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JUL 3 1963 

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VIRGIMA BEACH SUN -NEWS 



PUBU»4ED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 




VOL. xxxvi m. 51 



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TfcLK»HONE GA 8.2401 



VIRGlNfA BBAtH, VIKSfNIA, TUBDAY, JUIY 2, 1963 



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TOLLS WITHIN CITY 
TO BE DROPPED 

thi'C^m^»y(e n^ Potomac T^ephom Co.U l>o«rd o! <lirecton 
ijiclute • imtkm for tlM Vii^nia B»«h «»;bajig« to te UMd in 
tiimizuttini UMb within the city and to Portnnouth. 

it. F. Ihtirkk, nMiri^pr- of the Vli^nla ^»A area for the C&P. 
1^1e^]M Co., said M^a^ ttitt 



el t statewide |10,«W,725 ap- 
proptolion, $119^0 «tfi to uMd 
f (V ^B^il offlee eto^i^ ibr 
Vir^nia Oeadi. 

Si^ 1,4^ Ub^i and 1000 
temliMls wiU be MM&i to tl» 
pnMnt dial equipmoA, to sakl, 
i| teht care of airtk^iptt^ ftitaii 
tA«^NMM f^wth airf expttidtd 
facilities for preamt cusumiera 
#U1 yao be proved. 

'*nito vorii k nec^^y for the 
Uftii^ of toUi <)etvra«i Vlrj^a 
ButiA Md Ptt^Mutti and that 
peilMo o! tte dty tiuA km f onn- 
eiiy ftlafieas Anne Oouarty," Pa- 
tikknU. 

July 1 taitiM Ma 

Ife i^ed that the wnt la eX' 
pa(AMl to Im c<unpl^^ 1^ July 1 
<d next yeur. 

TMs k ttie aeemd bfxM tiie 
^ haa faeei^ tering the pa^t 
VMk in T^ev'mi Vm t^phoiK 

Kai iiiil Lmw Off ttM PnnBass 



nance to %e If the a<MitionaI 
Unas would r^e^e the confe»- 
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Nia lewar part el Vtr^la 
aiNiauffieid hel weak 
na '. pwMnaa to WKt nw 
inaa af CHy Hall far 
fha Schaal AAninli^aHon 
•vIMbii. 

Oveiteaded linei at Ctty um 
tew bm& eaurii^ ^^tt(^da and 
#t tm«A fuMIc qutte a few 
ttaa4aches fof tl^ paiA tew 
mMl^ Cfcne ^-toee line ii». 

JmUKPy I mSt 9b cacww coo- 
ikSMb^ inaikt^te in handUitf 
the ittm sxtoaa baffle to «u[ 
i^M tfM govaffliBttiUd ^Kicet. 
SCnaal Unea Haaviasr 

iM^ ^ted that Ite School 
.^taiiid^itAion Building nw tp- 
pB«a% reeling tiie iKsvlart 
traf^. Ha fetf ptoo^ an &e6eac 
wHl) Omi Cid^. Telephone Co. f(H- 
the t«9 tiMitioRal Unea. 

M a iH^ing last moatt City 
Owi^ IttAruct^ City Attorney 
Gaori^ ViitoM to look into tbe 
Ukt^^m itoation, find out wtoat 
aakrt^n &aiM be iwchad and 
diaw tip aa ordiiffiloe to that ef-' 
feet. 

Hw wmiMWGe&ieata I^ both 
t^lflu^ie oo^^nies csdm in the 
wrta of ooundl'a ac^m; airi at a 
ie(»nd ouatli^ laA w«ek council 
dedd^ to h^ off on tl^ ordi- 



Drtdgt Line 
Section Will 
Offer Infe 



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in the 



VmGmiA BEAOH— A 
Oi ^ed^ f»pe, InMalled 
J^ndoa 0(BiHniaaion's punping 
Una l^riay, win provide engj- 
naan wtth valuaUe informaticm 
In tiapnmag the (^ndarda and 
gui^ d diec^ pipes. 

t^e pipe aectum exte»lb ¥^ 
from the litfeneotion of 4lh St. 
tod F^idfic Ave. and waa in- 
iriMed under the dii«ctlon af Uie 
iUmco Seel Corporati<»i''a/, Re- 
Muut^ (^irter. 

Larry J. Dwl^ins, reiearch ^• 
gineer witti Armco. «Ud that tiie 
f^pe ae(^on in<ted^ im gn^ 
of steel {vodui^d witii three dif- 
tttrent beat tre^m«Drts. T^te wiU 
be run on the basi <^ their po-- 
fohnaw^, te mUi. 

"We ^^ to Int^pato th^e 
field ^ts wtth lA^^ry toiAs 
M a n^ans of hi^v^t^ cNir 
product," Dwi^ba iaid. 

Armco, with offices in Middte- 
lown. Ohio, is the nalion't leadii« 
namit^ebuw ol dredge p^. 

Dwig^ns, who will to ta^^ 
periodte t^ to Vir|^a ^i^ 
to connMit Mamt^m <m te 
pipe's perfora^^e, azpfeswd 
l^^da to tta Vk^m fiMCb 

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Plaza League 
Helps Children 

■PLAZA— "Ptease hdp us help 
you" faid Un. Iliafama I^iel of 
the Pilnceis A«m Plaia Civic 
I«8pie, spiking in favcn* of the 
drive to amm^ bus tran^Kn-ta- 
tton for the youngsters attending 
Ai^rviaed r^aeatira at Plau 
Elementary Schod. 

"At Uie last ranting" she said, 
"We l«m^ that the Qementary 
ScIu>ol would offer recn^on fa- 
cility to our )^ungstera ft%e of 
charge. There wUl be i^ults «i- 
perviang the children on Ito 
playgi^Mi aiKl insiite the sdKxd 
for botti actira and quiet play. 
The school, htwever, could not 
arrant tzan^ortation for the 
yMugston." 

Pli^ .Xaementary School is 
M»out tiiiree mite timi mnceas 
Anne Raza. In (MPder <far diildrm 
to attend during the nxxftto of 
Jupe tiu^n^ Attfu^ <lroai tO:00 
a.m. to 5:00 p.A. each w«^ <by) 
ttiey wouW lurve to watt or ride 
ttoir WsM on heavl^ toaraled 
ata^Mls. Ilia Civ^ Lei^^ in an 
«^t to. mlitt^^:^* tf^lWi. 
invM^pMt ibt'tfAmM k 
mtUn^ bus tma^osU^an imdl- 
^Ide to tto youngMsss. 

ft was kanwd thiA ngular 
school buses' <kmA] not to used 
<buii% the wmasm, howe^ tto 
Vh^nia Beadi Tran^ Company 
would contfiuH; to pick up and 
dc^ver tto chikb^m in tto nrom* 
ing and evenly. ' 
Sa«aBii»AcHv» 

"We wmt Uie children to to 
safe iMit »:tive this summer," 
said Mn. OanW, "We have no 
playground in the Plffita and if tto 
f»reirts drive tiie children <a 
drive 'vrtuch amounts to 60 miles 
per week) in car poohi and re- 
ceive payment to covo: co^ of 
I^UKdine, ttoy nmsi cMsin a 
Chauff^^' Ucense (Virginia Stsrte 
Uw)." 

Mrs. Danid wei* on to ny 
that the Civic League is givii^ 
tto parent a cha!M% to send ttoir 
<diildren to tto reop^ttlon fa^li- 
ties safely, at a price far len tton 
tto aai of tto needed gs»oliiw 
for privt^ transpoxtirtiim, ani at 
no inamvanto^ to tto {HOe^. 
A regidar bus fouto will to estab- 
lished end no <Md would have 
to walk more tton 2 «r 3 blocks 
toortcfattolNis. 

Tto CMt: Dm Child, $7.00 tor 
tiie full seven wedcs; Two ChU- 
dien, #10.00 for tto fuH seven 
wedcs; Three ChiUren, $13.00 lor 
tto ftill seven iiraeks; f^mr Chil- 
dren, eiS.OO fOT Ito full seven 
vi^eks. 

Mrs. Daniel ui^ tto ir^leiito 
of tto I^Ksa to take part in this 
pro^pam. '"We don't want to 
mato tto children play in tto 
sheets azKi wandering away, as 
chiMren wUl do. We don't wurt 
any mOTe tn^edies in our com- 
mun^. Tto Civic Lei^e wanb 
to tolp you and protect yow 
child. If y<w have children and 
want to provide them with a sale 
pla(% to ^y and a ^ way to 
get titore ptoase call me. We 
n^d at leMt I^ fomitos to n»ke 
tins work. » is up to ywi." 

Mrs. DaauA can to reach«l i^ 
443 Ap^n Av^M. 34MM4. 
TTus msiMon program and 
trai^rtation service n tor dhil- 
dren m tto first p^ie thrMi^ 
tto sevMth sn^. R is iK^ed 
tiiat <to tra^portation ses^^ 
WiU be#n during tto first w^ 
in Ju^, towrver It ndll not to 
avaUaide unless Ito reqp^ed 
nnntor <rf families paitidpitoi 
Re^i»rtiw BiHt to naife in ad- 
TMoe ad Ail^ Ols wieek Ito 
biMtototofllMitoed. 



Intwgratioii 
Here Takes 
Quiet Air 



VnwaNIA BEACH— A pewe- 
ful uj^^meh to ii^gration of 
Vii^^n^ e^»:h's publk ^CMuno- 
dattona and fMsUties has been 
agre^ Ufmn b^iraeii ffi^^ lead- 
ers, city officials ^^^keal bui^- 
nessmeo. 

A ^tement sipied by nine 
leaders of the 'Nfigre cwmnunity 
was released Friday, rtrting that: 

"A grMip of ifttwested Negro 
citi2«ns met recent^ to mato 
plans for i^»>eful integniUon of 
all public accommodations ami fa- 
ciUUes in the City of Virginia 
Beach. 

"TTiis ^wip nwt with city offi- 
cials and (businessmen of tto Ciiy 
of Virginia Bea<A and peaceftd 
solutions were agr^ upon. 
Therefore favonfide progren is 
toing made to tto extntt that 
they feel assured ttot tto pntb- 
lems of integration can to solved 
through present methods ttot are 
now in progrms." 

Tliose si^ng tto statement 
were Aaron A, Parens, the Rev. 

D. P. Pdton, tto Rev. T. M. Wal- 
ker, Edmond R. Uoi&n, Charles 

E. WUliwns, Preston H. Watkins, 
Joseph V. Grin^ej^ Paul A. 
Qu^s and James W. Hairsttm. 



Let Freedom Ring 




Rev. George T. Stallings (center), pastor otf the First Colonial 
fiaj^t Church, ^ins with Jaycee J, Fletoher Bryant (left) and Don 
Ward, dudrman of the Jayc^es' "Free(ttni Bells" committee, in an 
inspection of tto church's old bell fnwn the Yorfctown fiattJefield. 



Jackson 
Honored By 

P. o: mit 



tVOIGt^ fiHAOH — Roy R. 
Ja^EMB, a postal clerk at ^ Vir- 
0sU &»cAi. Virginia Port <^ce, 
iras presorted tto Post Office 
DepartineiM's Honorary Itotire- 
WMXt C&^iOaibe, a Letter of Com- 
nm^tion from Mr. A. E. New- 
Um, Washington Regional Direc- 
tor and a Letter of Commenda- 
tion from Virgima iBeach Post- 
ma^er, J. T. Crorawhite, Jr. 

Tto awards 'w^re made at a 
dimwr party told at the Black 
Angus, Virginia Beach, to honor 
^k^n upon Ills retiremei^ dur- 
ing his thirty-ei^ith year in postal 

In presenting tto awards to 
Jacoon, P(»tinaster Crosswhite 
j^tised him <or his outstanding 
performao^ of duties and for his 
nuny yea^ of faithful service to 
tto Virginia Beach postal patrons. 

Followii^ ittM amad ceremony, 
Jactoon was pr^ented tto famil- 
kr U. S. Mail Bi^ which con- 
tained a ^ from tiie Virginia 
Beach Ik^ Offi<» employees, as 
weU as ^rds and Iette» contain- 
ing belt wi^ies from his co-work- 
eri upon hk r^irement. 

Jackson topn his postal ciareer 
as a Temporary Sul><:)lerk with 
tto Virginia Beach P<^ Office 
•D^tarfment in 1^5. His personal 
hiitoi7 with tto <P(»t O£fioe De- 
pai^mrat refve^ many hanahii^, 
mix^ wtth iHimor, dating bade to 
when to ourkd audi on tto un- 
paved streets of Viiginia Beach 
in ki»e-deep mud. He is wdl 
known ^ tiie conMnuntty, not 
OR^ in po^l service, but jdso 
for his dewUon and servkx to 
tto Vii^inia fi^h Ofetbodist 
Church. 

Jactem lives with his wife, 
Anne, M 413 23rd Street, Vir^a 
Beach. He tos om daugMer, a 
s^<K>lteacher whose huaband is a 
Tour Forenun of Mafls with tto 
Vii^nk Be»:h H^M Office Pe- 
parteoent and two grarnkduMren. 

Jad^M <toes a»t r^sod his 
retiranMA as snnkht^ thM wiB 
ii^M hte to a '^et Itfe'. He 
^vp^ to r^nain artive ami use- 
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HMTOMAL 




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Churches Ring 
Freedem Bells 

i 

mmvm aiAOH— a fcentur- 
iesKdd tiad^on wM to revived 
Thui^day as toc^ ctoidies ring 
ttohr bdls in uni^n to c^brate 

' Ito kfea of T^^ag tolls in r^- 
ogntttm of July 4, dates back td 
tto diqn of one of toe nati<m's 
'toum^i^ faQiefs, , Jdm A^uns, 
who originally piDposed the idea. 

Ito Viq^oia B^ch Jr. Cham- 
ber of Commerce has undeitakra 
to revive tto tradition in co^>par- 
ation with dvk; grou{» throu^- 
out tto nation and is asking local 
churches to jdn in ringing ttoir 
tolls at 2 p.m., July 4. 

Don Ward, chairman of the 
Jaycee's 'Treed(wn Bells" project, 
said tto celebration wiH help to 
remind citizens of tto advantages 
they enjoy as memtors of a free 
society. 

A large oM - fashioned bell 
whkh originally hung in the tol- 

firy of tto Old Crooks Memorial 
Methodist Church at Yorktown 
Battlefield, scene of tto British 
surrender in revolutionary tkr^, 
will add its dear voice to tto 
general du^OT. Tto beH now 
tolonp to the First Colonial Bap- 
tist ClMirch which will deditste 
its new buikiing July 14. 

Ito church intends to use tto 
ton later as a monument to tts 
historic sx\e. In <»lonial tin^s tto 
Eastern Store Ctopd used tto 
saoM locatkm. 



Beach 6irl 
In Ijlunning 
For Queen 



VEPCO Reports 



Ground Wiring Method 
Cause Of Boy's Death 

NORFOLK— The tra^y viliich took tto life of a ten-year-old toy receirtly iwfe 0Mis«! by at 
improp^' grounding method, Virginia Electric aiKl Pow^ comi»ny said niday. 

Sn a release circulate by V^ico's Vii^inia Beach Manager, John R. Ha<fen, tto aoeident was re^ 
ferred to as "the result of an unfortunate conriDinatlon of circumrtanc^." > 

Tto charged guy wire which 



VIRGINIA BEACH — MUs 

Dorothy Greenwopod ck Virti|i^i 
^ach IS one bfsijf girts ^mg 
fw the crown erf Queen MarVar 
Gold in Salisbury, Md., it ^as 
announced this week. 

The new Queen, who will to 
named cm July 1 1, will to chosen 
by a paiKl of judges for toauty, 
figure, poise ' and personality. 
Tto winner will rejM«sent the 
Virginia and Maryland sweet 
potato industries for a y«ir fol- 
lowing the crowning. 

The Queen MarVaGold c<m- 
test will to held at Pemtorton 
Schocri in Salisbury. 



Council Names 
John Mote To 
Planning Group 

VTOGINIA BEACH — John H. 
Mote, 27, was T&xaHly appointed 
by Oty Council as a K^npsviUe 
Botmigh representative to tiiie 
City Planning CcMnmission. 

He ^cceeds Lonnie L. Ed- 
v^ards who resigned after four 
yeai^ service on tto commission. 
An empi(^ee of Virginia Electric 
and Power Co., Edwards was re- 
cently transferred to Fork Union, 
Va. 

Councihnan Swindell Pollock of 
Kempsville nominated Mote, a 
telephone company employee, for 
tto p(^ vacated by Iklwards and 
CouncH, ai^roved . uimnimous^y. 



electrcKMted Ec^ .^en Bowles 
was joined with a ^re^ li^it 
ground wire, which Haden aid 
was not the proper method. 

The standard and proper meth- 
od, he ^d, is to connect tto guy 
wire directly to the common neu- 
tral and, wton a street light fix- 
ture is Installed on tto pole, tto 
ground wire of tto sti^^ light 
should to connected s^>aii4e^ 
and directly to the tKutral groimd 
wire. 

In this case, Haden saki, tto 
street light ground wire and the 
guy wire were joined tt^ther 
and tton connected tiutju^ a 
common lead to tto neutral 
ground wire. 

Connecter Failed 

Haden said that tto defed in 
this method is ttot, under certain 
circumstances, the failure of a 
connector can cause the guy wire 
to to energized ttu'ough the street 
light circuit 

He uid that on this installa- 
tion, tto connecter uaad on Ito 
conwnon lead froni ttia lArMl 
ligM and fuy wire vrat not of 
tto proper tin, and this ulH- 
mataiy cauaad to Mlura, Wton 
this hiypaneri tfw jpiy wira to> 

cana anatv^"** 

. "^j^p^Mitis niaaac^ j^tftd tto 

ins^tion of fdi aicb hiitaMattlws 
and tto correction ot ai^ wMeh 
are not connected property,"^ 1^ 
den said. 



Ite stated that the proper meth- 
od which he described provided 
an eiHirely safe arrang^i^nt, 
eliminating the po^bility of a 
dan^rous condition should a 
connector fail. 

Such an instaHation is, in fad, 



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Rotary Sale 
On July 18 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Tto an- 
nual Vh'ginia 6e»:h (Rbtaiy Cliri) 
audion sate tos been scheduted 
for tto evening of July 16 in tto 
Alan B. Stopard Civic Center, it 
has been announced. 

Dr. L. O. CJlai*, Jr. is servtag 
as general chairman of tto event 
whkh will to hdd for the sixth 
consecutive year. 

The Rotary aucticm sale has 
tocome a regular feature of ti»e 
summer sea^n here and e^h 
year the crowds l^ve inchided 
more and more vlsitore txm 
other areas. 

Maury Riganto, a Virginia 
Beach resident and well known 
Tidewater auctioneer, iviU again 
donate his services in conducting 
tto auction sale. 

Dr. Clark has announced ttot 
anyone willing to <tonate articles 
for sale or to offer artic^ mi 
consignment to the Itot^y ckib 
should contact him at GA 8-^71. 




L^ to right: Assistant Postoiaster, E. L. %eaii, &i{rt. of Mails, A. H. Simiu»s, Roy 
R. Jadt^n and P(»tn»^r, Jos«^ T. Cto^white. (Bok» PIk^) 



"HeH Week" 
Ends At 
LitUe Creek 



LITTLE CREEK — Forty-rtne 
men stepped forward Friday af- 
ternoon to receive certificates of 
completion in underw^r demoli- 
tion and reconnaissance at a giad- 
uMlon ceremony hdd at tbe Little 
Creek Naval Amphibious Base. 

Rear Adm^al J^aes C. Demp- 
sey, Commander ^nphMsious 
Training Command, U. S. Allan- 
tk Fleet, congratulated tto i^u- 
dents and stated how proud tto 
am{^bious force is of their aic- 
cessful completion in tto course 
cinndecwii^ (jtoi^tiwa and re- 
cnnnalssaiirt. * —*-- 

liurty-nine Navy mmi wd 
eleven officers partkipated in tte 
six month tnuning course. Wives 
and relative padted tto assemi^ 
hall to see tto graduates gidn 
admrttan<» iiito tbe famed frog- 
nMn organtortton. 

Four alUad «mntri^ Norway, 
PaUirtan, Netherlands, and 
Gr^ce, vi^re ^so represented m 
tto class, lieutenant E^ Mi^- 
nussen, Royd fSforw^ian Navy, 
was the only foreign graduate 
present. The <^ier allied service- 
men cmnpleted the course but 
were ord^«d back to thdr re- 
spective forces before tto com- 
mencement. 

Hairy Hunqihries, seaman, was 
nomim^ tto most outstainUng 
srtiident on tiie basis of perform- 
ance, ao^nuc standings, and 
proficiemy in techniques. In his 
address to tto graduation audi- 
ence to pointed out that each 
man never gave up. He said, 'Ifo 
matter how tou^ tto course got, 
even wton you knew you had if, 
something inside of you {Mlled 
you .through. Thinking back 
tHxw," Hun^hries said, "the reas- 
on for driving forth must to in 
knowing how unportant your Job 
is to tto security of tto worW". 

•Hie twenty six wedc cwirae 
encompassed aD toe technical 
tactics of imderwater demditloii. 
Classes in reconnaissan<% a^ 
demolition, first aid, survival j^d- 
ies, swimming, snail bo^ basi- 
ling and parachute jumping were 
administered. The traditional 
"HeU Week", fto toughest week 
of training, diminated tto toys 
from tto men. 



Bloodmobile To Be 
At Fort Story 

FORT STORY— Tto Bloodmo- 
bile of tto Tidewater Regtonal 

Bl(M>d Center, Norfdk, wiU visit 
Fort Story today. U. Mayijard W. 
McNeM, S-1, J^MTt Story, is projed 
officer for tto visit. 

On tto ket Bloodmobile visit 
here in A|xrll, tto response of 
Fort Story personnd surpassed 
all esjpectaitions with the result 
that 440 pints <rf blood were do- 
nated. TTus was almost triple the 
p^'s quota of 150 pii^. 

Ito operatton wiU to set up in 
tto service dub for military and 
dvUian persom»l and eU^bte de- 
pm^eatts. DumtMos wiB to ac- 
cepted from B:90 im. untfl mid- 
a^nioon. 



"much sater thm tto instidlatitA 
of inailat(H^ in guy wir^ m tos 
bem jRiggested,** Haden sa^. 

He was prefflmrtfy refen^ 
to tto sUt^ne^ of City IHamrim 
Director, F. Mascm Gamage, wto 
told City OmiKil last week ttot 
he would not approve future tMtt- 
ity pole permits uitos Vepc^ 
provided inwlators on tto f^ 
wires. Later in the week dkfm* 
fidala m^ with Vepco r^Mreamt- 
atives to discuss the mattes and 
can» awi^ appar^itly conviaMi 
ttot insulators were not tto best 
solution. 

Gamage said to had nu^ ^ 
reque^ ttot future i^a&Aiiiui 
carry itoulatoi^ "to bring tMl 
issue to a h^d." 

■attar Tton Insufalofa 

(Hi^n ^ud in his ^tttmmot 
that tto connection of guy wirai 
diredly to tto neutral greiAd 
wire insures better gnwnditag of 
this type off dedric distrttHition 
^st^a and ttoreby inaeaaes 
^er operation. 

"ft^ is a standard h^stry prac- 
tice and is in acc^i^^tnoe w^ 
spedfic proviMons of Qie NaticnuA 
Elec^ic Safety Code," he said. 

"•If insul^ors Tivere installed is 
all guy wires, wittout re^vd ti 
^ - '-" 

certain of ito eledriad 
V^eo does install and will ci»»- 
tinue to install insilMoni in p^r 
wires, fii accordance wkh pro- 
^fmotu of itoe N^^oia ^dtioi 
Safety Code far ttwae typ^ <rf 
^stMos," Hirien saki. 



All Stress 
Now In 
City Hands 





VIRGINIA BEACH— Tto «tt- 
trd and maintenane^ of ^ rtoto 
and highwi^s of fiamer TMae^a 
Anm County chained hands y^- 
terday as tto Sti^ turned th^ 
respw^UUt^ ovs* to Uw new 
dty. ^ 

Wton Vir^im WmA tastgiA 
with tto CmiBty, tlemury 1 of 
this year, the ^te Highway <^n* 
missioB agree to coiAini^ tuai- 
ling rcmds to Prinoss Aatm $1^ a 
period of six montto untM J^ 1. 

The cky now has r^E^HoWity 
for stroet r^air, traffic ei^jiiieer- 
ing, ^reet in^pedUm aivl nAitad 
ta^. ^reet eOBetrtuiaim, ttstf/t 
for projects ak«a(^ underway 
also passed into tin fM^ 

Tto city's Diviaio* «f 
ways. Streds and Bridges 
been handling Greets in _ 
Beach Borouih of tl» new dl3f 
Since tto mer^r. Tto dttvuton J^ 
headed by Supt, Clintan Teafa, 
wto win henceforth hive an area 
of approximately 258 square^ 
ncutes to look after. 

Ito d^ tidie<>ver wil ineMi 
more ^nploye^ and equ^UM^ 
and more spending for tto ^^. 

Qiief Itee^^s Johnwn, head ^ 
the City Safety (Bureau, said ^ 
city has purchased more thaa 
$4,000 iM>rth of coroiwtei^ ani 
ottor parts for traffic m^oi^ tmit 
limits to allow quidE rq^iifnuijli 
if toere are any to^dedomis A»> 
ing the changeover pertod. ^ 

TeeLs listed more than 40 
pieces of equipne^ as 'tto tt^ 
need" for hj^hi^ work tojjl^ 
ning Monday. Tvraity new dw^ 
tru^s. varkaa ttudt attad|nMl4i' 
e«1h lQ»Ams and otbtt- pletot # 
equ^n^rt ab^Mfy are on band. 

Tto dty tos pttctoaed |aM.« 
000 wwth (rf bJiinmy equipOMbt 
ad far. 



m 



fc«*» UmHWm, li^dty, July % 1963 



- Elks Auxiliary (^fken Installed 



nances Willialc^^eamies 
Of James Cam^ell 



he rairriice of 
. >...^ WlllUms, 
of Mr&. Umu Alooio 
tt ^^fliria Beach, and 
h« l4tc Mr. WilUanu, and James 
^r.'VMa Camphafl, aoa of Mra. 
'^orwitli CampbaB of Ga- 
.... . .., and the late Mr. Camp- 
Mi, 1^ fi»m Satanb^ at four 
pm. m M. Riid'a 

^ ^$rmi Jmfh T. 1^ 

1^ mA was 0VW In 
ik^ hf te- Mother, FtaA ^ 
Ui^ ^ Viiiii^ BmA. The 
Mte irare a »wra of irory igk 




oi^jtati w^ ^^#^ ai^^iued 
wm ChnMUly laa. Hu* v&i ^na 
a mmtOla e^ed la C&mtil^ lace. 
^ earrted a iMuq^ of gar- 

ite. ilnak lilWlMna «m na- 
tion ol Monor. liMeanaidi were 
Mrs. ^dsert (Xfo^ af LxMiemHe, 
Maryland, alter of tl^ gnxxn; 
l^^iroirtj lbs. OffraU B^oett, of Wutgrn- 
town. West Vii^nia; Mre. Aivin 
Cooner of Mgnawsas, Ya0UA; 
Ibp. HarMi Wri^ of IMitol. 
^Mpnia; M«. Libert C^vm^ 
of Rei^rstown, Ifoi^and; airf 
Mis Doria V«i|^an of Virginia 
B^ch. 

l^y wOTe pale ^k Uiwn 
floor lei^th dt^m aod aur^ 
bn^ets of Boston dmi^t. 

Hwood Bu^nlNfiMani of ^i- 
nandi^ Virtfotia iras beat man. 

Ushes im9 i)r. Thorns Can^r 
hell, Jr. ot Moipntown, W. Va., 
Dr. Wtfker CmpbdO, Erwln 
Campi)^ and WiBiam Can^bdl, 
tf ^eUl, Rkdmrd Campl»^ of 
MartinsviUe, Dr. Ifernn W^ of 
WflU^ndMif, Ih-. Hdbat ^- 
kme of Satoda, Dr. DmaM V^tulk- 
ner of H<»Mk, Ibwes Canpbdl 
of Ridimmd, aod Richard C^alK 
of Poitaramith, 

A leo^tion was held st tte 
Wonum's Oub. 



NM. D. A. MHLLEIt JR. 

C^on-Miller 
tows Exhanged 

VmmmA tmim^-^fim Bar- 

H. C. beouDM the Mde of Itevkl 
Mn Mte *. wfMr^^ peach 




Ite bride u On dan^^ ^ 
Ifr. ^ Ifrs. H. C. <k(H» of Itai- 
MM nd tfto taHi^do if iQat 
am «rifr. and Ills. Mve Mi&r 
of "^ft^ia Badt 

*nm m^ki ^m to resume 
fiMr MAw «t Ot^el CeOe^e 

HfflWX— The 

il^M^dft Midi 10 
Ite^Mtetean ttdc ^ce Sat- 
urdhiy, Ju» 22Qd at 3 p.m. tat 
^Oel A^tt ChmA. lie Eev. 
mbma n. l^ifeam puftxmed 

ant . Mrs. Otaito Tl^wu 

l^^^PQMi i& a «p| cijfy. aMl 
IM. CbMa Wm Ibnsdu^n of 
QttAaM,N.C, 

Mr. Bii^twell gave his 
ter in marriaaD. M(s. l^m 
&ibiett U RiflmxNid, #1fr cf 
ibe-^Ue, was ^tnn of hMcx 
attj c^br atteodwtf. 

t^ man. GroDmsmi^ were 
I^iiiD Van ^ndM^ <rfOrsng&- 
taif, S.C, br^to (rf te Ihi^ 

^i^ ^tttter ofSe bride. 
L^vn W. Subfett of Richmoad 
i^l W. Tayte ei Vvprna 

^ lec^tkw wu h^ ia ^ 
MM* aemi baU. The couf# 
iM «w at 1^ Yaqw a, Vk- 

U Wom^ To 
1^ Borbage 

VX^HBOA BBACH — 'Mii» 

EuA W^etei^ muaed 

^w Amirev Burt^^ S^t^y, 

22, tt ^flbOL m ConuBuni^ 

i&ircb. The Rev. 

L. KMk Jr. p&^ixm^ die 

Tib Mfe V a dai^^er d 
Mr. and 1^. Ri^ C^|^ 
WhilAead. the bi^mom u a 
so^ id Mr. «jid Wbs. Irai^st A. 



Mr. Whitehead juve his 

iiighter in nBrriage. tne bride's 

ter. Mn. UmbUs M. Baker 

Noffolk. was matfon of 

i^"'«'"!raaid8 were Miss 

oad. Miss Mary 

.ica WiUtefwa and Mrs. Bry- 

it Scott 

RoHid Whitehead, brother^ 

^-'■*' ' — tnuu. Groom»- 

.; Burbage of 
.sih, N-C. £dbiv«rd Burbage. 

^loom. 

acia m the 

After a wed' 

Blue Rid^ 

w«Mipte will live 




), N-C. £4w«i 



Wl&uii»»ii, 
Toepleniyui 
Vows Exchuiged 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mr. 
and 1^. Fe^stey Byr^s White 
auiDuiice t}» marriage pf her 
mter, Ibfes. El^ds^ G. Wil- 
UMnKA, 10 fmdemk L. Toc^^ 
tium^ Vto^la Beach and Hen- 
derson, H.<u 

TTw Qcn^ wil liw at Vir- 
ginia B«w$. 

Girard-Pai^er 
Vows S0oken 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mr. 
and Kirs. Oul Henrv Girard of 
fikiys^, UulOuiK^ die marria^ 
d tfKir d^^ier, Mns Co^m 
homms Cmrd, to Mfchael 
MmsMTste Paiter Jr. 

Mr. P^im is tf^ «M of Mr. 
md Mti. Mi^id M(H»»rate 
Auto a€ Lctttei &ktae. 

Hm ^ffemoay toMc place 
Aiwil 20 m Eli^jcth City, N.C. 

Tbe couple are living at 1715 
T&met Ave.. Bajn^^ 

Mis. Paiter gnuhiated fran 
Mm^ss Ani» wi^ Sctool aiul 
at^ded Old Dominkxi CoUe^. 
Mr. Parker paduat^ fiom 
Freteick Mili^ Acad^ny and 
attemM Frederick Orilege. 

Mrs. Witsins 
Heads Malibu Club 

MAUBU-Ms. Rote Wig- 
eias was k^dkd as new presi- 
dent cl die Maliw Garden Oub 
recently at their first annual ban- 
quet held at the Hialia Acres 
bm. 

Mi^. Betty Mttii^am, post 
IK^sident made tbe welc^miing 
tp<^^es folkmed l^ frilowing 

Invocation, Mrs. Jan Watts; 
Htttorian, Mrs. Marge Cuff and 
Tr^surer, Mrs. Rose Wie^m. 

Mrs. Betty Smi% vimiSsd tfie 
M^ames, My» Matfiek aod 
Maiy fioot for the most points 
in mnver anai^onenti mad Iwr- 
tktthuiie. 

Mrs. Nonna ^«cer was in- 
staUttiMi c&icm and Mn. W^- 
gkis turnnl over the gM^el to the 
n^w preti<k;nt 

Any interest^ reikkots d 
naBiu wto wouki Uke to join 
cv atteiMi the uM^bly meetmgs 
are welcome. For fu^er infor- 
maticm conbu:t Mrs. Rme W^- 
gini, 9317 Oyster Road, cff 
phone 341-4059. 




The installation of new officers hH{Wi|gitoid k ncldail party and ^wer held Saturd^ ^^ in 
the Cavalier Hotel by the Ladies .^i^i^, BJ.O. Btas Lirige m. 23ag. Mrs. D. J. Adlbvi, Jr., 
from the Nwfolk Auxiliary No. dB, in^iOled Oe abmie officers: (left\ to r^) 'Mrs. I* U. PBttder, 
historic; Mrs. Dallas Entaninger, ^mmuv^. Ifim. Amlrew Bwing, CMW|>«ding seerebByj llq. 
Edward Simiele, president; Mrs. SulXvwi; Wm. <^ (Winger, vice prMutot; Mrs. Rob^ 
recMding secretary; and Mrs. K. R. ttpa4^^. «^«Wn. iCavalier Wioto by Fontai]^) 




Jm^sSUthn of new officers were held at a formal dinner-dance 
for Bow Creek Country Qub. Left to Right, front row, RKhel 
^nciSio, Iklith Own and Marjean Sulbvan. SecoiMl row. Vice 
ftesiitert Larry SanciMio; Secretary, Austin Owen, Treasurer, 
O^ff^ SuUivan. Not pictured. Brad Pulley (new President) and his 
wile, Louise. <J^ma(m Photo) 

NEW OFFICERS INSTALLEIT 
AT FORMAL DINNER-DANCE 



PLAZA — A Fomud Dinner- 
Dance was held at Bow Creek 
Golf aaid,C<mntry CM) Ame 15, 
for tte htttiAation <rf new offi- 
ce«. 

Harold tCeHam ii^ta&d the f ol- 
lowing: 

"R. BnK^diaw ^vMey, Preskitent; 
Lawrence A. Sancflio, Vice Presi- 
d«Bt; Austin Owen, Searetary; 
(^x§erM. Sullivan, Tre^urer. 

1l»i>ers of the Sc^od of Di- 
reckWB are: 

Sam De Laura, Edwin Kellam, 
W. C. Linrf)erry, Louis Bottino, 
Rtehard Brydg^, David Ouggw, 
Lee J. Hofhemor. 

niae Adams w^s the Master o'f 
Ceranonies for the evening. 

President Pulley made the fol- 
lowing ai^ointments tot standing 
coora^ttt^ chairmen: 

House: Lawren<» A. Sancilio; 
Monbeitiiip: D. Duggan; Fin- 
an^: G. M. Sullivan; Auditory: 
K«D»eth Breitbauer, Jr.; GoM: 



Louis Botano; Pool: W. C. Line- 
berry; Tennis: Kenneth Bret- 
baiKr, Jr.; Rules: Austin Owen. 
A daiK» followed tiie iietalla- 

lion with music furnished by The 
Bobby Joyn^ Quartet. 





9». SAM MASON, RM. 

•WV kMk m l'»9 tbe mtat mrt. 
rtantft pkyAimt of Ms day w 
BcBjaii& Rndi who w» tme (rf the 
laat IwJcra of a t^Ucme aot yet 



For csmpla. Rash raatataincd thitf 
Acre INK M one Amw aai 

Bic to fee rtiaced to 
well. Hkm tenrtm^te wcts 
nther hnniwfav by to$Kf '» 
and, c w M fafli^ ia Ike mria of 
l iMiwa Mid pm^C> hHeailei to aire 
tlM mdlottm^ patinfs phyricai 
*'&9Moa." 



Msms ta todb^'s Ub we 
q^dfr mi nl^ Vum^ Me of 
fmakH^f y e sdt tw d by Ae wamof 
taxable ^vrfdawi tmMbtt. F«r Ae 
Miii« of teK pfeaEristteai Jeaemi 
OB BARK'S REXALL nURMACY. 
la aiMttkm to a < iwiiiilelii fe a u ^ 
tiim d^artraeat we k»r^ a )««« 
madifes swtiM tmtiriag fUlf 
!•«•#«. C n e >M»t fc^ 0tt4 «nMtno« 
Candy at BARK'S REXALL FBAR. 
MACY, 17th and Attn^ Ave. 
rbomt GA 8-1211. f^ee ptcset^kli 
deliTcry. 



(Bob 



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at HilMop.) 



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Announces 
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To 
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By Appointment Telephone 428-4214 



Mrs. Dew Honored 
At Wives' Tea 

Mn. i. 1. pew, spmsoT of the 
PriiK^ss AniM Navy Wives Club 

No, 143 was recently guest of 
ho^ at a t^ ipven % ttm chib 
mepfcm Tlim aftair was h^ at 
the fame of Mrs. (Mm Jones. 

1^ tAuh pres^ted Mn. Itew 
witli a Navy WivM of Aaaenca 
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BIRSfWOCH) — The Kpch- 

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at tha home ti Itni. Samud J. 
PWtille. L»n^ Avc^ in ^Kh- 

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bands of participating memlia^ 
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Chevaiier. Jr., Mr. rad Ifrs. Carl 
J. Eavenson; Mr. and Mrk Allan 
F. Hltt, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. E. W, 
Leamani; Mr. and Mn. G. O. Mfr 
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patrick; Mr. and Mrs. ikiwtfd 
Ttppo; Mr. MMt Ifrs. E 6. ftnui- 
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- A visitor to^ plCTic w«s Mrs. 
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ber of the ch»b back from her 
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MALIBU— TTw Malibu Civic 
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ENCACEMENTS 



R0MMMO»^-^INNirr 
VHW1«A BEMM — Javita. 
tlons have bMn ImiwI to Vhe 
wedding of Miss Valerie tmm 
RiAischon to Mr. im Phttip 5ten- 
nett on Satui^y afternoon, July 
20, at 4:30 o'clock in Calvin Pres- 
byterian ChMPch, Nwfolk. A m- 
repUon will loBow in the church 
lounge. 

Miss RcAischon is the d«if hter 
of Mr. aiwl Mrs. Robert E. Rob- 
ischon of 6824 Forest View Drive. 
Mr. Bennett is the «)n of Mr. and 
Mrs. Donald E, i^nnett of Deans- 
l»ro, N. Y. MiM Robischon's en- 
gagement was announced lasL Oc- 
tol^r at her parents' former 
home in Utica, N. Y. 

Miss Robischon and Mr. Ben- 
nett attended the WatervlJle Cen- 
tral High' School in "Watervilje, 
N. Y. Miss Robischon is presently 
employed at Oara's Junior Size 
Fashions in Norfolk; Mr. Bennett 
is engaged in daily farming with 
his firther in Oeandioro. 

MORGAIi-BISSETT 

BH«3HW00iD-^atti Sue Mor- 
gan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
C. W. Russ, and John Edward 
Blssett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hu- 
bert fJ. Bissett, held their rehear- 
sal dinner recenUy at tl» h^me 
of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bis»tt, 
Lampl Avenue, m the Lynnhaven 
Section of Virginia B«M:h. 

Participating gaerts were: Mr. 
and Mrs. Paul fatten, Mr. and 
Mrs. C. W. Rus, Mr. and Mrs. 
Geo. Kadler, Mre. C. 'Ru«, Betty 
Lou Spangler, Mary and Margaret 
Moore, Pait Patterson, Mr. and 
Mrs. Keith Hai-taian, Mr. and Mrs. 
John Morgan, Monte Howell, Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert Kelly and Mr. 
and Mrs. Louis Caruana, all of 
this area. Also Mr. and Mrs. B. 
Dipietro and Louis Dtfietro of 
New York and Mr. and Mrs. Nick 
Natale of Philadelphia. 

ROBISCHON— BENNETT 

VIRGINIA BEACM — Mt. 
and Mrs. Robert E. Robischon, 
formerly of Utica, N.Y., have 
announced the engagement of 
their daughter. Miss Valerie 
Louise Robischon, to Jon Philip 
Bennett. 

Mr. Bennett is the son of Mr. 



BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hanna 
announce the birth of 'flieir sec- 
ond diild, 1st son, Robert Joseph 
on June 17 in Norfolk General 
Hospital Mrs. Hanna is the for- 
mer Miss Nancy Kilmurray, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. 
Kilmurray of Virginia Beach. 




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and Mrs. DcnaM E. Bennett of 
Donsbmo, NY. 

Miss Robischon attended Wa- 
tcrvllle OeAtral High School in 
Watervllie, N.Y. She is cm- 
ployed at Dara's in Norfolk. 

Mr. Dennett also attended 
Waterville Ontral High Schotrf. 
He is in dairy forming with his 
father in D(»^xxo. 

Rose Society Meets 

amCHWOOO— The Tidewater 
Rose Society of Norfolk and Vi- 
ciniy held tbjeir final meeting of 
the season at the Administration 
Building in the Botannical Gard- 
ens of Norfolk w>cently. 

J. fklward fflier, chairman of 
the program five a talk on 
"Jud^ng and Identification of 
Roses." He said the purp(»e of 
this is to show the important 
points of Edging and identifying 
roses toy form, substance, color, 
stem and foliage, in that order. 

Tlie memlMra participated in a 
jucfeing contest, first prize going 
to Charles Tiirrisi; second place 
to Fred. B. Wallace, both of Nor- 
fott. 

Hosrtesaes were Mrs. Charles 
Turrisi and Mrs. Anatole J. Ayo. 
Refrrahments were provided. 

William 6. HuTi%n, pre^dent 
of the Rose Society thanked t^ 
members tat making the trip to 
the Eastern SOiore Gardens a 
huge ^ccei%. 



l^tf Elect 

H(NIIMI^ At 

Many Parties 

BAY CC*X>NY — Miss 
Susan WelJer PerrencH will be 
married to CaM. Rob^ Cle- 
ment Knowles Jr.. USMC, Sat- 
urday at 4:30 p.m. in the CJiapel 
of the Good Shepherd, Oceana 
Navai Air Staticni. 

She is the ^uditer of Cmdr. 
Hal F. Perrenot (USN Ret.) and 
Mrs. Perrewrt (rf Oiumley Rd., 
Bay CtHony. The tm<fcgroom,is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
C. Knowles c^ Cbhasset, Maa. 

Mi^ Perrenot recently re- 
turned from visiting Mr. & Mrs. 
Knowles at their home, "Unicom 
Cottage," in Cohasset where dM 
was honored at a recejirtion. . 

Miss Carol Currie, who will 
serve as Miss Perrenot's maid ol 
honor, entertained the bride-elect 
at a brunch Suncby at the Cur- 
rie's Bay Colony home. About 12 
guests were invited. 

Sunday ni^ Capt. and Mrs. 
Geor^ Reynolds and daughter, 
Debbie, held a (xx)k-out at their 
home in Princess Anne Hills for 
members of the wedding party 
and fri^ids of the couple. 

Cmdr. and Mrs. PerrencH will 
be h(»ts for the rehearsal dinner 
Friday night at the Oceana Offi- 
cer's Club. 

The t«i(k-etect was guest of 
honor Thursday night at a linoi 
shower given by Miss Susan 
Womma«H(. a brklesmaid, in her 
home in Bay Colony and Friday 
was gu^t of honor at a brunch 
given by Mrs. Homan L. Walsh 
at her home, also in Bay Cotony. 



THOROUGHGOOD CLUB 
HAS ANMUAL LUNCHEOM 



THOROUGHGOOD — The 
annual June • lunchecm of the 
Thwoughgood Garden Clirt) was 
held recently at the Shore Drive 
Inn. 

The tables were decorated 
with lovely arrangements of blue 
Hydrangeas, yellow Queen's 
Anne lace and Baby-breath, 
carrying out the Oub's colors. 
These arrangements and corsages 
of VMtta Orchids were macte by 
the members of the club's 
flower-arrangement clinic witfi 
Mrs. Frank Leis as Chairman of 
the luncheon. 

Mrs. William T. Lindemann, 
retiring President, expressed ap- 
preciation of serving as President 
aiKi announced that this fall an 
Azalea Garden will be planted in 
the North Garden of the TTior- 
oughgood House. As a token of 
her appreciation and thanks, an 
azalea will be planted for each 
member of her Board of Direc- 
tors who have worked so 
diligently and untiringly for her 
and the Club, 

Mrs. L. H. Ewell, historian, 
eave an informMive and very in- 



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All Work GuarantMd 

FERAELL 

LINOLEUM & TILE CO. 
ni6 W. 21st St. — MA S-53(» 



teresting history of the club's tuc- 
tivities this past year. 

Mrs. Samuel L. Denty, 
Awards Chairman, presented tfee 
winners of the awards, "McCrac- 
ken Service Award" — ^Mrs. M. 
F. McAfee; "La Vera Trophy for 
Arrangements" — Mrs. C. L. 
Owens; "Haddaway Horticulture 
Award Trophy" — Mrs. L. E. 
Quackenbush; "Schmalzried Tro- 
phy for Beginners — ^Mrs. Harry 
J. Oldford. 

The new officers were in- 
stalled bj Mrs. August H. Cul- 
pepper, Past State President oC 
the Virginia Fetferatimi of Gar- 
den Quo, President, Mrs. W. H. 
Harrison; 1st Vice-Preaident, 
Mrs. M<Mit«gue W. Barrett; 2nd 
Vice-Prwident, Mrs. C. E. 
Treakle; reccM'ding secretary, 
Mrs. B. M. Cudirell; corrwpond- 
ing secretary, Mrs. E. G. Keene; 
treasurer, Mrs. B. R. MKldl&- 
ton. 

Mrs. Lindemann expressed the 
club's appreciation to Mrs. Cul- 
pepper who was the organizer 
and first President of TTiorough- 
good Garden Club and is now 
President of the Virginia Beach 
Council (rf Garden Clubs. Mrs. 
Lindemann presented Mrs. Cul- 
pepper with a minature gavel as 
a symbol of die many offices she 
has held in garden club work 
from Club President through 
District, State and the Soutfi At- 
lantic Rgion of the National 
Council of State Garden Oubs. 

Mrs. Harrison, the incoming 
President, thanked the clubs for 
the honor and jnivilege of serv- 
ing them and asked their con- 
tinued support and ax>peration 
so that we may have anc^er 
banner year in the club. She 
then announced her chairmen 
and the date of the first Bc»rd 
meeting. The Club presented 
Mrs. Limlemann with a silver 
Revere Bowl with appropriate 
sentiment expressed in a card 
signed by the membership. 

To close such a de4i|^tful 
luncheon we had the added 
pleasure of being entertain^ by 
a humorous reading given by 
Mrs. Lester L. Parsons who is 
known throughout Tidewater 
for her charm and ability to bring 
a smile to those who have the 
privilege of hearing her speak. 



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Farewell Party 




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KING^ GRANT— At farewell party, reading Irft to rig^' 
Hostess Lee Eldridge, Host Charles Eldridge, wth guests ^ 
honor, Judy Hickle and Art Hickle (Captain — USMC). More 
than 30 friends and neighbors turned out to wjph tiie Hickie's 
goodbye and good luck. The Hickle's leave for Ouantico this 
week. They have been residents of King's Gram for two years. 



fV 



Personal Mention J 



Miss Susan Fotd of Hunts- 
ville, Ala., is visiting Miss Ste- 
wart Dickson and her parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Talbott Dick- 
son at their home on Rolfe Lane. 
Miss Ford and Miss Dickson 
are classmates at Fairfax Hall. 



Mrs. LiMher C. Jeffress of 
Richmcmd spent last w^k as the 
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henrv B. 
Ndrfleet on 82nd St. Today, 
their son-in-law and daughter, 
Mr. and Mrs. C. R<*ert Wick 
and their two children will arrive 
from Houston, Texas. Mr. Wick 
will return later this week to 
Texas while his family will re- 
rtrain here to spend the month of 
July. 



Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bam^i 
are spendii^ several days at Tlw 
Homestead in Hot Springs. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Nere Day and 
Miss Anne Dorsey Dav are 
spending a week at The Hcmie- 
stead in Hot Spring.- . 




GAS AND AmJANCES FOt 
• C00KM6*ICATMG«IWrWAni \ 



^<A!>^Open 24 Hours a Day 
1806 Atlantic Ave. i/irginia Beach 



smmMiniLAiKCASCo. 



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Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Donahoe, 
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lanehome, 
Mr. and Mrs. G. Powell Davis 
and Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee LeCom- 
pte spent the weekend at the Sea 
Ranch at Kittv Hawk, N.C. 



Mr. and Mrs. H. Donald 
Clarke and their two children of 
Alexandria will spend this holi- 
day weekend visiting Mrs. 
Clarke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Julian S. Lawrence at their 
home in Cavalier Park. 



Mr. and Mrs. Witt - ' ^ \sh- 
bum, Jr., and their two ciiildren 
who have been living on 72nd 
St., have moved to their new 
home in Princess Anne Hills. 



Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher 
Wright, Jr., of Petersburg are 
soending ten days visiting Mrs. 
Wright's mother. Mrs. B. K. 
Lindeman at her home on Holly 
Rcmd. 



Mrs. W. M. Pretlow (rf Forrest 
Hills Gardens, Long Island, was 
the guest last week of Mrs. 
Dorothy F. Steriing at the Prin- 
cess Anne Irm. 



Miss Blanche Whitmore, Mrs 
Edgar L. White and Mrs. Ma|y f 
Murray of Mayflower Apart- 
ments, Mrs. Eva B. White pi, 
Norfolk and Mra. Addie White, ,f 
of Knotts Island, N.C, will leave 
today for New Ycwic to sail oo / 
the S.S. Independence for a 
cruise to Bermuda. Upon their 
return they will spend several 
days in New York before return^ 
ing to their homes. 

James N. Brydges and his son, 
James N. Brydges, Jr., of Lynch- ■ 
burg spent die weekend visiting 
Mr. Brydges' brother and sister- 
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. 
Brydges at their home in Linlier. 



Mr. and Mrs. Brua llioinas of 
Westclwster, Illinois have re- 
turned ]u>iqe aLt^r spending a 
week at the Iwme of BJrs. Thom- 
as parents,, Mr, and Mrs. H, B. ; 
Savage, Jr. of Birdneck Point. 



Mrs. Jeannette White and 
daughters, Elaine, Linda and Mar- 
garet, from Monticeilo, Ga., are 
here visiting their many friend^i 
in the Lynnhaven area. i^jiJ^Q 
.I'diiM 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher •'*»'^ri^ 
children, Carolyn, Judy, Ti 
and Jerry, haw returned to 
home in Pinewood Gardens after 
a 10-day trip to Cindmsti, Olfid, 
and iMooi^e Hill, tod. 




Miss Maiy T. White of Rich- 
mond is visiting her grandfath^^ , 
F. J. Sampsjn at his bdme,';9h!.r: 
Pocahontas Drive. 



Mrs. A. Norfleet Barton of 
Suffolk soent last weekend wUh 
Mr. and Mrs. Machn Sinmions at 
their home on 53rd Bt. 



iMrs. Foirest Bailey of . Hidi- 
ntond is visiting Mr. azMl Mk. 
L. S. Hodges at their hon^ -on 
HoltyRoad. 



Mr. and Mrs. E. Griffith Dod- 
son Jr., and their daughter, of 
Roanoke, are spending a week 
with Mr Dodson's parents, Col. 
and Mrs. E. Griffith Dodson at 
the Sk)vcr Cottage in Cavalier 
Shores. 



Miss Julie Whitehurst soent 
the weekend in Lvnchbure as the 
guest of Miss Judith Mundy and 
her i^rents, Dr. and Mrs. B. 
Kyle Mundy. 



Miss Lati Gordon of R'di- 
mond is visiting Mr. and Mrs 
G. S. Jordan at their home on 
Bruton LaAe. 



MISS SAVAGE IN 
MUSIC RECITAL 

rnXWIfflNGTON, Ind. — Miss 
Eva Lee Savage, a graduate stu- 
dent in the School of Music. IiMfi- 
ana University, presented an or- 
pn redtal here, June 21. 

Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. 
&\^e, Jr., of Birdne<* Point. 
Virgu^ 8e»di, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Bmce TlHMnas of Westchester, 
IE. were vnong those attending. 
Miss Savage will receive her Mas- 
ter's ctegree in WmaAogy ^m 
Aaga^ 



Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Maser, *-., 
and their two sons, of Riduz^Dd 
will arrive Sunday to sp^A a. 
vreek with Mr. Maser's i^i0il^ 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Nor&et 
on SSid St. 



Fred Jonlan, son of Mr. ud 
Mrs. James M. Jordan, IB, b^ 
left to attend the sununer sesson 
at Corolla Academy in St. G^uqge, 
Va. 



Mrs. R. Frank Welton of F^uts- 
mouth spent last weekend vising 
her son and daughter-in-law, Ur. 
ami Mrs. Richard F. WeHon, lA 
theii- Bay Colony home. 



BIRTHS AT 
BEACH HOSPITAL 

June 10 — Mr. & Mrs. Gwald 
G. Gaskins, 410 Rudee Blvd.; 
boy. 

June 10 — ^Mr. and Mrs. Au- 
gust Feuerbacher, 16 Lynnriver 
Dr., Lynnhaven; boy. 

June 10-^Mr. & Mr, BoMy 
Williamson, 17th St., e^t; ^'. 

June 11 — Mr. & Mrs. James 
Mintz. 645 Malibu Dt., boy. 

JuM 13 — Mr. & Mrs. CSiarU 
B. TlK)niM, 825 I^^ I^UBe 
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THE VmCINIA BEACH SUN-N|WS 

PvUMMrf TM^iyi and tliuiwftivi ky Tha Ifoach PubllsMiHI Corporate 

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SmiMthIng We Can't Afford 



Orm limn which ^:^3^rs in the 1962 
^miet r^xxt of a leading pharmaceutical 
cw^jany t« of widespvi^ public inters 
-^r slMMld be. In that yiMtr, this company's 
riMN^ ex^mditures r^cheda record 
Wf^ «^ nrKxe than $17 millton, a rise of 
stfrne 19 per cent ovw 1961. The number 
of suj^armpi ^n^^sized and serened 
im teitogKal «:flvity was greafer Ihan in ■ 
«iy pf9W»n ^«r In ^ company's hls- 

This is typical ol tm p#»afmaoeutlcal in- 
dustry as a whole. A very large part of ife 
r^WOUrc« and energies— using that word In 
tf^ bfoad t rt sefwe— ^ Into research. The 
pvurpc^ Is to fifKJ new and l[^nefidal 
S%^, mnA to hnprove exlstir^ or^. To 
1^ It arratf^r way, the purpose is to al- 
leviate human suffering and illness, and 



to prcrfofig life. 

As in all research wwk— which is a ven- 
ture into the dark and tfie unknown— the 
failures are many. Large sums of m<mey 
we ^m^i on profits whjch go nowhere 
But, rKSW ard again, there Is an outstanding 
s(^e^, and another jtride Is taken in 
medical progr^s. 

Wem Is the primary reason why extreme 
laws, which would place figurative chains 
wound the drug Industry, would be a na- 
tkmal Mgedy. They w<Hild slow and block 
research and; no doubt, in some instamies 
stop It. Risk is ahvays an element of pro- 
gress. If we attempt to elimlnato It entirely 
we create vacuums. We destroy mitiative 
arid Imaginati^m. We can't afffwd that in 
drug regulaticNi, or any other frekl of our 
national life. 



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Mitehurst Returns From 
WeigMs & Measures Meet 



}^B^ tMO, Umim S. JctoKHi, 
«Mw is ate» tte S«to* «f fVrel^ils 
«Dd •^sur^ n^lMrts ttiA tee 
C^'s Bm^rn'mm at Wi^Hts «Dd 
HMmm E. L. mmom^ ir^ 
^ fM letanud tfrrai tbe Worty- 
^Mh Annid Ifeeting of Om 
M^Mul Coata%i»e on Wei|^ 
ud W^mim hM in Wa^iii^on 
h^ weriL 'tim coaiereii^ is flie 
out, tapwln^ gathering of 
im^ti «nl meswras offteids 
hM ia Uk cmintry. Worn tiian 
6W we^gi^ smA nm«ires offi- 
qhAi ti ^ i^n^nui ^irem of 
Btia^Ms, aBewMed this year 
with WMml dll^aHiMd iimted 
a«l i*Mi intasby rc^pre- 
f^ comtensKe is 
po^orwl ^ tl% NatioDai Bui«au 
ot fta»iu^ 

Sbdh «nU^«m^ said CSiief 
^Mmm, «Pe held to- the dlKiu- 
AM and^^^^tatkm of pitMuns 
w^di ttMndtfy tffedt evoy 
fnify is the ^nsmiiuty. 1%^ 
officials are fm^i^MB for ti^ 
tti^^ to* a^nnKf , ami thus 
^fmm4 m con^nmii^ all oom- 
iMSCu^ ^^ urelghfng and 
MMMrt^ <ten<^ Ttese Isdude 
M^ torn lu^ «^p«aty vei^te 
ttdes lo ^By dt^UAe {n%scc^>- 
valances used in tio^pital 
paarmadies and dmg itores; ^ 
scales of the 4mlcher, groco* aiKi 
junkman. Fuel oil truck iwters 

^ "asoUne punip meters alM> 
ider hid jurisdictiim. AM. of 
Uvttse are definitciy related to tiw 
•-"ii of living' of every family. 

^ilCAles an^ meters, be aswrted, 

and othef tta> 

ran and A» !(»• 

ijrfy §^ mi of 

' UM-ffeM- 

^mlttion mm 

I iifOttgh his fegui' 

fn«tet the (&^- 




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are d^pei^^ upon these o<fi- 
chite tor asHmoioe of accnr^ 
quaitfity detamau^ons. If a mer- 
cliairt unlcnowitt^, or carek^^, 
^ves to^ wei^t or a^asure, he 
is ^ving mray his iH'ofit, his live- 
lihood, and over a period of tiane 
inviting bankruptcy. To give 
short wei^ <»" meanire not only 
cheats the tmying fmUk, but pro- 
vides a means of uitfair cwnpeti- 
tion by offering a way to uncter- 
s^ an hoi^ competitor. Thus, 
neither short nor long weight or 
measure can be totai^ated. 

Supervisor Whit^Must heard 
addresses on tibe importance of 
weights and n^isuzcs achnini^a- 
tion !^ t)r. J. H. Hollomon, As- 
sistant Secrrtary of Commerce 
for Science and T^hnotogy; Jack 
N. Belirman, A^stant Secretary 
of Conanerce for Domestic and 
Intematioi^ Susine^; Dr. Robert 
Laoqnnan, Couaefl df ikrononak: 
Advisers^ a»l Us. %j. Y. Bs^en^ 
tme, Ctmanissiomef, Norti^ Caro- 
lim D^jarfanent of Agriculture, 
and President, tNatiowl Assoeki- 
tion of State iDei»urtoient of Api- 
culture. (He alw hesrd a rqiort 
of ztKent ad^nces in the scl^if^ 
ot mtmutati^ from Dr. A V. 
Astin, Director of thfe Natimal 
Burew of Standarcto. 

Free (MUt 
And D^bi 

OCBAi^A — fm mm who 
mmt €ab^ mA Amt, the Navd 
^ ItattW U Oe^U m Invitiog 
tmMtts to "heve Me m the 
Navy . . . cofftt and softdriidu 
mer Ttii Ah- IMttoB wflt ma a 
oMh Mp ^ tte J^ Obwrvitira 
P^ Ml me. m thte MriMd to 
M^ vtaH^ «h «tf ^ ti^De 
kMuI^ Hwn «< t^K^im wil 
H from ^M pm. 9im^ uaAU 



PROCLAMATION 



as 



Baptists Chnrch 
Bop HoU 
Cmnp4M 

BIRCHWOOD — The Royal 
AmbssMdor Cha|rter of the 
Thalia Lynn jfoptist Qiurch par- 
ticipeted in a wc^'Cik! ounp-out 
spcmscwed by the N<»folk Bap- 
t^ Assocatkm at Big Nfeactows 
Camf>-Site, Sky Liiw l>five, Va. 

Howard S^nm^s, Fr;mk Mar- 
shall aiKi Bob B^ii^tCM, coun> 
^k)rs md twefMy^me boys 
racing in age toxn im to twelve 
left on Friday noon ai^ r^med 
Sunday eveni^. 

In additicMi to n^mal campii^ 
experiences dw boys and theu* 
(X}unselk}rs ma& a noK mile hike 
into White Oak Cany(m on Sat- 
urday. 

On Sundi^ the poup were 
guests of the Mnn Stteet BaptlA 
Church in Luny Va. TTicy at- 
tentted SuiKlay Seho^ and 
church and were goests for dm- 
iMsr at tl^ church. 

After dinner the gnwp visited 
the Virginia Bi^stist Home In 
Ci#eper, Virgintt. 

Smith is Naval 
Reserve Gni^te 

MEM^n^ 'Hm.—Ctmlm B. 
&nith, AA, \]0(R, ton of Mir. and 
•llrs. Vito Magadi^, 9lf Ara- 
^na Blvd., Viigii^ Bte^ in» 
gia<hiatal recently fiMi ntntt 
training in the iNaval fi^ Mimtn 
Six-Montti Profrwi at the N«^ 
Air Iteserve Training Untt, MMft* 
phis. 

Smith wffl ei^r the technial 
training fiiase where he utt 
learn the skilb of an AviiQMi 
Etectronics TOSHMm to atMM 
at the Navd Air T«lM^ Tr^i- 
ing C(Hnmand, Ita^^ He » 
one of 1600 ^hd^^ traiflwl 
under this prc^am each yetf . 

Before enteilg4i» H$vm fit 
R^erve. Amift wu piAiited 
from frmem ^am Wjfik Mk>o1 
and was Mj^ed by tiK AAta^ 
tic R«fiiyi^^ 



WHEREAS: Jui^ 1, 1M3, hmI^ Ae cme hmdd^ AMvwury 
eCa^ IMivery SmAm ta tie Unte^ 9m^ ^tal tevne. 

WHBUBAS: Ttm s^rvm ^ fsowt stoc flie days d tfie Anencu 
Civil War to tte gr^tost ^ta» ottxammsOon tiiu country 
tti^ kiKwrai, wfth Ae Letter CarriiNr s^vi^ as a syniboi oi dib 
s^l^n, a he b se^ t^ alnoM iMwy city dwel^ in tte ctty 
at least atxx a da^, sn (kys a week — serviig ^ citi^m <k 
tte City of Vttpnta Beuh. 

WHEREAS: The ettflKin of ttis cii^ vww die Utter Carr^ in « 
}my t&WKMy lAatM, p^cnxm^ a Mly fwHic service to dieir 
p«trom an Aeir ttsfmAvc rmt». Alt^^i the Lett» Qtfrier 
is ffi a^t ftf the Fedenyi Oo^mnunt, ^ is in most c^es a 
ci&sen oftte city m wk^ he «f\m. He knyws his onanunity 
and ks {Hroblems. He takes |tf^ m tte ten that he tt a {^ 
of his oxnmunity ami i^vm to raaiatam better standar(fc in 
whkh he ai^ his {wbrom duA li^. 

WHEREAS: The Natk»al Assoctatkm of Letter Carricn, have, 
sia^ ih( founding in Ae year 1889, strived to help raise flie 
stiu^i^ of dw Leiter Gurier and improvwl Citf Deliveay 
Sennee, and BruKh No. 2819 <rf tfH; NatioiMi Au^tkm d 
tmei Offftars oi Ais city Imve ask^ me to teke this action; 

NOW, THER^ORB, I, Frank A. Dusch, Mayor of the City of 
Vbpiia B^di, do hercl^ {woclaim the week of July 1-6, 1963 
has§ the «ie hundredth anniversary erf City Delivery Service 
in ^e Unitod States Postal Scrvfcc as LETTER CARRIERS' 
WEEK h) n&s^itkm of the mitstanding and meritorious 
seniefe tt»y tst perfoiming in the public interest 

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND ON THIS THE 25th DAY OF 
JUNE, IN THE YEAR OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND 
SIXTY THREE. 

FRA NK A. DUSCH, Mayor 

■" - ' " '—"l' "I -■■ I'll! I II 1 -I- 1 I I III! I ■■..* "11 — , 

GOOD MANNERS /UD 
BOWLING PROMOTERS 

^Newi Cmrmfmim 

VIRGINIA BEACH— It waai't top many vears ago when 
Vicuna Batch was |Hioiie to attract driers amf c<m-artists and 
c^m t^cs of umksiraUe efis-acters yrho prey(») cm est^^iA^ 
busmesses and Ac publfc alike. 

To prot«:t the local residents am! tourists, tt has been made 
maa^tory Aat a^one commg 



into the area to work, sell, or 
solicit business is required to 
taw a Work Permit altowing 
Aum to operate N»Mf . To ^t 
the Permit, die applicant must 
give a permanent addr«», have 

II 1 

Fnneraif 

CHAIILES A. NAGIL 

VnOffllA BEACH -r Charles 
A. Nagel. 61. oi »» 77th St., hua- 
head el tte late Mm LUiisB Noe 
Hi^ awl sen ot Cbax^ uid 
Mitt. Ida Waftv Nagel, cted in a 
Norfolk hospital Satoda^ A 8:36 
aja. 

A native of Alexandria, he 
Ihred in Mm area 12 years. He 
was a n»ni>er of GadUlee Episco- 
pal Church, Owens^if asonic 
Lodge 164, United Roy^ Arch 
Chaffer 1, and Golden Years 
CliA. He was a retired aofdc^re 
of Maes & Brewnky de|aztaae»t 
store, Norfolk. 

Ife is airvh^ by two draf- 
ters, Mrs. Evelyn N. Mbtmen ot 
Vii^inia Beach and Mrs. D. C. 
Deane of Chaii^ton. 6. C; a as- 
ter, Mrs. Cyns B. Wood of Ssi 
Antonio, Tax.; and four fraiwi- 
diildren. 

A funeral ta^hce wm omduct- 
ed in Heikmsm^txmn Twasnl 
Home Mm^ A 11 a.ffi. 1^ the 
Rev. intaeea WaMoi of (kiffilee 
"SpiscopiA (Siureh, a^ the fU. 
Rev. W. A Crown, ntif^ Urfiop 
of ike Dio^ of SovthefD Vir- 
gil. Borial «^ m Bmwood 
Cesi^^ wKb MMcnfe rtt». 

ROBERT & NUDMiB 

AHAGONA— Robert B. Hu^- 
te^ ^, <rf 7425 lU^ Marie Ave. 
died raday hi a Va^mz Bemt 
mavng hcMne. 

A native of HalAx County, he 
w» a son ^ Mm Md Mrs. Mcy 
I^fves Hudgins and the hu^ttd 
(rf Ihe late Mrs. Ma^ SoloiMm 
Hi^ns. He was a retired nw- 
<iaaM and lived in Virgiria BeaA 
two years. He wm a member ot 
Crc^sroate ^t^ <^iich, Hali- 
fax. 

He ii snndved by a sm, R. 
Keith flhi^^fiM of Virgiua Beach; 
aid a Mstor, Mn. Muy H. (hith- 
rie of ttMMhe, N. C. 

The body m& sent CroiA ^fti- 
ek Fuaoii Home to Broqto fu- 
neral Home, &)uth B(^on, for a 
funaral sendee and ImM. 

BAKTCW mmm WHITE 

Hn^lGO'~&i4oft Mjf«ra Whtte, 
95, of Puflio Aed tt Ktem^htan 
Veterans Ho^fritd Wednesday. 

fie Wis a Mtive of N<Mf (^ and 
mttmrnt vea aU Mi We. 

He WM astn of the late Walter 
T. and Mrs. Annie -MaChias White 
nd a ntam of WcvM War n. 

He to ssnlved by his widow, 
UH. E^e QuToU ynato; a sra, 
Tlwn^^ W. Wf of Mundras 
PWi^ ^tt^fe ttfeb; a sIMo*, 
Mn. lAU Brterley of Loui^; 
^# two te^rthn^ ComeH P. 
IWKi aM Waltif t. White of 

A ismnA lovtae was ^nduct- 
mI in HottomM^rown Funeral 
Homs Sated^ M $ p.m. by Itev. 
€hrt«t T. jtendrida of reltow- 
tifM.qwtt. 8unal was 



a fdiotc^aph taken, and be fin- 
gerprhited. 

Tb(KC who arc honest afe 
happy to comity. Bwmesses 
.wlkkh hire persons who do not 
have tf» Work Permit leave 
ttoranelv^ wide open to trcwbte 
as the Police will have no way 
to apfxrei^nd ami (xmvkt the 
c^feo^rs. 

This does not mean that out- 
<rf-town OT cNtt-of-state oii^ani- 
zations are unwekome here; 
Viignria B^c4i is ha^iy to graiit 
permits to anyone who goes on 
record as to their integrity and 
intentims. 

Recently Joe I^elps, well- 
known pro^ietor <rf Thunder- 
bird Bowling lALoes, annouix^ 
a special summertiune twwlii^ 
IMomotioa. To help acquaint the 
pnblk with family-type recrea- 
tion, he coittracted Wagner- 
CoOTer & Associates, headed by 
Micnaiel Egan, to put over diis 
unkpe pro^ranl. 

%an belkves that by meeting 
the fniUk tedivid^lly at their 
hones and busimsses in the 
prc^r maniwr with highly 
traned neat appearing represen- 
tat&'es, and by offering the pub- 
lic a substantial a^i^, a tre- 
mendous amount of g(XKl will is 
created for their clients. Waener- 
Cboper & Associates have clients 
all over the United Smtes, Can- 
ada, and Mexico, and they put 
on good will camfmigns for drive- 
in restaurants, daury stores, serv- 
ice stations, cleaning and laundry 
establishments, motkn picture 
theatres and many other r^rea- 
ti<mal and retail outlets, as well 
as fw bowling centers. 

Egan said he would like to go 
on re<»rd with |M^isc for the 
.City oi Virginn Beach, its offi- 
cials, ^d the resktent:i as he has 
found the City to be among the 
clcdnest and the poopje nK^t 
congenial, of iill the plates he 
has enccNiatored in his nation- 
wide travels with his firm. He 
said 0tt ThuQ^'bird Bowling 
Lanes h% the reputation as cme 
of the fiM^t family bowling cen- 
ters in tiie nation and that was 
the bigget attraction to bis firm 
to Mwe to Virginia Beach. 

Oiief of Police J. E. Mowe 
and City Manager W. Russell 
Haldwti have afio wU ffiey are 
pleas^ Witt ihe manwr m 
wWch Att OntooKr Building 
PuMc Relatms fmn ccnduct^ 
thmsdves. 

Ptel^ is delight with tl» 
Thorns of tiie mtblk to tfiis 
peometia^ ud m wi^h^ to 
tlwdc mMkly t)m repve^nte- 
tives wiio did such a f ne jato: 
Mrs. Barbara Ann Beale, Mn. 
Ed» Ann Morris, Mr. Ann 
Sknitii, Mrs. Barbara Hanumml, 
Larry Nkkolson, Harper J^, 
and Ae crew maaa^, Edwm 
Arnold. 

**We MV hap^ to repmt this 
crew is now wwking for Baysidc 

^wiiag Lanes ia tte ^yside 

Borou^," PhelfM raid. 

■ ■ ■ '"'■" ' ' ' ^o 

If ypu are receiving social 
seearity ^^imtt, notify bc^ 
the Social ^carity Aibiittntra^ 
tiM and yma poA ^k% whoi 
^ $mm. Doa't mk s kfA or 
sMm 



Pulley Named 




Opened Last Week 





m, MAWHAW PULLEY 

NEW YORK— The EquitM)te 
Life Assurance Society of die 
U. S. recent^ aiuiwinced the ^- 
l«:ti<m of R. Br«Jshaw PuUey 
erf 148 Pinewoc^ Rd., Virginia 
Beach, Va., as 1963 Hoi^ 
Agent erf m a«toe ScMiihem Di- 
vision. A member ol the Here- 
by AgeiKy, RkfoKMK^ he mm 
oyer 896 other t^em m Ae di- 
vision whkh includes 10 South- 
em states and die District of 
Columbia. The setoctkm is made 
annually by the Equitable Old 
Guard, an organizatkm of the 
c«n|»ny's agency managers fr«n 
throughout the natim. 

It IS the second high honor 
this year for Mr. Pulley, a 24- 
year veteran ot the Equitable 
sates force. La^ Februaiy be 
was named a member of the 
company's President's Council at 
a conference of leading Equitable 

? reducers at GoronaA), CaW. 
he coomnl is made up of agents 
who have soM $1.5 million or 
more of life insurance during tiie 
past year. 

Active in civic affairs, Mr. 
Pulley is a dir«;tor of Virginia 
Kara C^neral HcMpital ami the 
United Communities Fund. He 
is aJw an elder of First Presby- 
terian Church and has served as 
chainnan of Red Cik»b ai^ pK&- 
ident of the Rotary Club. 

Elliott Retires As 
Veteran Executive 

WAiHINGTON, DC. — W. 

Gieim Elwtt, whme penMmM 
home is in Viiginia BokIi, Vs., 
is letiru^ as tte A^^uit of tl^ 
Natimal Chuantzatym of Vel»- 
ans of World War I, USA, Inc., 
on June 30, 1963. DmiB^ ^ 
three years ht hm ixea Urn CUef 
AihBUintrative (Mker <^ Urn Or- 
gatfi»tfon, membenAiips hsH m- 
created to over <^ quarte ol a 
nation membOTs, afA k u now 
Qm tftv4 l»^st Ve^ws grovp 
in tfie ooantry. 

Ellitm las oeen appointod tfie 
DepartniMt of Virginia A«^ut- 
ant, a |»rt tnne ^ositkm, by 
Jv^gfi Onrl^ W. CubA of Ctm- 
transbuig, Va., who was r^eatfy 
elected Department Commaider 
at Ihe State Conventi<m held in 
Abingdon, Va. 

In accepting Adiutant Elliott's 
letter of resi^ation, National 
Commander Edward J. Neron 
of California sakJ, in part, "I 
might state, befwe you c(melude 
your tour erf duty with us here 
at Natiomd, Aat we have en- 
io]^ yow BMviees and that you 
have been dficimt and at all 
times cooperative. We. naturally, 
will miss you twt I do not imefxi 
to stami in ywir way of retire- 
ment. Your offke has been con- 
ducted in a highly effKknt man- 
rwr and I sincerely fcwpe and 
trust that you ^ill enioy your 
new venturies, whatever they 
may be." 

Your social swurity office can 
and wffl give ye« facts alwrt ycMT 
retircmwit inwme-^et the in- 
formatfen idiead of rctftemcnt 
(tay. 




Memy k m 
ttet it b 0* u 
■ad enji9t|| flM 







LODBE HERE OFFERS 
NEW RESORT DESIGN 

VIR619IA BEACH—The lix-tftwy Amerieaiu Motor UAg&, 

which open«d June 25th, introduces on tfe» Virginia Boeh oetwlfont 

tilt mMt atfnoead fRfaUMtanl Item m mspk/ft^ M new mort 

atHMtOMs in dMania, Urn Vtm, TiuMM and "TlM l i l«*i ** 

With (the ataisuition of glaw hi — 

Umt idratilM Iqr vertical 8 Aory 

MtofflMt an Mb the north and 
•mtb liiM of the littlMteg^ 

Hit AmrieaiM it tkt lulest 

ntort <tt<ffiid by the ankMecr 

hiral Ann oi Oilvir and iKlth 

iummmm mmm wmm «««i^«A. CenHwAhif firm fir the 

northern eapoii i r t ereiite an d* 
kiiitn of auiiflil in tte eoftoMd 

donidora. Staggered bal<»nie8 on 

tht smihea^ afford oeMueeiw V^ 



.-^,,__„ , M% el the wtMt 

Mtk md wfttint itiMlHl*, ttt 

motor lodge is ingiaiooity 

i^pied to 4bm 

Views nra eiiMf 

flu from a seaside sotting 



vtews for ea^ ^Mt roni. }^km- 



Local Officers 
End Trainmg 

KBCHMONb— Two V 1 rf i B ti 
jfoach police officers w«e aswng 
tin S5 ^^uat« of the "ntfrd 
Set^m of the 19<@ Cei^al Po- 
lice Training School at State 9o- 
lice H^kioart^fs ilfidiqf. 

Patrohmn Gew^ frank Rob- 
erts, Jr. and Patrohnan K-9 Httty 
Stewart Seager, Jr. wae imnrded 
eertificates of attendance in the 
course 1^ Sgt. James W. Steele 
am! Capt. T. E. OSoyd, directol rf 
ih& school. 

The training schotds are spm' 
aored by the Vir^a Association 
rtf Chiefs <rf Pdice, with the cc^ 
(^ratitm of Q» Virginia Munici- 
fal Lei^e and the ^te depart- 
ment of Eduortim. 

The insfru^loittl tftff comsA$ 
of over 9d pd^ md ]sm m- 
toxcmi&TA speddMs drawn bom 
various ^hk^ ot locd, alirte 
end Yedefid ontts <rf gofennie^ 

This ia the thinl and finid ^- 
tion of the 19M Caitnd P<4^ 
Training Sch<»ls fOT hx^ oM- 
eers. Ovm 3,000 '^o^ ofRmn 
hSiVe been fntemd frtin th(^i 
Khools o\& Ihe ycours. 



Co. Ite AmerkajM la ««m4 by 
Atlantic Stndf Cofporatten with 
John M. Yates hi the managerial 



i%e dew (Motor (Lodge wltt be 



'^^i^'^'^aS^SZ'^ ^-^ ;«u^ court" " V.^ 

tecturtf (feature is the six alary 8»» **«*«»• 

tower with dual glass wafa. <ta 

the groimd floor in fr(»t <rf the 

tower »'a Jet iftream fountain ami 

spin p«)l — on each floor the 

tower kifeMes serve M I oy^ f ctf 

ae tk)^ ^teed wtomatk ele- 

vMor, thus i^Mntfa^ a dnen^- 

seoi^ view to levator ptmast 

gers. 

Anoiiier nnique de^ li^tare 
is the stilt construction used on 
tte fround lev^ <rf Ow MmX& 
Avenue w^ — (V«n <m tiwee 
sides the covered breeseiMgr ter- 
ras taMyy with its isttmaUm 
office and driw up entoiee 
eommands a broad view ol pool 
patio and o^an. 

Lwrtbcaped ftiHe 

The estao oaeaCRait ««t te- 
aide Hhe L i^^ ^iMta^ to de- 
voted to a spacious landscape 
patio and ain terraioe with 57' 
▼iolin conUwred port. Cootw*- 
fently neaiiby are eeiNBaie Mhilt 
and children's ihowo' stidls. 

Each o< the 65 faest ronns in 
The Ainerictta hi» its own pri- 
vate foyer wluch (^ens to a blge 
vanity bath and to a ^adous bN- 
room with a private o^an veT-, 
anda acc^^ble ifay a tfkling door 
in the ^^i^ waB, 

Interior decoratitni fitfows the 
nMHtem tlMne oi the erterior; 
ftimitare » Danidi Modem, «»l- 
«s Scaz^amvon. Itomoa have a 
eoiweisation cam^, TV,.AM-FM 
radio, <H)ntn^d heat and air- 
etHiditioning. 

The Motor lodge wll be to^ 



Gets Navy Conteact 

^M#OLX — The f «i4M^ 
CM^r^ton Co. o< Virfinll 
Beach has been awaited a l'^?,- 
914 IVavy eMtonet for 4h» ,<Km- 
iM^ otf U. A mm^ Ittrte 
Cmi^ and Coart <^ard R^nrn 
Ti%hiii« Center it ti» L^ 

tiew muR, Want #• roiei nn, 
eomnwndanft 5th navri diftrlcA, 
«M ttat tto new ^nter when 
eooflehNl wtt mpltm temporal^ 
Na^ nnefve «b4 Marine Coriul 
Training Centers at I^rtanouth 
a^ l«^folk, wlA^h 'vwre not wlgK 
inaOty hitoi^dlc* ta^ tam use/ 

1%e flew Cinter irtll serve 
Navy, Ifartne Corps and Cmjk 
Qmad iwierii^ in the dttea of 
Norfdk, Portamoiiyi, V i r g i n 1 1 
Beach awl <%e»peake; the Vlr^ 
giflrii liMm ^wre ^wtte of 
Accoma^ and NorttMq^tt^ tire 
Virginia cowitiea df Brunswick, 
Greensvilte, Suraex, Surry, South- 
ampton, 1^ of Wright and 
Nanara^f and -the 16 maritinM 
counttes ol North Carotnu. 

Rear ^hn. W. C. G. Cluireh, 
director Inireau yar^ an* 46ete, 
Atlantk, wMch vwuNtod ti» pm- 
tract said that work on the center 
will begin early next mortth. It is 
sch^uled to be compter iii 
June of 1064. 

The firm of Quiver aiwl Hol- 
Und of !Norf dk d^gned tl» new 
training cei^r. 




AtlflRtie Futl 
Oil Co. 

CM: 

D«y or Ni^t 



— serving the 

NINTH Largest City 

In the 

Umte<^ States 



CLEAN 



PREMIUM 

MiATINGOIL 



Correspondeiits 



Mrs. Rita Vellines 



Mrs. Doris Padrick 



464-1229 Bayslde 

Chesapeake Beach 
Ocean Park 

341-1978 King's Grant 

Pine wood Gardens 
Eastern Park 



Mrs. Peggy Holland 428-7993 Bay Colony 

Llnkhorn Park 
North Virginia Beach 

Mrs. Bdw«rd Tippo 341-3674 Thalia 

(10 a.m.-4 p.m.) Birchwood Gardens 
Maiibu 

Mrs. Kay Johnson 341-4942 Chesopelan Colony 
^a^t 6 |B.m. Princess Anne Plaza • 



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9mm .III ■■ -nu mmmmmmKmmmmKmmmmimi^m 



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1 




£ LEAGUERS 
NAME ALL-STARS 

VIROINIA BEACH— Tte ita«tett IMOa iMaa AU-Sttr 
^ WM^Mlectwi ly tte forMpK nw^ft at a w&M mert- 
^ Saturday. 

IJe ^enii^ game d mmtamA play wlU *e held Mv 19 
-tth$VB]pBiaBeMhH^S^flDlafttet«&f ' 



LMtle Leajue team will m^t the 
Bluebird Ltole Leamw AU-^rs 

VMb of Aese ^ms v(«fe <to- 
feated in the first naaB last year 
by one ran. The m^nfe m 
%o WbkI's C<wi^ md Ac Vir- 
nnia Beach Aiperieara were de- 
fc«cd by the Norfolk Naval 
Btte in a thrillii^ 1 to game. 
Viriinta Betu^ArnvKan AU- 
^rs have t^a Mealed by om 
nin in the fiist toumameirt g/une 
for the part two years. 

MiiHbm «f Ma y$u^» 
Aimitai LMe Umm AB- 

Mwi kMides Dong C^«^Mi» 
lohmqr MhMM, IhM M^ 
ui TMi tartai, l^pMf Sitiv 
TlMMK tt^ Bmmp hm4m, 
SpMM MMy ^mm. Ih 

"^■■•■^^p ^rWWVj ■^■■■^•■■B jp^i^ 

ni^ ^My bmmi iin 



NYLON • StUU 

iETTINe 

CORKS • LEAEW - IKSnUI 

' 1 

J. P. SADLER INC. 
VA. BEACH 428.7I»7 



HoUe 



eld wlwa fte ^atrfca n 

R««, C^iib^ and IM Mmm, 
W JMnhm 4Ate^i!^ 

Alw lele^rf were a poop erf 
ai^mtn it^ will serve a» 
bMk-^. imnben to ikt {regular 
AU-^tin m tlw evwtt a nrk". 
stringer is unabte to play. TTi^ 
include: Raynmnd C. McGratti 
Jr., M^ ftm^ and Mike Den* 
nis, Spor*; MiMm Cunie» 
Ti^rs; ai^ M&e Atkini, Ori». 
Ren It RtaH^pr 

Miuia^r <^ the Allr&art is 
mstmua^y OHEMgei of iht team 
toatUi^ me te^ stamUnp, 
fAkh thw year wmM be Tij^ 
^MM^ff t^ Don. Hov^r, 
tee^ae of bmlMK wmmtanai^, 
1^1 wUf be MMiM to Mi^^ 
fte AH-Ston airf Qib MaMger 
JM Rmn has feeen nm^ in 
Us 10m, 

Wlum fli #» Jb^ 19 fane 
betiMN^n ymam peach and 
Mu^infc vm omM the wiimet 
d a cooipMiMMi vi ^MW tiff^ 

LesiMS ol Vk^u^ Be«di and 
Little Creek. llM p^y-off game 
. wK be heM My 20 at Virginis 
Uncb H%li Amooi 

pinet will oonw frcnn a pool of 
aU ai^ le«pw umpma nid «> 
Howiie ifiw wwk any mme in 




SURF 
BOARDS 

• Water Skils • Surf Floats 
FISHING TACKLE 



FUEL. FEED 



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Want to r«nt a reom-tti«y'i« litt«d in Cla taHitJ took now! 




hi VMiinf Omt Onlf 



HUND NAMi 

* T*dd> * Hiiiimiiliii 






W§u^ Mi^ 



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SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

JUNE $0, 1963 

iacb InvMlor't Ac«o«mt kiivrod A^alfitl Lois Up to $10,096.60 
Curropt Dividond Rato— 4% per annum 



ASSETS 

First A^rtgage Loans $ 

dnaro Loans ••••.#•••.•••..« 
Stock in F.H.L.B. ............. 

U.S. Governnnent Bonds 

Cash in Banks 

Office Building (less depr.) .... 
Furnrtyr© & Fixtures (less depr.) 

Deferred Oiarges 

Other Asseto . • . • ...*.• 



5,298,196.52 

83,601.37 

67,000^00 

310,988.73 

212,019.69 

84,961.44 

5,789.07 

T,7t7.61 

31,5.85.48 



TOTAL ASSETS $ 6,095,939.91 



CAPITAL AND LIA8IUTIES 

Capital $ 5,560,01 0.50 

Advar»ces from FH.L.B 100,000.00 

Other Lidbilltl^ 5,269.36 

Loans in Process u 6,400-00 

Specific Reserves 2,430.74 

G^nwaJ Reserves 415,210.09 

Undlvldtrf Profits 6,619.22 

TOTAL CAPITAL AND 

LlAilLITIES $ 6,095,939.91 



P. W. Ackks 
I*. W. L. Taytor^ 
Skiney S. Kel^un 



OFFICERS Ah© DIRECTORS 

Roy Smidi, Presi^tet 

W. H. Teny. Jr., ExiKmtivt V'm fn^drnt 

R. B. Titter, Vice PresMent 

Mary BraJ|^, Secrete^ 

R. S. K^t, Jr., Tnasurer 



210-25th Street, Virginia Beach, Va. 



E. H. Chweh 
Richard B 
C. R. Bry»t 



Telephone ^ GAtdsn 8-9331 



Mender Fwferal ►kw^ L<^n B«nk %steni 



HOME RMS mMTY 
IRMIERICJUIL 




the ^^mmm IMtte L«gM bim- 
bal gmm tew ftMAi twwdid ta a 
h#i|tt-iP«ft aetNtt >A flfv 
ctattM vfi^^ fMif pitiklyal- 
li^ IfMH to ^A&-ttiwt W«M^ 




ta^tcted ^^nMf fat- 
tifli «fi QMr freuad, m to aporik, 
thif mum i^li a ^emtasy «f 
maj i i g wni tod ooaet^ tedc vi 

— - - Jititm I ■» i . ifi I I -rtff r I III II ,„ J i. %.^ 

SuincKni auveicimra Ima UIc 
near-loss <rf oto team spcmsOT. 



TIKI 6IRU LiAGUt 
^IFTBALL 

Toni^t— 7:M p.m., Amb^ ^s, 
Rim]bters at laxtari; Sm pm. 
Courthouse m Gr««Bwich aft Lu- 
tord. 

JWv ted— 7^ pja.. Tkelia vs. 
dMlpMice Bia^ at imxtoM; 

at L4ixford; 7:30 p.m., KnupsvUte 
vs. C(xiith<xiia at Creeds; 8:30 
pjB., Greenwidi vs. Creeds aft 

MffXMT LEAmiE BASEBALL 

Ihoni^t — 6:00 pjn., Town & 
Comrtry vs. ^ars at KempsviBe 
JW. 1; 6^)0 pjn., Indians vs. 
Yankees tt "Woodstock; 8:00 pjn., 
Ccrfts vs. CaitHn^ at Woodcock. 

Julf 3rd— 4J:O0 pjn., Indians 
rs. Creeds at Kempsville No. 1; 
8;<NI pjn., Cardinals vs. Town & 
^miAy al Woodstock; 8:00 p.m., 
Yankees vs. iBears at WoodsftodE. 

July IMh— 6:00 ,p jn., Rtabeis vs. 
Colts at Woodstock; 6:00 p.m., 
Dodgera vs. Coartlum^ at Wood- 
stock. 

CGfLT LEAGUE BASEBALL 

Ttffl^;bt— 6:00 pjn., Woodcock 
vs. iConpe^e at Kempsvffle No. 
1. 

July 5th — 8:00 p.m., Caatl' 
house vs. Wbecbttodc ift Kenpa- 
ville No. 1. 

July 6th — 8:00 p.m., Kemps- 
ville m CottiiUMnne a& Kemips- 
ville N4 I. , 



WOAAEt^S SOFTBALL LEAGUE 
LMgu* Stendhi gs la af Jima IBk 

1963 

W L 
Pm^o Insurance 8 

Aon^ona 6 3 

C^an-thouse 4 4 

(Xeam 4 4 

Chonpe^ 6ea^ 3 S 

Qreefttmeh Jf 

DUFFER SOFTBALL LEAGUE 
Laagna S9$nd^i9t at «f ^tw 21, 

1963 

KempsviHe 
Teachers 

Overtomi 



W 
6 
6 
3 

1 



Tk«NmrLMkbiLoir-(^stp 
NIlfMFiiii TnMsptrtaMnI 




MOM* "WR 

eliiMiit $»• ^^^^^^^^" 
pit'i InMpartMM kiMte all «Mr ikt 
HorM. TMs ftu Mm men Am om 

nHlflW miHl IHBR mm Wfmm9 wnl VvT 

Hm^m fgr work, idMol, rtcrMttonI 

• 6ilMtt rt ■ wMtMr-«iM 4V iM.t- 

• fiti* «p to 22S M.P.L {m |M-(rti 
mMm HMded) • PmnrnI » cc OIW 
4-A«lif MglM • S-tuMd MimMi- 
ilen, automatic cl^ • PutMNMm 

MMw Mm jrtat MONm TXMI. "Up 

Manass A»«ie mamne 

1764 Vii^inla Beac^ Blvd. 
OCEANA 

PHONE 428.aK»S 

Authorized ^HONDA'' 

DMier in Norfolk And 

Virginia BMch 



Yet it overcaiae Qieaa frab- 
lem ii^ ttnn ta open fba seawn 
and Ol aairiy 100 paitidpatlag 

bodi ttair 
war with 
Bm iMMt jp e rtamanj ip tliay caold 
moitcf. 

Th&r attO aead sappert aid 
laagae aSlcirfa kope that more 
apaclaton^ eipaclaQy parents of 
dia fhqwn^ iA m airt mmy 
tam^ mi 'nmmia^ iri|^ to 

Gl^^r cflie aCgFS OB. 

• « • « 

'nam hmtb-rvma were made 
ta the first pme Thrn^di^ n^t 
ImlffceB ttie Tlgei'^ and J^pnts 
irm me 'tween Mch« a 10 to 6 
victory. 

2' nHNHS^ I bMOH0 

Bern f^W^Bmrt imatttli 
tlK first innii^ with Dmig Cmt^ 
tan aaiUof ane mrm the l»ce 
wiOi two <» base »d' fumB^ 
WmM&tt doing the sune with one 
on toaa. Pate Cunnnuga hk his 
homer /of the ^K>rts In the third 
temni wdft as ena oe Doaa. 

T^er Chtfle Martin 1^ a 
dmiMa m the^ ^ aad Itttasf 
BaglA n^de a doiAle to the M 
ta- ^ loaini taam. Esgliali 
atnKk oBl BiM wMla i^hi^ 
i&ttbe SptetaaAd llg^ pM^0 
^ru(& (Nit five. The llgen nide 
tteir 10 ruBs Oft 11 hita, the 
Sports had 6 nus oo 7 kit*. 

bi A* aacaml ganw Bm Cuiw 
flatMMd nia KolanaM v* la 2 
wiH> Bw CidM makint Bidr 
WM an 11 Mte and tha Betor^ 
MMs an 7 Mm* 

Ci^ pitchtf Bobby Buxton 
^nick out seven while ^ly Al- 
DMMid strui^ otft four in the first 
four innings for the Rotarians 
and Hot) Johnson struck out five 
i^ler ha took, over the mtNuid in 
fheSm. 

Cuft) Kenqy "Mlel <fotrit>Ied ia Q^ 
2nd and Rotarians ikitdi Pateier 
doubled in the 4th and 6(^ John- 
son followed suit in the 5th. 

In tMi^'s double-header the 
Cubs wiD meet the Tigers M 5:W 
and &e Hotarians w&l challenge 
the Spoits syt 7-.^. 



VI^MIi tea^ SUH^^VS, Tum^« July % %9m 

Page 5 



PuikH jiflM lihiiif 



1^ 3 miinin m cm it 

ligjM ^ l^H^amr at VS, 
6:00. Ml 5— Seaboaid vs. tty- 
side td BM^ . 6:09; CJUC vs. 
LmAmm al SB.; #«^ Sco- 

tadt vs. Ntwli^it at U.fC., &O0. 




BOWMAN 



BOATS DOVrr HAVE BRAKES 

By HANK WIEAND BOWMAN 

Ona ol my iavMrtte marine eaitwns pictures a British tnanp 
frdghter crasUng IMo a pier, llie siteel plates ctf the slip's \xm an 
torn open and pier tirrfbera reducad to kindHng. A l<Htdb^ craiM is 
toppling into &e water and a seaman. l»vi^ a Uae, bM to^a 
hurtled into mid-air. ~~~ "■ 



Os OM w^ oi the hridp a 
bewildered Uttte eSauraeter in 
captain's gait Is stown wriRging. 
his hands in desf^, statmg, 
'Dearie me, Td 0va at ^mA two 
bob had this not iMppeBed." 

More lecently nn Lake Au^in, 
Texas, a diow-off boat loptiator 
would have given the same 
muxM or more to hxm lurd his 
iMtat back in deep wi^o- ag^ 
ttfitenaged, i^er he had mis- 
Iwlfed Im detrance and sent Mr 
boat, Witt engine runnmg fuD- 
hcae, lirwenty y^ods onto (by laikU 

Tlwugh testis boats <tf ^ 
wortM is a part ala^ inoiesstow 
I qj^Meh any tawlteg with ex- 
treme GauUoB vtA A a coiwerva- 
tive pace. I teamed iMg i^ that 
tteottles cKi jam, ^^a s^t^ (ht 
rte«ring fail to funetion an) en- 
giaast^. 

^iSftd b(Mit tandlers take ad- 
vaii^e of natural etements that 
play in their favor. Whenever 
p<mil>le, as you make an ap- 
proach for a lairiiing, head the 
bow of your boat iato the wind 
or current, whidievar has the 
greatest bsakiag effect (m ymif 
hufi. Always have an esc:^ route 
in mi^. Head toward a mooring 
or a s^ »i as idling tlaroiUle 
setting and i» such a manner 
that, 'riieiiid you wi^^^imate 
ymv boat's ^ed mA realise at 
the la^ mhu^ that it h^ too 
iBuch headway to stop ^tur^ 
(T witk tbe imi^m e£^ of 
year tev^iaa ^sar, yM can orcle 
and malBi «nther aUemlit. 

An (ndef changing frcnn smdl 
to larg^ power may fiad;^ ad- 



visable to ^Mk out the di^r- 
ence in perfcun^ce of his new, 
more powerful txKtt before {Kit- 
ting hi for a iir^ dodctng try. 

OiHaROt bei^ aiC varyta^ 
wei^t and design dMft aft (ttf- 
ferent ^>eeds on^ their power 
has been drat oM. 

Boato doa't have todces. 



National League 
Has H»ty Wee* 

VfRfHOA BiACM— Oat of 1 
heavy NatiOMd Little League 
schedule laat week of o^ game 
on OMondiv and dodble-hes^ers 
on We dne«fa >y md tlnirsday, the 
Hawks chi&ed up tvro wms aaA 
one tie. 

"niey defeated ^ Pip«s Mon- 
day 15 to 4 aiKi in the seemd 
game Wednesday dewn«l the 
Thundeibirds 8 to t is a nakfrop 
game. They imra apis jutted 
against ^ l^radeil^tfa in a 
regular^ sc}ie(hited ^une Thurs- 
day but time nm out aaA ended 
in a 3 to 3 tie. The pme wUI be 
replayed. 

The Littte Giants l^rely edged 
ml the Pipers 7 to 6 in the early 
game Wednesday in another 
make-op pom bvA ttie Pip^s 
came back vH&i fury Tlnffsd^r 
nighft to defeat the Giante 12 to 7. 

,The Nati(xnd Little Lei^lue 
games are held every Monidb^ 
and Thursday night a* the Vir- 
ginia Beach iHigh Scliool ath^k 
field. T^ firrt gsmt m at 5:30 
p m. The public tevtted fife oi 
chaise. 



Ir. High BasebaB 

July 1— Nca^^ vs. Bayside 
at BW, 6:00; : Seaboard vs. Sea- 
tack at SB, 6:00. hOfi — Bay- 
side vs. Seat** at BW, 6:00; 
Seabodrd vs.' C&K a» SB, 6:00. 



Elemeoitfy Giris SoMaB 

July I-— Setbt^d 1*. SeatoiA 
at UK, 6:00; Bayside vs. C&K 
at BW, 6:00. 



Ugh GMi SoBbaH 

July 1— Sektock vs. Seaboard 
at UK, 8:00, July 2— Newlight 
vs. Bayside at &W, 6:00; July 3 
—C&K vs. Newlig^ at UK, 
6:00; Bayside ts. S^ttck at BW, 
6:00; July 5— Seaboard vs. GJcK 
at BW, 6:00. 

High Boys SeNMI 

July I— Seafadt *». MewH^ 
at BW, 8:00. Jo^ 3— ^fsSde 
vs. C*k at BW, 8:00. July 5— 
Bavsitte vs. Se»tac± at BW, 
8:00. 



Ddltr S^Mtt 

Jvdj 2 — S^^tdc vs. Seaboard 
at UK, «:«0; NawUght vs. Baj^ 
side at BW, 8:0a July 3— C«t 
vs. NewM^ at UK, 8:00. 

Persons who are receivmg so- 
cial security benefits on behalf 
of chiltbrcn must report the fol- 
lowing events: marriage, a(k>p- 
tion or deaiA ol the cMld m 
children. 



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Pungo Esso In First Place 



In li^ week's actwn in the 
Men's Unlkaited Soi^all Lea^ic, 
Pongo WSO Boeved mto a virtual 
tk lor 1st ptaea as Biey took the 
naasare of Water' iRSi^ 7 to 1 
and en Thurscbqr pu^i^ Cmut- 
house further into the c^kur by 
dnibbii^ them 9 to 2. Pungo 
ESSO has been getUng fine per- 
fiuraoancm frcun Guy Biggs, Bon- 
ney mherui^, and Clark WhUe- 
hurst aiMJi are now m position to 
take over sole possession of the 
lead if one of the other leadei^ 
weaken. 

Ch«ap«ike Beach las finally 
shovi^ seme w^ ^Mte aiM im- 
til Tlhvsdnr wh|n ft^ coaled 
the ^rel^M ir&gbua Bsieh 
team \l to I, tkey had loft 3 
straight ball lEonas. Rings BSBO, 
OceSAa, ayM tathskaH^r aaeb 
took ttttir mejMDe. Plagued by 
tempfts too hot to handle, and 
genend over confldedec, tiw Ban- 
ford-led Beadimen aOowMl three 
other taaais to ai^:h tfe^n m tte 
race fo rthe top spot 

ThaBaihsisda^ Leonge, ted by 
Geoi^ ]>agur and Qdvin Gibson 
bounced back fiom a diffeat M 
CfAeram Plan aiMi wan ma 
Chesapeid^ Beaeh S to 4 and 
Knotto UMd 13 to U^ and are. 
now in ^od positiea to take ovet 
the t^ nmg in tlw lea^gue. 

The BtethAeller lounge ia a 
team that bas the potential to 
t%ally pik v^ the runs, btrt for 
somfi reat»)ii have ju^ lardy 
been w m in^a^ ^ ix^ the games 
agaiiHl supp(»edly weaker ckds. 
If and when they do reach their 
full potential they wJD be a threat 



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to anyone tliey play. . 

Ned Cteefy ai^ 1^ Vn^inia 
Beach Twins have had tfMir nps 
and downs and tn^ tM^ ran ha^ 
Chesapeake Basdi w«pe afftear- 
ing to be ttae (iast torse in Cte 
tight race fa* Ow ottwn. bjuxies 
and an sri^uniiu:^ of 
are not the fcsmida for a 
season. Vir^nia Beadi beat 
go ESSO IB to 6 and O^ana 
Dukes 7 to 4 and iMd they belli 
the Chess^)eake Beaeh nine wflp 
ha^«e been in poSWon to take ofwr 
in the race. Chesap^ute capital- 
ized oq ffiroi^ and ^ tacK-d 
huaye whia il^tfialAr Pakder 
faiM to go after a miteed flyito 
Qie outfield crI tfowed Mm 
ChesapeiAe runs to cxtias Ik 
plate. 

Walter Beal^ k» attl nai ^t 
of the race add iril ,be t^^r 
eonq[>eKi4iM labadL 

In «:tioa this week th^e 
be only games oo Tt^sitaf 
due to the ^h of Juiy Ho] 

Action wlB r^nw on a 
schedute en the ttb of July. K 
yoo want fast action and a iist 
race cmm out to see lor yetfnelf 
soBie of fiae^ sirftb^ te the tAiA. 
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v^y begtaning in 1953, Sand- 
M^ ^9ch was i^anned and 
devdo|}ed as a family bei^ — 
the p&^tGt resort for any famfly 
to enjoy, tofctlier, nature's won- 
d«?: TIk I^th-tpvii^ warmtfi 
of tiie utti, fte mjei^ Atlantic 
»uf sweejxoig 8CR»s (dean whte 
Mild, f^itar crabt %urrvii^ up 
Ae b^Kh while sea birch flide 
b^iy ov^^d, lollii^ (toes 
ocwned widt sea oats, wax 
myrtle and live oak. . . . Tliere 
is no niglit (dub, ao amusement 
t»rk, and su^ smt foi^al store 
(at whkh all tbs iMKessi&s o€ 
beach life are available), hit fcH* 
thme with m appreciatioit of 
tli^e gl(^(ws gi^ of nature, a 
maikm at SmmA^ wlH be 
nKxe rewaxdH^ than you can 
potsiUy ima^ie. 

There » 1^3)^ fri^h-wator 
ftdiii^ boMi^ imd mattt dding 
in ^» B^y ind Lake Tecnn- 
^, both at Sf^Arid^e. Th«e 
tt surf Qffiti^ bi ^ OciHm ai^ 
dise vn tsB sand mcmrtann' to 
clvnb. Des^t^ O^M Guard 
stttkns mxifii of SaaA)rklf{e, 
Natty T&u^asd on focA or by 
bea(di l^^y. are ritaotRmiiiders 
of riormy dbrfs fme % when 
tiie pou^^ AtkMK surf 
clain»d many a ibq} tiat voi- 
tered too clow to flM»e beauttfd 
bmif^». "Wik ii» cl^n sbarp 
tm^ dl rak in die tar, you too 
will wGime ths romaft^ and ex- 
cttenMA ctf the te^te* ^1! 

Exceltot ^ 0CMn^ awl 
tennis c(xiits «e a A6rt 20 mm- 
iite dri^ btm. ^wfixtip, at 
Virpntt B«ac3i and Kenpsvitte. 
Viipnu ^esH^ boai^ reuty fine 
du^ im1 hufe dei}«tattflit 
stc^ ibt v»»tkm Aofipers. 

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Garrison, Wallace Burk^ (Tunis Lumsden, David Morgan 
ami Bob Jenninp. (Hk^ by Tcmh Nixon) 

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VltfeGMIA BBAOI— Tlw 6ea(^ 
Amalair Ra^ Chib UBmAled 
onmiimc^ODS cquipmenta- 
nl^ the wtxa^ tr»ls of Sea- 
tfiore ^ate nark recei^ to tate 
part in OM ctf the wo(A '^o^x&m 
m&ats in the ll^d ol amatew 
radk). 

i&wwn as 'TIeJd Osy", the et- 
ercise is held amiuaQy, its |«ir- 
p^e being to assenifle tiie popu- 
lMi<m of sturteur ra(fio openrtois 
thnm^KNrt tl» U^ed States un^ 
(to one oi^uriaatitm ^pp^^ring 
emo^ncy coD)imink^(HW with 
tl» use of en»rgeocy power. 

l^e Beadi dxA mahMained a 
24 - h<mr (wmiminicatioBi Kfvice 
MMimHiiiicMioia service ttam five 
pjn. Sataiday, .tane ^ ttewi^ 
l^iwlay, contacting sack p^^ as 
the Canai Zoqe and I^MZto B^ 
ia ac^oi to ma n eroos e(ntaels 
with amat^us in (be t^ited 
States. 

This miffks the third year that 
dM| m^obefii have i^rtkapated 
in ti» exraeise |md in so doli^ 
they ha(ve irm^ out mai^ of die 
PkUcts «M»uatei%d in nudcb^ 
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dufluny. QnBen «< diaoMnds from 
tf» IXMUd drew East* a Ui« ai^ 
SiMrtb imtf q^ «tth «m aee. Sontt 
duffed a ^4e on ttie Ung of 
hearts, trumped a iMit on ttie 
btMtfd; fluD led a low q>ade from 
tte (tammjr. l^it woo fte ^h 
wM a« aea and retemed a (Ua- 
nmd 1H1M1 West covered widi 
tte Aid. West then zetoaed a 
fiaa»Mid n^icb feU to ttte tea. 
SiMdh raffed remafaitag hnrts on 
dM Aanood and wu kft witt 
two good qMe trkto aad tw r»- 
mafaiibr of ^bi to Mrilr ai^a 
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Thnm^ ^filiation widi the 
AmerK^ui (Radio Relay League 
and under the control of the Fed- 
eral Commumcations Cknnmiafiioi^ 
the oModTers of the diAi are now 
in the ptKess of ass«mbiHng a 
(»mntiak»ti(»s link widi tbe leat 
of the etate and the mttkm wl^h, 
in an emergency^ may prove use- 
ful in kee^ng in touch with de- 
v^agmmiB dutmghout the reirt 
of d^ worM. 

Those int^reated in akling Um 
(dub thnm^ Civil 3>etfenK or 
who are interested in becwniqg 
mmb&a, are invtod to att^id 
its n^tings at 8 pjn. on d^ first 
and third Thuradajm of mA 

month in the iqiM^tg room d 
the Vtr^iia Bea<£ flore Depsrt- 
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Tidewater 
Arts Event 
Opens July 7 

NORFOLK— Art, music, dis- 
plays, theatre and dance are <mly 
a cursory (te^ripticm of fte art- 
fare scheduled f<M- the Norfolk 
Arts Festival (the former Tide- 
water Arts Festival), July 7-28 
at die City Park in Norfolk. 
Iliere is no Clauds tor ulmifr- 
taiK%. 

TTie Norfdk Arts Festival is 
{Noduced l^ the Tidewater Arte 
Coumnl, Inc., which is made up 
of all the majof cultural organi- 
zations in Norfcdk, such as iht 
Symph<my and Choral Assc)cia- 
ifcm, Little Tlieatre, and more 
than a score oi other ii^omiae^ 
groups. 

In its centnd and appe^ii^ 
Ktting in and around tlv: City 
Park's amphi-theatre, the festivd 
will op«i at 8:30 p.m. on July 7 
#ith a ccMU^t by the Feldman 
CSiambdr Music uartet, to be fol- 
lowed the next afternoon with a 
special Indian Show for die clul- 
dren, featuring die ^i-Co-Ak In- 
dians. 

Tlie same wwk includes two 
evening r^rfommnces df 'The 
Steadfast Tin Soldier," p-esented 
by die Children's Theatre, fol- 
lo^wl later in die wwk by diree 
evming performances of "Three 
Men on a Horsp," n^esented by 
die Norfolk Little Theatre. 

The next two weeks wil in- 
clude a children's art show, art 
exhibitions by the Tidewater Ar- 
tists Associatitm, two evenini; 
performances of the Norfolk 
Civic Ballet, Tidewater Theatre's 
dir^-ni^'t run of "Madwdi," 
plus many other futures that in- 
clude armed forces concert or- 
chestras and a special evenim; of 
jtoz that will be <»miposed of 
three jaxz orcdiestr^. 

The Norfdk Symphony Or- 
(diestm wiB be added to the pro- 
gram this year tor the first time; 
die concert wiH be on the final 
evening of the fratival. The stage 
exhibits wiR (^ce more include 
ceramKs, lead^n^^ing, weav- 
ing and {Aott^raf^y. 





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V« ahmld fdwaya ^pziN:!' 
aliMd tnake ftil] uae of our 
0«d>^v«n powers and iri^ili- 
Mm, InMfi^ ^ ^vjNtac tiia 
telente of oth«rt we mi^ fe- 
^^n^r that Re hM endo^rad 
tta wtth many idfti; tibat ws 
need only open our mlAda to 
thi light of the SpMt, our 
heaMi to file undttri^Adtng 
of tJbm Spirit and our lives to 
Uie newer of the Soirit 



jm SL J<An e&^Mn wWh f^nk 
Sinatra and Lee J. Cobb in the 
provaoitive comedy "Come &mi 
Y<xu- Horn" vdikdi will be sbomi 
at the B^kch Th^itre Wedn^day 
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•POBSU.'MNnr to the tenm oi 
pertaia dMretal ord«r entered ui 
fhe Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on [ 
18th day of June, 1963, in tiic 
chancery cause of Conrniomivealth 
of Virginia, who sues for the ben- 
efit of COUNTY OF iPRJNIOGSE 
ANNE, a political wbdiviston 
thenof, OooiplaiOiBt, against 
iSUMbeUi R. £l3ieridge. et al De- 
{en<lant3, the undersigned Special 
Commiasioner will offer for sale 
at pMic auction at the front door 
of tiie Courtbouae of Virginia 

Svii, Virginia, 'Friday, July 
h, 1963,. at 12:00 o'clock noon, 
the following real property lo- 
cated in the City of Virginia 
Bmok, Vo^a, to-wit: 

•All thiA ^rtilA tn^, i^im m 
pmA of Uadt Mtuate, lying Md 
teing in JiMdiy C:^k, in tiN 
Ci^ <rf "Wi^inis Be^h (fomaeriy 
Wnwss AttM C^ttty), Vtoglnia, 
and nwre putteulul^ <tesaited 

l^^^ng at a port in Jesse 
SnM's Um tmA runbi^ Smith 
80 d^r^ Wot to a emur {mm; 
thmoB Nortti tV* d^reei £^ 
4.12 cluins to a gami theiKe 
Mffth i$<kMgt6m1SiM6M dudns 
to a ^(hA « <lM AvMing Hne tM- 
tmm <^K Oa^ rad fMer fift- 
vis; tbmux Swt^ 2^ <^p^a 
W^ fJO ^lu^ to«tiie fNMtt o< 
beglwbig, containing three (3) 
acres, and eigM (8) pol^. 

HUa pi^^perty wU be s(M tree 
■fr om ite ns and encumAjrances. 

IHMK: Ca^ 

All aal^ mbject to confiroM- 
tion by ttie Cirraiit Court of tiw 
City of Virginia B^kA, Vii^nia. 

!\in:ha«^ will tx ret;pi|«d to 
|<tepoat twe^ p©: crat <2d%) of 
^bid pri<% when Vm i»<operty is 
tao^d down and to fomum- 
male {Mi^oe witUn ten <10) 
days after site is aiipwed by the 
Cmut 

J. FRMOC OMiJ^iGHiai 



"le SpMtel CooHaia- 



ConwMnwMMi ^ Vfrg^iya, In 
Nm CMc'f OffiM of Hi* Cireuit 
Court of ^ Clly of Virfinia 
BMch, on Mw WHt day of JtilM, 
Ifil. 

jOA^m uxyw cogar, 

nainUff . 
. aplMt 
BEI^^IE CASiL COGAB, 

D^feiKlant. 

ORDiR OF PUBLICATION 

I . The object of ^m suit is to an 

L Mhsm^tamit fmn the defeiM^ 

v^n the ^wnds ot m viM 

martfatfe between the parties. 

Afdlan iflMtimt lxs9im be^ 
nade led fited that the defen* 
ant is a non-reu<tent of the State 
of Viifinia, the laA kn<mn ad* 
dress being: c/o Nelo Teir Con- 
struetkm Company, North EaisA, 
Abu^laiKi. 

mt resident of the State of 
Viri^, it is ordered that he do 
appear h«pe wttMn ten (10) days 
after due piMteaUon hereof, and 
do what vaxy be nece»ary to v^o- 
tect his intoi^. in this Aiit. 
A cMiy^— Toalo: 
JOHN V. FENT^SS, Cterk. 
BV: Mary M. White, D.C. 
J, Frarik GaUagher, p^. 
aiO 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Vir^nk 

7-2-*ru 



Empty house or apart- 
ment — get a tenant 
with a SDN-NfM^ 
CLASSIFIiDAO. 



JOHN V. mmsxm, a$tk 

Maiy M. White, DC. 
J; P. GaUaghtr 
210 »di Stnflt 

Beach, Va. 

74-lt 

tVSlSUAim: to we lerms of a 
certiln ^serttii order entend in 
the Circutt Court of t1i< 
Vtrginit Baaeh, ViJigini*, vn me 
l«th day of June, 1963. in the 
chancery cause of Commonwealth 
of Virginia, who sues for the ben- 
efit of OOUNTY OF PRINCESS 
MOVE, « paiitfeal sAdtvUon' 
ftei^f, CooqilainM^ against 
m-m Mm€^ tf 1^ iMmAato, 
tlte^i^r^pied ^«aM (Qs^nfai- 
lioMr f^ oiter tA sale at piUte 
au^jon A te fmA door of Um 
C^vti^oe of Vii^oia Bn^ 
mi^, WMt^ Ju^ im 1063. 
at 12:00 o'ctock noon, the follow- 
ing railsWM«ty ^»ted Is tte 
(m ^ 'Vbm^mtOi, Vfr^a, 
to^l: 

AH that wrtain lot of tend atu- 
iMM on ^ Rwl iGMwn m Ml 
Ml. ft«flni«M^' ro^, wd aA- 
Mm «be bt «f luKi ioU Iqr 
saM BeU to WiUtas J. Jemign, 
(Knmienmg at a con»r of the 
said Jern^m's lot and runnii^ 
Eastwandy along mM road to a 
post; thence nmning SotiUiei^ 
to a poit; and thenc% Vf^imMy 
to a ,pMt a cgnter on Jemigan; 
^Mnce in a itotitwanify aM»e 
along the line of said Jemlpn to 
the be^nnii^; «id lot supposed 
to ccnttaia abcmt four ao^s; but it 
is Hitder^tand that tlM same is 
mM in gtou and not by tl^ acre. 

This property will be sold free 
fr om U ^ and encumbrances^ 

TliEiMBS: Cai^ 

M aim subject to ctrnfinna- 
tion by tht Circuit Court of toe 
Cify fl< Virginia Beach, Virgtoia. 

Purchaser will be required to 
deposit twenty per <mii <20%) of 
bid pri« if^en the prv^MSfty is 
knocked d«m and to e(»isuin> 
mate purchase within .ten (10) 
days after sale ui ai^roved by the 
Cottrt. 

J. FRAi^ GAiULAX^K 
Sp^ial Conuni^oner 

I certify that ttw bond r«juired 
Ity tiie rfbove decree h* been 
given by the Special C«nmis- 
joiner. ^ 

JOW* V. OTSfWaraS, C^tk. 
»towmWhite, O.C. 
J. IF? GrtAflt!!, p.q. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

7-2-lt 



^minia: The r^ular iiMoHng of 
tfw City Council of Virginia 
Beach will bo hold on Meniday, 
July I, 1963, at 2 iMn. 41 wMeh 
Mm* poraons will bo IwMrd for 
unI agoinsi ^ following 
ebMOM 9t zoning, U«o Permit^ 
ofc.i 

L Application of W. W. Oiiver 
for a duu^ of zoning from Rund 
i^&aoe Di^ict 1 m^ D to 
Reriden<« St^urban DifMct 1 
(|l« 1) of that portion of Urn fol- 
Iftwi^ $sv^&^ not presently 
zoned R-S 1: located on the Soutii 
sde of Witchduck Boad; be^n- 
nl^ at a point 1379.64 feet W^ 
df Route 640, Wi^Mzd Road. 
Ha^ng a d^tth ol 1575.<M feet 
alor^ the Eastern property line 
(pr^ttties of Paul D. MdKowD 
and Bayside Cor{»ration) and a 
width of 1580.60 Ceet ilo^ the 
S«itl»m property line (property 
of Hudgim); havii^ a ^sgOk U 
9I87J0 feet along the Western 
pp^wrty line (prepMty of Hudg- 
ins, OW lunation Church and 
Vii^^ C. Ht^hinson). Contain- 
ii^ 39.^4 wres. Bayside &)r- 



m0. 

0. f^^^m oi Dr. ft4mH 
fumo by Own and Oaf, M- 
t^^^ iM- a dui^e of nwiag 

tttet 4 (Rfi 4) t-^ Mtn^ Om- 
mmmi DMxk ^ Si Ot tm- 

tain ^^^^ i^^u^M u 1M 

i% n(^ 1, SMtto i^ ftw»M 

Anne Plan, h^^ A m No^i- 
^»t M/uw^m^ U Han l^ul 
airf Wml^m Wtxmti tnm^ 
101.42 f«t on Ptea Trail. Hanm 
ft di|A oi 116.U IftstM^^mtoor 
Mmi, a d^tii of 110 i^ idhng 
tt» NorOiera pr^eity Bm m^ a 
mm (tf 6467 M. alwg the 
W«Mn propeity Um. ^^mn- 
iMwra Boiouji, 

ip. .^p^cation of Tho^ C. 
BioHtt tor a <Aai^ of maii^ 
^>m R^tece X^^ex IMMrirt 
% ^-D 2) to Lnill^ Cnnmeidal 
Distrk* S (et ^ of i^ 6, iub- 
divtaion of Wrmaa Wu ttmw. 
&m1 propel^ frothing VtO feet 
on the &mth a<te of lA^in Road, 
l^^nning at' a pofaift 85 fi^ 
flMUV m teM. WMt of Gay Dnra. 
Hanng a ^^ of 270J65 te^ 
sAn^ tte Bmsm praparty Um, 
a wi^ <aUM Hm ahn^ tte 
SMtthon in^^rty tee a^ a 
d^ith <rf 218.W feet ak^ ttie 
W&^Um {v^exty line. I^nn'- 
hffiren Borough. 

W. Ap^cation of Richard S. 
Holland and oUrars for a change 
of zoning from Rural R^dence 
DWrict 1 m-R 1) with Mold, 
TmirM and Restaurant District 
(T-2i) Supplement to Generii Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-G 1) of that 
portion of Parcel No. 2 as shown 
on Survey of ftoperty on Oriole 
Drive on file in tlie Planning 
Ckmrnoission office not pm^ntly 
zoned C^ 1. Said property front- 
ing 162 feet on tht North side of 
Ori(^ Drive, beginning at a poiirt 
315 feet, more or less, N<nth of 
La^in Road. Having a depth of 
676 feet, more or le^, along the 
Sastem pr9pefty line, a width of 
S96 feetafeng the Nortliem prop- 
«^ line ami a dej^ of 829,59 
fel* 4dong Ifie Western ptspeity 
tint, ^mmded m the Nortti and 
West by v^rter). I^mdiaven Bor- 
mtgh. 

V. Application of Florence 
JaiteoQ by Qmnlii^m-M^ton- 
Etlttrid^ for a change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
2 (R-D 2) to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) of Lots 9 and 10, 
sAxlmsion of Lynnhaven Slvx^. 
nrorting 100 feet on the Sooffi 
^e of ®»ore Drive, beginning at 
a point 300 f^t*We$t*of Jette 
9tr^. Having a depth of 144.26 
feet along 0»e l^stem property 
line, a wicWi of 107 feet along the 
Southern property line (Cape 
Henry Drive, formerly Holly 
Avemie) and a depth of 116.73 
feet along the Western property 
liM. LynidHni«n Borott^. 

VI. Application of T r i a n g 1 e 
Trailer Sales bw. 1^ George 
Danlen, Attorney, tor a Use Per- 
mit to operate a trailer sides lot 
at the ^uthwest intersection of 
Virginia ^B^mii l^wlevaid and 
Birdneck Road (formerly Sea- 
track Road). Fronting 100 feet on 
Virginia Beach Boulevaixf, having 
a i|^th of 75 feet on (Birdneck 
R(»d, a width of 100 •feet atong 
the ^uthem property line and a 
depUi of 75 feet d^mg the Wej^- 
ern property line. Lynnhaven 
Bw^^., 

VH. Api^«ition of,L. D. and 
B. H. Murden by ]^<^ tad 
Broyles, Attorney, for a <diange 
of loning from Residenoe Stfwr- 
tan. District 3 (R-S 3) to Limited 
OMfliMrcial District 3 (C-L 3) of 
certain property fronting 484 feet 
<m tiie Weat aide of Ho% Road 
Extended at its interaection with 
3(Mi Street. Said property b^g 
triangular in shape, being 567.7 




$•• M PrtiMred 

ctv&f 

HIOCORY 

IN OUR FABULOUS 

HT 

mmmmmmmmilmmm 

• cum SBivici 

• ftEACH^nCNIC 
Box^ to 60 , 

428-2323 



1002 USKIN RD. - VIRGINIA' BEACH 
i|>KMlizing in 

PIT COOKED BAR-B-Q 

nmubiit nM«fy 

SPJffiE RIBS 

* Soirttwm 

FRIED CHICKEN 

CATPUNG SKVKE 



• vmu, 



iMt I* Ni deepait ptm; «OBtun- 
Jtag 2,4 ^M. L^^ivm Iter- 

Vm. Ap^ottm «t Gwtrude 
£. %n» ^ a Vm PmM to 0d 
m ^w^^rt to two «atf^ 
units on I^ 9, Blak M, Vh^^ 

tmA m m Ne^ tm of iMi 
BMm^ b^naii^ $i a ^tat tO 
feet lart ol Arcto h^nmrn^ir- 
ng a^^frtti^ Itf l^ato% te 
&atera and W^tera pr^ertj 
ttnes ami a width of 10 f«rt A>i% 
the Northern prb^rty toe. Va- 
^a BaKb Borough. 

IX. ApplicatiOQ ci Bni<% B. 
GftUup ^ Tta^ts C, ftK^ta, 
Attorn^, tor a diio^ of aoi^g 
1^^ Re^tenn iMbuiban DMict 
S (R^ 3) with Mot^ Tourist uid 
j^iftaurant IMatrlct Cr-2) Soppte- 
nwnt to LkoMad 0)mmerdU J^ 
trkt 1 (C4,. 1) of Mrtaa pfo^m^ 
fro^ing 197J fe^ on Oie Scwrtte 
side of Iji^kin Ro^, Route M. 
Biwnded (m the ^st by Rmite 
637, havk« a d^»th of 1» feet; 
bevnded on tte Weit hy(M8m 
taek KobA, bavi^ a dep^ M 1^ 
fe^. living a mar wiAh of IW.4 
feet, <teii^ted m P»^ B, 
Bruce S. Gallup Plat. Lynntaav^ 
Borou^, 

X. AppUcaftion of Noipa^ In- 
corporated by Jame and C^n- 
solvp, Attorneys, for a chai^ ci 
zoning from Resi^nce ^burtm) 
District 4 (R-S 4) with Mtftel, 
Tourist and Restnirant D^i^ 
(T-2) Supirieraent to General 
Coiranercial District 1 (CG 1) of 
certain prc^ierty located at tlw 
Northwest intersection <d ThMia 
R(Md and Virginia B^ch Boule- 
vard. Fronting 533.14 feet on Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard and hav- 
ii^ a depth of 2^M fe^ on 
Thalia Read. Having a width of 
682.51 feet along the Northern 
pw^rty line (property of Vir- 
ginia Beach City Schwl Bwuxi); 
bounded on the West by property 
now or fwmerly Petroleum Fa- 
cilities Inc. inning around said 
property a di^mnce of 384.^ 
feet; containing 3,066 acres. 
KanpsvUle Boroi^. 

XI. ApplicMion of Dr. Jjuiks 
S. B«:*ger and Dr. Theodore Adkr 
by KeUam and Kelfaun, Attorn- 
eys, for a Use Permit to opeT&ie a 
profe^onal building on certain 
property d^gnattsd as Lots 3 and 
8, subdivi^on of Maple Terrace. 
Said property located at the 
Northeast comer of La^in Road 
a^ Bratten Avemu. Lot 3 hsn^ing 
a depth of 75 feet on Laafcin 
Road and a depth of 225 &et on 
Bratten Avenue. Lot 8 fronting 
7§ feet on &atten Avenue, hav- 
ing a depth of 150.3 feet along 
the Northern property line, a 
wklth of jam fe^ along the 
Eastern property line and a depth 
of ie/2M feet along the Southern 
pn^rty Um. Lot 8 adjoining IM 
3 at its Northernmost end. Lynn- 
haven BorcHi^. 

Todo: ) 
JOHN V. FESSPmESS, Qerk. 
BY: Juanita S. Grimstead, 
Depity Oerk. . \ 

657^ 



Vii^inia Be«* SUN-NEWS, X\tmdaf, Jirfy 2, !f A3 



Ng07 




428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



• wan mmcm 



MERCHANDISE 



Vtotfniii. R is <n-da%d QM Ae do 
a^MT Mm wit^ ten <10) '^s 
ater ^u ^Ula^D tereof , and 
dto^^atm^be a&oeasiry to imv>- 
te^ her ortwert in this suit. , 
A ii|yy"-*Ti^; 

SOm V. I^WI^, aerk. 

BV: Mary M. White, D.C. I 
iUOun and f^lam, p.q. j 

Board of Tnuk Buiidii^ i 

VfmMk, Virgin^ | 

6-254TO 

I 



90 ArticiOi Per Soto 



WOlmWmwVVlfn Of Vlr^nHi^ In ¥71^ 

€lM«'t Offl«0 of tho CircuH 
CMirf of flio CMy of VirvinM 
Bo o c h , on tho 4lh day of Juno, 
IMS. 
WmMJD S&^(mL DAVIS, 

Plaintiff, 
s^pjn^ 
ELSE BARBia DAVIS, 

Defendairt. 
ORDiR OF PUtLICATION 
The abject oi this suit is to 
obtain .a divorce a vinculo mMri- 
monli from the ^d defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 
Aim! an affidavit havli^ been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non resident of tlw Stete of 
Virginia, the li^ known poat of- 
fice »kb«s^ i>Mflg: HaitKNir Mas- 
ter Hotel, Merayron Wales, 
Great Britain. 

Not rendtent of tt% State of Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered that ^e do 
Sfjpear here wiihin ten (10) days 
jrfter due' pirtdication hereof | and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect ha interert in this suit. 
A cMV— Toftoi 
JOHN V. FE^#^RBSS, Qerk. 
BY: Mary M. White, DXJ. 
K^^l^ & Bro^^s, p.q. 
1369 La^n !to^ 
Virginia Bfadi, Virginia 

6-114TU 



CommonwooHh of Virginia, In 
fho Cleric's Offieo of Mm Circuit 
Court of Mw aty of Virginia 
Boach, on tho 21st day of Juno, 
1963. 
DORIS INEZ THOMAS, Plaintiff. 

against 
GEORGE LEWIS THOMAS, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

llie object of this suM is to 

olrtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 

nK)nii from the said <klendant, 

upon the grounds of desMition. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Vii^nia, the last known po^ 
office address being: Enfield, 
North Carolina. 

Not rodent of the State of 
Virginia, 4t is ordered tlrat he do 
appear here within ton (10) days 
after due publication herwf, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his ifitei^t in tliis suit. 
A «)fiy — ^Tosto: 
JOHN V. l-'ENTHiSS, Clerk. 
BY: Mary M. White, DC. 
Alan S. Minnan, p.q. 
Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Viriginia 

6-254TU 



ComnHMiwooMi ^ >^rglnia. In 
tho Clerk's OfflM of tiM CircuH 
Cmirt of tho City of Virpnia 
Boach, on tho 19th day of Juno, 

CHAMJS l/rajWIf , PWntif f . 

i^gaiM 
CLA^!^ WmSCm, Drioutant. 
ORC^ OP PUBLICATION 

The A^ of thia wit m to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo ifatri- 
n^ tma the ^d defen<tent, 
upon tbi ^oun^ of S^abitory 
Groui^ Omvietion of a fdoity. 

AM u ^fi^aftt hampg been 
nude and fEed that Uie defend- 
ant is a non-resktont of tl» &Me 
of Vir^ia, ttM 1M taiown port 
oifk» address teing: WB ft^ 
Avenue, &flrtiyn, New Yak. 

Not repeat of the SUto o( 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 special Notices 



'LEARN FOLK-STYLE BANJO 
Qualified tutor with prof^sional 
ba^grouM wiU t«K>h y<Ki to 
pky the traditional 5 string 
banjo. Mountain, Folk and 
Bluegrass styles tau^t AlacL 
Folk Guitar. 428-9168. 



SHFWURD— S-foo^ Jacc^ mod- 
el. H. A. Hc^t. Jr., GA 8-2133. 



Oil Circulating Heater, $10; 1 
Metal Calainet, .|5; Antique 
Humpboard, |^; Electric Air 
Purifier, |20; Hot Air furnace 
with Ducts, 1150. C^ GA 

IKIOI^. 



93 Household Goods 



AlsrriQUES — Sow or traded. 
Sh<^ now c^ea 10 a^n. until 
5 pjn. J^ui Nelson Miller, 513 
aiM St, Virginia Beadi. Phone 
428-1250. 



APH^IAJTCES— ^Bargains in good 
used refrigerators, fre^rs, 
ran^s, washing maclui^s, dry- 
era. T^ms to suit. Hirtz Bazaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088. 



CAiMRET — Double fared green 
tweed, 9x18 and 9x6 ft. About 
one year old. Reversible. 
$150.00. GA 8-3453. 



FURNITURE— Mattr«ss and 
^rinp, books, desks, chairs, 
tables, chests. All very reason- 
able. Hirtz !^zaar at Oceana. 
Open 9 to 9. GA 8-7088. 



Large selection reconditioned tel- 
evision sets. Low as $39.95. 
Television rental — weekty or 
monthly rates. 341-2446. 
John Senter's TV 
3014 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



RUGS— 9x12 linoleum for every 
room in the house. $4.95 cash 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture, 17th & Baltic. 



Furniture of all kinds upholstered 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
reasonable prices. Automobile 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers all custom made and fitted. 
HiUtop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
4^1797. We buy and sell new 
and used furniture. 



9S LovMi-Gor^t^ SwppUoa 



REWEAVING COURSE — Won- 
derful career in completely un- 
crowded field, either full or 
part time, at home or in shop. 
Home stady course. Call JU 
8^162 or HO 4-1147 for com- 
plete details. 



11 Transportation 



ATLANTIC -PACIFIC DRIVE- 
AWAYS, INC. — We will de- 
liver your car to or from any 
dty. Bonded drivers. Call 625- 
0804. 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 ApplianM Sorvicos 



VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover, 
Sates and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
d^very. Phone GA 8-4222. 
- Fuel Feed & Building Sup- 
plies. Inc. 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Fomalo 



Need de^ienitely a r^pmable 
woman to live in. Light house 
keeping and child care for 
working motto*. Sma^ salary. 
Reference. Call 428-5654 be- 
tween 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 



43 Position Wanted— Female 



TYPING — Done at home any- 
UnM. Reasonable. 428-52^. 



Would like to keep children for 
working mothers. CaH ' 341- 
5^6. 



LIVESTOCK-PETS 



70 Dogs— Cats— Other Pot* 



CHISAPEAKE BAY RETRIEV- 
ERS — Pups. Thoroughbred 
beauties; 1428 Boiling Ave. MA 
2-2^6. 



BOATST 



i1 Beats For Ront 



IWUSEffiOAT— By Day or Week, 
CoiiQ>lete galtey, steeps 5. Bob 
Rumbley, 428-5444." 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



CLOTOES UNE POSTS— $22.^ 
conqriet^ in^alled, heavy 
duty T pMte, with four lin^ 
(100 feet), set in K>nci^e. 
Phwie GA8-^. Fuel Feed 
k BwUing Sttp^, Jm. 



HAND LAWN MOWER — Good 
condition. Frank DiPaul, caH. 
341-3354. / 



KE^ir AL REAL BTATE 



111 ApuHwiwite Fumirtiod 



O^aa Cmut MMol Apaitemto, 
206-19th itraet. mOOmef 
alliterate. AU utittttM ter* 
BJUdted. Aim, 4-rocai ^fol' 
nent mi fnmiiA^ room. 
Btock from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



1 aad 2 tearoom fursiibed ipHi- 
n^ts one btock frMi oowi. 
Al«> fUxms by mmth or mm- 
m. ReasoMliie. aAB-966S w 
1IA2-12B6. 



Furnished rad unftimi^ied oos 
to 4 t^droom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or y^riy. 
Anchor Realty. Call GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. 
Fumidied a n.d unfurnished. 
Mmthly and yearly rentals. 
Cooper Realty, WS 19th Street 
Office 428-1330, nights 428- 
6833. 



114 Heutos For Rent 



3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home; Central 
air-(»iK)itioning and fully furn- 
ished — 2 blocks from ocean, 
for moMh of July or any part 
thereof. Call MA 7-3069 during 
the day ot GA 8-1200 after 5 
p.m. 



2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes avail- 
able now and August first, un- 
furnished yearly— from $125.00 
to $225.00, Bay Colony and 
North End. IHckson Realty. GA 
8^501. 



115 Houses — Furnished 



207 19TO STR^T — Cottage, 
fmir rooBis furnished. Year 
rouiui. Cwipte or will acc^ 
one child. Apply before noon. 



REAL BTATE KM SAU 



134 H^mM For sNo 



^LLAMY MANOR 



Q^tom tmck ranch, 3 years <M, 
OB Lot 12S and 200. 3 bei^ 
ro(ms, 2 fa^lM^ 2^0 fffff^B, 
cir«ilar drivewi^ and many 
other fine feature*. VA fiuuc- 
ing, $18,||0. Cdl J. F. Peters 
any tin»/S41-3232 



WATrarRONT 
OwUwi 2<itory Willi^asbiuf co- 
tomal m fnde rivo-. CSeie td' « 
downtown. 4 b^Irooias and* 
den. Fully air-conditkuid, ho4 ,, 
water heat and many oQier (to* 
siraJi>le> features. Cdl J. Fi^u 
Peters any time. 341-3232. 



-»•?) 



125 Lots For Sale 



CAPE STORY BY THE SEA— In- 
vestors and <lNiil<tera — a^ Osest^ **^ 
two adjacent tniBding si^ a^ 
$1500 each on k^skte of Ken-* '' 
daM St. 50x125 each. Sco^ 
Brooks, WhitehuTSt Reatty. CaSL^it 
msm» or 4284799 nlghU. '' 



11f^ lotift Property For Ront 



106 MTH grnusirr — ISO feet 
from b^ch. Year round oo:u- 
I»ncy. Hot water heat Avail- 

' able Sept: ,1. $129 a moftth. HA 
6-5879. 



TOP SOIL — For sale. Located 
rear of Millers Discount Store 
across from Princess Anne 
Plaza. W. T. Hutchins. Cal 426- 
1657. 



ft60A\S.66ARD 



101 Rooms Without Board 



406 MH>DiLE LAiNE, OCEANA— 
Large bedroom, private en- 
trance and bath. For July, 
August, $20 per week. Phone 
GA8«6772. 



SHERWOOD HOTEL — 2105 At- 
lantic Ave. $12 a week. 



218 64th SITREET— 2 girls. Pri- 
vate bath. Private home. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartments Furnished 



FOLLY RANCH, 1400-17th St., 
clean, modem rooms, effici- 
encies. .1 and 2-bedroom apar^ 
ments. Reasonable weekly, 
monthly, or annual rates. 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
Of Music 

BrMow Hardin, DtrM^iv 

313 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



WILLIAM KILL6ROVE 
instruction In 

Piano, Organ, Accordion 

JU 7-0466 - 428-7727 



TUTORING 

Grades 5-9 

Grammar — Phonetics 

Reading — SpelKng 

Classes 9-11 A.M. 

July 8 to August 16 

Monday thnni^ Friday 

ImUtMmU tortnMtlMi war ^ amMtai 

Sessions to be held at 
FRIENI^ SCHOOL 

Laskin R(»d 
GA 8-8667 GA 8-8870 



REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 



$19.00 DOWN ,*». 

Do you know that for $19.00^'^' 
down and flS.OO per nKMiith. 
you can own a beautiful co^ < 
tage site in a fast growii^ wa- 
t^ front commumty. Private 
beach, ecpup^ playground, 
bath houses, sensitole restrt<fe^^ 
tions, boad launching rwnp. 
Excellent fishing and hunting;-^ 
water skiing, dose to churchy, 
shopping areas, 70 minut|^ 
drive from Norfolk. Crofwde*- 
highways and beaches ne«l not 
be a problem. Act now, limited" ', 
numtoer of home sites left. For ' 
inlonnation phone 583-2601, . 
zsk for Ray Jackson. 

128 Real Estate Wanted ; 

Needed listings for dients for 3 
and 4 bedroom homes. Dickson ' 
Realty, GA 8-^01 ni^ts GA 
8^74. 



OAssv'so oisiiAy 



MERCHANDISE 



124-A Resort Property Per Sato 

VmCfNlA BEACH— If you like 
big trees and some space 
artHmd you ak>ng wtth e$s^ 
access to the beach and other 
faciliti^ and would aiji^ tiie 
foewity of an older home re- 
built for modem comfort, dial 
428-4380. Omiers leaving area. 
Present price below cod to 
them and also will finance. 



Aidn Your Eye Physician About ^ 

mYLors 

Virginia Beach's only ^., 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
1M9 Laakin Read, Va. Beach mot 



BUSlhrtS^ StftVICK 



124 Houaet For Sale 

KiNiCS ormh: 

TREES X 
4«Bedroom colonial on large loi 
in exclusive action. Many ex- 
ceptional features »ich as 2^ 
baths, den, separate recreaiUon 
room, screened porch and pat- 
io. Better tlan new condition. 
Call J. F. Peters any time. 341- 
3232 or UL 5-4379. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Rigdnto Auction Co, 



FINANCIAL 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 

GA S-7421 ANmA\E 



PROMPT HOA^ F1f4ANCINK: 
HOME FEDERAL SA VINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

700 BOUSH STSCKT • NORFOUK 

•024 VIRaiNIA BEACH BLVP. 
AT THOMAS cohheh 



REAlErrATE 



V 



BAY ISLAND 

Tidewater's Finest AU 
W^orfroat CMimunity 

urrs F(m sale 
BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE (X). 
4644(^1 NIgMs eAH192 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFI N&GUTTERING 

fkve Ktt^ Ami Gumd Virgmm 
Beach Fdf Ttt Past 10 Yurs 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

Commsfcial 

Household 
Refrigeratwn 



Itedm for W xith nl iwe i 



BccMcal 



W. C. JOHNSON 

m ' 17tk »nrt 

Vhri^iria IM^ 

rb9MGAt-4«71 




ADAMS M»». 
nUMiING a»v. 

S9fi«t Vln^i^i B«ac^ iiM* ItST 

Plumbing and Heating 
Repair service and supplies 

v/arm air duct luting 
Chrysler Air 0>ndltlor»ing 

Wl SCTVtCE WHAT Wl MU 

416.17th St. - 0A8-M9V 



It's eo^ to te ^^wr ^ft inr 
Gwinal HoepMal -- jut «A 
4294381 m4 MOtittMi..^ 
do It imrtU 



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Page 8 



iendce fflen Jrn LfM tU 



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Jerry L. Young, damage controlman second class, IffiS^, son 
rf L. Allan Ywing of W^ Olivegrove circle, Virginia Beach, 
is <»np»tulated by Vice AAniral ThcMnas H. Moorer, Cwnmander 
&^Bith fleet, upon being advanced to his present enlisted rate. 

t^ ceremony took place aboard the Seventh Fleet flagship 
ft«vl<teM» while the cruiser was underway for Hong Kong. Young 
is ^rvtag on Admiral Moorefs staff, which coordinates the activi- 
ties of 125 ships, 650 aircraft, and 64,000 Navymen and Marines. 
Beft« OTtering the service in January 1961, he attended Princess 
Aane Hi^ School. 



ALBERT It WHITE 

cmmm m^, caiif.— a»«^ 

ft. White of Pearl Ci^, Hawaii, 
bas teen psrooMted to airman 
ftmtmi cla@ in tte United States 
Air ¥<mt. 

AinniB White, a nodical wp- 
^ i^eciaM, is assigned to the 
MM tm^k^ Air ComnaiKl H(»- 
pital hese. 

He airman, mm of Mr. and 
Mn. ^. G. Register of 8148 Con- 
ea>top Road, Virginia Beach, is 
a graduate of Radford H^ 
&MMri, Hondulu, Hawaii. 



JOtm I. ROSENBERG 

fCmt OTORY— Sergeant John 
L RoMiriwrg has reertaded b»% 
a« a mesiber of the Military Po- 
1^ IMKhnie^. The ^yearold 
M^lier is tbe son of Mr. airi Mra. 
frvii L Roserfjerg, 216 Lynnriver 
E^e, Vliginia ^i»h. 

Seii^aat lto«rt>erg entered 
tte sepiM in^pril l^r^id z«- 
fmvmi iiu Iw^ traini^ ii taxSt- 
lairi Air Paree Baae, Texas. He 
^me to Fort Stocy In May 1961 
teom the Military Police Detach- 
meirt at Orleans, Frao*. 

A ^i^at# <3i ^mof Hi|^ 
&Aoifl, NfflTfoik, M m a mmixs 
of American li^on piut 113 and 
Mot^ I^x^e 1996 in Virgmla 
tieach. 



ANDERS C. HELLSTROM JR. 

BANGKOK, Thailand— First 
Lt Antes C. H^sbmn Jr., (rf 

Bayside, Virginia Be«A, Va., is 
a 



CHARLES J. FA1S0N 

GREAT LAKES, III. — 
Charles J. Faison, 20, son erf Mr. 
and Mrs, Oiaries G. Faison of 
2202 Water Works Rd., Virginia 
Beach, Va., recently completed 
basic training at the Naval Train- 
ing Center, Great Lakes, 111. 

The 9-week recruit' training 
included naval (Mrientati«Hi and 
history, customs and etiquette, 
basic military law, ordnance and 
Runnery, seamanship and ship- 
board routiiK, sentry duty, mili- 
tary drill and physical fitness, 
swimming, stuvival and first aid. 






OTunabsaiK* 
airlift aircraft, 

Lt. Hellstrom ai 
Ajr Forc^ 

tte 

^ninl 

(Hration, Dliin ^ , , _„ 

Air Force and Army uiro <>f the 

fflA'TOcountiw, 

The lieutena^ son of Mrs. 
Vtreink D. l^y erf Rt 1. Bay- 
sMte, is a weapons maintenance 
c^icer at Cannrti AFB, N.M. He 
will return there upon comole- 
tton erf Ae trainii^ maittuyfTs 
^rtv in Jrtv. 

Lieutenant HeBstrwn. ^ose 
^ther, Anders C Hellstrwn. rp- 
sSies CB Rt. 1, Hanover, Md., 
receives a B.S. decree from the 
Virginia Militarv Tn'stitute. His 
Wife. Je»nne, is tb** dauwhtpr rrf 
Mr. »nd Mrs. Blairf Vestal of Rt. 
L ftincMS Anne, Va. 



WBLLIAM T. BRISTOW 

t^T pFT VOrn. Va. -^ 
Wiin«« T. BHstrtw. 

M?" iH ivif. «"<! M«^. OtaH^s M. 
Brt«low. 5"* 31 Vir<»ijim B^di 
Bh'd.. Vrrrinia Ifeach. Va.. wn- 
nif^^l I ten -week mi«ile eo»'in- 
ntenanca cmirse ^t The 
\s^Vi^:cv Schnnl. Fort Belvoir. 
,\., eariv in June, 
Hi ripe: tihe course W^^ai^' »■«•- 
^ instniction N the ftHd 
n»nce of cawJine en«ine«! 
electncal suooort prices and 
f>thpr rncineer wuiwiwnt em- 
sile mjt^. 
imed. Ae Armv l»«t 
^d carwiirfeteH ^sfc 
t Fort ^^^. K*v. 

Abw? Hi^ 
-wm Bi'^h, Va. 
itertw flw A»mv. 
vat ^0^^ bv OiaA 



ROBERT A. GORMLY 

R. L (F«m:n — 

A. Gormly, 
r ind mrs. James L. 
.^lantic ave., 
was graduated 
oift^ Officer CandidMe 
S^ol at Ntrwport, R. I. 

* i^tfi. J^Aiation he received 
as It naval officer, 
course trains col- 
and outstanding 
m the fled in navsd 
and teadei^hip. llie lead- 
ership aspect of an officer's life 
is Messed in cla^3i)on and emr 
plu^uzed in liis everyday routine. 



JERRY A. HINN 

U.S.AF. ACADEMY, Colo. 
— Cadrt Jerry A. Hinn of Not- 
fdk. Va,, wIk) rewntly comotot- 
ed his first year M tiie Air Fwce 
Academy, is on a field studv 
trip to Air Force, Army ai^ 
Navv installations across the 
United &ates. 

Cadet Hinn. a member (rf the 
clas.s of '66 will receive detailed 
briefings and particioate in ac- 
tual iet flights and shipbmrd 
activities during the trip. Tlie 
training is designed to give a 
thomunh indoctrination on irta'or 
«>era<ional avnmands otf the be- 
o8'^"ient of Defense. '^ 

The cadet is a graduate (tf 
Norfolk Catiiolic Hieh Schoo! 
and a fonner stud«it at Marimi 
fAI^.I Institute. Hh parents Mr. 
anH Mrs. F. J. Hinn reside at 
2707 Westwell Lane, Bayside. 



JOHN h WILLIAMS, IR 

USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN— 
lohn J. WWm^ Jr.. quarter- 
•naiiter third class. USN. •nn (rf 
Mr. and Mn. JcAn J, Willia"!. 
&-.. of 8406 Ocean Ave , Vir- 
ginia Beach, Va., was advanced 
i^ the oresent rate Mav 16 while 
<?erving aboard ttie anti-subma- 
nne aifcr^ carrier U^ I-^ke 
Oiamf^a, an Atlantk Fl»t 
onk homqxvt^ at (^loi^ 
Pdb^ RX 



PARRIS iSLA^Ib. S. C. 

<FHTf«:) — ^boim Prtwte <3tf- 
ford W. Qtttway, nepl»w Of Mr. 
and Mrs. Marvin fi. Viy% of S12 
Basin St., Vli^nia Beach, cocn- 
ideted recruit training June 4 at 
the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, 
f^ris Mand, S, C. 

The ll-w?ek indoctrination to 
Marine Corps life includes in- 
struction on l»sic military law, 
physical conditioning, military 
drill, and disc^line. 

Tliree weeks are ^)ent on the 
rifle range, where recruMs fire 
the M-14 rifle and are instructed 
on other infantry weapons. 

WILLIAM L AMORESE 

•LA'CKU^'NO AFB, Tex.— Air- 
man William L. Amorese, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Amorese 
of Rl. 2, Virginia Beach, is being 
reassigned to Sheppard AFB, 
Tex., for technical training as a 
United States Air Force relrigen- 
lion specialist. 

Airman An>oi«se, who enlMed 
in the Air Force a ^ort tiroe ago, 
has completed his initiid iMiaic 

military training here. 

TtiSi airman is a f omwr irtudent 
at Princess Anne High Sdiool. 




KENNETH E. HAMPEL 

BIRCHWOOD -^ Kenneth E. 
Hampel, son of Mr. and BArs. 
Earl M. Hampel of 817 Cotham 
Road, Birchwood Gardens, Vir- 
ginia Beach, is now in trainii^ M 
the Gre^ I^kes Traihing Center 
in lUinois. 

Kenneth attended William ami 
Mary College and is a graduate 
of Princess Anne High Schocd. 

Mr. Ifan^ is w^ the Leir 
Coriwrirtiim and m working at Uie 
Naral Air Sti^on. 



Xm H»l€3U^ — Rofc^ A. 
Boone, aeuMtt ayfv^Aic^, U9*i, 
son ot Mr. ai^ Mn. HarcM M. 
loyment ol aD i^^ tts flowns 
Uum ttom l%bnuay thnn^ 
Narani>er. and tl» prAms tUff 
be «9to«d <m fyot, ^ fottat 
canal tM^ or cu^fcw tiwAdes 
Boone erf 7924 Bait Lane, Vir- 
ginia B^uHi, Va., tetok part in a 

joint Unhed States-Fiench mili- 
tary exercise in the Mediterran- 
ean early this nKHid) while »^rv- 
ing aboard the di^bn>yer USS 
English. 



BObBY L. pWIFORD 

GAMP tlJEUNl, N.' C. 
(fWTTO— -Marine Corporal B<*- 
by L. Twiford, son of Roman S. 
Twiford of Backibay, Va., cmu- 
{Mrted m tlK AUMaiine Rifle ami 
Pistol Matches June 3 to 8 at 
Camp Lejeune, N. C. 

He was anong the top Marine 
rifte and pistol footers confin- 
ing lor AH-'Marine titles in tiM 
shooting tournament. 

Winners in the All^ilarlne 
shooting can qualify for ccunpe- 
tiUon in tl^ INatioi^ BfildMS at 
Camp Perry, Ohio, duT^ Ajig- 



lAlttl 0. 

USS ^mLfiY BA!^ — 
James D. WH^At uanian af^ 
ptehtke, USN, sob ^ Mr, and 
Mrs. LM L- WUsoU of 309 
$ufri^«M Rd., PHd^ss Anne, 
Va., is itervtaf abMrd the de- 
stn^r U^ wuAtey Ban, a 
unit curre^i^ opnutt^ as mtt 
of the &Vi»th FI«t Anti-^b- 
mafiiie WaAre "Hm^-Kilter* 
Graip in tte Soutti ^lina Sea. 

CLAMM B. BtLL JR. 

USS OBLItW (BWTNO — 
Clau<te B. Btf Jr., etectronto 
technkkua f^:*^ ctim, U^, ^n 
of m. md Mn. Ctoide fi. vm if. 
of 123 PInewoal rd., Virata 
Beach, ^ Irving atewnl the At- 
tack bttttport ^ UfS Chittbn, 
an AttoUc Ftertet tinft which 
opumt^ <wt of Nort<^, 



LARRY O. WINSiR 

AiaANY, Ga. OMlpd) — Ma- 
rtoe iPrivate flntt CUb Larry 0. 
Wmget, xm of Mr. «ad, Mn. 
Owen 6. We^er of Route 2. 
HoUand ratd, Vir^ite BMCh. is 
itatitmed lA the lAfte Ctw^ 
&ipp^ Centor, Alti^, Ga. 

He reimrted to Aftany ttoK^ 
CWnavra. 

Wenger ent»ed tte s^'vice in 
Auguitt 1961. 




i 

CAMP LEJEUNE. N.C. — 
Marine ^Irtrt Lt. Austin R. Bru- 
nelli, Jr.. ton of Br^gadiw Gen- 
era! (UShflJ Ret.) and Mrs. A. 
g. Brunelli of 1603 Franklih ct.. 
Baj^de, Va., was reanUy 
awarteo a comttUitkm in thfc Ma- 
ruwsi as a rs^Iar att'yoeT in ccre- 
mwtes beta at S««id Marine 
b^bvMi, Camp Lejeum, N.C. 

ment u a fiipilBr office, m had 
»rved on i^ve duty as a nnerve 

BruMlli il asstpii^ duties 
#ith tfw Tei^ Mlm» R/^nMt, 
dMs »tiltefy arm of ^ Se^Ml 
MariiK Dtvii^. 



ANNAPOLIS, MD. *- Mid- 
shipman Fredcfkk M. Grt^u 

son of Captain and Mrs. Oti« 
C. Gregg. USN. (ret.) of ftoute 
3, Lynnhaven Station, Virginia 
Beach, and Midshipman Ctertef 
S, Abbot, son of Navy Capt. and 
Mti. J. L. AVM Jr., ai 208 
87th %, Viiliato Bc^i. were 
members rf M C^f Ow*^»y 
at the Navri Academy, Aampo- 
lla, Md. 

Tlie con^my ^ffttei^t^ ta 
tte OAm Pannte m Jum 4, an 
impressive cererowiy ttiat Is |»rt 
of the ttaintng ei a Navy MW- 
shipman. 

TTie Ninfli Oomjwny at tte 
Pi&a&ny man tte h«»n ihb 
year amo^ intra-bnp«te can- 
^titkm. It was selwted m the 
bsKS (rf points earned throu^ 
c»mpetiticHi in sports, ^i^mk 
proficwncy, and pw^siicMial 
coinpetem^. Tw«ity-fo«r com- 
(Mntes ccMnpteted. 



A grMiuate (rf tte University 
of No^ I^une, Notre I^une, 
bid., I^neUi e^red tte Ma^ 
rif^ bi Jote 1960. 





mmmtY 




AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE », 19S3 



I ASSETS" 



LIABILTn 



Cash on H«nd and in Banb I l.760,993JI 

U. S. Govwnment Stcurifiai 5,6S3,WI.28 

St«Jck in Federal Home Loan Bank 175.000.00 

First Mortgage Loar* •• 51,183, I7J.2t 

Loans on Savings Accounts ........ i 132, 1 50.00 

Home Building and Branch Offices, 

Depreciated 205.491.41 

Site lor Future Ex|Mnsion end PerUiig, 

Depreciated 144.144.08 

1.00 



Saving Accounts • • |68,^,8W,37 



4«***e«» 



Leans in Process < 

Other Liabilities • • • • 

Deferfed Creditf .....•.....•«•<•■•••■••••■•••• 
Spec^ Re s erv es .■ •-> 



57,8M.;r9 

9O.3f0J3 

i 04,312^4 

t. 000.00 



Equipment, Depreciated . . . 
Deferred Charges and Other Assets . 



• «•••*• •••*•••#•• 



• • ■ e • • 



3 10.271 J2 
$74.944,276.26 



General Reserves $5,346,442 J9 

413,397.24 5,»9,839.63 



Unaliecated Reserve and 
Surf^us . . . I . . . 



• »eeeee*«#*** 



$74,964,276.26 



OFFICERSt 



DIRECTORSi 



CUYldN p. NUGENT, PresiJera 

NORMAN R. HAMILTON, Vice PntiAei^i 

WILLIAM C. PENDER. Vice Prendent 

FRED V. LESNER, VUx Pnatdenl and Secnlary 

ERNEST V. BUn, Vice Pretident 

JOSEPH L WELLER. JR., Vice Pnatdenl 

CLAYTON Q. NUGENT, JR.. Vice Pneidenl 

MAURICE O. CASEY. Tmuwm- 

WILLIAM H. MEISSEL. AMtUtant Vice Piwident 

J. A G. PARRISH, Asilstant Vice Pretidma 

PAUL N. LESNER. Aati$tant Secretary 

SAMUEL W. HILL, Afiiftant Se<^etafy 

ROBERT P. JOHNSON, Ajsistont Secreiwj 



I 



JOHN S. ALFRIEND, Cliolfman o\ the Board, Virgbiia Naltonal filing 
HANDFORD T. CRUSER, JR.. Prefldent. C. H. Fem^l Jnd Ctmpany, Reabon 

ERNEST L. DYER. Attorney at Law 

JAMES E. ETHERIDGE, Prafident, Etlierid0eAiHor-Ho/lietmer, Inc.. Reeben 

NORMAN R. HAMILTON. Port«moalli ExecaHpe. Notf^PmtmouthNewtpapen, Inc. 

CHARLES L KAUFMAN, Attorney «< Lw 

FRED v. LESNER. Vice Pr««<dera oihI Se<t«l<»^ 

WILLIAM C. PWDBt, Attomty at taw 

WILLIAM L PRtjHJR. Jit, Oerft (^ C<»fi«^ton Court 

CUYTON Q. NUGENT. Pivflideiil 



WILLCOX. COOKE. SAVAGE 
&UWRENCE 



I ATTORNEYS 

MERRICK I. CAMPBEU 

JOHN JOSEPH BAKHER 

L. CLEAVES MANNING 



PENDER. COWARD. 
MeDUFFIE and ADDISON 




.MUTUAi JEDERALi 




OF NOtFOlK 



MORFOLK / MUTSWimi / VWtllMA tt^H 



MMUWMNRmm 




MIIMU STATt 



LIBRAMf 




VffiGIMA BEACH SUN -NEWS 



PUiUSHED TLffiiDAYS & THIKSDAYS 




V(X-%%xyi.m. 52 



TtLEPhK>NE GA m^} 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963 



Two Sections— 12 PacfM 



STNGLE COPY: 5c. BY MAIl $6.00 PER YEAH 



EXPLOSION VICTIM 
DIES FROM HURTS 

WU^K3BSS ANNB W-AZA — A LynnhavM man, K^^rely 
l^«ml Msn^y when an aMiwit tank truck n^octodiU Ae Aq^t 
Xoadi & Materials Co., (»ed Tuesday night at Norfolk G^ieral 
Hbi^taL 

B^me M. CWtttp, 40, /tf ^1 B^cA Aw., platt supeiinten- 
^M, was rapM^y w^Utf m the tank (rf the track when it 
eirio«ted ami tcwcted dV a fin 



He was admits to N<xf(4k 
Oetteral with fint, seetMid and 
ttlid ^^t« bum a^ itmained 
fai criAeal ccmditkm, »;(Kndt^ to 
tte Iraspital uittil his dettth at 
10:25 p.m. Tui^ky. 

IridgQ-THiinel 
St8p Cloier 

flOIIPOLK — Tlw Cha^>e^ 
fia^ ftidge vaA IHumd DUMk 
eaUe for bMs tod^ on (mm of the 
iMt c(»ii^iH;tk)n ttems in the 
^00,000,000 projectr-erection of 
tiro nuMmuice t)uiMhigi<m Um 
H^m^m ^ore end of tlM at»s 
b^M^nniy. 

Hw riioi) buUdings «« mall in 
GMi^tiiiion yf^ (he niMitve thu 
(d ttelr^liC^taninels mA iAuMb 
In the Dlatrk^'s 1122,000,000 con- 
tnKA irMi {^ project's p^me eon- 
tt^Kstoc, ndewater • Motitt • Ray- 
MOMHCtowH. While the SiMge- 
tiBUM atrueture ^^M«dies 17.9 
Qtftoi in Ua^h nmu vntor, t3M 
two toltte and concrete A^ 
imOfif^ irill enoon^M <»dy 21,- 

l^ki iMtUingi «e to he taoaled 
aOOjlNt aot^ of tl» &i^e-'nin^ 
Bti% MtarinistetiM twiWog and 




^ l^i Mnt 

l%e firrt i^ucture, deslpated 
m a Aep lOd tm^siemsm baM- 
ix^ wffl pnrrtde i^^ee Uff ^hicte 
nuMMUBin, wii&ing awl ma- 
dihw ^}p, i^»k room, tkne o<- 
fi[», wortors' asieidU^ arM. or- 
pniry imd ^pi ^op, eleetnNries 
Md raouminicfttiom niaiiHenance 
1^, mi itot^^ room. Tlie ga- 
nge and i^mt^ot toildli^ wiU 
teuie mwrgenqr generating 
equipment and iwrki^ ititt for 
(riMfcs and oMchania)^ equ^ 



Bi^ wUl be opened at 10 a.«i. 
M$ 22 at the Ci^sapeake Bay 
ft^a and Tuimel Coiaadiid<m 
o!Bem a/t little Cieek. C(matrue. 
tion if to itaii hnmedlstely and 
jbe eonqdeted by Jan. 1. 



BOBLAMBEIS 
STATE OFFICER 

Bm}imCX — Robert M. 
Mobe, Jr. of Cirdneck Point has 
beei^eded sea«tary -treMuwr 
of m \n!^nla AiiodiAtoa of 
^oadourters, 

Imix is preaidelt of WTAR 
ftMtto-TV Ckjrp. in INm4oUc. 



Two co-W(^^ were %\»o m- 
jurwJ in the btot. Vance Wil- 
liams, 23, of San Antcmio Ave., 
Norfdf , who was assirtii^ Gal- 
lup, received cuts and first-<k- 
m» bwni. He was ttken u> Ncxr- 
folk General Hosptal where his 
conditwQ Wed^sday was <te- 
icribed as "poor." 

WUliam Fkxxl, a frock driver 
for the company was cm the back 
erf ^ truck when the explosicm 
o<x:flrred. He was treated f(^r 
minw injuries at Norfolk Gen- 
o-al and released, 

A polk^ repcHt said heat from 
a welding torch tcHKhed off tfm 
explosim at die closed tank. Hie 
blast blew off the front of the 
nrage whe^ the truck wu 
nmised and threw die front oi 
the tank about ISO ft. 

Volunt^r fii^men from four 
companies extinguished the re- 
sultiiw blaze in abcnit 20 min- 
utes, tmi dami^ to tiie truck 
and the (^ke-sm>p building was 
estimated at marly $1(X},000. 
M<»t of the damage was caused 
by die expkMioa. 

Gallup hiui b^n with^ the a>m- 
pany f& 16 years. 

BesM^ his wife, Mrs. Katrine 
CNeill iduison Ckllup, he Is 
survived b^ his modier, Mis. 
Eftelle HorttMi Lamb of P«u- 
month, his ia^T, i(Aui S. GaUup 
ot Great Brtdp ami a hatf-sbter, 
Ma^i^ Ana Lamb of Ports- 
mouth. 

Ihi lAs «^e-4n« t^tmt of 
dM ar^. 

The holy wm tidcen to Holto- 
m<»i-Bnnra Fwwrad Home. 

YOUTH CDILTY 
OF PISTOL WHIP 

VIRGINIA BBACH — B<*et 
Weldon Brown. Jr., 18, of 6406 
Kuopsville BosA {deaded gui^ 
in QmiO, <^irt l\ies(ky to pis- 
Ud-whip|ing a tn^uioXteatcha and 
to robMi^; a tud 4Ay&. 

JvO^b mabesei 6. Wafaab re- 
ferred l^ran's cue to the proba- 
tikm ^^titSMnt lor prearaMenoe 
mpott 

Brown beat lbs. Muy J. ^nzy, 
SI ' year - oM ^nenUtfy acdiool- 
teactwr, wtth a piitol and itote 
her car Dec. 21. ^ was iKM^iit^- 
ized for a whUe with bead injur- 
ies. 

Brown was diufed wtth xnned 
robbery, grand kut«ny and bur- 
tfnry in this <»ie. He iAk was 
dialled wllh armed robbery in 
the theft of a taxi from Jetfrey 
L. Ts^l«r lait Dec. 8. 

The yotrth wi» air^ated Jan. 3 
at his hone a few doora from 
Mis. Biuay's home. 



Two Prize Horses Are 
Killed By Lightenitig 

KEMPSVTLLE — L^tniiw killed tw) prize hw^i at Oreenr 
Mar iWras and mjured two chudien at a day camp during a diun- 
^morm Monday afteritoon. 

Pmla Ifdal, 10, and Bernard Leiderman, 7, were ^uricM up 
irtmi liglttnii^ struck mar a shelter at the imi^ CooMiuid^ 
Center Day Camp s«itheast of 



Sttnpsvilte 

Fteite, the dai^tn of Mr. 
airf Nfa. IrviM 1^ o« Bowdrais 
Ferry Road, Nafcrtk, was ad- 
njl^ to De Paul Ho^ital b^ 
tnM sleaMd Wedm^tay nwm- 
11^ ^^audf son of Mr. and Mn. 
SuDiwI Leickmun of RcMiu 
Une, Thdia, was rd«Bed after 
tt^Mnent 

MsA^^^tam Mflto^bruoes 
whm ibey were Arown to te 
fpwnd fnxn tte impact of a 
Mm^ bdt 

Spooky A mmnm HI 

AncKiter hottt^mief^ afeodc 
ft ^ M the GMef^vte Pmhh 
pai^m ud bmatM 'mo die 
ftRO Imtm, **^»olw," smeA tar 
Mte Judy DimWdc d Tmi^ 



wood Trafl, Vi^^ia Beach, and 
'*%amiM Bill," owumI by S^svc 
Atkinsc» <A NafdQc. 

Bodi hor^ had many rft>- 
bom to dida* credit On^ hat 
w^md S0cky took fim phK% 
in the faiml n^li^ cat^^ of 
ths TidsmO^'Himc am worn 
Qob ^ow. %awme Bill had af- 
^Kly wcm nh» ribbons dik 
year, thrae of ndikh were first 
pli»%. 

1^ hcstm irare beu^ bmrdr 
ed at OreraMar i^ wtae ta 
die |«stitfe wtoi it MurtN rain- 

entty te nvo msam tort mia^ 
froBn Ae fite benesth tte ttoe 
teft dof% ttm ins Muck %j 



AccMmt Vietim 

MOYOaC,, N. C.-A Virginia 
BeMh wonun was kHtod &tttr> 
d^ when t^ mn <^UMted on 
N. C. Route 160 at ^lout 7 a.m. 
KUM was Ifrs. Florence John- 
son, 30, of the 800 Uoek of Ork- 
iwy Rowl, ^b|^nii| BMch. Also 
dMd In tlw cri^ WIS Gaston 
Mfller, Jr., 22, of ChartottesvUte. 

Mrs. Johiwjn's husbas^. Her- 
bert, 38, was in}ur»l in tte acci- 
dent. H^ conditioned nms import- 
ed as "fair" by DelP»il Hoqiital 
Tuesdi^, His dau^iter, Cynthia, 
10, wllo was ridi^ in the car 
when the ar^di <^mrred was not 
injured. 

Mm. Johnson, a Mtive of Co- 
lun^. N. C, lived in Norfolk 
and Vh^nia Beach tos ^ yeai^. 
Ste WM ^ d«^to- of Mis. 
Vera VIHitteh^ davenport and 
the Me jMt^ Ota^npt^. 

She ^fn» a menA^ at Subur- 
ban Chri^an Osnrch. 

In wldition to I»r husband ami 
dmightor, Qrnthia. ^ is «irvived 
by a i^ond dM^iter, Flebert 
Johnson; a mter, Mrs. W. E. Itey- 
nor of Norfolk, and four brothers, 
lUttuy Dawnpcwt of Norfolk, 
Doi^^ Dtv«iqM>it and Rudolph 
Davenport, b^ of Portanouth 
md DavU I^rvenpoit of VU^iiiua 
Beach. 

Service were c<»du(^ed Mon- 
tey at Derxy-Twif(»d Funeral 
HoiM, wtth tsirial in FopeM Lawn 
C^MU^ery. 

Church Makes 
Festival PbiBi 

SANBRpGE — Ta*«TV«Bi 
MeilMlu^ittrch is nnltef tf^i 
for Lotus Festival acttrtties wU^ 
are hdd M Oe MxAsy Lotus 
Gardem. 

Tt» f^^nd ^fgeM July 17 and 
on thM di|f throu^ July 27 the 
-mmm. of "the churdi will s^e 
home co(Aed food, fried chklten, 
hwt, cake^ pies, etc. from 10:00 
ain. to 5:00 p.nl. (or as long as 
there is toM.) 

CkMIIhatainan of die ciHoch's 
Mtivity aft Mrs. Lawraice God- 
frey and Mrs. Jam^ Morris. 

Mn. fl^sne FeiMress, chaiiinan 
of the fiMivenir booth will have 
huidmi^ ttena. ^k. surprise 
package, and liqmd emSiraldefy 
booUi. 

Lotus f ealival Sunday las been 
design^ as My tZl. The Pa^or 
will ^^a on "BeAioM, die Beauty 
of the Loid." The Lotus Queen 
and her cmut wiU be invtted to 
attend, idso membra? of tbe Cape 
Henry Wonan's ChA, w4» ^n- 
sor the Lotus Fen^i^ Tlite fe^- 
val was originated b^ Vs» ^^rginia 
Deparbnent of Ccmstirvaitidn and 
Economic Development to en- 
cMirage ap^mdation of tlw L<^is 
ftower hi its laitural haUttat. 

The Methodist Youth Fellow- 
ship of the churdi is ^K»isoring 
a cai^date for Lotus (^leen, Mye 
Joyce McCle^ey. Mrs. GarUuMl 
Eaton is working with tlw MYf. 

"BoaX rides thrmi^ d^ garden 
wiU be available. 3eA time to see 
the flowers U in ^ttie morning. 

Many of tiw featmA ^rtivities 
are held in Vir^nia Beach but the 
cei^r of atb^ction is the gardens 
near Sandbridge. 

FOXT STORY LISTS 
FIXING AREA 

HeM Your Em4 

FORT rrORY — *'Pmwm«I 
FMt ftwry, Va., will b* flrini 
en nw StmN Anns Ranfe at 
NmI U»i i^ • from t ajn. 
to S p.ni. drf^. 

Tho dang e r stm «dll be a 

•■wBr Of r Ww l >* IWW I n m aVr 

waid a dMMMS of 1490 i^nfa 

04' true and 14* tnia, mpeo 

LMMe W »' or, UmHud e 
mWm: IM Mags wMto 

dwMed." 




L.taycee national convention del^iies ^tow chapter president 
!h^ Bryairt the project scrai^o^ which brou^t mrtional hon- 
ors. Left to rij^t: Andre Ivans, viwjpresident, Vfar^nia Beach 
chapter; &yant; and Robert M. £van% paift ab^ director. 

BEACH JAYCEES GET 
NATIONAL AWARDS 



LWISVILLE, Ky. — Two na- 
tional awards were jnvsented to 
the Vir^ia Beach Junkir Cham- 
hex (k Coeuneixe during the im? 
tkaaH Jaycee conventicm hei% 
1^ week, attended l^ over 10,- 
000 Jaycees from aU parts of tbe 
contitiy. 

In the natKMiwide competition 
the Vi^inia Ewwrh chajrter re- 
<^ved <^ first place smsrd and 
otw third f^ot, the only Virginia 
^ft«r to t% ao T^i^jamd. Vir- 
Mia MiiA wtt re pfwanted 
^Ok ik»«^tioa by Std»«i^ 
Wmm tad Andre livaas. 

Tiw ittiA p^xtmard was given 
fw tiie chapter's projects in the 



^d of Youtii and Sports activi- 
ty. Fletch^ Biyant, now presi- 
dent, of tlw chapter, was chair- 
man of tlw youth football pro- 
gram whidi conasted of six and 
ei^^nan foottiall, a coU^e foot- 
bidl guiw to raise money to sup- 
port the lea^e, and a buildinf 
a>nstruded at the hi^ school 
field to hou% the equ^mwnt. 

Otiwr projects and Uwir chair- 
nwn melwleNi state juni<»: tennis 
toumanwnt, Ayter ibdlai^; local 
juiHor teirais, Ed OardoH load 
juniw ^f tournMieirt,) Jm &nt- 

t»d: panti^^-Jtai ffld 
Di#i C^Bter. 



^k. pg^Mtm 



Industries Ui^ed 
To Partkipate 
In ExiHmition 

RICHMWD— Gov. Albertis 
S. Harriwan, Jr., h^ urged ii^- 
dustriiN to participate in die Vur- 
guiia state-wide Industrial Ex- 
pedition to be held in Roanoke 
October 2--5. 

"'Index* is Vii^inia's only 
state-wide industi'ial exposition," 
the pwernor pointed out. 

"Widi die faicr^sed tempo (rf 
indiMtrial activky in our Ctmi- 
monwealth, I ui^ industries to 
participate in this fine exhibit, 
and our citis^ns to c<Mne see wlwt 
progressive industries have to of- 
fer.^ 

The go^rtxa said the exposi- 
tion sltould be of tremendous 
value and diat he is delighted it 
is bemg Iwld. 

"It will give great impetus to 
industrial <feveIopment ^erafiy 
in Virginia," be said. 

Hie fourth biennial Industrial 
ExpositiMi, "Index '63", will be 
held as |^rt of Roanoke's color- 
ful four-<by Harvest Festival. 
Thfere wtfl be some 150 exhibits 
in die mdustrial show of in&is- 
tries, busings and services, along 
with sp^ial exhibits from the 
Natkxttl Aenmautics Spa(^ Ad- 
mbiisteation and the Arm^ 
Forces. Virginia colleges and un- 
ive^ittes, t^^nical and voca- 
tkmal Khools also will exhibit 

Indoor and outdoor exhibit 
raaoea are a^tlable throu^ the 
Old Dominkm liKlustiial Hxposi- 
ti<m, Roanoke, Va. S^ce sales 
will dose at die em! <h July. 

Tlie exhibits are flree to the 
pttblK and die exp<Kiti«i is spon- 
sored by leading Virginia indus- 
trialiste and bwinessmen com- 
|vvia| 1^ Okl Dominion Indus- 
trM &qpc»ition. Inc. More than 
a (^uuter d a million people 
i^^ vkwed die industrial ex- 
poAiou in 19S7, 'S9, and '61. 

b a&Uticm to die Industrial 
E^oaitea, die Harvest Festival 
wu. f^Mte a ^^me, garden, and 
&^M» display with ^ures and 
esdittnte, a ^a festi^ panufe. 
Har^M Bowl food>all ^me and 
a dim«.\M^ fAfiuly mg^t enter- 
teiiuMM at VictMy Slufium. 



1^ thhd |dace award was in 
tlw field of International Rela- 
tions. David Carter %rved as 
chairman ot this program which 
consisted of a Jaycee sponsored 
vkit by Norwegian cadets in ccm- 
nection with the dedicadon of the 
Norwegian Lady statue. 

The cluster also acted as host 
for dw visit of IBeter fVankel, 
Junior Chamber International 
past-president, under the chahr- 
manship of Georp F. Darden, Jr. 



No Election 
Here; Slate 
Unopposed 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Voters in 
Virginia Beach will not go to the 
polls IHiesday in a Democratic 
primarf^ election because the sev- 
en-man organization ticket is run- 
ning without opposition. 

The men have 'been declared 
nominees and will run in the 
general election in NovMober. 

Running unopposed are: 

William P. KeUam, 48, candi- 
date for Vit^nia Beach's nfew sec- 
ond seat in the House of Dele- 
gates. . , 

Del. P. B. White, completing 
his second term in the House. 

State Sen. E. Aimer Ames, Jr. 
of the Eastern Shore who has 
represented the area in the Sen- 
ate since 1956. 

f^our incunAwnt con^tutional 
officers — CommissioneJr Of Reve- 
nue Ivan D. Mapp, Treaairer V. 
Alfred (Jack) Itoeridge, Com- 
monwealth's A4tomey Robert L. 
Sim{»on and City Sergeairt John 
E. Marr. 

Rhae Adams Gets 
Heart Fund Honor 

VmGINIA BEACH— Rhae W. 
Adams of Vh^nia B^idi was one 
of IS atate-wkle le^si of the 
1963 Heut Fund csqpu^ com- 
mittee to receii^ a certificate of 
^pred^on "m recognition of 
distinguiited s^viee." 

Tlw preso^ation wu made 
Satuidi^ in Rk^unond M the an- 
nual moetii^^ <rf ttoe Vir^nia 
Heart Aaocation. 



Plaza Firemen 
Plug Canpaip 
To Raise Fnnils 

PL^ZA — "A Penny A O^ 
Keeps The fire Away" par*- 
phrases an ohi saying and de- 
so-tbes the Prim^ss Anne naa 
Volunteer Fire Department's an- 
nual drive foi* donations ami con- 
tributions toward their (grating 
fund. 

The Volui^er Fire Depart- 
nwnt will have their truck in the 
area this week and will have a 
door to door campaign requesting 
that each family donate one pen- 
ny per day for the coming year 
(f3.®5) in order to help the fire 
de{»rtment keep its equipment 
and supplies in good order and 
ready for emergencies. 

Also, the fire ^pifftment will 
be «)ntaoting builders and mxp- 
pUera in iMipes that n»terials will 
be donated toward the new Fire 
House to be constructed on Bme- 
mont Road between Country ^Club 
Road and Silinas. 

Although the City does give 
Haza Volunteer Fire Defartmpnt 
a small allotment for each 
month's operating expenses, it 
(the Fire Department) (^^tkU 
heavily upon donatiois and can* 
trttnitions from the resktoite of 
the area. 

The new buildii^, which will 
house the two "fire trucks and 
ecpipment. is on land durt was 
donated by John An^om and dw 
dearii^ of the land was a dcma- 
tion from Tlffadwr ContraoUng 
Company. 

Thrasber said he was hap^ to 
he^ the fire Departnwnt out as 
they hid over-seen aonw ctearii^ 
&«s duft coidd lam cmtei a 
tod j^ Vnlintfiif ya» 
Departmmt not beenavaflaMe. 

Ilie c<aio«te for the focAing 
for the bttildii^ vas a i^ friim 
Southern Materials Company. 

The Firt»nra are hoping diat 
the other builders, contaactors 
and supplidrs in the area will all 
be as generous as theae th^. 



Army Engineers 
Get MSX Report 

By RUBY lEAN FifflXIPS 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The long-awaited MSX oy^r dise^ 
rqwrt, compile by dw U. S. Fish and Wildlife Serviix, has been 
received by Q>I. R, H Free, distil engin^r, <d the Army Co(|s 
of Engineers and ha^ been forwarded to "higher authorities," it 
was announced Wedandaf 



Mr. Blum Is 
Attending ROTC 
Camp at AnnviUe 

Mr. Herb«^ M. Bhmi, an wi- 
vanced Reserve Officer Training 
Corps cadet ai Cornell Univer- 
sity, son of Mr. and Mrs. Werner 
Blum of 113 Cardnial Rd., Vir- 
ginia Beach, is currently attend- 
ing the 1963 ROTC SunmMT 
Cmnp at India^wn Gap Military 
Reservation, Annville, Pa. 

Cadet Blum is one of more 
than 3,000 ROTC cadets from 67 
colleges and unives^ties throng- 
out the United ^tes who will 
receive their ifiist practical ^W 
training while at the amuner 
camp. 

Indiantown Gap has an area of 
26 square miles and is looked in 
tlw foodiills of the Blue Moun- 
tains near Harrisburg, the ci^tal 
otf Penn^lvania. The rugged ter- 
rain of the tramii^ areas makes 
it id«J for the conduct of mili- 
tary training of the type the ca- 
dets receive during their »x-week 
tntimng program. 

ITw training includes imlbiie- 
tion in the use of the rifle, Slfflm 
mortar, lOdnrni recoilless rifle, 
map reading and first aid. Also, 
there is physical proficiency 
training and teeing, squad and 
platoon exercises, dismounted 
drUl, and leadei^p evalutfticm. 

1^ cadets will rot^e tiirou^ 
aU positions (d le^ler^p and 
make decisoiw, issue ordas ami 
supervise other cadets. They are 
closely Aipervia^ and tnuiwd by 
^perienced olGeets and mmcom- 
mis^m^ of^xrs who MMiAict 
classitHmi instruction at the col- 
leges and universtti^. 

<>idet Blwn is seheAded to 
nm^lete tbe wmmer eaxap train- 
ing on Juty 27, M03. 



The report 1^ b^n an impor- 
tant factor in the proposed Lynn- 
haven Bay dredgUig pn^ct be- 
cause a study <d the di»ase had 
to be made b^ore the pro^t 
could be aiproved by dw Army 
O)!^ of fio^neers. 

"Hiis is only one necessary de- 
ment," Cd. Free saM, "and other 
things ^iriU take ev«i more time. 
But at leaM tiw j^eces are begin- 
nh% to M into pliee." 

AwalMH$ fmtit 

The project, mtdgated hi 19SS 
to improve navlfMion hi the 
W^tem Brandi ei ^ Lynnha- 
1^1 River, Is now at a stambtill 
ui^ construction ftmds n« ap- 
proved by tlw House &ibanunit- 
tee on Public Works Apfaxiprit' 
tkaa. 

R^. Thomas N. Downing ap- 
pe««d before the committee on 
June 13 to requ^ $30,000 for 
final preconstructkHi {ilanning 
and $1,068,000, which is dw e^- 
mated co^ to be aanmwd by the 
fe<teral government. 

Dowmng said at ttiat time he 
expected to know witiiin ^ days 
what action the a>mniittee would 
tidce. No wnrd hm yet been rsy 
^ved. 

.ni^jHipfivtf wMnt JiMia wNt 

and eentr^ of 

Col. Fra« said he IwfMs if wIN 

be swHIdMit." It has 

•uiiiCMM. n ntm Oman 

en to fhe Chief Engineer hi 

Rdnaed by Junes H. FieMh^ 
»ting r^iotwl director of the 
Atiai^, Ga. bffi» of the Fish and 
Wildlife Servi<», the report Aates 
that much of the <^ater produc- 
tion expe<^d thnni^ idris project 
will depend on control of pcdhi- 
tion m the interior wate» and 
den^opment of private - leaseiEl 
o^ta- be(te in Broad Bay and 
Loi% Creek. 

Potential Increased pnxhiction 
e^wcially ctepends on cuttivati<m 
of about 722 acres of private 
lAased grcHuid in the two bodi^ 
of water, FldcUng reported. 

"<tyster gnmnds muM Iw made 
aiitabte for direct plaining of 
seed oysters and bMterial and nu- 
trteirt pollution coi^oBed if a 
^cc^sful oyster fi^wry is to be 
dev^ped and malntaiiwd for the 
SO^ear period of economic anafy- 
sis," the report ^Mes. 

R also pou^ wA thi^ d^el<q>- 
ment of naturad resistance to the 
disease and ccmtrdl ami manage- 
nwnt meaaires ''could wen make 



hMses Sustained 



INDiX 

socimr 

EDITORIAI. 

CWJftCHI^ 

iNTIIITMMinfF . 
CLAKin^ 



2 A3 

« 



up the 
MSX." 

The disease, fii^ experienced 
in lower Chesapeake Bay in dw 
sumnwr of 1960. follows a dffi- 
nUe patttsm. Tbe Orai yeur of 
infection oiusei ^dout two4fefag^ 
mortality of ibe oysters tnit ^i^- 
ly tess each aicceeding year am 
they develop a natural resaatanee. 

'VCnowledge of these patteiM 
can assiM in preparing a fishery 
ttuk^^BMA plan for plai^^ 
md lurvesHi^ oysters with a 
mimmum risk td losses," tlw re- 
port ^ates. 

Developnent of shellfishing, as 
well as te^owd mtvigation, was 
one of the determining factors In 
pronu>ting dw Lynnhi^en pro|^ 
ba^ in )U69. Thf ^^ume ^ 
11^ ther foltowing ye«r cteh^ 
the project ui^ dw Anny Cogpa 
of l^g^eers «Nihl mafce n ^udy 
of die atuation and f»«inii^^ 
tlw di^ase. 

Tlw E^^iiwers l»ve b^n mak- 
h^ dw etady under authority of 
the Ri^sr and Harb<ff Act of 
1M5. if 

The report by neUing faas 
been re^emA and concurred in 
by the Bureau of Cpmmerelal 
T^«w5, Glouce^er, Haw.; ^- 
^na^^lMMe oi 1ib«tar#diaie 



ot^. 



Medicul Assistant 
Hold Dinner 



V1RGB«A BEACH— The Tide- 
water Association of Medical As- 
ststants held a dinner meeting 
reoendy at the Cape Colony Club 
to r(Nmd out its activities until 
Sei^ember. ' 

MenOwrs from N(H4olk, Ptats- 
mouth and Vir^nia Beadi were 
treated to an interc^tt^ dlk 1^ 
Mrs. hcnm (^ick of the Chesa- 
pealse and P(^mae T^k|dmw 
Co. on tlw aibjMt, "The Voi« 
Widi A Smile." 

Preskleirt lUnh Di2« introte^ 
Mrs. Lonnle Kanak of RldnMSd, 
sUte seo-ettty <d the Virf^nla 
AMoeiatHm of Medwal A^btitfs. 

Sodia <%tfrmui Macel WIk- 
carver was in clwrge of a <farawing 
of pri^s dhaiated by Virginia 
B^ch nwrchtirts. 

A membenii^ drive will §ti 
underway ui Sefibamii&. Any(»e 
iKxttng fv a ^q^sdan te di^^bte 
fix i^nAwr^Up ami nuy <Mln 
ftutho- h^sinatioa irtm iait Ifc- 
Gowan at JU 74883. 



Journeymen 
At Gjvic Center 

VlHdlflA fiEAOH— The Al» 
B. ^epard Civic Center tins 
weekend will feature THE JOURr 
NEVIMEN, WlMse popularity hi 
the fdk field has given them tlw 
opportunity to p^form in neariy 
250 concerts in the past yes*. 

As a sin^g trw IHE JOUR- 
NilYMEN are exciting. Prc^ram- 
ndng sonp of Americana, tender 
baUMi^ rouang tuiws of Mxir, 
region, and anti-drinking, 4^ 
ptAip prtHnises an enjoyal^ eve- 
ning. 

A further took^ae-ai^^ien' 
treats the wdienM to Q^ fine 
sense of hunuo' of ^xdceanan 
John FUli]». Th^ omwc^ is evi- 
dent not only in the ^oken word, 
but abo in the sin^i^ side. 1%e 
trio scores with "Fl^ise Pqma. 
Dont Whip Uttk Bemiy" and m 
hillbUly mnnor, "How Moi^tain 
Guii Cin Loiw." " 

Vocally and instnmn»ita|fy 
Scott MoKenzie and Dick Wd^ 
man c<mtrftute outstanding m^- 
&; and guitar and banjo pftqdng 
to make THE JOURNEVIdB^ 
what they are. And wluA is th^? 
Why just a folk-sit^i^ #Mip 
whkh is billed as aich and which 
entertains an audience with a 
wdl4>alanced repetoire of sh^ 
and coiiwdy. 

NAVY MAN CONVICTED 
FOR RECKLESS DRIVING 

VQIGINIA BEACK-Harold W. 
Riley, %, of Oceana Nsvid Air 
StaiAan was convicted in Cncuft 
Court l^wsday of reckl^s Amnf 
hi the traffic deiUi of a ^mcsMb- 
dd giri. 

Judie RcAert S. Wahab fni^ 
him $100 and sentoic^ hsn to a 
month in ^dL Riley's or^tod 
ttans^ughta* char^ was amai- 
ed to reckl^s drivii^. 

Eiyse M^aar died imtenlfy 
Dm. 26 in a twtxar <3«ft mk US. 
Mtt»t injured five ottie- fMflo, 
11w accidKit occurred lAw 
George G. mi^, m, dw ^m 
bttwr. atteowded to tas Itft Mo 
Suae Dim bin ThMAar. 

Beriwe sakl Nc^bv's ^aat 
htt tooM^de h9 Jmgi^ 
b&aad tat. 



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COMMHICML Mrf RBIMMnAL Wnm 

Wiring for C^M Orv^rs and Water Heaters 

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itGE «ki 8MML A^mAhm mN^m 



TRAYLOR'S 

fmm^ QMMfy & %te Are ttMit Partners) 

GUILD OPTKIAN 

Bt Va* Beach 

f3«LASlCIN IIOtAO 
MlQRSSIONAL RaOMC 

Ae ae» WAc Hmm Motd & liahboni Scteol) 



PeNpnal Mentbn 



Ifr. and lira. Kamit S. Lawi, 
Jr. luve as time guesrts at tiuir 
Mnoe, Jfrs. Land's mottM; Ibi. 
IfaiNi^ leaner ^iMf tf IxHiifr 
f^ 1^., and Mtt.lAni'a l>roU» 
efpulaw and tUb&, Mr. and Mr£ 
FlRil OViniel of it. Louis, Ho. 



Mr. and Mrs. John M. Camp, 
Jr. of FVankUn are spending sev- 
mtl iveefci at ^mi cottsgo ^ 
«04 Oeem ftoat 



Mr. mi Hbt. €. L. tUbott. Jr. 
of Wa^aion q>mit Jut week- 
end al the Diplomat Motor Inn on 
SiidSL 



Mr. mi M^. flffiry I. Wafim, 
ni and ttelr tiiree (&Mght«rs of 
Baltiniore, Md. are spending sev- 
eral weeks at their hone ai 4S10 
0<»aa f^nt 



Mr. and Mrs. Bdbml H. Bail> 
iio, Jr., id ^i^KMria spent laM. 
HmAod vi^tii^^. Apo's pvr- 
«iM, ML and MM. R.^ Cai^ 
onlMSt 



Mr. a»d Mrs. H. HMr fiarrH, 
Jr. pf tlicim^Md In^ arrivirt to 
mtmwf tite JQlif <^tts^ on 98i<d 
St and Ooe«D Ave., for July and 



Ifr. a^ Mix. WiiUMn Di^^ 
and 4Mr three diiktarot and Mr. 
ai^ Uxt. <^A^ Scteev ni 
tteir tm0 cUiAnm, ^ of 1^«^ 
iMirg. are s^^ng tiM Mie 
c»tt^ m aOdi St., Iw tlie notttt 
olAily, 




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L^^nhavMi, 
««M^ FOR THE LADIES AND THBR DAUCSfTEl^ 



SALEf 

Atmomitmg pur AntituJ Stort-wtde Salt 
tf att stmtmer m^chandise. 



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^V2f MWOAY AND nmOAT ZTENINGS TIL 9 P Ji. 



t 



m 




s 



Mrs. T. N. P. JohiBon has re- 
tained to her ^jme on VStA SL, 
after spaing a iroek in Wch- 
mmd wtti h^ ffio^r, Bto. 
James A. Smith, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gordon; Jr. 
of RictaRMnd m&h the weekend 
gue^ otf Dr. and Mra. W. R. 
Elam, who are occuj^ii^ a cot- 
tage on .4&ti SL 



Mm K^ren Srivi^y of Louis- 
ville, Ky., anived Wednesday to 
vii^ hte- rooovnMe at Stratford 
CoO^e, i^ Bf^ Gilliain and 
bs' parei^, Mr. and Mis. Geoi^ 
GUIUioB <m 53rd SL 



Ifrs. Keteey G. Dar^ and Mrs. 
Kelsey G. Darst, St., have re- 
tnmed to their bcNnes tere after 
a wMk's motor trj^ tiirou^ tiie 
mourtains ol N(»4h Carolioa. 



Miss Rose Harvin of H^o^r- 
sm, N. C. is vbitii^ hff auitf, 
Mrs. WiUiam J. Vm^an and Mr. 
Vaughan A their h^ne tm 5^h 

St 



kSk spott bat neckc nd at tlK 
giKSt of Ifr. and jirs. D. Comnd 

lAtle. 



•fr. and Mrs. J^m Furoril of 
Bii^nai^ have arrived to spend 
t^ «M^k of July at their ootta^ 
M 53ffd St MKl O^m FitMit. 



Mn. DM^AiMdE widi ^ 
dtni^jwii, Jis»d MalM. H w- 
catt(»to€ tolta^MAs- by • the- 
^a. MasisiiiHtf^ liMtaig ho* 
parents. W. aatf Urs. B. F. 
Qp»9. wd hff aMer, Mrs. Ar- 
tln aL«ia Md te^^. tt is o- 
ptilid Oa te^ sa^in vM te 
OM#lita iAm te> toi^v, 8« 
Crei^, ainvas «• te^i|^ fison 
ttM Ani^ s« te «■ %c ofMla 
flnaoiftaMtf to OsraMtf. 




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Cdrdwell-Gates 
Vows Exchanged 

VDMjINIA beach — Miss 
Niiry I^kn Gates b^ame the 
bride of Walter Rhea CarAwIl 
at 3 p.m. Saturday in Blackwatcr 
Baptirt C^inA. 1^ R^. Ckry 
B. TlKMn^Mi onicttt^. 

llie bride is the dauditer of 
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gates. The 
bridegroom k tte scm of Mr. and 
Mrs. WiUiam R(^»t Cardv/ell 
of Norfolk. 

Mr. Gat^ ^ve his dauihter in 
marriage. Miss Margaret E. 
Gate was maul of hawx and 
0^^ attendant. 

Robert E. CardweU of Norfdk 
was b»t man. Groomsmen were 
William A. CardweU and Joscf^ 
Girtes Jr. 

After a rece|Hion in the churdi 
social hall, tfie owple ]^ for a 
^^dding trq} tfirou||i the GreM 
Sm(4cy >feuiMBins. 
— ! »' .'£'. '; ' — ^ »^■ ■ "" ! 



Miss A^n^ 
Is Married To 
Mr. Edwards 

^OU^A WMM ^ Miss 
^ii^ Diana wiiMttn NMiriMl 
Woodrow ^^ini B^w^ Jr. 
at 7 p.m. &itwiday in l^ni:^- 
i^lle Mf^M C^tfch. Vm Rev. 
S. Obwai^ Mt^ i^tor, per- 
formed the ceremony. 

The bride is the dau|^er of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jaims Marcus At- 
kinson frf Norfolk. Tlie bride- 
STomn is tfie ^n (A Mr. and Mrs. 
iHtotom W. Bchmnb of Waves, 
N.C. 

Mr. AtkttiwM |ia\% \m (tough- 
t»- is naffo^. Mrs. D^is f. 
Widker of IM^ffie was matron 
of h<^M-. EtatibMuids v^m Mrs. 
Ri^cr T. Vaifo «rf Ctaaieston. 
S.C., Mi^ JiMn E. Watwr of 
RoandK md Mn. 9m K. Gra- 
^m. The brMepoevi's sBter, 
Mfo I^ Lymi l^^rards of 
Waves ms j^or Mtemaid; 
Thm^i HcMud tM» Aower girl. 

Mr. Edwanb ww Ui scm's 
hM turn. QmomMBm were 
Tbomia W. AdcnsM. faflotfier of 
4« Mde, vsd HjvcAl lames 
MMiHw, iKNfc of IferfoNr, and 
Ae l^feptxxn's brothers, 
Dt^pey WayK Ei^Mmfe and 
CiMffes D^ald EAKMds, both 
of WwN. 

A rm^tim aos tali in the 
(kamik so^ Ml. Aftto a w«i- 
Jii^ tti^ to nmb, Ae couple 
will live at 7245 Remsen Street 
Nwfolk. 



BANK OF VIRGINIA BEACH 



STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION 



JUI« n, 196? 



ASMTS 

C^ ai^ Dtw horn Banks . , 

US. Government Securities . . 

Munhd^Hrt ami Other Secur iti^ 2, 1 06,424,65 

^;qv^ Intn'est on tnvestmeitfs 56,254.22 

Isens mvA Wscounte 5,987,018.06 



.$2,311,973.20 
. 5,466,464.01 



LIABILITIES 

Capital Stock— Common $ 480,000.00 

Surplus 670,000.00 

Un«;Jivlded * Profits 139,91 6.90 



Undivided Profits 



i«nkii^ Hm^s 

fttfnftum ar^ Equfprnoit 



* • • • 



lOTAL 



...... 2^,073.00 

107,1^.51 

14,669.24 

$16,299,025.89 



Reserves 



139,916.24 
53,956.92 



Myers-Coureas 
Vows Spd^n 

NORFOLK — Miss Loretta 
Ame M;^n tecasie the bride of 
Daaald Jdim C^reas Sataiday 
at 4 p.m. in Immaculate Concep- 
tion Oiapel on tiie Naval Air 
Startaon. Lt Robart Young, Chap- 
lain Cotpa, USN, performed 
the cerwnony. 

The bride is a daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Lee Ewing Myers of 
Virginia Beach. The bridegroom 
e the scm (rf I^. Mary B. 
Coureas of Norfdk. 

The bride was given in mar- 
riage by her father. The bride's 
sister, Mrs. Donald Edward Wirt 
of \^fiBia Be^h, was matron 
of hoirar. Miss Cynthia Elaine 
Coureas, si^er of t^ l^ul^room 
was maul erf hcMoor. » 

Pet^ K. BalMdas was < best 
^man. Osoomsn^n were I>r. Cbar- 
les L. Gmdry Jr. oi I^tsmoudi; 
DnuJd Edward Wirt awl WUson 
T. Hotze, b<^ of Virginia Beach; 
and James W. P^ty Jr. 

After a receptkjn in the Naval 
Air Statim Offkxrs' Oxh, die 
couple left iot a New Englaiul 
wedding trip. They will live at 
420 Hanmd St, Apt 6. 



Mss Stewart 
Is Bride Of 
Mr. Cousins 



aiE&MWEAKE — The mar- 
r^ of N^ C^^s Jew ^e- 
\MM and j^ ^unoas 0w^al 
took G4aco fetioday at 3 p.m. m. 
Bethel Asswnbly of God. Th© 
ceremony was perftxmed by the 
Rev. David E. Stewait and the 
Rev. Hu^ B. Mason. 

The bride » tte dai^Mer dL 
Mr. mi Mrs. Ei^ms F. tew- 
art. Uw.tekl^oom is the son^ 
yti%, C^Xfe^Misins and ^ tale 
Qil^. Go«sm of Va. %eMi. - 

Mr. ^ewart gave \m dauglM^ 
n mtfriage. iBe Mdte's sM»-, 
Mm Dorothy ^«wK, w« makl 
(rf h<»or. Bridesm^ds were 
Misses Brenda Stevrart of Hyiuns- 
vUle, Md., Mai^aret Van <te R«t 
of No^olk and Patsy Meixel, 
Junior bridesmakis weft Misses 
&isie Btcwer and Deborah Jonm, 
bodi of Virginia Beach. Kali 
Cousins was flower girl. 

B^t man was C^rge Cousisb^ 
of Rkdimond. Grocmismen were 
Ae bride's brother, Dell Stewart 
of Silver Spring, Md., Richard 
Nicily of Portemouth and Ham- 
fordl Pnrffitt erf Norfolk. Dave 
^^PMTt was ring b»rer. 

ANTKX^ptkm was hdd in the 
churcnssocial hall. Afteir a sitort 
wedding trip, the couple wUl live 
at 1208 Raymond Court Vir- 
ginia Be«A. 



Interest Collected-Not Earned 1 53,4 1 1 .83 



TOTAL .$16,299,025-89 




Offices Serving 
Greater Virginia Beach 



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Renfrow-Matney 
Vows Are Spoken 

NORFOLK — Miss Jeai 
LaRue Renfiow b«:ame the bride 
<rf Wniiam Jennies Matney at 
4 p.m. Satur<kiyin Chri« Mcth- 
ddkt Church. The Rev. Sidiu^ 
L. WUlis perfctfmed the oat- 
mony. 

The bride is a daugliter dt 
Mn. W. J. Renfrow aiKitiM late 
Mr. Ri^frow. Ite brM^room k 
a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C M^- 
ney of Virginia Beach 

TTie bride's uncle, Ernest Ren- 
frow, gave her in marriage. Her 
sister, Miss J<»n Renfrow, was 
maid (rf honor. Bridesmaids were 
Misses Suzanne Staylor of Vir- 
ginia Beach; Gail Vincent of 
Central City, Ky.; Patricia Ren- 
frow, sitter of tte bride; uid 
Donna Abbot. Jan Harris was 
flower girl and Roderick Prints 
WM ri!% b»uer. 

Keith D. M^MMy of Viiginia 
Beai^ was best muL Growns- 
m«i w«e Jimmy Matoey, brotfi- 
er of the IvkkignxHn and Lra 
Ferrari, both of Virgiata Beadi; 
and BUI Koh&is and MUce WU- 
lis. 

After a reception in die church 
social haU, the couple left i<x a 
««dding trip to Miami Beadi. 
They will live at 3515 NcMway 
Place. 

Hines-Rhudy 
Vows Exehang^ 

VIRGINIA BEAOI — Old 

Donation Episco{»l Chtirch was 
tte setting Saturday at 2 p.m. 
for the wetkiing ot Miss JoAnne 
Virginia Hines to George Frank- 
jlin Rhudy. The Rev. Bcveriey D. 
Tucker Jr. perfcMin^ Ae cere- 
mony. 

The bri<fe is Ae daugliter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard GranviUe 
HiiKs. The bridegrocmi is the son 
of Mr. and Mrs. C^wge Davis 
RJiudy of Denbigh. 

Mr. Hi^s gave his dau^ter 
in marriage. Miss Arm Lyon was 
maid erf honor. Bridesmaids were 
MMses Carolyn Welch of Wioe- 
bus, Nadine Isaacs, Diane Sykes 
and Pat M^kins. Kimberiy Loft- 
in of Chesapeake was flower girt. 

Mr. Rhudy was best man for 
his scwi. Grownsmen were Roger 
Wanen, M«: Rawls and Lel^ 
Griffin, all erf Norftrfk. and Dickie 
Hines, the bride's brother. 

A receptkn was held in the 
U.S. Amphibious Base Officers' 
Club. After a soutl»ro wedding 
trip, the couple wUl Uve at 5509 
Alson Dr., Apt. 141-C, Norfdk. 




MRS. CONSTANTINE SPANOULIS 

(Auf eager PlxMo) 



Miss Christie, 
Mr. Simnoulis 
Exchange Vows 



VIRGINIA BEAOI — Miss 
Cbloe Anna C3lristk became the 
bride of Constantine Angek) 
Spanenilis Sunday at 5 p.m. at 
Greek Orthodox Church of An- 
nuncntw erf NcMfolk with Fathsr 
Constantine BM<^ officiating. 

The brkle is the dau^Mer of 
Mr. and Mrs. Tlieodosk Oiris- 
tie of 3 1 4-25 }4 ^xcet, Virginia 
Bsae^. The bricfegroom is a resi- 
(knt of 1116 BAv^w Avenue, 
NorfoUt. 

Miss Chrwtie was given in 
marria^ by Iwr father and her 
seller, Mas Geoi^ia Christie, 
served as maid of bcmot. 

Bridesmaids were Miss Sophie 
Qiristie and Miss Sophe S|»n- 
oulis, of Norfolk; Mfcs &ella 
Petrides, Mj^ni, Fla.; and Miss 
Deirdre Ann Jacovides, Frank- 
lin, Va. 

Jack Jacovides of Franklin 
w^s best man. Groomsmen were 
^ephan Antlrony and John An- 
dwny of New Hyde Park, Long 
Island, N.Y.; Chrk Qiristie and 
lack Christie of Norferfk. 

After a rece^ion in the Hel- 
lenic Center Qiurch Social HaU, 
the couple left for a weckUng trip 
to Washington, D.C. 

XXiring the summer they will 
reside in Franklin bi/t will return 
U> Williamri}urg in die fall when 
Mr. Spanouk wiU resume his 
studies at the College of William 
and Maiy Law School. 

Miss Cobb 
Becomes Bride Of 
Mr. Johnscm 



Zim fimt for 
liyMrBimtt.Mt 

bmo, a doelar'i Sonattl*, 1q^ 

i^q^MMMMHA af MriM* 
aBaeyflSSi/^em «f»t(£^^ 



FRED M. WILLIAMS, M. D.' 
Eye Physician and Surgeon 

AnnoufK^s 
the removal of his office from Norfolk Apical To'w^r 

To 
PIKX^^IONAL BUILDUP 

1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Bea^, Virginia 

By Apf>ointment Telephone 428-4214 



NORFOLK — Miss Kathryn 
Joellen Cdsb b»:ame tfie bride 
<rf Ralph Hudnall Johnson Jr. 
Saturc^ at 3:30 p.m. in Epto- 
copal Qiurch <rf die Epiphany. 
TTie Rev. Jmt^h W. Buchanan, 
r«;tor, performed the ceremony. 

TTw bricks is the daughter of 
Mrs. Oitence &^ard (Mtib and 
the lat© Mr. Cobb. The bride- 
groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ral{4i HudnaU Johnson of Vir- 
ginia Be^h. 

The bride's godfather, R. Rod- 
gers Smith, gave "her in marria^. 
M«s Bari^ara Ann Vaught wm 
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were 
Misses Patricia Carol Shortt of 
Vi^inia Beach, Barbara Joan 
Grape and Linda Carol Creek- 
mur. C)«thia Ann Smith erf Vir- 

tnia Bcacfc, was flower girl, 
ingbearer was RaiKJkriph W. 
Vau^lte. 

M^ael Curley of Rk^nwnd 
WM best man. Grexmismcn were 
the brieJcgnxMn's Isother, Don- 
ald Hcward Johnsem, and E. 
Rando^A White, bodi of Vir- 
ginia Beach; aiul Davkt Viar erf 
Lynchburg. 

After a fH^ptim m tte 
cbuKh ^rUi kom^tite ccw^ 
kft «i a Hi^^B w^Ung tr». 
Th^ wUl lii^ M Wi 
Av^i». 



Irvin-Saunders 
Vows Spoken 

PLAZA— Miss Joyce Maureen . 
Irvin became the ftiride of Frank- \^ 
lln Bails Sauneters June 21 at B J 
p.m. at the Chapel in the Woods, 
Naval Air Station in Norfolk. 

The bride is the dau^ter of 
Mrs. Doris downing of Prineeas 
Anne Plaza and Robert R. Irvin 
of Flint, Mich. Mr. Saun^rs is 
the son of Mrs. Edith Hamilton 
Saunders of Miami, Fk. and O. C. 
Saunders of Win^on Sd«n, N,C,^' 

Tl« double-ring e-erraaony was* 
fterformwl by flie Rev. Chi^ain 
Ulky of the Naval AgJ^.,^ 

father, Geoi^ T. Browning, ttie 
bride eiSuNK • waMz-kngth prin- ', 
oe» Ayte Ar^B of cotton voUle 
awl a iin^tip veU that Ml from 
a crown of pearis. SIm can^ a 
colonial bouquet oi iMte cama- 
tioiM with white accesKKies. > 

Ml« G€<M^ Ruth Irvin ^tend- 
ed hat sMer as maid of honor 
aiKi rr^ L. Jack Robinson of 
Vii^inia Beach was b^ mm. 

Tat a wedding trip throu^ the ' 
flCMit^sn i^ales, the iteide worn a 
mint gr^n taUored linen wM 
with white accessories. Upon tteir 
return the couple wUl r^ide in 
Ifew Lmeton, Ck>nn. where Mr. 
Saaoae^ Is sMac^d to tiw Rob- 
ert E. Lee SSfBM. 

The brkte is a graduate of ' 
Keaitfey Hi^ SeSioed in Flint, 
Mich, and the groom is a •ptidu- 
ate of R. J. Reynolds High School., 
in WiMrton Sdem, N, C. ^ I 



Miss Whartm 
Is Wed To 
Lucius J. Kellam 



SOMERViLLE, N.J. — The 
marriage of Miss l^cinda Stewart 
Wharton to Lucius James Kellam 
III tocA place in St. Jiptoa's 
Epi«»f»l Ctiurch S^urtoy at 
? p.m. Tlie Rev. HolllsS. Smith, 
nxrtor and the Rev. Samuel F. 
Goulthorpe Jr. perfe>rmcd the 
Ceremony. " 

Tto brWe is Ae dkv^Mt of . 
Mr. ttd Ikfrs. T, Girwfl Wiartan. 

The bridegroom is the son erf 
Mr. and Mre. Lucius J. Kellam 
(rf Belle Haven, Va. 

The bride was given in mar- 
riage by her f«hcr. Miss Martha 
Andrews erf Pine Bluff, Ark., 
was maid rf honor. Bridesmaids 
were Miss Lee Davenport <rf Tai- 
lah^see, Fla.; Miss Edwina 
Moore of MUledgevHle, Ga.; and ' 
Miss Jane Schocmmaker. 

Mr. Kellam was best man for 
h» Km. Groomsmen were E. 
P^ Kellam Jr. erf Belle Haven; 
Howaid Holdemes Jr. erf Greens- 
boro, N C; Hugh L. Patterson 
of aiarlottesville. Va.; Lew D. 
Thompson III of Darien, Conn.;- 
John J. DIAmson erf New York^ 
City; T. Hume Dixon Ir. of 
Townswid. Va.; C. ChUw^ 
Ames of Cape diaries, V».; aul 
Alvin E. I^ryea Jr. 

A rece^ion was held m Rari- 
ten Valley Country Club. After a 
wedett^ trip to Bermuda, tl» 
wpJe;wiU tiw m Wi^^urg, 



mjim 



mmm 



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Ihe *Y' of It 



Are you one of tlie tnu^ per- 
•OM to «» city of Viifinia Beach 
^ hM benefits! torn toe va^ 
m programf lal $mifm pro- 
m^m^^ ttie viiftolt Beach 
«W(a of me Nintfolk YWCA? 
«i*W yai dij^wBwd a mw 
tatere* or improved «n oW oi» 
ta our daytime op ef?«U^ daas^. 
Were ym enrolled in m athtetk; 
omi Or, WW H the Book Review 
a«I "Clatiic Study" which 
wmi0A ywi to the "Y"? Do yai 
how have peace of mind becMae 
your child has Uxcmd to awim 
«nd was trained throu^ our 
swinmUi^ daa^a? Is your daugh- 
tor a better citiien becauae of l»r 
Y-Teen artivtties? 

Tlw anactentious and hart 
working Committee on A<knin- 
i^ntUon and the various mb-ecm]- 
mlttees are grateful to the church- 
es, iK^eto, clubs, banlra, ImsiTOSs 
finns and <rther lirterested citi- 
wna, '9rtu} make tt pMsttale for us 
to |»ovlde these programs and 
servl<^ for you. But, in spite of 
our ^^i^asm and their support, 
we would be unible to ftim^on 
without ttMt fimiKial astfrtan(% oi 
the United Communities i\ind. 
In 1963 the Fund has provided us 
with an office which we rfiare 
with the Volunteer Service Bu- 
reau and CMM and FamUy Serv- 
' ice. TTie U-CJ". also mxp^potU «ir 
budfet iiHiieh covers a &«ndi 
Dke<^4H' and administration corts. 
In 1964 'Wf are {dannb^ to ex- 
pand our pn^ram and service 
in an effort to meti the increas- 
ii^ neeite in aui oommun^. M 
order to acccsnpikh ms, we wiU 
be even more dependent upon 
tbe ifinandal support of &m 
U.CJ.— i.e.: 40% or our over-all 
tw(^ a Uffgi portion ci whk^h 
will provMe for «iditional e»en- 
tJal ^f ^and an ei^nded Y-Teen 
program. 

The carrying out of our pro- 
ffmi in 1964 will dep^id to a 
igr^i extent on Qie success of tiie 
1963 Ui^ted Communiti^ Fund 
fiampaign. The aeries of mtcoeas- 
M drives in tte f^ hftve n<^ 
eoam MxHrt by chazKse. It has 
taksen sm^ hours <^ year around 
I^ftaration. The Olvldon Chair- 
inR are Mready Umi^ up the 
neceasaiy volunteers to canvas 
the radd^tfal areas. Tim is an 
opp<xe1nmy tor th<se of you who 
have ^ae»d^ benefited ir<»n the 
"F*. anvils to help us to meet 
ftiture needs. Will you help? U 
so, please register with us ik>w 
to serve as a volunteer during the 
Fall Campa^ of the U.C.F. C<m- 
tact any member of the "Y" Ccmi' 
mittoe on Administration; call 
GAS^ffiS (Va. Beach Y.W.C^. 
and VdunlMr Service Bureau) or 
MA2-6Sai <Norfolk Y;W.C.A.). 

QueA writer this week . . . 

(Frances ilusick <Mrs. J. W.) 

Chainmn, 

Conunl^e of Admini^r^on 

Phone: GAS^Ol 

PjS. An interest in tbe "Y" is 
not a recpiirement. We will be 
happy to re^^r anyone willing 
to mv/e as a vohuiteer for the 



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Miss Kait» Patrick^ (left) and Mas Claudy Tucker of 
Virginia Beadi are pictured aboard tiie Dutch student ^ip 
Groote Beer as they (x^ej^i^ to sail frmi New York to RcMter- 
dam. The two girls, both students at the College of William and 
Mary in Williamslmrg, will study at the Sorlxmne in Paris lot 
the summer session and will return hcnne the secom! week in 
September. Karen is the daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. L. F. Patrick 
of Bay CMony, Claudy is the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. J(^ 
Tucker of :Mth Street. 



Art Event 



Top Judges Named 
For Boardwalk Show 

VEROl^nA BEAOH — "nuee l»tt ^Oned wide rec(^iKtion as an 
out^aiKling judg^ have been j ^'t'wjr, authority on art and re- 
search. 



named for the 6th Annual Vir- 
ginia Beach Boardwalk Art ^ow 
to be preseirted July 11-15 by the 
Virginia Beach Alt Association. 

The three men— John Richart 
Q»ft, Charies P. Parkhurst, Jr. 
and Francis Vandev^r Ku^er 
— M« all well-known and well re- 
spected in the field of art. 

Craft, director of the Cokunbia 
(S. C.) Bb^um of Art dnce 1^0, 



Ovie Lea^e 
Meets Monday 

POINT O' WOODS— The Point 
O' Woods Civic League wiU meet 
Momli^ at 8 pjn. at Foundry 
Melhodkt CtMireh's double-room 
edu<»tion buUding on Virginia 
Beach Boulevard. 

Election of permanent officers 
will be held and all rodents of 
I^int 0' Woo^ are urged to at- 
t«id. 

Personal Mention 

Mm. Paul Gallant of Long 
Beach, Calif., has been the guesrt 
of Mra. Gail T. Huffako- of the 
Mayflower Apwte^nts for the 
I»i4 two weefa. WhOe here. Mrs, 
GkOlant atoo viated with rdath^ 
and many friends. 



Magazine Wins 
Two Awards 

RKaiMOIND — '"The Coimnon- 
w^ealth," The Magazine of Vir- 
ginia, lua won two national 
awards ma<te by the American 
Assocwtion of Commerce Publi- 
cations, it w^ announced today. 

In recent judging at tlie asso- 
ciation's annual meeting at San 
Diego, Calif., the montWy Vir- 
ginia publi<^tion was given the 
t<^ awart for editorial skills 
among all state chamber publica- 
tions. Also, "The Commonwealth" 
received a speckl award for its 
editorial content. 

flerbei^ iOein, editor of the 
San Diego Union and former 
press sea«tary for lUchard M. 
Nixon, judged tlw entries in the 
national competition. 

"TTie Commonwealth" is pub- 
lis}»d by the Virginia State Cham- 
ber of Commerce, Staff membera 
inclu(te James S. Wamsley, edi- 
tor; Phillip R. D'Adamo, associate 
editor; and W. Robert Milford, 
Jr., busii^as manager.^ 

Last year the AAOP prraented 
the magazine two awards for 
"The Civil War in Virgink," a 
special supplement that received 
wide critical acclaim. 

Seatack To Hold 
Benefit Dinner 

SEIATACK— A dinner to bene- 

fit the See^ack Communtty Cen- 
ter will be held Saturday at the 
borne of Mra. "Mary Parson in 
Sertack. 

The n»nu will include fried 
chicken, greens, potato salad, hot 
xoM and combreid. Donations 
will be f 1 p«r plate. Food wll be 
delivered by calling 428-^84. 




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Onpm\ - "We'll Decorate Your Icfca" - Unusual 

Mrs. Moore's Bakery 

HWfCT 19 Bm-\J& SUPER MARKET 

400 worn sr. viRaiNiA beach qa e-s(»i 



lie is the author of books on 
Aai^i^n and Ehiropean .painting, 
biographies of the Renaissance 
and has contributed to many na- 
tional pemdicals. He has traveled 
ertenslvely, once around the 
world, and whUe living in Paris 
traveled throughout the Euro- 
pean continent. 

Craft l^s studied i^ Yale and 
in Paris and AAhens, Gree<% and 
excavated at Olynthos Greece in 
1936 and ti^ North Slope of the 
Acropolis in Athene the ioUowing 
year. 

Parkhurst has been assented 
with the (National Gallery of Art 
in Washington, D. C. as well as 
many other outstanding galleries 
and museums, has been a college 
profejBor in art and arciieology 
and has won both Ford Founda- 
tion and Fulbright Research Fel- 
lowships. 

He, too, is an ^uithcnr of some 
reknown, having written various 
articles on Medieval, Renaissance 
and Baroque Art and specialized 
art brochures and booklets. 

'Parkhurst is now director of 
tlie Bfdtimore <Md.) Museum of 

Art. 

Kughler, who paints in oil and 
watercolor and does lithography, 
has painted portraits of six <te- 
ceased imr correspondents which 
now hang in the A^ociatod Press 
offices. 

List«i in "Who's Wlio in hm/N" 
ican Art," he is a (wpular judge, 
particularly with the Washington 
Square Outdoor Art Show and is 
tte author of "How To Judge an 
Art Show." 

His {huntings depicting the his- 
tory of North CaroUM hang in 
the Institute otf Government at 
the Univemty of North Caix)lina 
in Chapel Hill. 



PMnify Rrantmi 
Is Held 

VIRGIGA BBACW— A ^nily 
reunion vras faeU i^»ntly irt tl^ 
hmm Mid coMi^s of Mr. aiMl 
Mrs. Eric Aalemm in Virginia 
Beach, at WA Ocean Avenue E., 
in honor of Mrs. Anderswi'a 
mother, Mrs. A. W. Atbey at the 
^ove address. 

Guests indudnl her dau^tfers 
and sons ami their wi^s ami 
children, Mr. aiul Mrs. Allen 
Athey and <|au^tor, Pam, and 
Mr. and Mra. Lemar Miky, aB of 
Tampa, Fla. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Tanner 
and children, Douglas and Doro- 
thy of Rutherfoniton, North Car- 
olina. 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dexter and 
children, David, Phyllis and Rob- 
in of Williamsburg, Va. 

Jifrs. Athey's grandchildren, 
en and Margaret (A the idtrave 
addre^. 

Mr. and Mrs. Winston Aihey 
and children, Warner, S^isannah 
and Elizabeth of Virginia BeM:h. 

Also Mrs. Athey's ^pdai^- 
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold MoCoy 
of Parkersburg, West Virginia. 

Water Safety 
Rules Listed 

Hedth and Safety Tips Fran 
The American Metfcid Asm. 

Water safety in sports is pri|i- 
cipally a matter of knowing the 
safety precautions and observing 
them. 

Deaths by drowning could be 
cut down to almost none if swim- 
mers vrauld <Aserve a few rules 
— never swim alone, or at ni^t 
except in well-lifted pools, w 
just after eating, or when overly 
tired. 

Deaths and injuries from div- 
ing could be virtually eliminated 
if divers would take the tr5uble 
to know \»iiere they were diving. 
How deep is the water? Are 
there any underwater obstruc- 
tions? Diving accidents almost 
always are caused by diving into 
shallow water or unfamiliar 
water. 

Water skiii^ — a sport that is 
growing rapidfy in popularity — 
need not be hazardous. The skip- 
per of the boat should know 
what he is doing, avoiding 
dangerous hi^ speeds and 
skimmmg too close to docks, 
other boats and obstructions. 
Preferably, there should be a 
second man in the boat, and, 
very importent, the skiier should 
wear a life belt to keep him afloat 
if he is winded by a smashing 
fall. 

Underwater swimming and 
spear fishing with artificial 
breathing apparatus, is another 
sport that is gaining in popularity: 
Here again, knowing how to 
swim well, how to use the 
aqualung and how to handle 
oneself under water will prevent 
most accidente. 

In boating accidents, the 
cardinal safety rule is — stay with 
the boat. Someone will be along 
eventually to pick you up, and 
a long swim to the shore is be- 
yond the capacity of all but a 
few highly trained afliletcs. 

Sunburn, the universal haz- 
ard of water sports, also can be 
aw>ided or minimi^d by using 
common sense — don't stay out in 
the hot sun too long. 

Knowledge of artificial respir- 
ation, with emphasis on the new 
mouth-to-mouth method, will 
save many people from succumb- 
ing to drowning. It kn't very dif- 
ficult to apply artificial respira- 
tion, if you know how. 

liiere are few water safety 
problems that couldn't be avoided 
by the application of common 
sense, coupled with at least a 
cursory knowledge of safety 
rules. 



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Shriners Dance 
To Myer Davis 
Society Band 



• vniGD«A BEAOH—TTie fam- 
ous Meyo" Davis Orohestra. one 
of the mtion's top soci^ bands, 
will play for a public dan<% July 
29 at the Cavalier Beach and Ca- 
bana Club. 

Ihe event will be ^onsored by 
the Virginia Beach Shri^ Clab. 
Tickets are now on sale from 
mea&xin of the sponsoring 
gnHip. 

Members of the Beach Club 
and Cmralier Hotel guei^ will be 
admitted free, as prorvided by 
their n^ndsership dues, but the 
general public must have tickets 
or pay at <the door. 

Claude ThomhiU 
Opens Tonight At 
Beach Club 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Qaude 
Thomhill, with his piano and 
(H-chestra, will open tonffiht at 
the Cavalier Be^h and Cabana 
Club. 

The famous bandl^tder will 
be featured on the Starlight Dedc 
bandstand throu^ July 18. 

Pat Henry, a newcomer to Vir- 
ginia Beach but not to the en- 
tertainment world, is now appear- 
ing nightly in the Cavalier's Hunt 
Rown tiirough July 25. 

HOLIDAY INN OPENS 

NORFOLK — The Holiday 
Inn on Military Hi^way, owned 
by Robert L. Mott of Virginia 
Beach, opened for busmess 
Wednesday in time for the Fourth 
of July weekend. 

The 104-unit motel, costing 
about $750,000, features a 
swimming pool, coffee shop, 
100-seat restaurant and 350-scat 
banquet room. 



MADAM MAHGd 
CHFTED PALMIST Aad LIFE 
HEADER t^s PMt, PiCMBt Md 

HFMwt. 
WIB rfrc yoa aMet, 
food 1a<±. and iMkjr 
Band, tf yon an a Tfe- 
tfan of «Tl tnciBiM ike 
win help yon aolre yov 
pvoMemg. Not to be 
daiKd as gypiriee. 
Dafljr tad Snday RMdii^i 
Located 7 miks Nertt of ^rla- 
mootfi on Roate 17 near Chntfe- 
bud, Va. State ft Coanly Uraiaod. 

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Ljadb BeiMce Anii.«(ro^ 

Miss Xrmstrong 
On Dean's List 

PORTSMOUTH — Linda 
Beatrice Armstrraig a sophomore 
at Fre<ferick CoU^ is cm the 
Dean's List for the Sprh^ Se- 
mester, according to Dr. Ernest 
R. Wood, Dean of die CoHcKe. 
erage (rf *A'. In wtfer to qualify 
point average is 3.69. When 
transited intt) traditional sym- 
bols, she has maintained an av- 
erage oi 'A'. In orde rto qualify 
for the Dean's List at Frederrck 
a student must cam a Quality 
point average of 3.5 os higher 
with no graob lower than a C". 

Miss Armstrong, a graduate of 
Virginia Beach Hi^ School, k 
the dau^ter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ernest Hilton Amiiitrong 

MATHEW FAMILY 
VISITING HERE 

Bfrs. Robert F. Mathews and 
children, Anne and Jduifigr, of 
Sevema Park, Md. are the guests 
of Mrs. Mathews' mother, Mrs. 
Edkh W. Burden, 7710 Atlantic 
Ave. Mr. Mathews will jms his 
family the latter part of July and 
they will then motor to their new 
home in Denver, Colo. 



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CHANGE-OF-LIFE.. 

does it fill you with terror 
...frighten you? 

READ UOV COUNTLESS ffNEN HAVE FOUND 
THEIAYTOOVERCCMECHANBE-ONJFEFEMS ' 



Have yoa reached that time of 
life when your body experiences 
strange new sensations— when 
one minute you feel enveloped 
in hot flushes and the next are 
clammy,cold,drained of energy, 
nervous, irritable? Are you m 
an agony of fear? Ibo troubled 
to be a good wife and motl»r? 
Don't just suffer from the 
suifocating hot flashes, the lud- 
den waves of weakness, the 
nervous tension that all too fre- 
quently come with th« change 
when relkf can be had. 

The gentfe ti^kin* wHh Hf gmnfh 




Find c<nBfortfaig relief the 
way coufitless^women have, 
with gentle Lydia E. Pinkhacm 
Tablets. Especially develop^ to 
htlp women through this most 
ttymg period. In doctor's testa 
8 out of 4 women who took 
them rep<nied wdeome effec- 
tive rdief . And all without ex- 
pensive "shots." 

Don't brood. Don't worry 

Joarself sick. Get Lydia £. 
inkham "Dtblets atjroor drug- 
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Engagements 

NORRn— KILLENeR 

^^RGINU SMCH — Mr. and 
Mra. Andrew iM. Swteg annouiMX 
Oie enptgement of Mrs. Swing's 
d»ighta', Miss Diana Rdy Nonis 
to Lt. (J.g.) OemMd Hionas 
KeHeher, USN. 

U. KeUeher is the son of Mr. 
and Mra. lluNn^ K^leher of 
WetM^f^ld, Conn. 

Mia Norris, daughter of Wil- 
liant Norris of Scottscale, Ariz, 
is a graduate of Virgink Beach 
High School and attended tiie 
Pforfdk CoU^e of William and 
Mary. She als) attended Ambler 
Canqpus of Temple University. 

Mr. Kelleher is a graduate cum 
laude of Notre Dame University. 
Wl^n he finii^ies duty in tl^ 
U. S. Navy in S^tember, he wlH 
work for a mister's degree in 
nuclear engineering at the Uni- 
veraify of New (Mexico. 

The wedding will take pla<% 
July 13 in Star-of-^the-Sea Catholic 
Church. 



Virginia Beach Sl»W«WS, 
Thursday, July 4, 1963 
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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 

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Volunteer Fire Departments 
Seeking Financial Help 



The City of Virginia Beach is fortunate, 
indeed, in having many efficient volunteer 
fire departments throughout the area and 
these groups are asking help in a f inandal 
way to carry on their programs of fire pre- 
vention and fire control. 

July has been set aside b ythe 1 4 volun- 
teer fire departments in the city to conduct 
fund rasiing drives to support their work. 
In each instance the various departments 
are cx>nducting their own drives for funds 
with special committees in each group in 
charge of the fund-raising campaign. 

The x^lunteer firemen are seeking funds 
f<y many things. Some of the money will 



be used for new buildings, some will be 
sppnt for additional fire-fighting equip- 
ment and, of course, much will be used for 
operating expenses. 

The city is unique in that the majority 
of the area is protected by these volunteer 
fire deparments. Only the Borough of Vir- 
ginia Beach has a paid department. 

As the volunteers state: "we are ready 
and willing to help 365 days of the year 
and we are asking one time for financial 
help from residents of Virginia Beach." 

The Sun-News urges everyone who can 
to contribute to the support of the volun- 
teer fire departments in the city. 



Optometric Group Presses For 
Periodic Driver Eye Test 




BASKIN' IN THE SUH 



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Traffic safety is a well discussed subject 
and many have varied Ideas on the sub- 
ject. However, It would appear that much 
of the dlsojssion is just that with littki 
<tef4nite act*^^ steps te do^om^hmg- about 
it. 

Sudi is not the case with the Virginia 
^:tion of the American C^tom^ric Asso- 
ciation. This group is actively urging legis- 
lation in this state that would require a test 
of a driver's eyes whenever it comes time 
to renew the driver's permit. 

This would mean that every three years 
a Virginia licensed driver would have to 
undergo an eye/ test before his driver's li- 
^nm was renewed. IWs would mean that 
a person with standard vlsfon vwHild not 



necessarily be driving 40 years later with- 
out having had to pass an eye test during 
those 40 years. 

Optometrists say that this proposal is 
not an attempt to eliminate drivers but 
rather a program aimed at detecting poor 
vision before it has caused an accident. 

It seems fairly safe to say that there 
must be many drivers on the highway to- 
day who can't see how to avoid accidents 
In many c^es these dri>«r$ are nc^ aware 
of their deficiency. The periodic tests would 
tend to elinrrinate this rondition. 

We hail the suggesting of the optome- 
tri»ts and hope that the Virginia legislature 
will carefully consider this r^oposal. 



Folder Describes 



the Wue and #bte -^#r 
scribes tbe jstad ^rfe '^^i^ifeti- .^ 

"five future -wonders of the 
world." The folder is illustrated 
with photograpltt and drawings. 
The Chesap^iJM Bay Biidge- 
'ftmnel, which will he a fixed 
crossing over the list water bar- 
rier on the Ocean Hiway, is sched- 
uted for completkxi early in 1964. 




NORFOLK — A new^:|ad^f%.taito»dVtli®^'^B^^!^^ oi^e Eastern Shore 

which describes the 17.6 ^^ l^^nel wilt %| one a^ "a hall ! of V^ 

long Chesapeake Bay Bfidge-atin- K«jrs from the tfia|;it m^ i^\n^t^\^ pi Virginia's main- 
nel, now" toeing-<?raistriic|^^<w€i* to' drive the north-iifctftsfii^i^: I iarjd, IJftji^ilSrtdgfeTunnel is a 
the open watMs ol the' JSt^tic The last of 37 ^fce, section 6iKcoiBpJeX':»|:fou^ evan-made is- 
Ocean, h^ ju4^4»een j^Wiabed. tee Chesapeake t^jwrel \«!^:!UfllfJia'#s two '<iihnels, two bridges 
Called "Over «4%ndef^^i^a,"t recently aftd the te^^^jali .^mt tfife ^.W trestM 'ft»«$«^ay. It wiE re- 




<le-fN&rth 

struction made tfie"^ danger' of 
serious delays from the approach- 
ing summer hurricane season ex- 
tremely remote. With the last 
pile expected to toe driven in late 
July, the major olistacles in the 
project have become history. 

Spanmng the Atlantic where it 
meets the Chesapeake Bay Irom 




Fort Story Opens Lake For Fishing 



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Correspondents 



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Mrs. I^i» Padfick 



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Chesapeake Beach 
Ck»an Park 

341-1978 King's Grant 

Pirvewood Gardens 
Eastern Park 



Mrs. P^igy Holland 428-7993 Bay Colony 

Linkhorn Park 
North Virginia Beach 

A^. Mward Tif^o 341-3674 Thalia 

(TO a.m.-4 p.nn.) Birchwood Gardens 
Malibu 

Mrs. Kay Jirfmwn 341-4942 Oiesopelan Colony 

C#^ 6 p.m. PrjnwH Anne Plaza 



Cmdr. King Is New 
Ashlimd CO 

LITTLE CREEK— Commander 
Ernest J. King, Jr., will relieve 
Commander A. W. Prira as com- 
manding (rfficer (rf Ae 6oc% tend- 
ing ship Ashland in \M Carib- 
bean W^dne^y- 

Cmdr. King is the son of the 
late fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, 
wlw as Commander in Chief, 
U. S. Fleet, in 1«42 directed the 
estaUi^mient of the 'Navy's Am- 
phA)i(ms f^M«e. 

He wj» in the offiee M t)» 
Chief of Naval Operations as as- 
sirtant for i^dartf ret^ffA awl 
develoinaeirt m^tos bri<m re- 
potlttg toAMteuL 



FORT STORY, VA. — Ft 
Story's own fishing lake opoied 
ivm 4, acct^ding to a stptemmt 
from the Offfce of fee Wildlife 
Conservation of Ft. Story. Much 
interest was created sonje time 
ago when the project was lirst 
mentioi^ by Mc. Howard R. 
Lockhart. He has put many hard 
as well as weary hours in the 
final preparation (rf the lake to 
include the stocku^ of the lakt 
with an abundance of fish. 

Fishing is permitted from sun- 
up to sundown daily, of course, 
the fishing rod is proper means 
of catching fish. The use of bow 
and arrows, live minnows, nets, 
f*^ traps, trout lines, bank lines 
and float lines are prohibited. 



The use of boats, floats, rafts or 
any other fleeting type equip- 
ment is prohibited also. Swim- 
ming and wading in the pood 
should not be indulged in by 
users. Even with these minor 
prohibitions fishing in our own 
post lake can be great fun for 
all. It is believed that ail may 
enjoy this iww feature sport on 
the post by checking with Wild- 
life and Conservation NCO ioc 
Fort Story for all privileges al- 
lowed. It is a rule as well as to 
your advantaype to always report 
to the Wildlife Conservation Of- 
fiar when you are through fish- 
ing in order that your catch may 
be jjroperly recorded. 



The descriptive leaflet was pub- 
lished by the Chesapeake Bay 
Bridge and Tunnel Commiision, 
sponsors of the project. Capi^ 
may be obtained by writing: 
Chesapeake Bay BrWge-Tunnel, 
P. 0. Box 120, Norfolk 1, Vir- 
ginia. 

YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY 

If ywi plan summer employ- 
ment or have a part-thne }obt, 
you should call at your nearest 
social security office for a social 
security card. 

You can prevent tncm and 
assure yoursetf that you get 
social security credit for wages 
earned. Make sure^your employer 
sees your social security card so 
that accurate reports can be 
made of yoat earnings. All 
records of wages earned under 
socid s«:urity are kept in your 
own individual social security 
Account Your social security ac- 
count is identified by social se- 
curity number — others may have 
a name identical with yours — 
but no one else has your mxial 
security number. 



, I dumio tbrat ym other n^Dbwi o| Urn "yrfite fflfte*' 
cl^ but I got a large boost out dT aoo^i^ that h^)pMeS hat 
Suwky afternoon. I was easing Ae tiwd dd bo(ty into tte Mitot 
<km nd piainoing » way to retto e»^ to re«>ver * * " 

afttmooo spent beading ovar i^bMitft latf vat 
id crat^tus. I was never a6ie to wwfc up tte 
pn^er attknde til wlf-f^ ov» ^ i^u^ 
mu^les and temfau« benuae te tele^ioB set 

w» i^wJ to (m At pky-oif of the l^A Open 
Chwi^Mdup. 

1 bym to fed bM@ awl yowMs as wm 

at I h9«M ftat Ut, Itfos B«os wat^See strok*^ 

«h^d of Jtdcy <^ft ud SIX strolss ^md 

td Mr. Arnold IHte^. my did tUi^ bmn to 

took u^ for our Okl m.Bwm, ihai m^, M 

gmer, is foitV|^hree yeui old and to<A4 every 

minute of ft. Tbeie he wu iHittia^ the bkxdcs to 
a pair of ym^m in ^te <tf ttrase tOvmeed years. I mtOmd 
hun swu^ dMt dub mmad that fat stomach. I observed his pained 
cxpnssiM » he clambered up Ae steep rise to the greens. Every- 
Au^ I saw showed a pooped-out nnmb^ erf my i^ bracki« dotog 
h» job w^ skill and lA ^ white wiAhig he was in a ca)l swrt 

having a tall aic. *^ 

My muscles eased* and I started pulling for Julius The an- 

?u "^^^^5"^ i^l* ^ ^^ **'"• ^^'^ ^ ^ oWcst m«n ever to win 
the Open. He did wm tt, and he won it big by droppina a loiw 
curlmg putt This he did just to kt the two yotumters ^^ 
he wasn t so old that he had to play it sirfe in ftechrtch 

•«u \}^°^ ^^' ^°^ **'*^'* ^° *** 0P«» fof you and me^what 
with aw purse runnii^ to more than seventeen thousand, bitf he 
sure did do the midtUe-aged-sprcad set a fiivw 

I now know^what Mr. G. B. Suw meant 'when be said that 
youth was a wonderful tfung, but it was a shame that A had^to be 
wasted on flie young. 

So happy hunting, Julius. I venture that you picked up a 
sizeable army of your own lakt Sunday. Wte miy nm be aWe to 
hurry or holler as l«id as tfart bi^M^h of downs wlw follow Amie 
Pahner around the golf course, but I bet we can out-croai Us 
group two groans to (^w, airi gve them a thre e waU stwt 

For Achievement Lm^al Student Qted 



HAm>Vffil, N. H. — A Itart- 
moiitti CoUege ^dent from Vir- 
ginia Beach, has been cited by a 
history professor ft)r outstanding 
aca^mic achievement in the past 
ierm. 

Robert C. Goodman, Jr., a Jton 
of Mr. and Mrs. iRofbert C. Good- 
man, Goodspeed Road, was com- 
mended by Prof. H. N. Scheiber 
for "Imaginative and resourceful 
participation in an advanced 
i^ierican Hfetory seminw." 

In a letter from Thaddeus Sey- 
mour, dean of the college, Good- 
man w^ told that facu^ cita- 
tions are extrmaely rare and tiist 
they are made a part of tJM ita- 
dent's jfcnnaneirt re<»rd. 

Goodman will be a senior at 
Itertmouth next fall. He has liMni 
active in the Dartmouth Outing 
Club, the Winter Carnival Coun- 
cil, and the Cabin and Trail Orni- 
dl. He Is a brother of tiie Sgayi 



Nu Delta ft«temity. 

He was graduated tram Oie 
Norfolk Academy in June, 1960. 

Fire Calls 

June 18—2:49 a.m.. House,; 
1401 Cypress. 

June 18—9:20 pm., locked 
out of hodse; 3n-16th Street. 

June 19—2:30 p.m., vM^- 
ton; 22nd St., ext'd. 

June 21—1:22 p.m., electric 
short circuit; 19th & Cypress. 

June 23 — 2:00 p.m., false 
atarai; 412 Lake Drive. 

tts. ; 

MyiMOS 
ONDS 




Rodeo to Benefit Pony League 




Piled aboard a Frooticr City' sta^c(»ch are three KemjMviile Pony i-cap» iwrnte^ 
wIkj are l»sy jMrjaring for a S.R.A. Qiampondiip Rod«) to be sp^sored by tfw tog« Jrty 12- 
13 at the Frontier City Rod«> Arena at 8 p. m. Pkstured are (left to right( W. H. Crrft, W. S 
Muablr, aiKl League Presi<km Jun Gtennon. Orar 100 co«1x>ys fsam all over the nott^it will 
partici|»te in such events as tsoic t^&s4, calf ng^ Inli o^^^ baird ncsi^ iMxn n^ 
iag and boU ndiog. Tickett anoewb K Froe tier C^ or tioia a^ m^^er dC A» A»y L^ie. 



LETTERS TO 
THE EDITOR 

UHm^ To Tht idHor 
My Dear Mr. Mailhee: 

The Lutheran Military Sen*» 
Personnel Center located at 18th 
and Atlantic, a Serviceimm't 
Louise offering free Iw^ng fa- 
cilities, etc. to all ta-anchei^ wiA- 
ra to express its thanks to Mr. 
Bob Baldwin for his article writ- 
ten in Thursday's &in-News ask- 
ing for the loan of a tele^^on s^ 
for its summa* program. 

The Sun-^News was Karcely off 
the press when Mr. Joe Wood, 
representing Price's Television at 
Hilltop called to say that Prix's 
would donate and install one. 

Please acc^t our grateful 
thanks, Mr, B<A) Baldwin, for your 
appeahng plea, and pkaw, Mr. 
Joe Wood and Price's Teteviaon, 
Inc., accept <wr gratitude for the 
■Revision which will entertain 
many lonely boj^ for maity trther- 
wi«, Iwiely houre. 
Sncerely, 

Douglas AmoM Barnes 
Catherine Singer 
(Hostesses) 



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SofUMlMtoseball Schedule 



UNUM1TE9 MEN^ 
LEAGUE SOnHALL 

J1JLY9ai 

7:30 p.m.— OiesapwJce Beach 
vs. Walker Realty at Oceana. 

8:45 p.m. — Vvgum Beadi vs. 
Rathskeller at Odbna. 

7:30 p.m. — Cree<k vs. Km^m 
l^tmi WL Qt^ds. 

8:45 p.m.— Oceana vs. CtHurt- 
house at Creeds. 

8:00 p.m.— Puneo ESSO vs. 
Q>fe]iian Place at SnelUm Park. 

HJLY IWi 

7:30 p.m.— Walker Realty vs. 
Vii^nia Beach at Oc^ma. 

8:45 p.m. — Co4eman Place vs. 
Ck:6ana at Oceana. 

7:30 p.m.-^Knotts Uand vs. 
Pungo ESSO at Creeds. 

8:45 p.m.-Rathskeller Lounge 
vs. Creeds at Creeds. 

8:00 p m. — Cmirthouse vs. 
Chesapeake Beach at Sheltcm 
Park. 



DUFFEE LEi^lUK 
SOFTBAtt 

JULY 8* 

7:30 p.m. — Tcat^rs vi. 
Overton's at If^npsvfife No. 1. 

8:45 p.m. — Kempsville vs. M- 
Boys at Kempsville No. 1. 
JULY leth 

Overton's vs. Kempsville at 
Kempsviik No. .1. 

8:45 p.m. — M-Boys vs. 
Teachers at Kempsville No. 1. 



8:30 p.m.— Creeds vs. Buf- 
nnigltt at Shelton Park. 

7:M p.fflf. — Thalia vs. Kemps- 
v^ M V^inia Boich. 

8:30 p.m. — Woodstock vs. 
Greenwich at Cnxford. 

8:45 p.m. — Qiesapeake Beach 
vs. Angels at Liuford. 

JULY lOA 

7:W p.m. — Kempsville vs. 
Woodatock at Woodstock. 

8:30 p.m. — Greenwich vs. 
Chesapeake Beach at Woodstock. 

7:3u p.m. — Bunmighs vs. 
RjMiblers at UixfonL 

B:30 p.m. — ^Angels vs. Court- 
hcme at LuxfratL 

8:45 p m. — Pnritans vs Creeds 
U Oceam No. 1. 

JULY 12A 

7:30 p.m. — Angels vS. Wood- 
cock at Shelton Parle. 

8:30 p.m. — Greenwich vs. 
TTialia at Shelton Park. 

7:30 p.m. — Puritans vs. Ches- 
apeake Beach at Luxford 

8:30 p.m. — Burroughs vs. 
Courfliouse itt Luxfoid . 

8J0O p.m. — Ramblers vs. 
Creed! at Creeds 



WiNMEN^ LEAGUE 
SOFTBALL 

JULY Ml 

7:30 p.m. — Greenwich vs. 
Aragona at LAixfitfd. 

7:30 p.m. — Oceana vs. Pungo 
at Creeds. 

8:45 p.m. — Chesapeake Beach 
vs. Courthouse at Creeds. 
JULY 10th 

7:30 p.m. — Chesapeake Beach 
V8. Ocoma at Oceana. 

7 JO p.m. — ^Ar^ona vs. Pui^o 
at Oeeds. 

8:45 p.m. — Courthouse vs. 
Greenwich at Creeds. 

TEEN GIRL'S LEAGUE 

JULY m 

7j30 p.m. — Courdioiise vs. 
Puritans at Shelton Park. 



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MH^ET LEAGUE 
BASEBALL 

JULY 8Ni 

6:(K) p.m.— Courthouse vs. In- 
dians at WoodsKxk. 

#|00 p.m.— Cre«ls vs Yankees 
Nt Woodsto(;k. 

JULY 9th 

6:00 p.m. — Bears vs. Card- 
ials at Kempsville No. 1. 

6:00 p.m— Colts v% Dodgers 
lU WoodsbK^E. 

8:00 p.m.-^Town & Country 
vs. Rebels at Woodstock. 

JULY 11th 

6:00 p.m. — Bears vs Rebels 
at Woodstock. 

^:00 p.m.— Town & Country 
vs. Dodgers at Woodstock. 
JULY 12th 

6:00 p.m. — Courthouse vs 
Caeda at Creeds. 

6:00 p.m. — Colts vs. Indians 
at Woodstock. 

8:00 p.m. — Yankees vs Card- 
inals at Woodstock. 



COLT LEAGUE BASEBALL 
JULY 9th 

8:00 p.m. — Courthouse vs. 
Kempsville at kempsville No. 1. 
JULY 11th 
8:(K) p.m. — Kempsville vs. 
Woodstock at Kemoville No. 1. 
JULY 12th 
8:00 p.m. — Woodstock vs. 
Courthouse at Kempsville No. 1. 



ATHLETE'S FOOT 
MOW TO TREAT IT— 

Apply initant-dfTinK T-4-1,. Ton feel W 
tsk« hold to check Itching, burning. In 
mlimtM. Then in 3 to 5 d»r«. watoh 
infcictcd RkIn nlouieh off. Watch hralthy 
■kin replace it. If not plcuHCd IK ONE 
HOl'R your t8c back at any drug store. 
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THEW PMCES EFFWmv'E JULY S & C IN VIMSD^A SEACH .AND ^RIINII* 



throw away 
your can opener! 

...Bud's in 

MB=1IF(GWSS 



Virginia Be** SIW-NEWS, Thursday, Owly 4, 1963 



— M^^ 



A Fish Story WorA Telling 





Frifends of Bob Vasile and Oiarlie Caruana of Virginia Beach are in for some tall fish 
stories but this picture proves their 338 pound, 12-foot Blue Marlin is no exaggeration. The two 
men 'landed the fish at Cape Hattera§, N.C. aboard the "Skii^r," operated by Cafrt. Bustex 
Hummer of Virginia Beach. Pictured are (kneeling) Vasile and Mrs. Carauna; (back, left to 
right) Capt. Hummer, Mrs. Vasile, Qam Stowe of llatteras and Carauna. It to(* 32 minatK 
to land the fish. The* same group, on other Hatterais trips, have caught two 60-lb. White Mailii^ 
an 8-lb. Bonita; and a 28-Ib. Tuna. 



/ Pick up 
\ a 6-pak 
\ today t 




Top Race At 
Freedom 7' 

CREEPS— With over $1,000 in 
cash prizes waiting for the fastest 
drivers, today's July 4 race meet 
at FfTOdom 7 Dragway is steiping 
up to be the biggest event in the 
track's two-year history. 

In the Super Stock Eliminator, 
first place money will be $200, 
second place $100 and third 
place. $50. 

GaS Eliminator, and this will 
include all gassers, first prize will 
be $200; second $50. All other 
classes have their choice of $10 
or a trophy. 

Because of the record turnout 
expected for the holiday meet, 
and due to the amount of time 
necessary for running the special 
eliminators, there will be no 
sports or stock eliminators and 
no class runs in super stock or 
super stock automatic among to- 
day's events. 



Bux:ton striking 
last three. 



out two in the 



Where there's life 
...there's Bud. 

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Two Upsets in American League 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Tuesday night brought two upsets in the 
American Little League's dtnible-header with the Cubs winning wit 
over the undefeated Tigers in a iight 6 to 5 game and the Rotarians, 
tlK league underdogs, taking the SpM-ts 10 to 8. 

Kenny Niel and Bobby Buxton Glared the pitcher's mound for 

the Cubs with Neil striking out 

nij^HjK Cliilii four in tlM first three iimii^ and 

Dedication 
Saturday 

IPLAZA — The Princes Anne 
Plaza Little iLea^e field wiH be 
dedicated Saturday at 10 a.m. and 
the first ball game wifribe played 
immediately after the ceremonies. 

John C. Grady, chairman of the 
Plaza recreation' committee, has 
spearheaded the drive that made 
the field possible. James 0. 
Hughes was vice-chairman. 

The land was donated by John 
Aragona, of Aragona Enterprises, 
developers of Princess Anne 
Plaa. TTje property was graded 
for the newly formed league by 
Greer S. Johnson and the back- 
stops were installed by John 
Cashman of London Bridge Ma- 
chine & Welding Co. 

Registration for league teams 
will be accepted from 9 to 11 a.m. 
Saturday at the field. All Plaza 
boys between the ages of 8 and 
12 are eligible to play. It is hoped 
that four teams will be organized 
this year. 



The Tigers also split their 
pitching force with Jotony John- 
son fanning five in tiie first half 
of the game and Doug Compton 
fanning three in the last half. 

Buxton doubled in the first and 
Bill Phillips doubled in the fourth 
for the Cubs. Compton hit his 
second homer of the season in 
the fifth with no one on base and 
Johnson doubled in the fifth. The 
Cubs made their 6 runs on 3 
hits; the Tigers had 5 runs <mi 5 
hits. 

The real upset (an» in the sm- 
ond game when the Rotarians 
made 10 runs on 11 Juts agaiist 
the Sports' 8 runs on 4 hits. BotliV.,^ 
pitchers. Bill Johnson for the Ro- 
tarians and Jocko 'McGrath for 
the Sports, struck out eight. 

The Rotarians chalked up itheir 
share of hits after a very dow 
season. Chris Fanney hit doubles 
in the first and fourth; Clay War- 
wick doubled in the fourth and 
fifth; Billy Almond doubled in 
the fifth; Jimmy Doolin in tlie 
fourth; Bob Johnson and Ittl 
Johnson in the first. 




Hobie 

SURF 
BOARDS 

• Water Skiis • Surf Floats 
FISHING TACKLE 



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lea^ »JN*N&rtm, %upsday, July 4, 1963 
6-A 



Bayside News 

eharies McCoy Installed 
As Pres. Of Bayside Lions 

BAI^B— The Bayside Uom Club held their annual "ladies 
B|iW" «nd iMli^ftlwi of officers Friday niglrt, June m, at the Bow 

In aAlMea to tiie ladies special gu^ts vi^re Lion dignitaries: 
^B ^ary, Di^rt Governor; Ed- ^— 



j^ Hntf^ t^MMt %cretaiy; 
teteMMemd omu^r, Lewis 
Dilloa,- i^M di^fet de|Nity 9>v- 
^amt Bd Laitft«> aiMl John Wood, 
Mrtrfct intonn^tmi chainnan. 
Diit. Oov. Inrtalh 
K«s I^ny, dWrirt governor, 
toitolM tiM foltowing new (rffi- 
eers in an ^p^^ve ouidieligbt 
oeremoiqf. Prari^]^ Charles Mo 
0>y; Imt vice p^wideirt, Jack 
TUlert; $e»»nd vke inesid^ 
IfoinDd niuley; third v^ pm^- 
ftet, tJoyd Giurter; secretary, 
Z^wis lliur^n; b«aajrer, (Mar- 
jriudl Tdten; corre^wnding secre- 
^uy, Richard Vellines; tail twic- 
er, Rupert .^Mvifl; lira tMW, 
mai r^r^; ^m fexr diraStors, 
C^rie Ljmn and Will WiUri<^; 
MM year cttrertmt^ M^ccto Nodk i 
ted Ray mMs. | 

Before JtMfttfWue tlw new otM- 
ta^ tfMrt l^jveriMff Peiry re- 
fund t» ttii fine <woA tbM the 
Ba^<te Uons CSuh I^ doiie un- 
ttw tte Iwderal^ <^ d» ou(|^ 
fag ^»M8it, C. e. (^trander, 
aiM ti« Mntp^ whkA Uiey had 
«^ ^ring ^ piM ^ite Coo- 
vc^on. 

tUs year ttie dilb iMlituted 
Ml awwd to' <HMuKtti^ w)ik, 
«Mtft «^ d(MW 1^ a meitbet. 
1^ ^mnMee bnposed of fast 

IUAm wbA <karfe I^^tn flnde 
ttK piaatatton to Lewu llnns- 
lm..7le wmrd ms in tlw imn 
W a Mk 1^^. Ifir. llHmto^ 
^f^ 8 mei^Bty of the diA 
k me rt tt^* mort eMlwi^i^c 
l^Hlrai. In addttMMi to his loxlu- 



ous duties as secretaiy he has 
paiticipated wholeheartedly in all 
of the club's projects and his 
ptaque conmiending him as an 
outstanding lion was justly de- 
served. 

Following the dinner and busi- 
ness meeting dancing was en- 
joyed in the ballroom. 



Youtii FelbwsMp 
T? Ofci»rve Week 

BAYmim — The Junto IB^ 
ifei^^ Youth F^miri^ of 
te l^lake UetlMdi^ Oiundi 

The yrang |W(^ wfll meet at 
te cMindi eaeh w^ Cmn 5-JO 
|riB. ui^ 9M pjn. Ihey mil 
mifof dinnM* and felloi^up to- 
i^CT awl 4l»ir project iM t^e 
to «dl^ food, dotinng ai^ toys, 
ittday iBght July 12 they wffl 
tihie a trip to the Sa^em ^ire' 
m Vlzi^u, via, titOe Creek 
ftny. 'Sfmy will ^sit ^ migraiA 
fRUtam 4^E9 an<^ dMrtbi^ tiie 
^d, d(^mg aiMl t^s whidi tbey 
mn$^A nmt ue l>etiraen 60 
m$ W ToiuQg p^de wlw wffl be 

Die Ad^ FdknnSnp of tiie 
ftfWw MettMdiat Ctaacii -tnU 
Mte a «nito1 tne^ing Sunday 
^fiit, J\Af 7, M 7KJ0 pjn. to 
tt^ ^am for the cotni!^ year. 
9: T. 9Di$er, dttiiman, will pre- 



Surprise Party 
Given For 
Phyllis Baker 

BIRaiWOOD— Martha Cheval- 
ier and Aogie Uinas gave a teen- 
Sige surprise ^xty im PhyUis 
ifoker on her 1^ l^ithday re- 
cmtiy aA tiie home of Ai^ Lun- 
as ras CKMiin Road, in 6irch^»MKi 
Garden^ Virginia &adi. 

Gue^ iiM^ded Blike ffliinn, 
Bkdiard ®»ne and Warren Cavey. 
bi the ewning an<Aher auprise 
supper party was held Iot their 
^ughter by O. Conunaniter aini 
Mrs. J(me^ A. Bato' at their 
h(Niw, 6% Cpcmin Rchm! in Birch- 
wood. Included wer% the B^cer 
dtikben, Judy, Linda, Pam, 
Oloria ami FliUip. tyan Andrews, 
Amie Luna xad itotha Ch^al- 
m. 

The party tben artteiMi^ a E^ 
tie L^4^e fiasdbdl f^me at C£P> 
ey ndd. 

BEACH MHilSTER 
RECEIVES DEGREE 

The Rev. Harold E. Rkhards, 
Jr., <rf Virginia Beiudi, Va., re- 
<^iv^ the degree of Doctor of 
R^glMs Bducation firam Clarks- 
viBfe'S^^ ol Theok^, Qarks- 
ville, Tenn., cm Juimi 20. Dr. 
Richards' thesis ww A rtac- 
tkaJ Guide for Starting a Chris- 
tiaa ttey School" 

Dr. Richards m^eived his B.A. 
•nd M. A. (^rcM fnxn Bot> 
J<mes University in GrwnviUe, 
S.C, in 1956, and 1957 respec- 
tively. 

He is f»stor of liie Kii^s 
Grant Bairrtist Oiurch, {Resident 
and priiKipal of die King's Grant 
Christian' Day School, has been 

grof^sor of Greek at flie Virginia 
iftle Ccrflege in Norfcrfk, am} is 
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Reeeive Gifts 

few* STOftY — At a recent 
meeting (rf the Fut dtirty (HA- 
wfs Wl«^ CivSb sevOTil gifts 
wen presented to tlraw giving 
their tkne and efforts to the pro- 
g^e» of the dub. 

Mrs. Jam^ W. Cau^nm, wife 
of Fort Story Omunairiii^ Of- 
ficer presented Mn. John H. Al- 
bit), wife of lA. CoL Aftro, with 
a be»^ful tray in gratitu<te for 
her long and faithful servi<» in 
various past activiti^ I^ter on 
Mrs. Qiughron preamted Ser- 
geant Hi^ WUIiium, dub stew- 
ard with a fine token of appre- 
ciation. Sgt. WiUiama is <hie toi 
retire in the near future. 



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U.S, WftdBS, <a»MANY 
— Anny Nt. dwtta i. Myets, 
son of Mn. ftudi It. Hym, 304 
22nd St., Vbgiiria inch, Va., 
particifwted with otf^ members 
of Batery B (>f the 333d ArtS- 
lery's 1st BiMalion to the unit's 
Aimuy Tninii^ T»t (ATT) in 
Germany ei^y in Jum. 

The ATT is the toughest and 
most oMiptete assessment of a 
unit's cxxnnit rtadii^ ami ^o- 
vides the moii gruelii^ exacting 
and realistic cmKlitiatt possible 
in peac^ime. 

M^rs, 9. missile servks crew- 
man in the btttery in Gnnmanv, 
entered the Army in April 1962 
and comf^eted basic training at 
Fort JackM}n, S.C. He amved 
overseas in October, 1962. 






\3m HOa.— lamtt T. Bundi 
Jr., USN, sM §i Mr. aM ^fcs. 
lam^ T. Bunch ir. of ]4(^ 
Crepe Mjr^ tarn, Viiflnia 
Bttich. Va,, is %iMmmf^m of 
the gu^d mtsste ^mnm^ VM 
Hod, 8 Padnc Meet urft which 
recently partfei|Mrted hi y'mt 
Fleet exerciMi cMMwtod ^ Ae 
coast erf Qilif<mia during the 
President's twoKlay visit June 
6-7. 

The operations it^nM am- 
|rfiibi<Ni8/miM wtffwe d^utti- 
itrations, anti-air warfite exer- 
cises inwlving the miA aireriA 
carriers USS CMskuf anl Kitty 
Hawk, miKUe demoastratkitt 
and ^ti-submartmi exeic^s. 




USS MlfiWAV— Alf Force 
Cadet Third Class Jerry A. Hinn, 
son of Mf. imd Mft. Fay J. 
Hinn of 2707 Wcstwell St., Bay- 
side, Va., was among more than 
200 Air Force cadets who recent- 
ly underwent an indoctrination 
cruise aboard the attack aircraft 
carrier USSk Midway off the coast 
of California. 

Officially known as "Falcon 
63", the group was the fint from 
the Colorado Springs Air Force 
Academy to board the Navy car- 
rter for indoctrination training at 
sea. The cadets were sent to the 
ship uhder a hew Defense De- 
pttrtmelit toiicy designed to fa- 
miliariw Army, Navy and Air 
Force officert and cadets with the 
duties, opertti<Hu and require- 
ments (rf the Q^r i^rvicei. 



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2d Lt I^ M. Woirf. KM tl 
Mr. and Mh. F*art N. Wood, 
2501 Menntoip rd., Virginia 
Beach, Va., mm^^^ ,an U- 
week oX&m (xtontttkm ccwr% 
at ^The Eagii^ Sch<»l, F^ 
Be/voir, Va., iwm 14. 

Dur^ ttw cou^, Lt. Wcwd 
received instriMtkn in the dutka 
and r@|M^lriItoa of a nwly 
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corps (^m0mw^ 

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1957 maA&m of Gn^ BrMie 
High mmA in^^^Mqi^K,^ 
and a 1961 ^i^ato ^ the IM- 
versity erf Richnxn^, Va. 

He to a member <rf Sipia Phi 
^iton fraternity. 



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VmOttMlA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963 



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George Wilson li^s out ^t positions for a mw guitar. 

^dwin Photo) 

Oceana Man Strives 
Fer Perfectien In 
fiuitar Construction 



BY iOB tALDWIN 

OCEANA— What Stra^various 
.4M fi^ tHt vmUxk Gf^e Wils<m 
of trKTr 9MMr0itv«rh^ to 
do for ^ ^tttt*. Witam ncA only 
j^yn the complex liyle known aj 
ll»menco, but he tmilds the ^• 
tars on whidi he pbys. 

They're no onUnary ^ittars; 
science, |>hiloMphy, aculpture and 
tapett craf^maffidUp all play a 
part in tlielr construction. 

Wilson hM heen maUng tl^ 
since he was 14 but sa^ "untU 
I got into co^e I wais't really 
conscious oi what I wu Aoiioi. 

He works in the gari^e behind 
his home where the nu^rials and 
tools of W» oitft ai% stored. Hie 
ahap is neat and workmanlike. 
^pMial tools, %nw of which he 
made hhnself for hkh^ accurate 
work, are arranged on a tidy 
work bench. 

CopiM Nature 

Wilson exidains his ideas of 
good guitar deagn by pointing to 
a t2«e. '%jook at the way Uie iwk 
wrinkles when the branches Join 
together," he says. "Nature's de- 
sigiu perfectly fit their fundion. 
These liters ar« built even as a 
living organism is, because of the 
la^s of function, well and pur- 
posefully made throu^out." 

Showing one of his han<hnade 
guitars he pointed out that the 
struts which bra<» the interior of 
the guitar were not i^Ud pie<^ 
of wood, but were drilled tlmmgh 
with a series of hol^. "Soand 
tnwels be^ along a flat surface, 
aiMl a conventional strut tends to 
bfeak up tis flow," he explained. 

"Very IHJle sciientific effort has 
been devoted to tiie guitar," he 
a<kted, "I'm studying instnunent 
nuldng through sciei^fic ana^s 
in a search for perfection in tone 
as well as in construction. 

His intwvtt has led him 
Mhwi^ mi intonM tfudy Of 
Mm 'ijtov^epniMit of the vidin, 
«^i{ch, he say* '1ms p«rN|M 
reached its ulHnwto in perfve- 
Mm of dMiUn.'' 

"tn a good violin such int»^^ 
details at am& carvi^s on tiie 
M^ which sqjpear to be mere- 
ly ^Mrati^. cannot be idtered 
without impiring the tone.. An- 
tonitts Stndiwrius dkl not make 
a violin greatly superiw in toiw 
than did his rantmpmu^ 
Amanti or Guai^us but the 
qu^y of a S^divartai^ on be 
detK:ted by m ^)ert because it 
*'^ttks" more e»iily. 

IThe guitar las had no st^ 
elffflt devote to its evaMm," 
he old. 

irason, M ^, has ^ gr^i- 
iM fitxn CM DMi^m OAi^ 



in secondary education and a con> 
cehtraUon in indu^rol arts. A 
long-standing interest in woricing 
with his hamb is reacted in the 
meticulous, «ibtte details of his 
instiitments. Edgar Schenkman 
of the Norfolk Symphony Orches- 
tra recently ordered a 124tring 
guitar from him. 

At present he is working on a 
guitar for Gary Pratt ol Pints- 
mouth, tlie Ma and back of this 
in^Tument are of a S(Kyear-old 
piece of rare, curly AfH^ ma- 
hogany. The interior bnt^g is of 
^O-^ar-old ^»uoe. 

"I took apart an old grand 
piano with a sledge hammer to 
grt that," Wilson says. 

"nie entire in^rumeirt is meti- 
culoutiy fitt^ together so that 
extremely light clamp prenure 
was sufficient in gluing the 
pieces, leaving iiie iratrument 
free to vibrate. 

In discuMii^ the d«dp of his 
instruments, Wilson speaks like 
a sculptor. "Details should reflect 
whenever po^ble ^me iBpe(^ of 
the changing surfaces near 
them," he comments. Tills rule of 
desi^ accounts for Ihe p^oeftil 
lines which are noticeable in his 
work. 

A respect for tradition is appar- 
ent in Wilson's guitais de^l^ Im 
scientific innovations. "A guttar 
should look like a guitar. Some 
time ago a guitar was devdoped 
which produced a superior tone 
iHit which k>oked li^ a jumble 
of organ pip^," he said. 

In striving to develop a perfect 
guitar, Wilson sa^ "I am at- 
tempting to k»ep aUve the ancient 
qualiti^ of caretol workoun^iip 
in an age where mass producticn 
ami nwidiocrity reign." 

Although he would n^lcimie 
more customers, Wilson says that 
monev is not a major aim. 
"Ideaily," he states, "I'd only 
work f OT the rare iiwlividuals who 
notice the most «^bUe detaUs and 
who iq^reciate the wwlanah- 
ship." 

Yetenuis Service 
IVip Annoimeed 

Maurice J. Hunger erf the di- 
visiMi <rf War Veterans' Oaims, 
a free service operated by Ac 
State trf Viiimia, will intorvww 
varans & wk surt^vcnrs m Va. 
Beach between nocm and 4 p.m. 
on Thursday, My U, 1963 at 
the Alan B. ^spud Cm^Mkm 
Center, 19th % and ¥mMe Am. 

Hvms^i ItoMk area o^e 
b at &Me 218, hofeniosd Arte 
Btt^^ 142 W. York St T^- 
Idme ^-9671. 



Board Of Realtors Pros. 
Speaks Out Against Stamps 



Uk of, tradii^ stamps and pre> 
miums to ^tOast biisii»$s, while 
regard^ as eAk^ and accept- 
able in m^ny fwlds, is considered 
unprctfetsional in real estate and 
damaguu to the d^Qr of the 
(mlling, mrfcs Withers Jr., presi- 
dent of the Virginia Bea^ 
Board of Realtors, said today. 

Realtors are chared also "to 
IMtsent a true picture and avoid 
exaggeratbMi," in their adv^rtis- 
i^ Mr. W^en said, referring 
to "Interaretati(Mi8 of rtw Code 
of Ethics, re<»ntly issued by the 
Natioml Aisoctttion (rf Real 
Estate &NMtls <rf which he and 
the Vi^inia Beach board are 
mem^>ers. iTiis book presents 
practical at^ications of the As- 
sociation's Co^ of Ethics by the 
ReaHor to hu dwnt, the public, 
and his coUea^^. 

In one case cited, the bode 
points out thtt tte offering of a 
"free*^ tt^n^f9U>T, television 
set, automobile, or trading stamps 
as an inducement to tius public 
to contact a^^jimitot is unfnofes- 
sional and ih vMatkm of Article 
3 ef tbe NAREB Code of EthU», 
to which all R^dlois subscribe. 

This Article rei^ as follows: 
*'It is tiw dutyr of tM^Healtc^ to 
prot«^ the pwlk; against fraud. 
misrepr^^ntatkHi, or unethical 
pniiMices in die real estate field. 

*t|le should en&avcH- to elim- 
Lnale in hk community any prac- 
tices whkh could be damaging 
to die public or to the dipiity 
and iiit^ty of the real estate 
precession. The Realtcx- should 
assist the h^ad or oimmission 
(Aa^^ with r^atating the ^m- 
tices of brdcers uid sil«men % 
his stoto^ ^ 

li» bode ib indlier case 
pokits out, hiwever, that the 
{»-esentatioa ct ccHirtesy gift, 
•ul;h as a rose trash, as a gesture 
of food will af^ ti^ dodng of 
a tnu^tctkm is- not a violation 
of ^Is article. 

Mr. Withers pointed out that 
the book omitalns several illu&- 
tnrtkws cautionmg Realtors 
against exagge^on m advertis- 
ing. One case cite das "gross 
exagi^ratton" a classified ad 
which d^cribed a home widi five 
acres *'about 20 mfles frmn the 
city" and gave directiom to die 
"modem 3-h^ioom home, wdl 
maintained, and charmingly set 
in landscaped site." 

Actually the property' was 36 
milM fnnn the city limits, l^ked 
inshie plumbing, had brdcep 
windows and missing back steps, 
and slK^wed evidence that it had 
not been painted for years. 
Moreover, the house was locate 
at the end of a crude dirt rc^d 
in a small cleared area that had 
become overgrown in weeds— a 



Marines Aceotinit 
%uddy^ Applicants 

MCRS, Rtohmcmd — Marine 
Recruiters are a<xepting appli- 
cants now for Marine recruit 
training in August, September 
and October, reporU Marine Re- 
cruiter, Gunnery Sgt. John T. 
Schwelzo-. 

^. Schweizer said diat al- 
thou^ he can accept a few 
youi^ men and women for im- 
mediate enlistment, applicants 
faa\^ been takine advantage of 
the Marines 120-Day Delay and 
"Buddy" enlistment programs 
to a^ure their acceptance for 
trainini* on a specific date and. 
under the "Buddy" prc^ram, wiiJi 
friends,^ 

By enlistine in the Marine 
rtelaved tnuiMag program, the 
Martiw-mtn^d ymmg man or 
woman can reserve a <fate for 
reporting for tiainine any day 
within the following 120 days. 

"Buddy" enlirtments are re- 
served for firi^ids or a mnp bf 
enlis^es wito dssire to remain 
too^h^ during basic phase*; erf 
trainiiH^. As Imk as. "Buddy" 
enlistees (k> not fall b^ind he- 
cauK (rf training difTicultin. 
sickness or similar «:ti<ms. diev 
wiH tmin tosielher thrwieh "boot" 
training at Mariiw Corps Recruit 
DepM. J^uris Island, SO. and 
IndivMud «Mirt«t truning it 
MariM Carm Base, Camp Le- 
jeune, N.C. Fui^^ tt«ining wfll 
^^^end oa the quidifi^itic^ ol 



picture of negl«:t. 

Article 9 of die NAREB Code 
of Ethics, whkA scte forth the 
rule on ^ich diis and other 
ca^s are based, reads as fol- 
lows: 

"The RealtcM' in his advertising 
should be espwially careful to 
preseni a true picture and should 
neither advertise without disclos- 
ing his name iwr permit his sales- 
men to use individual names or 
telephone numbers, unless the 
saii^man's coAiKction with the 
Realtor is obvkus in the adver- 
tisement." 

VtolatMs of the Code are sub- 
ject to a range of penalties from 
the real estate bt^rd, Mr. Withers 
said, ranging from a reprimand 
and direction to desist from cer^ 
tain unethical practices to susr 
pension or expulsion. 

5^th Begins . 
Trip North For 
SUNEC Operation 

FORT STORY — With the 
regularity of birds migrating with 
the SNistm, a Fwt Story unit 
moves north about this time each 
year to help in the resupply of 
a segment <rf Americans (fcfcnse 
luie in the Far North. 

The ptnrt of Sondrestrom in 
Greenlaml U the destination of 
this year's Arctic bound unit, the 
565th Transportation Co. Ihe 
Air Force maintains a Strategic 
Air CommaiKl base tiiere and the 
Army iximt %ex,\\nml units. 
Htee? b(HB** fKL'-eij^t mmm 
oulC 0^ Ox year, it is visited dur- 
ing Uie summer months by ships 
of the Navy's Military Sea Trnns- 
port Service. T'le resupply mis- 
skm is known as SUNEC (Supply 
NcHiheastom C^ommand). and is 
the responsibility of the Army's 
Terminal Commancl Artie, with 
headquarters ut Harmon Air 
FotG6 Base, NcwfiMindland. 

And advance part of 64 en- 
li^d men ana Lieutenants 
Graham Edmunds, Everett 
Draj%, and David Rierson, 
left June 21. The main body 
left Juite 30-July 3. Captain Ar- 
lie Scott, Commanding Officer of 
the S6Sth, commands the last 
group which iiKluctes 1st ^t. 
Clarence Young. 

The <^}eiatlcm will take ap- 
proximately 90 days. 

At Scmdrestrom, Ac 565th 
Vi'M join units frcxn Fort Eu.stis 
in ibe \ob of getting supplies olf 
the ship and to the storage points. 
When the shii» are in, the com- 
pany will work around the clock 
tn two 12 hour shifts. 

The first ti^ at Scmdrestrom 
will be to g^ die equipment out 
of stCMa^ and into nxxl working 
order. Aixc»ding to Sergeant Cal- 
vin Rickle, a veteran of three 
SUNEC oper^ions, the tempera- 
ture runs between 40 and 60 
degrees at this time of the year. 

Even when the port is open, 
there are ice floes in the area 
which wme tinws hamper opera- 
tiiins. 

Ihis year's operation is the 
1 .hh ot Its kind. 



Safety Program 
Initiated By 
Va. Truclceri 



VIHGIMIA BEACH— Hie truck- 
ing induiCry in Virginia Tuesday 
announced a new safety program 
in a further effort to reduce 
speed on highways throughout 
the state. 

Trucks ai% now appearing on 
the highways with a decal on i^he 
rear of the t«uter which reads, 
"NOTICE TO PUBUC; The Driv- 
er of lliis VehkJe Is a Profession- 
al. If U is <^rated Unsafely 
Please Notify ihe Owner." Truck 
drivers have been asked to give 
their wholehearted support to the 
program. 

The announcement of the pro- 
gram came at the annual business 
meeting of the Virginia Highway 
Users Associatidn, the staite trade 
association of the trucking indus- 
try. Sptdcesmen said the associa- 
tion thoroughly believes in the 
plan, and (that operators every- 
where whose trucAs travel in Vir- 
^n^ are being requested to par- 
ticipate in this progrsmi of strict 
(d»ervance of speed regulations. 

Governor Affitertis S. Harrison, 
assisted by Sei»t«- E. E. WiUey, 
co-chairman of the sub-committee 
of the Viifinia Advisory Legida- 
tlve Council stud^ng traffic safe- 
ty, and W. IB. Rawlings, pr^kient 
of VWJA, placed the firs* decal 
on a trailer to launch the new 
safety program. "This ^lould be a 
tremebdous contrUiution to traf- 
fic safety," the Governor said. 
%t is a deterrent to tho^ who are 
inclined to speed and it will bring 
greater imUic consciouniess to 
the httportanc© ctf our proWem." 

"Because of the alarming acci- 
dent rate on our highways many 
individuals, rightly or wrongly, 
are pointing an accusing finger 
at trucks as a major speed of- 
fender," said W. B. Rawlii^ who 
was elected today as presideivt of 
the state trade asso.ciation. 
"Truck owners <to nJt condone 
exc^s speed or other traffic vio- 
Mons and they want to identify 
any of fenders on Virginia's high- 
ways." 

An erroneous opinion is some- 
tin»s ex{n>e^ed thrt truck own- 
ers requtoe their drivers to meet 
schedules so rigid that they must 
violate speed laws in order to 
maintain tiiem, fRawlings said. 
This is not true, he explained, 
because most drivera are paid on 
a trip Ik^ and itheir schedules 
allow ptenty of ims to observe 
speed regulations. <■ 

Kiwanis Members 
At Convention 

ATLAIWraC CITY, N. J.— Two 
members of the Virginia Beach 
Klwams Club are among about 
15,000 persons attending the 48th 
Annual Convention of Kiwanis 
International at Convention Hall, 
Atlantic City. 

They are James N. Moody of 
2308 Kantation Ihive and Thom- 
as J. Follary of 'Goodq)eed Road. 




"Genuine Pembroke Mamn- Water" was dispense la^ weekend at PembrcAe MancM' m 
celebration of the end of the drought for that community. Left to r^t are Mr. aod Mrs. WW 
Fentress of 1141 Spooner Road and Mrs. Pembroke Manor, Mrs. Barbara Leiunan. 

(Farfss Photo) 

PEMBROKE MANOR OPENS 
THREE NEW MODEL HOMES 



PEMBROKE — With its water 
problem solved, Pembroke Manor 
opei^ three new model homes 
and Section HI of its award win- 
ning ccmimutaty la^ week-end to 
an esthnated 3,000 visitora. 

Prior to tl» (^>ening, Virgima 
Beaeh City Cwmcil ^nted the 
Terry Corporation, tbSilders and 
developers of Penrtnroke Manor, 
the right to develop its own water 
system, ending tiw dnsight—at 
least for this conuhunity. 

To help celebrate the occi^on 
the Terry Corporation gave away 
small bottles of "GenuiiK Paa- 
broke Manor Water" to vMt(ffs. 
Mrs. Pemft>roke Manor, Mrs. iBi^ 
bars Leitman, made the pres^i!- 
tations. 

The new F^mteoke Manor 
models include a two^tory Colon- 
ial home featuring five bedrotans 



Summer Band 
Concerts To Be 
Held At Schools 

THAiiA-^. A. Daws, band m- 
structor at Princess Anne High 
and all the schools in the dty of 
Vir^nia Beach, will hold aimmer 
band concerts through the sum- 
mer for students of the sixth, 
seventh and eighth grades. 

Practice sessions are held every 
Tuesday at Princess Anne High 
Schopl and later in the season 
the boys will play at baikl con- 
certs at one of the cities play^ 
grounds, places and time to 1^ 
announce at a later d^. 

Daw^ is a r^ident of Virginia 
Beach and lives at 212 83rd 
Street. 



and two and « half baiths. An i for restoration as an mm Iwd- 
L-shaped four-bedroom randi and mark and tourii^ «tb^ioa. 



a smaller three bednxmi ranch 
were al«> hitrodut^. Pembroke 
now provides six models in all, 
ranging in pii<» from 111.700 to 
$18,800. 

NMr Hltteri^ 9^ 

Section Hiree is OMKidered the 
heart of iPenybroke 'MaiK}^. Tie 
hcunesites are immediate^ adja- 
cent to the old Pembroke House 
which, Inillt in 1764, is scheduled 



Retirement Parade at Little Creek 




Sevca r^ffk^ offices view a c<»CTK»ual ^uade in their h(»KV held Fri^y «t Lil^ 
Oteek l^ d» ^^u^ Fto^ Amf^aMOis Fotcc. The six Navy and one MariiM Qxpa oncers 
e»A ns^md wdi over 20 yeara servk*. T^y are G)l. Albert Creal, USMC; Cmdr. Jan^lm 
B. ^uurd; Qndr. idm F. Joq<»; Lt Ontb. Ums J. C^^ftcws; IL Ondr. JasKs B. Jkowo; 
Lt Cnb. Utm S. Wri|^ and Lt Oak. RobM E. Omy. (Navy Hioto) 



State Troopers 
To Still Give 
Tickets In Beach 

* 

VIRGINIA BEACH — State 
troopers will «Mitinue to write 
ticket for traffic violations in 
Virginia Beach but they are no 
longer assigned to ^neral police 
duties in the city. 

According to Capt. J. S. Pear- 
son, commander of Fifth State 
Police Division, general law en- 
forcement assignments for State 
Police in Chesapeake and Vir- 
ginia Beach «ided Tuesdav but 
the officers still have authority to 
toke action in traffic accidente 
and violations. 

Pearson said eight men were 
transferred to other communi- 
ties. Five more troopers have 
been assigned to a special force. 
Tliose men and IS (Hhers were 
assigned to general law enforce- 
ment in what used to be Princess 
Anne and Norfolk Counties be- 
fore mei^er. 

He said trocars in the divisicHi 
will still write a summons for 
anv traffic vblations thcv sec 
while traveling on Virginia Beach 
or Qiesapeake Hishways. 

Chesapeake & Virginia Beadi 
assumed airthority for the main- 
tenance (tf highwa>^, streets and 
roads within dieir boundaries 
Tuesday. 

Four ^te Polkx inwstiga- 
te>rs M FrtA Diyiskm headquar- 
ters win assist local p(rfice in the 
new citks tf they are asked to do 
so. 

Division headquarters will re- 
main in Chesapeake. It serves 15 
counties in soutlteastem Virginia 
and helps municipal police forc^ 
when assistance is requested. 

Poli<» Oiief Jam« Moore of 
Virginui Beach aiKl PolKe ChM 
Witttam S^tfs of Chesapedce 
have been expanding dieir pdke 
Uxfx$ m jxso&Bt BKxrtls to fiH tin 
pp of uMimvsl of sttite hroop- 
en oo « pttfattl bi^. 



Section Three abo borders 
plann^ recreaticMial and" cuMral 
fodltties for the ccnnnmi^ty and 
affoi^ a safe, shcfft ^oute to 
Pembr^e ^meiriAqr 6 eh o o 1 . 
Jeme iwito'fiwnt iii^jfefHtti|^«i 
lihsiia Creek, are waOaMe in this 
s^tion. 

'Despite the water diswte be- 
tween tlte cities of Norfi^ and 
Virginia fieudi, the devel(^>n|«it 
of iPefftoolM Manor is stm • jmu* 
ahead' of schedule. 'Seetliu 9kree 
was slated for opening in 1664, 

This has beoi tm^gi^^ sAi&at 
by unprecedented ival and na- 
tional «(Hflami for the c(»nmuni^. 
More than 400 homes have bp^ 
soki since openhig day, m aver- 
age of better than one house per 
day, uid ttie c<»ninui^ has been 
^ven six naticmid vnu^ team 
Look iMa^^oiite and the Natioiml 
Association of *Hoiite BuOdeci^ 
J<HimaL 

Penrtnt^ 1lan<ur is open tttm 
10 am. to 10 p.m. Sales are ban- 
died tbnwgh PenolMDike Rei^y 
Corporation of which W. S. Ife- 
ville, Hugh Jennings and Nelsm 
Duval are co^iirectors. Adv«1is- 
ii^ ami ptriDUc rel^om are con- 
ducted by Ifetfthew^ Advezti^ig 
^^ncy. Inc. of HovloSk. 

Beach Reservist 
On Active Duty 
At Great Lake» 

GREAT LAKES, HI.— Tlia-- 
teen young feservi^ ftom Vh*- 
ginia Beach are undergcmig two 
weeks »:ti\% duty tninii^ as sea- 
man redruits at the Naval Train- 
ing Center. Great Lakes, III. 

The training includes laval 
cwientation and histwy, miliary 
etiquette and drill, physical fit- 
ness, swimming am) survi^, 
first aid, shipbcwrd safety pre- 
cautions and s«itry duty. Recre- 
ati<Hi and a rigorous phvsical fit- 
ness DTC^ram will rotmd out tte 
training. 

Upon completimg the tianiiiM; 
peri<x) die Reservist wfll r^um 
home to rejoin their local unite. 
Naval Reservists are f»t>vktod 
with modem educatimiri and 
technical facilitks to ^oepsre 
prcrficiency in any of a nmntier 
of soecialia^ skills in the Navy. 

The rKcrvats from Virf^iia 
Beach include Gary R. Tmsp* 
son. Richard F. Roter^^. 
Gearte E. Gtem, Jr.. IXmald 
R. Evans, TimoAy C. Cook. 
James H. SfM^w 01. A»^ 
T. Freeman, RMteni B. Icit^ 
wn, TlKmias C. ^Nmm^ Jr., 
Gtorte F. Gilb^ Wi^» A. 



■ake 

TRONO 




July 4; 1^63 





lit if 11^ 

jmras 

■fill if I 1 



Simday 

Mornjat 
Tnining Union 

Bvenlflt Btr6e» 

Bvcoint Servifles 30 
May IJ'Sept. 15. 



nroRiKCH 

.9:30 A.M. 

11:00 KM. 

8:15 P,M. 

_. 7:30 P.M. 

minutes liter 



(W. T. 
9:i5 aJDf 
11:00 a.m,— 1 
7:30 P4I1.- 
7:30 pA.— Wad. 




Pwjwr 






Betdt Blvd, 
M. 
>!«.— Sw^r 9*0^. 

pjn.- 







U^llM SttlH ol A«Mkt bat t9- 
<ly iHontf (if ^«tes cC a^iIlL 

VMM •■• •• 



GSUttCR 

BHltop 




A. 
lOrtW A. 
Jl;00 A.M.— ' 
7J» ~ 

15dl SbWt «i« iMIfic AvoM 



»:4S •A.-&»dMr ScteoL 
11:00 UB.— M««a% ^ftjnMp. 
7:30 pjB. — Bvanfefi^ie ServioB. 





PRINCES AlWNE n^AZA. 

tMuv-in-Cfenrie 

Now Me^faf at HaoaUft's Plaa 
BowUng Mey. 
10:00 A.y.— Wondrif> 
Nura^ Brevickd 



8:30»^ W;30 A.M. 

4 to 6 p.m. Samrdays 
Catechism Claas: 

10-12 Si^urdays 
Bap(in]^ After 8:30 a.m. Ma^es 



Star oTthtSm 
CATHOLIC cHimcn 

t4lh 9b«et and Arotie Onll 
KEV. n&^^CI8 V. BAMMPE 
SuAdiy Maoei: Winter. 8:00. »:30 

11:00 ajoi. and 12:15 p.m. 
Summer, Aine 15th ttini Labor Ihy, 

7:00. 8:00. 9:30. 11:00 ajn. and 

12:15 p.no. 
Hipijr Otm, 1.00, 9:30 ajii. and <:30 

p.m. 

Coafesatons, 4:00 to 6:00 and 7:00 

10 8:00 p.m. SMunhy 
Weekdav Maaib 8 a.m 

SUMMER SCHEDULE 

Now t^ni Labor Day, unday Mass, 
6, 7, 8. 9:30 and ll|a.m. ttod 12:15 
pM. Daily A^ess, 8:45 a.m. 



EMANCm BMbCffAL aiuiCH 

Kei^avUte Itoed, Kaarimirllto 
The Bar. Ck»i«i R. McGial^, 

8:00 A.M.— Holy Coownurion 
9:15 A.M.— f^antly Service and 

Obuvt Sdiool 

Ololy Conuminkn iilrd 

^nday) 
11:15 A.M. Motning Prayo- and 

Sarmon 

01oty OomminiioB firat 

ifaaday) 
Nnnery aervice av<iilabl« 



Bay 



ayiside & Bay Shtift Rcadl 
loMM G. La^ Jr.. Paalar 

9:45 AJttf.— Momuig WontJyfi and 

. OkiA mmoU 
tim AM..-Mmate mnUp aad 
SdiooL 



EA^BRN WIORE GHAFEL 

B. SWawr toW e i a, Bactaa 

8:00 a.ai. — ^H<rfy Comtnunion 
9:00 a.m.— Family Servfce and 

MdroBu l^ytr (3nl Soa- 
(fc^ Ite^ Oommnim.) 
11:00 ajn.—M«nk^ Paryer and 
Sennoo (1st amday, Uoiy 



i OM DenMMi E^^arapal 
449 Witch OwSi Itoad, hqMd^ 

8:00 A.M.— 'Hoty OeeirauMOa 
(Excefit dudns recttw's iMoilOD.) 

10:W) A.M. — MorvMtg Prayer and 
SeimcMi (Holy Ctommuoion mi 
firat &tada,y oC eadi maoOi.) 



msi 



WSTBGDWt CHUKOn 

Acredde — ICe^isvflk 
IUt. a. p. IkaaA, Partor 

9:45 ajn.— ChunA SdKwl. 
11.00 wn.— Mombi wonhto, 
7:30 pjn.— Youft FeUowsfeq). 



/ 



LY NNHAVBf 

mehhwot cxrjm:b 

Little Neck Itoad 
R^. Waitar A. WUMaeri, Partor 
9:45 8.01.— Oionit Sdwol 
11:15 amr.— McMTiilg Wo^ip 



H^fH-E EMANUKL 

25<1l and Eteltic. Vo-giaia Beacb 
miLIP PINCUS, IbiUil 

I'M A.M.— Servios Mon.-Prt. 
8: 1 5 p.m.— Friday - Sat*atft Servicca 
10:00 a.ni — S^ - S^twA Servke 
8:00 A.M. — S»vi(xs Sun. 



ttal 



ttTSd 




I daya, it may be aaid 
i file ranH at tha Star- 

"•*^*"^ 

^^ilMr i<n*H» iba laat Q< the 



belband a reilteg- 
e( tba 



Het Weather Mete 
For ChUdrea 



JUKWIPI 

209 • MHi fflnst 
^.3tt A.M.p-Mhd» SdkU 
1L:00 AM.— CiiMi 8OT4ea 
8dM MJ. — Vai»igi#lBr Scsi^ 



■Arm^ ■APB^ cmnica 

YMO nMIUV Hhnw Ruad 
Paatofw^taMa V. Da Poe, 

800 A 11:00 Ai.Ma«»ltarah^ 

Semda 

guodar $cb9cff^9:24 A 10:10 

MOP^.- 



ItH 




9m 
iij oo 

7:30 WK= 




Do ¥oei aiS^%m0b, V)l 
9:41 ajtt— 1^ Si^oitf. 
n^OO ajjM- MBg^JWiaip., 
7:M p.iiii ffiiwBy Nli^ Shiiice. 



ALVDT nJcLm vAsrat 

9:45 a.itt.— Oranh SAooL 
IkOO a.fl^-'^ionrti^ WeiMp. 



ST. MATHBVW 
CATOttLiC CttURCH 

^k B«iA. Vn. 

'^^ MO, lte3« ft 

Co^eaaten eacn IMnniBw 4.00 pA. 
t» 5:00 P4IU and 7:00 pJBL to 
8:00 pjn. 

&Umm »d Fafter 

Hmmw KIS-9333 



psLiiOtpMVPi.jliAmsv cHDMn 

419 Otondt Inad. NniMk 2, Va. 
^▼» Ckariaa T^ P w drirfc a 

9:45 a.o>.->Ctaaeh SebooL 
11. -00 a.ffl.— Msning Wonil#, 

7:30 PA.— ^inteins Woral#. 



KALA OnnhOB Of CSRBT 

Va, 




tOtOO AJtC.—'Blbfl School 
IIKK) A<M<-~MMMi« W<xaHp 
7:30 PJIi'^'Maii^ Wtonbip 



LUTHERAN OmACH 

lOlOO Vir^nia Beadt Boi^ewd 

Ctempomry Werdiip Center) 

Keuedl A. tAtt, Piator 

9:15 a.m.— Cftuich School 

10:30 auHi.— Wofdiip Serwce 

(Nurseiy fw pre-school chSdno 

during worsl^) 



UJIVttAM CHURCH 
Of the Good Si^*ed 

Atlantic »d IStii &reet 
IteT. John D. Kelato, IMBdiiar 
8:30 A.M. — Morning WonAv 
^45 A.M,— Ctoun* School and 

AAiH Bibte Claases 
ll.-OO / M.— Momli^ W<B»h^ 



. J WKSAVMWirS 
h± umWsAN CHUBCa 

%rli*fi Pfca^^wde. VkfWa 

8r30 A.M.— WraraWp 
9:45 A.M.— Chm^ School 
U.-OO A.M.— Worrfiip Servioa 



Hot weather imposes no spe- 
cial dietaiy requirements {pr 
healthy infants and children, cx- 
cqpt for increased wafer intake. 

Says the American Medical 
Asiociation's Oounei! on Foods 
and Nutrition: 

"If infants and children eating 
well-baUnced diets do not toler- 
ate onKlwiV betf stress, Hiey 
idKKild be invotliiled fof iUaess 
rather than dm#m thflir diots. 
Poor appetkes ud nulty eating 
habits may result from die un- 
colbraUMi use of cold* drllfcs 
«^ai hi^ caloric content, or fnim 
fai'— "^ take enough outdoor 
ex r lioql ovaMidfKMp^ 

ir -meal aaioli It a un- 

w...., .. . adults to 'condition' 
chiidltP to dislike hot water 
or td foist sun '' e fbod'pos 
oa th^." 

When the sommer sun bears 
down and the weather is hot, in- 
side and out, parents often give 
tfaoiigM to dMiiig. the fomily 
dMttiy Mitteni. SMiUd salt be 
added? Kiquld certain "heavy" 
foods be prohibited? Does baby 
need a change in his formula? 

The requirement for protein 
seems to be uochanged or pos- 
sibly even increased in hot weath- 
er. If table salt is used in ordin- 
ary amounts, in codcing, and is 
readily avaiUdric at meal times, 




^«tri I'llf rtfniilf^ 



wmu^wrtm 

Sinida, 

HfVa DaHa 
9:45 a«^-4aad 
11:00 Miu-Man _ 
7:45 p.aB.T- &WBin| W orJrip 

ST. wsm^ wSSm Gmmm 

Priac ga ^ e jC^t Hoys 

tOKW AJI<-^^Mmv SeHeeii 
I L-OO A,!^— iimitaf w«ffri#. 
6K» Ml-— B.T.tJ. ^ 
7:0» Fiti— Bverii* WtsnUp. 



OBUaCH (MP CHRIST 

^1 Va. B^Nb 9M.,0i»aa, Va. 
ItmmlLVkti^ MMatav 

103PO aA— Wl(|,aaj^. . . 
11:00 ajn.— ^finlM wiorw^ 
$f% p.m. — — Bvena^Wonibip 




C* Cdmni 
9:45 aJB. 
11:00 aja-^^-Mandi* WA ii Mp . 
6:30 pjn.— TMBfe||, r 
7:30 p.m.— Eyml^l 



isEramx. BAiiiST 

In ?t\wxa Arine Cooo^ on HiBbvaiy 
615 M m« MMfT Ocwrii Mi SI^ob 
en tf^te 
T. X lEb«la, Swrfaf ae MnUw 

aindsw SeWod ^— . 9-45 A.lt 

i^ib SiWee „-«:45 A.l|: 
- ' - ■ 7:30 P.M. 



ccMMiffirrr chaixl 

l4nkm Ro«l. LMbev B«r 
9:45 a.m.— (MMgr SSMM. 
REV. ^Ni dMWCK 

n.-OO a.m.— MtoiriBf WorAlp 
11:30 %m.—<3bmmh Ctevcb 




not be needed 

tvc people. 

1 be muoreo need more liquids 

the summer to offset loss 

ion, but this 

jv4.(v .,!„ ot met oy the! 

lemseives. They'll 

r's problem is 

thc\' quench 

■■) plain 

gh cal- 

W^ts get 



. ^71 
JRay, . 

WM^k 7:0^ MO, 
IMK flbOO aiita. 
Qotfaaitoea nc on S^ordur, 7:30- 



MmL 
O JA 

10:0^, fii^ 



Ul LiAnvft Av«. 

^ Va. 




ili'm 



few 

le- 



n^^v do qM 




tbciy ,apod 

IA>rv r ?r>htfi 



uig cold, drinks are best, and 
water w the best of all. A short 
"cqpling df ' aod qoiet period 
bdore meals n^ay help the appe- 
tit« on a hot day. 

1 ... <> -f the usual meas- 
-s, for developing 
eAtiog M|(iL»bould be 

htfnlfful TilHBBRIUe of the 



ETi waftv Enrcftsuwy 

UNI1tt> CflVRCR 

Ch2iM3aa 
Oi«at N^Rq|<jBesr 

9:^ aJ3i,-i-^taBdq; 
ll.-OO a^-^Mwniag W<»ih^. 

DiAMm q> ^R Pwa 

CWBfflAN cmUCH 

IMa^ka^CMat 
6700 W: Baden %o^ 
Nav Utfe' OPeal: Poiy 
e. MiM^flHiaim^ PMai 
8:45 M>t^Wlarih# Swice 
9:45 A!M.-€uodRy SdMoi 
1 1 :60 A.M.— Wooliip Servics 
S:30 Fill.— Vottfli Oroapa 



raiFicx OF peace 

LUTRERAN dfURCn 

(Miwwrf i^nod) 
RcT. I. Ehacr Maday, Paitor 

Me^^ at Majftu School 
9:15 ajn. — ^mday Sdnol and 

Bible Cbss. 
10:30 a.m. — Divine Worah^ 
Holy Oomnuaisn — lA and 3ni 
^nthiy. 



MEinODBT CHURC3I 

Knot^ Island. N.C. 
RiAert C. Btack, MIbI^h 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.- W orabip Service. 

BAYIAKE METHODIC CHURCH 

I^Mna I^e at Trmiire Uand Dr. 

Minister. M^^ S. GOOD 
t-30 & U A.M.— Worship Service 
9:45 A.M.— 8una«v School 

dhai^ 
MTTHODliit OHUIMS 

Bade B^. Viiiinhi 
Rav. Wnm A Mooa^ Ir.- 

10:00 a-m.— Oiurch School. 
11:00 «,m.— M<wniog Wordiqj. 

SAUGVf METWIDm' CHURCH 

Rrin»« ittna, Vii^nia 
Rev. F^ank O. Jsnca 

10:00 8.m. — Mwnlng WorS^. 
11:00 a.in. — Churdi &hooI. 
7:30 pan. — You* FeiiowAip 



OCEANA 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARB*4E 

S. Court House Rd., Oceana, Va. 

Pad A. AMrh^ ft^er 
9:45 a-na.— Sunday SatHid 
10:45 a.m.— Mcmeg Wor^ 




THI BOOK 

AND 

THIPLAQ 



THR eHU^n^ FOR AIO. 
f\\ t |>GM THK CHUnCH 

fill* ChiflKb il Um giwt^ &M!^ 
lor m wrth temUm MUMag tt 




UfdAt 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Near RdMa Conwr 
Rev. h E. lohiiauH, Paiior 
9^45 a.m. — Siuiday Sc^ooL 
11:00 a.oi.^Momii4 Wocrinp. 



Dt. 



cnuKS 

Road 



9:45 

IIKIO 
8«0 



7120 Keaipaville 
A. D. Naw 

A.M.— ^ndnr Sdiocd 
A.M.— Montag Woral^ 



BAYIBDE G^lfnAN CHU]U:H 
- ( CotiagaB qaal) 

Shore Ih^ve and Greoiwefl Road 

Inl L. Farfdl. VBaMm 
9:45 A.M.— WoiMp 8ervk». 
9:45 A.M.— Snafcy School 
11:00 AM.— W«iMp Serviea. • 

/WteltiMnY OF GOD 

Vinaia Baadi Boolevanl 
East lane — Oceana 
D. Bate. ft. 
(.m.-HCtareb Sdhooi 



9;45 

11:00 ,^ 

7:30 pjB.Bvia^aa; Service. 



t,m.— WoiBtai WonMp. 
flriRiaths 



9:45 



CBURCB, OF GOV 

620J4ihSt»eC 

KVk.-~^mim MiDoi 

1 \m, AM.— mm: Wionhip 
im A.M. Wmm Worrfiip 

PAL CHUMm 

JA 8-3573 



bBgiWWWr CMU BCB 

30?*18tfa Areet 
Dr. W. Kaawtti Ha d dodi , Paator 

8:30 ajn.— WoraUp Service Sunm^sr 

Matrihs 
9:45 a.oi.— Cbnrdi S^icd 
11:00 a.in.— WonUp Servke 



BETHEL MEIHODBr 
Qneeds 
Reger C. Saydor, ftrtov 
A.M.— Morrikc Wonri^ 
A.M.— dWRii SdiDol 



CHURCH 



Cdvary 
PRESWTHKIAN CHURCH 

Ftrst Strwt. Otearock. Ndrtelk, Va. 
E. GwNi C^al^t INaler 

9:45 a.«. — OnvEh Sdiool. 
11:00 a^.— Moratof WonWp. 
6:30 pjn— WlMt-Nota FeUowa^. 
6:30 p.m. — Kooew FeDowshw. 
6:30 psa. — Yodi^ Peo{de'a FUiow- 



Jtb • •t<»^eMM of Bpiritttal tsU 
MM. Witbout ■ itratig ChtivA, 
jmMiv dtmocwcy noc dviUan* 
tim on lurviv*. His* ai* tem 
watmi iM»oo« why •v^rjr panem 
•hwM attend KfTioM r^ntety 
and aupport tlw Chwriu llwr 
«•: (1) For hi* oifn mIm. (S? 
Few Ua «UMHD'a Mka. ® Ver 
tH* nka of Ma aMnmioity and 
aatira. (4) F«r tha wka a€ tba 
OwnA itaalf, which aaate hia 
moral and matartal avupart. 
Ptaa to fo t» ckurch npilulr 
•s4 Mad yetu BiUa daUjiw 




Behind th« open Book, -w^ see the Star Span- 
gled Banner of the United States and tte cross- 
borne fli« of Christianity, 

Do« this seem like a strange combiiuition to 
you— *# flag rtf a natiMi beside ^ ftkg of a 
z^ligion? 

Not at all! Look into the Bible and see t*ei« 
gj«tt trutfa: MAN IS THE CHILD OF A LOV- 
ING GOD; WE ARE MADE IN GOD'S IMACa 
Here is explained the DIGNITY OF THE IN- 
DIVIDUAL. 

Now Ve begin to re»liM l»w close is the 
relation be^rMn demoeraeir ^^d ^m Cbufift;. 

Our natienal flag, our church flag would U}t 
Ue here today were it not for the oi»n Book, 

Come learn of this Book. Come worship and 
study in the church of your choira this Sunday. 



10:00 
11:00 



PLAZA MEISOMST CBUROI 

Mm«b« at rtna Ekiwal 
Walter A. WM teb u nt, FSalaa 
9:45 AM— Mon»s Wocddp 
11:00 AM^p-Chunii Setaod 
7K» P.M.— Youtt Fellowship 



PjaSffTEiaAN CHURCH 

Pacific kmsae at 36tt Street 
H^vy O. 
I. Paal V( 
Bflwiitara 

9:45 Churrii Scboof 
ItflO.hiomnig Worship 
6:00 YoMi Aiew^i^ 
7:30-8:00— Sunder evenii^ Cfa^ 
Vnper Sen^e 



MEraOOST GHURCX 

Mnoeaa A^w, Vii«|ma 

Rev.FiMk D. Ja^Ma 

l(kl5 a.o.— dtorcb Sd»ol 
11:15 ajn.— Mondng WoraUp 



TAMcada 
METiKHMipT C ronKM 

ftinceas ^Anne, ^swria 
Rar. Ldey Mvfi. mUUlm 
9:45 a-m.-dnrA Sdbocri. 
11:00 a.ia.— Monrief W<HsUp. 



mm 

11:00 



G ROVF 
CMOMH 

Frfaio^s Anm 




fitm Ave. & Vi. BMcft MM. 
Rar. A I. G«n^ 

9:45 •A.-^^o^ BiAnA 
10:« ftrf.— Wo 



ViiMirta 



8:4S 
^45 
«:30 




Mm an d ly fc w.— ^w^ew • 

a. A'— tti^MI Mhortrf 
p.a.— Yei^ rtltoWiWii 




njiiftiiirj fiiir iilrffi IfT'tr 
^Ij^ioa, lift te. 




eaeCasatote 



MnoaKHMPE GBJMS 

OiMKl^tt WM. O^i^ Va. 
Ikw. nwl 
9s« aA^'.ChMkMbcd 

UiOO mm* 




THE FRlffllYTEtf AN CHURCH 

IN Pm*ICnS iM^iNE HAZA 

WaHbt J. RHRtf, noHMlf 

Meetng fa die I^za 

Bloneatary School 

Saa4ay School -. 9:45 A.M. 

Chitfcb Servioe ll.-OO AM. 



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11:00 AM.^Wof^ip and d^ch 
Scbdol. 



KING'S GRANT 
FREISYTaUN CXnJRCH 

(Now meetii^ m the King's QnsA 
EtemMtary Sdiool) 
Phymo^ C. FHItoi, P»tor 
9:50 A.M.— a»Kky School. 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship. 



L YNWHAFEN 
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LynnhaveB Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr., Minster 

9:45 a^m.— Church S^wol 
%\m a.m.— MorolDg WonMp. 
<lit0 p.m.— Youth FellowAip. 
6:30 p.ni. — Pioneer Fellowatd^ 
7:30 pjn.— Evening Woiablp. 







Cai9ri^ lass, Xabtar A4«wiM« iMtab Am. atari 


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Sunday 

Deuteronomy 

4:1-8 


Monday 

Deuteronomy 

^:l-6 


Tuesday 
Joshua 
24:14-25 


Wednaads^ 

Psalms 
8:1-9 


Thursday 
Isaiah 
1:2-9 


Fridi^ 

Galatiana 

4:1-7 


Saturday 

Colossiana 

3:^17 



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25th&Atki^tic 

TOftAY, TO. A SAT 
JULY 44 

COME BLOW 
YOlffiMOM 

Frank Sii^tra 

RATimBit 2. ^$. • ft If 

SUN., MONDAY & TUK. 
JULY 7-9 



Susan Connery 
Susan Andress 

2, 4. f, s, !• 



WID., THURS., m. SAT. 
JULY 10-13 

A GATHERMfi 
OF EAGLES 

Rock Hucf«>n 

Mary Peach 

Rod Taylor 

fmtmtm t, 4t3«, 7 aad »iM 



BAYNE 

17th&Atlaatig 

TODAY, FRIDAY ft SAt., 
JULY 44 

THE LIST OF 
ADIIAN HESSEIHXR 

George C. Swtt 
Dana Wynter . 
I^^^^S^^M^IO 

SUNDAY, MMMDAY 

&TUmAY 

JULY 7-9 

COME BLOW 
YOUfi HOM 

Frank Sinatra 
Barijara Rush 

F^ftiift; 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 

ONE WEiC 
B«giiinins Wed; July 10 

MUTINY ON 
THE BOUNTY 

Marlon Brando 
Trevor Howard 
Natures 3:00, 5:20, 8:40 
ChNdren-SOc All Day 
A(htlfs-90c Marines 

$1.25 Eytfiif^ 



Movie Review 

-A QATHilUNO «^ tAOLW" 

fifanad ia m^a6m.iKAK, "A Cta^^^ of O^^' is b»i- 
My a dMu ^eut i^e^fr^-^Mfle ivtidse lives coort dn«^ 24 
hours a day. Y^ any Aaiwiam, ^raiiii how <4» U. S. SMbs^ Air 
ComBMd to Uying y^ to ks awtto, '1^ ^ is wr profea^m." is 
bomA to tert 1^, woi» ae^m 



TO REACH ^ ft 



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iEflll 

ON THE OCEAN FRONT 
Si'rt Stra«t A AthmHc Avenue-Virginia Beech 
' HDIS OFIN DAILY AT 1 P.M. 

SATURDAYS A SUNDAYS at 12 NOON 



FREE ACT 

2 mtFcmMAmxs 

DAU.Y 
2:30 A 10:30 F.M. 




FreMhH^WiieAed 

"DDPI^ DE41H 

EACH PERFORMANCE'* 

ON OUTDOOR STAGE! 



L 



DANCINO 
NIOHTLY 

LIVE ORCHESTRAS 
JAM SESSIONS 

EV£RY SATURDAY 
AND SUNDAY 
From 11 O'clock 

Fealariag DASLY 

"VIC & Hit Versatiies" 

Ctee of Ricbmond'i Moft 
Pepnte I^oM mmim 



aftor "A <kUierii« ol to^'"toas 

thm's Aunber om m^mm^ for 
aiwriag world perns. 

No «mU WMMUM <tf creAt mirt 
go to pPoAiOTT S^ aoitett mri 
director O^xft Wi^ e tnhr <rt 
ex-Air Force offlcam for the 
ma^ficeirt oMuuier to wWdi 
ttey have woven a wann, isA- 
mate story epinift the sweepii^ 
^^ade of 04S iM^odben and 

The screenplay l)y "Mbexi Rr- 
odi, who won an Academy Award 
for "BrttteffKHWd," » one d tl» 
finert worka of his raieer. 

Rock MMhon Stan 

On<% ag^ the quiet ^rengtti 
of Rock flii^n donuMtes tiie 
characterizi^on 0* a SAC wing 
comman<ter who sacrifices ewry- 
tWng to awKjmplish his mission. 
Rod Taylor, as his sidekick, 
proves eloquently why he is con- 
sidered Hollywood's rmre^ and 
most exciting new ^ar. 

Brought from Englai^ to co- 
star as Hudson's Briti^ wife. 
Monde Mary Peach displays 
charm, beai^ and talent that are 
bouiKl to retom her to Hollywood 
again for important screen a^gn- 
ments. Barry Sullivan, as always, 
f^m a sdntilUing portn^ of a 
SAC ccAomA being f oreed into re- 
tirem^ii. 

ExcelleM perfonnances are 
plentiful in "A Gathferii^ of Ea- 
^s," including Leif Erickson, as 
SAC'S conanander-in-chief; Kevin 
McCarthy, as 1 its iniqpector-gener- 
al; Henry SUva, as an overworited 
maintenance officer; Robert Lan- 
sing, as his dedicated sergrant; 
Ricterd ^Kiersoa, Richard Le- 
Pore and Leora Dana, m SiM* 
van's understanding wife. 



W^lhia' liiiiA SUN^nIwS. tfiursday, Jwhf 4, 1 



FRii "HOOTiNANNY" 

SUNDAY, 2:30 fM 

FMfurinv N«w (Mewia 

Famous Folk ^nger 

ifRRY FiRRiS 



BATHHOUSE A RH^ESHMENT STANDS 
OFEN DAttY 9 A.M. 

FREE PICNIC AREA 
Sheltered From Weathar 
For information dtotGAe-IW 1300 CAR PARKING LOT 



FREE ADMISSION 



SPECIAL ... GIGANTIC 

FREE FIREWORKS 

THURSDAY NIGHT . . . JULY 4TH 



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Independnce Day 
To Be Observed 

At Seaside Park 

hKlep«idence Day will he diy 
served at Seaside Amusement 
Park, Virginia Beach, with the 
season's bi^^ fireworks display 
at 10 pjn. 

Other feitorea of tl» July 4 
week include Le Grande Nor- 
nwid, an unusual aerial act in 
which flie ^ar perfOTms hair- 
rs^ng ^un^ on a rifghig rising 
1C6 f^t above the park grounds. 
ThM act, perforaied wiUwut stfe- 
ty net, is guaranteed to bring 
down any viewer's body tempera- 
ture. 

Norman goes aloft twice a di^, 
at 2:30 and 10 pjn., except on 
July 4, when the last perfonn- 
4n<» is scheduled for 11. On Sun- 
di^, July 7, Jerry Ferris, fo& 
ni^er, ijdll make an appearance 
just following Normand's per- 
fofmance. 

All tl^se attractiona will be 
jwes^ted on the big OuWoor 
Stege, and all are free. 

Seaside Amusement Park's ^- 
conditi<med ballroom is a center 
of interest jist now, with Vic and 
Ms^ Versatiles booked in fivm 
Ri^lunond for the reM of the 
season. Two of the group, Moo 
Walke and Vic Mizelle, have a|>- 
peared on IDick Qarit's television 
l^ndataiMi. 

SM another band has b^ 
added for Saturdays and &indays 
durii^ the rest o^ the season. 
They are the Nomads, who will 
supply dan<^ music from 11 ajn. 
to 1 p.m. and S to 7:30 p.m. With 
tl» Vereatiles playing the re^ of 
iiie 'day, this means there will be 
continu(Mis live music eadi Sast- 
unlay and Sunday tnm If ajn. 
to (^Ddng. 

.^hnisslon to Seaside Amuse- 
naent Park h free. 



9i^gM^ai, exctti^ iciMias «( 
SAG in aetixm, fflned at a C«U- 
f ornU ShC \me uhI in the Mn- 
loua undo^iwind crnimaiMl poA 
a 6AC headquarters, Om^ irt- 
tert to 4te pert omwra wmtij 
of etnwTMgtogrnflier liu»dl Har- 
lan, <A9C, irtfli ^>ecial &e^ to 
xme eye-popping a^ial 8eq(iwm> 
es by 'BOmi D. Web/b and ^- 
m(Hid i%nutK>m. "A Gatheri^ 
of &i^" is today's and tmmc- 
row's itMnanc* of a worldwWe 
maze of wir@ and secret ui^tar- 
groiUMl CMnmuKi p<»ls witt a 
breed of men wiio never tSMk 
up . . . ^ women muiied to m^ 
and rock^ ... a ^spen»-Iove 
story that is fosanating, fri^^n- 
ing, unfoigettable. 

WTAR 'Copter 
Expands Service 

NORFXMiC - NEWPORT NEWS 
—The WTAR Radio helicopto-, 
which took to the air in Septem- 
ber 1962 with Monday flirou^ 
FrWay air iwverage o»f traffic con- 
ditions in Tidewater, has expand- 
ed its service to include Sunday 
and holiday patrol of area roads 
and waterways. 

to ad<fltion to its pr«»nit 1-9 
ajn. aiui 4 - 6 pjn. Monday- 
thrmigh-Friday surveillance, the 
Go-Patrd vwU be in tte air ewh 
&mday during the ainmaer fwan 
2 to 8 p.m., and for this 4th of 
July weekend Mike Schaefra* wiU 
broadcast reports intermittently 
through the day Thursday, Sator- 
day and Sunday, to ^ot traffic 
tie-uiM and to promote safe boat- 
ing and bafliing activities over 
the entoe Tidewater area. 

.The aircraft is equipped with 
pontoons for landing on wate^ 
and carries rescue equipment in^^ 
duding life preserver?, fire ex- 
tii^uishers, first-aid sui^^ aitol 
flints, and is controlled by two- 
way radio from a Jjroadcast con- 
trol center at the WTAR Radio 
studios on Boush Street. Schaefer 
hffi had an intensive trainii^ 
course in first-aid ami rescue pro; 
<»dures. 



Common Glory 
Completes 1st Week 
Of Production 

WEiLIAMSDBiURG— THE COM- 
MON GLORY has completed its 
firat week of lawiuctton for the 
1963 season with an attewiance 
record that has been the best 
smce 1957. 

Roger Sherman, general man- 
a^r for the drama, reports that 
paid admissions totalled 4,245 for 
the week. He also noted that in- 
quiries about the show md ad- 
vance ticket sales continue to nm 
wdl above the past few seasoi^. 

'Credit, again this year, mui^ 
^ to the fine people of WjlliMns- 
burg," stated Sheraian, "for tell- 
ing the visitors abtmt the ^ow." 
He noted that this year's produc- 
tion has been acclaimed by re- 
viewers as being one of the be^ 
in the seventeen years that the 
show has been produced. 

THE COMMON GLORY will 
play each night except Sund^ 
through Auguirt 31. 






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Pta- toilwMe, II «» opentor is 
ariE^ to ^^ ^ pwuMte |>er 
aaf« «B a W i«r» WW, this will 
i«<jui« 5,000 pouwls of fertaizer. 
^t, il 1to« am (say 7 acr^ la 
Oe^^^U. <tt^ ^00 pOfiMktt wil 
lie iiee(^ a^ l.SOO pouiKlB <wffl 
be MK IQ^ ^ timk. 

€r, if dw fifU Ktaa^ <»m- 
tainad IS awe^ tte c^tmoT wffl 
^ up 1,900 p«umIi riufft. 

iBtoriMrtiQn ii that operators 
often ^ to md% tte ferUher 
orteped wwl^ M^ to be feiti- 
li^. ft ^mrn the operas- to dp 
sevwral tti^. Hist, he mi^ e^- 
mete tte i^ei^ in tfw field. 
Seeond, he adjusU his tnidc ee- 
^fding to this estimate. As t^ 
qneads the fertiliaer tnaterlA he 
most frequently cbeck ftp 
amouat <^ material left fo make 
his total aM>lication coincide yii^ 
tte ama to be leitiiised. The i«- 
solt is V^i^tog t««s of 1009^ 
^Mch causes a situation untoste- 
^e b^ to Ihe ferUliaer deakr 
sad to the *farmer. 

There have also been sevei^ 
mstancefi in which fertilizeF or 
^ne has tufteii spread on tie 
wrong field becaiae the fanper 



Oie le^ ue toi^tUr, flie 4}etter! 
the mgvkr <rf ftwt 

Color of fruft <an be modified 
by soli condttiois |^ ]#tfa)l bs 
weH as ttn^&^bixn. A |^t that 
receives a good api^iciAicm of a 
Ugh nffirnfrti IscWaer, a^ a 
good f^N^HWV fiODleftt, will 
have a good fru* wlor. 

Another f«^ ih coloring is 
sunshine. If the daj^ a» cloudy 
or iiiw. coloring wffl be retanl- 
al. Some ^ts require a fr<^ to 
briH« <3xA color, whUe otheni will 
turn brqjm afta* a frort. 



Health Ti|i 
Fflr&WbHI 



I 



WHiAT PftOGfU^ 

Tlie wheat pragTMn Icff 1*64 
und^ provMom of exMing law 
are TwkstBi by tee U. S. Departr 
nwit <rf Agriculture in r^MOse 
to <^^cxi8 tt^ h3i« ar^en 
ance <^ rrferendiun of May 21, 

gpritt ai^ipolt wffl be avaiUMe 
to pratobera lAo plart; wWMn 
Uie «3eage rilotaMi^ which 
have b&m e sta Wta h ad ior the 
1984 wheat GK>p. ABWiB^s'w«« 
anjMjuneed in April. The national 
av€«®e ai{q^ p»k» wifl be 5© 
perc«it of pM^. <Tbt pijpent 
partty fHice is ft J51 per bushel.) 
•niere will be no m^fcetteg <;po^ 
penatties for plantii^ to ^<»« 
of acreiie ailctowi^- However, 
the statute prov^ thM produc- 
er$ who overfAant tt»ir allptinents 
wfll receive '^irtory" cmdft only 
in the aaicmnt^ th«r ^otments. 

Fanners who have Con^a- 
tion Rrararve coirtracts a^eed tp 
pJimt wtthin their faim aaeage 

1964 Cot^m^m ^m^e pay- 
«e« f or ttoe Jann ^mmOs on 
.^qpttjoice wWi the wfi«it scre- 
am idl(ri3nait. 

Wheat thaft was powu in ex- 
cess of n]«totii« quotas ui the 



wro«8 i««u *^^ ««- >^^ 0^ wfll fie «*J«tto^orWnal 
Mled to give -toe dealer or tout* penalty |«OTi««s wm Juiy i, 
driver spMifiC iMtniotions <m 1904. After thrt di^, rtwed ex 



IMW to g^to the field 

The nuHH? J5(e W? to give tte 
^entw afi the.>ifomuiUon te 
will need to do « CIMd >bi ^ 
be sure the InfonnatiaD is wsm- 
rvte! 



•rte frutt ol mam oxmm^mi 
^ub ^fHitti^ ttum tbe'flowea?. 
ft^ lod ^»w Cradto iland ^t 
tte iMMt, 1^ btaw fruits, && 
bMc ln^ f«dtoving in <Mt 
cods'. 

I^re » a sequew^ ctf £ruXii%, 
jMt ^ (&^ b a se^B^we erf 
^xffliing. At fte ^m^ Arboie- 
tnn ^ Bol^i, Itaas., ttas se- 
qoeiee Jtarta t^ It ttef ^ing 
lim tte frafrwt Iwneysuckle 
wtth «■» itf ItolvMtoVMfaowing 
(tark i^ ft^ hi 1^ Iby. For 
A* rmnimrtff of i|>rii4, ^unmgh- 
«| flWWBff and !&B awl toto 
n^K, Ihee » « «»rtinuous 
riww of Iw^y-odored frutts. 

Bie toi^ of t^ fmits re- 
1^ <Mk»M Is tepM^J^ and 
Is lo^^ ttin the time floweis 
r^ih e»^«. » varies -vith 
ttc sMffiH. ti^ ^Munt of rain- 
m, mi mmM^e. 

S^ pU48 tortwe "^ernate 
beafli«," "which is the result qf 
chemical processes that pvoduee 
bumper crops one year and anall 
crops ^ next. This is eyidaat'm 
both gKUJUflf ^"^ ^^^ ^^^ 

hiclement weather ploys m m- 
poH&nt part in «|?e pol«on of 
plants. Some thai* have the 
sexes separated, VHk the hollies; 
othMS, futii as the apricots, hgve 
the fitatito of the flowers of oi^ 
plant needing pollen produ<^ Jy 
aHae^ of another plaj^t. 1i^ 
crab «pi^ ^ve pollen boew oi 
the stamens of one flower fcr- 
^ui«ng tl» pKils of the sm» 



oess whestmay be teased with- 
«rt P^^- T*« smomt. of such 
wlieit in ^>rage m farms and i^ 
^n^^ff^^ Js ^hni^ at 40 
mifflife twihds. TUs couM be in- 
oeas^l toom the 19<^ e»p, 
which is siAject to marketii^ 
qu<rtM, ao! exoes whcM from 
the crop may be stwed by tfc^ 
producer to avoid payment of 
a» peii*y. On flie oflier hand, 
underplaoHiig or underprodu^ 
tion of 1983— cnv wh^t oMild 
reaift in the earty release of ex- 
0^ whwit that had beei stored 
from prevkms croj^ to ^wid pay- 
meiA 0* polity. 

Othar M«ns fid interest to grow- 
ers in admiiWniftM of the 1984 
wheat pi^ran vrit^ut m|irkM- 
ii^ cpiotffi ioihide: 

ASC (xtiXBty OMMflQittees wul 
Itear all api^als of &» t^W fann 
wl»M sfiwa^ aJflotniw^. Fann- 
ers have 15 days from the d^ 
of tte ©wn^ cewamWee's dwa- 
fflon to appe^ %o Qm A^ State 
Committee if t^ do not agree 
wWh the coui^ (^nmuttee <k- 

cisMm. 

jj^aii^ on aM«ris of farm 
ncmnal yi^li wffl not be sched- 
uled h^mm tfat yieW figure 
wm not be ap^K^le for 1994. 
Where prochi^ wirii to fumiai 
4jroven ytt^d ^ta, such date wiU 
be flted ih Mw awnty (rfftce wtth 
rther records of thirt f«rm. 



It's tine aam lor tb^ foit| 
suM>um of the s^swi. Here's 
hmv to do it 

po to the beach or pool on 
thf furst hot day. ^y aH day 
in' the sun in ^m swim suit, 
iarly thimig|i die ,aQcn 
w^Q the rays are fliOfft 
^j! I>m*t bother \*^ 
pipte^ivci ic^ns. It reia^ h 
very ;easy to get a painfif; al- 
mcst crii^^i^lbuni. If yoi ^y 
oit kng melm, ^ can ^ven 
gel a deep thiid-defr^ hum. 

lActoa^, tamuQg ^ m> 
l%sicil vyue;' fixMHire to the 
suK is (Uuna|i|ffiWp£'^in. Sun- 
lit spedds^^Kliiffi And atting, 
aspl exc^ive expc^itfe- pvlr a 
p^iod of ^fe tuii^e lerbus 
sldn co»d(i«e. Ptpct^^ wAild 
pilfer Ji^ tiiev ^tients. avoM 
e^K^uhs to dte s^ M jpuch as 

P<feftJ*' 
Bowewr, judical men also 

aif awatt Art sun taopinl is 

wifesfvead in America and pfob- 

aUly will CQQtinae to be ptmtW 

de^te its poteotial haiNbi. 

Thus doctOTS advise ttieir MtM^^ 

toitake pfecwitiQiis to iteAice t^ 

skin dlffld^e ban ttnnuig m 

m^ as pdssibk. 

The huo^h skin y^ri^ D«^% 
in the anxHmt of suAi it cUilltf-' 
sorb. Eterk-skinned, daik<4iairBd, 
dark eyed p^sons can take con- 
sklerable sun widKMit burning. 
Redheads, btondes, blue-eyed, 
fair-skUu^ people ne^ to be 
mOTC wary. 

You must to some extent learn 
for yoursptf hovr pJwA sun you 
can take without burning. A 
time-falMe JAat will suit h^y (jf 
us is 'as ^ows: 

Fi^ day, exp<^ 4dn to sun 
for li to^ m^u^. 13iis meajR^ 
IS or IIQ jH^dW ll|^ cn'Jp^ 
and Mk. S|Mial ^^ iw^l^e 
expM^ by ^-^^ to a litflb 
less iiiQ jyi d^^wir. W0 
day, ^p^^M^F txp^ps ,W 
one-tpd, to«fi^ 3d to <|0 wm- 
utes. Arid W on. 

By the ^mu^ day, a new pif 
ment will bi^ to dari^M yp^ 
skin. Ih a i^^ ^ ^^M smi 
eiwugn skip diiqkening s^ pig- 
mentation to ove cot^iderabte 
prota;t^ 9p&f(. buhui^ su^^ 
shine. 

Most ol^ twitan lotiara om- 
tain cMHiicals call^ sun»!;fe^. 
Tlieb^ ^^ a%r^ IP 
stay m the sua Im^r wiih less 
risr of burning. They Am^ l|itt 
out ap rays, dr y^u wm|]d |^# 
tan at afi. rte sipten piBs, «Jed 
under medical direction and pb^ 
taitted l^ pitsOT^ticm, can help 





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CANK tl*PUNE, NT. — 
MaruMJMFKinl Glenn M- Mor- 
gan, jui of m- ^ Mn C< M. 
Mofnm 0(6 1.1 20th St.. Virginia 
ItoaiW'i u i n..<bc C aribbean with 
the Second alBl <^ ^« Sixth 
Marine Re^PiW*"' "" -xtpud- 
ed train ihg 

The air-ground team i{i the 
Caribbean is made up of units pf 
the Second Marine Division and 
the $ec6nd Marine Air Wing. 

He wiii take part in tactic*d 
training problems on die island 
of Vieques, Puerto Rico. Diir- 
throughout the Caribbean. 



UoolMim floor* 

;yivi4uQ|l)| peak 



easy burners" ^i^pp a less 

M, b^t l^e:^re wa ' 




^e wi^ cm <Aaii do the fwl- 
^^^ ^ <M)te ft ab^ »9^ 
fa^^ ud ws^t do «» wort. On 
\v^u, tte "wW te needed m 
wtf M away toMMto. K the 
«, ifty ^Wi'^lten tt 

npe, iaere w Tittle opppffimify 
for either wind or insect pollina- 

on. If the weather is ooild, theise 
IS Uttie iasecf activity and pol- 
Jination depends on wind alone. 

'' the weaiher is -both cold and 

aiiff th^^'' ^"^ iitl3fi d^ance for 

iollinatio 
In some puni ^lecwa. «»»« 

' ftowens. 
plants. 

_^ plants 

'0 t^attt tl^ two 
fetsonsble du- 
^'. the cloa*r 




FEED Wi^TE 

F^d adds up to *ottt W per- 
cent of the tfrtal cort of produc- 
ing egp. Wasting 10 percent of 
the feed led a toying flock c«i 
cMt the f^^fner ^ much as ^60 
per year p^ l,fl6o l»ns. 

To cut down m i&ft^ ,l(^e$. 
keep r^ and w8d bir& oirt <rf 
the *»d ^ use prt^riy filled 
and adjusted feeders. Prevent the 
contaminatom of feed by molds, 
litter, or otlwr «toi^^ material. 

A r^ wB eat ^ i^wJs of 
feed per ^ar and contaminate or 
^oil at teast 3 tin^s this amwmt. 
If f€«d is with 4 cents per 
pound, this n»an« it "«^ co^ 11 
for 'each rat that gets into tl« 
feed. 

A che<;k on wild bird feed a»i- 
suriiption shows that 50 startup 
will coowwe « pounds, and 90 
sparrows 2 pounds of feed per 
day. M 4 oeifts' per pound, the 
feeding of SO stariings will (?prt 
im per year, and feedii^ SO 
spoTovta win cost JS9 pfr ^ar, 
not oountipl aw losses m^ 
might occur because of paiuitei 
or di^^ tawitt in fay wiU 
birds. ' 

An «a^u^ma,^i * mt$& ^d 
CODipuVulll^ ^ S^W " 



se P-- 

if, «^ you've read th|j, -^ 
stiS 1^ <Hit and ^ ^inHwrped, 
trekt'it as ym v^^d any* (^^ 
bum. Use soc%^ lotkn to e^ 
die ^b. It the l^m is unvsually 
deep and'paiia^l, see a <S6cS#. 

Rif:H^Mt0 E. eibui,/^, #. 

— I^^azd C. GilUlairi, Jr., 17, 
son tf ifr. a»Ki Mrs. lUchard B. 
Gilliland (rf 313 little "Neik V^ 
Lyhnhaven, rpcei^y ^^^p^ed 
ni^ ^nesks l^c brainii^ at the 
mm^ Tr^uni^ P^^ Gif^ 

4l» intenave tiieamt training 
yt^Smxi Ji^kul^ ha^ F^^^ 
ticm md Whsy, mi^m^ #d 
etkju^, mBitary ktw« onh^^ 
and ^W^eiy, smbmjl. 
b^ iUAxM^d tout^, seipr 
dull, oifflaJy drift "1*1 phy^a 
fitn^ swhnming, survival and 
first aM. 

Durii^ tlK training period re- 
cruits receive t^s and interviews 
which'^tennin^ theh- future as- 
in the Na'iO^. lftH?n 
^_Jlati^j^ %^l«^e**aBigr»d to 
service schools f <jr technical in- 
irtSBon qr tp ^f ,^ *»^ «U» 
^«M 4pr on 



B's time f jr put-door parties 
Sl^ln— Chicken Barbecues a^e a 
j^rM^ite for famihes of €o»|r or 
largp gatherings of twentyjfive. 
And ^ same barbecue chldcen 
Ri^ Is delicimis ift^i^her ftiade 
M'tti^ size or in quantity. 

The s^cy baitecue sauce is 
what mrires the Western Sfyle 
Chicken 'Barbecue a favorite with 
Dad and the kids and with all 
tlw .^^Ubors. llie chiton is 
baked m Uie oven and served hot 
«r cold with the sauce. Crisp 
ojMw an^ hot ^plb a>mplete 
thelllp^ IJHT a bft»yard barbe- 
cue. 

Cq^^ # a o^d Is really 
not litt a friptomog expen- 
ence,*^ J|st*>'litt!^'plajming 
and a<^^e prei^ation ii can 
be m ea^ as cocridng lor four. 
Oven^phg iWckeh has beconae 
a i»p(to flpetlH>d f«r cooking 
' m and is espedaly good for 
i^ l^t^ anplnts. 'Oiis way 
the ch^&en takes vsy Mle 
watcmitnd is iun^ ^y once. 

Tdi^l^rp^ chi<^ is u^- 
ally tmxA cUt i^, packed in f 
tray a^ overwi^jpi^ ior eisy 
examiMfion md priilectipn in the 
mai^t. The tranjpaent wnp is 
r^g^^piard m^ surfa<» 
dryi^j^iii^ chickJ^n in the home 
refr^M^ttt. 

Wi^iiM^ STYLE (^fCKEN 

1^^: 4 servings 
1 chbdcen, <3tt i^ tfor bVii^ 
y4*cup <% stick) butter 
onifWB 
i^gar 
W<nciMeishi^ 




bom chide wUl waste $^ .to $24 
pf €e«i in ^ f irat « weeks of 
Ihe g»Mriflgl«W)d when hoppera 
a» lip^Nv^ritoi^ full, birt «dy 
U to 10 if ^pOTS are ffled ju^ 
jalfful. 

feed waste is g!%ate^ <^out 4 
ircMrt) «t»en n^ is ^ |nd 
lif^ dxtnk fl^ pans. T^ loss 
ipced .\o 1.3 ^ AS w^mU 
/ifeed,connn^|idth ^ all 
i;attoD iV|»B th^ drink 
Mjgf^ c^tw^ in ^al- 
trftugtts. 

Fe«d ^«ttte ,can toe o^ Iv «1- 





_ ^^ ___ (^ toe .. ._ 

ImM level with fte bMa' 

■ • fill^^^ % AiB. 

!^d & 

l^ds. 

awi 

iu»4e- 



black p^rotr 
cffiili p(^% . 

.% (fup m^ 

Vi qip i*^ped green peRier, if 
d^ped 

3iA chicken piec» aqd dry. 
bilttBT in '11 fcy 7 by l% 
indi bsjdng pap to a b(A oven 
(^°f.). mnove baking pan 
iroip <r^. As pieo^ '<rf chicken 
ai^ pl^ed ^ pan, tarp to a)at 
with butter, arrai^ skin si<fc 
down in a «ngle 'h-^ex. Bai^ in a 
3wt oven W*^) 30 minutes. 
Cotifeinf opj(^ and remaining 
ingeetffpts aaSi wuner W to ^ 
nuiiito. Tgrn chicken. Pwir bar- 
* sucf *bw 4Md^. Bake 
25 to ^ niiniri^. Serve 
jhotjor oold J¥ith ^ti^. 

WESTERN STYLE CHICKEN 
BARBECUE 

YieU: 26 servings 
6 chictens, cut up for frying 
1% m^j^M^ Jwltar 

% oip \dni^ 

% (^ #oa»ftn-^ih« iwice 

Vz teMpoonWi pwper 

2 teai^Kms ^^k {Kpper 
4 teaqioQM fb|li pcrw^er 
Wi cui» ittW9 

4% ctipsjir^ca' 

3 cups clKqp|>^ gre^ pej^, if 
^i^hped 

Wash diktoi pfeces and dry. 
IMt % of a s^k in each <rf fmir 
13 ^ 9^ bM uwh Inkiite pshs 
in a h^ own <4(W#.). Jtemow 
baking wns frocn oven. As 
puc^ of ^iclnn are 0wed in 
•jtois, turn ^'(»a* ^rt» l»it^, 
aolange skto spe <^nw in a ,^ 
i^ la^r. iake »i <i^ hot <^en 
m^i 30 ^ttrtis. t^iQlbiM pn- 
ions and npntfiiung in^edte^ 
knd amnw |0 to M niiwtos. 
Ittrn ch^n; Pour Iwb^tt 
mym ov^ ihi«tai. ^te a^^tf 
tf to ^ lin^^ S^« h$A or 
cold wtth s^. 

te plan^g and preparing 
RMoy of ^ Baibecue favorites 
te MlvuM^-^qu can have a much 
^i» ral^^ time—and surely 
^m% K^ to eoii^y the party, 

^s^Allvoxt^ lor U}» dilute- 



cue— Brown &ipr fieans. 

Y(Mi htfdly ne^ a recipe for 
maid^ ttipwn ^ss TSmm. Like 
your gtsndmother, you'll cgkA up 
a goQdsh»d hatch ctf Idaho's l«n- 
01^ di^ Great 'Northfflii <large 
white) b^uis to tlM ahnost-teiMler 
^ge. Tlxin it's one l^er of beans 
^yA m ii¥:h deep in a shidlow 
^^^^n <ff casserole, a liberal 
^rinUing Of brown si^ar— ^ 
dark varied lor ^^>er flavor, a 
pinch or tlwee of dry mtistard; a 
good dash of salt and of coar%- 
grcHind Idack pepper, quartered 
ba«)n 8li<^ laid hit and miss over 
(he top, tlM bean liquid added. 
T}^ whole to bake in a 350 (fe- 
gree f. <mo^rate) oven ^>out an 
bwr. For extra goodness, just 
before serving s^rint^ tlie bacon 
with brown aigar and toart gent- 
ly Ulster the broiler until the su- 
gar is bi^ly and the bacon 
U^M^ tirovned. M-m^n, good! 

'nils is a t^iA that goes weU 
with my toeat, <^)eci2d:^ th(»e 
from ^he barbecue grill. With a 
nuue geh^^ws use of bacon atop, 
it can serve as a hearty and eco- 
noridcal main course di^ in it- 
self. Perfect partn^s are coleslaw 
or sliced tomatoes, com ^<^ or 
hot brown bread dices, vMi fresh 
fiuit (S chilled cup custards and 
^H>ki^ for c^eri. ll^se beans 
are good warn»d over and may 
even be fri»en for firtore use. 
But tl»n, you had better not 
count on leftovers! 

If you haven't tried the "large 
white" Maho-grown Great Nmrtii- 
kn var^ of beans, you have a 
tauite-toeat in store. FuH of fine 
flavor, these ^eans may be used 
in every i«dpe cdhng for their 
"anaall white" cwisms. Veraatile 
too, they turn iirto mai^ teovting 
a^hes-dlp^ soups, sal^ ca^e- 
roles, (aroqwet^. 

S^e A f^ lor d^rt! 




W« craale ftoen tntdl^iiiraiA 
foom! In h^t», o^^ sfiof*. 
ih^ InUvldaa^ Dedsned Siae- 
imm Tkxm koabe mma, atat' 
ooBtrast diitlo^W lM# 9» 
(^n floct- tf^ttnent dm vuttetk. 
C5ekn» io«lfe— "OttncteT te a 
wnd— #at live kmt^i^ mvlee, 
■t moteme tbm-cMt May "Me 
live yoQ ma eittBiMe? 

J.C Law & &M1 








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AND ^ECIALIZING IN 

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Berty Tarts 

2 m^ sifted enrich^ self-risii% 

flOlff 

% cup shortmu^ 

3 to 5 tabtepootas coW water 
Cream Filling 

<M or n^ sl^rtening into 
fkmr until mixture is crumbly. 
^nWe with wi^r, mbung light- 
ly until dou^ begii» to stick 
togethCT. Turn out on Urge sku^i 
of Ugfttly-ftmred heavy duty 
aluminum loll. Pre^ dough to- 
gether. Ron out to 1/8-inch thiek- 
itess. Cut six S-inch circles, cut- 
ting dou^ ai^ foil together. 
Prifck pastiy drcles genfly with 
fork: to avoW ptercing foil. lift 
circles am! ^pe <toui^ and foil 
W^tef, flifflhg e^e to form 
tart dieUs. Fl»% on Joking sheet. 

m^M hot mmJmJX w to 

12 ndnu^. Cod. 'Bano^ foU 
and«fill tart ^leils with Cream 



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Crwm FilUnj 

3-Mnce.packap a^m>ch^ss 

2 iMtfa^mns milk 

2 l^^iwons su^ 

^ li^i^^n vanilh extrai^ 

1 wp i^bqiping oi^n, whipped 

1 ^p sltc^ str^n^ento 

^ci^m cream <^Me. Add milk, 
Stt#ff and va^ta extract, beating 
M^ WWM^ arid well fended. 
W&p cream and fi»W in cream 
1^^ mi^ure. Add strawber- 
i^^^^ into ccK^d ta^ shells. 
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Miss Mary M. Studds, daughto 
of ^. ami Mrs. CoUn A. mam 
of Lynnhaven. attained an \xmef 
rating on the. Dean's List i^e sec- 
ond semester of her fr^Anan 
year at^^lfe^Jun^ Orih 




f You'd fiBd At dfflA U 
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I savings qcojunt thcrt J>W 
i o gcKKl rf ♦«•■"/ I^V*^ff*w 

ayailqbifty for your^i)- 

•ornadl pilars. 

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Oi^^ of 
Commaiid At 
lattfe Cr«A 

Lira^CmEEK . „ptain 
Chirta D. Webb reliefved Capt, 
Sam «. Clark as Conunander Tac- 

^ai Mf Conto-ol nrrtim Tu-rt iif>re 

staff rf the Ccmma^am E^A 
Naval District in ffcw OfWai* 

€^. Webib was on the staff of 
C<3inRyBMter Field Command, De- 
fense Atomic Support Agency, 
befora assuming command off 
TaCUwiI Air Control Group Two. 

He wears two DiaUnguialhed 
Flying Crosses, five Air Medals, 
the (Ai^e Heart, two Presiden- 
tial Uott Citations, and several 
cimqiu^ and service medals. 

A luUve of Lds Angeles, Calif., 
he is mairied to the former Miss 
Ludne Sidimltz of Norfolk. They 
r^de M «» Smith St, AiUi^on, 
Va., frtCh their four mm. 




tect her intereit in thii mAt: 

JOHN V^StoBb, Clerk. 

BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Alexander P. Smith, pq. 
Kresge Building 
N<wlo% Virgnia 



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N-WA^ Th«r«^, Jwly 4, 1963 



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The Beggars' Opera 



edtoioB ef tx^lbh ptA^I^ )aithra/k.isd Ma. fmA Mdlon » 

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, Bon jomi vaa7 s oaifnr* wifw«, ■ ifotvi sbi^b ^, _, — — — 

fa 17:». iftMfAMnuMow fimdmm wiOmstA^ wA m Sir 
Rcjieit Walpdb, wei« mer^mlf ridfctik<& KMdU| j» ttik center 
is t]% bnutjful ■ciieH Lavuda Fentcm, who ebqp^ wim the Duke or 
Bdlton, seated afrthe sEtreme right. _. 

This ptindnoii em d ^teteen psnidngi •&! ^wfaup fy Hb^um 
ia die Mdko V^bcScm, whidi wiB centftuw va^ &ma^ t8* 



CwmnonwMMi ef Virfinia, In the 
Circuit Cmirt t^ th« Ci^ ^ Vi'r- 
Oinia BMdi, on 1M ^Ifc (i^r of 
June, 1963. 

QMtt.TON GRMSS, Haintitf . 

OOBA LfiB <^nffiS. Detai^tant 
OmmL OP PUM.ICATICM« 

T^ ob^t of tiia suit Jft to 
otrtinn a divorce A Vinculo BbM* 
nwnii from the said defendant 
upon a» ground oif ttwee-yeara 
conUnuws se^ar^oa. 

And an aWidavit having be«i 
node and fited that the defendant 
is a noU'reitont of the StMe of 
Virginia Vbk ^ khoiwn post of- 
f^ acMra^ being Florida and 
tlttt due dUi^nce has been used 
to asostaia in what County or 
Corpoi^lcm tt» defeiklant is with- 
out effort. 

N<^ risident of the State of 
Viifin^ it ia or^jed that she d& 
app^tf" here within ten < 10) days 
a^r due publication hereol, ai^ 
dw what nwy be i^ce^ary to pro* 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A copy — ^Te^: 
JCam V. FHSITRESS, aerk. 
BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
BRYIDGBS & BR0YLB5, p.q. 
19^ La^in Road 
n:^essiond B^i^ 
Virginia B^wh, Virgtaia 

6-274ro 



CemmMNPMMh of VI^Ma, bi 
th« CkfVt OfNft^ Mw Ctf^ 
Court of the ^ M 'IMN^ 
BMch, on tho %f1k ^^ Am% 
1963. 

WALTER MARCRU, AB^ff, 
agaioat 

ESTHER M. MMIOitr, 

MileR OP pu»k|q«TWtt 

The inject d this si^ Is t6 
oM^n a cUv(ffce A Umm St 
t^ro to be Mer wMm^^ a 
divorce a vmoy^ wAAnonit 
from the said defei^Mrt «^» 
Qa grouQ<te of <kalrtfo^ 

Ami an atfidavU; having been 
ma<te and filed ttiat the <Wffld- 
ant is a non-resident of tiN Sttate 
of Virginia, a» last known ad- 
dr^ bemg: 418 SxaMfrt Street 
JohMtown, PeniKyJv^ila. • 

Not resident of the State ol 
Vii^lnUi, it is order»l thi« Ae «to 
appear here withhi im <1^ A^ 
alwr due publication her^, attd 
do what may be necessary to iwo- 
tect her intwest in tWs iutt. 
A copy Telle: 
JOHN V. FB^TBBSS, Oert. 
BY: Maiy M. Wiite, D.C. 
Bry<^ k Bn^Sea, p.q. 
1%9 Laskm Road 
Professiomd BuiUUng 
Virginia Beach, Vh^i^ 




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428-2401 FOR IMMKMATE ACTION 

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Real Estate 

afui 

INSURANCE 



for AcHen . . . Ratiiltt 
CALL GA 8.9161 




all types 
insuIancs 



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3113 PACIFIC AVWWte VMSMMA BIAGH 

NUila 

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428.527J 42M-mS GA8-^ 



Commwi woa ith ef Virglniir In tiM 
Ctork'B Office ef the Circuit 
Court of «ie Citf df Vli^itrta 
BoMh^ on the 2Sth day of June, 
1963. 

Gijm BENJAMIN "WHIMiER, 

Plaintiff. 

a^nM: 
GLORIA RrTA VARONE SCOTT 

WHEELER, Defendant. 

ORDER OP PUBLICATION 

The rt>ject ctf this suit la to 
oWain a divorce from tl» bond 
of n»briraony from ttM ®mi de- 
fendant, up<m the grounds of sep- 
aration without intermption or 
Artatoitation for a period of nrne 
than tfaee years. 

And an affidavit having b^ 
made and filed that the defendart 
is a non-rodent of the State of 
Virginia, the last taiown port of 
Moe addre« being: 18 Havre 
^net, E^ist Atfton, iMasadM- 
setts. 

Not rodent <rf U» State <rf 
Viitfnia, it is ordered ttiat she do 
^pip^ir here within ten (10) days 
after due publi<ation hereof, and 
do what nay be ne(^sary to pro- 



CmimonweeMi ef Virginia, In 
the Clerk's Off lea ^ the CircuH 
Cowt of the City ef Vir^nia 
Beach, on the ITWi iley ef Jun^ 

1?63. ^ 

LPGH POWMjL f<OnB!BS, 

Plalirtitt. 

iq^st 
AJ*r STAlRKHrOSSES, 

JDefsidairt. 

1%e dgect of t^ m^ is to 
obtain a div<M^ a nwnsa fA thoro 
tor he later tuerseA into a divorce 
a Vl»»lo Mateimmili from tte 
said deffemlant, i^iofl ^ ground 
of draertion. 

And an affidavit havii^ been 
made and filed that tlK defeiwi- 
ant is a non-reswient of the State 
of Virgnia, the last known po^ 
oMce address being: 248 Doi^e 
Place, Fort Arthur, Texas. 

Not resided of ttie State of 
Vir^a, it is oitierwi that she do 
^pd^ t^ wl&intwi (10) days 
after *ue jwhlfcatlon hereof, and 
do viliat vmy fte necessary to pro- 
tect her into** in this ffliit. 
A copy— Ti^: 
Mm V. FESNTTRBSS, Clerk. 
BY: Mai7 M. White, D.C. 
Amato, Babalas, Breit, Cohen, p.q. 
Butter & Ijriedman 
Helene BuiMing 
Norfolk, Vii^ginia 




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• BiACH or PK:NIC 
Boxod to 90 

428-2323 



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spoclalizing tn 

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SPMIE fm 

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Vlf^nia: In tha Cleric's Office of 
the Circuit CcNirt of the CHy of 
ViPBinIa BtMh on the 21st day 
rf Juna, 1963. 

IN CHANCERY 
TOE SCHOCHL BOAM) OF 'Hffi 
C^TY OF VIRGINJA BEACH, 
VBWJBHA 

Ckn^plumnt 

V. . 

Tt» heiis, s^gfis, aucceaaus In 
title ami devise« of 
WILLIAM C. BORRQUQIS, 

deceased 

and 
AMY F. THOMSON, MARY t. 
PC^TOR, MAETHA A. BKOWNB, 

viBiGiNiA c. Gimt^mm, 

the deceiesed dau^Mers and ibe 
only heii*at-law of the add WB- 
Ham C. :^rroa03sr the ccmaozt^ 
^gns, succe^ots in titte and 
Umi creditora of any of the said 
heirs ac devisee, and aH other 
partis who may have an irtei«t 
in tl» subject nwtter of this m% 
who are made parties defendant 
by the ^neral d^cription. of 
'^AiRTIBS UMO^OWN" 

Itefendants 

ORDER OP PUBLICATION 
Tl» object of thfe suit is for 
tl» complainaM to reform deed, 
to <le^ff« re^riotion invalid and 
to construe repiirchsse option in 
de^, on the following described 
property located in Kea^JsviHe 
Borough of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Vh-ginla (fonwrly Kwajs- 
ville Magisterial Dirtrict of Piin- 
6^ Anne County, Virginia), «»- 
^y«d to School Commu^uMrs 
of tlw County of PriiKess Anne 
l^ de©i of William C. Borroughs 
(now d^eaaed) cMed Usy, IMS, 
duty of f^iod in the OmVs Of- 
flk» of the Ciiwiit Court of the 
City of Virgima Beach, Virginia, 
in D^ £^ 4S, 4 p^ ^1, 
to-wit: 

AH that certain unm^oved 
lo*, plea or pawri of Imd, situ- 
ate, l^ng and being in Km^- 
ville ftnwi^ erf the Cky of Vir- 
Bexh, \Tr®nia (foitMiiy 
, imp^ile Ifti^Miial DMrkt of 
Prine^ Anne Cwinty, Virginia); 
saU pwnl ^i^^iBimm mA d^ 



a i^t n^ Atf IMtonl BtS^ 
B^ tat, *tod Novwnber 34, 
jl^ ^y dbn^A in the Clerlta 
Ottk>e of the Circuit C«ut id the 
City of Vir^^ Beach, Virginia, 
in mtp Book 40, at ^^ 8, and 
with i«fereBC« to said ph*, more 
;^!tleidarly ^e^p'ttjed as f<dlom: 
BOGINNiNO at a ^pe in tlK 
weatan Um of Rt. 647, which 
^1* to in *to dividing line be- 
twete property of Prin^^ Anne 
CkMu^ School Board aid tte 
property her#v conve^d, and 
which pant of banning m .ri» 
wirt^rty 605.17 feet from the 
lilt««ertian of 1^ Be and Rt 647, 
as rfwwn on aid plat; thence 
from said poiot m beginning 
Noitt W 17' West a disten<« of 
147J fe^ to « p^; ^mm North 
23° 16' East a <Mstan<^ of 147.6 
feet to an okl pin in the western 
line of said^. 647; theitte Soi^ 
23* 16' West atong the western 
line of said Itt. 647 a diateuwe of 
147.6 fe^ to a p^, the poirt w 
]^Ke «E b^pnning, existing 
tl««&an the ei^ra twelw (12) 
Mt of sud paiori of land con- 
veyed for highway purpMes by 
md School Board to State of 
Viilpnia, by its deed dated March 
19, 19ffiJ, duly of record in Uie 
i^z«iatf aerk's Office in Deed 
Book 722, at page 516. 

An Af&lavit having been made 
that the defenteit, William C. 
Bonwighs died intestirte sutee- 
quent to DecenAer 12, 1854 and 
prior to MMtA 23, 1857, survived 
Irt the tune of his death by four 
daugl^rs; nanwly, the said Aii^ 
F. Thonoson, Mary E. Foster, 
Martha A. Browne and Virginia 
C. Oarriswi, hfe oidy heire^t-law, 
and -who are now de(»a9ed, and 
further this deponent says that 
th«^ are or may be parties in- 
terested in the subject matter oi- 
this suit wlK»e names are un- 
known, and who may be mxffe 
fuUy de«cr«sed as the coieorts, 
assiffis, succ^wrs in title and 
lien orators of sM heira or de- 
^^e^ and all oltoer parties who 
may have an interest tn the sub- 
ject matter of this suit whose 
namBs are unlmown, and wl»> are 
made parties defendant by the 
general description of "PARTIES 

mnmoym'.' 

It is OraJBSffiD that the said 
defoidants do appear within ten 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof and do what is necessary 
to pn*ect tiwir iDt«?e^. 

It is further OBPiafflED ttot 
this iwtice be pub3ish«l in ttie 
Virginia Beach Sun-News, a news- 
pi^r having a general circida- 
tion in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Vlr^a, once "a wIeK fbr fdor (4) 
aicceesive weeks.^ 
T«l#t 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
BY: M«y M. White, J>JC. 
lUjbert Lee Simps^, p.q. 
Beach The^e &iMi^ , 
Virginia B«k*, Vir^a 

6-274TH 



lYPDW — DNwtt irt home any- 
time. Reasonabte. 4^-5262. 



W<mld lite to ka^ duWren for 
ivorkii^ mo^ts. (^ 341- 
^6. 



UVtStCCK-PtTS 



fi Deg»— Cafa-^Ottwr feta 



dfflSAPEAKE BAY REmBBV- 
ERS — Pups. Thwoughbred 
beauttes; 1^8 B<dling Ave. MA 
2-2^6. 



MOLC^ANDm 



n MwaiheM Oeeds 



Furniture of all kinds upbo l ite fed 
and r^Biriro^. Free ewntiaw^ 
i^isuiahle fot^. Aj^^gmcM^ 
seat co^rs, ixips, and headlio- 
era an cuitexn ^de i^ fitted. 
mUbv Ui^ototering Co., 1000 
-VOr^iia B^di md. BM»e 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
md used furniture. 



R»fr/«. *AL ECTATE 



114 HouMs Per Rent 



3 Bedrown, 2 toth l»n»: Central 
ur<(Uiditioi^tg and fuUy fum- 
i^ed— 2 Hocks from ocem. 
For m«rth of July or any part 
tr^eof . Call 'MA 7-3069 during 
ibs day or GA 8-1200 after 5 
pjn. 



"ISvR" 



80 B0ats ami SuM^** 



IK>USEffiOAT— By Day or Week, 
Complete galley, sleeps 5. Bob 
Riunley, 428-5444. 



81 Boats For Rant 



HOl^BOAT— By Day or Week, 
Complete galtey, sleep; 5. Bob 
Rumbley, ^8-5444. 



MERCHANDISE 



HMfl) LAWN MOWER — Good 
condiUoD. 'Frank DiPaul, caM 
341-3854. 



TOP SOIL — For ale. Located 
rear of MiU^s- Discmiirt ^ore 
Kxoss from Prim%^ Anne 
Plaza. W. T. Hutchtas. CaH 4^- 
1657. 



tT»X^A'«:rt 



)ARD 



101 Rooms Wittiout Beard 



IIS Hmisaa— Purnished 



W7 19TH STREET — Cottage, 
four rooms fumi^ed. Year 
round. Couple or will accept 
om child. Apply before noon. 



115-A Ra«>rt Property Per Rent 



106 84TH STIffiET — 150 fM* 
from beach. Year rcHtod occa- 
pmc^. Hoi inrter heat. Avail- 
able Sept. 1. $125 a m(mth. MA 
5-S879. 



ftEAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



90 Articles For Sale 



CLOTHIS LINE POSTS— 122.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four lines 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Suppty, Inc. 



SHFBaAM>— *foot, Jacol» mod- 
el. H. A. Holt, Jr., GA 8^133. 



USED iFSHING TACKLE-nFresh 
and salt water. Call 428-3761 
between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. 



406 MBDDtE LAWE, OCEANA— 
Large bedroom, private en- 
trance and bath. For July, 
August, $20 per wefh§^ Phone 
GA8«6772. ** 



125 Lots For Sale 



SHSmWOOD HOTEL — 2105 At- 
lantic Ave. |12 a week. 



218 64th STRfi&r— 2 girls, 
vate t»th. Private home. 



Prt- 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



Oil Circulating Heater, $10; 1 
Metal Cabinet, $5; Antique 
Humpboard, $25; Electric Air 
Purifier, $20; Hot Air Furnace 
with Ducts, $150. C^ GA 
8-S866. 



Ill Aiwrtments Furnlriied 

FOLLY RANCH, 1400-lTth St., 
clean, modem rooma^ e£Bd- 
endes. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ment, Reasonal^ weeUy, 
monuily, or annual rates. 



CAPE STORY BY THE SEA— In- 
vestors and buildere — see these 
two adjacent building sit^ vA 
f 1«X) each on landside of Ken- 
dall St. 50x125 each. Scott 
Brooks, Whitehurst Realty. Cafl 
4^-6886 or «28«799 nights. 



99 HouMhold Ooodi 



Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
206-19th Street, ^fidency 
apartments. All utillti^ fur- 
nJ«hed. Also, 4-room apfft- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



$19.06 DOWN 
Do you know that for $19i)0 
down and $13.00 per month 
you can own a beautiful cot- 
tar site in a fa^ growing wa- 
ter front community. Private 
beach, equi^iped playgrwmd, 
T>ath hcwses, seraWe restric- 
tions, bojrt launching ran^. 
Excellent fiddling and hunting, 
water skiing, close to churches, 
iftiOK»ing areas, 70 minute 
<jh*v* from Norfolk. Crowded 
highways and beaches need not 
be a problem. Act now, limited 
number of home sites left. For 
information phone 583-2691, 
ask for Ray Jackscm. 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



ANTIQUES — Sold or 'traded. 
Shop now open 10 a.m. until 
5 p.m. Jean Nelam Miller, 513 
3l8t a;., Virginia Beadh. Phooe 
428-1250. 



APPLIANCaS-^BjurgaiM in good 
used refrigerators, freezers, 
ranges, washing machines, diy- 
ers. Tarns to «ut. Hirtz Bazaar 
at 0(»ana. Open 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088. 



CAMPET — DouMe fa<»d green 
tweed, 9x18 and 9x6 ft. About 
one year old. Reversible. 
$150.00. GA8^53. 



FURNITURE— Mattress and 
irprin^, boc*^ desks, chairs, 
tables, chests. All very reason- 
able. Hiite Bazaai; at Oceana. 

' Open9 to9. GA8-7068. 



10 Special Noftc^ji 



LEARN rOLiC-STYLE BANJO 
(^al^ied tutor with profeaetoud 
background will t^Kdi y<m to 
play the traditional 5 ^ring 
banjo. M<)Htttain. Fdk and 
Bluegrass styl^ taught, .^so 
Folk GuitM-. 42S-9168. 



RBWBAVING COURSE — Won- 
derftil career in completely un- 
crowded field, eitter fuH or 
part time, lA home or in shop. 
Home study ccHirse. CaUJU 
8^162 or IK) 4-1147 for com- 
plete details. ' 



Large selection iwonditioned tel- 
evision sets. Low as $39.95. 
Tetevision rental — weekly or 
nK>nthty rates. 341-2446. 
John Senter's TV 
3014 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



RUCjS— tel2 linoleum for eveiy 
r(K>m in the house. $4.95 ca^di 
and cany (no dealere). WaWi 
Furniture, 17th & Baltic. 



CLASIf ftD DISPUY 



1 and 2 bedroom lurm|h|^ iftart- 
ments one block frbm ocean. 
Also Rooms by month or seas- 
on. Reasonable. GA 8-9663 or 
MA 2-1286. 



Furnished ?nd unfumis^hed one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 

, ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, 
Fumisb^ a n.d unfurnished. 
Bfonthly and yearly rentals. 
Copper Realty, WS iMi St^^ 
Office 428-1330, n^ts 428- 
6833. 



103 44TH STREET— Excejrtional 
one bedroom apartment. <^all 
GA 84290. 



SmaH effidenqr apartment, 
fenc^-in yard. $35 a «iv)ntfa. 
Prefer single man. GA&4224. 



Attractive efficiency apartment 
near ocean. Centndly located. 
Heat and water furnished. 
Y«uly lease. Dial owner GA 
84757.1 



CLASSIWto DISPUY 



AUCTIONS 



MAurv Rinani 



rtion Co. 



IhSTRUCTIONS 



11 tran^rtation 



ATLANTIC -PACIFK; PRIVE- 
AWAYS, INC. -- W«» Will de- 
liver your car to or from »iy 
city. Bonded drivers. Call 625- 
06M. 



BUSINESS ^VICB 



30 A|Hrilan«M'v1eM 



VACUUM CLEANi»S— Hoover, 
Sales and service, PromjK ef 
ftieirt repairs. Pick up ami 
ddivery. Phone 6A84222. 
Fuel Feed & BuiWng Sup- 
phem. Inc. 

EMinxn^waMT 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
Of Musk 

Bristow HardlM,^ Dtawelor 

31 3 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



WWUAM KILLGI^Vi 
Instrucrion In 

PImio, Organ, Accordion 
JU74M66 - 428-7727 



128 Real Est^ Wanted 



Needed listinfi tar clients for 3 
and 4 b^iroom homes. Dickon 
Rc^ty.GA 8-6501 nights QA 
8-6874. 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 
MERCHANDISE 



Ask Your Eye Physician About 

TRAYLOR'S 

Virginia BomIi's only 

GUILD OPTICIAN 

1369 Laskin Road, Va. Beach 

B«OUb4 H. McNaBMca, Mp. 

cA rtiMaat 

BUSINESS SERVICED 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

Have Roeftd And Gutttred Vkgwm 
Bmb For The Paa 10 Ytan 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

(k»mmerciel 

Household 
Refrigeration 



RNANCIAL 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANYTlA<tf 



m Heln Wimtwir^emi^ 



w>n^ & live m. Li^ house 
keeping a»i <Md oro for 
westing n^hea Small sdary. 
Refeuv^^ C^k 4^^^^. be- 
tw^i^ \^ aA. mf % pjn. 



TUTORIhK} 

Grades 5-9 

Grammar — Phw^to 

R^dii^ — SpelHng 

aa«« 9-11 A.M. 

July 8 to August 16 

Monday thcmi^ Frkfey 

Sessions to be Md A 
FRIENDS S^OM. 

Laskin* Road 
ft 0^8-8667 . OAS-8870 



PROA^PT HOMEFWANCINC 

HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

TOO aOUMI aTllBET - NOHrOUC 

•(W* VIM4INIA MA6H SLVD. 
AT THOMAS C9RN(II 



REAL BTATE 



lAY ISLAND 

Tictewate's Fii^t All 
Watarfront Cmnmunity 

UnS FOR SALE 

l^rSLAND 

Rl^L ESTATE CXX 

Nights CA 8-9192 



Dcakn for W 



W. C. JOHNSON 

322 - ITtti Snct 



PhMM GA S-4«71 




ADAMS BROS. 

i^h^ Baach riM me 

Mumbirig ard Heating 

Ri^mr servi'^ and suppli^ 

ivarm air duct heating 

Chrysler Air Cc»iditloning 
M»«sr tsmm as Piiwrip 

WE SBKVIQB ^VAT Wft ^U 

416-17* d. " OAM731 
V^^M Buch 



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JOIN th» FUN rr. ENJOY RED CARPET SERViCf . . . 
GREAT FOOD SAVINGS .. .and SDell CASH, too! 



MORE $100 CASH WINNERS 



CASH 

of Colonial 

SHAM in THOUSANDS 
n4 nbUARS in CASH! 



Hw«'s nil you dos 

Ivtry 1mm you "visit Coloniar In this area 
you wHI wceive a "Spell CASH" cord. Each 
mrd hm a mystory Ink spot that Is re« 
W»v«d by placing card un<iter running top 
m^ter and rubbing spot gently. When the 
a|X>t is removed^ It reveals one of riie letters 
K" or "A" or-''S" or "H" or the familiar 
Gold tond Sandy Saver %mbol; When 
you col^ four «irds that spell the word 
*O^S<* bring them to your favorite Colo- 
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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN -NEWS 



PUiUSHED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 




VOL XXXVt. No. 53 



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TILEW)N6 OA 8-2401 



VfRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1963 



6 P^es 



STNGLE COPY: 5c. BY AAAIL $6.00 PER YiMt 



DROWNING MARS 
MLIOAY WEEK-END 





0/ De0 CtmA Borough, ms re- 
covered Sjriau^ay about 2^ p.in. 
aftw^^jl^jipoUed about 50 

Irowned ct 
Rutee Iidet 
it^ Thuriday. 
and a friend, 
Peggy Calvert, nwre ^jtti ow^t 
ia an underto# at tiie mwft of 
Um inlet. Tb^ fcreu^ M»:ted 
Aoms O. Thi^nr of tettflft v^ 
swam to thedr aid bat ^m ^ble 
pnily to save Pe^. 

Many Rmcim UaHM 
An all-out nicue open^on 
was in force ft«B the time Uie 
chUd was ImA mrtil tier body wut 
recovered Saturday. AsMUng Vlr- 
giiUa ^»di policemeo, ftrMnen 
and KKue ^uad vokR#en In 
the tesKh . -wkk Sw« fttod 
units, men from Pam ti&A. with 
DUICWs and WTAR Radio's Go- 

fl^^iy proved to be an 
eveirt^Med im tm flre«»n, Me- 
guarb and fxdtoe ii tttt iMiA aiMl 
crowds increued. 

yiei^ui^ along ^ l3«wdi, es- 
pecially at tihe mMi «^ i^Are 
the o<%an's tednwfa mmmi 
worse, wei« credited wMi saving 
about 75 liv^ duiii^ ttie ,^y, 
Tlw danger apparetf^ hit ^ 
ptak d»|it 1 p.m. a^ ^ tile- 
^«4 iMd «t l«th Sto>^ was 
^MSftMaed to four guards wten 



A Wi^rlng Fourth of July drew tbwisands 

eri 10 Virginia 1^^ tbto pftil^wMk-end but it 

dy Thursday wl»n an extren^y rwigh Atlantic 

Ule of a 10-year-old CHies^pealw gkl. 

^jm EvaM, (toojtoer of Mr. a«i Hbrs.M. W. Ivans 



Mrs. Mwr E. SUrvin, 45, «f 
Ciiwlnmrtl, O., wm takeji to 
Vfrpnb iMdi HaaiiMtl ThM» 
1^ aflameen af^ btlAg 
.struck ^ the Imm of the skiiN 
by • MirAeirrf IM get a«Niy 
fram ita rider. She was trerted , 
•nd rettes e d . 

A fire broke out in Seatadc 
timtt l:W a.m. tait was quidc^ 
brought under ctrntral aJid at 
10:% p.m. a wooito fire, i^^par- 
ently »t by children playing with 
matches, wa» reported in Lynn- 
ha^^n <^lony. Tlw odl was m- 
nvered iby the Ocean Park Fta« 
Oem^nent. 

Thb Ocean Park and CIm»- 
peake Beach fire Departments 
answered a call to BayvlUe Fams 
Thuitdi^ at 10:25 a.m. Ch^ 
peake Beach Fire Chief f^ed 
Quist, who is also aMstant fire 
inspector for the City of Vii^nia 
Beach, reported that a Auai dr< 
cuit (»«M^ a geiwnttor to catch 
fire M ^^n^ the building 
^Mt^g ^ ile laM tiiere 'ms 
aiKwt inao in daiBi^es. 
ALmICMM 
Tlw 4wo Itee units, phis tiie 
Stete, Vbr^nla <BeiM;h ai^ UMe 
Creek Police combined flieir ef- 
ftvts for iri£)«it an hwr and a hidf 
Ifte Thu»day nigbt 8ean:Mi$ for 
a 2-yew-oUI ^M r^MHted l(»t at 
Little Creek Apartmei^ tlw 
IMb's houi]iig.^««K. 



New Church To 
Be Dedieateil 



HttLTOP— nm Colonial Bap- 
tut Churt*, 9S» Firet Colwual 
Ank), wUl d^oite its new build- 
ing &uiday at 3 p.m. 

The congpe^tipn held its firat 
wrvlces in the new building on 
June M, moving ftwn ten^wrary 
location at Llnkhom (Park School. 

Organisd in January, 1960 as 
a missiw of 'London Brid^ Bap^' 
tist Church, its name was offi- 
ctelly change In 1962 to First 
Colonlia^pttlt Church in keep- 
ing with Its new location on the 
site of tiie first colonial churoh 
east of 4he Lynnhaven JRiver, dat- 
i^ back to the l«90's. The first 
chureh on tN historic site was 
the Sastem Shore Chapel, mm at 
it3 fourth location, on Laskin 
RcKid. 

Dediodliui wrvkes win mclude 
sp&M muAc by Uie choir, awl 
»1« by Milk ttutea R<»^ Mrs. 
MHdred Bownum, and Mrs. Terica 
Stanantto. Ilw climax of the 
mr^ wfll be greetix^ Irooi the 
Norfolk B^riist ^sociation by 
Dr. John A. Bttnm, tte Ea^^mk- 
Siiore Chi^ Vy ia» Rev. John C. 
River*, ad ^t Pi^iay^nm 
Chureh by ibt 8tev. Kimflw} 
Flitton of magi Grant h^- 
tertan ClHirch. 

Or. C. ^pi^w Awdiall, pas- 
Une of BalB^ <B^k Cburch, 
Charlottesirfll^. will <Mlt^ the 
messi^e ^^^Mum. 

71» new IwIMtai^ fbun<^ by 
bonds, is ccttnpc^ of a coloiual 
sanctuary, i^^, offl^ mA Stm- 
di^ S^ool iHm^mas, O^iped 
^ 'WUiw) mcimz of mOjtm 



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Missile 5cAoo/ Gets Blood Avmrd 



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Mrs. Lois N. Nelson, Red Cress Blood Prc^ram Chairman, jwesents a certificate off ap- 
preciati(m to the m«i of the Navy's Guided Missile School at Dam N«:k, under the command of 
Capt. W. E. Beiibow. The response of the missile school to a plea for blood last May, resulted 
in the Vii^inia B^di Red Cross chapter's most successful Bkxxlmobile visit to date. Left to 
rig^: C^t. Benbow, Mrs, Nckcm and Seaman Gamer. Next Bloodmobile visit will be July 19 at 
fte Alan B- Shepard Civic Center, noon to 6 p.m. 




GALLAGHER iUia 
BY JBKE WAHAB 

VIRGINIA BEACTC — Jud^ 
Rd)ert S. #ahab Jr. ha* ai^int- 
ed J. Fraid[ Gailagha-, an attor- 
ney, as assistant commissioner <rf 
xxxxam for Virginia Beach Or- 
cuit Cwttt. 

Wahab appointed Galbfjier 
Ml M<mda)r to succeed the late^ 
A. R. Walton to tfie post Bmest 
S. Mertill, another attorney, is 
commiuioner erf ^counts m the 
court. 

The ocnnmissioners* duties are 
to oversee the handling of ac- 
counts by fiduciaries, such as 
gwrdians of infants and adminis- 
trators, admitt^ to qualify in the 
cmlrt. 



mother left her with rao^O' 
t^m «^ iriie wmt for a M^ 
itoer. WMB the mother returned 
the tot was gone. 

fhe police and Ibe unite 
SMttlAatf tto vrooded areas wtth 
spotlights and care patroled ths 
ifre^ with public addi^ sys- 
tans Mtog for infonnation abcmt 
Qie little i/A. 

^ wi^ located abnit 11 p.m. 
with her ftther in another apart- 
ment buildlt^. Quist said the fa- 
ther hMl ai^u!«Qtly Qcam home, 
found the chiM and had taken 
her with him wMluHit the mo^ 
&C» kE^irted^. 

Anoth«> diiki was tost at 27th 
Street O wmfeaii itt^ Wm- 
noon twi IMS lo@M»d ^ poU<% 
aboHt 20 inhMites after tlwy re- 
oeiv^' tihe can. SIm ap^irentiy 
had strayed off down the beach. 



Bells Clanged For Bluest 4th 




Virginia Beach Jayc% Sunny Bra^ was omt ol the bell- 
rii^n lliwiktey U 2 p.m. in the Jtyem^cmsfx^ *1M 
Fre^om RttV" fto^ru^ thM l^d^M^ <m» d tl» b^ggM 
Fourtti of July w&k'muk Vk|^ Be«A has ^er fewL Nh^ 
and nu)tots wwe ^^koA as tiwri^ came to e^c^ tibe bei^ 
aiKt p^ect wealfa^ 



stra^M # JUnrttfle 9l Kmm- 

Aev. ^1^ f . Stidlings is {m»- 
tor. 



C of C Predicts 
Tourist Boon 



&>me e]q>erts at the Vii^ima 
Beach OuuiAer of Comnwree «t- 
pe(A the pc^ttlation of the rmsi 
amtL to d<Kib9e during the next 
month. Ilus tourist a^son k 9x- 
p«:ted to be ^im» md better 
than, eves-, but it wifl hnng fvob- 
lens to mme Beach raddei^ 
who recei^ Social Security bei»- 
fits. 

Many beiwficiiaies take advan^ 
tage of the increa^d job (^Jpor- 
hinities to pick up summer work, 
or to open tourist hora^ or board- 
ing hou«s. The Social Security 
District Office in Norfolk r«mnds 
these peoj* to notify tl» Social 
l^urify Administration if they 
expect to earn more than $1200 
during the summer season. Fail- 
ure to do so may mean the lass of 
SociM Security checks during the 
ym^, when income is usually 
lower. Any questions you have 
wai be ^dly answered by calling 
or Writing &e Social Security of- 
fice. 



ANOTHER ASSAULT 
LANDING JULY 25 

Lmi.E Ol^K — Over 900 
Naval Reserve Officer Trainii^ 
Corps odd^i^men arrived at Lit- 
tle Creek over tl» -w^Anend to 
start 19 d^s trf un^diAious traii^ 
ing and indoctrination. 

The IVHIOTC slu<taits are in 
Qmr juniw y&x and re{ne«nt 
W colleges and univendtto in toe 
eastern and midw^tam V^btA 
States. 

lley im be honored A a 
grand baU WedMsday night to 
be ludd by Vice AdcnM Vonido 
Rivero rt RodBW^ iUL 

llw d^ will ^kninate tl^ 
triuu]^ July 25 wlmi th^ will 
parti^M^ in an artoal mofUt- 
i(M« MMott la^ij^ at. DMity 
Cm9 PmOMui. 



ART SHOW AHRACTS 
RECORD 308 ENTRIES 

VTOGl^U mAm—U the niUQb»- of artists entered in ^e 8th 
Anmial BmrAwj)^ Art Show mn my -xEidicati^, this y^r's ^ow, 
whicdi {q>«is Thu»day, will Ui suriass idl expectations in sates, 
Iw?tlc|iilion mA crowds. 

lii. 'CMN&iMwtU, ^rirt^ #atonan for tik spoi^)ring Vii^nia 




ta^Stt from sB 
own* Ihlf €m0ty and several 
otiier a«^»a are m^red— this is 
mem fiian 100 artists than the 
1962 show had. 

Hie gro^ represents the very 
highest pnoeA professional artlMs 
as well as the "&mday painters," 
jgnateurs who ha^ occupations 
ran^ng from truck driv^ra to 
champion ke^ters. 

Xhtir ^v^Kf* are expeeN^ 
toi number between %4J0tO ftp* 
aiMe pie^ of art in mh, wa- 
tercotori, graphics, p^elc, eer- 
amla wid acu^ture. 
A kt^ nunAer of the entries 
are friMn Tidewater, but Itere are 
1^ 30 Vi^inia c^^ repi^ented 
as wen as the stat^ of Maryland, 
Ftoida, I^nnsylvania, New Yoik, 
North Carolina, West Virginia, 
Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, 
Ohio, New Jersey and Delaware. 
Other nations represented are 
Canada, France and the West In- 
dies. 
' New & Familiar ArHtts 

All 'Imt one of the previous 
Best in Show winners wifl be 
back this year, Mrs. Atwill said, 
and many of the artists that have 
loi^ been favorites of the sham 
patrons are returning. But a vai^ 
number of the entries are imw to 
the show and have never been 
iSeen in t^s area. 

During the Mrly years of the 
show it was held north and smith 
from 25th Street but this location 
was changed last year becau% of 
stoiTO danwge in that vicinity. 

The W9& show extended from 
»th to 15th Streets. This year's 
^^low win be l^d in the same 
location but, due to the heavy 
entries, is expected to extend sev- 
eral blo(*s beyond that point. 

The tno¥m to tfie teuA end 
<rf the beach proved to lie hif^ 
hr su cceiafu f, mainly beowta 
mora oariAig space wm pval^ 
rirfo. But no daciiton hM yet 
been iwMla about next ^ar's 
l oc a H on. 

Well over 100,000 persons 
viewed tte 1^ show, wlQi the 
lar^e^ number coming on Satur- 
^y and Ikuaday. If the i^atl^r 
contnnes as it has this past week, 
this tmakm miM eastty sirpass 

The V^mia Beadi Chnnbe- 
of C(nm^<ee, as weU as the Art 
Asatdatioo, T^^mi a great m- 
amm in reqp^ts for dates of tiie 
iUww ao ^A vi^t<u^ <^D time 
flier vsolieo chirii^ the sImw. 

liCh artiat tes been a^n^ a 
5x7 foot spot alo^ Ite board- 



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walk. The ^ work wifl be dia- 
pl^ed on the fence on the ocean 
skie and na large A-shaped easels 
on the Uai side. , 

At the end of the 1962 s^ow, 
slightly over 120,000 in sales were 
reported during the five days. 
With o\^r 100 more artists exhib- 
iting this year, this figure c(^d 
forseeaUy go sky-high. 

The show opems Thursday and 
wiU run throu^ Monday. 

State Featorett 
In Art Exhibit 

NORFOLK~A Ford Times 
art exhibit portraying historic 
and scenic attractions ^ the Vir- 
ginias and the Carolinas will be 
shown at the Norfolk Arts Fes- 
tival July 7-28. 

The display, assembled from 
the collection of American art 
compiled by the editors of Ford 
Times magazine, is co-sponsored 
by the Norfolk Community Rela- 
tions Committee oi FokI M<Kor 
Company and the Ford and 
Lincoln-Mercury dealer^ (rf Nor- 
folk. 

William J. Fenner, diairman 
of the (»mmittee and industrial 
relations manager of Ford's 
Norfolk Assembly Plant, said 
the paintings were commissioned 
by Ford Times to ^ow through 
its pages some of the holiday 
centers to be found in the four 
slates. The. pocket-siK travel 
magaziiK is publish^ monthly 
by the company and read by an 
estimated 5,000.000 persons. 

The 30 paintings in the exhibit 
—all by regional artists — are 
typical erf the more than 8,000 in 
the Ford Times collection that 
represent the work of nearly 800 
contemporary artists. 

YET OFFICER TO YISIT 
HERE THURSDAY 

vision of War Veterans' Claims, 
a free service operated 1^ the 

Maurice J. Hunger of the Di- 
^te of Virginia wiU interview 
wterans and Uieir au-vbors in 
Vii^a Beach between noon and 
4.00 p.m. on TlMimlay, Juty 11, 
1963 at the Alan B. iSiepard Con- 
vention Center, IWi St. and Pa- 
cife Avenue. 

Hunger's new Norfolk area of- 
fice a irt !^te 218, Prof^»»uil 
Arts Buikhng, 142 W^ York 
^^reet, telefMxnK 022-0071. 



New Phone 
Is JMable 

VIRGINIA BEACH— A new 

and different phone is now avail- 
able from the Chesapeake and 
Potomac TeleiAone Company of 
Virginia. It's a "built-in pan^ 
^lone" ^^cording to L. F. 
Pau-ick, local maoag^ 

ai partner to bailt-ln appliam^s 
in the kitchcai. It is streamllaed, 
»nart]y styled and advanced in 
desagn. 

Tjie "panel phwie" features 
disappearing cord, ^justable 
bell, dirome switch hook and 
comes in two color sch^nes — 
anodized aluminum wall panel, 
with light gray frame, white 
handset; or Modized copp^ wall 
panel, with l^t beige frame that 
has a matchoi i'c^e handspt. 

In addition to flie regular fea- 
tures, siwh t^phone items can 
be adcfed to the "|»nel phone" 
as Home Interphone service, a 
tw)-line prckup, six-button flex- 
ibility ais weM as Speakerf^one 
operation. 

The iHinel telephone can be 
easily installed in wallk or cabin- 
ets. C&P suggests, however, that 
a home be Telephone Planned in 
order to simplify this installation 
for the home owner. Prior to 
building a new home while the 
Dlans are still on the drawing 
board, provision oan be made 
for the "panel phone" and other 
desired locations. 

C&P manager Patrick said 
anyone considering Iniilding a 
new home and who is interested 
in teleohone planning their home 
should contact the kx^al business 
office for details. 



WALKER COMPLETES 
MERIT COURSE 

RICHMOND — The State De 
parlanent of Welfare and In^itu- 
tions has announced that Melvin 
Jerome Walker, P, 0. tBox 874, 
Virginia Beach, has successfully 
completed the Virginia Merit Sys- 
tem Examination for Social Work 
ers and has accepted employment 
with the Norfolk City Social Serv- 
ice Bureau. He began work on 
June 17, 1963. 

Walker received his Bachelor 
of Arts Degree from Virginia 
State College, Norfolk, Virginia, 
in May 1063. Wlrile there his 
major area of study was soaol- 
ogy. Walker graduated from Un- 
ion Kem^ville High School in 
1^9. 



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Riders Ask Cit^ 



Council For 
Surfing Areas 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Five representatives from tl» Virpnia 
Beach Surfing Qub appeared before City Qjuncil Monday after- 
nOCMi to ask for a specif k: surfing area at the south end of tftt beach. 

Tlwy recommended that two areas extending 500 ft, <s i*her 
side of tte pier be designated for this purpose. 

Two tfeas Parting at the en-i 



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INDEX 
SOCIETY 




SPORTS 
EOrrORIAL 




RJNEPALS . 




cLASSiPina 

ENTERTAINMENT 





trance to the pier and fanning 
out WO ft. on either side toward 
the end of the pier would be 
maintained for fishing. 

This would keep the »irfe» 
200 feet away from the main fish- 
ing area and would also cut <k)wn 
on the danger of diking a bather 
with the heavy airflioanls since 
swimming would be prohibited in 
the marked off area. 

i "Um only place on the beach 
where the surf is good on mild 
days K near the pier," Buteh 
Kltchin told council "And you 
dont find many people fisUmg 
near the entrance to the pier 
where it is shallow. 'Mort of them 
go out on the end." 

Tlie youth also told councU that 
bathers have become a great con- 
cern with airfers because "they 
are fascinated and wani to be 
right in the pa4h of a airf-nin." 

A 45-;«ar-<dd woman 

fs^r hear'tHf p»ir 
phui|ied into shore ater losiii^ 
its rider. &ie was treated at tiie 
ho^ital and released. 

&irfriding has, in the past two 
years, ibecome one of Vm top 
sports in Virgmia (Beach md has 
grown to the -point where the re- 
sort is known as one of the lead- 
i^ surfing ^K>ts on the fiiurt 
Coa^. 

Viisinia Be»:h Cmincihnan 
Edward T. Caton lU said he did 
mA xe any reascm why council 
couldn't prohibit swimming on 
the south side of the pier right 
away. Signs will be pMted to that 
effect this week. 

Council didn't take any action 
of the Surf Club's request bu« 
turned the msTtter oW to City 
Attorney George Vakos to "see 
what could be vrorked out." 

Jack Haden, mana^ (tf the 
local Virginia Electric and ?owct 
Co. office, cNitlined his com- 
pany's report on the chained 
guy-wire situation that caused a 
boy's death a few w«ks ago. The 






report had previously been jnib- 
licized. 

City Manner' W. RiMell 
Hatchett told council that he 1ms 
received $98,000 in federal funds 
reimbursing the city for expoisM 
caused by the March 7, 1962 
storm that ravaged the res<Ht*s 
ocean front. 



.Amphiij^ SMps 
Leaviig^^foilay 

UTTU: <Xaa<lK— Six Atlantic 
Fle^ Ampyblous 'Fq^ ships 
wm depart Norf(^ l^iesday fcff a 
threeinonth training period in 
the Cffl-ibbean. The exepdae, PHI- 
BULEK 3^, is being wmducted 
to maintain the efficiency of to- 
day's M^^hibious diking farc%. 

ih* Norfcdk^Kised ^pe unll 
1^ i^^Hoarehead Cl^. N. C, to 

mg lotve )x{ore proceed&g W 
the CariM>ean. 

Captain J. W. Reed, Comman- 
eter Amphibious Squadren fight, 
will direct the training firam his 
flag^iqi, the am|)ht»cvs assault 
ship Okinawa. Colonel J. E. Jofan- 
son will h^ the embarked Mb^ 
rine lanling force. 

,Other ^t^ paiticipatii^ i^ 
tiie attMk caif ship Ca^^n^omoM, 
amphibious traiu^rt dock 1^ 
eigh, do<^ landing ship S^p^ftf 
Grove, tank landh% M^ Yoric 
County, and tlw high ^eed trans- 
{K>rt Ruchamkin. Martoe grwnd 
forees participatii^ consist of tlw 
24th afarine iExpedlti<mary Unit 
and the 2nd Battalion <rein- 
forced), 2nd Marine Regime, 
2nd Marine Division. 

Detedunen^ fmn Tactic Air 
Control Squadron 22, Underwi^er 
Demolition Team 22, Assault 
Craft Unit Two, Beachmaster Un- 
it Two, and Amphibious Con^rue- 
tion Battalion Two will be ^n- 
barked in the ships. 

The squadron is sclKctakd to 
return to Norfolk m eariy Octo- 
ber. 



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Bowling Lanes Become Church 




The Rev. Cl^t(m £. Crigger, Vk;fflr-in<iiarge of iXm nmri^ 
fonn^ Prino^B Ame Plaa Episcopal Ifi^on, »ts v^ a porfeMla 
ato- for dnirch ser^ees in Riiuddi's Plaia Bonding iMum. t^ 
first msrnet will be heU this Sunday at 10 ajn. Tbi atar ^sMB0f 
TMe) cxmsi^ of a tmuA Xakdit, bomnml #au ttt tarf^ 
loui^e, a fluitcaae, a fiece of i^ywood and a bed ^^. 



toitfiijyi. 



toach SUN-NEV\^, Tu^ay, July 9; 1963 



^m^nf MarriptJ in jyelaware 




Penonal 

Col. and M^. James T. Hanlin, 
Jr^ of I^mville are virtue Col. 
ninlM cousin, Wti. Wipx^ 
C:W0tt% M her heme « ICt^dierj 
Droit. 




Mrs. Akrian O. fkhnnds of 
New York spent tte Fourth of 
July weetend with her motlwr, 
BJrs, Julian Osborne at her home 
en S^ii m. 



Mr. rod Sflrs. (Harold A. Stretdi, 
Jr., of Fort Lauderdale, fla. afe 
ending several days visittni Urs. 
Stmti^t' AMrtber, Mi^ Carl Bay- 
tey n^^ It te- lione m VM 



Miss RuA Alice JdinMm, dau^tter of Mr. ami Mrs, Jam^ 
A. i^mm It. ai Mickfletown, Dei., became Ac bridte <rf Ran- 
d^ ftm Ri^K^ Jr., Ju« 22 at Be^esdft Melodist 
OSmk m MWkltm. Ite Ixkfe uid ber paieins ai« fcmner ft^- 
<k»^ ^ Oi^«tor ^iilc, Virgiiiia Beadi. 






VIRGINIA TOACH — Ifiss 

&tfiu^, J^w 29, at 10:U> ajn. 
in Ite di^id (4 iGdtee ^piso(^ 
CtaA InUe flev. Matan 1MI- 
t(», oMiBt ws^m, pg l gn n e d 

^e torite is, ^ ds^ils' of 
Mn. JuMs %rm Grasi and Ute 

K )^ ^^ ftf IMr. 1^ nis. J^m 
Y. ^MMt of C^pa^pNtfcft 

'nw Mite iii«s tfven m mar> 
inip 1^ ber itmte Wiffisn S. 

^ b^l^ooin, ins Ruid of Iwn 
tK. nm_^ jUiate IftffOtfdc of Nor< 

Mto Y. Kffzifl^ 1^ bert man 
far Ml «M. Aton^ A. Kei^uiet, 
ttAtaMtaPmiM^^other, was 




Mtes- a veeKB^ firoaninn m 
n^xK bn, tte OMiite left for 
a aotff i^ to Vk^Smi %jkt, 
li^ ^M Sm m^^^ §12 May- 



Cdeman-A^kAfee 
Vows Spdcen In 
Rome ^1y 

WU^m, ftaly—l^ mais^ of 
Ite I^A^iita Ami Cktaoan of 
^^gmia Smfli, totL (J4.) 3M>ert 
Moart McAfae, U!^, took pl«x 
Sited^r, June W mA 4 pja. 

The taide m tiK ctau^to' of 
Ifoi. AMimi Wii^eld C<d«ittn of 
FMei^iK^, Va. %e bi^grocmi 
is tte no. of Ca|>t. ^se Stuart 
IfcAfee, USN, <ret.) and Mrs. 

Wit vudd (tf 
aM tte ln»fe's <^ «tr 
MiAwt. 

Wm w^te MK ior « «NH^ig 
^tol^ettemo. A^Si^A. 4, 



WlDOMCSITl 

-IMBIA. S. C. — Mr. and 
Mrs. W i 1 11 a ffl S. Meye Jr. an- 
nottooe the marriage of hv 
dattgcr, Mrs. Suniine Jifay 

B w wi , to Mtj. Robert Gejmour, 

UBAF. 

The OMMipny took flioe Juno 

ai i^pm. in the <A«ptl at 

('''oroe JBaae, 1m Vegu, 

M. tnri itaL Se^VMwr vOl 



Mil Mott Hosts 
VMet Society 




L^^w wfll ^MX 

M^iitey MM. 
•j^^ to afte^. 



WUNCESS iWflNE— Tl« re- 
cent merting rf t!» Prin^ 
Ai^ African Viol^ Society was 
kM «t tf» hoBR «tf Mrs. Entt, 
Mott. The Gardraer's 1^^ 
opened ^ om^h^ mi i^mtmts- 
busings foUow«i. 

A report was given on fte 
meeoi iastalatim of c&k&t oC 
the Pioo^ Society of Nd^Ucl 
ma^ mkm ^Otr imtOed^by 
Mn. Mott at a luwdMm Ivid at 
the F.O.P. Oub at Km^rme. 

A sandwich hiiu^h highli^ed 
the social hour. Eadi l^y took 
a smdwich of Tier owi clboice. 
Dessert and drinks were serv^ 
i^ the hcstess. 

I^tsgmn of te (by was m te 
form of a vic^ clinic. The ladies 
informally di^nissed atMl ex- 
changed Weas oa violet care and 
potti]^ demoostraticms were giv- 
en by Mrs. Mott, who ^wsrated 
<»ch la# wHh two (xwifflimeat- 
ary ptenls. 

Dollar coatributicms frooi the 
ladks wer^ ^s^ated to go tt> 
the Virginia fieach Ri^cue 
S^uad. 

Visitors enjoying fltt h<»- 
pitality (rf ibe socie^ were Mrs. 
L. W. Owrry, Mrs. L. E. Oierry 
of the Pioneer Society and Mrs. 
Curtis D^ and^E. A. Dawscm 
oi L^nnfaaven 

BSmAT 
mCS HOSPITAL 

8-17-63-^Mr. and Mrs. WaKer 
^anHnw, nss Indian Run Rd., 
Va. Beach; Ix^. 

^mm-^k. «^ «rs. *^ Sor- 
vy, Wm auanfl Or., Va. Beach; 
l»y. 

«.1M3— Mr. and ms. Joe J. 
Jo^B, MIJM^ a., Vi. teach; 
bflgr. 

#^^ — Wt. wM Sn. Glem 
WAMM,€4^0t, i^. 4i2 C. 

Bfflops. mi <RnHe Im., Va. 
BeoA; %^. 

^mm~4b. Old tlrs. towi^ 
I.. CT«sap, Rt. « toe ^. Va. 
WM; ffm. 

%mm — mt. mA ns. ai- 

^nm li^mUt, WOd Arctic 
Avk„ Va/*^dj; gW. 

^nm-mi^w^ Mrs. »«% J. 
^ Wm 9M&t teim,, V%. iiach; 
May. 

a^, «W «Pto ^ «t.^aiMk; 
b(^. 



Itof. Owwe G^n a^ her 
ttEMe ^witfrt¥Wf _ Betv, Uvy «^ 
Mn^ wtem «iday % 1^*^ 
a ^«««dc ^mtag Mrs. GOliMi's 
aateor, Mr». A. H. '^om at tan- 
home ta f^raitttm, N C. 



Ifr. a^ Mrs. T. W. Davis, Jr. 
Anne Coin^ CM^. 



Mr. and Mrs. m^mi\.. aralA, 
m, 9nA iMt week # The Cte- 
d^es &n at flot ^laii^. 



Mn. D. Gray Ao^ann «il kw 
30^ VM?ian «»d Gray, «i^ iwt 
lieai Uvli^ on finiton LMt, iim 
moved to their n^vfy eoHiMii 
tmne on 4eth St. and A^Me JMe. 



iNiUim fi!»» nd tar 
tne ^ttm, 4av« Mt to ip«d 

a monCh viiMng Mr. nwoe's 
nu^e*. Mn. Idwm Dmee ctf 13- 
flitra, N. Y. at her aimmer fiome 
m Lake George. Mr. BuMe will 
$^ his fami^ IMer. 



s. 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Rose 
md their three chiMjren of Ridi- 
mond sg&ni the holiday weeJcend 
visiting Mrs. Rose's parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. R. B. Taylor in link- 
hoam F^. 



•Mr. and Mrs. W. W. VaU spent 
several <teys tost w^k at 1%e Ca$- 
okI^ Inn at Hot Springs. 



mm, OF PTA'S 
mm MRS. LEVETT 



Mr. am! Mi^. WilliMi M. Camp 
of f^-anklin are ap«^UM{ aonw 
8t thdr csilage 4t ^^MA. 

.4ire. 



%. and Mn. IE. L. Rtad^ indj 
tlwlr daatfiter, irfJtlHiaftnd. a» 
^ei^ng t;w» /wvtks «t ttie f^^ 
cess Anne <^mkty diri^. 



Mh-. 4Mid Mn. IMmmI L. il«- 

drews df Roan^e spent ttie 
f oarttj of Jnty hoUd^ witti fifr. 
and Mrs. Jolm F. 'Winn, Jr., rt 
their home «i Raleigh IMve. 



m%. mm msn a«m^ md 

her ^M itf^m of Mw V«ft, 
a^ "MMIi >flte. ^^Httl^'i ftf- 
ente, m. Mi lbs. D, Cwni 
Uttie A ittM* tione on SM m. 



Mias ni^te Wai^usm, Mtoi. 
B^n- L. 3^Me mi lbs. M«^ 
Muny of V^|inia VoKft md 
Mrs. Eva B. White A l^^tm 
and Mn. Addle 'Wmt M Iteo^ 
bland, N. €. left last «4«k from 
Nw Yei^ tni a cnilie to ]^>- 
miida. "WMy will ^)«^ several 
days in l4ew Yoi* iK^lore iP^im-j 
ing to their hemes. 



Hf!^. Lawrenx 'nM^mfl kasi 
returned to ter liMoe ^ne ^kar; 
vteftii^ iM* MA and dn#i^^in- 
law, Lt. <^m^. «nd Mn. TL. P. 
Trewiwdl, Jr. in Nei^wt, R. J. 



Mrs. J. 6. Dooming wbA %m 
daughto-, JMn, ^awe memA inm 
ttieir previoas jiri^es A 806 4Mi 
Street to 3(e «tt Stoeit, 



NAVY COUPLES 
GET SEND-OFF 

iVIRGINIA BEACH — Mr. and 
Mrs. John 'F. Winn Jr. entertained 
Friday at a dinner jwity in their 
iMpe, 213 Rak^ Drive. 

The dinner ^ms given in iMmor 
fA C^rt. and Mrs. WHliam S. 
Shockey, Capt ami Mr%. Fnmk S. 
Brovimhig« Cqpt. imd tos. Adm S. 
Marrow ami Cmdr. and Mrs. R. S. 
Mc^iaitti. 

Capt. ami Mn. Shockey will 
leave ^HMtly for duty in Wash- 
ington, D. C. Capt. SBwckey will 
be relieved by Capt. Browning. 
Cmdr. McGrath will shorty be 
^WRGDflA REACH— Mrs. H. NJ»etir«d from the Navy and Capt. 
1^^ hm ^»m rfreJ^ted to .amt#n. Marriw are leaving Iot 



Eng^^^kMte 




<rf 



KJWNiyMia. »f . C.-^. and 
Mis. Gqy IL. Wui$v <<€ IQBmp>- 

ttwir ^n^tt-, Mb <teMlia Su- 
saniw Wi^ay «tf \li«ipnia #Mch, 
to RldMBd #ntt 

Mr. l^oapKHR to ^ 
Ifer. and Rn. RidhsM 
iftMi^Hi «f Ft^^ericWkM^^ 

Wm ffuAey is a v^taite of 
WAe fhmm. tm^ in H^vtcm 
^tan, N. C. and is a ooMNr <A 
fte "mm^ RMch H^ Miool 

Wiiflli i tiii tM^ge te I tei h HMfe nig, 
1^ «■! ilttW ^ *K»I^ of 
WmpMl lUr i|gh Sdiool 
fte Ml. . W 

lite fM^lIni firin %iie place 
^ ISP. 



KTve a seeond term m imwdoit 
of tfoe Virginia Beadi Council of 
PTAs. 

<Mter new offi^ra include Mrs. 
Jam^ Spargos, vice pie^dent; 
Mre. lieonard Morrell, secirtary; 
and H^ O. Co|^y, tr^isurer. 




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duty in N^les, Ita^. 



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a^, Va.;tw. 

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BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mn. Douglas Kin^y 
of Virginia Beach announce the 
birtb of their second chikl, s^ond 
daugMer, Glna Marie, on June 7 
in Leigh Memorial Ho^ital. Mn. 
Kindly is flie former Itofie 
White, daughter of Mr. and Mis. 
Elbert R. White of CheMp^ke. 
Mr. Kindley is tte son <rf 6i»it 
G. Kindley and the late Mn. 
Kimll^, also <tf Chesapeake. 

Mr. and Mn. William E. Saw- 
yer of Princess Anne, Virgima 
Beach, amumnoe 13% birth of 
tl«ir thnd chiW, thiid «m, Septo- 
an Ross, on Jui» 18 in Leigh Me- 
morial Hcwpltal. Mn. Sawyer is 
the former Phyllis Ros Hessel. 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUian E. Saw- 
yer of Prince Amw, Virginia 
Beach, annrnmce tlM birth off 
their third chlM, tiiird son, (^e- 
phan Ro^ on Jum lAth, at Leigh 
Memorial Hospital, Norfolk. Mn. 
&n?yer is tlw {onoMr Miss PlQ^Uis 
^iam Hessel. 



M3RIW10H, Conn. — Mr. and 
Mn. Charles IB. LaVarge an- 
nounce the et^^^nent of tiieh* 
daughto-, Mfts EUzabetii Ann La- 
Viuige, to "Em. Itaton Emmett 
Cramer, X^i, sm d Capt. ami 
Mn. Donald S. Cramer of Lynn- 
haven, Va. 

Miss LaVarge is enteric her 
atsika year at Boston Uiiversity 
Sdiool of Jtanj]^. She is a mon- 
ber of Ah^ Phi social fraternity. 

Ens. K^mutx is a June gnKlu- 
iMe ci if«BM<ffinsftte Ib^Miile of 
Tectando^, Cvnbrid^, Mass. 
He is a men*er of Tau B^ Phi 
and Bta Kapi» Nu, honorary en- 
gifl^armg fraternities, and ,Phi 
Delta Tiwta, socal Inrtemity. He 
a servi^ in Ite U. S. Navy at 
PortemouUi, N. H. 

No date hiB been s^ i(S the 
we<Ming. 

iiyJD YOUNGSTERS 
HAVE wm PARTY 

MAflJBU— Mr. and Mn. Raljph 
Gnner recently entertained their 
soii, Steven, 4, and daughter, 
Patty, 9, on their bffthd^}^. 

Each child had Va&x own dec- 
orated bta'^id^ oike. Patty's 
guests included, Susan and Mi- 
chael Newton, Kemn Beki, Rita 
K. Ijockhart, and Terry Weller. 

Gk^sts of Stephen were B<M>y 
and Larry Planter, Tony Wdler, 
Terry Brew^, Msffk and Jeff 
Snyder and Te(Uly Lai^ all of 
MaUbu. 

Gvnes were pkyed and priz^ 
given to tl» winner. 



Mrs. Baker Is 
Fleet fleserve 
NUtf fl^sMeit 



TOCMWOOD-JMn. K. H. Bfcj 
ker, Gottam lUMtd, in nrdnraod 
ganteM was r^^ntly imta^ m 
pr^idatt of the i^et B^we 
AssoriatlM Am^ Mo. M, 4a« 
^Im AwdUuy A tte Trtinite 
<a^ in Vii^a 'Bw^. 

Insta^ with te* wus Mrs* ^- 

Cterles Iftton, ^ig-^%; 
Mrs. Wayne IFryman, T^OMauwR 
btftalling Officer <m& ^kt. 'SH^m 
Ttyma, pA v^Mult ami Oiv- 
ter HMMr o< ttw L^tes Am^ 
iaiy. 

Dave Caldwell was i»ta&i& as 
Prradent, for the Mran* Ortwp 
of the Fle^ Ruttve jMW)Ciatton 
Branch No. tU, 1^ RisAat 
Doughtrey, a wnmim id the 
Flert Associataon ftram^ No. 60, 
«ui put fwesM^ of the National 
.^oclaUm. 

With Ur. CaldwfU, Kay Baker 
was imtalled as Vice-Prwldent, 
and Victor -Hernandez as Sewe- 
tary-Treasurer. 

Honored and DiiAii^irfie<| 
^ests frmn Branch and Units No. 
80 and No. S were presort. 



If a perscm (MMitina^ to wwk 
after reaching retirement ^e, he 
will often be ^He to imrease the 
amount of his social security re- 
tirement payment. 




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Come into our all new rfjop ai^ 
have one erf our coiffure stylists 
oeate new smnraw glamour fm 
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cokjring. Remimbcr we re at OM 
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518 CavaliM' Mf 
Vii|^ B«mIw Va. 

is now accepting applicatfons for Its 

GRADES I through V-for boys and. girls 

GRADE VI - PRE-PARATORY - BOYS ONLY 

Curriculum is geared throughout to that 
required for entrance Into other leading 
private pr^aratory schools. 

Emphasis on phonics in all grades. 
Basic mathematics. Frendi, Art, Music 

Tennis'& Swlnrwnir^. 

Entering 40lh Year of continuous operatfon 



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B>^ SAM MASON, KA. 
Vartcew v«taw ate 4>tt« 



bnu Pottani No. ^«. Tfc* IMm§ h 
ta»r. H takm m> UHh ft^ie l» cut Ail 
Amu, (o lifH* tMoil H> nok* H, why net 
•njoy thm tumnMr In mm or moft mad» 
fc^'Mib poltarn. No. S2U esaiM ta (taM 
14%. I«»A, M»»A. »V„ 22%. UV,. 
Sin 16^h ft^t 3 ymS$ <rf Ji-inch tmb- 
rte or 2'/i xwdt O^ 44-ln«l>. 

mmmJhwork ^^Mfn No. 730. 0»m 
MM. Vm l»ft «r*r Horn to mnAnUmr 
hirdt, bmkafr, >M« doff, tie. PoMww 
No. 7X eontelM IS m^h A<rt or* mmf 
to A>. Sm^ fer h ladoy. 

Ow Naorftowwfc #Mlt centoinfns tew- 
pM» for »%hMH$ OM pontrn frmm 1$ SO 

S«Mf aSe fm wA tt«M iMMon, ISe 
^m^mt/h nnm $ mmik inWiiu irtW fc ^ 
wKfc ^fll^ Ap MM Mm wrifcl 4^ 
IQc for oort ptm^ii hr •Atf daw wrt- 
m^ to XUmr lANI IMMU, iw f4M, 

Now roit f« N.r. 



is adidli of sn 

pwMAty VctwMi WK ar 1MB. The 

una w«rt '^am*% mmmam "ai- 

^ ^ ■ t " II mmImim St fb^ 

h fact, iM HH^ ■• Ae Ttli Cwilmj 
AJI., fete «lf <Mt *M( v«te ta Ac 
■PPT tM|^ was aMemM to nMerc 
ttc artmw ef 




The cawe or OMM o( ttk 
aiti^ an not aaflaMir 

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FRED M. WILLIAMS, M. D. 
Eye Physician and Surga>n 

Announces 
the removalof his office from Norfolk Medical Tower 

To 
PROFESSIONAL BUILDINKS 

J 369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

By Appointment 



MISS BARCLAY'S SCHOOL 

WILL C«PEN;rHIS FALL AS IMJAL 

SEPTEMBER 3, Vm 

TOE REPORT THAT THE SHOOL HAS 
BEEN SOLD IS INOJRRECr 

Fiy,L TERM STARTS SEPTQiUR 3, 1963 




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Honi Runs Dicidi 
Uttlt L^pe Gamis 

VIROH«IIA MACH^The Amerfcan Littte \m^&^ an- 
otte^ hmiw-mn ^^^t Fryay when a (tout^hettte k^mI^ 
rackMl up four h«n«i--4wo by one hitter. 

Rotuian Bob Jciuwm to^ tiie spotUg^ ui tlte ^^od pmm 
wha he pitched Sv^ iininfs pi^ struck oM f<wr, ttKai went <m 
to bit a homer in tte 4tll, aa- 



<<tor one in the 5th wlft «« <m 
baw tad a dmibte ia tiMS 2imI. 

Cub Mike Vaft^ hk his first 
hbmer of the vemm in tiie game 
l^ween the C^Im ai^ Ae Sports 
-—an exciting grtol slam in the 
4th. 

Tiger Dc«g Oxni^on is be^ 
roming accwM^^ to bonmrs, 
hitti^ htt Aird ttii ^mm in 
the gune i^aiiuM flie Rotarians 
with 2 on te». 

Cubs 17, Simli 5 

The Cirijs down^ the Sports 
17 to 5 ai Ac first game with 
Cijbs B<^^ Buxtcm and Kenny 
Niel tplittuw txt pitching hon<^. 
Twnmy S<^^ Mike Stoiith and 
Tommy En^isb pitched few tilie 
Sports. 

The Cubs macte their runs on 
1 1 hits, iiKhuiis^ t^bl^ by BUI 
Renn and %p Etl^d^, and 
the Sports had tm> hits, including 
a double 1^ En^i^. 

Ttom 12, Rttltftes 11 

The Tigers won out over Ae 



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2208 Waterv^orks Road at RoWWns Comer 

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Membw ^^ral 1^^^ Inntrann CorporaHwi 

C^ Mcmday iin^^ Fridi^, 9 A.M. to 1 F.M^— I^vtoy atenuxm - 4 to 7 P,M. 



Roterians 1^ a msmm mu^ 
in the s^ond game by maki^ 
12 runs cm 8 hits while hdding 
die Rotarians to 11 rum ai^ <m 
7 hits. 

Winning pitchera were Iteve 
Smywjr, Pat Doyle rtd C«npte» 
and losers were Billy Almond and 
Bob Johiuon. Meatto Kamp- 
meuller and RoW>» Currie 
doubled for the Tigers and Qiris 
Fanney tripled f<M- the Rotarians. 

Post Office 
Has Opening 
For Custodian 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Post- 
master Joseph T. Crqsswhitc, Jr., 
announced today a new Custodial 
Laborer examination for U. S. 
Post (Mfice, Virginia Beach. 

Crosswhite stated this ex- 
amination has no residence re- 
quirement; however, certification 
to fill vK^ncies will be made 
first of Ae highest elmibles <mi 
the register who residfe within 
die delivery ?rea of Virginia 
Bfeach, Va., or are employed at 
such office at die time they 
qualify in this examination. Non- 
locals will be certified only in 
the 'absence of local eligibles. 

Salary range for this position 
—$3905 to $5390 per annum. 

To qualify an applicant must 
show three months experience in 
janitorial or custodial work, 
such as swMping, cleaning and 
caring for grounds. Performing 
heavier types of manual IffbcM-, 
and where required the operation 
of floor-sarubWng, waxing and 
polishinjg machines, etc. 

Applicants for this positicm 
may be secured from U.S. Post 
(Mfice, Virginia Be^h, Va., or 
Board of U.S. Civil- Service 
Examiners, U.S. Post Office, 
Norfolk, Va, 



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«.rU.S. 

SAVINGS 
ONDS 



lOVIINMIIN 



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NETTING 

CORKS - LEADS - ROPES 

J. P. SADLER INC. 
VA. BEACH 428-7057 




L<rft to ri^t: Tommy WhiUock, professicmal gcAfer of the 
Eagle Haven course; Bertha Emerson, women's divfakm cham- 
pion; Charlie Fretferick, men's diampion; and C^pt, H. P. Wat- 
kins, codmandii^ crfficer, U.S. Nayal Amphibkws Base) Littte 
Creek, V*. 

EAGLE HAVEN CROWNS 
'63 GOLF CHAMPIONS 



LITTLE CREEK — Charlie 
Frederick, a seaman att^hed to 
Harbor D^ense Unit 2, arui 
Bertha Emerson, wife of chief 
warrant officer T. H. Emerson, 
assistant Navy Exchai^e CWi- 
cer .captured the coveted Eagle 
Haven Spring Handicap Cham- 
pionship at Ae U.S. Naval Am- 
{rfHbious Base, Little Creek, Va. 

In a brief ceremony July 3, 
the winners ami runners up of 
the tournament were presented 
trophies by Capt. Nelson N. Wat- 
kms, commanding officerd <rf the 
Naval Amrriiibkms Base who is 
also an avid golfa*. 

Frederick edged out his ctosest 
competitor Bill Wollar in a 36- 
hole playoff, closiiig him out at 
the 27th hole. His best gross 
score was 77 on the 72 par 
course. 

In the women's divisicm, Mrs. 
Emerscm captured the winners 
trophy, edgii^ out Rita WoMar 
by just one tole in the last matdi. 

Winners of runner up trophies 



Hawks, Birds 
Hold Top Spot 

VIRGINIA BEACH— At the 
halfway mark in the National 
Little L^gue's Imseball season, 
the Hawks and Thunderbirds are 
tied for first place. 

A play-off game to break the 
tie is scheduled' Wednesday at 
8 p.m. at die Virginia Beach 
High School athletic .field. . 

In last Moalay's double-, 
heacter, the Hawks felled the 
Little Giants 12 to 2 and the' 
Thunderbirds took the Pipers, 
4 to 2. 

The Thimderbirds dawned the 
Little Giants 8 to 6 in a make-up 
game Wednesday night. 

The regularly scheduled 
Thursday niiht double-header 
saw the Hawfa defeat the Pipers 
12 to 1 in the first ^une and the 
Little Giants won out over the 
Thunderbirds 9 to 4 in the^'sec- 
ond game. 



Robie 



SURF 
BOARDS 

Water Sklls 
FISHING 



FUEL, FEED 




• Surf Floats 
TACKLE 




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were: Fritz ^anlli and Gert 
Vdgesohg who took se^jnd 
flight hon(»^; D. E. Arnold and 
Mildred Nichols were runner up 
for sax>nd fl^fit G. R. Ryan, 
winner 3rd flij^lU; R. L. Rees, 
runner u^ thud fl^t; J. R 
Powell, winner 4th fi^t and J. 
B. Muckelroy, runner up. 



Virglhia Meh BJH-Him, Tuesday, July 9, 1963 

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BOWMAN 



DONT TRIP ON MARINE SI AIRWAYS 

By HANK WIEAND BOWMAN 

Last summer, while cruising south, I was about diree miles 
from the Dismal Swamp Canal's southern end when a 40-foot 
cruiser passed me, making good at least 20 knots in a six mfA 
po^ed area. C^ considerably smaller boat was lif^ jon die 
moiintaiiKWS wake and slammed against the caiMl side. No real 
damai^ was d<Mie, Imt the comments I macte about the offending 
boat's rude skipper vi«ren't the 



s(Ht oC dui% &» enters in a log. 

When I arrived at die lock die 
large cruiser was laying to about 
200 feet frcwn the lock entrance. 
Her skipper was angrily shouting 
at the lockmaster. The lockmas- 
ter signaled us ahe«t aiKl we pro- 
ceeded on into the lock. I was 
surprise i«^en the lock f^tes 
closed after we had rigged lines 
around mooring poste and killed 
our engine. 

In tm few minutes it had taken 
to put out feiK^s and secure our 
boat, my two »ms had ferreted 
out an explanation <A what had 



PUNGO POUNDS BEACH 
SOFTBALL TEAM 39 TO 6 

Pungo SSSO tamed in a 39 to has won 8 games and none otf 
6 victory over the '^niginia Beadi than hav« been by lopsided 



Twii^ and Qioae who think foot- 
ball is back, are wroi^. It waff 
Softball "A-LA" *Mens Unlimited 
League. The men from down 
Pungo way took no mercy <hi 
two Va. IBeaeh pitchen as they 
^mped on L(ni '^ ' Belinsky" 
Palmer for 6 runs in the fir^ 
inning and from tl^re on it was 
^ Pungo. It iirauld be a3nu»t 
impossiSde to sing^ out individual 
performances ance the whole 
te»n \xxk. part in tiie ma^Ekcre. 
Frank Cra4 Clarke WbMeiHint, 
and Guy Rlg^ aU iplayed (Hit- 
standing ball and tlM ]«sutts *were 
evi^nced by ti)e final taUej^ Vir- 
ginia Beach has been having'trou- 
tde in their £roi»t office in tiurt 
the 10 managers on the squad 
have bemi at odds as to "^oa will 
be the official MOR. Pungo on 
the other-haiMl had not att^ided 
the Vir^mii,B^ach.,strat^y meet- 
ii^, ^ fnmfi all bidlcaiiom of 
the s<^n« tbQT presided. 

Cbesap«ike-_^adi finalfy got 
b«(& <m trade, and in dtung so 
noade Oraana tbeir yicUm by a 
10 to 1 count, and a&'a result 
dropped Oceana (wrt of their sm- 
ond place tie witfartiie Rathdcdler 
Loui^. The favorite son of Ch^- 
ap^e, Lfflrry Mo<»e, played his 
i^ual fine game at third b^ as 
did Pat Snith in tbe out^elB. 
Rathskeller JContWuM To yifln 

The Rathskeller Lounge 
avenged an earlier defeat at the 
hands of Col^n^ , Place when 
they came from behhid and broke 
a 5 to 6 deadlock and to win 6 to 
5. Back to back an^^ by George 
Dragar and Perris Bradidiaw set 
up tlM long saoifice fly by Jim 
Levinio that stored I^gar fr(»n 
3rd base with the winning run in 
flie bottom of tbe Wh innii^. The 
Rathskeller JLcmnge is now all 
alone in second place, but in 
order to rwnain they mu^ con- 
timie to win. PU^ed by a lack 
of hitting, the Ratl^keller l^s 
still managed to pull out g^nes 
with their defensive play. Cole- 
man Pla(» was a victim of 4 d<Ni- 
ble ph^s, and the results were 
disastrous to the fine team effort 
put forth 1^ the fired i^) band 
from Baj^de. The Rathdceller 



WE 
YOUR 



WANT 
BUSINESS 



COME IN AND WE'LL PROVE IT 

Our New Service Manager, Al Alligood Offers 
You a Special for ttils Week Only. 

OIL CIUUICSE; GAS WASH $2.95 

CAU HIM FOR APPOINTM&IT - 6A 8-1 208; 6A 8-5991 

MARSHALL RAMBLER, Inc. 

Vifiinia B«ach, Va., 852 Va. BmcIi Blvd. (Rt. 58 bus) Buck Duckworth, Omi. Mpr. 
WMie scifKc aanflmuoB n at w^imuhk m smmi nwiiwafawi 



scores and of tiie losses suffered, 
two were by itme tun in tlie laM 
innii^. Aki^^^^aHive play, spir- 
it, ami huatk have been the key 
to the success of the Loungemen. 

In otber action, Creeds came 
out of the fields long en(m^ to 
hand Walker Realty a 10 to 1 
shellacking. Led i^ (Mto Hal- 
atead, the Creedsmen ^unped off 
to an early lead thst they never 
reUmipushed. 

llie Courtiiouse "Met^' are stiB 
phiggii^ at a l^i^tiimi^ win, Iwt 
last ni^t was more of tbe same 
as tb^ cmiki not cope w^ tte 
gai^ from Km^ Island ai^d as 
a r^uJt Hi&A, down for tiie etev- 
eirth time IS to 3. 

With ^ more games r^iudn- 
ii^ on the schedule, tiie lea^e 
is taping up into a t^t race 
between Pungo ££80, Chraa- 
peake and Rathskeller Lour^e. 
EMh team is cupafcle fA winning 
tbe o-own and as Ibe se^^on 
draws ;iear the end the sl^vtest 
OTor by any oi tbe iiwk noHMrs 
oHild meui disaster. 

Fox* close scores, fast action, 
and heated play tiiH ":ir has 
been second to none in V? ^^eacfa 
SoltttaU and miKh of t'^r sv^cess 
mu^ go to Dick Branick of tlM 
Recreation Dept. 

Fans are urged to attend, and 
if th^ <to they will be promised 
a good ^une no matter who the 
teams are on the fieM. 



STANDINGS 








W L 


Pet. 


g*. 


Pungo B9S0 


9 3 


.750 




Ches. Beadi 


9 3 


.750 




Raths. Lout^ 


8 3 


.727 


Vz 


Oceana Dukes 


7 4 


.638 


1 


Knotts Island 


.6 6 


.600 


3 


Va. Beach 


6 6 


.500 


3 


WiOker Realty 


6 7 


.417 


4 


Creeds 


5 7 


.417 


4 


Coleman P1a<» 


3 9 


.250 


6 


Court House 


1 11 


0B3 


8 



SCHEDULi FOR THE WEEK 

July «h — 7:80 p.m., Chesa- 
peake Beach vs. Walker Reatty 
at Oceana; 8:45 pan., Virginia 
Be8<di vs. R^hskeUer at Oceana; 
7:30 p.m.. Creeds vs. 'Knotts Is- 
land at Creeds: 8'^ <>Jn-. 0<»ana 
vs. Courthouse at Creeds; 8:00 
p.m., Pui^o SffiO vs. Cotonan 
Place at ^^on Park. 

July 11th— 7:30 cm.. Walker 
R^dfy vs. Virginia Beach at Occ- 
am; 8:45 pm., C(deman Pla<% y%. 
Oc&ma at Oceana; 7:30 i>.m.. 
KiMy^ Uand vs. Pungo B^O at 
Creeds; .8:45 p.m., Rathskeller 
Ixxmge vs. Creeds at Creeds; 8:00 
Din., Courthouse vs. Oie^peake 
Beach at SheHon Park. 



occurred. 

I had seen them looking into 
a box-like arrani^ement that 
looked somewhat like a letter 
drop. Actuallv this is a pertsc(H)e 
throueh whidi tl% lockmaster 
can see boats aporoachinq un to 
four miles away! He had taken 
in the passing incident, had 
chareed the cruiser's helmsman 
with his flagrant lMre«:h of snc«d 
reeiilations and to teach him a 
lesson had refused him immol- 
ate entry into the lock. When 
last we could see the lock, the 
down stream gate was still open. 
The irate skij^r anmrentlv was 
eiven ^enty of time to learn 
that the Army Jrives lockmasters 
absolute authority and this in- 
cludes prececknce at locks and 
ttie authority to denart from 
standard operating practices as, 
in their judgment, the circum- 
stances warrant. 

When you apprcwch a lock, 
stav clear of the end of the guide 
walls and wait for tbe lockmas- 
ter to signal you to enter. 

Various methods are emploved 
to gain the lockmaster's atton- 
tion. At some locks a sienaling 
device such as a bell mav be 
provided. If so, it wiH be marked. 
At others, vessels desiring lock- 
age are expect^ to give notice 
to the lockmaster bv a blast (rf 
their boat's horn or wbi^le. Such 
signals are not consistent. 

Some locks limit lockaee 
hours for pleasure boats and 
some even limit lockase each wav 
throueh the same Iqck to once in 
24 hours. Write to Corns of 
Eneineers, U.S. Army, Wash- 
ineton, D.C., for data on lock 
reguIatiMis in the cruise area (^ 
your dioice. 

Carry aboard at least 50 feet 
of mooring line. Don't tie ^p to 
ladders, instead secure <me end 
of the line to your craft. p^& it 
over a lock moorine post, stand 
by and pay out or take in moor- 
ine line as die water level in the 
lock rises or falls. 

Use fenders to prevent dam- 
ace to your boat and ha\^ pas- 
sengers remain seated in small 
craft during lock^e. 



GirlsMeague 
Games Listed 

THALIA— Mr. K. R. Baker, 
Coach of the Thalia Hornets 
Teen Girls' Lea<nie of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Softball Association 
announced the following schedule 
for the month of July. 

Julv 3rd, 7-30 p.m. — Thalia 
Hornets vs. Chesapeake at Lux- 
ford. 

Julv 8th, 7:30 p.m.— Thalia 
Hornets vs. Kempsville at Vir- 
^ia Beadi High School. 

Julv 12th at 8:30 o.m. — 
Gre^Miwich vs. Thalia HcMmets at 
ShHtrm Park. 

Julv 16th — at 7:30 p.m. 
— ^THa)i!. Hom^ts vs Puritan 
'^oH at Luxford. 

.fulv 17th — 8:30 n.m. — Ara- 
<»oii'» Aneels vs. Thalia Homete 
at Shelton ^rk. 

Julv 19th — 7:30 p.m. — ^Thalia 
Hornets vs. Ramblers at Luxfoiti. 

Julv 22nd— 7:30 o.m— Bur- 
roughs vs. Thalia Hornets at 
Oceana Field No. 1. 

Julv :>4th — S'^O o.m. — 
'^alia Hwnets vs. Courtfiouse at 

Julv 26di-8:30 p.m.— CreeA 
vs. Thalia Hom^ at Sieltem 
Parte. 

Julv 29th— 8:30 p.m.— TWia 
Woodstock at Oceami No. 1. 



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IHf Soviet Oil Offensive 



Wwftlng* alJbut the dangers <rf the 
SovW" Unkwi's oil offensive — in which 
ftuwM (iMW Ms va«t pc>lrol#um lAipp^ as 
•n eoM^mic Md polttkal weapon — hav* 
been rrKreasIng In recent months. They 
have a tearing on every U.S. citizen, home, 
farm, arKl irarfvsfry. 

That refKjrt appears in Oil Facts, a pub- 
Ifcatton of the American Petroleum In- 
stity%i. The stixy is an wninous one. Russian 
oil pfodiKtion, It is tfue, is roughly only 
half that of the United States. But she is 
malang strwuous efforts to cl<»e itte gap, 
arK^ h«r pn^fMS has been significant, in 
1950 she produced only 760,000 barrels 
of «l a day— by 196?, she had increased 
this four-fold to 3.3 milUon barr^, ai^ 
the ^timated figure fw 1^5 is 5.3 million 
bari^s- 

About 22 fm" cent of this Soviet ©il i« 



exported to Free World countries. And It 
is ctene by what ve known at "politically 
riK^vatwd prices." F<x- instance, In 1960 
the «#era^ &3viet export price to Free 
World nations was $1.$6 a barrell. lut the 
^vlet satelllb natlona, who have iro choice 
ir^ sw:h matters, were charged $3.01 a 
t»rrel. The point is th^ tNire is no real 
comparison between #ie \w3rklr^$ of the 
Soviet economy and a free economy. The 
&>viet losses on one item are made up by 
«>nstantly adjusting and readjusting the 
cc»ts of goods and services to the Soviet 
people. Oil has become a pf incipal weapon 
in the o>ld war. 

So, as Oil Facts puts ihe case. In the light 
of this Soviet threat. Congressional leaders 
and petroleum economists have stressed' 
the r»eed for maintaining a slrpng and pro- 
d^ive U.S. oil Industry. This' Is as urgent 
a need as #ie nation faces. 



Bible Schfi^l Par^Ptfinntx 




TWs group of liwiy ^wngstere, and their adult supervisore, rec^ntiy took j»rt ifl Ae 
GalilTO %isco{»l Church's annual Va<»tkm Bible ScluxA activities. (Boice Ph<^o) 



Grass Roots Oplnfon 



FORI m 



tRf„,S,D.,,TlME^ r^ereare 
me, p^iiMKil 61 State , 



by erirolnfig a 'retaftvely small number' in 
tMf priding Yowlh dwservation Corps 
pwopram at ^a cosf estimated as high as 
#675 million a year for 150,M0 ewollees- 
The Council's analysis nc^es that the esti- 
mat«ijc»tt pw man pet year is three times 
tl»t <rf a year's enrollment in a state uni- 
versity and five times that of training in 
the nation's better vocational high schools.' 
^^o^ tl» 'teatier and \ms ec^fiy-wa^ erf 
makir^ V^uth more enf^byable' suggested 
by #« <^uncil are coff^tion of laws and 
r^ulatlons ihat prevent employmerjt of 
youth, expapsion of apprenticesNp p^o- 
gr^Tw by Ubw unions and indu^ and 
'mmt in^jortartfly' tax rate reform to stim- 
uli ^onomic grt^j^.' 



COO^OW, mSMK MONITOI^: /'Practice 
good outdoor manners wfi,^^g4^^sit 

receptacle and help keep America clean, 
safe and beatlHful." 



BEV6RIY, AAASS., TIMESr"As an Ameri- 
can citizen yew may not own a foot of your 
native ^^1, but thre« a^es of crop land 
and seven acres of grazing are required to 
keep you supplied with food. It is this fact 
which i^ causing governmwt and other 
agriculture experts *-Td)»pl*l current crt>p 
surpluses— to view wllfi (xmcefn the de- 
terioratlcw of ihe nation's o'op and grass 
lands through erosion, over-ax^ping and 
other cauws." 




PHCNIX CITY, ALA., CITfZEN: "From 
vi^Mit ooitjes out of Washington the^ days, 
#»e wa^wofd of economic growth seems 
to be 'chtt'^e or p^ish.' So vi^t happens 
w^w^ if^^sfry sugg^ts constructive 
change? At once the unlcms tf*row up road- 
blMks/' 



JUhOION CITY, ORE., TIAAES: "Sun- 
shinel Time to get at the garden, the flow- 
ers and shrubs and »H #w5e grubby tasksl 
But as the man says, before messing 
around with any of these new weedicides,'|- 
pesticides, ifisecticides, bwg-killers and 
such. Read the Labeir 



ALMA, MICH., RECORD: "Communism 
is rotten because It Ignores completely the 
rights of irKJividuals and destroys freedom 
and the dignity of man." 




LETTERS TO 
THE EDITOR 

E4|itat, Swi-Neivs: 
Dter M n. Phillips, 

I would like to take this ap- 
portunity to express my ai^«e- 
ciation for the woiMkrful j^, 
operaticMi the VM|ioia Bcitcb 
Junior Oiajti^bi^ «• Comtnchsc 
has received £rottt the Sun-Nfcws 
tihis j»8t Jaycee year- ^^^ , 

The Vifgia^ B^adh Jaycees 
oxnpleted Que J^ iheir most sue- 

pelitiofx wjtf) '^flU| one hu|idied 
chapteRi 1i|'4I^GNt'(tf i^ Sfete 
anrf \ ja*t -v^^'^tviiMAig. hf0 
awadis'^ a'n^^a! level. A 
laige 1^^ df 'l|iS^«yR»css ean he 
' jiC^celteat Gov- 
ftoir ^r Itne' 
iMwspaper in pubikizing our 
various prc^ts. 

Thanks again for your help 
fr<Mn the members of the Virginia 
Beach Jaycees. 

EDWIN A. DARDEN, III 
IN*4ici^ Chairman, 1962-3 
Va. Beach Juokv Oiamfier 
(rf Cwnmerce 

FOXD EXPANSION 
IS CONTmCTED 

NOWFOl«— The first eontraci 
in coimectkni w^ ti^ recent^ 
annmuoed expansuu of the Ford 
assembly plant here has been 
awarded to the Gl<^ Iran Con- 
action Con^ny of Norfolk, 
J. K. RoBsoa, plant manner, an- 
nQunced.to^y. 

inm contract caBs for the iskii- 
cation aod ez^otion <rf 950 tons of 
stmcUiral 4eel for th$ i»ldltkNi 
to tile plant. WoA umter the oon- 
tract is eiqiected to be con^d^ted 
early in Demnber, Mr. Bon^m 
nkl. 



CAREER CLINIP 



with 



FriMidenI 



n« TOCB CUM CKkM « t>fi>p . O » »' Wtwtf 



Te^t v^cxmt iprlnf as 
4lM|g;^aeM(sii -mfkea. "a young 
fluWk tOKy Hgtat^ tunui to 
tbxx^itM <d love." But parent!, 
l}eww«J It's «]so tk« seascn to 
am^ aflbwt at^tlicrlincy-c^ 
mk f^iBf — 4uitttrig 8<*9Di 

b«ft^ injduation. 

0««r SI^.MO teen-ag«ra rae- 
«(li]^||«<[ to "arop-onf^ f eya* tUs 

lucky <mem ajay lana "dmA entf • 
j<** — fegimtMa la tua un- 

9IU tMT «UU Mm ilpi^,. % 



Q Low sch(daMe achievsoaeat 
Q Poor social adjo^a^fc 
Q Waata a x^^ihur ineeoM 
Q EMrtr to |;«t qutnied . 
O Bored '«ritbrepttarcUuMnn»f| 
Q Oaui^i$m col%e waate of 
Uiae 

/ 3mt eaa.cMck-mark 
y may msaa ^ur dan Is 
r Mgbly suspect, ^art 
treating the symptoms by rit- 
Ung down with him or her ai^ 
escplaining the doUar value of a 
liiy^ schcKkl education. 

/Hie averaire "dropmut'* wIH 
man |50«000 !«» durbigr Us life- 
time tbaa. the Ugb mbooi gta^ 
dwte. He wiU nuSa 9^^,000 
Vam tkaa th« cM^^ fzaiAwte. 
^ im<K fh&e will be T^StO.OOO 
nore "dn^-oat^ eouegK^sg 
^tb the milUans we nam ham 



tor tfbwt 4 sOUtos Jobi «i lai* 
ddUed MjcMni 

How can acbooli eurti th* 
«**qp<>ut" ^dcmiot llHiy can 
prov^to a divesrtfted curriculum 
to fsaoh all stuteita — mort 
and better occi^atieoal trains 
lag — a^ &ctmMivt gtildancQ 
eowuMlinf . At the ensx (^ many 
^settw "OsopHmV ^r«irenttoii 
I^ogtaas todi^ t» <aM <^ ^viii- 
ation's (ddtosi Isandag meth^ 
~ GtBTespaMsBea ata^. 

SAK»tn» admii4rt«ei^ K3 
iTTTymw in impirrlfrrdrlntamoTniri 

»mt tksM fftins: slow Imm^ 
^uAe bMAvay at their own 
kefore j^w wia^;j, -^^ ^ • j^ .J1 ,p«^ languages and a4i^nce<l 

' s^I^JHi^ aitd ^en<x couTiis tt^ iM 
O0«r^ to help rt^|l«at» mb6% 
college entrance geqitfrcfnent^ 
and those with faU^^ gssdea 
can make up cotu^ss via hsBM- 
study (hiring the gumma', 

Pot^^ "*op-outif arc per* 
Miactod %@ Aay on and i*M^ vo- 
oatbwai corfeagMs^eaee «»in» 
wMeh WiU h^ thna fuiriH^ f or 
imraitteeAIp ^sta aStar inkdu* 

l%e only feBg-nd|^ cun i» 
the natl(«al "drtM^HHit" probtom 
is working to m^feovt every 
quid's educatlona} (^(BtunittM 
— vUi^ep Jw rttjttes M a aaaall 
kAck>1 or an overcrowded claa>> 
rooaab Vfi q^mt nM fitil. 

{Ftr men btfprmstlon om ^ 
rtsliM of a hifh iehool »dueatbmt 
wrUt t«r "Mm U^mnS', Bo»\ 
FBI, Setamtwt ISt iN.) 



IBLE CLASS TAKES FISHING HOLIDAY 



VIRGINIA BEACH-^embes 
of the Murphy Bible Ctess of the 
Scott Meni{»*ial 'Mettiod^t C3iurch 
became fishennen for a df^ re- 
Mntly when they took a deep s^ 
expedition aboard the,chart«r 
boat "9ms Winds" wt of Isym- 
haven. • 

Nineteen of the group won ci- 
tations on the fish they caught 



which were re^sfered with the 
Virginia Salt Water Fishing 
Tournament. The group landed a 
total of S6 blues between 7 and 
9 lbs. 

file trip was foQo'^d, not air- 
prisingly, by a fish-fry at the 
h<»i»s of Dr, and Mrs. Glenn E. 
Gurganus and (Mr, awi Mrs. MU- 
ton G. Ferrell of Alanto^. 



"7%e Tender Trap 



5J 



Th$ c^mngwchitecti^e of tte A^ Thorough^sod Hotoe lends a pleasaw t«ydc(k«f for 
• m^mm stidl Arou^ *• cool fiide»«f this ol^t diwUing of ia type in America. A Jfiidonal 

^' ^e 300-^f^ TNtfou^^Dod Howe U a part ol the Norfolk T^ ^ I*>ffol^ 

- Tout 'ikIj^ tte world's lar^t luval Use; tl^ ^oals and aaes of towm « d« 
«rd«»-By.The*Sea mAoim mncw^ fm tfe "irtKjte fani%; 



fhe T^rier Tifp" wlB te ^wwted W«Aie> .^ ^ventag at Ae j^jw Creek Cwirtry 
C^^ T^ UglM-|ie«f^ mim^ V beij^ dk'^^t^ by Jcrian OiMter aiMl stars I^n Ckrcia, CkanM 
Kenrmly, Oec^ XkMbe^ Btx^ Iwobsm, Notea TwcnloNv, K^t^ ht^mm. Fay Lajn, 
•Hi Dufchii ^^m^ A^mmtm M lb* ^^- ^R^ts btm t^ iriay wlIl be ^iwted tt> tbe Vir- 
|iU3 B^eh Vm^iL Admis»kn u $1.00. Qirttin ^ae ii 8:S0. 



Special Thflfipy 
Big Part Of i 
Sciiooi 




VBSOQWih MSACH— <hie pl>«se of the Virginn <Beach educa- 
tional system that has received very little recognition is speech 
thfiim^>-y«t ei#it «kaMiiltfy aeboote wiUiln the ei^ eai;ried out 
Ma w«»U)wMla fraffMH ^kirisif tiw pMt tAoA vein*. ^ 

Nwurly 260 ttudaots received ap«ech ther . a qiiflif 

theMfift and tMforo the year was 
out itt «( m^ muaHttt wtm dis- 
mteed as having been correoted. 
Mman «id mora ffVMii h*- 
came mnm «i Mi pNgNM, ^ 
dcKMnl ffvw to MN^ fvqpor^na 
that ^ tiw md ^ tbe adMcA 



Fwnrab 

MRS. MMk Ce ifMA BW 

Basai^ (^fllMfetderi 1^ of 40 
W. Um VhOL «a«l mm of Dr. 
John H. C^tekNmr *fr» m^ 
dau^^ ol Imi B WMHttj^ M0 
tlM tet« Mrs. liOUMe fi^^ Am^ 
nigtt, dM in hm tent Bw^ 
at4:3tf4il. 

A i^ve of Noi4c^ sS^ mu 
a nunter of Eis^ti &a« ^^ 
eo|>d <%a|)ri. 

Besides imt huAtt^ and jM)w 
si» is wrvi^d 1^ a i^n^rter, 
Miss liotitoe U^^ Coatedbdv 
of Virginia Be*^; fnir mm, J^n 
H. Costenbader ffi ^ Poladd. Ite- 
vid Lester Cosl^ibi^^ fbok 
Duncan Costenbader iD aad CMs- 
topher Rider CoMMsr. A id 
VirgiiUa Beaeb; ii* a ^mtm* 
Leon B. Sm^0> Jr. of Siofltiillu 

nmn'Biowtf pimnt VoMt. 4 mh 
moriiA awvioe will it emdttBlid 
in Ei#w»^ore GiMaec^ Cba^ 
el W^lnesdi^ i^ 11 ajn. 1^ tte 
Rev. Jotm C Jliv«s. Hm Amd^ 
has requested thiA in Umi d j^r- 
ers, frmdi moA mv^a/tkm to 
their favorite chafiti^. 

BENJAMIN E. SMITH 

Smitti, as, bitfbad of the 1^ 
Mn. lydia Grio^ead Snuth and 
son of wyUan mi Mn. Wnmi 
Jane O^nvd^i SmlQi, died in his 
hofne at Mund(»i Tuesday at 3 
ajn. 

A native of KiMtti Uand, N.C., 
he lived in Mui^en and w» a 
member of QCnotte Island M^o- 
dist Church. 

He -wm retired ima Norfcdk 
Southern Railwi^. 

He is survive by a <kH]^hl^, 
Mrs. Marie Ans^ of (MuMep, 16 
grandchildren, 20 «n«^gtmdcfaU- 
dren, and five tpM^mA^sod- 
children. 

Tbe body will be tak^ from 
HoUcHnon-Brown 9mm^ H o m e 
to Knotts Ultndiletbodift 
Church for a fyaamti. a&em» te> 
di^ at 2 p.m. BmA wit be in 0a 
faouiy eemetory m I^jm^ ^Oand. 



It — 7-(k 

term Vo/tm w«r» M ciiUdrtm nn % 
waiting li«k lot Mit yaH' 

1^ sm^ ^m^ ft^p^m 
tvy jfhMilhi lA A jhtiif Md Mutt 
^ tlw iwrt^ i ii. lAtt «^^^ 

tke ^tmm ^wnm itf tw> «a 

Am chU^n in St^^mito l^m^ 

SdMtob involved in thlt pro* 
pun this year liMtiMled Woodx 
ttock. Loulie lUuilord. KiNnp* 
ville Ba a w atary, iQiyikle, Thoi< 
flHghgopdi 6heUo» fvcK and 
W. T. Cooke, ' - 

Sehoid atvnlitnttoi havi takt 
ttat tt* fVQpitt 1^ few Mftti^ 
ii um ]W«r lo teliA ifpeei^ 
tapeoiMmt Ja ttft ftnt ffMh 
^0m^m&, 'a mam MpM^ to 
ha^ «ii^r«i irttti dl^^ of 



fa* tills ipee^ mpmma^ 
nogrun, dHnoon tem^sa «4U 

so Aai ttey nwy comhict tha pio- 
iram a Meta- 9wn d«»0Q9a 
^iWlM tee T^gaJK tetewl 4ay. 

T$^ pn^Roa imp utarted t>- 
n^ tiw c^ <rf the fl^e^ t^r 
amkmm^ft$0aA E.U* e n |« xy 
Setedt la tte ttm |Mt gnMte 
Guises and prov^^ to Iw quIN 

A ^teh <Mict in a ^blU ett 

— tt nuQT (^ uqdo^urt, tt. m^lit 
eall attuitkn ^ ItseU, tt e^id 
dnterfere wMi ct^rammkatito, ffr 
H c(»dil feonk hi a eontoiitlHi 
off^ ti^ «l ttoit It^lOii. I 

to 1^ as nuoiy of tiieie'dpj^ 
Uve -children as pooiyte an^pln 
jQ dQbig, pftBT tei « hM^er, 
vum tmkA t^^0^^ Id «tooa- 
lion, f^ of tiie eniotlmal dl» 
ttutani^ tlut nii^t be caua^l 
by ^ech difficidties. 





^fi Pari lb ^taMtvi 

We Mtfch .«te worid f« ' Init^ 
»c aril ^ lood, thf pfN. «l|t 






Aad, wMfy wd^mi t4 tte bat, 

Wc M«a ¥«k Wm ftMR M 
To fM «M afl tte nt«i « 
Is ki dM Bi^rii our ilMMmMfN 



MAESTAS FUNHtAL »«M^ 

iSlk & Britk Ave. Phone C;A S-6I2I 




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Oil Co. 

Calls 
OA 8-SQOO 

Day or Night 



— servir^g the 

NWm Largest City 

in the 

Unitecf States 



aCAN 



PREMIUM 



HEATING Olt 



Correspondents 



Mrs. Rita Vellir>es 



Mrs. Doris Padrick 



464-V229 Baysidb 

' Chesapeaice Beach 
Oee«n Park 

34M978 King's Grant, 

Pfnewpod Gardens 
fastern Park 



^rs. Nggy Wlar4 4!W-7993 1^ C^ony 

linkhorn Park , 
North Virginia BeecH 

Mrs. Mward Tippo 341-3674 TMia 

(10 •,rw.-4 p.m.) Krchwood Gardens 

\ Malibu 

Mrs, ftiy Johiwja 3414?^ Chesspeian Cdon^ 
_______ C«ftv k p.m. Priw flw» Aiw© HeS 



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AT BANK SATES 
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AU. TYPES 

or 

INSURANCE 




Real Mate 
INSUR 

for A)^m . . . HmAi 
CAU OAfMlftl 



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UNOieilM & TIME CO. 



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AND SPECIALIZING IN 

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TERMITES 




$»tfOOD 
MAwMnl 



Two Rortauranft To Sorvo Yov 
HURD^NO. 1 



55= 



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DBJMOhHCO STEAKS 
WITH $1.45 
mENOIIWES 




PHONE 341 -35^2 
MMD^HO. 2 



MCMMMIffi PIES 



No RtMrvations 

OPEN DAILY 
1 P.M.— 10:30 fM. 




mm« 42t.:^»f 



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GUARANTEED PROTECTION, GAIL 

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Sorving 
All 



In tiie Nc^p^ 



1¥. 

mmmm, ^m* ^nso— 

Mvy liw^HBt ^Ma W. Itaart, 
MU of Admins md Ito. J. C. 
Bourd of 206 Cte«n^ #^ IQr- 

flw Navd ?4^raftt«t Mtool lA 
^^ftterey, Califs i^ todk pnA to 
gnuhu^m tmmmmm li lAI^ 
tttt HomnMe f¥ed Sortt, fiecre- 
t«y «f the K«^, w« frtK^il 

V^^vts nd «aMMrtMi ips^ 
pr»l»nM to if^a^mM^ tOO 

tendint, iRaff ^^tafl Ibf^baU 
% Oorain, USN. 

E^AMbed ai MM ^ tte ^- 
val Aatftemy, Amu^tti, Md., iml 
moved to its preset rite to IM^l, 
I^al Po^s^Ktuate t^Kil pro- 
vides adv«n«d fdettee and en- 
gineering e<kiecttOB *» Ns^ of- 
ficers. It kf flccredfted i» • mem- 
ber of the Western CoO^e As»- 
ciation Mid authorized to confer 
advanced degree, inckiding Doc- 
torates, to <]^aMfied gr«huit». 






Vlrghiia Bea^ SUN-NEWS, Tuesday^ July 9, 1943 



Pt^ 5 




428-&I01 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



• OGAL »»t1Ci$ 



NOBCI Of PMM4C 4IEARING 

A i^edal meetog of the Zon- 
i^ Bosrd ol Afjpeals is to fee hAd 
Thursday, July 11, 1963, at 1:00 
p.m. in the office of the Superm- 
tendent of Inspection at the Prin- 
cess Anne Cwirt House for the 
following c^e: 

A variance of 10 feet from 80 
to QO f ^ from the re<piired 30 to 
20 f^ on Lot A, souA dde of 
76fli Street/f^orth Virginia Beach, 
Lynnlwven Borough, and Lot B, 
a varianoe of 10 feet from the 
requked 30 to 20 feet on 75th 
Sbwet^the nortti ^e, NorUi Vir- 
gima Bei^, Lynnhaven Borough. 
Ctty of Virginia Beach 
^noii^ Board of Appalls 
litoyd D. SauMtera, Sec'y- 
7-«^lt 



^B otiject of this autt is to 
oMato • <d»»ce a iMnw A ttero 
fetm tt» nid 4«^iiwt upon 
te gmmte of deKiton awl 

And m Mfidarvit teving keen 
made «d filed ttiM tbf doiwd- 
rat » aot « fieddMA ^ the ttMe 
of Vk^wi, ^ 1^ immn po^ 
o^ce addwag M^: a^ B^ort 
RMd. JadanvKb, TlxsiO^ 

N(rt r^ident of ^e State of 
Vu^Bla, it is orteed that she do 
sff/eu fme mMn ten <10) days 
«fier dw fNibli<^(m tmmt, and 
do 'wtet may be necenary to pro- 
tect hse interert to iftis aiit 
A«apy— T«i»: 

jomi V. FH>rmESS, a^. 

BY: iMargwet M. Hood, D.C. 
B^4^&&<(9l^ 
le^ Laskto R<»K}» 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

7-lWTU 




ANNOL«^C2A4ENTS 



AHERCHAND^ 



90 Arficktt For Sate 



SRFBOARiD— 9-foot, Jac^Js mod- 
el. H. A. Holt, Jr., GA»«@. 



93 HeuMhoid 0«ed« 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 
111 J^MNTtaMnts FM mi i ii a d 



APFLIANCES-aarpins to good 
used refi^rators, tr^ian, 
ranges, washir^ machines, dry- 
ers. Terms to suit. Hirtz Baiaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088. 



1, 2. and 3 bedroom apifftmrats. 
Furai^d a n.d niftin^bed. 
Monthly and yearly centals. 
Cooper Realty, 203 1901 Street 
Office •^8-1330, nights 428- 
6833. 



10 Special NotieM 



NOTICE OF SALE 

No4k» is her*y given that at 
10:30 am. on July ?5, 1963, at 
Holt Buick, Inc., 21st jaid P«ific 
Avenue, Virgtoia BeaiA, Virtfnia, 
we siuiU offer for ^le at ixiUk: 
auction one IUSI ^u<k Airiiemo- 
bile. No. 311588*^, <wtli j»ees^ 
ri^, Which $a^ was fNiKluised 
by O. L. ijB^T by oQsiditkmal 
rales agre^nfflit. T^nns: otA at 
Mine of ale. The vendor reserves 
the ri^ to bid. 

KoM Buick, Jm. 
Drewry & Evans, Attome:^ 

7-9-lt 



NOTICE OF SALE 

Notice is h^iby giwn that at 
10:00 a.m. m July m, 1983, at 
Coates Motor Company, toe. 21st 
aiHi Pacific Averwie, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, we shall offer for 
sale St public au(^on oi» 18^ 
Dodge automobile. No. 6236- 
154544, with acceMO^p^-'wMch 
auto was purcha^i-^w Charles 
C. aiKi June^fik^een by condi- 
tional a^^agfeeamL Terms: 
carfi at tuae of ale, Tlw vendor 
re^rves the rigM to bid. 

Coates Motor Com|w^, toe. 
Drewi7 & 'Evans, Attonieys 

7-9-lt 

NOTICE OF SM.E 

Notice is hereby given tiiat at 
10:00 ajn. on July 25, 1963, at 
CoatK Motor Company, toe, 2M 
and Pacific Avenue, Virginia 
B^wh, Vi^toia, we ^all offer 
for sale at public auction on 1957 
?oi« a u t om b i le , No. D7CT- 
141495, wdth acce^>ries, which 
auto was purchased by William 
A. mi Alice Wflson by oondi- 
ttonal ste agreemen t. Terms: 
rash at time of sale. The vendor 
reserves the ri^ to bid. 

Coates Motor Cwnpany, Inc. 
Brewry & Evans, Attoruej^ 

7-9-lt 



C uim i iiiwaa l l li of Virgliiia, in 
the Ctortt't amtm «f Hm Circuit 
Court of Nw CHy •( Vir^nia 
BMch, en ttw 38lli diy of Jun% 
1963 

joiokm uxm> cogar.^ 

Platotiff. 

asiku^ 
BWmm CASL COGAR, 

DetfeiMiant. 

OI^Mt OF PUBLICATION 

The <3bject of this suit is to an 
annuhi»nt ffom the defendant 
iq»n the grouiMis of no valid 
marriage b^vreen the parties. 

And an affidavit havtog been 
made arwi fited that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of Ow State 
of Vii^nia, the last known ad- 
dress beii^: c/o Nelo Teir Con- 
struction Company, North Ea^, 
MaciAnd. 

Not resident of tiie State ol 
Virginia, it is orde««d that te do 
sippmr here witWn ten (10) days 
after due piAdication hereof, and 
do what may be i^^nfy to pro- 
tect his intereM to tfiis aiit. 
A ccny Tiiti' 

jomi V. vfsmm^, aerk. 

BY: Mary M. White, D£. 
J. Fiw»k Gjdla^er, p.q. 
210 25th Street 
Virginia Be«5h, Virginia 

7-24TU 

CwnmonwoaMi ^ Virginia, in 
tha dark's OfMea of the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia 
Baach, an ^ 21tt day of June, 
1963 
DORK INI^ THOMAS, Plamtiff. 

^atost 
XmmGE LEWIS THOMAS, 

Deffflidant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Hie object of this suit is to 

dbtain a d^on^ a vinculo matri- 

rmnii fifHn the said d^endant, 

upon itlie grouais of desertiwi. 

And an affidavit havtog been 
made md fikd thdt tiie defeiKl- 
ant is a non-iesident of the ^te 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: tkifield, 
North ><:teroliM. 

Not rewlent of the St^ of 
Virginia, it is ordered that he do 
appear here wMhin ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his mterest in this suit. 
A eqpy— Tasta: 
JOHN V. K3VJTRESS, Clerk. 
BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Alan S. Mlrman, ,p.q. 
Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Virginia 

ft-254TU 



OJARN POLK-STVLE BANJO 

Qualifted tutor with prof^^r^ 
bac^round will im^ y<M to 
ptay the tn^Utional 5 atrir^ 
banjo. Mountain, Pdk and 
Bluegrass s^^ taught. Also 
Folk Guitar. 4^-9188./ 



EEWEAVlb COU^ — Wwi- 
-derhil cai^ in completely un- 
crowded field, either full or 
part time, at hon^ or m a^op. 
Home study course. CaiU AJ 
84162 or HO 4-1147 for com- 
fdete details. 



11 Transportation 



FttBN ITU RE— Mattress and 
'Ipri^s, books, desks, chab^ 
tables, chests. AD very r^ison- 
able. Hirtz Bazaar at Oceana. 
C^n9 to9. GA 8-7088. 



Large selection reconditioned tel- 
evision sets. Low as $39.95. 
Television rental — weekly or 
monthly rates. 341-24«. 
Jo^ Senter's TV 
3014 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



Small effidency apartment, 
fen<^-in ^utl. |3S a month. 
Prefer sii^ n^n. GA 8-6224. 



Attractive efficiency apartaient 
near ocean. Centrally locate. 
Heat and water f u r n i s h ed ■ 
Y«u-ly >eaae. Dkl xmner GA 
8-4757. 



114 HouM* For Rant 



RUGS— 9x12 linoleum for ev^y 
room m the house. $4.95 cash 
and ^rry (no deaters). WaMi 
Funiiture. 17th & B^e. 



ATLANTK- PACIFIC DRIVE- 
AWAYS. INC. — We will de- 
liver your car to or frmn any 
city. Bonded drivers. Call 625- 
(^04. 



BUSIhOESS SERVICES 



30 Applianca Sarvicat 



Fuintor^ of aU kirvis )q>holstered 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
reasonable pri<»s. Automobile 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
er^ all custom made and fitted. 
HUttop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
^8-1797. We buy and sdl new 
and used furniture. 



3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home; Central 
air-conditioning and fully furn- 
ished— .2 blocks fnnn ocean. 
For month of July or any part 
thereof. Call MA 7-3069 during 
the day or GA 8-1200 after 5 
pjB. 



115-A Resort Proparty For Rwit 



m 84TH STREET — 150 feet 
^m beiK^. Year rourMi ocai- 
paiwy. Hot water h«at. Avail- 
able Sept. 1. $125 a month. MA 
5-9379. 



VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repains. Pick up and 
deiivery. Phone GA 8-4222. 
Fuel Feed & Buildtog . Sup- 
plies. Inc. 

EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Famala 



Need desperately a re^ponsibte 
woman to live in. LigM house 
keeptog and child car% for 
worktog mother. Small salary. 
Iteferences. Call 428-5654 be- 
tween 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 




NM^ME OF SALE 

Notice is hereby ghw ttot M 
10:00 ajn. on July 2S, lll3, ^ 
Coates Motor Company, Inc., 2lat 
and Pai^c Avenue, Vi rgii n i a 
Beach, VoRgite, we shall of fer fw 
sale at public auction or» 1948 
Cadttllic tt^rm. No. i87W7641, 
witti MKMmei, v/taah tear^ 
v^ fu^ased by fbul 0. Gate 
by conditiofial hUm a^««nent. 
Terms: cash at ^me d sde. Hie 
vendor resew«#tt r^t to bid. 
Coates M^ Company be. 
Drewry & Q^ns, m^m^yw 

^tlwlpy dF 
Mtha ^ (^ 

K 



PrieTMfant. 
ORMR OP PUBLICATKNI , 



Commonwaahh of Via^nia, In 
fha Ctarifc Offica of tlw Circuit 
Court of tiia City of Virginia 
BmcIi, on tha 19tli day of June, 
1963 

CHARLK WILSON, Plamtiff. 



CLARBSA Wn^ON, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a i divorce A Vinculo Matri- 
morMi from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of Statutory 
Grounds, Conviction of a felony. 

And an affidavit having l»en 
macfe and filed thai tte ctefend- 
ant is a non-resident of the Stite 
of Virginia, the laM known post 
offiee ^Idress being: ^.Park 
Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. 

Not resident of the Stete «rf 
Virginia, it is ordered that she flo 
ai^ear here within ten (10) diys 
after due publication hereof, «id 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in thte «rit. 
A wyy— T^rtag 
JOBN V. KENl^aaSS, «aeik. 
«Y: Mary M. Wh^, 0jC. 
Keltam and Kellam, p,q. 
B4^tA €tf Trade Builduig 
Nor&^ Virgina 

6-254TU 



43 Position Wantad— Famato 

Would like to keep children for 
working mothers. Call 341- 
5336. 

44 Position Wantad — Mala 

Retired Navy Officer avail^le 
for togh manag«nent ftosition' 
in any field. Dial GA 6-4501. 

LIVESTOCK-PETS 

70 Doga— Cats— Other Pats 

CHESAPEAKE BAY RETRIEV- 
ERS — Pups. Thoroughbred 
beauties; 1428 Boiling Ave. MA 
2-2826. 

BOATS 

^0 Boats and Suppllas 

RUNABOUT — 13 foot Cadillac; 
Moulded mahogany, 30 h.p.. 
Mercury, with controls. Traitor, 
skiis. Excellent condition and 
reasonable. 34Qh8475. 

81 Bwts For Rant 

HOUSEBOAT- By Day or Week, 
Cample galley, ^^ps S. Bob 
Rumbley, 428-5444. 



95 La¥m-Gardan Supplias 

HAND LAWN MOWER — Good 
condition. Frank DiPaul, call 
341-3354. 

TOP SOIL — For sale. Located 
rear of Millers Discooirt Store 
acro^ from PrirKess Anne 
Plaza. W. T. Hutchins. CaH 428- 
1657. 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

124 Housat For Sala 

BAY OODONY— Lovely 3 bed- 
room, 2 bath h<mie on 100' x 
190' comer lot. Brick veitt^, 
ofl h^t, oi» bedroom £ur-eon- 
dHoned. fornicate possesion. 
Fmanotog available. Owner. 
Call GA8.2«Ul d^s and OA 
6-^01 after 5:^ pm. 



TB Lola For Sala 



ROOMS-BOARD 



ROI INmiw WMimA Board 



S^^VOOD HOTOL — 2105 At- 
lantic Ave. $12 a ^^r' 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



in ApartntantsFurnishad 



roLLY RANCH, 1400-17th St, 
clean, modem rooms, effici- 
encies. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ments.' Reasonable weekly, 
monthly, or aimual rates. 



Ooean Court Motel Apartments, 
206-19th Street. Efficiencgr 
apartments. AU atUitiM IuT' 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and fun^lMd rooms. 
BlocAc from Bus Statton. B9 
week or month. 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articlas For Sala 



CLOTHK LINE POSTS- $22.88 
cmnpletely instaUed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four lin^ 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
&. Building Supply. Inc. 



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INSTRUCTIONS 



H;^WN SCHOOL 

Of Musrc 

arMMV Hardia. Otraelev 

31 3- 35th Street 
Virgiftto Beach 

tMttfim fcnitmiVE 

Instruction 4n 
Wane, Oi^in, AoKM^ion 
mf^^6 - 4f8-f727 



1 and 2 bedrown furnished apart- 
ments one block from ocean. 
Also Rooms by month or seas- 
on. Reasonable. GA 8-9663 or 
MA2-i:^. 



CAPE SrrORY SY WE SEA— In- 
vestors and ^toiklers — ^see these 
tmo adjae^ taddh^ sttei ^ 
^900 &£h on landffide of Ken- 
dall St. 901x125 eadi. ^ott 
Brooks, WWiehurA Real^. CaH 
4^4886 or 42fre799 nights. 

118 Raal Batata Wanted 

Needed listto^ for cBei*te for 3 
and 4 bedroom homes. tHdsoa 
Rea%, GA 8-^01 nights GA 



CLA^FKD DSPLAY 



MWGHAhKMSE 



Adc Your Eya Miyridan Akoul 

T1MYL0irS 

GUILD OPTIOAN 

TM9 Luildyi M>ad, ^. Baach 

BanaNIL McPtevan, M^ 

GAriwI'MI* 

BUSIK«SS SERVICES 



Furnish^ pnd unfumish^ one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
mente. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor RraOty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



CXASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riqanto Auction Co, 



FINANCIAL 






2K© MORTGAGES 

«NY AMOUNT— FAST SERVICE 

AhOiOR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANVTIA^t 



I*OA»>T HOME RMAI«:BsIC 

HOME FmERAL SAVINGS 

AND l^AN A^K>CIATION 
mom* viRsiNi* aaACM si-vd. 

*T THOMAS oeKHCIt 



lAY ISUND 



r^ffm\st*s rmm ai 

Waterfront 'Coa^^ity 
La» JBOR m£ 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERfNG 

Havt ReoftJ Ami GumtJ Virgmu 
Bmb For The Psst JO Yim 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

Commercial 

Household 
Refrigeration 

Li^idvoeiati 
Dcricn for 



ntOAak 



W. C. JOHMON 

322 - 17«ii %cct 




9tfvta| V^tfjgm Bm* mtm WW 

Plumbing and M^^ig 
Ripair servi'>e «nd wj^p^li^ 

v/arm air 
Chrysler Air 

BLMUer IMMtt AS %] 
Wf tBaVKS HARM' WB SOLA 

41ft*7th ». 




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ABC— WVEC-TV (!3) 

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AFTERNOON 

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aer taBa in bis aoi^is ac^tt, 
peavl» laqch on ba& Mfs ot Hm 
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ttw e«ri^ aC Oe "Gwr- 
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of yvnoiud toeMM vUIe 10 per 
mti la «M to ht i^iprte lor 



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«^ ^M«; 'H^! BMsa Nova!" 
idte ftiMftag ^^attda and tiM 
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Se M^ yi^ru vmx raneeived 
Mt »a heb^ te^it ia flie Veka 
■Id Yi^nte Dnee SsttM . . . 
AMwa nova tmtoiaita <re givM 
Pi9 sal^faa aa "Days of 
mA Bakes," '1 Left Mr 
mmt in an Vraadaeo," "Beart* 

iUNr <M SoBg Md, ftrom Brad, 
"MM^^m" moA "Bseaito Boim 
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(13) — Ran CocbruM 

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( 3) — ^Walt9 Cronkn* 
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TUESDAY EVENING 

(tn— Mrmmt 

(13)— Nartolk 9en«(oH>l Deb«t« 
(!•>— LW^lM 

(131 — r^nbti 
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( 10) — ^Enptra 
(18) — HawaliAii «r* 
( 8) — .Tvlc Bannr 9i«w 
(10) — Dic){ Powell Ttoeatre 
( 13)— Untou(4iBb)M 
( 8)— Giury Moore Show 
(10) — Cbet Hnntl^ Reoortiat 
(13) — Prerichntial Miatloa 
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WEDNESDAY EVENING 

t^e ( A— Bio«i^ii7 

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(13) — I^iM»et 
7:30 ( 8)— CBS BmoHa 

(10)— Th« Tb«lalaB 

(19) — WactM TMn 
a:00 ( 3) — 'Rom U Rtuttliur Ont 

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•«• ( S)— tt* Tm T»tm «H>v 

<Ii»— Mr UNI aiana* 
10:00 ( 8) — (3ir<"!e niMtre 

(10)-7-The Elcvealb Konr 

(18)— Ksksd ratr 
U«e ( 3)— lltt ■aw imwp 

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TV 

TEST 



/Grafo soma p ywwaB^ wM p«acA 
Add am* of fcoNoaJ 

1. Ha Moderatef "NoiMe \Mt 
Tcrtlc" progrcm. 



2. WofU War II Iwro, w^t^ of 
"Tha WofH of Jtmmy " 

Ci^lMy. D«oiHll«. St«w«vt. 

3. No ttarred at Andraw Jack- 
mi in "T1)« l^ratidwrt't Lady." 



4. He wot bHml fomar powlor 
in "Tho Artht." 

D«i OttoriMiy. U«J.Cobb. 
liNMyHbaan. 

5. Coast Air on Poor progrmn, 
th* doas imitalion^ is marriad 

toilngar. 
AbbyD^oR. Tarasa Wriffht. 
Mi^la IHMIa*. 



•Ul^ on — 1 1 iMAS A|pjD(| 2 

fJOM«|A OVIjItlUO* ( {jai|3{OM 

■•^ ••H«I«K1 •••"•Of ^iH^iifinr 




Tappahannock Invites 
The Weary Visitor 



TAPPAHANNOCK 

By CsMmHim P. D^Hmm 

The town of T^ijpiliaMock, 
iw^ted between tiro creeks with 
its ttn^dade extended along the 
lUppalunnock River, invites 
weary visitors to relax far an 
hour or a month. Geared to tour- 
ist ^^(uaroodation, thki ctmntry 
town mth its old Soutii cham 
and it3 modem indurtry offers 
-much for tourists. 

History's fiM Te&aA oi Tapia- 
hannock aj^ars in Captain Jobn 
&nitta's writinp of lus ex{dora- 
Uon of Virginia. At the mouth of 
one of the creeks Smith aoA the 
local Indians had a fn^oA and an 
Indian was killed. 

From that time on toe river 
drew colonists and Tappiri»nnock 
became an important Port of En^ 
try for the Colony. iFormed the 
same year that PhiU^lpWa was 
founded, Tappahannock ii situ- 
ated much like tlw City of Broth- 
erly Love, twt T^^ahannock na- 
tives anUe when they ay 'flut 
Philadelphia grew U^ts^. 

l^e m(^ historical ^reet is 
Prince. SUB standing is ^ old 
Customs House where once teaoB 
of oxen hauled tcl»a» for ex- 
port to England. Movmg tq> tiie 
street one idock <me s^s the 
Richie House, oiKe own^ by 
ThomiBS Richie, Mitor* o€ the 
Richmond Enquirer. And in the 
next block stands the Monument 
to Confederate ^Miei^ with the 
names of ^ of the 9th Vizigiiua 
Cavalry IMed upon H. 

<hi. ^ Court €re^ a« tnw 
intere^ag \»^ small oM public 



'''Eagles'^ Co-Star 




■Rod Taylor co^m?8 with Rock 
Hudson in "A Q^Xberm^ of Ea- 
gl^," a color {ihn iri^t the Stn- 
t^c Air Command, which (^ns 
Wednesday at the Beach TheaUxe 
and nuis through Saturday. 



huMin^ — the tM^afs Priam 
and the <Hd OMt^t Oftfas. After 
raurt recOTds wem tomrferred to 
a cteit's offt^-* in tiw Coiot 
House, the ^1 Cork's dffioe fae- 
csam a e«mty Jail, fintfly, it -wm 
*andoned as a Jail, and thTOU# 
the eiUoTt <H ttu; W^un's C^b 
of Es^r ft becune a dhib hMise, 
iitformatiim <%i^r, and tiie onft- 
munity's only public Ubiary. 

Just off tlw Court Green be- 
Utad tiie Cmirt Hmtt is Beale 
Memorial ftkptist Chwreh, a por- 
ti<Mi of wtoldi was twilt in 17^ 
for u« a* a County Caurt HoiMe. 
Ironically one of tiK ci^s hewrd 
in this building involve John 
Wator and Robert Ware, two 
^ptiM mincers who were tried 
and imprisiHied tor "pre^dii^ 
and expounding tte Scr^itures 
contrary to law". This Iniikiing 
was partially iHunwd during the 
War of 1812 but was repaii^ and 
used until the present Court 
House was completed. In 1875 it 
was converted into a Baptist 
Ctairch. 



Your Social 
Seciurity 

Jdm is 68, to still wotlcii^, 
and has nev«r applied tor social 
security. He is losing money. 
Even diou^ he earns $3,000 a 
year, he c^M still be reccivii^ 
some (rf his socid secmrky bene- 
fits. 

Are ^u over 65? Are yoa 
still working? Have you never 
applied for youi »3ciat security? 
Don't be like J(An. Get m toudi 
with your social ^cui^y c^ce. 
Ibey may have good Be»^ tct 
you. The law has been chai^c^. 
Oliter people can earn more and 
still collect some social SM^urity 
benefits. Call 627-6436 or stc^ 
by the social swnirity office at 
220 W. BrambletOT Avenue, 
Norfolk 10, Va. 




US SAVIN..:, BONDS 



ACKUbS 

moi^taf 

Mass (rflM 
9 tancDae 
10 PoUconn 

14 iUvei ot 

15 — "Docaw, 
novel by 
BlackweU 

16 (jenus of 
(^Wea 

17 RiTer ot 
Asia 

18 E8(X(trle 
19F1«8b 
20 VesUgea 
22 Indian chief 
24Herat(b3r: 

grafted 
20'Nerve 
netw«k 

37 Poocii 
SOSnaU 

dtpreasion 
32a«Bie 

u oou map. 

Anariean 

eooBtiiee 

S7 Sow^novlag 

a^tvre 

38 Look at 
fixedly 

MNsmnr 
InleU 
42 Waste 

44 To box 

45 Compound 
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CT — --nw» 
49 f^eoch for 



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67 fVtaau 
60 Mislay 
70IJadm 

71 At BO tiSM 

72<%ew 
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74 80W8 
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6 King 
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7 Sea eaglaa 
• Cloaeto 

(poet.) 
SOblectiva 



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Movie Review 

TAMMY AND THE DOCItm 



In Ae AW "Twimy" film, 
h^ Airter uiwntuNS are re> 
coumed in Ae san^ ^^ ttiat 
distii^id^ the Wo Murtittr pi^ 
tures. The lively bMkwoods ^rl 
l^ves her Mississippi Imuset^ 
to take Ht eldeiib' Mmg am- 
mnion. to a city ho^tfttl, ami 
be^mes an emp%^ vmt to be 
n^r tiA Ini^id. 

Naive Tommy makes e\*ry 
mutake in hmpital routine, but 
is highly successful in enONirag- 
ing a number of budding ro- 
mances, including her own witili 
totem Peter Fonda. 

Sandra I^e i^in plavi Tam- 
fflv — b(mncim, iNwblins^ aikl 
brimful d her graiKi|»Dpy's o^ 
timistic hom^{Mm ^itosopliy 
and Bible sayu^, whkA she 
quotes frequently in her semi- 
archaic dial«^ 

MacCk)nald Carey, Reeinald 
Owen and Beulah B<Hidi are 
among the M^ors to a diorou^lv 
competent cast. The romantic 
comedv nm^cr swerve from the 
light side, even to duwi^ enly 
the happier asp«:te of hcMfrftal 
life. 

Of bit^^st 
To Veteroms 

By THCNMAS A. MOORE 

Ami M«^nr, MvUm et 

War VeteaiM* Clatai 

With summer vac^tons now 
to the process of bemg taken, 
R^ervi^ and Natmml Guards- 
men ^K>uld be remitted that 
they must formally reqi^st leaves 
(rf djsence frcrni einplo^rs tx 
summer camp tnaimng in order 
to avail themselves of reemptov- 
ment iwotection tfforded by fed- 
eral statutes. 

It n preferred that tlM request 
be to nmKim, .but this is not 
nwndatory. The request pro- 
vttion is fMTt of recent ameml- 
ments to tfie Universal Military 
Training and Service A<^. 

The law iwrfiibits employers 
from r^uiru^ emi^ees to take 
their v^^atiKMs coiiu:ident wMi 
summer encampment, but the 
employees may do so if thev «> 
desire. Employers are required 
to reemploy an individuid widi 
su(^ seniorky, status, pay and 
vaoition ^ he would have had 
if he had iK>t been aStmat for 
tratoiqg purposes. 
' Reservists and Guankn^n also 
^ould be remin^d that the law 
requires them to repott back to 
w(M-k at tte bejEdnning of the next 
reinilaily sdieduled work perkxl 
after expiration of the last 
calendar day necessary to travel 
from the plfK:e c^ training to 
die pUtix of emptoymoit. 

Please visit mv dSkt on anv 
claims cm* proMens re^ardine 
b^wMs for vet^ans and their 
survivors. 

Maurice J. Hunger, mv asso- 
ciate, visits the Alan B. Sheoard 
Convention Center, 19th Street 
and Pacific Avenue, on the sec- 
ond and fourth Thursdbvs of 
each m<M)th. b^ween the hours 
of noon and 4 p.m. 






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toftf irts won l9 l^sTakk^. Am 
ictoiaed naaB huit «i4. Sooth 
won frf^ Atmny see. Soi^ ^ew 
the trmps la three rMads, doffed 
a dai> on seeood ^ms^ tridc, 
fta tod see and Ug «i dtabs 
«d iptve m last hrtt to Watt's 
af dubs to make Ave. 



fmanEMT: Sm^h could ba^ 
m^e six vittt fUs hand. Ha 
aimtld hava takes Okb toad wttt 
the hwft aea, ^Oei On Mac 
ietft en Ifaig of ^toaonds, IhM 
dnnm fiw tnmpa. Be eo^ fliai 
have tan»d to dubs, where he 
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TODAYJ01Y9 

DR. NO 

Susdn Cc»ir»wy 
Susan ArKlress 

PaaMifK 2, 4, C, I, !• 



WiD., TWMS., fll. SAT. 
JULY 10-13 

A GATRERMG 
OF EAGLES 

Rode Hud«>n 

Mary Peadi 

Rod Taylor 

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17th & Atlantic 

TODAY JULY 9 '< 

mm BLOW 

YOUR HORN 

Frar^k Sinatra || 
Barbara Rush 

ONE wnc 

Bsginning V^d. Jiify 10 

MUTINY ON 
TK BOUNTY 

Marlon Brando 
Trevor Howard 

FMHifM 3:00, 5:20, S:40 
ChiMf!^-^Oe m Day 
Adults— 9<ie Matriiwtt 

il.25Evwi{fi9 



HALF-MSTTEEN 





THE BEACH 



4^ 



.^v TO REACH ~ ti,r.^, 

iEflfl 



ON THE OCEAN FRONT 

31 ft Stroft & Atltntk Avwiue-Vii^inia B««dk 

MDES OPEN DAILY AT 1 P.M. 

SAnm^AYS & SUNDAYS at 12 NOON 



jM>M ACT 

2 nairaiMANCES' DAILY 
sot A 1(N96 P.M. 




A»^IT 



DANCING 
NIGHTLY 

LIVE Oi^HESnM^S 
JAMI SESSK^S 

m/Btr SATURDAY 

AND SUNPAY 

From 11 0«Cleck 

P«itariaK 9AILY 

"Vl€ & His VarMHIes" 

tee of RkhnMod's MMt 
Daaoa Bands 



PRif ''HOOTINAIWY'' 

SUNDAY, 2:90 PJM. 

pMrtuitap Mhmr Qriame 

PamMis^PeBt Shiflpwr 

JiRRY PtRRIS 



BATH HOUSE ft 

REVMAlMn^n' iTANlK 

wm DAILY 9 A.M. 



nrnmomusuk 

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<«XXOW tm MM CMyM> TO MASBX PAWC* 







VIRGINIA BEAGH SUN -NEWS 



PUBUSHH) TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 




VOL. XXXVl. hto. 54 



TKlEPTONf GA W401 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VfWSINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1963 



Two Sections— 12 Pages 



SrNGLE COPY: 5c. BY MAIL $6.00 PER YEAR, 



CITY DEALS WITH 
FRAUD SALES PITCH 



VIRGINIA BEACH — CS^ 
Cwocil Monday look Aii^ 
i^iwres a^dnrt iiiif(»pftMs 
^me4&4oor pitching «d lete- 
pteM Adtetton wlwn it «lo0ed 
on first i^adliv an m^mme 
t^s&y cutting mebi ^^i^om. 

Iti an eftoi to i^t m mtf to 
wtart ti^ ordinam^ AnottM «s 
"a peat yu^iy of firmig And 
mtrteadiBg deinces . . . rai^^p^ 
by nUcitors," lim nwaMre n- 
<|tiii«i pcrrswu «npf^ in «ri^- 
^ to ^rtaln a f 10 p^nit toxn 
4he Director of i^iblic Sitf^ un- 
1^ toey are <Uy Uouiied ]by tte 
eity <xt tiw Airtt. 

Hm peimit is a inre-reqpiiste to 
a^ aoHcttin^ sdU^ «■ teUiig 
of ositev ftff* ^KMla, wara^ tarn- 
diandiK, ail^cripttona to mi^^ 
ziMS, phoi^ip^hs to be taken in 
tile ftiture, or any article for fu- 
ture €teUi^7. 

Salidton Mcqrting ^ynwi^ 
Iwr goods ^tor to <Mivery will 
dap be ni^itoed to post a^ i^OO 
Ik«k1 iwtore tiie permit <m!l be 
tanrad. 

Hm pennits are to be <^med 
mk the penon while M4M@<1 to 
^atdicitutfe whtttie' on ^ ArKts 
or Irom hoiue-to-house, and must 
be ^own ujMn tlw request of a^ 
penMHi. 

A^ldici^n lor ^ peimlti 
muA be w^KHbpanied if two 

two fcfittn iftKcta^if rrfnwcc^ 
Ai^Ucai^ flaay ^ required to 
be fingeq^B^. 



falir, favl 
And Mary 
Here M. 

— ymtsmtk BBAOI — peter, 
Pwi and Muy, poa^^ tlie coun- 
try's rtM^ pq^dar feUc-ataiglitg 
group, iHU i^pear Saturday aM 
Sunday ai tiie Alan B. S»^a^ 
Civic Centw. In jurt a yea* they 
ham tekn a |di^ at the t<^ of 
ttb^ ^d with such hit record- 
higs M "Five fftii^i«d MUes", 
"The Kmmef Bim" and '^ff 

Saturday's perf(»inaikce is 
letedided f<» 8 pjn. and Sun- 
di^a nuAime wiH be pc^mt»d 
at 2:%. Ilckiits for both perfmn- 
aMes are aviUliAito at liie Civic 
Gmter Mid ^ all ^[^k's Drug 
Sbons in Tidewater. 

Ilerster Haw 
Hmit fuRfi Msad 

NOWroUK— Paul K. afergter, 
of Richmoiid, took office July 1 
here in Mmk^ as lExecuUve Di- 
rector. Tidewater Heart Associa- 
ttoi^ Dr. ^mard «H. Miller, ^ao- 
dation Prokleiit aiuioun<%d to 
da^. 

Ji^rgto' re^go^ a post 1^ had 
held for nine years jT^ipervi^K' 
in the ViHiotioaal tti^iUt^m 
Divisidn, State Boani at &teca- 
ticm, to ft^^l the H^ot Aopoint- 
ment. He was previcH^ iMs^ed 
in Norfolk, movmg to Riclnnand 

biteiested in civic affain, Merg- 
ler sttverf as a vokateer on Vir- 
ginia ifeart AssocUAltm's 1983 
Cttnpaip Craunittee, r^rtvtag 
an award for "di^inoii^ied serv- 
'Ke and toKtei^ip". He has 
woited m |W8t years on United 
TmA, Boys' <Mh and Bed C^oe 
CM^^a^M, 

An^acttiw membtf (rf Ike ^m- 
in CSunnfaei of CoBoiMr^, he 
saved m National Dhe<^r and 
the NMiond Board duri^ 
IMIMS. 

He IM^ a BS. ttd MS. ^ 
gt^ ftwn tiw CoM|^ of Williwi 
and Ita^, to vm^m and hm 
tivee diBA^m. 

As n^cuttve Direi^v <a tiie 

iMi'rM^irilte M^ tte MMidttn- 
^^n of dl lAainiitoiiive, oom- 
manlly «^KDteM% ^opwR, 
mA tm 



Tha director ^'Publte ^fe^ 
an refuse to iwie t psmM if ht 
has nuon to b^mn the appli- 
cant ii not of go<^ mOTal char- 
ac^ or If tte perwn has been 
cmivict^ of a fetony; l*ennit^ 
once iswed, nay be revofeed* tor 
fraudnlent practices or miffepre- 
ientatitfi. , 

Hm ordtouie^ also requires a 
"quM and fv^r manner" on 
tlw part of ^ pemit Mder. 

A |10 to 160 fine is fffovided 
for viidatiaDS. 

The provi^^ of the ordinance 
do not ^ply to Mws^iwr boyi 
at atbtta who by means of a ^te 
or city Uceiue are entitle to so- 
Mt on Uie Greets or housed 
house. 

The ordinaire stat^ that the 
resMeMs of the City of Vii^nia 
Beach have in many cases lieen 
"deflmuded ami impM^ upon by 
lack of at^pate protection." 

MarinesWill 
Hold Parade 

LnTUE CREM — Oi^fanlad 
Marine Coi^s Re^nists onMtive 
dtt^ wM toe Landii^ Force 
'Mbii^ Unit, ManUc, will con- 
duct a iwwte, Friday, July 12 M 
79m. 

The pitfdic is fawltod to irtew 
thk pannle in irtiich mcne fiun 
600 Marine R^ervi^ fitm 
Ibine, <^intfa, &xitii Can^sa, 
uk Mi^a^i wiU paM in re- 
vfafv. 

on ^ add e«:h <tf Rock«WrWi 
at flw Littk Creek ^vd Am 
phAwws BaK. 

Rear Admiral R<rt>«t E. M. 
Ward, Commander of ^.^aphib- 
kws Group Two will revtew ttis 
pan^. 

Fwr (rther Friday-^ei^ pa- 
rades «« scl^uled tiirou^out 
the ninuner to which tte {Miblk 
wUl alio be iwied. 

Navy Offered 
Coffee Breaks 

OCBPMA-^As Oie nation's 
highway fatalities iiM»i^ed on 
the Fourtti ei Jidy weekend, mo- 
torists on (Route 015 in Of^ami, 
Virginia were invited off the road 
for a coffee break, courtesy of th6 
U. S. Nafv^. 

Nearly WO holiday driw« ac- 
cepted tiie invitation last Sunday 
afienMMn and were a^'^d coffee 
and 900. drinis 1^ tte Puldk: to- 
formation Offk% staM of the U. S. 
Ntn^ Air Station, Oceana. 

This HoUday Coffee Stop ia 
operated irt the Jet ObservMion 
Point near the main gate of the 
Naval Air Station to help hold 
down the number of long'holiday- 
weekend UatBxi MaUties. 

During their coffee break the 
motorists ins^^cted a stotic dis- 
play of jet aironrft. Photc^raphs 
of Navy i^rcraft and Junior Jet 
Pilot cards were given to the chil- 
dren. 

This is another PubUc Service 
sponsored by the Oseana Naval 
Air Station. 



Bridge-Tunnel 
Completion In 
lEariy 1964 



Browning 
Reported Here 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The At- 
lanHc Oe^ clainwd its aaeetM 
drewning vicfim hare Ihte i^tr 

k«g to a n^wf of tfw Vii|Ma 
Beaeh I^Mea^ra r«^^ wiM. 

Hm OecMifrMt ateuf 300 yards 

wwv'lito ^nfawiMtMy ^Remoen 
n wm nfwnpr 10 rvcBwr ni* 



IAi»ittii ■ II 111! oi 
H^ VwSift ii^Q not beMi himw 
i^Ni VMSMMwy and no oitMli 



VBWJMA BEACH— Virginia's 
Chesv>eate Bay firidge-i^nn^ 
tbe ^ut C^iit's answ^ to Cali- 
tomia's Golden Gate, is tess than 
a year sway firwn comj^etion. 

^heduted to be <^ned for 
^fic early in 1964, tte Bridge- 
Tuimel is rising like a sea giant 
fiatn tim yn^ats between the 
Eastern Shore and toe TidewMer. 

A .n.O-nyte long complex of 
bridges, nttn-macte islands, tun- 
nels and ti^stles, tte structore 
uatU i%^ntly Ipoked like a giant 
Jigsaw puzite with many of the 
fonmcAuig pte%s miising. Pas- 
i«ngers aburd the little Creek 
ferries blinked tlwir eyes in dis- 
belief at toe si0t of an oolated 
bridge standhig in solitary splen- 
dor In tlM middle of toe Bay, or, 
pzed in w^Kier at a road tiiat 
auldenly becune a dead end five 
miles from shore. 

Now, toough, with construction 
twfrthirds completed, tbe Chesa- 
p^ike Bay iBrk^-Tunnel is as- 
Hffliing the ^ntour of a modem 
hii^rway desigMd to conquer toe 
el«neirts. 

Coi^actors ^port that, as of 
mid-Alay, 2,071 p^es out of toe 
2,560 that wffl be used in the 122 
gaUes of tre^tos ^d been diii%n 
fa^ tltt oc^n floor. The ro«lbed 
on ^4 mUei <rf tresfl^ mose 
tium two-tldxds of tJw total, had 
bt«Q Vead, All of tl^ four noan- 
m^ i^steto which fM wsSasr 
tte tonn^ bMl been rated t# 

sn ttuH: i^ make up the two 
tunn^ hkl be«i sunk. Neaily 
two mito of tannel had been 
tiled. 

Built at a cost of $140,000,000, 
the Cb^oipuke Bsy Brid^Tun- 
nel prcMabes to bec^ne boto a 
tourist attraction and a positive 
ecos<»nic factor m th^ embrace 
of Virgtoia as a leadit^ indu^al 
and commemal ^te. Financed 
l^ a three^sies revenue bond 
^raie, toe Ch^apeake Bay Bridge- 
IXmnel is being coi^tructed en- 
tirely wito(H:it iecou»e to tax 
funds, but it wffl provi<te many 
benefits for the «Dthe ^ate, ac- 
cor(Ung to Lucipia J. Kdlam of 
Belle Haven, Vuginia, cbairman 
of ttw Chesi^ke Bay Bridge 
and Tunnel Commission. 

'®y providtog a fixed crosang 
over the large b^y of water that 
divides Virginia," Mr. Kell^n 
says, "toe Bridge-Tuni»l will be 
a cohesive force in bringing to^e 
two sectioia of tlw state into a 
closer unity. The Bridge-Tunnel 
will open up the Eastern. Siore's 
agricultural areas for industrial 
development, and A wffl also pro- 
vide a faster, more econwnical 
way of brii^g that area's pro- 
duce to the markets d the State 
of Vir^a and weas to toe 
Souto." 

"We think, too, that the tour- 
ist who are attracted to Virginia 
by toe Chesapeake Bay Bridge- 
Tunnel wfll t^ inclined to visit 
places of interrat throughout tlw 
state during their visit." 

"The Bridge-Tunnel also will 
provide a faster, easier trip across 
th9 Bay for the milliions of travel- 
era uang the popular noito-souto 
0«an Hiway." 

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge- 
Tunnel which will span the Bay 
fttwn W^ INjint to Virginia 
BeaA win be a two-lai» roadway 
wito sifficlent space provided to^ 
hamfie vehicular breakdowns. It 
wffl be made up of 122 miles of 
toesfled rosAwa^i, two tonnels, 
eM:h more toan am mile to 
lem^ un^r ttm a^ deep 
chaniwls, four man-m^le isUmds 
ewh wtth a su^&ce area ol 1^ 
prcnki^ly ei^t acres, and two 
iMrU^ VV& fteasure boat and 
fitoli^ fteet Isms. 

Stated to S^ilember 1060, ti» 
B^M^ttoUMd is a jotot veMure 
(rf toe Ti<tewater Conrtruction 
Ccvp.,- Mentt-Ct^ouui it Scott 
Corp., fta^iraM} b^^MttoHd, 
yx^ and Prtnr Kknrilt Sora' Co., 
uadter supoiru^tt <a ^«rdiup ft 




New Jersey-Delaware 



Two States May 
Buy Bay Ferries 

By RUBY JEAN PHILLIPS 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The states of Delaware and New Jersey 
are attempting to buy the Chesapeake Bay ferry so toat when the 
bridge-tunnel is opened next spring traffic from New York may 
be channel^ straight down the East Coast. 

Nine members of the 10-man Delaware River & Bay Cro^ii^ 
Authority arrived 'here Tuesday 



Del. Gov. Elbert Carvel (left) chats wito brother-in-law Jamra Land at AmerfcMa Motor 
Lodge. (Baldwin Plwto) ■ ' \ 



HOSPITAL BOARDS NOW BECOME ONE 



VIRGINIA BEACai— The final 
step to officially merging toe 
General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach wito toe once-jn^jpcaed 
Prmce» Anne Memorial Ho^ital 
took pla<» at a full n^tnbership 
n^etii^ Monday. 

Boto b<»rdte had previoudy 
adopted a m^ger rerolution iHit 



it had to be formally passed by 
toe fun membership. 

The ho^ital now has "some- 
where In the neighborhood of 
$400,000," Hospital Administrator 
W. Earl Willis said Tuesday. The 
goal is f500,000. Federal Hill- 
ftirton funds will provide $1,430,- 
000 of the $2.6-n^on coiffitruc- 



VIRGINIA BEACH 4-H'ERS 
EARN STATE AWARDS 



BLACRSBURG — iOeven 4« 
dtto menAers fr(mi Virginia 
B^kA rec^tfy atteiMled Ibe St^ 
4-H Chjb Short Course at VPI, m 
Bla^^burg. They were selected 
for <mt^andmg 4-H Achievem^it 
to participate m a onewedc pro- 
gram of daases, contf^ts, and 
awards whkh dunaxed the year's 
work for Vir^^nia's TO.OOO 4-H 
C^b b<^ juid girls. 

In attendaiwe were Sharyn 
Braun, Donna Murphy, Sharon 
K^y, Sharon Fenton, Betty lAim 
Lee, And^ Craddo<A, Joe Pecsek, 
Joe iMoulton, William Turner, 
Geor^ Lee, and Lee Durham. 
They Twre accompany by As- 
sstant Agrkutoud 'Agent llipm- 
as Cof&mu), and 4H All ^ar 
Hunter H^nce. 

Donna Muiphy, Sharon Kelly, 
and WilliMn "nimer were tapped 
iirto the Virginia Ch^ter of 4-H 
All ^ars, the honorary sarvic^ 
oiganization for outstanding Club 
mentoers. 

George Lee received a 19 
jew*l wrijrt watch as State winner 
m the Home Grounds 'Beautifi(a- 
ti<m Prc^nmi. (Lee, a 1962 AH 
Star, has been to 4-H Cltto work 



for seven years, and was recog- 
nized as the outstandii^ senior 
lK)y to Virginia Beach in 1963 

Betty Ann Lee, sister of 
George, and Sharon Fenton, at- 
t^Kled as members of toe 4-H 
All Star Conference and i«u-tici- 
lated in the Consecration <>re- 
nwrny for i»w members. 

Joe Pecsek, a district winner in 
Soils judgmg, and Lee Durham, 
Joe Moulton, and Andy Craddock, 
district winners in livestock judg- 
ing, all participated in the State 
contests. 

Sharon Braun, 4-H Couiwil 
president, was a m«nber of the 
nominating assembly for State 
4rM officers, and sang m the State 
4-H Clwras. 

Spence, a former 4M Club 
meniber and State wmner, was 
director of the Share-theFun tal- 
ent show, a highlight of toe 
week's program. 

Other highlights of the Short 
Cwjrse were the International 
Farm Youto Exchange Program, 
the State Dress Revue, and toe 
appearance of toe new "Miss Vir- 
ginia", a former 4-H Club mem- 
ber. ' 



tion cost. 

Bids will he o[»ned Sept. 15, 
Willis said, and construction of 
the 100-bed facility ^toottW be on 
Khedule soon after October 1. 

The pUurt will be located on an 
18-acre site a mile norto of the 
intersection of Va. 615 and Las- 
kin Road ait Hilltop. The road was 
previously known as Mill Dam 
Road birt has recently been re- 
named New Colonial Road. 

A little activity on the ho^ital 
site has caused nwtoristS' to won- 
der if construction was getting 
underwwy. But toe work Ivas m- 
volved test piltop to detenmne «, ^,.,_^ 
--what type of foundation- wffl birf^r^. 
needed. The tests have proved 
highly satisfactory, Wills Mid. 

He also told the board Monday 
that toe City of Virginia Beach 
wiU provide IM hospital wito wa- 
ter and sewerage disposal. 



ELKS TO HOLD 
"CilAB NIGHT" 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Vir- 
ginia Beach Elks Lodge scored 
such a resounding sucee^ with 
their first crab feast recently that 
they have designated the first and 
third Thursdays of each monto 
as "Crab Nights". 

All Elks and toeir gue^ are 
mvited to an evening of good 
eating, good fellowship, good 
crabs and good fun at Tuesday's 
feast at the Elks Lodge, 1805 
Atlantic Ave., at 7 p.m. 

INDEX 

CLASSIFIED _„!! SB 

EDITORIAL _ _ 4A 

ENTERTAINMENT ^ 4B 

FUNERALS _ ^ 4A 

SOCIETY *2 & 3A 

SPORTS - _ 5A 




Ftmtt: 1. to r., Sharon Fenton, Betty Ann Lee, Dcuma Murphy, Sharyn Braun, Sharon KeHy. 
Back: T. L. Q^^an, Andy Craddock, Joe Pwsek, Joe Moulton, William Turner, Geoi^ Lee, 
Lee Itaibam. 



night to diK:uss such a possibility 
J. H. Tyler McConneH is chair- 
man of the gro<HT which is com- 
posed of five reiHesentatives from 
Delaware, four from New Jeraey. 

The Del^are Memorial bridge 
is presently operated by toe Au- 
thority but has become so inade- 
quate tbat two more crossings 
are in the making, according to 
Del. G^vonor Elbert Carvel. 

Ttw fintis a twin bridge to toe 
Delaware Memorial and the sec- 
ond is a ferry crossing between 
Ci^ May, N. J. apd Lewis, Del. 
This lal^ mc^ im always be^n 
isolated, the gjvemor said, be- 
cause there was no access be- 
tween tihe peninsulas, ^th(mgh it 
is about toe same d^ance to be 
spanned by the C3)ettpeake Baiy 
Bridge-TtoJ€l» 

ihoftM Route Seulh 

"If ve can" obtain .toe ferry it 
will pi|9vide the iriwrtest route 
from i^ York«i|Bth and will 
keep 0e traffic Bong the East 
Coast,'feGov^ Carvel said Wednes- 
day moming.^.iii|M^t^ do thil 

iyftht 
New Jersey , fxin^e mroi^h 
Washington." 

Sucb provision would greatly 
improve the a^shore resorts 
from Atlantic City down through 
Virginia Beach, he said. 

"TTjese resorts are busy during 
the summers but are dead to the 
wmter," he explained. "Tlw whole 
area wouki like to have some- 
thtog to put them on the main 
track south." 

The ferry would jflso opai up 
toe i^lated areas and encourage 
new busine^es and new resi- 
dents. 

Members of the Authority 
mot with Norfolk Mayer Roty B. 
Martin Jr^ cf^ councllmen Mid 
representaHvee et toe Bridge^ 
Tunnel and State Highway 
Commlnioni TuMifaiy uHlht at 
the Golden Triangle. They re- 
turned to Virginia Beach to 
ttay at tlw Americana Motor 
Lodge wmI Mt here Wednee- 
day morning. 

Tte Ch^^wake Bay Bridge- 
Tunnel, which will make the 
fepy obsolete when opened in 
1964, is expedited to gr»t^ bene- 
fit lower Delaware, Gov. Carvel 
said. 

Shice his sister and brother-ta- 
law, Mr. and Mrs. James Land, 
are residents of Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough, Gov. Carvel is a frequent 
visitor to Virginia Beach. 



C of C iMoving 
To New Office 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Monday 
was "moving day" for the Vir- 
ginia Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce. 

The chamber's offices in the 
Alan B. Shepard Civic Center 
were relocated in suite 5 of toe 
newly constructed Profesional 
Building at the comer of 25to 
Street and I^cific Avenue. 

Both ^ tl» tel^hone numl)er, 
GA8-1«^, and the maiUng ad- 
dres, P. 0. Box 190, will remain 
the same. 

"The hospitality will also re- 
mam the sanw," Executive Secre- 
tary Roy LaMere said, "maybe 
even warmer." 

LaMere urg^ s^l hoteknoW 
owners at toe r^rt to keep the 
chanAer's new Meatiai in mind. 
Mai^ vat^tloiwi^ are rtOl being 
directed to the (Svfc Ceirter, he 
said. 



"I must congratulate Virginia 
Beach on maintaining the beauty 
of its airroundtogs," he said. "So 
many resorts take on an unattrac- 
tive htmky-tonk atmosphere. But 
not Virginia i^adi. I must alM 
con^ment tte cky on its splen- 
did recovery fr«n last year's 
storm. The Iwildings, boardwalk 
and oceanfront are nicer than 
they have e^^- been." 

"Tuesday night's gathering was 
more social than busings, the 
governor saki, and was merely an 
attempt to "get to know each 
otbKT" and let the local authwl- 
ties know that Delairare and New 
Jersey are keenly toterested to 
the ferry. 

"We a^ wax^d ttiem i^ know 
that Virginia will benefit from a 
direct route souto is much as we 
will," he sakl.'X^r n^ step will 
be to do a little Twaise-trading.' 
We would lite to b»>^ the ferry 
Qpei^ t^ mxi swomer." 

Ill 1 1 ■■■III III lii^ MW i -^ iih*.— #i<i t I ^^M 

Alt mk 

Opens Jpisf 

VmOBOA BEAQi— Ite C^pe 
Henry Weatoer Bureau a^ Fort 
Story has predicted fair and mild 
weather through Friday ... a 
forecast that should m a k e the 
annual Boardwalk Art Show ti» 
m(»t successful ever held at Vur- 
ginia Beach. 

The show will ogen today and 
run thr(M»gh Monday under toe 
sponsorship of the Virgmia Beadi 
Art Association. For th« second 
year to its fast-growing exi^nce, 
the ejdiibit will be displayed at 
toe souto end of the beach be- 
tween 9th and 15to Streets. 

Several thousand separate 
pieces of art are expected to be 
shown by 308 contrilMiting artii^ 
who ojoie from all over America 
as weU as Canada, France and toe 
West Indies. 

More than $1,000 in prizes will 
be awarded and sates are expect- 
ed to well exceed last jrear's 
$^,000 total figure. 

Judging Saturday 

Judging wiU be held Satorday 
to the recreation hall of Star of 
the Sea Catholic Church. Judges 
will be John Richard Craft, di- 
rector of Columbia <S. C.) Mu- 
seum of Art; Francis Vandeveer 
Kughler, muralist, portrait paint- 
er and president of the Salma- 
gundi Club to New York; and 
Charles Parkhurst Jr., director of 
the Baltimore (Md.) MuseiMn of 
Art. 

Awards will include a ^00 
best-in-show; the $100 Ma id a 
Roper Award for oils; the $M 
Frank DeWolf Award for wi^f- 
colors; $100 Alice Granbery Wal- 
ter Prize for the best representa- 
tional work; $100 for sci^pture; 
and $50 prizes for ceramics, 
graphics and pastels. The award 
for best sketch of the show has 
been hiked frcxn $% to ^ this 
year. 

An added attraction thiryear 
will be an al fresco concert after- 
nc»n by the "Hard Travelers," a 
popular local folk-singing grwip 

Many new artists are eitered 
this year plus most of tim nwre 
familiar artii^ of p^ shoiws. All 
but one of th» previous best-m- 
show winnera will retom. Tkese 
inchide Le(mette Adler, 1966; 
Leon Wootttti, 1^7; WaUam 
Gaines, 1^8; WilUraa fletcber 
JoMS. 1059; Ghma tfeatm, 1000; 
Walter Thrift. 1961; and LowvH 
^^i^lSn. 



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yu^m B^ UM^WHU 



p^^ay, JuM^^i, 1963 



mm M. WIUIAMS, M. D. 
Ey« Phyvictan and &iq|ion 

^ «Mi9i^«f to ^^ from Norfolk MtliNMl Tower 

To 
HK^^K»4AL BUILDING 

1369 Uskin Ibad 
Vtf^fniA B^dN, Vft^inia 

^ /^solntmwt T»l«phon« 428-4214 



THE EVERETT SCHOOL 

Ml$ ranliti Wim 
^A#ria iMch, ^^ 

is msw KX^tlng applications for its 

GRAOK I through V— for boys and girls 

GW^E VI - PR&f /MM^TORY — BOYS ON.Y 

Cwrrtevlum Is g^red Hiroughout to tfiat 
required for entrarKe into other lea(ting 
private preparatory k^ooIs. 

imphasis on phonics in all grades. 
Basic maflwmatics. French, Art, Music 

Tennis & Swi nm^g. 

Enterif^ 4Mi Year ef continuous operation. 



TOOBIUCH 




BIRTHS 

U. Ootlon 'M. ShenHdEer. Jr.,, 
USMC and Mrs. Oioemaker of 
Canp t^^eune, K. C^ tonouiM^ 
fie Mth of thor am cittd. a 
UH^att, iCunbeify Car«l, m 
SMklay. A^ 7th, M tiw U. S. 
Navd S^pttal at Can^ Leleiwt. 

Mrs. ShoMuker is tiie Itume* 
Miss Ali^ SMflii^ da^iter ct 
Mr. ai^ Ifrs. C. Hall Snelllnp of 
Virginia Beadi. U. Shoemaker is 
Oe son <jt Vr. md Mrs. G. M. 
Shosndco' of Hot Sprinp, tmn- 
erly of Vii^nia Beach. 



m, aad lira. ^Oim Wade 
SttMiteid ^ ^^i^» B«iA u- 
nonot tte Ui« <rf tti^ &it 
cUU, a aii^tfr, AAn Marie, 
on M^ S M He flul H»i^i1 
Mbl l^rkiAMid is Ite 



of Me mMWta.UA mtim «f 
Vlmkte Baaift. Mr. ^Mtad te 
the am «C Mr. awl Mrs. Sesy 4. 
SMrtttni Jr., Ao ^ ^^M 
Beai*. 






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SKARP-MAirTIN 

VIRGIMA BEACH — Mrs. 
Gearge A. Sharp hu anaounoed 
the angftgwnent of her daughter, 
m» Caro^tt Jaw^Shvp, to Rob- 
m Charlea MaKM. 

Mr. MsrUn is the son of Mr. 
«id Ifen. C. P. Martin Bt. of 

Miss Aiaip, dauip^r of ^ 
Me Bmt 1^^ j^oy, UPI, Vnd- 
^led frcm Virgudi Bwft ]^b 
School MM M a Suident mrse aft 
Poitsmouth Geoe^ Ho^tid, 

Mr, ttota piAmM to Mie 
from'^^gMa ff^ii^iric IM- 
tute and is en^jwl hy the New- 
port News Sh^luM^ and I^- 
dock 0». 

An Au^rt ^radding is plmAied. 

mSIIPSVUlE — Mr. »wl Mrs. 
WUIiam CaMa tattt anuni^ 
the e^^^MBt i3i tteir ^m^^ 
M»s UnU Carol f^ol^ to J(din 
WiUiMa ^g^n, USN. 

Mr. Bi^dni is ^ smi of tl« 
late Mr. and Mrs. WilUam Uomx 
jfogden of I^ton, Ohio. 

"Rie weckUnf wffl t^ pl^ <m 
August 17 at 4 pjn. in tte 
K^npsville Bq^st Chuidli in 
Kemi»viUe. 

M^ Paster sttoided Primes 
Anne High SOkkA. 

Mr. Bugden is i^attoned at 
Bainbrid^, Jtoi^and. 



REIB-^KMtti 

VIBGff^ BEACH — Mr. a«i 
Mrs. J^ies W. Traylor Jr. an- 
wwnoe ibe enga^ment of their 
dai^ter, Miss Kathy R^, to 
J<»eph Barry John. 

Mr. John is ti^ son (tf Mxs. 
Freddie Creef and Joseph John 
of Itoiolk. 

Miss Reki is t^ dautfrisr ^ 
Wfflam Steki of Vir^BM fteach. 

WRIGHT— CLARK 

mmnxm, N. C. — Mr. and 
Mrs. A. W. Wri^ anmwnce tte 
engigen^nt of tJ«ir dwgbter. 
Miss Joan Corinnia Wright of 
Virginia Beadi, to BonsM Bai 
Clark. 

Mr. Clark is tte »n <rf Mr. and 
Ma. Writer Oark of lAirfr^ 
boro. 

lOis Wrl|^ is a graduate of 
Mm A. Hotaes Hi^ Sdwol ai^ 
is employ^ W Sedx»rd CWarae 
National Bank, NOTftiBt. 

Bfr. dark is a gr«ltt«te of Mur- 
freesboro High School and Chow- 
an Colle^. He is en^loy«l by 
Parker Brothers, Inc., Aho*ie. 

The wedding wSl take plaee 
Aug. 24. 

MMUnS— TAYLOR 

BAYILAKE PINES — Sfr. and 
Mra. William H. Morris of Bay- 
lake Pirns announce the'eng^e- 
noent of their <tou^ter, Miss 



BttlM Jma Iforrls, to C^Btes Oli- 
vw T^yte. 

Mr. Taytor is tte «m ^ Mx. 
uA lin. lUlther A. T^K of 
Ckaiapeake. > , 

Miss Morris is a gnMte of 
PfinoMi Aaoe Hifh Schaol rad 
is employed iby ii» Navy &• 
chani^ ^ LttOe <^teA. 

Ibr. I^yfor i^Auted fraa 

iMmd^n«d«Mt OflB^. He is 

the w«sldiDg wiH take ptase 
Aug. 24 IB Mmgaod Methotet 
■ChunA. 



GARNER— GALLAGHIR 

fmYmm-Mx. «d Mrs. wa- 

liMs fien^ CiMier of ft^^ 
ann(mn» the e^a^wnt of 
th^ da^iln-, ifiis I«e Adair 
G«ra@, to Dr. S^f^n Fr^^ 
Gril^ber. 

^. OaUaglMr is the son ol 
I^ancU IHuud Gattai^ and ^ 
Ifttolfn. GsHiMfiitT of GottHntas, 
Ohio. 

QftB Garner s a grKtaite ctf 
Prio^ss Anne Hi^ Sc^)id m4 
of !ltay Waalim^n College wkh 
a BwAdor's Degm in |»yelKd- 
ogy. ^le served m the ^Mtent 
Goverammt AsKidaAien and was 
sheeted for Who's Win AnoDg 
Stadro ls to Afflo^ean t^U^es 
taei UnivenitlM. 

Dr. CiaB^ia- m a gn^wte of 
the SaM Lwis Se^oA of Den- 
tisby wlwra he also in« idected 
for Who's Who Amom SWt^ 
in Ameriam CoU^|m rad UI)dve^ 
ma. Ite is a mnatoer of fti 
(tetsga {»of<»ii(»al fiatov^ «mI 
tiie .^nertom DmM AawdaAhm. 
He is fx&KU^ Matimad at ft. 
Belvoir, so-Hng as a o^t^ in 
the U. S. Amy Dental Coips. 

The weckyag will tate ]dace 
August 3 in i^ar <^ tiie Sea Ci^ 
oUc Churdi. 




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Have yoa zeached that tiiae at 
life whm yonr body eiq^rienew 
■tnuvpe ^w BensaticmB— wlum 
^^e minute you fed ^vdloped 
ia hot flushes and the next mm 

nervona, irritable? Are yoo m 
an agony of fear? Too titwbled 
to be a good ftiSe and motter? 
Don't Just suffer from the 
suffocating hot flashes, the sud- 
den waves of weakness, the 
nervous tensica thai all too fre- 
quently eoiiM witii tJte change 
when relief can be had. 




Find comforting relM tiia 
way coantlesa women have, 
with ^ntle Lydia E. Pinkham 
IMbleto. Sapeeially ikvehved to 
-Me wen^a itanmA fUt noit 
tiy^ yerM. In (b^or'n testa 
8 oat @f 4 women who took 
them reported wdeome effec- 
tive relief. And all wltlumt ex- 
pensive "Aots." 

Don't brood. Don't worry 

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inkham T^sUets at your drug- 
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WSS BAROAY'S SCHOOL 

WILL OPEN THIS FALL AS USUAL 

SEPTEMBER 3, 1963 

THE REPORT THAT THE SHOOL HAS 
BEEN SOLD IS IN(?ORRECT 

FALL TElit STMTS SEPTHUOl 3, 1963 




Mn* A^re'« &l«ry 

NOCT TO W&LO SUI*Clt MAUKVT 
«» 30TH ST. " VI^INIA BEACH OA S-^l 



Miss Pcrrei^ 
Bride ^ Capt 
ft C. Kfwwies Jr» 



BAY vmjmY—r\m ^apd 
dt Oe Qo^ ^Me|RKrd, Ckmaa 
Naval Air ^sAm^vm lOm sctti^ 
^ur^y at 4:30 p.n». fcw A* 
flMUfi^e ci Mot ^mi Wrtw 
^memri: i^ Oapt. R#ert 
Cfemem Kncmlm Jr., US^ 
Ll. O.g.) E. F. K^ <aifW» 
Oo^. XJSN, peifor^ ft« (^m- 
fflony. 

He tMride is a dflM^Mr «f 
C3nidr. Hal Ffwkta fwwrt, 
USN, <Kt.), and Mrs. INmmA. 
The bridegroom is tJ» son erf Mr. 
ai^ Mn. Robert Om^M 
Ki»wl^ ol Uiucom QMtop, 
Cohasset, Mass. 

The bride was pvm mi mar- 
rii^ ^ fm Mm. M»s Qu«4 
Cwtte was waiA of hmuH*. 
B^esmaids vwre Mis^s ftum 
Wo^mMtk mi PaOkn Pw^mi, 
si^r oi ^ brkie. 

John Hardy d OcAasset was 
best man. Grocnnsn^i w^re 
Charies Hatt^ ol Syiacu^, N.Y.; 
Rkdmrd D<Mriiam Jr. of N^v 
Yoric City; Lt. (j.g.) John C. 
»oeW, USN, of Pensacola, Fh.; 
Ltt. RaynvMid Welb of Farmer's 
City, 111., Chri^opbw Vala^ of 
WirtsttWMn, N.Y., and Ri^ Levui 
rf ^umwMI, Ck., ^ (rf tte 
U^rc, auA faak V&n^M^ tto 
teide's ixoAei^ ' 

A n»»ption wis fivoi at 601 
C^umlev nxMi, Bay Qrion^tho 
heme of the Ixitte's jparentt. mfter 
a wedding tr^ to TTie Green- 
brier, Whhc Suhfcur %rinp, 
W. Va,, tte ccM^ie will live at 
205-37th St., Virginia Beach. 



League-Rich 
Are Married 



SA1£M — MisB Ifary Im^ 
LMgue ol Viitfiita BeMbkfM^une 
the 1^^ of Jvn^ HemM Rich 
Jr. Saturday at U ajn. in Oiur 
La^ of I^ifetaal IMp C3iur(A. 
TbB Bar. Benutrd C. f^ten. 
CS^ perforaMd the oamsm- 

^ bri<to la a ^BOjfiiMfi^ 94 Mr. 
and Mn. WaMar ^hait Vm^. 
Tim tt^egi^tei ti ifiBwmfdUt. 
and Mm. James H. Rich ist Adon 
Rouge, La., and M. Geoife kta^ 
Fla. 

Ti» bri^ was ^fm tit inar- 
rii^ by iMr father. Mis Francim 
Ifargarrt Lei^, m^r ol the 
IMie, <vn» Biaid of hoi^or ju^ 
only attonluA. 

W^Uam AJi^ Brantley of New 
Ctetoaa^ La., wu best huol 
6it«a»nen were Richard War- 
nick of Warren, Ohio, and Wfl- 
Itam TiQ^in' Jeuies of ilorence, 
M^. 

Af^ a reception at Ifiddu 
Valky Cotmtry Club, tiie ample 
left i» a wedding tr^> to St. 
George Uand, fla. 'niey will Iwe 
M ma^^ (M Gdvermn^ St., 
Mobile, Ala. 

ftftMF mm 

NHUMGHi PAIN 

STANBMK gives ywi FAST rsli^ 
frtm ^Im ol (MilKbi, Mvalgia. 
Muritn, ^«iirw paint of trthrilis. 
rhaufflatism. Bt«tuse STANBACK 
cwiUiM fiiMral mMtosHy-aspr^ 
Mtf prtsffttMl ingredttnte wr fnt 
rtiM, yw ean Ms STAN^K witti 
Mifidence. Satlsf^^ pymteedl 

aiANBACK "^ 
agatart any 
pfVMiration 
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to¥« a Mzteui pnl^ It ww- 
*mi me nufee tadb Aqt. 1 lovt • 
1*1 who to Ttry ateartm W« 

npoi^ JAM ywur. Nov w* dw't 
Nte' iMi to irariE tUnga out at 
«•! Mtton «i^ ite doeia't seen 
to can to AM «■ tho did thw. 
What Art I do?" 

<MUm BSnT: H y«] real^ leva 
fl)« iM dn't ^v« up «adtF. So 
•om Mioua OtaUnf abo<it what 



ml^ have eaww! tor to Bke 
rott teat tiian aha M UM jtu. 
W^ ^M tto taoM ptffloi after 
iMo got to reaU^ kww ^u aa jou 
qwwNBd to iKi itf« ite flrat bet 

&>m^nea pe(^« be^ to"MR 
apart" because of aome Itttto 
PNriUeia tiler juat. didn't want to 
J^^M^iw aod do aometiifaig abrat, 
(Xbm, It it a wammSmBtuaOm 
fliat Blibt be dev^ iq> in mc- 
ooda tt bc^ todlvMoals wwU 



tnoMf, 

O^m, "ateadiea" will begin to 
bfcak m because one individual 
btgiaa to take too mucfa for grant- 
ad, « tegios to make decitiona 
(irttteM a fopference) when the 
tete«Bto of both partiea are in- 
volve. Nobody likea to be taken 
to grax^^ Ewyboi^ Iflew to 
make his Mr ter &vu ^^^na. 

fomettpet It ha^Mw ttat two 
pe^e toaa a^ a ^m ttat Umf 
am't realty "meant for Mdi (Ah* 
«*' aftw ^. Pnhai^, mm taMU* • 
vUual mid»s ttiia Aamrujr oA 
^en't ha^e tte (Mnnrage to ap^ik 
out. Here, Urn proeeas ol "Artftiag 
away" atorta aa an lu^mwdc^, 
but certata tiling. 

It'a a aad tiUog i^» a peram 
lovea lom^M who teean't love 
In return. Ywi can't "make" K}me- 
«e kive you-^ut you ean try. 

n r«a a«v« • Icmmi* yr«M«a r«a 
wsBt I* Ms««sa, ar k* •ks«rv»U*m 
*• MAk** •iirtia r»ar l**t«r t* 
fOK Alr» iUaoo* TBBNASVlia, 

KAtioifiix. WEBUiT in;wiiPAn» 



Personal Mention 



Cift. ajMi Mrs. Lee M^te* and 
tiHSfa* IwQ <tei40rten, who have 
btm ^leiidii^ several weeks at 
Oielr hwne in Cavalier Slwres, 
kft Wectam^ to mate GwAt 
torn in Gkhvtew, 11., wlwre 
Cq}t. MMher iM ime duty. TIm 
Mrtimt' foran^y redded in Co- 
lofiset, MaM. 



igrs. G. S. Jordan uid ber 
^u^ter, aUss TaXxitt Jordan, 
have ivtumed to their home on 
Brutito liane after spending «ev- 
trsl cU^s with Mr. aid Mrs. Brax- 
tdn Vaientine in Alexandria. Miss 
Joi^m parUcipated in the Mid- 
AtibgOttic Tennis Toumameirt at 
tile Congre^onal Count]? Club 
in Washittglon. 



Capt. aad Mrs. Julian T. Burke, 
Jr., aiMl tiwJr Imir dijQkiren hanre 
irrived ftwi Amu^i^ Md. and 
Mie nuddtag &mr imsm on Wind- 
for RMd in iBi^ Colony. 



lb*, md Mrs. T. W. Hmison of 
BidtaKmd ere sp&ading sevet&i 
> «t the Priacen Anne Coun> 




air. «!!d IK*. C. HaU hidings 
win Imn ilodar 4»-«^t ^Aeir am- 
ia<2aw uid d«H0to-, Lt and libs. 
IknAMi' M. ^)enttto', Jr., at 
<lieir iKMoe at Camp LeJeune, 
N.C. 



Dr. and Mrs. WilliMn S. Rey- 
nolds aiMl their i<mr children of 
DaBjffi, Tex» are apm^i^ a 
aus^ at a cc^ge on Sea Shell 
Botd. Mrs. Reynolds is the form- 
&: Miss Jean F««fbee <rf Norfolk. 



Col. Robert D. Heinl, USMC, 
Un. Iteinl ami their son. Michael, 
have ffiiived at the beach and are 
occupying the Wright cottage on 
53rd St. OA. Heiid recentty had 
iaty in Haiti. 



Miss litey Bunting of Norfolk 
is sp^^ng tl» sunmer at The 
Avmnere Hotel. 



Mr. ai^ Mrs. EWrid^ Whtte- 
lMir*t recently spent several daj^ 
at Tlie Greentoimr at White Sul- 
|Aur Spring, W. Va. 

Mrs. Don M<»es and Mrs. T. C. 
Iburvey aiui ber f<Hir children 



have reamed to tfiek homes in 
Appomattox after visiting Mra. 
Grover filler at her home 6n 
81st St. 



Mr. and Mre. Slwrwood CSium 
of I^tei^rg will spend tiiis 
we^eiMi as the guests <H Mr. and 
Mn. P. H. Allen at tteir home 
on Plpewood Road. 



Mrs. William Neilson, Jr., of 
Rid«rwood, Md. te vimting Mr. 
and Mw. W. Peyton May at their 
Bay Colony hon». 



Mrs. J. B, Downing and her 
daughter, Joan, who have been 
living on 3rd Street, have moved 
to their new home at 303 ^flj St. 



Miss Mary Howard of Tarboro, 
N. C. is viating Mr. and Mra. 
William E. Floumoy, Jr., on Poca- 
hontas Drive. 



Mr. and Wa, Robert C. Jacob 
and tenUy of Charlotte, N. C. 
are visaing Mra. Jacob's mother, 
Mrs. Gail T.,Huffatoer, si ti» 
MayfloM^r Apartoents. 



UNITED OPENINGS 
AT FRIENDS SCHOOL 

VJRGUU BEACH — fH«ids 
School, a coeducational day 
school for boys and girls from 
Kindergarten through Grade Sev- 
en, announces that there are a 
limited number of w^cm avail- 
able in Grjrfes Fiw and Six. 
TTioae interrated may call 4!»- 
7511 or 428-7853. 



Too many motorists are bec(mi- 
ing chronic hurry^arts. Yet, m- 
cording to the Ihrtitute for Safer 
Living of the Anwrican Mutoi^ 
liability Irawrance Company, 
haste on the highway is seldom 
jurtified. Repeated te^ diow 
thrt little is gained by exceeding 
reasonable ^»eds or by practic- 
ing such crude traffic tanglers as 
passing other cars with tisaie pa- 
per clearance, crowding the fel- 
low ahead, lane weaving and 
jumping, persistent horn blowing, 
and sbou^tering by on the right. 



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Druf Po<f»rn No. 339?. Go Jhf—-f\tm. 
rho >hrM-pl«c* iwJi, (fflorf in At own 
ligfif, fcto a nov Mgk fai fotMon wAon 
|b* jacfcat It faced to motoli tba Uovio/ 
'acJng mw/ fflofefc rila iodcal if ybo pr»- 
far. (daof tor lintn. No. 3291 coma* im 
ifxai 13.14,16,18, 20. I» lixm U jacM 
and $kirt fotra 3'/« yard» of 45-Jnch fah- 
rici oyarblousa an4 jodcat fcKing, 1% 
fordi of 3i-tnch. 

Naadfaworit PiMam No. 701. AHraaiv 
Samphr. 1hi$ lo*tly ero$$-$tHch patimrn 
mtaiurlng 10 x IS Incfiat wilt b» a com- 
ptimtnl to attf room, fattom No. 701 
contoJitf eomplaf* initrudfonf. 

Oi^ Naadfework Cofofog containing 
coupon for tafacflne ona poMarn fr»o it 
50 eanff. 

S»nd tSe tor ooeh drtu pattern, 2Se 
for each navd/awork pofttrn fodd 3c for 
•och poffBrn for third clou mailing and 
lOc lor each pattern for firtt elo$$ moil- 
tngi >o AUDR£Y UNE lUMAU, Box 1494, 
Naw rork I, N.r. 



The 'Y' of ft 




I hcve ^ ea^ tmA fttxm tte 

Y Wm Conference m Cti&bet- 
town, Ibry]^^. Tlmv we ttved, 
4ktm huidr^ giito irma fiw 
MI^ AUa^ic itrtes, m tim 
WaMs^m Ctitoge c»mpui. Hm 
conference yns «> much f^n and 
such an enrldUi^ a^enoMs ttttt 
I will newer for^ it. 1^ cor- 
fCTe iM^ t heme WM "WiJtee Up, 

Y TUS^, T}» ChaUojp is 
Yoursl" 

We <»rtalnly yrere chriten^! 
We got up at seven to begin our 
Iwsy day. After breakfast we as- 
sonbted in the audMorium for 
tlM fflomii^ program. It be^n 
with a song %ssion and a worAip 
service; and then we listened to 
an inspiring speaker. Alter ^ae 
aMre& we broke up into '^Iteac- 
tion Groups." In these we dis- 
ci^ied th« lecture and relived 
subjects. It w^ very intererting 
to hear the opinions of girls from 
dubs in other zt&^. 

After lunch and rest period we 
attended our "Work^M^" in 
Art, Music, Dancing, Dramatics, 
Woi^p, Newspaper, World Fel- 
loiwiup. Public Affairs Or Leader- 
ship Training, ^hen "Free Time." 
Swne of us went to the &»ack 
Bar, a popular lounge on the 
(ampus, where we danced, talted | 
and ate. Others, who preferred 
sporty played tennis, basketball, 
ping ^ng, or worked out on the 
trampolines. 

FoUovWng dinner and evenir^ 
program we gathered in small, 
grwps in mr pajamas and hair 
curlers in the dormitory rooms. 
Here, with the help of our "Liv- 
ing Group" leaders we talked 
over the experiences of the day 
or anything else that came into 
our mimb. 

During this marvelous week I 
ggined new ideas and experi- 
enced new feeling. Th^e ideas 
were given to n» J^ ti» other 
girls and by tl» esreellent tspeak- 

OS. 

One of oar ^wakers, Mr. Nor- 
man Watts, expressed the belief 
that every person is entitled to 
equal opportunities in 'afl areas 
of life. This idea was one of the 
main beliefs of the conference. 
Another important one was how 
much you influence the peopte 
around you by the opinions you 
ei^reas and hy your MJtions. 
Also, one idea was that, before 
you can help others, ywi must 
know yoursl. 

Other speakers, who were most 
interesting to me, were Mi« Anne 
Guthrie, hrst YWOA represeirta- 
tive to the United Nations, Miss 
Clara Montgomery, who worked 
in "Crossr<^is, Africa," and Mi^ 
Julia Kuncar from Jordan^ who 
has worked in refugee camps. 

Another nwun object of the 
conference was to give each girl 
a feeling of friendship and fellow- 
ship. Each did her best in achiev- 
ing this. I found that it was a 
most valuable experience to live 
among these girls of different 
bacfc^ounds, races, and religions. 

Guest Writer— Jane U-pson 

Member Amidaa Y TEEN 
CLOB 
Frank W. Cox &diool, Virgina 

Beach 



ART DISPLAY ON 
EXHIBIT HERE 

VIRG WIA BEACH — Eigh- 
teen ntor ^cftl^i hy New York 
artist Rj^iiM Bafdey $ae on dis- 
play in tfie In^telity room of 
the Gay Vaortlaner Motol. 

Tte exhibit coimi^ wkh 
Miss* Bartl^'s oiK-^roan ^m^ irt: 
Norfoft's Tidewater Arts Gal- 
lery wl^« 83 of h^ paintings 
and coiw etdiii^ are (» display. 
The ett^ings \^ be ^lown at 
tte Gay Vacatk>ner tfinmgh the 
month of July. 

Miss Hartley is the daughter 
of Dr. ami Mrs. Edward Hartley 
of 206 36U» St., Virginia Beach 
and sp^A her summers here. 

She has exhibited in eight one- 
i^an shows in Europe during the 
past five years and is under oin- 
tract in Rwne diis October. 






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Girnra rALMSi' aini life 

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Will giire yoa advice, 

lack, mi lecky 

H yea are a vie* 

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Meetifif Pembroke Elementary Scbol 

Service of Wofiiiip each Sunday morning at 10:30. Oiurcfa 
School will be organized in September to meet at 10 o'clock, 
at which time Worship will begin at 1 1 o'clock. 

Daily Vacation Bible School will be held for one week this 
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those with no religious committment are cordiaUy invited to 
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WHArS CASUAL 

When la hedy says "I wiant my bajretyle to \ock. casual," H's 
aometimes hand to decide juA w4iat d&t'a TaaHy Myii^ Certakiy 
your hair has a casual etfect when if s Ihnp, fanfar, uneven add 
unwaved. But Ihait's not the fmettiest way to ^xk. tad it would be a 
pnUby sorry way to leave the beauty salbn! We've f^ven the DUtttor 
much oaivful thou^fit. We ttvMc casual means soft, oaitunl. carefnee. 
And all three of these effects itake oaire! 

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Specif ltd Ar^Mi For &irf Ridtf s 
Mfould Be Step in R«ht Direction 



Members oi the Virginia ^ach Surfi^ 
Club appeared^ berf^e Oty Council tWs 
week and sought to hawe certain waters 
^esignat^ for surfboard riding. We think 
tfiis is a wise request in many ways. 

%3^lfically the club requited council 
to set aside wa^s near #»'pier tt #ie 
south end of the strand here. The dub 
suggested areas ©n each side of the fishing 
pier and far erKH>gh away from the pier so 
rtiat surf riders would not, in any way, -get 
m the way of fistmrm«» on #w plef. 

Coui*:il promptly accepted the idea and 
made plam to post the particular area with 
signs designating rtiese wa^s for surf rid- 
frig. This is a good start from sev^af angles, 
not the toast of which is the matter of 
water safety. 



While the area at the im0t «nd of the 
beach is ideal for surf t^Sng we believe 
that the entire- matter of boats and surf 
bowd riding might be expk^«d by city 
authorities with the view of.ehteignating 
other areas for this rapicRy growirMg sport. 
f* would be w«ll to have om«f areas des- 
ignated for serf riding with the sport pro- 
hibited in certirfn waters. 

We would ajggest that this matter be 
investigated. In some areas the surf riders 
aeate a safety hazard to pteasure boats and 
In some casts the situation is reverse:!- 
With d^lgnated ar^s established It would 
greatly elimbiate any friction between 
swimmers, b®alwnen anrf surf riders plus 
the more import*»t f^t that it would tend 
to improve the s^^ of the waters on the 
o^anfront and 'm tf*t surrounding bays. 



The Short End 



Hw ^^e, Wash,^ Ptost-lnt^^encer 
«iitw4aMa«s»n a tfuj^that deserves more 
public ui^»*t«idir^ «n the part of the 
imm m^m^mit^mt^ enjoys: "The basic 
rtfflcu^, h^^^wit BR any socialised wel- 
fare s«vic», is 1^ cmce the system takes 
rort, #»♦ i^Bif^rtrative overhead becon^ 
m txtensi^rth^^rf expensive that iht p^tc 
f^WM»rJly ^rts #»e short end of the stick." 

It u»s,rt5A Social S^xirity System as an 
1^ It was es^liihii m 1937 &n 



t^ #i«3fy #M^ ^ would provicte b«^ts 
%Ktpmm to riK^e availaye undw private 
^ns.'Sse what has haKfened: "... con- 
si*^ ^ ^M of a water today who at 



21 begins pa^lhg fM Social Security taxes. 
By the time he » 65, he wiU have con- 
tributed, betwe«» his &tm md his em|>loy- 
ers' paymeiis, over $?8,OO0. 

"If that same money were b«iked at 
4'4 per ^tf compounded quarterly, he 
would aa^Mate about $50,000 at re- 
tirement aft. Tliis money continued at 4% 
per f^M vi^d bring, ijn an Income of ^ut 
$2,125 yearty. On liie o^mf hand, S.S. 
p^^kmm^ $1,524." 

It can be acWed that SS. terminates on 
cfcath, save fpr very small bineffts to 
wli^ws. No caeh reserve is built up. 



'•mtmttiitlmmF^ 



GrassriMi^ C^p^im 



AhJTlOCH, HL, NEWS: "When laws are 
used to fores one private citizen to Wre, 
rent fo, sett to, anortier sp^lfrc person ot 
group oi p«rv»w, every Anwrlcan ci^ten 
lc»^ *llt^e mow C3# his individual freedom. 
The r»yo loses that fre«Jom right alcwg 
with, the rest of the people. ,lt may laok 
like a good, trade now, hwt his dfnkkm^ 
may welf wish he had guarded his rights 
as a dticen as ^ekHMly m he fot^t for 
r«jogniti<M!i. The fight against discrimina- 
tion will go on, but let's hc^ alt groups 
ke^ #jeir ev«s on the common goal. It 
should be a war to fr^ all men from the 
tondage of prejudice, rKJt to ensnaw them 
In * ^cmvmm^ bon^g^ of laws that limit 
personal fre^om." 



PKOS, TEXAS, INDEPENDENT: "We sub- 
scfMSe to the telief thai freedom w a ^ 
of Ofxit and not a political grant We be- 
lieve that fr^dom is consistent only with 
Christianity. We be^m^ that c«j«r wwHare 
shaU €k^end on our own initiative and 
ability, we believe In nnwrintaining a society 
In which the citizen has the fullest Individ- 
ual freedom and the government's primary 
and paramount role is the protection of that 
fre^kMTi." 



BERGENFIELD, N.J., TIMES-REVIEW: "If 
our sdwots are to be saved the threat of 
government regulations, the Administra- 
tion's mammoth $6 bilJicm aid-to-education 
bill must fc>e defeated so resoundingly that 
it vvill n«^ te offered again. . . • Let's 
ke^ urging our legislator? r»t to tet fhe 
naHonal ^vwnment add a fourth 'R' — 
for f^ulatlon— to the cun-kwlum of our 
scteols." 



WJPFALO, WYO., BULLETIN: ". . . Chair- 
man Harry F. Byrd of the Sen^e Finanqi 
Committee, and the best-Informed budget 
io^yst In the Batlpn, is not impressed with 
the deficit estimate. His own projection is 
that spending will top $100 billion and If 
the Kennedy tax cut is voted by congress, 
the deficit will be $14 billion." 



AtmXA, IhO., STEUBEN RiWmiCAN: 

"In re€wtt years we have had myre cases 

wh«e juveniles . . . have t«Nin using at- 

ohollc bM^m-ages. This, of OMjr^, is cftrect 

law violation. . • . It Is time ttie crime of 

peddHng Illicit bm^rag^ to minws is made 

• man wrious crime with heavy penaftm. 

This ^WJlng is p^ as distasteful as the 

i^ ^Sm. 8o#i are law violates bent 

>n fh# dwfruction of the heal#i and morals 

^wth." 



OAKDALE, CAl-, LEADER: "Three cases 

>t itf^ mawttnf ti# p^^ by power 

ow«» l^ve appwin^ In the Leacter 

v^to. l«s of ttngers, te» of 

u other injuria are all too frequent 

nr^m t^^^ OM^^ «A«k using 

but^w% mwttktw$. , , . 

Have Mrned by 

ri« say, ^t tJw power 

',,m4 b- »y-njned with 



MARKSVILLE, U-, NEWS: "Every elected 
or Appointed government official or boards 
receiving or otherwise handling public 
funds, should publish at r^ular intervals 
&n aa»untlng showing where and how 
each dollar of taxpayer rmmey is spent. 
The Weekly News holds this practice the 
greatest safeguard against OH-ruption ' in 
offlcs, and believes it to be a fundamental 
principle of democratic gKwernnrwnt." 

WEST BEND, WISC., NEW^: "President 
John Kennedy is preparing to ask Congress 
for pay hikes for top-bracket federal em- 
pby^s. . . . The truth is, tlwif^ few 
bureaucrats will admit It, th^ the benefits 
of government service are far greater than 
the usual benefits of private employment, 
in retiremer* benefits, in sick pay, in Wnge 
ber^its and in working hours. ... At a 
time when we are Maded toward wiother 
large deficit, certainly the time is iw^por- 
tune to prqjose bigger top-bracket federal 
salarlm.' 



TERRE HAUTE, IND., ADVOCATE: "No- 
lx5dy knows what will happen In the next 
war, but dm't be b^bive^ ^r all, y&j 

can't die but #ie time." 




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BASKEN' IN THE SUN 



Wf QmODOHWOKm 




I was mvHed oat to An«- tt» otter evraiag. Lovely peofrie 
wae HiKe. AH in aU, k^ww ene o( the nfcest ni^ts I've ^nt m. 
a k»g tane. Hw cxfwctwi^sm ^m fk^mM. No fist ^u occurred 
due to lu^te abo^ rinaiiHj. or pdkiis; and " 
tlKre were xwie good-hom^^ wmmk waa^riiE^ 
anxiod. Uke I say — tt w» a ak« ev^iag. 

Of ccNTOe, tl« mey was^edked txttsUe and 
Mrv^ o^si^. I tmym M^Md to be amazed at 
our 1»M ci "cocA-ouls^. I e^nurte that it has 
tefc» Ite oosrt>ia^ ^nm dT eiviUsatkn some- 
wtbHe in tim vkouf^ of fl^ ^Msand years to 
l^t ^ fife oitf ol & cwt flMe Ae house where 
the bogi w(»'t bite. I gue^ it mart have cost 
rcM^y 1^ byHoo doltars to petfeA Ae jMmv 
om ^Jtchea. M tfim ci all this-i-what h^femfl 
We've moved out c^ tie kibAen m4 Sam% mom 
into the backyard. No hostess would dre^ of seating her guests 
at a ta^ and serving them from ^ kitcten. It juM isn't done. 

* 

ImaKl— tfie feed a preptsed over a charcoal fire and serv^ 
cm plasth: |rfat». After yen have knded the ^ate wkh food, yoa 
mm the s&ass 4i balance of a ju|^^ to ke^ frrnn dro|^ing k c» 
flte gromKi belme ytm can get k in your mcradi. The seatii^ ar- 
iBOfemei^ aie basic. Ycni sk on <d» ground. I presume this is S0 
tie SfBte caa 0ft jp you easier. 

' Al ttuft would not be too bed if you A&i't iiave to listen to 
t^ host des^)« hk method. Fint ilieie is a kng talk on liie 
advantage of tte kind ctf chw»»l taroSer hs hm t^gtd up. 
Usually thw talk includes seveial ^ximid wcffds on the ad- 
vaan^es aad ^a^selmges of lie various brwds of diarcoaL 

After this comi^tc iMiAue on the medanks of (xoking, 
comes a ^dk on the {reparation of the food BEFCMUE k is placed 
ov^ Ac bed of dhareoal or hkkixy ctojps or wl»tever. This lecture 
is guasame^l to cause a loss of i^^^ke — whkh may be what the 
host has in mind. 

I en^^ tte evenii^. The conv^satm was stimulatii^. The 
dames were good^tooking. I mark it down as the W^-lJit erf 
my summer— 8© far. 1 <k) wish, thaigji, Aat they ccHild find an 
imoA repellent that dkln't make ^ toesed salad taste like cttiondk. 




Virginia Beach Mayor FraiA A Dwch wdcawra two ol 

the 900 ROTC Mkbhipmen that aBwed at LMe Creek Monday. 

Pfctured are (left) Ronakl SwantomU c< Edward&ville, Pa., aj^ 

Jeffrey Brown <rf Valky Forge, f%. 9lm$ m ftm I Stemt 

SectbB 2. (Navy Photo) 



Cor r espiMMleMis 



Mrs. Rita Velllnes 



Mrs. Doris Pacfrlck 



Mrs. Peggy Holland 



464-1229 Bayside 

Chesi^ake teach 
OcMn Park 

341-1978 King's Orant 

Piri«w)od Gardens 
&»tern Park 

428-7993 Bay Colony 

LlnkNwn Park 
North VlrglrHa Baa<^ 



Artrs. Edward Tippo 341-3674 Thalia 

(10 a.m.-4 p.m.) Birchwood Gardens 
A^llbu 

Mrs. Kay Johnson 341-49^ Clje^peian Col<^y 
i^Her 6 p^m. Prino^f^w^t Plaza 



FHMralt 

MRS. ALICE F. DOZmR 

PRINCESS ANNE — Mrs. 
Ali<% Flanegan Dog^r, 82, 
widow erf Gecvfe Wastungtcm 
Dozier and (baiter of John 
Wesley sm4 Mrs. Mary Brewer 
Flanagae, (fied $t hei Irome in 
Princess Anne SaUrday at 
12:30 p>ra. 

A lifdong resid^Bt of ^ area, 
she w^ ft member of Beedi 
Grove Metlwdist Church and the 
Women's Society of Cteistian 
Service. 

She k survived ty a son, 
Amos W. Dcwrier of ft-incess 
Anne; a daughter, Mre. Irvin 
Whitehur^ Sr, of Back Bay; a 
brother, John Flaaagn ot Vir- 
ginia Beach; four gra^Mildren 
and seven peat-gmodAMnen. 

TTie bo% was tak«i from 
HolhMnqn-ftrown Funerat Home 
to Beech Grove Methodic 
Church fer a fuiMral service 
Monday at 3 p.m. coi^^^ by 
die Rev. Ralph W. Johnsai and 
the Rev. Henry A. Harr^ Burial 
was in WiUowwood Cwnetery. 

MRS. l^Sm M, IU1VMAN 

BACK BAY _ Mrs. Bessie 
M. Newmas, 63, wtfi ol Wil- 
liam W. NeiraiM and daughter 
(rf Theodore and ^frs. Mary Twi- 
ford. dW IB a iK^Aal SatunJay 
at 3:20 p.m. 

A native of CunitixA Cwinty, 
N.C., she lived in Back Bay mc»t 
of her Ufe. She was a member o€ 
Oak Giove Baptist Church. 

Besides her hui*»nd, she is 
survived by a k«^ William W: 
Newman Jr. of WaO^i Air Fon» 
B^, RtMwell, N.M.; a tiste-, 
Mw. Emma Burg^^ of B»:k 
Bay; six biwthers, St. Qair Twi- 
ford, Albert Twiford, Luther 
Twiford, Norman Twtford and 
Leroy Tvriford of Back Bay and 
Marvin Twiftmi c€ Woo*ridge; 
and five ^-ao<kihildren. 

The body was taken from 
HoHomcm-Brown Fuiwral Home 
to Oak Grove Baptist Church for 
a funeral service Tuesday M 
2 pkou coMlucted by tilie Rev. 
Alvin St. Clair. Buriri v^ in the 
church cemetery. 



Rev. Samod G. IfarMM 

DURHAM. N.C. — Tte Rev. 
Samuel Gl Han^, 6t, le^ed 
Presbyterian mia^er, dsd &m- 
day in Watts Hos^iteL 

He wto guest minalM' &Mtey 
morning at FWUer MimmM 
Presbyterian C^mA Md wn 
strickm riiere aitumu^ 

A iwive of SmA Itekate, he 
lived his early Itfe in die Lyaft. 
haven s^tioo (rf Vir^m Beach 
airf at^ried La C»om« (W».> 
CoIJep and Unoa Ttedto^^^ 
Seminary, Rkhmimd. 

He held p&mtms* at lUm 
Hill 16 years, RoelteMp^ (^A^) 
Va., six years, Ihtttem tO ye^ 
and Iron Gate, Va., tma ymm. 

After retirenwtt A^ I, Im 
lived in Durham wd wm a tim- 
ber of Civitan Ch^ n^tte M^ 
sonfc Lodge. , 

tervivMS imlvdt his wfcfcw, 
Mre. Jessie Oiver Mumk, and 
a si^r, hn^ L^m Iten^s ^ 
Vir^aia^»c& 

A ftiamil serv^ i^ j^i 
Tuesday M 4 p.m. in Fu^ Us- 
motM ^esbyterian Church by 
ft. wa^w Cramptoa Beoeett 
« Tra^ Avcaoe nM«byt«riao 
Cbureh md tfie Rev. James 
Lkwd of Mount Bethel Pietby- 
terian C^^h. Burial was in 
M^ptieod Cemetery. 



THPr 



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i^m.L-eQuiPpm with yoM f^uRCHASE of 



ELETMCUN EXAMS SCHDHJD AT fM 

mmFOLK-^l^e Betfd el VS. 
Civfl SM<«ke V&vmea uoBtounC' 
m Qai apfiii^tiMt tonl^ Hit^ 
tion of ESectrktae iMemO^, lo- 
cated in the No^oik, VirgiiHa 
Beach, Parfe^Mu^ mi Ckitt- 
p&ke arta, will be a^epM 
through Ju^ 24. The pamn 
pays fnHU |2.81 to $3.69 per 
Iknit. 

A wiit^ t^ aiKl experi^K» 



jM xeqpfeed for mm p^^m. 
vm jBrOMMton eirt a^pHMMM 
$m» aa3f tM»' «il)tai!Mi by mm 
tac^ ttie Boasl of U. S. C3^ 
Service l^apMnwa. U. S. tkmA 

^ «l^^i| at >a^ §0^ ottce lor 
^sJicailm imm er Mvm^^m 
M to whaie Imm iBAy bt ^ 
taiaed.. 



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Oil Co. < 

D^ Of Mght 



PLAZA CHURCH 
HAS BREAK-n 

PLAZA — A break-in rt Prin- 
cess Ani^ Fbm Ba^iit Chorcb 
Tuesdi^ ni^ ratted only $t2M 
in p^ty idiange. 

•Hie Rev. Melvin J. iftighes, 
pasto* of the church at ^1 Row- 
nmA Road, said tturt'the thieives 
pried open a ride doo- to ttie 
buMing and brote a ^aas pane 
in the door to the church <rffice. 

A de^ was riflyed and ^ ^m?. 
tents sti-ewa akmt bmltm. 
Hugm i^posttei notiiii^ mis^g 

He s^ ti» breiric-itt ^otebly 
oenned bctiM^ai 11:» pjn. and 
9:00 a.m. 

Virginia B^eh PoUoe am kb- 

Over d» yeto, socni security 
b&»(^ hai« b^n kcKased by 
amNKbnenls te ^ lam. 1963 is 
the firat year in ^hich th* maxi- 
mum beiwfit of $127 per month 
will b e co m e pc^^Me ^uraris^s 
68 years erf aji^e w ohter who 
have had eamn^ of $4800 or 
more m every yeau- since 1958, 
and $4200 or more in earlier 
years. 

RSMHiT or cfmrnnm of ''bank or mcvcu bbXcht oc vk% 

fbda Beack ie Ike State of Vfc|^M< i». tt| gen of MbM Mine 29, HM^ 

I. OiA, baiaadn wMi etfair taiKs, latf oiA il^ te 

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IWITH Urgest Oty 

In the 

United States 



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CMiBtioM o€ S^tes ma eoHtiM snbdivMoM — — l_ 2,005,914.«3 
OOo- ben^ Rata, mnt iMedtaM ^Kiodtaf IMO.510.00 
stiEOtMn xif Federal apracto wid oOi|x>rattoat not 

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J<tty 11 — ftiyskie vs. New- 
l^«t BWl, 6:00; S^tx^rd vs. 

C&K at W. 6:(X); Lvmltaven.vs. 
SMMKdc « UK, 4;0<fc July i%^ 
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SC»TBALL 

J«ly U— ft^de vs. C^K at 
Wn, 6A^, July 12— SMtack vs. 
SMbMd at UK, 6:00; July 15— 
Seabowd vs. C&K at SB, 6:00; 
July 16^-^Bayu^ vs. Sei^ck at 
BW2, 6:00. 



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July 12 — S«ti«k vs. S«fc- 
bMTd at UK, 6:0); July 15 — 
C&K vs. Seatack K UK, 8:00; 
Seaboard vs. Newl^ at BW2, 
6K)0. July 17-^te^w;k vs. Sea- 
board at BW2, 6:00; Bayside vs. 
?»fcwl^t at BWl, 6:00.- 



DUFFER SOFTBALL 

July 11— Serfjoaixl w. Bay- 
«de ^ UK, 8:00; NewH^t vs. 
C&K, at BWl, 8:00. July 16— 
Sertward vs. Newli^t at UK, 
8:0); C&K vs. Seatack at BWl. 
8:00. July 17— Bayside vs. C&K 
at BWl, 8:00. 



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HIGH BOYS SOFTBALL 

July 12 — Seatack vs. Newlight 
at UK, 8:00; C&K vs. Bayside at 
BW 1, 8:00. July 15— Seatack 
y%. BaysidS at BWl, 8:00. July 
17— Bayside vs. C&K at UK, 
8:00. 

Army Golfers 
Top Winners 

fX)RT STORY— 'Ft. StMry's top 
golfers converged on the Oceana 
Naval Air Station recently for liie 
playing of the 1963 Ft. Story Golf 
Tournament. The match was open 
to both military and civilian per- 
sonnel here and the husband and 
wife oonrtjination of CWO and 
Mrs. Rd>ert Millican )raptared 
both championship flights. 

In the Military Championship 
Flight CWO Millican won a sud- 
den death one hole playoff from 
SPC Arthur Bingley Jr. <bo4h had 
157 at the end of ^ holes of 
play) to bring home the winners 
trophy and Mrs. Millican won tiie 
Civilian Championship fll^t with 
a 102. 

Other military competition win- 
ners were: PIPC Warren Pezzullo, 
Ist FUght; SSgt Carrol Childers, 
2nd Flight; Chaplain Charles Flip- 
peh. Third Flight. 

Civilian winners in addition to 
Mre. Millican were Mr. Roy E. 
Ramey, 1st Flight and Mr. H. 
Williams, 2nd Flight. 

Prize for coming dosest to the 
cup in the hole-in-one contest was 
taken by Lt. Col. ^t.) Donald C. 
Huddy. 

"Die trophy for the fewe^ num. 
ber of putts on the last nine holes 
went to Mr. Anthony E. Zink. 



Pa9»5-A 





Pictured at the Plaza Ottle Lei^e field dedication Srtuitlay 
are (left to ri|^) Jj«* Brant, coj«:h; John Aragona; Lymdiaven 
Councilman James Darden; Grier P. Jrtmaon; John C. Gndy, 
chauman of tiie Plaza Recreation CcmunMlee. 

PLAZA UHLE LEAGUE 
HELD IS DEDICATED 

PLAZA-r-'Tair play is more important than winning," Lynn- 
hav«i CouBdhmm James Darden told a group of young^ers at dedi- 
cMi<m cerMnoBWs Saturday opening two Little Lea©ie HeUs i^ 
Pimoeas AniM Ftaza. 

Ou4^ wert on to say that this was an mq[>ortant ^p in th^ 
livies in ttut th^ must learn the 



art of ^>oi^BanBhJp and assume 
their j e a pon aMi ffi ty for such a 
great privik^. 

He enojuraged the boj« to in- 
terest their parents in this en- 
d^wr. 

Alt iU» clrae of his dedication 
speech, Darcten threw out the 
first ball and laundi«l the open^ 
ing game between the Pirates, 
coached by A. J. Taylor, and the 
Braves, «)aehed ^ Frank J. 
Brant. 

John Anigona Enlerprises furn- 
ished the land for 4he two fields 
and Grier S. Johnson graded and 
prepared the fields for play. 

JohA C. Grady, chairman of t3ie 
Plaza Recreation Committee, an- 
nounced thM reg^tration for this 
sunm»r's teams will be held this 
Saturday at 9 ajm. at the fidd. 
All Plaza boys between the ages 
of 8 throu^ 12 are ur^ to par- 
ticipate. 

. CSiartes C^iAnian of tte Loo- 
don Bridge IMyKdilne and Welding 
Co. set up iie t>ackslQiis for the 
field. James O. Hu^ies, Peter 




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Sachon, Jarvis BeD and the Rev. 
W. J. Miller were instrumental in 
plannii^ the Little League pro- 
gram. 



Area Teams 
Enter Meet 

RICHMOND — Two Norfelfc 
yt9sm have eatered d^ Vir^na 
Amateur SoM^ AssociatUMi's 
First Annual lavitatioiul 16-Iiidi 
Slow Pteh Toumameitt in Rich- 
mond OB Saturday, July 13. A 
20-team field is the outlook. 

The Norfolk (xmtaicfers will 
be Manager Tom Beck's 
Freddy's Drive Inn and Manager 
John Copelaml's Copeland Mo- 
tors. These teams recently staged 
a practice 16-inch game in 
preparation for the toumameni 
and both were amazsd at the 
small 1-0 score. 

The ball, four inches larger 
than tltf regulation ball used ta 
league competition in the Vir- 
ginia Beach area, is deceptive ia 
diat batters think they can knock 
it over the wall. Instead they 
have found it difficult to get il 
by the MbMers. 

In CU:i^o, the bk bafl has 
b»n pi^ar siace mt If 20's. 
More Am 6,(X)0 (ams h% tlw 
16-incli ball in te^ue cooip^- 
tion. TTie 12-inch bajl is as 
strange to th/mi as the 16-indi 
ball IS to Easterners. 

The Amate^ir Strftball Associ- 
ation of America, which has its 
headquarters in Newark, N.J., 
granted the Virginia ASA spa:ial 
permissMM to hold the first 16- 
inch tournament in its organiza- 
tion. If the tournament in Rich- 
mond proves successful, ASA 
may decide to wid the 16-inch 
-ball to its annual program. 

A "bonus" to the top Virginia 
team in the Richmond 16-inch 
tournament Saturday will be ad- 
vancement to the State Open Slofw 
Pitch Tournament in Rkhmo^ 
on Sunday, August 23. The vm- 
i»rs in the district 12'indi skw 
pitch tournaments under Lt Oe^ 
Richard Kern in Norfolk, Don 
,4dkins in Qi^apeake, Jtack 
Campbell in Portmiouth Md 
Etewey Howell in Suffolk ate> 
will advance to die August ^ 
event. 

Other permns interestwl ai 
entering teams in the 16-m(Ai 
tournament, as well as the wm- 
en's slow pitch toumaro^R, Ml 
Saturday shouH caH Stote Soft- 
ball Commisskaer HaiJc Wofc 
in Richfiwnd alto 4:30 p.m. at 
AT 2-0506. 

Tidewato- teams m llm 
women's eveat are: Hi^wiift 
Laundry ol Poitsmo^ ^g^ 
Riders awi ^w^fi ef Viq|pii 
Beadi and XejMd U^nn e( 
Portsmouth. 



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V!i^!n»*B^A ^m-mm, Thursday, July M, 1963 
P«g# 6-A _^___ 

Bayside News 

Smiths Back Rev.. Rice Is 



From Camp 

»AYSa>E— Mr. and Mrs. D. B. 
teWi, Jr. of HoUis Road. Chesa- 
jptate Beach have returmd to 
^^ hmas from the Senior 
fyuip, which was held at Can^ 
iMtowielon, Hon Collet, N. C. 
The Smiths served as co-direotors 
vt the program. 

* riftTOD y«ing peopte fttwn the 
B^shte Qirfetian (3jurch attwrf- 
vi the camp, .^swrdlng to Mrs. 
Smith four Nati<mtl Caravan 
W^am w«re on tumd to take 
dw^ of the Bible ^udy pro- 
fnm and the Worahip ProgiMn. 
'^sm luois were nude up of 
<»U(^ and !)^ .school students 
ftwffli dtflerent parts of Oie cwn- 

toy, 

Mrs. Eari f arrell, of the Bay- 
^e church served as counselor 
and teacher during the (amp. 

Arcordii^ to Mrs. Smith all 
^ ywng ounpers canK away 
(^ a d^jer feeUhg for tteir 
i^^iut ai^ theur fellow man anA 
iM ta^e to reteim n«rt year. 

Ocean Park 
Civic League 

BAYSH>E — The Ocean Park 
Civic Lea^e will med; TTiuraday 
A 8 p.m. at the 0(^n Puk Fire 
Kation. 

TTie nwetings are regularly 
^^hled for the fin* "niuisday 
ai^ in tte month but dtie to tiM 
Ml dl July the metting was po^ 
pu^ a W!Mk. It is bqM ^^ ^ 
muff ixsAAmis as possibte will 
tarn mrt to* tte ineetii^ m tie 
§a^sA sums wU be <rf iirten^ 
to tiw aim. 



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Guest Pastor 

BAYSDE-^Kev. G. Julius Ri<». 
former pastor of the Baj^ide 
Christian Church and presently 
stationed at Thousand Oaks, Cali- 
fornia, will be gu^ ^}eaker at 
the 11.00 a.m. Wor^p service at 
the church next Sunday, July 14. 

Rev. ftice and his family are in 
the Bayside area on vacation and 
his fonna* parij^ners will be 
very gl^ to see him. 

The church is having a "cook- 
out" next Sunday afternoon at 
4:00 p.m. on the church grounds. 
In addition to food 'there will be 
ganws for all ag^. 

The Official Board of the Bay- 
side Chri^ian Church met Mon- 
day night, July 8, at 7:% p.m. at 
the clwrch with the chairman, 
W. D. Nagg, presidinj?. 



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fT^TAItT R. OIIM.IY 

flnoOf^.^ AF6, Ak.— Se«- 
ait It Gidtey of Vii^^nia B^di. 
]ii8t)een pmtui^ to airman first 
dM in the Untted SU«es Air 
Pwce. 

Aimfoi GUk9, HO of Ma^ 
and Mrs. fUwi E. Gidl«y of 
Cherry Potot, N. C, is assigned to 
Headquarters, M(rt>i|e Air Ma- 
teriel Area, here as an ttb:tTaft 
gttmnd equipment r^airman. 

Tt» ainasn, a fr»luate of 
Princess Anne Hi^ Sdrad, I^nn- 
liaven, attended the Univer^ ot 
Alaft^ana. His wife, Jeaaae, te the 
dai^^ter of Major wd Mrs. Jay 
H. easier of "^60 West Grove 
tUad, Virginia <Be«A. 

Ainnan Gidley's father is sta- 
tioned at the U. S. Marine Corps 
Air l^stkin in Cherry Point: 



Smne per^ms bom hdort 
1897 who have earned $4800 or 
more in every year tiaoc 1958 in 
w<M-k covered liy socul security 
njay qualify for the top benent 
payment of $127 in 1963. 



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wood Witt htt wife lu^, mi 
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ttent q4 tl» tovwtoent OMpon- 
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VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1963 



TAPED CHIMES SOUND 
IN FORT STORY GHAPEL 

ft)RT STORY— WMore ttiere'a a will, there's t way, the old 
saying goes, and when Chaplain <lst U.) Mwart A. Flippen <rf Fosi 
Stoiy decidMl he wanted dUnws for the i»i^ chapel he found a 
way . . . d^ito a Un^t^ tn^get. 

Chaplain flippen strongly Mieves that chimes play m important 
part in creating i^ligious swai^- 



ness in a connHmii^. 

And it was thia l^ing that 
greater richness could t)e brmil^ 
to the reU^ous dtafteraion of life 
on the pc»t that sent him on Ms 
aea»:h im cMni» for the chapel. 

But )w was stopped ^ort when 
he found that the cost of ludi a 
prbject was way out of wk^ of 
his budget. 

While he was invdved in tiM 
search he dropped in on an old 
school friend who b now pasted 
©f a Norfollc church. 

Oiaplain Flippen learned that 
his friend was using recorded 
chimes in the church and that 
this paaibly was the answer to 

MAKES DEAN'S LIST 

CHARLOTTBSVliJ:. Va. — 
Miss Deanna Jone^ daug^r of 
Mr. ai^ Mrs. Alvah L. Joi^ 
M-CJD., Friiu:ett Anne, is anwi^ 
tk InKhiMes In the Unsveitfty of 
Vii^aia Sc1h}o1 of Nuniag degree 
pn^ram to lie named to the 
dean's Ust iw tiie aecimd amim- 
ter. 



his own prj^lem. , 

To asMre the best p«Hit^ 
quah^ for the transo^otion tiiat 
he was to use at fort Story, the 
chaplain soufht thf aid of Capt 
ArUe Scott, commanding offi<^r 
of the SS5tb who was at that ttoe 
i%cord« of the Protestant Chap- 
lain's f\ind. 

Using the captain's stereo aei, 
tte two men put on tape a half* 
hour ol religious -and a half -hour 
of patriotic music. 

Now th^ chimes anind out iMid 
and clear over the post on Sunday 
mornings and thitmghout the 
week at the cloae of tbe workii^ 
day. 

And ^ project is stiH grow* 
ing. Chaplain flippen plans to in- 
crease the variety of seteottons by 
adding Easter and Christmas mu- 
sic. However, the setection is al- 
reai^ varied enou^ to use ap' 
pc^0^ music for i^iecial oo»* 

. Chi^lain (Lt. Cd.) Albert J. 
CSi^)€telaine has been invited to 
add tradiiUomd Catholic setec^ons 
to the chapd's tape library. 

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Methodist Church 
Has New Pastor 



V^(MWi flKACH— Hie Rev. 
Beverly Felty, under Qie appoint- 
ment of tlM Vii^a AniMial 
Methodist Cmference has re- 
pl«»d the Rev. W. K. Haddock 
as rastor of the Vii^nia fie^ 
l^6(ttst Church, at 207 imh Sl. 

FriOT to his appointnMnt hei«, 
Rev. f^lty served as fw^r of 
the (MM MethodM C^rch in 
Arlii^n, Va. 

He is a men^r of the Virginia 
Annual Methodist Conference 
Board of Serial Concerns, %rvii^ 
with tiiat body's Divinm of Peace 
and Wnid Order, and is a di- 
rector of the Viiiinia Methodist 
Conference Credit Union. 

A native of Roanoke, Va., Iw is 
not entirely new to this irea hav- 
ing Mrved frtmi 19tt to 1^ as 
paiA<»- of tlw Che^rfleid tt^tAs 
MethodM Church in <N<n<ott. 

Rev. ^Ity is a ^aduate of 
Randolph Macon College in A^- 
taod, Va. and holds a Bachelor of 
Divinity degree tofta tl^'Canj&r 
School of Tiwal<^ at &nars(m 
Univeraify, Atlanta, G«. 

He served as a Navy Chaidain 
during World War n In the Pa- 
cific Theatre frwn 1944-48. Fol- 



lowing his Navy am'me he was a 
director of the Westey Founda- 
tion at VPI, Bladcaburg, Va. 

Youth activitiM have figured 
prtnninently in his experience 
and Indude five y^ra as a coun- 
selor in Southern oimp pri^rams. 
He ias also serwd as a counsel(M- 
of sub<U^rk:ts of the Methodic 
Youth F^omfaip. 

Rev. Felty is cuirently meeting 
with church leadei^ and officials 
to ^termine the needs (A the 
church and to outUne a program 
for the current church year, end- 
ing May 31. 

"We hcwe to iKcomplish what 
the Lord wants us to do and to 
cok)perate with tl» otiier (tenom- 
inations in the area," he said. 

He and his wife, the forawr 
Biargaret Stanley of Roanoke, live 
at 313 ?2nd St. with their two 
cUIdren, Gwen(toiyn Sue, 12, and 
Michael Lee, 9. 

Tlie iWrginia Methojiist Confer- 
ence af^ints its {Motors on a 
year-to-year basis and a ^tstor 
spends an average of torn years 
in om church. 

Tlw Rev. W. K. Haddock, form- 
er pastor of flie church, is on sab- 
batical leave. 




Editor Impressed 



1^ artM's ^tdi f^ows how the new 1787,814 \JJ&. Naval, Manne Corps and Coast Guard Keserve l^ainlng Center at the little Creek 
Ai^hlbiMis BaMe will look when ccnnpleied next year. <UJS. Navy P hoto) 

At Little Creek ^ 

NEW RESERVE TRAINING CENTER BUILDING STARTED 




LITTU; OSSEK — Ground 
brsiking <%remotues (for the new 
|7S7,ei4 joint U. S. Naval, Ma- 
rine C<ap8 and Ooa^ Guard Re- 
sMve Titiidsg Center at tiie lit- 
tle Creek ^^^hfluous Base was 
iwid l^esday aft 11:30 ajn. 

Milttary olfkdals r^xrea^ting 
tiie three i^rvteM wh^ wp be 
aerv^ by Ibe ^^sMir puH^^ed 
in the eemaony. &>vftat^WM i|W« 
im»d to filds lMd@3, ih€da<ung 
tlie mty&ta of Norfolk, Poit^ 
flWttti, ViiiMa Beach and Ches- 
apMiie. 

Rmt Adm. Wallis F. Petraisi, 
««Miian<teit 5& naval di^Tic^ 
who heads navti N»en« oipni- 
zirtioiH m his dMrict, was prind- 
pal ^^iGS*. 

Rear Adm. W. C. G. Churdi, 
dire^r yards and docks, Atlao- 



Revwmd felty 



m^mawtm 



Reunion Planntd 
For Crippleti 
Children's Unit 



RIClOfOfm-^At the Cripided 
Children's Howpiial in Richmond 
plans are being nuKte for a reun> 
ion. This fe n<* the usually calted 
family reunion, but it nas the 
same feelii^ of anticipation. For 
this is when foruMr patients re- 
turn for iQidr dieck*up at the 
quai*terly clini<» to be held Ju^ 
14 and July 21. 

Physicians conductii^ the <^- 
ics at Crippted Children's Hm- 
pital, as w^ as Che rest of the 
medical staff of the hc^pital, are 
prominent Richmond doctors who 
give their services absolutely ftee 
of charge. AU %rvices of tl^ hos- 
pital, as vwll as bed and board, 
are free whether the nature of 
the iMtieirt's need is <»<thopedic 
or plastic surgery or treatoMnt, 
dental care, speech then^y, jAys- 
ical or occujwttonal therapy. Chfl- 
dren from 71 countl^ and 25 
cities of Virginia are expected at 
eadi of the July clinics this yeast. 

Crippled Children's Hospital is 
a private, non-proftt in^Muthm 
supported ijy donations, offsii^ 
free ho^utaMzation and treatenedt 
to uy sipfded child from bhth 
to the ^e of eigMeen ^u^ 
whose family is unable to pay for 
needed care ^A treataient K a 
not coni^e^ m any wi^ with 
the Vlx^biia Society for Ci^Ied 
Childrm and .^lults wMh 'w4kh 
tt is KmMmm (mtfused. 

AQ &me wtth iMspe. Maqy 
c<Hne witti joy omx sedng their 
form^ iam^ the (kxtoi and 
nursM and <^er meniien of Vb» 
s^sU. Itot of all they awm wMh 
grettbite to ^dr ^mshoa^^ 
wtnre tiH^ wecie ipvu ^m fa 
^^ yMn. And tim as tt^ 
leave, Agy tewe btUaA actanlr^ 
turn for ^km x^Mirage wd de> 



tic, last w«ek anncnmced that tiie 
Fox-Sadta' Construction Co. of 
Virginia Seach had been awarded 
a cMttrect tor constructi<ni of the 
facility. Tbe Norfolk fiim of Hd- 
land and l^uiver designed the in- 
rtallatiw. 

•Kie i»w center will provide 
training for 1,200-1,500 Navy, Ma- 



rine Corps and CMSt Guard re- 
servists. It will serve the cities of 
Norfolk, PortsmwiUi, Virginia 
Beach and Chesapeake; the Vir- 
ginia Si^tem Shore counties of 
Acconuick and NorUiampton; the 
Vii^nia counties of Brunswick, 
GreinsviUe, Su»ex, Suny, South- 
amp^Mi, Isle of Wight and Nani^ 



NEW €HDR€H FORMED 
AT PEMBROKE MANOR 

PEMBROKE — Tl» new Pembroke Manor Congreptional 
Church, tiM &tA church in tills c<Mmnunity develofnnent, will hold 
lt4 first a«vices Sunder at 10:30 a.in. in Pend^roke Elementary 
School. 

The q)ening of the church ends a 6-m<Mith8 sttidy ti&i was 

s|Mmsored by a onnmittee from 



Norfolk and Virginia Be»di 
churches. 

This cotnnuttoe was composed 
of Dr. Fniik R. Hamilton, Chris- 
tian Teoqile; Dr. Charles F. Pe- 
gram, Bayview Boule^^axl Unit^ 
Church; The 4tev. Earl Farrell, 
Bayside Community Church; the 
Rev. Samuel Nelson, Lynnhaven 
Colony Cinnmunlfy Church; Qa 
Rev. Carndl lewis, R(»«nont 
Church; Dr.« Edgar Lwn Smith? 
president emerttus of Elon Cok- 
lege, N. C. and field %creiary of 
tlM Eastern Vir^nia Conference; 
and the ftev. L. Bill Simmons, 
Greait Brid^. 

AAer «irveys and conferences 
with (tenominational officers in 
New York, it was tiedded that 
Pembroke Manor offered the fitt- 
ed opportunity avalMde fcH* ^e 
new church. 

NMr HitMHe Site 

Tvro acm of land was pur- 
chased, adjoining ithe historic 
I^nAroke Home, and a Montclair 
model home was contracted lor a 
parsonage. 

The |»il(»^te was acc^ted by 
Dr. Pegnun, a f<mner Army 
dttplain who has served as paAn: 
of Bayview Congregational Chris- 
tian Church in NorfoEk for ttie 
pi^ five years. 

Dr. Pegnun will move to Pmh- 
brote about the fiitit of August 
and in the opening weeks he will 
be assisted by Rev. Sinmions 
wiiile he fimshes his paston^ in 
NOTfdk. 

Mn. P^ram, a councilor ^ 
NiHTiew Junior High School, has 
oiiMriMed greatly to the prt^- 
r^ of titeff pr^ent parish which 
ios more than doubled in m«n- 
b«:riiq) md »;tivities in the {^ 
tm y«an. Si» directed the choir, 
tM^^ a mi]^ ^uday School 
tkm wd wu active in Women's 
a^ Y<oM activities. 

ncv. vad Mrs. il^ram hai« a 
ma nn^ n^ l» Ol Obedin Col- 



j^e in September and a 16-year- 
old d^ighfter who will be a junior 
at Prin<%ss An^ H^ School 
this ^. 

Dr. Pegram has bwn active in 
fraternal and Service Club activi- 
ties in many ccmmHmities durii^ 
his ministry. 



Firing Areas 
For Pendleton 
Are Oiitiineit 

CAMP PeflXJETON — Marin- 
ers are wanted that the 107th 
Artillery Brigade (AD) Headquar- 
ters will conduct firing of 40 mili- 
meter guns on an intermittent 
sdiedule between July 22 and 
August 1. 

The dan^r Eone in the Atlan- 
tic Ooeatn ott Camp Pendleton 
was described by headquarters as 
follows: 

'*A11 of the water area seaward 
of the mean high water shore 
line within a sector between the 
radial lines extending 8,000 yards 
and bearing ^ degrees true and 
166 d^rees true, re^)eotively, 
from a point on shore at Latitude 
m deg.-^'09" N,, Longitude 75 
deg.-98'-45" W." 

T1» folkrwdi^ re^iMon will 
be in ett^t 

Firing ^laU be »i^)encted as 
loi^ as my vessel is wtthin the 
danger zone. To this end, look- 
outs Aall remain jK)sted at all 
times during firing perio(b. Ves- 
sda may transit the area, but may 
not ranain therein exc^t in cases 
of emer^ncy. 

No fi^g ^lall be done during 
hcurs of darkneas a: low vi^»l- 
ity.. 

When firing is in progress, red 
flags shall be lU^tla^ at. «>n- 
spionus tocMxns on the be»:h. 

llw firing is sci»dttled fiitxn 8 
ajn. to 5 p^. on Ji^ SS, 23, 3&, 
29, SO, 31 and Au^at 1, ffid from 
2 pjs. to 6 pjn. aa Ally 1&. ' 



mond, and tiie 16 maritiine coun- 
ties of North Carolim. 

The new installation will re- 
place temporary Naval and Ma- 
rine Corps Reserve Training Cen- 
ters at Portsmouth and Norfolk. 
Neither center was originAlly 
planned tor long term trsnning 
puntoses. 

The center wUl be located on 
Navy property, adjacent to H^h- 
way 60 (SSiore Drive) about one- 
quarter mik «»st of >^n^M<ms 
Base Gate No. 1, n«ar the M^- 
section of Little Creek Road and 
Shore Drive. According to offi- 
cials, the center will be ideally 
and centrally located for the large 
and widespread number of re- 
servists wWch it will serve. 

The center is scheduled to be 
completed by June '1964. It Will 
be under Navy command. 



Vet. Claims 
Top$97,000 



NORFOUC — Within the p^ 
year veterans and their depend- 
ents m Virginia Beach Borough 
have receivMl |97,738 in benefits 
and the area that was formerly 
Princess Anne County has re- 
ceived an additional $11,438. 

The Norfolk office of the Di- 
vision of War Veterans' Claims 
issued the figures this week in its 
annual report that ran from July 
1, 1902, to June 30, 1963. The 
Prin(%ss i^ne figure was for a 
six month period only, ending 
DecenAer 31, 1962. 

Located in the Professional 
Arts Building, the office aenres 
Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesa 
peake, Veterans Admiidstration 
Center at Kecou^tan and the 
couMies of (Northampton ami Ac- 
comac. 

Claims Agent Maurice J. Hun- 
ger of Virginia Beach maintains 
a regularly scheduled itiiwrary to 
the Alan B. Shepard Civic Center 
every second and fourth Thurs- 
days from noon to 4 p.m. He took 
over these visits from Area Di- 
rector Thomas A. Moore on 
March 1. 

A breakdown of the totid Vir- 
ginia Beach-Princess Anne figures 
includes: $13,070 was obtained in 
the reporting period in service- 
connected veteran^ ^aiuMy 
cosi^nsation; $18,8^, nt^-serv- 
ice veterans' disability pewons; 
125,476, benefits for orphans, 
widows and dependent parents 
and |33,(M5 in govemmeM life 
insurance d^th proceeds. 

"ne balance of tl» tot^ figure 
was in mlKellai^cms mag^i 
mch as txirial allowiw;^ train- 
u^ and others. 

TlKre were 318 vetoans in tiie 
Virginia Beach area who SeA 
dahns or resolved prabtoms^ the 
r^ffft states. 



Unity Of City 
Residents Here 
Great Asset 

BY RUBY JEAN PHILLIPS 

VH«r!NlA BaEACH—"Vii^ia Beach is becommg a cojhplete 
city made up of thoughtfiil citizens concerned about its future |^n- 
tial rather than an accumulation of individual communities going 
theif s^>arate way4" 

This was the unpression Allen J. Fagai^ editor and geaaii 

manaf^ of Resort Management | — 

magazine, had last week on his 
first visit here in nearly 10 years. 

In fast years, he said, Virginia 
Beach was populated primarily 
by two sets of people: the resort 
supporters and the readenUal 
onainuters. Today they seem to 
ha^ c<»ie together and are 
marking toward <me goal — to 
aake Vhrginia B^ch the "finest 
i^dential resrat city in the 
world." 

While sboppu^ in the business 
district Ta^lixm said this point 
became dbvioas to him. "People 
in ^te stores are aware that this 
is a community that wants to 
grow," he saki. 



Honws Add Charm 

Tlie cAiarm of tl^scity, he <H>n- 
lends, is tbit 80 per eent of it is 
nade up <rf^^t^Mential h(»nes and 
this ke^is the resort firom being 
cqjd ^p4 ^rkfl^ comm^did like 
mrnay other Ea^ C^at touri^ 
spots. 




portunities to shidy and write 
about resort cities. And, becwse 
of his extensive experience along 
these lines, h«i a few point^^ m 
hnprovements that Virginia 
Beach mi^t m^e. 

He feels promotional im>sriam 
on Virginia Beach are laclcing two 
wry important feabires — the 
new^ ^filai^ed ^y's fascmatii^ 
histtay and the lesso* known bod- 
ies of water. 

wno Tiw OCMN1 nas mwi invt' 

playad while mch kM^kjf, ma^ 
uni ipeto at Badt B«y have 

NTNS tllS dMHVCfWfMfCS ntm 

imriw Vii^ini* Baaeh • pirn*- 
anf, fine rtwrt area. Toe efttn 

'Ttw historical 
dtouM bo wnplMSfaii 

ffMnifliy niVV DMRf I 

is arwihor Cdnoy lilaiidL Ami » 
Isn't. Ifs a fin« ralo raonrf. iM 
offafS fOwortion alon| wMi llw 



ALLEN J. FAGANS 

Having been in the pubhaMng 
Imsiness for aboirt 38 years, this 
native Virginian now living in 
New Yorit City, has had many op- 



The city's silhouette has 
changed considerate in the past 
K) years, he noted, and it, obvi- 
ously has been done with pbmned 
improvements tluA r&tch Umard 
its fulfilled potential. 

"I hope that the interred p^ 
pie will continue to reida<% tht 
outmodM ao»nmMdations with 
modem fadUties ttat fit into tte 
ima^ of Virginia Beach," he 
said. "U there is no pkmMJBg 
among your k$^ operators rum 
toward the future, the c^ will 
mm the boat." 

But th«« is <sm thing hse 
that few lesaAa have: '*A ddH>- 
erate wiUingn^ to excbai^ in- 
formation between n^pera^m— 
such as cooperation and uad^'- 
standing between city offkkd^ 
merchants and motel ownes — 
wMch the city didn't used to 
have. This will be the savii^ 
grace of Virginia ^«di." 

Ftgaias stayed at the Ca^^ito^ 
Hotel durii^ his Met visit here 
last week. 



College Midshipmen 
Here For Training 

U.S. NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS BASE, LITTLE CREEK. — 
Nine hundred Naval Reserve Officer Training Coft^ MidshifMnra, 
representing 36 ccdleges and universities (A the eastern aiKl imA- 
western United Slates, were officially welcomed to the TIdewMsr 
area Monday, many for the first time, in a ceramony held at die 
Amphibious Base Theater. 



Fresh from OHnpIeting their 
second year of cli^room studies, 
the group of new 2nd Qass Mid- 
shipmen began arrivmg at Little 
Creek last Satunday to undergo 
a strenuous |M<^ram of amphi- 
bious warfare tmining. 

Vice Admuti Horjrcio Rivero, 
ocxnmander Amphibius Force, in 
^^coming the trainees, point^l 
out the wonderful refetionship 
existing between the Navy and 
the two cities <rf Norfolk and 
Va. Beach." "The Amphibious 
Force," he stilted, "is proud to 
be part of tfus community." 

Rear AdiA«| lanes C 
Dhms^) MMMMder Ajr» 
pWhtam IMUtaw CommmI 
mi te meet who b fai 
chHfe ot IhtsM^ trritfii« 
IrtuwBOi Mtyof 



Fmk A. Dosch of VfaiWi 

Beadk, aad Frederick 1^, 

iMstant tity aamagpt ei Nor* 

toft. Both mm asmcd tt» 

iiiiibhl|»ea flMir dtfcs iMve 

going '^ oM^to ■nke^dr 

rtiiy as n^ysUe am fttMUf. 

As an ukiitioiad gsrtttf# of 

friendship. Ray pre«Bted a rep* 

lica of the Norfolk mace to^gd 

Class Midshipman C. C Attraft 

Jr., tl» mi(^ii»ian r^MMMal 

commamto'. 

WedB«<fav n^it, te NAR- 
MID Ball, the <mm s«»al o««nt 
during the training period will be 
held in haafx tii die midshipmen. 
Dauidi^ and friends of quIttL 
families In the Tidewater ar 
and ycNu^ hdte from varic 
nursi^ »boc^ oofiqpi am, 
civic grates tew been iairited «a 
^hwe kkme laaiMl^ 



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COMMUNITt 




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Thursday, July 11, 1963 




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6:15 PJjf.—tVaiai^ Uoioo 



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VACRLAWN BAPTi9T CHIMCH 
(W. T. CoelH Sdnol. 1^ St) 
i:45 Mb— awkf SAeel 

II.-00 AA^IMen^ Service • 
7;:30 pM».—»im^ Wei^ 
f :30 pjB.— Wed. Ftafo- Seniet 




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«Ri^ flMiUMTand all the vliila 
4N mMI baa faaa fliraiigli« and 
Mw Ow latter roa arad and pay 
tiiift pifl)per veatBfe « will go 
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aoM wlv wt. 

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ll:iO AJ4.— mc^ tevioe 
7:30 PJd^ CiwIiM Service. 



ST. NICHOLAS 

CATIIW.IC cmmai 

UOe Neck llMi4-4aii«*a Grant 

Rer. NcMaa I. Rabeli 
Su^w Maam: 

8:f0 and 10:30 AJ^ 
Cotitemkim: 

4 to 6 pjn. ^ituidiyi 
Cateckwn Oaaa: 

10^12 Satamfaiys 
Bai^WB: Ater 8:30 ajn. Masws 




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Sev.ai. 

10:00 

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tlie nefwly «rai>iaed niariui and 
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LoadM M%;% VM^ 

9:^ ajB.— Soo^ SAoot. 
11K» a.ra.— Mwiri^ W«^ 
6:30 pMi.~Ttmm$ Uaicm 
7:M p.ni.--^fliiii^ WonA^ 

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ki Priooen Asm Oounty oe Hafenimr 
615 M aBe Pttet Oeeaae ^ »atai 

OB TotA. 

T. J. Timii^ Scrfl« ae MMrtv 

&ia*^ Seiool — -^_ 9^5 AM. 

Woirfrfp aervkse ^ _11:45 A.M. 

Ewadiv Jtemiee 7:30 PJI. 



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CATHMJD cmmca 

• t4A Sfaeet ad Ardie Oitde 
HEV. niANCB V. BAMHOCK 
Saadagr Jkiaan: Winter. OKIO. 9:30 

ll:tO »m. mi 13:15 pm. 
Sn^aer, Jtee ISdi mm Labor Dey. 
7KW. 1:00, 9:30, 11.-00 tm. and 
12:15 p/n. 
Moiy t)my%, i.OO, 9:30 ejn. nd &30 

p.m. 
Coo&HioMt 4:00 to SKN) and 7:00 

to 8.-00 p.m. Saiunl^ 
Wededey Mas. 3 «jb. 

SUMMi» SCHEDULE 
Now thru Labor Day, unday Mass, 
6, 7, 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. and 12:15 
l^.m. Daily kfoo, 8:45 a^n. 



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•AtBDM BttFiMr onmea 

1«M Pteaam Haaw Road 
Piater leaca ▼. De Pee 

3:30 * ll.-OO A.M.^Woaiiip 

Servke 
Soad^ Sdwol— 920 & 10:10 Am. 
•:0U PJI.— evgent Strnot 

ST. MATMEIVS 
CAIVOUC CHlTRai 
Ifcadia Laae, ¥■. Bcadk Te. 
MtaacR 7s3«. MO, 1^ ft 
13 Noea. 
Coideaaloa eac^ Si^imtey 4-00 fuoi. 
to 5:00 P4I1. and 7:00 pMo. to 
8:00 pjn. ' . 

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J Ph oae 1^5^3 13 

rmiAsmsa^ marmt cmmca 

419 (Miaroek Read. NoilMc 2. Ve. 
tUfw. CawriM T. B t i BMA 

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II-IX) a.ffl.— M<aiB]4 Wun^ 
7:30 pjB.— 'Ewatos Wonl#. 

KALA C^JMS (Mr <^RlSr 



10:00 A.M.~-Miie School 
11.00 A.M^-Mo«og WanUa 

7:30 PJd.— aveeiiv Woolrip 

cmunm or cxKBT 

831 Va. BMcfc Blvd.. Oceane, Va. 
imm ir, SMiB, MIrirtw 
10K» a.a.-.Mde Stody 
11:00 e.«. -^ l iiAMt Wor^Mp 

6:30 pjn. ^Eweni^ Wonhip 

LW NHAV IN COU3NY 

UNiTCD cquRcn 

Ooop«catiearf OuMiaB 
Great Netii: Roid near Sbon I^. 

Sev. Sen Ndaea, nader 
9:45 ajn.-.-Swd^ Sshoel 
11:00 a.Bi.—MonA« W<»si#. 

DlAM^W SFRmoS , 
CHSaSnAN CHUIICH 

DiacMea of Cfaxiit 
6700 W. Hadee Road 
Naur Lflde Onedc Pmv 
6. OavU Sknevae. PMor 
8:45 A.M.— Wor^ Service 
9:45 AM.-Saodny .SdMwi 
11:00 AM.— Worahlp Service 
6-JO P.M.— roaft OroufM 



KBMPS^ILU BAPTIST OIUSCH 

7120 KempnriDe Road 
A. D. Meaa^ AHter 
9:45 A.M.— &ad«y Schod 
IIKW A.M.— Mofwif WonUa 
tm P.M.— Eviowg Wtert# 



Tligiilii It 

comkmmf cBAWKL 

htMa Read. UoA^honi B^ 
9:45 am.— Saxtay SdtooL 
R^. CWKE GA1»ICK 



11:00 a.ai.r-^«<nin| WorAip 

11:30 tm^-CMim't ^mA 

7:30 pjB.— ARNriag SarvfBe. 

tr. Gmsomv% CAtmuc 
cmmm 

7271 Viiv^ Beadi Blvd. 
Rev. Itaariaa Abhali«hlat 033. 

UAmm im, tm, tam m^ 

Mm, 12.^ BOQB. 
OiaflMriuB i ue oe htafdqr, 7-JO- 
fc30. 



BAYSTOE dSBflAN CBUlca 

( Ce a omefleaaD 

Shane Dilve nd Onamta Road 

tml L. Perral, MWilar 

9:45 AM.— Wonfaip Service. 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday SdbodL 
lim A.M.— W«ffsh^ Servioe. 

ASnraiBLYOT^ G<MD 

Vmnia Beadi Beofovaid 
l^t Lem T- Oceeoa 
Rev. g a awwi D. Bdfar, 9t» 
9:41 ajfl.— Cteirdh Sehoc^. 
1 t.-OO a.m.~Moiiu« Wonhip. 
7:30 pj|}.Evaiigelisac SCTvice. 



PHRiCISB ANNE PI.AZA 

KHiCl^AL MMON 

The Itov. di^aa R. O^pr 



How meikm et Rnddi'a Plaa 
Bowttag A^. 
10:00 A.M,— Wenlii|» 
Nuneiy ft«nded 

raiANiffi, incwAL cmmcm 

KeossvUle Reed. Rea^vtte 
na lev. ChariH R. M^^, 




8:00 A.M.-4My 
9:15 AM.— I^w 

Scjiooi 
QMbr Caaaauiae tfilid 
Smmw) 
11:15 AJi. Menata^ Pimcr aad 



^&&^a« ^^-- t - .-,. 4t^^A 

yoiy vWaBai oa nai 
EASTEKW ffiCMS CBAnii 



•• Baanr Si ,, 

8.00 a.ai^>4M^ Conmrnioa 
9:00 aja.— ftaaw^ Soviea and 
Momi PnBNr flM 
di^ Ho^ fliimiiiaiiiiii] 
1 1 :00 e jn.— Msfafag PMr^r • ■ 4 
Samoa (M Sueday, ifa^ 
' Conoainiori.) 

^ nam^ BMANun. 

2S^ and Baifeic Vb^ia Beedi 
FHILIP POMJUi, IMM 

7:30 A.M.— Sendees Moo.-PH. 
3:15 p.m.— Pridiv^^aUMthServioea 
10:00 a.m.— S^ • SabbeA Swvice 
8:00 A.M.^-Service« Sim. 



LUTHERAN CHURCH 

IQIQO Vlqinia BMch Boidevaid 

Keanatt A. Pifn, Paater 
9:15 a.ai.— Chtmdi SdbocA 
10:30 ajpo.— Wor^ Sorwe 
(Nunery fn- pre-achool chUran 
dtarkig wor^p) 



LUTOBIAN CHURCH 
Of tte Good S^hcN 

Adote and 1 Mi Street 
Rwr. Mb D. Kairtar, Mrialar 
8:30 A.M.— Moraiiv Wo(^^ 
9:45 A.M.-^-OKirch Setkod and 

■fehilt Bibte 

11:00 / Mr._Monilnf Woi^p 

omt AVwwat^ 
- LmnnuN cRuitcH 

; Baylake fkm, Bayyde. V^iale 
^BMlh R. CarlMeih, Paaler 
8:30 A.M.— WorSdp&rvfce 
9:45 A.M.— Chn«h School 

11:00 AM.— We^Alp Service 

P RINCE OF PEACE 
LUIHKRAN CBUIKm 

(Hmami 9^nd) 
Rev. i. Ehmr Ma«qr, Ptatar 

Meeting at Mtfftu School 
9:15 a«i.— ^mikiy Sdiool and 

Mhle Cfaaa. 
10:30 a.m.— ^Divine Woniiip 
Holy Conmuokm — lat aad 3id 
Sunday. 



VKGINU BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

3(^-1 8tii 8a«et 

UV. BEVERLY IXLTY 

8:30 ajn.— WonHp Sovtee SomaCT 
Moada --f— — 

9:45 8.ra.— dnrch Scliotd 
IIKW e.m.— Wordiip Servioe 

BETHEL METHODBrr CHURCH 

Oneeda 

Raw C. A^d«, Pailer 

10:00 aA.— Moratag WotMp 
11:00 AM.—CbuTA Sdiool 



PLAZA MnHODVr CmjRCB 
Me^^ tA Ptea Sdioot 
Walter A. WhlhJBal, Paalag 
9:45 AM.— MamiDf UtaiUp 
11:00 A.M.— dMRfc Sdnoi 
im P.M.— Yo^ Pelknrahip 



MEinCXHST (SUMS 

PrinceH Amm, ^i<gWa 
Rev. Wnrnk D. tmm 
10:15 a-m.— dttffch ScIkmI 
11:15 ajB.— Mondag Wot^Up 



(SUIKS (W GOD 

620 14lh Meet 

9:45 A.M.~ fMd^^ ocd 
11:00 A.M.— 4wM^nS Wornip 
7:»A.M.- " ' — -• 



iimflSAN (»nnuN cHUKa 

111 Letaaifi Ave. 
UOmg Mtaoor, Wftrti Bei^ Va. 



^OAn nWCOTAL CSURCH 

mat aad Hettc-GA 8-3573 
tlw Rev. Etawaai Bi 



•K)0 a JB.— li ely O oBuaaiioa 
9:15 >JB. ■ Mopdng prayer, atriiion, 
cnacn awool, mieuji 
»jiy 



9illft 

11:15 aua.— MuiUK^ prayer, aniuua 

•ded)He^r 
lit " 



IMO 
lOdO 




BmM far 



METHODIST CHUICH 

Princev Aane, 

tov. LA^ DaHh 

9:45 a.Ai.— Claach SdeoL 
11:00 a.ffi.— Mondog W<addp. 

Bl« ai ^«>VE 

MEiHomsT enjRca 

Mooeae Aiaw 
foffor a agder» Paaar 
10:00 A.M.-Chmdi SdhMl 
IIM AM.— Mond^ WmMp 

THAUA METHMMOr CnURCn 

Pine Ave. A Va. Be«:h Blvd. 
Rev. B. h (^Rctt, PMer 

9:45 a.oi.— Anday Setot 
l(M5 ajn.— Worridp 

foMdiy 
MeiHtMUWI' CnURCS 

VlrfUi Beach Boulevard, Lya^wea 
Dnatfee Wbiri, pMtor 

8:45 a.ni. mi 11 a.m.— eendeea 
9:45 a.m.— Oiwdi Schod 
6:30 pjB— Y oiitii Pa toe^dp 

FRiWCS AnURT 
METIMmVT CHINCH 

Oieet NeckRMd 
E. t, la^Hr, IttttBt 
9-M %m,'-CkmA Sdeoi 
U.-OO aA.— Moieiag Wa«d# 

^rmit %ff.iM ii.trf 

MEIUOtHWl ^KIKH 

GeeM Ifcd: R«a4 Oeem. Va. 

•av. M* H. MAoed^ 
9:41 am.- -CliBn liSctool 
lIKie a.si.-.Mqpite Wc 
7:M PA^^B^ 






uride dk Bey Sme Rcadi 
Mai G. Lent Ir^ PMer 



■1 
9:45 A.M.— MondaB Wei^ end 

Oafdi teteA 
11:00 A.M.— Mwalm Wonldp wd 

— % 



mi 

449VMIehDMk 

8:00 A.M.— Holy 

Qxoeft dai^ rnotora 
10:00 A.M.~M<mim Prayer 
Sennoa (fk^ *>i'Mmaii'« 
Otit Sunday o< oaeh mooih.) 



mi 




Rot, 

9:45 „ 

1t3^ pm^1fio0^rri^mSp, 



MRMMMMrcmnKs 

Lttdallwft mmi 
Rev.WaHarA. 

9:45 a.iB^-<AnA Sdiotd 
11:15 




^^^^ OKIRCS 

bote U^ N.C. 
C Mac 

IMO a.aB.— Snedqr School. 
11K» a.iii.— Wonlup Scr^*». 

BAYLAKE MflCTBOrarr CHURCH 

^ore Drl^ ti l^easnee Uaad Dr. 

KOafaler, «^^& GOOD 

8:30 A II A.M.— Wooi^ Service 
9:45 A.M.— Snndev Sdiool 

MVTHOIHMl CHURCH 

B^tlay , Vir^nia 
^■v. WHaan A. Maei% Rr. 
10:00 a.m.^-Onieh Sciux^ 
11:00 a.m.— M ewing Wora^. 

SALEM METm^Srr CHURCH 

ftincna Aone, Vo^nia 
Rev. Frank D. Inaa 
10.-00 ajn.— MortiBt WonHp. 
11:00 a.m.— Chun* Schoid. 
7ao p.m.— Youft Fdloi^i^i 

OCEMTA 

CHURCH OF THE NAZAWBil 

a Court Hma e Rdg d^raa. Va. 

nan A. A Mill a , Padnr 
9:4S 4ija^*4t^4tA Sdkm 
10:45 ajD.— Men^ WsnUp 





Tt fa food to lie down en the grsM aad lo^ ^ tnto 4n d^< Tonr 
mind atarte to iwmder — the way it alwi^ dmM^^^n yott U3n the tin» 
red^ to loA at it Hm heaY«n u so inuiMiiae that you can't And a word 
Mf w<«fh for li 1^0 thviMintiei^ building up in the wwt — p^ 
are so lax^ ^t ^<y dwarf the work of man in^ total inatn^dlteaiiM. 




1^ itufg a» still up ftwfe too. We can't aeo tiim in tha di^m* 
ud fdwayg tiiia aeems strange. But ti^ ure Jurt as mudt tiiere aa ti^ 
i^i aA ^ht — (uid you dont have to ko l^em to knjw it. 



N (SfUMH 

lUv. L B. Hehneui. PMler 
9:45 a.m.— ^Skmday ScIkk4. 
It KM a.m.— M«Bii« Won^. 

CM wry > 

PRESBYTmAN CHUmn 

I%rt Sfreet. Gfcarock. NorlcA, Va. 
E. Gmarii Oeelesp, Pnder 

9:45 a.flB.— Qairch Sdiocd. 
IIKK) a^n.— MomfeH WMUe. 
6:30 p ni,-.Wln«4MB FeOowai^L 
6:30 pjB.— Pkneer FeOowdrip. 
.6:30 pjn.— Yoong Pet^k'* fidkm" 
dilp. 



ti-.:.-^* i*r 



Ton don't have to s^ 6od either, to know that He's tiwre — thoogh 
I pm^ Ksm to f etf itf a nmettinff l^t has to l« proved. They rauldn't 
ht mw wrong. 6<^'a evidence is everywl^re. Just walk into a church 
tm Sunday and dt down and listen awhile, and then ym will kmm £w atu^* 



tm mttk ht 11m hnitftw <l 



thb: e»«jfieH por au. • amjl. por "mK cmuroh 

Incts^ md Mppoc t lbs ^wifcH. *n!^ 

«•: (t) VwMtSMIMlH. (3) Ht 

UieMdnANte (S) Mrltoedw 
WMnola at Mi iiwiiiiit^i aai ■«■■. (4) 
■ewe OMRil, Briftw 4e«»a^ Var Am «d» sf te Owdi Mdf, 
OHi Mnivi. Ttapt ivnttii attdi Ui sootf and lafttsw 
tMMM «*ir awnf ■WMtnHi l» i» ta ihw 

k^ Mri nel ]NW MrikMhr. 



\ 



can«Wt laaa. KiMw AdvKtiMn 



nimnmRiAN cHintcn 

nwific Avesne at 36di Street 
flony O. Menn 
I. - - 



Ch^el 



MaMen 



9:45 C^irdi Seiiool 

11:00 Mcwatag Wmhlp 

6:00 Yoatti fldowddpa 

7:3<M:00-Sanday i 

Ve9W Servke 



THE PRiaiYTESIAN CHURCH 

IN PRINCESS ANNK K^AZA 

WenCi 1. IMIIar, MMUlw 

Meetly fa Ae Ptasi 

ElemeoAary Sdmd 

Sundey School -_ 9:45 AM, 

Chwch Service _U:00 A.M. 



Chihi Piwdijlcrfani ChnnA 

1200 Aruona B oW i evaiJ 
M. Bland Dndiar, MWricr 

3:30 A.M.— 1^1^ and CInirch 

9:45 A.M.— Cawrdi a*ool 
11:00 A.M.~1^onh^ mi Cbarch 
SdnoL 



KDHS9 CMlANT 
Wt EMV liatlAN CHURCH 

(New neetieg kk -the lOag'a <3raot 
B^Mnany SdhooD 
Rayawnd C RttM, IN^v 
9:50 A.M.— Sandy %oqI 
11:00 A-M. Mornii^ W^onUp. 



LYNNHAVEN 
mSBYnUtlAN (IMKH 

Lys^mives YSaign 
Rev. Marion R. Wm^ A., MfaJirtfr 

9:45 aA.~Clwcfc Sdioid 
lliOO a.aa.— Mts^n W 

6:30 p-m.— Yonth 

6:30 PA. 

I'M 





THESe FIRMS URGE YOU TO ATTmO A CHUI«:H OP 
YOUR CHOICe EVBtY W^C 



MUROEN DRUG €0., INC. 

! 34M111 - 



PRINCEiS ANNE A^MOMAL PAIUC 



lft«a,Va. 



23fd Stiecl 



SEASOi MARKET 

OA3^13 



Gmd Ned! 

D^t 3 4»8 0tf W >t 34Mit« 



R. L. GAMUNGOr 



nEnnTHUAN oniRCH 

Ifow inae)h« ia dM 
ThaMa Ummmj Siftooi 

9:30 AM.— MoRd^ Word^ 
10:45 AM.-^aRa«k^Saeol . 



^45 
ll.«> 



LAMM in. 






IT. MUUMI A«U. CSURCH 

Oeam^ Va. 
Rev. D. n, 

9:30 



ROSrS 5-10-25e STORIS, INC. » 
3M llat St. A 1901 Adaade Avenne 



Tfkftene MA 



DWtlNMKMplVaed 



NeiffeflL, Va. 



RI^SBi ft HOMES 
b a 



1903 AttaMc Avcnie ^ Vinfada 

GA 3.^1 

Center 



lOHMWY iMllHJky 

nKwib n Ate if- ttii.i 



Hoilr id. A CvnUer Dr. 
Dtai GA a-sm VbfiidB 



wmtmn tm^ mNta 



PRKTS 

HILLTpP 

vmcaraA beach 



SMMrwiMd 
OAS«m3 



MXON UCTRIC 



RiMe. CaanaercU IHiiv 
Canler Ate " " 
«H • 17tt ^reet. Va. 



fMMTlt 



ommD TV ft MmjANCE tm. 

m MMt unu tmam tm. mt40n 

«Mt VA. BEACH n,VD. 4i7-nSl 

KftlAM4MTCW Wmk mS C O. 
IIU PiBdfc A w — titirtiii'^l.Wdi 




nomms 
Hmmm hamhm. fiomst 

VA. BEACH AUTO SUHH^ #K. 



OQUMtt^ ONtt MMrar 



GAS.IW1 



V^ 



CM.lT^^^^pet 



W. A. VMKK^INC 
ttlmMm 



ATUMTK OMK^ A UIN>miY 

M^3W Si^^M* GA3.1^ 



n 



STRKacyy^t kio se^ri^MfB 

WmA ianto BU 6A,3-NI4. 

}tatAP^S»ATC> V«.nad^Va. 



um$4kMmA 



4> 




EVAPORATION 

Sam* thins h«w»«»t to th« mi%h tn ymir poefesl. 

tt simply cil«pp«Hri Into iWn air. 

Pla€« ywr dollari In our ear. and y<Hi'v« mad« 

fiw p^nwnt en o honw, a b^« car , , . . futur. 

wKurity. 

Ut an InwrtdT tevlngt aeeouni h«Ip farfng ywjj' 

ilr«amt down io tarth. Attradlv. •arnlnfli wH! 

h9sMn th« day. 



iU^untt Insured up te $10,000 

VIRGINIA BEACH FED^ERAL 

Savings and Loan Assoeiation 

210-25fh^rMt Virfinui BmcIi, Vlrfinla 

Phont GA 8^.9331 



Travel Ciwiiiil Pbniti^ Fill 6raiip lfoltH«s 



VmomiA BEAiM — Mo» 
Aan 600 (^mmittee owa and 
woiWB rt the Virgtak Twvd 
Council 8K being n^ifod ol ^ 



AMQunn Tmvd Oogi»bK«^kl 
tiie fact tlut d^r r^;)ective ^n- 
mittees are sumn^iwl to ^set in 



2 ti^ avmif hNir Io 

downtown NORFOLK 



0M4ny60c ltMMhil|$1.IO 




ei^Iest travel on earth 

poarfblt— to savv yoa ternvd tinM. C<mvRiitot i^ImiI-i 
ttlM, lMart-of4own wrindi. lUc^niiMrt omtoor m ' 
AU-WMtiMT dlmi^ 0(»ttn4si.IlMtroom wio^p^adL 



n«a VlrgMi BcmA l-Wi^ 

RICHMOND $3.85 

Dally Tbnn ShtIm 

RALEIGH $5.70 

Eiprew Service Didy 



WASHINGTON $ 7.15 

Tkra ExprcM Scrrke 

BUFFALO $20.80 



For inlomwtion i^^se aiN 

VIRGINIA BEACH TRAILWAYS TERMINAL 



ISth and Pacific Ave. 



6A8-2M2 



S 




Corvair 700 CM> Con^s 



The hardest part about parking a Coivair is finding a nickel 



TL ,t may be a slight overstatement, but soeh 
easily when you're a Corwiir owmt. 

And you can usually back it up— as eagiiy as 
a Corrair. You'll find yourself doing that <x:ca- 
sionally, if only to adjust the brakes— they're 
^f 'adjusting. That's all there is to it, and timt's 
a good example of how delightfully ^ey Corvair 
U to own, drive and maintain. 

But since we began by talking about driving, 
let's stick with that awhile. 4 large factor in the 
lun ol driving a Corvuir is Uie l<K:ation of its 



jauntin&^ com^ 



you can bade tip . 



fmmciMr, 



engine in the rimr. Why the rear? It giv^ Gorvair extra traction 
on any road surface. It provides a nearly jBat floor for more use- 
able interior space. B^t of aU, it produce steering so light, so 
responsive, you wonder why lu) other Am^can- 
made car thought of it. 

Corvair's en^ne is al^ air cooled, we might 
add, which means there's no anti&^ze or wat^ 
for you to add. Ever. 

All that pleasure from something so practical 
almost makra you think Corvair is unique among 
Amoican cars. Whidi im't surprising, because 

xrvouRMEiiMirKMaii '^^^ 

CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVR3UET, CHEVY H, CORVAIR AND CORVEHE 



TRADE N TRAVEL 
TIME 



CLARK CHEVROLET CORP. 

Virginia Beach, Va.60S • 607 Saventeenth St. 



Viii^i^ 

The mee^i upK mam Sep* 
tember 12 and cooAmw teo«^> 
mt the mt^mA, Mere Oira 30 
^pnto Beach <Atens, some 20 
Ndfc^ians and Cl^iqi^^ai 
ai^ 5 pQftimwxfk htaaSiBeiaamk 
i»« memben d tese ootmnk- 

Leading dtt with tfie D}nfe^ 
ence Will be tte committee on 
federal ^ivhies in the (Mt(fc)or 
maBBSL^n feW. The «Mnmit^ 
is lie»ted by Fk^jenld Bemtss, 

mwctent ol ttie Vta|inia Sky- 
£ CotApMy, operating all the 
R^c«ssions ki die ^mian<k>ah 
Natkwal Park. Other members 
iiurlude the c(mce»looiuires in 
flie Blue R^ie Parkway. The 
committee is consi<krin| the 
revolutionary turn ol ^airs by 
which the fwJcral |overament 
has lunched a campa^ to save 
enou^ ol the natu^ wil<kmess, 
beach areas, momtain histnesses 
and other irteplacablc recreation- 
al assets (tf the natkm to take 
care of the needs oi an expanded 
populatkm in the year 2000. The 
fwogram <rf the f(KlenI ^em- 
ment inchrfes designating histor- 
ical plac^ consklered a part of 
the Amo^tean herit^ie. 

Anodier fanpOTtant axnmittee 
of the Council is that chained 
with pr^erviM for the state its 
tevorable public relatkHis with 
Uiose in otho- states. J. T. Tim- 
mons, of NOTfolk, veteran AAA 
club mamger and high in the 
councils of the Amraican Auto- 
mobile AssocMtiai, is chairman 
of this committee. TTie commit- 
tee considers the (»>mplaints and 
protests filed wkh it wid odiers 
m Virginia resultiM from the ar- 
rests and fining of thousands ol 
our visiters aimtwlly. TTie com- 
mittw is tl^wig^y <x>nversant 
with die need of law eayfwce- 
ment, but finds diat it is nc^ this 
that the puUk objects to, iMit 
scMtaetimes the metltod and man- 
ners ol arresting offteers, and the 
fact that they ao not understaml 
the proceedings. The Council has 
ciQIed die attenticm of this com- 
mittro to die fact that fw the 
number of automobiles involved 
and the mileage driveti, visitt»s 
to Vir^ia average i^xmt doiMe 
the number oi accidents suffered 
by Virginia resid«its and abCNit 
an eqmd rate tor injuries and 
fatalitiM. 

Other oommitteea called to 
mwt iiK:Iu^ the ccxmnittee on 
highway adv«tishi|, leaded by 
J. W. Inge 3rd, of Roanoke; die 
committee on time and |ria(« oi 
figure meetinp, widi S. Cooper 
Dawson, Jr., of Alexandria, as 
diairman, and the committee on 
awards, of whkh R. K. T. Lar- 
son, of N(»f(dk, is chairman. 
Tliese committees, all meeting at 
8 a.m., <Mi September 12, at The 
Cavalier, open the business of 
the Confermce. 

During this day there will also 
be meetings of me Vkginia Co- 
ordinating Committee, headed 
by Thwnas G. McCaskey, ol 
Williamsburg; the committee <» 
marinas and water recreMkin, at 
the White Herwi Marina and 
Hoted, with Guy Cumby, of 
Rfchmood, in die chair; the pub- 
lications (XMnmittee, dealing widi 
the improvenent ol (Minted mat- 
ter used in advertising by the 
Council's membMs and hewled 
by Kermit Cavedo, ol Richmond, 
and the annual tbiff confraeiice 
of the Council itself. This con- 
ference brings to Virginia Beach 
for the only time during the year 
that they are all t<^dier, the 
employees of die Ccwncil head- 
quartered in Florida, Roanoke, 
Washington, D.C., and Rich- 
mond. This group will be briefed 
on the plans <rf the orgamzation 
for tite next twelve moi^s tmd 
will engage in a rcnind-table with 
President Thomas G. McCaskey. 

Ol September 13 another 
group of breakfast me^ii^ open 
die proceedings. These meetings 
involve the nwmbership commit- 
tee, headed by MalcoUn Jamift- 
son, of Oiarles City, die nomi- 
nating committee, headed by 
H. T. N. Graves, ol Luray; the 
committee on research, wldi 
RcAert F. Nel«>n in the chair; 
the i»wnotk>n committee, co- 
chairmaned by die W. Clyde 
Boyer, of WUliamsbure, and S. 
Cboper Daw9c», Jr., ol Atexan- 
dria. The advertising committee 
also wUl m«t. witii R<*ert C. 
Hamsberi^r, df Luray, as diair- 
man. 

Some of tiiKe meetii^s will be 
held at the American Motor 
Hotel, inckidii^ the sessions <rf 
the attractions section, widi Mrs. 



Vlfglnia Bfifch SUhWMEWS, Thur^, Ju^ 11/1963 

PageS-8 




Jotai Shirilz san UmI Ms 
eM-mrfd siil« iMMs ikM Ike 
iHI tmft oiriy wo«en pA- 
hmma whM slw dies. She 
says that M tke ■«■ won't iaiw 
h«r oirt whm Ac's aUve, Ac 
wMit have Ac so-«id-4os <ric- 
^ her oat iHmi she's ddri. 

SEEDSMEN'S SHORT 
COURSE 

The fourteenth annual ^kmI 
course of Virginia seedsmen's 
association wiH be held at the 
Golden Triangle Motor Hotel 
August 4, 5, and 6. This event is 
spcmsored jonMly by the Virginia 
Seedsmen's Associatk>n, the Vir- 
ginia Department of Agriculture, 
Uie VPI AgTMomy Department, 
ami the Vir^^a Truck Experi- 
ment Station. 

Tlie major emf^asis this ^at 
w91 be pi&ixd upcm vegetable 
varieties used by home garden- 
ers. Special plantings of nearly 
150 varieties of vegetables have 
been planted at the Virginia 
Truck Experiment Station, in 
order that you mi^t have an 
opportunity to observe and study 
the advantages (rf each variety. 

On Tue^iay meaning tfiere 
wUl be a discuss^ cm the use 
ol herbicides, insecticides, and 
fertiliKrs in home gardens, m 
addition to discussicms by BiH 
Lewis, Ext. Agronomist, and 
Frank Ellmore, Ext. Dairyman, 
botfi from VPI. 

Seedsmen attradaace at this 
Shwt Course will give you the 
opportunity to learn the answers 
to many Of the questicms asked 
^ heme gartkneis eadi y^. 
Tiiis is an ei^ceHent opportunity 
to further the seed business ot 
Virginia BeaM±. 

VIRGINIA ANGUS 
FIELD DAY 

The Vir^ia JuiMor Angus 
Associatbn and die Virginia 
Ai^gus Association are planning 
to six}ns<» a serks oi Aneus 
Field Days for Juniors and adults 
across the stete (rf VirginM dur- 
ing the week of July 15-20. A 
toiil of six field days will be 
held. The Associatknis, in co- 
operation with host Anmis breed- 
ers, too cattlesmrai ftwn within 
Vireinia. and rewcswitatives of 
th American Antus Association 
plan to pi^ent interestine and 
educatbnal i^ograms at each ol 
flie field davs. 

The Field Dav ol interest to 
us in Vireima Beach, will be 
held at Whhdiall Farm, at 
Gloucester Court Ho»i»- Whiten 
haH. owned bv Mr. an-* Mrs. 
Billines K. Ruddock, Y-^— ■> fine 
herd oi cattle, used in the v'-ious 
contests and dnnonstrations 
which will be presented. 

Many oi vwi remember Vir- 
einia Ruddock, die daughter who 
showed a heifer in t!» Vireinia 
Beach 4-H Cattle SJiow eariy diis 

sorinp. 

yiRGINIA MARKET 
HOG SHOW ft SALE 

The frardi annual Market Ho" 
Show and Sale wHI be held in 
Courtland, Virginia, on August 
14-15. The Show is c^n to any 
hog producers in Vireinia, awd 
any lu>g grown in Vireinia is 
eligible to compete for the 
premiums. 

Chi the first day, hoes will 
come in for weii?hing and grad- 
ing, ap»d <Mi AuBust 15, the 
judeing wiU take place. 

This is a real ooportuiuty to 
see the t<^ hogs ol Virginia on 
display. 



Julian G. Gilkeson, of RMimond 
as chairman. The board of di- 
rectors of die CouncU will hold 
its autumn meeting on September 
1 3, and it will be followwJ bv a 
regional meetii^ of the Tide- 
water Division d die Council 
with William T. Monroe. Jr.. of 
Chesapwke, the r^kmal vice- 
president presiding. 

The final event tm ttie pro- 
grmn will be a recei^on for the 
memberehip, givwi bv Mr. and 
Mrs. Thomas G. McOiskey and 
the staff oi the CcHuicil. 



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ATTENTION DAIRYIffilN 

Very likely ^u axe ^ttii^ 
down to the tx^tom of d»e silo 
at this time, and tl^ quality of 
the silage in the extreme bottom 
of the silo Ls quite different from 
that you have been feedin|. Thn 
difference dui affect yrtii- t<Hat 
feeding program, ol your cfeihy 
herd. 

It is extremely wise to have 
your silage analys^ to be sore 
of the feeding quality. 1 haw in- 
structtons and (xmtaaiers for 
mailing in my office awl will be 
glad to assist you in fH?urini?t 
your feeding program aftes" the 
analysis has been determined. 

There is no charge for this 
forage testii^ service; it is Mie of 
the newest services pr<wded by 
VPI Extension Serviwj, and a 
service \n1iich I brtieve every 
dairyman should take full ad- 
vantage of. 

FIRE BLIGHT 

Often «>me ol the most inter- 
esting questions come to us over 
the ^one, and <wie of the in- 
teresting ones of this w^k is 
"What can I do about Fire 
Blight?" Well, Fire Blight is a 
disease which will app^tf on 
practk^lly all of our fruit trees, 
especially pears and aw>lw. 
When you see evidraw* of this 
blight occurir^, whfch is easily 
seen as the leaves die but do not 
drop off die tree, die« bliidited 
twip should be broken off die 
tree by hand and then ^tioyed. 
If you use ixuning diears ot a 
kntfe, die biwte will often bb- 
come contamin^wi and spread 
the disease. In conmiercW plant- 
ii^s sprayii^ during the bk«som 
time with sOreptoraycnL sul- 
phate is the recommeiMJed pf^- 
tice. For the home omwer wtth- 
a few tre« in the Iwrck yard, die 
best practia is to break die 
twip off by hand. 

JAPANESE _ ^ 

BEETLE INPECTATION 

On the way to work the x^tor 
morning, I was sti^fjcd by a ' 
friend about controlling a sencws 
infestation of Jafwuiese beetles. 
Since there is a trememkxis in- 
flux of the beedes at this time, 
I «An reminded to joi dowi a 
couple of things which mi^ 
be helpful. Chi Ornamental 
plants, yoKk may use eidier 
D.D.T., MrfaAkio, Method- ^ 
chlOT, OT Sevin. Chi garden 
plants which are to be used on 
the table, these same materials ,^ 
can be used, however, you have>-^ 
to be more careful widi your ' 
application, and your wakij^ , 
period. With DDT. and Medi-.:: 
oxychlor you must wait at least ' 
seven days from the last a^H- 
catk>n to Iwrvest. Widi Mala- 
thiwi or Sevin, you must wait 
at least one day. 

You must also foMow the di- 
rectimis on the confeuiwr using ■ 
thcM materials in order to be 
able to use even these materials 
widiin the prescribed days. 

FUTURE HAY SUPPLUS 

The lack of rainMl through- 
out most of Viiginia during die 
spring mondis has resulted in a 
shortage oi hay and i^sture. 
TTiis has caused concern recent- 
ly among Virginia Farmers as to 
the availability ol hay for future 
needs. Dairymen in Vi^inia ' 
Beach buv a considerable portion 
of their alfalfa bay, and thev are* 
advised that hay is now available 
in limited amcHints onlv. We are 
alK) advising our dairvmen thJrt 
the hay few sale is not of fte 
highest qualitv. 

Pnces asked for l»v tor $47 
to $50 per ton for 70% alfaJfo 
mixed with 30^ erass and 
Timothv. $46 to $48 per too is 
?>«Ved for lO'^r clover mixed wifli 
30% prass 3nd Timotfiv. 

Tn view of d>« shortage, nrice, 
»nd the low qualitv, I am sue»est- 
»ng that vou buv vour Hav bt^b 
bv erade ami dass. The gra& 
^Kmld be No. 2 rir better, and 
"nu should spec% tfie aerial 
Vind of hav vcw desire. Tbc 
shioo^r should be asked to aextd 
a certificate with the load, or al- 
low inspectkm at die destina^m. 



ING FOR PliRlBREO RAMS 

%eep tmiducers are fttknic 
where thev can find our^md 
rams to put in Aeir floefts ^w- 
mq July and Au<nirt. C^ m 
Omme. cm Julv 10: Hatt^M. 
hur<» (HI Tulv 18: a«di SMmnlrw 
cm Julv 74. T^hmt^bMi^ Sa^K- 
downs, Soffoiks aad Drmtm 1^ 
be the maior tw^ds offm^ 4^ 
the sales ^ot at 1:00 pm. 



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j:Ni>ULe IS Aereoy vven uux an 
July 22, WA at lihOO tJn^ or m 
soor. : T may be itetrd, 

I wuj »i»i«;ai u«£<ire the City 
of Virgima Beacb at its regular 
meeting in the courtroom ^ tiie 
Circuit Court of Mid city, to ««- 
Mnt an application for a p^. 
to move the large frajne dweilingt 
presently located at 200 39th 
Street, Virginia Beach, to txyts 1 
and 2, Bloc]( 5, Ubermeer in said 
city. 

Cm^t W. Doite, Jr. 

l^nh BeMtif Ml Ina j^ni day ot 

oimmN mmtm, mmMt. 

00Bi4 Iffi <»a«S. D^nteoi 
ORDift ^ nMLKATKm 

llw objMt of UiBi wit s to 
obiMn a drv'i^ce A Vtao^ IMM- 
nMttii fr^ tte «id MtaaAoA 
ttpm the gnmncto of One-^us 
ctnttmious tuMMm, 

AM as ^MifMt lun^ iMm 
nuHte ml ^ ttitt tto Meiriant 
is a Aon-r^ident of ttie StiMe at 
VkEit0a^ ^ M Idwwd p(^ of* 
lioe adb^ being Itaida ai^ 
ttyrt dM dUigem^e 1mm bem used 
to aaeetete to what Ckwnty or 
Qo^MOm ttie def^^ttrt is mth- 

Not reade&t oi'ill^MMte ol 



'bat die do 
aitpwtf bwre wiUun tra <W <JI*yB 
after due publication hereof, and 
dh what may be neeeanry to pro- 
tect her intereit' in this suit. 
A co p y- T it>! 
JOHN V. FBNTRJBaS, Clerk. 

Y: Mary M, WhHe, DC. 
»>v X J<tBS k B80YLES, p.q. 
ISeOLaakin Road 
PxttfeMtonal Building 
"NHi^iBia Beach, Vlr^nia 

6-27-4'lH 




Lii^um Floors 




We create Ftoon feat diitfafoilb 
ioac^ la lK»i^ offieob Aoft, 
time IfidivittaaUy De^Md UW' 
teum Flscffa iwaier mart, cdk^ 
contrast MttbeMa «Wcb aa 
cM>dr {Um^^^wtraeBt eaa maldL 
Cokrt, madth-f'Giiateiiaf bi a 
m»rd-~i^\^w lei^-lived aervice, 
M muimm fMl«Mtt May*-** 
^ve y<oo an eitiiaaie? 

J4C Law & Son 

MliOrilar nia.MAS443» 




Ciwic'a OMaa «l Iha CiniM 
^wt ^ «!• CMy of VbMi 
an Nia vSm wUf of JunUr 

a rm v^»oi« acxwrJ 

^^^BJ^ Mtaietent. 

MMR OF MMLKATION 

Ttit objeet «ff Oto Mitt is to' 
(^^ a ^vone ^&n the bond 
of ^^aMmony fron the said de- 
ia^tt^ v^m tte gruinds of se|»- 
WMien wWiout JM^ruption or 
aduMtaUm lor a feitod of nwre 
ttM ttvee ymrs. 

And an afMavU tavte^ btni 
made and fUed that the defen&uit 
is a non-reiMent of the St»te of 
Vir^a, tiie lart known port of- 
fice ^dre« being: 18 Havre 
StiHi, ^^ Boston, IbaiHKslHi- 
ami, 

fM. rodent of the IMaie of 
Virfinia, tt u (»deied that Ae do 
qjfpetf Iwre wMiin ten (10) dip 
^ter due fwblicallon hereof, aiKl 
do what m^ be imsessai^ to pro- 
t^ her izrt^^ in ti^a suit: 
A tofni T aalai 
JOHN V. FENTRSSS, Clerk. 
BY: Mary M. Whtte, D.C. 
^xander P. Smith, p.q. 
Kres^ BuilcUi^ 
Nmto&^ Vii^nia 

6-27-«H 



C oiiiinai i waa Nh of Virginia, In 
the dark's Offica of fha Clreutt 
Court of Mw City of ViiiHni* 
Baadi, mi Iha 17th day of Juna, 
IMS. 

^MJim MAfiCHU, Plaintiff. 

ESTKSl M. MARCHU, 

DefendiHiA. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The otq^t of Uiis ^ is to 
obtain a divon% A Itensa Et 
'nwro to be later merged into a 
divorce a n^n^o M&trinMnm 
ftipi the said <ttfendant upon 

And an ^fklavit having b^n 
mikde and fited,t}uA the <tetoid- 
ant is a non-i^si^ipit of the State 
of Va^inia, the last knqwn ad- 
dr^ l^ing: 41^ Smurset Stre^ 
Johnstown, I^nnsyhania. 

Not recent of the State of 
Virgink, it is orda«d that die do 
^pear taet« wMim^ten <10) days 
a^r due {Hddication l^reof, and 
do what may be Mcaasary to {xro- 
tect lier inli»:^ te this auit 
A copy — ^TMla:' 

JOHN V. F®rraBSS, a&k. 

BY: Mary M. Wiite, D.C. 
Brye^ & Broytes, p.q. 
1369 Lasikin RMd 
Profesaonri Building 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



Vl^lnla toach SUN-NEWS, Thursd^, July 11, 1963 



^^ 




428-2401 rOR IMMEDIATE ACTK^N 



• mm Nor^s 



^»sss^ 




SEALTEST KEEPS A VITAL PROMISE! 



•rt 



Safeguarding the health of yoar family is a 
eanMaat cwicern. Tfaat'i why it's so com- 
fortuig to Imow that Sealt^t ke^ its vital 
promise to give you i^lk of the htglueat 
poMible quality. 

^tltat exercises the most f^id quality 
c«Mrob to give yoar family the fin^ miik. 
Trai^ pemvnet, working wi& the most 
m^ton equipBMnt, tart and r^isA Seatest 
for portty, quality and freshn^. 11>^ rigid 
ati^^^ ai« t^ r«tfMa for the sttperb 
^la^ oi Seakett ^1. 



f OM FAMtl OESEUKS THE KIT 

^ensfxiffSTi 




ConrnMnwaaMi of Virginia, In 
tha Clark's Offka of Mia Cirvuit 
Court of Ilia City of Vlii^nia 
Baach, en Hia TTHi day of June, 
1963. 

imm powuLL FomES, 

Plaintiff. 

gainst _ 

ANN OTAIIK fORBES, 

Defendant 

The object of fliis suit is to 
obtain a div<»t% a mensi et thoro 
to be bter mer^ into a divon% 
a Vin«ilo Matrbnonii ibtHn the 
said defendant, upon t]% grounds 
of d^ertion. 

And an affidavH having been 
maAs and filed tii^ the d^^d- 
ant is a non-resdent of "Uie State 
of Vir^ia, tiw li^t known post 
offi(% addres being: 24S i>Mige 
Place, Fort Arthur, Teicas. 

Not resident of tlM St^ of 
Vix^ima, it is (mtered that die do 
aiqjear here within ten <10) days 
j^ter due publication hereof, a^ 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect tier interest in this siit 
A npf — Ta#a: 
JOIOJ V. raWTRISS, Clerk. 
BY: Mary M. White. D.C. 
Amato, &toalas, Breit, Coh«i, p.q. 
Ibitter k Fritttoian 
£^C!» ftiUding 
Norfolk, Vin^iA 

6-204'IH 



^niiinte: In Ilia Clnfa Of^ ff 
tha QmOt Caurt of Mm City of 
Vffibria Baach am Mm 21# day 
of Jvna, t«U. 

IN CHANCERY 
llffi SmKX. KXyU) or THE 
CnY CV Vtt^miA B£ACH, 

vnaioA 

CkmplauMrt 

V. 

Hw bein, s^^m, auco^HUV in 
ttle and A^taaei of 



and 

AiiY V. laoamm miary i. 
mamm m^tha a. moviNB, 
^mmiAC. oAAasoir, 

^ deesMed c^M^rteis^and tin 
^ ^b««te» <tf tte sM WU- 
Mm C Itonmi^; the ca»uts, 
•Mi^ snc^ascn in IMle and 
Uin eretfitois of any of the mi 
bato 13^ densees, «id al other 
pKtiM who nu^ Ittve an iiAm&A 
bt ttie wl^d nurtiter of this siM, 
who are mate paiti^ defendairt 
t^ tlw ^noal deao^ttoQ of 
•VAJWHS UNKNOWN" 

Defendant 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION \ 

Tba ob^ (rf tt^ suit is f <ui 
tte t^infpltfnant to reform deedj 
to dbdtare redriction invdM and 
to coitttrue repurchase option in 
deed, <m the ftdhrwtog €^ei^)ed 
IKTOperty located in iC^iqiisvUle 
Boffw^ of ttm City of Virginia 
Beach, Vb^nia (formerly Kemps- 
viJle Ma^^arial DisMct of Prin^ 
can Anne County, Virginia), con- 
wyed to School Oaiun^oners 
of the County of Princess Anne 
tv deed of Williun C. Boiroughs 
(now ideceased) dated May, 1648, 
d^ of rerord ua the Chic's Of- 
fice of tiie Circutt Cwirt of the 
City ^ Virginia B^ch, Vir^nia, 
in Df«d Bock 43, at page 261, 
to-wH: 

.AM that certain unimptnred 
lot, piece or par^ of land, situ- 
irte, lying and being In Keaq»- 
ville Bonw^ <rf the C^ of Vir- 
giiUB Beach, Vii^nta (formeriy 
KenpnriUe Ma^sterial District of 
Ptioc^B Amie County, Vii^nia); 
said parcel being knomi and des- 
i^iated as "Free School Lot, Prin- 
c«n Anne Co. ScIhmI B^kux!" on 
a plM made for N^onal Bellas- 
H^, Inc., dated Noveniber 24, 
Iflra, duly of record in Ww Clerk's 
CMBce of the Circuit Court of the 
C^ of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
in libp. Bwik 49, M page 8, and 
with reference to sM plak, more 
particuiariy ^scrU}ed is follows: 
BOGXMTWK} at a pipe in the 
vra^m line of Rt. 647, which 
pcriiM is m ^ dlvicEb^ line be- 
tween prc^perty of Princes Amie 
Cwiffty School board and the 
property hereby conveyed, and 
which iwint of b^inning is also 
southerly 605.17 feet from the 
intersec^on of Rt. 56 and Rt 647, 
as atwwn on said plat; thence 
from said poiitrt of beginnii^ 
North m' 17' We^ a distance of 
147.6 feet to a pipe; thence North 
23° 16' East a. distance of 147.6 
feet to an old pin in tbe western 
line of said Rt 647; tlwnce South 
23' 16' West atong the western 
liiK of sakl Rt 647 a distance of 
147.6 fe^ to a p^, tiie poM or 
place of beginning, excepting 
therefrom the es^m twelve (12) 
f^; of said parcel of land con- 
veyed for highway purposes by 
said School Board to Sitate of 
Virginia, by its deed <toted March 
19, 1962, duly of record in the 
aforesaid Clerk's Offk% in Deed 
Book "^2, 1^ page 516. 

An AMdavit faavii^ been made 
that ^ defend«3A, WilUam C. 
Borrougbs died intei^ate subse- 
quent to DecmSxsr 12, 1^4 and 
^or to l^udi S3, 1%7, ^irvived 
at the time of his dea^ t^ fwr 
dau^ivtei^, namely, toe aaM Amy 
F. 'niomK)n, Maiy E. Foster, 
Martha A. Brovroe and Vii^nia 
C. Garrisoo, im oMy heirs-at-law, 
and who are now deceased, and 
furtiier this defxraent says that 
there are m may be parties in- 
terested in the sublet matter of 
tins suit whose nunes are un- 
known, ami who n»y be more 
fully desctVbed as tbe <x>nsorts, 
assigns, mio^iSCUB in title and 
lien creditofti of sakl heirs or de- 
visees, and all otber parties who 
may have an interert in the arb- 
ject matter of this suit whose 
names^^e unknown, and wiio are 
nuKle parties defendant by the 
general desaipfcion jii "PARTIES 
UNKNOWN". 

Jt is OtS)WMBD that the said 
defendants do aq;^ii^ witiiin ten 
<10) days after due publication 
Iwreof and do what is necesxuy 
to protort tlffiir ii^rests. 

It is further OMWSED that 
Vm nrtto be iHMab^ m the 
Virginia Be^x &in-Nei^ a news- 
^per bavii^ a general drcula- 
ton in tl» City of Vii^taia Beach, 
Viiiinia, <ma a wedc tor f «ur (4) 
mjuoo$mve veeks. 
Taiia: 

joroi V. fiarnfflss. oerk. 

BY: Mary M. Wite. DC. 
Itobert Lee &^soa, p.q. 

Virgaui Beadi Vir^sia 

«474TH 



ANNCXWOMENTS 



10 Spsfial NatfaM 



iwm foiMi-0m£ BANJO 

Quirii^it Mar witt professkHud 
I^KJtpt^id wifl tea^ ym to 
play tie tr»litiond S strii^ 
banjo. Mountain, Fdk and 
Bhiegrass styto tau^t Mso 
Folk <Mtv. 4^9168. 



RBWEAVUG OCXJRSE — Wwi- 
d^ful dufe^ in cMiqpIetdy un- 
crowded ' fteld, either ftill or 
part time, at ttoiae or in Aap. 
Home ^dy eoune. Odl JU 
»ei62 or HO 4-1147 for com- 
plete d^ib. 



11 Tramyaitrtlow 



ATLANltC-PACD'K DRIVE- 
AWAYS, IfW. ^ We wiU de- 
li^ your car to or from any 
dty. Bonded drivers. Call 625> 
0804. 



BUSINE^ SERVICB 



30 ApNianM Sarv^ 



VACUUM Cl£AN|»S— Hoover. 
Sal» mA aerviee. Prm^ ef- 
Se^eaA repiini. Pick up and 
deliveiy. Phona GA84S2. 
Fuel Fe€ycl k Building Sup- 
pliM. Inc. 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Ha^ Wanted— Famala 



Need desperately a r^ponsble 
woman to live in. Light house 
keeping and child care for 
working motlier. Small sahry. 
Iteferences. Call 428-5664 be- 
tween 10 a.m. and 2 pna. 



Potitlan Wantad— Mala 



Retired Navy Officer available 
for high management poation 
in any field. Dial OA 8-4501. 



SO Busintss Opoortunitfos 



DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT — For 
sale. With long lease. Thriving 
buMi»ss. Excellent loc^unt. In- 
quire at 42B-96M. 

UVESTOCK-PETS 



70 Doer*— Cats — Othar Pats 



ClffiSAPEARE BAY RETRIEV- 
ERS — Pups. 'Hioroughbred 
beauties; 1428 Boiling Ave. MA 
2-2826. 



iOATS 



80 Boata and Suppliaa 



A^BICHANCXSE 



93 Household Good* 



RUGS— tal2 linoleum ta eveay 
room in the hou»>. 94-^ cadi 
and cany (no dealenO. Wal^ 
Fiunitare, ITtt k Ute. 



RENTAL WEAL ETTATE 



Furniture of all kinds «i|diolriered 
and refmi.shed. Free ettimn^iNi, 
reascuable prices. AiAMnri^ 
seat co^^rs, U^s, and teadlin- 
ers aU custon nade and fitt^. 
miltap UphoM«ring Co., 1000 
Vir^nia B«ich !Hvd. Ph(»e 
^18-1797. We iHiy and seB new 
and used furniture. 



95 Lawn-Gardan Supplla* 



TOP SOIL — For aOe. Located 
rear of Miters DiscMUrt 9Uae 
across from Princess Aime 
Plaza. W. T. HutChms. Cal 428- 
1657. 



RCXDMS-BOARD 



101 Raoms Without Board 



SHERWOCM) HOim — 2105 At- 
lantic Ave. $12 a we^. 



^r^, PrivMe bam anPiiAram* 
Day, week or m<wth. 1^ MUes 
from b^K^h. CaUGA 84318 
after 5:W p.m. w befaa« 8:15 
a.m. Anytm^ on we^ends. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



110 Apartments Unfumiahad 



NORTH B^H>— Unfurnished du- 
plex, 5 large rooms. Heat and 
water fumi^ied. Yearly lease, 
1^.50 per monto, avaUadMe at 
on<%. Can 428-^44, after 5 
p.m. 428-1735. 



Ill A|MrtnMntt Fumiahad 



FOLLY RANCH, 1400-17th St., 
clean, modern rooms, efflci- 
enciest 1 and 2-bedroom aj^trt- 
ments. Reasonable viwekty, 
monthly, or annual rates. 



0(%an Court Motel Apartments, 
206-lMi Street E^cien<^ 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnishodt. rooms. 
Block irwn Bus Station. By 
week or m(»ith. 



1 and 2 bedroom ^mished apart- 
ments one block trom ocean. 
Also Rooms by month or seie- 
on. Reason^le. GA 8-9663 or 
MA 2-1266. 



114 Heutaa For Rant 

3 Bedroom, 2 Batti hMne; (^irtrd 
air-con<tttionu]g and fuO^ farn' 
Uied— 2 Uo^ from oc»an. 
For month of Jidy or any part 
thereof. Odl MA 7-3009 dtuii^ 
the da^ or 6A8-1200 after 5 
p.m. 



IIS- A RMort Pr^^w^ Far Rant 



106 84TH Smmr — 150 feet 
from beach. Year round ocoi- 
pancy. H^ wirier h^t. Avail- 
^le Sept. 1. I12S a month. MA 
5-5379. 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

124 HeusM For Sala 



BAY COLONY— Lovdy 3 bed- 
room, 2 bath honw on 100' x 
190' corner lot. Brkdc voies, 
oil heat one bedroom air<o&- 
ditioned. Immediate poss^on. . 
FinaiKing avaibtble. Owner. 
Call GA&^2401 d^s and GA 
8^301 after 5:30 pjn. 



NORTH ALANTON 

B THE YOU? 

If ymi love to walk <m a carpet <rf 
pine needles, be surrmmcted by 
dogwood in the spring, have 
two fireplaces going on winter 
evenings, let me show you this 
charming Colonial, sdl on MR 
floor. In beautiful cool Alanton 
— "keeping room" kitchen — 
WilUami^urg colors — adr-«)ndi- 
tioned — reali^i(»Oy priced. 
P. H. Bratt«i. 341-32^, 341- 
'1694. 

Goochnan-Segar-Hopn 
Home of Mr. Busy 



12S Lots For Sala 



CAPE STORY BY THE SEA— In- 
vestors and iMiilden — sm these 
two adjacent buiUing sttes at 
$1^0 each on landskle of Ken- 
dall St. 50x125 eadi. Scott 
Brooks, Whftehum Reidty. C^ 
42&OTO or 428^799 nights. 

121 Real Estata Wantad 

Needed listing for dlents for 3 
and 4 bedroom hcmM. Diciomi 
Realty, GA8«S01 nights GA 
8^74. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



RUNABOUT — 13 foot Cadillac; 
Moulded maltogany, 30 h.p., 
Mercury, with controls. Trailor, 
skiis. Excdtent condition and 
i^sonable. 340^75. 



81 BeaH For Rant 



HOUSEBOAT— By Day or Week, 
Complete galley, steeps 5. Bob 
Rundey, 428-5444. 

MERCHANDISE 
90 Articiat For Sala 



Furnished pnd unfinni^ied ot» 
to 4 bedroom hom^ and aiart- 
ments. Shcot term <» y^rly. 
Anchor Realty. CaQ GA&-7421 
anytime. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom af»rtmea^ 
Furnished a n.d unAindsIwl 
Monthly and yearly fentals. 
Cooper Realty, 1»» Wih Stre^ 
Office 428-1330, nights 428- 
6833. 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS-^22.88 
completely inatidled, heavy 
duty T post^ With four lines 
(100 feet), s^ in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
k Building Suppty. Inc. 



^ HousahoM Goods 



APPLIANCES— Bargains in good 
used refrigerators, freezers, 
ranges, washing machines, dry- 
ers. Tams to suit. Hirt2 Bazaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088. 

FURNITURE— Mattress and 
i^rinp, books, desks, chairs, 
tables, chobts. All very reason- 
able. Hirtz Bazaar at Oceana 
Open 9 to 9. GA 8-7088. 



SmaU efficiency apartment, 
fenced-in yard. ^ a month. 
Prefer sii^e man. GA 8-6224. 



MERCHANDrSC 



Ask Your Eya Physician Afaairt 

TRAYLOR'S 

Virginia BMch't only 

GUILD OTTKIAN 

1369 Laakin Road, Va. Baach 

Biniaii B. THirTMita, 1^ 

GAidmMtt* 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



Attractive ^ficiency apartment 
near ocean. Centrally located. 
Heat and water furnished. 
Y«u-ly lease. Dial owuct GA 
84757. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maurv Riganto Auction Co. 



FINANCIAL 



C^ge selection reconditioned tel- 
evision sets. Low as 939.95. 
Television rental — weekly or 
monthly rates. 341-2446. 

John Senter's TV 
3014 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



BsBTRUCTIOnIS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
Of Music 

Bitelow Hardla, Dir s ete a 

313- 35th Street 
Vli^inie BeK^ 



WNilAM KU^tCWI 

lnMru(^tonki 

JU74MM * VWriv 



2h© MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST ^RVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



PROA\PT HOME FINANCING 
HOME FEDERAL SA VINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

700 BOUSH STUKBT • NORroUC 

•024 VIK6IMIA acACH BtV*. 

AT THOMAS COMNKR 



REAL ESTATE 



BAY ISLAND 

TWewat«*s Finest AB 

Wi^etfToiA Ckfflimunity 

LOTS FOR S.4LE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL^TATECO. 
¥4^m^ NlgMi GAS-MfZ 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

Hmv Rooftd And Gumnd Virgum 
Beacb Far Tie Pdtf 10 Yms 

NEIW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



J 



Repairs 

COTnmerdal 
■ad 

HotisehoM 
Refr^eretien 



Dcdoi for Wi 




W. C. JCMNSON 

3U • 17tt %«rt 
VhgWa B«w* 
GA 1-4471 




ADAMS MOS. 

niMiwNe COW. 

Plumtxf^ and Mn^ng 
Repair servi-e and suf^ttM 

v/arm air duct hMtir^ 
Chrysler Air 

we SE«VK» wtyo" IMt 



mm 



^m^m 



^ 



ip^^HM^n^ 



Hi 




Virginia l«Kh SUN-NEWS, Thursday, July 11,1 963 
" e 6-B 




The Mixing Bowl 
IT'S 3un TOCCXJK 

iy LUCILE CLARK 



SUN-NEWS FOOD EDITOR 



ii|^B©@i 




J &ed , di^rsal is one of the 
mo^ interesting aspects of plant 
geography. Wind, water, waves, 
Uiiis, animals, man, all ^read 
fa) some way the seeds of plants, 
wlwthw' for better or for wOTse. 
Very nuich to the good of man- 
kind all over the glc^ was the 
•psttbution of tomato seeds by 
^mnish explorers and seafaring 
Bwi in the 16th Century. 
. Middle-America then (as now) 
tws «-creep with vin« of un- 
cmiRted varieties of wild tonu- 
toes of many sizes, shapes and 
oolors. Gathering courage from 
the Indians' obvious enjoyment 
of the vivid fruits, early travelers 
discovered this i»w and tangy 
fltevol*. Before long, herbalist 
MatthloJus, in Italy, was descrrb- 
inf the "apples of gold," proof 
tiliat early iwnato-eaters must 
have been most attracted by one 
or more of tte yellow varieties. 
"Golden ftf^les" tliey became, 
too, toward the end of the 16th 
Century in Germany, Belgium, 
Prance and England. The Spanish 
ate them, but most of Europe 
grew ttem as curiosities. 

At alwut tills same time, the 
tuA tomato^ were taken »toss 
the Pacific. Within a century, to- 
mtom imre running wild in 
IBiny parts of the Far Ea^ where 
i«y.were calted "tomatte," "to- 
flute" or the OTiginal Mexican 
mm, "tom^." 

tt nay come as a ouprise that 
to dwrry tmiato wiiidi has 
SMOned to ms^ popuiartty in the 
pM few ye&% isn't soothing 
tern frnn a plant breeders ex- 
perim^Aal gavtai. .^i^ially, its 
nsisslms cane ifcm the old 
^itt-or Centrd-American luwoe 
4tf to isaeiua family and it is a 
tarty gjtvmm ai^ pnxhicer. 

tile rt^idard varieties of to- 
matoes have, by means of natural 
m^m^Mk mi h^ul^i^n be- 
€ODM <w« tefw, nAter and of 
mwe f^sri^ flavor^ Akmg witt 
this, tmuitoes bave ^nrtt rte«l- 
ily in usagei Itec@rt}y, Dr. Virt«r 
Boswell of ih« U. S. Defmtment 
of A^teutbire cdM torn to 
nef^st food to r^cb urarld-wide 
ta|>ortimoe. 

Be<4>es tre ^pod pitxrf of to- 
mato use throu^out the world. 
Do try th»e i<teas frmn different 
QMntriffis, as they have b^n test- 
^ and perfected in the kitchens 
of to United F^Mh Fmit and 
V^ettfde Amx^^fm. 



or as a relish on to dinner plate. 
YIELD. 2 cups. 

TOMATO AND AVOCADO 
SALAD 

1 large avocMo 

1 t^lespoon ft"^ lemon juice 

2 fresh tomatow. 

3 tablespoons finely chopped on- 
ion 

% tea^won salt 

1 '8 tea^won ground black pep- 
per 

Ml teaspoon paprika 
Lettuce 

Wash avocado, cut in half 
lengthwise and remove pit. Peel 
and dice into the lemon juice. 
Mash avocado until smooQi or put 
through a sieve or blend in an 
el«:tric bleiKler % minute. Peel 
tomatoes and dice. Fold into avo- 
cado mixture along with next 4 
ingredients. Mix well. Chill. 
Sprinkle lemon juice over sur- 
face. Serve on lettuce. 
YIELD: 6 servings. 

TOMATO SALAD, ITALIAN 
STYLE 
3 medium-»zed fresh tomatx)es 
2 tablespoons olive or salad oil 
1 teaspoon chopped onion 
h^ teaspoon basO leav^ 
^ tea^Kxm ^t 
V* teaspoon sugar 
1/8 tea^won grcHmd black pep- 
per 
Ch<^9«! fresh parsley 

wist and cut tomatoes in %- 
iiKh slices. CMubine n^ct 6 in- 
gredknts. Mix weH. Pour over 
tomatoes and sprinkle with 
cho^>ed parsley. 
YMD: 6 serving. 

Paprika is perhaps to most 
toive^d ^ice in the world. A 
native of this hemisphere, its fom- 
ily was <fiscovered by to early 
espkrers. Within an incredibly 
short tune tbei« were manbers 
of to dan growing in every part 
of to world. 

Today we teq>ort ^lis spice 
from ^rope and we grow it 
right here m to U. S. 

Otoittg to age of exploration, 
paprika p^ipers wene a nutrition- 
al life saver. Ordinarily, in those 
days, sesnen had to get alfflig on 
stqites such as dry b^i^, satt 
pori and hardt^k. (But the ajar- 
let ccdored peppei^ from the New 
World offered welcome variety 
and sailors seemed healthier 
when toy ate* them, it wasn't 
until centuries later that paprika 
was found to be rich in vitMnin 
C — to scurvy preventative. 

"A^" K what to natives called 
these pod peppers which flour- 
idied in such imBnite variety. As 
Peter SJartyn wiote abcmt this in 
to early 15th Century, "There 
are innumerable Kyndes of Agis, 
the varieties whereof are known 
by to leaves and flowers." "Riis 
variability indicates antiquity of 
cultivation say the botanists, so it 
was probably that paprika should 
also be classed with to world's 
venerable spices, even though its 
use was for many centuries 
known only to the inhabitants of 
pre-Columbian America. 

Twelve milUon pounds is a lot 
of anything, but thM's to 
amount of paprika ^i« use m the 
US.A. tl^e da^. This includes 
both imported and American i^- 
prika. Much of the is used by 
SMisage manufacturers and can- 
urs of catsup, condiments and 
sauces. The ever popular hot dog 
tfttes a great deal of paprika for 
To^ color. 

The remain^r is used not only 
as an ingredient in flavorful 
home cooking, but serves as a 
garnish on aich naturally pale 
foods as creamed meats and fi^ 
cream soups, macaroni, etc. 

The following recipes from to 
test kitchens of tl^ American 
Spice TVade Association owe 
much of their appetizing flavor 
and color to to onerous use of 
paprika. 

SICILIAN TOMATO SALAD 

6 medium-sized ripe tomato^ 

% cup olive or salad oil 

1/8 to V4 teaspoon instant minced 

garlic 
% t^i^om ^M, 
^ teaspo<m ba^ leaves 
% tea^ooi grwuMl black pepper 
1 tei^moD paprika 

WaA tmn^oes and cut into 

ijpiartas. Coninne oi, instant 

BM^»d ^otic, satt, bi^ and 

^1 tan^ «^ dice fody. bbdc pef^er and paprU^. Pwir 

WtA attfaK, cut off fftm tdps ovm tomMoes. ChiS about 13 

tti mote. Sm thinly «d mM to mmit^ ^rve as a salad. 

'$. Ceoriiine nmabi^ in- YISU): 6 aervinp. 

M and pour tmr «^^ MOAT BALL PAPRIKASH 

M«. fiMTO on littiice^ if durfnxl 1^ Im. jp'oimd Imi beef 



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COLLEGE DEAN'S LIST 

RlCHMOiND — Charles B. 
Spence, Jr. of London Bridge has 
been pteced on the dean's list ol 
disting^iished sUidents at tbe Uni- 
versi^ of Richmond for to sem- 
ester which ended in June. 

Requirement for dean's list 
honors includes a "'B" average 
for all work taken during tiirt 
semester. * 

B^eaxx is a graduate of Prin- 
cess Anne High School who-e he 
was co-editor of the yearbook, a 
membs- of to Beta Club, Key 
Club and to varsity basebaH and 
basketball te^mis. 

Ife is to son of Mr. and Mi^. 
C. B. SpeiK% of Virginia fi^ch 
Blvd. 



SALAD NICOISE 

1 cup CfM cooked snap beans 
% tiU^ioons French dressing 
l lai^ lettuce heart 
( -^ve gailk 
t medium green pepper 
I nedkiuHdased tooc^Rto^ sliced 
\ m qpartered 
ii2 IMiled ripe dives 
% lard<»oked c^ sliced 
8 aiKhovy fillets 

•?•<». can white tuna fish chunks 
% iia\s^o(M& chopped chives 
i table^KX]^ ciK^ped parsley 
I tM^^oa^ dive or salad oil 
i tiMe^oon red wine vinegar 

% t^^KKm grraiHi blacic pepptr 

SforinMe smp beam in French 
dreoing 1 hour m the refrigera- 
te*. Wa^ dry and break lettuce 
M» bitesise pkces. Hub the in- 
fU» of a salad bowl with garlic. 
MA Mtuoe. WsiA green peoper, 
ftnnove seals woA sUce thinly. 
Arrmge gpem p^ipers. tomatoes, 
beam, (ffiv^ egii, anchovies and 
tana fish over to top of lettuce 
m desired. Crinkle with chives 
aMi i»r^y. Combine remaining 
J^p^ntients and pour over salad 
f^ before ^rvlng. T<3S& I^tly, 
tut tbwoa^y. Save as a mam- 



fSBUi: 10 to 12 KTvinp. 

PiWAMA TOMATO AM) 
RAMW SALAD 
1 te^ ^nsto 
% tanri^ r^ttsl^ 
1 finnponn clwi^ied tn^ nmA 

1 tefc^onn fimly ch^sped on- 
to 

2 W)lesp<w» temon jnto 

2 taUoipmM <di^ or »bd <al 

% teftiyboa pwnd tlacdcpeppe* 



2 tablespoons instant minced on- 
ion 
V4 teaspoon instant minced garlic 
% cup soft fine bre^ cnunbs 
IVz teaspoon salt 
Vz tea^oon grouiHl bl^k pepper 
legg 

Vi ct9 milk 

2 tablespoons shortening 
2 tablespoons flour 
1 tabl^>oon painika 
Dash cayenne 
Vz tea^)oon salt 
1% «ip hot water 
1 beef bouillon aibe 
% aip sour cream 

Confine first 8 ingrefdients. 
Mix well. Chill 2 hours or until 
meat is firm enough to shape 
into balls. Shape into 1%-inch 
balls. Brown a few balls at a time 
in hot rfiortening, transferring to 
a pie plate and keep warm in a 
slow oven (300°F.). Mix tog^ber 
aiKi blend in remaining ingredi- 
ents ex^pt for sour cream. Cook 
until hot. Add sour cream and 
mt well. Add meM balls and 
cook only until hot. DO NOT 
BOEi. Serve with rice. 



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What Makes a Succcss/iil Party? «)f AMY VANDERB/LT 
Eoeiv Boj^ Gets to Plai^ in This Uttfe League A Better Garden loitfi Less Water 



Suburbia Today 



In TMt lnw ■ • ■ 

yth^9 for m PwtyT . . . page 6 

From age five when die ftve ter flnt peity in honor 
of the fuDUy cat. Amy VandeiMt hM led an ae- 
tit« social life. In "'WtMt Makes a PartyT dM ains 
I4> the successful in fr edie rt s ot panies die hu givm 
and othos as weD. Her favorite motto for eato*- 
taining a boirowed from Lady Mendl— "Never «a^ 
^ain, Mver eompiain." 



mmtr 

The Gwnen' ^tedid interns and a lovdy ate ovw- 
lodung San Francttco Bay inqiiied the {tea for 
dm '*^llafle<ompo«md'* hoyse in Mli VaU^, Odi- 
fomia. A steep road leadb you to four pn^nttoaa — 
carport, studio and utility room, bedr oo m, and com- 
boied kitchen and Uviof room. The four make a 
beautifully fdaoned house wUi all el eme nts oon- 
aeeted by covered walks and oomained by a letatn- 
iaf wall 



14 

In Kettniof, Ohio, every boy ^ys bdl who wu«s 
to. There are «iou|^ teun to go arorad, for ftfted 
and ui^ifted alike. ?tmat» are schooled to^oMhitriB 
Iheir youngster's enthusiasm for tibe sport by avoid* 
Ing the pressure to become top man. 



17 

Why does one garden thrive wide anodier fstti oo 
Oe same amount of wale^ For dwae who use lots 
of time and witfer and don't get good reaidls, Oar> 
den Editor J<^ Brimer sketchee tfw sofl md w»* 
taring techniques thtt win prodbee a greeac 
«Mle saving fdhms of wMer and valuiMe tiaw. 



Oatli«C«««r 




The days are gone iHm Dad 
vrasjnstwswBdblelwbci^ 
11^ home the b a o o n. Nom:- 
days he does the wect's diop- 
po^ as wd. In one ^m f 
he's dcHghed with te 
chore, note artist B<A Bqgifs 
irictare of ymmg men tfdking 
the local eopemwtet.aatteir 
wives undertake anotiher b^ 
miliar ritual right mm door. 







iWIMIIA TODAY b 
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AROUND 



. . .to Our Pleasant Places and Pm>ple 



AH, JULY— the sunshine moi^ but not this sum- 
> mer, aooordiag to the OiU Fnmner'r iflMOMK, 
which propheaim "Heavy rafai— coob then dnMrts 
perti s ps laraadoes." Bat sane types can get a 
lai^ out of anytthv. Oeofge A. Ikfayot^ak of 
itforrik BroMfH Park, iimnmota, says he coo> 
gra^iMed a friend oo Us tn when he got back 
from vacatloo and was told k had drooled moat 
of the three weeks. That's not tan." hh friend 
corre^ed. "That's nist" 



A snrilsr to Glrmhde, CaUfomia, pOtt Ms ic)ee* 
tion ^M to gnort iim he makM lan^ dMdn out 
of them. (He has jort collectei his 3^) Why 



Uk 




dogr die demanded. "Not doia' ai^thiag." he 
polled. "Can we"--puff<-"kacp him? He"~fuff 
— "folowed ne home." 



At die opming of an art shqw in Cemrf Gakki. 
FkrUa, a young man ms siM wandertaf from 
room to room pamg intndy about hta as ttou|^ 
he weif hMd^ far someMag ^peeM. Ha^ the 
iMnagBr cmm iqi Id. Ua and «k«l whettor he 
swa to liimted in aparticriw prii^i^ "Nop^** he 
replied. "I'm just interested in tfie gMs who are 
Inte r e s ted m die pahitfaifk" 



diiaks her yowg paMwi iWrny iinW|' hm 
found out how to rdl wtt the paa^m..Tbe ethor 
evw^ she was ba^ sit^ wttfa him and Us tpo 
brothers, aad whM bcddme an wo aehe d, te old- 
eat «Mie a leap far Ae tlakft. Slariqri tbeay's 
nvin, foflowed rigjte on his hods, whfle Tcaoey 



doent he mantrfactuie lanqp ahadea fM time? 
He'd rather wrftOr of ooune— aad anyway, how 
dse would he get n|ecte to md» the tamp Aades? 



The odier day in Hitliimti Park. lOlaoig. Enid 
Fowel rushed to the bocii: do« at Oe sounds of a 
stnii^. There aw her aoo Itmny cUngii^ to die 
aedE of a rtrange dog. The doy was pott^up a 
galhmt t0nt lo frt away, whle Jomiy flng a Iq 
ovo' Um and gn^nM inUi att his soaagtt to keep 
him hi place. "WBM «e yoa doisg to flurt poor 

Today, /t$lyl96S 




podded aloM hi the rear. "I'm AnC <^ Aouted 
from die lop. "rm seoood." Stmricy echoed. Tra 
JastTTIno^ piped op, M eheery ai die odien. "Do 
you know a^ I am ahrays hntr he $Asd hn 
ff a a d m oth ff iriiea die gel lo te top^^of die stairs. 
"No,whyrdie mU. "Gaoee." he aaiw a wd widi 
m-ynr«ld logic *^Hift ahrayt limaad itadey's 



ahvayi seoowL" 



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l^n-vlaM piMttd May mMi MiN, (kil« of CaMen* 

Swim any time of tf^e month . Do anythil»g you'd normally do. Tampax 
gives you so much freedom, you're Mrdly aware you're wearing it. 



Whto tact IM day dr^ Anna KMn for Jr. SopMsbMtas 

Wear your prettiest fashions. Fed as pretty as you look. Tampax gives 
you security, poise, comfort. No woriderwhy millions applaud its use. 



TAMPAX 



You feel so cool, so clean, so fresh with IH/YAKHA Worn internally, it's the modern way 

Tampax^ kMrnal iMiHary prottction is mada only by Tamiwx hicorparaM. PiriHMT. Man. 



np 



Bat Why Did Yoa Join 
Hie C/HNOUC Gtanh? 



Beople ate oleea itsooed iHwa 
dii^ aee « icktm or frknd '^am 
Cuiioiie.'* 

Tbef eta aodecsttiid wfaf iome- 
ooe m^t du^ge from ooe ooo- 
Cttfaolk fihfa m mxfAet, hat to 
dK Cidwik leUgku ~ how coukl 
he do it? How, tfaejr wouita, cut 
tfl^rooe of iKMiCMfaolk odffu tad 
hmkffotaai tatke nch a dioke 
yriiea ifaae ue ao maiqr other 
6udis to ch ooae non? 

Tbouaanda ol csovera jofai die 
wotld-wide C^holk dnidi cvctf 
fcar. And thete is no ample ex- 
phiMrioii oi wkf the^ do ao. 
Somctimet thef aie dotiqgatdied 
people iHxMe ooirr ttai o a makes 
hodlifiea and who can iribeo 
ariDed, ^ve an attiafatt aad oon- 
Tmdog <»plMiarioa. But mote 
<Aeo meae oonvetts are joit cvet- 
1^ people idio have beea iBOfed 
bf a coodMoanoaof ooimatoos. 

In eMiec ene, it imrohres a dif- 
ficult and momwaous decision 
...a dedaioo oe sensible petaoo 
would ffldce out of aioe aaiasi^ 
or as a passing fanqr. It meaas, io 
niaiiy cues, the focsiykiog o| long- 
held riews ani ago ntati c to Cadio- 
lidtr . . . m othos, a mdical chai^ 
to doctimal bdiefi once consid- 
eted maedible to die p totpec ri te 
convett. 

It can be genefsJlf said, of 
ooutse, that aome oaaveta ate at- 
tmaedtoCadMiicitybytfaeapoa- 
colic ockin ci the Qititch...bf 
kx wotll-wide ooi^ of aeed aad 
wocdup.-.W its Sacxafflncs and 
diatinrtive nxm of tuiial...bv 
At amliority churned for its head, 
the Pope, as the Vkar of Christ 
on eatdi...faf the whole qfnem 
of tntths wfaach it p eeso ft e s far 
its peof^ as a wtjr of life. 

Bot if foo waiK a mote ia^ 
mate and specific 



of «dqr ao munr pewle dedde m 
"tutn Cadnlic, Mt meae OO0KRS 
cell vou ki dieic own words. A 
nuoaotf of dMm do ao « a new 
pamphlet JMt otf die prca^ a 
oopf of whkfa wewiU tefaa^ 
to send yoo on leqpeat and wis»> 
oat diafge, 

l^ihaps yoa wfll see la ifame 
stories a ^piiitaal sitnadon not 
oolflce foiff owa . . . aad potaibfy a 
dedaioa to iaivca^pie oe claims 
of the GathoUc Qaifcfa maf mdae 
sense to yoo atier ]foa team why 
^eae other facmer aon-CatfaoUci 
d ffi dH to make such an i n ffliq r . 
In aay cas^ 700*0 be dirfllad m 
see how die grace of God can 
work in the hoots of mea n^ea 
thcf seek dnoer^ for ^irimal 

Write todw far ttis new podcet- 
siae panq»hlpt tsmwinw^g sacfa 
titles as "Xjod Kor Tittgiflg at 
My Heait''...1 Waae^ao Be- 
linw''...'%an Saiat to Sinaa^ 
. .."Uf Scasdi far the leal 
QHuch" . . . "Iify Rrii^ooa Fid- 
fillaieat"-imd otheis. They aee 
att iat a e s tk ^g pezaooal aocomus 
diat win aadi your hear^ mrice 
sease CO your tcMoa. Write today 
...aA^far Faamhiec Na SU-27. 
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Live in the SHbvrbi... 

The rvloil odverti M Wn ti in iMt 
n«wi^p«f or* oddrMsad to you 
portonoliy by convoniont local 
ilorm Ihol know you and yowf 
noods. Thoy'r* boro to lorvo yowt 

SHOP IN THE SUBURBS 



mvEiiorE! 

MS 



MULTIinja 



NOPE CHEST 



tc/o. 



GETTING AROUND 



Sold! to M. W. Cobb of Wheatridge, CoUh 
rado—l\l live aUiptma. Whea tte pmX op- 
portunity ttnick. Mr. Cobb wu tt an auction 
in Mesa. Arixoaa, and 10 were tiie aOiplors, 
because they luid been left umrttended at a 
nearby reptile farm and had started swamUaf 




over the couirtryride. Soawdih^ had to be 
done, hence die auction. Now Mr. Cobb's 
BogMwR are dreaming d handsome dioea 
aad handbags, oome fall, and meantmaa die 
alltpiiors in that Ui^ ami dry country have 
it made. Mr. Cobb is a phmibfaig oootractor. 



A^ dm to your lot of oflbeirt gifts: a 1937 
viaiaae ire engine (die real diing. of comae). 
Herm Albr^ of Lawrence. IndkuM, has a 
Mead who tmsn^ on« <o ius wife for her 
bMbday. aad just a week later ft w«t hito 
actioa. Huahaad, wife, aad 26.yeaiH)ld reUc 
helped pump out nine oelan flooded by heavy 
rains, aad ia retmn the terd-presaed the de- 
partment provided them with a hoae, coffee, 
and eaooun^emeot 



With summer camps wide opra, Mn. Jeanne 
Bamett of FoirUu Ctmnty, Virginia, has 
some good tips tot parents. Watch out, she 
cautions, fm three parent-caiMed crises that 
c^n nar your child's summer: Your Good- 
bye*— your letters— your visits. Make good- 
b^ omial. Wear sua passes, if you're tear- 
M. Write chatty inters, but drat dwell on 
treitts your camper is missing. Whe^ you vistt, 
never iwomke to arrive at a cntain hmir (a 
dday nuty be upsetting). Keep visto sIkmI. 
(Who talks to their child for seven Iraun at 



CoMbm^ tram ptm 3 



home?) Oba«ve emif nite. Ami when you 
iMve, be quick about^ 



We wonder if Dr. ABin CHaAora, of Ab. 
If^fiim, femayhaalisk tea woo atm ^tua widi 
htt dMihier ihwe tt **i^ en die town" 
wtth Bobby I^NMI (itali with N odier win- 
aen of die l^irta WAk Bobby ftydeil Coo- 
lest"— all gMs). Ml wlMtt^ poaa w»: 
winri*D LKE TO n -rm 
oi«rr OP lomv nrwuu 
Hk pidwe'a on ny dMgb^i^ wall. 
^elaftatoHwMiiN. 
Perhaps if 1 eouM be Ma gacat, 
9atA ev<m tAip m*. 



In Graaar P^mit, Mief^an, pMnma attend- 
tag fte Andeny AwanMartenfaig ^eture 
"Lawieaoa ct AnAte** mn warned they 
flrigM werit ^p a lantfcAtsi Mowing Uw- 
renoe teoi^ day irflar Wtrttg day 00 die 
deaait So Mrs. Edwaitf XMtaa took heed 
and armed hoialf wMi two tuta of ioe-ooM 





water, wbkh she weocM awl dra^ when 
die heat wm on. MUft fbm Asm m» over« a 
teeM ^ u u pM|i a wd , rtf couiie— wm heardS 
to gi^ nnuifs eam^ far owl nn ao* goiag: 
near die beach diia 



Ondenm: itoam H. Hagedoni of P(»t 
H^oiMMfiw^ JUNif Ijteid^ lays it^ easy to get 
eardiy aails daaa If yoa ^ dMm faito a cake 
of kH soi^ before you Htut gruUiing. Mi^t 
work for hoaadMrid dwre^ toot 



Sahtrhia Today, July 1963 





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III Kelvinator home freezers 
you set the same rugged quality 
and dependable performance . . . 



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we build into the 
world's leading 
ice cream cabinets! 




You'd aspect the irorid'i largest pnduov of standard oommeraal ioe cream 
oMnete to buOd more dapeDdaUe home fireenn. And Kdvinator does. M 
of our asparleiioe and aldll in keepnuf ice cream properly fronn foea into the 
deijpung of our home fireenra. You get the aama rugged high quality, pred- 
non yfa r ma nce rad <^Mratn4( eoooonor. More uaora of kyw-tmqMratnre 
cabmeta for ioe cream and froaeb fooda defwod on Kdvinator than any other 
malca. Caiiiid«ing the bnveatmnt you make in froaen fooda for a fraeaer, 
abouldn't you tmat your firoaen foods to Kehrinator, the moat truated name? 



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Her living wwn was com/^tely en^y . . . 
and she had no idea what her guests 
had in awe for her. Ow bnm^ 
a moth^ee^n moose head. EyeryM^ watt 
wrong— and every<me had a fine time! 



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A BOUT THE AGE (A five, wboi I gftvc my fim 
J\ party, I learned a very tmportaiit Icttm: 
Never invite goem ^^ are tMseeAsXef uapfmr 
pathetic. No amoum of good food, channii^ wr- 
foued^s, and in^icidoiit service win make vg 
for people who are vnintereBted ia each odi^ m 
activdty amagomrtic. 

My party was in our kitchoi. I i^ve it Ik our 
cat— a (^viified f^ne named Atanham becMoe 
he had an "A** marie over Iw note. He wu a 
battled bruian- bat wiA a certiun el^ance. He 
had white gloves on Us paws, and his bade UA 
were whke, too. S>atk a cat do^ved a party, or 
so I thoogjht 

The food was tt» be sinqple iMtt delidous-^iw 
livtf moety cat ^ k&a bite-siae pleo» and ptety 
of oaflk, with a <fisb of eftch for eadi guest When 

6 SabmrUa Today, July 1963 



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tSL was ready, my friends and I gathered n tibe 
gBC^ first drra^ them in dolis' clodi» «id 
Aan tfan^KXthag, tfmn ooarf(»ti^ in ^d& car- 
riafsa. lAiftvtunat^, some did not care fot cftho: 
the dreas or the omveyance, nd it wu, I a^it 
add, a atniggle to pH than idl Aere on tboe.^ 

Lfl» maity tyiD hos tess es, I tod thoi^ good 
food and ploity ct it woald c|mdcty break die ice. 
It (fitet. The gn^s dragged thoudves uoond 
the tilchen in A^ doll dresses, hats wiktty a&ew, 
^o riaootiQg ^' To a cat, th^ tefeaed tibe rqnst 
artfl lay co 4 i oite sse s <nd I hftd ^vested diem of 
didr pnnents and wioerenKmiously dumped Am 
oi^de iriiere^ wai& onch ijwif ftir, die bMi^iet 
mtt iwMy oonaMaaed mainly by AbcAm who 
ins ti'iood ttanibmeai and vcay qoidc iM his 
r^^ paw. 



BY AMY YANDERBILT 



So much f» a paity tbM dynt cone off. I 
lam been mom foctmiate dnoe. 
One of the hot parties I #!«' had grew oat of 

the udooos job of oompibig and wiiitag "Amy 
Vandeibilt's Conqiiele Book of Etkiaett^" which 
took me fbe y«n» wofMi tA over Oe hoose. 
RiiaBy» I dedded I mait haMe ao oo^de oflk;^ 
so I oidered a r x ir p»4A cabin tet ooalT^ 
be pot oat in Ae woods b^id my hooae, where 
I ooidd watch who wueoB^kk^ bade door 
if I craned my neck, bat wh»e Ae viaw woold be 
mahdy of die woods, tin dtaeetioas aaid that the 
nbin coald be pot op in an how. It wm 1948, a 
ttoe when it iwsaimoit layoiiftte to i^ anyone 
10 do anythiog, ao I dedded^ tew a toMe-iais- 
la$ patty. lUt^oe I hnitod Idends who were 
highfy coopattle-HMn who faww a hismer 



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A famous amtmrlty on social life tells how to 
entertain 40 people easily and-from bitter early experience-how not to have a flop 



from a wmntkeit, aad nooaa who tisoogh tm 
war ycMi tad Mofe&^momimf aoqaaiot- 
Mice i^k eafpeotets* ttoto. It waa m iiterastfaig 
fioup-Ht iHff 4» na^oii J cB t» It IteMHm pcinee 
and pilaoea^ levenA OMipiiiie witos, a rapie- 
MBtatNe (rfilie D«iteb lovoniMii^ i feat d0dip», 
and 119 Wbf , wfeo i^iyed holdhii ^ haanasr 
aad wli9 flomycd tie MemiiiV a^iWes of te 
dden iM frave dwin. 

I as aCn^ dhe Ub^m attendatt on the rab- 
ing of the foof earned die cabin to be put 1^ a 
little awie dow^ thu die nwmiftwtMiir planned, 
but «9 ^Mito ^ wel nd, at daiknes deioeaded 
over "l^i^Mdi," w» ei^oyad a lei^dlnf nip- 
per out wier the tiee^ ^^ by the loeMntac 
l$ow of an oi lan^ wWi a red ihade. (How \m- 
poctant tt te to have aoft and bectedng light to 
iBal»4he wopea fwete look pcetf»t) A romd 
4able added to the feeing of iminMc; and of a 
job w«B done. Oiviag fneiti MxnrthUg to do at M 
otttiide pMQFf «««n whet yoo dool need help, gels 
tUnp fiAv fut and |^ oohetioB to the pcnp. 
Juit b^vMe oiovero^ttdalion. 

ANOTHia gAitTY tiw wM flMBi ot a ble a l thoi^ 
L ft wan^ nine— occurred irimi a neighbc^ 
dedded ^ had bed long eKH^ with Earty 
KsutAsm (bduding cdiee^rfaider hunpe). SSie 
decided to make a dlM Araep. She ordered every- 
thii« fnr h» Uvfaig rooe to rait lier ^Bient tartei, 
hot Ae made the enor of hnagWi« diet every- 
tldug wo^ be ready on time for a party for wUdi 
ihe had alreaity imed invitatieoi-4o lome 60 
people, b a fteniy of Mtidpitioe, die deaeed o^ 
her IMig room, hung te new cnrti^ and awated 
the deliveiy of her new furniture. Aa the big ^ite 
■ppmnrhfd. her tmkmt failed to. She decided 
to f»ahead with die party anyhow, and juBt no& 
fied her foefts to aidve with cuaUons to be laed 
indoon on the floor of the living room fai case <rf 
rahi, oi^ocn 00 the terrace on a ^ff warm nigltt. 

Ini«#i^ oootoBVlttfaig her «np9 living foom 
the 1^ of the par^ the could not, of cpone, 
know whiU her gneits had m store for he^ Qiri^ 
(and I an sorry to ny I was not the instigator d 
this) th^luid conriied their attics and junk Aops 
for VidoAffi **anti(p^'* (Vidottan was the dyte 
she wi» ptauing to dange to.) I rsnember «ie 
youi^ nun took \m a moth-eat^ moose he«t 
Oth»'^pfta'*wereak»^ the same lines— cracked 
plates, a#ped cs^ tattered airtimacassafs. 1 
wish I hiri a photofffM^ of her Im as she b^Su 
joapm Oem 'up and tfawik us. It was a very tony 
"^ wortt repotting. The moral here? Somedaes 
the correct and sti^ party you have pbnoed 
turn* oM moch he^r tf eveiytUng goes wrong. 

I loMd the party Irieods of mtaie on the out- 
skirts <rf tabbock, Texas, pve me test year. They 
live fa a saaall dosely knit community Wlach 
shares a oeotral ctoWtou ie and dimming pod. 
E«^ ftM^had te a»gned n^jht for emer^n- 

faig mdy of course, sev^al fan^i^ oodd give a 
party My^ier whc» th^ wanted to. In thu case 



my frkttb asked dielr guests to Adr own house 
fint and when the dinner hour ai^ioacbed, we 
simpfy wdked a few^rds to die dd)house where 
some 30 people were served a memaaUc casse- 
role uMA the hoeten had prepared herself in her 

own klt^ea and th«»fe4ieiited over dme. A fine 
nodMi my to eitfsttto and one other &m- 
munitfes 11^ weU copy. 

Lot nnmner I waiMd to have a parQr for s<»ie 
specU house goerts of mbe and found m ^ 
ptn^ to more than 40. 1 dedded against evoi 
a bid^ rapper and, as I dislike cpcktaO parties, 
settled on anodier l^d of pai^ that turned oM 
to be moiA sucoenld. It was a dessert buffet, mih 
the gu^ invited tolcome b^iwoi the hours oi 
nine and 11 on a Ttenday ni^ 

We had an earfy and sinqde dinner, and wdl 
betoe dne the dtmng-nxm UMe was set with a 
delectable array of denerts. 3. used no doth, |^t 
die gleaaung mafepg^y top of my dd table, with 
my bett majolica and Staffodshire and my ^and- 
moth^s painted diina fruit {dates. I put fisks 
and 900ns hi i^Med 1^ c^ry headers and 
provMed piles of the prettiest, sdtest paper nap- 
kms I could find. lh»e was peat variety hi the 
desMrtt, something for everywie— a large bowl 
cf strawberries with a silver bowl of wl^^ed 
cream, a Sachertorte, a heapii% bowl of fresh 
dierri^ tiny cuamel custari^ an q^en-fa^d 
cherry tort, a mountain d sdmedom, and a snowy, 
fli^ oo^mnt caia, I had made some of d^ 
and sratt were {Htrfessicmal cr^ticms. I s»ved 
coAee demitaste ud on a side toble offered a 
vari^ (tf Bqueurs wad brandy. 




Xan you recamnend aomt^i^ that }fnU 
kmA. the JmHAom getti^ myoae baggedr 



U you inugine people avoid desserts, you are 
wro^ The ones that were loaded with cdodes 
dhaq^^ted first We had strawberries 1^ over. 
Tl^ was one <tf the easiest rad most successful 
parties I ever gave. Everytlni^ was prepared in 
tdv^ne, everytlu^ couki awdt the late guest, 
and best of aU, the hostess was free to drcdate 
anKx^hergoeMs. 

Wh«i I was a ^a-ager, I loved to entertain. 
In Ame days the {wogresuve dinner was popular, 
and there is no moon why it wouldn't woric out 
wdl for young marrieds without any hdp, who 
wmt to be able to entertain with their frimds on 
a tow budget Sewrd couples get together and 
dff fi (h» to have a progressive cfinner, each course 
at another house. The guests gather at the first 
house uid hai« oxktails and hsas d'oeuvres and 
p«4iaps soup or anodier first course. They then 
ttKivt on to the seocmd house v^iere they have the 
mam course vdiidi would include salad. TIk final 
^c^ is at the hofost where the (tossert is served. 
Yew can't say Out such a («rty isn't kept moving. 
It is all a lot of fan. 

I pve a very mce par^ aboard the Queen 
ElUiAeth once. As I said, I dont like giving cock- 
taU larties as a rule — even the nicest people foi^et 
awl dnent-mindedly drop c^arettes on die up- 
hs^i£ty — but I did enjoy the one I hwl on the 
dup. I joined with a friend, aiKi we asked 25 or 
30 odier passengen. With the deck steward tak- 
ing i^aige, we had chan^M^ne cocktails and a 
fine array of canapds which induded, (rf course, 
smoked sahnon and caviar. I hiMl no worries about 
glaaes breaking or bums in tlw rugs, we aU had 
a good time, aiul the bill was very small. Liquor 
taxes do not i^jfriy oa the lagjix seas. 

THE LATE Lady Mendd h»l onbroidered on her 
dieets, "Never exi^ain, newr comptain." Per- 
hiqis diis is as good a motto as any tot a l»^ess. 
I remember a party I went to a seaacm oc so 
back m an dnduldy beautiM dty apartownt A 
t^ bidfet had been set up in the dining nxmi with 
ten^omdy hkl card tades and gilt and vehet 
paij chairs Mra^ically pl»:ed. It was a caterer's 
mnk, of courw (how few people have the staff 
nomidays to pnxhice radi master|Heces), but die 
hostMs's own iNiitt-in dome^ was tt work in 
the dining nxmi, too. Som^hing went dras&»Uy 
wrong with the aervke, but die hostess, a cheerfd 
hq^ woman with both feet (» the ground, passed 
tins off by whispering, "Ira't she wonderful — 
a led Annie Oaldey. We all tove her." 

The party at whidi everything goes off to 
petfec^on is hard to remoidi^, but guests rardy 
iK^ne, or if diey do notke, nundy care about the 
dus^ the hcMtess knows have gone wn»ig. And 
die most racoMsfol hostera— lifce my frknd with 
bar "Annie Oaktey"—- shouM at leaM appear not 
to ore, dther. ^ 

Now I diink k over, the parties I have mjoyed 
mo^ idiethCT I gave them cf went to them, were 
die ones at vidudi I felt comf<Htable. 

Suburbia To^JiOy 1963 7 



thte is your drink. ..IF you'va duMdy •n^)ytd Martini & Rossi swe«t or extra dry varmoutti 
in matchless Manhattans or marvek>us Martinis ... IP you wuit to discover how delicioitt tt cu> be 
strai^ on-the-rocks ...w you're a Mphisticate who chooses tt>e drink tfiat's fashk>nable wherever you 
go . . . V you're a modem moderate who wants to join tfie hm at the party ... IP you're cm experimMter 
with decerning t»te — Martini &. Ros« Vermouttt on-tfte-rocks 4$ ymir drink, no its, ands or iHits. 



MARTINI. ROSSI 




■ IMUWIUL WMMiAN NOMI ■ 




our Houses in One 



n»KXMMNs n nn nmn 




Ab09t: Mr, and Mrs. Robert Pence in 
their Uv^ ro<m. Ttu ceHii^ and big 
bool(cmes we bM of mawd redwood. 



Righ: View of the pod, si&iwit^ how 
the covered wtdks t/at ttnk the pavil- 
ions doude hen fttr a pooidde ternKe. 



Below: First impHsn<m, as you ap' 
proach from alnive — the leasing roof- 
scape iruide redwood rettMr^ waUs. 






A view of the dining-kitchen carta at the east end of the 
living room. Th^ cheerful sl(yUght can be iderttified as 
the pyramid seen <m the fourth roof in the picture below. 



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The site and the owners' interests 
inspired the plan for this "village- 
compound' house in California 



■ When Mr: and Mrs. Robert Pence decided to buUd in 
Mill Valley, they wanted a place they c»uld come home to 
in peace at the end of the day, and a house that wmdd 
lend itself to tteir special pleasures and-interests — reading 
and swimming and working with pottery and photography. 
The answer was this rcmiantic and practical "compound," 
designed by Marquis and StoUer and iMiilt on an isolated 
ridge owrlooking a sweep of bridges and bay and the 
white sky Une of San Francisco, 18 miles away. A steep 
descending road brings yiw from above to the Fences' 
carport, the first of the four square pavilions topped with 
pj^amidal nxrfs. Next conies the studio, with pottery ovens 
and a photc^raphy darkroom aiKi a utility room; from 
here the studio court kads on to the Sedroom pavilion, 
^ and l«t conies the kitchen and big living room looking 
over the bay. A covered walk links all four units and 
serves at one pdnt as a covered terra(% beside the pool, 
which is t(teally located ju^ outside the bedroom, making 
it pMsible to wake up and dive in, in wie eager and contin- 
uous motion. 

The remoteness of the locatitm and the opportunity for 
quiet study is a special asset to Mr. Pence, who is pro- 
fewor of English at Contra Costa College. The Walden 
section of Mill Valley, where they built, is shared by four 
other families, and when they developed it, they all got 
together and personally dug the utilities trench, three feet 
deep by 1,000 feet long, So that no clutter of poles or ex- 
posed equipment would mar the peace and beauty of the 
views and surroundings. 



Suburbia Toiby, July 1963 



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KAISEKI TYORI— PARTY 

East meets West in this Kaiseki Tyori—Japmese Party Dishes— where an occidenml infiue 




OrUntd Beef Stew, a glared yerHon of an Amerkan fawnite, captures t/kt spM of ike (Mmt, 



ORIENTAL BEEF STEW 



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S uAImvmm ca«kk« ofl 

1 grcoi p a yp gr , cat fai iUb attlpc 

1 >wee( rad pqppcr, cat fai drfa Mrlys 

5 cekiT alalks, cM fcigihwlM fai lUa 

■aripa, Jw irt» l-t». p l a e w 

6 tnA i —lu yi WM (dNMt S as.), AteA 



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t 

S t i He i p o p ai JapnMsc mjt i 
1 bMf boaOlM cube 

1. Tniderizi meat accordtog to the directiou; cut 
into IxV* An. strip*. 

2. Heat 1 uUe^oon of the oil in a brfe skiUet. hM 
bed Mrips and fry o^^r high hart about 2 min., <»' 
until wdl ImnvDed. Remove and set aiide. 

3. Add remaining oil aikl heat. A<U next six ingredi- 
ent and cook, turning frequently, aboirt 3 min., or 
until vegetables are crisp-tmder. Remote from heat 
and return moit to skills 




4. to a aauoqpan, thorou^ly Mend comtardi, wfar, 
ud t^er, stir in Um wat» and toy saiMx; add baaO- 
km cube. Bring tfie misOure to boiling and boQ 3 
min., Mirrnig fimpmtly. 

5. l^m HUMX ov«r mart awl vegettbks; faMs lightly 
to coat wdL Heat tlwrou^ly. Serve nimiediately. 

About 4 saifi^s 



p ucgu NG A LA GmnmEr 

WriH SAUOB ORIENTAL 



(•fcoy«) 




Oriental (Me Mdpe) 

1. Prick the tUn of the (bidding with a fiatu 

2. Place duckling skin-«de up on a rack in a sImOow 

S. EoMt la a 400*F oven for 1 hr. lUmove ooen 
M btm pan Mit cdlects. 

4. kiMh dudding with tl» ^K. Cpat with a mfactare 
<d the eocoant, fkxir, salt, awl peppa. 

5. Rebim to ovra and contimie to niaat for IS mm., 
tasting ouce with the <MifMngs. 

6. Serve with Ae sauce. 4$erf^^ 



MELANIE DE mOFT 

Food Editor 



SAUCE ORIENTAL 




1. Combba eerarta rc h , drop firom oranges, ma|^ 
urup, and Imbm joioe b a HttiMpHi', itir uttil snootii. 
AddraiHH. 

3. Bital to bottiv o««r medtan he^ stirring oon- 
sttadTi bofl 3 0^ 

S* Slir tat hMMr m mqtraie and onnges; 
for2iiuii. 

4. fav« hot with ^ roMt dBddlBi. 

.AboHtl^ cupii 



nSH IN JAPi 
Ml»BIH)OM SAV< 




my aww* (ibsTa) 

1. Otmbiae cooontt ud tn^ to a saucepan; bring 
to bmling. Sttafai, prtwing oocomt against sieve to 
exttad flavor; retun Ik^ to die sancqmn awl let 
aside. RMcrve V^ cup coaMat and toaM it for garnish. 

2. Smk aaushroam accordai to packa^ direduos 
until Keened. Rm«vc li^dd and 8 or 9 mushrooms 
for garnidL SHoe rca^nlog jra^WMBs; let aside. 

3. 1% flO^t faMo q^ diM Mo ^ M cap com- 
ttmb, ooMiim aO ndes. HcM enmigb buttery mar- 
jariM te cover the JMltoin ^ a hrge Aim. Add 
ttkUM and eoA AouCl mm. on Mch side, jor until 
i^tly taowned and M tekes emily wheb te^ed 
with a forte Amiige flOeti on a bMted pltm^ and 
keepdien warm. 

4. Btoid 2 tabi^woM of the nniAroom liquid into 
iht 2 tfittpooMS e»ntatsk until fOOBA. Add w^ 
the aUeed BM^uooma and last flve^edieato tol9 
ooeoMit Uqukl in sneepu. Mng npkily to boiliof, 
stirring oooataatly; eock untO ftkdoraed, aboitt 2 ntin. 

5. ^xx» aauee ma Mt md pt^ak with toarted 
eooooot aod icco^^ MBiiB o o a M , whkA have been 
hated fai tetter (waffnrlBo. About 4 Moybigi 



TOASTED GOCONUT--Heat 1 tablespooa hat. 
laror mmrgmeim in diSlet;^^ M cup ooconot and 
heat until Ughtiy biovroed, Mining oeauionany. 



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Suburbia Today, Jufy 1963 



DISHES 



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1. Mb dw Ibit tftfw i^^mlimli tofrinr to nuke 

dMMHieft. Sat andt. 

S. lb p^an -flnldyakf io ffaa eradMMnl lapaneie 

aaaiMr at tfM tiM^ im • fauie ikMlKt oa a hftMchi. 

( A M piaM or aa «betrle akOkt make food aubati- 

MH.) Aninii idi iiv^RUaatt arttatk»lly on • brfs 

^attar or tsvf aad brit^ to die tiride. Prqp«re two 

aarvtap at a tioie. 

S. Hart btaf aurt In a akffl^ until auffleiaat fat ta 

meMad. Renova ffemajntef Md4 Add Mouift amce to 

cover iMitoa of dM akillet. 

4. Add te baitf and ooofc vm Ugh beat, toi^ng 
enoa^ foat vaM |Mnk orior dia^ipean; ranove and aet 
Mida. ArfaofB all <^ier tafradieiti in huUvidttai 
monda tat akillat Top with beef. 

5. Cook nrifl ntfataMaa are im trader. Do not itir. 
Serve taunediatety w^ bowb of hot co o k e d riee. 

OCHA-COGONVr MOUSSE 

iaptmtte gn*n tea Is thf laU^u fkamr-experitttce bi 
ihb eoo^t <lmert a^ro^-Uoe at a grmd finalt for 
mtf tii ikt ftMurtd Jt^amae mabi dbAef. 




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1. HMt oooofWt aad mOk to boiling in a sauccfMn. 
SffiMwe dean heat and Uend m a mixture ci die 
M^r aad gdMhi, rtinini untf fdrtin is diaaoNed. 

2. Add tea bap (or kwae tn tied in a dieesed(Mh 
bag) and idbw (p Meep S mie. Pren liquid from tea 
b^ Hid (ttiard bagi. Sto in food oc^iring. Bloid in 
the com ainy. Cool. 

S. Chffl miKtare until all^tly diidcer than the con- 
tiitonGy of thick, unbeaten ^g ^ite. If diilled in 
r^igantfor, atir oecMiooally; if chilled over ice and 
watar,^ attr frequently. 

4k Beat friatu mixture until lij^ and f<»my. Pcdd 
in whq^ed cieani. Pour into a 1-qt bombe mold and 
freeta uatt frm, idMut 8 hn. or overnight. > 
S. \}mmM onto a diiOed plate and garnish widi 
freab ailat kuivee. 6 to S servings 



BE ORIGINAL"" BARBECUES 

aiii Ua & NiTftit...tlM wMui Wmm^mMm 



Suburbia Today, Juty 1963 



11 




TUaV wim Ak havt •! aagr bartanit — peik up tlK sauce wMi ZMty Lea & Perrins. It brings out 
die best in NulMcued meat And diatll brmg oat the best of prmes fnr you. Birt dmt std>stitirte. 
Only L» k Penim a tihe trnglmi, die graiuJiK W(»cesterAive Sraoe. 




! This free 4»faie "Be 
or^iBal radpaa. It h« an estira 
odwrkkidB of dialMa. WHle Lea * 
lUr Laam, New lanef. 



Lea 4 Petfiaa cook book, with 100 braMl 
on bufbaoMa (above). ak»f widi docana of 



S. 



LEA & PERRINS 



BmiMror 







«.M.aiiiiai:«iMnMaea.aRi.«iwa.aT. 



Mmrn CMKnOR, wWi a p^th 
i^iM. oomM wtta « ar or M* 



in in 

for y«ar 
to mim>i to ma 

rwwTM, meA un- 
oastniet*4 forward vlaioni 



^^km % 



00, 241 Caiumot at., 
BiMton, Wtaoonain 

SafM aaipCaOn aotaus aovoftHod 
IR aittoM«a tod^. 



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Oty ft ZoMu 
County 




WaiM's FlMst Laser! 



Six of these hwKfeome H^nritMi ^a»ea for $4. In^iortad direct 
from Hcriland. Send checic or money order to Dept. sr, S.M.D. 
CompMiy.Box 1580, N.Y. 17.Altowrtiea»t thr ee w e e ks for delivery. 



Walk ail day 
in luxurlou 





D^Scholfs 

ARCH-LIP-r 

Sandals 

liom you can «nlk Urn boon in 
lozurious comfinrt! Hm Uddan 
natal arch nipport lift* your 
•v«ry st^>, pravwato that "iat 
dow " fading rfoidiiMury nandaia. 

Made of fiMt qoalHy laatlMr, 
Dr. SehoU'a ARCH-LIFT* San- 
dra are attractivdy styled tat 
the hoBM, atnet, pbiy or tnvaL 

W«Mii^: Tan. Rad,Whit«i Black. 
Man's: T%n. Brown. Bkwk. «ltJt 

PROTEeTYOUfi 
tmfft FEET I 

B«ili-in areh gives 

VOt^tiH 

toae to 
Rsd.Wkito.ft«*f7JS 




AldlDr.ScNortPool 

to o * n Sm*, Dm4^ Smpm. Or 

Dr. S<lier» 0«»1 5»a>, Ohete \% ■> 



STOP 



MY 



^v^P. 




so SECOND TREATMENT 
Piilvai FlM and Jk$i Sptay^ 
kHto (teas and ticl» on dofs. 
Repels Wm, grats. mosqui- 
toes, nnd files ... <taodorizes. 
Money iMck guarantee. Send 
lor freo booltet on dog care: 
Pulvex. Oept. A. 1911 N. 
aifton. Chici«o 14, IN. 




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HCMramx »DO« OF TME mMMT 
Dn MMflM Bnskfast CM) AfCTtaa 



TABLE 



TIPSY? 



nXITCNNCKI 

iMsidd 
inMiie 





PLASTIC WOOD 




^ MIongertoo 

WHEN OILED REGULARLY WITH 

s-m-oiii on 



MiMirt nt KMUa m M 

[licntc MOfoa ok iw *imi Mr- airt dumant 



YOU HAVE 
A CHOICE 



life and dodh. Use 
bekt. A set of Mirt bcNs in eveiy car 
would save at least S.OOOfivesevcry 
year ... reduce serious flijwiee liy 
one-third . . . aooontag to tfie 
National Safety CoundL Why take 
dnooes i^ien you have a choice? 
Protect yourself and yoiv towed 
ones. Have a set oT seat behs in* 
stalled in your car. Tottay! 



PiMMMd •• ■•puMe asfvlee In e»- 

openliMi artlti The AdvertMnt Counel 
and the ftoOonel S«#«4r OauncN. 



Hilo OUTDOOR 
REPELLENT 




jM iriaa to pralMt Ipmi 



flMMl. Mm0«, ^iMft 

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• SAfI • iUBI 

• IPHCTIVI 

• lAtY 

aae ovnoM MKunr 

UMi* IfllMMlMK 

MM •rlgiMl. MMH Mt* 
MP. M MflaiSiprtaMl 
•iarM. pat Hap^ ^n 
•tarn m write ttfUf 

N.y. 



The Compleat 



BY 
ROY DOTY 




12 



m 



-mmamm 



He*s well into his season of glory now . . . fully equipped 
and ready to fend o§ anyone who threatens his kingdom 



KIT 

1 Chareoal^aKdud gboscs 

t Ear ^^ to sluC out soands of 

sokfcering w^ 
t Hot line to hitfdier Aap 
4 NbAen for bwnt food 

• List (rf good tocal rertaorairts 

• Inhalatw 

I lolcrdbanfeahle mqppy saykip 

Sulmrbki Today, July 1963 

■I 



• 

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II FmNUdkit 

II Eme^iMwy ntioos 

IS* Itrnpcnxf tnamm frowths 

It PwrtiMe ia^anrtor 

14 FathCT's Day toot: Uflite. bto««r, 
cMter. Mid pju qMim 

15 WotiWeBBmMe objects 



rm. 



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I 



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for providing top walua in att typts 
of homt ImprevMNflt Mrvtets. 
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hive Mm do it~thi long*<Mab- 
Hshed buNdtagnvpJ^dtater in yoNr 
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Fanner 








13 



an open letter to 




ALSO OF INTEREST TO: TWIPS. RED SPIDER MITES. LEAFHOPPERS. 

JAPANESE BEETLES. RXA BEETLES. IKBE CHAFERS. UCE BUGS. 

BRACHYRINUS AND FULLER ROSE BEETLES (ADOLESCENT AND ADULT). 

CHIGGERS. LEAF MINERS. WHITE FLIES AND CERTAIN CATERPILLARS. 



You an hereby notified that you have rumed your 
iMt raoe. ra^itedyour lut riwdodendraii. bKghted 
your bet blonom. No longer will you btdy hitea 
on yomg pltnbi tnd tuck the life juioee from ten- 
der young growth. Omuo, on behalf of gardenen 
everywdiere, hM developed a ipray diat gets rid of 
you and your Idnd. Ite name, eo you eanreoogni» 
it and run, if laorox Garden Spray. 

GOING... GOING... GONE 
IsoTOX contains not one. but four iiMectiddes— 
lindane, nudathion. DDT and Tedion". All are 
bad news fcnr pests like you. Th^'H do you in be* 



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a », . , . .»/ ♦ 



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hnyoa have a (fiance to do in the plants. And 
just in case you thripe or red spider mitas or 
beedes are smugly thinkii^ this applia only to 
aphids. you'd bett» wipe the smik off your face. 
laoTOx wipes outover250dilfarent kinds of insects. 

GET OUT OF TOWN 

The time ymi can begin to wmrry is in early spring 
when new leaves unfoU and tender young growth 
is at ito tastiest. Then wily gardeners aqe watching 
for the firrt visit by pests like you. That's when 
laorrox will firrt ^>pew. If you're plamiing to arrive 
in die aeoond imve, «4en buds begin to burst. 
ItOTOX wiO be around again. And when weedier 
tarns warm and Uossoins ut at their peak, you 
bugs can eqiect the worst fatMn Isottm. Our advice 

T.«. w.».». Ha.»rr.t9>inm, aunn . umaim • »■ «n c i iim a wj , Hua uim i iwiw «■» i x M ' iom ■ 



to you M to get out of town wdiile you rtiU have 
die chance. 

A PRIVATE MESSAGE TO AnmMIAnitS 

All gardeners who have bought everydiog short 
of a shot gun to save idants from persistent pests 
«nH be delated vrith this news. All you need is a 
garden hooe and an Ortho Spray-Ette to pnrtect 
your garden with Isorax. Just put Isoroxin the 
Spray-Ette. and the Spny-Ette does the rert— 
automaticdly dilutes the qtray widi water in the 
proper proportion. Patented metcAig jete alwaj^ 
deliver just the right amount of s|Mray. Spray-I^tes 
coat <3.49. i6.45 or <9.95. depending on how big a 
garden you have to spray, laofox. a h^ihly con- 
centrated liquid, coeto *I.I9 for 4 oimces iqi to 
*4.96 ka a quart. Diluted to spray, it coiM less 
than (ti pet pdbn to rid your garden of 250 diffo'- 
ent pern! And lilw all Ortho products, it's guar- 
anteed to do the job. or your mooQr back. 

A FRIENDLY REMINOER 

Ndiile you're at an autkoriied Ottho dealer buy- 
ing IsoTOX, pick up some Ortik) Phaltan Rose & 
Garden Fungicide to control most major diseases 
on Bowers and ornamentals. You can spray it 
ri^t aliMV with Isorrox m the (^rmo Spray-Ette 
and kill twoL blighters with one spray. A shrewd 
ideal The Ortho people are ahnrays inventing 
irays to make your gardening easier. 



ORTHO 



CAUPORNiA OSMICAL COMPANY. oRTHO nvmON. 



Everyone Plays in Thi 



IS 



In the Kettering, Ohio, setup, they think about the game— not the stars 




The Kettering approach — where every boy getfa chance to play — heathe bles^ of Little Let^ue, Inc. whk^ $ays it is "an ejuxpthmd and newswrn-tfiy proptm. 



PPPWiffWWBP 








Hints Ci«n»etma.hv 
Mrs. t^m e«i1b«r, 
MottMT of 6 



wmtderlMuH^ amgamef 



Of eoMfM I Bi^MM, Mm «r«ry«M •!••, Mort 
to SM the worM. VWhil iMttsr roMon fix toy- 
ing to cre(^7 And thoM firtt atton^ aA 
eiMiMng are adorab^ awleviAnI, jwondwfiri to 
birfM^ Sofflo try it foiwafd, <Dft«ni Iw^nMni 
SMI otfMn fiMtcy cratiwiM cra op i n g. No iMt* 
tar what ^lo your Im^ aaiocti, ItM Mnportanl 
thing it tfiat ho's tonino tfw 8 t^ Ca: 
(^nMn^ Oo-enfin«tion, D>ntoel. Happy 
MwhoHzofw! 

Qiif or boy cio apow, •it-abowts or gMWbtNita, 
evofy darling on« of ttMin iM«fa ptoMn . . . 
to lw^» <i«yokip atowig oMMdoa. Tai% My to 
^vo baby m^m preMn: Gbibor 1^ Mm! 
E^nnwB. ThMo baby<4tyta "caaaorolo^ hmtm 
8 IhiiM M awch moat (and ttiofvNMO mi^ 
iMOfv'proA^) M miliar combhMMn bfly 
cHmwra. And idf iMa aavo^ 0ie«t ia mtitj/ 
WoMiod witfi gor^o-flooa ¥ ogoi rt»la a for 
MglM flwor . . . hoarty notiri rt i m o nl S wrl- 
^ioa, trtnJiMd or jimlor. 



Whon ImI^ bac<MBM a 
■*fOMr^MAor" yoyll rmMf havo lo Inap an 
^a on yow tratnti^. Qood idaa to aehadirfa 
Ma nmnk^ tfmaa ^m\ you hwa mem 
MwteMig ttna. Siqf, whan yow'ra taMng a 
'^raahw" or <fe>ing soma ait-dkjwn cIm^m. 
Whan you rahim bf4^ to Ma j>lq< pan, a 
^favorita toy, a anadt of dwbar Aitf ^sk^ or 
tg Bia^iit wM ha^ wtrwm pm- 
-' * at ^ conflMfttwA 

»^t^t§ with »ff»"»i«i^ lasn- 
^rabwd F oM i««ve 




to bm dariiad in ttw way v( fw¥or 
daNgiM..,aad ft^iwIMh btvMMin a ^^ 
b(Ay triad tfw naw Om^t^-Apricc^ m ^>f4a- 
Chany Jtik:^ ]Vt7 



AtMon* I^XMia «4Mm b^ IMS 
riawf niitllanai i hnitt i t ba 
8lm% for aa|o<|K HMMMtaMd iMninii triifeh 
may n^ tmern to you: iBowHin^frfng pteMn. 
d«*0bM af^lteica ewti^ rod^ ^i^ 
dR^«d ^na w Mtow. 



A awfri inMi Itaa Oaib a e. "Our i^^tetiHwirf 
aa^Mita work art a yaar-ii^ jn*'!'^ Ix^*> *■> 
ia^>PO«« tto (|iNMy^ your balv** food. Tdia 
Garter (^awi Bmih^ for «MMf4a. Ovfr a 
pariod of yaan i ^ Mw^Hc^tiMd Ra«Mwh 
DifWfttnWt aiq^iif^Mntad wWi a a vaial graan 
bMA MriitfM tolElM«le0 $ tH$tmk» Mnrin^ 
Aa a raairft of M»M i#»t^ Ma 
baana w yaaawi tantf a r, wte^ 
eria^ «K[«ilr»> twHirM . . . 
hMra 1^ flbar, mora flMt . , , 
ami MMt ta^iftaflA, tti^ M^ « dwHMM^or 
wrfNieh jn^Mitat a hf^r miMtlva viliM.'' 







I 



-ft,-'vmr pr»|Mif#» ovar 1W jN^ woof — bbp»»j 
m«H»t yttir Iwt^s mrbWwiaf M^b, Wehi: i 



itde League 



\Y OMER JOHNSON 



THE FBUufiie of beloi^ng hat 
repiaoe^Kirt^i^iii the Ket- 
t@ing, Ohio, Utde L^i|^. In tMs 
Ktup, if a h(^ wantt to pbvy, he 
iNBpIay. 

Take one nuned Joe, for in- 
mnce, a 12-^etf-cM wkb terribte 
€wrdinatioo. He coidttat run. He 
eeuldn't bit vexy wtA. Aboot the 
only thing i» co^ do with a tese- 
^ was throw it Bat faMrtend of 
t^ Joe Aere «ns no fhet for 
Km, Kettering pot him in the km- 
^ kt^pie in die aqpwriatimi. And 
he'f hm^, beeattsc he k ^uriaax he 
bekHigs, ctmqwflng -with boy* id 
equal ability. 

Another play&, D(m, ftu^out 
with a majorJeigue tna^ but he 
was biKUy placed, and lo he w» 
iaidown one Ingne to the imiKjn. 
The situaticm wm m^^kka^ to him 
md he, too, ms hq>jpy to hie ptey* 
b^ where he ooidd eoiqi^ on an 
«]iial basis. 

EMPHASIS in First KeHnrii^ Lit- 
tle Ln^ie, wMiA mn hora 
Int year, is <» tin fan df piiQrfaif 
faaU. In 1963'i ailDcairtioo book- 
let, parents ve loUi dut it is thev 
«eqK>nsibility to |wt tte ^^rtuuis 
en fun, on the mpymmt ot being 
part of a team, and on die iapoct- 
«ice of good qjortnnattship. **And 
■ever mind wh»e die bof fits faito 
rqxcificlMine.^ 

The bo(ridet fmdMr fmnto out: 
*A child's mind, ftdl of enttmsiaan 
nd void (^ undiK pr^nurei, can 
absori) many w(»deAdthiii|s, and 
even thcNi^ he nay never f4ay ai^ 
tatencholastic btsebaU In later Itfe 

will have the i^tture of bei^ 

unckrstamfim ^wetator." 

Trustees of Fiitt lUtterh^ Uttle 
League state in the boold^ difoi^ 
dieir presidem, Rkhaid O. HiU: 

*^r puipoie k to provide for 
the ehUdren of <Nir xky a dean, 
^jibfesome acdvtty thitf teaches 
^> to af^neciate ^XMtt. We are 
m dedicated to tte bvikfii^ of 
itan or certain indi^teds.** 

This is so stti^^iiMoed tint 
tettt ytar lendts ^ die tel loond 
of play in'die i^rious teag^^i were 
not even made avittlabfe to the local 
newspapers. 

One pqwr m Ae nd^iborhood 
*d pick i^ the tt«y of a major 




leaguer wIk> bit a grand-siam home 
run cm Ml modiei^s birthday. Hw 
sipry also point«l out that Ik later 
"sii^l^, Mole second base, and 
then K(»ed die run that enaU^ 
Ms team to win." 

A dii^ng <A the yrdcle is in 
First Kettering Little League's 
scrapbodL There is a nota^m by 
it wMch tay% **This stcny was not 
rdeased by any crfficer ... It is 
against FKLL pdicy to play up 
indivklwd performance." 

All news media were informed 
J\oi this, as were all persons 
connected widi die Utde LeagiM 
{Nrogram and parents. 

Richard HiU, an engineer at the 
Natimal Cash Register Company, 
and Bud Compton crf-the same firm 
are co-founders of the teague. 

A hel(Hng hand came from the 
Frank Irelan family, who made IS 
acres available to the Little 
Leaguers in m almost rural setting. 

The l^oot, on what remaiia oi 
the Irdan famfly farm, includes 
one i^iaT diamond, fdus sevmi 
practke &lds. Thne are special 
areas set aside for detailed instruc- 
tion, widi two dirowif^ pits and a 
slicing rai^. 

No spectators ever are afiowed 
in diese i»actice areas. In fact, a 
l^yer is noi evai altowed there 
Mmself unless he is mtii Ms team 
or has been invited by an author- 
ized Mlult f<M' speciid inrtrucdon. 
The trustees have even avi^ided 
putdng stands behind the bi^kstc^, 
and dugmits have been located 
where they are not easQy accessiUe 
tospe^ators. 

PARENTS are enthusiastic because 
dieir sons reflect Uie fun diey are 
havTi^. They're playing ball with- 
out being siri)jected to uiklue pres- 
sufe, vdlich is a hardriiip for grow- 
ii^ boiyi who have j^nty to con- 
tend widi as it b. 

Some of Kettering's minor 
leaguers, playing dwir best because 
they're relaxed, will pmgnss to 
major lea^iiMS this summer. And 
many of diem wonit— but dieyll. 
stfll have a team to beloi^ to, a 
gasM to play, and a heatthy eqwri- 
eiKe in give and take diat they 
never could get on the side lines. 




Suburbia Today, Juty 1963 



IS 



i 'iir$ ofm 

MIMJUS' 

by Ann Davidow 



HOURS OF FlIN iii. x. 



the koala 

is a treetop 

bear. 



When boby is too young to clinnbi 
he clings to Mother all the time. 



ITS PUN TO LEAKN 'CAUSE ITS FUN TO DIAWi Ami 
Davidow's dmnning bocvk, 'Let's DraU) Ananak* ocm- 
tains 80 much to enjoy ... STEP-BY-STEP DRAW- 
INGS that offer the thrill of creative success... 
mSTRUCnON-IN-RHYME fidl of the kind of gay, 
iHiimacal humor that chUdrmi tove to reeul or listen to 
0¥«r and os& again. 

A NEW VERSION OF A FAMOUS RATUKI Successful 
artist, mitiMS* and educator, Ann Duvidow's famous 
'*Lef9 Drwf* ieature is enjoyed ev«ry Sunday by nul- 
IkMis oi diildmi in American Ixanes coast-to-coast 

100% MONEY-BAdC GUARANTEEI Hours of fun and complete 
satisfaction guarantee or you may r^um bodes f<M^ full r^und. 




TO: SUBURBIA TODAY BOOKS 

153 North Michigon Avenu«4 Qiioago 1, Illinois 



EncloMQ find #- 



for wWch piMM M<id m« postpaid 



■liT's DIAW ANIMALS" at foiiowi! 
Qwcmrily 
. . . .WkPa COVER @ $1.00 Mch 

. . . .DBUXE COVa 9 $2.50 Mch 




There's a new dog food 



... u. 













with a secret scent 




that calls your dog 





to dinnerl 




Simidy add wanu water and new C^o-Pi^ 
Bar-B-Caiew nieaaes a aacni aee^ tiiat 
calla your dog to diiiner— l^ho acant of 
real beef flavor tiiafa toaated hrto efvcfy 
cnmchy dnmk. 

New Gro-Pap Bar-B-(%ew not oaky 
tmeUs as good aa hfiidmiger—it's aetiia% 
more comidetely notiriaking than ham- 
burger, with e¥cvy wsAamA ymm dog ia 
known to need for a loi^ and htqppy life. 

SUrt pleaaing and nonriahing him 
mnm with new Gfo-Puy Bar-B-Chaw. 



GRO-PUP BAR-B-CHEW 



Snhnrhid- 
Any J)a\! 



L 




T/k«y WORT 10 knew if (Aqt em hrb^ aH^ffkbtt" 





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'WHai 4o you mmm Omf cmft tmk* Uf^ 



14 



ifo^HrMs Today, JtOy 196f 



How Much 




If 



f 





Is Enough? 



'^Study your climate and soil, and you'll find ways to save gallons and get the same results 



BY JOHN BRIMER 



THE LiFEBLOOO of the |Men U water. Sml 
minerali and fbcxb mart be to icrfutikMi — in 
other wonis, in wa^r— before tii^ am be ab- 
•oibcd by the tiay hiknmA vaa^it^ and canri^ 
dirough Uw sttu^Me dt Ae ^t to l»ep it grow- 
faif and hedthy. But by tmclerstanding your c!i- 
aurte aikl soil aad 1^ adapting ymir (^rations to 
Iten, you axk cut <k>wn mi watering chores and 
nm many doenif dt gidlons each week. Here's 
wittt to cfmsider: 

Water at tow-use tintes, eaily or late^when 
yott have food pieswre and can work qukldy. 
Improving the soil is a mite ««y to save water 
and the tinw spent in waterii^. Everyone knows 
that "open** or nt^ wc^ dlow water to run 
ii|ht throu^ and d^ out fast. Clay and com- 
pact^ sdls are teo "tj^" to alacNl) sidsture, 
add rain or afwUdef water tarn off <|uiddy. Both 
Midy and di^ k^ eui be improved \at^&t addi- 
tion of humus — p^t moM, kafmold, craipost, 
etc.— and sand wffl hdp tight soils. 



YouH al«} have to water less ci^oi if you culti- 
vate the soU, loosening \a^ crusts and raiu>ving 
we«b which steal water. 

One sure way to find mit luw sofl absorbs water 
is to dig down and find out. Water for a half iKwr, 
th» utt a K)il auger or a spade to take \sp a sam- 
|rie <^ soU a foot or so down. Measure depdk of 
watar penetration so that you can gauge how mudi 
turn will be needed to get moisture to root levds 
and replenish the natural reserves. You may find 
you've been watering longer and using more water 
than you need^ to. 

Avoid watering on wnndy days. Even li^t 
J\, iMreezes whip water away from the areas you 
are attemj^ng to sprinkle, and high winds waste 
water by drying out phints. There is usually litde 
or no wind in early-morning hours or after sunset 
— another mson why thew are good watering 
dmes. Where wind is a constant {noblem, it wOl 
save water if you build fences or windt»eaks to 
IHevent drying out. 

And ^(nisider mulching your beds with a layer 
of loose'material an inch to six inches deep. Tlie 
inuteh sh<Hild be open enough to admit moisture 



and air, y^ heavy enou(^ to diade die soil and 
keep it cod, tlKiel^ rolucing evaporation in hot 
weather. AnxM^ mutehes used today are peat 
moss; ground-up corncobs; trails of b^kwheat, 
rice, cocoa, and other cro(»; wood chi|s; shmlded 
bark; salt marsh hay; and sawdust. (Be warned 
that sawdust may rob the soil of nitro^n n^ded 
for plant growth, necessitating tiK use of 1 to 1 Vi 
lbs. of h^h-nitn^n fertilizer pec inch <tf sawdust 
to every 50 square feet.) 

For sizable jdants, like young trees and newly 
planted shrubs, Iwavy irrigation can be sim|:riified 
by making a "saucer" of soil to cover the approxi- 
mate root area and filling this with water two or 
three times a week, as ne«led, so that it soaks 
directly down to the roots. Vegetables and flowers 
grown ui rows may be watered with soaker hoses 
placed close to the plants, delivering water directly 
to the soil so there is little or no evaporation and 
no s|dashing <^ dirt on the leaves of food cx&p^. 

With these suggestions to start ymi off, study 
your partkular problem and see what improve- 
nwnts you can make. Y<ni11 soon have some good 
tricks of your own and more to show in the garden 
for less woric and less water, too. 




Siug-o-Bug is Non-Toxic when used as directed 
because it contoins f^rethrins ^Nature's own 
insecticide derived from a rare strain of. 
^rethrum daisim that grow high in the hills 
of Africa. Slug-o-Bug's pyrethrin formulation is 
Non-Toxic to humans... yet is sudden death 
to insects and other household pests. 

Slug-o-Bug teoves no toxic residue, no poisons 
ttrat con build up in tlie body to dangerous, 
even fatal proportions. Used as directed, 
Slug-o-Bug can be sprayed near children, 
food and pets with sofety. And Stug-a-Bug is 
not only safe, it's swift and sure— acts faster 
and mora. effectively than many toxic insecti- 
cides. What's more, Slug-a-Bug even kills 
insects that hove become resistant to DDT 
and other toxic sprays. 

So, don't take chances with your family's 
health, look for the words "Non-Toxic" on 
the Slug-a-Bug bbd— they're your guarantee 
that Skig-a-Bug contains the worid's safest 
known insecticide. Get Non-Toxic Slug-a-Bug 
today— another fine product from Bridgeport 
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off with wdl-choeea aooeasories (a trett you 
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Art Show Hits New 
Reconis Despite Rain 

VIRGINIA BEACH — TTie eightfi ^nniMd Boawiwalk Art 
Show hit its $20,000 anticipatexl sales maifc ^mU^ despite a 
drizzling rain and sUll had a (uU day oi nk» weadier Monday b^ore 
the show closed. 

This yew's show has definitely htm die lazi^t and most 
ai^w^l to (bite, dranri^ Omu- 



an(to of art fiindera along Ms 10> 
block lei^ during the tWe days 
it wm open. 

A f^rry of controversy 
brelw Mrt Friday whan Dlefc 
Cup0, • ai-yMiH«M ariM from 
Melolwrt, wm mqpMti fram 
Mm shew for axhiMfhif tw* 
p^ntinis Mt^dered "obiection- 
wNa and In |iaor tasto. ' 
Art show officials and police 
r^MH-ted Thursday they had re- 
ceived a niHnIm' of ctmid^nte 
^wut the painUnp, "David" and 
"T1»e Triangle." He was a^d to 
take down Ms painting of i nude 
man, whidi he did. BvA Friday 
the painting rea{^>eaied with a 
brMf f»iir of tmthing trunls ^M- 
ed on the figun:. 

Cupp's $5 en^ fee vns re- 
tuned to 14m and he was orcteied 
fronn tte aliow. 

At the iwS^^ SkOurday after- 
noon rt Star of ^ Sea CistthoUc 
Chufch, the foUov^^ awards 
WNVBUKie: 
• Mm. tola Grieger of BaUwin, 
Md., ttae ^00 faest-to-^Myw {ffiae 
for a vma tttled ''Artists' Mod- 
el." 

Mm C^man, Bon Air, the $100 
•toida 'Roper Awurd in oils for 
"Paeiflc WaU." a tm s^Mape- 
Cumoi won ^ same airard ^ 
year. 

IHal ^9^, Ato^Ntown, H. J., 
Oe ^ fna^ DeiWoU watnedu- 

btowli^ to a inw^Ml atre^, 

Lowell I^ie^ \ut yMr's bert- 
ta4imr winner fran WMhingtm, 
the $50 Ai^ew Galleiy Awanl 
lor Graphka for "The Kite." 

Uward C. Canen, VlraMa 
la a ch, Mm $100 Allot O nB iw w y 
wars tw raprasenianenei 
prinNiifl for Ms small sHIl IWa, 
*'PWwl«r and Pean." Hm llialia 
raiMant wu the only dOHbia 
wHinar ha ano aatiMHl naiior* 
mmtion In gr^ica for 
Era" an ink wwrfi 
dnwdng of a tumbMMewn 
dwatlir^. 

Keniwtti Beer, Haniso^Mirg, 
4iie Vii^inla &»Kdi Art lA^ocia- 
tion's $100 award lor sculpture 
for "Onhmcian," an al^rairt 
st^l pieee. 

Auturo Ba^ols, Milton, Del,, 
the Aaeodaiion's ^ award for 
ceramics. He eii^»«d a bowA. 

Carkon S. AWwtt, YorWown, 
ti» AssocifftlM's 150 anvaid for 
p^els for '13(n^ in Hari>or." 
Hffliorable mentions •vmA to: 
0U»— A. B. Jacks(m, Nt^fol^ 
"Veronica's Veil", Carl Pucha, 
New York, "■RenaU." 

Watercotors: Beverly W. I^ir- 
mm, Norfolk, "bnpressions of the 
FteW;" Walter Thm, Virginia. 
Beach, "Man(hl«id 




Graphka: Edvrard C. Canron, 
"Bygom &«*'; Jums Kitby, Chea- 
iQ}eak», "Tialn fHoaing"; Stephen 
Csoka, Woodhaven, N. Y., "Tam- 
ing." 

Sculpture: Leoiwd Uv^m, 
fUctaiwad, "Open ll(»rers." 

P^els: Betty FMm-, Cocker- 
ville, Md.. "Fiaharman'a Green." 

CeiafRites: H^n A^^ltt, jug; 
J<^h IteMulten, '€toM#are Fa- 
cade." 

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'Uap-The-Dip' 
Offendef Loses 
Permit For Year 

vracn^A BEACH— A 17•yea^ 
M (Norfolk youth was convicted 
of racUesi driving in Juvenile 
and Dmnestic Relations Ckmrt 
Thur^Uy for partidpating in a 
"leap-the-dip" chase on Bay Col- 
ony Drive last montJi. 

Juvenile Judp L. Trav^ 
Branch revoked the boy's driving 
permit for one yeur. 

lliis » the Mcond convictlMi 
in an tXhrt by Virginia Beach t^ 
Ikst and Juvenile Cmirt to aadi 
^^vn on the dang«x)tu teen-age 
]ig[«. (MvMft saU flMtt* 

Tt» Norf<tt ymitii was drivhtg 
so Hsi, acosding to t^tiOMny, 
tiiat the front ImnqMr of the car 
struck the next hifl several times. 

i^ Colony Drive is the main 
tlioroughfare into Bay Colmy ami 
in recent months youngstera have 
bem driving over the road'i 
cre^ mk! dips so fast that some- 
tlB»t all four wlraels leive the 
nMd. 



Pomes Nearly 
Claim Lives 
Of 6 Children 

BAyIim — When Mrs. Maiy 
Bryant of sHertfdrd, N. C. dreve 
into ^e fiarking^ lot sA Sonrlew 
BMch Sunday, 0fift tiH»i|^ ttw 
^uldren ^were adeep In tl» back 
seat' 

'Hie whidow3 of the ce* iMd 
r^nained e^wd all the w^ A^^m 
Hertford wh&e poisonous cariKXi 
monoxide fttmes from a defective 
exhauM oipe leaked Into the car 
thrdu^ 1m tivnk. 

Six chM«n were ridii^ in the 
rear 9e«t. Upon arrival, the chil- 
dren wMe gro^y and the two 
oldest giris, 15 or 16 yMurs dd, 
were w^mickHis. 

An liibulaiMK ft^ Ocean 
Pxck Fbf Dept. took the children 
to Noitfj^ General Hospital, it 
was r^orbNl- All of the chiltoi 
recovered. ^|^ 

Capt. a. H. Stone of VirgffiS 
Beach Poli(» said that tlw car 
pulled 4lito SMview Be«ch at 
about 1 fm. Bb %^d, that the ages 
of the ddUren rai^d firom 
i^bout tjifte to 16 years. 

"If flwy'd driven another 
flv« i^m, I don't iMnk they'd 
hafve ptimli through/ Aoim 
said. 

All of the children were riding 
in back. Accx>rding to SAxim, an 
unld«ttified adutt was riding in 
the fro^atet with Mrs. Bryant 

Cai%ii1Am»ide tt an odoriess 
poiiMMMis gi^. Stone sakl ^t the 
car, a 1915 ford, was equipped 
iidth in «dinidt p^ whidi 
emeifw iSump ^ x^^r bunEqjh 
er. AmMi^lte ^aam^ oiMM 
Ittd beeoqik Itemed cffiiii^ ^ 



Folk Music 



Police Warn 
Of Firearms 

VmOimik BEACH ■— llie po- 
lice department this week ianied 
a warning to all residents agairat 
^ imlawful use of firearms ami 
Quoting biids wttlun the city. 

City ordinance no. 49 prohM>lb 
tiie dischai^ing of fireanns, in- 
<^idii^ iUni^ts, peUet and B6 
guns <a any apli^ laopeUed gun,, 
alimg rottlwi^ or wlttiin 300 lent 
<A aay ttmA or dweDbig. 

Vtolation of tfite adiiMuioe is 
^mmd as a misdeo^anor and 
oouM be pinishirijle by a heavy 
fine or Jail term or both. 




Glram Baton's "(irf's femwaary" 6xm H.ym^ odmmeiM 
9fd fairie crowds. (Baldwin Amo) 



Lovers Will 
Get New Spot 

Ymmm. ^ach— rtdk mu- 
sk &ui8,vill soon bf able to ^oy 
tbeta: ^vosito kam of muse in 
an tttmoqd^re requniaoent <d tltt 
cotfee-hoi»e8 so fOpuln* with Vt» 
f^ksy seta of Greenwid} Village 
and San innaKbeo. 

MUEe Hen^han, proprietor of 
the B&M Delicate^en at 24th and 
Elastic Ave., and a folk mm 
enthusiast himidf, amKwnoed to 
day tiiat his rMtaurant wQl fea- 
ture a we^eml "Folk Musk Cab- 
«et" starting th^ Saturday. 

Entertainment will toe provided 
tKm 8 p.m. to nudnight by the 
'\Hard TrawllCTS," the young mu- 
sicians wbo captivi^ed visHoia to 
tbe Boaidwidk Art Show last 
weelKiKl. Heneghan said that 
other good local talent wmild ap- 
p^ur on f^tore evening 

irutead of beer, tbe cabaret 
n^nu will feature such coffee- 
h(wse speciakies as EaqMr^so, Ca- 
pucinno, Mocha Java, bot smiDed 
dder and a vari^ of «xo^ teas. 
Food and pastries will also be 
served. 

"If tlM idea goes over well on 
the ttwek^idto, we'U try it durii^ 
the 'iweek as weU," Heneghan 
said. 

BRUNIE-TUNNEL 
WORKER INJURED 

(^USAFEA^ BEACH — A 
comtruction vioricer on the Ches- 
^leake Bay Bridge-Tunnel was 
ta^lorKl W'^D^day wlm> a crane 
repm'tedly awung anwnd xaA 
\m^ his teg. 

Leslie Joi»s, 33, of the 2S)0 
l^)ck of Marion Drive, Chesa- 
peake, was mirkii^ on the farth- 
est iiland flrom the Vi^nia B^cfa 
side of tiie prqe^ wbn he was 
hurt. He was taken t^ boiA to 
the Swtii iMud vidiere mmAmw 
(rftte ChesapMke Iteach Fire De- 
I»rtr^irt pM^nd him up and took 
hkn to 0if^ua itosfittaL Tlw acci- 
itant (Koiifad at abmit 3 pjo. 

Hb CMidfltoi was ^Mribed. 
IH^esdi^ wtmk^ m "good". 



Swimming Banned at Inlet 




"Qwrlk" Co^ and P^m Mdjowan of Columbus. C»iio 
found the s^tell^g Ueal but didn't go near die water. S%ns 
were posted Frklay at Eudee I^t wanynt batlwrs 




Lotos Festival 
Opens Wed. 

VIRiGBVIA BEACH— Tlie ninth 
annual Lotus Festival opens Wed- 
iKsday at the sprawling LcHus 
Gardens near Sandbrldge Beadi. 

The annual Lotus Ball and the 
ONronation of Queen 1/^s IX 
Wednesday night at the Cavalier 
Beach and Cabana Club, Virginia 
Beach, will kick off the first of 
several ^>ecial events planned 
durii^ the week-long fesUv^. 

Seven candidates are compet- 
ing for 11% queen's crown: Jenni 
fer Camper, Mary Ellen Ettier- 
idge, Sandra Hamrick, Abby Hil- 
ton, I^unela Hopkins, Joyce Ann 
McCleskey and Susan Walker. 

The queen will reign through- 
out the remainder of the festival. 
The festival is sponsored by the 
Cape Henry Woman's Club and 
the Virginia Department of Con- 
servation and iEconomlc Devdop- 
ment. 

There wiH ibe a church service 
at Tabernacle MeUrodist Church, 
by the gaMens, on Sunday. Club 
day at the gardens will be Mon- 
day and the 50th Army Band 
from Fort Monroe will give a couk 
cert on tbe U. S. Coast Guard 
lawn at Virginia Beach on July 
24th. 

The garden will be open to vis^ 
itors throughout the festival 
week. Boat rides ' through the 
scenic gardens will also be xml- 
able. The ladies of the Taberaade 
Methodist Church will also serve 
sandwiches and plate lunch^ 
during the festival. 

The festival is an annual event 
designed to brmg attention to tbe 
natuntl treaaire of the lotus. 

The following committee, mem- 



New Bill May 
Reimborse City 
For Bridge Cost 

BY RUBY JEAN PHILLIPS 

WASHINGTON, D. C— Congressman Thomas N. D(»wning 
has made another attempt to reimtwrse tbe City of Virgiitia Beacb 
for die $79,000 Broad Bay-Long Creek bridge which was stnuk 
out of the authorization bill last year. 

He introduced a separate bill in the House Monday undef 
authority of the River and Harl^r 



Marinas, Aecreation On 
TBivel Ciiincil Agenda 



Vl|G»aA BEACrf — -Hie Vir- 
ginla Travel CouncU tm reserved 
fsillKies and apconuqodations for 
tbe^ meettog of twenty of its 
stiMulii^ committees at the Beadi 
on Sepl(Nnl)er 12 and 13, pkas a 
naeting of its board of directors 
on the aAemoon of September 
13.. , 

IiMduded in the meetings are 
sesaom dealing wtth the pr»eirt 
and futurei needs of the n^ffina 
and ws^ reore^iaDal resources 
needs of the 3,000 miks of Vir- 
^nia's shore-line. Guy Oimby ot 
Rkhm<»Kl, head of the travel and 
r^ort departiuent of Riclmiond 
New^apers Inc., wiU be chair- 
nan of the Usrrm Committee, 
»id repTMentatives of thirty^ive 
of tile Virgtaua counties are ex- 
pected to be in attendance. In 
the 9^oup invited to intend are 
die supointendents of the Fed- 
eral enqioundments at Buggs Is- 
land <K«rr Dam and Iteservoir) 
and I%ilpotts Lake, of tlw state 
parks in Virginia, of ttie TVA, of 
the private marinas, of the State 
DepaitoMnt of Game & Mmd 
Fiadienes who a<knini^r the 
bMthig laws of the State, and of 
boat manufacturen and distribu- 
tors thnmgbout the Old Domm- 
ion. 

11k ol^ective of the meeting 
will be to take stock of the pres- 
ent ^tuaticm in Virginia and to 
draw a bUl of particulars that 
will enunciate the things that 
mui^ be doaie for the full devel- 
opm^t of Vii|;inia's shore4i!» 
for the t)eiA eeonomic advance- 
ment of tiie CoounoRweaith. 

"Virginia," R. F. Nela>n, man- 
aging director of Vbe Coundl 
said, "liMist supply in the future 
much of tlw opportunity for bo^ 
ing enthusiasts throu^Kiut the 
stitM to our west Which are with- 
(wt irater resources supplyii^ 
this reosi^oMl iwed." 

"Hie Cmmdl wants to kmw 
what tiwd and boM ^lows ttie 
Cmincil dK»id eito* to adv^lise 
Uiii gt«at tvMMiree. It mu^ know 
if boaft rmnf^ avaM>le f<n- 1^- 
ws ste mAmtit, if the ^tim a 
dc^ its bit in adv^tisfa^ (Us 
ffrMtasM^ tf tiie farM pstotaii]^ 



to our waterways are sufficient or 
if they are oppresive, if water 
r^(Mirce dewlc^wnent, pollution 
control, safety r^ulations and 
many otl»r things relative to our 
indukry are as they should be. 

"Virginia in the future must 
fight to develop every facet of its 
travel economy. Our water ^wrts 
are one of our great facilities, and 
it's necessary ih^ their devd^ 
ment and advertising should be 
the be^ that wir people can de- 
vise." 

TTie Committee meeting has 
been designated to be held at the 
White Herwj Motd & Marina, 
Virginia Beach. 



Rotary Aoctioit 
Sale Thorsday 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
annual auction tale ipeniorad 
by the Vir^nia Baadi Rotary 
Club will be h«M Thuraday 
night in tha Alan B. Sh^iard 
Civic CMifor hare, it hm baan 
anneuncad. 

the MicHon sale is achadulad 
to gat imdarway at 6:30 p.m., 
aecarding to Dr. L. O. Clark, 
Jr., general chairman of tiia 
event. 

Maury iUganto, a Virginia 
Baadi raddant atid widely 
known Tidawator auctioneer, 
will again denata his sarvicas 
to tha club «m1 will aarva at 
auctionaar. 

Tlia auction uth it open to 
tfia general public and tliara 
w no admistioii to tlia tala. 



Act requesting that the fe^ral 
government absorb the a^ of 
the tn-idge. 

lliis additional $79,000 raises 
the Lynnhaven Bay project ap- 
propriation to 11,147,000 in fed- 
eral funds. ' ^ 

Norman L. Dobynt, admtn« 
istratlva asaMMit to Downing, 
alto told tha Sun-Nawt Monday 
morning that tha Heuaa mm! 
Senate Af^prepriatfon Commi^ 
laat have a^'aad to induda 
$100,000 in their 1964 budget 
for tha MSX eyalM- diaaaaa ra- 
aaarch profact, at autherixad 
by Downing't bill latf yaar. 
The bill provides a stock re- 
placement program and research 
for seed beds affected by the 
MSX disease. 

Downing said he believes the 
comments filed by Virginia's 
Commission of Fisheries, the Bu- 
r«Hi of Conmiercial Fisheries and 
the Fl^ and Wildlife Service 
"yep-esent ample ev^^ce for 



hearing on it wm haU hara hi 
March by tha Army Cor^ af 
Engineers. 

One of the factors that has bekl 
tte project up was toe report by 
the Fish and Wildlife Servit* <mi 
the MSX situation. This repeal 
reached tlw Engineers on June 25 
and Col. iR. H. Free, district «i- 
gineer, said then he "hoped the 
evidence would be sufficient" 

Though it usually takes a hill 
two or three years to work its 
way through a{^ropriate chan- 
nels, Downing said he would 
'^make every effort to otitain 
pas^^ in this Congress" for the 
$79,000 reimbursement. 

Tunnel Worker 
Electrocuted 



INDEX 



CliMsificd 
EdUoitel 



Seddy 



make ttie festival a success. Chair- 
man, Mrs. Leonard Iffiediew; Co- 
chairman, Mrs. Gilbert Iteene; 
Band Concert, Mrs. Arthur B. 
James; Mrs. George Webber; Bidl 
Decorations, Mrs. John Itefcer & 
Mrs. Clyde Whitehead, Communi- 
cations, Mrs. Cecil Reed; Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Mre. B. Nod 
Fallwell; Posteis, Mrs. KeniMsth 
L. Seay; Queen Contest, Mrs. Gil- 
bert Keene; Tickets, Mrs. A. J. 
Chewning & Mra. George Web- 
ber; Patrons, Mrs. M. M. '6a*e- 
man; & Mn. Council D. Garrett, 
Tressurer, Mrs. T. C. Fishbeck. 

HOWARD HEADS N. C. 
COLLEGE NEWS BUREAU 

GREENVILLE, N.C.— Henry 
B, Howard erf Greenville will 
become director of public rela- 
tions and of the news bureau at 
East Carolina College August 1, 
President Leo W. Jenkins an- 
nounced today. 

For the past 4 years Howard 
has been a reporter and feature 
writer on the Greenville Daily 
Reflector. 

He is the brother of Mrs. E. 
B. McDaniel, 115 Wright Circle 
in Laurel Manor, Virginia 
Beach. 



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BAYSIDB — A Oiesa 



rjmntoven pwrt^iiot. "" ' 
May Start in '64 

Dobyns also said he was "reas- 
onably sure that some money will 
be forthcoming so tbat the pio- 
jeot can get started in 1964." He 
indicated that the $30,000 appro- 
priated for final reconstructi(m 
planning ix^HiM be the first 
amount realized. 

The $79,000 &nds for Ibe 
Broad Bay-Long Creek bridge 
w^ deleted from the authorized 
bill last year, apparent^ because 
it was contrary to the Bureau of 
the Budget's policy on making 
retroactive paynmits. 

However, -Downing has con- 
tended that the amount should be 
paid to the City of Virginia Beach 
because it was part of the govern- 
ment's requirements on tlw 
brii^e. 

In a communication from 
Downing on Juiw 13 be said he 
was studying the possibility of in- 
troducing a separate bill for the 
^>ecific purp(»e of obtaining the 
$79,000. 

'*nie merits are certainly 
th«e," Iw said at that time, "but 
there is always great difficulty in 
obtaining exceptions tttxa a 
standing national policy." 

Tha Lynnhavan Bay dredg- 
ing project hat baan on tiia 
books tinea 1959. A public 




peake Bay Bridge-Tunnel pro- 
ject. 

James A. Weraer, 24, a star 
athlete at Frecferick College and 
a construction worker mi the 
project, was eln^trbcuted wlwn 
he picked up a defective el^rtrk; 
wrench while cleaning tools. 

TheOicsapeake Beach Volun- 
teer Fire Dept. was called to the 
scene but was unable to revive 
Werner. 

Werner was an outstandii^ 
player on the Frwterick Collcjp 
basketball team ami received ^ 
school's sportsmanship award ^ 
the annual athletic banquet held 
recently. He would have been a 
junior next fall. 

A native of Lewisburg, CMio, 
Werner served in the Navy in 
Norfolk and was a member of 
the Servlant and Naval Hosprtal 
basketball teams. 

Werner resided with his wife 
in the 700 block of 3rd Ave, 
Western Branch Borough, Che^- 
peake. 

In addition to his wife, Ae 
former Gail Lee Welk, he is sur- 
vived by his parents, Fred B. 
and Mrs. Leslie Johnsori" Werner 
of Dayt(Mi, (%k>, and three 
brothers, Merrill Werner of htor- 
folk, William Werner of Wayn«- 
ville, Ohio and Larry Werner of 
Lewisburg. 



NARTU. Displays Fighter At Beach 




An F-U-F-l Grumman "Tiger" canw to Viiginia Beach 1^ w«^end as a i»blie ^^by the 
Nav^ Air R^erve Traimng IMt. Pictured are: Gapt. WHliaan G. Thompson Jr., ittyer liink A 
Itasch (Cmdr. USI^ Ret.), Petty Officer 2nd Class J. B. Bims airi C^ndr. m. F. tMdt. Qbek said 
th^ I^iAiBTU was "ahvays abensted m yoia^ men aeddng a Naval Air eaem:* ^Atate t^ioto) 



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Virginia BmcH SUN-NEW^ Tuesday, July 16, 
Part* ^ * ' * f " 



1963 



^ppard*Bmlentim Rites 




Personal Mention 



Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Heiming«n 
of Hayward, Calif., spent several 
days Imt week as tbe guests of 
Mr. and Mrs. HuoU 8. Kellw 
at their iKUae on 71^ St. 



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Wiirfer 
have returned to their home on 
52nd St. after spending several 
days at Th< Greenbriar at White 
Sulphur Springs. W. Va., where 
Mr. Winder attei^ed 'the Virginia 
State iBar AasodMioo' n^etii^. 



Mrs. Heln^s Butler and Mrs. 
Mary Shepherd of Saffolk apeiti. 
last week at The Marii»er. 



Miss Elizabeth SwiUwrland sod 
her tiamce, Michael C Cordingley, 
Ittve arrived tnm IiMiflail, Tur- 
key iiKl are vialing Miss Smitil- 
^jl^'s moth^, Mm. Jam^ J. 
Sfcutherland in Bintoidk P<Art. 
MIm ^utherl»d aiid ACr. Centl- 
ingtey will be maiTied this &itur- 
day afteraoon. 



Mrs. Dolgins 
Iteturns From 



Pictured at the re^^frtkm folk>wu^ tticir weckltng recently at 
KraipsyiUe Baptist Churdh are Mr. asd Mrs. Arthur Bju4ett 
BalleQtii» Jr. T^ bride is the form^ Miss JudMi N. Sieraard, 
dni^«r of Mr. and Mrs. Mai^dl E. SOieppard df Vtrgjnia. 
Beacb. T!» groom is the s<»i<rf Mr. ami Mrs. Aithuyr B«rtlett 
BalkiKim Sr. ol Noslblk. The couj^ will resi^ in TaMxjt I^ 
m Norfolk. (Paul K. White Photo) 



Horton-Babcock 
Vows Spoken 

CHESAPE^^ — Mitt Pa- 
ttkm Grace MbitoMi and James 
Hawy »)cock III of V 



MRS. REED WILL 
AHEND BOARD MEET 

LONDON BRIXJE — Mrs. J. 
Davis Ee^ Jr. of London Bridge, 
a director of ttie Garden Club of 
Virginia, will atteirf a me^ii^ oS 



Mrs. Edward Carwr of Middle- 
town, R. I., spent several days la^ 
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 
S. Meredith M their Bay Colwiy 
home. 



Mrs. Donald W. Merrick and 
Mi^. Ix}uis Johnson have returned 
to their bf^nes here after ^lend- 
i^ several days in Detroit, Mich. 



Mr. and Mrs. G«orge L. Al- 
dridge huve their grandchildren, 
Kelly aiki Natalie Dyer, of War- 
ner Robins, Ga. spending two 
weeks with them at their home 
on 22nd St. Mr. and Mrs. Jac^ 
DriKoll and their five children 
of Redding, ^a.,a*e also spending 
this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. 
Aldridge. 



MiB. J. E. liacouture and her 
four chfldren are spending the 
summer months at their cottage 
at Nantucket, *R. I. Capt. Lacou- 
ture will join his lam^y later this 
month. 



Netting 



Miss CJaroline Waldrop and her 
brother,' Steve Waldrop, of Roa- 
nbke are spending this week as 
the gue^ of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. 
Jordan ^ tiieir hosne on Bruton 
Lane. 



Mr. and Mrs. George R. Guy 
and their two children of Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla. are spending 
sonw tiiM visitii^ Mrs. Guy's 
paRi^ Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bem- 
^iwn in Bay Colony. 



Miss Nitia Lowell of Alexandria 
is visitii^ her grandparen^, Mr. 
and Mrs. F. iDent2«ll LoWell at 
their honie on &4th ^. 




f^KfcVt. BafAist Churdi. Tlie 
Rev. ¥tmk Hugli^ Jr., pa^»r, 

Tte bride is the daughter of 
Mr. ud Mrs. R. Patrick Horton 
ot Smilh Norfolk. The bride- 

rpo « tte apa of Mrs. James 
Bocock Jr. o€ Virginia B^di 
awl the tote Dr. Bocw:k. 

1^ Mdc wt^ gjven in mar- 
mȤ/s k^ her U^et. Mm I^rlene 
Itoton, si^er of the hnik, was 
maud of hoM^, Mm Oieryl 
fte^Ban and Mks A)i»m Curt- 
ly ven iumot bridesmai(fai. 
C^y Willtams of Great Bridge 
was ftowcr girL 

Junes A. Lert Jr. <rf Norfolk 
was best man. Groomsmen were 
EN-. S^ntey W. Jenninp, Mac 
Mia^w, and Ricbard and Tom- 
my iBocock, brothers of the 
bmle^oom, all <rf Soutii Nor- 
folk. Junior groomsmen were 
Steve Hwton, bn^o- (rf the 
bride, awl Sbui Jenniii^ 

A r&X[Ak)a was hcU in the 
diurch M)cial haU. After a w)$d- 
(toig trip to the Blue Ridge 
Mcwi^ins, the <»uple will Kve 
at 545 Osage St., Va. Beach. 

Spruill-Schmitt 
WdWni Announced 

VIRGINIA BEA01 — Mr. 

and Mrs. Preston Sfmiill an- 
m)^K% tiie marria^ of their 
dau^t^. Miss Jawt Alice 
SpniiH, to ham A. Schmitt Jr. 
Mr. ScbqUtt is the see (^ Mr. 
^ Mn. Lwk A. Schmkt of 

nmmL 

llMt w^M^ leek ^|^ A^ 
25tfi in S«ah MiUs. N.C. The 
owp^ wm live in NcMfolk. 

BIRTHS 

ifr. 1^ Ml. mmmt mme- 

abm <4 CNwt Nsdc P«int an- 
imus tte both «l tbeir third 

tfi^ Wm^ Hn^trf. Mn. tttul- 

Mr. ^ Mrs. Cte^s Ateer 
att MIHMfln ^ Urtt cf tiheir 
a tm iwmm T^, 

VaH k # to- 
air Mm J^mc Homw t^, 

^^l^nt fcfr. Vail M the 
■M ^ 1^ h^ U Vttl ^ 



a,ffl. a^eting idB be 
heM ai the hmne of Mia. Lucius 
J. Kellam, mnuA Pl^sant, in 
BeUe Haven; 

FoBowli^ the roeeta^ Mrs. 
KeBam wffl ^rve kuxk to tte 
directors aiKl tbeb' i«ij^>im<te, 



Miss Selden 
Joins Staff 



» on ^d St., 
after a nine weeks tour of Europe 
and the British Mes. 



f%4AZh—ijna^me A. &m^lto, 
PraiMJbBt <dl Uttsmn Realty C^- 
poration, i^Mwi^id thiA Wn. 
Paul Dolgins, Public IMa^ms Di- 
rector for the ivganizaticm, has 
recently retoiined Croin Washii^- 
ton, D. C, nAev ^te iMend^ the 
Natiuial A^)cMi«} of Home 
BuiMers' Traveling §ctaml of Uff- 
keUng calM "Selling Ui^rtM." 

1^ -was a ^0 day cou«e <te- 
si^^ for p^ifde intofliMt«d in 
the selling <rf new homei. 

The following organiaations 
pait^Mtod in this progrian: Na- 
tMoad AMOciatim ^ H^ie Aiild* 
era libuteting DapHtBMH^ 3m 
mm, FHW^nt ol »mm f^M, 
t)e A«»rican Cte A^odaMutt, 
Sii^waU Cartain-TiMl Sdei Com- 
ing, Norge - Urvisioa of Borg- 
Warner Corporation, NutO!«, 
Inc., Owens<}omlng FMberglas 
Corporation, and WeyerhiwiSOT 
Company. 



JR. CLUB GIRLS 
TO ATTEND CAMP 

WAUA — IlK Tfaalia CUodeo 
Clirf) wttl Mp se!^ tmi «l Vmr 
Jr. OaNbm OUb wumhmm, Siza' 
bath Itei^ud and ^4fy Or^ to 
latere C«np <a the \^rgi^ TH- 
MtMO^ of Oantaa CMi^ be. 

Hm canp is toeiAtd » ti|e 
mmmtains at V^vins a^r M' 
ton, Va. lite giris wnU irttond tte 
My IBM aemotk. 

Pamela Goff , another Jr. Ckib 
jn^nber is attending now as re- 
cipient of the Mary BeH Otennon 
Award which provides two weeks 



Midshipman Ball at Little Creek 




Abwit too Tictewater giris ami 9(X) ROTC Mklshipmen 
Mijoy^ a Mkkbifmian Ball Wednesday ni^t at Little Creek. 
I>&nciflf to ^ fme musk are (left) Miss Judy Lewis of Virginia 
BeM:h and Ralph Wairington while Miss Nan:y Runyon, abo 
of Virginia Bewh ami l^ul Guden of Duke University en^y a 
refr^ing ^ass of punch. (Navy Photos) * 



BIRTHS AT 
BEACH HOSPITAL 

7443— Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
Brown, WFO 1 Box 1-6, London 
Bric^, Va. Beach; boy. 

7-*fl8— Mr. and Mrs. Stewart 
HuddtestiMi, 1924 Twin Cove Rd., 
Va. Be^; boy. 

7-7-63— Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Yeaple, 231Z0 Wolf St., Va. Beach; 
boy. 

7-643— Mr. aid fbt. CSeorge G. 
ItaersiM), «M44I 0««tor Dr., 
Ck^ana, Va. B^db; gill 



Personal Mention 

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mtfbon of 
Interiors IntemMional, Vir^nia 
Beach, recently attended Qks 
Summer Furniture MaA^ In 
High Point. N. C. 



*^|M|«'^Witeu^.aii. 



Ci^jt. Fielding Lewis Tyler, 
USA, Mrs. Tyler and their two 
daughters of Augusta, Ga., are 
vistting Cai^. Tyler's parraits, Mr. 
and Mrs. H. Gordon Tyler, at 
their h<Mne on Dogwood Drive. 




BWNCiSS ANNE— Miss Lucy 
SeWen ^s been named assi^wt 
■Home Demonstration Agent for 
the cify aiKl assun^ her new du- 
ties July 1. 

A native of tiie Riduumd area, 
Ws& Sddea gtidmMi irim Vs^ 
^a INdj^edinic b^tute in 
Imne e<miomiks in June. She will 
^ist Mrs. miaibm Deal in AH, 
adult home ^xmmnics and famne 
<temon^aium work. 

Before rteiMling college, Mis 
Sekten was qutte active in 441 
fooj^rts and has attend^ the Na- 
tvMui Ch^ Congt^s in Chicago 
awl the NMional ConfereiK% in 
WaAdn^m, D. C. Ste wi^ a rt^ 
wwMr in achievement recovdto. 

'Wiite in c<dlep, ^e v/m a 
moMto of PU Kai^ l%i wd 
n I^a ^»iton, ^ homnay 
Mimalisn sorority, ai^ wis edi- 
^ of ttie scbo^'s a9:iculture 

Mm Sthitm now vmAeB mar 
City H^ in Vmtf^a Anae 8or> 
ouj^ ai^ qmte wtet ^»re tme 
sh» bu aewug her mm cMbu. 

**adiion is noi the latest 
feffiod," die said, "but is what a 
WMuan feels mok oro>f<^t^e in 
and wh^ is mat beeMoiog to 
mm* 



'Alishee' 
European Trip 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Aljce Brewer White, Setter 
known as "Ajisbee" to her many 
television and radio fans, won 
the first National Award in radio 
and TV classifkation by Nation- 
al Shoe Distributors. 

The award, present^ last 
week at the New York Hilton, 
includes a round trip expense- 
paid tour of Paris and London. 

Mrs. White will be jn New 
York through Thursday covering 
"both the 41st National Pre^ 
Week of the New York Couture 
group at the Hotel Pwrre and 
the American fashion designers 
at Plaza Hcrtel. 

Woman's dir«jtor for WVEC- 
TV, Mrs. White is a resident of 
Virginia 'Beach. 






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Hum 

' UNOMUM & TILE CO. 

m w. 2i<i St. « MA ssms 



Tne camp is operated for 
young people from Sth grade 
through hi^ school who are in- 
terest! m nature study. 



NORFOLK TOUR 

With the arrival <rf July, the 
centenual month of the batt^ of 
Gebty^mi^, a Virginia beUe vi^ts 
the monument to the Civil War 
pMor of Old St. Paul's Church. 
Fimdied in 17^ and still in use, 
the church is one of seven h^- 
lights on the Norfolk Tour. The 
Tour includes the miles of canals 
mA flowers at the Gardens-by-the 
Sea; the largest naval base in the 
World aiMl other attj-iu^ns. 




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ONCE A YEAR 

YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR 
HOME INSPECTED FOR 

TERMITES 






„»i»P 









FOI miJO H^ECnON AND 
GUARANTEED PM}TECTtON, CAU 

Terminix Co. 

MA 2^1 97 




M^to 




AN 



Soistrofce rtsoMs fr^ too loi^ 
apoiwv to the b«( mo, wWIe hea^ 
ftookc is caused by s^nag, op- 
« heat, oftea intteon. Heat 
is eatmH by over^<lmig 
f%§9mt9 |o heat aad haBlMijf« bui 
Uff«s frdm tiw 'otb» amOOem In 
that the vkfiin gcaCTa% nraam 
coBsft^a aad his tampentaa ids 
ins^Ml irf ristag. 

The cUeri^t Ihe Tcvy yoMC aad 
pe^te with hrart proUau we more 
comnoalf ^fectod by these coodl- 
Mons H^g Aom too modh sob wd 

llu ddnljr, me yoai« and those 
wiA |M«hleins, can Mrive oac pvMcm 
iA leart at BARR^ REXALL PKUl- 
MACY — nanely, what to go f« 
complete prescriptioa senrk». AiMe 
from our larMCiiptlota dci^rtment, 
you will ted a wide section of 
Cooae^x, WUtaau Caady and 
Baby needs at BARS'S REXALL 
PHARMACY, ntk A Atertic Aw. 
Pboae GA S-Ull. Vne pevscripttoa 
deiiveiy. 

(Bob Te«ei nd I have HtUtop 
Fhamacy tt HUHiq).) 



BE SURE YOU 




TRAYLOR'S 

(V\^.ere Quality & Styl« Ar« Slliint Partneri) 

ONlV 

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at Va. Beach 

tm UMM mm 

PROF^WNAL. BUILDING 

(miti-way between 
the new WWte Heron Motel % Unktora Schoi*) 

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NOW! 





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Of>pMit« CobiiMl Stw«, 
31ft St.-Phone GA 8-2801 



PARTY 

CilKES 



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Mrs. A\oore'$ Bakery 



400 30TH St. 



NEXT TO BE-LO SUPER MARKET 
VIRGINIA BEACH 



GA 8-B081 



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Mrs. James (Jul^a) 
*SAArs. Walch (Madallne) 



f • Mrs- Creekmore and the staff of 

Creekmore Beauty Salon 

Mrs. Hall (Ruth) ^ 

Mrs. Ellis (Mabie) iQ 

hhxs. Herndon (Nan) ^ 

cordially invite their ^i^ 

many patrons and friends for - • 1* 
FREE cosmetic and hair color consultation with i^ 

AUBREY SWAIN 

of 
. ioreal of Paris 

THURSDAY-JUIY 18-10 A.M. to 4 P^. 

Creekmore Beauty Salon 

26^ Atlantic Avenue 
428-3991 



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SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 



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RtlSSELL t HdMUS 




SHOE SALE 

WOMEN'S SHOIS ONLY 

The giTMte^ sale of wonfi«n'$ th^m in TidewatMl 
You pay regular pry» for the first pair. t*»« second 
pair is yours for only 5c. Hurry in fcN-. big savmgs 
on famous lyarKis: 

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• Hanteet • A^mM • 

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Figgbig Will 

Be fiesimeit 
In Aragona 



ARAGONA~HSI(»q[uMo fotfi^ 
wffl te reMmed in Ani^xtt W- 
tege this week ui^er • mw 
f^echfle, (leiAped to radw^e <^ 
IKHiibility <tf injuries to chilfkea 
pUiying in the f(^, C%aii» A. 
PMmii, Aiperiirtenclent of ti» 
Kempsville Mosquito CmMrol 
CoomiJ^m, said.Ftiday. 

Fo^ng opo-attons i^ere haked 
two we^ 1^ afi^ a boy «^is 
ii^ui^d ^i^itly when his tricycte 
coUktod with an Mitomobite in the 
Uxg. 

N)Bl9(n» said children created a 
tnrffic hazard by playing in the 

Nelscm said that ffogging will 
<be done under tiie new sdwdu^ 
^ther ftmn 11 pjn. to <1 a.in. or 
6 to 7 ajn. because of tiie num- 
l)er of children in the devi^p- 
roent. 

He said he doubted Ouit the 
omun^Bkin would ever return to 
the twiU^t hours adiedute be- 
cause "tiwre are just too many 
children thCTe." 



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ident of ^ C<n I^ Club, was 

eleded tiiMilee 

of Key ChM) ta- 

^smmMam. Iwre 
laift week. 

lAlso repre- 
setking tiie Co^ 
Key <^b rt the 
ecmventicMi ««re 
Leon Tew, vice- 
president; Todd 
Cz^etman, sec- 
retary; am! Mike Tonmtow. 

[^ seme^er Stilhnan was 
elec^ Mr.' Sc^homore Clms at 
Cox and voted OuManding In- 
dent. 

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6-MO. DIVIDEND 
FEDERAL'S BIGGEST 

NORPOIK — A senu-anmial 
dividend of $1,205,000 was paid 
Friday by Home Federal Savings 
and Loan Association, according 
to J. R. Seai^, chairman <A ithe 
boanl. Tliis is the lai^^ six- 
month dividend in the 77-year 
history of the A^ociation. Sears 
sttd he anticipatcKi total dividends 
for 1963 would anwunt to more 
than $2,500,000. 

Tlw June 1963 divideirf i^re- 
sented the 153rd consecutive div- 
idend to be paid by the Associa- 
tion since its organization in 1886. 

Total assets amounted to $69,- 
323,^)6 as of June 28, an increase 
of $4,153,000 during the first six 
months of 1963. during the same 
period savings incre^d from 
$60,434,574 to $64,352,838. 

First mortgage loans at the end 
of the semi-annual period amount- 
ed to $54,697,733. 

General Reserves and surplus 
totalled $4,864,587. 

Sears said he anticipated a con- 
tinued inflow of savings, provid- 
ing sufficient funds to meet in- 
creased demands for mortgage 
funds. 




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VIRGINIA BEACH — Four 
Virginia Beach men were among 
14 salesmen from Tidewater 
area Ford dealerships to graduate 
from a 6-day retail sales course 
held in Norfolk by the Atlanta 
Fwd Marketing Institute. 

They were Gary M. Hoy land, 
Curtis Ray King, Raymond Jef- 
ferson Mius, Jr. and Ronald E. 
O'Donnell. 

All four are associated with 
EmRhae Ford, Inc., Virginia 
Beach. 



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Sports defeated Uie Botsaians 11 
to 10 in the opening pme of an 
American Little League double- 
header Friday night at the Vir- 
ginia Beach High School i^hktic 
field. 

The winning team made their 
runs on sbc hits with Edward 
McQuilkin hitting a double in 
ihe 4th with three on base. Sports 
Pitoher Tommy English struck 
out ax. 

Tlw Rotarians had 10 hits, 10 
ru^ with BIB Johnson and Billy 



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BY HANK WIEAND BOWMAN 

Boatmen, 'vdietlMf their equl{Hnenl is a modest sized outboard 
or a lai^ iirilioaid, shmild mentally prepare tiiemsdves to ccqpe with 
emergenci». 

Careful reference to charts in strange wato^, coupled ^i^ a 
Ihaip lookout and iMsooabte caution will preveirt mart omtaet wiUi 
sutoWged or fUMliiig oi)j^:!t8. 
However, even the sMMt ski^d 
bcMt haiKOer m*y ^eer toto a 
hiddcan rock, w^r-k^ged rail- 
road tie, or a boat may split a 
seam. 

If hull damage dxMdd occur 
d<Hi't panic, tt's a ru« Instance 
when cito, methodical but 
prompt action won't prevent loss 
of the boat or I urthor damage to 
the huU. 

Every boat should be fitled 
wRh some means to femove wa- 
ter. An empty <»ffee tin, a bait 
pail or a amalit portable hand 
pump will suffice on a small boat. 
Larger boi^ sdwuld be equipped 
with both an etectric bU^ pun^) 
or pumps and a good mffluial 
pump as a stas^y in event of a 
power failure. 

A shift of we^bt may reduce 
or ^op the intal^ of wat«-. For 
example, if a hole has beoi 
knocked in the b^<»n <^ a boat 
near the bow, moving passengers 
and heavy gear to the stem may 
lift this area free <rf t^ water. 

A section of moofftog line driv- 



en into a split plank with a screw- 
driver will often be all that ^ 
needed to plug tlK leak. 

Don't wedge life jackets or 
cu^ons into the dan»ged area. 

It's better to use an aitide of 
clothing, blanket or a clunk (rf 
your Navy boat K(S^ and keep flie 
life saving equipment handy in 
the cockpit ^KMild afl dwu^^ 
(»ntrol measure fail. 

Reducing or increasii^ boat 
speed may have an effect on the 
flow of water thnxu^ the dsn- 
aged area. Check this and r^u- 
late your boat speed according. 

Make decisions hurriedly but 
think th«n through carefuHy. B 
you find you must beach your 
boat, try to analyze how long y<m 
can keep H running and aftoil, 
then beach it where it will be 
m(^ protected said easiest to sa- 
vage. 

Survey your boat the i»xt time 
you're aboard and be sure ywi 
have a convenient^ located en^r- 
geiKy repair kit with suita^bie 
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Softball-Baseball Schedule 



mound. Doubles were hit by Al- 
mond, Butoh ^idmer and Qave 
Donahoe and Johnson cl&tlked up 
a homer in the 6th with one on 
base. 

Tie»r« DeWn Cubs 

In tile s6cbnd game tiie Tigers 
won out over the Ct^8 to.l with 
Doug Compton as winning pitoh- 
er. Kenny Niel prt<ihed.for the 
Cute. 

The losers made their one run 
on two hits when Gray llodgson 
came in in the 3rd on Bill 'Phil- 
lips' infield hit. 

The Cubs were more fortonate 
last Tuesday when they todk the 
Rotarians 7 to 5. Winning pitcher 
Bobby Buxton struck out six and 
losing pitoher Bob Johnson struck 
out 10. 

The Cubs made tiieir runs on 
five hits, including a homer by 
Phillips in the 1st with 'one on 
and doubles by Skipper Ether- 
idge, Billy Renn and Mike 
Vauglmn. The Rotmans made 11 
hits but were heW to five runs. 

The second game between tltt 
Sports and the Tigers iras rained 
out. 



UNLIMTTED MEN'S 
LEAGUE SOFTBALL. 

JULY 23rd 

7:30 p.m.— Walker Realty vs. 
Coleman Place at Oceana. 

8:45 p.m. — Ccmrftousc vs. 
Raftskeller at Oceana. 

7:30 p.m.-^-Oceana vs. Pungo 
ESSO at Creeds. 

8:45 P.ro. — ^Vimnia Beach vs. 

i tiMii liMu m ewag. """i - 

8:00 p.m. — ClMsapeake Beach 
vs. Creeds at Shelton Park. 



— Courthouse vs. 
Beach at SheHon 



JULY 24th 

7:30 p.m 
Chesapeake 
Park. 

7:30 p.m. — Aragona vs. 
Greenwich at Luxfon!. 

8:45 p.m. — Pui^ vs. Oceana 
at Luxford. 

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JULY 25fli 

7:30 p.m. — Rathskeller vs. 
Oceana at Oce^ma. 

8:45 p.m. — Creeds vs. Vir- 
ginia Beach at Occam. 

7:30 p.m. — Cdeman Place 
vs. Couitnouse at Creeds. 

8:45 p.m. — ^Knotts Island vs. 
Walker Realty at Creeds. 

8:00 p.m.— Pungo ESSO vs. 
Chesapeake Beach at Shelton 
Park. 



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7:30 p.m.— Teacheii 
Bop at Kempsville No. 1. 

8:45 p.m. — Kempsville vs. 
Overton's at Kempsville No. 1. 
JULY 24th 

7:30 p.m. — Teachers vs. 
Kempsville at Kempsville No. 1. 

8:45 p.m. — ^M-Boys vs. Over- 
ton's at Kempsvilk No. 1. 



JULY 22iid 
Women's League SoitbaU 

7:30 p.m. — Courthouse vs. 
Pungo at Cree^. 

7:30 p.m. — Aragpna vs. Oce- 
ana at Oceana No. 2. 

8:45 p.m. — Greenwich vs. 
Chesapeake Beach t^ Oceana 
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7:30 p.m. — Greawkh vs. 
Angels at Luxford. 

8:30 p.m. — RanMers vs. 
Woodstock at Luxlwd. 

7:30 p.m. — Puritans vs. 
Kempsville at Shehon Park. 

8:30 p.m.— Creeds vs. QKsa- 
peake Beach at Shelton Park. 

7:30 p.m. — Burrou^s vs. 
Thalia at Oceana No. 1. 
JULY 24lh 

7:30 p.m. — Kempsville vs. 
Creeds at Creeds. 

8:30 p.m. — Thalia vs. Ccwrt- 
house at Creeds. 

7:30 p.m. — GrMnwich vs. 
Ranrblers at Woodstock. 

8:30 p.m. — Woodcock vs. 
Oiesapeake Beach at Woodstock. 
JULY 25ft 

7:30 p.m. — Angels vs. Bur- 
roughs at Luxford. 

8:30 p.m. — CourAouse vs. 
Woodstock £rt Luxford. 
JULY 26ft 

7:30 p.m. — Puritans vs. 
Angels at Luxfcml. 

8:30 p.m. — Burrmigbs vs. 
Gr^nwrch at Luxford. 

7:30 p.m. — Ramblers vs. 
Kempsville at Shehon Park. 

8:30 p.m. — Creeds vs. Thalia 
at Shelton P arte. 

BASEBALL 
MIDGET LEAGUE 
JULY 2IHii 

6:00 p.m. — ^Town and Coun- 
try vs. Reteels at Wood^dck. 

8:00 p.m. — Ctrits vs. Yankees 
at Woodstock. 
JULY 22iid 

6:00 p.m. — Courthouse vs. 
Town and Country at Wood- 
stock. 

8:00 p.m.— Colte vs. Yankees 
at Woodcock. 
JULY 23rd 

6:00 p.m. — Dtx^rs vs. 
Rebels at Woodstock. 

8:00 p.m. — Indians vs. 
Cardinals at Woodstock. 

6:00 p.m. — Creeds vs. B^rs 
at Knnpsville No. 1. 
JUI.Y 25ft 

6:00 p.m. — Cardinals vs. 
CrM^ at Kemi»viHe No. 1.. 

6:00 p.m. — Yankees vs. 
Dodgers at Woodstock 

8:(X) p.m. — ^Town and Cam- 
try vs. Colts at Woodstock. 
JULY 26ft 

6:00 p.m. — Rebels vs. Imlkm 
at Woodstock. 

8:00 p.m.-— Bears vs. Court- 
house at W oo<fatock . 

COLT LEACKJE 
JULY2ftrl 

8:00 p.m. — Kenpsville vs. 
Woocteodc at K^npsvtUe I^. 1. 
JULY 25ft 

8:00 p.m. — Woo(ktock vs. 
a>urtitouM at Keasf»viUe !<fo. I. 
JULY 26ft 

8.00 p.m. — Ctoi M ftmae vs. 
Itonpsvilk at KeBJ^nOt M& 1. 



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Why "Pre-Ticketfng"? 



The long-eifelished practice of "pre- 
tldwJing" <x "pre-prking" cwtain kind* ol 
fiwid^mK^se wicMy sotd at retail is up for 
fi^slative consideration. Tt\ere is a move 
$^Gt to have rtie Fecteral Trade Commis- 
sion go to ihe extreme length of outlawing 
it. 

TNs move is based on the undenied fact 
thirt- pre-pricing has b^m used t^ unscrup- 
ulous, "fast-buck" producers in attempts to 
elude and grossly overchange consumers. 
But that should not be allowed to obscure 
the very real 'advantages that honest pre- 
^cir^ can bring to all concerned, the 
bu)i«er Included- 

ft is used by the most reliable of manu- 
facturers to help consumers judge value. 
The price med^^l is cme which is con- 
sic^^ fair vnd reasonable. It is designed 
to stimulate business by being OKTipetitive, 
an<f It gives the retailer sufficient margin 



so that it Is worth his while to display and 
sell tlw merdiandlse. 

it also can provide a valuabb akf to 
consumers attempting to choose an article 
they don't know much if anything about. 
Standard brand cameras are a good ex- 
ample h^e. A major manufacturer makes 
many gr«Je$ and models, numbers of 
which look alike to most of us. Here pre- 
tlcketlng provides a reliable guide to view. 

The point is that fair pre-pricing is not 
to be confined with exaggerated pre- 
pricing. The out-of -all-reason price is de- 
c^>tive, should be stopp^, ard can be 
stopf»d. Adtjally, few re^Hers wfll •>- 
tem^ to sell at that price— competition and 
caisumer know-how are in themselves ex- 
cellent controls. But to stop all pre-tteketir^ 
would be to deprive the consumer of a 
most valuable guide of his buying judge- 
men. 



Hm^tal (ku Air Condi^ming UniU 




JOHN MttSIGK NOW 



W. Earl wans, adnunkftrator of the G^toal Ho^ital of Vir- 
gtate 0tKb ml Mnt. M. fartlmng <F<^kr, <^yrmai ai Ciiunce 
<siasHttM. Womea's Aui^Uary of tiie General Uos^tal of Virginia 
B»di SK pleilurri wiCb one of tiie air c(utditk»ung un^ the aux- 
iUey i«ce^ <k)ii»ted. (^ of the unto ways fdaeed in tte laix^ 
roen, aaotiier m a |»ttsQt room. (Baldwin pltoto) 



Key to Super TrmsfKirtatioii S^vice 



Wherever you turn nowadays, you can 
find progress stymied by the curse of too 
much government. A classic example is 
the ^^[iprtotion industry — more spe- 
cial lyPMMMMlttK^Th^ laMer are basic to 
any transportation system. At one time 
th^ dcwninated Hie system, buj that day 
is tewg gone in a welter of competition 
from all sides. 

An eiKl product of tedinological and 
©ewiomk: change in transportation is the 
effort of the railroadi^to hdp meet present 
day additions through mergers. 




y»»s teyBiifier »A¥»nB taou ratwosMas. today 
there are 400. ^ ©xisdidations h^ never 
taken place, the Industry in all likelihood 
would have been bankrupt and natlonal- 
Izi^ ioig acp. Yet r^ently a a>ngressiort- 
al re^luticw caHed for a halt in major mer- 
gers pending furtWir study. 

An address by Daniel P. Loomis, Presi- 
dent of the Associftton of American Rall- 
rotfdi,. fcsefore a conference of Railroad and 
Utilities Commissioners, answers k» iro un- 
certain terms specific points raised by c^- 
por»nts of railroad rcmrqen. 

Why should railroads object to a mora- 
torium pending studies to determine what 
national policy shcxjid be? Because pro- 
pping such a moratorium implies thaf 
there Is no policy when in fact there is. 
That policy permits merging subject to 
Interstate Commerce CcminfMSsk>n approval. 
The KX Imposes ^cactlrvg standards as to 
the effect on »fvi<^ to the public, other 



railroads, stockholders, and last but by no 
means least, dn employees. 

Another charge is that mergers will pro- 
duc» monopoly. This argument is as ar- 
chrtc as 4he hors©-«id«^»§gf » HNis esti- 
mated that Americans spend about $100 
billion a year for transpcxtation — less than 
one-tenth of this tota^ goes to the rail- 
roads. 

Still another loaded questton is why do 
most merger plans involve profitabte car- 
rier? This is misleading. Frequently a 
prosperous carrier assumes control over a 
4ioa nci «Hy ww i W e » * eanr> e r» 

VW>at about the allegation that mergers 
are not necessary, as railroad poverty is a 
"myth"? If it is a myth, why did President 
Kennedy and his experts ojme to the con- 
clusion that "If direct and cteciwve fctlon 
Is not taken In the near future . . , ineffici- 
encies. Inequities, and other undesirable 
conditions . ■ . will cause p^manent k)ss 
of e^ential services . . ." 

Failure to permit essential mergers in 
the face of vast competitive pressure Is a 
benighted pdky whidn can lead to bank- 
ruptcy and gc^ernment take over. 

On the other hand, Jn Mr. Loomis' 
words: "Equality of treatment by govern- 
ment of all transport competitors, a freer 
competitive environment, and the maxi- 
mum encouragement to tnerge and reor- 
ganize the national transport structure — 
these provide the keys to the super-trans- 
portation service of the Anverican future." 



GEORGE COFFER NEW 
PES SCHOOL LEADER 

VIBGI«A lffllAC3i— Frank W. Cox, superintenctent of Vli^iiria 
Beach CMy Schools, hM announced the api»intoent Of George L. 
Cfdter, to tte pe^tim of supervising coordinator of t!» Distributive 
IducMkni Service <rf toe Virginia Beach pnUic scbod system. 

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GEORGE COFFER 

lachelar of scieni» degree m Dis- 
tributive Education ai^ has 
served as cooniinator of the DE. 
program at both Princess Aime 
and Virginia Beach High Schools. 
The D. E. program ^ Vir&nia 
.Beaeh High School w» ata rtal at 
the batoning of Ae cunwit 
school year and has proved to be 
a significant impetus in prow^fli^ 
the mudi-iweded vocatioMi ijma- 
ing for the youth m our conraiun- 
ity. This programi is destined to 
grow ^ a very nqitd rate. 
Ii» hb Mw potWen, Cofftr 
will Mnw m i Pf w rwUi in <»■ 
orciiiwiv w' ••• Kf^ ■€■■■» 
D. E. jM ii ^m i M wdl M the 
D. E. mMi adiicalion prmm 
for th* CRy of VIrgIro* VUd%. 
H* will mocMrf Caproll B. 
CoiMvy, who Iws Imm eleralMl 
lo Mm pMHion of anlrtwit pro- 
fesior for Ita MordMi^nf 
Curi^lun^ at Old Dominion 
CoHiigoin Norfolk. 
Coffer is an active mmAxx of 
tt» Virginia Beach Educatiim A* 
aociation <rf which he » a meaober 
of Om @»ctttive bMid ^ dtee- 
tors mt » currently sH^^ng as 
chalRMB (d the OtizCTAip Conir 
mitiM. Bt a & nemiwr <rf the 
st^e mi mi^6ana^ edKatioa asse- 
ciattaM m wd as oaany oOier 
proiMnd orgaBizalidtf*. 
La^ jtm he ssved as tte jKtm- 
dent M ttt Uitaiot Di^butive 
EcMMn Ctm^B^^fOs aid is 
curled MTvog oa tte iK^bu- 
tive EteiattoB Cumeukw £te- 
\e\afamt^ Cea^Mee la Ruh- 
monl 

Coffer, a naUve of Lynchburg, 
resides n^h his wife aaA ioui- 
year-old cta^ter at. Wm War 
A<knii^ Boad in Carolanne 

In ti»6 past decafe Ccrffer has 
gained ^wie ei^ertence in a va- 
r^y of snM m the fteld <d dis- 
trawtioa Ifc hi» betti ^nployee 
and gufarvwwy e^>erieMe in 
several letail, wholesate awl aerv- 
i<% oT&tsat^BKm. Kb lu^ also 
gaii^ misdsirtte le«hinf ex- 
periefK» in ^^ MA of <Mstribu- 
tion both in hitfi sdiool d^scs as 
well as m sMi groiii». 
• • * • •■ 

There irll be apfrwaaitely 
1«) D. K Co^«atit« U^ aehool 
students @p^iA in tlK three 
^ogTMH te Virginia Beach 
scho<^. A f^ ^ted^ oi adult 
classes «MI tun cn^umntly 
throughoit *e t^rt yw. In- 
rtnictkm 1*1 be ojfered i^ only 
on <1^ en^l^te fc^**t also on 
the super^any and managOTieM 
levels. 

Distributive Educirtkm, a phaift 
of Vo<ati«i, inwW^ throi^ 
tlM iMt ilMl ^item, spmai- 
a^ t^Um te ^Mcns entering 
or mm^ tniiff^d in retatt, 
wbo^ilB, Mil so^'m <xm^ 
tiom. T^ regular D. £. jaognm 



tea two di^nct obja:tives: to 
pirepare high school boys and 
girls for firture employment in a 
vast and dynamic fidd, and to 
improve the occupaUoMJ com- 
petency oi adults entering or al- 
]«ady in retail, wh^sale, and 
other d^teUE>tttive oeeupati<x)s. 

On-tho-J(A Training 

At the high school level the 
training involves a combination 
of classr(#oin instruction and ac- 
tual supervffled work experience 
in distrlilHitive occupations. At Uie 
adult lev^ traaung is mxm- 
plished through ^cial programs 
<teveloped coc^JW^tively by mer- 
chants and edaoitOTS. 

From its inawgu ration in 
1941 whM H had 13 coordinat- 
on and 237 thidants, D. E. has 
grown Into • ti»»ablo progrun, 
witti an onrollnMnt noar 3,000 
in nearly 100 scho<^ During 
the pMl (hcado mora Mwi 18,- 
000 hi<^ school students in Vir- 
ginia Nive rscoivod tMs train- 
ing. 

iParallelling the high school 
ff^am floore than 100,000 peo- 
ple in. aafflagBBoent, supervisory 
and emptoyee poeitwns have been 
ttiiMil during the pMt 10 years 
4& adult classes in disMbution in 
'more than 100 communities 
^jmm^siBMi the state. 

Sfifo Pragrant JEbccopMonal 

■^ Virginia's D. E. program, whicfc 
is rated among the best in the 
aaticm, is an example of coopera- 
tive training requiring tl» joint 
efforts of the school, distributive 
businesses, and the conununittes. 
The importance of the program b 
underlined by the fact that one 
out of three persons em^yed in 
Virginia works in some @ateipriw 
b tlM field of distribution. 

D. E. ii^tnK^c^ are con^^teot 
t^Khers who ha^ qwefiliz«l 
^business experieMe m <^ribu- 
tton. "With this emMsa^n of 
tpalifla^mis the taM^er'eoordi- 
nator » pr^wed *i hdp the stu- 
deii eooUw lis Iwnnu^ experi- 
races in sehMl aad «» tte job. 

AU the acUviUM kr«iif|d ta 
the production mt wamA^twt- 
mg oi ^>odi have Me &^ de^- 
nation— tlK $aie si the ^oduct. 
IMslributtve ^hiealmi pravides 
tram^ for tiie l«s» nmnier of 
people engaged in distributing 
pods and services needed to 
maiiHtin the high standard of Iw- 
ing that results from our free 
enteiprise syst^. 

The Distributive Education 
staff wiD begin «>nducting a cona- 
munity survey «( the distributive 
and s^viee wpnkations in the 
City of Virginia S«ch soon. The 
purposes of this survey wiD be to 
determine the wnptoyment trend 
in t}» city and to explain tl» 
services avaUaUe throu^ the 
Vk^teia Be«ift IXs&ibutive Eda- 
cirtion Servi<». 

V^?th«r ^tov^SB tAiout Dis- 
tribotive Education may be db- 
taiiad by wi^hig lo <m telephon- 
ing Mr. Coffer at Rrincws Anne 
High School. 



BAUK WGE 



S. 



NORKXJC— ^ m r^lir moM^ mstm$ ^^ ^ ^ 
board of dw^ws e< Vuipite llttkN^ Basic wgut raodeied a 
semiannual report of eamifl^s t^ ini^m Jtato |. ^ii(|i< v0(ih 
.^KOfl^asets of&BJtism of the mo i»iiKni»I finai^al ui^todc^ 
m Norfolk and QMmA Viig»» Nfore ani itn«9e ttK^ir coisdMi^ 



approved six olfi^ BrcmKitlow 
recommended by R. Corfw 
Moore, vke chaijmaur and W. 
Wright HarriKMi, Viigink N»- 
tiooal Bank txresideot 

HighMgbtea in the Alfriend 
report were two ortmparisons. 
"Extronely gpl^nig to ms 
mnna§Knent is mt fa^ tl^ 
siiKx we opened mat doms as 
Varginki N«k»at Bwk — j»« 
ten w^ks i^o— loans have »■ 
cr^^ed by oivtr $7 miilicMi, do- 
omiti by more ^n $12 million. 
Such gains," he continued, "m- 
dicate that statewide banking is 
a step in the ri|Jrt dirwrtion." 
Alfricnd tlwn j»ui»d the Bank's 
persomwl for these "notable 
achievements." 

Promoted in CharlottesviBte 
were: Clifford I. DickenscM — 
curreMly i^iKaiA admnisfirator 
of bnMch otfbe <^)eratwn$ m 
Central Vi^iam — to assktaat 
vke (H%sidnt; William L. Mc- 



]bGp»»miy 4^mih itmM be 
prep^%d for imtent trouble. M- 
co^U^ to ttte ttiitute for Stfe- 
living of the American Mutud 
yaUlMy Inairanc^ Company, the 
mmri^yxk nd ttWe lAead Is 
MiMtttf in int'to^te An ^A- 
^nt, ^aUttl sa^ <4>^iiction,- cr 
lAow domi deeded a mUe or 
mm ahead may prewnt ^>« 
fiRom iimamg Iw^-oo into trou- 
ble b^»% you imt a (±an<% to 



Protect Eyes 
During Eeli|ise 

ITiere will be an eeffpse of the 
sun vMMe a^ owt ^ United 
Stat» <n Skiterday, July 20. 

DC^rr LOOK AT THE 
ECl^IPSE vmlras you have fu^ 
obteined expect mi^flce on 
how to do it w^ontf injurmg 
your eyes. 

Ofrfitlmlmobgjsts (nedicaleye 
specialists) know that wM each 
recorriqi ecUpse of the sun they 
can aiKKipate cases of serious 
eye damage, even l^hcfaieis. 

EXirk sun glasses are no pro- 
tection. There are NO FILTERS 
generally available tet doake 
safe vkwii^ ot «i edipte pos- 
sible. Thb inchutes die sooted 
glass that many people once be- 
lieved safe. Even heavy welders' 
glasses do not protect. 

TelMtxspes and tniM^lars 
trabv^ on an eclipse are partic- 
ularly dan^rois. They magntfy 
and intensify the Inim. DO 
NOT PBOTOGRAPH THE 
ECLIPSE unless you are an cx- 
perieiwed professional. Looking 
mto the viewfinder oi a camera 
pointiwl at the son • is hi^ly 
dangerous. Even ^?ecial filters 
don't help, unless they are chosen 
with great care. 

Most people, ESPECIALLY 
CHILDREN, don't realize that 
less than one second's exposure 
to the direct rays of the sun can, 
under some circumstances, 
cause permanent blimlMse. TTwre 
isn't even necessari^ amy im- 
mediate sensation of pais htien 
the damage is doiw. 

The only safe ra^hod of 
watching an eclipse is l^ dw 
"projection method." TTat U, 
the viewer looks at an image of 
the ^lipse, rather than at the 
eclipse itself. The ima^M m pro- 
jerted onto a white surfa<« and 
the observer, WITH HIS BAQC 
TO THE SUN, waichea *e 
intege. 

Most of us have set fme to a 
piece of paper by focusing the 
rays <rf the sun Afougji a 
magnifying glass. It is this same 
burning power th^ damages the 
retina of the eye in eclipse blind- 
ness. The sun's rays are breag^ 
to focus on the interior of the 
eye by the optical system widiin 
the eye. 

In fact, the safest way to view 
the rclipse is on telev tno* or 
through photos in magazines and 
newsf^pers. Unless you obtain 
professional advice from an eXf 
pert — an o|rf>thalmol(^st, as- 
tronomer or optk:al scientist — 
don't look at tiie wlipse. 

McKnight Joins 
Larasan Firm 

PLAZA— Lawrence A. Smcilio, 
Preaideitt of Larasan <R«d^ Cot- 
poration annwinced that William 
'Sill" R. McaCnigh) has joined a» 
organization as a mendiwr of fht 
sales staff. 

MeSCnight is a graduate of ta- 
fayette College, andtswv^ in tte 
Navy. He is {we^ntly a Arectw 
of the Virginia Beach Lions' Ciab, 
and a meiriber of the Cavalier 
Beach and Cabuia Club. 

He has a diversi^d bi^in^ 
iack^ound m vma^maeiA mA 
advertising. 

McKnight has lived in thu aw 
mnce IMS. He a n»rri«l to tlw 
former Evelyn Land of Tmm&S 
Anne, llwy live in Bi^ Ctioos, 
Vii©nia Beach, with tiWr two 
dMigb^n. 



Oill — man^r of Vuginia Na- 
tionaf» l^ir«i^ Qmm ^ 
Bssistuft &Mtm Ate t. " 
zarre — ft wyrtwiUlnrf m tti 
mw !iiMlB|||iili- 0¥i0m ff A^ 
Oiaf^jfrmai totti Ahmmmi 
— to a^istam tMMt tflbw Att 
win ccptluftc u tb»r pi^^t 
positicms. 

B^kA Man IhrnMrt^ 

In New**, the frttovri^ were 
promoted to vice presUeiU and 
trust oMew: KaA mmem 01, 
John W. MMkk of Vkpua. 
Beach and tb^ H. Pvk. 

Schwartz hm hem wtth Vir- 
ginia N^iooal Ikak since My 
1954. A pt«ioate ol New M«u- 
co Mamiy la^teili^ te re- 
ceived a BA is En^Uh trom tfi* 
University of N«ra Ovotea in 
1947 and an LLB from its 
School of Law im 19M. He k 
attendii^ the Sloaier Grsdratte 
School ctf Badu% ^ Kv^en 
University. M^ai^ lefvke in- 
cluda acti^ ihtfy m the FaciTic 
Thcs^r imm worW W» II as 
a First Liesatenuit, US Army 
Air Corps, md m Kcses fron 
1952-54 m a Spcdtf ^giat 
(Detacbmmt Omamad^ m die 
U.S. Air Force. He is married to 
tile former Kat^nw Myen. 
They have three children. 

r^daNa- 



mr.m 






sick wined 
■MkinB 



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• M hi 

fei 1»0. Ht hif al. 




Life 

till 

•! *t 

Universities of Conecllm H 
Wisconsin, the Amerioai !► 
stitnte of Banking, and Pin- 
tional Trust Schod. Bi Mi 
Us wife, tiw twmtr FraacwL. 
Darden have four ddMantai 
resi^ at Virginia 9t»A. 
Park, with Virsima National 
Bank since Scpteniber 1958, wm 
graduated from New York Mari- 
tine Ae«temy, md from Syra- 
cuse University in 1949 wkh a 
BS in Safes Managem«it/IKWi* 
attemled the Aetna Casurfty and 
Swety Company Gea«al naiir- 
aara School m Ihrtfoid, CBUm^ 
Vnfima BMtes Aaseciitfa* 
Tmt School, ud tte FMsMt 
Tiast Scfaod at NoMkwesimi 
Uwrcisi^. He aemi 'm Ac U& 
Maritime Service from 1944-46 
and in the U.S. Navy from 1950- 
1952 as a LieutenaM. He was 
Executive Officer of the U.S. 
Naval Reserve Harbctf Defenae 
Unit fKMD t95^5t. ttened to 
ttic fofn^ Mtay WWi Mattem, 
ttey haiw tteif dutfni. 

SsimM&, Wmek^ apd ruk 
have aO Maided tlw fta^Kim 
Law Institate m New York C*y. 




«|by^i» ■■» ia mat0 l| li In 

IIS « • « 

AH too oft«i fthM am tMt 
■t a hm (Mf w Umi to Iimk to* 



Funiralt 

INFiMWinU«TbN 

FORT fTCWY— loy« 

saas^ Mm. mm W} 

di^ f%idiW te IM llMM ttt 
Story. . 

p. Waiiston Mi4 proline 
m$md, tf.«r-Wr|fria B^l 
her p««w«tf i^fldparerts, 





^i^d^iiier . 
;MatAaBlMDradi 





COtN 



ftfncras Anne Memonw ram 
\w Army Chaptam Albert ft 
OMpdetaine. Maestas Funen| 
Home was in diar^. * 

JACOB H. M(^ 

LINKHORN PARK — JacolH 
H. Mom, 47. ol 531 Unewood' 
Dkive died a • koapM Satufday^ 
at 12:10 a.m. after a Omf iH- 
nMs, 

A natWB «* %em9, N was a. 
torn at 1^. Fnnte Tuticeif 
FMlkner md f^ Wf Wi^m 
Mxs. He KM tte liniand of 
Mrs. Vhiinia MnH Moss. 

JBaiidei his nratiier and wife, 
he Utm^Amd by two sisten, Mrs. 
Reae Meo^ of AtfHM and Mrs. 
Vtmem Kfig ol Vtoria; and 
tta»t bf^ns, Robot Mom <^ 
ftfamott, N.C., C W. Most of 
Adi^ a^ W. H. Moss ol 
Soofli HiU. 

The body was taken to Mms- 
Mi FwKral Home where a^- 
neral servi^ was ccmduct^ 
Monday at 1 pjn.. ^ tiw Rev. 
Beverly Felty of Vi^nia Beadi 
Methodist Church. Burial wm in 
Rosewood MwwMial Park. 

JMS. WTTIE W. UMD 



BAY C30IX3NY — Mrs. 
WMehmi, 71, of 172 , 
Laae, Bay CMsi^, ^Mm if W. 
CDAea tMoA mi daq0*r «f 
Jtanes B. ttid Bfra. M«7 E. IWIfr 
hunt IMMe, dlad in a ^^glBit 
Biaeh hafpM Tlmridqr al 12:tt 

pJB. 

A mtlvn of Prine#«« Mm 



H the Vb^ka^ 
Sle iMn • meft*«r «i 1lft«Mdr- 
MeAattit Chun*. 

ate 1» fliniwMl 1^ * 4lm0tm 
Mrs. EnH^ t. MU^ MM 
son, Vernon C. Lsntf, laOiflf 1w 
ginia 6ead^ ani •«• 



Mi^^MV Mni mm Wtm, 
ft 1 






fimrW WW hi Wfflawwaod 
etery. 




rfOW tiMt OW 

^ptoed, life weald be m^fiyaS^ for 

Mk nn tos^ ■■■■••• air ^m^mbm 
be more ^aiaiUUt Mi# im m wv 




<rf material ti^gi aa 
Joy we are awidwg. 

MAESTAS FUh^RAL TOME 



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Mrs. Edward Tippo 341-3674 Thalia 

(10 a.m.-4 p.ffl-) Birchwood Gardens 
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NiiiQut B«*'t EuMQ tm- 
sion kavf b^ wmwnced l^ R. 
C^]^ Moore, viet dtttemu ^ 

Qjcte H. Jaa*» h., vi» 
IwtM^t, Awwr^d W. Dey, 
vice preide^ uA R. Bryui 
Orinnin, lU, taOMM caAier, 
wU a^ sorvo on ^ ofS^n* 
tendS^ l4atf(Min at Ae N<»folk 
CWlc^, Main and AtiantK Sb. 

J^xA, fcfmedy mmm o€ 
tfie B«^'s CotoeW Amam Of- 
fK^ wtt be (nem^eA \^ H. 
Browrn Jr. ,«srtniM viee WMi- 
deal, «^ M bwim toumrred 
fron Mr Pei^te Office. D^ 
previte^y tem^ viA Ae busi- 
ness development gtomp and 
GMrau «w anociaud wA the 
crnltt depwtaMiit at Vo^ia 
Natlcmal. 



Pers<xn wto «e vecetvuf so- 
cial security benefits on behalf 
of children mu« rep<»t the fol- 
bwing events: mania^B, actop- 
tkm or cteach of tJte child (x- 
children. 



CHANGE-OF-LIFE... 



dofs it (ill you with twror 

...frlghfen you? 

no Hw eouNTi^ mm Hmmm 
imm-mmmmfmm^iFAmmm 



Have you reached that time of 
life when jowt body experiencM 
stranfe new Mnsationa— wh«i 
oiM minute ygu fed enveloped 
in hot fluihea and the next af« 
claiBmy,«»M,draiBed of energr, 
nervooa, irritable? Are you ui 
an ag(mr of fear? Ibo troubled 
to be a good wife and mother? 
Dont JuiJt iuf f er f ro« the 
auffoeating het flulMi, the iud- 
des waves of weakaeas, the 
Mfwot teoalon ttat all too f !•• 
4WBtfy eMM wtth ^ dumge 
irtiMi relief ean be had. 




Find e«Bfortlng nll^ ^e 
way countle«> women have, 
with geade I^dw E. F^ldiam 
Ikbletp. IveiaH^ ^ve^ed to 
help wmam arwdb thie moet 
trying period. In doctor's tnts 
3 out ojf 4 women who tooli 
them reported welcone ^ee- 
tive reH«r. And «H without ex- 
pensive "shots." 

DoBt brood. Don't werry 

foarielf sick. Get Lydia E. 
inkhm iWblets at ymir drug- 
gists, 'firice them daily jest Mn 
vitamins. 



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WRGIHU BUSINESS 
CONTINUES 6/UN 



WaiJA)«BURG-~i<%ewfdte m tim Ytaqp^i Mex R^ort, 
• oUMtaliQii of the ^un^ of BesMti ^eu4^ oC ^e College 
<rf WUttn md Mary, busimu md ecMomk actyvity ^Minued in 
May to rqi^ter year-lo-y^ ffum om te eonmuwte nK>^ last 
ymx wMt tfi« one exoeptKiii.0l AeOdl ^k» #Ucb tnMd (k>wn th» 
flKyith by, about 3% frffn la^ 



M»y*s level. B^te of (l» gine 
Micaton Oitt KK»tt oc^lDued 
Aw ^mixA pMivn of year-to- 
yavippM^ wtth Ba^ KkMi up 
^, ttuMi^ ^mtto, Electt-ictt^ 

lAiy t^ ^M>roxHuitety 3%. 

ia^d ta ttfl^ n^w OQ^un- 
er byyk^ of atttomMH vrtlb 
N^v (Jtf S^te ia V^^ ahiMd 
of May. 1962 about 13.5^. 
T%it 13.5% i^MT-to-yNtf ^n a 
Viq^ia WIS ^^ An tM 
S.S% fm i^mM fM O^ U.S. 
in ^ I>^ of Goaim«ice^s 
Adwaa^ tu^ajik Saks PLepoit. 

FcMT tiK seond stnkbt nunA 
Retail Sate is VtepM have 
h^^ ili^tly bduad tiie lu- 
liMal ^iw-^o-year growth ^- 
ton. ReuO^ Sato in May for the 
nati<n wise rep(»tod to be ahewl 
of the eoaa^mk^ pepod last 
year h^ abmit 4%,aaxx#sf to 
the Adraa» R^^yi &dbs Report 
of die U.S. Denctm^t of Cbmr 
n»rce. I^tail sdes mre down 
m Vurgnia m May firom test 
years 1^«1, i^)fm»lBai^ 2%. 

ThiM te in 1963 y'm^m'% 
ecoMmy hlu experMiiMd^food 
y«ir-k>-^ar frowtf). AH ntae d 
the iiMlicat(»« post good y^r4o- 
year gains for ^e first five 
months of 1963 over the com- 
parable period in 1962. Retail 
Sales sltow a ^)in lot tbe pumu- 
lative period so f ar ia 1963 of 
2.5% over last years OHnparable 
period and New Car Sate in 
1963 are approximirtdy 14% 
ahead of the same five months — 
January-May of 1962, 



Fire Calls 

June 24 — 10:37 a.m... track; 
Seatack and Binfa^k R<b. 

June 25 — 9:47 a.m., cat up 
tree; 564 Brandon Rd. 

June 26—6:37 p.m., cat up 
tree; 2 14-8 1st &rcet. 

June 27—10:54 a.m-, tu pot; 
25th & Pa^e. 

June 27—11:57 ajn,, woods; 
1012 Noffok Ave. 

June 27 — 1:51 p.ra., ^9s&; 
1012 Norfolk Ave. 

JuiK 28'— 5:57 a.m., iirfialator; 
1200 Nted. Ave. 

. June 28 — 8:5} a.m., inhalator; 
1857 Mable Lane. 

Jiaie 29 — 1:29 p.m., automo- 
bile; 43rd aiul Ocean. 

June 29—10:07 n.m., trash 
can; Atlantic be4. 19th && 2(Xh. 

July 1 — 8:33 a.m., acci(k;ntal 
alarm; 25th & Arctic Avenue. 

July 1—10:52 a.m., inhalatw; 
17th St. Extd. 

July 2—11:10 a.m„ lost child; 
1302 Baltic Avenue. 

July 2—2:22 p.m., electric 
short circuit; 18lh & Pacifk: Ave. 

July 4 — 10:25 a.m., woods; 
N. BayshOTe Rd. 

July 4 — 11:05 A.m., trash; 
75th St. E. 

July 4 — 11:45 a.m., inhalator, 
Croatan Beach. 

July 4 — 3:07 p.m, inhalat(Mr; 
Steel Pier. 

July 4 — 3:24 p.m., woods; 
31st S. Ext'd. 

July 4 — 9:10 p.m., hcMiest 
mistake; 77tfi & Ocean Ft. 

July 5 — 8:20 a.m., mkcellan- 
eous; Croatan Beach. 

July 5 — 12:22 p.m., inhalator, 
Ru<te Inlet. 

July 6 — 9:25 a.m., miscellan- 
eous; Croatan Beach. 

July 8—9:39 a.m., house; 212- 
21st St. 

July 9 — 1:48 a.m., honest 
mfatake; 23nl & Ocean R 

July 10 — 8:46 a.m., oil stove; 
212-22^ St. 

July 10—1:17 p.m., miscel- 
laneous; 13th & Ocean Ft. 

July 10—1:48 p.m., trash; 
79th & Ocean Ft. 

July 10—2:23 p.m., iiAalator; 
20tb & Ocean Ft 

July 1^0—3:29 p.m., house; 
34th & AtkmtK. 

July 10—4:49 p.m.. misMl- 
ieaneow; 17th & Ocean Ft. 

July 10—6:25 p.m., miKdi- 
lane«is; 13tli & Ocewi Ft 

July 11'— 9:45 a.m., etetric 
short ckcuit; 562 Bay Ck^kmy 
Drive. 

July 1 1—4:35 pan., inhatotor; 
510 VMima Ave. 

July 13 — 12:50 a.m., wr^; 
47th & Attantic. 

Juhr 13—6:37 p.m,, grease; 
505-21st St 

A swx^sMl i^^mt li oM 
who ti^ks w^ <m hu iiet . . . 
so it a anoeeistal pwtetiiai. a^ 
■titadt tn- Srfer Uv^ sMm ttwt 
whoi a fMdeitrta camnto aa 
unsaii mAM la mm/^ tt» smril 

of c iimini i tttott^ m mm ^ 

think at iB. tUrit m yoa w^l 



fa (xm^mmm wWi fhe same 
nmfik in tte bue pniod (1956- 
58), the May in(fex nunAen ^- 
^ to iN G^^iwd \aa^ n^e 
yowtk in Ac ^ Dm^rim's 
e^mny. ^ of te wm «£ea- 
«t< — Irak DeUa, WaUb^g 
Pemito, Baotrioity Cmimman. i 
M^ Car ^Mtetett, PeMal 
Rece^tt and Water Onwunad— 
akmv pomA nMes of 25% or 
aiMe^Kelhe b«« oHrM. Hie 
kreau trf Busla^ Reewicb a 
^Kte ^ iMreotkM of Al^ B. 
Kii^. 

Of bterest 

# 

To Veterans 

By THOMAS A IIOOItB 

Araa Olrader, OMilaii Of 

War ValaraM' CWma 

W(ff !Vel«aia A^i^t^itntkm 
puipMM tt ii M Swier neeaenry 
4o auhmtt i«8Biai pr»rf of aM 
{H«vi0Ha laai^ itatw cSiaagea in 
tite uaual eue to aitiiiUih a valid 
current fSMrriafe. H tiie claimant 
IMS aade loU aMioawa ^ aM 
«ieb <&a^Bg, thH ia, the dates 
and fttMses of farkir marriages, 
divorcea «id dim&», mL ttiev 
«« ^ <^MOids, he needi «dy 
to submit proof of his current 
miuri^e, llie VA will accept his 
statement on dissolution of {ffior 
marriages. If there are convicts 
in tlie records or gape m tiie in- 
fonaatioo provided, tih«i fuU 
Qonial |tt»of of aU prior changes 
ill be Inquired. 

iFuU framal proof is ^iU re- 
quired in aH cases mvoMn^ com- 
mon law marriages, contimious 
cohabitMkai opiestieos, wad Mexi- 
can divorces. Birth certificates 
are still necei^ary to estkilish re- 
ilatumsliq> of childrRi. 

Please vMt my office on any 
claims qr protilams regarding 
beneftts tor vetmaaa and their 
surviv<»s. 

Maurice \. Hunger, my a^oci- 
ate, vii^ the Alan B. I^iepard 
CqnventiMi Cei^, 19th. Street 
and '^ciflc AveniiM, <hi the sec- 
end Md fourth Thursday of each 
nKaitti, between the hours of 
noon and 4 p.m. 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



C w w m e nw— Ml of Vfrginle, In 
the Circuit Court of fhe City of 
Virginia Bafech, on Mie ^ day 
of J uly, 1H 3. 

EVERSmiE LEE IKtOWN, 

Plaintiff. 

a^inst 
DOROTHY MAY (BROWN, 

Defendant 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
from tlM said defendant upon 
tl^ grounds of daMKrti(Hi and 
aAMUKtonraent 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that ti^ defend- 
ant is iMt a resident of the State 
of Vir^nia, the last known post 
office adctoe^ being: 2988 Belfort 
Road, JackaonvUle, Florida. 

Not resid«rt of the State of 
Vii^nia, it is ordered that die do 
app^r here within ten < 10) days 
after di» fHiMication hereof, and 
do what vaxs be necessary to pro- 
i&d her interei^ in this suit. 
A copy — ^Terte: 
JOHN V. FENTHESS, Oerk. 
BY: Margaret M. Hood, D.C. 
Brydges k &^es 
1(869 LadoB Itoad, 
Virginia B^ch, Va. 

744TU 



N^Inia Beach SUN-NEWS, Tuesday, July 16, 1963 



Page 5 




428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



• UQM. I«01IQ» 



BY: mof It Wim D.€. 

J. Frank Gaflagjwr, p.q. 
210 2Sth Street 
Vurgiaia B^ch, Vii^iinia 

7-24TU 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 SiMcial Nofioea 



ommviiwViMfi oy viiyHnsf in 
*ha dark't Offlca ef Mm Circuit 
Court of Nw CHy ef Virginia 
Beach, en the 21rt day rf June, 
1M3. 
DOi^ V«EZ THOMAS, FSaintiff. 

agaimt 
OBORGE LETWIS THOMAS, 

Defendant 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Tt» object of this suit is to 

oMain a diraroe a vinculo math- 

nmui frcMn the aid defendant, 

up«i the grounds of deserti<m. 

And an affidavit ha\ing been 
made and filed 1j»t the defend- 
ant is a zum-resident of the l^ate 
irf Vii^nia, the last known po^ 
office ad(fa«SB being: Enfield, 
North Carolina. 

Not resMeat of the State <rf 
Virginia, tt is ordered that he do 
appear Iwre wttlun ten <10) days 
after due piAhcation hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his ii^»^ in this suit 
A copy — ^Taele: 
JOHN V. FSNTRES6, Cleifc. 
BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Alan S. Mirman, p.q. 
Maiitime Tower 
N<»foik, Virginia 

6-254TU 



RBWfiAVlNG COURS — Won- 
derftil career in completriy un- 
crowded field, either full or 
part time, at home or in siiop. 
HiMne study course. CaU JU 
a«162 or HO 4-1147 lor com- 
ptete details. 



II Transportation 



ATLANTIC -PACIFIC DRIVE- 
AWAYS, INC. — We wiU de- 
liver your car to or from a;iy 
city. Bonded drivere. CaU 625- 
0804. 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Appliance ServlcM 



VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover. 
Sales and service. PrMupt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone GA 8-4222. 
Fuel Feed & Building Sup- 
pliw. Inc. 

EMPLOYMENT 



MKCHAND5E 



95 Lawn-Garden Supplies 

TOP SOIL — For sate. Located 
rear of Millers DiscouiM ^ore 
across from Princess Anne 
Plaza. W. T. Hutchlns. Call 428- 
1657. 



ROOA\S-BOARD 



101 Rooms Without Board 



Lar^, Private bath and entrance. 
Day, week or month. IVz Miles 
from beach. Call GA 84318 
after 5:30 p.m. or before 8:15 
a.m. Ai^time on weekends. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



¥i Help Wanted— Female 



Need desperately a responsible 
woman to live in. Light house 
keeping and pliild care for 
working mother. Small salary. 
Ref«enees. Call 428-5664 be- 
tween 10 ajm. and 2 p.m. 



CemnwnweaMi of Virginia, In 
the Clerk's Office of the Cirauit 
Court ef the City of Virginia 
Bead), on the 19th day of June, 
1963 
CHARLES WILSON, Haintiff . 

against ' 

CLARISSA WILSON, Defendjurt. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of tMs suit is to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo IMatri- 
monii from Xt» said defendant, 
upon the grounds of Statutory 
Groimds, Conviction of a felony. 
And an affi^^^t havii^ tieen 
nnde and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident Of the State 
of Vii^aiia, the last Iroown post 
^fiee adibess being: 888 Park 
Avaiue," Brooklyn, New York. 

Not re^dent of the State of 
Virginia, it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten <10) days 
after due pidblication hereof, md 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A oepy^Tesie: 
JOHN V. FENTltlBSS, Oerk. 
BY: Mary M. Wbite, D£!. 
Kellam and Kellam, p.q. 
Board of Trade Bwldmig 
Norfolk, Virginia 

6-254TU 



42 Help Wanted-Maie or Female 



FOUNTAIN WORK— girl or boy, 
over 18. Must be experienced. 
Apply in person at Alexander's, 
^th and Atlantic. 



44 Position Wanted— -Male 



Haired Navy Officer available 
for ni^ management position 
in any field. Dial OA 84501. 



SO Business Opportunities 



110 Apartments Unfurnished 

NORTH END— Unfurnished du- 
plex, 5 large rooms, Heat and 
water fumisted. Yearly lease, 
137.50 per month, avaUable at 
once. Call 428-8844, after 5 
p.m. 428-1735. 



Ill Apartments Furnished 



FOLLY RANCH, 140d.|7th St., 
clean, modem rooms, effici- 
encies. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ments. Reasonabte weekly, 
monthly, or annual rates. 



22ND ST., 210—1 and 2 bedroom 
fumisbed apartaients. ')Um^ 
and seasonal rental. 



Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
206-19th Street, Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT — For 
sale. With long lease. Thriving 
business. Excellent location. In- 
quire at ^8-9660. 



81 Boats For Rent 



HOUSEBOAT— By Day or Week, 
Complete galley, sleeps 5. Bob 
Rundey, 428-5444. 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



Ml of ViivMe, In 
the Clerk't Office ef Ihe CIkuH 
^urt ^ tiie City of ^r^inia 
Beech, en Hie 28ih day of June, 
1963. 
JOAl^ro^ UmD COGAR, 

Plaintiff. 

UM^CIASb COGAR, 

Defendant 

mmm of publication 

ne o^eet <rf tiia suit is to an 
aww^B^ fiiom the defendant 
tW tte frnm^ of ik> v^id 
marria^ betwen ^ parties. 

.ted w MBftemt lavii^ been 
m^ m^ AM that the defeiKi- 
»it te a nm-resid»rt of the State 
»( Vlftfiua. ti» I^ known «1- 
A^ Ibeo^: c/o Neto Teir Con- 

IM m^sk ^ tiw ^te of 
V^^il^ II ^ ortaed Qai he do 
qyev kM» ^mta ten (10) days 
tflif^w priMte^ hereof, and 
4ft vial ai^te memmy to pco- 
teet te MMHt in tto autt. 

AMI V. rmmmB, omk. 



Commonweilfh of Virginia, In 
the Clerk's Office ef the Circuit 
Court of the City of Vii^inia 
Beadi, en the 11M day of July, 
1963. 
KENNETH PAUL BAKER, 

- Plaintiff, 
against 
MYWNA JEAN KELLY BAKEai, 

DefeiKiairt. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The <Aject of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a "Rfensa Et 
ITiOTO to be later merged into a 
Divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendairt upon the 
grounds of d^ertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tlM defend- 
ant is a non-resident of ihe State 
of Virginia, the list knwm Post 
Office address ibeing: c/o Mr. 
Oirtis Kelly, P. 0. Box 742, Mid- 
dleburg, Va. 

Not resident of the ^ate of 
Virginia, tt is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do wh^ may be nec^sary to pro- 
tect her iirterest in this auM. 
A copy — ^Teite: 
JOHN V. FEa^TRiSS, Clerk. 
BY: Richard R. Garriott 
Biy^^ & a-oyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Rd. 
Virginia B^Kh, Ya. 

7.164TU 



OjOTHES line POSTS— $22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with fdur lines 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Supply. Inc. 



Furnished p'nd unfurnished one 
to 4 biedroom homes and apart- 
ments, ^ort term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. Call GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



REAL ESTATE K3R SALE 

124 Houses For Sale 

BELLAMY MANOR 

NO DOWN PAYMEm' 

and $115 monthly for custom 
built brick ranch with 3 tied- 
rooms, 2 baths, 2 <ar gxra^ 
on lai^ wooded tot. Call J. F. 
Peters anytime, 341-23*2, UL 
54379. 

GOODMAN-SEGAR«OGAN 
Home of Mr. Bu^ 



NORTH ALANTON 

B THIS YOU? 

If you love to walk on a carpet of 
pine needles, be surrounded by 
dogwood in tl» ^ring, have 
two fireplaces going on winter 
evenings, let me show you this 
charming Colonial, all on one 
floor. In tieautiful cool Alanton 
— "keeping room" kitchen — 
William^urg colore — air<ondi- 
ticmed — realistkaUy priced. 
P. H. Bratten. 341-3232, 341- 
^94. 

Goodman-Segar-Hogan 
Home of Mr. Busy 



VIRG^IA BEACH 

GOOD WATERFRONT 

^property. Air-conditioning, qual- 
ity • constructed, split - level in 
oiw of Virgihia Beach's nw^ 
prominent sections. All large 
rooms including 3 full baths 
imd large rwreation room. 
Owner anxious to sell. CaU any- 
time Herm West, 341-3232, 341- 
2079. 

GOODMAN-SBGAR4KXJAN 
Home of Mr. Busy 



1, 2, and 3 bedro<Hn apartments. 

Furnished a n.d unfurnished. 
.lMosAIi^ tr^ yfM([%, fftmtV" 

Cottier Realty, 1^ i%i Street 

Office 428-1330, nights 428- 

6833. 



114 House* For Rent 



KINGS GRANT — 4 bednxMns, 
family room, 2% baths. Colon- 
ial 2 story, fully air-conditioned, 
fireplace, dishwastier. On lake. 
Owner JU 7-11727. 



ELEGANT 
bedroom, 2 story Colonial on 
large wooded lot in exclui^ve 
netghl)orhood. Features formal 
dining room, eat-in kitchen, 
den, recreation room, greened 
porch, 2yz baths. 1 Year old. 
Selling due to business trans- 
fer. Call J. F. Peters anytime, 
341-3232, UL 64379. 
G00DMAN«EGARiHOGAN 
Home of Mr, Busy 



OASSIFIED DISPLAY 



A^ERCHANDISE 



117-A Rental Listings Wanted 



93 Household Goods 



APPLIANCES— 'Bargains in good 
used refrigerators, freezer^ 
ranges, washing machines, dry- 
ers. Terras to suit. Hirtz Bazaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088.* 



FURNITURE— Mattress and 
springs, books, desks, chairs, 
tables, chests. AD very reason- 
able. Hirtz Bazaar at Oceana. 
Open 9 to 9. GA 8-7068. 



RUGS — 9x12 linoleimi for every 
room in the house. $4.95 cash 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture, 17th & Baltic. 



Needed now^l, 2 ai«i 3 bedrocnn 
unfurnished apartments and 
h(HJses. Call John H. -Bell, Real 
Estate. 428-8322. 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



124 Kousee For Sale 



BAY COLONY— Lovely 3 bed- 
room, 2 bath h<Hne on 100' x 
190' comer lot. Brick veneer, 
oil heat, one bedroom air-con- 
ditioned. Immediate possession. 
Financing available. Owner. 
CaU GA 8-2^1 days and GA 
8^301 after 5:30 p.m. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



Furniture of aU kinds uphol^red 
and refinished. Free e^imates, 
reasoiu^Ie pric^. AutomobUe 
»at covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers aU custom made and fitted. 
HiUtop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
4^1797. We buy and sell new 
and used furniture. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



INSTRUCriONS 



ANNOU^CEMB^rrS 



10 Special Ibices 



LEARN FOLK-STOJ: BANJO 
Quafified tutor with pr^e^onal 
bed^ound wiQ teach you to 
play the traditional 5 string 
banjo. Mountm, Frik and 
Blue^ass styles tau|^ Also 
Folk Gttttar. «»«16& 



Reward for n^matioa leading 
to t3» aptsehoi^ni of persons 
driving on 'PriBO^ A^ie C<Nin- 
try Cbdb G^ Courae m IHies- 
day, JuJb^ 9 <M Vi£@sia -Beach 
^raee Detective Bttm^ 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
Of Music 

Brlstow HaidlB, Mraetar 

313 -asth Street 
Virginia Beach 



WHUAM KNiOROVe 

In^rucllon In 
Piano, Organ, Aaerdion 
JU7-04^ - 428-7727 



Genetii He^ntal of Virgima 
Beadi is your hospital!! ^p- 
pMt m generw^y— TOj^rt it 
Qowil Ca^ 42a-6aai QQwU 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto Auction Co. 



Ask Your Eye Physician About 

TRAYLOR'S 

Virginia BeMh't only 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
1369 Laskin Road, Va. Beach 

6AidM«4IM 

BUSINBS SERVICES 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

Hav* Roff/eJ Ami Guttered Vkgiim 
Bmh For The Past 10 Yean 

NEW OR F^EPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



FINANCIAL 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
CA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



PROMPT HOME FINANCING 

HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

700 BOU*H STREET - NORFOLK 

•024 vmamiA beach blvd. 

AT THOMAS COHNIll 



Repairs 

Comnwrcial 

Household 
Refrigeration 

Lanedramats 

Dealcn for W w Hu g h o— e 

AppBaaccs 



Etodikal CmUxmetat 

W. C. JOHNSON 

322 - 17tli SInti 

Vfarginia Beach 

Vtume GA M<71 



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^IDRIDCE & CHAMBlr 



EXTERMINATOR 

PHONE 340-t 
We Get The Bes' - 






REAL ESTATE 



BAY ISLAND 

Tidewata's Fitted AU 
Waterfrc«t Ommunity 

LOTS f OR SM£ 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE CO. 
4644851 NIghfs GA 8-9192 



stece Hi# ; 



ADAA^ ftROS. 
KIMAMNG CCMH». 

Plumbing and HeattrKj 
R^air servi-e and suppti^ 

v/arm arr duct heating 
Chrysler Air Conditioning 

BmXiET TBatfttS AS DESIRKD 
WE SERVTCE ^WIAT WE SEUi 

416-1 7rii St. - GAt-tf^l 
Vir«linia 



Small coMribuUon — tefe emi* 
tributt<m — GeMral Ua^Mal 
needs them all— c^ and #«a 
now— 42S<6ail. 



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Your Social 
Security 

"Why worry about social se- 
curity? Tm not going to get it 
vam 1990 anyway!" 

That's the attitude some y(wng 
people ha^% when they hear ia&. 
aSbonA social security or ae« ihe 
deletions on tl^ir pay slips. 
Aotoaily, the majority of these 
young people will eventua^y be- 
come 66 and older. Eh^vtudly, 
they win fiml that social security 
de(tai(^ns made now will pay 
off in social security benefits 
wten they really med ti^m. 

But, social security is much 
more than <dd-age benefits. It is 
vduable protection during your 
working years as well as after 
them. It provides payments of 
as much as $254 a month to ihe 
famill^ of worters who have 
dfed. It also provides layments 
to the worter and to manft)0^ of 
his f»nily should he beconoe 
totally disabled, no matter ai ndiat 
age. 

Tliere'are three occasions when 
you or your family should get in 
touch with your a>cial security 
(rf^: when you are planning to 
reflre, even a few months ahead 
of tta»; ^ould you become dis- 
ablai; and in the ev«it of ycmr 
d^ith. 

W course, you can call on your 
social security offic* for informa- 
tion at any time. Keep up to date 
on the (diai^s in the social 
se(air«y iiw. Be aire ttiat you 
bww t!» benefits yen are en- 
tated to. AikJ be sure you don't 
ran ttK r^ of loai^ Jhem. by 
aei^tfya^ for <baia. 



"THE fENOER TRAP" 
IS WELL RECEIVED 

PLAZA — "The Tender Trap," a modem comedy (kalii^ witii 
the decline and Ml of bachelorfacxx), was jvesented to a weUh 
entertained, full houK at the B(m Creek CouMiy Qub WecbM^dfiy 
night. 

Jtrfm Oicster, dir^^ttM' of the play, disj^j^ his very capable 
talents with this production, for 



almost non^ of the m^nbers of 
his caM had any previous sta^ 
experience. Under his directions, 
the neopl^te cast portrayed their 
charactere with honesty and indi- 
vidualism, and what the playei^ 
lacked in experienced techniques 
and polished delivery, was made 
up for in genunie enthusiaan and 
effort. 'Hiis novice cast let no 
laughs alip by and from the open> 
ing line to the fhial clinch, the 
large audience laughed, chuckled 
and roared. 

Although there were pteity of 
rough ^>ots, Don Garcia, the 
hartdsome leading man^ leaped 
into the Inreech with an ad4fl[) 
whenever cues or lin^ were 
missed. He w^ coi^tantly aware 
of the Si(M<m and was never 
caught with egg on his fMe be- 
cause of a misplM^d prop or 
forgottm cce. for a fir^-timer, 
he displayed an alanmng amount 
of ^agei)re9ence. P«bai» the 
b^ performance of the evening 
was that of Carrol Kennedy, por- 
traying the very married Joe Mc- 
CaU. Kennedy underplay^ his 
part aiKl showed a natural talent 
for comedy and expression, 
deor^ Cioldberg, having the only 
un^M^orous rote in iSx play, 
managed to hold his own against 
the other more colorful charac- 
ters, and, Stanley Jacobson, play- 
ii^ a jazz4}uff beatnick, stole the 
whole third act and merited a 
^)ecial round of applause upon 
exit after his one brief scene. 

The four female performers 
were lovely and charming. Their 
costumes and hair styles were a 
treat to the eye. Debra Jacoteon 
and Faye Luper both handQed 
their roles well. Barbara Leitman 
as the gal who got the man per- 
haps overplayed some of her 



lines, iwit her (telivery <m tte kM^ 
^)eeches was more nautnd. ftes 
was possibly the most diffknitt of 
all tJse women's rotes, ami al- 
though she had a i^iaky ^art, by 
the second «rt her performance 
had regained control, but Nonna 
Torontow, as the beautiful, poised 
nHisi(dan, walked off with t!ie 
blue ribbon. 

The glamorous, ^lit-tevel set 
vtM (tesigned by Mike Doody, 
lighte were under the direction of 
IXaynard Allen. Produced by Bow 
Creek Golf and C(wntry Qub, all 
pixjceeds went to the new Virginia 
Beach 'H<^pital. 

— 'Kay J(riuuon 

SCHOOL LOAN DUE 
IN LATE AUGUST 

RIQHIfOIP<n> — The newly cre- 
ated Vir^nia PuUic School Au- 
thority is expected to make its 
first loan, for f4.S milion, to Vir- 
girua iBeach in lato Au|^ ao* 
cording to State Treieurer Lew^ 
H. Vaden, the authorEy's secre- 
t»7 and treasurer. 

A second loan of $7.5 miSton 
will protobly be made to Fairfax 
County some time in Septonbor, 
he said. 

Both krans have ali^y been 
tentatively approv^ by the au- 
thority. 

The $4.5 million in bonds which 
the £ttMe authority will bi^ from 
Virginia Beach were approved 
for sale by Beach voters in June. 




COLLEGE LOCATION MDS 
"COMMOR GLORY" CAST 



WnUAJ^BURG — Most out- 
door dramas have a difficult ti<me 
trying to arrange activities {<a 
company members when they 
are not actively engaged in tlw 
pioduction itself. "The CmimoTi 
Glory" doesnt have tins prtiblem 
for a very sinq>le reason: it is 
f ortimato in ibeing located in the 
same town with the C(dlege of 
WUliun and Mary. 

A majorMy of cast and crew 
^tend dasses each day and some 
coaifmny m&aAms even use the 
oRwrhmtty to work on «ivarK» 
degrees. 

Del Driver, who plays the part 
of >Fatrick Heroy, is working on 
his noaater's (iegree in >fiducati(ni 
This summer he is taking gradu- 
ate courses in history smd edu 
cation. 

David McCorkte, Thonus Jef- 
ferson in the drama, althou^ a 



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Kitdm eorracf pttoitMtr wUh pmtdl. 
Add fcera al bolfeaU 

1. OaudB Roint app«ar«d in 
"Show of Waak" •piiod* 
about loldian itotionBd in 

doMrt wIMernesi. 
"Ih9 OtUlB." 

*'TIm Outp^M.** 

"IUbb iBforB Down." 

2. Groaf divmotic octrats guBth 
ilori on July 19 Poor show. 

SuBon Hoyword. BafflB D«Hb. 
ToMlah IkMkhMMl. 

3. Star of "Man Who Giim 
Horn* LcAb," also choMii to 
portray John KBnnady fai "PT 
109." 

Cliff RobM-Hon. 

M«i^ienMi7 CIMr. 

4. Starred ai playboy in AAoii- 
day moviB, "An Afloir to lt»- 
mamber." 

Gbots* SoMtora. Cory 



5. Faneut cewBdleR fo^wra of 
"Th« Werid Of . . .** spbod^ 
J^ II. 

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recent college gr^uate, uses his 
morning hours to take voice les- 
sons at the college. 

Marian Cloke, Patty Jefferson 
in "The Compam Glory" is tak- 
ing a courw in flr^ Arts this 
summer tiist she will tr^iafer to 
her own college, Dfennison Uni- 
vendty. 

Edmund L. WaUon, Aadstufit 
Box Office Iton^er, will receive 
his law degree at the end of this 
sunmier arid his days are busy in 
t^ Marshall WyOe School of 
Law at the coltege. 

Many of the acUffs are tddi^ 
(Curses at the Coltege iat no 
credit, llwy t^^ that they 
shnply do wA wiib to waste tinw 
and that being abte to be ei^ed 
in teaming during the dayl^t 
hours is rewarding in itself. 

Carl Baiam, Special Effects 
Technician in the (Irama, is cpite 
bu^ during the day teachir^ in 
sumni^ school. At present he 
teacli^ a ccMirse in audio-vinid 
techn^ues. 

As tfa(m^ producing a drama 
and going to school were not 
enough to do, quite a few mem- 
bers of "Tbe Common Glory" 
company have volunte@ed their 
singing talents to the denonuna- 
tions of their choice throughout 
the C(donial town. Bniton ^imMti 
can boast of at tea^ a half -dosen 
Gtoyites in tts choir on SurMlays. 

"Tlie Common Glory" is i»o- 
duoed by (be ncm^rott Jm^- 
town Corporation in the Lake 
Ui^4)akz .^nphitheatre at 8:^ 
p.m. saeh night except SuncUy. 
K will ran through Au^iat 31. 




With the arrival of July, the centennial month of die I>attk 
of Gettysburg, a Virginia belle visits the monument to the Qvil 
War pastor of Old St. Paul's Church. Fmished In 1739 and stUi 
in use, the diurch is one of seven highlt^is on the Ncxfclk Tour, 
N(»folk, Virginia. The Tour includes dw miles ci auuJs simI 
flowNs at die Gardeos-by-die-Sea; dae largeat lumd bat m dw 
world and odwr attracrioos. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN -NEWS 



WJBLISHED, TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 



Va. XXXVI. No, 56 



TfcLEPHONE GA 8-2401 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1963 



Two Sections— 12 Pages 



SINGLE COPY: 5c. BY MAIL $6.00 PER YEAR, 



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Engineers 
Uve OK To 
Sand Plan 

VffiGimA BEACH — A wkI 
^nq>ing program lor tl» fwal 
ywtf which started July 1 has 
b«n ai^roved by the Norfolk 
DWi-ict <Mfice of the/Aimy Cwps 
of Qn^Mo^, iosf^ ]|cOo!udd, 
<»nsuliing engineer of Oie Vir- 
l^nift Beach ErMi<m fioard said 
this we^ 

He aid &» prcHP^n ci& for 
iMX^iing 1^,000 cubic ywr^ of 
"su^rii^ new jnateriid" oi^ Ifae 
betdi. 

Ilc0<ma]d said this does not 
indude otter »ad the cotnmis- 
Aaa {^ns to punqi fitmi Just 
inwie lUidM blet or ai^ Mnd 
w^ich may be by{«s3ed at the 
RiMith of the hik^. 

iMd>oiMld said *t]ie current 
yeiff's {program, gearMl to even- 
taiai federal aid, estimates the 
cost of putting the new material 
iiom the Owl's Creek ait« onto 
tiie beach at $114,500. 

He saM that uiMler (he 25-year 
fed^al {SMtidpation program ap- 
proved sometkiM a^. the f^ieral 
government Ao^ reimbur% tl^ 
cornnriaikm SO per ceirt ol Ihi^ 
amount, m f ST^SO, in late 1964. 

Desoto County 
Has Now CO 

FeitamNitih l^h scImmI iAi;4rat 
<^n»npnd of the taofc 

^ bne 

la 
HmUmaM Comteider Horace 
D. Itam, Jr., i«Ueved lieirteiaot 
CwmemSmT DonaM P. IPoukla, 
who fem comnumdkl ttie AHantic 
Fleet AsnpUbious Force ship 

C Cwit i nu e d on page 4} 



Near-GOUislon 
Caisos Assault 



VIRGINIA BEACat — A near- 
ctfUsion ^tween twoautom^iles 
on Vhrginia ^ach BMlevffl-d Sat- 
urday ni^ resuKed in the shoot- 
ing aiKl beMing of ms of the 
drivers. 

Virginu Beach Mi(» rap<nled 
WedMsday that Ncoman Lew^ 
Adams, 91, of S96 iMOwbry Arch, 
Norfolk, has been charg^ with 
felonious assault la the incident 
tlu^ occun-ed M l:% pjn. M 
Davis Comer. 

David F. 'WMtehurit of Seatack 
was shot in Ibe iteft arm th^ 
beaten by Mmm, {^ilce said, 
wlmi the two men |K>t into an 
argument ovor an ^pw^irt traf- 
fic mishap. 

Uaofftdal sources ^d the 
Admis car forced the WhUehurst 
car off the boutevard into a serv- 
ice statiob where the ^ootii^ 
and beathig t<Kric pl%(%. 

Whltehurst 'wu reportedly ta- 
ken to Del^ul H{»pitti by the 
Davis Comer Fire Department 
acnbutance. llie hospital h^ no 
record Wednesday of his admtt- 
tance or release. 

The victim wi» adrnttted to 
IC^K)u^it«i V^@^ns iioapHal hi 
HsMnpton Sunday at 12::% pjm. 
and is reported, in sat^ac^ry 
condition. , 

A^na wiU appear in Municipid 
Cwirt Au|^ 5 for a prelimiiMry 
hearing on the case. 

InvesUpttng olfk^rs were De- 
t«:tives Al &nith and W. F. Our- 
ri«. 



LOCAL CPA ELECTED 

Crahi, C^A of ^itgkiia Beach, has 
been elected a motifeer of the 
American In^tute of Certified 
Public Accountai^. 

SCr. Crain is on the staff at 
Norfo3}E City Sdtml Board in 
NorfoUc. 



Virginia Beach Rotary Club Has New Officers 




Mb Robertson, Keir Dullea 
Attend Convention Here 



VRGB^ilA BEACH— l^evi^on 
a^d movie stars Dide Robertson 
and Xeir Dvrik^t were among 
tiMMe jrttendtaig tlw Virginia Mo- 
ti<Hi Pictaire IlKirtre .^sodatlon 
Convention «^ the Cavalier this 

Dullea has a Ie»iing role in a 
curreik OMlion picture, "David 
aiKl ysa," hi whM be i^ys a 
youi^ scluz^phrenic who me^ 
a teen<age gbrl, stailarly affUded, 
md with her ftickthe r^our^s 
nectary to repin normalcy. 

jMer^fe is tawwn to tolevi- 
^<m viewers for his stiuring role 
In the "Ttfes of Wel^ Fargo" 
aerial. Bt was schedt^d to ad- 
Hlr^s the coDV^iAwn Tuescbty <m 
it^l^ommiess in f flm entertain- 
ment but becaum of a delayed 
anlval he ipoke Wetkieeday, 
leUi$ the 6eki§sAes iribout im 



forthcoming anxMted Weirtem 
fikn, "The Man from Button Wil- 
low." 

Has woitd's first ftUl-ler^ 
animated westoii movie, it was 
previewed Wedn^day at the 
Beach Theatre. 

Robertson, who produced the 
film, ^d it would be released 
next May. 

Delegates to the convention 
were startled during their Wed- 
nesday morning breakfs^ wi^n 
they saw exhibitor Jerome Gord- 
on of Newport News ride into the 
hotel's ColooM Ro<Mn on horse- 
back. The stoni had been ar- 
rai^ed prevuMii^ as part of the 
conventkm pro^un. 

A^roxhnateiy 200 del^ates 
attend^ the convention ) which 
ended Wednescbiy. 




Harold Kellam, past district ^vernor of Rotary International, installed the newly elected 
Virginia Beach Rotary Qub crfficers recently at the Americana Motor Lodge. Pictured are 
(left to ri^t) Gaither Newnam, treasurer; L. O. Clark Jr., vice presiderrt; W. J. Dekker, presi- 
dent-, Howard Jon^, secretary; Dr. O. M. Wakefield, directs; Harold Kellam; and Joseph B. 
Wood, sergeant-at-arms. (Boice Ph<^) 



Plaza Opens New Section 



PLA2A— The aU New Carriage 
HiJl Se<rtion of Princess Anne 
Flasa will officially open this 
week-eiKl, anncwnced the ^xilGes- 
man for Ghapd Builders. Th^ 
s^araite aecticm of ov«r 800 co- 
lonial styled hom» wM fes^re 
nam new idca» in comtruction 
aiMi d^ipi. MMed Hsfy 9U Dud- 
ky, A.I;A., ArcMtecA t4sr Carriage 
HUL _ . ■ 

Mr. 1)© Wiwrt^ ^"IWBttlWftf 
Interiors otf SO^r l^rii^. Md., 
did the interior decorating f<Mr all 
six modeds. The "Arabian Kitch- 
en," brigtA cotor moods, original 
fabric, unusual pictures and dis- 
linotlve lan^ add gr«it interest 
to all the hom«. Mr. Winston wil 
be present at the nwdel homes 
Saturday «Bid Sunday to give free 
decoratii^ advice and interior 

A spbkesttan for Carriage Hill 
^ted, "We are proud to an^ 
nounce tM Carriage IM will 
feature "Built mith faraais prod- 
ucts as advertised in Life." Life's 
Merchandise Manager, Charles R. 
Joyce, on a re(»nt visit said, "The 
^ different model h<Hnes at Car- 
riage Hill have the best value 



I^le RiA^tom (Irft) sad J^m Bnwmas, seo^anr, Vir^ia 
Ua^m mosm Tiio^a^ MsomAaa. (fiakima Huto) 



Second Landing 
Set For July 25 



LTTTLE CRiaaC-«98 NROTC 
Midshipmen, repr^enttng 36 col- 
leges and universties of the Mid- 
western and Eastern U. S., will 
storm ashore at Camp Pendleton, 
Virginia, in a public demonstra- 
tion of amphibious sea power. 

•Rear Athniral James C. D«np- 
sey, commander Amphibious 
Training Conmmnd, U. S. Atlantic 
Fleet, has imrited the residents 
and visttore in Tidewater to ob- 
serve the assault landing on July 
25, starting at 8:50 a.m. 

fHas anH>hibious assault exer- 
cise, the last landing demon^a- 
tion to be open to the public this 
year, is being staged prinarily le 
a giipmtic graduation ceremony 
fOT the NROTC mi^Mpmen cur- 
T&atiy undergoing amphibious 
war&re training at the Little 
Creek Amphfticws Daoe. 

Dubbed NARMH)-63, the laid- 
ing will include some 24 shi|» of 
tiie Atlantic Fleet, num«-<He air- 
craft from Navy, Marine Corps 
and Air Force ba^s along the 
East Coast, 3M over 6,000 n^n. 



INDEX 

CLASSIFIED 

EDI1t>RIAL 

ENTERTAINMEirr „ 

FUNERALS 

SOCIETY 

SP0R1S 



SB 

4A 
4B 



2 A 3A 
5A 



I've seen in a loi^ tune. Priced 
from 110,260 to $14,500, they 
have every feature for good fam- 
ily iivir^." 

Canrii^ HiU is a completely 
new section witii City Water and 
ail utilM^. All the street to this 
i^w community have l)een nanmd 
to fit into the ovemi O^fflual 
Timm. of the area. 

iMmm M»»^y C<Bp«»tion is 
the «idiMive ss^ agenbi m Car- 
riage HiU. 



Highway Men 
Tour Tunnel 



VIRGINIA BEACH— TTie State 
Highway Commission, liere for a 
meeting at the Americana Motor 
Lod^ f^iday, wUl tour the Ches- 
apeake Btiy Bridge-Tunnel project 
today. Tliis will be the first time 
the Commission has visited the 
span m a body since construction 
began in 1960. 

The tour will 'be made by boirt, 
leaving Cobb's Marina at Little 
Creek at 10 a^n. Commissioners 
of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge- 
Tunnel District will serve as hosts 
and acc^pany the highway offi- 
cials. I 

The l)ridgfr*unnel grouip will 
entertaik the highway oohmiis- 
sioners|at a cocktail party and 
dinner At 7 p.m. at the Ameri- 
cana, f 

Frklay's meeting will b^n at 
10 a.mj The commission is ex- 
pected p approve ti» low bids 
sutomitt^ July 10 on three Inter- 
state 64 projects to Norfolk as 
well as other srtate highway bids. 

A report on the progr^s of the 
Interatate system in tte Norfdk 
area also wUl be made hy Deputy 
Highway Commissioner F. A. 
Davis. • 



TWO SHIPS LEAVE 
FOR CANAL ZONE 

LrmiE CREEK— Two Atlantic 
Fleet Amphibious Force tank 
landing ships departed Norfolk 
Tuesday tor amphibious training 
with Army battle groups sta- 
tioned in the Panama Canal Zone 
area. 

The departing ships are the 
Dodge County, commanded by 
Lieutenant F. P. Kedly, and Mid- 
<UeKX County, commanded by 
LtoHenairt W. «. Kersting. They 
will relieve the tank landing ships 
Churchill County M»d Talbot 
Ckwmty, which have l)een con- 
(hictmg smiilar operati<M^ in that 
ar» mioB April. 

Do^ Cmu^ and Mi<kllesex 
(^m^ are sdi^uled to return 
to l^n*fott jn October. 



ceo To Hear 
LL Gov. Godwin 



PLAZA— Lt. Gov. Mills God- 
wto will ddiver the main addresi 
for the July quarterily meeting of 
the Council of Civic OrganizatioiK 
Wednesday at sfflie (Bow ' Creek 
Country Club, with a reception ai 
seven o'clock aid dinner sA 7:45 
p.m. 

Hiem* ior the iie^^iMit g(^- 
emor's talk is to be indu^r&I 
devetopment in this area and the 
rural versus urban problem in 
Virginia. , 

It has been amuHmoed by the 
president of the Council of Civic 
Organizations, Charles Burlage, 
that a limited numlber of places 
at the dinner meeting are avail- 
able for non-members of the 
CouikU. 

"Reservatiom! are heii^ accept- 
ed by Mrs. Charles Burlage at 
464-1^7 and Mrs. Homer Lee- 
dome at 341-5629. Cost of the din- 
ner is tiiree dollars. 



Davis Band To 
Play For Shrine 
Club Dance 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Vir- 
ginia Beach Shrine Club will hold 
a ipuWic dance Monday, July 29 
at the Cavalier Beach and CaAxana 
Club. Music for the event will be 
provided by Meyer Davis, undCT 
the direction of Cy Dehnan. 

The popularity of Meyer Davis' 
Music and the demand for it is 
such toat it is not unu^al for 
engagements to be made ten or 
more years in advance. Dates 
through 1975 have been [reserved 
by socialites and dignitaries here 
and abroad. 

The unique position Meyer 
Davis' Music holds as society's 
favorite orchestra is tribute to the 
vitality and sparkle o*f its per- 
formance. 

Club members mid hotel guests 
will be admitted to the dance 
free. Admission to the public will 
be $5.50 per couf^. 

ANDREW MOSCOPULOS 
COMPLETES DUn 

YOKKTQWN— Andrew J. Mos- 
copulos, Jr., of 35^ Malbon Ave., 
Norfolk, will complete on July 19 
two weete' duty in the com- 
missary ^i^rtmeirt aA tee U. S. 
Coast Guard R^erve Training 
Center in Yorktown, Va. 

A commlsarymim first cla^ m 
the re^rve, he w srt tte oeirter 
for his annual two-week auuner 
traimng pertod. He is a postal 
derk m Norfcrik and is ttie son of 
Jamm iic»icopu)o6 of 4B& WMch- 
dudc Rd., Vu^ia Beadi. 



Master Plan Would 
Bring City Together As 

Satellite Communities 

BY RUBY JEAN PmLLIFS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — ^The sprawling new City cd Virginia Beach may eventually be btcka* 
into five or six self-sustaining satellite communities. At least that is the essence of a master pisi dis- 
cussed by city officials and the Planning Commission at an infcmnal meeting Monday n^ht. 

Through controlled development oi land, officials hope to pull toe city tog^er into select^ 
focal points where shopping fa- 



cilities, parks, churches, schools 
and other conmiunity necessities 
will be eaaly accessible to the 
residents of those particular 
areis. 

"if this is accomplished, 
PiMining Director Mason Gmii- 
age said, it would gcoatly cut 
down on highway travol and 
also cut down on fho transport- 
ing of students to distant toc- 
Hons of the city." 
The tower part of toe city is 
beccmHi^ more presang in its 
growth. By evaluating each 
neighborhood and determinii^ its 
potential develoinnent, officials 
now can plan for the future and 
set prec^ents in zoning. ' 
City^AaintainMl CamfMitM 
Poorly drained or suhinar^nal 
property, not suitj^e for housj^ 
development, could, under a mas- 
ter plan, be acquired by the d^ I 
f<8' recreatiohal facilities, such u 
Cionpsites or access roads and 
parking arfeas nesor f^ing aaA 
boMing spots. . , 

Back Bay and tiie a^euttural 
areas m the soutfa^n part of the 
city would remain the same until 
tl»y feel toe presswre of devti- 
opraent. The oceaniront wouki 
also be treated separately because 
of its potential. 

By acquiring poorly drainod 
property, or obtaining tho do- 
velopmont rights from tho own- 
•rs, tiM dty couM pravont tfio 
financial strain eflwi rwliwd 



Unpaved Hoads 
Hinder Tourists 



Forty-six million adults and 
countless youngsters plan VKa- 
tions tois summer, acceding to 
the American Institute of Public 
Opinion. Many ot these fun- 
seeking tourists will flock to Vir- 
ginia. Once here, they wiH room 
our unpaved "secondary roads" 
in search of fascination that does 
not exist near the paved ribbons 
we call superhighways. They'll 
take whatever roads we can of- 
fer that bring them closer to the 
Old Dominion's many scenic at- 
tractions — from Harper's Ferry 
to the Shenanctoah Valley, from 
Richmond to our 13 st^e parks 
and recreation areas. 

But with half of Virginia's 
42,000 miles of secondary roads 
uiipaved, will their travel he 
pleasurable or just toleiable? Fhe 
fact is that many of our unpaved 
roads ne«d to be made ready. 
The Calcium Chloride Institote, 
a national authority on highway 
construction and maintenance, 
reports that a common complaint 
of summer travellers is that un- 
paved roads are often too dusty 
and bumpy to enjoy. Yet, by ap- 
plying dust-laying compcwnds, 
these grimy, jarring nuisances 
can be turned into scenic coun- 
try drives in a matter of hours. 

Tourists spend $800 million in 
Virginia each year, with summer 
vacationers accounting for nearly 
half. So. for our sake and theirs, 
wc should help nake our s«»nd- 
ary roads first-rate while there is 
still time. Citizens h^vc a duty 
tt> rep'^rt flying dust and Io<w? 
gra\cl — hazards to ail drivers at 
this time of year — ^to autoorkiH 
They'll thank you for it, and m 
will our summer visitors. 



whofi this typo proporty is used 
for houdng. 

If the dty olitamed ^di prop- 
erty, or its devek^ment ri^rts, it 
could he used for agricultore un- 
til growth clo^ in and changed 
its statos. Then it could be con- 
verted by the city into outdoor 
recreational facilities. Or it might 
be used for city n^amtenance 
buildings. 

Would Buy School Sitoi 

By settmg up a n^ster plan, 
toe dty could also determine far 
to advance, through projected 
population and futore growth, 
what ffltes would b^ benefit 
^ch conununity for new school. 
The dty would toen be respona- 
Ue for l»iying this kmd. 

State Promotion 
Forum Subiect 

VmGimABfiACM^ -^Busi- 
ness investii^ mcM% than $1 mil- 
lion a year to advertising their 
products and regions, and toe 
Stole of Virginia through printed 
folders, brochures and circulars, 
will gatoer at Virgmia Beach on 
September 12 to consider how 
to improve their advertising ef- 
forts. 

The group will meet and par- 
ticipate in a forum conducted by 
the publications committee ot 
the Virginia Travel Council. 
Chairman of toe committee is 
Kermit Cavedo, of Richmcmd, 
vice-president of The Baugphman 
Company; a distmgui^ol grcmp 
of experts will aid in the presen- 
tation. 

The program mcludes toe fol- 
lowing subjects: The part of the 
travel foldor in toe advertising 
of Virginia and your business, 
the many uses of an advertising 
folder, creating tote travd folder 
lay-out, prpsentu^ your story, 
illustratii^ your story, selectii^ 
toe right materials, and toe travel 
folder in use-what toe visitor 
wants in a travel folder. 

Virginia has a splendid tefw- 
tation for toe effectiveness of its 
publications and toe beauty, of 
cheir des^, according to Thom- 
as G. McCaskey, of Williams- 
burg, toe Council's president and 
a vice-president erf Colonial Wil- 
liamsburg, Inc. Each year toe 
committee screens scotcs of new 
folders published by Council 
members and pass on suggestions 
on how to improve toem. Awards 
are made annually for the finest, 
alNround folders produced. 



' The areas presently being db- 
cussed as potential ^rteUite com- 
munities are Bayside, m and 
around toe appro»:h to the Cb^- 
apeake ftty Bridge-'Rtmiel; Ara- 
gona Village and iKempsvffie; 
Princess Anne Plaza aiul Utfle 
Neck; Great ^leck and Ocosmh; 
Virginia Beach , Borou^; and, 
eventoally. Princess Anne, near 
the Cwirt House. 

Each of those trMli aroM 
would bo flolf-suftaining from 
■omo industry other than houo> 
ing, such as military instollft- 
tlons, ocoanfront or similar 
cemmoreial d ovo lo pmont. 

A ma^r plan wouM d^gn 
the conranunities and reqpto« 
buiWers to foUow the plan for 
develoixnent. it would thstt take 
City Council action to tareak toe 
precedeiU. 

"ThTou^ marfcet analysis we 
can detennme what is need«i in 
«ich community or neightoor- 
hood," Cwnage said. "We taM>w 
toat we will need jo^mffiy^ 
hrarfes, lo^ima^f scrwola, sfcwMB" 
food s^xffes, and so for^, and «% 
would plan it aceonUn^y. 

"Tlw merchants shwiW have a 
better feeling of protection know- 
ing that some limit^i«» woukl 
be placed on their parfctcidar area. 
We 6^,t flMan to eliminate com- 
petition, but we dont want to 
flood the market wito too nunKf 
identical buanftsses." 

The pto, he said, wouW fce 
worked <wt on a capital eqjendi- 
ture prognmi without causi^ ad- 
ditional taxes to Vir^nia Beadi 
residente. 

Lester Lanin To 
Open At Cavalier 

VDIGINIA BEACH — Leste" 
Lanin, ranked as one of Wje great- 
est sodety bandleaders in the 
country, and his orchestra wiU 
open at the Cavalier Beach and 
C^MBia Club Friday <m Qte star- 
light deck. 

His engagement wfll extoad 
through Jtdy 25. 

P^ iHmry is presently enter- 
taintog to the Hunt Room. 
Though this is his ifirst appeap- 
ance m Virginia Beach, this tal- 
ented pianist and singer hm raade 
a big hit wito local audiencea. 

John Derieux ami his ordie^za 
provide dinner music each ni^t 
in the Captain's Table. He will be 
ttere through Sept. 7. 



Two Injured in Crash 



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tw> occupante of this cmt-<rf-state cat were ii^ured Weda^ 
day about 2 p.m. in a collision on Laskto Road mar ^ WMt 
Heron Motel. The injured pair whose names wwe mot. 
were taken to Virgmia Beach General Hospital wh«e 
juries vmx da«ib^ as minor. (Baldwm Fhofio) 



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Mrs. Moore's Bakery 

NEXT TO BE<I.O RIPER MARKET 
«X> 30TH ST. VIRGINIA BMOH SA a^K>ei 



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(Wl^iere Quality & Style Are Silent Partners) 

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at Va. Beach 

vim LASKIN rOao 
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(nAI-way between 
the new White Heron Motel & Linkk>ni Sdx>ol) 



jp« Mrs- Cre^ekmore and ifie staff of 

Creekmore B^uty Salon 

Mrs. James (Julia) Mrs. Hall (Ruth)^ 

A^. Walch (MadaUne) Mrs. Ellis (Mable) 

Mrs. Herndon (Nan) 

^^t cordially invite their 

^^ many patrons and friends for ^ 

^y FREE GC»rwetic and hair a>lor ccmsulWion with it^ 

ig AUBREY SWAIN. £* 

of 
Loreal of Paris 

TIWI^OAY-"lULY 1S-10 KM. to 4 P.M. 

CreekmcM^ Bm^^^kn 

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Mr. & Mrs. Tippo 
Return From 
Yachting Cruise 

BKCXIWDOD — Mr. »d Mm. 
Bdwud tifiw «l Vu-finia Ceai^ 
have |u^ returmd ft^MU a ,y^M* 
Ing cruise on the Chesap«ik« 
ftay. ITiey were guests of Mr. 
Tij^o's 4)rother, Mr. and Ikirs. 
Amdd T^^ and son, John, of 
Wflnunl^n, Delaware on the 
yacW the *Sea Fomn." 

TOe yacht was oiw of five cruis- 
ing with ottKsr (boats that are 
nKOriiSB of ttie Norfittart Y«;M 
Club in (KfaryteKi. Visited ¥«re 
Solomon's Islands, Tides Inn and 
Windmill Poiirt Marina. The tooate 
lae now dcKked af the LaAi^te 
Yacht Chri> in Norfolk. 

Included oil this trip wese Mr. 
Mod Mrs. Earl OberhcAzer and 
their ^u|^r, Awn, and her 
hu^xand, Jotai Ifcrst, on Uieir 
yacht tjie "Bu ddy 0". _ 

1^. atad Sfa." Emma and 
George Graff «i Uie "I'm For 
&te";.afr. and "Ifi^. Lewi* Fry 
and l^ir chiMren Patricia ami 
Lewis on* their boat "I^tricia". 

Mr. and^Mrs. (Robert Wils>n 
awl chUdifl!^ Linda, Janet aiMl 
Tommy «i thfcir boat the 
"Cooky." ' 



TRI 6AIIMA SDRORin 
HOLDS COOK-OUT 



VffiGlNIA BEACH— Tri Gam- 
tm Sorority, con^osed of girls 
tttewltag Virginia Beadi Hi^ 
School jujd Coui^ Day &hool 
for Girls, recerffly fi«d a cookourt 
^ the home of Carolyn Bodier 
in Birdneck Point.* 

1^ pledge meeting was tiie 
dunax fA M»o p«^ious nKrtii^ 
held fw the pui^ose of sde<^ng 
Mw m^idjers for the coming 
year. Tboae drawn were Mar^tret 
Ann fJrewy, ^wtt Walkar, Mary 
Jo K^m, linda Alton, Bail Wil- 
soR, Peggy H^«ra»n, Hardy 
Keuun, Alice Van Kft^iand, Jean 
Marie Richardswi, Susan Blosser, 
TMe Dickson, i^tsy Vakos, Bet^ 
Bowen, Bake Midiaies, Linda 
jpeLeon, ani Caiy jHatten. 



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SHOE SALE 

WOMEN'S SHOES ONLY 

Thm greatest sale of women's shoes in Tidewaterl 
Ywj pay r<^ular jM-Jce for th« first pair. 1+»e second 
pair is ymirt for <»ily 5c. Hurry In for Mg Mvir^ 
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Hoamfmoaiag at the Nassau Beach Hotel Nassau, mi tte 
Mtesm am Mr. aiid Mrs. Paul Plawin of. VUpi^ Bdach, Va. 
The oottpfe vvmt manvd Jom 29^ at Main Street dirisium 
Oiun4i, Wytbe¥We« Ve. Mn. Pbwin wm ^ togms Mm Jtwa 
E. Irvui, (toi^Mer of kfr. wd Mrs. B. G. Irvn q( W^ttovftte, 
Vii^nia and Mr. Plawin, flie Mm of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Plawin 
oi N<wfolk, Vii^ginia. 



Personal Mention 



Jud^ and Mrs Oren Lewis of 
Ate}andria lure spending t!#o 
weeks at the Princess Amie Cwin- 
tiy CM). 



Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mor«;ock 
md t^r tiro diiUm of Batti- 
tme, Md., apart huit ^R^k«id 
visHii]^ (Mrs. Moreoodc's «ial^ 
Miffi F^ence Lefliioine at ^er 
hems <m 72nd St. 



The W^e& Tracy awl Pe^ 
Moore of N(»*folk are spending 
several t^ries ^ting their grand- 
mMher, Mns. M^o^aret C. Moore 
at her h(»ie on Cavdto Ddw. 



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Mr. and *Mrs. E. A. Lan^me 
are Spending this vreek at Fann- 
ington Courtry Club near CSiar- 
lotlesville. 



Mrs. H. Watson Murray of Los 
Angeles, Calif., is ^Kndii^ two 
w^ks visiting her nuitiier, Mrs. 
J. Tyler mils and Mr. ^is on 
53rd St. 



Dr. md Mre. Blair M. Webb 
and then- chikfaen, Btair Jr., Amie 
and Mary Rtwcos of Bethesda, 
Md. will arrive Friday ito spend 
two/weeis «^h flirs. Weljb's par- 
ent, Mr. aiKl Mrs. Paul W. AcWk 
at their home on HoHy Ro«i. Dr. 
WeM) will rebinr to fieitoeida 
atfter ttiis ««dcesid. 



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Capt. and Mrs. Qiari^ A. Beflis 
and family, who teve been living 
in ^S^vport, R. 1, tave moved to 
the b^h and are resklh^ on 
W. 5&d St. . 



Mrs. Raymond Long, ID, aiMl 
her three daughter, <rf Batavia, 
N. Y. are j^>eiKlit^ mvf^ weeks 
visilk^ Mr. Long's paoente on 
Pii^vmod fl<»d. Mn. Long will 
aiao visit rel^tti^^ hi fforfdk be> 
fore retumij^ to New York. 



Mr. and Mra. R. B. Cak)fce of 

BaltioMre ai% spending fMs iraek 
at the Princess Anne Country 
Club. 



■Mra. Charles T. Rose and ter 
three duldroi of RuAsmmd, 
spent last weekend witit 1^. 
Rose's i^ients, iMr. wA OArs. R. 6. 
I^ytor ^ t!iek- home Jn Cavalter 
Park. 



Mr. Mid Mrs. Tazewril T. Hub- 
ard, Jr., and their chikb?a:i, Twe- 
well Hubard, HI, and Mi^ Sally 
Hubard of .N<»folk haw anaved 
to ^imI tiie lenainder <^ the 
sunmMr si th^ co^^ <m ^ul 
St. 



Misses Beverly BeU and Linda 
IkAm of Virginu B^ch, and 
l^ephen Doles of Zuni, Tuginia, 
salted on IHiesday fw a six-weelos 
tour of ikirope. 



\A. Col. and Mrs. H. S. Myers 
and children, Sammy imd Swrtt, 
fom^-ly of Atwater, ^dif. and 
now of Montgoiwry, Ala., are vis- 
iting his mother, Mrs. I^wise My- 
ers, at her home in tfie Maytower 
Apartments. Lt. Col. l#ers was 
recently transferred to the ^aff 
College in Montgomery. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH 

T(MDAY% "PLUID FEaWMS* 

No k»|^ do^ hair bam to bubbk aU over with oirls and 
fwkis! Now ymi oaa fatve Huft nwtuml. emad kxk you kyve. SMf 
4ie ti^l^m ini^mam see tte mMUimeas m newiwbtth y coMnst. 
It can btt yaws! A MW, Awtow msmik. bas tmt idoved ioto our 
^n^«at-wMliv ih p Miin e nt wMi a IwilMfed sottaess tfaai waves 
j^ stays. , 

STYLISTS 

MRS. Am^wmm mri. temiy mi^ wsb$ 
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Miss Noms 
Is Bride Of 
Mr. Kelleher 

WRGffOA BEAOH— The mar- 
mm of Miss Diana Ray Norris 
1^ Dermod Thomas KelMier 
MA place Saturday at 3 p.in. In 
Ster of 'the Sea Catholic Church. 
Tbe Rev. Paul T. Gau^an per- 
formed te eamMoy. 

TlM teUe is te <tou^ita- «f 
Mm. Aofhtrw UcMI^ J^ruig oi 
Vk^Ma B&^ ami Williaitt 
Franklin Noms ol &ottodate, 
AruL K^ Md^^ncm is ttie son 
of Mr. and Ifai iptaus J. l^e- 
her <rf W^her^eld, Coiui. 

. Anitvw MelviUe fiwi^ gave 
the teMe in marriafs. Miss J^rry 
A. Krttr. of Miami brings, Fla., 
WM flwM of boiior. Mrs. ftould 
H. im» of Philadai|>hU was ma- 
tron of iKMior. MiMea Beth Swing 
and Cbttyl Our^m wne biMea- 

The im^0mm^» teoMr, Nefl: 
KdMm- of WettevrtWI. was 
b^ nm. GroMnmea wwe $Uxk 
Kdleter, also a tootbsr of the 
bridegroom of W^hsr^Md, 
Ouries W. Be^ Jr. ^ f^vMk 
mA Jota T. AtUiMon. 

A r^e^M w» theU lA Urn 
Off ions' CAib, OoMna t^nH Air 
SiiAioa. Aibn- a ii«4^ ^P to 
Seottsdtf^ the eoepe wiU ttw m 
Aftuf^r^^, N. M. 

Vdws Exchai^^ 

VmsmUk ^AOl-The mar- 
ria^ of Miss Ctery Marie Hall 
to WilUain W^on Co^ took 
t^Kx &rtuiiday rt 4 pjn. in "nulla 
MeUiodiA Oiurch. 'Out Rev. Wil- 
I^n L. .^her performed the oer- 
enxn^. 

The bride is tte dauber of 
p-. and Mh^ Willum 3mm Hall 
Jr. The inral^ooBi ai a ami of 
Mr. and Mis. Gus G&xtgt C<^is 
of l^torfott;. 

Mr. Hatt gave bin ^mfi^et m 
nurria^. Mas CM^otoe Ann 
^fim^ of NorfoUc v/m vmd of 
bonoT. KictonaMte wwe Mteses 
Limta Newsonae of Ak^kie, N.C., 
and Jo ^m Pe^K. 

GeOTge Hobott CostlSi ioxAher 
at the biMegrocm, was bert ami. 
(^oomsmm wwe llioinM Scott, 
John Pollard ami Robert Poaod, 
aU <tf Norfolk, a«l Jotm WiUiwn 
Hall, the fafMe's twin brotto*. 

After a re<^^D in t^ tape's 
home, 9212 "^ginhis Dr.. tiie 
co^^kB left on a we(Mli^ trip to 
tiM &noky Mountakis. Ib^ will 
Iwe in ^ TattK^ Ptsic Apart- 
ments, 7214 Newpwt Ave., Nor- 
folk. 

Mi^. Davenport 
Attends Aiinual 
Pilgrimage 

VmiQWU BEACH-Mra. C^- 
erine Davenport of Virginia 
BesKh, atteiMted 4te smwi pfl- 
grima^ of Stanley Ifome Prod- 
iM!te, Inc., We^^ M^s., Ct^ 
I»^ week akmg with approxi- 
mately 500 otiwr indep^ideiil 
Sta^y d^iem and nrasven 
tfom the NoitiK%iidzal Re^<m. 

She s^pent ttuee days at sates 
CMlferencec, i^omng of new aiKl 
hnprov^ ffl»dianditti^ ideas 
from top Stoley executives, ki- 
ciuding Mr. A. W. ISzOTnan, Vice 
Pr^Ktetttand General Sa^ Mm- 
ager. 

Mrs. DavMiport is sn indepeni- 
ent SissAey <tea]er in the Norfott: 



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Caiief M^ Mrs. Dcmald C. Vonada of 704 Eu^wmw PIk«, 
Norfolk, announce die engagement ol their ^u^^, Miss 
Bubva Jo Ann Vonaite, to David Hiram Puacm, Km d Mr. 
and Mrs. Finley I. Pax^m of Virginia ISeadi. Miw Vi^ada at- 
tended Oceana Hi||i Sdwol. He » f«semly employi^ by Fcwd 
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at Vn^Ma iMch 
mA Rewi Na^ • Tan CNb • Cmm0n 
Beach W* • SiHn Qgs # SmM MMi 
VMii«1Mte ttTiAi^MM • Sea ft* 

n.iNTY OF mm ftmmQ at mhisntm^ 



Miss Robinson* 
Mr. Davila Wed 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Miss Kyte 
Robinson became the iuride of 
Michel Anthony Davila of Aus- 
tin, Tex., Saturday at 6 fm. in 
tl% iKNoe of ber couahis, Wc. and 
Mrs. Tboom Jefferson Crooks 
Jr., in Alanton. TTie Rev. Henry 
Morgan of Firrt ReAyterian 
Church performed tl^ txremoi^. 

The. Mde- tf the dauf^Mr of 
Mk. rad Mrs. Heib^ George 
Robnsot (rf MaTritasset, N. Y., 
formarly of Norfolk. The bride- 
groom is tl» Sim of !Mr. and Mrs. 
Raf^ Ronum Oevfla of Houstem, 
Tec. 

Mr. Rdbihson gave Ms (but- 
ter in marriage. Birs. John ICdb^ 
Moore of Fayettevllle, N. C, was 
matron of hoiwr. Bridesnnids 
were Mrs. Bmw Harvey Medd of 
New York City, Mrs. Jeffery Wki- 
apt ClaK> of Port WasMnglon, 
N. Y., ai^ 9^. James liirton 
Harrell IH oi Norfolk. 

Dr. Kenneth Faust was bert 
man. G»xm»nen were John 
ttwringtA of Newport, R. I., 
Mi^tee Ly^h ol B(Mlim, Maas. 
sad George Robimwi, bralii^ of 
tile bride of M«]3tt»set. 

A lecepttoi was held in the 
Crook'e Iuok. After a we<hit% 
Mp t<WBmg Ifexioo, the &w^ 
wiQ live in Au^n. 

Parties Honor 
Engaged Couple 

mm Qizab^ Rod»r Soi^^- 
kmd and MichMl C. Codk^y 
whose cnarrk^ will t^ fteee 
Iwre tins &tun(l^ have been 
lK»(a«d at sevend parties smee 
tteu* tti:wal £rom bUmbul. 

Lt. and Mis. Mk^ael Rie^r- 
mm ent^ti^^ Ite^ay in faMKff 
of ^Miss SoirtherlaKl «id Mr. Cor- 
(to^y ait a cook-wt i^ th«r 
home at IHasA<^W«sds. 

Miss Soutb&land's awrt, Wcs. 
Ifenry Luhring ami Mr. Lubrmg 
eiMertaix^ recent at a <UiuKr 
party at their tone ak Ibii^ C^ 
Point in Nonfolk. ' / 

Mr. and Abu, WtwimWi. Cren- 
tew ^ Nortift es^^ed 1^ a 
(taM| f«ty is bMcr «f Ifr. 
Ch«ii^Mi^8 nase maA f^. Qae* 




3-lN-OlirOIL 

Oils Everything 
Prevents Rvst 

lUKM.wi tnunr-ttiCTM mtm 



Engagements 

ttlHTH-4IARRIS 

SWIAN QUiWmi, N. C.-4Ir. 
mid Mrs. Leonard Snkh an- 
liwince tl» ei^gai»irt of ttieir 
dau^ter. Miss Qikm Jean ^mlh 
of Virginia &a^, to Wito Le;^ 
land Harris of Nor&itt. 

:&b-s Harris u the s(m of Mrs. 
Tl^ooa G. itorris awl tl% Jaite 
Jable Hanrle Sr, 

A tote »uuner w^U^ is 
planned. 



BARTH-^AUEN 

VIRGINU VmhCR — Ifr. and, 
Ito. W. E. Baitoe of Trw^POoCiv 
a»«ince t)w - ei^j^ammA td'kt^ 
thdr daughter. Miss Linda %d^^ 
&rtM, to m^^uA m^J^^f,. M,,., 

"Mr, ^ni is^ «m of Mr. «id 
Mn. John R. Aam. 

Mi% Baitee te a gndiMle of " 
PriiKe^ Ai^ High SdMd. 

Mr. Allen iMetthd Vtai^nia < 
BMCh H^ Sdw<A. Ife Is em- 
piki^ ^ DuVai and l^i^ie &x« ' 
temrinrtoiv. 



PARKER-auOOm 

vmoeinA WACH —Mr. and 
Mis. wnUam C. I^k^ siHKNince 
tbe enpfemenl of tiieir dwgh* 
ter, Mte VsOa Q«4 f^tfter, t<^' 
Jtitt WifflMn fti^l^ QS^ of^ 
I^^n, Ohio. I 

Mr. ftigden is Uw am ol the 
late Mr. and Mis. WilliMi Hoia^ 
Bttg<ten of Dayton. 

Wm ^ftffter attended fttoeaas 
Aime Hi^ &hod. 

llie wecMing wfl Me pia<» 
Au^iA 17 in KaiqievUle Bi^pttt 

ROMNStM— MIEiMAN 

VRGDRA BEACH — Mr. awl 
Mrs. Elwood by 'RrtrinisQ ui- 
nnu^ Oe en^^an^m fd tlMir 
dffl^(ta^ Miss Aine KiQr iRobin- 
sm to C^ald Lee f^^enui. 

Mr. freman is tiie sm ef Ifr. 
awl Abs. ^Kte O. Freefna». 

IQn tigMofm is a i^tdti^ ol 
ftin^H iam il^ BOuxA md 
is 0001^^ Iss tiie J^tinA Vir- 

Mr. ft«en»n gradu^ trogi 
Prints A!u% Hi^ Scbool awi 
is mmsAik te^i at C^eida. 

'Aw wadMig ^^» W¥» 
A^Ht m to liteflatfi M^w- 



Per^ml A^ntion 



Ifetf^i, GeniMIe and 
Travis f^wA, Amgbtes d Mr. 
md Mm. GeMip *. ^mm, Jr. 
wi ^m^Big mt wek wflh ^ir 
tfwte^M', mn. AUee ^m af 

N.C. --V ^ 



MADAM MABGO 
GIFTED PALMIST haA LIFE 
RtADRB teib FmL PMMrt mi 

Faaw. 

Wm gire 7M advice. 




■Md iwfc. ud 
wmA. If fan are a vie* 

Nn of avN wnwitoi 
win Mp ywi mIv* 

Na« to b« 



Dtfy aad 
iMom t nllw Nnfth al fec^ 

fand, Va. State k County Lkoncd. 

• UMMEK aiVKCIAL NEAOINSa-ai 
CALL 4S4-142! 



^. Claud P> Browntey has 
visiting her at her borne on 46tb 
St., ber sons aed their £«Miiesy 
Mr. and Mn. TmMm L. Biewn- 
ley awl their two children of . 
Petersburg and ^Hx. and Mrs. " 
Caaud P, firownley, Jr.. and their 
two daughters of Tulsa, Okla. 



Mrs. Ann Harvey of -Los Ance- 
les, Calif., is visiting her son and 
daughter-in-law. Lt. and Mrs. 
Francis Harris Cohan ait their 
bgooe at J^iaibavaQ Coloi^. 



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^■H 



Wtum Aupst reBs around 
rtan to join your fr^ris rt Ai 
Norfolk ViWA. iJKto^ dw^ 
mm tetag ^tduM f w all girts 
between the ips ^ 8 «ad 18 
^an. Any young mi» t»tw®n 
1 1^ 12 yttn can attend classM 
•very T^^ay in Auguit from 
10 a.ni. to 4 p.m. Sie can sclert 
from Art, BaH^ CSiarm, Crafts, 
Btetu a^ Fint Aid. I^^sn't it 
wund like %n? Fw the teenage 
mils classM wiU be held <m 
W^ne^yi awl wiH include 
Oiok^ mi Nubiticm, Knitting 
Oarm, D^«ating, Sewing, 
Bridge, and First AU. 

I^b girt wiH bring her own 
lunch; and the **¥'* wHl provi^ 
a drink, l&peciall^ exciting wiU 
be die "Special Events^ A0 
ioiVom ham. Included will m 
Movtes, Field Trif» and «>me in- 
t^^Mti^ speakers. 

Re^san^m wHl be Item July 
29 mmM Av4^ 1, 10-12 
noon, ana 2-4 p,m. As a speck) 
nfi^v^m attraction Sbiyder's 
wu preiwnt **Fffihbns for the 
MlMes" July 30 at 11 a.m. A 
xm tc take girls to ttw FtMxm 
Slow will be provid^ \^ die 
YWCA and wUl leave the "T' 
Office, 303 30di St., at 10 a.m. 

Tlie cost for the fcwr ftill day 
of classM is only $8.00 plus the 
75c YWCA mraiAenhip fee. 
Hiere tt «lso a^specM ^mily 
rate! A^T the fir^ girl in the 
famUy has paid Ae $8.0p, the 
ne(^ gM Mys <mly $5.00, anc^ 
the'Aira gin In die family com^ 
Free rtf Oiarge. If there is 
enou^ iiM^^t in the prc^am 
fnmt wittyl!^ areas, transportti- 
tkm will be 0rovi<fed at a small 
tKUitbnal dmrge, fnxn die 
Anlea Gu-den School area, 
Wards CcHwr ar», and Virginkt 
Bea^ Bo«»^ ar^. 

So, ^ aU your Meads about 
CMr ^mm. Voa cm p^ a bro- 
chure witti (xnniri^e lm(»matioa, 
by tele«^x»Mng die Norfolk 
VWCA, MA 2-6521 or the Vir- 

JttBNBeadi "Y" Offwe, 428- 
^ Et: ___ 

Aoc(»db% to the Social S?- 
curit^ A^C^tratkM, yen slwuld 
keep fe(»»ds oi the wages paid 
to your hcNU^K^ help, Y(xi sue 
reauirol to sutaiit a record to 
Uie Director of Internal Revenue 
v^en you pay tousehold help 
$50 CMh or n»ce in a 3 mcmth 

Eriod. Yfl«r socid security or 
temal Revenue crffice can ^o- 
vi^ you witt nK»e informatioB. 



Birchwo(d Club Holds Picnic 




Pictured at the Biicfawood Garden Club's wmual picnic are: 
Upper row: left to right; Mrs. E. B. Raunser, Mrs. H. W. Nis- 
wander, Mra. Allan F. Hitt, Jr and Mrs, H. W. Leamard. Se^ed, 
Ml to right! Mrs: Paul L. O^^al^, Jr., and Mrs. Gerald Kil- 
jwtrfck. (Tippo PM») 



fUNT SITE DEPENDS 
ON FOUR BASIC POINTS 




WASHING'PON — m«A do^ 
modem induitiy wairt wImo k 
]rida a new plant i^? 

Thb m^i^Met: four basic 'recpiire- 
nwito-4oeatioa near a highway, 
an abundant labor suppfy, good 
land and proximily to madbets. 

In thu OTder— W^way fffoxiio- 
ity, lirix>r, land and markets — 
tb^ were ^ plant Ivai^m. ftc- 
tors nuntkH^ most frei^ientiy 
l^ 1,M3 plai^ of all types and 
si2^ cooperating In a two-y«ur 
new ^Uffit ^oc^tKHi sibidy by ti» 
Eockwdl - ^aralaid Corpoiaiion, 
ol Cora<^lis, Pa., and 4te ATA 
F<mndaAion. fli^ii^ were re- 
leased todt^. 

Ihe stikb^ explm^, and sirt>- 
jeeted to iii^Buren^ift, ttw latest 
^eaSA in idairt location to pro- 
duce a li^ul badi^^MiiKi with 
which truckii^ exeoitiv^ ai^ 
truckii^ a^aciatl<nu can be of 
maxtoMn a^ to indusUy and 
OMoranUy plannns in fdant to- 
eattm ^tociaicms. 

AlteJH^ the pliort location 
iltieiiyinftb« witf ari imiKntoA 
jart of the rtudy, it was preceded 
by t^fflrive reaeurch wUdi dis- 
ctoaed iK^}Mi<m growing and 
movinf m never ibefore, dnunatic 
tochnd^cal aiKi <^3^c devd- 
<3|xneMs in i^t d^gn, and 
m<n« geographic orientations of 
plante to tiielr markets. 

TTw <|uestionnaire drew reidi^ 
.£ri»n more titan 36 per ceirt of 
1i» 4,000 mmuftKAuring plants, 
distrfcrtton centera, ahd research 
uid developmeM facilities to 
which 't was malted. 

Replies canw from a wide 
CTissHSection of industry, includ- 
ing some of the country's largest 
chemical, electrical equiiwnent, 
maehineiy and drug fim^ and 
tta^B^ to. analler plants toning 
out precision tools or w(»xwn'Sj 
dresses. ' 



. No. «7S. Bfffr l«h 

r^.^^^, A MS^-MMfc dtmt* wHh AM 

Mmw riM *M« M loWr Md r<K*- 
h% Umm A* drwi to wf m M« 
Urn. !»• |mf«# pttMm 1m a thttr. 

No. nr$ (MM to iitM wh, u>/u 

M%, »«»A* »'A* 22«A, 34>A. Sim 

4^ }MMfc4rfS9-<lMh.. 

»4 Bt^ l>tao ItoMrf to w«4 to 0«^«f 
^nHr *«w far *• •'^ *^- '»*••« 
.„, md ffvM *• ku^tm^loM to Mk- J 
tof rimtt Ami « «eii^ to 2 jwor«. ' 
0m W>i<hwwt Catotof »»Mmlmt » 
tar t^Mt§v»p*0m> frM to 



^ 






poNwn fo^ & far 

, J far *rt diw iwrfliii» airf 

n* fcr Mrib^^M far ir* dwt •»«• 
t^l^ai iU«MV UNf SWiAU, S^ l«<^ 

ifavr«f*i,N.r. 



A few high^ite from survey 
lindings: 

In addttton to the highway, la- 
bor, told ioid osfflE^ factoid 
whi^ rtfkked Ifait to fourth in 
frecpiency-of-mention, <rther fac- 
tors lined up as ifdlows: 5-^rvail- 
taflity ol rail service; S-^tvafla- 
bfltty of raw materials; 7— favor- 
able state jmd local ^tx ataicture; 
S—favorabte leasing • finaricing; 
9— abundant water supply; lO— 
proximo to rented indiurtiy; 
11— exMenee of buiMli^ at «te; 
12— commui^ty's cuttmaft-recrea- 
tional asself ; , IS— nearby wca- 
tkmal trainii^ facilities. 

F«Aora 6 through 11 wwe wry 
important in some imtoices but 
varied from industry to indurfiy 
^nMte tiie importaiKe of <he first 
f<Hir fMTtore — highways, liAior, 
land and markete— remained con- 
si^i^y high (throughout most of 
the re^jMnse group. 
' .TTie fa-end in location mu 
sbXMi^y out«^urd from cU^ to 
adniibs «»1 audi tawx» aod ms- 
d m»A. Veiy few repealled nwv« 
in the oth^ direction.. 

Nearly half of iflte firms repeat- 
ed uang truck txant^xat fmr 90 
per <»nt or nwre of all inbound 
aiMl outbound freight; M per ceM 
received 90 per cent or more of 
aU inbound freight by tracks sscA 
67 per cent sh^>ed 90 per cent 
Gs more of cmtbound frei^ by 

The study, believed to be the 
nKWBt intensive ol Ms ktod ever 
conducted, was irade possible by 
Rocfewell-^amtord, manufacturer 
of truck components and oflier 
industrial products through a 
grant to the ATA foundation, ttie 
public informatbHi, educational 
and research organizMion for sup- 
plier ^cooperation with the truck- 
ing |idustry. R was made by 
ATA's J)epartment of Ba^arch 



Wo^ans Club Aids Hospital 




Mrs. Arttiur James wesident of die Cape Henry W<Mnan's 
CMi, prraerts check for $1,000 to W. Earl Wiffls, administratOT, 
General Hospital of Virgima Beach. About $400,000 of the 
$5(X),000 ^ has l»en readied. (Baldwin Photo) 




ADMBtAL %tmmk mmm corp. 



AGBm fm iNSiL m)THiK, inc. 



4in4^p 



ma AM AKiur nwAGns 



He Will Tab Ne' For Ai hmm 



ire.D.siiiiiii 




ms WEEK'S urrrtB: "I met 

a ttOaw iboat fiva n^ntts ago. 
tie is very nice. I talk wltt him 
ab^it mce eg twice a iMdE in 
ihe bus statitm. HiU f^nr Skm 
me vetf maoh and has adnd me 
for a (tate a nflU<»i times. Be a^ 
UM me tiiat I was a ain fomg 
^l asl one daj^ he evM taM ■• 
thatte waslooldjig at some eccaf^- 
ment ringi for me. I cb m}t w«Dt 
ttaa fellow for a boyfriend sod I 



have Unt^ tills to him, bat he 
will ocA take Mm hdat. I ^ aot lite 
to hurt peojpirs ieeUifs and he 
will bM ae^;^ "no" te an an- 
nmt. What is jmir wa««BaBt" 
OUm BEPLT: Thii fellow Mwads 
too (dd— «i^ too s«rimii for a teea- 
ag«r. If ywi dcm't want iura Ua a 
boyMttid, tdl him so and don't 
wi^ a^ tbiie about it. Bnting 
A>esa't grt dw Jc^ drae. He wffl 
accept "do" tint an amwcr tt jou 



sajr llaad awaa tt. 

Mai^ ef « A> apt Kte to 1i«rt 
MMfliNniAk tMOBV** bot^lirs laef 

It, aWMlitaMl It Is BMWMMir. B 

am hMflfiiliiil is vm^mak. M he 
di>eM*t nstmi wliin mMo^ t^ 
Urn seiMliiiNt to a iiMe flUBBfr. 
to nwBr bas m eiSMMarattnii lor 

Utmf lUs weny too mu^ 
abeMt hnr^ mmm tMem't ieai- 
li^ mbm i^ twB dmm a re- 
faeA for a dato. TUi li ml aeces- 
saxy. S^M b(^ Mik «fV«ry gbA 
dwyntoetfarada t e and ttepw*- 
ee^age sf '*ao*»" ras •'mrf hw^ 
B^«ve H or not, bors get used to 
it 'ibnr git to ttto p^t where 
ttMf don't give II a aeennd ttiwght 

no ^A iHto ^MS mi with a 
bojr Qo^ beeattse ^ do«Bi't want 
to hut kto ieiHi«a Isn't doiu Um 
--or hifself anr favors. Sk» is 
OB^ staztbig a trIeiMWito Itet abo 
kaowe vffi not last. 

it r— ten • traiMMi* twM« w r«« 
wmmi tf Ma*«M. •» »• flMftvAUsM 
t« »•<•, AeettM ytetUtUf t* 



WAof UHh Glrh Arehlnde Of.' 




BE SURE YOU 




STORE YOUR 
Winter Clothes 

NOW! 



Silriles 'n happliua^ everything nice— that's what kttio 
idrls like Claudia are mide <^! 

Her BcUve, growing body fah-ly begs for milk every d^. 
Pediatiiciana tell us that the safest most nouri^in| form ol 
milk tor babies and growing children is evaporated mi^ It 
contains plenty of calcium for sound teeth and stnmg bones. 
And there's the protein, the phMphorus and the extra Vitamin 
D that evaporated milk provides so generously. 

Carnation Company, who pioneered the use of evajwrated 
milk for infant feeding by using the highest quality standards 
p<»sible, has created a spectacular new label for both large 
and small cans. In attractive full color, the labels' feature new 
recipes illustrating the many uses fw evaporated milk. 

Carnation evaporated milk has so many advantages— it's 
sterUe. easier to digest lees likely to caui» allergy, besides 
being in«qp»isive and easy to tiorel 



and Transport Economi<s. 

Complete findings wUl be pub- 
lished »>on in the study report, 
"HIGHWAY AND NEW H^HDUS- 
TRY-^ STUDY OF CHANGING 
PATTBRiNS m PLANT LOCA- 
TION." 



Teleph<me your social security 
office b^ore you ap^rty for your 
social security retiraneirt bene- 
fite. You can help speed your 
first check by finding «mt what 
proofs you may need to bring 
with you. It's always oest to in- 
quire befcwe you retire. 



J 



SALE 

SUAAMBR COnON DRESSES 
34 Pes. Values $17.95 to $70.00 - 

20^0 off 

GROUP OF COCKTAIL & STREET DRESSES 
43 Pes- Values $35 to $135 

NOW 

$10.00 to $65.00 

ALL SUA^ER HATS 
% PRICE AND LESS 

FI.Oi?ENCil«lf 

VUjJUm 



307 LaAm Rd., Vkg^ B^ch 




Virginia Bot^ SUN-NEWS, Thursday, July ia, 1^3 

Pag« 9-A 




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SHOF»S FOR THE LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

Complete summer wardfifbe for all ages from 
swimmmg to dancing in the moonlight. A preview 
of Transitional and fall fashions. 

OPB4 MONDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS TDL f PJI. 

jsssatssammmimmmmmssBsssaBsssas^=s==s====ss=ss^^==ssss= 



Pui 31 ai Sl CttoMfs 



M(Mt Beaaonabb CleuMCB 

OppoaM* Cplofiial Slera, 
31st SI.-PIIOIM 6A*8-1»01 



BOATING - BATHING - SAIUNG ^ FBHING 
At Ymt (hri Doorstep 




BAYAONT LOTS AT SANDMtlDGi 

Wooded Waterfront Sites Ahnost an Aa% m Sin 
-^WMun 2 Blocks di the Adan^ Oaem 

• N« Down PayiiMnt • Low Monthly Paymanlt 

DIKEClHIMft Go to KeapsviHe, then to PsiriocM ^ne OoiiiAaiiie. 
ant tum left TInb 21 milea to dMiroh and tarn li^ dien I mile to 
aHMfertdci l«»d and torn left, i^knv Saadt)ciiiB» Road to etx»l 
4 01^ to Shm^rid^. Ail deuljr snef ked big^tway sigm aioag die way. 

KaUer Rea^ Co., Realtors 

For iBfoiMalioa CaU MA 5-7S96 



Tha Best AAoblla Noma Buys are in Classifiadl Chack Ne¥vl 




Cash leairra no trail! 

Bolwto)^ pay lib wftbiilieclc^ your die^ 
book levwb - on &e iti^ «* predMly lAero 

f)ar OQB^lete recxxd^ |iltli llrse-avfiig coQvoi- 
cgflnBchwtegacgojiiQtberBl 



Amortg the complete banking services we offer are: 

• Checlrii^ ^^wooats • Christmas Club 

• Safe Dcfosft Bom • Savii^ AcoMints 

• Ni^t Dqnsitory • Loans 

THEBANKOF 
VIRGINIA BEACH 

7 o^ian 

Pacific Avenue at Laskin Road Naval Air Stattcm - OcMna 

1 W2 Atlamic Avenue USFAAWTC - Dam Neck 

3333 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Princess Anne Plaza 

2208 WalarworJa Road at Robbins Comer 

4920 Virginia Beach tlvd. at Aragona Village 

MeMDW PMWfal Deposn nMMWMe CoffpoiaAion 
Opeo Mowiqr *roi^ Friday, 9 AJC la 1 P JC^-Friday aftecnoaa . 4 to 7 PJC 






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W^n\a fcwdi MJN-NEWS, Thursday, Ju^ 18, 1963 



rm VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 

fti l iBwh i d TiM«lays Md Hiundai^ by Th* BmcH Publl4A«|i t mptn t km 





vW^plfWl MKMn^ VIV^PnlM 


ALftM Jt KMILHSS .- 
RUAY JiMI MILLIPS 


ViM.Pni>MMt . SmmwI MMafar 






Utmti « twoat dia aatta 


r !■ the pmN •fOcc ia Viniiita Beach, Va^ naiw Ikt act al Maai^ $, 1^9 


VnUa d^^-IM* 9«r «MM 


SrtKilptlaii n««i by BMfl 



iMItmiAOY SmyCNM) 



Open and Shut Case 



The B<x>neviJie Power Administration In do that, it will save fhe nation's taxpayers 
the Pacific Northwest has a surplus of $200 million, crtate new tax revenues of 
electric power. California, which has grave $275 million over « 50-year period for one 



water problems, n^jds power. So a plari 
has been devised where Bonneville power 
will be transmitted to that state. 

The remaining question is who will 
build transmission lines south of the 



line (double for two), and provide other 
important public benefits. 

This is ar» op«i and shut cast. A trans- 
mission line doesn't produce flood control, 
land reclamation, recreation, or other such 



Oregon border. They will be built either side benefits. It carries power, and that's 

by the ^ovwfw^ent, or by the California all. 

Power Pool, a creation of the four major The underlying question Is simply this: 

Caliiw'nia private utilittas. What conc«Nvable exc<^» <an itiere be for 

SpDkesmen for this pool strongly oppose splurging t»x nxmey on commercial pro- 

multimilllon dollar i^pitj'iEyiatlons for jects when sislf-sustdfiing, taxpaying pri- 

fw^«l transmission lin^. They powt out vat© enterp«-ise will <fo ^ ^jb— and, in aH 

that the Pool is ready to build all necessary probability, do it m&re •eofiomically and 

fwilities. And, If the Pool is authorized to efficiently? 

. ' pi ' ■ ■■ ■ ' • * — , *il . — . L ' ■ ' • '* ' ■ 1 ■■ ' >*> ' N*- ' ' -•— ■* — 

,4 ■ ' 

Jurt A Fair Chance 

VWiting In the New York Times, Rdbert ©nee m\^st come out of his pocket, if It is 

Mmtz said: "The Treasury Is cx^siderlng a to come from anywh®-©. If not^ he must 

n©w tax st^ deslgrwd to make Unit^ continue to use old and more or less d> 

Statei industry more competitive with that solet^ equipment which cuts the ground 

of Western Europe. The plan is to ifwease out'^wn under his ability to compete with 

depreciation albwanoBs to compensate for aggressive European producers whose 
the rise m replacement cc»ts caused by jr»- 
flatlon." 



Ur»d«* ^cretary of the Treasury Fowler 
has '^ssMd ttw urgency of such a s^. 
Sup|ose a pie^ of equipment cost a man 
$lO|(Wp H^«»ag6. He hlsib^n de- 
preciating it at that $10,000 rate, arKl at 
the end erf the 20 years has that mucAi on 
hand to buy the needed replacement- But 
in instance after instance the replacemnent 
may cost $40,D(X) of even more. The differ- 



a>untries, in most insta^c^^ foiiew much 
more liberal and farsighted da^eciation 
policies. 

This is a bread-and-buttar nf«tl«' affect- 
ing, one way or another^ aW tha millions 
who yyan!' tp jflrtipl .their fj^'^^tt a new 
)d6, or k bfe#er j6fcf - 'iMi|ii^pb great 
numbers of youngsters wh& if^ the labor 
market each year. AmeftaW Industry 
doesn't ask any governmental favors In its 
efforts to compete in the world markets. 
It just asks a fair chance. 



fos^itial Counterbalance 

Due to a variety of forces, in recent years eight-tenths of a billion barrels of oil in 
there has been a heavy decline in the search that year, and the price erf gasdine, before 
for new oil and gas reserves. Any adverse taxes, was 20.9. cents a gallon. It took the 



change In tax pollcl©s wouW Inevitably ac- 
celerat© this decline and threaten the ade- 
quacy of future supplies. That must be 
avoided at all, «jsts. 

Percentage depletion, whidi amounts to 
a 27J/2 per cent allowance against federal 
income taxes fw oil producers— and pro- 
ducsis only, rrat reftr^rs, shippws or other 
elements within the industry — has been 
approved again by vote of a House com- 
mittee. It has been attacked In Congr^s 
after Congress. It is often describe as a 
tax windfall and tax aN«>ldan<:^. So a bit 
of factual histcx"y as to what it has helped 
to do In a world In which oil Is not only 
vital to^ every industrial nation, but has 
income a principal weapon in the reten^ 
less cold war, is in order. 

Percentage depl^wn was written into 
our tax laws in 1926. Then we had 8 bil- 
lion barrels of oil reserve we produced 



avwag© worter one hour to earn the 
money to buy 2-6 gallons of It. 

What was the picture 36 years later. In 
1 962? It was hardly recognizable. We had 
38 billion barrels of oil reserves, and pro- 
duced 3 billion barrels of oil during tfie 
year. The price of gasoline, before taxes, 
was less tl^n in 1926—20.4 cents a gallon. 
And the earntr>gs from an hour's work 
would buy more than four times as much 
of it— 11.7 gallons. 

Percentage depletion did not do all this, 
of cxHjrse. AAany factors played their roles 
In this remarkable industrial drama. But it 
played a lading part, as a counterbalance 
for the inescap^le fact that searching for 
oil is an exc^K^gly risky business. In 
which the dry aiKl usel©^ wells outnumber 
the productive cxies by a wide margin, fn 
this situation a fair profit inducement must 
be offered if men are to take the long 
chances. 



Blood Donor 
Appeal Aired 

&ire, fbtee an days ^i^d, 
to please Ac lazy, . . . Bi« they 
are draigiwd alk) to hiire the 
ruleless — and luU the careless. 
Accidents DO HAPPEN!! The 
awful reality of sudden illness. 
Cwrective Mtrgery — des^M^ to 
give VSe to pe^te trapped by 
Ate 1^ life oi witness. All 
ttesfr-J«iED BLOOD. . . . And 
to fid these needs we mu:^ have 
BLOOD DONORS. 

Blbod doiMvs who are will- 
ing to give an hour oi their time 
and « pint of their Uood. The 
vKtim df the carel^ wxident 
nv^ to return to his fvnily well 
and whole. A child given a fuM 
M« throu^ the u^ of open 
heart sur^ry. Summer ctemands 
on blood supplies are very heavy. 
Without these wilHng donors we 
(X>uld not fill die blood needs of 
Tidewater residents. 

Virginia Beach is f«rt of the 
Tidewater Regional Blood Pro- 
gram of TTie American Red 
Cross. Trough diis program of 
volunteer donors we are able to 
fill all the blood needs of Virginia 
Beach r^idems bcMh her6 in the 
Tidewater awa tuid in hm^t^ 
in other f«rts of the country. 
FREE! You can ck> your part Vy 
being a blood donor — prtrtwa 
yourself — protect your loved 
onesl 

The American R^ . Cross 
Bloodmobile will visit ViiBiaia 
Beach Fricby— July 19thi Tlie 
plM^e: TTks Alan B. Shepard 
Civic Center — 1^ and Atlantic. 
The hwirs 12 Noc«-6:{X) p.m. 

All dcmors wiB be presented 
with frw tickcte to FRONTIER 
CITY & FREEDOM 7 DRAG- 
WAY. 

Reonember — Interest and 
Div^ends may weH mean LIFE 
INSURANCE when you DE- 
POSIT IN THE BLOOD BANK. 

^larehoiders 
Favor Merger 

NOMKMJC — a»arei»kter ap- 
proval fOT oiei^r with Vii^inia 
Natioml Bank came at me^ings 
heM today ^ NatkH»l Baidc of 
Suffcrtk and Fanners Exdiang^ 
Bank of Abingdon and iBristol, 
Vir^nia. A simjkr deciawi was 
rraidered toy Var^ua Nattaai 
Bank shareholdei^ here at tlK 
Norfolk Office. 

John S. Alfriend, ch^nnati of 
the board of Vir^ma l^^tkfflal 
Jack W. Numey, chainnaa and 
pi^ident of tiie &iH«lk Ismk, 
and Fred C. Buck, presideirt of 
the Abinfd«i in^tution, in mak- 
ing the amxMuioement, reveided 
that tl» shares voted in e«A 
hank were overwhelmingly af- 
firmative. This action now awaits 
approval ^ The Cwnptroller of 
The Currency. Upon completion 
of ^e nrergers, the capital ac- 
counts of the combined in^tu- 
tkns will ap{»-oach $30 million; 
the totM resource wHl be in ex- 
c^s of $366 million. T^iis 
tixev^eBS Virginia National's 
position as tiie smtoimI largest in- 
dependent bank in the state, and 
brings to a total of thirty-eight 
fhA nundier of offices tiuraugh 
which its customers will be 
Mrved acTMs Virginia. 



Funerals 

m%. CHRISTINi BARNiS 

PLEASAKf RDOE — Mrs. 
Chiistiiw nuttp &ams, wife oi 
Wmm h. iton^ Sr. add <tau^- 
ter «f Rev. I^Roy and Mrs. 9^ 
Carter ttmip, cted m h«- hoiM 
M FlHHBitf 9iige WmSa^ at edO 
pjn. 

A native of RtetaioiMl, lAe 
li^d in Plel^^nt Ridge IS yean 
and heffm tiM in Norfolk 20 
years. She "wm a Handier of Char- 
ity MeaMxii^ ClMn*. 

Geskles tm, huAand, she is 
survived ^ two afflas, Wilton L. 
Barnes Jr. of RJctenond and Q^t 
Norman L. Banies of ft Bragg, 
N. C; thTM si^rs, Ifrs. Lois 
Bowman of SylvMi B«ich, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Mrs. Thehna King 
of Richroood and Mrs. Lannie 
Mae Famham of Norfolk; three 
texjttars, LeRoy L. Phaup of 
Ashevffle, N. C, Trava T. Phaup 
of Norfolk and J. Garland Phaup 
of Wehmowi; and fiw grand- 
dau^ters. 

A funeral servi^ i^ras e(HM|ud- 
ed in Hollomon^rown Fur^ral 
Hon^ Wednesday at 11 a.m. by 
ttie Rev. W. A. Moon Jr. of Char- 
ity Methodist Ohur<;h. Burial was 
in Charts Methodic Church 
Cemetery. 

DAVID C. HOLLEY 

DIAMOND SPRDWS— Retired 
^fevy Chief Warrant Of fjcCT Dav- 
W Carlwle HoUey, 47, of 6921 
Od^ia ©rive, Damond Springs, 
died Sunday n^ in Portsmouth 
Naval Ho^ital. 

A wrtive of Aiken, S. C, he was 
me Iwabapd of tMrs. Mildred P. 
HoUey and a K>n of Mrs. Ftorine 
lU^des Holky and iite late Steve 
Holley. 

A ship's repair technician, he 
retired from tte Navy in 1962 
after 26 yeaK. He was a veteran 
of WorW War H and the Korean 
War. 

He livfd in this area 11 years. 
He was a member of Wesley Me- 
mwial Methodic Church, and of 
Dordwster Masonic Lod^ 369 of 
North Clarleston, S. a . 

B^l^ his widow and noother, 
airviving are three sons, David 
Cartisle Holley Jr., lonnie Steve 
Holley and BiUy Richard Holley 
(A Vu^nia Beach; four sisters, 
Mrs. Waftter OIBanion of Langley, 
S. C, awl Mrs. Wayne E\Aan^ 
Mrs. Elmer FrMikli% and Mrs. 
Mar^ Hatdier of Wiffrenvme, 
S.' C; aiKi two brotlwrs, Morgan 
Holley and Oliver Holtey of Ai- 
tea. 

T*e body was taken from Holl- 
omon-Brown Fun»al Hobk to 
Westey M«nOTial Methodist 
Cl»rch for a funeral service 
WedoMday at 2 p.m. conducted 
by the Rev. C. Traynham Top- 
ping, pastor, and the Rev. G. 
DavM Shreev^s of Diamond 
Sprinp Christian Church, Disci- 
ple. Bvmal with Ma^uvic rites 
and military Inmors was in Wood- 
lawn Memorial Gardens. 



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was annouiK«d last nwnth when 
it received approval by tl» 
Boa«ls of Directors of both or- 
ganizations. A vote ^ tl» riiare- 
hokiers of each Ss expects in the 
near future. 
Under preseirt plans, Numey 



and Buck will continue as execai- 
A third merger, bringing iirtojtive officere for the Offices in 
Virginia National's statewide! tlwir r^pective cities am! will be 
banking system Tidewater Bankldected senior vice presidents of 
and Trust Qampsay of Franklin, I Virginia National Bank, 



Crossword Puzzle 



ACROSS 

1. Piercing 

tools 
5. Gathered 

12. Lets water 
escape 

14. Combina- 
tion 

15. Allows 

17. Make more 
intense 

13. Mexican 
shawl 

•20. Watch 

21. Rendezvous 

23. Depicted 

28. Row 

28, Bitter vetch 

30. Boy's name 

31. Tree 
33, Nut 

35. High: music 
38. 24 hours 

38. Auricles 

39. Nobleman 
41. Terror 
43. —Grande 
45. Powerful 
48. Improvet 




SI. English 
counties 
53. Dirtier 
S9-. Slink 
66, Aerial 



DOWK 

1. Wing 

2. Marries 

3. Crippled 



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S.Be 

6.Cee6i& ^ 

?. Cta^^eni ■ 

fi.Horitt 

I. Great Lake 
10. Before 
U.Cavt 
l|.Bi9nigMl 
11.^ 



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M. ^hU lump 



27. Concern . 
29. Sleds 

31. Enwrap 

32. Doze 

34. Mechanism 
37. Sweet 

potato 
40. Wash . 

lightly 
42. Serbian 

capital 
44. Norse god 

of wMom 
M. l^iwe: car& 
4t. IS nionths 
tS. Candlenut 

tr^ 
49. Huauutf 

earn 
12. Hea^ 
94. Sun 1^ 



Wira Mottlif 
Mian Ntt» 

XM as sure as death and taxes 
is tte f aiM Hurt wM^ the wwm 
oMM^, hamam wfll aaahi bt 
b(^}«ed and bedeviled oy one 
of i\m oldeat kaown pesc»->-4lie 
conwton houie fly. 

Tte annual pofMitetkxi expkv 
^smrsi the conunoii liottse fly— 
wMA boasts the stytiifa scientific 
mum of niusca donNstkia — be- 
1^ with wann wMlkert wlMtt 
ms tenak ot' the afiecies bcgtai 
kplg tfgt 2,000 at a clip. 

{^■e flto have followed mui 
around tte ^a^, and ^pfHiy 
Uvt in m^'i MMronmeiil every- 
where e^qpt m die polar regions. 

Man«kwsly equimed by na- 
Mu% to survive unoer a wide 
variety of conditions, the fly has 
speed — its winp vibrate at 343 
l»ate per s^xad — and a pr^- 
sure-sensitive waroi^ sy^em. 
This is kxrated in tbe fim hairs 
of its antennae which flash Kirly 
warning, of approaching enemies, 
whether they be a bird or. an 
annoyed lady with a fly-wvat^. 

But msA a making headv^y 
in his batrte against these ancient 
and aniK>ying enemies, sa,ys Dr. 
Ral|A E. H^, executive ^cre- 
tary (rf the National Pe« Con- 
trol Associatk>n. 

Not only have b^er sanita- 
tion and effective screening 
helped keep (town fly numbers, 
but scientific methods o€ com- 
merced p^t control have, aidml 
mmeasurably, Dr. Heal potets 
out, in reducing fly pollutions 
ia commercial ^tabl^hments, 
lar^ qpen areas and otl^r spots 
wfaire houselKM prev&otkn can 
not get the job done. 

Around the house, man still 
convenientJy iwvides a wide as- 
softmeat of near-i<teai br^ding 
pl^s m garba^ cuts, grass pites 
and odicr ^)ots where warm de- 
caying oi^^uw; mattOT invite fly 
infestation. 

Rigorous sanitation measures 
can be the big^st help in con- 
trolling flies. Dr. Heal notes, 
aided and abetted by good 
Ksreqping- Even air conditioners 
have hdped shs^ fly nuisances 
in the home, he points out, saice 
air-amditioned ncwnes are Irept 
more ti^tly closed diving the 
warm raonins and ior^e screens 
Wd gapir^ screen doors are eli- 
inated. 

"Don't let ttie current furor 
over advanced chemical pesti- 
cides frighten you away from 
using commefcial amtroi meas- 
ures," E^. Heal warfts. 

"There are still many time- 
tried and tested means for scien- 
tifK c«itr«rt that will be effective 
in minting laige-scale fly prcto- 
lems. 

'ialeHig^H and skillful use of 
i«liaUe arc kng-established in- 
sectici)^ still remains the only 
dependable method of wiping 
out large-scale infestations of 
flies. 

"Thc^ fildiy and potentially 
dangerous ins«:ts are a recog- 
nized men^e to health, as well 
as being a thorough-going nuis- 
ance. The means for their con- 
trol arc readily available, and 
there is no rea^n why the typi- 
cal citizen should undergo either 
the annoyance or the health risks 
that fly popttlatkMfl bring about." 

I I I ■iiji-|i !■■ - I I III ...ifniMii m ■ ■»■ 

Flv« Ships 
Retini Today 

onus CI^K-HPh% A^n^ 
Ila^ ^i^>lubious Fori% rtiips 
wiM rrtum to Na€olk today a^ 
<Mi^ieting a thr^Mn^t^ tiain- 
i^ l^iwd Ml the ^ibh^m. 

i^ Boxer, sMx^ eu^ 
iMp l^stMn, dock landing tfi^ 
AAknd, highq>eed t^aBtport 
&ilte B. ItaU and ta^ badli^ 
^h^ Lorain Courrty. 

Under the c&mmand of Captain 
Frimk W. Vannoy, Commander 
Amphibious Squadron Ten, the 
ships left Norfolk on April 22 and 
23. Wh£e in the Caribl»an as the 
CariMiean Ready Squadron, they 
amducted PHIBUUDC 2-83, ' a 
training exerci^ designed to 
maitttain Vm efficieiKg? <rf tt» 
MD^AMnis striking tmm. 

Vm fqpwiroa oonduoted ma- 
ftMem MW^t mm^m m Vte- 
tfmlAmA mA ma «n Mrtw 
during tht Haiti alert in May. 

B^ow feta^g to ItatiM^ 
tte 1^ mM fte^ A m^mtmA 
City, N. a. to ^tontaA ^ 
am»^ eA Ifaata^ l^petttM»- 
«y vm. 

Control Squadron 21, Uirferwater 
DenwlUiMi I'tMi P. Aafavlt 
Craft Unit Two, B^d^^Mcr Ikut 
IW, and AmphMnis Qon^jmc- 
Uon Battalion Two, all twsed sA 
liWe Cr^ will tiao n^i nMh 
Um ^niadron. 



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BASKIN' IN THE SUI4 



M^tmi tM^ 



Ths 90CMlc#gla, bl«ii lh«ir little womrm' »>«^' *" "^^^^^ 
BO iMo a coMnTwrtMlM *eir hands thaaX wliat the American 
puMie fs lOMia 4o wiSaUtbe spare time that automation is gomg 
voiSkt hShk. nry m afraid that if the p«)pl6 do not have 
■omethii«*Nso«lw«*e^»*^ that they vioH get 

kto aetkioa trooAsle. You know something/ They 

m rt^ t 4m\ mttM tint the sociologists are 

tjlllt^ MMh Atat fM^ will get into senmis 

trouble if tfiey don't have soMething to do with 

mm ^ tends. Kfeicy. OtmcIous. Heavens to 

Jhlay^ %/tm 4te iMk is Ite use o( having a 

shoiter wock w«ck It you haw to do somelfeing 

coMlniPtive? I^ rallier be down at ^ Aop 

«oi^ if I fOtta have oontmtctive Aoiq^ts ud 

deeds at hone. 

Tbc ioc«olQ«wtt kave doae what tfiey usually g^yhw 
do. They have taken a very old jwoblwn — you 
remember *e eM saw «bmt idle to^ betag a ^vd| woMwp 
—and taken on ttie taA of tennii« a fw tiwwsaiM* owmnitte^ to 
talk the problem to death. 1 l»ve a littte piece o^new8 for ^ 
committees. AM Aat energy yw'ie wasthw wonyiag about the 
pn*leai aint pmui st^ people ttcm g^^ into trouble. 




I pi^inne Itel Ih^p ii«~«i« if tt^ tonp«^ tti^ dm^ 
exclude sM olnniMl nHka Iran Wi iBacn w ien. Wfmt maulm 
man I know is not bite^M hi a Aoilcr woffc froHu If lie 
MM heMS the Miaaei ff« liMneAMy p«t Mm to imk at^ne 

Ml fliey do is g^ antfiifcalMie wVe II sfM^M <V M nshN 
to help, the av«a^ wuim mm M» « Imi« iinwiiiiill tkmt tfw 
dirties of ^^k el^ <^ nil feiai nf «sewrfea bndl In m^ 
nnses, fat Ifi, aatf call In lawyits. 

The single p^le ci the coua^— and at tfie kut ^ma tto-e 
iwre thirty-four unmarried i>eop|e— ^wart tihe itert^ woric weA 
so Art Aey CAN ge^ in trm^te. Who wants to w»k when sin^; 
and when there so maly kifrty wa^ to get involved m tlw saunier 
skfe ot Ufe? 

I therefMe si^^t to the soctok^pMs that ^ey ^^and the 
w<Mr^ committeee now and save th(HMi^ of mw^oura of mmy. 
If they ^ waked until the next cei^ttiry @Kfed, th^ woiddrt ^ 
abte to e^mi LIST all t]» ways that mm and women could go 
m&^. This failure to liai ^ pfoblem — m uyc^ kaows-^ pito 
a committee in aa untaaaUe positkui; since k ^m't scrive a pRMem 
until it is defined. 

Instead <A Inting the sins of man, I think Aey bett^ sra^ie 
a few. Ttey ml^ wiikl up workup the (^«r skk of the sueet 




MCU.-n«OUM CWtMi AND 

mmr BOS' Sim i*ff. ^ 



— rt 



New GO 

(Centinuad from page 1) 

since Jtdy &, 1M2. 

tJt. C^ndr. Mann is a 1946 ^cnd- 
)ute of Woodrow Wilson H^ 
School, Portanouth. He also ^^ikI- 
uated from the University &t 
North Car<dina where he receii^ 
his Badidkff and Afoster of &lu- 
cat«m depees. EMering ^k Navy 
in 1952, he atteiKled Officer Can- 
didste School, Newpoit, A. I., suui 
was comm^oned in 'March 1953. 

His first ciMnmanding officer 
was hk father, CJeiiteBart H. D. 
linn, l^^ #ettred) «te eom- 
nuaded Bo^ Unit 1^ nt IMtle 
Creek, m>w AuMtk €Mt Unit 
Tvm. The «Uar MMtt Mtired 
from (he Navy m vm i^r 32 
yeitfs ci aenrtM. lie mm Hvmb at 
Wl BUUtf mt m^ ff^erts- 
mMdi. 

U. On*. Mhm tm mt99A on 
me inm ^ Cmumiim mna 

Bmt, Karki^; m Ike 4eita^eJM 
Stew«te ud 9smm Ml «t the 
tmnc ^ it tte ^M«y of 

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If ^u WB a mairied vranan, 
he sure ^wr mmA me^ky card 
AcMvs ^Kwr Mt«eet Moe. 




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441 COUNCIL TO WHA 
SUMMIR ^MION 

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gmia Bei^ 4M C^woctt wnntr 
iesakm, J«^ ae,.iA Mae^s Anne 
Vut tiwm. 

^w new clvb is tt^ Bli^- 
watar Conanunlty Oub. CMj olf- 
fteen ^dio will ^dn tiie Coundl 
are Joey I^cs^ TrmtaA; Vidty 
Knlabdl, Vice-Pr^<^: ^«a- 
nie l^sek, Sfor^By-Treaaire"; 
and llWiftm Bdckhiuse, Pit^ram 
Chatman. Organization leader is 
lib*. Joe Pecsek, and Project 
Leader is 4-H All Star Jmm^ 
&-i^. 

Ilie 4-H Coun^ oonqiofed of 
aD Oub offk»ii and l^des in 
the City, wiU imks <aganlalionri 
{dans to- ttie 190344. year, lliey 
will ito 1^ reports of Sti^ 
Siuxt Course and plans for Junk)r 
k Senior 4(H 0»i{i. 



Summer p^e^rkms often 
stray away from tiieir uKial ade- 
walk habitato. The Instttute for 
Safer Living of ittie ^neri<an 
Mutaal Liability Inairanoe Com- 
fany wanu thrt motorists ahould 
be on the lookout for hikeni and 
other pedestrians who may ap- 
pear in unexpected places along 
highways. Be e£^;>ecially alert in 
vacatk>n, resort, and populated 
niral areas. 



Tigers Defeat 
Rotarians To 
Increase Lead 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Tlie 
^nerican U^Oe h^gae Ugars 
h^ their )e«i in Oie fescue 
stiDcUnjp Tuesday n^M by 
sw«nptf|g tiM Eotarians ^ to 9. 

fM Doyle pitched four inning 
for the Ti^'S and Johnny John- 
sm took owr ttie mound i<a the 
kHt two inim^. Doug Compton 
toM^ in Ow first aiMi fifth and 
Jf^nsMi hU: a knner in the f<Nuth 
M^ii ftz^ on. 

Bob .Mmson and Billy Almond 
igtared the pMching mound for 
the fiotarians. Bill Johnson hit a 
homer m flie fifth wUh three on 
and d<Nibled in the fourth, btli^r 
dmrii^ were hit by Atanomi and 
Jim I^mUd. 

Cubs 11, SfMftt S 

hi tl« secmd^'ganM 'Hieisday 
ni^ ^ Cubs mtn ovA ovar the 
Sports 11 to a. 

Bm Renn pitdied the Cubs to 
victory and ctelked up several 
outetMding pkys to his credit. 

Bill Miillip* hit a homer in the 
seoMid with one on. The Cubs 
made their nms on nine hiiU, the 
^Kirts fa«i five runs (m 1 hJit. 

Tommy Ik^ish was the losing 
pitcher although he struck out 
eight bateis. 

Virginia's deer kill has been 
in excess Of 30,000 for the past 
three years, placing tiie state 
about e^tfa m total whitetail 
kill for ^ nation. TTie Old Do- 
miniott also stadcs up weU in 
bear kill with most of the bruins 
coming fKNn the mountainous 
v^stera counties. 



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Pango To Meet 
Rathskeller In 
Softball Game 

CSIEM^— Pungo Esse, with a 
won4<^ record of 12-3 will meet 
die AathsfeelUr Louise (11^), to- 
tf^t in a ganw tti^ could de- 
termine the champkmsiup of the 
Mm's Unlimited Softl»dl League. 

Oiriy tiuee ganws remaining, 
a» winner of tomgbt's meet will 
be in the best poskion to top the 
10-team teagitt. 

Noted for their powerful hit- 
ting, the J^K)'s wUl 'be led by lat 
baseman Clark Whitehurst, out- 
fielder Archie Shipp and 2nd 
baseman Frank Cntft. 

TTie Itetoakdlars, fine defai- 
sive ptoy wUl toe led by s^rtstop 
Derris Bradshaw and outfielders 
Jim IJeviner and Gene Maxey 
whose efforts have kept the team 
neck and neck wtth Pungo all 
season. 

A dark horse contender for the 
teague title is Chesapeake Beach, 
whose won-lost record of 11-4 has 
kepi them in c<Hitention for the 
cluui^rionship. 



Richmond Team 
Going To Ohio 



RICHMOND — Richmomi 
Pollyannas, two-time <^ampions 
in Ac Virginia ASA women's 
sbw pitch twimament ^turday 
July i3 in Richmond, are look- 
ing forward to th$ third annual 
World Slow Pitdi Tournament at 
Cincinnati, Ohio, on August 31- 
Sefrt. 2. Tho-e were 8 teams in 
Saturday's playoffs. 

Mrs. Mary Rogers of Colonial 
Heights umpired three gamps in 
the tpumament. 

Manage*' Polly Russell was on 
the mound in the Pollyannas' 
three triumphs, topping her day's 
awiiievement with a (me-hitter 
against Richmond Scotties, 10-0, 
in the finale. 

Pollyannas received Thal- 
himers' trojrfiy Mid Scotties ihc 
Richmond Hotels Inc. trophy 
Rockingham awards went to 
managers Polly Russell and Scot- 
ties' Wayne Morris and two 
Hillerich & Bradsby bats to 
Ftollyannas' first sacker, Mai^aret 
"Tunie" Dooley. 

Final scores: 

Pollyannas 15, Pungo Insur- 
ance, Virginia Beach 0; Cul- 
pepcr Lionette^ 7, Rental Uni- 
forms, Portsmouth 2; Scotties 4, 
Hagwood's Laundry, Portsmouth 
0; Richmond Blue Jays 5, Surf- 
Ridexs, Virginia B^ch 2; semi- 
finals, Pollyannas 9, Culpeper 2; 
Scotties 5, Blue Jays 4; final, 
Pollyannas 10, Scotties 0. 

The Virginia Game Com- 
mission owns 14 public fishing 
lakes totalling 1,327 acres lo- 
cated at strategic points through- 
out the state. Some of these pro- 
duce 100 pounds of fish per acre. 
Warmwater fish provide most of 
the sport, but trout have been 
stocked successfuly in some 
lakes. There is no charge for 
fishing. 

ATHLETE'S FOOT 
HOW TO TREAT IT— 

Apply biBtant-dr.vine T-l-I^ foil teeX It 
tako hold to chrrk Itchteg, bamlng, In 
niinnt««. Tliro In 3 to 9 d»yi, wa(<-h 
infwted «kln bIookIi off. Watfh hmlth.v 
Rkin r«pl)Ma It. If not plMMXl IX ONE 
HOrR your t8c bark at any drat store. 
NOW at all drnc etores. 



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New Fence For Little Leaguers 




Members of the Bluebird All-Stars are shown in a pract»:6 
game. The new fci;^ ipstalled this week to improve playing 
facilities and prot^» spectators ft-om foul balls at the Little 
League field i^hind Virginia Beach High School, is shcmn ui 
fore-ground. (Baldwin Photo) 

Little League All 
Stars Play Triday 

VIRGINIA BEAOI — The Virginia Beach Hi^ School 
athletic field was improved with a new chain fence around the 
Little^ League baseball diamond this week in preparation f<x an 
All-St^ game scheduled there Friday at 5:30 p.m. 
T|i^ Vir^nla Beach American 



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All-Stars will meet the Bluebird 
League All-Stars from Norfolk in 
the firsit of a seri^ of pday-offs. 

Also aiheduled fw Friday night 
is an All-Star g^me between the 
Vir^nia Beach Nationals and Lit- 
tle Ci«ek at the military base. I 

The winners of the two Friday ' 
night games wiU challenge each 
6ther Saturday niglttlifth€' Vir- 
ginia BeiK;h Hi^ Sdiool Mhletic 
field. 

SLOW PITCH EVENT 
RICHMOND FEATURE 

RICHMOND— The Virginia 
Amateur Mixed "Softball Associa- 
tion will hold its 7th Annual 
Mixed Slow Pitch Softball 
Tournament (5 wpmen and 5 
men on a team) in Richmond on 
Saturday, August 24. 

All managers in Virginia 
Beach area interested in entering 
should write State Softball Com- 
missioner Hank Wolfe, 118 
Seneca Rd., Richmond 26, Va., 
IMMEDIATELY for tourna- 
ment literature. 

There were 16 teams in the 
1962 tournament, with Meer's 
Steak House <rf Portsmouth 
winning. 



1-Run Loostrs 

The American Idttle League 
All-Stars will be coached this year 
by Cub Manager Bill Renn. Both 
a» Americans and Bluebirds 
ml^Med out in their first All-Star 
play-off last year by one run. The 
American team has tost its &^ 
Ap-Star game by one run for the 
past two years. 

Members of the American Lit- 
tle League AU-Stiff team includes: 
Doug Compton, Johjmy Johns<m, 
Pat Doyle and Tom Burton, Tig- 
ers; Steve Thomas and 8u<^ 
Lawler, Sports; Bobby Buxtoi, 
Bill Phillips, Kenny Niel and Bill 
Renn, Cubs; and Bob Johnson, 
Bill Johnson, Chris Fanney and 
Jimmy Doolin, Rotariam. 

Three American players are 
presently credited with tteee 
home-rum for the season: Dmig 
Compton, Bob Johnson and BiJi 
Ptiillips. 

Umpires for the All-Star §aams 
will come from a pool of all area 
league umpires said, no unsure 
will work any game in wliidh his 
l^igue is involved. 

C(»t of the MW $600 i&xe was 
shared equally by the Ameriom 
and National Little Leagues and 
the City's ReCTesrtion Depart- 
ment. 




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Would-be frogmm ti^ to cross a bouncing wire during the 
sdectKMi and training of Underwater Demolition team replace- 
inmts. Expk^ions simulate combal oonditkms. No trainee has 
ewe made a successful crossing, and in the winter the first man 
to fall into the pom! breaks tbe ice. On July 15, approximately 
70 UDT trainees began "Hell Week," the most aixluous week <k 
iMsir 25 WMks of training. An average of two out of tfiree trainees 
fttil to ooBfrfete the «>urse, (Conducted by the Atlantic Fleet 
Am|4iM}ious Force at Uttlt Creek, Va. (Official U.S. Navy Hioto) 



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AT LITTLE CREEK BASE 




■LITTLE CREEK— Five days 
4l rtraiHCHJS physical and mmtal 
^ii^ b^m here Mcmday 
qno^HU for repl^^ment traii^» 
^ fte Navy^ Umterirater Demo- 
HMon Ti^nis. 

Dnro^ Oe ru^ed "Hell 
WedE" traJB^ will face what b 
^M<fered die armed forces' 
mmt ragp^ ^ts of ei^uruice 
•ad Monuna. 

Ifell vkA will be climaxed 
Fr^y by "So SoUy Day," when 
iiu men atove ahmg a predeter- 
m^dnxi^ amidst approximate- 

£tosiv% and consent n^jervision 
y InstnictM^. Tbc explosives, 
a^ m one half pound diaiges, 
will (^ermine the ability of the 
mat to cerate under combat 
eoiMiitiois. 

^Otto* pct^lems during die 
w^ will indiKie a 6-mile run 
^p(ner sai^ dunes; competitive 
^a^t^; swimihing and foot 
m&!S\ timed obstacle course 
ams; and scaling a 12^oot sea 
umll. The trainee f^.Ti^ipR, 
ttauns, wil carry a 'Wm^'^W^ 
pmnd rubber boat «^ #n^ 
imwt of fte week, inc] 
^ thM* assault of ^< 
>^en ftc w$ 
^VMCs ccMnplew^ 

lOQuali^ 
for Sea Team 

LITTLE CREEK — East 
OMst trywite lor the U.S. Naval 
PentaAkjn Team ended here 
^m week with the selection of 
JO ni«i as candidates for a five- 
' mpn team vj^fch will comnete in 
lAematioirf "Sea Week" next 

btaiMiona] "Sea Week." be- 
inmiag August 27 in Stockholm, 
Sv^^n. is oreanized each vear 
^pter the International Militarv 
Soorts Couwil (CTSMV This 
«^ be the seonid apoearance of 
the United StM^ in the event 

CISM «MBi^s <^ 30 nations 
vhvdi sponwM- inteniational mili- 
Wv cbampiorohips each year. 
Ii^MfaH are sports in the 
Olyii^3lcs' prowam and addition- 
al «K» clatsifi^ as soecialties, 
like flje Naval Pent!«thl«i. 

Th^ events take olace Ik 
dMfercirt member countries, ac- 
(^Klint to an aeenda settled bv 
CI^r« tannual fmerad meetine. 

ink selectkm o( candidate 
CMiK ^BK w^ks of hard train- 
ing airf owntKtition In five 
events, whidi included Itfesavino-. 
a croM-countrv nm. a utUitv 
swim, an oNtade omTse race 
and scanMBi»Wt>. B«* time^ in 
each event detefwiwd Uk final 
■vd^^^^^ Second Lt L. 
o^l^HIt, Ouu^co. Va., 
r 'anding peffMmcr 



will continue specraliKd train- 
ing, study and practice in demo- 
liti(Mi and rexxMinai-ssance tech- 
niques. Scuba swimming and air- 
borne training. 



ALFRE A. EGE JR. 

SHAW AFB, S.C. — Cadet 
Alfre A. Ege Jr. erf Virginra 
Beach, Va., is paiticifKitiiM; m 
the Air Force Reserve Training 
Corps (AFROTQ summer en- 
campment here. 

Oidet Ege, son c4 Mr. and 
M«. Atfted A. Ege of 744 
Caren Dr., Virginia Bteach, is ob- 
serving and taking an active part 
in various iirfiases <rf base opera- 
tkms durii^ the encamfmient 
period. 

A menAer of the AFROTC 
oroeram at Virginia Polvtechnic 
Institute, he wil be eligible for 
appoimment as an Air Force 
s^ond lieutei^nt upon graduar 
tion from a>lfege. 

^iEiNw«inf %. ifafcpEL 

fWBAT LAKE^Jl— Ken- 
^i E. Hamoel, 2i0/son of Mr. 
'aid ^rs. Earl M. Hamoel of 
Gf»tham M.d., Virginia 
Va„ is tindefpoinff basic 
at tW Naval Training 
preat' Lakes. 111. 
f. nm^wwik recruit training 
includes naval orientation aiKl 
history, ordnance and gunnen/. 
basic militarv law. sea^ianshin 
«nd b<»sic shit>board routine sen- 
trv dotv and militarv drill 
"hvsic^l fitness, ^wimmin* and 
first aid and survival. < 



VA Chief Sees Hope 
For More Mental Cures 

^ John S. Gleaaon, U, 

J^minhtTttor of Vtiwrtm A§mt 



Today, there k onr hope tta tlie millimis of iMatsdly iU a 
Anwrica. This may be the gres^ tfeofy— And gr«iteit cIiaU»g» 
— K)f our time. This is due to Prtsidest Kennedy's "bold mw 
approach" to the problems of mental illness and 
retardation. The Presideat'* very act of trans- 
mitting his special message to Congress on this 
subject, the first of any President, emphasizes the 
high priority given it on his domestic program. 

The 72-to-l vote by which the United StatM 
Senate passed the President's program is an en- 
couraging sign of an increased sense of respoo> 
sibility in this critical area. 

Its passage in the House wOl modernize the 
Nation's approach to mental afliction. Relief 
from this scourge and shame is long overdue. *•*• •• ••••«*. In 

In the President's message to 




Bayside News 



Congress a key point was 
stressed. It was that "if we 
launch a broad mental health 
program now, it will be possible 
within a decade or two to re- 
duce the number of patients 
now under custodial care by 50 
per cent or more." And, "many 
more mentally ill can be helped 
to remain in their own homes 
without hardship to themselves 
or their families. Those who 
are' hospitalized can be helped to 
return to their own communi- 
ties. All but a small proportion 
can be restored to useful life." 

VA P^HMrwl 

Research and advances in 
medical treatment of mental 
patients, many pioneerd by the 
Veterans Administration, cub- 
itantiates the Preadent's opinion. 

To employees and others who 
wwider if former nieBtal p«- 
timix can funcMHi cfiFectively 
as employees after proper treaty 
^nent, tlx Veterans Admintstn- 
tioo has reassuring newt. 

Fmirteea huadred veteram of 
.Torld Var II and the Korean 
Conflict tend to doncmstrate 
|tfaat a history of jnychiatric dis- 
order, even of serbtis degree, 
need not stop a man f imn doing 
t good job. Tl^e veurans 
were part of a study recently 
carried out terms tin nation. It 
las been calkd « "mikstone" in 
rdiabilitatbn. 

Here are some of the findings: 

1. Seven out of every 10 of 

these veterans were working; 84 

ptr cent for employcirs, 16 oer 

cent for themselves. 



2. Their iob distribution com- 
parad favorably with all the ens- 
ployed males in ti» civiKaa 
Ubor force. They were oM 
over-represented in menial, soli- 
tary jobs as nught be expected. 
One out of every five was work- 
ing b a job where ptfs<w-t»- 
person rdationships played M 
important part in the duties; H 
per cent were in managerial and 
official occu{»tions and foreman 
joIm; 8 per c«>t were salesmen, 
and 3 per cent (tid ptfs(»al serv- 
ice wwk. 

MA ApproMk 

I am c<wvinced that, if we 
apply oar medical knowledge 
and social insights ftdly, all but 
a nnall portion of die mentally 
ill can eventually achkve a 
wholestane and constructive so- 
cial adjustment. 

It has been dem(»stnted that 
two of three schizi^ucnk*— 
(mr latest catepiry to. men^y 
ill — can be treated and released 
within ex months, b«t tinder 
the omditions that prevd to- 
day the average suy isx scUbo- 
phrenia is 11 years. 

bi 11 stat», by ose of mod- 
em techniques, seva out of 
every; tea schizophrenk padentt 
admitted were discharged witk- 
in nine nKmtlis. 

It is clear that a eoaoemfi 
national attack on mental dk- 
orders is now both possflde tati 
practical. 

The President's "bold new ap^ 
proach" offers a reaUstic, cn< 
lightened approach to a rittuH 
tion which, as he says, has et-< 
isted and troubled our taatkmaj 
conscience far too kuig. 



Rain Fails To 
Hamper Pienic 

BAYSIDE— The Bayside Chris- 
tian Church heki their annual 
church ptenic on the churdi 
grounds Sunday aAemoMi in 
tplte of the rain. SoMMJl wi& 
played between the ^i^» and 
the members had their fwuly 
type covered dish dhiner in ti^ 
Social Hall inMewl ,of on the pic- 
nic grounds as planned. But the 
rain didn't dauirt the spirits of 
the mairt)ers who turned out in 
greM munbers. 

Rev. G. Julius Ri<x and family, 
who are vacationing in ihe area 
and presently stationed at TIkms- 
and Oaks, California, showed 
slides of their journey frwn the 
Bayside Chri^lan Church, where 
he was formerly pastm', «!ross 
cMintry to California. / 

Members fnun the Bayside 
Christian qhurch attended the an- 
nual Sunday School Conventi(m 
which was \m\A at the Suffdtt 
Christian ChuitJi <n TiKsdi^, 
June 18. One of the speadcen los 
tllK convention was Rev. Haroild 
Ifyers from tbe fiurlingt(m„N. C. 
United Churdi. 

Circle No. 2 of the cbuidi held 
a picnk Wedneiday nlgM, July 
17, at 6:30 pjn. at die home of 
lirs. Coe Hanlson, 1827 Li^wsde 
Road. 



Amoving for social security 
bendwte? Bring proof of your 
age with you when you make 
your claim. This will help you 
^ your Hrst check sooner. 



See (blor Mbn 

BAYSDS— 1^ BC3^e lions 
aub «Mt W^hmtey sii^ July 
10, at 7:00 pjn. at Shore Drive 
Inn witji the prudent, Charles 
If cC<9, ]^»skling. 

Ih^am chalraian, Charles 
Burlage, pr^eMd tyman Stoile, 
local Inumce man, who Aowed 
cokir slides with a souikI track on 
tlw Impcu'tanoe of Vuoily insur- 
ance. The fltei shoiiwt the differ- 
ent types of inrarance that are 
availably to cowr eatc^ indivMual 
funily's needs. 

Gordon Hughson, delegate to 
the recently held Lions Interna- 
tional Convention in Miami, re- 
ported on the c<ttK^tion and 
how he was impreeed with it. 
His telk was an impiration to the 
dub members. 



PHODISTS 

BAYSIDE — ISl© circles irom 
m Baykke Mei^^ Church 
wfllhoM a Joint i^ciie tvmi^ 
at 10:30«4n. aA tte V Beach Ch&. 
They are tte Kfuugr Imsi^ and ttie 
Auth Rebuilds Cirelea of ^ 
WoQian's Sodety «f Christian 

The Both RQ«iri(b Cii^ of 
the church met '^a^Saijf, n^^ 
Jvly 16, at 6:30 p4iu dl the haB» 
of Mrs. Fnuik 2|aaA&gUm to* • 
(»(dc<out. Ilanters^eu^ tbebr 
f^nil^ and Bev. tni Qfi^. Oscar 
Good wore gue^ of Ae drde. 




By Wives Chib Gift Presented 



BAY^DE— The June Watkina 
CJ*.0. Wi^ Club m^ Mraiday, 
July S, tH 8KK> pjn. in txtUding 
33^ I^tte Ci«ek Amiriilbioui 
^m. Tim menfeers pres»ited 
Ita. Watktais wtth a slver cig- 
eette \»% .in appredaiUon for her 
hdp in getting 'the imw club 
started, 

Tlie fdlowing offlcere wwe 
electied: president, Mrs. W. H. 
Huj^ies; flr^ vice pretident, Mrs. 



J. L. HtKlson; tectmd vkse praii' 
duM, Mrs. D. R. Hart; secretary, 
Mrs. R. fi. Boesch; ^retmsm Mn. 
W. h. WlHlams. 

"nie chib's nesA meeting, irill be 
in the form of a social and wlB 
be held M the sione plwe sad 
Unw on Monday nl^ Ju^ 22. A 
gu^ q)eakef from the' '^ar«er 
i^^MToved teim" will ^>eak. 

M CP.O. wives or e<yiivateiit, 
either active <»* retired, are ki- 
vited to attend. 




RONALD C. HARRELL 

KEESLER AFB, Miss.— Air- 
man Second Class Rtmald C. 
Harrell of B^sicte, Va., is being 
reassigned to Perrin AFB, Tex., 
following his graduation from the 
United States Air Fc^ce technical 
trainii^ course for air traffic 
coittroller here. 

Airman Harrell, son (rf Com- 
niander and Mrs. W. C. Harrell 
of 2705 Westwell Lane, Bayside, 
was trained in airport traffic con- 
trol ami radar approadi control 
operation techniques. 

The airman entered flie serv- 
ice in October 1962 and is a 
graduate of O. F. Smith Higji 
School in South Norfolk, Va. 
His wife. Norma, is the daughter 
of Lt. and Mrs. G. G. Page <rf 
2017 HayAfraod St., Oiesapeake. 



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"SERVING THE WORLD'S URCEST RESORT CITY" 



Section B 



VIRGINIA BIACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1963 



Biggest Ever 

ART SHOW ENDS jON 
SUCCESSFUL NOTE 



VIRGINIA BEACM — The 
eighth annoal Boanhralk Art 
j^w caim to tn end MmdiQr 
afternoon mklst pralM, fati^ie, 
ojntroversy, excitement and the 
jingling of caiA f^i^^s ^mH^ 
up a record4»Hking m&sM total. 
Since many artists tept flielr 
pataitings diqila^ In bcTMid 
ihe 5 pjn. etoiing tlnm, a eom- 
plete sales fi|^ire wm Mt avall- 
al)le IXiesday mm^ twt it to 
ei^Meted to r^'nwr^ ^,m. 
A dfissUng Tain hi»de»d titie 
show Sunday buA n^ oiou^ to 
Mng it to a 1m^ Art fa^iers 
braved ihe wea^ff to strdl the 
boai^walk and view tiit ^^Uxlts 
and the more (totenniiied aitiMs 
weee wwardKl for Uieir efforts 
with over ^000 in aies. 

,T1m Hard Twfllliin^ a pefw- 
lar local faMcH^if^ IH'au^f 
MM uvrwa m* wwmnni ma 
tfaniMI tlw wNwiy afferiioen 
crappa lo ■ wvicomva coficprr 
inmIm' the Wife and wtwle art 



An eitimated 100,000 penpns 
i^ncbd tke ^ow during i^ f ive 
di^ run, Mai^ of wlioin were 
toiiriita vvho had timed their y^ 
^thm to i^lackle witii tte evu^ 
WMit feetore It <^>«ied, the 
QuiilMMr <of Comment rented 
nuacraBa le^i^a lar dates and 
iafwttKtton on Ihe ^kw-hu- 
^pjMtta^ri^ priKrf ^t tiM «4ix» 
cUy timwPto, tt«to ttdi Vir^ 
PeWh Art Aworiation pro^. 




Met^ Flow«? by 
lMxm4 Higgins 



Tte 4uw was int withoirt its 
proble&ttt. For the tiiA ttB» in its 
8-year hiil(«7, aa ai$iat and his 
painting wm expelled from the 
show on flMOtd grMnds, Dlclc 
Cupp's paiMing ^ a nwte na^, 
entitled "Ditvid," di«w ciNisider- 
able con^daints HmrsAiys and 
w» finally removed from the 
Aow FMdi^ aftemoiui. 

Bn% the ouMm^^t^ scarcdy 
rippled the waters of content- 
ment and tiie show fmxreeded 
with only the usual difficulttes: 
wind wh^ping the paiirtings from 
their ea^, wnlHimed noses and 
lost children. 

Whan started by the Art 
AtsedaHen ri^ yaan &ai». Mm 
rfMnir WM da ilBn a d as an euMet 
for p r o f fMlen al, non ■ prefaa- 
sienal Md ^itrt^y w8«k<«nd^ 
arttilt to 4ww Nidlr iwerka. 
Desfrila ita srowfh, fha ih«w 
hM maiiMalnad this or^piital 
l^n. l s. 

Hie woric ni^ from titt ri- 
diculously poor to the supremtiy 
excellent and an Sundance of 
art th^ nmks ^ween the two. 
"n^ pri<»s ares ^pudly varied. 
And the r^u^t^er sonieUiii^ 
for everyone— io w^^ues whit 
their taste or sbe of poctetixxdc. 
Review Too Critkai 
A oMiCid review ci t3ie show 
by a Wa^iii^iUw newipipef' vi 
a^ hi» brou^ ^m^ cnmnwit 
Mrii ai^lsts and aModation mem- 
biKS. iiert 4itf 4lMt Vm Asm 
should te ^^piaMi let eaet^ 
what tt if-<«4ai &gm ^ent to en- 
cwumge ai^8ta>->and not be com- 
pared to the more profe;^onal 

Ottt of the jw^, John Rich- 
ard Craft, director of the Colunt 
bia <S. C.) Musoan of Arts, was 
quite »lamant in his'praiae of the 
sliow and told offidala tt was by 
far one of the nicest he hi^ evo* 
attended. 

And mo^ df those who attoKi- 
ed K^ evoit would have to agreie 
with him. Tlwy came in droves. 
Tl^ bou^t wtot th^ liked. 
And they went away with plans 
already in the making for next 
year's show. 

MORE ART 

The ioardwalk rf«ew It ever, 
but iM^ dF Mm unaoM art will 
flHN bo avallabla In Mils araa^ 
Officials of Mm NerfoHc Arts 
^^mI, now undM'vnqf at the 
bifaftlie Peril AnMMt|Mah«, 
haiM Mtd that miK^ of the Vir- 
l^nia Boadi rfimtr't work will 
now bo iNsplai^ in the Tent 
Art Show opening Sunday. 

TIm show wHI continue 
fhroufHi July 21. It gets undoi^ 
way daily at 10 ajn. Tho THi» 
water Theatre wrill (NVtMit 
"MacboMi" tonight and Friday 
at 8»tf pjn. 




S^i aadta^b^ nte wse tevonte mxoA far ut 
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Mfdsliliiiiieii To 
Hold Parade 



LHTLg CREEK -^ Nearly 
9(K) raklAJpmco, the NROTC 
Regiment cvrreittly undergoii^ 
training M Little Oeek Am- 
(rftibkNis Bite, will take j^rt in 
an evening p^de July 18. 

High polflft erf this seomd an- 
nual ceremony will be the pre- 
sentation <rf an organi^tionat 
flag to Midshipmen Regimental 
Oommancter C. C. AWxJtt of the 
University of Virginia, by Rear 
Admiral James C. Dempsev, 
0>mmuHier .Am(^tt>ious Train- 
jng Ccxnmand, U.S. Atlantic 
Fleeti revtewing <^cer for the 
(wade. i 

This fla^ symbolizing unity, 
lovaltv afld esnrit de corm. was 
first w^^ to tlw NROTC 
Midshipmen Regiment at Little 
Creek in 1962. It is retained be- 
tween periods ol mi(tehipmen 
training by the Atlantic Fleet 
Amphiblmis Force. This year 
Vfce AAhind . Horacio Rivero, 
Commander Amphiikws Force. 
U.S. Atlantk Fleet, has directed 
the flae be passed oikc again to 
the midshipmen regiment. 

The 898 s^x>nd class midship- 
men are trtxn 36 a>lleges and 
univenities in the Eastern. Mid- 
western and Southern United 
States. 

Residentt and visitors io( the 
Tidewater area are cordially in- 
vito to attend this cotorful 
ev#nt «^ich will beidn at 7:00 
p.m. Qfi the Amphibious Base 
parade field adjacent to Rock- 
well Hall. • ■ • 




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Fair feature 



RICHMOND — The Women's 
W<Hld of the 1963 Stote Pair of 
Virginia, to be h^ here Septem- 
ber ^28, will feature three na- 
tional contei^ in needlew<n'k aiMl 
aewing competMion, according to 
ui announcement by Mrs. Jose- 
phine M. Sbeippenon, the Fair's 
Secretary. 

Two of these eonte^ are tarn- 
pletely new. One is the 'fJational 
Wool NeedlewOTk ' Contest" in 
which ci^ awai^ are offered 
for five different articles in two 
categories, knitting and crochet- 
ing. Anther is the "(Make It 
Yourself With Wool" Contest 
which iiKludes dresses, coats and 
suits made of wool and is open to 
Juntor and Senior Conte^ants 
frwn 14 to 21 years only. The 
thiKl is the "Cotton Bag Sewing 
Coi^at" which has been an out- 
standing eveiA at the State Fair 
of Virginia for a nuitAer of years. 

In 1^ the winnCT here went 
on to win the National Contest in 
New York City, and become tiie 
Nation's Uq> seamstres using 
cotton bag material. Winners of 
all ttoee contests here become 
eligitde to anter tl» national fin- 
als. 

Additioi^ classes have been 
added for a mrniber of different 
types of l^mdlwork, all of which 
cany substantial cash premiums 
and riWwns, 

Classes for dolls have proven 
so popular in the last year or two 
that a whole section of the Woti- 
en's Department will te devoted 
to ^Us and doU costumes this 
y^o*. I^e section for handiw<H-k 
of s^iior dtixrais has t)een en- 
lai^ 'to include additional 
cla^N. 

For ii» first time in many 
yeara, a itower Show will be Md 
rt the Stete Fair. Entries will be 
cU^iayed in tiie W<nmn's World, 
and t^ das^Kations wifl iq^>ear 
m tte premium catalo^ie as a 
section of tbe women's ctepart- 
jsmt. O^ prnnituns and rib- 
bmis wit be offered for dried 
mutgnnra^ arrangemei^ of 
t^mt gA plant nuiterial ami iiuli- 
vMteid iwiticultoral q[>ecki^DS. 

ClaMificatM^ have been sH up 
to mte H po^}le Iot um^ gaiti- 
me^ to mmA. mMm m the 
itovo* Simr are wrt reirtricted to 
meatms of ai^ fwrtiailar prd- 
« ^lA, but ae ^MD to ai^Mie 
la ftr SMe id Ya^i^ 



CapL Canpbeli 
Gets Citation 

WRFOOC— Cajrtaln Robert R. 
Caropboll, Supply Corps, USN, 
A^^ant Fleet and Fon» Supply 
Officer on the Staff of Rear Ad- 
miral Denys W. KnoUj-^wnman- 
der Service .Force, U, S. Atlantic 
Fkiet (COMSlRVLAiNT), was pre- 
sented the Navy C(»initend«tion 
Medal by Admind Knoll during 
ceranonies held at OOMSERV- 
LANT's headquarters on the Na- 
val Station We(taesday afternoon. 

Captain Campbell was awarded 
the mecW by the Secretary of the 
Navy, for meritorious service 
trm W June 19M to ^ July 
1^2 while serving as Comptrol- 
ler, Defense Atomic Support 
Agency (DASA). 

The citation accompanying the 
medal n»ds in part: ". . . Captain 
Ciunpbell exhibited outstanding 
professional skill and resourceful- 
ness in the management of t)ASA 
funds by developing operating 
prt^cedures that were fle^ble 
enough to meet the rapidly 
changing requirements before 
and after the moratorium on test- 
ing was lifted, and into the actoal 
testing period. 

Through his efforts in pt^par- 
ing dollar recpiironents tor Tt- 
search, plannii^, testing and roll- 
up, involving test programs in all 
enviromieirts in both the Pacific 
and the Nevada Test sites, he 
played a vital part in enabling 
CffligresskHial aiMl executive agen- 
da to undei^and and approve 
the actkH!» necessary to resume 
te^i^ on a crasOi bi^ ... His 
fliad maMg^nent ifoiities imd 
great tmt v/&e Ibom contribut- 
mg factors in eiutUif^ ^ DASA 
and the Atomic Energy Commis- 
sion to overcome flnsmdal dilfl< 
oilties ti&i uffimately resulted in 
great savings to the Government. 
Captain Campbell's professional 
coaQ>eteiK^ and devotion to duty 
were in keying with the highest 
tradtti<ms of the United Stetes 
Naval Servk3e." ' 

Captain Campbell was gradu- 
al from the Universib^ of Cali- 
fornia in 1940. He served in the 
Pacific in World Wm- Two as 
Supply Officer, USS MERCURY, 
and as Planning Officer, Naval 
Supply Center, Oakland. He was 
Actaiini^ator of the Navy Stock 
Fund for three and one-half years 
and served as (Logistic Officer in 
the U. S. Naval M^on to Brazil. 
He served a tmir iii naval aviation 
as Supply Officer, Naval Air Sta- 
tion Miramar, and was Comptrol- 
ler of the Defense Atomic Sup- 
port Agency for four years. He is 
a graduate of the Harvard Busi- 
ness School and ^ta Naval War 
College, and is a Registered Pro- 
fessional Engineer. 

Ciqitein Csdmpb^ partidpated 
in tm capture and defense of 
Guadalcanal Mand and amphib- 
ious landings at Kwajalein and 
Eniwetok Atolls during the Sec- 
ond World War. 

Cs^tain Campbell, son oi Mr. 
and Mrs. Coriis E. Campbell, of 
W.. Sterling, Illinois is married to 
the former Miss Dorothy Ruth 
Alien, of Santa iBarbara, Cali- 
fornia. They have one daughter, 
Karen, and one son, John. The 
Campbells presently reside at 486 
Pocahontas Street, U. S. Naval 
Station, Norfolk, Virginia. 

Lindner Heads 
New Qvic League 

POB^T O' WOODS— The Point 
O' Woods Civic League elected 
permanent otticera sA b meeting 
Mon<ky at Foundry Methodist 
Oiurek 

fite(^d were WlUiam A. Lind- 
ner, pr^ident; Lt. Col. H. C. 
Richanis (USAF 'Ret.), vice prea- 
dent; Lt. Cmdr. Don Hendrick, 
treasurer; and Lt. Hank Cooi^ 
sergeant-at-aorms. 

The b<Mtrd of directors inofaicto 
Made A. Brancioft, Raynund 
Powers, CWO En»st J(^son, 
and li. Col. D. C. Huddy (USA 

A recent maid)ership drive 1^ 
a commtttee consi^ng of 'Um 
women n^mbei^ of the te#ie 
met «toellent rewMs. Menrisea 
now totad 102. 

TN le a gttc discu^ed pte^ for 
a ftouc to be held for Point O' 
Woodi 




This unique model erf The Cafies Hotel was jM-evued Moiiday night. The $4 million 13-story building is scheduled to open 
in 1965. The Capes Beach and Cabaiia Club will open next sprim. 

i 

1965 Opening J 



CAi>E MOTOD HOTEL PLANS UNVEILED 



VIRGINIA BGEAOH— An elab- 
orate seated model of the Capes 
Motor Hotel was unveikd Mon- 
day rA&L at the Cape liawy dub 
before a gathering of city offi- 
cials, local dignitaries and other 
invited guests. 

' Conatniotion on the $4-million 
facility is scheduled to get under- 
way later this montli. The hotel 
will be opened in the spring ol 
1965 and the Beach and Cabana 
Club will open next spring. 

The QSO^nit hotel will be lo- 
cated on the triangle^aped site 



SKINNER WINS CONTEST 

PEMBROKE — Raymond Skin- 
ner, n, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- 
mond R. Skinner of 4752 Bunker 
HiU Lane in I^mbroke Manor, 
recently won a certificate of mer- 
it and $5 cash award from the 
Isaac Walton League of Virginia 
and the Virginia Division of 
Games and Fisheries. 

The awards were made for an 
essay on conservation. Raymond 
is a sixth grade student at Pem- 
broke Elementary School. 



at the pacific and Atkntic Ave- 
nues afex and the beach and ca- 
bana ^ub nfill be built on the 
oceanfront l^medij^ly "north of 
40th Street. Plans c^ for a cov- 
ered walkway acroK Atlantic 
Avenue to connect the ^ cabanas 
of the club with the h<^l. 

A sky roof will top the 12-<story 
structure and will feature a circu- 
lar glass walled dining ro(Hn, a 
sky view .private club lounge, 
penthouse deluxe aiites and a 
presidential suite. 

'Large convention facilities will 
occupy the second floor where 
the main hall, which may be par- 
titioned into fmir rooms, will jw;- 
commodate up to 1600 persons as 
an auditorium or 1400 for ban- 
quets. 

A garden terrace extending 
from the north wing of the sec- 
ond floor will provide lunching, 
dining or private party facilities. 
Other rooms will have their own 
private balconies. 

An unusual attraction dS. the 
Capes will be an outside glass ex- 
press elevator to the convention 
floor and the sky roof. 

The Pacific Avenue side of the 



hotel .is deigned for motoring 
guests, with drive-in registration, 
parking and direct access to 
rooms frocn the entnoaee «ilhout 
going through ai^y public area. 
Two parking levels will accommo- 
date 300 automobiles. 

The Capes iBeadi and Cabana 
Club will include a ;double-deck 
oceanfroiit wing of calMinas and 



Three Students On 
Dean's List 

WHjLIAiMSBlHlG— Three Vir- 
ginia Beach studerits have been 
named to the Dean's List for the 
second semester of the 1962^ 
session at the College of William 
and Mary. 

They are: 

Robert Nornian Bennett, 5706 
Meer Street; J<Min le^e Robin- 
son, 1418 Cypress Ave.; and Jos- 
eph Craig Wool, Jr., 216 63rd 
Street. 



a l-^ory souOi wing overlooking 
the pool and sun terrace area. 
Activities on tjie north side of the 

xm, ^Miffleboard, ping f>ong and 
a volley ball court. 

A semi-circular glassed-in bar 
lounge, with a dance floor and 
refreshment bajr, wifl overlook 
the pool aiKi oc6an. 

Tennis courts will be located 
on a three-quarter aiae ate acffMi 
Padfic Avenue. 

The ultra-modem facility was 
d^gned t^ Gamble, PowiKdl and 
Gilroy, Fort Lauderdi^ <Fla.) 
architects who also (ksigned The 
Aeolus and Golf RaiKh sA, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

The property was purebred 
from the Cavalier-Jefferson Corp. 
in 1961 by the Southwestern De- 
velopment Co. of Pasadena, Calif., 
owners of The Capes. Prindpsis 
in this firm are A. B. Ruddock, 
president; B. K. Rud<took, vice 
president; and M. K Rttddock, 
dffector. 



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Little Theatre Woricers 
Busy On New Playliouse 



The sound of hammers and 
electric saws mmgles with shouts 
from electricians tracking down 

wires and tiie chatter of painters, 
plasters, and just plain broom 
wielders at the Courtyard where 
the Virginia Beach Little Theatre 
is in the process of turning the 
Beach's oldest nwvie theatre into 
a new playhouse. No one is faced 
with the probtem of "what to do 
next" as ©ill Britton, President, 
Mcms to have an inexhaustable 
list of jobs for anyone who might 
look like he's thinking of kibitz- 
ing for a while. 

iWhenever anyone asks what 
time it is. Bill Kiser is ready wifli 
the answer, "Time to quit!", but 
he idways manages to conw first 
and teave last. Shirley Fentress, 
looking like a dancer even with 
her hm coveied with paint, and 
l^r hai^ a mass of plaster, says, 
"WM I love about this work is 
throwing yourself into the taem 
and iMt worrying about being 
i»at ^wut it." To look at her, no 
(RM •rnxM. say she has a thing to 
weary a^totrt. 

Tbb three diredors for the 
eomij^ season, Chi Chi Live^, 
Lnzy WiUiam^ and P&m Mu:- 



tin, <telve into comers, insped 
the balcony, won<ter about light- 
ing, acoustics, sound effects, and 
come up with a light in their eyes 
that is bright enough to carry the 
season by itself. Pete Edgebte, 
covered with dust and pla^r 
from head to foot, looks like the 
abominable snowman, but there 
the • similarity ends. He is very 
much ui evidence every Monday 
and Wednesday night and all ctey 
Saturdays to put the theatre in 
shape in tioK for the first show. 

"The lobby is doiw, the rest 
rooms are well on their way, the 
balcony is ahno^ clean. There is 
an air of great excitement now at 
the prospect of getting to the 
main audkarium where tlK stage 
will be built. 

This group of volunteer work- 
ers has done amazingly well thus 
far. Ao^rding to N«dl TiKMnas, 
designer for the Playhouse, there 
is a need now for people with 
know-how to give time to tlw 
project for electrical work, con- 
crete laying, and brick faiying. 
Wifli their help, the Vhrgmia 
Beach little Theatre wiD have an 
intereatii^ aixl provocative iNiiid- 
u% for Oe oxning 196344 •^» 

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>ffiWPC»T, R.L (FHTNC)— 
^^iff Commands: 13u>mas M. 
mi^ao» c( 171 Wythe Lane, 
V^aui Bewh, Va., rec^Mtly 
ocnopleted tiie Reserve C^cera' 
l«iawl Warfare course at -the 
Naval War Coli^e, Newptwt, 

"ne two-weelL comse is de- 
•UMMi to finable senior A»er%« 
o0Q«n to fiuillier their lUKier- 
alMdiiiC of cunem orgwMWtfKm 
«Mi iKocedfiiM for aackwal se- 
cwnty. TlUi includes increasing 
<Imw wmdM of (kvetofiimats 
m Mini wmflm; aeapo«Kc and 
Biacitiroe strnttgy; and military 
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Snaday School 1-^9:30 A.M. 

MotBint Wofship .. 11:00 A.M. 

1^«taiog Uoitm - 6:15 P.M. 

ev«Bii4 Service 7:M P.M. 

Eveniog Servk%s 30 mniutes bter 
Mpy 15-Sbp(. 15. 




UMtt A^-^-Sombv &:h8oL 
tt:00 A.M.— HlQiA^ Scw«tee 
7:30 F.M.— SMMint asrdce. 



im 




9t4» «.Bl. 

11:00 a.m.— Moni% WwaUp, 
7:30 pjn.— £wiiRfistk 



Hag's Grart livUst 

K^'s Grant Road ot Queenbury 

Drive, LymdiavcB, Va. 
Sev. H. S. IHdHvlB, fen 

10:00 a.m.— &iiubv School 
tt:Oe ajn.— Mom^ Ifonhip 
7:30 pjB.^Bwelaig Serviiie 

WnSI CHURCH (MP Cfflim 



9:30 A.I1.— SondMr SdKwl 
11:00 AAI.— g^A aarvke 
1^0 FJl.— Wednini^r*9en4oB 

wmmt OEJVE 

BAPi:0r (XB3UCM 

9:30 aJD.^ — Osqmh SstotA 
Jl.-OO ajn.-r-Mom^ Woash^ 
^30 pA.->-Bv«iliig W(»^bip 

OCEAN PAIS 
COMtfUmv CMtOKS 

Dtt Foot <km Bivaiile, Va. 
9:45 ajn«— M^StAo^ 
11:00 a.m.— MorahM VftaMp. 
MO fMa^FasiiFra^ 



$r. NICiKM^AS 
CATHfiA.lC CMIJ»C» 

Utde P^A RMi~<Kiag's Giwt 

Bev. IpKite J. HabeH 
Sunday Kte^^. 

8:30 and 10:30 y«LM. 
Oofl^^KMUi: 

4 to 6 p.m. Satwdays 
Catechism Cla^: 

10^12 Saturdays 
Ba^wn: After 8:30 a.m. Masses 



Ok'mouc cBuiicH 

tm stmt Md Arctic C^i^ 
SIV. FRANCS V. lAMMmSS 

SMKhy Mmscs: ^A^t». 8:00. 9:30 
11:00 Ma. amf 13:15 p.m. 

dimmer, ha» 15th ttmi Labor Day, 
7:00, 8:00, 9:30. 11:00 Mri^ and 
12:15 p.na. 

Ifcrfy De^ 1.00. 9s30 am and 6:30 

C^Q&MKML 4*00 to g:QO ud 7:00 

H^dedsy Mhw 8 lun. 

KTMAim SCnBMJI.K 

Jfew thni Labor Tkty. u»ky Mass, 
6, 7, 8, 9:30 and U ft.m. aod 12:15 
pjs. Daily Mass, 8:45 aai. 



BAY9DE BAFrm' C»URCH 

1480P]eanire Home Rowl 
Pastoiw-laaica ¥. D« Foe 

8:30 A 11:00 A.M.— Wonhip 

Service 
Sumby School— 9:20 & 10:10 a4n. 
8:W) P.M. — fivenog Service 

CJimOlK CHURCS 
!«• SaaAv Laae. Va. Bewdh V>. 
SwuMT B i la i w i e; 7;3f . 9:00, l«:3t * 
IZNoolk 

ContieMkm each Satonkiy 4:00 pm. 

to 5:00 pm^ and. 7:00 pm. to 

8.00 p.m. ' 

Fatfier 4fflars »4 fm^tat Flnd^ 

yfc ene Kf 5-93 33 

ffipxo^aiBir sAmgr church 

419 04aira^ Koad. Norfolk 2, Va. 
Rev. Ciarlei T. BenAMfc PmIm 

9:45 a.m.— Chureii SdMxd. 
11:00 a.ra.— Motolng Wunfaip. 
7:30 pjn.-^vawiK Wonfa^. 



lAJraBT oBonca 

bad^ B^. Vkginfa 
ALVIN m. CtAm, PASTOR 

9:45 a.m.— ClBucii Scboot 
ll.-OO a^n.— M<niims WonUp. 

WMUI BAffnT C^URCS 

Bawide, VlqpiM 

Cfaemed Road A Lakeview I^. 

■er. Oavld*Moore, PMto 

9:45 SA.— Suadw Schoai 
11 KM ajn.— Mcmng Wwdrip 
7:45 p.m.— EwDtng Woi^ip 

m MMMSBiA^m cnJRCB 
Mw gs A nna Cmrik mm 

MtOO A.M.-~$ftK% 
7.-0Q ¥M,-^»fmm WanUp. 




M9 AM. 

H:*$ A.M. 
. tM P.M. 



KALA cmncH OF csRisrr 

Beck pn, Va. 
G«M Hattttl, MUMw 

10:00 A.M.— BMe School 
11:00 AM.-.-MOramg W<»abip 
7:30 P.M.— Bv«n&« WoraUp 



CHURCH OF CHIBST 

531 V)h. Beacli IM., Oceana. Va. 
lames W. RMMn. MUsUr 
lOHH) am— M« ^udy 
11:00 a.m.— MtMoiiM Wtmhlp 

6:30 p.m. BvtoiQg Wonhip 



LYNfNHAVlN (»tONY 

UNfTH) esruRCH 

OongregatiiMial ChiMlao 

C^mt Neck Roed mar More Dr. 

Rev. S«D Ndsop, Rastor 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday dAQoi 
11:00 ajn.— Morning W^mbip. 




DIA»U)?4D anuNGS , 
CHRB^UN CHUUn 

., toiscMes of Oum 
?6700 W. Haden iUiad 
Near Littk CnA F^nef 
G. Da^ SbrecTca, FMor 

8:45 A.M.— Wonh^j Service 
9:45 A.M.-€uodw Sdioel 
11:00 A.M.— WoftUp Servicn 
6:30 P.M.— You* Chxxips 

KIMBKVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7120 Ket^mme Raid 
/A. D. momt^ fmtmt 

9:45 A.M.— Simd^ School 
11:00 A.M.— Moramg Worship 
8!00 ^.M.— Evmiog Wor^ 

BAYSDE CHRISTIAN CHUIKS 

(ConpegaHanri) 
Shore Diive uid Greenwcfl Road 
Sari \m FanncB) MtaJstv 
. 9:45 A.M.— Wofriup Service. 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday SdwoL 
11:00 A.M.— W<H^ Service. 

ASSEMoEyoF GOD 

ViijuMa Beu± Bouleiwd 
QMt Lane — Ocema 
Rev. Samnel D. Bitfer, ttn fmlm 
9'M tfin.— Church Sohmri. 
11^ a.ffl.— Mctning WtMiddp. 
7:30 p.m.Ev«Dpeii^e Snvioe. 



CHURCS OP Gtm 

620 1Mi^i«e« 
Bebbf B, amnsi PWIM- 

9:45 AM.— Simda^ .<idiool 
11-00 AM.— Monrf^ WonUp 
7:30 A.M.— Ci^oNt Woabip 



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QAiM^¥s ErmnxTALfsamca 

4Mi aod I^ojfio--OA 8-3573 
Tie tgr. Mm 

B!ev. Macon Ba ^nm 

S.'OO am.— n^ 

.UBMvIl W lK IWi 

m^ mtmOmm (H<My 
QBUMitfoa«h9widays 

11:15 ajm.— Monii« fray«. seenoB 
^fflpiy yw wded) Holy 
CitiBwMwtoi, 1st Son. 



10:00 
10:30 




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SI. FRANCIS 

B^ici^AL tmBtm 

Vht Atv. C^riM K. 
Vkar4tCta«e 

Now Mee^ at RJnyiM's Haza 
BowUng ABey. 
10:(W A.M.— Wcndtv 
Nursery Provited 



EMANUBL BPIaCOPAL CaURCB 



imevi] 
inn. 



CNrtesR. 



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8:00 A.M.-^ioiy OMBmu^oe 
9:15 A.M.— Pamilv Servic» and 

Cbimm Scteol 

(Hofy Communioe feird 

Sunday) 
11:15 A.M. Mooring Pmy» and 

Sofiuou 

(Holy Ooraonmion lint 

Sim^) 
bbusevy so-vioe av^bMs 



BASTE]^ ^mm csuawL 

(4M*copnK 



B.3tdM)y 

8:00 %,iB.—Boif Onnnnian 
9:00 a.m.— Pami^ Service sod 

Mianma Prayer (3«l %xi- 

dav Hoqr OosuMnioa.) 
11:00 a.m.—Montnf fmfet and 

SeisM» (lat Saiii^, Holy 

CknMmmian.) 



TBMnJC BMANUH. 

25th and BayMe. VbgUi Beaeh 
PiOUr ra«CUS» MakM 

7:^ A.M.— Serviws Mae.-n«. 
8:15 pan,— FritUv - Sil^bi^ Sendees 
10:00 a.m — Sal - Sabbsth Service 
8.'00 AJd.— Services Sun. 



LUm»AN CHURCH 

10100 >nrgtauL Bncfe ftwlevBnl 

(Tempmery WarAip Center) 

Kcneth A. Price, Pastor 

9:15 a.m.— OMSGh School 
10:30 a.m.— W<Hshq> SenHce 
lNurs«7 for pre-achool chiklreo 
duriog wor^t) 



LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Of ttc Good 

Atlai^ aod 1^ 
Itov, Mm D. Kdstar, MhMer 
8:30 A.M.— Mon^ng Wonl^p 
9:45 A.M.— Owrch Sdiocrf and 

Adult BiUo Oasm 
.^^^./ M.— Morftli^ WoiAip 

^ OUR SAVlOta'B 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pin^, Beyside, Vrgisk 
Kcnawth R. Canmi^h, nw 
8:30 A.M.— Worship Service 
9:45 A.M.— Cburch School 
11:00 A.M.— Wonhip Servios 



P RINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 
Rev. J. EbMs Modcy, Paster 

Meeting at M^^ftu School 
9:15 a.in.— ^Htday School and 

BMe Class. 
10:30 B.m. — ^Divine Wonhip 
Holy Communioo — Ist and 3rd 
Suaisy. 



VniGIMA BEACH 
MErHCH>lgT CKJRCa 

307-1 8tti Street 
REV. BEVERLY FELTY 

8:30 a.m. — Wonrinp Stfvic« Summer 

MMtfhs 
9:45 a.ai.— dnnch Schocri 
11:00 a,m.— WorAip Sovke 



BETHEL MEnUMDlST 

Roger C fmrdcr. ftslor 
10:00 A.M.— MooAig Wonhip 
11:00 A.M.— awrch Schod 



CHURCB 



PLAZA MITTHOmSr CHURCXl 

Meeting at Pha School 
Wdtcr A. WUtehns^ INslar 

9:45 A.M.— Morafog Worship 
11:00 A.M.-Oiurch School 
7:00 P.M.— Youth Pellmnh^ 



NIme 

METHODISr CHURCH 

Princen Anne. Vti<giraa 
Rev, I^Mk Di Inmse 

10:15 a.m.-dwi«h Si^od 
11:15 ajn. — McMmng Worsli^ 



Tabencade 

METHODISr CHURCH 

Fria<»ss Aaoe^ VIrgmia 
l^v. Lt^r Davis. MUatar 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Mon^ Wonhip. 



WB KH OIH>Vl 
METHODEST CSURCB 

I^incess Ame 
Rogtr C. w^er, Faslef 
10:00 A.M.— ChiirA StAoei 
11K)0 A.M.— Morning Wonhip 



THAUA METBOD^T CHURCH 

Pine Ave. & V«. Beach Blvd. 
Rev. B. I. (knctt, hrier 

9:45 a.m.— ^adqr SdMsl 
10:45 sjn.— Woitiifci 

MDEfHOniST GBinOi 

Vir^sfa BiHKh Bontowd. Lynnbaveo 



8:45 ajB. and tl ajs . s ervic e s 
9:45 a.m.— Ctaich Schp^ 
6:30 p.m.— Y oBih ^ Bpufjiy 

FR^w cp A^imrr 

MElfMWNR' cnnjMs 
GMtMA Rori 

IL It Taiiiw« PmiMr 
9M ajn.-.aNiA Sdmrf 
11:00 tJBy-^mlm WonMp 



MnUMHR CH0KR 

Orent Neck^oad, Ocfima, Va. 

Rev. Lee B. 
9:^ 
11^ 




MrrHooisr church 

BMFside & Bay Shore Rcack 

imm G. Lesfe fr., fmtm 

9:45 A.M.— I^foroiog W<as«^ mid 

Church School. 
11:00 AJd.— Momaint WorriMp mid 
CSiurch School. 



(Nd Dom^en Epiac^d Qwrrii 
449 WHeh Dnck Road^ B^ralde 

8:00 /CM.— Hoiy CbnwiniAM 

(Ex«^ (hmng lector's vacaKioD.) 
10:00 A.M.-.M^n^ n«yer uid 
Senaoo (H(^ Ooomunson <m 
flmt Sunday ci each month.) 



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Acredaie . — Kempsyilk 
Rev. A. P. Roach. Parior 

9:45 a.m.— Oiureh SdKxrt. 
11:00 sjs.— M<aiiing Wordi^. 
7:30 p.m.— Yontfi FdtofwaU^. 



LYNNHAVEN 
MS1H<N)BT CHURCH 

Little Nee* Bond 
Rev. Wdtop A. WHJtihMnt, Pastw 

9:45 a.m.— ChumA Sduol 
11:15 ajn — M on^ Wos^ 

JS uotti Und 
IMETWHUST CHURCH 

Knot^'^amL N.C. 
RcAert C. BfaMk, AOilato 

10:00 a.ffl.— &md«y School. 
llHto a.m.— WonUp Service^ 

BAYL^ttE iflmroMST ORJVtCH 

Sixn Drive at Tteesitre Island Dr. 



MhMer, OSCAR & GOOD 
8:30 & 1! A.M.— Wonli^ Seannce 
9:45 A.M.— ft inday Schoirf 

Charity 

METHOD^r CHURCH 

Back B ay, Vkginie 
Rev. W^Hiani A. Moon, fe. 
10:00 ajn.-rCftuich School. 
11:00 aStt.— I femkig Woni#. 

SALEM MmW^ST CHURCH 

Prlaeess Aan^ Viiiinia 
Rev. Frank D. hmm 
10:00 a4n.— Mcmihig WorstiOp. 
11:00 aJD.— Church School. 
7:30 p.m.— Yondi KUowriup 




OCEANA 
CHURCH OF TIffi NAZAlffiNE 

S. Court House Rd., d^trna, Va. 
hri A. >Mdririh, ftflter 

9:45 ajn.— Sunday SdMwl 
10:45 a.m.— Mormng Wonh^ 

BnnMe 
PRESBYTEMAN CHURCH 

Near Bobbins Ocmi«' 
Rev. S. B. Jnhnaosb Hsiar 

9:45 i.m.Simiay &hocd. 
11:00 a.m.— M(^mng Wondi^. 



Calvary 
niESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Fin« Street, Olotrock. Nor6^, Va. 

E. CroweB Cooiey, INstor 
9:45 a.m.— Ctwrch School. 
11:00 a.m.— Kfoohig Wor^dp. 
6:30 p.m.— W^I^Ms FeUowsl^ 
6:30 p.m.— Hoiiem- Feilowrfijp. 
6:30 pjB.— Yooi^ Peopk's Ftdlow- 
Ship. 



FB Bfr 
PRl^YTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacific Avenue at 36tb Street 
Hcn7 O. Moigan 
J. part 




9:45 Churdi 
11:00 Mor 
6:00 Youth 

7:30-8:00— Soodsy ev^uiv 
\taper Servbe 



Chapd 



THE PRESBYT^tlAN CHURCH 

IN nUNClS^ ANNE PLAZA 

Weniz J. MillM-. »ttdstar 

Meetmg in tihis Maza 

Efemeotary SciKwl 

ftinday Schoert — 9:45 A.M. 

Churdi Service -IIKW A.M. 



Christ PraAytcrin Ctareh 

1200 Araaooa Bodevaid 
M. Btni Dnifcy, MhMer 

8:30 A.M.— WorsUp and Church 

School 
9:45 AM.— C^HQth School 
11:00 A.M.— Wonhip and Chmch 

SclnoL 



KING'S GRANT 
PRKBVTKRLiN CHURCH 

(Now meetiflf m the King*s Cknnt 
Eten^tary Schod) 
Rmnenf C ¥WU0m,nttm 
9:50 A.M.— SoiKlay School. 
11:00 A.M.— Mormng Worsh^k 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYT^IAN CHURCH 

L^fAavea VUags 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr., Minfater 

9:45 asm.— Oiurch Scfwol 
11^ a.m. — ^M(Rirfng Wonf^. 
6:^ p.m.— Youth jPelkwihqi. 
6:30 p.m.— noneer FdtewriMp. 
7:30 p.m. — ^Eweid^Wcnblp. 



ThsUa TiWty 
PRl^nr fKBAN CBURCa 

Now uwjrriiig m tfie 
Thsfla Hctnsohry Sdhod 
frvte R, Sinbia, MhMer 

9:30 A.M.— Morris Wonlrip 
10:45 A.M.— C3miA School 



Wm^fDS MRTTING 
LAflONRD. 

^4S A.M.>-SimdBy SriMol 
tl.-OB AJl— Mtirtlng lor 



ST. MMOL A.M.E. CRUIKn 

Oc^iH, Va. 

9:30 sjs.-.-Sa^^ ^bool 
U:00 SA-Wonhji S«vk«. 



High comedy! They may not be adbr^»s, bat 
ibey're aoiomplMied mimics. 

Y^ as I eavesdrop on their little gam6 (d ptom 
tendinr — well, as a ttother, I'm jast 4 bit ftlght- 
ened. How readily they pick up our characteristie 
poses and attitudes . . . always «taggM!>atiBg to an 
extent . . . trying to be more like, us Ibui wa «re 
ourselves. 

^. Then I ronember the day John and 1 made that 

^aij^ghtful deciwon to join tho Church and false 

oul^ildren in a Chriiytt hom& What a differenca 

that de<^i8ioa hag made in our Uvea. And what » 

difference it is ma^ng in our children's lives. 

TheH'B m hsarm im youngsters imitating adulte 
... so long as the adiUts they imitate are woirth 
imitating! 

CorM^ 1S0, IC«^r A4virtUM[ S«yic«i lae., ttnriiWK Vs. 



AU. ^OR THB CHURCH 
THK CHUReH l^>R AUm 

IkedHiihlillMi 
«■ <Nrtt lot I 

Immm el ipMari wlwt, mtetf a 
■tiQ^ Cto4^ hMmt taaeemcy 
mm aMMiMiB tm matUm, Vktn 
Wf i$n Wwd oMMf w^ avtqf 
yCiSQB W MWlS iHnkf igvicii NgU* 

an; (U HtbHtmrnt^m, <S) Ite 
Ui«l>B^NB%^ (3) Kf awMto 

For te Mk« M ttM I 




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^ying within safe boim(^ 

PnKtent i^ople feel safe hi entrusting their savings 
to such an institution . ♦ • and that m^ns that 
Mutual Federal has ihMi^ amiUaUe to invest in 
prime first mortgage kans. 
When such loans are scarce, Mutual Federal waits 
until ^5od loans become available. We only invest 
in the best ... a policy lending back to 18©. 

Some call it "consen/ative." We call it "good busi- 
ne^" At any rat^ thpse policies have made us 
Virginia's largest savinp and loan a^ociatiwi — 
wKh mxB and sfren^h to ^rve your needs. 




FEDERAL 






Jtou^ and But* Stre«M 



KNirSNKHITtL 



J203 ^tt Unle CrMk Rood 
9 A9n High Strart 



VMimMtiACH. 
Va^MAKACH. 



.3201 Fodfie Av*m* 



.3S29 Virginia Beach l&^ 




Alps, ie^tjt^isaB, survey ^{M, 
eaUe ii^a« «id o^hv, A|p« db- 
i^ed to perf«m ^>edal tadcs. 
Hie Service Fotoc utilix» ai>oot 
tv^iMy tlKNisaiK! n^i in pnmd-, 
m "Molnle &43port to (he ffle^"' 
■ ' ■ ■ ■ 

VEPCO Makes 
Job Changes 

VIRGINIA mACH— J. R. H»- 
den, local Manager, has an- 
n(Nm<%d new aasi^pments ifor two 
mqrio^a in Vepra's DMrilMkion 
Depsrtoirat 

James W. f^ker, Jr., fonnei^ 
DisliflMkn &^perv^ir at Vir- 
gitda B^di, 1ms been pixmwted 
to Di^ct Engii^er for tto Al^ 
gtitoy Di^3^ at Oifton Foige, 
Va. Viaim, a gradu^ of !foiUi 
Carolina Stato, started with Vi^co 
in BidunoiHl, idso served hi Wfl- 
Uanuburg, and we prunotm} aa& 
tran^erred to Virginia Beadi in 
Decesfi)eT of 1968. He was a 
meml)er of Virginia Beach MeOi- 
odiit Churd), Virginia Beach 
Chaidter of Commerce, number 
and former Seoetary of Uie Vir- 
ginia Beach Kiw»us ChA awl a 
m^iAer of its B<»rd of Directors. 
He was also fom^r Chairman of 
tlK old Viiiginia %e«di fiectiical 
Board. 

Pioter's post at Vh:gu)ia Beach 
will he assumed i^ John I. Oatts, 
formerly Supervisor— CcHitrol De- 
sign in the i^stem Transmission 
and Disb-ibution Depaxtmei^ »t 
Ridmiond. Oatts, a graduate d 
Geor^ Institote of TedUKd<^, 
b^an service with V^poo in 1952. 
T1» Millen, Ga. native has served 
in several capacities in Ridimmid, 
working his way up fnrni tt» post 
of Engineering AsaMant. He is 
naiOTied to the forme hea Givens 
from Savannah, Ga., and has two 
chiMrm. The fanily iS; Ej^co- 
palian and will reade at 4ff7 S3rd 
St. 



fm HoBored 
On lletiretteRt 

TOitt ^t»Y s- Two ollkers 
a»l tm mMab6A into ^vbo n- 
tired here last I^M^ Itefe Mh 
ored at a stOntmBi W^iew iiM«. 
The^ werfe Lt Col. Kaymcmd F. 
FiJ^MT poJiA engineer, C^. Wil^ 
fred H. Strvmiu Cott^oiding 
Officer of (tie eTODi t^«»p6rta- 
tioo Ccffl^MU^, SpedalM flfQi 
Class Edward T. White. 461st 
Transportation Ck>mpany and Spe- 
cialist Fifth Class Al IlidEel 82nd 
l^rai^portatiim OnqMu^. 

Judged the b^ untt in the 
parade was tl^ l^th mm aso 
points, second 'wwi the OeStti ^th 
267 poii^ and tiiM was the 
^nd 263 points. 

Odoiid ^aber reedfed the 
Army CkMDBiendatkie Medal at 
the review. The dtatlte t»& hi 
put: 'Tor meritorioas service 
during the p«iod 6 Ai^M 195® 
to 11 Jvne 1963, i^fle a^rvii^ as 
engbieer Maff officor, 4th Trans- 



Vlfglhll 









yte 



Tmm pmm J^ottf 

Atitteiillttral Agent 

WrttL «9ieK^ COCKMLU JR. 





fn^nm b te GmI 

Vii||£ni^ B^ibIi Agriculture is 
always puddly Jbiiii«rd tCHvards 
g^^r aUiifcfWMM ii b . Several 
years ago iiw ca n dacted i cam- 
paign to rU Princess Anne 
County of idl iMvcellosis in 
cattle. This oos^eMdve prc^ram 
between the &£feeBSioa Servic^, 
our local ^^tinaiiuH, and the 
Vii^ima Pcuiitw eii t of Agricul- 
ture was nii^ roccessml in 
diis mognBtt, mad as a resuk. 



^^^^^sSS S,^ r;^^Sai»«aireonsideied 
post eni^ieer, wmmm- Duhng ^ j^uccllosls ftte dty 



Uiis period, Qd. Flshor per^ 
fonned his duty as lerminal en- 
gmeer in an exem{dtfy maimer 
whik at the smae tune, maintain' 
mg the po^ en^neer ^vi^nm (an 
additional duty) at a h^ state of 
effideney. 

He . initiated ami successhiUy 
ccnnpleted many major drainage 
and erotioQ control i»t>Jects at 
Ft. ^orm, initii^ed fhne pnnmb- 
tion methods which rethiced the 
ovenU coste ior fire con^ol on 
Uie hia^allation, demonstrated ex- 
onpiary organizational abO^ in 
repairing damaged facilities at Ft 
Story after Iwnicaaie i)(»iAa in 
1960, and acc<Hnpliabed urith dis- 
pirtch deta^d preUmhiaxy work 
ui the prepari^im of a staff 
study, juAifyhig the recpiire- 
ments for pemanent fadUttes at 
FortStojy. 




WORRIED? NERVOUS 

OvcN" Chanse-of-Uto? 

i«m yovr mliKl. G«t wekome reMaf 
wMij^M^I MWimm's madklii* 

do-tak« a specM wtnnan'a 
msdteine-Lydia S. Pfaikham 
Ventable Compound -^ dsvri- 
opsi by a in«n«n-«p8^alljr to 
help woman by relisviitt such 
functionally caused xemale 
distress. 

In doeton' tests wenaaaaflnr 
woman found that nnldiam's 
Corapoqad gave diRiMije heiy 
to all ma withoi^ eM^aholi. 
Irritaimty is 8(^^h;Ml.^bal 
flashee •Bba»}& So donit ait'swl 
brood ^d fc«l BDat^a to hiif 
younetf^ Yaa esft feel bemtt. 
Get geiHIe tydlA E, PinllWis 
countless thousands of women V^ttable Ccdnpbona today. 

Tfis g^nth medkiM wHh th» g^k nam LYDIA E PZNKttA^ 



Sheep pitMhicers will remem- 
btt die past winter when we 
went into opoatkn "ailgo"; a 
pn^ram to fkl Vkfinia Beach ol 
sheep scabies. Thut pragram has 
now been oomfk^ alid there is 
not one si^^ case of this dread- 
ed sheep diseiM^ in Virginia 
Beadi. 

Sheep were found of sixty de- 
ferent fitftos in the city, and 
die penxaM^ of flocks witfi 
Scabies was ifcto. AU flocks 
were clean. 

Anotii^ step la prepress. 
AiK>th^ goal has been reached. 

SrrATE FAmDAtfS SET 

FoU(s down m tfiis neck oi the 
woods are fnqotai. visitors to 
the Atlantk Rwid Exposkion, 
the official State Pair of Vir- 
ginia. 

The dates for flits year's an- 
nual ev«it aie, September 20-28. 

In addition to cooomercial ex- 
hibits, di^B]« ct m«yy descrip- 
tions. MidhMy, Mid ddiKX attru> 
ti(ms, tfmH wdl be a ^ury Aow, 
poKitoy, swiite, and ndsbits. 

Smtwthhig for, e^wr^ne to 
tec. 



AgrjcuhuraA busine^n^n of 
Virginia Beadi are makhig plam 
now to attend the In^itute ol 
Rural Affairs at VPI, July 30 
to August 1. * 

An outstandii^ {vogram has 
been arrange fn- the Virginia 
miMic to fmrticipate in at dte 
land-grant college. There will be 
educational |»pograms, tours, and 
entertainment throughout d» 
half-vraek evei^ 



CAMPING SEASON 

Every youi^ boy and ml 
thinks about gmi^ to camp our- 
uig the summa* mcmtfas ,8m) so 
it is with our 4-H C^b mem- 
bers. Startii^ August S, 4-H 
Club members frwn Virpnia 
Beach will be attendmg 4-H 
Camp at Camp Farrar. We are 
fortunate here in Aat we have 
the 4-H Camp in our City, at 
85th St., Virgmia Beach. 

This is a week-l(M% event for 
oat Club members, and they win 
enjoy the rustic ramp life vMle 
participating in swimming, 
sports, gam^, all kinds, as wdl 
as "chow" time, die mc»t loved 
part of the schedule. 



Don't dread those seeminfly 
endless yean of misery and 
discomfort, of sudden hot 
flushes, waves of weaknMs and 
irritability. There is a special 
woman's -medicine whien can 
relieve those heat waves, weak- 
ness, nervousness, so you em 
enjoy life again. So that 



INSTmiTEOP 
'RimAL AFTAOIS 



can once more be an affection- 
ate wife mad mother. 

If you are going through tiie 
change, dont d^pair. Do 



CeSiffFERERS 

6«t (Mt tdiaf inwi diet Khc-sll- 
ewe^ woioHpiii l^liig diM to ooldf. 
St ANQACK'9coad>tastk» of mcdi- 
^Uy.pnnrea isgredicMs reduce* 
{e?er sod hm^ coa^orting idirf. 
Use SI « gtqlt for son ditoftt due to 
oohii. Soap back with STANBACK. 







Acceuffilt huMfi l up lo lUMMO 

VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SaTingfi and Linmr Aasaefaitiaii 

210 - 25HI Sli«M ^ifiirfa BMdi, VfafiNik 

MwiwOAt'V^I 



MNlMMiHi 



FALL & WINTER GARDEN 

August is the month is |rfant 
die {aU and wnrter garden. 
Vegetables to consider i^ting ' 
f(H- our late garden indlude beets, 
carrots, radishes, tumi|», turnip 
salads, spinach, mustard, kale, 
collards broc(x>ni leaf lettuce, 
and butter head lettuce. Green 
peas may be planted in August 
if the Wai^ variety is u%d. 
This variety produces peas erf 
fair eating quality that can be 
used for canning and freezing. 

Before planting fall vegetables, 
prepare the soil to a defKh of 
3 to 4 inches. Deep pk^ing is 
not advisable, ^p^iidly d the 
garden was plowed deep for 
spring gardening. 

Broadcast IS to 20 poumh of 
5-10-10. fertiliier per 1,000 
square feet: It you miildi die 
spring ^uden with sawdust, ap- 
ply 4 to S pounds per 1,000 sq. 
feet of nitrogen fertilizer, such 
as nitrate of soda, ANL, or 
Cal-nitro in additimi to the rec- 
ommended amount of r5>10-10. 
The lime and fertilize- can be 
applied at the same time, and 
both should be worked well intix 
the soil. 

Sealing for fall gardens is 
somewhat different from rtiat in 
the spring. Plant the seed thick- 
ly, and later thin the s^dlmgs 
to recommen^d distaiKcs. Plant 
seed a little d»per for fall gar- 
den than the spring eardbn. 
den than the sprini; tranjen. Seeds 
for vegetables listed should be 
olanted 1 inch deeo. exceirt 
turnios and mustard which woaid 
be olanted V? inch deep. « 

Dust or soray everv week or 
ten days during the entire grow- 
ing season, to control diseases 
and insects. Use Maladiion for 
'ncAots. and Maneb for diseas*** 
sudi as Wiqht. leaf spc^. and 
other similar diseases. Follow 
carefullv ahvavs the in^tnurtiiMK 
ftv use erf such materials. 



FERTILIZE PASTURES 

TTie drou^t in Va. Beadi 
has created an uirfiai^v situa- 
tion on many of our beef c^e 
farms. It has caus^ a shortage 
of oastore and a serious shortage 
of hav. Beef Cattle farmers n«^ 
«s much oasture as thev can pww 
for grazin<r during th<^ rest of the 
summer into the fall and Kirlv 
winter mcwfts. Grazing that can 
^>e produced Huring die rest erf 
*he season will hein wmserve 
h»v ami silage tor feeding this 
winter. 

Toodressing nermanent oas- 
ture with nitro«wi now wiD in- 
fresse «»r8ss pmwth sAien there 
»« enough win for wass to grow. 
This is fwrticularlv true of t>a«s- 
tiires whidi are nredomum^y 
Kentiictv 31 Fescue. 

We believe diat 50 to 60 fts. 
nt actual nitrogen oer acre wfll 
ffiv** us vtrv good results. 

Tf n(X!sR>te, I like to reoHn- 
mend tfiat vwu sdect (me oar- 
^Mr field that is nreckiminalt^ 
tv Fesnie .and fertilize it heavv 
w!#h nitrnweu. tf^ke the cmh^ 
*^ and let it reallv grow uo awl 
fall down aad grow uo sflrfii, 
^fvH tyn* get «l this t>»i«tBre n^ 
i»##. fan jjtKJ eaHv wiirter. Ifm^ 
wJii wtuallv, at Omt time, be hav. 
♦nit it's hav ^m «^ mmt wtO 
"vw. hole, and kmd to ift^- 
e^'ivM. This is a iwelty ^wd ^ 
of »*'anagcmeoit. 

It's be^^i^ OB a mmrtw <rf 
famM. and it U^ffUM^ « ^o^l 
pnetice to tdOom, 



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r:W ( ft)— Bti»» uid Altaa 

<tM— ^I^sW jClM Tnrmtlkm 
T.-3B ( 3)-«*JB>ai>ae 
r^ { SMiSalte JTxduoB 

9»«» ( a>— lui 'jp tfiM am 
tiM i m — NtiR 
••M f « rinHii ■n^iMii 
•t*9 «M>--€iMlw ^1 fliMraMr 

■t«9 < M mo\ t Mid CbaoMJW 

(W) — BTF«n» D«B 

<!».— Artie ideinm 
»:35 ( *» — Aw«l4 Theatre 

• :au J10>— ^he B«at at Oroi^« 

•:» fl«)— Mornlnar M«vM 

• :» ( 3)— Dr. WUMiunrt Ile»w1« 
l»iM C «) C>tiMlftM 

M:M (M)— mo IIMM 
MtM < a»— J to«« 

uiw < w— r»t» * ewtn 
AFTERNOON 

<13)— 7te»-«e» baU yard 
UMM < SN-Smti^ rw ¥mi«t¥0« 

M!4S < IMiWM «MAl« U^ 

ui>w um—^no mam Bw«ft 

witli it>tm Wartum 
ltm~mi»9t m» DdUan 

{Ut — ««MNU SM^M 

ItM t W'Aa IM WotM Tnm 

<ie)— Bm Mrod 

MM r mSmm Pm^ 

(18) — JMe Wjaaa Shew 



(>«— «MW,M- A Urn 
•iW ( »>~aen|lM AwM* 
9a» ( »—m» HilHMi^ra 
(10) — Too Don't S«r 
MW—Wko S« T«n Ami 
•iM ( S^-fiMtaM «< OUKH 
'.«• < S)— tiMM mmrn 

4:» (l«— WSK3 Mm 
«iM ( S) Wtn et Ntettt 

(M) — )Hm Bo«fl> for DatUr 
4!M llS>~4figm Howe Cls» 
#«• ( m~^mn M ItM 

<iW <Hio»iliefc Pum^ €ltt Mmv 
•iM < «— Mr««atr 

MW ( 3>— t)«n Cte1«''a BowUm Vpt 
MM <!•)— Twl Biw 

•iW 4M<iT-Kw9 Donwttt 
•tUI (I M H m (kK%MMi 

•«M < «■ team Bmn*^ 

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11 a* 



TMJK«DAY EVfNIMI 

(iW— BcMm Sob 
(IS)— BtpMrd 
( 8 ) frnti B^chwwt 
t»)— «4» .C^aatry .. 



( 8Jt-*BriT 
<W~43<»lw Bm« 8h«« 

(lS)*'4iww« h «io Bi&*«r 

( S)— Twillg^ht Zoae 
(13) — Kr Tbra* Sou 
tlB)~-Barri 
(llN-lbAaia-a ir»T7 
f 8)~-Ql» MwiMii 
(10) — ^Worid of B«*i Hope 
(18) — ^Pr«ata« with I'red AtMn 



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<1B)— Bi«Mi 0'<4o<k 

( S>-Mr*ak« 
(!•)— WMrt**' 
(13)-^ni Bradr 
( V>t— Si>ort« Mtaai 
( ai — Dr. WUMivnt Bawwt* 



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<i»— ^rt« ns" 

< S>--MoTla 



FRIDAY EVENING 

7:00 ( 3>—i ftaiba m m 7000 

am — Bm llaM«w>a 

(13) — Wra^m Arrow 
7:S0 ( 3) — ^BAviu«te 

(10) — ^lato^AUoBd thowtloM 

(13) — O^raoM 
8:80 ( 8)— Bovl* 68 

(IQ)— Mar AlMf Wtti lilt«k 
(13) — Ilia rUntmUmm 

(13> — I'm DIekems— He's fteatCT 

( «>— AUnd Bitdunvk 

(10)— t>rto* b Bicbt 

(U)~>^ fwMM mm 

(IB) — Jack Paar Show 
( SJ-^SrewltoM 
tlW— MMy i« 
I B)— lltk Bow Ilvwa 
(IW^BMHi O'dodi mepoft 
(13) — Monibj Martin 
( 8)— ireMtor 



• :00 
•BtSB 



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MHB 
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SAnntoAY 

morni^m 

(10) — fwtm BiMw 

MO) — Bat* Bnmr 
ixa>— iGoaMdy 'TUne 
( m — Boao tkMM^ Tbmif 

a m "OTuatt du 

a8).^ite1wr wu 

(10)i— ttjrt*lji Shlpwj«dt 

( B^^Jmmt Aucues 
(ip) — Bufer Car 
fi3>— MwIm Miow 

li»>-~MlM A B«My 
( 8) — C*^. XMfm^oQ 
ft«-^»«wlwr Mo** 

4 8)— n« MHo. 



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AFICHNOCM 



, t:80 ( 3)— ^d^r^itai^ theatre 
* 4.00 a» l-fea i fc tf 

8:00 1 n— ^A Writ Ibunwniaitf 
(13>— Wide WoiM ol Sportt 

IViNING 

6:00 ( 8^— tlie CaUtorniaM 
•:80 < 8)— Contact 
(13) — Aauaoaata 

7HM ( ^)— l4l«7d Briitoet Show 

(10)— ^Oo DeMIV 
7:30 ( 3) — Lncy Deal Comedy, Honr 
(10) — Sam Bmedtct 
(13)— e^laot )IM 
< B>-^M jMniM 
(t6)—3e^ WKsip Vkov 
(13) — iHwttenMwy 
•iBB tlO)— HoTiea 

tl8)— ^.awTww W^ 
•iM ( S>— RkT* (inn. WW TraMi 
10:30 ( 3) — MlH CiMvirae Pac«ant 

(13)-^rig1jt of the Week 
Wl«8 (18)— Maka lliat Spmi 
lllBB ( 3) — 11th Hour Vlaai 
nm — vrw^WMthar 
(13)— BiU Bradr 
(iB)>-«|ia M« Hwta 

(lS)«>t1»MiM IB 
lliW ( 8)— atovta 
1 1 :30 .< 3) — iewa 
11:4« ( 3) — Waatta«- 
DtiHB (IB) — liaie, i.4h Shaw 

J MM ri*)— Maw* 

•••• «'•>— "•-r^tn* SvrotiOB 
11:46 ( 3)— SporU 
11:60 ( 3)— Moris 



SUNDAY 

MORNMO 

?!«• (IS)— 4MMr Vlieiiv 

7i30 ( 8>— Baao O a a wdr fba^r* 

( 13) — The Chriatopbera 
8:00 (18) — ^Hour of Bl. rrandto 
JBiBS (lOl — Momiar WoiMu» 
B:3B (IB) — Sacred Heart 

(13)— 'Wt netare 
BtBB ( 8)— TT Oofpai Thw 
(IB)— Dawn ^^ 8tii4r 
(13)— «cMst«% mn» 
0:30 ( 3)— l^la la Tbe Ufa 
(lBI-4ta«M Of IMBi 
10:00 ( 3) — IM^ Unto My reet 
(IB) — ITiie I§ llie Anaw» 
10:30 ( 3)— look Up and Ut» 
aOt—Uttt V»U> My Path 
(13) — S«Bdi9 tfeeatra 
11:04 ( S) — £^ia«« Thvee 

(10) — Utb anfi Learn 
tltSB ( B>— fionaa e< Wwibip 

AFTERNOON 

18:00 ( 3>— (Pubtte S erv te e 
(10) — Safety ^ow 
(18)— Brave SMUon 
18:15 ( S>— Bewttor np* 
13:30 ( 3>— Wwtitiwton Bwort 
18:30 (10)— laaicht 
1S:80 (13) — Brstre 9t«Ui«a 
12:46 ( 3) — Sunday Game of lite Weak 
1 :00 ( 3) — Newa and Weather 
(10)^ — SporU Film 
(18) — House Detective 
l.-te ( 8) — Bowlinj Tlpa 
1:80 ( 3) — Spottirht oa Bporta 
(10)— BaaebaU 
(IS) — (Tbam^kMiAip Brldta 
l:« ( 3)-^^Mtan 
2:00 (13) — Broken Arrow 
S .TO (15) — ^laaqea and Anarwa 
3:00 (13) — HoUrwood Showcaaa 
4:30 ( 3) — AdlNsfltnre Thflatre 
(10) — Sunday SbowDMa 
(13)— tYou Wwa There 
4:16 ( 3)— ««ra Ud Weatt* 
4:30 ( 3) — Ezeloalra 
(10) — I^Beball 
(Jb8»— SJie. Two 
4:fi0 ( 3) — Btow^an Scorea 
tm ( B)— IM*e 
( 10) Update 

(13) — (?lerelAi^ (^[len Go.'f Toimi»- 
UMBt f 

8i»B ( .B)-»<CoBei» Bowl 
6:30 (10)— BoMtakl* 

IVENillG . 

e:BB ( B>~4eth (JsAtO^ ^ 

(IB) — ^Heet !%• Praia 

(13)— Maior Adam*, TraUmaater 
«:S0 ( 3)— lb M 

(10) — Bay B^qrer 
7iBB ( 81— t4Mia 

(IS)— EaMMl OTooia 
liBB ( V— OtB«to Tha MaoMB 

(IB)— ^UtUaiMr 

(13) — ^taaaa 



(13) — M«B 4^ii«ii PreMOta 
BiSO (10)-- AmartHR I,aadaaift 
« (13)— »ta«aB >r^t XefTia 
B;8B ( S)-^lM Beal M«CI)9a 

CIO)— Bmmi^ 
BiSB ( S)— Trua Tbaaira 
leroo ( 9)— CMsAd Omb«« 
(10 ). aw a w r Awjwda 
(13) — ^Marltrn Itonree ^wcial 
IBtSfl ( 3)— iWlia«'a liy lAae 
rttao (13)— Yo^ Are Aore 
11:00 ( 8)— Barry ~ 
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(IS)— #M(har 
11:16 ( 3)— Mo»l« 

(IS)— nieaoa 18 



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Left to right: Fral, Pafa Jac and Frank Assunto, appe^Si^ 
Saturday with the Dukes ai Dixieland. 



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TOP NAMES COMINfi 
FOR JAZZ NIGHT 



MONDAY EVENING 

7:BB ( 8) — ^Tr^Oa Weat 
( 10) — Keyhole 
(13)— ^edic 
7:SB ( 3) — To TUl The Trntfa 

(10) — ^Monday night at the Moviaa 
(IS) — Dakotaa 
S:M ( 3)— .I've Sot A Seere* 
8:30 ( 3) — Twcation Playfaonae 
(13) — IHuiny Funny FUma 
B:00 ( 3) — Danny Thomaa Snow 

(13)-4toner Burke 
BdM ( S)— Andy Sriffith 8h(«w 

(10) — ^nie Art linklettei Shtfir 
10:00 ( 3)— Paaaword 

• (10) — ^Darid Brinkl^'a JaatmA 
(18) — Ben Caaey 
1B:8B ( B) — Btninp The Btara 

(10)— Comaand Briefiaf ' 
UiBB ( S> — llth Boor New* 

(IB) — ^BlifTeo O'Clodt IHbiH 
(13)— Newa 
HUB ( S) — Wtiatbar 

(13) — Committee For AMhwara For 

11:30 (10)— To light Show 



TUESDAY EVENING 

Itm ( 8)— Motla 

(lB)-^auaav 

(l:))— Norfolk Senatorial Oebata 
r:S» (IB) — Liarainle 

(1S» — Oomtiat 
8:30 3) — Talent Seoul* , ^ 

(10) — Empire *f' 

(IB)— Bawallaa Bye 
BUM ( 3) — Jack BMiny Show 

(10) — Dirk Powdl Theatra 

(13) — tr^.-BuaaiaJi Trwdk Meet 
10:00 ( 3) — ^Keefe Braaaelle Show 
i«uM (IB) — Cbet Huntley B«>orUBr 

(13) — Preaidential Miitfm 
UMB ( B) — Itlb Bonr M'wi 

(IB)— Mavas Otaoe* 

US)— ABO Rawa 
11:05 (IS)— 4lpndty MarliB 
llilB ( 8>— WaatBar 

l^or«i 
UiU ( S)— Mon* 

(l«I^Waath» 
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11:26 ( 8)— Movte 
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WEDNESDAY EVENING 



VffiGimA BEACH — "Jasi 
Nii^ ai Virginia Beadi," the an- 
nual festival at this lemrt city 
will once apin headline the tap 
nassm in ^Mr wckM of ^hfnr hiz. 
Tlw n^lil of Joly 20 ^)^ see 
DIZZY GELEBPIE, CAMtfEIN 
McRAE. AN& ital OUKBS OT 
DKIEL^® provide ti»e type of 
entira:4ainin^ "vrtiich hm made 
thia ieidlival the t^ggest entertain- 
meat ^ecta(ai]ar of Ihe s^son. 

As in tlw past, tiie JAZZ 
NlEttrr -will he coupled with the 
Virginia B^k^ outdtoor Art So&w. 
Tlw condnnation has meant a full 
^freek of (^Mjre and rdaxati<m 
for the many thousands of guests 
who i<e^^^ly tmki Tl» Beach 
their hoo^ away from h<^ae. 

'R) 4^ iniffioos who are devot- 
ed to moddn jazz, John (Dizzy) 
Gifl^;^ stsids <Mk as a gkmt. 
His uopsE^dkied ffltjstry on the 

BtWM AtKffiAT 
AT SEASIDE PARK 

Betty Piaco, a dmlingly beau- 
tiful Uoncte who does a graceful 
aotNNMc ttpi tdp in the ah: 
under a gli^nteg^^nndelier a la 
liberace, is ih& we^'a .free a<^ 
£ri:traction at Sea^^ Amus^nei^ 
Park, Virginia 6^?h. 

She miy ife seen daily at 8:30. 

and 10:00 pm. ttoc^ fund^r. 

The Sea^de J^^MUMft fMr 

liaUroom has jufll ^M 4 ^WN' 
nesday aftenK)on jam session 
with live mtKic by the NigW 
Owls, starti^ at 2 o'clock. OQier 
iailbestras join In later to provide 
co^^iUQUf dancdng through the 
iSf^vnooA and «veiung. 

.This is in addlion to tl» regu- 
Hk^ nightly a^^ms with Vic wd< 
Us^VesuMUM providing the mu- 
^ g&A Urn SatwP^ »d €wm)e^ 
^un sessiOM suiting at lldM a.Ai. 

Admission to^^&aside 
ment Park is fr«e< 



the Vu-gihia Con«ttisM» ti 
Gape^ijoland FiAndiS «(M* 
48 ^W iRintio^ areMlMn#lV 
1 1 1,463 acres whidi are opm to 
f^iJI hunting at no (^arge. 
ilicsc lands inclutfc opportuni- 
ties, for huiMii^ iker, ducks 
geese, bear, turkey, grouse, quail, 
rabbits, raccocms, squirrels, and 
rails. 



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( B)— Blorraphy 
(1S> — Arthur Sndth Shew 
( 13) — DfiicBet 
( 3)— CBg Report* 
( U>> — 'I'he ^ifKiniaa 
(13) — Wayon Tnin 
I 3)— Tine U ^UBiac .0«t 
( 8) — CiWe 
(13)— e^ar 
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(IB) — ^Pnry CoB« Mnale Hall 
( 8) — Dick Van Dyke Show 
(13)— Oa> ifaa mryeaa 
( 3) — Eeikoninff 
(10)— The Kleventh Hot» 
(13)— Haked City 
( B)— nth Bour BawB 
(lS)-^leyMi OVMl wmm 
(13)— ABC-TV Mewa RaaT 
(13)— Msmt^ Martia 
t^)— Wa^Mf 
(IB)— Lale Waathar 
(18)— l«eti Vewa-W^thar-teMrfa 
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tnraq)^ hi« geuus for airin^ling 
and Ms snazing showmanship 
have placed Gille^ie's name wtth 
tl« timele^ igrealis of jaecz. 

ia» Carnen Mflae k a jazz 
sii^ger. Itarf fii today's terms tlat 
lony aot mem nwdi . . . For the 
pi^lic & constaa^ beas^ intro- 
duced to the so^afod jea magen 
who are here 4o^, etc. Birt 
through aU this bmbmon has 
emerged a performer wlw quietly 
achteved that which <^hers never 
know. 

Ite inclusion of Dixktod in 
ibe Festival has beomie a must 
However tha year's group is dif- 
ferrart from tho% who have ap- 
p^a«d in the past. This year the 
grot^) is not among the top 
groiqjs in the fieW oif Dixieland. 
The DUKES OF DDCIEEAiND are 
THE TOP Group. From their be- 
ginnings as entlumastic high 
school iKiys tl» talents of iFred 
and Frairic A^unto have created 
this fabulous band of New Orle- 
ans style fmisc. New Orteam hie 
a special pla£« in the story id 
jazz, and The Dukes have a sp&- 
cial place in tl» story of Jfew 
Orleans, lliey lave a special st^ 
stemming from that of the origi- 
nal Diixelamd band, which m- 
joyed M peak popularity duri^ 
the early part of the 20th c^- 
tJHy. Actually The Duk^ are a 
peil&A illustration of a kind x^ 
iwdHmk in jazz whereby ccm- 
iBi^KM^ musicians perform in 
the humble tradition of Negro 
song ami dance bands. But in- 
stead- oif the dow and la^ st^ 
of other hands. The Dukes have a 
virile style wtth impressive char- 
acter. 

Surely one must agree that 
The Virginia Beach Jazz f^ii^ 
July 20, is offering the finest in 
Ibe wsM of Jazz when it pie- 
ms^ »IZZY GILLESPIE, C/fll- 
JkffiN lM(iRAE, and THE DUKES 
m DUOELAND. 

Ti<Aete for the jazz show ve 
avaiUble at the civic center and 
at jdl Peoples Drug Stores in TKe- 
witer. There are two peifoitn- 
ances, at 8 and 11:30 pjn. 



AtBmch 

WAmE, MARVM STARS 
OF ADVENTUIK Wmi 

Fran tiie wilds of Afrk» in "Hatei", John Wajme new 
switches to the exotic Smitir Se^ for hn new (;^mriy<«iivMtiue 
fihn, "D(mova|i*s R^f ' in Tecfanioolor and inning W«<taesday at 
the Beach The^re. Directed by John Fovd, Ae cs^ also includes 
Lee Marvin, Dorothy Lamour, Elizabeth Ai^ii and C^ar Komero. 
John Wayne pbys the ArteoC 



"Guns" Donwan and "Dcmo- 
wi's Reef* b tfie^nwne of his 
sakwn sUuated 6n a tropical 
islaad. Doaown is a f^nd 
WotW War h&o wIk> remained 
on the island after the lapanese 
Miff eiidCTe d. , 

In «ddhkm to tin sidoon, he 
also owns a smrfi fleet of sailing 
d^M ^Kt transport passengers 
3M goisds from island to island. 
Widi hki en the island is his 
iM. w« buddy, l>t. D^lham, 
pda^ by Jade Warden,, who 
s^yed behind to build a hospital 
and treat the native' ailments. 

L« Marvin |rfays "Boats" 
Gilhooley, another ex G.I. who 
is the island's most notorious 
drunJcard, brawler, and bum. Al- 
though Gittiooley and Donovan 
are ck»se frmds, they can never 
resist the Of^ortunrty to fi^ 
witfi each ottier — and in Ae 
proce^ — tiwy tmially wre<A. 
Donovan's saloon. 

Romans interest toit U^m& 
Wayne and Lee Marvin fa pro- 
vided by towly Elizabeth Alto 
and everybody's favorite, Dw- 
othy Lamour. ElboA^eA Alto is 
perhaps best kiwwn as tlw gM 
who saM "And away we go" <» 
the old j£K:kie Gleasoo Show. 
Since then Ae has a|::^ear«! ia 



Over the years, Kjcial security 
benefits have b^n increased b^ 
amendments to the law. 1963 is 
the first year in which the maxi- 
mum benefk of $127 per wxMi&\ 
will b^ome payable to work»s 
68 years ol ^ or ojdo' who 
have had eammgs of $4800 or 
more in every year since 1958, 
ami $4200 or more in earlia 
years. 



TV 

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■^M Maiqwara^ Nrty," M pf«- 

wmfwm IQ B* BWPi^W^a 

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}. Mo'« MHih paHMclaa la H^s Bwy 

Caaaar." 
Cory Grant. Jock HawidnB. 
TmIKb/b. 

4. Sh« It imifl-«4ar brida is Benaa- 

SO S luP^rt WKQmm 

imii 9kmwiMu Kay »arr. 

Aon* ■oncrefl. 
C Aa M faiK4a Isod hi MBfta, 

'•Unf of Mm niybar IMat." 
SiyMaUroa. T*nylto«rs. 



J .'iSAS A|pjl^~2 . 
fMMS|A BBIllSaiOf C 'iSMSIOM 

■4>H «s«tHa ^MJH >|Vi4MNV 



many ^e* and TV roks, Ae 
BMt iK^ble erf whKh was Juliet 
in Peter Ustinov's "Romanoff 
and Juliet." This is ter first fea- 
tured rote m a oration picture. 

Dapodiy Lamour i«ems ri^ 
at hone in a Soi^ Sea movie, 
no douM tecause ^e became 
famous as the "Sarong Girl" and 
appear^ in scores <rf movies set 
in ^ Tro{»cs. 

I^izd)etii A^ plays Anelia 
I>e(feun, TH. De&am's dau^- 
ter. aie is a ^^ry prcwer Bos- 
t<mian who trav%b to me Maml 
to dieck up on her father v%> 
nevw r^umed* to Boston after 
the Second World War. Before 
long she meets Dtmovan, and 
soon falls in love with his brawl- 
ing, ma^uline ways. She also has 
to fij^t off tt» atteittiims of 
Cesar Romero, who plays tf» 
iortune-huntii^, foppish govo'- 
iwr d the island. DofnAy La- 
mour plays f^ew, tiK local 
torch ai^r. I^ur wants to 
niarry aira settle down with Gil- 
bocriey who loves her but loves 
bocne and fighting with Dono^n 
BMHe than anything else. 

"Donovan's Reef was dtnot- 
ed by John Ford who is intCTWi- 
tionally famcHis for his work in 
action and adventure films. ^Jn- 
der his direction "Domwit's 
Reef' emerges m a beai^M ial 
very colorfri movfe, full of Ae 
Jcrfm Wayne bnnd <rf w;tto and 
also packed vntt oomic heart- 
wanmuig situftAow. I^MbeA 
Allen adds considiMriHe ehnm 
and sophisticatifxi to die move, 
and it is v^ uras^ to see Lee 
Marvin/the met <rf TV's "U- 
Squad," play (fee rote «l a 
dumb-but-lov^34e, b r a w 1i a g 
beachcomber. 

"Donovan's lUcf w^ pro- 
duced by John F(ixd Produc^ns, 
reteased by Paramout 'K&mm, 
aiKi is based on oia^mk mrtaial 
by Puli^r Prize "Hmsemg iMhor, 
lan^ Midiener. 



Little lltitre 
Chooses Play 



VTRGINL^ BEAOI — S^m 
Hakim, chaimwn of Play Remi- 
ing fat the Vi^inu Beadi Littte 
Thwtre anivHim^d this w«k 
that the sel^tion of dw diree 
plays for the coming season is 
completed. 

Tliey are: "Haj^y Birthday" 
by Anita Loos, to be directed by 
Clii Cai Livety; "tSlass Man- 
agerie" by Tennessee Williams, 
to be directed by Larry W^- 
liwns; and "Waltz ^ the Toread- 
ors" by Anouihl, to be directed 
by Penny Martin. 

The dates wM be Oetofcer 10, 
11, 12, 18 and '19; November 
HtL 22. 23, 29, and 30; and Feb. 
13, 14, 15 21 and 22, 

AH thr» plays will be given 
in the new Piayw>u8e now being 
renovated in ^ Courtyard on 
17th Stre«. 




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\TOGWIA BEACH — ffmd- 
imi ma^ tlk J^uxei at Ibt 
SittBm& School olIlM Mwebittm 
for ]{^Nat!h and Enli^^iunt 
iMw underway and laiting 
throu^ Au^^ 10th will be J^s 
^lam oi Kew YaA, author of 
tile recently puiblMed and widely 
iKxdajmed bwik, **Doar to the Hii- 
ture." 

Steani, fora^rty associate edi- 
txff oi Newswedk azKi »ithor of 
seveal books, wiH lecture eviery 
day this week from 11 am. to 
noon on the subject of his latest 
book, "Proptocy Part and Pres- 
ent," diseussing its accuxsK^ aM 
meanmg to imiAind. 

A n o t h e r prominent lecturer 
will be the Rev. Dr. l/meVi R. 
Diitzen of (New York, a Presby- 
ietim c^ergyinan, now eKchttige 

dl of C%und»s^au13ior of mem 
lel^ous iKKJiks sjkl well known 
m :a^m^ MVsfmmpM r^o 
ne^maim, who Will le^ire on ti» 
Old and New Teslaaipte exaa- 
ined in tlw li^ ^ At Edpr 
O^ ridings. iUs leetises wiU 
take place at 11 a.m. to noon 
every day nett w^k. 

Or." Andrew C. Tui^?©^ pro- 
|»K»r of phUos(^hy at GHA Do- 
oai^n C(^ge, will lectaire at the 
msm hour throughout the third 
week of the School <m "The Es- 
sen^ «id flie Dead Sea ScroUs." 
Twenty awrees of stt«ly, under 
» m»By different t^bch^s, will 
be offered in the teim of the 
ScbfxA. "njese will include a 
coui«e on "A Fhil<»ophy of 
Health." one on "Guiding the 
Child," another on "Gurdjieff and 

lOt^ensky" and others on reli- 
gion and the Bible and kindred 

^subjects. 

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VirtfniM ki the ClMfc't Offte* of 
Nw Clmrfl ^wt # tfw CMy ef 
MtfiU^ ftaaifc w Mm 21et d^r 
of ^ma, 1961 

MCMAHCBtY 
THE SaKHX. B(MflD OT THE 
OJTY OF VIRGiNIA BEACH, 

Cogqdfdaant 

V. 

T1^ 1^X3, aii^y, fli»c«soi« is 
titto and deviseei of 
WaiMH C. BOREOUGHS, 

(tecetsed 

and 
AAfY F. THOMSON, MARY E. 
FOiSmSR, MAETUA A. WOWNE, 
VBGINIA C. GASEISON, 
ttie deceased ^ughters^MKl tiie 
only heirs^t^law of the aid Wil- 
liam C. Borrou^; the coi^}rts, 
assigns, su<xeSsors in title and 
lioi creditors of any of the said 
heirs or devisees, and all other 
parties who may iKive an interest 
in the aibjed n^Oet of this suit, 
who are made parties defendant 
by the general deschption of 
'IPARTEBS UI^<I0W3^* 

Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the complainant to reform deed, 
to d^dare restriction invalk! ami 
to construe refNircluffie optton in 
^ed, on the ftiUowiag draerflbed 
property locked in KempsvQle 
Bcnx}ugh of the City off Virginia 
Be«:h, Virginia <fonnerly Kemps- 
viUe Magisterial District of Pnn- 
oc»5 Anne County, Vii^inia), <»n- 
veyed to School Cormnas»oiias 
of tiK County of Prinoe^ Anne 
by deed of William C. Scmmiglu 
(now deo^sed) dated Mi^, IflM, 
duty of record in tiie C^Nk's Of- 
fice of the Circuit Ccmrt of the 
City of Vii^inia Beach, Vii0nia, 
in Deed Bo(ft 43, at page 261, 
,to-wit: 

Al that e^itaia unimproved 
lot, piece or pared of land, ^tu- 
ato, ^g and being in Kwqie- 
vllle Borough of the City of Vi^ 
gima Beach, Viiginia .(fonserty 
KenQwriUe AbgistMn^ iMitzlct of 
PriiKiesB Anne County, Vlrgmia); 
ttKi parcel 93mg knovm and des- 
ignated as "iFiee School Lot. Prin- 
cess Anne Co. S^moI Board" on 
a plat made lor Natioiad B^as- 
Hess, Inc., dated November 24, 
1069, duly of rword in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of tiie 
City of V^ginia Beach, Vii^inia, 
in Map Bo^ 49, at page 8, and 
with reference to said plat, in<a« 
particularly d^cribed as ftdtows: 

Bi}CrIN^fING at a pipe in the- 
w«8tem Use of Rt. 647, which 
point is in the dlvittti^ Un«^ be- 
t^^ IH'operty of Prin^as Anne 
County School Board and the 
property herdjy conveyed, and 
which, point of be^nning is iriso 
soothe-ly 605.17 feet trma tiie 
ij^«ecti(m of Rt. ^ and Itt. 647, 
as shown <m said jdaA; thence 
from said pouit of b^^nnii^ 
North 6r IT West a distance of 
147.6 feet to a pipe; tiMnce North 
23' 16' East a di^ance of 147.6^ 
feet to an old pin in the we^era 
Me of said Rt. 647; thence S«^ 
2$' 16' W^ along, the waters 
Une of said Rt. 647 a <&^an(» of 
147.6 i&ei to a i^w, the poiiH or 
pla<» of beginning, excefiting 
therefrom the eastern twelve (1^ 
fart of sakl par(^ of land con- 
veyed for highway pui>M@ by 
^d S^Kd B<»rd to ^te of 
Virginia, by its deed <te^ ^andi 
1% 1962, <^y of tmoA in tte 
aforesaid Clerk's Offfoe in D»e<t 
Book 722, H {Wge ^6. 

Aa Afi^vU having been, m^ 
that tb6 4ete(tert, WiUaa 0. 
BontH^hs died iirte^te nribf^ 
(y«M to l^oesdMir 12, 1^4 mad 
pnat to March ^; 1867, mr^^ 
St the iimB <A hn 4eitii by fow 
daii^ters, lumiel^. the «i4 Aav 
F. 'BhflBMPHi ib^ t f^Mto* 
l^iitba A. Brow^ ai» Vo^iii 



G. SairilMi, iMi oi^ heiiMMnr, 
aad whft we now dewws od, and 
tasQutt tiui ds^ment says ttuit 
tte« ura «i QMor le ftiilks in- 
tepe^d te tte aubje^ matto* of 
Oi^ Mit whose mmes are un- 
loMwa, tt^d irto maf be asse 
tal^ described ait tlw ccmuti, 
mhI^i^ mcMi^a^ in titte and 
Xen oacMut of wM heirs or de- 
visees, and all a^m fwiti^ wte 
may have an i^eraift tai the salb- 
^ im^tM- of ttiis suit whose 
names n« m^urara, and who aie 
madto puttee deteidant by the 
g^nti 4mais^m ^ 'PAIHIES 
WlKNOWIf'. 

It is aODWm thM the said 
defendio^ do iqipear within ten 
(10) di^ aft^r dot {kA>Mo^ob 
h^eol and do what is necessary 
to protect (heir interests. 

It » im^simDmS) that 
ttua netiea be iMUtidied in the 
Vbl^flia Beach Sun^^tows, a news- 
1^9^ hMitai a gemial circida- 
tion in the <§y of Vir|^ Beach, 
Vii^ima, oimSb a we^ tor ftur (^ 
suf^^ve weeia. 
TeakK 
KXXN V. iFBPiraiSS, Owk. 
BY: ilaiy M. "Witte, D.c: 
Robert hm Simpsffiti, p.q. 
Beach l^atre BuMding 
^rgiPit ttaarii. ^^gnia 

e-274TH 



UEGAI. NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given that on 
July 22, 1963 at 10:00 a.m., or as 
soon thereafter as I may be heard, 
I wiU appear before the City 
of Virginia Beach irt its regular 
meeting in the courtroom of the 
CkoM Court of said dty, to pre- 
sort an applkati<m for a permit 
to movfe the large frame dwelling, 
presently located at 200 39th 
l^reet, Vir^nia Beach, to Lots 1 
and 2, Block 5, Ubermeer in said 
city. 

• George P. IDarden, Jr. 
7-ll'2TH 



asm-Z^ai FCm IMMEDIATE ACTION 



ANNOy^XMENTS 



19 SpeeieMiieNceB 



IMAm rOLK^TVLE BANJO 
Qualiflied tutor with prof^si(»al 
bad^ound wiU teach y<Ni to 
play the traditional 5 atrii^ 
banjo. Mountain, Folk and 
ISuegrass st^es taught Also 
Folk GuitJT. 428^168. 



RiWrEAVING COURSE ^ Won- 
4&tul eaner in <KNiq>letofy un- 
crowded field, eitl^ fuU or 
part time, at hoo^ or in shop. 
Home study <^arse. C^ JU 
8^162 or HO 4-1147 for com- 
fdete detjuls. 



11 Trans|M>rtetieii 



ATLANTIC -PACMC DRIVE- 
AWAYS. INC. — We will de- 
liver your car to or from any 
city. Bonded drivers. Call 625' 
0604. 

BUSIh^SS SRVICES 
30 AmalianCT Services 



A^ERCHANDISE 



93 HouMhold Goods 



CO0KSrK)VE>-EleGtEic, Uka stm, 
apartment aiad. Cal GA 
8.2«e. 



FUBNITUllE-4lattKss and 
spitafi. books, (teste, chairs^ 
tables, cl^jts. All v^y i^mm- 
a^ Hirtz Bamat at Oceana. 
Open 9 to 9. GA8-70e8. 



RUCKS— 9x12 lintdmun for evoy 
rmun in the house. HM casn 
and cany (no deatorsi Walsh 
Furniture, 17th St Baltic. 



VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone GA 84222. 
Fuel Feed'& Building Sup- 
plies, Inc. 

EMPLOYA/^ENT 



40 Help Wanted— Female 



Need desperately a responsible 
woman to live in. Light house 
keeping and child care for 
working mother. Small salary. 
Referraices. CaU 428-5^4 be- 
tween 10 ajn. and 2 pin. 



CommonwMhh of Virginia, In the 
Circuit Court of Mm City of Vi^ 
Hhtia BMdi, on ttie 24th day of 
June, TW3. 

CARLTON GRIMES, Plaintiff. 

i^fainst 
OORiA LEE GRI&^S, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Ibe object of this suit is to 
obtun a ^v(Hce A Vinculo Matri- 
monii fix}m the said <tefendant 
upon ihe grounds of tiu^e-years 
ccmtinuous ^par^^on. 

And m aMdavit havinf been 
nade asA MeA Qat the defendant 
is a non-rea^nt of the State of 
Vir^no, ^ last known post of- 
fiM «Min»s being Florida and 
Uurt due diligence has been used 
to asc^tain m what County or 
Corporation the defen<tot is with- 
oat effect. 

Not resident of the State of 
Virginia, it is ordered that she do 
i^pear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what niay be 'nece^ary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 
Aflopy — ^Tetfe: 
JOffl<r V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

, BYiMary M. White, D.C. 
BRYDGHS & BROYLES, p.q. 
1369 Laakin Road 
Pro{essi(H|al Ku^i^ 
Virginia B^ach, Virgkiia 

■^274TH 



42 Help Wanted-Mal* or Femalo 

POUm-A^J WOBK— girl or boy, 
over 18. Must be experiMiced. 
Apply in person at Alexander's, 
2i&th and Atlantic. 



43 Position Wantod— Female 



Furniture of all kinds upholstered 
and refini^ed. Free estimates, 
reasoni^le prices. Automobite 
s^ cove^ toitt, and headliih 
ers aU cuaKun made and fitted. 
Hillt(^ Upholsterii^ Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phcme 
^1797. We buy and sell new 
and used furniture. 



95 Lawn-<^rcbn Supplies 



TOP SOIL — F<»- sale. Loci^ed 
rear of Mille» Disop»t Store 
across from Princ&s .^me 
I^aa. W. T. flutchins. CaU 426- 
1657. • 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



110 Apartments Unfurnished 



NORTH END— Unfurnished du- 
plex, 5 large rooms. Heat and 
water furnished. Yearly lease, 
137.50 per month, availirt>le at 
once. Call 428-8844, after 5 
p.m. 428-1735. 



Very desirable, 3 bedroom apart- 
ment. For information, call 428- 
3068. 



RENTAL mAL ESTAT8 



11 7A Rental Usflngs Wanteck 



Needed now~l, 2 awl 3 bednom 
unAiml^hed ^wrtraeiMi and 
houses. Cidl Mm H. Wm, Real 
E^te. ^8^322. 



REAL ESTATE FC» SMJ 



134 Houses Fw^ Sale 



BAY COLONY— Lovely 3 bed- 
room. 2 bath h<Hne on 100' x 
190* corner loL Bri(* v^eer, 
oil heat, one bedroom s^con- 
diti<Mied. Irao^diate poss^iscm. 
Financing available. Owner. 
CaU GA 8-2401 days and GA 
8-MOl after 5:30 p.m. 



BELLAMY MAI«>R 

IW DOWN PA YBfflffr 

and $115 monthly for custom 
built brick ranch with 3 bed- 
rooms, 2 l^ttbs, 2 car prage 
on large wooded lot CaU J. F. 
Peters anytime, 341-2332, UL 
5-4379. 

GOODMM^-SEGARJHOG^ 
Home of Mr. Bu^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

GOOD WA-rajRfSONT 

pToperty. Air<onditioning, ^at 
ity - constructed, ^lit - tevel in 
one of Virginia Beach's mort 
prominent sections. AU lai^e 
rooms including 3 fuU ibatt^i 
and lar^ recreation room. 
Owner anxious to seU. CaU any- 
tinte Herm West, 341-3232, 341- 
2079. 

GOODMAN«BGARJHOGAN 
Home of Mr. Bu^ 



111 Apartmonts Furnished 



MAN OR WOMAN to supply es- 
t£ri[>lii^ed customers with fam- 
ous Watkins products in city 
of Norii Virginia Beach. No 
investment. Earnings $2.50 per 
hour and up possible. FuU or 
parttime. Write Watkins Prod 
uots, Inc., D-75, Wiiwna, Minn 



FOLLY RANCH. 1400-17th St., 
clean, modem rooms, effici- 
encies. 1 and 2-bedroom apartr 
ments. Reasonable weekly, 
monthly, or annual rates. 



22N!D ST., 210—1 and 2 bedroom 
furnished ajartments. Yearly 
and seasonal rental. 



KESIGSGRMW 

ELEGANT 
4 bedroom, 2 story Colonial on 
large woocted lot in exchisive 
neighlwrhood. Features foraial 
dining room, eat-in kitchen, 
den, recreation room, serened 
porch, 2% baths. 1 Year oW. 
Selling due to ini^irass trans- 
fer. Cidl J. F. Inters ai^tane, 
341-3232, UL 5-4379. 
GOOOMAN-SBG ARiHOGAN 
Home of Mr^JBusy 



44 Position Wanted^-A^le 



Retired Navy Officer available 
for ni^t management position 
in any field. Dial GA 64501. 

50 Business Opportunities 



DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT — For 
sale. With long lease. Thriving 
business. ExceUent location. In- 
quire at 428-9680. 



SI Boats For Rent 



Comnwnwoalth of Vii^inief Int^ 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court of tho City of Virginia 
Boach, on the KMi day off June, 
1963 
Gim BENJAMIN WHALER, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
QLOIMA I^A VAUONE SCOTT 
WIffiELiai, Deiendani 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object ot this suit is to 
oMain a divorce from the bond 
of matrimony from the said de- 
fendairt, upm \he groui^ of sep- 
aiatiim vidtbcwt interruption or 
coMDitatitti for a period of more 
than tlnee years. 

And wx affidavit havin^g been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the Stale of 
Vii^nia, tl» last taunm post of- 
ft% aiidiem being: 18 Havre 
Bie^ JSast Bi^ton, Masachu- 
a^ts. 

Not resident of the State of 
Vir^nia, it is ordered that ste do 
appear Iwre within ten (10) days 
a^r <tae pibliiation hereof, and 
(^ 1^1^ may be nec^sary to pro- 
tect bee bd&^ in tUs suit: 
A ceiy , T artis 
Kmi V. f^rmSB, Clerk. 
BY: Itay U. WhUe, D.C. 
Al^camkp P. .Sout^ p.q. 
gresji Butttt^f 
Nt^Eilk, ^^^^^ 

»-274'I|H 



HOUSEBOAT— By Day or Week, 
Complete gaUey, steeps 5. Bob 
D^anley, 428-5444. 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS-122.88 
completely instaUed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four Unes 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, 'Feed 
& Building Supply. Inc. 



91 Building Materials 



flULlLDOZER — 1960 AUi*Chai- 
mers, H. D.-^llE, Complete 
with bkKie and we3K±. Excel- 
leirt condition. 1964 hours total 
engine time. Less than half 
original price. iMr. Whitehurst, 
GA 8^886. 



93 Household Goods 



APPLIANCES-^Bai^M in good 
used refrigerators, frewars, 
ranges, washing machines, dry- 
ers. Teims to suit. Hirtz Bazaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088. 



OASSIFIED DISPLAY 



IhgTRUGTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
Of Music 



WUaem^ DIrwtav 

313-3^hStreflt 
Virginia leach 



WILLIAM KILLGROVi 

Insfructen in 

Piano, Org^ Ae«»Rlien 

JU74J466 - 42S.7727 



Ocean Court Motel Apartment 
206-19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



MEROiAhOISE 



Furnished ?nd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom hom^ and apart- 
ments. Short t«TO or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. 
Furnished a n.d unfurnished. 
Monthly and yearly^ rentals. 
Cooper Realty, 208 1911i Street 
Office 428-1330, nights 428- 
6833. 



114 Houses For Rent 



KINGS GRANT — 4 bedrooms, 
fanuly room, 2% baths. Colon- 
ial 2 story, fuUy air-conditioned, 
fireplace, dishwasher. On lake. 
Owner JU 74727. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Mau-y Riganto Auction Co. 



FINANCIAL 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FA5T SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANYTIA^^E 



PROMPT HOME HNANCING 

HOME FEDERAL SA VINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

7«« BOUSH ■TRKCT ■ NONFOUt 

tm* «flK«INWk ICACH BLVB. 

AT THOMAS eOllMCa 



REAL ESTATE 



BAY ISLAND 

TJdewatw's Finest All 
Waterfront Communis 

BAY ISUND 

REAL ECT.4TE CO. 
464-30S» MfMs 0*8-9192 



Ask Your Eyo Physician About 

TRAYLOR'S 

Vtininia Beach's only 

GUILD OPTICIAN 

1369 Laskin Road, Va. Beach 

« Bcnuu^ H. KfeNMHua, M^ 

GAi4«iS-4eM 

BUSINESS SERVICES 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

Have Roofed And Gutttrei Virgkm 
Btacb For The Past 10 Yem 

NEW OR REFM^IR 

qA 8-3369 



Repairs 

Commercial 



Houseli^ 
R^igeratMMi 



DMicn for Wcstii^oas 



Ekdikal Cmdrartnc 
W. C. JOHNSON 

322 - 17th %«ct 

VirgiBk BcMk 

PhoM GA M«71 



sLDRinr 



EXTERMINATC 



ADAMS BROS. 
PUM/IBIM5 OW. 

Plumbing and Hating 

li^pair servl-« and SU{^^ 

v/arm air duct heating 

Chrysler Air ConditJonlii^ 
BVAuBx Tm&m BA tmmam 

WB SERVICB «VAT WB MOA 

41 6-1 7th St. - 6AM73I 



Help build Genend Hos-ffial 
with yaa doUar%-*te ^r 
good hoidtti!! OU m^^ 



Virginia Uw^ SimHWm, ^vM«y« July 18, 1963 
Pad» 



64 



Ji lJ Mli Ml. i MfcM a -ti i l i WTllim il " I I YttWJI l MlH— ■ « < • 




The Mixing Bowl 
ITS 5L TO COOK 

By LUCILE CLARK 
SUN-NEWS FOOD l^ITOR 




WEAR lYEGUSSES TO 
VIEW ECUPSE S/trmOAY 

NEW YORK— The fascinating si^ of a solar eclipse can 
mean permanent eye damMe for those unsuspecting dkH(ken aad 
adults who star at the darkened sun through sunglasses, smoked 
glass, or exposed phott^aphic film dofing New* AR»rica's next 
eclipse on July 20, 1963. — ^^ — 



rr NEVER FAOi 




itfng am o^i beotmie rmitine. 
Wt^ floost <M our smnroer living 
Mting active and out-of-doors, 
tmii^^a» e^aly turns into a la^ 
ftiiRite uifluned affair. Hx din- 
luet meal is ^e time when aU the 
iMifly ^tiMTs and thus should be 
a l^urely n^il lor talking over 
Qw day's ai^riMM. 

On ymir maA d»>pping trip 
vhy not invmUprts y<mr meat 
omoter and ^n a "<U^ ytmr 
ttoM mf^* "wtth « nefw cut of 
SMrt. One trf tte oft-f(H%o«ten 
arts tia^ win present imriety and 
^^teee y<onr faB% atte veal ril> 
diop. Seooae of Uie <teUcate| 
tern <rf t^^^m&g, teodter neat, 
^mA ^i^^ nAMI^ Mend m¥b 

aeaMquM^nt, and {jiTiiAty addi- 
tim to yMT fdaftler, mi^ be 
uteie ^ttUtus fwUdi ta»i« been 
nunoMd to. «i^e juice and 
^rttAM 11^ ^vered itoon^. 
As fiu* idl eute of m^ a trust- 
ed iam^ m y«ir uwnance of 
hii^fert «^kUty. I aiggest altowing 
% pwnd of bone-in nMat p^- 
mrring. Fi«sh vea! ch(^ which 
larve been Icmaely -wrapped in 
waned paper will keep their qual- 
^-to 4 days in yoiff refriger- 

; llie lean veal chops are 
browned in butter with onion 
rinp, md mudiiooms are ad^d 
is <he chops akik skmly. Near 
i^ «ad of co^^ tiie bananas 
ire ^epared and served around 
ftee v^ chops. There will he no 
ifeiti to ring the dinner bell whai 
jpHa famOy begins to smell the 
anma of veal chops with bananas 
ii rwange. 

OMiiMMirilww 
VmI QtBfm «dHi Bananas 
a POrang* 
iln^ fiice 
OttdoiSriM 
flirtleed Grem Pras 

Lto»S^fbet 
Massed Codiffis 
loed Tea 

VEAL CHOPS WITH BANANAS 
A t.'ORAN(BE* 
Yieid: 4 aervhigs 
4 wal rib CIm^ 
Flonr 
% *ick <y4 oip) bu^r or mar- 

^lise 
% ei^ ooum ri^ 
V4 oqp dtod UMuduooms 

3 li^^ooiu birtter <ar margarine 

4 ftM hnusas, pe^£u 
4 enp WB^ Ju^ 
%i^^ toi^d, divered almonds 

S^^^Al d^» ii^ flour. Melt 
%^|p.teMffir in iMM. Brown 
^al fiSa^ 1^ onioi in n^led 
bu^. AM wuisooow. Qjver 
aiMi^^riE ^owir » to 40 minutes 
«• inM ^ to tsOer. 

Melt 2 taUeipomis tatter in a 
sktOet. SwJte nMe bananas for 
aboQt 5 miniite. 'Md on^^ 
joke Mid almo^. ^mmer f^- 
ijr for 5 to 7 nteMes. 

ReoHwe veil to a pb^r. 
Spoon mushr a^M «m! onkHMi 
«9«r 4iie neat Anai^^ ba^nas 
tround veil I^ur lenaintag or- 
Siuce ova- tanoa. Ser^ 



EAL CHOK mm nmr 
<:REAMK«Mei* 



Fkwr 

% cup sliced Ireib nMMdmxmis 

1 cup dairy soui^ cr^mi 

% cup shredded cheddar cheese 

Va i/e$apoon salt 

1/8 tea^KMn peppo* 

UeU butter m a dcill^ Dip 
veal chops into flcMur ami brown 
with mushrooms in nieked iMit- 
ter. Cover and cook slo«idy 35 to 
40 minute or until v^ is tender. 

Remove veal from ^i&t. K^> 
warm. Blend scMir cream, cheese, 
salt, and p^per into billet. Stir 
onutantly over low heat until 
cheese is meUed. Serve over veal 
.dwps. 

I JHere's a different recipe for 
potato saii^— 4^otatoes are so ver- 
satQe there's lAways a new & 
s^^y dif fae»t way to pre^re 
thin— With tius nsc^ Que in- 
gredkttts malie a difference. 

In cotb^ cheese potato salad 
tiie oo^oed diced potatoes snd 
baid-GOcAsed e^s are marinated 
in dairy sour cream la<»d with 
ze^ Italian-style dr^sing. 

Creamy cottage ci^ese is SKld- 
ed, iiMjeaang «ot only the flavor 
but the protein value of the salad 
—so that you may enjoy it as a 
hearty hmcheon entry. Seve it 
mtti a mug of piping hot bouillon 
^id crunchy, buttered garlic 
hre«i. 
COTTAGE CHEESE POTATO 
SALAD 
6^ servii^ 
Rii^ mold, 5*ci^ 
Vi cup dairy sour cream 
2 t^b^poons ItaUan-styte dress- 
ing 
2 cups dio^ cooked potMora 
2 hard-cooked eggs, diced ' 
2 cups cottage clwese 
% cup diced celery 
% cup diced r^ olives 
% cup sliced radisAi^ 
% cup sliced green nmom 
% t^^Kxm salt 
Greois 

hi a large mixing bowl, Idend 
together sour cream and dresang; 
add potatoes and eggs and allow 
to mariiu^ while fneparii^ rest 
of mgredknte. Then, fold in cot- 
tage cheese, <»lery, dives, rad- 
ishes, Miions and «iH; ]^k^ in 
mold, which has been rinsed with 
cold wrter. Chill. When read^ to 
s»ve, unmold on greens and fill 
colter witii vegetable stick reliv- 
es, if desired. 

Of Interest 
To Veterans 

Maurice J. Hungra" of tiie Oi- 
viaon of War V^a^ns' Claims, 
a free service opeat^ed by the 
State <rf Virginia will interview 
veteraM and their survivors m 
Vh^inia Beach between noon and 
4.-00 p.m. on TlMisday, July 25, 
1363 M the Alan B. Shepard Cm- 
ventwn C^ter, 19th St. & Padfic 
Ave. 

(burr's N<Hrf<A new area of- 
fice is at 142 West York Street, 
Suite 218, Pro£e^i<N)al Aits BvM- 
ing, telephoTO 622-9671. 

Huntere in Viiipiia have 
wcem to 1,866,346 acres of 
hunting lands made avaiUable 1^ 
rtate, federal and private agen- 
ck«. This average over six acrra 
tm e«di lico^Bd hunter in the 



he National Society for the 
Prevention of Blindness warned 
here today that there is no safe 
method of looking directly into 
the eclipse without risking incur- 
able bums of the retina from 
infra-red rays of the sun. The 
volunttu*y h^th agency suggest- 
ed other safer means of observ- 
ing the phetK>menofi. 

Past Injuries Repented 

Widespread reports of dam- 
aged vision in Western states, 
especially among school children, 
after a partial eclipse of the sun 
three years ago promptmi die 
NSPB' warning. The State of 
Utah alone counted 31 definite 
cases of eye bums after the 
September 1960 eclipse; all but 
five of the victims were young- 
sters. An estimated 75 children 
suffered retinal bums in the 
State of Washington during die 
same eclipse. 

A solar eclipse resuhs when 
die moon, passing between the 
earth and me sun, hides all or 
part of the sun from our view. 
The July 20th eclipse will bring 
total darkness along a path 
through Alaska, Canada and 
Maine, and a partial covering of 
the sun in the continental Unked 
States, the Carftrfjean area, most 
of Mexico and Central America, 
uid the remainidg parts of 
Alaska, Canada, aiM Maine, ac- 
cording to the American Museum 
— ^Hayden Planetarium in New 
York City. 

Vlaon Aunage bom tfic nn 
is caued whoi tte eye locoes 
(he iiifr»Hred rays m tte mm 
OB the fcliiia, of^iied J(Aa 
W. Vtnttf M.Q^ ateciittve A> 
lector of the Naitonal SodHy 

Aa lITaPBnWIC DBV 

very mmmst to Ikt way • 
itfyii^ 0ma am be used to 
bwn a Me te a piece of |Mqid> 
wtth the sun's rays. 

"Nonnally, the sun is much 
too bri^t foe a per^>n to v^ew 
comfortably. Dr. I^rree pointed 
out. "But during an eclipse 
enough li^t is blocked oaX to 
permit easy obsorvaiticMi. This is 
when the rays do their damage 
— unootked, l^^ause the retina 
is not sensitive to pain." 

When the bum is serious 
enough to scar that small por- 
tion of the retiim where the rays 
were focused, no treatment can 
cure it. The scar causes a defect 
of viskm which may show up as 
a blank spot on whatever die eye 
is lo(riking at. . Very (^en the 
damage strikes oidy one eye be- 
cause people normally close the 
other eye when watching the 
eclipse. 

Use Television 

Dr. Ferree advised that the 
July 20th eclipse be observed 
over televisbn wherever possible. 



An image of tte eclipsed sun 
can be |VOjected thnw^ a tele- 
soype or bhioculan oirto a 
white screen. A sbnpte eclipse 
viewer can be creat^ frcwi a 
piece at cardboard: fHinch a 
rcMind hole in the sheet of caid* 
b(»rd so the sun's rays are 
focused thrcHi^ the Hny Me 
onto another caitttx)ara er 
similar white surfiu;e. 

Dr. FerrM* called on parents, 
school persmmel, and doctors to 
help aleri the public, especially 
dildren, to the eclipse dangers. 
"Many adults and many more 
children prfid a (tear and need- 
less fMice in damajged eyesi^t in 
past eclipses. This tragk; waste 
should noc haf^n this year," 
saW the NSPB executiw. 




ii 
ter 
will often be 




tcrrase the 



amount of his sixial security r«- ♦ 
tirement paymenu. 



Linoleum Floor» 

IndivHlueli^ DnK 




nwnl In hoaiM, ofllslh, tbapi, 
itae IndivlduaUy DrtjMa.Jiae- 
tam Floora oaoihr tqmtU a^n- 
9mmst diitluctioA wUili m 
«>«■ floor tnaaMot c«a ourtA. 
OM>.f^ motifi— '<qunctarl^ 1^ a 
wo>#— that give IcaiHivod mt^, 
m iMdcriti &«>eoid May wg 
^ve you sa •mnsli? 

J*C Law £r Son 

NfNtFOLK. VniGINU 
3«li CoHiy 1%m. MA §^^9 

We mtue Boon Itet Atj^alA 



Civic Guide 
Being Planned 

BAYSH>E— Plans for pubUsh- 
ing a civic guide this fall are pro- 
ceeding successfully, it was re- 
vealed at a Ooiindl of Civic 0^ 
gahizations c<nmnittee meetii^ at 
Bayslde last ^vraek. 

During the amnner months 
representatives of the Council 
will be hard at wM'k securing in- 
formation on dty govermnent, 
recreational fadlMies in the city, 
voting and registration data, and 
also soliciting support tram busi- 
ness firms in the area. Substan- 
tial support has idready be^i 
promised, it was amiounced at 
the meeting. 

The project was origins^ au- 
thorized by the Cmutdl last De- 
(mntoer, to meet a need for wider 
dissemination of information 
jtoout the new Ci^ of Vii^inia 
Beach. H<wra of operation and 
services offered by aich fMilittes 
as the Red Cross, Virginia Beach 
Public Library, and the Atlai^ 
Mental Hygi«ie Certer are also 
to be inchided, as <well i^ a Usting 
of churches in the dty wito ad- 
dr^a^ and tetepOwDe mu^rs. 

Ihe project has a ftdl-time 
secretary M 627-6^77, frmn whMn 
lirformation alK>ut tte guide can 
be secured. Churches in the ctty 
not li^ed in the telephone direc- 
tory may be li^ed 1^ reporiiuig 
fun inf(KinMion to the ot^e. 




wUS. 
SAVINGS 



share in THOUSANDS of DOLLARS in CASH 



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l^ STATE LIBRARY 
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VIRGEMA BEACH SUN -NEWS 



PUBUSHED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 




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vol. XXXVIII No. 57 



XaEPHONE CM 8-2401 



VIRGINIA 0tACH, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1963 



6 Pages 



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Youth, 1 S, Robs 
Station Then 
Shoots At Police 

MALIBU — A IS-jiear-old Malibu youtii went b^erk aver 
whU police dcMrftKd u family difficuitiei Mmday and held a 
cme-man oiint wave until ^^r^eDd^l after a sboiH-out with 
police. , , 

llie bc^, whou mmt » bebg witMeld becmse (rf his ^, 
is now in the <teMMk« home at 0mA Bn^ twere he will remdi 
until a Imutag tbiattnf at 9 



aM. in Jwwifle uaA DoBmiis 

l^lloe «M tl» 1}ay w» '^pnA 
4^y Moikligf <HW a iunfly fiisb- 
tem" aiKl went into a n^prixn^s 
lK>uae i^re he Mte a gm and 
two iKom of Iwfiils. tlie boy 
teU poUce he wanted to fet to 
FlorMa. 

Hn ihtn wnt ^to tiie Kna Wo 
iM JNtion liear the ei^t^e to 



A ncrtorlat, WiU^d M. a^nm 
of letO LKiPrt LaiM, Vlfigii^ 
BM^h, iti^ped at ^ MAkn to 
p«. Wh« «lift jMndaat, S^idi^ 
J. fi^NNigh, weiA idto Ihi 4^<m 
to make dhao^ tiie boy Mmd 
him the gui lAl d«nndidl tte 
mon^ from Vha euh rigkta'. 

mM ys^ 9iMt# libwl t^ 
fbn^ l^wv<r,iidttife miA, and 
mMta Kemi^ puS ito totifi^Jde 
^ the waU. I 

The boy ran to the car and told 
IStyran to take him to the but 



the gun. 
Aft«r the ctf teft, Keou^ nm 

Maefr Artist 
Wins Top Prize 

NOWXX£ — «Aitiil Walter 
nnift of Virginia Betdi was 
»wa^6d firat prize of $100 in the 
HofMk Arte FeAival ^rt Show 

IHm Award mm gi^ fn* Ui 
witem>lor «3&kfe, tWed "P!Mo 
Lk^ien." Six Mr«da of ovtt of 
125 msbk wtfe mMte ^ J«^ 
Joe Cox; ^itom tf to Nmth 
C^d-ollna St{^ CoBlia §(^ool of 
Deiign. 

(CenMnu^ en 1h^ 4 



to a neailiy telephone and called 
poU^. Patndman AteMr feH in 
behind tte Styim car and chased 
tiiem down Vk^nia Beadi BouJe* 
vard. On 17th ^reet ihe twy told 
t^ driver to stop the off. He 
Jwi:q)ed from the car and 'iin 
tcr(m a fMd toward 16tti StntA 
with Officer Outwr^bt in pur- 

m. 

He hid from the Officers In a 
lani^ attached to a house in tiie 
700 Modi of Idth Street, occu- 
pied 1^^ Un. Maiy U^. 

Mrs. Vszle said ^ heard n(^ 
e$ in tlw prage aiK! <^ned the 
door. She saw the Ixiy and tdki 
him to 1^ otrt. PoUce said tile 
y<Mtth flailed Uw pm and UM 
her to "shut 19 <? FB shoot you." 

Mrs. UaAe slmnMd the doiff 
a»i ^mped trim the houae 
ttroi^ft me^MS door. 

IVtmi psiKet <^^c^^ b^an 
dosing hi on ^ t>oy, be fwlid 
the gange do<v dom im^kid 
out a window and b^nn sbodt- 



were exchanged. One officer bare- 
ly miffied ii^ury «id itbe boy's 
gu^re hit ttie roof, door and 
hood of me pttavi «ff «ad the 
toor of tiie <k^|catclwt'8 truck. 

The boy finally o^eaed the 
gange door and walked out 
Police said tfaey found seven 
empty, cartrid^ from his gun. 
No om was injured. 

He has been ctuu^ with 
aimed n)U)ary and slw(^ing at 
a police officer, polke said, but 
several otim (jiaiies may be, 
ma^ M^ftxe hfil hearing Thura- 
itey. 

Answering dieicaH Monday 
were Officers Palmer, Cart- 
wright. Saier, PsK%, Beck, Wal- 
lace, Hampt<m, Mollc«n, Dun- 
can, Durham ud Morse, Capt 
R. H. Stone, Sgts. J. J. Wator- 
ficld md Craig, Det. Lt. W. W. 
Davis; and Detectives Perez, 
Lusson and Terijy. 



Locii (^on Favored 
By iC of C Board 

VIRGINIA BEAOFI— In a s(Mnewtiat cauMic fMoluticHi, die 
Vi^inia Be^di X^mber of Ccmunerce M its July Board meetii^ 
oidors^ local OfMkm Illation on ligiuM--by-dift-dtME aad invito 
otiber 0(»nmuaiti» in Ae state to do likewise. 

1^ iesdi^(»i described the pt^ent lk)U(v taws a& "stifling 
the c(mtpetttlw ix}sttion of c^*- 



tain pcntions of ihe state." 

"Hie preseirt Virginia State Al- 
c^iolic B^enige Cotttrol him 
hv/e Mver be^ <provai to be 
suited to all portions of the state 
lunr to have a Imuting effort on 
akolKdic o^RHnptmn tm a re- 
diMdng effect 01^ U#rwBy icd- 
drats." tt esM. 

llw resoltMon {wii^d oiA ihsit 
the new twntf ftkciltties wfll mat 
,oi# naktt M «l^ t<s tourM9 to 
oon^ to to ffi%a, bai will make 
tt mm cmw^aA fex ^em to 
'^«Mh (nq- neM^i^oii t u^mtOi 
wlwe tt^ can en1<v a »w» m^ 
twe attlMte in Vaek eho^ .of 
life 1^ puMll ol ' 

"I%h tBOkKtf 
ataH# ariiM for rriU^ ttm our 
wtdited nd oamNr ndiiie|^t- 
«t^ eanewtfng S^ m»Mt 
Beiw^ CMlml Mnn." to nio- 

"sudi fA wiD nMse to vMt- 
ty naas »oAu 4rf memMoOs oi 
umuf pefMW^ l» to napfr 



, tion to to lurth." 

K said that "these thousands 
extend to enduranee of .th^ 
wakefulne^ to enjoy to laM mln- 
ut«i possible away fr«n Vir- 
gina." 

Nottag that tore are "(»tato 
guanmteed ri^i^ of decisicm toft 
our dtisens i^oidd be allowed to 
exerdse," ttw rsKAitim Itedaied 
tl^ "certein local optkn) kglski- 
tion dKRjid be enarted by to 
^irte tegiite^ire at tts next ses- 
sion, eniM^ to cit^aa of Vir- 
f^ia Be«^ 1^ «^ier iMim «- 
pdlMk:aI sibdi^^fffis tot feel so 
i^toed, to m|te ttmr own de- 
eW^ b^ aeteis^HOi ta to wbett- 
if or not ukA c^ or iwHticd 
stb&^im wiU pmtsM to side 
of ^irf»te t e wag es by to 
<MBk." 

Ilw bMitl votMl to fei4 MIerB 
to ^(^intmt of OoBsat^m <tf 
NwraK, {wumwRn, \^esapiane 
wd Atac^Aia a^i« tot a i^ 
lenelativB "91 taik -w^ Gov- 
«!ior Hertom <» ^Us mtieifk." 



Ihrleii Again 
0hafrnan Of 
Seboo) Board 

PI^ENC^ISS Al#}£— Ltoyd Mir- 
dia was le-^cted chaimian of 
to VirgAia BeiK^ Sdiod Board 
lUiliiiday. 

Murden, who saved » chalr- 
mm 4d to Prim^ss lAnne CkwiAy 
School AaHd from WS^ until to 
mei^er witih Vii^inia Beach Imrt 
Januo^ 1, was returned to to 
chairmaishlp by a reported 4^ 
vote, held ^ to board in execu- 
tive sasion. 

KenoKl h. Jucd was re-eiected 
v^cha^sun and Airs. France 
Brillhart vu named clerk. 

Board mentor Fr^ Isaacs reg- 
i^red hj». d^tisfaiHlon . when 
low biddere were announced for 
stadiums tA Frmk W. Cox and 
Floyd Kellam high schools. 
, 'Why* do toy grt piefer^ice 
ovef ul^" IsiMcs asked. He was 
referi^ to to n^ for a new 
stadttim^ at Virginia Beach High 
Sdtool. 

School Superintendant F I* a n k 
Cox ai^eed tot "there is no ques- 
tion the baSHh and phyacal edu- 
cation UMtim at Vuiinia Bti^h 
Hi^ ^ool ne^ ui^radii^" 
but, he said, "I doid>t serioudy 
tot we'M goix^ to be able to do 
all we mnt to do a^ i^ed to do 
at Vii^nia l^i£^ under to pres- 
ent tetdpi." 

W. B. ilBWdith, n. Inc. was 
low bidder om two 4,200^e»t 
rtadMvns to be constructed at 
TobA Cms. aiid Floyd KeUam 
hi||i sc^ds. Ilw w»rk is to be 
doM fm- 9436,000 mthin 240 
di^ ti , 

T^ mMA bond ttnii 
to 

•ciraffi 

tkm to to ^W# Wffikms Scho<d 

Stlffler Named 
By S-D Firm 

mmom-^mm R. Stlffler, 
{ff^dent of Che»p^tke Adv^- 
tising Ckirporation, will become 
director wdf nMoteting (for to 
&ni^-Dou^lass C(mipai^ (m Aug- 
ust I, Executive Vice President 
J. H. Culp^pe* ann<mnced today. 
Stiffler oi^anlzed the Chesapealce 
Advatieing ^epcy in 1958 aiKl 
has leaded it since. 

StM^fte" joined the Smith€>oug- 
]am Oompany in 1953 after two 
yean service during the Korean 
War with to U. S. Navy in Nor- 
folk. Priw to that, he had seven 
years ei^rience in sMes and 
jprafAdc arts in Oes Moines, Iowa. 
Bte attened to University of Iowa 
and is a gr«iuate of St. Ambrose 
C^ege in ^at state. After join- 
tly S^ntth-Douglas, he was named 
Qie company's advertising man- 
ager in 1^8. In 1958, he switched 
to to Chesapeake Mveitising 
Agmcy and im directed it skice. 
Jn his new duties, he wiU orpnize 
and direct a marketing diviaon 
for Smith4>ouglass, which will 
eirtail sales training, market re- 
sear^ package desi^, jdvertis- 
Ing. and r^ted duties. 

^iffter is pi^ ^nesklen't of to 
Narfolk Advertising Cli*. past 
t»eAdeiM of Child & FamUy 
Servke, toe., chairman of the 
ChanAer of Commerce PiMc 
RelaUons Cwnmittee, aikl a direc- 
tor of Norfolk-Portenotith Sales 
Executive dub. He i^ an elder 
in to Fii^ Presbyterian Church, 
Vir^^nia Beach, a lieutenant com- 
QttDder in the U.S. Naval Re- 
serve, and is active in numerws 
other civic and ciwritable (Mrgani- 
zations. 

Ife nedia with ha wife, J^oi, 
ai^ two children, Doug and 
Diane, in N<ath Ato^ton. 




(Navy Photo) 
MMshipmen on "parade at Little Cr^k last Thursday evening. 

iMidshipmen Hold Evening Parade 



Lmi.E CREEK — Jfearly 900 
mWshipmen, the NROTC Regi- 
ment currently undergoing train- 
ing here at tlittle Creek, took (part 
in a colorful evening parade 
Thursday night. 

H^ point of to cerenwny 
■was to presentirtiiii of an or- 
ganizaUoniil flag aA to national 
eraign to the raiAihl^nen i^- 
mental conunander by Rear Ad- 
miral JaniN C. Dempsey, com- 
mancter Ao^pbibious Training 
Command. 



Joyce MeCleslcy 
Lotus Queeiii 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Miss 
Joyw Anne McClesky was 
I cpeen of to» ninth ja- 



INDEX 



SOCIfTY 



EDITORIALS 
PUNERALS _ 



■NI^RTAINMONT 
CLASSIPIfD .. . 



IhilM at to Cavaher Beach aiKi 
Ctfyam Club. 

Ihe 18-year-old beauty is to 
daubster of Mr. and iMrs. Ben C. 
McOtesky of Princess Anne. A 
June gHKkiate of Buenan Acad- 
emy in Gain^viUe, Ga., i^e was 
sponsored by Tabernacle Metho- 
dist Church, and earned to title 
0V«" six OMite^ants'on a penny- 
a-'vote basis. 

The totus f^tivai, iMld yearly, 
will continue through Wednesday 
of this week. It is ^)onsored by 
to Cape H«uy Woman's Club. 

FesUviti^ of thf week inclwle 
to Lotus iBaU, boat rides totnigh 
the Lotus Ganteis and worsbip 
services at Tabermde Methodist 
Church, adjacent to the gardens. 

The Lotus Gardens along Ta- 
bernacle Creek at Sandbridge 
re|wesent the largest growth of 
Native American Ij^us found 
anywhere. 

A concert by to Continental 
Aroiy Band Wedtosday at 8 p,m. 
on to Coi^ Guard Station lawn 
at 24th Street, Virginia Beach 
Borough, will conclude to fesU- 
wd. , 




In addres^g the midshipmen 
and as^mbled guests. Admiral 
Demp^y poin'ted out the impor- 
tance of military readine^. ". . . 
In any natimal emergency," he 
asserted, "the Amphibious Force 
is to first on the line." "It be- 
hooves us to be ready at all 
times." 

This year, to NROTC midship* 
mai i^present 36 colleges and 
universities of the Eastern and 
Mid-weitem United States. Iliey 
arrivedv for training irt L i 1 1 1 e 
Creek on July 7-8 and will depart 
following to amphibious landing 
exercise-on July 2S. 



Koch 




NORFOLK — Rear Admiral 
George P. Koch, USN, was^-RT- 
lieved as Cwnmander, Fleet Air 
Wings/Fleet Air WiiM FIVE, 
U.S. Atlantic Fleet, by Rear Ad- 
miral Nonnan C. Gillette, USN, 
at 10:00 a.m. on &rturday, July 
20th. 

The ceremony, held in Sea- 
plane Hanger 31 at to Naval 
Air Station, Norfolk, was at- 
tended by over 200 guests, in- 
cluding Admiral H. P. Smith, 
USN, Commander in Chief, U.S. 
AtlantK Fleet, Vi(» Admiral E. 
B. Taylor, USN, 'Commander 
Anti-submarine Warfare Force, 
U.S. Atlantic |='leet, and Vice Ad- 
miral F. O'Bieme, USN, Com- 
mander Naval Air Force, U. S. 
Atlantic Fle«f(. 

On July 111, Admiral Kodi 
will assume command of Naval 
Air Reserve Training with Head- 
quartirs at the Naval Air Staticm 
Glenview, 111. 

Admiral Gillette has served as 
Commanding Officer of to Nor- 
folk Naval Air Station. He was 
selected for Rear Admiral in 
May. 




MI^ JOYCE ANN MpCLESKY 



Armed Men 
Get $2,000 
Frcm Motet 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 
armed held up the Whtte Heron 
Motel late Sunday night and made 
off with about $2,000, Virginia 
Beach Police said Monday. 

Det. Lt. W. W. Davis said tot 
two men came into' the hotel 
about 11:30 pjn. and forced to 
night clerk, Stephen W. Beda, to 
open the safe. 

The robbers took to estimated 
$2,000 ton .bound Beda with 
cord and left him in a washroom. 
He managed to free himself a 
short time later and caUed police, 
Davis said. 

It was firai reported ttert to 
two men made off with $1,000 
but this f^re was changed to 
$2,000 Monday afternoon. .The 
actual amount is still undeter- 
miiwd. 

The case is being investigated 
by Det. S^. R. O. Davis and De- 
tectiws Al Shnith and William 
Currte. 

Matii Study 
More Exciting 

PRINCESS ANNE— Tlie newly 
adopted textbooks to be placed 
in to Virginia Beach Schods this 
fall, reflect mme of the changes 
tot are making the ^dy of 
mathranatics a more excUii^ »ih- 
Ject for today's schookhiMren. 

New textooks are ado{^ted tm 
a six-year basis but new books 
sse sot Mlaptedrift eadb^MMect 
at to same time. "Rie adopoaos 
this year were primarily to to 
f«:lds of maUiematfcs and phyacs 

Adoptions are made from liats 
of books which the State Board 
of Education first approves and 
ton submits to local committees. 

The "new mi^" represented 
by this year's adaptions is de- 
signed to let students gain an in- 
sight into mathematics by discov- 
ering the "hows" and "whys" of 
arithmetical functions in begin- 
ning to early grades, rarther ton 
depending on teaming them by 
rote. 

"The so-called 'modem math' 
doesn't mean discarding all of to 
older methods of teaching, 
though," says F. E. Taylor, High 
School Supervisor. 

'It's more a matter ot new 
terminology and emphasiiing dif- 
ferent phases. The naath itself 
isnt new but educators have se«i 
a need for having the student 
indicate more initiative. The stu- 
dent nowadays is zsked to da- 
cover rather than repeat. 

"This doesn't mean that drifl m 
unnecessary ibut it does mean teas 
learning by rote," according to 
Taylor. 

Grades three toough seven 
will be using to Harcourt Brace 
World Arithmetic Series, yM<!h 
provides an understanding of to 
.basics of algebra by relating them 
to addition and subtraction. 

As Taylor puts it, "The mod^n 
math tries to tie all matomatics 
wMi a c<Miimon thre«l." 

Included in the adopti«Mis for 
grades eight through twdve are 
six new mathenwitics textbooks. 

i*Iane and solid geometry are 
co-ordinated in one ibook and will 
be taught as a single coui». Since 
the unified course was not given 
last year, a separate cwrse in 
solid geometry will be continued 
through to 63-64 school y^r for 
those students who have not yet 
taken solid geometry, aocordmg 
to Taylor. 

The new adc^tions also inchuk 
a basic textbook in physics and 
an optional phj^cs textbook 
which is intended for we wRh 
classes of outstanding studei^. 

Two dictionaries will also be 
placed in use this fall. Hiey are 
to Macmillan Studeirts Editkm 
of to Concise Webster's New 
WorM Dicti(»iary of tte Am^ 
can Language, tor grades eigM 
through twel'^, aiMl the CoH^ 
«litk>n of the New W<»id Dte- 
tionary oi to Amerioia LaD> 
guaf^. 



Ocean Park Area 



Councii Hears 
Protests Over 
Pari( Faciiity 

, VIRGINIA BEACH— Construction of a recmatic^l facility 
m to Ocean Park area of Bayside Borough has toudied off a q^arfc 
of protest from stMnc of the nearby property owMrs and toir 
opinions reached City CouncH Monday throu]^ a %iemoranduni. 
of understanding." 

Signed by 17 persons with homes ami fKoperty bordering dip 
proposed Kellam Park stte, to 



dooiment vrats r«td to council by 
City Manner <W. Russell Hatoh- 
ett. 

The memorandum stotes tot 
to area was designMed as Lock 
Havm Park on to original plat 
and maps of the Ocean Park com- 
munity and the s^poen state toy 
"have been given to understand 
that this area . . . bdimgs to to 
property owners of Ocom IRark," 

"The natural area of this park 
has always been an ^traction and 
influenced many of us in locatu^ 
here, believing tot the area 
would Tonain in more <»r l^s its 
naturid ^te, a refuge for birds, 
rabbits and squirrels." 

Weman't ^Hib Pro{«^ 

Work on Kellam Pari^ a pro- 
ject of to Ocean Park Woman's 
Chib, was started July 13 and the 
document states tot "this area 
mm AwMt compietely destroyed 
as a bird and wilAife saiKJtuary." 

The residents, i^cocding to the 

about to propoaod iniildiiig of a 
recreation area tor to City of 
Virginia Beadh to use "in aidi a 
rejected area where m influx oi 
persons from Virginia Beach, 
Norfolk, various armed j^foroes 
otn be e]q>ected, conge^g this 
small conmuinity which is 



F^rk properly beloi^L" 

The statemeirt was signed fay 
Wilson P. Ashley Sr., Vfamelte 
Ashley, Bemice D} Isaia^ Robert 
E. Padon, Ami M. Padon, J. T. 
Trayhom, lillian R. Strayh<ffn, 
Bert C. Barker, Ethel Barker, 
C. W. Thomas, Marjwie Tb<xBas, 
Mrs. E. A. Baum, Mrs. E. R. Ay- 
era Sr., Edward N. B«un, R. H. 
OraiMr, ElkriMlh A. Oxmer aoi 
Marim V. Artier. 

Bayside Councilman larry 
Marshall told council he would 
meet with the regents and dis- 
cuss their grievances. Cwndl 
took ao action. 



Navy Man 
Is Injured 



suitabte for such an activity." 

IIm p eH H onen asked fhat 
council itabiliaa to sMidy aroa 
racenfly left devoid of vagefa- 
Men and HmI hmdt, rMourcM, 
mMarlah^ manpowar and "full 
and ad e qu a t a mMiit" be avail- 
dile to pravide fwidng, sani- 
tary facilitiM, policing, super- 
vision, paridng rigns Mid pro- 
per drainage. 

"It is considered in^)erative 
that in»»diate action be taken to 
^sure tot good judgment is 
utilized in a matter that has al- 
ready served to split Uie com- 
munity," to memorandum states. 
"We further desire to be officially 
nt^fied as to whom Lock 'Haven 



-r7C$ff^-oia 
Navy man w^ seva^ injured 
Saturday ttvmung when tlM nH>- 
torcycte he vms driving coilid^ 
with a tiuck at Bitdneck Road 
and 22nd S. extended. 

Raymond W. Hiem, of tot "IT. 

Trailer City was taten to Vi^irfa 

not I Beach Genend Hospital where bii 



Norfoilc Man 
Burned In 
Boat Explosion 

LYNNHAVBN — A N r f o 1 k 
man suffered aev^K shock ami 
first degree bums when to out- 
board engine of his 19-foot cmis- 
er exploded about a mile off 
Lynnhaven Inlet Sunday. 

Thomas 0. McRary, 42, of 338 
Fairfax Ave., was admitted to 
DePaul hospital at about 9 a.m. 
after being brought to shore by 
another boat. 

McRary said tot the accktent 
occurred about 5:30 when he 
loosened the cowling to iB^>ect 
his 75^hw^)owffl* motor. The mo- 
tor btew up, he sakl, knocking 
him overboard. The boat Imn^ 
to to waterline. 

' He was hauled from the water 
by the crew of to llO-fooi cruis- 
er Top Kat, ton transferred to a 
smi^r boat which took him to 
shore at Lynnhaven Inlet. 

C^. £. B. Scrflmer of Ocean 
Park Volunteer fire Departanei^ 
mii to b(^ and rushed McRary 
to to ho^al. .,._ 

ScrilaiM- aald tol MMi j n hie 
wu pit^MUy iaved when he was 
lQM>cked ov^i»nd by to U^. 

Eescwrs aid toA Mt^tary mas 
to <mly ooenpiBt <rf Che boat 



condition was (tescribed Mcmday 
as "fair." 

His tower teft leg was neai^ 
torn off in to collision, accondfug 
to Capt. R. «. Stone of Vir^4i 
Beach Police. The victim ia a 
part-time employee of Brinkley's 
Service Station, Virginia iBea^. 

i^one said that Hiem was diw- 
ing north on Birdneck Road about 
8:40 a.m. and struck to ri|^ 
front of a truck operated t^ Syd- 
ney WoireU, an employee of 
Gibbs Coi^truction Co. 

Wcnrell h^ just pulled out 
from a Aop sign and was fico- 
ceedii^ east on 22nd St «ct. 
Stone said. 

Ao^ording to ^me to nuitor- 
cycle teft a ^f oot skid mark up 
to the point of in^c(. 

Patrolman R. &AUm of Yir- 
ginia Beach Police mv^lgacted 
to crash. 

Helm, who is attached to 
Squadron VU4, NAS, Oceana, was 
under medical care 14 minutes 
aRer to «;ckienA was rei»Pted. 
The Eescue Sqi»d was on the 
scene in three minutes, a sp<d»s- 
man said. 

A squadsman also saki that ttK 
man's Me was saved by an un- 
identified bystander, who app&d 
a toume<}uet to his leg and kept 
him from bleeding to <^th. 



BEACH YOUTH IS 
CARRIER'S GUEST 

VHtGMA BEACB— R<*fflrt A. 
Clarke, Jr., son of Captain and 
Mrs. R. A. Clarke, of 219 51st 
Street, Virginia Beach, w^ a re- 
cent pieit of to (rfitoav Mid 
men of to attack earns- IISS 
Franklin D. Roosevelt for two 
days. 

Clarke boarded to 9oommtt 
in Maypoit, Fla., and ddb^iif Jii 
Norfolk. His time aboiid ^ 
Roo^vek was speiA tourtog torn 
ship's varimts woiktog and v^re- 
i^nalapa(»8. 

Capt Clarte is to €piMlitatt 
Offteer lor Commuriw ^vrter 
Oimka Four wiik^ Jt 
&simA»A on tt« ftnownnlt. 



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? Personal Mention 



^^. Samuel C. Rowland, II and 
two children and her sister, flirs. 
W^m Rector and kcr Ixro 
*in. of LitUe mA, f^k.. 
^^endng a montt «t a cotiage fa 
72iid SI. Mr. Rowland «nd Ik. 
Reefer will join their ^AiniHies «n 
August t^ 



Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Rulips 
spent several 4siys tet week at 
the Farmington Country Club, 
near Cliariottwville. 



BIROHWOOD — Mr. and Mis. 
A. W. Niswanitar mi tei^Mer, 
Kat^, recm^ vetia^ f^m # 
<teH to Mr. raiMMirs fwralto, 
lb-, awl Mrs. I. % mfim^tx, to 
!ie«F Ibr^ ^t. a %e 
doah VaB^. 



Fred Jntian, a sunMBO- abi^nt 
at Cwt^ ^tademy at St. Geoi^. 
Va., spent the weekend visitii^ 
htf {is«^ Mr. and Mr. Anra 
M. Jor^tan, m, at ttieir Bsy Col- 
ony home. 



Mm. Ben Ward Btoe and her 
thr^ dat^btei^ of AJenaidria 
are visiting Mrs. Hee's parei^ 
Mr. and Mrs. Clii^on M. Wood- 
hcmse at tiieir home on Cavsdier 
Drive. Capt. Blee will join his 
family later. 



Mr. and Mrs. John D. Btair, m, 
and their four children <rf Rich- 
mond are ^>ending several weeks 
at the Moore Cottage on 53rd St. 



MRS. JON PHtt-IP BENNETT 



C<Hi{^ WaJ In Candieiight 
Ceremony In Norfdk Churdi 



vrac»NU ^OH-Mte Valr 
em ixnisb Ildbi%^h<Ai and Jon 
i%Uip ^ui^ -vere mamed in a 

4:90 pm. m Cal^ Pr^^ay^emm 
Churdi, Norfdk. 'the Rev. J. R. 
HMMdMNrfh <MmI^ for thd 
^mMe ring c&emmy. 

Jbe ha&B m the daughter of 
Mr. and ytn. Rdbert E. Robi»dion 
M ^m city, i<moerly of Uttoa, 
N. Y. Her biubud la tiie mm of 
Mr. ai^ iMrs. Donald E. Bemett 
(rf ^»i^MH-o, N. Y. 

Wb. 9e^kbm gsve his dau^ 
fer in marria^ &» woie a floor 
Itogtfa dress of white wSs. (ffg/mxA 
mm vUte tetteta, iunrlt^ kug 
i^ves with bmlal poiMs. Venice 
Qf^ lace <Niiined tlM ov^ neck- 
lim, firiktwing oi^ the t>odk:e 
and Urn pleated ^irt with pm 
ded irmiA md ch^}el train. A 
pl^ed orpnza crown foniMd 
1^ he^dfik^ from which hung 
an illusion fingertip veil. Her only 
jewdry was a fan^y I^ir-Iocmi, a 
lO^^arrold AI^tm ^dd crtm 
Md diaiit whidh {^ had been 
vmn ^ ter sUter and mother at 
&gar weddii^. Sie carried a 
^acaMte tXHi^iet of white orchids 
and FreiKhMl whtte csma^m 
with miniature ivy. 

Iter matron of Jionor was her 
sister, Mn. John Mann Irvine of 
New niv&i, Conn., attired in a 
Ateath of a{^ gr^n pure silk 
Witt «:aQoped o^ ne<Mine aiKl 
rivKi deev^. 

Hie ib^ ako waa landed as 
ftoww girl by her t|iree-yearold 
DJ^e, Melissa Ann Irvim, ^raar- 
'mg white organza ov^ white taf- 
feta wMi itot steles and an 
oval iwcklim driaflbd wth tiny 
na^ ouUii^ in ^k thread. Her 
teadpkce w» a miniature of the 
bride's a^ si» carmd a nosegay 
of minj^ure flowezs. 

TTie OMttier of the bri^ wore 
a ftui]uoise organza sheath wiUi 
riMxt Aee^f^ and an oval neck- 
Ime. 'Rm arathtf of ihe grown 

CAPE HENRY CLUB 
HAS SlINDAy FAKE 

mmBOA WiM»— Tte Q^e 
Heiu7 OMI 1^ iMDKd^ a Sun- 
Ay ^^ te» «f (tt^ar and 
4m<^ for m onen^K md 

A ^ehteil tear «til be Md 
&«n 5 to pAL with free Mt'upt 
art fl» AsiMMM Bnf fet utt be 
braff^ ^ #e ttrtd's O^iM 
^UD^ BMm fiMi 8 to 9 p A. 

He f^^m Umaas Tfto will 

0<w^ teHce BM^ ftom 8 to 

p j». n«t fwB Ise a> <*ai^ 

for ma^fi m^ po Su^ay. 

Tlie eaiM He^ Onb te lo- 
!© toww lewd <rf tte 



wnre a creamy be^ ^ef>e dress 
wj^i laoe top affld jadc^ bdge 
pOBwx hat and dMies to nu^di, 
^{Ut white ^«ve8 aakl white bag. 

The etwrch wag decorated with 
palB» and baskets of seasfHud 
flowefllM white cai^Oea. 

TI»oA»e R. Schmak of Vir- 
ginia, c(Muin of the gr<Knn, w^ 
best man. Ushera were Capi. HiH- 
man G. Ro^ra, U3fC <ret.) art 
Glynn H. tHogests, both of Vii^lnia 
Bei^. 

A re^ptk>n was beld m the 
diurcb loun^ tamnedately fol- 
lowing ibe cereuMoy. Ilie cmipte 
left <m a wrtding tr^ to Wil- 
liamdmi^ md Eastern S^iore 
points. Itey wiU mdie thieir h<nne 
in DeanjAioro, N. Y. 

LeMaiic Ypiith 
Is Entertaweil 

BroCHWOOD — U. and Mrs. 
Henry l«Blanc entertained tlwir 
son, Bill, on his 12th birthday irt 
their home, 9144 Lampl Avenue. 

The affair was an outdoor 
marahmallow roast, with harobur- 
^rs art idl the finn's. 

Games were played and prizes 
awaitled. Favorite records were 
played later. 

Guests fflchided: 

B(A Gerioff, Don Rogers, Hd- 
en Spence, ifrom TTialia; Marvin 
BrielwM, hso ThcmiM, Tom Aer- 
heart, Michael McCully, Susan 
C^nwttder, "St^pei" Suasum, 
fiwn Birchwood Gardens; Jotei 
Gredy frran Princess Anne 'P^tza; 
Wlnslow Stillman, Connie Adams, 
Ldnda White, guest of Peggy Page 
from Kings Grant, art Sharon 
Ross, iMary and Margaret An- 
thony from Kings Grant. 

Linda White is from MonticeHo, 
Georgia and Gayla Hort from 
Norfolk-; 

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NEW GROUP TO 
HOLD TIRST MEET 

LYNNHAVEN — The first 
me^iM for the Tidewater, Vir- 
ginia Chapter of the Association 
for Computing Madiinery will 
be held Thursday at Pine Tree 
Inn, Virginia Beach Blvd. 

The speaker will be Dr. Bruce 
Gi^wist, Vfcc-Presidn« of 
ACM. The pn^ram a>nsists of 
« soci^ h«ir from 6 to 7 p.m., 
DiaiKr from 7 to S p.m., and 
L«rtwe starting ai 8 p.m. 

Recently elected offkxn for 
Ac Tktewater Ompter of ACM 
are as foUows: PresidcBt, Jcrfm 
Re y n o 1 ds; Vk^e-President, 
Jaime D^adUlo; Secretay, 
t^w &>k»ion; Ttisasurer — Dan 
J^iBp. 



Mrs. A. Dard^ flkiMer art her 
son, Rob, of Sania Fe, New Mex. 
have been visiting friends and 
relatives at Virginia Beach. Rdb 
Hui^r has now left to spend 
•evoul weeks at Camp Seqw^ah, 
near Aabvilte, N. C. 



Mrs. George J. Arnold of New 
York City is visitii^ her sater, 
Mrs. Edith W. Burden at ber 
home on 77th St. ft 



Howard A. Hdlart of Wte- 
chester spent the weekert as the 
guest of Mr. HoUart's brother, J. 
Peter HoUart, Jr., and Mrs. Hol- 
lart at tteu- hopae on 5^id St. 



iMiss Bet*y £h-iver Luton of 
WeiA Mmip^ .^k., is \^i^tteg 
h&: pmd^sacnte, 'Mr. and Ifrs. 
William Darden at their ttome m 



Mr. aid Mrs. Ridaod F. Wel- 
t<m art tiieir daughters, Nancy 
and Beckie, sp^t the ^^%ekend 
visiting at Martha's Vin^^od, 
Maine. 



Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Burton and 
their two sons of iMairta, Ga. are 
vl^ting Mrs. Burton's parei^, 
Mr. and Afa^. John N. Williantt at 
th^ cottage on 37th St. 



Hartdd ami Betty Bowerf irt of 
C^ral Gables, Fla., are visiting 
tlieir grandparents, Capt. art 
Mrs. iH. G. Bowerfirt at their 
l^ne on ^th St. 



BIRCHWOOD — A/3 John E. 
B^ett, recently married to Patti 
I^K Morgan of Birdrwood Gard- 
ais, sendf^ word that they are at 
home at 2024 Winslow Drive, 
Apt. 8, Columbus, Ohki. 



BIRCHWOOD — Mr. art Mrs, 
Richard Hyland art difldren, 
Jeanie, Joey art Jo^e, of Penn- 
sauken, New Jersey and now re- 
irting at 91M Lamp! Avenue in 
Birchwood Garden^ iiave as their 
guests Mr. and Mrs. William Hy- 
land and children, Jo Ann and 
Jimmy from Stratford, New Jer- 
ley. 



BmOHWOOD — <L4. art Mrs. 
Harry E. Lind^trom, are new ar- 
rivals to Birchwort Gardens. 
They are formerly from Miami, 
Florida art rerte with their chil- 
dren, Harry, Jr., age 13, art 
Bavid, age 10, at 8*5 Caren Drive. 



BHICHWOCM) — New airivab 
to Birchwort are Bfr. art Mrs. 
Robert N. Moore, residing at 633 
Cronin Road, and Mr. art iMrs. 
John S. Thomson, at 7(^ Gotham 



Cmdr. and Urs. D. H. Gaylcff, 
entertained for their twin afms, 
Steven md <%riiA^h«', teca^ 
at their iMMne 9M Maxilytt Lne 
in Biichwort Gardens <m tlwr 
flitr^na UrttA^. ft f^ « MB- 

Itavid, asoA 
Iff, ^uffi. 



Mr. art tti. NwsM V, 
Itev tm tiktesl fi^ 
WitAma, of &a«Mir, fla^ Ihm fa- 
ttBn»A bcnm fola«mi m ^0M 4e 
fte tasae «l Mr. ^^nn*s sMItt- md 
ImttM'^^tw, Wk. aui Ms. Mb- 



Eii|^^^fMiAs 



VIMr&QA KIACM — W- 

Ite «iMpiMtt ft (iMlf 4au^ 
ler, VHh 9tti^ nriuffla Woj^oa, to 
J(»eph MiteheQ Simma^. 

Mr. Smimers is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph W. Simners of 
Porryville, Md. 

Mis Boyce is a prtuate of the 
Norfolk College of WiUiam and 
May art is emptoyrt as a mathe- 
matician ^ Atierde^ Provii^ 
Ground, Md. 

Mr. Sinmiers is serving in the 
U. S. Army and is attached to the 
FlTi^ Armored. Division, Ft. Hort, 

Tex. -^^N,f-^ ^ 

No date has been set for the 
wrtding. 

RI04ARDS— VSCMEERS 

VHK^IIA BEACH — U. Coi 
Artlmr John Rich«<ds, USA (r^), 
mm! Mrs. Richards aaneunee tbe 
ra^p^emeit ol theta* dau^ter, 
Mi^ Carol Louse Rklua^dB, to 
Robert W. Vermeers, DI. 

Mr. Vemeers is the son of Mrs. 
Lois Dekriok of Sai^ Maria, 
Cidtf., art fteflaeit W. Varmeess, 
n, of ^kane. Wash. He is the 
gTMidson of Mrs. Alice Ti^ie^ of 
Gcsmgeville, Uaho. 

BliUs Richard attended sdiodl 
in G^many for two years art is 
a June graduate of PriiKess Anne 
High School. She has been em; 
ployed by Interiors fateSn^ioirti 
Inc., as a ^cretoy for ibe pset 
10 montlK. 

Mr. Verne®^ attendrt Gcmaga 
University in Spokane. He is serv- 
ii^ in tl» U. S. Navy art is sta- 
ti<»rt M}oard the I^IS Growter 
in Pea"! HartxH", Itawaii, wtere 
he is attending R^idus School. 

Virginia allows the hunting <rf 
3 big gatac spa:ies (tnclumi^ 
turkey) ana nme ^^rieties of 
small game in addttion to unpro- 
tected species. Tla fisherman 
has his choice of over a d<aen 
kirts of freshwater game fi^ 
plus numerous non-game species 
much sought after by fishermen. 



New cm Qub Elects Pint 




ne wei^ Mowrt luae W^ins OK) Wlv^ Onb iA 
lAfc Oedk ^(^ te ^m slate erf offkers r»:ei^y. Picturrt 
we: (fcft to f^t) Nbs. If. H. Hughes, pr^klent; Mrs. D. R. 
Hutt II, 2rt -wx {ff^Uent; Mrs. N. P. W^im s^ns<x tndl 
M^MT (rf Ae^i^ Mks. I. L. Hrtson, 1st vice present; Mrs. 
R. E. Boeach, t e a w ttiy . Mis. D. E. Smith, {^rliamentarian: and 
Ifkta, A. L. I^fti^ tt^rer. The club n^ts Ac 2rt art 
Ml ^orta)^ M 8 p.m. n Building 3340. (Nsvy n»to) 



BIRTHS 

Mr. ad lbs. I%ee4n« Ad^>n 
W«cA.,a, €d mf^^^mOk an- 
nra^e Ite Uilh of tt^ Mamd 
diDd, second dau^fter, Jaiw 
Todd, on July 12 in Leig^ Me- 
BKMul iHtoqittd. ttv. Wod is tlM 
former Miss Jane Kellam, dai^- 
ler of Mr, art Mra. Skh^ I&l- 
bon of \%pnia B^di. Mr. Wo(d 
is the son of Mr. art Mi%. John 
E. Wocd, also of Vir^iia Beach. 

Mr. asA Mrs. Jtenes A. Plem- 
iiH? Jr. jof V 1 r g in i a Beach an- 
nounce the bii^ of their third 
child, first son, Jwies ^vin, III, 
on July 3 ia Leigh Memorial Hos- 
pitjd. Wts. Hemii^ is the fanner 
M^ CiMVtta Higgins of Por^ 
nmMi. Mr. Fleming is the son of 
Mra. JanMS A. Flofld^ of Nrarfoik 
mid the late Mr. Flemii^. 

Mr. and Mrs. Rcdsid L. Ctdltfer 
of Malibu, Vir^nia Beach, ask- 
nounce ^ rtofition of a son, 
Mark EB». Mxi. Cullifer )& tiie 
fostner Mas hm Sinner. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Roy Jadc^m of 
Virginia Be^Si amKHUMe ^ 
bir^ of flieir tiivd child, e^^ud 
son, Bret Arnold, on Jt:^ 18 in 
Leigh Manorial HospUal. Mrs. 
Jackatm is the ftrni^r Mi^ Juiw 
IlcMun^ dau^tra* of Mr. and 
Mrs. .fomes Qumn of Vii^nia 
Bea<A. Mr. Jackson is the scm of 
Mr. and Mrs. £. Rodi^y Ja<dE5on 
oif CaiMspedce. 

Mr. art Mra. F. Dwiald Reid of 
Virginia Beadi amMumx ti^ 
birth of their se<M>rt child, fast 
daughter, Braida Kay, on July 
5 in Norfolk (kneral Hospital. 
Mrs. Reid is tte ^jnast Miss 
B(niue Ymli^ daughter of Mr. 
awl Mrs. A. H. Youi^ of Vi^inia 
B^ch. Mr. ReW ^ the son of ?ifr. 
and Mrs. V. A. Reki, also of Vir- 
^nia 'B^K;h. 




FLANAeARS GIVEN 
FAREWELL PASTY 

VIRGINIA BEAOT — «fr. art 
Mrs. John D. flanagan Jr. wstt 
guests of himor recenfly st a fare- 
weH dinner party ^ven by Mi^. 
HaroM P. Lawrerwe ^d Mr. aM 
Mrs. Alon^ R. E^^ 

llie dmner was b^ in Mxs. 
Lawrrace's Iraim in Th^ia Acres. 
I^ere were 16 gu^s ^^msL 

Mr. m& Mrs. Hasia^sm, wM 
ii^yt shortly for Wa^u^ton, 
D. C, where Mr. Flana^n has 
been transferrrt to the ^ureMi of 

Ships.' 



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BIRCHW(KM)— New reskients 
to Birchwort are li. art Mrs. 
Horat A. Petuch art children, 
l^rt, 6, Erika, 3, and RauMma, 
11 months. 

They now resute ^ «21 Robens 
Rort in the Birchwood Forest 
section art were former residents 
of Corpus CSiristi, Texas. 

Lt Petuch is at the Naval Air 
Station and attachrt to Squadron 
VS36. 




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ABERDEEN PROVING 
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Reserve Maj. Henry S. Ernst Jr., 
41, whose wife, Floreen, liv« at 
513 Sandy Bay Dr., Virgiraa 
Beach, completed two weeks of 
annual active duty training at 
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., 
July 13. 

Major EbDst is assigned to the 
2O881U1 Army Reserve School Unit 
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The major, whose fattier lives 
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(TION, England — Airman Sec- 
ond ClsBS CXis D. Couch of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Va., has arrived 
here for assignment with a unit 
of die United States Air Fmccs 
in Europe. 

Airman Couch, a cook, for- 
merly was stationed at Qiamite 
AFB, ni. 

The airman, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. O. N. Couch of 2932 
Lynnhaven Drive, Va. Beach, 
entered die service in 1961. 



Sky Diving 
Feature Of 
Regatta 

CLARKSVEiJ: — The Dixie 
Sky Diver T^wn will put on four 
shows Saturday and ^^imlay, at 
Iteggs Island Lake R^^. The 
tean is made up of six U. S. 
Army servicemen from Fort Lee, 
Virginia. They wiB jump <Hit of 
an airplane at 8,000 feei, free fall 
wiUwut parachute for 8,000 feet, 
then open tlieir par»diutes and 
1^ in tibe wi^r in front of the 
iq^eetalor area. 

This team has appeared on tele- 
vision, tMit this ^ the f iM tune 
they have app^ffed in pMson in 
Southsi<te Virginia. The team is 
made up of Andrew H. ^leffield, 
Rodger C. Hrie, RonaW L. Ander- 
son, Ewrett Travis, Jr., Lawrence 
Hall, David Payne, Jr. and Reg- 
imdd Spears. 

This is a new ^)ort in the 
United States, but is becoming 
more popular each day. The first 
show will take place at 12 noMi 
(Daylight Saving Time) Saturday, 
right after the water ski show, 
and just before the championship 
inboard boat races at ClarksviUe, 
Virginia. 

Admission price for the Regatta 
is 11.25 for adults— chiMren un- 
der 12 will be adraitt^ free- 
ample free parking. 



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J. DAVIS REED IH 

USS CARPENTER (FHTNQ 
— ^Navy Lt. (j.g) J- Davis Reed 
III, son of Judge and Mrs. J. 
Davis Reed of 203 Lynncove 
Lane, Virginia Beach, Va., re- 
cently visited the "Garden Isle" 
of Hawaii abcrard the destroyer 
USS Carpenter. 

The Carpenter was in pot at 
Kauai Island in mid-May to ob- 
serve Armed Forces Day. More 
than 1,000 visitors toured the 
ship while she was in Nawiliwili 
Harbw, the island's major sea- 
port. 

Crcwmembers visited Waimea 
Canon, known as ttie Grand 
Canyon of the Pacific, and tho 
Spouting Horn Geyser. Tlie bus 
tour for the Navymen also in^ 
eluded a stop on Kalalau Look- 
out. 

The Carpenter is one of sev- 
eral anti-submarme warfare de- 
stroyers based in Pearl Harbor. 
Equipped with powerful under- 
water detection equipment and 
anti-submarine weapons, the de- 
stroyers make up a vital part of 
America's seapower in the Pa- 
cific. «*< 



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Virginia Iwk* SUN-NEWS, Tuesday, July 23, 1963 

Page 3 




BOWMAN 



If you've ever had a power failure in bad weather and had 
mHhing to hold you off a lee-shore but your grouiKi tackle, you'H 
appreciate the importance of a good anchor and line. 

All but the smallest pleasure boats should carry two ancfaoes. 
One ^ould be stowed so that it can be dropped instantly in an 
emergency, and be readily avail- 



GEORGE E. McCOY 

(U. S. Airoy Ph<rto) 
(AHTNC)— Army Pvt. George 
E. McCoy, son of Mr. and Mrs 
Leonard E. MoCoy, 5501 E. Indian 
River Rd., Virginia Beach, com 
pleted the ei^-^wwk radio rday 
and carrier operati<Mi course at 
The Southeastern Signal SdKX>l, 
Fort Gordon, Ga., late in June. 
The 24-yearHoki aridier eirtered 
the Army in Febniarf 1963 and 
completed bi^c training at Fort 
Gordon. He attended Union IHigh 
School, Kempsville. 

GIRL ALL-STAR 
TEAMS PLAY HERE 

The Vu-ginia Beach Hig^ Giris 
All-Stars will play host to the 
Portsmouth Girls All-Stars in a 
women's slow pitch softball game 
on Saturday, July 27, 1963 at 
5:30 p.m. on the Union Kemps- 
ville High School Athletic Field. 
Both grcmps are sponsored by 
the AAletic Bureaus of their re- 
spective recreation departments. 
This event is free to the public. 

Any teams desiring to schedule 
Softball games for men or wom- 
en may do so by contacting John 
H. Skinner Jr., either by phone 
497-6262 or writing to 233 
Witch Duck Road, Va. Beach. 




US SAVINGS BONDS 



able at all times for anchoring 
um^r normal owiditions. The 
other will serve as a spare and 
may come in handy if you are 
forced to anchor where you 
would yaw and swing about un^ 
der varying wind conditions. 

The anchor and the anchor 
line, or rode as it is property 
named, shmild be matched to die 
boat they are expected to hold 
to the bottom. 

The holding power of any 
anchor will depend upon many 
variables: the tvpe of bottom, de- 
sign and weight of the anchor, 
the scope, that is the relationship 
between die length of the anchor 
rode and the depth of the water 
where the anchor is drootJed, cur- 
rent drag, wave and wind action. 

Your marine dealer can help 
you choose anchors of recom- 
mended si« and Ivpc for vour 
b(^t and the operating conditions 
you will meet locallv. 

There are a number of tips 
that will help simplify vour 

Virginia now boasts the land- 
locked striped bass or rockfish, 
one of the largest freshwater 
game fish to be found in the East- 
em United States. A laree rwr- 
tion of the sport fishing catch in 
50,000 acre Kerr Reser\'oir in 
Southern Virginia was made uo 
of these silvery scranopfs which 
range up to 15 pounds in weight. 

An aoplication for social se- 
curitv benefits covers the 12 
months before vou ajn>lied. If 
vou have reached retirement ape 
but have not anolied, you could 
lose some benrfits. 



anchoring pr<*lems and develop 
your anchoring technique. Keep 
in mind the design of your b<»t 
will affect its action at anchor. 
A shallow draft, planing type 
hull, will react more quickly to 
shifts in wind and is more prone 
to swing at anchor than a deeper 
draft power boat or a deep keel 
sail boat. A deep keel boat will 
react more quickly to changes in 
current. 

In a crowcted anchorage, mate 
allowance for the variance of 
different hulls to wind and cur- 
rent shifts. You may find that 
you cannot use the recommended 
average scope ol 8 to 1 and mav 
have to shorten to as much as 4 
to 1. The shorter scope will 
greatly lessen vour anchor's 
holding power. One trick you 
may use is to secure a weight ap- 
proximately half way dcwn the 
anchor rode as this will reduce 
the angle (rf line pull in refer- 
ence to the bottom and cut the 
cJiance of dragging anchor in 
the event it starts to blow. The 
weight is called a sentinel. 

Don't overlook the effect of 
tide. If you're in an area with a 
six-foot tide and anchor in ten 
feet of water with 80 feet of line 
vour scope is 8 to 1. However, 
if the tide rises six feet, the scope 
is shortened to 5 to 1, which mav 
be dangerous under certain con- 
ditions. 

A helpful indication of wheth- 
er you have sufficient scope is to 
watch the reaction of waves on 
the rode. If decided pull is ex- 
erted as the bow rises, vou have 
insufficient line out and should 
be wary of dragging anchor. 



Softball-Baseball Schedule 



MIDGET BASEBALL 

July 23 — Seaboard vs. Bay- 
side at SB, 6:00: Seatack vs. 
Newlight at BW. 6:00: C&K vs. 
Lynnhaven at UK, 6:00. Julv 25 
— Seaboard vs. Newlight at BW. 
6:00; Lvnnhaven vs. Bavside at 
SB. 6:00; G&K vs. Seatack at 
UK, 6:00. 



JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL 

July 24 — Bayside vs. C&K at 
UK, 6:00: Seatack vs. Seaboard 
at SB, 6:00. Julv 29 — Biivside vs. 
Seaboard at BW, 6:00. 



ELEM. GIRLS SOFTF ^X 

Julv 23 — Seatack vs. Bavside 
at BW. 6:00. Julv 26— Seaboard 
vs. OK at Srt. 6:00- Seatack vs. 
Bavside at BW. 600. Tnlv 'JQ— 
C&K vs. Seatack at BW. 6:00. 



vncvf gtrta: (joirmATT, 

r^X'X at BW. '^OO Tnlv ^'^ — 
Q».oV<oar(t vs. Ne'vUo-Vit >>+ BW 
^•00 Julv '>6 — ^KTpwliT^t vs 

^O^r^iH*. qt PW ^nO. Tt'l" '>o_ 

c;=oKr«!.rd vs. P'»v':;d»» 5>t «:b fioo- 
C-^rK vs. New1i'»ht at UK. 800 



T,)1i' Ovj t^^V VS B:^\?<!i'^<^ Pt 

TTIf 9 no- Tnlv :?« 'i^MHC-^ "<! 

Qoiri-H^ pt TIV- r'^rir \,<s, XTpw. 
ISoVit ot BW. SnO Tnlv '>Q — 

B'>"<!ide vs. Newlight at BW. 
8:00. 



Tnlv 91 Bov«iH«* v«!. Sen*'"''' 

qf TTTf gnOr <s<*t»hoard vc CfhV 

at BW. sno. Jnlv '>4 — ^<^^\^->n\ 

us NAwIi<rht at BW son. Tnl^- 

'>S P!>v<!ide vs. C-fK ^t TIK- 

SAO- ^S-itack vs. Newliqht a* 
BW, 8:00. 



Duff»r L«NM*ue Softb«ll 

Jiilv 29th — 7S0 D m.. Ov«>rton''? 
vs Tether: at Kenw>svilte ^'^ 1: 
8:4.'> n.m.. KemnsviTIe vs. M-Boys 
at K«nt»«ville No. 1. 

July 31s* — 7:.'W urn. Kemns- 
ville vs. Overton's art Kranpsville 



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No. 1; 8:45 pjn., M-Boys vs. 
Teachers at Kempsville No. 1. 

Aug. 5th — 7:30 p.m., Overton's 
vs. iM-Boys ^ Kemosville No. 1; 
8:45 p.m., Kemosville vs. Teadi- 
ers at Kempsville No. 1. ' 
Woman's League Seftiiall 

July 29th— 7:30 p.m., Green- 
wich vs. Courthouse at Oceana 
No. 2; 7:30 p.m., Oceana vs. Ches- 
apeake Beach at Luxford: 8:45 
p.m., Pungo vs. Aragona at Lux- 
ford. 

July 31st — 7:30 p.m., Oceana 
vs. Courthouse at Oceana; 7:30 
p.m., Ches. Beach vs. Aragona rt 
Luxford; 8:46 p.m., Pungo vs. 
Greenwich at Luxford. 

Teen Girl's Leaque Softball 

July 29th— 7:30 p.m., PuritMS 
vs. Ramblers at Ck^eana No. 1; 
8:30 p.m., Thalia vs. Woodstock 
at Oceana No. 1; 7:30 p.m., Aiv- 
gels vs. Creeds at Creeds; 8:30 
p.m., Greenwich vs. CourtlHwae 
at Creeds. 

July 30th — 7:30 p.m., Bur- 
roughs vs. Puritans at Luxford, 
8:30 p.m.. Ramblers vs. Angels at 
Luxford. 

July 31st — 8:30 p.m., Creecfe 
vs^ Greenwich at Woodcock. 

Aug. 1st — 8:30 p.m., Court- 
house vs. Kemosville at lAixford. 

Aug. 3rd — 7:30 pjm., Kemts- 
ville vs. Thalia at Luxford; 8:30 
pm., Greenwich vs. Woodstock 
at Luxford; 7:30 pjn., Puritans 
vs. Courthouse at Creeds: 8:30 
n.m.. Burroughs vs. Creeds at 
Creeds. 

Midoet Leaaue BaMball 

July 29th— 6:00 om.. Colts vs. 
Itears at Woodstock; 8:00 p.m.. 
Town & Country vs. Yankees at 
Woodstock. 

July >30th— 6:00 p.m.. Court- 
house vs. Cardinals at Kemt>svi!& 
No. 1: 600 om.. Creeds vs. Rrt>- 
els at Woodstock: 8:00 n.m.. In- 
dians vs. Dod^rs at Woodstock. 

Au^. 1—6:00 p.m.. Dodgers vs. 
Creeds at Kwnpsville No. 1; 6:00 
p.m. Bears vs. Town & Country 
at Woodstock; 8:00 om.. Cardi- 
nals vs. Cote at Woodstock. 

Aug. 2nd — 6:00 p.m., Yankees 
vs. hidians at Woodstoc*; 8:00 
pm.. Rebels vs. Courthouse rt 
Woodstock. 

Coh League Bas^Mll 

July 30ai-^:00 pjn., Wood- 
stock vs. CourQiouse at 
ville No. 1. 

Aug. 1st — 8:00 p.m., 
house vs. ffemiKvUle at 
ville No. 1. 

Aug. 2nd — 8:00 pjn., 
vilte vs. Woo^o(^ Jt 
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DHORIALLY SPEAKING 



Hold Your Hats! 



A short time ago the Securities and Ex- 
change Commission proposed a whole set 
of new laws to police the stock market. 
These, says an AP dispatch, would pr(^ 
ably bting about ihe most thorough over- 
haul in this field in 30 years. 

Did spokesmen for the market city cry 
out to high heaven? Hold your hats— the 
reaction was just the opposite. They ap- 
proved ihe plan, details to one side! The 
New York Stock Exchange, American Stock 
Exchange, and National Association of Se- 
curities Dealers support it unequivocally in 
prirKiple- 

No, the securities industry has not gone 
out of its collective head. Its response to 
the proposed laws, which are now in the 
Congressional works, is in perfect ronson- 
ance with its present-day policies and at- 



titudes. These are based on the premise 
that every investor is entitled to every 
reasonable and feasible protection from 
abuses, of whatever kind. • 

The exchanges and their related Institu- 
tions have, voluntarily and on their own 
hook, established a long list of invested" 
protections, numbers of whidi go beyond 
the legal strictures. The doors are closing 
or are closed on the tipster, the bucket-shop 
operator, the dynamiter, the seeker for 
legal loopholes that will make possible a 
quick buck at the expense of the trusting 
or the unwary investor. 

This is good news. All concerned will be 
gainers— and the biggest gainers of all will 
be the 1 7 million or so Americans who now 
own stocks, and whose number is con- 
stantly growing. 



With A Chary Hand 



The late Samuel Gompers is generally 
referr«i to as the father of the organized 
labor movement in this cx>untry, and he 
fought to the last ditch for what he thought 
the unions had coming. He once had some- 
thing Jo say about the Welfare State, 
though he didn't use that comparatively 
new phrase. In his view, "Doing for people 
what they can and ought to do for them- 
selves is a dangerous experiment. In the 
last analysis, the welfare of the workers 
depends upon their own initiative. \Miat- 
ever is ckme under the guise of philan- 
thropy or social morality which in any way 
lessens initiative (Is) the greatest aime that 
can be committed against the toilers. Let 
social busybodies and professional 'public 
morals experts' in their fads reflect upon 
the f»rils they rashly invite under this 



.pretense of social welfare." 

The complexities Inevitably accompany- 
ing scientific, social and eojnpmic change 
have necessarily altered the attitudes that 
government arrd labor bring to bear on 
controversial problems. T^se problems are 
tough economically and politically, involv- 
ing wages, working conditions, protec- 
tions against adversity, the shifting em- 
ployment situation, tax policy, and the like. 
But this is no excuse for the "let the gov- 
ernment fix it" attitude that has sorely in- 
fected so many of us. 

We must give power to government 
with a chary and reluctant hand, and only 
when the need is inescapable. Otherwise 
we'll create a Welfare State whose proper 
synonym is "dictatorship-" 




(Navy Photos) 
These scenes c4 simulated warfare will be repeated Thurs- 
day morning at Camp Pendleton when 900 Midshipmen will talce 
part in an assault landing at 8:50 a.m. This is the s«:ond and final 
landing this summer. TTie general public is invited to view the 
proceedings from a special bleacher section on (he lieach. 



HOUSING CHANGES WITH 
NEW FACE OF CITIES 



DRY SPELL BRINGS DUST 
PROBLEM TO VIRGINIA 



F<x&^^ d coirtiiHKd good 
wea£ber arefbad news to mmxy 
Virginia residents, e^>edally 
fannera. ^dow-normal rainfall 
tiite ^riqg and sununer has 
fhy^ havoc with crops, and cre- 
^)ed durt prolriaiM for home- 
oqraos mi nwtorists on many 
Virgima TKi&ds. 

Long-range U, S. WeaUser. Bu- 
reau forecasts cafl for sunny, dry 
w^rtter with 01% scarred ^ow- 
ens. Tliey bring little hope to Vir- 
ginia fanners. Pa^ieland has 
b^n flo hard-hit by the dry spell 
that the State h^ asked the U. S. 
.^iraMure DegartiaenX to sui^y 
wrptas feed grains to 35 cmtn- 
ties. Ifany beef growers au* nwv- 
iag cattte to mark^ eariy because 
ol the ieeA shortage. 

Wiiie the farmere can do little 
abtnit their plight, the du^ iM-ob- 
Jflin ^n be reriwdied. The prob- 
lem reAilts when ut^a^ned roads 
dry out from lade of rainfall. 
Tra^ action and wii^ then 
rai^ annoying dust clouds that 
can bl^i dWvers. When the dust 
hMiiy aeUlef, v&ry IMe returns 
t$ Vk r<^ bed. Neart>y imms 
become dust-crat^ and cleaning 
dioares are double for house- 

"Hie Virginia Department of 
Hi^iwa}^ has an exoe^rt iMlicy 
tm use ot dust e^^vA pdliadves 
m ibe mmnAary system. It calls 
for applicjrtion of olcium cWot- 
i^ as a dust jM^iaftiw on un- 
INWad seooBdaiy v^^ in frcmt 
of irtflv^, diuRlMS, adiootof dairy 
huiklittgs, priv^e dwellinp ami 
ihmwgb vlUi^es, whJ<A are so lo- 
^ed la lo be advenely affected 

tk^0 di^H^ aiMl ^A3A}lish- 
ttaim, ^ ^f^ of roadway sur- 
face Oi^ adlain, mA tia^: vol- 
moB afl ree«ve ^ami^aium in 
d^mM^ te Med to app^ 
dtttt 



Cakittm dhtoi<te is a bma 
AmumI h^ the uni^BW ^ihty 
to 4lmw mri^^re frMi te air 
mA #laQlwi M» Oe vmi mit- 
Um. Hw sotaMun resiili empca^ 
ttoK a4 Iwfv te ntd <luit&«e 
«^ ftw eviB m ^ dnoit days. 

.^«vdi^ to tiw 199Z Vii^inia 
lijj^iiwi] Ba piWliM nt mwM ze- 
w^ "^ 9s^y ^ vp^c 



calchun chloride m eertam areas 
to Mleviate ^ist condkMms was 
resHned durii^ the year . . . this 
met with a good response." To 
the state's highway officijds, the 
program is a part of their overall 
mamtenance effort ailong with 
patching of hard surfaced roads 
and blading of non-hard surfaced 
roads. 



Artist 



(Continuad From Pag* 1) 

Joe Delulio, "Recovery," oil 
collage. 

Beverly Purman, "Evening 
Shorescape," woodcut. 

A. B. Jackson, "Morning 
Shapes," color' woodcut. 

Will Reimann, "Rhino," draw- 
ing. 

Elise Simon, "Maybe Tomor- 
row," oil, Gruinbacher Award. 

Guy Wilkins, "Composition in 
a Low Key," oU, Henry Eagleton 
Co. Award. 

TTie show will run through July 
28 at Ufayette Park. 

LEONARD F. CAPPS 

U.S. FORCES, GERMANY 

-^Array Pfc. Leonard F. Capps 
Jr., 23, whtwe wife, Helen, lives 
at 441 Lawn Ave., Palisades 
Park, N.J., is serving with the 
14th Armored Cavalry Regi- 
ment's 3d Reccmnaissance Squad- 
ron which guards the northern 
sector erf the East-West German 
border. 

The members of Caj^' unit 
keep the border under constant 
surveillance through the use ol 
jeep-mounted pe^idk and ob- 
servatwn and listening ports. 

A clerk in the squadrwi's 
Headquarters Troop, he entered 
the Army in January 1962 and 
arrived overseas in April of this 
year. 

Capps, who was employed by 
Willis Wayside in Lynnhaven, 
Va., prior to enttaii^ the Army, 
is a 1958 graduate <rf Princess 
Anne High School, Lynnhaven, 
Va., and a I960 graduate erf 
Chowan Junior Collie in 
Murfi^boro. N.C. 

His parents live on R^te 4, 
Back Bay Station, Vupnia 
B^ch, Va. 



Reed To Head 
New Ad Agency 

NORIFC«JK-^John E. Reed was 
today appointed presklent of 
C^iesap^ke Advertiang A^ncy 
to suc(%ed J. R. Stiffler, wlw b:^ 
been nan»d Director of Market- 
ing for the SraithiDouglass C<Mn- 
I»ny. 

Mr. Iteed has been associated 
wtth the Virginia-Pilot & Le^^er- 
Star for the past 6 years and dur 
ing the {nrt 2 years has been 
promotion manager for the two 
newspapers. As the newspaper's 
promotion manager Mr. Reed was 
respotBible for various jjromo- 
tional and puMic relations activi- 
ties of the Mwspaper, whidi in- 
cluded the annual Virginian- 
Pilot Relays, the Ledger-Star 
Spelling Bee and the Tidewater 
Soap Box Derby. 

Hk over^ reairansihihty at 
the newspaper was to stimulate 
circulation and readenhip of the 
Virginian^Pilot and Ledger-Star. 

Mr. Reed came with the news- 
paper in 1957 to head up the 
company's C^y and Art Depart 
ment. Prior to that he was 
supervisor of Infonnation and 
Advertaing for C^olina Tele- 
phone and TetegP^hy Company, 
an independent company, serving 
41 counties Is Eastern North 
Carolina. 

He is a graduate of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina and has 
held adv^t^ng aiMi public re- 
lations positions with newspapers 
and private oMiqwrnies during 
the last IS ymn. 

A veteran of World War 11, 
Mr. Iteed u a laAwe of B^n, 
N£., ai^ is married to the for- 
nttr Miss Marguerite Mclntyre of 
Itocky Mount, N.C. 

He is a member of the C^rfimi^ 
Club ai Norfolk, Royster Me- 
morial Presbylerian Church, the 
Advisory B<ard of the I)e Paul 
Schod of Nursii^ and has be^ 
active in various civic affairs in 
the &>waamtj. Mr, Reed wiU 
a^me h^ new duti^ with the 
Cbemp^a Advertisii^ Agetu^ 
on AuguA 1. 



(Editor's Nota: This is Hie 
first in a wrias of thr«o articles 
on "America's Changing Cities 
and th« Changii^ Housing In- 
dustry." 

The face of America is under- 
going a massive transformation. 
"The nature of our cities is 
changing. 

Not long ago, our cities were 
separate and distinct — with many 
square miles of farm acres in 
between them. Today, cities have 
begun to lose their special identi- 
ties and iHive begun to blend into 
one anothe'- It is common to talk 
of a "strip'- city— an area of ur- 
ban develooment that stretches 
for hundreds of miles and encom- 
passes cities, towns, suburbs, and 
cwnmercial districts. 

Recently, W. Evans Buchanan, 
president of the National Associa- 
tion of Home Builders, pointed 
out that as the cities have 
changed and the population has 
grown so, toor^as the nature of 
the housing industry. 

When this nation was founded 
175 years ago, only one out of 
every 20 Americans lived in an 
uihan area. Today seven out of 
every ten Americans reside in 
urban areai — nearly 130 million 
people. The United Slates today 
is an urban nation, the mo^ ur- 
ban large nation in the world. 

It is interesting to note that 
cities always have been a,symboi 
of the growth of civilization. In 
ancient times, people banded to- 
gether in cities for protection 
from an enemy. This w^ the 
reason for the walled city, the 
fortress city. 

In time, cities became centers 
of trade, industry, learning and 
culture. They bmime the seats 
of Governments. They became 
the spearpoint of social reform. 

The pages of history sparkle 
with the names of great cities — 
Athens, Rome, Constantinople, 
Bag<kid, Peking. The present 
worktwide network of great cities 
gained momentum during the 
last half otf the 19th century, a 
period of freedom from world 
conflicts during which intercity 
transportation improved. 

Today's changes are not coh- 
fined to the United States by any 
means. Tl» world is going 
through a s^ft from a predomi- 
nantly agricultural and commer- 
cial society to an industrial soci- 
ety. By the end of this century, 
almost all of the world will have 
becon« industriaUwd or wiU be 
in the thrws of industrialization. 

In the United States, the evolv- 
ing process is still under smy. 
When we speak of an urban area 
today, we no longer mean the 
territory within a city's limits. 
We mean ^ dty ami the taillt-i 
up section tfound it. ^ far, thM* 



are 13 identifiable "strip" citi^ 
or, as I prefer to call them, urban 
regions. 

One OTch region, from Port- 
land, Me., to Washington, D. C, 
stretches half the length of the 
entire if^astem Seaboard and has 
a population of 36 million. It is a 
continuous zone of cities, towns, 
and suburban settlements in 
which one is never far from a 
city. 

Urban growth has brought a 
high degree of eonc^itration. 
Some 70 per cent of <Hir popula- 
tion lives in urban areas but this 
great population is concentrated 
in only one p6r cent of our (X>un- 
try's total land area. 

The shift to urbanization and 
the rise of urban regions have un- 
lea^ied entirely new problems 
ihal are a ehallei^e to all of us. 

(Next week: A look at tiw new 
problenis) 



Caneer Society 
Reports Record 
Fund Campaign 

RIOTMOND — Receipts of the 

American Cancer Society in Vir- 
ginia for the current year have 
reached an all-time high of $673,- 
355, it was announced today by 
Morrill M. Crowe of Richmond, 
State Chairman of the 1963 Can- 
cer Crusade. 

Mr. Crowe made his aimounce- 
ment following a meeting in Rich- 
mond of the ExMUtive Commit- 
tee of the Society's Virginia Di- 
vision. He said that the Cancei- 
Society's program year clos^ 
August 31, and that additional re- 
ceipts are expected to raise the 
19^ Crusade total to $705,000 or 
more. Last year's total was $672,- 
125. 

In a ten year period, tlw Soci- 
ety's receipts in Virginia have 
steadily increa^ from $2BX,50S 
in 1954 to this j^ar's totol of 
$873,355. 

Thousands of volunteer work- 
ers In Virginia have been partici- 
pating in the Division's educa- 
tional and fund-raising campaign. 
Funds received will be used, ac- 
cording to Mr. Crowe, to finana 
pubik and professional educati<m 
act^ti«. setv^xs to cancer pa- 
tients, and the National Society's 
rei^arch program. . 

The Vir©nia Division is ma<te 
up of 103 Local Units repre^i*- 
ing ail couiKus md cities in the 



Church Survey 
In Kings Grant 

VIRG'INIA BEAOH— A hottst- 
tohouse Airvey of ^Iscopdiam 
in the Kings Grant ai^a is unlbr- 
way. 

The surwy k to seek prospec- 
tive members for a new mission 
to a«w the Vii^ia Beach com- 
munities of Kii^s Grant, Thalia, 
Malibu, Birchwood, littte Neck 
and Lynnwood. 

Mendiers of mx area E|mk<^ 
churches will amM in tl» Mrvey.'l paym«^ MM It 

MaM tm liay als»te Ht^ 



The churches are Eastern Shore 
Chapel, Emmanuel Kempsvilte, 
St. Peter's, Old Donatioi!^ St. Ste- 
plan's and Galilee Episcopal. 

Survey team participants wfll 
m^t at 6 pjn. for a dinnw at 
Eastern Chapel aiMl begin can- 
vassing at 7 p.m. The survey will 
be followed up during succeeding 
weeks. * 

The mnsioA is sporaored by> 
Eastern Shore Chapel and the 
Episcc^ Dioc^ of Scwthem 
Virginia. The Rev. L. J. Taylor 
Jr. is vicar in charge of the mis- 
sion. 

Mission members will begin 
meeting in the Littte Creek Civic 
League l^iilding about August. 15 
for church services. Sunday 
School services will he heW in 
Kings Orant Beftientaiy Sdiod. 

A building site has a^eady 
b^n ot^ined, according to Qte 
Rev. i>lr. Taykff. The f«ir-«re 
site is in tiM Kings Grant arM. 
Ccmstruction is to start in iriMMit a 
year. 

A second ^i3«}f»2 mki^m in 
Vu^gmia Beach m now roeetteg 
in Rinaldi's Hasa Bowl^ Altey. 
1^ mission will s^we Ae Prin- 
ce Anne Plaza Communis. Ihe 
Rev: C^yton S. Cr^gBT is min- 
iver of this mteiffls. 



Fniierals 

JOHN C. CASON 

VIRGIMA BEACH— John Cal- 
vin Cason, 72, of 2323 Pacific 
Ave., son of Jerome B. and Mrs. 
Dora Waterfield Cason, died in a 
hospital Friday zA 6:15 pjn. 

A native of iCnotte IdaiKi, N.C, 
he lived in Virginia Beach most 
of htt life. 

He was a veteran <rf World War 
I and a member of Prtaoo^B Anne 
Aiperican Legion Post 113 and 
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 
71M. He was a retired postal em- 
ploye. 

Ite is survived by two sisters, 
Mrs. Addie O. White and Mrs. 
Everett M. Simpson of Viiginia 
Beach; and two brotirers, Edgar 
L. Cason and Paul L. Cason of 
Norfolk. 

A ifuneral service was conduct- 
ed in Hollomon-*Brown Funeral 
Home Sunday at 2 pjn. by the 
Rev. Roy R. Jackson. Burial was 
in Forest lawn Cenwtei^. 

MRS. HARRIETTE ROWAN 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Mrs. Har- 
riette Nason Rowan, 79, died in 
her home in the Mayflower Apart- 
ments Thursday at 2:W a.m. rffc«- 
a long iUness. 

A native of Brooklyn, tfie wm 
a daughter of William and Mrs. 
Elizabeth Austin Nmm. She lived 
here a year. 

She was a teacher in New York 
City public schools until her re- 
tirement in 1^3. 

Surviving i? a daugMer, Miw 
Ema Rowan of Virginia Beach. 

A funeral service was condudl- 
ed in Maestas Funeral Home Sat- 
urday at 4:30 pjn. by tl« Itev. 
Henry Morgan of Virginia Be^h 
Presbyterian Church. Cmnatmi 
will follow at Princess Anne Me- 
morial Park. 

MRS. C. A. PENDERGRASS 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Mrs. Mad- 
oline Dickerson Pendergras, 63, 
of 803 9th St.; the widow of 
Claude Adkins I^ndergrass, died 
in a hospital Wednesday after a 
short illne^. 

A native of Warrenton, N. C, 
she was a daughter of Lonnie and 
Mrs. Willie Abbott Dickerson. She 
lived in Virginia Beach five years. 

Surviving are three daughters, 
Mrs. C. W. Woodlief otf Newport 
News, Mrs. M. G. Hill of f<ai 
Smith, Ark., and Mrs. David 
Hayes of Virginia Beach; two 
sons, Robert E. Pendergries and 
George W. Pendergrass <rf Hen- 
derson, N. C; tw> sisters, Mrs. 
Robert Edwards and Mrs. H. M. 
Ayscue of Henderson; and 11 
grandchildren. 

The body was taken from Ib^h 
tas Funeral Honw to iancaMer 
Funeral Home, Henderson, for a 
funeral service Saturtay at 4 
p,m., with burial in Schoe&> Ale^ 
odlst Chureh Cwnetery. 



SURPLUS PROPERH 
OFFERED TO PUBLIC 
IN SPOT BID SALE 

NORK>LlC— A gigBMc sppthid^ial* dtt g«w««wMnt surplul 
wiU be hew 'August 8 at 10^30 a.m. at the Def<me Su^us Salei 
Offi<^ in hta^k. ^ ' ' m^ 

FwsdM mm^ tte sil« mat HA ttM mm A 10^ cenj 
partial fmymm m itmm awari^ % 4M pM. ^ imm wff- FuH 



mitted but a 20 ^ omiI tftposit 
must be submitted no later than 
August 7. 

Among the variety of equip- 
ment slated for sale are office 
machiiws, houseMd ^raiturc 
and ap^ianc^ food pt^Mnt»n 
and serving equipn^, com- 
mercial laundry ttmts, machbie 
and hand tools, small bcMits, 
clothing and individual gear, 
photographk: supplies, genera- 
tors, pumps and comprrasors. 
The materials handlii^ equip- 
ment iocluctes l»ttcry and eJK:- 
tric-powered cranes, warehouse 
tractCH^, fork and handlite. 
Pas.senger vehicles and buses, 
stake, cargo and pick-up trucks. 

Gender Named 
By Newspaper 

NORIFOLK — Richard J. G<«1- 
der, state editor of The Virginia- 
Pilot, was muned y<»torday Pi*- 
lie Relations Director of The Vir- 
ginian-Pilot and Ledf[»«Star. The 
appointment was announced by 
Frank Batten, publisher, ai^ is 
effective August 1. 

Gonder will »icc^ Mm 
Reed, who resigned to become 
president of Chesi^seake Adver- 
tising'Agency. Ms responsil^HOai 
wiU be prinuuri^ in Sa new and 
circulation fl^ta, , 

Gomier wtt ban in ObMmA, 
Md., and u the son of Mrs. 
Thomas A. Gond^^ and the Me 
Mr. Gowter. He afttended Oak- 
land schools, Duke Umvei^, 
and received a teichekr's d^r^ 
in journalism from the Unrrorstty 
of North Carohna. 

He served in ttie Co^ Guard 
and the Navy chirtng World War 
U and left the s^vice wtth the 
nok ol lieutenant. 

He jcttned the iwws s^ <A 
The Virginia-'Pilot 16 years ago 
after haying been on the staffs of 
The Dariy Advance and The In- 
dependent, both in Hizabeth City, 
N.C. On The Virginia-Pilot he had 
general assignment and naritime 
beats as a ret>orter and later had 
served desk positions on the 
pager in the Norfolk and the 
Portsmouth offices 

&)nder is married to the for- 
mer iMiss Virginia Worth of Eliza- 
beth City and has tm dau^iers: 
Virginia Worth, a soptaraore tt 
Mary Baldwin 0>ll^e, Stmnton, 
and Anne West, 13, 




l|n riHri I. MaeitM 
'fkavMi ta aot atmt al a 



But we NM Ike kMtr by wIMi we 
rise 

From Mm temtf evtk !• MM vmM t i 



Afld we itioint to Ns MMmit rooml 
by round." 

The above qpotetion might wdl 
serve aU of m as a gentle Nminder 
thai MQFtUng worthy of accompHsh- 
rnent b achieved by a step by step 
proccM.of setf-boproveneot. 

/Vl\ESTAS FUNERAL HOME 

ISlh & Baltic Ave. Ptionc CA 8-6121 



as ivM as Amg mi^'»fator| 
erhrfters, trdcx and crawlef 
tractors are also (rff^ed. ^ 

The foilowii^ additional srfci 
have also been annouhc^ for 
August: 

Augu^ 13 — Sot^ W^ ^n^ 
perature attoys, k^M Md steel, 
aluminun, motm, «ofiper, mag- 
i^iium, batteri^, lead aad Rip- 
per covered wtt« mA cable; 
Waste textiles kc^ak, fibffglass, 
and tabulating cards. .Sale No, 8. 

August 20—27 botte— 18 ft. 
lite boat, 26, 40 and 50 ft. motor 
launches, 36 and 56 ft. landing 
ctaft. Sale No. 9. 

August 23 — Airciaft instru- 
ments, parts, and aocwsories; 
tdatinum pointed ^ffk pteps; 
MiMrtes; radio a»l mdar equip- 
ment aad parts; dxAly, q}en 
frame laumhers, and engine 
stands. Sale No. 7. 

August 27 — 77 Pratt and 
Whitney Nbxlcl J48-P6A Turbo 
Jet aircraft engines stored in 
m*tal cwitainera. ^te No. 10. 

Catalogs with bid forms and 
compile sales information ate 
available upon request from the 
Defense Surplus Sales Office, 
Dcffflrttnci* Nl, Norfolk 11^ 
Vii^inia, or from rmoim mttttary 
bases ii\ Vii^inia ami Nortt 
Carolina where the equipment 
may be inspected until dates oi 
sale. 

DAN NECK WILL 
GIT HEW BARRACXS 

DAM NECK — A 660mm 
barracks is now under construe* 
tktn at the Fleet Anti-Air War- 
fare Traininfi Center, Dam Neck, 
ami should be complex by next 
May. 

The $1,035,594 building is 
located at the intersection ai 
Tallos Street and Terrier AveniM . 
on the b^e and is being hiMr 
by J. L. Coe ConstntttionjCo, 
tii Charlotte, N.C. f^ 

The 3-story structure will be 
H^shaped ana will be 243 feet 
long and 219 feet wide wift a 
pile foaa^atioa^ 

It was designed by Waller & 
Britt, ft>rtsmouth architects. 




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Hie ol§^ of #ii3 wt m to o^ 
taiii a <ftwkrfe « ^inailo oiaM* 
j^nii ffcm ^ said A^ndaiA, 
«q^ Uift ^omA irf deierthm. 

itexl an tttfidavit having ^e&i 
flude aM filed that ^e defend- 
iftt is t non-resideW of &ie State 
of ¥lrgma, tMe liust Inown post 
otti<% addre^ toeing: PtO. fiox 
64, fflicott Ci^, MarylaiMl. 

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mpf^ bsm mMti ten <10) ^ys 
after <tae publication hered, and 
do what may be nec^tsary to pro- 
tect tm^ m^eitd in ^tm mat 

A Cof/f—Tmfi 
WHN V. f®TOlESS, Clerk 
1^: lta7«. White, D.C. 
&ydges & S»^!les, f.%. 
Professional BuBding 
196t Uskin 'Road 
Viil^ia Beadh, Va. \7-234tu 

Ca wmonw— ith ^ Viiflnla, In 
ttM Ctork't Office of Hm Circuit 
Court of th« City of Virginia 
Beoch, on the IMi di^ of July, 
IMS. 
C^ma AMCE HAHN, Pl^tlff 

aplnst 
WEUAM A. HAIW, Defendant 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
. The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce A Men«i et 
Thoro to ibe later merged into a 
divorce a vin«ilo laatrimonii 
from the said <defen<tainit, upon 
tlpe grounds orf desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
naade and filed that the deffond- 
act is a non-i%sid«tt of &» ^B,te 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: "W^JCS-USffJ 
c/o Comman<ter O^mr Destroy- 
er Force, Flotilla 12, c/o fK), 
New York, iNew T^h*. 

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Virginia, is is ixeder^ that fae do 
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No. 4G50198^, a^Ml and rep(» 
sMBed from J<An H. SUtner by 
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November 2b, 19W, « fmrsuance 
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PUBLIC SALE OF REAL 
ESTATE 

Rirsuant to a cteree of the Cir- 
oiit Court of the C^ of Vngina 
Beach, Vu^ginia, made and en- 
tered <m the Iftth day of July, 
1983, in the chancery cause of 
Courtney Stormont v. Vii^nia H. 
Stormont, et al, pMiduig in the 
Circuit Court of Oie City of Vir- 
ginia Beadi, Vir^nla, «he mider- 
sigrwd win on tte 8!st day ofj 
July, 1963, at 12KW ok:teck mxmj 
of that day, at the front door of; 
the Clerk's Office of Uie Orcuit; 
Court of Vir^nia Beach, Prhicessi 
Anne Borough, Vwgima Beach,; 
Virginia, offer for sale to thei 
highest bidder, the following de- 
scribed reM estjrtie: 

All that certain* lot, piece or 
parcel of land located at False 
Cape, Pungo Borough, Cfty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and des- 
ignated as Parcel C on a pkit en- 
titled "Bat of pHjperty of Davki 
Stormont, Sr. and Victoria A. 
Stormont, Otto V. Halstead and 
Nora E. Halstead and J. M. Keel- 
ing and Anna W. Keeling, located 
at False Cape, Pungo Magisterial 
District, Princeas Anne County, 
Virginia, scMe 1" equMs 100 feet, 
dated March IS, 1962, January 
31, 1963 <revi9ed)" and filed in 
the chan<»ry «u!t in the Clerk's 
Office of tije Circuit Court of tire 
City of V^nia Beach, Virginia. 

Terms of «le: Cash. 

Tl« iiighwA bidder shall de- 
posit wf*- *e Special Coirtmi*- 
sioner at the -time of the sale at 
least 10% of his bid, the balanfce 
of the purchase price to be paid 
wittiln ten days. 

THOMAS C. BROYLES 
Speciri Corami^oner 

I certify that the bond recpiired 
by the i*ove decree has been 
given fey the Special Commis- 
sioner. 

JOHN V. iF15NTRiSS, Cterk 
BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 

7-23-2T 



428-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



• IfGAl HOtlCES 

more or iess, to an alley; thence 
in an ^otorly dia%ction parallel 
witi Tw^ity-Sxth Street, along 
the north line of said altey fifty 
(SO) <feet, more <»* tae, to fte 
southwestern comer of l^t No. 6, 
in said Block No. 63; thence in a 
northerly direction along the 
western skle of Lot No. 6, one 
hundred and forty <1^) feet, 
more or leas, to the point of be- 
ginning. 

Tcoins of Sale: Caadi. 

The hi^iest bidder sha^ de- 
posit with the Special Conunk- 
sioner at the time of the sale at 
least 10% of his bid, Oie balance 
of the purchase price to be paid 
witMn ten ^s. 

THOIIAS C. BROYLES 
Spedsd Comtnissioner 

I certify that the bond required 
by tte alxwe decree has been 
giv^i. fey the Special Conunis- 
sioiw. 

JOHN !V. (FISNTRESS, CSerk 
BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
7-2S42T 

CuiiniiuiiwoflRIi of VirsRiio, In 
tho CirciTit Court of fho City of 
Virgirtia Beach, on ^m Sfh (ky 
of J uly^ \9 63. 

EYERETIE ISE BR0WN, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
DOROTHY MAY BROWN, 

Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
from the said defendairt opon 
the grounds of desertion and 
M)andonment. 

And an affkkvit havii^ been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office addrcK feeing: ^39 Belfort 
Road, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Not resident of the State of 
Virginia, it is ordered that ^le do 
appear here withm ten <10) days 
aft«- due ipublication hereof, "and 
do what may* be necessary t6 pro- 
tect her intereA in this suit. 
A icopy— •Tosta: 
JOBN V. F-^^ESS, Clerk. 
BY: Margaret M. Hood, DC. 

Brydges & Broyles 

1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

7-94TU 



PUBLIC SALE OF REAL 
ESTATE 

Pursuant to a decree of the 
Cu-cuit Court of the Ci^ of Vir- 



ConmioiiwaalHi of Virginia, In 
tho dork's Offioo of the Circuit 
Court of ftw City of Virvinla 
Bokch, on Hie 28th day of Junor 
1913. 
JOANNE liLOYD COGAR, 

Plaintiff, 
a^siist 
BEiiNIE CARL COGAR, 

Defendant. 
ORDfeR OF PUBLICATION 
Tlie object of this sint is to an 
animbnewt from the defendant 



• IKSAL NOTICES 



tect her interest in this suit. 
A ^sy — ^Toito: 
JOe^ V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
BY: RiChan^ R. Garriott 
Brydges & Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Rd. 
Vii*ginia Beach, Va. 

7-164TU 




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81 Boati For Ront 



HOUSSBOAT— By Day or Week, 
Complete galley, steeps 5. Bob 
Rumley, 428-5444. 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Artfclos For Salo 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— $22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four lines 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 8-4222. Fuel, Peed 
& Building Supply. Inc 



91 Building Materials 



BULLDOZER — 1960 Allis<;hal- 
mers, H. D.— HE, Complete 
with blade and wench. Excel- 
lent condition. 1964 hours total 
engine time. Less than half 
original price. Mr. Whitehurst, 
GA 8-6886. 



93 Household Goods 



APPLIANCES— Bargains in good 
used refrigerators, freezers, 
ranges, washing machines, dry- 
ers. Terms to suit. HMi Bazaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. G A 
8-7088. 



COOKSTOVE— Electric, like new, 
apartment sized. CaU GA 
6-2488. 



RENTAL REAL BTATE 

111 Apartments F-jmiahed 

Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
206- 19th Street, Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



FURNITURE— Mattress and 
brings, books, desks, chairs, 
tables, chests. AU very reason- 
able. Hirtz Baiaar at Oceana. 
Open 9 to 9. GA 8-7088. 



RUGS— 9x12 linoleum for every 
room in the house. $4.95 cash 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture, 17th & Baltic. 



Fumitiu^ of all kinds upholstered 
and refini^ed. Free estimates, 
reasonable prices. Automobile 
seat covers, tops, and headUn- 
ers all custom made and fitted. 
Hilltop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used furniture. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. 
Furnished a n.d unfurnished. 
Monthly and yearly rentals. 
Cooper Realty, 203 19th Street 
Office 428-1330, nights 428- 
6833. 

With hving room, bedroom, kitch- 
enette, bath and large ck>set. 
Available August 1st. Reas<m- 
able rent. Phone GA«4960. 

2-iBedroom fumi^ied apartai^ 
South end $100.00 for August, 
$75 thereafter. 2-Bedroom un- 
furnished apartments $87.50 
and up. 2-tBedn>om fumi^wd 
apartment North end available 
for August $125 month includ- 
ing utilities. John H. Bell Real 
Estate 42ft^322. 

114 Houses F or Rent ^ 

KINGS GRANT — 4 bedrooms, 
family room, 2% baths, Coton- 
ial 2 story, fully air-conditioned, 
fireplace, dishwasher. On lake. 
Owner JU 7-1727. 



Direct from owner^ yearly rental,_ 
possession August 1. Atlanttc" 
Ave. bei;ween S2nd and 53rd 
Street. Very desirable location. 
GA 8-9460. 



117-A Rental Listings Wanted 



Needed now — 1, 2 and 3 bedrocMn 
unfurnished apartments and 
houses. C^ll John H. Bell, Real 
Estate. 428-8322. 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

II I I km 

124 Houses For Sale 



95 Lawn-Garden Supplies 



TOP SOIL — For sate. Located 
rear of Milters Discount Store 
across from Princess Anne 
Plaza. W. T. Hutchins. CaH 428- 
1657. 



BAY COLONY— Lovely 3 bed- 
room, 2 bath home on 100' x 
190' corner lot. Brick veneer, 
oil heat, one bedroom air-con- 
ditioned. Immediate possession. 
Financing available. Owner. 
Call GA 8-2401 days and GA 
8-5301 after 5:30 p.m. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



40 Help Wanted — Female 



ginia Beach, Virginia, mwie and 

entered on the lath day of July|»»Pon the grounds of no vahd 

1963, in the chancery cause of marriage between the parUes. 



Need desperately a responsible 
woman to live in. Light house 
keeping and child care for 

► working mother. Small salary. 
References. Call 428-5654 be- 
tween 10 am. and 2 p.m. 



110 Apartments Unfurnished 



42 Help Wanted-Male or Female 



0M VNak^trantoed 

FIKIELL 

mmuBmn « tile co. 
ai fv. n«t ». ^ MA 5-^0$ 



Q. M. "Harlem A<hniirirtrator, 
ci.i., <rf I. R. B. Harless Estate 
aid Q. M. Harless, Executor of 
Itta Boyd Harless Estate, v. 
(giertn C. Moose, pendhig in the 
Circuit Court of tiie City otf Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, the under- 
signed wffl on Ote 29th day of 
July, 1963, si. 12:00 o'clock noon 
of that day, at the front door of 
the Cifty HaJl Annex, Virginia 
Beach Bwough, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, offer for sale to the 
high^t bidder, the foUowiig de- 
scribed real estat^: 

All ihai certiai tot, piece or 
parcel of land, toother with the 
buildings and impiovenwnts 
Ihereon, sitaiate in tl» City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, County 
of Princess Amw, and known, 
nunrt}a«d ai^ expiated m Lot 
No. seven <7) in Btock No. Sixty- 
three <63) on Plaft No. Three (3) 
(rf part of the propmty of the 
Virginia Beach Development Com- 
pany, which plat is duly of record 
to the Oifvx of tiw Clerk of the 
Circuit Cmirt of PriiK»ss Anne 
County, in Map .B<kA 3, Page 177. 
to whkh reference is hereby 
made, the saW lot toeing mora 
particulariy hounded awi de- 
scribed as follows: 

B^iraiing at a poW in the 
southern Itae of Twenty-sixth 
Staeet which m distmt in a west- 
erly direction fifty <50) feet from 
41» footowestero iat««ection of 
Twenty-m^ Ste«et aM Aflantic 
Avenue, rwawi^ then^ westerly 
al«« ^ sottthMTi hne <rf Twen- 
ty^ixth ^reet fifty <50) feet, more 
or teffi,^ the northeastern corner 
of Oioi Ife. 8 in eaid 'Hock No. 63; 
tlmue awUterly at right angles 
to WmmaivmxA ^reet lOmg the 
«afimi tee ••I 4iat ^. «, One 
Hundred and Fwty (140) feet, 



And an affi<tevit having been 
noade and filed that the defend- 
suit is a non-resident of the State 
of Viiiginia, the last knmm ad- 
dress being: c/o Nelo Teir Con- 
struction Company, North East, 
Maryland. 

Not resident of the State of 
Virginia, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due piiblication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 
A copy — ^Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 
BY: Mary M. White, DC. 
J. Frank Gsdlagher, p.q. 
210 25th Street 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

7-24TU 



FOUNTAIN WORK— girt or boy, 
over 18. Must he experienced. 
Apply in person at Alexander's, 
^th and Atlantic. 

50 BusinoM Opportunities 



DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT — For 

sale. With long lease. Thriving 
business. Excellent location, to- 
quire at 428-9680. 



CommonwealHi of Virginia, In 
the Clw^'s Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia 
Beedi, mi the 11th day of July, 
1963. 
KENNETH PAUL BAKER, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
MYRNA JEAN KELLY EASSER, 
Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this aiit is to 
obtain a divorce a Mensa Et 
Thoro to be later merged into a 
Mvora A Vinculo Mtoimonii 
from the said defendant upon the 
grow^ «f deserticMi. 

AikI w affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resi<tent of the ^Me 
of Virginia, the last known P(Kt 
Ctfftee add^«s fee^: c/o Mr. 
Curtis Kelly, P. O. Box 742, Mid- 
dleburg, Va. 

Not rM(tent of the State of I 
Virginia, it is wlered that she do I 
a|^)ear hwe wMhin ten (10) days! 
after due pirt)lication hoeof. and { 
do what msy te sam^nj te pto- 1 



Would like to contact some bank 
or Investment Company inter- 
ested in financing a $32,000 
real estate transaction in Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia. Would 
like fast service. Walter L. 

, Hodges, Bridgewater, Virginia. 



Very desira'ole, 3 bedroom apart- 
ment. For information, call 428- 
3068. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



MERCHANDISE 



111 Apartments Furnished 



FOLLY RANCH, i400-17th St., 
clean, modem rooms, effici- 
encies. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ments. Reasonable weekly, 
monthly, or annual rates. 



22ND ST., 210—1 and 2 bedroom 
furnished apartments. Yearly 
and seasonal rental. 



Furnished !>nd unfumi^ed one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. Call GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganio Auction Co. 



LIVESTOCK-PETS 



70 Dogs— Cats— Other Pets 



POMERANIAN-^Pedigreed Male 
pu|K. $75 each. Call 341-3494. 
CLASS. 50 



WDATS 



30 Boats and Supplies 



SAILE0.4T— 17 fo^t sloop with 
teak deck, sails, bronze fittings, 
3 H.P., 1W2 Johnson motor. 
Reasonable. 428-3920. 

CLASSIRED DISPLAY 
INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
Of Music 

Brartow Hvftii, MmcObo 

313 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



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Ir Hi Si ,c-s jtul I si. 



I itjuij. (lions. 



\t \ ^ 441 



Ask Your Eye Physician AImniI 

TRAYLOR'S 

Vli^la Beach's only 

GUILD OPTICIAN 

1369 Laskin Road, Va. BMch 

Bcfoard H. McNaann, Mvr. 

GAi4«ift-402« 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFINCGUTTERING 

Hatv Roofed And Gultered Vn-ginia 
Bead For The Past 10 Yean 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



FINANCIAL 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
CA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



PROMPT HOME FINANCING 

HOME FEDERAL SA VINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

700 BOUSH STREET - NORFOLK 
•Ot4 VIRGINIA aCACH BLVD. 

AT THOMAS CORNER 



WILLIAM KILLGROVE 

Insfruction In 

Piano, Organ, Accoi^ion 

JU 7-0466 - 428-7727 



Repairs 

Commercial 

and 

Household 
Refrigeration 

Laundromats 

Deakrs for Westhighoase 

AppUaoces 

aad 

raectrical CoatncioK 

m C. JOHNSON 

\lZ - 17th Street 
yirgiiiia Bei^ 

< Phoae GA S-4671 



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REAL ESTATE 



BAY ISLAND 

Tidewater's FiMst All 

Waterfront Community 

LOTS fOR SALE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE CO. 
I 4644(»1 NighH GA 8-9192 



ASK 

AlDRIDCE c. CH AMBfRS Int 

ABOUT 

EXTERAMNATOR StRVICt 



ADJUMS BROS. 
PLUMBING CCM>. 

'So'viBc Vnip^ B«a^ dkm» 1934* 

Pfumbing and Heating 
Repair i»rvi"e and suppliM 

v/arm air duct fwating 
C hrysfer Air Conditioning 

BlIM^BT TERMS AS Dl^nOft 
W¥ SERVICE ^"HAT WB W^ 

416*1:^ St. - GA 9.^11 
V'nglnie Be«A 



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CIS—WTAR.TV ( 3) 
NBC— WAVY.TV (10) 
ABC— WVEC-TV (13) 

IMONDAY thru FRIDAY 
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(1»>— Tod»y 

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7:S9 ( 3) — AlmMiac 
7 « ( 3) — aUhaliik Jwknon 
Vt«ft < SI — un j» MiM «r« 
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SiM f »— C^taiii bofarao 
•AM ri*>— Tto^KT td ndewaMr 

t^tt ( m-^ao\i nd caMsncv 

(10)— B'Wtaa Don 

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•dIS ( 3)— Award Th^tre 
•;30 (10) — Th« B«M at OroiM^M 

(I3>— Alfpe B. Around lowm 
•fW CIS) — Morninr Movia 
• :5S ( 3) — Dr. Whitsbunl Keporti 
!•;«• ( «)— <^ileiid«r 

M:95 (!•> — ^KBC K*w« 
Mise ( SI — I Low l^ew 

(l«> — Play Tour Ha 
»tm* ( S) — 3%a MeOofa 

(10) — The Price In BUHt (Color) 
(13) — ^LoTS TliiU Bob 
11 m* ( 31 — Pet* * Qiadro 
( !•>— CoDOaotratloB 

AIH'ERNOON 

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(14I>— Yoor Flnt Im|il eaaloit 
(IS) — "SMimaM Braia ra<d 
Md* ( 3) — Seardi for Totnorrow 
(19)— ^nvtb or C^omaQtMooaa 
(13) — Ffcthef Know> V^t 
!>>«• < 3)— Tha Ooidlnc Urbt 
ISiM (i«) — NBC Neva Baoort 
IHM ( S) — KIMred Alexander Show 
irlth John Warelnr 
<1«— ClailM For DoUan 
U3')-— Scmrai Eoapltal 
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(lO— ■Dialiti<' For OoUan 
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(10)— Bea torod 
(im — ^riai^ In f^m 
f:f6 (10)— BC Hewa 
•iM ( m — Woof* 1>«r<y 
(10>— 1*e Doftora 
(ia> — Jaue Wynian Shor 
SsM ( S) — To Tell the Truth 
'IS)— LaretU Toaof ffiiov 

/»>«l nii#.n For A Day 

SiM ( S>— Detwlaa Edwanto 
.>iu# 1 Ji — i'he Mitlionaira 
(10) — Tou Don'l 3w 
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(1S>— Mlek^ Moaaa CIM 
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( S) — Waatber 

( 3) — Don Cartcr'a BowUas Tlpa 
(!•)— To« Bear 
( 3)— Movla 
(10)— WhlrteyWrda 
( is'i -^arrr Donetta 
(IS) — Rao Coohrana 
( 3) — Ik'. White)iur«t B eii orl a 
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( 8) — TV Beporler 
(l*>-^ix Thinjr Saoort 
(13)— 8<« Hunt 
I Sh— WeaiHarmao 
( 3)— Walter Cronklte 
( 1*1 — BuatWV- Brinkter 



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TiW ( S)— Morla 

(M) — naniw aay 

(13) — Norfolk Senatorial Debate 
TiS* (lO) — t.aramla 

(IS)— Oonibal 
8 :30 3) — TalMil Seonta 

( 10) — Empire 

(13>— Hawaiian I^ 
•i3* ( S> — Ja.'-k Bennr Show 

«J0) — Dfok Powell Theatra 

(13)— tT.S.-Ru»8lnn Trarii Meet 
10:00 ( 3) — Keefe Braanelle Show 
l*:at <!•) — Cbet Huntley ReiHirtiac 

(13) — Prwidential MlMioa 
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llsBS ( S)*-4UTia 
lt:S1 (IS)— Tboatra IS 
11 iM (!•) — Sporta 
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WEDNESDAY EVENING 

7iM ( 8) — Kotmi^tr 

(IS) — Arthur Smith Slow 
(13) — Dnuraet 
7:30 ( 3)— CBS Reportg 
( lU) — The V irKiniaa 
( 13) — Wairon Train 
8:00 ( 3) — Time Is Running Oal 
• >M ( 3) — ^Dobla OUll* 

(ISX— Goinr My Way 
•tM « S>— Barwir HinBilUaa 

(10) — Parry Cono Mtiaic Sail 
•tM < S) — Dick Tan Dyke Slmv 
(IS>— Ow Han Hlrrena 
10:00 ( 3) — Reckonlnr 

(10) — The Eieventh Hour 
(18) — ^Naked Caty 
11 iW ( S>— 11th Hour Ne^a 

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11:06 (13) — Itnrphy Marital 
ll!i* ( 8)— WaaOiar 
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(18) — Local Hewa-Weatber-Qparta 
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ELIZABETH ALUN pbys a 
pf B por Porion M i ii wnio mslts In 
1fc« SouNi S«as and in Hw anna 
irf Mm Wayna In Hm Tadmicdor 
piiMiuLiNNi oT wonovan s Kaar 
m^di opafis Wadimoay at nta 
Baach THaatra. 

lew Booklet 
Tells Of Areas 
For Recreation 

VIRGimA BEACH — Anf 

you IcxAing for a place to, spend 
your vacatioo — a place dose to 
flmne and suitable for the whole 
family? Ik> you have the urge to 
get out in tfie open an<j go 
camping, toatng, or just walking 
in the woods and fields? If you 
do you may find just what vou 
are looking for on a farm right 
ctose by, 

A new publication by fte 
U.S. Department of Agriculture 
called "Rural Rwireation — New 
Opportunities on Private Land," 
is just out and gives the latest in- 
formation on ways to enjoy tfie 
out <rf doors. 

A copy €^n be (Atained from 
the local office of the Soil Con- 
servation Service, Mncess Anne 
Statkxi, P.O. Box 6097, Virginia 
B^h, Virginia 23456, Aubrey 
N. Hobnes, Work Unit Con- 
wrvatkmist. 

Holm«, who is assigned by 
Ac SCS to aaist Ac Virginia 
Dare Soil OMBWvation District, 
mid diat the new publication li^ 
ihs ofjpwtunitira f«^ outdkior pk;- 
rwtion close to home, gives sug- 
fwlions on f»ow to find them, 
ind describes tfie ferm and ranch 
jmoph ^^lo will be your iKMts. 

It telh abwit campgrwinds, 
vacatkw farms arKi ranches, 
•wbnmlBg and boating, fiihiiw 
^id hundnc. Just walkin? tnS en- 
jov^ nature are tfie« to your 
asking. \ 

A mpy of ttiu {NiUicatkm may 
qpen up i^as for enjoy^ ont- 
^m Am ri^ in yow own 
MichtoftM^ Airt yM mver 
?««ii^ feinted. 



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mda corral panon^ty arfA paacH. 
mOO fcora ot BOtfoaiJ 

1. Comadiaii wrot* book, dM 
hour TV program aboirt trip 
to MoKOW. 

Jaa i. FMds. Jea L Irawii 



2. Compouir, skin divor, olto 
popular with "Today" and 
"Concentration" fans. 

lay ivwis. riwflh Downs 

Chat Ikwrtlay. 

3. H* loads morry IMo with . • . 
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vhnrias SpohsoiIw 
Worrm Vondan. 
Prad Htod H to rrgy. 

4. He's Jothfo in "TIm Bavorly 
HillbBlios." 

M a ur y Londars. Max loar. 
Mmny Clam. 

5. Ho ploys rolo of top lownnn 
in "The Untouchobtet." 

labart Stock. Tod 

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Opening lead: Jack of diamonda. 
COMMEffT: South had bo prob- 
Mem with this hand. He set up 
ttie spade suit by trumping the 
fourth round of spacies and there- 
tore made, an easy overtriek. 
Hortt and South should have 
reached a contract of seven. Both 
were partially to blame, however 
South put North on the spot with 
the jump bid of four hearts. If 
South had merely overcaUed with 
«ie ^ade, lie could have' shown 
tfae strength (tf his hand later and 
would have had a chance to tod 
MifnnHfhfflg ahfHit North's hfTtf* 



Local Folk 
Music Group 
In Concert 

NORiFX>LK— The "Hard Trav- 
elers," a popular Virginia Beach 
folk nnisic group, wiU present a 
concert for the Norfolk Arts Fes- 
tival Saturday at 4 p.m. at the 
Lafayette Park Amphitheatre. 

The ensemble sing authentic 
folk <»!^ to their own accom- 
paniment on the guitar and banjo. 
They hatve made several appear- 
ances in dus ama in past wf^hs 
and were featured "ast Sunday at 
the Boaixlwalk Art Show. 

lite "Hard Travelers" consist 
of Bob Baldwin, Bob Smith, Pete 
and iMary Frances Rowe and Jim 
and Anna HeiKierson. 

The Norfolk Arts Festival, 
which ends Sundi^, wiU feature 





'^nie Mikado," m o(i»«tta im- 
sented by Ae Old I^milnion Col- 
lege Opera Workshop, Tliursday 
•through Saturday at 8:46 p.m. 
The T«tt Art Show is op«i daify 
tiixn 10 ajn. to 8:15 p.m. 

The Norfolk Sj^i^i^KMiy Or- 
chestra will present a concert 
Skmday at 8:45 p.m. 



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VIRGINrA BEACH, VjRGINI A, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1963 



Two Sections— 12 Pages 



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HEM«N0 SET TODAY 
FOR MMJBU YOUTH 

MIINCE^ ANNE — Fiibsm-ymKAd lohn U«^r Hin», 
chw|(4 wirti the robtefy of VH^n^'M^m ani a siKjouout witt 
p^i@i Moi^^' wttl f^prnm at a prcliminaiy hmv^ today in 
JttVtnile and |>oimstic Re^kNu Court before Judp L. Travis 
Braa;h. < 

Pc^k^ iaki thrt t^ bw robbed the P^m Mobile Service 

«^atn^iytfl»diWiiai ' — 

BewA Boutevw^, tmo$i « ms^- i^ or ri ihoot you." . 




,Ut to M^ Utt Oee ttma ttt ^ 
tim awi ]afa» A<A i* ^ee te- 
fim te #as i^rebdnfed. 

I^odqr'i hearing lA t:W ajn. 
wm bi <d4M^ to ttM i^Mc. 

Hlfloi Ins been ^iSil with 
aittiad roMery and #flkv at • 
|Kdk« offi(^r. It is «mclKi ttet 
burnptfy ami citer tamv^i ^^ 
irinlM brouf^ i^idM^ inutti. 

n* b^'a qiNe «f vcMa^y and 
gunitey, «cos^dhig to ^ttsa, ^ 
pA wbmi he vMit to « a^M^s 
booae eariy tfcmiay and atalaa 
SS^itoa rawAvw* ad tavo lN»es 

fli MMMUltticn. 

TBhw. 1^ 11:80 tkM. ^ aiaogod ' 
^ fobbed ttai is^iot itilion of 
W »M>9t. ^ra ikM iovesd the 
aito&dHA Studey J. ICfOM^. to 
rip tin phoM fi^ ft« «tiL 

Pi^st a^f Ihat Bl hiif t §si, Mtay 
from ite ser^e rt^ton 1^ p(- 
^ ti^ Mo a co^mcr'a cu- »d 
tel^ M driver, WflltePd ^^ma. 
^, MUranl L^, to tete Mm to 
tilt ^Uff^rih Biacb bin iwmNitMit, 
Ittpl^ tfi^Mtf Mtt Hif fSW 'flfidi 
in Site's yrm^ "ttase wa 
nothing vlae^ to do but i^," 

fMiOB lMC»n gliing ^Mt lo 
tb0 «|r wlibn It ran a eod Ik^ itt 
Sett^Road and Vir^AilaMi 
^4fBoulavwd. _ 

SevanU piiftt ctn MtitfiidttMi 
paU) of %i«pl1 ear i» tt J#- 
proachad Cypreai Ave. WIimi 

t-ewt «hd 

• 'yard to l4ii St 
patfoliliian W. H. Ctitmiglit to 
pdnuit. , . 

PoUoa say that he tw Mo Hie 
garaga of the hone of Vn. lUy- 
wood Uxde at 706 l^i St. uid 
briolM out a window pane «» a 
pop Mtle. Mn. Uale, fttmm 
aw Miaa, opened Oie teMe door 
or fi» iftadwd garage 4o isffeitt- 
girte and Hine» tctd her, "Shut 

iipifle High 
Gontract Lst 

VIRGINIA BEACH — "Hie 
Sdiool Board l^esdi^ vwarded a 
ccotraet to* Q» constrw^tton of 
Ba^ide m0i Sdiool to Siobot E. 
Vi^quia, foe., of Portsn<Mittk. A 
«»^a($ wu also awuxied for an 
addition to WiliMU Elementu^ 
Sdiod. 

Ibrquia, <&ic. waa low Wlft a 

m ^ $imm ^^^ 195,000- 

m^m^tofji /^^ sdiool. R is to 
be huik m myshaee Road at Uie 
north e^ of Arag<^t ViHage. 

Several Mem "vete ddated 
frfffl) the ecHitr^ incl^iag a 
9104,000 aiadiiui) a»l field bovae. 
The bond ind&:alied t^ tte ata- 
diiun ad^ yet l»e tended Hi 
ttMi conftaw^on 'v^n tt wAed to 
aak the^BtaaMMT to 0we tt iMfl 
llie Ant of 1M4 to decide w «da 
Itom. B»e IM <m ^ <xgatw^ 
lad been f2.0iM00. 13» dele- 
^m ws« made !• Mnot lower 
hMa. 

fraidi W. Oox, adMMd a#Bto- 
toide^ saM, 'VntB *e tow a 
ekjaro* i»chue of .ttv feoad fco- 
gnwi, it «ugtt be a good ii^ to 
dete aeOon on te iMtan. rm 
concmwd iMtt <Nir fi^acN." 

Ia J. tt)y, fiw., of Nwfott WIS 
low bMder cm ti^ m^At^ae^m 
$myA to be bidlt at IWiin 
WeraMtary ScMi&bl ^»r fiairtt 
Cwner. Hoy's bU wm We.TM 
1^ giwe a cam^Mmk ttee 
110 ^p. 



Itw idaimn^i the door and 
totted n. 

W»n poli<» cara mnd offlcera 
^th^ed in front of the ^«ge, 
the youth lirM nine shots at 
them. Nobody was hit but a bulkt 
ripped tte Coulter sitap of Cet- 
w^rt's uiiMonn. A police car 
iim hit tlwee tiiBea» one buUtt 
sbvck a dog-Weber's truck. 

IH>lk» say that he warned tii«n, 
"Coo» cl(^r and ywi'il 0, sh(A." 

They y^^ to IHines to cMue 
«H. After a lew monente si^se 
he appeared wifiii his hrads over 
his l^ad. r 

Hines, wfcto flws te the 1^^ 
ae^ioi of Vijginia Sea^ was 
tfdffin to tiie IMewater Det^^on 
Home at Gnai &idge. 

According to police, he was 
detumined to ^ to Fkalda to 
viattMaai^. 

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vmGimA BBAOH — «ieyev 
Itevjs' roam «id Htoxy Itaylor'a 
wtt wiH ^^otaln the metsb^a of 
the Ca^^tlter &ach and Olate 
Chih next vmek. 

the llqper Davia Ordiesba, 
Ulster ^ directkm of Cy Del- 
man, ^mn <Mi tlie irtarl^t deck 
at the beach chib fViday and win 
cmthiue thnw^ Aug. 1. 

T^ior needs no introductton to 
'^rghib BMch veshlei^. He ap- 
p«^ in the Hunt iRoom for ^ 
conseoitive yens ui^ la^ 9a»- 
(Ml. A iMrf^ured entertainer at Mi- 
ami's K«BAwofth Hotd, tile f^an- 
ist-«>niedlui hm tmay fanis snd 
frtends aoMM^ toad r^i^i^ and 
his abiltty to recc^oixe and tmne 
members of his audwnee has id- 
waya made a hit with Itant itoom 
iwtoims. 

Taylor wiil appear in the ho-, 
tel's ^e4iour xy^tsftot Friday 
throng Sept 2. 

jj»ter Imta, who rmks at Qte 
top of tl» aociety band list with 
Meyer Davi^ wifl tmke his final 
iq)pearance of ti^ season tcmi^t 
at the.beadi ctaib's atarlight deck. 

62 Donate 
Bteftd Etere 
Itespite Heat 

V!RGS«nA tBSAGH— Sbcty-two 
^iMts la&veA a heat wave f^- 
day. to 0ve a pint of bleed. 

Hany vdbaHteexs woriEed hard 
&k1 long to taiag tite story of tt» 
^od Program to tl» iMention of 
VdipiKda BeMSi citizens. Jolm C. 
Hu«Mqrfbeig d^gned and maAe 
a qj^al p(»tor to i^miiMi 6omffB 
(d ^ ffioodmoMle visit, m«n- 
%Mi fi ^ Pritina Ani^— Vir- 
1^^ BMMrti Junior Womei's 
orTduAi offiii r^dar domes xad 
Amtar Aed CroM V<A»itoai ?e- 
ouiM iksoms in phMxs <rf btisi- 

T^ «Mta to ttta vi^ wMi 126 
^ of Mood aad w« the &rt 
vM ^ the ^oteol^ to tiiis 
area lor tUa S»d 3^0-. Hum, 
1Mb a tintioM ctf ^ (tows we 
h»i» a^ied iMtog our ({uota 
by M ^m lew itm §0%. 



Ihe ntttt vlitt <rf ^ Blood- 
SAMe 1MI be September 2m. 



Yontk Drowns 
At Givalier 



ymGmh beach— a n-year- 

old Norfoft boy v^ drowned 
»riy TUMdiy, runutes ater be 
entered ^ <:^valler Beach Club 
pool ffio- a fMbi(Mei swim. 
Jiunes Lee firickhmise, at tl« 

1200 block of Matm Ave., and 
an empk^e of tte Cavalwr, en- 
tered the pool at Ami 3:45 a.m. 
after finiibing his work, accord- 
ii^ to detove A. E. Smith. 

Hie b<^ had changed from his 
uniforoi and put on bathing 
trunks, SmM md. He nid tiiat 
^K^rdiog to witnesses 6ri{dchouse 
ted ^n^ed into the pocd feet 
first and twam underw^r half- 
way xftm the pool. Then he 
ston»d Mdmming xad st»tod to 
tte surface. 

BrM^jyie 4rkd to surface 
three thu^, Smidi saM, but only 
his Inwto teft tiie water. Then he 
dropped to ^ bottom. 

Smifii said he was told that the 
boy Imew bow to awim. 

A j^iaaman at the State 
Crime Labor^ory in Norfolk sdd 
an »it<^g^ showed no evkience 
of diflMae or injury. 

Burks l&unner, nom^r of the 
Cavai^ and the boy had been 
to^ructed not to use tte po<d^ or 
Hie bea^ ISMnUties. 

Af^r BrfaddMUM sank to tte 
bottom of 4be ^mri, a wit^as, 
Bruce H. Woodiey, 17. of Suffolk, 
Ttm taf hdp. Two other CavaU^ 
flnpMpei tort: ^iddiottse ^tim 
t^ p<^ after be badhem q»I^ 
tot abooft to oto^M. 

TIm Viit^i^ 6eaeh R^eue 
Squ^ ni^ied to 0m tutrnW, 
sm. HMiMe to xwaye tte ^1^' 

BA^Im^ was a son of 1lflHtt*t 
and Mrt. tdMie M. Bri^houae. 

Mmmaet aaM^tttf! b<qr had only 
beoi etofioyed »t t!be CaviUier for 
a lew (tt^s. 

BeaMes his pamits, he is air- 
vt^ed by two brottM*s, Miltcm 
ai(ddK»ue and Karl BricUiouse, 
uid sx nstors, Juanita Brkk- 
houae, (Motia BricMiouae, Lynda 
Brickhouse, Jacqueline Brick- 
house, GweiMtoiyn BricUiouse 
and MlUtual Sfickhoiffie, all of 
NoPfolk. 

"nwi body was takra to Jones 
Funcaal Home. 



Six fietire 
At Ft. Story 



FORT STOiRY — The Depart- 
meiit of the Army has announced 
the retireneirt oi the foBowkig 
penoond m dt Mly 31, 1903: 

U. Col. 3<Am N. .^bro, Head- 
^larters i^aagmy, <U. S. ktmy 
Snppfnt ESraiwnt, r^irii^ after 
irore tlan 20 yests active sovice. 
Col. Ain-o recmed one O^ Leaf 
Clu^r to tile Army Conunei^- 
ticm Afedd at a parade ceremcnqr 
Tu^Ktoy. 

Lt CoL {Patrick M. Cronln, 
He»iquart«B Co., U. S. Anoy 
Siqip(at ^SkasamA, retiring after 
more tiaa 22 years iMrtive mbSi- 
tary aervioe. Col. C^nin received 
tte Am^ C^nmend^imi !Ble<bl. 

Lt Col John A. Tell, idso of 
HeMiquuten Com^uiy, U. S. 
Army Suppcat ^m^ who has 
cMopkibed mem ttan 21 years 
active so^oe. He was dso inmtd- 
ed the AMny Canmen&iAimi Med- 
al ^ Tuesday's c^remonKs. 

OWO Chaztea K. AbDowd, ae- 
^ined to Headcpilriiera, PM tes- 
tis iHit who tais baen m dv^ at 
Foit ^iry as ilnaaee Ofik&r. Be 
retirtM lAer more ttian 24 yrau*s 
active a&tvkit. 

SPC meimid m. 9&ams, mmi 
Tranflp(»tjMtai Wiatam, reto^ 
after miwe ttei M yem »edi^ 
«rvice. 

Sgt. Asfaton C. WAitor, mad 
Tnam^a^^m Go. wfe» hw «mi- 
pletod ow M yens ««»' buii- 
tuy aeinoe. 

fa «kittk» to ttosdi^s ffiyg- 
nooiea md ^tnkte^ te «MD ipere 
eeA a^g^ed Itai An^ lettoe- 
mest oex^fleile. ^ 



(petals Welcome Farm Queens 




City Manager W. Russell Hatdiett presents a ueashell- 
studded "key to the city" to Mary Helen Pollok of Whitmell, Va. 
and Rosalie Bowman of MouiH Vernon, Iowa. The girls hold eare 
<rf com presented them by County Agent E. R. "Dick" Cockrell. 
Left to right: Hatcbett, Mks Fc^lok, Miss Bowman and Cockrell. 
Si(Hy wi pa^ 1-B. (Baldwin photo) 



Committee Named To 
Find Area For Surf Riders 

, , ^ ■ m- 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mayor Frank A. Dusch appointed a 3-man committee at MoodB^s 
City CouncU meeting to wodc cm die po^ibility of providing a designated surfu^ ar^ at Vii|pi^ 
Beach. 

Named to the committee wwe CHy Manager W. Russell Hatchett, Virginia Beach Ommdl- 
man Hugh Kitchin and City Attorney George Vakos. 

At the July 8 meeting council was asked for a specific surfing area by a group of you% 
surfers. At that time council dis-l 



cussed the possibility of setting | service to King's Grant be con- 



Newspaper Awards To 
Highlight VPA Meet 

RICHMOND— Awards and citaticms for general excellence 
in all pba^s of new^iaper making will be made to daily and 
««ckly memtiNs. of the Virginia Press Association at the closing 
banquet of the;^l$t annual meeting of the association on Saturday. 

The three-day (invention wiU be held, at die Cavalier Hotel, 
Virginia Beach, Thbmiay, Fri- 



day and Saturday.- Josiah P 
Rowe, HI, co-publisher of the 
Free Lance^tar, Fredericksburg 
is the (Hitgoing president of the 
association. Nfuwood C. Middle- 
tcm, maaajung edtexr of the 
RoMM^ Times, VPA vwanls 
^Ktnim wUl present awards to 
d» followii^ 

T*e Southwest t1ni»( Piilas- 
irtr 'flfst, tfwit 1^^ niS ho^jr- 
aUe inattioa, press work. Bristol 
Herald-Courier, first, general 
makeup. The StauntcMi News- 
Leader, firat, ^iSE^y advertising. 
The Free Lance-Star, Fredericks- 
buig; first ,pKm v/ork and hon- 
orable mcn^km, front j^e. Cul- 
peper Star-£xponait, h<MKN-ahle 
menti<m, front page, general 
makeup and display advertising. 
The Alexandria Gazette, h<m- 
orable mention, front page. 
Covington Vu^inan, iK>norabIe 
meition, general makeup and 
press work. The N^vs-Vl^nmn, 
Waynesboro; honorable menti(xi, 
display advertising and ' pi^s 
work. 
Groq> n Daily NewvfMipers 
Daily News I^ecord, Harrison- 
Imig; first, front page. The News, 
Lynchburg; first, general make- 
up and h(morable mention, front 
page, display advertising and 
press work. TTie Daily Progress, 
Charlottesville; first, display ad- 
vertising and press work; hon- 
orable mention, general makeup 
and fnmt page. The Danville 
Re^ster, honorable menti(m, 
front p3^ and display adveitis- 
ii^. Tlw Progress-Index, Peters- 
buig; hon<»«ble mention, front 
page, general makeup and press 
vi/ork. Tlie Bee, Danville; hon- 
orable mention, display adver- 
tising and press work. Lynch- 
burg Advance, honorable men- 
tion, display advertising. . 
Grom HI fMlv Newsoap^s 
The Virginian-Pitot. Norfolk: 
first, frotA page. Richmond 
Times-Dispatch, first, general 
makeup and honorable mention, 
front t)age and display advertise 
ing. The RicbmcnKl News Leader, 



first, display advertising. Daily 
Press, Newport News; first, press 
work and honorable menti(Mi, 
general makeup. TTje Roanoke 
World-News, honorable mention, 
front page. Le<^cr-Star, Norfolk; 
honorable nient^m, front page, 
^mral nwkeup asnl press wcmc. 
nje Times - Herald, Newport 
New^ haworaWe mention, <fii- 
play advert&ing. Hie Roanoke 
Times, hotwrable met^ot^j^a^ 
play advertising ttid press work. 
Group I Wed[fy l^jew^i^en 
The Tidewater Review, West 
Point; first, front page and gen- 
eral makemp; honorable mention, 
display advertising and jM-ess 
work. TTie Madison Ccwnty 
Eagle, first, dispkw advertismg. 
The Shenand(»h Herald, Wood- 
stock; first, press work auid hon- 
orable mention, front page. 
Southside Viiginia News, Mc- 
Kenney; honorable mention, gen- 
eral makeup and display adver- 
tising. The King Geor^ News, 
honorable mention, cUspIay ad- 
vertising. The Bath Co«my En- 
terprise, honorable mention, 
press work. 

Grot^i II Weddy Newsimpers 

Independent Messenger, Em- 
poria; first, front page and gen- 
eral makeup; honorable mention, 
display advertising and |»-ess 
work. AltaVista /ournal, first, 
display advertising and hcHiw- 
abie mention, general makeup 
and press Work. The LdMnon 
News, first, press work and 
honorable mentton, displav ^- 
vertising. The South Hill Enter- 
prise, hoiK>rable meotion, front 
page. The WestmorelaiKi News, 
honorable mention, frtmt page 
and general makeup. The Stuart 
Enterprise, honorable mention, 
display advertising and press 
work. 
Gnrap III Weekly N^spapers 

Loudoun Times-Mirror, first, 
front page and general makeup. 
The Journal-Messenger, Manass- 
as; first display advertising and 

(ConHiMMd on page 4) 



aside an area on either side of the 
Steel Fishing Pier for that pur- 
pose and gave the surfers per- 
mission to use the south side be- 
tween the pier and lU^ee Inlet 
until arrangements couki tie 
worlced out. 

Driving Fish Away 

Horace Culpepper, wiui has 
lea^ the pier this season, ap- 
peared before council M(«day 
and complained that the suifrid- 
ers were driving the fish away 
from Uhe pier and said that the 
youngsters had been uncoopera- 
tive in moving away from the 
area. 

He a^o said that tiie 20&-foot 
boundaiy discussed by ooundl 
was too doae because "some of 
the fishermen can cast 250 to SCO 
feet." 

The surfers are seelung an area 
that w'M be free of swinuners and 
have re(}uested a locati(m near 
Rudee Inlet where tt« »irf is 
better for riding. Swlmnui^ be^ 
tween the pier and the MeX was 
banned by oouncil last year be- 
cause of the danger<MS surf. 

Culpe^n;)er said it is 303 ieet 
between the pier and the ie^ 
but tlie surfers still &xae, 



tinued and not be affected by 
water negotiations between Vir- 
ginia Beach and Norfolk. 

King's Grant Developer Wil- 
li«n E. Witt r«id a prei^red 
Aatement informmg (Xiuncil thai 
his firm has qient "considerable 
money to put in lines lor Part 
One and Part Two of King's 
Grant as weU as tiie entire littie 
Neck area." 

He alto said that tfwy had 
wpmni ^BfiQO for a pumping ata- 
Hen M raquired by Norfolk and 
indicatad that fbo firm had on- 
torMi a "contract" with NerfoNc 
le pravido wator for King's 
Grant. 

Witt said he appeared before 
councU on his own, witlKM^ l^id 
advice, and that Ids recpi^tt was 
his own personal acttop. Council 
agreed to send Um i«M^itttai but 
vrould incorporate liis statanmts 
in tile rosokttion so that w^er 
negotiations wouM not be affect- 
ed by it. 

At tlie request of the school 
boanl council agned to clofle Cy- 
press Avenue behind Vir^:da 
Bea<^ H^h Schocd because of 
acbool comtructkm. 
Ub^lhett asked the ^Vdi^en 



tte 200-foot boundary fwm 4be 
pier. 

Kitchin told coun^l he h«i 
been observing the area since the 
situation jcame up at (iw last 
meeting to determine wh^ mi^ 
te worked out for the ridCTS. . 
"Why don't wo ghw a blodc 
to tho nirfort, uy at 3rd Street, 
whort thort aran't too mMiy 
swimmors," Kitchin sufi|0fllod. 
Hatchett said he had received 
numerous calls on 'ttie matter and 
recomn^nded a spot at the norUi 
end of the beadi. 

Vakos said that it was obvicma 
the pier operators and surfera are 
"not conqwtible and wiH not 
work out their own solution to 
this problem." 

Council indicated the coimnit- 
tee should have some answer to 
the surfing problem by tlie Aug. 
12 meeting. 



to make a tour of tiie d^s newly 
improved recreational ficWOm, 
whidi has been done toy the Rec- 
r^tion Department lliey i^reftd 
to meet Tuesday a^mo<^ ti 
Princess Anne <nank to mal% the 
tour. 

Canal Preioet Boaslod 

llie Virgutia Beach Develop- 
ment Council has adrad om^l 
to "assert every effort" to Axme- 
plete the study of the im]|Nnied 
canal and waterway system be- 
fore construction of the Virgbi# 
Beach-Norfolk toll road ki ^Wta^. 
The council said this is necei^iju^ 
so that provisions for hi^le^ 
bridges can tie incorporated ^q|o 
tiie isA road plans. 

Ma^or DtBch as^ed Vir^a 
Beach C(wncflimn Edward I*. 
Caton, m, l^nailuiven Couacll- 
man James Dankn aiKi City En- 
gineer Charlie Kiley to (tetermme 
Ur height of the prqposed lUidee 
met Bridge. 

Attoniey George Duden asked 
council for permisiidon to move a 
house down ^e beach from SMi 
Street to a new site <ui 564b 
Street. Coundl def^red iK^tum 
tmtM the next nesting wt^n tiiey 
reque^i«} Darden to have a defi- 
nite plan and route for tiie mow. 



A New Queen Reigns 




Miss June Kay Robinson, last year's L^m Qveen, places 
ttie crown <xi Miss Joyce Anne McQesky as she fiikte ov» the 
1963 reig». The coronation to<A pla^e tast Wedae^y n^t at 
tiie annual Lotus Ball at die Cavalier Beach Club, ifitme Ptoto) 



Wator For King's Grant 

In other action, CouncU agreed 
to ^nd a resolution to tte Ci^ 
of Norfolk asddng that water 

• • • 



City Known 
For Fine Surf 
Nationally 



VIRGINIA BEACH — While 
City Council ponders the problem 
of wtere or if they should desig- 
nate a surfing area, Virginia 
Beach is rapicUy ^ning national 
recognitkm as a -teading airling 
spot. 

Proof of this came to iigh^ this 
week with the rel^se of a Colum- 
bia stereo album «rtitied '^urfin' 
'Round the World" by Bruce 
Johnston. 

Included in the record is one 
scmg entitled "Virgiiua Seacfa," 
which places the resort anMU^ 
such airfing places as <Mfomla'a 
MalMiu, Africa's Capetown, 
France's Biarritz, Long Istend's 
Tlie Hamptons and Australia's 
fainous c(»stline. 

Johmton, a ITCLA ^dent who 
wrote or collaborated on 11 of the 
album's 12 selections, is <xie (rf 
Southern California's most &apeA 
surfers. 



New Helicoiiler 
Service Started 
From Pier Here 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Rcskients »id vacationers have toqg 
enjoyed foxirs of this res(Mt by land wad sea. Now a iww ^«ntoi« 
will tr^t tibem to a bird's e^ view <A Vi^nm B^fk. 

A hdicopter tour service will be fauuKfa^ today fron the 
end of Eddie Laewen's 1000-foc^ Vir^nu Beadi Fidimg ^a. 
Opo^ted by Ceiknkl Helicop- 



ters, with headepmiers in Nor- 
folk, tte t(Mirs win be sv^tobte 
seven d^s a wei^ weatlrar per- 
mitting, fnMi 9 a.m. to 8 pin. 
Cokmial Helic(^>ters is owned m& 
operated by Joe Perkim and Eu- 
gene HickL 

Tbe bhie «id red (x^^er wil 
accommodate the pOot and two 
other persons and will offer a 
clear, sweepmg view from its 
glass bid^le cabin. This feature 
will be especii^y advantageous 
to photogn^iers. 

On eadi tow, tte copter will 
fly south to Itodee Inlet, swing 
north across the resort dly for a 
view of tte ooeanfront tetels, 
golf courses, residentiM areas, 
Cj^ Henry and otter points of 
iiMerest, then turn out over the 
ocean tefiire retummg to tte 
pier. 

Tha cof^or will abo torvo as 
«) aid to life guarcb in patrol- 
kaop a look out for nHmmors 
in disfron. Whan a swimmer h 
spettMl tho iMIet can land tho 
cof^r, pick up tho lifeguard 
and fly him out to tho roacuo. 
Tho coptor it oc^lwod wMi 
floats for wator bmdinf^ 
In case of drownmp, such as 
tte Fourth of July tragedy when 
a lO-year-oid girl drowned n^r 
Rudee Inlet, tte coiner will te on 
tte scene in minutes to telp 
seanA for the body. Tte child's 
body, in tte last inddeik, was not 
found untfl two days later, wtwn 
it mubed Mtere at Dam N<Kk. 
Tte last SO feet of tte pier has 
afaread^ be^ prei»ffed as a base 
to" tte e(qjtor. Tte regular rafl- 
h^ hm^ been wi^nstA by a spe- 
cial chain fnoe ttet wiU foki out 
flu^ wtth tte ftor what ttie 
e(fi(er is in lae. 



Ouriiig off4KNiTS tte copter 
wm te tept at f^HfoHc Munk^ptf 
Airport and tte end of tte ^mt 
will te availaUe tor n^it fidtiins. 
C(^onial Helioiptov ha a shaoilsr 
toiu- at KiU Deva Hills, N. C. that 
sweeps tte OuteiteniK and tte 
Wr^ Bro^^ Ofemorial. Th^ 
idso have an agrici^u^al ^myii^ 
serw(». 

Tte Vfrghiia BmKh tour has 
receive c^azimce from tte Oce- 
1^ Nawal An: Statton. 

m SPONSORING 
BARBECUE DINNER 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Tte fta- 
temal Onier of Poltee will spon- 
sor a bar-b-que dinner and <^ce 
Sunday at the chrtibouse in coi^ 
junction with a booster imoibe^ 
^p drive now umJerway. 

Tte event wUl be op«i to 
ent booster menAen and 
pective members wte wiB 
as ^leMs of tte presort n^mbe 

Cocktails wiU be mrmd ir^pi 
6 to 7 p.m. followed by tte VuNb-^ 
que dhm«r from 7 to 1^ Tte 
dan{», which will start at I p.m., 
will be highlighted by 1^ floor- 
stew. 

Tte F.O.P. is now aboi^ 
way through its boo^r 
ship drive. i 

IND€X 

CLASSIFIED m 

ECNTORIAL _^ #4 

ENTERTAIMMNENT „ ^ 

FtMERALS -______. ^ 

SOCIITY _ 2 A ^ 

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Mrs. Moore's Balceiy 

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OrMt f afrt«» No. 3300. for ffc« fwmt- 
Mt. founaiftf* f»»»' '« '•«'' w»<ilhm wh»n 
timy eonlinu <« tool »»8» '*• *•••• 
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2 (fc« pinoforo tokw 1% yw"** •* ** 
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MeM(. foul/ •njof •ml)ro»d»f»B» rte»» 
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oMmr Bwni. Tl»«f» «•• «•»•« motH$ m 
M, on* for locfc «tay ollfc* wt^. $•■« 
*or No. «77 today. 

Ow No»dl«irofi Catoh>0 tonlaMng « 
wapoa for $»loeHng ono pcUwn it— h 
SO c«f ft. 

Smd 3* for •oth *u* paH»n, 25e 
for ooch ti—dl*work pofftw foAf 5e fot 
txxh paHmrn for ffcW cfoM moWns ono 
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GIFTH) PALMIST And UEi: 
READER telb But, PiCMrt and 
Futare. 

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food tadL, aad teky 
hand. If jro« an a tIc- 
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dent Safety 
-oup Cited 

RICHMOND — Vs«mg cm- 
zm% for Satetj, a v^AluitMr ^* 
fKflization at Viq^ia h^ 
school and collie stinletats, Mb 
reccivwl one of the tc^ awards 
that tte CommoBweaWi <rf Vir- 
gima ean fxesaai tot trafAc M^- 

In making the presentation 
Monday to K(x$ Gibscm Jr.. Vke 
President of Ae poup, Gc^oirI 
C. W. Woodson Jr., Supt oC 
State Polic5e, citrf the Yopiy 
Citizens for "outstanding publrc 
service in the field d highway 
safety." 

The award, a special type of 
cibition c<Mni»fl»We to a dis- 
tiwui^d servire to Virginia 
acdamaticm, is given to giwpa 
which have no AnamW faM^M 
in safety. It is not easfly earmd 
nor iiptly pp»^»^ by die 
stale. 

In his bfM statemetit CM<Mrf 
WoofeKHt <»mmended the You^ 
CftteeiB «i l^lr excellent p«»- 
gnwn a«d urged them to con- 
tiAiK. ill itpply Qfcwm cwnment- 
ed, "tt goes WiOKWt wyt4| ^MA 
we are nattaw! by Ah pnseA- 
tattmv— It Is a freat hmcx. But 
Ais citation is even more to us 
an indication <rf the success of 
our cwnpai^. Considering the 
number of Vii^nians who are 
killed every day on our h^ways, 
signs of prMTCK such as Ais are 
few and far betweeA." 

In Richmond for Ae presen- 
tation were Ae group's area 
representative who, later in the 
morning, were addressed by the 
organizaticm's Pr^Went, Eugene 
B. Sydnor, III. In a progress re- 
port Sydnor raajp^ted out Ae 
f [roup's current activitks and 
uture strategy. He Pressed 
plans for the distribution of 
safety posters and proposals for 
desire] legislation, and cl<Meid 
Ae meeting by saying, "If Ae 
adults do IK) improve our cur- 
rent traffic laws ... we are going 
to move cm Aeir awsciences to 
do so." 



Ifr. and tfrs. A. L. Sw^t, fr. 
and their three diUdmii erf Farm- 
Bi^m, Sfllh., MKl Hr. i^ Mn. 
G^m B. MMi, k. m thdr 
ttw «ttight«r8 m ^st Btetford, 
Omm., e« oKrnwring a nAto^ M 
Saai %. for Ae mtmth of July, 
iirs. Bwm. and (Mri. art* ai« 
the f oiroer 'Jlis^s Ellen tove and 
Bely May &mtb, d«^gMeM ol 
Mr. and Mis. Bojr Sibi^ of Va. 
Bead). ' 



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You pay regular price for the first pair, the second 
pair ii yours for only 5c. Hurry in for big savings 
on fannous brands: 



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• AWiirtH 







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fai^Va. StStt Ik Cmaty Ueei^ed. 

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CAUL 4«4-!42l 



COLD SUFFERERS 

6et fast tdief bom that adie^U' 
over, worn-out feeling due tt> colds. 
ST ANBACK'S coodtuuitioa of medi- 
cslly-proven iagcedients tedu^s 

.Jrve} and brings comforting relief. 

XiK $s a gargle for sore threat due to 
mat. &up ba(j( with STANBACK. 



Personal Mention 



Mrs. Jtdian S. Lawresra mA 

^dM^^ji^j^ If: 

C$^e m^hxmm Wn re- 

g^d tt Virgil beitt' «^ 

%mam CMk, TwiailMrttiwre to 
spend five weeks M Cmp Se- 
quoyah. 



Mr. and Mrs. !*. Porcher Gregg 
and Aeir daugWer, Jan^ are 
^p^iding this week vi^tag Mrs. 
Gilo's pannts, M*. mA Mrs. 
F. W. Weiser rt IWi" iwninar 
1m»» M IMAMn, WucMuta. bk 
timt a^mcs, ^. «ri airs. 
Grei^i fitr Cotoay hamm hi be- 
im oa:«^ ^ ib. tM Mrs. 



Mi» Mittle iw^Amt d^^lr of 
Bfir. aMl Wi. O.- ft tmAmk, is 
ipmiriijb^ ttis im^ vl^^ Mr. 
and Ifrs. L. S. miftvp A Iheir 
home hi Satem. 



Hk fidlowiiig iw^ kft on Sat- 
urday to spend sev^ im^u at 
Camp Sequoyah at Ashvflte, NX?.: 
WeKon AmtersoD, Scott Vafl, R(^ 
Hunter, I^ter «k1 Chris Cum- 
mins, Hugh IferediA, Jeffrey 
Snodgrass, BcrtAy iBeadey, Ray 
and Edmund Creekmore and 
Johnie Waller. 



Mrs. Scm. Beck of Chester- 
town, Md., is visiting l»r son-in- 
law and <teu^ter, Mr. and Mrs. 
Rld»id F. WeUcm M ^mt iame 
m Bay Colony. 



Mr. and Mrs. H. Wayne Whit- 
ley, ^r., and their fwnily of Rocky 
Mtmnt, N. C. «e spending several 
wedks at tlMir cotti^ on 71st ^. 



Mr. and Mrs. Hu^ L. Ho»and, 
Jr., Md their three diMren of 
Suffolk are spending some time 
at Ae Holland c(*a^ on RAd^ 
Drive. 



Mrs. RAert S. Reinhardt and 
her two dau^tera, Laura and 
Margaret, are spelling two wwks 
viatog Mrs. Jteinhardt's moAer, 
Ma%. P. f . WiAers at her home 
m Gmtonk, N. C, 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

I have iirf; rdumed ftcm Ub Vegas wfcere I attended Ae 
Wfidal Hair FaAioo Ocwnmittee and <t*w Natron^ Ifaintoessew and 
C(»nj«tolodsts Arao. annual Oonvcnlicm. Tlie OHktoi Haff FmWot 
Committee MMed tfcc new Ml aod ^wnter hm fi^ v*ich wfll 
*e a "DANDY." K^ features of the "DANDY' Imes are a wnail 
Md dafflty bead poiiod on m eiefan#S' shaped iiS|JC otfbwjd nufflji^ 
wave, rippled, ruffled, or dta(>ed gently to lead i«ni»iita« back 
interest to tbe coifftire. 

STYLISTS 

MRS. ANDERSON MRS. TE»RY MRS. RHD 

MRS. BROWDER MRS. RIVAS 

Jauior i^arae^i J4airAi^Unf batons 

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Ifisi Anne fitts of LyncMburg 
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. 
Richard C. Everett at her home 
in Cavalier Park. 



Mr. and Mrs. T. <bi^n Mo(ffe, 
it., iA Richmond tie occup;^g 
a cottage on 7dth St. for the 
month ol July. 



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Mr. and lfri.a.ftJW^». *. 
are amending tlw Miaual owrMH 
Uon of the MwiCM Affodat^ 
of NurseryiMn m H«wtei, T«- 
as. <te tttt^ ithirn ^, Mr. ^d 
Mn. ftrt^gK *•» -frtt * l»fe# 
Orleans and Late Chu-l®, la. 



Engagements 

FALCONER— ORREU. 

VfflGlNIA ^A^ — Mrs. E. 
&nvyar FUcon^ azmmuM^ the 
engagenMnt of Jm dw^tar, Lo- 
renna Lee. to tten^ HuriiMt 
Orrell, IB. 

Mr. Omn is tte ton of Ifr. and 
Mrs. Hssm Harriara Orrdl, Jr. of 
VirgNa INadi. 

Wm Etlroiwr is a giwhiale of 
!^ Mi«ric»n Cu^eis S^)oI In 
AkhDwnMl and is ^^^uMy »n- 
ployed by b^mudtad "Me- 
phoM and Td^i^ V^apon^on 
ai Dam Neck. 

Mr. On«B i^mds OM Domin- 
ion CoUege ifrtiere he is a member 
0* Tip Social l^r»t«mity. «e is 
pr^sntily eni^ad \q the fiaUc 
of Vir^nia fieadi. 

Hie weddkig wiU take place «i 
S^>toib«- Ttfa at Galfiee lpia»>- 
pal Quirch. 

VOtlAOA-PAXSON 

NOI^XJUC — CTO DonaM €. 
Vopada, tSN, and Mrs. Vonada 
annotmt* Uie ei^faMmt of ti^ir 
dau^iter, Ifiss Baitaia Jo Aniw 
Vonada, to David Hirffian Paxion 
of Virginia Beich. 

Mr. Paxwn is the aon of Mr. 
and yis%. Finley L Parton of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

•Miss Vtmada iMsnded <^'anby 
Hi^ School, lib-, ftuum a^Aded 
Ooeana Hi^ Schod ami nt em- 
plo^ \SS the r«ti Mitor Com- 
^ny. 

No mit bsA beei aet for the 
weddu^. 

HUSTED— WILSON 
VIRG»aA BEAOi — Mr. Md 
Mfs. A. Carl Hi^^ Jr. «U(NUK» 
the «^^ment of ^mx <tegh- 
ter, M^ Sharwj Neil Ifasted, to 
AiriMtt 2C John M. WilsMi, 

Mr. Wilson is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John R. Wilson of Olda- 
homa City, OUa. 

An October wedding is 
pbmMd. 



Thalia Group 
Visits VEPCO 



TOMJA— Mrs. J. R. Harrison, 
Jr., President of the TmM Home 
Demonstration ChA, amounced 
that tl» member of their group 
recently en^jyed a v^ to VH* 
(X) in VirgWa %ss^ for hone 
demonstration lectures 1^ Bdty 
Joe Curran, Home 'Economic for 
VBPOO who Sive a ^monstsm- 
Uon of Wff^ Woods. 

Iced Tea Coffee and Frozen 
Lemon Ftaf f trare served to the 
gue^. MembM'S broi^ 4h«r 
own sandwteh to fundi. 

'Mi«. Harry Itevis, a n^oib^ of 
the diA and temer Home Eeon 
omist for VEttX), lectured and 
demoB3trat«i "Tips fw Ironing". 

GiKsts iiKluded Mrs. D. H, 
fcidler, Mrs. C. f . McDani^ *., 
Mrs. R..D. Santa, Mrs. L. M. Ar- 
nolds, Jr., Mrs, H. R. Davis, Jr., 
and Mrs. M. KroH, all of Th^ia 
Manor; Mrs. G. O. %x£^o(k and 
Mrs. J. S. Andrews of Blrchwxxl 
Gardens; and Mrs. James Curdon 
of Great iNeck Ei^^ra fonrorly 
of Thalia MaiMr. 

Some of the Party FooeU dem- 
onstrated were: %m^ W Sour 
Cocktail Wieiwrs, Hot Crabmeat 
Dip, Nippy O^eK Balls, C^tiwy 
Delist, DiUed Grwn fi^ns, 
Oi^se Tr^te and Slmnn} Dip 



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&)UlheHand-Ccfrdingfcy W^ 
In Chapel Ceremony 



VRGirtnA ^AO^The dhi4>- 
el of Galitee Episcopal Qwirch 
was d% i^tog Sifturday at 3:^ 
pjn. ^ tte maiirii^e of Mle 
B^Mitt A)dier Smrtherland to 
Michael CamMhers Cca^dUsi^y ol 
Itobert Col^^ Manbul, Tuiitey. 
Tlw Rev. ikimund Berkeley per- 
formed ttie <»r«iKaiy. 

The bride is a dau0»ter c* Mrs. 
James Jua«»i Snitheriand and «Ui€ 
late Cmdr. South^lnd, USN. 
in» bridegitxmi k the Km ol Mr. 
and M». Ernest C(ndii^y of 
Accrington, Lancash