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VIRSINIA STATE LI 
AldUHONX}, rA. 



eiTY SCHOOL BELLS RING TODAY 




THE m 

fSPAPER PRINTED 



IN 



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VIRGIMA BEACH SUN -NEWS 



PUBUSHED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 



mCDRA'S SECOND 

LARGEST SELUNC 

SEHWEEUY 

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VOi;. XXXVm No. 69 



TtLEPHONE GA g<i2401 VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 2 SECTIONS 14 PAGES 



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Protoct School Kids 
Safoty GWef Urges 

VatOINIA BEACH^-TTw llty'i &frty Bureau Chief, Reeves 
E IcAiiwn, mnmMt Vo^ia foack cituem today that the Gov- 
em»'s Hi^way SsCety Coomttt^ f^ures show that 105 children 
vmkt IS yma et a^ mn killed in inotor vdiicle M^k^ite last 
jwr Md Wfed ^iveft to prevent tlu»iri^edy frwn t&^mm^ in 



"Cwiplete nK^UiimUM of aB 
om ttl«ty imm i j Oie only ^Ing 
VMl 'Wis aswre our ehUdren's 
■M^ on tte atN^" be nid. 
"Uto flwma acUon hy ^usots, 
^i^wn, oM^Hists, oUff cfaildbvn 
aA ^m younpten tiMotael^s." 

A IsrgB per(%i^ge of diild pe- 
^h^ilaB ^^fie 6mtQ» and injur- 
^ tm vnAMki, Ctmt JtAmon 
«M. Tito ^ to ^ ^iuikui l^ 
la IntfDc aftty eduo^n of the 
^iii oM onuteM v^kntt on 
lilt p^ of lOl i^ultt, he added. 

^fMrnMy, a ch^'a bmft aife- 
^vd in tirif & la his own m»g- 
iMhn tl A^R^md Ui tiiorom^ 
towrtt^^^ aafety rufe, t» 
•Ml. 1M mdmk are not satttf- 
li^ ani&m% ^^ snuat l>e tetight 
QWitM 4boft i« lM»M and ftt 



<^r ^taHOB ouffined ttt^e 
to «dimi^ tteir diUdm te 

1. Taach your children habits 
«r «C9 •watting. 

t %r tluil <hsy ahvaya fiiy la 

Mk ttfoM «My i^ 4w firaeit. 

■ tf Jet ttMnrm examfde of atfe 

batavlor 1>> iwn conduct ia 

He'tlao reminded teachert eiui 
aehMl officials: 

1. Make traffic aafety a repiiu- 
p«it of your inatruction. 

2. CooperMte irMi par«le and 
police aotliorities. "And, ol 
cottne," die GUef aaki. "the re- 
apoiuiWWy of the motoftoto He 
ebltf pmtrtan aalety ia tMom. 
rn^mHK how ^raH a chfid tea 
beM -trtfned, tiiera are ttm 
«^M Im le^te. At «kA tta« 
^r 9Mc tUiildi^ fe^ «be d^«er 
on «mt 4tei«^. CkmalMit i^rt- 
aeaa to • mMtf' 

to ^) oK ^)im &e eteni^ 
tiA <A tr^&> d^to ttid injuries 



among our young people by Aip- 
porting aie Child Saf^ Vt<ttmR 
which the City of Virginia ^eh 
and <Qie Governor's Hi^way SkUfe- 
ty Commi toe are conducting dur- 
ing ^ptember. 

€atnapfiing 
Brings Sorrow 
To Little Birt 

PLAZA— A Uttte gh-l u h^rt- 
broten tmlay beoauae <tf a "o^ 
^l^hig" eaae tai Mnce» Anne 

tmo U^m were iakoi from 
the home of Mr. and Mra. N«tlMai 
H(4^, Alt Aimtan Ave., aikMA 
10:30 pAi. "ni^tey. 

The furry "vWinjf" have beei 
file eonatsit ct^Moi^ ol tfie 
Hodge's S-yearold daughter alQ 
summer and ahe is heai1!4>roken, 
Mrs. Hodge aakl 

"We beard a c«r atop jn iroat 
olMirtiofMIMbMtd 
iiigiiit and Mk 
««% taicen then," t}w loMiMr 
said. 

*!%« tamlty to had many re- 
que^ for tlM kitteiu b^sHjae of 
i^Mir uiHMiad tnaridi^, Mbs. 
Hodge said, but Oiey ha^ nev^ 
i^eoi aide to |»trt wMi Che iwte' 
b^KiM ^ IMle giri «^ 80 at- 
todhed to ttMrn. 

One IMteniias a fluffy taH wUh 
a wMe 4^ "thirt toolBS like an 
utM%lniiah," waA a vUts itmA 
on, Ml iKMe. IM other lua iitat 
i^pMis to te a mixture oi w^s^- 
p^ and raliibtt Air. 

"If tiw pe<^ fiftao tooJc mt 
(taiyj^^r's pets n^ 0e»e zetora 
ttei;" Mrs. iioc^ said, "we wSl 
bB 0aA to ofto a nnifl reward. 




teeju. swiMMBtt wvm state aau uvyMi honors 



VIRGINIA BIIA<» — Two 
ywng dimmers team Pra^iM 
AoM cMw^ <^ib (S^ued first 
and tliiyrd places in &iit irtate AAU 
wonw^% one-meter diving clMun- 



p^uSUps in Ridnmn^ SMitf^tey. 
F^ Fultar, H dau^rter of 
ytt. and m%. C. N. f^iUer, 318 
40th St^ scored ICtJ? pdnts to 
deUirone M^ Eltei Hcqipe <rff 



Jtfnes iUv«', wlH) was aeekh^ 
Iwr se^^h straight women's 
crown. Miss Hc^qie had 108.22 
poiota. 
Third pl«3e west to (j«)rgia 




XjimOx itennan (^tt congrahflatei divers Bam fUB^f (ceMer) and Georgia McQu^m. 

< ^ Baldwin photo) 



Me(^iiWn, 12, ^ugMer of Cmdr. 
and Mrs. W. R. McQuUkin of 305 
Mth St., Vh^cinia Beadi. 

Both girts Irave trained umter 
the guiibnee of OMCh Henn^ 
^tt of Norfolk, a whol^ale flor- 
ist who devices a great deal 01 
his time to the Prtnceie Anb 
Club foT diving imtriMtion. 

In addition, he in^ruets dii^rs 
at swim dubs in N<»f oik and A 
ttie Norfolk Naval ^se. 

Neither girl has be^i (tefeatod 
vd the past four years in her age 
group. Miss FuQer i^aced 3rd in 
^'te three-meter competMon re- 
Mntly, a feat made e^ed^ not- 
a4)le by the ^t that her practice 
was confined to the oM-raeter 
board at the Print^ss Anm (Ma. 

&^rday's meet was open to 
di^rats 12 jeax% of age or cider. 
Comp^ttton was laaed on the 
sanw fi^ conrpukory dives as 
required in national competition, 
plus six attemate dives. 

The pair have roltod up an im- 
pressive record in the i^-group 
and open sMcrts in which they 
luve partic^wied. Miss f^iBe* has 
scored four firsts, tvro thirds md 
two second {dace imards. 

M^ Me<^ttkeii 1ms a rmosA 
of fi^ first pta(» awards, two 
seconds aiKl (Wo tidrds. 



Admirals 



Ulii^ 




M wdmi^ oee^ notoriM are wan^ to drme w^ ene. 
^ety Bureui ^ AAA olBenls are ^oi^ ^ma a -wuub^ 
m^m mu Mnwts Anae Hi#i &hoM. Im. to ^^ €3ad 
mimiM^mm ^b^ ^^ Bur^ C. T. IbU, m^^mim^m. 
dm^^^mtK tftt tmsM nd E Widlat^ TmMm, safl^ 
^mat A te T^m^ kmmckSm Awki^m. 



liTTI^ CMSnc^An esttoited 
Wi eom^m, ^ oMees ttod 
wivM in ti« Attintic i^et .^ii- 
phihimis Pcxrce, wtt ailnd a s»- 
eepttm today, at tfae OmiUt- 
Moi^ Of f icen Mess, Utte Creels 
welcoming Rear Actaiir^ sod 
Mm. John S. ifcCi^ Jr., on iifai 
retom to MulUk mA the Am- 
phM^us S^Mce^ tnd tM adiM to 
the d^paittDc Vice Athi^rat md 
Mrs. Hofsdo Rlvero. , 

Mmtai IfcCadn wffl reUera 
Adn^id i^raxo M emimiaiidn- of 
'dm Aofitttona it a cseaxu^ 
hH% Satarday ittmitag. t%te bi 
tlK MoCvtas' M^id to»tt ytOe 
Creek. Ife attvad as GomBxaSm 
<a ^ ioi^ribiws Traill^ Com- 
nsmd, U. S. Atlantic fleet in 
1962. 

Admirri Rivero aaauned oem- 
mand <d tM Anqidittw ftKtee 
m 0<Atisec IS, 19^ ioA hm be«i 
(Sited on to oarry out a nambo* 
of in^itant mteiona in i£ pe^ 
of the world. He wiU beoMte 
Di^ty Chief of l^val (^>eniitiOM 
ftr developnwirt in W^hin^^n, 
0.C. 

Admind AfeCam has onnpleted 
a tour m WaiAiiagton as ^ 
Navy's Chief of liili^o^on. Be 
wBl be lottnu^d to tiie Oree star 
rank of Vic^ Atodrd iqxm •»■ 
«uui% Ms iww eottmand. 

Both adDaiiite 4ue msnliers tf 
th0 Nevid Ae^emy cbm of lOSL 




PROCLAMAT ION 

aaaasBsii^ bssbsskmb 



^^«i^ TkMMhr'^^a fl^ ^wt vite <n40BS oivMttp 
MArU^s^M b$ towre as w»aft ^ aitereited teneowacrs; and 

Vh«iBa« te TMMMMrisiiNi^on of fltasa Bi^eiil has addsi 
^MiWida ol fhie new Iwiaes to our OMimmn^ ta feoent yma; and 

Wmnm, tt«K new homes have cmiMKrted peatiy to better 
Ito^ xaA haw luMed splradid new ne^4)ozhoods in whidi our 
dtts^ksttve; nA 

Whereu, the T^iemtt^ AoodaUon of Uome BuMers will 
o^eteate Nattipnai Borne Week Septepii)er atii to Idtfa. 

ikm, 'ffMsPehm, we M^ron of the "HdewiMber Area d Vh^ma 

Q& am9B^ froCnnm 

H-H.- ,1 »J «««- « 

aad 4o Mni^ top Oie cttlMu ^ inr i^eat t ldo water Area to par- 
t^^ato S«^ ntiiAw^ ehsttimi^ db^eatod to Che tiieeie "Better 
liviitl ni>|||is 'Whai Yiw Oim A liriy fSmm." , 

la *ntamB tH^eraM^ I t»nw hereunto si* my land end caused 
the ae^^ 1^ C% in IliMiiMw^ to N a8»^. 

D(»e. tilte^^tih day of Auguat, in tiM year <^ <Hir Lend, 1963. 



FALL SKATING SCHtDULi 

The Atai B. nM|»rd Ovic 
CmiIm- wjH r^MM ^ felt nAv 
wUmi% Sf^adiHe RMS week ana. 
The CMrier «MI be epan fatur. 
Anf from 1 to 4 pjm. unA I to 
II pm. and ^^ay from 1 to 4 
pjR., 



The FrM^ niglil Cabwat 

Mie^i^f, PrMnoHMsl Direc- 
tor BIN Uliymwi aaU, that if / 
win eoirtlnua awery Friday 
fmm 9 to 12 |MH. Ihrei^ Sap- 
tonbw. Ito asM aheiA 400 

14 amd 'IS tarn out eadi weric 


NiMX 

CLASSIFIED 

iDITORIAL 

»rrERTAINMmiT 


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4A 

4B 
3 A SA 

• A7A 


^NTfS 



Bi^ B. Ite^ it. 
Uf:y«dn^im 

Tmek A. Duadi 
Bb^r of Virginia Beach 



R. Irvine &nlth 
MiQror of PottssKHith 

C. L. HaB 
li^or ol O^sifiealffi 



Banks Have Biggest Day 



Vl^BHA BEACH— When the 
tiro banks in ttie resort aectitm of 
\nr^nia firadi opened ti»h> dotffs 
Itiescky lAer a 3-(tay i^tm Day 
we^-end tlM^ were met with an 



lancer Crwsado 
Exceeds Goai 

VBiGINIA fliACK— ilie 1963 
Cnieer Crusade «x€eeded its god 
when tt raded fi^ird^ and hit 
an idMime ^1 in <»ntri^M:rtk^ 
Crusade Qialnun WOliun H. 
PhiH^ r^Kwted l^i^day. 

f^ allies totited $18,794.79 
—-mux ttan I^W ov& tin |18,- 
460.00 9>al. 

The Oumfe was ccmthioted by 
0ie Vniinia ^»di Unit of tim 
Aamism C^m^cr So(^. 

"Hus fine pertafiamce h» ex- 
ee6$»d the mo^ opthiystic pre- 
(U^lM of ite^Onitt^ ^Mmtaig 
(SHiittMtoe," |%m^ aaid as h4 
expfMi^ ttuuiks and ^mgi^uk- 
lion to tSk omoened. 

"Tte is fM»t tt» woilc ol a few 
paq^ M; repreeert s tte osm- 
Mnil ^Ms el te^feecto el ded- 
ieatod ^hntoen^" he saM. "We 
an fRHtf ^ tiwa and IMr 



opslau^ of d^«9tors-«nd the 
I»ce k^t up un^ the doors 
closed at 1 pjn. 

Ihe trafiOc between Slat StteeA 
and I^k:^ Avei^ been^ so 
surled wiUi caos tint a police 
offlffi«cs 'waa ^«(M to keep the 
Unas ihoving. 

"Rk &n* of '^^rgnia Beatft is 
k}catod M 3M Stzeet aiwi Paci^ 
Avenue and the Vir^nia N^ionel 
Bank is one tdock over on 32M 
Streei and Atlairtic Avenue. 

Mh tenia r e pertad an all- 
Htne hi0h in tranaactiens for 
day. 



"R would be nice if ev^y diy 
oonlA be m bi^y as Tuesday," 
Bank oi Viitfnia Be^Ai Presideirt 
E. H. Churdi mUt, "iiok we mndd 
ceitoinly I^rve to mlai^ wir ^af f 
and otai^e our fadltties to krap 
up into it" 

OaibounM Bryant, ^mor ^dee 
president of the b^tdi bzaiKh <rf 
V^nia Natiomd &Enk, nid i» 
«iao Mt that the tociA Isandi 
pnriMbly set records in Tt»sday's 
trannctioi^. ^ 

Severri reasoia w«» gh^i lor 
the uutaial b«A busies: m 
witrtanding tmuist season, iivnt 
payd^, the arrival <d ctependeiri^ 
ilk^soetit clw(±s mA, ci eenrse, 
tfie 3^hoUd»y. 



Fprt Story 



TGSei' STORY— -Tfc* bbA^ of a 
19-year-cM sdditf iraa discovered 
ft>atti^ in the surf <^ Foit Story 
late ttkMKiay aftKimul by two 
teen^e boys, m Army ^Mb^- 
ogian said today. 

^Hie s(ddier was identified as 
fVc. Leomudo 'Itondon, Jr.. of 
l^iItinKae, Md., stationed at fort 
^ry wXh the ISSth T^ransp^ 
tikm Company. 

I^eal 01>onnell a^ Biwie Han- 
dtdph, mflitary dqiendente Midhg 
m Qte p<^ discovered ttie Ikn^ 
floatmg i^ar ii» beach in tfie ^- 
chiity of Fati Story'* lOtti Street 

The body wm found aboiA S:^ 
pjn. The boys notitod the lOK- 
tary Pcdice. 

Roncbn was pnmouxwed dead 
on arrival at ti» post di^tenaey 
at 6 p.m. by Capt. Heibert A. 
Friedman, m^cal officer. 

Ihe VMki htfnmatkm Office 
spokesman said Bondon wtt lad 
seen about 4 psn. Tv^daiy t)ehisd 
the Non - Commissioned Offlc^a 
Beaohhouse. He was repoitod 
wearing a swim suit and watting 
toward the ocean. 

Ito apparei^y wjs the fkikn 
of an acddentai drownii^, ttte 
spoiEesnun said. 



SCHOOLS FEATURED 

Today's edition ef Mi* Vir- 
(^nih B aa ch Sun-News faatores 
a dierf of the dty's puMc 
idiools, the principab «id«adi 
Mnools taiephone niiniBtf tof 
th* ** « « ivn i Mi f flf aui* raarfan. 
The dteit) on pafo 1-i^ may be 
dii^ad Mid lai^d for Mure 



I nv auiH<ivwa i%r' Hiivrsmv 
in all school news hm hnMaa 

^pw%^s ■^mMMfI p^p m^^^^# anp a^^^ 

101 iiieu of ita venous e^Hinnaa* 



FLAYEBS WIN REOKSNITION 

Two Ptwcaas Anna twipi 
SdMM io sw > a H playei's an vaa> 
tored en tfw cavar ^ Mm IMt 
•ditton 9^ fhe.national pABca 
iwn myn 9cnosi rvo^i^N 

wfttoi ipoea aa sMa seaay* 
Charhs Carr is an AWAiwaitoa 
sabcfion ami SMtM* dhrlan 
is an An Distnil 



meee vVrv ^^uf^p avfMaeas var 
tl^s 



SvEimer Gone 
But Not Aii 
Vacationers 

VIRGINIA BEACH— A lull fell over the resort area of t^ 
city this wMk as a first-rate summer seascm ground to a hak. Baf 
many here felt k was simply the lull before a ma^fKent sbMrm; 
^ autumn tourism. 



Roy LeMere, executive diredor 
of the Chamber of Commerce 
who just returned from t«N> 
weeks of campaigning for Au- 
hunn vistors at tlw Canadian Na- 
tional ExlAitticm m Tormto, 
seems convinced of this. 

"If tiK repcurts Tve gottai are 
any indication, we alKridld teve 
Uie b^ 6^>tnnber and Octobtf 
we'^ ever had," LeMere said. 

He aid the duanb«- has made 
plans for additioMl promotional 
material 'to get us tlamif^ the 
M monUis." Aeeofda^ to Le- 
llere, the chan^r h^.ree^v^ 
29,000 direct imil inquiii^ Ihrni 
pro^pedive towt^ so ttt tUs 
year. 

"That's already 4,000 moce 
than 9^ of last y^r to^^Mr," he 
tdcksd. 

|Na ^M^w||MMi «(^^ 

ab«il t^per^irVlbra. ^ 

a^ Vnpplnia 



Canadkms fimn a 
ment f^ tiw v^tom to the beach 
dittii^ the laU ioaiin 

"Tliey seem to be adU on "Vir- 
ginia as a viuattoft spot," LeMere 
said. "Our i^Mk vmgt w ^^am. 
is ti?enm^s*nd^4wo pfeicas 
they r^aiy if^ot to vi^ are, Vir- 
ginia BeMfa and^rattHMlwig. 

"We're frannttv tta idia of 
visKing the iMMCh saaA aiUi^ 
side trips to tke rnail^ paMs ot 
ii^r^. 

"Any Vitghiitt w^d have 
been ^oud to be iq) U "Bamnto 
aixl hMff aO tiie fwimtwiia the 
C^uuKliMis m»te Aoot our stoto," 
he said. 

WiHiam J. IMcte, pr^<tent of 
the Hotol, Mam, Oottage and 
Apsi<Hiail AaaoeMuui ttd op^- 
irtxr # ttie Bel mkm Ito^ 
.^ ~?^k4^ a banner seaaon 
ttn# ^tf. 

*V tte w^tlKT h(Ms we wiB 
iam ioA not only a fintasUc sum* 
nrn but a foitfastic jwar," he 
forecast. 

I^hly &fcceastol Summer 

The fiinuiMr season wis one of 
ttw. tet Ol record, aceordtog to 
D^4ir, who said he tmia't heard 
a 0i(ilfb ccHnpiaint about its sik^ 
^a^ 

"Ivfrything was in our lavor," 
he ial4. 

SHWIl factors have prdMbly 
c(»^Med to this year's Umrist 
Iwom: 



.• Ap increase hi tt» d^s all 
wntWng bud^— (toifale that m 
last year. 

• Nearly perfed beadi weatiiat 
ttrtNi^out the mcxaXbs of M^ 
and Ai^st. 

mThe ^.S6-niiHk>n spent 4a| 
coi^rudi<» of nnr taiMii^ li 
chiding the Amsfbrnm, the W^ 
nM mA titt Prions Aime Inn. 
Two hundred and ei^ty new h» 
t^ ami motel rooms ytere added 
to tlw 3,000 or so alrea<fy buitt. 

• The d^^onaotieil ^alei^^» 
meai prc^ram. U tUe Aian A. 
^i^Bi^ One Cditer f^tiBjaf 
top name entertidnen, pwm^ 
in the ^ and Mk mu^ OsMi. 

Imn Uunbe, whoae wSvestt^ 
ing^i^pcy hndtes tte wsek ol 
1^ wgtola 
teard, sab^ttet 




Htti^l Bid 
Opeaing Is 
Seiit. to 

VIRGIN tmkm — «ds tor 

the new <8ioerri Ho^ttid of Vw- 
^nia Bea^ wSl be <^>ened Sept. 
19 at 2 pj& to the '\^i^im Etec- 
tric & Power' Compttiy tai2(Bi^ 
319 18th ^ 




Eai« 

to award the 

1 «id Md a 



Hospit 
WiBissaidhe 
emtHK^ by 

ly after tlttt 
TbelQObedlHpjtalis 

for an 18^k3« 4l.aB ftnt , 

M RMd, fonoori^ ItaMnm asMilf 
OamSoad, aeaf !Eail)Q||^ 



l%giiw BMk i^suft tte 
sehools re(^M^ tor tiie summ^ 
ms. Imsitx, who abo h»dlel 
^Kounts for 16 resort (^>aatoH| 
'MM t^H waae laul es^peximietA I 
0D p^ cent teai»ss ii^re»e over 



Krummell 
Of Cavalier 





CHARLES S. tmMNmJL 

VIRGO^IA BEAC^-CterieS S. 
Kiwmndl has be^ ttMied gm- 
eial manager of tl^ (!|MaUer ^• 
tel and aU the Ca^^JMer op^ations. 
He succeeds Bi^^ t. Iftramer, 
who recent^ r^^^kid. 

Tim aniKMmettMK wm made 
T^^day by G^e Kxm, <wner 
of the CavaUaf tbtol and pr^- 
dait-treisirer <kl KyanMe Mning 
Coip. te ^iBw3^ 

KroiineB is iMMnom to res- 
«iei4s tf Vi^da sad other see- 
tieiri ii^-tfie eottaby thrcN^ ito 
17 yaiBrs aasocMkm w^ tte ho- 
M hi nriotts capacfti^. He wm 
nuaaA rradtent manager ia 
MarA tf ^ y^sr. 

^mm stoitii^ ^ eari^ 
osmr at Buek mi VA is I 
^tntm^ Krunm^ tea 

jum mmifrfmA ^^Amm 

tfn Wmm md 

"Bttle" (^i^sr ma and «e 
Li«i> Mir. Vart iMdvBdila, Ik. 








saay, ocpreml^r 5, 1963 



« 



m OPTICAL CO. 

Virglgtt Bwch's ONLY 5, 
<S^ OPTICIAN \ 

13A9 Ud^^di Professional Bl% 
VM^NIA |Ea4|, ^. 



Membersh^ Coffee Held 



Weddf 




Oi|tfitl - ''Well Deconte Your Mea" - Unusinl 



A^ Moore't Bpfcary 






VM8INMttM€H 



4m#«o«i 





Ai^ Married 

NORFOLK— Miss Linda Lcm 
Ferrets ai|ri Ankcrt I'ayior Vawi 
wc^ marHted SiMUrtfi^ at 3 p.m. 
in Fo.t Hall b«|)tist Olutdi. l%e 
ceremony was perfonned by the 
ftw. WtHlMn nt«rd. 

The l^da it^.^t^^^ 
of Baysiifc, Vir^ia BeaiA. TTie 



K:tuicd attbe Biidnrood 0«d» dab's nmBberrii^ coffee 
are (Mt to r^t) Mm. Ri Chevalier, (Attrnan; Kks. Jean 
Learoafdj ^b prudent; and Mrs. Naney Nisirairfer Md Mn. 
Hyaci^ Saiuma-, ocM^akmen. The event was held at Kbs. 
^aptttr^ home. (Tt^ Hioto) 



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SBIVICE 
FOLK 
WaCOME 

■Ml iffM fWMwfe a^Pary cowHwar" 
«ff«i, rin^ra kdp, and prMfipf 
SMTtk*. M^ ^ our loan 
omitMs ira vciwaw mww to 

Wkw buying, buil^if, or r«- 
modalftg^ boi^ from ow 77 

Ym ani a^^ wo l cwna bor^ 



HfomeFe 




M8S Seeluipr 
J^terteinai 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs 
John W. ^ard oT Norfolk and 
Mn. Wilbm S. Sykes of Smitt- 
^M ent»tained lecently at a 
tan^^em u tomr of Mm ^ph- 
1^ Maipir^ SeeU^er. 

Mus SNUnger will many Ae 
fUsv. Mvxm. BraMley Watoa 
October 12. 




l^t SAM MASON. RJfe. 




faritan wUek, pKvcM 
tf IqnIiedUwfe add 

«f tin 




ielf- 

In 




■I BAKllV inLOL PRAIt. 



M4Cir. l»k ft AllMlfe Av«. 



M flra«<v^ 



1)6 lfou-H5ttr Ttedibiis 




Baiitily we welcome back oar school 
taiditis who ha^re tinrv^ oar cesimMirft^ 
•Dfp^ in liiMNM^ Aiid to miriMwlB^JieEs 
i»iM» tie jdvMV tt^ fac^ &s%iRr «» 

mods and of ifa<^ who <fo so flN2di td 
HAftovar «pi aoa 4»iijM|pMiM^ «l few tini^ 



Wfaa!9G Ali BANISH SOmCSSt 






• Obnrti^ Qab 



• S^eD^OiA Boim 

(At VA. Beaeft «^ Aragon 



.^MPtfi CAPITMl . . . ^IIW^ LBNPIN'g LIUIT 




erf \^PRpnflA Beach 




I'lHfic Avonyo at Uskin Cnad Neva! AN-^rlon *OMafW 

> Atitmic Avanut i^AAWK: - Oarti Nertc 

3333 Vl^lnia B^ch Blvd. at Prineats Anne FI«a 



HmmmmKki Ro»d at Itol^ms Comar 
920V99Mn«ai 



4V20 



If. 



"itfey 



Pridav 



ch Blvd. at Ar^^ona N^a^a 



Miss Reed» 
DeiMitaiite, Feted 

jj^B^MMai-- Mr 

eninialMdr Mowlfey flfoai aaoa 
to % pm. at A iaaelijnii^ in 
hoaor of tliejt afaac, Mia Mak-- 
tha Aane Reed, ooe at Aa 1962- 
63 tfebutaates. 

Tile party ««i Md at dw 
Reads cottagie at 3«03 Adaalk 
Ave. Qaeats iadiidal ilebwHalea 
of Ac iBaaoa aad tlair eaeocli. 

Ntttt Reed was yaeat of Innor 
also at two (tCMt r— *-- 

Her wade, Raas -o 

BraJfonI, wat iMlit ijl 

paitsr itwea at Ml hunns tv4« 
Poiatr Mamaawial Ca««iy, aad 
Mn. iMMB O AdtiMeain aatf 
her motbar, Mn. Iwfwft La 
RoH)t»> catwrta i aad at a huKJk- 
eoa at Noifoik YacM aad Ooaa- 
tryt!tab. 

Woman's (Mi 
To Hold Tea 

, An Oci^ftatioe and T^ wttl 
be heU today at the MaU^ 
heme ol Mn. J. RiitiuKl Scar- 
bdim^, President (A Ae Bay- 
ttde Jaanr Wo«aa% XSm^ 
Honored g«Mi wMl be Um 1NX 
Cole. Mrs. R. W. Stelts, Mrs. B. 
B. Spivey, Mra. JiM^ F. 
Growne, M« W. F. ftuta^, Jr., 
Mrs. T. A. CouU, Jr.. Mrs. T. F. 
OJenn, Jr., and Mrs. Ikmald L. 
Pitts, all df wh«n are mw mem- 
bers of the Bayaicfe CM>. 

I^ to the eff(«ts (A Mrs. T. 
R. Burnett, Membership Chair- 
man, the clid) has almost dwbl^l 
its memberahip since imtk. 



C. L. PetersMi of \%pma Mitt 
smA hmm B. Vhm of Fm^Im 

ihtt. niiiaii #wN Ml 
ter w nafrfci^ . Mrs. 
Giaely <rf^Vl!pfla B^ch wiiF 
wnmrn of hoB(Mr» teidesaaMi 
were Miss Maiy F(»bc«i (^ Vir- 
futa %tatii. Mm &by Brodc- 
w^ and Mi^ Gail Hawk^ bo& 
(4 CttsoB vM Mw Ajuh^ toift. 

Ray Greely of Virginia Beach 
wM beM man. GroomMoea weie 
Eariy W. T ' ' - .xia. 
T«imy Va inia 

A^^, HelB< >yce 

V^. 

A leceptiM 'wm field *m ^ 
ckiiRfe aodai kaU. Later tke 



tottiM-Bias 

VIROtNIA BEACH — Miss 
%ir]ey Ann Bitt a^ SpmM^r 
Ro^i I^mlow were marri^ in 
the home of the bride's parents, 
.V». and Mrs. MitdftU Bias d 
Viineinia Saach, on AugaR 9. 

T1i« bridegrootn is the son of 
Mr. aifl Mifs. ^Nat Dirtow of 
Merry HUI, K.C. The Rev. Mel- 
vin J. Hutbes (rf ^risc^M Am» 



bryepoom's puwMs we Kte. Pla^ Bwstist Church aandHcted 



dtt idaaMf rii4 onMnoay. 

Given in marrii^e by l»r fa- 
tm, tte brkia vtt aMNled by 
hw SIMM, MiM l%«Ml Yein Bias, , 
maid (rf honor. A nkee. Miss 
Connie Lyai^ wns MAmnail 

Larry Wt^ ser^^ as best 
man. 



VowB Esdbjw^ 

Ai*i ym» IMrili teiMke <» 



couple 1^ for a wcdte bip tol Mda ol 

liie Paoama MaiMtAim hi V^mi. n. S^wday M 3 



liie Kscooo Mooataias m ^cm- 
nrlvai^ tlMy «itt Ihe at 941$ 
Do4ie Vttfc load, Laadoif<»>, 
Mary^Md. 

Inies^Hook 
Rites Perf omi^ 

^ yiR<HNlA BEAQl -; <M 

)ht adiai Viflinr at % |m. ito' 
Ite weddlag of IAb LMiK Ma» 
diae baaes 10 WaKaas 0«Hq|i 
Maiyawa Hook If. 1|a J^. 

WVUU l#. IWCBErf RiaOC, par> 

famad aw c w aaaoay. 

Tne nide n ne da^^M^ ci 
Mn. Howard O^ffiian Ismus 
and the late Mr. Isaacs. Tfte 
bridegromn is the son ci Jcriin 
Fenwvdi: Hook of Ntxfolk and 
Mis. ^muel F. Comid^. 

Tlw bride was giwn in mar*- 
i^e by lar ^rbtker. John C(^ 
man Isaacs. Kirs. Gaorie Frank- 
lin Rhudy of N(Mf<A was matron 
trf hoiK>r. Mi» Am Lyon was 
mmi M iKmf6r. ^tibsiftaids 
w^e Miss Ji^A Newfai^ (rf 
NorfdOc ud Dtaae %kes. 

Stenley Dardfen di Norf oft was 
b^ aias. OfOMnnMa were 
Joa^ Rndripk and Jm»s 
Daugh^ty Jr., baft of tksMit. 

After a recepticHi in die hcxne 
irf Akb bfkie's vmkt mA aunt, 
Mr. Md Mt9. HMWood fVMe- 
h^4 itf 6449 Suuiie Driw» die 
coujrfe left ran a wedding trip to 
Warfiingtc», D.C They will live 
taNoffeft. 



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w«<»«'MM^te*^ 



OWR TWENTY 
, TEMI^TING 
^^^^ VARIETIES! 

^ MMV-Saiid^tHi^ wd 
lunchaon itanm, tool 
NEW WVN^ MHAS 
<^n from 10 PJl to 2 P^ 
dbaad fraafi 2 f.m, ta 10 p.ni. 



ISOBAtlantfc Ave. Virginia Beach 




Flond ft.» hoiai w j^i %ni^ 





tit Mda B te 
Mr. akl Mft. )ota V 

na lillapo<An to tta 
M^ttadl^Melvtelote 



lir. Mafa gave ^ 4M#ler 
M aiaRi^i. Mm Mm ^i^' 
iwili aaa naki of Mw aad 
AiliM^oMy aaeaiatt. 

. ttHplnrd wM Ms aoa's 



A MatfUaa lerilow^ tte 
mnt9^}Jtm <^ coa ^^iiltto ^ 
1 wsAfts^ trip to Rknmcnd. 
I%ey wUl live cm C3ialiiam Cir- 
sk, Nwvfcw, Norfolk. 

WestmaA'StiiMU 
Vows Exchanged 

^iSAKAKB ^ The map- 
ri^ Of ^^ Brento Jma West- 
nan and Charles R^ Standi 
<«* fttaee &«b4^ A % o.m. in 
Soath Norfatk Bao^ Church. 
Ute Rev. FnuA Hu^ies per- 
f«i!Md die o»Hn«iy. 

Tlie bride is the ikught^ of 
Kenneth R. Westtnaii irf Fort 
WidtoA M^, Bl, and tiK tale 
Mn. Doris J«ao Dkfcetspa Wei' 
TIM dt N<kf©lk. The bttd eg j roow 
:s tte aoiiof Mr. aad.Mn, A. F. 
Omttt «f Virgtoia Beaeh. 

The l»Tdc was wven te mar- 
ram by Iwr wrie. fmim E. 
Ulfey 11^ MMffok. Mrs. lUemM 
Rufl^ <rf Pof^MMMk. WIN n^ 
ttoa d toaor. Mn. lota Loper 
dt NoiMfc mm hnkieaMMd aad 
Bed^ LMey was floMr« giiL 

RoMld Rui^a of ftmmaa^ 
was best man iikl Jdm lx>{^ of 
Norfolk was gnwmsman. 

A rec»^» w«s wv«i in flie 
cto^ social MH. Tlje owi^ 
wpl live in Norfolk. 



Rmselt Hakhen 

MeciammiUy speakmg . . . "ft's goutt rat# md nA.*' 




Hvin'Mapp 



J. C. WHEAT 
AND C(»IPANY 

NEW YORK 
STOC^ EXCHANGE 

IS Smsmti ARCADE 
VWRPOLK, VA. 

nWHE MA 34281 



fjs iiasjs »>n ^'^^ 



WC^^ f^« THE LADIES AMD TH«I« OAIWHTO^ 



A oMc^ete s^fos^^m erf gw^K^ M taft ^ 

1^ V»MmSi to OM^^Bl^ ott A^9 

jfte^s, suitt, oeatt o^ iBfartM M#m taabh 
^0<f IMIPOAY ft nODOAY ivimvM *m. 9 M^ 



Mil 



ifcldtlMI f bofi 




fooml Ib booiM, effioM, riiepi. 
tew lndWdoaar DwIiiiikI Ua» 
kuai Floan eaahr 1 
aqotrsst diltiiietioe 
thSv £k>or OMtawBt eaa 
Cti^n, oiOtUft— IChanetarl* la s 
W011I Mint (aa BB^vved Mrvios, 
at inodana fliMHBMtl Iilay «e 
live yoa «a tsliBMisf 



we SMie Hoen 1 



Ml 



Mao, ti» musk; will he ifte ^t^^lMBltl 

ThoK two 0(MeMa^ m die **Fa\t»ileCky F^er** <»r^)o- 
titkm now indasway throughout the cky ace just a sample of the 
■Mli UM wM M wail iilii H ila llrrtiili tliwi li Ti iai 1 m jUiul 
Jaalar Wlnaaa's Cab spoason its ^ftaaUy Big City** Cabaret 
FoMaiHo*. l-2atiiie AlaaB.ahcpaf4C|fieO»ie^lVitai« 
.^. MlHCaMi ia afl featured oa pmm MMtaUy fdaoed 
Ik city. TV wiaaer will be adected dira^ a penny^- 

; ciMpaia. Ptooeedi frooi tke FaUlM will be aaed for the aew 
ctal Haififlil «( VMada Baa^ 



Personal Mentiofi 



Mr. aad Nka. licifbart Oavtsn* 

vnm 

N. C. 
d^ 

aw Ms. 

mtt 



waasHaniiit, 
HbjUbar OarlMli- 




Fiad Jordan, aon of ttr. aad 

M. Im^ '" left 

te an aad ttit Ufe 

Sdwol, aear Ohariottaavlila. 



Oendr. 



<o 



at«Mr ftr om^ 

Oi|f ' iHaB. mfti aM. aBS. WMOfi 

afm had as «Mlr faaiii lut 

W^HM. ttl. ^Mf^ latSMT, 



aad Mta. 
receaOy 
JaBtyCalaay 

tkey vMadAb-. sadS 
OaaM. aad «» 
N.C. 



Capt. and Mrs. Vktor Dalaao 
and tii«r two children, who •hav« 
baea caMag in Sitdaaek Paut, 
bwt awaa i to tMr ae« 
on Lee Haad in Bay Odoiay 



Mias B«My Bevan of N«w York 
CMy is WMOag iMr iwiaata. Mr. 
aal Hit. Laltep Bcvm at 

home In Princess Anne HISs 



Mr. ^1 mn. Benjaaiitt Wfllii 
Jr., Md mk^ang son, of Nor- 
Wi^'ampadliii aavar^ waaks 
A^ Maaif MR-AdUn Oa- 
buM m sard St., wldla Sirs. 
tt MaMtt^ )A Europe. 



agh 



Mr. aad Mrs. J. D. Bratfain of 
lUdNBaad #aat «m Labar Day 
wecAwid at Iha PriaMM Aaae 

Ooaotiy ClUb. 



Toomue Johnaon, aon of MT. 
aad Mrs. T. N. P. JohaaM, has 
lelt to resume hi< atadies at 
Woodbury Fonaat Scteet at Or- 
anfle. 



Mr. aad Mrs. William G. 
TlMMniMaB, Ir., and Mn P. B. 

Auen, are senaBS aewna vn 
ia New Yo^ 

Mis. J. W. Enocks of Hopei^ 
Is apeiidii^ « week at The Anw- 
loaaa on 8M1 St. 



& 



BotMe Taate, aaa of Mrs. Jean 
Taato, has lirtt to laaMae tts 
itodtos at Vtederiek Military 

Acadaoiy m Portasumtli, 



m^ 



ENGAGEMENTS 



MILI.iR-4IWTH 

<»» ft^ MHltf, to ^tarf A. 

Mr. Smith is «» km <rf Ift*. 
aad »i. W. O. Sa^i of C^^i^. 
ton. ■ 

Mi* MiUer'j nwtenri" prod- 
parents are Mr. and Mn. W. J. 
Nicholson of Viiginia ^ch. m» 
is a graduate of Qni^ H10i 
School and i« emplc^Kl ty J^. 
, son and VeUlnei Dertrif SuK# 
Corp. 

1^. Snmi to a ^aduate d£ Cov* 
inftoa m^ ^teol anl is «» 
plojW by tloHod Moi^ifBe torv- 
IciBf C«pHito> of Norfolk. 

T*« wAUi^ wm take place 
Nov. le in Ocean View ft^y- 
terian Chun*. . 

VIRGINIA il^H — m, aiMi 
Mrs. RowlaM Idgar Dorer an- 
nounce tlM enpgement of tteir 
<taughter, Miss Judith Lynn Ob- 
ler, io Rlohard David -Wykoff . 

Mr. Wytarff is the son of Mrs. 
Evei^ L. D^mjs ai^ Ridmrd 0; 
Wykoff of Oceaiaide, CaUf. 

Miss Dorer gradu^^ fy<m the 
Collet of Williwi and Maiy in 
1^ ^lere ite was a mem^r of 
Alpha Chi Ona^i wsrority. SUm k 
employed by Sears, R(wl»ick & 
Co. 

Mr. Wyiu>ff iM a |i^iurte of 
Ocean^de CoUe^ and is serving 
in the <U. S. Coast GiMTd. 

1^ ««ddu^ wU take place 
Oet. 27, 

iMeOONIil.e— HeiMffi^ 

vmamA mAm — ifr. ai^ 

Mn. Walte & McOmi^ m- 
manx tte ^s^tgimBalt. id tlMlr 
dau^^^, Ml« WmA Irene Me- 
Gon^e, to Albot Hekns Jr. 

Mr. nitam is the ecm of Ifr. 
ttKt Mn. ASb&i F. iktacm. 

Tim wedding wiB 4ate ida<» 
Sept 7 »t iMxm to St Phif Csttio- 
Ik C%ui^. 

Wm M^cGm^ Ipwluaited fai 
IMi #001 Pr^^ AttM il|^ 
S^ti and frosn JHi(ics Acad^y 
of SeMty <Mtore. ^e ii «&• 
ld(^«d 1^ Sooeevi^ Gea^ Cen- 

/- tji. Mr. I^ha INlMtMid ta 1960 

and:iM»dtd (M D^iMon (k^ 
1^. fife te m^ffefi ^ Bimnu, 



WaLAFO«>~LiWIS 
VnOlHU mMM — Mr. and 
Mrs. Wffliam B. Wfflaf<nxl an- 
iMiiiM» the mgigemenl of their 
4fmi0a^, MiH Ibotha Hudson 
WflMord, to Oonakl George Lew- 
te of I^ AiEtaii^ Oold. 

m& WJQaftxxi attended B^ 
Ufpen Sdiool in Ashevffle, N. C, 



*• M^M Nwfelk <%rMte 

'to. u.... ... uiterfW- 

^Mtas ^DiM- H^ S^^ te 
ilmtm, C^. He en te r e d Ito 
Na«y aMtt liis pMl^Mn In IMl 
mA ^ tan^ m ^ri^ i^m ^$0- 
toH^.tocfe^an iMMM ^^^^ 
taris ^tei^toe, USi Patrick 
Itanry. 

A Se^R^r, 1964, wedding H 
ptaniwd. 

C10tA.-«ACKUS 

VVRGB^HA ^AQH — Mt. a»l 
Mrs. Itonini<A vm Clota an- 
nwAi^ the ffigi^fflMift oi ^mr 
^mpiter, Mi^ Dwottiy Unda 
Cb^ to Bruce Fr«nkltn Backus, 
Jr. 

M-. iaekns » tlM» Mn pf Ma. 
Bnm Vnrtdin 'Ba(^ (tf Naiolk 
and the late Mr. Baftosi 

The tmlding wUI tab fix» 
Sum 1964. 

Mm Ciett is « ^aduate of 
ftta^B Aniw Hitfi &*ooi. 

Mr. &^IMS wiU iMuate fnxa 
Mau^ 1^ Srtool in June 1964. 

Kr^day Party 
Given For 
Terri CWshohn 

BIRCHWOOD GARDENS— 
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chisholm of 
641 Cnmin Road <tf Viigihia 
Beach, cnttttained recently in 
iKiiwr erf ttcir daughter Tcni, 
who m& thk^n on Wcdnwday 
ei^fltt^, Augittt 28di. 

The birthday party f^iturii^ 
(bm;ing and bowjuu was held at 
the RinaWPs Ftiaa Bowl in Wn- 
cess Anne Plasi, climax^ by 
r^resHnMRts ukJ a hu^ birthday 
ddce with thirteen cunUes ana 
bowltng mottf. 

Tern's 0MHtt tw» Mmtlm 
Otfvator, Shelley Paiujwst, 
Pbyllu Bake, Steven QaylM", 
Wttrai Cawy, C^ris Gaylor, 
Mil» Siinn and J^ Dyckman 
aU of Birchwood. 

(Mb BlKk, Sandra Kaiser, 
Lynn Mamntaigi Jiufy B«M, Bar- 
bam BeibtfNS^, i€imm Vtak- 
er tad Julie Marfan all of Thalia. 
-Mirte m<m of Va. ^adi. 
Am Lowe of Ncvfcdk, and Don- 
na D^u» <d PtvtsnKwtfi. 

GuesU (rf Mr. and Mrs. Oil»> 
holm and dau^tera C«;ile and 
VvofflM were Mr. and Mrs. War- 
ren Oaooe <d Princess Ani» 
Plaza; Mr. and Mrs. I^ui Mo- 
AlB^r, Delbert Myers and 
Nickolas Oifi^ all rf Norfolk; 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gumm and 
Herman Flora Jr. of Virginia 
B^ch. 



For 



As I See It - 



By 

B^ Deal 



Hone Demooilntimi Ag»t 




B^Ded 



WeU, Ho, Hum, where'd Acy fo? *o sduxrill Feed 'mh break- 
fast. Moral Indude fruit or juice, a protein food as ^ w c«^ 
with milk or cheese, bread, and milk to <kink. 

Fruit can «ki vitamin C if vou serve citrus fruitt ot ji^f as 
orange or gmpemiit. The ^g may be in pracak^, 
wrfflcs, muffin, frem* tt»st— Thk b unportant 
tf they aren't going to have the mkl'mooiing slump. 
It takes jmHein not, supr to ptevaA tfib low 
^lergy period. 

Enjoy breakfast—Don't serve 8w:h large 
servinp, vary menus. I can't stare <kjwn an egg 
some mominp eitiicr. Ttere's nothii^ wnn^ with 
a devilled egg sandwuA eMier. 

If you gas chai^g rup (^ttii^ up summer 
ones, putting (town winter on^) he» i^ s(xne tips 
tonnkeit^ey. . 

You don't have to move ewrytfaing out d ti» 
room fo lay yoat rug again tias fail. 

Here are 10 simple tips on how to ^re»d even a lo<Sse, rown 
si» carpet, ceccwunenckd by the Natwnal ttstitute of Rug Qeaning. 
By tiMowmg \he« sug^tkms two peofis can easily lay a pad and 
rug at the aaoKS time. ^ , ,^ 

1. Determine which end <rf the mom mt exposed end of tt» 
Kdted n^ will 1» started. It is usually the end with ti» fewest pieces 
of Itffe ftiniiture. ' . 

2. Qear starting mi of room of furniture, ew^t iMge items 

3. Remove fragile Hems from labtes and di«*s thrt noM be 

lii^d OT mov»I. ....«« 

4. Center cushiwi roll -whe-e it u to 1» on iksor . Be sine to 
ha^ correct baseboard margins. UnroU psd sevend feet 

5. Center rug cm top of pwi. Rug slmdd overlap end of pad 

about <Nie inc4. „ . 

6. Start unrolling pad, itowi Ae tv%. Keqp n^ snwjrth over 
pwl. K«p checking rfignra^ of nig wifli ftjor iwpie and pad. 
The pfui ^NiU al«n^ be covered on all skks. 

7. Utf^ to laci^t pmx of frimtore. Lift cmi mA ot softi 
as ^xnd p^sra unr^^s pad and rug und» lifted hall. Repeet mik 

OfNK»ite end X)f »la, . . . - 

8. aift Aaks md otfwr U^ fumitiae from Imtc ftxwr ov» 

vMt& in unndM n^ sui^i*. , „ , . ^ ^ 

9. Larg^ pwoem <d fumteue i^amM wall dM»ld be wm^ out 
«ii|*riy ton w^ and m^ tifped badEwarvh m rear 1^. Rug 
ai^ pad am fli^ be slid «te Oe f«»ed front ^l 

10 Pwls whkh extend riUtfy beywd «d d itoolW r^ 
may be oit off wto sciss^, 1^ str^Afag of pad ot Ariidu^ 
of 1^ cauwd snne m^tta^ MiBe will Mt unra^ and {wd is m 
i» way ctanttged l^ ttimmtag. 

PniM mp cas be d^ wm oo Urn tear aoeonK^ to ibm 
N^^ ^^Me d Rug Cl^a^ Oel a »lad^ ok^m Onu^i. 

Ai^ ^e^ms Intey? 



f*ip>f»'jp« 



■fr 



The •¥' of It 



Loml Citi Is ^warAu 




6iMtf WrNw fhit wMfc; Mn. 
It P.WmI. 

^Wday, 6^ 9, WM t.m.~- 
Cionni^tee on ^hnMAMon 
MNtinj^ Jtank of V^fiiUa Bawh 
bond rmm. 

W^bMiday, S^ 11, 10 «jn. — 
Swteming CunmMM Ifec^g ti 
hwie <rf Mm. W«d Cde, 107 
LliAhorp Drive; fii^aite Ooui^ 
Meettaife &V^ Christian 
Church. 

Hiundi^, S^. 12, 10 ajm.— 
Vij^iOa B^ l4tdM M^ Out 

Mrs. H. F. Crist, «M0 Allanttt 
An, 8^^ p.m., Coffee for Virginia 
Buch ^Arw^n. Q)U]^ of tl% 
Qood Shcipherd, 18th and Attan- 
tlc. 

Fall's in <ttw ahr, the young^eri 
back at kIkkA; and it's time tof 
all U3 "over eighteeners" td start 
back to our A, B, Cs too. "A" for 
Alt, «| any lev^ "B" for Bridge 
or BsJlfoom Dancii^, "C" ior 
Craft Creaii<ms or C&e Decor^ 
ing. time eoux^ and ma^ 
more, ^^utfly totawrting, will )^ 
given throu^ the Virginia B^Kdi 
YWCA this fin. 

Tl^ Ba>^de Council is moA ea- 
<UiuAtstlc abotrt its series with a 
new location, new day of we^ 
and n»ny new U»<^sts. Oass^ 
wis (be held at Om Sayade Chris- 
tian Churcli, <ir^nwdl fUml xM 
Shore Drive b^lnd the Han^ngo 
LiKjnge. Wednesdays will be tl» 
"Ladies* Day Out," wtth re^tra- 
tion WedneM^, S^i^nber 18, at 
10:30 M Hkimsm when dtsses 
wUI IJe he^%r itffe fUlowing ttt 
vi^eks. NMM^4ni as in^ruetess, 
wUl in^de Miaa Betty Crawford 
and Mr„ Wrta* Thrift in Art, 
Mn. Betty Atidi^on and Mi«. 
Nonnm HHteit in WsU^ Mn. 
WilUain 01^^ in Sewi^ and 
Mn. V. B. Wak in a faimlwis 
course, «ititl«d "Youi* B^ You." 
I^ree btmus cooking di^es wfll 
be given ai the VlffOO building, 
319 1^ StnMt, for «qy^ xeg- 
ist»«d hi the V^rgtada Beadi TsSk 
Soriee. Tl» mmery at Baytide 
wM he superviied by ttie «ipable 
hands of 9b». Earl T. Fan^ ttie 
vrtfe of the nunisUr of ttie $»9- 
skle CSuMian Cftuicti. She wd- 
coBws sU hMb on^ from '^crt> 
tM bottte" atage to "crayon awl 
bk>c^' itoge. iSe, moth^s, get up 
a oar pool and come to registra- 
tion! Sip vp y<Mu' cUMren for a 
hapi^ tlnae. and ^jursdf ft>r Am 
and ie^irmi^. 

P.S. Atiend the hmcheoiK 
each Wednlsdi^ b^ween ctao^. 
TheyTl be ^Wiciwis and imxpen- 
shje, prepankl by Mrs. D. B. 
Smith, Jr. and her ciicte. And 
ti^«'*<wfil be an interesting em! 
entqlai^^ prognun during t^ 
hnw^fOR him. 

MEIf&^lDBKEETS 

dfflSAPEAKE BEACH — T^e 
Oiesapet^ Brach (Men's CMt 
wUl meet toii^ sA tte Clitea- 
pei^ BeMh fire Depaz1m«iC on 
Pleasure Hoise Bx)aA at 8 pjn. 

the meeting wUi be open to 
any<me in lOie Bayside area. 

•Robert/ R. P^n of iLayne At- 
lanta Company will show a film 
on water and rainfall and wHl 
MU^rate an tsp)ma^km of tite 
fttm. 

Ilik ^M be foDowed by a ques- 
tt<nt and anawtr period and im- 
mediately after ^ meetii^ re- 
fr^^taients wlH be served. 




Narionally Adv»rtised 
COLD WAVES . . . 



lOfo 



OFF 



MONDAY 

TUiH>AY 

WEDNESDAY 

dioose yoor own w«w fmn 
the 6o&sa or Name Braikl 
WavN m Our ^ock. 

De Frehn's 



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OAa.1311 
412 LmUI M. Va. 



Miss Sharon Gardner, 20-year-old daughter of Mrs. Norman 
L. Hibbert, <rf Virginia Beach, recently gr^luated from the 
American Airlines l^war^ College at Fort Worth, Tex. ^e 
had tiie highest average in a class of 50 students. Miss Gardner 
was majcning in fine arts at the University of Maryland before 
entering the stewardess college. She will be stationed in Chicago. 
IlliiK>is. Jii^Mlll 



Ladies Dty Out 
Series To Start 

KllffSVIUJJ — TTw Ken^»- 
ville "Ladies Day Out Series," 
TOnduoted by tlw Viiiinia Beacti 
Blanch of the Y.W.CA., wiU open 
for registraUon Sept 24 at 10:30 
a.m. at Enmanu^ Episcopal 
Church in Kempwille. 

Ilie cl^^s wiM be hekl at tile 
church every Tue^ay starting 
Octcrfaer 1 and running through 
November 5. The Achievement 
Day Coffee will be held Novem- 
ber 12 at 10 a.m. 

The Tuesday sdiedide wBI in- 
clude: 

9:30 to 11:30 •jm. 

MilUnery, Mrs. V. L. Everett; 
beginner art. Miss Betty Craw- 
ford; beginner bridge, Mrs. L. P. 
Malhias; cake decorating. Mrs. W. 
Eriandson; knotting, ^Mrs. Roy 
Allen; and basic sewing, Mrs. 
WlUiam Oliver. 

11:30 •.!». to 12:30 p.m. 

Luncheon will be served and a 
program will be orovided. 
12:30 to 2:30 p.m. 

Millinery, Mrs. Everett; inter- 
m^iate art, Miss Crawford; sec- 
ond Pteo bridge, Mrs. Mithias; 
olay of hand bridge. Mrs. E. V. 
Caulfieid; interraedi?te sewing, 
Mrs. Oliver: and craft creations, 
Mrs. W. 0. Stakes. 

Soecial clasps will include 
bowling at Rinaldi Plaza Bowling 
Lanes and golf at Slumpy Lake. 

A nursery for children between 
the ages of 3 and 6 will be pro- 
vided at 50 cents for each class 
period or $1 for "Y" Day. <^ 



^T^h\m Meh SUN-NEWS, ^Mrsday, Se^rfemlMr §, 1^ 



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Personal Mentbn 

Miss Beth Coyner of ftew Y<»4c 
City will ^md the FaM wMi Im 
parci^ Mr. and Mrs. fkhvtai A. 
Coyner <d lUidee Hei^^. 



Mr. awl Ut8. Mvtin A. Fiata«r 
and tlwir young son. Duff, of 
Charlottesville are spending this 
week 1^ tl» Princes Aime Coun- 
try Club. 



Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Barney 
have returrwd to their home on 
H(^y Rrad, after spending a 
week visiting Mrs. ionney's 
brother-in-hw and dster, Mr. and 
Mrs. S. B. firinktey in Akron, 
Ohio. 



Warden Hamlin Emory of 
Richmond, who has been visiting 
his. aunt, Mrs. P. H. Allen and 
Mr. Allen of Pinewood Road, left 
Tuesday to enter the Universiiy 
of Virginia Medical School. 



Miss Elita little of New York 
City, spent the Labor Etay holiday 
weekend with her parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. D. Conrad Little at their 
home on 53nl 1^. 



BRIKE CROUP MEETS 
WITH MRS. DAIL 

BIRCHWOOD-^lta. Card Dtf 
of Birchwood GaiMeAs receotly 
ei^itained her bri(^ group at 
her Imxik on Rope Lai», Vi^ina 
Beach. ^ 

Guests puNrt ««TOMn. ^am^ 
MacFifflane, Mrs. Cmi AniaOm^ 
Mrs. Angelo Rush, Mrs. Mildred 
Gurgaiuis, tbrs. ]M»l Ingram, 
Mrs. Ba Chevalier and Mrs. Joan 
{purvey tM of fiin^^^x>d. 

Plam werc made for a bartw- 
cue and pioiic to be htid Sataa- 
day, August 31st, place to be an- 
nounced at a later date. Gatais 
of honor to be the hu^tMoids of 
the bridge group. 

PINEWOOD GARDiENS— Mtes 
Kathy Lun^berg, daughter <rf Mr. 
and Mrs. Andrew Uintterg, 
Driftwood Circle, has r^um«l 
from her mmimer vaceti<m ^nt 
in Willkunsburg, Michi|^, ^^. 
her grandparents, Mr. ami Ij^^ 
AH)ert Groleau. 




Ril Cracl(S And 
Holes Better 

i>iAsnc 



Mr. and Mrs. William A. lind- 
mr of I^lnt O' Woods iad as 
their guests last week Mrs. Und- 
n€r*s mother, Mrs. E. F. Hair- 
field, and Richard C. tHubbard of 
Rmnoke. (Mrs. Lijidner enter- 
tained at a coffee honoring her 
mother Thursday morning. 



PINEWOOD GARI»r»iS— Mn. 
WiHiam Pratt and children ia« 

back at their hotm on Driftwood 
Road after an enjoyable summer 
spent in California. 



PINEWOOD GAM>mS — Mr. 
and Mrs. Carrtd <Sfed>onald have 
returned fn»n Bainlnfdge, Maffy- 
Itfid and are at their hmne in 
Driftwood Circle. 



BIRTHS 

li, and Mrs. Robert F. William- 
son of Haneau, GermKiy, an- 
nounce tl» l»rtti of tlmr first 
AUd, « son, Robert F. Jr., m 
Aug. 14 in the U. S. Array Hos- 
pitai, Frankfust, Germany. Kfos. 
WiUkmson te Mxs lom^r AQas 
Fatri^ M. GiKimi, daughter <^ 
, Mrs. IBtte M- Gillkm of Virginia 
Beach. LA. Williamson is ti» son 
of Vi. and Mrs. Btojamin F. Wil- 
liamscm Jr. of Broad B*y Point, 
Virginia B&ich. 



Capt. aiKl Mrs. Raymond M. 
Kest^ky announce the birth of 
Qiet second child, fir^ aon, Ray- 
mond Clwrlra, on Aug. 9 in U. S. 
N«^ Ho^ital, Quioiftico. Mrs. 
K<^tesky is the <kiughter of Mrs. 
^ick V^^ii# ^^^^Viipiit iN^ 

-' ^.. i- _ --. 

IMr. and Mrs. Winter C. IBeaman 
Jr. anncHince the biith of their 
third diild, ^coiKi daughter, on 
Aug. 28 in Virglim Baptist Hos- 
pttal in Lyndiburg. Mra. BeamMi 
is "the former Miss Mary Jane 
KkKsnan, dau^iter of Mrs. Irwin 
W. Ktesnian of 'Norfolk and the 
late Mr. Kl^ihan. Mr. (Beaman k 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Waikw 
C. Beaman of Virgirna Beach. 



FIRST STOP 
ON THE WAY 
TO SCHOOL 




Back to adiooi in «otIms vt* 
pw% cbMwd. Ihtffn teok 

IMna DwT IIWi wNI fflWf • 



/%; 3fsi 3. a. 

Most BfWflwam 
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Th« giot^w-AoMpt No Subatltuta. 



BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS-DO THIS! 



Vacatbn (kys are fast coming 
to an end, ami now — before 
school starts — is fte time for 
parents to take their children for 
a pre-school check-up of their 
eyes. 

This is a matter of tremendous 
importance because the mental 
development of the school child 
is far more dependent upon 
sight than any of the otiicr senses. 
So don't "guess" about your 
child's eyesi^t — don't just take 
it for grantwi that your child's 
vision is normal. Statistics show 
Aat one school child out of 
every five is retarded by poor 
vision, And def»;tive st^t not 
only fwcfe the child to work 
harder in order to keep up with 
his classes, but also tends to 
wacrp his personalHy. He envies 
his school mates who get ahead 



with little or no apparent effort. 
He becomes stubborn, rebellious, 
indifferent — and he doesn't like 
school. 

Educational authorities are 
well aware of the detriment <rf 
poor eyesight to satisfactory 
progress in school work. They 
know that thousands of children 
enter school every year handi- 
capped by defective visicm. But 
it is the duty of parents to make 
sure that the vision of their chil- 
dren is unimpaired. 

Thanks to the jM-ofessional skill, 
care, and counsel of. Dr. Salaskv, 
dull school days can be made 
brighter for the child with de- 
fective sight. Then, with vision 
restored to normal, he will take 
a new interest in his studies and 
his school days will be happy 
days. 



LET DR. SALASKY EXAMINE THEIR EYES — 



VIRGINIA BEACH OFFICE 

315 31st STREET 
PHONE GA 8-1521 



NORFOLK OFFICE 

300 BOUSH STREET 

EQUITABLE BUILDING 

PHONE MA 7-3252 



ESTABLISHED IN TIDEWATER OVER 40 YEARS 




% ui^-^^m'^ BACK TO SCHOOL M 




BACK TO SCHOOL 
CLAMOUR 



Creekmore Beauty Salon 
cordially invites all teachers 
and students to come in tor 
a beautiful new fall coiffure. 
NOW AT OUR 
NEW LOCATION 

Creekmof« Beauty Salon 

9608 AtUnt'c A""""i«» 
428-3991 For Appointmeirt 



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VIRGINIA KACH 

(H.D-FA»IIONED WAVES COUUJNT DO IT 

All of us r an e mfe er bhe friz^'. too-tli)yr tmmaneot tbut kept you 
"frazzled" tMl the fkit shanqxm! The "spiit ends" Uhu wouldn't Imp 
a curl; the horrid "new permanent" smell no perftime oouM hide! Now 
Aose have gone fowver. New pennwient 'VMaves, like fce one I'm HaHt- 
uig about, ikave y<wr hair kwiEitig, feetiag end ijhiwing Uke naturally 
wavy hade! 

A penmanent skxik) l>e titt very hert. And ooly in a prafe^onai 
beai^ mi(m can you foe sure <^ the \«iiy best. Profentomal fNtKkic^ 
toed by f»tr^»onals with years of training foduiKi expert hanck tint 
apply Ae lotion and create Vta watw. 

STYLWrS 

MRS. ANDI3UK>N MRS. lERRY MRS. REED 

Ml^ NIOWDER MRS. RTVAS 

LASKIN ROAD, VIRGINIA BEACH nwM GA S^lfl 

TWO NtMiPmjS UKTATIOI^ 
IM I wiliitin 1^„ Ww* ComH 2M9 ift—|HWi 1 



'Ido' so 
heed a/ifiohf/ off huf ouJtv! 





and Muitiol Federal 
hosMONEYWAILABlffor 

of nont M^pravMMnta I 

DERAL 

OP MO«#QIK 
NORFOLK / rOimMOttrH / \nMWNAKACH 



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^m dUN-NEWS» Itiursday, Stptember 5, 1963 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 



MM P^l^%nmm 



M^ Thi 



RUHY jiAN rH^IPS 







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( H tte »M irfBee hi V)i||Bte fewl^ Va^ nM» «•«!<« Mm& 9. It^ 



Srtbiulptloii nitt^fey 



aiMl^ dIjwflJt f«r 



iMiY WiMINO 



With School Bells Ringing 
Traffic Safety is A Must 



T«iay th© public scIkx>Is in ttie City of 
Virginia dem^, as well as many private 
sdiools, will open their docKS to tt»usands 
of l^ungs^rs seeking an education. The 
^ Kh<»lt exp^ an enrollment to exceed 
29,<XW pupils. This represents an inaease 
of wrtie 9,WK) pupils during the past four 
^ars. . 

What 6om all tfiis mean? For one thing 
it demands that we adhere strictly to the 
rules of traffic safety. It is a time whfen 
R^iy ^tflf^ters will be on the streets and 
attending sdwol fsr the first time, tf de- 
mands thd utmost alertness on fhe part of 
the autwiwblle driver. 

Eachy^r throughout the nation many 
scfwol <i«ldr©n are killed or Injured pri- 
marily through carelessness and thbught- 
ffW»ss Ml the part of the person behind 
^e wlwel of the automobile. With school 



bells ringing it means tl||t the motorist 
must be more cautious than ever. 

School J?ones are well marked for the 
motorist and speed limits are posted in 
these areas. These speed limits should be 
strictly obey^ and even niore strictly en- 
forced. 

In the City of Virginia Beach, alone, 
there will be literally hundreds of public 
and private school buses on the streets and 
roads. These vehicles are filled with 
precious cargo— our children. All of safety 
should be c^yed and all traffic must stop 
when the school bu^ is flashing its red 
light. 

If all drivw^ will take stock starting to- 
day and refr^h their minds with the safe- 
ty rules of the road Virginia Beach's school 
children will have a safe 'and happy school 
year. 



Cancer Crusade Tops 
Goal For First Time 



The Amerfcan Cancer Society's Annual 
Crusade has come to an end in Virginia 
Iteach and the results clearly show that 
l«al residents are bea>ming more aware ^ 
jf the untold k^nefits that stricken patients 
derive from feach dollar donated to this 
organization. For the first time, the Vtr- 
■"'a Beach Uriit has exceeded ^ goal. 
harity solicitors today must often face 
an "oh-no-not-again" attitude sfAwri s^k- 
contributions, yet each and ^^«ry or- 
ization is v^rthwhile and gnwtly 
ied by the HI and unfortunate. It Is i^ls 
^f that drives hundreds df volurttww* 
into the vari<H« fund-raising campa^im 
...J .11 ...... ||,p^ fp smile in the face of 

... ricism from those l^s informed. 

se volunteers knc^f that every dollar 

they brlr^g in wW help someone some- 

J where. And ^ tired feet and occasional 

• disappoirttments i*e inlignif leant in oom- 

!parison, 

5 So has it been with the Cancer Crusade 
i volunteers. They were fully aware that the 
"funds they raised would be used for re- 



sean^ in a cure ^ the dread diasase; that 

a portion of the money would remain In 

the state and locality; that many th<xj8af»ds 

of dollars have already gone into resea|ch 

grants at University of Virginia AAedrcal 

Sdxjol; that sufficient funds would be used 

to educate the public cmi symptoms of carv- 

cer and the necessity of early treatment; 

and. that other dollars would be used to 

unit to be loaned out or given, entirely 

unit to be loaned out or goven, entirely 

free of charge, to carKer patients in the 

V^^la Beach &rea.^ 

These are facts and reading them 
ufwteubtedly make the average 
more cognizant of the Amwican 
Society's purpose. But only the 
patients and their families can fully ap- 
preciate this organization and its wor^s 
Few only those who fwve suffer' 
physically, emotionally and financitfiiy — 
from this disease can know the relief and 
assistance they have r^seis^ from the 
dollars donated through this annual Cru- 
sade. 



Fan^a C^mB^^mFlkn 




Home Tuesday after a nx-moDtii abaenoe were tmm MM 
pikxs dL Carrier Air Oroi^ Six pjotured liere as their tanflte 
gie^ tihek- return. A public addreii tyatem aiKlfliimed tte vmm 
of cMft i^ot as his ptane arrived at fttit Ocean Naval Air ^takm 
ater tekof off from the deck of the USS S n terpri a e. Ate> oi 
hud to fOPSti the retiuniit pilots was Rear Admiral P. ktoa^, 
OOMFAIRKORFOLK. and apt. L. L. Dew, " 
CMfic%r, Oceana NAS. (Official Navy Photo) 



YOUNG SINma TRIO 
DELIOHT HOTEL OUESTS 



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NOf THE FUER tS « WIMQLESS 
INSECT f HOWLER, rr CRN HOP 
AND TUMPQftfAT DISTANCED f 







Is IHERE ANV BUTTgg IN 
BUTTEeiMli-K? 



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FROt^ WHICH THr BUT-mft 

FAT Hfis BeeN eictiRftcTigof 



nmCALlU MOTEL OPERipK 

TO ATTEND MET 



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l-l»^^ll:«-p^ «toe pot, 

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Albert Qmm^MtL, of tj» 
Oc^an Itach M^ in Virginia 
Beach, vill ftttmd the regu^ 
amv«itioft of QwdMy Courts 
Ud^ §^M^ VI m. the Parle 
IMMen^fttm. hi G^m^ Park, 
Md/ 

Qvi^' C<w^ is c(wix^d of 
ovw iW ii^^BKtei^ owned 
•Eld <^ated nileb wHh 35,000 
in states east of the Mififfis- 
and in eiitefo Canada. 
' to main- 
si^ standards of 
the tm'eling pub- 




C OF C EXECUTIVES 
MEEnNGHEKE 

VmOWIA MAOT — Tlie «- 
nwd m&itisag ol te >\ru|^ Aa- 
socMitan <rf OMriber <rf Com- 
moee ^^iM«« n^ he Md 
Tuewiay and Wedi^Kiay at dw 
Cavalier H<^1, Vir^ja S^cfa, % 
wai mukmM^ today \^ Rolwzt 
J. JohnMn,«f ^^pto, VACXX 
prudent, 

Jaoies T. MMmwi, preude^ of 
the ^^i^tti' «^ aa^# $i 
Cmmmm, ^m. flf«ric M ttt 1^ 
quet on SepltnAw 10, Worit. 
1^^ "wfl hi tMMMCied on ^^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH — 'Vt»\ 
Onirch Keys reco^ orterli^^j 
irt a kwn and b^Ndi party for (he 
guests of tte ItotiMi Wa^i^ton 
Hotti in VkgU^ fieach, in a com- 
haurtu^ ac^ instnuno^ and 
ga«t puticii»tion «m% fest. 

(Mmter of Qxs&b&buia Bofeby 
Gitohotts uttroduoed the tin^ 
men^Kn of the "OMordi Keys" 
•^a eirtetamed witti a s«rte of 
folk «mp and @iest partkqK^on 

Thk groi^ iflaTS attai»My at 
tt» ^urf iRIdea", Tlie ^adows, toe 
OffM»rs Chib in 0<»ana and %» 
Ranch H«ise in fiei»port News. 

TM boys range in age frwn 
seveyen to e^bte«* yeara. Two 
B«'m^* school ^dffl^ one a 
giwiua'te of Vfrginia Beidi Hi^. 

Jim l^ai^y JSffSi^m^ caiae 
from PhUad^fdm, Pa.; Ke^ 
Ryan irwn Wlii^ iRbuns, a resi- 
ded of Vii^ittia BeK& for Qie 
^Mt ten years; Mike Jeoks, o^- 
tealiy fi-^n San Francisco, Calif., 
a tesideiA <rf Vi^nia B«Kdi iss 
%m past ^Bs» yeara. 

Keith is sevw>teen years of age, 
and is a fr^uran sA tlw tJniver- 
rity of FlffliWhi, BMijwii^ m pre- 
HMd. He is tl» «m of Mrs. Vir- 
0nia Ryan of V^l^Ola Beadi. 

KeMh pkys tenEdxme and stud- 
ied with ttie ^tius^iieaim at Vk- 
ginia B^di High Scho^. He plays 
a harttnw l^k^Ie and ^p hass 
wiA tiw 4rio. 

Jkn ^anley is sev«dto^ years 
old and plaj^d profe^oi^y lor 
alxmt oie year— ^ying banjo 

Lead Roles 
Assigned By 
Tbeetre firiuii 

V»(^nA MACH— Two per- 
fomen in ^ iui^»^ F^- 
home's twiL aeumi hive kndM 
title i«id rtitea 'm tte Vii^inia 
Beach LitUe HmNiv }m>dt^fam 
of ' H^qjy fiii^k^." 

Mrs. Jam GwrooD, who sang 
tte feuKte lead to 'Sripdo(»," 
and Lt. C^^. George Snie^ker, 
the doctor in "Mr. IWierts," will 
star in 4be foi^i^ou^ pl^ i^ be 
directed by Ifci. <M. <M Uvdy. 

Tt» aa^# will 1» pr^rted 
0<^. 10-12 and 18-19 at the y ttte 
Theatre's CMrtyart Fbo^hMi^ m. 
17A %«et, tt» lsF0t$ d«;or^M 
facility once knomi as the old 
Roland "ni^ftre. 

Ma^^ i&H^l^er v^^ans also 
app^ in titt sq^^ntti^ rdto in 
*7ii^y ffit^toy:" hm Pening- 
ton, BMd lyin-. Bob Maul, ti^ 
IHAoi^ KMes Pra^Mas and Fqy 
Stttw. 

I^ Dee imm% Bob Funia^ 
BMy iMnH, Judy Bum, C. W. 
K^^, Batera tt^nm. J. P. 
Htfrwjn, &al KflHtfie, Unssd 

Ttm 19^4i ^c^B jftunises to 
he mk tarn amemM to ^ 
l^i^B 9mA XMia ttei^ In 
wuay ^Hunk Mne tt^ ISO ^r- 
«Mi iMHRi «t nn^ to tty- 
oite and tte ^^^stl f^- 



imd gBHar <sflf-te^tt). 

^in ^ a semen* at ttnry Hii^ 
School and t^M^ wl0i Ms |Mtr- 
ate, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stantey 
In Mxrfolk, Vix^nla. 

lffl[e Jenks tSte fl^fd aan of 
Itae grwip is ei^een yean of i^e 
md a i^uale of Vkginia B^di 
Ifilpk SdM^d, this past Jum. 

Ife pfa^s guUar (ttlf-tougM) 
and sfaigs toikMM <w^ tte grewp. 

Mike ^ the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Fre^^Ck J^dcs of this city. 



UCF Summer 
Drive Ahead 
Of Year Ago 



VnWJWIA MACH— The woi- 
mer ca«i^Mtgn|>f the VMeA Oim- 
BOHUtte VtaAd wifl &3A Ih^ we^ 
and resuMs are alreacfy "wa^ 
ahead of last year," OttinBU 
J. R. HMro said today. 

TOie sunwiw <^apaigs tovdv^ 
amdl lMriniNB», iMitels »d mo- 
tels 1^ z^^auMttte. 

Haden iidd that the Nonnandie 
OaftAraia was ^ fir^ to rqpmt 
WO p^ ceirt emphqwe isrticipa- 
tion. Jinxny Ko^<^wmh, ^ own- 
er, hfti tong been an adlve UOF 
vcriuiAMr @d ^ o^t^a Ites 
on^sten^ had a 100 pa* omt 
particii»Mon. 

llie sufflimr o^fi^ wtt »* 
tend through this week birt from 
ijbe @u-ly r^x>r^ ali«ady hi '*■ 
Iffom^s to far eK^d tat y^r's 
drive, Ha<ten sakl. 

The nam^ stflkitation wil get 
underway here Octoter 7. 



CiviliM Honored 
M f ort Story 



PORT 6T(»Y — Tfce first 
award tf ito kmd tote ^»Mked 
to a*©vttian ewf^ffm <* ftort 
Story »m fieeived r^H^ i^ 
Doi^MI J. IM^. ^1^ i^eA 

Th« ^ftsd l^comnMiatiao 
^ ^ O^tftm^ M Vim An^ 
^^«l^d to^ Hfr. e^r m 
ceremonies ta the M^ tf tte 
D^^ IN^ ConmuHi^ Ltei* 
^^ CMb^ Rri)^ «MHduA. 

Ite awawl differs flrom tiiwe 
^l^ously ^ven for wMtttndii^ 
^^mnmm « the Jcfe in tturt tt 
3^1^ wMh M a 1*^ ina«^ hi 

Ite^tswnt of the Anny QvV- 
ians have bwn in ^ put, taoA 
itt an tat sow &^&, nwE^ded 
r« to(»llew» in thilr f^l ^ a 
^u^tfMd ^Mrior PsAnvMim 
Mnwd iihMi ^ezM w^ M a 

c^uMwU^ u 1 Aumuy ^ to 
SI D«»inber 82 whita Mr ^<^ 
1MW amt^ tt OMnwMtiw 



CMNrM't 




Uniiniiy 

VmOlMA BEACH — 'Hie an- 
nual canwaie.n fnr the Children's 
Hon . un- 

derwa>' nere jiepifiiuuer oru. 

Mrs. H. LawsaJB Mllei; Jr., and 
Mrs. M. Ward Cc^, co^hairmen 
Lhe namei of the members of the 
society's Slate Board of Sponsors 
—Mrs. G. Bentley Byrd, Mrs. 
Richard M. Cooke, Mrs. Floyd H. 
Dormire, Mrs. Alfred L. NichoF 
son, Mrs. James P. Sadier and 
Mrs. h. Crawford ^m aM ^• 
aid C. Butt and A: GoMon ^■ 
ptenmi. 

M^itei^ of ^m Advi^xry Con^ 
mittee we: Mi». WUlanl ^ybbiun, 
mn. JoA Ctflwn, lbs. O. Gn^ 
Hod^am, flfa. ffldney Kellani, 
Mn. J. B. Maddrey, Mrs. H. P. 
Mm&^ Mra. G«»|e Newark. 
Mrs. I^rvkl Si^utm, M». ^w 
and MiM Doi^y Bratt«a. 

Mn. M^ i^ed everyone who 
can to <M4riai»rte te dae drive tiiis 

"Usi year t}» Md»ty received 
1$0 new bidites,'* ^ mi. "In 
^te of ^ 0re^ imsxM^ ck- 
I^m:^, howeiwr, ihe aoctefy is 
havmg to.tom avn^ M>wi be- 
^MiM <rf tlte Utdk of nsmnt^k 
Im^ne bow you wiotfd UA if 
you had to r^use h^ to a child 
wM Ke^ needed tttftta^. Ymir 
gfi Kiffl b^ to 0ve aooae honM- 
hm baby a r^ chance hi Wb. 
Give generously irMi yMir 
heart" 



CaiitSiMnoRS 
ThnbanCO 



LTHlfi ORlifc-Captlto W«- 
liun £. Siauttcnts wffl relwve C$^ 
tak Watter K. Kow, Jr., s <^m- 
mandiM idfrnr o£ the eMa^ 
ottTgo &p llud^i mday. Sept 
6, at the Norfolk Navfl Nation. 
Captain Stow has csomamaM 
Atitekntie Fteet AaiirfiMna 
I0i%> sin<», July », 19$2, 
npatt to <ihe staff of 
Conuufldar Service iFm%, U. S. 
Pi^fic Beet 

(^f^m ^mams "wu in ^ 
otf»e <rf tte CSiief of Naval Op«- 
•tiws, as he^ ^ ^ Ibterkl 
Requksmeats Branch vnAa ^ 
Depo^ Ouef of I^val Opmtiomi 
IL^^kstu^, (before rqMctii^ to 
lluAian. 

He m^er^ tte Naval Afiaden^ 
'm W^ mA was ecmuniaionMl 
ensign in Dec«Di)er 1941. He 
4h^ Mfv^ iH^tb the Ae^tany't 
ettctrtive departoti^ aatfsttBg hi 
the training of I^^^ lO^^p- 
men until May IMZ, fd lowed % 
duty in ^ de^oyer Ol^mum. 
Wl^ hi O ViMM he piM^rted 
in iie GM^d^HA eampa^. 

hi S eptwri bg XM4 to n^poitod 
to &e h^f$ otthMf St, Lwte a^ 
paxtKipaM in the OkinMn am- 
iwgn. Atertte |«rar, he S9V^ en 
IlK staff fit Cemmmd^ M^ 
idiip<^ruis^ F«ce, Bwafic V^et 
and in Au^ut IMS n^os^ to 
tlK <j^droy^ (kunard m exeoi- 
tiw ^t^e&. 

He ser^d ta ^ Buf^ oi 
Navidf Persourt ftom 1^ mM 
1^3, and then i^^Kn^ to the 
f^t Troinuig Group at tiie U: S. 
Naval Base, GtwitaiMn> f^, 
OA». b 3fiv(di 1^ M tMmBM 
conunffid of the dei^^^ I^urcfy. 
He then becanoe ^K(»tive officer 
of the U. S. Naval Schools Cmt 
imnd in Newport R I- 

He it marrW, to tte iotmst 
Miss Joyce -teffthi of New Ro- 
cheUe, N. Y. TSi^ Mve at 101 W. 
Bayview Blvd., N<n'fdk, with tiwir 
ttaee cfa^ren. 

(^)itata ^ow viMBsatmi to tiM 
foimer Ifin MM#W^R«n. Tl^ 
currently reside ^ MM Riddkk 
Rd., Norfolk, with ti»ir four cMl- 
dren. 



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mmmm point — ttt, 

Grace H. mm of 111 Oriol* 
Drt^, l^oh^k Pbiifl, ^iw ctae ^ 
41 per^m to <^^Mt the ta^ 
l^^g ifaoit courtt ^ the Penn> 
sylra^ St^ Uni^i^ty. 

The 5^y frogma, <ne of a 
witei of tfiort ceio^ ccMiMid 
ly ^ ^^ vf AtfrtnNw^ ^ 
d^n I^Am woA iM b^ te 
^ Unii^n^ bee ^ndb « w^ 
as work in the laborato^. 

The conne, hbUl ee(^ ym, » 
^nned to help beekeq^ M- 
wMw their huMMand ^^M a 
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I Ml in fiwor oi a world-wide movement 1 do not f xnccf ' 
n^e a ^ie" doU« at it To the contrary— I expc^ 
m^ m^^^ te entire male population. This does noi c>oiner 
^ a |f»t ^. lihec 1 am not crazy about the male ootnilM 
amt, tew fflftvw ^n, and have written a 
(boirt k. Ham d^l Ttat » uo^k imhct 
eMirely! 

1 |«^pc^ that beginning some day looo— i 
say tomotrtjw morning — that the maiea sta^ 
home fy alx>ut two weeks and do ••womaai 
work" tor a while. Ihe females can go down to 
the offwe, m^ma^m wh^ *e males work. 
I will emmm ^tf 99.995 pmcm ti the m«ies 
wifl hrtte "*unclc" betoe tf» sctt»i of the sun 
m the mmA ^y, and wUI fcom ma. day for- 
ward refoiLtei ftom makiitt rwawto irtiout how] 
toi^ men have ft hi this twrW. In addition, . 
^ wlU n« have M^ cammta ahout the sfa» «f»»«^ 
of tte food bUt— staje tiw swap wffl himb ti«y'U Imiw ^ ^ ^ 
8l«»ptot. I^ more ttttli ©WMMrts al»« ^ttiag ^|iw»d". 
whw ^'i« tm^ to irtves. tlOT wffl soon tow w* ^ wn- 
not ommixe a blocx^ no«e ot a ^i^ ta^ No n»rc % 
mW about what a u^ #y tt^ tod at ^ offlfli^^^w I 
had to run that hou^, mAe ^se be(b, w^ ttwie tGUKU 
^ee dnws a day, mi ito^ ttoie fu^ ^w^ teo^n 
sisters. Qwijwtrf to Ac avenfe ^ydt. hwwto, ^ iiwnaS 
man's <^ at the shop » tf» equival^ of a ttro imkh vu^tai U, 
tltt toon^, 

I wyi kiy d^ to tvft tiutf tb ftM ooM t? Kseam for tiw 
MuMy wagcA will be those braway, iMw»lh» ^fM vHt» Mm^ 
arouml beltowiiq; tt the ira^ to |M ^Hfta' iM fcs^ Atep 
(xrpnh^ . 

After tiin two wmks » up tl» n«B (^ p m tmm mum 
to tte p^ce and quiet d, tte iron tomdty — ex- Jed miU— -urf |M 
on w^ whoever vras eai»in§ dmu mA pahi b^if Hmt iMy 
Of The Si^. I win fuep ^/^^i^v witt^^Mr m mi^ 
gripes abcHit working tt^^MtfWHi bk^ hmsm/i aoB ©sffee 
brsukSi 

As a mater of fact, I mwlito't be at dlranvtod tf Oie ^mmm 
woiM e^%r want to ctmt bu^ to tiN tao^Md aiW kMH^ii 
ab(^ for two weeb in the ^ical ana's job. I ^ure tfM ^ on- 
dt^^s wiU be scny to see tbs 4asem j^JUMm *M Imm to go 
kxA to havi^ m^ coo^m ididiit ft» mU^fmtsl^sA }obs. 

Oh well. It'U atY&! happen. 1%e Aetioi (X te BMtt ^afc« 
Oe (hiUy toei^ by As sv^ d Us Isow gaM be mift#aN»d, T 
^ew. Um luw be» gMtiof cimy «M Ms He tm ibotf #M 
c^Ams, «m1 I 0em yon ^rafato^ h(^ to dHMii li «wer a MW 

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<te Muif ^ 4tt American Oift- 

oe^ Soekpty* we wiih to expreas 
(ritttse iMX^ciattoii to «te .Y|^ 
^a Bam raUenta far OMir 

^ the- 19€» Ganear <:nte« 



<to KRSoess dQwnded upon 
ae ikOm effoiis of oMy wiO- 
lag vrtunteein, u wA as ^ ve- 
$gmMi ot me tittens hi pmscm 

R k a deep awl Afaiing frtla- 
fMttm to lQM»r thiA ttis fll^^M 
ni|mie im tstkM Oe Aisi^ 
ott Oan^ ^&^ to tttft a- 
other i^ forwwd in ttie eiu- 



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4 dr sadan,s3«rial number^ 
*ftW«l^jg»land npoaiauBd 

of tiMlHVI^atohi Cod^ 

tlonai SataOHM. d«t«d Mtftsfl 

30, .1M2^ In imrmiiKe of the 

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LirM^m Park 
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tltf ^omiie II • ataspb 
dw finett n»Uc fc^ibb. 

T« M6enpii^ ^li, SeadlMt uses the latest 
in wbui aiory eqninnwnt, ihie akiiaate in mod- 
gtn production tei»ni<|tteB, and tke ta^A <rf 
uyned pertpnnel. The quality of Seidt^ 
Mln ii«NMr^M froM d» i«tm r^ft to your 
4^, In (mi, nuMt of die >e^k irt a SM^MIt 
{dent wwk at qMlity centred. 

1^ Uni •f dWicM^^ MR mAj nfAik fai 
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riNM nmi mum im ntr 

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to vfltaNs i _ 
■uNiBi nmraR in vnt 
Ih% Mid MjMgr 

jon CO ■ mnmnn <Biron'''4u,oi 
irtiicfa faM «acMd for y«u Ike 
d w i ixi it rMptct tod admiraton of 
sulmrdinates.'^ 



lo read, "^tJma ymur caAMaiad, 

lb wtf if {WM^ 4MHt tf MMM%' 
fmt ofietti, Mr ^eliHM i« 
leanuo, bave ever ^ito»l {tt>m 

ks vMA ^ey grileAifly join In 
Ait tsUem of ncogidMto «r 
«3^feptk»al merit tt • Leader of 

Mei." 



t» Hm iMlhai Mvi- 

MHhi Mrti of BtiMk llbr- 
iTlS m VWM*. tllAle 

Hfeill Mfe «al te ttitee 

vBnvBB ann qbwb vk 

to tee 



QM nMinlicn of tne fietr 

llMf MK li chMHI^ k tie 
Hedttemoean on an exitend^ 
fendhffis cniiM» Wbett the Maiiiw 
vnys moK ▼■imniv weapon, qk 
Individual M a rtnt , Is b^s^ 




JAiMfeS L. Itt-W 

(AIWIQ— Amy Pvt. lunai t. 
BeU, son of Mr. and Its. Wlla* 
W. BeB, 428 VMinJ*tte«ft IN4, 
Vixginia Beaia, coMp^ri ^ 
•we^ oantral offke lete- 
■wili1<waifrf operation 
M The SMtMutera Sigi»l 
ftut Qonloo, Ga., late ixt 
BA enMlM tte 4Anny l«l 
. and c(Nq[^ted ^tsic oxn- 

t;'«»ii^ « ^«*don. Tlie 
year^dd soUiex Mmded Prin- 
fMi Anne W0 St^mi, Lymt 
lava. 

DAym A. RICH 
C^V ffiMMT, (Mo— Ainnan 
lUf^d OHI MM A. «d ^ \^ 
^la fieadi, bu ttmk «ai0D^ 
femporarfly t» Oanj^ #ei7 as a 
iM^too- of ttil A!ir Vsite unit 
•nwldtag anpoH w^cas f ^ Ihe 
Mrttaial fUife and ralol Matches. 

Azrman Ridi, aao of Mr. and 
liri. W. H. I^^ 1048 Termao 
t^«ul, iVfa<^nia 6t^^ coQifdeAed 
^ techniotl tmmii^ (XMirse tor 
|BveM(H7 i^ediffiis at AmaiiSo 
IkfB, T%x.. dK»tly before reprat- 
1^ litfe. He ^IM asd^^ to a 
temmeM base ^ 4iitr upon 
loo^letton of tWi Mttonil Matdi- 
te Septanber 1. 

the ainnan attended Princes 
AniM High Sdioal. 



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IttMIB ERUNfi 
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YOMCT0'W(N — iftowMd It 
«HOf600<3othen|d4 
Be«£, will giwMbta 
An^ 39 Ihnn Captain of ttia 

(MmtABmsew WHUU^ttlatm iA 

lAoiliMn^ Va. 

A MiMpgt #Mldr iiiM itt 
Nie ftMHti^'ai IrMipHlr ttfe 
y wMJirt t ijfaol tor «b t^iui 

to MMt^ ilir«tf9iiti^S^ 
4&d^ricil,aufvey insbvomnt^ 
ipd tiM ftmottena «{« COIf» 4u^ 
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Wt. soaanen li ti% 0Slttst te* 
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For Ladies In 
e Slated 



BAYSH)E — Regi^iation fOf^ 
iayide 'Xadies Day Out" pro- 
|nai, ^xHuiaed 1^ the Y.W.CA. 
wiU be Wecfa^sday, S^Aenlxr 18 
it tie iBcgnlde On^tlan Chmch. 
0reffiweil RMd, ri^ off of 
ftioft Drive. Hm hours of r^a- 
IratMtt 1^ ba fran 9.-^ vtnm 
11:30 aiA. A T-MiCA. nlMber- 
ttiip eo^lng #2.90 is recpifawd m 
#rder to paiiksipirte. Any six 
Iraeb cMiye u*|4.50 md any 
two six we^ course $8.00. Tte 
elasaes tH djpctted to oMb as if^ 
as wnue ind fees are due at 

CUttai 11^ b^in en Wedme- 
ii^, G<«tofifccr 25 from 9:30 wa" 
m tim. %K^ m served flRw 
ll:9lmJtt. %iM! iS:M pjm. wift a 
|>ro0cain. 1k« afternoon %^{ms 
«i« mai 11^ until 2M pjn. A 
tmr$m «ft l>e MBMNe lor in- 
laid to six yeai^ of age at ^)c 
Itor mstk tatioaor $1.00 p^ <ky. 

llM i^Nitag «lanet ai« faeiiag 
0tf«p»l: Banner Art, tliss 8dty 
t^^v^to^ la^niKr bridge, Mft. 
B^. AfittMnn; li^uier semi^ 



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Bayilde News 



Vyter Fifls 
BaysMePelpit 

BAYSIDE — Bev. Etrl itart 
i»a ftttOy of the fia^Bde Ch^ 
ti«i Qh^^ an VM^oning in 
North C^-aliaa. bi his ab^noe 
^ pu^k Haas fiSed ^^indio'. ^>- 
liiAer 1, by Bev. & & nhr#;^ 
^ retired mni^er Acnt ^ 
Be^ Churdi. 

Nffirt Su^toy wffl ta"%l>served 
as 'V^ Day" hr the Ba^iside 
Christian OnirA. MeaMn u« 
a^ed to "T9tty teak to ibmt 
and ^uday Sch<^ cod all efaurch 
activities." Hie illen(knce gold 
of 300 hat te«i set to the Sun- 
day School. 

Mr. WIBiam Nagg, chtfrman of 
m Offi^ Sowd of die fiaysde 
C^iriatian Onutb will presicte at 
the meeting^ Ibe Bmtd, Mote- 
day ni^ Septoeabe* 9, at 7:30 
pjn. ' 

"Die Yooth Groups of the 
church will t^ta tta^ ragolar 
Sunday night iM^gh^ <m nsct 
&inday night lA 7:30 pin. tlw 
counselors for this ffmep kt Ifr. 
and Mn. D. B. &qM&i, Jr. 1^ oeif 
c^cns ot Urn YoiMi 6nwp wiS 
ba bHrt^ed Btat Sui^y ni^ by 
the pastor, Rev. Earl Farrell. 

Last Sia^a^ aftarnoon Ihe 
Yootti held a SoMiall fame on 
£he <dnBcti ptricmg lot and ac- 
cordiag to all repents "a gwid 
tlMe 1MB had l^ all." 

fta Yorith FmmnlApy m hold 
a 'iay ridb" 'Septeudbei 31 and 
will <»>nGlude ttoeir sunmi^ <hi^ 
htgs. 

All the dioirs of the churA 
win be back at rehearsal Ibura- 
day night, S^ri^nber 5, at 7:30 
p.m. Sb%. (Xlga Pitt is choir di- 
redKO' <tf tte actaft choirs nd 
Ilrs. itorgaret Troulaiki (Erects 
me cmKireiB csom. 



Mrs. wmiiun Oliver; crsJt crea- 
tion, Mrs. W. O. Stak^; knilting, 
Mrs. Aleied Stoton; "Your B^ 
You", Mrs. V. B. <Rink. 
. Afterojon das^s: lnterraedk*e 
Art, Waditer Thrift; second step 
bridge, Mra. Norman HUatoeit; 
Better Wtm IMteg, Mi^ Wfl- 
Uam Oliver; Millinery, Afrs. BiUie 
Burks; Needlework, Mrs. iUdd 
Staton; Charm and IMnnaatta, 
BITS. V. B. Rink. 

Classes wfll be oano^M if 
tiMace is imii^icMnt enroIlmenA. 



Biytide Plans 
Lailies Program 

BAYSIDE — Tlie Bayside 'la- 
dies Day Out" series, conduced 
Iqr the Virginia B^ch Branch of 
the Y.W.C.A., win start Septwn- 
ber % at B^de Christian 
(%urch and continue every Wed- 
nesday through October 20. 

Begistrfftion will be held at ^e 
^uith Sept«nber 18 sA 10:3(> 
%M. aiMl tlK annual AchievenwuA 
Day Luncteon is planned for No- 
vember 6 at 12:30 p^n. 

A nurs«y will be provided for 
cMdren iqi to atat years of a^. 

1^ sdiatfale win include: 
9:30 to 11:30 ajn. 

Begiimer art, Was B«My Craw* 
ford; beginner bridge, Mi& B^ 
Atk^am; b^bm^ sewii^, Vbs^ 
WMitm Oliver; craft cr^ttimi^ 
Mrs, W. O. SiOm; Imitting; Mr%, 
Meld Staton; rad "Your B^ 
Ym," Mrs. V. 1. Rink. 

ImuA wifl be served from 
11:30 aA. to 12:30 p.m. and wiU 
be Uj^iighted by a q^ec^Qf 
planned ^^^am. 

12:30 to 2:30 pjn. 

Intermediate art, Walter Thri^ 
aecond step bridge, Mm. Noimaa 
nfcbert; better dre^mking, Mrl 
(MUver; millinery, Mrs. BOM 
Burks; needlework, Mrs. Stsftonf 
and charm and trimna^ra, Mrs. 
Rink. 



Church Ra% 
Plaimed By 
Baydde Grow ^ 

BAYSS)£ — The Baj^de Bap* 
M, Oiurch w!E ol»erv« "Raflt 
Day" i^rt Sunday tar aM ^urch 
serkxs and it will b« the opanii^ 
of Dw faB piopam. lite |^ set 
for Sunday Sdiool-atten^nce it 
600, f» m<»Mftg' wwafcft* 4M|, 
T^^totng Un^ llO Md ewenini 
wor^p 200. the "r^" wffl bl 
'*ack to etaatA." t 

^ A wpmM^ canitealioB.iavetij4 
of the Womens AuxiUaxy anl 
dwrdi cilR^ ^M bi bMiue^ 
day, Septoob^ 10 d 10 aia. a| 
^e church. Tl^ meetings havi 
been advai»ed beea^e (rf t^ 
condi% re^itous surv^. 



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3 BAC^ — $4.49 
GmAmJLATKD S-19-S 

FERTQJZER 100 .. ... $1.98 

mwm 100 . ... $2.49 

SYE 

GRASS SEED 100 ... ... $9.99 

OXFOBB PAJRD 

GRASSY 5L....$li9 
CRASS SEED 4 ... ... $2.19 

KY. incim MD. St 

CRASS SEE! 5 ^. ... $2.19 



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Pungo Women Softball Chanps Thinned to 

Low Point 




Fnnt row, left to r^t: Bill Eutsler, numager; Jeui 
Miu^y, Aim Rowe and Frank Tho^^on, coach; hiA ww^ 
mi Jean TlunDpscM). NcA picta^ is Elten Garotte. 



Dj«r, Gwen Cmpttm, Melva Ora^tead, C^folyn Vau^aii, Mildrwl 
Thec^a Heueiuntn, KiUie Ftan^an, Gert Eutsler, ^«ty Atwood 



VIRGINIA 55E. 
of the SeatU'Wk fooibaU team at 
Virginia Beach High Sdiool are 
thin these days, but Coach Cai-1- 
ton Bowyer continues to do tiie 
best with whftt he faa; akhoagh 
the prospects are dlr. vin- 

ning seasm. 

ILtftest <mvk. hm ^» m^bir 
oirt fin* toottdl ^ U or 19 1^ 
hmet am mm iri^ tte qp^^ 
ofm^i t few «n« mMUbm 
wiU don luuforatM. 

'*W# rttrtad ort ii*h ^h^m 
iNit too msy €^M$ mUvittes 
have c^ tiw wqiuA to ».A^er- 
widy low nua*®-," B&^«t vm^ 

Bowyer slaM tivrt U ^np 
cnftinue along ^ I^ <ttqr teve 
so f cr it wBl be diffi<^ to fidd 
a te«n for tiie t^soBOpoi^ Imto 
^^ain^ I%r^^ m §e|^nrtMr 
18. 

' The matim H so KUte miA 
the sui^Msfid Bo«^ te iiM««ly 
doubtful wh^s- ^ S^Mwks 
WiU be iMe to luUW Itofa^ «d^* 
ule commitmnte ttto yur, 

'*We haw tfrwiy tort: our reg- 
utar ftiUb^ by w^ of m ta- 
Juiy," iMwyn mM. tie nltored 
to Slip M«9tn, wlw bT€^ a 
bwe in ^ f M^ wd wm be out 
of action ftw «t ^Mt lix weela. 

mt, <k>adi Bw^ puiatod 0^ 
that they wMl ke^ fH^ luid do 

maiteiM ^ hand. 



MERCinY^IErEOR-COMET 



Complete Service On All Maka Of Cats 

Factory - tnkmd Meditiiics 




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Make tracks for tliB' 

Indian Summer 
BIG SIZE Pow-Wow 



mOHT NOW yom ftvoirito rtcse la 
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Stock np BOW <ni tlie King of &an 
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FUNGO— T^ PQI^ imMnen's 
soM»all C^n ead@I tlKir l^gue 
seasfsi n^A ^ 18 wta - 1 h»s en- 
tMing Qmn to leo^e <i» Vir- 
gtak B«idh Wflooen's SdftND 
L»gm |)i«p«.^jM4( s doiAte 
header ^pkdem Oo^n* Wvn- 

P11W8, reedved Ite toun^anest 
l^icp^ etao t^ ownii^ <wt on top 
wttb • final score of d-7. 

A tkeA Qxxk.<M^ hdd ai toe 
Imne af Bob D^r in hytsdoxmi, 
«M l^mi for ttw team Auguat 
%^ ^Sbermtp^^^e^iAi dan<^ 
and gaa3i» '^mse an|oyed by tfl. 
IndivMiMl tro|ridM, prorated Iqr 
meM^r, "Wffliem iuMer an^ 
coadi, Wtmk llKMBpaon, were re- 
e«iv«d >y ^ch teim member. 
Two add^>nal tropUes were pre- 
sented to Betty AtwMd — miak. 
vdnaSde player and to ^nn Bowe 
— «oat hoii» runs, totaUag 12. bi 
velum, ttw team ^^ fdaqu^ 
to (be aua»^r end cotuSi iteiti- 
<^ to <m» r^^ved from tt» 
9(rfMbal »wxiirti<m to Ite <Aun- 
pk)nsiu^ 

'We «e a very proud ^on and 
are tookh^ fonrard to ne^ %a- 
son so we n»y try to regain our 
ti&s." 




BOWMAN 



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A TACHOMrrf R C/M ME A SKIPmt'S BWT mHMe 

BY HANK BOWMAN 

Of afl ttke tasm^nta a^^tfte to ito power \mlmmk'^^m 
InbfHQ^ or oiMi)<»t^fty|IMMlK alMuM rglfi. ^ 

Hie tachi^e^ aaeM^^^nto of ragto votitkm. ite 
1^ «e ^qmssed to ffi>M— raNAitions per ntfnutet f^i^Doe «p«i 
«i aoeunrt^ ottsnted <»&>• 
metor am <»ntrMli^ sw^ to 
safe ful ^oK^cal powertKHit 
opeiatknMt. 

linqr tnai owaen vely wi»i^ 
on mter speedoinetora to <tetoi«n- 
ine di^anc^ <»wa«d fcff- flv^ 
tioiMd puip<M^. Most water Qwed- 
ometei^ «« aciurate oidy in (he 
h^wr q>eed ranges dbi^ 12 

to A% cff ^midete d^sto^ no 
diso^eet jdEtj^ier operas at fa^ 
speed ») tl» wat^ ^)eedonieter 
is of li^ use to him durtog ttMie 
CFU<M perro^ 

A tMdMn^^ is an e^diwti^ 



Bi suni • u sicumi 




SiBm i or Hint andl MA toititf 

Put your propsrty undw our fsguiar, psrlodle pafrol- 
Rm tyit»m at • nomiiial fe« and enjoy fhe wintar 
wHn feww worriM. 

SECUMTY PATROL 

487S VmdmiA IfACH lOUUVARO 



SURF 
BOARDS 

Water Skiia 
FISHING 




• Surf Floats 
TACKLE 



FUEL. FEED 




R»-iBI' 



acoirste meaMnteoi^ of ei^ae 
^e«l Midtertfiii& 
esifl^ iMga of M 

Howwa, to be of l^Aie aa • 
navi^itfonal «M, <!« WBI reatU^ 
n^ lie tiifi^ied Mo apead 
ovMf ^ thmii^ ti» -^nim. IVds 
m«ma tfiat Ae dc^po' nnut 1^ 
pare two WM-Ixm^ 9aed, cisBite. 

Bm at iMat fiaoiag need nd 
at ^ ttme i^Md m. ^ane wfl 
oe uiiiereni pac a Mse na angMw 
has to woik terder -«4mi tte boat 
is puai^ ttaouf^ the •mSaa. 

If, for vmsi^, a tK»t is 
knoim to eome ^to flaae at 19 
mirii ai^ bolds its idatttnf eoodl- 
tton at 14 w^ tJstn^ to Its 
poik 4>eed, a <^art olMft be pne- 
pe«d ibowing MPM tt (Ida ai^ 
ottMT fdiUng q>ee^. 

Stooemudi <rf u^ boat's op@n- 
tton te4one at Mm - i^tutt^ 
4«»da, ^^ sarat boiA iMtasnun 
mak atoo pro^e huiuelf wito 
m JffM^wed dait frran M6 
n^h. 

Itort lootf watefwayi bave an 
acouxatdy n^Hured eourae. 8av> 
iM iiMUi ^eot eud^ ntot 
Mdft a at(^watiA isA wnidi^E 
19 K% apeed <teils om^ sptfl 
^ <UtfsiBic batvaen getttng 
back to port saMy eooM n^ or 
ftnind^^ armu^ imcoiuf(»!to< 
Uy and pectaps i^fing up m 
a r^ or ttnd ter. 

U « sk^par knows <3ie mait' 
man ffM Ub «^m or «igiaM 
a« »I»I^ ^ foNttng to ^)ed 
@^ttta, a ai^w^dn^ of ai»- 
imtott Wif wOl pfto^e a •mm.- 
iMi ttiat his o^e no loi^^ Ii 
<MM»ta| ^ TOliffn to A^ <jM- 
^« iKwnt. Daiaage n^ teve oc- 
curred to a prdpiteer, ui «(ximi- 
ida^ of boWotoiggpwtti m^ be 
eiMteg an amNtfwi drag m the 
tort, or the ^^e imy n^ a 

^^i»y manufiMtoser ratea bto 
ei^»a' faa«pmpff^ a ^edflc 
KPM and apefttai a^ am 
na^gsL Aa <n^^ opeal^ to 
to «^Ms ctf.i^^ran s^ nAed 
BPH to aiMtaiwtf pCTtoto qm bai ' 

^ue. An ^^ lai^ <tanwto or 
^bli propiAff nv pvwirt an 
ewtfaa Mai v^i^ Mr nUd 
BTM. tbo^ ]wu ttwgit a c«r- 
t^ hon^iMwer, ywr «n^w may 
art ^b^^top ^ howepowei im 
pM to. A f iflw i mtei ^ lii 
yw to obb^^ ftfl Msr viAie. 




^hey fs" m ^^uis' aP' 



tns' at tito Cape CdlOia^ Club dive in tor the 



Swim Champs Are Gnimied 



ViRf BEACH — A 

lacge gr iiliusiaitic y^uf- 

sten tu ut for the Oq^e 

Colony GM^ . HHh araual 
swimming ViiMli»i«)^p6 Satw- 

parenta, bSp and Inte^te^ 
persons linSr'*^*' ■^' -M side to 
cheer the swim. 

The annutl event was tmter 
the supervision of Bill Nkhdi, 
the club's pool director. 

Winners were: 

6-and-iuKl9r» 25 
Boye, 24'2 seconds. 

S-aiuNuKter, 15 
Kampmnellor, 9.4 i 
fett, 2nl; S. Mc^a^ey, 3rd. 

lO-iyad-uMier, 25 yds.: R. 
Oifter, 16.7 ^,; C. Dozier, 2nd; 



yaids: S. 

pnls: M. 
y R. Mid- 



C. KiUlip*, Jrt. 

12>aM-uttto, 25 y^,: B. 
mUi|», 13 mc.\ M. Penie, 2nd; 
K. Bu-ttwtt, 3id. 

14-and-iUKter, 25 wis.: D. 
Perrk, 12.7 ttc.; B. Rkc, 2nd; 
M. Bar^NS, 3rd. 

16>-a»l^uuler, M yAu: 1^ 
Brown, 27.8 ^.; W. BraWh- 
waite, 2i^; W, MWunm, Sid. 

GIRLS 

&«M » udbr, IS yds.; T. 
<a#e, f .7 tec^ N. Qato-, 2»dt 
M. Owen, 3nl. 

lO^MNiiiH', 2S ^.; L. 
^nii»eHe, 16.7 sec., A. Dowd- 
i^ aait; S. Sofield, 3rd. 

12 - and - ulNfer, 2Syds.: M. 
Town^M^ 14.2 uc.; P. Bsaitb- 
wate, %id; B. DidSt 3id. 

14-and-under, 25 yds,: N. 
RycM* 15.4 m.; H. W^tl^ 



Mancy Boo^ j^p BfffUllG 



9-Hote Winner 

VlROmiA BEACH— Nancy 
Boraer wori tiie E^ Haven 
M^ cby ttijK hcAss ks» 1/2 
tuuidwm} tnimainent Tu^ay 
wi^ ft fev pMS irf 38 to ite A 



tflMfy Woc^ m dte mam di- 
vision, w(m ^e kw net iKNicm 
with 44-12— 32. Blanche Daitey 
iHt ttle low pim wtt 31. 

^ Ihe It 4vBi^ low gnm 
went to Mary &niA with 46. 
GaU tUm ImAkm^ wkh 48-18 
—30 ami cams Ogte had low 
pi^ with 29. 



SEASON 






OSTAKt 



.Vm6B«A BEAC3I— llM! Mavy 
Otflees Wi«s Boidine I«agae 
w£ll hegnHetr fyi ae^m wM 
1^ iiiliinljiioiiiil n««tiBg 4t 
ttlMuterti^lkJiMlig iiois «n 
A U nwN^ wMi the 
Im^ig An! av«ea|ei at ISM. 
^hlra^ aerfioe is pnyv^M tew 
of ^u^. 

Att Navy k^i^^f inves hi <te 
iq:««i 9i!<e invited to join in tt» ftin. 
Tor fticAec inffnnwHf?' nlriMm 



2nd; K. J«^, 3nL 

16-ai^unfer, 50 yds.: K. 
Townse«i, 31.2 sec.; D. Fergu- 
•QfU 2flM| M. Miskkaan, 3fd. 



Auto €roi9 Remimls That Safety Needeii 




Vl^b an frlCMtted 150,000 
youngiten returning to ll^tewa- 
ter aeboila thia nuath. the l^b- 
wat«r AtttMBolOe A«iodMk)n to- 
day ian»d a I^ftttat check-list 
iki^nd to privent timf^ «k3- 
d@riNi invol^^ ^:l»oy^ <M- 
dftti. 

The AAA«l«to a^d it is part of 
a oiyQiMridt "idiod'a <^»en" 
omittifh eea^&ei ^ 4^ ^kt- 
lean AutomobOe AsaocUtton. An 
tItiMO fostn^ 4l!M0^ 
ilriM and 35XXX) tiMe 
r tdtairAMa ^ W -di>- 
r^leAAAantitodute 
In prorflbting ttM '^Sctwol'fe Opsii 

In Tidev AAA dwb 

aak) it woni^ „ j a total of 
7,000 posters, 4,000 bumper irtrips. 

llBmilMt 4he nation, some 4 
mlBlm diMen out of a total of 
46J milliM' im be gaing to 
school lor Ihe M time. Sinpba- 
stzlm M 1(M year 7.4 school 
<U)A^ were Itiiied to <x«ffi£ 
»!ddeaU im rmy IflO.OflO psr- 
sott, the mflUr «||* liMed the 
lotowmg "ScbOm^flfta'' mMy 

1. Local authorities should 
make otein mA oots mOa.j^- 
tksdai^ ^ftoae erountf «tod 
eieas, are cteety isartied wdl be- 



toe tte <9«di« <^idioA 

2. Parento of yoQagian ai^ 
tsMttgllttM Ar tM^nst^ia 
stould fgmttcdae th^oaelv^ 
tttto tiie "«rfM n^le^^hM^": 
attd accompaiqr vltir dfflttih to 
ifNi frwn school lof ^ fizst 
ne^ OT so. 






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WATCH FOR 




3. Motoristii are urged to ob- 
aacve <Smtiy the reduced qpeed 
taiti id aaool, nnes. lb tumy 
dties, tebool adae > ap^ Uoolte 
are removed diuteg tt* wnuner, 
and motorist JwamiBmeii f<»fet 
to observe Um tower Ug^ w1 
1^^ are reared IK 4BA sUS 
^4. MreateHANM «|i|i tteir 
ytiM^erg^to eott^t tf^^ tte 
l^(^ Sale^ ^mia, uma pe9> 
taM«a iad^MoMe «in^ in 
aecideDt preventim. SiMe the 
Patnli were &e0s^SB&i ta tfae 
early 'W.s, the tatoc deatti r^ 
for MMiMie ilyiitom hu b^n 
redhiced t^ SOfts-cm, 
S. ;^|viiH yow chUdr^ to 



BEACH JAYCEES 
IN FIRST MILL 

VIRG1P«A BEACH— Tlie Vir- 
llAift Bndi ^MksI AttMr 
IMar fatMbiA 4^ ImM Ha M 
gmdtiBB To^Klay but there are 
stfll v^anc^ on tia team for 
eiMft pki^n, Ohk^ OarXon Ikm- 
^aakitiAweefc. 

3^i Mof^M in t^yteg Jay- 
vee f oofibsA are asked to turn out 
j^»^ after adnol starts. 

^ C^rtd Moore sft GAS-S^?, 
Jtati^en 9 ail. aiul 6 pjn. 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEV^. 

Thor^jfyrs nm- 

Stablei Stldl 
OpeflslMi^ 

GREAT NEC3C — Gf^ Neck 
StaUes School of tforsemiMtt|>j 
win open its faU mmm^ Xm- 
day idth classes at 3 aiM 4 pjn. 
five d*ys a w^k. &^u%y "vrtll 
be reserved for H^neeMnei^p 
pupils. 

This semerter wiU nm 17 
w^kj ending January ^A %Wi a 
month intermission duift^ Janu- 
ary f(»- ted weatiier and eiMm. 

The Spring %nMi^r wIH l^ut 
FAruuy 3rd and rm #HnM^ 
]|fa^2tth. 

Mis. Gerry M. Aditoft tnd 
1^ asi^ant, Miss l^u^aret Elm- 
€Xi^xtt, have planned a con^teto 
prc^ram in forward %at riding, 
tiaU work, gymUiann^, prepara- 
Mf tax hunting e^rcises, a 
i^ol horse slraw m each wmt- 
e^er and nwre sKlvaiMed indents 
wiB ride on ^t^ show (Hm and 
fox hunt 

Ramy day xasam <m itmay, 
cart of the hor^ ^mSn awl etc. 
wM be scor^ fiv ma m&*& rat- 
ing at graduartl^ tee. Ckoes 
wiU be sep«r^d to fit tte tevel 
of ^h pupfl. 



TWO-RAIL RUI^C mm 




Ne . . , 
laiagw k mgti 0m 
to iiistaa Fidl 



Nota tmw fiM^M^ iMi taw* 
takti tt« MMfve^ Uf aai «•«■ 
tcrralB ai^Mtfy mcoU*^ 

MTISTK: — CMJRAU.E 

fct Mi ^f-Ufe ieace. tlie 
k«i«tifiil It WcMaes. Wmj 
iinrBbhed* 



BftJL MACDONALDS 

bironk:k ROAd 

Va. Beaeh Unhir & Supply Co. 

iMiriMr mmI Myw^nl art to ^e" 



CA 8*2981 



OP»l ^TUi»AY$ - AU DAY 
HARDWARE— BUILDINQ MATERIALS 



(SOS the ^TMi only at comen 
wh@« tNy wffi be psoteoted by 
«»ffie 1^9^ mi iihe Sa(^ Pa- 
tools. • 

e. Prtw your yo m ^s ilp to 
and from adbol <«dy if i^iidute- 
li tumm y- J^l^ tba t^ fiA 
^ri§ «M can iMitfi yoaa- eUctow 
^f-reUance. 

7. IW^never possible, po^ 
rkies with neitf*ora to Teda<» 
traffic cong^ion arcwiMl schools. 

8. Do not dotaUe park in ttw 
Khool zowB. TIjIs creiAM an acd- 
dent hazard «id prevento tiie 
orderly moveowU'of teaffic. 

9. Advise your children to 
avoid pteying in tiie street Most 
iKjlMfito provide safe ptaygr<Hind 
ar^is with adult aiperv^km. 

10. Ca^fully observe fte lawi 
govenung s<^k>o1 bi»es. 

Tl» "ndtiM!^ Aitomobite A» 
socis^n M^aitaed th^ the im- 
jor ^teBuHaS^ int diM mid^ 
in tra^ r^ ■sMi U^ motoiaL 

'*A playing cihiM •pomiemim aft 
un<anny abil^ to conceirti^te <^ 
the ta^ at hand. He bi@ liiile 
tiiTO to mii^ toi approadiing 
cars. It is tiie Job of aie adiOt 
mstotial to rmain fdert Tlie 
[*$ life you save couki be your 
cAri) sfeSS. 




OIL BUMBtS ADJ08TCB 

CMiprelieB^fe borMr s^vice eoalrad 

Mf en mtd ckeek-np mi aljMtwrt 

|M 9ikx eost-stfiif siTTie^ 



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a^tn^ l^tinf ^^MpN. And 
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fm goM ^^^^— to help 
five ^11 nu^Mttl iKat bom. 
evety g^lk» eCft^ 

it t^ gOAv^ tttts timi- 
bles h^re ttey ma b^i^me 



big on^. A small adjustment 
c^" re^ir in ytnir teilii^ sys- 
tem now may sa^ ymi many 
dolfattf lator ott. 

3* By umri^ you apilut 
i^expakrt'nflRr bttte -^ ^ 
helping to ftatia^ you s^ain^ 
1^ inA^rui^km. 

For oott^^ ^aBs about 
our burner Kivii^ &mtiasX&-~ 
wd about our m^^cAer 
MTvk^— <»a us wlt^WMm 
nwnb« bekw. 



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SCHOOL OPENS TODAY TWRSMY 





BE CAREFUL - 
BE CAUTIOUS! 








TODAY MORE THAN . . . 



29,000 STUDENTS IN VIRGINIA BEACH 



RETIHW OR START TO SCHOOL 



WE MAKE AN UIKimt APPEAL TO EVBtY DRIVei TO KEEP THE KIDS IN MIND BY KW^WING AND NACTICINO 
THE ABCS OrS4PE IMIIVtN6 AT AU TIMES. YOU CAN PREVENT DISASTER BY WATCHINO OUT FOR CHILORm 
N^R SCHOOLS. AS THE YOUNGSTERS HEAD TO CLASS. SAFE DRIVING IS ESPECIALLY IMUNMTANT IN SCHOOL 
ZONES. BUT REMEMBBI, ON ANY STREET, THKE MAY BE CHILDREN ON THE WAY TO, OR, mm SCHOCH, OR 
AT PUY. 

DO YOUR PART lY MAKING EVKY DAY, SAFE.DRIVIN&4>AY. ABOVE ALL, BmCT TM MM99KT»N 
AS A FURTHER REMINDER, WE mOi YOU TO BE SAFE AND NOT SORRY - BE ALWAYS READY TO 

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Y1RG11NIA BEACH SUN -NEWS 



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VitGlNI^ BlAOi VIRGINIA, hHU^JAY^ ^TB^m 5, 1963 



Vmwm 



tioneaoine? You. don't ^m to 
be in VirginU Beacbf Tbm «ra 
deadly folki all about ym.l^y 
m9 IbMl you, but-^you on IM 
tt»m qoiclnir, if you join ^ toin 
wilh, or iom together. 

The eaaieet and beat pboe to 
ilait is with your church. Chu^ 
«a of every* denomlBatlffiB h»re 
^•eitl at^ froupa l«>atete, 
miM ffoaiM Atf f Ai«^^, Mi 
^BttalA 0wi^ t(K good deelfa. 
Ywi m^ Mi be sure ef wiMt ym 
on «r iNflt to do, bNt tere ii 
%4ia« 9M «e AM^. A ifura 
«^^wm awaits yw.&» ym ftu- 

0iiyt 

'^ Your own nelgUMbottl k inw 
ii^ tttOe vforid iiMdi yw 
to keep friendly, ctem, uid 
^. Your ne^ri^ want Sie 
Aing; tiwt ^ wby Gifie 
., lei were fonned. tf you 
iviQf)( yst atitended t OM^bi. 
pllH^to quke tiw n^oM a&id* 
uM. N4ft only will yw «eel the 

goto who Uve ne* you, ym 
aiko find etimidatlai idea* 
IgoiMraviiic the a2ta, iwar nw- 
probtoma diaound, fet en. 
awera to aooie of your queatlona, 

liood--doo*t l*ave the tmksi of 
«tring ibout it up to only a few. 




FIVE siyiooLS mi be 

ON SPLIT SCHEIE 



VmmiA BEAOt-rOnty five 
V^ginla Bnti^ m1m# wifl OfW- 

^M todi^ ^pte ttt Ja^»t «k- 

e^a puMic a^mli. 

And even tte afdJt lOi^ wiB be 
mitieA to^i^ and eeoind grete 
atu^to^, 

TtM fiw stills {^Mating on 
Ms «plK adMule «« B^^te, 
KMap0vtte ^nMrtu^r, ^en^h 
viUe Meadows, ^Kon Park and 
WoodiAidL Abnat 1,S00 youn^ 
Mm'^fM be ta^ved. 

The ^ atuiber of Vii^nte 
BewA ^:^e ikbMle hiaa bem 
brou^t to ^ «Mi ttie opisa^ 
of two i»w ditteBt^ sdK»ls— 
TrarMwood mi hymAaym-4im 
teim. ' 

mcae ^Qutt 29,000 t^un^^ers 
«re eivee^ to ettreU today end 




iti 'Uq u«ms 



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if poUttoa faacinito ^ and you 
woidd Uke a cleM«r {Mtare of 
iw iDvanung offtsiaki ead IMr 
llM titere «re the tt^gm of 
Women VMen, 4he JS^nit^san 
WoDoaolk Ch^ omI ^ Deno* 
jf«|ic H^NBBtn'a CUb. ISMy «» 
4W90 looidng for meinben wbo 
«fe itnoera in tbeir d^o to m- 
Auire knowledge and who ^ 
woric baitl for cttdklailiei of Ihetar 
choice, and to bring abeol l^lato- 
tton tiMft te of boarilt to A Next 

ttne you go to the p<^ to ^ 
i iMe ym ^ taeiv ^m «») 

#al end who yott sre epprovi]^ 

or di^qfooving- 

Depeadraiti of aaryice peaon- 
ai^ oftm sTrMv ' bewS^red and 

filQiKMie; tbe Of&%n Wives 
OliAa, the Navy mfwa Qubs, the 
1^1^ fltond fM^ to tidu eK« 
|[ IhiMr own". Wbee you beeome 
i Dwcfeer of «iy ol ^k fine 
(labs, ymi can retimi tbe &Mra 
nUeh wen ext^M io 3«tt in 
your time of need . . . 

Perbaja y<M are cr^tive «d 
need a chance to o^fesa yaff- 
il; the iMB Theeti» msi^ 
jwr stt^ort. Writers, painters, 
iMu^nrata^ and paiRns m 
m thinly aot^ after a^ ^• 
ly acoqtod. You <ton't have to be 
p^eaJonal ... just wlBing! 

Soswtiinea tf you <te*« is a 
^anoe to #|t away from it an. . . 
M «^ i»w atoaut bwrtmg? 
LN^ues »« f^n^^ irtght now 
Ibr ov^y bra^iniMe group. 
Ctot gat a babyrtJter? Tai» tiie 
mt am n^ ytti— fW nuraey 
^ is pwrtded. ^tot knowing 
^w M ym txeam; l^aooa are 
iv^ free, too. itoni^ a«w^ 
iiwis, and nt^Mtfaie ^mps ^ 
§IPB«-; ^mh^, <W, a^dlji^, 
iMt, 4^8, nwtt, w«Wn, ^rtples 
...ewybo^ bowls! "KiuiKlerWrd, 
Has, uid ftq^de aH cata: to 
^mm^,W9 to ... and pod 
mm^, too! 

Th ftt e axe Just a few. You am 
m a <^wteto Mat at tbe C^n^ 
^ of CMn^tee. f!^ tave 
aevod to tbe ^feaikwd buiU- 

or ^m may wmA to tona oM^ or 
mAtm ym ^mmiss H Mm to 
mrnft mrr iifr i^^** ** ^ *^ 
AmA it tew^ fliia ootaM. 

iyte ai. you an aKO&g 



350 Expected 
At Baylake 
fines SchMl 

BA^M^^Aboot %0 stadeoU 
aitite^ed danes ett Hoe Si^lake 
Pin^ I^Mergartcn and Ckawto 
Scboti «t opening <^, llw^kv, 
Septmiier 3. 

The tOnA k c^erated \ry R^. 
SbiMff BiwMnei «id. Us wite« 
Mrs. Margarel Boaaeisnan. It is 
k>catod at 100 Tittaatire kland Dr. 
Bayli|)MjiSiaas.' 

Tlie.a«M4ii»e it aUAfly hltfi' 
er tills year, the uauatl eooidende 
^Jiy^lll^j^Mi to fD 
HRd^l^WPVHwgtften diaat 
whidi wiU be taugfai this year. 
It was instKirted because of an 
increased demand for schooling 
f «rlbe 5 and 6 year groap. 

1^ tdbofA hM (dsfOM ltow)0i 
&^ mi gra(k and neirt year ft 
vM bave IN W& grwte. 

The aciwol bas a staff of ^ 
iea(^e3«. 

Country Day 
Opens Monday 

VTOGWIA BEACH — OwiBtry 
Day Sdwol for Girls will hold an 
ortei^atiott lor new ata^elts Fri- 
^ am! ckuB«i win <^pen to the 
«Mre stodei^ body Monday. 

MimA 1^ girls are tmsSei 
tius year. Tte nomud t/^t&oAmx 
in {^ years hi» been ri>out 1^. 

Ttw sdM>ol is located at 364fi 
'l^reet and Atlantic Avenue and 
has classes from ^ 6th thr<High 
12tti graites. Mrs. <!aiarles U. Lov* 
M^ fa^Kbnisti^ss. 

Country Itey and Norfolk Acad- 
emy are pknning a new campus 
and fadUt^ n^u* the ^e of pnh 
posed Virginia Wesieyan Coli^ 
on tl» Norfdk - Vir^nia B«di 
city iii»s. X fund-raising cam- 
]»^ will get underway tMs tall. 



this number may aweU to m,(M 
within the next few weeki. tUs 
is an increase of Meily 3,000 ovm 
last year's enroUmMt. 

Even though mim^ wiH be 
involved ia their \my ro^li^ 
Ok Virgblia BeaA S^ool Board 
will continue construction 
throughout the city in, an effort 
to keep classroom fi»^' abreast 
wUh the rapidly Iwa^aiteg pofw* 
latkm. 

A 19^daMimwi 3-iH^ acklttion 
to Virgnia Beach High Sdiool 
mi sEfM^iOtt of the cirf^ite 
tiina is iipM un^rwi^ aiKl %ho<d 
oftetote^ It.wtt be completed 
1^ mM-lite}. 

An t^l^m to IMia ISemen- 
tary to^^^t^ ^aM^letion and 
will p#i^ ^ iwfy for m- 
d£^ i^iin ^ wedL 

iteMi^is to BeMie r. WiUkais 
and Wood^idc Schttds af« dso 
wdl underiw and sitould bt 
comi^^tod by mkl4@m 

FRIENDS SCHOOL 
OfENim MONDAY 

VIRGWIA BEAOT — The 
Friends S^krf will open Mon- 
day with a near-cap^it/ enrcA- 
m^ ^ CNpyty vacan»M b^ 
m^,M «|if "^ pades. 

SttoHm^ h m^e&sA to be 
b^i^ra 18(^1^ sbMteMs, a 
sizeable increase owr taot y^i 
enronmest 

lliiBjadMol, kwaftad m Uudds 
Rood near Linkhom PafkSelMcii 
fias classes from kMmatm 
throu^ the seventh paos. K^ 
R(M: ?«ftipii \>t pFtacipal. 

SUNNYftROOK DAY 
SCHOOL RE-fENINC 

, tYWWAJVEN— Suiuijybrook 
t>M Scho<ri will (n^en iU doms 
tocby to rtKMt 200 younpters 
enrblted few the 'nura«y ' schocrf 
4vough A? second grade. 

Ine sdKwi, located across 
yirgkiia Be»:h Boulevud fitm 
Princes AnAe Plaza Sh(^ping 
Onter, held (M»n hoisc Tuesday 
md Wediwway from 6:30 to 
9:30 p.m. so diM patent^ and 
students could m^t the teach- 
ers. 

CLUB COIPLETES 
SHimER PROCRAM 

VmOINIA ^ACH— The Ci^ 
Henry Ckib in the Americana 
Motor Lodge Ims concluded its 
wnxner sdie<bile accept for, a 
few apedal avails iforfaig 6ep- 

Dancing to the Nev^n lliomas 
Tm will be told tfa^ Sa^uday 
and Sept. 14 from 10 p.ni. to 1 

AM. 

Itte bar wUl be open daily, ex- 
cept MoiKbiys, at 6 pjn. 



NpMIn 



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tNNiHTiMi 

^SmaH 
VirfMs laadi NIfh Sdwel 



(^to r^mtly tto ,aiecutive 
cmmeai of Yirginia Bendi i^ 
^tod im to discuss both tento- 
tive m^ d^ilto pkms for to 
foHl^MS Kltod ye». ABe^ a 
three hour i^^m it was ^^d 
that an hwior code AouW be a»- 
irfed md ^arated to to student 
bocfy-^Ureoti^ alt^ to opening of 
seted. The ehaUnnen oi to 
standiag ««iinittees for to 
ixmeem^ynsK appoint, ai^ 
M was deci^d tot to current 
scbod rukai siMmU be rei^wed 
and if necessary, revised. Several 
post's an being created by a 
taknted young aitist, Ri(3iard %- 
qtt^ wU^ are aimed at ii^lr- 
iag deMdtoess in ^le i^wly ex- 
pended school cafeteria. K was 
also proposed thM an akemating 
seat itmU be aloted on to 
SjCA counca lor tos most out- 
handing chib of each semper. 
tMs seat wyi be fint givm to to 
Jon^ avttm. A most ^b^ox^bxA 
twaetim of to S.C.A. has in paA 
jneaii bem aomewtaat staioated; 
however, to InterCUb Owaeil 
uMter Ibe leader^p of Barto- 
b^ it fanned to bee<AM co- 
<»dinMld^^ng tiie fcfftoomii^ 
yaw. Tbi S.C.A. ol Virginia 
Beach High School plans an a(^e 
agenda tor both Kself and its sto- 
dent body in Mi 1M$«4 seaskm. 

GnrM^ «btt^ High GdbwA 
has basn giving Oceanology 
oounes fbra voysdito^sraop^ 
stads ato 'tMs gnMp of SO b^g 
chosen from aspUontt all ov^ 
tlM mte of witfak. Professor 
HumoM, dirsetar of ^iiio oaone, 
is during to regular sctaDol year 




Knoits Island 




FERRYBOAT SERVES 
its SCHOOL BUS 



ftatflM W. Hnsim, f^et Mi^ne 
INsm, AttHtic, iito rWwd wn- 
buih and fbsriUy bki ttfe in as- 
dsting pfdlce in tn^Ung doim 
toee robbery si^pws^ (^ ivfy 
18, \m been coim^nded, by tt* 



Duke UhhwrsKy. He reoeiitlrb»' 
vMed Bart Tbeberg» a stadent of 
Vii|^ Beach m0K Scbod to 
ra^mi «^ ^ to Ouib^'s \i^mr 
tory. Bait roonwd tto% f<^ &» 
week while sindyii^ ooeas<dogy 
toetantquas •M^ikA be one day 
plans <o use blms^. 

A new^ib bas recmlly been 
formed at WjSliua BeMh Hi#i 
Sduol under to ^nsorahip of 
Vtigtaia Bei^ Wbed Oub. Tlie 
iK^-rat diiA <»n«sts of about 
4D dMBter BMotora— to tempo- 
my presld«rt bdi« Paul <te Witt. 
A mating will be Md early m 
Seplei^}^ to eteot new nMSmbers 
and of fl^rs for to fortlK»ming 
y«*- ^ 



"MEET TEACHER" 
DAYATEfEIETT 

UNKHORN PARK — 
Wednesday was "meet the teach- 
er" day at Sver^ Sdiool as to 
school opened its 1963-64 terms. 

Enrcrfbnsnt was expected to 
reach 170 m cltases tot start 
with Uadeigart^ and run 
through to s»th gracfe. 

Mrs. Aftor Jordan is head- 
mi^rcM ol to private school lo- 
cated "otk CavaHer Drive in Link- 
hom ftirk. 




On board to "Knotts Island." (Baldwin Photo) 



Merit Award 
Givin Mofine 



dews Writing 
Covru Offorli 

V 

BylennStaH 



•ttiA t^ |# MMkm ceounaodnr. 
Cpt ^bmsen was awarded a 
'ItoiMlODS Ibtst" for his part 
in tiie seaitdi and eveitual arr^ 
<^ to msp&:i» by to Acting 
Battiflkm ^Bunander^ UiBtenanit 
(kkaae^i. M. Van Meba*, August 

2S; 

<M HMis^n's cUalion read: 
Wl^ an ttSbij^ at the Bat- 
talion Field Traiim^ School, 
Camp Pendleton, Vir^nki Be»:h, 
Virginia, Cpl. Hcsi^ ani^d the 
Virginia Beach Police in attempt- 
ing to 'tr«!k toee unidaitified 
felons who bad beaten and 
roi^jed a taxicab driver during 
to early nwming houn of July 
18, 196». 

For sevend hours, Cpl. Ha)S(m 
assisted to police but to no avail. 
However, he personal^ recovered 
very pertinent evi<to>ce pertain- 
ing to to case; evidence that wiU 
be used m laoseoiting tlMse in- 
dividuids who bav^ ^nce b^n 
arrested and are now awaiting 
triM. During this pa'tod of duress 
Cpl. Hei^on risked lonbu^ and 
po^bly his life. 

Henson, a ! field training in- 
^TU<^or, bec«ne involved in to 
incid^ wh^ to taxicab driver 
entered to can^ seeking assi;^- 
anoe ^ft^own^ the rcribbery. 

"Hie «m of Mr, and Mrs. George 
W. Ifenson lie heuii served in the 
Atoine Ckups for thr^ years. 



I^rVISSlTY PARK, Pa.— Ev- 
erybody want; to be a bettor re- 
jMer «l Mi«ii.«M4i|^ 
tot ^y to The ^wl^ipatda 
Steto University correspdidence 
course office, because more ton 
7,000 have taken their course in 
i^ws wrking by mail 

News writing a c(Njrse of ten 
l^sons, was preiMired i»riiQaifly 
for those who repeat activities of 
their stools, clubs, churches, and 
or^nia^om to weekly aiMi daify 
newspapera. Some editors have 
also used to course to instruct 
ithdr staff m^itors and corre- 
spond^its. 

Included in to course are les- 
sions on editing C(^y, nev^pd^ 
styte, taking «Knirate notes, basic 
Engli^ gnanunar, etc. ft ako has 
a glossary of terms used in to 
newspaper profession. Aufltor of 
to CMirse is Harold Fox, veterui 
nev«^q>er editor and form news 
writer, now Extension Press Ed- 
itor ?t Penn State. 

Anyone can get &v& ccHnptete 
course, inchiding po^ge, and ex- 
pert craTe<^on airf grading of 
lesson papers by sending |2.S0 to 
Correspondence Courses, .^rieuJ- 
tural Education 'Guiding, The 
Pennsylvania State Urnvwal^, 
University Park, Pa. MalM ^ledDS 
payable to The Pennsyhante Sti^ 
University. 



BY BOB BALDWIN 

^OTTS ISLAND — The 
wc^rldls moiA unusual sehoolbus 
began ferrying student from this 
i^and conununity to toir classes 
<m to rpp(»ito ade of Oirrituck 
Sound ^m week. 

The h-foot ferryboat, "Knotts 
Island", in its second year of serv- 
ice, provictes a tran^Kntatiwi link 
between to island vai Curti- 
tucii. WiUiout the ferry «rvice, 
?2 school-duhiren, the sons and 

dMighters Of to isboid's N<xth 
Carolina residents would have to 
tiavel about an hour by sehoolbus 
to their classes in Currituck. 

Linked to to iNorth C^urolina 
mainland by a causeway and 
^nKkUing the Virginia • Carolina 
state Une, Knotts <lsland is scane- 
Whst ge<^aphicaily isolated from 
ik neighboring communities in 
both stat^. 

About 10 per cent of its area 
lies within tiie city limito ol Vir- 
ginia Beach. The remainder is 
bdow to N<8^ Carolina line. 

Onty to Nortii Carolinian <M- 
drea have to enviable ofpectoi- 
^ of going to scbotf by b^. 
1^ Viq^niiLr^deirts smd tlieh^ 
^l^iknm¥i ictool ^ Q^pedir to 

%m. in 19^ byj th* Wilson 
Sh^;^^ m wmpton, Oela- 
ware, to ferry sait«s {vknarUy 
» a scI^oSms. V^Jevertheicia ^is 
to most ^vfR^ettt msMift of 

tern 

to county «Nt at 

I^Hirists an^ TIdewMer red- 
dents out f(ff a i^asure drive, 
ejq)ecially during to ainuner 
monto, find to boat trip a re- 
fresliing escape from the mi%ries 
Of hl^wajMtravel. 

The "Kn(ri)ts Island" is one of 
Ikir »i(A f^ties <^)erated free of 
chiofe by to North Cartdina 
Sate Hig^ws^ C<»nmMBton to 
spaa'soQie of to waaenxm bdets 
and bays that penetrate the coast- 
al region. 

Aecordii4S to her ciqitaln, Ralph 
Sears <A Grandy, N. C. to 
"£notts Uand" has a f(Nir-foot 
draft, enabling her to nav^te 
to shoal wate^ of (Xurrituck 
SmoA wtthoirt much dlMouMy. 

Hoover, durii^ the winter 
monto he sa^ it is not uncom- 
mon for a northern wnd to ^It 
water to ^le smith, leaving tess 
water in Curritock Sx»xsA than 



SCHOOL 



PRINaPAL 



TELEPHONE NO. 



Lyn^a^mi EtaMOtuy Ss^nl, toaAed in Mncen Anne Baa, » to mea$A 
iAxxA to be combed k imm lor to ^i^u of sdMxil today. The otor acteoi k Ti 
kxated nM off OrM Ifeek Road. Stewwt Ctoplam fa princyal << Ly mh a wa ; Mrs. 
Dinon ii DtincteM of Traut<n>i)d : 




Aragona 

Bayside 

Court House 

Cox High 

Creeds 

John B. Dey 

Kempsville Elementary 

Kem(»viHe Jr. ffigh 

KempvUle Meadows 

King s Grant 

Keilam High 

Linkhom Park 

Luxford 

Lynnhaven 

Malibu 

Pembroke 

Princess hmm Hi^ 

Prtocess Anne Pla:» 

Seaboaid 

Seatack 

Shelton Park 

Thalia 

Thorou^good 

tiantwood 

Unicm KenpsviUe High 

Vii«iMa B^di H^ 

wan^ . 

Woc<ktodc 

W.T. Cooke 



James Darden Jr. 497-0462 
Mrs. Hortense Parkerson 464-3906 

Mrs. Ruth E. Cote 1-426-3034 

Walter Carroll 464-5605 

Mrs. Bessie Bell 1-426-3476 

Bruce McGuire 464-4045 

Robert Stenzhom 497-1563 

N. W. Morris 497-8940 

Mrs. Josephine Charles 497-1311 

Mrs. Anne Lindsey 341-5131 

Jefferson Davis 1-426-2166 

Gordon Baskin 428-7051 

W. V. Pendteton 497-4690 

Stewart Chaplam N<«e Lfatcd 

Mrs. Ruth Brieves 341-1098 

E. L. land 497-7511 

J. Warren Litd^on 497-3511 

Mrs. Mable Church 341-4863 

Mre. Leliah HoUoman 1-426-3161 

Mary Lucille JohnsMi 428-2912 

Miss Patrfcia King 464-3811 

H. O. Copley 341-5151 

Grant J. Smith 464-3616 

Mis. W. G. Bryson 340-8088 

G. V. Boykins 497-0465 

James M. Hehnn 428-76S5 
Mrs. Lwreaui Sean Ardu^ ^7-8051 

Grey CasseD 497-^708 

Mrs. Emily Psute 428-76SS 



the bwit needs in order to (^er- 
late. ■ ' 

I Ihe^ low 'Sirind tides" •can be 
expected to stop ferry ofonticffls 
for about a month during the wiq^ 
ter. Sears sakl. 

Crossing time for tls» ^nry Is 
approxknately 45 mln0te». Tiwt- 
ing to winter to ferry nBl oper- 
ate five round trips a da;^. 

The boat was desi^iedfihy ffe- 
vid Architect Harry W. Keelmg, 
Jr. and will carry seven automo- 
W^. Sie is 71 feet in lei^ with 
a ^foot beam and is powered by 
twin diesel engines wi^ a com- 
bined 450 horsepower. 

Winter schedule for to tr^ ia 
as follows: 

Leave Currtoick at 6:30, 8:30 
sai 10:30 ain. and at 12:^ Md 
3:30 pjn. 

Leave Knotts Island at 7r90, 
9:30, 11:^ a.m. and at 1:30 and 
4:30 p.n). 



Jaycees Take 
Over Local 
Mo For Day 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Radio 
Staticm WBOF sounded different 
SuncUkv as members <rf the Vir- 
pnui Be»A Juaior Oiamber o( 

ftieiHties for a day that included 
some witty ad-liMjins, oiriy a 
few go<rfs and a well-plBiui«l 
public presenutKM oi to JaycM 
program. 

It was aH part of to Jaycee 
Ratfjio Day proj«:t. From early 
morning until dark to Jay<^^ 
manned to microptemes and 
tum-t^MS, i»eparea and rsiid 
advertising co;^ imd told Isten- 
en abcHTt, Aeir <MrganizaticM. 

In live intervbwa betwaa 
diapter |»esideM J. I^|«*w 
Bryant and Jaycee members, 
many of to wganizatiOTs jao- 
jects were explained. 

Througbout to day. mem- 
bers and toir wives dropped by 
to say hello and stayed to re^ 
a commercial or two. 

WBOF's general nraiaKr, BHl 
Gaspar, a Jaycee himself, com- 
plimented his fellow iaycees on a 
job "well dcMie" ^ile nervwis- 
iy k^ping an eye out for a visit 
from the FOC. 




Jajcee PresMent J. i^t^r Bryant ii^rviews Flofa Ha}m^ 
Preskteit of to Viigiiiia Bnch Jaycettes, (hiriqg Jaycee Si^ 
I^y. 



\^rginia Beadh SUN-NEV^ 
Thursctey, S^. 5, 1963 

ftevivai Services 
To Start Seyt 9 




HII1.TW— A msia of e^at- 
t^^ sscmm yM b^n at llnl 

^kaM ^mi^y^^Bii Beidi, m 
Se^mta^. Ite serftots wtt 
ta0B at ?:dO ^cb eww- Tb^ 
«a OQlinie Itewig^ &aidiv, 

Ot. C. Sfm^^m n»diell, pes- 
to- of Bt^uM Sipttfll 0M^, 
Ommm^ inriUt,^<ttl be 

«» iKxra 1^ IMMI^ tm » 
euved Us wfaeatton at ^ IM- 
wtritr of Stei^Hee, mA at 
So^wn atptiflt SMttMnr. F^ 
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nidilf teovn m Va^am, mi & 
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rAim lAFivr camcat 

»18 ¥i. Bcaek ttnL, mxMk, Va. 

n«« ML fMi%~ 
9:45 BJB.— &tadtai 

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f:30 



csACB nwnoum cnnKS 

a«a N«ek at Mtop 

iMft 

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IMO MM-^aoad^ MmoI 
11:00 MOr-^ni^ WmMp 



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l&tf Km. 
1501 ttn Arte* D^. 

7^ ma, »^, ti.-oe 

12:13 iwa. 
HWr I>vs> t.M. 9:30 «^b. mt ft30 

J>.IB. 

C^ideatoBL 4:00 to •.-00 siMl 7:00 

to MO pm. SM«p^ 
Wedeitey If an. 8 ». m. 

SUMMER SCHEDULE 

Now tbre Ubor t^, uadw Maai, 
6. 7. 8. 9:30 wd It A.m. aeA 12:15 
p.m. Dg^ Maw. 8:45 a^n. 



lAlB^a i| Kiyff BP C WMtB H 

rWO VmiiiM HbBfe ItoaS 
Fiator-JuMf V. D« Fm 

8:30 ft 11:00 AJkf.— WonUp 

SlrvteB 
Sund^ SciiMl~9:20 & 10:10 
8:0U PJf .— fiveoiat Senrice 



auficeadi ewei^g taaa 
kmik planMd by Mit lDkb«I 
Soanuan, ^hnrcb chotf diractor. 
OMgregitlCHial angtiig win be uo- 
^brUie direotioR of <Riy aioniflan, 
of Ken^aville Baptist Ciiurch. 
^ MaUa. iMftttowB to fte 



fiw^aM^atftefpMO, im 
^QF ^ tte ss^^. He it frem 

'm^ m$m omdi, rtaic*. 

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snh is tiw Biir tefl^b« reeraliy 

RMt 0sta«A. Bev. €l«Sfe T. 
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Of btef ^t 
To VdtooiM 

lib Pi^to^ l»8 ^ autlicB'- 
lari tlie Vffymm Aitt^an^trafioi 
to b^n «|«alxn ^ Aciitiei 
ai:d be& to &ge to- 200 musbig 

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prilfHite aaoBaat iar one tilird «f 
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tlMQK nuriee i» tba bulk of the 
>eiit4enB paoent load. He aaid 
:liat maBy beve xaaebad maxi- 
nmm im 'oafito but cvmat 

\m ifeac leir eenmuiiMias 

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9:30 A.M.'-Saiidiv 
11:00 A.M.-CbriA Snvln 
8:00 P.M.— WedMMl^ Servlea 

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Smr. T. M. 

9:30 un.— CbuNh 
11:00 •JD^MotniBi ^taoh^ 
7:30 p JD.— -Evcoii^; WoA^ 



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IIKW •JB.-~lfotitim| WemUo. 
7:30 pm.-4>m^^rf^ 



■AraBrovBOi 
ALviM s t^cJM m, wAsnm 

^45 iMa.— >Cbapdli Sebool, 
11:00 a^n.— MoRHnf WxOip, 

mmM ■ArasT church 

Oouitof Vli^^M 

OfconraHriUMtf ft UtovMI Or. 

Sev. D«^ MoenufMet 

9:45 ttjm^-4kaiiim SAo(4 
11^ a^ Mnwili» W0r^ 
7-.45 p.m Pwiiriin WonMp 

n.Mmmw^krasi cmsmm 

Oowt 




IMOAJi^ 

11:00 

MO P JL— ft.t.V. 

7K» P-IL— S««pfli« WanU|k 



Mo new ooastniotiaii was au- 
1. Ilie VA if to ooiwwt 
kcflMas to grin aj^ail- 
eaoe in the agfratinn «f beds to* 

ami but iHb WwWfr #l w itt wH . 

ieHlala is aUoeated dbeut 50 

"'- ■''••^ bads, 4tea will be 

i iiBi aae a in bads for 

* eases with a higbsr patiflBt 

naaaa vist my oifiot on any 
Man at pcoMam ti^ndim ban- 
elltB tor vatenuB and dMrir sur- 
vhtore. 





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SI*. MAnmro 
cathmk: church 

Ya. BcMh. Va. 
^^3a. 9^, 1^38 ft 
ttNeaa. 
CofAaaiOB eadi Srturday 4:00 p«B. 
to 5.-00 PA. and 7K)0 p.ia. to 
8:00 ^.m. 
raAnr ^Hara nd FiAw^ fkAnr 
PboDe KI 5-9333 

rBUjsmmm mjurngt cBOtcm 

419 Otagrodc Rmd. No^tctt 2, Va. 
Rav. CkHlit T. HMfctPtf, FiHtor 

9:45 ajB.— <^mh SdtooL 
ll:(K) a-OL — Mtankig Wonfaip. 

7:30 PA.— 'EvMfas Wonl^. 

KALA CHURCH OF OOtST 

Back Bay. Va. 
G«a BwinB, Mli lilii 
10:00 A.Kf.— BNde School 
11:00 AM.~4dWBbg WtmUo 
7:30 PJd.-^i(aai« ^^^0^19 



CSURCH OF cHsmr 

621 Va. Bead) Blvd.. Oceaaa. Va. 
iMMtW. Mlidlii. Mbdrtag 
10:00 aJB.— Bible Stoif 
11:00 aon. — ^MomtiM Worriito 
AM p.flL EveoEigWefriiip 



LYN NHAV EN COLONY 

UNTTEi^ CBURm 
Om9e«i^oa# Chi^tiae 
Onai Neck R«ad near 
Ra*. Ban. Nahna, 
9:45 ajo.— Sunday Sciiod 
11:00 SA.— Mcmdng Wonfa^. 



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DIAMOND SnON&t 
CnUVriAN CHURCH 

M^pfaa of duttt 
6700 WTHKlaa Road 
Itau- Little OtiriL I^xy 
G. DbvM SacevM, Ptotor 
8:45 A.M.~Wonrii^ Smice 
9:45 AM,->-BoBdKf School 
turn A.U.— Wofri# Serviaa 
«:30 PJd^Yoirti Ctooapa 









7120 ICnaptvflle Roiid 
A. D. BlBBBf. ftwtor 
9:45 A.M.— Madw Sebool 
11:00 A.M.— ktora^ WonUp 
8:00 P.M.— Eveens Wbn^ 



BAYffiW CHmriAN GSUMS 

(Coi^r^ptfeaal) 

Shore Drive and Oreenwrfl Road 

Earf L. Famn, MWatar 

9;«$ A.M.— Woi^iip Servioe. 
9:45 AJ4.— SoBdqr SdbaoL 
11:00 A.M.— Wordiip Semoa 

iMOnmY OP GOD 

Vtqiaia Beadi Bmilevanl 
BmI Laae — Qp ffma 
Rav« SaMMv D. BcBaF) Af. 
9:41 a.in.— dwitdi Scbocri. 
UM a.n.— Mon^ WonMp. 
i-M |}.iB.E«ii^icdc Servtoa. 



LUrairaAN CHURCH 

10100 Virg^ Baacb Boulfiard 

(Terapoiwy Wai^4» Oemr) 

KcHMfh A. Friea, P^^r 

9:15 a.iB.— Cbondi leboel 
10:30 a.m.— V^nfe^ Sentoa. 
(Nuneiy &» p ie4^o<< Afldna 
dai{iV«ord%) 



Lui'HCRAff cnmcBt 

01 «ba Good 

Atetfie aed 
RcT. Mai D. 

8:30 A.M.— Monritt^iisa^ 
9:45 AJM^-OiDTdL Wibel a4d 

Adnlk ^ Outm 
11:00 / Mv— Morob« Woiddp 




8:30* ft II AM.*'^Wuitldp Sorwbi 
9:«f^^ AJi^-^Baad^r Siebool 



■ar* mnaa A. l^Mi^ Ir. 
10«l aA.-.CfaaaA ^tooi 
tms aA.— M e^t yawMp. 

Fkfaceaa Aaia^Viiitfaia 
Rev. Unpft ft Amm 
jftOO «j».^>^iairtKy^ai*i» 
n dirtm riiiiTiti Trihoiil 
709 pA.t-'YeBti I^eMwriiip 



Lun^RAN cmnKs 

8:30 A:M.— l^lorat^lMe 
9:45 A.H>— CoBicb Stflool 
I1.-00 A.lf.— WoiaUp atMsm 



rsmcr, ov race 

LU1HERAN CRUPCH 

^Afbaooft SfDOdO 

m^n* 0m SJaBCV a>iCiUipr 

Mec^i^ at M<^^ School 
9:15 aA,-~Si»cby Sebool and 

mte Oass. 
10:30 a.ia^^-4}ivtoe WenMp 
HMy CeapDiiMian— let rad 
Suud^. 



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MTIi^HV CBHRCa 

307-18tti SMNt 
REV. BEVKHLY flLTY 

8:30 aA.— Wonfaip Service Summer 

»toiJha ^^ 
9:45 aAU^^Kunil 8 d a>ol 

11:00 a.fl).— Wonlilp Sendoa 



BBTOH. (METttO^Wt CHURCH 
^ Qae* 
Ram C. 8q*r, PMtof 
10:00 AJil— Momhw Wcniito 
11K» A.M.— anrcii ScImmI 



flAZA MKIUtMNBl' CBUBXX 

Meeteir at 1%a» ^hari 
lORBERT G. m>»B8. Paator 
9:45 A.M.— Momfas WonMp 
11:00 A.M.— Chorcb SdbcA 
7:00 rM^Yoatli PeBonali^ 



MEtnoOBT (SURCa 
Priooeto Amm, ^isWa 
R«r. tnA D. 
10:15 
11:15 aj 



MEIHCNMByf 

Mnccw Aaaa^ 
Rev. Ldlay Davli> 

9:45 a.m.— OiBfdi Sc bodL^ 
11:00 aA.— Moraiu8 Wordllp* 



OCMASA. 

tmmcR m ntt nazardoi 

& Citat HoeaR M, Oemm, Va. 

nlrt Aa 

9:4 aA."Pito!gty ^Iwdl 



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Nbm> 
fltev. I. 
9:45 aA.-4ttBdar leinel. 
IIKW ^L-^Hm^ IWMUp. 




Caiw ^ 

PREBBYiBRlAJf CHinKH 

FMI a %|.€|a BBadfr Itorfift. Va. 

9:45 aA^o^-CSnrcB 




11:00 a.a.-^lisnfat w 
6:30 p.n.—Wliaiitolt MMnraUp. 
6:30 PA. Piaanr Pattiw i d fc to . 
8:30 pA.-r.Y«iia| Pe^ia'a PWto« 



nanmnoBAN ctorcs 

Padfle Avepae at 3«|i Strae< 



9:45 Chan* 
11:00 Mordflg Wbrrfi^ 
6:00 Youlb f^widlija 
7:30-8:OO^^taDday ^^isf 
Veaper Service 



1^ pumr^nAN CHUKS 

m PUNOM ANNS PLAZA 
W«gar£ Mllar. Mataaw 



SMdav 



SttWoe 



. 9:45 A.M. 
.11:00 AM. 



1200 As^paa Be i ^awd 
M. Bkai DMir* JtliJilil 
8:30 AJd—'mm^ aad OHiidi 
Sebool 

9:45 A.M.— Ckntii Sci»d 
IIKW A.M.-.4M9iib^ Md Cbord 



BEECH CmOVE 
METHODBrr CPUKS 

niaoeta Ama 
Itofer C Sard** PiBtar 
10:00 A.M.— Omich Sdiool 
11:00 A.ld.— Moraii* W«rf# 



CtOMIM OF GOB 

6^}4astnet 
Bobby aSM«PMtor 
9im A.M.— SuBdsy mkxA 
11-00 AM.— MoRdsg Wonhj^ 
7:30 AJ(.— Bvariw HVi^nhto 



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Mat UBj—HOLY O:«ttlUNI0M 
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THAUA METOOmrr CTOKS 

Pine Ave. ft Vm, BeKb BM. 
Rev. B. I. C&wai^ natar 
9:45 a.m.— etaa^ Seboel 
10:45 aA.— Wotrtdp 

la— iy 

METH(H>Ift CXnJRCai 

VitgUa Beaeb Baotovard. Ijfuduma 



8:45 a.m. md 11 a.n.— ^nriees 
9:45 a.m.— C^rdb Sdhool 
6:30 pA.^Y o>^ Pa Bgwd# 

FRANCB AWURY 
METBOMfT CttinMa 

Orao ^^tede jM<rf 
E. J. Taylafi Ptotor 
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crop that win flo«fi^. 

Something i^es it Kfe. Sun and rain, yes, and 
certainly rich, abundant sm). . • and yet, somethlnf 
iMre, something flu^ pmi it the ability to ^sk 
and use strength. 

Someone gtmg VS, Hfe • . . noiridiing food, 
wartt »mforteble shelter, these help ^rtainly. But 
still t . « somethiiig elM. Om souls reach far below 
the suifaee ^ evei^day existence to fiiul o^r d«v« 
faith in CJod's wisdona and power. 

We pli^^ oarsalvM 1^ His merey. We M^ Hfm 
often in prayer and worship, and ^inei of rrt^^ 
ing shall conM from the pi^Moce df the Lord.* 

Having found this fountain of faith, like ^ 
harvest, we point ever havenward to 4um with 
(K^Brs our di^v^ry^ 

•nm CHUPH»>i FOR AL.L. • ALX FOIl, "niB iajtuiwi* 




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tle, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. 
Castle of 6772 Odessa dr., Vir- 
gima BeiK^, is serving i*oard 
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Pacific Fleet unk which recently 
vidted the port of Monterey, 
Calif. 

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officei^ and crew Avelcomed var- 
ious Naval PMi^rwIuate School 
staff members and students 
aboanl the ajlwrarine. In addi- 
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Odldra aqi>«eted? Oatmeal eooldMi are in erddr. And a. party 
siting of some kind. Glass eupa, tedding red fmit-tevorad i^a- 
tin "set «B a daat" are the party 'rarptiie.' Sta^ a dran •!•• 
iriiant pr^id^dc vlQi these diewy oatmeal cooky itap. Via tiM 
stidc to sfaffe ttia eoddes all well as to a«rve tbera, neavaa tha 
recipe bakas up soft and teiuter, and fb» flavor aeeiu to in^nma 
in tte humid alr^of July. Breakfast c^aals are ezeelkiit fir !&• 
gredient use In raetoM and make nutritiooal eontribufiaiis of pro- 
tdn, im]^artaat B vttamias, essential miirarala, and food < 
Lemm Pecan Oatmeal Cooky Btatfs 



1 cqp stfted flour , 
% taa^oon soda 
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% cup soft ri«ffti^ig 
% ctvfaroinisagar,paeked 
% ei9 graoidalad ngar 



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mixer. Add shorteniitf , Mgars, «Kg, lenKm rmd and Mee. BMt 
'%t medium meed wlm elecMc mODK or by hand onol smoofli, 
about 2 ndamM. Fdd in ndl^ Mts and piM»n8. Miz wdL iSarn 
level table^oonftils onto w^-grMsed baking die^ 2 liKhM 
apart. Make a hole about 1 todi in dlametnrln cmtar ol eacH 
co(^, udng Hm badE «< a small spoon or the hsBdla mdtim. 
washed woodoi »oai. Sklpe Into ring «Mh flnprs. Sake jba a 
moctente ovei (SSO'F) imffi^tioe and Ui^tty teowna^ U to IS 
aabntes. Remove from balAg dieet at coee and cod on wlz« 
ladc YUid: Aboat 8Mi dos^ coflktea. 



Tliere's not many more week- 
ends for outdoor enteititoing be- 
fore the Autumn leaves begin to 
f^—and I hope &ie following 
suggestions prove belpM — if 
you're planning to have a party. 

A new twist can make a cold 
buffet more ex<^ing to your 
guests. Set up an atiJr^''t've ar- 
rangement of ingredien'" for 
sandwidi and salad itt'^k.n^« ^nd 
include a variety of two or three 
unusual salad dressings, for in- 
i^ance, sour cream blended with 
sMad dressing mix provi<^ a 
Msty accent for meat and a choice 
of two other distinctive dressing 
fresMy prepar«l, allows guesfe to 
help them^ves according to per- 
sonal preferences. 
Salad and Sandwich Smorgasbord 

Seasoned Sour Cream: Slend 1 
envelope Kalian salad dressing 
mix iirto 2 oips swir cream. Chill 
at l^ist 3 hours to iAead flairs. 
Makes 2 oips. 

Onion Chiffoiade Dressing: 
Prepare 1 envelope onion salad 
dressing mix with vinegar, ws^r, 
and oil as directed on envelope 
or ^If-raeasuring cmet. Add 1 
hard-cooked chopped egg, 3 ta- 
blespoons chopped cooked beet, 
and 1 tablespoon chopped i)ais- 
ley. Malees aboi^ 1% cups dre^ 
ing. 

Wme fflid Chive Dressing: Mix 
Vi cup vinegar and 2 tablespoons 
dry vermouth m self-measuring 
cruet or in a jar with tight-fitting 
cover. Add 1 envdope Parmesan 
sated dressing mix. Cover and 
shake wefl. Add % cup salad oil 
and 1 to 2 teaspoons minced 
chive; cover, and shake a^n. 
Makes 1 cup ^d dressing. 

Sesanre Drttshig: Cwnbine 1 
envelope old tehion French salad 
dressing mix 'dto vinepr, water, 
and oil as direrted on the envel- 
ope or seM-m^i^ing OTuet. "Rien 
add 2 labl^poow toasted sesame 
seeds. Shake weO^Makes 1 cup 
dreeing. 

Arrange platt^ of^cold turkey, 
sliced roasrt beef (oi^ other cold 
mej^) wMi sliced artichoke 
h«afe, pickles, carrot dices, to- 
mato dices, alternated iprJth slic^ 
Bennuda onion, sliced wcumlpfs, 
aiKl aborted ^ad greens. Stiat 
fresh rye bPM«l, pun^jenuckd, 
and Xalian or French liresd Md 
arrange in bread trsy. 

Tias Tatmsa healtli s^mI em- 



tures all ^e goodness of fresh 
vegetables— in fact, It's i^nMSt a 
sampling of a aimuner garden! 
SmaU green beans, celery, cu- 
cumber, green pepper e»l ywmg, 
sweet carrots cop4ri»e with ilioed 
ripe olives and mim^ acifflion 
for a salad that spdls cruq[kex- 
tured, flavorful ealing. 

A. single marinade made with 
sMad ofl, wine vineg^, supr and 
the ^icy seat of Tabasco, tSie 
liquid red pepper se^raiing, is 
paired ovOT tl» prepared vegeta- 
bles which are tl»n cMHed for 3 
hours. <B^ore serving, the vege- 
tables are drained, arranged on a 
servii^ pk^, and g^tn^ed wUh 
cucumber slic^. 

Tabasco HaoMi Salad 
2 cups fresh anall green b^aas, 

cut diagomHy 

1 cup thinly sliced ceJery 

% cup choK>ed green pej^ier 
\^ cup carrot rouixk 
V* aip sliced ripe olives 

2 tablespoons minced scaUion 
% cup SUgM" 

% ci^ wine vinegar " 
Va teiaspo<m l^basco 
% cup sated oil 
1 cucumber, diced 

Con>bii» and toss vegetaUes. 
Stir su^ into viiKgur; add Ta- 
basco and <h1. Pour m^inade ov& 
vegetables; toss. OxSk sboak 3 
hours. Drain. Place on serving 
plate and garnish with eucnndber 
slices. 
YIELD: 6 to 8 servings. 

Old World artjatey and New 
World convenience meet in i^iis 
inspired salad. Frtaen artichoke 
hearts, cooked »KHHtiing to pack- 
age directions and dulled; dk»d 
beets, caniwd or fredi; crisp ear- 
Tctt sticks and sctfUons; bri^ 
wedg^ of ioaa^ aiKi curly p«si 
pareley add up <» an attraotrve 
i^uiety of cokirs, textures and 
shapes. SardiMs, chkk pea^ mod 
hard-co(dEed eggs add fam^er- 
satisf yii^ protein and <tecorath« 
qifflUties <rf ttdr own. Hie ceObest 
of imo^^Htuffed oli^«s waism a 
bright teA for this cdksM wlieel 
of a wSaA i^ite. 

For the dr»sng, aH, ^negar. 
satt tiMi pepper are used at the 
indlvkiual's diaoeticm. 

As a lundwm ated. «■ ai Me 
first course for « ooiqiwy tfsaer, 
tins is a d^ itMfliiiltany aad 
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( 3>— terta aoundiip 
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(10) — The Mat^* Game 

( IS) — ^tVailmaster 
4:25 (10)— 'NBC Sew» 
4:30 ( 3)— Mvihunt — "TMitn Sspedl' 
(km" 

(10)— OKidie Beou tor Daddy 

( 13) — ^UaenTOiy 
4:55 (13)— MMur Mouae anb 
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6:10 ( 8) — ^Bionco 
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6:00 (10) — Sew» at 8Ux 
6:05 (13) — Harry DoneM 
6:10 ( 3) — Soorta Bounduiv-^off I^we 
8:15 ( 3) — TV Beporter— l*Veroe Wat- 
aon 

(13) — Bon CocfafMie 
6:25 ( 3) — Weatlierraaa— tody aoberta 
6:30 ( 3)— (Jra News 

(10) — Huntley-Brinlitey Report 

(18) — 8m Hunt ' 
7:00 ( 3)— IraiU W«« 

(10)— KeyliM 

(13)— Medle 
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4:30 ( 3) — Flylw Doctor^-'Hldeoat" 

(10) — Make Boom for Daddy 

(13) — Diacoyery 
4:53 (13) — ^Mtckey Mooae (Sut* 
5:00 ( 3) — ^Newa lU lire— Bay Sbouae 

(10>-^«<q^^P»PWa Club Ahoy 
6:06 ( 3) — Or. WMtel iur at B^>orta 
6:10 ( 3) — Fonow The 9un 
6rm itm— Vatm Bhar McOraw 
6:00 (10)— fWwi M Six 
6:05 (13) — Harry Do«r«ette 
6:10 ( 3) — Sports Boondup 
6:16 ( 3) — ^TV Beporter 

(13) — Bon CtK^rame 
8:26 ( 3) — Weathermaa 
6:30 ( 3) — CBS Newa . 

(10) — HuBtUgrBfMcIesr B«M>rt 

(13) — Sea Hunt 
6:45 (10) — HonOcv-Briakley B«port 
7:00 ( 3) — ^Movte 3— "Thirto' Socooda 
Oirw Tokyo" Spencer Tracgr, 
Van JohnaoD 

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(13) — Baaki^ 
8:*B ( 3>-^aleKt senate 

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(13) — Billy -Graham 
8:30 ( 3) — ^Picture Thia 

(10) — Dldc PoweU llieBtra 

( 13) — Uotooobables 
10:00 ( 3) — (Hollywood; 'Hie Great Stara 
10:30 (10) — Beswt From . . . 

(13) — FOcne on Amerfca 
11:00 ( 3) — 11th Hour Final 

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(13)— Murphy MartM 
11:10 ( 3)— 11th Hour Weathw 

(13>— BiU ^m^ 
11:15 ( 3) — 11th Hour Sperta 

11:20 ( 3)— Dr. Whit^urat Beporta 

(10) — Sporta 
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BXJmaom> — iHwif «wae- 

tions Mr tte 19M StM« f^ «t 
Virgteia tame flwtgrown tttt^ own 
40 < M>dM i i^n ig ^ aiNay «»^ « 
manl' tttNi iMi ftMu lo teswa 
ovetfaotd ^ tow* to tppar toere 
for the Mite I'UFi S^ldMNi^ 
20-2a^ hi wASHnMl, #. A. oHMncfit 
GeiM^ d^^lpff', ^iM U)day. 

•Die Ceflin & Wilson "World oo 
PaiMe" wMX lias added nuny 
ne# MMMMte 'i^ •wffl tmn 
evety fMte Mw befa^ uied Ib 

A big p(ntion <^ tiie midwiQr 
wilT %% ttotie ^ <rf iMnKStkms 
and riding dev^rt Jem ios <M- 
drai. The Mwest m ^ '^Bk 
Eteftinft". It #ai (te^Ded «M 
tn»xda^ir»l iij' a&my C<my, 
co^wner of Cetlin & Wflswi 
Showi. tlwe is «a^ flift* in ex- 
^tence. YiMii^^^ zMe in safe 
bu(^et seals on ti^ tack of 0pit 
pink etephan^ complete wi#i t(g 
esffs and long eiirling trunk. 

Oreatly ei&rged ior this 5^«af s 
l(Hir, Cte midwi^ boas>^ of MdM 
than 75 steBar attraefic^ taclm^ 
ing aosm tn&mt before Seen lo- 
cally. 

Tl^e new attr«ti(»s, pim ttie 

sensatioM ^ ^Uri^ • regote 
f etftiu« «f (he nlAIMv, |Ml «ifc 
^ Ml staidly iMI^i 4kM0tt 
suck « aie F^ris Vhe^ llerry- 
Oo«0nd, nt-A-WUil tnd dtti- 
ers to assure swmrtW* l arwtfy - 
one. "ttie A^mff rMi <MiitiWioj< 
to be <piite popolsir. 

FcB" State Pair pato wos y ho 
00%^ desire a tes trtxcMNMl 
ftjfai of tiMertainlneiit &m 4MI 
prOFvi^d 1^ the rides, ^MQl 
sure to be sane show 0m 1M 
profe pissing. 

Rid aiMwr '^am Trtoi^if' 

bo£^ new talent, new ee iH awes 

and new setthigs whfle the "Star- 
di^ 9mm" is an aB-new featore 

Of course, the lunhwise, onws 
sjkto dMW, oMtordFoaxK juid oth^ 
^ibm mao iMf^ div«aafled,«it»; 
taiiyaedL 

D<»d3te<head^ bas«l>a]l pD»s 
and deik^beader k% cream 
con^ a^ (HMdtaoliiAci^ a4yi3!fbitf 
bt^ the douMe Faris Wbed ^ 
the Sl^ Fair of 'Virginia mmim 
quit* a no-TO^. 'Wie S^ Whftel, 
as ia» d(«ible Ferris Whed iir 
caied, is actually two wh^s, on* 
mouMert ^a^ the vtinr.^ £^A 
Inwever. revolve indepeirfrailly 
of 0it dher. 11* Sky Whed tow- 
er* some flD leit in <ie afc- pw- 
iril dK^ a sp^tactds- |»rtis« of 
tlte Cetlin & Wite(» Sh(n«s mid- 
way. WMe Ifete Mv(^ iKtrac^m 
iflhy be a teatoiTB <rf the "WoM 
oi Parade** nWway, *t » far fr*n 
bflffg flie (fflfy rtandoot atete- 
tiOT. All toh^ CeOin & "W^* 
Sh^s has ttio(« tinn 60 4hwi| 
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Movia Review 



ivK ffiiii^.lWft w ns Boms 
»d Mm^ Kwtti art M for a 
•ftrj^ie wten ^ey see MGM- 
Bt^m Aite' "The Main Aww- 

^of n flkn e)^ttm| eriK^icMnl 
QfflEHi IK agagwt a ncnovp of 
a snaU tta^%llu Xta&a circiB, 
both Boone and Miss Kwan make 
a con\ptMc abo«t-^ace from the^ 
pfci^us oMNKMeraations. 

BobAe abawMlBi Ms screbbed- 
face rotes tv^^ a e^Aioal ye«<ig 
An^iiidlMMF m leather jack^ 
and ^iM, w^ife Miss Kwan 
)eaf«A bAind ha Otk^sA roles> 
erf "SCiite W^' *!d "Ftower 
OiruMOr $4^" to portray an Tfluan 
pnl^ im> rides bnnwcfc in » 
tirick iioxse wn. 

AlSd ytayinli leacfafg rcks are 
9#^A.ttar Mai Z^Mtif^, who 
rccenffy scored dppcsite Fetet 
Selters in "Only Two Can Play," 



Mifl lotn Us Mfi^lMet. NiieA 
ih M«*roc«*or, tiw pte^ w» 

S^^CWS wf mMBUCI PCUI WKt WW 

#1rtftjSi w produced by the 
n^oted Bpoad^ray i^ywri^ 

iNttu^ Ute bami SooK wxail- 



.i^g at £(MV wop. criters te 

snri n t^M^Mn ^ a i^w^Kt- 
htf aviM^B^ ta m ClMHKtic 
s&MH to tttt htiWB Al{». it Is 
pranu% ^ imf ei Hk l^« of 
a b^ iM |M ^K^^med py 
Ac nftenercMSfi ^ m ow6r 

law. 

domie is seen as l^lcffe, beat- 
hft sfMMr iin aA Ital^aA «tfe. who 
is hiTMby Gina (Miss Zetteriing) 
to simg in ateocmp tmtatt A to die 
drctts ad of Bar cRHMiiy asM to 
entolain her b^ween times. He 

fiTOts the owMrs of tihc circus, 
^sa (Um Kwan), her cripple 
sistev, mmtm <Yv(«ine MttoMtt) 

Uiu ulc UUSi. S lUAIHU^ Tvww 

(Kienn Nfcjon)^ a4 well m ^ 
clown, Bwsj (John Le MesuJksr). 
When 6(idie ami tessa f^ in 
love, an or«^|teo|rie ^ly a 
pttrt in 4ttcii'ijpAn| to iliwaft 
Sieir rcMnance. Circum^anws 
f^ee ^ y^vm lovers to run 
away ttom the ^««s, nnd 1^ 
diinaetk: secfbei^ fMk^ tftetf 
iM^pi^ ta an sAwdim^ MnoBN 
tein chalet Ai^tewsd hy a 
^i^^roiB av^litete. The si^'s 
ouietaje irti not be K^wrt^ 
tee, 1^ it ^ !» saW Ae ^^ 
tt as exctt^ « it is 



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(13) — TrMtnaeter 
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4:30 ( 3)— Bcaem S 

(10)— Main Boom ter Daddy 

( 13) — ^Dtaeovery 
4:55 )13)— Mtckey Mouae aab 
5:00 ( 3) — Newa at Five 

(lO) — ^Poopdeck P^it^a CI* iUx* 
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5:10 ( 3) — StoBflf Bvrke 
5:30 (10) — Qui* Draw McGmw 
6r(» (10) — ^Hewa a Six 
6W5 (13) — Har^ tto«»tte ' 
6:10 ( 3) — Sports Boond^i 
8:l5 ( 3) — TV B<vorter 

(18) — Ron (KMhmoe 
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6:30 ( 8) — CBS Newa 

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Chrii't OfVh* vf ttw Circuit 
Cowrt -* •*" CHy o# Vli«iiijr 
BMch, ;9fh 4toy •! Au« 

ui», 1961. 
AiNNE MATJTT T-^Pv HaiEdff, 

agaitts 
LAWBIBNCE R. RlUiV. 

D«fe»dn)t. 
ORDER OIF l»U9l.i€ATI0N 
Tbe <*|ipiit|l|f ffUC H «» «b- 
tate a aiflKifWiM «t Owm 
to 1)6 lat«r JMnnd into a divorce 
a vbAuiff^m/UL fton tba 
tfhl delMidHliVnie erounda 
<ji doMirtjoD 

And tt^ ttjinwivjft oaviziM taan 
SHi^ and Aitttit Oft MAM 
ii t iKu-ruldent of tfke SIMa of 
Vtagsta, the last Jtnown iiMifit 
beiaf : Head^^ai^rs OM^ofe, 
aid •RiM. Tsminal, APO fl71, 
Saa I^TKi^K}, CaUfiwnla, ^ is 
(ndieed tet te <k> a^en* lw% 
^vMAi te* (10) di^ ^tbest due 
puUttcMi^i besmt, mA ^ HiM 
m^ te Mefts^y to frotett to 
iaM«it ift «ia auM. 
A aapy T aaia; 

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mi Ua^ M. WUte. D. C. 
Brfd]^ & Bn^^ p.q. 
13W Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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I. Application of Dorothy C 
Moore for the dJacofltinuance, 
cioeure and atMndooment of l!ut 
portiM|iif Bayview Aveone beiner 
trianMv in sha pe Joc ated at tii< 

^.NofdnVBit iniBiwBODB with LaiK 
Avenue. StU ftueA 
in dqpd^4A fattest 
Hgfat of way of Muf!^ Avapue 
and 40 feet on Like Avtfnua. 
Having a depth of S3 feet along 

the mmmnat, tot 2r, bm 

19, Chetapeake Park. Bayside 
Borough. 

II. Apdioation of Pavab Inc. 
by Jdhn B. kunes, Attorney, for 
a Us« Pemit to operate a borrow 
pit containing 40 acres, more or 
kia* on p«it of Blocks 10, U 
and 12 as ahown on plat of 
Browne Estate. S«kl proimty be- 
ginnitkg at a point .57 miles East 

. of Newtown Road and 1930 feet, 
more or less, North of Viigiaia 
Beaolt Boukvard. Having a max- 
imum deptft of 3190 feet aloog 
die WMm f»9€ty Um, a 
wkkfc qt *^ fa* s^^f ^ 
Htx'tt^n uuipiKtjr Hie, a (^Mh 
^ 3jn iwti^ tte Muitsm 
pRHierty nuc, and a wMft' 
of 2677 teerilMg *« Sei^«n 
I»opertyilnK-MWBg » pm 
of wock 11, saMLpiiaM bi^ 
_, approxanatdly 2290 feet wicte, 
•^■IwviM a depoi of 297 feet Bay^ 
side Bonmra. 

III. Apfd^on of E. V. WU- 



i-andMUT f 
ui >JudIdoQ Fanii. oniu property 
fronting Itt) i^ oa the &uih 
sid» of jfiMHHh^ 
^niH<diq|WHI|lliH|Hwithein 
RailRMui), 500 fiBet, more or less, 
Weet of Thalia Qteek. Hk^ 
a depth of 950 feet <kiQg «e 
Western pfooe^ line; bounded 
on the Souui by a branch of 
ThttUa Creek (no determhied dis- 
tance), bounded dd dis East by 
Lot 7S and an nlinamud lam, a, 
distance of 500 feet. Bounded on 
the North by the Southeni Hue 
of Lou 75 and 76, that poitkw 

not fronting on Lafayette Ave- 
mm^ a i^ainee ol 225 feet Coth 
tainii^ S ais^, more or less. 
Kempsvilte Borough. 

V. ApQ^^ttipn (3i U. S. Sales 
(Zbrp. by Thc»ias C. Broyte, At- 
t«iMy^ for a Use Permit to op- 
«Mit a pvD^yimsil MMiqg cm 
trt 6, ^^^^^^^WtoK 
Late Moieft nwfio^ili Inmi^ 
su 170 f»t on uie SoMd s^ 
arLaikin Road, b^inning at a 
p<wit 85 ttef, magt pt leiti, W^t 
<^ Gay Drive, Ha\^ • depth 
of 270.55 feet aloK flie Eastern 
property line, a width of 54.19 
feet along tte SowMwdpn ocoputy 
line and a depd^ cf '2lf80 feet 
akmg the WeMem property line. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

vr. ApplieatkHi of Robert E. 
Rowe Cor a ofnngD.of toning 
from General Commercial EMs- 
trict 2 (C-G 2) to General Com- 
mercial Di^rict 3 (OO 3) of 
Lots 3, 4 and S, Motf 1, nib- 
division of Lydtthavm Stores. 
Said prcnerty frootiiv 302.40 
feet on the Nordi side of Shore 
Drive. U.S. 60, 84S feet East of 
Leaner Bridge. Having a depth, of 
a^M feet along me Eastern 
ptopeity line* a wi^jof J167.78 
'T tile NuiitaiUi fMOpezty 

a depth of 63.80 feet 

along the Western nrc^wrty Use. 
Lynnhaven Bof^y|p. 

Vlt. Apj^Ks^ of R. Lk^rd 
Harcum 1^ Jdm B. Tamm, At- 
torney, for a Use Permit to op- 

MDperty kot^u^Wf fM on dto 
West side ot^c^M Br^ RcC, 
^onM^ ftMMitt fto«$ Route 
'^^m/m » %tt fd 2321 
ft^ fMu tw ^uliMB property 
Ms, a vridif of S£l fm sixmg 
te W&bm&m^mg Une, and a 
<^^ of 2W7 fbet ak^ tt» 
mplam piipwQr ^K. C^t^- 
bef 26^7f ' i^H. Wtt^putti as 
I^ 10, n awl 12, suMi^on 
of L(Mcmi BM^ Chuimt. fo> 
iMsg m a. ^M MM UA 

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VDL Afj^aiaiB et J^u 
AJi^Ma fafeipi^iw^ 1^ TM- 
taai Mid K^tam, Attofwys, fiw 
Oe £«xmtinuaBi^ elMMA nd 
sAinionmeat cHud pdMteft of 
mudwr Street (50 feit^ flgbts el 
way) beginniiK at tiie Eastom 
side of I^M Drn% and extend- 
n^ BasMrard a distance of 917.67 
feet to ito kan^Mrticm at mop- 



Haycox Enterprh^s, Ine. 

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Ob part of Parcel P, Birdbwood 
Gardens, Section 2. Said prop- 
erty ft:ofiting 226.39 feet on the 
East side vi Westbrook Lane, 
baguuriKatapdittt 121.61 feet 
Smoi «Lati(i Avenue. Having 
a widdi of 764.87 feet along the 
Noftheni property line (Soutiiem 
propert y line of Lots 13 dirough 
22, Blodc B, Binchwood Gar- 
dens, Section 2). Having a depth 
of 696.22 feet akmg the Eastern 
propnty line and a widdi of SO 
feet along part of die *Soudiera 
moperty ifoe (Viigiaia Beach 
Boulevard). The Wfcatem and re-- 
maiiung Southern property line 
contaimng die folkiwiiu dis- 
tances: running Noinh a dfotance 
ei 280 feet, turning and rumfinff 
Westward 350 feet, turning and 
running Northward 218.07 feet; 
tuning and runniitt Westward 
176^89 feet to Oe East side of 
Westbrook Lane, Cllootaining 5V^ 
acres, more or less. 

X. Applkatkm of An^na 
Moose Lodge No. 1198 for a 
chai^ d zonk^ from Re$id«x% 
Du^x Diitekt 1 (R-D 1) to 
LMtol Cto^neRiial Di^rkt 2 
<ID4 2) Mrfs tf Ite^ Anrntt flo op- 
earn a fiB^fBai todoe (m ^ 
lm^op«^ Ikm^m 5 19.94 feet 
tft the VhtA ,si<k oc L^n^voi 
1b)6d, fi^rm^ly Ma^c^ra R<^, 
Route 644. B^imiii)^ ^ a pdnt 
79& fee*, mows w tess, Wrat of 
StratfOTd Dme. Having a depth 
(A 270 feet al^ the Eastern 
pioperty line, a width of 90.14 
n»t ak«ig the Nocdiera pDopeity 
1^ and a depth of 53K41 feet 
along the Western property Hne. 
(Zoataining 2.14 acres. Prince 
Aone BoKwi^. 

XJ^JIattuiioa of Witch Dude 
Muk» DItyetoping Corporatwa 
by Kellam and Kellam. AtMr- 
ne^ tot die ^i@k^uian%, 
dorare and aH^ndoiaMiM «f tlutt 
'portym of Bow C^k B<M4ewwd 
(60 tooC ridu of way) m&^^ 
from the East^n s^'crf Chm 
House Road to Ae W^tana side 
of LatnpU^t Lane a disteiee of 
389.06 feet. Bcu^i^fe^ tte f<^ 
t-^"-"" tots in the imKMsMO ot 
s Anne nemx on ^e 
North by Lot 23, Block 12, Sec- 
tim 8 u^Lot 1, Blodc 8, See- 
l«n 1 1; wr'tfie South by L*^+, 
J|i^ 13, Section 1 1 and Lot 1, 
B!(^k 18, Sectitm 8. Princes 
Anne Borou^^ 

XIZ. Ap^»ion ^ |S & C 
Ompany tet a change <k zcming 
from R^i^n(» SuDurt»n Dis- 
trict 4 (R^4) to Limk^ Com- 
mnnal DiMilc^ 2 (C-L 2) (^ die 
feitowing three i»rcels as shmm 
cm a tsBU^fc plat of subdivision 
of l^itta: 

flgmH A kxated M d» S(xitfa- 
WMt iii^rsecticm oi Sea Hwse 
IMay Md N<Mlb Plaza Trail. 
FfMitu^ 205 feet on Ncwdi nam 
TmO, havkv a depth of 188 fe^ 
on S^ H(Mrse Way, a de^ of 
253 feet moe or tesi, along the 
WesiKn im^rty line am a 
wiiMi of 105 fe^ akmg the 
S(^ft»ii t^H^erty Une. 

fucA B toooed at (he Nordi- 
west itttetisectbn of North Plaza 
Tail aad Sksa Horse Way. Front- 
Bi^ ItfO feet on North Plaza 
T^l, having a depth of 200 feet 
on Sea Hcwse Wa^ a width oi 
180 feet al(mg the weMem prop- 
&ttv lim (CpTsl Way) and a 
widdi d 200 fe^ atoi% d» 
Northern property lh» 

Parcel C fronting 593 fe^ cm 
the East side oi N<»A Pl^ 
Trail, beginning tf a point 70 
feet, HKwe «■ les, Na» <rf Sea 
Horse, Way. Having a depth of 
399 feet alcmg m Northern 
propegte Vo6f havios a «^^ of 
557 feft ak% die Mm^ wi 
SoMfa^B WQ^^^ Une; b&ng 
k ifaape. L^^vm 



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StoSnRo3T«» 681. 
itondng 248.50 feM on Route 
13 and 208.8 fm/t on- Burton 
Station Road. Havupg "a. rear 
property line width of 268 feet 
and « «pth of 160 feet along the 
Western property line. Bayside 
Borou^. 

XV. Application of Texaco, 
Inc. by W. E. Witt for a change 
of 2onuig from Limited Ommer- 
cial District 1 (C-L 1) to General 
Commercial District 1 (fC-G 1) 
of a parcel of land frondng 200 
feet on the Eaat sSSr of Little 
Necic Road, extending North 
from a point 300 feet North of 
the intersection of Kings Grant 
Road and Little Neck Road. Ex- 
tendii^ in depth 150 feet on die 
South and 200 feet on the North. 
Lynnhflven Bonw^. 

XVI. Applicatkm of WCMS 
Radio Nosrolk Inc., George and 
Marjorie Crump by EU S. Cho- 
vttz, Attorney,. for a change of 
zoning from Residence Duplex 
District 2 (R-D 2) to Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
and a Use Permit to operate a 
mHo statioa and towei^ on cer- 
tain property fronting 578.75 
fwt on the Nortii side erf Baxter 
Rc»d, b^inning at a point 1335 
tmi Emt of Princess Anne Road, 
fwmeriy Kemfwville Rd., Route 
165. S&td property having a depth 
of 1111 feet along the Eastern 
^pMy line, a wi^ erf 835 feet 
alH|r ue Northern {»operty luie, 
a depth of 261 feet along the 
Western property liiie; turning 
and runnmg 256.25 f^t in an 
Easterly direction; thence turn- 
ing and running &>uth 850 feet 
afi^g Ae re^raid^ ot die West- 
em i»m^^ j^. Deiknated as 
S^ ISf, Wm 23, AW. Cor- 
oicks KMt^Kmm Fann. Contain- 
ing 16.3 a^m, msm or less. 
Kempsvilte ftgrou|^, 

JCHW V. FKfTR^, Oeric 
By Margaret M. Hood, D.C. 

8-29-2t 

eeitoieiiw a i ^^ VR«l^ia, In the 
Ci««^« mnm ^ ^ Circuit 
Court ¥m Qtf 9» Virginia 
SeaA, en Itm Wk ^ of Aug- 
vtf IMS. 

%mmA L wmti cmAasTHAM, 

Hairtiff, 

fMJi^mmm, Defendant. 
OKOmi&f PVM.tCATION 

I^e ob|ect of this ^t is to oi>- 
t»to a div<»«e tmm bed and 
bond iBka to be SMSfBd into a 
(ka«e of divi»ce It vinculo ma- 
tranraii frwi Ite alM defoidant, 
uiKm tiie poumk §i cnu^ructive 
desu^m oul aclttid «Maerti<ni. 

And St af fldsrit hanrittg been 
mMie and filed i^i^ (fae defendant 
to a non mMmikd. Ibe ^)ate of 
Vlr^iin, tte >at towm p ost of- 
fi<» adA;«slbeiDf : BOim% llO 
^K^ im ittitte* Av^ue, Pitts- 
1^1, THirmriliiiwiJtti. 

It is wdeved Oai be do appear 
bee ^irtHito tm (|0) days after 
di^ ^^tteittoB ^amvd, 9M do 
what vm be neoeo^ to protect 
hki Metrest hi Uite aitt. 

^m^ V. n^m^gs, aerk. 

BY: alary M. White, D.C. 
Sb^ & IPow^ 
Kresge BulUaig 
NorlMk, Vis^ya 

8-29-4TH 



P^M 



it^ ma^ ^44CAj^_. . . 




ASM^mX FOR IMMCMATE ACTION 



XIII. Applicati<» <rf Warn. P. 
ThMq^ anl E. M. Mo^ by 
Kellim and Kdlam, Nmmm^ 
few a change df zoning fnmi 
Multiple-Family Residence Dis- 
ttfct (R-M) to Limited Commer- 
cial District 1 (C-L 1) and Gen- 
eral Commercial DisfrJot 1 (C<5 
1) d d» l^bwing jmoMff- 

Paecel 1 to be C^ 1, frontk« 
200 fert on flie East side of 
PtaH&TtaMrsttAing at dM Srath- 
^tiVM^i^ Une of C&P Tel^ 
phone Compaiw, having a depm 
of 3{K) fed aU«^ sftM line, a 
wkUl of %m fciet atong die East- 
ern property line aiul a wkM of 
3RM) feet rt^ttg the Snt^m 
yopCT fa liw. 

Pari^l 2 to be C-L 1, frratiiu 
330 ft ^kaag dte ibBtenr skte d 
Pla^ Trail, b^nnii^ at the 
Soudiem property line of the 
ikxim, mmfiuu^ parod-, having 
a (^^ dlKl^ft dbong the East- 
ing pJ^p«^ Hm aitf a width erf 
3 W % ^ami ^ Soitibem prop- 
el^ Xmt. L^steven Botch^. 

X^. AMttafon (rf Sun OU 
Coi^ia^ %'^Kyelb2s and Ki^am, 




affMild 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 SpMilal NoHcM 



,^e tia\^ seeetoed iwphies 
from family wanting removal 
fimi ^inft iad family t^ne- 
^i^, lor «e-iaief«ieiA m our 
mo<tom Mantttwl Park wto« 
d^ wmkt tew Aepetojd Gaze. 

Has ow bertaiw um! we wit 
be ^ad to eoopefite widi «iy 
femlty tf^ttrlni ttw service. 

a^^<M d«ib7o. 

. AA te lb. Wl^Mo. 
Prlnoeas Ame M^Mriri Itok at 
Mdge 



ES^Orr CAJ^RA ROPAffiS 
AH mate, all work ^me m 
pi«snn^ M 613 W^ ^h 
Street, Norfdk, Va. free »tt- 
m^M. Ott IIAS^lfi <n- tn^i^ 
to 2122 Mta^: AwBuae. no- 
ser's OssKsa &opt VirgUa 
BeKl^ Va.( 



mmM^jtmm 






IMt^ nxMSnOM BANJO 
Qualifled tafaff «Htth |ff(4esid<»al 
liiffjiflrniinrt iM tuicli jiwi la 
pMf Vm ^mmk 5 atrial 
banj4. lioirataui, 9iSk mi 
BbM^raM *^^ tau^ .Mae 
Folk Gttitjff. 4^9168. 



Mature nSUSH^ 
4420. 



miftumt. m- 



EimMW4@ <XPdtS& — Won- 
ka i^mfAstify un- 
B^ dther Ad! or 
part time, at htam w to i^. 
Home stud; cmirae. Cafi JU 
9mm or Ha4>1147 for octti- 
ptie^Maili. 



11 TrantpertatiMi 



i^M,«a 



AlLAOTlC-PAiCaHC DBJVE- 
AWAYS. ^m. ^ We «U if 
li^r y^ in to or trdm s% 
dty. B»ndtf drivers^ fOtt" 

MM. 



IT^ST 



My k Fftoem Mane Wi$i mt- 
swms to Iffr. Jeffer^n. itowio^ 
GA&4680 daya, OAfMWO 
nighia. 



AUTC^^^lWt 



30 AntemeblM For Sal* 



tflSICXllY— 1957 twodoor hai^- 
'( %9p. RiMHo, healer, powe^ ato^- 
h^ power bndisi nd power 
windo¥^. In escelteiiA condi- 
tton. 1^ be a^ to be ai^re- 
datod. Priced f« cp^ sale at 
1600. Call GA 8.2401. 



MERCURY — 1956 Itontdair, 4- 
door hffldtop ^dan. Excellait 
<»ndition. 4^7604. f360. 



PUM0U3H -- 1«5» Fury faaid- 
top, GoMen Conmiando engine, 
standard shift, fuUy e^p2a^>ed, 
newly painted, excelteM condi- 
tion. Call GA 8-2093. 



ROADSTER — 1961 White Sun 
beiun AlpiiM, red interior. Tbp 
comlMon, radio,^ heater, wire 
i^eis, tHieket ses^ GA 8-3131 
(#•& i»on)i ask for iMr. ^nard. 

B15»«ES SERVICES 



30 Ai^llence Scrvina 



VAC^tnm CliSABfmS— Hoover, 
Sates and service. Prompt ef< 
ilolent reioirs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone GA8-42^ 
Wmi ^ed & Buil(Hng Sup- 
^fuK, Jbe. 



"employmERT 



40 Halp Wanted— Famale 



BEAUTICIAN — ExceUent oppor- 
tunity with leading salon at 
Virginia Beach. Guarahte^ sal- 
ary plus omimission. '^cceUeivt 
fringe bene^Us. Send qualifica- 
tions to P. O. Box 119, Norfolk 
1, Va, 



LADIES— Part time— 4 pleasant 
ladies over 35 years of age to 
gc^i newo(»nera in your Migh- 
borhood. 3 hours per wKt 
nuxmnum tin^ required. Digni- 
£»d. Good pay. Won<^ul cqv 
porhinity for dub of church 
group. Qualification: nAuit be 
^nuinefy iirti^^^ted in hc^mg 
the neniKXHner to beconw estali- 
lished in Ibe Virginia Beach 
area. Phone 464-4392, leave 
naii», pho!», uid acMr^. 

Fountain amj drug ojmc 

-4*«nnanent. ^ms Rex a 11 
HianiuM^, TTHk and Atiaitic 
Avenue. 



A^IRCHAh«»SE 






CXdOTHES LOa POSTS— 122.88 
oimpki^ instated, heavy 
du^ T pMli^ wittt leur linea 
(lOi f«eD, set in ^mcrete. 
nu»e GA 8-4222. Fuel, Feed 
A Building Supply. Inc. 



SEAMSTRESS — Wanted ftekn 
beach m^i. Slip(X>v«s. Etj^ar? 
^<%d only. S^KUie 3404l^. 
iUrtiei^ Sewing Room. 



WATraiSS — Eicperience. Year 
itmnd «nploymeDt. Apply in 
person only Black Angus Re» 
tourai^, 33rd and Pacific Ave.^ 
Virginia Beadi. 



# Help Wanted-J^la 

KPTCHEN MAN— *^iH tone, y^r 
hNmd. Und^ M. (M. Mr. ^mr- 
kerGA 84141. 



WArraB — Witai referenoei for 
yMT iwmd beach j<*. <M Mr. 
Vato.GA 84141. 

41 Help WantMMtob or Pamal* 



Mi Cf^OXnMm — A^ omt 
f %. WQUiig to Dwirk anl learn 
to ^ w id^A^ ne(^s^. 
FuB trwnh^ ^vm. For inter- 
•mn <all Mr. Wilmm 340- 



BOWLEG BMI4 — Bru^wick 
< '«Mk Beauty" 15 pound 
. biaiMl new, has not b^ (tallied 
lif^oM poraiMee, Ddwra ba£ 
whtte w^l^Kk trim. CkMrt new 
145, sell b<^ 130. GA8-72d8 
befws 9 aja> ec 5 to 6 pjn. 



93 HMsehoM Goods 



APftlAI^KSS-^Bargains in ^}od 
tt te d r^lgerators, freeEeis» 
tvs^^ washing madilnes, dry- 
ers. Terms to suit. Hirtz Bazaar 
It Oeeana. Open 9 to 9. GA 



IQK SAlS^-^NuM $75. and take 
aan^, Ctood Ivtory and fett. Ex^ 
«laftt for ptoyroom. Cafl 42^ 
68m 



Furniture of all kinds upholstered 
and refiiuAed. Frw estimates, 
rMtsonabte pric^. AUU»ndt>ile 
nntL <»wrs, to{», and headline 
em afl custixn wa^ and fitted. 
Hifltop Uph<«erii« Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We twy and sell new 
UMl used fimittuie. 



FURNITURE 

liOVSIG— MUST SSIIi 

WrcHigbt iron {Kirch section^ 
sola. 

Dining room tifele, 
4 chairs. 

Pine iableK^MSSt 

108 74tti Street 
Di9lGA847(» 



FURNITURE— Mattress and 
j^^Mfi^ books, desks, chairs, 
taH^ chests. All very reason- 
aftile. Hirtz Baza^Q- at Oceana. 
Op^9 to9. GA 8-7068. 



RUGS— 9x12 ttnoleuni tor every 
room in the house. $4.95 ca^ 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture. 17t3i & Baltic. 



95 Lawn-Gardon Supplias 

TCHP SOIL — For sale. Located 
rear o| liGllos Diaoount Store 
WSOS& from Princess Anne 
naza. W. T. Hutchfais. CaH 428- 
1^7. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



101 Rooms Without Board 



66TH SmEET — Single room, 
prefer teacher: ^ a month. 
GA*1^. 



Nice sleeping room for rent to 
eld^iy wording liwly. Wxr lur* 
ther inf ermaUcn call GA 8-7704 
after 6 pjn. 



110 Apartwonta Unfumithod 



OCEiW* ARMS, 425 26TH 
STWEET — Air-condM)ned, 2 
bedrooais, water included. $115 
per monttk Oidy 3 uflfts left. 
Call MA 74109. 



2 5-roofn aparteaents, Daplex 115 
7ah Street. iFrom Septemferar 3 
til June 1. (Centralized beat and 
water furfi^lKd. A. H. Oidiard- 
son, DiiMriddy, Vt. 



OASSIHED DISPLAY 



INSTRUCTIONS 



^^^a M. Taylor 

Privafe Instruction 

dumf^Miil! Piano 

4^-367S 



HARDIN SCfTOOt 
€)f Mime 



31 3 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach * 



MNTAL REAi ESTATE 



111 Aps'ftW'nte Vumishod 



ATnamoN khkxa. "niAOT- 

K^— Av^uUble WHk of Au^ist 
to .tane IS, 196^ <^i9totely 
f uraiifted 1 ukI 2 bedroom At- 
plffit. H«it aad water fwni^ed. 
7 blocks irom h^ echeol. $90 
and $137.50 tnorrtfaJy. Tynea 
Realty. GA88911 or GA 
8-7453. 



FOLLY RANCH, 1400-17lh St., 
clean, modem ro^iu^ effici- 
endes. 1 and 2^b«iroom apart- 
ments. Reasonabto weekly, 
fflOttUily, or armual rates. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartmontt FumMiod 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedroom efjQdend^ com- 
ptet^ frunished. Weekly, 
moi^y. "We can furnish ev- 
eryi^iing tHit food." ^ montb- 
fy ndniffium. GAS-ttMM), GA 
8-9701. 



F^mdjAwd md unfumi^ed one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly^ 
AiMrhor Realty. CaU <^Vtm. 
anyttna. r*L 



Ocean Court Motel Apartment^ 
^6-19th Street Effidency 
aiartments. All utilities fur 
nlAed. Also, 4-room apart- 
n^it and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
K^ek or month. 



2aND ^., 210—1 and 2 bedroom 
furnished ipuiments. Y^irly 
and seascmal rentaL 



30TH STREET, ^7— Weekly or 
monthly, fuMy frimished mod- 
em 4 room apartmrat. Bione 
GA 64585. 



30TH STREET, 317—2 and 4 
rooms witb b^ and ^ower. 
Heat, hot and oo(d water ftum- 
Ished. Call;9A&-1890. 



e2ND STREET, 114 — Wintar 
rM^ or year rouiul. 3 bed- 
romtis, weU iMiAed, attractive, 
first fkxv, f^^ed-m yard. GA 
8-2712 or GA 8-1853. 



1 and 2 Bedroom ^lartments. 1^ 
month or ye& round. One 
lAidE fhim ocean. Aito rooms 
by m«^. ReaMoable. (M GA 
8-9668. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartmrats. 
Fuznished a n.d unfumisbed. 
Monthly and yearly rentals. 
Cooper Realty, 2^ 19th Street 
Office 428-1330, nights 428 
6^. 



1 Bedroom, living room, kitdien, 
and bath. Convenientiy located. 
Yearly rental. GA 8-1572. 



Clusice garage apartoient, weU 
furakdied, ideal for two. 44tti 
near be»^. October through 
May or yearly. Dial H04-53U. 



One rown efficiency garage apjff1> 
meirt, ^ monthly. Elderly 
coup^ wiU abo x&sk faon^ 
furnished. No c^dren, pets. 
3400 .Arctic Ave. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



i^JCTIONS 



M.;»iir- Siganto Auction Co 



FINANCIAL 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



WILLIAM KIU6ROVE 

iMfriKMon In 

Piano, Organ, Accordion 

W74»4«« - 42S7727 



ReSp tmUd General Hospital 
wtth yeiv dollars— Iw your 
good hflaWil! Odl ^S-6381 



m^4m HOA\E FWANaNC 

HOME FmEKAL SA VINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

7«0 aOUMN BTRKKT - NORFOUC 

mmA VINMHtA ■■*CN BUVB. 
AT TMAf^l CORNCn 



REAL liTATE 



BAY ISLAND 

Tidewater's Fiirat All 
Waterfront Cbnmunity 

IXm FOR %AIM 

BAYISL^O 

REAL ESr.ATI CO. 
464^051 MgMs «A8^ 



'\ 



3 rtxmfis and bath, furmshed, best 
seeUon . . . RENT i1^ for 
protecting property (not bosl' 
n^s) in owner's abseace finM 
k^ I»rt of September to end 
of May. Quiet, rd^Ie couple, 
irat in service, wife umm- 
ployed, two ^ulte, no duldr«i, 
no pets. Write detaHs static 
age, eropk)yii«nt and refe^ 
ences to Box 110, c Virginia 
Beach Sun-News. 

Located in ^ teart (rf tiM be«h. 
Reasonelile, y^rly. GAa«713. 



Its Hou 



Furnished 



19TH CTREET — One ie<hrocMn 
fun^hed cottage. Yeariy mh 
tal. ^ a month. GA 84052. 



218 eSTH STREET — 5 ro«B 
•iNingalow available Sept^:itiMf 
to June. Owner shares irtffitiet. 
#100 a month. Telephom ^ft- 
3577. 



1^1^ furnished cottar — ^. 
larger cotlaige— 160 a n«>i^ 
Service couple or wOTking oou. 
AvaiU)te now. CaH 34(>«3^ 



Snudl furnMied cd4age. Nev 
bases. Available munediately. 
Service cot^ile oiriy. $M a 
nKHiUi. CaU 340^329. 



REAL ESTATE RDR SALE 



124 Houaos For Sale 



BAY COLONY— Lovely 3 bed. 
room; 2 batii home on 10^ % 
190* comer lot. Brick veneer, 
oU heat, 01^ bedroom air-c(Hi* 
ditioned. Immediate ponesskm. 
Fteancing available. Owner. 
CaU GA 8-2401 days and GA 
8^1 after 5:30 pjn. 



WEST ALANT<»^, 1820 AsUey 
Driw. VA, FHA or Corxweot 
tional ioan. 

GATEWOOD PARK — New du- 
pl» a{»rtoeRts being buUA for 
sale <m London and Wdf 
Streets. 

Delbut Construction Corpofartion 
34(K8311, 3406591, 3406790. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



MEROIAhOISE 



Ask Your Eye MiyMdan Abeirt 

TMYLDR'S 

Vh^nki loach's only 

GUKD OPTKIAN 

1369 Laskin Re«l, Va. Boock 

«IL BtfeNMvn 

GAitfrnMaaa 



ftlfilNtSS SERVICES 



M. M. WALKER 

ROC^ING-GUTTERING 

^fav Roof^ And CumnJ Virgmk 
Bach For The Pasim Yem 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

Conftmorclal 

HousdwM 
Refrigeration 

LMBdromata 
DcdMi for W 



Ekdikal 

w. c. jotmsoN 

322-17tkairMt 
Fk«MGAt4f71 




iUlAMS BROS. 

ViifMs 9taA ^tmm MST 

Pluwbing »fKi Heating 
^l^ilr, ^rvi-e and suppliM 

Warm air duct heating 
Chrysler Air O^Klltlonlrm 

Bm ffiKvicB ««AT mm mmt 



Uglh'm Beach aiN^CWS, Thwrjday, September 5, 1^ 
"age 6-B 



— v-HM^j^ 



ff^S ^FtMM ^OUr 

AgrieuItttMl Agent 

•y I. t. «DICK" COCKRIL^ JR. 




iMfe 



. Good tehftvior g&U « lot of 
cndit 4hiA rei^ bdoi^ to Qa 
iKk of mrve. 



StomiMr tt tiie time for out- 
law living, ^my 3«tfd, smafl or 
kffe, bm pdlbmtisi qiace for an 
i^<Aiw mMoor livh^ furee. (Jn- 
Cit^toll', t«> niu^ k(Miieown- 
«!i faidi ^dM in <tevek)piRg tue- 
id tod iMractive mj^Hkh' a^^s. 

A K^-develf^id <»tdoor ^Mce 
ftfk provide ^poituoities for 
bni^ retaxation, Mitdoor eating, 
fnterttinii^ ^^s, and recrea- 
1^ QKQiiing tiie outdcKjrs adds 
i^m to your house. 

Utt ^ioor living c^sta* may 
be a iwtio «ttached to the hou%, 
A-sa«€a«d {wrch, <»- a special 
Ma <hivdi^pMl ^m^where in tte 
^Bdm, pertiaps In tiie shade of 
^IlKp ti«e. To be effec^ve, the 
JtSMinti nxxn should hsve »iit- 
§Uk toniture. 

Armiod tte {^meters of this 
iMBB, futttttus we <^tt Kffiected 
Mr jttiwicy. Tlieie can be hed^ 
i|^ ^ntas, waUs, or feiK^. 
^bkMT IMng » iKrt too en^- 
itte if te mi^iMrs <^ s^ ev- 
H^m^ttwtttf^cn. Inaddi- 
fln to iMfi^e*f, <te sh^ocbi^ ma- 
inlid provltles a atru^ural tan^ 
•vork whk^ bf^ <3<^ite a pteiui- 

^^ ^ motiwr Jta]|K»t8»t 

Miadteraticm. ft can be prtrvkfed 

^ Ai^ to«es or irood <»- oiettf 

■tn^uim. l^ittMm of tite house 

kto ^ gvtai Iv MEtendi!^ file 

^f is ttottwr |»^Mtt;f . 

Devrioping outdttr i|m:« Aat 

>i<i(*<^l and dsvea te nee^ of 

oily is jn^itaM, bi^ c(m- 

ion alao !iKMM be gitwi 

„. .. eloping an attawtive deiffi. 

rma ti« «tti^ xtm, fte ow«n 

vie* AmM te aAtnetive. 0«vd- 

«piaat of « food p«^ ^v^ 

mne meuimg to ^» outdoor liv- 

Mgi^^. The eye may be directed 

% a distent view, a bird <be^, a 

a epedmai bree, or a ttiwtaad 
^mmai Uke a se^ or cibor. 

*n» Ih^g «iea ateiM be 
f^m^ sotbaftpbBt mtiuiA k 
naM md inter^tb^ during vsr- 
ioas seMos ^ the y^-. IMs a 
eapecii^ t^ if Cbe area te vis- 
ible frmn toom of Ak tewae. to 
vi^^, aelNt .itan^ and 
wMh cca^d bark, ever- 

>en fatop, or <s>kf*ld fruit. 
Miriii^ ^ r^ of the fern vary 
iiMtion <rf flowss, ataqbs said 
thees so ttirt you can seite nt^- 
ept thiw^g}MHA tte 9&eom. 

Conbi^ of «*Mrf^r in the livhig 
im Mp« to eitoM} titt len^ 
^ time tt oui be m^. Sl»de 
iNMscreen ^ ^ing area from 
pt «in. Wimttwreaks often cut off 
pne <^ Oie 1a& wind «k1 exAeml 
pi 1^^ ^ tinK tiie area can be 
p^ Garden piok hdp give a 
moiii^ eff^ in ^» snnpo^. 

Tte ^v^>|wnent of m atteaC" 
^ ttving arot ie<pites «a«fu) 
^tamimg and tmow-faow. A pkn 
«■ Ui^alni ^M»M be ^vekfied. 
^ - i^est MiuUa^ ouMitt flie he^> 

a la^oape ardittert or a niar^ 
>^mn 4wned m lai^»^ (^ 
^ pii For th^e who diotne to ^ 
^^ Iteir own <te^n. it wodd 
^ adrael^ to do some studying 
jpat. <jO0d Ml^s €301 be fou»i in 
§a^ magazii^. You may cm- 
§^ toB or TWile Urn WI Exten- 
§^ ibilii^ Room, filackdnirg, 
^^a, mai aA i<a ^dletm, 
ftf, "Design of the Home 
flwuM." 



ca%. "Wiis will e«swnige new 
growth which will fteirer and pro- 
duce a new di^ay of ailor. 

4. MUdew is often trmd)le8ome 
in late Slimier. Keeping the 
plants (Mvered witii a lUn^de 
will help to prevent this fiPam 
b^^mning a major problem. Fun- 
gicide must be iqq>lied at the 
first signs of mil<tew. 

5. Tall-growing amwals shiHild 
be staked to prevent di»nap 
fixnn h^vy winds or rains. 

Pruning of shrul^ neetfe M 1>e 
considered. Take time to lo^ 
over yovur trees and shrubs to see 
wlwtlMr they need to be prun^ 
to resbict ^r size and impiove 
their zppeaniux. Ilie grratest 
error in pruning is to deky too 
long in controlling ttie torn aiKl 
siM of youi% plants. Li^ fHun- 
Ing of evei^reens and bro^iteaf 
evergreens can be done during 
the iHinmier. The ultinute ^e 
desired for each plant in ti» iand- 
S(»pe should be decided. TMs al- 
kfws rnie to s^ri pruning »>on 
eMugh to preveM {drats inm 
fitting too Jarp for ttie ^ce 
aod j^vests ortrwdii^ of {duits. 
ChM^e the ^nrf} become too 
large, it is dif&»U to ndiKe it 
to ^ deansd si» md itope 
wklKM^ its lookb^ lNrtdm«d. 

Old wood tai deciduous spring 
Uoo^^ rimiN IMie Uac, f<H^ 
thia, ^iraea, taai w^^ can be 
ran<n^ mm \3iy ^amg out 
sMne of tte s^der abems. MaJBs 
tt» cuts ctoae to tte ptximl. De- 
lay fstttting of sunm^r-blmNnlng 
siadi>s tti^ faU or eaxly q>ring. 

AiMi^r in^rtant nAmetit in 
sunon^- lan^apmg work is the 
knm. Lale momer is the kteal 
ttne to stavt « new la^ oV to 
reiwvate m old oiie. 3a^ before 
^ei wealfaer is .a gi»A iane ^to 
fertile tawQ grassy. Fot com- 
plete details on lawn ^*lidi- 
men^ and maintenaiK^, ask ior 
Circidax- 818, "l^irj^^ss Gid<te 
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itovi^ver, iBwre are stmoner land- 
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MTTO CM.i ENDS 
IN DEATH FOR TWO 



i auto ^tts0 mM iM At 
— Ji of ^N^ ^1^ Mn^M^ 
early Sttedf^ ii^ tiie/^r te 

lott a fl^ Old mimmad M* a 
tree 
Kiueo vtw^ Jtioyai C. A^oi ft 

18. a MarfaM 4^(^ at ^ Niviri 
Shipyard In tm^tm^^ 4^m^ ol 
the our. mA9nak &, Umm U, 

19, Navy racUMun jseeood <^ss 
alio i^ta^d Id the fM^ani. , 

^A ««« <i^ w^ polii^ 
tttbm ^M^ &n^r arrived lA 



¥m Offers 
Mward For 
Theft Info 

^vM a fSO rewasid for inf or- 
JMitoi iwrting to ^ aneat df 
fnftte^M» to^ nib tte IMh 
^ MpHtaMit atom M week 
MMM^iled to fbimi down ttie 

I aiiltau«erR^lLNielssid 
Mt lb iMd MB to^B Mo 
iMMitea y^Hftw^ty nii^ wd 
€iiai el fie& and 1)0]^ of 




<Mid <fte UBiilalt tiio lel ^re 

Mda 4N bunding by piling pa- 

.,^ p«r aad ita» straw on top of the 

^^ ke cnmcNbiiMt and llghtinffJt. 






,. «niv teved the anUre Imilding 
irom burning dqwn,^' Niel eaid. 

fem^ i^Mlied by raMMee ami 
i»»ehfaa^ be aad. tbe emd 
kpMft ^ ^oM^et im not 
UMn bi^te e^ It n^ndd in^ 
^fy anMMnt to *Heveai tasMlred 

i 

unDeiui'sLuil 

li^n McKen^ of Uxi^^, Vir- 
1^ l^MJi, bu be» awards 
Kim O^ge Dean's LM bra- 
on tm^nw <rf )^ sdiete^l# 
£1 the fMd lenMla-. 

Sbe ^IMU we of ^ juniors to 
r^^w Uk^ h<»KH-. ^e is tlu 
4ratfM»r ot Urs. Maurice C. Mc- 
Kmmgy. 



ite wxm of tfie o^db aboM 
UkW am 

^lk» said Amm vm being 
pursued for ^Msedtng ai he ttw- 
eled aoott^m^lMenMit I^mI ti, 
Q>eeds <whi^<aqeAM lOO nttea 
per bmr. *nM piiming polke 
or draped . from tiie cteae 
momentarily as tiM cai^ ap- 
pi^d^ itt» Holand Road (for- 
OM^ Mdlaad ^Mun^ acN^) ii^ 
ter^ctimi to oaU fOT fe^^ 

Pol^ Slid AiBosflrost have 
itonnn^ on bis teaite ii te saw 
t)w iitteraecticn, irt^v ^mmovi 

Kii or tfidded tt feet across 
Holland Road and into a fldd 
wbere M traveled 2W f^Tin a 
straiglit line to <me of sevend ptaie 
trees in a fence row. 

U*«. J. W^ky said, *That car 
was cut neuly in h^ and 
wn^ped around a tr^. l^y bad 
to tow U off in piee^.*' 

l&Ki^' said Ainaa' ai^»i«ntiy 
saw the itop tign ei ^ emi df 
Roa«m)M Road at ^ last mbit^. 
itaA marks rt^t^ ^ere. 

Tbe deaths toougM to 24 tiw 
l(M of traffic l«Mi|ties in Vifi 
gink Beach -so fur tids year, 
niere were ^ {X^acntt k^d ba% 
in traffk acddente last year. 

The bodies of Amca and Ij^ris 
nfiffipe taken to Steitele Funerd 
Hon». 



Navy AMigns 
Recra^ For 

Beach ftng 

The- ISteval Aviation Inlttma- 
tton Offira of the Ncnrfolk arn 
tea announce tfw araignnMnt of 
petty offkiws, Cnari^ Stoirt, YNl, 
and Tom Binns, YN2, to the Vir- 
ginia Beach ana for ti» pu3^pa% 
of expkbili^ tlM Naval Air Re- 
serve progran^ now offered to 
Itevy vetorans aloiig with college 
and high sdMJoI ineai. 

Several of the aviation officer 
and enlisted programs en^le 
qu^fkd men to remain in scbod 
wMle bems affdiirted widA CIm 
^^vy, Iwf^g a specific trade 
jnior to «itern^ tl»ir required, 
active di^ period. There are £te> 
openings, at ttls tin^, in <^ 
l^val Ahr aix-month program. 

For furtiier infimnaUtn or per- 
sonid viaRs in Cl» home by these 
fepTtsBti^vm, call MA 2^11, 
SXT 4063 OB 2041. 




JOSE JIMINEZ.WILL APPEAR, 
HERE AT ELKS RODEO SHOW 



The» officera of the local Elks Ixxlge may appear relaxed, but they are putting forth some 
powerful "1«*in power" in planning the Annual Rodeo and Fall Festival this week-end. Pictured are 
(l^ to ri^it) Bill Camw, interguard and (xxhairman of Saturday's big parade; Robert L. Simpson, 
ejBUted ruler; Roland Cuddy, secretary; and Lee Hamrick, loyal kni^t. ( Boice Photo) 



Alt Aiietion 
To BoMfit 
Palsey Viotims 



VfitCAraA BJSACH— !!» lo<aa 
afiESiat^ of Parent Council df 
IMUed Cerend Pattiy wiB aye^ 
ms^m asi^aNotHA Nav«inber ao 
to riuae money for dw oi^pMtt- 
ti<m'8 mMuMf ftittd. 

The auetitm wU be l»ld in tte 
mmatam ^ntor <rf Star of tiie 
Sea Catii<rtie OiuzM. 

Alt to be aoU wiS be tb<» 
odgM "W&AsB <taaatod by many 
ndMMtn^ jotiMs. An eaStibtt of 
(M «t will be held prior to the 
aucUon 

3V» Sdiofayrf9# f\uid spons(H^ 
bandMi^ed difldiw for tiie De- 
vatofWwM and D^^Care Center 
is f^iidk aad n^k^ k poa^Rite 
for <t^K <^MreD to attend Oms 
day <^iq^ t^d M Camp Civ^m 
during IM swama trnz^. 

Xbe 9U<^ion wSIl be h^ in cm- 
action wUh tt^ anmral Sdioko^ 
fliiip Baz8»' for Om Handkif^wd 
and wiB be uMter 4be dlre^Sffin of 
M^ B^ CnmtotA, a Virginia 
Beadi aitiat. 

Further infomurtion may be ob- 
tained by cdling 428-2083 or 428- 
IMS. 



BRH)6E-TUNNEL MOTEL 
TO BE PRHfATELY BUILT 

BAYSmE — The Chesapeake, "at lea* $1,500,000". Space re- 



VKGINIA fiEACH— BiU Dana. 
odierwiae known as Jose Jknimz 
to millions of television fam, will 
apprar Sunday at Froi^r City 
during tiie three-day Fall Festival 
and Hocteo to be lield by ihe Vir- 
ginia Beach Elks this weekend. 

Feature attraction of the fes- 
tiral wiH be the six Rodeo Events 
by the stan: of the Southeastern 
Rodeo Association. Performances 
will be given Friday, Saturday' 
and Sunday. 

In addition, a purade is sched- 
uled Saturday morning when 
mounted girl scouts, aUj^ 
«)aches, covw^ed wagons^ budc- 
htoards, cowboys, Indians, milkary 
units, civic clubs and thirty or 
more Tidewater horsemen will 
march ud Atlantic Ave. between 
16th and" 31st Streets. 

Elks wiU sell t»llo<ms, popcorn, 
flags and aU the other parafrfmr- 
naUa needed to creato a f^iive 
albio^here. 

W. M. "C<rionel" Crim, feaUvid 
chairman, has announ<%d a buffet 
and dance will be held Saturday 
night at the Cavalier fe«^uring a 
menu of gounnet items and 
dancing under tbe ^ars. 

Music wiU be provided by Jack 



The show will be seen locally 
on Sunday ni^its on C^nnel 10. 

The festival wUl get undMTway 
witt) Friday nigM's rodeo per- 
formance, honoring Uw military 
men stationed in and around 
■Rdewapter. Military representa- 
tives will be ^eeted by Joan 
Ewell — ^Miss Virginia B^h of 
1963 and Nettie Saied— Miss Nor- 
folk 1963. 

The rodeo ev«its will present 
tbe added attraction of Bryant 



McCain New 
Amphib CO 



&iy &id^ tad Tuni^ Commis- 
sion tdadoted today 4hM it is con- 
sfcterij^ a prof^Ml to have an 
ifiM^ oi|@ffilx«t)on buM and 
opffirato a t^a^aAss^w motol 
m m% ^ tiie €io«tog's Jour 



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Hie Coimni^ii would enter 
into a long teim agre^neM to 
lease spa<% on the islmd ii re- 
bam for'ai)eroeatoge <rf toe fa- 
cfltty's gcois reee4>ts» J- Clyde 
Morris, Coiwnis^on Ejcecut^e 
Secretary, s|M. 

Any such structore probably 
vmM be lec|ted on i^ south 
^land of t^i^le ISumI chann^ 
nearer ilu n^nl^, Mentis said. 
K would have |o meet design re- 
<;pt£PSKtents ^ by ttie C(»simi3- 
sion! > / ' 

Several ffoxx^ are intere^d 
in maUl^ 'p^^ts^, Morris in- 
etieatod. iSoow ^^lese are pure- 
ly looil, some are Virginia organ- 
isations, and aom^ are .national 
diains." Ik ^d. 

Ihe Coims^on ^fidal saM 
one group propa^,a lO^-room 
motel and a 1^>^jA re^vraM. 
He estimated tiiat such a building 
WQ\M eiMail con^iucCtan costs of 



quirements would dictate a six or 
%ven story Imilding built to 
straddle the indUiMd roiSKiway 
rimp leadu^ down froin <^ 
ii^Md uvte Thini^le Shoii tuimd. 
The bHdge-tuniMl's c(«suaing __ 

|0i^Mftt sir ««*^ <rf-«te-^ m€ 'mmg 

VrnfToa^ Islands will provide ^ 

naiiting s^ntib for approximately 
zis^MTS. Tlie engineers have 
be^ asked to determine the best 
nM^od of controlling traffic 
movement between the ^nd and 
tbe bi^-^)Md cn»s- water lii^- 
way; Another £B<^r enterii^ into 
any ishyad use decisi<m is the 
avai^biUty of an adequate water 

wprfy- 
Mdrris ^a^dias^ed that no 

isiffiid installs^iK will ^be al- 
lowed to iMerfere with tiie 
tari^f^-tonnel's primary function 
as a iranspoiiation facility. 



. INDEX 

CLASSIFIED 

EDITORIAI. 

ENTERTAlNMiNT 


— 5 


FUNiRALS ^ 
SOCIETY 


— 4 


SPORTS 





Red Cross To Stress Swim Training Plan 



jmA/GGSA — iUanned by a 
fi^ of cbild drowninp ^y Ibis 
^WHoer, tbe Virginia Beach 
Ca»qpter of tte Aimerican ^d 
Cbm tiHi^it over 2,000 young- 
fken to ^Hm, <u- M Uut to over- 
0OBm ^eb- f^yrs of the ws^r md 

TOe ^ifiM' -wss gw® tiie mt 

I of tte ISdewater Swim €M$ pool 

V l^ore daaes w^e held front 9 

' AMI. nfllft «Bidown. "Wi TuM 

4|is«B vim :tt 1^ todc dark to 

9^ mU Mri. J<^oe nmvB, te- 

i^ttotor in diar^ of tfie pro- 

' fto«e paW employees took part 
is fl|0 ptog^sm but Mrs. PhiQii» 
i^ "iro (^KU^t tave dem K 
i^sttt tiie b^ of v<dttBtoer 
iwlOTS." Tlie voluirteos iiwlud- 
«il, e^ frem neari^ miWiffy 
a^l 18 3|«1 Ctom Volunt^rt. 
Wbn» ma^v^ of tbe city Rec- 
laim JkipKAmmA ^a w<»ted 

•ire ^md wWi tiUs ^m 

m^m mt m M &ym wouM 

, tea to mAn, but w« did A«ss 

tMo- aiAfty." 9bs. Aflbps sM. 

tt «U^m to pmontf M^pty ^ 

%eMftw reed^ i^truotion m 



«> to |iu^ Into m mMt to nn 
^Bttw IWKtt mm 1^ «« 

fi^ Mrs. mmt sM. *<^ 
Una ^ trnkm^mm irim ^ 
|Ua or a^i fttff ^M « to 
ilM tartte be%» ten aom^ot^ 



1^ is (pttMed. "Two drownings 
are worse tban one," abe ob- 
SKved. 

1^<^ child in the progtwn re- 
(%iv^ 10 hmin of ii^iidi<m at 
tl» pool. There were no free 
swim pertods, ju^ ckmns. 

In addition. 30 peo^* received 
senior lifesanng tiaiinng and 85 
received junka- life»ving. Tl% 
Virginia Beadi Rescue Squ^ vis- 
ited ttie pool anl provMted ^mu- 



Three Attend 
Motel Meeting 

VIWJfrJIA BEACH — Tliree 
motel <^peitors from Virginia 
Beadi iMM^d tih« r^iOMk con- 
vention of <^idjty Ooiuts Motels, 
}ac. ftiday ai^ Satimky lA tlu 
Park Uniwrsity U<M in CoU^ 
Park, Md. 

llwy v&e Jdm B. ftiMi, Golf 
lUnch aiMl Afiuttesr MbM»; Sd- 
oey KeMam, HeftMay Swcb; «ad 
.^Jbext Gfe^^pwm, <kem Randi. 

QittUty <kn^ m ampoaed ot 
(wer 500 ftan^i^d nuiMf with 
il,OW unite— %otti in op«niti<» 
^i ui^iff ooflitnietiMh- 4b Mlii 
#a^ ctf ^ Ifinta^ Riv& uid 
te «Mt@a GHHKla. 
, ftowever; te dHvn tas just CA- 
wMiMed ^um to "^ M^Mtf ' 
^ «pn#^ ^^ wpifw^iitaHon 

matern Caute. 



on^aUons of resiuictation tecb* 
mques. 

"We didn't realize at the stait 
how mssiy children wouM take 
part in tt," Mrs* WiiUips said. 
"There were mo* tham we coiM 
liandle and ve bad to turn a lot 
of ttiem away." 

'M». Nan^ Batdielder, chair- 
noan of the wMo* mtety pn^z^un 
said tl^ tii« 'Red Cross chapter 
tere has reM^ed many leias 
trtmi parents eiqiressii^ ^atttw^ 
for be trainbig tiiek chBdi^m r» 
celved. 

"The mmtm thM paitic^kited 
this amuner ^^ms tiie need for 
more pools where yre «wW carry 
on mx pR^titn," 4ie said. "We 
are practkily sumunded by lif- 
ter in this area. "WMi so nuoiy^ 
places where children could 
drown, it would be wonderM if 
OMre were itme pltmes where wtt 
ixiuld teach tbem bow to'sAi^ 
riive." 

PA PLAZA Cmc 
LEAGUE TO MEET 

HAZA — 11^ Prince AnM 
Plap Civic L^^ue wfll meet 
WMhi^^ ^ 8 p JO. lA tbe T%mi 
MeuM^iu^ Seteid. 

J^te^^totedkoi^Kd vW. 
be a itf^MSd Moumnity ceaati^ 
uMla T^^malL. 

AX i^toeeas Amw Pita Pe^ 
(doits am ii^tod to attsil 



Lind and his ordi^tra. 

At the Sundi^ rodeo perform- 
ance, Mayor Frank A. Dusch wiU 
present Bill I^uia with a Freedom 
S^en tie clasp and wfll wektMm 
him to Virginia Beach. 

Dana, who lias appeared on 
aich shows as the Steve Men 
Show, tiie bno^ne Co<a Show, 
&ye 'Maltha Raye Sbow aaoA tbe 
Danny Thomas Straw, wiQ a^ m 
his _own 'BlJll Ogftt ^bjw" ^^f^^ 




Survey Cards 
Being Mailed 
Area Fanners 




Li^ cf ^Hii^Men Vke tl^ will be ^v^' with %ed Or^s 
waJ^ saf ^ trmian^ (BaUwte ?\«m) 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Post- 
maMer J. T. Crasswhite, Jr., an- 
nounced today tba^ seveftd fum- 
er-patrons on Runti and ^ar 
Rmites will receiw 1963 Acreage 
Survey cards tma (beir cttrr^rs 
smnet^ne during the week of 
September 16. 

Your Post Office assi^ the De* 
partr^ent of Agriculture each 
year in making Ihk and two other 
surveys. 

Acreage cards r^uiiKd by 
farmers to their earners wiQ be 
mailed dire^ to Hm Virginia 
Crop Reporting Se^ce in Rich- 
mond. Infomurtion from each 
jCard, if properly reported, wil 
tiien be tabulated aM cwnbined 
with (^iier report to gi\« indica- 
tions of changes in acrei^es of 
crops harve^ed. Using these fAiM 
estimates for the Old D<nmnien'8 
principal crops will be maMle. 
Other surveys provide the Crops 
Reporting Service witii' atfonaa- 
tion on yields. From these esti- 
mates the outconK and probable 
size of each of ^ 1993 oops 
will be d^srmii^. 

So, if next week you find in 
your mafl box a buff c<^n«d card 
having ten dosely-fmnched hcAea 
along the top, don't |wt 'A aside. 
Postm^ter Croswhite urges tiM; 
ywi fill out the card and return 
it to your carrier. This s in^tort;- 
ant since only a given number of 
farmers will reoeiw these cards 
And your OHnmuni^ «U be 
represented according to 4iK 
number of cards retimted. 

. Incidentally, the ten b<4n at 
file top of the card are xised to s^ 
the canls up for speedy totaling 
in ithe office of the Virginia Crop 
Reporting Servi<». 

Carriers helpmg with thte sur- 
vey ai«: 

Emrat M. S^ieca, Jr., M. One, 
Prin<^ Aime. 

Virginia McClanan, Rt. Two, 
I^n<«se AttK. 

•MiMred D. 'Mutetairst. 8t 
One. B^ek B^. 

Marion G. Br^^it, Rm^ Fwir, 
Vii^nui fie^Mft. 

Artiiur £. I^difiekl, SUur Rt 
5» Vi^iimi BeaclL 



UTTLE 0REE2C — Vice Adm. 
John S. McCain, Jr. relieved Vke 
Adm. Horacio Rivero as C(»n- 
mander Ainphft)ious Force, U. S. 
Atlantic Fk»et, Saturday in cere- 
monies held on board the tank 
^ding ship ilteSi^o C<Minty at 
little Creek. 

Vice A(^. Rivera, who as- 
sumed command of tbe ^Potroe <») 
Cot 15, 1962, wtt become Deputy 
Oii^ ctf flavsl <^)$rations dD^ 
velopment) in Washrngtcm, D. C. 

During his tour as C^nanBider 
•f tile Atlai^c Fleet AmphAe. 
tte Force's ^ ^iii» have been 
c»Iled on to ourry out a nmnbtf 
of important tnis^ns in far-fbu^ 
areas of tbe wtiiU, from tiie 
Antarctic Ocea^ to^ H0lkM- 
tantic; from tiae Me^MwsMMi 
1^ to €Kfe €ii^b« ai^ ■ •^mi^ -- 

B^ admiral are txmiAieTs of 
the Naval Acadeiity dtes of 1931. 

Adm. McCain was ^vated to 
S-a^sT'^ raidc when he asumed 
conymnd of ihe 20,000-man At- 
ki^ Fleet Anqduhious Foixe. 
He ims been soitog as the Nail's 
Chief of Infonmation in Wash- 
ington. 

Ifis varied career Indies c<Mn- 
mand of ^m submarine, a aib- 
nnrine division and a mibnurine 
squadron. Om^t action in 
World War II eam«l htan ti» Sil- 
ver SiK and Bronze Star Medals, 
among many other awards and 
citations. 

In tbe surMce fleet he has com- 
maa<ted the attadi tRm^wrt USS 
Monrovia of tiie Atkntic Fleet 
Amp^ious iFon%, and tbe heavy 
cruiser USS Albany. 

He l^ks also commanded Am- 
phHiious Giwip Two and tbe .^n- 
phibious Training Command, both 
in tlK Atlantic Fleet Anq^ncNis 
Force. 

Tbe namesake srai of a vice 
admiral, Admiral M<<:;iun himself 
has a mmesake son wIk) is con- 
tinuing t9ie family trwlition of 
naval service. 

He is married to the lormo' 
Miss R<*erta Wright of (Los An- 
getes, Calif. They wMl r^ode in 
Quuters A M tbe IM^ Cr^k 
Naval Anq>hibious Base. 



205 Farms 
Set State Aid 



PRINCESS ANNE— A total of 
2H^ farms have been approved 
for financkd aid in adopting soil 
dnd water conserving practices 
through the Agriculture Conser- 
vation Program during 1963 by 
the Virginia Beach Agricultural 
SbdiHization and Conservation 
Committee. Co*-sharing funds of 
1^,087.00 l^ve been idlocated for 
ibis work frwn tbe F^ed«tf i^- 
^nment. 

"The a^oup th^ year om out 
of every three farms in ^ttw omm- 
tzy wis be assi^«l in this vytal 
and coirtinuii^ rea)urce savii^ 
w»'k," said Russdl DucUey, Chair- 
mm of the County CasamMee. 

"The ACP faas rsMdied 411 
•iiarate farms durmg tbe past 
five years. R«;eiitty, we have en- 
douraged operat<ns of snail farms 
to tate part in U» fMi^nm, and 

(OmtlniMd Mi Pag* 4) 



Pace, one of Tidewater's out- 
standing horsemen and rope ar- 
tists in a ridii^ and reding per- 
foitnance wifch his horse, 'f^". 

Baton artist Kathleen Peirce 
will also perform. 

Rodeo performances are srfied- 
uled for 8 p.m. -Firday nigM and 
2 p.m. Saturday and Sumlay at 
Frontier City. 

Saturday's parade wiU be^n at 
10 a.m. starting at lAh ^. and 
Atlantic Avenue. 

The buffet dinner wSI be held 
at theCavalwr Hotel from 7:^ to 
9 p.m. with dancing fnwi 9:30 at 
the Cavalier Beadi md Catoam. 
Club. 

Rodeo tickets are avaiMile at 
$1.50 per pe^tMi ai^ t<ff the dbi^ 
ner and dance at $12.00 pet 
coiqile. 

W&M Course 
Sites Named 

VmCffOA BEACH — The Cd- 
kge of WiiUam and Mary bas an- 
nounced pkns to again of£^ 
courts through its extensicm pro- 
gram in various centers ttarmi^ 
out tbe City of Vb^nia Beadi. 

Th^e owis^ win all carry 
three seme^^ hours <3«dit ai^ 
«nne may be taken for giaduate 
credit Mi dass^ will run frtm 
7 to 10 p.m. 

A list of tiassaa, lotion aad 
dates for r^straUon is as fd- 
lows: 

PrinGCM Amis Hqph S^rooI 

MoidiQr. aMotiag S^. 23: Ecto- 

meirf a^ IjNurtiing 

Tuesday. Parting Sept 24: Ed- 
ucaticm 517 Wx: The btfonn^iQO- 
al ^rvic^ in tbe Guidawse Pror 
grams; P^cbdogy 201 Ek: Gen- 
eral P^chology; Edu<atidi 437 
R: LHwary Science - Itef««oce 
and BibUi^pliy. 

Tlwrsday, i^aiti^ &pt. Mt 
Educaticm 490. Ex: Ait for TeMb- 
ers; Engli* ^1 Ex: En^A iM- 
ensure. 

uwn nvm 

Monday, Sept. 23: Secreti^Ml 
Science 301 Ex: f^nMiui^atals of 
Shorthand. 

Tuesday, Sept 24: %«« M 
Ex: PuMic ^peaking 

OcaMia Nwwl Air Sitfion 

Monday, S^ 2S: ^0^ Itt 
Ex: Granmar, Cwr^x^ition aMl 
I^ratore; Ma^i^natics 112 Ex: 
Colkge Alpbra. 

Tuesday, Sept 24: Mathematics 
113 Ex: Trigonom^y. 

Tburscbiy, Sept »: Histoiy 
201: American History. 
LMIaOrMk 

Wednesday, Sept. 25: m^pess 
481 Ex: &isic Cmnputer Om- 
cQ>ts; Spanish IW Ex; Elem«ir 
tary %ani^. 

Fort Story 

Mimday, Sept 23: Miatiwmatics 
103 Ex: A^bra-TrigcmMa^ry. 

Tuesday, Sept 24: En^i^ 101 
Ex: Grammar. ComfKia^Mi asd 
Literature; German 103 Ex: Ele- 
mentery German. 

•nnnrs&y, Sei*. 26f Bu^aess 
^1 Ex: BusiMSS Law I; Gown^ 
ment 1^1 E^: Iirtniduotion to 
Government and Politira; SpaniA 
1(»: Elementary Spani^. 

"Further information may bft 
oWained by contacting F. E. 1^ 
lor. Extension Coordina^w, Wp» 
ginia B«Kdi City Sdiools, Sdiool 
Administration Building, Virginia 
B^di. The tdephone nuratowr s 
340-8633 or 3408634. 

BURGLARS ROB 
DRIVE-IN MOVIE 

BAYSI>E — Burglars entered 
tiie <rffice of the Shore Drive-bi 
Movie Theatre anl scaped wiA 
nwre Una $1,000 in late Siteirday 
or early Smday. 

The ^irglary ms dteov^^ 
at 6 a.m. &inday by Oanme 
imes, an «nployee of the ttMiti(« 
wbo f «md tbe sale bad bem 
^^ open: 

An inv^^Mm <rf iba »aa 
vm» made W Ma^v» H. U» 
H» and C^W^m oi Vk^ia 
fieacft Foite. 



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HjC. - 
I pMn^ NtoA l^ gPB becam e 

flfnMff A wiMMi( 

O^ t^»dta^ ^ 2:M ym tai 
Ita^w^ MeaKvial Baptist 

fit ftiv. Ik <r. IQ& 

r^^MMr of (te cfaimA, per- 
nt to^^ tte (iRigtir «| 

ifr. Md iMt. 9i^«e. i^in 0t 

gnma n te am ollCr. and Mra. 
pwM rt HaiH I oli << ttffciay, 
Mo. 

Hw mm im gvMi fo nuv- 
^ bar littler. 

M^ a weddi^ ti^ to Na|p 

^^ftridfe ta a M«S pRdHMte 
tf Nttvkw im^ Sdiool, ^orfol^ 
Md to pbnni^ to i^mmI (M Do- 

AttMcd file Vitfwersltr <a ma- 



Engagements 



WARD-^IOHNSON , 

ywmmM m^m ^m.mi 

im. mmnJL IMA imoiaKe 
tke w^pgimwit ol fli^ ^bi^^ 
te. IMi Mii^ Marie W^ to 
Gttto SeNan JabMKi A*. 

lb. mmm hm «» •< ifr 

mA lici. Oib Sefiram JcAnson 

Ite INni if • gredMlt ^ 
^H^ ttgl Se^elaad attnted 

a Btobsr <rf <kUBM Zeta MM 
«y. 

^1^ of n^hiMM^ «4 fsaA* 
^id £reih ^nnn (Xuiie, 

gb^itf by ^ BWfliB^ bus in &U- 



Niam and Vaden Levene Cud- 
nwth were manned Satordio', 
Mguat 31 irt 4 p.m. ia Unt 
Uitte«n ChuitA. The Rev. L. W. 



[^ jM^«-, elfiektecf. 
1%e in^ & flw daughter of 
Mr. ani Jim. iiawrenoe A. Nilsen 

gtoQdi toW it of Mr. mams. 

The l»i<k's fatto: g ave i »r in 

inM of be^. ftidesflilddl wen 
■to «tf MiMi, sidtar «f tti 
biMe, Ifiae Piiii Davidam <d Vk- 
gfaua Boadi and Wm BMa SwiIp 
^ of ChatliM^Pr^. 

B. P. VtieiaKa V. ms (^ raan. 
Gfooonsnen were Bdtmi Meefa^ 
Janes TruB sM Robert Ritfps. 

A rec^ptim wse field i^ tlie 
diurtft xkM tafi. A^ar a ired- 
dbif tr^ owr ^ Sli;ynie Drive 
and tbe Koe Bidge itaurtal^ 
the (^MQte iA five tii HmMk. 

Gkr»i# To Me^ 

ARAGONA — Hie Angam 
Civk hiagie wiM, lK>]d a rq^tor 
n^9ti^ lUurad^r, S jsa. «t tte 
Aiajawr tltiiiniftflr Jlifaftt Ihe 
oMxn fOT 19^44 iR^ be m- 
staied Iqr L. diaries Boiia^, 
yMMc^ of ^ Vk|^ IfoM 
Oi^Aitl M Clfk Oi^Bkjtk wM. 

Airi W. mtmtmf. »'^ ^^ tw 

ftit irtee 
Mftaii Ai%« tio- 
^m pititWiif} lbs. 
Kiiq^lbtu^, 

TtaMlt «» IfA, Beb- 
^ Hn^p^, M^vfei SiefAerd kbA 
Mm 



PerK>nal ^nlion 

Mrs. deny M. Atfibtum wiH 
^ei^ ^s weetoad as tiM gue^ 
tf llfcfid mA. Itetti A Nkiflr 
^ ^M* home iwil itaAo^ 
«iiK Ifrs. A^ibtts wifi lie {»* 
#^ Ju#lt ftt tte ftentegtoli 
AinA tMb HoraMiow on ^ 
day. 



lite Felicia Ram, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Renn, of 
S$y CdtoBf iBBieft to itssuiw hw 
^udies at St. Ibaffs in Rald^ 
NoaO iC^drfflna. 



IKr. iwl Mrs. JMftei D. Miftn, 
Dr. aad Met. Robirt WAb ttfi 
Dr juKi Mrs. William Russell all 
e« Peli^MBFg, «« 9«i« Mi» 
«eek«id 4 the ftftanesi A»e 
CS>untiy dWb. 



ft:, and Mrs. H. DooiM Clarte 
mxA CMr am «Bfd deu^ler, re- 
tunwd Sunday to Oieir hon» in 
^esEuidrat, a:^ tusMi^ Mrs. 
Obefte's fnren^ Mr. and Mi*. 
Julian S. Lawtemx irt tf^ir faonw 
m CavaBer ^tak. 



^M i^^ GHtam, dau^iter of 
Ifr. and Sfrs. George CMUam, will 
l^ve today to reaune ber studies 
flt S&afctord Gi^ge in^Oov^. 
H^ aisttr, Ite Uvy <^Oten has 
Ml to enler St i/kry's Jva^s 
C«Cl^e in l^deigh. N.C. 



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TEEN TOPICS 



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A Sl^MAdr Weddittg te 

mm^ ft i^ ^ SU imm 

anni SralMtaito^ii ^ Vidtm- 
^ «f l^cgite Scfeeolifil ftostag 
to nerira 41^iwH» ffltfifa^ aftv' 
#Me yeidv of 0tfy 

aifc wfll lafee 4iMi 
te OelAe to b»- 
&nie n^it^ed inizsa. 




t«« « o tr o« G O D-1*« 
§riM» Jtak; JCtab iA bM ib 
mMm ti im ammm ^^ed- 

^' fti pnslion^ ^98. attflBMI B. 

iftclttde Mrs. 
.MjMwft <#^ in^l^hla 
ftM vwe pi^Sw^ti Mfi. 
A. flUvMSKtt M fftii iatt, 
aaMi^ vice fCttridesiT Wifc mt 
liam B. Clark of PMrfolk, tr«a- 
mw. 9n». Hoinrd ^ttttt ^ 'Vir- 

and Mrs. M. Bbnd Dbdley <tf Tir- 
^nia Beach, correepondiiig 8e<^ 
tory. 




in aaofMI 
oltte 
f1hrw|trrtn fti|r 






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AS 
Mtttuaiftlmitoito 



MMfMii«*MHi^lMn^ 



ttds 



iBMifWT^flt^ OMner, ptes- 
Mat ^ tte MHftu SnaeilB; 



tten^ fiA fcnUt it a iumtiBi ff 
Oe EmMvt Bnrd to tar beU 
todibt at a pA.| it <3ie ltt»ia 

Ob Iftt ^taiiaF nil • lbs ^K- 

itf • new frwiimf^ «id <fte 

e( "SiMr y^KtofT ier 

to ud fmn 




tHAUA f^A 

TMMM -<• TIm Psf^nt Teadi- 
fiis Aii^Allioii of T%tfat sSemen- 
titfy ^iM in ^v^^ Heart 
apMlRired a hinc&KW .ivoenri^ filF 
m^nbess of dK P.T.A. ate 
iKNda to itadrats and for al ilK 
tuEsf^ of ^e eAodl 

viK 11. tf. flti^ ms dabiBifw 

^' MI^ t rill I frrrlHii- .Madt ilfl II B^M ^1 

w OK Zjunuuenr, ms oeuoisieu 
tiM tabtes with a uni(^e at^^^- 
Wnit of am^iAetf tandt bo]|»— 
liAdi^es wMh a ^MeSand AMI 
wMb vai^is ^Mt<M sdMftiB. 

f^sod ms pn^nred idrI SQi'ved 
by ibe staff of Ibi. Ao^ «i^, 
1^ ii £a dsArge of Ae school's 

.^NMt Idi^ l^eits wfB pt&i^ 
eiA. cms Q^^, Piinrifal, isMh 
dueed the P.? A ittMn ri to ' s to (be 



Mi» Key H(N3ey retomed 
^^1^ to her bmne <ri ftiAm 
tjlM aMr ^^itt&g a wedc wA 
i^ fft^&p«e&^ Mr. and ifrs. 
Htagh Cimip in New YoA City. 

I/, and Mn. G<»d<ni M. Stoe- 
mSset, Jr., and ftei^ y^a^ 
^y^lht^. of <^D9 Le^une, N.C. 
w«re tl» recent vhUws of M^. 
SioeBs^er's pffeals, Mr. and 
IKrs. C Hiffl Slirilta^ ft tMsr 
bone OB Biy Ce^^ IMn. 



1^ Mm O&rmf Dasy. dhugh- 
ter <rf Ifr. wd Mrs. Ifere Siqr, 
his raaflned ftn- 8to#es ait St. 
Mary's S(*ool in Raleigh, N.C. 



Mis. Chai^ HoMon of Alex- 
aoMi m qi^iAng a moi^ at tte 
Prhie»i ^HM Couirtry Club. 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sate ol 
WfflaBStcm, N.C, sp«^ the 
#eti»nd v^Ming Mr. «id Mrs. J. 
E^glM Hu^oxl A ttMBT home on 
i^Qi R Mr. «Bd tbt. Sale are 
fiffsur T^ltenls of Ve. Beadi. 



Utti. WMam h. Gili»n of 
RidimoiHl sp&cA the week«Ml 
vj^tte Ism mm ai^ ttan^iter-fn- 
law, fc an* Ifts. W. L. GfflMm, 
Jr., in B^ C<d(my. 

i^M^ MM W ■ tmm w. II— ■■i . .ii«iii»^ » 

Branch Features 



VBIGVHA BEACH — Mrs. 
itobet H. Etti^r^ge and Mrs. 
R^wit H. BaiMo eirtratai^ 
Tb iig i d iy lawnwg at a toMxA in 
boMT <rf lfiia«» Qsnet lEIizabeth 
lfo(n« , Msolha Aaae Beed and 
Maiy Harrison W^e, tturee of 
aab 1962-63 season's debutairtes. 

T%e ;^y wiffi teM in i^^ 
Btbeie^'s h«iM, 1443 Wood- 
^Mise 9^d, A^ton. The other 
^le^ were tibe <tetN^anl» of tbe 



FIRST STOP 

ON THE WAY 

TO SCHOOL 




'Med md mm i|t— Ho« oftev #e faear^Urfl 
ammkl Well I ttoiit it miit be «tood WM: 
h»e a fcigge ^^o^^rgvjy thft <aafcii»Jfti 

/tft you MMHnHv^MrwoMFHktf tD 
xU irritidsle? 

Wean ^WUfcf » jW s>|^ »Wi«|f M |ott 
do, <» if f#i Ai!f fi) e^ what oob^S^ a good 
breakfast, this may be it» reascm tor the proUems 
I Kmc ^ dieiiliQeid; ^ 

#fet doii't y(W eat ^veaktast? fs H because you 
don't like it — ^haven't got the time to eat — aren't 

ifc sfe vnyt tv cMVMMr v «HBe floir 




18%; 



BtitMrt iBtf be yoar hat by eaf- 

Sti flMilk iMii fMliHi ifiottt mSb^ 

•i^^gmii^^ j^ iLMi^lHkBi^ tit*' 

tsS jtMt (oe Ww oe nt' 



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Tri-Hi-YWf 
To Busy StM^ 

VIRGMM SBAOH—ThA o«& 
ceil and st ydjgg titlM 

MS .^giiia Bae* 
, bail hed tbAM Ete- 
V9 oihou'i meitlQgB in re- 
cent weefci. The Con$tlbkkm and 
Mnt^^^ 'ime mMten and 

^ ^ ^M B ^igH f jff ^ j ^BBJ it i^ ttft flnt L 
n^Mir niMv flM Afl. ittn, 
servioe and moBag^-^oAldiig pro- 
jects were proposed aod di»> 




#tat is impertant to you— yow ha r persooBlity, your 

scbeol smtj^y oet f^|ive. A& ef r- ngs suf fer wt^lhe M ft 

a (oov wentfasi!. Hne Bi yoer proui su aught fran scknBfe MUsiMR 

J. "Wbnr yoo sec A^ aitoate bredrfaitt, you tan tttoi ,out 
aMt tfork darbit flie lite mondm ^on, you ate cpdB&er 
jMjtmi ttr ' you do not tke as caslfy.'* 

WIW wtti ^x^ipped, your woit on^ a leas, mem^T 

WWm pf Ai» jrapfa^pHPHbt mean you- mm WfKft. 
pmSm^K d^ lim etfatriei reaiain constant." ^ 

Anf ibiost inpbftoiic fof you girls to renenbtnr is tbif durinn 
yoM «llliM» year* mu body stores up ibe ooMMil Hwt your 
cWiiliV Me^.'»^ i yoiic sstjiig hsbiei «^M iHM ym are 
taHMg 8 eftaace oi Ibe good hesldjf of younatifAeff. It is tdmost 

C9 IPC oM MMHHi yVW SBOS WnnOIR MBfll i 



2. 




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VUlGi 

fier 1. 'Rear 



H you fmd breal:fasQr 
sdHMftlH flltfilk Mm 
fflHUli ]|Mi iHHWe.to hsve. 

I know, to say "Eat a good breatiast" is easier sAidAiD done 

TlKfe IS WBf iHMHi WDjF yVHT iMHBBt Hi ti W 
cMisuoiaig. ^ ' 

How ^Kh'you 1^^ to citt tt (fet^mined by yew, but^ tihe t^pM 
(rfy^i^ yof a«^ to ipd«de an vecy uaportant budnde fro* or 
juft^, bteakfii^diweal ^ai m «tlwr wbote pvin (x offidbed, nulk, 
bread, butter &t nw^tfUM. Many pe<^ ite» ii^ude ^ip «id 
breakfast meats, but ttese can be gc^n in other m^db Aroii^lioirt 
the day. - 

,ifere are sotne Mreakftst id^ts pn otf^ Wks t» by 'tet are 
different and Ck)od! 

Peanut Butter Waffles to serve as a cer^ sul»tlbite: 

mAMTl ^fttftt WAIFLES 

% cap short^k^ ^ H (^ sagaf 

% cup peanut bi&er* 2 cups nuUt _ 

2 cu^ PaiKske Ma 2 c^^ 

% cup chOffi^ peanuts 
Melt shortening and permit butter te^emer; mix weQ. VUce 
all ingredients (except peanut) ia bow|; beM witti tt^aiy be^^r 
until fairly smooth. Stir in ptiUutS. flam baiter cmto ^oH mMt oM^ 
Bake waffles until steanwig stops. 
., To freeze waffles, corf dioroug^Jy; wr^ in foB. Fieas im- 
mediiiely. To sex^m, unwrap aa^ heat in toaster. S^ve ha€ wfift 
butter ani hmiey. Makes 5 s^v^i. 

llAlSflf SPICE O ATRIAL 

Sth- 1 teaspocm einNumm, ¥t tes^mt watio^ aad % mf 
rakirn 'aSto boiling s^ted wztet htiom aming o^. Oxk as axau. 

Imsmt wiik oiApntiiinf sauce 

For 4 servii^ i^i^eie a fMn ome^ by beating tog^er just 
until well combing 6 (^ff, V4 <mp milk, % t^opotxi salt md p^l^r 
to ^»te.'NMt 3 taUesfoeoi bul^ or huoprbie m skffle^ penr ia 
egg mixture and cocJe ova- tow h^t 'f^bm^Mt, torn oMo m^^ 
platt^ fol(h^ M^tot ia hB#, rat cfaiAmy saut^ in osoter and 
over top. Good, too, wiA rtwroe rr y at d/mj pre^rvtai cv <Hrai^ 
marmala^. ^ 

BANANA MILS 

Mash ^ banaim, tttl 1 e^ 1 eup mflk and 1 t ri>l e spooB i^ar. 
Beat until well blended; jxwr iirtd • bdl ^ass; i^teUe wMi 
nran. Choose ftrom fte fruit and iN^d potft to coaxMe puMR. 

£k> tiy eating breaMipt Dai't kM yoiss^l—it mtoea a 
d^efence so play it aauaU 



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Sindca fdk an tnvitad to vtsii 
as i» liMM HMndng. 

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Home Pedei^ 






An Open Letto To All Parents: 



Dear Parent: 

If yew havo a ^*W in your home this letter is ©»p^ki% Important to you. ^ 

At the b^tnntng of a n^ ^No(^ twwi, ydw, m a pflrvnf> m>mI We as ophthal- 
mic pfacti'tlofws shtxiW be parflcularty concerned with the vision of our childrai. 
A r^ent refxsrt from the Setter Vision Institute pKslnts ©ut the need for this con- 
cern with statistics that show that one out of every four ditk^en t^y needs eye 
care or a rvsw pre^ylptlon. 

1 

Periortc eye exanilna#cms are Important to the weW^^ebi^ <rf every child. 
Th^ shdoW t» as routfni as other aspects of health card. ^^ #frough ri^ular 
profession^ ey# canl <aw a dilL _ . suaf pnrttem fae <teleitnlfw^ at an early 
stage §nd t^ rM€)esa«y s^s be takeil fd corre€f It before It glvis rise to other 
a^ olHin pwater f^M^iflms. 

If your cNW has not had professiwial eye <are recently, we urge ^u to 
make an appolnftnent now for him to have a complete eye oxwtwnatten. Good 
vision as he starts the Kiht^ yei^ tm be his n^t imfmrta4# fl»sefc 

We owie rtm to <»r ^Hmn, 



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DUCK SEASON RUNS 
50 DAYS; LIMIT THREE 



A 50 day dutk searon wWi « 
(teily limk <rf fliree ms selected 
by the C3ommiMk» <rf Game awi 
Inland Fafmwi folkwiM « pyb- 
Ite mectii^ ta Ridnnoao Aiigtt* 
24, the seaKm to Is^ at nowv 
(EST) Ttevembrar 16 and cwl 
Januwy 4. This is an inci«aM of 
one diwk in Ae daily bi^ over 
Ijwt year's season. In additkni to 
the regular Ing limit, hvnte^ 
will be allow^ 2 scaup daily. 

A 10 day increase in die goo«c 
season m gran^ by *e U. S. 
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the goo^ s^s(Hi in on 
N<^n%er 7 and tettii^ it eml 
Jwiuary 15. Goose hun^s vt 
allow^ 2 Canadas and 6 bnm 
4iily. 9KX)tiM hcMirs ma nuutae 
umil sunset for all waterfowl 
with the ex(^Jtion erf the noon 
c^jener on ducks. The Ccmwaiii- 
sion proposed to rescind ibt r^r 
ulation which cuts off Back Bay 
^ootis^ at 4 p.m. This m^isure 
will be gifven final considemtion 
at the next Cwttmissbn meeting 
and its imssage would |MJt Back 
Bay on Ae regular sunrise to sun- 
set scheduled observed througji- 
out the rest <rf the State. 

The daily duck bag of 3 is fur- 
ther restri<^ in that it may not 
include more than 1 hooded mer- 
ganser, 2 wood ducks, or two 
mallafd and black ducks com- 
bing. The possession limit of 6 
which applies to birds taken on 
more than one day may include 
2 hooded merpnsers, 2 wood 
ducks and 4 mallard or black 
ducks cmnbined. Hunters niay 
also possess 4 scaup in addition 
to the above limit. Hunters can- 
iK)t l^ally have more than one 
day's bag limit with them while 
in the fields, fwcsts or waters 
of the State. 

The Umit on rthw wat^rfowi 
which may be taken ddrii^ the 
duck season inclutte 8 coo^ daily 
and 16 in tXHsession and 5 
Amerioui ana red breasted mer- 
^nsera combined daily and 10 
i^ posKssion. These are in addi- 
tion to the regular duck limits. 

Widi diis coming big game 
sKi^ns only weeks away, the 
Game Commissicm reminds hunt- 
en Uiat it is time to dust <^ last 
season's trc^ies and prepare to 
enter them in the CommissiMi 
sponsored Big Game Tro0iy 
Contest. Thu year's final compe- 
titicto is slated for 8 p.m., No- 
vttnber 2 in the Municipal Ar- 
Biory at Newport News. Entries 
must be received by 5 p.m. of 
diat day to be eligible. 

B^ore bein^ eligible f(»^ state- 
wide competitKMi, trophies must 
be first entered in <he appropri- 
ate regional contest. The We^m 
Regional CcMrtest for animals 
killed West of the Bliw Ridge 
will be held Oc^ber 17, 18 and 
19 at the Nitiooal Guard Ar- 
mory in Harrisonburg. Prizes few 
Western regional winners in all 
(fccr dassn (iro bear) will be pro- 
vided by the Harrisonburg-Rock- 
ingham County Izaak Walton 
League, sponsors of the We^ern 
Contest. 

Eastern awipetitioo will be 
held November 2 at the Munici- 
pal Armory, 2900 Warwick 
Boulevard, Newport News. The 
Virginia Peninsula ^XMtsman's 
Association will spoosor die 
event and provkle prizes for win- 
ners in all classes. Animals en- 
tered must have b^n killed East 
of the Blue Ri(^e. 

O^ses tor ^ate and regional 
competition include Qass I, Nine 
points or more; Qass II, seven to 
ei^t points; Class III, six pointe 
or less; Class IV, Bow and Ar- 
row; and Qass V, open bear Di- 
vision (Eastern and state contests 
onlv). The Conmission of Game 
and Inl^iKl Fisheries will provide 
trophies for state winners and 
ceitificaiK erf Merit for runners 
up. 

Deitails oa the Western Re- 
gional Contest can be obtained 
from Kermk Dovell, 955 South 
Higji Skreet, Hanisorrbure. Entry 
pro«dure and ftulher informa- 
tion on die Eastern and Sfarte 
Q)ntests may be obtained from 
W. R. Harris, 4 Gr^nland Drive, 
Tabb. Entries will be judged on 
a modifi^ v«^(mi of die Boone 
and Crockett System. 



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48 Fishes wltti 
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48 Certain 
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49 Kitiah sckO(d 

52 Theater asat 

53 Seed cor«lB| 

54 Public i>lace 

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period oniiM 

57 R<»iaaroad 
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59 Neutral color 

62 Yellow bttgle 

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Virginia B«Kh SWM^NEWS/ Tuesday, Septembar t% Iflf 
¥ Pag»\3^ 





Channel 15 
Started 7tb 
Year Monday 

NORFOLK— WHRO-TV, Chan- 
nel 15, Monday opened its 7th 
year of in-school instru^onai 
programs and its third year of 
ni^ time cultural programs. 

The diannd is a men*er of the 
National Educati<Hial Television 
and Radio Center of New York 
md is oft^ referred to as ttae 
"Fourtti Netwock;" t 

Yet HMiny peqide in tai^. Tide- 
water area are not awai% of 
Channd 15. 

WHRO-TV provides a 
service -:- daytime in 
programs for the class 
the Norfolk ai^ Hampton jsibool 
syst«ns aiMl ni^t time dRersi- 
fied programming which encom- 
pass fine Biis futures, music in 
aU forms, fircnn opera to jazz, 

drama, e^ierin^irtal and tradi- 
tional in scope, interviews with 
nationally and internationally 
known men and women discuss- 
ing a variety of critical worltf 
problems and dooimjentary and 
public afi^un presentations using 
the in-depth tedmi<pe to care- 
fully «malyze caus^ and effects of 
up-to4he-minute world news 
events. 

The in-Khool program sched- 
ule iiudud^ sudi iMfw features as 
a s^es on Conununifin ('"ITireat 
to !Freed<«n"), instructions for 
elementary sdwol difldren on 
how to read newspapers, courses 
on social studio for the 4ih, 6th 
and 9th grades, history for tiie 
7th and 8th grades, science for 
the 3ra, 4fch, 5th and 9th grades, 
mu^ for tile 2nd ami 5th gi^es, 
math for tlw 7tti grade, French 
for it||p4th and Mh gractes and a 
coomrortion of the Personal Fi- 
nance course for high school stu- 
dedts. 



MUSEUM THEATRE 
NAMES DIRECTOR 

RICHMOND— John A. Preuss, 
theaitre technical director for 
&nith College, has been nanwd 
technical director of tlw Virginia 
Museum Theatre here. 

Preuss has afr^dy assumed his 
new duti^ at tl» Museimi Tl»- 
atre, which wil open its 1963-64 
seascm October 16 with "The 
King and I." 

Before going with Smith Col- 
lege in 1962, Preuss acted and 
was st^e manager at the Tappan 
Zee Pbyhouse in Nyack, N. Y., 
wl^re he worked with Beatrice 
Lilly and Reginald Gardner. 

FnHn 1957 until 1961 he was 
technical director in Air Force 
special services. 

■Preuss, 32, is a native of New 
York and is the son <^ Mr. aol 
Mrs. John Preuss, Sr. of West 
Islip, Long Island. 



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Announce the opening of their offices for the practices 
of Obstetrics and Gynecx)logy. 



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SCHEDULE 



CBS-^wrrARTV ( 3) 
NBC— WAVY-TV (10) 
ABC— WViCTV (13) 

TuaMtay and , WadnMday 
»ieNI 



(MORNINO 



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7:00 ( 3) — Burna and AUM 
(le) — Today 

113) — OoeraiiM AtplMbrt 
7:26 <10) — ^Twtoy* WaaOwr 
>:ae.( 8) — vpi awona 

(le>— Today 

MS) — TltiKiUiT Tha 
1:3b ( 3) — Alm^iac 
7 40 ( 3^ — Mahalla Jacktoo 
1:4tt « a) — Uti Jp Viaa mm 
ItM 4 8)— Vawa 
aiee i s>— ^wtalm CaanMe 
•:aa (ie>— ^adar U TUnraHtr 
1.80 ae)— 'iMar 
tte« < 8)— Bab utI OhemMi* 

(10) — Hlrhway Patrol 
118) — Artie litrta 
9:25 ( .S) — Award Theatra 
»:30 (10) — ^The Be»» ot OroodM 

( 13) — AM<« B. Around Towa 
•:SB <13> — Moralnr MoTla 
9:55 ( 3) — Dr. WbiMbnna »M»ort» 
10:00 ( 3) — CBS Momin* Newi 
Mitte Waltej-e 
<ie) — Sa.T WUra 
•«:a5 <ie) — SBC New. 
leise < a) — l Van Lner 

(le) — Play Tour HOBch 
usee < 8) — th* MeOafB ^ ■ ^ 

(10) — "Hta Pri(» U mght (Color) 
(13) — ^Prtre Is BKrht 
11:.10 ( 3) — Pete & Qladja 
< let— ^>>DceDtraUoa 
(lS>-'a«Ten Ken 



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AFTERNOON 



18:00 < 3) — ^LoT« of Lite 

( 10) — Your First ItnpreaeioB 
• tm — iVn w Mtfe Wmiit f ard 
12:25 ( 3)— CBS News 
18:30 ( 3) — Search For Tomorrow 
( I*)— Truth or ConaequMioa* 
(13) — ^Father Knowt 'jert 
ia!4A,< 8)— The Qnldtnc UiHt 
'tiM (le) — NIK Newt SmmmI 
t,M ( 3) — Mildred Alexander Show 
witlj John WareiDf 

nm — maHTir For nnnan 

nS) — General Hoapltal 
1:86 (10)— WettHher _^ 

use ( SI — Aa Tba World Tnroe 
nm — TMaW" »r rveHaia 

(IS) — Love That Bob 
1:50 (10)— New* 
2:00 ( 3) — Pawword 

(10) — People Will Talk 

( 13) — Ann Southern 
8:85 (10) — NBC Newg 
2:30 ( 3) — ^Houee Party 

fin> — ^Tbe T)o«*oni 

(13) — Day In Court 
Siee ( 8>— 1^ Ten the Troth 

rtty—lMftU TooBV Show 
(la) — Qnoen For A Day 
«j«ll < 8) — T)nn«la« F,i1war* 
3:30'( 3)— Edw of Niirht 

(10) — Ton Don't Bay 
(ia>— Who Do Ton IVwt 



6:05 a a) — Hany 0aaaUa 
6:10 ( 3) — Mortu ftotthdltp 
6:15 ( 3) — TV Bepon4N' 

(13) — Bon C och r a— 
6:8$ ( 8) — ^WeMbermaa 
6:.T0 ( S)— C» Mew* 

(10) — ^Mntitlw-BriiikMv B i port 

(13) — ^Sea Hunt 
6:45 (10) — Huntley-BriDkl^r Be^Mt 
7;00 ( 3) — MoTle 9 — '"Thirty lecaada 
' Orer Tokyo " Bpencw ■Rsiv. 
Tan JohiuoB 

(ie)« - H a un eaa j 

(13>-«-9qDad 
liaa (1«— t^aran^ 

(13)— Saekay 
8:30 ( 3) — ^Talent Sceala 
, ( 10) — ^BmplrB 

(13) — BUly Orahan 
9nO { 3) — Picture ThU 

(10) — Dick Powen IheMr* 

(13) — Untouchables 
10:00 ( 3)— Bollywood : The Great Stara 
10:.30 (10) — Report Fmm . . . 

(13) — V^cua on America 
11:00 ( 3»^— 11th Hour Final 

<te>— lilaTen 0'<^»"'< ItW f t 

(18)— Murphy Martin 
11:10 ( 3) — 11th Hour WeaUnr 

(131— Bin Br««r 
11:15 ( .1) — 11th Hour Sport* 

I !•) — Weat>«- 
H 30 ( .^) — Dr. Whitehuret Beporia 

( 10) — Sports . 

11:26 ( 3) — ^Movie Tlina • 

tliS7 (181— «iaati« IS 
I use <te)— ToairiM 



TUESDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( 3) — Secret Storm 

(10) — The Match Gan» 

(13 ) — ^Trailm a«ter 
4:25 (10)— WBC Newa 
4:30 ( 3) — Flylnr Doctor — "Hideout* 

(10>— Make Room for Daddy 

(13) — ifiBcovery 
4-65 (13) — Mickey Mouae Club 
B-OO ( 3) — Nowa at Five — Kay Shouae 

(10) — Poopde<'k Pappy '« Club Ahoy 
5.0[< ( 3) — ^Dr. Whitehur»t Reports 
5:10 ( 3) — Follow The Sun 
5:.10 (10) — Quick Draw McGww " 
6.00 riO) — Newa at Six 

— f—- ^ 

The 25c United States Savings 
Stamp — now on sale at post of- 
fices and at many schools 
thnnighout the neticm — combines 
our nation's flag, with the minute 
man — symbol of the U.S. Sav- 
inp Bonds prt^ram since 1941. 



WEDNESDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( .1) — Secret Stor« 

(XO) — The Matrch aaaw 

( 13) — TYallmant^ 
4:35 (10)— 'NBC New« 
4:30 ( 3)— Reecue 8 

(10)— 4(ake Room tor Dadi^ 

( 13) — ^DiecoTery 
4:65 (13) — Mickey Mouae (Sub 
5:00 ( 3) — ^Newa at Five 

(10) — ^PooiKle<k Pappy'a Club AJuv 
6:05 ( 3) — Dr. WTiltelnirat Reporta 
5:10 ( 3) — Stoney Burke 
5:30 (10) — Quick Draw McOraW 
6:00 (10) — ^New» at Six 
8:05 (13) — Harry Do»iretta 
6:10 ( .3) — Sport» Roandiv 
6:15 ( 3) — TV Reporter 

(13) — Ron Cochrane 
6:25 ( 3) — Weiatliemian 
8;30 ( 3) — CBS News 

(10) — Huntley Brinkley Bepiwt 

(13» — Sea Hunt „, . 

7:00 ( 3) — Biography — Alpft Hitler 
(«art I) 

(le) — Arthur Smith thoir 

M3)— Dra«net 
7:30 ( 3) — CBS Reports 

(10) — ^Tha Ttmiilaa 

{in) — Wa»on Train 
8:30 ( .$) — ^Dobie OllUo 

(13) — Billy Grafaam 
9:00 ( 3) — Beverly BtllUlUea 

(10) — Kraft Myalery Thoaitte 
»m ( 3) — ^Dick Van Dlyke Show 
<U) — Our Man Hlnana 
10:00 ( 3) — Circle Theatre 

(10) — Eleventh Hour 

(13) — Nakea City 
11:00 ( 3) — 11th How Final 
<ta>— Uevao oolecfc 

(18)— Mtmrtisr IBartta 
11:10 ( 3) — llth Hour Weathar 

(13) — Bin Brady 
11:16 ( 3) — llth Hour Sporta 

(18) — Local Hewa- 
11:80 ( 3) — Dr. WhltAurat Keptaim 

tiei Iniui'la 
11:85 ( 8) — ^Morio 'Timb 

(181— Thaatra i* 
•tine *ie) — ^rwiti** 




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WED., THURS, ntL, SAT. 
SEPT. 11-14 

THE MAW 
AHRACTION 

P^t Boone 

Nancy Kwan 
Features 2 4 6 ^ 10 




17th & Atlantic 

TODAY-SH»T. 10th 

TOY^ IN THE 
AHIC 

Dean Martin 

Geraldine Page 

Wendy Hiller 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 

ADVANCED PRiCB 

WED., THURS, FRL, SAT. 
^SB»T. n-12 
Double i^aturt 

Court Martial 

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THE VIRGINIA gEACH SUN-NEWS 

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Travel Fr<Nn EMsi To West 

There is pl«^ erf room for differences and advice. But m|ch more needs to be 

of opinion m^ the proposals President done. The amounts spent by Americans 

Kennedy has made to slow the outward going abroad outweigh by a great margin 

flow o| (Xfl- fast-dlmlnishing gold reserve the amounts foreigners spend here, and 

— prc^sals which coverwJ a wide twritory the gold reserve shows that adverse effect, 

ind^. The m<»t cxMitrovarslal is tfie sug- This is no small matter, now that the jet 

gi^ion tbi# a ^^dal tax be placed on U. S. age, in which we can travel alnrK>st any- 

investments made abroad. In all likelihood, where In a matter erf hours in oxnplete 

any resulting short-term benefits would be comfcrt and at tremwidous speeds, is up<xi 

offset and more by disrouraging this form us. In this country foreign travel, once the 

of tnve^ng, thus weakening our general pleasure of the few^ is becoming the prov- 

fla:al strength and cxwnpetitlve ability In ir>oe of the many. The hope is that, ulti- 




wotid markrts 

The pr5(^XJSal tfiat steps should be taken 
to increase the number of foreign visitors 
coming to ittis ccwntry falls into a very 
different cat^ory. TNre should be no dis- 
sef»fj<Ni as tp that. A start has been made, 
in the form of U. S. tourist bureaus In the 



matefy, this will become the case abroad, 
and that lira, pounds, francs, marks, shill- 
ings and the oth«r currendes will be ex- 
changed for dollars to be spent here In 
ever-rising amounts. 

Stimulation of travel from East to West 
should be attempted at once. Certainly, in 



prindpal foreign countries, which present this the Congress will go along with the 
(Mr attractions to the prospective traveler President's Icfeas 
and provide him with needed information 



Fletcher Bryant (left) and Wiley Harrell of Ae Viifiaia 
Beach Juaiof Otanri)^ cfCommet<» ^ot Lab<^ Di^ witti MnDe 
of tfieir fellow layers m a prc^t aimed «t r^hicn^ tnflie MCi- 
dents. The Jay(%es ga^ pasting mobxiste a card ^rtiti^ ftMn to 
3 free cup of ca£fi^ anywhere in Uie ccnntry. 



Sharrett Gets 
New €&P Post 



National Bible Week- 1963 



The Holy Bible ODntinues to be, as it has 
been for m^y generations, the best seller 
of all books publish^! in this world! 

In helping to further an interest in a 
reading and study pf the t^eat Book, the 
Laymen's National Committee, Inc. asks 
^Mi W9 wBt aside the week of October 2 1 st 
through 27th and recognize it as National 
BiWe W^. Tlvs ^ar marks the 23rd in a 
l«^ mti awspickws line of Bible. Week 



observances. A finely thenne has Ixen 
chosen: "The Bible-Symbol of Unity." 

When we speak of unity in conjunction 
with the Bible it can mean but one thing— 
the joining together of all faiths in a drive 
to bring peace and understanding to all 
men in today's troubled world. 

Let the Bible be a symbol of unity, both 
In family and naticMi. 



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ceming into the last week <rf a 
vMMkn in 6t. Petwsburg fiia<^ 
Floridi, I have had a chan^ to 
eompB« Ml MM wifl) 'Vir^nia 
BMdL mmmt bai^ eit^ aad 
iwft mbes to fun aad beadi w- 

fa lft.-^elerRug you notke 
JnuMdkieAy tte deatfii^ <d the 
itteiAsatMl huMa^ ttc dreoa- 
^fMmgimfim <d the limiting iA. 
a^t, te aeva>-€mling ai^rove- 
n^M wA ni^s ^ the ^x^ets, 
^» o^ilii^ Modwoonii^ of new 
^i^iBw. Vary lew taiiidii^ 
to»k iMHhy. ev« Ike piii^ate 
bnvm nm'^A-^^. ft has beoi 
told to me fiiat any hcMneowner 
who aUom iag gnas to tec(»i» 
unlHspt is Uafeie to fi»i « oew of 
ci^ nun cutting bis gra^ mA 
sMa^p^ MOWS a falfl for 

TItt heMHy an! grandeur of 
ttus a MhWwa <^ a a trt>uto to 
ite ^img, many of wlxMn aie 
senicr dtteeajs and rf^&rtm. Foee- 
sigM and a^penHttaeas ii nA 
cooliiwd to jpoutfi ivbea ym see 
the apnwliiig, growing ^a^iifl- 
cenoe of <iit8 dty. 

In the eeriy spring 4te najo* 
bwebaU dulxs come <kwn for 
ttieir ipring training. Why in St. 

a good bailfield. The b^ dirt^ 
Ml «[^ ^tmA for^gbta, asm- 
tmam, iAc. tm ihe we of the 
b^ paifc. This siun ani<mnfts to 
i^pv«imal4r ^eOO. Then the 
1^ OnuM fntf tte dub the 
MUM «»»nt tolning their teams 
^nm tm ^^mtm. A imng prop- 
«^ten? 9M. vVh ohir a miSion 
d^tet mt^ ttt 9Mi ral^sm 
and «fcw<wng th^ imam tr<m 

lii d^*> tJl p^s <rf the wotM. 
WM «wn il a fWLJur teB f^w 

mnM^ ipited Mide nMt m 
^der a it ^rtefrtwj^ 



ii^^ Beach wwU do 
wiiaider eur dty. We 1^ 
amwmat&lt. Our Mid- 
need Ihodemization. Mmy ft 
m dwuW te torn down to 
k« way for .new structunt. 
iMutg ddoe M 
In itie cMe fw 
Ttm/cy we need in- 
<uily, <i4Bintfer capital and 
' r3Ti?Al^V|. We have Oe 
the forests ai4 
s give tbem smie- 



wajf for ,1 
' lakes, the 



(F^Ni w. Shaplicten) 

Time probsdbly w^. never a 
time in world hikojgr ^shen man 
was subjects to as nNOiy unfor 
tenrte expmences, capable of 
^^ening his nXh uid toiirting 
Us ai^iure wM.steptlcum. SIb^ 
ticnmis asortol srianicto(d ^ 
a^ed to ruin a man's iaMi. We 
$& taww Owt faith in our fellow 
oHui cad fatth in God is a pi«- 
requisito to seoirity and happa- 
i^. To kae fyM is to Icm one's 
RKMt ^^taed ^irMual posMMion 

We wwld do wiA to reevMui^ 
our preaent-ds^ living ^pfeflgaoi^ 
and try to esmat up ^|fti )i pn>- 
gram of martial pi^ti^ de- 
^pMd to uirtMi^ our ouay 
titoMOnm. U w of vitd M^or- 
teiee ttat we Aoimcam lean to 
tn^ «Be Miottie'. We cannot 
teq>e to 1^ our les fortUMle 
W#ri)oi^ unl^ we finft gaon 
^e faith and confiden<% of aadi 
Mier. 

We have drifted so far apart 
m our casuxtn for one anottier's 
well being, that we must plan in 
aoine way to rec^i^ this OM^- 
Hm. We i^ill lave a dukdow of 
enicem left, hut it is far fr<Mn tifae 
MBl thi^. We mail <ards that are 
pBefahricated and tc»s coins, in a 
sent of ciBual tray, 1001% or less 
as if K were m adapted pr^- 
tioe ol ^ imeB. The <mts ym 
l^oss to tte needy causes, luve a 
ckMer tiiat nnp of diallowne». 
My rectum to ai<^ |»etonse re- 
niwb me of a song title — "But 
Where Is Your H^rt"? 

I taiily believe tlsrt if ajl tlK 
preaui^ tom»d cbd>s, »)cMi^ 
mA Mprasi^oiis, would taise up 
"Hie -mk Cry," aguMt dEsptt- 
cjan, Mr &^ to ^m anodlNn- 
wMiM $agm ^iaag^x. %'s woitte a 
try! 

E. L. Ayfi^^ 
P. 0. Bm &l 
Virgaia BmA, Va. 




UMer To Ths 

Dear fib*: ffow regrettttl^, we 
taave Viii^nia &ach at <^ eirf 
of eadi annual sahun«r vacattan 
yai'll n^er taiow.. To us, Vir- 
giiua "BeaA m^m axm aid 
gi^ more |de^ie and heaMhful 
weupmMm eadi Tetff. Aad eadi 
^ar we mAe aad take {nde in 
ihe inoewng ^^rovMmnfts of 

One filing we woiW Ute to 
■u^^, if ws m Mt iw) brtd to 
do so:*- ^^ 

Ha ng on te w«t 

Me - Avenue, U ml 

parking u^rwhete on tti AM 



60P WOBM 

Will Elect 
New Officers 

RICHMOND — Reiwblwan 
wMnen from tibroughout Virginia 
will me^ in RichmoiKl Sept 
20-21 (Friday and Satuiday) to 
elect a new president and other 
i^icers of the Virgiim Feckra^ 
tion of Repubiican Women. 

The twj-day m^ing wUl take 
place in the Jdm Marshall Hotdl 
in Ridimond. The mMninatinf 
comm^tt^ of tfie f«lerati(m wiU 
present tfie foUowuig slate for 
election by meml)ers: Mrs. Jim 
D. Reynolds, Richmoiul, presi- 
dent; Mrs. George Burkhardt III, 
Alexandria, first vice (Resident; 
Mrs, H. A, Howbert, Rc»ndce, 
^cwid vk:e |Mresident; Mrs. Rwh- 
atd Jeimu^, Edinburg, rK»fd- 
ing secf^ary; Mrs. E. N. Hirllips, 
Draper, tr^surer; Mrs. Jessie H- 
Boykin, South Norfolk, cwre- 
sp^ding s^retaiy. 

At this regular fall cmiferenoe 
of the federatiai the group wiU 
also plan for helping in the Re- 
{Htblican fall camra^is for local 
offices through the state. Main 
speaker at the two-day ccMiven- 
tion will be William Cf. Cramer, 
Republican ctmgre^an from 
St. Peterrtmr^, Ftorida, who is 
assistajit iK^Mrt>lJCM wUp in tte 
Home of R^r^ntadves. Con- 
pessaian Qaowr wiU spcsk sA a 
6 p.m. banquet Friday (Sept. 20). 
Oto Saturdw (Sei«, 21) Dr. Louis 
WIK^mh nwmmd, wm sp@ik 

TcMB. Ucal frwidit 

Omtm, cMoms m^ wHl he 
ceiMig iito Ail mskmg (rf the 
f^mUm MCi Mrs.^cil H. 
H^^ it nui pnsyem; Mrs. 
i^i^0 H. Mgh, Tahb, fvst 
vux f^kkst: t4xs. Cteite R. 
^an. l^auQtoi^ m&oM vbe 
wwdeot- M^ nmt C Davis, 
w^Milce. e m^fmi^ sens- 
ory; Miss CatiMCiM ^utm, Vir- 
pm A^ch,40stn^. 

Mrs. pvkharirft, «te is being 
presented for dttciiw «s first 
vice presidciit is Hic IUpid(lic»n 
candidate in AJaxiMMMa &» (tie 
Virginia House ef IMegalts in 
rti£ coming (fll 



Aftn C. Sianett, Umm^ on 
the ^af f of ^ opoalieRS depart- 
ment, Paaeskm Telephsm and 
Telegn^h Coooipiny, i^ew Yotk, 
Ya& \m^ naqwd by Samuel £. 
BQi»K:k, via president of the 
taieaapoaire aid ^siaam Tele- 
phone Compmy of Vij^inia to the 
newly created p^Ukm of aas^- 
imt vi<» presid^it;— operation,& 
ei^ineeanig. 

Siarnit aaiuines n^ipcMaMsltty 
lor the sttpervisHin and oooodina- 
4<m f f tf q)eration and ^gtoeer- 
hig iMttan tat ^a ftisitspiwifp & 
Potomac f^^^^M OoBi|»Ry of 
Virginia. i£s appMitment was U- 
feotive S^i^x:^ 1. 

A nttive of &iUmM»e, Surrett 
-wm awarded a B^ depea irtw 
Rutgera Vniveisity a iNd ttd 
an L1j.B. from the Unwrasty of 
Maryb^ is 1^4. He tMfUi Us 
telephone <sffe«r wXh ^e C^»- 
peake iu^ iHjtomac T^efAMUM 
Company of Sta^onl in fiatti- 
nMJre IS a traffic Mutant ^ A;% 
1951. 

SUD}^ l^d IKtiMiOIB'^ te- 

creasmg inp^nee in tiie tntiHSc 
d^itataent in Uar^md bi^re 
being nam«i diviaon cmnmen^ 
mana^r in March 1960. He went 
to AT^T in AugUiA 1961, whife 
be ntMist reoe^ hehl &e titte of 
ccHnmerraal sUK adnujri^irt<»*. 



VETERANS SERVICB 
TRIP ANr^HJNCS} 

llaurice J, Hun^ ci ^Sa» Di- 
vision of W|ff Veterana' Oaims, a 
free service opeialed kff the 
of Vkgtoia wffl ii^efview 
xm ssiA tlMsir survh^us m Vur- 
ginJa B^ch between noon oikI 
4:W p.m. on 'Diurads^, Septem- 
ber 12, 1963 at the Man B. ^lep- 
ard Cooveitira Ceot«-, IMh and 
Radfiic Ave. 

ifeuriee J. Hunger's Norfdk 
ffl?ea office is at Suke 218, Pro- 
fe^tmal Arts Bldg., 142 West 
York Street, Telephone 6ffl-9671. 



Fmierate 

FREDERICK A. JOHNSON 

NORFOLK— Funeral servfces 
forLt. Frederick Albert Johnson, 
77, USN (ret) of 138 Beechwopd 
Place, Norfrfk, weff held in Ar- 
lington NaticmaJ Cwnctery sA 10 
a.m. Mcwday with foil military 
honws. 

Lieutenant Jc^uistm, a native 
erf Chka^ and for 2S years a 
r^idcnt <rf NoifiA, dW Thurs- 
day in a ^nf^BKMtti hoftpkal. (fe 
was the hu^md of Mrs.'Ve«e 
Ktzer John«w and a son <tf tie 
lato Gusl^ bM Ms. Ida Hm- 
tnxn Johnsc». 

A menrtwr of the tutii^an 
Oiurch, he was a meaner trf ds 
Retired Cowers Amom^OBA M 



To Va. Farnm^ 
At $40,000 

Drw^ b^iefiU to<anta« be- 
tWMtn $30,000 and 140,000 per 
BHsA ane ^mg pcovid^ tenwr 
p^n»» <rf Snrthtn ^^tes Coop- 
ffiative Mk Viiifinia, hard lut by Um 
suxmm <kt»^ W. T. Stoete, 
the CfMpentiw's ^eaa^. omi 
ager. npoitod m Kdtmaond thte 
wedt 

Sto^g ftatommt <9me as be 
omcvMK^ i^ tiie coope«^ve 
wo^ cMittNe {Kiee z«ductt(»is, 
tt effect anee mAf mamet, on 
three toq>ortont dairy and beef 
leed^ at taait OffM^ §i^)toiub«- 
ani is i^Ei^ Ms toed vetitf oA- 
le^ in Vte>|^ to mgi^ G^otii- 
era ^^ Msnml or M)o rfe 
seed ^ <ii^ ^iH^ ddivered txsA 
during ^ ^ aeiew. 

fii addi^m to ttie ieed and se^ 
price re(lu<^i(His, Soi^^Krn ^a^m 
is i^irebasing hundreds of car- 
ki^ M Ik^ from o^her paits of 
4a foiialry lor di^D^tt hito titt 
i^te and ^)iK:atf ^t^-fltridk' 
^ areas, rend^ii^ tlus dMzl»- 
^on ««rvi^ at ou^<po^M miL 
Itoe tiuuD WO ffjjowlff luwi been 
^li^MSd ior tbipimt to dat& 
I The SMMcra SMes dislnta 
tioo sorstMi is alw @M|iecaid££ 
100 p^ oen^ Sto^ said, in as- 
siting wirth smd baiKttq; ^ 
gdv^natot corn b«ttag made 
anulaMe to Viz^ua tenors irt 
fwhu^d rate trader the drou^ 

Rye, "^Mxki ^msi quick oop 
frewth wMh 1 K^mufale lunmurt 
of riunfatt, > ^lee^sit, t^e^ 
siud, for pr<widi^ oBtea gn^t% 
tor livestock durfaig ttie flffl was- 
on, aftor giowtti <rf regute* pas- 
tors hi^ stopped. 

Sai^r in the ammer, the <»- 
c^tt^ve id^hed pri<%s on two 
vari^^ of Sudan gn^ r^»m- 
mended as ei»e9taDillor.|)(nmding 
sum>lemenitery fias^ Ant dairy 
oows md cito li\^sto<dc 

The redui^ttuB In 1^ aad 
seed {NTMes, the si^^ce (m ia^ 
and ^ ^MStstance on otti^ pro- 
gtwi^ the fieuHiera ^atos gni- 
enl OMS^ir fMotod <^ are in 
Um mlb Urn e(iOf>»«tive'« pltfas- 
oidiy anl ob jeicttve <rf nm^^ri^ 
««±i ^eMi emtaM <• Miners 
during emet^mef fUetH Meh ts 
fcave jWBVsaiW m Vta^taa and ad- 
li^nt statoi abnoe sfs^. Tbe 
fam^s wbo o^m uid.omtiol 
Soutiiem SMi^, SM^ mA, are 
tiMis i9tividh% eirtra benefMs for 
4immeim H a tine w^n «^ 
bo^iMs are n«st needMl. 

Kem]^. lionesses 
Plan nroj^te s 

uapeviuj; — Tb^ u^m 

<Mb m^ 'ArnK^ iMht at the 
iMme ^ Hfrs. 1. O. TuzBMn, Jr. 
lor ft covei^ &A «qip@'inieet- 

ti». INdMU iVAod[, ppes- 



Hm ftwwers 

To QMstiins 



NORFOCiKMb i^i^ •«- 
visible for thcue with ^ait ctA- 

Cm Untmtmk^ti 

Isinrbe pifvaittcd? 

Are tiMe wuaRy w«ii^ 
b^ore a heait att^L o<M;un? 

Y«ur li^smmm Mtart A«»- 
lait^ sHtttl ^t tiM are iONie 
c€ lis qv^srit^ «MiA are poMd 
— «d as»weredr^ fta»' book- 
let iM^d Ajs w^ i^ die Ams'- 
ican HMUt Asswiation aoud 'm 
aiUi9t^. TiM ''Qi^kkws awl 
A^mm abmA Heart land Btood 
V^s^ Dise^eff," it m denned 
to bwM 1^ tafiwt MoMaUe to- 
towm^bm aluM tfie c^k^ras- 
(^br disuses to ^e puUic, and 
to atey neeiteM fears md uum- 
tks. 

Hie aEwvexs to ^ 4^^^^ 
abiwe, udkea ftoin toe boddet, 
are: 

Most pei^ wAhemom^- 
tk^ or wto toveM iM^MTt oper- 
ations can many. However, a 
physidu's »)we liiONU he 
asked More a ^mUm ^k % 
hbart ondittOQ h^mma pceg- 
nant. WiA ptofcr iMdfed wiper- 
visioi^ raoM ^nnin iMi jwvt 
disease cm tmur 4Mes» m^^. 

Yesr Ih^tmt wd tfwratt^ 
treahMM^ mp wABa^om wtt 
pemclttl or ^er mtiWott^, 
over a lO^y pmod* wuiHy can 
preveitt ^vdopna^ el itev- 
matic fe<w. 

Yes. tht maiwlty of pe^^ 
have JNd cwMer iMidiR ef teait 

disea«. « 

In lay b^^ige, tite todUrt 
describ(N ^ oMJor iyp^ of 
heart itoiMes (attooK^RMis, 
coronliy «tery dteM» l^jjli 
blood pcewus, ud whitt sMm* 
rheurtalip few»- HMd ritonu^ 
heart daeiM^ ct^jwrtm towt 
defecto, pn^pMd w^ntar ^ 
ea^s^ 4Mr siMnVtoiBH^ ttiMHMM 
and gpaaral firaiMK^. 

It dao ^b wnM to <to to case 
of heait attM^ how to tecogmt 
symptoBs, wfaitf msi \m 6am tor 
hi^ ¥kxjd |»c^smi%, u^ wlyM H 
known about the iekittMri# be^ 
tween diet ai^ h^ut ^aea^ 

"C^K^Axy a^ A as wets 
V^dut fMRHtod ilted ^^ 
EMse^l^'' k andiMe tomt im 
Tide^WftN- Heart AwM^HMiM, 
702 Mte ^^K^ N«ft*t S%- 
pnla, fit no 00^ 



Laws Honored 
With Shower 

THOROWaiGCK^ — MN. H. 
W. M^wmoU ^. Md a ouseri^ 
laiMow itewer TbnrsdiQf ni^ 
ai her Itsme mtlmm09mAm 
honor <rf ]fr. nd Ifin, i. C. Urn, 
m who w&e leccally »mM. 

The romv was deeoMM «M 
pink «Ml whtte mmm& Samm. 

BIrs. 1r. r. i^r aid Mrs. 1^ 
Demwtt. 

MxkA m gwrts iltoiABd. 

Hie brite to Ihe daugMs' of 
Mr. and Ibi. IRMnn R. Dixon st 
Nortc^. "Om feirUtegroom is the 
son of *Mb'. «^ Mtt. J. C. Law, it. 
of North Ataaton, Virginia Bckb. 

The cai^ mm i^dii^ in Uta- 
folk aid «tt^^ <Md 
C!ofle^. 





€HAI 

FOR lOtk MMTiVE 

WRITIW CONTEST 

VIRGINIA BEACH—Miss Jane Haahagen, arts and cuttui 
chwiiMA of tte Viifwii fiMidl.AGBBoh of the American 
of IMvenity Wa«M| J$l§mtm as local ^ ^ 
Viqioia Divteton n^^elMBIri 10th ai 
Contest. 




The contest wiu v 
Virginia who ue aa»~i 
by Dec.* 1, 1063. and w 
a prBHmnitfy jwgivg vjr vnegviji 
Ghaiznen iMM «y «tb«r AAUW 
memben. 

Final Juttgei^ » jprntp oi irall- 
known wtMezs or tmMm writing 
teachers, will choose the three 
winning nwusacntfln mil ««to- 
goz7 ftvn illie At tbMiM» sll)- 
mtt)t«d by the aUffxry chalrmM. 

Crtenriii eod Vkik ^aimm 
indttde: MKIIY (1 IMK «r 4 
idiort), Mrs. J. «. Mililiy, Box 
288, Noiton. V«.; SHORT 6T0BY 
^5000 wards or lenX Mis. J. Ar- 
fiwf Hiirto, 471 lillJL^*>*^ 
Axihtfta. Va.: smMBS^ fOR 
cmbU^ (2900 words or kis), 
Mn. Mi DoAlPi. • Burwatt Or- 
ete, Ne«f>opt Nf«w, V^.; MOtf- 
IXmON <aM0 words or lass), 
Mrs. G. R. C. Steait, 14» C IMiD 
Strest, Abingdon, Vt.; entf 
SHORT^SHOitT STORY USOO 
words or lenO, Mn. ilobcft K. 
MwoA, 8$14 Afxn M^ Bicb- 
mood M, V«. 

Alte«ltl 
ieiiHit to iiiv «M 
to «9 |MM Mtaimr- A 



oirilm^ 
wiiMk 






poetry, and age 11 um Mmet 
uo4r ao. The witer't i 
^tpmt m the ttle p«gi 
viiere e]«e io tb« owMiiKrlpt^'! 
tiHeAaiiMlwiftlhelopof 
page and the pages should 




bt«Mt«»*i 



byf)ee. l. 

»***i»>*^ AwMH liyH ayiiiBdiit er 
«he fUrti eMiM «WnMB. m 
Jgtui mt^m m V9m street, 
VteoM, Va. 



iitata 
peny ^ji 1^. ^edtt 
to made piViNb to «e 



11m CMC's Omw Jjf&eult 
Cawt el Hw CMy «f MUfhila 

VoMnf eo Me eHl Hi|f #1 Sep* 




#A! of Mpitei #to MNt, 
aMBgtaief «ie 

Mle, Mine wd ^Ae« «f 

<aitegiry, «iiNMalBiito ««nl 

far pn»e aed VMtar of ttM* tir 




6EiU»CAIin^ 

imsmam 

aiAtHAH, v«. — C^det 
PtfMt lleiiti i Bmit Ricbftfd C 

JMtoat of te lirmwribii Jftg- 

pwe Military Aca<kmf CMk 

C^rps for die 1963<64 ee^M. 

Huston, who win be in ^ 

(t^WKtaiLH.M.A.,kmmm^ 

bmmihe vanity focMI iNm 
Mil ^as a member of tm H.M. A 
Wrestling Team last 



M m «IMMt#Mrili be» 
to aMMi Mi: WM Imiaze, 







••XNTU 




Farmers 



or OoMD Side of Adeetie Aveiue 
«|p to Mm CswalMT— tiMf «dc to 
be uad ealjr tor ktMng and iin- 
toeding paiMafan ead baggage. 

Veiy tn a[gr ywrn. 

■ nNfMNRy 



<tanit, pi^sestod the Iw^it for 
Washmg^cwmt ifae MiUboy Cfe*|^e oftming ynr icr 4iie Snip's 

Other survi\«rs are a ma, Lt 
Col. Fredefkk A. Jcriinscm Jr„ 
USA, erf &n Antonio, Tex.; twi 
daughters, Mrs. G * o r f 4S . C. 
Moore of VaUm and Mw. Nor- 
m^ U HiUtot of VirgiBtt 
Beach; two ^«^ers, Raymond 
C. Johnson and Wallace Johmcm 
of Chicago; a st^r, Mr. LtlUan 
OUison <d Game Point I%rk, 
Midi.; « itopHiMi, Anny Maj. 
Clyite H. Wrt^or Jr. of R 
Meacte, Md., iM a Mpdai^t^. 
Mn. Oeiie CkMm m Vmv&t. 

Funeral anax^nntts were 
completed h^ A* Mriry-TwifOTd 
Fumral Horn. 

11» feimily has said tiiat ex- 
^i^tons of sym^thy may tajl^ 
the ftvm of MxiQibuti^ to & 



were lUKte to <^rry oat 
ptf^tta for tills 3%ar, which in- 
iMe aid tor retantod chlMree 
ei|i:4iMHMNl a UizKl chikl M e 
S(^Ml in StaunttMi. 

Mnk 130^ Itoritt psMmt^ 
fi^ tm0am. which «o^ in a 
^y teK)d with ^cb menribe- gi\^ 
Qig a eoBMdy stt <m ter activi- 

llM d^^ ^^ aMTOTf^ 







(Cei4iiHNd frwn page 1} 

as a resuk bM« M^ to Mit 
improrad odtirataB, NraedWtMd 
I^^ure m^iagnneiit to dNWt 
47% of the sffteutautf Ind ^ 
Virgil^ B^rt." 

Bew^ of ttie kipwwd ixm 
apemikm m^odss @ttoKi tor be- 
yond mt nl^itaal tern tea/m 
and into te diltaA future, l(^ 
Dudley believes, iloit of tl^ 00^ 
sorvat^ improvement on Ut^ 
to Viii^ria aach Atfta« tile pal 
9iai^ CMMofy ki«e 
«mra^d ^ m^ MxA- 
viiWI 4tB<M|pi M^, er ^Vie- 
flitt of hnpnwM^iri^ d»^^d on 
farau uUlizinj tiu pi^^noi, ac- 
ca^diqj; to Afr. 9»^/ 

timu^ i^> bat ttdvded: ^n 
dttch dittiMiir finn ^^ fao- 
ing. gMtoiM airf nunoM' ud 
mitor «mBr tswi. 

9Pn«ttes eHgte te VMD^ 
eoit4ttai« ftHeMi «M iwott « 
<to^^DM4 «f a 4tonitffiluii 

ym 

ed to c oai i ervrtto n, orf eMor 
agrkuitu^ agmcm of to CMy, 





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PK^4§ GA ••U^ J»13 PACM^C AVENUE 

pMOmI Kt 9-6M9 VIR6INIA fe^^CH, VA. 



V of Ai 
-luae 

eftt of C50UNTY OF PiRINCESS 
ANNB, • poUMMl auMtviiMB 
'Mtvof, CofnplainaHt, cftlnst 
ChiiiMi Bny, «t «f, DefendMiti^ 
the imdexsifaed l^tedal CommiA- 
sioiier win offat lor aile it puUic 
auction at the front iwt of dke 
Courthousi n/L Vfigiiikt Btuiti, 
Vixi^^, Mowjb^, Sep4eml>er 
16th, IMS, lA nm o'i^K^ noot^ 
tiie fdkn^ red propMty lo- 
oted in the City of Virginia 
Beach,, Virg^, to-'wit: 

el ]Md situate in Kei&pmwIVp 
isteriiA IMatrict in <9ie Couafty of 
Phaee« Anne <now f3kf m Vir- 
ginia isadi), iiitt e SMt of Vir- 
ginia, Ml taMMpd ii falaws: 
On. the nMi li^ tte leA «C tan- 
ise Freeman; on Ute But 1^ fiie 
IfWMI ItiWlWiim RailRMd; on 
l^ftutlf Irr te imds of Fnmk 
^tephen Smitih; on 
LOS, wesi d; '"-d of Jona^bas 
SaadJefSn, >ig 1-3 acres, 

juore OF lesa. 

Thia F'lpaXy wll te aold Cim 
fzwQ GeM aad eBetuiArancft. > 

AU wiSm mtHiltd lo conftene- 

bjr #v Circuit Court ef We 

Ofy of Vi^KMt Sew^, Vlq^iia. 

PuitbiM^ nm be re<|^|d to 
hinKWEt twMi|r fip ceitf |lMMt of 
Ud fffiM wben ^ pi#»:<ty is 

nurte pui^iaae , within ten <10) 
di^ a^ irifr » i^^fireved l^ <^ 
Cbuit. 

J. FHAI^ GAIi^OHm 
S^iMski CoouiHSioiier 
I ^rtiiy ttet <te bond requked 



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Igainflt, 
RUTH A. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The <Meet of tUa suX ia «» 
obtain % wtact a ihstta Ei tbw* 
to M Md^ VMitfita InA a dhfWtsli 
a Vinculo Matrimonii frmn the 
said dele»da«t ngMa tk9 #«unii 
of wBfifl dmntion iod a^dMb- 
njttit. 

And an affidavit having b€«n 
xmAs imd fited ^at «he daMt 
adt to a naD4«al(^^ol IkiiMli 
of Virginia, ttw M law#iil poat 
office wtSna ieing: Soute 5, 
B0ft I15(f^BKlKle CreA Hkhisni. 

It is oidered thait ail 4» #IMU> 
here wiOin ten <10) f«» fiter 
due pubBcation hereof « do 
what my be i mXtms i» pwHit 
her inbereat in iflds suit. 
A covv'-'TmAm 

JOHIN V. romuESB, Qo*. 

BY: Mary M. Whke, D.C. 
Brydges & Brmli^ ^%. 
Profe8lti<»al mMSug 

Virgbiia Beaeli. Virginit 

#a7-4T« 

ANNOUNCEA\&fFS 



10 Sp«|M NoticM 



FOLK-STYLE B^K) 
Qual^tf tutor with prcrfliMil 
wlU teaci:^ to 
traditional 9 MiH 
banjo. Mountain, Fdk and 
iBti^raas ^noir tangDi. ask 
Folk Guitar. 4^-9168. 



We have ]?»%ived inciuiiiea 
bom teittea wmthi^ nmanis 
from church and tsoiSy e&m- 
tme$ lor rHnt^mipt m. our 
meaeTB MenonB ^trK iwnere 
tiny would have P@|iebud C^ure. 

Ufa cas b# fMi ««• 4M mm 
be 1^ to co<q;>erate witb ai^ 
fain% (tearing (bis service. 

amply, c^ 3404070. 

Mn to Mr. WiUiaim. 
PriiM^SB.Amw Memorial Park at 



MmULl ROADS & MATEIiMLS CO., ic 



no job too l\rce or too small ' 
co^^ma(ctal and industrial pavtnc of all types 

Equipment renttals 



RtSlNlfriAL WORK DONE BY EXPERTS 
WE HAVE THE EQUIPMENT AND KNOW-HOW! 

PATIOS - DinVEWAYS - SibeWALKS 



REWBAfVBiD C^iO^^ - 
AnM csresf in completi^y in- 
crowd^l field, eith^ Aill or 
I^yrt tin^ at htxne or in ^up, 
Bueas ^dj cmme. CaU JtJ 
841^ or HO 4-1147 f<^ com- 
lA^ <Mails. 



11 



Tww^wffaHon 



ATWWnC-PAClPIC DRIVE. 
AWAnv IKIC. — We will de- 
livar yeur cav to or from any 
^ Btadatf Mvea. Call 025- 

AUTC^OTIVE 



10 AufanMbilw Nr Sate 



MmcUiRy— Ifto «i|&4Mr hud- 
lB|K. Sadia, teatar, pow« ateer- 
h)^. power tesAes ffid pows- 
wMma. Ill «[cell«Ht eondi- 

t tion. ttiat be seen tt fee appre- 
ciated iPriced for qiMk mi$ at 
$600. <M GA 8-2401. 



MiaiCURY — 1956 MorrtcUdr, 4- 
door lianHuy sedan. Radio and 
heater. Iset^ent condMon. 
GA8-7604b IBSO. 



PL^aOUTO — li59 Fury bard- 
top, '^Golden Conunanfto engine, 
it^Htara rfuft, ivS^ acpiifqsed, 
iKwly painted, excellent condi- 
ttstt. Cafi GA8^209S. 



ROADSTER — 1961 Whiie Sun- 
bemt ^^ne, red inferior. T<^ 
omd^on, ndio, faster, wire 
nAeeto, tnickrt s^^. GA 8-3131 
(8-12 noon), a^ for Mr. Renard. 



n iMonjt ht For Sab 



SCOOTESl— 1960 Lamtoretta, 3000 
m^s. Good acbool trai^>oita- 
tion. One darinet, |15. GA8- 
7246. 

BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 AppWance ^anrfon 



VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover, 
Sd^ and service. Prompt ef- 
fident repairs. Pick up and 
•fefivery. Pboni^ GA8-4S2. 
Fuel Feed & BuilcUng Sup- 
ine. 



E^WdVMWf 



MEROMNDISE 



FOR iMWEWAi^ ACTOW 

'BsftAtibSl; BTAT5 



90 Articles For Sale 



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OXmaS LINE POiTS-^.W 
completely in^allec^ heavy 
duty T p(»U, with four line^ 
CNO feet), set in cowarvte 
Pt^e GAfr4222. Fud, Feed 
k Building Supply, fiae. 



^WLING BMl, — Brui^wick 
"Black Beauty" 15 poui^ 
brand new, lus not btm AiUed. 
lif^me guarai^ee, Deluxe bag, 
wbMe wWi Wack trim. Cost new 
$45, s^ botfa $30. GA 8-7268 
befwe 9 ain. or 5 to 6 pjn. 



Mi^^AGE MACHD^ — Couch- 
type, like new, $75. Phone be- 
fore 9 a.m. or after 6 pm, 
GA 86580. 



93 HouMhetd Good* 



APPUANCES-^Bai^aa in good 
used refrigen^ffs, frec^rs, 
ratals, washii^ madiln^ dry- 
ers. Terms to suit. Hirtz Baaar 
at Oceana. Op^ 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088. 



Furniture of all luMb upteMered 
and refinished. Fr^ estfanat^ 
reasoniri)le pnem. AiAoiMUte 
s^t coveiis, t(va, and heaffiin- 
ers all cust(tti made and fitted. 
Hilltop Uph^aterii^ Co., 1000 
Virginia B^mk Bhd. Ph(»e 
428-1797. We 1^ and sen new 
az»l use^ furniture. 



FURNITURE 

MOVING— MUST SSSJL 



Wroufht 
sola. 



iron porch secticmel 



IMning room table, 
4 diairs. 

Pine table<d»st. 



108 74i& Street 
DialGAfr6702 



FURNITURE— Mattress and 
^M^, books, desks, ^^a, 
taUes, chests. AU very rasoe- 
able. Hirtz Bazaar at Oeeima. 
Open 9 to 9. GA 8-7088. 



RUGS— 9x12 linoleum for every 
room in the house. $4M ca^ 
and carry (no dealers). Walsh 
Furniture, 17fli & Baltic. 



95 Lawn-Garden Supplies 



FuraisMW 



ATTBNTTON SCHOM. TOUCH- 
ERS— AvaifaMe %th 9t Avtgasi 
to June 15, 1964, owqiMeiy 
furnished 1 and 2 bedboom du- 
plex. Heit and water teniiAed, 
7 blocks horn h^ sdiooL 0i 
and $137.50 m«rii^y. T^Ms 
Realty. GA88in or GA 
8-7463. 



RiUDEE BfOrm. APA^DONTS 
1, 2 bedroom efiSdendes oxn- 
plet4^ fumi^lied. Weekly, 
monUyy. "We can furmrii ev- 
erything but food." ^ moirth- 
ly minimiun. GA8-8(^, GA 
8-9701. 



Funiiahed rjid tmfumii^d one 
to 4 biedroom hcniKS and ajart- 
m^ts. Stort tenn (s* yeaxiy. 
Ancta<ff Realty. Call GA 8-7^1 
anytime. 

0<^m Court Motel Apartaoenta, 
^6-19th Street Efficiency 
ai»rtnents. AU utilities fur^ 
nished. Also, 4-roem aiMrt- 
ment and furnish^ rooms. 
Block from Bus Swftm. By 
wmk or mraittL 



22ND ST., 210—1 and 2 b^boom 
ftirmsbed aparUnents. Y^ily 
tfHi aeasonal rental. 



30TH STTHiET, 307— WeeMy or 
montldy, fuSfy fiimiahed mod- 
em 4 room iqnrtm^nt. Phom 
GA&458S. 



30ra STREET, 317—2 and 4 
rooms with balh and ^shower. 
Heat, hot and cool wHir fttfn- 
ished.Call6A 8-1890. 



(KmO SMEET, 114 — Whrtir 
rat^ or year immd. 3 bed- 
rooms, well lieaied, attractive, 
firM floos, loic^-te yud. GA 
8-2712 or GA 8-1863. 



1 and 2 Bedroom apartments. By 
n»i^ or year roimd. Ot» 
Mock from ocean. Aiso rooms 
by month. R6as(»aMe. CaU GA 
8^693. 



It IMp WaMetf-Fam^ 



BiMJTY Kxmmote — Ex- 

paienKd, woriGed at lea^ 2 
yeafs. BaeinHl wisttv «<»- 
atfant mi pa^. Wri^ mm 111 
care of Vir^nia Beach Saor 
Hmn. 



eONOlETE BULKHEADS 
CONCRETE GARAGE FLOORS 



ASPHALT ROiiS & MATERIALS CO., m. 



a 



"smm^; mmFOLK & Virginia beach sim:e mr 

HA\COX DRIVE 

^m CmCE K)X 2065, LYtMi/MlN STATI^4 
VmCIWA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



^^ !-«•«»• MGNTS Kl 5-0470, CA 8.W23, 341-1712 



<X»PORATiON OFFICERS 
FRED A. HAYCOX, JR.-Pf«sNknt waA Itwaam - M. A. NIECRO, JR—Vke Presidem pud Assistant SecreUry 



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¥im Pfuihm ^ MKi. L M. MOCm^^jmf 



LADIES— PM time— I pl^sant 
hiOa over m years of agfe to 
peet sewa>mers in your seigh- 
borhood. 3 bours per week 
minimum time required. Digni- 
fied. Good pay. Wonderful op- 
portuntty for dub or church 
grmj^, Qume^m: nmsl be 
genially ioteMsted in ^^g 
^e nemxxmer to becon% e^sab- 
M»d in the Virginia <Be#ck 
area. I%one 464-^92, lerive 
msae, pbone, and address. 



TOP SOIL — For sale. Located 
rear of Millers Discount ^ore 
across from Prim^ss Mme 
Plaza. W. T. Hutchins. CaH 428- 
1657. 



RENTAL REAL iSTATI 



101 Rooms Witiioiit Board 

ESSEX HOUSE MOTHL — 16th 
and Oceanfh)nt. Rocnns with 
and without b&\h, $10 and 
$12.50 weel^. Comfortably 
furnished. GA 8-1821. 



Niw sleeping rown for reirt to 
elderly worlang lady. For fur- 
ther infonnation caB GA 8-7704 
after 6 pm. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment 
Furnished a n.d unfurnished 
Monthly and yearly rentals. 
Cooper Realty, 203 19th Street 
Office 428-1330, nights 428 
6833. 



RWTAL REAL BTATI 



111 



^^■rwll Wilis rvrfKKHtO 



1-2-8 ream t^^goFtimaiat, ^^100 
mofith. UtUitm tmtlstsA. Sun 
Tide Motel. £Hd 4^17^. 

114 Heiwes For Rent 

1306 BALTTC AVI— 1 Bedroorii 
wMi att utOities fumishni in> 
cIikUi^ use of aiftoao^e wash- 
er. YMrly TenM. ^ p» 
m«Mi. 6A84^3. 



Newly de«Mrartod boKb itome, 
^^ tfne cmiiojrtaify, ^7.50 
weekty. K^M or write Mrs. John 
E. Martin, Jr., 122 Park Rd., 
Suffolk, Va. 539"«073. 

IIS i4o m e s Furtwshed 



Simll Cottage, furnished yearly. 
Apply 429 20th ^reet or caE 
45^4204. 



&IM11 fumisl^ cotta^ — $50. 
Ldffger cottige— $80 a month. 
S@Tice couple or i^rosking man. 
Ava&4>le now. CaB 3406329. 

1 RIAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



124 ^toites For Sate 



BAY CCaXDNY— Love^ 3 bed> 
it)Offi, 2 Iwth iMtte on 100* % 
190' comer lot. Brick voieer, 
oil heat, one bedroom air-om- 
ditioi^. knmedii^ possession. 
FlnaiMiing available. Owner. 
CaU GA 8-2401 days and GA 
8^1 aft^ %M pm. 



WSST MJ^imm, 182$ Addey 
Drive. VA, FHA or Conven- 
tion^ toan. 

GATEWOOD PARK — New du- 
]^x i^aitaients being buUt f<Hr 
saie <»t London sad Wolf 
•ixreets. 

Delbrt Cooatroction Corporation 
340^11. 340^91, 3406790. 



128 Real Estate WantMl 



Locfrted in Uie iasrt ol iSx beach. 
>ReasonErt}le, y^u*ly. GA 66713. 



3 rooms and bath, furm^ed, best 
section . . . RENT FREE for 
IHXJteoting property (not bu^- 
nea) in owner's absence f^x»n 
ta^ part of Septeniber (q end 
of ^lisy. Qukt, rdiable couple, 
not in service, wife uiKm- 
ployed, itwo adults, no children, 
no pets. Write details stating 
age, employment and refer- 
emses to Bfflt 110, c/o Virginia 
Beach Sundews. 



list with yiNir neighA>or for per- 
aonid s^^rice. We need ht^m^, 
lots, acreage, small farms, du- 
plexes. We take trade-ins, ^so 
purcliase equities. JU 8-5431, 
ni^^ 428-2164. 

, Letha F<mdren 
WALKE» REALTY, »#Q. 

CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



MERCHAhCMSE 



110 Apartnanfe, Unfurnished 



FOUNTAIN AND DRUG O^ERK 
—Pemmmd. Hhts Rexall 
Hawtfey, 17th awi Atismtic 
Avenie. 



WAITRESS — Experience. Year 
round employment. Apply in 
vmm onfy Bkek Ai^ Res- 
tAifimt, 33rd and I^cific Ave., 
Virginia Beach. 

42 Help Wanted-Male or Female 

AIN OfKJRTUNITY — Age over 
M. Wiffing to work and tears 
to ^S. an absolute nece^My. 
fliKftabiftig given. For ^i^r- 
vW# caD Mr. WiBiams 340- 

, 6070 or 3408616 after 5 pjn. 



OCEAN ARMS, 425 26TH 
STREET — Air-conditioned, 2 
bedrooms, water included. $115 
per rtorth. Only 3 units left. 
Call MA 7-8009. 



2 5-room apartments, Duj^x 115 
70th Street. From September 3 
til Jime 1. C^ntnriQ^d heat and 
water furnished. A. H. Richard- 
son, Dinwiddy, Va. 

lit Apartments Furnished 

FOLLY RANCH, 1400-17th St, 
dean, mod^n rooina, effici- 
encies. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ments. Reasonable weekly, 
monthly, or annual rates. 



CLASSIFIED DISPU\^ 



TAILOR OR SEMBSWaSS-^SK- 
perienced on n^n's alt^^ons. 
Ifr. Balitzki, 341-1813. 



43 Position WaBte^ejMle ^^ 

BABY Sm^ — Is i^ ftdlAe 
wbile sxAm: w«rii&, AmM 
428^1^. • . 



UVESTOCK-PBTS 



71 He ri i i Ca»lli, tfc 



HOMES-Sad<fc and draft To 
te^ uMil May or June. No 
#■%!: You fttfnUi leed. We 
l^p lorm ^ irthgr m- 



INSTRUCTIOhir 



l^rgfiin M. Taylor 

Private Instruction 

Or||an and Piano 

464-3675 

(o Pinot 



1 Bedroom, living room, kitaSien 
and bath. Ck^nvenient^ located. 
Yearly rental. GA 8-1572. 



Qioice garage apartmei^ well 
fumisiwd, ideal fm* tw>. 4^h 
near beach. CkJtober throu^ 
May or yearly. Dial HO 4-5311. 



CUSSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto Auction Co. 



FINANCIAL 



2ND A^ORTCAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SEKVICE 

A^O^OR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



HARDN ICHCX)L 
W Music 

HUttnlr ttortBk, Dkwetov 

3t3 - 35th Streof 
Virginia BokH 



«Mi 



MMmMAMMMM 



WHJJAM KIUGROVE 

Instructioo In 



PROAM»T HOME FUslANCINC 

mm FEDERAL SA VINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCWn©!* 

TOO aOUSH (TRCCT • MOMPOMC 

•oa4 vmaiNiA bkacn aur^ 

AT THOHA* QOmti^W 



REAL ESTATE 



BAY ISLAND 

Tidewater's Finest AB 

Waterfront CcHnmtmity 

LOTS FOR SALE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL EStATS GO. 
46440S1 N^ils (^$9192 



Ask Your Eye Pliysletoi About 

TRAYLOirS 

Vligftil* Be^'t only 

GUILD drncMN 

1369 Laakin Road, Va. Beech 
GAitaiMtaa 

BL6INESS SERVICES 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFiNG-GUTTERING 

Have Roofed And Guttered Vkgimt 
Beach For The Past 10 Yemn 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

^mmerciai 

HousekoM 

itefrigeration 



Dcates for 



EkcMcd 



W. C. JOH»SON 

322 - 17tk Stoct 

Vb^Ai BwdH 

MaM OA S-M71 



.inator stRvia 



ii^ANllBIK^ 

nUMBMSCCNV. 
nigMi BmA itea n$«> 

Pitimbfr^ and Heating' 

Repair ^rvi-^ and supplies 

warm air duct heating 

Chrysler Air Ck»KJitionlna 

m awviai wMmp wi mu 
416.17th St. -GAt'tf^l 




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YOU - THE DRIVER 




BE CAREFUL - 
BEJAUTIOUS! 



YOU THE MOTORIST 



MORE 




THAN 



CHILDREN ARE ATTENDNc SCHOOLS IN 

VIRGINIA BEACH 



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WE MAKE AN WSmfl AIPIAL TO EVBIY DRIVK TO KEH> THE KIDS IN MINO BY KNOWMG Mm PMoimO 
THE AiCS OF SAFE &mm£ M AU TIMES. YOU CAN P^^mtf DISAHK BY WATCHING OUT FOi OMim 
NEAR SCHOOU. AS THE YOtmOSTKS HEAD TO CLASS. SAFE DUVING IS BFKIMLY MVORTJ^ MKHOCH. 
ZONES. BUT REMWMS^ ON ANY STREET, THBtE MAY BE CHILDREN ON THE WAY TO, OR, mm %M90L, OR 
AT PLAY. 

DO YOUR MITT iT (MMirM EVRV DAY, SAn-DltnriMe4WV. AKIVI All. tXHCI IW UMBVKnM 
AS A FURTHn REMINOH, WE URQE YOU TO BE SAFE AND NOT SOIKY - BE ALWAYS REABY TO 

STOP FOR THE KIDS ON THE DO! 



Obsy 

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Patrol 




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This Message Is Presented by the Fellowing CIvic^Mlndeil Sponsors in the fntereit of Child Saftcy 



BE-LO SUPER MARKETS 

4(W.3(Hh St, Vir^iua Beach 
Va. Beach Blvd., LwAm BrUf^ 

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KEMPSVILLE — DIAMCM^D SPRINGS 



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FEMININE APPAREL" 



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Where If t So Nice To Shof^ wfBi Coitfdaice 
yiRGINU BEACH BLVD.— At THALIA-^TT. 58 



m»lfce Woman ^Wfc<W m« Sb WiW 



33W ATLANTIC AVE. 



viMa^mAai 



307 Laskin RA, Virginia Beadh 



(M.D DOMINON PAPER CO. 

"IF IT'S AAADE OF PAPER WE HAVE IT" 
4^ & Colley Avenu0 Norfolk, V». 



HAYCOX CONSTRUCTION Co., he 

COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL 
P.O. Box 85 

SUte Cent R^. No. 4260 
Vtafbria BcMh Uvd., Lymywreii, Va. 341>S924 



KELLAM-EATON INS. CO. 

INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 

REALTORS 
3T13 Pacific Avaniia GA 1-9161 



JOHN ARAGONA 
ENTERPRISES, INC 



HOGGE J«)TOR SERVKE 

• 24 HOUR WRKKING SaVICP '- 

|3a Va. Baa^ Blvd. 428-4371 

M^l^ Sundiiyi A HdNdayi 0A%17BO 



VIRGINIA 
NATIONAL 
BANK 



3000 ATLANTK AVENUE 
Foft Story-U.S. AmphlbJowt Basa 



123 N. Plaza Trail 



Princass Anna Naza 





NORFOLK-PORT^MOUTH-VNtOWIA UACH 



AM^&WEBB 

PAVING coHnAimm 

314S Virginia Baach Blvd. 




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STOCK CAR TRACK 
MAY LOCATE HERE 



PRINCESS AN!>n&~A Ml-iiafc 
•ite in Princen Anw Borou^ 
may become the looitlM tf #e 
<ni]or.one«i(l-«-half mtte stwk ^ 
racttnck in the itate. 

' Mam for the 11,288.000 ^s^c^ 
were revealed Monday ndgM ait 
a meeting of the Ci^ noaini 
Comniiikm by track ^pM Owg- 
laa I. Shelton of ColaM ^ty 
Co. 

lixduitod iB ^ pUm fB« the 
d«« a^haU ^ek, a W.OOO- 
^«^ mim«te ^awtotand tM 
en ^ wtatved «s me^ and 
MW 180 ao-M of parking space. 

nH imp^^ lite is lo^d at 
Pw nntiiatA comer of Mm^s 
AUMT Md ^i^ridp Koids. 
IMnMed cut of tiw tand u 
1^.060. 

I^lltoo ^d tiuA the race ti»^ 
vHmA 4nw an Ml^^ed i^tend- 
mm-U 4S,000 to 7MW per^m 



aLENTIN 



KMPCXK'-At a nemi ctmfer- 
mc»% Itoifi^ la^ Wednesday 
Atoen, J. J. GaM, l^dtewi^ 
MM^ Manage for S^^ Koe- 
li^ ud CeL, ei^wBoed ^A 
Smfwdepota mw r^aU itaw 

Sle forite «ew ^xre wiU be 
Jn^ided is a tO^cre s^ (m tiie 
M^K* of Vkgpi AMt^ Beifle- 
^HM ud faftep^l«M» Boule- 
WMt ^ ««it of Ih4nc«s Am» 



iMMiaMlol»tfH»lai 

S$m, 11^^ efffii 18 Mfea of 
tttt.vBAtt one toot. 



CMte aaid thirt flie \^0nU 
Bet^ ab»e' wi^ be '1i» beit 
BmtMJtUm m ite &^ Ccmat. Ife 
^loiM ito atte is the "holtest 
m Vir^nia B^ch Soi^ 
btcftuae Jtodepe»lkniee 
tt^. Ii fbduml to oomiect «M 



Beeovering 
F^ening Mishap 

mfm^M. — Hany B. ftice, 
Jr., f»re^<taKt of Price's Im., nw 
r^Mited in fair comUtkm wi Nor* 
i^43«onri Hoapltal Wednesday, 
UBUni^ ii^iuies be received 
whte watching a Go4Cart m^ at 
a Nofth Qoidina tivk. 

Pike, irtio Uves at 107-6«b St., 
^i<^ia BMdi, was a specMor 
at ft NaTs Ifewl, NC. Go-I^ol 
tzf^ IMay wbM be waa amide 
by me (rf tile toto, reaving 
Iwad mt& 1^ u^ir^ 

ni @m^y <q)»irtes se^vn 
iffttmee Hksm In N«-f(dk, Pra^ 
Md Vta^inia B^di. 



to ^ch of two Rtt^ races a year. 
r0f Spwto> Svenn 

When the track ia not being 
und for Horn M dwU te u^ 
fw various sportj acflvitiea which 
could be plannwl to coincide with 
sununo- tmirist wason, he Mid. 

Vintima ifleich would l^efit 
fiwn this tzaA id n^ny ways, 
Sb^on poin^ out, 

• A plann^ b^iMy oont^ 
each fetx^ would bi^ in big 
name televiiton peiw^UMes. 

• Tangle rewmtt to the city 
would range betw^n 1^,000 andl 
ISO.WO annually. 

• More tlun 1100.000 in prize 
money w<Md draw fte top nanw 
stock cir driers in -ttii'co^^ry. 

• Advwti^ng for iM trl^k 
would promoto Vkgink B^dh 1m 
"the world's ^f(^ reeort c^". 
in 1^ race track literature. 

Attorney Edwin KeDto repre- 
%nted Shelton at Monday n^Ms 
me^ng. 

lite requeit for a(misg d^utge 
from re^dence suburi^ and 
agrici^re to linitod ^«mi^ret4 
met aon% oppo^on. A,T&iUm^ 
in 0w ai«a «ud the noue from 
the land would decreioe fv^eity 

tke Ptonning Conuniwon's 
i^comn^ndi^ns on the appli^h 
tk;n will be m^ to CUy Cknincfl 
at a Mure noting. 



Council Rejects 
NavyPrepssal 



^ City 
CoaofM llontay voted again^ a 
Navy ]x«pMd to e^iMi^ a rille 
ran^ <m tte oceMlront befewem 
Dam Ne^ and Ouiq) PeiHltot(». 

At the SMoe thne <KuncU 
passed a resolute epinst fur- 
^t ^venuxmit "re^dotod" 
are«i on the dty's irattfiafront. 

Ctty Fknnuig JDireotor F. Ma- 
Km Gam^e UM couikII that 
U. S. Co^ and Geodetic Survey 
ehibts, ttwd by yachtsmen end 
fidiermen, ^ow nunMrous re- 
rtrlcted aroui in tiie w»tera <^ 
Virginia Beach whteh no lon^r 
lurve any meaning. 

"An mnatoir bowman oant get 
to Rudee InM wii&oiit crosshig a 
restricted area," he ^d. 

Ganjage, Herbert Terry and 
Frank 'KeUam were named ^ a 
coDunMee to ^ek cterification of 
itbe na^r ^migh updating of 
tiie ciaits i^^ilch da/Le back to 
1041. 

The matter oune up ator Gam- 
age told coujkU that the Navy 
had nu^ a request for a anaU 
aroM firing range on oceai^^oiA 
property Iwfcween the Fleet airti- 
aiitraft Ibaintaig Station U Dam 
Neck ami st»te«wned Camp 
Pradleton. 

The Navy requert for the 
range is scheduled for bearing by 
•tbe wgine^^ Sept. 16. The a(^on 
of City C«incil in oppc^n^ ti» 
requ^ is not binding on federal 
l^yvenuneM agenda. 




The l^-mile stock car racetrack planned in Princess Anne Boroi^ would resemble this one. 



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«»• 



SCHEDULE (Mi* Rd)^ AND FESTIVAL EVENTS 

Friday, 8 p.m. — <Ro^o PeiftMinance at Rod^ Grounds — ^Frontier 
City. 

l&ilurdBy, 10 a.m. — Festival Parade 
Atbntic A^^iue to 31st Street. 



Storting at 16th Stre^ up 



Saturday, 2 p.m. — Rodeo performaiK^e at Rodeo Grounds, Frontier 
aty. 

Saturday, 9:30 p.m. to wee small hours— Dance H CAVALIER 
BEACH AND CABANA CLUB. 

Sund^. 2 p.m. — ^Rodeo PerfonnaiK:e at Ro(ko Grounds — Frontier 
Oty. Special giMst stor— Bill Dana. 



Bystander Who Saved 
Life k Identified 



-An, 



cyclttt 



'^20 



FOP Holding 
Hawaiian Night 

PRINC5ESS itf^NE— "Hw Prin- 
cess Anne Fraternal Order of Po- 
lice wffl hold a "Hawaiian Night" 
Saturday at the iOP €3i*. 

The eveiri: vnU feattue a Ha- 
witen Ni^t" Saturday at the 
FOP Club. 

•Wie event wiM feature a Ha- 
waiian fkwr ^Mm and dances 
complete wiQi grass skiits md 
leis. Mtoi*a^ wi familiar with 
the Huk wfll be aWe to dance to 
more famfliar rytimis as provided 
Ity Ssy Ward aiwi his Ddjonaires. 

A breakfast will be «rved fol- 
lowing tte ctaiMX. 

A new f^ure of the cl^rt) wfll 
be a dinner served ftvm 6 'to 
10 p.m. TXiesday «hroi^ &tair- 
day. Dinners wiH be fwlilrfrie to 
members wA their guesrts irt &rt- 
ui^y nigW's affair. 

The regular &mdigr Ixiffet 
dinnera will be continued aA tbe 
dub. 



1 bused 



VIRGINIA BEAOI 
tfie Uf 6 <rf an injured 

e intersectkMi 
morhing dt Jul 
Heun e(Ai^ 

B^ h^O^ the 
around in time to see Heim lyii^ 
in ttie road vr& a mvm \^ m- 
|ury. He was loeng biood zi^dly. 

B^ improviaed a tmmJcpet 
1^ r^novii^ bte bek and uraa^ 
ping it around <H^n's leg to i^ 
the flow ol blood. He r^iMined 
«^ Hekn ui^ tl^ Vi^ma 
^tch ileseue Squad ambuUuux 
arrived. 

Rescue Scpiad members later 
credited an '^mknown by^an<tor" 
witii saving Ifekn's life. 

BeU's identity ^me to li^ 
recently when Helm, a Boabwain 
litete Thnrd Oa^ 9t^m^ at 
NAS Qoeana, lumed bis rescuer. 
As a reauR, B^ received ttie f<d- 
lowinf tetter frMn the Command- 
ing Officer of Heim's Squadron: 
DMr Mr. Bell, 

I wirfi to extend my sincereel 
Ihanki for )pMt prompt action 
whkh wM re^MnsNib for tav- 
(ni *iw Ufa ol Beatowein Mate 
TMrd Cha^ Ra^nond W. 



ntified byMan<ter who saved 
t July has been i ttenttf ied. 

anl 22nd St mKKmm ^ 

when a motcwcyde q!>era^ by Raymmd W. 

a tziM^. 



Angered Hometowners Criticise Builders 




TbM Inuxw ^id ^mp(tA Hr. uaA Mn. Cbai^ Barker ol 4§2 Bazcdooa Avenue, Priao^ 
i^oe fkm, l» piM a s^ <» a ti«e is iMc tnmt yard caUing jMe^k» to liuHr "Free Rock Oar- 
Am-^IIw ownan, lAiamm b^i m tibwtemeai^ April, data Vbt yud tt term because 4d 
mmmte tmi oAer taiktti| naitorial 1^ nftedAed tat Oe ^mud 1^ Oke te^^s. l^qpieato for 
ka^^mmum tew bfo^j^ m mnltSt Mrs. ftft» said. (Jotoaoa Hoto^ 



Haim waa Inv^vad in a tn^ 
fie accManf wMla riding a 
molorc^w at Ilia intarsaction 
of Birchadc Road ami 22nd Si. 
en Mm morning of 20 July. 

(Mn^t lag wm savaraly 
niwHM«d and ha ««• leaii^ a 
dai^Mwia amounf at Moaa. 
You aniyad ai^ qwiekly ap* 
pliad a taiHt)h|tt«l. B<il far your 
acMbn ha would probably have 
Med to death. 

Yau are to ba commanded 
for your pramirt raacHon and 
affiflianl rai^aring erf lifa^av- 
if^ firtt aid. 

Thauf^ l^im'a lag had to ba 
ampuliMd Im b to l ia f ac le r ily 



racevarfng at Hw U.S. Nawl 
Ho^ritat, Millad^ihla, Ra^ 
whora ha wiN bo Mted tor an 
artificial limb and trained in 
ito use. ' 

I ipa^for UWKy Squadron 
^»ir Mid rtto family of Ray- 
mond W. Haim in wcfNvsnng 
mtr iiiwara appradalien for 
l^vr quick iMnktog and 
piunqn acnon af. nia icafw or 
Iha accident. (Signed) W. A« 
Aridn^ CenMnanding Officer. 



Coffman Is 
4-H Belegate 
To Uruguay 



PRINCESS AM^E— it's a good 
thing Tom Coffimn, a^stant ag- 
riculture agent here, enjoys warm 
weather t)e«iu3e he's in for a 
straight 18-raonth dimmer season. 

He will leave October 8 for 
Uruguay to ta^ pari in the In- 
ternational Farm Youth Ex- 
change program conducted by tiie 
National 4-H Club Foun<totion. 

The summer season is ju^ 
starting in Uruguay and by the 
time his tour of duty ends in that 
country the good old summertime 
will be starting in America. 

CoffflMn's trip tiS a delegtrte in 
this program was ^xmaored by 
business fim^ and 4hH Oubs m 
his native Roanoke County. One- 
tiiird of tiie coats were raiaed 
thrmigh 4-H members'* adling 
newspaper ajhscri{^k>m, conduot- 
mg bake aalea and other projects 
and thrmi^ <«Hitributi<ms from 
various Avka ami business flnns. 

He baa been studying ^>aniab 
for the past few monUia ao tbaft 
be can convene wit, b^ new 
ftlends in Uni^y. WbUe ttfere 
he will live in private homes, toke 
pictm«s and gath^ informatkai 
on urban life and pnk^&m fttd 
share his knowledge wMi Anteri- 
oans wben be return h(Moe. 

He wiU also ac^piaint the p^h 
pte of Urupay witii Anwrica 
through piobues and ii^irattibn 
on his own home and conmmi^y, 
a^vte and country. 

'nils program was launched in 
1048 and this year there will be 
130 ymmg Ameriams going to 45 
«ounlr^ on fp exdnai^laals-^ 
The fcn^i^ (tel^^es visit .ttttfK 
lea from AprA tJu«igh Sept«irt>ff 
and the Amerkans v^ otbof 
onmtries from Oetob«- tiuY>ii|^ 

Coffiiun wifl rective^ weidE of 
orietrtation in Wajftin^<m viaitii^ 
the Uruguay ^abusy and beii% 
acqutthted with t)» customs of 
tbirt couJrtry betcm leaving from 
Mi^mi on Odober 8. 

After he rebui» to America 
next April, Coffinan wffl apeml 
some time lecturing on his tr^ 
tlwn he trnpea to -work tovrard h^ 
doctorate in psychol(^. ' 



Council Defers 
Action On Pit 

VIRGINIA BEACH— More than 150 people crowded Cte 
Council chambers Monday in 0{^x}sition to a prt^XKcd borrow fM 
in the Sajo Farm area of Bayside Boroi^. . 

An af^ication by E. V. Williams Co. and &um:^l G. Jbnia 
for a use permit to (^rato the borrow pit was presented to (XM^lSt 
but a vote on its 4>pl'oval was t— 



(teferred to the next meeUng, 
September 23. 

City Planning Director F. 
liason Ganta^ said tl^ Planning 
Commission recommended denial 
of the permit as "not tbe best use 
of this knd." 

Many of those pre^irt ex- 
pmsed their views both for and 
against the permit. Opposition to 
the borrow pit ceirtered around 
the flowing poii^: 

• Fear thi^ ttie excavation 
would tower the water table in 
the area and cause wells to go 
dry. 

• A p(^H>le hazard to diildraa 
playing in llw vkinMy. 

• Inconvenience, noise and 
traffic t»ziads expected to residt 
from tiie op^tition. 

• Hie possible loss of property 
values. 

"Hie boiTow pit would cover an 
estimated ^ to M acres on Jones' 
pn^>eity md would be used pi^ 
fiiarUy to supply fill for tbe con- 
atifwtion of Interstate Hi^nmy 
64. It woidd be excavated to an 
estimated <^th of 24 feet. 

The ai«a is b(Hihded on ^ 
north and &aH iy Lake LawsMi, 
<m the south by pri^MM^ owned 



BLOOB BONOR AWARB 
TO HENRY I. JAFFE 



Civic Omfus To 
Begin Rehe»-^ 

vmOmiA BEACH — The Vta^ 
l^ttia 6«^ Civic Ch<irttB wifl be- 
gn ^ {ntqpam irf i%fl rebeam^ 
A tlw Galilee f^piscopal Church, 
40th St. and I^idfic Aw.. Tuesday 
v^A m6 e^ Tuesday there- 
aMs' at 8 pjn. 

Hie QiMiu te supping plans 
tK »i ML pvtaAfas ol «he 
year, 'Vaq^i" by GatoM 
ftare. 

The ff9^ tea tovttad o^nM 
toterarted to WBimbkat^ to Jrta 



VIRGINIA BEACH — H. I. 
Jaffa, a wtf4mown Virgii^ 
Bead) IxisiMiamian, will receive 
tlK nation's first award tor donat- 
ing ton gall<nis of btood tbrou#i 
the .^n^ican Itod Cross Bkxxl 
Pro^nun. 

A citation and pin are bebig 
pres0:vted to Jaf fe by I^. Thomas 
N Dowiimg in a fecial cere- 
mony at Qte Alan B. Shepard 
Civic Center Septonb©: 2) dur- 
ing tile Bed Crtas Koodmobile 
visit. 

On the saim di^ ^te wiU be 
honored as an (MiManding Ki- 
wanian by tl^ CsqpM Dii^ot of 
Kiwanis Clubs, a four-^^ or- 
pmization meting Sept. 19, 20 
and 21 at Virglnra B^ch. 

Jaffe has been dohatii^ blood 
snce 1930 wlnn a good frieiul of 
the family <tovdqped toukem^ 
and Jaffe answered a oafl for 
donora. 

During WorW War Bt, witii tbe 
ffitablislunent of tbe Uood buik, 
Jaffe began donattaig t^wd at 
re^lar nine-week interval. 

tiamg hm lifetkm, Jaffe esti- 
nutes, hs baa donated closer to 
1§ <n- 18 ^ons of blood. Tlw 
amount te iaavpomSoSe to deter- 
mine since no rectmis were kept 
m the mrhex ymrs. 

Jaffe, a nstive North Carolin- 
ian, moved to SuffidE m 1917 and 
later stated what becaim tlM 
br^st fftsap of individu^y 
owned ftim^ire atom m Vir- 
l^nia. 

He aokl the bA of im ftuiutore 
^bum in mO and went toto the 
teUet vaKiy-to^iMsar lii^m». 
After sdb$ the last of these 



shops in 1949, be made bis bomft 
in Vir^nia B^kch. 

Active in national and iirtema- 
tiomtl charities* Jaffe he^wd s^ot 
tte local Cripi^d Children's So- 
aeiy^ iMlped build the Crif^led 
Chiklren's Can^ at Neweaslto, 
and often has as his guest FatlMar 
Flanagan of Boys Town. 

"■Peopte forget they have a^ 
rental to pay for ocpif^ing a 
.^Kice here on earth," be «»n- 
n^nt^ rec@)tiy. 

"Wben we come into Has 
world, we have certain obli^cnB 
to our community." 

Red Cn^s regulations will re^ 
quire Jaffe to stop giving blood 
at tile age of ^, his next birtb* 
day. 

The presei^tiiM) of the ten- 
ga^n pm wffl be toade as he 
donates his last pint. 

Jaffe is sn «3t^ menAer of 
tt» Virginia Beach Kiwanis C3ub, 
^Kimors of the Septeoibet- M 
Bloodmobile viat. 



BIDS DATE CHANGED 

Bids on the sterilizi^ equip- 
meiA for the G^ieral HoapKal of 
Vli^nia Beadi will be o^n^ 
n«it Thursday at 11 am. instead 
ot to^y as originaMy flansKi, 
HMfMd Admfaii^rrtv mM Wcd- 
nesdt^. They will be <^peiMd rt 
the yma> buftUi^. mda fw tbe 
f^Msal oontni^ iM be <^wd 
tiie suae ^ at 2 pm. 



To Cm WiU 
Average $IM 

PRlNCa:^ .^<INE— Price sup- 
pori k)tm for the 1963 com crop 
will Vfertige $1.21 per bushd in 
Virginia Beach, according to 
N. T. B^ Vii^inia B^udi Of fice 
Itottger !<»: tiie Ai^toidtond 
Stabil^Mitm oad Conservation 
S^ifice. Ito ffixl a speml pri(» 
nippott pajtmA of Uk: a ix^l 
bri]^ tbe totd 8un>ort rate to 
$1.^ o>nq>ared witii a 19^ rate 
of I1J4. 

Price aui^KHt on tihe 1963 com 
crop will be avaiUide only to 
faimeis takii^ part in the 1963 
feed grain pre^m. Tlie loms 
wiB fwry with the gr»ie and 
mo^tore content of an individual 
aop. ' 

Seal said an the 1963 pro- 
duction oi com fnxn {wrtidpat- 
ing famu ^n be put under tiw 
price aipport loan this year. Las^ 
year, it was Ibntted to not more 
Son the normad prodoctton of (he 
ptoited acrei^. 

Farmers haviiig any questicms 
or walking <fetails on piacioi 
aun under loan ^ould contact 
tile ASCS Couiriy Office. Deal 
Mid. 

Mrs. Deal bi 
Graduate School 

PRINCES ANNE— Mrs. Eliaa- 
both D^, home dononstration 
agent for Virginia Beach, has en- 
r^I^ as a graduate stodeirt in 
the School of Home Sc(momics 
and is working toward her mas- 
k's de^ee. 

Sbe ies been grained leave 
from her duties here by the l^ite 
Per«}nnel Board and Virginia 
Beadi City Council. 

Mrs. Deal has selected HcMne 
Management in Family livii^ as 
ber area of woric because "to- 
day's families mu^ nsdce more 
and more deepens in every 
phase of family life." 

Her ficM will tsiain her m 
iKHising, b<»ne ftimisha^ foods 
ffid mttritton, &mmuaBr educa- 
tton, dotbing and IntQea, mcmey 
nanigemgit and nai^ other 
leeas <d tMxne mtfatgnottit 



by heirs of C<Miie& D. Ftmh 
Strom, and <m the west by (M 
Diamond Sprii^s Ro^. 

Representative of E. V. Wil- 
liams Co. said the pit wwild be 
operated for not mare than three 
years and then would be turned 
into an artificial bike witb a mik 
of shoreline, l^is, Ihey sM, 
would raise, n^ier ttem lower, 
property values in tbe vicinity. 

Miomey Edwui C. KedaA, 
speaking in favor of the iffle per- 
mit, said tM brir^g fill from 
gr^^r di£^anc«s would endfi^or 
Uvea on tbe bi^ways. 

"The road must be fauitt," fee 
said. "Aa Virginia B«K;h ^ows, 
some people will have to be ^ 
oopvenienced." 

Attorney Itobert Nustoum, DM 
said he repmei^ed 92 tomttil 
inchiduig "virtudly every ohu, 
woman and chikl in (brt »«•»*' 
told council, '^Iliese p«>ple didnt 
buy their property in onler to be 
nek to a borrow ptt. 

'"niey see an advairta^ for 
only one per»}n." he mi, m mi 
obvious reference to Jraes. 

NwiKUffli drew ipg^iase from 
his sui^iters when he c<Hinter^ 
the sug9»tion tiiat Jones wmiid 
not '^devdop a minaBre al Hi 
own froi^ door." 

"Mr. J<m^ is goii^ to be psM 
A balf-nftflM d^bra to attt^.'^ 
NU 



Dusoh, Srown 
Re-Bected Mon. 




FRANK A. DMSCH 




S. P/Ua Mlt^N 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Ci^ 
Council MoiKlay unanimously re- 
elects Frank A. Dusch to an* 
other terns as mayor and S. I^ul 
Brown to another t«in as vice^ 
mayor. 

The meeting was tte first held 
since five incumbents bepn new 
terms ami newromer lari M. 
TebuaK b^^ime BtaK^nrota^ 
coutMSbmui S^t&sbs 1. 

CkHindi re^^QKunled dty smm- 
aga- W. m mm H ^belt. e^ 

B^ GeMia Vdus Md 
dfy atteTM^ Stmi^ HUI^ 



rlTIrWf*' 



m OMch StHM-NEV^; Thursday, Sejn»ember 1 2, 1963 




C^ral ^ "We'fl C^Kxue Your Idea'' - Uoustat 

A^ A^ore's Belfry 

mm ro Bm*x> suma market 
mrn sr. vm^iNiA •each sa o-soai 





ANDIAL STOIACE t TKAKSFEK CORP. 



46^^* fOR iNGEL NtOTHEKS. INC. 



428-2833 




Eye Exercise No Help For Eye Damage 



Shidh a proMein as faulty musde- 
balimce can ex^ Tho muscles 
(very tiny ones) which afe UMsd 
to focus the eyes may in some 
cases be.<rf ui»qual stie0k. In 
such instances, eye exercties can 
be (rf help. TTiis conditibn is wH 
wy ^namon, Acm^. 

For ttic great majori^ erf tye 
ijbfects, exncise <a a struggle to 
"get ato^ ^ttout eyepa^s^" 
1^ do w> good M aQ. Vm laat 
saying tiiat it will harm ^xu* 
e^ — «t probably won't But the 
elfoFt will make it harder for you 
to s« things and it may put you 
B^er enmigh strain to give yoa 
iH^dfK^es or a^m tm& conse- 
ipimses of ttoitoi. It will ate> be 
a MUte of tta». 



Ndbaif vp^vs i^^las^ un- 
^ to needs ^n. 

Tour «^ teMAfe (tev^^ed 
lAite y(w were oM wearing eye- 
|te|^. There '» no reason to 
mfc tbat iMt wiring ey^asses 
Mw is jp}ing to u^b what hi^ 
I^Md&n. 

byii^mes dM*t ^ect dK 
i^te fli Ae teato erf the eyes. 
E^gb^^ merrily feomfxi^ — 
te e^» bleiKi ^ li^t r%i a 
ttMi Wo miKh (<Nr ^teps lut 
^pMe «Mi^) so tei^s are 
pPMwl to bend the 1^^ tuys 
}ttit eoMgh in the opposite direct 

Oood eyest^t j:aiincrf be de^ 
w^ml by ex«n3lB«; any more 
ttaa you can usfipim hearing 
iMtmn^ to noises. 

Itowewr, I fhould add om 
point Id avoid nwu^iM^dkig. 



Engagements 

l»ETERS — EVANS 

Mrs, Wetiey Alack inters Jr 
has amtounrad flie ^a»meiA. 
9t h«r daughter, ^^ Ji^, m 
PtifA Alfred ^an. He to itle son 
of Mr. aiKi &s. Morton (SAiurk* 
tvans o! Lyniriiaten, V«. Beach. 

Miig Peters, who is the daugh- 
to* of the late Wedey Made 
Peters Jr., was graduated Irom 
Miw Turnbull's Schopl and m em- 
ployed by todolph, Co^ k Van 
Le^nnen, be. 

TTie prospeotive bridegroom is 
in the VS, Navy, ^rvtag idsowl 
the US§ Ilewpwl News. 

tb& i^Mii^ will take place ih 
OcW»r. 



CWfcT HOUSE SCH@OI. ^W 

The Court House School F-TA 
will hdd its fa A merting of the 
new school yea on Monday at 
8 p.m, in the school auditorium. 
I^se amm and get acquainted 
wWh y«ir chiM's teaclM' ai^ 
other parents. 

MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 

VHUJINIA BEACH— A recra* 
Blue and Gold Manhenh^ Driw 
was heW hy Navy Wives Club 
No. 143. Shie team Md a luiK:h- 
eon 1 for <Uie Ck)ki t^un at the 
home of Mrs. Elmira Jones. 




FIRST STOP 
ON THE WAY 
TO SCHOOL 



Thus, wiA tlK (^nii^ ol the 
taw sdKxrf t«m, have your 
child's e^ jiaraised. Oood vi- 
sjonB*vfeal w» stady. Yowr child 
^MMMt do his best at sdiool ua- 
y^s he aem btoi^bQard and 

imed pages cleai^. Help him 
tee his way to sdiola^k suo(%ss 
by having r^ular eye examina- 
ttons. 




Mrs. Hendrickson 
Joins Newcomer 
Greetinir Service 



Weddirtg! 



LET DR. 3ALASKY ^pffi^ IBfOR EYEI — 
^^MINIA BEACH OFFICE N<mwmM€VWKM 

:)i3 jiwaiRGEi EQUfTABLE BUILDING 



PHONE GA 8-1521 



PHONE MA 7-3252 



OVER 4# YEARS 








Back to sdiecrf Hi dsAw «• 
imtly cleaned. They'll kiek 
'^ini hex" fraA ami tiMt. 

Sfdt C-teanerd 
325 Uskin fo»id 

^^wsite Gofenial S^m, 

GA 8-2801 



Nbs. Vlrpnia l-toriifclaen 

liWt^a-JMrs. Vli^B^Hen- 
dri^iwn «f Linl^ ter bum 
imasA a h«les for ^ Newcnn- 
er (Sc^ng Survi(% hi ^ Yh-- 
giin BhA area. 

Sitae win wmk ^h lirs. Mm 
W. <teat, ttM ««a i«|vNiaMMe. 

A niiw of Weflt Vo^i^ ttrs. 
Heisditeh^m has hv^ in Viqfi^ 
Beadk for tte pm IS ^Bs. Sie 
mi IM- hoAttd, tta^. €4Mg6 G. 
H«Mbicteon, f^ to nute IMs 
the^ fmama/L ^mob •nten he 
r^M jNb flie Am^ mart July. 

Aft • f^vconwr tes^ Mrs. 
Hendrksfeon will serve as a 
"twalkl]^ bureau of iafnnMttm" 
for new indents moving into tiw 
b^ch «r». ^ie wffl repcsant 
various merchants and business 
flirns hi caUii^ on tl» wrwcoo^ 
ers. 

The Nt^Mxaer Greeting Serv- 
ice was founded 17 yeara ago in 
Pine BhiH, Arkan^s and it is 
now in opea/^m in 28 states. 

Furtter information on this 
service may be obtained by caH- 
mg Mrs. HendridESon at 428-2552. 

Garden Oub To 
Meet S«pt 17 

WOLFSNMtE — Tte Wdtf- 
srare Plantation Ganleii Oub 
wiM me^ S^. 17 at 8 pA. wib 
Mrs. C. H. Aired. 

Mrs. Burroy of NOTfcflk wfll 
^Mr on "V«rt«ty hi AMwnge- 

Any area fiijinitii iufnMM 
in joining H^ dub li aifeed to 
contact Om mmku^^ap dttir- 
man, Mrs. PoDy Id^wr^ rt 340- 
8844. 




TAYLOR-GRAY 

INIA BEACH — mm 
Alice Taytor tfjd M. 
Grajr Jr. we Muriad 
A 4 pn. in the VeOiod- 
Ist Chapel. The Rev, Bewriy Fel- 
ty performed the ceremony. 

Ihe bride to the dau^tex of 
Mr. and Mrs. N. Corbin TaylOT. 
Ilw bridegi^m is tto ton of Afr. 

■Qd ms. mtim T. m^ <rf <a^ 

tef, fti. 
The tnide's fatho- fww b& hi 



CHURCH WOMEN TO MKEf 

IX)NEK)N MITOGE — The 
nunthly m^hng at Vfoami of 
tte Church of EaMem Stoae 
Q^ wiU be held Ities^ at 
10 ajn. in the dhurch. 

Ihe pn^ram wHl be on tl» 
J«:^ott Field Home iosr CiAk A 
mflvie will be Aown. 



Vmcmh BEACH 

^••I CANT HAVE JUST ANY PE8MANENT" 

. . . M<wt WMnen can't' Lucky Indfed, Ae k^ «*o* Mk we lenm 
"nomui." She's in the beanlby traooriby. Most hair tm emblems. It's 
too oily, or so thy an ondteary wave m^}t make it kxA: Kke friz^d 
hay. PerUajB it's been bleadied or ookaed to mdb » degiw of P^iomty 
ttert. the hair f*r^ absorb pemmasA wave toUons too fast 11* re- 
quirts a completely gentie pfotoMHM pemai^t. Or yow hair m^ 
leaoh «>e diher estreme: so Iwrd te curl tfiat "juirt any" ^enBMuet 
^«m't take. Our permanent wiB . . . v/ehamomfaat4er jnorfKibton! 

STYLISTS 
MKI. TERRY MRS. REK) 

MRS. BROWDER MR. VINCENT 

We are proud to announce tiiM Mr. Vincent has reoeotly 
join^ our sta0 erf experts. 

hAmm ROAD, VIRGINU BEACH PlioM GA S-3191 
ouK NORFOu: um:ation 

IM LMiiHi Dr^ IVarts Comer — Pk. St3-181f 



Mm mm wM of honor. 

M4H«aUi were Mines Char- 
taAe 1%^ d^ Mary Margaret 
Taylor. 

WiHkun Gny of Cbeiter, broKh- 
er <rf the bridegroom, wtts best 
mm. Groomamen were Fred Tay- 
tor, Walter Ttcfi/fx Jr. and Thomas 
C, TaylOT. 

A lero^on vm ^M in tte 
hooM of Dr. and Mb. W. L. Tay- 
lor. The <»^ nm^ift tk xtm 
Boyle m.„ Obmlm, Pa. 

mmOiK — Wm linda Lee 
ty^m hawni %t taM ^ U. 
dmMr Ailn Banrfsflh Jr., 
UteC. Sato^ at 4 pm In Ip- 
wnA MfMsttt Ctenft. fha 
^MM^ IN* ^aMhnnid hf tt» 
l^v. fo-. Own ^tfy. 

Vt. $nA Mm. JoiiB ftanH ^^ 

gro^n is 0» son W Ifr. and Mii.' 
Ob^ha- Allan fiamtoith, dso of 

Tte hfide was ghren in ma- 
ria^ by J»r latl»r. H«r s&ter, 
Mis. Rob^ N. Lawren<» <3i Rich- 
mond ^na mafaron of honer. Mias 
Q»ce Masie BaanforCh, tfite- of 
t}» ImdegFoom, was oMwi of 
himcn-. firktesoiaids were Mte La- 
verm Kidd, Mrs. DtsmM Ckjureie 
aiKi <M^ Dona Setunan. (Ximyl 
ThuiBton WM ftowtr ^ and 
M^ D^ttm of Rioiunond 'wm 
tisg bearer. 

Mr. Bttitfoatii mu Ma »n's b^ 
nmn. Groommen were Lt Itobeit 
hmAmi of Dayton, Ohio, Robeit 
N. Lawi«oce ctf BMhomd, Um 
Jartdns, loie Dttmraody, ttdi& 
We&erington and Ralph Bmn- 
loitii. 'btnOm of tiw bridegrofun, 
^ el ^^dntt iBeaA. 

A neeiMaD mm heU la the 
diurch socMd tofl. Afto: a wed- 
Sb^ (2^ to the' New ^^md 
tM&, 0» <miple will 1^ hi 
i^UBp tiejwne, tfiC., wi^re Lt. 

KmeS-OTTINGIR 

VKia^AK—mm fiigoua Ann 
#tt^ bwan» ihe IxMti <^ Swen 
ABm CMting^ on &taKfoy irt 
5 pjn. m LarctanMot I^UudiM 
Onneh. ttm ee^msm «•& per- 
fcmed fey the Mde'a wu^, the 
Rev. Or. J<An G. I^uilt of Ekm 
C<^^ Hon, NjC. Ite was »- 
sisted by the »ev. G«n-ge H. 
Boyd, ]^i9tor of Q» chuiv^. 

The brkle is a daugbter of Dr. 
ssaA Mis. Brock itef#n Jonn. 
The hii<kirooai'» fvrata are Ur. 
and Mrs. Beui flfooper OtUi^er 
of Lymduven, Vn^mi B^ush. 

TM bFUm yms ^vw m nm* 
n^ by her Mfaer. Her aater, 
Wm Stoy Iferbeit Joaes, wae 
maid of bmor and eaiy atl^Ki- 
ant 

Mr. Ottin^' wa» best man to 
his son. Groomsm^ %<ere B^oney 
Urn Otthige- d OhelMtes^^le, 
ENu^n i^r^kins Joo@ 3r. ot 
Fiai&Un, and f^rands C^bmd 
Anderaon and IfiUten G. VfyMi, 
both of %noxv^ Teui. 

A reception was 0ven m Che 
hmie of the brkle*i p8<^B, 923 
LcrchoM Oemxsi, te- ^ 4p- 

The ew^ ^iM IhRi M 7340 
Hampton Ovd. 



McGONIGLE-HfLMS 

iBMORFOLK Th^ marriage of 
vm Gthel icCkmijde and 

M^k Flo^ iisiros Jr. toflt place 
Wniky k! noioB in Gt. Plus X 
Ca '\. The Rev. Theo- 

phtiiic vrwi:i»eck perlonned the 
ceremony, 

Ihe hiMe Is tte 4tia^btjer of 
Mr. and Mrs. Witar R. I^Gomgte 
Of Irti^nta WmOi. Tm Md»- 
poen li ^ Mtt ^ W'. and M^ 
AfteA 'Fto)^ Helnvs of ViffiiiBi 



Joyce shapes a 
fashienaUe swept-bsck hed 
at jiwt the right, dight ^evarien. 
Put! it sn a fa»d»atjn« UtHe featherweigbt 

to teke rou on a M# tni^nt 

M I^MI Slito iUuiim vamp «itk a 
Mia^v awtf^ ta the Md^na. So Mt. 86 supf^. 
fc Joyctrific from the word "go" 




VppTK 13.99 



Op 



Circa 
1720 



mm n%x% 



Lynnhavwi, 



SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

TEEN-MiE CHARM tXASS 

Our next ^ai-^ CAarm Cbss, ^uA WedMsdiy 
•CtenKK», now be^ fMmed for four meics. Pl^ 
K^lfsx tetter mfmnadMiL 



or 



DAY A f^DAY S%W«^^ ^K^ 9 f.M. 



^mmf. 



■MM 



J 



KiMPSVULE — 'Om Kemps- 
viUa W«ffiffi^ Chib.haid a «Rim 
]«ty «i ^MheM Timday «t 
ttw hatte ^ lbs. Gua MiowUs, 
S354 Vii^inu ^a(di MHtoMPd. 

the OiriMi^tti^ ^Qdl Wwian 
of the Y<w ma ttawd. Thw 
ye^^ r»:^«it of the award waa 
Mrs. Sub OMi^st, a Atf^fliem- 
b^ ^ ^te OKgimiaiton nbo imt 
b^n active in tte dh^' ai£un 
onoe hs l^uriag. 



FOR SALE 
FURmniRE 

DINING ROOM, SmOLE 

AND DOUBLE REDS, 
TAM.es, AO(»aiH.V£S, 

oiwER wHxeam) , 

GOODS 
RMKN^UNJ 



The bride was given in mar- 
riage by her father. Mrs. Ed^wrd 
Todd was her maitron of honor. 
Biifdesmalds were Miss Judy 
Caajitan of Vh<ghiia Beach and 
Mrs. John Langhome. Michael 
Kevin Mr^'"" ''" -^ Viisinia 
Beach wa er. Susan 

Keene was flower girl. 

WM^ 1MI iMH ^ flun. 
GroooMM^ ^m% fti^k Mc- 

Gwdi^ am wm» R. mxtm^e 

A r^ptkm mi hi^ hi fl» 
OM fd^ (MtMi <Mk final 
Air anBoft . ^tau- 1 wMtagih^ 
to V%»ld^ ttMk^i^ iM five lA 
W»l GlfteH &., A^. »4. 

Chi HoMs 
First Meet 

BUCHWOOD— The thdwrood 
Ga^tei Chib held Ms fix^ regu^ 
ms^m «f 4N IM4.m4 temnn 
tfa^ay, S^^emter Snl lA 8 pjn. 
at iie home of Ifts. J. S. An- 
drew^ ^29 Hartan B<»d, Vir- 
ginia Batch. 

Co-Hsataas ito. C. S. Harris 
^d^^ hnv^on^g ^ ^1 new 
pro^p^stive aMirise» v^ were 
mm* tiff the eventas. 

Qmrnt ^peakw, Mri. Ite<M 
.^dMhroek, pait piWK^ «f tte 
Fedenititm of Garden GMs of 
r^^ftdk, i^te on Parhaa^rtuy 
I^D^dures and ^z^md the poHit 
QaA Genial Boberte wk> wrote 
tt)e ]Mm Manud for these pro- 
ceduiva timA many ok^^ in 
r^eajtib and hi the assem^Uta^ of 
this <krta to aa^ tte <AbI» In 
mpMiftipritg an oi^rly, ma&(M\ 
niiming mating, v0k pnfAr re- 
a^sei ,U^ tiw offieen «k1 n^m- 

Mn. Wurrk, <%ainnan of Wi^ 
aiMl M^BU^ as^ux^ plaM ai« 
being fomidated kr hind iid^ 
iiMds ^ (te fivng <rf a 'll^sh 
C^rti^sate of 1^.00 from «» of 
the area d^Motmi^ ^res, to 
one of the hicky dtmars 

Ribbon Wiimuis in ^ Ar^ 
Rragement Cla» were Wfa«. E. W. 
L^mard, Mrs. R. D. Fasag, Jfcs. 
S. J. Peodue and Mrs. Sdward 
Tii^. 

RiMw Wmnen in tiw Hotli- 
oMwe das was Mrs. Tvg^. 

Nursery Gets 
New Helpers 

VlRGfi* lA mMM — Two atr 
t^idanis have be^ obtMSf^ to 
take erne id ^ mase^ lor iSm 
Ya0xm Beadi YWCA 'IjhIws 
Day Oirt" sei^ at the Vir^nia 
Beach MethodMt Onmdi, Mrs. 
Pdtia Gregg, mirsery dMirman, 
amovKsd this vraek. 

Stas. Calheiine ^^ a«l Mrs. 
RietaHrd W. Bamm ^., hoitra^s 
at ^ Lttttom Swkss^'s 
Ijcmn^ this awmner/' wfl cMe 
for children boNraen ^ i^es of 
3 anl 6 years during Oie ^r^ 

Cluffges for tiie nin^»y wM be 
|1 per child per day or 50 coito 
for tuU a ds^. Ihere will he m> 
charge ftn- r^stration <tey, Sep- 
tember 26. 

'Htt children wffl ' be serv^ 
lumdi in tha nuratry prnfUUig 
tha jpattfR fumiih tht hoU 

wm. ttafar tod Mrs. 'Bsmm 
are both grandmothers and «ni 
"eaperienced baby-sitters." 

Trestman Joins 

SdNnw- Pfiiaidaiit ot LarMW 
Real ^ration an^uw^ 

that hviD <s>onny} Trestnaa 
jciaed the offices of 
RMky Coiipor. 
in commercial rea: esiate aM «^ 
develofied lands. 

iDMaMn has baan iiiDUllli 
in Ihe fauiUi^ imhutoy for mu^ 

y^^^^ Is mmm ^mm «• ^ 

^ topiueut ef 9mtfi^^ aoh 

oMfeveM^, $b jMMMfea •rtWl M 



Wmt WMMiChi^— 

AsIStelt-- 





B^Deri 



it takes stuiiv to lio well at ichool t; '^ 

juj . » ajjree! (that's sale.) 

Well, now what do you n^ to provide for this 
of tteir tearing? C^ ns^wuy torn ii—A ^sk or mm. wm a 
<Aair Art is ^ ihit height tor toWe or <fc«k and 
fw i« chUd. H^ffiould be able to sit up straig; 
a^ have tet {» ^ floor. If more than two feei 
wi<te, ytm wlB wed a swing-arm tamp. 

Vwy dark m br%ht surrounding colors would 

^ 1^ distr^ti^ Mmtrast to reading ar ' '-r 

mjteMls. You frt the best rewrits if: 
JMc to^ are light (add a large, light Motter) 
Ad^Mcnt walls are light, too (tackboard - - *- 
iwd) 

Lamp dttciw are fairly ^nm; or top 
U^ but Mt flti^ cotor. 
Mn<» pe^Ie have only one pair trf ey 
f(N«)«T, MXtecA U^Aii^ is mMt imporOnt. to jtfovMe ^ we 
either ai tte ftrilowu:^; 

A. TABLE LAMP— 15»' fttsm bottom <rf stode to d^. 
SHADE — should meMure 8" noim ^, l^^^Kvcm ite 

temun wud be 10" fn»n top to bottom. 
BULB— 56/150 w three-way for 8" ^ass d^u^ m im 

iMM_tor Um^ miag flu difhuing duk. 
H-ACS— Center of lamp sha^ 15" left of work a^; 
^ 1 2" t»ck frcMn from e^p of ^k. If M-^ianitod, ravene 

fkit mMURUsn^ flda» lamp r^t. 

B. PAIR OP WALL U^MPS—ideal for child's study cmm. 
BULB: 100 w eadi. 

DIFFUl^R: 6" ptote bowl; or flat pl^tk diffii^ d»6 
below bulb. SOOCET wr^TION: W betow ^ada. 
SHADE: t<^ 6", d^h 7", botom 10". 
WIDE DESlC->If d^ u mxe than two fe^ ^ep^ t^tm 
iype$ wfth an ex^^ii^ at swing arm by wUeh ^ean 
move die cmtet ol tiie diMe forwa^. 
WLACE— Craiter fl» di^bs 30" ^Mti^ m<we dian 17*' 
b«k from front ed|»s # d^, p«^e^ly 6" - 12" fawn 
tont. Mount bottom ed|^ 15** above deA, 

After stiKfyh^ in such an atnu»{rfie» withMit intmup^n 
until w(xt m ixsapMcd or it is time for a toedc sti^iM do Mcdm- 

plkh CKXC. 

Oh! what for the "bfcak" refr^hmcnts. It should be soraedikg 
fr(»i the liM ol meded foods. It can be ano^er glass <^ mUk eMier 
pkin or as a milk drink. Fruit ot fruk juices Coe sure to have cteni 
«uA day) are uwAer si^g^^n. If cookies ate ^w^ l» sure 
ftey emtaitt »»nettii^ bes^ justsweets. Exampte oatmeal cookie 
ma/te witfi mOk. ^r^ches ocmtaming oi^at, pomnt boMr (a 
sjvead may be used. 

Watch greasy Iried foo^, ctocokte tf ^ne is a »»^xk» 
{xt]btem. 

Watch amount of meded foods so m to get eaou^ erf «U. Alio 
watch calor^ if already overweight 

Personal Mention 



lb. md Ifap- YNoM Ctem (rf 
ShMt flmi, Mi., mm spM this 
weetoid as ^ guea^ of Mr. and 
Mrs. r. Peaf^^ar Oi^^ at tNtt* 
iNine m ^iagdon Rd., fit^ 
Coitony. 



Billy Htd^od, who s^^ tiie 
mmmei attoiitmg t]» Uitf^i^ 
ot Guam ^uto in Mexico, i^eM 
aevoal w^ks w^ his fwrrats, 
Mr. «)d Mrs. J. Dcmgkis !hri»id, 
on 8?lh Si., betom retumli^ <m 
Wednesday to ftoKfcdph'l^xm 
dMegs in A^daid. 



mm HarrM GUan, <te^ter 
of Mr. and 9Sn. Oitfte GMUam, 
h«s left to enter Si. Msafs ikmm 
Ci^ge in RaMgh, N.C. 



Mr, and Mrs. Toy D. Savage 
Jr., end theh- f«nily, who teve 
been spendfaig the sunnoff at 
^leff i^ta^B on 98Qi St., haw 
retan^d to their hwne hi !fo^ 
Mk. 



Cd. <Ra)qiund Dixu» Wii^ 
USMC. Mn. Wri^ and tii^ 
fwr chlMren, wlw hava-h^sa hv- 
mg on IMk Neck Road, l»ve 
moved to 214-6%tl ^reet. 



m:. and Mrs. Georp Mq^ <rf 
the ^utern ^M»e ^nt last 
wi^kend viattii^ their s<m-hi4aw 
and dau^ite-, Mr. and Mrs. G. 
Pow^ Ihnrks M their Bay Colony 
home. 



Mis. Bradf<ml AlcDoweQ of 
Itabtffo, N.C, is viatttag her son- 
in4aw and dax^^im, Mr. It Mra. 
t^obm L. Tun^r irt their h<»&e at 
Slat and Q^an Front 



Mr. and Mrs. &unuel G. Jon^ 
tad tenUy, who have been apeiid- 
ing tha summer at «hair rrttHgi 
oa TSrd St., hawi ntomed to <Mr 
to Norf^. 



i^ -vm tmtA pntt ^ Ite. 
^^ C. Mt at iitf tent « 
OMv IH^ IMva. 



M-. ttd Mm. tkfffe E. 
fwmU *•.,». aM Ifci. Jftseph 

w. cmm mi mt. ^ vk 

Wmmd G. ^^d ^m apena 
ttte^^ ^e^M A f^ tM Ranch 



Ifitt Ami Ibttny Hobam, 
Miaa Bet^ Crawiopd and lOn 
Annette P&t^ wU laaveSandiqr 

to rehim to St. ito@iz«t'a S(AM % 
at Tat^[»hann«dt 



Mr. aia ms, C. Wil^ Gxamiy 
ami tettily, haw lat^Md to MMstr 
h(«» h) NwMe aitor ^)md^ 
the smnsw lA ^wir awamr 
^ne en Soa^ Bay Siore Drive, 
Bay CoJony. 



Bil^ ^&^a, aon of Mr. mm! 
1^. WiUiam Ru^^ 0^ has ktft 
to r^vne his shidte at Ban- 
Mph-Maom CoU^ m ^^^d. 



Wm &isaa i^^mK ^^MLU 
T^mM ho* AkI^ ^ tile Vti- 
vemty of IiMhnMka ^ter ^end- 
liV tte anaraer iMi her grmd* 
paereiMs Mr. aai Mb-s. WUhMn H. 
nm^H» hi Bi^ Coloi^. mm ita- 
Una wm rehmi Ihank^Elvh^ to 
tmka tar MkA st the N(tf&^ 



Miss Narter 
Norsiiig erait. 




Mr. uaA Ml. ^to B. Pi^gton 
^i v^^^ I^^^^Khpw on 

Wft fc, i^w t ^aa Witt Haw- 



m. mSL ^^ 
^ Mt lta«r^ 
«t m AiMt 




GERALDINE NARTER 

aidine Naiter, daugkl«i of Col- 
onel and Mrs. Guy 6. Ni 
566 Brandon Rd., Bay 
Virginia Beach, recently 
dted from the Unkm 
School of Nuning at 
Mass. She will now jfi 
ing staff at the OiU^rem 
pital in Boston, Mass. in prepara- 
tion for further advanced aursing 
training in pediatrics. 

\*^ile livmg in Virginia " 
Miss Hartar attended ^ 
Baach fi^ SchocO. 




7 



nniversarj 




KM Mm AMXjr im^wts 



ByCO.SmlllJ 



Wliy D» kys Tbfaik Giri k Comeited? 




Mr. an4 Mra. H. u. I'WttMi a ii4 uUKvie w Kd. celelinited Ujeir 5Utli we<Wii^ anniversary 
Sept. 1. TJw Feltons were tiie fl«t 0(m|rte married by ^ now famous Rev. Roy Ai^el. Mcmbere 
<rf the Foxhall Bi^>tiit Church, they haw lived hwe siace Aeir manage m 1913, (Ckut {rficto) 



BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mn. Thomai W. Pik- 
tini tnnowiee ^e i^eOi of tt^r 
&^ chiM. a dau^Ma*. niereaa 
Marie, on /oi^ai ^ in 'N<H4oIk 
General Hospitel. Mi^. Fid»tini 
ii the fonjter Mi» Card Ann 
fti^, daugbt^ of Mrs. ffiehoto 
ItotUs of NorfoiUc, md Mwaitf 
5. Sharp of New York City. Mr. 
Mi^ini M tite son of Mr. and 
Mra. Joaepli O, Ptiatiai of Prin- 
Anne, Viefit^ Beadi. ' 



Wc. and Mrs. John Kbtitin 
^Veterson of Norfolk announce the 
Urth of tiielr &>A chfld, a dau^i- 
m*. ISiaA^ett ^lart, on Sept. 4 
to Virginia Beach Geiwral Hm- 
l4^(L JMtoi. fNtoiMni tt ^ tortner 
lUB ttoy Ml<% IVfdte, dM^stn- 
of Mrs. WilUam ^tton White of 
Ito^olk ani tte tate «^. White. 
Mr. Person if tiie «« of C^ntfa-. 
Garence J. Peterson, IM^, <ret,), 
«id lfa«. Pet««)n of Ba^de, Vir- 
^lia Badi. 

Weekly Bridge 
Winners Named 

VIRGINIA JBEAOI — Weddy 
wiiuiers for Qis Virgnia Beach 
]^lic^ BMge Out), vfhuAk 
meeta l^fs^s ^ 7:45 at tbe 
Jeff«>son Hotd, w^e annwtneed 
WedneKlay. 

Tl^ were: 

First, mHfh-soi^, Ma. G. S. 
Al«)m and H. Clarkson Mere* 
dith; serond', Mrs. !itey Ann 
Clayton and Mrs. Lilly Johnson; 
third, Mra. E. V. Caulffe« aikl 
Mrs. Hu#i iRttchln, Jr. 

Fhrst, east-we^ Mra. M. F. 
Camp and (Mri, Kirk Wabh; lec' 
end, M. F. tkmp and J. B.- 'Tug- 
man; aurd, Mrs. M. H. Marahall 
ai^ Mrs. G.' G. Simpson. 



THALIA GARDEN aUB 

THMJA — The Tlialta Ganto» 
OUh of Vh«h^ Beach held a 
•IfeMbershli} Ctrffee" recently at 
«» home of Mrs. R. S. White, 188 
Lynnhav^ IWfe. 

|ifew ni€irib«« wta att^ed 
was Mra. J. R. Goff. Prospective 
Mw HMoAers were: Mrs. Lor- 
raine No^. Mrs. Martena Brom- 
^, Mrs. v. A. &illwasser, Mrs. 
Jwsque aeflfcMTTl and Mrs. M. B. 
IHrmon, rf^rflliriia. 

Regular nie»Trt)ers lending 
<wem: Mrs. W. T. Aarato. Mrs. 
0. T. Brav. 1^. A. T. CasBenHO, 
Mhl Gray*» aartev. Mis. R A. 
mis, Mrs. •W. O. PreCTip, Mre. 

D. D. Goff. Mm. 1. K. Lmd. Mra. 
C. H ta^to. Ito. R. J StehAB- 
fter. Mm Pnwhm Twifftrd. Mrs. 

E. K. Eakes. mm. G. L. Wa^d and 
Ifrt. Neal Caadtei, all o! Thrift. 



The 25c U.S. S«vir>"^ Stamp 
now cm sate at Pcwt Offices and 
in manv scte^ iftrmiohmit the 
n»*ten f^«re« the fls" and flie 
minute man. swnbol of thetl.v 
S^vuMs BonA fKftjenwn. Tn ad- 
dit^m to iie 25c sia. Saviiv^ 
amnw in 10c, 50c. $1 ai^$5 
iiaw an oa wte at Ac post o^w 



SERVICES OF STATE 
AeENCIES FAIR FEATURE 



7W fteMe ^# net 1 }iM padu- 
atod (tram cra<te a^oid) ftms a 
s^od I havMi't tew to toM i- 
^ Img wpi^ to tam a Itw 
U^ mnk Vm iWto im« wry 
BbM. I VM M»(D^ wMs tte Buva 
]P9rt» gtalit M^ pnAMii to tJMt 
«M taya ^k t MB exi^M. lljr 
^riA^TMid 4n »maaa« ooe 
1i^ ^t I an not ec^NAtod, but 
iM wovUbH Hrt«i. U I tald *m" 
%» • gro^ e< bojra, ona art at tte 



pmip a^t iveak lo return. I 
an not u^. Many p&^le say 
Aat I an "cute.," It that my prob- 
Itn? J>o fmi ttilBk I am em- 
edM? WU UUiigi be any differ- 
nt in 1^ sehod?" 

out 1EIP1.T: What do yoa 
tttak ^Mft yoioraelf ? Do you 
tbtad; yM are bettor looking tban 
most oC your gbfttrlendi? If so, 
yM. nay abow it in your meikm 
WWOUt ibalizing it. 

mta ia fai^ idMxa are tittte Of- 



tarMt hvm kids fa grade tdiool. 

Tbe ttd^ ter yeu to do is con- 
vi)Dce yonradf ttiat ytra are not 
cinceited— tt^ It will ^ easy to 
convince others. 

Often a b(7 wi^ is «nsid«red 
conceited mere^ because that in- 
divkiual is diy w basUul. Tbey 
hesitate to speak to other boys 
and girls because they fear their 
greetii^ will not be ackiwwledged. 

It isn't necessary to spei^ to 
everyone. Speak to boys and girls 
that you see (Men, that you have 
met, that you have dasses with, 
or know by name. Jf your greeting 
is not returned, don't worry about 
it. Chances are the person you 
spoke to had somettiing important 
<m his mind at tte tine. 

Sincerity ia important to the 
person who wants to be well Uked. 
When you say, "Hi" to someone, 
say it like you mean itr—and ba 
sure you do. 

w«Bt t* <!■«■•■, ar •■ •kiervatloa 
(• BBkc, aaarsaa fmt leltar t* 
FOK AND ABOOT TEENAOERS, 
NATIONAL WBBKLT NEWSPATES 
nSBVICE, rEAMBPOBt, ET. 



Virginia BeacK SUN-NEWS, Thursday, September 12, t^W 



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TRAYLOR OPTICAL CO. 

Virginia Beach's ONLY 
GUILD OPTICIAN 

1 369 Laskin Road/ Professional BIdg. 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 

GA 8-4020 



RICHMOM)— A gr^»hk stwy 
of tin many mrvi^s performed 
for tto heidth, e<lut^<m and wel- 
fare <tf Ihepec^Ie <tf ViitMa 1^ 
d^iei^own^ and grades of t^ 
iriarte i^rvramnent will iinftM in 
tl^ Coo^umv^ltti of Vii^K^ 
buiUing of the 1963 State Fair of 
Vir^nta tme, Septomtoer 20-^, 
R. 0. Glover, the ffur's Exi^xMve 
ViM4>r^ent, sM today. 

Hi^gbts of new ei^iAits and 
pi^n^^ns indtt^: 

Department of Hl^nrays tiiwne 
1^ bd highwio^ m£^. Four ani- 
nu^d ditn'amas, color photo* 
graphs and maps will show how 
roi^ are designed aM built to 
promote greater safety. It will be 
rear lighted and wUl be 60 feet 
long. 

C^munmon of Gaane and In- 
land i^Aerto wQl display exotic 
^une bii^ and fish now being in- 
trodu<^ into Virginia environ- 
ment in order to improve hufltii^ 
and fishing oj^xntunities liy^aug- 
nwnting nirtive gan» species. 

Deputsient of IMxfr wad M- 
dufltry will use revolving display 
dtepii^ii^ servksM offered and 
aaie^ merges. Women's and 
diSi&en's division will lAow 
miniature drive-in giving rales for 
use of teenage M>or. Apprentice- 
ship division witt fraphkaBy pre- 
sent employmeirt opportimities 
after €f>prentice^p training. 

iWvaion of Motor VeWdes will 
show, 1^ ron^ttrison, ^ incrrase 
in use of moto vehicles in Vir- 
ginia. Applications may be made 
^ tiie iK>oth for operato''s y- 
oenae. Abo on display will be m 
antique car. 

Governor's Midway Safety 
Committee wiU li^re a ^pecli 
demonsti^on an driving while 
intoxicated. K siiovra ittie effe<^ 
of alcohol on 1^ bram of modd 
of man. Also supportteg ttM ex- 
htt)]t wiU be photos of cra^i^ and 
a C(4or ffim. 

^s^ Depaitaent erf Hedii -wiU 
depict the stny of TB from its 
be^nning ud f^ow tlnwa^ 
with the ei^ikutidn eiHl cure 
mMhods now being saiccesfu^ 
ui^. Fiee X-Ri^ pktnres wiS be 



made of Mr patrors, wh«t de- 
sdred, from 2:00 to 5:00 pjn. «aA 
fmn 6:00 to 9:00 pjn. 

tlie Etepartaent <tf AgricuUinw 
wil liave an e^ittdt that ta 25 ft. 
kmg on two sid^ tmd Aaped like 
a '*V". SessBmis si ti» deoKm- 
stratiom wlB ^low tbe wmtE of 
the <^»rUnent in food, drug, 
feed, fertilizer, g&HBne, ptint and 
p^iicides «m1 iHnr ttl^guai^ are 
|Hn}vid^ for tbe wbUc. 

Viiguria State t^l^e wlff fea- 
ture tinB inception, growth and de- 
velo^neiA of land-gxairt cctt^es 
and symbolize yts contribiiti^ to 
world eoommiy. 

^ r-' 

Personal Mention 

M^ Anne Randolph Burnett, 
a June gra<hiate of Country Day 
School, dau^ter of Mm. Jam^ 
L. Bennett, l^t Tu^^ay to eflt^* 
Converse College, Spartanbia^ 
&Hitti CaroliM. 



I^^t H. Benn^, sop <rf Mrs. 
JwSfs h. iBefm^ will l^ve Mon- 
day *for CharlottesviDe, Virginia, 
where he will enter the School of 
Law. He was gradu;^ed from 
Hanq)den-Sydiwy College in June. 

Delene Haktead Eskew and 
her twin sons have iwen visitij^ 
their grandmo^r, ^Mig. H. £. 
HaMead, on SaMlb A^ue ttiis 
wmmer an<^ will return i^xt 
week to their h«ne in Port Iftie- 
nMue, Califomia. 



J. C. WHEAT 
AND COMPANY 

MBMBER 

NEW YORK 

STOCK EXCHANGE 

15 SELD©* ARCADE 
NORPOLK, VA. 

PHONE MA 5-4281 



WOMEN . IffiN - COUFLES 
MOTK. - HOTEL Ci^EERS AVAO^ABLE 

Would yaa fll» a new enc^^ camm in tlw vvmkit indW Mu^by? 
Omva^l Mortel Scte^ of NOkw. Vkddi cm ttaio y<Qu lo be Motei 
Mana^n, O^te, HoosefeMpers and HoifesMs. Lu«b am^t 

phisapt. ■I'WKm 

FREE PLACEMEN ASSISTANCE 
AGE NO BARRIER . . . BUDGET TERRS 

Train A honte in snue tioM, fottowed b^ raideiA tmiflMC st a hmuy ' 
motel in Florida. Don't dkdi^ . . . write now for free dolBtis and 
RNjw^aiis. MaoArtrisr do aMl^ti(». 

uNivnttAL Mcrm. somioLs 

IWtt N.W. Ttt mm Dtft*. W.S2 

MbBri3i,FlMUa 

ftax — - 

i^dreM 

Ohy. — 



tete- 



nme 



DR. JAMES M. WOLCOn 

and 

DR. FRED T. GIVEN, JR. 

Announce the opening of their offices for the practices 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 



NORTHSHORE 

PROFESSIONAL 

BLDG. 

1232 W. Little Creek Rd. and 

(Between Wards OMmer and 

Hamptofv'B^.) 

NORFOLK, VA. 

583-4358 



2339 VrRGINIA 

BEACH BLVD. 

VA. BEACH, VA. 

340-8456 



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Hours by Appointment 




FOR COLLEGE EXPENSES • Your home is the basis of your 

* 

family's security - it can even be the means to a college education for a son or daughter. 

1^ Many families take advantage of the equity they have accumulated in a home to see 

tfiem through the heavy expenses of college years. » Ask a Mutual Federal home 

financing specialist about refinancing plans. Education is America's best investment. 




MUTUAL FEDERAL 



OF NORFOLK 



NORFOLK / PORTSMOUTH / VIRGINIA BEACH 




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Vi^l^^NK^SCN-N^^, Thursday, September 12, 1963 



THE YIRCINBA BEACH SUN-NEWS 

Pv WUfmA Ti l— dii^ Mid Thttr«teyi liy TM B««ch Pi^Nshinf CorpQratton 



ALMN R. MAILHiS _ 



.Vic»-Fr*si(Mit • 6«MH«1 J i % i Mg i r 



ki te foM iffin hi Vi«rtite Beack, Va^ 



»• M «f Msch 1^ lITi 



ntd by mril 



OnteMt d^^-4f M pw 



BTTORMUY SKAKINe 



Mayor Dusch Gets Vote Of 
Confidence From City Council 



Virginia Beach's Mayor frank A. Dusch 
was r»«kic^d to that petition by his fellow 
ojuncilmen this week in a unaninfK)us vote 
that is proof, it?elf, of the splendid adnnin- 
iftratibn he has given his city. 

MaytM" Ousc^ served the old Ci^ of Vir- 
g^ia Beach as its ma^r for many years 
and was elected mayor of the new and 
enlarged city when old Virginia Beach and 
Wncess Anne County consolidated. 

His re-el^ition this week was practically 
a formality which attests to the fine regard 
hm is held by his fellow a>uncilmen arid the 
fine way in ^ich he has performed his 
duties as Mayor of thtf City of Virginia 



Beach, 

Along with Mayor Dusch's re-el^ion 
was the reelection of S. Paul Brown, former 
chairman of the Princess Anne County 
Board of Supervisors, to the office of vi«- 
mayor. The Dusch-Brown team has worked 
well for the new city and members of city 
council seemed pleased to express thsir 
confidence in these men by iMianinKJUsly 
reelecting them to the city's two top offlcfs. 

We congratulate Mayor Dusch and Vice- 
AAayor Brown and the City Council for a job 
well done and wish for them even more 
success in the future. 



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Fall Is In The Air 
Prep Football, Too 



It Is that season erf th* year wh«i young- The same two schools asnlHmie to htve 

sters all over tM nation will be kickinp, large followlngs of faithful pigskin lox^rs 

passing and tidkllf^ on the thousands but now Virginia Beach r^k^ts can pride 

ufxm thousands football fields around the themselves in having four high school foot- 

a»urttry. ball teams. Joining Princess Anne and Vlr- 

It Is a go€^ feeling to witA high school gkiia Beach in newspaf»r headlines this 

teams battlli^ each other In good, clean year are Cox and Kellam High Schools, 

sportsmanship on the gridiron. It teaches The city is growing and football is grc>w- 

your»grters much that will stand them on Ing with It. Now the sports pages will carry 

good stead In later life. tf^ successes or failures on the gridlnon erf 

For many ;y^rs f<x>tball fans of this area four senior high «:hools in the City of Vir- 

have followed the progress of two schools gmla ^»ch. 

In j^rticular. These would be Princess Anne Th^ Sun-News wishes success to all this 

High Schcol and Virginia teach High fall. 
&IksoI. 



^ BomtlwM 



City Closes Openings 




Fimerals 



,^»»fcfi«-'"" 



iMilMd 
Coait OBirMlii IWJifd Wak 
v*lv. m» l#*f " ' "' «» «W' 
aat imMM «r < Bm^. 

<M T^mM It i:i<i pin- In hk 

»Bnma(wi|ylHttot.N.c..ha 
(i8:i|M Imiti wma In imi 

old. mi 

ter, 

giJ^t - ^^ 

llr$. Jem 

Ha hM 4;f oroco' 







A ccM@tructk)o crew fl^ ||^M||gPublic Wwks D^ 
works to close opening in ^^'•^Smm^Kp oi Virginia Beadi 
j&wlevard in front of tbe OEX Stor^ (Baldwin photo) 

GHI«^^ CORNER— A Dqiait- 
imnt of Public Works crew b^an 

dosing a s&i^ of openii^ in tiie 
n^dtto ^r^ of Virglina BomSi 
Bm^vard Tuesday. 

Fta^ lAaoe ci tiie work is Che 
dosttre of the firat tiiree ofieii- 
12^ we^ of the to^fic li^ at 
jChinese Cotaear. lite Job is being 
carried out in an effort to r^luce 
tzaffic haau^ 



Small Talk 

^ By 
4at ^mali 
Vlf«taia B^ch High School 



Limit HiMd 

pM for m m«fe^i» 12 aiM^ 
tedE Awn ttw ^^h m wlikh mi 
ilPl^tartion u flid, aca»4mg to 
l^ewy J. RUii^, Fiekl I^se* 
jraMve lor 'Vlr^Ma fi^h. 

"Ritat ii@Bi»ler was ffwqjted t^ 
a ernn^utkm be reemtty fetwl 
wlii a fs^^ 67 y^r-old mv^mt. 
Ite wvha-1b«lieved ttnt lie 
mvM uniM si^^l^ to i^ply 
1^ be i»mI f «■ idl mm^at ^^m- 
^^ uMi fa^ «^4Mi tirttdi^. 

^^m u a fl^M^m td/^^ many 
9^s have MuUt ite todd so- 
4u^ tew and ^ xe«dt in a 
^m of benatts to Qu^e wlw <k» 



Stc^kMaAet At Peak Level 



fiEW .iffipMlfee «^#e nga^ 
ket is'niil aj^rwKdxing M all- 
time hi^ of 734.91 UKasui^ 1^ 
^ Bofw-Jmm InioMrial Atct- 
i^es. Tile recent mut|e in buying 
£Ui be attributed to aev0:id ma- 
^ factors: TTie Oireat of a r^ 
itrike is over for at ie»t 180 
^ys, and tin two big ekmente 
of the iffivate econon^ — con- 
sult' i^eiKiii^ and busimss in- 
vratoieA— se«ns tealfel^ indeed. 

Tira 'ftntors QOt baw b^n an- 
te<pk^ i^iy are ttw quite ^- 
vml^ piebu^ in corporate 
earabgs and dividends. CotiKir- 
^ earnings Aould run a mini- 
ffium of 5% alMa^ d 1^'s 
pdm. TIAeie ftcbffs AoM ptey 
a donuaaat nde in sUick prices 
ow tiw neirt mx iwnrths. R k 



BASKIN' IN THE SUN 



By GOMION BASKIN 



^r^tii^ to M^,, am It i§^ 

^May's cM» ^ bm^onm 1o^ 
dustrkl Aveni^ wm adU^ at 
18.8 tan^ aitlm^d ewnfaiii to 
the sUxAs irtikb em^^xtie (tat 
avera^. This i^sm^fiN qi^ ti- 
vonA>ly tritti ti» 00^ ks tlun 
21 times MHung mMKple ^vtddi 
existed when the a'^en^ wn% 
at the Mne tevdi iut year. 

^e^ <n^te8 am itevri]^ tia- 
pmy&BntaA cm^x^, wbfle in* 
^^ories ere tou^b^ botton. 
wm motim iM Tear lorecait 
fos- ttie auto inJuatiy, t^dem^ 
for it^ duNiM omtittue. As ad- 
dkionid «*onoink: Mnidwf a tax 
re<toc^n at 1^ tte anponto 
and po^nd incon^ ^el aeena 
likriy. Repoits from DetroK eon- 
tinw to be favorable, Mai^ an- 
alysts now agree ttet a 7 o^m 
car year is now to be coiuM^irt 
ncHmal i«^s- than a fr^ik hap- 
praing. Pjmpeti^, of course, m 
fliii ivea would spill o^wr i^o 
other areas, givii^ a ffxd d^ 




Everyone in tte area must certaiidy kiww by now that I am 
Ae Wwid's Ms^t Famous Girl-Watcher and Woman-Admirer. I 
f^ire thrt I could challenge any male alive in a cont^t to deci<te 
diis ^e, ai^ spot him points and stiU win hands down. I wwld, 
as a maOer of fact, welcnne a contest 4o decide 
tfie titleholde^, since the oiriy way to crown the 
winner vrould be to aliow the contotants to wateb 
gkls and admire wcmen over a fuitobfe period 
<rf time. Nothing would please me more than this, 
siiK% I do love to sit around and look at dam«. 
I dosH mean the Mm-AmmcA'type conte^ mmx 
thk is much too htvolved. Besides, Bert Patk:s 
would si^ that mkerable wmg, and I wcHild he up 
iar raord^ from havng ma amuck witfi a bi^er 
knife and killing the best known TV annotocer 
in ^e cwintry. My defense lawyers would never 
be abte to prove that I had |%alty killed a ted 
teritow. 

^yway, I love femaks — but there IS one little tiling ab(wt 
diem that hMts me down <feq). Vm talking about the thin^ ^M 
titoy will bny Aat are w^o^ to make t^m lode better. I have 
w»a tarn hwriWe ^t-^ups in my day, and I know, because I LOOK 
U aU {oBates. I ain't talkin' about bow mcxi wcMnen lopk in s^ks. 
That is o^imon ki^to^. Unf«tunately the very wt^iin who 
wear ^aa — sbouldn% Tw is, in ei^t msm <mt <d tea. 

What Vm talki^ ai^oot is the latest r^ m shown on TV- I 
duiU) H you've kctad tately but they are now selling a kit which 
is for women who $o WOT want curly hair! Now ain't that die 
Wa^ ^? H^ Af Lofd has bem »»tttring stta^t-haired w<Mnen 
asM^ fix' 90teral t^^urtes, an! has iMt charged anytKxiy a quarter. 
Hitt n mM ^w §xA euM^ fcv Madison Aventw. It jwt |Otf to 
ihow ^w ^t d^ can sell ANYTHING if tiwy WUer toud ciKWgh 
over the ma^ box. I suppose tte ^^ories are ^iting toree ^jfts 
tD manuftctuie this oew goop. " 

ever thoufht fd see the ^y tfiat wMtet vcmld buy a ^m^ 
uucuua which would guarantee ttnt at the end of a messy jc^ tiiat 
they woukl|u|Jui^^||^|^|NOT Ik cudy. 

■ w^^^Hj^HJ^H te< i^ tfai^ Ifte I o^hta. 

o!<4^HI[^MH^Mt t liaven^ tad afi^ hatf ^rbUems 



Ttw exeo^tve cmuefl of Vir- 

l^nia BMch m|^ S(^»l met 

Am^mt. 39^ to praptue imr «> 

tivtties for tiie laieisftb counctt 

«hkh this year wffl be tes^d 1^ 

^ sdiod viceiv^taA, ftipt 

IMbttS. Tbe nM^dng "vni MU 
at At swdMs €t lbs. K. 6. 
Iknt, Ite e^nttw ^poowr «f 

tl# Virpua aeatfi fl^ S^»4 
S.^b.A.liyiitoipai^ id tiie esM- 
mMve cMWw ^Miiit MMe Bbtt' 
m £ltztektar md flmHU^ iM 
Sum. Ita« we de^M Hot tts 
bteMdtd) coraefl ^mU MsiMp 
^itoin qp^afic tafts to jte nen- 
bars, tlw diriies resdhMd n^o 
wei« m foOows: 1. a 8^o(d ^um 
sJMKhik; 2. a Holkhty AaieinM^ 
]n«gi»n; S. mats Iw ^ aAetf 
gynuusiwn; 4. ata^nt toila^aM 
dh^^orie^ f . ^of MooMtti^. 
ami 6. a mi/ Hag witti fflsg fus- 
ing p»»HU^. 

Onr Sq^mber ^ <to diQr be- 
toe ttie opening of tSnoA, a 
n^etnig of eeveral S.CA. mem 
hers was Md to draw 19 1 tamm 
OKto for Vii^intt B^c^ R^ 
SdM?oL After a badt-y»d baibe- 
que and several tmm of AdMl^ 
tion a prov^mial ^Msets mm 
crated aul ]«ei@ti^ «a be pre- 
^ited to the «!&(« SJCA. tor 
ratification. 

&A00I, that animiAy pwosv 
ring conglomeration of 



Safe^ Biu^au C%ief Itee^^ 
ittmm saki the openings be- 
tf«n «mI tnd w^bound tiaf&; 
tatw iHWt %een die srone of 
MBttWM^ aec^^^ <^ of tbe 
^ ttsiee to k» dosed w«s tte 
of a iMid acddstf lait 
te wd. 



of sttawlui to ti» econortc pic-^ gnce, tea of comae rec^Mid nam 
tore & a mAiQte. 

In acMlUon to the ^vcwribte 
bum^ l^tore^ tlw technical 
aspect of tiie Mock market is ro- 
basL We hi^ Swerved hua«ased 
voluBW <rf tnding on itfU«i and 
dedining vohune wl^n pt'icm are 
receding. Stoit intere^ iiMreased 
in Auguirt over Hie monQi of 
July, wMch iiV^ to 0ve ^ 
aixk prices a oii^it fador. The 
ratio of new h^ts to mvf lows 
has been eiqHoiding da^, end 
advant^s iuive dmninated tte 
daily list at tm^ active stocks re- 
gar^K of Om s^mmi marlEet 
trend. 

It u intoerting to note ^ in- 
CTKued Mret^A of b^ in ti« 
Over-the<!ounter market. N<^- 
tess to ^y, this area has lagged 
far taetaiiri the FMOvery exhib^d 
by many Uated sto<^ since tht 
May m2 break. Values are be- 
coming harder and banter to lo- 
cate, but the mcjoi' poi^n of 
fuMamehtally sowmI stocks »e 
to be found in ^ OTC market 
Sl^is ^t tlM poblic a now be- 
ginning to come iMo the market 
indict i^dtm pri^s oi i^e^Nl 
OTC issuA. 

We are of tlie opinun tittt the 
DowJones IiMhiMrial Aveia^ 
could move ^01^ to ti» ^^ 
ai^, re«:hing as lUgh u W pV 
^ end of the ^^ar. We i^pakt^ 
that a poU^ of ^eded iwytog 
a in onter. We beli«ro a s^mixvt 
se^ag pTQgtm tf^M tfio be 
miii^hMd mm mm 
hxn risen be^al tevds <rf 
vahte. 




QMf Bwlian openhigi 
inn IM eunws. Joluara Md 
^m ^to ^Mtegs bei 
tvPNO tn|% Umt md tte service 

Mnam nM itad^ ere beli^ 
OM^ in tte area weM of LoiMkn 
Md^ and to tt» vkinky <rf 
]^i»$«e Anne ftoi. Ife indicated 
tMt dewKW ax^t be made 
nee l^Mto AMie but iK)t M 
PriiMMs Anae flak. 

m mM tt» 4^ wm pidtoUy 
p^OvMe^^m ^^M»i ott clunnels" 
there to sqa^e tomng tzarf^: 
fnmlu^ ^Md t»ffic. 



i^^a , «id at te as Vh^inia 
BmA W^ S^od is cowjei-ned 
Mi OMina a ^^tful array of 
t^h new vai UmiMt fiiees, 
i^ib to wtiomoe idl tiM inoxntog 
^m mimi^ m behalf ot tte 
SX:A We 4ta0 be looking for- 
ward to vnMag with y<Mil 

Mm yoML itar of "Mister 
fti" fOt f^ M Am- his first pro- 
IMpal ^^iearwce, a monobg 
MWI ^ Ipdeduuan Society of 



the Ortakwwtar 

pram^ B6Ety Itaad aiul Slit 
StTMi iotHwottw. 

AJtor vwUllf 10 years «i a 
linanMm. he mIUiM ia «h« Owil 
Gu«i« to 1903. flHvtni ait Ita^at) 
HilL itttlt lAnd, Dhr NmH and 
Viflifi Baach toafon h» »tlr«d 
to mftltar 80 yMO. 

briwrvitind in II17. IfMS, about 
the Ad) WtdMaMy atom, he 
said: "that nwn't a storm we 
had )wr» Manft 7. That mi iuat 
a Mgh'ttda/* Hi VMiad a 105. 
mi l a i ar l ww Haw (tet cut an 
ocaao eanal down asiih Stree>t iH 
thf «iy «p lAldMni Bay and dt- 
rooM «M «M Prtooaai Anna 

Diinkwatar aiM jttai "imtont 
trdM^ IM M^Mrttaoad «aa Mm 
si^ of tha Jtarwaflm iMrk 
DiMMlar iB lliBl off iVlnMa 
BaMdb. Hm aurf «w ao fO«# <ha 
DiMaler*s eapai^ tlion^ he ma 
beaded into Cbeaqieate Qay t^t 
instead b«e onto the b^(^ mar 
the Om^er iMd aKe. wMb • 
^:eat 1^ of Ule, induOng ^ 
cai^dn's wife and diUd. 

Surviving IMAiN^ wa bb 
widow, Mrs. I<te Olft^ tttok- 
w^r; a daugl^r, Ms. 9tabf D. 
Peny of Ni®8 Head, N. C; two 
sona» €dvvd a D i iiilww ter ef 
Winter* Cena., and Vernon 
Driiiliwator «f ^^lia B^iA: 
iMir gnnhdtiMr® «id <to«e 

' iim te^ wlB be Man £rtwa 
H. a OUv«r Tvam^ Afgs^smtM 
to Vh^mte Seadi tlethodUt 
Chiach for a Isownfl mc^x 
lliur^lay at % fm. Biuiid wttl be 
in Sa^rn te% €%»ptf Ceme- 
tery. 

Atig, M >jM ^. hot ^1^^ 
betfer;^l94tt Sfareat. , 

Aug. ^h-0:tt ail., todml to 
nm»: lOO^TOtt l^«et. 

Aug. 28—12:18 pm., ^aetHg 
shMt droiit; 2^ Allaa^ Ai%. 

Aug. '^k-4J6 pjn., tradi; STtti 
and Mfitfik A^. 

and 0(^01 ft. 

Am. 4&--7i^ 94114 be«st; Idth 
mi MacWiiraii^i Aiw. 

Aug. ^—10:02 a.m., misc^ 
laaemis,' SlVto ft Oc«n fl 

^g. Sl-^^M am., ndtetfaa- 
eooi; 47ih and Oi^m ft. 

Aug. 31 — 8:35 pjn., f^se 
alarm; 822 Atlantic Avenue. 

S^ 1— d'JO 1pm., k»t diM; 
18tb and Ocean H 

SepL hr4kM9M., iBbaHMar; 
im mA Oceap ft. 

hoys ud Oiris^-^rant to he a 
Junior AftnxMuA? Buy a Uqited 
States Savmp ^Mop mn «^^ — 
at s:hool or the p(^ office — and 
^ yem Jnmx ^itrtnuHt ^t- 



haMn ttflMdt hy vMif l4iiw^ 
ifaiMHi) la awik in ma Mopii 

Glmf llomU raoanOy vMM 

t*^ aia omJEmSSl 

JMhrreD toM Johmon to fil <ba 
badf* fAd tura M avor ta 
"W« hakl « laaatlnf 
Jdhnaon, and we deddad Ibait wa 

eaaH Itt you * 

firaottn'i bad., 

Jfotonaon. Mrpriiad «t tha 
Chiefs atatoowit. tiaeaiM evtn 
moM funriaad whan Mm Ct'*"*' 

daeldad ttat jw« want you to waair 
ihla hadM iaalwd." Tto badfa 
raadcAltAm. 

Flasa Vohiataar Ffra Oepait 
mant, Inc., Captain HWlM 0. 
Johaaon. St„ ia a ChMf Mlgy Of 
tiear to «ha Navy and ina ana of 
tba drigtaal toanAtra «lf1itD»> 
partiMOt vduataar uiUt to Prtih 
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aaada aniiitod m^m d^Manl 
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b^g: IfttMAa. N.C. 

ft ii erikr«l ttat ^e do ap- 
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VIRGWlA'BEACH^If Ihe rival mm^e^ know whereof ^ 
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stnx^est fodll»ll teams in the area b^ii^ each ofter. ' 

7%is is the cqik%»us d |he two c^^hes, Wet^ Sachon <rf 
ftfa^v Ane aad ti^y C^Bwn <rf Oreat Bn^» n^^ teams 
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Friday niglH's game betweta 
the Cavalk:rs and the Wildcats 
could «it ait.a^ndiuice record. 
Interest is nuuui^ hi^ d^pite 
tl^ fact that it it the openi^ 
^wie of tte season. Both chibs 
are rated high this year and their 
games in the past have always 
aeen ck»e. Great Brieve holds a 
decided edge in the senes. 

SachoQ is quoted as sayii^ 
"the talent at PriiKiess^Anne is 
terrific." And, when he says that 
he no doubt is thinking erf the 
fabulous Buster O'Brien, his 
passing quarterback, ami two 
Steal ends in OjarHe Oarr and 
6-6 Billy Bowes. But, he also has 
other talent. In fact, ^chon ad- 
mits that he h^s bt»w on the 
bench who wcmld be ^ying reg- 
ular if it wasn't for the exception- 
al boys on the first t^oi. 

Rival coaches credit PriiK^Ks 
Anne's top rating to an im^oved 
line. Sachon has a veteran line 
tM grew up midway of fl» 1962 
season. 

^in Qku^ O'Brien says I^ 
team is "great". Great Brid^ 
has speed and much will depead 
on the talented Fela Rhodes, wto 
will defend against Carr mi pa&^ 
es. The Wildfcat ^coach believes 
his team will go all the way if it 
om get by Pnncess Aime. 

'Both clut» are stm^ked witii 
exce|;^ionid mat^M and the 
game just omild be die best 
played in the district fof flic en- 
tire season. 

Game time Friday ni|^ is 8 
p.m. Football lovers ate expect^ 
to arrive at Cox Stadium ea|^ 
for it will <»rtanAy be a stel#^ 
room oiUy affair A the weaiicr 
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— IMPROVDW 

YCMinBADINO, • noD-cre^ 
coun<, has been scheduled tilu 
fall at MNAP Shoppiiig Cen- 
ter, Noffolk, b^ the univenity of 
VMiiit'i loihoot of Oensti 
main thi«v«h its Hampton 
iRoads Center. The course wU 
mm on Taiwiinysy b^vn^ at 
7iW p.in. m Im^hif, Septen- 
bv 17; ^a^s tmH txts^ a wedL 
Iw IMO BHHi Cor a period of IS 
'm0gL R^^wten we brtitt 
M Ae ttonplMi Koam 
paat to fte finrt class 
aw^faM. The GOA tit tte c(Hir% 

tt sas.oo. 
»OTtov m ygm REAP- 

0^} btt( bi^ 'tf^j^'M'i^ to he^ 
MMMuab immait reading 
^e<Ni ud @H^peh^Eiti(m. Div- 
Mf lAe coarse ndindual lustra- 
^MEvgN^ttad^qBiQiM ouMte, 
M^fpfiattri MMiBims offered 
e A K^k of « nadtag tests 



'^ iiamw a ws aie Mrs. Rob- 
^ t. Nwtf wd M^ June 
Qofty. Mrs. Poii«M an! Mi% 
Omv we readiu sp^mUsts witt 
41* MMfA pwMK sdKxris aikl 
do^r^ite IwnedUi reading 
iMQlfc K^ are j^adtate (tf ijto 
M^^ Raiding Clmic at die 

In the News 

KK:8/^ V. JAMES 

CmSAT l^tf^, I]L--iUdi- 
1^ V. iHne^ Jr., 18) scm ci 
hfr. and Msk l^wd V. Jwi» 
&. 4 6312 Kaig ^^Uam Rd.. 
Beach, va., is w^ot- 
tuo we^a of actrn di^ 
tat na^ r^rvis^ at 
Uv»l lYaii^ C^^, 
Gnat Lakes, 10. 

The reservsKi tm repdvwg 
Mi^^u n scMHMAi^ <bnH^ 
cMra, fim a^ si^^ng uid 
survral, sfaipbotvd ibU^ »• 
curity witcfaes, naval eu^sni 
and oouitesias, and mmamj, 

A physical^ cottmo^l fxo- 
giani, consisting iA etfi^^u^, 
and driB, rooarort dK tf<^^ 

Upon oompletiagfte tnib^ 
resCTvists return to d»u* bMie- 
toam Naval Reaeive ^toU, lAive 
tfaey are ready far teoA in te 
event of a natiDoti ^nogniey. 




UntvKS^ of Vhgtaia. 

iNttioikrs abo& tius cmirae 
may be obtatued ttom die Hamp- 
tsm R(Nub office, 120 THE 
MALL, JANAF Sho«)ii^ Cen- 
ter, Nor^ft. 



Decarating 
Coarses kmm^ 
Night Classes 

LYNNHAVEN— A non-cred- 
it coun« in interior (te<K>r^on 
has been sdiedul^ this fall at 
Granby Hi^ School, Norfolk, 
and Princess Anne H^ School, 
Virginia Beach, by ^Univer- 
sity of ViiiiBia's extension serv- 
ice duougfi its HainfKon Rmds 
Center. Oasses wiU be held on 
Momlays at Prinnss Anne ai^ 
Tuesdays at Qranbv, fof two 
hours, for a perkxi of ten weeks. 
TTie first class m^ing will be 
Mo^ay, SnHeniber 16 aiKl 
Tuesday, Septembw 17 at 7:30 
p.m. R^stratims are being ac- 
cqp«ed at the HMipCon Roads 
CmWt, prior to the fot claM 
meeting. The oaA is $15.09. 

The comm has been des^ned 
to give ideas and hate on tone 
and wputmm. decanting fw the 
iM>n-i)nrfessi«Bal. Soofie of die 
t(^>ks to be CG^^»ed inclu^ im- 
i^uMtion <tf daup, &^ go&^ii- 
ntien, M^^ nnnibne ttran^ 
ment, caipettig, 4a9«f t»»t- 
mcfl^ and ac(^9cmijng. 

Ite hufiy^ar n Mr. W&Uam 
G. imlmm. BIr, Jaek^ is ^k>- 
ciat0d widi te 1 Baina Furniture 
Company. Aa holds a B.S. d^ee 
from the Utfv«n% of Qmto^ 
5 Year Gowta in ^Mfer D»^. 
He is a n^ri)»^ (rf ^ NiMttc8»a 
Soci^ (tf bnsfk^ DesifMaa and 
dtt P^B^akm tMtale dt lie^ 
si^pnecs. Mr. huAsum has deci>- 
nrted some of Am n»^ exctesNe 
lHm», imutn»m and i»of»- 
acnal wA m^mmuMS, €i^sm m 
Mi(ftk9a, »)r^ nd Noff(ft, 

AddWrnud ifiocnntioQ may be 
obta^d firom Che Hampton 
Roads Colter oifk^ 120 The 
MA. JANAF ttopm Cma, 
HoilErik, VixmiM 23502, tek>- 



W&MBaslness 
Rasaaith Da^ 
HasNewDirectar 

WHUAai^URa — 1^. Maxi- 
miltei B. Ames, anoeiale pio- 
feaMT ol tetfn^s trisataUM^^a 
t/Ldm Co^ge of Wfflten mi 
Ntey, '9^ amme Uie aotteg di- 
rectorship of ^ CoUege't twaw 
of tarinOB resMucfa Uxt ^ eom- 
iag ae^^ile y«ar. H% idem tta 
ptooe of Aarisl^ IProf^BOf AI|^ 
B. I&ig, «^ wffl be nt tte-tii^ 
sum Universe dmft^ 196M4 
taUi^ advai^ed -wcsk in }M^toe« 
admi^atretUw. 

Fminded in l^iS, the tKo^w of 
budness ma^Pfk haa devtkiped 
a fltatewMe momtMy iwwalett^, 
the 'Vli^lnla Business tadex Ke- 
poit, which mesmr^ tte montUy 
Iwai^ vid eeonocnk: activity of 
Vlri^ia by fflHwrtning louite^ 
impost reMl cenl^ te ttw ^i^ 
in tbe pei^)ective of nme selected 
Insi^ss and e^momie Investors 
audi as, bank dibits, l»^tt^ pex^ 
mits, ^eotikily consMttKl, news- 
^ptpettiSmMammiAVmmf new 
e^ wfi s tr a t t ena, postal i^eeipte, 
retofl mSm, •wt/^ ooiWHn«l, and 
n<»-^rloiribiral eqjtoynsak. 

The bm^u zi^elvea ttie tootp- 
m^f&on of a Utrgfi number of re- 
tei otiUUBients in ttiese four- 
tedi nttlor relidl oei^^fs fai o» 
aeoWi^ atatitfcs of odes and 
oomune- aervleas nUdi «f pub- 
fidMd in tiie Virginia Mainess 
bdez itep<Bt Dr. Jones wSI edit 
ma moQ^ ntintelt^. llie bu- 
mu alio paMiwi an asnud 
aittwoaacy of (be monnfey INUoes 
and flftt^^^pf* aonojiraplM on 
Vir0sM iMBlBeBs ffid eettmnie 
finMeins. ^ 

A ■Mml)er of tiie Wmsli eid 
Ilu7 fiedty ainoa un» Jonas re- 
oeNeA Us AB. Ipqbi tte Wvei^ 
^ <tf (Vv^da' Md hia inlatier^ 
and dee^ffil dape^ imn ttie 
tftrivmHy Vtf ^(rti OwiWa. He 
bes aoved to * nuiAer 4 ««- 
auttig eaqpKitlea for M^rtfy end 
tgeaciea ki (toe 
Be»d» «Bea,'iad is a 
_ of tte iKwd of Areeton 

<tf tt^ Mtftmond Ckeptan. Soci- 
ety for AdvaMem^ ci 1f«M^ 
in^. He is iaa«|Bd to tiM lEtaner 
Jane C. IfiBer of Vmnha^m^ 
Ifa^ bive two diilAe^ 



State Buslnesi 
Ifldex Gains 

^ffUMMmmiG — WXfa the 
(^ exee0m of fMMi]^ permit 
wi^A dtowed a d^iob of (^ 
tt% Mv Ji# of iMt 9^ b^ 
aeu and economic ac^^ &m- 
Unued te ^i^ to rt^tm ^tt^o- 
year fite ^i^ ttie eMvai«|la 
ttCMMto lj»t y««r, w^uNtt^ to ^ 
\^^n]a BttsioHS IiMto Bepcit 
p^ish^ by ^aua <d Busi^a^ 
Iteasaich of ^ Coikst of WU- 
ttm and itoy. "Rm Knean k 
UMlar Oe dktetioBtictf %. Ibz B. 
Jones. 

IBight of the nim Indkalors 
continued to n^^ a geiraral |Nit- 
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timost 15%. 

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3war4o-y^a' dedine lor ttM »c- 
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fiom Juty of 1962. Biii^i« pe^ 
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seven^Mmtb oim^Mve period, 
down 10.6% ttom tiie first sevai 
msoKM m 19iZ. 

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1958). lUs c«npar» twmi^ 
wiO) a 4% year4»-s«ir increiiie 
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COURSE SCHEDULE 

Mm Iw N«ifatt» C^iMg^ft^ L^te Oedt, fr ui temoufl i, fte 
]Nnaimttta^ and ^ Ei^tem Shore have been tsmoaao^ by die 
HafflfMui RraAi O^ite (tf tiie Univi^si^ <d Vir^uM. GnAiate, 
w^sgniteiAe m^ aoft-cr^ik cxnxtses have be^ aehedvied. 
fin NwftA cwRM will i»egin 



Ae week <rf ^tettb^ 16. Reg 
istratit^ are «^^itf y ha i»Fog- 
»e at Oe Ceti^s office, 120 
Th« MaU. JANAF Shoppii^ 
CoMer, MMidiy ^(^^ Fiwy, 
tm - 5:W pnOT to tite f^ ckiu 

ter^Etas tew bem K^ieAikd 
ftom 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Septembw 
9, 10 and 11, at 120 The MaU. 

lie gnSmtm caeism %h«l- 
uM fw NorMk are i^ fdlows: 
Ibmcy «ud fnfiSm <rf Outd- 
ance, r^Kkv^ ^^ioil Educft- 
ikm, Public School Administra- 
&m and Me&al tes^. On the 
omla^aduate level C h i 1 d 
Growth aal Devetopmcnt, Sci- 
eacx bx EMnenttfy Teac^ere, 
General Art, Biology, OMopo^i- 
^M, Admncan Histt>ry, Natuxud 
OolwnAiMt ol tttt U. S., O^- 
eral Psychology, Introducti(m to 
Phil<»ophy, Public Speaking, El- 
emeiKary Aax>uiHing, Principles 
of Oiganizatkm and Nfanage- 
mrat, Omummaal Law aul Col- 
k^ A^dwa^ wUl be offered. 
NoK-credit ccwn^ are Conver- 
satkmal Freadi, Readiiv Im- 
provem^t 1 & 2, Inttfior Deco- 
ratk», InvestaoM for Laymen, 
Law d Real Estatt^ Publk 
%«akBn& Japam^ Flower De- 
sign, Ih&i^ <rf Handwriting 
A^lysis aira Persoml^ Devel- 
c^Nnaat Sev^ %ecial Pro- 
paow are aiso «^^iuled for the 
area. 

Under^adiwte and non-credit 
courses will be given at Little 
Oeek" Amj^ibious Base Train- 
ing Sctool beginning the week 
of September 16. Credk cwirses 
scheduled are; Mathonatical An- 
alysis, PriiKiples <rf Eoonomics, 
Modem European History, and 
National Govemmciit of tlw U.S.; 
the nofi-an^lk courses are Basic 
Grammar Review and Math Re- 
view. Rqgistratioa at Little Creek 
wiH be hcW <» Wedn^day, Sep- 
teipber 4 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. 
at tf)6 Ami^ftbus Sdiool. All 
courses offered at Littk Creek 
are open to non-navy persotmel 
riding in the NorfaJk-Vi^inia 
B^h area; interested persons 
diould contact ^f C^^^ce 
iSsr further inlrtfihtttioii. * 

Al Prii^iis Anflffi t&i^ School 
in Vifsinia BcsA the University 
has* scheduled several rMn-credit 
couwes for area resident Intix>- 
durtion to Art.IrterkM- Decora- 
tj<m, Law of R«d F^tate, Tapa- 
ni Flower Des^ and Person- 
ality Devel<^>ment are scheduled. 

In I^tsRKMirtli, at Ae Ncrfolk 
Navy ^ipyard, un(^^duate 
and graduate c(wrBes have been 
scheduled. They are Coll^e Al- 
gebra, Analytical Geometty-Cal- 
culus, Calculus II, Enginwring 
Statistics II and Humfii Rela- 
tions. Registration for onu'^s in 
die NcfffoUc Naval %w^ard will 
be accepted at Build]n| 400, 
daily aft^ Septomb^r 2. The 



VTrgfnia E^ach SUN-NfWS, 
Thursday, Sept. 12, m3 
Page 7- A 



com^ ve open to ail who qual- 
ify, reganteis oC whether they 
live m or oa&ide the N(xf(dk 
Nai^ Kupywnd. 

In Ne^hrprnt News, Math for 
Sera^tty Teactai, Tt^omnn- 
etry, Amdytk»l - Ck»m^ry-Cal- 
oilus and Differraitial Equation 
will be c^ered on tte umkrgrad- 
uMe tevel at Newpnt News H^ 
Sdiool. On. 1)k ^duate le^ 
Mental Hygkne h^ been sd^- 
uled. At dw Newpol News Ship- 
building and Dry Dock Company 
Advan^ Enguwering Math I 
and Function of a Complex Var- 
iable will cqmmensx Sef^mber 
16. Registraiioh tot NewpcMt 
News is scheduled for Sefnemb^ 
3 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Non- 
credit c<Mir%s scheduled Ux 
Newport News High School are 
latroductk»i to Art; Interiw Dec- 
oration, Introduction and Adr 
vanced; and Reading Improve- 
ment — %>eed. 

At Langley Air F(xce Base 
Education Center, Coll^^Alge- 
bra and C^cidus I w^^GKxn- 
mence die w^k of Sq>ten^ 19; 
in addition, a host of advatK^ 
mathemiMns awrses will be of- 
fered at die National Aeronautics 
and Spac% Administration facili- 
ties commencing the week of 
September 9. Tne courses are 
0{wn to all who qualify. R^is- 
tratk>a will be aa:ei^d daily 
after September 2 at the Educa- 
tion C^ter. 

At Ft. Eustis, Principles of 
Eccmomics, Composki<M, Amer- 
ican History, Mauiematkal Anal- 
ysis, General Psycholc^, Intro- 
du<^on to Phftosophy, Public 
Speaking, Etomaitary A(»30unt- 
ii^. Human Relations aiKl Com- 
mercial Lmv will be offered at 
the Transp(Ktati<Hi School. Reg- 
istrati<Mi for Ft. Etstis has be^ 
scheduled tor $ept^nber S fnxn 
4:30 - 8:30 p.m. The courses are 
open to all who qualify. 

On the Eastern Store courses 
will be offered at the Natimal 
Aeronautics aoA Space Admin- 
'istration facility at ^^dle^ ^ 
land, Viipnia; Amerkan His- 
tory, Business Communication I 
and Colle^ Alrebra will be of- 
fered at ^ ilnaergraduats level. 
At the graduate level Education- 
al Psycnology is scheduled; die 
non-credit cdurse is Great Deci- 
sions — 1963. Courses <m the 
Eastern %ore are »:heduled to 
begin the week of Sept^nber 16. 
R^stration will be held oa Sep- 
tanber 5, 2:00-4:30 and 7:00- 
8:30 p.m. 

Additional inlonnaticm about 
all courses may be obtaii^ from 
Hara^cm Rcmds Center office, 
120 the Mall, JANAF Shopping 
Center, tetephonc 855-2001. 



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KAY JOHNSON 



PLAZA — Pers(Hmel Consiat-% ; 
ants aimMinces Uie appointme^'^t' 
of Kay itonson to its staff tf-^ 
councilors, libs. JohMon wHl be^* 
in cfaurge of Qte Personnel Cm-' 
sul^Rs Virginia Beach Bian^ 
Office ' located ^A <rf Prm<^s 
Am^ Plaaa. 

The agency e^foMied in H^- 
fott 18 years ago and touoebed 
to Viiipnki fieadi in Apil of iba 
year. 

Oas of Mn. Johnson first asr 
sigiunents with the agOKry wast«L,^ 
cho(»e a new itame f<n- herael^,>,| 
U semm that 4j)ere is anotdi^^7 
Bfra. JohnsMi at Persoimel 
suKants-^Mary L. John^m, 
has been wkh the agenqr ibatli 
ks curliest days. As the fle»)o4ifit 
Mrs. ^ohi^cm became oHue mn:: 
volved wit^ the agencies a^rviceC 
the question "Which Airs. JiAmrt 
son" becanre too popular, k tm^ * 
fii^y decided i3M the first 9iif-' 
Johnson, <Maty), woukl jrtay M^'-^"* 
Jolmson, and the seomd MraH*" 
Johnson, (Kay), would become 
Mrs. Kay. X,; 

Said iMrs. Kay (Johnson), ft^" 
only hope thai I am able to pt(h,^ 
ject as much good will and hi^ J 
s^anduds from PerKjnitti C<^ ' 
s^tants, Virginia Beach, is M^v. 
Jiibi^on tias pro^f^eff%tei^P%~ 
sonnel Consultants, Norfolk. Her ^ 
name and fine reputation are wdl ^ 
known to emplojwrs and busines * 
men in the ISdewater area.** | 

The Virginia Seach Brandi of • 
PeiaoiuKl Consultants was pre- t 
vi<Midy nwrnaged by Margaret ; 
Ange who will be returning to the 
downtown office. The agency op- 
erates still a third branch in 9i&if- 
pOTt News. 



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VtROOTA BEAO! ~ Septwn- 
Mr, 1^ pi^^ io be tbe big- 
j^ ^MDtlna flMHh Viq^nit 
WmoA ta« evm }ud with three 
Aftrtuiding pmi^ already 
lMk»d at ttie Alan 6. Shepird 
<Mc OiMssr duru^ tt»tt peited. 

Promotional Director William . 
S, yilyman said Monday that ttie 
JMUd-MUoitt Shrine convention 
te diM^^nated Virgink Beach as 
M m^ng place ^ th»t time 
Vkfteu UoBi lnt«TJ3ttonU and 
^ Lwipie of Virginia Munlcioal- 
Ittes. both unusually lar?e grouos. 
hid ppwtously selected this resirt 
fv 'htir 1965 convention site 
dar •;, >he r^tne month, 

Tn.-'^k KeJlam, Potentate of 
i^dive Tam^e. headed the dele- 
lotion that obtained the eanven- 
tiofl for the cjty. Lillyman said. 

The Civie Canter b^s heen s^in- 
Iflg in convention activity, but its 
O^erwhelmin? successful summer 
#h»f<t ^ries has made i-t "the 
W»H utUi«d civic centers in the 
#to," LUlyman said. 

' Hie concert series, launched on 
9me 15 and ending Sept. 1. drew 
WOie T»opte to the center during 
Wm 9&<tay period than any single 
^r fflnce ijhe building was erec^- 
M seven years ago, he said. 

Tim cMnsf iissn t bAcn 

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a WMf and Hm W6*k-«nd adfiMi- 
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with seven yeados ^o. 

The only addRion to ihe ^^ 
has b«n one 4wt4ime secretary, 
LiUyman said. 

No Shck S«awn 

The summer may be over but 
there will be no slack season at 
the Dane. Tl» Baptist Unity 
Con^^ntion and the annual An- 



K qpMwAt^ue Show «id ^te »« botti 
^shedid^ Iot October and there 
are Kveii3 club-spc^sored dan^i 
and ev«Ms already book^. 

liUyman said be it tte wo^- 
ing on a cultural c<»<»!t a^es 
for the winter nwiAha ta^ It is 
"in the tsriking stages now." 

The summer concert series 



to received aome crttkinn tram 
scattered buane^nm a»l MA 
ownera on tlw beach M ttie gen- 
eral (pinion k th^ it h» tmh 
a great addttion to the aKmiM^ 
seism. 

Certainly tint ls^» opinioit ol 
city officials. 

"It lus been a gmt fl^iM to 
our area," Mayor FVank A. Itaseh 



a^d W^uMday, "and I mm 
wwdnr whi^ me ev&t dW n^tacHit 
^ Qvic Cmsia. I Ml flMunt Vbm 
pkaa^ wMi tbe pra^i^^ thi 
CenUer ConmittM hu mm^ md 
I ^^^Wly ewgrato^ ibt. y^- 
maa m tola fine Job. I ttl^ in 
can now look f wwud to an mm 
mor« ^c<%^ful 1964 



^, Bojiti and 01iS»M«a Did* 
m^ out of your allowance inch 
w^t can mean a lot somedi^y. 
Buy United StMes Savings Stampa 
at ^ur post ofTwe or your 
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Junior A9trotetiCi^-4)oy Savihgi 
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Crowds like this one, at the WGH Top Tliirty Show, helped put Civrc Center "over tfie top" tiWs summer 




tliou^ the ffxsd point of some 
s^nsm in ^ paM, the 
Colter has come a long way 
Oe i^ three ye^s, not mdy 
but in ta useMik^. 
tern toller tt» &ancM dr^ 
to ^e eUy, as it iras om« caBed, 
i 1)ecNMTO a neeesstty to tiie 
lunity. 

f 'T1» ^o^ is proibicing a 
^^ <teal more iwenne tluin in 
yea^" Civic Ccnte" 
Robert O^ny 
'ti^ tlw nnin «Mm s that 
^^ fltod ia 9%M need for ^utt 
f^ntetHMOt tf we did not t»ve 
Iteteflttiic vro wouM ha^ f^ 

^^a* a sfi^M^aiiiHiMn 9pQ* 

Ulyman l^s ^i tliis sum- 
i^^s succe^ul season luu 
pNwd oae important point: that 
Wmm^ot regents are lookii^ 
tewaid ttte Civic Center fw en- 



*Si^^ fle^ was the o^ 
^^m in ^is entire ai^ tt^ Intd 
a ten oitertateiMBft sche<tale a^ 
Wi drew pe^le fii^i ^ Ea^m 
I^H« ^ wen m tM m& Tittem- 
^.*' Lfl^oan aaid. 
JM ^ ^iurday m^ ecn- 
0vte ^ra(« ^lA a fiadion of the 
^to^s use. Roiter sl^ng and 
fie mday ni^ Teen Cs4}M«t 
ji | Og'«a iie^>^ keep 4^e buMing 
M openitioa sue days a week. 

Tbe b^vy lam-out for the first 
ipr <^»to Israeli dbmit a few 
pnritoMS, I^^mn sud, but tb^ 
liwe s«m «>rre^wi. A new tick- 
it wtedow wss im^dkd to aid 
M^fe omtrol. At one ^um 2,0(X) 
9^^ WSK brou^ in in 14 
O^t^. ' 

"We were not r^dv on June 
15 fa- ttw lai^e crowis," lifly- 
flMs ttkl. "K took us hdf the 
awmer to pt thii^ ninnii^ 
smoothly." 

tlw WGH Top Thirty Show 
^hI Wil a r, Pawl and Mary drew 
A* faittiart crewifc hit foltow 
taf in a cImo aaeend ^Mt wore 
INvo Enibodc, Victw Botti* 
Mw no HoslanafMiy. 
'^i i^t ffKee^ftil event was 
ttie As S%^vial but Lill^nan 
§M tbu wiB be overcame next 
|W^ by teln^ng in bigger 
mme», ert^tdmg ti^ abow over 
m e^ie <week<^ and adding a 

Au^isin^ enou^, tlK cen- 
l«, wbte iaa^eaa^ ^ activtty 
Md p^iritactivMy, at rtUl oper^ng 



The 'Y' of It 




MOTday, Sept. 16, 10:30 a.m.— 
CommktM on Administration, 
Bank <A Viipnia pemch board 
ro<Mn; 8:00 p.m. — Coed Eve- 
ning R^stration, First Pres- 
byterian Qiurdi 

Tuesday, Se^K. 17, 10:30 a.m. — 
KemiMVille Council Meeting, 
&nmanuel Eplsx>pai Churrfi 

Wednesday, Se^ 18, 10:30 a.m. 
— ^Ba^Kte Registration Lilies 
Day Out; 3:30 p.m.— Amaci- 

tia Y T«n Club Meetii^, Frank 
Cox Schori, Room 705 

Thursday, Sept. 19, 4:30 p.m.— 

Y Teen Membership Rally, 
Camp Owttissa, ^ore Drive 
This w^k'si column should 

really be entitled "The Y Teen 
of I^" bwjausc air Y Teens are 
beginning an exciting year with 
a kkk-^ Memteohip Rally at 
tlw YWCA camp with a picnic, 
^mcs, ^s, singing and IcAs of 
fellowsWp. The Interclub Coun- 
cil has pet tills summer and ini- 
^cd phns for a year oi fun and 
service. TTw a^ndas c€ the 
Frtnk Cox School, the Viipnia 
Beach High School, Kempsville 
Jr. High, and Kellam Hi^ 
School include everything from 
Bake Sales ai^ Bowling Patties, 
Cbke Get-te-gethers and Oirist^ 
mas Caroljng, tri|K to Washing- 
ton, a Mid-Winter Ball (with a>r- 
mation of tiie Y T^n Ouecn), 
Special Lenten services, and a 
May Court, May Pole, and 
Mdther-DaueJiter Banquet. 

The Virginia Beach Hieh 
School Y Teens have already 
executed their first service proj- 
ect bv designing and distributing 
the floor plan of the school to 
new ^udents. 

Y Teens are girls who are, and 
will be contributors to the com- 
munities in wbidi they will live 
because tfiey have been given 
the opportunitv to make new 
friends, Icam interesting skills, 
enjoy coed activities plan pro- 
srams of their own choosinir de- 
vek^ as lea^rs, exchange id^s, 
share respomibilities with adults, 
oerform services to their sch<x>1'! 
and communities, take part in Y 
Teen coherences in other cities 
and states, meet and get to know 
people fr«n many countries, and 
woric in an cn^nization dedi- 
cated to peace am<x)g nations and 
freedom and "justi<» for all." 




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VIRGINfA B&?CH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1963 



4 

k4 



View Of 
ia Beach 






Wu^ u« 38 inttM 9t ah@re 
to Vliti^ SeiMd!. Tkm ^ amn 

Ito tmy reriia* Oe beneflte of 
beiat • AnnA nisd^ f«i need 
• BOAT! You dont atowftrUy 
tew to own one ti fint, & tfwn 
tew wMo-front fv^ei^ if yMi 
do 0!^ one. Ibvlngta fi^nd who 
ht§ tf hot/t is « ^»d vmj to tiy 
littorf 3^ tmy. fle^rar tiMra <k>wn 
ui iRvttMion to "c(mie i^xwTd", 
iMi, bemov!, ^ i»i^ Inig fni|^ 
bHe you, thert you will mwr re^ 
tlH you cin have one ol your own. 

BoiMi^ tes bMont tMg buai- 
«iqiM HFiOiin tiie pait ieoade, but 
%tt area is udy ia tt'a^ in&iKy of 
tiw boi^ txKMH, M(M)rdii^ to Ct^. 
^m Bei.) B(^ Mo«f. boat 
%i^ with Jtflius T. Hwtet, Inc. 
of Oieat Sridp. fts poiential f^ 
fyai recreation sUigi^^ .the 
toN^Mtion. Ym dooH te^ to 
te w|iAhy to beocHne a Inm^ ow& 
er <<^ eraiy, as &a» fflilniiias- 
tte <NyiM3';«i^e(D, Md you am 
itart ien^. this to a good time 
'<rf ^Nor to 1^ aroiuui, dnoe 
nam jdci{Q)ers 4o not mat iQie 
ms^^m id 4ot¥^ imi overhaul; 
mm/toM, (iieir cntft ^ up for 
irii iltf a bet^ prM» t^ you tfian 
11^ yoo .caa expect to {bid at 
tiie li^^nniiii of tin aa«m. 

SoMtliig otfers to<kiy -vihai driv- 
l^flM f fBDentitm or » ago. 
llMeM 3K^ pmstt io(Aied ior- 
mpl to tbefar Sundi^ drive, ^ea 
an)ey a oviae. Tbe w^ierw^s an 
sm <d iiie Imp (Ikm you 4ify6 
M ^ M»M tola 



SEA GULL IN FLIGHT 
BAY SPAN SYMBOL 




fari «C- 
i-l»otii . . . 
(^KH you are m0»m^, it coo- 
ttawa to fat better, n^ view you 
Mere m ne wtter. ^i never see 
tett tile ittMt. Witi^ tiie Bey are 
UtOBf 'VfmiiKtxl waterfront 
Maa lieintmiBy built with love- 
It tfiekm lawns. All the bo^ 
Mt 1^ ym are gr^seful— 
iMb^ hxdcs awkwMtl <m ^ 
Ifliw. Itesre is a fedh« of 
iHwadiUp with ev«ry baU you 
fiaas — it doesn't matter if you 
laum ^iitm <ft ncft, you wave <a 
toot aiS'vny. Wverym^ seems to 
te glad to be tli^e and glad to see 
|N» ^tre. ft» w«t^ it^f Is al- 
wi^ i&teresUng— did you ever 
go <wt on a nMonli^ nigM? Tbe 
tmt^ dance with a mfllton flores- 
ei^ colors. 

But tte lea can be treodier- 
om, too. flevtf ovextaKi j^nir 
bMA and a^ek all your a^ety 
et^^pmoBi bet&et leavii^ (he 
^ck. Have cm^deAirtton f <Kr Che 
iieaAire of othe^ boait«« i^ 
vMd "hotroddtag" your <3«lt 
vm if tt wUl go £^. 

Boats are for Adung. Men have 
known <^ tor years a»i now ttM 
li^ are equafly ^/towiaatic 
with vmrng the Uoe. . . . Boate 
are fa- iridrnkiidng. Satti^ on the 
wttt«- g^es ever^^ii^ a 4>edfl 
flavor. Ite aea^iUs vOi fdlcm 
ym kie^fiai tm a tendcnit and 
^ diddraa love to bev ttem 
i^reedi as they pltuun^ <towB 
hito the w«tMr to grab «tart««er 
ti<8i|l fou toaaed <»it lor tbem. 

Bottt aia lor nrhumag. Divu^ 
off Oe smm tato 4te 4»ol deu 
oito wrter in t^ taibor is re- 
Ct^tng lUMi mxma^ yourself 
alter your d4> soolhes a^ citos 
you. 

BoaU tte for puHii^ water 
d^n. You don't have to be 
young to tann; ^ ymu^ at 
teu( wMi a ^rtt to- «lveiriure. 
1 is easf bt^ H ^ses take skfll 
fli} laam tnm m es^eit. 

Boato are for sdi^te. B<^s 
ee for roB»n(%. Boii^ are for 
iHitfBM. tela are to awttyoae! 

USS LACOUTURE 
AT COlffl. COLLECE 

Md Ita. J. E. Ueoatore, um 
at, 1%lAiia teKA. wffl be AM <rf 

OMB «l OsDMsttnit Coi^i, l^v 
^^ra, OoMiael l cat, on Satiu^ 




BAYSIDE--A sea ^U in K»riAg 1^^ a moitf that was 
riKMt quickly i^o^ia»ble and had the most mpraUe wqml associa- 
tions in a »ries of psychok^k^ tests, \m o^n selKted as ti» 
official "mark" of the new 17.6 mile long Chesapeake Bay Bridge- 
Tun^l, i»w being completKl between NorioUE and the Eastern 
Sh<M« of Virginia. 

The flyii^ guU, whose real- 
life countemit is a famUiar fig- 
ure in the Chesapeake Bay ared, 
was i^^Md wtd) ttie aid of spe- 
cial testily over several other 
d^istns tat potentid hi^wiy 
trailMa^^n by die Chesapeake 
Bay Bru^ and Tuni»I Commis- 
sion. 

Tlie uncial Ch»apeake Bay 
Brid<'e-Tunncl road marker, 
which wilt go into use as ^wn as 
the giant structure is (^ned fc^r 
traffic early in 1964, is a two- 
paneled square. Oq tiK i^^r 
panel, die name "0)esap|^ke 
Bay Bridge-Tunner is fanpriot^ 
m mm CM! a white beckgroui^. 
The lower panel shows a white 
gull silhouetted against a sea of 
blue, y 

The mark not tMily will serve 
as a roadway marker directing 
traffic to the Bridge-Tunnel but 
it wiU'^Uo ht used on Chesa- 
peake Bay Biii^Tunnel guard 
un*3n|s, tfwks and other ve- 
hicles, .AletterlK«is, business 
forms, ^ro^ires and all visuid 
(nateri^ that are associated with 
the ending. 

The.iidl marie, whkh was de- 
veloped by Robnt Kline and 
ComfHvy, RiehmtMul, Va., the 
OmimiMion's advertisii^ and 
publk relatimis Sj^ncy, was se- 
uected from three ^er su^sted 



i^WAQ TwirliBg 
Event Sept 28 



The Baton Twirling Ckn^sts, 
initiated last y^u" by the National 
Tobacco Fe^val, will be held at 
John Marsten Hi^ Sdiool in 
Ridunond on Sahuntey, Sept. 28, 
^arthig at SHDO ajn., Eii.T., ac^ 
eordi^ u> Mm £. Diflani. Gen- 
eral Chairnttn of &» IStii An- 
nwd National TobsK%o Festival. 

"These coirtests, sponsored by 
the James River Junior Wcnmn's 
Club to provide a nursing sdMter- 
alhip at lUchmond M«n<»ial Hos- 
pital, are expected to iMract 
twirlers frwn several airrounding 
sIMes and many places in the Old 
I><nnini(»i," says . IMUud. Uok 
ttnn 150 trophies, medals, ban- 
tm% and plaques are donated by 
^nerican flila<^ne k Foundry 
Co., nanufa<^rer of Mmc(» ma- 
chkiery and qxnts equipmest as 
part of Us program for youth. 
^i^aes muM be received by 
Seirt. 23. 

San^loned as an INBTA dam 
AA cotnp^on, the c<»Mests fea- 
tore four ^Me ^ei^ and one 
open contest — RkhOKuid City 
Contest, Official Vlr^nia l^ato 
Ctempion^pe, <National €^>en 
Cwiqw^itions, Coi|» Ccmq^etiticnH, 
and tte 'Mte Vii^hiia Majored, 
preliminary for tte Mi» Majoretto 
of Anwrioi PageaM. 

The first place cori« will 1^ 
Invited to perform in the IN«^on^ 
Tobacco Festivid Graml Uumin^- 
ed Psr»6k Oct. 4. Tbe nu^orette 
'wmning tfie greatest nunriaer of 
poiiM wMI tead the pen^. A 
ap&M tnweling tn^y wBl be 
aw^utled to the group havii^ the 
grei^eat niunber of pohits ammg 
Its m^rtMas in uMtontt opm 
oooii^tkioiH, ^us to <»rps p<^its. 
S<^ aoores in tlw Vii^nki. State 
Ca^«at wffliORurt lovi^d <)» 
taloM ^re in tt» lUas <Vta^!^ 
Ift^retle ftge^. 

CmrteAa^ for the JuniiR' and 
Smlor lUss 'Vin^a M^ralto 
tKles wffi'lie pr»e^^ tmstafe 
at John NarriiaD H^ Sdiod 
aud^nium Sept. §i it 2:00 p.m. 
Winmr of tl» ama« oeowa (^ 
15^) win reeei^ a tro^, ban- 
ner, <amm «ad $100.00 is oA 
toward eq)@u» to ^ ifiai lit- 
JoreMe of .^Mri» F^^eut Mtt 
wb^bm, Anatod by Mue^an Mft- 
fMm & fftendry Co. MM tjf^nt 
UMbe of (^n^UU, Va.. ms 



motifli: a cuNiwa^ cnitlim of one 
ci the tonneVf^tKms that will be 
used in the structure, a three- 
leiSed trestle section and a vis- 
uai»Bttoi of a trestle receding 
into the hainm. The agency's 
designer was Ardiur C. Biehl. 

The sea-blue color was choseii 
be(^UK it is suggestive of sea and 
water; it is dntuictive from many 
^e«i biih'Mty trailblazere, and 
its intens}^ makes it «isily visual 
even when w«) for lettering. Tte 
color , was specifically selected 
tor the %i<^e-Tunnel and is not 
VMd by (Hher Viipnia highways. 
Hmvever, the size of the marii 
\ral conform to Vii^nia regular 
ti<M», being a maxnnuin oc 36 
inches high. 

Travelers on d» Ck«an Hiway 
<^ which the Chesapeake Bay 
Bridge-Tunnel will become a 
vital part, will shwtly begin Jo 
notice the gull tniiH>laz^» as m 
north as t}^ New Jersey tunq^ 
and as far ^mh n l acktop v M M ft 

la arri^^ at iui deciskm to 
sele^ ^ aa marker, the Com- 
miutM! ||S vto «>nsideration a 
ccmfHinrtive study of higlrway 
sij^s which was made by ?sycho- 
locical Consultants, Inc., a Rich- 
mond, Va, firm. 

Using a tochistc»cope, an in- 
strument duU expc»es colors and 
odier visual ^n^ for a ftaction 
of a second, l>sycluri<^cal Ccm- 
sultante submitted the four sug- 
gested markers and two control 
designs to 133 Univeisity of 
Richmond students in a detection 
threshcrid compariscMi test. The 
purpose of Uiis test is to deter- 
mine how many sec<mds elapse 
between the time one sees an ob- 
iect OT sip until its sienific^nce 
is registered on the brain. 

It was fmuid that die gull sym- 
bol on the marker which was 
later chosen (rfficially had die 
lowest detectbn thr^told, and 
the marker's wonted message 
h»d the seooi^ilowMt detection 
threshold. When the symbol oi 
the gun and die menage were 
conri^ined, die sea gidl marker 
achieved the best overall rating. 
TTie testere found that it could 
be interpreted in abcmt chic- 
fourth of 4 seomd. 

When the scientific tad^tos- 
copic experiments were fuished, 
the fETMip was asked to indicate 
which design Aey "felt" wcwld 
be the m<Kt effective in terms d 
legibility. An overwhelming num- 
ber, 72 per c«it, chose the sea 
gull. 

In a<kikion, ^e Kline ^ncy 
took a samj^ing of individuals to 
leara what word associatiois 
were evoked by each potential 
marker. Eigjity-40ur per ceiK of 
the sea gull word association 
were favorable, widi siKh de- 
scriotions as "watery," "pl«is- 
ant " "cakn," '*pr(^res8iw." "ap- 
propriate," "pcacAil," "attrac- 
tive," aiKl "carefree" being used. 

<X die i«ople questk)Md, 56% 
chose the sea tndl as die des^ 
thev lik«i d^ best 

CcMclttdlng its rep«t, Ps^o- 
logical Consultants sakl, "It (die 
»DV^) wa^s to have (tonnes 
«mm conktently duU Desiiqi 
C (dife gnU nuiker) wiU outke ^ 
nwtt iMective hii^way sign. R 
has a ri^jid det«;tion threshol4 
an easy r^^gnition threshold, 
and tlw a^Qcntton value is ex- 
c^Deat It seems to be clearly 
better dian any d die oth^ de- 
^^, wtti the excqstion of one 
oc^M d^fa wb^ has a oom- 
paral^ detoMloa di^Aidd. ^Kt 
evm iuse, te %a gull's as»xia- 
toi valw ^Mis much superim' 
to die (»nbrol sign and to all 

vwBm DB W e O. 



Fomer Local 
ResMeRt In 
Newport News 

I^WPORTS NEWS — George 
L. AWrid^ Jr., 27, a formic, 
n^dMt of Vir^nia Beach, tes 
bem named assi^wt executiiw 
dire^or of tte Newpnt ftfews Re- 
(tovelopai^ and Housing Au- 

He b tiM s«n <rf Mr. and Mrs. 
G. L. AWiMge Sr. of 415 42nd 
Stre^ Virgaia Beach. 

' AIdri<i^ ^sumd his mw 
duties 'niatdior after previously 
j^rlflf as an assistant in tM 
Richmond Redevetopment and 
Housing Audiority. 

A native of Virginia B^di, he 
re(^v«d an AB. degree with a 
major in poOdcal scien<» from tiie 
University ol| Ridunond in 1958. 
Two yc«ffs la^ Iw completed 
work i<» his attar's degree in 
govenunent a<hnini^rBtion at the 
Whart<m Grwluato School of Busi- 
ngs Mid Govarmnent Administra- 
tion of |he Univeraity of Pennsyl- 
vwoia. 

WbAe ia gradu^ schod, he 
was tm •dmlaisti^ve aid to the 
area ptaudng <K>nference wtth 
the Riitedd]^ ItedeveloianeiA 
AulhcHify's persom^ divi^on. 

He ^«it his first year out of 
paduato •cho<^ as field repr«im- 
IMiw tor the Virginia &nploy- 
ment Commkston. He' joined tS^ 
Ridunond Autiiori^ two years 
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FOLLAIY WnS 
SALE^UN AWARD 

VISGJ^IA BE^gl — Tho- 
mas J. FoUary of Virginia Beadi 
was one of 16 Lincoln-Mercury 
satesmen in the Washiagum sales 
district to earn memlMership in 
die "100 Chib," ranking him 
aafKmg die top third of aU Lin- 
col-Nfercury salesmen. 

FoUary is associated with AI- 
phu Mo^on, Iix;., the Virginia 
Beach Lincoln-Mercury dealer. 




Degree Holder 
Serves As Chef 

ALANTON — Richard Staley has a master's (tegr% In French, 
is working on his doctorate, is a college professor of the laMuage 
and studied in France for two years on a Fulbr^t Sch<riarship — 
but these merits didn't help one little bit when it came to perfecting 
his summer \ob. 

For the past three months Richard has been a chef at Atex- 
ander's Pancake Inn — and crepe suzettes were the <Mily thli^ Fre«A 
^MMit his busy aunmer schedule. 



Richard Staley prefwr^ for gourmet luncheon. (Phillips Photo) 



FALLOUT SHELTER 
TOPIC OF ANALYSIS 

NORFOLK — ^Thc Dejartment of Defense, in co(^rati<Mn with 
the Virginia Office of Civil Defense and Old Dominion College, 
announces a course in FALLOUT SHELTER ANALYSIS to be 
conducted for qualified architect and ei^ineers in the Hampton 
Roads arda. 

B^pning September 13 and running diroi^[h December 13, 
1^3, ^ course wW he Md ear -"-^"—^ — — ^'=^— ■ — — ^ 



FrWay evenii^ from 7:00 p.m 
to 10:00 p.m.'in the Hughes Li- 
brary Building, Old Dominion 
College, 48th Street and Hamp- 
ton Rmlevard, in Norfolk. No 
tuition or fee is involved. 

The coui^ will be equivalent 
to the intensive two-week Fallout 
Shelter Analysis course offered 



LONDON BRIDGE CHURCH 
HOMECOMING SUNDAY 



LONDON KIDKrE— Homecom- 
ing Day at <Lo»ton Bridge Bai^i;^ 
Oiurch will be Sunday, Sei^em- 
ber 15. . 

Hie pastor, the Rev. G. Ed- 
ward i&ghes, wiU sp^k at tiie 
11:00 o'dock service. H^ sermon 
tide mil be "God Gave Us Mem- 
ory". Sir. F. R. Reader and Mr. 
R. B. Garter will wticome the 
visitofs 9t tiie morning service. A 
picnic hmch will be served at 
12:SQ. 

tbe ouUtoiM' aRenuxiD service 
wfil b^da «t 2:00 o'cio^ with a 
Mowid^ aong service ted by Mr. 
Luitrd Sawyer. There wUl be 
speicM mu^ by the choirs of the 
diurdi, the YWA Choial Group 
and the diurdi quartet. Miss 
Suaan Rope* wiS present a ven- 
triloquiM Mit with her doll 'Tony 
tbe BtfUkHC'. Ilie aftemocm pro- 
gnun 'W «Hidude with a Girl's 
AuxiUaiy Coronation under ti^ 
direotto d Mss Shirtey Widgeon. 

Giite^ AuxiUary m a pait of 
Wonum'^ WSDonary Unton, Aux- 
iU^y to SoiMtem (Baptist Con- 
vuitoa and ^ an cnfanizaftion for 



junior and teen-age girls. The 
prinary interest of Girls' Auxili- 
ary is Missions, and also affords 
an ouUet for social desires, par- 
ties, banquets, camps, bk Girls' 
Auxiliary recreation does not 
^p with ju^ good times; it goes 
<m to true "re-creation". 

Forward Steps provide addition- 
al mi^icHiary education fpr girls 
who want to do individusd ^udy 
and inve^gation. After the re- 
quirements for FOTward Steps are 
passed, a Coronation Service is 
pknnel. A Coronation is an 
"honoring and awarding" service 
for Girls' Auxiliary and the shar- 
ing with ^e audience the many 
ibhinp she has Icbmed. Girls' 
AuxMiary began in 1913; has been 
orpnized in many Fmeign Coun- 
tri^ and celebrated its 50th an- 
niversary tills y^ff. 

London Brid^ Baptist Ctwix:h 
is one of the oldest Bap^st 
Churches in the city of Virginia 
Beach. It was organized in 1784. 
Friends of the church are invited 
to attend and enjoy a day of fel- 
kitir^p and worship. 




Tl^se ymu^l^^ wiO toke part m H(»»ccm^ c«t»nonira 



at die U. S. Army Engineers 
School at Fort BelvfMr, Virginia. 
Subjects such as effects of nu- 
clear weapcwK, structure of mrt- 
ter, attenuation of nuclear radia- 
tion bv structural shicldii^, shel- 
ter criteria, environmental en- 
eineering. blast resistant de<i<m. 
and introducticMi to struc^ral dy- 
namics are included in the cur- 
riculum. PrcAlcms and assien- 
ments in simple and ccmipart- 
mental shielding techniaues and 
three written examinations will 
be given during the course. 

Instructor for die course will 
be David Burke, a professional 
engineer and a memb«'»- of t^e 
George WashingtcHi Universtty 
Fallout Universitv Fallout Shelter 
Analysis course staff. 

To be admitted to the course, 
an applicant must be a , regis- 
tered architect of eneineer, or 
hold a Bachelot Degree frcmi a 
recognized school of architecture 
or engineering. 

Those who siuxessfuUy oom- 
olete the course will be certified 
bv the I>epartment of Defense as 
qualified Fallcwt Shelter Ana- 
Ivsts. and will be listed in Na- 
tional and Regional directories 
nublished oeriodicallv by the (K- 
fice of Civil Defense. Thev \riU 
»lso be placed on Office of Civil 
Defense mailing lists to receive 
current information and techni- 
cal developments in the field of 
fallout sheker design. 

In this nuclear age. archit^ts 
and engineers throughout the 
coimtrv should have a thotouch 
understanding and knowled^ d 
the fundamentals and newly de- 
veloped techniques of faHoiit 
shelter design and analysis. With 
this added knc^vledge and capa- 
bility, an architect or entrineer 
can orovide an optimum degree 
of fallout orotecticm in anv pro- 
nosed building oroiect widi very 
little, tf anv, increase in con- 
struction cost and without handi- 
caooing die primary use of tte 
building. 

This course is (festgned to 
serve representatives of archit«>- 
tural and engineering firms; m- 
dustry; Federal, ^ate. oou^ 
and municipal government a^n- 
cies; school beards; and inibUc 
utilities. 

Architects and engmeers in- 
terested in attending diis course 
may receive application t(mas by 
calling or writing: OBkc erf Ovd 
Defeme, Cent«- Theater Build- 
ii%, 9di am! BouA Stre^ MA 
7-4861, Est 281. 



Ami te^ May he didn't even 
know how to cook thcrae. 

But experience is a good toch- 
er, at least when ii comes to pan- 
cakes, and in a ^lort time Richard 
could turn out the many varieties 
of dressedmp flapjacks as well as 
the nesA person. 

The only hitch, he found, was 
the la*te Saturday night rush hmir 
when the restaurant was usually 
packed with hungry paity-goers. 

"That riMh hour scared me to 
death," he cwnmeirted. "But the 
cummers were very understand- 
ing. ScMnetimes they would serve 
ttttmselves. , One man even 
poured cof^ and deaned off the 
UiAes. They all aeoned to enjoy 
it" 



Cookhig pancakes is a very 
confining job, ttey require con- 
stant supervi^n. And this caused 
a few he»iadies during busy 
times. One ni^ Richard was 
frantically preparing sevend ham- 
burger while keying one l»nd 
on a grill full of pancakes. A 
w(»nan found that her hamburger 
was well ^pplted with lettuce, 
UmaiA and other trimmings . 
but no nmat. 

A iu£vf$ of Gre^obsro, N.C., 
Ridiard has bera y wdtnf 4H»f caU #., 
summm at Virginia Beach for 
the p^ 13 y^urs, most of the 
time m am employee of ^exand- 
er's. 

This was the fir^ year thi^ die 
Atlantic Avenue re^urant has 
stressed pancakes, along with its 
legidar menu, and Ridurd, who 
has been an acccmiplislied cook 
since he was a teen-ager, had to 
learn bow to noake pancidt^. 

He was preparing to leave Vir- 
ginia Beach this week to stoit his 
teaching duUes at the Uiuversity 
of Virginia. But before ht left, he 
wanted to prove to a few dose 
friends that he really could cook 
something oth^ than pa^cak^. 



Ceienel Swank 
Germany Bound 

FORT STORY— Colonel Walter 
D. Swsuik, who uirtil August 14 
was Executive Officer of Head- 
barters, Fcnt Story, is on his way 
to an asagiiment at Vaihi^n, 
Germany. 

SixK» his arrival at Foit Story 
in August 61, Colonel Swank has 
served as Deputy Post Command- 
er (Aug. 61-June 02 and Aug. 62- 
May 63) and Commander (June 
62-Augu^ 62) of Fort Story and 
the 4thTCTC. 

Prior to his arri^ ai Fort 
Story, Colonel Svank was com- 
traller and chief of staff at Trans 
Terminal Conmiand, Ckdf . 

A 1940 UJS. MOJtaiy Acaden^ 
graduate, Colonel Swank com- 
nmnded a Quartennaater Truck 
Battalion durii^ Worid War n, 
paiticipating in five Ekin^an 
Cami»igDS including Nonnaiidy. 

After the war the Colonel saw 
duty with the Budget Division, 
Comptroller of the Army in 
Washinfton. In 1%2 im went to 
San Fimncisco Port of £hibarka- 
tton as Fiscal Officer. 

From 1053-55, Cotaiel Swank 
vns with the Terminal Coomand 
Arctic in ^Newfoundland, partid- 
i»ting in annual resu^dy m^ 
skms to Army inata^ions in the 
txt north. 

Prior to Us awignment M New 
Orleans, Cotoi^ Siraak did post 
gradate w^k at Symaxse Uni- 
vKsity, and eaxmd « MMtors De- 
gree in ^UBSHOB AdBdiMratioa 
ml966. 



So IXiesdi^ he pr^Nued a 

gourmet Frendi luncheon and in- 
vited Ai^e Al^xancter, his em- 
ploy^-frimd, Mrs. Alexander, 
Mrs. iMargaret Slaughter, his land- 
lady, and Mrs. Lcmi i^taio, a 
neigMior. 

He whipped up a menu tiiat 
well proved his point: melcm hljU 
cocktails, crab meat roidade, p«is 
with mushroon», an elaborate 
salad tray isuid cocqnut cake ,mUi 
lemon filling. 

Cooking is nH»e tl^m a faqibby 
with Richard. He considers it an 
expression of aa% a means oi 
creirtin^ and a divenicMi frodi 
Vb» sdMdastic world ia whic^ lii 
Uvea . .. . much to Ox ddigl^ of 
h£s Tuesday limchecm gi^is. 



Banks Vote 
On Merger 



NORFCHLK— The Boards of 
Dircctc^s of The Seaboard Cki- 
zens National Bank of Norfcft 
and The Fanners Bank oi Naase- 
mond, Suffolk, votnil Monday to 
&B/t me^jyiy of ^ 
s of i^ bank, to Be 
held on the KMh of Octcri^ra*, to 
appsove the Agreement of Mer- 
ger previously entered i^o by 
the two baidcmg instituticMS. 

This announcement was made 
joinfly by J. Hop Tyks, III, 
President d Seabtwd and Fi^nk 
E. Buder, Jr., President of F«n»- 
ers, foUowim; d»e r^ilar incMiAh- 
ly meetings erf tte two t^uik 
beards. 

The comUned cwital acoeogl 
of the merged l»iik wiM be 9 
excess of $10 million widi tscHal 
resource over $ 100 million. This 
merger, if effected, will \ikmg 
together the two oldest banking 
iastituti<nte in dKir respective 
communities. 

As previously announce!, tfie 
merged bank will have a ca|Mtel 
stock of $2,375,000, ccmsbtii^ 
of 475,000 diares <rf commcm 
stock of $5.00 per vakas, of 
which 375,000 dnre« wiH be 
i»ued to the stoddic^deis <rf the 
Seaboard Citizens Nirtknid 
Bank, and 100,000 shares wHl be 
Ksued to the ^ocddKriders erf toe 
Farmere Bank erf NamenioBd. 
Seaboard's proposed 2V^ ftxr 1 
stock split wiU have the effect 
of issuing to the stockholders d 
the Seaboard Citirona Nateoal 
Bank 1%^ additional Glares for 
each share ik)w hdd, ami issuing 
to the stockholders of Fanners 
one share of the merged bank for 
each share now held. 

The merger k subject to toe 
approval <rf die Comptrcrfler of 
toe Chirrraicy, James J. Saxon, 
and the approval d the stockr 
holders at the sp^ial meetings. 
Tyler also announced Uiat the 
Bcrard of DirectcNTS <rf Seacard 
declared a regular quarterty div- 
idend erf 60 cents per share, pay- 
able October 1 to stockholckrs 
of record on September 16. He 
further advised the Bo»rd that 
earnings for die vear 1963 c<»- 
tinued to exceed the^e for divB 
year 1962. Tyler had prcvioiwlv 
announced that any exoansion of 
the merged bank will be con- 
fined to the area d Tidewater 
Vir<rinia and k would still be toe 
determination of the (rf^ris of 
the bank to continue to bring to 
this area modran and im^essive 
banking service. 

Frank E. Butler, Jr.. wffl con^ 
tinne s»s <4W executive ol^cer 
of the S^folk operation, ^wl tte 
Merger AiieenHM pmvk^ Ae 
meropd uuAknti(» will Imv* n 
a<M^k^ n»mb^ of te^o*^ 
d Dirfctcxs, Frank B. BMl^. 
Jr.. Hanwd R. Bk^^M^ mA 
QeoTfie A. TIkhMi^ ^lAn an 
{»esendy <m ^ Boavd <rf ^ 
Faxmm Budic of VhmmaoaA, 




Virginia Bt4#i mmmm 



Of Merest 

tttl im r«»tvM 16^,000 far 
AMet iOM kam. TMi to Oie 
IttgMt itatfe ilMttQent f«eeli^ 
by Boandie fof tfnet 10109 <or 
inui^ f^& "mere » so ^nCKli^ 
list. Vetefus api^^i^ far diiiMt 
iKHM kam bmk (te VA diuing 
•ny nieik nM be mtteA appttia- 
tions on fMay 9! tiiat week. Hie 
entire Stale ^ VbtfBda to ^gKde 
for dtreol lo^ vitt Hie £K^ 
Mw^^ <rf tte lAMring aunties 

OMMIes: ^»im^, Hovico, 

I^UuB, ChMetBeM exofft Ito^ 
dM^tf IMiid. Aifli^ni and 
Msttz CoQ^es CM Oe CMy erf 
ilieanfrto «» served I7 1^ 
Velsimi B^ieflts 0^% in Waaii- 

CW^ — Lyndilmrg, V^ttens- 
buis, Norfolk, Foitamoufh, New- 
pott Nnn, Soulh Norfolk, 116019- 
ton, Ibttnoke, Brtotca, Chenpedv 
City, lUolunond, Vlrgini» B6*ch 
City, Pefenburg, Hopewell. 

^^9^ ^etean m an di^Uearea 
1^ ^ fai^ unaUe to get a 
tan^ ttw Wffflifilv ]pAy4ile MfA- 
tag iMBaA l^ml ^M^ to tte 
VA twpM^^ig a dn^ kwn i^li- 

n^e ^A o^ (rffioe at any 
ctaieii m ifoMent r^peding 

anvMns. 

ttnrtea <l. Ittiagav n^ Msodh 
aite, vkits ^ Aton B. 9isf«Bi 
CamKeotioa Center, Wh Steiwt 
and IPadUk Avenue, on the iee* 
ond and fMirtli 'nnndays <rf mA 
mMith, IMween 4be liouia of 
noon and 4 |»ai. 



Toiur Social 



fXUKSl 



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1M» Aiif.-4«onH^ Wonirtp 






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(W. T. C^dM Schoel. IJtIi St) 
9:45 UB.— KiDdfty SAbot 
tim ajB.— WsnUp 8«rHoe 
7:30 p«L»lf«B^ Woi^ 
?:30 pjD.— Wad. Fl^w 9en^ 

FAim B^IWr CflOBCB 

C818 V«. Beadi Mid., !«tarfollc Va. 

9:45 •Jtt.— r * " 
11:00 •.!».—] 
p6:3t p4a.->L 

7:30 PA.— Cveelag 




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A. HvM * ' *''M*ii i M 
10:00 A.M.— SmdM S^ori. 

7:30 PJUv-iimdm "^^ ' 



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9:30 A.M. 

IL-OI A.M. 

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Sawbw MatMfr: 

8:30 mA 10:30 A.M. 

4 lo 6 pjto, BUBudtyt 

10-12 S^vAkyi 
&yctew ^» 8-30 a.in. MMea 



MvaCttaSia 

cAnMJDCBi»ai 

t. BAI^iWlE 

^«Mf Main; WItfter. »m, 9:30 
11:00 Kin. mi 13:15 pm. 

9amm, l^m I5th ttea Utar Dv. 
7^1^ 1:00. 9:30, ri:00 aA. aad 
U:15 pjn. 

Wtf Dayt, 1.00, 9:30 am aai <:30 




fta ^alilMy fobbed ^m of 
0n ftiffltiM '€i|pi^? K io, you 
iiboM dteic i»lft ^Mir aodal ee- 
«tf|l^ ^toett<noe. 

Mntti)^ taKtti <an be j^ 
al ^ age io woritt^ p(^i|^ 
^s tiaw leodne lm#3e to «^ 
If fl«i»Qn ^ a aev^e d^UI^ 
ttait^ii«q«olad to lot fgr a ii^ 
ttM. fl^eflli y^ Irifli ^ aev' 
^ mna of ^iMi^p imt «i 
nsMsy Ito Bwda be^hpe 
1^ be «^l^ tti «!- 
iM^ bira« aatisl 
ajMifily ^ittiHI $otiA Inat S yem' 
<«aife te tt« litt y«t paieA fie- 

vnm 1^ mhe ^w lipptea* 
ttn^^Ki iJKM aeii^ office ^ 
Mill yw n aMMtog tfte aaedfeal 
^HfeMe iieed ig tey . WMrai Ma 
#vM»s^ IM ipett dbbtoed, dffl^ 
ii^B i^DCT wBB, a aecsaKm ma 
te oi^ as to w^flitf your con- 
Men to aevere emn^ to qmllf y 
^ u "tfliMAd'' under <j» 
MnBu of ^M^Nr, 

yM tUsk yM n^et (lie re- 
^miMlla or knav d i^^M 
«ii Bl^ te i^Me, ^ Is toi^ 
Mb tte aodd aegoxfty <^oe at 
aM IT. Bfao^ebn Ave., Kotfolk, 
u a«M aa poiaibi^ De^ ii^ re- 



^Ufa (Mnt logtf «t (^weailiify 

* - Tl If inSartiTft 
10:00 aA^^-SiNiAM fl*oi| 
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7:30 pA.— fiteii^ WM^ 

OCKABfPiMK 

CMltiMrY<i wgwM 

Ot tvii Ciaskk mvMi. Va. 
9:45 aA^MNe neat 

7j30 - - ^ 



„^ . 4m to 1:00 aad 7:00 

to 1:00 pm. Satorday 
Wetdednr M««. 8 a.m. 

HIMMBI SCHraHnLB 

Now Mini Labor Day, ttnday Him, 
6, 7, 8, 9:30 and It am. aad 12:15 
pA. Daily Maaa; 8:45 ajn. 



tAnn» Mmnr (BMca 

IMO HeaMv Hoaaa Koad 
MM»~<taaMa ¥. D» Vm 

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tedc Bw. Vliitob 
ALVtft Sr. OA&lPAfraB 

9:45 ajB.— — OmnJi Sctiaui. 
11:00 ^A^-Jtf^nfi^ W^mhlp. 



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7:45 ft^b-«v«aiiie 1M 




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JMmMI Aaaa Oem 
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^ 9-45 AM. 
AIM AM. 
. 7-JO P.II. 



SI*. MAimsws 

CATHMJC CHURCH 
tilt Wmtn Lm, Va. Bcm^ Ya. 
SHmnt MaaMR ^.M, 9M0, lOsM A 

C^Binilge «adi &baday 4:00 pA. 

to 5:00 pm. and 7:00 pjB. to 

8:00 p.ih. 
Mtttf O'tam aad Fatkor FMh^ 
P tow KI 5^3 33 

FBixoiramr ■ATim- CBUBCH 

419 Otiarock Itoad. Nortcflk 2, Va. 
Ray. OMrWa T. HcaMdkfc >Mter 

9:45 aA.— C^nrch SduxA 
11:00 a.Bi.— Morafa* WunU^ 

7 JO pA.— Bvteniaa Wonypw 

KALA causes OF ooora 

Bad Bi^, Va. 
(kM BKtod, fflnhhr 
1040 A.lf .— BRda S^od 
11:00 AM.— Mon^i WonUp 
7diO PJ^.— Eveob^ Wo^Up 

CRUBCH OVfMSBI 

»31V^Bt»A Bhd., Ocena, Va. 
Atalf W. MaAa, Mtnlrtw 
lOKM SA— BiUe ^ody 
11:00 a.m.— Mcni^ WmMf 

6'M pm. ^Btcdiiv Woc^ 

LTIWhAvSTcOLDNY 
UNITED 'CHURCH 

OmpecBtfoaal CMMjm 

Gnat Neck Road Mar Sun Dr. 

Wm. Am NcimL Paalar 

9:45 aA.-1-Siiodqr Sduxrf 
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cnoniAN cHums 

Dnelplea of CfaiM 
, 6700 W. Hadea RomI 
* Near Uttfe Omek I^ny 
G. Da«M Shwraa, PMar 

8:45 A.M.— Wn^ Sarvice 
.9:45 A.M.—qiio<iHy SdMol 
11:00 A.M.— Waiyp Scrvka 
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A. D. Hamrt. PMor 
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10100 ViriNa Bracli Boaletvd 
(Tei^oiwy Wanft|p Oeotor) 

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10:30 a.m.— WorA^i Seniea 
(Nuxwry for pre4Aod iMimm 
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NOTES mm TOM AGRICULTUMU. A6ENT 






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Itety id to tt ^edtal (ta« 
to ^t tetfb ibecame <^i «• 
beeon^eoato. Bel fta^ i««te 
graufld it ttw tmft d^tti ts 
fwwwi to ^ nufflwy. Tfc^ may 
dM If #Nited too deep. iniMidd 
^^ft inMi^vii^. Too <4tM 
fdtilM edded at. tte ttne ^ 
piratiiig is Ml ttMOuM^ otod 
wtth ^t eoO. Hetvy coocMttt- 
tida mav ts^m ibe root i^f^rtem 
ami evwtu^ldl «» ^oit U 
ttie ^oiti^ ioA to liddiig in 
ori^ flMrttaf r «dd top etf or 
miisM ft«n ttie eompoit vl^. 

If you !»ve m/t ^Rwed ywr 
neicte Mwm^ not bfmH&ttf 
^eiqpe^ lui eiHOA to oottrat 
tiMtr tfi^4lie« ii iW time. Dont 
w«lt ttam tnott^ eeiaoik. It nay 
be too Me. 

B&emod nm6» to be (Uaoed 
occa^m^. Stvt by iwtuid^ 
week uid oomled tesiKSws from 
the top cHita- of tiie ^rat 'miere 
necewry, ihtatoii iiie tifler 



ov«- Oe mUm iv#ir W of «>"^ ! 

h^ dw^ a itnii^ Mta 

oMT iMd iriiid. ^/mj imf$wi^ 
m$,hmm&, Hwold be mm to 
tte ^^ftas. 

lilew to tte ^ to flant ^rii^ 
flnw^ed iniOs. FImI euly in 
«tte- to 0v« ti^ Inw to ^ 
vebq* en ^Eten^i* mst iptei 

Some pttD^ to amflUer in 
buyii^ iNitte ue: 

1. KiKW types, ccdiv, i»d d^ 
oIlMilte and the pl^es (^ 0;«w 
beat. Use <xkm 4tel bttCMlttie 
wMh the ra^ of tiie ^v^kn. 

2. Chedc to imte mie ttojrl are 
not diaeoed. Oia^mA IM^ 
look sMkiy emi ^c»taed, w sirfl 
Md rotted. < 

3. Clwap IxiliM tro wm^ poor 
qiMdity. 

4. ^y specific cotos <ff nrie- 
ties you waM. Inexpeirt?e pacA- 
^e$ o^n eontain too nun^ of 
one ©dor. 



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priatod in tt^ eittenq^ to fraw 
gMi uwM- tr^ A ttniw^ 
mmM$t <rf f«tos ihat. ^mlri- 
IK^ to suck fiitetes wffil li^ 
improve turf qud^. R is bnpor- 
tayM to le^iie <^ unto ever^ 
peens and tieeii Wk toe beecfa, 
irtme tte InnidiM ere ofin dose 
to tt» ©wmd, it Is ej^remly dif- 
fl^ to ffRiw graas. Tlie d^i^ 
of ^ fdl^ <rf d^Mhious tie« 
varies. Per exmnple, it is nnidi 
more difficuM to nlaintain a good 
stand of grass vmieT a Norway 
nsfle, fAMk baa vexy dei^ 
foUftge. ton une^ an elm, oak, 
or ^cunore wtudi produce m<H« 
mo<^«te 8h«le. 

l^e eeledion of a seed mixture 
that is not ai^ible for ^laded 
^ndki<^ is often a major con^ 
trilMitk^ factor in krwn failure. 
An adequito feeding progitm is 
ui^KXTtant. Graces in ^ttded 
seas :^M>uId not be mowed dos^" 
tiian 2M! inches in dry weather. 
Do not leaw excessive grw& 
cUppinp on the lawn. They will 



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richer than milk, 
lighter than cream. 
So good to many 
ways! Perfect for atf- 
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(rvrquoit* live and 
SMfta^ ttd Cairtoa.) 




WHIPPING CREAM... 

for full-bodM flavor 
in coffee. Makes the 
desserts that make 
the meal! Farm-fresh, 
rich, thick, smorth. 
(Haty IfiM and ShAuiI 
M CarfaM.j 



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striking Colors, Mllghtful Designs 
Help You Select Famous Soaltest Products 



Hew are the most mMm new Pack- 
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These new, brilliantly designed car- 
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whole milk waluei 
wWhoutwctraertorlaju, 
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CHOCOLATE MILK 

... aM the choccrtaty 
goodness children 
kwe to mw* . . . plus 
the wtotesome milk 
goodness ttiey need. 
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HOMOeEMIZED VITAMm MIU 

. , . ultre-modem qu^tty ceirtnrt 
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SHOP SIMHY-SHOP SEALTEST! 



foitter cm down en ^ emmuit 
<rf 1^ fries pbmtsiFeotfve. ibke 
noe tet teaw« «k1 Iw^ efe ve- 
SMfed M ^^ eenoMMe. Urwn 
gr^aes are <Ma <«^ikroed, 
e^jecnSy m (he Ml, ^^len faBen 
leaves are tttlnved to renMin too 
long. 



SHADE TOLIRANT 6IUSSES 

Sdecti<» of aeed •will depend 
<m frtiett^' Ibeie s i»itiid or 
heavy aAude. The miJ^res rec- 
mnnen^d Iot NMtiiem Pied- 
mont and areas Weirt of the Blue 
Ridge Mwntains differ somewhat 
from tix^e recunsinided for 
Ei^em Vir^nia end Swithem 
PiectaMik. 
SMd MIxturae Per Partial Shade 

KHitucky 31 taU fescue 70% 

Merion Kentuclty bluegrass 15% 
Coimnon Kentucky bluegrass 15% 

Seedii^ rate: 4 to 5 llw. per 
1,000 aq. ft. 
Kentocky 31 taB fescue ....100% 

Seeding , rate: 4 to 5 Hb. per 
1,000 sq. ft. 

For Haavy Shade 
Merion Kentucky 

UuegrasB 15-20% 

Comm(m Kentucky 

bluegrass 15-20% 

Creeling Red Fescue OPerai- 

hwn, niahee, Trinity, or 

CommMi Creeping Red 5S-65% 
Redtop 0- 5% 

Seeding rate: 2i4 to 3 »». per 

1,000 sq. ft. 
Kentucky 31 tall fescue .100% 

Seeding ra^: 4 to 5 lbs. per 

1,000 sq. ft. 
FERTILIZER PROGRAM 

In onier to grow grass suc- 
cessfu% ih i^ded ar^s, suffici- 
ent fertilizer must be provided. 
Under mo4 ctmditions, 4 to 6 lbs. 
of nitrogen, 1^ to 3 lbs. of 
jAwphorous, and 1% to 3 H». of 
potassium per 1000 sq. ft. are 
needed each year. Pb^horous 
and pota^ can genosOly be ap- 
plied once annually. Soluble 
sources of nito^en must be ap- 
plied several times, but nitrogen 
with slow availab^ty can be ^ 
plied twice amually. For detailed 
infoniwtioo on a fertiliMr pro- 
gram consuk Circular 818, "Turf- 
grass Guide for Lawns arwi Other 
TUrf Areas", which is tfvailiAtle 
trtm our of^. 

WATERING 

Durii^ dry weather it is often 
necessary to water the grass un- 
d^ ^kade trees, l^e soil should 
be weU moistoied to a depth of 
at lea^ 6". Apply the water gent- 
ly so it will have an <^fl?<atunity 
to soak in. 

Renovation or ErtdilMiment 

iPieparati(Mi of the seed bed is 
essentially the same as for lawn 
aieas in full sun. Work the seed 
bedfto a <tepth of 6" and incor- 
porate lime and fertilizer as rec- 
(umnended below. If the existing 
soil is poor, the addition of good 
tt^soil 'Would be benefickd. Ap- 



S^ sif&^ Htoe to iRteg tfie 
pit of the aii to e J. 

Ilie f^owi^ mem^ <d ist- 
tfliaer are f«cen^ki«ded for ^- 
toUidiing Ipiaf to MW sr^s un- 
der tre^ or in renovsUng old 
areas: , 

A. If iMii^ f^tfllxo- oontainii^ 
readily ai«Uabte nitro^n ^ipiy 
50 M)s. of a 5-104 fertilizer per 
1000 sq. ft. or the equivaknt 
nutrients from otter tni^yses, 

OR 

B. If u^g a ^wly avaiM>te 
nitro^n fertOizer, su^ as urea 
fonmldehjKle apply 4 to 5 Ite. of 
actual nMrogen and 15 H)s. of a 
0-«)-15 fertilizer per 1000 sq. ft., 
or the equivalent pho^late and 
potash from <rther analyse. 

If the soi tests show (bat (be 
area to be seeded is kw in botii 
phosphorus and p<rta^, apply 
15 lbs. of a 0-30-15 fertilizer or 
the equivalent per 1000 sq. ft. in 
addition to that recommemled in 
A or B above. 

If the soil is low in pho^homs 
and high in potash, apply 25 lbs. 
of a 0-20^ or tlw equi^^ent per 
1000 sq. ft. in addttion to that 
recommended in A or B above. 

Other Aids for Improving 
Turf in the Shade 

1. Remove any trees ^at do not 
contribute to the overall tend- 
scape picture, or thM are cres^g 
more sb»le than is needed for 
enjoyment of the area. 

2. Where practical, prune limrtw 
to allow more sunli^ to reach 
the grass. 

3. Remove roots dose to the 
surface. This wiU cut down some 
of the cwnpetition between the 
grass aiKi tree roots for water and 
nutrieiits. 

4. Often the soil under trees 
becomes compact In snu^ areas 
it can be aen^ by usii% a spad- 
ing fork, whMe in Ittrge ^eas, it 
is best to use en aerij^er. 

SubsHtutiera For Oraaa 
Sometimes because of eirtreme- 
fy ^laded conditions, it Is dlffioilt 
to maintain a good turf. Tbe use 
of other t}^;>es of plant materiel 
is anotiMsr station. 



In the News 

WILLIAM T. SMITH 

OKlNAiWA (FHIfiO-fltorine 
Private First Class William T. 
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. 
Smitii of 74W Jeanne «., Vir- 
ginia Beadi, is serving with Ship- 
ping and Ite<»iving Ckmipeny, 
Headcpiaiters and Servi<% Battal- 
ion, Third Force Service Regi- 
ment, Third Marine IMvisi<»t at 
Camp Siddran, OkiMwa. 




Bwe soil invites trouble. With each nda 
you lose precious top soil by erosion, lc«a 
valuable plant foods by leaching. A 
Southern Statra Cover Crop guards your 
soil from these losses, keeps it fertile. Also 
gives better condition, added organie 
matter, added nitrogen (with Iegum«i)» 
-winter pasture. Plant a Soutbam States 
Cover Crop now I 



Cotif ied Gknson Ck>ver 
Domestic Orchard Grass 
Annual Rye Grass 
CeittfKd Moregrain Gate 
Citified Abruzzi Rye 



'$29.40 C!WT. 
$43.00 CWT. 
$10.00 CWT. 
$ 1.95 BU. 
$ 4.00 BU. 



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1234 WambMon Av«m 

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Virginia fea^ SUN^Nl^, 
thursday, Se^. 12, If^ 
Page 34 



State Gets 
Clean Bill 
Of Health 



Virginia has bees declared a 
sheep scabtes-frM state by die 
United States Depaftinrat of 
Agriculture. 

Two immediate advantages of 
this certification are tfiat it means 
unrestricted interstate movement 
of sheep and elimuiatos the 
threat oi economic loss from the 
xiisease. 

"This is the climax <rf a con- 
centrated eradication program 
which started early this year." 
announced State Veterinarian Dr. 
W. L. Bendix of the Viiginia 
Dei>artment of Agriculture. 

"This was achieved only 
thrcmgh the coordinated efforts 
of the Virginia Agricultural Ex- 
tension Service at VPI, the Vir- 
ginia Veterinarv Medteal Associ- 
ation, USDA, the sh«o industry 
in Virginia and tiie VDA," Dr. 
Bendix declarejl. 

In September oi last year it 
became obvicws that an eradica- 
tion program was essentia in 
Virginia. The State Det»rtment 
of Agriculture requested the ac- 
tive participation of the Exten- 
sion Service to cooperate in the 
planning and executkm of a pro- 
gram tiM?ged "Operatkm All«o." 

A trainuig and educational 
program was conducted during 
the month of Januarv. 

With the coooeratioo of flic 
Virginia Sheep Federatim ai^ 
the Extension Countv Livestock 
Committees, state-wide impec- 
tions b^an February 4. 

There were 178 part-time state 
and federal employees and 53 
county agents involved in the ini- 
tial inspection. A total of 242,- 
076 shcqj in 7,626 fkxfcs were 
inspected. Up<m reinst)ectipn, 30 
were found to be infected with 
sheep scirt)ies. 

Treatment and cwrec^ive 
measures were taken on all in- 
fected sheep flocks. 

Following a ccHnolete analvs^ 
and evaluation of "Ooeratkm 
Allgo" tfie program was declared 
a success. 

Sam McClure, sheen twoduco" 
of Augusta County »ld Presftfeat , 
of the Virginia Swep F^Jenrtkm, 
said, "This program can mean 
thousands of dollars to the Vir- 
ginia rijecp industry. All of us 
need to keep alert if we are to 
hold the ground we have gained. 
We must not let scapies get a 
foot-hold anywhere in the ^te 
again." 

McOure congratulat«i« all of 
the cooperative i^mc^ for die 
planning and exeeutkm of the , 
program. 

Dieldrin Gets 
Official Okay 

Recmt airveys have confimied 
tibe suc<%isful treatment of 2800 
acres to eradicate the White- 
fringed beetle fnun the areas 
f(Hind infested m the C«y of Nor- 
folk last year, it was amxmioed 
today by tbe ^Hrginia Depoitoieat 
of Agriculture. 

Roirtine checks «»chicted by 
the Department Inind no Hrfnto- 
tion of tbe beetie to (be area 
treated in i^rfidk earM^ (bis 
year, a spok^man sakL 

The Departn^nt onKhicts pest 
survey^ on a State'wMte baas as 
a continuing program. State En- 
tomolo^ C. R. Willey, today 
reported h^ Meat findinp to 
Commissioner Ridiard D. dNm- 
ney, and itoted (brt no beelte 
were found in tbe treated areas 
within tte Norfott Ctty linMts. 

In hk report WtDey said that, 
as was to be expected, surtneys 
made this surnm^ uncovered sev- 
eral isokted infestations oi^ide 
the treated area. Tbe rep(st 
showed four kolatod fii^i]^ of { 
tJM WhXe-fri]«ed beetle. 

The D^tartment te continuing 
to survey aispeoted areas, and 
ateo is continual to evabnte 
treatment methods. 

■Regular progress repoits "wffl 
be macte by (be VDA to (be pub- 
Ik on ils totd pognm en oep 
pest cmrtrol. 



Gillette 

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NBC-^fVY-TV (10) 
MMDAY Mini FRIDAY 




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(iS) — U^>« ij*vln 
tnM ( »— Awar« 31iMb« 
•:M (10)— ne B«st oi Srovcb* ' 

U3>— aHm 9. AMoad (toim 

0M ( »— 4Dr. WktMbnivi Staiwr** 
l«:tO ( a)— CM Jttmiiif Mam with 

Hike WalUot 
UW — tM* Wbau 

M:H aw— «fac nm 

MiW ( »<-4 Mf* £<a« 

«»» » ■■ . . Wi y Tour Botli 
M«« < 3>-«^ KeCm 

(10) — ConeaMrrtKA 

fl3>—Prl(» Is aidit 
WJO ( 3)— !?«• ft «a4n 

(10)— Hkrinx lAka 

lUFTIRHOON 

ISHiO ( 3)— LoT« of ttti 

(lOJ — Tour rtnt lBi|p«^l^ 
<m>— ITaU Br -I W * llMi ttM 

tf iM ( S)— CBS Hail* 

li:3A ( 8) — Seardi for Tnmttmw 
fHhMnmtk ar «MtMMB«H 

MM* ( a>— l&Od&c Uib* 

149 ( S)— «iMnd Al^Mdar Stow 

aaj — a«9ffi SMotM 

1:U (14)— ^taOcr 

tiMI < »— ^ I** W«I4 TlVM 

Uai—l^re a^M B(^ 
l:ie (101— Kews 
«:•» ( 3>— Awwwrd 

(10)— »»•*• wm 5Wk 

(13) — ^Ann HenaMm 
%M (10>— RW Svma 

2:64 (13) — Um ^<#»rd N«w» 
MMI f 8)— «» ?MI Ml* »Mii 



THINISMY EVENINS 

A:40 < SI — Seci«t Storm 

(10N..4M* llaMi Sum 
(13) — ¥rtflHaM«r 
4:gS 110) — ^BC Me«« 
A-.M ( 3»— £tav« XiMWW BooU 
(10)— dbriu Boon for Daddy 
(13»-^ MM«Krai » 
4:tS (13)-^UdBK MMufc O^ 
S:Oe ( 8) — Slawa *t m^e 

llO)~-^4PooMixA P»M^« CMb Ah07> 
ft:M ( U— «r, WUt^nrrt »«wrta 
6:Id ( p)— A4TWi««a la VvmSim 
&iW (10)— ^ek StMt McCMw 
Q;00 (lOt^^ewa M Kz 
«:0S (18) — mtnr Docvdta 

8:10 ( «>-^)««a BMI^ 

6:ia ( a>-.5r? ii«p«t« 
(IS) — imm coauMBe 
«:W ( tt— WtMhanMu 

«:W ( 3)— CM iMnw 

( l«)~H«M^lMiA^ Beport 



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(13)— mijr Orakun 
9:00 ( 9>— ^ZN Twitebt Zona 

(13)— aQr "BM* Swa 
9:30 (10)— Vte_UT^ Onaa 
(l»>-4Wtf#a KavF 
10:00 ( 3)— 4lia^ Mmaa 

(10) — tke Baal Weat 
(13) — ftamlere vMk 
11:00 ( 3) — nth Bmt Ftnal 
«m — g»»aa VelaaK ^ 
(13)— Xundu X 
11:10 ( 8 )— ^gTfc g 

(IS)— am %«af 

11:1S ( 3)-^UttlMr tporte ' 
11:30 ( 3)— KTwUMllffrt Baporta 

(l«J — tpwta 

(tS)— Tiia«Nr "nS" 
11:35 ( S>— aivftt mtm 



FRIDAY iVENING 



i 3>— ieewt SUffM 
(10)— The XaMi Owia 
(l«»— »anm«iee ' 

(10)— SBC mtw 

( 3) — Ivat^oa 

(10)— Malta Boom tor Paddy 

(13>— ttacowiy 

C1S>— lOeki* X«nae CbOi 

( 3)— Man ¥■ tin 

(10)— Movdfck P^w'a at* Abogr 

( m—fr, mMt^vm Kavorta 

t 33— iort^ e 

no)— «bW( CliiMr XeOrsv 
(10)— KMn fl Six 
(13)— 4bri7 Dottetta 
( 3>— teirta Ba^idn* 
( 8> — i^ ati^orter 
(18>— Am (MqbNMa , 
< 8) — 'WaaltMruMn 
( S) — 0M Mawi 
(lO)— VWtar-BriiftW Baiwirt 
(13>-^Mk Stnrt 
( 3)— lUMnaaaa fMO 
(ji*t— 1« Kaatiwaoo 
(13)— 4N>dM Arrow 
( 3)-rr>B#wWia 

410)^talMMMMd Kunrtim* 
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( f)— «oql« M 
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(IS)— r« SMmm Ba* ranrtai 
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(IM-^W»% «lrk 
(13)— WtaaM Strip 
!•;(» (1Q>«-M* IMar Shaw 

10 :M t 3)— Art«»il 

(13)— Starjr ar . . . 
11 M ( 8)— llUt fcar Muti 

tMNHnrran o-<}o<« Raaart 

11 19 ( 31— lltt mm INaiOter 
11:16 ( 3>— surra AMm Show 

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it:00 ( S)-^|kr fi^ 
iim—W. ina«d 

(U>— 4im Bmiiv 
13:80 ( 3)— VoettMi KMtoff 

nn--suhw»9 nrtpoi 

, ri8l — Maiirte Lao^ at Allak«ai« 
18:48 ( 8)— »CAA >ioott«U 
1:00 (10) — Saturd^ MaUiiM 

att~Mf niand flhAa 
1:30 (10)— Malor I^awiia Baa^ttU 

(IS) — ^Aavlaan BandiiMtfl 
2:9* (1A>— iribtisaai Slarlaa Tannta 

Cbamploiiahip 
8:30 (IS) — Brokm Arrow 
8:00 il3>— Saturday Xfrtlaaa 
8:80 flSi— To« Are Thara 
3:48 ( 3)— BaaatMll with OUs^ Deaa 
3:68 ( 8) — SMwdajr Oama ol ttia Week 
8:00 (13»— Satofdajr XaUaaa 

(13>— AsMHteaa CMt CUa^ 
4:30 ( 8)-^ort« niti 
4:80 (10>— V^Tld Seriaa ot Qidf 

(IS) — Afl. BtehUghta 
S:00 (10)— ^^P Star BowUiw 

(13>— Wide WorM of SporU 



EVENING 



8:00 ( S> — Tha CaUfor^ana 

(10)— AU Star Wrcatllnf 
SsS* ( S) — Contact 

(13) — (Petar Qaaa 
7:00 ( 3)— tPIayhauae 
(10)— Whtrl<»t>tnk 
(18) — Sea Hunt 
7:30 (3) — Luey-Desi Cktmedr Hour 
(10) — "Hie Uauteunt 
(13) — ealUDt Xm 
mm* i Si— Tha dafaadaaa 
(10)— Jo«r Bldii»> Show 
(13) — BeotMaBDy 
8:00 (10)— SMsBdajr Nlrht at tba Uvrtm 

US)— 4^wr«Bea Walk 
9:30 ( 8)— nava Gwi. Will 1'rwFal 
10.00 ( 3)— OuBimoke 

(13)— puit of tba Ve^ 
l«:4a V18)— «alM n>M %Mra 
11:00 ( 3)— ^Hawe 
(10)— Kewa 
(13)— Newa 
11:10 ( 3)— tracer 
(10) — ^Weathn- 
11:1S ( S)-^tperU 
(10) — Simla 
(18) — ^nwMre 13 
(10»— a^ MoTte 
1:00 (lOX— Newa 
1:10 (10) — AoMtit For Ta^^ 




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Movie Review 



SUNDAY 

MORNING 

1(88 ( 8)-fV^ (^aMdr thaataa 

(13) — ItAar VteiUf 
8:00 (18) — "&« Ghiiat4qriian 
.rt:i(& I iwi — Xomtaf Worahtv 
SiS* <18) — Sa<3<ed Heart 

(13>— Bour of St. FMtocta 
MW ( Vh-^Ff Qornm TtoM. 

(lA— 8WMk for l^dair 

{l$ff-4S^ ncture 
8.80 ( 8>— OHa to ¥ha Uti 
()«-S^dd af lyidh 

(IS) — Ganadr TliaM 
10 KM) ( 3 > - ^a^ XJnu> Xf JTaal 

(lot— Thia la The Akawar 

(ItN^mdar Thaatra 
10:30 ( SI— I^ook XJ» aod Utv 

un~«teM tikia Mr fMi 
U:W I »— Can«ra !^M 

(lM-^^*a aM Mwa 
nm» ( »-^i«wa lA WoraW* 

(10)— TteMe 

(131 — Oaeoreqr 



AFTERNOON 

l3:0O ( 3) — News and Woather 
(10) — Sunday Sho^neaaa 
(13)«^by** That a* 
13:1S ( 3)— Ipotliirtat on dporU 
12:30 ( 8) — Pmett 'Oie Nation 
(13) — Ha«ae Detecti^ 
1:M ( 3)— ^'n. Poottall 
l:m (ISV— i«i I>o<i^ai 
I m (10> — rnmtterB of Faith 
3:00 (10»**<«lttioiial !taal« 8in(;lea. 
4 «0 ( »)— Xovle 

(13) — have Stallion 
4:80 (10)— VdtM Series Id OtU 

(13)^ — Ton Are There 
8:00 (13)— Bdentx 9>ietkm !Rie^i« 
.8:30 ( S)vAnlie 

(iSy^BaHrinkto 
(IS)— #M« Ouna 



eVININO 

8iO* ( 8»<-4l0ai OMtnry 
(1#— Xaat Tha Praaa 

(1»— ^^boQie 13 
S:30 ( 3>— Mr Mii 

1 10) — Bajr Seberw 
7i88 ( 8) 'tawta 

(18) ilaalia OTteia 
Tt8« ( n—lflmit Tte 



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"55 Days At Peking" 

Samii<>1 RrrMisinn'« fnitki..mil. I dft feM# hioh an/l wuIa AtwMioh 



(13) — Jane WyiMI S>reMata 

(10) — Ortndl 

(13)— SDodi^ JM« XoTia 

t S)— Tha Batflpon 
(10) — Jfeaania 

( 8) — Ifrna ThaaWa 

( 3)— Candid Oaawm 
(10)— Show of tM Weak 

( 3)— whrt> Ur Um 
(13)— CTrooM Snmnnr 1963 8^ 
ciaT^Wa 

( S)— Baw 9DM0«t « 
(10)— Wnafcid Mewa 
(13)— Harry Bttnatl* 

tlOJ— Xo-Ne 

(i8>— waathar 

( S>— Xovla ' 

(18)— TbMUi 18 

flM) — Wow* 

(10) — Thougti Stor Today ,; 

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( 3)— A«aa We« 

(tO)~<Jlate Baoai 

(IS) — OiabovMy 

(13)— Mh^car Xouae CSak 

( 8)— Mewa at Tiva— tor Shooaa 

(10»— 4i*«rffx* P^MXrawh AlK9 

( S) — ^Br, Whltehnrat B^rta 

( 8 ) ftan oa 

( U)— tetak Btsw XcOnw 

(M»*-itMl at Kx 

riSl— fearar fl^tetta 

( 3)— SihHip ftMindiw— Mff Dane 

( 3)— TV a^toriar — l^Vmnm Wat- 

(is: 
( 8 

( 3)— CM Sawa 
( 10)— #iiatlfr-MaUt|r 
(13)-^r Iwt 
(tt^^M Una 
C 

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( 3) — To TWl The Truth 

(10) — XoBdar Mirht at the ICoTiee 

(13) — Kll7 Qj-^iyn 

( 3)-4*T«« Qot 4 Saeiit 



■crtMrta 




( 3)-Ty«i<k Mmm ■ VtM SUvm» 

C<HneV apM^ln 
(13)— wii^Sflf Siipaentd *0 Bor- 

ai^' 
(lO)-^^ri lioklaUar Wum 

(10)^^|[ Mnltlv'a 'oursd 

,13)— r^^ — 

( 3 
(10) 

( 3)— nth Hour Vtaal 
(lOH- 4B«*«a O'OiaA mm ri 
(l8>-^eaw 

( Sk^taMl 4l]£0 Show 
(iel-«Waaher 

( 31— Br. WUlahurit Baporta 
(10)— ^Mta 
(13)— lliaMra 13 
( 3}— Sovlc n«a 
(10)-»^aMA>t Mow 



4M ( 3)— «ei^ Mi^i 

( 10>— Th« ValA Vaina 
(13)— »air 

4» (m—vtc 

*m (lO>-^nrmt Dorctor 
F (10) Make Boom tor Datttr 
(13) — l^orwff 
4 ss aV'-tKm^tmm am 

»J0 ( 8)-*»*i « rtr t , %if 



Samuel Br(M)s(on's muki-mU- 
lion dcAlit pKoductkm of "55 
Days At Pelcing" set to open 
Wednesday at the Btaeh theatre 
with Cbarltm Heston, Av& Gmd- 
ner and I^vid Nivep starring,, m 
based on one of the most exciting 
stcvi^ of tiie century. Its mxt»s 
of incr^Ue valor and intatte 
raioticMi am pAay^ s^in^ the 
vast canvas of the Boxer Upris- 
ing in China during 1900 and are 
photograi^d in Super Tedini- 
rama Teehnicol(». 

Hestm plays a United Stades 

Marine Corps major statkM^ in 

the exotic and mysterious Inking 

of that era, and Miss Garcbier is 

1^ stranded Russian baroness he 

neets there. Niven is seen as the 

Mtish Amba^ador cfestin^ to 
cross both their paths. 

To give "55 Days At Pekii«" 
the authenticky and aanmar 
which have be^Mne a EaHmazk 
of Bronston's pnxluctions, the 
larKst motion picture set ever 
built w^ c»nstnicted sixteen 
miles mitside <rf Madrkl where 
the i^oducer h^(k]uaiters. Cov- 
ering 250 acres it was surrtxind- 
ed by the mammodi Taittf Wall 



The Treasury's Weekly Stamp 
Day plui, <XMipled witb cla»^ 
room s^ies la imMiey nwiage- 
laeat tot ydiii^ citi^m, ns of^ 
fer^ in thcwsands of schools 
duoughout die aation. U.S. liv- 
ings Stam|:» are also oa sale at 
poMo^ees. 



Acowdmg to a rec«rt Trea»- 
ury report, U.S. Savinp Stamps 
— *oug}rt mosdy by children — 
•re QQfW selling at tiie rate of ap- 
proximately $18 fflillkxi wo«th 
pes year. 



(10 

"6:06 ( 3) — Dr. 

B;10 ( 3) — ^Follow The Son 
6:30 (10) — Qoldi Draw UcQrmm 
6:00 (10) — Newi at Six 

till \ 1=^%^ 

. . (>#— Bw cSMriaa 
6:26 ( 31 — ^Weatherttao 
6:30 ( 3) — CBS News 

( 10)— «uat]«r- BrinUer 



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118) — M Bunt 

U(M— ^htlejr-ftiiikler fflMil 

( 8>— Xirle 3— "WUrtf^icoBda 



Orar Tokyo" 
Taa JohnaoB 



Speac9 Tmcr, 



(13) — Baakay 
8:W ( 8iN— lUiMl Ivonta 
• ( tnU—Mi^t ^^ 

(19— tt^ dn^ua 

(l5)— 01* PawaU Tbaatrs 
(IB) — DntondiAlea 
10:00 ( 3)— Soilywood: Tlie 9mm SUn 

10:30 (10) — Report From , . . ' 

(13) — I'ocua on AmMtea 

11:00 ( 8) — iia Bowf mm 

♦ W ) pw V*^tp^ 

(18)— r - 

11:10 ( 3)— Itth 

r, (13) — mH «nHr 

U:18 ( ay—at&n^ mm 

( l>f T^'aaitii 
11:30 ( 3)— Ih' -M^U^wat Baptrto 

(10) — to«4a 
11:38 ( a>— XoiA Una 

UM am ThMrtw a 

11188 awwiyni^, 



^mmhsday iMN^ 

4:M ( 3 ) g a er ai SliMi 

(10>— 4Ka IMA 

(13)— aSartiwijr 
4:S5 ( 10)— NBC Bawa 
4:30 ( 3)— ItewnM 8 

(10)— Xam aea« tar tNridjr 

(18)-^Maoo»«r ^^ 

4UM 11»-pXM^ YtNW «n|| 
8:00 ( 3) — ^Sewi ct Tin 

(10) — Poopdeek ftppgr'a (SM^ Ahoy 
6 06 ( 3) — W. Whitehunrt ~ 

6:10 ( dHH)t9Mr a«ri» 
8 .10, ( 10)— Out* DMw XcOnw 
8:80 (10)— Sawe at 8^ 
«:06 (la)-^HartT 09«¥«t« 
6:18 ( 3V-BMtto "MMidnp 
f:lS < 3>— W teyo^W 
(IS) — Km C«AM«e 
8:88 ( 8»— 1 

6:30 ( 3) — ent 

(10) — BMti^-M^iv smm*' 

(13)— iea Biwi ^^ 

7:80 ( 8)— KcwiaMritar 

(13) — i 

7:m ( 

iioy 

( 18) — ^Wa»oii 
8:W i in-'&im 
(18)—*^ ' 

9:80 ( ah^mm ^ 

(10) — Xeaft 1&M#T Thafln 
9:80 ( 3)— «Mt -nm ttFk* SWMt 

(181— <^ Mm mn ' 

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11:00 ( 

(181— J 
11:10 ( 3) — lit 

(13) — BlU 
11:15 ( 3>— Ste^^ahn Maw 

(IS) — Loa^ ^Rt^H^Ml i a i i^ a at a 
11:88 4 V-?#r' "VUiehdM %vaHa 

"naa 




--40 fe^ hwk and wide enm^^ 
on tt^ to mne four carriiM^ 
abreast. Refvoduosd were uie 
histork Temple of Heaven, |»1- 
ace of the eoipre^; the towermg 
Ohien Mien gate — |rfus 100 otfier 
full-sized buildings, including the 
11 legations in me intematKMiid 
compound. Hmn:^ the cky ran 
the Jade River wHh its pictur- 
esque bribes. Designers Veniero 
Ctolasanti and JtAn Moore, re- 
sponsible for the magnifk^nt set- 
4inK and cmtum» of Bnmstcm's 
"El Cid," performed the nune 
tasks on the new picture. 

Tlie Boxer Uprising which was 
climaxed by die Si«^ <rf Peking 
stunn^ the world wilh its baitmr- 
ism. Hontes of fanatics, bandits 
and killers calling themsei\%s 
"Fists of Ri^teousness," itKunwi 
the cwmtryside killing and tor- 
turing all foreigners, including 
missionaries and their native ccm- 
verts. 

They had the secret su^Jort oi 
the treacherous Empress Tzu 
Hsi. Opposed to pn»^ess in the 
time when id^s and invHitioiB 
were making giant strides, she 
planned to destroy all "foreign 
devils." While the empress "ne- 
gotiated" with the envoys of 1 1 
nations, the Boxers launched 
their murderous assault. Arrayed 
s^inst them were less than 500 
soldiers, marines and sailors as- 
signed to die varkxis kp^ns. 
The men, w(Mnen am! children 
trapped wiA them widiin the 
walled city henkally odured 55 
days of uiK^niiig attacks ami 
bombardment — iox die empr^s 
had thrown her own army into 
the fray. 

Seldom have ^ars such as H^- 
ton. Miss Gamer and Niven un- 
dergone more rigorous physical 
(kmands than tnose under die 
cmnmand of director Nicholas 
Ray. And tfiey were joined in 
their accomplistmients by co- 
stars Flora Rol»on, Jcrfm Ire- 
kund, Harry Andrews, L«> Genu, 
Robert Helpmann, Kurt Kasziur, 
Paul Lukas, Elizabedi Sellars, 
Ja^ues Semas and Jerome Tlror. 

Tne massive battle sc«ies vnere 
handled by filmdom's outstand- 
iitt action specialist, Andrew 
Muton, director ot second unH 
operations for the BnMUtm com- 
pany. He k famed tor bis woik 
on "The Longest Day," "Ben 
Hur" and also "Se^«n W<mdecs 
erf the Worid." Marton wmidiam 
"55 Days At Peking" his mcwt 
difficult yet most outstandti^ as- 
signment 

The task cf organinu dK en- 
tire productim went to fixeortive 
Associate mducer Michael 
Waszynski. Acactemy Award- 
winner Dimitri Tiomkin was en- 
g^ed by Bronstcm to ccxnpose 
die 'music, aiKl he "lived" with 
die picture dirmi^cMit its dKiot- 
ii^. Ontstandiiffi in bis score is 
"Tiie Pekini llieme" (&> Little 
Time) wfak£ Andy WUliams re- 
oirded. 

Another Academy Award* 
winner, ftilip Yor^, coUabo- 
rat«i (Ml 6m screei^tey ol "55 
Days At ^kiog" with Bernard 
Gordon. Photographing their 
skillful weave of intto^ diWDa 
and mammoth scen^ w» Jack 
Hildyard, Academy Awanl-^yia> 
ning cinemat(^rapher of "BrUi^ 
On The Riv^ Kwai" No (totaO 
was oMerl^isd in ite queit to 
perfectkm. 




Bill Dam Hen Sumhy 




Bill Itena, kno«« to millions of t^evisk>n fam as Jose 
Jimei^ will be a spaml guest Sundbty at 2 p.m. at the Virginia 
Beadi EUn Lxxlge Roetoo to be held sA the tt&^eg C% Rodeo 
Grouncb. This fanxMis entertainer got his ^taxta on d^ "^ve 
Allen Show" when he ctocided that a ^anub Sai^ CMs would 
say "Jo, Jo, Jo" instead of "Ho, Ho, Ho," and his ttx^^-twMii^ 
Jmc Jimei^ was bwn. He will ^ar in his own ibow oA NBC-TV 
this f^. 



Crossword 



AdKMN 

, I. Ummffried 

' 7. Slapharel 
12. Salad green 
li.lMtao 

lS.»S88fll« 

tiDi^w 

n.sm 

m Knowledge 
M. Saint: aWir. 
ii.Antfo- 
&UW1 slave 

^MO^'SSOB 

28.Snaz« 
^Bitter drug 
34. Married 

wxmitQ'stitli 
».Gre8tLd9 
3?.0edw« 
38.R«m oS , 
, ouick]^ 
> dsouf 
41. *^^ 

iarce 
44.Becaise 

action 




-48. 
80. 
$4. 

S6. 
5f. 
58. 
59. 



Musical 

ftult 

B«ad) 

Split 

Dog 

Tenant 

Detests 



m^ 



jfjrjaan aasiaiu 

atmimn BdomaB 
Havana ujuaaan 

aa Uuca 
iiiJQ auu fejoaaa 

ya^aa zaj^ cam 



note 60. Chemical 

DOWN 

1. Untidy state 

2. One opposed 

3. Image 

4. Canal em- ■ 
bankisents 

5. Occurrence 

6. Bird's home 

7. Slackens 
inspMd 

8.Motiiar 

orlHtA 

S.Maeaw 

10. Notch 

11, Leafy plant . 
14. Number 

21. Not late 

22. Before 

23. Owns 

24. H^: musk; 
25.£xi^qctbM. 



^, Printer's 



29. VppBc Vmh, 

30, Large tart 
81. Japanese 

com 
33. Greek let^ 
35. CkmtineaU 

abfar. y 
38.Wm8^ 
40.'rreef 
43.C^ 

es:avatioiai 
45. Used up 
46.Baglik8part 
47. State ^ 
48.Siclliaa 

volcano 
SO. Land 

measure 
61. Tardy 
52. Alwayi 
(^.Indian 

weights 
55. ^luU island 



fa^ B Tom Dorr 



H««S,«JNfeaiAL^ A 
S^M^<LINS 
C0NVBRSATK3NNJST. 






Tw^lMtaiN-anto To $mp»m Yjou 

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FRENCH FRIES '- 




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No Rwofvstlani 
Hmmutf 

OP»f fiABLY 
1 P.M.. 10 P.M. 




mGMi42a^^ 

lUewate's OUert (1^ leal-LMd MfiHiqmrtan ftx lieH^oas SeafotM 

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BEACH 



TODAY, FM. & MT 
SfrT. 12-14 

THEMMN 
ATnMCTIOR 

Pat Bowne 
Nancy Kwan 

Foaturasi 2, 4, 6, t, 10 

^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 

SUN., mmmM & um. 
$wn. 11-17 

filDfiET 60^ 

James DarreJl 
Cjn^ Carol 

r^MNii a, ^ 6p t, 10 

WE^ imnn^ FIU« SAT. 

mr, is-21 

55 m% AT 



Chfl'l+f-vn Heston 
R«aturM»^ «9, 7,M fsM 



BAYN 

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FRIDAY A SATURDAY 
Sgn. 1»-14 

13 FRIGHTENED 



JBST FM FUN 



SUNDAY. HpHOKt 

Sm. lf-16 

DOWUFIATUH 

WLLOFTHE 

STONE WOMEN 
I 

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nJH., ||A> 8 THURS, 
»^. 17-19 
DOWUppATUM p 

PLEI^,|i|TNO 
& 
POUCE NURSE 



m 



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Mmh Canur, 



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StMdMtd 

■m Minm Jdoka greati 
B«HiSaItd 

.. In«: 

1 am vtttbeMUk 

w«li I 

2 e»n (1 lb.) cut grma 



Set«& 

ConUMt 

! top asbd «a 

^'H ««p Ttsfffsr 




New FiMluei x^ewi 
Ton will And a saw nslm 
v^itenar and fabric brtejitantr 
on tha maxlEat It may ia vM. 
in tha waahinff maehina as inU 
•1 bf iMnd. A rattovos wMta- 
iMM to "jrallowad" and dingr 
lingaria. ffajr alao ba naad to* 
whltaa "grayad" cottooi aiui 



. pravanl Mial wool p*ds 

i mitint ilaca tham aftar 

«?Af7 naa ia • bakfatf Mda aolii- 
tion. 

BoOTB • ■torinf eriap ngt> 
tablaa. aoA m Tattuea. ealaiy 
Md p«nla!r, trim off brolaad 
vmgWtm and dr*iii «xeo«a 
jBolMan. Stortliiariapar. Waah 
fBid d*7 vifatiblaa with aUaa, 
««ch M tonatoaa and poppira 
bef on ttoiinc in eriapar. 

■Uw It Towioif UaOk 

In tlM LUNCH BOX SUC- 
dffBOH eoliwn vkieh «p- 



NleotlMStdH 
If yoa find h impoaalbla to 
ramorra nleotiae atains from 
ywa hands tty uiag a Mlution ' 
of S tahleapooiiB of cihIoriBal 
bleach to a qoart of warn w»« 
tar. Soak yoor handh In th« 
adiatiaa for a faw ntMtMntfc 
Waah hands with hot svda. T» 
Tomova an/ lintartug odor 
from Tovr battda, riMo in wa* 
tar eontaininf a ttttia vtaHnv 
or lanoa Juiea, 

Torn Far lb* AdiB(.*» 

. Tha fdUowfng booklet la avaiU' 
aUa ff«a of eharta bf imanc » 
card with tha nama of tba book* 
let and your addraia to: BotiM- 
hold Rint»'RF:TS, Clorox Bo- 

»a of Blaaehiag Inf ormatioB. 
^,. jMfed ATipw. Oaklaitd Z 
Oallf orAla. i 

HOUSEHOLD HELPS . . . 
ffiata and aanaatioiui an sdlri, 
in many ofthoia hoaatfiold; 
daanlng prohlona. Qpaeiid at>: 
tantlon on raaunrlnff atobboml 
Btaim, elaanlnc of Miditoemal 
and kitchana, and (Mu tb*' 



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WASHINGTON 



A naticmal 



prSgFAm to further strengdien 
the Po«t Office Department's 
merit promotimi 'program for its 
585,000 employees—indtading the 
104,000 in minozity groupa— was 
annoiaiABd iofhqr by Antidg Fbat- 
nuater General Sidney W. Bishop. 
Mr. Siahep nid that the De- 
paitDMNrt iviU oondoot duriog Che 
pertod of Sept. 11 to Oct. 11 
thready "PnunotioD Adviaory 
BMVd liming Sanrinm" ^ 
pot <Mce mpsnmm Cran IM 
cities acFosi tbt nMm the pro* 
gram Is dJeidgMd lo pwvl^ per- 
sonnel of Froffloti<m AAvkmy 
Board Training Sendnars" for 
post office superviaors from 102 
cities across the natioo. Tbe pro- 
gnun is desiffoed to provide per- 
sonnel of PromoticHi Adviaory 
Boards in ttnae dties with mdre 
know^w In adeotion and ad- 

irork, 

Tte iMBinws nlitii^ wll be 
emSMM to 1:2 ^ku mi ^tmw 
^&i pMU Mm^ Ami n^m 
p«t iMem te IMr ««» wM:fei 
wtt Mri frm «K to 1^ opo^ 

Ite 12 d^i ai« AHmIi, ^n^ 
mat tmk Sq^. IMI; Beaton, 
^pC. le-M; Chksa^, Oct 0-11; 
Oudtettitt, (M.4-11; IMta, S^ 
^25; Omvet, B^. M tfiroi^ 
det 2; Mettvfete, S^ 16>1$; 
F^Md^^ Oct. 24; &B V^W- 
(^ia>, <kt 24; ^^ti^ Oot. 7^; 
1^. L(nus, Sept 23-25; WaAing- 
ton, D. C, Sept IMS. 



Improved 1964 Chevrolet Trucks 






«r, aton wmMmfMti mlM, 

kuf baan iMr t iagd te fS 

t. Tha new MM mm^m 



far jpiat ar, 

siMaapowar fram m» «■■« mw^ * ■■ .■ ^^BB«Tftwne« 
tm^ liaa alao laeerporatea all tha M^or clHiHi% 
•MiAo, and bady adraacaa aada aMtor a. 
f*a*yaat program which began with Ml aMMk 



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Letteriieads - Envtil^i - Statemente 
Bunme!^ Outis - WeM u^ .^cttduM^meiits 
firochures - Biimi^s Forms 
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lai^Jii Mi 2^ di^ M Am- 

ZAI«DRA I. RBON CRAiriBAll. 

FlaintiA 
aga inst 

GRANTHAM. Defendant. 
OR0ER Of mlBLteATlON 

The object of this auit ia to ob- 
tain a divorce from bed and 
board later to be merged into a 
decree of divorce a vinculo ma- 
trimonii from tbe aaid defendai^ 
upon (be grounds of oonstruetive 
desntion and Actual desertion. 

And an affidavit having be«i 
EM^ s^ flM ttil ttK AliSS^KKt 
te a fl» wamat of ttl S^ «f 
^^^^ ^ taA kmnm pMt ci- 
tee Mdiw b^g:MJWBPS WO 
^D) loo Plai^ Avenae. fVlB- 
MA, Maaawteiae^ 

It to OTieiwd ttift he ^ ^pear 
tM« n^lUn tai (ICO days afttf 
Att j^faKupete tmexd, and (to 
iHat itty tte neceaaary to protect 
bte Moat in thto ii^ 
A«w— TaalK 
.TONN V. l^n'MSS. Oerk. 
BY: tory It IWiite, D.C. 

Kra^ mmag 

8-2»4TH 



vMMiMnM^M of WrpnMf In fha 
OmVt ONlea of Hia Ciraiil 
toifft e« Nm CHy <rf Virghila 
taarfiy «i Nm Mth day of Avgh 

AimR MASIE RILSV, iPiaiiitiff, 



LAfmMNOE R. RILGV, 

Defendairt. 
OKDit or PUBLICATION 

Hie dbj^ of tbte suM is to db- 
tate a ^^ne s Itoua et thoro 
to be Ms inm^^ teto a divorce 
a vinsido ffiaft^DMrnii, from the 
add Mn&fflit niNtt te grounds 
rf daaofttan . 

A^ ttt afMant having been 
m^ nd ffled ttat ^ defendant 
il a mD-teM^ft ^ the State of 
Vb^ota, <l» tat known address 
beibg: ffea^^art^rs ^Malion, 
&M1 Tom. TerafdiM^ APO 971, 
San ntneiss), dfitomk, it ^ 
(Wter^ tet te ^ ifpear here 
wWUn toi (1(^ A^ after due 
]^^9BM(ffl bereof, and do what 
may be i^cessary to protect his 
inters in tMs suM. 
A copy— Tasla: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk, 
'BY: Mary M. WMte, D. C. 
Bryd^ & Bn^les, p.q. 
1M9 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virguiia 

WHTH 




AIMNCXJNCEA\ENTS 



10 Spwaal Noticoa 



IM^mi FOLK^STYLE BANJO 
QoaU^d ti^r with i»ofas<Haii 
badsgrouiMi will te«^ you to 
play the tnditional 5 strijig 
banjo. Moiutain« Folk arid 
Biaegnua styl^ taugbt ^o 
FoUi €tfUff. ^&«108. 



We have re(%iwed InquiilM 
torn linulies wantii^ removds 
hom. churdi and Uaeif cen»- 
tei^ fw va-intezsient u o«r 
SMKlera tttemorkd PsA nh&t% 
^isy would have Peipetaud Care. 

tltts c«n be doi» and we wM 
be 0ad.%» mOfeaU with ai^ 
tmsSsf ^^ring this so^ioe. 

Sunply csdl 340^)70. 

A^ for Mr. WiUlm^. 
PriiK^as Amu Manorial I^aric tt 
L(»ek>n fokige 



mH^i xmo (xmBSE — wa- 
ottwiaM fiad. eii^ «im ^ 

.H<^ae rt^ .Awiie. <M JU 

i^ w mum^ CO*. 

idaia ^sla^ 



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AtiAmft-i^wjmtt BBivi 

AWAm »iC. — We will <i|. 
U^ your car to or fma i^ 
e^. Bdui/^ drives. CM 6»* 
MM. * . 



\^^te toarfi SUN-N^A^, Thursday, S^^ib«r 1 2^ 1 96a 




IMMEDIATE ACTION 



f 4V4 il 



^MOTIVE 



-3Mtaa For S^ 



Itt&vucmx— 1957 two^toiv MM- 
top. Badio, heMir, ponii Mmn 
iniE. power bnke* i^ powe i 
wiadswa. la exceOMi tim^ 
tteo. Mttat ba aeen to ^.ngfo- 
eiated. iPrloed for qtMc aria al 
|«00. CUl GAS^40L 



oamop soaan. i^^w imhi 
GA»-7804. «SOa 



IMS tmtm^ smm mttgm, 

V8 KUt^woatk: tnutamssion. On- 
1^ ftJPoi^ oOas. Gi^iud owa- 
m. $im, GA»ai70. 



ZAvmiviVj^bMi Wtf SMa 



SCOOTESl— 1960 LanlK«ttiW 3100 
mOes. GooA adnM iiMia|i(tfti 
tioe. One clari^ |15. GA8- 
7246. 



aft Ai^liaitca^^r^pi 



VMXm CUSAN£BS-41oover. 
&jiN and 8»^oe. l^nq^ ef- 
ftdmit repain. Pick up and 
fllHir. Phone 6A842£2. 
liuS t%M & Bonding Sup- 
bie. 



Tmifar-i 



wm^wmr 



40 Help Want<i4-Panial« 



BABY Sl'lTEH — In my home 
wUla OMtber wa%s. PIknm 
42&6313. 



BEAUTY OPERATORS — Ex 
per%nced, worlced a^ least 2 
years. EjH»llent working con- 
ditiom and pay. Write Box 111 
care of Virginia B^ch Sun- 

NjBWS. 



42 Help Wantad-Mala or Fotnalo 

AiN OPPORTONITY — Age over 
30. Willing to work and learn 
to 8^ an sdjsolute necessity. 
Full trainii^ given. For idter- 
view cafl Mr. WiHiams 340- 
60TO or d«>^16 after 5 pm 



TAILOR OR SEA»E5IieESS-Ex- 
perienced on moi's alterations. 
Mr. BalitzW, 341-1813. 



43 Position Wanted — Fomal* 



LIVESTCXTK-PETS 



71 Honos— Caftia, Etc. 



HOEffiES— Saddle and draft. To 
to^ until May or June. No 
etap^. Y^ fiiniiah feed. We 
ivaiMi horses. For fur&er in- 

• fonni^Qp, call Frontier City. 
GA 8-9181. 

A\ERCHANDISE 



90 Articioa For Salo 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— $22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts. With Idttr Mites 
(100 feet), set in e^^tto. 
Phone GA 8-4222. FiW, Feed 
& Building Supply, file. 



BOWLING BAIX — Brunswick 
'IBlack Beauty" 15 pcMAd 
Inand new, has not b^n drilldi.' 
Lifetime ginrant^, Deluxe ba^ 
white with black trim. Cost new 
$45, sell both $30. GA 8-7268 
before 9 ajn. or 5 to 6 p.m. 



MASSAGE MACHINE — ColAh- 
type, like new, $75. Phone be- 
fore 9 aai. or after 6 pjn. 
GA 8^580. 



93 Heuaohold Goods 



APPLIANCES— 'Bargaiis hi ^id 
used refidgeratora,, fre^ers, 
ranges, vraAii^ madiines, (by- 
ers. Terms to suit. I&tz Biizaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. QA 
8-7088. 



FHmuture of all kinds u^^Mersd 
aiMl refinijhed. Free ertmoatra, 
x<^8on^le prices. AtitooM>ile 
s^t covers, toje, and headlin- 
ers aU cuMcun nndeaid MMd. 
Hilltop Upbolstsiing Co.. 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phme 
^8-1707. We buy and Mil new 
mi ^u^ ftirniture. 



FURNITURE— Blattreas and 
ipring^ boekik ikmta, <Aairs, 
tjd^ <^aite. M niy raawo- 
M^. Ifixtz Bazaar at Ottana. 
CH>en9to0. GA 8-7088. 



HEAim — Uaed, eMctric, hot- 
wato-. W gdkms, 2 ^ais old, 

m. i%one ^smi. 



RUGS— tol2 Un^im f<M- evey 
roan in the house. HM rash 
awl carry (no d^ikfs). Walsh 
JlimifnTt. im&^Mac 



■wpHi«HHiii^Mfl|prtp«iW^pWMpmPH 



H Lawn^NM fw^fca 



TC^ ^Oj — 1^ nde. hatred 
zMT of I^Un piemnt Store 
acit3^ Amft RttcHss Anne 
Plea. W. T.OiA^ CaH 428- 
1657. 



R&4TAL REAL STATE 



1V1 nmrnn ^nHicNrt BMrd 



■^■h 



£^£3^ HCK^SE MO^flL — 16th 
and <^;«mft:t>nt. Roodmi wiOi 
and without bs^, 110 and' 
$m50 we^. ConfozMdy 
fuMMwd. OAC-^l. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Aparfmontt Fumithod 



Funii^i^ i>nd un^mushed om 
to 4 bedrocNn tem^ and apart 
DMnts. Short term or yeioiy. 
Anchor R^itty. Call GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



2 nicdy furnished ^>artmei^ 
9S& a month. Excdlent central 
location. 2 mid 3 l>edrooms. 
Livmg room, ^i^ian blinds, 
el^^trie kitten. MA S^726. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



Nice ^lee^^ toam tor rent to 
^ofy miting l«ly. For ftir- 
tlKr ittfMmatkn caH GA 8-7704 
eAex 6 pjn. 



M ntoe Wfeigiaw r h ood. Twfai beds, 
private bath, air-oHKlMtoned. 
Box 112. Sun-News. 



16» l^ems With Board 



to feiiA to i«&ied My a nice 
piMeait room w^ use of kitch- 
en. ,<^ 428-56». 



110 A par tnwn ta Ito^mlshod 



OCEAN ARMS, 425 2Mi ^^EET 
— Ab'-ctmMlftioned, 2 bedrooms, 
irat^ Included. $115 per 
month. Oniy 2 unite left Call 
MA 7-8009. 



22nd St., 416— Upper rear apart- 
ment. Bedroom, bath, living 
room-dtaung room c«niui»tion, 
kitchen, eleotric stove, refrtg- 
erator, hot water heater. Water 
furnished. CalGA 8-2724. 



2 S-room apartments, Duplex 115 
70ft Stre^. From September 3 
til June 1. Centralized heat and 
water furnished. A. H. Richand- 
son, Dinvnddy. Va. 



Ill Apartmonts Fumiriwd 



FOLLY RANCH, 1400-17th St, 
ctean, modem rooms, effici- 
endes. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
n^enta. Reasonable weekly, 
m(mthly, or^MBoal ralM. 



ATTENTION SCHOOL TEACH- 
ERS— Available 26th of August 
to June 15, 1964, completely 
f umisdied 1 and 2 bedroom du- 
plex. Heat and water fumidied. 
7 blocks ftom high school. $90 
and $137.60 monthly. Tyn^ 
Realty. GA88911 or GA 
8-7453. 



RUDfiE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedroom effkkndes cotn- 
^etely fumi^ied. ITeekly, 
moi^ily. "We can fumi^ ev- 
erything but food." ^ month- 
ly minimum. GAII«)50^ GA 
8-9701. 



NORTH VmSSmA BtACH — 
One bedroom apartment. Av&il- 
ahle ^1^. 15. PrefCT smgle oc- 
cupant. GA 8-9190 evenings. 



30TH STREET, 307— WeeMy or 
montlily, fuMy furnished mod- 
em 4 room apartment. Phone 
GA 84585. 



Oairiai Court Motel Apartments, 
i^ldth Street Efficiency 
i^ttlments. All utilities fur- 
ni^d. Also, 4-room apart- 
meak od furnished rooms. 
Block from. Bus Station. By 
week er montt. 



22ND ST., 210—1 and 2 bedroom 
fumaiwd apartments. Yearly 
aiMi s^HO^ natal. 



30TH STR8ST. Sl7— 2 and 4 
rooioa Witt baih and ^low^. 
Heat, fiot aid tm& water fum- 
ish«l. CaU GA8-1M0. 



CLASSIFIED l^>LAY 



INSTRUCTK>NS 

' '" • 1 "t- • l' 



Virginia M. T^rler 
Private instrucHiNi 
Organ and ^m 

tayiake PinM 



02^ro STRICT, 114 — Winter 
rates or year round. 3 bed- 
rooms, well helped, atbadlve, 
first floor, fenced-h) yard. GA 
8-2712 or GA 8-1853. 



1 and 2 Bedroom «4)artanents. By 
moi^h <a year round. Om 
block from ocean. Mao rooms 
by uKHith. Reasonable. CaM GA 
8-9668. 



117 Wantod To KoiH ^ 

We need 2, 3 and 4 bedraMn 
hom^ aiMl ^wrtments. Two of- 
fices witih 4 full time raM 
agei^ to SQ-ve ymi. C^ Mr& 
Olah stthe 

NEW BE.-^CH Off«:E 

42&4110. nights 428^13 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

124 Hou»oa For Salo 

BAY COLONY— Lovely 3 bed- 
room, 2 bath home on 100' x 
190' corner lot. Brick vaieer, 
oil heat, one bedroom air-con- 
ditioned, bnn^diate po^essian. 
Finaircing available. Owner. 
Call GA 8-2401 days wd GA 
8^^1 after 5:30 pjn. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. 
Furhiflbed a n.d unfurnished. 
Monthly and yearly rentals. 
Cooper R«dty, 2I0S 19th Stre^ 
Office 428-1330, ni^ts 428 
6833. 



Located ia the l»art of the beach. 
ReasonaiUe, yearly. GA 8-6713. 



3 rooms and ba^, furnished, best 
section . . . RENT FRESE for 
IHOteoting property (not bua- 
ness) in owner's absence frran 
tost part of Sep(«nber to end 
of May. Qu^ rehable couf^, 
not in service, wife unem- 
ployed, two adults, iK> chikhen, 
no pets. Write details stating 
age, employment and refer- 
ences to Box 110, c/o Vir^a 
Beach Sun-News. 



1 Bedroom, living room, kitchen 
and bath. Conveniently located. 
Yearly rented. GA 8-1572. 



C^vx i^age apartment, well 
furnished, ideal for two. 44ith 
near beadi. October ttirough 
May or yearly. Dial HO 4^11. 



1-2-3 room apaitoarat% $7M100 
oMnth. XMlities ^indsUc^. Sun 
Tide M<^. Dial 428-1740. ^ 

114 Housot For Rant 

1306 BALTIC AVE— 1 Bedroom 
with aH utflities furnisl»d in- 
cluding use of aut(»i»^ wash- 
er. Yearly rei^al. $90 per 
month. GA&4623. 



Newfy decorated beach h<»ne, 
sleeps nine comfoitaUy, $27.50 
we^y. Call or write lIrs..John 
£. Martifa, Jr., 122 Park Rd., 
Suffolk, Va. 53M07I. 



115 Houaoa— Fumiahad 

Small Cottage, fumisl»d yearly. 
Apply 429 20th Stre^ or caU 
4284204. 



SmlA ftimished cottage — $50. 
Larger <»ttage-^60 a nM}nth. 
Service couple or working man. 
Available now. CaU 3406329. 



Home by the seA. Charmii^ 
beach cottage. Completely fur- 
nished. Comfortable all year 
living. Four bedrooms. Two 
haths. Available now. 4^1870. 



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The Mixing Bowl 

IT'S 3U TO COOK 

■y LUGILE CLARK 
SUN-NSWS POOD EDITOR 



1 



So <MiCite in ftavor, so creamy- 
M tei^re, is this clMKoIate 
to tteexe that you <»n 
iae it M a filling as well as a 
AfipS' lor <ates. It's deUdotis on 
pi» liters wh^lhM* they are 
MtAi by your own recipe, from 
i Aite mix, or Ixn^t from the 
mn. Vm tliis frMttng 9t <»i<x, 
tf ft«ne it to ti« fi^re wti^i 
^ wurt a todous cake topper 
to a hurry, ft's tte type of frost- 
ing Ant y^ to debonair swirling 
for ctecanAive effect, and it's easy 
# VK^ wMib nots or OKionut. 

Crtamy Sanl Swvcf Frocting 
1 S-^. packa^ <1 cup) semi- 
tweet (Aood^ morsels 
% cup tmUk^ «r m«rgarine 
cup evBfxiiiated milk 
(eaifwon vaniUa 
Jiff (7% OES.) mar^lMnanow 
enmm 
WM ama-swefA d^eoMe mar- 
and Ixitter ovw hot (not b<^- 
sn0 vUat; bhnd well. {Remove 
teom ^mL GrsA^uMy add eva^wr- 
aied ailk, rtirring until snooth. 
t«t 00^ to room iemper^MTe. 
AM t^titaaaSmf cream & beat 
8^1 i^Mioth. n d^red, vary fUl- 
itt 1^ iMklii^ nuts <x co&mit 

Yttid: imi^ and frostiiig for 
tiro 8 M- MaA cdffi lay^s or 
frnrtiiv to 24 oa^iton cupcakes. 
To Vtei&iK Ttam into £re«5er 
anertuMr, msi. Wmt ready to 
JM, irt fti^l^ rtand «t raoin 
j i mw w lma untfl aoft raou^ to 
H^rnA, ii iw uiihiilely 1 brar. 

'^^ iravM be m^ify idee in 

^ feinA4>ac, too. 

. Vi^ite^ mB kmwn and to^d 

^ ^m k$mi iB^ans (tf !lfou(» 

^M b^»i9 tfae diseov^y <rf 



was aipposed to evert the EvU 
Eye. 



ROSEMARY REMEMBRANCE 

'There's rosemary, thsrt's to 
remembi^tKe . . ." said Shake- 
speare. Because of this belief, 
rosemary became tl» enrt)il^n of 
fidel% tat lov^s. Everyone will 
rwi^nber, too, a le^of iamb or 
roast diicken \i@ski^ with Tost- 
mary butter. <Use^iM}out % tea- 
spoon rosemary i6 ^ cup butter 
or margariiK. 



PEPPY SHRIMP 

Add 1 teai|)oon nuxed pickling 
spices to the codcing water for a 
pound of shrimp. Sauces may be 
tM in cheesecloth for ^lay re- 
moval. 




«tNtCH» OF CCMMmCE" 

CM te Huma^b of variettoa of 
canfticte, tt » Hw Vwulk {danif^a 
yMA tt oftn retort to as 'itae 
fndUi of fWnBMTBe.'* 



For extra good flavor add Vt 
teaspoon celery salt witii other 
feasonings to 2 cups canned 
tonato^. 



Cinnamon w:sa one of tbe 
fragrant ingredi^^ of tiie pre- 
ck>us oinpbneirt which iM(»es uaed 
in anomting prieats and aacred 
vessds of the Tid}emacte. 



SPICE HISTORY 

Even though Mag^an and 
nwat of bk mean died in that first 
round-tbe-worM v<^ai^ and only 
one of hk four aii^ returned 
H^oM, tbe vdue <rf die 9pK»8 
tetx^ to Spain by the '^nc- 

toria" exoee^l ^ eo^ of the 
@Epedtti«i by 1^ p<Minds. llie 
cargo <»iwMed of doves, <^na- 
mon, mrtmeg, mace mA tawtait 
irood. 



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MUlXE^mr 

Ife nate a dM^M' „ 

tm^a CB^ add a ftv tiribto- 
^OOH ^wff iy f^qppwj wte and 
% (Miqp^n ^ve vi^Da cstrMt 
to tte ^ettMi te^^ befcwe.toss- 
ii9 tt «na o^nte. i 



Mffe axe ^im mtere^ng cUita 
llfii ^ Aawrican Bsk» Tracte 

MM^ s>icES usm 

Ttw «Hami^<Mi of s^ces in 
4k UJSA. lus readied tts high- 
Mt jpmnt in MHiay, affording to 
fte ^tad(^l|itee Itade Aan. 
fti Un «e canaMaed 208,008,000 
iOMite M ijiimit an av^age of 
t$B.ieS,000 Ani^ ttie late 40's. 



emoBii cimAM 

AM Jnit a M of ^XMU^ ^g^ 
^- % i^^Mxm pa- half ci^ <rf 
fe«^ ^^m — to tte wh^>ed 
^nina to be served on bi^ma, 
tme^^^ fa itaAtzb |iie. 



t«RBED OMELET 

SowMed eflp ^ omdets are 
1^s» m0oA tf wsmmeA wtth a 
mivrii <tf paMxy snamh^. .^Id 
t^ipMm pwMry a^ismung to 
tm m^M tKrtta* in whk^ 4 or 
I i^^i«n be fsQ^BBL 



6AUANT BASIL 

Satf wlAe growing, rel^sn 
ito ddMtos w&esA if bni^^ 
a^init <Hm» K was said that it 
ms^A 1mA iUe if touched by 
JB teir teify. 



MITCH SNAP BEANS 
A W^mfg p^er is v&y likely 
to ^compui^ «m <ud^ of green 
i in a iMdi i«^uraM. Eadi 
^ veptd^de- 
ae^wung green 
in the kMdiai, add Va tea- 
ipftm pom^ nutn^g per pound 




Sweet marj<»ain nm wed by 
hnfh the Greeto «m1 ttie fioooiui 
>rm the ^wns worn by 
iui/py young o^les. 



PEFMR USE 
W^m, It, ttie tadt^vd bebe- 
^ feM ^aC«p MK^ pepper 
Ml ^% 'm teas ttm 20 yesmi. 

^^MKM HILL 

.> anol^ ana te <te heasi 

ai ijUDdoo is ata ^Ari *^ttmi 

!l!n" fram <Sw di^v taig ii^ 

iffron onoHea vere 



,«M ^ At butaf Itat 



REMOVE 
WARTS! 




Dpeton warn iw£i4r « aeHildi^ 
lag a* mirta nay qaliae fateedfa^ 
^MiHnj. N<m ttiaxbiK &«»- 
moad w* paa^atw irto wart^ 
^f^i^» thrar edlh ac^iaDy mdti 
mfta «Kray widtoat euttii^ or 
banua«. PainleM, coloriew 
Omipotuid W, i»ed tm direct, 
nmovw aHnmon <mffta hiM^« 
•iNi^^dy. leaves no ucly acna. 



ai tkaia dittdoaa Tamrlibmr tyuaw j a „., 
and cora meal toon 1^ to awtoap^^rpagar 
der crtat eovan • taity groaiidhain, 9i«aNtt^aM^ 

Toof paatry win be estra tnOw aa« IMt *i»to1 
te tka 8tlf>eU^ floor and wa w a al B 
as weO to batli tliMM icoAieta 
i^tial B-vltantaa. 

Liiacl^aK tvnann eaa _ 
•Uttinff." aarra tt«B p^b^ M 
aauce and ttai pa«* oe WKsy^ 

MUe aoi9b «*» "**" ""^A* 
Tiy tba tmdar pastty wttb oONr 

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tettaMMIi 




mlxtim la ^ 

to sttek t(««tiMr. 

AM pleea o^ ^raaad mp« Mid I _ 

yaper and xaftfgvate «MIa SP«iilBf 




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QpANA'.fwo t«i«y ^Med 
mm iiG#\w0 towmiiiftaa » 
tttail^ j^ -m^ Id, ^ OeMwa 
|||«iA Air B^tim m a kwaA ^ 
ttMNIr wcieNiM pbtic^M^n to 
^ MMy't Cindtad Duty Otfy:^ 
jpro^wi. i^eelving ^ir com- 
mia^nt irat^ fiimMN An^ P. 
VttiAett^and Alft«d P. Ctitii^ 
trni. 

Snsign Vsnb^ ^^u^ed 
frtun hi^ m9)oo1 in BrooUyn, 
!^w Vork mA ^bm^ Mtered tlw 
I^fovy in May 19M. pe aubsequeiA- 
ly Advanced to jvikion fire con< 
trohnan chkf Wttt» being le- 
let^ for commiskmhig. 

£[^} Caa-rin^m alten^d 
hij^ school in BurlcevQle, Va. 
Blaring, ^ Navy in Nov^nbar 
1948, he ad^uii^ to avu^on ma- 
cbiniit mato !ii^ dim beforo ba- 



il^ idMAed to* eommi^aita^. 

Tht two AIM mm fw^^fd 
^M tt^r &3m^a^ms by Com' 

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Round Tabte: Neiocorwers and Old Settkrs—How Do Thei^ Mix in Your Town? 
listen, Doctor! BY EDWARD STREETER Faiti% Sdling in the Caribbean 



Suburbia Todaif 



In TMs IsMM . . . 



TlMririii«f HAI 



page 7 



Why— ^whoi pe knows for a fact (wdl. atanott) 
that he's a very sick man does no ooe, not even his 
doctor symfMithize with him? 1^ "aiKng" fraUemao 
is Edward ^reeto^, authw of "Falher of the Bride,*' 
and if die fauneot sounds familuur, read on as he de- 
scribes the regular annual visit to the regular AunHy 
doctor. 



SpHt-Uv*! CMM 



page 8 



Poetns Rosalind Wdcher takes us into the Grange 
and wondrous minds of young suburbankes through 
her "after-mrture" poems and drawings. 



Ii«w Fanily in Vmvh 



page 12 



The ^cat exodus §oa on. A steady flow of fam- 
ilies continues to leave tiie city and move to the sub- 
urbs, where the populatioB jimped by 10,000,000 
bttween 1950 and 1960. What hi^ens when the new. 
comers settle in a community? How are they ac- 
cepted by the dd aettkrs? In this mo^'t Riound 
Table we asked the edkon of siriNuban papers across 
the country to t^ us how their towns are surviving 
their growing pams. 



T« MalM at Hmm 



pageSO 



Pick a pattern — choose a dodi to cut it ki. Owr 
fashion editor has s^cted five classic fall ptXberm 
for you to sew at home and lus teamed them with 
swatches of the latest wods, silks, and tireless tyn- 
thetics. There are b^ briglit friaids, bdd hoonds- 
tocKh checks, livdy tweeds, or, on dK otho- hand, 
cut-velv^ sculptured brocades, or puffy maldass^ 
—all to make sewing a special treat and wearing tbc 
remits even moie fun. 



On tiM C«v«r 




Who's modem? Not the young 
homemaker, as Laura Jon 
Allen's covH- shows. Shell 
bake brawl, even grind coffee 
in het old-fashioned kkcheo. 
As for Mom — her dream 
kitdiea is nHidem to the can 
opener. Here she can whip iy> 
a ake wUh the latest dectric 
mixer tx slip brown-«nd-sefve 
toih in the oven. 



UONAM «. VAVIOeW 



lA 



V. WYN 



tONNA lAWSON 



PMUif amaauk 

Alt Oifvctar 



KUMJMIA TODAY it dktritMHd 

w l«c H d wbwrbM tam mv ii liM t. MtowM •■cw •» 40 lart 
Mti S*., Htm York 22, N.Y. A rfwrthJ a g •««« at 3^5 Urinjlwi 
ko*.. N«w Y«4 22, N.Y. Iwmmm oMcm «• 153 N. MkMflM 
kv*., Ckkog* I, m. Wottw C. Offtm, Vic* PwMwM. tatrkk 
ynovtU. AdvrHtint Diradof. Ford IQiig, AdhnrfMmg McMooar. 
MoHon frank. Kntlot of PMMm IMoHoi u. © 1M3, ProcM$- 
nfl and Boelci, Inc., 193 N. MMrigM A««., CM<*«e I, Hi. AH 



^BBSBSSBB 





"You metm you have been r«iect«d by 
the 'In' group aadthe *<M fKup?' 



GETTING AROUND 



it" 

J 



... to Out Pleasant Places and People 



Fnx. noTHEKs of ducago ai« die bigiest 
brand-nHBe sfipiknoe dealm to Ae wofid, to 
be sure. But how tame they woe also the spon- 
sors (rf tfie fcXk ftodiers Holiday Gdf Qassic. 
held in Lake Comtty, lUinms, over Labor Day, 
with Jack NieUras, AxwM Pafaner, and Oa^ 
Pla3W Hgned to compete for a $50,000 purae? 
"It wtt the fantastic growth erf interest in folf 
as a sport for the entire family Aat made us thmk 
of the damic'* said Sol Polk, preudent of the 
firm. "And we had MioCfanr good $K),000 reMoo 
for potting k on. Do you realoe that 'Ctucato- 
laa^ is now die foiftm capital of Ae country- 
mere ooofses within 50 mfles <rf the Loop than 
yoo'H fad in any sanilar area anywhere? I'm nek 
and tired of idl die st^ old garland talk about 
CUoifCH and dw Onsic was a good way of re- 
min&vg pte^ of die advant«ta we have hoe." 
And for good meoure die Polk brodim are 
pfaHUung on ttiolher reminder nmt Labor Day. 



When a young tnpayer in PnMe VUt^e, Kan- 
aas, heard she had beat sdeded for an wdit ex- 
Ac made Ois request: "Please may I 



has been eatiflf paan in n^ or- 
diardr said Eric Pearson. "Sooione has ben 
<hiiduag 6<om my rain barrel, and not too kN^ 
agor said his neighbor. The mynedoos strainer 
in both cues was papa bear, a l»|gB dSO^xNind 
bladi; bnmer who wtiea hirt beard from was stU 
on tb€ looae in Roddand County, New Ym-k. He 





be kivetfigMed by ooe aduk male, modenMdy at- 
tractive, single, and about 35 yean of age? By 
mxt year we might be able to make two smgje 
returns into a joint one." ^ 



Suburbia Today, September IMS 



keeps anpearifls and jint at ifpii^y tfsappeara^ 
and, so fiur, die loori pdioe deputmeM hM bam 
unable to pidk up Us ttafl. 

!ll^ea it does caidi t^ wMThM, he may have 
to tidK a supeaddae of tranquttnr in a he«7 
car&idge (deUvered by tptd^ gw), taut the game 
warden is hoftag. before Art ta^ppmt, ^ the 
big boy wU Uc bnaiif bade to te b Ms p c fhjy a 
to nearby Bear Moontala. 



Ever hear of WUader's fadier? He, too, is be->^ 
Heved to have been paiiUed by hk fmoos sou, 
rqMXts Mont Hunt of Da^ Coun^, Texas, al- 
ttcN^ tile omvas h iMHgned. However, die art 
oitia don't thfaik as much d ^ <M 
as di^ do of his wife. 

"Whim's Motho-" hanp in die Louvre in 
Park. Dad is in a Mora|^ room in the Freer Gal- 
l«y <tf Art in WaslungKm. 

Cominued on page 4 



YOU ENTER THE 




WHEN YOU MAKE THIS 4-WAY FIN6ER-TIP TESTI 



THY 
IM ATTMmmiT 




■vs. 




OiMy Lawn-Boy gives yoir 4*Way Fingar-Tip 
mm! Pttvo to yooTMlf that thi Lawn-Boy for 
«t IS no Wwiui mosi aovanooo powsr mowsr. 
Mahttetaoinatiiv 4-way Fin|or-Ti|its^! In 
^^ \M mbnlss yooll loo wliy tfcsre's no match in 
aawSiy l aswT i mori nneiani mownig nir ino nHni- 
hNM now Lawn-Bov. Than IHi out tho ontiY blaniL 
havo your doalor sign it, and nuril to Lawn-Boy. 
Bui hurry! Swoopstakos eiosM OeMior 18, 
1361. Eirtsr now at your Lawn-Boy IMor^ 



NowtoMitwr: 

(1) MMw th* 4-way nngw-TIp tMt at any La«m- 
Boy OMiar't. Than Mtimat* «M numlMr of mow- 
•ra mM by Lawn-Boy alneo K baean in 19BS 
throtioh July 81, 1988. (HM: Tha 1-miHionth 
Lawn-Boy mw ae|fl In 1167). Fill in tha antry 
Mank batow and mail K, wtOi daalar'a aionatufa, 
to: LAWN-BOY, Box 5110, St PmA 4. IMnn. 



(9 Entriaa mutt ba poatmariiad no Mar than 
Midnight, Octobar 18, 1968. 
TMa awaapatakas la opan to all raaidanta of tha 
U.S.A. axcaiH In thoaa atataa wliara awa^>- 
ataiwa ara prohibitad, ragulatad, taxad or othai^ 
wlao raabldad; and la not opan to amployaoa (or 
familiaa) of Outboard Marina CorperaHon, lla 
aulMldlariaa, or advartlaing aganctaa. 



OFFIdM. UWMWOY IWIEnTAKEt ENTRY lUNKl EM9rity9»M«wlUMha«yD9ll9rl 



LAWN^OY SWEEPSTAKES 

BOX Slit, St. Paul 4. Minn. 

I MADE THE LAWN-BOY 4-WAY FINGER-TIP TEST. I ESTIMATE LAWN-BOY SOLD 

\ MOWERS FROM 1982 THROUGH JULY 31, 1903. 



NAML 



ADDIiaS. 

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.20NE. 



^TATt. 



DEALER'S 8ISIIATUIIE_ 
STORE NAME. 



mmtm 



GETTING AROUND 



tmrnfm^ 2 



wH be 
M I 4o koow Awe «• 

0ie|e, Cm>ma, tha MMHiier. -I i«n»ber 
QM neorfU MgM wi» a load ^^cJpttQ', 
wWi MNki^AflClerlo do, noBMMl 9W Ihe 

ur Ait Ui HrtCMn. nort^ iMMgei^ aM 
te BeiBKMit Park wWi their tnui- 
hkHcm for a pihhm hut Aad 5.000 
of ten dUI Bifai« It WM o¥«r tii^ had ^ 
pottoeniea mahed to the Keae— but ati^ as 
I kooir^Bo one craght a tk^e giuMOB." 

I^ eucdy one how once, Lany Evoe, 
city edilor on the mrmiin^iam, M kMtfn , 
-Eooealric,*' hKl one outteit delan aU to 
JhtaMH. As he lat in dK aiidrt of MIdM I 
dor rt OM of tfw looJ 
M tttide OB 
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.itrn'ttb mm einas, 
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aBthe bnadles m« fiaoed ead to 
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> diat even producers of the finest china such as ^pode 
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Why this new Hammond Chord Organ 
is the most expensive chord oi^an in the world 



l^ra v« 4aum vH Undb of chonj or- 
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itrt not one (NVera you all frf Hammond's 
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Doctor 




A famous and ungrateful patient sounds off— impatiently 

BY EDWARD STREETER 



MY DOCTCNt u a ckMC penooal friend as wdl 
as one of the budest men in town. In osdtr 
not to add to his burdens I make a pdnt of letting 
my phyncal dBsabilities pik up befwe bcrthering 
him, until it m a question of eidier a doctor or an 
undertaker. This yeu^ by the time I ca&d his 
nurse for an appointment, I had accumulated 
aKNigh symi^oau to keep the Mayo brothers boqr 
for a week. 

The nurse is quite friendly because I cmoe 
brott^ her a ^udenia on her birthday. She sug- 
gested I ctmie early — around nine o'dock. '^He 
always pya more time than he fiam to his first 
patient," she sakl. "As a result, what widi peqile 
cmning in withmit appointments who are reMy 
sick, he geU farther and farther behind during the 
morning. If you covae later you're apt to have 
quite a' wait." 

When I arrived at his oflke, howewt, tixre 
were alrea^^^^faree moody loddng characters re- 
searching for South Sea Island materiid in back 
numben of the National Geographic. 

The nurse said, *'Are you going to have any 
tests made?" 

I said, "How do I know? Hiat's what Vm here 
to find out" 

Without further discosuon she ted me to a littk 
back room where an attractive bkmde technician, 
who must have descended fnun a tong line of 
vampires, immnfiately began extnK^og bkxxl 
fmn variom parts of my body. 



"Now," she said, squeezing a last drop from 
my finger tip just for the fun of it, "if you will go 
into the other room, the doc^r will be along." 

I sat on the edge of the cotuh and studio 
my list of aiknents so that I would not waste his 
time if ai^ when he arrived. 

He came bustling in fuD ctf ^xxil dieer. 

"Good nK>ming," I said crii^ly. "I have a list 
here of what's the matter wiUi me so I won't waste 
your ^ne." 

He sat down on a sioci tadng me and lit a 
cigarette. "How's Jane?" he asktd. "Has she had 
any more trouMe?" 

I UM him about Jane. One by one he worked 
his way through the various members of my 
famUy. Then he extinguished his cigarette and 
{Mcked up a stethoscope from the table. 

"I have a list here (A what's the matter with 
me," I reminded him. 

He dnr^arded this. "Let's have a look at you," 
he sakl, damping the cold stetltoscope against 
my chest. "Splendid. Ymi have the heart and 
lun^ of a man of 40. You're in fine shape." 

"But I am not" I replied. "I woukln't be here 
if I ^iwre." 

"What is the matter with you?" he asked, 
glancing at his wrist watch. 

"WeU, in the first place," I said, "I have a 
trenwr that bothers me." 

"You've had a tremor for the last 20 years," 
he said. "Hdd out your arms and extend ycmr 



fingers." He lodced at my tremor unqmqMithe- 
ticaUy, so I exaggerated it slightly until my hamls 
woe riiaking like a jHdr of mating a9|>en teaves. 

"How nuuiy cigarettes do you smoke a day?" 

"I don't know," I said rather crossly. "It de- 
pends on what I am doing. Maybe 30 or 3S. It 
all depends. Do ytM go Knmd 3Mit||^|||g||gim 
oyunting yours?" 

He nodded urithcwt comment. 

"What else is the matter with you?" he asked. 

"I get unbearably thed about four in Uie after- 
noMi," I said. "I can scarcely cra«d to my bed 
and puU myself up on it, and I go out like a li^t 
for an hour. If I irasn't retired I'd have to lie 
down on my desk." 

"You are teading a bachelor's life these days, 
aren't you?" he asked. "Ill bet you go out prac- 
tically every night." 

"I have to eat," I protested. 

"What do you do the rest (tf the evening?" 

"None oi your bunness," I said. 

He nodded. "What time do you get up?" 

"About seven." 

^And you woric hard all day?" 

"I certainly do." 

"That makes me tired just to think about it. 
What else is the matter with you?" 

I consulted my list. "I wake up about three 
o'clock feeling as though I was giving birth to 
twin vdcanoes." 

"How much do you drink?" he said. 

"About the same as you do," I replied irritaUy. 

He nodded. "What else is the matter with you?" 

"Item three," I said referring to my list, "I 
think my liver is enlarged." 

"What makes you think so?" he asked. 

"It is just an instinct," I said. 

He pushed me down on the couch and plunged 
his hands behind my ribs until I could feel his 
filers touch my backbom. 

"You have the liver ot a man of 30," he said. 

"PossiWy that's the trouHc," I suggested. "May- 
be I have an immature liver that never developed." 

"What else is the matter with you?" 

"Oh to hell with it," I said, crumpling up my 
list and tossing it on the table. 

"Never saw you in better condition," he said. 
"Wonderful. Sptei^d. Keep it up." 

"Keep what up?" I asked, not too cordiaOy. 

"Whatever you're doing," he said. "It seems 
to a^ee with you." 

WE SHOOK HANDS pcffunctorily, and I left. 
As I passed through the waiting room, I 
ncMked the Geographies which my fellow suffer- 
ers had tossed on the table, and on the cover 
of one something about "Voodooism in the West 
Indies." I stopped a minute and turned the pa^es 
to the article. It was illustrated with a lot of cdor 
phot(^aphs of a sick man lying on the ground 
while around him leaped a whole medical school 
of witch doctors wearing comic masks, ringing 
bells, and brandishing spears at their patient. 

I slipped the magaane under my smn. It be- 
k>ng«l to the doctor, <A course, but it was foiriy 
dog-eared, and I wanted to go into this thing more 
thoroughly. Here was a group who obvi(Hisly paid 
some attention to what their pattents told thenL 
It ^ve me food for thought. 



IllUSnUTIOM Vf lOMN Aim* 



Suburbia Today, September 1963 



Why OUR Children Go 
To Catholic Schools 



It is not, u some imagine, became 
we want to keep our chikiiai apart 
from public school children. 

It is »o/ because Catholics want 
to dominate the educaticm add 
culture of our society. 

Nearly 3,000,000 children at- 
tend Cath(dic elementary schods 
in the United States today for jim 
one reason: We believe that re- 
ligion is the most imporunt thing 
in life, and that education for our 
children is not adequate unless . . . 
as Pope Leo XIII said in 1897 
... it is "permeattd by Christum 
piety." 

In the United States, public 
schools are ptdiibited by law from 
providing such an education. (In 
Guuda, Toronto public schools 
have prayers and Bible reading; 
Quebec public and parochial 
schools are both tax-supported.) 

It is iHX uiKommon in our times 
to see highly-educated persons 
whose knowledge is not "pertiw- 
ated by Christian piety." One, for 
example, may achieve diitincti<m 
in the field fk biology while hbkl- 
ing to the view that man has no 
' soul to save. Another will achjere 
schdlastic prominence in the f^d 
of human r d at k ms without be- 
lieving at all in the sanctity of 
maniage. Some attain greatness in 
the academic a^iects of science 
while refusing to concede tint' 
divine considerations have any 
weij^t in their field. 

Bdieviiig as we do that we are 
placed upon this earth to fulfill a 
divine and eternal purpose. Cath- 
olics do not bdieve it is enough 
merely to educate their chikJioi 
in the arts, crafts and sciences. It 



is not enough merely to educate 
them to meet the evoyday prac- 
tical problen» of their existence 
on earth ... to make mtmey, attain 
promineiKe, or to achieve phys- 
ical security. 

As Catholics see it, our children 
muse be ^ucated not only in mind 
and body ... but in heart and soul. 
That is not possible in a public 
school, under the law. So, in the 
United States alone. Catholic par- 
ents not only pay their share of 
the sapfton for puUic schook, but 
maintain nearly 11,000 Catholic 
elementary schook at their own 
expense. 

If you would like a more de- 
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What goes on in a Cathdlic school 
...How Catholic, schools benefit 
the nation . . . What and how 
Catholic children are taught— 
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the 
split- 
level 
child 

A poetess peers into the 

minds of junior mernbexs 

of suburban families 

—and finds strange and 

wondrous thoughts 

BY ROSALIND WELCHER 

Hluftralad by (ha oulhor 



nriM SHMm^ CMM." ® 1M3 by tMcrfM WaMiar, 






• every night More i go to sleep 

i make my father 

teU 

me a story and he always says 

weU 

what would you like me to tell you 

tonight and i 

say 

tell me about willte the chicken 

and montgom^ the old 

gray 

fox and my Mm says 

once upon a time there was an 

old gray fox and he lived 

andi say stop you left 

somethmg out it 

should go 

there was an old gray fox with 

yellow eyes ai^ a big bushy tail 

and four ^9ita\i 

paws 

and my father says weU if you 

know 

the story already why do i have 

to tell it to you ^ 

andi say 

because 



• at our house there is a new 
baby 

(3 everyone says don't you 
just k)ve her 
isay 
maybe 



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the split-level child 



Coni^md fnm pt^ 8 



• when i take a bath i have my 

two plastic boats 

and my rubber duck that 

floats 

and my submarine 

and my Indian 

canoe and i wear my flippers and my 

frogman goggles too 

and my mother says how can i ever 

scrub 

you clean with all that 

inthetub 





• my mcKhor said what k^ you i caUed you 

four 

times i think you get 

more 

diflScult every day 

and i said i would have come r^t 

away 

but there was thb big old tigo* 

stimding right by the doc^* 

and my mother said why do you tell such 

lies 

you know those stories arm't tfoe 

and i said you tell stcnks 

too 

you told dackiy jimmy's nK9ti^ 

is a perfect fright | 

but when she came l^re you smd 

dear you're looking marvelous 

toni^t 



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SiAwbkiJodt^ •. MNMD TABLE I ; 

Old Settlers 
and New People 



How Do They Mix? 




THKEE YEAKs AGO the Bufcau of the Census 
poUiriied SO closely printed blue books, cme 
for every state, with the latest findings on die 
American pcogic. Included, of course, are data 
on where Uiey all are today. A quick spot-check 
will diow y/oa, for instance, that sonw^ 17,000 are 
in the subuib of Raytown, Missouri, which 10 
years b^ore wasn't even incorporated. Tliere are 
21,000 more today in Redwood City, California, 
than there were in 1950, and 10,000 more in Lit- 
tletcm, Cdorado. Look up any suburb in any oi 
these books and the story is the same. 

On the local level, we all see it happening in 
everyday terms we have come to take for granted 
^ — the purposeful piles of earth where a tangle ai 
weeds and sumach used to be; new young faces 
in the postoffice and the library; more children 
entering first grade this month than there were in 
the wlxde schod a few years back. Normal as it 
all seems, these are the outward and visible signs 
ot the greatest migration in the shortest time in 
our history, the flight of more than 10,000,000 
peof^ to the suburbs in the last ten years. 

Inwardly and spiritually, there are boimd to be 
conflicts and adjustments in any such great move- 
ment of fleople. In same {daces, like Raylown, 
Missouri, a few hundred inhirijitants had it aU to 
themsdves, up to recent times. In otlKr suburbs, 
kmg-established patterns of community Ufe have 
hkl to be adjusted to accommodate the flood of 
new arrivals. To add to die omfonon, the "dse- 
whereians" have ctften Imnight in new religions, 
new radal backgrounds, new occupirtions. How 
are the old-timers adapting diemselves? And how 
are the newcomers faring? These are awkward 



questions in many towns, but the answers are im- 
portant for the light they shed on a real i»oUem. 

When we turned, as usual, to the editors of sub- 
urban pi^rs throughout the a>untry, we found 
that kical reactions vamd so widely that at first 
we had trouble getting any over-all picture. 

At one extreme, consider the situatkm in a town 
in Massacfatisetts or Virginia, which proudly 
traces its origin back to the 18di or even the 17th 
century. Over the yttn, todal and political power 
have becoDK the perquisites <rf a comparativdy 
small group whose roots are deep in the past. 
These roots are not easily dug up, and they are 
resistant to the intrusion of fresh roots from which 
new growths seek to draw nourishment For the 
"ups^" newccMner there is one crushing com- 
meat — how long has the man lived here, rayway? 
This attitwie is not readily abandimed, even whfle 
the whde outward duracter oC the community is 
bdng drasticaDy altwed as it changes fircm rural 
supfdy center to fast-growing suburb. 

We heard of om New England villa^ in which, 
t(x all practical purposes, the paramount political 
power is wielded fay me member of the village 
hoard who has been in office for over a quarter- 
centuiy — as were his father and his grandfather 
before him. InvariaUy he listens in silence to any 
discussion until it has run its coane. Then he 
eithn grants or nods or says curtly: "I don't hold 
with it" One way or the other, this jmmounce- 
ment deddes die issue. There hi^ipens to be a 
newcomer majority on the voting roils of this vil- 
lage, but somdiow they haven't beea alMe to get 
organized fcHr ^tective counteraction. 

In ^ kx^-established communities, the old- 



timers have iidueiioe it the MMe capbob and in 
the oMirts. SociaUy, they ccmtttil inch Matot ^m- 
bols as the gardoi dub and the Uatodcal society, 
and in taott than <Hie lakeride viOafe there's a 
boat dub which ic higUy exdudve. 

At the odier extreme of the robuttan panorama, 
oidmmers of kmg rtandiag are rardy to be 
found. Take a Ixrand-new n4Mufa«n "devdop- 
roent" which has ai^ieared almo^ ovnnigbt where 
last year d^re wa« ody grassland. No red dd- 
dmers diere at dl, yoo'd say, except diat com- 
munities, even die new^ have an odd way ol 
breeding dieir own. The people wlio fet diete first 
aopire a slighdy tmag attittide toward those who 
come a few nweks <Mr a few mcmdis later. 

"Now wait a minute, friend. I was right here 
whan dib sewer extemim wu &nt proposed, and 
I know die factsJ" 

Does the approach sound fiuniBaf? 

IET A YEAR OT two go by, and ytm find the okl- 
J timer compfex takii^ hold and de^tofotga 
resistance to change just becaiist4Hf^ii^. 

Hie iMtterns d the community thus hcffia to tp- 
pear: They are less dqiendeatoai«|bd-in-die-wood 
tiraditkm dun in the oUat tomu biA Ibey are pd- 
terns just die same. Fardier out from the metio- 
pditan centers, meanwhile, the rand fringe areas 
are being still further imnded, md the fam^n le- 
peate itself— seemingly endleisly. A discerning 
and dMughtfd editor in Mimieiota beUeves it is 
"the nxMt important constant ol our timfy in sub- 
urban devdopment" 

Let's now consider die vad 'in-between" re- 
gion which is neither domfaiated by tradition, nor 



Um Multn 0f thi Rmnd TaM« hmI 
if nhcrlai ■ w ripa p fw tmi wnm wU 

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12 SmburUa Today. Sepltmber 1963 




Edited by GEORGE FIELDING EUOT 



- Local newsmen 
speak frankly on 
a ticklish aspect of 
today* s rush to the 
''peaceful' suburbs 



1 



iMiad^i^ «tt the Mldoea icaa ^tf nw on 
tte tinrtripf. M»e Ae pmc^ ^ tiJ^MiMgit to 
Ae tafflHX <rf ■cwonen goes o^ to^ wiA loctl 
oo^Ki one Mb nei^ sw nr ne wk&l pifi inc 
ksjf wsnl ii ad^Mtad^ sot ix i BB c t. 

ypllfl^l^l^ a06Olv^Mflt vO 06ff JivSQMHKBi ItfO HOt 

tnu BM iaeiit imo^ the oma ol conMct oam. Bel- 

Itf IChoob MB A dc^ C OO O Cn i to I16WPOO■I0!^ WSta 

Aejr Me ataiNt faiv»Usl; wttiK to vend an Oe 

hi^ber ttxM, bot diey OMke an «»eptioii for 
9db0iA tKug, evem tf thejr no loBg» teve acteol- 
1^ diflitoeB of ^bax owa< fitow cone? A Wetf 
CoiM ecfilor w^iMt as ammai "He tane gi4> 
between oeaitaig to be paieitti of teeft-agai ud 
benmii^ gnu^iwt Mid paixknat oaH a vny k)^ 
one thew days--4ud wbo'% nx»e ainkxn fw Uds 
to tem tte be^ of eveiythii^ dian grwM^paraitsr 
(M^knert do oocarionaBy balk lA losie aspects 
of **pn9r^w educttioo," but not aU new ar- 
rivab are ttmo^ for "fancier" ichools either, espe- 
tk^ u ttey bearnie better acquwnted wtii die 
( B ni Mrioaa of &»m xtexri-tax bil. &ipessi(»s of 
dio^oft Aiiieoie Me not ofeeqa^ 

Cemumty ptiamj^ is som^liiE^ dtae a^un. 
Many olMniea dont take to lam'imsgfi plan- 
i^mM^'lorai. Om the other nde, ftutaie to pbui 
ah^ tofisfoee die needs of die fntrae, is one 
of te most tnqaem. vmeoma oomf^mts. A 
New Y(rt Mto editor atfauts: *"Om oM^ iidlabi- 
tanH fast mm&\ tmiy for the pop^Mioa tsxpkh 
sion of tfie 19!^ and they're stIB bewttd^ed by 
its lesnlto.*^ ftit d^^oaer voices are heard icom^ 
ftaUy r^errnf to Ae yws^ mwcomen m "o^pn- 
izirtioa BMa" who don't know wfaiM Mt oirtside 



the b^ cWn is aH iriwat and dunk dl hunun ai- 
fairs ean be rcgntaled by charts widi neat litde 
fe^U||es connected by dottod lin». 

Ob aoning , Aeie u a mtte ymety ci viewpoii^. 
In sone mom oid'teeis oppose it as "nemtm^- 
^ed,^ whMe newcom e rs are in favor. Oth» old- 
^neta m oth^ towm favw xosm^ as a OKans of 
rmiaHwg atert one of ttnra oft "cieqw^ com- 
maek^m,'* wMfe hat ud diere we &ad new- 
ooam poups who are hrgimwig to understand 
wbM two or toee {Hosperoos ooiraiM»al or in- 
d^rial Uxpvytn can do to, hdp keep down die 
hoBseholdei^s tta cteifes. Not aU mwoim^n feel 
dus way — some are ^(Nidy of^MMd to uido^ry 
in dieir ne^^rhoo(k: '*We moved cnrt here to 
get airay fri»i w»se and smog." On zcming there 
b no conartCT t toend aH aU. 

SEVERAL wiXTom io widdy sepan^ areas 
point out ^ dash in viewpdnt b^ween cotn- 
nHit«s and Uay-aA-hau^—tiic latter being, <^ 
course, the people f^ose o^upations keep tlmn in 
a strinubu oouan^ 24 hoiUB a (by. Th»e are 
nKMO Ukely tfam n(« to be dd-tuners, mud they 
hKW a set of v^ed iirier^s a^ach diey some- 
tom iUA MHit underwood by the so-caDed 
"dMn^Ky pec^." The stay-iA-homea have mtKe 
of^poftu^ to w<h4c thefiodNics ^0 pkoea of po- 
Ihical i^taoice, aid thdr Mv^hoods are UMte ^ 
re(^ itf^DCied ^ »di qu^oBS as zon^ and tox 
n^es. In some places die bies (tf dHmi0e Me (ynte 
staf^ ikawn beMi«» ttese two grom» and are 
itf acted alM by die iwMfkii^-hour {wesenoe of em- 
fkx^es of the stey^-hooan who om't afford to 
make thdr horaesm die ooonmu^.They.M times, 



set up a demand for low-cost howai^ which runs 
counter to the tasto of die conmuters — and per- 
haps to zonii^ onbiances. 

Tte pressure toawd owiormity v/bkh is found 
m many raburtian conmunities hM crqf^ed up 
in pievious Round Tables, of course; "conform 
to what" b one questioa thitt arises between <4d- 
timers and newoonms. Ttea— in a MMrthw^em 
■comownity, newcomen were campaignu^ bx 
iMdly needed stcHrm ^ew^s; (M-tuners opposed, 
said, "We've never needed such things, and you 
(ton't Med 'em now." To which the new^xmiers re- 
torted, "Ytm've built mo^ of your houses cm die 
hi^ ground, and there's no Itigh ground 1^ for 
us!" Ibe dd-tiuKrs in Uiis case saw die ptnnt. 

But others ha\« carnal their demand for con- 
{(mnity so far as to object to new tMMises simidy 
because diey "Mock the view" or "arm't in har- 
mony with the prevuling ta^e." It may be «hnit- 
ted, dnerved oik editor dryly, that cm a tree-lined 
street of neat col(mialrS^te cotu^ges, a ranch-type 
si^t-level ol a later generatkm is not exacdy har- 
mcmious, and at least one instance is known wlMre 
building permits Inve to be scanned by a commit- 
tee d dd-tioMrs ^^xwited to make sure of ardi- 
tectural hMm<»y. 

We aslKd eqiedidfy dxwt sodal strooghdds 
frMn windi newccmms are excluded, »id the re- 
pfo» nwre, in the nayoiity, negi^ve. From die 
Smithw^rt: "Hiere's a «>cial iurd one which isn't 
easly penetrated, and a few dd» 'observe' new^ 
omers for a year or so bef cmc o^ems^ the ^es." 
In other j^fxs, decdon to the volunteer fire de- 
putment is a Virtus symbd nd reaihly fcMhcom- 
ttg. iaa large northern m^ropoiiton district our 

Confuted Ml page 15 




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Lcipkm Potu are iM^^iam oea- 
terjh-Hidi&v iliiU two <» Ane of 
them flnke k « potat <tf pridt dwt 
no veteran oC World War n has 
yet be^ post coimnaader) 

But it's idresluii^ to note that 
the di^ as a hard-rodc citadel of 
{tfivil^ does BOCjeem to flourish 
in the cUou^ o( today's siAwibau 

"Oi^nizi^ons in our areaMriiidi 
dsm't enoouafB aewcomns are 
skMriy dyiofr" noses oae e^tot. 

"lime's BO dW ben with a 
pcdicy oi txcln&^ aim uiivab 
and won't ever be if this papw 
hears (tf it," an editor iron the 
Rocky Morataia uea teUs ns. 

Indeed, haviag recounted-— on 
the theory that a fig^ b more 
newrmvthy diaa peace and qnirt 
— the whom kbids udoHMes of 
cooteittion b^wen okMimen and 
newcomers, it is our hi^py <taty to 
state Aat while this contentioii 
hM been indeed a fact of striwriMu 
ItfB, Mtf 30% of our np&uaa- 
pfattized thM *in our U)wn we are 
q^xkk to wdoooae newoomns, try 
to make them fed at hoot.*' New- 
comers' dobs iHA a varied pro- 
^im of sodd activities are fooad 
bom coast to coast and are wcA 
attended. Biodc parties to wdoome 
a new fiunily are quite wial and to 
be known as a "biend^y town" b 



ntfed as an inqx»tant asset. 

WAkmA new r^dems, eom- 
munides would not fkMuUi, Mid 
withoM h^^ new KHHd^ta, didr 
flovofahuig wooU be sbcMt-lived. 
However slow, in tome ii^nnes, 
okt-timers may be to acc^ new- 
comers en masse, ibey do ooih^- 
mtfy wetoone tibem as in^vidmls. 

One ddightfid instance <of this, 
from Mimiesota, strilces the aola 
vHUdi, on balnoe, appears to be 
incremin^y rq^oesentiitive ct to- 
dajr's subwbmi scene. 

tf A s NEW rodents in the sid>> 
XJL urfo of RoMxnsdale some 
15 years ago," the editw writes, 
"we'd n^er IumI sudi wooderfid 
adgMmn as Ae dderly coq^ 
next door. As each of (wr diree 
children was bom, the Tuckers 
were very hdpfuL Mn. Tucker 
evm canied the com in our gnden 
when we were on vacatkm — iia- 
aghie— and Mr. Tucker h^wd re- 
foish some of our antiques. They 
treated us as their chikiren. I'm 
sure you'd find many such friend- 
ships in sidwrban areas." 

What a nice thing to be sure of 
-— nd we can agree. The wonder 
is mrt that there is bxtica, but Aat 
the suburban migration can pto- 
ceed on m hutory-making scale 
as smooddy as it does. 




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XAMvakaa mi.m^is lo dl tHaWm ia iklil«iii 
eeok MM mIm it liadv tat Ml Iwoim: Kir oflwrioo' 

S. IMH* chktoa toildM and add the tomato, graea 
pilyift ana umy MHa 

4. Mk mm km Japwiaals aod Head with loMto 
•ance; poor owar al, 

5. Covw aad Qoek ONT low hoat for 45 alia. Bliad ta 
tha wiaa and oook, oaeovwed, far 20 mio. kmfv. I>i>> 
eard hqr k^. 

4. Fat thi coolwd nmhrtll al»a waiai wrvii^^rtter 
Md top with tha eUekM piaoH aad Maoe. ^ 

AimPAstamijmai tiuy "^ 

Anaaie tfia ZmccAM Fhialiimi, icy-ooM ilion d 

aanac cwrlt, aad MlMar iMaihIa piaoM OB a chlled 
iHvtef tray (aae phala). 



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W aapiai^r ■h ipiitniia laJii 

1. C^ aadi bom mA aiscUia aad aUoe IrafthwiM 
iaio 6 piaoti. Cook ii a mmB ■meanf of boiliaf nltsd 
water ahoat I aria^ ar aalO, oriap^eader. Draia if 
aaooMaiy aad eooi; pat iato a ihaUow <Udi. 
1. While iMochid b eoalkifr eeeaMae the tenuinhif ia* 
redleati ia a ^ with a tiikMtaiiilid. Cover aod ihaka 
viforowly «» oifat w^ 

S. ftm v j n a jiwite aaaee om modiiaL ChiU 
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1. Reawva ahoat I h. fraei lope of artichdcea by a*, 
tiag itraiikt aeveea with a ataip kaMe. Remove kwer 



MEIANIE DE PROFT, Food mm 



iMvn wd «Marl Sodc artictaahH 20 to 30 
aria, to «old tdled miir. iiMi» Hii*rii. 
2. Put tfw fMdie, knoa ilioe, olif« ofl, and idl into a 
li^ Mun pel «r JBiltie. Add «he aHkholm, «Im« 
tBOVfli ^Hffli'H' mMf to oovw. Ossk* unoovoradt 20 to 
45 ukL, or varti • leaf am OMity bo prtad oat 
t. WUb iHtieMHt an 6oeUi« hoM <ho lwlt« «r 
BMOitftoe to a ddfl^ add Ae ontoa Md 
Mftolsr toowMd. Bkad to tta oookMl vtaic 
tfaa CtoMto Sanea and iMp It kNum. 

4. Onto aitictolm aod cot oC Hmm at h»m tpltmA 
aaeh afddMlDi «paa and pril «it oaaler taavtoi UriBf 
a tpoam, iMMva aad 4iicafd tba *^«liekir*or taBfput 
(Cnler opwisi liMOld todd M cup «li«) 

5. Fil artiehokas wtt tha «toack oActaia and top 
^itaaGk ivMi aoBM of tha 
erawljr 1^ itoaddad ] 

6. S«c aitidMlEM mdir bnflar 4 to. fjraai Mwoa of heirt 
tor akoot 7 ay&, « aatil dWHa b Vih^ toowMd. 

7. TraMlar to a haatod MK^ag plida and Mtva kit 



f^^B^ SAUCE-— Haitf 2 trtlaepooni hmtrn or 
over tow beat Mend to a BMXtnre of 2 
r, ^4 to a ipooa eall, U tea e p o eo awo 
aad a feer gtaim Ma e k peppen 



ly add 1 09 HAk, itiRtof ooutoady. Goatfanwtfifri^ 
aad bria« npklf to Iwitap cook 1 to 2 aata. Bkad to 
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L Md eapH', ^k while, aherry, aad V4 ei^ Bucaroan 
iato the iHiipped creeai atoil ««fl bkaded. 



S. Divide adittve equ^ into <ea 24b. heavy paper 
todDtof.eiipe Md qprtoide witt the leoHuidof crumbe. 

S. Reeae uatii Afn, aheut 4 toe. 10 ttrvlt^ 

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That iUleme eookim oceatkmalfy tmkt Httir app*"^ 
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1 •ifirfdta.iliclrtlTl 

1. Ooaibtoe floor, tuiar, and kaM» peel to a bowl; mix 
thofouihly. Add nm aad then egg yoOtt to f ourtto. mix- 

l|. tog i^ler eadi edtB t io n . 

2. Cot bottof toto flow mixture with peitry Mender 
uattt peitkiei are flae. Work with finger tips untU a 
dough ii formed. 

8. loD out oaa-helf of dough et a time about M in. 
thick oa a H^My floured wrfeoe. Cot toto desired 
ihapee. Bnah tope wfch egg white. Tramfer to Ughtly 
greeeed oookie eheets. 

4. Bake al 350*F about 15 mia., or until Ughtly 
bfvraed. AboM 6 dot. eookkt , 

Sitburbit Today, Septtmber 1963 17 




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3. SMtai cir itosMHt E««i3F ^BTtfonl Afeot caa olto MdMiuiid 
mt0 radoetioiif to qwiUed omma of tiro or mom mm-^m moA m 
^% on your mto JnnmiiMiiiCBAai. If jmi^ pfaomtag to add« eiur, 
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tho jmoff diivor oooiiMalai «i appiovad Mwr tn^itaf ooma^ Adc 

3wwglocdH«tiBidAi«itiftliia Myfa g iaa w flrt iafa yo uf eMa i M ^ 



WliM jroa ife boMMw with a Haitfcrd Afint, yon gat tha idaal OQBilrinatiqn o^ 

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BBP<»B A %wax. CtriMmo trade wiiid from tiie ca^ 
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tynSi Aiy on the oind ol Cterncou, where o^en pow 
on trees. Over te^te hhie ms and md^ a trc^iind nn, 

pi^ the cxM^diaped rode toorani u Ktt 'em Jenqr, alo^ 
the pera and hiUy cout cA ChenKta, temced with ipee 
pJwrti^CMM, Md iiMo the harixw ciSL. Gome's. 

Itett ended a CabidoH ovke thio^ ^ LeMer ^n- 
tfflea Umd d^B m tte EMl»n Ogfe b aa daM we^ 
have hedi'MBponMe to auuMq^ a few yean ago wrien 
we hiy pe n e d to be retired nolUkMnir^ In thn aje of jet 
itoMs and wtSHispmasA dttiter owso^ h(wiwver, yn 
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vaa^n.Wetediof«m<h)wntoPli^loRico, had lOlnvrs 
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Moimtun, and thm ted &»wn <» ^X) miles nx»e to qiend 
a day a ^itif^'s ^unoroos w&tom^ki^k 

ft is at Eagiib Huhour on Antigua that tte charter 
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ECTORAIl (foiMMl) Tablets, given regu^ 
tariy to your dog or cat, can rM ]^>ur pet (rf taas, 
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iMfians for nMy ami sIfedNenMS, wid nmv 
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work by r^eatf ng smM wMMints of ins^Ucide 
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as economieal aa wssWy a pp W c ^i oBe of peisnl 
sprays or povMlers— and fv men ew venlen t In 
some wiiniiris, tMs msetestfon May tsn^ofWNy 
produce n^t^a or ottw und e air rtitoe#»cts.Yow 
v^Mlfwriwi Nm (NN^Mele infoniHtfwi ^KNitMs 
n&tt ^mt of contr^HM flsH. ^da and Nee. Adi 
Mm i^out ECTORAL brand of WOimtL 




MTMAIMMMIIt GOiVMlY, OMMesfTlM Om OmmM 




^ SubwNa ToA^, ^ pU$t^i IMS 




sailing trip in the Islands 

used to be a millionaire's adventure 
and it's still fabulous 



ate vtm^ ^pm^ tihe Mch^M oftx n 

1% AalqiH, nd the veadb pfy the w^sn frcMn 

soith to ChimKh, tooM 300 w^». In this area, 

are sev)» i»^ ^^fe ^ to 40 mitei k^ aad hun- 

(rf sn^ls «B^ MMe Gi A^B mote thwi 40 n^s 

Charter ptfte nni^y lydoe ttraafnm^its to joia 

at An^M^ Martiokiae, or Ckenada. Ih^ huI in 

^ diiecticH^ aortih or lotth, and Aeo fly back. 

CRUISES MAY ra wmsD for a mek or k^». Co^ 
can be ^eed iM^iy as OMn^ral^ to flitt-c3nt 
hotd acconunodalk»»->^S-3S per chgr per pemm tot all 
openses on bou^ d^Mmttm <« te size (rf tihe ^Kht 
Airlare to the tmth a IMe nave ttui $200 roiniMrq> 
tourist. Moit ol tte ^nhte wre bocAed by a family or a 
party of pec^ who know eadi <^ba, Umm^ rae or two 
of ttie laifsr in»A take pa w nmep i m an indivkted tuis. 
Qm crobe rttfled wtt a |^n»^ o^^m tte ttades to 
St. Lucia. 0^)^1tota Chriitian, s ftcftUi ex*navd offi- 
cer 1^ was MiMhawlCt pn^nskmal skipper (mth a na- 

dmibuud om poit 27 





AIke RobiHStm, (JxHit to dive off "M<Mihmk's" bowsprit. 



Chart showing the Robinsons' 
route across the trades, from 
Martinique to St. Liicia, then 
four days of perfect sailing 
through the balmy GrenadiMS. 



CHANGE TO ELECTRASOL 

E THE DIFFERENCE 

Spotless Film-Free Dishes 
• • • even in Hardest Water 

Only Electrasors exclusive New Formula 
gives you all four: 

1. "Sheeta off' the drops that make spots. 

2* Removes film kft by water miiMnls and 
other detergentSt 

3« Redtu»i food sdl foam^ to give fuUrtpmif 
doming adaon. 

4« Lowest inioe because it's macte by tiie largest 
mamifKtw^r ot cfoh maeluM detergrats in 
tbec(Mmtry. 

Get New Blue BiUbon 

ELECTRASOL 

ECONOMICS LABORATORY, INC. 




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fat FBBB IS- 
l booidrt, 'llmr to MaJuT^ llMt of your 
raMtrie DUamtAmT. Write to SMtiwol.D^. 19 c . 
P.O.Bi«l]26,Ona(IC«BlralP<MtQiM.N.Y. 17,N.T. 






Yon save ironing 4 ways . . . with tills new 



dryer! 



Yott iron las len wkea tlu new Kd^^Mttv 
Aicf your firfli ff t i 

^ in one oilt, it otnd^ei al Ae htest 
adnmoa to pawai or t^akMt wmUa. 

]%st, k never bdtts li wiloUes. Amxm^ 
cdl^t k mmn the amoiM d md^ic m yom 
dottet ud dntts te^ oA v^ien th^r ue Aied 
joM tte mo' jran.waM than. 

Hawd drjwi; ii ako mrilaUe for dmy diy- 



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Secmd, a $pe(M inalMma e^ roiowei 
wnnuei Don iram^vew i out leiMBt tu or ne 
pnseet crenict. 

ThM, Kn^vfaMor aMMste Md fMb nwny 
wtnidei wtt a KMiuMite cool tumUe at the 
mi ai caA cfcfe. 

Fointh, a bw2» loaadi to idl yon wkim 
ity'tBt it done ao yon cm ranove dottcs lUM 
'amy mkI picveM iiMntaicl^^ (Kdvl^Mcw 
fdt a huncf wu — ' A ' ^ W i* — ^ 



die Ay& opoMes so ^k^. Yov on ad^ 
the HMBd lp^ of Ae h^ia » Am k off 

&A Ml adnneed dr^ n pocrihte hemum 
of Ae Kdimrtor ConttM ^aie Unptw^ 
nmn pi0pmn. h*a i^^er imy Am^ictt 
Motors Mnfi you move imf vobir^ m in 
RamUsoHS. 

W^ jjim dry yoiv doAM any kn^CT— 
wten yov on dky ^san and nw iron^ wo? 




DtMmtfJUimiKANmOT(m8C(mKmATHm,IkMttt,MlMtm 



■SOLVE 

horn 

I SPACE 
PROB- 



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• What mmm, te^eMosh doeto and ^ioeta to mm 
tm^^^&xn^et^ U yow koiue it Ae ODe4a-a- 
mmm ^ dom*i tew 1^ j^^mm pnUens, Am 4e. 
^ ^% iMr jmo, taN for OMtt hoM^ddm tt^ 
mm • need tadoas wd ont AiA d^p m Iraft tem 
M piMra ^ <MiM «^ i»^^vmef uuUmAsm and » 
iM^di IN «teteHe to n^ jeod Innke^^ Itee 
MMw tew teM Md for piactfeatt^ Mid foi mm 
in NA^ ^ Ae wertrad w ^Mie-time hone i^iltsnwn 
«te wiM to «dd to Ae emtfort of Ms home and tt Ae 

L- -.^^, «uw Ak ^[^(gp irarii^ 00 N» pit^Kti. Ooe ivoject-- 

K MS teipofteorteMiyeiAiii^.-ttfDrlteM«iieeds. 

JLllT Jlk/ • • • Se« oiNf(» bi^v fn- Md^ii^ pMetm. 





ALL-PURPO^ STC»AGE UNITS, iasteiied u^ether, make 
Mi hmdy diMs i^y tMe or tkA. (Mier conMmoUms ctm be 
u»d for a tde^wne uMe, mfrt^ diest, kmhoy, or wall desk. 




MAtrS SPOSCn or HC^BY cabinet revolves onits own 
base, nqtmu^ mMmm floor space. One jjcie can be as^ for 
gms. rods, md ^tOar eqm^nent; the oOier ade ^ ck^tes. 



PImm SMid the ifwra chockod b«low: 



□ WM4.10-WML tOOKCMI O MMTS SPOm 01 HOMY 
m«^ MtomaO^ CAMNfr (IM) ..PmimIIjOO 

□ OMMN TCXM, SMD O Nm 
{Mil iMlMntljOe taf 

Q AtMWOM SMAOf UNIIS «ii lHM»4Mpf««aMMil 

1^ ^UWk ^kv ^^^ ^^rf ^^^v 

0^1) MIWH9M 



SUIWMA1O0AV 
fXi. Urn. t%$, MokM 



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orr 



tow umi 

MAM mm ot «Mni uemr 



Suburbia Today^ September 1963 23 



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Hifll S rMSC UPi I 



^ikM t^ Mm^M IttffW^WW^ I^^M^^Ht 



a,! I ^^ III-, 11 I, ,fc|. ^ Jt^^^A 

wr 9^. HfippfQio nran 



fc^sin Holland. Scfid chsck y moray ordv to Dipt."!^ S-llLO. 
Ci)mpiny,B(»1580. N.Y. i7.Allwint i w Hlhi M i wwii i i far O i iwii ., 




DRIVE SAFELY 




TiMimtf 



Ov«r 10,000 

grocery stores 

now carry 

JET DRY. 

of your i H ah w iMh ^ 



WItolliito 
fw aM of 
eftetaflBTDlY 



Writ* Me»m0mlt$ 
hmbormtory, Ime,, 
B^t. ST », iM 
P^k AW0„ Ntw 





"Why, he's 
just a jyd!" 

How <rftM iMvs you MmigM ttMt 
iteut • PMw q| MnricMnm? To- 
dqr ovw^ hol f tno Si's «• imdtor 
25. . , nwnf sMMyfrani Monwtaf 
th« first tim*. Think j^atK 
i wwiM to tfwasyoiMn A i i nricw w 
to hava a U^ naarby. whara 
ttwra to wMM k^an abnoa- 
phwa of iMMMb tou^Atr and la- 
ina»on. Tha U80I1 ttiato raaa- 
Mianca tM Ma MalMCk iKMna 
caia that ttiay^f* tfwt. 




Do You 
LOVE 

HiQuse 
Plants? 

You begin from 

there, says the pro 'u!^^^^^ 

who keeps 2,000 of them flourishing 

at United Nations headquarters 
BY SAMM SINCLAIR BAKER 

M^MT sf "Mbacis 




spoils mMsttn. 




Vie dde$ae^ a^wuice to UN head^umers. 



'M 






rOOE THAN TNO kULLKm vytOTI t 

yoff we ow pfamto," nid Itm 
ttui^t teid gndraer at the inqxNds^ 
IMted Nittioiii haKkpiarten, '%» ttey 
teve to be k^ in tqp taaSkkm (Wfy. 
How do we de tt? We ||ve diem the tame 
cue yoa woidd at hone» otoepc oa a Uf- 
gss leak. Iff, a maXxx ol seraUe houw* 
ketpmg, fdBowi^ a few m^pk steps, mid 
keepi^ tu it wi»k after week." 

naney*! jmmd oamcBm&i u we wdked 
from one grpc^d diqtejf to uoihn' made 
it dear tbd Ae fintt rale a to love planls 
U« thdr bemity. ife went on to ^ off 
^ other buk poi^ ctf good i&nt ke^ 
ii% CO htt ^nilgr fii^en, Mvti^ at 1^ 
fteoi draab: **Pnq)^ wittering— enoi^h 

l^it — H"iBk W<y-— c^^nHiieit prot c c tioii 

--leedif^.'* He toished, "1^'s about tt." 
Sb( fii^»s' w(»th.. 

14 Sw^Ma TmieQP, September 1963 



Hie nort anpc»tuit sii^ pofatt in cv- 
n^ fof mdoor ptanti^ "Hh^s h(ml to ^ 
ctoan," he ixmfis^ *1M wu^ pliM 
tto^ln aic ifae to ii i ^ > fopK wirt»iii^ 
OHwDi' too fluich watoru^." 

How oftm Aoohi |oa wM» ptas^? 

"Tla^a the owpstioB matt nnale uk: 
di^ wutf a au^ fcNnnda. lliefe isn't ray. 
It mriea by ^w of |tott and nxm eootti- 
tioM. The imd fude h to s«dc the 
|tert» 1^ h go feon few to seven days 
ona the aol to ateott ifay, then water.** 

L^ ii uotter ^^qinrtatt tedw. 

"Beemne we teve ^e (firect fight fer 
piantti* die tRf boU^^ w« have aoidy 
fiA^ ^M thm^can five n^hont much 
Ikf^ WUdi fflief? nOodeodnm of muiy 
viri^ie^ dTKaeia, M|MHttr«, pmidattiii, 
sanevl»ia {tmSx ptafltsX, AdbnbaeUa, 
fi^ l^Kia, Md oA»i. PUod«Mtaon and 
dra»ena ue the d^)»ifaMes.** 

He hu Mnam iMm, b^iotam, and 
otter tno^t» btOQota^ on ^-flooded 
w^idow sib Md dio under i^clrie tarapi 
where the bnOM are (x^ abtxit a toot 
whow the top* of the phuis. U you like 
to ocpeiaMNM, try j^H towTflowering 
I^UMi the way he 6sm, onder lampa where 
the bidte are on 12 M mwe houn a d^. 
Widi a Ndld^t amount of artificial 1^ 
yoa atty be Me to keep them blocMnii^ 
in roo^ with ic^^ natond U^ 

"Uttk ol humi^ '» om ol <Hir 1^ 
tropes in groa^ ^aMs here," BUmey 
an^iwzed, "^ as in nu^ homes. Wh»^ 
ever p^sibl^ we set tte poll <iA mir 
|rii^B May ta their pMs) oa beds d petA 
CotMuMt OH page 26 



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HAVF YOU BEEN PRICED OUT OF 
THE HEALTH INSURANCE MARKET? 



ng hospitalization cost^ The rising cost 
probl nd if you had all-inclusive coverage your 

'rorknt' Diri ynu throw off the bu^^^^n of expensive, over-loaded 
niuru Lndii yuu cuuid afford . . .are >ou now unprotected? 



HERE AT LAST IS A POUCY THAT SLASHES 

THE am OF HEALTH INSURANCE. 
YOU MY ONLY FOR E^ENTIAL PROTECTION 

i» tf^ flirt ttM- WU can get MilatanHal prfih<ffHmi a» rnim^ngly buy infi,f 
Hiou^ Ae economy oi unique mass eiiioUm«it~aiid &e sarvice ftidUttes 
of ;«ur keal inmanw agmt-yt» can raodve llOaOO «w^ inomie b^ 
lilsfor as kxigasttie year-up to ^1300.00 while hospitalized -phis tia£Bc 
rad travd aocfaia^ deadi benefts of aaotiier |5300.00-at the incmUbty 
km cost ol on)$r ^JJO a nKmdi. 



MY $1.00 



pays first mtHrtfa's qoverage for YOU and EVERY 
^Bp&aAesA uaAm Age 65 shown on ai^lication. 

To introduee yiw to tUs woM^Mbl km cost cm^erage axxd so tiiat you can 
4)tein this pc^^ Md see fcv younelf Ae wbstantial income beasts you 
get, send ot^ |1^ You aad &uh hm^ memW (r^udhss <tf how many) 
MB insuied fo ONE FUIX MONTH! Mtm d»t, these low refpdar rates 
iq^y: ^^SO a moiMfa for &xh adult-llJSO a montli for eadi unmarrtod 
^pmdait undar ^8, «^ ^ts CHW-^ WMi^ l>en^« and fuU death beiM^t. 



PAYS THREE Bid WAYS WHEN MONEY IS NEEDED mOSTl 

$100 8 WEEK while hospitalized for accident Benefit period starts 
after third day and continues up to 53 wedcs. Income benefit for eadi 
acdfkut to- 15,300.00! 

$100 a WEEK while hospitalized for illness. Ben^ period starts aft^ 
third day and cmitinues up to 53 wedcs. Iuohim; boiefit b«r mck ill- 
ness to- $5300.00! 

$5,300.00 in CASH for traffic w travel death. You're insuied while a 
passmga- in autos, taxis, buses, ammerded td^ktes induding nan- 
tehedxAed ftgh^, railways, aiMl all ships and boats. You are ako 
inmred while driving (except as a paid diauffeur) any car, roital 
auto, laud or water vehicle. You are insiued if ymi are hit or run ovm 
hy»cuor any vdiide while walking. 

WHY THE COST IS L0W There's no my^ery about diis mnarkabl^ low |»ice 
policy. By eluninating poscmal sdling expense and relying mi ihs media (rf mass 
ocMhmunfeation, substantial savings are reaUzed-and passed cm to youl And by 
cutting out eiqpemdve aD-inc^isiw ben^ts ym are abfe to get substantial inccane 
protection at thu low, low rate! 




OCMimUtE THESE FEATURES 



■ Fm^ md IniMdud cootngt M 
oiMzAi^ Imp ootl. 

■ Wtdfy iROMM fe ei M^ paid in 
cvh to yov or mmont fom do^piete. 

* You mo f i o tott td jof boti* ride- 
nm of^mMHg mdmol^oiiti oemr- 
f^aft^po^kkmud. 

■ Pay* in odrfMon ^ <my group or 
MMdoolovamo^ youmm^hatoo- 
Indudkig WMfaMMi'* Con^afiasMm/ 

* 3 d^ tMndmfkm ooat ageing jmh 
oMoH MXHifa lAt doe^cMk footmv 
Vied in mOo ee^km hmumi ce. 

" fr^ttu^oflmi^onddo€fy>r. 



■ Co«toenimtffWMtf^^f)ayinenft.(Ji 
montiia'prondfumkiadottncepamojor 
om jtM yiw.) 

" D^ and nig^ cooorage onywhere 
kt^to world. 

■ Wea% iaoHi^ benefit oro FREE 
of Foderd Income Taxe$. 

■ No ttmit on mmbor of Mm«t hot- 
pikMud. 

* Op^oryM^ rermoabls by compa^ 
. . . MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! 
If not 100% toH^od rotum poUcy 
uMiki ton da^ for p ren ^um reftmd. 



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FEW UMITATNN|ls Suk^, self-toflictod injuries, war, rest cur^, dental 
woric, pregua^, hkaay or iU^d act sudi as drunk driving, piloting planes, 
f^^fA conte^ fimA motorcyding and pre-existing on^itions are not colored. 

WL IN AND MAIL APPLICATION WITH $1.00~TDDAY! 

V ym think it li Ugh tin^ tibat stnneoiM cut die cost of insurance— ACT 
AT ONCEt Skjra^ $aA aodd^its don't pidc and dioose-and diey ahrays 
^He finaneial hmUiipl 

H BENEFICIAL 
INSURANCE OROLIP 

Itntance of ^ky siikjiet to final form appnml by Insurance Department o/ 
ym' suue, TUt ojjfer is oalid in your state only if such approval is given. 



AmJCATMN FOR MOMOUAL OR FAMILY FOUCT— MAIL TODAY 

li" f"^**!^.^^-^ I* !>■)""*"* ^ *"* "°^'* inxnncs- 1 mdwstend tint tlw policy sppUsd lor is aot 



NAMB 0# *m.lCANT 



inXA^ PHIMTI 



BATB^BMITN 



IONS 



■TAIm 



FMIIIY 



vounoNKioeoyBi 






-MIOOUt NAMM-LAST NAM! 






■SN^^CIAIIV RKLAnOMmtlP 

Nsw yw or My nwator HrtM racoiwd 
OKjf modioli or lo^al MtoMien wMin 
tkt ^it 3 yoori? D Yos* O No 

To tko Iwit <rf yoor Inoiirfodn aad Mief 
it aadi of tto reowiwrs Nstod now ia pied 
Mm mifmt^ p^fsicai ht^rmnt? 

D t«s D Ho* 



*ffiw MOO tf maaibor, drtiNt, cflw^ drt« oad wiMthw now fuliy racovmd.. 



I uNdsrMMd Mo policy does net cover con«tiORS origkurtod prior to its oMcttw drto. 






•MNU- 



Mrt yoor pynoiit te loiyHcirt hnoraRCO &eiip. 756 SonMi Spring Street, Lw Angeies 14. ColHomia. Under- 
wittwi bjf m Moiiinf iRMnnce cerrin occordh^ to mored's s^ of resMonee. 

alJSS^f^iJ'W*' '"*• ^ 'T«*- *^'^' "<*•'' ^ *«»•« W, CmMomia (Form 2-804) 
FidoHty htorrtrto We Ins. Co. ML, N.CJ, Fiiilwletaliia 2, PaanMmta fFom 5404) 
a VenBORt Acctdoflt Ins. Co. (Vt. Ms., Ilja IMMTyim 
a BeaeMM ^sndird Ufo Irs. Got eni.T. Of.YJ. Nwf York 17. Now York ffom MIW 
g ^i^.lbMaal Ufo Jm. Co. OUm., NJJ, ORMka 14, Nobrssha (F«« 8IW 
a Bengal taidvd Uh las. (^ Ml oMr sMn). Us /tagelts 14,'tslifernia (lirni 1-804) 
to n^lMfml^r trWi ttie AMriean apMcy ^rstM, aiqr li«»»«0 Msumice itent or brotar m^ soMt ttii 
ippiiotion to you to one of tte Am componte at m extoa dnna to you. 



Nli«40«.A 



"fif^' 



House Plants 

most ciweied wtt « tt^M^ «f umxAt nuad 
sUHies for bwu^. We wJt ^ p^ m^ eveiy 
few days, so diat mx^re mra wwurt Ae ^Mi. 

evtry week '• 4HH^^I^ 

thing to do at home, too.^ 

And at hoatt yon am |ria(% the po^ over 
shatow tnys coMaini^ wtier. IM doftH te tte 
bcrtUMM irf the pots M^tiuBy irtMd In wMer, w 
irfanto will get "wet feet" aad tnMbte. Tnys fd 
wabct on ratfiatiNi tko wffl jxoiMe hi^ii^ 
that's pxtd teth for i^Mtti md for jmt. 

-Wc try to d«ui the fo^ie ewry Ti^k,'* be 
cmtiniMd. **We use a biKlatM <rf weak m t e cti c i de 
with a nk»ti)w l»se and f^o^ off te kav^ n- 
cluding the ^ooves where l«ves aod touicha 
joifi the rtalk." 

That's inqiartam at home, too. %m^B ofi 
plants about once a wttk fx daa with uA 
tebtles— with an dd drnn^ \ma^ for in^ance. 
Spray with a mild imectictde at ray ^ ot metiy- 
Iwp, aphids, or (Mher inlets; it Mi^ takes ! 



41^^^ Ite food in UN i^i^i^ h ga^ 
tlw mrt i^M are M Me. 
**^We dont iNd hm^," Mmv Mq^Nd, 

mi |rt ^flAy M ttM ira haw to ntt 1m^ too 
c^^ ex worn, we Mit wtt a ^ mA a^tfWk 
Wh« iw do fle^ «w wi wM^><«o^Al ^M 
food, a^i^ tt u we wMer A^^^ « fete M- 
tt^od to a tt»k.** 

Hm, too, is ^ick, ctera, and eMy to <to tt 
hone. Mix a vmUt s(^lk» of tohMe ^wt food 
u wMer rad aoilr te aot wUh a iaa^-aoui 
eu4lM ^|Nma tt» iMwn. Par ^M» htoMH w 
iowmrl^ pM^ ^y ewy tiro or ^[iee Mdn. 
It <»i wuta i imri^d dfwence m btoon die 
as wettuqw^ky. 

"When roots b^Moe too ©cmded," Uui^ 
cxNitiau^l, **we repot in GMt^^n, m^ m tadh 
or so wvfer in cboiMs. B^^^ hMne «hh|^ 
repcK to a mo^^^et aNMHbi^, wMA » M. 
Abo» irith iow^^ ptaM^ yen get loofc htoopt 
if ro^ are a Ittti^ crowded. 

"When we tta vafeuMe ptaMy w often ww 
seme leavn whh § f^ ladies ef Mm, p^ Aen 
in jars two-tUidi ftffl of wiMr, Md add • flew 
cbuiks ci chuowl to 1a«p 0m witter nreM anl 



cicin. in a gMnth w ^te mm tew deMkfed 
«ra^ jwc^ jp^^ to pmv te» beuMd iw» 
^am, A^^# MM ito^rt at taM." 

A^ 1^ 'torn Wmaft ptOtaA advise, tfy- 
am ^n fc^ tevte fAmtt iHVfV M teoM. 




"DM ytm put &M Mm 
'd$trWe back 0i cm^?^ 





s, 



i^jt^Unkf ii^eJ^ 6^mSe^ 





HfnteCofiMtod 
by Mrs. Dan i 



Kyiip if.«rii4 minj 



itanAwM ^mirim, 



wrtttan by wann and wonderful mottiw^ 
none ptoaae mm mora than thas*: ^% 
baby look* like th« Gwbw Baby.* te- 
c«M0 I fika to Ihink the Qeiber ^^ 
h«a a ^Mcial tonMlMnQ that b^ma 
to all bdiiM who ara tovod. tt Hgte i4» 
th«<r aye*. It sings out in Ihair rfri^Q 
faces. It spaaki soil% of mmm aoeiif^f 
...proof poeittva of a Nwpy haoit 

Ym, i««* b Hi* slraiit MMft mmm^j^ 
miracles nottring else can. VMma ymi 
tove a baby you wrap Mn ki a a^ 
tfiat will warm him a whole Me thrautfh. 

Mediart oUan wfMe to ask if «Ni CNtbar 
Bi^ ia a boy baby or a girt b^. \M^ 
our littte charmer was conceived n^ m 



• ha or aha, but a repraaantativa Uay 
...tfiabaauUful kind ail molhaia have. 

mum *a Osfber Baby fin 

to Owbar adwarUeamanta ovar 80^ ysarp 
ago, mottian by the seora began wrfting 
IM lifMrinti of the littla sketch. (Matter 
ef ImH; the vary papal«i% of 4ia pic- 
Iwa prompled Iha deeWen to uea the 

bd^ as ths Qarbar tradan 
WMkA Nka a print euilaMa for riam;: 
Juat s»nd 10$, to cover costs, i 
G«tiar Baby Foods, D«pi 04»O, F/^ 
mwit, li^M^Ni. 

Tad^Ti ^ O ai h a f Beby w iiiuiv owi 
J«^ a tamoue tradamafk. H haa baeoma 
tfia ^mbd of the spaoMieta wtw da- 
voto aH thsir anargias to tha moat im- 
portant people . . . your baby and all 
bd^s. Their aliarts mtm navar*anding 
in behalf of batter infant nutrition. From 
r^aarch, tit through processing and 
ftHl pacldng, Hm peopla who prepare 
your baby's food look upon the Oerbar 
Miy ae their epeeiai rapraeantativa for 
Qwbar^^^. 





i «^Aw prapWM over ISO biri»y fooda-^MM^ irtn^ed a^ 
r-to maM^^ baj^s mitrWenal naade. W^ie pwKl to mg: 

$am6km BiAm^.^.oupi ONUf BtrnMrnM*** 







'ribbean Cruise 



\CaiamMd trmn p^ 3t 

dve cr^ <rf thf^ to eo(A M^ hdp tun t^ ^^)^ mtu^ 

Xund M«^M L^iKW on ft. Lmu ^ • bi^ ^wn^ 
eo the OteMMttMi n «<ter to UUa in mm m^. 

His idea Mtt • food ow, Bs w# ifeat an i^iestii^ day 
Miofkelu^ on Ma^ot*s r^b and iMt^ the two aew^ 
bitiit inn m ^ dnres <rf tMs ^Mve^ndt toito. Then 
I quiet n^t ^m^ took m to tlw litde '^ni ot B^iua 
H the OmmAm. Ca|X. €briitfan and his native flnt 
mte, Etem^ Mod Witt(^i|L and ive jt^ lOQwUy, li^ed 
% the ^^ ao^M of a d^%der ufl. 

IIk GieoaA^ are Iwver and mwe ban«n than the 
l^r ts^dte q( te Lener Ai^fei. Om legend hu ^em 
a the peaks ^ tte dioiraed ooi^eat ^ Athuttb, and 
Adr od(% 1^^ hmwn Mil, ^|e4 and steep, do took 
m Om^ 0m«m cmM tanber acn»t th^. 



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'E vnrr m wkul$c touk days ^ritii^ Beqwa (they 
IHonoipoe tt Be^-wee), ToIm^ Ca^ IMm, ^ 
QHTtacou iiAft p^fe^ MdUng over ^ calm Mue wrten 
MIe the ree&, «^ the SK»l^i^ was Oe b»t we tow 
iw wen. I i^umlb& especially m und^witor led ct 
tma^ dM^ie and odw, ^eoHi^ wtth flA (rf aU sfc»s, 
iifa, 1^ ^^ ttat lay in di^iNr mrter jiM off a \mm- 
iM cun« of w^ umi tmach, dazzUi^ in its i>ui%. 

& bri^t tai ds w^ e(ri<» that it v^ecte cm Urn white 
udtoides (rf sea Urib soadng owri^ad, turmng tl»m a 
M^ Mnipiofae. At auMet, telaa^ fr(»i a kN^ day td 
Mx^nnb^ Md ^^ori^ the tech in MMhmk'% 
$1^; wtmmi$m rad^it ud mtt^ed the play <tf 

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^euJiii^ nmt^^mmm in Uit warm Uue utoterr 
ff 7oNfo C^s, n^mt t/u snotkM^ is imsurpassed. 

dawb o^r the ykm^ to the w^wanL When the colors 
Med from the Ay, there wunt a 11^ to be seen m any 
AectMo, and te mfy souwis were tbc hnn oi the trades 
teifh the f^i^ mA the lap-lap of waves on om hull. 

At the Old irf te Awr days, Canriacou (^ered a paitial 
Mm to civiii^^ and s«se breadi-taking views bom 
hi lUs. Airi Oi^ada seined Uke a metnapoils when we 
nrtved, after the kst IhUe mO, in the lovely lamDocked 
inbor of St. Geofge'a. The wtferbont is lined wtth busy 
Aepi, and there is eooMmt auttMiKrtrite tn&c akng tlK 
W ud mi^ aMive mrft in tite haib<». 

A odyi^ ^^ sevsu^d ns ihirii^ our forew^ eve- 
atag ashore, nd ow knt #BVie ol the istan(b was durii^ 
ts hour's tttd lide to die ^port duoogh the lush vege- 
tal of pfan^to^ §tMf p^mmd by nu»ses of the 
fl*M we Itaam as wurila. 

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ORIGINAL-" PARTY SNACKS 

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aiKl hCHS d'oravTN. It \nbigt out the flavor that Mnp you die complinttute. Imist 
on Lea & ^rrins — the ortgbid, genuine Worcester^ire Sauce. 

NEW! Free 48-fwge "Be (^^aal" code hook ci 100 new, ocitiag lec^et, 
inchiding macks and draens of aether knds of dfaftes. Wrte to Lea k ^srrias. 
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MK*B of Civil KN^te Lei^eUti«B 
Is Thero a "Deal" Mth Caetro in the forkwr 
nw taeliiosB Oetleek Nov: All Uvm f^UA lip 
Li^BC tlw ftr ouai wB rt i for tiM '64 fniaign. . . 

IRqr Keee to tke Meeaf h>o aad Cwi 

l%« Crieie Hieed rorHtti^fterlweMl Sdw^to 

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CiUea ia O.S. I^e BQetaiea Xe Baet 
"Itoal" wei^: Who Oeta Mnre, Wbe Seta Lmm 
Hew tlw '^64 Aatee Vlll Be Chaivad 
Ariteia'a ^qr Sendala — Mnre to Coaaf 
MevlSiBrMa Com-t l^iaiww Have Qiani^ U.S. 
^eel Sattleaeat: Meuiat for Other lataetrioe 
la tiw CeU War W-tii WaeaH Itov to Eaaar 
l^t to Bveet f»8 Coagraaa in Mat 6 ItoAs 
IbMlal felloe M^ad ^e Ir«i (^rtaia 
Ug-City Gtiam mi the Ittae: What 'a Gom Ih-oogf 
Now the fw Wri^^ T«ra foegh — 
Welfara Sp«Mliaf: Mil It gqaal D^eaae eoeta? 
Reaaone My BBeiaea e Beeaa ia Wi^ lor^e 
iBqr Toittg Haple Vfewe a Sbwtaga ^>dM»a ^ 
Mr^-OMtrel noa for Hotbere m Relitf 
Mat Too ^oold ISaen /Sboat MmmOm TaeeiMO 
7 Signa of a Boob Ahaad-i^r BiHtaeea 
Paderal SpMdiag — WbwM Cnte Ctwld te Made 
So AaorioMW Owe fee MBMM^Jhir^ffiGiala Worry 
itet BBOiaaee Umlkwm S^ ilhead t«t Bm^mm 
De Gaalte*e Precnai toe a Noolear PerM 
IMit Komedy Ze ftvaiaiag to Ceatral jyMNrioana 
nat "Haw Bra" ia U.S. Pwraijpi Aid Will Mean 
KMqra — TribaT Ufa moA Self Aile. 
ntm White Houaa Attitude •tommrd mUMam 
Aa^ioa^e Oviadliiv Hor<iiaat Mwine 
(^MCM ia NATO. . .Str«M[tha and 
Itow UtiMB Haadie Ih^r Mniey 
S^to ^ata tiM aof Ho^a to «.a in '64 
Natienalisa: Naa Straia on Rte^AKdieT'o Bvira 
V,S. laooMB, at Reoerd UvelB aad StiU Riaiag 
Mew Stntf^y for Naadiag Off Steikee 
Polioy Chufoe la eoraaigp that Mtt9CtV.S. 
PMticAdes: What .^'a Seienoe AdviMro Say 
mat Paopla Arm Deii« Kith Ibair SaTi^p 
1^ the a»rtaca of Po ctor a. . . ? 
nr^loa? X Millii» How Jdba ia Next 10 Teara 



50. la the RmI SetiM Ipoa Hew La^ag Steaa.. .r 

51. CMaimiete* Neat mm ia Latin AmtIoo 

52. nMl«Coi*iiter A^ Aist Aaad: Itait to B^eot 

53. Ml^tha SaaU SuiUMM ' t teawdy im »64...r 



U.S» K^ k WOfB^jnPQRf daesi't stop oi^^ it 
has nqpwi^ed iMit htm ht^vmmA iAkfiim mwm^ It 
i^«s \mpmsA^^mm iwat otlM^ aaw motm^ l^ve 
off . Ite editors reoi^nise that tte fai<^B we nMur 
Fiunit mmiv tiiMS are mly eohoes of dai^ moA vital 
etmigaa ttet hawe atei^ed into jwtion. 

So tJ»y dUs beiMttth the Iwadliiws muS^ briii; 
rwk thMi ml story ^ the nevB. IftatVB ^wstng it 
to hapi^. How i^wE^iat it is. Ite« It tMU jtf f eat 
tte way jmx live, work, plmi, save, invest, iad 
rtMt to Mq^eot oast, Teu mnb sae i^ so aany 
i^idai^p in faet, «b11 this "tlM aost taportast 
Ji^iasine of isll." 



W^ not try reading U.S. HSI^ k WOn^ fOSWSt 
r^pilarly for a while, taoA find out la^m wmok it 
oan help jou in yo«ur teasiWMis §(ai p e r sa a al 
planning? It w<m*t cost you a pemiy unlMa y«or 
trial eonvinees you ^hat here is lai amitlng new 
kii^ of infonMition servioe you e«i*t a^M^ to be 
without. / 

P^ w mm 

SiJ9ly sail ttp eoupon. It will brij% y^ the 
n«ct tSi weekly isnws of U.S. WSHS k IKMliD ISB^tT 
for tlM !h*ial INibBeri^iMi jj^aa of o«^ |8.9f 
(a substantial savii^). Yraiaeada*t smiAmar amey 
n«i <— we'll be/gli^ to bill y^ }ji^ar. And yeu> 
umiey wiU be eheei^ally iNifuoded at My tlMr 
during t^ar Trial Subsori^ion if the i^icasi^ 
does i»t liva'm^ to your highest wapaetatioiui. 

ttim you h&v iwthing to lose by Milii^ tte 
eoupon — and we sinoerely believe you have a 
great deal to fpain. But do sail the Trtel 
Subsari^ion.4P«i9«» WNV — every isiua imi Him 
tmy be eostlj^ yott iwra ttieaa y^ft realiiM. 

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-TUNNEL MAY 
OFFSET FAIR LOSS 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Cliesapcake Bay Sridge-Tumiel 
lyatoctcd to help the state offset the loss of tourist ^iness to ^ 
IMpPt Fair in New York next year, member* at Ae Vii^faia 
TnkVel Council were told here during its autumn ««fere^. 

Mana^ng Director Robert F. Nelson told Ae group dwt 



Vireinla may Um «a much as 35 
ye its regular touriat bus- 

taMt> i-Q ^e ^ but ad<ted ihe 
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^oti amteg over to air waiw 
bcm ^^nla BtMb's Radk) Sta- 
ium ^mO» tev« « ^nffiar i^ 

&M* *^^z^ bmne." 

BA GlMza ud ^\^m Tte- 
iMk Imk jmocurted wiih tlM ^- 
^Ml ^tU re^nt oxniM. wire 
wileemid tedc to to mio^teme 

^Mp tafeet ons to anGaiu> 

aid I^NBM i<M&m tma noon to 

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]«K)ilPCXJC-— Oeo^ I. Wil- 
tco^Q^^ Mor^^ Seryic- 
i^ Ox^. tea bieen ei^^e^ presi- 
de! (tf ^ Jfotfotk C%ap^ <rf 
IMomd (M» Management As- 

Crihar (^icen irwiude M. Sut- 
t#A Cuter, F. S. Royster Ginuio 
<^, turn, viae ptmSm; WiUiam 
I. Meym IV, Omimerce Clcar- 
m0mmt wcood vke pr^id^t; 
Nm Hm Martm, Tidewat^ As- 
a<mi*B ol Cnm MaQagwnem, 
tm^m^maA Peter A. Prkna- 
^fm^ SCM Owp., 'u^asurer. 



sidered by the Travel Councfl to 
be to second i^tteat tniriatf; 
lui%. 

A $200,000 adftrUsing cam- 
paign wffl be launtod when the 
brldg«-tunneJ \qwns next March, 
TJ» VTS's H^w^er Regional 
Committee wiU adverUw thta 
um'* tourist a^ets m outlined in 
a TO^tge f^^iUty study pre* 
pared by Dr. E,.V. Bowden, for- 
nw Old DomialOT C«aiege ecoiw- 
ml^. 

BtHvden'j Mwly M^bs that Ti<jte- 
water "has a MrtinMion of tour- 
i^-44tot^in| a:t8«ts wjiich is 
^e(M»nd to mm." 

■Ti^v^er, as defined in the 
survey, includes Norfolk, POTta- 
moum, Virginia 8ei<^ ClMsa- 
imtoi to Fmbuula, Eas^n 
Shore and muob <rf Nanaemo^ 
County. 

TlMi ^veitisi]^ cami»ign would 
bring in an wldittoMl $40 million 
muaSy in touriit doUan, to 
ahidy tadicates. 

"We mu^ omKOim to World 
Fair Ic^ t>y de^^ing mw mxr- 
(xs of ttsvel kKU^aem," Nelan) 
said "We jdan to do ihls by whi* 
we call 'ahjoiMdiod^ng'-^lllng 
^ip'to lair ean't offer. (kNid 
examples are »M water 



and otor attt^ctioAs of M^t 
to specialized groups." 

During to Thurwiay and Fri- 
day Bweting, held'at The C^valm, 
tftecM en^wua was put on to 
new fedtttd progran^ ain»d M 
major expan^on of recreation 

fielson %id tot 2,000 farms in 
Virginia taive ah^ady been coit- 
vortaj to recr«itional use tlvougi 
to federal ptogmn. 

Ttie fovemimiA is helpii^ fn- 




Iteart Grouii 
Spending Up 



NOBI^I^ — The Tidewater 
Heart ^na^tion has anrnwnc^ 
that to Anfriean Heart A^Mta- 
tion Witt ^Mnd' apfMroxinut^ 
$4-mUUoh in to twdve meoto 
tegiaaiv^ Jufy 1, 19^, to wp- 
poi4 362 Kie^ific ^dMs in to 
field of imtft ai^ blocN! vusel 
disuses, 

A^xq^ng to IHnil K. Mergto, 
Ereokl^ Director of to Tide* 
water Sl^ AuocaaUon, im of 
to id^ nudbef «f felldii^^ 
and i^ts rep%i^it coitflmta- 
tlons qt suoptnt tnm previous 
years ted 72 n^^ avrard^ 

Sitate «Ml locil Heart Ai^ria- 
tions are ^^etod to speiMi In 
exress at ^mlHion more for re- 
search In the owning year, hring- 
ini the tot)d 1968-64 re^an^ to 
|10-milllim dirfbrs. 

The Tide«^ito' H«at Aasocla- 
tiw sends to §t«te ami tf^iMcbftl 
W% of fy^ coUected and in 
addition m^seUbaie $7,000 for 
)mA reaaMeh M to Vnivi^^y 
HmpUal, Cterlo&tesville, Vii^a 
and $7,000 to the MedioJ Co^e 
of Virgin^ Ho^i^, RielMmmd, 
Virginia. 

(|vic League 
Plans ^pam 

POWr 0» WO(M)&-The Pdnt 
0' Woods Civic League met laat 
wmk at EMteim Shore Chapel on 
I^^kin R(»d «id plans f<v a pio- 
^wn w@« f»3Mei^d by 9b», 



Auction Bv^eds Benefits Children 




Proceeds from to Vit^nia Beach Rotary Ciub's recent auctini was coattibuted to to Cere- 
l»al palsy Training Ctaiia in Norfolk to cover S-mwith expenses ol to special Kfaod bus that car- 
ries local yooi^tera to th& center. Rotary President Willhun J. Dekker (left) and Andre Evans, 
chairman of to mf^led children committee, present to check to Mrs. Sebrell Jcriuuoa, secretary 
of the United Cei«brtd Palsy of Virginia and transportation for Virginia Jteach. 



VB Blvd. Claims ri 




Victim 



T^ l^guf unaninK>u4y adopt- 
ed tl^phm. 

BSertkms for rl^eordhig and cor* 
iiNp(MMa4 se^^ms were h^. 
Mm. Ifany C. Richards w^ elect- 
ed oorrei^KH^tng and iMrs. ^is 
r. ftwj^, recwtdlng. 

M. C. M«fl»te^, heautification 
chairsun, ^>oke on "Care of 
hama and Shnih^iy fmr to 
Cwniag Winter." 

A meetk^ was Md f^ to 




mote to trend by transferring joff^^ h«Md of directors and 
much of tts owned land from coownMiteeehahTOen Monday ni^ 



oti^* \m» to to control of recre- 
ational flgencSes. « 



at to Thin^ibird Bowling 
Lanes. 



CHINESE CORNER— Thomas R. Petty, 30, founder of to 
Kill's Grant Civic Lea^ie, was killed inslantly Friday night in a 
coUttion <n Viifmia B^h Boulevard. 

TIk «xi(tettt o<^irred at <Me of three openii^ in to medkm 
stnp whidi to city is in to i«Dcess c^ cioitag to preveitt craves. 

WSft ^4vtt^ 
east on to Ji^e%«rd at ^loot 
10:30 p.m. when his auto strwk 
to sicte (^ a car driven by Wal- 
t« Wayne Jones, 18, <rf to 5000 
Bhxk of J3m Drive of Nwfolk. 



Jaffe Hits Top National Blood Donor Mark 




Jones' had pulled onto to 
Boulevard from Clearfield Rc»d 
and stopp^ at to median strip 
waiting to tmn into to west- 
bound kne of traffic, police ^id. 

JoQ»* car was ri];^)ed into two 
pieces by to crash. 

Safety Bureau Chief Reewra 
Johnson siaid the median optm^ 
where the two c^rs coUicted had 
been sdieduled to be closed to 
tr«l^ today. Two otor open- 
ly in to median strip v^re 
closed last week. One of tose 
^^s the scene <rf an earlier traffic 
fatality last January. ^ 

Two passengers in Jones' car 
were seriouslv iniure<l* Airman 
Donald E. Driskill, IS.^and Lin- 
da J. Altman. both of Norfolk 
were admitted to Pwlsmouth Na- 
val Hospital widi serious mjuries. 

Jones, who was knocked un- 
conscious in the crash, was 
olaced under observation at De- 
Paul HosBital. He \as hem 
characd with m«inslanc^te»- The 
crash was inve^igated by Officer 
Leo Palmer of Virginia Beach 
l^ice. 



Hairy I. Ja^ <d Virginia Bsi^ Aows tte number of ^t tMOm he has fllM (80 in all) 
to<Niil to Aram^ R^ Oim BloDd Prqpam— a rectMd Am mal^s htm to fuA kncnm permm 
in Anwrica to diMMs 10 f^^om. He wUl re^i^ a ckation ukImi by Itep. Hxnus H. lW&% at 
a spicftl cereoMN^ FrMiy at S p.m. at to Ato B. Shefwrd Qvw C^M^ duri^ to R^ Crou 
BtooAnrtHfe vi^ titt Mme thy te wUI ^ be hoKx^u an wtsteidi^ Khnidu by to C^^ 
IMttiM of KiwaMi Cfabs, a 4-sttte «ftttet»n nm^Bf tae ITi^a^y tocM^ &Otfdfcy. 



Children's Home 
Seeking Funds 

VHlGiraA KEACM— Residents 
of Virginia B^Si were acted to- 
day to give genCToualy to ifte 
ChUdren'* Home Society of Vir- 
glnk if they have noi done so al- 

"The ^n^al^A is makii^ ^o- 
gresi," Mrs. R. Umon mm, Jr.. 
chamnan, expkined. "But many 
hav« n^ yet n»le thefar eoiMHbu- 
tioiv. 

"K ta^s 30 Uttto time lo wx^ 
a chedt nd imU tt to me," tbi. 
Wm saM, '^ your ^ en 
tama ao mwh to a hnmnlriMi 
diiid. 

"these kakm need he^>-^ow. 
not nort yen-. i%Kung a hAn^Ms 
Mxy in « ^od teBM <»n ^Mia 
^ Mttn U^ and 0ve Ite a 
dmI i^mm to ^ow vp m ywr 
vwm mmm fb." 



three accidents in Virginia Be!u:h 
Friday ni^t, thirteen erf them on 
Virginia Beach Boulevard. Most 
<rf to accidente wei% minor in 
nature and oocwned as fo(^»lI 
spectators foug^ rain and slick 
roads. 

In Chesapeake, three pers<ms 
were injured as they drove to a 
foMOtoll game at Prii^ras Anne 
Hi^ School. 

Tlie car in whidi toy were 
travelling collided with a truck 
cm Blackwater Drive aai High- 
way 726 at aAxwt 7:15 p.m. 

The injured were William E. 
Bishop, 19, of Chesap^e, Da- 
vid R. Mites, 19, al«} of Oiesa- 
peake and Geraldine Lupton, 17, 
of Route 2, Virginia Baedi. 

Bishop who was driving to 
car, suffered a broken leg and 
head injurtes. He was admitted to 
Norfolk General Hospital where 
his condition was list^ M<mday 
as "poor." 

Miss Lu|H(m suffered cuts and 
bruises and was treated at the 
h(»pitel and released. Miles also 
was treated and released after 
treatment for cuts and bruises. 

Miss Lui^on and Miles were 
passeneers in to car. Thev were 
on their way to to footoll aame 
between nincess Anne Hi<^ 
School and Great Bridge Hi^ 
School. The ^me was played at 
Princess Aniie High School. 



Cliamber Gives 
Support To 
Track Plans 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Executive Board of to Virgini* 
Beach Chamber of Comment has e&dors^ to 1 i^-mite ^rtock cat 
racetnu:k prc^>osMl for PriiK:ess Anne Borou^, Exi^nitive I^rectcr 
Roy LaMere saM M(mday. 

The Oiamber is to secxMid large wganizatitm to mdor^ to 
$1,286,000 project/ within a 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Princess Anne Business and Pro- 
fessional Wmnen's Club ot Vir- 
ginia Beach has {xesented to 
new General H(»pital of Virginia 
Beach a. ch^k to be us^ to buy 
an E.K.G. macjime. 

ITk {Hcsentetion was macte by 
to president, Mrs. Doris Mc- 
Kinfiby to Hospitel Administra- 
tor W. Eari Willis when the 

hsi wek at Pn» frw Im. 

Gue^ sp^tor t<x to meetuu 
wa^ City Maiager W. RutMsfl 
Hatchett who ouoiaed to growtii 
oi to new city. 

Also intnKlu<xd was Misi 
Slianm E. Jouk, reci^«it d to 
club's annual SchoUr^i^) Award. 

Miss JcHies, to daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd foots c^ 
443 Pinewood Drive, Linkhom 
Park, is a graduate of Viri^btti 
Beach High School and is wyw 
attendii^ Retford College. 



week 

The Vlrgina Beach Automo- 
bile Dealers Association voted 
in favor of the track at a mwtii^ 
Friday. President Gene Meekins 
said at that time he believes t^ 
track would be an <rff-season 
tourist attraction, boost land val- 
ues and aid business. 

LaMen was eqwily enthusi- 
astic about to trwk. 

PTO'Footbdl Sladinn 

"The 50.000 • seat stadium 
G(Mi}d' provide us with a |rf»» 
for ]»t)fesRional football," he 
said, "and that would bring p«>- 
nte from all over the country to 
VirgniM Beach ... we could fill 
our motels every week-end." 

He al» point^ out that if pro 
fenthsU and stock car races were 
held here the beach would bene- 
f»» frcwn millions of dollars worth 
rtf advertising on STX)rts pages 
thrf>*inhA«t ithe roimtrv. 

berlnireccMtinl 

tluit wovM tevc RMriM ia 



Local ACS Unit 
Sets Meeting 

VIRGMIA BEAOI— The Aar 

nual Meeting of to Virginia 
Beach Unit of to* American 
Cancer Society will be held S^. 
25 ait 7:30 jn. at to Cavalier 
Yacht and Golf Club. 

The "Duteh Treat" dinner wffl 
be open to wives and husbands of 
volurrteers. 

Lay and medical candidates far 
to Boaid of Directors and new 
officers will be etected and awuds 
to out^anding volunteers aiKi Cru- 
sade workers will be. presented. 




to Iwtt MM invni 



beoNHe we Mat hun mtfik 
anOag amdty. TUs pro- 
UMNd stmum irodd srive 
flat prokleiB.'' LaAfere mid. 

nans for to racetrack, to 
<mly one (rf its kfaid in Virgmia, 
were revealed last week at a 
raeelii^ of to City Plttnhig 
Commission by track agent 
Douglas I. Shelton of Colonial 
Realty Co. It b prop(»ed for a 
350-acre,site at to iwrtheast 
comer of ftiiK^s Anne and 
Sandbridge Ro«is ami wmild in^ 
clljde to concrete stadium, an 
oval asphalt track and over 180 
acres of parking space. 

A request few rezonmg that 
would peitnit construction of the 
track on that site met some op- 
position on the basis that to 
■^aU^ would decrease property 
values. 

Time Rn^Bv Oat 

The Planning Commission's 

recommendations will be sent to 

ICtfv Council at a ftiture meeting 



but Shelton said that tinie u run- 
ning CHit if to tr^k is lo Im built 
here. 

'We hope that to Ptannii^ 
Commissiim will exp^te tfaw 
d^ision as sotm as possibte be- 
cause to deadline for making 
race ei^agements for 1964-tt 
ends October 31," he said 

Constroctton mi to triKsk, '4 
ai^roved by City C^uKil, m0 
get underway this fan ami rai^Hg 
w(wld begin i^^ year UKter Mb- 
ticMul Association ot %ock Cat 
Aut<Hnobile lUKii^ (NAI^AR) 
sanctimi. 

"Whetor anycme likes stock 
car racing or n<«," LaM«e said, 
"they should tKJt be ooomed to 
this proi«^. They iAmwM con- 
sider tV mwnv benefits It would 
hrin* Virptnia Riach. I ho*»e to 
wionniiiff Cr^nutti!«siAii ainl Cllv 
'^oMfw'i will c(^uder these 
thin^i." 



^nv Tiiilif gfrlnl 




CONSTITUTION WEEK PROCLAMATTON 

WHEREAS, Sqjtember 17, 1963 is notable as markii^ to oitt 
himdred seveiity-sixth aimivcrsary of the adoption of to 
Constitution of the United States of America by to Constitu- 
tion Ctmvention; and 

WHEREAS, To accord (^icial reci^nition to this memorable anni- 
versary, and to the patriotic exercise whidi will form a note- 
worthy featore <rf the occaskjn, seems fitting and proper; and 

WHEREAS, In accordance widi Public Law No. 915, to Pr^klent 
(rf the United States has issued a Proclamation designating 
September 17 tiirough 23 as CONSTTTUTION WEEK; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I. Frank A. Dusch, by virtue (rf to autority 
vested In me as Mayor of to City of Vii^nia Beach in ti« 
State of Virginia do hereby proclaim to week c4 September 
17-23, 1963 as 

coNsnrunoN week 

in to Qty ai Virginia Beach and ui^ all our citizens to f»y 
sp^ial att^tion during that week to our Fei^td Qm^ttutkn 
md to i^vanta^ of American Citizraiship. 

In Witness Ttoeof, I have heratntoset my haiul and causal to 
Seal <rf to City to be ^ix«l at Virginia Beach this <by c^ SefMnnb^ 
... in to year d our Lx>rd one tomsand nto hondnd sixty-three, 
arKl to independ»(% o€ to Untted Stat^ of Ameacta, to <x» 
buibed e^hty-sev^tii. 

FRANK A. DU9CH, 
Ifoyor 



Grammar Review 

Being Offered 
At Amidiib Base 



In hiformal, non-crodit cmu^, 
BASIC GRAMMAR RJBVIEW, is 
being offered at Little Creek Am- 
phibious Base, Norfolk, this fall 
by to University of Vh^ia's 
School of Generrf Indies, through 
ik Aan^ton Itoads Center. 

The course has been designed 
as a practical refresher coui% 
in basic English grammar. Empha- 
sis wifl be- given to the pn^j^* ap- 
plication of grammar in oral and 
wrtten work, both on the bu^- 
ness and professional levd and in 
ewryda) personal communirartlon. 

Oases will me^ on TTiursdays, 
beghming on Thursttay, SejHem- 
ber 19, at 7:30 P.M., Little Creek 
Ami^iihious Sdtool. Registration 
for toe course is being acc^ted 
I* to Hampton Roads <^ter of- 
fice, 120 THE MAIL. JANAF 
Slopping Center. Norfolk, tele- 
phone 855-2001. Classes will meet 
once a week, for two hours for 
a period of ton weeks. Tlie coat 
of to courae is $15.00. 

Miss May R. Knigil«is to in- 
rtnietor. Sit is an h^rucUv at 
^mtf I^ Sdiooi and received 
iMf maale's depee in In^^ish 
Bon ikds (WvsHiy. 



BAV<3fr»E — -Jfhe c^ <rf Vh-- 
••nfa Batfh 3i#Mitt1d «if»^w»i«« suf- 
nc^mt Hnd Mon? «iod hi0*i|iwi9 
imd T^ilTvi^ds to be set iwid* tor 
'ndiHWaJ fevdowwrnt, W. fk«d 
t^»ricwm#i. tifwddiwt <tf ^ 
'ndew»»«' VireftnUi l^i^cfOHii 
CwtnrCiMMl W«<toMiflsv. 

AddreoiTWf tfw Aiv^h^ V^i- 
ne-^nen's A«««eHkm 1^ the ! 
Hrive Inn. 15uckwoi^ 
that th« (^Wv win wne 
are»i fo rindujrfriiij vam "Imt M 
soon «« a few ^teHN tfvrt k the 
iweset^ are nnt ^ndtttriw tft in- 
dustrial dpvelonroent. a» feWfsd." 

PresijmMv. he w^ re^wrhw to 
to lidc d a wwtw ainnlv ^iclh 
would be ^nAid rt li^HMfe^ 
sit*»s. 

DiwkwOTth «W>fl(gp**d .«f!i.,taMd 
DUTchase* as "thi> taiv «wiv i^nt 
l^o ran J>»» iT>»fM ;ivtflf^l4> in in- 
comine manufacturH»«f arnl dWri- 
birtors st a T*w*ns»hte tvice wM>- 
out too mu<'h fhiHuation and at 
the satne timft from a xnteg 
standbo'Tit not this m#u«»trv vtoff« 
it '<! iweded ot can best be hand- 
led" 

He said locd indu^rial cmun^ 
tees wMiM do well not to woceeid 
too f»9t in seeku^ (wtside indus- 
try. 

It is e^^ier to exand exMing 
indu^rv than to start frooi begfah 
ning, he poinded «it. 



Berber Charfred 
With Burglaries 

VIRGBVIA BEACH— A twenty- 
year4)ld barber has been diar^ 
w^ six burglaries including to 
theft of a pistol and $800 in ca^ 
from to home of Ctty Akomey 
G«>rge Vak<» last June. 

The charge ynn plac^ Thur- 
day against Joseph R<x>aeveft Wtf< 
ren <rf Washin^on Ave., Virg^ 
Beach Bormigh. 

Police saki Warr^ urauld knock 
on a door and a^ for worir if 
anyone answered. If not, fMitee 
said, he ■smM e^or to lwm% 
usually by cutthig a icre^. 

According to p(diet, Wvxia 
took momy, jeweby ai^ tw^Bm 
valued M several ttnoand dMn 
in a %r»s of T&k4m at SM Madt 
I^»it nod ^sewtaeie. 

mawmarr^lbedUst.'mtktd- 
ter he <wm seen bre^l^ ttto a 
home, p^se itfaL 

De^dvasS. t. Knmi^ A. u. 
MOm and ^ it C. OwAi igm> 
tigged. 




mm 



fr^'^ 



h SUNDEWS, Tu 



T963 



r^Kjrial A\enlion 

Jllr. and Mr^Thiwri W. Hender- 
.'Img in fiuTopa. ' son Jr, who ttvAt been residing 



ritb hii: 



parents, Mr. and IMrs. Hu^ LynA 
Ciyee «n «3hI Si.,4b«lef«i«tiir»- 

mo \t Tf:imn/1^n.<;ydney ColtegC. 

1L"6. vvuiiam liee Wh Heh m at 
lad her daught^, li^ Julie 
WhlfefiufS Save returned to their 
home after s^endMMtaxl days 
in NCw YoYk. flHR^DtClitlrat 
weelt tb enter her 
'.xi^iiu vvsi in Sweethriar Col- 



on 6l9t St., win mo^e this we«k to 
their new home on Bruton Lane, 
Bay Colony. 



Mr. am! Un. F. E. Otefteirson 
h«e wturned to their home on 
l^^md Drive, after sftpdit^ 
lloiifltead 



?veral days at Ttit 

Hot Springs. 



^a^cone^-Orrell 
Exchange VowJ 



Mi£$ Sara Finley ^Miffi^sr of 
Hjrr. aAdHfs. L. 0. JMey Jr., has 
left to eirfer Mteymont Schod lor 
Girls in Richmond. Her sister, 
MJs Cfty Finley, has rei^ted 
fS W^ri^B €kt^ in 
Mount, N. C. 



Mrs. A. M. Seigk of Baltimore, 
Md., is visiting her oster-tEb^w, 
ft%,B. K. Undeman at hef ncNne 
en Abrily Road. 



VHtOlNIA BEACH — The mar- 
^tkt of Miss Lonmna Lee Wti- 
eoBtf aid Jalnea Httrriabn Orrell 
m took place Saturday Sept«n>- 
ber 7th, at 4 pjn. in G^dilee E{h«- 
copil diureh. TSie ibnr. EiamA 
Berkeley, rector of ithe churdi, 
^Seated. 

The hr\^ is the daughter of 
.'iyawyer Falconer, tbe 

idegroom is a a(»i of (Mr. and 
<rs. James Harrison Orell Jr. 

Wmiam Claii>ome Hayes Jr. 

Newport Nmni girw tiis 

nitfriage. Mn. Doalift 

nwworth of Mathews was 
matKHi of honor: (BridpmMi<ft 
were Sfiaaea Fktrida l^iiBi Qtu^ 
ley of Lake Mohawk, N.J^ aid 
Sharon NeU Huated. 

ftdbert Eugene Gilmore was h» 
broUier'a t>e8t man. 
' A reception was held in tbi 
home of the bride at 3005 Editi- 
taur^ Drive. After a weddii^ 
trip to the Bastem Shore, the 
CfMiple wUi live in the Mayflower 
Aptrtmente. 



Mtti FfaaoM P:^, who has 
spee^ the past tnoimi visiting her 
^other-in-lay and sister, Mr. and 
Mb. Jam^ E. Haney io Boston, 
Mass., ill »\3o visitmfif &. M. 
Price atjas i. 

is now iffetKuug several cays with 
her parents, Comdr. H. L. Walsh 
(rei.) and .B<rs. "V^alsh in Bay Col- 
ony, Ittfore retuniing to B^ 
CanifUna College in OreenviUe, 
N.C. Her Drdtiwr, H. L. Wafab Jr., 
has left to snter ttie University of 
South Florida in Taanpa. 

Navy Wives Have 
Newcomer Part^ 

FORT STORY — The Navy 

^^ Dttrtal Wivw €Aib <d tfie Tidc- 

l||t«|f wa^ Am wwe horn at a *'wel- 

«Mnc a^«i#* &/mt *» all nem- 

eMlns ^ tte mm SaMMiiBy ^ 

^ Fort Stay OlBew'aCfcfc 

Adnti Brtt d. F. iMlttd ^ 
aaifteif wiv^ 




Leagnd Kdids 
Meetiitt Here 



G. 



Dsdl-Defcker 
("arty Honorees 

VmCWlA BEACH— IHM. L. 

Shellj Id Bfrs. Robert 

Shelly ana .m. and ifrs.* Robert 

L. Tomer en'terlitaied;S9turdi{f 

1 inner in honor 

\?i .''11 -J eixjv i.'dil and George 

1>eiGfcer. 

Miss Dail and Mr. Dekker wffl 

"^arrid Sept. 28 in Edenton, 



A skit on 'The Weil Mishrfonnvd Club Lad; 
sions (to say the least) when (left to ti^l) Mn J. 
L. Powers and Mrt. Thomas B. Petty mn 
"Oman's Chib. 




<ttt some rathet unusaul 
Roy M. Marksen, Wfr 
i! abilities for the 



ake 



J. «. ROLyit urn 

K CL4IB REPREStir/timi 



-The Woman's Club , was a mu.. 
of Chesapeake Beach cocnblned ' turning of pagea^ 



Representatives from the 
Portsmouth %i|r^aid qxnwjr^ 
die affair which ipchuM pa^^ 
a bar-b-que ducC^ du^tf wad 
dancing. Mrs. C L. Vc^l was 
chairman. 

Cavftlier Ga^enei^ 
Meet W^Ni^ay 

VmO»«A BEAOf — in» 
CaviO^ G«rdtti Onb vffl BMst 
W<^m«biy M 10:30 a.ra. at CM- 
l^^i^VMil Church. Mn. 
L. p^f^ak Jr. » p^^at, 

'Mipt00mm mil Mosi^ M a 

^ five m^m&t-mtiw$ets: Mrs. 
R A. mA^mt, Mrs. Claric, 
Mit..Fr^ Bailiam, Mrs. Robert 
P. Maul and Mrs. Carl M. Rau. 



bu^neas and pleasure at their 
ChA bu^ute (Mating on Tues- 
day, S^ IL A ^nic Lundieon 
iras held on the lawn of Ito. 
fiwooa A. Hudson on tske J^<* 
in &iysite. 



TEEN TOPICS ■ ■ ■ iMxjmim 

Aai. BStt» pewMMlml lwi Agdil 



U 




low many times do^ moi^r »y, "Mary, when sm yen gooig 
.,>. aighten up your roam," <x "C^wge, ym have jmt $k to start 
ickiijg up after yourself, 1 am't A> ft «^ ks^." 

^ven if you already m^ fm^tei sibem ke^^ ywir mom tidy 

.' pruw! nui>nt)ons q( stutini <M Oe Adiocrf ^sar i^ nmybe 

suggestkxte to make die task emaee. 

Emcyim ^n»ts to be "a^L" th^e ^ys and 
in many ^taaoK Ois all inebsi^v ^j^tive 
mgsm hmt$ weU-gnx»i^ too. Ctf coor^ we all 
hke to iK^inclKried ih tk^ cat^ocy ai gsod4o<Aua^ 
anl ntoly dresed. Aad, we witt abo wfank diat 
in or<fer to be well gloomed «« have to put forth 
IPDM effort This is jiM as true tx feltows as it 
is for firis. 

"Time to get up'* (xmss awfally «ariy in tJw 
mnnfi^ on Khoi^ days doesn't i^ Uaw often db 
yM cmwl out (t b«l and pi^ thrfw^ your 
I^w MUka ctoset for wmetfaing tp wear, TTwn, after you 
, <k!£^wlMttomit(H^y«M»edneo«ra|^toniid 

a if^m missk^ a skirt wrinkleo, or a hem fauigk^ to^. 

, K^ii^^wr roan pwked up and ycur ck>^s itt ^xkI T^m 
is aU a p^t M good yooming, Why? Baause >wur clothes wear 
ki^^ wd took ^ner M you when di^ we stwed properly and 
0^ ftff^y ^ day. 'nuak o{ how dia^^ttt' |ob yw <^d do 
m. n^fling yoiw t^fl^bs if ycm wmksd on them when you had time 
1^ not, m ti& rush erf ^ting ready for stAooL 

Alt— p« »y — "t AmH f«l la^ ^^^ my tuns l^i^ing 
UD w ^titoi ai^ pittta^ e^i^hifl^ away all me tin»." 

: does take some time to tet^lq) ev^ydiing; but, if 
u liicdti!) uiAK you can wear the sane 6uA a^in without p^ing 
it the time spent hanjpng it up is wctfA it— don't ytw apee? 

There are some ways to mal^ Ae job ^^r. Sit i^wrn cm y<^ 
i>vd and think through how ytm ^ dress^ O^kJb <m wdwt » the 
quickeatt and most convenient locatini (^ hats« Aoes« u^r gar- 
ments, jewelry, and cosmetics in telatioa to ymir clot^ closet In 
deciding where to store rem»nber lliege thJop add to your coo- 
venicoce: 

' ^00 items at ttsily re«;diabte and convenknt heights, 
^frtw articfas t^eflwr ttiat y«» use te^lhej — swdi as y<wr 

nd jto^ Ml tte same pl^. 
:>u>re articles so that they are easy to see. Tbat is-rittU 
and things behind shorter jars and bottles — shoe texei 
know which pair is inside. 

your clothes in ^ definite and ccmveiiieat place smk 

t them, the task is much easier than it would i^ if 

what goes whe 

'*4Ui^ >*^'"' ^^u^t so garments ooni get rumpled. Now m 

? ror jgettiag some of your summer ctotfiM put away, d^ 

hMgers 0(>den neck piece for your suits. 

^ washed or cleaned before you put Aran 

lother idea to help is to have a container iot 

wiosc to or in your closet C&pecially impcwtaitt 

*^''.ttg^ that have to be wasb^ by haad- i . 

r clothes will require settle tOG^fht ItAi^ 

.aaing, but stick to it and you'Q see that suddbtfy 

... ,, 4ie fcabit — a, habit th^t stays with you a life time. 

II find it rewarding to keep yooi' ck)tbe» Ln order-^o be a 



Foltowii^ #w lundiecn, a bmf 
bu^ne^ t^^n was imU chiring 
which timt tfie dub ^cled Mre. 
J. A. floHu^ as Qum repr«srate- 
tive to Uie TidCTater tJhtotet 
merting of Woman's Citric in Oc- 
M}er. Mrs. L«iiue Arvis was 

Membership Chatman, Mrs. 
6el<m L. Powers, rioted ti^^ 
flirw new mMobeis IhhI boea m- 
eqsted into the Club men^rship. 
"ntey wtse Ifrs. frnn lAtetex)ck, 
Mri^ Jack IU^p& and lbs. E. E. 
UMkin. 

its. Harry W. Mford an- 
muimM that plans were being 
ande 1^ a bus ti^ to RiohnMod 
irtiite ;^ Genoml ^^emfcly was 
te ses^ii. R ims ^m bera 
pk^Md UmA on the maae trip, 
Oub m^dm*s will have toe op- 
IK>rtunMy to viat the Medical 
(Megfi of Viigmia where tiwy 
wiH view tiie Maxitron, the $100,- 
OOO WM!Jiine used for Ok Ts^- 
mint '«id Research of Xkaax^. 
Tlie Cbih Women of ¥ir^a 
n^^ the bidk of nwney neces- 
My to buy this raadiim. Tkm 
tr^ will be i^Hrtsared by the 
Pubitt Affairs I^^rtaent of the 
Che»p«dtt Sea^ aM Bi^site 
^liar WoMn's ChAg. 

MM Fulbrd dso amioniu^d 
^k Ifiss Itoda Ste^r^ lad, 
far i^ tUni y^r, recei^d the 
$350.tfb iayslie S^KxterAip 
^-antf whidi is given jmrneadly by 
Mhe Qi^ap^dee CM>. Mm Bsg- 
Med, a ^6&A at Longwood Cd- 
lefB in J^fTOvffle, reside in Bay- 
late Pines. 

Mrs. Elwood A. Hudscm pte- 
wmtri an.<Higinjd stt in panel 
f<»m for the hi^MiMe proi^^m 
eat^M) "Wtot the Well Misin- 
foniKd CliA Member Knows." 
llMSe partlc^ating were Mre. 
TlKHnas B. P^, Oub Presictent, 
M». R(^ M. ito^n, Sits. Cc^n 
L. Powers and M», J. A. IMlaixi. 
Ibe partk^sai^ so^nised their 
panel Moderito-, Mi^ jHudsm, t^ 
d onn i n g "tet' 'suppos»fly pecul- 
iar to <liA wOTien, and Mrs. Pet^ 
itote tlw show by wiring tfie 
newest in '*wi^".. Th& mM wis 
^igmd to provoke audience 
pafticipation. Brining Year Books 



Mrs. Hudson. 

C^chidmg ithe program, each 
apartment was assembled- to- 
geU^ wlwre t^y onB^^eM^ m 
u^wKring 10 K^u^kaA^ea^hmg 
to By-Laws ami paiwnentuy 
procedure. Winning tl» timed 
com^tition was a hihQiws W&a- 
^to Oepfflft^iM. tfee Depait- 
mei^ WA t^M^ gro^p m^ii^ 
after tfce pw^ i mi <hi^g 9m3\ 
time ttey <Us(^{4 {dams for tiae 
coining Chrt} ^ar. 

Hosteaes i<s the ^ we^ 
lbs. KWai^ tbs. ftederick 
R»#r and Wn. Caft L. Am- 
bro». 

ThfiUa Chib 6ete 

THALL^ — The Thalia Jr. 
Gard^ (Mb chatted up 9 blue 
ribboin wkh dieir entries in the 
Fall Flower Show sponsored by 
Smith & Weltmi this past week 
in downtown Norfolk. 

Thtt was Ae hi^est number 
of blue riWxjns won by any Jun- 
ior club in the show. Pam Goff 
was presented an award by Smith 
& Welton for her "Burgimdy and 
Pink" arrangement comfeting of 
deep red Ounna teaves, a i^ler 
shade of red oetfoski and ]Mle 
pink chrysanftemums. Her ar- 
rangement was pl^ed on a blacJc 
base di^layed m front of a pale 
{rink Mouse. 

Kathy and Oebbie Mowe, Jill 
Ooff and Brenda Man^y wtm 
their blue ribbons on bwttoAtore 
sj^cimess of C^osia, M»r^ds, 
Geraniums, Pansies ami Petun- 
ias. 

Variety In Color 
Garden Cbb '^e 

CAROLANNE FARMS — 
Mrs. W. J. Bumey spoke on 
"Variety jn Cblor Slides*%at the 
Hunt Country Garden Club's 
fim meeting of the seas(m. 

The meeting was hM at the 
home of Mrs. G. L. C^er on 
War Admkal Road wiA Mis, 
T. H. Vass Jr. as co-^te^. 




pa 
_.,... _ b 

iuaugunrted HS niw elub ^ar 
wtih a luK^Mn nwetiAg at the 
h«ne of Mrs. Joe Watsafl, Wjltdi 
Dutk Point, S^ 9. 

The membert vo^ to give a 
COTiMbutkHi to Mr. Frecterisk 
Heurtt for a "Rest Nook" in the 
Botanicai (^#im in menury of 
Kfrs. T. Ag^im. 

It was ^b^M to s^^ a tfK^k 
to the R^citt ^uad mi to ^o- 
tribute all the procxeds oi the 
sale of pansies to obtain tocAs 
for the male patients at Bastem 

Mra. Wat^» wcm ftw> bhK 
ribbed forh<Mfc«ibre wnl fkw- 
er arra^^menl Mrs. C. L. Ac- 
km won a blue ribbcn Uu hmti- 
culturt. 

Two gpi^ts «ei« intrtxltte^ at 
the meeOit n^hkA wsa cfimed 
by the pi^nMt, Mn. D. I. D^, 
Sc, T^e chb pra>«r was led % 
Mrs. M. W. Nwdlin^r. 

Sew^ <rff flw 00)% naembeit 
wil attend tfie Tl^rater meet- 
iiig of the Virginia Federation ot 
Garden Qubs to be Mtf at tiie 
Oiamberlin Hcrtel, <Md Pbuit, m 
October. 

The club will meet next month 
at the home erf Mrs. C. L. Ackiss. 



LYMNfMVm 

LYNNHAVEN COLONY ~ 
Tl» Lynnhaven Colwiy Garden 
Club held its first m^tmg (rf fte 
s^son Wednesday at Ae home 
d Mra. Bruce Wat«s, Lynn- 
haVen Drive. 

Sev«^ piospe«tii^ memters 
wmt intfodix^ ami a ctemon- 
stration on oral jadgiKS wasp^ 
seated. 

A coffee for new n^anbexs will 
be held Sept. 25 at the home of 
Mrs. R. F. Filer, M2 Dawn Ave- 
nue, at 10:30 a.m. 



VlRGIiNij^ iJK^n^-ii — • Junior 
I,«agiie's Itilgioft 3b dft«o(or, Mrs. 
J&hn F. Rf^y of Norfolk, will pre- 
side at t<tie annual Presidents' 
Council Wednesday, at the Mari- 
ner Motor Hc>tel at 57^ Street ai^ 
Atlantic Avenue. 

Mrs. David A. Diahliftn ^., 
president of the Norfolk League, 
will be one of the 14 local t^esl- 
dents attending, with >a year's 
program-planning as their ps- 
pose. 

Mrs. Rixey was elected region- 
al director in My at the ^• 
vention of the Association of 
Junior Leagues of America. 

The leagues to be represe^«i 
at the meeting are Baitinm^, 
Md., Charleston. Fairmont, and 
Huntington, W.Va. Lexington aiMf 
Louisville, Ky., Richmond, R<»- 
noke, Hampton Roads and No^ 
folk, Washington, D.C. and Par- 
kersburg and Wheeling, W.Va. 

I^esAimBary 
HcMs Meeting 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Ladim AuxMury erf d% Va. 
Be«A Fire De^ hdd its tim 
nesting d tfie fall season, re- 
wntly. Plans wwe diKuss^ for 
the different conoii^ events. 

Mrs. Frank Sourl^nw^ a 
new nworij^r, ww W^x^ned by 
the Pr^ident, Mrs. Vspnia 
Jessup. 

The iwxt meetir^ wffl be held 
Tuesday ni^t. Sept, 17, at ei^t 
p.m. at i» Wm »tfkm.** All 
ttembera are r^i^^Hitf to attesid 
and ^e^fmrt md oij^ these 
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Ruth Tysor Bray of North Alanton, Virginia B^ 4 

Julius J. Elmore of Norfolk are ptetured immediately after their 
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KEMPSVILI^ — Ga r d e n 
chibs in the Kemi^ville aiea and 
wrrouKl^ oj^munities have 
ban invi^ to attend a woik- 
shop to be held by flie Kemps- 
ville Gvtdm Ort> Monday at 
the Community Onter. 

Ut^ried petrous are asked 
to cont^t Mrs. H. T. IfawtlKwoe 
Jr, at GY 7-2984 or Mrs. An- 
drew JohMon at GY 7-1653. 



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deoci Itottd W«diiMday at 7:30 

! A ' <nwloi» on "You 

nd d" wiU fa* bdd 

11^ TC -i «Pom each 

AM of , taHint pMt. 

^^ n«Jl, «lBinentery 

aipervjsor, wui be moderator, 

- OMfy Ctiiea, achool principal, 
Mrt. tUduml Metn, fidi grade 
leMte, 3fn. H. F. WffliaiH Jr., 
FTA (wat preaident and Mn. 
ChMfea QiaiMm, a parant, wJU 
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^podl* C^onial Star*, 

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and 
uHKC'iitcKi, Old 
Dptninion CoBmk. in oooperar 
tion with the Traeitvter diapter 
of tb* Atnciican Asaodeticin of 
Medici Assistams. will offer a 
MBMHjn^! ditaem- 

IflPHUHHI -ees btf- 

giAning Octbber 

The series is designed for med- 
ical secretaries and medical as* 
sistants who desire study in oC> 
fice and assistant procedures. 
The class wiH meet for two-hour 
sessions on Thursdays from 7-9 
p.m. in Chandler Hall. 



Initial stndiiB will include 
medical terminolof^, anatondy, 
and ph]i;aio]ogy. Winter quarter 
topics will cover personal Adjust- 
ment, human relations, medical 
ethici, and etiquette. Sprng quar- 
ter m^^ wdl be oimMea to 
m^i^ kw and ecxMK^tes. 

Tto ^mntr s^te will be 
^n^^sd ^taring the 1964-6S 
a^^mnte ywt witt a study of 
^i^ praoe^UN* wnmm aiki 
oral MRU^^Mkm, oumiM- 
ticn nxm Ve^iAsfmh and labo^ 
nM(wy ortentatkm. 

A (^M mtpom dt 4» pro- 
gram u to m^i ^i^Me medfeal 
cmfAayvm to m^ cert^catiiM 
requiienM^s ol ^ American 
AssocMxm of lifedkd ^sist- 
ants. Only te asp^^of d^^- 
inar V^ AM witt hen^ Ae 
i^lce mi^i^n vtk her rwtine 
dut»s wm be stren^. The ixo- 
gma k ftum^ to l»^fit b@di 
per»ns currwitly «npteyed in 
m^kid potitiow ud •penKms 
s^ing emiA>ym»t in m^feal 
(rffbes. 

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liMid^dtiite 

RALEfdH, N. C. — Mary 
Lyon McKenney of Linlier, an 
nppw cItMman at Meradith Col- 
lege, has been named a college 
counoelor for a pf»4«|^tration 
period of new-student orienta- 
tion. FaU ton cl^sea open a} 
Mer^Ui an B^ 14. 

Mte UMnmf bu bem 
electod to Ae tof poMmmt te 
can^ms tm A» ^m 1M3-64. 
She wiflser^ mpnMmvitm 
^utott^yrammeitf AMncMm 
mAluu bemjiteG«Bd to tte ami- 
inatlM ootoMnee for ^iMm% 
of 1II4.65. 

B^M^ student 
Attends RdDins 

WSrHR P.^iC, HA.— ^nri- 
tor mkt <rf 1^*^ita eea«A ta 
<ne irf f^ftrndraald^ 100 M^i 
(^W^ iamtumi atadeiito ^1^ 
era teld^ ^ ttUa wieek in ttie 
iewtlr manA Ibw 1^ SMk 

1^ ^^bltf ol Wrt. Gwej^>- 
^ DoM» IQaer, <leu^er la <^ 
of nMn« dm ^5 ito^ants ndio 
will be entering Acfiins Cc]^ 
An* the £h»t Mm <idiaii <)ie four- 
year uaSawmSm^ CeO^ of 
libeti Alts ami Sdeno» wtaM 
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pefrs<na, wfi hebaM aextlMd^p 
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Tlie United »itos Pa««r S«»d- 
foia to a mm^proftt, eithraiMMti 
wpntetwn of ov«^ M,000 owiD- 
bei3 ^i^teh is dediorted to knew- 
^Ip and aa^ Sft an 41^ ii^md 
wkten. 

ilienribaid# in a eqpudnm tai 1^ 
InvttMcm to men who si«»m»- 
fully pMB the i^toting oomw. 



Adv«Me e^iws in 
aii^ AAwMed «krtlag, Junior 
fMnr^aOoB and Nw^atloii we 
■wiU^ to membeis aM lo «e- 
aen oettiltorte luldea •• wa 
eeunea in a^^ weatb« and 
engne tnainlMMHwe. . 

. The aqutAR^ ^pcnaon x<»ide- 
vous, navipitkm contest voA to- 
dalev^Qits. 

A {Urn abowii^ the actti^es of 
the Utdtoi Statn IPow» Sipiadr 
R»iB wlB be ahown xetfitniaon 
1^^ and Ctadr. SUrk wfll mtro- 
(hMe ttie aquadroD trfficers nd 
inatnioton who wffl aatiat itay A 
Caas^ daizin«i of the l^r^nia 
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Lii»y y^riculture 
Office Announces 



reiNCasS iU^N&-£leetton of 12 
OmamBlics CMtnuMeeoMn to 
YyM AgidmMire aaidiiation xoA 
Ooms^n^m Serviee poattims 
win l>e eoirfucted by mail this 
^&s, ^amsB. T. Bed, imiu^e' of 
die 1q(^ <^ce, announced tost 

A date of 10 nomineas wil be 
sent to fanners in each (tf the 
fonr agriciri&ml a»Hnunitie»— 
Princes Anne, I^mgo, ^H:k- 
•mtfys and K«i^»i^fe-4nd £ar- 
m^s will vole for the five <rf i^tek 

"Rie top tittee dect^ from ^idi 
community will then heoMiM 
Qmmm^emm for tint commun- 
ity vaA wffl aasmi^ office on Nov. 
1. 

these ConunitteaiMi ^nll rep- 
t«ient their oNnnittnity in decid- 
^ iflqwrtant qu^AioM atfecthig 
the economy of fains in tint 
^^wcific area. 

AiixM^ progmms they will ImH) 
KMniniater will he: price siqn>ott, 
HuA ^nin programs, and loan 
mA cKMmis^^m pn^nom, aH of 
vHilch operate with federal funds. 

Beftl said iiat any digS>le v^ter 
may a<ki a iwne <rf his dioioe to 
the bdlot prodding he gets dx 
or mose votos to egn the petition 
and petona it to the ASOS office 
by Tsexk IbMMky. 

The n^nes of persons so nomi- 
nirted by petition will be included 
(m the bsflot if found to be eligi- 
1^ and willing to serve. 

ODC Registers 
Tech Students 

NORFOLK— Registration for 
dw Vo(»ti(Mial Divisiwi of the 
Techni<al Institute of Old Do- 
miaion CoUea will be held Wed- 
m;sd»y md tliursday, and Mon- 
day ft-wn 7 to 9:30 p.m. 

.Cour% (^eriMS mclude: air 
conditioning and refrigeration; 
automotive medianics; basic 
strength of materials; descriptive 
geometry; drafting, general and 
architectural; electronioi; engin- 
eerii^ drawuig (paphics I); 
mathematics for electronics; oH 
bun»r technok^ (heating and 
veatUatii^); ^nd, welding (arc & 
u^tylene). 
C^^ win be held from 7 to 



School Board 
Making Phns 
For GE Teste , 

Tht Virginia Beach City 
School Board b making plans to 
administer the GaMsral Educa- 
tional Devdopmrait Test to in- 
terest people in tiiis area on 
Oct(*er 16, 1963. The State De- 
T^rtment of Education supplies 
these tests fw each load %c\iOcA 
board. People who pass the test 
successfully are given a,£certifi- 
cate. The certificate is in Iwu of 
tite high school diploma. Some 
colleges and industry accept this 
certificate in place of the Hi^ 
School Diploma. 

In order to take the examtaa- 
tion the applicant must satfefy 
certain requiren^ts. The mini- 
mum requirements are: 

(1) The applicant must be 20 
years of age. Un^r no conditions 
may the applicant be permitted 
to take the test priw to the time 
that he would have graduated 
had he remained in school. 

(2) The applicant shall have 
earned at leaot 8 unite of hi^ 



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DON'T GET CAUGHT WTTH A DRY TAPS 
By Itaric BowMtt 

1^ pet g^^)e of marine re^ue jwtrds, the Coast Guard and 
other groups dedicated to keeping boatmen everywhere out ol 
trouble are the characters who have enou^ fuel \ck a one-how mo 
and head <MJe iKMir straight out from their mooring. 

It's a Icx^ way between filling staticws when you're in ft boat 
And a few gallons oH fuel can 



mean the difference between a 
pleasant day on the water and a 
tragedy if a storm haiH^ens to be 
bvcwiof. 

Boatmen, outboarders and in- 
boarders alike, should know, not 
guess, how much fuel their outfit 
consume. 

An inboard operator should, 
cm the basis of actual trials, fig- 
ure out the number of gallons 
per hour of gasoline that his boat 
will consume in at least three 
different RPM ranges and the 
speed of his boat through the 
water at thirae three different en- 
gine speeds. 

The skipper wl» spots a storm 
brewing will know whether he 
has enough fuel to reach his 
home port at the speed required 
in order to beat the storm or 
whether he should seek out a lee 
anchorage. 

The outboarder ^ould make 
fuel checks at full Anmle, cruis- 
ing ecoiKMny range and at a slow 
throttle. 

Since the outboard Is more 




school credit. Applicants who susceptible to weight changes as 
have obtaiB»d Aeir 26th birthday | concerns \\s performaiKe man is 
may not be requiiwi to present 
tiiC above units. 



(3) The applicairt shall have 
resided in Virginia one year pricw 
to applying for the battery of 
teste Mid must reside in the 
school division through which he 
makes applicatkm. 

(4) "The aj^licant must attain 
a passing score on the complete 
battery of tests iwovid^ by the 
Stoie DeiMirtmeitt of Education. 

People who desire to take tiiis 
test should make application to 
F. E. Taylor, Higji School Su- 
pervisor, Virginia Beach City 
SdKwls, Princess Anne S^ti<m, 
Virginia Beach. The deadline f» 
sttbmissitHi of apfrfications is Fri- 
day, (Dct<*er 4th. The test will 
be administered at the School 
Administration Buildin]^ m Vir- 
ginia Beach, 9:30 a.m.; to 5:00 
p.m. J 



10 p.m. tv^'o nighte each week 
for apf>roxun^ely three months. 
For fiiirdier information call (day) 
MA 7-8651, (evening) MA 
7-0992. 



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WHEN SEEKING POSITIONS WITH OUTSTANDING 

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606 - 17rii St., Va. Besch. Va. Phone GA 8-37n 
COMMERCIAL and RESIDENTIAL WIRING 

CARRIER WINDOW AIR CONDITIONING 
' UNITS AT BARGAIN PRICES 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND FIXTURES 

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BOARDS 

Water Skiis 
FISHING 



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Hawks Make 
Comeback In 
First Game 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Last 
"Friday Virginia BeacJi H!^ 
School played Ferguswi at War- 
wick High School. The Seahawks 
roared off to a poor start failing 
to score throughcwt the entire 
first hatf. Feifuson scored once 
in the first quarter and twice in 
the second, rackii^ up a total ol 
19 pointe. 

Tlie valiant Seahawks, led by 
Rfck Nohn, Steven Stricklw, 
Chris Hanson. Omppy Oiaplam, 
and Bill Duckworth, divwi back 
in the s^ond half fighting all Ae 
way. C3iris Hanson s«>r«l Ac 
first Virginia Beach tr""-hck)wn 
in the third quarter. Hf"ever, 
the try fcM- the extra '^•^nt was 
unsuccessful. In Ae forth quar- 
ter, with '4 minutes left to play, 
the trmnen<k)us Qiris Hanstm 
roared over again for the second 
Sesdiawk touchdown. This time 
the extra point play was success- 
fullv executed throurfi die efforte 
of Chappy Qiaplain. 

Ferguson, ^oujdi failing to 
score during the forth quarter, 
still went on ^ win 19 to 13. A 
post-game interview with team 
co-captain Steven Strickler re- 
vealed that the Seahawks had 
done much better than expected 
and thai in future games widi 
regular group 2 schools Vin?inia 
Beach is expected to ^ all the 










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the inboard, the outboarder 
sh<Hild make up two sete of fuel 
consumption figures: <me witii 
a light load, tiut is with just one, 
additicmal ^m^ei^er, and (Mie 
with a full passen^r k>ad plus 
^xessory g^r. 

A sudfko head wind, strong 
current or rough wato* can out 
down perforrtance ccmsiderably. 
Always carry at least 25% m<we 
fuel than you will expect to bum 
on your i^anned outii^. 

Remember, too, ttat if you 
kill your engine and (bift, you 
may be drifthig away from your 
starting point. 

Hmiters Will 
From 
Conservation 

PRINCESS ANNE — Ev^ 
hunter in Va. Beadi has a per- 
sonal ^ake m the AgrkiMurU 
Conservation Program. So don 
every fisherman, and every fwn- 
ily that likes to camp out or pk> 
mc m die woods. 

That's the opinioii <rf RusseH 
Dudley, Chairman, ' Va. Brach 
Agricultural Sb^ilizntion and 
Conservati(»i Committee. He of- 
fers some facte to pnove it. 

"Hunting, fishing ai^ outdom* 
recreation are part of our Ameri- 
can heritage," the Oiairman said. 
"And eam year we find that the 
(tenand for aU ftxms of <»t(k»r 
recrei^(M are growi^." ^^y 
said diat today 85 perceiri d the 
wildlife in tlus United States is 
produ«d on prirately owiMd 
farms aiKi raroh^. RaMnte, fox- 
n, {feasants, dov«, quail a^ 
otlter game «ie pert of tl^ |ar- 
vest on terns. Am huM^s kflKMr 
that tarnis and raiKh^ with prop- 
erty instaHed con^rvation meas- 
ures aff<»d the best hunting. 

Small gune finds ccn«Mihneot 
m grass, brush and ^irubs dong 
the edges (tf fields ami wood- 
lands, alcMig ditehrows AND in ' 
soecittlly prepared wldUfe strife. 
These places arc abo sourcra oC 
food and shelter. Well-manned 
farms usually have ui»]uate sup- 
plies kA wato". 

The Conserw^&Mi Program 
which die ASC Omnii^e ad^ . 
ministers locally, is (teigiKd to 
helo farmers eet ^iMUwd-^ 
and extend their acmmnlish-' 
ments — in cnnserv^km farmmq. 
and in wildlife conservation. It i^ 
a coA - sharing »rr«neement 
throuph which tiie puMic ioins 
wiA formers and ranchers to 
conserve and protect all the soil, 
water, woodland and wfldlife re- 
sources. 

This v«ir manv farmers in 
lowe*- Va. Beach have out in 
wiMlife pints for orotwJtion and 
feed for birds and small same 
over the fall and winter. Amon<» 
them are Marvin Dawlev, and 
Garland f Jack^ Fentrew (rf Prin- 
''es* Anne ^»tinn. and Rov T,ov- 
•tt. Lew Wbite»»nn8t a»Hl W. J. 
r'oi^«ri<»>it of Bflck Bav For 
Wbitehurst and Lovkt. this is 
the second vea*" thev have wit in 
««"^ a strin. Seeds useH wen*- 
"lillet Sudan, corn, milo and 
ot^m^s whirh fwodiw**^ «H)od '•'^^"•r 
anH ahnndsint ^^n3 for wildlife. 

VatioTt»llv the noWic sh^'T*^ 
»*v>nt bsilf i9)e cost of carrvinq 
'^nt aprntwH o'»n«!>»vat«r»n nrv^- 
*;r.ps on farmlan#t 0'<>''"^<»n 
TViwflov reTwwtwl. W*>*e in Va. 

''•s»rh tl»A rot^^ ffir rti^'"T**nt rfr^". 

t5re« V5»rv. He ^»ws«5ed t'wt ^H 

"f^ farmer cJ»nfwe« th<^ Vind t4 
"'^rt'"" he 'wsnts to wrrrv out. 
TVt^ Committee aTwi^>v»« his re- 
niw>^ ha**^ rwi n«vd< of the 1«fid 
^rsA f^n^ihilitv of the twnrtir^ 
anrl uooti avwflah'lJtv of fimds in 
♦♦"^ rurrent vr«»^< o r o » r ^ «»» , 
P^f^nitr^ rmv tf»^iT ehjire r^ th^ 
♦ftM roet in awh. WW" nwj of 
'"""'•**nent. or cxms^vatikM nM- 
♦erJi^. 

^nww ni ncfl < x.t are wrvw rw M 

l^«" fcvid wMer «■ «>vw. Manv 
fw»rtW« ^rt •»*! nrimUfWv Mr 
f<o«M*nRi«irm of «»* wwfcw %tA 

woo^nd ibo fnwiik ftx^ vra- 
ter ai^ &sn^ Ux v^flife. 



Vffg^ m6a\ mm4^m^ Tuesday , Sept. 17, !W9 

THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 

TM^a^ and Thvn^ys fcy Tht BMch Publishing Cmv^^mi 

' ^ ^ ViitHnla «toch, Vir«inia 




.Vfe^-Pni^iiMit • OwMrat Mtaiiftr 




To TiM CrMUt off 

A few. years aQO fliere was a great deal erf 
flk cwwM-r^rig the r»ed for a governmeftt 
"crash Frogfijn" to hasten the prodt«tion 
firf ecoiwowtal electric power from nocloar 
souixes. This, said the schenrie's prapwi- 
«its, vw» the only way the challenge owld 
be met. frivate enterprise in the power 
field, it was assumed, just didn't have the 
resources w the will to <te the huge job. 

Wdl, we don't hear much about sudi a 
program today. And with good reason— 
f<^ progress in this new arvi complex in- 
dustrial art, spurred by the investor-own^ 
'tftility industry and the electrical equipment 
manufacture^, working In close coopera- 
tion with the Atonic foergy Commissi<xi, 
has ej«^e«tod past expectations. This Is es- 
p^ially fnm of #» ^^ taken to »lve one 
of the m<»t vexir^ of problems— that is, to 
Mng ftie overall ojsts of niKiear ^wer 
generatton down to a poi#tt' where they are 
«>mparable to those of generation from 
cxMiventional ItMtet -•• • 

Ne#i^s^sof one kind or anther are 



Enterprise 



constantly being undertaken. To take a 
current example, in late July the Publ^ 
^rvlce Company of Coloracb altered Into 
a two-year researdi and develo^ent pro- 
gram for the design d a 250,0(to-kllowati 
nuclear power plant. Other sponsors of the 
program include a group of Midwest, 
Mountain and Western region Investor- 
owned utility a>n»pwies. Advanced tech- 
nology will be analyze and inasrpcw^ated 
In the study. The goal is to produce knowl- 
edge which will serve the long-term inter- 
mt of the customers arni the regions served 
by these oompanlw. 

So the story goes, ttie nation over. Some 
nuclear plants are in op^atioi, &me are 
being built, scxne are In the blueprint stage, 
some are being studied. One by one, the 
unknowns becwne the knowns, as the fron- 
tiw^ of knowledge advance. These great 
achievements. In very larc^e part, must be 
chelk^ up to the credit of private entor- 
prise. 





Grave Doubts 



Thwe Is a h^, v^itch has found \H re- 
flecWn in p3v«mm«it ^licy ar^ in vari- 
ous laws pwssed over tt»e years, that in 
1 fields the future of srhall business is 
imperiled by big business. 

WtNwt d^Hng the pros and corw of 

is f^ing, rt Is an ircMilcal fact that some 
of #1© govwnment's wvn laws and i^ula- 
tions are «p«3«lly damagta^ to smair 
businett arrf, at the same time, lessen com- 
petition wrthffi the industries ccmcmr^. 

Ti^e, for InM^ncje^ the new amw^itw^ts 
a'tecting th© i^ug imfc/stry \A^ich were 
^»»d ietf ymar. Or. Austin Swlfh^ f resfc 
^r?t f^ the Pharmaceutical A^nufacturers 
Ass- ari, has said: "VWII the 1962 Drug 
Amendments stimulate cxjmpetrtlon in the 
^armi^wtiail hidustry? On the contrary, 
^ne. In ftrt many, Wieve they will In- 
hibit it. All of the evident of my survey 
indicate #iat if Innovation— research— is 
the key, rtw large firms can a^ord the 
privtl^e of complying with new federal 



edicts and maybe grow larger. But how 
many of ttie small firms will survive, temr 
porarily or otherwise, without new product 
developments because they cannot afford 
the awnbinatlon of lengthened pr^fliarket- 
ittg ^nd«1ng of neW drugs coupled with 
added paperwork e>tpenses of such stud- 
io, remains to be seen. There are many 
grav^ douttts about the future." 

Reports now demanded unde^ the law 
may run to thousands of pages. The cx»ts, 
in time, money, energy, re«3urtes of every 
sort, may be staggmng. One can sympa- 
ttiaf with the horrestly motivated effort to 
give the fullest possible prQtecH9r\ to the 
users of drugs, and to establish high stanH 
■ ards of safety and performance. But If this 
effort goes so far as to Inhibit research and 
experiment, the loss will vastly outweigh 
the gain. If we attempt to elimin^e every 
conceivable risk, we will eliminate pro- 
gress. That would be a profound tragedy. 



TELL 




Mir w^M mmmM inman 











ALBERT W. STONER 

Albert 
Virginia 
Beach, 

Portsmouth Nitval 
was itie hu^MMkl 
Stoner and « ton ol 
Henfor Stooer wad ^ 
non Stoaer. 

H« was a mtive ot Ml 
mm Kfo. 

Kettft Mealrr^i«-al ^^t^^ 
Beach; ttree brcHheis, lu^ 
Sttwier of P^Fu^te, €3aM., 1^^ 
StmKr of ^m»& Kan., tuad 

and two snten. Mis. Leroy 
Gaunt (rf ^m Ctete, Oiitf,, i^ 
Mrs. Naflwniel ttckefson ^ fO' 
mcma, Calif. 

Funeral will be lA Ite T«tfMd 
Funeral Hcmie, Eli»ibetti CSty, 
N. C, Frid^ at 2:30 pM^ *Uk 
twri«l to IKMtfMm Ommimtf. 

MF9t llUnl W. FellOII 

Ba^de, wife of R. Grady AMn 
lb-, and ^n^i«tf M Abel iM Mffi. 
lb% HM0t WIWMw died to « 
NmtsSk hea^/M §mNm at 8^ 
pM. 

A ntf ve <rf IPuMh <My, N.C, 
^ fiv«d in m tkKkm-Vkgnit^ 
B^«Ji area §0 y^rs. 1^ iwi 4k 
awtar ^ i^ IWl Saptist 

IB^Mte far imdM^ ibe lvM^ 
n^d by two duglilffs, M». H. 
F. Stdnmetz, <rf NarfoUc aad Urn- 
H. C. AKHdBioo ^ Vtfgtoia Beaeh; 
a aDO. H«Hy G Frikm Jr., ^ V«- 

m^ Beo^ « mm ttn. k, r. 

Mnet ci Horfttt; tm Im^Omi, 
Frank Wffliuns and Satt Vfl* 
Uaott ^ aiiBNtb Oty, M.C; aiid 
^ jSmdeMMiiis. 

A teendflf^a WMeoo^filed 
in Hsatmim&tHm runerAl 
Haiato mmtif «t S pm, ^ ^ 
Rg?. WUiMi S. HMvd J^.. ^ rox 
iU ftp>ttit Qbw^^iiil ma to 
I^Dieat Lmr! Geeatery. 

fM»9r S. Brmm M 

A(mm>MM—^meg s&m meA) 

Brown Jr., 40, of ^5 Anttq^ 
AMd, Acredate, iM^baiid of Itts, 
lj»me 6. Kows and Ml of 'WU- 
ter S. Brown of Al^&a, C^Hf., 
and the lablfaB. C^weft ^ 

t&f at 9:SLfl.flLv • 

A UMe^ nitfrat oi^i^ 2^ 
folk s%a, hB ma 4 mmlbet ol 
Comminity Weitedttt Chutch, 
K^^dl^ Ikm CbA, «nd Fra- 
tenol Onto of PoUce «nd was an 
Army i^rteran of Worid War^H, 
Be vns emi^^ »t the HoeMk 
Naval ^StathA M yean. 

BMfa^ his n^ and father, he 
is «rvt^«d by tteee aoos, David 
Taylrtr Brown, Waiter gcott 
ftotm 01, aad Axitnir Sbeipben 
mtomk, a dsH^lir, Miaa S««^ 
BosdU &<own, Md his maternal 
grafidnwMwr. Ma. Orac* M. 
teom, itt of VM^tol* Beach. 

A ftnenl mtiim wm oonduclr 
ed in H^n»m-&owD Fmmi. 
H«ne MqMi^ A 2 pjn. iv iQm 
Bm. ^^ U smm 4r. jof Cto- 
mu'iuty ll^odM Oiurcti. Burttft 
1^ « PWeSt Lawn Cwaetary. 




leal Heart 
firoup Helps 
Red Cross 

The mum tH miwston of Vir- 

cin>a Hawt/ABociMon has voted 

contribute a sum 

Unaentfiaoal 

aProgram 

open* 

at (ha 

Medical Cottege'of Virghiia Ho^ 

fdtd in Rlclmond. 

tedSoti^^nip^^ 
1B60 upon t request made by the 
thrilral oeleM, Ti* Medicil 
lSi« it «M of t^ IniiiUMt to 
tiie State where open-heart surg- 
ffy is pertomed. The etJMr ia 
^ Usivenity of Virginia il«q)i< 
il to Chaxioltetvffle. 

Dr. Robley D. Bates, Jr., Mem- 
ber of Virgtoia Heart Aswciii- 
ttoh's Rheumatic Fevdr end CoDr 
ienital Heart Commtttee, apeak- 
iQg on <be^ of the AasocuttiOD'a 
Bbard of Dinctors. aaid doit the 
tpnot will be aKdJed toward the 
iritfy of tolktoie Adminiitntor 
to the growj»g Btood Dour ile- 
(Sttjitant Proffnai, "to order 
ttUKt the many details tovolved to 
iMetotng enough iMdi &k)od can 
ifiottooe 'to be adequate and 
ponqMIy tomdM". Onetomdrad 
1^ foqi^-niae patients have re- 
^Ml'ilN^lMttt ttifiry flt the 
Medical College since the pco- 
gtvtt was undertaken in 1960. 

Some tUteen to t^drty pints of 
fresfa whoae btood eto needed for 
m:h open-heart operation, the 
fetoad iDiilt tie taken firam toe 
danmdthta tt heum More <|e 
«fenitk» iad be oompietely ctoft- 
iMi Ae «#e4 tf m 




Coi^ have Amu mmmmtt^ epi 
i^iftiren and to@» 4^etwe» lioee 
^ i^MteM yein of 



age. 

Vir^nM Heut AstodbAtt esA 
Ms ip«*«MHMtottny#Mil toe 

•f 

Md ttoad^taMHt^ edBOitfM, 

to 



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(^K^M r^enu» fcv July etf 
$l^,46940u and a art ^xm^ 
for the nKfflth of $3,207,«» 
were reported today by A. H. 
McDcwdl, Jr., pftoktoit of tfw 
Vi^iiua £&!Ctm lad Power 



is^ iM fxrsventiw 
into eotim. 

Bot^ pdnted <wt tiuit 
I^ie^ r^ipiiiing ilfod «sr 
iheataii^ryadrWi"' " 

cmne tmm tfieef <rf 
SUto other ti^n Rii^moid, 
the Board of Vir^D^ itout A»- 
aodatton feds it m fitttog tii»t 
Vtogfam He^ a<U ite support to 
this ioparteit i^ogaiig* 

Ito added that %0 Mid sfH 
pi«^tos to^ 4lie aeoes^ of 
^ ia4toie adtoUstiitor to this 
oee. » w<dl w ad(tod dericid i»- 
dMoa. to view of the tocre»e 
to ttie mnnber of ree^ opea^ 
toiart opewtoa". "The VHA 
Boud", he said, "is most ^atefifl 
fiff tola fiptoidid aervM^ hei^ 
readoi^l to aadi^ jw|^ ]N^ 
tMitt^ the ttctonond Ar^ Red 

The Rijwi ^»> 
of Cbe BeM Aasockition will 
I^^^^pate to &m acc^s^aited 

bkiod I^MN(!Pr^dtoWift IVCNI^ft 
by iiiiiMn#^iiii§iirin flrririfl 
a8^Mi^#lrwf m4 C^tss. 

A ipQlaffittn fw toe Red 
Oto&, to toanUi^ the He^ As- 
loda^ t<x tiiis limndal assst- 
a^ said '^toe addition of the 
fuMtow adminli^tar m^ pos- 
dUe, m part, by tois giwA, -wffl 
^^sl^ tl» btood propam to 



THE EDITOR 

Idlter Sun-Newt: 
0Mr Sir: 

May I take this metoum in 
which to eapfees my ataeeca and 
lieart-ftiU; tihanks to eveiy naar 
chant ia idfMtK Vixgiftll BittA 
and to the pqf^ctly wonderful 
merclwatoef «he City of i9fM, 
who r^tjioflded so generotuly to 
nay caH f «r help, w<b«D I was 
visiittog sad eoltoittof 4teir ^oa- 

%* ••^■^w^^^aw '■■pa sav w "•'•'waB ^^^w ^h^v • 

I ftos varktAg ob to behalf «f 
T%B BnakuM ATul .PBsdaa^eaal 

Woatoa's Obb of Vlrgtaia Be«di. 
I eaiptelned to detail that our pri- 
ntary afan mti to fmttato «d»ca< 
tieri and kelp f(«t ooto wottw to* 
to tte bliAiaaas world and that 
ia dooe tfarough our emiHal 
acbektihlp ftmd ^ w« decMW 
tola year that to additioa to (Im 
tobolarthlp. It would be wA to 
iota hands with the other groups 
that were woridng ao dS^Mly 
to get a new (toneral fiosidlal at 
Virginia Beach. Ev«ry merchapt 
toat I Wkftd to «unNi|hi3r ito- 
derstoodour need, and seemed 
to want to be a part of this pro- 
ject. I was not reproached nor 
danrod by one aimle cerson and 
t ealtod oa ISO merchants. I was 
vetry grateful lor sucdt a recep- 
tion as I am weQ awwe that theae 
paoi^ hear this fort of ttung on 
an tveraie af lour times a day. 

I WMdd like to tty that through 
the auction we ware aUe totoke 
care of our aimual obligations and 
to addition to this we, on Mon- 
day nigbt fieatomber ttfa at the 
Pine Tree fim presented Air. 
WiUis <)he administFator of the 
toMptta), a diack to ca.yer 
an etodrocardtogram machine 
and stand. 

I an sore that as you read 
thi^ you wiU ML a 9«at.s«Be of 
pri<to ^ we do, at having had a 
duffe to tois worthwhile cause 
and to the Viifinia Beach Suir 
Nevra go& an eatra > epaciil 
"Thank Y<w" ndt onftr tor th^ 
most onerous 0ft$ mafceriaBy, 
but l(ff tiw m^M^ free ^- 
fprtiang <tf wr ttwtMi whieD I 
toel conlritei^ frMti^ to <mr 
success. I taw# Mtod^Awto MMI- 
tog by rewiy and <«atoi to JRwe^ 
any need that arises to otor cm 
mun^ . fiNtoar ,tos|^ or anuA, 
n&f^tl^ tti^m^ W^eti^ to 
|he pn^i^, ^wm and suo^as 



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liliUiie AcpiHrts laiscs, 
CerrecdoisFerYeugsters 
Net WerUif to Capidty 

fixa^ Jp fiol*er 

iSbiMeei Actuevement Record 

Most yeuflf people, like most 



adults, 



rarely operate at full 
but pavauts can '~'-~ 
iil^ to help ae md v 
claased by edu 
denchtover, accoi* 
iai JkoH. toe Kii 
ttof. 

Alt article to t)ie current israe 
of the magazbw stotes that about 
balf trf all aUe beyt and a quar- 
tos of all able girti an to ttos 
oatcgny -" M0A y««ttcaten 
wlKNM toartti* dww tibajr an not' 
6oiai as wiin ma. Hmv aheuM. 

Moat- ur g young 

sters need moea cnnnrtanfa and 
understanding, leas tottUig and 
reproof, the article admses. Par- 
ents wbo W nk thalr cbQd IsBa 
to this cateiory siiould have 



"lite itopoMi 
out •wbatbar tot a j^v 
Mttitfir W^lilra- 
to, wby. 

baeioi^. 




nattetie vuwBiMt Iby 
proval toOto Vam w 
the lqwvle4ii|..^t; 
reapeot aduesoQik fl> 

dam ind^tW»nd«tlM» 




ne^. " 
to ^»ir4 tl^ faMs* OH^ I ^ 

aym^m'tmi^ bMmr 

^warnith, Wndneas and 

standit^ is one of the 

ezperianDes I du^ ever \mm, 

^^ <tod Wsm you sad yoivs. 

iRyiqr t. Privet, 
Ottirman of f1jMa»% 

UnvrtollM EdHm^ 

D^r Mr. MaHhec 

.^^todugh woods cannot ad^ua- 
tdy express <wr ^^^«ekti(ni f or 
the fine )ob yw irf fisw il^R 
have doM this wsmm, we would 
lite to ttook you at ttos tane ftf 



Operating rev«w^ for ^ ipi^ wWi tl« inCTeifflB^ 



l4>cal lieaders 
At Club Meeting 

HNIA BEACH — Mrs. 

\Imoad Jr., president of 

tm V irginift Beach - Princes 

A««. ! ' -r tUon,an's Club, trtn 

Roanoke at a 

the Executive Board 

giua Federation id 

hibs. 

'Utline the local civb'i 
widely m> 
I Progrkn, 
iJie 2-day maet- 




frfttat- 



Warf ord Among 
MidsMi 



CmmmPk, S.C. — Charles 
ftwfrijjc WariM it., of Virginia 
B^^ma me el St nuWufniM 
to boeone n^^^ tuggSa&B of ttw 
Itevid WftC peo^mk M tlw Uni- 
'<to^ of Sntt <^lim lart 
'nmndaf. 

Cciwwntes wst conducted by 
(^>t V^mmkimm. new head 
rf «e ^MC departmert of f»rawd 
a dencc, K S pn. to ^iKn Col- 

d^pto for 

m il» VA i^y or 
1^ ^r piriMioB 



«»; 



Pythian Open 
^m&tnrday 

VIRGINIA BEACH — t^ 
Vi^toto ^Mh K^tt <rf py. 
thiam Lod^ Bfo. 166 wiU Md 
an (njen toHi^ md "grt^opfta*' 
Saturday at 7 p.m. ^ ^ regular 
nrntky ^%, 306 17tt S«w^ 

^8. Robert L. Rea wiD be 
gu^ tpmkm. AH 9f^m ami 
their wi«» ^rf trmfl an to- 
vited to jtfttad. 



rcoetve a "Jtouor 
CertiTicate, 9ie 



Oeir ^ 



twelve montttt m^& J^ 3 If 
1963, totaini $1^^5,0(» a^ 
net in«Mne a moMto d to $3^|- 
355,000. During ^ same period 
m 1961-62, opentifli revenue 
ymn $181,792,000 and net i»- 
cwne was $37,009,000. Opei^- 
\m revoitt^ tor Jidy, 1962, ««to 
$rS,499,M) ami net intxnne wto 
$3,240,000. 

PM^a« eanuqp mi ^ coto- 
paay's axi^mi^i^ck to jM» 
tsi^ive flM^te limited to n^ct 
tl» stock split (3 Glares for 2 
shjv») e^i^^ AfvU ^ 196$, 
amount^ to $ 1 .57 tUs year (MA- 
(Mred to 1133 ^ ^^ar, baa«l 
m 22,36S^)0 ^ito outstmA* 
ii% at July 31 fw boto pmeA 

MoDiMRril «it J^* pk^ 
27,30$ cst^MttiAiw toe pm 
twelve iMrf»-^44w el^t# 
ajMi 3j300 p&. TIk omnpiiy 
«Mv Mi appmMa^ 8^41^ 
^tofc a^ ll^flW gai ctm- 

VepoD qMt ^5;f nUlkm ^j 
to 1963 - - «-* 



teUood." 




tito Wttt Vfc. 



AkuitonGC 
PhnsMa^ed 

ALANTON — tl» Almtoa 
Oatdsi Oub m^ WedneriUqr at 
^ ^»ie (rf toe i^skle^ Mi^. 
JaoM H. Croc*®, «to W*a^ 
R^ Potot with Mn. John C 
Cate and Mrs. Geo^c M. Jact- 
Km & ^}-bost^ses. 

Lnflete<» was served <m Am 
l^k) owitocridng ^ surround- 
' m and BnMd Bay. 
for tte (M}*$ i^n^kk» 
ll» ccMBing y«ur were dis- 

^fo. J. C C^ui«y Jr. <rf Suf. 
firik hewfed a v^mt M N4p$ 
flM^ up of club mtntoftt. 'nt 
mmp iiKtwfed Mn. J. N. AM»d, 
Mn, D. B. Bt^kto and Mn. 

M. Bteon. 

Ribbons for arra£wm»n& 
«rare awttded Mn. AMo. Mrs. 
A. E. tondi, Mi». Ciocker, Mn. 
WavM^MiK mm.W. ^ tott*' 

fi Mn. W. R. Johnstcn, Mn, 
C. Law Jr. and Mn. R. L 
Mm^m. Muer aH 
mi Mrs. L. i. Walker, red 




vat wntufst eoudM te^ here 
at toe Civic Centor. 

fh^^Ml ttlteMh^^ i^tts 
ny^ be accredtod to tiM ese^mt 
(Kirv^tge and ooope^^n you so 

^H^to «^ff ouf Jetrlfelt, 
thi^ and be i^u]%d of our <»n- 
toHiii^ gratKu(te for a job v^y 



97 Pledge 
Allegiance 
To U. S. 



NOHPOUC •-- At the Unltod 
States Diateiet Couxt to Itoitolc 
Wednesday. Sqit 4to, i^#- 
seven tiem dtea tooic #to •• 
Mundng tti^rlhiteia to th#f 
JMdive litob awl ««mMg ( 



and netdtiyWifiad m 

Most stodanti to the 
achiever <ptmty 4a hunt ^ 
bdik mamtm aad «!• <1^- 
need to move up Chrou|^ U>^ 
grades, the artkto pointf out, to* 
the 'W«fc Ikey |y% out ii «lo^ 
to (he mhdmumttiey can gat or 
witii and Ar bekxw what they m 

to b^ tke tendelMr «owaiit! 
undatafltoeaameiiit abowi up 
early m the Ikit gnrtl i 
ally is fwtty 
ortonrtfa.*! 
nmas. GHHk 
spotted untfi the 
'"nxxf^OMflt 
appeati to A 
alon^mqit 

Sm „ 

and thir fPl ^jhe i^ da 
notap. **ttwy . Kuaiw aPfc^ jMi A, i>> 
dotijis twtfa^ but dontMlilf: 
toe^ Aouki or how to #et ttienk' 
selves to dMka the eftoit." 




Stoossieiy. 

William B. LiUyman 

IMreotor <tf ftomotom 





ft h Mto^ tM MMfr «( i 



tlw 




A*Ai5TM awoAL mm 



fe^a^^tmttid oMifpaoos 
to^ ^Mismi emataf, <^ UnMiH 
ai^ of AflMdW Mu^ w«|| 
young ^rnce tAvm, who (^ 
come toom <^^in(^^ iriien Am$- 
Uta aitoed ftsen tod b^ ato- 
^H^ 1^a« were idso (ftlbMB 
fMm Mm: km<b, wl» bad coob 
to ietBt toehr fMter ^iff^ts ii 

Ckermany ted ttie 8M with S 

md 

vri^ IS. l^ss were 13 fomer 
fttoMi^ 8 tonner Aatom, 7 
^Me^ ^ ^WMto^ S ' ftato 
(^a, f f^ j» ft|lipii|s, S 
A9b the ^ptiffiWrfl Tmi f' lud <(M@a 
ficom Ir^and, ^»ato, f^uioe, 
Cuba^ ^^urtria, 

tadtiixmtiy. 
Jb^se . Itottmn f*riirfnfid to 

tin oato^ that Ihdr miba^atkn 
UJ^^dtd iirto two parte. 
^ |ltoi rHKNmce <h^ 
lO^anee or Mtmy to "ai^ 
tor^B in]^» pstoiMrte; state (n* 
toiiyfl i ^ .'' i^nd, they i^d^ 
toeo* aOe^ance to tluir wl^rted 
county, the Untted Stales ^ 

t i^toa ywnd 

nc^cr ti^ttn 
be «^|^ to omflk^t into a 
_ fWtor,"itid« Wt «to 
M mm ^me fe a oestfkt be- 
tween your country and your 
mottwr country ... you are dti- 
^mU Ae IMed St^es." 

Jiitr ^iiV th^eis of Mm 
I^i^ers of Ihe Ameri(am Revo- 
ta^ ^^^^wt ed to the l^i^ual. 

gooA<^Mr,^eBt m^^§^ 
t^ md Santo Con^aM Chapter <tf 
toe NirtkNid Society Daugateff 

^ itf toe <Mdren of toe Amert- 
can Be^iHim provic^ pag^ 
SHttf fl$m, den B^omq, 
NanQT Beamon aiMl JulfanuM Mg- 
OiUtoi, who disUibuted flap and 
mi&oaa «uds to tl^ new dti- 




J^i^^Pttt 



WaKer ^fM^ Paries Jr., ji. 

fmn^a^ 

Viipift 

been iHMd flMjf itoM 

«}ui^E»i for^M Oum\ 

A native ol Wowttanl, N. C.^ 
Pt. FtOmmm^ raoehdy 
b^n associaiajwtt toe Un iywH 

M. ^ 

He temv^ hu B.^^and i 
.tor's dM^es at Wake f <veit i 
l^s MO ^^nuM n 
irife to M^iby biM MuHT 1 
ttetJii^^olNocfli^ 
vrihere he Miw^ as a 
fellow. 




ATIANTIC 



Attantie Faet 
Oil Co. 

Caih 
B^ ^ Night 



— swving the 

NINTH Urgeat City 

In th« 

Unitod States 



OEAN 



KEMIUM 

HEATtr^Olil 




Mrs. Wta Velllnes 



Mrs. Doris Padrlcic 



toysi^ 
Ocaan Nrk 



341-1971 King's Grant 

Pincwood Qardens 



Mrs. Peggy Holland 428-7993 



Bay Ojlony 
MiuMvi Park 
NMlh Vli^inlt 



AArs. Mward Tfp^ 341-3474 Thalia 

Mallbu 



Mrs. ^ j#iHiar 



341-W42 ^toprtan^loiy 



Mmikm^jMiumii^Mk- 



r 



il-MfeltUi «MlT 

■ses O 

ad DeUVERY 
f hIVQ iWMlMMMct 




Oldnt CwAi^M 
fVicrciiry 



857 V!r»iiy|||||li Blvd. - VirginitJ 



'121 




• l£GALNOnCiS 




Gui juiJLiil Service Center for 




niOBLEMS 



• -■!«*»»«.««»*«.*„», 



commMIu ■ tmlKim, • rhibiniIu. 

Uttm 

VIRGINIA SeACH. VA. 




Court . ^ - 

BmcIi^ ikjh* UMi day «l S«r 

Helen t;!^an' W-n.l^ Hrf(nMff 

J. S. usaoju rxiaaosa. 
and . wSlaAt ff. 1 

OROm Of rvoi 

The abject Of tihls 
tain aft . attMhiMne 
real euie, .conveyed, to the Co- 
OefendniUJii the City of Virginii 
Beach, MffiDiely a fpQowr a cer- 
tain ind of land in Lynnhaven 
Borough on the Southern line of 
Laskin •Road £ast of the 
tion of said Lnkin Tt<^<l 
Eaitem line of 1% l^oad, 

said line containing z.n acr^s 
and being known as Rou'te 10, 
Box 83, and to sell said real estate 
or 80 much thereof as may be 
necessary to satisfy the claim of 
the Plaintiff for a $66,920.20 
debt, owed by the Principal De- 
fendant. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
aotg «n nan niMnIi of 4te State 




Virginia Beach SUN-NBp ^ '-'^^^ S^t. 17, 1963 



Pi^«i 




JOHN V. fekiAb; caii 



tdwara 



T. Oaton, m. o.<f 
^^ Pacific AvcDU- 
yfrgiol& Bead). "' 




20 



nmi EfUite 

INSURANCE 



KELLAM 

,. OF 

mam 



B* W 



UseSMN' 



Ciaisifted hds 



nM 



Ulitfi 

mm Au iiltiTTt Mzoaa 



mM'<^ 



0rmsironf 

jvtNYL 



A vinyl floor iv 

JIMMC 9/tff ttttt 

•ndtNNiiit 
AH Work Gaarant««d 

PrffflELL 

tlf4dt.itMM 4 Till to. 
^ W. 21rt ^. — Aift S-S30S 



DIDYOUKNOWt 
THESM^NEWS 

im COMMliiCttL nHNTINfi 



- tilTelopei - aiilHIIHitI 



(^rfi ~ 



BrMftiu^ - 



»Meni 



Fwrnis 



E^rvrittg ^ Ihbcmsing 

can us For tour pmnliii 

Vf^NlA BE^H SUN-NEWS 

*lei^ ^Ai "Hie &wfc of Virpnk ^If 



Miu 



af Vh#iM; tit 
Ml* CImV« Offk* of riw CireuH 
Courf of flw Cffy of VTrvlhia 
on the 21i» <i«y of Aug- 

F. BA&XY. r^amH. 




428-2401 FOR iMMEDlAti ACIION 



dl 



iOTHA 



^ A. BAHJETi . <t 

OftbER OP PUBLICATION 

The abject of thi^ suit is to 
obtain a divorce a Ileiisa tt Ttoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon ihe grounds 
of wilful desertion and abandon- 
ment. 

And an affidavit having been 
made aiid filed that the defsnd- 
ant is a non-resident ol the Siate 
of VJi^ta, ihe last kn»«nt ^^ 
offi(% ^^^ im^. llMite %, 
Box 1150, Mttto Ci^ Mb^ipn. 

It ^ oM^^d tiuA slie do iqj^sr 
here wiftte Im <1^ 4^ stber 
due puUka^aft bereii^ unS,^ 

her IMcn^ in ^i ntfL 
A e^pjMFisNR 

•'jMtf V. mm^E^, (feA. 

BT: Ifen^ l|. m^. D.C. 
Bryd^es le Itooyies, p.(|. 
Pnrl^bkwd MOdteig 
IMdIjMlUnoad 
Vn-^sto Bee^ Vii^nia 

8-27-WU 



CwmmonwwMi of Virgfnia, In 
the CMet Offteo of Hit CIMHft 

B osc h , flin mo #1 ifay m Sop- 
«MiMr, 1$i^. 

fMHtttf, 
againrt 
NMJLY £. ^IfflKJK, 

Dafendant . 
ORI^R (^ PUBLICATIOII 
1%e object of tlus siM isOo 
ob^dn a divoree a vlm^ mitoi* 
UMnii firom tiie said d^adrat, 
upon tiw @t>undb of t jNars s^ 
ari^oft. 

AM m a^dwft lun^ ban 
made and ^d ttai lie Ml»4art 
is a wMMnsidrat of tte SMe of 
Virginia, the krt known post of- 
fice adA«88 bemg: Aed Square, 
fict&i Carc^. 

R is imtoed flui i^ do^qilear 
twre w/SiM ten (M) ^yu dier 
due ^uH^rttan iiereof , ami do 
wi^ mi^,be neoMBary to pitited 
l»r intoest in t^ sii^ 
A eopy — Ta^ K 
JOHN V. .FBNTOSSS, C^ 
m. Mary M. mm, D.C. 
Brydges & Broyles, p.q. 
IdMLasfcin Road 
VJi^giraa Bead), Virgnia . 

frlO-hU 



top. Radio, heater, pow^ sli^<» 
tag, power brakaa Md pMPsr 
windows. In exceUnrt ^^i^* 
flhst be seen lo le i#^ 
Pnced for fk^ itt a| 
GA*^. 

Station ^agon. 

rawBWiirion. On- 

iiues. OriiiMd own- 

For iilo 




-1980 Un^retta, 3000 
ii|6d «:9)ool transporU- 
tiML Oiaii duinet, |15. GA8- 
7346. 

BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 



at 



■<w^ 



VACUUM CLEANOIS-Rootw, 
S^ and service, prompt ef* 
fflciaat repairs. Pick up and 
dalimv. Ph^nu GA 8-^22. 
FmI Faed ft Building Sup- 



31 <iit»|^-^a#^ 



n0l7 AND (RIP^ (^t^MIR 

Ba9d»ing — HeatiM 
Sleetitel-^ Air C^^ 
Af fBE^ 

I^XMie 426-2660 



"^RSTOwWr""^ 



#R fawy waalod FoiWiato 



BABY I^Tfil ^ In n^ h<nne 
wbMi moth^ <iKirlEs. Ftene 
^Mil3. 



pteiejteed, worked at least 2 
y^. Ssceltenft working con- 
dlQom aiMi fay. Wrto Box 111 
eire ol Vfrg^ fiea& Smt- 
News. 



XtfftotoilisE 



iT-.' ",» 



n Household Ooodt 



yUSKITUBB— Mattrass and 
fl^iofs, books, (tesks, chains 
t^^ ^itt^ AH vwy reason- 
^e. fiikz Baiaar at Oceana. 



:Tj:^«TOF»n?i- 



Tj uwwiMwnion ovpptioo 



TOP SOIL — For sale. Located 
rear of Ifill^s Discount Store 
across from Princess Aioe 
Pfaaa. W. T. Hutchlns. Cali 428- 
1657. 



RENTAL WWL feTA^ 



REhfTAL REAL ESTATE 

101 Rooms Without Board 

ESSEX IK>USE MOTBL — 16th 
and Oceanfront. Rooms with, 
and witiiout bath, |10 and 
112.50 weekly. CoaiosisMy 
furnshel. GA 8-1^1. 



^ii<% deeping nxmi for rent to 
^lerty ^rarfctaig lady. For ftcr- 
tMr mfMDKrtion cal GAO-T*^ 
after 6 pjn. 



b ntee neigbborhood. Twin be<b, 
iflimbs kaik, air-conditioned. 
112. {^w-N««M. 



10» Roams WMi Baa#d 



To reM to refined la^ a i^oe 
pleasant room w^ use &t kttc^ 
en. Call 4M-S653. 



tiv Apoftm o w i s Iff ifu I'nMhail 



OCEAN ARSiS, ^5 26tb SIlRiagfr 
—Air-cimdtf^naed, 2 bedrooma, 
wat«r included. fll5 per 
moaO). Ctaiy 2 \aMs left CaU 
aCA 7-8009. 



i^MitS^-^^ C^fkrtinM money. 
Fia or ppt tiM. flo inveat- 
m&it, no <MNal^;a»l Mr eel' 



22nd St., 416-^l^pper rear i^pot- 
meU. Bedroom, bath, IMng 
room-dining room «)aA»inirtimi, 
kitchen, eleobrk stow, rsftrtg- 
erator, hof water i»ater. Wafe 
lomi^ed. CM GAaa724. 



^ 1^ IMMitad-Malo or Nmalo 



TAi£ioR m sBmmms&~%xr 

^eilN^edoD meo^ dterati«H)s. 
Mr. Bti^sU, $ti-ms. 



43 Positloii Waata d P omate 



BABYSITTING— In wixy home. 
. Day night 341-1201. 



WOM^N-^wtote ttwisewM'k on 
Va«di^ noMi&f^ and ^t- 
wtfagNs. ftrfwwoea, 4^8'1$77. 



■ii^ 



L^BtOOWCfS 




ANMOUNC^fNTS 



10 Spoclal NoHvs 



OUR aroiaffiS — Hease srtiffn: 
Tl;« ^ktas, shii^ 0Mm, 
posth<^ ^1^, Ak 6an<M, 
and a^m to^ we were ki^ 
enou^ to tet you Hwrrow. We 
We woqld 1^ to use th^ 
tbras on our }o)». IM^ Con- 
struotm C^xporitfkm, Lonctaa 
Bric^. 



<^^^Md AMwr ^(^ proiasaiohri 

bacbiground will teach you. ta 
play the traditional 5 
banjo. Mountain, Folk 
Bluegrass st^ taught. Also 
Folk Guitv. 4SM19i^ 



^outa 



11 Transportation 



ATLANTK- PACIFIC DRIVE* 
AWAY^ M — #^ Will d# 
livs' ^r ctf to w l^pn v^ 
cUy. ft)iutod drivcxi. (M ^29 
0004. 



MJTOMOTIVE 



^ AirtmieMk^iPw- Sale 







IMOltalelair. 4 
Wio and 
eted^os. 



yf.rters»%r-^aWi, Jtc. 

HCWSES-^adfe ««i toft. To 
toep untffittir or June. No 
Gbege. ¥oa tmaMi lead. We 
fta^b banoL For AirtlMr in- 
IMIMI^), cm Frontier CXy. 
aA8«18ti 



2 S-nxmi apartment, O^E^tex 115 
W^ Street, from Septorab^ 3 
^ June 1, C^i^afoed ba»t «ad 
wat^ Aimished. A. H. tUcJaod- 
sm, Dinwiddy, Va. 



f H AiM ilw i iOHts i^^mUhmd 



FOLLY RANCIt 140O-17th 1^, 
daas^ ffi&derfi rooau,^ effidh 
encies. I and 24edroom apartp 
mente. Reasonabte weeUy, 
month^, or snnual rates. 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedroom efficieoci^ oom- 
ptetoly fumidied. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can fumwh ev- 
erything but food." |M nwntti- 
ly minunum. GA8-80^, GA 
8-9701. 



r-'^ 1 



M^CHAhKMSE 



^ Avtleltt Per Sole 



CLCrrOK UNE POSTS-|22.fe 
cott^M# teataQed, heavy 
duty T ixwts, with fwir Unw 
(IM feet^ set in a}ncrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
m BMiltm Sapply. be. 



MASSAGK UACa^m — Coudi- 
^ype, like new, $^ Phoi» be- 
toe d ajn. « aft» 6 pjn. 
GA 84580. 



rm I IWWBVIIUnil woofn 



APFLIANCVi--Sanpta8 ia food 
used KM&^toTs, fi^sers, 
napsi wN^ai maehises, ctoy- 
«8. Varaas ^mA. Hirta Bazai^ 
at Onwaa <^m 9 to 9. GA 



FinDiture of M kinds upholitored 
and reflni^«d. Free ^thnM^ 
r^srartle prio^. Atftomdt^ 
^^ o^^n, t(^ and hea<Sin- 
afS ai m£Mi^ made ifd fi^. 
Ifi||!9 Uf^dMU Co.. 1000 
VWitf ^^ Blvd. Witme 
^^1797. tVe biiy and stf n^f 
M uM furniture. 



m3iCm VKGMIA mMOtL ^ 
One bedriMHB epifim^. Avail- 
Mm S^. 15. Prefer ^n^ oc- 
cupant. GA 8-9190 ewttinp. 



30TH SIBIEST, M7— Weak^ or 
BKMitidy, lu% f tuvitfied a»d- 
«s 4 room lyiuftineBt FlMme 
GA845^. 



Ill i^ rtments Fwrnished 

O&ma Ceort Mot^ Apartments, 
20e-ldth Sbt^i. l^fidency 
apaitn^nts. iffl i^Utti^ tU' 
nidied. J^m^ 4mom iqiart- 
ment and toalAad rooms. 
Uock tt<m Baa ^ttim. B? 
week & math. 

2 lAo^ famished i^nrtments, 
165 a nMDtt. Exc^Uent ceatnl 
location. 2 md 3 bedro(»tts. 
Livi^ fomn, ven^an tolm^ 
electric Mti^n. MA 5^726. 



e^to ST^iirr, ii4 — wi^er 

rates or year round. 3 bed- 
rooms^ weil heated, attractive, 
fii^ floor, fem^-in yard. GA 
8-Sr712 or GA 8-1853. 



1 and 2 Bedroom aj^rtnents. By 
month or year rwnd. Oas 
btock tma o^an. Also Toam 
by moa^. ReMonrtle. Cafl GA 
&M03. 



REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 



124 Houses For Solo 



BAY CCXjONY— Loi^ 3 kei- 
room, 2 bath ]m» m 100' x 
lOO* comer IciL Brick veneer, 
oil i^at, (»>e h«lnKNli atr-otn- 
ditioimL JbnnmdSate poas^Mi, 
FinaiMuag avallaUe. Owner. 
Call GA 8-2401 days and GA 
adSOl after 5:30 p.m. 

WEST ALAJITON, 1820 AsWiy 
Drive, VA, FHA &t €<m«eii* 
tioi^ loan. 

GA-rewOOD PARK — f»few du- 
plex apartziMQts being buiM for 
sale on London and Woif 
i^reets. 

600 THALIA POINT W).— 

Deitot Coi^traction Corporaticm 
34(^8311. 340-8591, 340-8790. 



12t Real Estot« Wofited 



1, 2, anl 3 bednxmi «pixtBaea&iL 
F^iMdted an.d imftrtniiajed. 
Monthly aiul year^'i«teilK 
Q)op& Reidty, 203 litti l^reei 
Office 4^1330, ni^te 4^ 
6833. 



Located m ^ heart of ttie beadi. 
Reasonible, year^. GA 84713. 



1 Bedroom, livk^ room, kitchen 
and bath. Conveni^itly located. 
Yearly i«*aL GA 8-1572. 



Choice ga^^ , iq^biMait, "^11 
furnished, id^ lor two. 4^ 
neu' beach. Octdaer tbrough 
my or yearly. DIM HO 44311. 

1-2-^ robm al^tStbMMts, $1^100 
mmth. lAilities IwrBisted. Sun 
Tide MoteL IM 428-1740. 



I^ wtth your neighbor f <n- per- 
amid mama. We need homa^ 
Iota, jMrr^tge, anall farms, du- 
^ac». We take trade-ins, also 
jmrchase ecpitttes. JU 8-5431, 
n^its 428^164. 

Ls^ Foodren 
WAIiCSR RSALTY, INC. 

Chn^ Moitmg. We need list- 
mgs. Two offices with 20 sal^- 
men. Member MLS. Can. Roland 
Hyde ai our 

mm mACH offke 

«»4110, mgbts 428-1490 
LARASAN RSMiTY C(M». 



1306 BALTW: AVE.— 1 Beditwm 
wMh aH ^^es fiun^i^^ in- 
^uding i^e m aiton^^ wA)- 
er. Yearif rental |# f& 
inoi^h. GA84^3. 



1 1* f'fWSW i*W «•!« 

rtw nme eon^atiaUy, $27.50 
wMK'. OM ^ write Mrs. Jolm 
E. abrtta), Jr., m. Park M., 



12^A tJatings Wanted 

Re»iks — ^Action — buying or sell- 
ing. Free valuation. We know 
the BeaA. IM widi ua. C^ 
Bill Mc£ni|bi at <Mir 
NEW BEACM CWFICE 
428-4110, a^hte 428-7382 
LARASAN REALTY CmP. 



EJS^ff^SW 



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115 



PumiAod 



&nsd| 0)ttag|e, lumished yearly. 
Ai>l^ ^ 2^ Sbeet or cdl 



Sma| furnished, €g^^ — fSd. 
l4^ cottf^e— ^pTf motil^. 
S^n£a oM^pH di^ worlnii^ iotta. 
Availalte now. CM S'M)'^^. 



Homie 




by ma 

, ufittrtflMRia lO f^ 

Four 1 Mttiims. Tfo 

A^SilaMI iiow, 428-100. 



117 vybita^ To Rant 



Fumii^^ pM untonidied (me 
to 4 b«iro(na hcMi^ and a^ort- 
m&oAs. Short Csrm <ff y^Ay. 
Anchor Realty. Call GA8-?m 
anytime. 



2^€> SI., 210—1 and 2 bedroom 
Ami^Md iqwrtmrnits. Yearly 
and seasoned rentaL 



MTO STREET. 317—2 and 4 
nxnns w^ i)^h and Slower. 
"Ifeat^ hot and cool water fiHU- 
ished. Call GA 8-1890. 



1306 BALTK AVE.— 1 Bedroom 
with ^ otflita^ flirmsl^ hi- 
dudit^ use of airtoms^ wash- 
er. Yearly rented. |90 per 
moi^. GA 84623. 



dAiSIHtb 6KPUY 



INSTRUCTIONS" 



PUroOTOftE-^Mning Room, aii- 
0i and dMtte beds, ^I^ 
tesiiMvn^ dANa* houselMM 
V»dk RMwifaliitf. f^m 4Ba- 
9667. 



siBi# n1 



RUC^— tel2 Umiwm lor ev«y 
SMnkWitte tawsa. 1495 cash 
aad (ai^ 0^fdl^l«s). WalA 
VateMasi^, Im k B^c. 






dectric, hqt- 
2 j^sffs cM, 



Virginia M. Taylor 

Privafe hstructieii 

Or9«n and Piano 

464-3675 

rltlw Pines 




M^ jAlad ^ 3 and 4 bedbiKim 
hAa^ aa^ apartane^. Two of- 
fi<^ wX^ 4 tall time reiM 
a^aCs to s^:^ you. Call Un. 
(WM at ibe 

4284110, nights 4284413 
U^IASAN REALTY CORP. 



CLA^BEO DKPUY 
AUGTONS 



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2M5 MOrrCACES 

ANY AIMOVNf-FAST SQ^ICE 

AlWlE^teALTY 



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HOh(E FEDERAL SAVmCS 

AND LOAN A^OCIATtpN 
MS4 vineinu aCACH akvo. 



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(10)— mrliw^ Bati^l 

«IS>— Artto I^Tiii 
0f» < a> — Awa4<d Tbe»tf« 
•:IIO (lOi — ^Thc BMt at QiwAm 

(tl$>— 'itUee B. Arooatf 'town 
•iM Cli>— NMHliW KoTia . 
tM i 3) — Or. Whltehiint H«DDrta 
lOiOO ( 8)— CBS Momiiit Vein Willi 
llika Wall«M 

mam ( «i>^ iu»«« £<». 

&!«• < M— Til* IttSoym 

( 1 Ot — Coii(<entralion 

(13) — Prtre Is IU«1»t 
11 :M ( 3) — PMe Sc Uladn 

(10)— NiwiBK UiikR 

AFTERNOOM 

18:00 ( 8>— Love of Life 

( 10) — Tour >4r«t IinDT«saioa 
1 1»— Itniiio^r* &iiia rord 

J«:tt ( »)— CBS Kew« 

(•(30 < 3) — 8«>Kh >^r Tomorrow 
<im— IValk or CfumatMBdMi 
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(18)— M-re 1*«t a«b 
1:M (10)— Kwrn 
8:00 ( 3)— ftto^rt 

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(U)— AM itovttena 
2:M (10)~K«C Mm 
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10) — 'Chu M»tcfa (}«M 
(13>— TnitoMter 
liny— NBC' »•** 

)'''lrinr Doctor 
>4ake Boom for IM^ 
1 i.i' -jjiaeovery 



4:3S (13)— mi^ MoMM Ctab 

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, ^ <I0)-^O^Mek Mimr'a CTob Aboy 

J. Oft ( 3)— Or, Wlilttfcflim S49«rU 

S;10 ( 8)— FoUaw Hm Sub 

& 30 (10)— <M^ Qmw McOniW 

«;00 (10)~SaiN M Six 

003 (IS)— HMty Somtt* 

3:10 ( 3>-Hltf0rti KMlBdup 

•as ( 3)— TT ft^wrin' 

,(13) B<» CkK^NUM 

3:86 ( 3>— 'W«Mh«rRisn 
3:30 ( 3)— C^ N«w« 

(10) — Hwitlry Briakla^ Report 
(13 ) a e a Hunt 
3:45 (lO)'-H»n«ley-»nnlUey Report 
7;00 ( 3) — MoTl«! 8 — "Thlrtr Secondi 
Over IWotJ" Spencer 'nw^, 
Vui Johwaa 
(!•) — Henooi^ 
(13)— M 9<iu»d 
TtM Cl«>— liVwM* 

(13>— &WlM 
8:30 ( 3)— Tslimi Seonti 
(10)'~SinpiM 
ftS) — Billy OfbIimb 
8:30 i 3) — Picture This 

flO) — ^Dtck Bawell Thestra 
(13) — trntooAi^lM 
10:00 ( 8) — Hollywood: The Or»»t Stare 
10:30 (10) — Report From , . . 
(13) — I^icna on America 
11:30 ( 3)— 11th Hour Wnri 
(1«>— .leievBa Qfnnfji 
(13) — Murpliy liartio 
11:10 ( 3)— llUj Hour Weathw 

(18)— Bill Brady 
11:1S ( 3) — Steve Allen Show 

I !•> — Wa^iH* 
11:80 ( 3) — Dr. Wliit*l»urat RepoHa 

(10) — SpoFta 
11:S5 ( 3)— Hovi© -naw 
Ili87 413><— in*Mra U 
II tat (l«>— ^toaUM 



WEDNESDAY EVENING 

4.00 ( 8) — Seerat Storm 

(10) — Tb» UtHcb Quta 

(13) — ^IVallasiler 
4:85 (10)— -KBC Navi 
4:30 ( 3>— BMcue 8 

(10>— Mate Boom for Daddy 

(13) — mtqorerr 
4:55 (13) — ^lr»pk9 Vonae anb 
5:00 ( 3>— Neva *t five 

(10) — Poopderk Pappy '8 Club Ahoy 
6:05 ( 3) — Ot. WWt^nmt Reporia 
S:10 ( 9>~«%iM^ Bwlia 
6:30M10) — Otil<* Dwaw McOraw 
«;00 (10)— Hewa at S^x 
8:05 1 1»)— Harry Do«r*tte 
3:10 r 3)— Sport* Ronodiip 
«;1* < 3)— Ty Reporter 

(IS) — Ron Cochrana 
3:3S ( 8) — WeatbeRnaa 
6:30 ( 3>— CBS Sewa 

(10) — Huntley-Brtnk)^ Report 

(13)^ — Sea Hual 
7N>0 ( 8) — ^Komplir 

(l«i— Artkw Sal»i Ihrr 

(18)— ItaWtBM 
7:30 ( 3)— CBS R«»orta 

(10) — Tbe TlrttalaB 

(18) — ^Wa«oB tnti 
8:80 ( 8)-^IM>to ^HOtt 

(18>— «% Onamm 
8:00 ( S)~*»8*m^ aiUbUIlM 

8:30 < 8>— DMt Tan q*a Hutw 
C18>-^Oar Maa 81nMM 
IO4OO ( 8)— Clad* IImsMn 
(10) — Mnasth Hour 
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'64 FORD FAIRUNE FA MlLY-SIZE ECONOMY PKG. 




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11:10 ( 8) — lllh 

(13)— »I1 9n^ 

11:16 ( 8 ) yaira AUae ^Mnr 

CI8)— lioaai hcva sui, 

11:80 ( 8)— Or. WkUnbmat 

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11:88 ( 8)— Moyla now 

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4&Ber S4.'EUu:l«w plants 

'M.tonfl^nr M.AiW^ 60. Trinket 

iLOo^a M.iteR«rittdc DOWIT 
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28. Fee- 
so. Thee 
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32.F«Bi«lefowi 

39.R«rtnint 
41. itepreaeata- 
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From ft fuil lan^ <tf bi^uh 
^ixdbiHroved ^^in^ to aoOn^ 
he^ new ^lis^ tt^ 1964 lUr- 
Inie <^ei9 more ttan ewr « fuB 
Uttaaure of pertformmoi and 
eooMnqr m a lui^jNaaed padi- 

"m«di sljling for 1964 nay 
gh« MMi» tbe mpr^aicHi 1^ the 
fttrtett his becraie a biiea 
ear," seM Dei^i N. f^, Fond 
Dhr^ron asaataiA ^ss^mi wmn- 
am- "Aotiu%. it nMm its 
origlMl ^e— aiwut eqiud to tte 
1956 fuU^zed Fotrd outsit and 
coiivar^de to tiie l^SA Fnd in- 
akJe." ; 



ear, Mr. Fsn w>ted ttwt i^nost 
a44^ F^dstesM ««9« l)utt dur- 
ing the 196S m^ ft^ cam- 
iai«d w^ ^8,116 M the 1962 
models. 



Crossword Puzzle 



4&W 

9. Craft 
U,Betom 
13. Malevolea 
14.0U€ard 

game 
l§.Stcq?ped 
17. Japan 
IV.SavtM* 
M.&idurei 
2I.F8By 
23. Total 
24.S«me 
27.C«reidgnM 
29.FMde 
33. Pans 
M.BM 

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llie <^nismuc mm Ifaies <tf the 
1964 Falrlane are coooptenmrtsd 
by a sete0iM) of fi^ enables, 
three of iviiidi are <d the teu 
bwk <test^ as ttM V-4 v^idi 
poH^red tte L(Au oazs to 9»»ad 
awi »vatfi i^tee ffaiish^ in the 
1963 A^napott SOOmfle ^- 
morM ]^y Cl^s^. 

"CcmdUi^ wti^ five transnk- 
SXMU fa- 1964, itey offer a ftill- 
lu» of perfonnanx and ^xsma^ 
dedgoed to meei t]» require- 
ments <rf i^ttty any *iv«-," Mr. 

ImftKkK! in tte liiwup are 170- 
and K)a<nibic-liMii six-cy!ind«- 
en^n^ and %0- ami two %9- 
odUC'indi V-^8. 'nnmmiffitons 
ava&iAte with ^sig^rted «>gines 
in<AHle thr^^sp^d manuid, the 
Forehxntie two^qieed aotrautk, 
ovefdrive, four-^e^ ^Ms^ehro- 
meA manual fkxxr tfutt. and a 
new Ouai Ran^ Cr^»04ifatic 
mitamatk. 

Hie 1964 Fairtaie modd Une- 
up iudud^ 2- ami 4-AK}r sedans 
and a 4-door ^m^ Wagon in tl« 
Faiitaie Sems. The f^auilane 500 
soies iocMes 2- azKi 4<k><? se- 
daos, a SKkMB- har^^, a 24o<v 
spozts iHWpe. aiMl a 4-doGr Cus- 
tom Ranch Wi^n, 

11^ new Faniam flti^oo wag- 
om iea^me gen^mis ea^o di- 
mensions (gr^A^ tl«u 9om& 
"fui4B»" statim wagons), a lock- 
aUe stowage gQi a partrn wiit (op- 
tional irt extra ct«0, 6 or 8 pas- 
senger capacaty, ride and tendJing 
djara^rferi^cs sw^or to many 
sedans, and a wkte lange ol en- 
gine-trasrtfa^Mm eMUutf(NM. 

D^oibii^ tbe growing pc^- 
biity of Ibe iitev»dtato«ised 



Heston Stars 




Charitan Hwton itart wHh 
Ave Gardnar and David Nfwn 
in SminmI •HMtoM'a "55 Days 
at PtMng," mHRT- ofMiw to* 
meirow at tha B aa d i tbaatra 
Hr a 4day 



m ^j^ 1«6« nmtm nedeb 
1^ he Mn)dnced hi ^sd^ 
diowroamaai nidirf Safl^ifctf 

STYLftae 

S^^g dianges ta th* 1964 
f^Mne ladude a aef# fMf Ar • 
wyte, lower ai^Mfaiea wUeh 
retain Cm p^wSir tteodeitttd 
d^ign. 1%e reaar qm^ pUM^ 
presont a WBOcsfOm Ui^ i^qiear- 
ffl»e viiBe Om tidat tie l^i^ 
se^>iived. A ^uameA idr 
sccMp flow into a {ra^taent «m- 
vet dHvt to Umid wttti tte 
rouml MAi^. 

4 new i«i^ 0m m 1964 
Fairiaae petmm fNt4 idn^»- 
toi. b emnfe^Mttm wtt new 
imA bam^* of iM^'d^ 
and wrapanwnd. the ftwt «m1 
carries oiMtte "mm sri^taatU'* 
ti^ae <tf Ihe ear. 

11i» esaateathm <tf fliese 1^ 
turn ^ri/Ok the aB new rar end 
gve a Inig^. iowsr toak to the 
FO^me for 1964. 

Is^de, iSl mm Wm destpa 
wtth new, more hitt^ous «kI 
dur^NUe Mska m&%mm loate- 
meot du^s resdr ia « feiiliflr. 
mMs iwKtein a^^anmee. Nea^ 
^^&mA IVKsta @Nt|i ftuc^el 
mats isOmwacse i^ «MWCt «ad 
te^rofved eemtet. tlewj^ irtis 
oKhv graitor cei^cni Md a 
iffifter, ^hiAiar i^. 
POVVER 

•*P«<ormaiMe proven** best de- 
scribe the unique ^itwe^ 
¥^iAam V-8 eng^s. tfie fmous 
*^iin-wall" cast iron V-*, ii*:o- 
du<»d in the FaMane, kas ^goved 
to be an ou^tandiag ^sitomer. 

Of ibe saaK! buk d^Ap as tibe 
power idant for Vbe^0/eA and 
Gumey iLotos ladin^pfis fMhig 
oua, a modi&Nl fUrMM V-a dio 
te powmng tiie fuMirat Cobra 
^otta ear to radi^ dyuq^n^ 
ships. 

Tor 196i three makm ta the 
Fairtene Ca»Henger 'VS oftir an 
outstanding ran«e of p&eksemum 
or »»noaqr. Ite 2t^<MbMne^ 
VS rated at 164 hoMi^^wer te 
a^riM^ wlHi a fuU4incyM8»b- 
^ Ihreeap^ tnamisl titllBriji- 
skn; ©veidrive, or r^ndnnsttic 

mm for 1964 te a ^Niri^- 
1^1 V<#^i^ tUfohtttA etAure- 
tM- mtf at 1« iKff ijpowef . lids 
engiiw eonriUn^ ixiUitst$ti^ pef- 
1(89)111^ with goed oro^U^ 
eesoM^ oo rejmUr i^Me Att. 
K «^ be «!«iM^ «M the al- 
sp^tew^ titeee • ^i^ cod 
finrHspeed maIwa^ ttnas^iHtons 
ai^ ^ i»w Duid Bi^ie lOm^ 
Oifittc traosiilsikii. 

in p^tommoe, ^ M^mUen 
tttcfa fmuMNiRVl QMtanttt V't 
rated M tn l Mga^(W» § wifr 
sMe. Thto ^tae is AT ttw Mm 
bMh; ^^1 as ^ fiMit iMt to 
tfie Coism. The tJ^mt l Ki^Mim it 

ttt4^pMd (rit^ndMntfil iMfr 
nd. 

tqrite iro<sWe4aA 
^^oe nAed at iM 
«^ Oie «s«e-««eA a^wtf 
ttnmMioii or % IMe^ 
Mb flto^^todir ^I^ S ttiad ii 
116 iMiiapowar «rt^ ^ iMb- 



In coiriunatMm wWl a n^ed 
unK bo^, F^Mane ^0i and 
^igineeing aduewnii^its haw 
jrodHced a U^ind^ vrtwdel 
wMh tiK p«4{nma»» ctaiaoMa- 
tics, comfort and iMsaei^er con- 
vfn^nee noamaSy found in a 
mu<A larger and te»vl^ ear. 

Cow)truoti<»D of a b^rvj^^iuge 
steel b(st secUon Irun t^ mml 
ar» to the rear wheel Imui^ 
provides r^klUy md Mlded sitfe- 
ty. W^ area of ^ body are 
aippo^Ni i^ '^rtpie baxm" tM 
abs(»rb the fence, vibn^n ai^ 
twisting acrtmi as the oar niov» 
over uneven naf^es for a 
anootii, quM ride. 

1%e out^nding rUmg (yudi^ 
of tiie ffWtew 6n ia^pc^^ i^ 
nwre t<s lM4 by deagn In^roi^ 
mei^ in ^ su4>ei»i«i fy^em. 

DeMtofMi^ of a nore neazj^ 
con^Qot viacosily Aoek ifea^^ 
fhiid 1^ nmte pcMrilde a itoodt 
absort>er giving # softs', mas 
controlled nde tlntNi^^aut ttii 
3^^. A reduction in tMkn U 
tbe fnuit and i^ur atiiipeni^ 
|urt|^ cooditatea to a scMltor 
rkte. 

Ornom AND ACCES^MtlES 

A ixm$M^ line d weetamn», 
ranging titm {Mwer a^eeb^ 
pownr hnkk» nd ftdl^ teaiii^ior> 
hied ra^M to an eooMMoy air 
^nditicmer are offers m Om 
FuAm» and FiMane 500 aeirtos. 

SM^ffi sate md i«r-Aiemg 
thbd seats ere ain^ 9ecid 
Menu avafld^ tat fitti^sm iNUEcm 
a»deia» 

ADDED l^iATUtiS 

FaoriuK f<ff 1964 iriU olfer 
onay add^ ieaiures s^h m 

—4km idwor •Moit opttmal 
power rteoii^ and fMWer iaake 
i^alaiui. 

— 4Bi|B«wed healer tmd defr^oat* 
e* for be^er, fioler ^&i(»^g 
and mrae efven ^eat <Uflblbi^n. 

-*Nfw, Imgo'^ravd aeat track 
to IMMe- arammwdato boA ilutt 
1^ ttf driven. 

— fifew crattlB»e emission 
&KotM «yst«n »^^ aft iriJN^Under 
^^s w^ a <K^r^ valve to 



fveveiA ujaetti^ <iie anl)ur^ 
fuel-air bafuice. 

— Nw? IH«TOh &Ki^ window 
runs for eauter xtidoi and toww- 
ing of mMomi ta i^m wet or 
(by weatiMr. 

—New, heavier pmge bunq^us 
with hi0p«Mied dettt mA &m<Q^m 
resistams. 




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TIRGINU'S SECOND 

URGEST mm 

SEMI-WEEKLY 



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rlEPHONP t%h a-^ft» VIOGINIA BEACH, VIRO"^"^ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBH? 19, 1963 Two Sections - 16 Pages 




Sand Pa 
b Be Increased 

' VmOINIA BEACH— The Eroiion Commision d^idwl Tu»- 
Ay » itep up ill ta^ ^mpi^ o^rei^ns fcy opcratlai its mmm 

Dttriiit^he ninwiw die rtain d^%e fwn^ «ily cj^bt )mn 
m ateht to, avoid towf^nce with bathers by sUtiflg ttie wMu durtni 
^ to^ tow. i ' ■:", - — ^ 




^ to «^^ to IP 1^ fl^ 
ta tri^t ^«t ^Mi tfttf f^wtan 
m Mm a»bi A«^|^ wg am- 
pi#M. "^ p^^m 1^ te luff- 
ed ^ nMl^i Hqiiir«aMRte to 

^^er, Md tiw od^o^te tiw 

to ^^^ ^in 4^, sz dqn 
• mek, to sHdi ^ «w|rt ^ 

fte SOtech #(^ ^mOk eir- 
ite nwl ^ Ow o^ fitidi Owl 

tedtd torn tfe in^ «e l» fttod 



opn0om m ma m ^ ctodge 
k siidy. ^ 

A Multe' divdfe, whkta has 
b^n pumping eigtt houn daily 
frMn juM kui^ lUidee Inlet, 
pr«t^^ nm Imi^ pumping U) 
boun « <hy wfam th« big dredge 
ntonu to liw rtatloQ, 

AlMut 40 feet of pipe used to 
inunp a^ mAo m» beach wta 
y>A diudiig ^ northeast stonn 

IIm jMra^ wiiKb uid high 
t^ mmmi %atm amounts of 
uM atoi% the b(w^walk. No ea- 
tk^B of tile kiat o€ aand waa 
nu<jb ^kA by l^£ l^msday the 
berni wu b^lnniBg to'i^buM » 
tim Me 6^WD to f^^dNe aone of 
wlmt was kat. 

^YMhm CoittmiaaiiHi (diatonM 
E. H. ChttfA aaM tamtay, "Th« 
beKih to(dH^Mi«o»gMd but 1 
have confii^K^ it iritt earn 




PROJECT AT 




u^i^^Hi^^^^^HHPt.^' High' Schod Band 

vill binHVVW^PII|PRRK% an effort to raise funds to pay for 
diair new unifonns 

Qonald Praffil^ And batnictor et IfeUam. aaid The School 
■OMd does not ha«fe ta aUotment of funds for band unlformB and 
1^ • school wants unifonns ihey 
OMHt vaUe the money oe aoUcit 
donatidtas." - ; 

The Kellam Band has been ac- 
tMbr Jriitag lands for over a 
9«P>l«9mve h^ band con- 
oeML iginiwred danoea, held « 



RaMis Shots 

Tt 0t 1^911 

City Dogs 

VmGINIA B£ACH»4ftind2«te 
of dogs tiiroughout the Gt^ of 
Vi^lnia Btach wiU begtt mmih 
tag labies vacdnations SttiMty 
«• r«iuired by city ordiawee. 

"j^ innoculatibns wlU be ^ 
iM out by a specUd Ralms Vac- 
(4|ittn lOlak: beU ^^^ by tht 
Virginia Beach Umm De^. aad 
tlM Tid«««ter V^Aiariaii Asso< 
iciaUon. 

Cost Of ^e fllK^ b d<^<Mn^i 
is 11.50 or half td tte twial fee 
charged fOr ^s e^^ bf vcto*- 

inarians. 

A new city ordinMee^re^piirl^ 
rabies shots for att ^k^ prku- to 
ciAamag Ucansm «nU a» tato af- 



fect Novtmber 1. AMet (bat Arte 
ownors will have to pe&mA vac- 
cination ceitifioirtM lwftH« pi- 
ting licenses. 

The ordinance ms adopted by 
CMy ClouocU m^er thia y^r 
iA^ ft i^MMt nifi^i^ texn the 
dttMM wm fwad hette. Mtrni a^- 
iowi outoreato of tig^m iam 
bim «^»ted h) otiis- wtMt erf 
t^ atote, i^aitlailarty tte aouth^ 

I Tlw diMHMe bas tftmd wxetk 
to tte WMl^tia «ee cid is 
mw mn^ dnni ^ &MMm 

The HealUi Department is dia- 
txibuttog aOjOOO. leaflets in (be 
cjty remind^ 
may uae the t^nlc 




SINGLE COPY: 5c. BY MAtt. $6.(X> KR YE^ 

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MA A. L. Usher, ^. and ta@- <fog "Rusty" wait for rabies 
biaociMie. LMt to t^i mim "W^na, HH^ Ma. ruier and 
U. J. Onwas, Suporvfaor Sntt»lBn for the <^i^ of Chesapeidte 
and Y^^ria Seadi. #aMii^ photo) 



PROCLAMATION 



3 



JUlM' Fannies", (thcv valaed 
jMRBD worS) of pennes) and 
'vtm they are selling candy. The 
ear be iMKfefKl and identi- 

Gp he sobotA. 

id uniform costs ap- 
proilnwtely I7S.00. The school 
ne*ds 64 oiiitorma, costumes for 
the Head If^loiette and her tiix«e 
.j^tiwH, end (he band leJMter. 
TM tottf of this inveabne^ to 
fikae to 15,200.00, and Proffitt 
wvH ttet be was proud to r^^ 
(bat ate yoimgslers did vatoe msik 
«f (hto mmey last year and Ikqm 
le te^rtlprih to ml ^ito yeu* 
tiMI ^(ite^^rH^ mi ottwr 
eatirt^ ^ « lew ^i^ cra- 
«^^eC tti aiM "V e^^ie 
^ epeiw a mMim ^9.00) 
1^ fl^e wil te win inside 
tte BUM 'iW I wm bi bam^ to 
^tm % m^ lor tez cto^c- 

di^ «e *}»<^ wffi^to woA 
to ratoe thto money, M AqriMutt 
to, • ' 



The unifonna tbanidvis, ere 
of the highest quaUty. nMe from 
a fine wool in Militaty elyle, they 
aetife both m a marcUtag costume 
<pk;twed) and M a &mcert uni- 
form, llie nMto ctetey an be 
removed «^ tbe Jk^ uadsr- 
neath to ^jM iM a tujndo. In 
past y^os tlM imiA members 
wore Ueck ptato and legiAv 
fAiiKfi mmmd m f^W pirt It 
"They hbm^ fr«» to rfaiA**. The 
Mw i^i^ai wis pro^ aU tte 
MOfMuy iraralh as i^ as a 

fjMit year tbe band ptrticipeted 
in ttie Oyster Sowl Gema, 
nunched in the Viig^nia Beach 
iteAd Festival, did their best for 
^e SclMxd Bond bsue wifth a con- 
optt in Princess Aane Ftaaa, 
f^^ in the^Sprlng Comteit, s^d. 
aMended every Keitom VV>otbidl! 
Ctene, which is quito an aocom- 
plIAnent since none of the 
gafflfts are held et "btaae" and ttte 
band had to "go on the road" for 
every football event. 
' 1^ KeUam Band Candy Drive 
mB toe running every dey thto 
m$^. The youngslen hapt to 
captore the fancy of every "sweet 
to(rth" )n the area. 




ft^Am^uiifflals brought iato the i«> 
Mfft by veoatioaMn torn araei 
iKMie the diiftase to niofe pivva* 
lent. 

Rabies, alao called: bydnfdifr- 
bia, to a ierrilybig dUeaae whkb 
may be tnimndMid t» hmpeoa by 
the bUe of a rabid eaknal. Once 
tbe agraqitoms atff^K, <tb#e to 
virttielly no cure and coovatotone 
and pandyato are folklwed inevitr 
t^ by thu^. 

^^i as AmMM ftrtyweey, eepv. 
^^ #PMi W ^M. M Katlain 
t^ Mm^ KempwHle Fir* 
De0i^ Lee^n ■rld«a Fire 
De^^ Ocean Park Rra Oapt. 
and Thalia IHr* Oept. . 

Sabirday, Sept. 21, from 1 
p in. le 5 (kin. at Tnoteu^ n ^aee 
EiaRMntary Scbdel, Aragena 
ilamantiiY School, Creeda Fife 
Dapt., tiatedt Fire Oapt. led 
Wm Alan B. Shapard Civic 
Centor. 

Clinic officials ere hopeful Ibat 
all dog bwneie -vM Ma 
'ja0a of the inexpenaiw pi . 
but aak that cat owilers stay awty> 

it's not that they dont bke oets, 
t hey esy toioed, but jttat titot t 
dlfnfenft type of semni to beaded 

to innoculate cets. "^ 



Wmm^S, RADIO to an bi^ortant instttotion fen: the educate 
and entertBinment of our citiaens, and 

WHOttAfl. Utile Stetton WTAR his provided exenidjay t^vwi 
. to ear tiUkm Wer a period ol forty years, iwi , , 

mfOSKEAS "Rjidio St^on WTAR wiU on SepteniHr 21, t«M A. 
4ttto' Aiibiiawftj' as .ttpaawt' ^jvi^i^mmim^B 
suwa m iht CoMMMnwealth of Virifaito 

Nov 0-' ' ' fvak A. Duseb, Mayor of the CMy of Vlr^a 
Be. -tUf fMdaim tbe week of Sepl^Aa- 23 to 39, 

1963 as 

RADIO STATION WTAR WEEK 

and oaU upon eur dtispns to join in Ous observiu^. 

Given under i^y band thto Mb day of September, 19^. 

fSAMC A. DUSCH. 
dteycMr 



Active 

Campaign May 
Get Underway 

VmcmiA BEACH— An acUve 
camjwign may get underway here 
in Novmiber to obtain signatures 
m petitions requesting ^lat U)e 
etectomte of Viigtaito i^»;h be 
allowed to vote on ^^isl^ by the 
drink. 

Attorney L. Charles ftirlage 
said Tiw$day he would try to ar- 
range flie campaign which would 
be sintitar to the one presently 
being conducted in Norfolk. 

tbi Norfolk p^Uom specifi- 
cally request that the 1964 Gen- 
«^. A^embly authorii* a refer- 
endum in tte city on the liquor- 
by^lhe-drink issue. A goal of 20,« 
000 sigmetures has been set. 

ftu-I^^eaid that the response 
l» has already' encountered imb- 
oitos thftt Virginia Beadi cM^ns 
worid ii^kKMne the q^xmbui^ 
to dgD locsd <^tion p^^M. 

Coal Pier 
Deiljcated 

WmlG^mk BEACH^Maay Vir- 
gima Beach officials w^fe among 
other erra dignto:!^ Standing 
dedtoi^on (%remoni^ Wednes- 
^ «ta> N(a:f oik k Wastwm Rafl- 
i«y's new CNial Pier 8. 

Guest spealcee at a lundKon ait 
ttw Qokten Tmmgle wes C%ri&- 
ti^ A. Heit^, ^lecial a^atoirt to 
J ^PSikkait itoaedy tor 4^di ae* 
gotk^ons mA fdrma' SMretoy 

^f^*^ 7 M \^ • , 1"^ job martiigy. -towBeriy 

V fN^oai^ frxKm anm itoi 2S ^ i^«i^^^Aj« 
t^ eoonto^to^ ym impm y^n^s; ^»k^.«, ««„ier 
'l^^V?^.^y?"°'* *°*^ **te wreftUi* cbeiigvtoD; Allen 
*'^ jlLW^te , W<*^. te«er mefflbttT of the 

^ ^ffl*fe S- WWtoOT wd-lBoston Red 3ox and Joe l»om- 
*^®'^*'^^ *""**^ *^' outstanding (jpiartor - adlK-, 



Water Talk Set 
Again October % 

CHESAPEAKE— Water negotiators from Norfolk, Cbe»4 
peake and Vii^^a B^ch app^r to be reuiy to sit down md ^ 
cuss an equitable fxrke for Noifdk-<Mvned water lines ip tbe |i|| 
new cities. 

Members of tte Chesapeake-Virginia Beach Joint neg<Hiatm§ 
committee will meet with Norfolk offkiato Oct. 2 for the fii^ raeb 
meeting in almost 4 montls. > I '" -* 



In tbe meantime engineers 
from ftblcohn Pimto Associates 
of New York iMve been apprato- 
ing the Nortolk-owned mains for 
the two new cities. Tbe figure 
th^ arrive M will serve ta a 
hi^ for bai^lining. 

Chesapeake Circuit Court 
CSerk Chfi*les 6. Cnm, cbair- 
tt»m of the 10-h:Kn^>a* n^oti- 
atisg committee said Monday he 
had arranged the 0<^. 2 meeting 



Scout Ronndip 
Tliis Saturday 

NORPOLK-Cub Scoub^ s'oy 
^cwiis and Eiq>kir»s trom di 
over Tidewater wHl ^fliar tA 
Foramsa itold Stotontoy lor e 

rmt "Roundup Rally" between 
and 4 p.m. 

10ghlig]t ol tbe eftomooa will 
^ ^e appearance of tour outr 
aUMUng "in^ewater siKHtf f^erson^ 

jiJ^es. 



with 

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\h|^a Beadi Girls 
Return From Europe 

VBKUNU BEACH — A tour couple of dqw to aee Switzertand. 




that took (wo Vlrginto Beach gfa-to 
trough seven European countries 
thto summer has proved one ma- 
jor point-— thto really ^ a «m11 
world. 

Karen Patrick and Claudy 
TuckM- returned last week £r«n 
Peris, wbeze ibey were mne^l 
in tbe summer aession at tbe Sor- 
beaae, and both ireie ema»d et 
the lemihiii of ,Vii«im Bmt 
people ibey reo into to vartoia 
lod^ttooa. 

They met a fonmr Mxpuin- 
tanoa wbito utoMag tbe Tower of 
Ijiwdon; encountored « bi^ to 
Pwto ^ MtA ODce lived a f^ 
btoeka tnm Ctoudy; haflad down 
eaotber onetinte beach re^tont 
JMd vtoitad inile boiM 
to Madrid. 

.1^ two girto were to Europe 
for two moi^ partidpilb^ to a 
Freoob study j^ograto #Mik»^ 
by Temple Univenity in Pos^A- 
viBto. Both ase abtdeoto et % 
OeQeflB of WlOiun end ffary Ih 
WlDivmbuig. Karen to a TmanA 
major; Caaudy, fine arts. 

Ibey went toucb of tiM tMue 
on a Di^ ship going to mA 
from Nottardam; ene «Mfc s^ 
aeeing to Eegtopd, HOltaA Sotoe 
aod%»to; «bd five w^gtM M 
Ssibatte> T^ deaa^ <>waai#yrt 
The parade , was a ^toatoe<rfl^tWy n «ta^ mmmm 




Elks 
Appreefation 

A BEAtSH — Stttted 
iiu.<::x iwwert L. Simnaon d Vir- 
ginia Seech lodge 2MB of tbe 
Bonevident and ftotective Order 
of Elks expreased fato tbanks 
Tuesday to the mani^ dvic and 
service {JrganiajttipDs thai helped 
in tbe faU festival perade Ust 
Saturday. 



the Cfca Redeo weekfind thet wee 
dampened aMHWte % 'm^ 
ment wMdier. HMwvw, ewnli 
as scheduled, too tiid tM g tbit pk- 
r^de, were hM m fft^ied. 

Htoipenp pntad Ae mtk nf 
all groups that aappMtod te MA 
f<eatival parade md be ^^Ai- 
toriyofteed t^Bfc aid ^ytfte - 
ttoik to til^y eWBtoh nM wtfis^ 
ment beads fw fbelff eM^to to 
betaall of the ^ Ctf^ 



to fBe&mA 
«iw tot e 



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Hi I, 




While Mudying In Paris, tti^ 
reeled to ttie Amo-ican House 
in ti» ^flwol's *tJniversiftr CMy." 

'Ttiat imis ui experience m it 
sdf," Karat <K>nunentod. "We 
m^ a» nuiy people from differ- 
ent <wintri^ ^ we^otog tl^ir 
mrtive ecartum^." ♦ 

Kuen Mul ClMidy t>oth agree 
thfrt p«^ are pretty much the 
aame the wotM over, iM l^ans 
and SiMDJsBHls are "waim^, oKne 
(K>iigeaid," they ^d. 

'1^ f!retu^ az« lut ^ j^iend- 
ly. ^>ecially toward American 
twrkrts," Oaudy/sakl. "BiA you 
oimt tea)^ blsne toraa for fed- 
ing tfttt my wben ymi aee bow 
Kwoe Ams^^ms act iriien they 
get to Trmm." 

H^r flist EuTcqi^ai meal was 
served to H<dland but it didn't 
tum <mA exKtly ^ wey ^e girto 
expeotod. . ' 

"What I ordered tarmd out to 
be a nw taanriwr^r saiuiwich," 
amiy 9m. "I coiMn't ei* it. Bat 
onr alqancbs 9t toi^ier as time 
wHd, <n e^ we eom e^oyed tte 
i^. l^e&pt m l^igkuMl. Ttm 
tMd Ihee is so ti^ito»." 

Tti^ftoit Am«a<an meal was 
^oard a U. S. Navy ship wbece 
tbey were tal^n as go^to of 
ifrtoa<to to AfadrM. And Karen 
i^tautted Ae droM»d by toe USO 
to Paris t&c a liamiMr^'. 

Claudy is (be dauf^tor ef Mr. 
and llrs. Mm A Tucker of 521 
2^ ^t^t Keen k tlM daugh- 
ter of ^. end lira. L. wys^ Fat- 
mk of 560 I^ddey Rd., B^ OA- 
ony. 

Ibe ninm^r pn^nma to m 
exe^tont wi^.to study mA tnv^ 
boto ^A wid, iMrt Qm ^"foM 
Itte to see caoie of Ra^ "nei^ 

TMmr " 



on iie l,600^oot cotf pier 

Ptor 6 b^momtttag last De- 
cember up<» CMtti^ion of toe 
fM of its twto, s^-propriled 
loadii^ tovme. Tlw aeebod ^ver 
wes coit^^Ml this mmmm. 



W. T. C^OKB F.TA. 

VHtOINIA UACH ~ Tbe 
W. T. Ceake Sdioei P.TA. 
wilt heU Hs fini me^iny ef 
the 19^44 a^eol year Men- 
M^ et 8 pjN. Theme of nw 
pragtem will be 'IMeet Yeiir 
Teacfiena 

A recap Hen for faculty 
memoeri <Hn toIiow me bii^ 



wHl be introduced by Frank A. 
0u<My) Davis, Chainran of tix 
rally. 

NAILHES NAMED 
BY PUSS GIMP 

VIRGIWA BEACH ~ A»>m R. 
MellNHr $jpa!dmm0s idltm 
Vkginto BeiKA ^i^m, ^ 
been named to the ft^rtem Re- 
0onat tieedng Commlltoe of Q» 
Vir^k^ {4e« Associatton. 

The appcN^SKs^ was made to^ 
■««k by VPAI*resident Jim Tin- 

^0. 




Clau<ty wean a menu - .. ai ^m and wooAm sho^ from 
Ht^tond whac Kar^ modolt mmmt^ fam It^, !»t toe most 
important remindar of Am* tt^ to Atfqx to a na^^ltion <^n^ 
mto bom the Fremk su^dmt ae^oft aft- te mt^ftm^ to Pafto 

^iwto Ffaeto) 



wito Horf oik Mayor R(^ B. 
tto, Jr. 

It win be held at 2 pjn. to ttie 
oflMe of Niwrfoft O^ 
Thorns F. MaxweB. AT 
tim^ C^c^ sdd, the con 
witt^be re^y to b^n fimd iiii 
l^iltioas on a bulk wal/&r 
and cost of ii^ wi^er lin^l 

I^ Jwus CSiesape^to 
Vlsmi^ Beach ne^>ttotors 
N<»f ott offictoU toey were 
torested to buying tix 214 mipt 
of Notk& f^ looatod to 
two citi^ and also m 
bulk wirter from Norfolk to 
trilmte to thev ewtt cozens - 
the prtoe to ri^." 

Nqrfidk agreed at ^»t time ^ 
sell MRer ihs current f Mn-4na|f| 
^pl^ato^ betog h»idted by mi 
9mm firm. 

Boib "i^fto^ Se«^ aid 0bm 
ipeake are wi^ut pittie entor 
^yileBis ef ih^ cmb anl ia^||| 
dejend on Norfolk, Portamouttt 
and private weUs. 

AM Senrices 
■0Mg nifiiii 

KiHMlVliJLE; — Hm Vjigtoto 
Beach RaCieation Depastmeat vnll 
sponsor an Adult Sctvkcs Psro- 
gm» «t UntoB HQmfmmt n^ 
l^hod b^im^ October IS. 

Hm program will include does' 
ee to .erte and enfis, . iji smiM. 
nitttosiy, #anend-bQeMi> 
sewing and knitting, pa 
tary procedure, pbystoil i 
pr^tong and begin&ets baaii 

Cbuwes will be open to betb 
mm and women. Those intaniMi 
to r^^itertog toay do ao ^ cA 
m ^-6262. Regtotration begtoa 
jtfo^y. 

YmHi Arrested 
far Irialiins ' 

VIRGINIA MA0f— A 20-year- 
old youth was «T«^d here Meifc- 
day and cfaai^ with a series of 
ttljw Imr^aries to toe area. 

Tlionu* lee Twtty, who 
d«czti>ed as im^liqred 
havmg «> fised Mtaa^ was' 
prehended while txti^itorixing 
(Mrk ChewKdeK^. on Vi 
fiee<^ BlmL, a<^n-ding to 

Tbe oiber liefls w^e alsol 
^r^n Bea« «^. ind 
conitiftedtt^veen^^st 4 
WMay woBfabm- 

P<dice sd^aiost of the burgtor*^ 
m invol^^ i^^ cash totallnf 
simH $112 to tbe i^oe tbelj^ 

TUlo^, w^ tmsM eSl^it. 
tt.m. M(n«to9, «i tbe CUak Ghev- 
KM fna&lBM by ^ T. W. Sln^ 
mom and Detective Cbeiie^. 
Payne. Deie<^v@ H. C. ftarry and 
E. L. Knowtos i^iiAed to tW '-n. 
vestigation. 

TilJery wiH re<*lve « b« 
Minwipal Court Oct 4 





Council Mett 
September 

VrnGWU BEACH 
Council will not meet 
Kheduted but wUl i 
ste«i on S^ % at Id 

Bfon^y's meetiiv 
poned a ^wek b^au» 
toe egmMeamm «# 
a meeting of tbe 
nicl^tes to Rfl 

ZoB^eraMan 
toeSipi»«t 
to bededded 






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MEN — WOMEN 

PO$mONS \A^ OyTSTANDING 
A GOOD NTOMTM K>k THE 
RjTURE - CC^t^T 




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Bayside Club 
Plans Stuly 
(IrDap CItsais 

BATttDE— ^n ^ iteM 
bell tolled for tlK yMiagrtm M 
aim {H»t tome of tlw ^ribo-'s 
to irork....e^)ecUly Bi^a^ Jun- 
MUr Wwnan's Chib oieiriMs. 

A Virginia f^ksMm pn^sA, 

KNOW mmmA% Gomm- 

MENT, wai begun M tbe S^^ 
b@ Mft ae^s- Mm R»« 
HoMi «ttl cmmm «o m^wa 
t!w Mu(^ to be iuM M ^eh diA 

dor 0l tti yesr. 

I^^ faidttite ^idy gfwg^ d^ 

Ev@y «i(BlAl«r fM^pMM^ i^ 
planned. 

A jboeldet on tte iM^ is tei^ 
em^m 80 ttil «^ ansNr 
iito» ntelM a nie^ng fi^ ^81 be 
il^ %» immO, ^om flw eventt 
AM «0(* ^ne by nn^ lA^- 
telbitatsAwe. Poster and 
«Aer (eacirii^ aid^ wm be and. 



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FIRST STOP 
ON THE WAY 
TO SCHOOL 



ENGAGEMENTS 



YANCY, CUTTITTA 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mr. 
andMn. Henry JtylAd Yancey 
a«»ow*ced the «n«|fsment of 
their daughter, Mui Romelna 
Gew Yancey » Lt. (J.g.) Joseph 
Stanley Cuttitta, USNR. 

Lt. Cuttitta is the SOB <rf Mr. 
and Mrs. Felice Fred Cuttitta <rf 
Lexington Park, Md. 

Miss Yancey attended Chowan 
College and is employed by 
Charm Associates. 

Lt. Cuttitta is a graduate of 
SatM im VwisfmSn mi is 
smaiM m theNtvaf Ak Test 
Center, Patuxent, Md. 

The wedding will take ^^ 
Nov. 2 in Immaculate Cdoee^: 
Chapel, Naval Air Slttiott. 

LTUn-.AU9nN 

ROANOKE RAPIDSi N.C.— 
Mrs. lames Onward Bdmaattsm 

dhwgtoM^ Be Xph Amnm» 
Lyisi of vSk»A Va.. to 
U 0.g.) AM SSvea Aestia, 
im, df tte OcM« Navil Air 
ScatiM. 

U Austk is thtsoa d Mr. 
and Mrs. 3dm WBkm Austin 
of HuidHi, Gmq, 

Miss Lyiis. Ih» dM^Mr <rf 



Per^Mial Mention 

Mitt Bec^ Wc^y, <ku^to 
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Wei- 
toQ» has MH to i«3ume her stud- 
ies at Hollpi College, Her sisters, 
AAM Nanq^ WeHoo, reiutned to 
iMtm Arm in W^shiOgten, D.C., 
KsMiss Ka&hy Welton hss lc|t 
to enter Penn Hall School in 
Mits EdnKwdaon is a gradtt^ite I CAanboibuii, Pa. 



daughter, Miss Patricia Mae 
Ed^dsoa of Virginia, Beach, 
to ils. Charles Fredrick Mann, 



Em. > fans is tbe son of Mr 
Mrs. J'rcd Mann of Canton. 



and 



of WiMaftistoH High School and 

is employed by Retail Merchants 

CoUectkui Service ia Norfolk. Va. 

A fall wedding it planned. 

TIGN0il--GUAillGL10 

VIROINM BEACH — Mr. 

iiH Mrs. W, L TlgDor announce 

nngetnAf of uieir daughter, 

Kathleen Anne Tignor, to 

foaerh OiiariBlio- 



9fo. Juiun O^M»iM wM r^ui 
Sunday to her bocae «b 53rd St.,' 
after qiendlng three weeks travet 
ing in Europe and visiting her 
SO' ' ' >?hter-in-lsw, BS^^or 
ati< .tn (MtMroe, Jr., ai 

their home tn Helsinki, f^nland. 



PmW Jotea«, 
d«^ter of m and ^ T. W. P. 
J^m»n, wUl Iwve to^y to ^lO' 
the Junwr Ctim M Swea M hto 
Colte^. 






HI oafQaa sn* 

Theypl iMk 

and nM. 

325 Usfcln ««ft<l 

Qp|Wwi te ^Moniei Store, 

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CONCRATUUTIONS tO 

MENRY r. JAFFE 

FROM A rEU.OW KIWANIAN 

An Open Letter To All Parents: 



ar Parertf: 



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If )^ \tme a child in ^0m honw ^ In«W is tmilMt fiv^»Mttnt to yvu. 

At the beg»fmm9 trf a 9imt «*w^ t^p, ^%l a$ a^^il^ mi we as c^ffwl- 

ic pr^rtftetws ^mM be p^fto^^^rtiimarf wfththt^i^ of our #llir^, 

r^ent w?ort frtwith^ Bi>^ Vtf|^^ttM»»prirtf>^^ tfAtiaBd for #rti CDf». 

cs #Mt show #Mir ^ M^ ^ PMvy ^Hir ^f M^ lod^ Me^ i^ 

e Of d iiew pre^lf^cNi. 

Perlorffc eye examtnatbna dr« t«^^|»rt U #» tMff4i^ # twy MA, 
Th ^asroi^meai^^^pieft of Nwih €M». ^y tNim^ r^i^ 

prof^ionel eye (Ar« can « rftfVf ^mI prcrfsldwi be <^«wir^ # «» ^if^ 

; staa»«nd th« neosmry atepi Imi ywi to fiMni# ^ More ft ^m rtoi to ^^ 

i^ertH «««n greater ^<rt>^t»s. 



your child has mst Nji pnrf^l om^M^ (^6 reomtly, we i^ ^m to 
I mdKe an appolntmimt now ^liim to have a ®roplete e^ 
1 .>u',r^ a* ka ^arts the s^i^ yaw- on ba his m$^ Iw^jor^if 



^ #>v» this to our d#imk 



lA liagBsa Hon tte Univsnity of 
Noftb Ciraik itera «a was a 

Lt. ABstiB fimud a B.S. de- 

gy, " «ya cgglaaeriai 

Paonytvaiiia Mlary 0>i-.„. 
wlifft lie was a nieqdtar d Theia 
^ Imenity aad 9anMi« Rifle 

Quo. 

m weddhv iriH take piaee 
Nov. 2# hi Rotfioke Raj^ds. 

^ffiWTSS — . EVEEETT 

BAYSIDE— Mr. and Mrs. 
Jc^lA H. Pr^tisi oC Bftyskie 
announce the emMttlMut of Ai^ 
#iugl«er, Miss Cfiol Jean Pren- 
tiss, to Oscar L§oh Bwswt lU 

Mr. Everett is Ae son of Mr. 
uid Mrs. Oicar Lewi Everett Jr., 
also dt &^i<ie. 

tte v^Mne wiH tafa p^ace 
Aug 22, 1964, m Bayskte Metho* 
dutChucdi. 

Miss Prentiss gri^uated m 
1960 frsai Princess Anne High 
School and att»ded Oki Eki^ 
mmmKmy^, m» U tinployed 
as a ^cretary by Ae Wu$$txm 
Roads Army Terminal 

Mr. Everett mAnt^ ni Jf61 
from PrvK^^ AttK Hi^SriKoM. 
He is attending NorA Carolina 
&ate Cbllege, Rale^ N. C. 
where he is a member <rf Sigma 
Ai^a ^j^takm sotpnl fnitenj^, 

MALLES — PEA^ 

VIRCHNIA BEA<M— Mr. 

and Mra. Ral|^ R. MUles an- 
nounce the en^ga^meM of tiieir 
daa^ter, Mi» ^ginia K. Mal- 
les, to Ross Outin Vmm. 

Mr. Pease l» tte son ef ^. 
and Mrs. Maurice E. Pease Sr. 

Miss Malks is a gnptoate of 
Kenn«d-Me H^ SiAooI ui 
Fawn GKwe, Pa. She irttenAd 
Longwood Coltege and gradu^ed 
town ^ N«lolk 0>li^ of Wil- 
liam and Mary. She is a member 
of tte famky of Woodstock 
Elementory School. 

Mr. Pease graduated from 
Norview High Sctoool. He atlen- 
cted Oje Norfolk College of Wil- 
liam and Maiy wd Tedmkal 
Institute. He u a graduate (rf 
ChRa^ Technical Instate aad 
is employed by Akon M. Butler 
as a surveyor and draftsman. 

Thb wnJding will take pte» 
Nov. 28 in Baytake Me<iKK^ 
ChurcA. 



M: Nfr. 

saTMhrs 

RMWRiontj ^ 1 > 1 1, ' ' . I . I ■ -in .--II. 

Mils Tigacv is a graduate of Mr. aM Itot. M. Wud C^, 
Vtiidoift BStteh H^lclkooL She Mr- ^ tf»- 9tm. Lawkv, Afr. 
levMvedl a cecHOsate for a busir Irailiitt.'WilMM J. V«^m md 
aais omne m Elon CMIege, |Mr.«idlto.Saa»i^iriiii||tiitf 
i4w« 1^ was a nember ofjthtf ^^^tend is O^d tlil. 
Beta CIri ^iton sorority. She » i N. C, aad i^nd tiie Univez^ty 
enViogpad Mia«iM»v 10 the ^ \otwmii^^m • %3f^msm^ 
«i pw a s dj JoBj far the Alan Vh^^nn fwttnll pow on Satuf>- 



raataref pi 

a. StefBCfd 



fd CSvie Cmier. 

Mr. Om^^'"^ <« n pBrtaali of 
RiolMKMidh MMMtoad 

wUh Ae Us. Navy 

'o le carrier Saratoga. 

lac wedding is plamed for 

Nov. 9. 



day a^aigoMi. 



lifiss l4i^k WhMe, dm^ite. 
of Mr. and Ifrs. T. J. Wms, and 
a dei^anie W tte <»aui9 m^, 
has 1^ to «*er toe Uto^^|^{« a» first sub^t mmm 




UNIVERSITY 
TOLD OF MEETINO 



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^MaMh i^C^i-^The Virginia B6A<^ Branch 
can J^miMm of Unlwrs^y Women had its opening meftUn* 
CoU^y Day Sehc»l W^n^dtoy night, and heard tts 

Ray Shi^, Jr., report on tta Biennial National Oon\ .-^.. 

June ta ^ttvar, C(A>iwfo. Mrs. Shield represented this chap 



Om ifiOO <xMege wmwi It* 
tended the Convention, wWch to" 
the f 1«4 time tod r^r^Bntattim 
%nm we» iW half ^ Ms l,ftM 
brands. 

Mrs. ^^ steted ttrt ^ 
two-3^M'4aBg StnicUue Can- 
al^m i^MBMRdatwiM. wliich 
pre a aew Imk Mrf hid^^ 
M^ sp^VM^ to 4h« A^^e» 
tfotfs propam, wa« accepted by 
•flw COTvention, giving tte ^te- 
§sim tt^ chok^ to tito N«k to 
tten* r«sq%ctlve bruK^i^ l<»r 
Aipte for tbs next two ymf9 
mdy. m^ M«: Biid^« the 
Cap brtvrwn &3ence aid tbs 
litynMB; Die .^m^tom nw^ 
in a Chan^g World; 0«Ate)* 
and Oj^etiL mi Ex^tMam tm 
ldwu*l8n. /nw loeri Branch 



of I^tothCtt^M. 



s, Jibf . Wm^tn P. Dtd^n, i>r., is 
^mdUj^ aevwM A^^^^ng l^r 
wt«>-fai4aw, ^m. C. tiMM^^iee 
IMboM at hs- fa^ in WiQnM# 
been. 



Miss 1^ 'iMnte, tei^tor of 
C^pt. and tta. Julin T. ftu^, 
has resuMd Imt jrtMNt at Hoi- 
lins CoO^. n^ Mket, Judd^ 
Burke, has r^r^d to J% An- 
drem' S^iod in Middl^Mni. IML 



WAIfTQN— CADDY 

tHiA BEACH — Lt. 
>^...M.. «id Mn. Hoeaae B. Wal- 
lom smKw a we the eiusjrmeaa «f 
llieir daad Hw, Mjss Adrteaae 
l^ Wama, le Micftael Joseph 

Mr. CacMy v fbe son of Mr. 
and Mrs, Heitert R. Caddy of 
Qiesapeake. 

No dMe bia li^a ^ for te 
««Aiing. 

Miss Waltaa gwJuated from 
I^iKMS 4mm mfi SduMl in 
t^L She4 d»«e^ stud^t M 
Radford Co^bMs wibBie ste k 
majoring in e^ooituy dhxa- 
tk» aitf will mtti the sCTlor 

^. €id# m^atod from 
Gr^ BridfB High School in ,^^^^ ^««^. 

1961. He will enter t^e junior ^fllir and'Mrs"'w"^W Cbnnell 

-"" — her 

in 



•Miss Be^ Anne Kellam, 
daui^r of Vx. and 9tos. Sidiiey 
Kellam, has left to e^ ML ¥«■• 
iH>n Junior CoUe^ in ^Ws^^^ 
tei, D. C. 



a^ Am Hood, itai^to- of 
<^pt. and Mrs. A. H. Hood, kit 
^iB^y to e#n- W^Qounpton 
C^e^ in RidiaKnKi. 



ttle €hq^bMv»tt ScMmee Md^ 
L^nm, 

lir^y-m. instMirtiom, reg- 
iom^ «%r^lted c(^^ sid 
«^Mwties ^ral^ a BaibAxt^s 
el k^^ d^ve. «va« i^M lo 
tiw ^sd^tion's M «( inrtita- 
•toMi whme paduatoi are ehgi- 
te lev A.A.U.W. mrailteabqp. 

"LegidMiw llepur adopM by 



^Siss Nancy Connril, daughter 



class Virginia Potyaeckajc Iqsti-j, 
t^ la <te fall where he is nafor- 
^ ii aerospace engineenng. 



BtfW Going 
To fficbmond 



Btevm omrib^s of ttw Arte* 
4^B Ams, l&itfn^B FtttfeaMftiA 
Womra'i mm of Va. Beaift «tt 
go to MilHWad Stfkirdiff aM 
Sunday fl» 1^ IW Aoard 



the COUVCUUWIi \itil JLU aui*in>; ,, 

of Federal aid to education, mr^ 
port to the U.N.. and sup; 
measures in the confums* > m*- 
.tere£<t, protecting -the righto Mar- 
anteed to individuajll try <te CoA- 
sUtutlon", said Mrs. Shield. 

Speakers were heard on the 
popuIafUon exploaion, mediWMl 
problMns, and adencc — ' -"*•• 
catlm. 

John D. Roehateller BI told ^ 
delegates th»t the protdem posiyl '^ 
by the increased paptdatlon . 
were greater than the <tnreatt of 
nuclear war. "People musi^ be «"- 
formed that safe knd effect 
ways exM to Umitt family aise." ,- 
he said and added thait "only tbe 
Government has sufficient orga- 
nization and resources <o eoconv 
push the stupendous taA of com- 
BHHri^Mg to ^e p«^^ ^ ^1 > 
fMto ttNt iM 4ri^ vdkl di^- ' 
Urn te tmify ^iT. ; 

Dr. H^n B. Itei^ of Ba^ 
more, Md., -wtwii ftoiw ««k , 
led to ttie 'ttM bmf* tips^m, 
^mm^ m «|^Mi of to dn- , 
ff^ tf tidktai dri« w^md pmi> 

cription.^%wUaS ^ ^ ^^ '] 
(tont<te deaths, Ae said that ' 
"nite fiot Aom tbsil btrth de- 
fect en be earned fxy externa} *- 
agents". ^ 

Mte fitne F. i^» of Lm- H 
(to. Eatfli^ PieaidnA ^ to "^ 
Memattoiid Fetairthm of Uni* , 
vei^ Wofisa, ^Kkke alKNtf tte '" 
e(hK«ted w«rnan's nrte in t^ ^ 
iwW. , ' ^ 

Dr. Mandje H. Dow, ft^rttopt ( 
at Cottey CoDtefe,' Jfewle, IQi- :• 
souri, a Juidor Od^ ftff W<^ '^ 
m«n. owi^ am! mi^fpv^^ fe^ '^^ 
t}» PSO %««Aood, was ^^ed 
imam Fle^ient ftr tfee aeal < 
ftiro yeia& *' 

Mu4 flifetlKr • ^eIi' a^MI - 
1«8 aawBtages 01m ^ vmi 
^mgt* Dr. Dow MS^A: **Y«H 
have vpj^Tiwaity to do belter 




PAYNE— BAYNOft 



,j(ionda" 

^at Lon 
Be. 



mg' of the Vh-gtaiia Fe<^^tti(m 
of Business and Professional { work in' a s^'%>r men's 
Women's Clubs. Mrs. Nelie F: it's « tnusn. The program 
Garnett' of BdaaalSB, SMa^pea^ afa^dy is Iwr^aiiAM. 



^. ^»i*y, %j^nmfmfii^ 



M#MY ^^WM mmmr 

W«M KHinAIi 

Pmm MAT- 



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EDM0NI^ON--ML4NN 

WILLIAMSKW, N.C— Mr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Edmond»Mi 
anwwnce Ae engagement of their 



NORFOLK — Mta: Ernest 
MbsK^ .^., tm annoumxNi die 
engagement erf her s»ter, Mn 
Notwi JNyne, to El^ O.-Bay- 
MffJr. . 

Mr. Bayam » ifte sot <rf Mr. 
and Mi^, Elvia O. &ynor <rf 
Virginia Beadi. 

The WdenelKt is Ae ^u^ter 
ai Mr. 1^ Mrs. Ray Payi» of 
Odib W.Va. ^e gru^^ m 
19^ froes mom iM School 
v^m she wm a a^ttoer<rf Oe 
^u^nt Council mi National 
HcMKM- &icwty. Sk ts_^^^ 
u a Man^ary by C. B. m» mA 
ft». htt. 

Mr. Biynar attewW Prtncess 
AMe Hyi Sitefli aad^v fott 
completed four y^rs witt tfte 
U.S. Marine Oxi^ 



te, ami iMn. DwUey Co^e will 
speni ^1 miliMd to Om^^ 
^, N. C ^ »^^ ^ Uni- 
«0i^ df N. C. - Univwi^ <^ 
^Egi^ fimtitttU j^uiK tiwie <« 
SatodiQr. 



ORgAT IffCK e^u^iN ci.in 



GREAT mCM B^ATIS-'Hk 
<ki^ Neek (teden <%A ImM tts 
ope^^ meetfaig en Bef^mAer 
11 at the hone of Mns. W..B. 
F^wich, 1420 Seuto Twte Lalue 
Bd., Gi«at Pfock ^tatee. 0>-hos- 
tess w»i Mrs. G. T. llWIe. 

Mit. J. W. P^ wee thespcirii^ 
of ^e evenir^ wAim lo^ mm 

"Btae iftbMis tor cmmoenmiM 
vm^ i^^p^d to ib&'V.il. ^aa 
and >lfe% G, T. W^. Hixtkal' 
ture awards weM to libv. N. Bi 
Qodtny »M -Mn. P. M, Ly«is, 



Mr. ajid Me. 0. J. Donaboe and 
fk^ (kuifia^. Miss Betity Dana- 
Iwe, teft l^esday for Boelen, 
Maisi. M^ Dondioe wH^^etttfnd 
Bi-wlftRd Annor College there. 
TiiM w»^mi, Mr. and Mrs. Don- 
^M^ iidB vktt M». DooAm's 
,l»otter-M^ mA ^^Mi, C^. 
airf^^t W. V. iWl^W In ^ 

^leiMl n^ wMfc in Ne* Ywk 
b^ne jretwtsi^ to ^t^ kmw 
<mtattft. 



dent, wiH preside at the confer^ 
ence which will have as ils ob- 
^etive plannii^ tte 1903^ pre- 

FoAMrmg wftrii Aa^ for tie 
vamus ctmaa^^ <m ^urd^ 
^mi&SB, aUw Aufkite H. Ckm- 
^a ^ address to dri^id^ md 
nMoatxn sA a daa^. Ito C^tw- 
1^ is Mas^iower Dew^spam 
Sfem^ (Him ^ Itai^owtf, 
Agnation a^ Training, tJ. S. 
D^^bi^ of Labor, juid pe^ 
^^^atfwd i».Sp«cial A^^xs^ 
to the I^MIiWiOf to W^Qen% 




mm: Wat^ Gm% &1M1, 
dw^Ww ^ Ifr. ai4 Hte.* Lewtt 
E. &iUi, btf Jeft to T&mm bet 
i^ndto aA tte Dnraitty 1. tte)- 
mei SefaMA of H^aHi^ m PliO- 
MJb^Ua, PmtM. 



Bu^ l^ute", «>n of Cowir. 
avdlM. fW. T. mmr, tea teft to 
tte sbrtm ^ Skiffle 
m Spiu^eld, Conn. 




*5 ja«M;»»>ii ^y-^ 

SHOPS FOR THE LM>fES AND THEIR DMiOHT^IS 
TEai-AOB CHARM CLAW 



Mi« Stosot Oickwn. dau^^n- 
<rf Mr. and Mrs. C. TaMwt Di<4- 
son, 10 Jewe to&y to resua® 
few iMttA^ at Fmrtvi lUl hi 
Wayn^Kiro. ' , 

Gen. Jmaes D. Mcim^ ^t.) 
has ^M^ to Ms tome in Itost- 
g«w * a., after spnribg tte 
flttomer jU.ha Mmmw hem on 
Cavd^ OMvA 



Dwtaig WorW W»^ n 
Oawson^ wtti to U. S. C^tee 
olJidacErfka sad mdi^bed mx to- 
du^ztaiand traii^ agend«s ta 
S(^(^g and tiaming <mnM^ 
woriien. ^ dil»ntae to ^1- 
00!f of im^4inie sl^iiwrd train- 
ing, she ^to«d a Kaiser rtrif^md 
a^ ^mMM m to f^Q« f «r two 
mosAhs. Wt tm leeor^ tNs6 
ei^^ncei m bear ^k, '^hip- 
ywd Dltfy." f 

jfiEs. Carl Wm^, wife of to 
n^Mtt of to ColovM Itei^Ms 
(^Mtett Gtench, Richmmd, wB 
te to ipial^r sA tte iknMem 
MeiAfi^^AMi^ nmniing. Mrs. 
Fraa^ t^ ^o an onfau^Lnua- 
i^im and is «t> prasent involve m 
impa^^ im^o maiterlal in tte 
fuM of iat«deiwHaii^MJ you£b 
woi^ lor the Nattmal C«ukU oi 
Gmrd^m. Wa. Bertha Im T@n- 
pla, En^btem Chairman of to 
TIdeMlar ^utBeM and rMtM- 
taotai Watata't Clubs, -v^ 0m 
to invoeitkm. 



fkme". 

The next National Convention 
wiU be in 1966 in P<»-tlsnd, Ora* 
gen. 

A coffee hour was h^ befwe q 
to nieedng, ,S0 wonMm iaA G»^ yi 
guests alMMed. 

Dou^ Arnold Btfn@ «,/ 
Pubhcity Chairman v/ 
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tot dl| taf m,0tm.^mm w* fM (tmgl with It f^vUiUk^tt 

«w, a tfMi <tf Mhipar. w«ii giv* M • ba* 1. p^JSri aS 
ffiM «M taw •^iMc" la •H^hik"! b't k ifa». rr^^rT..^!?^ 



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MRS. KlLkD 

1W»i^»d toMtoince tfcatMr. Vincent has recently 



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i/y«dd .MairAitfUm^ 

hmBm ROAD, vmGINU BEACH Fh^ ^ B^tf 1 
Oin NOBFOLK LOCATION 
iWaaa Dr.. Wavdi Coraer — Ph. SU-lAn 

r . -rs ssmsassi^s^msmmsa^^si 



9FM1 Mvir/fiji 






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SAHl 

Jmi 

QlfttrtM. Me 
« 3 p.in. ir 

«ted. 

Tlio bride is the dau^ter ot 
Mrs. Harold Burnham Webster 
Jr„ of North Alanton. Virginia 
Beach, a»i Capt. Hamilton Bur- 
cheB-J««in, US!^R (ret), of 
Sacrtmcnto, Ca I if . TTie bride- 
groom ia the son of Mrs. Grace 
Addisori Salle of Virginia Beach 
and the late Julian Anderson 
Salle of Richmond. 

The bride's stepfather gave 
her til marriage. 

Stephen Brice Salle of Vir- 
ginia Beach, brother of the bride- 
po«n, wtt best mttt. 

A teo^Ooa ^m held n Ae 
brkie's hmm. M^ a wecMini 
trip through dM ^^Ht^ah 
Valley, tiw couple wffi live at 
1200 R^Jpte Ave., A|«. 5-A. 



V I R an N I A BEACH ^ IMiM 
Yvoow mtg^cminiafiUdim 
tiiHnide of iMbert L.iMy«i« Siit- 
urday «t 2:30 pjxi. in the Chapel 
of the CkMd Sbepbard, Oceana 
Naviri Air Station. iTi Cmdr. 
James R. Huttt tins 

Cwpt, USN, penonnea ine oaxv- 
mony. He wu anlaM ty Ow Rev. 
Herbert Bryan of Cohunhia. N- C. 

The bride ia a. daugbtor of Mr. 
•nd ibi. JohiiL H. C^AtHm. Ibe 
bridtttvoni is^tbe ton of Charles 
H. Miiia id WocAntae mi l&i 



1^ te MBMi. Mr iteta^ MM Oe- 
^ Qb^^n, «M fluid of liMkor. 
B3i&B«naidi mm Wm^ 9fK^ 
UMm ^ Odiml^ N. C, wd 
i^et UMMad. lOi Tttri OM- 
ota^ mo^ -lUm AMb M^, 




j^^^ B^bour of Nmkik wu 
beat am, ^toemmim ^ran ^mI- 

A iwMNte «af Md in tiM 

MMd Mt Slattm. Alter a 

[te^slo^^nta^iwg Md 

Am 00^ nW iive ^ 

KiiinrdN - AtouMiui 

VIRODOA BEACH— Miss 
Ckms DttiMB KeflfWA INcaiM tim 
M^ of %dbm E. AtwnijUte 
Saturday at 3 p.m. in Haygood 
Medradttt dnidi. TH ^tmiom 
was perfMTOrt by tiie Rev. J. G. 
ijing ir»i piMer ot tf^ (^ufch. 

1^ Mde Is ^ ifaufthter oi 
Mr. and Mrs. Muvin R. KenTOa.f 
file Ixid^lb^ la a «» 6* Mra. 
Lois Abew^Hie of Norfolk and 
ttw late Oebfge Abouijilie. 

Mr. K<Niyon cave his daughter 
fti marriage. Mrs. Charlw Ed- 
ward Danwami wm matron at 
honor and dniy attendant. 

E d w 4j d Ab^wn'ilie was hia, 
^tbcff's-lbest mm, QrOMismea 
Were Bobby LMte, Harvev Hut- 
^i^on, £tevM Kazzie and Ikn- 
bU B^our. 

A rec^3«i» was ffv« in the 
i^rch social hall. After a wed- 
4iv$ trio tfirough tfie Blue Rid«e 
Mcmntsias, the eoi^le will live 
faiH(»fottt. 



BAMttTr<-MATn4i^S 

m^mmK — mm mizabeth 
Anne Baf#t wn^ Joseoh Mtm 
Vbmewg,^. ®Khan«ed weddliwe 
torn &iiM^v <* 3 om. In GW 
Tldin« A*««nWv M God CJhu^xA. 
Hie ^v. Ikivld BerquM offid- 
«b>d. 

IRie hrWe i< #» <H»i«bti»r of 
Mr <»tt4 »i^* .*»"« Mmm P«t- 
tt*t St. of VJwWa B^<^. TM 
♦»rlde«ww»fn tor **^ tw flf Mr aid 

Wr, Biirr^ ffjw« t*N fl«n>N:«r 
<rf Vlrff*"** ^^'*i *«« ^^'^ ^ 
Jte ftmwH: 4^ "l^irtnla B^A and 

^mw>n ^mm f^' ^*^ **^'^ 
i^r^)nirmim •»« Anen O'Briw 

A iwwr^Vp ^^ '»*M in Wv» 

#(iddHiff Mo *n P^iHAi. fl» «M- 

I— 

tM0U Itoo tf M Omiw^ ^^ M» 
ilMMf Sihmlw it1«wt fw the 
own^e of ^ 3^fn* lfflii« 
WleWfc to Amw A. Qoilw* *. 

tt, I Aft osWi^^. 
ifte 1^ to a dwAta- <rf ^. 

1^ ibi. J. r. m^tm «i m-- 

Mm. Ifte bM^rom' is Ibe 
« MMiid Ml. tauf A. C 



l«fe 

Jifejjttpeaki; t\a» HHUd Of 

jJ<rJde«;maJds were Mrs. 

'<^.A\r\. 'Miases Eloisp Kiteh- 

te brid'. int- 

weii, «i8ter of the bridegroom, 
Peggy Knight, Dianne PezzeUa, 
Jackie Pezaella, Mary Ann Wood 
and Laura SHioM. Kay Walaki was 
junior bridesmaid. Lyt*n Kitchln 
was flower girl end Jimmy Wahdd 
was ring bearer. 

Edward D. Hofheinm- was beet 
man. Groomsmen were Jack 
KMchin Jr., brother of ttw bride, 
Ronald and Terry Shdton. John 
W.' Speers, Grady Speers, BiAfy 
Roberta, Fred Atlsejxm and C. E. 
burner. Paul Kitchin, another 
toother of the bride, was junior 
poomsnan. 

'A TeoeptkHi was held In the 
liome of the bride. After a wed- 
dhig trip to KentuelQr, the couple 
wffl U^ In Vh^tfa BMdi. 

MMHS-MAHAM 

NORFOOC •> Miss Annette 
Leigh .NcRte became tibe bride <rf 
Ens. Writer Harry Onham, USN, 
Saturday at 11 a.m. in JDevid Ad* 
ams MeniOTial Cbap(^ Navil Sta- 
tion. The fiefenxmy waa per- 
formed by Cmdr. Robeit Q.Jones, 
Cbaplalns Corps, USN. "nie cou- 
ple left the chepel beneath an 
arch of swords. 

The brifle is the daugbter ot 
Vr. and Uxt, Jene Oemia Norrto 
St., of ^esopeian Colony, Vir- 
ftflklSMA. Hie brk^roon to 
ita#M0 <rf tfte late Ifr. tmd Wa. 
'W0ef Bovce Gnhen of Wasta* 

^e tnMe wMi'i^vm hi mar- 

Am fl««(in <tf nMut wm «mM 
<if imiK, fii^^m^ «@» lite- 
if Imme Vkn MMOMiMhe of 
atetiWKmdif^daLaiCTfece^!^ 
Vs^Umt KiMiefaM fi^ner 4rf Me- 
bm. mmlMk fiaat^ ^ WB- 
^^|^tK^ "^mtdtk ibnihril Md 
Cu^ Bee^A^, both of ^^rtfi^ 
B^eik Bevsfy Jmb B^um <rf 

M. 0.g.) Htigb rmodb, vm, of 
mm 9^iimhim m» beat 
0^ CtoootMwwwe Lt, d-g) 
•ngatjMwt, JU. a«) J>«MSd 
QMi^iB* ftis. IKde Xi8tt«>, ftw. 
AMi WiAee, lite. CanMir Sbz- 
ypeadt end Km. 'WiBi^ WVis^^- 
mmta XXm Squa<bim Six ^ 

A mse0m wtd Mi in tiie 
ChesHiMfce Somn of ^ C<Hn- 
oitoricxMd Offio^ CM», l^vd 
^•too. Afti^a'wed<Ui«trqi, the 
fiot^le wOl Ui« tai Norfoik. 



Club Laoks At 
NorfiNL Past 



Gna^ fkm Tea Fw Mefiigee Reliff 




Br MARY STONC 



N^th ieala. East and Wiut 
mtlwn^le. 

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db^ tbe aM tf Iwarts, (ten re- 
tafjMd tte M^ bf ktMfftt. SaiM 
V(M tto Jeadiwlth tlte que»i (rf 
J^vto, i^MT^ ' trwnj>s in tvo 
nrnds ^ttBgbi dvttiy with tiie 
MJ^. Soutk theo tofsk the two good 
bwrt ti^dci, sluAag tbe loriag 
Aam^ M ttt fovtt torn bMk 
to BMlaera^aet 

OOanySNf : &h« ewld teve Mt 
tt« kaad Iv ltidifl< Uog «■ tuecn 
tf damM^a^B- MAtf tte ton 
4A ttMK Mm teM tad to 
fwee 4m ace ^hearts, KM «^ld 
Mm heU tte leMiig tridc hefote 
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And Present 

]^ilTCVHi*-.t!ie tort wgu- 
te" ^Mting of -^ d^]^ Jr. 
V<Aan's ^b l^aa lyM on ^ep- 
tonAer 12. 

A' deUi^lul p^^am of c^- 
imi mm ot a "Lwft •( N^<^ 
-•4^ and ^mnt!' mtt ^p^ 
ttd 1^ the PubUe Af Ant cc^MbM- 
tw of te C^. 

Qm S^ Troc^ No. ^1 CMu-- 
iMn), whJtih itos bMa fpooMPed 
^ ttu Oi^ iw te iMik 8 ^wi 
and whkA b^m as a ^mrnie 
\3to^, wee tte ^nM i^to irare 
h«K»^ intt tiie itarf of the 
hWsry of tf^ tro^. 71»y led in 
Ibi fle^P ^ AUs^mmmA tiie 
tfi^ig of iUneztea. 

Rwjatmt^moedttttrt^eCky- 

q^Mon Ibe \^imtoai MhUMm 
of bMslgsiikn wUdi to at ttie 
biMe <Mf Om ^i^m of Ubsty. 
fim^ of ea^ lOe trom tMsoba^ 
A^ sfl ovs tile U. S. ts^tmd 
te kee|» the Mitery of w^ Che 
pe<^ ome to tiito C<mi^. 

R WM atoo MBMinoed ti»t fte 
<^ baa j(^id tte Ooum^ M 
0^c (^furi^s^n of ^ C^ 
isf Vto!0nla SiMi, m^ ^^ u« 
kxd^ towud to ket^^ witb 
lUaetivittes. 

O^gilBS idio wenf ekoti^ 
a^ wto aA^ded tte'SMe Beard 
ifeetti^ <tf tin Virginia f%^»- 
ti<m <rf Wmmn't 0iAe ^ Roe- 
soke <m S^. 17 and 10th wen 
lta«. Wm. T. Carter and Mrs. 
W. H. Hipper. 




Vir«ini« tfffch SUhf^f^/^, ThurnUiy, $^9n^ If, 1f^ 

Pa9# 3-A.,,^ 



Thm/c niters <rf the Norfolk Commit tee, Chinese Refugee Relief, met r«»ntly to plan 
a tea lauiK^ii^ tte {Mmnusi^ons Tkiewater fun d drive. The tea will be he Id Sept. 24 at the home 
of Mrs. Inward A. IfoAw^ec, 500 Oawlier D rive. Left to right: Mrs. Stc|Aen Yee, Mrs. Hcrff- 
meister, Mra. Leroy MargoUus, Mis. Ying Ma h, Mrs. Richani Hoflieimer and Mrs. N^i^m P. 
Wadcms. \ 



Jim Nab<rs of "The Andy 
Griffith aow" m Ae CBS Telc- 
viakm Network was ht^n in 
^jtaoau^ Ala., tiie vm ot a 
lo«d pCM^esnui. 

— , ' . i' — 



BIRTHS 

Mr. mat Mrs. Wayae llrwt 

an!K>ui»% the birlti df their ftM 
difld, a s(M)| StevM Wi^w, on 
Aug. 14 in Rote^ !^»khi, N«ml 
Hoifrftel. Mrs. tnKtt is die k«- 
nm Mm Jo^ Ann Jac^MB, 
dblufM^ crfMr. and Mrs. Ray- 
wocKl Jadk^m of Mik:ms' Aiuk, 
Viigina B^di. 

Personal Menlbn 

Mra. Emat R. Harden. Jr., has 
retersiad titter ho^m on ^tti 1^ 
alter 4>»xlta% the summer vis- 
ing her son and daugbter^in^w, 
l^ror and Mn. E. RKdttrd Har- 
<ten HI in Wi^baden, G^nsny. 

Miss Dkne Crcwi^Ae^^ 
dau^iter of Ifr. and Mrs. P^en^ 
CrqomiMjei^s, will teawe ^aa$ 
wiek to enter tte Univecaify of 
mam Carolina in (%epet Wl. 



For WeMM (My— 

As I See It 



Betty Deal 
HeoM Dmaautnlkm Agmt 



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Sure It's fan, but don't fffl for 

(1) "fty-by^u^" house pelnten and/tw r^iairer's 

<2) last minute ci»ck of taeatii^ ^^^n 

<3) laiA flrin^ m^sx for fiiel— it's beti^ to teep oil In tank but 

in cioe you dida^ <»■ you'w just moved in— <Hder n<nv 
<4) food fa<to tM promise miracles, ithere may be mir^des birt 
tliey cant be bougM t<s $10 or $15. Just g<K)d vaeai, eggi, 
far^, veg^nkAes, (eqiedally 0>een and yellow) fniM uid 
nilk w<mld be mUy miracle in soodr |^!ts of tbe workl. 
1^ for goodne^ aeke, let eat! 
Don't throw iQiat chicken in the freezer as ymi bought it at the 
store. Remove ^e wrappii^ am} die chicken from the pasteb(»rd 
tmy. Put ohicten. in a pif^tic f raamr bag, slowly lower in water to 
forte out air, f<M ovh- ukI teaten with rubber band. If you wi^ to 
ke^ pie<^ of chicken frwn fr^zing together wrap each in piece of 
wax pap^ or p3ii)tic wmp before putting in freezer beg. 

To ttew, op^ beg and let tlaw about 6 ta%. in 4^ refrigerator. 
T%e CBoe proce^ue ^houM be tollMred kit any m&sk not 
bou;^ ftoaen. 

%mg v^attittd^ frozra until rec^ to cook for best ftovor. 
A&iw ttoitm f^utt to Oiaw <mfy to the point where tbere are 
a fe«r ice crptals and it to not mudhy. 

I gUras rm w^kiAg upk to ^^yii^ I's'going to be a lm% hard 
cold wmbis. Ibiven^iyou Mrtic«d tbe mi^'tm tlie tre^? 

I^lieMa^ ^ttie bOsI lil be^Atemfing VJ^I. M Blacksbuig 
to try to keep up wMh tf» new jirfoniution in Hook Eemomics sdA 
ways of toatMng it. Puipc^ — ^ to be more help to more people. 

Ak f^&etA a persaato ^IJbe. posHion i/^Ue fm fc^^aa not 
beraeppeialed. HI try to o(»^iiM« the column if I pos^le can. 
How 'T'B see M" as a Coed might be diffefent. 




Our texteured wool tweed (X5at with Town or Coun- 
try manners. Alpaca pile lining. Zips In when its extra 
cold. 

RED OR GREEN-^ $ C Q95 

"Per 1^ Woman ^^ CoMf W&et ^e W< 



JVaiVittcJAogp* 



3303 Atlantic Ave. 



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If vt^*t9 one ^ the 17 milUon bowling enthusiastt in the United 
Statit, you are^iM twsK of how you hun^r for « snack after the game; 
A breezy new teven|^, Frisky Smt by name, and quick apple pancake 
score jnst fine witti d^ ^ter^xmrjing crowd. 

The tangy goodMM of dut deli^tf ul beef broth drink conqtiementi 
the light flaky bal^ pawake. And recipes are easy^ to follow for the 
iwvice cook t^ 

For 6 to 8 i^'vfaigg of Frisky Sour, chill 2 cans of b^ broth for 4 
hours. Tten combine wKh Vi soup can water, 8 ice cub^ H to Vi ct^ 
lenMO ^li^ A gMd hearty shake — and happy sifting. 

Midie fla^ i^le p«a»ake by combining Vi cup of biscuit mix, 3 
e^^ Vi tta^oon salt, 1 etq^ milk and 2 table^Mons melted butter. Beitt 
UBtU BiMoth. Add 1 cup a»rsely chopp^ peeled apple. Pour into 
m»Md 9' heavy skillet. Crinkle with 1 taM^toon si^ar mixni with 
n Myfoon ciiaamm. Bake 375* f<H- 30 minutes. S^ve mth teiMjf 
totMr. Mika 6 larvinp. 



WE .SALUTE - 



HENRY I. JAFFE 

VIRC3lf«A BEACH CiTIZCN 
MEMBER KIWANIS CLUB 



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IN THE NATION 

BE A BLOOD DONOR 

THE BLOC©' MOBILE WILL BE AT THE 
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Tomorrow, Friday S^t 20th 

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silhouettes. A look every American 
girl will understand, for the look itself is 
totally American. Much lower set-back 
heels...... softer, ovaled toes, for a feeling of 

relaxed sophistication. 





Set-back stacked 
heel: black calf with 
hickory-wood heel, 
17.99 

Inch and a half 
heel: black or 
good earth kid. 
14.99 



Oval-throat set^ 
back heel: toffee 
brown cn* black 
moc lizard, 17.99 

Lean-lif» niocrasin: 
red, bl^, blue, 
green, antique t»n 
kid, 11.99 



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ALMW a. i^imte 

RUBY JEM PHH.ilPS _. 



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hi «M #o« ^kc in VirgiDla Beach, Va, 




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ttjnORIAUY SrtlMflNO 



No St. George 



There's no douiif that the phrase "truth 
»n packaging" has a buUf-in .appeal. You 
|an practically s^ ffw^ who would mis- 
Sad the conswr^- b«r*g driven to cover as 
law, backeti fsf a rtern "trurti in pack- 
ing" weapon, rKJves in. 
^ ^ ^t's quite a pfefiire. But currently pro- 
posed packaging md labeling legislation, 
•s the Wall Street Jauir^i points out, hardly 
falls into such a &. Gecrge versus t+ie Dra- 
gon category. 

The Journal 4kmrvm that the implica- 
^on is that the ^^Mion will ". . . make 
#ie use of every mwi, adjective or verb on 
^3els completely wwterstandable by ev- 
Ihybody. That's M^ttdw^ an awful lot of 
iny legislation. ^ «to certainly seems to 
fcidicate considsi^i ccmtempt for the 
P^tality of the «»«in»r.'' 
rt. . The newspaf^r aho^^nts to ^e abftjnd- 
mt l^islation «ow^«rtstenc^ which deals 



with deception m ^ field. Then » says, 
tellingly: ". , . it% « Ijfrte hard m s^ hwv 
the proposed lef^lali^ w>uW bi^ «^ 
new benefits. But it's easy to see ^at it 
would provide ennpteyment for s^ll more 
Government busf*Jod«s, while restricting 
consumers' freedom of choice, reducing 
product competition and putting business 
in a still more «3nf inir^ regulatory package 
-all for the sake of a 'need' that is itself 
mIslabeM." 

The proposed law, the^i, is just one nK>re 
example of tfre kind of linking that would 
have the government att^r^ lo do every- 
thing for everybody— which means giving 
virtually blanket powers b fdecision to 
those "government busy bodies". Carry this 
idea far erwugh, and the citizenry will be 
treated like a group <rf menial defectives In 
an institution, wWi boreauo-afs manninq 
the staff. a; 



EbuuQs 

WAJiMVifUf UN-- X%Bit A4«Ni. 



A\ARKET mOkt 



of Ntv«l 
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tt ag ih r Mmd ,., 

Iniitag Oans nfllii 

•fld gradujitei 






Iheaf- 



Fund Voluntmrs Hold Report 



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Bin Lwjnard, exec^ve i»o- 
dncer of. the CBS News Election 
Uirit, las owered every mi^ 
.^lection oampaig* for OSS News 




'0 

J._.^ Meirfjeis of ithe United Cwimiunity Fund Sumn»r Campaign 
met Moalay for a report coffee. Pictured aboTO are Mrs. Peggy 

" f^wman of the anall business division, Jack Haden, center, 
ij^heral, dainnan and Mite Sawides, co<Jiairman of the fund's 
t^urant divaion. Hapten a^ed thai donors have their pled^s 
,i«aty fOT 11» volunteer workers so that repeat visits will not be 
me^^ry, Baldwin photo) 



arttlter 
cMtar S 
Deii gied to 

ny;ite NMdfC im^Mi 
ft pMriUe fsr « jmmg nm 
ears a wjuhr amaata 
stattyHkg it ttii cMClM VNAMIft «I 

his choice £ran amani tt 

witii «a NRBVC OWt m ^ 

fees and books are fuhUabed h^ 

the Navy, and the student re- 
(x'nes a reiaroa' of |W f^mKm^ 
f w n:t mwe than ftwt yens. ©Wr- 
ing tive aimnwr flie HacteiA 9^s 
on inteiBSting training cruises as 
a midshiinnan. After ^ccesshitly 
conipteting a foor year oMe^ 
cmrx, he ii osnnriiMatd te ^ ' 
Regular Navy or Maiine CoifS 
and ^es to aoiMC duty as a ca- 
reer officir m6k ttfe Navy's moct 
em fleets. Immediate challenging 
assignments to avation training 
nuclear trainiag er tHtaMriM 
tniaJni; €tttxs ^ari^ euMr <q>- 
portxioit^ to Omk grMMH <i^ 
api^y and ^(ua^. 

lates who wiB leasted ttw pk 
iiut D^ the ^Ut to lriwamj' ' of 
fakth m 90 Jmt 1964 Mky ^p^y 
In- tiie NBOTC a ptiteie twt 
l^ose «iio niite a <iRaUQnng 
aoore wiH be mt eiylciw d and 
g^a a ttm^gi ae4tati ttami. 
M^o »rfy in tfiM. ftm Ike 



.ioHvng -**</ from the Fortnightly Review. It is 

«M^«n«Mir«o«ibr V)' m^Nevrsb^mthrdmS-Stri^im^t 

MiUtaMW *"' — - ^' «,(/if .4t't., I^^^uim Stadh, ^ fe 
#Ni5#*«#<hn > <eorrespondent, Carl M. Locb, Khoadts 

ATTER LA60R DAY 

9miBf 9 ever an disonsioi^s d' ^ unemptoyment |»(^m 
-- JHl<ttMMin«l«WMmMi. OttrheiMtelk«s«iM^bew«isfied 
M«Ml tik Mipmifr m «te Coanca ^ £conoin«: h^mm, ''M 
penem iMe , mmv* aad teekit^ "(nxk shcwld be conttoously 

.^ _ntiooB'iN|| ^ili a foiri Is uMtainable 
WBii Moie tHil be WJHWlyuMia i tee aeiaMfUyiiig 




JhlH§WtP§N9W 




JH iNMd imMmWi Ihe advant^es,*ecoQOffltoAy u w^ 

of the tewrt<of prei^p^y, aeasoM^le 

will pm%iit. In ccMtttTMi^M, tte 

^, int trate, ^c«ion business s<raswi- 

aMvity cr^Ae ai^ flu^ u a t kMa fc the 

deiAana f or labo r. And the tides in tefl^tflM«nMMdMa Mm- 

**^ y^ ^^'fy*** *** ^^^^^ ^"*» tecttata^ cMnge, ^iMag 
uriiiMI |i$t(|UMiili, WRl MtereOQBs ia inaM^^mi «kW will ahnurs 
«»!* «• <cli*«ail» H «e labor aari«t, «s wtt ^ Ubcrhr (rf 
iriqPiULJ ta aeA ^ fm Aey tete aid what remains ^ ttc 
frec<kHn (rf entrqwenMn to hire te trip ttiey want, ^e migbl 
ncWe pareWfte&alfy ttal in spke of total r%imentati<», some 
ui^i|)l«yaic» lias ffomiaMl evea » U^H.) M^^evw, we stoald 
not «j %Mwa*e «< #ie ^prodiKts ti ttwmflmTiwat flg^nw ap- 
^oacrfii^i Ac i(M lank of msw. At mMraim ttrto^ ai cc^is saA 

« p^oaats, ad to acrifiM MMud ticonventette as asrvtees 
become mcm&su^ aloMy «^ hard to obtain. AH this makes it 
woeaiKy !to mm Mm emetf^mmm^^cmmt m ^m sweeimig 
lanub iBdewn Ae AMitoMoB^tti^ <f aftM^steyttcnt a 4% 
al #ie Mar fwc^ mmomu tecrib^ as ctaly a way station, may 
He Mo aiBfeM>iB. mAismUmmm 4o M ^^wk qv emo^ 
about uncmploymai. «MA tes l^^ttM at ^fc ^ ^ ^fta My ^ 
levefe lor some time «»« thmng pAk^ rf prospe t fty <at 5.S% 
^jft^^ force in August). But wWte icoapK^B fw Ike iaii»i- 
p^fmmmM al#i^ veMM ta mfKfitum. nietttr, * ec^KMms te 
to serwe as an aid to the policy makra-, it must try to ^fme and 
d^Kitangie tte i^ues ani to dai^ oli§e(Mf«l ai inye^mos. 
m» w a task aaderWcea i^ Dr. Mtm 9. t^m It a leettltt 
«wikr this jeu .at Rke Umversity, «Mch m» {mM^^ in litt 
July issue d the Morgan Guaranty Smvey. 

TWO SCHOOLS OF TWHK5HT 

^ An wog tfK^ iqgrced th« our «»Mymgr has in it«enl yean 
Wmkt9i1t&m exc^sive ua^^>loymm^ flj«« is nevertheless disa- 
W^fBO ixm Mbms. the cauKs o€, and tence, the iemi»fies fw Ais 
plmom»Dn. <^ ff&^ cwisidei^ more car Jbs chitxuc ihortt^ 
©f ^p^ate demand the priacmal ailo^M afld ^p^uvely expm- 
sKxm poUcies^&e cuw. Ihe ofter holds fliat tht rapid pi!^ up dt 
twi wftT giral and eoTnnmr changes has axsiei a. ^xMm mix 
is staM^ttral in nature and must be treated acc(»diiigly. Di^. Bums 
submits that despite inifnessive avidence to wpport these respective 
vfews, neither school haft *«MisttiM «taclusi\«ly that its diag- 
ncstttt flw ri^t one. Uaku we tam a4iy tito ea^&sfnmt picture 
" "yjjt j ^i^^' low «« ^ to 4HMde nAefte- to wfy <» the 
^^'^Iff !™* wso mmfiit l itiom ^ iie ^fwaHOHrt adw:^ easy 

tfieilW^ m m wmm 'SkSimmmmk m^ui b^Mr wi^oMimi 
of ^M>»mm^m^00m w^mm ^a^artoB wl wa^nal 

wortoii. 



Odocf Hanrfwrrif Aiy 



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IMMwritttig .„ — 

ataMbt will m, adiwatow P<tot out. ^ 

•m» nwtani i^Ma p4^r wiU avetage om letter grade 
hmer *«n • mmt 6r to^Wrte papw,^«ven thouih Aa eeatMt 

1^ ertw in laecharta «4.Wi»«i™» •'•JW.^* *^ 
saya Wil. fm ©. Bai^wA *»B«^1«ijd o|^>SfW«« «»«*« 

A ^^llMi ta wNtii« tor miw pupUs derelepi wti|»Jli ty 
Bwitch to pena mm ^NonlNI th* fuii«intiiaa» witii VM^ }« 
the Irst few grads, Bitl^wM »«« *«*• '»•*' •* "**•* ***«•> 



u»e«^ but many ^^^ <*^ect to ^■■•^ ^ md» ri}. 

toe«<^^%«2MH wM that dtl^n lost spm4 a^luMI^ 
'wMi hajta iij!^ 

"'Hie contention of the l>aUpotet pen wqufred ti«* %%> 
held almost verGcaTly to writ* amoetti^," aagpt €. K. Li«Uii9i» 
Soitai* f iea piMidMt of new prodwjt df^lapniettt **Snce 
^^ e*ttito7 to »» ilant positiai p^tm mm to #i«t 
w^.tibrir handwritiM auffertd." ^ ^ «w .«„ 

Sc^toto't rHe«rA«Mi«rtm«M «9«te«Ml wM ai^tt% 
e iMlt toittaw Moatte wri^ ^ tot aiOM nalMM 3^- 



Ae pMM tofMaw wUBumit wri^ 

fion Ml a MMMb . .i jt « ^^ 

, '^ur ta^ Aow«d toat to* tfltea % nvmni. ^Nton « 
movwnent iMcded f«.»od tjM^twrtttng W frtie Wl «#r 
^hc»l work," lir. Lov^oy sayt. «_.^ - 

t^ |n«m«^en pdng Mi to i(^o(d 4hk ftM. S^to^ 
latMligMk flsw Mid itoMgto- ehrona aad lfas%m«lelwpi 
thettRftiiAe ttUed %. t>» aw, jaa d tfwBl^li^ ^^jin 
ikrijned ior hani uae^ wMlvW^^pw f«J» jP t«^, mum 

, welidit £* wnoothet imting, m^mm to ». u/M^. 



m UdAi i«ie«^i> 



Kesembling a ship mate than the c^nrw^tdBal (flee staKtaufe, 
the Hnique elliptically-shaped Pbotmst mi^iHi Uto InsmiKe 
Company home office has »lded a diatiactive lace to the Hart- 
ford (Conn.) skyline. 

The building is as unusual insMe as it is outiide. Visitiof 
executives, for example, wwdd look in vain lor that ^tam^urd 
business status symbol— the con»r (^ce. Private offices are 
located along sides of ttie building and eteical workers occupy 
the unpartiticmed end sectit^u wi» their panoramic views. 

EUmlnatioQ of comer (^Bces retaCM qiMice lost to c(»ndon. 
Open planning admits light to all wmk ar^ 

The buUding was des^pnei by toe TOted Hew York architect 
ttu-al Arm, HarrisMi k AhnmoHix, iMid k locat«l in Waild^t 
Constitution Haza urbm resewid — 



ResmMe A^one Ymu Know? 






m 




Dr. Bums ^IM ott tm miA ^ ttn (touK c»u^ be re^ 
sol^% aMR afeqjaamy IhoiAi^b ^ m ^m. Me cOk for 
pvenAttMaBrf mmmmitk mt^^m, mfpmeAy^ ^ on 
job opeftBiigB and anenptovoNat in individaal occu«^}m and 
conmomties. (PreaenOy awiMe ttttiitica tett as ilnfe X idling 
aboat Ac nMan between mBn^aymoA and job va^K^ in 
tenia of actoal ttuufat oa««iioiis.) Also needed is a revMp^ erf 
our tyatom of aaempknifBeBt inanDoe: eltonnoa of pm^wa and 
liNvalizatton of benefits ^bSe wttMaoMby bOMfits^ftmi «c^ 
^Po^P<KNy M» w^tol good cimt tx are ownflng to oxej^ 
suitaito to«*; we «tf Ite mHemot ipMn to ^M^ ^^towfmg 
opportuniics md fadttato the te^ «f «^ jotej Mi ■o«k»- 
Uooft of Ae Mwiaiito iqn^em to give mofksffcn a pe^ fioMcial 
mcaiwive to wiMlte o^jul Dr. BMk ri» Mtcs fliat vaenploy- 
me« CK pait-tnw enfrioyn^ emu site by s^e with ^MMatiaJ 
ova^ woOi mdm^m to wtaft wi^m, siasaT ft^ bmsfits 
an4di^»Hes over wrtcndtsue refaMd m&tt clii% to & oniber 
of tmi e^^oyM An to nuudimiB work^ cxrftectiw la^aaing 
and 8on» of oar aoM lefistotoi have t^ded to complicate the 
an«iptos^ial fMfMte. 

NEW GLASS AND OUD PRAYER 

Amrther abject 61 structural unenptoymeM 1ms be«i sugges- 
ted^ Dr. ;iUdNMr HKioer of Ccto^ Ha ia» m the very success 
of dfficiettt mt^pt^r «*ovc aM m tte ^Mifmc^ d Ae modem 
corporatitm, At daqger that there vwU be two Aimsrteas, the one 
flourishing imder fte protective umb^ia «f Oie don^ut ioMito- 
tions and the otoer isatapn^ af tte aneaiployM, iba Oedwated, 
and m ^m^t mm»'ot tmmm *eii# m M^ needed in the 
econom jc promm. ^ te, mir oountiy has been largely spared the 
devaftr8tioa,<rf«sbss m^f^ but tf ^ ^doi of Ios<»v were to grow 
to sabstanM ftoportmK, it weattltad te pohtioil kader^to and 
give vent to its resentments and fru«ratw«i. ''Tlie diictfd lieap 
the machine itself seated may arise to ifcvour its progwutoc," It 
would seem to m, ftougji, ftat wWm out system there are Ae 
loi^, the re««m»s, the will, and the imaginatiCM «o forestaii wch 
an event A constant upgrading of our work force throfti^ edu- 
cation md ttwning is toe mast prana^ avsnie in diis directitm. 
But noe not everybody h^ the native eadowment to cUmb UA 
on the corapetiMc eduo^jal ladter, we shooM also in homes, 
schools; wd shops put grealo' «n^oa Uw dip% of honest labor, 
whetto skilled or not. In our worship of visible success too many 
<rf US lave fatten the oW prayer "Give is work M ow We shafl 
ead wd life till our work is done." 



iiDficE TO rm kmuc 
mrmm m vsmmv <m^ 

that puraiant to Seol^ iMM 

sM »i38 d mom d^fb- 

l^fite, ^e OMtniMbn of <MM 
Md 'WaM l^h^ies, maHteg'ift 

W$ 0e^m& m proposed 
(Mufe ta «s fUes aad att InM 

a 9^me mmk^m^ tft^ 
d idyi^^^ pwpowd ^rdrtl 
team M, 7 t^nm WkfM ttwit, 

Oc»A^ 14, IMS. 

I^KKaMd ll^ilaMii tl ivMA 
reaAi « Mows: ft Aiffl be «n- 
tairtul to Mi^ 4119 MU^ ar 

fltoMt^ lam^M mm ^Mn% 
to taat t^vtolA lam^ tta 
^nun^^ Ih use Mil lA 
ifflNb, '4tecay* w' ettar fli _ 
^^m m^ to hoM wMeivni 
Aei'tia titen up teai^M% 
lolowing tte close ot Om am: 
^d^ <W« teM0it Ib «ifa«re as 
soon'OMieMer m pMriHs. Mto 
r^ wOl be jpeMdMd to leaw 
•iia iliito tome* lAtti ftdr^ inte- 
t^s Mih»e sHiffto wd m Awot- 
Ing win t)e pennitted befwe am- 
rise, and aH duK^ing for watov 
fowl o^r Sick %y md tts m- 
tural triiMteries shall c^h at 
fcwr o'^ck PjMU fiaalaii Stand- 
ard 1%na. 

CX>IIII]^1(»^ OF GAAffi AND 

S^OLAia) FISHBi!^ 

T. D. Watklm, Clwnnu) 

Mi-IT 



NOTICE OF SALi 

IbtKe a lM3^ 0v^ fhit at 
10:00 ajn. on 0<^^^ 7, im, at 
<^e Used Car Lot oT Coal^ Mo- 
tor Company, toe, tecated M 6<» 
Vir^nia Beach Baute%«rd, Vrr- 
ginia Beach, Viisi«ia, wa shall 
offer tor nie at public asMn 
one 1^9 CbufToM Bel Aba av* 
torocA)iIe totW No. D^mum, 
wM a»ie«aj^ tt^iich ai^ia- 
bite wA'fttt^ias^ by t^onaistL 
Greenhagin 1^ eftpUUcmd sides 
contract, ^rams: aBh ai 4ime of 
sale. Tl^ vendot Te^rvas the 
right 'to bid. 

Ooates Motor Comp^^ tee. 
Dret^ & Evans, AttjRi. 

019-lT 



smniA fiAi^^ vi^m, i 

' agkiiiift 

OtDCR OP IHM^KIION 

tlie «b^ df 4toimlt » la ^ 
Ml a iHvaroe A Vtoeule •taM* 

MMtt, frim ^ Aid A**"*^****. 

3!itoJi aQMEf^iAto. 

And an i^Mta^ l»vn^ faafB 
fliftde aad fllei M^«lto4«toiid«rt 
is a non-neiideA^i M nnie af 
Tuginia, tte fm Im&m fast <rf- 
1^6 addh*^s %ei^: Mw Iftilc 
CHy, New Y«lt. 

ft w atttd^ AM lie wo 
ta% w^tti -tw i^ §^ 

dua ftMiMMi^WMi^ 

what Ttny fti naJBitwtiy I 

^ W'. May M. Wmt, OjC 
OQK^es it ttc^dm, piq. 
laMf^ttiKBMd 



ATCfifnC 



OUCt. 

GAiiftM 

&»y or m§^ 



CttHiMvi I wmIhi of VlrnMai lii 

Ifia tlarlc^ tIffMa rt llw OMbmH 
Court af flto CHy af >^|^ 

Saac^ en tto VMi fcy ^ fiip. 

WW. 



^ servii^ Hie 

WWfM Large* City 

in the 



aEAN 



HB^Tff^OH. 



•nson. 'i«ie Junior WouMn Have A Lot 4Jp tteir Ned Saton; "Therell Be A «ot T 

Nov. 1-2." ' 



In The Oie Town 



^^^^^^^^Mff^^^ ^^J^'t^^J? P«^'y intentional-4hey are eM»eta« 
,«^^i«terte F^wffirte t»y IMwr bfle, ft? coBte* is teing sponsored bv ihk vi4«5. fc^^^ 



g sponsored by the Vh-gmia ^•efiJftittras Amm 




Wt<gH|F W oiwney, rtrpimo C^ofntifrr -df Commerce 

sj^nJOa lAI^ «B Sbenandeali National Parte, Is 

one fl* Vti«kilk*k noM popular touitet fcttmcttons. 



^Cmtwm^^^A^ 



M».titaV«IHn^ 



Mrs. Oofii Ptdrick 



Mrs. Peggy Holland 



Chesapedif #eecit 

3414978 Kill's Or^f 
£i^M-A ^ark 
428^993 Bay Cc^ehy 

Vlrgtfiia^^h 



i^fci. award r^^» *4 1-^74 V^a 
(W a.m.-4 p^ 

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rt> V*M THE AtA^S?.lCJiM 

f.*ld iw 19Sa0 M*5 BSM 
AMON^ TNE LEADERS 

HOME 1?0«S *iWl>^T 
AU.SEASOM.« 




yf^inw ieiii* BWN-WWS. 1kir«lky> ' 







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SIfflF 

BOARBS 

Water SkHs 




• Surf FtMrtt 
TACKLE 



FUEL, FEED 



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tMONT TO J^SARi FUtbMef^wp, SO Serfea Mk^ (^ossfa-^zB wUk'mUyMy, ftb^ ^^«l^ 

A new '6.4 (^^f Iffe fe * bt more tri^ tima ywr mcw^y 
bought the lasirtifeiJ^Rifil^ ^bs, engines, frames, feti^tti- 
sions-aU havp. |«ej^,pf ^w^ jtagiv^ jou more vnfud f^ 
practical^ the ilOEe investment L^ us i^as <M ova* 1» 
show yo^ \!^ i^i^;^ ti« twcA4» pit yaw flMfK^ <», 



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CHEifROLTF 



QUALITY nU^S COST LESS 

T$l^^j^twQlmnktM0P about any fyfi§§ftrwek 



MaMlMMHhMWMmMa 



Return 



Jia WeMtMXMk of the Alfaa- 
tic ¥toet Otu»» Destroyer Fotce 

geMts a {»toed ^presskm after 
musini a ^^n fam. 'but he still 
walked away with the AtlaiHic 
f^et OoH Tawioni^R Cham- 
pionship Im^ Thnwlay when he 
sank a 30-foot medge ^ot for an 
e^e. The 4-dOT evmat Was held 
at UtUe Cieers ^igie Ha^«n 
Golfcoittae. 



Glly Tmm 

!■ Mfttaii 

TMsllM 







<My one fame Is schediA^ to 
be piti^ m Virgiaii Aeajeli. Hk 
Vfa^g^iya Beaeft SeatowicB pli^ 
h(Mt to tiie Po^«c0B t^m Fn- 
night M Vkgkm Beach itadivn. 

Mnc^s iUrae. beaten at oanl 
in its (H>ener latt w«ek iHniiat 
Great Bndga, will teckle a«otiie- 
backing Norview team at Nor- 
view. 

C(»ch Bai%er of Q>x believes 
his team wiU gat a real lest 
against Deep CtwlL 'Dees Creek 
has a pretty stroQg tean mis year 
judsifly; from tiieir dtileat oi Cra- 
dock mst week, "BaiW pmntcd 
out. 

The Cavaliers Pete Sacboo is 
hopeful his dhib can rebcHind 
kom the loss to Great Bridge, 
»ys he hopes his PA team wiU do 
i lot better this week. 

Coiu^h Bdw^fer of the Seahwks 
^ated te did ndt oaatem]4ate wk^ 
change in his lineup for die fo^ 
quoson game. 
An games stairt at 8 p.m. 



MMTili 
TiUn-Sirill 



vnoittA 




mBS. L#. 

Mb. Hf. K 

12^ Tide. 



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Mis. H. <i. McGfea# dei»Nad 
Mrs. Helen Stewart, 7-4S, ia $^ 
JbiiOs <rf I2ie sBcomi Qjpt, 
Mrs. T. 1. JMkes d^eated 
Pfll Devme, f-1, m cxA«)hA» 

Thtid fU£^ «riiai» was K^ 
Irving Oemf, ivho MNted MMi 
W. S. Oements, 2-1. Omscriatioft 
hoMors wen WW h^ Mn. hbM^ 
Thamm, 9^ 6owmBi Mn. Qm- 
doA Cavaoau^, 1^^. 

Mrs. L. ^van defeated Mn. 
W. O. Wrcto, 1-up, tot 
ffig^t lionors. 



■ HjVZA — Fiorefice Kr 
won ne ftMn^ fi^ <faty ^olf toccAi- 
anrnit at fi©w Cieci^l^sday. 

The totMrncf cfficii^ ope—i 
dw FaU 6«dM)dqife lor 
lotfers. 



nu H tnr Imm ul UsIU 




Make tracks for iie^ 

Indian Summer 
UG SIZE Pow-Wow 



moHT NOW your ftrrari] 
fllidc 1^ mnr on thfs 



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CLAfiK QHEVROLET CORP. 




16 oiinees n 

S^y^ 2 Mgbsses 



Whuw tbmm't m»,., Mw«'« 



Budweisec 




pm^u% whooi 
1^ MOW pvnAieing 
U.S. %A#iE ^M^ «t the rate 
c< m»« ^u 140 nflBea «pa- 
ia^ pleen ^@- yew. Tlie Mpnps 
nay be pmt^mssA t^ m^mc at 
#e yiatf at post 




Broad Bay 
Hoist SaHs 

LYNJfflA'N^— The Fafl Radng 
Serm of lira Bro^ fiay Saffli% 
Assodaitian ^ underwit Sepina- 
ber 8 a R(^ Newton cifilinvd 
I^aee in »di df ^e two ftaom^n 
mcK. 

Chuck Terry and Jim CSiartton 
finished first in the Comet class 
»M Ed Ki^ham 4ook lioth caeet 

among the Penguins. 

RenKuniog race days Ids the 
fisll sefKS are ^t. 29, Oct. 13 
«id 20 and November 3. In accor- 
dance with estabMied p'ocedure, 
Hampton will start first at 2 pjn. 
followed by Codi^ afid Pen^ilte 
it 5 minutes Intervals. 



By 



V\r0m» BMch H%h SefaMi 



;^iUMns 



WLoao - 

h COMMUNITY RESFHDNSfBaiTY 



CONGRATULATICNS TO 




HENRY I. JAFFE 



ji 



10 GALLON DCNOR 

Want Courteow D^MndaMi 
Fuel Oil $»rvi»? 

CaN: FUEL FEED 

GA 8-4222 



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FUEL, FEED 






After much titial ai^ tci^ite- 
tum tte Virginia Beach ^fH 
Schod Co^ of ethics has fiiii% 
been compiled and dc3{v««d te 
ibe printers. The code wfll be 
printed an die toK^ dH in hCRUf 
call «Wa 4b «e tiaMt «fl De 
the 9eA of Vkgak iB^dh Ul^ 
School inpavad hi ftM. IMpAve 
huiMhvd «4la wffl he ptMed 
add <teti i te i Hed oMig afi tiie 
pie ai Bt atedBBte. 1%e eud% «da 
pnqpiik li to indicale «tat ^ 
bMMtr is a flKoher «f Ihe iftu- 
d««t Co • «peraive AasociMian 
whose h^ stahOar^ 4aMl Mi^ 
reflect Ihe (^ewAer of the sta^ 
dent iMdy. The Cade <tf Cthiet 
reads as foKws: 
On my hOKdr, I, as a ■oembcr of 
the Student Co-^>eKttive Assod»» 

S^ool pkdge: 

1) To uphold the hi^ standards 
^ my school ttroi^lft hcmor, 
iflt^ity, mi re^Nil^ 

2) To pronK^ «iiool iitoil in all 

phases of i^y aohMft Mtivi- 
ties — 

3) To develop and TaiiwUiii prkte 
in ^ aH>eB»ee «V my 



4) To pra(^(» good cMiaeni^, 
good ^ortfflMnahip and to 
create a spirtt of m-oper^ioa 
thrmighout my selied — 

5) ^9my% !• cooluct nptff in a 
nsBier whkh wp i^ffloet ft« 
Mj^ ttedks <rf Hb ^^^Bi« 
Beach K^ Seteol fbMksl 
bo<fy — 

The Code of BtibM^ to iK^ to 
iifitiU in«iesMrflMbM^W^ 
achool u ^ive iirtsvst te tttf 
aehNl^ »n«n»nt. Ite eode ia 
de^pBd to gtwid 
•^wh^her they be ^^ 
«r#Q|iaen, ^uuccs^ 
« 4tei»g Mi^ «| 







ayside News 



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Bolide Resuknts In Bermuda 




Mr. skI Mrs. R. J. Vdlines and dau^r, Rc»einam, 
(f^y and Barbara Wallace of 404 Bayview Avenue, Bayside 
Bwmi|^ Vi^ia Beadi are sbcmna on the dedc of die Fume» 
fo^nrf UDa SS Qae&i Of Bomwia jos^ bd^e sailmg fnmi Mui> 
hiftbn If^M bcM^ f<v a vamtkMi cruise to The Oman's Pky- 
grtend, Bermuda. (Fume^ Bermuda Line FlMto) 

Clarcli Plans Bond Program 



S4YSi[%— AoMRtiag (9 iiev. 
Mmi V, O^oe, pasto- of Bforsde 
&ptiflt 0»ufdi, '% 9«ttt day ii 
00^^" for the dnacfa. Axd ttM 
pert day wffi be noet Sundf^r 
4iM, at 7:|0 pjB. it ii^kh time 
tti^ 11B iMOKii tf •eoood ^Mse 
^ ^ «lMad Protrni'', irtikh 
hM lwc» dfi^piiiiiid '^i^nlda 
iM." ^mm. trntm At ftasA 
h^# have IW |)«Mat aoe^ 
if#anwhWity tm 9Sk^ m Iwy- 

a^Bidi bonds <dtatt:^ $100,- 
40. Wi iM b^ a fMr d^ 
mmgUm^ vmas% M at iljiQiai- 
ble te ttiqti^ <rf two new oidM' 
ttp fef Me nM&e <rf NoPMBbe. 
iW ^ratter^ Md Maids tm in- 
ited to mmtd Sm^ m^ 

ffnmMm Day «M be' ob- 
a0md bf'i^Sm^ Sdiogl on 



mVeA Mas 
M Bayside 

Out Seri» tpMHWed tqr li» 
Y.W.CA. n^ be b^ ibis ye»- 
tat the fii^Me e«e, at ^ Ba;^ 
side QviattMi OnrA. xi^ off 
of Shore Drive on Gi^^nwdl 

ROMt 

Qpaes oivmMue SefteoglMr 
S5 and a«rfhMie every Wednes* 
iay tbrcn^ A^ier M. 
" tbe Amefveasmt Day luncb* 
eon will be b^ Novrariwr 6 at 
12:30 pjn. at whidi tilde the work 
which was d<me wS be dwwn. 

Caaases a<e being offered in 
«4, bridge, sewh^ crafte, knit- 
ting, dresanridng, millinery, 
chain aiMl trnunatics. 

A nuTssy ^ infants to 6 ^ai« 
of age wJB be I^M for 50c per 
data pmod xa $IM i<x a "Y" 
rtiy.. 



The WoBMUD^ Ififfikaoiy Un- 
i(m of tiM dnmA wfll obsorve a 
"Day of Pngwr, Sqi^Hnber IMt 
be^nnmg at 10:00 ajn. at tltt 
churcb. 



LAKESHORi GAMMM CLUB 

BAYSiDE -^ t%e S^il«Aer 
aeeO^ «< Hm Li^ aiore Gard- 
^OMb wiui eeeoitly h^ at tiie 
hmt of II19. J. W. INxTOll, Oak 
Lem, wWi 1fa% C. H. 6a#e as 
oohoeteai. 

Mrs. R. W. Jfsdm was ^lert 
spesfeer for (he ei^raiig ad giwe 
a demoi^rMlon <» mdej^ tSsee 
dilfeKot IbikIi of fiowsr fsm^^ 
laents ^UA ^ meiMNnlrip 
fcmnd bra^ficM. 

'Tk» chA 'wdoonaed two new 
mnbere, Mrs. C^ul Ctawf<nd 
OMi IBs. A C. Mj^ ' 



Ibe ^UIi4teR iiw Sb(n« Drive 
ImtfrnvtSeso^noBiit as ti^r 
faxd^tt^^jy im)^anL 

Au^ fttNn €» AziAm Gucd- 
m ,0M «^raided ittb»s for ar- 
UBB^gamtstits to Ifes. R. C. Dunaja, 
Ifat. D. L. lU^ana, Mo. J. B. 
Wf^it. Afrs. U. R BOmm, Ma. 
G. C. Ckmgh, lb«. C. T. Wdah, 
iml lArs. A. C. Maya. 

Ribbom for horticuUuie -mete 
a'vnrded to Mrs. M. O. Peoides, 
Mrs. C. (M. Bu^, Mrs. C. T. 
WeMi. <Mrs. N. Y. Rowe, lbs. 
H. L. Sumi^, Mrs. £. W. Hand, 
Mrs. F. A. £^ Ifas. G. F. Heu- 
ssr, Mis. G. Safffirino, Mm. C. E. 
Smith, and Mrs. D. C. MdWateirs. 

The club will hokl a plant ^e 
at tlieir picmc lot, LdEeshoares 
R(»d, Satord^, September 28 
sAartii^ at 10:00 a.m. until. 

The cntb regrets ttie k»s of one 
of their charter members, Mrs. 
G. C. Degge, who is movii^ to 
FUnida. 



mm mi BLOOOMOMl 




BE A 
DONOR 



FRIDAY, SEPT. 20(h 
12Nooato6P.M. 

CONVENTION CENTER 
19fh t Pacific 

this virit ^OHMMred by 
VIRGINIA BEACH * 



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KIWANB 
CLUB 



Me oiMSMOto MieeiAii 

CO^KIRATUtATIONS TO HENRY I. JAFFE 




Real Estate 

and 

INSURANCE 



fsf AcNon • 4 • RmuMs 
CAU. 6A8^161 



KELLAM 

AUL TYPES 

OF 
INSURANCE 



EATON 



INSURANCE CO. 

REALTORS 

31 13 PA(^ AWWE VimraA UACH 



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Chnreh Plans 
Training Coarss 

BAYSII^>— A T^idBb^ Cmrm 
tot the Methodist OMirch^ s be- 
ii^ pteuwd idsftii^ Se^^mSim 
29 and contimihig 4o October 3. 
The <»urse ^v^ be divi<M be- 
tween the lurches. Tlie fbst 
encnq} meettig e^ f^ut ¥)ax6 
Methodist, then Ba(^ Bay, ^• 
late Methodic Hid OeMette Meith- 
odist churdies. 

i^>ecial morning dasses for par- 
ents m» piaamd so that they 
might better amwer Iheir chil- 
dren <pi^tions. A nursery will be 
provided fa the "snail fty." 

Hie Ba^ike MetfaodM OuutA 
is 100% bMdad the Btootknoi^ 
wl^:h iHl be at the Aim B. 
Si^[died Convention Center <m 
Sepbm^bn' 20 hcin iwon until 
6:00 pjn. It is ^^xmsored by the 
Kiwa^ ^3»A. 

■ II ^■M— W ^— Pi^— i^— i^»i^»^»^^^^» 

Air Force To 
Reassign Sohn 

LACHLAND AFB, Tex. — 
Airman Idm W. Sdin, whose 
wife' is tfie^cMn^ Amia L. Shaf- 
ts of 2610 &ihk Ave., Virginia 
Beadi, is beii^ reassign^ to 
Orlffi» AFB, N. Y., for training 
and Auy « a dni^nan. 

Airman Sohn r«:entiy cotor 
Dieted \MtaA States Air Force 
baajc military training here. 



Parents Guest df CIniroli 



LAKi JOYCi GARDiN CLUB 

BAYSDE — tlie Late Joyce 
(koden O^ fa^ ili first meetii^ 
of Ifte fyi seasoD, Wednesd^, 
Septonber 11, at the iMme of 
Mrs. W. T. '^rns 00 &0K IMve, 
at 1:00 pJB. iftta. Bobert L. Muim, 
pi«^(ki^ pn^dnA at the meet- 
mg. 

Mrs. Wffiun fWoad was wel- 
cMoad as a new mmttet. 

WatNaen voted to donate 
$10.00 to (he %jint ffsden", lor 
the bihid, lAkh Is b^ ilasned 
for the Norfolk Botanried Ged- 

e998. 

Ifins. Cecfl H. Beed waa awMd- 
ed a gold ribbon lor her rose a^ 
zmgeoiait. 

!mae fibboDB waw awaaDded to 
Ifas. E. G. Iteck, Mrs. Evaett P. 
Seay, Mrs. M. K. Crockett and 
other rmom to Mrs. H. F. 
Bhodes, and lb«. A. C. Garden. 

Rftbons lor hortkuttiDe were 
awu^ted to lbs. M. K. Croctett, 
Bira. E. G. Bade, Ifrs. Everett P. 
Seay, mid Mrs. R. F. flho^. 



BAYSn>E— The Yoi^ Fettow- 
tfilp of the Bs^side tUttM 
Church bad th^ iNW^its m <Mr 
gileals at tte meeting whMi 'tm 
held Sumds^ n^^ SeptMob^ IS, 
^ 7:00 p.m. «t Ow Somk HiU of 
the church. A fikn mm atown 
which iras made i^ Camp Mem^ 
Ion this funsn^ and i^^mA (he 

differeiA frtutes of the mm- 
Forty-f«ir were pr^ent M IJw 
me^i^. ^ 

Cirde No. 4 of the ^urdi mat 
Mon*^ nigbt, Seplemb& 16, irt 
7:30 pjn. at tfie home of Mrs. 
Helen Travis, 020 Barrtea Cirde. 

Cin^ No. 3 met Tues^y iu|M 
S^>ten4)er 17, at 8KX) pjn. 1^ ttie 
home of Mrs. Jewel WMnanek, 
2406 Reynolds Drive. 

Circle No. 2, met Wedneadi^ 
night, ^ 8K)0 p.m. 1^ tiie hoiM ci 
Mrs. Alice Brickhouse, 4226 Hew- 
itt Drive, N<af dk. 

A Leader^iip Trainhig Schod 
uriM be hdd at the chur<^ tids 
Thursday n^ at 7:00 pjn. for 
the Vh^inia Beadi and Norf(^ 
u«as. 1%e Scho(fl wiB cootiam 
for 6 weeks and wiS taei^pKk 
Thursday ni^. The ixAtn^ 
dafises are bdi^ (ai^it: *'1^ew^ 



^mmm Adi^" «%!««» 

K^ii^^^ '"Ilia ^m Oeip^; 
■ttetttte BeUeCi." 

The SdMkA of M^wg0m idl 
Mat nejBt ^UMk^ ttm^mm at 
8:00 |^.in. at the Sitffoik Ctedatoi 
GmpA. M deaeaafc danrninilMis. 
&nd«y SdMol ^etfeMMdirili, 
l«^an, and m«M}@iSii|», eon- 
mMtea in^nbeis Md otiius «« 
invited to attoH}, 

The ChiuvtaKn's f^dkni^> 
tf (ha Saysite C%sMaft 0iwA 
wll hrid (h^ ^ raeet^ of the 
faU a«oa Wdbmri^ di[^ Se{>^ 
leiiil)«r SM, at 7:00 pjn. hi (he 



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rfiBNWeri events iDanaored bv civic 

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Jamei River Junior IVoman'i 
i Chri),jponaon'of tlie Baton Twirl- 
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faistiiiiUon wiU eJao benefit from 
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Mm, ^m^ WCtOm n.^%tcanA Skkt ^iMlent - MRS. L M. /VUX)IIE'Sea^wy 



EAYLAKE LADIES 
ATTEN MEETIHC 

BAYLAKE PINES — M nt,** 
C»n Farmer ol 217 Blackb€»r#tf 
Road, Steite Oiainnan of Ae'H 
Headquarters Fund of the Va. 
redbration of Woman's Club, a^ ' 
tended the VFWC &ate Board c^: 
Directors m^tuig in Roanokt^"'^ 
Wednesday. 

She was accompanied by Mrs.' i 
C. W, Carlson, presi<knt of ttaS: 
Young WomaB's Club erf Cape 
Charles aad Mrs, Everett T.' 
Daisy, 1st vice-president <rf the 
Woman's Club of Ac^xmcki 

coitoty. ;T: ; 

Also attending the meeti^ 
fr^ this area were Mrs. W. H. 
Twiford, i^esi<knt <rf tbe^enn 
Park Wawto's Clob^WlK. 
A. F. ^ite, past-presfctert. 

Mrs. Carison and Mrs. Daisy, 
both of whom liw on the Easte^M ^ 
Skm-c, were gu^ts at Mrs. Fa^^ 
raer's iKme Tuesday night, ea- 
i^iiRg them to get an early start 
(n their drive to Roanoke Wed- 
nesday. - 
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wm. mman a wmtm 



WNAr wowo wf mt 

I M BIASING aad hw 
•fi tfae vontav of mx 

age and the horrifying pcttsfirflities 
of making war and tte tau^iml 
abiUty of blowing away the wwfi 
itself to spre^ It in a tnil « 
i^4>ors and ashes Uurou^ ^wce, I 
feU to tlunkiof wbrt wouU aod 
what could Napoleon Bonaparte 
do if he were here today? 



JV9T A tmbVGWtt 

V^aieTer •w latfrMwdl atiib 
tiOB in life, we are ctBtA iqwn 
irevHBtbr to mmI the chal- 
tei^ el BMkiag a 4mWob Ib 
wbicb ce^eiaMe mmli i^ a 
part. It's not alwajm ea^ to de 
tlie right thing. Sometliai» tt 
requires great ^ort t« evm 
give tt a tiy. 



It is perhaps safe to assume th^ 
ba who ro«e above tl» storm of the 
Freacb Revelation and carried the 
banners of the French to the far 
comers of Europe and threateaed 
tl^ British I^es would find a way 
to master and use the thinp ef 
the present. Bat how? 

In some ways, Napoleeit wbuM 
find the task of ruling tmi erf Ittai- 
ing war simplilied, or ^ least 
made e— ior InsteKi^ ef iMtef^ his 
h a autil ia horae at the bM4 ^ his 
troops over the nations, he would 
ride in a high-powered ear over 
paved highways ^ fly in jet 
planes. But he wouM not bother to 
tn^i fl^, he wovM jual May ta , 
hk palace in Faria nd mci0c de>i 
i^ruetion upon m9 «^«'n#»ig np- ! 
4taL 

Inst^d df going to Hc^wpr ami 
risk having it burned down up<»i 
him and his army as happened to 
un once, he wMdl a^ ft atoe 
MNS Paws And if "winwyia twre 
Wms up, MtfolieB Wiiddaet tk* 



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I DAVID F MILLER 

^HTNO— Marii« Private Da^ 
^ F. Miller, «mi of Mf. and 

1»ARRIS ISLAND, S. C. 
¥id F. Milfcr, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. R. M. Milkr of 674 Kirk- 
lybod Lane, Virginia Bettdi, 
^nopleted recruit tainii^ re- 




Thc te»ic training 
chicted drill, bayonet train 
l^^ical conditioning, pafad^ 
a^ c^^^nonies and other mili- 
1S§iy mAfeeis. ■ 

/ITiree weeks were spent on 
tfte rtfle ran^ where he fired the 
M-14 rifle and received training 
# otitog basK Marine mfantry 
^Mpoa& 

R^niut training prepares 
J^ng Marines for further spe- 
^0B^ tt-aining in ' a servk^ 
i^xil or with a Fleet Marine 
fi^ce unit. 

DENNK D WOOD 

MEMHflS, Tenn. (FHTNQ 
i#-D(Mn» D. Wood, son of Mr. 
Mrs. Elttm E. Wood <rf 4008 
vood dr., Virgin* Beach, 
^Wntly omip^eted ttie Aviatbn 
jnittemics Technician Own^ in 
MpH^ion, at the Naval Air 
"P^toKal Training C^tCT, Mem- 
^s, T^nn. 

Re k also a giwjbiAte of two 
c^lm aviatkm training units at 
^em^itt: ttie t@$ic txwrse in 
j^^^M Fwailari^tion and tte 
^ra^m Etoctronics Fundanteif- 

TTw noK - w^k Navigaticm 
raurse covcrwJ airborne com- 
aaaaxmtom and nai^tiaMl 
m^ipmm, the me aium ^|uip- 
raent, adjustments and trouble- 
stakitlBi imx^ures. 
. Nav^ Mnag prodi^ tihe 
piwer in wapower by supplying 
4MM mi qm^md^ pex«»ael 
W MM tte iMoy tediakd 
l^is <rf today's Navy. 



ewd 

Jboun longed fttrni <mt to Miree 
4svi' duntion and offered tiNi 
'ILeatiienmrks*' chance to me 
tome ^ the world's most faa^ut- 
ing landscapes and archltectinre. 
The wwks of Italy's greats roas- 
ters — Michelangelo. Da Vind, 
Venocchio, Callini, and many <rth- 
ers— were seen bv Qte mwnbera 
of the BaMalion Lamiiiig Team. 

The unit is currently in the 
Mediterranean on an extended 
tndning cruise where tlw Marine 
Coros' most valuatde yimiwrn, the 
individual Marine, is being 
trained. 

LEONARD i. DEAL, JR. 

USS HAYNSWOBfm ffWTNC) 
— *Midshiom«i Third Chiss Leon- 
ard J. De^ Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mx^. Leoquid J. Deal of 421 Gar- 
wood Ave., Virginirf B^ich, is par- 
ticiostinc; in a summer trainhst 
cruise aboard the destroyer USS 
HAYNSWORTO, opaating in tbe 
N<nth Atkatic. 

He reoorted to HAYNSW(Mrt 
in late July and is slated to retom 
from (he cruii» S^. 10. . 

WhUe aboaixl the ship he Is 
tidEing part in antisubmarine mi- 
endaes con<kicted by hunter-kil^ 
task force of which HA'WJS- 
WORTH is a m«iAer, 

Ilis training includes pracikail 
expo^nce in gunnery, naviga- 
ti<m, ei^i^ring, «id s^manahq> 
as 'wfM as administrative dot^. 

dimmer cruises are d^is^ 
to pKj^ie mldshi^Nnen for thm 
firinre reSm « Itovy oific«3. 
T^usai^ id B^M^am hem 
thie Navid Aeadctoiy ahd fnM 
>teval Reserve Officers' IMn^ 
Conn ^^OT€) unUs df ^am- 
(^n aia^s^ and uuventtles, paiv 
tic^Mite in tiie aimwQ tiainin|[ 
cruiaes. 



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mand in Pcnsacola, Fla. fw a thrw-day intfoduEtkn to naval aviati<». They are (iki to rWit)- 
Robert A< Oteeni son of Mr. ami Mrs. Robert R. Gr^n of 214 Tam^r Trail; M^^ Jan^L. 
Abb<W ni, son of Mr. aAd Mra. James L. AWjott Jr. of 208 87th St. and M2/C Jamw D Itadswi. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hwkoo erf 2605 Waktfleld Drive, Bayside. They were anqu • Btmp 
of MKbhipmen from the Naval Academy irt Aimapolls, Md. who were given an ext^ve tour ii 
eluding visits to the School of Aviatwn Medicine, the survive eritfcit, siriuilated' flight frainte 
devices and aem(H»tratk» fli^te. — «-» 




BRYAN L. ^EMIEfT 
IkCOY Am, Fla. — Cadet 
Br^ L. Bemett of Bayside, is 

pnrtidpirting in the Mr fV^ee R^ 
serve (H&c&t Training .Cof{» 
(M'WytQ smamt eneaift^ttait 
here. 

CaHkft Bem^ stm of Mr. rad 
Wb. Harry E. Benn^, Sr. of 1010 
?leantre House Road, Baytide, is 
dtserving ai^ taking an <aotive 
pai¥ M iml(m ^mta of luoe 
o^aeiirttoK duro^ tiie «M^a!^ 
mmt period. 

A menAxx oi 41» A^WWC 
^^^nm at EsM t^oKAbui Co&^§t, 
GreenviBe, N. C, he will be #|- 
fbis for appomtoMiH is an A& 
f^Ke aecoM Ij^temnt up<ni 
graduaiton frmi <k>I1^. 

Ttoe caKiet, a member of l^i^ 
Chi, is a gra<kiate of I^inees 
Anne High Scho<d, Virginia 
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'HitFnan Third O*'^*! Mi^ 
^ F. Jordan, .son of Com- 
mmAtr »«d Mrs, Francis P Jot- 
Sn irf T405 Hrnwond Twine 
W?»»jfliii, Bearh. oiv^mti^ a si«m«I 
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•Y OOtlSPADRKk 

^^llMy U a^m Im mwn. 
maai^ In any one ^ Qm ilm 
Cau^ Cluba whteh $n wtthin 
tf» Vk^^ eea<A m$, Oo you 
kaow:whldi one U ckMW^ to ymr 
i^^i^rhood, if yoa »e Mfr- 
e^ed M tecMniM aancia^ wMli 
the iWingttlibed nefflbtrs of 
ywir mmaumyj 

Hmwma'g oldMt Country 
Ctato tothe reflned ntoWJag Prtfr 
c^ Am» Coi^ry ChA off HoUy 
Road in VJr^^ 8m^ B«rmifb. 
Mm^lKl ^ ^ M. Ntel, Jr., this 
Club attea tM uXu^ to Its 

mm^ma mm tm^ ^m 

{rirnddp foU Gnmn ^»eiite ip 
^VP^^^y for a womtorftil vi- 
1^ M tfioi».attd is a piarlMt test 
of gmm 9im^. Im Kemmu 
^ pro, and umta* hte db«ction 
mny a AiMo- g^ quite pi^^ 
itMUti. Afl n^utec of golfing 
dwi^ngb^ Me piiy«ii on m 
iite^Mtlng 18 holM. Tennis is 
«niM <»y WdJs Pock on jwtl- 

^ <rf tte 6nnis woM travel 
naay »Uti to pli^ and eomfi^ 
^ Umt &mta. Maiqr MtaAtfs 
enj^ ^m <wei^y-fi¥e n^w jwrt 
liff siHniB^ inabi^ttonf «d 
m^Mtlng iMitiei. The ^ beck, 
dl^ ittd dMce Tenaoe to a pt^ 
uJir ipot fw pool^de buffets, 
^wk n^^Hrta, ttuT luniiy fun. 
iMi tad bUKj^ a]« fettured 
|MMn nne to time, and fneetinp 
of various social and fraternal 
duta mt the IfeeUMM. 

A 0^ ittJlM m«y Oft BirdiMck 
Club ilUA%itflns ^alen- 




Jr, Women Help 



Art Event To B enef it 
Camp Civitan, Norfolk's 
Cerebral Pals y Center 



Mrs. Sam Mason, InfenedMe past president of the Vii^nia B ^di-^toce^ Anne Juniw Woman's Club, assists Urn handicapped 
children w'M <their lunch while <Aher (aitt^nnbers feed those una Ue to care for fliemsel^s. 





iporti and pletsure benefits 
<H t palHrefqpae sMe wMiiii tiie 
MiMoflJiddKiraBey. 
^ilil teribM- irnHFid^ 
ftK^My and ■ernee tor all 
^m of mM, Md foitfliiiies re- 

^niaed ^mM clubs. The IS^le 
fp^ tnott k 4he mUta^ of mew 
Mu^idMl^ «(MManeitt md is 
kefrt in ^^wj^yfi^ conditiott 
br tte PK^ Lw Shw. Ilie entef^ 
Ittameit JsnMnMte pln» ex^- 
ing evrato !«■ «Mb, c^ild^ 
fad fani&s to teaure todtf m- 
}0m^ tnl ^ci^i^dWy of m 
mw noeaAenfe^. Mnoie' Geo, 
W. Biumei «inK)ui»Ml ttuA tiiis 
Brivaite dtA will ch^ to inem. 
ooshlp whMi its ^ of 350 
in^abera is reached. •Renovati<ms 
l^d new additions to tb« Club 
Will be begun wtthin two years. 
J The Bow Creek Gdf and Coun- 
tey Chri) is the newest in 4he arM 
and wM be found in a secluded 
ttpea almut t nuto within Prinees 
Anm,I%Ea. llltra modern focUI- 
tlm are available to ttie menriMrs 
and other groups who <Mre to 
hold their ^herings amid luxury 
and quiet. Ifenagnr Johan fCcdc 
wOl ite bsfw ^ ansn^e fen* spe- 
cial at^vMi^. The Bdw Ci«ek Inn, 
Idiaemt to the Golf and Cou^lry 
C%d}, offers a relaxing atin»- 
Ifime lor vMUng buidnes men 
|nd vao^oners. Y^ff-round ^f 
may be enjoj^ on an ex«H«jay 
hyed-out IS^hole championship 
e^b eoune. Tom ^uige » 11k 
too in chai^. Two poc^ are dme 
by — erne iri; ©le Country Club and 
the i^iuT at i^ Im>. AH wither 
lennis cmirts «re kept hi top ptay 
iNmiitiim for ^ i^^uet crowd. 
; AH of tiiese chibs are i^ivate 
^x^i and n^nberdi^ is ^re- 
pi^ scs««)^ to inntre the Mgt 
Mttre expeet«I of Ms mss^n. 
t^eito of nwmbeii »e treAted 
irMi wann faoapKriM^. U ^u are 
iwpMJj^l mth • tm^m, you 
ifM en^ a vi^ to his CliA— 
yt)u i^ be mwle to fed OMat 
Ifidconie . . . 

I «{ NPEM BOOSE 

^ria Miitt tttf^tt ^ Pyttl- 
ass L(rfge No. IM will told an 
ii^m kome ami "get4Q|^lier" 
$8tm^ U 7 pA. at te r^riar 
tefrttag idaoe, 306 IWi ttrwt 
lAv. Robeit L. 8A wtt be 
piest ^^m. AH l^ytt^ «d 
^^ mmi Md MhmIi am hi- 
^d to aind. 



Busy Thalia 
4-H'ers Elect 

THAUA— Mary Bunprd was 
reeeiatly eleoted president of Uw 
ThAlia Community 4-H Club. 

Other new officers lue lava* 
McAndrew, vice pr^«te»t; Hiza- 
beth Bun^urd, aecretai^; Jim 
1^^, tiwMRuer; &anm fCelly, 
l^sleri and Julie ftishhig, tmg- 
leader. 

During tiie mi^i tew vmika the 
club wil i^nsor a mrtfriM^tfiip 
dri|Ve. l%e ijub te open to my 
youi^ster wer 10 y^trs of a^. 

The Thalia Community 441 
Club chalked up soow im^esave 
records lait year. 



prosraih, 4h» dub »oetved a red 
award on its projed^exhRM:; a 
blue aiRWd on tlw xtt^bcHik; and 
a tn^hy a» the wtstMidliig Jun- 
ior 44i€i]b in Vlr^daS^d}. 

A m^ortity of the dub's n^m- 
b&m r^lvM ai^ttls in indivkta- 
A pi^^ed ai«as. Sotm of the moat 
promineirt were: Ifeffk Pratt won 
Ae CMin Awanl as the outstand-. 
hig junior Iwy in Vir^ink foach; 
Miry Bai^Krd won tlw aame 
award tor tte senior giil; Marty 
Strait w£@ tak^n into the Virginia 
BeMh Honor Chib; and ^laron 
K^ WM t^ped into the Vii^xda 
Chtptw of 4.H AH-^. 

JLi^MUng tin club ttux>u^ tlw 
OM^^ftil 19^ y^ur were U^se 

pread^; Sharon Kelly, vice 
presklent; Mary Bunprd, secre- 
tary; am! Lynn Keating, treas- 
urer. 

Young people ii^r^ted in 
joining tiie club iUiould contact 
any of the new or reUrlng officen 
for infoni»tion. 

Gun Club Tq 
Aid Hunters 

DAM l«ECK— The C^on Neck 
Gun Club, located at «he U. S. 
Fleet Aliti-Air Warfare Training 
Center, will Md siglrting-in ^>3 
for hunters of the OTea on Sep- 
iterober 21 and 2B. 

The dub range will be open 
£R>m 0800 to 1200 on those (kj^ 
and members of the club will tt- 
sist hunC^ to »ght-ln their iMes 
and pattom their Aiot^ins. 

The cltrt) is offerii^ this service 
as part <rf a nationwide program 
coa«kiatod by ttie Nattniad Rifle 
Ai^da^Hi. 

Detailed foftumkion on sii^t- 
ing-in techzdques and, firing 
points tot 2M«ii^in wA be avail- 
able at the ranp. Hunt«? are re- 
quired to have all fireums un- 
bwled «i^ Mtiom open ^Ami 
entering tite tm^ »xm. 

Cmlim iNUi^i wtt be re- 
quired to sip "r«^^M8>iIity 
wa^«^ pitor to «^^g tte 
lu^ ttrea. 

tt has bmmfBlatm wt th^ to 
onkff to hmrt eff«;ti^y, the 
iM^er mwt be laflqUna' idth Oie 
gm he k v^m- (Mftng Jiitas 
a sa^ i^am to ^^-to *ai pM- 
tk% mM me^mB ttie per^^^ 
of dean Mh ^id mte iwi j i^ j 
a iMVi ^Jo^MUe rad 



AMUAL PILGRIMAGE IS 
SET m NEXT MONTH 



Tlia weekends of October 11, 
12 and 13 and October 18, 19 and 
^ have i^a selected as the dates 
for Vira^'a third annual Au- 
tma Mgrkna^, 4K»H»ding to 
l#. ^^d&}fatt ^jni^on of Berke- 
lai^ Ptantation, Charles CMy, Vir- 
1^. Mi: Jnnieson is C^airfnan 

W^^ mAy Odof^ duirdiea 
all^ I^^^ In ^tewater Viiginia 
Witt apin n^ma Oie Pilgrinu||^ 
v^ch ^^tmbsA yuritois frcMn'^ 
alat^ and S foreign cotinirks in 

*43m&ti^Jlbi ^yi, divided iiito 
two WMtaHMlA ^ Pilgrimi^ 
wOl ^has yMr <M& two aepazate 
areaf. Vmm will be able to see 
mtat tium thirty boim^ ptanta- 
tk}ns and ^irin^ wMch are open- 
b^ in au|9<»t of neaxby church 
es. A auA^atial munber <tf ISm 
houses 'wdU be open f«- toe fint 
tkne to <^ vlaliag pttfxtic, amd 
wB provide <n liM^nNfang esptsA- 
enoe l<»^^ VirgUkia as weO as oai 
of i4i^ vpitora. " ^ 

Hie flrat tfea to open <ri FA' 
day, Q^Om 11, Satorday. Octo- 
ter 12, and Sunday, October 13 
vM 1)e Weflto»ii«tend Caunft^, 
wime 1^. Plsta^s Qamk wifl pre- 
sent WirOi^ Ingleside ami 
Wakefield Turn Plantation, as 
weB as ^ni{f«ad Hall and t}» 
George Wtshingt<m Birfchpkffie; 
Richmond CouMy where St. 
John's of Warsaw and North 
FtnAam will <q>en Sabine Hall, 
Grove MouiA and MOden HaH. 
Another newcomer to the event, 
Khig William and Prince George 
Counties will open Chelswi, IXm- 
luce and Holly HUliin support of 
Old St. John's «t West Point, fol- 
lowed by Grace Church at YOTk- 
towh, wMh the Burcher House, 
Oiptain Ballentine's House, Swan 
Tavern, the Dudley Dig^s H<Hise 
am) the Custmn House. This ends 
the first hmn^i^. 

1^ fimte e(>mes on Friday 
October 18, Sstunlay, Octobca- 19. 
and Siautey, October 20 when the 
longtime favori^ along toe 
James Wver wUl be open. Tliese 
indude toe greirt G«ir^an hcMises 
and famous planti^ons <m tKtto 
the mirth and %uto side of the 
liver, Nwies long i^Mwted with 
toe hu(b(^ of OM country domi- 
nate tt» M. 

These are SlMTWOod forest, 
Bdle Air, Cotovlto, ^^^^yntcm, 
Beric^y, WeAev«- and Sui^, 
all in toe Vieteity of Westover 
Chundi in Charles City County, 
and Appomattox Manor in Hope- 
w^ WiBow Hill ai^ fimdon in 
Prince GeK§f, Am% wMi t3» 
r^iH^ simm^ Mk^m md ez- 
tei^ive grounds at C^^okes in 
Surry CcAi^. Ti^^e w9 open to 
attRMtt oi Ifen^irt's Rope «k1 
Bnuvltm ^irc^s. 

^0 is^m in coni^i^mi into 
^ FS^rimage are iof^t mstod 
MMtaSK jferinn, Semiwi% and te 
JartM mmnm Law <^ee and 
Mmo^ lAncy to iVhkrtdlEi- 
iNfi^ and O^Mid Hd wl ^ 
^^e Wai^nloi Ki^^K» to 

WnMflll[ll ||l|l||i<1 ^VWIW^ T^MMM MM I 

^m 4U^ year tmmA. 



todiviAial and block tickets are 
avaibriile at ^ch of the hou^s 
and dwrdi^ and at load infor- 
HM^on ceiters, wWcto are listed 
in the brochure. Many of toe 
churches will s«nre Umdi on boto 
Friday ami Saturcbiy and this has 
long bec^ne an antieii^itod and 
looted for pleasure. (Both West- 
over duirch in Charlra City and 
Brandcm in Prim^George County 
have ^aned a r^ni^rtton for their 
eating food on Ihese oo^ons. 

AiM^nri tolraHMm fl^y be 



quaTiers; 

ODC Opening 
Date Is SepL 23 

Orlei^tida for 967 Ir^Ounen 
u)d all imKHnlng new stodeats 
'will be held at OM l><»ninion C(A- 
lege Um^, Sept^i^ 23. Sto- 
d^ite wQl asamAIe m the norto 
^ands of FinnNttan fl^ at 9:30 
ail. Tliey wUl be weteomed by 
PieiAdert Lewis W, Weftib, Jr., 
Dr. Geo. Wm. W^Hehurst, dean 
of rtudei^ Robert Fentress, 
pmitoit of toe atod^it fovem* 
nuiM, and nob«t WOdeimann, 
prudent <tf toe ^dkdal bram^ 
of the ^dent government. 

^udet^ wUl be token on a 
tour of t^ campus in ^<Kips c<m- 
ducfted by upp^asanen. Lundi- 
em wffl be served in the college 
cafeteria beginnmg at 11:15 a.m. 
FoUewing hu^eon toe stod^i^ 
wiH reaaw ri M e in toe north 
stands. Entertainment for toe stu- 
dents during toe period jui^ be- 
fore and alter lumsheon has been 
{daniKd by toe atoctont govern- 
ment. 

An innovirtion thte year wiH be 
tiK concluding a^moon series 
of departments group meetings 
pknned according to ihe major 
fields of iirterest of toe ^udents. 
T^e pro^mm will end at 3:30 
p.m. Plans were announced by 
Coach Louis G. Plununer, chair 
man of the orient^on commi&tee. 

Itegistration for ^ ctora^ at 
Old Dominion College wfll be t>y 
appoii^neirt <Mily on Monday 
thrwgh Wednes(hy, Septanber 
23-25, {ran 9 am. to 4 p.m. in ^ 
gymiuishim of toe main »toun- 
istration buUding. Mis Maiy Mai^ 
Celine Staples, regiiArar, adv^» 
all <ky coUep stodente who toive 
not recdved ai^intments to ref- 
iner to rajMad ti» reg^Arar's o^ 
fice kmseiaiM^. 

I¥e-r^^9ti9ition f w ei^ning col- 
^e dases wHl be l^d in to« 
hSiege gynnnwun M<mday, Sep- 
teii*er 16, tbrwi^ JYiday, S^ 
tember 20, fmn 1 to 4 p.m. ami 
m Itondio^, September 10, 
toFou^ TlMtzBday, Seg^mAm 19, 
tr«a 7-10 pjD. 

^^ular n^aMtioB for ewe- 
ni^ ^0^ mM be teid <m Mui- 
d^ and 'Hi^itay, Septosto- 2i 
mi 24, ftwi 4 to 9 pjn. 

I^a^tntten wiH be cco^led 
by ntf for tf »»«i<e(tt Mhdt 
«lucai&Mi ecMMSoi mSy. 



Civilian Life 
New For Ft 
Story Officer 

FORT STC«Y — Richard L. 
Dixon, who served as Fort ivory's 
Information Officer from 23 May 
to 19 Augurt this year, has re- 
turned to dvilian life and is pres- 
ently engaged in ihe insurance 
business in the Va. Beach area. 

The 25 year-old Gastonia, 
fioi&i QffoliiM it^ve ent^^d u> 
Uve setvioe to toe aunni^r 4^ 
1961 foUowbuz ^adi»^ p^ 

ipes^ton 
tkn Gmxm itL ft. Snatis betoro 
b^ng i^^Md to toe'46M Trans- 
poiiMti<»i Company ihere. From 
Cto. d^ he moved to the Fort 
Story Officer Open M^s in Dec. 
19^ Z8 dub secretary. 

Dunng the re(n^am2ation that 
took pl»% at Ft. Story tois sprmg 
he W9A a^gned by toe 10th Bat- 
tolion Specif Duty to toe tofor- 
mation Services Division. 

Altlwu^ now a dvilian, Dix- 
on's days of soldiertog ait Ft. 
Story are not over as he expeds 
to spend his two weeks of active 
duty for training each summ^ 
here. 

UCF Drive In 
Progress At 
Fort Story 

PORT STORY— Once again the 
United Communities Fund Cam- 
paign is under way at all sections, 
units and installations of Fort 
Story. The campaign will beVn 
23 Septemlier and run ttm>ugh 
4 November 1%3. It wUl cover 
two pay days and give all Ft. 
Story ample time to plan on mak- 
mg a sut>stantial contribution to a 
most vrarthy cause. Not phly does 
your contribution help to ceraeirt 
better community rdations, but 
raiQier it aids tomdreds of those 
who carmot ordinarily do for 
themselves due to lack of suffi- 
dent support and funds. 

U. Colonel Myron (Mai€n of 
the Ft. J^iy Dental Cltoic has 
been named Project OlBcer for 
the 1963 Campaign and wUl be 
assisted by Cj^tain Beauregard 
Brown IH who wifl represent the 
Hq Ft. StCH7 Officers. Mre. Win- 
om Shir^ wUl coDect from d- 
vilian employees on tlw post ai^ 
1st Lt. Richard Cockrane will rep- 
resent the Hq lOto Transpoitor 
tion Battalion flML) coUecttom. 

Each section and imtt will have 
to Edition an E-5 or above r^ 
r^)@]iative to ad as key Noo 
Comm^oMd Officer. An initial 
bstefing was conducted by tte 
project <rffioe* outlining tte ahns 
of toe asami canqo^. K be- 
hooiws evay Ft. Story individxial 
to C(m(rH»to ad becOTK an ii^- 
9^ put id. ttile mo^ wortl^ 
cause. 



VIRGINIA BEACH— The Vir- 
ginia Beach-Princess Anne Junior 
Woman's Club was disbanned for 
toe sumnwr but many m^nbers 
^>ent wortowhile hours aiding 
cerebral lalsied and oiher physi- 
cally handicapped children at 
Camp Civitan. 

For two weeks the Virginia 
Beach women and menift>ers of 
toe Norview Methodist Church 
Youto Group gave unseliishly of 
their time to hdp and entertain 
toe children — ^raany of whom 
have known very little fun in 
toeh* short lifetimes. 

One child had her first taste of 
ice cream. She is 14 years old and 
IhhI not be^i out of her home for 
seven years. She could not speak 
nor feed hei^lf but toe appreda- 
tion and gratitude ^own in her 
eyes as Se finish<^ her fourth 
cup of ice cream. 

I^e la^ day of camp was fsun- 
Uy picnic day, bai there wm an 
undertone of sadi^ss intennin- 
gled wito tl» joy and excitement. 
The chUdren obviously wantod to 
return to toe camp nexjt year. 

But th^[« wiH be no next sum- 
mer for toese chUdren mk^ ths 

Marion Brown 
At Prep School 

HOWEY-IN-TH&HIAS, FLA. 
— Atorion Brown of Virginia 
Bea(& was among 262 ^dents to 
enroH in Howey Academy for tl« 
owning schocA year, AcsKtemy 
headmaster. Dr. C. A. Vau^m, 
Jr., amwuiKed th^ week. She is 
in toe lOto grade. 

Mm Brown is the daughter of 
Rear Adm. ami !Mrs. 8. R. 
&>own, Jr., 6108 Oceanfront. 



Parei^ Coundl of United Cere- 
bral Pateey of Tidewater make a 
Kiccess of toeir Schotarehip Fund 
Art Auction and Crafts Fair 
scheduled Nov. 30 at Star of toe 
Sea Church recreation hall. 

The proc^ds from tliis event 
will be used to raise money for 
tlie summer camp and toe De- 
vdopmental Center in Norfolk. 
The combined fadlities offer af- 
flicted ciiildren year-around pro- 
grams. 

During toe winter months toe 
center provides habiUtation for 



Music Program 
To Benefit 
Seataek Center 

SEATACK — A musical pro- 
gram Sunday at St. Stephen's 
Holiness Churdi wiU benefit toe 
Seateck Community Center. 

The program will feature sing- 
ing groups frona churches m tlie 
Tidewater area, the hsurs wiB be 

Tlw Center Cwnrarttee iS ^iv- 
mg to h^ the $3,000 mart ao tiiai. 
toe center wiU be opened by Nov. 
11, as planned. The building wiU 
not be a)mpleted at tliat time, a 
^rakesman said, btrt it wSl be ade- 
quate for use for fuitl»r nwHiey- 
raismg in:x>jects. 

There ia stiU much work to be 
done, the spokesnrtan added, and 
ur^ the fHiblic to ^ppcnt the 
program to make k a sucx^ss. 

Pn^am sponsors are Mi^ 
Margery Duke, Aaron A. I^iraon, 
president of the Center Ccmnnit- 
tefc, and Mi?. Johnnie iM. Sm^, 
reporter. 



older children who have been by- 
passed by Hfe because tiiey grew 
up in toe days before specM 
schooling was provicted. Lau^ter 
and good cheer are the rules at 
the center where barren lives are 
shown ithe j<^ of simple handi- 
crafts which their twist^ mi 
can work. The eyes of toese d 
dren radiate the adertoess of the 
minds imprisoned in crippled 
iradies. 

Mo^ of the children po^e^ 
good minds, but they have ^1^ 
allowed to regress because of lack 
of facilities to cope wito toe l^dd- 
irapped bodies.' 

The center must also liave 
money to k^p its doors ope^. 
Transportation to and from the 
center is a major obstacle. Ade- 
qi^dy traii^ i^lp is impei^ve 
and expensive. To mainfcain tfne 
child there c(»ts a minimum of 
$50 per monto. 

Thds figure is more than the 
average family can carry wl^n 
added to tl» cost of brslces, ^[W- 
cisd shoes, medical and deirtal 
care and the numerous extras, 
such as crutches and wheelchairs. 

Mudi <telpitods op the Art Auc- 
ttfiTi TJ^ftit^ tirtr; IfiBfc >tyom- 
ises to Iw an event to be enjoyed 
as well as beaetieM. Leading art- 
ists in ihe Tidewwter area have 
already contribu'ted many fiiw 
pieces of art. Btxxths are rapidly 
being taken 1^ NOTfoMt and Vff- 
ginia Beach church imd dVH: or- 
^nizations. 

Thoe WiH be a Gourniet wam 
Booto, argues, Christmas c^l!# 
pieces, ddicat^ssen foods 
many otoer varieties. A 
feature wHl be the Parcel ^^^. 
Boto, ^onsored by toe local Jw, 
ior Woman's Ch^, wtth pae^S! 
from faraway pkKtes to be «&d 
unopened. 




Union Agreement S^ned at Dam Neck 




I^tmg her s^;natore to tite union agreement between Lodge No. 1835 of the AmerKan F«l- 
eration of Government Employes and toe U. S. Fleet Anti-Air Warfare Trainii^ Oeitter at Dun 
NKk is Mrs. Jeaimette Harvey, Lodge president. Looking on are, front row 1^ to r^M: Marw 
V. Cr^, MidmenaiKe EngiMer at IHun Neck; Captem Johp B. Balch, cwnmandii^ i^ker, Mrs., 
Harvey; and Ernest L. Scd^d, Lod^ vke-presicfent. Back row left to right am kfes. G^fx^mmk 
AUbert, Industrial Reli^MS C^c^r at Tksa Neck; Jooes L. Cunneff, Lo^ge ssf^K at wBBm^ a^ 
Mrs. Cbffa Kkt, L(X^ Koetaiy. (C^tal U. S. Navy notc^raph) 



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IT'S % Tocpoii: 

By tUCILI CLARK 
SUN-NEWS roOO EOITOB 



HEARTY CAtSaiOU MAKE A HM AT BREAKTAST 



Beach Captain 
tonmands SNip 

Jr., reliev|d pi^aiirMar^ 
Vbrland aj conu4aii|ing ^ 

rovia Wurday.'at the NaV«M »>.«- 
lion, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 

Caplaln Variand ^ eoumgDiid- 

taee «^ ime ^«. 18, 1M@, 
and wfll rqxnt to tibe irtaff ^ tM 
Armed ito^ SU« i^^ at 
Norfolk. 




the {inishing touch 
'isfomu tbe recipe from 
in cheese sauce" to 
ig elegant. Mound the 
mixture around the sides 
.. .... individual shaflow casse- 
roles. Break an egg into the cen- 
ter of esch dish, and bake for 
8-10 minutes, or until iSbn eggs are 
done to your liking. 

"Pity Chicken Almond Sggi 
aoiM morning soon. It's a great 
oodntany l)i«ftk£aat. 

C^IICKEN ALMOND EGGS 
$ MdlvkhMl cMwrolw, 6«unc* 
4 •ervingii, PrehMrtfd 400* even 
2 tAdeapoons butter 
2 iiHupoom fiour 

■^a^poon salt 
uash of pepper 

2_ 

1 ^^^^nn qieddar c^ieese 

1 ' 

V^ '^BHHHHRftred ahnomte 

6 




Ti7 tliif tMtr Uend of eliidcea, ^imm, ajmcndi aad tggi Iw im 
«i«!gant Suuif hrealfMt or hoBdai Uiui^ 

Doesn't that sound elegant for 
breJikfast or brunch? Serve some- 

mdi£teKiit. Serve a '^Iiteal-in• 
.» MalBe SuMay bnaktaat'a 

gaia iK'casion. 

CoBpfmg ooming tor breakfa^ 
Ar bhinch? Serve wHoething dif- 

:)it froR) eggs and tncon! 

'6 a meal-in-a-disfa, Chlcfeen 

.^i^jind Eggs. Each individual 

casserole is centered by an egg, 

baked just tbe way you like it. 

The resulting dish is an diegant 
"piece de resistance" for any 
mefl, yet it's ample to prepare. 
\M 1 nin shredded Ch^ddfi* 
smooth cream sauce, 
laen sur m 1 cup cut-up chicken, 
and V4 cup toasted sQvered al- 
UMods. Cheddar gives the sauce 
golden color and zesty flavor, and 
the aknonds an a woadeifal tex- 
ture contrast, "nieir crunchy good- 
■•" ■-' '^" -Idicate flavor 
way tt does 
.4 add aimoMls to dikken 



the total daily caloric 
ment and one-fourth the toUl 
daily proiein a&o#ance. He Im^ 
CEREAL A!N!> i|IIK tam^aA 
pattism consisted of fruk or juia, 
cereal, mfflc, enricbed ^Mit atai 
batter in Sufficient quiwltes to 
supply one-fourth of the total 
daily protein Ulowaace, Ite re- 
martaUe momat in «1^> toMrit 
fast cereal and mflk sQ^jdexaeiA 
each other quakes th^ servi^ 
contribute viriiu^y ev«|7 im^- 
tant nutrient except vttamin C 
(contributed in tihe pMttem by 
citrus fruit or juices). 

The AdifMrtt Br«ri^c»l 

half fmpefrSt, vbnwbeby gar- 
nish 

rolled nbeat cereal with imlk aiMl 
brown sugar 

niisia txnwl and butter 
n^ «i llM bwonce— 

Someitime you might w«t an 
e:rtra «Dg^ muffin for br^- 

' "yRaK»T "JiuFFINS 
2 cups aS^ tiiribhed 

flour 

2 taUenoons sugar 
% cup tibopped wtbiuti 
1 egg, beaten 

1 cup fBitt 

2 U/tiiiapoagu malted stoadienii^ 
or iM. 

12 nit^ti. hdves 

Sift l^tttt Owr Old sn^. 
Stir in ^^n^d tuMMfe^ OaMa^ 
egg, tarn mA^Mmatig » iM. 




be tes 
ine in- 



Captam SiA iK@ «»nianding 
officer <tf QmMmmmQ n^fiawl 
a*tion bekm leiwrting to ^n- 
rovia. fie was gnd^^ ^p4 #w 
Nwid ^aK^^ in ml «^ ^ 
pw^d to mi b^UMhip No^ 
CaitiUna: In ll42 he attended a^ 
nuoriae ac^Nd at Hew London, 
Coip^ aiMl, iexv^ in wbinira^ 
^ tib Atlaku: wd I^c^c ^r^ 
W#lWvtt. 

^ hfts (^pMomM tiie «jb- 
muine 04 ud ^rved as execu- 
tive officer id Qm suinxuuine 
Sand Ltmc^ 

anw Worn 'Wm 
i»Bu#^ ttie SrtmMrine 
NiM^ is^ l^di ai^ had duty 
as ^eoitive of&^r of the sub- 
m0m leiKter Hoirard W. Gil- 
txm6, ^ «s CramuuMJter Si4)- 
maii^ Divimon 42. His shoie 
^j^ bi$ IncjiMM dufy OS naval 
aide GmeM 'Ibttiiew B. Rklg- 
]^. ^^ Ckmuqander in Chtef 
poiAmn, and two toiu^ in tiw 
office of file Chief of Ifevifl Opet- 
ations and one on the s^t of the 
Joint Chiefs of ^It 

A nftive of^esvffle, Ark., te 
is maiti^ to the fomur M^ 
mxOim W. Khig of CWawa. 
fan. T^y live at 8402 Oc^sa 
Ffmt, Virginkk iteadi, wMh tl^ 
four som. 




Add liquid to flour nuxbire. bir- 
ring only ui^ flour ji mc^^ne^. 
Fill greased muffti oups % ftifi. 
Wawe wdnut half on tap of each- 
Baie in hot oven <425'F.) ^out 



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c Of bitairMt 
To Vetenuu 

* fuhHshing gov- 
eouncnt markers tot the mk 
tnitfced graves of veterans. Army 
policy provides for the.repla«!- 
E^t of madfilrs wlwn they are 
M longer aMMceable; diat % 
they have been damag»t or be* 
come unsightly due to weatherh^ 
or tfie inscription has boxmie 
illegible. 

According to Um M^m3^ 
Division, Office of the Quarter- 
master General, a new applica- 
Axi #itt dto iHMation RE- 
fLACEMBNT must be sulxnit- 
ted Ux each such cfec^i^d vet- 
srui &xscxxaei. Hie i^>plk>ati<m 
shotthl be MccMnpuiied.oy a cov- 
erta^ totto giving t^ r^son for 
tfie reptac^ment request, because 
luch information will aid the 
Army in locating the veteran's 
rUe and origuial ap|rik:ati(m. 

Any per^Mi having interest in 
or knowledge ot an unmark^ 
pn^ of a wteran, or one in 
aeKNi of a rq}to(»ment headstone 
or marker, may make application. 
We are told that all requests will 
be given careful consideration. 

Assistance m filing fm* govern- 
ment grave maiten nmy, be ob- 
teined from this dffice. 

Please visit my (^ice cm any 
claims or problems regarding 
benefits tor veterans and their 
survivors. 




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Cattle Salet 
At Staunton 
Anneuneed 



STMJNTON — The V^Wa 
Ito^oi^ AMOi^tioB, viMtd^em 
m i^MuitiMi, Vb^a, Teem^ «i- 
n<wnced iheir sdMdute of fort^ 
orniing |!^tad Stim. Hie oA- 
endar in^^s faott re^s^ieaKd 
«id cwnme^iid a^ ^ t»th 
Horned asd PidM Herefonte. 

Tbfi adwdute iw^id^: 

Octotwr 7— !Re«!4aoor Po^d 
Ito^fiad Dl^)er^ Sste and An- 
nual Productton ^3te, Fat&A^ Va. 

OotobK- 12— Otte- HiH Pann 
DisperKd ^e, Porfest, Va. 

October 16— TO^^ Hereford 
&«ede^ Calf Sale, firktol, Va. 

Oet(rt)er 19 — BehnDnt Planta- 
tion Dispersal Sate. Le^nirg, Va. 

Oddaer 22 — Vaughan Valley 
Farm Production &ae, Galax, Va. 

October 24 — Staui^n Calf 
Sale, Staunt<», Va. 

October 30— Star Hereford As- 
socaWon Calf Sale, Roanoke, Va. 

Novenrtier 1- — Cobbler Houn- 
tain farms Prochiction Sale, Dela- 
plane, Va. 

November 4 — Hidden Eiv«" 
Farms Great Production &Je, 
Woodstock, Va. 

(Novemlw 12 — Commercial 
Hereford Female Sate, Abingdon, 
Va. 

Nov^nber 25 — Orange All- 
Ptolled Calf Sale, Orange, Va. 

Further informMion may be ob- 
tained from the Vir^nia Hereford 
Ai^>cia^n, Owen Thomas HI, 
Secretary, Echols Building, Staun- 
ton, 'Wrginia. 




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REMOVE 
WARTS! 

AmtaSng C^BMimd DImmiItm 
CvmaumWtarIm Awmy 
WitiiiNrt Cb^NI mt, Bvnliqr 
Docton WUB pkldx^ or gcratdi- 
iag «t warti may came Ueeding, 
BpMcdms. Now wmaring Ckan- 
poimd W* penetratai into irarta, 
destroys their celk, actually BUitm 
warte away without cuttiiiK cmt 
baraiAf. Painleea, colorleaa 
Compoand W, lued aa dixected, 
mnoi^ common warto aafdy, 
dfecltiNlr. toaves no ugly ■can. 



Virginia Peath SUr^NEWS, Thursday, S«pli»mb«r If, 1^3 

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SILAGE QUALITY 

In two^hirds of Vir^nia, beef 
cattle producers are trying to fig- 
ure how they are going to winter 
their cattte. Hay is extrenpely 
short on moit farms and it lool^ 
as thou^ sOa^ is going to be of 
poor qualtty. 

One pr(^lem wusy u« facing 
is what to do with com that has 
failed to mature, or failed to de- 
velop ears from missing rain at a 
critical time. The first indinati(m 
is to cut the com immediately and 
pi^ it in di« silo wHen one sees 
the ears are not going to develop. 

This has been of great concern 
to me. I've noticed that silage 
which runs high in moisture gen- 
erally makes very poor feed and 
is unjalatabte to cattle. Agrono- 
mists reconui^nd that drought- 
stricken com not be pirt in tiw 
silo utttU moisture has droi^d 
relatively low in the stalk. 

The thing tiiat gets everyone 
uneasy is the fact that tlie leaves 
are firing up from the bottom 
and it looks as if w« are loiring a 
good bit of feed. Actually, this is 
not true. The leaves that are near 
the bottom and are being lost con- 
tribute very littte to toe overall 
wei^ and nutrition of the com 
plant. So, let the le«v« fire and 
wait until the moisture has 
dropped relatively low in the 
stalk before cutfting for silage. 

Com sila^ whidi cMitains less 
than 25 per^nt dry matter makes 
a very poor quality cattle feed. 
Wl»re ears have ftdled to mature 
much of the silage wiH not go 
over 15 percent total digestible 
nutrients. This is low quality feed, 
but worth saving. Renumber, let 
tl» moisture get wt. 

Wtth tte poorer quidity silage 
eicpcfted, one <^0B^\^^^Je^ 
the same results in ^^tertag 
calves «■ f irttening arttle as in the 
past. When using drought-dam- 
aged com m silage, <Hie must &i- 
pect less gains or plan to add 
more gram to ^t sutabte results. 

In many cases, it wiB not be 
practical to buy grain to add to 
this silage, M>d growers wiH just 
haw to tighten their belts and 
g^ skm^ witii ^ gains than 
normal. Birt, the drou^ dan- 
aged osm can be put to itei best 
use by ensiling even tlK>u^ it 
wUl be of po(Mr quali»tv. 

I suppt^e l^foes wi.iiout ^lymg 
that this ye«r crop res'du.s wfll 
be put to ti» greats use 3ver« 
All finite dMuM be g^suwd by 
cattte tiib Ml and those xou^ 



agesiiitikh luw^ been thou^ to# 
pow to Mbs* wMh should ^ 
used. HcQ^pw^dte and my <Mhfer 
gre^ oaitefial tss be graa^ olf 
in the fril anl wiii^. VnuiB ce^ 
tainly not ^od teds, th^ pocM^ 
er rou^iages will Ii«^mfCaibE^ 
man g^ ha breeding herd 
throu^ to n^st y^kr with tbe 
least a^. 

Mo^ Waiy, the be^ way to use 
poorer rcm^^iages is by usm$ 
some grain supplement. Fo 
pounds of com plus half a 
of any tyi^ of r<Ni^age wfll 
cattle thrwigh to spring. j 

Protein feeds will be nece^V 
in many cases and vitMiun A m 
be univei^ally short. AU th(»e 
roust be considered in fi^u'ing 
faed budgets. 
DANGERS OF GREEN CORN 

&k late sununer and «a-ly faU, 
maiiy pa^ures are over-grazed or 
burned brown. This ^ espm^ 
true during a s^ison of drougl^ 
»ich as Vii^nki Beaxii has «lf, 



COLLEGE EXPENSES 




borrow agahut the eq^v^ in y<Ktr home 

MUTUAL JEftERAl 

NORFOLK / PORTSMOUTH / VIRGINIA BEACH 



pertenced this year. ^^,1^,^ 

Under these conditi<ms, a^ \ 
begin looking t<ff smiethii^ ^ 
green to eat. Some of the gre^ 
forage may be poisonous weec^. 
But sonoe of it likdy to be cit^ ' 
grown on the farm aich as com, 
cane, or sudan gras. 

Mature com no^es good feed^ 
for cattle, but green onm can bt'-' 
dangerwis. The chai^ in feed 
often causes difficulty for ca^. 
They will eat as orach as they can 
of such temptii^ green fon^. 
Their delicate digestif sy^«^ 
cannot stand the sudden cha^a 
in diet. U is tiiis sudden (diange 
ratlwr than poisonous properties - 
of the green com thk c^u^ 
troubte. 

Wkh Sudan grass or cane, how- 
ev^, there may be a de&iito 
problem with iwi^n. Both-mi»' 
der some condkiwa — coi^ht 
pmssic acid which is a fast acting ■ 
poison. C^ttte have dted in 20 
mimites afttf eotli^ ^di friante. 
It is vital that a vi^isiaafiaa treal 
the po^ned anioal as «Mn as 
possible if M is to be saved. Ani- 
mals near death o^m are nonnii. 
Within a few minutes after in- 
tra^^ous injecti<»is. 

To treat the green com prQi>- 
tem vetnineians oft^i inj^. tr-a 
de^t<Hdfying »>hition direct in^ob 
tlM blood, lliis ^ b^^me tiMf 
green com has a f^ndyzmg ^ .„ 
feet on the cow's stofluch a^jo' 
medicine applied by moutt 9^ 
mi effective. Anoba" treataient ,• 
is to inje<A stimulants und^- (be. 
animals' skin wl^re they nas^ ^ [ 
M^oated quickly. A third tt^- - 
meirt is toy suTgesy. In this -wny , 
the veterinarian can go di2«c%..^ 
into tile rumen and muyve ^, 
9%en corn. 

What are signs of tr«d>le frwm 
green corn? Generally when a 
cow stc^ cheiraig her cut tt is an 
indication thait digestion 1^ 
^i^ped and the rumen is baax^ ■ 
ing paralyzed. If tiie tvcm&r am- 
not f^l the mrmsi oMv&oesB^ 
of the aninul's sUnnaeh tteixi^ 
the left flaniE, he can be f»etty 
sine the anuntd is ack and a vet- 
erinarian sboidd be called at 
once. 

Tbe b&i way to inrcvMrt &as 
probl^n is to fcwp cows away 
mm the green plants. Hi^ 
meam that fences should be kept 
in good repair. Eqimlly impor- 
tant, cattle should be ^e<patdy 
fed. If they are, they are not so ,. 
likely to be tempteid by green 
com and will make 1ms effort to 
get to it 



GRAZING DIVERTED LAM> 

A special retease aane to flie 
ASC Office recently from WaA- 
in^on, autlwrizing grazing <ai di- 
verted land ^artii^ October I. 
'^m s due in Utg^ mei»ire to 
^ drou^ conditicutt prevailing 
o^r Viitqnia, and is a fuH mcHith 
earlier tium was originally 
{tenned. So wsw is a food ttne to 
pirt in a ^xjd a>ver crop of lye, 
oato or oflier of your dMuce en 
diverted land and have some ^Md 
graai^ by Odetoo 1. You an 
^axe tt ualil msA May 1, and 
1^ use the s^w tend <iS ^veiled 
acres f<»-*e3^ ye«% mm pro- 
grun, irtihft wffl isMi Mgiff 
mlas per aoe. and M you pai up 
to 50% of yow <»rn taa of ^ 
acr^ into tfM ^ hi^ iMT pi^ 
ymt tfl at the h^ nto tt 3wn pql 
m from40% toS(m^fl»ba» 
fkmai Bed, A^ ^^e ibo- 
a^- wffl be ^d to h^ l«n iritt 



"^^ms^m^ 



^m 



T 




^each SUN'-NfEWS 
•ay, Sept. 19, 1963 



IVoiect Grant 



K — Child and Fam- 
. .. ,-ias beea selected by 
the FajTiily Service Association 
of Ainaica and tlie C3)ild Study 
Associttidn Of Aaierica to par- 
'icipate in a new family life edu- 
cation p"^;*-'* 4 tiiree grant 
from thi Institute cf 

Nfcntal wul defray the 

•aition v .nGMsiVe training 

institutes and field supervision 
to be given to the IS selected 
agencies. Centni to the aim ci 

?ct is the expihnsioa ol 

,.:eventive mental health 

pK^asu so that more parents 
in loeai communities can be 
reached. This is the first time 
hai National Institute of Mental 
Health has given recognition to 
,>arent group education as a valid 
Txut oC ^ir mental health en- 
ieavors. 

Haywood A. Clay, Jr. 

' \ Caseworker, at 

amily Service will 

nxivc Urn specialized training 

innbunced Earl D. Morris, Ex- 

S 'director. Mrs. Clay is a 
of Haitipton Institute, 
her Master's deeree 
'rom Atlanta University Scmxri 

^f Social Wr* ■ '--r of 

he Natiooal So- 

cial Workers, the Academy of 
Onrtiried Social Woiten and has 
been a counselor for Ok last 
Upcteea yean wjth Child and 
Fmily Secvioe. "hktifolk is dou- 
i>ly fortaaate to be selected for 
u.< famju, life education project" 
Lfi N4<irris;-^«t Ohild 
iOJ tdm^y Service 

tnia.tan 

^cncy. lliis wiU stxengtlifin serv- 

YK to families by helping parents 

h problems c^ child de<- 

at their early ^tsag^ 

is easiest Mrs. 

las had excellent experi- 

-iicc from her years of counseling 

and with this can give skillful 

leadership in the development of 

a new commmiity educational 

'iervke for aU families in Nor- 

hesapeake and Virginia 




the Oiild Study Association 
of Aokerica is a voluntary, non- 
pfofit ocganization whose pri- 
mary goal is helpii^ parents to 
cope with their children, othef 
members of their family, aikt 
various members cA diieir com- 
mniBity. The CSAA has taken 
natkmal leadership in training 
professionai persons to develop 
and eoodnct programs oi parent 
group dncossions. Subject areas 
dealt with ir aing program 

ui lamMy interae- 
variations in ftti- 
tod^ toward dtildrea and diild 
rearing practices; parental con- 
cerns and responses to children 
at d^Setent steges of growth and 
development, and principles and 
techniques in recruiting the par- 
-' groups. 

^nnglh to Families Under 
the slogan of the Family 
l^^octation of America. 
iiJd and Family Serv- 
ice is one of 312 member agen- 
cies whose goal is the stresgnieiv- 
ing of family lift and improving 
of social conditions in the com- 
munity. Services provided are 
cotfAseUng for marital difficulties 
ifld narertt-child relations, un- 
foster home 
. adoption, wi^ 
ices. The ChM 
ice is a menKfer 
,'„,*A romntuni- 



Tfiiin 




CSn^KH 
Okfeatiai kt ^^m Ai 

li.'W AM.— Meti^ 



BAFnsT €samm 



MiMi ai#ai 

i45 BuammuAWmA 



9'M A.M.— Suday JUwol 

&15 P.M.— -Tn^int UWoa 



■EAcnykvm Sitfnrr chumb 

(W. T. Cnck» Sdiort. IStk St) 
9:45 ^m.—^m^ Sdbooi 
IVM a.m.— ^Konh^ SerHce 
7:30 pjm. — Bmeemg WbrAip' 
7:30 PA.— Wed. Pn^er teViee 



fAJtB BAmn* CBUMS 

C81I ^ Bmtb W«ft, NertoOu Va. 
Fkcd M. r 

9:45 tm.—Sm^ Sd^eL 

t:30 P.M.— Mrnlinaitl UAa. 
7:S0 p ji.— Bveiili 



Ofwt Neck A Wmop 
A. Ifar«ld AntaqitoB, fm 
10:00 A.M.~Sunclay School. 
nm A.M.— Wbnhip Service 
7:30 PM^Bmiat Service. 



cHUROi OP cmsrr 

IMi Stawt and Baltic Avcma 



9:45 a.m.— Sundw Sei»ooL 
11:00 a.m.— Momuic Wiorsi]^. 
7:30 p m — EvBntriiatk Itanfibe. 



Ofc^i tiimt tiafftut CkmA 

U^t Qtmt RMd rt <^MiiMitoy 

HM a.nt-4tfd|i^ Wte«^ 
7:30 pm.—9tmbm BetHot 



"\(iC, ::MP-,5 3Mi ^«et 




>y Servfee 



•Aivnen oMMai 

1^, T. M. WaMii JNMir 
9:30 fcn.-4^p* SdKMl 
nm a.n.— Montag Wec^ 
7:30 pj&— Sve^^ Wi^^ 

CmMAAnOTT dUKS 

Miat N. YmHk Vlrt* 

Du flMt <^K<^ ftgriie, Va. 

11:00 ajs.— MeMMa m>«4>. 
t:M pja.— 4NeiIly Nli^ Servloe. 

flNft % m. 

•AFtlsr CSnARfl 

Bi^ Bair. V^ifa 
ALVDI St. €%AB^ PASItMl 

9:45 «.«.— OitviA S^D^ 
nm Itt.— Miaiiaii Wi»A^ 





IT. J0HN1S BAPnsr OiOiM 

torn AM,-^ 

1 1K» A.M.— Monfaig UtanMp. 

6m P.M.— B.T.U. 

7:(M P.M.— BweoJiv ^^w^. 



Lo aden B rid^ Vfa^^ 
Cjk Edww4 iwi^iii nHlM 
9:45 ■ in tlaHtiy jMtfrflt. 
11:00 s.m.— Monmc WenHp. 
6:30 p.in.— TniiDliis Union 
7:30 p.m.— EveAiag Vfot^bitt 

FKEEWUX BAnVT 

bi Prlaceas Anne Oountjr on HMiwqr 
61S V4 mile nwt Ocesu Air S&loe 



Wonbip Servioe 
Bvcdi^ Service ■ 



^ 9:45 A.M. 

11:45 AJif. 

7:30 P.M, 



VlnWa B 
COMMUNTTY CHAPEL 

LmUh RimL UokhofQ Bv 
9:45 a.in.-Mar MtoA 
KEV. QENE GARinCK 
brtsHw Partor 
11:00 a.m.— Moraing Wonrffie 
11:30 i.in.— Childnm'i caiiaeb 
7:30 pjn.— Eveainf Service. • 




S:JO. 



, 7t30. 



BLACKy^roi BAW^T 
4 W 




»»!• 



JUBURBAWeglMfcltltflC^^JB 

9:45— 9ndiy BEhool 
11:00— Mortis WoiMp 



FIRST BAPnmXMKS 

35MUM at tt(^. Road 

n. f^MA WiMiiMM 

Swday SdM^ ___ 9:M AJt. 



Tp^iii JMoa ~ 

Evtfnlai Serr»e _ _ 

Bwiilii ^rAee% 30 

May IJ-Sept. 15. 



Aim AM 
,W6 PM. 



ST. NttAM^ 

CAlWMJC CHtJMH 

Lailel>teiKoaa n^ Grwt 

1^. McMm t. HriMH 
Sunday Mass^. 
8,^ Md 10:30 A.M. 

4 to 6 p.m. ^tuidays 

10-12 Satun^ 
Baptum: Alter 8:30 aun. Man» 



ckVAmxcmkm 

_14A ^tren wd Arrtic 
nv. HUNCB ▼. 
SuM^ liMMS: «lMe. g^. 9:30 

11^ un. and 12;15 »a. 
Stamaut:, Jboe 15Ui Ihra LAor Digr, 
N 7:00, iM, 9:30, UKW aA. and 

12:15 p.m. 
Moiy Dtyt, 1.00. ftW aA tod <:30 

C nnflm. 4:00 S» MO aM 7K10 
to IbM^n. I^Httt 

htow Alt iMkoetkg. OMMr Maai, 
6. 7. t, 9:30 «Bi 11 •.m. aAi 12:15 
pjn. Duly Mig^ 1:45 Ua. 



BAvm^ BAmsr tswca 

IIW Pkttme W^ iMd 
PasM^-^HMi V. J>« fte 

t:30 & 11:00 AM^-^onUp 

Servioe 
Sunday School— 9:20 * 10:10 »jm. 

<».i.f> D KA . -Bveohtt Servioe ' 

^i'. MATHEWS 
CATHOLIC CHUIUS 
]«1« flHrirs Lane, Va. B«mIi. Vs. 
MaMCR 7:M. 9HM, 10:30 A 



"TRadlf 



/:uu 



PA. Id 



Cooftalaba each 

{o/.'W fin. floa 

8:00 p.fii. 
FatlHr OKsM wd F^Hnt 
Ph one KI 5-93 33 

FEii.diigni# BApTit dttoicH 

419 Gienrock Road, Norfolk 2. Va. 
Mr. ChaMi TTteMs PMb 

9:45 ajH.— Cbonft S^ooL 
1 1 :00 k.m.— Mettlg^^KMait. 

7:30 pjs.— ^BriUl WMUp. 




l<MO A^M.-4 

tliOO A^^-lfi^^ Wbfal# 
7:30 P.tt.-^«i^ WMMp 

S31 Va. BMCh Bl«d..OeeM«. Va. 
> 6:% p.fB.-r— ^vemiv Woiwdp 




■rits-^^ 






DhcMelflf OzM 

roomRKk 



6^» 




8:45 A.M;. 
9:45 Aa».- 

11:00 A.M.— Watdp Servioe 
6:30 P.M.— YOD* <h«N|^ 

KiiiPBvnis MFMr ^Mtcs 

A.tt. 
9:45 AM 
11:00 AM 
8-00 P.M. 



BAYMDE cidbwiAw j attJica 

Shore Drfvc and Or«es«tB toad 

c4n L. rlTTCHf WlljBMf 

:5 A.M.— WoBinp Berviee. 
11:00 A.M.— 1M»4fe femu 




in^UMOS 




Now M& 



BttuiuEt n>bi»pM cwMai 

llal^ 



«* A.M.— ] 
9:15 AM 



11:15 Ail 







Owannios fiiat 



Nttrt^ 



m 

9:00 ajB.— Auaitv Stkfitx aM 




U.'OO ajii^Menlif Pacyer #ld 
SecnoB (lit Smdiy. Itoiy 
OoauBwrfon.) 

nft^LSBMANUn. 

25th md BaWe. Vv^iia Beach 
PHILIP fINCVS, RaMi 

7:30 A.M.— Snrvion Moii..Pts. 
8:15 p-m.— I¥i^-Sri3lMdiS«vkee 
10:00 a.oi.-JM^ - &ri}b^ 8«rvkx 
tm AJf .--Servtoet Sbb. 



. LirranuN cmmoi 

MOIOO Vli^^iHi Beai* BiMlevard 
(T aapoBtt y IWtM^ Ceotar) 

^MHett A. rfwtt WtmtK 

9.15 a.BL— OmiA Saoek 
10:30 ajB.— Wofri^ Stfvioe 
(Nuzsoy for ^e^Aori ^fldna 



LUTBiRAIf CmnK3B 
Of tta €••< ifapftwi 

Atealfe aad IM &«et 
i^. Joka D. KdMit 
8:30 AM^-ftftmlu Wenb^i 
9:45 AJiC^-Ckiiiifr Sehod aad 

AdbK Mb Ctaaes 
11:00 / «ft~MD(^^ #oal# 

CKJH SAYIWm 
LUrmSAK CMflKS 

9n5 AJh.-^'^Xmrs S eii oM 
I1H» AM.— Wo«d# Bervioe 



Un^SUN CBUMB 

OCbaouri gjw>0 

Mec^ at Mattba Sdxml 
9:15 ajn,— -taiday SAeri and 

BMe Oais. 
10:30 «.m.— Divte WoNb^ 
IMfy C^mmnni^h— life m^ 3td 
Sunday. 



VBCHNIAttACS 
MinKMMBT CBlflKS 

ȴ. B^TEan^Y fm,TY 

8:30 aA.— WonUp Ssvke Smm» 



<9:4S %sn^-43aitA Sehmrt 
11:00 a^B.— WonUp Servk* 



mSEL MRHCHMfT GBUBCB 

Qwdi _^ 

10:00 ^^— Mefrt« *W@nyp 
IIKW AM.— ClMBh School 



nAZA MrraanBT chuicb 

Meettee at Plaza ^hool 
HBOEST 6. HOnS, 
9:45 A.M.— Momi^ H^atUp 
11:00 A.M^-ann* Sehbd 
7:00 P.M.~ro^ FdlomMp 



P^C B M Amb, Vkf^ria 
MMf. PhaafelK taaii 
10:15 aA.— OhbA Schodl 
11:15 am— Mornbw Wte*ip 



MEmMHSr CSBOKSM 

Rev. Lab9 Davlfc vS i Mm 
9:45 a.ai.— CtarA Si^oeL 
11:00 itjm.^-Matekat W«iri#. 



ioniMMHR cainKa / 

Asm 



liH 



Baribvacd 



9:-ff aji.-4^tttA 
U^ *.«,— M 
»i»p 




9:45 A Jl - 
11-00 A 
7:30 




Wmu C. 



lOKlO Alt.— OiiM^ Sehool 
11:00 AM.— Merrt« WonMp 

fHAUAMnBoowraKms 

Itoa Ave. A Va. Mm* Mid. 
ibv* ik •> 
9:45 
10:45 

Viiitaia BaaA ^uiemi l#a^n«M 




8:45 am aad tl 

9:45 a4k-.^hnR* ftlioal 

Ibir p A— YooM ffel0inl# 



t:M %m 
10^ 



(Ho^Cmattse Itt SoBiay of ^lA 




OfBtt 

B.J. 

9:# ajB^-^^ndk BdteM 
tl.-«B 




HAYGOOD 
METHODVr 

9:45 AJd 




11:00 AM.— Ml 



osaniiftf*"^ 



OH 




8:0^- 
(Except duf&s iwior 'i vaoathm.) 

10:00 AM.— Mondeg Player and 
SenaoB (Holy OommwAw on 
tint Sunday of each mciMh.) 



MBTHOMBr, 

Aoredak — Keaiptvtlle 




7:30 pjn.— Yi 




LVNNHAVSN 

METHODiarr church 

ytd e Neck Row) 

MKt A WM ~~ 



■BjMBOmmIi School 

"aSiSLMoniiM 



-Moraing WonMp 



MEflMMR' CMAKS 

Kaoto btaML N.C. 
Rakcrt C Wek, MiMv 

10:00 aJB.— S^edn ScIkioI. 
11:00 aJB^W enMp Servica. 

BAYLAKS afSraomn' CXURCH 

Sioia IMve lA IMwire Maad Dr. 

MMIiiiir, SSSs. GOOD 

8:30 k It A.M.— IftHdi^ S«vice 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday 




>a*^ BiB^ Vl g^ 
ww. nVHaai' A* apBca^ mU 
lOm ttM^'-Ckat^ S^hod. 
1140 ajB.-^M eiriag ^DrtNp. 

SAUM MDraWMMMP ISM^M 

Rev. MadTmiipiii 
10:00 a«u— Mofirib^ i^MMp. 
11:00 ajB.— Owreh SAetA, 
TM PA— YoBft f«tt»mMp 



NrnKNAZASENB 



chuhCH CW 

9:45 a.in.— S ujiaigraaMJel^, 
1(^5 aA.^ltolwin Wonhi^ 



Va. 




CHURCH 

vomer 



CrtW iT 
PRUBirnpiAN CHURCH 

Flivt SMM, Wroct NmlDlk. Va. 
B. Cnmm C e«ky» Padar 

9:45 a.ai.— Church SAooL 
11:00 ain.— Morataf ^»ot^ 

6:30 pJB.— WlMU«)(to Fto*^ 

6:30 «ja.— Pioneer PljBoWttlp. 

6:30 |jD.— Yoong Mple'l Rllo*- 



PKCSBYTBRIAN CHURCH 

Pacifie Avraoe at 36di Street 
tbmt O, Ma 
J. 



9:45 OfflKh sSo? 
nm Moniet Wonbip 
6:00 Voulh IViowaUpe 
7:304:00— Suflday eveniBg Cfaapdi 
Veiper Servioe 




MeedofJ , 

Sunday School — ^_ 



. 9:45 A.M. 
.11.^ A.M. 



m 



1 
M. 

8:30 A.M.— ^(»onhlp aad Onudi 
School 

9:45 A.M.— amitb School 
11:00 A.M.— WMhip aad Cbmth 
Sdmt. 



(Now 




9:M 
11:00 



■and C. PHUml Kwtov 
M.— SMdqr Mool. 




MJtmaumN 



9m. Mtafaa R. 1f«l^ ft. 

9:45 ajB.— Ctaift 8mm 
111 





YoD Me, in the country or in the city, ChrigtUns $xt con- 
sdentious people trying to be better. And for folks lli you 
and me who worship God, the Church— l}ff or Hitl«--&iftom«. 



Copwrkkt IMS, K«IH«r A4*irtMiic 8«rTia^ Im., Stnihti*. Vs. 



TiM 



Mcndar 

Xaaiah 

51:M1 



Tneaday 
Bath 
1:1-18 

MHHHHHl 



Wadaatday 
Oalatiaae 

6:18-26 



Tbttrtdur 

IITineajr 

8:1-7 



Friday 
PMlmt 

90:1-14 



Vmim 
ii6a*i9 



THESE 



^m^ mm m^ mc. 



Va. 



JO ATTEND A CHURCH OP 



ANNE imtmAL PMH 

0Mi mat Itnail fnaiiia 
nwaa D^, 3M^7B~Nlle 



SMI Btiael 



OAlkMU 



l^rs s-ti^sc st^^ n^. 

^ )l« M. i IMl Aliiie Av 

VMiri 



RUSSaiA HOLMES 

**When Sboppiag I« a 
AUaatIc Av«Mn VinHite 

GA 8-6881 
lanal Stapplag Ccatw 



It L @AiMi»ai 

teMkBten »# Maid PMdicIa 
M#*W|laiMABaBlnMd I 
MA^m Miifak.Va. 



CAVAUK QMAin 
Mmmt mmvn 



tm QA »4I 



mmm 



vmmMf'S SHHJ. SRVKE 

9M MiMt aat bKAv 



QA 8-4238 



mJbl 



NK^ m^m 



fftoi*frlf at 

CM . ITtk WpM. Va. 



^ 



Cpm» TV A AmJANCE GO, 

6tM VA. BEACH H.VO. ^^^^1 

K&UMMATON INSUMM^ QQ, 

I^Md bMa *- Ti~1 iiiti «- taianHa 
31W IMite Atmbc — Tetopkeae ^ l^ltl 



i^iiirr HAiMCii njotifr 

VA. SMOi AUTO SINWY, JImL 



OCEA! 



GA 



MAMff 



Va. 



GA 



W. A. WOO^ l»^ 

BUMBU OIL CO. 

FM on •■< KiMaeaa 

DidGA 843gS 

SniCKLAND^ ESSO SERVICfil^ 

Riwd Swrtlce Dial GA g.*614 
Slit ft HMk Af, Va. Bm^ Va, 



ATIA^ OM^M A UUMMY 

3t74M A^-xIMd GAt-tm 
MM MM ft AffMe jIhmi 



M» m 



^ 



Virginia B#adi SUN-N^A/S, 





OAiRIS 



U 'i4 Depot 



^^1 





i^^^Msirif, I^S8 



uMbilr^ 



h 



m/ice 








Platoon Leaders 



sumoKr 
Mins 
lb* 




M» 

OottMB nL, VnpHUi Beach, 




rtfte t^^MB wisBie tR! firs! tte 
M-44 tm Md M:ei«ed mdM^ 



ti^mmm GO., INC. • 2iit i hiifl8 if! 



I 






t 



-m "THI Ml HWt WOW% »^T^ Sl^ WMM tfeM i^ ^l*'^ t IT i " 



■£•« 




>'f>'i"kta^;pMi'V; 



^mmmam 





HOUSB 

ws uLTllmm m 





iMCSXJ^ AFfe, Tex. -^ 

„ _ . i^wr ftm 

die Aff ,fo|m % l^t J^flW,!^ 
U|S ccNn|we^ ftis initkl basic 

•t Vuigildi 



Ph^ical oOMlMcHiM vras em- 
' ^imMntf ^ course. 




MMJ-ORY H FiMKELL, JR. 



ti«^e^ ifalW^tt. F\#NO, Jr., 
Wh of Ifr. Mid nl^. 1(. n. f^idl, 
&. of 1^ Knenood Boad, V^ 
a Sewsk @id^fted Iroin ttie 
^ i^l^ Air Kwoft^ SfiKid' 
soil C^i^ iktaxa^^ Air bni- 
v«nAy tob l^dipr (AupA 2). 
THiiilimK rriiiill iim iwilrrfril 

4MMaKn^^ fMlMMal M « ieid- 
flr^ Hil Mra^p«» ttoree. 

Ille Wnul^iipiif. 'W^Mie, wilt if 
tiie tormor M^tivtw 4- litWkof 

I^n^mMty o^ i^ianl w is a mssor 
M of Spit J)^ Chi. 

i© fep# AiRB, N. C. 



ite p. BibllttBn. in ^ tifr. jod 
Ifrft & O^ lM»«s(m «f Mt3r- 
Jtower Ai^tffaneirts, Virgiftii 



> «owie <»veri ad* 




Bittrii, rnBylrt i rf ^ Navid Air 
IMMsnariik draining GnMip 
Cwttse & F!^ &^»^ l^tti* 
in£ r^^iQ^, at HrH Twtt Ma- 
rine C(»i3tiltf Wftito, SaMa ^a, 

^mm 

nam 
M 

ife is a saMtt M Ifa^M A»r 
Refi^ii^ B00m m #t ttle 

i^mtettite. %iM allied the 
lervic^ te DeoBJMor IMl. is a 
graduate of lluitt^^ Hlgii 



ALPHEUSE. SMITH 

uss ptMrr iNEliiNG — 

AljAeus E. Smitiu sKi«l», US!t, 
s<m of Mr. and Mrs. Geotfc S. 
Smkh of RoO^ t, L^fiiiftaven, 
Va., isnrte aboanl tl^ 6&tk 
tending shtp \M Fort SaeHine, 
r^^ntly piu-ttc^pttd la tin 
s^rdi fw die o^i^r sutmnarine 
t^ Tte^stet WiWi Was 10^ ih 
die AttfiMk; in April. 

Fort Soelln^ aeled as pi^:^ 
suppMt and conuSMd ship for 
Task Group 89.7 *irS^g the 
search operaticms. 

Upon comj^iiM ^ op^S' 
ticws Fort &|6U% cttvmen 
were ccMipvA^M^ bj Own- 
mander Tmk Group 69.7 iM b^ 
OommaiKter Submarine Forvs, 
Atlantic, for a "rob well done". 

An Atiaittft ¥im unit, F(^ 
Sibling qjo'ates out (^ Nc^- 
folk, Va^ 

COL. M, L. PAUlV&L 

FT. mcBAmsm, Alaska 
—Col •MKstad L. ffOm^wmM 
Mr. and Ifi^. t. R. f^OMB of 
W08 Eilttd^ Lam, Virpiia 
Be»±t ^ )n«Q IH^ WW as- 
sii^aat AM «t StM for tel 
«ice (O-a). US. AMqr, Atttta 

He was pi«vte«%^|)foft«9qr of 

nvlitaxy sciMH» ^ Ittrenee BKMb 

CoUe^ tti ll(ft%iin|, Ala., and 

was awarcted a flUOlBr of Wis de- 

igree f rom tlat sclrad. 




— ^JaMil M. l^mn^Al, tfn^n, 
USIf, Ip 4 1^. iDd Mrs, 
V. Lanmoai ^ «aOO Hs 
Rd., Viipnia » 
comptetoNt Avwitsi !^i^^tfqf»- 
tioa SdKX^ ^ ^ NaMi Xlr 
T^hnk^ Tfittii OeiMcr, Mhnh 
[Aa, Tenn. 

Hk twft-we$k, (Quz^ ooti&rt- 
ed of na^ Irt^a^M Airab^OB, 
survivid pn^sOf «^^n Ms- 

erati<Mi. ft Ml^m 

in»>e»teg aiidnu^ paradwtes 

and fottip tailuilQi^t. 



WESB MB, npl. — Sttemifi 
LieuteoMt Mifk F. 11^ ^ itt- 
^nia Sk^iM^ lias ntonA IMed 
States Air «\aree ffttt li^toJK 
here. ' 

I^iitraiant i^^i^ win fly «p 
new^ Air Faroe jet traineis IttM 
receive specifl lii^eilttc liU tftt- 
4ary t|a&Diag WHrtM ttK ym- 
loa^ course. He wSQ be awarded 
&ie diver wi^ ^ t i^t qplfe 
gradu^on. 

llie IkHitettaol is Ihe tORr^f 
Mr. ^ Mrs. ibtk U^ WMe <«r 
319 26^ SI., Virgih£a 6e»i^. % 
received Im QB. ^^f% iM& 
Vii^Dte ^ot^atekA biiiMite in 
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A^e^KM #i|mt i^ «lMnerv JMbri tor 

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by Hor»c» Ehif 



1 oicioeo TO ewi 

VOUAHOIREROtf^MCEl 




Movie Review 

"LOVE OR MONEY" 
IS HIT COMEDY 

UniviN^ Itts another oaaah toooedy! A n^tty md ei%i#i% 
romantie irfMr, {wdced irith liiaious ^hutioas, snd ttenlfy 
dtabed n^ »if]^ise, tim one boss tiie intrigoii^ tiftte "For Love 
or aiomgr." ikvptiy for movie-goen, it CQateuM in the mecuAfm 
oi (nqpei^ eomedies from Uni 



K op«t» Wednesday at tiie 

And wittt Ihb An, a new io- 
pli^i^ed f n a n t i c comediaii 
li^ eome upon <tat mteim. That 

sw immxHan ^ K&rk Doi^bs, 
and in his fir^ role as ft ren^ie 
CHPoeia', he emeistt ae. tapraa- 
sh«^, bB opem iq> • lifMe new 
ar^ for ttie d^pb^raait d his 
capoWe fakMmk: i^fls. 

Of oxDnM^ )» is aided n^piifi- 
coi^ Iqr a ati^isr <»t wUdi to 
eta^oied of ]MHt maris* <rf ii^ 
er aoi^ e nJwtahtfBw t 8»^ as 
Wtd G^me, C^ Youmt nitiiiia 
BUmr and Wlitot B«kSx. Add 
tb ti^ Hat aeveirt oorvaceot^ 
iitaides in Leslie FmiA mi Ju- 
Be l^wmar, fabed vttti mmmn 

WvuOD ana IQCDBRI l>B9»n% Zv- 

wpK^i9^^*-wA yw teve paxt <kF 
tte fWMMBt the ta^^ eoine ao 
iait aad loiid. 

Tte oOmt r^Km » hi tlie cre- 
ative buying d ttie produdko. 
"Itf Lovt <^ Mon^' ta|>{)% 
iMffltt two of tibe toimobdii ei^fte 
at U^tiiaafectod eteom ^ve — 
{Rtntaou' Bobert .^thur and (^ 
rector ndii^ Gcae^km. Aitttsr 
n^^gsoed, «m^ oOkis, "Hut 
fMKb 4rf Miiar and 1'Openti<m 



Mtteeaf*. 



<d»el Itof^ has Dougba i» a 
ItwysHrtKniUcnni', a iaid^cxr ao 
cagey «Mi taxming he has thi^e4 
aU nu^sd n^ cast by iK^baod- 
fiahii^ beauties of ev&y dear^ 
tion. Cm of his dirats, weiltiiy 
mi <MC«^ric Mks Rttter, hkies 
hkn— at a fee kvge @ifsa0 to 
salve his iq^oed conacieiux— to 
serve as Cupid's aki. 

He is to n^ny off, to moi of 
ias dient's cboo^ng, »tdi of her 
tiiree dan^itw^ the misais Ge^- 
nor, Newmv and Faiflib, to 
Yoimft Su^mt and Windiwi. 
How he accoo^l^es the 'Job— 
and fe^ iNmH^ enme^Kd in the 
«^t— iivM ite to a 
set of Iwgbisovddi^ 
eacfc-'dQiofiite wlQi br^ Mid 
sotnetimea IniMe dlsS^ 

Ifiss Ga^ior, «^ has wm cril- 
ioal tai<k» SA one of fihntoKl's 
moat i^^ mikt$ at 1^ rooMHi- 
tic cotai^, dKTws the tmacm why 
in 'Tor Love Or Mcmey". A^ a 
fofl ter bott fim^0m ami Ycwng, 
Aft uses eveiy triw of h^ mirOi- 
provoUng ^Uli^ to tite roaring 
at^yment of yestes^y's audi- 
ence. 

Yoim^ te 1^ poitrsQra! of a 
fM^xiy bal^ food Icbig who de- 



hto oyj!^ nooeasea; farmed Que 
liodc HudaonCk^ IH^ comedy, 
'T^jw MlK". to "fVar ILove Or 
lloB^' ^^ma^m their fosmo' 



lionttn, «»oog votes mat ctf Us «wrgks to the 



The #b, ^tascp aeenarto, wrtt- 
l«) to ganMT every ftvaSaide 
kNi|^ iQr tarty Maxkea and Mi- 






6:00 ( 8>— «•*■ at 

(10)— ^Nopte* Piesr** t%A A)har 
8:06 ( S>— 4Qr. WM(«b<aM Soport* 
8:10 ( 8) — IMStm $k« hm 
•dM (tO>-<^«Wdk Omw McOnkv 
SHI9 (iO»— ««»• M Bix 

8:10 ( 3)— ^wla SMartny 
8:16 ( 9)— art a«p«iw 

(13) — ^Son OoiftMBa 
8:N ( 3)— WekOMmM 
8:80 ( 9>— <nM Mw 

(10)— HflnMr-Maktagr Bcport 

(19)— Sm ttnl 
8:46 (iey^~ami«l^«itekl«r Bep«i 
T:80 ( S>~4Iofl« 8— »»«rtr aMoMs 
OfMr SriW* nMoow %Mr, 
_^ V<MI Wbp ww 

(IS^^^^u? 
Tt88 <l W '.-' Uw na» 

(im nwiiiii 

8:M ( 8)— girtmt 8«nite 

8:80 ( 8»-^ttg^^ 

(13>— UntoaduUM 
10:00 ( 3)— SoltrwMd: A* .«mM 8«wk 
10:80 (10)»'4«M« rnm . . . 

(18)' > OCBC| ^ AMHteft 
11:00 ( 8)— lift 8ov yind 
aw ■ ■ tow 0ft»M^ 



(18>— Mnptar Vutta 
tl:10 ( 8) — ^UUi Hoor 



ft«w 



(18>— Bill Bm* 
11:16 ( 8>— Stov* AUm 

(1«>— WM^lf 
U:80 ( 8)— ])r. Wbttahimt 

(10)— Sporto 
11:86 ( 3>— XoTi* TtaM 
tliOT (I8t— »niMlM 18 
I1I88 a«-<4VMMM 



WIDNESDAY IVCNIN9 

4:00 ( 8)— 8«a«t Storm 

(10>— 9he Hatch Quam 

(18)— 9rmUaaM«' 
4:88 (10)— 'NBC Hmti 
4:30 ( 3)— Bmcm 8 

(10)-4Mk« Boom (or J^Mg 

(18>— mM«v»T 
4:66 (13)— VMhv MonM dub 
8K>0 ( 3)— K«»i «t Tin 

(10)— 4>oopdMk Htvt* CMb AWv 
8:06 ( 8)— Dr. inil(«iiWit Baperto 
SdO ( 8)— OtMMT Birta. 
6:M (10)— Onldi Bmw XcOnw 
8:00 (10)— Maim at Mz 
0:06 (13)— Karrr Dontrtta 
8:10 ( 3)— «mte Bmmdv 
8:16 ( 3)— ^rr B^Mfflar 

(18) — Baa Cnrliiaaa 
8:86 ( 3)— WwthtmiMi 
8:80 ( 9)— CM Kern 

(10)— Smtkqr-BrWikr B««>OTt 

(13) — 8«a Hani 
7:00 ( 8)— Bteta^ 

(IS)— OramM 
7:M ( 8)— CBS a«e<Mla 

(10)— Aa rirvMn 

(tSV— Waaoa Tnla 
8:80 ( 8>— IMMa Oim* 

(18)— «% entail 
8:00 ( S>— Banrly nnWDtM 

(10)-^b'M Mfmnn tbrnJam 
8:80 ( 3)-4}b* Taa <0^ Mmw 

(1*>— rtw Mm BluiM 
10:00 ( 10— Omda tkaato« 

(10) — lfef«afl) flem 

(13)— Nak^ ritjrr 
11:00 ( 8)->-lltt How nnd 

i% m~ . flwf n><iio^ 

(18)-«toplqr 111 
11:10 ( 8)-*tlfh Brar 

(It)— VQ BrM» 
11:16 ( 8)— ttan 

(in— «««i 
11 :M ( i>— Or. Wkltdmat 

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_ iJW-gfcialfi 18 
IIM^ — " 







haiqjiness of imimdt, is ^ven 
many of^rtunities to devetop hi^ 
ape(jd(y to tiie happineas <rf the 
m&mct. He so(nt» even oKire of 
a com^y triumph in ths pic^ire 
than be did in his voy si^ces^d 
"liutf ToikSi of Mink." 

Tl» supeib qualXy of Oonion's 
Aa«ctioa is Ai^iat^ hi ttie hi- 
ereeaing iMunor as the ^n pro- 
gr^ses. The com^ situsdom 
are handle so expertly, that each 
new <»ie is funnla* tiuin ttie one 
thai^ precede it. 

TERRI SHAW AT 
CAPE COLONY CLDB 

V1RGB«A BEACH— The Cifw 
C<doiqr Chib will psesmt Tern 
^bam and her Trio Friday and 
Salm^y ni^. 

Z^cing vriU be frcMn 9 pjn. to 
mi<bu^ Friday aM from 10 
pjn. to 1 ajn. SMuniay. 

'nie did) now fertures sew din- 
ner menus in tfie dining room and 
late^KNir om-stoffed eandwiches 
in t&e Imt. 

Otamer Is seized ficom 6:80 to 
9:30 ]ijn. 

Anpiiib Group 
fiets New CO 

4 

UTILE C^EiK— Gqitun Wil- 
Uam G. Boyer rOevftd Csqitain 
Monroe fi^y. Jr., as Conynan^r 
AnqibftMOS Sqinton Sbc, Satsxt- 
diQT at tiM! Norf* I^val Sh^ 
yard. 

Qvt K^ ha eooH^md^ 
tiie AManllc ^eet AiBphMotts 
Force mdt ataoe %m^ 7, 1962. 
and wll rqioit to the stsff of 
Ontunmtar AnvbMou IVjroe, 
US. Aflantk: f^^ to r^rve 
C^yt 9(^ ii4m) is 80v!ng <m ti» 
staff of the .Mlaatte fleet Am- 
jMskxa Tmct m Ms^tai^ dmi 
of at^ i^Ms). 

<kipt ft^er iuMt tiw Legwn 
ai Mer^ BMoae Star Medal, 
Amm^ iM&m Sorke MeM, 
A^i^^^M^ Qa^»ign Aiedal. 
Kefeu Ser^ MeM wMh one 
at^, UUiad Nattov Service 
IteM, ChiM Servk;e Me<M, Navy 
(kxiqiattai SavMe lledWi and 
Oe Kwem Resdratial Untt SI- 



ibnc^^ fa w i lifai ^dt T# ^4ifp 




Hor« Mj^-qpM AaoHean tourfsts *ra fljrlBg W Nloc wlitob, atlof 
Paris, bH Mitet tlie- serrad most populBr trattf (MsUtttloa te 
Fraaco. A aaa i%8ort long tre«iii«i(«d bf Kf^tj and moTl* aten. 
to^ the Cote d'Aiiir is r«^Ulj aee(MMilU* to fuiUtoi tHna M 
ov«r tlM UiUted SUtoa. 

Tha RlTlwa'a ▼arlaty of holi- 
day pl«Mara) appwl to Aiaerl* 
caa.teBilliea, Hie boat Qt maor 
ir«y8 aacMBts tteM wiio aaak 
aeoHK and Mstivie vowltit.. 
■ports in tte fetn, elogaM^MIVt- 
41fe, mnsuems, aa well m pottair, 
parfnme and craft eeotora. 

fVaaek tetflaa^ frm Fai# 
and alaawhwa hi Wnm^ npau 
iraar aftw yaar to tiie Rirfaa, 
Ijykhig tbelr ebildm along. %d» 
gM-consciona, Uka BKMt traT^ 
a». they often atay at smaner 
koteU or "panalras" where ratoa 
are reasonable, ibmIb are aerred 
with less fonnaUty, and chlldrot 
are more than welcome. A prao* 
tleal tip fpr n.8. trartflitf faad* 
Um: AMk for a chUd'a btd fa 



yonr double room. It's an accept- 
ed custom, aad costa but a few 
additional irancs. i 

A ttaiesaver t» i^m» tmyd- 
Ing iMOt cMMm 18> the jflreet 
Afr Kranea aunrto^ Mow York* 
m^ls-Nlee, without dHtni^ tA 
plane. Ffytng Ubm lA^rd tha 
Itaaah a^Uatfa^Ii^Naittmtal 
U^ la d|^ hmiB and fir* 
Btfrnitea. ' (' 

CSMBprdiCBaiTB tafoma^w 
aheiit tha Wtm^ Btvtam, ki 
gathered in a 44^ai^ UnrtrftlaA' 
booklet ntttleA "Toa m tha 
RMaa," aad l8 avidliMa wltb> 
out f haiia at all Air Fnmee offlc>: 
aa threoi^rat tha Vnltsd Stateai 



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SEPTMMBt 19.21 

55 DAYS AT 
PEKING 

CJiarlton Heston 

Ava Gardn&r 

David Niven 

FeabB^: 2» 4:30, 7, 9:M 

SUN., MONDAY &TUES. 
SEPTEMBBI 22 - 24 

THE Y^LOW 
CANARY 

Pat Boone 

Bartwa Eden 

Pofthiras: 2, 4, 6, $, 10 

WED., IHU^ niL, SAT. 
SB>TEMBER25'2S 

FOB LOVE M 
iMONEY 

Kirk DcMigias 

MItzl GayrKw 
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nUDAY A SATURDAY 

S9T«INHIR 20 . 21 

Deublft Faatura 

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(UNDAV, MONPAY 
TUESDAY, WBNBDAY 

SB>TEMBER22-2S 

55 DAYS AT 
PEKING 

Charlton Heston 
Ava Garxiner 
Davltd Niven 

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in hot flafhM and tht luafU tx« 

, an 4p«y <tf ^MurT Ibo troobt«d 

to h* « fOMl wife and aift&art 

. goa*t J ttit a^f cr from tla 

dan wayaa of vaaiMti, t^ 

, nerrwu tanakii iu»iit too fi«> 



Find comforting relief the 
wajr eountlaaa women have, 
nflii MHttt IMUt m PInkhAtti 
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ConwwnwviHlh ot Virginia/ In ma 
tai^ mm of fha <Urm« 
Caurt of tha City of Vii^ia 
■aaeli, ion #m MNk day of Atpg* 
u^, 1M3. 

ZAJfl>RA I. REON GRANTHAM, 




Def^KiaM. 
Oi^R OF iHIM.I£ATK>N 

Thi <h^ of tirii suit te lo oiK 
tato » diverse ft^pm bad t»i 
brnml later to bo me^efl kilo a 
^creo ol.'divw^ • viii#^ nm- 
^imoaii Cdooi tbe aaM ^G^dai^ 
upon tiie ipfoun^ of copi^etive 
d^^tioii ffiKi actual ^^i^^^. 

Aid «t Itj^^nM; li^ fNira 
isade and filed that ^ di^m^ort 
li' a non resideni of ^ "Ai^ of 
Vlf^l^ tee iHt toonre 3^ <^ 
fi^ i4diz«n b^: 'BUWl^l|i} 
1^0) 100 eiiflics Ayontie, nito- 
fi^d, ^tefnafhuwttf. 

Ri8<V<^pred Alt be do ^f'gm 
^% w#te ten iW) days a^ 
4ae p^j^^iion faeroof, and do 
i^aAnu^fae meeinury to pvoteot 

A eopy-MTi^: 

BY: ilaiy it Vhtte, ae. 
tenth & Power 






e^SMTH 



€M)^^R\|Mltii of ViriHnia, in tNa 
Ciarti^ Offlea S Mia Cimit 
tmm ^ ^'Cify ef Vir#ria 

fw^wtNlrndfyof Au^ 
A^NE l^RIE Rpv, PlaintiM, 

LA'Wn^KS R. RIJ^, 

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THE SUN-NEW 

POES eOMMIROML PRINTING 



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brochures * ^^ss E^hQs 



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ORDfiK Of PUBLiCATION 

Tbel^l^'of tUy^^^^ 

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Aid defendant, upcni ibe grounds 
Of d^M^f^ 

And ^ #f4df vtt b«^ 
nade and fifed ta«Cf» 
is • Tmo'm iiim X «f Ite 
Virginia, the kit known 
bei 
2nd 
fan 
flflrdered 

^jth'Jrt fan '"rlj 

pti r0oj 

may i ^ary Xq urotcifA 

in^ni&^ J aajt. 

A W W Tff ; 
JQ»4 V. FENTRESS. Cleric 
It: 1»<«ry mT White, D.r. 
Brydges A ^royiti, 94}. 

1389 UfkUi Road 

^ d^e^Off iea of lb* «b^» 
Gmrt irf fM CHy of VHi^i^ 
iMlft , «n Mw Ml day of S^ 
tambar, 19||. 

VMff Alten Home, llaioMf 

against 
MOldred Ame Uatim, l^trndrnk 

OROiR OF PUM.ICATK»I 

*!!» ol^ of Ma sott is 

monii ^it»n tte aid .defendax^ 
i^n tbe grraods of <teaefttoi. 

And an ^fidavit Invii^ beeft 
ma^ and filed thi^ ^ defnHkint 
^ a ncAHT^i^i^ of ite Stite of 
Vii^nia, ^ test known «i^^«ss 
being: l^fMUa, N.^. 

]^ is ontered lint ^ d9 ap- 
pe^ here within t«i (10) A^ 
aA«r due {Nidic^n hereof, t^ 
do wl»t mqr be nac^^ry to fuo- 
b»^ tor w/l0^ in Ibu suit. 

A C^ T arta; 

jCnw V. FiifrRESi, ci^ 

By: MwyM. White, D.a 
firyt^ & fooyles, p.q. 

1390 t^dn Soad 

1«r0i*i Bwdi, Va. ft-lMTO 



WMIHIIUIIWWIIIII Of Tirypnllj In 

Iba datV* ^c* o^^Mm CNuM 
Court of Mia City of Vli#ifa 

Daacli, on fna Slli day of P^^ 
iMwarf i|M#> 

n:an^8 f . Woodhouse, Plaintiff 

agataist 
En^t Woodhou^, D^adaat 

^grtlpER op FUM.ICA^iGll| 

fhe.<^j^t o| ttiis aitt is to ob- 
a divorce a ii^i£n et thoiro 
to be toter im^S^ vckb a jdiv^^ 
a \^n^ih) IbMmmi fix^ ^ 
said defendo^ iqMa 11$ ^nopi^ 
(rf deierti(m. 

And an affktevit lavinfi been 
m^ie and fiMtIM |be defend^ 
te a iM>n4eiMent of V^ sbtte of 
Virginia, ^ laat known oo^ of- 
fice address being: 464S %ipp(»t 
SxfMi&rm Goi 40S, UAiaf SliOM 
Afr Forae Base, I^a^uib. 

K Is ««dered that be do mp^^ 
h^« withi^ ^ <10) d)v> 1^ 
dtM pi4A^Mm bere(^ tndt 4o 
what iMy be n^^s^ to protect 
Ids ix^Q^st hi ttiis wM. 

A 

JONN V 

By: Maiy If. Vlie, tiC 

1^9 L^iEin iRoMl 

Virgna 6ea<^, Va. 9-124111 




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mmMmm^n 



le Skadar tieticai 



WM IBIEM)S-Tpl€aae leturn: 
Hm tedders, s^i^ cutters, 
poatbcte <|^iwi, ^ saw^, 
and otter to^ «ie were Ida} 
en<Mi^ to M yw bmow. We 
^ woiihl like to use tlu^ 
tton on q^ ^^ O^ijtet ^Ai- 
flbruction Coiprastaon, lowi^n 
Bridge. 



i^ft« im&^fmmmio 

(yNJ^d ^i^^iHth proi»si<»Uil 
taudGgromd'win Vts^ j^ni to 
pU^ tiie trMttteoal S^^rtoi 
bfiijo. Mj^^n, prill ^ 



A Ty . AMnfTT! ■ P AfTOyT' DfilVK- 

AWAYS. Wm,^Vtw^^ 
ikns ywx or to o( Mp M 
^a^ d#trs. OT.^ 



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Hoidair, 4- 

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biMv. fiir#r# coi^tkui. 







e«.l»7 twodoor bard- 
iealK-, pt9m slee^ 
t *MdM '^^^nd power 
b ft^Umt oqikU* 
im. Hug be seu lo be ifipre- 
daMI. ffWed ffff Qi^ck tale at 



19^ K^^emM. Station Wai^o, 
W tHNmatlc teaiMmisaon. Chi- 
ty 31,Mo ffida. CMi^iud own- 

ff. I3ii. GAa^im 



H^^l^w^ Son^oaa 



iitfiitif 



VACUUM O^ANSRS— Hoover, 
SdM iM service. Pronwt «f' 

- flttaM i^ahrt. Pick tW' ai^ 
itoUvery. Phono OA^^p. 
Aiel W^ k Buildfaig |itt>- 



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TG:P WIL — fof Mile. Uetted 
re«f ol Vttm QtiMPA 3t^ 

W. T. ibitt^ias. CaH 4^ 



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100 ^foma Wf^ Board 



tb rent to refii»d lady a nice 
pleaduA itHHn with use oi Utcb^ 
en. e«ai 42a^5«5|. 



REALESTAT6 



Hi J^rfitiOf|ta puroiahod 

^m ffmiST, 114 — Wimer 
nim <ur year rMind. 3 bed- 
TOttns, well l^i4ed, artttvotiie, 
fii^ floor, fenoed-te yard- GA 
8-2712 or GA 8-1853. 



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IQ1 Ro«ina WiHioMt Board 



US^X HOUSE MOTH. — leth 
and Ooeas^iril. Hooms with 
and wltiboirt batii, flO ind 
912.50 wedcty. C(»tf9itaidy 
fiimisaied. GA8-9M7. 



Niee sieep;^ nxun ror rei^ to 
^efly w^rim^ lady. Fot fur- 
ther infcHnuAion c^ GA 8-71D4 
a^r 6pjn. ; 



119 ApartfiMfHs UnfurnMwd 



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AI^R«E 





22nd St., 416-JU^>«' rear apart- 
I wmL Bedrooffi, !>»&, living 
rcKon-diniog rwnn combhwtion, 
Utcton, ele<iric stove, refrig- 
©rttor, hot water bsaH/sr. Wirter 
furnished. CaU GA 8-1724. 






40TMp Wantod~F«fialo 



^m/^ITi OPEaiAT(^ — ix- 
perieno^ Wftfked at least 2 
^an. Sio^rat wvktag 01^- 
dttraa $nd pi^. Wi^ Box HI 
cm of Vir^nia ieach Sin- 
Itews. 



I^Ml or pifft ttne. I^o 1ih«^- 
m^, no d^v^y, loid im> ^ 
^MMm. Ctf 54S4i7(A. 



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Wtn<ftf»Wtorl^qiel e 

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perteBted prefOT»d. €to GA 
84424. 



SSW&AP WAffim) qa^Di 

VMVork *t h< 



iMime dohig 
^n^ aewhif . We s^pdy loa- 
t«iate md pay ehQipii^ both 
ways, pood rate of pay. rtece 
wri-k. A^y, P€5>t. 14, 'Box 
^10, Ad^<k P6A O^ce, To- 
ronto, O^jtfio, Ca»«da. 



Ill Aparftwotita F«frtii«hod 



fOlJLY RANCai, 1400-17th WL, 
clean, modem ro<»n8, effiei- 
WBCiea. 1 tnd 2-bedroom apartp 
n^its. RoasoMbbi weeUy. 
Bionthfy, or Minlud ratM. 




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REAL OTATi FQg SAI# 

124 Heufot for Safe 



SHADOW LAWN HiaGtfm— A ' 
charming 84}«}room h o me . . 
One wooded «te at n4 Can^Htf 
Ave, Moi^y jskymesto iUv 
179 ails' aasunnplion of ai^l 




Drive. V4. IflA 



GATI^mp nm -^ llew #•! 
filM^Mb^M^llg bulk for 

Streets. 






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IM with J^ir nei|^i|)er fm* p^ 
loM^ iw»%. We iwed ^m^t\ 

J. ,RJ 9^ft« 



9m}£E MQHaL. APARBSa^TS 
1, 2 bedroom efficiencies com- 
]^^ furnished. Weekly, 
niQP^fa^. "We can fumtefa ev> 
ei^ung but food." |eO monOi- 
ty nunimum. GA 88050, GA 
8-9701. 



UMQGrE 3 rooms and bath, ta^ 
lights, and hot water itn^ud^- 
Couple. ♦67.5Q. Call GA 8-8647 
after 7 p.in. <jr aft day &UKiay 
and Monday. 



NORTH VIRG»flA BEACH — 
Qi^ bednitip apsop^o^ AvbH- 
aUe 'Ssj^l 15. I^efes- sipgle oc- 
oipaj^. OA 8-1^90 mem&- 



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41 Position Wanted — Pomalo 

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BABY Sfrmi--ir^ Ksy sTin 
my hwBe. mmm Arot PN*. 
mm» 3414843: 



BApYSETTING— fti Bw toonK. 
Day ni^ 341-teOl. ^ 



WOMAf^^-Jw^jrta bms^ork <» 
l^Ksdnis, ThuMpaj^ and Sit- 
urdayi. Referent. 428-1577. 



A?gR(^ ANDI$E 

i 4-JL L m- - I - 

90 Articlis For 



Ei^For^i. 



^iq^^y installed, heavy 
fO^ T p^^ l^tb f our lln^ 
{I99 fMt), «^ in Qincrefe. 
PhMe GA8-^2. rm, Fe«d 
i »n W 8uBp^. Inc. 



yi^„|ioidG^ 



i in good 

umiis, vnidiing ma^unes, d|y- 
e|%. Yenns to pit. If^ Bazaar 
at Oceina. Open 9 tb 9. (|A 
8-70n. 




I^uiii^re of all UaAi apboiiAend 
a^ tefii^ilied. |^ e^m^ 
fMkma^te ^i^. AutooMMe 
leat cofera, t<^* aaB h^dJIh 
&n all ^8^ i^de and fl^ii 
tttt^ Uphobitts^ ^.. Itp 
^Ui^ Beach lird. Ru^ 
^m. We |H^ ami sell nfw 
^ usdd ftinutore. 



30TH STUiSrr, 307— Weel^ or 
mon^y, fii% furqiibed mod- 
em 4 room aparim^. FIh»» 
GA8-^8S. 



furahlrad pBd unfUrnidied one 
to 4 bedroom homes and ainrk 
ments. Strast term or yearly. 
Anchor Rbal^. CaU ^A 8-7421 
any^op. 



Wm ST., 21&— 1 and 2 bedroom 
toiridied aparteents. Yeariy 
and seasonal ren^ 



ITEIQ^, 317—2 aod 4 

rooms with ibath and shower. 
Heat, hot and cod water fiiin- 
ished. CaU GA 8-1800. 

1306 BALTIC Xvte.^1 bedroom 

with all iltniti^ Amiisbed in^ 

. eluding \xs& of at^matic wa^ 

CT. Yearly "renG3r*"i90 per 

moi^. GA 84623. 




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))#drodS 
two# 




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RIAL CTATE FOR lALI 





ing. Free 
the leiwft. 




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m HoMttt P«r Stl« 



BAY C0L0Ny-^4/»ve|sP-^^^edr 
room, 2 bath h<»ne ^ %00' x 
1^' <»n»r lei. Bncjc vene^, 
oil beat, am bedroozfl air-con- 
ditioned. Immedtete poss^sioiL 
Rinaocing avaitebte. Owner. 
Call GA 8-2401 days and G4 
8^301 mm 5:30 pjn. 



MERCHAh4PISE 









Km SAIE iBfy tJWNEJR— Invert- 
oieiA property. L^ge 2 story 
h<nne on BKd^ Ai^. Ideal f<»- 
any type buslBeas oi- r^toice. 
Very good ^idltion. Owno* 
will h^ finance cr will con- 
sider ra^tpl. phone 4^4488. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AugrK>NS 




Located in the h^^ Af j^ beach. 
Reasonable, -m^j. GA 8«713. 



Ocean Court M^l Apartm^tp. 
206-19th Sfirett EffideO^y 
apartments. M u^lities fuic 
nished. Also, 4-rpom apart- 
ment and pimislied room*. 
Block from Bus l^ation. By 
week or moqtth. 



2 nicely furnished ^tartmeiASi 
965 a month. Excellent central 
location.. 2 aQd 3 bedrocnns. 
Living room, Venetian blinds, 
electric kitchen. MA 5-3726. 



tl2 Bneleinn for every 
the XdM 14.95 caNi 
^ cany <no des^^. WalMi 
l^inutafe. 17tta k Battle. 




HEAIte '— Used, #aotric, hs$r 
wato-. 30 galMas, 2 y^ms olii, 
149. ni^ 42l3lld. 




^om, sin- 

'<^iet^ louselM^d 
i|ea«nMto. Pnom 42^ 



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313 -35th Street 
Virginia B^ch 

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l|f|jl|OWN«S 

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Gfae'Afoii(^ Paynent 



$2000 
3000 



Vpt, MO. 
I22il2 
33.32 



IS Tsa. 

FBI MO. 

$16.88 
25.32 



T^ Fln^ ^ Secrad 

Mor^jlge lervlecs 
MAi-m6-^24 bom 



2ND MORTGAGES 

AJ<Y A|>ipUNT-F>^ST SERVICE 

#^^R^TY 
CA 1-7^21 ANYTIME 



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t^^iterfnmt Community 

LOTS FOR SAI J: 

|^¥ ISLAND 

&^ ESTATE CO. 
m44Uf" - NigMs 1^8.9192 



Ask Ywir Eya niyridan AbOjIiig 

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VIrglfilt Beacfi't only 

1369 Laskin Road, Va. Boodi , 
GAM0Bt4i|i 

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M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-QUTTERING^* 

Hm* Roofed And Guttertd Virpm^^ ^ 
Btad> for The Pta IQ Ymn 

NEW on REPAIR 

GA d-33@9 



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Repairs 

Commerciel 

Household 
ReM^rntioii 



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Mechanical Wizard Reigns tn Beacli Worlcsfiop 



BY mm BALDWfrJ 

VIRGINIA BEACH— There's 
a mfsterious little cottage on 
70th St. with a strange sign hang- 
ing M its dow. "Durchgang 
streng verbrten!" it proclaims in 
Carman. Roughly translated that 
means, "keep out," and it's 
signed simply, "the doctor." 

To ignore this warning and 
Miter t& building would soon 



cause an Intruder to wonder Just 
who or what this "doctor" is. 
In a room crowded with an in* 
credible variety at mechanical 
and electrical apparatus, a 
stranger would eventually begin 
to notice objects with which he 
was uneasily familiar. 

A strange looking contraption 
in the cwner looks suspiciously 
like the gizmo used by I>r. Fran- 
kenstein to make the long sparks 




William Price shows grands(», Tim, a self-made surveyor's 
transit. (Baldwin jAoto) 



whidh ^ effTOti>^ly jMiepa^ nw- 
vie audiences for tl» ^kmIMi 
scenes to follow. 

Flashing red and great lights 
signal more scientifk: hocus-po^ 
cus in a transparent ^bbe sus- 
pended from the ceiling and em- 
mitting a "beep-beep" signal as 
it rotates. It's a model satellite 
but this time there's a oDmic 
touch, for a small dog inside 
asks the outside world, via a 
comic-strip balloon, "When do 
we eat?" 

The image of a mad K;ientist 
is replaced by that of an elfin 
craftsman when the visitor no- 
tices a Christmas landscape re- 
volving slowly around a minia- 
*uTe snow-covered church. As 
the whole scene turns, tinv forest 
animals gaze intentlv at rtte l»oht- 
pH windows and the church bell 
tinkles. 

Actually, William Price is 
neither a mad scientist nor an 
elf. He's not even a doctor. He's 
a retired teacher and mechanic 
and his elaborate workshop rep- 
resents a Ufe-lonq fascination 
with anything mechanical. 

"When I was two years old 
they took a picture (rf me sitting 
in a high chair banging a broom- 
stick UD and down in a bucket. 
I called it " 'Iwshinery.' " 

Not many years later he could 
not only pronounce it but was 
able to operate and design ma- 
chines and engines of many 
t\T3es. A course in "Steam and 
Machine Design" at Pratt Insti- 
tute in 1906, led to a job in the 
inspection dept at the Loromo- 
bile Company <rf America in 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Later he spent three years as 
superintendant of the Benzueit 
Automobile Line in the PhMip- 
ines which hauled passengers and 
freight from the coastal town of 
Daeupan to Baguio. 

When the first World War 
broke out he enlisted and beoeme 
commanding officer of a supply 
train of the 79th Division. Dur- 
ing the war he found, in an aban- 
doned German trench, the sign 
which hangs at his workshop 
door today. 

Eventually he settled in Scar- 
borough-CHi-Hudson, N. Y. and 
for 35 years thereafter tau^t 



Tour Social 
Security 

Many pe(^e age 65 ot over 
wl» are still vwilcing don't real- 
m ftat ufl^r the law th^ ate 
'^rtially retired" and can le- 
^ve some social Kcurity pay- 
ments. It is possible to receive 
«:ial s«;urity retirement bene- 
Bn even if earnings go over 
11200 a year, according to Har- 
^y J. Ridinger, Social Security 
Fteld Representative for Virginia 
Beach. 

Mr. Ridinger gave an example 
of 65-year-old man and his wife 
digible for a $180 monthly so- 
cwtl security payment. If the man 
,<s*ns $2,5(X) in a year, he and 
liis wifie could receive $1,110 in 
st^ial security ^ymcBts. 

Mwe than a million people 
over 65 have not yet applied for 
iKsaal swnirity benefits. Many 
could receive benefits even 
^dwmgjb they are working. Some 
of Aese million pK>ple are prob- 
ably living right in y«ir area. 

Mr. Ridinger suggested that 
employed person 65 or over visit, 
phone, or write tlw Norfolk social 
security ofifice at 220 W. E^ram- 
flsfleton Ave. to find out whether 
or not they can receive some so- 
cial security payments. 



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PHONE M1-3*M . 

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PURITAN RESTAURANT 

"The Finest In Foods" 

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 

Try our sp«yal — Oikken and Dumplings — 90c 

Charcoal steaks and ch(^, seafood, sjM^etti and pizzas. 

Reastmable prices — too! 




428-9549 



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HOME COOKED MEALS 



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My husband has b6dn acting peculiar, 

at home. Lately, he's been doing the 

Charleston in an old raccoon coat. 

Should I worry?" I „„-,„„™ 

RESIGNED 

Dear Resigned: — Maybe he's Just 
trying to keep warm. We suggest you 
call Sinclair for automatic keep-fill 
delivery of new Sinclair Heating Oil 
— the clear, clean oil with the clean, 
hot flame. Saves money — safer, 
too. Our burner service sen are promot 
and efficient. Phone... 

GA 8-3600 



Sm/ar W 



hi|^ sdiool courts im scwikc, 
motor mechanks, medianical 
drawii^ and printing 

"In teaching pnntiBg,*' h» 
says," I leamKi a bit imout it 
myself. I recall that wten I was 
small, my uncle had a little hand 
press. He printed a book (A si&d- 
nets by my grandmother." 

Price's interest in printiiq; is 
still evictent and about a fourth 
of ihe space in Jiis shop is (te^ 
voted to his (wess and other 
printing equipment. 

In 1958, Price ^ and his wife, 
Ida, moved to Virsink Beach. 
Bluest problem of the move was 
transpoiting what now amounted 
to more than 13 tons of drill 
presses, lathes, helnd tools, pd- 
gets, books and a printing press 
from Scarborough to Virginifl 
Beach. 

"We wound up sendii^ it by 
moving van," Price Mid. "It was 
expensive but I'm ^ad I brou^t 
it. There's so much here that 
couldn't be replaced." 



His franckhildr^ «tio 1^ iwver can Ml 
just a few ctoors away we pretty a roller skate 
glad he brougjit it, too. You expert repair. 



when a bicyde m 
will Med i little 



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kmmj AND CONCRETE COmTM^nON 

* Wf SPKIAUZl IN SMAU JO^ 

E. ASHIEY HAYCOX, President' 
ybrb A. Holt, Jr., Vice-Pres. Floyd M. Rowe, S«i-TreaSi 




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l«t Good H«M*l(Mpiag liiow yov d mii'wvf 
to Mnw mora delkioin, family-pl«aikia MMh. 
lo^n with ovr own t«nd«r maohi Mfew tiw 
MHy dlroctlont on^trm Good HommAo^ 
k^ ndpt in owr niMit pockagt* and oKm^ 
ww w b o f to chooM rwipo M|f«i(i^)iev* 
•omtd tho fomotit Good Hot^^oMph^ Con. 
mimM^ Guaranlyl 



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vol. XXXVIII No. 74 



TUEmONE 8A 8-240) 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1963 

I II f I « 1 ' 1. -1 i.i. i .III i i» Vi II 



8 Pages 



SrNGLE COPY: 5c. BY AAAIL $6.00 PER YE>Ml 



BIDS 
RUN 



ON HOSPITAL 
NEAR BUDGET 



VmoiNU BEACH — Bids by 
fii« ca^ntkxn to ccmitniot tin 
mtwm Virginia AB^di Gener- 
al Itoiaw isdiotte llwt hovMtf 
fimm» iHH have to trim aams 
temi from tfieir cou^uotton 

AHhoui^ ^ lowest bi^ bids 
vera Mar the 12.110,000 seneral 
omMfueUini tnidget, die bidding 
dM mrt include sterUlzii^ equlp- 
meirt tod suifical UgMIng, ex- 
pMtod to cost between 9^,000 
«id 190,000. 

LoweM <^ the b«^ Uds nrt)- 
ittMed Thursday wai tiiM of J. A. 
Jomi Coiutni^on Co. of C^iar- 
MIe, N.C. in ^ «fflount of 
^138300. Seeimd kmert bM was 
l9.lM.oe6 offered ksf Doyle & 
Russ^ of Norf{^.i 

tiven^-three aUeri^e itoms 
were included in the bickUng. 
Hoipttal offidals eoM cui the 
ete^uA cent contfdenidy by 
flireftd draoitog among die al- 
torairte ttems. 

Carl A. Wund^, diabtMm of 
(k« h(M|»Mil's buildta^ coAunittee, 
1^ tii^ all of ti)^ bids would be 
atwAed closdy befinre tiie «>n- 
tmet is awaitted. 

By aeceptii^ bids on lihe list 



of 23 dtenute items, the build- 
iv% ocnuni^e is eble to compare 
pric^ and get tl^ waA Ua i^& 
building doUar. Wunder »kL 

A ccnttra<^ muit be signed l^ 
October 1 to take advaitoge <^ 
fed^al HiU-Buit<m Act fundi. 

OtMf j»9e bids revived on the 
^t^lect Thuraday were: 

J. L. Coe CouWlKition Ck). of 
Charlotte, $2,195,'^; John P. 
Pettyjrtm & Co. of Lynchtoui^, 
92.284.806 and Basic Cimstruc- 
tion Co. of Newport, News 
92,295.000. 

•Rie wccessful builder will 
Inive 2IQ montiis to complete con- 
stniction. 



Hazard On 
Blvd. 




|Alittt ^tn^mpmki Viiffaoki 
ift^ Boel«f^M frc^ As penilM 
Aed^ koes have provm to be 
"I hasiwd raOier than a help" in 
seeie MiCitioiB, acnmling to Pub- 
Ite Works mmcSm Richard J. 
W«6bon. I 

Wb«« po«att}ie. the etudes at« 
b^m ftnao!^ b^v^Mi the Nor- 
foik e^ IhniU.uid the boule- 
iwrd's bitersfectKm with LasUn j classes. 
Boad. 

Wdolbon «M Thursday (lat in 
•Mne loeations, the o^les teep 
csi^ fttmi jNiUing off the main 
U^nMQf imen tto« are emeig- 
enckM, Aich as stalls or flit tn^. 
lie abo said 'ittie cables, when 
itrvusk sometimes flip cars back 
onto the U^way. 

Salc^ bure«i chief Beeves 
Mmm woiiE«l out arrange- 
mente to remove some cables in 
omferenc^ with Weld)on and 
other piMt>Uc offkii^. '^ 

He said all cables win remain 
hi place at tlw iLiakln IR<^ inter- 
ae^ton and on Laskin Road ttself. 

Benoval of the cables m^ks 
the leooBd major move in re<%nt 
w^cdta to oM the amdent rato on 
t!» boulevard. Public Works 
a«ws have dosed three openings 
In the median strip in the area 
Just i»est of Chinese Comer. Oth- 
er dosbip will probably be made 
In the ne^ future. 



Red Cross To 
Sponsor Life 
Saving Course 

Vmomi ABEACH — T^e Vir- 
ginia Beach Qiapter of the Axm^ 
lean Red Onss will sponsco- a 
Senior life Saving Course at tihe 
Cavalier Hotel pw)i starting Oc- 
tober 1. 

R^istration for the courae may 
be made at ithe Red Cn^ offi<^ 
on 19tta Street before the opm- 
ing date. Clasaec wfll be fr^ but 
ihen will be a anaU charge for 
use of the pod. 

To be elit^iSe a person must 
be 16 yeara of a^ or over or % 
Indent in or above ttie lUh 
ONttt be • 
1^ aRd Ism a 
permit. 

Obifeetive of the ccHovt is to 
provide the individual w^ 
knowledge and skill to save U» 
own life or that of amytber in 
CMe of sn emergency. 

IMs ccurse wiU be foUow^ 
by a Wa;^ Saf^ Instructor 
courw which will be open to 
graduates of the fir^ series of 




Civic Center 
FigM nets 
Boys Fine 

VB«6MA mMM^t^m t«m- 
age boys w«re each gven 60 days 
in jftU Md 1100 ikm tint fighting 
at Oe AIm B. Sbepiid Civic 
Ceirter itarii^ a C^bttct Teen 
dan<». 1^ sisil^i^ and fine 
were suqMwM tsa 12 monti^. 

TtM fliff^peiu^ was in^>o^ 
on the Iwo bpy^'ag^ 16 and 17, 
Tliui^MO' «t Aiveoite ami IkMoes- 
tic ^liifai» Cixut by Jiui^e L. 
IVavis Bnmdi in m attempt to 
<Tack (mm on lUMbehavior at 
the toett^ program. 

This wti tlie second case to ap- 
pear before Judge Branch on 
charges ori^nating at tltt Civic 
Center.' The first case, involvit^ 
disord^ly conduct, also received 
a ae^e pendity. 

TliurMiay's case involvnl two 
boys who apparent^ provoked 
each other into a f^ fi^. 

Both boys had rep<Mrte^ been 
in Juvenile Couii betoi% on siau- 
^ duiiies, whkh ai^araitly in- 
fluenced the Ridge's (^a^<m. 

Ju(^ Branch warned tbe boyi 
that if tbi^ ^roew^ in <»uit 
\iriti^ H year lie woidd In^pose 
the 60 d«^ seotNKe «m1 $100 
fine. 

The b<^s w«« ^0 #BtbUM«i 
to ffttend the Criiaret Teen (knc- 
«i, wMdi are held evey Satur- 
day ni^t, i<a the next three 
monttts. 



Ehwnii^ Hcmm Blood Donor 




PAVM ScoHtt 

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Music Event 
Here Growing 



Rev. Lowell To 
Vatican Council 

WASfflJKSTON, D.C. — Rev. 
C. Stanley Lowell, former pa^r 
of the Vlii^nia B^ch Methodist 
Churdi, wil leaw for Rome, Italy 
Sept. 25 to ser\« sa an aoa^ted 
oorr^]xnidfii^ reporting on (he 
V|^m EeunMiioal CMindl. 

Rev. Liowril ki editor of 
''Qamih and Stote." the official 
pubUc^on of Prde^Bts and 
OAe* Anwricam UnMed for Sep- 
wn^kn of Churdi and ^Me. 

Sditoar Lov^ will report for 
^ <^vn Joun^ and atoo for a 
ini0b«' of protestioit publtea- 
ikm. He wiU ako viittt Sp^ and 
(be l^to^Umda. 

POA is a naikiui oii^aiMzMton 
daM^ mace ittaa l?l,O0O sup- 
poi^RS wbose pruMry ol^eet a 
*^ttie audnteiMiioe of s^^pilkni 
of ^ndi uMl 4iirts m punul- 
piM in Ibe OnuUtaOon and in- 
to!i»eled by Ite U. S. S^pame 
Court." 



VIRGINIA BEACH— Cham- 
ber (A Commerce offKials are 
hoping to double in 1964 the 
amount (A money spent here as a 
result of the Annual Music Fes- 
tival. 

Festival Chairman Charles 
Forbes has r^x>rted to the Cham- 
ber that 1,600 bandmembcrs 
spent four nigfits in Virginia 
Beach attending this year's fes- 
tival. 

The estimated minimum ex- 
penditure by this group was $50,- 
000. 

The festival committee hopes 
to include 24 particit^ting bands 
in next year's testival, double the 
number that participated in 1963. 

Informaticm and invitatbns 
are to be s«nt to 2200 high 
schools by the end of this month. 

One delegation at this year's 
festival flew here from Kentucky 
in tw6 chartered planes, bringing 
iKJt only the bandmembcrs but 
their {>arejrts. This delegation 
alone accounted for 200 visitors. 

Observers from as far away 
as Anniston, Ala. were here to 
explore the possibility of sending 
their bands next year. 

The September issue of the 
magazine, "The Instrumentalists" 
brou^t national publicity to the 
'63 festival. 

Art Group To 
Hold First Meet 

VIRGDWA BEA(H — The Var- 
^nia B^ch Art Aasod^on will 
l»ld ^ fim nw^ii^ of the 1063- 
64 dub ynr Wecbi^iday A 8 pm. 
at Gallic Epis(»^ Ctnirdi, WQi 
St. and Atla^ Ave. 

Pta» fer Oie new did) y««- wMI 
be dJacassed awi ttmdbea w31 
bmr a &ial report <m Vbb 1063 
B^edmMc Adt ^iow. 



vmmm ra;ACH-<;ub scoue 

Packs, Bt^r Scobt Troops and Ex- 
plorer Units Hi the PAVAB Dis- 
trict Boy Scouts of America are 
currently launchii^ their Adven- 
ture R(Hud-Up. a progrmn de- 
signed to recniU more boys into 
scouting. 

The osmpidgn ^gan is '^Find 
Adveirtme — Join the Scouts." 

*Thae are iwiufa^ds of bo^ 
in Virgin^ Betdi wl» ase inter- 
ested in Moirting." said Ken Mac- 
Leod Jr. of Aragona Village, dis- 
trict Or^mizai&m ai»l Sxtenaion 
chairmtn of PAVAfi. 

"Receirt surveys have indicated 
that three out of four bo^ want 
to be scouts," he ssM. "We want 
to make the progr»n avuleble to 
all boys in Vhr^i^ Seach be- 
tween the ages <^f 8 aid 16." 

Parents and boys ere invUed to 
attend Ci^ Scout, Boy Scout and 
Explorer meetings to leein more 
about Uie scotAing pro0»m. 

Tha Adventiire Round-Up will 
continue through Dec^nber 31. 
Boys willing more information 
^»ut joining a scmit unit may 
write the Tidewater Council, Boy 
Scouts of America, 109 W. Ci^ 
Hall Avenue, Norfolk 10, Va., or 
caU MA 7-4^9. 



Congressman Thomas N. Downing Ocit) presents Henry. I. 
Jaffe with a pin that honors him as me first known person to 
dimate 10 gallons of blood to the American Red Cross blood 

gra««m. The presentation was maife Friday at 5 p.m. at the Alan 
1. ^pard Civic Center during a regular Bloodmc^ile visit. 

(Boice Studio) 



Ekigle Awards 



Beacii Scouts 
To Get Badges 

, ,. WpCWCIAr |^^CH--Two^^^Bca9h b^wii chalk up 
tw) ' firste" to tl»ir credit Wcdntssday npt when tisey are presented' 
fbeu- long-awaited Ea^e Scmit badg(». 

Louis Hubbard, 16, and John Om, 15, will be the first Eagle 
Scouts for the 4>i-year-old Troop No. 378, sponsored by the 
Virginia BeMh Methodist 



Beecli Leads 
In Building 

VDKJINLA BEACH — More 
than half the residential building 
permits issued in Tidewater so 
far this year were issued for Vir- 
ginia Beich units, according to 
Rear Admiral L. T. Newell, 
USNR (Ret.), executive director 
of the Tidewater As«>ciation of 
Home Builders. 

Newell «ud Thursday that per- 
mits issued in the Norfolk, Ports- 
mouth, Virginia Beach and Ch^a- 
peake area totalled 3,234 of whidi 
1,694 were issued in Virginia 
Beach. ^ 

Broken down by areas, 532 
permits were is»ted in Norfolk, 
184 in Portsmouth and 824 in 
Chesapeake. 

The combined total for the four 
cities represents a dollar value 
of $52,092,529, NeweU said. Dol- 
lar value of the Virginia Beach 
units is 128,423,782 — again nure 
than half the total. 

These figures represent an in- 
crease of 63 units over tbe same 
period last year and an increase 
of $8,268,090 in dollar value com- 
pared to the first eigh moMhs of 
1962. 



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Bea^h Youths 
Take Training 
In U.S. Navy 



raHjM>ELPHIA, PA.— Seven 
gomg two weeks of recruit train- 
ing as Naval iReservists at the U 5. 
Vir^nia Beach youtihs are under- 
Naval Base, Philadelphia, Pa. 

The are: Edward B. Black, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse R. Black of 

5205 Shore Dr.; ^^^ ^-« «ir fait 

Robin L. C«TX«, «on of ife «i* 5**®* ^"•^ JWgJW 



SMALL ASMS FIRING 
SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED 

PORT STORY, Va.-Personnd 
of Ft. Story will be fWi^ on toe 
&nall Arms Range at Fort l^ory 
WeditoKiay, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 
p;ih. 

Iht dai^er areas will be a 
Mdor of radius extending sea- 
wffd a distance of 1600 yards be- 
tw^n radid Un^ bearing 04* 
true and 04* true,, reflectively, 
firtma a iK>int on shcae M Latitude 
36* 55' 00", Lon^tude 75* 59' 
48". Red fl^ wil be dispJayed 
on ^ land point whik firing is 
being cmduded. 



Churdi 

And during the presentation 
ceremcmies at the church tfiey 
wUl be the first scouts to receive 
the Freedom 7 city emblem tie 
clasps, to be aw^urded them by 
Mayor Frank A. Dusch. 

Louis is die son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Louis C. Hubbard erf Bay 
Colony. During five yeare of 
sauting, whkh started in Roa- 
iK>ke, he has earned 26 merit 
badges. 

Jdm is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. H, R. Ortt of 808 Kennedy 
Ave. He wem into scouting 4j/' 
years ag^ as a charter member 
of the chtirch's Cub Pack. His 
mother was his D«i Member and 
his father is~|>resently Scoutmas- 
ter erf the troop. He has 25 merit 
badges to his credit. 

Botfi bpys belcMig to the Order 
of the Artow, the honorary soci- 
ety <rf scouting, and were sent by 
the troop to Camp Philmont in 
New Mexico. 

An interest in camping and 
out-door-life drew John and Lou- 
is into scouting but it was the 
challenge of achievement that 
drove them toward the » Eagle 
badp, even thou^ toey both ad- 
mit that time for scouting eets 
more scarce the older they get. 

"A boy who hasn't t^n in 



scouting has reaHy missed some- 
thii^," Johns said. "It offers an 
escape from routine life, espe- 
cially icaraping in the woods 
where there are no telephones." 
Louis and John both agree 
that scouting does much to cut 
down on teen-age problems that 
often arise from too much idle 
time. 

"Scouts don't have time to 
stand on the streets and get into 
mischief," they said. 

John's father is also an Eagle 
Scout and the Scoutmaster who 
presented him the coveted badge 
^onte yeai-s ago will also be (m 
hand Wednesday to make the 
same presentation to John and 
Louis. 

"If I have rtie oppwtunity, I 
would like to go into scout lead- 
ership in my adult life," Louis 
said, "because I know how much 
it means •!• boys." 



Mrs. HaDold M. Collins of 2^ Matt 
Lane- 
James L. Davenport, son «|f iBb*. 
and Mrs. Edwaid Davenptnt <^ 
Route 4; 

William SImw, Jr., son of Mr. 
and Mis. 'William H. Shaw <^t 6424 
Pontiac Rd. 

William B. Wood, son of Sfr. 
and Mrs. William -E, Wood of 
1900 Kempsville lUi.; , 

James D. Greene, son of mI*. 
and Mrs. R. S. Greene of 8041 
Westgrove Rd.; 

Johnny M. Dale, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ernest M. Dale of 636 Caren 
Dr. 

Recruit training consists of in- 
structions in survival, first aid, 
damage control and lire fighting, 
physical fitness, swimming, mili- 
taiy justice, citizenship and fire- 
arms. Recruite also visit Navy de- 
^oyers and a submarine during 
the training period. 

Upon completion of the ajtive 
duty, recruits will return to tlwhr 
local Naval Reserve units tar fur- 
ther training. 



Dogs 
May Be Stolen 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A definite increase in repwts (rf missing 
dogs may be an indication (rf "dognapping" cases in Virginia Beach. 

James Duncan, superintendent of the city's bureau of animal 

control, was hesitant Monday to say that the dogs were being stolen, 

Ixit said that the oases are fol- 



lowing the same pattern of a sim- 
ilar outbreak about five years 
ago. 

At tfiat time it was found that 
dogs were stolen trcm Virgima 
Beach homes and transported to 
Canada where they were sold. A 
check with the Canadian game 
wardens proved that the dogs 
were from this area. 

It was believe^ toat a group of 
persons were involved in the 
"dognapping" ring but no arrest 
were nuide. 



^ra th« smaller, mora aximi- 
>iv« braads, such as poodiM wr 
coekar spanMt, Duncan said. 

A nvajority of the reports come 
from ftincess Anne Plaza resi- 
<tents, he said, but there are scut- 
tered reports ftom all over tfie 
dty. 

There is Mso an indicaiUon that 
some of Um dogs are being taken 
for the reward they mi^ bring, 
jte said. 

"We had one esse ttert we def- 
initely th<M}^ was tor the re- 
ward. But how are you going to 
prove something like that?" 

Huntirm tkagi^ Too 
(togs mi^ng, which Itan^, sa^s 



DAR SPONSORS 
WEEI SEPT. 17-23 

Hm BradBmaHon ^himI bv 
Vlri^h Beach Ma^^ Prank 4L 
Dmeh derignaHng Sefil. 17-23 

wwiifiiiwiwii w^bk WW ^Nin* 
SMP«d bf #w Primatt Antm 
^iNify Ch^rtv of Daughta r s 



Virginia Beach 
Men Promote 
Cornell Fund 

rmiCA,.N.Y. — Two Virginia 
Bead) men were among ahout 
4,000 vohmfceer workers throu^ 
wA the country parUdpatipg in 
the annual Cornell Fund Pro- 
gnuns conducted primarily by 
Cornell Univer^ alumni. 

They were Roy M. Nid Jr., 
manage of the Prino^ Anm 
Countiy Chib airi Brwx A. I^- 
lette, owror of the Tictes Motor 
Hotd and Lodge. 

The C(HTiell JXind ProgranK 
pTKerted toe Uniwerstty with a 
totM of $1,385,092 in unrestri(4ed 
^fts durii^ the 1962-63 ac»iem- 
ic y^ear, Mcording to fund ch^- 
man Geoi^ A. Ptewbury <rf !^f- 
ftdo, N. Y. 

lUs was vn mae$» of nearly 
$100,000 wte" tfie prevwus y«ur's 
t<^ The 10i3«4 god is $1,500,- 
000, T^wlNBy saki. 




li^ntlng season opin. lOQf 

the casM la^ year had pens prok- 

e»i into, but there has been no in- 

(Ikation of that this year, he said. 

' Th« buraau is prMcntly n- 

ctiving !M to 50 complaints a 

day on dog problwns, Duncan 

said, and this hM p r e mp tsd a 

st*pp«d-up program in animal 

controls 

A new employee will join the 
bureau Thursday, making three 
men. "on the road," aiKi th^ are 
planning a shift opnaition to take 
care of dogs runtung toose at 
nigM. 

Ilaadetit^ of Virghiia Beach 
Borough have always been unttor 
the impre^on their d(^ can run 



lo<»e from Septemb^ thrtiu^ 
May," Duncan said. ""But the new 
ordinance says that dogs must be 
kept on their own property . . . 
and this is dtywide." 

The bureau is also receiving an 
unususdly large number of dog- 
bito reporte. Much of thk » 
caused by children taking their 
dogs to s(^ool or to the bus stofi. 
Duncan urged all parents to pm- 
hibit the children fnan doing tim. 

Dtmcan remin<ted local re^ 



^^ ^^ dents that starting Nov. 1 all dc^s 

Mo^ of ttit missing aininate fmust have rabi« shots b^^ 

their owners can buy dty ta^. 

Ihis will be compulsory dsxMgh 

a new ordimmce. 
The Health Dei»rtment will 

spoiKor its seocmd raUes dink; 

this Saturday and residents ifv 

urg|ed to take advantage of it. ^ 



Mss Margaret P. ^illivan of 6802 Atlantic Ave. mded 14 
and-a-half years of service Tuesday when ste left 1^ post ^ 
seCTetay-receptionirt to Commader Amphibious Training Omi- 
msajd, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. While there ^e worked under 11 
admirals aiKl one Marine Ck}rps general. Miss ^Qivan is diown 
above le die re<»iv« an "Order of Greirter Gators" certificate 
fram Bus A(knffal James C. Dempsey, C(MnPtab'naLa]^ 

<N^y Photo) 



Home Builders To 
Meet September 24 

NORFOLK, — The Tidewater 
Assodation of Home Buildei^ wiU 
hdd ks regular Member^p Meet- 
ing on Tuesday, September 24, at 
the Lafayette Yaclk Club begin- 
ning at 6 p.m. 

The Guest Speaker wiQ be Mr. 
Charles L. Joyce of New York, 
Building Products Merchandising 
Manager for Life Magazine. He 
wil present Life's "Merchandis- 
ing and Marketing Program". 

Computing Society 
Meets Wednesday 

BAYSH>E — The Tidewater 
Chapter of the A^ociation C(Mn- 
puting Machinery Society will 
hold its firet fall meeting Wednes- 
day night at the Shore Drive Inn. 

Speaker for the evening will be 
Harold Ottoson, of ITT-Dia), Par- 
aanus, NJ. His topic will be 
"Real Time Simulation of Termi- 
nal Air Traffic." 

The dinner and busii^ meet- 
ing will be held at 7 p.m., pre- 
ceded by a cocktail hour starting 
at 6 p-m. 



INDEX 

SOCIETY ._ 
FUNERALS 


2 A 3 


EDITORIALS . . 




SPORTS 




ENTERTAINMENT 




CLASSIFIED 





Galilee Offers 
Varied Program 

VmCiNIA 'BmCH — Gamee» 
E^i8»3pal Churdi has open^ M 
19^^ Church year wHh a varted 
both for children tnd 

Robert Paabd^b^, Saperinten- 
dent of the Church Schotd, has 
announced oi^anized classes for 
Nursery through high scho<d 
children. The Sedtury SerM, a 
program of Ctaristtao educatifm 
tiiat encourage the difld's res- 
ponse more than rote leartta^ 
wU be used to all grMies. 

The a<kiH's dc»ses for the 9etf 
are designed to meet the neeqs m 
the individual. Mr. Ednmnd fiWfe-' 
ely wiU begin to teach a clttf A 
the Bmie until Mrs. Martha Wi 
Dinanore returns from sick mtte. 
Mrs. Anne Cole and Mr. and ttn, 
DougU^ Hutnrd are going to tead 
a discusaon ^oup eirtitled "The 
Christian's Vocation", in an at- 
tempt to understand a Ouistiaif's 
calling in an everyday world. 

Mrs. iiiary Loui» Berkdey, 
Mra. Herbert Smith, Mrs. Charies 
Uleakin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Tayloe, Mr. Mdvin Cruser, and 
Jam^ PalnKr will lead a lecture 
and discussion group on Oni^iaa 
Living, taking up social problentf 
of our time. 

Galilee Church has changed its 
9:15 time for Morning prayer to 
9:00 a.m. in order to give tnore 
time to the worship service and 
classes. 



Demo Women To 
Hear F. Kellam 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Wo- 
men's Democratic Club of Vh> 
ginia Beach will hdd a luncheon 
at noon today at the Cavdi^-. 

Guest speaker for the event will 
be Frank W. Kellam of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Development Council. 

A hat and wig sIk>w will be pre- 
%nted at tiie luncheon Iq^ Rke's 
Fashion Comer. 

MISS DONAHOE 
ENTERS BRADFORD 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mi^ 
Elizd)eth C. Donahoe, dau^iter 
of Mr. and Mn. Omer J. Donahoe 
of 100 75th St., Vkginia BeaA, 
will enter Bradford Junio^ OA- 
lege, Bradford, Ma»., when ttw 
cidlege opens for its 161st year 
this wedk. 

Miss Dondioe pr^tared for ori- 
lege M the Coimby Jk^ SAool 
for Gh-ls in 'Wztfnit Beadi. 



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folk |ir« hviM to visH 
m lpr h^ne fiiMncing. 

Voy wfll ncmhf •v»ry eonsidvr- 
•fen, smcMv help, m^ prompt 
strvico. MotI of our bm 
offi^rs art v«tor«i« m^ to 
Mint y(Hi. 

V^h#» buying, buMiiig, or r#- 
You «P» «)wai^ wolcomo hort. 



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Wonen Voters 
Hefting Todiy 

V^mOC^i BRIDC»— Tlie Viiv 

^«aen Voters ^ m^ iodi^ 
» 10 ajn. at tM Easter^ iSiore 
Cbapd (m Lsskin Rd. 

The tq[HC for study and discus- 
sion wiB l)e the United Nations. 
l^e Umted Nations and Foreign 
Econ(Hnic Poli<^ ae the two items 
on tbe current national agtsida 
(19Q|«4) for study by the liagiie. 

Hie League of Wcmien Yc^m 
is i iiaa-partlsan OTganJsrtion as 
old as women's mffra|^ in the 
United SMm. — dedlca^ to pro- 
mote political reqxM^iUfty 
ttoougb infonmd and zc^ve par- 
^p^n of citizens in ^vem- 
laent. 

All menAers and persons inter- 
e^d are m^ to attend the Sep. 
t^iober 24Ui meting. Womoi 
•who are unAle to attend tlw 
n^eting and yet who are mter^- 
ed in becoming m^nbers may call 
tiie Virginia Beach Memb^^p 
Cli^nnan, Mi?. Doit^y AixIM, 
Gioden 8 5069. 



Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wright and 
dau^^ers, Betty and Carolyn, 
lun^e returned from a visit with 
^leh- son, John, vi^ is now living 
and working at tiie Nassua bin in 
Princeton, NJ. 







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ON THE WAY 
TO SCHOOL 




Back to tdiool ui cioHiM aK> 
pertly cieMiad. They'll leok 
'%utd box" fradi and noal. 



32S Uskin Road 

Oppose Colonial Store, 

GA 8-2801 






An Open Letter To A|l Parents: 



^ar Pver)h 

If you have a child in your home this letter is especially important to you. 

At the beginning of a new school term, you, as a parent, |nd wf is ophthal- 
mic practitioners should be particularly concerned with the vision of our children. 
h iffcent report from the Better Vision Institute points out thfi need for this con- 
%r^ vyitfe statistics that sN5w that one out of every four chlldrtn today needs eye 
mre or a oew prescription. 

Periodic eye examinations are important to the well^mg of fvery dhlW. 
19i#y sb>uld be as routine as othiM" asp^ts of health care, pnly through regular 
l^fessional eye care can a child's visual problem be dftiHtTiined ^t an early 
i^age ^n6 the necessary st^s be taken to ^rrect it beforf n gives rili to Qt|ifr 
and often greater problems. 

If your child has not had professi onal eye care recently, we urge you to 
make an appointment now for him to have a a>mpiete eye examination. Good 
^%km es he starts the school year can be his most important asset. 

We o^A^ this to our children. 



Ccrdially, ' ' ' 
Dr. Saiasky, C^tometrist 



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SA|.^SKY OWICAl COMPANY 



EQUrrASLE BUILDING 
PHONE MA 7-325^ 



CSTAM^mD IN TIDEWATER SINCE 1922 



Engagements 

OWENS 

VIRGINU MACH- 
Mrs. Q|car E. Qweip g( 
G«)rgia and V, 
anoMin^ the 
their daughter 
Mr. Robert FmM Fe 
York Cfty. 

'Mi^ Otr&^ at^ei^led lift, pf 
Saltes Academy in MicoA, Gt. md 
is presently en^lo^ in Washing- 
ton, D.C. j 

Mr. Fearon is the son ol Mr. and 
Mrs. Francis G. f<Mron ^ New, 
Yorlc City and it a i^MMrte of j 
the Brooklyn Prepeoirtary School 
in New Ywk. He is p^ffffy i^ 
an enipineer^ fixp 1a ^'W^- 
ington uea. 

Tie couple will be aaarr»d ai 
tl^ ^ of the Sea Ibnoan (^tii- 
oUc Qiunji in Vir^nla Se^, Va. 
on t^oven^r Mtt, 



Celebrate 50th Armiversmy 



Personal Mention 



cavalier 6 
Goflducts 




VDftGWU MAOT-The Cava- 
lier ^tnlen Ciuti M& a dinic la^ 
Wedtflsday at Galilee Episcopal 



butnictors were ifrs. 1. A. 
Holtoelsttt-. m$ C.'G. mM#- 
man, ^s t. 0. t^^ Jr.. pl^- 
I Qt 06 ch4)r ws. B0fcN^ 
Mn. Cad Aau Ind Mrs. f. 
G. barton. 

.fodges ira% Ifti. Boger ifaan 
of ^^i^nia^^^ii^ fiilfrs. imm 
Alsop of Richmoml. 

Rabtoons were: mAJE, Mra. Wil- 
liam H. Dante), Mn. Vertm^ 
Honeycutt, Mrs. Prank D. Tamffl, 
Mrs. H. Webb Brown and Mrs. 
Maul; RES), Mrs. Danlen, Mrs. 
itoy Jarrebt, Mrs. Andrew Cook, 
Mrs. Honeycutt, and Mrs. William 
H. Brown; and YELLOW, Mrs. S. 
R. Brockenbrough and Mrs. Iteu- 
ben TraM. ' 

Beach Qardners 
To Attend Meet 

LAWREN<3BVHjLE-4Many Vir- 
ginia Beach women will attend 
the 44th meeting of toe Board of 
Govert»ol« of 1^ Garden dhib of 
Virginia to be bM Oet 1<3 Hta 
Lawrenceville. 

Hostess dub will be the Bruns- 
wiclt Garden Ctab. 

Attending the meeting will be 
the Board of Directors of the 
state group, fsesMtei^ of all m^n- 
be* clubs, diairmen of all land- 
ing and spMial committees and 
t^ past iwesidents of Ihe Gsi6m 
Club of Virginia. 





Mr. and Mrs. G. W- Halstead Sr. of 41 8 16a cut dieir 
Gk^fea WedUlng Anniversary cake at an open house given In their 
hcmst by dau^ter and Mm-ln-law, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Archbeil Jr. 
and s<m and dai^^-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Halstead 
Jr. ^bwit no $m», imstaaag Marry Seamon of Murphy, N. C, 
attended the affair (Bobe Photo) 

Red Book Now Off The Press 

RICHMOND — The 1963 Edi- cording to an announcem«it by 
tion of the world's oldest and Thomas J. Lennon, President of 
OK^ witely used lodging guide, 
the Hotel & <Motel Red Book, is 
off ttie press and ready for use 
by the residents of Virgima, ac- 




Ward-Johnson 
Vows Exchangecl 

VIRGINIA BEACH ~ Mr. and 
Mrs. William Rolan Ward an- 
nounce the nuBTiage of their 
daughter. Miss M»;ie Marie Wsod. 
to (M^ Bertram Johmon Jr. Tlie 
Ceren^tiy tBok place Monday, 
Sei^. 16, at noon in Jackson, N.C. 

T Ifie hritkgroom is tiwlaon of 
Mr. and Mra. Otho Bertram John- 
son of &nporia. 

Mis Mary Lee Hudson of Rich- 
mond was maid of honor and only 
s^ndant. 

Mr. Johnson was best mm for 
his son. 

After a wedding trip to Ra- 
leigh, N.C, the couple will live 
at 205-A Park Ave., Emporia. 



AN WoA Guarantpl 

FE8REU 

UNOLEUM & TILE ^. 

n6 w. 21^ St. — m s-mi 



Linoleum Fbors 

IfK^vidudiy Pcbi 




room! In homes, office ihofw, 
these Individually Dn^ned Lioo- 
iewB Phmn coitf^ toMit, cotnr- 
omtrast distii«ti0s whidi ao 
oi>sr flocf- treatment am laatdL 
Cokrs, motifs — "Character!* la a 
word — that give I<mff4ived servi<%, 
at moderate fint-MMl May M 
give yoa ao estimate? 

J.C Law & Son 

NORFOUE, VIRGINU 
35ISCoil«F Pka. MA544M 

We create Roots lit« dlstioi»tt 



tl» Virginia Hotel and Mo^ As- 
sociation. Mr. Lennon is IPresi- 
dent of The H<»ne^ad, Hot 
Springs, 'Virginia. * 

In describii^ Que book, Lennon 

said that it oon^ms well ov^ 
1,000 pages of infonnMioa on ho- 
tels, motels and le^xrts throu^- 
oiA tile Unit^ States, Camda 
and tile reai, of the W^tem Ifemi- 
sphere. 

The Red Book is published an- 
nually and is the officii direc- 
tory of the Am^ican I^tel & 
Motel ^Kxnation, &» teadnig 
trjfcde group for operators of ho- 
te& ai^ fp^ek. "Mentis of the 
V^^iixia H^i & 'Motd Am^ 
tion are menabefs cd AfUMK" 
said Lennon, "and are lii^ in 
the new edition of the Red Book. 



Mr. and Mr*. 'iKidt" &iMh- 
waite sjxni tte weekend in Ctep- 
el Hill, NJC., where they attended 
tte ftorth Ciirolina-Vii^aiia fooft- 
ball ^ne on ^tuittey. 



Mrs. JMk ChiMian of filming- 
ham, Ala., *ril an#e Wedneadiy 
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jowph W. 
Gotten. 



Kip Maoif , son of 4fr. a«i MR. 
Andrew *t. llooie, liM resumed 
his stoidies ai the Unl^mty of 
Virginia Law &ho(rt in Clarlot- 
t^n^ttte. 



J&r. and Mrs. Ik>b«t W. Soy 
^)ent the weekend visiting Ifirs. 
Stoy's parents, the Itev. and Mra. 
Mnund Berkeley on 53r4 St. Mr. 
and Mrs. Ttoy have been residing 
at FU. Lewis, Washington, for the 
last two ye»s, wMle Mr. Stoy 
serrod as a Lieutenant in the U.S, 
Army. The Stoys are now residing 
in WillianMtmrg. where Mr. S^ 
is taking Post Graduate courses 
M ttK Collet, of William and 
Mary aiMl abating in tte athMic 
department of the college. Mra. 
Stoy is also attending the college. 



Mr. and *6m 

A^iland, W., 



S. Hyi^ 



«i^ T. Nrpr^^wd^ of 

Peafwitr. rhu, t p^ eWcri 
days lait week as iie ^Mit oi 
Un. C. Can^ MeOey «i im Bay 
Cotony home. 

mt i. w. c^ ss^M am- 

kiMl Neck, m., te «^^« b^ 
sm and ^ughter-in-law, Mr. and 
W^. Ji^sf^ W. Cottei), Jr., at 
Hteir 1^0 m^ in Prittcets Anne 
ilk. 



m. and Mrs. Geoi^ G. Riil- 
lil» Jr., have rehiroed to tteir 
home on Cavalter Drive, after 
landing ^veral days at The 
H<Hnest«id, Hot Sprinp. 



Mrs. Rudolph Watson has re- 
I turned to her home <m Lake;ride 
Drive alter visitii^ her ai^er and 
im>ther-in-law, Mr jmd Mrs. 
Junes Watson in Silv^ Spring, 
Maryland. 



Mrs. Lynch <3iristian of Lynch- 
burg is visiting her son4n-law 
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs- Wil- 
lian C. Haycox at their faonre in 
Bay Colony. 



Whispering Piqes 
Garden Club 

VmGlNIA MlAOi— The First 
faU meeting of the Whispering 
Pines Ganteri Oub was held at ti^ 
home of Mrs. J. F. Killen. Bleven 
menritierB ^^ere ptesettt. 
Ptans for the ewmng year w^e 
The public may coimilt cf^iea of ! discui^d, especially tiie maki]% 
tl» Red &)ok at any AH^tfAjof flower arran^ments f*^ the 
men^ber hotel or motd." ack at the (Ma^teac meeting. 



Mr. and Mrs. Jsnnes M. Jordjui 
Jr., tut Ifr. m4 Mrs. H. G. « 
son Jr., ^lA <he weekend » 
Ctupel ^1, N.C., and atteiKlM 
the UmversMy of N.C-Univar^y 
of Virginia football grade. 

M/Sgt. and Mi^. lUyoM^ Tui^: 
mr ha^ letimwd to tbito btrnte 
in Om^n, Dei., after spem^ 
several days vi^thig Mrs. 'DiTwr't 
moti^, Mrs. S. T. £Ua WhIlfMl. 

M^ Nancy Lee Butier, one <^ 
th^ year's d^taiHes, teit Sunday 
for Danv^ whore irtie wfS aMM^ 
S^atford (M^. She tt^ie iltu- 
gMer of Mrs. Qi^ribeth &i^ of 
Vlrtfnia Beadi. 

Miss B^ m^ dautf^ of 
Bfr. and mn. J. E. Wci^ has 
leU to resume her ahidi^ at 
Longwood Cdttege in I^ittivtlle> 
Vir^^M. 



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Women SuppQit 






WHh fnOt-fnth 



Fresh FruH Pi* Tenifllrt^-aiMl Next Winter 




TRAY!-§i f)PTICAL GO. 

Virginif Beach's ONLY 
GUllD OPTICIAN 

1369 Laskln fitoad. Professional Bidg. 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 

GA 1-4020 



Are you servinif a fresh pfeach pie tonightt" If so, instead of 
}ust iiutftteg oAe, make a^enU. &Jce ot» and freeze the others 
imbaMsKl to vae in tlw future. Pmit-F^resh, an ascorbic acid 
mixture, makes this p(»sible, for ft will invent the pm^tm 
from turning brown and insure a i^il fired) pie in montt» to 
come. It is a ffood idea to make the pw» in foil plates, for tiwy 
are eailer to store hi the frea»r. ^^w are available in any 
' store that sells housewares and (»n H u*^ ov*^ '^^ ^^ again. 

Ilie recipe below is for one i>le, so double, triple or qiMHl> 
Tuple it according to the number of pies you wiA to jnakl. 

FRESH PEACai PIC 



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Paster to a l-faKii lattlee 
tan ^ 

i tabtepoomi fleof 

Pr<»are pastry and line a S-indrfoQ pie sMe. Mis ' 
Fruit-n^i, sogu-, flour, salt and i^k^. Adft peaches and Urn 
well to coat dicet. Tian into Iteed (tie plaM. Adjust U39 lattl^ 
crust. 

To Bate Rl^ Awaft Cot with aae tablespoon butter an<t 
bake in a hot oven 425° K, 40 to tf minutM ct vaM. enst is 
brown and fliling is taH>I|:. 

to Tnmm Wisp 1^ is aHuBatatt ifM asd frecce. When 
TmAt to Mke, uawnm d(^ top threui^ laMee a»M witii 1 
tabto^KMo buM» sArf Vake to ■ hot ov«i ^*V. about 1 hour 
and 10 minutos tK untU crust is brown and flIUng biM»r. 



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UNITS AT BARGAIN PRICES 

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BAYSDE— The Bay«de Junto 
Wonum's CIi^ has tent it's mi>- 
port 100% to the G^m^ Pedo-- 
ation Of Woman's CkAs projwt 
"Strengflien the Arm of Lfcerty" 
by domting a dime per n^nri)^, 
as sugg^tod by the Fetfeenlkm. 

At the base of <U)e ^lute M 
Liberty in New Ytoic Haitori 
is being ej^inlWtf The 
can Miueum'of' 
^r tiie directicm of the Natt(»»l 
I^k Service. Oepartti^ of to- 
terior. T^ pusix^ o('A« onl- 
seum is to di^mmeiM nd dMitt- 
ti» the t^;oiy ^ime^^^'iit 
carving 0^ of a <K)iilbMrtal i^Nf- 
Mss tiK BatiM H^^ nve know 
to^y ami whi»e aapnitioBS, a^ 
ie^^meni3, and tnKl&iims we wo- 
erate. It will be a trUHtto to &e 
millions of inunigiwte ^tutxt^ 
out ^nerica's fai^ory who lorve 
contr^ted to its uni^ie herit^. 

bi tiw mweum ndll be exhIUto 
- diontmas, mod^, casra, i^it* 
inp, murals • whkh wiB teH> te- 
cord &» story of those who came 
from other km^. 19w Federation 
of Woman's Clubs ^mM to OKoiir- 
age and aid in this e^»t to pe- 
sent an important coi^riMrtkm to 
our way of Hfe. A plaque wfll be 
placed in the musntin leco^ming 
the Feda'ati<m and its efforts, 
'nils will be done in the wj^^ of 
1964 to coiiKnte with Vhe Mining 
of the New York Worlds 

DANCING CLASS 
REGISTERS FRIDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Enr<^. 
m«rt is ma open in the YWCA 
bsKtocm dandi^ ela»^ held 
each Riday from 8 to 9 p.ni. «t 
the Ai^oui Legi<m HaU. 

The cte^es are open to indl- 
viduids or couples over 14 y^ffs 
of age. The tee is $10 pra- person 
for ei^t lessoM. 

•Instructor to Terry l^nch, an 
En^sto teacher at Great Md« 
Hi^Schod. 

ItogMa^tlon will be accepted 
unW 4 p.m. Wednesday. Interest" 
ed pattern are asked to call ^ 
Vit^^ Oeach YWCA offke et 
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UONESS CLUB IN 
FAIL MEETING 

The LioneM Ouh l»!d its fli^ 
meeting of tiw fall sea«)n Mm- 
day ri^ M the home of Mn. 
Cteks TMA. 

»* laey Rob^on, imr pi^- 
(terrt, pp^led. A lettM- of ajjae- 
dttim w«g 2^^! ^tm Gener^ 
HeqiMd M Va. CetM^ for « do- 
natton of IIOO to be used to ^ a 
whed durtr. 

Mra. ClMdte Kii^ <Mie of the 
club's fBMA^t, wm suipised 
by a ^^ ^owir duriM re- 

fUtt *§«« discwMed for a Hal- 
k>«eett coM^me paxi^ to be Md 
in XMob^ for nMatevi^ te- 

ta^ itt the ten of 1^: H^ 

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TilN TOPICS 








«n^ every teenier I know, hoA myt «iitfrk 

^^-ft«-tes, we af know how «i06Ui|b^ k k to leelSi ow^ 
jemi^on does iwt ^dunce our p^K»U iUfi^raice. But. Wi 
i«» It, there is no easy way to cai« dcin prcSjlwns, suse hed«hy 
Munre fl^^s so many inter-rfi^rttag fa^ori. 

In acUMMi 10 ^ ttmplygood ocxof^icM 1^ 
all kw^ that no «« mo l^je to he attt^ve 
without sparkling heMth md pep. 

Here are a few ttinp, titoii^, aixwfr^kin ca» 
that we all mi^t find useftd. 

Beauty is a lubit. ConptexkMi hmm &m» 
not only from good care erf the skin, Iwt also from 
OMTect eating, pn^r elimination, the r^ 
amwmt trf physioU ex^ciseMjd rwt, platty of 
fnati air and sunshine, and a fai^^t »»^Ued 
frame rf mmd. 
1m^ s-m— Ran«t*er that certain e^oMkOs canot be 

i«gr aenoi oveMooked. They i^: 
RtM 

We need to relax. We need ahem ekht hows' deq>. Tte bert 
and most restful sleep is sttf»»sd to be beftwe mW-nigJit If you fc»l 
arcHind and dwi't ^t to bed for fear you will miss somethn^ ym 
wU fflks more the next day. If you have a habit of rei^ ocxasioittl 
w«8ks for sp«dal events do ncA make as much differem:e becauw 
mi ue ready tm thasL 
The R^ Food 

We need three meals a day. I>9 not skip break^t. Gcnenlly, 
you use Ae most energy in Ac morning. Avoid macks betwem 
meals, if they ii^crfere wjth your regular weU-b^anced mejUs. Try 
to team to Uke all foods. Each type of food has a very definite place 
m body growth and health. You fed better when yew have a well- 
rcwnded diet. Too much candy or sweets and Marchei may help 
prodiwe skin blemishes. Eat pi«ity <rf fresh fruits and veg^^les. 
£xm^dic 

...I. ^*^® exercise in fresh air. Get plenty dC sunshii» at playtime. 

Hike an! swim. Develop an ootdoor hobby. 

ScniUifa«Up 

Scrub not only behind tl» ears but all over with good old soap 
andwat^! ^ -r 

Om ftuicti(Mi of the skin is. to give off moisture to cocrf the 
body. This is perspiratiai. Perapimion heli» to ^t rid ol body 
waste, too. From lyjtol quarts of water are given off by the body 
daily as per^inrtion. 

' Another function of the skin ^ands is to tHroduce oSL to kem 
the half glossy and skin aitooth. 
CleunMss OB the InaMe 

Inside cleanliness is important to healtii and to the skin. Drink 
plenty of water. Let body waste be carried off by kidneys. Have a 
daily elimination from the intestines. Waste left in your body is '■ 
al^wbed and gives a tired fedii^, headache, or skin pimples. 
Help Yourself Fight Acne / 

You can also help yourself fight acne. Overacave oil gJands 
make die face shine. If not thoroMhly washed, the pores become 
clogged and form black or white heads or other skm trouble. If 
pimples stay with us, the condition is called arae. Acne is caused 
by dirt or bacteria lodged in die <^ ducts. If hot wariied out, con- 
gestion forms a blacfclwad, whkh may later became inf^ted to form 
a pimple. As Twnagera.you nec^ to be espccifdly careful, as Mture 
seems to increase the amount erf oM manufactuMd at ttiis time. Qean 
your face perhaps twice a day with warm water and jHire soap. Riiwe 
thoroughly. Always use a clean wadi cloth and carry a clean hand- 
k^tiyt^ to avoid Wectton. Do ntA pkk or sqiw^e piraj^s; tl«y 
may be very sore and leave your skin scarred. Keep your hmr cl^n. 
Dirt and dandruff fail on your ttax and shemlders and Muse tuples. 
To avdd pimples <mi shoulden and back prcrtect ywu- shoulders 
with a to^ or ci^ when ycm brush }^ur hair. 

li deaning your face carefully, eating right foods, exercising, 
and eating do not keep your skin clear, ask vour doctor what vM 
solve your particular skin problem. 

Fifteen minutes every day given to your skm gives bettear results 
than three hours of intensive care alter a week of neglect. 

Mo^ ricins are classified as four types— dry, oily, combina&m, 
uid n<»mal. -^ 

Dry skin requires Ae use of mo^ate water temperature and< 
creams. Always use a ligjit, upwanl motion to help sagging muscles 

Because your skin is oily, you will remain young looking longer 



Club Votes 
Plant Sale 
Per April 

vmi^Bg <rf Om ttRtaMdc ^cm 
Ganien (Aato mm t9om^ bM at 
^ ix»M <oi Sfaa. J. P. OmUbon, 
wm IMKlMmi Bwls L, ¥^smm, 
Rufus S. KnigM uid C. A. Butter. 
Jr., acting as cobxuib^tm. 

Mrs. W. H. HMnWon. PxtHdrat 
of the aufa, anwNu^ed tlk% the 
Virginia Beexh Cou^ of Gts4en 
diAs would h^ a meetii^ on 
October 9th; the Tkiewvb^ Dis- 
til ,<rf ti» Sate Fed«r^on of 
Garden CM» would flfwdt lA the 
Hotel Chuntertain. €»d Pirint 
Comfort, on OcUAjct 1^; ai^ 
the Milta>4lbqdM Woman's Fo- 
rum mNild be heM in EichnKHid 
on Novottber 7^. 

Tt» ClidD voted |o scfaedi^ its 
annual plant aale ^ next Api^ 
in^e«l of in October, m in fo^ 
mer y»re. 

Mrs. Midcdm Todd, a menAer 
of tl» Marion Crosby Qs^m 
Club, aiid a natioially accredited 
flower arrangement judge, con- 
ducted a "workshop", denwnstra- 
ting line, design, balaice m& 
color-grouping, whidi both, old 
and new menAers, found to be 
very beneficial. 

Horticulture ribbons were 
awarded to Airs. C. B. Arrii^tcm, 
gold; 'Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs, W. H. 
Lyons and Mrs. KigM, blue; and 
Mrs. E. T. Deacon and S. L. Lott, 
red. 

D.iLR. Wooien 
Hold Covered 
Dish Luncheon 

PRINCESS ANNE— The PrinMss 
Anne County Chapter of the Dau- 
ghters of the Ammcan Revolution 
n^ Saturday with Mrs. Bernard 
F. White and Mrs. fierton E. 
Ovraw for a covezed idi* luiKsh- 
eon with Mrs. Owen Moore Jr. 
presiding. 

Mrs. J. Fletcher BiyaM read a 
pap4»- on Nattosid Defense. Mem- 
bers were urged to attend the 
Tidewater DMrkt 1 meertii^ on 
Sep^emAm 26th ^ the Chamber- 
lain Hotd, Okl Point Ckmrfort. 

Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Ow«ns 
presented a progrtun <m Coiutttu- 
don week. Mrs. Owen stated that 
tl» wedt of Septen*er 17 had 
been proclaimed Constitution 
Week by Mayor Frank A. Dusch. 

A Conatttution Week dJspky 
will be exhibited at the Vii^zda 
National Bank at Virginia fieadi. 

Mrs. William Bew of Norfolk, 
Mrs. R. R. Ford and Mrs. John T 



Haw Mvch Of A Prabba b Weight? 




It jrean old. I wiU be a liyniw 
year tai Ugh atdMoL lA grbUnrii 
ii that I have «fi<»lty M' mt 
writfa I have loat ti 
T)i|a par^olar b«r haa 
to the movie. I like Din vwy 
mudi. What I wsot to know is 1k>w 
I can get hira to like qie f ^ 
Do fou tUak n^ wdghl iNf ##• 



thing to (to with tt?" 

dVB BBTLT: You forgot to 
stat« wheUMr yoor problem with 
irei^t waa "too much or too 
fittle." Sthw way, we must say 
ttat weldit Is in^NMrtant because 
^ iiHiividwd who la too heavy or 
too thin does not look her best. If 
yvk are overweight, ask your par- 
fl^ to*!^ you discuss the problem 



irttt tibe ftUDily doetiff . . . ud 
follow \iiM recomnwndstlons. 

Appearance is important We 
diould all try to look our best. Yet 
it is stiU possible to be handsome 
w iffettyai^ not be too well liked. 
1h^ U becauM people like or dis- 
like us because of the personality 
that we iH«sent to them and l>e- 
cause of our attitudes and actions 
—what we are and what we do. 
HaTent you noticed that some- 
thiMfl the most popular individual 
U> school is perhaps not the pret- 
oest w handsomest? 

If you want to make someone 
Uke you, be yourself. Be a nice 
penon. Be friendly, be fun to be 
with. Don't talk too much or too 
little. Try to put people at ease 
when they are with you and you 
will find that you yourself feel 
more comfortable at the samey 
time. 

If r*m haTf • Unmwg* »t«H«B tm wml 
«• Ji «CT W. ar as ebMrraUon to nak*. 
addraaa year Itttcr to FOR AND ABOUT 
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li. snd Mrs. WiUiam Bharatev 
AttertioH of Brunswick, Itfaine, 
announce tlte Inith of their sec> 
end child, first son, William Brad- 
diaw Jr., on Sept. 5. Mrs. AHi^- 
holt is tt^ former Mss Maitiia 
Lou Mason, daui^ter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jack H. Mason of "Windy 
lUse Farm," Princes Ani%, Vir- 
ginia (Beach. Lt. AiherhoH is the 
scm of Mrs. Robert Clark Mm- 
boK of Lynebixag and ii» late 
Mr. Mherhi^. 



Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas For- 
tenberry Jr., announce Que blrtii 
of tbeir first child, a son, £arly 
lliomas m, on Sept. 8 in Noinfolk 
Gei^al Hoi^ital, Mrs. Foitenl^r- 
ry ffi the former Miss Bonnie Kay 
Gibi», dau^iter of Mi. and Mrs. 
Jenness Gi^ of Virginia Beacti. 
Mr. Foiteid)erry is the «>n of 
Cmdr. and Mrs. Earl Th{»nas For- 
tenberry of Jacksonville, Fla., for- 
merly of Norfolk. 



nounce tlw birth of their first 
child, a daughter, Iracy Walker, 
on .Sept. 10 in Norfolk General 
Hospital. Mrs. Green is the for- 
m^ Miss Sandra Jeanne Parish, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George 
William Fareh of Chesapeake. 



Mr. and >irrs. Rodney Cooke 
Hudgins Jr. announce the birth of 
their third cliild, second daughter, 
Ldnda Robin, on Sept. 6 in DePaul 
Hospital. Mrs. Hudgins is the for- 
mer Miss Jane Portlock, dau^ter 
of Mr. and Mrs. 'R. Leo POTtlock 
of Thoroughgood, Virginia Beadi. 
Mr. Hudgins is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Rodney Cooke Hudgins of 
Norfolk. 

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U. (j.g.) and Mrs. Donald Clin- 
ton Green of Viiginia Beach, an- 




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" J~—- •-• .» ~..T, j^,. TTUi m%.IIII>UI jvruug IWH.Ulg lUIIjgCI I """• ■»». »»• »«»»» OIIU .uua. VUIUI *. 

ftan any ofter type of skin. It dora present some prrt>lcms too. Ask Guidon, Jr. were guests of 4^ 



your druggst to give y<Hi help on finding a soap with astrigent qual 
itics. A good «aiibbing e«:h night with this type of s<mp will help. 
Then rinse your face with as «rfd w^ter as you can stand. To kwp 
fresh, the type of skin should have fcesh mal»-up about every four 
hours. 

For girls, wMmetics can nm into money, and perhaps not 1^ 
skin jMoblemi either. All that you can expect from a so<aned skin 
cr«un or oil Is that it will remove surface dirt and make-up and 
temporarily soften the dry skin when dryness is caused by external 
cfMiditions — — 



Hig^ IMToed face powders frequently offer little more than a 
nK»e expensive odor and container. 

Avoid skin creams claimed to "nourish" the skin. Cwnpetent 
authorities point out that food taken internally is the only way to 
mmrish your skin. 

But, remember Aat amsistent and thorough cleaning is the 
nKMt importMt aid yop have in maintainii^ pretty skin. 



125 Attend Buffet 
At Friends House 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Fri^ids AlMting House was tfie 
siting for a buffet supper Sun- 
day evening iKmoring new p«ff- 
ents and the Faculty at Vitginia 
Beech Fiends School. | | 

Sirs. WiHiam Bruce, President 

of ttM Parents Group, vraa In 
dw^ of the arrangements. As- 
idllii% her were menAere of the 
Motl^ Conmilttee and the Sehod 
B<»rd. 

' Over 12S p^^Ie enjoy»i the 
evemng. ' 

Prataet Table Linens 

CaiHMigbt li rwaantk, agrees. 
. Mrs. Anne J^erUw?, Dmetot of 
Coiwimer Relations for the Amo^ 
lean hwtitute of taundering. but 
the drit) of omdle -wsx tlwt fall 
<ffl^ yew l^mi ax« mt. ExDst 
wpfeatoi^ am wffl cure ttw, 
1^ why not preverrt the Mm by 
pMJi^ the otntH^ in the reirlf- 
a»tor ftn- «mA toowa betan 




B>; SAM MASON, RA. 

Uoridnd mm m part ddU to 
l<Mq* LMcr, f* it !• verr pooible 
Uut the Utm nred ty dds bflMiM 
■if«Mm'i wmt n« muBlbmM In ft* 
niinem. 

It wM Urttr wko tatrodMtd ^i- 
nmdk Im An • eortny sfm hM 
thb man of prcrt^l^ tafacfka 
noMf^ tt* ted «mt ■l»mMi«| 
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Av^d MiklaW Damage 

Mrs. Anne Sterling, Director of 
Consumer Relati<»» for the i^er- 
ican InstRute of Laundering, 
warns tbat summer clothes should 
be ^red in a dry place to avoid 
mildew damage. They slwuld also 
be packed loosely so that th«% 
wil be fewer wrinldes wiwn it 
<»nies tin» for iwaring toem. 



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The Oil Story 





Anyone vdio can visualize 10 million 
barrels a day— 10 million barrels of any- 
thing—has a nrwithematically inclined mind. 
And to fxro\&i this oyer a OKXith or a year 
would t^ |lie visualizing process of any- 
G^ short c^ an Einstein. 

But 1 million barrels of oil a day is what 
tfli^^ oation has to have to supply its farms, 
ni^es and bdustries, to keep its 70 million 
motw vehicles ticking away, to of>erate 
cdrwentenoes ranging frcKn automatic heat 
to air conditioning. , 

To move this vast ocean of oil is a gi- 
gtntiQ erKJIess task. The resources of our 
rtilro^s, trucks and water carriers play 
%^al ri>l% But they c#n't do it all, and that's 
#ie ri^kscn^ lifelines. 
t These date from the earliest days of the 



Industry— in 1 864, a two-foot^ oil carrying 
ditch was dug over a distance of several 
miles between an oil town and a terminal. 
Today more than 200,000 miles of pipe- 
lines network the nation. They gather the 
crude, carry it to refining centers, then de- 
liver the finished products to market re- 
gardless of weather. 

More and bigger pipeline are In the 
works. The first thousand miles of one sys- 
tem rrow under construction will have 36 
inch pipe— the largest ever used for an oil 
pipeline in this country. The «»t of the 
whole f«rflity v^ill be more than a tkird of 
a billion dollars. 

Everything is big, indeed, about the oil 
story— including the services it performs for 
the f»ople of the Fr^ World. 



A ReJil Cat n 



Serytor Ckddwa^f,, in a TV interview, 

Sorted that Preslcknf Kennedy onda said 

hint ^t If they were to oppose each 

ler jbr the Presidency it w<xild be a real 

So # wdvM. And it would provide the 
i^tiori antf rtie voters with something that 
Has been lacking In contests at the peak 
political level in late yean. 

The^e has been a failure, on the part of 
candidates of both parties to provide the 
^tectorate wit^ 4 clear arni unec^ujvocal 
choice^^betwewi two platforms, two philo- 
s^u^, two diy;erse attitudes. Issues have 
ta«n burred. They have been made wishy- 



washy and indistinct, as conservafive^ and 
liberals alike have tempered their views in 
the fear of alienating masses of voters. 

President Kennedy and Senator Gold- 
wat^r have made their records. The differ- 
ences between them are profourtd, particu- 
larly in the primary domestic issues, such 
as federal fiscal policy and the whole Wel- 
fare State concept. There are Important 
differences in aspects of foreign and mili- 
tary policy k)o. 

It would be a real battle, between able 
and . articulate m&n who would give no 
cjuarter. The people would have a choice 
that really meant something. 



A Fien Contestant 




Bub^ PtSm, a cohteslant in the hot ami heavy "Favorite 
pity Fatl^f " competition, claims "TTiat show's gpnna be hard to 
. ^atch," r^«ii^, of oMiree, to the VixBinia Beach-Princess Anne 
Jmkx Wo«aa*8 Qub's annual Cabaret Follies to be hcW Nov. 
J^2 at ty AbHiJB.^^ S^ard Civic Center. Cast jwhit penny vote 
for your "Favorite City Father" on poster containers placed 
ttrcHj^KHit die city. 



Award Goes To Story Man 



k>Rt STDBY 
I55th 




- SFC John C. 
Transportation 
Lthefiriman^ 
ja«^ jA l«»lve the Army's 
mm Joiil &rvi{% Commendation 
p^*\ i^ea he «#| in«%ivted the 
!iiin?d riv Gmeral ^ul D. Adana 
C^ U^SM» €mkmn± . 
The M-Tm-eUi^w^asmme, 

llttte m Swift Srike lU wlwn his 
ig^ ttiinkiiv and decisive ^tion 
<^tWBtwed a f rre tint had been 
slvl^ 1v taetiea!^ a<^on and 
^iwieiMw ^IdBjgi} iad wootted 

"^ dtMfm mdr m i^it "Serg- 
ei IN^Ne^rt^ ^.biiQi Q» 
^mt owpr «wtnil. Ato* wiwc- 

Ifflider 

;tf{M^ 




rollected his comnrand of eighteen 
men who were clearing a d r o p 
zone after a parachute assiwlt, and 
singularly 1«1 his men in fighting 
the fire until the fire - fighting 
equipment arrived, In preserving 
tim area frOTn destrui^n ujutor 
the ob^rvation of civilians resid- 
ing in the locale, ^ Tramnel 
manifested outstanding traits of 
leadership, initiative, and forceful- 
ness, and brwight the hi^est de- 
gree of distinction to himself, the 
United »ates Strike Conwnand, 
and the Departmetrt of Defense. 

,$iw:e 1941, fte Treasury has 
sfonsofKl t*o i^rtiai i^yment 
plans for purch»ing U.S. Sav- 
ii^s Bonds: through the Payroll 
Savings Plan "where you work," 
a|d throu^ Ae purchase erf Say- 
Stamps tf Kiiools aod post 



CM Case Is 
^twmt CO 

FORT STORY— U. Col. j-iank 
B. Case a,^imied conuoand of the 
10th T Bn irt a cha^ of com- 
mand review held k the Fort 
St£^ par«le ground. He replaced 
Major l^allaw B. Jackson who is 
now ^rving with Qie 10th as ex- 
ecutive officer. 

Prior to a^nning his {absent 
duUes, Col. Case was Preident 
of Ihe Reserve Camponents 
ANACWJTRA Evaluatiom Board 
at Fort EuatJs. 

On his lart tour tf p'm Story, 
Co| Case eommanJed the. 14th 
T in fr<Hn ^ov. 1062 nntn h de- 
activation last March. He, came 
to Fort Stofjr fRKtt 9 Qire^year 
toir wto U. S. Army Alaska, 
wliere he -took |art in ttoee cold- 
weather exercses. Dmim this 
tour, he arved as chief of plans 
and programs, <yt ai^ more re- 
cently as chief of coaafcat devel- 
opments. 

Ilie Battalion eomq^M^ en- 
tewi tl» ^rvi<^ in 1942 ;^ Balti- 
more and was coomiissioned from 
the Chemieai Warfare Officers 
Candidate School in 1943. 

Col. Case w^ ^^ed to In- 
fancy and later to tbe Trana 
Corpi. During World War H he 
served w^ a harboreilift com- 
pany in FlcMida and later saw 
duty in Ekiglami. 

In 1044, U. Col. Case served 
wiUi a traffic regulatmg battalion 
in Europe, followed by duty in 
the rail traua^KKrti^n office, 
Bamberg, Germany. 

Returning to tl» U.S. in 1947, 
Col. O^e served five years with 
the oveirseas supply divkion in 
New York. 

During the K<wean conflict, 
Case saw dirty in that country in 
the transportation action, Com- 
munication .^ne. 

While serving in the Office of 
the Chief of Transportation, 1954- 
58,, the new b^t^on ajmmander 
worked on the lo^^p program 
and on ti« consfructbn of Air 
Force Dewline sites, tte vital ra- 
dar eariy wiuning system. 

TTie CblorWo^rh Caa is a 
1968 pnKlui^ <d the Cojnmand 
and Graeral Saff College and is a 
Care®" iLogBte Offi«r. He has 
wrk>ten a muAer of articles 
wh«h have t»en pui;^^ in 
ptt}fessional m^toy ma g a anes . 



^^1^ ^^ I hi. LeotaCwol 

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, fkgkA. fron and 



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^ach (M^ Is 

amac^i %C. — Ca4et 2r^ 
U. Lar^ J. Smfiii of Vki^nia 
B^ch fm bten mamik ^ii4ic m- 
ttfrnatka ofSkmai.X3miomm Cilr 
le^'s f afflM» Perditaig Rifles drfli 
te«n. 

The iwsr&mBi^osieam has be- 
gpn poK^ttce MssMnis which M is 
hopcid win brii^ ^^fcry to Oma- 
$(m for U^ te^^ consecutive s^ear 
in the ^mntii R^imemal Dr^ 
Me^ next spring. 

The unit'a fint tomal appea*- 
anoe of tt:te semoa was madb laii 
week during Q» Apple PesUvsi 
at Westminis^. 



Cavalier 
CAPERS 




PRINCESS ANNE — After 
just two weeks of school, sum- 
mer seems like a fond memory 
of leisure. Oat of the brighter 
aq>»:ts dt a new 
school year js 
the bcnnnn^ 
oi the Mbm 
se^on. Chalie 
Carr and Fred 
Gray are the 
19 6 3 co^ap- 
tains of PA's 
foo^>all squad. 
tKe 1>43 
football scheJ- 
RosseO ule is Norview, 

Sept. 20 (AX Grarty, Sept. 27 
(A); Oiurchland, Oct 4 (A); 
Hamjrt<m, Oct. 11|(A); Osear 
l^ith, Oct, 18 (A); Deep Creek, 
Oct. 25 fhomecaning; Cratkxdc, 
Nov. 1 (A); Woodrow WiMn; 
Nov. 8 (A); Warwick, Nov. 15 

(H). ,....: ,. . 

Another important ^rt irf 
the allMc scmohi is the 
cheerieMers. Betty Mtartin uid 
Patsy Fox heikl this year'f 
afema..mm mmkm m^ 
elode: Snzy Bfaukeadiip, Pnn 
tCefber, Barban Coale^ km 
Richtar, Linda How^ Pirt bi- 
mm, BlijNva Wkmm^f^fs 
KMch, Kanto Amiemm, and 
Molly WUtt. 
This year. Princess Anne's for- 
eign exchange student hails from 
Norway. .\nn-Kristin Olson, s 
senior, k living at the home <A 
Ann Heflin. 

The recently elected offteei? 
of the National Honor Societ> 
are Jim Landis, presittent; Larr> 
Hightower. vk»-presktent; and 
Karaiy Gehman, secit&ry>treas- 
met. 

The Sti^dent Cooperative As- 
sociatk>n is selling season footbal' 
tfckeu fw $7.50. Thesfe re^rw 
tickets are good for home games 
only. 

Saturday, the Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 
is holding a bake sale at the Na- 
vri Amfmibious Base. 

Fire Calls 

FromiAon,, SapfwirfMr 2, 
Thnu^ Sun., S« p *e mbar IS, M 

9-2-63 — 4:32 P.M., Inhalator, 
23nl & Oceaa^R 

9-3^»-«:15 AJI., Smoke sca» 
3901 Holly Bd. % 

9-3-63— 5:37 P.M., Honest odi- 
take, 300 Blk. 17th St. 

«-543 — 11:56 P.M., Autwno- 
bik, 17th & Pacific. 

9*63 — 12;07 Ail., |3ectrit 
short drcuit, SOk & Mki^, 

9-10«3 — llrliS AM., ftika&, 
m Pinewood Rd. 

^10^ _ 9:40 PjM., Food in 
own, 8607 Atlintic. 

9-11-63 — 9:48 JPJi, J^dlk 
^rt circuit, 514 2^ Streli 

9-13-63 — 5:56 ijH^ iM^resa, 
700 Block 17th Street, 

9-14^ — 2:41 PJH., Trash 
can, 21st and Atiantic. 

9-14^ — 8:09 P.M.. Chminey, 
7flte 0<»an. . 

ft-15-63 — 2:» AM. fAtm 
slK>rt circuU, mi Blodk 3^ &. 

9-15-63 — 6:02 P.M., Sgn, iWh 
and Atlantic. 

9-15^3 — ^0:14 ?M., Drink 
bMi, NwWk >Kl. 




iee. 

Olbas aozvivi]^ ^ a daugh- 
kr,Mia C^roi Jean J^«ntis <tf 
Virgiiia BeMh^ a -m^. Joae^ 

mas J^ oi vHA^ «^^' <B^ 

«». ftm* fagBStew, Uth <rf 
faHa Chorefa, 

ftm^ JNt^eral tfam^ isp i^ Pb'- 
](^ ^1^ at, 3 p.ai. We^esday 
w]^ buiM in Ftueat Lawn Ceme- 
tery. 



MAMYSOm&ON 

md£HAym — mm. mo 

Caknoa Jolij^n tl, wife «l hb- 
vm T, ifikaam.M Sdle Itovm, 
dj»l m f^tthhaB^m Awowack 
MeoMSjjd ifa«Qittal in Niesiwadex 
Sept. 16. 

8he vtti Vm dai^iter of Ite 
late Abd .l^vaas CUcona and 
ColiHBM and a 
Warf. 

Sie is aacvivu^ by her ht»- 
bmd; a jxiq, A Co^te AiboKHi of 
NisBawadox; two daiifgifaga, Mrs. 
h. B. C<»nd of Loa .^os, Calif, 
and Mrs. GordoDlieai^ ot North 
Rtd^, Calif.; and ftmr gnmd- 
(^i^«n. 

P%dK|^tf»:3 w»e L. 6. Phi|^ 
H. p. fi. $ue if., William Clait, 
Wfiliam Parks, liu-vey GlMen, 
Finney I^^p, Joteu^ Nelson 
and Cfr. Wajn^ Ifears. 

Foheral service were comhict- 
ed art tiie graveside in C^unox^ 
Cem^ery tv tlie Aav. p. I*. 
^ri^ pastor of Beye I^tven 
Methodist Church, of which Mra. 
JohJ»on was a mesaibex, Sej^. 18 
ak 11 km. 

wmm H. BAi^R, flt 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Funer- 
id seryie^ for C^. lou^ Hos- 



ccmunanduig orricer or me Nw- 
folk Naval Suf^j^ Center's Chea- 
diam Ani^x, aaa Wilffimsburg, 
were held at the H. D. Oliver 
Funeral Apertmen^Frii^y at 2 
p.m., with burial in Forest Lawn 
Cwneterv. 

A nMve of NcHfdk, Capt 
Baker died Wednesday in Ports- 
mouth Niival Hospital. He was a 
son of Mrs. Mary V. Baker and 
die late Joseph H. Baker. He was 
yie hu^>and of Mrs. Frances Via 
iiaker. 

Mm Bwluatii^^Mi Mau^ 
'4i|fi School, he atten(^ Vir- 
^tt Polytechnic Institute and 
.'ou^k^psie (N. Y.) Business 
CoU^e. 

Ear^ io his busings car^r he 
jvis vice (jresktent ,of the family 
"irm, Baker l^txluce Co., and 
.«wi 1930 to 1935 was zone 
nanaeer for Ford MoUk Co. 

A WcMid War U veteran, he 
sras stationed at the Norfolk Nar 
m\ Supply Center and in Wash- 
ngton during and afto^ the war. 
tie took ccmmMMi of O^atfiam 
Annex in July 1955 and retired 
^rly in 1958. 

He was a member erf Free- 

nasofl Str^t Baptist Church, Re- 

ired Naval Officers Association, 

iciri^ratiMi Engit^s erf Amer- 

ca, Ruth Masoob Lodge 89, 

Norfolk Cbasistory and IQiedive 

Tonple of the %rine. 

, Brides his mother, survivii^ 

ire his widow, Mrs. Frances Via 

Baker; a son, Jose^ H. Baker 

HI of Norfolk; a duii^ter, Mrs. 

Qivotvc %. JoKs otf I^re aiKl 

two OROthers, R^ CarroN Baker 

of Nofolk and R. Harold Baker 

of Virginia Beach. . 

MISS LYDA D. CASEY 

, yymmA beach — j^^ 

I^d#.Di^a|i Case^, 84, of i014 
Mayfwvi«r Apartmefits, Virginid 
Beach, died Tuesday in a Vir- 
ginia Beach Nursing Home. She 
was a cfaMighter of the late Tho- 
UMs A and Mrs. Katherii^ D. 

^% native liwl 
if Vflhoflia Be^ tot Um fe&ri 



Oree b||i^ JameatJGEMKW 
l^vM Tc^ott ant N^han t(4» 
HO, attltf 

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UBHsnl sdmses wne MM 
J#Nhix« 2pj|. ASi^ielftnn- 
eial HonM. LyanNn^. 




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anl was a membw- of Fint Pres- 
byterian Church, I^yton. 
Survivii^ is a sister, Mra. W. 



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Fiicay at*2:30 p.m. at Everfuxn 
Qan^ery, Newport, Ky. 

TOLSON INFANT 

LonuLou^ Tol^- 
dauirte,.of %riy 

scm « V528 MaverKk &, Pnn- 
eess Anne Ptaza, Virginia Beach, 
^led Wedi^sday in a N<xfolk 







M- 



AKAOm/A 

Ueck BrodboU. 52, <fi$4$i^y 
A i:M ^.ih. in a Norfdc Eoa- 
phal. 

A i^^,<^ C^k^D, Aft ^ 
\m4 m Stt.vea foe v» past 
4^ ye£@. 9ie,lt(sidri at 705 
GteafeO Ave., ArsgcMia ViU^^, 

^^^ was dM widow (tf Ae hte 
Tho^Mi Bro&(M. - 

^ Jlorviytag are one dai^ter, 
Mri. Nwuft B. Carrai, << Vir- 
^lia QeacA; om son, Edward 
BrodlNO;Qiicago, 111.; wie sis- 
t«, Mrs. AffiM^ GckwIwD, Chi- 
cago. 

Fun^pal service wiH be Md 
Thursday at 2 pjn. at Simiele 
Eun^Bl HoB^ witt burial in 
Woodlawn Cemetery. 

Mnj>ll£0 B. KO^BURY 

Mrs. Mildred Blodgptt Kiiip- 
buiy, 66, of 716 DoncA Ave., 
Aragcma Village, civic and Amer- 
ican Leg^ A^mMsr^ leader, 
dM TliunKtay hi a N<Mfolk Hos- 
pHal. 

fiom in Lexington, Mass., she 
lived here eight years. She was 
the wife of E^l Wainwri^t 
King^ury Sr. and a daughter of 
Mrs. Marion Blo^tt tH ^WB^ 
ton aid fte lale Leburion Bioa- 
gett. 

She was a member of Congre- 
gational C&rktiwi Chur^ of 
Lexington and Worcester Salon 
Unit 216 of the 8 & 40, a past 
pre iwieot oi i^f^ioin L^im 
Auxiliary 129 and Navy Pest 
Auxiliary 297 erf Boston, and 
secretary of Aragona Gvic 
Le^ufs. 

Besides her husband and 
mothtf, surviving are two cteugh- 
lers, M^. MwTis Isbell of ^1- 
for(^ Mass.i and Mrs. Reil Berry 
of Lexingtcm; two ions, Eari 
Wahiwr^t Kinesbury Jr. of 
mA Rcmert Leburtdn 

, James Blo^tt of 
Columbus, Ohio, J(4w Blo^tt 
texMilon, Frank Bloi^ of 
Medftxd, Mans., and Leborton 
BlodMtt of Sao Die^, foiir stt- 
ien, Mrs. Ida Fisk of Lexington, 
Mk» M^ Blodgett qi Lynn, 
Mass.,< Mi:^ Grace Blod^tt erf 
Btool^line, Mass., anA MIk Mar- 
ion, filodgett of Jamaica, Long 
island, N. Y.; and 1 1 granddiil- 
drep. . ^ 
. A funml service was conduct- 

f'd Sunday at 2 p.m. in Simiefe 
'uneral Home, Virginia Beach, 
by rti^ Rev. Charles F. Pegram 
« Fembtoke Manor Community 
Oiurcfa. Burial was in Rosewood 
Memoml Park. 

Bayside Youth 
OhTttiirVia 
Ftancfe, Italy 

CTA|«P0RD, CAL.— James R. 
Chri^tenfien, Jr. of Ba]^<te wi@ 
among 1<^ indents who flew via 
jet airU]»r ^uday, to fitoilonl 
University's European canqiuaes 
in Tours, France and fl<»ence, 
Italy. 

Qiristeisen is the 'son of Col. 
mA MrSi J. R. Christensen, 2816 
Thorou^igood Drive. He wffl 
^udy at Stanford's Florence cun- 
pus. 

TWs is the seventh group of 
Stanford .^udents who will ^wnd 
a six-moitfht tenn in Europe as 
pffigt of Abeu' regular academic 
Wffk. One third of the Unlvw- 
srty's imdergraduat^ are selected 
for the overs^s stady program 
Iwfore re{»iveing a bachelcff's de- 
gree. 




«;^L-r i^ fti^ abOTt iw : 

^^ cMp jnd &Ke a bos to 
break a ^w he^Ai. 

w^^ixA f^s to wtk^^f' 

tb.o^er re^m &A to wiAh 

dbp ilk ope tfntfer in tt ' 
iMiat 0ii*re ^mha jfe, hot I^ gc^ia 
tdeviswn EVERY niglK that mo\^ Is ^owtof. I A HtMl 
w^ Memion #«^ 1^^ 6ut oil^ ^«e B^tt I wiU nuto a 
of it cv«i if it nakes me s«» iM k probi^ win. 
' I hear tell the or^i]u4 Qeo wi^ auite 9 hag erf tridts, 
was a s«eet^«teiiife Ittle gri 6ei^M«^ 
her ^ in n^Me Mmm « dv«t m etf^y. It) IWiMiv ^tH 
claimed ttat AntMiv was k»d^ with tmins,^ but Ik loots like a 
giaiias ^mpered to ttw |ir^ pCHlnying h«. I sb «^i^ Miss Taylot 
(^ Ae w^^--4io« citt jpeli (»dl iriiybe% Misi iHk> h^ 
fmir tinm?) stands to make about seven miHMi S^us ,(»d dC Wk 
pkture even if it just breaks evra. Mr. Birton w«fcfed Xtx a fhtt 
((QUier d a niMni. If Ais Mi't ^ Highest pay e^r awarded toft 
co«^ of nuMrable swcwiens of humanity, mm Ftl take dte vei. 
I wMi CftrtftiM Keeler would get in toucft^^e^ily caused ^ 
ateraaticMiM utMroar, slid ceased 4b dom^ftO erf a eCmnet mini ' 
vn^i.riie vbea Txfkiif% sidar^ scale, sbe'H flip. %e's hei^ wc 



Books Tdll OfChrUWllr 





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"Fofv* % iD-eowimr^ M Hi 
?ietefiM an liorC-Mvc* . . ." 

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tHk wUck ii mMm wtid 
far iti taafevtfy. 

MAESTA5 hXWER^ IpME 




pqgw yOB& — Many xtMdMts 
of Vii^iinia ma^ have 'MriBauare" 
sta^^ away in tiior honi^ m 
t^ fo!^ of boqki, perlainii^, (0 
the Civil Wiff without ?^nM% 
it, says the author of a new vol- 
unu 00 Civfl.^Vfa- boc^. 

The Centennial of the War Be- 
tween the Stj^es bm created a 
b<ym in hundrsda. of i)OQ|u |>e^ 
talniM^, wz^nm vaskte^ ^ 
or pul&hed ffd^pik. accord- 
ini # rJ.ohn Ut^ms, whose 
-Boofe Rebtog to the Civil #«ff" 
h^ ,jjui^ con^ from tiie press 
(tiomaa t<^off, Inc4- 

U^^mm says ithat hofi^ which 
had %em ga^ring ichiston deid- 
ei^' shelves* or iA ib^emei^ &c 
atU<^,of IndiyidiHils have unex- 
pectedly become "collectors' 
items'* and are s^'utg M pru^ 
far alMve th<»e prevailing a few 
years ag). 

^ ifpck, whk:b eontaias abwt 
4J06 livings of i9fc« tban $J3Q 
hidividpal .M^f £jl%|. 4te^ prk^ 
ral^ a( ^a^imi^wnes vsOu^ at 
$^ & lime ime sold M re^ in 
rec«Mj^€^. 

I'cr exaxvte, a Mnfber of r^- 
UMhiaJ ami similar military <wt- 
fit Jii^ries a^pcMted wkh V^- 
gfiiia are cyn^ntty.in .heavy Se^ 
mand. Weitam cUes Wlllbin ^. 
MmmaW* "A Hisioi-y of tiie 
'lUurel Br^de, Originally the 
Ai^ ttivajly of ttie Anny 0! 
Notihem ti^i^ it Chew's BJ^ 
ie^," pubJMMd in 1^ aiMl now 
vidutd M.^ m def«otlvt iCi^k^. 
liioiighi pi^dttih^ 4a Sakijii^fb 
the Imk^ is oi «4Klfic ^^i^lnla in- 
to^. T. i. Malm's 'l^eounis- 
e^ici|s of tile FiarsL Com^ay <d 
Richmond Mowitaeis," printed in 
Ridunond, is selling now at $50 
a«|^. . 

i^^al iKxria reiitij^ (0 4toe 
CM War and asSodatod with Vir- 
giha ii$o are curr^iitly tarlnghig 
fanqr prices. Alex H. H. ^lart's 
"Narra^ve of the. Leading to^- 
dente of the Organiratlon of the 
Firrt Popular Movement in Vir- 
guua-in 1065 to ClgabHri} p»^ 
M RdMi«nS;Bi^ween Ibe ik^M^ 
em and Southern States," printed 
in Richmoml in 1888, is valued aA 
$^to$!». 

Especklly U^ pfkM wte mm 
asked for tiie scarce Confeder^ 
imf^i^. For example, an tm- 
boui^ sgmA c^iim^ 'Mmmm 
of tte President,; .to fha. tt^ 
aivi Senate of Ite Qqd^^e^^ 
Spates . . , Feb. aih 1«»," prinl- 
ed in Richmond tt^i year, 1^ a 
ISO. rahjMion. Forty ^^^ Js 
aiA»d fo A copy dt..'tlittdwe 



ybMl lor the VmM OtSkm 
of the Confedenle S^ia Aas^ 
iMAiied inJ^ettmona in 1663. 
As^^m f^aMem^ imprint 
"AeH of ti» €l«i«^ Aatam9 of 
the ^ate of Vl^Mi • ■ • OidM 
^isi^ 1863 . . . a^ . . . Simim 
of M0Hi" girM^d ht tk^iiffinii 
\n 1863-64^ Is «ihlld tt |1». Si- 
wird A I^te^'i '*l%e Ri^ Ad- 
PirMnrMu: Ric^jBead and 
Warden vr De€«^)er, U9aU* 
puMiAM in Riclai^nd ai 18H S 
worth $35. 

t^ sttftor of. the new f^ifed 
dieck mk^ ^ hpob rfK# 
Uncpln apd GeoersI Rdiert £. Uk 
are atw in i»xv^ deuund «t jrad 
i>ribes. l^lMse, a iimm,^^^s^ 
writer on "The Atlairta i<k.) Joi^ 
toA, Is himwU a (kAkxbm. 




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VIROINIA BEACH— Opena^ day actrnv erf 0ie Vupni*; 
^ch YoudI FootbaD League saw a full date of tiw pa^i ocm-; 
leted wMi 3 panm in the 6-in8n eircuk ani 2 gam&i m tte 8-gu» 

n tenei^n wim in die midget 



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s: 

The Chai^n of tibe 8-inaii 
lo(^,l^ by Jerry Chaplain and 
Moe Walcott, dump«l the Prin- 
cess Ani^ Plaza oomMtf S3 to 

Iq, in ^di ja iipu^- 

..liaiyqp ^^i ^^^ 

, „ thanaelvJA ^ ^ ^ tiift 
teams to beat in toe jr. foap. 
Honicii Edgfrf^M Dtvik 

The HoriMts scor^ on two 
quick touch(k>wns by K^my 



CQWSiffRINlS 

Oftt, worn-out fMling due to col<h. 
STANBACK'S coobinatitMi of mecU> 
cmlly-proveo ingredient* reduces 
fever knd brings comforting relief. 
Use as a gargle f pr tore thrcMt due to 
colds. Snap badk with STANBAOC 



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Mike Triptow and 
Ml for an opening da^ 
14 to victory over the £avw»t 
Blue Devils. Johnny Jduuson led 
the Devite. 



TS 
NORTHAMPTON 

KEfflfffSVILLE — Union-K«n|»^ 
viHe 800i«d two taadbAsyma is^ 
the fiisft five mlnikes aid one iif 
fteJiit iMP^^to defeat Nortbr 
.1, 18-7. Friday 





A $>-yJr^ iHifis from Quafter> 
back Leon Walte to Dave f^tee- 
man and the return of a p«^ in- 
teirc^itton 45^ards by Kevin Hol- 
laway for a touchdown ^ve th0 
Tigers a 12M) lead in &» first five 
minutes <^ play. 




City Teams 
Losft dns 

vnifiD^ BEACH — Ciiris 
Hanson i^ defendli^, champion 
Virginia Beach to a 26-7 victory 
(wer EttjuoWn in a ttiMrict One, 
droup TWO fooftriOl <^ntMt Frt- 
day nigW;. 

^ Hanson turned in a superlative 
^^ttijrnani^ with three long 
Tuns^ eK^ resulting In a S^iliawk 
touchdown. He lan wild in tije 
ftr^ halt cfa^bng fxp scoring 
^islMS id tl, 86 and 72-yard rum. 

PoqttEW» 0.0 7 0—7 

Va- Be^^_^._ 6 14 6 0—26 
^^8— ffenfon 71 run <«m failed) , 
^^~-4iaB^n 86 run ^ansm run) 
VB-^Hanson 72 run (Oaplin-Tar- 

kenton pass) 
VB— |ik^ 53 run <run failed) 
Poq— 'Mo(u:« 3 run (Parks nm) 




IMPORtAMf 

REGISTRAR'S NOTICE 

NOTICE OF REdlStftAtlOh 

V - ■ ' 

GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 5, 1963 



To All Qualified VotCTS of Virginia Beach Burough or Qty of Virginia 
Mkh, Vlriihia 

TAKE NOTICE, That I shall on the 5th day of October sit at my office 
at City Hall Annex, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 pan. for the 
purpose of relisieriiig vdl^rs, ifiis beifl| ItfiK list Bay ^bd iAHy liliiM 
application to register before the GENERAL ELECTION to be held on 
the 5th day of Novembet, 1^, as prdviffe^ by law. 

imM J. White 

Registr&f- f # Tl BiiatR Burough 

dated this 24th day of September, liKiS 
in Vu-ginia Beach, Vbginia 



C^ris Hansen X31) breaks away f<v a 75-yard run to score 
a iouphdown for the Seahawks. (Boice Photo) 

Toum^ 
feept28- 

VlRGtOA BEACM— "T|e Vli^ 
ginia Beaeh ^i^e^s CSubJn ooo- 
Jiinction with the City of Virginia 
B§ach wdM finnduct it's Fourth 
Apual m ^ter fl^d^ Tottra- 
IflftSnt fi^iis fife surf and piers at 
Virginia Beach, Saturday and Sun- 
day, Sei^n^t)^ 2ath jmd ^th, 
1968. 

This evenA is open to the public 
and there is no entrance fee. Con- 
testants are required to register 
prior to fuiUng and may do ^ at 
eitter 4be Vir^nia B«ach Fishiu* 
Pier, ISth Street 4k Oc«ui Front 
or the Williams Steel Pier, 2nd 
& Ocean FroM. ^each Mai^udis 
wffl patrol the fishing area, whith 
extends from the Fort Story fence 
at 89th ^reet on the north to ^e 
Camp Pendleton fence tQ tiiQ 
soi^. The inland waters of Rudee 
Inlet, Croatan Bay and Owl Creek 
are also eligible fishing areas. Fistt- 
ing will not be penmtted from 
boats. 

Hans for fishing each day will 
be from 6:00 ajn. to 6:00 p.m. for 
aU species except Chanod Bass. 
Ttit hours for the particular si»- 
cie will run frona 6:00 a.m. Satur- 
day %ough 6:00 p.m. Sunday, to 
give l|ie anglers a chance to <M.ch 
this baUling beauty during the 
ni^ hours- 
No restrictions are imposed on 
fishing tacMe,or bait used but 
state regulatio«s regard^g tegal 
size and limit must be Observed. 
Illegal fish should be returned to 
the w^er immediately as a con- 
servfttidn measure. 

Two Grartd Tournament prizes 
will be awarded to the mide or 
f«nale angler Swrtii^ the great- 
est number <^ |>oints ami/or cateh 
the most Migible fish during the 
two days. Foot daib' prizes wHl be 
awarded eadi <i«y to the lucky 
male and female Ci^hing the most 
eHgUDle fish and also to the male 
and ieriMde scoring the most 
points. Special awards will be 
ma<te for the larg^ of specie 
and outstanding <a unusual catch- 
es. Awaids will also be made to 
contestants for outstanding catch- 
es from the SURF. 

This tournament is expected to 
attract tourists from all over the 
coui^ that spend their fall ya- 
catiMis at Vir^a Beach, "The 
World's Largest Resort City". For 
further information contact Vir- 
ginia Bea0h Anglers Oub, P- 0. 
953, Virginia Beach, Va." 



BARltMI0IH9ON 

VmClNU BEACa — The 
Barry^Rotoinson Rangers opened 
their footibatt,aes»>n Friday after- 
wwn by swMnping the Tidewater 
Ac^my Mmner^ 40^. 

After an opening quartd* 6r6 
tie, ithe iRangers ran the score up 
with the aid of sevenfl spectacular 
runs and pass pi^i^^u^^ack 
JUnior Duiigea pWched oi^'wfSl 
Kpwce, who sprinbed 22 yards 
for the tie-breaker. Mike Feiffson 
then took a reverse handoff l6 
yards for % score jto, make it 20^ 
at the half, Barw-Robinson. 

KELLIUI 

HAMPTON — Floyd E. Kellatp 
of Virginia Beach ruined Kecough- 
tan High's foatiball debut here Fri- 
day night with a 12-6 victory over 
tslw Wi^rioES. 

Kecou^tan opehed a 64) le^ 
in the second p^iod when south- 
paw quarterba<i Tommy C^l€*t 
tag^ end Alex Cmie fra* a 3-1 
yard scoring aerial. 

Rellam 6 6—12 

Kecough'tan 6 ,0 0—6 

Kecoughlan-JConley 31 pass from 

Catfcitt (kick failed) 
Kellagi— 'Roz^ recovered fun^e 

in end zone <run failed) 
Rellam — Rich 35 pass from Morris 

(run failed) 



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by: Hank Wieand Bowman 

WklKN^ ^iidance, unlnitiMed landlut^sers «t a^ Ift hii|g,«9 

outboard on the back of their new b<»t, hop in, take & winrl 4a iiie 

lake, l^ye their, back teeth nearly slapped out and deckle tioi tf 

this is !K»ating, they'll stick to horseback riding. j,. 

Even some pe<^e who grew up wifli saK in their hms ^iL 

thehr sunglaases think 



spray on 
that taking a b^iag is a pa^ of 
boating. Bk U isn't so. In deiehse 
Of fdl On millmis of inteUigeDt 
and happy boatmen. I «II( say 
categodeally they are noi disbo- 
ehists Mi^ Utae lumj^ and bruise 
-4hey just know how properly to 
hang an outboard mot<H- on the 
backs of their boe^. 

Thai's right. An improperly set 
up motor on any boat am make 
the thing handle worse than an 
Bl-terapeped hoi^. —Or to the 
other extreme, wallow like a 
water buffalo. 

, iNo one is happy very long witii 
k boat that alt«i»tely lifts its 
bow and sliqxs it down into tlM 
water again with a dtttronome- 
like rhythm, "niis seesawmg action 
is usually r^terred to as porpois- 
ing. 

Ifs gen«^3( i^tribttted, to in- 
correct motor angle or to mud) 
wef§Kt in the stem of the boat 

If your own boat has a tenden- 
cy to porpoise, decrease tlw motor 
an^ thai is, move iQie lower ujoit 
closer to t^e tranaom of the boat. 
Every outboard motor ha& some 
means of tramom angle adjust- 
m^^^kt nok^ or s»ip§»l- 
ing pit hole i^^ittlitf^s iil i 

MgllHt 

Mt. IKh 



PRINCESS AliNE 

NORFOIiK — Princess Anne re- 
pined its football bearings Friday 
night and flsrttendd Norview, 19-0. 

Knocking reeling in its own op- 
ener by Great Bridge a week ago, 
the big team ui red shirts was in a 
mood to do some spoiling 49 sec- 
onds before the end of the half. 

Two more touchdowns weje on 
tiie Cavalwr ^e of tl» scoreboard 
bltfore Norview had its second 
fast down «• ran a play in Prin- 
<»ss Anoe tofritory. 

0'6n*n In Form 

AU" three touchdowns came on 
runnmg plays which is unusual, 
making it two weeks in a row 
that Buster OSrien las failed to 
connect with a scoring pass. Oth- 
erwise, though, the senior quar- 
terback was quite himself. If any- 
thing Im ia a letter runner and 
a more a:^te diagnostician of 
defense tiian kst year. 



COX 



CHES.^'EAKE — Sophomore 
end Jini l#wreiK>e Mored all hfi 
team's p(riiKs Friday night to leid 
Deep Creek to k 14-0 win over 
ftank Cox Ifi^ School. 

Lawrence scored op a ^y^rd 
pass from j<^iarterback Dave 0n- 
derwood ik ^ first period to 
take a 7-0, lead.. 

In tte s^coi^,flpater,Lawrew% 

ran for nk» yanis.4Bul a touch- 

-, down dunu^Qg a S^yard driw. 

Both ol ^mvi^'fi 1^1% kicks 

were ^xmL 



PLAZA RESULTS 

RMm Sink Knights 

The 'RanM (^ned the 6-man 
football action witb an imprassive 
win over the Plaza Kni^its 29 to 
O. Led by the all around perfor- 
naance of Pete Thomas aiwi David 
Winecoff, toe Rams scored 3 
times in the fir^ half and then 
hung on for the win. Defensively 
the Rams were Spearheaded by 
Gary Browntee and Steve J<An- 
son. 



DMnehs sM> Charg«r» 

The Demom coached by Buddy 
Otte choked off several Charger 
fensive drives of Uieir own for a 
threats, and managed several of- 
21 to win led by Kenny New- 
som and David Goldshur the De- 
mons had to much poise fOT the 
youni^r Plaza team. 

Jaguars Sink Mariners 
TRi fl^ess Anne Pll% Jsflf- 
ll^ sccfed early in tiie ^d pe- 
riod ,awi tiien gave the Mariitw? 
2 jxants in the 4!tti period and 
won 7 to 2. The Jaguars were 1«J 
by Mike Branick arid Richaid 
Adami. Miitt scored the only 
ta|ctidown of the fanw on a bril- 
liabt 60-yard . ^Jta^e'. 

, Co^'s (teepest leneir^ti^ W^ 
lOjthe Deep Cr^k ^ard*ne 
wjlh five mini^ r«ri^^j«g in 
tl|e Oiird quiatek Un<ferwQdd 
cteiD^ed 10 of 15 ^es^ f(V 



-^._^^-_^. — thean-1 

nuaA DCki ilART wiQ be h^ in 
FrefoickAurg Satur^, October 
12 MUMter tSe sponior^^ of the 
Fredericksburg {l|pp^ipy^oci 
Cl^tt^ lilak Wal^ I>e^ m. 

ItkitJK^ iel^ us thai wfien ioi 
White Man settled in Fredericks- 
buig he brou^^ine hunting 
dogs with him. Im IzKlhwis,, a 
c«pk£»df^tifln of 32 ta'^^es under 
thf^lr powerful Chief IH)whatan, 
w.yted to ob^dn »Nne of the 
dogs. The continuing warfare be- 
tween tiK Ckitottists and the In- 
dians coined to make this ^- 
possibte. The lilAaAS^ on the <^ 
er h^, had valuable fiirs,, Ji0 
and other articles that the tWifte 
Man coveted. The White Men and 
the !&idikBS, after several meet- 
ings, decided that ih6y would cte- 
clare a trilCf for one day of each 
year f (u* the pirpose of tradins 
with each ofiiir. The first tru<^ 
witti Che fiidianS was agn^d in 
the year 1698. Thus, ^ t)OG 
MART origtti^ted. "Tliis was perr 
haps tlM only timo ia Ws^twyitoft 
two ni^Tutg factions 3^,4^wh. 
toeir arm^ on Recount of a<PN)|! 
"hie ort^m^ tfuce wtf .|B]gn«d 
with tte Pamimkey ftidiJins and 
they, under tl^eir preseiH Chief 
't. li C^, «)ntinite to this. ^ 
to t^Ee i^stft iQ the DOG Mi^T. 

Tl» DOq MART -Wili ^a|t ^ 
10:30 aan. wift a pahlde thrwi# 
the business divert of dqwi^own 
PrederickAurg and end at ]j4auxy 
Sdiool Sta«pm. Th^ partidpairts 
in the parade wifl consist of own- 
ers and their dogs, horses, ponies; 
bands,- Indiam and others. 

The prindi»l feitua of the 
MART is the dog auction. Dogs 
are sold, at no cos4 to their own- 
ers, for as IMe as SOc and up. to 
$50. 'The owners range in age 
from 8to 80. Dog^ of ^ breeds, 
purebred and mutt, are shown 
and auctioned. TTie MART ccm- 
sists of coirfests of varv)us kinds 
—hog callmg, old time fiddters, 
fox horn blowing, freckle. The 
K-iNine Cjjrps of D(^. from the 
B)lice Depart^oent, IUcton»nd, 
win peri onn. The MarAhoac Bow- 
men Archery Club of Fredericks- 
burg will l»ve an exhibition of 
lodiei^ .Tl3enEuwiJU)e trained dog 
acts. Indian dances and di3)lio^ 
and sale of IwSim ware. At the 
Siadiim there willjbe food booths 
wlwie one may purchase hon« 
cooked food. 

The iHiblic is d>rdiflly invited 
to vist Fredertelabttrg. Virainia 
cm Sjrturday. Octtir 12^ and ^- 
tfnd "AMIGA'S MOST UNI- 
QUE E^TEKT*. the DOG MART. 
Adniaion is ^.^ ^ 

Fnillwr tnformaQ6n jrt)out fie 

boo MA^ may b^ O^aiittd b^ 

wrfting ^ Inforp^sp Ce^. 

^ftd Princess Aime ibeet, piid- 

Va. 



quadrant ^pe lincket 

Try bringmg ti)^ moUir iii, first 
one, then two ad^astaienli. fM 
will Imng ^ bow down and wQl 
usually stop the ,9i#pis£ &6tjKm. 

Nl ^ same tidit w^ wfll flftd 
that tl» boot wffl TOunee ot% 
plane without i^ra^Iuig ted i^- 
'11 suddenly find, thrt it has ,j^ 
creased gunqitkn mt pol]^ 
water skier^ . j 

This motor-an^e deal cd^ woric 
to both extremes. If iius OMtar is 
tucked in too dose tp the transcmi. 
the boat can be«mie bow heavy. 
It will have a ten^enc^ to plow 
rather tium to plaoie, to buoy its 
n(»e in tiie turns, toss gne^ water 
all over its passei^ers every timo 
H encouirters a wave and on a 
straightaway it may Call off !• 
either skle so ,th^ (!)e bolt ^ 
refuse to run on an eva plMie. 

If the han(fimg charact«iittics 
of your bo^ fffl bto tUs categcnry, 
try moving (be totR^ lAit Oi^.a 
notdi or two and donees lil 
youll find th^ malses jffl tlMe dtf* 
ference in the world and yo^ 
probably pick up some adc^ 
Speed. 

Virgiitii ^mte 
hans ^or t^x 

PRE^CESS ANI^ — The Vir- 
gbiia Beadi 4-H City Couhdl i*** 
at tha Munidpal Court rtceif^ 
to make plam for the eon^ w 
ye». ,^ .... , „ ,_, 

Induded hit the yog a m) wtre 
officer tniniag l^s giwBi # 
Judge Richani f^Bam, Ifr. WK^ 
ert Stemikird, principal o^ 
Kenqttville Semaibaj Sc^oat 
and Mr?. Ruby Jeitt Phfllllli, 
>Iews Editor of the Va. Beach 
Sun-iNew^. . ;. 

Woody Turner, .pTMident 6f 
the CoancB, preyed owr Ibe 
meeting. The importance 
^M* of offi^ Ws^t 
t^^ssed by Mr. C. F. 1%, 
^cutturt) i(|ent,m tlpe dty. 
iCSs LtK^ SiMen^ HboA D«OMMa- 
ix^km Aient, knularsed tile 
meting. 




^kild <i I^r^ors of th Birdneck 

POmmpftty L^agde^ its 
erlty md^^g Tliurlc&y Utiie 
iK^ of ^dent. Pmin# S. 

Cook- . . .*.* 

'n« Boald Adopted a lesohkHn 
Bvcfinl ^ wnnmsim. Of mm- 
Senil ^e4i^t| iifi Ih^ t^.' 

C6nsider>6l9 (O^uaitOQ itiilPuK! 
re|ardih| ffie f>otra(^al Juoar^ of 
childrefl inviding the j^ dlirse 
within tii|e '^driedfe^j^jirea- 
It was dedMJoq to w3^^^ lesi- 
d«ait rwpieatii^ eo-oi»ratioB in 
the matter. 

The Board v<^d to dom^ ^ 
dfiM .^mounts to ^^VMiml 
Beadi B^cue $(H»i Sei^ V<^ 
unteer Fke De^af^nt and the 
Oceana VOhurt^ Ftre D^^- 
meW. ^ , 

'pK questtoa of dovdb^^ an 
appropriate eiHrance st^^i^ itsr 
Binln«£k Poi:^ m Oriofei Urive 
was t^ed pend^ letifin by pro- 
pel^ owners tf Qie etttTanoaH 



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Cameo Hom^ 3 

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Team No. 9 * 2 

T^m Ho. to 2 

€|rr's Flbei^ 1 

tx)uis M<^ Co. 1 

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MUSEUM ADDING 50 
ART WORKS TO DISPLAY 

RICHMO^^D— The Virgbda Museum d !%» Atti «nMUice4 
tcxifiy thfit it a wis^a^ more tium 50 notaUe woria of t^ to its 
permanort ralteetfOBi. 

11» olqectt ra^e bom 4,00@-yewold ^^ptira ^^ttnettet lo 
(xnttemponuy AmerieM friifty. 

Anux^tiiffim are "Wimer S^rts <» a FroKB Onal^ by fte 
17th (>ntury Dutch |»inter Aert 



Vwi d» Necr, "ITie Finding of 
the L«j(»on" by 18th Century 
Frendi artist Hu6ert Rob^, and 
"Tin) D(»X}rs in AdMati(»! Be- 
fore the Mffiloima Witii the Child 
and St KfiAael'' 1^ Gk>vanni 
Battttta M<mm, noted 16A Cen- 
tury Ibdian pamta. 

Museum Director Leslie 
Chedc, Jr., who issued the an- 
nouncement, said the new ch- 
\&A&, acquired "after a careful 



Mi» T}»lffia j^tt^ (X)-stan 
with Kiric Doiidis and Mitsd, 
GayncNT in "Fot Cove or Mmes* 
wliich wcm Wechusday at me 
Beach ll^me and runs throng 
Satuitky. 



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4s. Asiatic goat 
46.Barter 
47. flower 
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Rose Shew 

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At Mariner's 
Museum Oct 9 

•r^EWPOliT |IEWS— The 27itb 
Annual Rose ^x>w of the G«rdto 
ChA of ^^:|^ik will be hdd ak 
Hw Maiin&B Museum in Newport 
Nev» 4H1 Oct 9-10. (gomes' ix 
ttie t«K>di^ event i»tiiefiuxrtii)g- 
toi Garden ChA. 

Tlw Siiow, idiich wffl attract 
Epie eothuaiasts from ^ parts of 
tbe ilate, is being l^d on the P^ 
insida for the tsfn/L time since 
1947, <iie one pvevioiMi time the 
evoit 11% be«i hdd here. List 
Shear's iRose Show was held in 
Franklin, ^^zgfate. 

Thene to <he Stow, in loe^ 
ii^ with its nuitktl settmfe k 
"llie Voyage of the fUises". Hor- 
tioAuTsd spet^neas wffl be list- 
ed as "Sea4xHne t^peaaores" and 
Qan artistic arrai^nneDlB w9 be 
caled "World Ttrf^'. 

TIk Show win be heU in d» 
Mi^eiun's East Grifauy, ttie moat 
xecoit addition to the museum 
building. Uausuad staqsii^ ^ plan- 
ned i(a the modem, air-condition 
ed gatoy, ineludii^ a number of 
a ppwiajate ^B^fi tcKm the ez 
t^ave nmseum c(dleoti(m. 

Ihe Rose Show wiil be a^esi to 
the public ^ no dttzt^ !finom 3 to 
9 p jn. on Oot 9, and tKm 10 a jn. 
to 4 pjn. on Oct 10. 

In adAtios lo the tradttknui 
rose display plvnwd for the 9iow, 
a special educatitHial exhtt}it, 
"ArouiMl the VixtM from the Ori- 
er^," will be presented by (he 
Ik^tniui hiteniafticNaad Gbapter of 
Fort Monroe. "Rie &MdA wiQ em- 
plueize ittie orimt^ ori^ of 
roses. 

TiM world's largest rose grower, 
Jackson & Perkins Nurseries of 
Newark, New York, are flying a 
sfexM d^lay of exhibit roses for 
the event. 

Ail amateur rose growers are 
eh^bie to eirter Iheir b^ sped- 
msm in the Rose ISiow. Ekiiries 
may be {Placed in Oct. 8 from 4 to 
7 p.m. and from 8:30 to 11 ajn. 
on Oct. 9, the <ky of the Show. 
Judging will begin at 11:30 ajn. 
(mOct. 9. 

Awards - 14 t^v& tropluea and 
the Gold, Silvw and iBnmze cer- 
tificates of the American Rose 
Sodety — to exhibit wtener^ will 
foe presented by Mrs. James Bkmd 
Martin, I^eadent of the Gankn 
Chib of Ykgiiiia, on Oct. 9 at 4 
p.m. 

Entrai^ must register for iaIH 
arrang«n«st dasses by Oct. 1 
w^ Mrs. Geor^ S. HanMns, 5(» 
CSiesapeake Avenue, Newp<xt 
News, at Ito. Robert T. Pierce, 
Jr., 35 Siannandoah Bowl, Hui^)- 
ton, Virgmia. 

Any wMitionai information 
M>out the 1963 Itose Show wiH be 
provided on re(iu^ by the Co- 
chainnen, Mis. Att)ert O. Goodaie, 
Jr., 107 Powhatan Parkway, 
H«iq)ton, aiKl iMrs. Arthur H. 
H<A, 115 O' Canoe I^aoe, Hamp- 
ton- \m 



survey ol, cwr nMA^" indude 
^me of the mc^ si^iM^nt ao 
quisitions the Virginia Museum 
has ever made. 

He said a number dt ihe addi- 
tions #eref gifts from friencb <A 
the Museum. The others were 
purchased from die Museum's 
Adolph D. and Wilkins C. Wil- 
liams, Arthur and Margaret Glas- 
gow and Jdm Barton I^yne 
Funds. 

A ]»eview sh<nvi^ Friday will 
prec^ the Grand Keepering of 
the Museum's permanent collec- 
ticHis on Saturday. 

The Museum has been cloised 
siiKX late August when the fam^ 
Mellon CoIl^titMi (rf English art 
ended its inteiiiati(Hiidly - ac- 
claimed, frar-nrnMh exhibkkMi 
which ffllwJ the witire Muscuhl 



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State ipeoc |<4f pet pupU la 
pttbfie demeottry aad aeeondtry 
•ehooli. My owa State of Oluo 
•peat $422 per puptL At the 
lame time, die ftptoditurt per 
pupil ia Arktifteti wai oaly $279 
and ia Miiriiiippi, $230. 

That mcaof that fine fouaf 
•dioUtI ia ttttei luch u Atlub- 
m aad Xtiiiikii^pii— to mention 
only two — are diicrimlnated 
agaioit; through no lauk of 
mk OWA, 4 ^i^^t who poi- 
Mf «o«ld Smmm r gmt au- 
cktf ^lyaidat iitb iwaU lerfa 
our NatiM maj^dc^tly Miy 

por^uy, 45« M audequatt 
traifllag. 

Vm, thoie who ety ot a 
**Mku ttke-oirer" an wieting 
their tetn and our time. Our 
tenl aatknal ttpeaditan lor 
edne«tioa ia ptMt $19 Nltiea. 
Tho- Himi gonh^noat ceu' 
^bam oahr 4^^ Ale. 'Oe 

^t, 



Ae problem gftwi. Te muit 
begia now to correct the lony 
dfficJWBCiM in our publ]< ecbool 
j^itoB. They wif aet dimp- 
|iear if we igaore theoL Tltey 
will oaly grow mora acute. The 
tuae hal cooie whea iIm only 
iatctwt which mu«t be latltied 
it the lattreit ol oar children— 
the latirat of dioie wfcni fu* 
tn(« ii dependca^ ^PM edv««> 



• UEOALNOnCCS 



VfA Wi, poce 541, 

anik in the payoMMt 




^mditor 0- 



It tte r^est d| WQEfeditor 
eu^d, m lUMmiiR^' Trustee 
Wffl sell 'at piblic auction for 
^h, at the front door of the 
City Hall bf the C?ty of Virginia 
ftpach, Vlrsinia, located in the 
9>{wgjh of Princess Anne, on 
l^embcr 30, 1?63, »t U:QP 
ifcon, the following property, to- 
wit: 

' i^ll tfrase certain IcHs, pt^pe«i 
or panels of laM, mthet ^IBi 
th4 buildii^ pffi, mAtnvAnMHS 
tt^etxi, lying, situate ana being 
m Lynnhavee pocpiu^, in the 
Ct^ of Vfrj^ia B<»adrViiiKin&, 
l^iwn, numbered and ttesipiated 
on Plat of Vfa^aia Beach Annex 
No. (2), dated July 31st, 1905, 
and reconied n^Map Book % at 
Pac H in Hk aerk's Offiee of 
■^it 0*rtof«iet^« 
Beach, Virginia, and 
desytated on said PUt as L^ 
toum|>M^ Seveflteen (17) awl 
fiyitecn (18), in Block Fiw (5), 
rdnrence to said plil beh^ h^«- 
by made for a mbrc partficular 
descriptkm (^jSaid telsk | 

ThU pK^imy B K4d wb^ 
to a tmt deed of trust to P. W. 
Acki», Trustee, <fat«l August 
30, 1961, recorded in tl» ^»re- 
said Qerk'i Offi(x in £%d Book 
701, pi^ 311, die bduice due 
to be announced at the time dt 
sale. 

TERMS OF yOM: CASH. 
D^OSIT REQUIMD: 
$500.00. 

P. W. ACKISS 
tHUSTEE 

9-24-lt 



• tmn,nofnm 



NOnOE 

Take m^ce tiiM <m OcU^r 3, 
1963 at 10:00 a.m., at Holt 
BukHc, IiK., 17th Street Extend- 
ed, Virginia Beach, Vii^pnia, we 
dtall expa«e to sale, cine. I9S7 
Lincoln 4 dr sedan, Serial No. 
WA40779L, sei»d and repc»- 
»ssed from Eug^ Ramsey, Old 
Vii^inia Beac^ |l<»d, Vu|inia 
B«»ch, Virginia by virtue, of the 
breadi of a certam Conditional 
^es Contract, dated Dec0RA)er 
20, 1961, in pursuance dt the 
Unif(Mrm Sales A& of Virginia. 
Holt Bukk, Iik;. 
,,21* & Pactfic Avenue 
Vbigbua' Beach, Viit^inia 
9-24-lt 











t--;^A--J-- .i. ^^^^ 





t ^y^ wQyipi» 



IftUSTSE^ SAI-i: 

PU^JANT to the terms of a 
ceruui 8^1 of trust .to ?. W. 
Aclfltf. trustee, dated the UA 
^y 61 Mutii, 1962, and teccHd- 
ed in ttK 0^!a. Office of die 
CiKidt #)urt of die Oty <rf Vir- 
giQll'fli^, \^^^, in Deed 



ConunnnMiMfc ^ ^rgMhi, In 
Ao dartrt Owe* of Hw amiH 
^It of ttw Cify of Vlfvinia 
Boadfi) on;4i« KMh ^ 9t Up- 

Helen Leary Wood^ iPiaintiff 

agali^ 
J. f. Leary, Principal Defendant 
md William N. Leaiy and 
ikvid hesiy, O^Defendants. 
ORI^I OP PUBLICATION 
the <^^^^ Slit is to ob- 
tain an a^Kibmevit of ceiialn 
rej^ esMe, mmeyed to tiie Co- 
Defendante in the City of Virginia 
BoRl^ Wimly as Mows: a cer- 



DID YQU KNOW? 

DOES COIUNERCIAL PMNTIHe 



Bifsiness C^^ ? W^ ii^ Annotineements 
foothurai * Bwiiwss Fmms 



Biipiii^ and ]^bMHhi| 

M Vfi Fir YMr Trip! 

VIRGINIA BiACH5UN-NPWS 

3108 Pasifk Anmif 6A8.2401 

'Acr<4sFwanieBank of ViidMa Beaeh^ 





BanNigk an Htm SaaXbim 
b^gn 4tt|d East of «M 

Gastern liil^e of 6izd 
laid UiK containi^ 
and b^g knomi as 
Vw. HC aid to adl said vol « 
(V tf nwlh ttereof tt 
itteiteyto tati^ tiM 
t^ fUWtiff for a 
d^ pwed by ifn 

And an affidavK having {Men 
ittiile and filed tNft «M'dH(iid- 
MVare ixm r^khnts of the Slate 
of \%^nia, ttetr last kS0li& post 
/^fld^^ being: 112 llcGlo- 
hm Sti^et, ^^kie, 2|4C. 

ft is ordtendd tliat pey do i^ 
pear her^ vi^n ten iW) d^ 
Idler due in^Mtion )i^6f, AM 
do whi^ BH^ be ne<»sary to 
pa^^aeir inl^est in ipi siitt. 

A Cgiy Teolo; 

j<^ V. FEtmaaB&, c^ak 

By: Gerald F. Williuns, DJC. 
Idwaid T. (Mon, m, p.q. 
2^ Pacific Avenue 
Vir^nla Beadi, Va. 9-i741U 



MMnAamptnn of' Vw i p n ii > n 
Am dork's Offk» of llw ClreiAl 
Covrt of «t CHy ^ Yiiiii^ 

lokh, on m m-df i b 

Iwnbor, 1W3. ' ^^ 

MAONUS H. -\^^H£3S.m, m., 

flaintii^ 
again^ 

nmijY E. wnm^B, 

DeteKtanL 
OROiR OF PUBLICATION 

The object of tiiis sutt is to 
obtain a <fiTOr^ ^ ylncuto mabri- 
monii £n»n tiM aild defeiulant, 
upon ttie grounds (d 3 yean s^ 
arati(m. . 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fitod 13)sA tl» defendaM 
is a Bon-residei^ of tbe Slate of 
Virginia, tibe iast ksota ^d of- 
fice address fie&g: 1^ Sc[uare, 
Noith Carx)lifta, 

It is ontex«d ^oK. ^ do t^ipear 
here within ten (10) di^s e^t^ 
due |N49licatkm limecd, atni do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her inte^ in this suit 

A copy Tiio? 

JOHN V. FENTRISS, Oerk. 

BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Bry<^s k Broytes, p.q. 

1309 taskln Road 
Vit^da Beac^ Viigunk 

9-104TIJ 



CemmenwealMi ft Virginia, In 
tho CImH Offlco of the Circuit 
Cour^ «f 1«e CHy ^ Virginia 
BHacli, en tiio 17th day of Sop- 

BfiRTHA HARPSK, Plaintiff, 

apinst 
LEROY T. HARPiai, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Hie object of tiiis suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce A V&iralp fSe^- 
monii, frrai tbe said defeni^tnt. 
Upon the grounds of three {3) 
y^s s^iaratiim. 

AiKi an affidavit baving been 
n»de and filed tIM the defendant 
is a non-resideot of tlM Bbaie ol 
Virginia, the 1^ kiwwn post of- 
fice address being: fiesf YoA 
City, New Y<ffk. 

•It is ordei«d that he do appear 
hexe within ten <10) ctays after 
due pulAcsti<m bereof, and tfd 
what may be neorasaiy to protect 
bis inteie^ in tliib sidt. 
A copy— T^O: 

X>HN V. iHNTRESS, Clerk. 

iBY: llaiy H- W|«Je, |^jp. 
Bty6^ ic dioyles, ^.4. 
136d lasldn ^oed 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 

9-lHT 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Tuesday, September 24, 1963 




^^24^1 FOR IMI^EDIATE ACTION 



BLSSEsTliv^Er 



30 Applianea SarvicM 



VAcmw ciMmm-^vprvt, 

SalM and tmnkit. VtmAfi ltf> 
ficient repaira. Pick up and 
deitnry. Phone GA 84222. 

Feel % tmmi iiip- 

Inc. 




31 BuHdlni^-Ropafring 



mew AfiD ffepiOR 'wobk 

rtim^i^ — liitti!^ 

Electtieid — Ah- CMd^ning 
FROKSSS ANNE FUUIffiING 

t%lw^0-2W> 



um.o^Nmf 



m ^Mp WtnM-FMnale 



Wttrted M iBeach, aettlid white 
ftd^ to live in and iielp caie 
•for Itoee annU drikh^en. Bx- 
eji^^ mSms. Very nice liv- 
faig condifikais. Phone llr. Har- 
Ms at J^&4i1M for interview or 
ftutlw iaflxi^tion. 



BEAOTY QPERATCHeS — Ex- 
poteioed, worked at teaat 2 
years. BM^nt working ocm- 
Attoia vsA ^xf. Write Box 111 
cafe 4tf Vit^nia Beadi &m- 
?^ews. 



liADIES— ^E^n Chriaimas moiwy. 
Full or {«t time. !No invest^ 
^nt. 10 d^lmy. and no <»!- 
l«c(ion. Ca9 '545-6708. 



43 ^aoltloii WantM—Nmala 



BABY srrmR^wm b^ m, m 

my iKWoe. Princess Anne PSaza. 
Phone 341-4843. 



uvSTOTcipiir 



70 



D0f»— Cats— OMior PeH 



COLU^— Pedteeed fenale. 10 
inraiQis old. f^ly vaccinated. 
Very goodwWi duktrrai. Call 
341-1265. ^ ' * 



MERCHANDISE 



MMOttrOISE 

fl-1 l -\ m^mtmkmm \ 



^ Lavn^rflMt Supplies 

TOP SoIl ^ F(^ sale. Located 
rear <^ Millera Discount Store 
S&b$i from 'ftincess Anjie 
Plaia. W. T. Hufchins. CaU 428- 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



101 Rooms WHMut Board 

l^aiX HOUSE 1K)TBL - 16th 
aiMl OoeasfroiA. Rooms with 
and witbout bath, $10 and 
•12.50 weekly. CmnfortMdy 
fun^iied. GA 8-9467. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



ItVApaHrtKnti FuWiWwd 

Baebekar ApattoMnt. AU utUiti^ 
included. Qentrally located. $75 
year round rentel. GA8-36M 
or 865-1947. 

1, 2. and 3 bedroom apartn^nta 
Fumislwd a n.d unfiimi^ed. 
Ifonthly and y^urly rentals. 
Cooper Be^, 203 lOtb Street 
Office 428-1330. nights 428 
6833 



Nice sSeepmg rown ror rent to 
ekterly working lady. For fur- 
ther inform^km call GA 8^7704 
after 6 pjn. 

110 Apartments Unlumishod 



22nd St., 416-^Upper rear apart- 
ment. Bedroom, bs^ living 
room-dining room combinaticm, 
kitchen, electric stove,* refrig- 
erator, hot wata* iwater. Water 
Aimkbed. CiAl GA 8-2724. 



Ill Apartments FMmlstwd 



FOLLY RANCH, 1400-17th St, 
cteaa. modem rooms, effici- 
encies. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ments. Reasonable weekly, 
monthly, or aimual rates. 



FURNiaiED or UNFURNISHED 
— % bedrooms,, living room, 
dining room. Water furnished. 
f 90 a month, yearly rental. 
GA 8-3680 or 855-1947. 



90 Articles For U\m 



a^IHES LINE POSm-|22.88 
dompteteiy ihatelled, heavy 
duty T posts, with fcHir lines 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA642^. Fuel, Feed 
k Building Supidy, lac. 



^pciyNCipNTS 



10 Special NotlMS 



lEMH? FOUC-STYLE BAIUO 
(|uaU^d tutor with pn^^iecmal 
badpgroimd 1^ t»cb |^ to 
play lb<e traditional 5 ^rii^ 
banjo. Hountaitt, fcdk aiul 
Blue^aas st^es taught Also 
Folk ®dt^. ©8-9168. 



IITrirt^rWion 



ATLANTIC -PACmC DRIVE- 
AWAYS, INC. — We will de- 
liter your car tfi t^ ItttV i^ 
dty. Bo^^ driteta. Ctfl eS5> 

oepi 

AUTOAMDTIVI 



BLpcnaC RANGE — 40-Bidi 
We^jn0«)use, 2 ovens. Exc^- 
lent conditton. $35 . Phone 
GA84«7. 



LADdSS GOIF CLUBS And BAG 
—Comj^te set of woods ^d 
hrons. Can be seen si, (be Goif 
i^op, I^ino^ss Ame Cmnftxy 
(3tA. 



ONE UPRIGHT PIANO — Excel- 
1^ ccmdttion. i^ti<pie cherry 
dn^rf^ tkde. Ailti<iue Turiy 
maple chest and inirror. An- 
tiqite love sert. Set of 'GiHinan 
china. For location, call 
GA 8-8430. 



HIJP— Rose, aU Wool, 12* x 15'. 
190 g«l- ofl tank. $5> GA 8-:@14. 



Houf(i^ Oooda 



AFftJANCES-^^ifis la good 
nt^d refrig^toi fewiar^ 
qui^(^ washii^ machines, dry- 
&iu TIrms to suit IQrtz ^Mr 
tX Oceana. Open 9 to 9. GA 



MOVING — Cattftel TV Zenith, 
ru|^, china, ftdi^ifte, odds and 
^ds. 110 5401 'Street. 



REFRIGERATOR— excell^it Con- 
dUion, recent 10% ft. modd. 
Sofa bed. Kttchen table and 
chairs. Call after 5 pjn. 
GA8-29m 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 be<bxxim efficiencies com- 
pteteiy furnished. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can funiish ev- 
erytiiing but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA 8-8050, GA 
9-9701. 

LARGE 3 rooms and bath, heat, 
lighte, and hot water included. 
Couple. $67.50. Call GA 8^647 
a^r 7 p.m. or all day Sunday 
and Monday. 

Furnished i>nd unfurnished one 
ko 4 bedroom bMnes and apar^ 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. Call GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



115 Momea—Fumlahad 

SMAiUL FUBN1SHID COTTAGE. 
Coupte or workii^ person. 
$40.00 a month. CaU 34&«328. 



117 Wanted To Ront 



We need 2, 3 and 4 bedroom 

homes and apartments. Two of- 

. fices witfi 4 full time rental 

agents to serve you. CaU Mrs. 

Olali at the 

NEW BEACH OFFICE 

4284110, nights 4284m3 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

I <inr i^ n>n 

1 24 Hemes For Salo 

BAY COLONY— Lovely 3 bed- 
room, 2 bath home on 100' % 
190' corn«" loi. Brick veneer, 
oU heat, ore bedroom Mr-con- 
ditioned. Immediate possessioa 
Finandng available. Owner. 
Call GA 8-2401 days and Qh 
8^01 ^ter S:^ pin. 



FOR SALE BY OWNER— Inve^- 
m^nt property. Large 2 story 
btoie on Pacific Ave. Id^ i» 
any type business ot re^tenc^. 
Very good condition. Qwn^ 
wUl be^ finance or wiU oin- 
si^ rental. Phone ^84483. 



REALBTATE R3R %NJt 



* .» 



124 Hevsot For Sab 



NORTH END— Virginia Bea(*. 4- 
bedroom, 24Mtth Cape Cod ni 
excellent location, (^uek pos- 
session. Price $22,750. H^m 
West, 341-3232 or 341-aW». 
Goodman-Segar-Hc^n. 

128 Real istato Wanted 



IM. with your neighbor for p»- 
sonal service. We need hiun^.. 
lots, acreage, anall farms, du- 
plexes. We take trade-ins, imo 
purchase e^ities. JU 8^1, 
nigMs 428-2164. 

Letha Fondroi 
WALKER REALTY, INC 



m 












MNM 

^ ^ ^•ftitl 

Clients waiting. We need list- •*!« 
ings. Two offices with 20 sales- 
men. Men*er MLS. CaU Rolanif ^ ' 
Hyde ii our 

NEW BEACH OFFICE 

4284110, nights 428-1490 

U^ASAN REALTY CORP. 



128-A Listings WantMl 



ResuMs — Action — buying or sel- 
in^ Free valuation. We know 
th(f Beach. List with us. 
BiU McKnight at our 
NEW eEACH OFFICE 
42B4110, ni^tts 428-7382 
LARASAN REALTY OORP 



.i:9f 






It 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



MERCHANDISE 



Ask Your Eye Phyridan About 

TRAYLOR'I 



.48 S 

oa-.s 



J0»9 



« W-»i 



3flTH STREET, 317-2 1-ibedroom 
ai^. H^ hot and cold water 
furnished. CaU GA 8-1800. ^ 



6!»JD STREET, 114 — Winter 
rates or year round. 3 bed- 
ro(Mns, w^ heated, attractive, 
fir^ floor, fenced-in yard. GA 
8-2712 or GA 8-1853. 



1306 BMiTK AVE.— 1 Bedroom 
witii «tll utUities furnished in- 
duding use of automatic wash- 
er. • Yeifirly rental. $90 per 
month. GA 84623. 



Located in the heart of <ihe beach. 
IteasoMft)l€, yearly. GA 8^713. 



Ocetn Court Motel Apartments, 
206-lOCh ^^MbL Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nkhfd. Also, 4-room apart- 
s^nt and ftlniished rooms. 
WiiCk from Biis SUtion. By 
week or month. 



1-2-3 room apartments. $75-$125 
montti. UtUities furnished. Sun 
Tide M(rtel. Dial 428-1828. 



2 and 34edix)om nicely furnished 
aparttneM. AU electric kitchen. 
i^ceUenl kxsAion. Reasonable. 
MA 5-3726. 



t$ ^^itemdMfoc For Solo 



XERCimY .-. Ifi^ Montdair, 4- 
door iUtltdp sedln. ^^tmt wA 
heater. EMoe M an t eM^m. 

GA8-aQ4. mo: 



iteBCURY— 19S7 two<lo«- bed- 
top. Rad^ jw^ffr, po^ st^r- 
ii^, power brakes and power 
windows. In exceUent c««ii- 
tion. Must be seen to be ^^ 
dated. Prk^ for quick sale 4I 
$«0. Ori! OA 8-2401. 



UJk^ HeifMrfor Sale 

i|i>»Hliipa turn Wi 



CXMtNtNTMr- liiat adl now; 
•IblBi all f^r fW. Ferftet 

o)n<^Hi. 4D' awp^ induced. 
Wm, win a^md. I^ofc 
a4ft-^L 



Jlitniture <A |U kis<^ ttph<^te!^ 
and refiniiiied. Free estknate^ 
i?«MonaWe ^c«. AutcHnobite 
seat cover% topi; and l^A&i^ 
ers aU eua^ n»<te ai»l fitt«L 
HUltop U^lstering Co., lOOO 
Virginia m«A Blvd. i^one 
^1797. We buy aiMl sp ftetr 
Mi Used Imiiture. 



RlK^— tel% Bwdeum for mwiy 
taam in t^ luHise. $4.95 cai^ 
ud carry tno iM^iA. WaWi 
ftiriuture. I7tb k Baltic. 




F0|^NIT#RE-MMi«st and 
t^B&, %^ (tesks, thdi^ 

Hir^ ^par at Oceana. 
§to».W^088. 

H^ build ^^i^ fiofBila) 
"i^ ymir ^Uar&--4^ ^1^ 



l«b Stted — 2bedroom steam- 
ti^ted. Suttabte for 2 couples. 
-Ri^»nable. Al^o 24lii St. 1 or 
2-bedroom apafflment for yearly 
rental. IteasonaUe. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-1286. 



CLMSiOED DISPLAY 
IhSTRUCTIONS 



^Pr^ M. Taylor 

^#ate Inth'uction 

Qif an and Piano 

464-3675 

Baylake Pines 



HABDIN SCFKX^L 

^Of Music 

yrimw Bwdte. M-wjIot 

313- 35th Str^ 



|^IM#«| ^lUGROVI 
^^i^Mon In 
l^|m, Accordion 
iU7-0M - 428-7727 




GATIWOOD PARK — New du* 
plex apartments bdng bulk lai 
sde on London and Wolf 
Streets. 

600 THAUA POINT BD.— 

DeHart Construction Corporaitwn 

oMstflas displav 



Virginia Boach's only 

milLO OPTICIAN 
1349 Laskin Road, Va. Boac|i 

GArica M«M 



/0-> 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



m.-- 



AUCTIOI^ 




HOMEOWNfi^ 

Rednce Your BOte 
Qt^ MoBtUy Paymeit 



AHOCNT 

$2000 
3000 



It XBS. 
FCa MO. 

122.22 

33.32 



15 rss. 

FEB MO. 

$16.88 

25.32 



T^ ftai| t^ SeeonA 

Mor^g^ge Services 
MA 2-9816 — 24 hours 



M. M. WALIiER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

^£foy Rmfid And Gutttrd Virgmt 
BeaA PerTbePsalO Y*m 

HTH OR REPAIR 

GA a-3369 



im MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 8I742I ANrriME 



PROMPT HOM5 FIN^6f% 

HOMIi FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
roo aousH araccr -' morpouc 

•0>4 VmOINIA •lACH BLVD. 
AT THOMAS eOWItIt 



REAL ESTATB 



BAY ISLAHP 

Tidewater's Fimst All 

Waterfront Community 

LOTS FOR SAJ.E 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE OQ. 
464-3051 Nifhts GAMm 



GET THE BEST 

HEARING 

YOUR MONE^ CAN BUyi 
CALL MA 7-1016 

Acousticon Of NorfoMt 

8 MONTICELLO ARCADE 

U 



- 






^V 



^am 



Repairs 

Commardal 

HoutoMd 
Rofr^ioration 

Lanndronali 
DMleis for Wcttfo^MMM 



•>! 



Electikai OMrtracfar 

W. C. JOHNSON 

322-17tii^nct 
VkgiBia BcMh 
GA8-4«71 



6 CHAMBERS. 



EXTERMINATOR SERVICE 



ADAMS 1^. 

PLUMBNQC^. 
fwvkv vii«Wi UiA ikia |fMt 

Pfumblhg and Heating » 
Repair servi-e and suppli^' 

warm air duct heating J 

C hrysler Air Gcmdifionlhg J 
BVDciKT Tmam a dbweud" 

WB SERyiCI! HHAT «« SELI^ 

41 6-1 7th St. - 6AB-6731 



PERSONNEL CONSULTANTS, INC. 

"NORk>LK'S OLDE^" 

418 LAW BUILDINO— 147 ORANBY ST. 

3253 Va. BesK:|i pivd. Princess Anne Ph»-^1.252S 

308 MasoaU tM^ Bk^^i4l 33i4 S^ Newport News' 

We Now Have Po^ms AvailaUe For Bott ^/kem wmk Weaea 

AccanMnte Se(^etark$ 

CItert: ^^pii*s (Mvit Jdanagers 

''AO Types of mm • Mce AiWiilsteative Aad 



■■i 



Virglnta »t^ SUN-NEWS, Tuesday, September 24, 1968 
P^e 8 



AAi^BdMfc* 



MASTER AUTO OPENS 
HFTH AREA STORE 



ttAZA— Master Auto Service 
Mi ttie Gnoid Opening of i4s 
nuBA More Monday and opening 
cemMQies wM continue tiirough 

Hie new stwre is the third 
]^r^sk 9i tiw iHU%nt sAote, locked 

Attending Monday's oeranon- 
fes were appnndm^y 30 offi- 

Your Social 
Security 

. ShouM disu^er strike and you 
becme so disabled that you can 
m toi^r work you should get 
in touch with your local social 
lecurity office at 220 W. Bram- 
bMon Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

K your illness or injury keeps 
you *t your home or you are con- 
fined to a h(Kpital just get word 
to your tool social security oi- 
{i(x and a representative will 
come to your bedside. Never de- 
lay asking about disaihility insur- 
ance benefits because ymi don't 
know wh^er or not you meet 
iiK requirenwnts. The social ^- 
curity people will find out wh^h- 
er you worked long enough under 
social Kcurity to be entitled to 
benefit. TTiey ^vill also tell yai 
wta* nodical evidence you will 
n^d to support your cblm. Delay 
m getting in tiwdi with the »>cial 
ieaa^ of fia abcwt ^ur ebgi- 
tsify for disability benefits could 
ienilt in 1^ of bme&IM to yiou 
IpM to y(Mir funily. 



cials of tite US RuMer and US 
Royal Tire Companies and dty 
offidak from Norfolk and Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

^tfiager of the new store is 
B^ fletcher; assistant manage 
is L. Ross Mayo. 

Master Auto Service Corpora- 
tion is owned by Sam Green and 
his son Archer. MASC has t)een in 
business for tlie past 44 y^ors and 
is the oldest tire dealer in tiie 
Tidewater area. 

In addition to its complete line 
of passenger, truck, farm and in- 
dustrial Ures, the Corporation spe- 
cializes in under-car service sudi 
as front end alignment, wheel bal- 
ancing, complete brake «rvice, 
shock absorbers, mufflers and tai 
pipes. 

Of Interest 
To Veterans 

Maurice J. Hunger of tiw divi- 
sion of Wiu* Veterans' ckdnos, a 
free service openrfed by the state 
of Virginia, will interview wter- 
ans and their survivore in Vir- 
ginia Beach between noon and 
4:00 P.M. on Thursday, S^tem- 
ber 26, 1963 at the' Alan B. Shep- 
ard Conveirtion Center, 19th a. 
and Pacific Ave. 

Hunger's Norfolk area office is 
at Suite 218, Professional Arts 
Building, 142 West Y<ffk Street; 
telei^ones 622-9671 — 0254170. 



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VOl. XXXVIH No. 75 



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Cmtract Auihormd 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIR GINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 26, 1963 T wo Sections - 16 Pages 

45 Chambers Contacted 



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The Pi^ Needs More Nourishment 



CHARLOHE BUILDER 
GETS HOSPITAL JOB 

VIRGINIA BEAOfr-Oeor^ D. &oc^, tt^idwii of Ac 
Oenertl Hospital of Vkgiaa ^mh, km amom&d ^akjtm m^kntst 
tor CG^trutXun of Ac mw hMpltal is to be given to 3. Al tma 
CoMtfuetion Co. of diwlt^te,^ N. C. 

T^ Ex«:utive C^amkbu of the BmkI erf Dkectom erf tibe 
ko^dM iMt ItoMliQr iMm»on to 



Wi, UMi authomed firooK to «i- 
t«r inio a contract ftv couiruc- 
Am of the hoQd^. 

Brooke hM vnmm tito Jones 
Comp«y of itte^ffli to tenter 



Pi^ier Drive 
Planned To 
Aid Hospital 

vmomiAmAcm — TheAux- 

mty to AeO^evri HupUal of 
Vii^ BMch wtt ipdiisor a pe- 
p^ Mve litarwi^ tlu nunrth of 
Oolebe itnting neiA Tuocbiy. 

Rwewds *om the drive win lie 
«a^ 4o pay for ateHKmdttkming 
mm to Ma pioeot iioe^tal bnilO- 
tmm ^tb Staieet ttiK} to equip 
Iha pedUMrtc aervk» iH botli the 
<4i| «m1 imir hoiitttid. 

Heidqac^^ K^ 4>e located «t 
taitf Stre^ «ad Atlutie Avmue 
te mtt im Meetiie C^li^al 
Sarvlce StitOm. Tt^ (ta«Mtf 
r^ B«iB4ii# to open Moop^ 
WeAMidi^ ud ftidays tcom 10 
^■i-^ «^ii» but At btuldi^ 
11^ Aft^oiatf file raminder «4 

tkmim ase «ked to bmde Oe 
im^tmi>m^ to ittntaiate a pen- 
aida itoe hastid, and l»ve tiiem 
il ^ tiead^iitefs duraiig the 
AM^^edtoini. 

A oHed oMflttng <rf tiw Auxfl- 
tn^a ^lei^ve board and com- 
nlitee da^mm wfll be held 
Mmdtr «t 11 s-m. at tiie 'Riim- 
4ea^ »Mix Ui$9t to compkfto 
0Km for ttw pro|i^. 

•in. P. H. Allen and M». Har- 
oid KeUm wffl ae-i^ aa «o-<j»ir- 

Four Yeiitlis 
Court Bound 



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VmOffRA B£iUM — Four 
yo^to Invirived tai a tnflk ac- 
ck^ witile al^^<^ Deeli^ a 
iw^ary mm» wSl app^ in Jo- 
^m^ axsA Doimtfc Retotiom 
Cam Tu^Ktey. 

PoUce i^d the four boys es- 
eiqwd Injury \v^n their <«r over- 
tiumd as tiffiy vwre ctiaied by a 
pab<(ri <»r «a^ THiescky. 

tte ^d^ boy was idmtiftod 
as ttdaid Paul Oavia, 18, of 
SenXbi Bird f^eck Jto»!. His ctMO- 
puAmi were 14, 15 awi 17 years 
of m^. 

A aaoiffty pstndnan tiAe^^msA 
poltee aftffl- to surpriaed the f «ir 
ymiAa in tto o£B(» of tie IUini» 
1^ BuflAi^ MMeiMs, Iw:., an 
"^msmy ^Nid. He fumMted poAks 
with a <teK3^^n and license 
Miflober <rf ^ or ttoy kA in. 

D^ectiv^ WHllam Cunie ukI 
€%iE^ A^iM aaw tto (»r invito 
souih pwt of Loadon Bridge and 
<^Med tt eaA <ni Inters 3^hk1 at 
9eeA up to M mij^ perhmK-. 
^le &«ng car f^^ied over wton 
ft trM to turn mka Firrt Ooto- 

^^r NEWTON, M8as.-4ilk*- 
ael C. C. Heiid, wm of (^. and 
Mw. IWiert D. Heinl, Jr., 2Vt 
5Srd St., Virgna Beach, Va., is 
eftroUed ^ Ito FesMmteo Sdiool, 
WeM New4Km,ftb08. 

Hie actaool opei^ la^ wi^k 
f<v M Ai^^at yelff with ^15 
abided tma l«e^-tti«e itatos 
1^ ten fore^ ownttiea, tit^oA- 
^ Bahamas torow^ Awdl, 
O^nMj^ to^^MMJj mnrr, IliTi 
•tt k^ to '^Wd^ MaSi ttw eo» Pm^ Wm^ Vouennia, tad 



Ceremony Mark 
New Motel Start 

>^RiGlMA KEACH — Ground- 
to^^ terMMmi^ Icn- a mw 
nodKB pea a Bfton t tao^ at 27tti 
Sirett ^ i^nttc Avmue wU 
bt Md to(^ It 10 aA. 

^ to ^0d «» Vttdag Hotel, 
M^^Mt wffl to biuK Iqr Oeoi^ 

. "v^i^ Bn(A m^ot n«* A 



into a cwtau^ for oinjtt^ttra 

of the ^iptel, «b^'to ^ ap- 

provai of tto Vii^n^ Siate De^ 

I»itaMnt of H^dth. Tto actual 
si^a^ id Ae contract wiU not 

teke place uotO ^rj^ O^rtw. 

with conMru(^ion to tofpn ii»i%^ 

ther^ter, and completion of Ae 
building in tto spiii^ of 1965. 
Ito new iM^itai is to to lo- 

d^d on tto Alairton ttoad, a 
little 1^ than a mto north of 
Hilltop m a ao^cre toKst contrib^ 
uted to tto hospital by Mra. Levi 
Old, widow of Dr. lievt DM. 

tlie b«^ buildbig wHl to cm- 
stracted by tto siiooea^l bidder,' 
J. A. Jones C(»i^iiction Co. at 
«to co^7a(^ price of 12,169,805. 
Ito architects for ti» bi^dii% are 
Baatorvflle & Son of Richmond. 
Ito m^ml con^ct win to 
for a hoqiM building to vs&ma- 
(We 105 beds, indudlr^ 70 for 
n»dicd^rgia^, 24 for i^en^ 
Md 11 foi- ii^idve oara. Lalni- 
t(»y and QlOm cstfnl fadlit^ 
kitoton md orf^aria, &p«nl^ 
aod di^veiy mosm «re <^ auM- 
<^nt oqiacify to M»onio(U« 66 
addition^ beds. In a^Uikm, 1km 
touMii^ will tove lamAaUkxta 
moAj^imiA aervioea adequite lot 
Mm^ txgm^sm to MX) be^ 

fttxdte tow au ^ f ea a ed aitfMie' 
^m md gmUAidi to Ku^l A. mn- 
(tar». AaiittBO of ^ Ito^iMd 
ftiflAiig Committee, and to lOl 
flMMhui of tto commMtee tor 
Va^ m^SB^ and \tiimim wait 
in itftaining Ae oonatmcttm atege 
of tto pr(^Bram. Ito atatoi Au^ 
ther. 

"ilie Iwr Ud is a(»aewitat above 
tto ^tins^ of a y«u- s^, tot 
we tove incorporated in plu», 
ceitato pro^Motf for future ex- 
panaion. It is nqr fe^ii^ ^is^d 
In by th«e aaoeMes (Aioady in 
toudi ^th Um proj«rt, tiurt: tto 
lower bids were favorable indeed, 
lliis, of course, is a soun* of real 
^^Uficsrtion to us all," Brooto 
said. 

Whoi tto hospital Is complied 
knd fully equipped, tto total cos^ 
will to in ex<^ of 12,600.000. A 
grant of |1,^0,000 for ttie h<^ 
I^tti tos been earmdrked from 
mB-Burton Federal Funds. The 
r^iudung cc^ masi to raised 
by pl«j^ from privs^ subacrib- 
a:s in |n«vious fund raising cam- 
pai^is. 

ftooke poli^ out tih^ "As con- 
rtnuMon b^lM, payimnts due <m 
I^^ made diuipg ito sevend 
fund drives, are now uifently 
n^ded. We are ^teful to those 
wto tove ma^ pledges, and I em 
coDf^n>t tdiat payment on the% 
ptec^ will now to forthcoming, 
so ttot we can complete construc- 
tion of this much needed medical 
f«ality in our cwnmuntty." 

Ito Vir^nia Beach Hospital on 
25tti ^reet was acquired from pri- 
wte ownera on T)%6mfyer 1, 1961, 
and tos been enlai^ and nood- 
emtaoi for openitkms on an open- 
Miff b^. lUs fa(H|dtal wia to 
known as ^e 25tb Sb«et finuM:^ 
of tto Vi2|^ Be»:h HospiM. W. 
Earl Wl^ is Admin^trator tar 
Ae iMW h(»ptid, and 'A now ierv- 
i!% in tittt oiindty. 




C Of C Gives Boost To 
Local Option Question 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Local opti(m fw Ac right to vote on liquor by the drink received ancMtor 
boost this week by the Virginia Beach Chamtor of Commerce, which has already passed a* stroi^y 
worded resolirtion favoring Ae move. 

Chamtor Ex^utive Director Roy LaMere said Wednesday Aat he has written 45 oAer chambonl 
throughout the state, represent- 1 ~ 



M«. ?Mt Bragg, manager of Ae White Heron Motel, displays the piggy bank Aat is collect- 
ing contra»tkHis for the General Hospital of Virginia Beach, Newspaper and telfijAone mpMy left 
by motel gi«sts is drc^Md into tto greedy fellow's tumnv and "he's getting heavy," Mrs. Bragg 
said. Tto mg will to (Mpeoed and a dawii^ for a 1 2-pound ham, also for tto hospkal ftind, will take 
plfu% in Hov^i^r. (BalAvin Ptoto) ' 

4>-H Yontlis Seieet Steers For Sliow 



m e m to w wffl tel^ (he ateen 
A^ ^ffi to raise for tto 1964 
Staer l^ew wd^ &ae Satwday it 
ML aitt. at <to M, R. ^hwnA^ 
Iq Brinoaa Anto. ' 
Ito 4i«gt towe bem iureh- 

euMn« ^lanMee and em^ wUl 
to ip^Mmed by a local busmess 
tsm W(to will provide tto ycmng- 
ileiw wiA tmuss i»eded tor Ae 
pi>Ject. 



Coast Guard 
To Assume 
Bay Aids 



This annual {Nt>}ect has now 
be(K)me'a joint e^»t be^i^en 
Qm Vii^;ima Beach and Ctoaa- 
peato Cto«al»ers of C<»amerce 
nd tto lociitons will a^rm^ 
m^ yms between Ae tsra dtin. 

llw 1M4 event, sci^M^ tm 
toy, wffl to held at n«i^ 
City to Vii^inia Beadi. Tto U^ 
Show wfll to in Ch^apeake. 

Hus <»n]btoed arrangemort 
wifl make all Mure shows twice 
as lar^ aa tiKMe i»eviou^ l^d, 



VIRGINIA BEAOI— Tto Beach 
C^iannd Association tos received 
word from Ae Aids to Navigation 
branch of Ae U,S; Coa$t Guard 
tli^ as of Octotor fiiat tto de- 
paxtoKi^ will assume respoiisibil- 
ity for aH aids to navi^^n to- 
<^ed in Broad and linkhom 
Bays. These private aids were or- 
iginally instiled and tove been 
maintained for a nun^)er of y^ors 
by local yachtsmen wto coDb|b> 
uted ftuids to Ae Assodation. 
Specifically, Ae change of owiwr- 
ship includes Daymarkere 2-4-5^ 
8-10-11-12-14 and IS, roost of 
whidi are located m ito Narrows. 

W. H. Terry, vice president of 
the As^unatton, sitated ttot Ae 
group had been trying for some- 
tinw to tove tto markers tekm 
over by tto Cisst Guard woA Aat 
tto recent great hKrease in bitt- 
ing on these witors was r%spo 
ble for tto change. 

Negotiations wiA tto Coa^rt 
Guard were handled 1^ Ray C^^ 
sett, head of tto A^ociation's Aids 
CoomdUee, wto said, "Comman- 
der C. H. Jurgem of tto C<ast 
Guai^ -«^ mc^ cooperative. His 
letter asaires us Aat furCtor om- 
provonente in ttose aids ' will to 
m^Kto & ftmds become awil^e 
and we tove r^ue^d ttot a 
lighted marter to placed at Ae 
Broad Bay ,eirtran(% to tto Nar- 
rovra CtaanneL Tto aids s» now 
official ami will to Inctoded 
Ae U. S. li#t lM.r 



Hoy Awarded 
OHver Job 



VEKSWU H^CH— L. J. Hoy, 
be., Nbrfcilc oorkractor, tos besen 
amrded a |151,%e coi^^,to 
«eot a bidi^ for (Wvo* Ah 
np^ Apwlairate, J^., on L^ite 

Onwee W. Meakin m ttie 

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Author Speaker 
At Friends House 

ViBGlMA BEACH — Dr. Dor- 
oAy IftMxdunstm, aiMor ml lec- 
torer, will speak at Ae Frirotki 
Mating House Sirturday oMl, tk 
t:45. • , 

BMeest^ persoiM are etxt&ffly 
invited to a^i^. 

On Mon<k^ ni^ Dr. HutcUn* 
son will sp^ to tto Parent and 
Teacton of Fmnds Sdiool i^ 
8 o'clock. Her subject wiU to 
"Our Children's Future In a 
Friendly World." 



CtaanA«r Sxee^ve Oir»!tory R^ 
LaMen sM. 

Ito annual Lamb Slow, uauaDy 
h^ to Novmber, mm one^ed 
this nxs becniM <rf MM aGwe^ 
of to^ caused t^ tto aevtre 
ilimw0t. amdttkns thU amsmmt^ 
to itid. - .^ 

MenriMii <tf te ^riculture 
C^mnaMee are requaatod to a^ 
tend ^tonfaiy's mAMKim itaat a 
meeting of ito 9t»ip nW to beM 
immedMely f oitowli^ Ae dliblb- 
lAkm of tto stotfs. 

JsfMatacmM tove bem a«it to 
Ae eeiBHilttee, BMOifetn <tf Ae 
W^m ad ato«r jpoMH^ kot tfee 
gs^ral piMk te iavMed. 

Tto Usm m towied |Bit eff 
Hi^««y 9aSi between Niaao 
ChuKh and Piiaeaia hmm CMit 
HcNise. 



ing cities over 5,000 population, 
asking that Aey adopt similar 
resolutitms. 

The letters also asked each 
Chamt»cr to appoint a represent- 
ative to a committee which, when 
formed, will make personal visits 
to Governor Altortis S. Harrison 
Jr. and Senator Harry F. Byrd. 
Tto cmqeilMee wUI ^«scnt 
Ae two sti^ leaders wM cop- 
ies of resobftrans fnmi Ae vw^ 
iotts Chambers w evidcKe of 
load optton supplied by Ae 
barfnoB coramuntty of Ae^ 

LaMere ^id Aat so far Ae 
Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Alex- 
andria and WindiMter-Frederick 
County Chamtors are tto only 
oms to pass sim^ a moiution. 

A similar ixoposal came up 
tofore tfw Portsmouth Board <^ 
exp«;ted m Ae neartotiae. 



The VirpoMi B«K:h Chmtor's 
representath'e oo tto stMe-wMe 
c^Mnmi^e will to its presi<^M, 
F. Rekl Ervbi. Alexudria h» 
appointed John R. ^venscm, & 
mentor of to board cH directtvs 



llvW fWUM ~ 

ToBeSliown 
Here Oet. 25 



Directors in June, he said, but 
tto resolution was tabled and no 
action has been taken by that 
city. 

The Chesapeake Chamtor has 
not taken a stand on local optkMi 

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Jaycees May 
Join Local 
Option Plan 



VIRGINU BEACH — Svamt 
ChttHber of Comm^xe dvq^itera 
Arouftout tto dty nny join 
forces to ^oisor a tasttk elNtkn 
or petition bocrtto to detennine 
tto geneti opitom on load qi- 
ttoo it» Uqumr by Ae drink. 

Tto Vii^ima Beach J^e^cees 
heve aheMJ^ voted in tovor of 
aw^ a prolact and M m expected 
ttot Ae Princen Ame and &^- 
side ch^lHS wiH tolMl Otftt 

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POOTSALL TICICIfi 

mKKm nam* iv w99 vHynn 



nMW rnsiy ape ew 



Linkhom Park Club %» Off 





Tlie Luddram Park Ganien Club bad pte(%ed $100 to te 
MW Geowral Hc^ital of Viigisia Beach to be {nkl over a Aree 
year pmxl. But Ae clip's swcessful Plantotkm ^rty ei^tt 
mabM U to |wy ptt tto t^o^ m a lamp smn . . . wiA (IS ovw. 
Tto chftjt was ^rese^^ to CUfemto R. Bryuit, tr^Murer cd tto 
hoqp^ caopB^ by Mn. T. Conffill Beriy. (Baldwin Photo) 




Mn. ^stfl 



mieretted li 

■tlliliw Hfy 
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t«e m Newimhan mtfmtiav. 
• it Aa Mme time Ae gmm^ 
^NTtion te h^ or abont tb^ 
time. 

Ito Vii^nia aeeeh Jayceea 
l^mAiy al^ oCB^Oy adopted • 
fmeMkm in favor of kioil op- 
ties lor UqiKN- br Ac drbyL 

tile vote wii unanimoua, a 



lock aliofioii er petttlon 
■If pnwt toht i 

tf 



HiMT^tteMi 



eiAer, LaMere said, but acttoa k 
and chairman ctf tto tmirist and 
conveiMion committee. 

The first letters asking ttot a 
resolution be passed went «it tp 
only Norfolk, pMtsmouA and 
Chesapeake but tto bc»rd lata- 
decided Aat mare diunbeil 
should to ccwtac^. 

Letters to tto 45 Chambefs 
were mailed $ejd. 19, LaM»e 
said, but, because of varU^ 
meeting dates, answers are bM 
expected fcx at least 30 days. 
''This novcncnt Is Ml 
MCMt to take tto place d 
cwreat movenMls fai NmrMK 
and Vusinia Beach to secara 
20,000 sinatarea te fctUiav 
iaverfaig hoi option,** t» 
McfeeuMaad, 
He said to felt Ais expresdtti 
fnkn Ae business olmi^x of tto 
stete, in a<Uition to Ae Aok- 
sands of individuals u^tfa^ tto 
petitions, wcwU to Ae strcmp^ 
c»w yet ftmu^^ tot local op- 
tion. 

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locally is heac^ by Vi^b 
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Tto rmriutiM paned by Urn 
Chamber a fewweeks t^pant 
oo (Nm^M in declar^ Aat ^ 
ormtm Vnpiua S^ Alcohotic 
Bevw^e CoMol towi are ^ 
flhig tto Gompetittve poaWon of 
obtain portions of Ae state."* 

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CHARLOHE BUILDER 
GETS HOSPITAL JOB 

VIRGINIA BEACH— George D. Brooke, Presidenk of fte 
Oenertl HoBpital of Virginia Beach, has aniwunced that rtie cotitm:t 
for «HiftnK:tion of the new hospital is to be given to J A J<m»s 
CoBstnKtkm Co. of Oiarlmte^ N. C. 

^ J?® Executive Committee of the Board of Directors <rf the 
noipilu met Monday afternoon to | — — ■ — — — 



tvAbw ^ recwtt oonstruetion 
Mis, and authorized Brook to en- 
ttr into a contract tor constaoic- 
U<» of the hospMal. 

Brooke has writon the Jones 
Comi>my <rf uMention to enter 



Paper Drive 
Planfled To 
Aid Hospital 

VffiGlNIABEAOT — TheAux- 
ilury ito the Gmet^l WapMk ot 
Vii^sia Beach will sponsor a pa- 
per drive ilhnmgh the month of 
Odobe' starting mxi Tues<tay. 

I^ioOMds k<m the drive will be 
Uied. to pi^ for air^Mnditioning 
iMMl in 1t» pnsflot hospital build- 
lag on 2Slh ^reet and to equip 
Urn pedigMc ss^ice of both the 
<dd and new bo^tal. 

HeadqMrters wHl be located at 
83ni t^reet and Atlantic Avenue 
in t*it wu once the Colonial 
Service St^on. TWs dropnoff 
point t^n be n^en Ifcmll^, 
WedniidBn and todays Crmn 10 
M»^r«%lii. -tut aie Ndidii^ 
wlH te dMed ttw i^miander of 
Che toe. 

Dram we «d»d «o fawdOe Am 
ttewq^i^Ri, to cUfirinaie a pos- 
sible fin haaod, and leave them 
at ^ hea^^e^n during the 
doiipated Imjuts. 

A »tted meeting of tiie Awdl- 
iary's executive board and com- 
mittee diatamen will be held 
Monday at 11 a^. aft the lliun- 
decbiid Motor Lods^ to comptete 
plans for the project. 

Mrs. P. H. Allen and tMrs. Ifar- 
<M fCellani will serve as oo-cl^ur- 

Four Yoottis 
CoHrt Bound 

VIB6»«A BEACH — Four 
youths involved in a traffic ac- 
ddnrt wMe idle^dly fleeing a 
Imi^ry st^ne wUl appear in Ju- 
venile and Dome^c Rdatioiffi 
Court TuoMiey. 

VfM^ said tite four boys es- 
caped injury when their car over- 
turned as tihey were chased by a 
patrol (ar early Tuescfcy. 

The iddest boy was identified 
as Mdiard Paul Oavis, 18, of 
South Bird ^%ek iRoad. His com- 
paniom were 14, 15 and 17 y^trs 
of t^. 

A security patrcdnmn tel^itioned 
police «^r he airpdaed the four 
ymiths in iim office of 13ie Kemj^ 
viUe BuMng Materials, Im., on 
B<»ney Bead. He furnish police 
with a des^ptlon aiMl license 
numbo- (rf tiM car they left in. 

D^ectives William Currie and 
ChulM n^iM saw the car in the 
WMi^ ptft of London Bridge and 
dMs«l M eaA on I^Aters iR<^d ai 
qjeeda up to 90 miles per. how. 
"Xihe fie«ng car flipped over v/ben 
it tri^ to turn oMo IFiiA Cok>- 
nlid Road in Oeeam. 



Ceremony Mark 
NtwJMotel Start 

VBGHIA BEACH — Gnund- 
bradd^ mx&BMium lor a new 
nodMn onet^rmit Intd ^ 2m 
^reet &i Attantic Avenue ivffl 
ba Md to^ lA 10 «jn. 

*r6 be ciaed tbe Viking Hotel. 
4^ fffoj^ will be budX by George 
nd Jote Vdeoa. 

. Vir^At Bead! Wcyat Tmsk A. 
Dmtk tt^ otti&<^U^ds will be 



into a contract for instruction 
of the ho^^, mibje^ to Ite •!>- 
proval of the Virginia ^te De- 
partmeit of Healto. The actual 
signing of the contract wUl not 
tote place until early Octobw, 
with construction to begin rfjort^ 
thereafter, and cwnpletion of the 
building in the spring of 1965. 

Tlie new hospital is to be to- 
c^ed on the Alairton Road, a 
little less than a mile north of 
Hilltop on a 20-acre tract contrib- 
uted to the hospital by Mrs. Levi 
(Md, widow of Dr. Levi Old. 

TIk basic building will be con- 
structed by the sticoeraful bidder, 
J. A. Jones Cwistruotion Oo. ait 
the contract pria of 12,169,865. 
The architects for the buiMing are 
BasfcervHie & Son of Rithmond. 
Tbe original cotHract will be 
far a h<^ltal building to accomo- 
date 105 beds, including 70 for 
medical-surgiojl, 24 for nMitemity 
and 11 foi- iiMensive care. Labra- 
tory and othw raatral fadtities, 
kitohen and cafeteria, opertrting 
and delivery rooms are of auffi- 
cieM aq)acity to »xx«)odate 66 
a<klitionftl beds. -In aikUUon, tbe 
building will have foutidations 
aiMlj^nei^ services adeqiwie l<a 
fi^iue expanrion to 300 bei^. 
' ^foeks has eipruoed Mtislac- 
tkm and gratitu<k to Karl A. Wun- 
<ta-. dttiiman of the Ho^^ 
BuUdii^ Committee, and to all 
members of <Uie conunittoe hxr 
tbek diligeM and Intensive work 
hi attaining the construction stage 
of the program. He ^ted Air- 
ther, 

'*liie low Ud is somewbait above 
the e^ima^ of a year i^o, but 
we teve iiKorporated in plans, 
certain provisions for future ex- 
pansion. It is my feeling, joined 
in by those associates closely in 
touch with the project, that tte 
lower bids were favorable indeed. 
■Riis, of course, is a 'source of real 
gratification to us all," Brooke 
said. 

Wh«i the hospital is completed 
knd fully equipped, the total cost 
will be in excess of $2,800,000. A 
grant of $1,^0,000 for tftie hos- 
pital has been earmarked from 
Kin-Burton Fedewfl Funds. The 
remaining costs must be raised 
by pledges from private siM)Scrib- 
ers in previous fund raising cam- 
{»igns. 

Broote pdnts out tilut, "As con- 
struction begins, payments due on 
pled^ ouide during the several 
fund drives, are now urgently 
needed. We are grateful to those 
who have made pledges, and I am 
confident that payment on these 
pled^s will now be forthcoming, 
so tteit we can Ciwnplete construc- 
tion of this much needed medical 
facility in our communitjr." 

The Virginia B^ch Hospital on 
25th Street was acquired frtmi pri- 
vate owners on Deilsnber 1, 1961, 
and has been enbrged and mod- 
emi^d for opera>tions on an open- 
staff basis. This hospital will be 
known as the 25th Street Branch 
of \he Virginia Beach Hospitol. W. 
E^l Willis is AdmiMtrator for 
the new hmqpital, and is now serv- 
ing in Uiat cai^dty. 



The Piggy Needs More Nourishment 




45 Chambers Contacted 



C Of C Gives Boost To 
Local Option 

VIRGINIA BEACH — ^Local option for the right to vote on liquor by the drink received anodi^ 
boost this week by the Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce, which has already passed a' stroi^jf 
worded resolution favoring the move. 

Chamber Executive Director Roy LaMere said Wednesday that he has written 45 other chambns 
throughout the state, represent- 




Mrs. Pat Bragg, managei^ of the White Heron Motel, displays the piggy bank that is collect- 
ing contributt(Mis for the Gei^ral Hc^pital of Virginia Beach. Newspaper and telefrfione money left 
by motel gMsts is drqq)ed into the gr^y fellow's tummy and "he's getting heavy," Mrs. Bragg 
said. The pf wUl be qpened and a drawing for a 1 2-pound ham, also for the hospital fund, will take 
place in November. (Bal<kvm Photo) • 

4>-H Youths Select Steers For Sliow 



PRB^aSS ANNE-Young 441 
membin wU aeleet <be iMeers 
they plan to ratoe f<s the 1904 
Steer Show uA &ik Srturday at 
la ain. at tiie M. R. h/fimm A^ 
iQ Pfinoeii'Aahe. / 

Hie ^ms& hme been purch- 
ased by mt ^^Itflla BedMdi AgH- 
cultoe Ck»nmlttoe and eadi wfll 
!m wpoommA by a local business 
flim '9^ wifl provide the ymmg- 
tftens with numey nee^d tor tlK 
project. 



HEINL ENTERS COLLEGE 

WEST NEWTON, Mass.— Mich- 
ael C. C. Heml, son of dd. and 
Mrs. Rob^ D. Heinl, Jr., 217 
53rd St., Virgnia Beach, Va., is 
enraUed sA Tte F^sen(ton School, 
West Newt<»i, Atos. 

Hie school (^peiMd laM week 
for tts axity-fii^ year wiOi 2« 
^dents from tvranty-three ^itos 
and ton f<neign countri^, indi^- 
hig Briunias. ^smKta, &s^ 
CfAmkm, fisg^d, Iteice, Mexi 



eo twd to Ms^aS^ launch tbe co, Puerto mso, Vowaiuia, and 

tile Vii|^ iibtwto. 



Coast Guard 
To kmm 
Bay Aids 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Beach 
dhani^ Association has received 
word from the Aids to Navigati<m 
brandi of the V&. Ck)a|t Guard 
that a& of October fir^t the de- 
partment will assume responsibil- 
ity for aU aids to navigation lo- 
cated in Broad and linkbom 
Bays. The^ private aids were or- 
iginally installed and have been 
maimtained for a number of years 
by local yachtsmen who contrib- 
uted &ndls to the Association. 
Specifically, the change of owner- 
ship includes Daymarkers 2-4^-6- 
8-10-11-12-14 and 15, most of 
which are located in the Narrows. 

W. H. Terry, vice president of 
the Association, stated that the 
group had been trying for some- 
time to iiave the maikers taken 
over by the C{»st Guard smd that 
the recent great increase in boat- 
ing on these waters was mspoiwi- 
ble for the change. ' 

Negotiations with tlK Coast 
Guard \i«%re handled t^ Ray Cas- 
sett, head of the AuKociation's Aids 
Committee, who said, "Comman- 
der C. H. Jurgens of tl» C<»ist 
Guard was most cooperative. His 
letter asaires us that further lim- 
provements in tlwse aids will be 
m^Kle as funds become available 
and we have reque^d that a 
ligMed marker be placed at the 
Broad Bay .e^iance to the Nar- 
rows Channd. The aids are now 
offidid and will l» inducted in 
^ U. S. li^ Li^." 

Hoy Awarded 
Oliver Job 

VIRGINIA WSAOT-^. J. Hoy, 
toe., Norfott corkiactor, has be^ 
awarded a |151,M0 coi^tffit to 
«eet a buMi^ for Oliver To- 
umA Aiartamita, Inor, on L^to 
Road. 

Ctermoe W. Ifealdn is (be 



This annual project has mm 
b«K>me a joint effort b^e^i 
the Virginia Beach and Oiestt- 
peate Chandbers of Commerce 
and the kx^tms will attemate 
ewh year between ttie tsro cittos. 

The m4 event, sch^tuled for 
May, 'Wfll be held at FroMier 
City in Virginia Beach. The 19W 
Show will ^ in Chesapeake. 

TMs combing arrangemoit 
will mate all future shows twice 
as large as those previously held. 



Author Speaker 
At Friends House 

VBGIN1A BEACH — - Dr. Dor- 
oifty Hutohinson« autlior and lec- 
tarer, will speak at the Friends 
lieeting Hoise Saturday lught, at 
t:45. 

Jteterested persons are cordially 
invitod to attend. 

On Monday night, Dr. Hutohin- 
son will speak to the Parents and 
Teachers of Friends School at 
8 o'clock. Her subject will be 
"Our Children's Future in a 
Friendly World." 



Chsflriber Exeoitive Directory Roy 
LdMere said. 

The annual Lamb Show, usually 
heW in November, was catnceUed 
this year because of the scarcity 
of hay caused by ithe severe 
drought conditions this summer, 
he said. '* *^°- ^ 

M«nbers of Jhe Agricoiture 
Committee are requested to at- 
tend Saturday's activities since a 
meeting of the group will be held 
immediately following the distrib- 
ution of the steers. 

Invitations have been sent to 
the committee, members of the 
press and j^eer sponsors, but t^e 
genei^ public is invited. 

The &u'm is located just off 
Highway 629 ibetween Nimmo 
Church and Princess Anne Court 
House. 



ing cities over 5,000 population, 
asking that they adopt similar 
resolutions. 

The letters also asked each 
Chamber to appoint a represent- 
ative to a committee whicn, when 
formed, will make personal visits 
to Governor Albertis S. Harriscm 
Jr. and Senator Harry F. Byrd. 
The committee will present 
the two state leaders wltti cop- 
ies of resolutions from the var- 
ious Chambers as evidence of 
tocal option supported by the 
business comnnuuty of the 
state. 

LaMere said that so far tfie 
Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Alex- 
andria and Winchester-Frederick 
County Chambers are the only 
oiMS to pass such a resolution. 
A similar proposal came up 
before the Portsmouth Board erf 
expected in the near future. 
Reid N«ned 
The Vii^onia Beach Chamber's 
representative on the state-wicte 
cwnmittee will be its president, 
F. Reid Ervin. Alexandria has 
appoint^ John R. Stevenson, a 
member of its board of directors 



Itew nmOa ~ 

To Be Shown 
Here Oct. 25 



FOOTBALL TICKETS 

Adult ticket to tha Virginia 
BMch • Norfolk Acad«my foot- 
ball gama hare Frjday ar* on 
ula af Al«xand«r-Beagia Man's 
Store and Coaches SporHng 
Goods. 



Linkhorn Park Club Pays Off 




T!w Linkhorn Park Ganton Club l»d irfi^ed $100 to die 
nesw General Hospital of Virginia Beach to be j^ki over a three 
year period. But the clip's successful PlaiMatkm Party event 
enabled it to j^y pfi toe pledge in a lump sum . . . wilfa $15 over. 
The check was presented to Claftome R. Bryant, treasurer of the 
to^^ canfa^ by Mrs. T. Ccmiell Berry. (BaUwin Photo) 



VIRGINU BE;ACH— The Vir- 
ginia Beach At^bmobile Dealers 
Association will move its annual 
Auto aiow to the Alan B. Shep- 
ard Civic Center this year. The 
dates jWill be Oct. 26^7. 

The Show had previousJy been 
held at the Princess Anne Plara 
Shopping Center which is now 
filled with business firms. 

A popular event, the show at- 
tracted over 40,000 spectators its 
first two yeare of operation. 

The show will be o^ren daily 
from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and en- 
tertainment and prizes will be of- 
fered throughout its three-day run 
to encourage family participation. 

Association President Gene 
Meekins said models will be dis- 
played both in and outside the 
Civic Center. 

Expected to draw considerable 
interest will be displays of racing 
cars and factory experimental 
models. 



United Nations 
Discussed 
Women Voters 



By 



LONDON BRIDGE — Four ma- 
jor national issues were Creased 
Tuesday at a meeting of tl» Vir- 
ginia Beach unit. League of Wo- 
men Voters at Eastern Shore 
Chapel. 

liiese issues included weighted 
voting in the United Nations, as 
opposed to one vote per nation; 
disarmament; the United Nations 
function in disarmament and the 
financing of the United Nations 
to prevent bankruptcy. 

Resource material was distr8>- 
uted by Mrs. E. W. Abcfill and 
discussions were ted by Mrs. J. 
M. Cochran Jr. 

The League's stand on poll tax 
legislati<m was reviewed by Mrs. 
Ruth Borne, a n^ntiber of the 
state boud. League of Won^ 
Voters. 

Persons interested in ttie 
Lease's activtties may oontoot 
Mrs. Abdm at 42a€059. 



Directors in June, he said, but 
the resolution was tabled and no 
action has been taken by that 
city. 

The Chesapeake Chamber has 
not taken a stand on local optkMi 

Jaycees May 
Join Local 
Option Plan 

VIRGINU BEACH — Junior 
Chamber of Commerce chapters 
throughout the ctty may join 
forces to sponsor a mock electkm 
or petition booths to d^ermine 
tbe general opinkm on local op- 
tion for to|uor by the drink. 

The Virginia Beach Jaycees 
have already voted in favor of 
audi a pn^ and It is expected 
that the Princess Anne and Bay- 
side chapters wiU fdbMr «iit. ' 

H such a joiBt mm Barnes 
Miwit It -wtt imtaSle fome- 

iime in November, elffitf M Nov. 

5 at toe same time toe giNien^ 

electicm is held, or about QoA 

time. 
The Virginia Beach Jaycees 

Tuesday night officially adopted a 
resolution in favor of local op- 
ition for liquor by the drink. 

The vote was unanimous, a 
spokesman said. 

A mock election or petition 
ibooths may prove to be a gauge 
tqusee how Virginia Beach resi- 
dents wouW vote if the General 
Assenritdy ever passed legislation 
that would permit lo<al option on 
liquor by the drink. 




Music Honor 
Students Named 

VIRGINL\ BEACH — Honor 
List for the 19^^3 term of Bris- 
tow Hardin School of Music has 
been announced. 

The list includes: Beverley Bab- 
cock, National Guild High School 
diploma; Hygd Hardin, winner of 
National GuiM . Paderewski Gold 
Medal; Mary Keys Ferebee, win- 
ner of Hardin Honor Student of 
2-year gold medal; Cheryl Solo- 
mon and Pam McKitrick, 5cale 
playing medal; and Mary Jo Kel- 
1am, piano performance achieve- 
ment plaque. 

The following studente rated 
Critics Circle in the Guild Audi- 
tions: Hygd Hardin, Beverley Bab- 
cock, Pamela Hagan, Mary Keys 
Ferebee, Pamela McKitrick, Date 
Anna Dean, Peg Hut^bard, Jenni- 
fvs Hafling, Melinda Ikiper and 
Laura PoUie. 

Rated superior in the same au- 
<^ons were Eugenia Bresnan, 
Clair Curless, Cathy Dean, Mary 
Dekker, R<^in Dunn, Jeff East, 
Diamw Ferrell, Kyki GianiKMt^s, 
Bob Gossom, Robin <hegory, TM- 
bot Jordan, iMary Jo Kellam, Jane 
Marshall, Lei^on Meredkh, Ro- 
berta Sadler, Liza Sais, Cheryl 
Sdoraon, Nancy Srasberg, Vicky 
Vivian, Linda Dixon and Robin 
Dunn. 



INDEX 



CLASSIFIED . .. 


7B 


EDITORIAL 


. - 4A 


ENTERTAINMENT 


- - -. 6A 


FUNERALS . 


4A 


SOCIETY 


2 A 3A 


SPORTS 


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either, LaMere said, but action is 
and chairman of the tourist and 
convention committee. 

The first letters asking that a 
resolution be passed went out to 
only Norfolk, Portsmouth and 
Chesapeake but the board later 
decided that xaatt Chambers 
should be contacted. 

Letters to dw 45 Chambers 
were mailed Sept. 19, LaMere 
said, but, t)«:ause of varied 
meeting (tetM, answers are mH! 
expected fot at least 30 days. 
**This movement is 
memit to brite the place 
current movemmts in Nc 
and Virpnia Bea«A to 
20,000 sifpntares to petltioa 
favorug local wgltam^ Ln^ 
Mere exiAdnBcd. 
He said he felt this expression 
from the business comi^ex dL the 
state, in additicm to toe dion-- 
sands of individuals siting toe 
petitions, wmdd be the stroi^est 
case yet presented fnr tocal of>- 
tk)n. 

The drive to solicit si^nt^res 
locally is headed by Virjrinia 
Beach attorney L. CharJ«s Bur- 
lap, jt 

PefttkAs Av^Mle \, # 

avaitabfe, ft^^p^^S^" A 

toe Virginia 9mikt^^K^\m dl 
. Gc^mnerce qUs0, MA Sbeet 

and Pu;ific Av&soe. 
Several petitkms are already 

bein? circulated and are nearly 
filled, LaMere said. 

The resoluticm passed by toe 
Chamber a few Weeks ago pulls 
no punches in declaring that ^ 
oresent Virginia State Alcohoite 
Beverage Control laws are ••^- 
fling the competitive positiofl erf 
certain portions of the state.*' 

It further states toat diese laws 
have never been suitable to all 
portions of the stotc nor have 
toey limited the consumption of 
alcohol or reduced highway acci- 
dents. 



Rabies Clinic 
Draws 920 

VIRGINIA BEA(3I — Over 920 
persons took advantage of the ra- 
bies clinics here last Saturday and 
that number is expected to more 
than double when the clinics are 
again offered this Satorday. 

The clinics are being ^onsored 
by the City of Vii^inki B«idi and 
the State Health Departasent in 
an effort to control dogs that 
mi^ become infected by nribld 
wild anknals. 

The clinic will be held this week 
from 1 to 5 p.m. at the foUowii»g 
locations: TTioroughgood Elemen- 
tary School, Aragona Elementary 
School, Creeds Fire Departmei*, 
Seatack Fire Department and the 
Alan B. Shepaid Civic Cent«-. 

The total number of dogs in- 
noculated last week-end at five 
locations included: KeUam High 
School, 87; London Bridge Fire 
Department, 247; Ocean Park Fire 
Departmeirt, 175; Thalia Etemen- 
tary School, 151; and Kempsvffle 
Fire Department, 262. 



Early Bird Pays 
1964 C of C Dues 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Tte firal 
1964 mentoership in the Vii^iua 
Beach Chanri^er of Conun^te wm 
{Mdd this week. Executive IMne- 
tor Roy LaMere said We<tami^, 

The early bird was Fr»ik Nop' 
ton, owner of toe QtM Stn^nt 
Motel. Norton aakt Iw %a ^^M 
the area for sevcni okhiHb mm 
wanted to make Mne he had lyt 
1964 Omdotx tamkim^^ be- 
fore he left. 



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DAR Regents 
Tour Two Area 
Landmarks 

BAYSIDE-— Old Donation Church and the Adam Thorw^- 
food House were tour^ and tt^ir histories narrated during a recent 
Itinchem meeting kA the Tidewater DAR Regents Cltrt) with |}ie 
Member Groi^) of the Great Bridge CA^jInr tervt^ as Iiortama. 
The club is composed of re- 



gents and former R^ents of the 
17 diapters in DAR District 
One. The Membw Group owi- 
sists of Mrs. William McCormick 
Paxton, Mrs. J. Rives Worsham, 
Mrs. William B. Wingo^ Mrs. 
Tom Moafe, Mrs. Marran N. 
Kit^ and Mrs. josepriiine Aber- 
netfcy Turrentinc. 

Thirty-four members met at 
Old Donation Church for lunch, 
then were told of its history by 



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ON THE WAY 
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JMIM DOX^ rTBtfl Ofla IMOt. 

325 Laskin Road 

OpfMMit* Colonial Stwo, 

GA 8-2801 



Mrs. M. Bagley Walker of the 
Great Wi6^ Oi^er. 

The group adjounied tp t^ 
recently restored Adam Thw- 
ou^^ood Hcwse and w@« ^v» 
a tui^M tour of tls h^vic 
buiding a^ »rtes by Cdkm- 
ral-costunied fe^sMs. 

Ntw IMBccn 

Durftii A« tas^»i wtmSoik, 
the foltowiM irffk^rs were etet- 
eA: Mrs. fiu^ne F. D«a|er, 

Bnino H. Wittig, Fort Nel«m 
Chapter, PcH-tenout^ vief ptm^ 
dent; Mrs. RaimaM G. VoiMi, 
DM Dooation OMfXer, Ffor^ 
;iteturer, Mre. TurrHtfiDe, N«r- 
f<^, dfislaiii; aid Mn. Elixir 
h^ B. Welte, Sandi Ocmtaat 
Chapter. Nofolk, histtwiaB. 

Aim^ ^te and natioiHil 
DAB^ md^s attendii^ w»« 
Mis. Luther B. Manhan, stite 
iMxarteii of Virginia DAR; Mis. 
Williaiii V. Tj^es, honwary State 
R^tH rf VirnMa mA kmvtt 
re^ntrar general and viob prui- 
(tent general of the NaticMifll So- 
ciety DAR; and Mrs. David Y. 
Malbwi, Wstrict One DirwrtcM". 

Chapters repres^ted included: 
Northampton (Cape Charies), 
Borough of Norfolk (Norfolk), 
Fort Nelson (Portsmouth), Great 
Bridge (Norfolk), Cbmte De- 
Grasse (Yorklown), Adam Thor- 
oughgood, Old Donation and 
Sarah Constant (all Norfolk), 
Constantia (Suffolk), Col. Fran- 
cis Mallory (Newport News), 
Hampton, Newpwt News aiwl 
Col. WUliam Allen (SmithfieW). 



Couple Honored 
At Recent Party 

"Hi. xoA Mrs. Ster^g M(»vtg(nn- 
ery entertained at a cock^ party 
recently h(morii% Hiss Martha 
Jones and Charles A. RlggBn Jr., 
who plan an Octol)er weddkig. 

The Montgomerys were hosts at 
their h<Nne in Bkd J^eck Pomt. 
Guests numbered SO. 



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NEWLIN— CARLTON 

IflBGBXA Bft^CHMinb Itoy 
Lisfa NewliA iNtt n^M* to Bar- 
r^ iaite CsMm S^n-dsy at SM 
tim, ia ^ aatfftioa of Ihek- im- 
mediate fadDoilies. The c^^mony 
vm perfomed in the tunoe of 
m biidt by km yifltflr, (iM lev. 
Samuel D. Nelara. 

llie toMte u the dau^ter of 
Mr. Md tbs. <Mnle fi. Newlin. 
Hbe teid^2x>Mn is ^be •<» of tiie 
1^ Mr. airi 'Mi& Jdm C^arMoR 
or Mew V(»k CHy. 

A reception was given in tfie 
ftMM tf Om tMMl'S ^ttTMltei, 1841 
AMingloa Road. AMr a wedttag 
tr» the cou^ will Uv« in Ik^- 
fdik. 



Weddings 

DA VPWtollT— GATES 



u:lden— oLivni 

COU) HA^KA — Hie tm- 
zmgc of Mus Lucy &nily SuMm 
^ Waittm WaMngtatt (Wver, V 
4Mt 1^ 1^ 4:M i^jft. tiMinndty 
In B&kk n^rfb^talMi diurdi. 
i%» Bm. Ouwm A, Us^ Jr., 

^ Mb k Ite ^i^ter of 
Ifr. aad Hn. HMry ^^w Sd- 
tai of Ife^tidesvtti. %ti, faiMe- 
pgm ii tt» acn d Mr. «N Ifei. 
mtam #«MngtM C^tmt et 

"n* taMe mm gtmi la mv- 
m^ by to ft^er. Mas iMt^ 
Wray Selden ««t ftit fH^u 
maid d inntff . S Uft MH Mfldi mm 
MM £v«lyn ^i^Hm vt m^ 
vffle ind Mi» Lynn Iffittoer Oli- 
via- <d Vii^inJa Bead). 

Mr. OUvcr wn Us aon't belt 
man. Gronmnwn w«« JMImw 
Sindair Selden HI of tktuptm, 
Paul Dan%ll McKown Jr. and 
Stanley Eugene Oliver of Vir- 
Ipnia Bettth. 

A reception was hdd in tiie 
cbtuch social hall. After a south- 
ern weddii^ trip the «mide will 
hve in Vii^nia B«ich. 



_ ^ «^ Mil WUa 

# J^ph G4Mi Jr. lui^ it a 

duird). tie cerraMHQT was pe#- 
fonned t^ ttw Rev. l^^Ii«n A. 
Ri^unbm. 

Tbe tafMIe k « iteugitor <rf Mb-. 
and Mrs. Jo^nia I. liMtaopgit oi 
Grant AMgie Boiwttj^. Wt. <Mm 
w the son of Mr. Md Mn. Jos- 
eph Gates of Virpiia Be«A. 

Mr. Davenport f a^ his daugh- 
ter in fnarriage. Mra. Charles Guy 
Kartto was Mi ittUK'i IMUwi of 

Amur, URIlMnnH WWI tmm&c 

^er (tf ^ ta^te, lOai Pnmy 
Lyra CMvi»ip(»i, tnd 1^ flUidi 
Maim. \^(Aie OMfflM DM AoMr 
girl. 

Obaiihs Qi^ Hairii was test 
aaui. OreMUBMi ^m% Wttim 
A. Cardwidl <rf Vta*gbya BMteh 
and ^dc 0. Roteitem Jr. ei Hut- 
Imd, NC. 

Alter a reccjAion in fte chintih 
sodid haM, &e cou{^ teft for a 
w^dh^ trip to Nm^bs Mm wkI 
OuMria. tMy wtfl Uvi m tluiiiv- 
HB UmA, Back Biy Mtti^ %-- 
#riaMadi. 



SCOGGEVS— SCOTT 

NORFOiK — Miss Alice Lee 
Scoggins became the bride of 
Birdie 'IlKmus Scott Si^iirday at 
3:3b p.m. in First !l!te^iM)dist 
Church, "nie Rev. Dr. E. imest 
Reiffl of Cartersvilte of&dated. 

The bride is the daught^ of 
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Th<ni{ffi 
S(K>ggins of Virginia B^di. Ibe 
bridegroom is tiie an^of Ifr. ted 
Ifrs. RayoHmd Walker Scoil. 

TIm bride was givrai hi nur- 
riage by her f^h^. Mre. W^l^on 
Davis Ponton was omtron of hon- 
or. Bildeanutids wen Miss Blllie 
Ruth €k>lliiis of Chesapeake, Mrs, 
John Henry Hutchinson of Silver 
Spring, Md., and Miss Alice Mrnie 
T^ykir. Mi^ Deborah Ann Bavis 
of Ri(teKH)d and Mte Uas Ask- 
nette Scott, sist^ of liie brule- 
groom, vere junior JarMeanuHtte 
Eu^ua GaU Widlace nw flower 
girl 

DonaM Wayne Clierry tras best 
n»n. Groommien were Allen 
T^npleton of Slacbrtsone, William 
Davis Ponton, Charies Wallace, 
Charles Scott and John Edward 
Jones. Gary l^ewart Fionton wee 
ring b^u'er. 

A receptkia ws Md in tte 
church social haU. Afer a md- 
dtaig trip to Niag»a Fails and 
New Yoit City, the couple will 
live M 206 Warren St., Aik. 6. 




Ingiiemefits 

tlnM^«L-ADDB 

the fttMMMiMit of ttMB> dn^^bter, 

lb-. AMls is the ae^ tf Jdm T. 
AMto. j^ is the gianllllD el Mrs. 
<kmBmlmm. 

Miss St<munel attended Cox 
High School sEud a attending 
Hicks Beauty Aoad«^. 

Mr. Addis attended Gdeifburg 
High School in GateAiu^, Bl. He 
is servii^ in theUJS. Na^ aboard 
the USS S^teoa. 

A February wedding is pknned. 



CAMP— HMm 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. Na- 
omi Nen^ Gamp annmiiM^ the 
engagemeM of her ifanigbter, Mm 
Clara ^K^Cwnp, to WUUun Tyson 
Hi^ <rf Cheapeaha. 

Mr. Ifi^ is the scm ol Ifes. Ev- 
erett Bray smd WiHian T. ifigh, 
both of CherapeaiK. 

No <tete has be^ tet lor (he 
wedding. 

Mms C^mp is ibe ^ui^iter of 
Jmies We^km Camp ef Norfolk. 
She Ml a graduate of Vk^ii^ 
Be»:h High Scho<d and is attrad- 
ing CM Doimnicm Coltege. 

Mr. High ^ a gi9di»te of Great 
Bridge Hi^ School and is ^tend- 
ing CM D(xmnion Coltoge. 



IM Dr« Salisky, 









Club Condacts 
Annuals ^le 

VIRGINIA EtACa — For the 
sevens consea^i^ year, ^ae Cape 
Henry.By-T1ie-S«i Garden Club is 
conducting its annuM pan^ and 
daisy sale. 

OrdCTs for <he paiKi^ and Eng- 
Mi daisi^ wiU be taken until 
the end <rf Sept«nber. Ti»y will 
be ddivered ii» laift week in Oc- 
tober. , 

Ptocee^ fixND tills side wffl be 
iised to i^rdhMe tools and hmoM- 
fy the grmimk of Eaotom (Stole 
Ho^itd in Williim^lnirg. 

'Membas to be c(»rtacted ta- 
dude: Mrs. l^niUne Batti^, at 
GA 8-7061; Mn. James J. Stand- 
ing, 428-9033; Mrs. C. L. AckisB, 
GA 8-5132; Mrs. M. W. Noidlmg- 
er, GA8-10^; Mrs. Janws Bw- 
rell, 4^3834; Mrs. EMse Wood- 
iQf, 4^4544; Mrs. Joe Watson, 
4«4-2Sd7; Mrs. Herman White, 
M4-(^797; Mrs. Jun^ Daitfen, at 
464-5080; I«rs. W. F. Appleby, Jr., 
JU 8-3131; Mrs. Charts Hunter, 
GA 8-7^3; and Mrs. D. J. D^, 
St., GA 8-7061. 



Malibu Club To 
Hold Bake Sale 

MAIiBU — TiM Mdlbu Gar- 
den Club will hold a bake sate 
Saturday jA 10 a.m. m front of 
Bliller's Dejwrtment ^re on Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard, acrcMs 
fRwn the Princes AnM Plaza 
Shiqiqung Cei^r. 

Ifos. James Dmmr it diainnsi 
of the ewnt. 



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AND COMPANY 

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Mrs. Walter Harry Craham 



MISS NORMS BECOMES 
BRIDE OF ENSIGN BRAHAM 

CHESOPEIAN COLONY— Miss Annette Leigji Norris aisl 
Ensign Walter Harry Graham, USN, were married Septranber 14 
in the David Adams Manorial Chapel at fte Na\^ ^ti<m w^ 
Robert Q. Jones (Ch. C.) USN, pWformii^ the ceronoay. T^ 
couple left the chapel beneath an arch of swcHids. 
The bride is the^u^Mer of^ — -^ 

Lt. (j.g.) Eu^ne Stewart, Lt 
(f.g.) Donald CampbeH, Ens. 



Mr. and Nfrs. Jesse Dennis N&r 
ris Sr. (rf Chesc^ian Colcmy aixi 
the brid^ocmi is the son of ttie. 
late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Horace 
Graham of Washington, D. C. 

Given in marriage by her fa- 
ther, the bride wore a f(»Tnal 
zown of peau de sole with em- 
broidered flowers of mock pearls 
and tace on die fitted bodice and 
a bell skirt with a detachable 
diapel train. Her veil of imported 
silk illuskm fell from a head- 
piece of crystal pearls and orange 
blpssoms and she juried a cas- 
cade bouquet of varigated fdiage 
and white FugU chrysanthemums. 

Miss I^nelope Ann Guerin of 
Fairfax servwj as maid o( homt 
and WOTe a full lei^th gown of 
willow green sata peau with a 
matchii^ pillbox hat o( satin. %e 
carried a cascade bouqu^ of fol- 
iage and yellow Fugii. 

The bridesmaids, wearine sim- 
ilar outfits, were Miss Lynne 
Marmaduke, Ridimond; Miss 
Lin(fo Lawrence, Arlington; Miss, 
Katherine Bonner, Mcl^n; Miss 
Elizal>eth Paschall, Williamsburg; 
and Miss Brenda Marshall ai^ 
Miss Carol Boettdier, Virginia 
Beach. Little Beverly Jean Bu- 
chanan of Chesapeake, cousin oi 
the bride, was flower giri. 

Lt. Og.) Hugh Tultoch, USN, 
served as best man. Ushers were 



ale Kistler, Ens. James Wal- 
lace, Ens. Casimir ^crzypcak 
and Ens. William Fitiferald. 

A nceptic» was Md in the 
Chesap^e Room of the Com- 
missioMd Officeis Club at die 
Naval Station. 1^ coufrie will 
reside in Norfolk. 

Unlier Gardners 
Map Year's Plans 

MNIiH^ — The Llnl^ Gar- 
den Oub h^ m fint a^Ui^ of 
the year on Monday, Seplenbar 
23 at tte home of Mrs. Fmk L. 
F^ytress wMi Mrs. J. H. GnhMue 
as co4}ostoBi. 

The pfeiident, lbs. J. L. Kkdh 
en ,i»t^Med. Flans tix Ibe dtrii's 
activlti^ during the cwnii^ year 
were dteoMsed. 

lite <aiA wejeomed tro new 
menAa*, Mrs. W.. Thomas Swr- 
y«* and Mrs. Leo N. Michads, 
sko two y^xxn. 

Slides ot Ew(^)eui gardais 
w*ich weste taken last firing m 
Mr. and Mrs. (kidMne's tour ot 
Europe, were ^wwn by Mr. J. tt 
Gmhame. 



^mmri^ Looks: C 



Uoksi 




flasses are ovw, amart coi* leek to Ae •^trtitpr 
MjB MstMT and casual, with ^te^ m tert»S»^ 

sw^r^e tampered tweed w«^ wtth color mSm% 
the V-»«*lme. It's worn here ovw a vrttfte^^M^^L^ 
ti^^iMrt IHe .-Altfue-^tyled* i^^^jg^^ *'^- 
ci^djWdwti sml are aeMty aa^^^^ k 
wotf AmuscL To (m^hte te ^ay loi^ tnrtukii ^U. 

i^joaa wwn wWlma^^^^^^ ^*^ 



mmm 



Welcome W^on Club Insmlh New (^ken 



zaHtli 




. The Virgima Beach Welcome Wagon Qub installed new officers Monday. Pictured above at 
the home of Mrs. H. C. Hendron, Welcome Wagon hostess, are (left to rigjit): Mrs. K. R. Boemer, 
treMurH". Mrs. E E. Koch, vice-president; Mrs. J. H. Marsh, president; Mrs. Hendron ami Mrs. 
M. A. Pruden, iwretary. 



Thalia Garden 
Club Accepts 
New Members 

THALIA — The first regular meeting of the Thalia Garden 
Club was held recently at < the Thalia Methodist Church. 

Mrs. E. K. Eakes, president and Mrs. E. K. Land, treasurer, 
will be the (klcgates to the September meeting of the Federation of 
Garden Clubs of Norfolk and Vicinity which will be held at the 
Federation building. 



Mi^. Eakes and Mra. J. R. Goff 
will represent the club at the 
Tidewater i>iirtriot. Virginia Fed- 
er^ion of Garden Clubs, OetiAer 
17^ noeting which will be held 
at tiie Hotd Cbambertain at Old 
Point Comfort. 

Mxi. Gi^don Early announced 
fltat plans have been waAe for 
ftU itii« members of the club to 
inaite a tour of the Adam Thor- 
ou^ood Houae on Octob^ 2 at 
12:30 PJII. 

^ The following new members 
ytVK wtAxsned cordially to ^e 
chd) at this meeting; Mrs. R. E. 
Dawson, Mrs. J, W. Fowter, iMrs. 
J. R. Goff, Mrs. W. J. Klser, Mrs. 
W. C. Mom*, Mrs. H. W. Notes 
and Mrs. F. A. Retzke aH of this 



Ho^esses for the occasion were 
Mrs. M. M. Batenan, Mrs. 0. T. 
Bray and Mrs. C. H. Lupton. 

Mrsil. O. FVeeman, p^ presi- 
dent of the Thalia Ganten Club 

spoke on "Drying of Flower and 

Materia." 

The Malibu Garden Oqb 
judged and awarded ribbons in 
the following classes: 

Ai^tic Division: Blue, Mn. N. 
P. Amato. Mrs. CasUeman and 
Mrs. Eakers; Red, Mrs. D. S. Wffl- 
iard; Yellow, Mrs. D. D, Goff. 

Horticulture: Blue, Mrs. ^sasAo, 
Mrs. FreenMin, Mra. Caveman, 
»k1 Mtars. Lupton; Red, Mrs. L. 
R. Ackree and Mrs. Freeman; 
Yellow, Mrs. Castleman and Mra. 
Freeman. 



For Wom«i Only— 

If You Ask Me 



B^ Deid 



Home Dononstration Agent 



Well, here I am in the Blue Ridg^! The view and weather are 
beautiful, I have bera busy getting schedule fcM- classes arranged 
and watching the dorrrtitory where I will live be finished for occu- 
pancy. Thirty-four women upperclassmen will be there and I will 
be tbeir hoijse-mother! I have already had enou^ 
experiences to make a chapter in my book to be 
entitled "My Paze". 

1 have been able to get a few late peaches 
and have enjoyed Uiem. The apples look really 
pretty and taste good too. The trees have not had 
enough nip in the air to be really pretty but are 
beginning to turn. 

Organizing oneself is not easy but it surely 
is necessary. I feel we can help our children by 
helping them plan for the next day, ^getting things 
as books, etc. together. They might decide what 
to wear and learn to get it out too. A regular time 
for other activities including study and play helps them learn a sense 
of time. 

People, especially young girls, (Fm living with 34) must set 
great store by the number of things they have. Y<w sfiould see what 
this group in the Woman's Auxiliary Dormitorv where I am Student 
Counselor have!! Are we supolving things to help them have confi- 
dence? Could we be more helo m aiding ^em in having this feeling 
by cultivation abilities c/t work and attitudes of thought? 

Well, Ho-Hum, have to get these girls in bed or they'll never 
getup. ^ . 




Betty Deal 



Malibu rSvic 
On Nov. 2nd 

MALIBTT — The MaHbu Civic 
Ti«Hme will hold iN second annual 
Htrvesl; C'^stume Dance at the 
C^m^m. Nov. 2 from 9 to 1 a.m. 

Proceeds frwn 4he affair wiH 
beiMsfi-t tlw oledee tfiM<» bv ♦fH*» 
feswie to tfw new general h(«pital 
Ini'Wn'ff fund 

TldB* are is 00 f>er <^tmle and 
m^iv be obtained bv mllinf Mts. 
i^ftndm^ Tfin^n /an-'^^in) nr Mrs. 

iHTI Tirt+ be availah^ at fJ»e door. 

A S25 carti award will be given 
for die bei* eosbw^. 

Tlw ie9«nie will hold it« Ti«»xt 
merting T^h^^v at the Malawi 
i^!fne»fairv Seho«l at 8 t>m. 

.TOb t^ta/Sn ^bwd documen- 
tor, "Over and Under tfie Sea." 
^eix^ita ttie omstnif^on of tte 
<9nsHi^» Bav ftidee-Tunnd, 
"nVk be rirawn. U«^ure m ttw 
pnjeet wll be a^riWbte. 



Laumtor Summer CIoIIim Bafora 
SforiflH • 

Mm. Anne Sterling's fabric care 
tios for todav w on Coring sum- 
mer clothes. Laundering summer 
clothes before fell stoiw^e is es- 
neciallv imoortant. says Jkte. Ster- 
ling. Dire<^or of Conaimer Dela- 
tions for ittie American fostit^ 
of Immdering. trade asodaition 
for the orofessional Immdry indus- 
trv. The staim. soil, and oersoira- 
tion that are so much a nart of 
gnfTw>f*r activities mav beconw 
"set" in the fabric and the gar- 
ment wrH not be w<»raMe wb«i 
vou're ready to don the BgM- 
wei^it aMJre again. 



Sweater* LaUiKbr Eatilv 

Wa^ng sweaters is not difficult 
if wu fdHow the maiwfMtiire^s 
miggested meOiod. nvsMrs. Am^ 
Sterlifie, Director of Ckmsum®' 
Reteti<ms ftw the American bwrtl- 
b^ of lAundering. adding tt» 
fliff^Mttmi that ft mi^ be wise to 
kBiA tndtonit^M ^(rther fw^. 
iTita fwy #»y wont itreatch dur- 
12% latmdsix^. 



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Onu Pvlttrm No. 9900. fland Jvmptr. 
for a good beginning for tho $ehool 
foot, mako thit jumpf tor four young 
hopofut. H ratoM high mark$. No. 3200 
Mm«f In tlMot 4, 6, $, 10, 12, 14. Sin t 
takoi 3'/4 yordi of 35-lneh fabric for 
tumpof) V/t rardt 35-lnck for blouf. 

N<todl»work Patftrn No. 711. ColorfvH 
tmbtoidory, Cmbroldor Ihtto eolorftil 
bird$ and flowon on btd linoni. Hof- 
fron frontfdr poHtrn No. 711 cenfaJnt 
thro* mollf$ with compl»lm !nMfructlon$. 

Our Noodlowoik Calolog eonlalning a 
coupon for a frmo poftorn It SO tontt. 

Stnd 35c for ooch drtti patttrn, 25e 
for oach noodlawork paH»rn< (add 5c for 
ooch pattmrn for third clati mailing and 
lOc for machpatttrn for fir it elan mail- 
ing) to AUDREY UN£ »MIAU, Uk 1490, 
Now rork I, N.r. 



BUY U.S. 

SAVINGS 
ONDS 

«o«niiMun»Mi«K# 




ThbTofft 




Personal Mention 



Ttwrriay, Sapta wb e r S6 

10:M A.M. — Regi^rstion La- 
dies Day Out Series, VlrginMi 
]^ch Methodic Chundi. 

7m P.M. -^ ^d Dog ObetU- 
en<% Training Class, LinUiWn 
Park Shopping Centra*. 

Friday, -SefHendMr tf 

10:00 A.M. — lit Bowling Cbws, 
Rinaldi Ptoza Bowl, Princes Anne 
Plaza. 

1^ Golf Class, Stumpy Lake 

Course, Indian River Road, Hi^- 
land Linb Course, Southwest of 
Plaza. 

8:00 PM.— 2nd BaHroom Danc- 
ing Class, American Legion Hall, 
Ls^n R3«l. 

Monday, Se p tembar 30 

11:00 A.M. — Publicity Cwmnit- 
tee MeeUng, "Y" Office, 303i30th 
l^i^et. 

8:00 P.M. — 2nd Evening Ck>ed 
Classes, ¥it^ Presbyterum. 
Tuesday, Odobei* 1 

9:30 A.M. — Ist Classes Ladles 
Day Out, Kempsville, Emmanuel 
Epls(»pal Church. 

Wednesday, Oefo6er 2 

9:30 A.M.— 2nd Classes, Ladi^ 
Day Out, Bay side Christian 
Church. 

7:30 P.M. — Ladies' Swim 
Classte, Teenage Girls Synchron- 
ized Swim Class, Cavalier Hotd 
Pool, 

Thursday, October 3 

9:30 AM. — 1st Class, Ladies' 
Day Out, Virginia Beach Method- 
ist Church. 

7:00 P.M. — 3rd Dog Obedi- 
ence Training Class. 

Too biKy this week to give you 
ftirther news. Watch neart week's 
colmun yCsth a new peraomdity 
guest writer. 



Ifr. and Mrs. WaiBrd R. A^ 
bum, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 
McCkman, ^., and }lt. and Mis. 
Di^ky Cocte win leave Tuesday 
to speirf several days in New 
Ywk City. 



John Dinanore, son of Mrs. 
John C. Dinsmore, Jr., has left 
to r^^me his ^dies at the Uni- 
verse of Virginia in Charlottes- 
vUlel 



Mr. ami Afa^. Conway Channii^ 
of Pittsburgh, Pa., are ending 
this week visiting Mr. Channing's 
bnjtber-in-law and sister, Mr. and 
Mrs.-Joihn F. Winn, Jr., at theu- 
home on Raieigb Drive. 



Mrs. W. Donald Oarke of Alex- 
andria, spent last weekend with 
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julian 
S. Lawrence in Cavalier I^k. 




Mr. and Mrs. Reid D^gs of 
Jacksonville, Fla., spent several 
days last week visiting their son- 
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 
William Jordan Fanney at their 
home on 59^ St. 



Mrs. L. P. Roberts, Jr., of Roa- 
noke, is visiting her si^r, Mrs. 
Lathrop Bevan and Mr. Bevan 
at their home in Princess Anne 
Hills. 



Mrs. J. Kirkland Scarborough, 
president of the Bayside Junior 
Woman's Club, has r^umed to 
her home in Malibu after spend- 
ing several days in Roanoke and 
attending the Virginia Federation 
of Woman's Clubs Board meeting. 



Mi% &isan Hutchison, dau^- 
ter of Mrs. Harry !E. Hutchison, 
will leave today to enter Averett 
Junior CoU^e in DanvOle. 



Mrs. C. La^K^nce Talbott has 
returned to ber home in Waynes- 
boro, after spending severe dayls 
visiting her sister-in-law, Mii. 
William P. IMckson, iSr., at her 
Bay Colony home. 



Capt. Loki Ma^e of Fensacola, 
Fla., was the recent guest of Mr. 
and Mrs. John F. Winn, Jr., at 
their h(Hne on R^eigh Drive. 



Miss Christine Reynolds, daugb' 
ter of Capt. and Mrs. Geoi^e iR. 
Reynolds, USN, Princess Anne 
HUls, has entered Radford Col- 
lege. 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

"HOW LOVELY YOU LOOK!" bn't that what you want to 

hear? You woaldn't be a woman if you didn't! Nobody ever nttwed 
ttose wordi to a lady whose locks wer^ less than lovely. If it's a long 
time since anyone nid iiiat to yon . . . why not come in and see 
what we can do about it? We're here to prove that your hair is the 
key to your whole personality. We're heiie to put it at its glMming 
bMt. You really owe yoursdf tiM 6in of being loveVol 

STYLISTS 
MRS. TERRY MR^. REED 

MRS. BROWDER MR. VINCENT 

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Miss Elaine Coyner, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Coyner, 
left Monday for Danville where 
she will regime her ^udies at 
Stratford Hall. 



Miss Catherine M. Wei ton, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
F. Weiton, HI, of Bay C(Hony, 
has enteied the Junior class of 
the Preparatory department of 
Penn Hidl Junior College and 
Preparatory School, Chambers- 
burg, Pennsylvania. 

Dr. and Mrs. John Blanchard 
Miles, Jr.,' who have be«j resid- 
ing in Chapel Hill, N.C., are now 
making their h(»ne at 3905 Old 
Shell Road in Lynnhaven. Dr. 
Mil« has joined the faculty of 
Old Dominion College. 




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The Urge To Regulate 



The urge to regulate and regiment, 
well-intentioned as it may be, often runs 
to extremes. 

At tl^ moment this is the case with regu- 
latory proposals being considered by the 
Ffideraf Trade Commission. These concern 
several long-established practices. One is 
pnMlcketing— whereby the manufacturer 
marks th© article in question with a sug- 
gested selling price, in the hope that this 
wilJ be a guide to consumers and will pro- 
vide the retailer with a profit sufficient to 
Wicowage him to advertise, display and do 
iiis bfst to sell the product. Another deals 
with laboring and packaging. Still another 
deals with the f9xt of acf^ertising, as it in- 
volve! sudi Inducements as "free", "sale", 
"special", and "discount. 

These practices have been used at times 
^ uriscrupuJcMJS operators to the disadvan- 



tage of unwary buy^ But^hls does not do 
away with the fxt that in the vast majority 
of instances they have been honestly and 
fairly employed, and have performed an 
important servia to all concerned— pro- 
ducer, distributor, consumer. What is need- 
ed, as new and changed regulations are 
considered, is a calm perspective. It would 
be folly to fail to see the forest because of 
the trees. 

Competition is itself a powerful weapon 
against misleading labeling, advertising or 
anything else. So is consumer know-how— 
the housewife is a canny buyer and she 
can't be fooled often or for long. Regula- 
tions are needed, and excellent, proven 
ones have long been in effect. But the urge 
to regulate must not be translated into bu- 
reaucratic dictation that would do far more 
harm than good. 




Let's Hear From The Family Farm 



The ^mily farm has been the subject of 
fBwrh ¥WTJ©d discussion, spurred by the 
^ar that it is in danger of being absorbed 
by the big cwporate farm. 

Yet, aocMcUng to the Secretary of Agrl- 
^ltur#, the family farm seems to have 
teen Riding ite own and then some. In a 
late v^ar it accx>unted for a higher propcwr- 
tlon erf all farms than it did 1 5 years before 
and, ilso, for a higher percentage of total 
maHc#ing$. 

Evfm so, the S^retary feels that steps 
should be taken to strengthen its power of 
surviNtfl. A/lost important of these is govern- 
ment idion to ". . . insure fair prtces to 
farmers ^roug^ publte supply manige- 
faent'pyegrams when overpradu^ksn 



makes such programs necessary." 

That phrase should be read again and 
pondered in order to understand its full 
import. If "public supply management" 
means anything, it means government con- 
trol. So, to save the farmily f^rm from pos- 
sible corporate absorption, w© should give 
the power of management cJecisior\ to a 
federal bureaucracy. We should, moreover, 
subject it to a program which has cost the 
taxpayer the-lord-knows-how-m a n y bill- 
ions of dollars, produced some juicy scan- 
dals, and pilftd chaos apcm twifusion. 

One would like the views of some typi- 
cal family farnn owners on this drear pros- 
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When Enooiiragement is Merited 



A primary reaKsn for tax revision and 

tax reform is to stimulate investment and 

^pansk^ in jc^-producing, wealth-crea^ 

,^g industry. Yet some of ^e current tax 

j«;oposals would have the opposite effect 

on industries of the mc«t vital nature. 

It is estimated that one would increase 
the taxes paid by oil and gas producers by 
$280 million a year. And oil and gas pro- 
duction, let it be remembered, involves 
great risks. The apverage exploratory well 
c»sts about $90,000 nowadays, and only 
one in nine finds any gas or oil at all. The 
(lew t^^ couW be compensated for only 
^y cutJMcks in exploration, or by inaeases 
ta.the c^t <rf oil products to the consumer. 
Neither ©f these alternatives, certainly, 
■ would encourage and spur the oil people, 
or anyone else Involved. 
: A bok at the world picture provides still 



more compelling evidence against such tax 
proposals. Oil is a crucial weapon in the 
cold war-and that war will continue, no 
matter what agreements on nuclear testing 
and related problems may be reached be- 
tween the powers. The Soviet Union uses 
oil to woo the nations which are not yet 
finally (Ximmitted to either the Communist 
or the Free World blocs. This amounts to 
the toughest kind of competition for the 
West— for the Soviets, in the pursuance of 
their implacable national goal of ultimate 
world economic supremacy, often sell oil at 
prices which bear llttb or no relationship 
to production and distribution costs. 

If any industry merits the encouraqe- 
ment of it is oil. That is true not only of the 
companies which operate in the cbmestic 
market, but also of those which operate in 
the international sphere as well. 



Funerals 



MRS. ^?^.DA ^IS CRAVEN 

VmCMA BEACH — Mrs. Ma- 
tttda Cravai, 59, of 4^ E. 78th 
^ 9kiw York C^, died Satur- 
4iy at 7^ pjn. in a Virginia 
Beach iuMpMil after a loDg ill- 
ness. 

A nativf ^ New Y<h* City, she 

•mm a dauber of Qnilio and Mrs. 

9i»*>eth WlSiams Weise and wife 

^ Wflliam J. Craven of New York. 

Sl» was a menAer of St. Ste- 
l*en'8 O^iolic Church of New 
York CAty. 

Besides her husband, she is sur- 
Wr^ by a <faugbter, Mrs. Anthony 
£ Mm^ of Virginia Beach; a bro- 
||«r, .tafieph W^ of New York 
Wy; and two sirters, Mra. Kath- 
eriiK Jiwianan of Westwood, iN.J.. 
ami i^k B^tzice Haisehnan of 
^Mdfl.N.Y. 

ThB ^y ^tts MQi Anm it»m- 
^ ItaJM^J Home, Virginia Beach, 
# Frank E. Cwnptell Funeral 
Hmm, Mew York City, fm a fuiwr- 
^ar^ee mi ismM aa dkl Cal- 



Mte Mmt EsMla Archibald 

^^^VB^ -^ ifm mil E» 
" ^ totet <bu^- 
"fts.FauHne 
iH 1425 In- 
M^ ^Md, d^ Monday at 
iJBpB. in a HmMk J^pital aft- 




naember of Ifenipsvilk Presbyter- 
ian Church. She was in the sev- 
enth grade at Woodstock Elemen- 
tary School. 

TTie ^cond of triplet girls born 
Halloween night 1950 at De Paul 
Hiatal, she was the smallest. 
weighing 4 pounds, 3 ounces. 

Identical, they were known as 
the "A, B, and C" triplets for 
several, days before they were 
named. They wore identification 
bracelets 14 months before their 
own mother could be iure which 
was which. 

Besides bet parents, she is sur- 
vived by her triplet sisters. Miss 
Adair Louise Ardiibald and Miss 
Cteire Gladys Archibald; her old- 
er sister, Miss Pauline Emma Ar- 
chtt>ald; and her older bratiier, 
#miam L. Archibald Jr., aU of 
Virginia ^ach. 

A funeral ^rvice was conduct- 
ed Wetoesday at U am in Hollo- 
mon-Brown Funeral Home by the 
Rev. J. L. CopiMKk of KempsvUle 
Presbyterian Church. Burial was 
in Riverside Jtemorial Park. 



died Monday at 12:10 a.m. in a 
Norfolk hospital. 

A native of York, Pa., she lived 
in this area for 50 years. 

Besides her husband, she is sur- 
vived by two daugWers, Mct. 
Ethel W. Smith of Norfolk and 
Mrs. Ross P. WiWe of Virginia 
Beach; a «on, A. Page Ware Jr. 
of Norfolk; a sist«-, Mrs. Louise 
Lynes of York; three granddiil- 
dren and a great grandchild. 

A ftineral service was conducts 
ed Tuesday at 1 p.m. in H. D. 
Oliver Funeral Apartments. Bur- 
ial was in Forest Lawn Cemetery. 




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SCRIBE DESCRIBES li *"<•" ""^ 
BERMUDA 

lY HITA VKI4.^V 

BAYS|0£-~Tbere is a tong that goes sarastUQi Uto ,llk 
"Ut's take a boat to ^nouda. . ?i And k> we^ WmS SB 
QUEEN OF BERMUDA! We sailed frpm New York^Uurdty 
September 7, into another WQrkl — to wiuch we are not accus- 
tomed. Anybody that takes that ship and dn^cn't hs<ve a good time, 
vvoukl be unl»appy In HEAVEN? - --^- 




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Making plans for the art contest are L. Manning Burcher, 
President Eastern Va. T.B. Association, <left) and J. R. Sears, 
Chairman of the Board, Home Federal Saving & Umub Asso- 
ciaticm. 

AREA ARTISTS ASKED TO 
SUBMIT TB SEALS DESIGN 



NORTOyc — Artists of East- 
ern Virginia are invited to submit 
t3»ir Weas on the design for fu- 
ture Christmas Seals. An award 
of tl.OOO is offered by the Na- 
tional Tuberculosis Association to 
the artist whose design is selected. 

The Christmas Seal is an Ameri- 
can tradition. The first Seal used 
in the fight against tuberculosis in 
this country was designed in 1907 
l)y Emily P. Bissell, a Red Gross 
w»rker. The purpose of this first 
Christmas Seal Campaign was to 
help keep a small tuberculosis 
sanatorium from closing its doors. 
The campaign was a success; three 
thousand dollars was contrilHited. 

Through <the years the annual 
Chri^n^s Seal campaign has 
grown until now wl^n approxi- 
mately $26 miHion is bemg con- 
tributed each year by tte pec^e 
_, — ._... . _ 



P.A. Hunt 
On Sunday 



PRINCESS ANNE — The Prin- 
cess Anne Hunt will hold an '.'Old 
Fashioned Point to Point" Sunday 
at 2 p.m. 

The event win be followed by 
dinner at the clubhouse, located 
on Nimmo Road one mile west of 
Oceana Boulevard. 

Teams of two horses each will 
leave the clubgrwinds at five min- 
ute intervals and wiB cover a cross 
country course taking about IW 
houra. 

A hunting pace wiH be required 
suitable for the terrain, consisting 
of open fields and woods, rustic 
jumps and ditdies and one stretdi 
along the banks of a canal. 

A mid-way check point of three 
minutes will be required to rest 
horses and check for soundness. 

Times wiH be kept on each temn 
and the winner wiU be determined 
by ttie one having the closest to 
the average tin^ of aU teams en- 
tered. 

Participating in the event wiH 
be adult and ^nior riders frwn 
all over Tidewater, including some 
from Rideawile Stable, Princess 
Anne Stables, Marlyn Farms and 
Tidewater Horse and Pony Associ- 
ation. 

This event will prelude the fox 
hunting season which officially 
opens November 2. 



of the United Statw to aipport 
the work of more than 2200 state 
and local tutierculosis associations 
affiliated with the National Tuber- 
cutosis Association. 

L. Maiming Burcher, president 
of the TB Association for Eastern 
Virginia arranged with National 
officials to obtain the original art 
of recent Christmas Seals. Five of 
the winning designs are now on 
display in the lobiby of Honw Fed- 
eral Savings and Loan Association 
ait Boush Street at Brambleton 
Avenue in Norfolk. The display 
wiH remain through Friday when 
it will be nK)ved to Ohio. 

Burcher said pamptdets d^- 
cribing if>ecifteations for Christ- 
rms Seal designs for the ^dance 
of artists are available at Home 
Federal (hiring the 
may be dbftamed trom 
aiion k>cal fa^Klquarters. 



Mrb Lmiu BayimUar Wert 

VmCINU BEACH — Mra. Le- 
ona BaymiUer Ware, 6^ of ^>5 
Wth St., wife of Arthur Page 
Ware, Sr., and daughter of Les- 
ter ad Mr 



ARTHUR J. WHITE 

NORFOLK — Arthur J. White, 
76, huiband of the late Mrs. Mar- 
guerite DoUard White and son of 
Caleb C. and Mrs. Mary E. White, 
died in Los Angeles Sunday. 

A native of Knotts Island. N.C. 
he hved in Los Angeles 58 years. 
He was a tetired real estate sales- 
man. 

He is survived by a daughter, 
Mrs. Dolland Storey, a son, John 
Arthur White, and a sister, Mrs. 
Martin Winkkr,' ^ of horn An- 
geles; two brotl^^, Calrih W. 
White of Los Anf^les and Clem- 
ent R, V^tte of Lynnhawn. Vir- 
ginia Beach; four gramlchildren 
and a great-grandchild. 

The body is taing brou^ to 



MClilSD A. BRYAN 
EDDIE N. MATNEY 
USS ENTERPRISE (FHTNC) 

— Richard A. Bryan, electronics 
technician third class, USN, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Bryan 
of 7912 Olive Grove Lane, Ma- 
rine Private First Qass Eddie N. 
Matney, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
A. C. Matney of 600 Avalon 
Ave., both of Virginia Beach, are 
serving aboard the attack aircraft 
c a r r I e r U S S ENTERPRISE 
which recently visited Barcelona, 
Spain in the course of her six 
months deploymeitt with the 
Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. 
• Ports of call during the cruise 
included Naples and Genoa, 
Italy; Cannes, France; and Bar- 
celona. 

An Atlantic Fleet unit, EN- 
TERPRISE is slated to return to 
her operational pwt, Norfolk, 
late thi^jnomh. 



There is a steward to pick up^ 
your clothes, if you arc sloppy, 
nwke y-our bed, turn it down at 
n^t, keep a supply of clean 
towels on hand and if you de- 
sire, he will call you in the morn- 
ing and give you a weather report 
for the^day- 

The trip to the dining room » 
a "nightmare for all dieters" but 
for the rest of us it is heavenly. 
I he food is superb an<;l anything 
you could wish for as well as 
dishes you have never tried. But 
that is not the end of the fcx>d— 
mic^orning ice ciream is sjrved 
to a^I on deck or in the pufe^Uc 
roorpis. Tea is served (aompdy 
at 4:00 p.m. (Because it is a 
British ship you know.) And at 
11:00 p.m. a midnight snack is 
served on tin; prpmonade ^k. 
Such food you never saw. By 
that time if you have been goug- 
ing you need an Alk%4eJtzer, or 
better, two! 

The ship carried an orchestra 
— Al D<Mlohue — a Cruise Direc- 
tor and slup'4 hostess. All of 
these people make the trip most 
enjoyable. There are deck games, 
bingo, a first run movie, swim- 
ming, lounging in deck chairs — 
if that is what yon came for! 
There is a |»rty each night, with 
dancing and games in which the 
audience participates and a better 
"floor show" you never saw! 

Monday momii^ the ship ar- 
rives at Bermuda and you think 
"it can't be real." ITie colors of 
everything are so beautiful. The 
ocean is the very bluest you can 
imagine and the houses are all 
painted different pastel colors 
with white rocrfs. They dot the 
hillside like fah^land. 

TTie first thing you see when 
you get off the ship is what ap- 
pears to t>e an Eni^ish Bobby in 
Bermudas. This policeman is 
standing m a small hc^ in the 
middle of the intersectfon direct- 
iM traffic. By fliis ttoe you are 
fipfiing 'Imiyliitt drives on 
tfte" wrong side of Wuc street in 
this placel" B<^iuida is an Eng- 
lish Colony and foltows the Eng- 
lish ti'aditidn of driving cm the 
left. The steering wheds of the 
cars are all on tte r^t Only 
smaU fore^ cars are allowed 
on the islands. Because the streets 
are so narrow no American cars 
are allowed. Also, no Americans 
are allowed to drive cars on the 
island until they h3ve been there 
six months: 

bt order not to clog up tlie 
islands with a terrible traffic jam 
each family is only allowed one 
car and that is drivai by the 
husband. The wives and teen- 
agers ajlride motor bikes. This 
time we found a bus system on 
the islands. They are compact — 
possibly British made — and with- 
out springs I am sure, for a 
bumpier ride I never had! 

Bermuda is composed of 365 
islands, many of them very small 
and connected by bridges and 
causeways or ferrtes. The whole 



BASKIN' -IN THE^UN 



By GORDON BASKIN 




WILLIAM M. BRIGHT 

GREAT LAKES, ILL. Oof^en Bnkin 
(FHTNQ— William M. Bright, 
17. son of Mr. and Mrs. William 
H. Bright of 615 23rd St., Vir- 
ginia Beach, is undergoing nine 
weeks basic training at the Navii 
Training Center, Great Lakes, 
lU. 

The intensive training include 
naval orientation, organizaticm 
and history, Imsic military regu- 
lations, ordnance and gunnery, 
seamanship, shipboard lOutkie, 
damage control, sentry du^ aiul 
military drill, physical fitne^, 
swimming, first aid and survival. 

During the training period re- 
cruits receive tests and interviews 
which determine their future as- 
s^nments in the Navy. Upon 
oompleting tfie iwogram tlwy are 
aasigned to seivke schods hr 
t«:hnical instruction or to ihips 



I have a small gripe about the newspapers and magazmes. It 
has gotten to the point that I cannot read the funnies in the paper, 
or tocA at the pictures of the pretty gals. Know why? The dam 
ings are full erf articles sftwut the American 
eenager and his troubles and tribulations. Hav- 
en't seen an article for some little time that had 
anything nice to say atxnit the miserable wretches, 
and that ain't fair. 

I am a slight bit prejudiced about teenagers for 
two reasons. First of all I usta teach them in large 
numbers, and secondly, — I own one. 

I don't think they're so bad. I dunno about 

you, but I'm sure most of the adults who are 

reading this column wouldn't like to have a few 

of their closet skeletons dragged out for publte 

view and discussion. I shudder to think of »)me 

of die diinp that we had happen to us, and I'm certain that my 

parents thought I'd Ic^t my feeble mind — ^just like all parents at this 

particular time in history. 

' . I'll venture the remark that no <ms ever told parents that raisiM 
chfldren was easy, and furtherm<ve, I susp^t that n(Xie of us worf 
as hard at teing good examptes as we could. We ti^, and sometimes 
that isn't enou^. 

I have a helpful hint for those adults who are about to flip 
their lids over their children. It is an invention of mine called 
"po^tor Bas^in's Teenage Quick-Freeze Box." This little numb^ 
is a poor sutetitute for stayia' home ai^ raising children, but it wUI 
be 8 hdp to scmw folks who'd rather not knuclde cbwn to the j(^ ^ 
hand. 

The "Box" is abcwt the siK of a arffm, and has frwzing 
equipment which will frecK a teeiager solid in four seconds. The 
diitctions for use are simple. On the child's thirteenth birthday,, 
p^ ^ chiW in the box and turn on tke switch. Tate out the child 
aj^e|pmine for spoU^e every ten days. Thaw out t^ child m h» 
t^jomtt birttday. Buy a hoK\ Vou can play rtri(%e and golf ud 
gripe about children in perfect comfort 

You'll miss a thou»nd diuckles, and fliat hmise wUl be kmdy 



or shore stations for on-the-job 

Gaining in a Navy trating spe- as a tomb, but your trouble will be ovet. Aa4 so wUl your re^oa 



island is only 24 miks in loiigA 
and possibly a half a miks wide, 
tt is a coral reef. In some pkcei 
the top soil only looJn to be two 
or throe iachef tbnlk but poUtoes 
are raised there ifin odier oiaces 
it must be deeper 

The fbwqit and triadts tm 
beautiful. Xm Bermuda c^^ is 
dlsaf^jcaring hecau« of a btyAt 
which struck the trees in 1947. 
However, Australian palms htvt 
been bnported to take their place 
and they grow very re|wlly. 
There are many vamties of falm 
trees, banasii ti^i, Tte fire 
cracker tr^, whfch we thoi^t 
so unusual wid) its hanging Oh 
ange flowers. T^ere were many 
varieties of o^eoanda, hibuscus, 
crepcmyrtle, & mmm^ to name 
only a few. 

The only fact(xy on Befmuda 
is a "perfume facto^." What 
could be lovelier to visit? Vkmct 
fragrances are matte their — 'Paft- 
skm Flower, JaKn^e>-<^»M!^Mr 
and Lily. The gukle tM us tibat 
it takes diree 3«ars {oeli» ^^ 
fume to age and 19 montte for 
the cologne and toilet wat«n. 

The homes oo the islands are i 
all made of coral, ewn the roofs. 
TTie coral is quaried in blocks so 
a man can handle them. Thin 
sheets of coral are cut for the 
roof and ^t on in a Single 
fashion, overlappmg. When tnk 
is completed die wnole ImUding 
is given a coat of cement, which 
seals the p(M«s in die coral. The 
roofs are paints white because 
they are used to trap rainwater 
for drinking. There is no freA 
water on the islands. The rain- 
water is drained dmyn dirou^ 
a pipe to an underground tenk 
and stored for use. Water is quite 
a probleih in Bermuda ami they 
never have any to waste. Occa- 
sionally, during a very dry fpell 
it is broug^ into di«i by wip. 

According to a taxi drivef.'tlte 
population of Bermuda is 45,000 
and ol this numbn' a good 60% 
are negroes. The Bermuda ne- 
groes are slimmer than our 
southern negroes and of ccnitk 
talk with a British accent. Which 
IS very strange indeed— to us. 

We found the Bermucknians to 
feel a kinship to Virginia. The 



LmI f*r^. fiqHeaolbar aoth, 

Ow MOM mm^t oi m Mwiy 

CTWiiifl !-'— "*"■'■ aiMtiA 
roan 4 ^Wlkh 

School. Several men]d)ers iol^ie 
Intemettonal RoUry CUb ipri 
prewDft while the qnetinf fti 
ooMtucted tv interim jxreeMent 
PauldeWJtt. 

The question of duel «u int 
diacuued, and it weiT JnMMPljr 

m an anmiTMH. 01 cwrae^ 
4he ma^ smmA ol he duet 
Utek a Utile taen drtJipraitton. 
nomum, it was flii|% deeMed 
that eacdi nmakei Aamd p^ |1 
per y^o-. The d^ i^ttea AiO 
te ieft to ^ managatawt e(f 
Ctiiem Barro, ^h ^mmer. 

The ttf xt ^^ of <ttaeu^^ 
d»K vm tiw (j^rtkffi <a a aer 
u^ spoBsor. AU vmre la ftm»- x4 
Mr. CMfeland, fomer Ro^iy €h^ 
•dweor and pmmrt riwol 4^ 
,te» ^e<icr . 

fke bteMt CMb ifafl 1»A| 
meethi^ on tlM BicA end tUva 
F^^m <rf every ga<»itti in rMA4 
M9iBiAMrec|iP<d.^Ui mm' 
^k mu reached lAer muA 4# 

iMiihiiii III ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiih 

attne ti^bie mlgtit Mmim with 
the fooilbiil 4eeai^ pneHee edwd- 
ate. 

Sev^el ^s^sa wepe brou^it up 
awl diasiased trt th^ ^iMw^i^g in 
Tetaranee to the fiist ehito •cttvi* 
ties. However, Itaom^ tte iaiUa* 
tlv» ol PmiI de Witt, eommilteet 
vere updated to ^^omcff an ez: 
(taange ^oSmA pii(^(iiffl, a p^ 
tognqitay «chtf}it, tad a aAos^ 
iiii&e ecmtol bureau. 

The Interact Gub wffi i)e of- 
ficudly Inttiatted at a ^^ ^^tey 
and I^erat^ dlnaer (o be 1m^ tk 
the IQack Angus ia the m»r fu- 
ture. 



LACKLAND AICTcx. — 
Airman Dopald E. J^kson, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Lecm D. Jack- 
scm, 8116 Huntii^hfll C«iit,^ 
^%^ia 9eeeh,' ie Mg i^uh 
signsd to Lowry Ara, Colo., fot 
technnal trainlag u • United 
Sm» Ak Force mttB^<»is spot 
ciahA 

Airman Jackson, \»dio ^- 
listnS in the Air F<»ce a ^ort 
time 1^, has ccmpbted his uu| 
tial basic military traii^ h^^ 

Hie airman is a 1962 gradual 
of Princess Anne Hii|^ Schoott 



• U^AI. NOTiCiS 



ComBMmweaMh trf Vtndi^ In 
the Clerk's Office of the Oicrit 
Court of Ihc aiY ol VMiibi 
Beach, on the 24lh dey ol 1^ 
teniv^^ l^v3« 
BARBARA L. CAHILL, 

Plaimiff, 
agafant 
JAMES CURTIS CAHILL, 

E^endant 
ORD£B (^ PUBUCATION 

The object ci this suit is to 
olrtain a divorce A Vinculo Ma- 
trimonii from the said defendant, 
UpcMi tte ptHiBffa al adult^. 

And an ^idavit having lieen 
matfe and fited diat the d^adant 
is a non-resident (A the Sti^ oi 
Virginia, the last known posi 
oifke address being: 800 Mili- 
tary Highway, Norfolk, Virginia. 
Not resident <tf the &ate (tf 
Virginia, it is 'orders that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do wha^ m^ he necessaiy to 
protect his interest in this suit. 
A cwy — Teste; 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
BY: Mary M. Wlike, D.C. 
Broudy, Baker & Broudy, p.q. 
Virgiaia National Bank BaUd^ 
Norfolk, Viiginia 

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IMPORTANT 



REGISTRAR'S NOTICE 

NOTICE OF REGISTRATION 

GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBERS, 19G3 



to All Qualified Voters of Yi^nia Beach Burough or City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 

TAKE NOTICE, that I shall on the 5th day of October sit at my office 
at City Hall Annex, between the hours of 9M Mk and 5:00 p.m. for the 
purpose of rei^tering voters, tip hms tl^ last day you niay make 
appUcatifm t^ r<^ter bef oi^ the GENEJtAL ELECTION to be held on 
the 5th day of IKcMreml^r, 1963, as j^otU ^ by law. 

Robind J. White 

Registrar for Ya, Beach Buroagh 

Dated this 24th day of Septeipber, 196^ 
in Yirguiia Beach, Virginia 




iWP To Air 
NMre Dame 
pfto Qloinos 

VBbGMA BfiACH ~ Stilting 
tids SMurt^y Ra^ 8tati<m 1VIBOF 
^j9 broiMietA flotre Dmm foot- 
)Mi &jpm «9di SiAurday af ter- 
qott, U fa» baen aanoiuu^. 

The Notre Dame - Witconsin 
pme urill be broadcast Sjibirday 
iaitusg at 1:20 pjn. lllw i^ o! 
the ttbeduld of SMui^y games 
include Purdue, Od. 5; Souttiem 
C^Oi^aia, Oct. la,- U.CJ..A., Oct. 
19; Navy, Nov. 2; Pittsburgh, 
Nov. 9; Michigan Sate, Nov. 16; 
Iowa. Nov. 23; lyod Syracuse, 
Nov. 28. 

fh a^tttioi) to tiw Notre Ihme 
scibedt^ WSO^ wB carry the 
Anay-Navy ffvoe on Sn^uiday, 
Novea^bir M. Tlw Araay'Kavy 
bf6«k»8t will begin at 12:60 p.m. 
l^OF is M 15S0 on the did. 



\ri^ini4i S^ch SUN-NeWS, Thursday, S«ptomber 26, 1963 



P^«S-A 



79(0 Seahawk Backfield 



Football It 
Ivonrwhero In 
City Progran 

Hvbkte and Touch football 
Iftf^s have emerged on five 
pli^gFoun<li. Pembroke, with four 
tcttDB, Sielton Park, Thorou^- 
gaod and King's Grant with one 
ea^ afiieoe ^ a^un fidd teams 
in regidation footbaU. lliis league 
wiH a^mpt |o 'p^ each otber at 
teast once for a six-'g^ne schedule. 
'Qus l^ue U f«rtikted to those 
jNunclain c^ ebeaoataiy school 
tevel that are not playing in the 
lieeraa^n Athletic Leagues. The 
toa^e is fomKd <» ui informal 
note with the chU^en providing 
tteia* own e^piifumBt and volun- 
kua <^u^als. At ttiis iisQ» it is 
hopad tiurt tie pmes can be 
j^hijwd on Satoday nkornin^ rath- 
er tiiaa .OBiKbool ^by afternoons. 

Malibu has Started a touch foot- 
b# league and are cuIlreBl^^ plan- 
ning to play two efit«ni|M|s a 
week, This laagoa is daa com- 
prised of elementary schopl age 
children. 

' f^WlWfi^ Directons are issu- 
ipg a <)>^ % parents for volun- 
ipil' Mil j^^e formVf officials 
ffkd ^^tf. Anyone t^t \& inter- 
fl^ atn «uttact the diraGitor- ^ 
^ ^^iStPXuM. PlaygipoMJ^ not 
haii^ilrad iivib the footb^}^gi»s 
are also in need of vdunteer^p. 




Chappy Chaplain, Bill Mercer, Rick Nolan and Qiris Hanson. 



Kellan Spirit 
Higli After 
First Victory 

ViIRGINIA BEACH — At least 
one dty high school fooitA^ team 
began its vatrsity competition with 
a victory last week when Kellam 
High's Kni^its whipped Kecough- 
tan, 12 to 6. The game was Uie 
flirst for b0& achoglis. 

Now the Knights are looking 
ahead to their game with Chuck- 
sltm^ Saturday night in the Vir- 
giEda Bead) Memorial Stadium. 
Gune time is 8 p.m. 

Kecou^Man scored fo-st last 
Friday night at Darling Memor- 
ial Stadium in Hampton. But, the 
fighting Knights fell on a fumble 
Ijyte in the second period in the 
enemy's eiwi zone to knot the 
score at 6 to 6. 

Midway of tHw final period Kel- 
lam smarted a march that ended 
in a peifecA 25-^u:d pass from 
Ronnie Morris to end %m Rich 
to give tihe Knights ^e go-ahead 
touchdown that ultimately meant 
victory. 

Playing for Ifellam in this first 
game were Spitzner, iRich, Car- 
son, Wright, Reyndds, Van Or- 
d«i,' Matyiko, Gergora, IMxon, 
Ye^ion, Day, Pexnicak, Williams, 
Ondtbs. Byrtus, Rozos, Morris, 
<MdLeri*on and Etheridge. | 



Top Senior 
Tennis Here 
This Week 



VIRGIN'IA BEACH — Top Uni- 
ted Stat^ senior tennis play»« 
win be here this weekend as the 
State seniors championships be- 
gin Friday on the Capes Hotel 
courts. ^ • r-^-K^ i. . ' 

Three of^t&e nation's top ten 

senior playere wiU be here in the 
persons of George Ball, Harry 
Hoffman and Bill Millikan. 

Ball is ranged fourth nation- 
ally and will be top seeded in the 
local tournament. He is the de- 
fending champion and has won 
tbe title for the past 'three years. 

Hoffman, altiiough third ranked 
in the nation, will be second seed- 
ed behind BaH for tl«e Virginia 
Beach event. Hoffn»n Mton the 
event m 1%7-I9a8-1959. 

Singles play is sch^hiled to be- 
gin on Friday wJth doubles ph^y on 
Saturday. T^e tourney wiO swnd 
up on Sund^ ^ : ^ 



Irene Ryan of "The Beverly 
Hillbillies" co-starred witfi Bob 
Hope on his tours of military in- 
stallations overseas during World 
War II. 




SEUTEST FULFILLS ITS PitOMISE .. .THROUGH QUAUTY CONTROL! 



Sealtest has made a promise to every mother. 
The promise is a simple one: to produce 
Um finest milk possible. 

To aoiomplish this, Sealtest uses the latest 
in laboratory equipment, the ultimate in mod- 
* em production technique, and tl^ talents o! 
trained personnel. The quality of Sealtest 
Milk is controlled from the farm right to your 
door. In fact, most of the people at a Sealtest 
plant work at quality controL 

Vm kind of (fedkotion caa only resuU m 
^ inetf mi&. Serve Sealtirt! 



YOU* FAMHY KSHCS THE KH 
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Hawks Set 
To Defend 
Grid TiUe 

VfltGINIA BEACH — It may be 
too early to t^ but the ^ifoua 
B«tdi Seahawks appear to be 
ready to challenge anyone who 
itries to take their District One, 
Gimip Two title away from ttera. 

The only drawlwck is that tiie 
Hawks, in smashing Poquoson 
last F¥May, failed to diqilBy any 
threai in making shcnt yardi^ 
through tbe Vtae. Chris Hans(m 
broke away on three long toin% 
down nms and l^ick Notea <i|| 
one, but the grind 'em out ^SsSs 
were not m evidence. 

Coach Carlton Bowyer was 
pleased "vMi the victoiy hvA. ad- 
mitted his team nutde far too 
many misbkes. "We can't com- 
pare IMs team wiQi the one last 
ye». We are just too inexperi- 
enced. James Bkir is the team to 
watch," the coacii stated. ., 

In beating Poquc^on 26 tof'^, 
t^ Bawks utilized only three 
runaens. jUiaseJl Chaplain with S2 
yards in nin« canies jooied No- 
Ian and Hanson in lunning the 
bMl. Virginia BefKsh tried <aiy 
one pass and that was ii^er- 
cepted. 

The flawks will ]day 4M»it^|Q 
Norfolk Academy here IV|d^ 
night. Game tin^ is 8 p^n. ait&i 
Virginia >Beach Manorial StaditAa. 



Loeb, fieliis 
Reacli Finals 
At Cavalier 

VIRGIN-IA BEACH— Defendl^ 
champion Dene L«eb and Twnmy 
Bel lis advanced to the final 
round of the Cavalkr women's 
club championship golf tourna- 
ment Friday. Mrs. Loeb turned 
back Augusta Goodman, 4 and 3, 
and Mrs. BeUis defeated Angehne 
HaU, 3 and 2. Tbe summaries: 

Championship FligM — Dene 
Loeb def. Augusta Goodman, 4 
and 3; Tommy BeJlis def. Ange- 
line Hall, 3 and 2; Cor^olation — 
June Dorseon def. Shirley Supak, 
1 up; Virginia Conant def. Sue 
Miscavage, defautt; 

First Flight — Marty Kinnach 
def. Vee Kavanaugh, 2 and 1; 
Thehna Rozitus def. BevCTty Jor- 
dan, 4 and 3; Cons)lation — Fee 
Grattan-Co(q)er def. Ruth Duck- 
worth, 2 up; Berty &trton def. 
Dot MuUaney, 2 up; 

Second FK^t — Paula King 
def. Frances Woolf, 4 and 3; one 
match to be played. 

Third Flight — Skip Ivey def. 
Millie Comninaki. 5 and 4; O^ 
Carlson d^. Doi»y ftttricks, 5 
and 4. 



Marty Kinuiach 
Golf Winner 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Ihlty 
Kimnach paced tbe fuld witfe a 
low n^ 85-1&— 70 and the fli^t 
winn^fs in gross stoning on tiw 
par four teles were Augusta 
Goodman, Laura Mother and Jean 
Pitton in Ca^idwr's ladi« day golf 
Friday. Doxmsy^ P^fick lad tte 
paV&ag with 31 {wtts. 

Bo^ and Oirk — bMone a 
JuniOT Astronaut, tey U^^ 
&a^ Savings S^m|» i^ tc^ocA 
or ycMtf pMt office i^ 9^ ytMir 
free menbec^p c^tifiritt^ 



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Pt^&A 



Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, September 26, 1963 



QiUtm a purimtylll 



Chevrolet oflFers 43 models for '64 




For 1964, the Chevrolet Motor Division will 
^er a total of 43 modeb in five separate passen- 
^r car Unea. &ieh Une is dtstingaishaUe by its 
•wa stjKiw aad wheelkame. Above, reading down : 
tte ll8-t)Mh wiMcOiaae Corvair Monsa Coape; 
IM-iach vheeibafle Owvy n Nova 4-Door Sedan ; 
Ibe Kweat at m the Clievrolet family-the 



Chevelle Malibn 4.Doer Sedan which haa a wheel- 
base of 115 inches while the Chevrolet Impab 
Sport Sedui is built on a 119-inch wheelbaae. 
Not shown is the Corvette Sting Ray which 
sports a 98-inch wheelbase. Chevrolet deaterdiipa 
will have a representative showing of aD models 
when the new cars are introduced Septenber 3&. 



m CHEVROLET CARS 
ON DISPLAY TODAY 



Caievreiet — virtuaMy cerUoi 
of flGttta^ an idl-tkne sales marie 
in 1983 — uiteiHls to omtmue 
lids meem in 1964 by offering 
fi» mdot cboi(« of autonKdsiles 
in itehi^Dry. 

introduced in Chevrolet deal- 
m^^ today, will be 43 new mod- 
els in five di^^inct si^s. Tliis is 
lei more .ohxMs than ChevrcM. 
offered for 1983 ^d itbe greatest 
mojb&t ibt div^l<m h» ever of- 
hteA in a sin^^ year. 

imlttded will be the indusftiy's 
<aiy all-new car for 1964 — the 
Cl»velte. Tlus much diacu^ed 
combination of beauty, quali'ty, 
perfwmaiKe and diirtinctiOTi is 
sized between the regular Cl»v- 
rolet and Ca»vy H. 

All dievrolet's five lines of 1964 
cars have styling and engineering 
ia^Hovements wluch — teamed 
w^ the increase in models and 
options — allow 13ie ciwtomer to 
tailor a car to his particular re- 
quirements as nevCT before. 

"Car buyers today like dmx- 
sMy," Semon E. Knudsen, Chev- 
niet gen«td maiM|^r, dedares. 
^ "THj^ like to be able to choose 
ears from a wide setection of siz- 
es, irtyles and pertamance char- 
acterirtics." 

'*We exp&A ttie broad divwaky 
to <mr 1964 cars to win the cus- 
twner votes i»eded to continue 
Chevrokt's traditiomd industry 
teadeKhip." 

■ Fallowing are the highlights of 
the five mendiei^ of CMvrol^'s 
1964 "famfly." 

Rsfjubr Chavrdbtt 
Extenfflve aew styling is evi- 
dent in the regular Ohevrol^ line, 
a§imn ^rewng the big cs^ luxury 
which has made it so popular. 

A Super Sport series featurii^ 
budi^ is^ts and special interior 
and eiterior appointmente in both 
« convertible and sport coupe has 
b^n added for 1964, bringing the 
totel modds of regular Chevrolets 
lolSin fours«ies. 

AWiou^ over^ dimensions are 
the ^me as in 1963, the regular 
€tewotet.has a Iot^t, wider look 
creitoi try new flowing side lines 
okI a fflnwth, brwder styling of 
AotA and «ar ends. 

Oisp, dirtinctive exterior mold- 
ing and tatowr iqjpointments dis- 
ttguiiii tetween the Super %)Mt, 
Ufda, Bel Av nd Biscayne se- 
rlw. 

nuri964 <9ievn^ ino<Ms fea- 
tsaatww tnteior trttn styling ami 
mduiutt, y^ retain the built-in 
em^aH, emvenienc^. luxury and 
4tmtbMy tn^tiimal wMi Body by 



Seven engines ranging feom 140 
to 425 horsepower will be offered. 
Optional for the first time in 1964 
on 409 cubic inch engines is a full 
transislOT ignition system. Four 
trananissions wiH be offered aM 
the four-speed SynchroMe^ in- 
cludes refinements for smoother 
shifting and greater durability. 

Ch«v«ll« 

OhevroM's new automobile line 
for 1964 embodies a diMinctive 
styling and will be offered in 11 
modete in three series — tte top- 
of^heline Malibu Skiper Sport, 
the Malibu and the 300. 

Quality and vebide width are 
stressed in the front end design 
which makes use of duM head- 
lights and horizontal grille bars. 
Side treatment is clean and a peidc 
line which carries throughoirt the 
ciff gives a look of length. 



Gillette 

Stf9M4.BLUE BLADI 



lOforfiS* 




riTt AU •IlllTXHtAZOftS 



WILLIAM H. COLE, n 

USS ETHAN ALLEN 

(FHTNO-— Navy ieutenant Wil- 
liam H. Cole, II, son of Rear 
Admiral and Mrs. William M. 
Cole of 4801 Holly Ave., Vir- 
ginia Beach, a member of tiie 
"Blue Crew" trf the nuclear pow- 
ered ballistic missile submarine 
USS Ethan Allen, is on a 60-day 
patrol mission in the North At- 
lantic. 

BaQistic missile submarine 
have alternate crews known as 
"Blue" and "Gold". This allows 
the submarines to maintain con- 
stant patrol erf the Atlantic. Their 
missions are of two months du- 
ration between changing crews 
and are underwater the entire 
time. 

Commissioned in August 1961, 
Ethan Allen is now on her sev- 
enth deterrent patrol. During the 
nuclear tests in the Pacific in 
May 1962, Ethan Allen fired the 
first successful strategic test of 
a complete ballistic missile sys- 
tem. 

JOSEPH E. STEPHENSON 

DAVTSVILLE, Rhode Island 

(FHTNO -Joseph E. Stephen- 
son IIL USN, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. E, Steobenson Jr., of 141 
South Fir, Vireinia Beach, re- 
cently completed two weeks ac- 
tive dutv trainine, graduating 
Aueust 24 in the first class of the 
newlv established First Nav^ 
District Recruit TrainLt^ Sdiod 
at Davisville, R. \. 
The training consistal of fire^ 



CHANGE-OF-LIFE. 

do«s it fill you with torror 
...frighten you? 

lEAO NW COIMTUSS WWEN HAVE nun 
THE f AY TO0VBH»IK GHAME-iiNJFE FEARS 



Rave you reached that time of 
life when your body experkncM 
Btrange new sensations— when 
one minute you feel enveloped 
in hot flushes and the next are 
cl8mmy,cold,drained of energy, 
nervous, irritable? Are you in 
an agony of fearT Tbo troubled 
to be a good wife and mother? 
Don't just suffer from the 
suffocating hot flashes, the sud- 
den waves of weakness, the 
nervous tension that all too fre- 
quently come with the change 
when relief can be had. 




Find eomfortef relirf the 
way countless women have, 
with gentle Lydia E. Pinkham 
Ikblets. Especially developed to 
help women throogfa tiiis most 
trying period. In doctor's t^ti 
3 out of 4 women who took 
them reported waIcobm effec- 
tive relief. And all without ax- 
peo^ve *'shots." 

Doh't brood. Dont worry 

fourself sick. Get Lydia E. 
inkham lUrfeta at yrar drmp- 
gista. IVkke than dad^ just Ifiw 
vitamins. 



7fce senrie mvikiM wHh tht gMtk Mtmm LYDJA E. FINKHAlil 



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IN VIRGINIA 



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Bimved skiwly, by a ccntuilM'Old natural precMt, batHpll 
Virginia's traditional tifvfrage j}f j!}ed9ratioa«-4i£(iU 
sparWing, delidout. 

And Mturrily. tha Brawmg mouRnnrpToiKrorfhmfiin 
tk>ns of dollan it contributes to this state's sconimM 
thrcNi^ wages, advertising, rantals, insuranco, tawispoiH 

- taUon and utilities. Mon^ made In Vir^nlfi^jeegUll 
IVirginNu In Virginia, twer iMJonfi^^Huij^ It/' 

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NOf you can't buy happmessi But this young 
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BAYSIDE — Promcrtion Day 
will be observed Sumtey, Septcm- 
bef 29 in the Siui^ School of 
Bayside Baptist C&irch. All 
grmips are eiM:ourag^ to ha\^ 
perfect attendance tor promotion. 

Wednesday, October 2, will 
%e the t>^inning of the Fall 
Family Night programs. A cov- 
ered dish supper will be held at 
6:00 p.m. followed by a Sunday 
School workers mating with 
young peoples oi^anization meet- 
mes, simultaneously; Ais will be 
followed by a prayer service at 
7:30 p.m. after which adult choir 
rehearsal will be held. 

A nurseiy and study hall will 
be provided for the ev»iing. 

Sunday Start Of 
Training School 

BAYSIDE— Training School 
will begin Sunday night, Septem- 
ber 29 at Baylake Methodist 
Church, at 7:30 p.m. and will 
continue each night through 
Thursday nirfjt, October 3. 

Rev. O. F. Good, pastor of 
Baylake Methodist Church is at- 
tending a "pastors School" this 
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^ Page 7-A 

SOCIALISM TOPIC 
OF ADDRESS TO 
BAYSIDE LIOHS 

BAYSIDB— The Bayside Lions Qub met Wednesday night, 
Sei^mber 18, at 7:00 p.m. 4 Shore Drive Inn with the president, 
Charles McCo-y, presiding. 

Program chairman, Chiles Burlage, presented Mitt Striblii^ 
sales supervisor f« Ae VEP Co. in the Tidewater area. He spoke 
briefly about tfie way in which 



our Federal Government is mov- 
ing in on industry. He nmned sev- 

enri fiehte in whtoh the govem- 
mmt has become the laif est op- 
erator; lending agenc^, land 
own^, electrk: power^ insurance. 

^ribling alio showed a film 
entitled "Encroaching Social- 
ism," which showed how the the- 
ory of communism which was 
founded by Marx and Engle, has 
tMsen spread over a large part of 
the world. This film showed how 
power was usurped by the to- 
tilarian states unUI (tie individual 
lost all his liberti» and became 
a slave to the state. 

In countries such as England 
and the Unitwi States, where the 
people are living under good con- 
ditions, the communists found 
that the people were not inter- 
ested in violent rev6lutiaii^^*iiGr 
tion. Therefore, they adipid a 
policy of social revdutiai. By 
working with some leaders of 
large labor groups tfiey succeeded 
in advancing the labor party in 
England to a point where tfiey 
came to power and were able to 
virtually turn the country into a 
socialist country, with many of 
the major industries becoming 
nationalized. 

Lbyd Gunter announced that 
the club would have an outing 
at Kempsville Meadows on W«i- 
nesday, September 25. Those in- 
terested in playing goK were 
asked to start early in the after- 
noon so that they could enjoy the 
food which, will be available for 
all about 6:00 p.m. TTje club's 
monthly board of directors meet- 
ing will be held also at that time. 



Jack Tallent, first vice presi- 
dent, called the attention of the 
club to an article in Newsweek 
Magazine which told of a recent 
tragedy in which a bereaved mo- 
ther, whose husband and three 
children were killed, remembered 
to donate their eyes to a LicMS 
Club Eyebank. Thereby estab- - 
li^hing a wonderful living raie- 
morial to their memory. 

Lewis Thurston announced 
that the club will t^serve Char- 
ter Night on Wednesday, October 
12 at the Shore Drive Inn. Thii' 
will be a "Ladies Night" affair. 
The District Governor and his 
cabinet will attend. Several past 
presidents and other Lion digni- 
taries will be present. The dinner 
will be preceded by a social hour 
beginning at 6:30 p.m. 

"Dav OF Prayer^ 
To Be Observed 

BAYSIDE — The Woman's 
Missionary Union of the Bayside 
Baptist Oiurdi will <*serve a 
"Day of Prayer" Thursday, Sep- 
tember 26, beginning at 10:00 
a.m. at the church. 

The Young Adult Training 
Union of the church is having a 
TU kick-off Friday lught, Sep*» 
tember 27, at 8:00 p.m. at tte 
church. Young Adult members 
are challeMing Young Adult 
prospects. There will be Fellovr- 
ship, talent Show, fun and food 
fw everyone. Young married 
couples 25 to 35 years of age 
make up this group and are in- • 
vited to attend. 



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KYLON HOSE-Heg $1.75 pr.-2 Pr. $1.29-AMES & BROWNLE Y, 411 Granby St 

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HOSE-Reg 69f? pr,-2 pr. 98<-LE8NER SHOPS, 316 Granby St, Norfolk and 
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WOOL SKIRTS-Reg. $6-2 f ^r $&~J. C PENNY CO., Downtown Norfolk 

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PUMPS-Reg. $8.99 pr.-$6.98 pr.-HOFHEIMER'S, 325 Granby St, Wards Comer. 
Janaf, 127 Church St., Norfolk; 228 High St, Midcity, Town & Country, Ports- 
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GOWNS & PAJAMAS-Reg. $4-$6.98-|2-RICE'S, Granby at Freemason, Wards! 
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Reg. $39.95 TOPCOAT & Reg. $15.95 TROUSERS— BOTW for $39.95-LOUIS J. 

LEITNER, INC., 509 High St., Portsmouth 

PANT&-Reg. $6.98-2 pr. $ia-MERVIS', 307 High St, Portsmouth 

GUITAR with CARRYING CASE-Reg. $37.50-^26.70-MOZART MUSIC CORP., 

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SPORTSHIRTS-Reg. $2.98-$3.98-2 for $5-J. C. PENNEY CO., Midcity, Ports- 
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SUIT&-Reg. $52.50-2 for $52.50-SAyAGE*S, 121 Granby St and 236 Main St, 
Norfolk 

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SCHOOL DREI^ES-Reg. $6.98-2 for $11— DOLLY & BOBBY SHOPPE, 1900 
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Reg. $4.95 FOOTBALL WITH FREE KICKING TEE— $3.98— HARRELL'S SPORT 

SHOP, 607 High St, Portsmouth 

TRAINING PANTS-Reg. 5 for $1-6 for $J.01-SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO, 

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SLACK^Reg. $9.9&-2 pr. $9.95-SHULMAN & CO., Granby St at Tazewell, 
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RECORDS— Reg. $3.98-2 for $3.98— ALADDIN TV &APPLLANCJE, 153 W.Ocean 

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MARGARINE-Reg. 2 lbs. 39^-2 lbs. 29<-BE-LO SUPER MARKEI^ Norfolk 
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BBE WM ASTER-Reg. $1.39 ea.-2 for $1^9-C00PERS JEWELER^ ^ High St, 
Portsmouth 

750x14 RECAPS-2 for $14.98-GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE, 1629 High St, 
Portsmouth 

CAMERA KIT & CUFF & TIE BAR SET-$15.95 Value— 2 for |12.95-HECHrS 

JEWELERS INC^ 643 High St., Portsmouth 

CHEVROLET FLOOR MATS-Front and Rear Reg. ^.^— BOTH for 19.95- 
KLINE CHEVROLET— Monticello Ave. at 13th St, Norfolk 

200 GALLONS m GASOLINE— Reg. $70 Value— $35 (with purchase of 1963 Biiick) 
MASON HAYN^CORP^^O High St, PortsmottOi 



Reg. $18.95 STEAM & DRY IRON and Reg. $1 IRON CLEANER^BOTH for 

$10.88-PRICE'S,*7 Stores, Norfolk and Portsmouth 

750x14 WHITE TUBELESS TIRE— Reg. $23.95 plus tax-2 for $34.9^ phiB tar— 
PUBLIC SERVICE OIL & COAL, 1400 County St, Portsmouth 

WATCH STRAP&-Reg. $1.25-2 for $1-RENE JEWELERS, 6169 SeweJls Point 

Rd., Norfolk 

WHEEL BALANCING-Reg. $2 ea.-2 for $2-GENERAL TIRE OF NOBFOLB; 

INC., 915 Granby St, Norfolk 

TRANSISTOR BATTERIES-Reg. 44^ ea.-2 for 44<-L. SNYDER'S, CMc Center, 

Norfolk , 

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WALL P AINT-Reg. $4.99 gal.-2 gal. $4.99-ALCO HARDWARE, 4202 Pcartsmottth 
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RUGS— Reg. $8.98 ea.-2 for $10— ALLAN FURNITURE CO, 726 High j3t, Porii. 

mouth 

INTERIOR PAINT-Reg. $6.45 gal.-2 gal |e.45-ARMISTBAD-MOtaBMN CO^ 

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SINK MAT-Reg. $2.29 ea.— 2 for $1.99-CENTER SHOPS, 2l8fc St or Wapli 
Corner, Norfolk 

'Rtg. $2.98 SILVER POLISH with FREE SILVER CREAM— BOTH FOR $2.»- 
R W. CHAPMAN & CO., 310 High St, Portsmouth 

MATTRESS & BOX SPRING&-Reg. $89.50 ea.-BOTH for $89.95— M. M. CROCK- 
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FURNACE FILTER-Reg. 90^ ea.-2 for 90<— BAILS, INC., 4387 Portsmouth Blvd., 

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PLATFORM ROCKER-Reg. ^.95 ea.-2 for $29.95-GRiND FURHITURE CO- 

836 E. Little Creek Rd., Norfolk 

MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS-Reg. $79 ea,— 2 for |79-HAYNB1S FURNITURB 

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BLANKETS-Reg. $6.95 ea.-2 for $8.95-D. LEVITIN & SON, INC, 1^ Church 

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LAMPS— Reg. $9.95-$49.96-2 for Price of One-LINCOLN FURNITURE CO, 1604 

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LAMPS-Reg. $1.95 ea.-2 for $2-MEYERS & TABAKIN/XNC, 6104 Chesapeake 
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VACUUM CLEANER BELTS-Reg. 45^ ea.-2 for 45f-NATIONAL VAC-SEW 
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