bay Statton, Claim representat'^ 
Ives for State Farm liotual 
Automobile bsorance Coin- 
pany have retnnied home after 
completing four wedcs of te^ 
nical study at the firm's Sea- 
tioard regional office at Fred- 
erick, Md. 

Bosch works at ttie firm's 
claim service office at 122 
Janaf Shopiilng Goiter in Nor- 
folk and Dudley at 3210 Queen 
Street in Portsmoattu 



KuritmsWiU 
Present Show 

This year's Creeds Rurttan 
Braefit Show will be "Sbaw 
Wagon," to l>e at 8:30 p.m. 
Feb. 23-25 at Kellam 'High 
School. 

T%e show will be prdchicedby 
J, Curtis Payne and directedlqr 
Hugh R. Copdanl It will have 
a Westen. theme. Proceeds will 
boiefit Creeds Ruttan projects. 




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Jr., 1308 Strawberry La., yon 
have Just won 2 free passes 
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2SsSf?S^K^S&fp?^^^^^^^ ™^ PUNNING COM- 

Br otherho od Week ^«««^ ^«'^« ^^ 
Plans Announced 



Tame Lions 



HigUigbt of Brotherhood We- 
ek in Virginia Beach will be an 
early morning breakfast spons- 
ored by the Jfaycees and honor- 
ing all members of the clergy 
In Virginia Beadu 

The breakfast will begin at 
7 a.m. Feb. 21 at the CavaUer 
Hotel. 

Mayor Frank A. Duseh has 
proclaimed the week of Feb. 
19-26 as Brotherhood Week and 
has urged all citizens to take 
part in the observance. At the 
same time Mayor Dusch was 
nude honorary chairman of tb.e 
Brotherhood Week committee. 
Brotherhood chapter committ- 
eemen are Howard D. Kahn, 
Harold B. Kellam aod'Albin 
R. Mailhes. 

Mayor Dusch's proclamation 
followed the lines set by Uie Nat- 
ional Conference of Christians 
JUKI Jews, sponsors of Nation- 
al Brotherhood Week. 



n reads, in nart: 
"Whereas, Brotherhood We- 
ek, gives freedomrloving people 

Any Guess? 

Last vetk during a snow 
storm the City Industrial Coun- 
ts oil and Chamber of Commerce 
members conducted four m«> 
from RictaMMid oo a tour of 
tte city, 

Al Mailhes, executive vice- 
president of the Chamber of 
Commerce, said that anyst^e- 
ment would have to' come from 
Dean Curtis ci the Industrial 
Council. Curtis said he is not 
presently ready to make any 
statement. 



Crash 



(Continued from Page 1) 

that the Johnson station wagon 
was going to make a left turn 
into Indian River road at the 
time of the accident. 

Taylor finally pieced together 
the circumstances of the crash 
by talking to the surviving 
adults two days after the ac- 
cident. His report states that die 
Adams truck ran the stop sip 
at the intersection and struck 
the entire ri^t side of the stat- 
ion wagon. 

It is the first major accident 
eyer to occur ^ ttot particular 
intersection, according to 
police officials. 






an opportunity to rededicate 
themselves as individuals to the 
basic ideals of resp«ct for peo- 
ple and human rights, which are 

essential to our way of life;. 

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"Whereas, Our way of life, 
granted to us a heritage which 
we must safeguard for future 
generations, is threatened by 
the forces (rf communism, which 
would destroy our liberties; 

"Therefor<Q I, Frank A. Dus- 
ch, Mayor of Virginia Beach, do 
call upon other Americans in 
the observance of Brotherbood 
Week, a period to affirm anew 
and to rededicate ourselves to 
the practice of the brotherhood 
of man under till Fatherhood of 
God. 



The snow didn't tame the 
Bayside Lions Club in their ef- 
forts ^ collect donors for the 
Red Cross Bloodhnobile Friday 
at Bayside Baptist Church. 

A total of 54 pints was donat- 
ed. 

The church minister ^potted 
a boy with a snowplow across 
the street and uk^ him to 
clear the driveway, which he 
did. 

According to a bystander. 
Lions Clid) members literally 
snatched donors off the street 
as they walked by. Red Cross 
volunteers served as baby sit- 
ters for motiiers wto came 
witii young children. 



Protests 

(Continued from Page 1) 
be cut off by an interchange 
when Independence Blvd. is ex- 
tended. 

An application of Pembroke 
Manor United Church of Christ 
fon a use permit to build a ch- 
urch on the Kirtheast corner of 
Independence Blvd. and Hins- 
dale St. 

Ah supplication of Alvord 
Corp. fbr a zoning change from 
residence suburban to limited 
commercial on a piece of pro- 
perty east ofNorttomptonBlvd. 
at the Norfolk and Southern 
right of way in order to square 
off a triangular lot. 

An lyvplicatlcm of Ocean Bay 
Corp. for a change of zoning 
to build a motel and^rcstaurant 
on Sand^per Road at Sand- 
bridge. 

Investment Co., for a use per- 
mit for a sewage treatment fac- 
ility (m property on the west 
side of First Colonial Rd. north 
of the Norfolk and Southern 
right of way in the Oceana area. 



St Francis Is 
Independent 



The 75th annual council of thes 
Diocese of Southern Virginia 
accepted St. Francis Mission's 
petitlQn for independent parish 
status. 

St. Francis mission be^ 
meeting July 7, 1963, in Rin- 
aldi's Plaza Bowl. The Rev. 
Clayton E. Crigger was called 
to begin the mission. 

The church is now located at 
509 Rosemont Rd. and has over 
200 communicants and more 
than 300 baptized members. 
The Rev. Mr. Crigger accepted 
a call to become the church's 
first Rector on Feb. 5, 1967. 



Plans Ready For Canal 



George Langley of the engin- 
eering firm of Langley, McDon- 
ald & Overman, announced Fri- 
day that plans for the canal pro- 
ject from North Bay to Rudee 
Inlet would be ready this week. 

The project, called a "drain- ■ 
agje canal" 70 feet wide aiMi 
seven feet deep, was started 
in June 1965 and stopped in 
May 1966 just south of Lake 
Tuscumseh. It was later reveal- 
ed that the project was started 
without public hearing; the 
dredge was not operated on a 
budget; and the required annual 
report due in March was not 
ipresented to City Manager W. 
Russell Hatchett until Decem- 
ber. 

According to Langley his 
firm wasn't asked to determine 



the best route of the canal. He 
said, though, tiiat they were 
asked to study Uie possibility 
of connecting the canal with 
Rudee Inlet. 

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Find Your Name Contest Win- 
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Westgrove Rd., you have just 
won 2 free passes to the Janaf 
Cinema. Now playing "The Blue 
Max" starring James Mason 
and George Peppard. 



LONDON BRIDGE 



Building Still Slow, 
But Future Hopeful 




C(Mii^ruction in Virginia 
Beach 1967 is still ta below 
tte early months of 1966, before 
tte "ti^enlng" of tte econo- 
my, according to John Glbbs, 
Riding official for tte city of 
Virginia Beach. 

But tte signs of improvement 
are good, according to Gibbs. 



"In Novemter 
was down b] 



constnu^on 



January It wuMtTf^oino i 
cent," said Glbbs. 

Permits were issued in Jan- 
uary 1966 for $5,384,146, and 
$2,888,342 In January 1967. 

New home construction has 
begun to rally considerably in 
Virginia Beach, according to a 
report jost issued. 

report ^ issued. A total of 
77 temes were begun list mon- 
th, oimpared to 89 a year ago. 

Commercial building is still 
telow a year ago, off abcMt 
$100 thousand. 

Construction of apartment 
units and multiple -family dwel- 
lii^ account for tte major part 
of tte dn^-off in building ac- 



cording to the report, a decline 
of $1-1/2 million. 

In January 1966, 260 multiple 
dwellings were started, but only 
154 were tegun in January 1967. 

It was in April 1966 thatcon- 
structicm In Virginia Beach gr- 
ound almost to a halt when tte 
stock market drqpped and mort- 
gage money became "tight". 

"Experts agree now that an 
/Ti^fwlng 1 n the economy can 
^ lietter te predicted by compar- 
ing signs in April 1967 and in 
^r monttis with last year. 




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The Virginia Beadi Sun 



Thursday, February 16, 1967 



Brotherhood Week 



i 



The setting oside of a single 
we#: of the year lor the pur- 
pose of br^herhODd actually 
disturbs us greatly. Why should 
free Americans living in the 
grecftest natton in the world 
h<^ to be reminded to practice 
brotherhood? 

The terrible fact is that they 
do. This past year has been 
a year of division mther than 
of unity. Even civil rights lead- 
ers have voiced sharply dlv^i^ 
gent opinions on how to achieve 
positive results. ' 

Brotherhood Week, sponsor- 
ed annually by the National 
Council of Chrisitans and Jews, 
is not an answer. It is merely 
a weeic set aside, often in em- 
barrassment, for those to 
pledge themselves again to the 
practice of ^trui brotherhood. 

All year long the council 
conducts educoH^nai programs 
aimed at closing the gap. The 
emphasis is upon involvement. 



not ^st sympathy. This is real 
brotherhood. 

One week set aside out of 
32 will not fulfill that purpose. 
It can only serve as a time 
for self-evaluation, community 
audit, and hopefully for resolut- 
ion of everyone to practice the 
true tenets of brotherhood all 
the rest of the year. 

Except for a ministers' 
breakfast during the week, 
nothing special is planned for 
Virginia Beach. This is as it 
should be. But all of us in the 
city should take the responsib- 
ility upon ourselves the re- 
sponsibility so necessary to the 
future peace of the world. 

Regardless of race or re- 
ligion, the peoples of the world 
must learn the meaning of 
brotherhood If we are to sur- 
vive. 

During this week set aside- 
then, pause, reflect and re- 
solve the practice of brother- 
hood and the spirit behind the 
practice. 




Mustn't Be Greedy 



it came as a bit of a shock 
that the powers tiiat be in Nor- 
folk, would even make attempts 
to keep PortsnrKXith from an op- 
portunity that could prove to be 
all-importarit to the lifeline of 
that city. 

No matter how hard Norfolk 
had worked to get the cohtain- 
ership tern\inal, port interests 
in that city should be pleased 
that the terminal is at least 
^ng^ tr b«^^^<dewiH^^-: 
"Itead, some Itorfoik irHRtt^s; 
in disappointment appeared to 
be trying to wreck Portsmouth's 
chances witi;i legal obstructions. 

Now that most of the major 
obstacles have been overcome 
both with the lines to be affect^ 
ed and with the State of Vir- 
ginia, we hope that the Ports- 
mouth terminal wMi be estab- 
lished as soon as possible. 

The city of Portsmouth has 
needed an economic shot in the 
arm for some time. This should 
help considerably. And it must 
be remembered that while the 
actual facility may be located 
in Portsmouth, all of Tidewater 
including Norfolk will benefit. 

The famous harbor of Nor- 



folk and Portsmouth can cer- 
tainly be utilized to full ad- 
vantage with this new concept 
in shipping, and no doubt, will 
become even more of a busy 
port in the years to come. 

It is foolish, therefore, for 
the largest city in Virginia, 
to bicker. Norfolk waged a good 
fight for the terminal .... and 
lost. Now it should stop trying 
to wreck the chances for a 

.J^^Sismouth piiiled off a coup 
in this case, but the shipping 
lines know what they are doing. 
They wanted the terminal in 
Portsmouth, and if all goes 
well, that's where it will be. 

Virginia Beach shares a part 
of the Third Senatorial District 
with Portsmouth and Ches- 
apeake. We are happy to see a 
major new source of revenue 
for Portsmouth, and feel it 
will be a fine thing for al I of 
us. 

We are surprised at the 
greedy way Norfolk looked at 
this matter. Now is the time to 
forget about this one, and to 
prepare for the^iext one bound 
to come along in the growing 
need for industrial waterfront 
property. 



You Say 
You'dLike 
A Picture? 



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copy of that picture In the 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN? 

It's easy to get as many 
copies as you would like 
of any picture taken by SUN 
photographers. 

Clip the picture out of 
the paper and send it along 
with your order to: 

Photo Departm&t, 
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You will receive the fin- 
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within two wedcs by mail. 

The charge is $3 for the 
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additional print. After four 
weeks, the charge will be 
$4. 

Please make all checks 
payable to Beach Publish- 
ing Corporation. 



Qiest iiiiilriiiiiiiist 



Q. Tliroughout the year and 
especially over the Christmas 
holicbys I receive many let- 
ters from various charity or- 
ganizations requesting donat- 
ions. In the past I have always 
responded to these, but now it 
has been brou^t to my attent- 
ion tiiat there are ,many organ- 
izations such as these that are 
not charitable as they appear 
to be. Now I am concerned with 
what use my donations are be- 
ing put to. I would like to know 
if there is any organization 
that I can contact to cbedc on 
tow real ttiese businesses are 
without writing to each city 
individually, as most of them 
;are out of state. 

A. We agree that charities 



have Qieir place and many are 
worthy. Facetious as it may 
sound, the best source of in- 
fbrmation on diaritles is tiie 
United Communities Fond (MA 
2-7896). They maintain a com- 
plete file on local, state, and 
national charities and are will- 
ing to give you the informat- 
ion you may seek without plug- 
ging their own organizations. 
If they cannot si^y yoa witti 
immediate information, they 
have the £acilities for getting it 
Yoo are right to be wary. Some 
charities are crooked. Ottiers 
have such high (^rstii^ costs 
th^ very little of the money 
gets into die hands of the needy. 
It's l)etter to know where your 
moiwy is going. , 






ftm HISTORY'S SCUPBOOK 



DATES AND EVENTS FROM YESTERYEARS 



J 



The Suez Caiuil opened, February 17, 1867. MiMlmippi'i 
Elizabctta Female Academy, Washington, litos.. chartered Feb- 
mary 17, 1819, waa tiie Arrt inatttuHon in the United States to 
confer degrees on womm. 

Admiral Richard Byrd reached "Little America", FebruaiY 

18, 1930. Tfie San Francisco World Fair opened, Febriiary 18, 
1939. 

Edison's phonograph was patented, February 19, 1878. 
U. 8. Marines landed on Ike sontli coast of Iwo Jima, February 

19, 1945. 

The U. 8. congrcM outlawed dueling, Fd>ruary 20, 1839. 
The U. 8. acquired Oie Virgin Islands, February 20, 1917. 

Washington Monnncnt was dedicated, February 21, 1885. 
Kiwanis was founded, February 21, 1915. 

Geoii;e WashiMton was bom, February 22, 1732. F. W. 
Woolworth opened his first S and 10 store at Utica, N. Y., 
February 22. 1879. 



Here & There Some Mud 



Happy Presidents' Day 



'We consider ourselves rath- 
er progressive and open to 
cHoniie, If the change is for the 
bettor. But a bill that Congress 
will be considering later inthls 
session^ while presented as 
progressive, has us wondering. 

There are those who want to 
stre«nllne the calendar, and 
make all non- religious holidays 
fait on the same day of 
tNe week. Monday or Friday are 
the first choices, obviously, 
sii^ tfMrt would create a three- 
day holiday for most in our 
fun- loving and recreation - 
minded midst. 

It would cerainly take some 
g^lng used to If alt Indeperid- 
enc« Doys fell on a Friday, 
but not n^essarlly on July 4. 
M tf)^ independence was no^ 
M^Milty declared on «hily4any- 

WOf, 

VMerons Day Is a good ex- 



ample. It used to be Armistice 
Day, recognizing the end of 
World War I, but now it honors 
veterans, livinq or dead, of 
World Wpr II and Korea, as well. 
Soon Viet Nam will be added in. 
So the date has lost its original 
significance. 

February would be the Month 
of Presidents, with a presi- 
dents' day adjacent to a week- 
end, to celebrate the birthdays 

of George Washington and Abra- 
ham Lincoln. 

Even religious holidays are 
under some scrutiny, since no 
one is actually certain just when 
to celebrate Easter or the birth 
of Christ. 

Maybe it's not such a bad 
Idea, but we suggest Congress 
take a long look at the wishes 
Of our citizens before tamper- 
ing with tN long-established 
holidays on our calendar. 



Looks like we were wrong. 

We figured the day of charges 
and countercharges in apolit- 
ical campaign was long gone. 
We actually deluded ourselves 
into belleidng that campaigns 
and campaigners were far too 
scqphlsticated to discuss any- 
thing but the issues. Just goes 
to show you. Even those of us 
who are used to politics and 
political maneuverings can be 
dead wrong. 






Actually mud -slinging, a 
well-known and accepted polit- 
ical practice began the day the 
United Ticket closed ranks and 
decided that six Independents 
were going to run as a team 
in the Democratic primary In 
July. 

One of the members of that 
united effort was quoted in a 
Norfolk Miwpeper as having 
said, "BUI wiU be the Number 
One target" (Of the United 
ticket). The Norfolk article 
went m to explain that a mem- 
ber of ttie ticket had meant Qiat 
the candidacy of incumbent 
State Stnator William P. Kell- 
am would receive great opposit- 
Um from the Unit^ Ticket. 

TUs ironld hardly seem fair, 
iiL^cUce, ttat an atire pol- 
itteal Uck^, ronl^ for diverse 
oCDees stouU ton their biggest 
gtms m OM nan and one of- 
fice, looks like t^ vnild be 
more interred in linni^ttieir 
own races. 



StiU this same United ticket 
recently asked the Administrat- 
ion ticket to sign a "fair cam- 
paign practices code". 

The code would ban false 
campaip literature, active 
campaigning t^ city employees 
during office hours racial pre- 
judice, defiamatioo of diaracter 
and other sudi juicy mud-sling- 
ing issues. 

V. A. Etheridge, moniog for 
City Treasurer od the Untted 
Ticket, said a wbiqwr oub- 
paign was alrrady going on, 
and that the code adoption by 
the Administration ticket was 
sought because of this. 

Tiie Administration counter- 
ed immediately Inviting the 
"Uniteds" to please bring Uie 
whiq>er camptign lntottieq?«>. 
If there was one, so the iwblic 
could know all abotrt it. 

The "Admins" also said Oiey 
agreed in principle with ttie code 
and ^t they had already sut>- 
scribed to it before being asked. 
They promised flat the records 
of thdr candidates wmild be an 
op«i book for the poblic to 
scrutinize. 

And (» tiie Ismie of "con- 
flict of Inters," the "Admins" 
saU if elected an cMcial is not 
aevotmg his full-time ettorts 
to his job, tb«itte|wbUcshotld 
know about it. The "Unitads" 
also said they would fornix a 
record at H^ii finncial loM- 
ii^s. 

Inddentelly ttie ionooice- 
meat of te form^foa ot the 
Urited ndt^ was reportadl^ 



a Norfolk Newsp^)er as having 
been accomplished at "an in- 
surance agency." tt could Ittve 
gone on to say one known as 
ttie Swlnddl Pollaek Insurance 
Agoicy, of which Ettierldge is 
president , and which he be- 
came president of while Treas- 
urer of the City of Virginia 
Beach. But those details were 
left out. 

Hie "Admins" also accused 
Virginia Beach Postmaster 
Josepb Crosswhite of vloUtfli^ 
Federal law by actively cam- 
paigning for the Ib^teds". Un- 
der the Hatch Actfa federal of- 
ficial is not avowed to actively 
particulate in political cam- 
laigns, except as a voter. They 
say ttiey can offer proof if an 
investi^cm comes. 

Crossiriitte said he ms 
"shocked". 

tt is still fkr too early to 
tell Jut what prcfiortfons ttM 
"war" will reach before July. 
Bat ttie skirmishes are surely 
hotter ttaa the hii^es of lUd«. 

"Admins'* and "Uniteds"..„ 
Gentlenm, all ....Slow dowta a 
t>it, before the hot fire boms 
itself out on a eitiaenry dis- 
gii^«l witti bickering from 
wittiin. 

"Itaiteds", mod-slingiag imd 
wU^r campmgns are in- 
ter^« terms, but out of place 
in (wr society of bxhiy. 

"Stains", be careful,' Do 

not allow yourselves to be 
drawn Mo the same ^wcU&ts, 



'^w.lrt'staUtissaes.ti 




By JoB^ Lowenttial Jr. 

A womtti's editor is an important part of every newspaper, 

I was toldi to say that \>y oar woman's editor, ttie gal with all 
those names, Jeanne Magee Tudcer. 

Long before' 1 was ever assodatad witti a nen^aper I bad 
ftn image of ttie old-time hard-drinkibig, hard-cussing reporters 
in crumpled suits sitting in a smoke-laden newsroom with a 
cup ot mudi-needed bind: coffee in one hand, a pencil in the 
ottier, and jockeying buk and iwth between ttie telephcme and 
the typewriter in a terrific freniy to meet a nearii^ deadline. 

.Then came the day of realism when I actually saw a news- 
room. The deadline are ttine. Some of ttie freiay is there, 
hut nottili« like I had imagined. The coffee, ttie tel^dione, 
ttie pencil, and ttie typewriter are ttiere. There are possibly 
few reporters idio may occasloaaUy dr^pk too much, but ttiey 
can't move too swiftly the morning after. But the suits are 
pressed and ttie style is Ivy League. Somehow or otiier, the 
mental picture was tietter. 

The one exc^tton in the old 
image was the woman's editor. 
I imagtoed her as some sort of 
Mdal goddess, who knew all 
and told all about fashion, food 
and fboling around in high soc- 
iety. 1 could see her as a fash- 
ion plate herself with a long 
cigarette holder, strikii^ a pose 
in her spacious private offlce 
at her very flishi(Hiable and 
terribly neat desk, dealing out 
ike "Dahllngs" to everyone who 
dared to mAet her inner, inner 
sandom or who had nerve to 
telephone in a story about an 
Inqwrthnt woman's event. 



One of 
aKindf 



Thank 
Goodness 



Then I met Jeanne Ifagee Tad»r. ^ 

There she sits in her paneled coMde, barely big enoi^ to 
support her desk, a table, a filing cabinet, a telqdione and 
herseU, 



Her desk is almost bklden by the stacks of newspapers, 
releases, pictnres, and little notes to herselt Her s^^int- 
ment bode is also ttiere somewbwe, and she never misses an 
appointment if she can find ttie book. In defense of what may 
seem to be a big mess, I must add th^ I have never known her 
to lose anything in that stack of diaos, at least for very long^ 

Most of the time she Is eittia rumiing around firantically, 
looking quite wlndilown and pertnited about something or other, 
or iflhe Is poised at tlie typewriter witti m oflbdlev^e scowl on 
Bcr' face as she stares at tte poaried wall^ waittaig for Us^irtt- 
km, I goess. 

Every morning when she comes in she bason an amide siq^y 
of lipstick, bat by 10 o'dock tt is gone, heaven knows where. 
And often she is a real tuldoo plate in white boots, wUte mesh 
stockings, a black and grey Glen plaid skirt and Uue shirt 
opa at ttie nedc corered by an off-white ribbed sweater. This 
pictnre is osoally topped off by a copy pencil damped between 
her teeth, and ttie rose-eolwed sunglasses on top of her head. 

And she doeait smdce, so ttie cigarette holder is not needed. 

The "Dahling" is actually refdaced wltti, "Hey Joe! That 
whole roll of film I shot There wamt any film in ibe camera." 

She's ttw grsitcst. fflie really is. And nobody can cover all 
the women's news llie way die can. Sometimes it's a fight, 
because she can be skletracked easily. She is a pushover for 
sales. 

Just ttie o&m day a Virginia Bead^ store held its annual 
Itagerie sale. She came bu± to ttie office bearing enough 
unmntioiialSes (whldi I will soon moition) to last a lifettme. 

I accidentally antered her (rffice as she was mdMigging it all. 
I was plopped down la a diair irtille she spread each lacy 
artfele Qo my lap. 

I liked ttw nice, sef^ pastd-ootored slips and ni^es, 
but ttiat lime-cdored pslr of pai^es was absolutely ridiculous. 

Then die Md op tbe^est looking apricot-cdoredmini-sl4), 
and said, "I don't ktew why I booght ttiis, but it was so in- 
expensive .... half price." 

Th«i she moaned and groaned aboot having spent so much 
mmey. 

Not 10 mlnotss latw, someone saM, "Hey, Jeanne, did yoa 
forget about Wdisters' Blade Cat SUe?" 

Sl» slirdked, and was off like a did to ttie SMnl-annial bar- 
gain sale, dieckbook in hand. She came back later, botti arms 
fall, and fhU <tf pride in havli« (wtsmarted all ttiose ottier 
bargain banters. More moaning and groaning abod ttie money 
she spent followed. 

If she is ever worried abod ajgrttdng, aU I have ever have to 
say is «%ALE" and she perks np nlcdy. 

^Ineidentally, she also Ukes stlUiy, Maybe it's becanse ttte 
two wwds somd alike. 

SEE 'Om SPOTS' F. 5 




wy^m 






j 



Thurfday, February 16. 19^7 




The Vifflinia Beach Sun 



,aimm 



Marlins Pick Up As Season Closes 



^U^S^^^'S^^^^^^r.^^ COMMERCE AT A MEETING LAST WEEK GOT AROUND 
TO AWARDING PRIZES IN THEIR CHRISTMAS DECORATmC CONTEST 

25SiS^iSuJ^^f.B«^^J ^° S^""^' ^"^« c^K, Dividual BUSINESS; MRS. 

^^ ^^^V^^l^^r. CENTERS: J. W. WILSON AND EDWARD L. CARROLL. 

Sffi?Hf«JInB,l,?2f iEf^°^^^^' ^^"^i.^^ BUSINESS. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
PRESIWINT BRAD PULLEY, RIGHT, M ADE THE PRESENTATIONS. 

late Start Falls To Slow Queens 



BY BOB WHITMORE 

Wttti its basketball season 
drawing to a close, tbe Bay- 
side Marlins increased their 
over-all record to six wins and - 
seven losses last Tuesday night 
by withstanding a fourth-period, 
surge ^ the First Colonial Pat- 
riots winning a 66-57 ronfer- 
ence victory. 

Ray Emerson and Ray Burton 
paced the win for the Marlines 
.with 17 and 15 points respect- 



ively. Neil Hill was high for FC 
with 20 points. 

A meeting with Oscar Smith 
Friday night was postponed to 
Monday night due to the snow. 
Also on the schedule this week 
was a home game with Cradock 
on Tuesday night, and a trip to 
Granby on the 17th. 

The Bayside wrestling team 
closed out another fine season 
by losing to the.Prineess Anne 
Cavalier matmen on Friday 



night. The score see-sawed be- 
tween the two teams throughout 
most of the match, but PA's 
BiU Felchner defeated Bay- 
side's Allan Maki, 5-0, in tbe 
Heavyweight class to^end the 
Marlin's threat, and win the 
match, 27-20. 

Winning for ,Bayside were: 
WeW) Dowdy (112), with a plain 
4:28} Steve Gallagher , (120), 
with a pin in 3:10, Terry Mein- 
hard (133), who drew, 0-0; Reil- 
ly Reynolds (165), 7-6; and B<* 
Craln (180), with a pin in 3:32. 




Neps' Tickets Selling Fast ^reeoTs 



; Hie Sifff Queens girls bosket- 
tmU teua, former State AAU 
Cbamptons, are being sponsor- 
Ad by tlw Oc«aiit-Janaf Beauty 
Academies tills swscm. 

Gettlof a late start because 
df sldDMSS and Injuries, Coach 
Jdin Todwr Is not busy getting 
the tetn rstdy for a coqde of 
oat of town toomainaits in 
Rldmood and LyncIdMirg. Tbe 
toain went to die finals in last 
ywrs Ridunood Invitational af- 
ter vlnotng tbe Norfolk YWCA 
ChamptoBrtlp. Tbey bad a 17-2 
von aad lost record last year. 

The Qoecos posted ttwlr first 
vietmr recMifiy \fi downing the 
meks taan 41-30 and last Sat- 
orday motored to Rlcbffiond to 
tun bad the PoUyanna's in a 
tlirlller S3-3S. 

Od Wednesday nigbt of Uiis 
«•* Am local girls will play 
Am Norttik Catholic High team 
at IKW pjn.'lidlowlng a pre- 
Umlaary pme starting at 6:30 
MwMB the Patriots ot tbe Vir- 
flnU Baaeb City Leagne and Qie 
Nmiblk Catbolic Junior Var- 
sity. Miss Vi Clark coaches 
tiM Patrloti as well as playing 
a iMUai role with the Surf 



Several new fiices go wifii 
tbe team. Bsvcrty Ricks, a new- 
comer, *bMi a very good gai^^ 
in Bl f ha fliw l f y* ff*MT p romiw 
of beiaf a rteady goard tbough' 
lacUi« la slse. Betty Wilbelm 
missed the Rldimond g^e but 
did wdl la tiie Bicks and Just 
coidd ba a real find. 

Bitty can bt wed at dtber 
tmrard or fiMuil and dioaki 
(laTClop into a fine idaymaker 



DeUila Casptf isa real host- 
}m and will see more and more 
aeUoa. Ann Greco, strong 
guard, played well in Richmond 
and irffli experieoce and pract- 
lea ooold be valoalde. Several 
odMrt are gatltag tryonts and 
may be added lata'. 



Veterans bade for another 
campaign are: Vi Clark, good 
outside shot and fine defensive 
player. Emma Lou Pope, a 
real veteran of AAU play who is 
loving one of her finest sea- 
sons, drives well and has a good 
one hand set shot. 

Betty Wright, tall former 
Longwood College player vdiose 
play is improved in her second 
year with tbe team. Linda Tur- 
ner who developed last year 
into a very dependable guard is 
back with her teacher room- 
mate Catherine Bolton i^ is 
the teams leading scorer and 
all around playmaker. 

Alice Meacom adds exper- 
ience and can play at forward 
or guard. She is out for about 
10 days with a brok«i nose 
suffered in the Hicks game. 
Barbara Foxwell a Surf Queoi 
star of several seasons is ex- 
pected back in about 10 days af- 
ter giving birfii to her second 
child, a dauber about Christ- 
mas time. Barbara is a great 
defensive player and retonoder 

Little Uague 



To Register 



The Princess Anne. Utile 
League irfll bold, tegistr^iim 
for the 1967seasononFebrary 
18 and 25 at Foundry Metbodist 
Church on Virgiida Beach Blvd. 
from 11 a.in. to 2 p.m. 

Boys l>etweeQ ages of 8 (Iqr 
A^ost 1) and 12 (not later fiiaa 
Aii^ust 1) are eUglble for ttie 
league. Boys shouhl bring birth 
certificates , a $2.00 registrat- 
km fee and be a<»ompanied by 
a parent or goardian. 

All last years boys must re- 
gister again. All m«i interest- 
ed in bdng manager, coadi 
or umpire, dKWld sip 19 at 
this time. 



Sun Spots 



CONTINUED FROM P.4 



Last week her Mbby was sick vith the flu. saie forced him 
to stay hcMne, wifii an Kimonition to sleep all day. Tb«i she 
was (jptte i|>iet when he got angry because she called and 
wokt kin np to ask bow be was feeling. Imagine that. 

That's iult ti» Uod of person she is, our women's editor. 
Every newqMper oo^ to have one like her^ but definitely 
oolyoaa. 

KING'S 

2 GREAT STORES VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 
IN NORFOLK 1851 E. LITTLE CREEK ROAD 

Misses' 
Royon Lined 



Vinyl Suede 

JACKETS 



3.99 



Of// 



Fashion colors 
Mm, Grten, AfHstope 
Blus, ^nartlystyl•clfor 
ccwlol tnar 



and will add ponch to the of- 
fense. She should be operating 
ftall speed by Tcwmament time. 

Coach John Tucker has his 
work cut out for him this week 
as he not only preim-es the 
Surf Queens but gets his Teen- 
age team ready for what could 
be a championship game this 
Saturday when they meet the 
once defeated Patriots coached 
l>y Vi Clark. Her team has 
come on strong after losing 
their only game in their first 
start of the seasuu 

A victory for Tucker's team . 
wooM mean the regular sea- 
son ebampionsbip, a loss would 
throw (he league into a three 
way tie. This game will be 
played at 12 p.m. Saturday in 
tbe Alanton Elementary Gym. 



^neral Manager Jim Dunn 
today announced the Norfolk 
Neptunes' sale of season tickets 
is movbig at a record pace for 
the 1967 Continental Football 
League season. 

"We have already sold sev- 
eral hundred more tickets than 
we did at a, comparable date in 
1966," says the Nep boss. "I 
urge all fans who are contem'^ 
plating the purchase of season 
tickets to submit their appUcz.- 
tions now and ensure them- 
selves of the best possible 



Find Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: Edward L. Boatwright,204 
Fairlawn Ave., you have Just 
won 2 free passes to the Janaf 
Cinema. Now playing "TheBlue 
Max" starring George Peppard 
and James Mason. 



To date Tidewater followers 
of the Neps have already pur- 
chased over 3400 season tickets 
and Dunn points out, "at this 
time a year ago we were around 
the 3000 mark." 

The Keps led the CFL in the 
sale of season tickets in '66 
with 5800 and expect to ecl^e 
that figure substantially. 

In order to stimulate the sale 
further Dunn also announced 
that taas may purchase season 
tickets by depositing only $6.50 
per seat and then pay tbe balance 
later. 

"I bo^ this policy will en- 



Find Name, Win Free Passes | 



courage our fans, bofii old and 
new, to file their application 
now. It is extremely important 
since the numtier of dioice 
seats at Foreman Field are lim- 
ited. Seats are now being dis- 
tributed on a first-come, best- 
seat basis. The tan who waits 
until the season is atwut to 
start to purchase a season tic- 
ket wiU find that the best loca- 
tion will already be gone." 



KellanKJtfins 



Last week, the first annual 
Boys Physical Education Gym- 
nastic Meet was held at Kellam 
High School with 26 students 
participating. Kellam High Sch- 
ool with 116.5 points placed 
ahead of Virginia Beach Junior 
High School; First Colonial High 
School and Cox High School in 
that order. 

High individual honors went 
to Randy Koach, Virginia Beach 
Junior Hig* School with a first 
in Side Horse; a first in Tumb- 
ling; a second in Parallel Bars 
and seventh in the Rope Climb 
for a combined 31 points. 

Seat belts are in your auto- 
mobile to be worn— not sat on! 



TIds week's issue (A tbe 
VtrflBta Beach Sun may 
carry a reward for youand 
Blae othar Vir^bttai Beadi 

roar naBM may be one ot 
10 scattered at random 
Ih ro atfiP B t the news and 
adveitlslnK columns of Uie 
pap«r in the. Sun's Find 
Yoor MaiM Contest, 

If yoa find your name, 
slop by die Virginia Beach 
Son office $i 3108 Pacific 
Avawa, identify yoorseif, 
and yoa will receive two 



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irtrilida Baaa Blvd. and $3 
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Remember, the names i 
win be scatterei fiirough 
out the paper. Look 
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ENJOYINC THE PUNCH AT KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL'S OPEN HOUSE RECENTLY WERE 
MRS. REVA KELBERG, SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER, AND N. W. MORRIS, PRINCIPAL. SERVING 
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THE NEW SCHOOL WHICH OPENED IN SEPTEMBER. 

Civic Chorus Play Contest Announced 

To Stage 

Operetta 



Deadline tot the sixth annual 
Norfolk Little Theatre play- 
writing contest is April 15. 



The Vlrgiiiia Beach Civic 
Chorus will agaia this year 
stage a Gilbert and Sullivan 
production, vrtth performances 
scheduled for Feb. 23, 24 and 
25 in the Virginia Beach Junior 
High School. 

TTie operetta, "Patience," 
will be, performed by Sally Rob- 
inson, BUI Boyle, TheresaWor- 
rail, Marie PhiUips, Karla 
Beasley, Anne Parkinson, Sam 
Ernst, Frank Ferrigno, Bill 
UtIey and Mike Heneghan. Di- 
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pear in the production also, as 
a replacement for a cast mem- 
ber unable to an>ear. 

Last year's production, "Rud- 
digore", was staged in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Little Theatre. It 
is hoped that the larger seating 
capacity of the high school wlU 
enable more people to attendj 

Tickets are avaihtmethrou^ 
members of the chorus or at 
the B & M Delicatessen, Atlantic 
Avenue. 



There will be a $50 prize for 
the best play submitted, a $25 
prize for the best one-act play 
and a $25 prize for the best 
full-length play. In addition, th€i„ 
prize-winning plays wiU be con- 
sidered for possible production 
by the Experimental Wingof the 
Norfolk LitUe Theatre. 



Entries should be submitted 
to Mrs. Elaine Cohan,' Norfolk 
Little Theatre, 801 Claremont 
Ave., Nbrfolk, Va., 23507. 




Rules for this year's contest, 
as announced by StanFedyszyn, 
manning director of the Little 
Theatre, are: 

The plays must be original, 
in the English language, and 
must not have beenptiblisbedor 
produced by professional com- 
panies. \ 

Plays may be any length, must 
be typewritten and firmly bound, 
no script will be returned un- 
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COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Click's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, . <^ the 10th 

day of February, 1967. 

Albert E. Harold, Sr. 
Plaintiff, 

against 

Ida M. Harold, Defemlant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 

the said plakitlff to obtain a 

divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 

upon the ground oldeSertion 

from the'd^endant. 

And ad affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a realdent of the State 
of VirginU, but that due dili- 
gence has been used by or in 
behalf of the complainant to 
find in which oeunty or corp- 
oration the defaxlant is without 
effect, the last know post office 
address being: 1226 Willcox 
Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia. 
It is ordered that she do appear 
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due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro* 
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A Copy - Tester: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
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Messrs. Fine, Fine, Legum & 
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BY JEANNE MAGEE TUCnOt 
Woowa's Editor 

Dear Barbara. . . ' 

I do miss our impromptu breezy sessions over the coffee cups 
.... you know, tlie kind that get imderway wltli the last school 
bus and last tntil you offer lunch. ... 

That's one of the great pleasures in life the working woman 
forfeits: the frieally neighbor's coffee. If you ever regard it as 
time wasted, think it no more. 

It's as necessary as a new hairdo or a night on the town .... 
when the family budget can't really afford either. 

Now, if I were sitting in your kitchen and we were draining the 
pot, what would we be talking about? 

You'd probably ask me what's new .... and I'd probably say 
nothing, but I'd be wrong. Lots of things are new. 

Jn addition to short shirts and thick heels, warm weather and 
cold weather, income tax and cub scout packs . . . there's the 
Princess Anne Women's Club fashion show, the Cavalier Garden 
CliA's auction sale and the Junior Virginia Beach Garden Club's 
kitchen show ... all coming-up happenings. 

In a(Mitl(Hi, there's a ship lolling around someiriiere in the 
CariM)ean with some 43 lucky Beacherims aboard'whom I know 
are laving the time of their lives because after the send-off they 
received, they couldn't help but have a bon voyage. 

I tried to get pictures before they sailed, tmt think of what it 
would be like stopping between li^ts on Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard around 5 p.m.? That's what it was like trying to focus a 
camera aboard theStateadamthedayOiedaythe Virginia Cruise- 
goers sailed. 

(SEE CRtnSE PAGE 2B) 



Married 

4 

Watson-Applegote . 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ed- 
irard Applegate, who were mar- 
ried in Madis<Mi, N. C, Jan. 29, 
will live in Williamsburg when 
they return from their wedding 
trtp. 

Keene-Clark 

Miss Cynthia Lee Keene and 
Lonnie O. Clark III were mar- 
ried at 4:00 p.m. Saturday In 
the Thalia Lynn Baptist Church. 
The Rev. Robert N. Wallace 
performed the ceremony. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. E. GUbert Keene. 
The bridegroom is the son of 
Dr. and Mrs. L. 0. Clark Jr. 

11)6 bride was given in mar- 
riage by her father. Mrs. Rich- 
ard W. Phelps, sister of the 
bride, was matron of honor. 
Miss Cynthia Renee Phel|», 
niece of the bride, was flower 
girl. 

Bridesmaids were Miss Jan 
Frances Cousins, Miss Beverly 
Shar(m Cobb, Miss Elizabeth 
Ann Foose and Mrs. William 
Dandridge Haden 0, 

Michael Lockhart Clark was 
his brother's best man.Groom- 
sm«n were William Dandridge 
Hadra n, Steven Thomas Clark,' 
Charles R. Stage, WUUam Wal- 
ter McClannan n, Bruce A. Mc- 
Strain and Richard W. Phelps. 

A reception was held in Bow 
Creek Country Clid>. 

After a nortbern wedding trip, 
ttw touple will live at Virginia 
Beach. 

For her wedding, the bride 
wore a formal white goMi of 
Frracb reembroidered Alencon 
lac«, styled witti an empire 
bofttce, U^ neckline wiUi seed 
PMrl trim, long sleev<ip ending 
in poliite and a semi A-line 
Skirt. A chapel length train of 
lace hung from the shoukHers. 

Her ^tendants wore sUm 
royal blue and green floor- 
l^U) dresses wltt a bac^pao- 
.fll. They were styled wltti an 
^>lre w^st andttree-qurter 
1«^ fitted sleeves. Their 
haadpteces were circular nets 
(tf royal blue attached to a flat 
royal blue bows. 



The former Suzanne Watson 
of Madison and Mr. Applegate, 
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
L. Applegate of Que^isbury 
Drive, Vlifinla Beach, were 
married by die Rev. Angus 
McGregor In a 3:30 p.m. cere- 
mony in the Madison Presby- 
terian Ciuirch. 

The bride is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Wat- 
son. 

Given in marriage by her 
father, she wore a gown of 
ivory silk satin, designed with a 
high Ixxlice and A-line skirt. 
The sco(q;)ed neck and bracelet 
sleeves were trimmed in Alen- 
con lace. Her in^rted veil also 
was trimmed with Alencon lace 
and extraded into a chapel- 
length train. She carried a Bib- ' 
le covered wifli white rose buds. 

Attending her were Mrs. Or- 
ville Van Thomas of Williams- 
burg, matnm <rf honor; Miss 
Elizabeth , Elaine Catroar of 
Cheek, Miss Jean Clark of Eliz- 
abethton, Tenn.; Miss Ann Moss 
ley Harris of Chase City; and^ 
Miss Martha Susan McDon^d 
ol Larchmont, N.Y., werebri* 
desmalds. Miss Carol Meagher 
of Elizabethton was junior maid 
of honor. 

The attoKJtots wire short- 
sleeved dresses of gold crepe. 
Their h«uSpieces were match- 
ing satin Dior bows. They car- 
ried white roses trimmed with 
gold rlMwns. 

OrviUe Vac Tbomas of Wil- 
liamsburg was best man. Serv- 
ing as usters were Richard 
Chamberlaine Burroughs (tf 
Norfolk; Ridord Allen Del(»« 
of Buchanan; Wilbur Kindred 
Powell of South Hill; and Louis 
Craig Thomps(» of Williams- 
burg. 

A rec^tiw was held in ^ 
home of the brkle's parents. 

The bride was graduated from 
VardeU Hall, Red Springs, N.C. 
4ad attended Miulison College, 
Harrisonburg. She plans to at- 
teiKi the Collie of William and 
Mary, where her hu^nd alao 
is a student. 

Mr. Ai^l^e i« a grtta^ 
(tf Norfolk Academy. 




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Thursday, February W, 1967 




Whither Thou Goest. . . 



... to club, to patio, to golf course ... this summer go in blaz- 
ers, ascots, checks and plaids. 

Go in strong for color, but go in easy for eye-piercing combiDa- 
tions. Above all, go in the Round the World Fashion Show to be 
presented by the Princess Anne Women's Club at 8 p.m. Friday, 
Feb. 24, where the spring and summer male fashion story will 
be told by Beach clothiers Alexander-Beegle, along with a show- 
ing of women's fashions from the Florence Wilson shop. 

The gala will be staged in the AlanB. Shepard Civic Center with" 
proceeds pegged for the Tidewater Heart Asso. 



Tickets are available through members, Alexander-Beegle's two 
stores, Florence Wilson shop and Hofheimer's Beach stores. 



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Special Happenings 



A special happening: a collection of fashions dispatched here by 
Playboy Magazine . . .a collection tracing the Mod Look from its 
earliest beginnings. 

.Accompanying the collection will be the magazine's ^hlon edi- 
tor, Robert Green, who'll share the stage with television person- 
ality Mildred Alexander. 



More happenings: the dome's lobby . . . which will be taken in 
tow by Willis Wayside and transformed into a fashionable foyer; 
the arena's interior . . . which will be bathed in candlelight ... 
a mampapth lo-oject of the clubwomen. 



THE SHOWING OF MEN'S 
FASHIONS WILL INCLUDE 
DAYTIME AS WELL AS EVEN- 
ING -WEAR. JAMES HARDEN 
JR. IS SHOWN IN GENUINE 
MADRAS BERMUDAS, TOP- 
PED WITH A MIGHTY MAC 
POPLIN YACHTING JACKET 
BANDED WITH COMPETITION 
STRIPES. 




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ALBIN MAIHLES WEARS A DOUBLE BREASTED SKIPPER 
BLUE LINEN BLAZER WITH A SILK FOULARD ASCOT FILLING 
IN AT HIS THROAT. WITH HIM IS BILL CAMPBELL, A PAST 
PRESIDENT OF THE TffiEWATER HEART ASSOCIATION, IN 
AN OFF WHITE DACRON AND WOOL SPORT COAT. BOTH 
MEN ARE WEARING COMFORTABLE DACRON AND WOOL 
SLACKS. 



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and those ^ho know how to go are going In the summer 

pantsuit .... called a variety of names by a variety of designers, 
but all amounting to the same thing: the fall and winter pantsuit 
with the legs chopped off. Several designers are conriblnlng the 
jacket with long ahd short pants . . . orthe skirt with short pants. 
It's a spring look in wool, a summer look in cotton. 







And b^ind It all . . . romancey pants, the mini >jmpsuit in cool 
cotton edged in lace. 



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The Virginia Beach Sun 



Thursday, February ie, 1967 



A Seagoing Happening ..• * 



: \ 

. . . at)oard tlie Statendam bound for the CarflbbeaJi ... a gala 
send-off for the Virginia Cruise Corp. . . . most well-wishers 
green with envy \dien the whistle blew them ashore . . . niiere 
they watched the huge ship slip away from a cold, add Iforfolk 
for 14 days in warmer waters. 



COMDR. WILLIAM B. BAGBEY WENT ASHORE WITH THE REST OF THE WELL-WISHERS 
WHEN THE SHIP SAILED. MRS. BAGBEY ACCOMPANIED HER PARENTS ON THE CRUISE. 

Eggshell A rt Explained 



"Let your cMitainer set Oie 
desip of your arrangement," 
was the advice given by Mrs. 
Michael Brown to members of 
the Birchwood Garden Clab. 
The clidD met recently in the 
home of Mrs. Paul L. Cheval- 
ier Jr. on Gotham Road. Mrs. 
E. W.Leamard was co-hostess. 

Mrs. Brown, a member of the 
Granbjr Shores Garden Club 
said: 

Use an interestingly shaped 
twttle or dish, decorated with 
medium to finely crushed egg 
shells. As a base for the shells, 
use any household paint in any 
color and while the paint is 
still moist, apply the shells by 
pouring them over the bottle, 
shaUag and rqxnirii]« ttitU a 
heavy coat covers the entire 
bottle. L^ the container dry 
for 12 hours. Process again 
with paint and shells, let dry, 
and finish with a coat of clear 



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shellac, paint, or spray with 
a clear lacquer. 

The club recently held a dried 
fiower arranging clinic in the 
home of Mrs. Howard Davis. 
Lampl Avenue. Future plans 
include a rummage sale to be 
held in March. 

The club's horticulture hint 
for the month of February is a 
cnecic of azaleas after hard 
freezing is over. They advise 
gardeners to spray the leaves 
with iron chelate if chlorosis 
appfftfes (ieav^ yellowed be- 
twetti 4eins)t-'^ * 

The Women's Auxiliary to 
the Tidewater Association of 
Home Builders held their lunch- 
eon meeting Wednesday in the 
Commodore Club, Kempsville. 



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Economics luncheon meeting is' 
scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, 
Feb. 26, in the Giant Open Air 
Market, Ward'sCorner,Norfolk. 

The group met recently for a 
tour of the variousdepartmehts 
at Willis Wayside. Eugene Lan- 
ning of the furniture company 
welcomed them. Hdstessforthe 
evening was Mrs. James C. 
Spencer of the home economics 
department at Princess Anne 
High School. 

The will and its location were 
items discussed by^the'gufest 
speaker, Thomas Sully, at the 
recent luncheon meeting of the 
Princess Anne Women's Club in 
Pine Tree Inn. 

The speaker, a Cniversity 
of North Carolina graduate^who 
received his law degree from 
the University of Virginia, told 
the women that in addition to 
the highly skilled lawyers in 
the Virginia Beach area, qual- 
ified specialists in the trust 
departments of all banks are 
available when necfded; he em- 
phasized the wisdom of using 
this talent. 

At the club's business meet- 
ing, Mrs. A. G. House, treas- 
urer, announced that though 
some collections ai^ still out 
standing, $8,400 was realized 
from the Antiques Show held 
last fall. The money wiU be 
used for scholarships and for 
Mental Health Building and pro- 
jects. 



Dr. W. A. Dickinson ipoke to 
members of the Princess Amie 
Woman's Clubof VirglniaBeach 
Tuesday in the Pine Tree Inn, 

Dr. Dickinson, a speciallstin 
diseases of the heart, spdce 
and showed films on cardio- 
vascular diseases. 

Music was Airnished by 
Charles Oliver, director of tiie 
Virginia Beach Civic Chorus. 

Mrs. R. E. Davsiqwrt was 
program chairman for the Feb- 
ruary meeting. 

Elizabeth River Shores Gar- 
den Club met Feb. 2 in the 
home of Mrs. J. T. Zydnm. 
Mrs. J. W. Thurston was co- 
hostess, 

Mrs. R. P. Richardson Jr. 
and Mrs. R. W. Frugard dem- 
onstrated the irt of arranging 
permanent flowers. 

Parents WiOmit Partners, 
Inc. Chapter #166 held its 
monthly meeting in the Lewis 
Webb Center of Old Dominion 
College Sunday. Rabbi Joseph 
Goldman was guest speaker. 

Parents Without Partners, 
Inc. is an international, non- 
profit, non -sectarian, educa- 
tional organization devoted to 
the interests and welfare of 
single parents and their child- 
ren. 

The February meeting of the 
Business and Professional Wo- 
men's Club of Virginia Beach 
and Princess Anne was held at 
the Cavalier Monday evening. 





RETIRED AFTER A LONG MILITARY CAREER, MR. AND 
MRS. L. R. COLE MAKE THEIR FIRST CRUISE TOGETHER. 

(SUN PHOTOS) 

LEFT: FRIENDS PRESENTED MRS. W. N. GORDCMi, SHOWN 
HERE IN HER STATEROOM, WITH A GOIKC-AWAY COR- 
SAGE. 



Arbor Month 
Proclaimed 



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(CONTINUED FROM IB) 



February has been proclaim- 
ed Virginia Beach Arbor MonOi 
by Mayor Frank A. Dosch. 

A proclamation signed In his 
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office urges all residents and 
owners and occiq>iers of prop- 
erty in a posltibD to so wo to 
plant a tree during February, 
1967." ^ 

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Witti February being design- 
ated Arbor Month, area resid- 
ents are being encouraged to' 
"plant for more beaotiM land- 
scape." 

"However , in so doing, we 
should remember that the . 
beauty lies not solely with the 
plant itself, but also with die 
actual placement of the mater- 
ial. The plant can make the 
landscape complete, or, by im- 
proper placement, it can mar 
Uie entire plan," said Elgla L. 
Easter, city horticulturist. 



Mother Gets 



Peqple tend to overplant in 
an effort to obtain the immed- 
iate effect of a 20-year-old 
design from newly planted mat- 
erials. What they eiKl up with 
is, in effect, a jungle. 

"Before one decides to plant 
another tree in his yard, he 
should determine if it would 
really add to his landscape; 
if it would, then he should 
certainly plant it. However, if 
an eidra plant would detract 
from the total desip of the 
landscape, then it should \aA 
as certainly not be planted.* 
the horticulturist cohtioued. 



To photograiA them you first of all have to find Uiem .... and 
looking for fliem was like looking for an arrowhead on tlw Trant 
fkrm. 

Sure I,lad a roster, and sure it told me where the 43 were . . 
. . bat I may as well have had a telephone directory, It told mi 
what staterooms they were in but it didn't tell me of any seen 
passageways to Oie staterooms .... and the only passageways 
I ooriil flnd^were blocked-wlth people, fiower s, fruit, bottlM, 
baskela aad luggage . . . enoo^ luggage to take the tourists a- 
KXBHl ttie world for two years instead of to the Caribbean for two 
weeks. 

By diance I iqntted Lelia Bagbey, iiijo, incidentally, was reg- 
istered as being from Roanoke. Her parents were treating, and 
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Ilien I ^ntted John Addeobrocdc . 
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Thus, the plant itself is not 
r% 9 -m.m t t ^^ primary factor involved, 

^On fl ra/l aH nig but rather, it is those nix) arie 
P^vai o '»-»*^»*«*10 planting the plant that decide 

whether ttie total landscs4>e de- 
sign will be enhanced or wheth- 
er it will be detracted from, 
Easter concluded. 



Lt. Gen. A. L. Bowser pre- 
sented four medals Saturday to 
Mrs. AlUe E. Crocker of 4409 
Mineola St., mother of Cpl. 
Joseidi N. Stevens who was 
icUled Oct. 14, 1966, in Viet- 
nam. 

Mrs. Crocker received the 
Pnrple Heart, Vietnam Cam- 
paign medal, Vietnam Service 
medal and National Defense 
medal. 



Find Y(Mir Name Cont^t Win- 
ner: William A. Cleveland, 617 
Virginius Dr., you have Just 
won Z free passes to the Janaf 
Cinema. Now playing "The Blue 
Max" starring George Peppard 
and James Mason. 



People were everywhwe .... lai^[hing, crying, eating, drink- 
ing, sbovtlag and n^sperii^ . . . shouting last minitfe Instroc- 
tloDS to ttiose staying btiiind to mind the store and widowing 
where the front door key was hidd^. 

And it was as cold as it was chaotic . . . making it all the more 
fun for those deserting the B«ich in favor of a wanner one. 

But ru be waiting tttere with my camera ^en ttey c(»ne back 
widi their ftmny hats and sunny tans. 

They should be beautifully rested, but if my guess is right, 
and the 14 days are like the sailing day . . . they'll be han^ In- 
deed to see borne port ... If only to get some rest. 

I had my camera with me this morning, too, . . . cook! have 
done a reaUy good deed for the Beantlflcation CommisslM U I'd 
had the onnrtiolty of usli^ It 

n was <» old Undon Bridge Road . . . alongside Oceam Naval 
Air Station ... one of the few great expanses of apea oauArj 
left ... In fhmt of me, a small brli^t red TrlumjA sports car 
... two naval offleors tossing from it empty cigarette wrapping*^ 
. . . shuneAilly Uttering our handsome highwj? , , . 

A slgM worth NOT seeing . . . 

But a ilglit well worm seeing . . . ttie spring bolbs po^og 19 

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1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 
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1 cup rolled oats (quick or old 

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Strawberry preserves 
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with a scant 1/2 teaspoon straw- 
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until a delicate golden brown. 



Beautification Awards Distributed 



The Virginia Beach Council 
of Garden Clubs recently mailed 
awatds of merit to some 85 
area Inisinesses and prop erty 



owierSwho havepartic^jatedin 
bwutifying their property. 

Following are those whom the 
dubwomen felt merited special 
cdmmendatlon: 



Mutual Federal Savings and 
Loan, 3529 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Willis Wayside; Rose Hall; Vir- 
ginia Nationai Bank. Pr in cess; 
Anne Plau; Pembrcdce Mall 

Shopping Center; Chesopeian 
Colony; Lum's Hardware, Las- 
kin Road; The White Heron; 
The Golf Ranch; and Strickland's 
Esso, Laskin Road. 



Mrs. Hopkins. Col. Thoma , 
Exchange Wedding Vows 



Arts, Crafts oncd Husbands 
Highlights Ocean Park Gala 



Mrs. lone W. Hopkins and Lt. 
Col. Daniel R. Thoma, USA 
(Riet.) announce their marriage 
Saturday, Jan. 14, in the chj^l 
of Trinity Episcopal Church, 
Arlington. The Rev. Gary Price 
officiated. 

Church Council 
Plans Retreat 

The Virginia Beach Council 
of Church Women United is 
sponsoring a retreat Feb. 24 
and 25 at the Washington Club 
Inn, Eighth and Ocean Front. 

'Dr. Richard Halverson, ex- 
ecutive director q^nternation- 
al Christian Lea^rship, and 
Douglas Coe, as associate dir- 
ector of the same organization, 
will be guest speakers. 




Hu^nods of Ocean Park 
Womeo^s Clid} members were 
treated to a ni^t out last week. 

They had dinner with the wo- 
men in the Commodore Club, 
viewed an exhttrit of the club- 
women's handwork and were 
entertained by a young soloist 
and a young after after-dinner 
speaker. 

It was ttie club's annual hus- 
bands' nigjit banquet. On hand to 
speak to the dinner guests was 
Phil Warren and to sing for 
thero^ Miss June Turner. On 
display was an arts and crafts 
eiiiUdt, winners of which will 
(^m^te in Qie tidewater Dis- 
trict, Virginia Federation of 
Women's Clid> competition 
March 7 in Oie CavaUer Hotel. 




Mrs. Thoma Is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Clement R. 
White of Virginia Beach. 

Mrs. Thoma's 6nly attendant 
was her daughter, Miss Alice 
Hopkins. William Renner of 
Berryville was Col. Thoma's 
best man. 

After a wedding trip to St. 
Thomas in the Virgin Islands, 
the couple will be at home in 
Falls Church. 

Attending the wedding, in ad- 
dition to the bride's parents, 
were Mrs. Charles F. Martyn, 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rector and 
Mrs. J. Edward Thoma of War- 
renton; Mr. and Mrs. William 
Renner of Berryville; and Mr. 
and Mrs. James King of Greens- 
boro, N. C. 



Also, Mtrtad FMtonlSnlws 
and L(mi, Pacific AvMna; Kti' 
lam and Eatc«, Pacific Avnqe, 
Virginia House, Pael^AfHde, 
^Unitid~1lJldf^agilHni|vi^|^ 
Corp., 33rd and Padl^ aad 
Wainwrlght Realty, 32od Md 
Arctic; 

Mr. R. Lee Page, Podiootas 
Drive. Washington Cld) Iim; 
Copper Keiue; Kona Kal Motel, 
Golden Sands Motel, U. S. Post 
Office, 24th and Atlantic; King 
of the Sea; The Empress Motel, 
Capes Beach and Cabana Club; 
Alan B. Shepherd Civic Center; 
the Egg Factory; and The Mar- 
iner. 

Names and recommendatiMU 
were submitted by all tbe Vir- 
ginia Beach garden cltA». 



Holiciay 
Happening 

Set at School 



Thoroughgood P-TAwIllspon- 
sor its second annual chicken 
dinner Friday night inthescbo- 
ol cafeteria. Dinner wlU be 
served from 5:30 to 8 p.m. A 
group of pupils, dressed In 
George Washington period cos- 
tumes, will add atmosphere to 
the cherry pie party. Tickets 
are available through room 
mothers. 



MRS. LOUB QUACKENBUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE CLUB, TALKS ART WITH GUEST SOLOIST 
«mE TURNER AMD AFTER DINNER SPEAKER, PttiL WARRE3I- IN'TO»RAOKGROUND IS HER 
COLLAGE WHICH WON FOR HER A BLUE RIBBON. 



Find Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: H. F. Butt, Jr., 3600 Sea 
Gull Rd. , you have just won 
2 f^ee passes to the Janaf 
Cinema. Now playiig "The 
Blue Max" starring George 
Pep|»rd and James Mason. I 



MRS-. J, T. STRAYHQRN (LEFT) S SHOWN WITH HER WATER 
COLOR AND OIL ENTRIES, BOTH OF WHICH WON BLUE 
RIBBONS. WITH HER IS MRS. D.D. BUCK, BLUE RIBBON WIN- i 
NER IN THE INK AND WASH CATEGORY. ' 

Pam Neal Makes Dean's List 



Miss Pam Neal of VirglnU 
Bm(± has recently been nanud 
to the Dean's List at St. Andrews 
Presbyterian College for Aca- 
demic excellence during ttie 
first semester. 



A Jtmlor, Miss Neal is a mem- 
ber of ttK Senate and Is record- 
ing secretary for this stodoit 
organiuticm. Marjoring in Eng- 
lish, die is the daughter of Mr. 



and Mrs. R. L.Neal, Jr., of 
584 HomeU Lane. 

To be eligible for the Dean's 
List, juniors must have at least 
a 4.50 quality point r^o mit of 
a possible 6.00. 



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Bretident of 3 Railroads 

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'^'tat*8 iMiert I Muw myage 
«l»ti|MtawHy/» conments Geo- 

•6M (videh, In^M^ntatty, Is 

lift 90's). 

'i astd to lave a seven handl- 
er." 

1,'" ^ 

.viVominM^y displayed in ttie 
IJIitSDce hall of his house on 
||itf ^ la a dpck-plaque pre- 
iMtM to him by the B eech-Nut 
Oet^MHiy for shooting the hole- 
fift^n^lhe oldest man in 196S. 
Al tiw age of 86, he shot a 
ho)e-in-oDe on the second hole 
0S$ yards) at the Princess Anne 
Cvntry dxlb, 

the shot inu authenticated l)y 
<j^ Digest Magazine, and a 
dopUcate award h«ngs at Oie 
coimtry dub. 

However, his beggest claim to 
tUM comes from his railroad 
career. He literally worked his 
way up to the top after startiiig 
as a rodman wiQi the B altimore 
fi Ohfb Railroad in July^ 1902. 

When be left the B & in 1924' 
he was superintendent of trans- 
portation in Cincinnati. H e be- 
oaitie /an assistant to the vice 
president of the Chess^ieake & 
OUp ^t year. In 1937 he was 
nttde president of the C & 0, 
m Nickel Plate and the Pere 
Marquette. 



r In 1943 he became ctelrman of 
Vba board of the Virginian Rall- 
road^ a positiw he held until his 
retirement in 1959. 

But retirement did not mean 
inactivity foe Brooke. One of his 
most time-consumii^ projects'^ 
hi^ been the establishment of 
tte new Virginia Beach General 
Hospital. 

"Willard Ashburn came by 
my house one evening and asked 
me if I would join in the group 
ttiat was planning to take over 
the hospital at the Beach and 
expand it to meet the needs of 
tiw community," said Brooke. 
"I agreed; the group got to^ 
gether, and I became its presi- 
dent. 

'*It was one of the most grati- 
fying things I ever did." 

His other activities inclwte 
working in bis yard (he mows 
his own grass) and bird hunting. 

"I like to hunt doves and 
quail, not here, mind you, but 
bjit in Buckingham County." 

His original plans didn't in- 
clude a railroad career. Born 
in Sutherlin, Va., ("That's 10 
miles from Danville"), he at- 
tended Virginia Military Insti- 
tute because his father had 
graduated from there, and be- 
cause the school had a good 




GEORGE D. BROOKE 



engineering course. H e re- 
ceived a B. S. degree in 1900 
and later received a civil en- 
gineering degree. 

His first job was as an in- 
structor in mathematics and 
military tactics at Culver Mili- 
tary Academy in Indiana. After 
two years of teaching, ne oegan 
his long railroad career. 



weather is turning warmer tor 
golf. And narcissi vbA jasmine 
are already blooming in his 
yard. 

He has anolher interest too - 
another generation of golfers. 
His 16-year-old grandson won 
his club's championship last 
summer, he Iwags proudly. An- 
other grandson has a four handi- 



Vepco 
Presents 

Summaty 

A revlsei} Md apHh^ed ec- 
ooomia datr sonmary of Vir- 
^a Beadi «ras presented to 
tt« VirginlaBetdipevelopiKHit 
C^ncil Mondqr to^^I. Cottrt- 
licy Taylor <A tte Vlifinit %i', 
ectric and Power C^panfs 
Area Devdopoient Dept. 

The sammary is an iqHIated 
syn^sis of flie economic stody 
kA Virginia Beadi prepared 1^ 
Vepco In April 1965. This Is 
the third stNA ooirtribtition made 
by ihe power eompany to the 
city's development groups I 
JiS^ 1964. 

Taylor said the summary is 
to be used as a tool to imple- 
ment thedevelo^entphignuns 
<A such local gi^s ts the 
VirginiaBeacM)eTelopm«Bt Co- 
uncil, the inAistrtal auOority, 
and the Chamiber of Commerce. 
Included in the summary is 
brief data on the city's IJ^- 
ical assets, populatioa, comm- 
ercial acti?ity, transportation 
facilities, otilities, taxes, med- 
ical services, and piA>lic educ- 
ational IhcUitles. The effective 
useftd life of the detailed ec- 
onomic study is apiMToximately 
three years, Tajrior said, widi 
the summary having a some- 
what shorter osefU lifespan. 




AWARDS AMOUNITNG TO ALMOST 1000 DOLLARS WERE RECEF^ED BY Elff ^^^ 
FLEET ANTI-AIR WARFARE TRAINING CENTER AND FLMT COi^TJR P6(^^^ 
TER. ATLANTIC. CAPTAIN WILLIA^N. HOMER (CENT^R).CORaj«ran^^ 
AND FCPC PRESENTED THE AWARDS TO (FRONT) KATHRYN BJOJN' SHmLEY SMITO, JTOL 
BROraERS, CAPT. HOMER, AUDREY COLE, AND MYRTLE DIFFENI,ERFER(BA^^^ 
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Promotions Announced City Gets Post Office Posts 



Two staff promotions have 
been announced by M. A. Rob- 
erts, manager of the Norfolk 
District of Humble OU. 

ttonald L. Bradley of 520 
t&tiiR Dr. has been elevated to 
assistant district manager,, a 
newly-established position for 
the district. He is. being suc- 
ceeded by Donald L. Dietz of 
3329 Doncaster Ct., who ad- 
vances from oil heat manager 
tor ttie Norfolk district 

A hative of Williamson, W. 
Va*, and a 1952 graduate of 
W*st Virginia University, 
Briulley joined the oil firm in 
Glirlfston, #, Va., as a ware-t, 
in 19&5« He served 
posts in Logan, Char- 
and Huntington in West 
Virginia before comity to Nor- 
folk one year ago. 

Dietz is a native of Baltimore 
and a 1960 graduate of Johns 
Hcvkins University there. He 
^ed Humble as a sales trainee 
in Baltimore in 1960, came to 
Norlblk the following year as a 
dealer salesman, ami was pro- 
moted to dealer sales super- 
visor in 1964. 




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the city of Virginia Beach 
hks been presented a plaque by 
the United Communitie s Fund, 
for reaching and exceeding its 
1966 goal. 

Roger Scott, assistant to the 
City Manager, was the chair- 
man of the city employees' 
unit. 

The goal^ the city employ- 
ees was set at $8,500. The 
actual amount collected was 
$10,773.80, or 126.7 per cent 
of the goal, according <tD Scott 

"t am very proU^^of.our 
citf employees,*'- said Sfcott. 
"Thte is the 10th year in a 
row the city employees have 
reached their UCF goal or ex- 
ceeded it." 

The plaque joined all the 
others on Uie wall of the City 
Treasurer's office. 



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The Methodist men's group of 
Lyimhaven Methodist Church 
wtll present "a womanless wed- 
diii^" u> the social hall of the 
chttrch Feb. 18, at 8:00 p.m. 

Admission for adults wiU be 
two for 29 cents. Proceeds from 
Um project will be used for plan- 
Mti church improvement. 

Tickets will be available at 
tb( door on the night df the 
"wedding". Lynnhaven Metho- 
di|t Church is located at 1033 
LtWe Neck Road. 



Business Sold 

A business that has been 
(grated at Virginia Beach for 
more than 40 years by one 
family has changed hands. 

Stormont's Selected Sea Fo- 
ods at 20th and Atlantic Ave. 
has t>een sold to Nick Nicholson, 
who is planning to continue the 
busin§ss at the same location. 

Courtney Stormont, one of the 
originators of the business, op- 
erated the store in recent years 
with David Stormont. 



Company Honors 
James Edwards 



James Edwards of 809 Gam- 
mon Rd., has been honored by 
the State Farm Mutual Automo- 
bile Insurance Co. for comple- 
tion of five years of service 
with the company. 

Edwards, a field claim repre- 
sentative in the Norfeik office 
of State Farm, is a native of 
North Carolina and a graduate 
of Wake Forest College. 



Piostmaster J. T. Crosswhite, 
Jr. today called attention of 
Virginia Beach mailers to the 
new "Postal Customer's Bill 
of Rights" to help meet Presi- , 
dent Johnson's government- 
wide goal of improving the qual- 
ity of federal services to the 
public. 

Directed at post o^ce window 
services. Postmaster General 
Lawrence F. O'Brien has 
ordered the Customer's Bill 
of Right implemented by two 
immediate steps at Virginia 
Beach. 

Posters will be^displtyed in 
the pest offfce lobby andservice 
counters containing 10 points 
which specify the kind of treat- 
ment customers have a right 
to expect. Instructions from 
O'Brien cill for careful ol)ser- 
vance of all points in the "Post- 
al Customer's BUI of Rights." 
The instructions also provide 
directions for the most efficient 



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management of window serv- 
ices. / 

The posters tell customers 
they are entitled to: 

1. A neat, clean counter on 
which to transact bqsteess. 

2. Service by a well-groomed 
neat window employee. 

3. A friendly greetiK that 
eq>resses a desire to lesist. 

4. Knowledgeable, well-in- 
formed, interested window per- 
sonnel to help widipostnl needs. 

5. Prompt, alert and efficient 
service. 

6. Competent and correct In- 
formatitHi on inquiries. 

7. An attitade that reflects 
heUiftdness, patience and con- 
geiOality. --,„. 

8. The courtesy and tact that 
would be expected f^om a friend. 

9. Polite referral to another 
'window or inMvidoal , when 
necessary, to give theqipropr- 
iate service. 

10. A feeling , upon leaving, 
that the post office is glad to 
serve and help at all times. 



Bonds for prise winning es- 
says in Princess Anne Lion's 
Club Peace Essay contest were 
presented to threcr Kellam High 
Sdiool students at the cltd)'s 
Ladles Night dinner last wedc 
at Kempsville Meadows Golf 
and Country Clid). 

A $50 for first place wenf 
to Michael Merritt, 16, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde N. Merritt 
of 3516 Club House Rd. His essay 
will be placed in competition 
witti those of other winner s from 
each Lions cM> of this district. 
Tte district winner wiU com- 
pete for the National award of 
$50,000. 

Odier winners were Midiael 
Lee Joines, 17, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Vernon A. Robinson of 
3524 Raintree Rd., and Daralyn 
Vope Wallace, 17, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Wallace 

Degree Given 

Rene Vlctcwr Cormier of 447 
Daiq^n La., received a master 
of arts degree from St. Louis 
University Feb. at the mid-year 
Conferral of Degrees ceremony 
held in the oniverslty gy^ .as- 
ium. 



of 1733 Salem Road, who tied 
for second and each received 
$25 bonds. 



Find Your Name Contest Win- 
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Detroiter Dr., yon htve Jnst 
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Students Learn to Operate Equipment 



Tlw audio-vlsual dq»rtiMnt 
of W. T. Cook« School have 
trtloed students in grades three 
throi^ siiHo operate vartois 

«iAeH4sual e^tpnent teionr- 
Ing to the school. 

Under the instrucfion of the 
Ittxrarian, Mrs. OrlanAvett^the 
stodorts have completed their 
tnalntag^ Those who qualified 
received cards tor the e^p- 
meDt which they^were trained 
to operate, such as the tape 
recorder, movie projector, 
slide and film projector. 

TIM students are also re- 
spon^e for the care of the 
ecifiipaHmt and fot chsckiilg' in 
and dot needed s\Qipites for their 
teaclwrs^ 



tpHms who have completed 
ttp 'i^ise, besides those |dct- 
uf|ia,!i4fe: Kent Bomemann, 
G|rii|Whlteney, Charles Tyn- 
dil, lo«y Johnson, Donnie Si- 
twrt; Douglas Thompson. Jac- 
ques Drufflheller, BilUe Britt, , 
Courtoey ii^er, John Irish, Ben- 
nett Strickland, Lee Williams, 
Daniel Davis and Darryl Doss. 



Also Robert Wood, Roger Ga- 
boon, Cal Spessard, Eddie Wil- 
son, Bill March, Edward Ross, 
Dttren Garvis, John Eaton, Al- 
lan Taliaferro, Janet Sykes, 
Joan Rooick, Becky Mellot, Ro- 
bert Coulthard, Billy James, 
Sandra Talley, Barbara Mit- 
chell, Eric FairchUd, Brian 
Brinklty, Earl Tierney. 

And I^arry Barnes, Richard 
Dyer, Timothy Powlowski, 
Janwy Morris, Cindy Marshall, 
Patty Walton, Sandy Husted, 
Janice Harmon, Cecilia Sharp, 
Rotwrt Soott, Sheryl Gammons, 
Karoi Burch, Katberine Car- 
roll, R. B. Allen and B<^y 
Mollis. 




SOME OF tap QUaIiFIED STUDENTS ARE SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT, SUSAN DOSS, RICK 
'LAVRICHEFF, DAVID JOHNSON , JOANNE PARKER, PEGGY COOKSON. STANDING, LEFT TO 
RIGHT, ARE LAURA NAPIR, CARL GOTTS, GEORGE W. CHANDLER, PRINCIPAL; HONNIE 
DEAN, MRS. AVETT, MARK HAYS, AUBREY JAMES, STEVE TROUTMAN, SANDRA COWELL, 
EARL SMITH AND RICHARD KOCH. 

No Separation froni God Two Join Firm 



Says Christian Scientist 



"Yon can no more be separ- 
ated from God than sunl^can 
be separated from Qw son." 

TUs Is what an ladlence b> 
Virginia Beach heard from El- 
bert R. Slaughter, C.S.,hChris 
b«rt R. Slaughter, C. S., a 
Christian Science lecturer who 
spoke here last Thursday. The 
event iras sponsored by First 
Church Qi Christ, Scientist and 
was held at tiie Cavalier, 

To become spiritually aware 
of man's unity wiUi God is hbw 
wc discover the "kingdom of 
heavea,*' he said. 



This kingdom 'is not visible 
to thf human eye," be added, 
"bec^nse it is a stite of con- 
sdousness." We "awaken" to 
It flvbogh the ^mge in oor 
thinking Vb»t com«s in moments 
of qjlritual prayer." 

Mr Slaughter, is a Christian 
Science practitioMr from Dal- 
las, Texas, and is currently 
on tour as a member of ttie 
Board of Lectureship of the 
First Church of Christ, Scient- 
ist, in Boston, Mass. 

The title of the lecture was 
"Who Shall Separate Us?" 



Two more partners have jobi- 
ed a law firm at Robbins Cor- 
ner in Bayside. 

Kenneth Whitehurst, Jr. and 
William E. Colverhouse have 
joined ttie firm previously oper- 
ated by Robert B. Cromwell, 
Jr. and Garland M. Layton. 

The enlarged firm is now kn- 
own as Cromwell, LAyton, Cul- 
verbouse and Whitebmrst. 

Cromwell, a former Virginia 
Beach judge, is presently a 
member of City CounciU White- 
hurst is presently seeking a 
seat in the Virginia House of 
Delegates representing Vir- 
ginia Beach, suibjecl to tbe July 
Democratic primary election. 



Copy Center Opens at Beach 



"AnytUng a camera can see, 
it can reproduce," states Peter 
J. Goaleci, of the capf center 
he and his broOier Josq)h open- 
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bination ofphotography plus off- 
set prilling. No masters are 
required. 

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copy (it can reduce 50 percent 
and enlarge iq) to 10 percent). 
It produces a (date which can 
p^int iq) to 5,000 o^es oo an 
offset duplicating machine. 

One day service is featured, 
and futer irark can be dcme if 
necessary. 

They are advertising repro- 
ductimi of 1-1,000 copies of any- 
filing from business forms, bus- 
iness cards and advertising fly- 
ers to gard«i club minutes plus 
almost everyUiing in between. 

A Xerox 914 has been ordered 
for single e^ reproduction, 
Gu^eoi said. He was in the 
printii% business in Richmrad 
for more than five yearsbefore 
moving to the Beach. 

"1 like the change of petvle 
with the seasons and the oc^ 
here,". Gualoii said. 

He has joined tl^ Chamber of 
Commerce and the Toastmas- 
ters Clob and is Interested in 
starting a Toasnnasters ytwth 
group here. 

Civic Leafifue 
Elects Officers 

Fred G. Ward was elected 
president at tiM January meet- 
ing of tbe Bayville Park and 
Gardens Civic Leagira. 

Other new officers are Edwin 
H. BuMwe, vice presMent; 
Charl^ Shelby, treasurer; Mrs. 
.Leo Milam, reoordii% secre- 
tary. Members bf tbe board of 
dirtdors are Sylvester Lud- 
ano, Mrs. Fruyc Wilson and 
Harold telley. 




Find Your Name Contest Win- 
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761 Crq)e Myrtle La., y^have 
just won 2 free passes to the 
Janaf Cinema. Now playing 
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Thursday, February }6, 1967 




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otice of School Desegregation Plan Under 
title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 



0) The City of Virginia Beteh 
I»bIIc school system Is being 
desegregated imd^r a plan a- 
dopted in accordance with Title 
« of the Civil Rights Act of 
1964. Ilue purjMise of tte desegre- 
gation plan is to eliminate from 
our school system the racial 
s«gr^ptton of students a^ all 
other terms ojf discrimination 
based 6n race, color , or national 
origin. 

For flie school year beginning 
Mxt fall, non -racial geographic 
^niog will apply to the following 
twenty six elementary schools: 
Alanton, Aragona, Arrowhead, 
Bayside, Brookwood, Dey, Hol- 
Ittul Road, Hermitage, Kemps'' 
landing, Kempsville Elemen- 
Hriff Kempsville Meadows, 
I^'s Grant, Kingston, Lux-i,. 
ford, Lynrfiaven, Malibu, Old 
Donation, Pembroke, Plaza, 
aielton Park, Thalia, Thorou^- 
Rood, Trantwood, Woodstock. 
. Williams, and Windsor Woods. 

All students inthe same grad< 
ilK) liVe in the same zone wil 
be assigned to the same schoo 
dCjspite the school now attended. 

A student assigned to one of 
these schools may transfer 
from the schools only under 
the following conditiois: A stu- 
dent who is physically or men- 
tally handicapped may be per- 
mitted vpoa his written applica- 
tion to transfer to another 
school designed to fit Ms special 
needs. Transfers for any other 
reasons will not be permitted. 

On February 20, 1967 the 
parent, or other adult perstju 
acting as parent, of each stu- 
dent who will be assigned to 
one of the above schools will 
be sent a letter telling him the 
name and location of the school 
to which the student will be 
assigned for the comitig year. 
The letter will also give infor- 
mation on any school bus ser- 
vice provided for the student's 
neighbgNfood. The same letter 
and this notice will be sent 
out on the above named date 
for all children the school sys- 
tem expects to enter one of the 
named schools for the first 
time next year. This includes 
children entering first grade. 
If ^e school system learns of 
a new student after the above- 
mentioned date, it will promptly 
send the student's parent such 
a letter and a copy of this 
notice. 

Maps showing the boundary 
lines of the attendance zones 
established for the twenty six 
schools bemg zoned ^ill be 
freely available for ini^ection 
by the public at the Superin- 
tendent's office by February 20, 
. 1967. lndividuaJ,,zone maps will 
he available af^each school at 
that time. 

Any revision of attendance 
zone boundaries will be an- 
nounced by a prominent notice 
in a local newspaper at least 
30 days before the change be- 
comes effective. 

(2) Parents or other adult per- 
sons acting as parents of ele- 
;,vni«|^y students in those ele- 
^twittarji schools not being zoned 
fori the' 1967 school year, and 
ea^ student, or his parent or 
other persons acting as parents 
la ^'ajl other grades will have 
aiu}ther opportunity to choose 
the school the student will attend 
next year. The choice period 
will begin on Fiebruary 20, 1967 
ahd close March 21, 1967. 

iZY/Qti the first day of the 
^i^ce period, an explanatory 
letter will be sent by first- 
claiss mall to the parent, or 
other person acting as parent, 
of each student then in the 
schools who is expected to at- ^ 
tend school the following school 
year. A school choice form 
will be sent with each letter, 
together irtlh a return envelope 
^ftMressed lo the Superinten- 



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dent. Addltio^ copies of the 
letter, this notice and the choice 
form are freely available at 
all schools and at the Office 
of the Superintendent. 

(4) Parents and students, at 
their option, may return the 
completed choice forms by hand 
to any school or by mall to 
the Superintendent's offlce, at 
any time during the 30-day 
choice period. No preference 
will be given for choosing early 
during the choice period. A 
choice is required for each stu- 
dent who is assigned to a non- 
zoned school. No assignmei^ 
to a school can otherwise be 
made unless a choice is made 
first. 

(5) The choice school form 
lists the names, locations and 
grades offered for each school. 
The reasons for any choice 
made are not to be stated. The 
form asks for the name, ad- 
dress and age of the student, 
the school and grade currently 
attended, the school chosen for 
the following year, the iqp- 
propriate signature, and wheth- 
er the form has been signed by 
the student or his parent. The 
race, color, or national origin 
of the student is requested for 
purposes of record keeping re- 
quired by the U. S. Office of 
Education. The information will 
not be used in any way to dis- 
criminate against the student. 
Any letter or other written 



communication which identifies 
the student and the school he 
wishes to attend will be deemed 
just as valid as if submitted on 
the choice form supplied by the 
school system. The names of 
shidents and the schools they 
choose or, are assigned to under 
the plan will be made public 
by school officials. 

(6) To guide students and par- 
ents h) making a choice of 
school, listedbelow, by schools, 
are the courses and programs 
whicl^ are not given at every 
school in this school system. 

(7) A choice form may be 
signed by a parent or other 
adalt person acting as parent 
A student who^ has reached the 
age of 15 ^t th6 time of choice, 
or will next enter the ninth or 
any higher grade, may sign his 
own choice form. The student's 
choice shall be controlling un- 
less a different choice is ex- 
ercised by his parent before 
the end of the period during 
which the student exercises his 
choice. 

(8) No choice will be denied 
for any reason other than over- 
crowding. In cases where grant- 
ing all choices for any school 
would cause overcrowding, ^e 
shidents choosing the school 
who live closest to it will be 
assiped to that school. When- 
ever a choice is to be denied, 
overcrowding will be deter- 
mined by a uniform standard 




R. ADM. J. S. DIETZ CONGRATULATES CDR. C. S. "JAKE" 
WOOD DURING RETIREMENT CEREMONIES FOR CDR. WOOD 
AT THE NAVAL SUPPLY CENTER. AFTER 30 YEARS IN THE 
NAVY, CDR. WOOD PLANS TO MAKE HIS HOME AT VIRGINIA 
BEACH. CDR. WOOD HAD SERVED AS DEPUTY DIRECTORY 
OF THE SUPPLY CENTER'S FREIGHT TERMINAL DEPT. 
SINCE AUGUST 1965. 

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Joseph L. LaGiglia, 316 East 

Bay Shore Dr., was honored 
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Company, New York, for his 
outstanding achievements dur- 
ing the past year. 

Ih a ceremony held at the 
company's Tidewater agency, 
located at 7460 Tidewater Dr., 
Norfolk, LaGiglia was named 
a member of the Leaders Club, 
a company hcmor group for field 



underwriters. Hewaspresented- 
with an engraved bronze Lead- 
ers plaque by Manager James 
S. G. Davenport, at the cere- 
mony. 

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Susquehanna Dr., you have Just 
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applicable to all schools in the 
system, excluding those schools 
named in section l above. 

(9) All studenhi and their pa- 
rents will be promptly notified 
in writing of their school as- 
sipiments. Should any student 
be denied his choice because of 
overcrowding he willbeprompt- 
ly notified and given a choice 
among all other schools in the 
system where space is avall*- 
able, excluding those schools 
named hi section 1 above. 

00) A choice of school for any 
student who will be new to the 
school system may be made 
during the 30-day choice period 
' or at any time before he en- 
rolls in school. An explanatory 
letter, this notice and the school 
choice forth will be given out 
for each new student as soon 
as the school system knows a- 
bout the student. At least seven 
days will be allowed for the re- 
turn of the choice form when a 
choice is made after the 30- 
day choice period. A choice 
must be made for each student. 
No assignment to any school 
can be made unless a choice 
is made first, excluding those 
schools named Ui section 1 
above. 

(1 1) The parent, or other adult 
person acting as parent, of ev- 
ery child entering the first 
grade, is required to choose 
the school his child will a,ttend. 
Choices will be made under the 
same free choice process used 
for students new to the school 
system in other grades, as pro- 
vided in paragraph 10, exclud- 
ing those schools named in sec- 
tion 1 above. 

(12) No choice made after the 
end of the 30-day choice period 
may be denied for any reason 
other than overcrowding. In the 
event of overcrowding, choices 
m^e daring the 30-day choice 
period will have first priority. 
Overcrowding will be deter- 
mined by the staiKlard provided 
for In paragraph 8. Any parent 
or student whose first ciraiceis 
denied t>ecause of overcrowding 
will be given a second choice 
in the manner provided for in 
paragraph 8. 

(13) Any academic tests or 
other procedures used in as- 
signing students to schools, 
grades, classrooms, sections, 
courses of study, or for any 
other purpose , will be applied 
uniformly to all students with- 
out regajrd to race, color or 
national origin. No choice of 
school will be denied because 
of failure at the time of choice 
to provide any health record, 
birtti certificate, or other docu- 
ment. The student wiU be tenta- 
tively assigned in accordance 
with the plan and the choice 
made, and given ample time to 
obtain any required document. 
Curriculum, credit, and promo- 
tion procedures will not be ap-j 
plied in such a way as to ham-«^ 
per freedom of choice of any 
student. 

(14) Once a choice has been 
submitted, it may not be chang- 
ed, even ^ough ttie choice peri- 
od has not ended. The choice 
is binding for the entire school 
year to which it ^yiplles, except 
in the case of (1) compelling 
hardship, (2) c^nge of resi- 
dence to a pkce where another 
school is closer, (3) the avail - 
abilltv of a school desiped to 



fit the special needs of a physi- 
cally handicai^ed student, (4) 
t^ availability at anotiier 
sdiool of a course of study 
required by the student, which 
Is not available at the school 
chosen. 

(15) All school -connected ser- 
vices, facilities, athletics, ac- 
tivities and programs are open 
to all on a desegregated basis, 
A student attendhtg school for 
the first time onadesegrepted 
basis may not be subject to any 
disqualification or waiting per- 
iod for participation in activi- 
ties and programs, including 
athletics, which might other- 
wise apply because he Is a 
transfer student. All transpor- 
tation furnished by the school 
system will also operate on a 
desegregation basis. Faculties 
will be desegrepted, and no 
staff member will lose his po- 
sition because of race, color or 
national origin. This includes 
any case where less staff is 
needed because schools are 
closed or enrollment is re- 
duced. 

(16) No arrangement will be 
made, or permission granted, 
by this school system for any 
shidents living ui the communi- 
ty it serves to attend school 
In another school system, where 
this would tend to limitdesegre- 
ption, or where the opportunity 
is not available to all students 
without regard to race, color 
or national origin. No arrange- 
ment will be made, or permis- 
sion granted, by this school 
system for any students hving 
in another school system to at- 
tend school in this system, 
where this would tend to limit 
desegreption, or where the op- 
portunity is not available to all 
shidents without reprd to race, 
color or national origin. 

(17) It is a violation of our de- 
segreption plan for any school 
official or teacher to influence 
or coerce any person in the 
making of a choice or to threa- 
ten any person with penalties or 
promise favors for any choice 
made. It is also violation of 
Federal regulations for any 
person to Intimidate, threaten, 
coerce, retaliate or discrimin- 
ate against any individual tot the 
purpose of hiterfering with the 



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Anyone with a cobplaint to re- 
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attention of local school offic- 
ials, unless he feels it would 
not b6 helphil to do so. If local 
officials doiuot correct the vio- 
lation prompUyj any person 
familiar with the .&cts of the 
violation should report them 
immediately to Uie U. S. Office 
«f Education at the above ad- 
dress or phone number. 

* LEGAL NOTICES 

, NOTICE 

This is to notify the public 
that the undersigned, trading as 
KNIFE N* FORK INC. will with- 
in ten days after publication of 
this notice apply to the Virginia 
State Alcoholic Beverage Con- 
trol Board for a license to sell 
beer and wine for off and on 
premises consumption. 

George Proferes 
KNIFE N' FORK INC. 
1900 ATLANTIC AVENUE 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
2-16-lT 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of tiie 
Circuit Court of Uie City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day 
of February, 1967. 
Nancy E. Gainey, Plaintiff, 
against 

Donald Robert Gainey, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintlfl to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of constructive desert- 
ion. 



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• LEGAL NOTICES 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tliat the defend- 
ant is not a Tesident of ttie 
State of Virgtma, thelastimowii 
post ofttce address being: 8619 
Hurlburt St., Apartinent 9, San 
Diego, California 92123. It is 
ordered tbat he do gflpear here 
within 10 (Ten) days a^r (hie 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest la tlds suit. 
A Copy- teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Doamar, Phicus, An- 
derson & Koli^t, Attys. 
Suite 550 Law Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virghiia 23510 

2 16 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of Uie City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day 
of FAruary, 1967. 
Richard Bruce Heller, 
Plaintiff, _ 

against 

Elaine Valerie Heller, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
decree of divorce from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tiiat the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1027 Nep- 
tune Drive, Chula Vista, Calif- 
ornia. It is ordered that she 
do appear hefe within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A Copy - Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLB NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Allen J. Gordon, Atty. 
4211 E. hidlan River Road 
Chesapeake, Va. 23519 

2 16 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
hi the Clerk's Office of Hie 
Circuit Court of Uie City of 
Virghiia Beach, on the 3rd day 
of February, 1967. 
Richard A. Notestine, 

Plahitiff, 
against 

Arlene B. Notestine, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo mat- 
rimonii from the said defend- 
and upon the grounds of desert- 



• LEdAL NOTICES 

ion aiid cruelty for 'more than 
one year next preeeeding the 
histttuUon of this suit. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tiiat ttie defend- 
ant la a non-resident of Uie 
State of Virginia, Uielastlmown 
post offlce address being: Route 
2, Box 134, Tiffin, Ohio 44883. 
It is ordered that she do appear 
here witiiln ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in tUs suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C; 
Messrs. Taylor, Gustin Harris 
Fears ii Davis, Attys. 
Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Virghiia 

2 16 4T 

• I . N ■ - -I . 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In tiie Clerk's Office of Uie 
Cirouit CdUrt of Uie City of 
Virghiia Beach, on ttieTOiday 
of February, 1967. * 

Clara Carter Prad, Plaintiff, 
against 

John E. Pond, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of Uils suit is for 
Uie said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et Ukh*o which 
indufr-course may be merged 
into a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant 
upon the grounds of desertion 
and cruelty with reasonable ap- 
prehension of bodily harm. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, Uie hist known 
post office address behig: U.S. 
N. VR. 8 N.A.S., Moffett Field, 
California. 

It is ordered that he (k> ap- 
pear here wiUdn 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Michael B. Wagenheim, Atty 
1010 Virghiia National Bank 
Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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• LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES 



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NOTICE 
This is to notify the public 
fittt the ondersigned, trading as 
Shadow Lawn Gro. will within 
tnn days after publication of 
fids notice apply to the Virgin- 
la State Alcoholic Beverage Co- 
ntrol Board for a license to 
Ml! beer and wine for off pre- 
mises consomptlon. 

Mevelyn B. Ginn 

Shadow Lawn Gro. 

700 Norfblk Ave. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
2 16 IT 



Purchasing Agent 
City of Virginia Beach 
.' 2 9 2T 



-COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 8th day 
(tf Fflt>raary, 1967. 
Preston Alfred Holmes, an in- 
fuit under the age of twenty- 
one years wtio soes by his mot- 
her, Betty Alice Holmes, as 
Next Friend, Plaintiff, 
against 

Terry A. Holmes, an infant, 
etc*. Defendant* 
ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is for 
ttie said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro to 
l>e later merged into a decree 
of divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
^ fl>e grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and tiled that the defend- 
and Is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post offlee address being: 1321 
Cherryval* Drive, Sumter, So- 
oth Carotim. 

It fa ontered that she do ap- 
patr bera wttidn 10 (ten) days 
after duepiMlcatlon hereof, and 
do irtiat may be necessary to 
protect ho- Interest in this suit 
A CofV-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHTLLB NEWMAN, D.C. 
Ccmstantine A. Spanoulis, Atty. 
Theodore A, Boyce, Atty. 
IDS North Plaza Trail, 
Va. Beach, Va. 

2 16 4T 



NOTICE 



This Is to notify die public 
tint the undersigned, trading 
M Carousel Restaurant wUl 
wlihin tn days after publica- 
tiOB of ^s notice apply to the 
VlrflaU State Alcoholic Bever- 
•fi Coatral Board for a license 
to stll beer and wine for off 
and 00 premises consumption. 
Wltcber's Bros., Inc. 
T/A Carousel Restanrairt 
1884 Va. Bttch Boulevard 
Virginia Batch, Va. 

2 16 IT 



PROPOSAL 

Additions to Thalia 

Volunteer Fire Department 

Thalia Road 

Virginia Baach, Va. 

Saalad bids wlU be received at 
tlw Thalia Volunteer Fire De- 
partment Bulldl^ uirtil 3:00 
p.ra., Fetanary 23, 1967 for 
mtroxlBuUaly tlie following: 
One additkm on South side of 
aifirox. 1470 square feet one 
^ry masonry, (»e addition 
vast and of office area of ap- 
proK. 160 square feet, and site 
work. 

Coirtract documents. Including 
drawings and technical ^cif • 
leatkos, are on file at the build- 
ings' and Contractors' Ex- 
danga. Dodge Plan Room, and 
Thayer t WalUca, 600 W. ZSth 
Strprt, Norfblk, Virginia. Con- 
trad doemnants are available 
fbr purchase at Thayer & Wal- 
' lace. 

Biditors will be retpdred to have 
a 1967 Virginia Contractors 
Cartiflcate. 

A bidders bond or certified 
check BMde payable to d» City 
of Vlrgbiia Beach, in a sum of 
not leas than 5% of the amount 
bkl, most accompany each pro- 
ponl* 

The ow^r, City of Virginia 
Baadi, .rwerves ti)e ri^t to 
rajaet any or all bMs. 

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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLEmcS OFFICE OF 

THE CIRCUIT !fe0URT OF THE 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACfiON 

THE 1st DAY OF'FEBRUARY, 

1967. 

IN CHANCERY 
Docket No. 10609-A 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a mtmicipel corporation. 
Complainant 
vs. 

JAMES T. COSTON, 
Deceased, a/k/a 
James T. Costen^ et al.. 
Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of the above styled 
suit is to sell, free and cl^r 
of all liens and encumbrances, 
for the satisfaction of the liens 
thereon, those certain lots, fr- 
acts or parcels of land, sit- 
uatecT in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and bounded 
and described as follows: 

ALL those two certain lots 
or parcels of land, located in 
the City of Virginia Beach (for- 
merly in Princess Anne County, 
Virginia), known, numbered and 
designated as Lots numbers 
forty-eight (48) and sixty-two 
(62), on the plat of the pro- 
per^ of C. M. Hodgman, made 
by C. F. Petrie, C. E., dated 
August 2, 1912, and duly record- 
ed in said Clerk's Office in 
Uaji Book 4, page 282; to which 
said plat reference is herd)y 
made for a more parttcular 
description of said lots. Said 
lots front % feet, more or less 
on Qie north side^ of Lake Street 
and extend north between paral- 
lel lines to Little Creek Road, 
as shown on said plat. 

It being a part of the same 
property conveyed to the gran- 
tor herein by deed recorded in 
the Clerk's Office of the City 
of Virginia Beach in Deed Book 
89 at page 140. 

All those four certain lots, 
pieces or parcels of jland, "kn- 
own, numbered and designated 
as Lots Nos. thlrty-fOur (34), 
thirty-five (35), seventy-five 
(75), aiKl seventy-six (76) on the 
plat showing subdivision of the 
property owned by Charles M. 
Hodgman in Princess Anne Co- 
unty, Virginia, whidi plat was 
made by C. F. Petrie, Civil 
flngineer, on the second day of . 
August in U>e year 1912, and ia 
duly recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, Vfr- 
glnia In Map Book 4 at page 
282, the said lots hereby con- 
veyed being more particularly 
described as follows: begiudng 
at the intersectlota of Little 
Creek Road and Pine St., as 
slkown qpon said plat, tboice 
namliv In a southwesterly dfr- 
ecticM along the west side of 
Pine St., a hundred and forty- 
flva feet to a stob, thence «»- 
tinulng a hundred and forty- 
five feet al(»% eastern side of 
lot no. 76 herein conveyed a 
difdanre of one hundred and 
torty-fiva feet-to Udee Street, 
thence runnbg along die north 
side of Lake Stjseet in an aast- 
erly direction a little norOi a 
distance of sixty feet to a stob, 
ttieoce running north a little east 
a luffldred and ibrty-flve feet 
along the western side of Lot 
75 herein conveyed to a stob, 
thence continuing a Inmdredand 
torty-flve fe^ along the western 
side (rf Lot 55, herein conveyed 
a hundred and forty-five feet 
to LItde Cred( Road, ttwnce 
aloBg axith side of LittteCreek 
Road sixty fe^ to point of be- 
ginning. 

It being die same property 
conveyed to James T. Costen 
by deed dated September 14, 
1916 of Charles M. Hodgman 
and Virginia M. Hodgman, his 
wifb record in tte Clot's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
die City of Virginia Baadk,/ 
Virginia in Deed Book 99 it 
page 67. 

And it i^ipearing from ttie 
averments of the Bill of Com- 
plaint filed herein aixl by affi- 
davit duly filed: 

FIRST: That diligence has 
been used by and on bdialf 
of the complainant to ascert^ 
in what county or corporatlcm 
the following defendants are, 
wlduMt effect, and Oielr l»t 
known post office addresses, 
where kno«m, are as follows: 



John Wesley Willis 
Address Unknown 

Earnest Walter Willis 
Address Unknown 

Paul Terrence WUlis 
Atklress Unknown 

Junes Phillip Morris 
5 Holborn Park 
Dorchester 21, Mass. 

Mary LftMAfori^ 
5 Holborn Pui k 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Robert Caston Willis 
225 South sadist. 
pmadelpUa 39, Pa. 



* LEGAL NOTICES 

Coiilren Leroy WUUs 
Riverton, New Jersey 

SECOND: That die said James 
T. Coston and otiier defendants 
in this suit may have died leav- 
ing heirs, devisees,, personal 
representatives, surviving con- 
sorts, or lien creditors and If 
so, their namesare unknown and 
their last known post office ad- 
dresses are unknown. That 
there are or might be persons 
odwr than those named in the 
8111 of Complaint interested iti 
the real estate to be disposed 
of in this suit whose names and 
last known post offioeaddresses 
are unknown. 

Jt is, therefore, ORDERED 
that the above named persons, 
if living, and if dead, tiieir heirs, 
devisees, lien creditors and 
personal representatives, and if 
inarrled, their respective con- 
sorts, and all other persons 
other than those herein named, 
who are or might be Interested 
In die real estate to be dis- 
posed^ of in this suit, whose 
tiames are unknown, do appear 
widiln ten days after due piib-f' 
Ueation of this notice and do 
vrtiat is necessary to protect 
their interests. It is further 
ORDERED tiiat the foregoing 
pordon of this Order be pub- 
lished once a week for four 
successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a newspaper 
published in the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia. 
TESTE: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
I ASK FOR THIS: 
Stanley A. Phillips, p.q. 
Assistant City Attorney < 
2, 9 4T 

PURSUANT to a decree entered 
in die Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on the 13th day of January, 
1967, in the suit of R. F. Filer, 
W. H. Miles and R. F. Filer, 
Jr., partners trading as Nor- 
folk Sash and Door Company, 
complainants, v. Robert L. Bar- 
rett and Frances K. Barrett, 
et als, defendants, therein pen- 
ding, 1 shall offer for sale at 
public auction, for cash, on 
Friday, March 3, 1967, at 12:00 
o'clock Noon, at the front steps 
of the Courthouse of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, at Prin- 
cess Anne Station, Virginia Be- 
ach, Virginia, the following pro- 
;P«ty: _ ■_ 

AtL diat certain tract, piec^ 
(a parcel of land, with die build- 
ings and improvements diereon, 
and the appurtenances thereunto 
belonging, lying, situate and 
l)eing in Lynnhaven Borough in 
the City of Virginia Bojach, Vir- 
ginia, and known, numt>eredand 
designated as Site number thir- 
teen (13) in Back Neck Cove, 
aa sbowa on a certain plat or 
survey eotttled "Subdivision at 
Martin's Acrua, Lyn^iavenBo- 
s roagiij Virginia peach, Virg- 
inia, (teted August 26, 1963, 
and made by Frank D. Tarrall, 
Jr., A Associates, Surveyors 
and EnglnMrs" which said plat 
is ddy of record in the Clerk's 
OBkc% of tte Circuit Court ol 
dM City of VlrginiaBeach, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Book 60, at page 
36; Reference to said plat is 
hereby m«le for a more part- 
icular d«cription of said site. 

ALL<<tf the above property sit- 
uate in dw City of Virginia 
BMch, Virginia. This sale will 
be aibject to the approval of 
die Court 
BIDDER'S DEPOSIT: 10% 

Richard M. Smidi 
%»eial Commissioner 

I certify dttt die bond requfred 

in die sd^ore decree has been 

dtfy i^iwu;! 

By; J. Cwtts Fruit, D.C. 

RidHnl M. Smith. 

600 Va. Nat. pank Bldg., 

Norfdlk, V^., 23510 ■ 

2 9 4i 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In die Clerk's POffice of die 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 
of January, 1967. 
Minnie L. Belangla, Plaintiff, 
against 

Jdm M. Belangla, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The objed of this suit Is fbr 
dtt said plaintiff to obtain a div- 
orce a vtoculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, iqion the 
grounds that the said parties 
lave lived separate and ^)art 
ftom each other without any co- 
habitadon and without Interri^i- 
tkm for a period in excess of 
two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
mde and filed that the defend- 
afll is not a resident of tt» State 
<d Virginia, the last known post 
(ifice address being: 501-A Eh- 
rlagbouse Street, EUaabediCity 
North Carolina. It is ordered 
dMt he (to appear here within 
10 (Ten) I^ys after due publlc- 
itfton her«}f, and do wtat may 
be nectary to protect his 
interest ^ dUs suit. 

A Coiiy-I^ste: 



* LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES 



JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Reuben E.Spandorfer,Attjt 
322 Law Building, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

2 9 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the aty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st day 
of February, 1967 
Mary Jean SprulU, Plaintiff,, 
against * 

Edward J. Sprulll, Deferalant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The obJed of this suit 1$ to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
Uioro to be later merged Into a 
decree of divorce a unculo 
matrimonii from die said de- 
fendant upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 2980 Pied- 
mont Road, N. E. AUanta, 
Georgia. It is ordered that the 
do aivear here widiin ten (10) 
days alter duepubUqition here- 
of, and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect his intere^ in 
this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Messrs. Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry, Attys. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2 9 4T 



NOTICE TO MEMBERS 

GENERAL HOSPITAL OB^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH^ INC, 

Pursuant to the, terms of^a 
resoludoo adopted by the Board 
of Directors of GENERAL 
HOSPITAL OF VIRGINIA BEA- 
CH, INCORPORATED, at a 
meeting duly called and legally 
held on January 27, 1967, a 
special meeting of the Members 
of said corporatton will be held 
in the Stafi Lounge of the Hosp- 
ital, at 1060 First Colonial 
Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on Friday, March 24, 1967, at 
4:00 P. M., for the purpose 
of considering and voting upon 
the adoption of an amendment to 
and restatement of Its articles 
of Incorporation. Copies of the 
proposed articles of amendment. 
■' and cestatement wtUbe supplied 
to Members upon request, at 
die registered office of the 
corporation , at 2413 Pacific 
Avemie, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, or at the ofiice of the 
Administrator, at 1060 First 
Colonial Road, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

By direction of the Board of 
Directors: 

R. B. TAYLOR, Secretary 
I 2 9 2T 

COMM ON WEALTH of VmOlNIA 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of die City of 
Virginia Beach, oi die 26Ui day 
of January, 1967. 
Parol Ann Osborne, Plainttfl, 
against 

Harvey Jack Osborne, Defend- 
and. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of diis suit is 
for die said plaltatiff to obtain 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon ^ 
grounds of two years separat- 
ion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last know post 
office address being: Harlan, 
Kentucky. . 

It is ordered that he tlo ap- 
pear here within 10 <Ten)jbays 
after due i;HA}iicaM(nher«^,and 
do what may be necesstry to 
protect his interest in tUssuit. 
ACqpy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By:' PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Alan S. Mirman, At^. p.q. 
One Main Plaza East, 
Norfolk, Va. 

2 2 4T 



COM MO*JWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In the Clerk's Office of die 
Cir(wlt Court of die City of 
Virginia Beach, on die ^di 
day of Janiary, 1967. 
Thelma Sloan Boetcher, 

Plaindff, 
against 

Leonard Raymond Boetcher, 
Defendant, 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii 
for fte saki defendant upon die 
grounds of desertion. And an 
affidavit having been made and 
filed tiiat the defendant is a 
non-resident of tte Stale of 
Virginia, the last krawn post 
office address beii%: Rdiung 
Acr^, Route #4, Lot 16,Chui- 
bersburg, Pa. It is orderadttit 
be do appnr here widA 10 
(ten) days after due iwblicatiM 
hereof and do lAat m^ be 
necessary ^ protect his i^r- 
estittddssuit^ 



^A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Mr. Garland M. Layton, Atty. 
P. 0. Box 5211 
Virginia B each, Virginia 

2 2 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 26th DAY OF JANUARY, 
1967. 

Minnie B611 Appleton, plaintiff 
against 

John Albert Appleton, Jr., de- 
fendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion and 
abandonment. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 100 Sun- 
shine Lane, Reno, Nevada. It Is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (Ten) Days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK , 
By: PhyHis Newman, D.C. 
Messrs. Owen & Guy, Attys. p.q, 
4565 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2 2 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of die 
Circuit Court of. the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 19th day 
of January, 1967. 
Marlon Bowser Coffigan, Plain- 
tiff 
aga4nst 

Ned Alfonso Cofflgan, Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit Is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of two-year separ- 
ation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last post office 
address being unk nown, Va. 
Beach, Va. and that due dili- 
gence has been exercised by and , 
on behalf of the plaintiff to 
determine where the defendant 
Is, jirithout avail. no| a ri^sidei 
of the State at Virgifiia«, it 
ordered that he do aiJpear here 
wittiin 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be^ necessary to protect 
his Interest In this suit. 
A copy-teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr, Hilary H. Jones, Jr., Atty. 
1008 Chth-ch Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

1 26 4T 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

te Spedal ^Mkes 

I will do all kinds of CABINET, 
TILE & REPAIR work. Call 
428-3450. 

Salt water reels. Rebuilt, re- 
paired, cleaned and oiled. Work- 
manship guaranteed. Wilson 
Reel Service. 464-1776. 

REPAIR WORK 

TRIM 

CABINET WORK 

428-3450 

Will build tu your plan or ours 
on your lot or on our lots at 
NOTTINGHAM ESTATES. If not 
ready to build now we have easy 
terms on the lots. Mr, DeHart 
340-8591, 34^-8311. 340-4971, 

jpersomiel Ccmsultants, Inc. <^ 
erates an office in the Ebcecudve 
Building — Princess Anne Phza. 
Applicants are carefuOy screen- 
ed. Call 340-3S88. 

KEWEAVING 

For a reseonafaie price — dnee 
sldrts, pants and uniform can be 
ready for wear — anyw^ia*! 
Call 42B-1428. 



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AUTOMOTIVE 



KlVafler Parks 



Trailer lots for rent or storage. 
Braw Lea Court. CaU 340-862a 

BUSINESS SERVICES 

SI AffMtmet Scrvlcct 

NOTICE! 
Contractors & Home Builders - 
Let us help you widi Uiat new 
home - additions - or repairs. 
We can Aurnish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you 
in financing. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(I) 426-6221 
428-1688 
426-6937 

VAORIM CLEANERS - Hoov- 
er, Sales and aorvice. Piw^ 
eSidcitt repairs. Pi<^ 19 and 
ddivcry. Phooe 43S^2e. Fuel 
FietA k Buildiflg S^pOm. Inc. 

SI Bid^g-Repairtel 

PAINTS«G wanted. Small jobs. 
Ulterior Ar exterior. CaD «»-7S86. 




32 DrcsKnaking— Sewing 

Do sewing in my home. Child- 
ren's clothing and draperies. 
Call 340-0038. 

3S Home Maintenance 

Painting - Interior and exter- 
ior. Free estimates. Call 464- 
0295. 

WALL PAPERING 

Serving all Tidewater 

Canvas, Foils, 

Flocks & Scenics 

New Work 
& remodeling 
853-5846 ^ 

EMPLOYMENT 

41 Help Wanted-Male 

GOOD MAN OVER 40 for short 
trips surrounding Virginia Be- 
ach. Man we want is worth up 
to 116,500 in a year. Air mail 
A. S. D Ickerson, President, 
Southwestern Petroleum Corp- 
oration, 534 N. Main Street, 
Fort Worth, Texas. 

r I ■ 

MEN - NO INVESTM ENT 
WORK FULL OR PART TIME 
Steady Repeat Business. Sell 
Genuine 

KNAPP AEROTRED SHOES. 
EARN TOP Comm. per pair 
plus bonus plus free insur., 
benefits, instructions, training 
equipment, plus samples free. 
CALL OR WRITE: . 

Richard Jones 
3468 BerOia Street 

Norfolk, Va. 
Tel. 855-1694 

42 Help W«ated>Male or Female 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
Income planning corporation is 
interviewing men and women for 
both part time and full time 
employment in their soon to lie 
opened office in the Pembroke 
Mall. If you like dealing with 
people and new ideas this could 
be an Interesting position for 
you. Phone 340-9811 and set up 
an interview with John McLean. 

Income Planning Corporation 



e Plaza 



MArtideaForSde 



111 



Hay For Sale. Call after 5 p.m. 
425-5043 or 428-5219. 

USED ENCYCLOPEDIA 
Reasonable - like new. Call 
340-3441. Mr, Allen. 

We buy and sell everything - 
new and used furniture, alli- 
ances and antiques. Call 499- 

0700. ^ 

93 Houshold Gmtdi 




50 Bnaiiiess Opportuaitiei 

I AM IN SEARCH OF a par- 
ticular type of person who is 
interested in earning a sub- 
stantial extra income in in- 
dependent cosmetic business. 
Full or iMrf time. No previous 
sales experience necessary. 
Call 464-2330 for interview. 

MERCHANDISE 

'. i 

90 Articlea Fer Sate 

GERT'S a gay girl - ready for 
a whirl after cleaning carpets 
with Blue Lustre. Rent elect- 
ric shampooer $1. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Supply, 19di tt Pac- 
ific Avenue. 428-4222. 

IT'S Inexpensive to clean rugs 
and upholstery with Blue Lus- 
tre. Rent electric shampooer 
$1. Fuel Fe«l Plaza Home Cen- 
ter. 3421 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
340-4911. 

Kenifsville Aouse Antiques. 
Kempsville Village. ANTIQUES 
no reproduction. Hours 1 to 5 
daily. 



MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

Typists 

Stenographers 
We have immediate assign - 
mMits, many adjacent to Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired - work on these temporary 
jobs whfen convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment. 627-3661. 
Manpower, Inc. 
733 Boush Street ^ ^ 

43 Position Wanted-Femate^ 

Exellent care for children and 
infants. Hour, day, week, week- 
ends. Reasonable. 513 21st St. 
428-6792. 

Will baby sit in my home by 
the hour or wtiile mother works. 
Eastern Park Area. Call 486- 
2734. 

Experienced typist wants sev- 
eral hours work per week at 
home of her present office. 
Can also furnish desk at office 
and telephone answering ser- 
vice. Call Days 428-7574, Ni- 
ghts 428-0911. 

44 Poiittoa Wanted-Mate 

Man, 49, retired military. De- 
sires to learn motel business. 
Seeks position as desk clerk. 
Many years experience In pub- 
lic relations and office admin- 
istration. Bondable. Call 340- 
5868. 



SPRING PLANTING TIME: 
Write for Free Copy Planting 
Guide - Catalog in color. Offer- 
ed by Virginia's largest grow- 
ers of fruit trees, nut trees, 
berry plants, grape vines and 
landscaping plant material. 
Salespeople wanted. WAYNES- 
BORO NURSERIES, Waynes- 
boro, Virginia 22980. 



rietf 1 and 2 bedroona 
moodily, winter or yearly. Alaa 
rooms. Conveniently kicatod far, 
sbofiiifaig, Ixisea and so fortlL Bi 
ti)e.heart M J>e beadi. Cd 498- 
6713. 

lis BmmM-FunUbei ^ 

Virginia Beach - 2 furnished 
outage's for rent. No dqnsite. 
Utilities on. Service couple and 
small baby to each. $60. 2 
miles from base. .CaU 340- 
8329 aifter 4. 

2 bedrooms. Central heating. 
Comfortable. Conveniently lo- 
cated. Reasonable. Call owner. 
428-7827 or 428-4960. 

1 and 2 bedroom cottages. Call 
428-2701. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE hja Houset-Unfitniiihed 



100 Rooms For Rent 



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Coral Sand Motel, 207 23rd 
Street. Furnished rooms - (toy, 
week or month. Call 428-9460. 

109 Apts. Fum. — Unfum. 

ONE BEDROOM furni^ed q>art- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call ^-6666 or 428- 
2724. 

110 Apartaieiito Unfam. 

Duplex - Also second floor 
apartment. Both 2 bedrooms, 
oil heat. Year round rental. 
Electric range and refrigerator 
furnished. Virginia Beach Bor- 
ough. Call 428-1940 or 428- 
3113. 

ill Apartments Fmiished 



Virginia Beach - 705 26diStreet 
Nicely furnished 1 bedroom 
apartment. Good storage space. 
Large yard and trees. Owner - 
428-2256. 



Furnished 2 bedroom apart- 
ment. $65 monthly. Water fur- 
nished. Call 428-5234. 

For°Tft^ * Fm u ishwl - f ami Z 
room^fficiencies* l^ct route 
to Oceana and Dam Neck. $60 
-65 mondily plus utllites. 428- 
9701 or 428-8050. 

Austin's Oourt Motel Apartments. 
306 - 19th Street ECTiciency 
apartments. AJl utilities fum- 
islied. Also, 4-roam apartment 
and furnisiied. rooms. Bkick 
from Bus Station. By we^ or 
nxnth. 

BLUE MAitUN LfffiCffi 
Mil Padfle Aveaae 

Bacbdors or couples. Comidet^, 
ftmaehed in luxury decor. All 
utMties. full kitchen and dhiing 
area. Reacty for Uvii^ — just 
faring yoi«r suitcase. Oon» see tor 
yomself. Call 4K4114 or 4aMm. 

I bedroom, Uvtog room, kitdien. 
bedi. Convenient to shop^nng, 
chundies, laundromat. Very rea- 
sonable yearly mital. Pacific 
Avenuo. Call amet- 428-5016 or 
4080143. 

1 bedroMn, living room, kitch«i, 
bath and large walk-in closet. 
Centrally located 4 blocks from 
beach. Rea£0judble r^ttaL Com' 
fCitdUe. Call 428-4860. 



Woodhurst - 3 bedrooms, living 
room, fireplace, dining room, 
built in kitchen, den and attach- 
ed garage. $140 mondily. 340- 
8193. ^ 

London Bridge. 2 bedrooms 
wifli stovg and r^igerator. $75 
per month. Mr. DeHart. 340- 
8SB1, 3404971. 3404311. 

lie Baaiaen Places For Rest 

Immediate possession. Building 
formerly occupied by the C & P 
Telephone Co., 21st and Cypress 
Streets. Call Ma 2-6383 or 428- 
9374 fbr additional informat- 
ton. 

3707 Vkginla Beadi Boulevard. 
Office and retaal store spaai 
available. Brand new, beautiful, 
two sUny elevated bmkling. 
Idec^y located between Pern- 
bnrire Square and Princess 
Anne Plaza. CaH Byler Realty. 
3408081 or 340^805. 

117 Wanted To Reat 

March 15th - year round. Large 
house capable of sleeping 10 
persons. Minimum 2 baths. To 
be in walking distance of At- 
lantic Avenue and 16th Street. 
Write Box 1645, Norfi^, Vir- 
ginia. 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

124 Houses Fer Sale 

Large home - heart of Virginia 
Beach Borough. 4 bedrooms, 
2 baths, many extiras. Walk to 
churches, schools, shopping and 
ocean. Owner will help finance. 
$19,950. Call 428-2476. 



Maury »\itju. 
Auction Comi 



Dellnqueirt Accounts 

J & P Collection Agency 

497-2062 

2 2 4T 



2l)edR>om8. Yearly rental. 311 
33ri Street. Call 428-3680. 




|E with working girL Lux- 
jly furnished carpeted ap- 
artmei^. Beach area. Call 425- 
6189 




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Thursday, February 23, 19oW iM 




Police Car Accidents 



Police No Longer 
Required to Pay 



HOLIDAY SANDS AT IITH AND OCEAN FRONT. 



New Corporation 



Holiday Sands Sold; Other Sales Rumored 



The Holiday Sands motel In 
Virginia Beach has been sold 
for a price reported to be in 
excess of $400 thou$and. 

t 

The 40-rooin motor hc^el 
at llUi andtheOceanfr(MUwas 
formerly oraed by Qie Mount 
Vernon Corp. It has been sold 
to a newly-formed corporation 



known as the Holiday Sands 
Corp. Sidney S. Kellam was 
president and principal stock- 
holder in the old corporation, 

S. A. Karageorge is presi- 
dent of the new corporation 
and James P. Coates is vice- 
president. 

The Holiday Sands has bean 



one of ae most popular and 
successftil motel operations in 
Virgfaiia Beach in its l2 years 
of service. It was the first of 
the modem motor hotels to be 
constructed in the resort area 
in the mid 'SO's. 

Coates said no manager has 
been named yet for the motel, 



but that there are manager's 
quarters built into the building. 

The motel, under the operat- 
ion of Its new owners, will be 
opened for business on March 
15. 

The other well known motor 
hotels in Virginia Beach will 



also probably change hands. 

It is reported that the Idle- 
whyle Inn and Motel have been 
sold by James Kitchin, and that 
a $50,000 deposit has beean 
made. ' ■, 

The Albemarle Hall is 
.reportedly near a sale to be 
torn down for construction of a 
new six-story motel. 



Hospital Founder Named ^^c stores Profit 
First atizen for 1966 




DR. W. L. TAYLOR IN HB OFFICE. 

First of A Series 



Promina^ Virginia Beach 
physician, W. L. Taylor has 
been chosen by the Virginia 
Beach Jaycees as thdr First 
Citizen of 1966. 

Dr. T^r will be honored at 

the Jaycees* annual FirstCiti- 
zen btniBet tk the Black Angus 

He was cit^ for his outstand- 
ing c(»tribuaons both to his 
profession and to his city. 

Dr. Taylor served on tte Vir- 
ginia Beach School Board for 
15 years and has been (jnlte 
active with the UCF campaigns 
and volunteer fire and rescue 
units. 

He was (me of the founders 
and directors of the Bank of 
Virginia Beach, and is still a 
member of the advisory mem- 
ber of the Virginia Beachboard 
of First k Merchants National 
Bank. 

Until Dr. Taylor and two other 

SEE 'CITIZEN' Pi 8 




Tlie Virginia Alcoholic Com- 
mission did well financially in 
Virgbiia Beach during Qie last 
fls<^ year. In a report Just is- 
sued by Uie commission, stat- 
istics showing a het profit on 
liquors and wine sold in State 
retail stores in Virginia Beach 
to total $494,045.22. 

Hie largest profit of tiie four 
stores open in the city at the 
Old of the reporting period Ip 
July 1966 was made at the store 
in ^e 3100 blockof Pacific Ave- 

pii^ amounted to $I72,725J8. 

Hie other three stores on 
Atlai^c Avenue, on Indian River 
Road and In tiie Princess Anne 
Plaza saK^jplng Center had a net 
profit slightly over $100 ttous- 
and each. 

The Pembroke Mall Shopping 
Ceitfer Store was not open dur- 
ing the reporting period, and is 
expected to Increase the next 
year's total to about Uie $600 
ttiousand mark. 

Statewide the total net profit 
in all stores was $22,336,658.76. 
The profit came strictly from 
the siade of alcoholic beverages 
in state r^ail stores. 

Informed sources say the tot- 
al profit both to the State of 



Virginia and to localities would 
be far higher if Virginia local- 
ities had local option liquor -by- 
the-drink. 

Downing 
Speaks 
To Demos 

Rep. Thomas N. Downing, 
First District Congressman, 
•^Ht^MM^ speaker Moiday, 
at tlte "WttiSte^^etcir wwnr 
Democratic Club meeting at 
the Black Angus. 

Downing, who was introduced^ 
by ' Democratic National Com- 
mitteeman, Sidney S. Kellam, 
praised the Democratic Party 
and urged those present to con- 
tinue their efforts to keep 
Democrats -In office in Vir- 
ginia Beach. j 

Downing said whenever there 
is a need for government close 
to the people, the people always 
turn to the Democratic Party. 

"The American people love 
the Democratic party, and they 
reserve the right to spank it 
sometimes," said Downing. 

"They like the Democratic 
Party because it is as human 
as themselves." 



At -the request of pity Man- 
ager W. Russell Hatchett, the 
Police Trial Board has sus- 
pended the practice of requiring 
policenfen to pay damages to 
vehicles when they are involved 
in a negligent accident. 

"When the matter was orig- 
inally brought to Hatchett's att- 
ention, he said he was not aware 
that individual policemen were 
required to pay part of all of 
the damages when they were 
deemed at fault in an automobile 
accident. 

His request to the Police 
trial Board brought forth the 
announcement from the Chair- 
man of that Board, Richard 
Holland, that no further pay- 
ments would be required until a 
full study of the matter is made. 

At the same time, it was 
announced that a study will also 
be made into repayment of da- 
mage funds to policemen wIk) 
have paid in recent years. Since 
this part of the study will be 
made, informed sources say 
they feel that policemen will 
never have to pay for damages 
again, no matter whose fault 
the accident is. 

No other city departments re- 
quire the payment of damages 
by individual drivers, regard- 
less of &iult or blame. A spec- 
ial deductton blank on City pay- 
roll checks showed tqp recently, 
however, ' marked "damages". 
City Finance Director Giles 
Dodd noted that the checks were 
printed Ixpfore the controversy 
over payment of damages caoif 
■-ap. ■ -— - 

Fire Dept. 
For Beach? 

There may soon be another 
volunteer fire departmeht and 
rescue squad in Virginia Beach. 

It Is not known at the present 
time exactly where the new 
company wlU be located, but it 
will serve the Pungo and Sand- 
bridge areas. 

Creeds and Courthouse vol- 
unteer departments now serve 
those areas. With the rapid 
expansion of population in the 
Sandbridge area, the new ser- 
vices have become necessary. 



In the past, when a policeman 
in a police car has been involv- 
ed in an accident, his case was 
submitted to the Police Trial 
Board for study, after a full 
investigation, the Board issued 
its findings. Those findings 
would either exonerate the of- 
ficer of blame entirely or find 
him guilty of improper judge- 
ment or neglegence. In the case 
of improper judgement or negli- 
gence, either the officer re- 
ceived a letter of reprimand or 



Xv.v.'.vXvX 



Police Dept. Grows With Virginia Beach 



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I BY JOSEPH LOWENTHAL, JR. 

Shoi^tly atter the tairn of the 
cotuiiy, tte tofvn of Virginia 
Bmeh had only we policeman. 
Todkj there are 142 police of- 
ficers, with 17 more sot^^ in 
the next fiscal ft*T, 

Just since Oe merger of the 
old eity <a Virginia Beach and 
Princess Asne County ftmr 
years ago, ttie Police DQ>art- 
ment has nearly tripled in size, 
activity and especially In re- 
sponslkllty. 

The d^ (^ Virginia BMch Is 
lalqve In many ways. Althouf^ 
it is the third largest city in 
populatioB io VlrgHria, tt is ttie 
second luvest Id tr». TlMpo- 
Uee force averages just under 
one poUcenttn for Mch 1,000 
pern»s, based m Uie lat^ 
pi^Mlati(» figure. And police 
^cers must drive Uie more 
tten 700 mllw oi roads and 
Ugbwi^ in Uk dty to serve 
police needs. 

Mmd M FBI reports a city 
Amid have it least tvo poll(» 
jomtna pet IteMaad of pcsw' 
lattcn. HortaSk and RldunMKl, 
tte first and second largst 
dtitt In Vii|;|]tfa rcqwdivdy, 
h«Tt Mtrly m9t per ttio^uid. 

TN eottrt city of Vlr^nla 
BmA Is BOW ooatalMd to two 
pidte ^wi^, M soeB to be 



three. ThenewBaysidepreieinct 
when completed in May wUI take 
part of the responsibility away 
from the First Precinct, head- 
quartered at Princess Anne. 

Evaittttlly a fourth precinct, 
possibly intiieKempsvillearea, 
would ^vettie city four-corner- 
ed geogr^)hic coverage of a 
mammoth dty. 

At present, First Prednct 
covers all of the city ^Atiflt 
Virginia BMch* Borc^h and 
arm westward to Great Nedc 
Road. 

New areas which are ngpldly 
develc^ing south (A Viifioia 
Beach Blvd. are ouisiiig police 
^dals to teke a Ibrd look at 
responsitdlities and needs. Ite 
rai^ deilelt^meitt of tte Sand- 
btidge area in ttie past two 
years, for InstaiKe Ins bro^tf 
about the need for am^n' ear 
in the area recenUy, aceordli^ 
to a police qnkesmaii. TUs 
service was added; 

The Temcrfe and rur^ ar «ts d 
the dty are a dittealtiffdilen. 
For the most part police ser- 
vices in those ar»s are pri- 
ntfily OB an anorgmey basis 
because (»ly a few mw cui be 
^iared for ojverage oi such 
^larsely pc^Mlaiad territory. 

Tte MK^ of poUee pro- 



tection has changed over the 
years, and Virginia Beach has 
modernized its dqiartment to 
the new conceit 

The old conc^ stated that 
the purp(»e of a police depart- 
ment was protection of life lib- 
erty and prq;>erty. While Uilsis 
not foiff^ten today, Uie new con- 
c^t el^plMsizes Oe prevention 
of crime. The Idea Is.... Uie 
more police officers Um public 
se% and gets to know^ the l^s 
crime. 

"Police dqiartments are like 
a fraterdty in friewlshlp and 
co<H>erati0n," saU Captain G.C^ 
Riley, agisted to Police Chief, 
J.E. Moore. 

He atMed tM co(^ration in 
the area amMig all the Xide- 

Siter d^>artments,theFBl,Al- 
bol and Tax Bureau, ABC 
Board, Treasury Defartm^it, 
mlUUu7 pollM udts, Coast 
Guard and auxiliary K^ee units 
is "outstanding". ./^ ' 

"We wont itlh talk to aman 
vtn cones lo us for a J(A if 
to Is itia^l^yed Iqr anoUier 
departm^y* said RUey." And 
our steckrds of employmort 
are very ^gh." 



SEE 'POUCE' P. 8 




THIS PICTURE, TAKEN ABOUT 19W, SHOWS THE ONLY POL- 
ICE J4AN IN VIRGINIA BEACH AT THAT TIME. HE IS STANDING 
ON THE OLD BOARDWALK AT APPROXIMATELY 17TH 
STREET. BUT WHO HE IS REMAINS THE PROBLEM. THE 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN WOULD APPRECUTE HELP IN IDENT- 
IFYING THE FIRST POLKEMAN OF OUR CITY. 



was required to pay for all or 
part of the damages. 

Of tiiose 34, Uie amount paid 
was und^ $50 and 18 were under 
$25. In no case was the officer 
required to pay the full amount. 
The highest amount paid by any 
one policeman on any one acci- 
dent in 1966 was $500. Damages 
in that wreck cost $850. In most 
other cases where a large am- 

SEE 'NO PAY' P. 2 



Plans Moving Ahead 
For '67 Beach Fair 



The Greater Tidewater Fair, 
held last October in Virginia 
Beach, has been called a major 
success, alUiough not financ- 
ically. 

' Steve Rose, general manager 
of the fair, said that the bad 
weather ws not necessarily 
what caused the pipblem. . 

"It was what the rain did to 
the parking lot that ruined 
things." 'he said. "We just 

couldn't park the cars in that 
mess. We had to turn away al- 
most as many cars as we let 
in." 

Sli^Uy - over 60 thousand 
persons went to the fair in 1966, 
but Rose had expected 100 
thousand. 

"This year Uilngs will he 
dtgerert," Rose gat** i '^ 
making our plans now, and 
should be ready to announce 
qdte a bit about tiie 1967 fUr 
in March!" 

Rose added that the fair will 
definitely be held at Uie same 
location as last y^, betwera 
Old Virginia Beach Rd. and 
Laskin Rd. on First Colonial 
Rd. at HiUtop. 

"EvQi if Uie property is sold 
or leased, we'll probably still 
have it Uiis year," he said. 
"Then after that we may be 
somewhere else. There are a 
lot of things in the works." 

Rose promised that the mid- 
way would be bigger and better 

Constable 
Loses Car 

The high constable has lost 
his car— from in front of Ad- 
ministration campaign head- 
quarters at that. 

Con^able C. E. McChesney 
says it was taken from in front 
of campaign headquarters on 
Laskin Rd. between 9:30 and 
11 p.m. Sunday. The Oldsmoblle 
has a low license number. 



than last year and itauch better 
organized. He said he had al- 
ready been to the property with 
an architect who is drawing up 
plans for Uie 1967 fair; 

Rose also said that a national 
meeting Uiat he attended in 
January of fair c^erators was 
greatly impressed with tl^e new 
Virginia Beach fair. 

"Our success in this day and 
age were Uie major topic of 
conversation," he said. 

Back Bay 
Due to Get 
Post Office 

^M0^ Be»^?iUsoonhave 
ofllcv'btand^ac* 
corcBni to an aniKmncement 
mide by First District Con- 
fresMoan, Thomas N. Downing. 

The new facility will replace 
tile old bdlding at Back Bay. 
No site has been chosen on the 
Post Office's lease-back policy, 
according to Dowdng, 

The Post Office Department 
will not own the land or the 
building, but will lease it from 
private interests. 

The new station will h^e 
about 22- hundred square feet 
of floor space and the latest, 
modern pc^tal equipment. 

"It is something the pec^le 
of that area have needed for a 
long time," said Downing. "The 
people tave been operating 
under a great haiKlics^ and de- 
serve a lot of credit." 

Downing added that the new 
bdlding will certainly enable 
the post office employees in the 
Back Bay ara to do a mudi 
more efficient job. 

Approval of the Postmai^er 
General has already l)e^ 
secured ai»lconstructtonshouldV 
begin as soon as a site is picked. 



Martha Serves 
With Her Heart 



It's hard to lose a daddy be- 
fore you're "Sweet Sixteen" 
—specially when ttiat daddy 
died in a car, alone, as he was 
returning from work. 

He had Jttd tdqihoned to dis- 
cuss the dght's menu. It was 
his custom to he^i with Uie 
evenlngmeal; and Martha Boone, 
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Thomas Bome, were adosely- 
kdt&mUy. 

A sudden heart attack, with 
no previous coromry irrable, 
was Uie cause. 

A sec(»d tel^riione caU 
brou^ Uie tnglc news. 

Martha , a junior at First 
Cplmial High Sctool, is shown 
carrying l^art folders and 
w^ilj^ a Ug smile as she 
plans to ^art w>rk witti ttie 
Heart Fimd Drive t>di% car- 
ried (» this ^Mih. 

Swiay is Heart Soaday. 




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Thurtctay, February 23, 1967 



A^PIAWO IS FOR PLEASURE! 
"^^y^ <**» <*e ywrs •od fM will remenber at letst 
*i ^?-*' ^ ^^ ^"^ weretlwtfs "the life of die puly" 
w^^kifnr, tlvtys io demand beeanse they could lOay the 

SEE PAGE 8 



NaPay 



CONTINUED FROM P. 1 



Safe Driving Awards 

C & P Tallies 200,000 Mile Record 



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ouot of numey was involved, tlie 
offlcer was required to pay 
aboirt Half. 

Otter cities use various me- 
thods of cootrolUog accidents 
and recovery of damages. Ham- 
pton re^dred the officer to pay 
ttie first $50 in a negligent 
accident. Insurance pays Uie 
rest. If that had been the case 
in Virginia Beach, 12 officers 
would have been assessed less 
money. The rest would still 
have to pay. ' 

Other cities in Tidewater 6o 
not require an officer to pay 
damages exc^t in extreme neg- 
Ugetil cases. Portemouth police 
officials say they have recover* 



ed daiMgas Ir^ aoiAeer ' 
one or two occasiau*'. 



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The type (tfaeddeat where a 
policeman in Virfbda Beach 
was required to piy IndniM 
such reasons as p^to« endser 
striking another cartetberear, 
baddng into a telcpteae pol< 
strlllng a sign p^ folig too 
fkst for ooiK!ttioiti,:Middaf Mo 
li^ pole, l»Uoiii«loodOBdy, 
disreganHng traffic slgBil, ba- 
cking iBto a tree, bitare to 
yield right-of-way, btckbigiBto 
parked vddde, baeUag ootinto 
traffic and mjddnc too wide a 
turn and hitting the eatrtnce to 
police headquarters. 



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AT 
LONDON BRIDGE 



Chesapeake and Potomac 
T^eitaoe Cotiq«i9«nploye«i, 
who cover an area from the 
Afl|Bile Ocean westward to 
Thiiia Creek have combhMd to 
present a most impressive 
safety record. ^ 

A total of 26 telei^ne em- 
ptoyees drove over 200,000 
miles in 1966 without a report- 
aide en^l^ree-cansedacddcot. 
TlK 26 have a combined 329- 
year safety record. 

The longest safety record is 
hchi by J. H. Hunter, Jr., who 
iias driven company v^des for 
33 years witlioot an accident. 

M. M. Parker has the shortest 
record— three years. Bat that 
does not troiMe the company. 
He's only been working there 
three years, and ttie safe-driv- 
ing award is not presented any- 
way until diethree-year plateau 
Is reached. ' 





213 Midiown 
Bldg. - 
Norfolk, Va. 
Rips, Holes, Bums, 
Moth Damage on 
Knits and Sweaters, 
Furniture and Rug 
Repair. 
Phone 588-6162 

COMPANY / 



CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE CO. DBTRICT PLANT MANAGER E. G. B. WRIGHT, 
JR. (LEFT) CONGRATULATES J. H. HUNTER, JR. ON HE 33-TEAR DRIVING SAFETY RTCORD. 
OTHER SAFE-DRIVING AWARD WINNERS LO(K ON. _„ 



The award ceremony was held 
at the company's new service 
building on First Colonial Road 
at Oceana. Awards were pre- 
sented by E. G. B. Wright, Jr., 
District Plant Manager for C <t 
P. 

Virginia Beach Plant Man- 
ager Morris A. Wright said 
tiiat Qiere had been only one 
reportable employee-caused 
accident in 1966. 



"A driver knocked (^apiece 
of chrome. It cost $2.50 h^ get 
it fixed," he said. 

He added that each driver 
must sign a safe driving reso- 
lidioo npoD employment with C 
k P, then take an exteodve 
safe driving course initially 
wiO) a review each year. The 
course indudes classroom 
work and field tests. 
The 1966 winners were: J. H. 



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Hunter, Jr., J. M. Meredith, 
Jr.,M. A. Wright, H. W.Casey. 
H. P. Ives, P. F. Lankford, 
W. E. Dawsy, B. L. HaU, B. B. 
Hodges, A. C. StalUngs, R. A. 
Holland and W. E. Nottingham. 



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Comedy and satire agaiatake 
over Qie stage a^ the Virginia 
Beach Civic Chorus cavorts in 
its second Gilbert and SulUnn 
production, "Patience", '¥^<± 
opens tonight at 8:15 at the Vir- 
ginia Beach Junior High SdMxd 
on 25th Street. 

It will run for onlyttureeooB- 
secotlve performances, dosing 
Saturday night. "Patience" is 
a travesty on the aesttietic crait 
of Gilbert and Sullivan's day, 
and parodizes two promineot 
poets of the time, Oscar Wilde 
and Algernon Swinburne. 

.Swooning after tlw poets Is a 

ri vi ^esick maidepsythe 
wiktif^AfA bslag a aalve 
mHkmaid named Pattanca. Left 

in the lurch is a ehoras of 
dragoon guards who hUarioosty 
try to be aesthetic to wio hack 
the ladies. 

b the cast of comediana are 
&lly Robinsoo, Charles (Mivar, 
BiU Boyll, BUI UUey, Frio* 
Ferrigno, Sam Ernst, Thwsn 
Worrall, Marie Phillips, Karla 
Beasley, Anne ParUnsoo aad 
Mike Heaeghan. 

Open tryoutsforalleastparts 
of the Civic Chorus's sprii« 
musical "Oklahoma" wlU ba 
heU Tuesday 8 p.m. at Galllaa 
Episcopal Ctnirch (» padflc 
Ave. 



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The Virsiflto^e^ Sun 



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Ocean Hwy. Office Busy All Year l^ st"^^"*« 



i|CheerM jmrrouodlngs in ttie 

ifajrvis tndKttehenBldK.oiiVir^ 

'fl||te( Beadi Blvd. are Qienew 

^KIw of the Ocean Hlgliway 

mi. 

The Ocean Highway, in case 
ywi don's know, stretches from 
New Jersey to Florida (by way 
Of yirglnia Beach, naturally), 
lUil promotes itselfas the "test, 
safe and scenic" route noHh 
and south. The Association is 
organized much like aChamber 
of Commerce with members 
romlng from Chamber of Com- 
merce, motels, hotels and oth- 
ers with an interest in promot- 
ing travel along the route, such 
as travel agencies and toll fae- 
iUties. 

Having the home office here 
is;a considerable boon to V^ 
giola Beadu Every piec«,|i jbout 
ai^iation mail (over 100^"* 
Ideces of mail and two million 
pieces of literature) carries the 
Virginia Beach postmark and 
return address. 

UntU 1964 the Ocean Highway 
Assn. home office was in Wil- 
mington, Del. Then when the 
ChesapttkeiBay Bridge-Tunnel 
waiS (^ned, a more central 
location was decided upon— 



tie, that is) Brinkmin has teea 
with the association since 1964. 

There's no way of getting 
around the fact Jiat Intestate 
Highways an faster. Bat they 
do not offer the warmer weather 
and scenery of toe Ocean Hi^-- 
way. And on toose points lie 
much of the promotional litera- 
ture. One survey reveals toe 
comparative summer and win- 
ter temperatures inland and on 
toe Ocean route. The Weatoer 
Bureau statistics show toe oc- 
ean route is not only warmer in 
winter (safer driving condit- 
ions) but cooler in summer. 

In addition toe Association Is 
in toe process of .publishing a 
folder tor golfers giving perc- 
ent golfihg information along toe 
Hi^way. Otoer specialised fol- 
ders will furnish information 
fishing, spring gardens 
and coastal camping plus tours 
easily accessible from toe High- 
way, though not directly on it. 

An extlmated 80,000 individ- 
ual inquiries will tiave been re- 
ceived by toe time the Associa- 
tion year ends April 30. How's 
that for a postage bill? Otoer 
folders provide information on 
travel films available. Anotoer 
tells seasonal upcoming events. 



namely here. "Home" was pac- 
ific Ave., until toe new attlce 
was obtained in January. 

The main purpose of toe 
Associatioo is to promote tra- 
vel along toe Ocean Highway and 
the areas served by it. The bud- 
get totals a litUe over $130,000 
a year. The biggest amount on 
toe budget is for promotional 
foklers. 

Anotoier new item on toebod- 
get is Ocean Highway Informa- 
tions Centers. Twenty are now 
in full operation and 30 are set 
up. They help keep people on 
the highway andenomragetoem 
to spend toeir money alrag toe 
way. 



According to toe' girls who 
work in toe office, rarector 
Fred Brinkman is a dedicated 
man. They say he rarely takes 
a lunch hour, and som^imes 
comes to toe office in toe middle 
of toe night when he can't sleep. 
A native of anotoer Beach (llyr- 

Key Club 



At a banquet at the Lake 
Wright Motor Lodge last Thurs- 
day nigi^ the officers and mem- 
bers of the Bayside High Key 
Clid) were formally welcomed 
to toe international organizat- 
ion. 

Ross C. Cramer, toe 1966 
presid«it of toe Norfolk-Prin- 
cess Anne Kiwanis Club, pre- 
8«ited the club charter to Pre- 
sident Mike Jordan. The of- 
ficers and directors were in- 
stalled by Hunter M. Haynes, 
It governor of toe 16to Division, 
CapUH District, Kiwanis. 

Installed as president was 
Mike Jordan; vice-ju-esldent, 
Gary Divito; secretary, Arlie 
Prltchard; and treasurer, Bob 
Maddrey. IHrectors are Joel 
Spencer, Bryan Wilder and Jeff 
Wyatt. 

After toe officers and direct- 
ors were installed, toe 34<^er 
member^ were called up to re- 
ceive toeir pins and member- 
sh^ cards. A variety of gifts 
were then presmted to toe new 
cidk by Kiwanis Key aobCom- 
mlttee- Chairman Tazewell M. 



In their "spare" time toe 
staff gets out a newsletter for 
all members and everyone hav- 
ing anything todo wito toe travel 
industry, travel agencies and 
travel editors Ibr instance. 

Surveys are also c(»ducted 
to determine If people actually 
make the trips toey inquire 
about, why or why not, if lit- 
erature helped, etc. 

The Association holds an an- 
nual photography contest for toe 
best pictures taken along toe 
Highway. This not only pro- 
motes the Highway but it pro- 
vides pictures for more Assoc- 
iation piAllcity. 

. Inddoitally, toe Ocean High- 
way begins in New York City 
and goes along toe east coast 
to JacksooviUe, Fla., connect- 
ing wlto routes to Key West 
if desired. 



An asset to Virginia Beach? 
You bet 




MBS MARY PIERCE SORTS SOME OF THE HUNDREDS OF 
PAMPHLETS AVAILABLE TO OCEAN HIGHWAY TRAVELERS. 
THE SUPPLY IS CONSTANTLY BEING REPLENISHED. 




Compete 

Distributive Education stud- 
ents from Norfolk, toe Eastern 
Shore and Virginia Beach met 
at Princess Anne High School 
last week at toe annual Contest 
I {Convention. .' 

! ^Rusiness and education lead- 
;«sSf from, this area served as 
finises in the various contests. 
The meeting began with a wel- 
come from E. E. Brichell, dir- 
.ector f secondary education 
for Virginia Beach. 

The contests were followed 
by an awards banquet at which 
time Ronald W. Phillips, pre- 
sident of the Sale & Marketing 
Executives of Tidewater, pre- 
sented trophies to the winner 
in each contest. 

V The first place winners in 
each contest will go to Rich-, 
.mond ip March to compete on 
toe state level. The following 
students were elected as the 
Cheers Candidates to re- 
present District I in Richmond. 
They are: president, Glenda 
Horgw, Grahby; vice president, 
Charles Cox, Northampton; 
secretary, Patricia Anne Day, 
^ayside; treasurer, Lorelei 
Elaine Ellis, Bayside; parlia- 
mentarian, Deborah Sue Adams, 
Granby; junior board of direct- 
ors, Karen Sue Pruitt, Norto- 
ampton. 

Virginia Beach winners In the 
contests were: advertising 2nd, 
Lynda Leawhite, Kellam, 3rd, 
Judy Newton, First Colonial; 
display 2nd, Ginger Burgstein- 
ger, Bayside; job interview 3rd, 
Cindy Legault, Princess Anne; 
public speaking 2nd, Bob 
Spencer, Princess Anne. 



Find Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: Harry C. Monsees, 1400 
Hackensack Rd., you have Just 
won two free tickets to toe Janaf 
Cinema. Now showing, "Fist- 
ful of Dollars" starring Clint 
Eastwood (The Man wito No 
Name). 






Find Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: John S. Cucura, 5508 
Nashua Rd., you have just won 
two free tickets to toe Janaf 
Cinema. Now showing, "Fist-i 
ful of Dollars" starring Clint 
Eastwood (The Man wito No 
Name). 



Bott, Jr. These gifts iadaded a 
banner wlto the club's name, a 
bell wlto toe Key Club insignia 
OD it, a ^)eaker's stand also 
wlto toe club insignia, and a 
taUe flag set 

Harlaod F. Browofield, 
chairman of toe Key Club C^>- 
Ital District gave toe address. 
The program was concluded 
wito a beoedictiqn by Ridiard 
E. Beck, director of toe Nor- 
folk-Princess Anne Kiwanis 
Club. 

Agent 
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The appointment of Josei^ 
Edward Batten, a native of 
Virginia Beach, as insurance 
advisor for toe Virginia Farm 
Bureau Insurance Companies 
was made recently by L. Har- 
rell Darden, Jr., agency 
manager for Virginia Beadu 

A graduate of Creeds High 
School, he has been active In 
boto church and civic activities. 



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Josq^i Todd, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jos^ Todd of 234 Toy 
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Pa. He is a freshman. 



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FIRE-CRACKERS 



We have always been rather 
proud of the fact that $uch a 
large number of retiring mili- 
tary personnel make their per- 
manent hom9 In Virginia Beach. 
There are many reasons for this 
Including the excellent climate, 
gpod prt)gresslve government, 
cmd fine living conditions. But 
we also like to feel they settle 
here because of the outstanding 
relationship between the mili- 
tary and civilian establish- 
ments. 

In addition we have a large 
number of non-permanent ac- 
tive military residents living In 
our midst. This is not their 



legal home of record but they 
do live here. We like to think 
that all efforts are made to 
make them as welcome as pos- 
sible while they are here. After 
all these are the American 
fighting men, the protectors of 
our country. 

Under present city law, the 
active military living here is 
required to purchase a city 
license decai. The cost is one 
dollar, but we fee i that it is 
one dollar too high. 

Mayor Frank Dusch has now 
taken this matter up with City 
Council, and we hope that an 
equitable solution can be work- 
ed out. 



Police Accidents 



A policeman Is far more 
liable to have an automobile 
accident than most others, sim- 
ply because he drives more than 
most people. 

Policemen are notoriously 
underpaid, and they should not 
have to pay for damage to a 
police vehicle Incurred In the 
line of duty. Other city depart- 
ments are not liable for repairs 
in accidents they have while 
driving a city vehicle. It follows 
then that the police should not 
be singled out. 

We, therefore, welcome the 
statements of the City Manager 
and the Chairman of the Police 
Trial Board sayjng that no more 
payments or partial payments 
will be required of policemen 
involved in negligent accidents, 
dt least until a^ul I and complete 
study of the matter can be made. 
i! Both men have also indicated 
d study will be made with a 
possible eye toward refunding 
money to those officers who 
have paid for accidents in the 
past. 

Various cities employ vari- 
ous methods of controlling re- 
payment for negl igent accidents. 
Hampton, for instance, requires 
the offiqer involved to pay the 
first fifty dollars on a deductible 
Insurance policy basis. 

If that practice were used in 



Virginia Beach 22 of the 34 
drivers involved in police car 
accidents would have to pay 
anyway, because the damage 
was under the fifty dollar mark. 
We welcome the study and feel 
that while we can never condone 
negligence or reckless driving, 
an officer should not have to pay 
for his judgement, at least not 
fully. We. have a fine police 
force. The men do. not need 
hardships hanging over their 
heads in case of accident. 

Heart Sunday 

Sometime this Sunday, a vol- 
unteer worker will be knocking 
on your door, and asking you 
to contribute to a worthy cause... 
the Heart Fund. 

This Is the only time they'll 
be coming around this year. 
Heart disease rs'one of tl^ worst 
killers known to man. Medical 
science is on the verge of con- 
quering this dread menace. 

Heart disease does not re- 
spect age or social standing. 
It can strike anyone, anywhere, 
anytime. 

We urge you to greet the Heart 
Fund volunteer Sunday with an 
open heartland an open pocket- 
bbok. Give generously. It could 
save your own life or the life 
of someone near and dear ,to 
you. 



Fill 'er Up—Inexpensively 



We strongly object to the rise 
in gasoline prices, especially 
so soon after a gas war that 
proved the prices can be con- 
trolled and held down by the 
companies. 

Perhaps if the companies had 
simply raised the price another 
penny a gallon little would have 
been said. After all, what isn't 
getting more expensive every 
day? 

But in this case prices of 
gasoline had dropped in January 
in Virginia Beach as much as 
six cents per gallon. The pub- 
lic reveled in gasoline. And 
most stations sold more gas or 
at least a higher octane than 
usual. The companies absorbed 
most of the price differential, 
the dealer the rest. 

Most service station oper- 
ators liked the gas war, because 
they were actually much busier 
than usual. Then the gas war 
was over, but instead of simply 
Mtting the price right back 
where It started. It went up one 
cent per gallon higher than the 
pottwar price. 

Now that's what we must call 
sneaky. . . .to toss a monkey wr- 
mn^ imo the works Just when 



the public is beginning to ap- 
preciate a good thing. 

Whether the price hike in 
already-expensive gasoline is 
absolutely necessary is not for 
us to decide. But the timing 
of the increase was certainly 
one of the poorest moves in 
public relations we have ever 
heard of 

More gasoline is being pump- 
ed Into more cars than ever be- 
fore in history, which should 
by experience with other com- 
modities bring the price down. 
But it definitely has not worked 
that way. 

The gasoline companies came 
out with a new gas in recent 
years strictly for use* in the 
compact car. It was cheaper, 
but now costs as much as re- 
gular gas did when the ''econ- 
omy fuel" came out. 

We feel that the gasoline 
companies serving Virginia Be- 
ach have done the public a great 
Injustice by first lowering the 
price by six cents, then raising 
it by seven. If it can be sold 
at a discount one day, it would 
seem to follow that it can be 
sold the next at a discount or 
at least at a regular price. 




Watch It, Papa Kayer 



^ Careful, Mr. baker man, what 
you say In open meetings. Your 
remarks to Norfolk City Council 
after Mr. Willis' 23 minutes of 
complaints perhaps were well 
taken by that august body, but 
not in Virginia Beach. 

Do not offer to send us the 
complaining Mr. Berry Willis. 



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DATES AND EVENTS FROM YESTERYEARS 



We have enough complalners 
of our own. 

And your inference that Vir- 
ginia Beach and Chesapeake 
being new cities, are not good 
cities and not successful. Is not 
well taken here. 

Don't throw stones at us. We 
may throw hard rolls back. 






CUcf Juatice John IfanhaU rendered the firet decbion de- 
claring a U.S. law unconstitational. February 24, 1803. 

The Colt revolver was patented, Febmaiy tS, 1S36. Ike 
Hudson River tunnel opened, February 25, 1908. 

The Canal Zone was granted to the United States by tnady 
with Panama, February SM, 1904. 

Communisto were accused of setting fire to Ac Gcroian 
Keichstag building, February 27, 1933. 

The Bmublfcan parfy was founded, Fdimary 28, 18M. 

The U.S. Department of Educatioa was established, Mardi 
1, 1867. 

Texas declared Indcpendcnee from Ifadeo, March 2, 1836. 



Invited 



The VmGimA BEACH 
SUN welcomes letters to 
the editor. Although they 
are subject to editing, all 
letters will be printed, sub- 
ject to several conditions. 
They must be signed and 
include the address of the 
writer. Only tbe name of 
the writer will be publish 
ed. L^ers oo all subjects 
are invited. 



There's a War On 



The suspense between skirmishes is frustra- 
ting. Each side wonders what the otiier is doing. 
Each side speculates on what the other is pre- 
paring to do next. And each side, through its 
own intelligence sources, does a little spying 
on the other. 

Both sides take stock of casualties and tre^ 
the wounded, then wait. The next iMittle has to ^ 
come. What form it will take, bow serious it 
will be, or who will win that one Is only left 
to speculation and the waiting game. 



ipJldttiical 



Neither side has won the war yet, and indeed 
it takes a series of decisive victories coiq)led 
with surrender at the polls to declare the event- 
ual winner. But we may all rest assured that 
the next battle ^d the next one after that will 
be more complex and more difficult and more 
extensive and more far-reaching into the 
campaign. 

Rumors about the war les^ out. Postmaster 
Crosswhite reportedly says he has nothing to 
worry about and has even checked with Wash- 
ington on the matter. The Admins reportedly 
say they have signed statem«its to the con- 
trary. The Unlteds are allegedly ready to un- 
leash a massive attack on Bill Kellam. The 
Admins are siud to be collecting material for 

a massive counter-attack a^dnst a member 
of the Unlteds. 



Meanwhile the first skirmish did prove one 
thing. It's going to be a long war, and possibly 
a dirty one, fought In mud ev«7one says will 
not be slung. 

And it proved that both sides are ready for 
a long ftght to the finish at the polls. 

Neither side is underestiniiitiflg ttie other. 
That would be fatal. The war will go on being 
a battle ^ wits and words. 

The lack of hand-to-hand combti after the 
initial skirmish between the Unlteds and the 
Administrations was a little hard to take. 

After the first bombardmoAfrom the Uniteds 
at the Admins ab(»t a«-(^ed fair |a«ctlce 
code and the Admins show cl heavy artiUery 
aboot flie Postma^er in rebmi, it looked lijce 



the war was really on. We prepared to dig 
in somewhere between the lines of the two 
combatants, barely sticking our head above 
ground, and keep a close tally of the new 
shells bouncing back and forth across no-man's 
land. 

But our vigil was met only with silence and 
inactivity. What ha4]f>aied after the initial 
battle? Is the war over? Was ttie first sUr- 
mi^ merely a show of strength and a feeler 
of the stroigQi of the other side? 

Sooner or later there had to be a first battle. 
It came, and it came early. Per&ps, iTdame 
too early to be remembered at all by Jnly 
when the Democratic primary takes place. 

The war is hardly over. In fact, there has 
not even l>een a formal declaraticm of hostil- 
iti^ so far. The first ddrmish was obviously 
a feeler on the part of the Unlteds to find oat 
what reaction would t>e forthcoming from the 
Admins. 

' And it looks like the Unlteds were shot (town 
immediately by bie gnus. Asinanyhard-fou^ 
war, they seem^ to retreat apd re-groiq>. 
That's known, we understand, as advancing to 
the rear. 

The Admins used only as much ammunltira 
as necessary, then called a cease-fire. Then 
they waited for the Unlteds to fire again. 
Nothing came immedi^ely. Nothing came in a 
few days. Nothing came in a whole we^ 

To Qie casiol observer, the average votor, 
the first skirmish may have seemed a stand- 
oft, but to the political taff, the Admins tad 
(me a very minor vldtMry merely by holding 
ttieir own ground and dKmlng th^ stood {are- 
piredtoflgt^ 

The public, however is merely a q>ect^tr 
in this theatre of oper^ons. And the piMlc 
has the uniqiue (q;)portm]ity of observing cl(»ely 
a good war for the city of Vir^ila Bea(sh, a 
war deigned to bring out all the issues evMt- 
ually and to help all of us elect ttie very bast 
men possf^e to high pid>llc office. 

That after all is the purpose of this war. 

It never taHs. The good guys almys seen to 
win tte wars in the ^mS. July is not tto^ far 
away. We stall see. 




By JoseiA Lowenthal Jr. 



niere is an entire family 
otter than my own living in 
my house, and they tave even 
broi^ a number of thdr 
frioids, who tave also moved 
in. 

Besides that they tave their 
very own clothes, fhmiture and 
accessories. They are about to 
overrun (he house, garage, 
tackyard and my sanity. ' 

The welfhre departm«it is 
not sympathetic at all about 
this large group, and will not 
l^ve any aid whatsoever in 
clothing them or getting ttiem 
anyttiing new. Fortunately feed- 
ing ttiem is no problem, or 
the witole mess would be en- 
tirely out of sight. ' 

The 

Invasion 
of 



Privacy 



But this iamily and their 
friends tave apparmtly never 
heard of birth control. They 
ke$p multiplying witti alarm- 
ing regulari^ with each new 
season. 

To protect ttie innoc«it I shall 
vtit i^ve ttieir names, and to 
protect myself I will not reveal 
the name of ttiose responsible 
for my predicament. 

But I will now, for ttie first 
time, tell ttie story of how It 
all happened. 

Some years ago I agreed to 
letttfls ttte eate little.#)Ucome 
to Im with us as s o^panioB 
for my daagtter. Poor Utile 
filing, I ttau^at ttie time. No 
famil^. No friends. Only one 
dress to her name. But she 



always had a smile on her face 
and never (nmplained. 

She and my child g(^ along 
fbnously, spending many hamr 
and mercifully qmet hours to-' 
gettier , Just ttie two of ttion. 

All was serene for a time, and 
ttien it happened. 

The little companion needed 
new clothes, lots of ttion. 
Because of her small size, she 
was difficult to fit and duly (me 
company made ttie proper thing 
to fit her. Her size also limited 
ttie s(^ope of her Airnitnre and 
accessories, and being f«nale, 
she seemed to need more and 
more all ttie time. The same 
company that makes thecl(Mlie6 
incidentally also has a monopoly 
on ttie other necessities. 

Because ttie little (»e was so 
cute and a source of such Joy 
to my daughter, I again gave in 
and allowed a small fbrtune to 
be spentoncompl^elyoutfittlng 
her In every way. 

It was Just a short ttme later' 
ttiat a dose friend of hvs 
turned 19, in exactly the same 
circumstances ttat she was In 
"^when she first came tolivewitti 
us. 

It took some coaxing ttds 
time, birt I let her live ttere 
too. In less time ttian it takes 
to say, "Turn off ttie televisioo 
set now!" she, too, became 
the crater of controversy. 

My daughter demanded new 
clotties, fiimlture and ac- 
cessories for her new fMend. 
She twined me arcmnd ttaold 
littte finger, and won again. 
But it was the beginning (d tar 
ownimdoing. 

The two Uttlc dolls bean 
chumming aseond more Ad 
more to dieaidves, leavtag 
my dangler out of ttdngs. In 



SEE "SUN SPOTS' P. 8 




A Thank You 



Editor: 

I would like to ttiank you on 
behalf of ttie iExchange Club of 
Virginia Beach for your pub- 
licity (m our Crime Prevention 
Week. 

We feel ttiat we are doing 
some good for youth and adults 
alike witti ttie different varity 
of ttiings. 

Sincerely, 

J. Richard Gormly 

President 



Of, By and For 



Dear Editor: 

The Haunting specter that 
promises to de^oy a "govem- 
m«it of ttie people, by ttie 
pe(^e, and for the ^opW^ia 
already stalking about boldly, 
in our blessed land. 

Any observing intelligent 
child of freedom can see its 
fri^tftal shadow, as it advances, 
in ttie sunlight of a freedom- 
lovii^ people, from day to day 



and year to year. TUs demon- 
like ghost is clottied witti robes 
of Jeatousy, greed, hate, venge- 
ance and deception. These ugly 
human. traits express them- 
selves by man's fhshlonlnt and 
wielding ttie blood-stalMd 
weapcns of destruction. 

The volunteers tot this 
wrecking crew are not only 
found in the countries ttiat tave 
openly declared Amwica's 
doom. Some are living wUh us, 
enjoying ttie same blessini^ ttiai 
can only be found in a couitry 
where free pe(9ler, can dnot 
God's praises, ttu his showers 
ofblessii^. 

In view of our past history 
and the caliber of our ancestry^ 
we are loatti to believe that any 
of our people would stdsmit to 
follow or be a proponent of (ta 
doctrine of tyrannical rule. 
There is, however, ttie vny 
ttireatening danger ttiat we as t 
people can beo>me so self- 
satisfied ttiat we (all to 
recognise a stealthy, creqring, 

destructive-enemy-ago^ 
wittiln our gates. 



God grant ttat 
people stay awake. 



Amwica's 



Ed L. Applegate 



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The ylrsinla Beach Sun 



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Citgo Holds Statewide Trade Sho'vr 



(; ^ Almost\ 500 ps^e attended 
the City S«rvtee Oil Co. 
Dealenma held at the pome 
lastTnefiday. 

AltlKwgh tiie duw was qpen 
to all Cltgodealers,itvasplan- 
ned mainly for former flying A 
dealers nMch were bou^ out 
by Citgo. The trade showUtfro- 
duced dealers in ttie state to 
{H-odttcts and services available 
to them. 

Dealers ftom RichiB(Hid; 
Lyndfimrg and Roanoke came in 
by bus, and representatives 
from the home office in Tulsa 
also attend ed.\ Arrangements 
for the diow were handled by 
the regioaal office in Baltimore. 

Dome Director Sam Scott 
Jr., said that this was Virginia 
Beach's first attempt at an oil 
trade show and that he hopes 
the Dome can get other oil 
company diows. 



RJKT.C. Star 
Cadet Earns 



0#en Moore m, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Owen J. Moore Jr. of 
303 20th St., was among SOhigh 
school recruits at Missouri 
Military Academy, Mexico, iHx> 
were racently honored for com- 
pleting tteir basic training 
period. 

TliBM teMired wertpresmt- 
ed wUt9%»s, emblematic of 
ttnir meidNvtship in Missouri 
MiUtary's honor R.O.T.C. unit. 

Capt. CIttrles W. Vines, 
M.^A. commandant, said Owen 
was placed in ttie honor groqp 
for his sdwlastic, miliary, 
disci)dinary and athletic a- 
diisvements. 




Phillips 
Files 
For Office 

William Hatch Phimps,'47, 
deputy commissioner of 
revenue, has left Administrat- 
ion Party and will ran against 
his boss, Revenue Commission- 
er Ivan D. Mapp, in the July 
Democratic primary. 

Phillips was appointed com- 
missioner of revenue in 1958 
to fill the unexpired term of 
^. W. Smith, who died in of- 
fice. Since the Princess Anne 
County, Virginia Beach merger 
he has been in charge of the 
commissioner of revenue oper- 
ations in City Hall annex at Vir- 
ginia Beach Borough. 

Phillips said he has not been 
asked to join the United ticket 
and has not sougjit its support. 



Lack of Regard 
Leads to Wrecks 



"I didn't know - - I diefii't 
care - -" 

Those are the two human de- 
fects .found most often in cr- 
ashes involving violation of tr- 
affic rules or regulations, Ree- 
ves E. Johnson, Director of 
Public Safety told Virginia Be- 
ach drivers tck^y. 

"Just which of these factors 
figures in any particular cr- 
ash." 

Chief Johnson's remarks fol- 
lowed reports from the Gover- 
nor's Highway Safety Comm- 
ittee that nearly 60 pw cent 
of the drivers in fatal crashes 
in 1965 were violating a traffic 
law. 

"Excessive- speed," he said, 
"was the single traffic violation 
in tlmt - or any - year. Other 
important violattons, year in 
and year out. include disreg- 



arding an officer or traffic etm- 
trol device, illegally taking tte 
right-of-way and following too 

closely." 
Whether the drivers involved 

Jflr these crashes were unavare 
that they were violating a law, 
whether it merely slipped their 
minds, or whether they actually 
did not care about the law, 
does not affect the responsib- 
ility these drivers had for the 
suffering and damage they caus- 
ed, Johnson said. 
' "People who for one reason 
or another are potential viola- 
tors of traffic laws and rules 
of safe traffic behavior," he 
said, "are the ones the Bureau 

■ of Safety is trying to reach this 
month in its program of traffic 
safety education which is being 
conducted with the theme: Know 
and OBEY Traffic Laws." 



Canal Route 
Expected 



A decision on the roathig of 
the "dndnage canal" from 
North Bay to Rudee Inlet is 
expected at any time. 

According to reliable 
sources. City Manager W. 
Russell Hatchett is again con- 
ferring with Navy officials. Last 
week a study from tiie engineer- 
ing firm of Langley, McDonald 
& Overman was turned over to 
Hatchett. The study was made 
to determine tiie possibility of 
connecting the canal witii Rudee 
bdet. 

The canal, 70 feet wide and 
sevoi feet de^, was stopped 
Just south of Lake Tuscumseh 
after Navy officials objected to, 
the canal crossing Navyiwo- 
petty. 



WILLIAM FRANCS OF ST. LOUIS, MO., AND GEORGE HUBBARD OF WASHINGTON WERE AMONG 
MANY OUT-OF-TOWN VISITORS TO THE CITGO DEALARAMA. 

Forrest 
Transferred 

RdSert M. Forrest, formerly 
of 114 Hough Ave., has been 
transferred by Orkin Extermin- 
ating Co, bic. to Atlanta, Ga., 
as national nles manager. 

Forrest has been with Orklh 
loqdly since 1958 as branch 
manager. 

Lafayette Bradshaw, branch 
manager in Florence, S.C., has 
been named branch mainger 
locally. He and his bmily plan 
to make their home in Virgin- 
ia Beach. 



Students Make Honors List 

William R. ColUer, Robert E. 
Turner of 267 Hill Prince Rd. 
(Dean's List); Roger Otha Pea- 
cock of 609 Edwin Dr., William 
W. Pritchett Jr. of 5513 Forest 
View Dr.; Robert J<M Walsh 
of 1716 Five Forks Rd., Carol 
Ann Weekley of 1704 Burroughs 
Rd. (Honor Roll). 
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Seven Virginia Beach shid- 
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during Qie fall quarter to earn 
places on the official honors 
lists at East Carolina College. 

They are Beverly Anne Kay 
of 57 10 Meer St. (all A's); Nancy 
Lou Chesire of 21,9 81st St.; 



A PIANO IS FOR ACHIEVEMENT! 

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ceotratioD, ooordiutioD and speed of response. 

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Patricia Renn Va. Wesley an 
On Dean's List Receives Gift 



Miss Patricia Renn, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H, 
Renn of 1005 Bay Col(my Dn, 
has be^cn named to the Dean's 
List at Garland Junior College, 
Boston, for the first semester. 

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Virginia Wesleyan College 
has . received $950 from the 
Norfolk-Princess AnneKiwanis 
Club. 

Club President EdwardKiger 
presented a check for %m last 
week to Virginia Wesleyan 
president I^ambuth M., Clarke 
bringing the total receiv^jcnrer 
the past three years froni this 
civic group to $950. The.njoney 
will be applied to the Ubiary 
fund for the purchase of hoiAs. 



School Bids 
Submitted 

Conrtd Bros, Inc. submitted 
the aniarent low bid for addit- 
ions to Bayside ami Kellam 
High Schools. 



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Bids fortttetwo-st^il^class- 
roohfi and laboratory additions 
were turned over to the School 
Board Tuesday. Bids, in order 
of opening, were: Conrad Bros. 
Inc., $508,940; F. A. Dvke, 
$528,294; Forrest Construct- 
ion Co., $595,000; Haycox Con- 
struction Co., Inc., $517,721; 
Llndemann Construction Co., 
$524,951}; Robert R. Marquis 
Inc., $530,821; W. B. Meredith 
Construction Co., $533,700. 

Ernest F. Stone, supervisor 
of construction, estimated con- 
struction time as 210 days and 
expects the additions to be com- 
pleted by late September. 




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Now, from American Motors, 
tfie car that wasn't there. 



A PIANO IS FOR HAPPIJ^ESS! 
No matter bow happy and successful your children may be 
-in school and later - the ability to play the piano is certain 
to add another "dimension" that will be worth uatold plea- 
sure to them for life. 

SEE PAGE 8 



BRICKS! 




^Oy^Smm^iisy^^ not 
tteen able to get the car they wanted. Now, 
our new management team and our ^,500 
dealers have doue something about it 

■Last night, I told, 
thirty million television ^ 
viewers that American 
Motors was going to 
make news. This is our 
first announcement, and it may well 
be tl\e most important to come out of 
Detroit this year. 
* . A major gap has developed in today's 
automobile market- a gap that no Amer- 
ican-made car is filling today. 

No automobile built for the American 
driver and American driving carries a list 
price under $2,000. ] ~ 

The lowest-priced U.S. i:axfc.the 
compact cars-have the roominess, 
performance, and safety U.S. buyers 
want, but they've escalated in cost. 

Over four million people have 
had to turn to little foreign imports 
even though these are really less car 
than Americans should have. 

We estimate over a million buyers 
a year are forced to settle for an auto- 
mobile that's above their means or 
below their needs. 

*What this country need^ is a car for the 
American motorist— at a list price com- 
petitive to the imports. This is the car 
tiiat isn't there. 



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It isn't there because U.S. manufacturers 
apply the same logic to building low- 
priced cars as high-priced cars. They 
make changes each year that cost money 
for retooling, model-making, experiment- 
ing, and pilot production. Money that 
aiust be reflected in increased list prices. 
The imports don't do this. They avoid 
all nonessential changes-and keep their 
prices down. Ironically, this approach 
to manufacturing was born in the United 
States. As of tod^y, we're bringing it back 
to the United States. 




As of today, we are limiting future 
changes in our Rambler American line 
to essential changes that will further en - 
hance the safety and reliability of these 
cars. This will save us millions of dollars- 
and we and our dealers are passing the 
savings along to ybu now. This means, for 
example, that the Rambler American 220 
two-door sedan pictured here that yester- ' 
day listed at $2,073, now lists at $ 1 .839!' It 
means your American Motors/Rambler 
Dealer has put new price stickers on 
all nine Rambler American models. . 



^/j /If H' pr/rmj/w/Zcy for Rambler American completes the repositioning of American Motors cars that began with the 
V^ full-size 1967 Ambassador and the intermediate-size Rebel. It in no way affects the price structure of our Ambassador 



We're not modifying pr strfppi^; 
down the cars, We'se simply doing away 
with nonessential change so that U.S,- 
built low-priced cars can truly be low- 
priced. 

Think of what you're getting. The 
Rambler American has already demon- 
strated its superiority over domestic 
compacts, winning its class in the 1967 
Union/Pure Oil Performance Trials and 
in every Mobil Economy Run in which 
it has been entered. 

Think again. Now— at a price com- 
petitive to imported cars— you can have 
the kind of performance needed on 
American highways, the kind of safety 
the American driver requires, the kind 
of dependability you can get only from 
a coast-to-coast network of dealers, the 
kind of comfort and room you have come 
to expect from an American automobile. 

For yeajvRambler American has 
been themsJ value in an American' 
automobile. 

Today, priced competitive to im- 
ported cars-it is the best automobile 
value in the world. 

We promised you excitine news from 
American Moiore.' 

This is only the beginning. 

' Roy D. Chapin, Jr. 

Chairman of the Board, Amwican Motors Corporation 

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InterfaHh 

Dialogue 

Scheduled 

An Interikith Dialogue wlllbe 
held tooiglit at 8 p.m. io be 
Recreation Hall of the Star 
of the S^,Churi:|)onI5tliStre«t. 

The leneral tHme vUl be 
"Relatlonsh^ to God.»' ^or the 
Jewish Community theei^)i)as- 
Is wUIbe OT faltii aod HeUef. 
For the Cdholic Community the 
emphasis will be on the formal 
Church and tke Sacraments. A 
Question add Answer period will 
follow. 

The participants willbe Rabbi 
Philip Pincus, Temple Beth 
Emmanuel; Dr. Wadell Waters, 
First Baptist Church and Rev- 
erend John Foley, assistant 
paster, Star of tite Sea Church. 

Timothy Barrow 
Receives Honor 

Tlmotlqr Barrow, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. G. E. Barrow of 2005 
Blu^Mrry Rd., was one of 49 
studMtfs in the University of 
Virginia's School of Architec- 
ture wbo earned places cmi the 
dean's llii of distinguished 
students for work done tai the 
fall semester. 



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The.Virginiq Beoch^un 



Locol Miiii Wins Match 
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2k>m6 m experienced men 
odnpeted In tiie first eUtnina- 
ttoa Tfluid of ttie all-Enterprise 
vm^Blflg toumameot held in 
tlw carri«-'s hangar bayS^ur- 
4$^ naming. Hie wrestlers 
tiogled dnrtng two more eUmin- 
ttiota roonds btfore die flmls 
deturmlned Enten>rlse cbam- 
I^ou in the six wei^t classes. 

The winners were: 142 lbs. 
Firemu) A. B. Banks of Baltt> 
morj», lid; 152 lbs. Airman Ap- 
tprmtide W. G. Roweof Virginia 
B«Mdii 162 lbs. Airman L. D. 
StAoQoover of Clinton, Wis.; 
18^ lbs. Airman B. A. GJertsoi 
Of Garden Grove, Calif.; 192 lbs. 
Machbiist's M^e Third Class 
T. J, Benner of Maple Heights, 
Ohio; Heavyweight seaman Ap- 
prentice G. E. Clark of Robbins. 

nu 

AAtJ rules and scoring were 
Bsed (wiOi die exception that 
rtiiwlnatlon bouts were of four 
ninates duration and finals of 
Ma minnteB- official AAUbouts 
are 10 mintfes.) 

Wrestlers 
Compefe 
In Tourney 

Bayaide sent 13 wrestlers 
to the Eastern District Wrest- 
ling Tonmam^it last week in 
die Norview High gym. 

Of Uiese, Wayne Singleton; 
made it to the semifinals, where 
he was defeated i^ Maury's 
Ted Swinsoo; Clay Temple also 
made it to the semifinals, irtiere 
he defeated Steve Turner of 
Wilson. Temple was defeated in 
the final romd by John Pegueg 
ofGranby, 6-0. 

BHS grapiders making it to 
the eonaolatton rounds were; 
Todd Gallagher (103), Wayne 
SingletDn (127), and Terry 
Meinhard (133). Bayside left 
tte toumanmt with 18 team 
points udtwoState tournament, 
points and two State tourna- 
mwt. 



AAU rules wiU be ic effect 
at the PhiUppine Area Na^ 
Championships and later at flte 
ALL-Navy Championsbips. It 
was decided to use the AAU 
rules in order to help prqptre 
any wrestters viio might hiye to 
enter the Area and All-Navy 
Championships. 

Petty PicJced 
To Win '500' 

The vaunted Pure Oil Rteii% 
Panel of Experts cast 19 bal- 
lots for Richard Petty as top 
choice to -win tte ninth annual 
Daytona 500 on Sunday. 

Next was Fred Lor««enwifli 
11 votes of confidence, Puil 
Goldsmith with 10, Cale Yar-' 
borough with 9. Lee Roy Yar- 
borou^ and Darel Dieringer 
each received 5 votes. 

USAC ace, A. J. Foyt was 
given 4 votes as was David 
Pearson, 1966 NASCAR Grand 
National championshU) Mario 
Andretti, 1966 USAC Natioaal 
champ, drew 3 votes. The other 
3 drivers named by tile panel - 
Dick Hutcherson, Curtis Turn- 
er and Tiny Lund each receiv- 
ed one vote. 

The Daytona 500 Sunday wiU 
be beamed live via closed cir- 
cuit T.V. to the Norfolk City 
Arena. The Daytona 500 tele- 
cast wlU be a Norfolk exclus- 
ive wad will not be shown any- 
where else in Virginia. 

Tickets for die Norfolk tele- 
cast are on sale in Norfolk 
at Ingrams, 3416 N. Military 
Highway. All 3000 tickets for 
the Norfolk Arena showing are 
being sold on a first come, first 
served basis. The City Arena 
doors win open at 11 a.m. on 
the 26th. 



Find Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: Kennedi J. Bredianer, 1642 
Duke of Windsor Rd., you have 
1^ won two free tickHs to the 
Juiaf Cinema. Now sbowiAg, 
"Flstflil of Dollars" rtarrtag 
Clint Eastwood (The Man wtth 
No Name). 




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Easter Seals 
Are Approved 



The Easter S^ Society Is 
one of just ^ major na^atl 
health agencies that have mflt36 
"essential rectuirements" for 
accreditation by the Ni^ioaal 
Health Council. 



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NO, THE NEW KINGS DEPARTMENT STORE NEXr LONDON BRIDGE HAS NOT OPENED YET. 
BUT JUDGING FROM THE CARS AND ACTIVITY ABOUND THE BUILDING IT WON'T BE LONG 
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A doiM^eader roller skat- This will be tiie second game 

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Sunday, at Plaza Roller Riidcon ^ ^ becoming a member ct 

Lynnhaven Rd. the Tri-State League. 

The Plata Phantoms will They lost the first game to 

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for two games, beginning at ^'"" Riverside, N. J. 
S p^m. 

Admisrton for die event will ^^ McLennui, manager of 

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or by advance tickets now on *•»« pUy-by-play, duties tortile 

sale at die rink. games at Plaza Roller Rink. 



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A PIANO IS FOR POPULARITY! 
Think what it would mean to you, right now, if you could sit 
down at the piano and^lay your cares away! Or, at social 
gatterin^, to lave your friends ^her round and sing the 
oldMngs^ 

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Thursday, February 23, 1967 



SMg Spots 

pA, it wsbtrtty a few months, 
wore bott of them had boy 
m^m^s who wt only came to 
^t l>rt^»lso just moved in. 
Tl^ were <*viously incapable 
rt iN^CH'ti^ themselves, so 1 
!»"* to stivort ttem, their fur- 
rtt«w, melt clothing, tteir ac- 
c^sori^, and believe it or not, 
« ev« ta«i to buy them both 
<*w^car*j 

My daughter was terribly up- 
s^ The two prissy dolls spent 
ai; of their time with their 
boyfrieiKls and completely 
Ignored her. She cried for days. 

When life was at its darkest, 
tte ori^nal doll's younger 
sister arrived on the scene. 
She toowas as cute as a button, 
snd my daughter was a- 
gata captivated, letting the old- 
er folks go on about their bus- 
iness in their darned old sports 



CONTINUED FROM P. 4 



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new little 



sister, of 

coarse needed cloQies, tar- 
Mnre, accessories, and the 
usual stuff that little girls need. 
By ttiis time, I had come to 
«PBct ft. I no longer hsKl"aBr 
privacy left 1o invade. 

My dau^ter and her new 
friend were real buddies, but 
history repeated itself. Hie new 
little sister soon also had a 
friend who, of course, moved in 
land had to be outfitted in the 
same splendiferous manner as 
all the rest. My daughter lost 
oat again to the two little 
friends. 



closwr 1 my daughter's age, 
arrived and moved in, along with 
her own outfits, furniture, ac- 
cessories, etc. including a tiny 
baby carriage wito a very tiny 
doll in It 

Again, all was well in the 
household. My dai^hter, fickle 
kid ^^ she is, was ecstetlc 
again. 

The inevitable soon occurred 
The entire group of interlopers 
grouped together and demanded 
their owi fine house within 
our very walls, with a real 
yard that had to be planted, 
fertilized watered and cut. 
They, of course, are above 
this sort of thing, so guess who 
handles the lawn cafe. 

Now Uiey are entirely off to 
themselves, living in their own 
little world, surrounded by 
wardrobes that would bring a 
king's ransom, by furniture fit 
for the ttirone room, and enough 
accessories and knicknacks to 
fill tte royal treasury. They 
seem happy enough, always 
smiling loiowingly because of 
the invasion of ipyjousejuid 
myliank account. 

My daughter ignores them and 
plays with the neighbor's kids. 
She says her ex-friends are 
snobs. 

I hear through the grapevine 
that more ofttiefomily and their 
friends will soon be here, at 
least by next Christmas, ready 
to descend on us at a weak 
moment. 



Citizen 

CONTINUED FEKJM P. 1 

doctors did something about It, 
Virginia Beach did not have a 
hospital of its own. It was 
through his guidance that the 
building now usedas the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach An- 
nex, at 25th and Arctic, was 
begun. 

At that time it was a ptlvaXe 
hospital for residents of the city 
of Virginia Beach, but was 
changed into a general hospital 
in 1951 after three years, of 
operation. 

"Of course I was surprised 
and grateful," Dr. Taylor com- 
mented, "and it made me feel 
rather humble." 



Zoning Request Police Dept. 



CONTINUED FRQM p. 1 



Army Sgt. John H. Hodnett, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos^h 
Hodnett of 4526 Bonney Rd., 
recently returned to his base 
camp in Phan Rang with his 
unit, the IstBrigadeofthe 101st 
Airborne Division, after more 
than a year of combat in the 
jungles of Vietnam. 



Withdrawal of a zoning ap- 
plication by Virginia Associates 
for a service station at the 
southwest corner olCajpe Henry 
Dr. and Great Neck Rd. will 
not soothe objections of Lynn- 
haven Inlet residents. 

They claim (a delegation ap- 
peared at the last City CouncU 
meeting that since the property 
has already been zoned for a 
service station, somaaw else 
may take over the Imn and 
open a station. Attorney Henry 
E. Howell ir. said residents 
are opposed to any service 
station at that location, and sug- 
gested that the Council rescind 
the earlier zoning of the land. 

Howell told the CouncU^that 
Virginia Associates had mis- 
represented that people living 
around the corner were not op- 
posed to a service station there. 
He added tl^t Virginia Assoc- 
iates is a trade name of Edwin 
B. Lindsley Jr. and others who 
never registered as a legal en- 
tity as required by law. 



"I wrote and told them they 
might be liable to suit," said 
Howell, "so I don't blame them 
for wltiidrawing." 



The city attorney's, office Is 
studying Howell's claim. 



PARIS ^- Inventors in France 
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If there are still a few dfehards around who doubt the Wheel- 
ing and dealing ability of clubwomen, their beads are farther 
In the sand thao the y realtge. 

"" Princess Anne Womb's Cl- 

ib, whose benefit fashion show 

ill hit the runway tomorrow 

ght in the Civic Center, per- 

rmed a classic bit of finagl-> 

, executing a coup that should 

n them no less than a chap- 

r in the-histqry of Virginia 

lubwomen. 

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rformed quietly and efficien- 
y, in a frenzied last minute 
lOve. 

Privately, 1 suspect that the 
date for the fashion show was 
set cunningly to follow closely 
on die heels of another Dome 
^event, twt a mere whisper of a 
suggestion along this line would 
be tantamount to suggesting that 
the gal in the middle of it all, 
Mabel Owen, stay home tooiorrow night and «atch television. 




MRS. OWEN 



From bits and pieces gleaned here and Uiere, and from Mabel 
herself, here is de story: 

ou lave, llrst of all, a dNdl, dreary pome... .and In U yoe 
vaot to stife a sophisticated, smashii^ style show. 



Naturally, you tiave no m^ne^ to spend: all that you take in is 
earmarked for the Tidewater Heart Association. 

Available is a stockpile of parachute fabric, but hanging it is 
a dreodftil problem. Time's involved, too. You can't decorate 
the Dome till the day l^efore the show. 

But. . Jn tlie Dome during the crucial period when decisions 
had to be made, was a Citgo Com{»ny trade show. Citgo had 
spent much money for professional decorations. This much the 
women knew. Most ihteresting, especially, was a gaily-striped 
overhead swag made of some 1200 dollars worth of M)ric. The 
material belonged to the Baltimore decorating company, but 
Citgo hired the company and the trappings. 

Waiting to get in when U>e doors opened af 9 a.m. ttie first day 
of tiie trade show was none other than Mrs. Owen, chairman of 
Uie Heart fund ftshion show. 

TbU overhead swag was indeed a foscinating bit of frou-frou. 

Cheddng it out, she learned that the decorating company would 
be very hanqr to iMive it in place, provided the women would, 
afterwards, return it to Baltimore. . .along irith a check for 
300 dollars. 

(See Ceiling Ci^ier, Page 28) 








ii VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

Thursday, February 23, 1967 



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BAPTTT CHUI^H AFTER THEIR WEDDING THERE FEB. 11. 
MS. CLAWC m THE FORME» MIS CYNTHIA LEE KEENE. 
1BE COUPLE IS LIVING AT I7TH AND PACIFIC. (BOICE 

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Trends of the Times 



A School for A II Ages 




— where parents rally round the flag, getting mileage out of 
their beautifully equipped public classrooms and gymnasiums. . . 
CI trend taking hold at the Beach as well as In other areas of the 
country. 

' • » . j 

Why not a community meeting house after hours in the com- 
munity's schools? 

The city's department of recreation sees It as a giant step 
forward in the areas of education and recreation for adults; 
adults see It as a much-needed community center for learning 
such things as sewing and bridge, art and physical fitness. 

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Recreation further sees to providing qualified instructors in 
conveniently- located schools and to keewnq up with the needs of 
the area and the demand for subjects. 

Adults also see It as ah unexpected return on their investment. 



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AT ALANTON ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL, THERE ARE NOW ' 
FOUR ADULT SEWING CLASS- 
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THE INSTRUCTRESS EX- 
PLAINS THE BASICS OF BID- 
DING TO A BEGINNERS' 
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FROM 7:30 TO 9:30 WITH TIME 
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Spring Flower ShowScheduiedl 



The Council of Garden Clubs 
of Virginia Beach at tteir re- 
cent meeting voted to spcnsor 
a sprtag house and gard«i flow- 
er show in April. The date 
will l>e announced at the March 
meeting. 

In a drive to Improve and 
beautify the community, the 42 
clubs in the Council will urge 
members and neighbors to plant 
an|d beautify their areas. An 
award wiU be presented to the 
garden club responsible for the 
greatest nuo)}>er of trees and 
shrubs planted during Uie re- 
mainder of Februar}^ Em|d)asls 
was placed on planting Dc^- 
woods and live oaks partlcolar- 

Mrsl Artiiur Winder, b«uiti- 
flcation dialrman reported ask 
plantings on Crape Myrtle Trail 
in the Oceana ar». 

Mrs. Arthur H. Gallai^er, 
"Haocte" chairman, aim^Dced 
ttitf aU participating elite must 
have their entries completed 
tsA T9^Utt ]w%l^ by Itorch 
IS. Awards will be pr^Mted 
itf tte Jime luncheon. 

Mrs. August H. Culpqjper is 
CooneU president. 



Area Clubs 



Mrs. A. H. Culpepper of the 
Thoroughgood Garden Qub at- 
tended the recent meeting of 
the Executive Board and the 
Board of Directors of the Vir- 
ginia Federation of Garden 
Clubs in ttie Chamberlin Hotel, 
Hampton. Thoroughgood's Feb- 
ruary meeting took place In the 
home of Mrs. W. H. Harrison. 
Pat bridges of Coleman 
Nursery spoke on landscape and 
design, Ulustrating his talk with 
slides. The group approved a 
bazaar as this year's money- 
making project. 



The Lake Smith Garden Club 
held its monthly meeting in the 
home of Mrs. J. R. Allbritton 
on Rylands Rd. 

# 

Slides of Flower shows of the 
Virginia Beach Council of Gar- 
don Clubs were shown by Mrs. 
Merrltt A. Graham's daughter 
Elaine. 



Thalia Garden Clul^rs met 
recently in Thalia Methodist 
Church. J. B. Stiffler of Smith- 
Douglass showed slides on ros- 
es. 



Lynnhaven Colony Garden 
Club members vtrfed to 
purchase crape myrtle trees to 
b^uttfy ttwir ar^'s eitrances. 
Their February lunch^nmeet- 
im host^ses were Mrs. J. T. 
StrayhMo and Mrs. D. D.Buck. 
Members saw slides of the 
New York IMerm^lMuU Flower 
Show. 



The regular monthly meeting 
of the Broad Bay Garden Club 
was held at the Hearthside 
Restaurant with Mrs. LaneTar- 
ract, President, presiding. Hos- 
tessess were Mrs. K. E.Godfrey 
and Mrs. J. S. Floyd. Mrs. 
Charles Todd presented a "lec- 
ture on dried materials." 



"Pre-Spring Care of R(Mes" 
was discussed by rosarians, 
Frederic Hratte, Charles Tur- 
rlsi and J. W. Overton all of 
Norfolk and J. M. L^ch (tf 
Smithfleld, at the recent met- 
ing of the Tidewater Rose So- 
ei^, held in ttM Administration 
BuikUi^, Norfolk BotanicalGar- 
dens. 



Arrov^ead Garden Club's 
Yard of the Month project has 
received a commendation from 
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson. 

"Each person who plants a 
tree or tends a flower or clears 
a corner of neglect is making 
his nation a finer and more 
wholesome place in which to 
live," was Mrs. Lyndon B. 
Johnson's message which the 
club recently received. 

Their February Yard of the 
Monthwiimer , Mr. and Mrs. J. 
Wintermeyer on Susquehanna 
Drive, was presented with a 
dogwood tree to commemorate 
Arbor Day. All Arrowhead area 
residents have been urged by 
club members to plant a tree 
during the month of February. 

The clubwomen are askii^ 
those Arrowhead residents who 
plant trees during the remaind- 
er of F^ruary to contact Mrs. 
E. D. Jordan, their horticulture 
chairman. 

Two members, Mrs. William 
Austin and Mrs. Edwaitl Mc- 
Qttitty >itt«>ded Oie recort 
flower d»w sponsored by the 
N^k^ Council of State Garden 
Cluiis In the Ctemberlln Hotel. 





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The Virginia Beoch Sun 



Oklahoma 

Tryouts 

Scheduled 



The Virginia Beach Civic 
Chorus Is recniiting for its 
forthcoming musical, "Okhdio- 
ma." / 

Tryouts for all the singing and 
actii% roles in the Rogers and 
Hammer^eln production are 
scheduled for 8 p.m. Tuesday 
in Galilee Episcopal Church, 
Pacific Avenue. 

"Oklahoma" will be staged in 
Princess Anne High School. 
Four performances are sched- 
uled for the last two weekends 
of April: April 21 and 22, and 
28 and 29. 

The musical will be spon-^.^ 
sored by ttie Virginia Beach Ro- 
tary Club. 



The Civic Chorus is now in 
rehearsal for the Gilbert and 
Sullivan operetta "Patience" 
which will be performed in 
Vir^a Beach Junior High 
School, 25th St., tonight, Friday 
and Saturday. Tickets are avail- 
able at B & M Delicatessen or 
from chorus members. 




Thursday, Fe bruqry 23, 196? 



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From Surfing To Slamg 



A field trip to The Homestead for members of the Surfrider 
Ski Club.... a January weekend that produced only a trace of 
snow but a mountain of fun for the Beach group pictured. The 
package deal that contained transportation, hotel aixl meals will 



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have just won two free tickets 
to the Janaf Cinema. Now show- 
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ring Clint Eastwood fThe Man 
with No Name). 



be repeated again early in March.... this time with a larger 
membership, and hopefully, a heavier layer of necessary ground 
cover. 

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This is the first time the 
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Mrs. Charles E, Warren is 
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"Can you imagine an eii^t- 
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year-old and I stiU tblnk of him 
as a baby/' commented one 
member of the Princess Anne 
Junior Woman's Club as they 
tourned the Tidewater Detent- 
ion Home last week. 

The Womans Club^ presented 
a check for $75 to C. R. Mast- 
racco, administrator, for the 
Home's film rental fund. Mast- 
racco explained that die child- 
ren have plenty of educational 
films bat few entertaining ones, 
which must be rented. 

Clid} members seemed sur- 
jprised by the pleasaatBess of , 
the home, but shocked by Qie 
reaUzation that chUdren ttie 
same ^e as their own were 
confined there. The home, which 
serves the whole Tidewater 
area, keq)s delinquents and 
wardis of die court until Qie 
Courts of authorities send them 
to state institutions, place them 
in foster homes or release 
them. 



A Csiling C a pOI'' (continued ftonlB) 



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Mastracco will speak to the 
Woman's Club next month about 
plans for a Halfway House. 
There is presently no Half-, 
way House in the state. It would 
provide supervisim for children 
without actual detention. 

They would be free to attend 
school and/or work until they 
adjusted to society again. It 
would be a stepping stone be- 
tween prison and freedom, and 
also a home for minor offenders 
who would oQierwise be sent to 
reform school. 

* * * 

Bayside Jrs. 

Awards 

Presented 

A total of 25 entries were 
submitted by Bayside Junior 
Woman's Clid> members in the 
club's annual craft contest. 
Eight blue ribbons were award- 
ed. 

Mrs. Louanna Bare, wra two 
ribbons in Oie knitting category; 
Mrs. Jean Cameron, three in 
crocheting and crewel work; 
and Mrs. Nancy Spivey, tiiree 
for sewing. Entries were juiced 
by Mrs. Gloria Baker and Mrs. 
Wanda Ferrell. 

The awards were presented 
at the cltd)'s Fdi>ruary meetii^, 
irtiere emphasis was aa anti- 
ques. 

Paul Owen, owner of Alad- 
din's Lamp antique shop, spoke 
to members on thedos and 
don'ts of buying antiques. He 
displayed several pieces, ex- 
plaining to members how to 
determine a good buy, and how 
to turn their purchase into an 
InvestmMif. 

Mrs. Barbm West was nom- 
inated to reprfeat tlie Bayside 
Juniors ^ the Tidewater Dis- 
trict spring . meting Mardi 7 
in the Cavalier Hc^l. 



"We taiew we didn't have 300 dollarsj" Mabel sald..,*|t9 we 
dlclered a Uttle more. They cut the price to hall, 18* w «•» 
^ill too nrnqlk 

"Eventually, tt(^ dropped to the 100 dollar flgiir«, but we J«rt 
couldn't see taldag even that much out of our prdBte. 

"Finally, we wait to the Citgo men. 

"First, I saw a JohnStory.Hesentme to Harry Badw. ^«r, 
in turn, sent me to Denise McCli«gage, v«io picked np tte piioiie 
and called the decorating company, in Baltimore." 

By this time, PaulMergler, executive director of tlie Ttdewattr 
Heart Association was involved; by this time, also, tlift Cttgo trade 
show was over; they w«re packing iq?, preparing teileftve. 

The women made a final last ditch effort and here flie mystery 
deepCTS. 

By ttie time the Cl^ oftidals havecheckedoot of their Betdi 
hotel, the swag mis swinging in favor of \h6 women. 

"I went down to the Dome at 9 a.m. that momtnc. As soon is 
I walked in, Mr. HiU (wi^ ttie^lecorating (xmwh ctme ^ to 
me and said he'd been told to leidveOie decorations. Not only (he 
ceiling cover-tq), but the decorations around the base ol tlM ; ~ 
too," Mabel said. 



WheUier it was persistance on the part of tiie iipmei^ 
Ci^ didn't ^ve die heart to leave the heart-worUng fals irtfli 
a big, bare ceiling ot whether Mildred Alexander to a tdsvlslOB 
totervlew with Citgo men badcsd them into a comer wUl prtMbly 
never reaUy be known. 

What is known is that toe ceiling decor is still to place and 
toat Citgo is plckii« qi toe tab. . . .toereby saving iliewonMi 
many of toe hard-earned dollars. 

But most ImporUnt, perhaps, and maybe this is realljr wlqr 
Citgo did it, is itattbey'U be saving toe hearts of a lot of bos- 
bands iit«) were tapped fbr toe job of hangli^ all tost ptracMe 
fhbric on toe 44-foot high ceiling. 



There's stlU aiwtoer character tovolved to toe ceiUnc caper, 
too. His name's Sam Scott and he's toe dome manager who hookid 
toe fhdiioD show to on Citgo's coattalls. Hat makes him an le- 
compllce of sorts, I'd say. 

WhUe tois high bit of cliibwomanship takes honors tot being 
toe classic of toe new year, it was tar from toe oidy one invcdved 
to staging tomorrow nii^t's show. 



Mrs. Margaret Davis (oo whose shonlders rests toeri 
biUty of a large H-shaped runway) hid a hand to whedlag tad 
dealing this one. 

She figored she'd need some 64 feet of foor-fbot wide waUdBg 
space fbr toe models. 

She farther figured Paul Gallop wito Premier Millworku iter 
man. 

"Not completely/' be said, "brt meet me attlM Dmne aad PU 
listen to your problem." 

Hearing her oat, Gallopofferedlator.Battdi^ms labof irtBi- 
oat material, she asked? 

So (Mlofi, too, was trapped. He became a commttteematt to 
charge of acquisitions of hnid)^, nails, etc, wUdi he talked 
Addington and Beamcm, Fuel and Feed, Jolm Wool Co., uA tl. 8. 
Plywood into donating. 

But he couldn't cushloo it too. . .bat toe women eoold and did. . . 
wito toe help of Thalie Carpet, whotl 1^, oirt d Ike goodaass of 
toelr hearts, toe required carpetiag the lengto aadbreadfliflf 
toe runway. 

Still more goodies: table cmtendeees, done by lOarea gardaa 
clubs; 100 candles to llg^t 100 tables. :Jrom Giant Open Au. Re- 
freshments all donated; a Wurlitcer organ, coartesy HaanBiU 
Music Co. 

PUying it will be William Miller,headofthe mosie departaMot 
at First Colonial High School; Willis Wayside wiU provide a coay 
setting to toe lobby. 

Still otoers, such as Charlie Space and MaynardAUen* Sntih 
and Welton, Rice's, Whitehurst and Blassi^ilMUa, Bob CM) 
Norris, J. S. Jackson wito GulfServiceStatlcn, Norfolk llaaaom, 
Studio Gallery, have all turned to wito donations <A eqoipaieat, 
laboi'or entertalnmmit. 

When you get right down to it. . . .toere seems little left far the 
womm to do but sell toe tickets. 



WelcomeWagonShow Set 



The Welcome Wagon Cld) 
will welcome toe piMc to ito 
annual fashton sua! show and 
card party at 7:30 p.m. Marchl 
to Bow Credt Country Club. As 
to toe two previoos years' 
showi, proceeds wiUbedonated 



to toe General Ho^pitoL ' 

Sanford's dotoea vID be 
modeled by elii>Di«Bban*Tle- 
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The Women's Soetafy (tf 
Christian Service at TtbmmA* 
Methodist Chorch is tUaktag 
^ffing. They'll tgomot a aaw 
hat sale from S to IpJUUbtt' 
day to toe dnrch aoeitf laU* 
Women of the area are Itrttal 
Hie church is on 
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Glass Endangers 
Winter Driving 



^'Chief of Police James E. 

Moore offered a few terse re- 
4inarks this week (Concerning a 
'subject that should be (but all 

too often Isn't ) crys^ clear 

to motorists — the glass in an 

automobile. 

^' ''Virginia Beach's traffic 
"'i»w§ g:ive my officers the power 
to deal with flagrant violators 
^en vision is obviously ob- 
isciffM," CUef Morre em{4ias- 
4i2M. "But there are many 
.^tAth coDdttticMis that occur that 
make it. very difficult for a 
ydriver to se4, without his real- 
izing that he actually can't seei 
out as well as he should." 
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The chief Irent on to explain 
^ that in using the t^rm' "gtass" 
;he referred to the car's l^ts 
^ as well as windows. 

Starting with the car's llght- 
Ing equipment, he clteT Ms 
'I example: 
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' "It's amazing the number of 
t t>Mple we stop with a burned-' 
out headlight who fall to realize 
that they are 'one-eyed' 
<■ drivers. They Just aren't aware, 
n erven at night, that they are 
driving with only half the effect- 
ive candle 4»wer from their 

• headlamps." 

• Even fftwer drivers, accord- 
ing to the chief, realize the 
tremendous amount of light lost 
because of snow, ice or muddy 

. road-slush collecting on head- 
' 11^ lenses. 

One answer, he said, is to 
have your car washed regular- 
; ly. But even between washings, 
clean all light lenses thoroughly 
—turn signals and tallll^ts as 
well as headli^ts. 

Chief Moore labeled as 
especially dangerous the im- 
patient motorist who half- 
heartedly scrapes snow off the 
windshield and then drives oat 
with UtUe thought about the 
rest of his .windows — and no 
thought at all about his lights. 

So because murky « winter 
weather and longer hours of 

problem, ttiere's more tokeep- 
f Big from "b*»g "snow blftid". 

than just a few scrapes at the 
' wlMlsUeld. 

The chief cited recommend- 



ations from the International 
Assotlation of Chiefs of Police: 

. You have a legal as well 
as a moral responsibility to 
keep all windows clear and 
unobstructed — Inside and out. 

. You must have operating 
windshield wipers capable of 
clearing snow, slush and rain 
from the windshield. Have your 
service station check arm pres- 
sures (one ounce per Inch of 
blade length). Blades should 
be "live" rtibber that will wipe 
clean without smearing or 
streaking as dead rubber does. 

. Your he^er-defroster sys- 
tem is another key to keeping 
windows clear. If it's not putting 
out mough heat, have it 
checked, especially the tiiermo- 
stat. 



P. A. Hosts 
Workshop 



The All-State Regional 
Chorus and Workshop was held 
at Princess Anne High School 
last Friday through Sunday. 

Robert Rnauf, chorusmaster 
for the Cincinnati May Festival 
Chorus and supervisor of music 
for Fort Thomas, Ky., iwbllc 
schools, director of music at 
Northern Community College, 
University of Kentucky was 
guest director of the All- 
Regional Chorus was Richard 
Barnes of Cburchland Hi^ 
School, and BUI Miller of First 
Colonial High School was ac- 
companist for the Workshop 
Chorus. Mrs. Harriet Heath, 
choral music director at Crad- 
dock High School directed the 
Workshop Chorus. 

Schools taking part were 
Princess A n n e, Frank Cox 
Deep Creek, Kellam, Church- 
land, Woodrow Wilson, Oscar 
Smith, Forest Glen, Bayside, 
First Colonial, Great Bridge, 
Maury, Craddock, Indian River, 

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Birth defects result in the 
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during the first year of life. 



PICTURE OF THE WEEK 



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You will not automatically 
receive a refund of tax with- 
held from your wages unless 
you file a tax return, said 
James P. Boyle, District Dir- 
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Virginia. 

A tax return is not required 
when the gross income receiv- 
ed during the year Is less than 
$600, but a return must be 
filed to obtain a refund of any 
Federal tax withheld. This ad- 



vice i^ipli^ particolarty to 
students and other persooB ito 
worked only a part of the ye^r. 

Form 1040 and 1040A wxmA 
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required only if total iocome 
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THE OFFICER IN CHARGE OF FIGHTEft SQUADRON ONE HUNDRED ONE DETACHMENT 
OCEANA, .COMMANDER B. D. WILLLUID PRESENTED 40 NAVY GOOD CONDUCT AWARDS 
AT CEREMONIES .HELD ON 30 JANUARY 1967. THESE AWARDS REPRESENT OVER 357 YEARS 
OF OUTSTANDING FAITHFUL. ZEALOlB AND OBEDIENT NAVAL SERVICE. "GRIM REAPERS" 
- OF DETACHMENT OCEANA' ^ERE HONORED. 

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Find Your Name Contest Win- 
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Donald ICrejcarek, 5033 Re- 
gina La., is among 114 students 
of the University of Wisconsin 
at Madisorf who were recently 
pledged to '26 different frater- 
nities on the Wisconsin campus 
here. 

He pledged the Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon fraternity. 



The General Hospital of Vir- 
ginia Beach Is one of six area 
hospitals linked directly with 
the Virginia Hospital Service 
Assoc. (Blue Cross) by a new 
electronic communications 
system. 

The new system enables the 
Association to inform the hos- 



pitals of a Blue Cross mem- 
ber's eligibility for benefits at 
least five times faster than 
previous methods. 

The first such equipment to 
be used by Blue Cross In Vir- 
ginia, the device,, known as the 
Automatic Send and Receive! 
(ASR) 35 system, transmits and 



receives at a speed of 100 words 
per minute. Operating via tele- 
type, the system eliminates the 
necessity of handling requests 
for benefit information by mail. 




Agent 
Appointed 



Nelson Jerome Etberidge of 
137 Matt La. has been appoint' 
ed a local agent in the Virginia 
Beach office of the State Farm 
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ThursAy, February 23, 1967' 



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DURING A COFFEE BREAK AT THE RELIGIOUS EDUCATION WORKSriOP AT FT. STORY, 
CHAPLAIN KENNETH L. BLUNT, SECOND FROM RIGHT, SHOWS FELLOW WORKSHOP LEADERS 
ONE OF MANY BOOKS USED AT THE ONE AND A HALF DAY CONFERENCE AT FT. STORY. 
OTHERS, LEFT TO RIGHT, ARE ALLAN WATSON, DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, 
HEADQUARTERS, 1ST U, S. ARMY: COL., JOHN R. WILLIAMS, POST COMMANDER, FT. STORY; 
FATHER HOWARD FRENCH, DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, FT. KNOW, KY; CHAPLAIN 
BLUNT AND MISS CORA BOWMAN. DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, FT. EUSTIS. 



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"Your Federal Income Tax," 
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taxes, lis now available at In- 
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Director of Internal Revenue. 

The booklet covers in detail 
the Federal income tax' laws 
as they apply to individuals. 
It contains many examples to 
illustrate application of the laws 
to actual situations. 

The material Is especially 
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or for those faced with a new 
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Check lists of taxable and non- 
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Workstum 

An ecumenical frontier was 
reached at Ft. Eustis and Ft. 
Story, with the tK>l(nng of the 
first Catholic-Protestant relig- 
ious education workshiqi last 
week. 

It is the first bi-faltti woMc- 
shop to be conducted at tiie loc- 
al level for lay persons oi tte 
two installations and is believed 
to be the first of Ite kind in 
the Tidewater Virginia surea. 

Sponsored jointly by Lt Col. 
John F. Cagle, Ft. Eustis post 
chaplain who is a Catholic, tiie 
workshop was held at Ft. ^Tf 
Tuesday and Wednesday idght 
at Ft. Eustis. 

Workshop objectives are to 
acquaint lay leaders with the 
Armed Forces Unified Curri- 
culum, to stimulate thinking 
about the philosophy of educat- 
ion and teaching to encourage 
prior planning, to acq u ai nt— 
teachers with availsAle train- 
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inspiration to teach. 




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It's easy to get as many 
copies as you would like 
of any picture taken by SUN 
photographers. 

Clip the picture out of 
the paper and send It along 
with your order to: 

Photo Department, 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
P. 0. Box 657 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

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weeks, the charge will be 



Please make all checks 
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. ^-^-.- EiTONDUBLm^CENlIB),. REGIONAL SALES.,MAMAGEE.EOBJSWEET*S DIVJSIQN PF THE^^j 

F. W. DODGE CO., PRESENTS A PLAQUE TO THE J. G. WILSON CORPORATION READING 
"60 YEARS OF PARTNERSHIP IN CATALOG PROGRESS." THE J. G. WILSON FIRM IS A CHARTER 
ADVERTISER IN SWEET'S CATALOGUE, THE LARGESJANDOLDESTSERVICE JOURNAL OF ITS 
TYPE IN THE NATION. RECElVINd THE PLAQUE ARE J. G. WILSON OFFICIALS (LEFT TO 
RIGHT), M. B. ZOLL, VICE-PRESIDENT: W. H. WALTHALL, SALES MANAGER, LATHROP 
' BEVAN, PRESIDENT; D, E. CLARK, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD: AND JAMES L. BEVAN, ASSIST- 
■ ANT SALES MANAGER. THERE ARE LESS THAN A DOZEN SUCH CHARTER ADVERTISERS IN 
SWEET'S IN THE COUNTRY WHO, LIKE J. G. WILSON, H^VE ADVERTISED DURING THE 60 
YEARS INTERIM. ZQLL, U BEVAN, CLARK, AND J. L. BEVAN ARE ALL VIRGINU BEACH 
RESIDENTS. THE J. G. WILSON CORP. IS A NATIONAL LEADER IN THE MANUFACTURE OF 
ROLLING SERVICE DOORS SINCE 1876. 

SBALaans Navy's Loss Is AF'sGain 

Expanded 



The Small Business Adminis- 
tration's Economic Opportunity 
Loan program is now available 
throughout the Virginia, it was 
announced today by Clarence P. 
Moore, SBA, Regional Director. 

The loans will/ be made to 
existing and new tnisioesses 
by SBA's Regional Office at 
1904 Byrd Avenue, Richmond, 
and by 72 other SBA field of- 
fices throughout the nation. 

To find those low-income and 
other handicapped people with 
the best potential to success- 
fuUy operate K business, SBA 
wiU work closely with commun- 
ity action agencies, neighbor- 
hood caters, regional organ- 
izations and other groups thro- 
ughout the State, Moore said. 
These organizations also will 
be asked to assist in providing 
volunteers from the business 
immunity to work with SBA 
personnel in providing manage- ' 
ment assistance to loan recip- 
ients. 



Capt. John M. Davey, the 
Air Force pilot who has served 
with a Navy squadron, flown 
from the carrier Independence 
in combat operations, won the 
Navy Unit Commendation, -and 
qualified as an officer of the 
deck underway on an aircraft 
carrier, has returned to the 
Alr^Forbe following his tour 
with Ocearia- based Fighter 
Squadron 41 CVF-41) 

Davey's orders are to report 
as an Instructor pilot in the 
Air Force version of the Phan- 
tom n, tte F-4C, at Monthan 
Air Force Base, in Tuscon, 
Ariz. Wille here he lived at 
615 Vanderbilt Ave. 

Ordered to Navy exchange 
duty over two years ago, Davey 
reported toVF-41 wltta history 
of onusual duty already in his 
record. Not only had he served 
in the usual activities of an Air 
Force officer and pilot, but 
Davey had worked with the Army 
as a forward air controller ear- 
lier in his career. 



Davey has seen duty in the 
world's hotspots, serving with 
the 31st Tactical Fighter Wing 
during the Berlin crisis, 
landing by in Southern Florkb 
during the Cuban crisis, and 
flying in the CHdnawa area in 
1963. He had learned from his 
varied assignments too, cpial- 
Ifylng as an Army paradiuter 
and gaining kiMwledge of var- 
ious aspects of military life. 

Deployed aboard the carrier 
Independence, Davey flew mis- 
sions with his squadron, earn- 
ing the air medal for combat 
(derations. Between mlssi(»>s, 
he requested to undergo train- 
ing as officer of the deck and 
was assigned watches leading 
to his qualification. On March 
15, 1966, Capt. John Kennedy, 
then the commanding officer 
of the Indq)endence, presented 
Davey with his letter of cpiallfi- 
cation. He bad become an Air 
Force officer skilled ^n a. Navy 
job. 

In January, Davey left VF- 




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la^er convalescent equipment 
may be rented; all medical 
supplies can be delivered to 
your home. At Bayside 
Pharmacy, we are dedicated to 
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They are charming... poised 
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41 to return to Air Force dntjr. 
As be left, be said "I ctt 
truthAilly say that the past tvo 
years with the Navy irfll pro- 
bably be the most ezdttaic ywn 
of my life." - 

In answer to his words, Cmdr. 
L. E.Koett, commanding officer 
of the squadron sM, "Tte 
Navy's loss is certabily tte 
Air Force's gain. We «wy 
somewhat the 4453rd Combi^ 
Aircrew Training Wing whidi 
will soon have the benefit of 
Capt. Davey's varied Navy ex- 
perience. They are gaining/' 
he concluded, "an officer and 
pilot with tremendous attilltjr 
andskill. 

Maj, Norman 
Retires Here 

Retirement ceremonies wer* 
receirtly held at Fort Story for 
MaJ. Hugh W. Norman of 2301 
Hood Court 

Maj. Norman entered serviee 
as an enlisted man and was 
commissioned in 1946. He Join- 
ed ttie Army Transportstiao 
Corps at its Incepdon in 1942 
and has served In most pteMi 
of the transportation mission^ 
from manning ampblMoos boats 
to Staff Officer. 

Major and Mrs. Norman plao 
to settle tere at the Beach. 
Bodi were former Norfolk re- 
sldoits, and both attentod 
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won two tree tickets to the Janal 
Cinema. Now showing, ''Fist- 
ful of Dollars" starrbig CUot 
Eastwood (The Man with No 
Name). 










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Fifty years bave elapsed 
since Feb. 1917 wb«a 1st Lt. 
G. A. WUdrick and 1st Lt. A. 
Hottoa «itti two Coast Artil- 
lery Corps companies came 
ashore to bivouac tm the bar- 
ren dunes of Cape Henry, aiid 
thereby activate the first mili- 
tary installation of Fort Story. 

From its fncepticMi, Fort 
Story .has continued to be ah 
Importairt link In the defrase 
of the East Coast. 

To commemorate its SOtti 
Anniversary, Fort Story will 
hcdd an op«i house for the 
general pMic on Saturday, 
from 10 ajn. to 3 p.m. Among 
the feirfures will be a display 
of tlM eq^ment and material 
used by the Transportation 
itsampUlrtoas operat- 
ions for logistical support, a 
simulated Nilce-Hercules 
missile, and an exhibit of the 
military equ^ment tested at 
Fort Story by the U. S. Army 
Goeral Equipment Test Activ- 
ity. 



Especially anpealing to die 
youngsters will be the rides of- 
fered on Uie LARC V's(Li|^ter 
AmiMdous Resun;>ly Cargo). 
Wi^ pass«igers atx)ard, the 
LARC V's will scurry over the 
sand dunes and glide into the 
Atlantic 

The massive LARC LX'swiU 
be on ejdiibU as w611, bne float- 
ing ofli^re and another avail- 
able fof' boarding aiKi inspection 
by the public Fort Story 
military personnel will be on 
haiMl to expUdn the functions of 
the equipment displayed and to 
answer questions. 

Ob March'lO, 1914. the Vir- 
ginia General Assembly ceded 
343.1 acres, located at Cape 
Henry In Princess Anne County, 



(rf Major General John Pattoi 

Story who died 25 March 1915. 
The fort, «1iich was to become 
one of the most heavily armed 
installations on the Atlantic 
coast, was ^ropriately named 
becuise Generat'Story was one 
of the most noted ccast 
artillerymen of his day. 

Besides being a former Chief 
of Artillery, he bad acquired 
prominence as the Chief of tiie 
Artillery School which was at 
Fort Monroe for many years 
and he had aliso made si^iiflcant 
coi^ibutions toward the devel- 
opment of range finding equip- 
ment and the science of gunnery. 

'^^fr^Aruary 1917, the 2nd 

and the 5tfa Coast ArtlUery 

•Companies established the 



to^lltt U. S, Government,-'n(p-™f;55?^JW4soBaH^rtS^ 
erect fortifications and for — -•" -' • ^- .-. 
other military purposes." 



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War Department General 
Order No. 31, dated July 1916, 
named this newly acquired tract 
of land. Fort Story, in hoiK>r 



under Colonel Daniel W. 
Ketcham, and Qie construction 
of the sixteen inch howitzer 
fortlflcaticxis was started. 



Hirougb 50 years, spanning 
two world wars, a great de- 



pression and the ever-occur- 
ring crises of our present age. 
Fort Story's mission has chang- 
ed accoj^Ungly. It has been. In 
turn, a coastal artillery strong- 
hold; it helped utilize some of. 
the overabundant work force of 
the '30's in CCC and other 
governmental projects; it has 
often been a training c^p, aiKl 
it was the site of a convalescent 
hospital for returning veterans 
of World War 11. 

Colonial America was born 
at Fort Story. Too, history 
reveals that a company of Eng- 
lish Colonists, under the 
leadership of Captain 
Christofriier Newport, embark- 
ed in three small shii» from 
Lonton, England, in December 
1606 to re-establish a colony 
in toe New World. ~~ 



These three ships. Godspeed, 
Discovery and Susan Constant, 
were buffeted l>y a severe storm 
for several days before sitt- 
ing land on Sunday, 28 April 
1607. Some of the pioneers 






ay Saturday 



came ashore and took possess- 
ion of the land for God and toe 
Kin||. Three days later, toey 
returned to set up a cross in 
memory of toe event and nam- 
ed toe point "Cape Henry" 
in honor of Prince Henry, toe 
eld^ son of King James I. 

Historians generally agree 
QuU toere was a continuous 
small settlement at Cape Henry. 
lUs contingent operated toe 
lookout point for vessels ap- 
proaching toe colony,, eitoer 
friendly shii» from EngIaiKl,or 
etieniy ships of toe Spaidsh 
fleet. Over toree hundred and 
fifty years ago, toe need for 
an installation at Cape Henry 
for toe protection of the land 
and Its people was recognized. 
Today, Fort Story fllls that 
-need-Wa lookoutfoint 



East Coast. 

ft Is a part of and plays a 
significant role in toe mission 
of toe U. S. Army Transportat- 
ion Corps.' The Transportation 
Corps is responsible for the 



movement of troops and cargo 
from CONUS ports to armies 
in toe field. 

The desolate stretches of 
beach, the sand dunes, toe ever- 
changing surf, and the natural 
bivouac areas of Fort Story 
provide the ideal terrain for 
training units in these amphib- 
ious operations and for the con- 
ducting of "LOTS" (Logistics 
Over the Shore) exercises. 

in addition to its primary 
mission, each summer Fort 
Story is host instructor of am- 
phibious operations for theU.S. 
Army Reserve Units and toe 
Reserve Officers Training 
Corps Cadets. It also gives 
logistical suRwrt to the units 
of the Virginia National Guard 
during the summer training at 
letoni ' — 

The U. S. Army General 
Equipment Test Activity main- 
tains a testing unit at Fort 
Story. Many items of equip- 
ment now in use in amphibious 
operations throughout toe world 



w«re given toe saod mobility 
test <m courses laid out (m toe 
sandy areas of Fort Story. 

* ailps are often unloaded vp 
to two miles off shore and 
cargo is tranqiorted qp to five 
miles inland ttom toe ^re- 
line wltooat any intermediate 
transfer polnft. Since toe devd- 
opment of atomic we^xms, 
beadi dlsdarge operations of 
this save are deemed neces- 
sary as toe availability of com- 
mercial port ftidllties cannot 
l>e relied upon and a concentrat- 
ion of cargo discharge activit- 
ies cannot be risked. 

Otoer agracies located at 
Fort Story are an Air-defense 
Artillery NIKE-Hercules Bat- 
tery, a Navy Harbor Entruce 
Control Base, a Navy Acoustic 
and Presiwr^ Check Rangg_ 
Division, a Crast Guard De- 
tachment which grates toe 
llf^tooose, a Department of 
Commerce Weather Station, 
and toe Department of Interior 
which administers the Cape 
Henry Memorial. 




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Bml Jacobs 
^i Seminar 

E«l Jncobs, Virginia Beach 
dlttitooid manager for Flnan- 
<4jMI Proframs, Inc., spmA four 
■ dieirs In Aspen, Col, attending 
an advanced nuanagement sem- 
loaf . 

He met in Aspen with 11 other 
divisional managers selected 
ftom among 100 in tte company. 
Tliey were guests of the mutual 
* fHuA company's president. The- 
ntis J. Hei^bert. 



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Thursday, February 23, 1967 



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"Oklahoma'' to Provide 
College Scholarships 



DISCUSSING THE SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION ARE, LEFT 
TO RIGHT; J. W. LITTLETON, PRINCIPAL OF PRINCESS 
ANNE HIGH SCHOOL; MRS. FRANCES HUDGINS, P. A. DIRECT- 
OR OF GUIDANCE; AND WILLIAM H. BROWN, CHAIRMAN OF 
THE VIRGINIA BEACH ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE. 

Goodman-Segar-Hogan 
Gets New Franchise 



William E.CopelandwlUhead 
the new Goodman-Segar-Hogan 
franchise office of Mackle -built 
communities of Deltona and 
Marco Island at 3259 Virginia 
Beach Blvd. 

• X^PHSriasTSmerly sales 
manager for the company's Lit- 



WILLIAMSBURG'S 

WEDGEWOOD 

DINNER THEATRE 



tie Creek Road branch office. 
With the addition ol Good- 
man-Segar-Hogan, the Mackle 
brothers , long-time leaders in 
Florida home-building and dev- 
elopment, now have, a sales net- 
work of some 65 branch offices 
and franchised dealers in key 
northern cities and in Western 
Europe, the Far East and Latin 
America. 

Located midway between Day- 
tona Beach and Orlando, Deltona 
was launched in November, 1962 
on 15,000 acres. The Mackle- 
built homes offered by Good- 
man-Segar-Hogan range in 
, nrlce from $8,790 to $20.500, 



The Virginia Beach Rotary 
Club will present "Oklahoma" 
at the Dome April 21, 22, 23, 
28 and 29 for the benefit of its 
scholarship program. 

The productiQn will be' pre- 
sented by the Virginia Beach 
Civic Chorus. 

Applications are now being 
taken for the three $1^000 
scholarships which will be a- 
warded this year. Requirements 
are: (a) Student must be a 
graduating senior of a local 
high school, (b)must toe a bona 
fide resident of Vlrgiiiia Beach, 
(c) his or her scholastic aver- 
age must be at least that of 
the high school's qollege re- 
commending score, and(d)Uie 
student must furnish an appli- 
cation as set forth below: 

Applications are to be typed 
on plain paper and provide the 
following information: Student 

following information;Student's 
full name, 2. student's address, 
3, date and place of birth, 4. 
length of time lived in Virginia 
Beach, 5. father's name and 
occupation, 6. high schools at- 
tended (dates) , 7. graduation 
date, 8. number in class, 9. 



rank in class, 10. scholastic 
average. 

II. School's college recom- 
mending score, 12. extracur- 
ricular activities, indicating 
year, 13. honors and awards, 
14. offices held, 15. out-of- 
school activitie's, 16. positions 
held in gainful employment, 
periods of employment, average 
time employed each week, earn- 
ings, savings, etc., 17. any ad- 
ditional data to show general 
worthiness. - 

18. State your plans for en- 
rollment in an accredited col- 
lege. 19. State what other appU- 
cations you have made for 
scholarship aid. 20. Have you 
been granted scholarship aid? 
If so, give details. 21. Have you 
reason to expect scholarship 
aid from any other source? if 
so, give" details. 22. Number 
of other children in family. 

AppUcations must be accom- 
panied by a recent photograph 
(not a snapshot) of the appli- 
cant, and a handwritten state' 
ment by the applicant setting 



forth bis or her plans and ob- 
jectives for further education. 
Submission of the photogrt^di 
will constitute i^rnlission to 
publish th& same if the appli- 
cant is awarded a scholarship. 
Applications must be signed by^ 
the student and a parent or 
guardian. 

THey must be postmarked not 
later than March 23, and should 
be mailed to: Rotary Scholar- 
ships, c/o William H. Brown, 
P. 0. Box 2126, Virginia Be»ch, 
Va., 23452. 

Kellam Makes 
Dean's List 

Harold Blanton KeUam, Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. 
Kellam, Sr., of 214 71st Street, 
has t>een named to the First 
Dean's List atHampden-Sydney 
College for the fall semester. 

The First Dean's List is 
based on a grade point ratio 
of 2.5 with no grade below B. 
A total of 60 men were named 
Dean's List Students for the 
first semester. 




PAUL AND CLAUDINE IDDINGS HAVE TROUBLE COMMITT- 
ING SUICroE IN A TOO SMALL OVEN AS THE COMEDY "THE 
OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT" E5 EXTENDED FOR ONE WEEK 
AT WEDGEWOOD DINNER THEATRE. THE BILL MANOFF 
FARCE WILL NOW PLAY THROUGH MARCH 4. 



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and the 
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and ease the impact of fuel oil bills. 

It works like this: instead of laying out larger 
anwunts of cash in a few payments, the Mobil Heating 
Oil Budget Plan lets you spread fuel costs over 10 
easy, equal payments. 

This way, you can budget better and plan abead. 

The beauty part is that you pay no service charge. 

Call us. We can tell you about other dollar-saving 
Mobil Heating Oil plans. 

Our Mobil Heating Oil men are wonderful misers 
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TKiddie time EVERY SATURDAY 9:15 AM to 12:30 PM 

3 Hrs. 15 Min. of Stage Fun-Cartoons-Feature 

it's JERRY LEWIS, a mixed up Astro-nut in 

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Peter Se^ers Victor Mature 

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Wedgewood Dinner Theatre 
announced today that its current . 
smash hit comedy, "The' Owl 
and the Pussycat" will be ex- 
tended for one week. 

Originally scheduled to close 
on Feb. 25, the Bill Manoff play 
win now continue through March 
4. The extention'was made nec- 
essary by the fact that thesbt>lv 
is drawing extremely large 
crowds and many jr^ular 
patrons of the theatre might not 
be able to 9blain tickets. 

'The production stars Paul 
and Claudine Iddings in the 
roles of the ineffectual 
intellectual and the garrulous 
girl from next door who in- 



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vades his apartment, his life, 
and even his projected death. 
This is the first showing in 
Virginia of the popular i^ece 
which ran for over a year on 
Broadlray aod made stars of 
Alan Alda and Diane Sands. 

''The Owl and' the Pussycat" 
is directed by Frank Staroba, 
with setting by Betty Oliver, 
lighting the Stephen Osbrach 
and costumes by Arden Staroba 
and Carolee Silcox. 

Wedgewood Dinner Theatre 
plays Wednesday throughSatur- 
day during die winter months 
with buffet beginning at 7:00 
and the play at 8:30. For reser- 



vations and infbrmation, phone 
Toano 564-3236 or write P.O. 
Box 242, Williamsburg. 



>> * LEGAL NOTICES 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the lOtfa 
day of February, 1967. 
Albert E. Harold, Sr. 
Plaintiff, 

Minister to Help IdaM.Harold. Defendant. 

ORDER Of PUBLICATION 
_ , ^, , The oWld Of this suit is fbr 

Develop Church the saldTpUlatlfl to obtain a 

divorce A Vtncuto Matrimonii 
upon the grooads of desertion 
from the defendant. 



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This week's issuftof the 
Virginia Beach Sun may 
carry a reward for you and 
nine other Virginia Beach 
people. 

Your name may be one of 
10 scattered at random 
throu^iioiut Uie news and 
advertisfng columns of the 
paper in the Sun's Find 
Your Name Contest. 

If .you find your name, 
stop by the Virginia Beach 
Sun office at 3108 Pacific 
Avenue, identify yourself, 
and you will receive two 



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firee possM to TldtvatM-'S < 
newest and most modem; 
movie house, the CINEMA, 
located in Jsoaf Shopping ! 
Center at tte corner of; 
Virginia Beach Blvd. and ] 
Military Highway. 

Remember , the names 
will be scatterei through- 
out ttM paper. Look fori 
yours this wedc audio sub- 
sequent weeks. And visit ; 
the Cinema, Nov'shovtog.'; 
"Fistful of Dollars" s&r- ; 
ing Clint Eastwood (Tbe|£ 
Man With No Name) 



Rev. Henry H. Murray from 
the General Board of Missions 
of the Methodist church is work- 
for three months with the Rev. 
W. G. Winton, pastor, of St. 
Andrew's Methodist Church in 
Kempsville. 

The church, presently meet- 
ing in Kempsville Intermediate 
School, is the youngest Method- 
ist church of the Norfolk Dis- 
trict. 

Rev. Murray is a member of 
tlw Department of New Church 
Development of the National 
Board of Missions'. He luis had 
several years experience in 
starting new churches. 

St. Andrew's has Sunday Sch- 
ool at 9:45 a.m. each Sunday 
and morning worship at 11 a.m. 
Visitors are welcome. 



Find Your Name Contest Win- 
ner: Jos^ E.Cross, 708 Bowl- 
ing Green Ct. you have Just won 
two free tickets to the Janaf 
Cinema. Now showing, "Fist- 
ful of Dollars" starring Clint 
Eastwood (The Man with No 
Name) 



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And an affidavit having been 
made and filed Qtat the defend- 
ant is a resident of the State 
of Virginia, but that due diU- 
ieace has been used by or in 
behftlf of tte compialnant to 
fiod in which county or corp- 
oration the def eodut is without 
effect, tte last know post office 
address bdng: 1226 Wllleox 
Avenue, Portsmoutti, Virginia. 
It is ordered that she do appear 
hare witlUa 10 (teil)^ye lAer 
line pibUcati» hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her Interest in this suit. 
A Copy - Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS KEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Fine, Fine, Legum & 
Fine, Attys. pu|. 
720 Uw Building, 
Norfolk, Virilaia 23510 

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COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In the Cleric's Office of tbe 
Circuit Court of tbe City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 15th 
day of F^ruary, 1967. 
Betty Therraa Leo Bush, 

Plaintiff, 
against 

Joseph Lewis Bush, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OFPUBLICATION 
Ttie obiect of this suit is 
for the add pUdotiff to obtain 
a divorce from the bond of 
matrimony from the said de- 
defeodant, upon the grounds of 
desertlw for more than one 
year. 

And an affklavit having been 
made and filed that tiie d^end^ 
ant is not a resident of theState 
of Virginia, the lastknowhpost 
office address being: c/o Joseph 
AnUiony Bush, 613 Griffith 
Street, Mount Washington Sect- 
i(Hi, Pittsburgh, Pomsylvinla. 
It is ordered that he do ^ipear 
here'^thin 10 (t«)).da)« alter 
due publication hereof, and do 
wtat oiay be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A Copy -Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLB NEWMAN, D.C. 
Messrs. Smith & Power, Atty. 
409 Kresge Bldg., 
Norfolk, Vlrgioia 

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li^0Ai NOTlCEi * LEGAL NOTiCES * LEGAL NOTICES 



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NOTICS OFfllBLie REARING 

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Tbt Vlrgiala Bea<& ZogngV 
BMtfgotAnwaUi: fdU (KKDduQt 
a PiJMto HwrU^; on Mbodsijf, 
Uarcb 6, 1967,;Bt 8 ^.M. in 
ibiB Mooldittl Court, City HaU, 
VirgliiU Beach, Virginia. The 
foHoviag applicdions will ap- 
pear ob lbs agenda. 

\ Dmads S^West requests 
a trartfeMe of • feet frc»B re- 
(pilrfld 9 feet side setback to 
feet on L5t 5, Block 7, Ara- 
gona Village, 760 Aragona Blvd. 
Baystde Borough. 
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n. Joitt p. and George K. 
Parktr |r«IiiMt a variance of 
U feet from required 70 feet 
to 52 feet on front setback on 
a pareal East of Firat Colonial 
Sold tMtween Toll Road, fiout? 
44, and Old Vl^pgiBia Beach 
RoMd. Lynnhaven fiorotagh. 

m. J. It Dennis* requests a 
variance ci^i leet from a re- 
qnlrM 30 leet to 23 feet on 
tndt |trd set back of lot 27 
Idock 2, section 6, Old Forge 
Road, Windsor Woods, Lynn- 
tevao Bofoogii. 

ALL APPUCANTS MUST AP- 
PEAR BEFORE THE BOARD. 

Lojrd D. Saunders 
Secretuy 

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COIOIONWEALTHof VIRGINU 
In ttie Clerk's Office of the 
Circdt Court of the City of 
Virgiaia Beadi, on the 6th day 
of Fabraary, 1967. 
Naoqr E. Gainay, Plalntift, 
againct 
Dmald Robert Galney, 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
llM ob)ad of Ms suit is for 
tta aaid plaiotifl to obtain a 
dlvore* a meosa et thoro from 
tlie aaid defendant, t^on the 
groandB of coostroctive desert- 
ion. 

. And an affidavit Iwrlag been 
made and filed ttat the dtf and- 
adi ia not a resident of the 
State of Vlrglala, dm last |no«n 
post office addresa being: 8^9 
BarBant St., Apartment 9, San 
Olagqi, CaUftimU 9212S. It is 
ordered fiialN dp appsac hpre 
iMdn :llh<dM dqra aftet.due . 
prtdleaUon banQ(,anddo nbat 
may be neoaaaary to prt>toct 
Ua Interest la tUs salt. 
A Copy-Teate: 

JOHN V« FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PRTLLB MEWIIAN, D.C. 
lleaan. Doomat, Pincus, An- 
derson A Kni^d, Attys. 
SalteSSOLawBldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 2SS10 

2 16 4T 

COIiM(»(WEALTgj)f¥iRGUaA 
In the ClnVa Office of die 

Cirooit Coort of the City of 

Virgiaia Beach, on the 6th day 

of Febnary, 1967. 

Ri^mrd Brace Heller, 
Plalatifl, 



against 

Af lene B. Notestlne, ^ 
Defendant. " > 

ORDER OF PlffiLICATION 
,. The object of fids suit is to 
obtain a (Uvorce a vinculo tpat- 
rtmonii from die said defend- 
and upon the grounds of desert- 
ion and cruelty >)r ibqre ^lan 
(me year next preceeding the 
bstitutiont)f this suit. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of, the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office a^k]ressbeii%:Rout^ 
2, Box 134, Tiffin, Ohio 44883. 
It is ordered that she do appear 
here witl^ ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A Coi^-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTB FRUIT, D.C. 
Messrs. Taylor, Gustin Harris 
Fears & Davis, Attys. 
Maritime Tower ^ 

Norfolk, Virginia 

2 16.4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINU 
In the Clerk's Office of die 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 7th day 
of February, 1967. 
Clara Carter Pond, Plaintiff, 
against 

John E. P(md, Defendant, 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION' 
The object of this suit Is for 
the sai^^^I^tiff .to obtain a 
divorce a menha et thoro which 
in due course may be merged 
into a divorced vinculo matri- 
monii from me said defendant 
upon the grounds of desertion 
and cruelty with reasonable ap- 
prehension of bodily harm. 



Elaine Valerie Hdler, 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Tbe <d>)eet of this suit is for 
the nk plaiBtlfr to obtain a 
decree of divorce fk-om die said 
dafnbid, npon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having bem 
nnde and filed tl»t the defend- 
ant ii not a rasldeot of tkeState 
of Virginia, the U^ known post 
office address beliig: 1027 Nep- 
tnae Driye. Chute Vista, Calif- 
oitda. It Is ordered that she 
da afpear tore wi^n 10 (ten) 
dqrs ttflir dBepid>licati<»i here- 
of^ and do what Bi^ be neces- 
sary to protect her interest in 
lldssntt. , 
A Copf - Teste: 
JOBN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLB NEWMAN, D.C 
Mr. AUmi J. Gordon* Atty. 
4211 E.Indlaa River Ro«l i 
Chesapeake, Va. 23519 

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COMMONWEALTH of VIRGIMIA 
III the Qlark'a Office of the 
Cireolt Coort ol the City of 
Vtrftadfr Beatfe, en the 3rd day 
of twbmuff I9t)ip 
Richard 4k Notastlae, 



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And an affidavit having been 
nude and filed tint the defend- 
aitf is not a resident of die 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: U.S. 
N. VR. 8 N.A.S., Moff^ Field, 
California. 

It is ordered that he do ap- 
pear here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in diis 
suit. 

A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Michael B. Wagenheim, Atty 
1010 Virginia National Bank 
Bldg. 
Norfolk. VirgiiMa 

/^ t-. 2 164T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of die 
Cif%uit Court of Uie City of 
Virginia Beach on the SOi day 
of February, 1967. 
Prestm Alfred Holmes, an in- 
fant under the age of twenty- 
one years vdw sues by his mot- 
her, Betty Alice Holmes, as 
Next Friend, Plalntift, 
against 

Terry A. Holmes, an infant, 
etc., Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of ttds suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro to 
be later merged into a decree 
(d divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from die said defendai^, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed diat die defend- 
aod is not a residmt of the 
SUte of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 1321 
Cherryvale Drive, Sumter, So- 
uth Carolina. 
It is ordered that she do ap- 

2 IX here widiin 10 (ten) days 
er diMputdicaticm hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
protect her iiderest in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D,C. 
Constantine A, Spanoulis, Atty. 
Theodore A. Boyce, Atty. 
105 North Plaxa Trail, 
Va. BMch, Va. 

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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON 

THE 1st DAY OF FEBRUARY, 

1967. 

IN CHANCERY 
Docket No. I0809-A 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 

amanidpai (»rporatioo, 

Omplainant 

vs 

JA*MES T. COSTON, 

Deceased, a/k/a 

James T. Costen, et al., 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Th^cb ject of the above styled 
adt ia to sell, free and deer 
(tf all liens and encunriDranc^, 
tor die satts^tion of tiM liras 
tberecm, Oitm cerbda lots, tr- 
acts or parcels of land, sit- 
uated in die City of Virginia 
^»h, Virginia, and, boontod 
nd das»1b«i aa loHovn: 

ALL ttosib iwo eertaia U^ 
or pare^ of la^HodUed hi 
die City of Virgioli BoMI<fiir- 
merly to Prl^eaaAme&Mnty, 
Vizglii^, known, umbered ud 
dMigaatad as hots numbers 
ftvty-^^ (46) and sicty-two 
(6^, on die plat oi die iwo- 



perty of CM. Hodgman, made 
by C F. Petrie, C. E., dated 
August 2, 1912, and duly record- 
ed In said Clerk's pfflce in 
Map Book 4, page 282; to which 
said plat reference is hereby 
made for a more particular 
descrlptloh of said lots. Said 
lots front 30 feet, more or less 
on die north side of Lake Street 
and extend north between paral- 
leLllnes to Little Creek Road, 
as shown on said plat. 

I It being a part of the same 
property conveyed to the gran- 
tor herein by deed recorded in 
the Clerk's Office of the City 
of Virginia Beach in Deed Book 
89 at page 140. 

All those four certain lots, 
pieces or parcels of land, kn- 
own, numbered and designated 
as Lots Nos. thirty-four (34), 
Uiirty-flve (35), seventy-five 
(75), and seventy-six (76) on the 
plat showing subdivision of the 
property owned by Charles M. 
Hodgman in Princess Anne Co- 
unty, Virginia, which plat was 
made by C. F. Petrie, Civil 
Engin^r, on the second day of 
August in the year 1912, and is 
duly recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia in Utfi Book 4 at page 
262, the said Jots hereby con- 
veyed being more particularly 
described as fbllows: beginning 
at die intersection of Little 
Creek Road and Pine St., as 
shown upon said plat, thence 
running in a southwesterly dir- 
ection along the west side of 
Pine St, a hundred and forty- 
five feet Jto a stob, thence con- 
tinuing a hundred dnd forty- 
five feet along eastern side of 
lot no. 76 herein conveyed a 
diii^tance of one hundred and 
forty-five feet to Lake Street, 
thence running along the north 
side of Lake Street in an east- 
erly direction a little nordi a 
distance of sixty feet to a stob, 
thence running north a little east 
a hundred and forty-fivf feet 
along die western side of Lot 
75 herein conveyed to a stob, 
dience continuing a hundred and 
forty-five feet along Uie western 
side of Lot 55, herein conveyed 
a hundred and forty-five feet 
to Little Creek Road, thence 
along south side of Little Creek 
Road sixty feet to point of be- 
ginning. 

It being the same property 
conveyed to James T. Costen 
by deed dated September 14, 
1916 of Charles M. Hodgman 
and Virginia M. Hodgman, his 
wife recorded in die Clei^k's 
Office of the Circuit Court of 
die City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia in Deed Book 99 at 
page 67. 

And it appearing from the 
averments of the BiU of Com- 
plaint ffied herein and by affi- 
davit duly ffied: 

FIRST: That diUgence has 
been used by and on behalf 
of the complainant to ascertain 
in what county or corporation 
the following defendants are, 
widiout effect, and dieir last 
known post office addresses, 
where known, are as foUows: 



Jdm Wesley Willis 
Address Unknown 

Earnest Walter WUUs 
Address Unknown 

Paul Terrence Willis 
Address Unknown 

James Phillip Morris 
5 Holborn Park 
DorctKster 21, Mass. 

Mary Lou Morris 
5 Holborn Par][ 
Dorchester, Mass. 

Robert Castoo WUUs 
225Sondi68UiSt. 
PhUadelphia 39, Pa. 

CoUroi Leroy WiUia, 
- Riverton, New Jersey 

SECOND: IliatdwsabI James 
T. Co^oa and other defendants 
in this suit may have died liv- 
ing heirs, devisees, perscmal 
rqiresentattvesy surviving con- 
sorts, or Uen creditors and if 
so, dMir names are unknown juid 
dffilr last known post office ad- 
dressy are unknown. That 
diere are or mi^t be persons 
other dian Uiose named to the 
BUI of Complaint interested in 
the real estate to be disposed 
of in this suit whose names and 
last known pwst office addresses 
are mdmown. 

It is, Oierefore, ORDERED 
that ttw above named persons, 
if living, and if dead, ^ir heirs, 
d^isees, lien cradftors and 
personal r^resentatlves,andif 
married, their respective o»- 
sorts, and all other person 
ot&ar Oafrdiose herein named, 
^1^ are or might be i^erested 
to tbe real estate to be di.<;- 
pQsed (tf in.Uils sui^ wh(»» 
mam are MioKnm, (to wmx 
wtt6in ton diays aite- ctaepub- 
Ueatiw of Ms dMtce'and do 
what Is ne^isary to {Mrc^ect 
dMr totoresU. S Is tartar 
dU)ERED dat ^ foregt^ 
p(krtloo of diis CMer be piii- 
liriied once a week tor fMr 
;roccesdve weete in tta Vir- 



LEGAL NOTICES * LEGAL NOTICES 

Messrs. Brydges, Broyies & 
McKenry, Attys. 
I3e9-Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2 9 4T 



ginia Beach Sun, a newspapdl 
published in die City of Vir- 
ginia Beac6, Virginia. 

i TESTE: 

^JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
I ASK FOR THIS.: . 
Stanley A. PhilUps, p.q. 
Assistant City Attorney 

2 9 4T 



PURSUANT to a decree entered 
in, the Circuit Court of die City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on the 13th day of- January, 
1967, in the suit of R. F. Filer, 
W. H. Miles and R. F. Filer, 
Jr., partners trading as Nor- 
folk Sash and Door Company, 
complainants, v. Robert L.Bar- 
rett and Frances K. Barrett, 
et als, defendants, therein pen- 
ding, I shall offer for sale at 
public auction, for cash, on 
Friday, March 3, 1967, at 12:00 
o'clock Noon, at the front steps 
of die Courthouse of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, at Prin- 
cess Anne Station, Virginia Be- 
ach, Virginia, the following pro- 
perty: 

ALL that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, with the bUUd- 
ings and Improvements thereon j 
and the appurtenances diereunto 
belonging, lying, situate and 
being in Lynnhaven Borough in 
the. City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and known, numbered and 
designated as Site number thir- 
teen (13) in Back Neck Cove, 
»s shown on a certain plat or 
survey enUtled "Subdivision of 
Martin's Acres, Lynnhaven Bo- 
rough, Virginia Beach, Virg- 
inia, dated August 26, 1963, 
and made by Frank D. Tarrall, 
Jr., 4 Associates, Surveyors 
and Engineers" which said plat 
is duly of record in the Clerk's 
Office of die Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Book 60, at page 
36; Reference to said plat is 
hereby made for a more part- 
icular description of said site. 

ALL of Uie above property sit- 
uate in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. This sale wiU 
be subject to Uie approval of 
the Court. 
BIDDER'S DEPOSIT: 10% 

Richard M. Smith 
Special Commissioner 



COMM ONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In die Clerk's. Office of die 
Circuit court of die City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 26di day 
of January, 1967. 
Carol Ann Osborne, PlahitUf, 
against 

Harvey Jack Osborne, Defend- 
and. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of diis suU is 
for tbe said plainUtf to obtain 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon the 
grounds of two years separat- 
ion. 

AfjA an affidavU having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last know post 
office address being: Harlan, 
Kentucky. 

It is ordered that he do ap- 
pear here within 10 (Ten) Days 
after due publlcatioi hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
protect his Interest in this suit. 
A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Alan S. M irman, Atty. p.q. 
One Main Plaza East, 
Norfolk, Va. 

2 2 4T 




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BUSINESS SERVICES M Artfck* For Sak 



Hi HPwe»-FB«tohe< 



1 cfrjtjjjj |hat Ui^ jjpnd r quired , 

in the above decree has beens 

duly given. , 

By:' J. Curtis Friiit, D.C 

Richard M. SmiUi. 

800 Va. Nat. Bank Bldg., 

Norfolk, Va., 23510 

2 9 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In die Clerk's POffice of die • 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on die 30th day 
of January, 1967. 
Minnie L. Belangia, Plaintiff, 
against 

John M. B elangia. Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of ibis suit is for 
Uie said plaintiff to obtain adiv- 
orce a vinculo. matrimonii from 
Uie said defendant, iqx)n die 
grounds Uiat the said parUes 
"Mve lived separate and apart 
from each other without any co- 
habltaUon and without Interrup- 
tion for a period in excess of 
two years. 

And an affidavit leaving been 
made and filed that die defend- 
ant is not a resident of theState 
of Virginia, Uie last known post 
office address being: 501-A Eh- 
rlnghouse Street, EUzabeUiClty 
Nortii Carolina. It Is ordered 
that he do appear here wittdn 
10 (Ten) Days after due public- 
atton hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his 
interest In this suit. 

A Cqpy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERJC 
By: PHYLLIS NEWMAN, D.C. 
Mr. Reuben E.Spandorfer,AttiL 
322 Uv Building, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

, 2 9 4T 



COM MONWE ALTH of VIRGINIA 
In U>e<:ierk's Office of ttie 
CircuU Court of Uie City of 
Virginia Beach, on Uie 27Ui 
day of January, 1967. 
Thelma Sloan Boetcher, 

Plaintiff, 
against 

Leonard Raymond Boetcher, 
Defendant, , 

ORDER OF BUBLICATiON 
The object of Uiis suit is for 
The said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii 
for Uie said defendant iqwn the 
grounds of desertion. And an 
affidavit havlqg been made and 
filed that the defendant is a 
non-resident of Uie State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: Rolling 
Acres, Route #4, Lot 16,Cham- 
bersburg. Pa. It is ordered that 
he do aK>ear here within 10 
(ten) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his Inter- 
est In this suit. 

AC(^y-Teste: .'5^-* 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTIS FRUIT, D.C. 
Mr. Garland M. Layton, Atty. 
P. 0. Box 5211 . 
Virginia B each, Virginia 

2 2 4T 

COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VffiGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 26Uj DAY OF JANUARY, 
1967. 

Minnie Bell Appleton, plalntUX 
against 

John Albert Aiq)leton, Jr., de- 
fendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of Uils suit is for 
Uie said plaintiff to Obtain a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from ttie said defendant, «^x)n 
the grounds of desertion and 
abandonment. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and ffied that Uie defendant 
is not a resident of Uie State of 
Virginia, Uie last known post 
office address being: 100 Sun- 
shine Lane, Reno, Nevada. It is 
ordered that he do a^^iear here 
within 10 (Ten) Days after due 
INibUcatlon hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest In this suit. 
A Copy-Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS., CLERK 
By: Phyllis Newman, D.C. 
Messrs. Owen i Guy, Attys. p.q. 
4565 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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NOTICE! 
Contractors 4 Home Builders - 
Let us help you with diat new 
home - additions - or repairs. 
We can fUrnlsh materials from 
basement to attic and aid you 
in financing. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 426-6221 
428-1688 
426-6937 



VACUUM CLEAJBERS - Hoov- 
er, Sales and service. Pranq)t 
efficient repairs. Pidc up and 
delivery. Phone 428-4282. Fuel 
Feed & Building Supplies, Inc. 

31 BuUding— Repalrliig 

f AINTQ4G wanted. SmaU jobs, 
interior or exterior. Call 4e&-7S86. 

82 PrcsmnaMng— Sewing 

Do sewing In my home. Child- 
ren's clotidng and draperies. 
Call 340-0036. 

EMPLOYMENT - 

41 Help Waated-Male 



We buy and sell everythtag - 
new aiid used ^rnlture, appli- 
ances and antiques. Cadi 499- 
0700. 



93 Houdwld Goods 



Virginia Beach - 2 furnished 
cottages for rent. No deposits. 
Utilities on. Service couple and 
small baby to each. $60. 2 
miles from base. Call 340- 
8329 after 4. 



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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

U l^ecial Nottcet 



COMMONWEALTH of VIRGINIA 
In Uie Clerk's Office, of Uie 
Circuit Court of Uie City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st day 
of Frtiruary, 1967 
Mary Jean SprulU, Plaintiff, 
against 

Edward J. SpruiU, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
(^itaio a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged into a 
decree of divorce a unculo 
matrimonii from the said de- 
fendant upon tte grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and ffied ftat the defend- 
ant Is a non-resident of theState 
of Virgin^}, the last known post 
office address being: 2980 Pied- 
mont Road, N, E. Atlanta, 
Georgia. It is ordered that Uie 
do ai^ear tere within ten (10) 
days after due ptd)Ucation here- 
of, and do what may be neces- 
ary to pit^ct his interest in 
ttlssttit. - 
A Coj^-T^te: 

JOHN v.. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. CURTIS. FRUrr, D.C. 



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I WiU do all kinds of CABINET, 
TILE & REPAIR work. Call 
428-3450. 

Saltwater reels. Rebuilt, re- 
paired, cleaned and oiled. Work- 
manship guaranteed. Wilson 
ReAl Service. 464-1776. 

REP Am WORK 

TRIM 

CABINET WORK 

428-3450 

WlU build to your plan or ours 
cm your lirf or on our lots at 
NOTTINGHAM ESTATES. If not 
ready to build now we have easy 
terms on the lots. Mr. DeHart 
'940-8591, 340-8311. 340-4971. 

Persomd OomuHante. Inc. op- 
erat«i an effloe to the Execottve 
. BoiMBg - Prims* Aaae Flna. 
AppHanaiajre ^nivBy 
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MEN -NO INVESTMENT 
WORK FULL OR PART TIME 
Steady Repeat Business. Sell 
Genuine 

KNAPP AEROTRED SHOES 

EARN TOP Coram, per pair 

plus bonus plus free Insur., 

benefits, instructions, training 

equipment, plus samples free. 

CALL OR WRITE: 

Richard Jones 

3468 BerUia Street 

^ Norfolk, Va. 

Tel. 855-1694 

42 Help W«nted-Mak oi Female 

MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

Typists 

Stenographers 
We have immediate aSsign - 
ments, many adjacent to Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired - work oii|te|if|m»nry 
. jobs when -omSSm^^^ovi. 
Phone now for liiteirviewandjpb 
assignment. 627-3661. 
Manpower, Inc. 
\ 733 Boush Street 

43 Posttkm Wanted— Female 

WiU \3aby sU in my home by 
the hour or whUe mother works. 
Eastern Park Area. Call 486- 
2734. 

E^terienced typist wants sev- 
eral hours work per week at 
home or her present office. 
Can also furnish desk at office 
and telephone answering ser- 
vice. Call Days 428-7574, Ni- 
ghts 428-09n. 

44 Ptwittoa Waated-Male 

Man, 49, retired military. De- 
sires to learn motel business. 
Seeks position as desk clerk. 
Many years experience in pub- 
lic relations and office admin- 
istration. Bondable. Call 340- 
5868. 

SO Baainess OnwrtonlUet 

I AM IN SEARCH OF a par- 
ticular type of person who is 
Interested In earning a sub- 
stantial extra income in in- 
'dq>endent cosmetic business. 
Full or part time. No previous 
sales experience necessary. 
Call 464-23 30 for interview. 

MERCHANDISE 

M Articles For Sale 

Electric range - 40 Inches. $25. 
Hot water heater. $20. Call 
428-0456. 

USED ENCYCLOPEDIA 
Reasonable - like new. Call 
340-3441. Mr. Allen. 

Singer Sewing Machine. Nice 
cabinet. Zig-Zags, buttonholes, 
etc. Can be purchased by fin- 
ishing 5 payments of $8.24 or 
pay balance of $41.20. Guarantee 
Is still good. Can be seen and 
tried out locally. Write Service 
Dept Home Office,- Box 241, 
Ashi^ro, N. C 

SPOTS before your eyes on your 
new carpet - remove them with 
Blue- Lustre. Rent electric 
shampooer $1. Fuel, Feed & 
Bld^ Stq^ly. i9tli & Pacffic 
Avenue, 428-4222. 



SPRING PLANTING TDIE: 
Write for Free Copy Planting 
Guide - Catalog in color. Offer- 
ed by Virginia's largest grow- 
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ber¥^ plants, grape vines and 
landscaping plant material. 
Sales petqile wanted. WAYNES- 
BORO NURSERIES, Waynes- 
boro, Virginia 22980. 

RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

109 Apts. Fun. — Unfurn. 

ONE BEDROOM fumL^ed apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call ^-6666 ^r 428- 
2724. 

110 Apartments Unfnm. 

Duplex - Also second floor 
apartment. Both 2 bedrooms, 
oil heat. Year round rental. 
Electric range and refrigerator 
furnished. Virginia Beach Bor- 
ough. Call 428-1940 or 428- 
3113. 

111 Apartmenta Furnished 

-I ' 

Virginia Beach - 705 26th Street 
Nicely furnlsted 1 bedroom 
apartment. Good storage space. 
Large yard and trees. Owner - 
428-2256. ^^_____ 

Furnished 2 bedroom apart- 
ment. $65 montiily. Water fur- 
nished. Call 428-5234. 

For rent - Furnished 1 and 2 
room efficiencies. Direct route 
to Oceana and Dam Neck. $60 
-65 monUily plus utilUes. 428- 
9701 or 428-8050. 



2 bedrooms. Central heating. 
Comfortable. Conveniently lo- 
cated. Reasonable. Call owner. 
428-7827 or 428-4960. 

1 and 2 bedroom cottages. Call 
428-2701. 



USA Homcf— Unftamialied 



Woodhurst - 3 bedrooms, living 
room, fireplace, dining room, 
built in kitchen, den and attach- 
ed garage. $140 monthly. 340- 
8193. _______ 

London Bridge. 2 bedrooms 
wiO» stoVe and refrigerator. $75 
per month. Mr. DeHart. 340- 
8581, MO-4971. 34fr6911. 

116 Business Places Far Roit 



Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street. EfDdcaicy 
i^rtments. ASL utsHties fum-. 
iahed. Also, 4-room £^>artment 
and furnished, rooms. BkKk, 
from Bus Station. By week or 
mmflh. 

HLxmMASLDiuoiBtar' 

am Pacific Aveeme 

Bacbdors or coiqdes. Completely, 
funBGhed in luxury decor. All 
uDUaes. M kitchen and dining 
ana. Ready for living — just 
1h^ youf suitcase. Come see for 
yotmself. Call 426-6114 or 4a6«n. 

1 bedroom, livtag room, kitdira, 
balh. Convenient to dhopf^, 
churdies, laundromat. Very rea- 
sonable ye^ly rmtal. Paciffic 
Avenuo. Call owoeT. 428-S016 or 
4284143. 

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1 bedroom, living room, kitdien. 
bath and large walk-in closet. 
Centrally located 4 blocfe from 
beedi. Reasofnable rentd. Com> 
stable. Call 428-4B60. 



3707 Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
OffiGe and retEol store ^pace 
available. Brand new. beau^. 
two st<n7 elevated btuldhig. 
Ideally located between Pem- 
broke Square and Princess 
Anne Plaza. Call Byler Redty, 
S4fr60ei or 3«^2806. 

117 Wanted To Rent 

March 15tii - year round. Large 
bouse capable of sleeping 10 
persons. Minimum 2 baths. To 
be in walking distance oi At- 
lantic Avenue and 16th Street. 
Write Box 1645 j Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia. 

REAL ESTATE POR SALE 
124 Houses For Sale 

Large home - heart of Virginia 
Beach Borough. 4 bedrooms, 
2 baths, many extras. Walk to 
churches, schools, shopping and 
ocean. Owner will help finance. 
$19,950. Call 428-2476. 

44th Street (Ralleigh Drive). 
.5 3/4% mortgage. 3 bedrooms, 
screened porch. Last offer di- ' 
feet. 428-3544. 

128 Real kstate Wanted 

Wanted-House InAragona/Bay- 
side/Chesapeake Beach Area. 
$70.00 per month or less. Small 
Down. Assume loan. Needed 
June 1st. No realtors. Write 
Box 143, Virginia Beach Sun. 
In Vietnam. Expect delay. 



Maury Riganio 
Auction Company 



2 bedrooms. Yearly rental. 311 
33rd Street. Call 428-3680. 

SHARE with working girl. Lux- 
uriously furnished carpeted ap- 
artment. Beach area. Call 425- 
6189. 

Large living room with fire- 
place. Shower & tab bath. All 
electric kitchen. Plwty of dr- 
awer and closet space. Base- 
board heat and water Included. 
Call 428-4236. 

New 1 and 2 bedro(Hns. Rates 
mmttaly, winter or yearly. Also 
rooms. Convenientiy located toe, 
trapping, buses and so forth, to 
tiiebeait of the beedi. C^ 43S- 
©13. 



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