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IRS IN I ; 3TATF 
CH?40ND. VA. 



ISRARy 




BEACH SUN -NEWS 



PUBLISHED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 



YIRGIMA'S SECORD 

LARGEST SELUMG 

SEH-WEEKLY 



VOl. XXXVIII No. 75 



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HONE GA 8.2401 . VI^JINIA KACH, VIW5INIA, TU^)AY, OaOBBR 1, 1963 



6 Pages 



SINGLE COPY: 5c. «Y MAIL $6.00 PER YMK. 



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Right-of'-Way 
Coffliiiittee Is 
Nameil By City 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Ci^ CouikU Monday aiqwinted a com- 
mittM to ufk acqunitiMi of rip)tk>f-way property to ^vetop Int^ 
pMffeace B<xUevanl into a tnaJM* thoriMghfan. 

The ioa& will s«ve as a liidc between PleMure House Road at 
the ftorth and the fuUie Virpnia Beach toll road on Uie south. 
R would hecooiB me ol te 



J0lmt$ routes to aid ftt»n ti« 
futui* Vw^m^ Squvi Sbcq^ 
|Mng Cei^ planned a» tttt lai^- 
!^ ^M irnnmerdal comi^ex in 
^TMwri^ whidi will house a 
new UNu»% S^o^ Koebuck ftoie 
«»te. 

Die i^c^iMi^ <»^ is to be 
Imm at tttritfta-sectien of Vii^ 
(Init Be4^ P^lcvud and tsde^ 
j^mdmoe l^yeiw^ ^st wM <rf 
Pttsmm Aone Hi^ School ami 
>^&am to PwAtvto Mommf. 

(^ engM^ ^urtes ^^ 
laid onincU tte roMi would ra- 
quln a 10(MM i*IM wtth nl- 
iMck lines flO ftiH ftxm the ^otar 
kne on eitb^ ^kie. 

llw city owQS stiffk^nrt i^fBii- 
of-my atoE^ «mm porthmi ^<te 
jwrtf but wm needi to i^yure 
^nar« iq)a(» in aifet mms, K^ 



P^^r Ib'ive 




\^^INU BEACH— 1%e Auz- 
flkry io the Gemi^ Ho^ital of 
Vkr^ila Beach Md a caB^ 
paeeting Mmday ^lorning at tttt 
TluandertM Motor Lodge to 
toaim ftMd; {^Dii for a pajwr drive 
to lie h^ Autng tiM montii of 

tti. P. H. AU99 md lb«. Har- 
old KeUam, (»<Mnn«ii of ^ 
driveViuuBiMl three spedid cink- 
men. 

"niey w@% lA^. mOiBft Mb* 

bwB, ^hinle^, v^n-kers; MAs. 
R. 1. Ik^, lel^rtioQe; and Mn. 

Ifite drive wiH idfft Wednesday 
and eratoue tbroi^ Octotier 30. 

ffi^einp^iefs wlU ]» c6^;tod in 

a'^otti at Ihe (xmobf M 3%d 

StfeeK, m^ Atkntic Avenue every 

Ito^y, Wedn^lay and Fri^y 

>^«n lOa^n. to 3 p.m. 

Persons wMmg to dooate old 
W^»« tOK asked to tie th«n in 
wnilM and drop them off during 
tiie deidgnated hours. 

Proceddf from this pn^ecAiw^ 
l>e used to purcdase 4ur-c<mdKk»ih 
h)g units for the prasent ho^)ital 
li^bDg and equip ihe pediirtric 
jw^ of ttie pre«nt and pro- 
pos^ boii^iils. 

jLoetf ffsldents im ur^ to 
sup^t Itts drive. 



Ohilis WUI 
Htar Kellam 



VroOMA BEACH-:Sidney S. 
K^in, Virginia BeiK^ poAh^ 
leallr and \^ pi^dort of the 
tMfwiier Development CcnjocU, 
1^ serve as a panel nmnber at 
iUl^^lUewtttei' DisMA, Virgink 
Mi^ttion of Women's ca^ 
B^ilg October M M fiie WH' 
MMrihg Loc^ in WiMiMiAxirf . 

ne panel wiH diKStss "WhiA's 
mm U Virginia." K^am's ^ 
(Ms tojte will be "fadi^ritl De- 
-A Key to C^ator 





jnffmk wUl fotow a 

m, 12:15 pm. 

pndisU teAite Dr. 
B. ninKhooatr, uMmI 

^ Depi. 4rf mm 

^ iUmtf Aam mi Wn. Mm 
M^w of tte ^^ ^ 



Mid. He told cwumA m wklitionil 
SO^et is Meded oo tte east A4b 
of the exiatii^ rw6t bMvi^ Vk<- 
ginia BMch ^mlevard and UK 
N<n^lk an4 W^^n' tsacln to 
tiw south. 

ISie road wiU eXteul n<H^ 
from Viarghiki j^ndi Awlevard 
tltfough Pmilntdto MMor a»l 
wQl m^fe with Bk^Ms RoaA. 
Its Mititem end wlB link wMi 
PlMAU^ House Road wm Sh{^ 

QMUicil p»ied a r^^tion des- 
^^ng M^WKlten<» Boulevard 
as a major tlMim^tfara. Biy^^le 
Coundln^i iAfrremx Mteihtf 
u^d (pick actioa on the matter 
ift onto to tie the Knite to wMi 
lAu» f(ff ^ toD fMd. 

He sM a (wnmittee waa med- 
ed to mte wranfeinn^ lor «• 
qttM^ i|^t||«f .'mqr before prop- 
er^ along tile route beoane "too 

A tmrna^m wm nuned cm- 

(^ft^ dmif^ Oty Engines 
Chtrt^KUey, Street Sup4. C. M. 
Vnte Hd David Cassi<Ui of the 
PlH^b^ Conunissioo. 

C&P Plans 
Expansion 
Work Here 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Ches- 
apeake and Potomac Tel^xhom 
ConiMny's lxm€ of dh%€t(»s l»s 
ai^roved ^,100 for exi^mded 
facilities in the Vii^nia Beach 
area, Locad KteMger h. W. Pf^ridc 
Nrid Monday. 

The ammmt was iiKduded in a 
19,012,930 apfMX^Nristion fcur etate- 
wMe proje^ noAe by tiie board 
at a meeting ifViday. 

The 180,100 will be used for an 
outside plant pwj&A. in tiie Vir- 
ginia Beach exchange, IHttrick 
sakl. 

New calde <wiU be {daced along 
Laskin Road and Gi%at Neck 
Road from Oie centrd office to 
Laurel Lane. 

"When thte work is ccnopMed 
it win alow Odtf> to ex{»sd ks 
communication fadlMes in the 
norttttiat section of the ex- 
chan^, Patrick «ud. 

Tlie overidl expeiKUture ap- 
l^raved l^ the ikmd inwlves 
iMsrIy eveiy exdwnge in toe 
state. 

Appropriations to the sevea dis- 
tricts are as ftrflows: Culpeppw- 
$275,500; Lyndiburg - $81,300; 
Jfewport News - $132,300; Nor- 
f<dk - $92.M0; Ricfaffiond - $687.- 
900; I^^noke - $430,^K}; and tlM 
Vnginia ar^ suburi»n to Wa^ 
h^on - f 1W,900. 

Motei-Hotel Meet 
Set for Oct 16 

VmOmiA BEAOI — Tbe Vir- 
^nie fie^ii Bo^ Mc^ nd Cd- 
titfe AaQ<A»ttoB t«tt IxAd ils in- 
irtiAttkm dhm@ri^ ^ AuM^sana 
Moln- ho^ m W«dn»^, On- 
tdber 1*8, tt h^ 1^» cumnK^. 

A mmd limff to sAsAied to ta- 
ga «t 6:M pn. and dteer at 
7MpM,JlmamL.WMia^M^ 

Be wfl siw^ed W. J. DMbet. 



Museum For 
Beach Proposed 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The possibility cd a museum in Virginia 
B«tdi was su||»ted to tiie Beach Executive Council oC Civic 
As^xia&His last week and the idea was weU re(%ived by the cMrgani- 
sitKNial n^r^ntatives. , 

Outiinin^ the museum prcKK>sal was Zid», owner of the Nautilus 
Swp and well-taiowj audiOTlty - 



oh fossils and shells. She ^re^ed 
the great need of sdtool children 
for disi^Q^ of not oi^y specimens 
fwnd i]| ttus area Ixrt intor^ii^ 
Menu from idl over the worU. 

"If Vh^lnia Beach had an ade- 
quate place to dteplay these tre^ 
urei^ it would be a trenwndous 
help to s^iKe and biology stu- 
dents as wtf as a tmirist attrac- 
tion," she pointed o\A. 

Zida has opened her own shop 
to students for the j^ severaS 
yeai^ so that Ihey could study the 
various foiws to t^ and plant 
life. But the faciliti^ there a^ 
ipad^p^^ lAie said, for v«7 
tei^ groi^. 

^» die goes iiko the sc^oob 
and iQ)eaks to a» youn^ers 
about the v«imis exMbtttf. 1^ 
«rtimi^ tluil she Q»ke to over 
%W ^udmta laat year and ex- 
pvM tiMit fl^n« to reaefe 4,000 
or 5,000 ftis year. 

She poiiMd out lh«t tMs area 
is rich in loate dath^ teck mil- 
Uons €< ye«n and ^^^ed a 
per£BCily gmssned cbn tiurt tte 
Sn^Asi^iyi ^teito (te^boMi 
to be aO,OM,OO0 )^an M. 

^""' f, 

C^fgmr HoM, agreed thirt a mu- 
KMA wmM greatly bm^t tlK 
resort city. Zida said sM would 
doqste some of bat displays to 
^art a museum. 

"Thto wcHiid be one of the big- 
ger bocMw we <xnM ihave in Ms 
sm" pT. 0. M. Wakefield, past 
pre^nt, said, "and I hope ffore 
civic groups will invito Zida to 
sp^k to ibem and conskier this 
ide«." 

TH OCA mi elect ttffieers at 
tlM Oetab^ pMeting and they 
WiH bs UMed Kov. 16 at an 
lnt«'-dub meettog <rf member- 
shif^ of afi CX;A organizations to 
be held at the CavaUer H(^. 

Ouiman Lee ClttnAeira nam^ 
Dr. Wshefictd, Ed iMnuoB ffid* 
I^to Bodior to a nominatii^ com^ 
mMee. 

M«. V. K. Almond Jr., pr^- 
d«< of the Virginia Beach - Prin- 



ceis Anne Juito Woman's Club, 
toM toe ^oup of the need for a 
sprinkler system at Cunp Civi- 
tan. Sw invfted other civic organ- 
izrtJons to aid the Junior Wom- 
an's Cliri) in suppOTtmg #iis proj- 
ect. 

AniKHiwsmeat was made of 
&m following planned events: 
Utte HieMre p^esei^tion Oct. 
10-12 and 18-19; art ejdtibit, Oct. 
24-26; Civic Chorus tt Galilee 
Episcopal Church, Nov. 10; and 
thB atm^ Follies at the Alan B 
l^ei«ud Civic CerUer Nov. 1-2 

Orpni^tions represented at 
Uie meeting were Kiwanis, Junira- 
Woman's, Princess Anne Worn 
an's. Lions and Exchange Clubs 
«Mi the Art Assoctotlon, , Civic 
Chorus and little Theatre. 



BM Issues 
Warning On 
Sales Pitch 



m$0OtK — The Tidewater 
BeMu- jtaiii^ Bureau issied an 
ateft w^ing to residents this 
week to be cautious about sales- 
mm offering to display ahiminum 
siding on homes for a discount or 
commisaon. 

Bureau Manage- Chai^ A. 
MarMc ssid a toad firm is using 
the di^iky Irame scheme to sell 
sHimg. 

He warned that a i^lesman may 
daim to r^r^ent a wdl-known 
alumimHn company and will offer 
b^ dis^Nints or kr^ commis- 
sions for using homes as ^onplra 
of the firm's work. 

"Such big dlsnwnts are usufdly 
taken £rom inforted prices ^d 
the l»fe (MMuniMions aro rarely 
pa«l," he «id. 

Pamns appro^hed wiOi sudi 
an offer are asked to contact tbe 
Tidewater Better Business Bureau 
at MA 7-5653. 




Rudee idet Authority members discuss proposed canal 
route with U.S. Soil Conservationist Aubrey Holmes. Left to 
right: L. Stanley Hodges. Holmes and Frank Kellam. (Baldwin 
Photo) 



Governor Proclaims 
CofC Observance 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Governor Albertis S. Harrison Jr. has 
proclaimed October 6-12 as Virginia Chamber <rf Ccwnmerce Week 
md 135 Chambers tfjroi^tout ws state JwiBj»JK|^ ingthc ob^r- 
vation. 

The Virginia Beach Chamber is planning several spRial events, 
induding open house of its new 



headquarters during the entire 
week. 



Jr. (1949-52), John H. Bell, (1952- 
54), Claibonie R. Bryant (1954-55), 



Now located in a modem office Jsmes L. Kitchin (1955-56), Har- 



in the Ffofessional Building at 
25^ Street and Pacific Avenue, 
the Chamber expects to have all 
of the interior ctecoiMng com- 
pleted by that tinM. 

Past presidents of the Chamber 
have b^n appointed as a sheeting 
conMnittee for this event, "niey 
will make spot announcements 
over Radio Station WBOF and 
wHl be <m hand to greet gue^ 
during open house. 

PMf PfMidtnts 

TT^se past presidents include 
Roy Snith (1936^8); R. B. Tay- 
lor (194044 and 1946-47), R. Lee 
Page (194445), W. W. McClanan 



Break Ground for Vakos Motel 




Mayor Frank A. Duseh ^ behmd the thcwel Thurs(fay to break ^ovnd fcur ti» 50-unit 
Viking <Ma&acy m<^I being iMilt by Oty Attcvwy George Vakos and brMher JUm Vakos at 
27A' and Mlantic Ave, TW rtlw tfa^^-slcHry mot ot lodge wUl future a two-stejry wing housing a 
seomd flow w)ol wMi a rMKyrabto rool ^pming dtte is scheduled for A|»tt 1, 1964. L^ to 
i^lJtt: Mi^w Dusch and Jcrfm land Ckcsp Valto s .(Baldwin Ilioto) 



oW B. Kellam (1956-58), FYank D. 
Tarrall Jr. (1958«)), John W. Mc- 
Combs (196061), Albin R. Mailhes 
(1961-62) and the present presi- 
^nt, Reid E|vin. 

Four of the past pr^dents are 
now deceased: Edward M. Hardy 
(1938-39), W. F. Crockett (1939- 
40 and 194748), James P. Guoy 
(194546), and Lester B. Shelly 
(194849). 

The governor's pro<^tmation 
poin'ts out that the Chaird)@s 
have lud an active rote in the 
industrial, tourist, business and 
civic life of Ibe state and have 
contributed much to the devd<H>- 
ment of its cities, towia aM coun- 
ties as better places in which to 
live and do busness. 

It also states: "Todfy, Virginia 
has, aM is indeed proud of, its 
135 Chambei^, repr^enting a to- 
tal membership of more than 50,- 
000 people. These members, led 
by outstanding Virginians, are de- 
voting their time and energies to 
the improvement of their respec- 
tive areas and to the benefE of 
the residents of every section of 
the Commonwealth. 

The govenKV urges all citizens 
to participate in this observance 
and to familiarize them'selves with 
the important work done by the 
Chambers of Cwnmeroe. 

Elks to Sponsor 
Football Trip 

VIRGINL\ BEACH — Virginia 
Beach ESks Ixx^ 2268 of the 
BP.OJE. has announced that k 
will sponsor a trip to Washing- 
ton, D. C. on Sunday, October 13 
for the (Redskin-Philadelphia Ea- 
gle pro IooMmU ^mie. 

Bu%s are scheduled to leave 
the lodge building at 18th street 
and the Oceanfront ^ 7 a.m. and 
return thi^ m^. A package price 
of $17.50 p^ p^son wSl inchute 
transportation, pune tick^ and a 
buffet dinner at the Wsehi]^t<m 
Elks Club. 

Res^vatiom for tbe trip touA 
be m»le by Wedn^(ky, OctiAer 
2^ throu^ the diA mcretary or 
dub mam^ at 428-9^^. 



Canal Route 
May Hinge On 
U. S. FInilings 

By BOB BALDWIN 

VIRGINIA BEACaHl— Proponents (rf a canal linking Rwfee 
Inlet with the Inland Waterway are hopeful that studies by federal 
biologists will support their plan. 

The canal, om of several prop(»ed fof Virginia Beach, woald 
extend from Rud^ Inlet at the north to the Inland Watervray, Vtt 
North and Back &ys, at its South- — 



era end. 

For several monttis the FiA 
and Wildlife service of the II. S. 
Dept. of InteriOT has been prepar- 
ing a study on ithe effects of salin- 
ity in these predominantly fresh 
bodies of water. Results of the 
^dy are expected to be released 
soon. 

If tt is determii^ that more 
salinity would benefit ttoe growth 
of aquatic plants in the bays, the 
(anal might provide an ideal 
nttans of oUiuning it. 

Rudee Intet Authority chair- 
man Frank KeUamsaM Wednes- 
day that extra salimty in the bays 
as a result of the liardi 7, 1062 
storm ai^ared to hdp plant life 
there. This indicated t^ advan- 
tages tiie <»nal could have, he 
^d. 

KeUmn aM other memb€fs of 
the authority toured tlw routes 
of thr^ proposed canals UnUng 
Lynnhaven Bay, North LiOKUng 
River, North Bay and Bu^ee In- 
tat ~ ,-.-^ -,X-^,. 

U. S. Soil Conservrtioalst Au- 
brey N. Holmes,, a long-standing 
proponent of the cai»to for drain- 
age purp(»es, outiined the sug- 
g^ted r(Hites on maps and aeriid 



Lutherans 
Sell Building 



VBIGINIA BEAOI — llie Lu- 
theran Chureh of Hie Grood Shep- 
heard was sold kst week to a Vir- 
ginia Beach motel owner and 
plus are now underway for a 
new churdi building on Laskin 
R<Md. 

Wilson R. Chaplain, owner of 
the Colony and Courtney Terrace 
Motels, purchased the oceanfroM 
site and building fnmi the Ui- 
theran congregation and plans to 
build a new motel there kte next 
summer. 

Grountttxreakh^ ceremonies for 
the new churdi, to be located on 
Laskin Boad between Linkhom 
Park and Friends Schools, was 
held Sunday. 

BMi for Mm building will be 

rwd Thursday at 4 pjn. in 
offioM of Olivwr A Smith, 
supMvising architsctt. MiHon L. 
Grigg is fha «rdiH«ct. 

Target date for the new church 
is July 1, 1964 and until tte 
building is completed tl^ congre- 
gation will continue to meet at 
the present chtu*ch. 

Was First Church 

Located at 18th Street aiKl 
Oceanfront, the Lutheran Church 
of tiie Good Shepheid is the site 
of the first church built in Vir- 
ginia Beach. Ilie origfakal building 
still stands behind ttie larger 
building ami is now used for SuI^ 
day School cla^rooms. 

When first Imilt it served as an 
Interdenominational Church. It 
was later purchased by the Enis- 
cooal Church then b(Hi^ by the 
Lutherans in 1956. 

The property Ims 105 fwt tac- 
ing tl^ ocean and ISO feet ex- 
tending to Atlantic Avenue. ITw 
sale price lu^ been recorded as 

$w.ooo. 

The irsjmesAkm 9ms luuM^d by 
1tola»l Hyde of Idmtn R^ 
finale iM Bmrance Co. tiirough 
the ^^ifhiia Be^i office M ^th 
Slfe^ and Fa^c Avenue. 



photogra]^ and then led <lie 
group on a tour of ^he asms 
where the can^ might be da^ 

The Rudee Inl^ Authority fai 
seeking to establish a narina for 
fishing and pleasure craft M ^ 
inlet. If the canals became a fmI- 
tty, yachtsnwn traveling north 
and south on the inland water- 
way WGukI be able ^o use the &- 
ciU^s there. 

tt has been estunated thai tiie 
cand sy^em and marina would 
attract a majority of the ]^ichte- 
men using tihe Inland Wi^erwi^ 
to Virginia iBeadi. 

Induded m Wednes(biy*s tour 
were Kellam, vlce-chatrmw L. 
Stanley Hodges, auUxHity nmn- 
bers Chaises 0. Peale and Jw^ 
H. ]^}ler, George liu^y of 
Langley and McDonald, engineer- 
ing a)n»iltants to the Rudee 
^oup, and coi^ervation aide 
John Wilson. 

HohiKs said the camte would 
be dug to a dej^ of e^t leet 
and w(Miid be-TS feel wide it the 
surface. 



Heads Club 




Virginia Beach Cnmit C^vt 
Judge Richttrd B. K^am 
(above) u the new inresident dF 
the Norfolk Executives CMi. 
Juc^ KelfauB was elccM Fri- 
day to siKce^ Je^ee A. 
White. The Mxt iKetiiv of the 
dub is to be heM October 15 
with Robert Kssonayw as ttie 
speakM*. 

Solon Un worried 
Over Mistake 

VIRGINIA BEACM—Coi^ress- 
man Thonus N. Downing has er- 
roneously been giv«j the incor- 
rect middle initial of 'W in a 
brochure presently beii^ circu- 
lated in Virginia Beach . . Imt tt 
isn't WHTying him. 

Prepared l^ Larasan Itea^ k 
liisarmix Company, the broduire 
canries an organizational diart of 
Virginia Beach's dty gov^mnent 
Downing represent thk area's 
First Ccmgression^ Distrid. 

A letter of apology and a cojv 
of the Imxihure was recently sent 
to Dowmng in Wishini^on by 
Larasan Agent WQlMm R. Mc- 
Kni^. 

Dowmoc fired a MIn- ri^ 
bacA eooipltaaeirting tte ftn <m 
ftsua^UI tat^duire awle^d up 
by nytag: "I ^rauld not irorry 
about Hw Mw mfakte mMrt— « 
totg u the "W stndte te 
Elected." 




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Vk^m B«ach «UN NEWS, Tuesday^^ October 1, 1963 



Engagement Announced 




Personal Mention 

Miss Anne RandoI|A Bennett, 
daugliter trf Mrs. James L. Ben- 
sett, l-«arel Lane. Va. B^idi, ■ 
tiii|yi 280 memliers of th# 
^Hman class ewtfl!ed at Cm*- 
¥M^e Coltoic ffli Spartaftburg, 
t.C. 



Mr. and Nfrs. T. D. AsbeU of Tyner, N.C., anK^uce Ae 
e^a|e»MQt (rf Oetr dau^ter, Miss Jacqueline Hunter Ari>elL to 
Howud Afteit J<»t^ sc» <rf Mrs.-Steik Jon^ and d^ UUe 
Hfomirf A. loipflan ^ Viifmia Beacdi. Mm Asbell is a t^chor aft 
t^da ElMioittny SctK»l md Mr. Jordan k associated witti 
Mt^m FmmA notm. the fPe<Umg will take i^ace D^. 26 in 
t^^. ^Ai Flwto) 




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,tt#M»S-STAlLH«IS 

M^RMJK — Mr, mi Urn. 

H^mas Prestm JennJMpi u- 
oounce the amm^ ci ti^eir 
daughter 3^ iss Carol Rme lea- 
nings, to Kenned G»^ni St^- 
liaes. 

Mr. Stallings is ^ foa <tf Mr. 
and Mrs. Gordoft W. iudl^ d 
Wilson, N.C. 

The ceremony was perfwu^l 
September 20 in 1l» hmK d Ae 
Rev. George Tyter terrt. 

Th coti^e is livteg cm 34A 
St . Virginia Bemk. 

>|r8. StaUiiei is Mfe^yed by 
the Virginia El^trk; a^ f*Ower 
('•). &lr .SralUaffl Wa^a m the 
Virginia Beach PuUk Sdbocri 
System. 

SQKPOLK ~ mm Wi^ 
CarotyA Ctawfocd i^ Iwy Les- 
lie BtocSk were mnrkd S^iy, 
%. 22 at 3 fj^ ftl p^ 
Muta MemorMONf^Mml 
Statkm. The ammy mm p^ 

fnrmi'ii hv Chlffaii Ko^ft J. 

ioe onae is Ae dMM^v flC 
, Mr. and Mrs. MhMt'Wrard 
MeJvia of Aranu V^je, Vk- 
gima Bea<^. The tokt^roon k 
a son ol Mr. and Mn. Jeln 
DM Brock of (^eMvffie, N.C. 

tw tsride was pveo. m mar 

V her fatftcr. Mrs. Fred 

-ruian of Virgiiqa Beaeii was 

iMttOB of bomr. Mi» BfeCty fM 

BMcfc ef Grecnvite, snter of the 

Mdegroom, way bridesttakf. 

lUfy^ock of fottuackA was 
hb'MoAer's best man. firooms- 
metL were B9I ftreefc of Gieen- 
vUk, another beaOer of the 
bridegroom, and Gordon 0^>ps 
of Portsmouth. 

A reception was held in Ae 
Rmoi^ l^joom of the E. M. 
Chib, Naval Stirtion. Later, the 
C(W|4e kft for a imMng frip to 
NaAville, Tenn. TTiey wil live at 
75(K) FkMtf »., Aragooa Village. 



Coopk Honored 
riii Par^s 

VUtGmiA BEACH — Miss 
Ste{Aaoie Marfuet SeeKuer and 
the ^v. Mamn BranUeyWalton, 
^rtnm marrii^e will t^ pli^ 
<m^m 12 at 4 p.m. in Galilee 
Episcopal Church, are beng to- 
fertained at a nunb^ of pm- 
nuptial parties. 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. A1^ 
enteftamed Tue«!by, Sept. 24tft, 
at a cook-out in ffieir home «i 
"inewood Road. 

Miss Seelictger was ^est at 
honor Diursday Sept. 26th at a 
luacheon given by Mrs. George 
D. Browniey, Mrs William C. 
Brumxner and Mrs. ^letKtt 
Wsndt at the Princws Anne 
Cl^. TTiirty-fiw wse 

<Amrt H. BaSfio md ter 

Mm M^pnft Pyfe 

ntotu^ at a 1^^^ 

10 efeq ^ toK» wcatt- 

1^. ^iwm W. 
4 Ri^noiiii wne 

c^i^ Ot^ in 
me mk eat W$^ 



MOStt-^BmiGMTY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
marri^e of Mi» Marilyn l^se 
Mwer and LxMiis Obttfles Dotufa- 
ty Jr., USA to«* pfa(* ftitur&y 
Sept. 21st at 2 p.m. in Baytatke 
Mi^totftt ChpvA. !%& oeic- 
mcm^ una pMfoiBad by die Ibsv. 
Oscar S. Good. 

The brUe is the daiq^ter of 
G^M^ WIMm Mo^ id Bey- 
Mte tt^t^kte Ma. Moser. The 
br^gro(»R is the acm ctf Mr. wtd 
Mrf, L«iK Caurles Droghty of 



tht tiri^ was giv<ra m mar- 
r^ t^ bn fatter. Miss L^ 
Omck ol ft^skle w^ maki cf 
bimx aai o^ a^a^tat 

Frwk Ckaouese el Kempsville 
was t)^N ^ ^^uua. 

First Meeting 

IHAUA— Utt CMom (Mp- 
ter «f A^B D^a KiQ>pi Scmnvty 
held its fiot mating recei^ sA 
Os Mme <rf VCm U. Robteson, 
8721 Tbs^ ZM^ LymAmvm. 

A^te Di^ V^qWt is an lirter- 
nattouA tenonay teaf^n^s nror 
ity «h1 Jdl tmnd)ei3 are actiiw in 
tte tN^qg pFoCesim 

Mra. L. R. Simpscm, direcl(N' of 
aMnttf b^m ci Vdun^r flos- 
pM ^rne^ was guest qisika'. 
She en^Maed itbe pesA M«i lor 
t^p in IhJs field 

Of&2ers of tte chapta- are Vir- 
^nia Treatie, pr^lait; CMk 
McDermott, v'ux pr^adent; iftar- 
icn Andorsm, i«<»xn&^ ^ere- 
tary; DowAhy Jones, correspMid- 
ing aeorelary; EdMh ^)bimon, 
ciiapUa; ifery Barter, serg^nt 
irt^arms; airf Ava Wflliam, lus- 
Umm. 

CkmmMee t^dnnen include 
Chae Md)ermott, progran; M»y 
Kieman, aftni^c; Stay BaitKr, 
mys and n^u^; .Jtoee^dm Ac- 
ton, by-laws; IdyHh Alei^ider, re- 
meeobraiMe; Ifezel •Reynolds, hos- 
I^a%; ^Rose BreecBove, bui^el; 
aM Myrtle Cb^&^n, (deplmne 
and publicity. 

Swimming Classes 
¥m Wmnen Open 

VffiGINU BgACH — TTiere is 
am room in 0» YWCA fittt swta- 
am^ cbuees for woman to be 
h^ in ttffi C^alier Hold pSKA 
Momiay OfM^ii^, and We<^»- 
day nights. 

Tar nderaurikm c^ Mrs. Ward 
Ode at 4^43^. 

Last can for ^^x^om in 
Vff^nia Beach Laduis Day Out 
Oases wtil be MA ms Tlmrs- 
dtiff, f :15 «jn, 

Tbtre sn sum i^cud^ left 
lit flfflier woj^i^, mi, bowH^ 
Werior ^mxM^g, beglaatf 
bnd^, laad^pe pteppii^ tak- 
m0^ anS ^ ^i^ aid.pe^ 
lla^lM^ Gxam e^Um "^(nu 
M Yoti." 



Mrs. Willis Cohoon has re- 
turned to her home on 53rd St, 
after spending several days visit- 
ifllg Atty, General and Mrs. Rob- 
ert Y. HiittMi at their home in 
Richmond. 



m%. CbMM W. Mttrieft and 
family, who luive been lesM^ 
om PiiKwood Itoad, have k^ %o 
join Mr. Merrick Md make ttrtr 
hcm» SI DetrMt, MMi. 



Mrs. Hmrard F'mter erf Camm- 
vifle, Pa., is vskii^ Mrs. CtaMtv 
FrIebiK at her hime on 39A ft. 



Mrs. N. L .,^an» will leave 
today to spend several weeks 
tra^lim m Europe. 




Jr.. 



yhi. Twm^ T. 
no wrr 4>UfMer, 
MmM^ who M^ 
t^n s^feift^ wvefal inMAt itt 
tteir MMi«e Ok 82i^ ^., re- 
twart ^tte ipeAeMf to ttek 



Jtttoft B. TviAerlake III ot 
Mmm Cto^, k^xieo, speat the 
\m^eirf vmMm hii poeflMs, 
ei^ loftm B. TM^fafte 
S» ^^1 (ret.) ai^ Mrs. TwAn- 
ld» M tteir teMe « 76Ai ^ 



Mrs An I^tfd^ HMter anidi 
ha KM, Rob Huttr, wh> spent 
llM wi^r B Sinte Fe, New Mtex- 
te^ fawned tfii nnmer to Ae 
hpMAi ttd are reskftig on 51st 
Ifie^. 

Mm CllAirtl» Omrf FiM^ 

ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. 
A. Fullerttm of Bay OA>ny, Irft 
rri<fay to enter Ferrum JuniM" 
College in Femun. 



Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. 
Wall, who have been livii^ in 
Norfolk, have moved to Uieir 
new hmne m AlaiA». 



Dr. and Mrs. John M. Miller 
Jr., and their two children of 
Winston-^dem, N.C, spott a 
few days with Dr. Miller's iwKh- 
er, Mrs. John Milton Miller at 
h&: eottMe on 37th ^. Um 
weetcMd tti^ aicxompanied Mt%. 
Miller &., to ha hanx, "Sun 
Rise Point," cm the East River 
m Mathews Ckmnty. n* 



Michael Heinl, son of Col. and 
Mrs. Robert D. Heinl Jr., has 
left to resume his studies at TTte 
Fessenden School in West New- 
ton, Ma», 



Lt. William Upshur Auh, 
USN, Mrs. Ault and ttwir two 
»n$, who have l«en living at 
Lo^>n Brit^e have left to make 
l^ir home at Pearl Hartx^, 
Hawaii, where Lt Auk will have 
duty. 



Miss Carolyn Ann Tomblin, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven 
L. Aurilia of 10 Ewell Point, has 
«UoBed as a member of the 
freshman ctass at Marion Col- 
lide, a 2-year college for women 
owned and operatei by the Vir- 
gima Synod of die Lutheran 
Qiurch <rf America. 

UmtM- Follows 
CMlds* Christening 

MMiBU— Ttie infant son of 
Mr. imA Mrs. Louis J. C^ruana 
was chri^ned Mark Louis, on 
SuiKiay, Septenrtjea- 22irf at Qm 
aar of The Sea Cathdic Churdi 
in Virgmia B^ch, by RevereiMl 
Father Frank H«idrick. Mr. «id 
Mis. Hubert J. j^sett of Bmjh- 
WKMl Gardew were the Go^»r- 
ents. 

AftH" the chri^ning, a i^nily 
dini»r was held at the h«ne <rf 
Mr. and BIrs. Louis Caruana, the 
©•andparents, at 10 MiHwowl 
RoJKi, London Bridge. 

Dental Wives 
Plan Luncheon 



UrriE ORUac — The Navy 
Deitol Wives Qub of Tldewtter 
wll hold a lunclMon n»eti^ <kt 
8 at tiK IMh Cr^k OtQoa'§ 
aub. 

CocWails will be srawd ttm 
noon to 1 pjn. w^ tiie tamJ^on 
to frtow. 

A pit^mn on wip wft be pre- 
miMi by Cindee's A Soirthem 

Wftt f fww ^ be mubm of 
tt« titfle Creek Dertal wiws w^ 
Mra. J<»e|A Parker as ttaaiman. 

B^f^v^OEu may i^ nude by 
<»irtacting Mru. Iteiy A. a^<to, 
^1^1 tt tts. Htey £ 
aey, ^^78. 



TEEN TOPICS 

AmL Bene D«n^MnitfMi AgM 



■ ■ 



Lacy & (Nhrtr 



^tMsamttsmm 




'*! just doa^ imrtr wh«re ay nility goes. Somelliow I newr 
hfwe ^Migh for Ae d^m 1 rMiy ink^."~-How often do we say 
tMs as #e watch our irtDvluic«M 4mym h^'carned moley ifi^ring 
throU^ our fiii^erii. 

Well— let me just say that 5^ are not by ^wrseU. Everyone 
Ins mmtj pek^a^, H n ^ ^ mk» tam 
worse problems than ctimn — wd it n flc« always 
because some have moce nmtm to be^ wkh. 

bbn't kkf youneX w^ Am "fm mu^iy 
thrifty" (mi. ll^re is no sw^ th^. Nobody is 
bom tiirifty— you just have to team how to make 
He mari m wtat you tave lAetf^r it k mcmey, 
clothes, or timief 

WhM m «Hs tHu oAed Arift? Thrift » a 
Awl w«l btdkm NNmA aid "stretchable." The 
tfirif^ feltow a (we wto ^ai^ w««— his tm», 
his cff«t nd hH mMty. , gmm^ 

Is Mite rf Hotey, fc« B gjod maoafe- '^*^ ^^ 
meat wii^ pei»y ^M^ or Mcbf iwi^. Graa^ jou inay 
feel ^a^ lb if^ aan^ now and ttea. But— ^ f^w mAo 
savea t^mf ^ 9qi^ma§<m of Im dtare on a party w a cmiy 
bar ffied never trffering (me on his own is wH thrifty— 4ie's a dhun 
Ughtwad And yoii probably know one. 

The idea bekiad thrift is to spead y(m mern^ to diat wb 
wiR have a reasonable amount of wtatt ym mM msm v^ lone- 

^^^L*?.** '*"*^ *°** "^ ** actua% m^ms k dut you give 
upfrlneraig away money or fltings yoo (ton*t iei% need aad w« 
m order to save for what is really important 

Evatoate a a big woid, but the use of ttie ptmmt of fnighaig 
and decKfbig wliat n impofftatt to yoa is erf ike v^m tomkn^am 
m eveiything you do. You can't really expect to get all you wwtt 
oui of yott money oiUcss you make ^ ^at to leiAy d^Ms yAm 
yoa waal most and dien wort towvd ttat gdaL 

' .k*****' I fcaww— anooi^ oi tUs ]»eaeUffi§«-^efe Me scmt 

vqiBStiODs for wajfs to keea your permit acoouMed for: 

1. Buying thmgs just because you thtt yo« m^t ine Aon 
some day man meaa ftat tte cwt (rf the thytti yw twy aul 
never use win add IP die mst of what yd^M we. toft 
careful about bargain. 

2. Shopfka anxnd tig prkm k advi<» fr^iMmly given l»t 
seklow Meded Yen iry it -i / »- 

3. Buying fw quality based on price k not ahmys good mn- 
ff^SS «^i^ in the clodiwg Ikie, if jtou ia^^ 
■• **^W y* WW is going out before yoa get jour 
fw mmft wwA maybe you n^d not ^end quke as 
aMdb OB d» artUe. 

In deciding how to spend your mwiey, ym need to tbm m idvaa^ 
so ftat whai tlK temptaticm to purchase so^d^iiMulslwhF 
strikes you can refy m your previiMis thii^lcfau to ^ep ycm to ^cSe 
^Nhe^st'oi ncA to buy. ~' 

Remember that tf you l^ your clothiM out of war Mmmtx 
tx have »me otfier major expense, you wifl have to aias ata^d to 
have enough money for such ^rchases m4« ipite SittM. Yoa will 
also teve to plan for Chrktm^ and birtfiday ^. 

Think about kee^-lOBf-ran^" money a little rtmoved from 
tempfatKMi, m a separate saviSp account, for instaace. 

Now then, put of the oKWiey yoa pf fron yaw m^m or 
aUowaace or botk, sA Mide Ae amoiBl pa aeei Isf m^^bs 
te cftn^, school hmAm, boPks, organizatkm dues, etc. ^^ 

Tl» art of beii^ tfnifty con^s in when you can decide wlyif 
you reaHy wait to ^ikI and to save fornd to te «tt to #ttr 
plan. And savi^ u nq>oi«nrt. Y«i wffl be an^ ftow ^mmf 
myvm, wdl grow a you consistoitly add to them. 

Money management can be a real chaltenp otI fm. You 
wiU ^n«r be prwdo' dian when you stick to a plaa dut fa m^lfA 

to yoo «» ^rotoi your iMoey. »A p«Biy Mv«l is a p^ earned." 
The satafactwa of emnmg ^tm owa money h no g^tam thm Ae 
satisfactM3n ot spewling wtet you have earned cai^uHv tor wtet 
you want to l»y. ' 

■ — « -* — — 



Sttpper Will Benefit Chib 



BAYSnm— nans are in the 
making for a pocidre sof^ier aad 
hoot^omy apamot^ 1^ the 
Junkw Women's Clrt> trf Bayskfe 
for the bca^tt of tkev Sdwtav- 
ship Fund. The affair will be h^ 
OT Saturday evraii^, October 
12th, OT Ae lawn of Mrs. Nma 
Hobbs' home on Tyndate Qwrt. 

Several tiAemai toad musici- 
ans have agreed io come and en- 
tertain with some folk soi^. Sea- 
tOT K^mrordiy u m (teurge d tte 
musical pit^ram. 

Sp«ial guest. Miss Amparo 
Sanchez, Colun^)|an Exchange 
Student attending Norvicw H^ 
School, will offer a few renditions 
on her 12 string guiter. 



Adult and diUdrens tkrkets ue 
available turn aiy ckd» neonftier 
or by calBng ticket cteimm, 
Mrs. RaymOTd AmoUL 497- 
5710. 



KempsTiIIe Oub 
Has Workshop 

KaWSVIXl — A iKwtabop 
ns^^^^led Qie firsit tne^isg of 
the 8«ison -of Oie Knvmrffle 
He^4a Cbfdra (Mb iaet w«^. 

Ilie w<n-l^Hn} was ccHMhicted 
^ M^ A. it (^^)p«r fir 
nrnnben of Qm In^ess didi end 
guests from other neii^ ctidks. 



COMING NfXT . . .'.. . . 



For Club Mtet 

MALIBI^Ttie fint m tma^ 
ing «f th« Mafibu Gtrdea Club 
wm Aeld lAtenSy In tie cifeteria 
41 the MaHbu iR^menlary School. 

Gueft speaker was Mr. Glfford 
of the Wmn Nureery who ^t^ 
cnlorad tfid@ on Iwrttodbire and 
imtamgu$. An i^NNtt^ h^ 

trip tiuioQ^ the §u<&km of ttn 
Adam Ttoou^^iod ^Mjb. 

'ffg^ mggt nmi\ni wB tM fieli 
in ^M^iw^ m at tym 
U tiw Imae df MM. tNMlM irtl- 
m^m, 38^ Akdit Road, ia 
IfeUbu. 

Mr. Itai^ of ^ Ovwd^ Itav- 
my wit 9eak oa "Fak MMV'. 

Mrdttfr 'dul^ OT *¥A A^as^s- 
{oente". 



W. T. COOKE r-TA ^^ETS 

VIRGINIA reACH — The 
W. T. Cooke Sctool P-TA wBl 
b(AI its se^md meeting o< ^ 
1963-64 »:lbo(4 year Aifontby, 
Octdttf 7lh at 8 p.m. 

Winkm Robison, assktant 
Supt. of [MvisiOTi of instruction 
tor Ncwfoflt Clw Schoob will 
spi^ on "TIk Mte of Pouts 
a OlMainii^ Qwdi^ Edwatton." 



FIRST STOP 
ON THE WAY 
TO SCHOOL 




tuA H idi aa f hi dMiM ax- 

M^M^k* dHbk^^Mft YfhMa4 tw^r 
■IMNI wim ftWn MM MNf * 

3fdi C^Uaners 
GA8.2S01 



SoTonl^' Tea Hunm:-. '^autumci 




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Carol Whit«f (ri^t) presents a corsage to Anne S 
presutent of the Tri Gamma Sorority, during a tea held recently 
at Mks White's home in Prin^ Anae Hills to htmor swor^ 
monfawni Icavi^ for coUege. OtMuates ^eadii^ iMk(M Amnp 
BeoMtt, Nancy Aider, fihnN GilliMk, Wmy A^^ KeftMt 
Wingfe Mater, Clvktine Reyi^^, Mm mwyK, Anw toix^ii 
and Innnie \^re. 




THIKIY 

To Your New Hom§ • . . 

A HOMi nDIRAL 

LOAN 

Home Federal 

SAVMOS & LOAN ASSOaAHON 



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An Open Letter To All Pmcfils: 



Dear Parent: ^ 

If yw tmm • d^ in your home this letter is especfaMy Important to you. 

At ff» bi^nning of a new school term, you, as a parerrt, andf we as e^hthal- 
«wc pracffffoners sf*^W be particularly concern^ with the vision of our chtidren. 
4 r«^mt rmp&$ fr&n the Better Vision Institute points ovt the ntid for this con- 
oid w^ MMN^ tN# show that one oul of every four children today n««is eye 
o^e ^ a nlw pw^r^tion. 

refiooic eye examinations are Important to the welHselng of ^ery ^M. 
Thaw shptrfef be »* ''""tine as other aspects of health care. Only through regular 
proTMsvonat ey can a child's visual problem be detentil^ rt an early 

stage and the necessary steps be taken to c^rr^:* It before It ^fves risi to otfuw 
WKi ofMfi ^NmHw problems. 

If youf dhfW has not had professional ^e care rt^rrtly, we urg© yt>u to 
rwl© m^ now for him to have a cxmnpfete eye wciminatlon. Gootf 

m Vm ^^ #(i school year can be his most Importarrt ass*. 

Wi »m ^m to our children. 



Oardlally, 



f^atVeiteSkff^ 



ma M'^^K Ave. 



VlrQlma $mh 



SAUWY CVTKAL CttWANY 



VIRGINIA BEAC^ OMmX 

SIS 3 lit CT^ffiT 
PfWW <^ 8-1521 



raO^ MA 7-3253 



mimmMm m^im 



hpcal Gliib WiBM 




Froin MMt 



VIRGINIA BEA 
gbUa Beach cluAwomen attended 
a Iboard meeting of th- ' - 
Fwteraftlon of Worm, 
held recentty in Roanoke. 

They inchuted: Un. Foster L 
CMlbeii prerident of the Tidewa- 
ter Dtotrlot of the VFWC; Mrs. 
PhiUp H. Ruaso, state chainmn 
of the ComRUtnity baprovenienit 
Program; Mrs. Cam Fanner, state 
ciiiarman of tiie f^rmanent Head- 
quarten Fund; Mrs. Arthur 6. 
Jamea, president, and Mrs. Gil- 
tat Kmm, mtaMliate paA pi^^ 
d^, both of Mm Cape Heivy 
WoiMu'e ChA. 

AtoOi l«i. tOoH^m WItom of 
^ Muen ^nm Wooui'a Out} 
<rf Vi^^nte BmkA; Obi. W. H. 
TMmA, j^^Mm^ Ocean Pitfic 
W«ni«*a C^- ib«. J. IQrUand 
S(^HitwtMi^ m^^Mi, eaystde 
Jwtorjronan'a Ct^; Ifrs. V. K. 
•Mnxml Jr., prwMent, Virgiau 
INaib • Piinceaa Amw Junior 
Wiwyuj's Club; aod Mn. P^»r A. 
Mam Jr. of ftiylabe Pines, pre^- 
<jte^ Norfolk Junior Wmnan'a 
C%ib. 

•Mk Famw pruented tiw state 
imrttent with a Vkif^ BeuA 
Wmgkm 7 pin firom CMy Man- 



BIRTHS 

Mr» and Mrs. Qem Bumeu U 

amiiu^d^ bbtih crfttub first 

^tt4 a «»» Ikai^UI, M Sept. 

14 to DePaid Ifa^tal. jMts. Bur- 

rjs die fomer Mmm C^pitda 
Barco, daughter U Mr. atul 
Mrs, B. F. Barco of Virginia 
]fo«d). Mr. Buige» k the »m of 
Mn. C O. Bu^BSS ^ Norfolk 
aod donate Mr. Bu^ss. 



id^l 



and Mrs. Edmund M. 
Mo<H% of Richmond anncnuKe 
titf birth of their fourtfi child, 
first (butter, Eli^ibetfi Waddill, 
on Tu^dav, Sept. 17tti ai the 
RichmoiKl Mediral College H(»- 

B'taL Mrs. Mo(He m^s Umaet 
m Patticia Hall of JU^nwd. 
ify. juid Mra, Moq^ a» bma&[ 
jmii&m oi Vir^nm BsBh. s 



tended an invitation to iiold the 
"""■ board meeting in Virginia 
1. Next year's imeetlnff will 
be held in (Richmond . 

Sme Wie WWC has no penn- 
aiMNM headquaiiters, a pba wm 
made by Mrs. Famier. chaimam 
of ttls committee, to qnuMn* 
fuiMteaiaing projeota to cbUm 
sulf^nt nwney to eataiUh <»e. 
Shf luggasted such pro^tem a 
crate pvrty, bootenanny « wmfc- 
ing as "waitressea-for-a-^y." ' 

Fire Auxiliary 
Meeting Tonight 

\^KIimA BEACH — TTm La- 
dlM Auxiliary of the Vii^nui 
Beach Fire DeMi^mnt vSi meat 
tonigM at A^^. «t ttw lire mtf 
tion. 

Ptnu for flte snnu^ flommn's 
eov^^ didi suppa*, to be toM 
Mer tti^ ipcmth, wMI be <]^ 
ei^ed. 

At Ito fault meeting A^s. Vlr- 
ginki JMHip, ps^dldent, welcoflMd 
Mrs. 'WiU«n K^^sprd as a new 
raofflbftT. 

^ nMMnbers are urged to at- 
(oid toi^^s fl^it£ng. 

TAHBW Holding 
Wig Exhibition 

viRG»iA Bmm-'DiB imt- 

water Aaao(^^lon <xf (Home ItaOd- 
«^ Women's Aui^iMy opened V^ 
fall season with a ^ i^»Mm 
Sliow and luncl^on si the Bay 
Harbour Oidt) S^rtenber ^. 

Mrs. litna Kotitf of tte Town 
and Ooinitiy ^xpi dMeuscrt md 
dkfda^ed tte cvMevrt irig Aurii- 
Mma. 

^^ aeleotknis lam^ £n»n 
stvff bhMMte to bsuseMe raodded 
by: W^. An^ Noimi, Mrs. Carol 
NoeM, Mn. Aitaie DoWn and 
Ibi. lliAna Baran. 



TRAYLOR OPTICAL CO. 

Virginia Beach's ONLY 

1369 Laskin Road, Professional Bldg. 

VIRGINIA BEAQ1, VA. 

GA 8-4020 



ehai^es <wa» OMMle in 

state-wide conteirti ^wnMmd by 
Q» WVK^. Ite fttt ^B OHilaA 
is mm ^pB to ^fy va^nim' 
sintf KtMs fl^ modttti, #»ta%t 
m mm-ob^rtlwe ma moMd as a 

^M VogM' Sama$ <^itot, 
«^ flwnwed- ^ Ae VFWC, 
hM beM (i^Med Md m ii^r- 
club cffli^* from d^rtrt, state to 
mrtiwMd }w teen addled in to 
pliK^. 



Rose Society 
?\zmki Show 

NOWPOIK— At a jecOTt- m^;- 
ing of toe TldewAer wise Soci^, 
Wffll«n B. Harriron, preadent, 
announced that plam h&vt been 
conqde^ for ttie '^tose Stum" 
to be bM (X^dber 121ti and 13th 
in tt^ Adminlilration Bufldir^ of 
^6 ficBtMk Botami<^ Gantois, 

Wb ki the firat flo^ dww to 
be bM ^ tt» ^adn» and wffi be 
ct gmt Menst to imalettr end 
be^ier Tom growi^^. Itie lU^ 
^ow l^tfi waAet (he Chtftaun- 
O^ of Willkmi S. Huf^m and 
Ito'. M. I. KMschnr have nude 
iteis to interest the piridk ctf iril 
i^es in Ihe i^tiatk; and NMioiI- 
tofttl md EdmsQsm^ Div^ons of 
Rme Gfowii^. 

Mr. Itorison ias stppcAv^ed the 
foflowing; Ju<^i^ <Oasimma, Mr. 
£. D. Dtivd; i^-ran^neirt OJtfs- 
es, Mrs. >E. D. Itavid and Mn. 
Wffliwn B. Harrison; PrtflfcKy, 
Mrs. Edward Uppo; TWeviaon 
ami Radio, Dr. M. I. Krischer; 
Staguig, Ft«deric Heirtto and 
Staff; Ckasffia^n, J. R. McAvoy 
and J. IE. EQer, Sr.; Trmm and 
AwMds, Dr. M. I. Krbcher; Rnan- 
ckil, Charies Tuirai; ^iedsa i^- 
MWts, Geor^ Borai^; TScfcete, 
A. J. Ayo; ftx^wrty, l/^m John- 
sm and Jme^ Berryoan, Jr.; 
EAK^ond, ¥)eed D. Wi^ace; 
Heeteases, Mrs. Iterion iM; R^ 
istrMkm, Inward l^po; Vi^en, 
(ko-laml C. Ames; ArtMe Divi- 
mm CieA$, iita. N. t. H^n^; 
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1^. H. S. Keindli^; dlah^kn 
JRyKlges lioaci^m, Mrs. M. I. 
Krucher; Artistic Dm«co Sti^- 
ii^, Mrs. James D. Bii^unan; and 
Teiers, Mrs. E. W. Hoffman and 
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to stop in and say hello. 



Eastern FInanfce, a long t?rrie attraction in the 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach area, now comes 
to Bayside. 

^Ith #wen 0i&r offices In Tidewater, fast 
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Realty Firm Changes Name 



It was annminced today Aat 
as of Octc*er 1, 1963, the name 
oi the finn of Cunnii^ham- 
Malbon-Etheridge, Inc., will be 
ohangwi to H. W. Cunningh«n 
aod Associ^es, Iik. 

H. W. Cunning^m stated that 
the original firm of C-M.E. was 



Ribbons Awarded 
Garden Clubbers 

BAY COLONY — A work- 
shop meeting was held by the 
Bay Shore Garden Cli*, Se^em- 
ber 25, at the Presbyterian 
Church, Ribbcms were awarded 
to tte following: 

Blue, Mrs. Maurice Jackson, 
Mrs. A. Q. GaiT^ Mrs. Geco-ge 
Miller, Mrs P. W. Root, Mrs. W. 
W, Waller, Mrs. Gilbert Wilson. 

Red, Mrs. E. E. Ball, Mrs. W. 
P. Rudrow, Mrs. Tliomas Worn- 
mack, Mrs. Walter Renn. 

The club has accepted four (4) 
new m^mbMS, Mrs. William 
Whalen, K^£. E. Ball, Mrs. 
John Riley,«^rs. Gilbert Wil- 
son. 

Plans have been made for a 
guided tour oi Seashore &i^ 
Park for the October meeting. 



L YNNHA VEN COLONY « 
GARDEN CLUB 

LYNNHAVEN — The Lynn- 
haven Ctolony Garden Club will 
meet today at tihe home of Mrs. 
J. R. Cobb, 2213 Starfish Road, 
at 10:30 a.m. 



first incorporated in January o€ 
1960. Cunningham was then in 
Sales Management with a nation- 
al firm. Not wanting to be trans- 
ferred out of this area, Cunning- 
ham entered Real Estate- and in- 
terested Malbon and Etiieridge 
in a partnership. The office was 
established at its present loca- 
tion, 3253 Vii^inia Bew^h Blvd. 
It was then staffed with cme sales- 
man and one secretary. Cunning- 
hem now employs a sales stt^ 
of 12 and two secretaries. 

"The cfaai^ in ownership 
does not c<Mne from hard f^l- 
mgs" Cunningham stated. "I of- 
fered to buy dieir intere^ ai^ 
they agreed to sell" 

Cunnine;ham was graduated 
from the Real Estate Institute of 
flie University o( Virgmia, and 
has been President of the Virginia 
Real Estate Institute and I^i- 
dent of the Virginia Real Estate 
B(»rd. Presently he is on tiw 
Board of Directore of the Vfr- 
einia Real Estate As^jciaticm 
Education Cogimittee, a member 
of the Norfolk and Virginia 
Beach Real Estate Boards and 
the Tidewater Asociation of 
f^»ne Builders. He is also Vice 
President of tfie Oceana Lions 
Club and a member of the Erin- 
cess Aniie Ruritan C3ub.' He re- 
sides in Virginia Beach with his 
wife Doris and his three childrai, 
Vicki. Bob and Debra. "We are 
keeping the same sales staff and 
oersonnel," Cunnineham said, 
"and we certainly anticipate con- 
tinu^ growth." 




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Two Loses 
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VIRGINIA BEACH — Vir 

einia Beach and Princess Anne 
High SMiools, two (rf the city's 
veetran football teams, came 
through withMmpressive victwies 
last week, but the two neiwom- 
ers, Kellam and Cox. fell before 
mcM^e experienced foes. 

The Sertawks <rf Virginia 
Qeach delighted their followers 
with a convincing 35-6 win over 
Norfolk Academy. Princess 
Anne, followinK its established 
pattern of dropping its opening 
game to Great Bridge, continued 
to improve and made Granby its 
second victim of the young sea- 
s<Mi. 22-6. 

Ferguson High of Newport 
News scored in every period to 
down a same, but outclassed Cox 
eleven Fridav night by a score 
of 32-0. All Fennis<^ scores 
were macfe by Bob Schamus. 

Kellam met Oiuckatuck at the 
Vireinra Beadi stadiwn Saturday 
night and it was too much ^^ii^t 
aiM experience as the Kellam 
Knights loa their first game, 20 
to 6. 

All teams will be in iu:tion 
again this week. 

RICHARD L. LINDELL, H 

U. S. FORCES, GERMANY 
(AHTNQ— Arniy PFC Richard 
L. Lindell, IT, whose parents live 
at 2819 Thorou^good Dr., Bay- 
side, and other members of tiie 
562d Artillerv. OJ»rticipated in 
Exercise LION VERT, in cen- 
tral Europe. 

LION VERT, a NATO com- 
mand post exercise, was designed 
to oractice communicatbns and 
staff procedures amcmg the allied 
forces defending centt'al Europe. 
The ten-day exercise, whidi end- 
ed Sept. 12, inducted flight mis- 
.sicms by t]w allied tactical air 
forces. 

Lindell, s clerk in He^quar- 
ters Battery, 6th Missile Birttal- 
ion near Butzbach, entered the 
Armv in August 1961. He ccwn- 
pleted basic training at Fort Jack- 
son, S. C, was last stationed at 
Fort Miss, Tex., and arrived ov- 
erseas in D«;eraber 1962. 

The 19-year-old soldier is a 
1961 graduate of Princess Anne 
High School, Lynnhaven. 

Boatinir Course 
Offered Here 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Tlw first 
class of the U. S. I^nrer Squadron 
will be iteld ne:rt Monday ni^ 
In the Va^nk Beach <H^. Sdiool 
following registration IkM hoe 
the past Monday ni^. 

It was pmnted oul ttiat it is stQl 
not too late to raster for the 
boat handling course. Classes will 
be held each MoiKlay night in the 
school for 12 weeks. About 40 at- 
tended the r^i6trati<ni meeting 
this week. Class hour each Mon 
day is 8 pjm. 



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CAVITATION— MARINE NUISANCE AND THIEF 

By HANK BOWMAN 

Most standard dictionaries don't include the word "cavitatkwi'*. 
yet cavitation is a marine phenomena that steals thousai^ of 
dollars hxHn pleasure boatmen each year ai^ detracts from d»ir 
pleasure. Many boat owners don't know anything about tfiis marine 
pest or have any hint that %om& of the anm^ing sounds, a bige 
portion of their fuel budget and even some erf their repair bills may 
be due to the formation of air — — — 



cavities in the water passing 
through their boat's propeucar. 

A marine propelter acts as a 
water pump. It draws ws^r 
throu^ its blades forcing a hi^ 
velocity spiral stream into the 
mass of water bdimd. This 
thrusts the boat ahead. Since 
water is many times more dense 
than air, the introduction of air 
into the propeller stream results 
in a loss of thrust or propeller 
efficiency. The propeller skips 
and fails to produce its intended 
tiirust, turning inefficiently like 
an auto's wh^ls s|Hnnlng c» 
glare ice. This is cavitation. 

There's a marine axiom that 




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WheflMT yon chooM to iwlicTe it 
OT not, periuve u oMch as 95 per- 
cart of hwdadiM have ao noitc la 
tbe hMd rt aO. Tenfoa li fte meat 
comnoa canae, aad the pite resalts 
from a relcaae of *'p^ •lAilaBce'' In 
the nerve wda of ffae aca^ at a tine 
when arterlea hi Ac ImmI have be- 
come dttafed. 

Reattw, td cvWon , pom- vendln- 
tion ani driving can canae diii, as cu 
too4onR ^eoccapation witt one aab- 
Ject, mMag a med and fev«. 

Howevo', If ffttinR fraer^rthMHi 
fikd ia aomewh at dt a haadacha, 
■uqr we aanaal a cnre? A^ ^m flw 
pnMapt, c oiir ieoi M aervlce at BAMfS 
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Beach Pigeons 
Win NX. Race 

NORFOLK — ^Pi^om bekaig- 
ing to RoUin Bender, a salesman 
with Marshall Rambler of Vir- 
ginia Beach fc»- tiie past 31/2 
years, won first place in a race 
ifrom Raleigh, N.C., tc "orfolk, 
Sunday. 

\ The birds were n!easi»j in 
Raleigh, N.C. at 10:30 a.m. and 
traveled the 155 air miles in 
three hours and 15 minutes. The 
speed was recorded at 1386.503 
yards per minute. 

Bender is one of 22 members 
of the Norfolk Pigeon Club and 
is vice fwesident of the Tidewater 
Concourse Pigeon Association 
which includes clubs from Eliza- 
beth City, and Newport Nws 
and two from Norfolk. 

Many of the Norfolk cliA- 
members are residents of Virginia 
Beach. Their lines of work range 
from seamen to professional men 
but all enjoy flying pigeons as a 
hobby. 

Bender \&& been raising and 
flying pigeons for about 23 
years, he said. 

Birds used in OMicourse racin^ 
are generally oedigrewl birds 
from strains orieinatuig in France 
and Belgium. Bender said, and 
pointed out that their ancestors 
were once used by Julius Ceasar 
and the Eevptians. Pieeons hter 
nroved their usefullness during 
World War II when the first 
WOTd of the Normandie Invasion 
was sent by carrier pigeon. 

One soecial pireon, called 
"G.T. Joe." flew soecifically for 
General Eisenhower. 

Second otece in Sundav's rac« 
went to Horace Dailev of B^iv- 
side. Adam Mayan of Nmfolk 
won third and fourth olaces. 



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"A thirsty propeller, not f«l 
en(Hi^ water will drink fuel." 
This is true. TTie fuel consump- 
tion of any engine is governed by 
the revolutitms per minute at 
which the engine operates: die 
hi^er ihe rpm, the greatra* tlw 
fuel consumption. If a propeller' 
doesn't develof) its poteMi^ 
thrust at any given q^n, it is 
wasteful <A fiKl. 

On some boats suffering pro- 
peller cavitation, the phenomenon 
is only notlce^e in turns at fai^ 
ly high speed. This is usuaHy 
caused by under^^ter accessories 
such as drive ^aft, rud^rs, 
struts, k^l or excessive marine 
erowth causing a vacuum kx par- 
tial vacuum forward (tf die fwo- 
peller . Since nature abhors a 
vacuum, air is drawn from the 
surface of the Water to fill the 
cavities. 

Cavitation may usually be cor- 
rected by increasing propeller , 
size: diameter or pitch or both. 
The outbcmrd owner can <rft«i 
eliminate cavitation by decreas- 
ing the angle betwwn trans(m 
and drive shaft housmg, bv drop- 
oine the motor in a notch or a 
oin hole with the mechanism pn>- 
vided for that ounx»e. Cavita- 
tKMi. too, may be caused bv the 
nropeller operating too close to 
the surface in less dense water. 
On an outb<»rd this is cor^ctM 
by reducing he hei^t (rf the 
motor mount board. 

Too much deadwood, that g 
an overly genermis keel or a 1^ 
extending too far aft, also ^m 
cause disturbance. Thte, too, c^ 
for a larger propeller or a mo^- 
fication to the keel. 



Beach Dog 
Wins Title 

VIRGHWA BEACH — A Vir- 
ginia Baach bird <k)g has wcm 
the $1,000 open all-age ^ake m 
the U. S. Chicten ChampioiKhip, 
a f^Id trial run on prairie chick- 
ens art Solon Springs, Wis. 

Rigajig, a five-year-old pointer 
nude owned by A. 1. lii^^ of 
Vli^ima B«K*h and hancfled by 
PM Brouaseau of BaraweQ, S. C, 
beat <wt ^ d<^ (0 win the qp»i 
all-s^ s^a^. 

In 1961, I^ajig w<m the Inter- 
national I^ieasant Chiunpicm^hip 
at Kiktore Fkdns, Ohio. 

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A Payroll Tax h Unfair 
And UAfMt to tho People 



im W6i^ ^m League of Vif^mia 

m^NW ite^Mi #^ prbposaT of fstertolk Oty 
Manager AAaxwell that there be a payroll 
tax on fi^ople working within the city. 

Some years ago the Virginia General 
Aisernbly passed a law prohibiting such a 
tax and the attempt of City Manager Max- 
welt to have this payrcrfl tax adopted is just 
anothw move. In our of^nlon, erf f^r. Max- 



well to pAace a hardship on the citizens 
of Virginia Beach. 

The tax is unfair, unjust and unlawful. 
We are glad the League of Virginia Munici- 
palities was aware of this. It proves, how- 
ever, that Virginia Beach must forever be 
alert to the protection of its interests and 
the Sun-News congratulates its officials foi* 
their opposition to this tax. 



^'Qrass Roots Opinion'' 



PinSBURGH, l»A., LIBERTY lEDGEft: 
"htew there is flfwre money, tiut th# old 
idea of thrift has been abandwied ... Of 
course the example for all of this is set by 
government, which insists tfiat It must 
spend, regardless df resources. Goverrv 
mmt Mys it's all right to let the national 
d^ ^te up; just b^row more money for 
what is being purchased this year and to 
pm the Interest on what was borrowed 
befcH-e," 

OUhteMUlR, CALIF., NEWS: "Profits . . . 
are the keystone of the American economy, 
although sime tfve early days of the New 
Deal there has been a persistent effort to 
denigrate fhem. Without profits, no capital 
InveifeSint. Without capital inv^tment. 
no jdas, no dividwids or interest. In the 
long run, no tax revenues." 

^^ITARIO, ORE., ARGUSOBSERVER: "In 
view of national surpluses fw many basic 
food crqas, it seems that . unified with- 
tirawal (k new reclamation would be in 

'' IIO^NCE, ALA., HERALD: "It was the 
Ford c&r that first carried us from the coun- 
try to the city, from the city to the country, 
it carried a man to see his neighbor, a boy 
lo we a girl, and whole famflies to sfte^^ 
places once hidden by horizons. It became, 
In short, a part of life, and its ignition key 
became the key to an unprece<J»nt«jl per- 
sonal freedom."— Ford Times 

CUERO, TEX., RECORD: "Accidental 
dea^, as a result of swallowing poison, is 
irKTeesIng each year. You may not realize 
it, but more than 600,000 children— each 
year— swallow some kind of poison. This 
s^u4d make every parent think twice and 
cferry out a routine check of bathroom cab- 
inets, kitchen, etc," 

BEDFORD, IND., TIMES-MAIL: "President 
Kennedy's re<»nt order— issued without the 
consent of Congress— may open up more 
troyfeles Ihan It wilt sol^^. The President 
has ordered that all companies engaged in 
government contracts, and all contractors 
doing gov^nment work, must hire mcH^e 
n^ro workers. . . . The President or any- 
body else can issue edicts, but he can't 
make (a) skilled person out of an unskilled 




lam. BOOKLEf 
TO GET MTIOML 
AWARD 

VIRGWIA BEACM — Cfal* I*|^ta« Op^ « ^ittnil 
represenwive Vat pitic te^ ^WlertfcH^ M InMnM to Wf|lirt8 
B€i(* diaittbw ^ Owwawoi Ant *!tfr prtatei«tai» TI|^ VMirft . 
icach Gmt, has beea satecMl to rec^ tt» l^Wiaal OmO^ m the 
Monft A«wd. 




Lynnhaven CowKilman James Dtrien is pictured Cttflttng the ribbon that crfflcially opened 
the Master Auto Stwe, Mnt^ Anne Plata aoppin| C«M^^s newest business firm. Also pic- 
tured are (left to r^) Rrt> Ftefdwr, stcwe muiafer; S. A*^r Green, Master Auto presiiknt; 
E^i^n; Harold Baitett, presidfent ol U.S. Rtob ber Tire Co. and Sam Green. (Hud^ Photo) 



person in a minute. That takes time, and if 
#» President starts to put white men out 
of a job just to put negro workers in those 
jobs, then we might see a few demonstra- 
tions of the majority. They could be more 
dangerous than the demonstrations of a 
mincrity." 

CANTON, N. C, ENTERPRISE: "We have 
freedom of the press and we must keep 
tfiat right. In freedom, though, there is 
duty. It is the duty of the press to keep 
people informed. . , , In the long run , , , 
a free press is better than a muzzled one. 
It has to remain that way no matter how 
distasteful some news events are handled." 

CARLSBAD, N. M., CURRENT-ARGUS: 
"History is filled with the abysmal failures 
of dictators who resorted to the overthrow 
of law as a cure-all for social ilk. That's not 
for us. The law, in America, not only must 
remain supreme; it must be kept abreast 
of the ever<hanging times lest demoaacy 
be outdistanced by less responsible sys- 
tems," 

ODESSA, WASH., RECORD: "How many 
of us realize the vast returns we get from 
helping develop a strong community? 
Communities flourish because the people 
living there keep faith. People have not 
hesitated to make their initial investments. 
They invest in a home, in a business, in 
friendships, in living ctwiditions. There are 
those who are short sighted and fail to see 
that a cxDmmunity needs keeping up just 
as surely as does a home." 

M PERE, Wise,, JOURNAL-DEMOCRAT: 
"A special presidential council on the Older 
American has concluded that the man or 
vs^man over 65 has become almost a sec- 
ond<lass citizen. He may be hale and 
healthy, but he can't get insurance except 
at exorbitant rates, he can't make his ideas 
known (except In higher professional lev- 
els) he is becoming more and more exclud- 
ed from family councils, he is thrown into 
institutions and deprived of his liberty on 
the barest excuses. . . . All levels of gov- 
ernment, private oi^anizatlons and indi- 
viduals need fo do their share to restore 
these stalwarts of another day to first dass 
citizenship." 



Beaeh Seeks 
Junior Miss 

PRINCES Am^Er-Ottce again 
the s^uth for Vii^ia Bach's 
Junior Miss is underway. 

"Riis contest, spoii»n«d % the 
Princess Anne Junior CtftamW of 
Commerce, will cubninate Octo- 
ber 26Lh when tiie winner is 
ch{»en at Princess Anne Hi^ 
School 

Announcement of the contest, 
a very popular contest last year, 
was made by Marvin Price, Chair- 
noan of the JayCee Pageant Com- 
mittee. 

The local Junior Miss title is 
given to >ihe Jiigh school senior 
between the ages of 16 and 19 
years of age who best typifies the 
ideal Ameriten teenage giri. Judg- 
ing includes personality, talent, 
Kholastic achievement and per- 
sonal appearance. 

iLocal giite attending Princess 
Anpe or Virginia Beadv High 
Schools, a*ay obtain entry MaiAs 
at th^ir respective school offices 
or from any Princess Anne Jiiy- 
Oee. 

The winner of Virginia Beach 
Junior Miss wiQ be presented a 
Junior Miss Trophy and <rfher 
awards to be announqed Msr. 
She will sim travel to Roanoke 
for tte State finals. 

The state wiraaer win then com- 
pete in the national finals in 
Man* at Mobile, Alabama. 

The natiOinal winner shares in 
flie $14,000 America's Junior Miss 
Scholarship Fund.** 

National sponsors of the Amer- 
ica's Junior Miss Pageant, Inc., 
are the Coca^Ja Con^^any, Bob- 
bie Brooks, Inc., and Iktstman 
Kodak Company. 



P.A, Juj^m 
Behind Local 
Option Project 

PRINCEIS A^JNE— "Rie Prin- 
ces Anne Junior Chamber of 
CommCTce la^ week adopted a 
fesobii^ favoring local option 
on the iigbt te vote on *histey- 
by-toe-drink. 

The Virginia Bteich Jaycees 
adopted a similar resolution last 
week and the Bayside chapter is 
expected to take action in &» 
iMar future. 

The au-ee Jaycee chapters are 
also expected to sponsor either a 
mock ^ectfoo or petition ibooths 
sometime in <November. 

The Princess Anne resolution 
states that Jaycees !>elieve it m 
the "privilege and duty of a civic 
oi^anijation to express itself on 
matters affecting tl» boac rights 
of individuals" and it is an or- 
ganization that "bdieves in the 
right of cMi^ns to govern them- 
s^ves throu^ their votii^ fran- 
chise." 

Copies of the resolution will be 
sent to Governor Albertis Harri- 
SMi Jr., U. Gov. Mills Godwin, 
all members of tlie General As- 
sembly and local, mws media. 
i- 

STORE ADDITION 

VIRGINIA BEACH— An ad- 
dition to the 31st Street Col<mial 
Store is now underway. 

Cost of the brick and block 
construction is estimated at 
$20,000. 
9 

PERMITS APPLICATION 

PEMBROKE — Terry Con- 
stmction Company has applied 
for buikling permits to construct 
15 more residences in Pembroke 

MaiKMT. 

The pennits total $232,500. 
The houses will be brick ai«i 
frame. 



500 Expected At 
Baptist Meeting 

VIWSINIA BEAOI— More ttwn 
MO pemms Me exposed to M- 
tend the SapM Un^ Coi^eM^ 
FViday kbA SMunlay M ttie ^Mui 
fi. Shq>aid d^ Center. 

"Riis tmnference wlD necesttiiB 
two chaises in the regukr we€k- 
^id scliedule at the ^nter. Pro- 
motioMd Da«rtor Ml iMytuin 

"Rie popular Cabaret Teen 
<famce will be aoRsUed Sirtiodiy 
night but vfM be r^onimd oeaA 
week as plam^. 

The only roHer aiating hours 
over the w^k-end yM be Sunckor 
from 1 to 4 p.m., be s^. 

COURT CLC^D 

VIRGINIA BEACH — This 
city's Municifai Co«rt aad 
Juveilile and Ekmiestic Relati<ms 
Court will IHH be held tm Oct. 
16, 17 and 18, 

Judges J. E^vis Reed ani L. 
Travis Braiwh will be out of 
town thoK dates attending 
Judicial conferences and the an- 
nual cc«vention of Municipal 
jud^s in Roanoke. 

lOSEPH A. IKHtTON, 01 

SHEPP.ARD AFB, Tex. — 
Airman Third Cla^ Jo^ph A. 
Horton III of Virginia Beach, is 
being reassigned to MtConnell 
AF^ Kan., folkywing his gradu- 
ation fKMtt the United States Air 
Force technical training omrse 
for missile electricians. , 

Aiitnan Horton learned to in- 
stall, operate and maintain tiie 
Titan II ifii^iie eteotrical sys- 
tems. 

T^ airman, k« of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. A. Horton, Jr., 407 
Maryland Ave., Virginia BeacJt, 
is a graduate of Virginia Beach 
High School. 




Roy La m&ce, Es»«^« WKte- : 
tor of the Vk^m Oewh Gum- 
ber of Cttmaaee wte edM ife 
pubUcaUwi, stat ed flwt Oie I>ook 

Btach Man 
Teaches At 
Witness Meet 

VffiGINIA HEACH-Janws R. 
Berry, aft anodHte oaittater ift the 
Vii0ttia BeKh eonfNgiMoB «l 
Jehovah's Wtoeasi^, hii *ee» ta- 
vited to partidiMfte on tti pP9- 
gram of a 4te«e^ky Miditarid 
Training 
School to be 
hdd in Newpwt 
iibwB, 0<^Aer 
4«. 

Ifr. Berry, 
frtio has WW 
a^>ciated wiUi 
tte local ^ngre- 
0tnn iae ^ 
p^ 27 mmtos, 
ll a nwtive <rf 
Ae Virginia 
Beach afm and 
serves, af a 
itatdg etBaSXKtor 
m die toetf om- 
gr^tion. 
Tfc« nMtfng 
JaniM R. BMTy ipQBtOTid ly 
the Watch tower SocMy ol froek- 
lyn, New Y<sk. te- iMilcei !»• 
cated in Vii^it X^mH n^. h 
will ^ture ten honn of pnett# 
instrucUon deigned to IM^ M- 
vidud mioiito:^ up-pide tlieiT 
door to dodr q^nMy «n4 ^ 
prove their hmm Mbte irtudy 
teaching technicpies. 

Berry saMi QiaA ^idi ol flie 
more than twesfy^wo ttoim^ 
WitM^ cx i ngp^attons tsetuS^KA « 
Theocratk: Mnbi^ Sdieel lor lU 
HKmbera axMl Q^ Mdiy evesiag 
•esaion vM pcmsA t "mW 
schod conq^ "With ^admt 
speakers. ^ 

finry, ivte wUl <toiiWBMw ie> • 
student ^leaking sa^0xmiA, aid, 
'*a«« to no g i iJiil Ti ig ftran 
time conp^tiott ministry 

IVAw^es bf Ms naflie iirt Wi^ 
dom, there is no end to leamh^ 
and unproviqg arri keeping up to 
Mi in enes nteistfy. the «diod 
in ^^^SMport item is |MSt uLsiut 

m £aM the Mcifl tattiti^^ma 



Anmtea, Cana<ta. ^rauil, fmH 
to «^ «M HhmU. i 

is Hew Ywk 1^ w«tt to |^^ 

me sum psm»^^». ^NMb 

tte twikd ti^ kMNl on ^ 

Ome wffl IM koMM MM 
nost Ady 1^ hii^ mM^tii 
Guide of ^ Mmm in Ju^ 1M4. 
La Men i^ited-ttit at ti«lltai 
ae^&A lmii^b«tf Rafter hi 1^ 
book wiU be tfiMte^d to mm 
pMiam, «N«itiita| ngiKHil 

tt* ecKuairy mTk mof ^Mft 

ConfflMTce and te amrd irta^ 

puUieaAten. 

flf tttis ani^ilar toonor Itom Mr. 

tt0 Mn^icnj OBebjitMiMt cwi iK 
ittMH jt* Miielim iww» 

-. mlllaiifciifi jtt ijiiMitiiii 
Inb wBKUBKJ 01 ^MPS^ 

.._ Itfll MBRQINIA WBMM 
(HHDE, and jott have hem ^^ 
le^ltd to fteCOTB Ite MnM ti tta 
Aooa of A#. IIM. l!ie lilKiB 
ab^ here mik ite etmgratida- 
hoDs to you tt t piCtodtoH ^ 
ii^mmg tteiop ^ ft»ckii. ^eep 
up tlM good tMric-^m n^fce 41 
OUDIS ia Itotft JmmibA hcil 
UMibeait ^ l^«r tod stf^ 
to emaM$ yism suco^" 



Tetanus Deaths Unnecessary, 
Says AMft Health Official 



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pm'ffim m umrnsQmm im 
»im ^^ tQ ei^H frig «^fHi4 

wo— I "11 1 . II ■ i— — *— 



HOW MAHY CftUVgS CP^hOi^ 
pgOPUCe IH ft W>f£tiN£? 




gygW THE 8^r CDW6 RAREW 
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Despite the outpoaring of 
new "wonder" drugs, man's an- 
cient enemv, tetanus, has not 
yet succumbed lo a cure. 

Even so, death from tetanus, 
or "lockjaw" as it is commonly 
called, is "almost entirely un- 
necessary," says Raymond L. 
Whtte, M.D., Dhector of En- 
vironmental Medicine for the 
American Medical Association. 

"As a disease, tetanus is com- 
ipletely preventable," Dr. White 
noted. 'Tlie only reason it pe- 
sists is rimt pe<^e fail to get 
immunized, or fail to maintain 
their immunity. Chit (A sheet 
neglect, three-fourths of the 
people don't have the protection 
Uiey i^ed. 

"If it weren't for medicine's 
continual coni^m ovw the pel- 
sibilitv of tetanus— if practically 
^eiy time a {Aysician saw a 
wound he di^n t take pr&^a- 
tioos Agaimt tetanus— t^ dis- 
ease would rank much higher 
among human kittets." 

Tetanus is cni^ by a AtaHf 
poison emitted by certain bac- 
toia whidi contantifate c^tsAi 
types bf wounds— especially 
{w«:ttti« wocmds, <% woihm& 
with MiecUbd dM. 

The bacteria Hself cannot 
^nvive hmg emragh in the qpen 
air to infect wounds. But its 
s«d$ or spwes can. 

Tetanus spores are usually 
produced by bacteria growin| 
wi^ik tlw «ir«-fre« liitettirnl 
tracb ol mammals, incfudiog 
man. and Mk^ the grouirf In 
animal ntanure. Within the in- 
te^titt, bactWa cMse bo Tiatw 
to their host, other than to serve 
as factories far tte ]»odu^fen 
ti »p<^«s. 

Oncto to tt«e gteand the 
^>atH, ii i 4i6Ji' «e un^ected by 
m%.mik ^%ixm (Mat 4»- 




Punctur* wound* ara a common e«n« of tatanut. 



tances on tbe wind, can survive 
Idr m \an% as 11 ynof. B^i^ 
cultivated land, they are c6m- 
S)^^ found in hoasehoki dust 
imd die grime of city sbreets. 
Son«e Iwve ev«i been detected 
in hospital cqjerating rooms- 
tracked in on street ihoes. 

Tlie spores in some sections 
of the country are nearly •* 
coiwnon as dirt, and await only 
dw i%ht kiiri of w^MHid to start 
their chain <rf infeclion. 

Becauw «rf its peculiar nature, 
tetanus has never been a mass 
W11« Mce some Infeeticws dis- 
ea*i. If is, howe%'er, a vidoas 
Wrtiy, kilftig 60 per cent of 
ihoje it strikes. 

ftevelopinem of imhiunity 
against teta^ wyi ft Whfte, 



-three infections fouf weeks 
apart, fol^pd wity» six to 
twelve nwBJhs \>y a bortter dcMe. 
To maintain this pi^tectlon, 
additional bogtlnr mM are nec> 
^sary ev«ry four years. 

"Protet*iiwi," he »rfd, "shmdd 
begin early in We-*Mje to two 
months after Ibirth-for the 
sdrapes airf falls «f childhood 
otier teta^H many opportunities. 

"But *^lts lieed protectton 
too. With d»e new emphasis on 
ottdoor V^ng, with accident 
o> the tara^eajc and with the 
siore of tetanus in the dust and 
dirt all ^ftut la, we can only 
took forward to an increase in 
t^ d^l^ disease unless we 
n^« hi^m use (tf oi» «n»i 
soase, get Mmn^^ Mri fie^* 
irittnunigfA.* 





to myoM mai id- 
and ^fttiiM^ la 
to dt^i^ a flft^ 
Mar. n» oMiMt ccwer a itai^ 

wba(^ IwWc t^esi^st^ door Id 
4ocff iiliMr« aad enAictii^ 

Olh^ h^iUghts of tiie 
B»fy i^ imild be a 6a{ 
and ChiJUniMtm ceremony on 
vs^j ^mssm , and 'at t^T< . 
o'clock mm, a iHMte laetiA 
til fta jiNt, "Hie BMde m 
vss^ In a Scientific <Worid". 

ftal R. Ri^^^, a d^rict r#- 
yw^itive m Uie Watchtower #- 
<^L^ ft iK^ New Y^ 
flHSPMNers, inB eoBawx we 
«ftoal aad d^ver Ihe yuhl^ leo 




1^ ^IH K nuMtwM 



"In Mi^ rmmit a dub Ii M 
Cfl»l to hia iHM^f but m ipaarflf % 
tnet Iw la Ua Mp^lor. . . 



Than la aomatlmca oft«, hi h^ 
—m eiratdliniy Oat ttw of Aatbie- 
tion bctwcM wwrmmt aui. tamrnHk 
ii.iYi^t»i|nml, j^ a Ifoad aava mf 
punlttva MMiDt MU^i fcava ovc0> 
toiiM of wvwmgt, amoiq^ wao 
adi MM ' 
ay eat to yiili 
llMiiii 




wMfA ilnliiiilihia iHtt d«ity b«^ 
twecB tta mbA to eutdaa Mnh^ 
n«it wkm mmmtwi , aa« Mm km 
mM» 4*Aet to oact mrMfa. 

MABTAS FUNEIUL HOME 

ISlh & Baltic Ava. Hiona C^A ft-ClZt 



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Call: 
tff Night 



— MMMng Ihi 
iM-gest Qty 
toi the 
United StatM 



cxmi 



Heating OIL 



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Cdrt^ifNiadenii 



Mrs. Rita Vellines 



Mrs. Doris Padrick 



464-1229 Bayside 

OMMpiike leodi 

341-1978 King's <5rant . 

Pioewood G^^ns 
Mmn Park 



Mrs. Peggy Hol^fid 4M-^^3 ^y Colony -♦ 

LInkhorn Park 
f*t# ^ginii Beach 

Mrs. Edward Tlpi^ 341-3674 Thalia 

0t) a.m.-4 pJPh.) Btirdhwood G*tJens 
MaAbu 



Mr*, l^y J<^witen 341-4942 ClMa^«ian usfony 
(afWr fi p.m. Mw»a Anr* Plaza 



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NEW TREADS 



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12^0NTH 
RiMNi Hazard 

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(WITH TNADE-IN 

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7.50x14 6.70x!5 

8.00x?4 7.10x15 

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FRONT END 
ALKiNMENT 




1. Cflvrt^ Catftr 

• vOfffVCT MUIIIMN 

3. CorractTMNbi 




" . Prticiticm At^nnwnt on 
Our VittMlinar. 




BRAKE 
ADJUSTMENT 

$|l9 




On all 4 wIimIs. \ 
Add fluid if 
needed, cImh Ind 
repack frsitf 
wheel b#arin«. 



BRAKES 
RELINED 



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95 

f€mo 



cwv. 

Hrm. 

or»im* •i.ioHTLY 

HtSHCn 




IW ^^^» ■•p' ^^w^w»y 



'l owded Ipifce Umi^ 



7ire$tone 



i772Va. Seach 



«] 314 Si 



6825 MMir|p 
ft^iwy. 



OfiiiA VA. BEACH NORFOU 



tma%, en ^ tth d«y ei Sip- 

mm xm mMMAim, mmmtt, 

DefeMmt. 
O^DIR & nALICATION 

tl^ #}ect €| itm miit ii to 
ototi^ a (fivoree A Uenu et 
!%>«» to te W*r merfgd tato a 

grounds of ^aertkm. 

Ami tn affidavit i»vink i^n 
m«l6 antf Mr! tt* ^i drfentort 
m a noaMKflkteat el ttie KAte <rf 
Vtt^liaU ,^ MpC kmwn aaft^iB 
bdB^: 1M2 PJopA Sheridan 
Drive, North iBend, Or^m. 

Not TOwdent of tte Sfci^ of 
Virginia, it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten <10) days 
after due pubUcation feeof , and 
do What m^ t« necessary to pro- 
te^ l»r iBtM^sl in this suit. 
A tuw Tiiti" 
JO*®} V. FETURB^, Cterk 
BY: M«y M. Wlte, D.C. 
Biydi^ & Broyles, p.q. 
13B9 I^etinRoid 
Virgil* Beach, Virghua 



rir 



TRUSTgE'S SALE 

tHirsutirt to ifte terms of a cer- 
tain d^d of trust by «»1 between 
Join J. ^rke and LcAa iM. Burte, 
to W. Bbe^bwA Ofewfy, Jr., 
Trusts, dat«l lUie Mto day of 
March, 195», «ad <fci^ of ncord 
in the Clerk's Office of the Cly 
of Virginia Beach, Vii^na, m 
De«i Book SBO, Page 111, and 
^^^ havi^ iMen n»de in the 
pa^ineirt c* «ift* terared thenrtjy, 
at the reqimt of t3& creditor, the 
iiERlen^aed 'ftitatee will proc^d 
to seffl M Prtdic Auction on Wed- 
n^toy, October », 1963, at 10:00 
a ja. ai the front steps of th^ 
c(»rthouae of the Circuit Court 
of me Ctty of Vir^nia Beac^i, 
Vii^lnia, tlie tdH&w'mg described 
property: 

All thow <»rtain lots, pieces or 
paw^ of iand, lying, situate and 
being in <toe City of Vii^na 
B^ch, Vfeti^. taKwn, num- 
bered and rfes^rwted m lx)ts 
Twelve <12) awl Fourte^ (14) m 
Block Twenty-four <24), on the 
pM entWed "M^ of Shadown 
I^wn He^Ws", nwde tty John M. 
Mdvte, C. E., and cM^ r^x^ded 
in the Clerk's Offk» of ttie Cir- 
aiit Court <rf tl» CMy of Virfinia 
Beach, Vhtgma (ft)rmerly Prin- 
ces Anm County, Vii^nia) on 
the 2«h day of May, 1924; refer- 
&»x to sdd Map bmng hereby 
made for a more partiailar de- 
apiption of said land; and all ap- 
I«irtenanoM thereon or beloi^g 
thereunto, 

A cash deposit of Tw«rHundr«i 
Fifty Dollars <$2M) will be re- 
o^imi at ^e date of sale. Itw 
terms will require that settlemewt 
be made «thereon within Ten (10) 
days from the date of i«le. 

W. Stepherd Drewry, *. 
Trustee • 

10^— 4 TV 



CommonwMlth of Virginia, In 
Mm Clerk't Office of tlio CircuH 
Court of the CHy of Virginia 
Beadi, on the 10th day of Sop- 
ten^r, 1963. 
Helen Leary Woods, Mantiff 

againit 
J. S. L«ai7, Principal Defendant 
and William N. 'Leary and 
mvW L«ffy, Co-Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain an attiwhment of ceitain 
r^ ft^ate, vconveywi to the Co- 
Defendants in the City of Virginia 
Beach, namely as foUows: a cer- 
tain tract of land in Lymihav^ 
Boroigh on ti»e &>uthem line of 
Laskin Rcmd East of the interac- 
tion of said Laskin Road with tJ» 
Bi^em line of Bird Neck Road, 
»id line containing 2.11 acTM 
and being known as Route 10, 
Box 83, and to sell said redl estate 
or so much thereof as may be 
necessary to satisfy the claim of 
the PkinUff for a |«6,520.20 
debt, owed by the Prijicipal De- 
fendant. 

And an afficbvtt having been 
nuide and ffl^ that tlie defend-, 
ants are non resdents of the State 
of Virginia, tl^ir lart known |x»t 
office srfdress being: 112 McGlo- 
hon Str^tj Mioskie, N.C. 

It is ordered that they do ap- 
pear iMW within ten (10> days 
after due pubUration hereof, and 
do wtart nmy le necessary to 
proted tl»ir into«st in this suit. 




»rU.S. 

SAVINGS 
ONDS 



• UQAlNOnOI 



A Cwy Tvrte: 

Km V. rmmiBS, a©* 
Nw»*d T. iMm, m, ^q. 

^OS Padbc Av^nw 

Vlf^nia fiMdi, %. 9-174TU 

Own mon^ a ^ ^ V||^{i^ In 
4ie CleiVi Omee of #m CiicuH 
Cowl <rf the Ofy # Vli^nli 
BMdir (hi ll« ^ 4a^ of ^ 

MAGNlis H. \Wt^Lte, SR,, 

Pkhitiff, 

fmijY G. WHia.ra, 

Defendant. 
ORDIR OP PUBLICATWm 

The dl^ of this wX li to 
oMain a divorce a vinMdo liatri- 
monli from the laid Alfenfl^ 
upoD t}^ grounds of 3 yeari aep- 
aration. 

And an affi^iwjt h«v^ teen 
made and filed tluyt the def^ldant 
is a non-resident of the i^ale of 
Virginia, the mt kSOWft fBt$ of- 
fice address being: (Red Sc^bre, 
fforth Carolina. 

It is ordered that ahe do appear 
here w^in ten (10) days af to* 
due > pirt>ft»tk>n hen^, and do 
what may be ne<^sary to pvotect 
her into«st in tiiis iuK. 

JtMfflNf V. fSJT^ESS, Qerk, 
BYi Mary M. White, D.€. 

^^^ k IBroj^k, j^.q. 

1309 Lattln Road 

V^nia Beadi, Virgink 

ft'104TU 



C«Mkon«Mtltfi ^ Vilj^ni^ In 
Mil Ctwifl Office of Mm Cfrcuit 
Cawrt of the City of Virginia 
M4Kh, on the 17th day of Sep- 

raarTHA HMS^R, Plamtiff, 

against 
OaiOY T. HAiRPiai. Defendant. 
ORI^R Off PUBLICATION 

Hie object of this suit is to ob- 
imn a div<nt% A Vinculo Matri- 
monfl, from ^e sakt defendant, 
Upon tiie grounds of three (3) 
yean separation. 

Aai an affkfiivit having been 
made and filed tl»t the dekaoAand 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the la^ known post, of- 
fice addrew being: New York 
City, New York. 

It is ordered that he do appear 
here wiQiin t^ <1(K c^yi cfier 
due publication hereof, emd do 
what may be nece^ary to protect 
his interest in this sat 
A wpy ■ Tories 
JOHN V. flKTRESS, Clerk. 
BY: Afary M. White, DX:. 
Brydges & Broyles« p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VirginiA 

9-19-4T 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 Special NoHcet 



LEARN FOLK-STYLE BANJO 
Qualified tutor with professional 
background will teach you to 
play the trsditionj^ 5 ^ing 
banjo. Moantam, FdUc and 
Bluegrass styles taught. AIm 
Folk Guitw. 428-9168. 



11 Trentportation 



A and P DRIVEWAYS, INC.— We 
win deliver your car to or from 
any dty. Bonded drivers. Cars 
avaflable to responsible parties 
to drive to W«t Coast and &m 
Antonio. Call 625-(^04. 



12 Lost-Found 



LOST— Golden 'Retriever named 
"Old Man", male, 80 pounds. 
No collar,, no ia^. Last seen 
Cape Colony Club h&xb. Re- 
ward. GAfr^440. 

AUTOMOTIVE 



20 Autemebilee Per Sale 



FOR SALE 1963 TRiUIMPH TR4 
Like new condition. Sacrifice. 
Call Mr. Maddox at 4281242 
for f urth^ inf (omation 



MERCimV - im Montdalr, 4- 
door hardtop sedan. R^iio and 
heater. Ex(^eirt condition. 
GA 8-7604. $300. 



MERCimY— 1957 tvwHloor har4 
top. Radio, Iteater, power steer- 
ing, power Inakes azKl power 
windows. In excelleirt ccHtdi- 
tioB. Mart be s^ to be apfve- 
cMed. Priced for cfui^ sde at 
1600. Gall GA 8.2401. 



VOLIffiWAGEN — 62, VkA m- 
dan, white sidewa^ WKflo, Imv 
mileage, M^toit condition. 
Bank finw^ag. GA 8-^B6. 

21 Tni^ Pm Sale ^ 



miKTK— liM VMd m p«M. 
Fair c(m«tim SM^ 4i»#il|k 



BtBlN^ii^K^ ' 



VACUUM CLEAN^S— Hoover, 
Sales ami teannm. Pn^ ^ 
fiomt te^Him Px* 
c^veiy. f^ 



Fuel fmi 




fop- 



\ririlni« fe*#i aUN-NEWS, Tu€rfey, Oftibwr 1, f963 



^00 5 




428.240f Ptm m^MEDIATE ACTION 



BUSINESS SQ^VICES 



31 >toiWlii|h-^tnM^i«f" 



mW AND Rffi>AIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 
Electrical — Air Ckmditionlng 

PBIffK^SS ANhX PIAJ1[BK4G 

Am nMjmKAL 
sun^L^is, mc. 

Phone 426-2660 



32 DrtMflMking — Sewing 



ALTESATIOPB— AD types. Out- 
Jride jobs accepted. Cidl Mrs. 
Ki^ M B^som GA 8^61 or 
C(»ne in 317 LaAln Rd., Vir- 
#tta Beftcb. 



EMPLOYA^INT 



40 Help Wanted— Nmale 



S^C^ST^Y— to t:;pe from Dk- 
liq>hoDe, ^n|de bookkeepii^ 
sod filing. Nmfe to <Nte in a 
dowMown Beach anall office, 
five days w<eeldy. Cafl at 210 
Vm Si <a pteme %«tt« GA 
S0728. 



^ >fa^ Wjwted^iUle er Fewel e 

FRES^RS — Mide or female. 
Wool. Must be experknced. 
Both regular and part time 
>wwk. Apply Atlantic Cleaners, 
207 21st St. 



43 Pesitien Waiite<»— Female 



BABYSnT0R-4iSKly would like 
babysitting • by day or ni^. 
341-5467. 



BABYSmWG— Wairt 4 year old 
boy to keep for workii^ mo^- 



L^<CSTOCK-PETS 



70 Degs— Ca#»--Other Pets 



DACHSHUND — 12 weeks <dd, 
champion sired Ai^ regis- 
tered. Shots. Blade and tan 
males. 4644445. 

MERCHANDISE 



90 Articiet For Sale 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— 122.88 
compli^ly installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four lines 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Supply, Inc. 



mfffiiiu waw 



19i ReMMl WMMf iMrd 



Md ^^ing room for rent to 

prlvl^M If dMnsd. tm lk>- 
Om faifonnMoa, esB GA S-7704 
qNe- 6 pm. «id iffl day Satm- 
4tf and Sanday. 



flO ApertRMftta UnfvrnldNMl 



^asA St., 410— Upper rear apcrt- 
meM. Bedroom, bath, living 
room-dining room combination, 
kitehen, electric stove, refrig- 
ers^or, hot wi^er beater Water 
funiished.> CaU GA 8-2724. 



RENTAL WEAL ESTAT5 



111 AparftMnta FumldMcl 



92ND STRICT, 114 — Winter 
rates or year round. 3 bed- 
roooB, weH heated, ^tractive, 
first floor, fenced-in yard. GA 
8-2712 or GA 8-1853. 

161b ^reet — 2bedroom s^un- 
hMted. SuitiiA]fe for 2 (»upl». 
Reasonable. Also 24th ^. 1 or 
Z-bedroom apaitment for yearly 
rentid. Reasomble* GA 84N41 
or MA 2-1286. ^ 



64tb Sb-e^ 216 — 2-bedroom un- 
furnished, modem with stove 
and refirigerator, scre^ed4n 
porch. HK>ne GA 8^150. 



Ill Apertmenft Famished 



1306 BALTIC AVE.— 2 bedroom 
furnished apaitmeirt induding 
aM utilMies, use of «to«iatic 
washing mediii^. YMrly rental 
fllO. Phone GA 84623. 



FOLLY RANCH. 1400-17th St., 
clean, modem rooms, effici- 
encies. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ments. Rea^nable weekly, 
monthly, or umual rates. 



FURNISHED or UNFURNISHip 
—2 bedrooms,, living room, 
dining room; Water fumi^ied. 
$90 a month, yearly i%ntal. 
GA 8-3880 or 855-1947. 



NORTH END — Completely fur- 
nished, 3-bedroom bouse. Heat 
and water fomishwi. $135 
nwnthly. GA 8-7453. 



2-bedroom furnished apartaoent, 
Awnstairs. Wart«r furnished. 
ReasoniA)le rent. CM Uxs. W. 
B. I^msden at 428-2256. 



ESSEX HOUSE MOTEL — 16th 
and Oceanfront. Rooms with 
and without b^yth, $10 and 
S12.50 weekly. Comfort^riOly 
fumisbed. GA 8-9467. 



COMRLETli: 16M MOVIE OUT- 
FIT-HKo&k camera, projector, 
and scr^n. Many extras. Sacri- 
fice. Used bar and 4 stools, An- 
tiques bougUt anc sold. ALAD- 
DAN'S LAP? ANTIQUES, 340- 
8000. 



HEATER — Hot water, electric, 
upri^t, 30 gals. 2 yis. old |40. 
428-3113. 



ONE UPRIGHT PIANO — Excel- 
lent condition, Antique cherry 
drc^leaf taMe. Antique curly 
mqtle' chest and nurror. An- 
tique Iwe seat. Set of Genmn 
china. For location, c^ 
GA 8-8430. 



93 Heueoiield Oeods 



APPLIANCES— 'Barpins in good 
used refrigerators, freezers, 
ran^s, washiiig n^Kdiines, diy- 
exn. Terttis to suit. Hirtz Bazaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088. 



DISHWASHER and sink conAina- 
tton $50. T^les: Drop^af an- 
tiqi« reproduction $125., Large 
round, 6 leaves $60., Gate-leg 
w^ 4 chairs $35. Ironer $45. 
GA 8^922. 



Fianitun of all kinds upholster^ 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
r^era^ie pric^. AutomoMe 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers an custiwi nmde and fitted. 
MUtop U^<dstertaig Co., 1000 
Vii^ttia Bach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used furniture. 



mAB— 9xtt linolaun for every 
rs^m )h ^e house. $4.95 cash 
m carry (oo dealers). Walsh 
furniture, I71b k Baltic. 



30th Street — COTuptetdy fur- 
nished, modern apartments. 
Heat and water indued. 2 bed- 
rooms — $115 per mofith. 1- 
ibedro(»n — $65 per nK>nth. 
GA 8-7453. 



29th :^re«t — Efficiency apart- 
ment, ^itaMe for couple or 
lady. ConvnueM to all ;^or^. 1 
bkick from h&tch. $65 iBonth 
induding ut&ties. 4£%-a790. 



Bachelor Apai^mei^. AU utilMies 
induded. Ceirtrally located. $75 
year round rented. GAS-^M 
or 855-1947. 



1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartoients. 
Fumiriied a n.d unfiimMed. 
Monthly and yearly rertals. 
Cooper Eea^, 20S 19th StreeL 
Office 4^1330, niibK 428 
6883. 



115 Houses— Furnished 



SMALL FURNiaiBD COTTAiGi:. 
Couple or working person. 
$40.00 a month. CaU 3400328. 



117 Wanted To Rent 



We need 2, 3 and 4 bedroom 
homes and apartments. Two of- 
fices with 4 full time rental 
agei^ to serve y<w. Call Mrs. 
Olah at tihie 

NEW BEACH OWUCE 

4284110, nights 4200413 

LARASM^ REALTY CORP. 

REAL ESTATE FOR S^MJB 



REAL ESTATE fOR SALE 

124 Houses For Sale 

NEW DUPUEX^ — Gatewood 
Park. Low maintenance. AttnK^ 
Uve wooded lots. Priced to sell 
quick. 



600 THAIUA POEMT iRD— House 
for sale. Beautiful corner lot. 
Boetiiq; r^ts. DeHart CCA- 
^ruction Corporation 3400311, 
3400591, 340^790. 



128 Real Estate Wanted 



IM with y«tr neighbor for per- 
sonal service. We need homes, 
lots, acreage, snail farms, du- 
plexes. We take trade-ins, also 
purchase equities. JU 8-5431, 
nights 428-2164. 

Letha Fondren 
WALKER REALTY, INC. 

Clients wxttHig. W« need list- 
ings. Two offices with 20 sales- 
men. M^nber MLS. CM Rolaiui 
Hyde at our 

imW BEACH OPFKE 
4204110. nighte 428-1490 
REALTY COia». 



AARASAI^ 
121-A Listim 



124 Houses For Sale 



BAY COLONY— Lovely 3 bed- 
room, 2 bath Ixmw on 100' x 
190' comer ki Bnck vei»er, 
oil heat, oMi bedroom ur-con- 
ditioi^. kuoedute poss^on. 
Financing available. Owner. 
Call GA 0^2401 days and GA 
8^01 afiw 5:30 p.m. 



RUDEE MOTEL APAXlMmTS 
1, 2 be^?oom effidendes com- 
pletely fumis^. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can fumi^ ev- 
erything but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA8-8W0, GA 
8-9701. 



LARGE 3 rooms and bath, l»at, 
li^b^, and hot wsrter induded. 
Couple. $07.50. Call GA 00647 
after 7 p.m. or eM day Sundi^ 
and Mon(ky. 

Furnished pnd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytima. 

MTH STREET, 317—2 l*edroom 
apts. Heat, hot and cold witer 
furnished. Call GA 8-1890. 

Located in the heart of ihe beach. 
Reasonable, yearly. GA 8-6713. 



Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
206-19th Street Effidenc^ 
apartments. All utilities fiur- 
nished. Also, 4-room ai»rt- 

* ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or ntonUL 



r y JEW I TP « E-Mattress and 
tfittg^ kMln, desfes, chairs, 
taUes, chests. All very reason- 
Mb, Hirtz Bazaar at Oceana. 
9 to 9. GA 8-7088. 



WPTTAL te^L BTATE 



101 



WittMMit Board 



^&e g t epia g room mr reiH to 
^te^ wwkmg la#. For fur- 
ter itonnafion can GA 8-7704 



1-2-3 room apartments. $75-0125 
month. Utilities furnished, ^n 
Tide Motel. Dial 43M-1828. 

CLASSIFIED DI^^Y 
MERCHAlsPISE 



CLASSIHED D«>UY 
AUCTIONS 



Maury Riqanfo Aiictio 



12t-A Listings Wanted 

Results — Action — buying or sell- 
ing. Free valuj^oo. We know 
the Be»:h. list with us. CaM 
KH McKnight at <Hjr 
NEW BEACH OFFKE 
4284110, nights 428-7382 
LAJRASAiN REALTY CORP. 

OASSWED DK>UY ~" 
MERCHAI^RE 
Ask Your Eye Phyiidon AkdM 

TRAYLOirS 

Vftr^Mo •Mcfc*0«Nly 

GUILD OPnCMK 
1369 Laskin Reed, Va. foech 

Bsnari H. McN«Min» Mp. 
6AfdaiS4i» 



MAktHA HiKZm 

VIRGMIA MUCH, VA. 

Gifts For Any Occasion 

Antiques, Accessories 

6€CORA"fOR CONSULTANT 



RNANCIAL 



HOME OWNERS 

Redtac* Year Bflb 

One Meeliiy PeyiBeet 



ito Tsa. 



xwrnsr 

$2000 
3000 



$22.22 
33.32 



is TBS. 

raaa ho. 
25.32 



lie Unt a^ Secoid 

WBtf^td^^^^M tf ■■■i3 II ■■ 

MA 2-981« — 24 hovs 



2ND AMDRTCACES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA «.742l ANYTWV^ 



RIlMAfiE SALE 

:lothing and fwrniture 
whatnots 

2303 Pactfk Afiuc 



»«TRU€TK>S 



PROMPT HOA\E FINANCWG 
HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 

ANO LOAN ASSOCIATION 
TOO sousH rriiiCT • norpm.k 

•0*4 VIROINIA BKACH BLVOl. 
AT THOHA* COANCII 



REAL ESTATE 



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3T3-35rtiSfWir 



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yMLUAM MIII^BfiVft 

JU74M66 •> mi^wrv 



BAY BLAND 

Tidewat^s Bned AU 

WaterfrMit Community 

Lots FOR SAIE 

BAY KLAND 

REAL EOTATE CO. 

l«#Mi $Ai-9192 



M44(B1 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

ffmt Re^ And Gutterai Virgmik 
Beach Far The Paa U Ytm 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



iS 



Repairs 

Cmnmercial 

and 

Househokl 
lefrigeralMfi 



for Wi 



W. C. JOHNSON 

322 • 17th SlTMl 



AmcGA 2-4471 




ADAMS BROS. 
PLUMBING CORF. 

'Swtfe« Virttaia Bcack itaeea ItST 

Plumbing and Heating 
Npair servi-e and supplies 

v/arm air duct heating 
Chrysler Air Conditionlrig 

WCmSWt TBRMS AS OBMRU 
Wt SEtVTCe I^UAT WE 8B4 

41ft.17fh St. - GAB473I 

Virvmie RMrk 



PERSORREL CONSIATANTS, INC. 

"NORFOLK'S OLDEST" 

411 LAW BUILDIKO— 147 GRANBY ST. 

3253 Ve Midi BNd. Mk«w Arm Phni-341.2J2S 

308 AfaaMe Ten^ Bld|.— 1» 33mI ^ T^ffpoit Ifovs 

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Vl^nlf mmh SyN-NEWS, Tu«<lfy, Odp^ 1, 1963 

TV SCHEDULE 



^«-4rrAR.TV ( S) 

NSC— WAVY-TV (W) 

A»C-<¥VEC-TV (13) 

TlMRl^ end WMlncMlay 
ftlORMINO 

T OO ( S>— SynrMe Semmtw 

iia>— rtT».r»U.^ Alph»h« 
f [» CIO) — ^daj'i Weatbfr 
tarn < S>_f W Report. 

(!•>— »nd»r 

ei3) — Ttmotky 'Hi* Tona^a 
7:S6 ( S» — Ainmn»c 
t AO ( «>— Mah«li« JackBoa 
Tt«k ( S) — Uli Jb Him Bm* 
*^ f tt— lt«w« 
•l(§ « SI — Tavtala CuBrafoe 
•tWII rmi — Tprtay I^ tM^wbH" 

tM t 3>— BoBoii Cwloon Tlw'atre 
(lOJ — Rirbway Patrol 
, _«l»t — Aiiie LcYin 

• :16 ri3> — Movie 
*:86 ( ai— Burns and Allen 
»tmt UOt — The ftwi 9( GroDcbA 
(ink — AHpt B Aroi>n<i Tdwii 
t^M (13) — Morntnir Movis 
§:■» ( S) — Dr. Whl««hiir.t 
Mi»0 ( a>— CBB Morahtc 
Mtke Wallace 
(tM— tey WlMB 
MiM (!•)— KBC N««« 
M:M ( il>— I Lov* t,«<v 

U«— Play Tour 
lilt* ( ») — The UrCn^ 
(10> — Concentration 
, (13)— Prire la Birht 
ll:to ( 3) — Pete ft Otadya 
(10)— KfaMOK tanks 
(I3)-'4*VMi Keya 



AFTERNOON 

1S40 ( SV— Lo¥« of UU 

<10) — ^Tew Fint Impreaeioli 
< t»>— 'yw» a ><iie » Bmia r<wd 
|S:M ( 3)— CMI N«wa 
tS:M ( 3) — SiaM^ For Tomorrow 
( M>~tFtttk or (JonaegaaoeM 
(IW— TaOMf Knowi 'Jeat 
MiM < S>-W!%« Snldter Uik* 
UiW <M>— iraC Ifowa B«p«t 
liM ( S>— MOflKd Alexander Sko« 
wlAi Aihn WwBtnr 
a«— natta* ror DoUan 
Ci3i — General ^Mpital 
l-.SS (10) — W«*ther 



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MM — rMain- •>« neQaM 
(13)— Lo»e tbrn Bob 
(I0» — New* 
( a>— J^iBWord 
( 10) — Petiple Will Taft 
(13) — Anil Southera 
(10) — NBC News 
( 3) — HotiM Party 
(ltl»— -The DofKim 
(13) — Day In Court 
(13) — Li»» How«d Newa 
( 8) — "I^ Tell Uie Truth 
'!•> — Lctretta Touni: Show 
(in) — Oiieen For * Da* 
) .1) — Dntiflan Rdvanla 
( 3) — fidlre o{ NIrht 
(10' — You Dou't Say 
113) — Who Da ¥oa TViie" 



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•MfuoD 'Htoog -•HDf 



TUESDAY EVENING 

♦ ;0n ( 3) — Sprrrt Storm 

( 1 01 — The Match Oame 

I 1,11 — Traihuttnter 
4 •;r) ( 10) — NBC News 
4;.t(» (10> — Fl.vini- Doctor 

(10) — Make Room (or Dadd; 

(13» — Dlwovery 
4-55 (13) — Mifkey Monoe CIiiD 
5:00 ( 3) — Newd at Five- -Ray Shoniie 

no) — Poopileik Psppy'p Club Ahoy 
5:06 ( 3) — l>r. Whllehunit Reporla 
5:10 ( 3) — Follow The Stin 
5:30 (10) — Quick Draw MoOraW 
6:00 (10) — News at 9Jx 
0:05 (13) — Harry Dorgette 
6:10 ( 3) — Soortu Roundup 

6:16 ( 3)^~TV Reporter 

(13) — Ron Corhrana 
6:85 ( 3) — Weatherman 
8:30 ( 3) — CBS Hews 

(10) — Htinllejr.Brinkler Report 

(13) — Sea Hunt 
6:46 (10) — mintley-Brinkley Report 

7:00 ( 3) — The Saint 
( 10) — KiflennM 
(13) — M-Somad 
7:30 (10) — Mr. Novak 

( 13) — Esakay 
8:00 ( 3) — Red Skelton Hour 
8:30 ( 3) — Talent 8(«uta 
( tO) — RediKo 
(13) — ^Billy Sniham 
9:00 ( 3) — Petticoat Junction 

(10) — Ri«-hard Boone 
»:1S (13) — ^Movie 
0:30 ( 8) — Jack Benny Profnim 
(10) — Dick Powell 1%eatra 
( 1 Sh — Un toach ablaa 
I0:00.( 3) — (Jarry Moore Wiow 
(10) — Andy Will»ani» 
(13) — Tocvt on An!eri(« 
11:00 ( 3) — 11th Hour Final 
I in) — «!leT«n O"^""' 
(13)— Murphy Martin 
lltlO ( S) — 11th Hour Weattw 

(13) — ^BlU Bnxtr 
11:18 ( 3) — ^Stera Allen Show 

ftm — w»mt«< 
ll:»0 ( 3) — ^Dr. Whit<4itirtt Reporta 

(10) — Boorlg 
11:25 ( 3) — Movia Tlni« 
lli«7 nS) — Thaatra la 



Report 



WEDNESDAY EVENING 

4HM> ( 8) — 9e(9«t m^rm 

(10)— "Oie Mafch Oama 

(13) — Trallnaater 
4:S5 (10) — NBC NeWi 
4:30 ( S>— Reecna 8 

(10)— JIake Boom tar Daddy 

(13) — DtaooTBTT 
4:58 (13) — ^Mi«k«r Moaie Oub 
6:90 ( 3) — Mewa •* Fire 

(10V~Pa«pd«<A IHHWr*! Cnvb Altoy 
8:08 ( 3) — Dr.. tnatckmit B^erte 
8:10 ( 8) — MoB^ Bote 
5:30 (10) — Super Car 
8:00 (10) — Hewa at Stat 
6:05 (13) — Harry Donretta 
8:10 ( 3) — fportt Roondia* 
8:18 ( 8) — ^TV Rt^orter 

(13) — Ron Cot^raaa 
6:25 ( 3) — Weatheiroan 
9:30 ( 8) — CBS News 

( 10)— SuBtter-BHakle^ 

(13) — 9t» Bunt 
7:00 ( 3) — nocrapkr 

(18) — Arthur Smith Sho^ 

(13) — DnMrtwt 
7:30 { 3) — CBS Beporta 

(10) — 1*e VlnrtnlMl 

(13>-'--Wair«Ni 9raia 
■8:30 ( 3) — Olwnlt 

(13) — «Ur Qnt^m 
8:00 ( 3) — 4e^ly BmMIMg* 

(10) — ^Kraft Xratary Theatra 
0:15 (13) — ^Movie 
9:30 ( 3) — Wok Van Byka Show 

(18) — Oar Man 1B»ren" 
18;00 ( 3) — ^I^uay K^a Show 

(10) — ^Ele»-enth Hoar 

»tS) — Naked nW 
11:00 { 3) — llOi Hour Final 

!»•» — FNmw O'no"* " 

( 13) — ^Murpky , Martin 
11:10 ( 3) — ^llth Hour Weathw 

(13)— »n Brady 
11:16 ( 3) — 8te*« AJten ffltow 

(IS) — l4>mt Tf<'w»'%«»»h«r- 
11:80 ( 3) — Vr. ^mitehiwat Eeporta 

(U) — •p«rt« 
11:85 ( 8> — ^Movie TUna 

(IN) — Theatre »^ 
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12 High cards 

13 UmsusI 
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26 Gnimble 
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31 TUlBgs 

32 IHeased 

33 Jiellow 

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41 IKringidace 

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44 Coy 

45 Engages 

47 "IPSO "..^' 

48 Fhirious 

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57 Snail chilo 

58 Medical 
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Vatican Organist 




Fernando Gennani, former Vait- 
ican organist, will present a reci- 
tal Thursday at 8:30 pjn. at Christ 
and St. Luke's Chur(ii in Norfolk. 



World Series 
On WAVY-^TV 



All Wortd Serfes games will be 
be televised in color for the fifth 
^aigM year when the NBC Tele- 
vision Network and WAVYtTV- 
C^iaimel 10, cowrs baseball's rM 
dmsic — ^tbe nation's nun>ber one 
iqx>i^ attractiiMi— starting Wed- 
nesday, Ootdser 2. 

The 60tih World Series will 
open in ihe Yankee Stadium, 
Iwrne park of the New Yortt Yan- 
kees, who have clinched flieir 
fourth consecutiw American 
League pennant— ^iieir 28th in 42 
years, and 13th in the last 15 
years. 

The Series shifts after two 
g^nes to tiie park of the Nati(»id 
League pennant-winner— <Los An- 
gela' Dodger Stadium.) 

Store is tiie schedide of t^e- 
caib for the 60Ui World Series as 
announced i^ NiKI-TV Sp<»t8: 

Wednesday, Oct. 2— at Yaidcee 
!%idnun, 11:45 ajn. 

•niursdtay, Oct. 9—4* YaiAee 
Stadiwn, 11:^ am. 

Friday, Oct. 4— Open (Pate For 
Travd. 

Saturday, Od. 5 — at Dodger 
Vadium, 2M pjn. 

Sunday, Oct. 6-^t Dodger Sia- 
cHum, 2:^ pjn. 

♦Monday, Od. 7— at Do^r 
Stadium, 2:45 p.m. 

♦Tuesday, Oct. &-Open Date 
For Travel. 

♦Wednes(tey. Oct. 9--at Yan- 
kee Stadium, 11:45 ajn. 

* Thursday, Oct. 10— at Yankee 
Stadium, 11:45 ajn. 

♦Games to be pk^ed if nec- 
esary. 

AH Series games will be ine- 
ceded by "World Series Spot- 
light". Air thne for this program 
will be at 11:30 ajn. for all New 
York games and 2:30 pin. for the 
games that will be played in Los 
Angeles. 



Vern Jones To 
VPI Bureeu 



PO^KJMOUTW — Vern Jon^, 
news director for WAVY Radio 
and WAVY-TV, has resigned his 
position with Tidewater Telera- 
<Mo, Inc. to accept the port of bu- 
reau chief for United Press Inter- 
iKitional in Washin^on, D. C. His 
new position is effective today. * 

In his new asagnment Jones 
wiH head the UPI bureau that is 
responsible for covera^ of the 
White House, Capitol Hill and 
other federal ^vermnent affairs 
in the nation's capUol. Tlie Waah- 
in^on office mil aito co«pw m- 
tionallv important stories ^^akmg 
the Mid-Atlantic seaboard. In ad- 
dition to co\«ring news evei^ 
the bureau will also hawMe ttie 
distribution of newsfEm in tlw 
United States and to oversejM 
points. 

Jon«. a veteran news bro«t 
caMer for more than ten yeara. 
iodned tte WAVY neura Maff in 
1^9 as a radio and TV newsnan 
ami was naoned to the p(^ of 
news dirertor in 1960. Prior to his 
association with WAVY l» wm 
news director at WHYN. Sorii^- 
fidd, 1b^. Ife n a meafy& ci 
SiCTna Ddta CM, profeMOMi 
iouiDrilsR) sodety; Natiaid Pre* 
HKyto^raoliers AsKxIi^m a^ to 
May <rf this y^r <wss elected see- 
ond Vice ^em^etA of tte UK 
BroiMleaito? of Vtif^a^. 

He rendes wMh Us wife waSi 
dni^iler at t^Ivsn B^di, Btf' 



Concert Series 
Dates Listed 

WIIHAM^URG— Tlie Khed. 

ule for the 1963-64 Wittiam and 
Mary a>ncert series to be held in 
Williamsburg has been an- 
nounced. 
It includes: 

. OetobM'29 

Opening the series fe Grace 
Bumby, the twenty-six ye^r old 
Mezzo«)prano from St. Louis. 
Making her .Ameriom debut at 
the White House in January, 
1^2, she has won unanimous ac- 
claim in a coast to-c(»st tour for 
her ftawlcK technique, remark- 
able range, and dramatic stage 
presence. 

Neven^r 22 

John Browning's Piano r»;Ual 
will precede his appearance as so- 
loist with the Richmond Sym- 
phony hy ^ree days. Tt» twraity- 
eight year oW American has won 
every major musical competition 
in ttw Unit^ States and Wertem 
Europe. He was recognized as one 
of the foremost virtuosi of wIm^ 
Life Magazine called "The Take- 
over Generation" last September. 

Fabruaiy 14 

The first fuU-fledged baMet 
company to appear on ttie stage 
of Phi Beta Kappa Hall win be 
seen on February 14, 1964, with 
the arrival of the National Bedlet 
ot Cai^da, one of the three lead- 
ing tnxipes in the Western World. 
E^blidted in 1951, tMjs interna- 
tionally acclaimed compai^ of 
eighty dancers and musicians will 
perform a in*ogram chosen f rwn 
a wide repertoire of works Ity 
classic and modem choreogra- 
phers. 

March 20 

Performing in March wiU be 
the fine Arts Quartet, a«laimed 
for both etoquent playing and 
un^ of musicti purp(»e, which 
has been chosen by the State De- 
partment for the third comecu- 
tive ycffl" as <M»e of the United 
States "musical anftassador" 
groups to tour Europe and the 
^viet Union. 

April 10 

The finaf event of the series, 
unavailable on sutecription with- 
(Mit the otbei^ is a ^m concert 
by the Clarlte Byrd Trio, The 
d^eical guitariM and his trio will 
play musdc from the Bossa JNovn 
to J. S. Bach. 

The plays wiB include four pro- 
duf^ns of the William and Mary 
Th^tre, one presentation by the 
National Players and one presen- 
tation by the Canadian Playere, 
who wBl be performing at the 
Colle^ for the axth consecutive 
year. 

Thaalra ProAictfons 

Under tite direction of Howard 
ScamnM>n, associate professor of 
fine arts at William and Mary, the 
coHege theatre group will present 
"Our Town" by Thornton WiWer. 
on October 31, November 1 wid 
2; 'liOta", a musical written by 
Richard W^gate MiU^ and Ard- 
en Bing, on Fdiruary 27, 28 and 
29; and "Richard IH" by William 
Shakespeare, on AprQ ^, 24 and 
25. 

Ihe Canadian Players wiS be 
seen in Willkon i^kespeare's 
Henry IV, part I, in a single pCT- 
foTHMnce on Saturday, lNo^^mber 
^. The National Players wiH per- 
form on Mon<kiy, March 9, in 
Oedipus Rex. 

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The festival will include the 
only state-wide industrial exposi- 
tion, home and ganien displays, a 
I®rade, the annual Harvest Bowl 
football game between Virginia 
Tech and the University of Vir- 
ginia and a climaxing family night 
entertairanent. 



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1 Requests 
Mrricane Study 
tad Beaeh Erosion 

WASHINO'PgW — A Kwlution requwtint a aurvey erf the 
Virginia B«ch sfiowUne in the interest of hurricance prtrtectiwi 
a^ b^ch en^M tai b^n submitted to the House Public Works 
CcMimiK^ Iwt tt now awaiting a report from the Di^ict Engineers. 

The reMhiticMi was submitted to Ujc committee by Cofigress- 

mm Thomas N. IXwhing at the t — ~ — ~ — 

reqMst erf Virginia Beach City 



M«HMwr W. RuMeN (tatehett on 
beliaff of City Cmincil. 
Downing forwar^d the re- 

rt for fte lurvey to Charles 
Buckley, chairman «rf the 
House Ihibiic Works Committee, 
in AugoM. 

Tte resolution has rx)iw been 
sent to Lt. Oen. Walter K. Wilson 
Jr., director erf Civil Works and 
CM^&gin^r. He hto informed 
fmmu^ that the nport to the 
eMun^e will be macfe at^ tfie 
"eai^M iir^ticable d«te." 

faMggMK y M«WMne Exll^ 

%Me tfie March 7, 1962, 
stotm, ^ich did k> ro'ttch <toun- 
, 1^ to ViiMiiia B^ch*s Mswall 
and mai Sunes, an »nei^ncy 
wootten bulkhead has b^n nved 
to ttraigthen the damage areas. 
jCoA^ucted by the Ojrps <rf 
BmiMea, tfie biukhead is strict- 
^ a t^nponry measure and does 
K»t provkle pr^^^ion against 
As fltoce severe, hurrkanf s and 
ems. 






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mM^am to «#iled to (bmble 
fte Mi^Mie «erva» to Pi4iice« 
Ane OMBt fiottM, Knndt Land, 
Mta»eai kanb 'Nn^ihene Co. 
OMMMmuuger, nkl Wednesday. 

i«ady Itom b»«afled twt wUl mt 
Im to flfiavtion for ^Imh^ two 
^Mks 11^ a tiras^er key can be 
litfia^d, 1m ttM. 

TIm tnuufar key wifl aBow <me 
c^wniitor to nwM^,l»th bou^ 
wMt Oe aecond op^tor to te^* 
i^ a break. 

Hie new bcm^ to locM^ adla- 
omt to the <dd one in the P<^ce 

UMl irid ttte c<anpany to als) 
#)bli to divide the extenakuia on 
both boedi so tlHit tlie (^rators 
cm pick up 49ie e^ ftkstor. 

A iMw rotary {q>eration du^u^ 
ttffi daytime houra win pesmA 
cattos to dial <me number biA 
get service f^»n nine lines. Land 

City Cotmdi has 0ven (he 
tfuree tetephone cbmpani^ that 
atrra Qie enlixfed Vii^a iB^kch 
area untU My 1964, to dkntauite 
toBs thfou^ut the c^. 

The addWwttl service to Prin- 
ce Anne Court House will ikA 
lA^Mie toOs to tiiat borou^ 
IjisA taM, but will offer toO-'fiPee 
Ci& <MIy to ttw courttioune. 

'^irt we expect tiito new switdi- 
bowtf to ttf» care of tJie t^- 
ptow tnf fie to the fovenuiMirtid 
oMk^ until vssA y^o*," Land 
■idd. 



Under Piriittc Lav 71, the 
Corps <rf En^Mcn has bem 
naUng a rooi^ pvtf miury 
tf wly ^ tUt piwM^ ud have 
imHoM that Federal assist- 
ance m^ be abhrin^ in coo- 
il i iii l lag a icphiMiieiil tor the 
eristfng seawall. 

However, the Qiief (rf Engi- 
neers has indicated that all 
studies ^nder Public Law 71 
should nk completed as soon as 
posible 8iB« no furthet funds 
under this authorization is ex- 
ported. 

City Council has now re- 
qi^ested a more . detailed study 
under Public Law 874-87, which 
statos that tits Secrets^ ol the 
Army may authorize surveys of 
coastal areaa in cMuiection with 
hurricane ^otec^ and related 
purpose, imsvided |»rtU:ular 
ar^s request tl^ sufve:» thnxi^ 
resolutions to either the Senate 
or House Committws on PuMle 
Works. . ^ 

If Virginia B^ch should (Ay- 
tain autfiOTization of tfiis study it 
would prmit the OoitJs to mate 
a detailed inv^tigaticwi regarding 
the prc^r type erf {miction, the 
cost, ite worth and K»Kmito ^- 
ibility, the aBM>unt <A ^^js to b^ 
spent by the fectoral aiul city gcw- 
emments, how much it will cat 
Ae city ei^ ^wr to matotahi the 
pm\&A uid (^MS ftusten. 




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Mtttel Directory 
Is Underway 

VIRGIMA ^AC»-'n|e iirat 
(aa tor ^ace r^ervatksiB in the 
1964 d4-page Ac«»Mnodatlons IM- 
rectory to in ^ mafl, acc»rdii^ 
to Laura Lambe, wl» produopi^ 
the i^sort's bbohj^ for diib^- 
tion by the Vir^nia ^k^ ClMnfr 
ber of Omumrce. 

In light of tltt Ckt^agesii^ %^- 
Bridge Tunnel'a opei^ In the 
apri^ it to moA important to 
resort int«t«fit8 that the 1964 
booUet be ratdy for distr^utlon 
in Bfardt, Mia. Lme^ said. 

Thto wiH be the fourth edition 
of the pictorial Mm&iiilim ptoce 
which to senA (Hit by the Qumrit)er 
in answer to all ,tt» inquire 
from the city's advertising {hv- 
gram. 

Tb^ booklet -Ins a four^otor 
«)ver, qwcific information <m 
thii^ to do and see, e^^nts, 
tnunporti^ion schethil^, a map 
showing rc^ds ctmui^ into ti^ 
TkJtew^r Area aid a milea^ 
dsot. 

There m« 16 pages with cotor 
phot<^r^)toi of accommodations 
and 48 ]»^ in two color. Frffy- 
two iKivert£^ paiticipirte in the 
bookl^ i&aking it ^f-supporting. 

Servii^ m tiie booklet c<mi- 
mittee are Mbn llcCkanbes, M>in 
R. J^lhes, iMrs. Lucy Traftm, 
JMoes Kantapasos and Stanl^ 
Martin. 



Getting their "liquor-by-the-drink" are left to r^t: Qark Graves, Walter aark, Jane 
GarriMO and Frank Fcnigno in rehearsid for "Hai^ Birthday," first Little Theatre production 
(rf tlw season. The play, whose action is set in a bar-^wmi, will open October 10. (^ddwin Photo) 

UHLE THEATRE TICKETS ON SALE 



VIRGINIA BEACH— SwuOBL 

tKketa to the Vijn^into Beach 
Littte Itieatre's {»o<toctiom weirt 
on sale thto wec^ at tite box office 
of the Courtyard- Ptoyhouse on 
iTfliStoeet. 
The box offke will be open 



every morning from 9 a.m. to 
noon until the opening erf the 
first show, Oct. 10, according to 
Bob Maul, ticket chairman. 

B(^ s^son tickets and gen- 
ei^I admission tickets will be 
Kjld. Anyone desiring to order 



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VmOI^IA BEACH — The V^^a Beach-Princess Anne 
Junkr Wq^a*a Club was honored Tueaoay n^ by C^nap CivJtan, 
Inc. for volunte# hours the club members haw contributed toward 
fte aid erf handtea{^>ed children. ' 

Mrs. V. K. Almond Jr., club i^esicteit, wa i»esented a 
(^itcfioate of ^proctoition and a 
bnmie ^U|ue WQIaan A. ffimsy 
Jr., a m^iriier of tiie caanp's 

board ol mmtim. ' 

The certffi<»to cUes the da* 
kx Its "elnetre and d^p amcen 
in ^ weUtoe of mentally r^iod- 
ed and teiKheapped ohJidr»i." < 

Tha pU^i^r hMcribad wHh 
Nia wan^ "Phn^n^nd Equlp- 



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PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the Cwip-ess dt the United States has draipated 
tte lerand week of October ^ each ;^ar as NatimMl Emjrfoy the 
Physically Huidicapp^ Wedc; and 

WHEREAS, log d»e seventeenth cons«aitive ^ar, iwblw siqj- 
psia fof aiMl iiMs^ in die «nployment of otherwi^ qinlified Imt 
ffcyskally hamficapj^ wcnkers is being urged; and 

WI^REAS, ^wsand (rf these wwkers have already draum- 
atrated diat handteaf^ are ncX an insurmountable terrier to effictot 
idid productiw labM'; • 

NOW, THERBPORE, I, Frw* A. Dusch, Mayor of die qty 
fA Virginto Bead), db set as^ and fwoclaim Ae week erf Oct(^}» 
6d) tiircmdi 12A, 1963, m^hnive, as 

EMDnLOY TIB ravaCALLY BANDKAFPl^ WKK , 
mi uie A AMI df hwoM wM l^^rtry to nnke a 'co^mtkjua 
dfoit to enfAay liltebted v^sf^ and other handKapp^ t\im^a 
^^sasvm ^Mrfl^^ mU n^Ree to do the job u wett m a non- 
tandicai^ied w^Mfc 

Gi^B un<fer tty lani Ais Itt (ky of Oobrf^, 1963, 
I^A)« A. m^CH, lApir 



Pit Issue 
Side-Steppeit 

VmGlNIAIffiACH— City Coun- 
cil Monday 8^-steiq)ed the con- 
trov^aal issue of wlwther or not 
to idlow a b(nrow pit in the Sajo 
Farm area of Bayside Borough. 

Coumil voted to withold ap- 
prove of use i»rmits im such 
pMs uiM the Ptonnli^ C<nnmls- 
sion makes a atudy of existing 
pits and areas where pite are 
planned. The ^dy could he used 
to weigh the advairtages of aich 

ex<avatiotts ai^st iQieir detri- 
ments. 

An j|)idkation by E. V. Wil- 
liams O). ai^ SifflMieil G. Jones 
fw a xtm permit to operate a 
borrow pit m the Sa^ Farm area 
«^ pr^ented to council M its 
Sqyt^nber 10 meeting. 

At toat *inw the HMming Cwn- 
misson rec(HmneQded thi^ Ae 

penM be denied as bang "not 
tiM UIM uae of the land." Ap- 
proxhiMWy 150 people, mosUy 
readouts of tiw mm wto% the 
Irtt was to be c^ Meted the 
naettog. CkwKifl hted ov^ a 
^ttt wifaMMes for and against 
tiM pit hi^ p(»(|)Qned a vc^ on 

Hm ^ woiM be used to d>- 
hriii ^Urt for tl^ «n^nu^i(m of 
an hiteiattite U^wiy, Ms l»d»ns 
m- C^ppfn»nte, however, dtim 
^ tfia fit oorid towor the <iHiler 
Mtte te ttt area, c^ise red »- 
talev^M to^op tnd create a 



mant DenitMl By tha Vii^inia 
Baich - Prineats Ann* Junior 
Woman's Club," will b« placMi 
on tfia fanea anclMing tfw 
Cwnp CMtan playground. 
TiM loed did) donated over 
$2,000 iamr^ purdiase of the 
equ^Mnent lait y^o- witti proceeds 
raised thitx^ its 1962 CaA>aret 
Pdiies. 

OWier Camp Civkan, Inc. .offi- 
cials m hand for the presentation 
were '^hvard Badran, treasurer; 
and Mdvin L. Simn^, seoretaxy. 

Badran showed a film on the 
(sunp which included scenes of 
tlK chibwomen working with ^a& 
handicapped children this mim- 

Two United Cerebral Pal^ offi- 
cials from Norfcdk ej^M to the 
dub <m the Cwebral P^ Cen- 
ter, which utilizes the facilities at 
Cm^ Civitan. They were Robert 
FIAtoeck, iH^dent, and Mrs. 
Bma MyerSk executive director. 

Otho- speqial Quests induded 
Mrs. Foster t Gilbert, president 
of the "ndewater I^trict Federa- 
tion of Wonwn's Clubs, and Mrs. 
Qrayson V. Brad^w Jr., Junior 
Director. 



tickets after 5 p.m. may do so 
by calling Mrs. William Grant 
at GA 8-6665. 

Maul said that several hun- 
dred applications for season tick- 
ets have t»en sent cHit uid may 
be retiui^ to Mrs. Grant, lOO 
Ivy Drive. 

Season tickets for ei^h of the 
season's three fdays cost $S.0O 
per penon. General admission ia 
$2.00 per play. 

This seawm's jrfays Mr m 
^eAikEdi "tfajppy Birthdaf*, 
Oa<*cr 10, llT 12, It; If; 
"Glass Menagerie", November 
21. 22, 23, 29 and 30; "Waltz of 
the Toreadon", February 13, 14, 
15 21 and 22. • 



Reassessment 
Hearings Set 

PRINCESS AiNNE — Hearings 
on real ^itate r^ssessment in 
Virginiar Beach Borough being 
conducted by state tax mem this 
week have produced no major 
oomplaiflts to date, according to 
Claude Neff of the state Dept. of. 
Taxation in Richmond. 

The hearing, to be completed 
ttiis afternoon, are being held in 
the School Adminiiftration Build- 
ing for the purpose of allowii^ 
jwoperty owners io discuss their 
assessments with the tax men. 

Homeowners were notified by 
cards listing the asse^ed value 
placed on each pait«l of land and 
improvements and spedfying the 
time and place of the hearings. 

Nejct to be notified will be res- 
idents of Kempsviile, Bayside and 
Lynnhaven Boroughs. 

TYiQ leaX estate is being as- 
sesswl ^ 36 per cent of true 
value, Neff said, and the tax rate 
appli^ to eadi $100 of assessed 
valtM. 



Norfolk Not Enthused 
Over New Water Rate 

NORFOLK — A water rate of 22 cente psr 1.000 gallons was submitted to N(»folk officiate 
Wednesday by the joint Virginia Beach-Oiesapeake Water Ne^atii^ Committee ^ there was 
little Indication that Norfolk City Council would accept the latest proposal. 

Norfolk Mayor Roy B. Martin Jr. said the rate would be brought b^ore council bM ita^ 
dk:atcd it was well below what Nwfolk could sell wat«r for if they expected to nake a 
reasonabte return on their invest- —^ ^ • 



Council Honors WGH 




Virgnia Beach Ckwndlman Mm McCombes Oeft) presents 
Ambert Dail, genial nwu^^ of WGH Radio, with a resolution 
WHMMntog the ^^ioo <m its rn^^oA <rf the successful Cabaret 
Teen pr(^cwn every SaM^ A Oe Ahm B. Siepard Civic Center. 
The Nation provkte a d»c Jo<4^ and itsecwds each week. The 
pre^iMimi was made at Mwntey's counci meetii«. 

<Biddwin tPhoto) 



ment. 

The water survey compiled by 
Malcolm Pirnie A^ociat^ h^ 
stated that Norfolk could s^ wa- 
ter to the two neighborii^ dties 
for 22 cei^ and still make a prof- 
it but N(»foUt officials deny tiUs. 

Eni«t Whitlock, a Piniie en- 
gineer 1^ attended Wednesday's 
meeting, said that S^orfdk's profit 
is weU above what most otho* 
conunumties make on their water 
supply. * 

Norfolk Cky Mtan^fff Thamas 
Maxwell took exertion to th^ 
statement. "You Invent made an 
ind^)endent study of the cost. It 
isn't merely a problem for en- 
gineers, but is also a budgetary 
and accoui^ng prdt>lem." 

Virginia B»ch pcditical leader 
Sidney S. Kdlam suggested that 
since Iftiere is sudi a ^:^t differ- 
«K» between the rates arrived A 
by Norfolk and the other tm) 
^t^, a third en^neer be brou^ 
in. 

MaxweQ dM not bdteve this 
was the solutton. "Any compet«A 
oigme^s wo^ i«tch tiie same 
fi:^u« if they Parted froni the 
same basis and preaiises," he 
a&itad. ) 

Mi^r Martin abo indk»tad 
fluft H • ihtad jcagtoafr liumiA 
ofime tip wM aa vnst loawr fig* 
loe it woukl not be aoc^itrfde to 
Norfolk. iHe said Norf(^ » aefl- 
ing water to Vii^^^ Beach ntyw 
for less tiian what tt^ iIMmiM 
and DffiiAiiHied the post^ility of a 
future increased irate to Ni^oik 
residents. 

"ilf we make less revraue off 
urater we wiU have to make it up 
som^dace else," he said. 

Alt the «id of the n^iitix^;, 



which lasted li^ie J^s than ma 
hour, Martin said that if Norfolk 
City Council stuHild api»t>ve a 
meeting of the engineers repre- 
senting Norfcrik, Virgima Beach 
and Chesq)Mtke, *'k could be ar- 
ranged." 

Att«idii% Wednesctay's meet- 
ing were: Vii^hiia Beach— KeUun 
and Kempsviile Councilman Swin- 
dell IH»Uock; Cheapeidce— rCoun- 
cilman G. A. TrKdde and Treas- 
urer WMam Forbes, Circuit 
Couit Qerk and CcmuiMee Chair- 
man George CroK; Norfolk — 
l&Q^r Itodn and Itexweil,- and 
WWtlock. 

The proposal, a& submitted by 
tile Joint conunittee. reads: 

<1) Tiaak an interim agreanent 
be entered into imoMdiat^ be- 
tween Chesapeake, Vii^^nu B^ch 
and Norfolk for ertending water 
services, as needed, by the City 
of Norfolk, the residei^ of Ches- 
apeake aiKi Vii^bua Beadi. Ar- 
rangements should be made to 
yetmii main ^tension for this 
interim period with flml main 
owMfsh^t h^ in abeyance until 
agreemei^ aA fii^sed. This 
will not TVBaA hi ftiture loss to 
either party as dewdsfffits will 
pay the futt iniMt m^l^ casts 
si^ NoifoUi wiB be ydl-gid for 
the water. 

niis i#«^sdit is to reoHtohii 
effect until 9af/^SBlteA by a new 
wA soore permanent cmitraot. 

(2) hi the yaiur 1082, grop re- 
ceipts of Norfolk's ««ter ayalem 
were 14,700,989 ami exces reve- 
mie over og&atoJVL costs wn« 
|i2,ise4,090- Oonooa^s in Vii^ina 
BeadiaDdCtKa^iealto used aiKMit 



LAKE SMITH WATER L^EL 
WORRIES RESIDENTS 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Several residents of the Lake Snath area 
appeared before City Council Monday to compkin of a drop in the 
lake's water level whfch hu tamed their waterfront prop«^ into 
marshland. 

The trotdde, they contended, began when a large culvait >«rae 
the Lake Shiith wata* levd wi 



Installed between Lake Smith alMl 
ttie Li^ttle Creek resravoirs on the 
oppoate side of Va. 166. "nie naw 
culvert replaced a series of ^nail- 
er pipes and dndned water from 
Lal^ Smith at a greater rate, they 
said. 

Before tiie larger culvert was 
opened the Lake Smith water lev- 
d was nimnally 16-24 indies 
higher timn at present. 

One homeowner, Joseph A. 
Edone, told coundl that alUr the. 
culvert was opened his w^r- 
front prope^ "converted itself 
to marsh, then nni^ ami nmck." 

He said grjfss had grown to a 
height of three or fout feet and 
that the area had become infested 
with mosquitoes. 

City Manager W." Russell lUUdh 
ett toki council he tod received 
many letters md a petition re- 
garcUt^ tte drop in water levd 
and ^d that he understood Pub- 
Ifc Works Dei^. director Rk:h«d 
J. Wdsbon was seeking a meeting 
with fiforfolk public w««rks offi- 
cials to s^k a solution to ii» 
problem. 

Lake &nith residents at the 
mating said they hoped ttie 
large culvert <K>uld he removed 
and the matSnet pipes replied. 

The culvert ^nm installed 1^ 
the State Highway Dqit wtth 
Norfolk's pemission during ^ 
coiurtnictiim .of the OieaipeaiEe 
Bay Bridge-Ttamel ifq;noMh load 
i&oxtg Va. IM. 

TIk meeth^ wtth Nort dk o£fi> 
dais waiM iiMhide 



tivea iftxMn the ii^hway depiot- 
ffimt and mc^quito contrd cooi- 
OHflfdmi if ne<%asary, Hatchett 
said. 



18 per cent of wato- aip^ied hy 
the Norfolk systrai and |»i4 
about 28 per c^it of the gr^ 
revenue. The avera^ &xA of pto- 
ductkm and deliv«7 ci wa^er in 
1962 was 18.186 cents per 1,(M) 
gaUons: This figure indudes oper- 
adng and maiirtenance cMts sai 
uiterest and anuirtizirtiim dor^. 
tt ^00 indudes all costs rotated 
to mipplying retail water, indi^ 
ing diatrflMitlm system maintea* 
ance, meter readii^ and biShii. 
Based <m figure shown on Wi^ 
Oei»atmait repotts, tte a via ^ gi 
cost of jtfodudi^ whdasift i|it> 
ter, induing detit service ch«q|- 
es, was leffi ttian 15 cents fm 
1,000 gallons for the past 3-yJear 
penoA. 

M present, NorfoUt sagi^m 
water in the dty and miteito tta 
ctty in excess of 40,000 cubic feet 
iec quarts' to commorcud mk 
indiHtrial e^tehUshments for toh 
intKuiK^te^ 22 cents per l,0n| 
W^om t&t quantmes betwaiil 
10,000 «id 10,000,000 cubic fM 
per qwolar aad ^out 18 coits 
per 1,000 pSkma for ^ir§a quui- 
tittes. 

R is obvious fnmi thia^ibpve 
figuras «at NaeMk^jaa Idl tt4 
litter ttr itii heKSthtrnt ^ffg^^ 
aartafy 22 certs per 1,000 &Sau 
and laato i wMantial praat 

debt servi^ o^s. 

The Joist Water ConunMtK af 
OhejHWiig and Varghihi Beadi 
wmM recoanroend the papDHit 
of 22 cote p& 1,000 mogmm 
wholradei water add to tl» ' " 
<rf Cho^peaiK and ^^rginhi 1 

br ft* C^ of KhfftfA m 

boomkay lin^ of Narf<tt Asi" I 
15 year ftitare psiod, wdi jIMMm 
to he^ Amutfy 1, 19(SS. ikit 
woidd p«!fntt NorfoHt to oMttiMi 
to t»e its raw -v^ter aiiqdy, tnua- 
odsston ami trartmeirt &^^i^ 
and the filtered water atixi^send: 
transnnswm fydMm wtddi tte 
within its borders to 'fiiS advlp' 
ti^. It would dso permtt Norfc^ 
to redize a profit <rf at iMst iB 
per cetrt above average mate xt 
operatiop and debt sn^vke. 

<3) A f dr and rea;raaal^ buli 
for acquisition of water disbrHw- 
tton systems in tlw two cities 
vdikh are now mad by Nmrfott 
to suf^ water, ^oaM he da- 
termined. 




Beach HospitaVs First 



TRIPLETS BORN TO 
MOTHER OF SIX 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Mrs. Percy D. McKowan Jr., the 
33-year-old wife of a m^ cutter, gave birth to two boys smA a 
girl just bdore noon Wednesday at Vi^inia B^ach Hcspital. 

It was the first triple birth recorded at the 15-year-old 
hospital. 

The babies, who had not be«i nam^ Wednesday afteriKxw, 
were delivered at 11:45, 11:50 and 11:55 a.m. They were not 
weighwl immediately but their weights were estimated at 5. 
4>4 and 4 pounds by Mrs. Ola Dyer, head nurse. TTie Uttte girl 
was the second delivery. 

The McKowans are also the parents oi six other chikiren: 
Margaret 15, t>onald 13, Andy 10. Greg 9, Tici» 8 and Kadiy 5. 
The family lives at 9341 Kim Terrace in Malibu, Lywteven 
Borough. 

The father is a meat cutter widi Farm Fresh Marlit it 
Norfolk. , 

Mn. McKowan and the three infante were r opci ted m 
"sati^act(»y" cowlition. Hie habm& hsvt hetn placed in bdke^ 
for the time being, Mrs. Dyer said. 

Attending the mc^ter dnrmg the delivevy woe Vt. Joba 
Oawford and Dr. Ross Ka:^is. The b^fes are uad^ te^can 
ot Dr. John M. Mapp. AU are Virginia B^k^ |A^ieiaiis. 

The McKown tnj^ets ivoe the second muttMe Urtb la ti» 
homital this w^k. Mn. Evere^ H. Irby d 406 ^tt &nrt gaw 
(mtu Ui twm gurb Man&y* 




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V 



I I.OR OPTICAL G 

GUILD onriaiM* 

1349 U^w^ad, Prof^sbnal Bldg. 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 

OA 8-40^5 



Dam Neck Wives 
Meet October 16 



IVIXOW litECTIIIC 

oMMBiaj^ aM iiB»»fnAL wnp^ 

CARWa VWN^W AIR C(^OITK»^ING 
UNITS AT BAW3AIN PRICES 

oicTmeAL »ii>niig and fdctures 
Aun^Rii^ i^is9oiMa cc^mAcrc» 

UffSE and SMAU Am.lAhCE REPAIi^ 



MSdc— ne mm m^ 

Of fwi» staves C%b luA^ wtt 
hi teld October 16, at th^ Foit 

liur ^aq^ irt aoqp; lu^b ^W bl 
4e»^ at ia:80 pM, 

Mis. J^m M. SteU tnua Bkm 
D^^rtnwiit Store at Jara^ ^(^ 
mi^ Ctotef will bring numroOs 
WUS, TU^ag in prUx. Tbe Dam 
Bf^ Ottcsi^ Wives «rfll be ^ir 
oim models. 

FoTfaiervatio^ ^H Mra. taon- 
ard M. SUltfoni, diau^m iMMte^ 
for ^ wives of tiM ¥£p€. 
Plans OaiMatae^, 341-S143. 




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FIRST STOP 
ON fNE WAY 
TO SCHOOL 





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THUftSbAf 

FRIDAY 

SATURDAY 



At 



mOE SPECIALS! 



%$^ El^antiy crafted pumps in mid or high 
^^^Mi or t^>ered toes, ^rt ^wn . . . 
ta^^«J Iksa also in U«:k. 



I4-M 



Saper - quaHty Gay-&aft Opera Pumps 

$^, Mid or High heel, calf in black, brown. 



nayy or red; Suede in black, brown er navy.. 

^^. 6.f9 V^^ w^ges, stacks heels or hand «»wn 
moK. Antiqy^ tan, black, brown or red. 



6-9^ 



4^98 



li^WICK-HOUGHTQIi 

tfJZi^fera CTTY. N. c 
m^if/t of Miss SaHy Jetm^ 
Se^i^ and " " 

IM^mm Jr., 
Satui^y St 4M p.in. m 
M^boilJlk Cbturcfc. Ihe ^. Vir- 
gi E. ^y^B , pi^Hr, pttrfmned 
0» cerwKHiy. 

Hie Mete IS 4he ^^^^ of 
Mrs. A^ SiduirdaM S^^inA 
and tiw late Mr. S^lgwtt. fte 
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Harry Affin ffwtfllQB of 
SLrongsviUe, Ohio. 

Warren Helieji Jeannette Jr. 
gave his niece in marriage. Miis 
C^ratyn Sherlock Jo^ai09 <rf 
Portsmouth, and ESinfaeMii City, 
was maid of honor. Bridesmaidt 
w«re >liiiw Faya SUan ffoney 9t 
Norfoak and Iftiry doai JkaniMtte 
of CharloUa. N. C. 

.tan C. MoGiwIer oi Vvrgtma 
Balai, waa bait man. Graont- 
man were li. Robert M. Byrne, 
Lt. Iliehari J. SiA$k, U. ffpnnmi 
R. lyttor. U. Of.) Mm 'A. mm 
and U. Ij.g.) William Thonus In- 
d^plML an <4 Vii^nia Beach, and 
of nymouth, N. H. 

„ (^0M>. After a 
ndfi^hani weddlnf irm, ^e coufde 
^ live «t aoTliiCfMiH, Vir- 
gil BM«b. wiilllTi. HottfMtm 
is itatioQed at Oceaiu Navid Air 

sum- 

Hu) Inida tauglit aeSiooi at 

Linl^tprn Park Elemenifry School 
aqd Joj^ B- Day Qmimlary 
S^tmd in Virgiiiia Baadi. 

DAIl-DEKKtt 

EDBNTON, N. C— Mffls Faye 
Apes I^U became the Mde of 
G^^e L. Detkea* &itimiay at 4 
pjn. in Edeeim Methodist 
C^irch. The Rev. E. C. aioaf of- 
fkiated. 

The bride te a ^toMMor af Vr, 
md lbs. licmte w^. Tte 
bri<tegroom k a son of Jcrtm Pete: 
^Wm of Vnfnk Beadi, and flie 
]|rt« Mrs. D^Eter. 

The bri<te was ^ven In okt- 
i^^^ t^ fcer fMher. Mrs. Garnet 

# Hie biicte, mis M^Nn of bon- 
es. Sridi^mi^ -were mam San- 
(taa Dafl, ancrtber aster of tite^ 
Isideii^ Arlii^an. Oe^ Dafl and 
Patrida tercim, both <rf Wa^ 
in^xm, D, C. 

Bak^ Ibffraon of Virginia 
-Beadi t»a$-bat man. Orocmanieip 
w^r^rai^i Csatter, brcrttor rf 
tl^ iHlde^oom, and tUAmt L. 
Turner, b<^ <rf Vi^inia Beach, 
Kennit Baidift of '^^Ain^n, 
D. C, and^ AJvin ibflUpa. 

A r^s^itioji WIS toeld at Straw- 
berry Hill, the home of (he brWe. 
After a northern weddmg tri|^ 
tl» ^u^ wffl Uve in ''^i^sfai 
BesKrfa. 

McMATH-BARISn 

KEBfPSVSiLE — Ilie ooama^ 
I of Miss Ida Faye McAtoi and Lt. 



St^pton PWHip BaiT^ *., 
4ook |da> 

' 'Me 




im, 

m 

nm 

^e 

a: B, «<^r --^ ^'^v. 

Hie bi^ is ^ ^1^^ of 
l«9. <»>|g| J^MM Mcaiath aid 
tte Ma flfr.lMAKn. The brida- 
§ro(m is tte ran of Mrs. Stephen 
wm ilpatt of Berkley. Cahf., 
wuiwrn^W. Btftait. 

CoKm It McMath Jr., of rfor- 
folk gave his sisrter in marriage. 
Mn. OOP Maaos) wu matron of 
honor. Bridesmaids ware Miiaai 
Ann Carlisle Wilson of Notfolk 
and Jane Barr^ of New York 
Ciity. sister of the bridegroom. 

LtObarJe'^ ' " ker.l^N, of 
Stonington, ( as beat man. 

Groomsmen were iienAA McMath 
of fit Paso, Tex., another brother 
(rf tbe bride: Lt. John C. Buchan- 
an of Newport News, Lt. James 
R. FUqua Jr.. Lt. William S. Ma- 
osuley, Lt. Sobert Rosen and U. 
Robert M. Tampteton, aQ of <tai 
UnHed Statai Navy and Norfeft. 

A reception was givia> hi the 
cbun:h social hsll. iUter the cou- 
ple }~'^ '- wedding tnp to 
Netu. fhajr vriH Ih^ at 

870 ^k>rman Ave., Norfolk. 



Rose Show 
Oet. 9-10 




Mrs. Ctaire Chennatt|, wktow of Ite tenout FlyiM T^ snutii, wm 9am of temor at 
a silver tea held recant] ^ M j| e horn of Un. Edward HoflmeMer m C^al^ IMw lo "kM- 
off* the newly formed Cllie Rrf^ae ReAM in TMewato^.'PKtered «t ^ tM an (Mt «» rUkt) 
Mrs. Em %Hn. fim^ister, Un. Ste^ Y e, Mrs. O^nnautt, Mrs. Yii^ Mali and Mm. ^'m 

Margoliu:^ 1 



IMMay i 
For 0iViliiP 
,1 



Personal Mention 




Animal Rose ^low of tiw Ckmloi 
Ctat of Vii^nis wffl be ImM Oo- 
tob^ m a^ lOtfa jA the luned 
Mxrmen MtsMun m Ifew^ 
News. The ffontm^tm GMtkn 
<Mi wttl wsmut ttw IvB ^ 

bi k^ping with tlie settog, the 
ih^ne of the Snw wiS be "1^ 
V<^a|^ ia tM ftea^" irtUi ^ 
iKntiodhmi ^>eciineis lUle4 •> 
*^»'b«nft f^eaanes" «id tin 
aitistic vrsngmmltt classes 
caBed '^orW Travels." 

llads to Che o>operatlon of 
liw Meineis MH^wm, the Show 
wffl featui« ui^^id staging tnd 
i^^ated eMba^ Irttn the iltt> 
Finn's ^Ale^ons. lite Ikebana 
Intenotimiad C%<^^ of Fort 
Ifenroe wSfieieat a special Mu* 
cittonal ei|hil>it "Around tba 
Worid from the Odoit" «npha- 
siimg ihe Orwiital «rif^ of mem. 

Hams of tihe Sbom sfif ftom 
3:0d pm. to 9:00 p.m. on Wednc» 
day, October 9Ui, aM Ima 10:00 
ajB. to 4.00 pjn. on Itaws^y, 
October ^im. ftibtes oay N 
pkwed on %mi^, C^tober TOi, 
betwewi fl» hours of 4:00 pm 
and 7:30 and on tte day of the 
Show, (ktober ^, fitw j:M « jh. 
to 11:00 a.m. Jud^ng.idA tst^ 
promptly at 11:^ a.m. 



QMUA— Tte 
of te taMW irf 

:> at ^ Ce. ^ in 

or^ud deaps of ChfirtaHa dec- 
(sMms ouMte by montera <rf the 
Cavater Jr. ^eoMns Cl^. 

T6b apedid ev^ k Ibe aeemd 
momd Basiar pievmr which 
povnljb ba ao pniAr bsl y^ff. 
II9 ^ aw^fetf aig|^ itt be 
held on No^^n^ber 16, Ddi^ tbf»e 
Mem^ wtaKdi «% being dtewn to 
1}e <»^^:«d 1^ the pPS^Am &tun 
no(p to 4 p jn., c^ te wre^aied. 

Il« mmim9 lime lie^ tNuor 
^(% nmmier work^ <m ^me 
4«cial <te«i»ti«i8wl^ wil ^- 
tui^ wd iai^ii^ (mI^ dela- 
tions, table runners, centerpieces, 
piaoe mala» sequinaad tiaa (kirts 
M waU as many otter atogant oe- 
«^gnfi. It is urged that you attend 
tUs preview ao that your orders 
can ha andeup in time for Ow 



^tes &ie^i H^nnhe aiMl 
mm Bfsd m^ m Weta^di^ 
toi^Mid two nuffitte tnm^l^ in 
Wmipe. 



m. uid Mn. G&xfss OBiam 
«Bd IIm^ dai^Mff , Ite Tmma 
GiOtea, ^ent te* <wf^n^ ^t- 
ii^ Mr. and Ifrs. Ju^ Co<y<n' M 
thiir hme m Hen^nKo, N. C. 



Mr. 



SSSI 



Men's Soft-GTain (^valkr &ogues 

Am. 14.99, Hand stained antiqued brown or black, 
f^n t<^ <|r 1<ir^ M^ng-tip Ig^^etwr. Poublf .«^s, 
sttrm v^||,*v plate fn hub. 



19*08 



Fine WM^ W^H c^^ucte^ ^^s, A.'ftft 
Styl^ for ^f% & girls in school or 3ress. ^*^^V 



5.99 



' VIRCNIA BEACH 

WrVE MI^ED YOU! . . . 

You see, in iplie of Uie many wpndoiu] ivfute oiAooiMl vho vi«t 
in, we'ra misMd yeH* We'il love to see you s$^ . . . bfcsum w have 
many aew wipri^ss {(nt youf A NEW lecric ... a iww jfoui It fMVtaUy 
dkki'i cost any mon tea a pew hat, and (A, wdi lasling iwpiHaea is 
youn, «faea you koow ^m'n filing you^n'. pretllal 

STYLISTS 
MRS. TCRRY Mte. REED 

MRS. BEOWDP( MR. VBf0P4T 

We are jwoud to aniKmnce that lb. VmxtA haj nwxntly 
joimd our staff of exp^. ^ 



t^tb 



LASUN ROAD, VIRGiraA BEACB 

IMJR MwrotK tMcktum 
lat LoBfeitaaB nv., W<p|i Cmmm -r n. iU*lU9 

'■■"'"" ■ ' • ssssagssssssssmmBBSmssss^aBs^sssssss 



6A S-aif 1 



K is interesting to note that five 
od^uds #pfn ^ mmbss ere- 
1^ tato^ ivtt be fii^u%d in 
M^ B^t^ Hemes and (^^tsm 
C^^^ Idea Book wlucii will 
b^ <mVm nev^ands <m October 



Elks AfudUai? 
^fe Annpuiieed 



«wl Mn. O. S. Jotkn innll 
tiUs weekend in Bottriee 
aa tta fMShi ^ Mr. «m1 i^. 
L. S. WiMkiip. lU^ wffl iMand 
4te YWvMl^ <tf Virgta^ - WI 
fiiolbaR '0BIM thoe a^ crtho* 
Iteveit ntfwiA wedl^id a^M- 

ti«. 



Ifr. aodi Mn. 9m Onai tew 
rMurted to Aattr ^m «i Litt» 
Wm ttm man^ng mmNk Ays 
t Tha Tlbmtglad in H<< ^t^. 



Ifiss raah^ ftOTs, a sto^it 
oottvsaiot St ne <%li 1^ 
SAod ia OjtfwI. ai^sd apent 
la^ •wadUMl ^ri^ Iw oni^, 
Ifrs. W. H. , Jitalrite ^tapto bmI 

teoM. Hia BjuTs to ui tite IM^ 
SMte w M ftotfiA %eME^ Vn- 
i<nr 



Ur. iwl ifrs.' Hugh Vlm^ of 
%c^ Vm^ N. C, ^entlMt 
imel^ vi^^ Mr. mul Mn. 
HL Waaler Ibomi it tii^ hcm% 
(m S^BdSt. 



Ifr. mil Ml. M. Awd P<H«ise 
Jr., 1^^ tei HPaiiiud in CMr- 
lotteivilte and attei^ tiw Uni- 
v«p^ of W^iMMk fei^^ 
game an aataMtaiy. 



f^ . . • aipirM styles, colors . 

A ttmplete assortment of casual & driving O . 

. . knitted assorted styles and cx>lors. ^ M'* ^w 

SIb|^ fi^ |1.7f 



Go 



US 



Gold Stripe^oekinp 



2»-$l.M*^,^ 



fti nihigB « . . sport or dress 

>witm«nf of styles arKi colors In soort and 






*lta Tw 






iM^n IJwncs CeiMer. Princes Auw P^ 




i»»IiWI ^>(«X' 



•HOPS rf fl THE LADIES AND THRIR DAUOHTeM 

For tht daughters, 3 thru 14 pins Jumor peme 
starting mth size 3 tii4ir wardrobe for atf 



occasions. 



vmmm, mhm — Ite La- 
dies .^i^^ioy of Wm lodp 
B.P.OS No. 'Tarn wfll 1^ a 
Bate and Itomm^^ Side on Fri- 
<^, Oct. Itth ^m 1 |wi. to A 
pjn. and m fNlmdiy, Octobo^ 
Ifi^ 6Ynn 10 ain. to 3 pjQ. Ite 
Sate win be^ teld in ^Vtm yard «rf 
the Elks l^na ^ SI0K Aid^ie 
Ave., \^^a itoaeb B^mi^ 

H<»ne m»k I^, Cck^ Sruns- 
wjuk Stew ^k1 many t^m* isfd 
item as w^ » us^ dew dotti- 
^, any kiirf of ftimkui« and 
Mdc-te»ds 1^ te ottflpM. M 
dOWU^ of "WUta a^hant" 
it«ns to tiuf OHMe wfll be gn^lUy 
^Vdeciirt^.'. Tte fnoeeefhi fnwa 
m» ssle <«i^ be u«d foe ^oifKa- 
hle iHifp(»is (x^. 

^ axm to he doisMI may 
te iaft im m llmmm af M 
^to Lo^, IflOS AiQvitte Ai^ 
mie, Vingmia Bi^. 

Navy Wiv«s Givf 
To &*«ir^tt^ 

PMNC^SS AlVa — ^nmsm 
Anne Ni^ Wives €M£> No. 1^ 
recffltty di^s^ |ltt) tomrd tte 
Navy WIws Oufa of Afeertoi 
Sc^riush^ Fouhdfltton, M imi 



lib. aod airs. <Ufte|t H, WiV 
^ ^ <^^. «M hMft 
wfvkMd in Wi^u^boro where 
tt»y vi^ed toeff «)n, "Chip" 
Witeon, a'^At M rUUHUte 
Ifilitery ^^Mae$. 



lbs. Vmias ScM^ Otts ori 
ter drai^^t Sve fi. lllii^ re- 
o^l^i;^ned to th^ horaaim 
CteoA^Md ^bM aA^ a BMtor 

in nocfe Mr ^sam wmKb§. 

ms fUto, m fEwtaito ef Kkw&r 
try Day Scftmd ioit iprte, 1^ en- 
ndted M Ite m^^sm (^ 

lefi ta nwlMM.^ te» 
elM«n MuTO » bo* mi^. 



nsaiaaaeia 



The 'Y' of It 




Ifiss %j^m Pntrch, <bu^tK- of 
Mr. mA lin. £. H. <%mA, left 
last v^i to n»tme tM" slu^ 
lA <kfudi^ Cd^ in TowsNm, 



Mrs. <E. M. I^#, 1^ Wadn^ 
d|^ toured aewrd w^a tnmrt- 
i^ h) l^n^ 



ito. A. H. Vaw fitf i^raitfin- 
ton, N. C, is 9€s^UQg i^rfft Vtek 
wtth ter scu^iHlaw m^ <bH^^er, 
Bfr. ami Mrs. George gMi^Qi <m 
S&dm. 



Mte Ibry M- MiddB, dao^^ite 
cA Wt. m$. Mrs. C^in l^udds, 
has Mt to «te fa^ leMt ^eiur 
at Pine MiyMnr Jui^ir (k>fl^ ti 



Wopa^ (lib b 
38 Years Young 

J/^WfiiAWB* — Tte Pt^^am 
Ani» Waiwi's Qub <A Vfrfi^ 
£tea<^ trtt o^taiie te Mtt b^ 
#y IHu^l^ >^ Am Tt^ bin. 

In botty <tf ^ occa^cn, "nie 

mm Ine #M^^ of firs, t^ 
livety, wifi ^ciwit a ^ne tonn 
ttie play, "Happy Birtii&y,- 
wluch is i^A^d to ^^ <kto- 
T^ IWx A Tfce Owrfyard Pky- 
bi^use. t 

(tari, lA p«fila i^xtte oieeting 
«Aid) wflll^^ lA nooL 



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' ''Wff Finest In Food^* 

B«k^ &i^i^i^ S^E, 2 Vfpt^M^ .^ 
tos(^^ to a gouip^'s mst 



DAY 



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Ms. GNmM T. R^Ar 

TlHBsdiy. Oot. S— ll.-OO ajn., 
Gotf O^m, maoff Uaa; 7:00 
p,a., VsM Dog ObwHoeeT^n^ 
iH CSaas, Unktetn ftrk ^^ 

J*^<y, Oet. 4 — 10:0e a^, 
Bo^g, ^^^uMi Ftea Bouli 
lO.-OO a.m.. XkAt, m^iM U^ 
8# pA., BdOnom Dancing 
Cten, .^wrIi^ L^m lU. 

Mmk^, Oct. 7— 10:» ajn. i^ 
11:^ am, ntit td^tts Si^ 
mii% Otee^ Gtvid^ !^; ^^ 
ajB., (^nudtee on Adn^i^n- 
ticp lie^^ Bank of ^^k 
BiWttiiMvfwNn); 3:00 p.m. and 
4jid p«., firrt C3iadrra's ^iro- 
mi^ (Mn, C^valte mM; 8:00 
pjDi^ ^ 8tM^. 6>ed lOtep^ 
FiiM 'ft-^ll^tman Ctatrdi. 

I^ea^. QAB,%M tm., Sm- 
OMt I^^tei Dj^ Out Oaimiea, 

K^PSV^ S^UDSni^ ^HM»i^ 

ckm^ ^ sm-r^^m Asm 

m^ mm Y4tei Ui^m, 

Wfte^. Oot. a-^:ao %m., 
mtj^m pkqt Out c^M ^- 

«<^. R^M» ChrMi« €lfli^ 

7m pm: «M 9:Mi ^ ^ittM 

ni^ ^mMSi«, Cvn^m 0^ 

tte ^^^te Hotel Poamk & 4 
bi^ splvta! Again, tte Y.W.C.A. 
is apoMOfiflg awinMang oImns 
for IwUm IZ yem and ofver. 
Ttese claafc^ will te teld from 
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 
0:30 pjn. Somatblng new and 
qtecial tee baeo added tfaia saasm 
for you advanced swiaunem. 
Syndmnised Swunming wiU ba 
offarad lor the eight week aesaion 
ending ;wMh a wj^er baUat. The 
syncbnmixad swimming Gtass will 
te toqght ady 00 Wednaaday 
nigbta fnm 8i30 to 9:80 pja. 

Anotter big feature this season 
win ba trhaaaalics. ftriivoing 
classes wiB Jdso ba bmgbt en 
MooiM$ mornings from 10:30 to 
11:30 am and U:KO to 12:30 
a.m., wHh 'M frtaiiMiliGs oomcm 
praoedtng each class. All this w^ 
Mto yw g<t fit for tte new faU 
look! It is stiU ^ tpo iU^ to si|n 






ENCAGI/WINTS 

WORTH—RAY ,Kranc«s Margaret Matth 

RAXJCIGH. N. C.-Mr, and Mra ^^? ^llf?*" '^'^ ^^ 



Hal VeimWe WortTi Jr ann.^nnrp ' 
ih& engagement of 
t«r, Mitt Jylia Andrvws worm, 
Frederick ChwrHbeiiain Ray Jr. 

Mr. Ray is the son of Capt. 
F. C. Ray, USN (ret.), and Mrs, 
Rav of 'Norfolk, Va. 

' wiD take plj|ce 
ijci. la ill M. Michael's Episcopal 
rhurrh in Raleigh. 

a graduate of Na- 
wiiii.ii V. ..('iiLurai School, Washing- 
ton, D. C, St. Mary's Junior Col- 
lege, ttaleigh, and the University 
oi NoPtl) Carolina where she was 
a meintoer of Chi Omega eororky. 
She wag presented to North Caro- 
iina wdefy in IflW M tt» annuri 
TtfpM^uwn Ml. 

hou Aa^ny, Honohdu, Itowiii, 
«rf tma toe Univem^ <rf North 
OtfoUtti ^we he reoeivwl his 
dt0m in Ainalaui IMmy. 

'M» ti» wedcHng the <x)U{4e 
*M live bi Vh^^Oa Beach, ^sn 
Mb*. Aay is ajsociaited witii Brown 
and Bii^low. 



Mr. Mahon is the eon of ^Mr. 
in S, pHahon of Vir- 



Bm}WN~430IUN 

VffiGimA mAm — IWr. awl 
Mra. Wi^er Stfeigb Brown Jr. 
ranoon<% the ttngagement of their 
dtDfbier, Miss ^yce Diana 
Brown, to Wimaaa Gordon Dtffan 

m 

Mr., Donui is tfie son of Mr. 
aiKl Mim. WlUam Gonlon Doi^n 
Jr. of Wilml^on,. N. C. 

ifto Snram is a ipiidiMto of 
FrinecM Anne Hl^ SiAool. me 
k empk^ed m a receptioniit by 
Uimm tla^ k Inmrani» Cmr- 
pcmtkni <si Vlri^a B^£h, 

ilr. tkxrm attmded S^nont 
MtoeyO^ige for Men and k 
msfki^ m a field e^ineer by 
OUbi Ittm Omirtruction Co. of 

IVie wedding will ^te jttux 
Cki.2$tii St. Gr^ry Q» Gr^t 
C^iUKriic Oiurch. 

ammmm — ib-, and nn. 

Xtapeit hestat Cal^ ax^wn(» tMw 
&ei0bamt ot their draper. 
^ Maa LesM F^e <MUt. to U. 
- Wiml Cter^ Mosr^, USA. 

•^ iJt. lMiM» to ^ ion <^ Mni. 
b wmi M<nriMn of Sdinto 
In. Y., and Junes DtXb&A 

m olTiioy, N.. Y. . 

jm» wMldisg vm take ]^k» 
Nov. 16 in GwpsB's Island Bj^ptift 
CSiui^ in Ortostead. 

MaTOitti te • fndtwto <rf 
IMlMf«ra Hi^ &^o(d in ItbM^w^ 
tfd d M»Us(»i <k^d§^ Harrison- 
bnrg. For toe fast three yeu's ^ 
loi a mrasber of toe ft^utty (rf 
libikhom I^urk Sctexd, Vii^h^ 

U. MoniKn is a graduMe of 
Sdiroon IoHdb Central H^ 
J^h<»l and of Norwidi Univer- 
alty, Northfteld, Vt. He ia sta- 
(ten^ M Cmip l«roy Jdmon in 
New (Meant, lA. 




MATTH1WS->MAH0N 

NOWCMK-m, md Hks. Stan- 
Jey R. Matthews announce Qm en- 
p^nem of toeir dauglAer, Mi^ 



3 Matthews graduated froni 
nonpik Cartiholic Hitfli School and 
amended Kee's CoUlM Boaineas 
College and Old Ooniinioh Col- 
lege. She Is employed by the City 
olf Norfolk as a d*ta processing 
progratniner, 

Mr. Mahon ^iduiijim ii.jih 
Norfolk Catholic High School and 
served in the United States Air 
Force. He is employed by the 
Southern ^nkof Norfolk as m- 
siftant manager of toe Church 
Street brant^h. 

IWn J^^ins Jr. umounws the 
^^^mnt <rf im (toughter, Um 
Can^ Anne !^Miui, to AMhoqr 
Wayne Dixon. 

•Mr. Dixon is the son of Mr. and 
M». Ralph Hilton Dixon &*. of 
C^MH4>eifte. 

Mi* MMi)us is fi» dau^w 
of tJM late Mr. RoWbins, de^ops" 
of AiM^ins CwnttT, Virginia 
Bew^h. She attended ^ C«toer- 
ine's School, Ridntond, and ^d- 
ttatod fixun Pi^iuxa Amw tU^ 
School. Sbe attend^ RJcftimond 
F^fMsional bistitute and is em- 
|i^^^ by toe BuQders mi C<ni- 
titic&M'S IScchAnge of Norfidk, 

Ut. Dixon IS a ^a^uste of 
OwrehlKid Hi^ Sd»ol,,pi^h 
p^ke and attemied the llniver- 
sUy oi fUchnlond, He U »aociai^ 
wMi &des A^td^es ^.. of Nor- 
folk. 

"Ww wedding will take plw» 
Nov. » i^ 3 p.m. in OW Dom- 
ticni E{)ta^ia CbMA, Bay^. 



Rabies CHnies Give 
%m Dogs Shots 

^i^lRGff^ BEACM — Aboirt 
2,1^ <k^ were mi»}cidjited 
i^ftiwl rabies ait dinioi Md 
OK^^rt toe dty toe paM tw) 
Salin^ii^ MKdE Omem of the 
fvMc IMto ik^stmtilt repint' 
ed TMKk^. 

Tt^em mre 1^^ iMa 0vai 
toii past Saturday at five tas- 

*4>,|-tff 

1^p^»B ^NywB by soeu, tois 
fi^« MbaSx^. AxiooM^ BVB; 
CMs. 2i$0; SeaUtck, 183; Civic 
Cri^^ 247; »d Tliormi^ood, 

2m. 

The clinics wwe ^nsared by 
tl» Heal^ Dej^iamA and toe 
City.of VkgtaUt Bet^. 

Oyster Bowl Has 
Trip Planned 

VmGB«nA OTACH— "nje Cava- 
lier Gdf aal. Ya<Ait Chib will 
apomot a buatx^ to toe annual 
(^^@"-Boirt IboiNdl guae hi 
Ito-foUE on Ootoba- Id.- 

Chaiteied buaee will leave the 
club at IIM fiM. to^ day for tl» 
igame vMA i^ Nfvy again^ 
VJtf.L F<%wi^ toe pme tbere 
wffl be a Ml04moe at toe dub. 

Besmntiais i^KMdd be made 
torou^ Chib Mmuger Geoife 
Bemra at GA 8^131. 



Easy €fi9mpaay INiiH«r With F«ars 




taoaed dice of ban In ttils ^ffis^ ^uy-to-fixmatB ^ttrti. Wasm 
eaB»9 »^ and tiMM • sftlsd wUto tti« bata te lHiiillimr.'Wltti a 
fi^iHilMAi dcM^ fUMfa em tte table tti a ]^. 

C^il^ffnh BarUett iMn ar« in acane markets tbrw^iph O^bee 
M^ n^ la^. ]^^^[ tip: S^ct ytftowH^^Md pMn to tn^ 
witMn a ifa^ (Mr two. Greea-ddaEinl.i^m are i^fflypiatan and 
wfll be Juat aa flav^'Ail aa tboM btwii^t y^ow-ripe If ytw store 
ti a ^9^tg Img for a few Ibgp lA rocsn t«»p^Mia^ 

HAM wniik mmstm vrnjota 



M^ 



1 et^ M^pyr 

1 ^k (• teAw) 
1 ^ ' 



4 l^ecM <K teft aaek) 

glaig«r-»«^ 
• fee* OaUonlft B««M 

peara 
1 meit (S ft.) eMtar e^ 
veadpto-M^ tea* 
Gnbta* aU ta^nMtOa we^ p«n Md b«t ta ttofe aMMMpoig. 
ta^T to b^L Pa»N ti^tn mni mem pmmk.AMts iKHt m^^ tmi 
mtk gmtlTt tantf^ emmiiksmay, ttttff iM^toodaN SMoma 
ft«B hmi. Gn» m& eod te «pm ennrii^t, WaA taw v^e: 
i^nqpi, Brefi. Mr^^ «» ^ tai»^ to IwMm b(^ ^ta. 8tM 
pmn «^th chn^w im ■«»§ wltfc baa^ Mri^ ig ywr jalfM, 

uavea 






gaaoa, Le^ie 
Clrto, Lomue 



Mi^. Bissett presents BP&W proclamation to Mayor DukH 
for his signature. (Tif^x) Photo) 

BP&W WEEK PROCLAIMED 



Mayor Frank A. Duecn of Vir- 
^ma i^uA vn& ptesei^ed h^ 
raday, (MsAm 27to ^to a cer- 
tificate oMdalfy jwo^kning that 
toe week <rf O^ober 6 to 12 will 
be designated as National Busi- 
nes and Professional W<Hnan's 
Week. * 

Mrs. fUne B^aeM, ^al 1^^ 
Broker of (Bmdiwood Garttei^ 
pxesmiled itoe ppodanurtion to toe 
Sfayor for hia ai^iafhire. Mrs. Bw- 
aeM repraented tte Princ^» 
^ine WW of Vii^a S^ch. 

tbb ft'inceas Amje HPW mw 
orpahid in 1160 vaA the 1k^ 
p[<^(toit vm M^. Boae Lee Mer- 
g^ iiameoAy of I^rbKMS Anne 
and now a leiic^ of C<Ain)bus, 
Ohio..Mn. Um^gjia is an honoisry 
membe" of toe Vir^nto Awoda- 
ti<n. 

•Hie diA gii^an mmial eclwd- 
orAip award io wortoy hi^ 
sdbool BtodMls in ti» Viismia 
Bea<^ arM, and wmmg ottmr 
cluBtoWe |)ro3«!te, reoenfly <to- 
aaiel 9 SaCG MIkUiw for toe 
eomii^ new Vlifinia Beach H(»- 

Hie Nationatl Fed^^on has a 
memfeesWp ot 170,(^ and toe 
D^mrtioMd BPW dubs covra- 
twenty-four counbrbs. 

Tlie National «PW dub will 



hold a di^ict hindwm o^'Octar litr*IlBtwBwe Whkeand Ito. 



berHto «t toe Hotel Chamberlain 



at Ok) I^int Contf<nt, foQowed 1^ 
a Motor Calv^:ade of nwnrisera 
wtM> wUl attend toe "W<«iaii ol 
Achiev«neirt Show*' at the Nor- 
folk City Aieiuu liis ^m is 
qponMred by toe Wonum's Divi- 
sion of toe Norfolk Chsmlier of 
CiMnn^rce. 

The Princess Anne BPW of 
Virginia Beach wM p^t^ptte 
and be represented in a "B^dtt" 
reserved for E^W cMm in Oe 
Hdewate* Mti, which wiU i»- 
tai« d^pla^ slMwing "Women's 
FUce In Tlw Bu^boMS W«id. 

On Ootob^ 13to, toe Prim^ai 
Ani» grtHip wifl fwrtidfNile in a 
Braya- Service at tbe Bow Oeek 
I^e^yterian CSiurch in 'Visi^ 
Beacb. Ilie Re\«i«i»l W. J. MQler 
wffl omdt^ toe service. 

Mso on toe agmida Im toe 
weeAc'a activtti^ wiB be a t^ 
q^cmw^ by Che Siffolk branch 
(rf toe BPW dubs, which -mil be 
heM on Oc^^ 13to ft^n 3 to 5 
pjn^ at the W<BDen's Oato in 
Suffolk. 

GMats mm^og wffl, be mem- 
bers of toe "Rdewaita- WPW dobs. 
I^ffiesentoig toe Priiuie^ Anne 
group wffl be tiiesr inrendnt, 
Mrs. Doris E. McKimwy, Ifos. 
R(^ Bm^t, Miss Ruto Newidl, 



X 



Agnes Maltfy. 



For Wonea (My — 



If You Ask Me 



By 
Betty Deri 

Rime Demoartralfon A^eni 




; Well, how are tilings in Tidewater? I read where you had tots 
of rain. We have not had any but k looked like we would get ram 
May when I came from toe library last night. It is dear today ttid 
)u^ lovely. 

I had already known by riding toat a 
football player's age was determined by the con- 
dkkm <rf his legsi I have learned thirt the (x^ti^m 
of a graduate student's legs is very important too. 
The campus is large and you must do a lot of 
walking esp«;»lly while getting toii^ arai^ed. 
for the quarter. I enjoy walking and I ami Iwving 
hrts of enjoyment now. . 

Recently, I have had occasion to <k> SMne »-*^ ^._. 
reading on textiles. One of toe points discussed '^tay Derf 
was the increase m toe number oi fibers. The reascm for textile 
chemists doing toe work which results in a new fib» is to ccnrect 
some defect or deficiency in an old one. No one fiber can do every- 
thing, <rf owirse. However, if one un^irable prt^rty <rf a fiber 
cim be made desirable, we b^i^it 

It was also su^ested toat toere may not be a 1<^ more new 
fibers developed. TTie improvemwit ss mentioned above is expected 
to continue. Also the appearance of new combinations and btouis 
is expected to continue. 

I had a r^ disappotntm^t last w^k. I couldn't fiiul am^er 
football "idiot" to go to Win^n-Salem for toe Tech-Wake Fomt 
football ^me. 

Guess who will be at Roanc^e for toe Han^st Bowl game 
this i^turday ydling her head o^ Me!l 



.jfior .jfmn ... 

SPORTY SIACKS 

STRETCH, FLANNEL, PURE SILK 
AND CORDUROY 

BiWITCHiNG BLOUSES 

PRINT SILK OVER BLOUSES TO 
CO-ORDINATE WITH STYLISH SLAOCS 



rLOI^ENCi 



ENCi 1 • If 

wvUm. 



^rLA5KINIK>AD 



Arao-^AI^ km 
me^^w foottal viebsrkk tot 
^ Cavidian^ Princesa Aa» 
aaielB Chuidi* 
land on the 
'Rnu^HB home 
Md. 

The Annual 
S^ft umtertocde 
a diffluent sort 
of project re- 
oenOy. WMh tbe 
Mp (si Jane 
kjiarriaon, Aidy 
Ondk, Sandy 
ftrte, Jay Per- 
i^SBidl, Rodney 
Oalla^r, and 
Larry Dowdy, the Annual Room 
wss cmverted firam a <teric, dingy 
^ay to lairing toade of iOas. 

A Oktrid Keye^e Mertii^ will 
be h^ ^ PiincesB Anne H^ 
Scbod Oot. 8. KoQmi, Maury, 
Norview, and Granby wH be i«p- 
roient«l. 

B/^OB/Oy idx^^ted Ttimty Tri- 
Ifi-Y membefs are Donna. Y<ak, 
Juni<»>; Rhonda ^od<tert, s(^ho- 
mofe; and Gail Variett, sopho- 
more. 

tNs yMf^i Trinity Hi-Y offl- 
Mn an Btvaity Andrewar pn» 
Manf ; Jemii^ Cmi^w, vica- 
p i ' e ald a wt ; Jane Harriaen, aecra- 
taiy; Carol ; Mytfie, ttwaorar; 
Ledlto RiMwM, raperfer; Bar> 
Mm plowerif con^potwiiij 
••cratary; aad Branda iaton, 
oii^Miin. 

{^idenfts iirtsvsted in joinix^ 
the Junius' dvKan Oiib may d>- 
tain m ^qdUoiion horn any Jun- 
kiF Civttan jneamber. 

Annuaia tie cnneoUy (m sde 
lor 15.00. 

The SCA recei^ a^ Up a 
adiod spirit C<»mnM^. Sdwdule 
for foyer (kcoxaMon by individual 
dubs has dao be^i o»a|ii^ed. 

1(4 Junimr Ovitaa Officers «e 
Ridffid IIcAd^Nws, p^^Uteot; 
Katoy Hu^, vieeidreBfalnit; Car- 
olyn Armrtroi^ ^crwUay; Vte 
Gr^or, treasurer. ",- _'i^ 

Athena tHfil^yee^ll^eleetp 
ed (rffioos axe jean ^powa, gnil- 
d»it; F^n Toa^^ vice^reii- 
<fent; Jsanette KoUmOte, corre- 
ap(HMiing secrstay; Betty Ray 
Mm^^^ recxndfaig aecretaiy; 
San<fy Adams, 'Ereasin:^'; linda 
Variot, parliamentis^; PM •For- 
did, chaplain. Atom's new 
spoitfOT is Wes Tuckn*, PA's !»# 
Art Teadior. Mis l^cka* is a 
graduate of ^^fginia Beadi IB^ 
Sdrool, Loi^wood da^ege, and 
ftl^ a past T^^-y member aft 



Parents Visit Ndval Ae^^ 




Virginia B#fch S^f^mm. 
Thursday, October % 1W 
Pag* 3-A 



Midshipman Fourth Class Paul J. Derocher, Jr., IS, pt^es 
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Derocher of 409 Kings- 
wood Plsusx, during Parents Open House Weekend ai Aiuiapolis. 
The mkishipman entered the Academy June 27 for |^be summer 
training. (Navy Ph<to) 



"Wefcome Back" 
Party Planned 

KING'S GRANT— Tlie King-a 
Grant Gardm Qito held a "wd- 
con» back" coffee S^t^nb^ 26 
at toe hone of Ifrs. James G. Gilb- 
bona, 3101 Quinby Rd., Kii^s 
Grant. 

Gue^ iiK:}uded Mrs. Heiteit 
L. Moir and Mrs. Harry Whitmer. 



J. C WHEAT 
AND COMPANY 

MEMBER 

NBW YORK 

STCX:K eXCHANGE 

IS SELDeN ARCADE 
NORFOLK, VA. 

PHONE MAS-43S1 



GOING OUT OF BUSINBS 
QiASTIC RBHICTIONS 



OPPORTUNITY FOR 
CHRISTAAAS SAVH^GS 




Swim Wear & Antique China 
Costume Jewehry — Toys 

CAVALIER GIFT $HOP 
Lower Lobby 
CAVAUR HOTB. ^m 
CH>EN 10-5 DAILY 



If iVs eyegbsies 
you need . • . 

Let Dr. Salasky^ 

OPTOMETIUST 

El^BllltaM Tow ISTM 

vmoWMA BEACH 

315 ■ 31tl SfMST 

ma tha Slnal froa HM 

rtw ww O^ 8-15 21 

NOlffOUC 
aOOBOtfSHfTRKr 



Miom MA 7-3252 



Turn extr« furnlhjre into ex- 

P»1IMN. 
AO. CiiN 




Yilfciil 



SEASIDE MARKET 

coMPien FOOD market 

23rd Street near Atlantic Avenue 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 

* Etftbllshed 1944 



FREE DaiVERY 

Phone 428-9313 

Minimum Order $3.00 

We CloM Every 

Wednesday at 1K)0 P.M. 



ZJkank i^pHi 

for Your Wonderful Responso To Our Decision 

To Continue OPERATING AS ALWAYS * 

(With Same Personnel) 

WE ARE DEB>LY GRATMIDI 

R. S. MersMII 



5 LB. BAG 

SUGAR 



59e 



UNO C LAKES 

BUTTER lb. 75c 

LOCAL MESH 

EGGS (Ige.) dz. 59c 
TIDE Ige. box 33c 



PREMIUM PRIME 
SIRLOIN 'STEAKS 

BONELESS 

PORK ROAST 

CHOICE RIB 
LAMB CHOPS 

BIST GRADE 

FRYING CHICKENS 
(OJT-UP) 



vb. fffF 

«,. 49- 



....lb. 



.lb. 



GWALTNEY^ 

SIGNAL BACON 
1-lb. Pkg. 



79' 
29' 
49' 



CARROTS, bag . 
GREEN PB>FERS 
GREEN BEANS . 



09 

3 for 10c 
2lb«.25c 



'Meet Your Friends at Sewade* 



Chapel Wmnen 
Sponsor Party 

LONDON BRIDGE— The Eaat- 
em ^xare Chapel women's eo^gan* 
izaUon will sponsor a dei»ert 
bridge Tuesday at 12:30 pjD. to 
the Church ParMi HaU. 



Dessert and coffee wffl be ^ 
served before bridge. Door priie' 
and individual lable prix^ wiU be 
offered. 

Proceeds will be t^sd to <&# 
building fund <A the Jadraon 
Field Home fm* Girls. 

An oil paintii^ by Mi% Ruther 
Epperson will also be auctitmed 
off. 

Admission will be $1 and play- 
ers are asked to bring their own 
table and cards. Reservations and 
tickets may be detained by callii^ 
Mrs. William C. PoweU at GA. 
M772. Tickets may also be 4^ 
tained et the door. 



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Are 
you a 

weight 
watcher? 




Wnietlwr imi're wmrUi^ ^ 1^ 
your figure, w strrvji^ tB M^rwe 
it you'll flnd Sealtest Diet Fwtt- 
fi«i Skim MHk a great Mp in 
cutting calwies. Best of all, 
ymill love that deliciws fresh- 
milk taste, glass after refreshir^ 
glass! 

IMPOtTANTWHOUMIUVAUiS 
WITNOUT THE EXTRA CALOHS 

hire woesome Se^test Diet 
Fortified Skim Milk gives y«i 
the imp(M^nt vitamtfls 6f wlwie 
milk, ttie minerals and the pro- 
tein— wittrout the fat (Wy 88 
calories in an S^Hmce gias! 

NIGHfST roS»M£ MMjn 

SeaHe^ ENat Fortffied Skwi MHk 
is speciirily tested ./.. a^ re- 
tested... tqf trained m«i and 
women in utfranndem Softest 
plants. It is milk irf tbe highest 
possible qiMlity. 

OEUeNWS FI^H FUVM 

Trust Sealtest to ghre yoy that 
satisfying fresh-milk flavor, in 
the pure fresh goodness of 
Sealtest Mt Fortffied Skim MMk ! 




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Virginia Bea^ SUN-^IEWS^ Thuc#iy, Odo^^r 3, 1963 



THE VIRGINiA If ACH SUN-NEWS 

^bndi^ TinMiayt and Th^r^&ft by ^m AmcH Ptibli^hinfi CorpoMtiM 



ALMN It MAILHfS „ 
KUSY JCAN PHILIIPS 



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W1MMMLY SMAKIN® 



Tax Ralf i^uctian Shuiilil 
Follow Inof^Md Ai^mnno ^ 



hk>tic£S off the new real estate assess- 
ments are being mailed to the taxpayers m, 
the city this week and it is understood t|Mp 
new assessment figures represeent 36% of 
market yakue. 

Residents of the Borough of Virginia 
^^h experienced this reassessment a few 
years ago and the new figures being re- 
leased^ in most instancs we have observed, 
show a fyrther irwrease in assessment. The 
Syn-News believes it a good policy to have, 
ail property in the city properly, accurately 
and equally assayed. However, we remirrd 
the city coiMcil and other dty officials that 
when the merger election was held It was 
generally understood that there would be 
no increase in tax#s because of tfie ifierger. 
In tfte case of th» Borough, of Virginia 



Bemk and the same shoukl apply to all 
tK)rOMghs in the city the tax rate should be 
lowered to compensate for the increase in 
the assessment. As an example, the tax rate 
in the Borough of Virginia Beach is now 
three dollars. If the assessments are up 
10% the tax rate should be reduc^ ac- 
cxjrdingly so that next year the taxpayers 
would not have to pay additional taxes. 

We hope, therefore, the council will let 
the taxpayers know at once that tfie tax 
rate will be reduced when the assessments 
are increased. By making this annourK»- 
ment now instead of waiting until the 
spring of 1964 the public can 1:^ reassured 
they will not have any great inaease In 
taxes. 



SpfciHUsts At Work 



There was a time when a stock eikhange 
was an institution of mySitefy.. 
* That time has passed*' Wider kri»wleckie 
of ecxjnomic matters on the pai 
lie has helped. Also some IT fajmi^,pGo- 
ple, largely in the middle-inc oBJBJiaiMt s, 
are now stockholders; 'dn^"fl|^^W!^»r 
steadily increases. 

The stcKrk exdiange, as is generally real- 
ized, is a place whffl'e one can buy or sell 
listed securities at any hour of any bysinf ss 
day. The price is det^inined, arid solely 
determined, by Jwhat a prospective seller 
demands emd a prosf^ctive buyer is willing 
to pay. Ar>d the exd*ar>ge does much nrKM-e 
rtvao offer that essential f urrction. Duf to Its 
complex, enorprtously efficient mecjhaoi^flp 
It is a staWizing Influence in times of |treis. 

Such a time ^t cxxurred in May, 1962. 
Prices rtioved c^stlcally and volume was 



enormous. Without one of the most im- 
portant elements within the exctiange 
mechanism, and, one of the least krtqxA^ 
and understood; a person wbp wished ^ 
sell might not have been able te do so. Th^ 
element is the specialist. Without goJr^ 
into the Intricate mechanisms of his wor|, 
ht is the pMxyf^ional v/ho by corHJuctinJl 
transactions at ifrategic moments keeps tN» 
rewrl^ fluid ar^j effective under all conctt- 
tior^s, including the most difficyl,t. He can't 
gontrbl prio|, o|oDurse— rK> one q^. But he 
can and does mafce su^^ that a nrvarket exis^ 
and that all orcters will be awisummated 
This is fust one exanr^le of how the 
exchange servioes a free enterprise econ- 
omy. It provicfes a certai^t markft for stc«^. 
Without such a niarket levy vy^uld be will- 
ing to invest. "^ » 



^^Ilastic As A Rubber Band" 



Certain words seem susceptible not only 
to varying usages and definitions,, but op- 
pos^ (me%. Such is the word "welfare". 

As Lawrence Fertig writes In his "Pros- 
perity^ Through Freedom", "The word wel- 
fare \k as elastic as a rubber band. It can be 
Wretched to cover nearly everything that 
go^ o.n in a asuntry. Iji fact the word has 
k^em stretched to its limit by Congress and 
thb Supreme Court '^ their interpretation 
of the clause in the Constitution which says 
'Congress shall have power . . . to . . . pro- 
vlcte fcr the . . . general welfare of the 
tlruted ^ates.' 

"So mu?;h has been said aboyt the neces- 
sity of government providing 'Welfare that 



most people rarely think it is they tbem- 
selves~as individuals and as voluntary 
groups— who really provide fpc the v^ejfare 
of the country." 

This simply affirms the fact that every- 
thing must have a source— arid the scKirce 
of welfare is the people. They must pay for 
it, cHie way or another. When a cpntribution 
is voluntary it m6ans that tNy »re willing 
to do it. When it is taken from them by the 
government, through ta)^ation, debt, and 
deficit spending, they have no say in tfie 
matter. Thus, all of us may be forced to pay 
for projects to which we are diametrically 
opposed. 



MAgl^ET Rf PD^^T 




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^adt available to the Virginia Beaclj v -''«f^ 

Strmiwkkfmife^tment fvtm at 3110 P. 
tmd is prepared by tfum' New York cmt> 
Rhoades & Co. 







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Paper Lkive Will Help Build Ho^ital 




i> « Uic ij^^^ Hostel of Virginia Beach ■^aunclied a scrap i^per dtrm ^i^ 

Oittttticpon oj tbe aew ho^ital. Mrs. Pre^a Wm^t^, AuxHiary ^^' 

^ve feo-cluarmeh Mrs. P.'H.' ABdn and Mrs. HaroM KetUnn (right). A 

it the vaont s&rviee building at 33rd St. aM Pacific Ave. be- 

W^mtiUy$ and ^idays to ac(^pt txy^^ fi^. opttii#i>re. 

' " ~" " ^atol 



meotbers of ^ 
EconoQiic Outii 
rather constructiva view 
poll anticipated a dowatui 
more tiian iiaU thfiMohJt i}p reyej^ssi 
Those expecting f^ wlNeAine in 196 
quarters as the oioit k)g ing tin^i 

inbalances, dironic U$t;iupjNL>>iiieot, |%^ y^jm' 
ficuUies were considered probable catl^ 01 we next recession. a.s, 
if, and when, white deficit spendint^ disarmament, tigljit 
and inflatbn did iwt f^re ^tMninfi^tiy on the list oit t-^'i.i.>iuai 
troubles. Three-quarters of tk^e present envisiooed Gross National 
Product rising throughout 1944, and, including those less sanguine 
about the ouUook, t^ average selKti^ put GNP in current dollars 
at $198.2 billion by mid-1964, $601.4 bilUon by the end of that 
year, and tht FRB lade;^ of Ini^triai Froduction at 127.7 and 
128.1 it t^se respective dates. AHinit fiO'' ,.f the respondents 
held that in 1964 the coosunier pr i rise modestly. 

un^npfc^ment itay about the samu < noderately, the 

balatt^ of i^ymei^ i^jblem remaii\ a., . . . >n, and taxes be 
rec^ced. 0|Hni(» w^ aboM ^ually c^vided about the ^vt^doni O) 
having raised the discount nw, 41% thought that the Federal Re- 
serve will raise the discount rate agun m 1964; snd more than 
half ^fxoved o£ die nxMwtary polk^ cui^tly pursued. Asked 
abo«tt tjwk km^-ysm. vviws inr the lig^t of the econcnny's per- 
fefooaiKe ia di# Silkies so ftu, on]^ 12% stated that tbey had 
lowered ttieir pro^tioos for 1970, 53 % ^ i^ than uiwha^4 
and 3S% had raisM dieir st^to. 

BEHINO THE ESTIMATES 

The nK«t ra»nt crop ol fasi^^ Ani^ makes us inclined 
to^bej^ve thAt H ^ above (vo^Hioas^rr it is on the sufe of con- 
servatj^in. Bfurring ^appoimnent <» tte tax front, the current 
moriientum shmild be s^ong en<xigh to carry us well iubo 1964, and 
the fact of tax relief sbould still be sufficiently taom poteiM dmn 
its anticijpatton to proyicl^ an additfonal lift. True, tte FRB In(bx 
for August at 1^.6 was si;y|htly below the 126.5 high-water mark ol 
July but this modest ^^ as weU as tbe sl^ drc^ in the n- 
coming business of durable goodb manufacturers te Miequately 
explauled \^ the uniuAH% heavy (x>nceatration in Augi»t A 
iwdel changeovers in tte aulnd^e ii||as«ry a»t the further 
ruaai^ oU €tf exc»n^ ^^k^I iiv«atcvi@ accumubted ^rl^ m 
the year, tectais not foHy iskat m^ dt^mat io ^ aea^nal^ad- 
justmmt |^a» of tihe laiex. With Meel {Nwhictwn tenditig upward 
and auto makers scheduBeig SU,0^ passenger q^ a^Mpblies ifx 
October, a rebound in iodi^tcial prodiu^on it vuttuJly" assured. 
And there are plenty of slgn^ ttiat t^ bus^oe^ recovery k ^ dls- 
pkyii^ remarkable vigpr. Ccoisuqnaer spending has picked up nu>- 
meQtuin stunulated by die rise in iix»nM, pai^cularly dkM^etioiwy 
tncoi^e. Cbn^ructtoii activity is holding at n^ord kvels. <^{Mttd 
ovftlAys are moving up encoiii^ed by improving end demand and 
buttressed by hi^ corporate liquidity and rismg cash flow. And 
while inventories^ ^ave grown somewhat, diey have twrely kej^ in 
step wiA moumi^ consun^tioBi and remain well belcw the levels 
that could be jusfffied by final sal^. A sli^t fuming of industrial 
prkm to nuny areu after sM^ttis d ermion also reflects, healttiy 
|^an4 ^ ' 

IT PBOtf^WTH ^$H 

Periiaps tjie most encouraging feature £rcn the pcN^ ol v^ 
erf business and persona^ investment is the psrf^mm^ of cospora^ 
pit^ during the second quarter of 1963. At an amiual rate c^ 
$51 billion More taxes corporsae profits rose $2.7 bilMon ^x>ve 
the first quarter to th? brat level in two years. And if an estimate 
$2.3 billion of additimsal de^r@;utk>n resulting from liberaUzed 
rules is taken iiA) account, cveh tlw r«»rd secmul quartar at 1959 
$51.9 billion), which also benefited from flie accumulation {rf 
steel inventwies, tos been left b^ai After-tax ^fi|i at an 
annual rate of $26. S billJbn were at an all-time hi^ with ot w^out 
allowance for the depreciation diaMe- We are witnessing here not 
only tte ^fo^ (rf l^ier votamf , But for once a more equitabls 
sharing <rf pins. Labor l»s been wmewhat more restrainai than in 
Uie past when it has only too oft^ claimed aD the incren^nt from 
greater productivity or more; biaiiK^ ^ been lat^M wkh a 
slight improvement in profit margbs; and the resulting relative price 
stability has enabled the consuma to translate rising incomes into 
greater unit demand. It is too eafly to Ju<^ whether such reason- 
ableness, which redounds to the bei^t of aU partici^ts in the 
economic process, will continue udail»9ed by Ae temptatuxis of 
fuller utilization of resources. > 

THE VIEW f flQM 743 

Withal, what we are head^ for looks mofc and more like 
well^ustained, sturdy prMperity, neither threatened by early re- 
versals (torring internal or external pe#tical upsets) nor likely to 
develop into a full-fle<%ed boom siiwe, if nothing else, the exigencies 
of our balance of paymente situation would comppl promjK monrtary 
and c^wr restrainte ^ould excesses develop. Are such prtwpects 
overdiscounted by a stock market which at a new high of 743.60 is 
above the previous top of 734.91 ii^ached in December 1961? 
Probably not. In the first place at this tevel the Dow-Jones is seUing 
at 119 ^am esthnated 1963 ernimg^ ot $39.40 and 10.9 times 
cash flow of $68.35, while back in 19^1 the multiples were 23.1 
and 12.8, respectively, of actiral 1962 results. Nforeover, the move^ 
ment of the Averages objures th€ fact that whUe.sonte shar^ have 
performed spectacularly, many good stocks arc still seUing well be- 
low their previous records. Also, wlyle speculative interest has in- 
creased, there is an absence of the exuberance wh«;h was so pervasive 
in 1961 and settl» stage for the fubsequent break. And the public 
reentering the market appears to s^w gt»ter M^^istication than 
in the days of th| vrondfer stock ind hew iiue crkze. Nevertheless, 
while a constnw^e attitude towird equi^ is warranted, cautiojn 
and selectivity should continue to gui<te investment policy. 



'as 




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Cam, 

'in^>ecl '■'-■• 
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,the l»-idg( 

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steel bridges 
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bell's ejnployera decided he need- 
ed to move faJ^ than his feet 
couW mny Wm. T^ey bou^t the 
seoond-liiMl bike, and Cain^)ell 
rtu^teking it mit to hk ^ by 
tx^rt in the nraming and brining 
M faaek 1^ b^ at 1^^ ^ 

Wisim'g h(M m^^m ^ared in 
auprise rt sl^ <rf a bkyde r^r 
jpedWing akn^ ttie MMink^d 
tai<^ mUes irom 1a^ and w^ 
no ot^ ^^toide m vtow. 

MoA of fiw miKhin^ used in 
buMh^g ^ (:^sq;>e^s fiay 
BiMge-'Rinnei Iwve been ;s^)€dally 
d^gned gianto rating in cost 
to mxK 4&m a mOlkm doltars 
^di. Tim m&tttgn^ty of a «n^ 
oi^tmiiBry |15 bike in mtch €<»»• 
pany Intripwd rejKnrters, and 
Ctto^ibell was wrMen va^ fu^ by 
Qm m^sOt nevmme^ '^^ ^T 
a mti^iid mvs ^yndten^. Last 
mosQi te and lUs %ite mm 1^ 
tured in a n^eoaBy c^^r^nrted 
amday ww^per aup^mOTi 
That's D^Kre prodaoew of "To 
T^ 1*6 Tnrth" jotted him and 
invitedt hud to a^«ar <n ^ 
show. 



tammim Mmmn Mia 




lys been a i 
It is well knowlLbv all and sunuiy \JOM 1 am 
figm^s Ifk,^ 36^2-.^'^ 'f'!-^ -^^Il come as no 
who know me. Wh g abou! 

kinds o( figures. 

I citjy in the' mner the other mornuig that 
lundrci leople in this counti 

that aint iill, the population .is growin' at a. wuv 
\o\i A'nufdn't believe f figure that this kifld of 
LQi( a shock to 

anyone wno nai ooicivcu uic rdi^c quantities of 
children racma about, and it sure ain't news to 
ithe dc' oms of hospitals, which are ojv 

erating oii » aitf^-hour daj just to get th*- '"-^^ 
done. 

This is f«rf mm tor ewryone, say iht. 
economists. More p«>pte to buy things, and even ^^^^^ * 1 . ■ 
the tax iiwBk— Awe h«nt souls— look, on such Moroon Baskm 
m increase as oM just new p^)le; but as new taxpayers. 
: There is o» family, towevcr,- which is probably still in shock 
at their little contributtoo to iie population explosion. Their nam^ 
is Fiscter, and i«y live in A^deen, South Dakota. Mrs. Fischer 
has caused the whole wwld to sit up and take notice. These folks 
had five chUdren t^ore 'tibe i^t recent blessing. I would hate to 
play fn^er igamtt ^is family. Anyone who is capable d doubling 
^ si^ d a family with five oi a kind is not the best opponent in 4 
game ol ^wvx. 

Tm sure ttiat everyone wolus ^m well. I g^^ 4m M^ 
Fisclur will get over it in ^ne. |fr. VMm^ like lA (|i#^, wiU 
mUc about 'this for tiie rest of his natural l&b, U f^^. Faflien 
wiA one M>y are «>rt d h«rd to |^ along «^ ^ AfodI a mmtti 
or twa I 

Tliere was a picture artkte about Ais fi^e tumiy in «ie d^ 
die large m\^ ma^zi^ last week. 1 t^e yew vm t. If, you 
didn't you missed one of tjbe best px^ures smt ^iWishML There' 
is a large a}lor pbte oi Ae motbw, lyteg 'm bed. I&^^ <n the 
bed post is a little sip whteh says, "ABSOUrTE BED REST'. ^ 
that isn't Ae und6rat4AeMM.oCltlf (V^^ I ite^r saw k. 

I Ik^ Mn. F^chtf ^^ it ei^r in ^t h^^ ^ten As 
gm bcMne she wcm't be able to Iw <towfi ayod r^ for qutte a Mlile-4 
my the next thirty years. ; 



• LfGALNOTICiS 



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NOTICE Of PUBLIC MARIN0 

T%e Virginia B^uA C^, fil- 
ing Board of Appei^ will condw^ 
a iwMo hearix^ on Ootoimf 7, 
1983 at 8 o'clock fU. mm Mu- 
nich CkMrt at ,0^ HiA, !^ia» 
c^s Anne ^^jm, Virgnia Buch, 

Ittf foUowin^ appUct^ns wlS 
app^ff on tiw 1^^. 

€^ No. 1: Tiam^t^oA Wir 
t^e^ Ii^. 4201 Tboi^^JOd 
lane, Vii^nk fi^ch, %rpii^ 
r^^pmrts a intrtom^ <rf ft ^ 2n»n 
Om v^pMd lA ^ to 10 ^ w 
uie ^ud tei l^Kks on lei ^ 
Ked^ Um, IM 81 ^d 8% ft# 
Prin, mi Mt 104 fiye tmu 
{toad m ^.priMI^^M of 1^^ 
Ou^y|ood b^& b^ bnwy^ 
of Bi^dde. ' 

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341-1975 King's Grant 

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Mrs. Peggy Holland 428-7993 Bay Cofony 

<^ Llnkhorn Park 

North Virginia Be^h 

Mrs. Edward Tippo 341-3674 Thalia 

(1 a.m.-4 p.m.) Birchwood Gardens 
Mallbu 

Mrs. Kay John«m 341-4942 Chesopelan Colony 
(after 6 p.m. PrirKsss Anne 9Um 



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State ErftiMtor To ^eak Here 



VMGINIA BEACH— M^ Anne 
Dobte Peebles, a well-known Vir- 
ginia ^ucator, will speak to the 
ChB^^ke Beadh Woman's Club 
"nwsd^r on "Vii^ginia Mueation 
— Its PitJblenB ahd,Progre^?' 

flhe n^eting win ^art A nam 
M tiie Bay Ifcrlxwr Club on L^- 
kin R<»d. 

Mms Peebles, a past pi^deirt 
of the Virginia Federatkm ol 
WofflMn's C^s^ is a nMriber of 
tl» m^ Board of EductUon. the 
Vii^ma Educatioiul A^£aw<e 
Auttior^, tte Adviairy Legte- 
<ive Council, the Virginia CAXm 
oommKtee, u ^cretery of the 



lege of William and Mary; and is 
seci«ta7y-chainnan of ^bUc edu- 
eriion for tte Virginia DiviMai, 
Ammcan Cancer %N;iety. 

WEEK SET OCT. 6-12 
iMPLOY HANBICAPPSI 

VTOJl^IA BEACH — Mayor 
fmak A. Dusch has MOdJiiMed 
tte wmk q£ QsMms ^ WMgti 
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Tbe Virginia Q^cb Peipoos 
lowered tbe booip on tiie t^qishu 
from Princess Aam Hua^ 43 to 
13 in the Virginia Bevn Jaycee 
aod 9pons CtVtt i|)0i»q«t4 Youth 
F«KilWI Um 9iM»y. The 
EWhm. MiSy 9PMk« Bntwisle, 
scored in eveitY period and were 
i^mi niUy teMMMpI bs ^ 

Ib IMfe 1^ ioi sived 
„ IQl^tt toM a iliut^Mit. 
Tie DdM* Os^^ a ^- 
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oi ^ youig upa^pf. Qb ieffiHe 
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Gbiasbur spfearheaded Ibe 
\msm while Lawapo, Pry(Nr 
I<f"p6wci5 l^d the, Kiikh^. 



pei 
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The Rams dropped the Ja^ars 
from the ranks ot the unbMm 
9A Pete Tltomas scored % pon^ 
to lead wc IUcds to a 9-U vic- 
tor>>. The (^Ams got good (kiea- 
sive acUoo from ends Ricky AI- 
d|^ asd dary B^ownJ^. li» 
ligyMrs claw^ irt. 4^ q>p^ 
e^ but youu M^e Itrai^ 
o0uM not ^t nis (Aaiges into 
Ram Vtmvxy, Tiow aad time 
a^kin Fete llKmias ai^ con- 
ptny threw l»tck the J^niar of- 
feu^. The Riams took a f-0 balf- 
tii^ k»d m the fliird perbd 
j^MicbN) over a tm^bdown firom. 
t^ 6-yd. line to culminate a 60- 
yd. dnve. Ike\« JcAoKxitsccffed 
ti}e extra pcrint 



teccxKl intf. 9ytch Pahi^r w^ 
in iMf S'IK^Ah^ bM the Mariiwrs 
lilted <»*^i«^iM«»io*. Time 
ras <Mt as tte ImrMtta 6ktm 
m ydi. taiMe Ae RuA H^e. 



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He Raitters op^ed ^ir sea- 
son with a hard-earned 7-^ vie- 
to^ over die UKkless ^v^iners. 
L^ by Edward l^^t^in and 
Te<kl^ TodcL tito Katers scored 
^rl^ iniA^ flrM pe^xl tten bekl 
c^ the detomiim Nfatfiners for 
ad upset win. Tfee RiMbn, who 
vm mt, same pta^^ area as tte 
Mariners^ tcx^t ^y were tbe 
Wirdop m tt^y oohptettsty 
dominated tte fin^ ImH. In the 




T^ Chargers, Ic^ ^ Steve 
TowNWn4 and Jteiry C^^oi. 
spc^^&e #ue Pev^ a 7-pcMnt 
i^ im| ^^ cap^ |«ck p tte 
s^^ kdi MHIitlnM *1 p^Ms 
to aoQie ^Mrl^M vi^wy «l 
tbe ^iM(Mu T^ ^e Devils 

tumped ifto a 7-Q l^d cm the 
kaiti runiwg of 9«o^ Warein^ but 
were iin^l^ to contain tiie swift 
Chargers in the second stanza. 
CteOfiM csMpKhj^ to the 
scoring were Omk kferkert and 
T^ ^&icj. Gaiy Harve^y, pie 
Devu ^paii^ sbiod out on de- 



"nie Pantb^rs cmened defense 
oC m^ crown with a i^ew coach 
and systedj ^t they picked up 
wlierc they fctt off by beat^ 
tbe Pla?a 32-0. Wu Q*irfen, 
last year's cwtstanding Mtdget> 
made bis d^but, an auspiciras 
one, 1^ s<»Hflg 13 points and 
leadi^ the P^ntbu^. £^n Ses- 
scrnis play^ a fbie ^me and 
oMitributad to the ca^se by cross- 
im ^ god lipe twice. Tbe 
Oweri-coa^b^ Pbza st^uad was 
lead by ycnmg hkm Qrady. 

MIDGET CTAMIHNGS 

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Yir^mlb^l# SOI^NBWS, "Ihursday, Octob^ 3, 1^3 

iircbwQQd Arsi 
FQQtbail Games 
Draw InUrast 

BBIOHWOOD-^Ii^rmedii^ Foo«bafl ^nes m the BtaY^hwood, 
l^yyM 9sA V\am, Malta area have caused considenAle excit«[i«sA 
f or tte b^ws, sMi nid the^ intrants partte^sttng in lAmtt eiwHis. 

At « M^at guie jdayed by tte Tlialia Ea^ and Plaza ^tar- 
n^Uate iaanks hM at tbe KempsvtUe Junior H^ Field, a litne 

tummit of erthu^a^c i^u^nts — '— — — 

WW8 pre^ y,P^ gjji^ j^ btous^ gold 

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parent and friends came to see 
lSa& Itialia CAeerfeadeii a group 
of ^Is between ttw ages of elev- 
en tiirou^ thirteen, which was 
one ti tbe k^fal^pvts of the ew- 
niog. 

Hie Tha&i Cheer^adera con- 
mi of tw«aty4wo girls ^pMoored 
for Vb& last two yeiuns {^ Mrs. 
H. .R. L^ttanc, wtf^ <»f a invy 
Imiteoani abtioned at Little 
Creek. 

tt £S her entttusiaaik^:^ u^ir< 
ing effort ^A increased ^ 
Cto^lead^ ipm tei to (he 
present twei^4wo. Urn yeu: 
«^ a number of fund raisii^ 
etforts, s^ has seen to it that 
they now Imw «^)rliil aui a^ 



tctc^ye uiuf<snis. Dressed InttNi. 



Jacket of white with ^ It^ett 
"T" ia goM and Uack. the fb|^ 
have perforsNd and ^I^bA 
\h» audwQc«. 

Meod)MS of ttie "l%aiia Clie»-- 
teada!^" are: Debt>ie saA I^ne^ 
I^ke, Lyiwtte K^y, Judy H«n- 
ming, Ka*Jjy Drews, Karen i^ur- 
brough, CsDdy Gamble, five 
Abies, yn<ta Hill, Jolim and ||^- 
ittone Barr, Juhe Knick, ^mxa. 
C^vender and Suzanne i^^ni^n 
all of Bircbwood. 

Mugwte IbcKeizie, Cait^ 
C^ier, Hden %iem%, Bet^ Da- 
vis, Uta Waitl and Donna tliro^- 
moiton all of Thdia. La<tt^^ 
^^ks&, and JPeggy ^kcmet of lid- 



Qity Footliall %^tM% 

Coolie School 

9 a.Bi.— iChights vs Raiders 
XO ^xri.—Q^f^f^ vs Marbi|rs 
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BMTKRMIEDIATE 
At at i ^n. 

Kempsville v%. Oceana at 
Oc«ana. 

Ara^ma vs. Thalia at Wood- 
stock. 

Woodcock vs. DiaaxHid 
Sprinj^ at SbeitPA |Wk. 

GrMnwu^ vs. Plaza at Kemps- 
vilte. 




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Th^ *Vctidn'*is provided by the type of V-8 engines that; 
have loade Mercury the new perfprm^ce champioi^ 
of the oie^ium-price field^demoii§|((^tfd in open coni- 
p^UtiOQ ii^dviding the most re^jei^t Pikes Peak GKmb. 
A 390 cu. in. V-8 is st^nd^d, a 42| :*'''-'^'-^'"^"*'"""'»»^0"'i^ 

¥^ opticmajfs And owty Merciiry 

oflfewtyoiitwa fntiitiy dperfnt 

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I MM Am Ife mmI in aB tkcM wav*: xnsk ptf- 
_ _^ tte i^M( ttxfom'** f^Mi'iB !« Wl lioiT Iq room, 
keiy:^^. Hid entry retmi. tpfere e«nk ^m<x — li laitcaae* bif (I7.t ca. 
^VAwI a fu' patter ttyiing dtaioe: ^7 Marauder stylti^ (above) or un^ue 
mteu^ny Q^^p ('^ht), wMl He miy rear win<fa>« that <y «i»far vmo- 
rtsraiDoriaQvI uKJks-JrtwJuWf Amsjoii C3^> i»to« 



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Allat«p.i«. 

Courthouse vs. Green^k^ at 
Oceana. * ' 

Aitigcma y%. Pia;ra at Ken^|- 
ville. T 

Diamowi Swings at Wood- 
stock at Shelton Park. 



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VolleybaU lea^^s an beiqg 
formed at ^h^te^u ^and ^taix 
M^^l^bui^- m ai| effo^ "to pt 
^>Hipetit!v^ tttuai^ns fcff a^ 
these two pl^g|bunds are fum- 
ing net-act](vi|ei compet^n and 
encourage aU g^ls who are inter- 
ested to sipi up with thetf difcc- 
tors. VoUeyt^l keagues fy$ bow 
are also beilg formed fb mn/^ 
care of the bi)ys not involved m 
foo6all. Fbr th^ past month, fte 
city's elemenfciry physical eduot- 
tioB program has been lettwing 
i^t-game activit'^ and it b hopi»i 
^at the interest and skiUs ac- 
quired will coltni^e in a carry- 
over to the aftet'-^hool tei^u^. 

Durii^ t^ pa^ week there 
were several excitii^ football 
games at Pembroke playground. 
On Thursday the Vikii^ bjMt 
the Colts 26-6 ami on Fr^y die 
Ergons beat tte Qiargen 7 to 6. 
In intra-pky^onnd games Kii^ 
GraM beat Sl^tbn Paik 34-0 
doA Thoroughly 33 to 12. 

Have you spUted. nail poli^ on 
your <fa^ ot ni|? Mrs. Anne 
S^lin^s fabric <^ tip for to- 
day w^ios us lu^ u% naA pc^h 
remover to get tl» spot (wt Many 
fabrics today are ixM^e <A loratbe- 
^5 and nail ppli^ ren^vcr wiH 
dissolve <tt«m. Tor tiie ^fest v»- 
thod, Mrs. Bta'lihg, IH^M^roi 
CMiui^ i^^^M for ^ Amer- 
u^ J)^tt^ ol Lfunderi^, wg- 
gests Qiese ^lia be Bjindtai 
witli prtjfe^tottaTidire. * 




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FOdTBALL ANCIENT SPORT IN HISTORY 



iraifc fbs^ldi, o^Kvge and afeit- 
mm or ixvivMes a n^ thriHing 
gpecttde tt^ footbaH — km^ (» 
n^ma ^oru in tl^ Untted 

It't m s^ bet ttiat fi^^ ^mes 
&ai« M IHwIy a hiflbvy. 

'FoMl»n is an ancient sport. 
A game <»Hed tarpastra was 
play^ by Ihe Spartans as early 
m'SOO B.C. In tiiis gwie a ball 
was kKked, fMB%d, <n- carried 
acrots die opiponents* goal line, 
acc^tNng to researchers for 
Comptom's fk^nd EKiyck^je^ 
duu 

Striking stmilu- to a modem 
footbril vmt the foHb, used in 
Roman games. It was made ci 
taitter and inflated wkh air, but 
evidently was |m^Qed by foot, 
not by nand and arm. 

A pane criled cal^ a modt- 
fkA rorni of har|Mston, enlivened 
ni^iKval toumamente in Italy. 
The layers. 27 on a team, u^ 
line and backfield formations 
similar to those of fortball today. 
Pmsm, xU&em and "the noble 
ladi^ and the peofrfe" dieer^ 
for thdr fawrites. 

A tnawl-Uke kind of football 
WIS i^^ fli BiqJaiKl as early as 
the lOh (»miry and by Ae 12th 
it had b^»nie a national prob- 
lera. Tlie game wm making Lon- 
don a bedam. In addition, it was 
diverting ^xnaa from archery, 
the spot that fit^ tfum to (te- 
fead Ai^and. Hence football 
wm \mmed b^ municipal laws 
and royal edK^ beginning in 
1 365 when Edward III decided to 
^^^fl»t the gaaw for nUkary 

Fwrt^ w» tkot fiiOy rein- 
MMd until tte 17th c^ntai^ 
f^WI CAaxte II aUowol mimy 
^verwWB iMAKrly {MtAMt^!. A 
raiwy pttUUsd m IWl mxxA- 
ei int goals w»e set diree or 
ftrar mllM t^M va^ two or three 
^utt^ ^ledi to fisy otiiers m 
^B^ ^M sptse^md over the 
ooutt^s^. 

l%e ^oit b^tti to titke A^- 
atte ^nn at boys* ^ools. Some 
e^ drew vp rulo. Ttese al- 
tow^ tihe I»n to be kidced, but 
not cairwd, tenrard tiie ^^1. 

One Nonnaber aftemocn in 
1823, mmeAiing smn^ hap- 
p&u^ irt Rng^y, a f amcHis boys' 
ueiafA. Hk aoore was tied in a 
fooA>^ 1^^ between two class 
t^MU. THsk WM i^ttimg. Sud- 
itady a jh^r mme^ Hlis "with 
a ms disr^aid ftx* the nites <rf 
fo^baU as pja^l in his time 
tocA the Ml in his arms and ran 
w^ W wx^ tfie g^ line. The 
«»»e was kkM aflowwL Tlie ev^t 



made history, however, and be^ 
ptt Ri]%^ lootbaM from whk^ 
Ae AmcrwM game is directly 
descended. A tablet at Rugby 
(xmm^noram EHis' explok. 

By 1863 Ae imt paoe ol 
Rumy had become very popu- 
lar, "frose who dung to the old 
idea that football should be 
played by kicking the 1^11 met in 
London and fonned the Footlwll 
Association. TTwreafter Ais game 
was kitown «» "Association foc«- 
hM" or "socs^^" a jumbled ab- 
breviation <rf the word associar 
tion. 

SocMr still holds to the pre- 
Rugby style of pme and uses a 
round ball. The Ml, after being 
put in play, may not be carried 
or toudied by the hands or arms, 
except by the goalkeeper. It is 
advanced chirfly by kicking and 
dribblii^ with Ae feet. A goal is 
scored when the ball is kicked 
BBdcrBeirtta the crossbar of the 
goal posts. 

Rugby, the parent of inter- 
collegiate football, is little play^ 
in Ae U. S. In Ae Briti^ Isles, 
however it is so important Aat 
di^wtes (wer rules are taken 
before an international bcwrd 
composed of representatives from 
Ae Rugby Unions of En^adr 
Sa)tland, Wales and Ireland. 
Rugby resembles Ae American 
g^me in that Ae ball is oval aiKi 
may be advancwd by carrying, 
passing and kicking. It differs 
ncrtably in having 15 men to a 
team and in pl»;ing a high^ 
premium cmi fi^ goals. 

FooAall probably was brouglrt 
to America by the English col- 
onist who estaUish«l Jam^^ 
town in \€07, Omo^ou re- 
sranAers poitt <Mrt. An mflated 
p^ blaster usually served as tihe 



ball for A««! early ^unes. Wom- 
en played, too, because Arowing 
and passing were more inportaiK 
Aan kk^ii^. 

Early in Ae 1^ coitury, 
footbaU games were friayed at 
Harvard and Yale to determine 
class supremacy betv^en free- 
men and sophomores. Hie 
"games" were hanily more than 
mass nirfies and "slug fcsts." In 
1 860 authorities at Harvard ami 
Yale ended Aese bmwis and 
Harvard students held a mock 
funeral for "Football Fi^rtum." 

An important step toward 
making ftx^mll a rero^ized 
sport was Ae organiTation of the 
Oneida Football Club of Boston 
in 1862. The fcwnder of Ais 
"first organized football club in 
Ae U. S." was Gerrit Smith 
Miller. 

f%rst FoolMI Gme Betwcoi 



The first American intercol- 
legiate footlfflll game grew out erf 
rivalry between Princeton and 
Rutgers. On Nov. 6, 1869, Ae 
contest took place at New Brons- 
wkk, N. J., and Rutg»^ won 6 
goals to 4. The gaane was played 
with 25 men, <m a side. A few 
days later Princeton vnm at its 
home field, 8 ga«k to 0, but 
riVafry between Ae tw) collets 
became so bitter that school au- 
Aorities forbade a thinl and de- 
cidiiv HBffle. 

In 1875 Harvard and the Mc- 
Gill University Footbril Chib of 
Canada mtroAK^ the Rugby 
principle of running wiA Ae 
ball. The two teams plaved part 
ot one contest under Harvard 
(soccer) rules and Ac remainder 
of Ae ^ne umte the Rugby 
rules of MoGin. Rugby imf^^ed 
Harvard play^s 90 fev<»ably 



JOB RBUME'S 
PomHots M ah Uv«b 

Your JOB SE^UICH n NOf a lADY LUCK prapodHon 



On Ae Goelrary. tt a a hwt healed ivomm of PiMBtac BntaMttm, 
Ratioui^ asd Tuum$ for tibe fmltkm You Wmm. Ow aettoB pro- 
pan u an left^nAed ^<e«aE Ae eaiae i^nw Hot com^aaim me » 
moilutiiis. Apci^en^yoiB-M>pQpm^iialBg*|woA!^oialaar«i« 
that. IjttapiniMM^KM. 

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Manager of Ae EFC Bi^Ma 
Office. Joe bwi^ his many 
friends and fonne- cu^omeis 
iDstopbianda^heilQ. 



I^tem Finance, a fong time attraction In the 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach area, now comes 
to Baj^lde. 

With eleven other offices in Tidewater, fast 
and convenient sen/ice are the big feature 
^ Hasten, 

If 3«»u ne«l cash . • . and you need It in a huny , . . 
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dial tfiey ^cul^ to i^^m^km 
what was cslkd the "somewhat 
sleepy type <rf game" then played. 

By 1876 the ri^t to run with 
the tell was genei^y rea)g- 
niawd. 

Here are otiier niilestooes 
ftom foott>airs lively history a 
noted by Comptan'i Pictured 
Encycl<^)edia: 

In 1873, die Univwsity of 
Mk:higan challenged CcHtiell and 
arrangements wett made to play 
at Qewland, 30 men on a sicte. 
The proposed game never took 
place because Andrew Dickson 
White, then president of Cornell, 
rule^: "I will not permit 30 men 
to travel 400 miles to agitate a 
bag of wind." 

In 1880, Walter Canp. the 
"father of American football" 
persuaded the rule makers to re- 
diK;e the number of playere on a 
team fr|»m 15 to 11 and to He- 
place "scrum" with sc/immage, 
whereby the ball was put into 
play either by kicking it or snap- 



ping k Iwk. TTie poiitiwi <rf 
quarto^badk imm i^k> onwtod in 

1880. 

In 1882 Camp introduced a 
rute calla^ fttf wrrender of the 
ball to Ae 0ppomm if die baN 
had not b^n adve^^ at least 
5 yards in thr^ plays. This was 
the origin of the 10 yards-four 
downs rule. 

In 1896, A. A. St^g helpid 
organize the Western Conference 
or Big Ten which picmeerwl in 
setting up and eirforcing eligibil- 
ity rwes an] wnateur ^andards. 

Ih 1901, Fielding H. (Hurry- 
up) Yost, foott»n corah at the 
University <rf Mwhigan produced 
a famous team built around a 
freshman, Willie Heston, which 
scored nearly a point for eadi 
minute of play. It amassed 550 
pointe in U games and kept its 
opponra^ wmipless. 

In 1906 the rule matera tef-- 
olutionized tbe ^me by tarrfaig 
all mass plays hkI intnxfau;ii^ 
the forwara i^iss ^nliidi 1^ to a 



Councii Passes Water Ami SeiMr 



VIROINilA BEACI^-Ciiy Coun- 
cil Monday «p|irav«d a $500,000 
bond issue of which $350, 
be used f^ water and aewer ua- 
provenients. City Manager W. 
Riusell Hatcbett aaid the water 
and sewer bonds would be reve- 
mie ffodudng. 

VrmamtAy tiwet ftnidfai wwM 
be ue^ after iha ^ nm^m m 
^temmi wiA Norft^ oil ttie 

more q)en sQrlc of jHay. 

Mae sp^stacuiar than eitho* 
$agg or Yost was Glenn S. 
"Pop" Warner wiw took over the 
feotMl team at the Cu-lisle In- 
dian Sch<wl in 1899 and subse- 
quently introduced the unbd- 
anced liw with sii^ aad dmil^ 
wing backs to crrate what wac 
cilled dw "Warner system" df 
(day. 

Prcrfeuitual footbaH started at 
Latrobe, Pa., in 1895, the Na- 
tional Poottwll 'League was 
formed in 1921 and in 1960 the 
American Footlxril Le^e be^n 
play with teams in ei^t maj<X' 
cities. 



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SAVEONVEPCO'SNEW 
LOW HOME RATE 

It cuts 3^r kiN>watt-hour cost for 
clothes drying and all your electric 
living. To qualify, include a Quick- 
Recovery el^tric water heater in 
your setup. Ask VEPCO for details. 



SAVE $125 A YEAR 
ON CLOTHES, LINENS 

That's how much an average family 
with a dryer saves compared to a 
': similar family using a clothesline, 
. according to the study reported by 
the American Home Laundry Manu- 
facturers' Association. Fast, gentle 
electric drying ends clothesline 
wear and tear, lets you use clothes 
and linens over sooner. That way 
you buy far fewer. 




SAVE$150N ELECTRIC 
DRYER INSTALLATION 

Look for the name of ^ur nearby 
Authorized Lh^e Better Electrically 
Appliance Dealer in the next col- 
umn. Ask him for full details on how 
to qualify for this special VEPCO 
installation offer. And choose from 
his display of the latest automatic 
electric clothes dryers. 

VEPCO 

VlliaNlA ELECTRIC AND PmKB COMPANY<^^ 





Can you afford not to have 
an electric clothes dryer? 



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AT THE BANK OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

YOUR SAVINGS STARTED EARNING MORE! 



ON OCTOBER 1, 1963 





ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS 
COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY 

AAarch 31st and September 30th ^ 





ON UYEAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATE 

« 

IN MULTIPLES OF 'lOO^ 

Up To $25,000 Above TTiat Amount By Neg<Hiati<Mi 



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^IMPERJAl 






oday, ttere is a totally new Imperial. Tomorrow, somebaiy will as! if you've seen it. It is far more than a new car. It is a new 
concept of what a fine car should be. The new Imperial is America's most spacious luxury car. It is also the quittesL If you 
admire fine cars, enter the quiet world of Imperial -The Incomparable Imperial for 1964. 

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where 
Aei^'s Ufe... 
ttM%*s Bud* 

InJOMtCttWi: Thm an inht^ing 
gmU ttmn ihrnigh all ^dwrnaer hn u tm r mt . 
Game am the 7 GMhrnKi^t ta foa^ny tk^Mum', 



wedc wd nMttotlMtt low A|p^ 
culfaral ^aWtwHon vA Coue^ 
vatkm ommun^ coiQ^tteM. 

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tlMi .^C Coa9(ty Caamm^ htt 
rala-ffd tiM foEpwtag tfile of 

. mtAmlba IMMt: J. J. Coo- 
toe, ii i^ CwM^poit, N. L. Do- 
zko-, C. S. Ftm^ A^A i^^ LJ. 
QObmi, W. H. Gfflia^ StuMt 
fvm «^ Joe Pe$i^ 

Kastpfi^ 0itirlct: A. C. 
Bromt, R. H. Dtfcs^ Jr^ G«»fB 
Fem^ l&atM fyeiam, ihiftas 
AsKhtt, W. P. abi^ a W. 
MeiE^ W. £. WeoA, Jr. 

IHuiio OMfkt: f . £. B<nji^, 
Jr.. Jkna^ ft^^ ^HpM ffloM- 
gan, C. O. FreeouuD, H»ioe lU- 
boo. Levy imtefaiint, Itevia 
Wimasii. Sted^ WiBttiitni. 

Seabotrd District: Offide 
Bromi, .Mvih Omi^, N. C. 
Uiid, B% IMbon. Bpbli^ lOd- 
get, R^ Memaui, B0r ftn^, 
Nnrie @iM^. Sdwpid Uptm and 
and "Wooiim Wk^ 

IDbree r^itor nMnben end 
two i^raiM ive to te elected to 
eMft comtfUto e. ^nHdllee data^ 
mesi vfll dw lervie m ^^^ 
to Ae coonty <noveirttai frtmv 
fte ^WC emuriy conunMee iM! lie 
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FCMZA — The PriDcen Am3 
Flaza Bairtiit Cbureh ivffl hold iii 
ioitkBition airvloe Sundty to Ito 

BM ftadtijr BdiMi, 1tatah« Ito- 
te and WJLU. mrian. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN- NEWS 



«S1^^INC THI WELD'S LARGEST RESORT CITY" 



Church Nemm 



TV Schedul« 



S^rtieo 8 



Vl^rNIA MACH, VIRGINIA, THLWa>AY, OaOBER 3, 1963 



View Of 
Bd^h 






wis tM t0m. ft« 4iB- afi thdr 
^^M^ uM ^ftour and gnuod. 
nrnffm amy find om ing^^iM 
mtaiQg tiut v^ to nako die 
trip to llw fiwmy (ttore fl«3« 
ihaa JM • «ecessHy to |^ 
43irQMih wMi m quiclUy as potsi- 

Nel^riKMrliood grocert knew 
41iehr dtttattert adl okwI abcNtf 
ttMi, and «iey m^^ frten^ !f 
yma iuve b^n looking for iM 
type of jrtOTe^ y«i vm find It on 
2%«d ^eet^bttwem Atkmic and 
^M^ A^mui te <^%ginte Beadb 
a»r«i^ — ttie ^ASDE MAR- 
KET. 

^. R. S. Mardu^ ^ Mr. 
E. L. R(Me t>egan Ok^ asnti^^ 
alo!^ vm tte Me H. L. Grepsy 

yean i^, aid Itey bwe iMik 
tbek te^nen of customer ats- 
fi^tpn wttb greidt irtl^lrai to de- 
tail, qu^ nierdiatt<Ue, «kd the 
en^oyniMrt <^ l^toi^mt st^ pet- 
sonn^., 

Becm^, tlM miny loyal cus- 
tonwi of tSM l^a^e l&uto 
«^« vei^ <U^in«i9ed to l^ti tM 
tl^ irtore «^ to be aold. If you 
ham Mt yet li^rd, Vm good mws 
it^MW. Mard^ has^^ded 
to mtry oi v^ tiM s^ue the 
mem u tfm^. Mr. Rose u re- 
ttr^ ji^ iffl^^pta«s to vlidied 
for lttr»^ ft It MtM^ rang- 
ed tiut, tl^ughnftiivd, hit fnend- 



VIRGINIA BUSINESS 
INDEX SHOWS RISE 

WH.LIAMiiURO-^Buw^ «kI ^pommic activity in Vir- 
ginia omdnued to riyw year-to-year ^o^ in AvguM, «%ording 
to the Viiginia Bu«nes« Iwkx Report. H<>«^w, ^e.mte oi g»o#A 
declined Kwewhat in nmijMriiMi wtt $^^^ m far in 1963. 
The Report is {wbllihed ntoMhIy iby the Kv^tA df Business Re- 
seanh ^ the Q>Hege <^ Willnm ara Mary lu^mr the diti«;tlon ti 
Max B. JoMS. 




Chdiw w^^Moel 



tiere around 
dielves. 



ffff tiNMe 9i you fdu do not 
kzmr <^ Ibe ^ rq>irtati<»i of 
this very l|>edid mi^rt>ortK>od 
fp^Mry, ouify your nort M, to 
ted St. You 1^ tM ^1 you 
dM. For you wQl ftid. not ool^ a 
pesonal wA^ine from Mr. 1^- 
i^, 1^ a slOTe fidl of tteou tow 
cMwr stoKK hoitbs to itodc. Anl 
if ^ere i^anM be a q)ec^ i^n 
you 4to mt find and you beonne 
a f^^itar <»ilmQer, It will be ob- 
t^ed for ym, no n»tter how Ut- 
tf e call tlMa« may be for tt fn»n 
olben. 

At finrt gfauK% it my look Uke 
a^ oI3m^ ^ore, but as you fidce 
tlie time to wmyier Chrot^, ym 
iM find, ak^ with tiie usual 
temds, «i un<»aunon amouirt 
of eg^M gwraMt foods aM 
q>io^ and presages, iniere is a 
«B(dee h(Nise on the pr^nins, as 
lieU as a <S«n 1^^ wliere 
ham are teked and ibe nvory 
^ioiiiUHm foods are prei»red 
fterii d^. Smwige is made fmn 
the sum origimd fonnula c<m- 
eooted by Mr. Gregory yea« ago. 
Hitbsi «t(»« is al» the ^^i^ida 
Ham a)nq>ai^ wMcb spedalixes 
in Vn^nia cui^d hann. Ilieae 
^^ial hams ^ee sb^iped ^ over 
the coui^, cooked or nw as 
weU 1^ bebag aM Im^y. OiriA- 
mas is a Iwi^ ^o^ ^ cu^nwra 
reortor yew irfte- year, timr 
iM8i3 are ^ o^ ilw h^h^, 
qu^y awl ore k^ refrifOTtod 
sei»i«te frcffii ttie fowl. 

iDeUvwy of^onters is pait of 
th^ service ami ehurge account 
we a piri^lege of re$^tr cus- 
tonm«. 1%^ store <^ not fra* 
tufe eompet^ra ptism wr spe- 
(jels as tte dudn ^rei oftoi do. 
■me Sea»te Ifor^ it ^^@ied 
anxind the mMmem trmta and 
Meds, iwIivWva^ mA pemm- 

my. 

•n» peraonnel wl» mrw you 
^m bemwm Mr. Matriiall md 
Mr. ^xme fflr a c«itoin«d i<M of 
172 yeai»«W§ii ^^ wtek fw 
iteitf . Tte aittM^ ^ anyone 
c(xine(Aed iMk tt« ^a^te Mo*- 
M to friwil^-^^ «» ««rto- 
met, wW mA Mw. a^ «M 
toe boss. 

V shopping h«i b^MM a 
Al^ted ^M« te y^ 3WU miM 
ten a toNHw d^ nito i ip^i 
o@»h» Imitv ceo^f to Cte 
S«ride MhM. (M ^itoam 
MttoiMUndad newtotttuMs 



A confMrtecKi nights thM a 
peak in trasin^s and «xiwxnic 
^Aivity may have been pii^$d in 
late spring or early summer. With 
the exception of utilities ai^ 
mfw^m^ advertising liiK»te, 
^e percentage change in all in- 
dwatws show^ tess growth in 
AuguM than in Ae cumulative 
ei^-month petnd of thu ysu. 

^OT Ae third c<msectttive 
month, building i^rmits r^ster- 
ed a year-to-year d^line, down 
19.3% from August erf 1962. 
This reflects a relatively (greater 
decline for August than for the 
eight-month cumutative period, 
down 11.8% from the first eight 
months in 1962. 

By contrast electridt^ ai^ wa- 
ter c<»isttmpticHi stood out with 
12.3 and 8.8% vear-to-vear 
gains resp«aiwly. Bank debits, 
up 5.4%, and retail sales, up 
3.5 % . also reflect continued year- 



to-year pirn. New car regbitra- 
tkms feifed^ diow ttie dnuoatic 
inctta^ of fM^^ing nM^», 
uo ^barely 1% over August of 
1962. 

All one ^xmotnk; indk^tors 
continue to shpw sufestantial 
^owth in ccmpaiiscm wMi Aujt- 
n^ of Ae 1^ pertod (1956- 
1^58). The armulative index c^ 
btfsiaett. awd ^^oomfe i»^y^ 
fw the first eight mcMtfhs of this 
year also rtftects |^t>wth with 
all indi^tori, except building 
bermits, jhQwJb^ ii^reases over 
the compimbie eti^-mcmth per- 
iod in 1962, 



FORMER NEWSPAPER 
fnm IS HONORED 



Smill Talk 

Vir^nia tf«i«h Hlfh School 



MissDnyls 
Program Finalist 

RAtEIGH, N C.^Miss Ann 
X^orsey Da.y<d Vi^ima B^ch, a 
senior at St, Mary's here, h» 
\^m named a lutticmd semi- 
AMit in the NaticMBl Merit 
Scholarship pro^ma. 

There are 13,006 semi-finalists 
throughout the imtion in the jHtP 
vram, ^b^ > mptmm» t«ra* 
thirds of twe percent d the hii^ 
school seniors in &e Uniti^ 
S^tes. 

Mi^ Day fwmedy atten<ted 
flie Country Day Sditxrf for Girls 
in Virginm Be^ where die vns 
an honor stx^f^. S3te is a mem- 
ber of the senkv class at St 
Nfary's. 

Miss Dav is die daughter of 
Mr. and Mr*. N^ E. CHiy <rf 
Virginia Bettch, H«r maternal 
wandparenfe are Mr. and Mrs. 
Julian S. Lawrence cd Viiginia 
BeKh. 

FQP lOPGE DANCE 

PRI^CESSf ANNE — The 
Princess Axmet FOP Lodge will 
hold a damze &tunlay at tfie 
FOP Club from 9:30 p.m. to 
12:30 a.m. 

Music for (knoj^ will be ftir- 
nished by Jay Ward and his 
Etebcmaires and entertainment 
wHl be sullied by members of 
tl» aQd»^. 

Steveral dance cont«ts will be 
featured during the evening. The 
dance is part of the club's regu- 
lar Saturctay night todal sched- 
ule. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Maj. 
Qen. J. Walter Squire (ret.) oi 
Virginm Beach |»ciented a Cer- 
tificate far OtttirtUKling Service 
to Augusts RcM)im Jr. in Hope- 
well recently, 

Robbins, form»- ^t<^ and 
prtilisher of die Hopewell News, 
w^ h(xi^^ by the Virginia Na- 
t^wl Onknl Assoct^ion ty 25 
v«n of unnix to C&smmy E, 
n6th WlMtry <old Ist Vii^^iia 
lU^n^itVand die Vu^ite N«- 
tkma! Guard. 

Ilia .«fils.#s^r8tsuek^Mis444l» 



"citizen. 



ever auriwi 

Ntifonal Oiird Association' 

U^ tina 200 
sddlers," Hc^sewell c^iciakt and 
repgnMntotives of the state gov- 
enuiiMt t^»4^ tlte {»«seirta- 
tk» cetemcMueis: 

Robbins is a past president oi 
the Virgmia fr^ A^ocfartkm. 



Music Club To 
Most in Norfolic 



Lirt Wednnday, the ^Mi <rf 
S^ptenAer, ttw toterOid) Cmin- 
cU of Virginta B^eh Hi^ SchMl 
held <lw pnA mmA^ of its 1963- 
M s^non. Predding over toe 
ineMhig mH schod vice^ifesld^ 
Bart l^Mlmta. Tlw teodty ^km- 
Sff of eMh di^ was alM preseit' 
aloftg -with Mrs. Z^urat, Stod^ 
Co-openrtlve Associitton ^oaxxt, 
ami Mr. J. M. iMmer, Fugii^ 
Be«;h Mi|^ Sdiool principal. 

Tin diartar of Qye taber<M} 
Cwncil provito toat each of the 
clubs <rf Virgmla Beach W^ 
School must rave a representa- 
Uve, pnteaMy CIk dub presi- 
deirt, ^«8eiH st eadi council 
meeting, t^ure to conii^ wiMh 
tola Mipubrtkm te^ to the dto- 
miml of the gulMy di^% pres- 
deni 

Presidehtly there are mne dubs 
in action at Vu^nia B(»di Hi^ 
Schodl Meh <d whidi was del& 
pted some chity at ^m coimdl 
neetta^. the Iti-IU-Y airi>, this 
year h^^ by Lynn CosteidM- 
der, was ^ven duoge of tl» Eas- 
ter AssenAly while the Y-Te«i 
dub, headed t^ WaiKlai Crush- 
GtM, wt@ Moated the Christmas 
A^Mil^. the upK^ming Tbanks- 
^vij^ Asi^ly wifl be dk«cted 
by the luntor-Civitan Gub, h^d- 
ed this year by Spencer Lott. 

It was didded toat all duba 
tius ymr Aall be re^onaiMe for 
2 tauffieto be»rds, one «£h sem^- 
(er, tb^ M <^ wiikft wiU be left 
to toe ttMii^ ^ toe Vutaie 
Ta^ihen of AqtertM <^. U was 



die Wgitiia Honw Sodi^, iieaM to . 



NORFOLK ~ The Schwzo 
MuKC Qub wlU hdd its IHt 
fwrnal meetim Wt^nssday frt toe 
Hermitage in >Iorf oik. 

Mii» F. L. Sawyer Jr., pro- 
gram ^airman, will iittronice 
Mb. %€b(tt Maddock who will 
dacua "TTie Arts, Pre4!i8tory 
to 800 A.D." 

Mrs. FrapKi^s ^ms mil outline 
currrat ei^ato aod Mrs. E. B. 
Gmy wiU ^gese^ a hymn Mudy. 

Performers wUI iwdude Mrs. 
Neel Porter, Mrs. John A. Hal- 
vorsen, Mrs. O^^rge W. Ounp- 
bell and Mrs. Felix Hardin. 



IHietatf, tfnfl kle H^pomaAe tar 
toe Use zaklng cereowmes trom 
St^mAer SOttk iffitfl Oct UtSi. 
Hie !^er<fab Ooun<^ fslans a 
mogtlng ODoe a mtisrtb aft 'w^ildi 
ea£b Sa la «[pecled to be repre- 
Motod. At ea&i meefttog ^be pres- 
id«^ of every chri) acre iKldition- 
t^ ei^tected to sutmiit both oral 
and writtei repoils of their chibs* 
a(AhrttkM. AMbou^ at tois tone 
tite I. C. C. ta^ no define spon- 
s(»', tt is specidatod that ^. Sha- 
Mtord, toe i^w high school 
d»iiu9^ tow^her, dii^ <kmate 
his services. 







DEY PTA OPEN HOUSE 

GREAT NECK— The John B. 
Dey School P-TA will hoU 
"open house" Tuesday at 7 p.m. 

A short busine^ mating will 
start at 8 p.m. RefresbmeiHs will 
be served. 

Registration for P-TA mem- 
bership will be held during die 
evenii;^ 

OHkxri fOT toe group m%: 
Mrs. Edmoiul Respess, {resident; 
Mrs. Richard Schindler, via 
president; Mrs. Garland Layton, 
treasurer, and Mrs. Robert Itoer, 
setavtary. 

mutual Srounds 
Beautified 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Mutual 
Federal Savings and Loan Associ- 
ation has just completed ex- 
tensive iihiHOvwnents to its office 
at 1201 PacifR Avenue. 

A new mamteiiaiMx building 
hM been constructed, widi toe 
ardhitea^ure in keeping with the 
main building. Site imfnovements 
iiKlude extemive plai^ngs wito 
trellises, bkd baths and c^her 
acfemments, adding to the at- 
b-activei»ss d the business area. 

Preskient Oayton Q. Nugent 
explained thi« tM Virginia 
Bewh ^KO}ect m in keying with 
die firm's (mitimii^ pc^y of 
makilMi Mutual Federal i^Kes 
ple^i^ awl in^^^ in appear- 
aKe to dM! »Ms ttey serw. 

The iNeMc Kvtmm oiRcx <rf 
Mutual F^ftl WM mencd in 
1955. A seeMd Vi^iila Bea<^ 
offi^ m 9415 Vki^rfa ^mOk 
Boatevwd WM opened m 19^ 




Mr. aiKi Mrs. Asa B. NeU%ar 



Secretary Course 
Attrstcts 1 4 at P.A. 

LYNNHAVEN — Fourteen girls are presently eim>lled in 
Princess Anne High School's secretarial science course, acccwdii^ 
to P.E. Stewart, Vocational Offi(» Training Coordinate' for the 
school. 

This is the s«:cmd year this program has been trfferwl at Prin- 
cess Anne. Last year's 20 graduates have all been p^«d wito 
reinitable firms and are now 



marking as fulltime secretaries, 
St^vart mid. 

Open only to high school 
senkxs or postgraduate, the pro- 
gram offers students the oppor- 
tunity to earn while learning. 
ClasSK are conducted at the 
schocH until 1:30 p.m. then toe 
students are free to work in the 
itfteraoons. They are required to 
work at least 15 hours a week. 

All enr<rilees must have 
passed elemeirtary courses in 
basic business and two years of 
typing. Stodents preparing for 
stenogntfriiic jobs should also 
have aompleted one year of 



Classes Open 
To Adults 

KEMPSVBLLE— Rcflstration 
is now (^n for Adult Classes 
being ^xmscxed by the Virginia 
BefKh Recreation Department 
located at Union Kem|KvilIe 
Hieh Schocrf. A full range of ac- 
tivities are available to both men 
and wcrnien, young adults or 
those of advanced years. 

Courses are offered in Arts & 
Crafts and Ceramics of which 
Mrs. I. C. Wilson wUl be the 
instructor. Mrs. A. M. Lawson 
will be in charge of the Millinery 
and Sewing classes. Mrs. Alice 
Bell will be the instructor for 
toe Knitting class. 
ir H. %,. Valentine and J. L. 
Perry will be in charge of the 
two divisions of General Home 
Repairs, where emphasis will be 
on making alticles from wood 
and metal and makine repairs to 
fsmall household aopllanc^s. H. 
C. Benjamin will share his 
knowled)^ of gaitlening wMi 
others as he takes charee of the 
class in Horticulture. Parlian^n- 
tary Procedure and PuMic 
^seakin^ will be taught by Mra. 
L. L. Carter. 

C::all OY 7-6262 and reeistor 
now. Ctess^ will be held Tues- 
day and Thursday eveninp trom 
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Cli^ b^m 
Oetobrnt 15. F<w tor^ 'atoa^^ 
tioii can GY 7-6^ 



shorthand wih a grade of C (V 
better. 

Enrollees have their dioice of 
either stenop-a;:rfiic mxk w book- 
keeping. The staio^afriik; course 
dsp offers bainii^ in various of- 
fice machines. 

Vocational Office Trainii^ 
benefits the studerHs by preparii^ 
them a career through cm-the- 
job supervision but it also enables 
them to determine if (^ice wwk 
is what they are best suited far. 

One of last year's students 
found that she did not enioy ot- 
ficc work, Stewart said, and 
changed her courses to better 
equip her for nursing school. 

This program is sponsored by 
the Virgina Beach Public 
Schools but the cost Of the equip- 
ment, which amounts to about 
$5,000, is shared by the State 
Board Of Education. 

Once a student is placed" in an 
offia as a part-time em|:rioyee, 
the VOT coordinator checks 
once a month with both toe sto- 
dent and employers. 

"This way any problems that 
might arise can be irt^ed out," 
Stewart said. "If a student is |»r- 
forming inferior wcM-k in one 
area we can stress that weak 
point during the school training 
period." 



Fire Prevention 
Weelt Oct. 6-12 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
week of October 6 torou^ Oct 
12 has been ctesignat^d "Fire 
Preventi<» Week" In Virginia 
Be»:h. 

In re<»^to>n of the work of 
our fire d^Mtftoieirts ami toe ne^ 
fo 'i>7metiee fire fsi^nentkm m^- 
o^ Ma^jr Frank Tkss^ this 
wert MMd an of&hl {nroclama- 
km d^gnating the period as 
"Fire Preventom Week.* 

"WWk we are j«rto:ulwtv 
<^3^izaBt d fire iweventton at 
tois p^iod ot toe ymr k is 
absdi^ly essential to the well 
being ol a cmnmunity to pru^tim 
fire preventkm throi^hMtf. ^ 
year." tite Ma^x Matod. 



GREEN THUMB CONTEST 
HONORS SHARED BY 
PEMBROKE NEIGHBORS 



PEMBROKE — The Green 
Thumb Contest at Pembroke 
Manor rKently closed and was 
won by two close friends and 
nei^b^ 

Taking homrs for first friace 
was Mr. and Mrs. Hubert M. 
Winfield, and soxmd pU^x, Mr. 
and Mrs. Asa B. Netli^u'. 

"We've known each odter for 

Ers and we do everytoing to- 
ler" Mrs. Nelligar said ab<Hil 
neighbors, the Winfieids. 
"We bowl tether and last 
spring we iHaced first ami second 
in the tourreunents too." 

The Winfieids and the Nelli- 
^rs planned their gardens to- 
getoer. They passMl friendly 
hints, new information and prize 
slips, back and forth. 

Their hard w«rtc ^owed in 
their gardeie whk;h in both cases 
were accented with Scarlet Sage 
and banded with white petunias. 
The judging of the contest in- 
cluded points for lawn care, all 
over planning and coordfb^on 
between house and grounds. 

The Winfieids live at 4616 
Crown Poiirt and the Nelligars 
at 4624 Crown Point. Third 
pi«;e went to Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 
ard M. Luxfbrd of 4701 Valley 
Forge and 4th plKC to Mr. and 
Mrs. Albert Lumbert, 416 Kel- 
tam R«k1. The bkick wumers 
were Mr. and Mrs. William I. 
Roper, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. 
Bierbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- 



ARAGONA DANCE SAT. 

ARAGONA — 
Community Recrration Center 
will sponsor an adult dam:e SeA- 
urday, October 5th, at 8 p.m. 
The event will be held in die 
A.C.R.C. buUding at toe eml of 
DeLaura Laite. 

The dance is beii^ held to 
(^lebt^te the completi<M^ of the 
seciHKi succMstol year for toe 
A.C.RC. 

Mu^ will be furnished by toe 
Oceanairs. The'r^uested ctona- 
tion is $1.00 for members and 
$1.50 tor mm-members. Ice, Soft 
drinks, tad ocrffce are provided 
free. 

For information w reserva- 
titms call &mdy Dunnington 
497-0823 or Ike Snyder 497- 
2162. 



MISS STDDDS IS STUDENT 

WELLESLEY, Mass.— Marv 
M. Studds, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Colin A. Studds of Lynn- 
haven arrived recently in Welles- 
ley, Mass., to attend Pine Mamx- 
Junior Colle^, a small, two- 
year liberal arts college fw 
women. 

Miss Studds attended Princess 
Anne High School before am- 
ine to Pine Manor. 



n^ Hearsum, Mr. and Mrs. 
• Jack Massre, Mr. and ybn. 
Joseph Maquire. Mr. and Mbgik 
Garland C. Price. Jr., Mr. Ma 
Mrs. Chester H. Crosanan, Mb", 
and Mrs. George R. Comii^ 
Mr. and Mrs. Qiarles G. Him- 

fer, Mr ami Mrs. William A. 
errel, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred M. 
Johnson, Mr. ft Mrs. James Bot- 
ttme, Mr. and Mrs. James Mor- 
ales and Mr. and Mrs. MoiMe P. 
Howell. 

All winners received <»rtffi- 
cates and the first fmze was 
$75.00, seamd $50.00 and third 
and fourto were $25.(X) each. 



Cavalier AssL 
Manager Named 



VIRGINIA BEACH - 
M. Williams has been mflMd 
a^istant maimger of the CavaMR' 
Hotel and Beadi and CalMfla 
Club, actnrding to aA animimjtx- 
ment l^ Gemral Mani^er 
Carles S. Krummell. 

William, who is presently mwi- 
ag@r of the Westwood Qub to 
Richmond, will assume his new 
duties November 1. 

Before' moving to Ridimond in 
1961, Williams was reservatiom 
mana^r of the Cavali^ and 
execUtore secretary ami reserva- 
tions mam^r of the Sir Wal^. 

From 1953 \m4 1961 he was 
employed in the ftoM offK% d^- 

Va., and served as a^t^iM re»- 
ervations mana^ to»e frmn 
1957 until 1961. 

A native Virgtniaii, W^lUaaEs 
was bom in Covii^on im at- 
tend^ sdM(^ ttere. 



Tiiaila P-TA To 
Meet Tuesday 

THALIA — The 11iali» 
mentary School Parert Te 
Association will hold its 
regular meeting of the y^r on 
Tuesday evenii^, October 8th at 
8 p.m. 

The event will be "Oped 
House" for fnrents and teia^^ 
so toat the parents will hai^ a 
chance to visit their children's 
classrooms and get acquainted 
witii their new teacher. 

First grade modiers will be 
hmtesses for the occasion and 
serve refreshments. 

Mrs. R. C. Pan«»st, Publicity 
and Scrap Book Omkman wito 
the assistance of Mrs. PaUl L. 
Chevalier, Jr., are in the iwocess 
of cmipiling a ^ar book pro- 
gram to be presented to tifte 
f^rents at this meeting. 




Troop 378's First Eagles 




John Ortt (1^) ud Louis Httobud (wtM^f 'tfqrily te 
Ea^ Scout Awarck jvesented them last W^^tey i^pt to 
ceremcMUK at Virgmia Beach Mediodist C^ur^. Ttey me tte 
first soom to earn E^ 1»(^ to Troop No. 378, ifnttorad 
bythedtai^ J^nutoescnof Mr. aadran. IlR.Q§^&0u». 
is tiie SOD of Mr. and Mn. Louis C IMhtiA. OMce riMa} 



ja ^mA% mH-mm, Thursday, O^b^ 3, 1963 




Apriaultiural Afff^t 



m m,tL nNCK* c^ionu, m. 







mJOY NMWI mANTS 

have it" is a fftoiiliar expression; 

our sPPIHIrrai. W« out 
eojoy a* uw <H our wild flowers 
uA itu liave tiiem, if we do so 
ttlif«MftiOy. TtOs is what we 
ABtn bjr ooMervation. Use Ite 
pl|^ i)lM|;tr so thaitfmcan liave 
#1^ and ^Jiey can pcfpeluaU 
tiMnielVM. Some ptanto are not 
raj productive Md ^Kwld be 
piclDed or tiaittplaiited very tptr- 
m^, tf at all. Odien may be 
uaad more treely. 

The vegBtaitive cover provided 
by native i^aats, or wbat we term 
"mteral vegBtation" is <N)e of the 
«%s tmie •mtM. Ankm m 
could not exiat in a world devoid 
of plasts, and man WoatU is en^ 
tirriy dependent upoo fdants for 
his extateoce. Ttm vo g Btsti on of 
**» ^ast ages devrioped (be com 
dvtalcfa areeaiential in our 
lives tsdajf. the •ollk«r «vr tuna 
owe their fntility 1o the ve^eta^ 
(ion of the past. 

WvOe agrieidtuiie has made 
ffwm grofRppB in developing cul- 
tivMd pbnts 'wliicih produce 
samt luxnilaiitly than tbeir na- 
tive anoeHoni mtjtvt fdants are 
atiU of cmt iiu i wrt M we to us. 
llocfa of tiie plant materials of tbe 
mamifactuiteg and agriouStunI 
iatfoatiiea atffl couies from native 
vMBtailion. The very oammon na^ 
tH«^]dant8 are derogatoray oaBetl 
weMs. ynvie weeds do trouble 
u« in our fields and «ard«oi at 
tiibi^ ittiey are useful in many 
w«y8. Commonly, they are exad.- 
11^ in their toU reqi}itements, 
add nuey quickly take posaesalon 
of denuded areas or abandoned 
fieUa^ awf Iwiping to prevent 
gOk fovHttddJU^kl geaerd en>- 
.'>K>n. Organic matter from their 
d^fisy ai4» fnait«i«]]y in develop- 
ing the soil. BBoro ne dg e baa 
Iwtt oonsldend by aofne pappte 
M ft fwtim «ad hey field pe^ 
In reality, it ia « bleisifig a nftxqr 
anae ot ouvfiflad land have been 
aaVed from ejteqsive ^rooon Jjy 
t#edfle. W^ea bnx»n-«edge 
itollipeKr toepMlHre, it 
writing on the wall," 
^ that f^rtilizBAion and 
^ ^ maaaMHWDt la needed. 
Many of our 4nia are derived 
froQi plant mateiials. Even the 
aaA Acmy of our onnmenttl 
jpbms have been deyd<^>ed from 



l^at 
^ i»w fattiore4 80 4a* 1^ 
lA nm frit ff |« im^M 
foot me. Dogwood m uttea 
i^Nised by wnx^ faaodling of the 
ft^ li»zntf to^^ «l^ CH^ 
tilMI Id tete MMM. fbe ttor vil^ 
irids ^Mxaec^ ofied petab of 
te Am&r) around eaxh duster of 
aPMlB fl owca ^tttt ^ery cpitekly 
unl^^ ih^ aie pxA^ed fitun 
diyh^ aff aurents Halite varying 
^»^ hoBoe. 

4. Do not pul aB, or even moat, 
of ^ leawee <Ht a piant irtien 
ptiieltag Amkvs. tt^neoftor fhat 
Oe ^v^ serve m .flie ^kcbm 
of the fda^ and tt«t ^y foe- 
pare a faui^ ^ttai of tlie food 
lequiPKi by tiie roo^ and otiber 
pprts <rf ti» -fitx^ Wtm one 
^itliHV Oe ftnrars of ydlow 
hKJfy^ 4afer, or ii^ BU^ nxut 
<rf the ^v» «« laken, tlnis 
weefaning the rente and r^nain- 
isf i^n^. 

5. Do oat piA idi ttie floMn 
(tf a t^mt. A^ the 0mmi 
coniiB ne aMa, wiraun, ann^ 
Mwe eaongh Arn^s for a eoQ4 
csep of seed. Seed me iH|Mrtant 
fnr tite peqMtaallan of fl» qie- 
dea. ^e biar ta nhid thait s^ 
of &at^ piasti vte ^Nn mtoe's 
^^viitei iar fool for wBd antam^ 
Wt tln'JMi^ ttie <wMer SMaon. 

6. Do iMt ttsm^mi native 
plants tiKN^^^y. Ckm^dier 
aa^e^iS^ (he wvizoniaent M 
vUdi ymi ^ the ^tnl Omving. 
Chi you ^e tt Gas sams ccbkU- 
4kwi m your Iwme grwniBl! 
HMts vrt^ ban 0»wn intbeto 
ttttw binnla «#atf taw qoead. 
B^ fool iplMi^ Imm» omiMt be 
as r^lS^ Ittsii^aated ss csn 

finis vriMi liaaalfy hive 
a nere ^balMid loct tgitisn. i 

7. H^ ottes to Mquoe a 
tiwe i^feecMte of aa^e ^nis 
as4 # ftp f^^le by feikmiqi 
a v itt^raan of cons«rffrt3<m. ii^ 
ppjH^ittwi ^bnis iradffiitanding. 
^ WMOoqnii phn* JdMly "ve 
(^ inn^^^ ff3»d chQdr^ 
mk f^um^0,4evti^ an inlir- 
i^m and a feve tat our n«^w 




OR 



RILITY 




THE HINDICA 




f^ft^^ &nployin*nt ||»rv!« 



the «ea is amafl, or a jiaaA rswr- 
vatiofi over a large area, tteis pre- 
snrving a typical v^rt^on mi 
weQ as species of pta^. Mro- 
duoe other native ^i^ of tim 
^fftmn&ng f^od.' Use nidi 
i^mi'ysvm^ lor edtoitkHiti 
INirptMes tediAs, «dMKds ai^ tiie 
pidlic. 



IbbslbaiAiiaMi 

IwbffllifalMhl 

^^WI^H^^ ^^^^^^" ^^^BB^^w 



Z«ni»— liq^ 



., _ doc- 








flhioe our uttve vegetation b 
of-.:» niodi laqwitaiice, it be> 
hooves us to conaerve it thnx^^ 
proper usage and f^roteetien. 
iw conseri^atiolfr oonatfat of te 
uriiiif use of the vegetaiUon and of 
the Indtvidw^ qiiedes which mtfs 
ft tifi. fn ^^n^ing • program f<r 
^ant conservation we camwt 
lie a definite list of plants to 
T&i, amoe no one list wipuki 
fit aii sections of Virginia. Even if 
the saoie plants i^a preaent hi 
two sections, the conditions und^ 
which (iiey grow may vary ap 
widdy as to require very differ- 
ed MsMnds « to tiwir vm. tte 
fi^pri^ set gf tgps ai^Mf 
^^1 ^nt <SMrfirviMn 
^ ae^»s of tiw state 



Twfituii. RUSTIC mm 



i, rraaarvie 9Bd protect idtS'- 
eattng ptant ^tfNt*** &A niiuiii 
»ets. l%roiii^ tte aKAMty of 
^te lor ^Mff ^0^ bunt out 
voi^MsA stBas wttttie ^ms ftttds 
an upusi^ a^ntesnA of native 
piante. fn idabes of tl» kiiri ^ 
fattUt a ^itive plant prtei, if 




Note how (raeetvily this fenae 
takes the curve. Up and 4o#n 
terrain efiiallx aeconable. 



iHTtSTIC-QURAIII 



No npkeep reqnired for tUs to^-U^ 
iMgcr it age* the more bmiatifni It " 
to IwtaU. f^instnactioiia {omished. 

BILL MACDONALD'S 

Va. |ea|li Luml^lr & Supply Co. 

'lumber and Plywood cut to alx^ 

HepottMe CtmtaaeUm and Cufatoa 

GA 649tl 

OPEN SAtURDAYS - ALL DAY 

HAI^DWARE— BUILDING MATERIALS 
Better HomM and Gardens Idoa Ceotar 




LOAN 
8TBONG 





torw^tythtng 



raatafiu of pj an rf isd 
"IfflanB abundant in 



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Mortgogt loans 
If r Mcan^W 



Ae^unto Intur^ yp to $10,000 

I A BEACH FEDERAL 

f§f l^gs iind Loan Assocfatfaiii 

S10 . 25th SHiMt Vii^inia ieach, Vnvinla 

Hieno QA t4$$% 




IT'S BUILDERS StIPERMART 




WNTER 
WW'T 
WAIT!! 

You shouldn't eifherll Call us 
now for FREE HEATING SYS- 
TEM INSPEaiON. No oblrga- 
tion— Radio dispatched truc^, 
staffed with our heating ex- 
perts are waiting for your call- 
Complete heating service ar»d 
Installation with guaranteed 
satisfaction. DOi^T WAIT - 
WINTER WONTHI 




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MUUCMMIM KU(T 

With winter o«n(ng on now if th« 
time ^ protect metal surfaoM wMl 
Awifo-Rust Primers, Arestp-Rust 
Primers have ©ut-perfofrntd «T»flriy 
known brands of 
metal printers ... 
and Ardsio - Rust is 
pric^ much lower. 
Ft>r maximum pro- 
tection and big 
value we re<x>m- 
HHind Lucas Ar^to- 
Rust, 




YOURCRE DITISGOOD 




PLUMBING £ 
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-Itt nis<fs, enwIeM. 

sraaniid saupii 
^ valua, h^ flavorl 



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-a ahaip dw^L New Pawphlfg ^ ^mbw 
IMS su^ zip 'n fting thrt It r^ imb ^^n{^- 
FLAVOR ^« from ttw car^t 




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Say, M<^er— Help hnmh flat "Astn^ut" of youn too fte ^ctice ^ tom.^^^^ooura^ 
hiM to taiy UnM Statw Stviiip ^^» meh wck — at tta port <rfffc. m Ramp Diy at 
^ort. Witii Ae fim Mmp ^irdhiMd, he'll receive a ccrt^^ i^^ by j^ mm Mwcury 
A«ro»uts, makii^ htm a Jmm Asttw^t. So remio! him, to buy fl»t first Savfim Stamp Ws 
w^k, ami ke^ on buyi^ fliem fMtnhriv out of h« earning or alfciwance 



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JOY FUND TIME 

IS APPROACHING 

LEAVE OLD TOYS AND 

ARTICLES AT NEARBY 

FIRE DEPARTMENTS 

VA. BEAGH JOY FUND, 



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FOITHtimMlOiillEXTIIili 



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FoHbpsQwdlity Heaffng Oil 



CA 8-3600 



Expert iurnir. Service 



CA 8-3600 



^tomatic Keep-Fill Delivery 



^^^ CA 8-5600 

Monthly Poyment Budget Plar\ 






Use SUN-NEWS Classified Ads 



'64 Jet-smooth Luxury CHEVROLET 



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Besides looks, ride and power- whafSs so special about it? 

(its so reasonably pr^d) 



Kind of lea-^ the Wgh-priced caw »m8 explaining to do, wouldn't you«y? 

Long and luxuriowi— with a fresh-christened look that almost mak^ 
you feel ioihebody itowild to 'breaking a chami»gne bottto on its prow, 

Kiehw roomy Interiom with aubtle new blending of colow and fabrics. 
Like the ultra-aoft vinyl iqjhoblwy in the new Impala Sui»r Spdrt Sertes, 
And the foam-cu^ion«i front and rwtf seate and doOT4o-door 
carpeting, now aUndard in all models, Including the mo^at- 

pri«NJ Buwayna. 

A chok» of «v«i engines, no taa, with output an the way 
up (say when!) to 425 hp.* 



CHEVROLET 



KM « ehdee of fouf smooth tranBmksioM— fr(»i tiitonm^* to 
4-«peed Synchro-MeA*— to go with them. 

And underlying it all, the opulent fed o* Chivw^t'a Jefr«Motii 
jiifo—Mtmething some of the expensive makea irould dMr^ tovB to <^um 

for tbemaelYeSc 

Hatter of £act,itlw moit rmpshx&t and notiMabla 
dlfferau^ between this beautfiul new 1964 Oievrolet and 
tiM high-priwd cars is the pri« itself. 

Let your Chevrolet dealer show yoa bow mv^ hmny 
tiiat msonable Chevrolet price now bt^t. *^^mtdmt^im*Mti 



Sm flw wtlri» dWwsat Hiios of ears at yw mmm Pumnm-m mmX^, CWEmU, CTEVIf % CWMt I CMWCTTE 



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Virginia Beach, Va.6D5 ■ 607 Seventaaith St 



Ifo^Soaiai 



Your soeU security provides 
a ^m nMlMi<^ again^ thne 
na^ \mmm "rWcs": oW-i^, 
disiMUty, iu^ i^A- 

It is impoMnt tt> remen4)er 
dM ii|s ptoffvti ixovides thb 
tfme-^y p»o«etitii — that », 
not cfAy for retir»nent b^wlits 
in dkl 1^, butlilso Ux ii^vidiial 
and family |»^«nts if you be- 
Qcmc too &iM^ to irork, and 
paynwnitt tor your fittnily if you 
should die. 

YcM may write to the near^ 
Social S«»rky Office fw two 
free p^lkatkms that will heH> 
you to uo^rstwid the typ^ of 
protec«i«i ywi are buying wWi 
Uie social security taxes you are 
payi^: ' 

ftwktet 35— "Your Soctal Se- 
cw^— ^whkh explains simply 
the main f«^ of the prc^nun. 

Leaflet 855— '*Sediri Sccwily 
B eaetts ** — whkh ' explains how 
voU earn social security credito, 
how many cte^a^ or units erf cov- 
erage you i^ed for benefits to 
be payable, and hem to e^mate 
the amoant trf your benefits. 



Virginia l€a#i SUN-NEWS, Thursday, Odqbef 3, IfW 






PARftIS ISLAND, S. C. 
(FHTNC)^Marii« FrivatI Ken- 
iKth L. Nijtufrio, scm of Mr. and 
Mrs. Samuel S. Nimnto of 5308 
Virginia Btech t:A»d., Vii^ia 
&^, oom^i^tA basfe traming 
lecrally at Ae Marine Oor|» 
Recruit Depot, Parris IslaiM, 
S. C. after «^ich he will report 
to Camp Lejeune, N. C. for ad- 
vanced infantry training. 

The intoeh^ recruit training 
covers drill, teyn^t training, 
|Aysk»l ocHKlitionii^, {trades 
and (»rem(mies and other mili- 
tary sul^Mts. 

He spent Aree wfeeks on the 
rifle ran|e, firing the M-14 rifle 
and re^iv^g iratriiction in o^r 
infantry wttepcms. 

Recruit trainii^ prepares him 
for further speciaUzea trainii^ 
in a service school or fmr duty 
with a Ftoet MaHhe Fwce unit. 



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ALIGNMENT 



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CAR* 



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2. Corracf Cambor 

3. Corr«et Toa-ln 

4. InapM, nghton, 
Adjust StMringi 




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Our VtaaaMMr. 



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To Pay! I 



BRAKE 

ADJUSTMENT 

1 




19 



On all 4 whotls. 
Add fluid If 
naodad, cban and 
rapack front 
¥fhool bear infls. 



BRAKES 
RELINED 



$1395 



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OTHERS SLIOHTLY 
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OCEMA VA. BEACH NORFOLK 



ALFRED A. tGE, JR. 

SHAW Ara, S. C. — C^jfe 
Alfred A. ^ Jr. dt Vifginia . 
Beach, a member of the : 
AFROTC unh at Virpna Poly- i 
teclinic Institute, has MMtifrieted ^ 
four weeks of indoctrimttion m," 
various phases of ofm^tions aC 
diis base. He is tfie son of Mr. 
and Mrs. A. A. Ege of 744 Caren 
Drive, Virginia Beach. The aidct 
will be elffiMe tat appointn^nt 
as an Air Force second lieute»- 
ant upon completion 6f 
AFROTC training and gradua- 
tion from college. 

RICHARD D. BAARA 

OUANTICO. Va. (FHTNC). 
— ^Marine Rkhaitl D. Barba, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. William H. 
Barba of 625 Lake View 1^^^,^ 
Virginia Beach, completed "|"'* 
course for senior platoon leacferf 
July 20 at the Marine C«{»' 
Schools, Quantico, Va. 

The summer course trains col- 
lep students seeking commis- 
sbns as Marine officers. The sen- 
ior class is attended by graduates 
erf junior classes during previous 
summers. The cwirse covers tlw 
individual responsibilities of lead- 
ers, tactical control and em|^y-' 
ment of (X>mt«t units. 

ThcMe completing die course 
win be oxnmissioned s^ond lieu- * 
tenants in the Marine Corps Re-H 
serve upon graduation from col-.; 
tege. 



Hsalth Hints 



&i^ have a backache? 

Abnoat everyime (toes nam aad 

then. All the way from t dufi, , 
uncomfortable ache to dlarp, ik- 
moat incapaciting i»in. 

Some phyadans cretttt sofl^. 
beds, suti chain ami the ott^,. 
«Nnf(Hls of modem civiliai^km 
wkh an increase in Che number 
of persom who suffer £ram tow 
back |Kun, sif% Today's HeaiSi, 
the ma^zine of the Ameri<» 
Medical A^odaticm. 

Once ca^d Iwnlkago, bade 
pain is often caused by piXH' pos- . 
ture, ob^ty, ill'fMting or iiup- 
propriate slK>es, a ae^ntary life, 
over-stnnuous woric, or paitkipa- 
tion in iports. K fseky also be Aid' 
to dia^tse not dIracQy r^btfa^ to 
tte iMdc at to ii^iiny or atnun. 

Low back pain nay occur f^.^ 
apy age btrt it seems to bod^'^ 
mlddle^^ed persons mo^ R ff^^ 
curs in txrfh sexes and in iSl.,, 
ra<%s, and is more cMmn<m nl^i^ 
people who do work thM requi^^^ 
sto(i>ing or lifting. ^^^ 

Good p(atuie of liie eiAM 
body is unpoitanA in prevoitint 
low back i»in. Sit with tlw ^xeM, 
siMHilders, and trunk erect Whoi 
artaiMliiig, tlie sgiat ^okM \at 
^rai^. Not tl^ mttHaiy *'i«m-*.- 
rod" po^ure, but ^mi^ 

A soft, saggy bed and \a^t 
soft oha^ contrHwte to b^- 
ache. Chairs, ideaBy, i^Kmld i>e 
firm, atraigfat a^ have die eon*, 
tour of a nmmal iack. 

A tow-beeM s^ is b^ ks , 
Man^ng or mUdi^. HigMM^id . 
shoes teiMi to ttevw (1» poabvre . 
off l»baice and increase s^aiaon 
the lower b«:k. IiMfes, tNUet . 
liippers and m&»ik«[% also mi^ . 
\taA to tnckache if worn aim- 
ively. 

In liltii^ beavy <4>iects, IcMp 
the back strai|^ and lift with 
kaees and thi|^ nnisdes, ratha* 
tJian bending over aiKi abalnii^ 
the s^ne. 

Like fmqr otiier aSnents, 
lMcki»:he xmy be i^gravrted by 
emotioiud tratsi^i or anxkty. 

Treatn^it of lMidi»ci» varies 
with the cffiiae. When HCs Aie to 
^rain, usua^ rest, l»at and a 
pain reliever will help. Maaaage, 
used in mofhiratton, nay h^ 
relieve disounfart Ycnir dofks 
toss also reoMunend exseise «d 
^T^igttoi the owsdes of Q» 
ba<^ and to mqirove posture. 

^^Ibk^ is a conmmi aftnot 
among Amoicans. If ytxir ba^ 
pain peraii^ ccmffiM ywur 
physicttn. 



B<^ and Girls — how alxMt 
becoming; a Juihcm- AMomnrt? 
How? Well, take a quails from 
vour aDcmance or ramims nd 
buv a United ^Ates &miH|s< 
Stanftp, at Khod fX yom pMt 
office. Saving Slraipa ImkI to 
Savini^ Bo«^ — and tt^ ^d to 
big thinp in your futora. ^Mi^t 
more, wfaei yiw buy yow Art 
stamp yml reo^e tkm^^t^ 

Astroutt. So ray 
Stmips mcml 




Hike 

TRONG 
MMUNITI 




irglnla Bwch SUN-NEVI^ 
lursdty, Ortober 3, 1 963 




M^^u^ subject of t 
PMWOB in t Metbodltt chunk 
In New Orleans some yem:$ ag< 
WM OCTOBER IN Tiffi IIOUN 
TAINS, t did not he«r the semw 
but I sttfinlwd that ^« crimwD 
Bad goldMi ha«a of Gctobvr in the 
BOttiUitM had put th* pvscher 
In the mood and wisdoift of the 
Psalmist who, ahout 3000 yevs 
tea, wrote, "The heawns deelare 
tna fhM^ of CkNl, and the btm 
meat showeth his handiwurk." 



^nam Mtiwr causca 

14# Pkana* Mouse Road 

raMw fiiwn V. De Foe 

l:3S A 11:00 A.M.— WonUp 

SerWoe 
Amlay SchD(d-r9:20 & 10:10 
^Ml BM.—bmaam Serviee 



nsNcmm anne piaza 

BAfTKT CntTSCa 
PMtaP-niv. AMfIa 
343 JtoMomt K«ad 
11 a,ia. A 7:30 p.ra.— WooMp 

9:30 A^M.—Sm^r School 
«:13 P^J.—TfaiMBg UUn 



ISACmAWN SAFTISr C3IU1ICB 

(W. T. Cooke Sc^o(ri. iSHi St.) 
9:i5 SJD.— Siad^ Sekool 
ll.*e0 ajn.— Wontw Serrice 
7:30 pA.^-EineiiBi Wor^ 
7:30 fm.—md. fmra SarvKS 



JUST A THOUGHT: 

Hw JuMUtB raaa hac nr^ed 
aad p ra ap e re d thromjk ability 
t9 ad}«st ta chanfMU tt^ mI 

altMftlMa. Ifli 11 
w* MmM i»h»# 

ime we recosalae se 
nanr IndiTMnal probleips as 
ta BMke tlia .f stare appear 
bflptk M liaiUeis. 




<3etober is the halfway bouse 
between aununer and ^nter, in 
whicli dwells the physician who 
appUea a balm for the bums of 
summer and stimulant {«> tlM i^ 
and eoM of wiater. It is Mf^ a 
blesaed e«pMct«iiOB atem one is 
wont to sltfttg tbe shMQders and 
say "There is a touch of fall in 
the air." Especially, ifter such a 
immer as we have had this yee. 
' '- '- 1 thankful fw the h^- 
■i October in wb^ we 
Move, as it we%, ^^ <^ 
ne and eStut m Nrt iri^ 
so hot that we Aw^t iw 
.... i^ an egg if we art it, 
oken, in the sun at noM. L«t us 
uot forget that man ii an animal 
that can survive in ewry land 
from pole to pole. Widle this 
mammal or that may be found 
m aisrUin aonea ud tc^mX- 
..:« :jlrds ride out chaA^ & ba- 
sons, man is found in every place 
from the haunts of tlw polar bear 
to the jungles where the roar tf 



FABH iAitm' cmnux 

6818 Wa. MmM ttvd, Norfe^ ^ 
IMI lit 9^!^ NHav 

9:45 a,m.— &MJa» SdbooL 
11:00 a.ffi.— Mosemc Wan^p. 

6:30 p-nu— FetowiHp Rtrar. 

7:S0 pja.— EveniBg Servfcea. 

6KACS M(EIHBKIt CBURCH 

Gnat HbA d Mte ^ 
A. Hanril llirii^a, A» 

10:00 A.M.-^ndtf S<Aarf. 
11*0 A.M.— W«il#*lPHco 
7:36 P.M.— Evenly ServKO. 



CHURCH OP ooiBr 

15tii StoB« Md Mtic AvetHN 
Elfraod Hiit^ fMor 

9:45 a.in,— Suntay Af^^x^ 
11. -CO a.n).— ifinniai ^^ti#. 
7:30 pA.— Bvanfclrtlc femM. 



Rm. H. E. MAarda, Jr.. Pastor 

11:00 a.m.— l^^ifa« WimMp 
7:30 pjn^-mmlm Series 



M«J!W (X4VE 

9.-30 ^^.^10^ SAool 
ll:00,^^-,-Mai«iAi 1^«4ip 
k f :^ p4^-fiviBint ^tm)^ 



Of Ittt^^st 
To Vatocuis 

It is no longer true tli^ widows 

World War II or of Kwean 

nflict veterans are iu>t eii|ible 

tor pensions on tin same haiis as 

WorkJ War 1 widmn, «paxdiog 

William J. Powera, mana|er 

' " rndte Veterans Admia- 

y 1, 19iH), wUoM of 
. , v.. .» War II OT of KiWBBn Con- 
flict veterans w«« ^i^te for 
pen<^i'>n oafy ii t^ MieflUi imA a 
defiuitely aaoertaiaiMe S9vk«- 
coonected disabili^ H ^ time 
of his death. No such require- 
ment existed for Wwld War I 
lows. 

Powers said om^essbml 1^- 
...jtkm changed mis, however, 
and since July 1, IMO, die 
elicibitky of widows of all three 
eerioda (^ mititary service tes 
been equalized. 

Briefty, the peiyipn r^um;- 

•'^« now are: (a) Hie decea^ 

^husband tm^ have had 

I ^ days of servke, part 

wartime, unl^ dis- 

oner far icrvfce-a«- 

ibility, or he was re- 

vas entitled to receive 

isatioB or retirement pay 

Mttrtiflhe service-connected 

Idisabiiitv^ and, in all cases, had 

iondir conditions 

4e. (b> Tte 

ne is not more than 

_JIy (or. with a child 

of the veteran, not 

J3,000 wmuslly) and 

^ the poisessor of an 

targe that it is reason- 

• 'Hat estate foe 

W«W War II of 

n*« r^mt to 
fooad 



WtSST 



OF CBBBT 



209 - iOik ttm^ 
9:30 A.M.~Sttnd*y Sc^ol 
I! KM A.M.— Chuhcfa Secvkoe 
8:00 BM^r^t^bm^ Smke 




Dm gMt 1^1% „ ,. 
9:^ a.m--- Hbb StApM. 
1 1 m MB.— lirtBte Wttnfcip. 
7:M |.m.— f^unay Wiife Aartkw. 

Oak Omm 

ftMwrtatnm , 

ALviN m &^m, PAgrOB 

9j4J a.m.— Chwpcfc SdKxi 
11:00 a.m.— Moniv Wmh^. 

IDLE BAPTIST CHUIICH 

teyiK Vlr^nia 

Greeai^di Road &. Lakewenr Dr. 

Ser. l^ivU Mean, l^rtae 

9:45 ajn.— Suadi^ Sc1k)i4 
11:00 a.m.— Monmig Wondi^ 
7:45 p.m. — Ewnung Worahqt 

Pnnoem Anoe Covrt H< 
IUt. Bnm B. Pofchih 

10:00 AM.-^mmv Sdio6L 
\im A.M.-^44mmm Wordi^ 

6M P.M.-.ftn-.U. 

7.-00 P.M.— Evo^ Woa-dyp. 



BAPIWTCHURCP 

Loo^rttMiK VtnVik 
G. Edrnwi a^itei. iMat 

9:45 «jn.— SuBday ScbooL 
41:00 a.m^~MatnJiig WerA^ 
6:30 p.m.— Tiwoteg Ihwrn 
7:30 p.m. — EvMfi^ Wcn-^Bp 



nnrr j^pmr crajms 

35di ai«et at Holiy Road 
H. Wa^n WMMy Natar 
Sunday Sdiod -91^ AJMl 



Mormng Wdnhip . 

Traming Union 

Evenhig Servke ^ 

Evenuig Services 30 
May 15-Sept. 15. 



—11:00 AJI. 

6:15 P.M. 

— 7i«> PM. 
miairteB k^^ 



I«£EWILJL BAPTBT 

bi Princes Aamfymtr on Hisliway 
615 Vi mile Mat ^Kia*^^iattim) 
cm right. 
T. J. tkile, Sctf^ aa Mriate 

towlay SM^ w___ ^ 9:45 A.M. 

Woiihip tevice 11:45 A.M. 

£wana| In^oe -- 7:10 P.M. 



aJMMUHBTY CHAreL 

Ladun Roed, LinkluMn Beey 
9:45 a-m.-^Siiwlay SAeol. 
REV. GENE GARRICK 



11:30 a.m.--clilinBa's^iir£ 
7:30 p.n.— Evt^riaj Servieeu 

BtACKHATEH B4PTUT 
^ caUBCH 
BflHtc 4 At iiaefcwatcr 

P^etor— Rev. Gary B. ThompsoB 
11:00 A.M.— MonwM Wonhip 
10:00 AM.— Stmlay School 

"SmtHw IS«d aad iIm Coounanlty df 

■■ ' ■ ' Sinct ItM" 



■r. OmMMV^ CA1HIHJC 
CBUKH 

7|71^rftola Beach Blvd. 




1H4UA L^m BApmr 

(Me«(i%hi 

9:30 A.M— Sunday 
11:00 AJI.— Moning Wwii^ 




COISGREGAHONAL CHRISnAN 

(Meeting in new PenriHtfte Sc^od) 
10:30 a.ni.— Scflnoo & WwMp 

Chiuch School gtmU in mid-&p- 
lem^r. 

FfBST cmjomAh 

BAPTKT CHUKH 

929 Vim CoUmai Bmti 
Geot^ 1. SiaMafa, Prntat 

9:45 a.m. - $UMday Scfaoo! 

11:00 ajn. — Monitng Wmhip 
6:30 p«i.^— Traipwqi U^on 
7:30 p.m. — Evem^ W«i<hlp 

'7:i0 pjn. ^Mid-week tes^nice - Wed. 

RAURBAN cmmtu^ CSnJBCH 

111 Loboui^ Aw. 
Belkuny Manor. Vjmnte Beadi, Vm. 
L. W, MBAC^NL Vkitor 
9:45— S»day Saha^ 
1 1 :0&— M(Hiiu« Wtmhip 

Suncby Mas^; 
8A|^ 1Q:)0 A.M. 

4 to i p.m. faturftys 
Cat^isai Qaw: 

Id-12 Satuar^s 
Ifoptism: After 8:30 a.m. Masi^s 

aar ef tta Sea 
CAIWMJC CHMKII 

14A Street and Arctic Oirde 
REV. FRANCS T. BAMBRICK 

SiMiMy Masses: Winter. 8:(MI, 9:M 
ilHW am. amt 12:15 p.m. 

&uiunar. Auk 15th thru Labor TH^, 
IM, 8:00. 9:30. 11:00 a.ffl. aad 
12:15 pm. 

BfAf Dttfi, 1.80, 9:30 ajB. and 6:M 

P-Ol. 

O^iMoM, 4.-00 to S:«} stud 7M 

to 1:00 p.m. Sa^ifduy 
WeAitav M«n, $ a.in 

SUMIVIER ^HEPULE 

Now thru Labor tfey, unday Mms, 
6, 7, 8, 9:30 ai^ 11 a.ni. osl 12:15 
p.m. Daily Mass, 8:45 a^n. 

ST. ^Mtews 

ItlO Sorita Lmc, Va. 9mA, Va. 
Sammcr iMsms^. 7^«, 9:0^ ItO* # 
12 Noon. 

CcMftssion e»m Sfttoidi^ 4:00 pjB. 

to 5:00 pm. and 7:00 pjm. to 

8:00 p,m. 
Father 6'Htn art nMta FtadO' 
Phtme KI 5-9333 

FEUMWWimP BAJPTUnr CHUROB 

419 dewofk Road, Nortolk 2, Va. 
Rev. cyrta T. Headildn. ~ 

9:45 a.m. — Church Sdiool. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wurririp. 
7:30 pjn. — ^venna Wora^. 

KALA CHURCH OF OCRBFr 

- Back Itey. Va. 
G«w BmtMO, Mfafate 

10:00 A.M.— HbN Schoel 
11:(M) AM.— MwBbg Wcstiilp 
7:30 P,M^— Eveomg Wonh^ 




CHURCH OFCHRBT 

62 J Va. Beach Blvd., Oceana, Va. 
tamaa W. MadMn, MiarMir 
10;00 a.m.— Bible Stedy 
U;00 a.n— Maniq* ^htMp 
6:30 p.ni. ^Eveomf Wo«di9 

^vEvojLCMsnr 

CHURCH 

OhnMdao 
Neck lo^'^^ 9^>re Dt. 

_ IT?. 

f:45 a.« 
HM a.in 

wiMmBm snoNGs 
csammAN church 

Disdhto of CbtM 

6700 W. Hadeo Rowl 

Ne ar Littfe Qieek Ferry 

8:45 A.M.— Worsh^ Servicei 
9:45 A.M,— e»a«fey SctwA 
nm A.M.— Worafaip S»vic0 
mo P.M.— YoQdi Qtoapt 




KQ^IPSVIIXE BAPTIST OHURCS 

7126 l&i^isviUe Road 
A. D. Bloat, tartor 

9^5 A.M.— Sunday Schorf 
11:00 A.M.— Monring Wonhy 
8:0p P.M.?-aMBHng Worsh^ 

BAlfSTOE «»reiSTIAN CSURC^ 

Shore Drive UkI OMi^wdl fLo*i 
Eari L. nnTcfl, MfaMev 

9:45 A.M.— W<Mdrip Service. 
9:45 A.M.— SiDday School 
11:06 A.M.— WoreWp Service. 

AAIEMM.Y OF GOD 

VtigbM Beadi &)Qte^^M4 
Ewt Lane — Oceua 
Rev. Samvel D. BcOct, Jr., 

9:45 3jn.— Church &fa»L 
!!:<» a.ni.— M 
7:30 PJB.E 




(Am 




cnjRcs of 

fm Am. 

ii«6 AJa. 

VM AM. 



eMMmt vttnwAi mnmcm 

4«h an dFart^-OA > t j73 , 

RcT. MiMl i. IMtaa 

Assfstant Rector 
8:00 a.m.— HOLY COMMUNION 
10:00 a^n.— IktoRNING PRAVEB 



(Holy 



il»Sw)ayafcaBli 



ST. FRANCB 

EPISCOPAL MimON 

IHe Rev. Cfa^Mi C^ Crteer 

V^w-te-Ctaie 

Now Meetii^ at ^as^'a Plaaa 
BowUng AN^. 

10:W A.M.— WOT«h^ 
Nur^ry I¥ovi^ 



EMANUEL EPIaCOPAI CHUMS 

Ramavtlle RotO, Keiripb«ns 

Ika Rev. C^ariaa R. ^Giri^, 

fmttot 

8:00 AJU.— HoiyCoo^t)^ 
9: IS AJd.— Pamilv Serv^ ud 

Cliuicb SdKxri 

(Holy OffiinMJ^DS Ifalni 

Snnday) 
11:15 A.M. Motiiiiv Prayer aad 

SanaoB 

QUy OommunioB flirt 

Nuraeiy aervice av^AliMa 



EASTERN SHIMS €3BMHEk 



B.Stdii9 

8:00 a.m. — MMy ConMnnnkia 
9:M a.m.— FafliOy S@rv^ tfd 

Mtarete Piayat (SM Sn- 
day Hofy OoaunuBioa.) 
11:00 a.m.— Mominff Pary«r iijd 
Seraion (1st Sunday.' ^^ 

^ ComgHMIOfi.} 

imflnuenMANutt. 

25th and BaRk, Vir^nfar 

PHoir ro^cus, - ' 

7:30 A.M.— Services Mon.-Pn. 
8:15 p.tn.— Friday - SsbbMfa Services 
10:00 Lm — Si^ - ^riihi^ SMVke 
8:00 A.M.-^enrJcei Sua. 



LUTH^tAN CHURCH 

10100 Vlri^a Be«d) Boulevard 

(T&apomty Wor^ip C^iter) 

SmmcA a. Price, Pastor 

9.1 S a.Bi.~C%u 
10:30 am— Wfl 
(Nuraery to- _ 
during 





8:30 A.M.— Morning Wotall^ 
9:45 A.M.— Church School and 

Adult Bibfe Classes 
11:00 / M.— Morning Wotdiip 

mm ^viouR's 

LUTHOtlW CHURCH 

Baylake Piim, BaysMe, Vkgioia 
' Kean^ R. Cartiai^, Paataf 

8:30 A.M.— WonUp Sen?vice 
9:45 A.M.— CSwrab Schocrf 
11:00 A.M.— Worabip Servica 

P MNCE <MP PEACE 
UUTHERAN GBnUMB 

(Miaowi SfooS^ 
Rev. J. EhMir MMty. 

MMtmg at MMttu ^clMol 
9:15 a.m. — Smtoy Soix»l aad 

BM)le Om$. 
10:30 *.m.— Div^ Wonhq> 
Holy CommnriM — Irt aiod 3rd 
Sunday. 



YIROINU BEA(» 
METRMWT GBUMCH 

207-mkSln^ 
REV. BEVWtt m,T¥ 

8:30 ajn.— We||hip$svkeSH»intf 



9:45 a.m.— CfaiM Moiri 
11:00 a.m.— Wqnl# Sffvke 



BMTHEL MEnmemn anjROH 

Qwds 
RofCT C. Si^f^ari Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Mon^WM^p 
11:00 A.M.— C^adrSeibwil 



n^AZA MEmNsom church 

Meetjns at Pfaoa ^fboat 
HERBERT G. HOBBS. 

9:45 A.M.— Momiog Wonhip 
11:00 A.M.— aiafcta Sdwit 
7:00 P.M.— Yooth ititoMhip 



METHoiasr onnKS 

Princeaa Aam, Vii«Wli 
Rev. Fir|s* D. Jasaas 

10:15 a.Ai.— amidl SdhotA 
11:15 a^i. — Meaning Worsh^ 



METHODIST CBUBCS 

Priacxss Anne, Vindnia 
Rev. URoy Oavk. MiiWa 
9:45 a.m.— Clw^ S<^MOl. 
11:00 a4n.T-Monrff)f ^Nmib^ 

BEE CH onm 
MinrHCH>in' 

Ftawess Anae 

10:00 A.M.— Cfai»:k S^KXri 
11:00 A.M.— Morriiv WdiMp 



THALIA MnrifMiriaRJRCH 

Kne Ave. A Va. Baidh Blvd. 
Rev. B. I. %m 

9:45 am.— SuMjfr ; 
10:45 um—Wmmf 



Vir^Bfa^Biea^^^ey d, Uv fimm 

8:45 a.m. Md 11 ajn.-?Mnrioea 
9:45 im.-CUu£mtMI 
6:30 pJB—y^m^mtm 

raANCn ASBURY 

MBrmNmr ( 




E.r.'nviav,. 

9:48 a-OL-MCkuidi %JM(ri 
1 1:00 tm.—U<a^m Woi^p 

#rirt#f at* ^^M^m 

MEIWNMn' CHUM3I 

Great Neck Ra^ Oc^ua. Va. 
R^. LaeH. W^AmtA^ 

9:45 a.m.— ChoA SAort 
11 KM a4D,~Monte We 



BAY! 
METHOI 



^mBfei' 



Bayside ft 
laMNCki 
9:45 AM. 



Stan Reads 
t'lr^ Paator 
, Woniiip aa4 

-, School. 

nmAU.''Winkm Worah^ and 
nurdiSchoQl. - ' 



449 Witch OwanbairBaysida 

8:00 A.M.— H»ty Oommunioa 
(Except during recaor'b vwcaltioo.) 

10:00 A.M.— Morpng Prayer and 
^itDoo Cmilf CbmmunfoB oa 
finit SwMliK d each month.) 




Rffinif^i^ i:aur<3I 

^Vcredtfe -«» KwipsvUte 
Rev. ^ P. ItoM. J h w tar 

9:45 a.ni.— Churdl StAool, 
11:00 ajn.— M<N«iag l^shto. 
f s30 pan.— Y awth p ellg<i^. 

Ll^OAVEN 
BfETfiNMn* CHUIHS 

U|tte N^ jtori 
|hiv« Ifa^v ^ ^ yw h wH t 

9:45 a.n.-^hureii MmxA 
11:15 a4B»-4foiiiliii Woi^i^ 

KmOi UMd 

trnmoovft CHURCH 

KnoM lalaiKi. N.C. 
RMait e. Mmk, MUntmt 
10:00Xn.— %Biday S^xii. 
IL-OB a.m.— Wonldp Servke. 

BAYLAKE MOniraOBT CHURCH 

&a« Drive tt TmMre Ma»l Dr. 

Bmride 

»MpM, OSCAR & GOOD 

8:30 A If A.M— W«»Mp SArrke 
9:45 A.M.-«uiiday Sdiool 



METHODIST GBURCH 

Mr. vfpuni A. nmnm Jfc 
10:W l.ia<~ChuKdi SdMibl. 
11:00 am.— Momiog Worsh^). 

SALEM ASIHODBT OniRCn 

10^ a.Q.— Mof^ig ^na^ 
lltM a.B.^C^r#i MmL 
7:30 pje>~Y€ia^ 



OCTANA 
OBURCH OF THE NAZARBNE 

S Court Houac R* '" 
Paul A. AMr: 

A4S a.ffl.— Suadaw SpUad 
10:45 a.ffl.— Moraief Worship 




Biy i^s 
iSBniYtlmAN CHUMS 

wMT RmMbs C^ncr 



9:4S a.m. — Smdi^ SdsotA. 
11:M a.s.— ^rflpidjig Wflnli^. 



CHuncn 

FM m ^, Oh arock. ^Ml, Va. 

HM iuD.-^bnte WbkMb. 
6:30 PA.— Whdfe^ota FeBowA^. 
6:30 p.ai.— .PiopMr FeU^Mblp. 
1:30 pA.— Yonag 9miW» AAow- 
Mp. 



WB tSt 
mnWYTBRIAN CHURCH 

twMB AvHwe at 3fih Street 
Mmtf & 
I. IhMri 



9:45 Ctairdi School 
11:00 Mornne Worship 
6.-00 YoiittFlpiowri^ 
7:SO-ftOO— Susi^ ei^omg Cbipd 
Ve^er Servto 



THE PMraYTniAN CHUIK:R 
M mtCEil A»MB FLAEA 

"W^wa if* Bttntf. wP i nsi er 

Meeting b ^ Plaza 

E^KOtary SdMol 

^aday SOkxA — 9:45 A.M. 

Cto* S«i*» 11.-W AM. 



^«'M naaB|MfpRi Cnvdi 
1200 At^mm^900kvm4 

KM AM^— ^^orsbqi and Ekmh 

Seiwcl 
9:45 A.M.^-Cterdb School 
11 :W A,M.— WtmA^ and Ghn* 



KTOg^ GRANT 

pBmBYnQUAN cnuMrH 

(Now meetinf ki the King's Ckast 
^ Eteif ^aiX.i»(yl) . 
BayfpMd C JPw|Mai» PaMor 
♦:W A3H.-^Sinii«y Sriiocri. 

1 1 :00 A.M.— Mor^t "mn^. 



WHY DOES GO0 CARE? 



We are so tiny in the vastness of space, so drab in the gran^ur of 
nature. W% iMs &od care about ta^ om pt ml 

lliia question haa alwa^ plafHietf ^ pind of man- If wW Vf^^lf 
never i$ eoftpletely answer«) h Ids satii^^ibn until he ^^ and M|i|^ 
the evidence of man'a importanee to Otf^i fkim M$i mode kim A ttt^ 
lower thtcHi^e mgeli, ' \ 

; It rtraaiDedi foe^na Cbnat td reveal the l<5ve of flc^^und^ ib- 
Worid Commiinion Day.— Christians wiU unite in the aaetW^M ^^ 
is theif richest experience of tifte glory and honor God hal ffi^m. 

The world over, men will rejoice in tlw Divinfl tove, go far^rM^^, 
that God gave His Son for humanity. 



r^:r-^ 



&mf^tA isss. IMa* UmMitag thtMm, Imu, Wtitrntim. Va. 


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3 auKhinl sqi^^ e&di 7" ko^ 
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1 te«pK)p i#t ^ 

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1 t^ales[MI laiaMt cidBoad oiitofi 

1 tai^spo<m p^^F '^kea 

^ aip wise vuk^u: 

44 tei^Moa baift leaves 

'WHrii auMdUa vbA oA isto 
sitea 1-iacfti (hiek. Fry m toot oil 
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4 taU^pooM di«| eB 

Wadi ^gplaot, «^ di|r aad 
cut a thin iSii% frsm wA ovl. 
(to one fHle make 4 tm^fwm 

^. cmmM taiM, 8^ mm 

pepper, if^ott n^nc^ oniim, te- 
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ea<^ ittt, udflg 9A ^ nuxbire. 
Place ^fitfaiA in a baking d^. 
slit side \x$, FHir remriitog olh« 
oil over t^ 0lt». Cover and bake 
in a preh^ed inodoito ovoi 
(3S0'F.) I tioiff or mtti 0ggftaA 
is tender. Sfiit <^^nt leagb 
wise and serve at t^ Ul^ frwa a 
pkitt^. 
Yield: 6 aoi^p. 

HERiED SPINACH 
% oip diced green sweet pe|^>^, 

3 tabl«^>oona b^ltf & au^pine 
2 |A^. (tO^. B^ tnamEl api- 

aeh 
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1 teaiiK)on ialiM mifiMd <auoB 
1 teaspoon saM, 
V4 toa^o<MB sugB* 
1/8 tea^>oon iraiBd Uack pep- 
per 

iiaute sweet p^iper in butter 
or nurgaitea. ^d sfbmAi, baatl, 
ii^imt minced <mion, saft and 9i- 
g^. Cover aiKl cook only uMil 
spinach is defrosted and hot 
tlmm^out. Add black pepper 
and mix vreU. Save hot 
Vi^. 6 aeti^Sk 

White we're chatting akx^ veg- 
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Ilus alao is iksg folstoei by 
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a mo4ast if per madhun iitod 
bated potato. 

Became po^itoes me aa Mpit 
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grown-«i», here are mmsi po- 
tato recipe finm the tosi lilQli- 
ens of the UnHid 9tm. Aaalpia- 
titm daa^nNi to appNd to <ba 
whole ftiray. 

Vt ciq> cooked, ^ced frejili m^ 

rota 
^ cup cooked smp bmis or peas 
% cup diced cel^ 
IH cups d^ <^ OMked iMl 

(lan^, VNd, bMf OT p(Ht) 
2 tableq;>oons fhMir 
¥4 cup cgM water 
1 cup stock ^ hot wat^ and % 

boi^laa erttt 
1 toUispxA finely clMSf^iad ^m 

1 tea^omsalt 

Va tei^poqn ground btaek p(^>per 
% te^potn sipwid I!^m 

2 cups bA Amy to«Aied poUitoes 
Combiaa ctttfota^ peas, c^ery 

wd meat fiMid ioBr wiA the ¥1 
cup eiM waler, a<M to tJ» 1 eup 
stock or ^t orator 1^ boip(pi 
cube. Stir and eaek uoti wkk- 
ened. Add om(m, satt, tdaet jep- 
pa- and thyme. MA to v<i^9t|MN 
and nwat. Turn into aH^ #iuat 
caoerole. T^ wttb mxtstiA w 
tatoes. Bake in a prei^ied ewd- 
enrte ov^ (350^.) 90 ndn^es 0^ 
until p(rtathes eae fleeted e^ 
brown. 
YieM: 6 servii^. 

AlAlMOillA f^fOES 
6 oMdium-siaed pfirtsto«k 
1-ind) botti^ wito 

1 teaspoon s^ 

2 ti^tospopng butter (ff maipt- 
rme, stdtod 

•^a^ and peel potatoM. Mice 
in a sa^^m liM l^dh boplg 
wat^ aad salt C^iver, bfrato 
t)oUmg pcniH ai4 caak wli iwtot 
h^ dime, liittt ^ ^MMk. Ji&- 
mov« from imt^ dram and t<tt 
in OMMed bwttar ^ a^^ i y . 
Fteea jna pw ia Wbich aiaat la 
roasting Aeaf, ?^ HAfr pr 
p(n^). Bate ab(NA 4S mantea w 
ui^ potalaas are todfer mA 
U^y hrdiwtt^ 
Yield: 6 to 9 mmi^. 

BAkia> #crrATOE$ 

6 me(^i-liup pcMtoes 

6 pats bunnr or tmip^^ 

Salt to taste 

GrouMl bla<^ p<^»par to taste 
Selfct good bakmg pc^toes t^ 
untfbrm size. Sciub well ahd m- 
move blemiilies. Wipe chy ud 
pierce eaA ei^ of potatoes ^Mk 
a poiiried ki^e <x skefvwr. nitoe 
in a bdcing (ns aad b^a ^'a 
preheated very hot oven (45d1P.) 
50 minutes or umil ppUto« aurp 
tead^. To test pic^ up pol^^to^ 
with a clean tov«l and pn^ |^ 
fingers. If soil thev ut ^aine^Oii 
a gash in top of ptMatoes and 
press upw^ Serve with l^^er 
fx marpriM sprpk^ iHtt'W^ 
and black |wpper to t^te ota^e 
with OIK of the tol^jwiisi cr^glld 
mixtave. 

csMAmB ivNA nm -- 

Mek 1/4 ciqi twtta at maxaamb 
in a sMKepan w for extra Mnsr 
use the oil in v^Mch teaa fl^ b 
Xsecked for part (4 the butter or 
mai^uiiK. Btend in 1/4 cup 
fk>ur. Add 2-1/4 oqps milk Mkt 
mix well Stir 1^ (»ok until oC 
mediupi dudoKss. Add 1 -INi- 
spocm salt, 1/1 tea^om ipan|d 
black f^pper and a 6-o^Ke c^ui 
tun« t^. Heat mUy ug^ bot 
Save over hot baked petattea. 
YIELD: 6 servnp. 




CREAMED mam wmi 

Replace tujwi fiA m A« ipw 
recipe with 1/4 pound drM^. 
Since dried b^ » »ltf, 
salt to 1/4 te^pQiMi. Yf 
6 servings. 

CREAMED CBXX3m% UU 

1/4 cup butto^ or BM^naa'p a 
saucei»n. Bteml in 1/4 cap f|^. 
Add 1 cup chicbm m^Hi^ 
1-1/2 caps mift. Stir vai vdi^ 
until diickfiad. Add 1 ^wpon 
or salt to tarte. 1/8 tea^iocu 
ground \AaA fmi» ^bA Ul/3 
cu|» ikseA ooow (Ai^B^. ^m^ 
YIELD: 6 w^rmm- 

MEAT ft G^VY: Stir amd 
cook 1 pound ground chuck and 
1 tablespooes finely fSbopgnA 
onion in a sidnet xaiA oaeat is 
^y and begins to brown. Add 
2-1/4 cups wa»r, 1 t<a$pf)pn 
Mlt and cook, iiaBemwad, S mm- 
utes. Blend 2 tahlaiponM ifoiir 
with 1 ubiespoon ccw watv^^ 
AiM and cook until th|ckene 
Season |y^ 
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K'r -T«tt«fWtloHat ^MWtlaia 

( 13)— 77 awaet.^ifcp 
.■'■.')i) f 3) — ^Bovio Wf' 

(10)— Bob Sapa 

( 131 — Burks'* I»w 
o -in I, -Hedda OaUar 
Hanr'a SMa 
Carmer'a Datuhter 
10 00 (1i>i — Jairk na^ Ksw 
113) — Fiiftit of tha Weric 

1(1 n"' ( 3) PoltBBtt 

IV— «W«iT mt . . . 
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8:00 (13)^1Sm CbtMlMPkcn 
•tM (I*I — KonriW WuiitH 
StB* (1 9) jaaaa Saart 

(13) — GhMraa'a Oa«d 
•:00 ( 3)— TdMl* MrHea 

(10>-<'4Wth rer !R)dw 

(13)— 4tt TMnfa ' 
•:M ( W— ^Ma U "Om IMl 
(ll»-ttraM at «itt 

(19) — (tema^ nna 
10:00 ( 3>— bna9 Cato Mr l<aat 

(tW— 'Thb U flM Anawar 

(13) — Butter 1%aati« 
10:M ( 3)— Look t4) «a4 liva 

(10)— Uimt Vnto Xy Patt 
11:00 ( 8) — Cwttwa Three 

(10) — CSiureh Sw^ioe 
flMB I m — ^lioBaa ot Wordlilp 



StaOlon 

APTfRrnXM 

1840 f 8)— a^wttw new 

(10)— Vbple \ 

(13) — Staqr of , . . 
13:16 ( 3) — ^Nawa aail Waattw 
13:M ( 3)— ^^Ottht an Bwrta ! 

(10)— a^M bar 

ilMi—tmt An "nMra 
13:45 ( 9h~^muTamatt 
1:00 ( 3)— srai, PsolMa 

(10)— ^« a^Bia uwtet 

( 18)— WaeoT Wj F 
1:30 (10)— n«Btlai» of mtb 
fm (10>-^lMiMM TtaDia atuflaa 

(13)^-tiiHita ud Anarers 
,8:30 (13>— AFl. Motbiai 
3:60 ( 3) — S^mUmU Seorabo«rd 
4:00 ( 8)— Paoe Tha Hatlil^ 

(13>— Brava SUmm 
4:90 (10) — World SMiee of Oolt 
( 3) — Atnatear Hour 

(13)— Tou Are There I 

6:00 (13) — Seiaiue ri<^tim l^aatra 

( 3) — CaHfortfUH 
5:80. ( 8)— aProba 

'(M)-^<MC Colteire Bowl 

(13) — ^Brsre Stallion 

9:00- ( S>— Boota M •Tnnaum 

(IB) — Meat Tha Praaa 

(13) — ^BrokMi Arrow 
9:30 I 3t — Mr Rd 

(10)— Ml! railM 
TiM ( 9) — ^Laairto 

(lOp— Bill Sana 
TiBB < B>~DaDnl# 1«« Maaaaa 

(M)_Wait naaar 

(IS)— ,lataM8 
8:00 ( 3) — Uneola Ce»t9 Di^ 

(13) — Jana. WyiBaa l>l«aaati 
8:30 (10)— Orindl 

(13) — ^adar Kiirht Moria 
•iM ( 3>— TBa B«U McOora 

( 10)— Bonaasa 
•sxii ( Sji— Tma niaatra 
10:00 ( 3)-<~Uisabe(h Itotor 

(10>— Man Hamed Mara 
1(^:30 ( 3)— irhat'a My Una 

(13>— Craeial Snaunei^— 1068 
dal Criala 
11:00 ( 3) — Barrr B«ta«onar 

(10) — Weekaid Newi 

(13) — aamr Darntta 
iitia (IB) — ^Mo«ta 

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11:16 ( 9)— Mo»to 

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Dallas Scene Of Teenage Event 



Hie Uiird annual *'Mi^ Te^h 
age Ametim f9§saxAt" a 60- 
minute sp^:^ evmts pn^nun 
culminating in the selection of 
Miss Teena^ America 1964, 
will be broadcast live from the 
State Fair Music Hall, I^llas, 
Texas, ¥M$9t Nov. 1, (10:00- 
11:00 P.M., EDT) <m the CBS 
Television Networic. The pro- 
mm, being presented cm the 
Netvk'ork for the se<^md succ^- 
sive year, wiH be ijxxaaot^ by 
The Procter A GMiUe Cb., In:., 
reprraent^ by Benton & Bowles, 
Inc. (Hib sp^ml broat^^ist will 

E«-cmpt "The Alfred HMchcock 
our" on ttb date (miy.) 

Bud CoHyra-, host of "To Tdl 
the Truth," wiU prmde for the 
%c(md year as on-stage maaler 
<rf ceremonies. Joinii^ him, also 
for the sM^md ye»(, will be Allen 
LiukJ^i, ,mo^aiSjor oi "Pass- 
wad,* who wffl be the televisk» 
host for the jm^gram. 

Seventeen-year-old I^la J^an 
Banks of FresiK), Calif., the {res- 
ent MIm linage Am^rksu will 
officiate jtt d» nammg oi her 



TV STAK SERVES 
AS PARADE HEAD 

RIOHMOND — James Drury, 
«ar of the televmon sMies "The 
Vii^ian,** win be trrod marshal 
of tte Grand Dhimonrted Invade 
of- die ISA Annoal Natkmal 
T<rf»KX» Festii^ in Rfchnwi^ 
FrUay. 

M(»e than 100 groups of 
bends and marching units from 
Virginia ami iKighboring states 
wfll participate in d« S-jiile lon«» 
parade. More thai 25 £k)fit* will 
also be fe^ired. 



11 :M (10>— JSadtht Show 



TinmAY eveNwo 

4:00 ( *) — S«ci«t Storm - 

(10)— fha Mat^ Sana * 

(13)_4MlaMirtar 
4:99 (10>MNBC MaM 
^^0 ao)—mrkat Bemor 

(10)— MUm Boom for Daddy 

(IS)— lAr^yaiy 
4:M (IBV- Mtrltar Monaa C!tah 
940 ( 8) — ^Bawa at nra—Bay Shmiae 

(10) — Aaapdeck fsovr't Ctah Ah(» 
9:05 ( 8) — Dr. Whitehnnt K^ftorta 
6:10 ( 3) — Toltow ^e Sun 
6:30 (10)— QmUc fimw McCM«w 
6:00 (10)— ITewa M Kx 
6:05 (13) — Harrr Donretta 
6:10 ( 3) — Sporta BoMdnp 

9:19 ( 3)— TV B«|9«^ 
(18) — ^Bon CodiraiM 
8:36 ( 3) — Weathennaa 
#:Se ( 8)— CM BewB 

(10)— Bnotli^-Biiakkr Baport 
(13)— Mararick 
6:45 (10) — Rnntler-Brinkle)' Beport 
7:00 ( 3)— Tha Saiat 
(10)— RUeuwa 
(13)— M-9qMd 
7.m (10)— Mr. Horak 

(13}— Cooib^ 
8:00 ( 8) — ^Red Skeltmi Hour 
8:30 ( 3) — Talent Sconta 
(10) — Re<H»o 
(13) — ^MoBaloa Nary . 
9:00 ( .3)-^f>ettloo»t Junction 
on)— «ti>hard 'Boene 
(IS)— SreateM «iow on Berth 
n:19 (M)-.Movle 
8:30 ( 3) — Jack Beany Procnun 
(10) — Dick l>DVMll 'nieatra 
(18) — ^0ntoa4^ab)ea 
10:00 ( 3)'^-6«n7 Moore Show 
(10)— AndT WIBiama 
(18)-Hra«UiTa 
11:00 { 3) — 11th Hour Final 

i%lt\—wntiwm oft"'^ Baoeat 
(13)— Mnrphr Marthi M 

11:10 ( 3) — 11th Hour Wmthar 

(13) — ^Bill Brady , 
11:15 ( 3) — Stere Allen Show 

am — w»»»h- 
11 :S0 ( 8)— Dr. Whltelrant Bepnia 

(10)— BtKirta 
11 :89 ( 9 ) M aW a CkM 
IttVT fist— Th^lra 19 
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MONDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( S)— -Secret Storm 

(10)— The Matdi Oaffla 

( 1 3) — Tr^lmaater 
4:36 (10) — 'NBC New« 
4:30 ( 8)— TralU Weat 

(10) — .Hake Room tor Da(Uy 

(13) — DlKOTcry 
4:55 (13) — Mickey Moaae dub 
5:00 ( 8) — Newg at Fhre — Bay Showa 

(10) — Poopdeck P^py'a Club Alloy 
6:06 ( 8) — ^Dr. Whltehur»t Beporta 
6:10 ( 3) — Broaeo 
UM (10)— Qnidc Draw MoSnw 
6:00 (10) — Kewa at Six 
6:05 (t3)~Harr7 Donette 
6:10 ( 3) — Simrta Rooadt^ — Jeff Dane 
6:16 ( 8) — TV Beport«r — LaVenM Wat- 
aon 

(13) — Bon &>chraae 
6:36 ( 8) — ^Westhemaa — Andy 9kili«ta 
9:80 ( 8)— CBS Mawa 

(10) — Htuit^-Mirit]^ Besort 

(18) — Marfirick 
7:00 ( 3) — ^Battle ttee 

(10) — The DetoeUvea 

(18)— Medic 
7:30 ( 8)— To T^n The Truth 

(10>— Mondnr RWrht at the Movtof 

(13) — Outer LttniU 
8:00 ( 9) — Tre 6ot A 9ea«t 
8:M ( 3)— VaoMioii Plv^oua 

(13)— Wacoa Tlala 
t.-OO ( 3)— Jadi BMBy - Phil Ml^is 
(^■aaor'tocMa 
(13) — ^hitorair Bi^^Mad To B^- 

»m» ( 101 — Art UnkMtw SliAW 
10:00 ( a)-^Btm^^/Wmt Side 

(int— Hwr Atonr With Mitch 

(18)— IkMkiV I>»t8t 
lOaO f 3)— stomp The 9t«r« 

(101— C«nm«nd ^<«flf>» 
11:00 ( 3) — lltt Bear Vlaal 

(!•)— BiMVM o-a«di B— B it 

(M)_lte«a 
11:15 ( 3)-^t«vo ADn Show 

(10)— WaaNMr 
ll:SO ( m—^, WMtrikVM Bworta 
11:»410)— *WM 

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WIDNESDAY EVENMO 

4:00 ( 8>— Secret Storm 

(10)— The Mat^ Sana 

(18) — TMlmaatOT 
4:88 (10)— BBC Mewe 
4:8© ( 9)— Baaeoa 8 ^ 

(10)— MA« Bo«m te Da^ 

(13) — 'DiaeoTny 
4:55 (13)— MMuy XwHa OM 
9:00 ( 9)— KewB at Hra 

(lO)— Poopdeck INDpy-a 0W> Ahoy 
6:06 ( 8)— Or. WUtdiai^ B«<wia 
6:10 ( 8) — 8taa«r BiBka 
5:30 (10)— ftip«p C^r 
6:00 (10>— 4lkva at Biz 
8:09 (13) — Hanr DMrtette 
6;1B ( 3) — SiHWta Booodop 
9:1* ( 3)— TV Bavwter 

(18) — Boa Codtaaaa 
6:89 ( 3) — ^Weathermmi 
9:80 ( 8>— CBS Wtmm 

(10) — Bnatar-M^kky Bapert 

(18)— MM«idl 
7K)e ( 8)— ^o«ra|A7 

(in)— ^rtbar Smith tbam 

(13) — nf^tmrn 
7:30 ( 9)— eBB BepMta 

ri<f)_^e W<rr*'<l))'' 

(IS)— Oasie A Ibrriet 
, 9:00 ( 8)-^*0Mle Senrice Show 

(13)— rw^ DBto 
8:30 ( 8) — (HrMa 

(13)— Prtca b BMt 
•:00 ( 8)— Be » ^ly SBIMBiae 

(]0) — Kraft Mva^ry Theatre 

(IS)— Bm CkMr 
9:30 ( 3)— Dldl Van S^ fimr 

(18>— rtnr Kw« Wtr ' iw 

10 00 ( 8) — OuMy Kaew ^w 

(10)— BtoMBth bw 
fI3^ — Nnlri^ «*ltr 
11:4M ( 8)— 11th S»M> Had 
nm% — mnwtm n'^Tw* 
(13)— Mnrphy Martin 
11:10 ( 3) — nth Boor WaaOMT 

(13) — ^Wl Mady 
UdS ( 8)— «teya ASaa 
(IB)--ta«l «*w 

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suc^s»r. 

Paul Leviton, Directtw erf Spe- 
cial Events for the CBS Tele- 
vKion Network, wjU prodiK% the 
broadcast. A^^a^ producer is 
ClareiK^ ScMnimel, with Vem 
Diamond as directs. Rtehard 
Ellison is the writer. Charl« 
Meeker, Jr., is die producer of 
Ae "iAm Teenai^ America 
Pa^ant" 

Mort than SO finalists, rang- 
ing in age from 13 to 17, from 
communities all over the United 
Ikates, will be ^dM»%d in Dallas 
for the pageant. Each mu^ be an 
uxreditea fa^ school student 
with more tten average grades. 
The judges' final selection will 
be m^e on the basis ol such 
factOTs as awareness, poise, level 
(rf achievement and persMiality 
projection as well as apf^^tfance 
and talent. 

There will be two avrards dur- 
ing the ceu^ of the Mradc^: 
the Miss TeMafe TiA^ Awavd 
and the tide itoetf. The y(mng 
l«iy who b&x)mes Miss TcetiBsm 
America 1964 wiD lecerve • foH 
fcNir-year scholarship adt die col- 
lege of her choice. 

Churcli's TV 
Program Hn 
Long Life 

TV pr<^ans may con« and 
go but "This Is The Life** ^s 
(Ml forever! At least, so it seems. 
When The Lutheran Church — 
MksQUKi^ynod bundled its pop- 
ular series of religious dramas in 
Ae fall of 1952, i» one dreamed 
that the church body, already 
well known for its llOk) stati<ni 
Lutheran Hour network, was 
launching one erf die nKMt dur- 
able TV |»t>gra/ns fhe industry 
has seed. 

kot only hM "This Is The 
Life" prov^ one of the hardi^ 
of TV perenniek, being on the 
air every week for deven yean 
without imerru|Ai(m; it alw ranks 
among the most telev%ed pro- 
grams in die worid today. 

Currently carried bv some 350 
stations in the United Staltm and 
Cana(te, the program is ak» 
reaching out into foreign fields — 
Africa, Asia, and South America. 
Recently carried it pierced even 
the Iro" Curtain, when three 
station . in Finland began airing 
it on a '\"eklv Iwsis. and beam- 
ing it bavond her borders into 
Russia. 

Prcrfess'^n^llv produced in 
Hollywood hut mid f or (Jut (rf 
tthe missioi ^'pisuries of The 
Lutheran Chu-^h — Missoati 
Synod, "TTiii Is Tea Ltf<^ is a 
dramatic nonraj^l rrf Diristian 
faith and life in acHon. Manv of 
the programs series have r«<«ivcd 
national acclaim, being granted 
Freedom Foundation Awanfe. as 
well as various commendations 
from Christian groups. It is on 
the air both winter and summer 
and enjoys a weekly audient^ 
well up in the miUtons. 

The series will hfMn its 1?^ 
season on Sumtey. October 6. In 
Virginia Beach the iwi^^m is 
carried by WTAR-TV, whidi 
has carri^ the serm since its 
first release, b^k in 1952. 
Sponwring "This Is The Life" 
here at the Beach, is Prince of 
Peace Lutheran durch, of whfch 
The Rev. ENer ^fedky is pas- 
tor. Prince <rf I^a^ is exn^tin® 
to dedicate its new edt^i^Mud 
unit at Kt^'s Gnmt widiin die 
next month. 

REMOVE 
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lt ugderaJjBped, Emory L. 
HMiOd 'Hill S. MaohaU. 

eery «t. t, at 

23rd iitteei, Virgmi* Beach, 

■inia i^-i*-T the Btyte of "Sea- 

as on Septemiber 

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And an affidtvU having been 
made ^ filed thaA the defendioi 
is a iMiKMifteiit of ti^ state of 
VirglQii, the lut known address 
being: MignoUa, N.C. 

It is ordered that she do tp- 
peer hef^ 'wMhia ten <10) d«y« 
aftar duft puldkition hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her intereit intihis suit 

A Coot Teeter 
JQifN V. fWnuSSS, Clwk 
^ Miry II. WhMe, O.C/ 
BrydCM * Aroytes, p.q. 
1M9 Laskln Road 
Virglnii Beach, Va. 9*^*01 

C emmeniteaW i ^ Vli«Ma» In 
Mt dortt's C^lee of ^ ^wlt 

Cwrt «r «i« CMy e^ VlffMa 
^^eow M tpe 9ni wy off S^>> 

Franeas T. fVoc^ioipie, Baiatttt 



Emeai Woodhouac, Defendant 
ORDIR OF PUBLICATION 

Tim object of ttiii aoit is to ob* 
tain ft divorce a memi et thoro 
to b«i latet merged into a divorce 
a Vinculo llatrinionli from the 
said flttendtnC ujpon the grounds 
of deaeitkm. 

A^ m Mix^ A«^ been 
madi iMl fl^ liil (he ^tm^Mt 
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(hM piMlm teii^ ipd do 
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1^ inMist te tfyi ad!; 

A Cef i y T ailw 

Wm V. IS^^ffiiS, Caedc 
%i NiqF M. «UI^ DO. 
ft:y%»^ teq^ p.4. 

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the said lUiseeU S. iMardiaU alone, 
who will pay and discharge aU 
debta and liabilities, and receive 
all moneys payable to the said 
late firm. 

R. S. UAS8HALL 
£MORY LEE ROfi£ 

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ConMioiiweaMh of VMHia, In 
the ClaA's Office of |i|ai«ril 
Court of the Cltv o( VbidBla 
Va^ch* on the 24th day of Sep-* 

maaei't iw^s. 
BARBARA L. CAHILt, 

plaintiff, 

JA^ff CURTIS CAHHX, 

(HIPP Qf f UBUCATION 

The ^iect (^ tfiis suit is to 
ofeUun a mv0R^ A ViiKulo Ma^- 
trin^nii btxn ^ said Pendant, 
upon the groun<fc d adultery. 

Ai^ an attidavit haviiw been 
mt^ and filed Ulbt the (M%nda^ 
k a non-resident of the State d 
Virginia, the )aat Ichomi po^ 
<^& address being: W Mili- 
my Hi#iwiy. Nwmk, Virginia. 

Not resident <d ^ S^ <4 
Virginia, it is te^ed tfiat he do 
anp^U' here widtm tra (ID) days 
iter due publba&m hereof, and 
<to whitt HMiy be i»cessary to 
preset his iMerest in tfiis suit. 
A CMW— To<« 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerlc 

BY: Marv M. White, D.C. 
Brmidy, BaJcer & Broudy, p.q. 
Vif]^ttui Natoial Bank Building 
N(m|oUe, Virpnia 

9-26-4TH 



NOTlCi 
%ni#Ma: The nguttr imalbiff off 
Nw Caundl of fho CMy off VIr. 
MMa ioach wHI bo hM In fho 
Ctrwif Court Room mi Mendoy, 
O^shor H ^9«S, M 2 o'clock 
PJH^ at vMoi liino pofiont will 
bo hMMd fw or apwMl tho fol- 

mff, vat iMiTnlli^ olc: 



Real Estate 



and 



INSURANCE 



hrMlkm .. . llMvIlt 



ILAM 



ALL TYPES 

OF 
INSURANCE 



B> W, Wioini 
42C-0273 




EATON 

IMeURANCE CO. 

vnenoA biach 



K.B. Arnwqr- 

428-7175 



I. 



If. 



GAi-^ 



s 



ML PURNERS ADJUSTED 

^V^Mif e bnniff smice eMtraet 

^fm auul ekek-ip and adjlstaititf 

p!m ol|cr w$t-$iHpg i«nfefl 



OUR COJIOTIEHH4MVE b^ ones. A sm^ rf^tmait 

BURNER SERVICE OpN- or repair in yc^ fcp^g «y»- 

TRJVCiT helps guard you torn now may w* y@» many 

a^ilit heatii^ worries. Aiid dollars later on. 
it c«fii^ Hwrsr ll^tiag posts these 3^ 3 imuring y«» winst 

thrpc importaht ways: unexpected ^|# Mto — t^ 

1. 9y ^iMft iun your hoping to pnbM yw «ain^ 

bu/ner IS ^■PW adjusted heat iaterrui^^. 

'^ ^a^Li^^T^f FrS? Pof complete d<*aib abort 

gj^^^vguMUttm hp^' ••'^ jjyj. (jm^gf service contracts — 

ling Bttle trou- services—call us today at tte 

bles bd^re they can become number b«tow. 



Perkins Burner fervto 

CXXANA raONE 42t-l«» 




Jamie 

Bryan, njiun 

to operita 

horsemaniAiip 

training 

certain _ 

feet on the 

River Stoad, 

270 feet Eaat ^^__^ 

ing a depth oT^WTTtJ feet ^ong 

th« Bastem property line, a width 

of 940.21 feet along one part of 

the NoFthoni t^ropertjr Una, a 

depth of Isaz.TB feet along one 

part of the Western property line, 

a width pf 1062.42 fe^ along the 

remaining part of (he Northern 

property line, and a depth of 

.884J27 fe«' ' 7 the (remaining 

part of thf rn property tine. 

Containing 83.912 acree. Kanp*' 

viUe Bormq^. 

n. Application of Lynn Con- 
struction Company by W. E. Witt 
for a change of zoning from Lim- 
ited CommeroiH Diatrict 1 (C-L 1) 
to Residence BobuitMin Diattict 3 
(R^ 3) of certain iroperty located 
at the Southeast intersection of 
Ki^ Qtwi (Road aiui EkUahui^ 
Drive. Rontii^ 338.11 ieet on 
Kings 0^ ftMd, Mvtag a d^i 
of 397M h^ m Jm#u«b 
Drive, itevtog a width d mB7 
feet idong ^ iistarn p^irty 
tee Md • 4apa m miMi^e^ 
akmg ^ StfiMhem ptG^^ line. 
DMip^ed u hm A, 8, C. an! 
D, Seetton SA^Kb^s Grant Lytm- 
haven Buoi^fKf 

im. i^dk^on of Bias^ R^- 
^ by Owen and Guy, J^mm% 
for a dM»ge of larong tttm Bm- 
Mence ^iHirban District 2 <R-S 2) 
to ymtted CNnunepdd Diatnot 1 
<OL 1) <rf c«?tito f«^«?ty locaited 
at tiie Noi^hiweiri: Int^iectiMi. of 
Grert Neck Road and Noito.Lake- 
aide Drive. iVraiti^ 162.24 feet 
on Great Neck RMtd, ihavii^ a 
depfli 6f 1S8.43 feet on Noi€i 
Lak^de Driw; having a widtii 
of l'W.27 teet along fl»e W«*em 
jsoj^&ty IhHu taving a depth of 
m.W fe^ s^cfog the Northan 
propeity line. Deagnaled as Lot 
1, Section 1, laatvrood Mmof. 
Lyn^ven Borougb. 

IV. Ai^e^Km of Liei^hi [toad 
Pn^rties te. by A^n JRicWer 
& Com^ny for a chan^ of am- 
ing from R«Bdem» Duiflex Dis- 
trict 1 il€> 1) a^'R«4toace &i- 
burban CMsWot 3 (R-S 3) to illul- 
i^ * Wmaiy n^d^^e D^trid 
P-M) of tte lotowir^ two pw- 

Pmoa 1 ^mted att tte N^- 
eaat hrt^eectiw of Hilttop Itoad 
saa iBOm Road, ttaaiim 9^6 
fe^ on I^skin Roirf. havmg a 
dei^ of 488.51 ieei on Hait<^ 
Road. Having a width of 1030 J7 
feet ^oH ^ North^n property 
line and a deptti of 2W feet, more 
or le^ alo^ the W&^em prop- 
erty line <ti» W^iKn fflite of 
Virtor BmA). 

Pittt»l 2 located «t the NorUi- 
east intersection of Vlotpr Road 
ami LsMkiit R«m1. Fronting 74 feet 
on loMlm BiM, lumi^ » ^pth 
of 2SW3 feet <m Vktor BotA, a 
wi^ <A TIM Ieet tfeng tte 
Northern proper^ fine aoi a 
d^ of m^ feet idei^ <^e 
^i^m jKogetty line. Lyinhavpn 

B<m»^. 

-V. Andfcation <d The IPIh- 
boMls In<»rponiied by D^4 H- 
Payne tiff the discoivtfaiu^Hy, 
cbxswe am) idjioxlomnei^ of ^ 
following iteeets or |^ of 
^a«ets to tt» aitodMsion oTKudee 

H^i^its: 

Hdwot Avraue ejrtendlng from 
l^(tee Bottlevud to Nco^Jiakie 
Boad, a di^ance of 195 feet: 

Tbes Noitoeranwet eiKi of Eta 
Une b^lMing at ttie North «de 
ot Immli ijm& and extending to 
like Rudee, a <H^ance of 141 
feet, iruffe or lem; 

The We^naaort portion of 
^tru^ I^w eitoiding from tiie 
W^^m side of Rudee Bmitevard 
to to termhiation at Lote A 11 and 
A e. a dirtance <rf 85.96 feet; 

I^dar Ixm e^radin^ fran 
the W^)@r» side ot Noxti^de 
EmI to i^'tenmnattoi ^ Zjofas 
A 16 sod A 17, a di^OK^ of 213 
fee^ awre or less; 

litt Nocttemmort part of 
f^Mti)^ Road be^m^ng M ^ 
West fikle of Itautoe Boutevaid 
and extending Smith and West to 
tte Noittom pr«pei^ line of Lot 
8, ]^ck C, a distaim <rf 369.^ 
1^ Lynidiaran Borov^ 

VI. Ai^wi^n of J<An Aw- 
^na firtorprk^ Jac. by Kettrai 
and Kdlvn, motm&ys, ftv <he 
ittK^AmuMoe, dMme kbA Atn- 
dorawrt of a pn^K^ed 90 foot 
fi^ of KMy b^msing d a point 
W1.90 feet ^n^ of tiw Noiio& 
aiMl S<n^lMn Mlmiy ri^ of 
waty m tte l^t «<te of Pli^ 
'nidi. Said.c^ of wi^ erti^l^ 
in deptt 901.01 f^. Lymifaavra 
Bon«^. 

VE Appli(^OT of G«^m M. 
Wl^^tfrt by K^ui ^ Kid- 
hm, .Wtfli^^ |<ff ^ d^^W- 
v^^ <te4M Md iMuMI^MMt 
<rf ttiA pai<^ c^ Old dES^ 1^ 



^JRoad, iM«n: ^k* right o| 

, as ahown on (tit of S'^at of 
jerty oC Gi«v<ifin m. Whita^ 

;t, extandtr ngth 409 

. more or teas. i4<Htad 9M 
West of Fifl» r."lo™i Rom 
iM Southern pro. 
773 feet West of ram. c. 
Road at the fktAttn {irc^ , 
hne. Lytmhaven Borou^. 

vm. Aiiplicatlon of G. C. Man- 
son Jr. tor a Use fmcoM «p poa'- 
struct a 16 unit iDi»tel on certailt 
property deaSgi^ted as Lot $ 
Block 99, Hat No. 6, Vitglnl* 
Beach Development Company, io- 
cated at tte Northaraat jatarsec- 
tion of 28th fitieet and Pacific 
Avenue. Fronting 50 feet on Pa- 
cific Avenue, having a daiitt of 
116.97 feet along Tt/Ok Street, a 
depth of 115.97 feet along the 
Noittem ■pnapaiy line and » 
deptt ^ 50 iaat dMg the Wea^ 
era w«j>ei^ toe. Vi^iM BeaA 
Akoi^A. 

m. At^lkMlimirfAlbacore 
ReAy,hM. i^ ftw^* Tobop 
t<x a ch^^ cl wam^ firom Ub^ 
ited Corao^i^ IM^M 1 (C4L |) 
to Genend C^nmer^ Dtsbwt 1 
(C^ 1) ^ea^»ln ^ojwty toci^rt 
at the &>^iieA <mmm of B^y- 
side Ro«l, ^«We 647, imd Jeridw 




42&.a401 FOR ir^M|X)IA'rt 



MiTOMCrPtVf 



20 y Uitemal iilea Fy fa ja 



FOR MIM 1963 tIpH TR4 
like new conditlOB. oMirifloe. 
Oril m. Maddot at 4281242 
to Imtter infq|ir 



iOUCXMY — llBI Mootclair, 4- 
teor M|Mjfite. ttadle ^-< 
teiter. ^I^H oond. 
GA8-760rW8lr 




rflke iUgjII^ Mom fw tent to 

,^beatod. BreakftMt 

dadred. tm h^- 

,«»HGA8-rW)4 

6 p.m. and aU day l^tur- 

<||y add Sunday. 




fti^nttAL^^rwri 



H Ai»f^ii^» FMwifM 



HI — Wntfr 
nto <M- ^i|ff muKi. 8 ^^ 
zocm% weB h^ei attrMtive, 
M »)cr, <rae»yi yaM. GA 
8-2712 or GA 8-1^ 



MSM^mY— 19^7 two^oor hard- 
top. R^to, ^^^^pmjM' 

h^ pOfMr hn>|li and powJer 
wmdowa. In ^mtent ooodi 
Ikm. MuM be seen to be 
ci^ed. iPrksed f<^Qiti<± 
1600. Oall GA8-24P1. 



'm 



side Road, Wute «47, ana jencmi « AooUaneo Sarvicaa 
Road. Frontt« 175 teet <» Bar r TJ ' *■ ^ ^ 



$i<te RfWd, tai^ a ^rth of ^ 
f^ on JOTcho Road. Said prop- 
et^ bang a ^t of Parcel D, 
SeoUOT 4, Ara^na Vfflge. Bay- 
ude Botou^. 

X. Appltertton of DeBa L. Par- 
lam fw tte diacmilinttuice, Alp- 
ine and alHmtoMneirt ol 1{^- 
laven PR»n«Mde, a 25 loot i^it 
of way beginning at tte ^aA i^te 
of Ptotoom Circle aiKl ^etmdlng 
in a Nmtteity <&ecaon ^n^ the 
Eaat ^e of Lot 6, Koek 2, ai^ 
chvBlon of Oc«m Park, fmr a d»- 
tan<» of 136 fest, more or 1«8, 
bounded 00 tte Earthy tte Lynn- 
haven aiy. Bayade Bowmgh. 

XI. An>i^^n of Wiffiam E. 
& Edward L. SiH^er by Robert 
CromweH, Jr., AltoH»y, for tl» 
d^ccnftinuance, cimaae a»l d»n- 
domnM* of a 10 foot atrip <m tte 
Bart si<te of Seaview Avenue, hav- 
ii^ a <teptt (rf 247.8 ifeet; begin- 
mng at tte Seutt rtde of Lee 
Avraue jffid o^nding Sd^ to 
the Southemmort end of SeAvfew 
Avenw, lying adjacent to tte. 
W^ern side of Lota 1 mA 10, 
Block 4, am«K^iaat of a»sa- 
peal^ ShOTea. (Se^^ew AvewK 
pipaitiy a 60 foot r^ht of w^}. 
^^lide Boro^. 

331. AppUattcm of Allen J. 
Gettd iw a ctamge of zooing 
from Resktence SidxulMUi Dis- 
trict 3 (R^ 8) to General Com- 
nwrdal Dtetrict 1 <G-C 1) of cer- 
tain pi»perfy fKfltt^ T^ feet pn 
tl» North a^ of ftrU^fiit 
Drive <foimei!y Stopavffle Epa<^ 
BmMje 165); b^nfcii« at a point 
43 feet, more or la^ Bart of 
PriMe^ Aime Road <^mierly 
New Kenipsvffle mm), Wn^ * 
depm. of 215.0 feet alp^ tt« 
Eastern property Una, liavii^ a 
wi<Wi of 75 Ieet 9km tJiANortt- 
mn property li2» '^kstiwt' aad 
Southern Railro«i ^>t of way); 
Baying a <teptt of 219,99 feet 
akig the WestKn i»operty line; 
^mtaininS 0.^6 meres. Kem|»- 
vUeB«>ra^ 

xm. ApplkifMA M Grayson 
M. Whitdmiit for a dupge of 
zoning firom R^dence Suburt»n 
Dirtrif^ 2 (R^ 2) axKl R^uienoe 
Suburban Dirtrict 3 (R-S 3) to 
muUqde - Faa% Resiitoice Dis- 
trk* mM) ami a Use ^imit to 
opento a nursing hon« on cer- 
tmn property fnmth^ SB6 feet on 
tte W«!* tide <rf Kirt Colonial 
Itoad, Itoute 615. Booming at a 
point 1710 feet Noitt of i^kson 
R(»d, IU»te 640. Having a deptt 
of 993.08 feet ahmg the N<ntteTn 
jmp&^ lu^ a widtt of 370.73 
feet itong ti» Wertern property 
Itoe and a deptt of 1076.66 feet 
^1^ the Souttem property luie. 
C(mtaimng 8.813 xms. I^mitta- 
ven Bonmgh. 

10^2T 



VAC£fUM CLEANERS~Hoove& 
&tei a^ aervi^. PrMipt ^ 
H^^ re^4n. Fiek up agg 
deWfry. Pltone GA8-^BL 
Ft^ f^ed k Buil^ag Sup- 
^toa, tee. 



22nd St., 41t^- Upper rear apart- 
* -^^* '- bath, tomHI 
comtoinaiHwi, 
stow, refrig- 
er»tor,1^ira^ hes^r. Water 
Cifl GA 8-2724. 




urn 



Ishool 



1^ i^^ ♦W-HI bedTEiOT 
jtafAAed i^aMm^ ii^tudhig 
^ mm^ m a Mtomatk 

|1M. mm OA^-WiR 



3t l^Wlm-^Ropoirlnfl 



Ni?W AM) R^AIR WORK 

Pbmtttog — Heating 
Elecbteal — Air Ckmditioning 

F^D^^SS ANNE PLUIBffiING 
AND MjECTRICAL 




32 Drosaiwakim — SowtiHp 



MilERATVOflS— M typ^. Out- 
^de Jobs accepted. Call Mrs. 
Kight at B^solBtMVMMl or 
conw in 317 I^^dh ItdV Vk- 
gmia Be»d). 



EMPLOYMENT 



42 Help W«ita4ltalo or Pomalo 

WX^^S — Msfe or iemaie. 
Woei. ilwt be expefteiK^. 
Bott leplar and part time 
wsrk. Af^ly Attantk: Oeanei^ 
mi 21rt St. 



43 N«ltlow Wantod.>*^fomale 



BABYSilUTMi— liftdy would like 
i»^sittmg by dny^ or nigit 
341^5467. 



BAfi(»SrrTlNG--Want 4 year old 
boy to keep for working mott- 
er. 42fr«^0. 



MERCHAhPiSE 



90 ArHelM For Sato 



CONSOLS — Silver. Excellent 
^mdMitm |%. Shopnaitt witt 
a«»esasies, $25. 428^28. 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— |^.M 
cofl^tetdy installed, heavy 
duty T p^, Witt four lines 
(100 f^). i»t in omcreto. 
Phone f A 8-42^. Fuel, Feed 
& KiUibig Supply. Inc. 



ANNOlfrKlMENTS 



10 Sp^al NoHcos 



U^RN POUC^TYLE BANJO 
QualUied tutor witt {nrofe^onal 
bi^Ggrouiid iM Uaek you to 
pliy tte traditiomd 5 strii% 
banjo. Mountain, Fdk and 
B^Sra^ rtyles tau^ Also 
Vm Guitar. €^-916i. 



11 Trawyoftathw 



A aud P Oltn^lWAm «C.~We 

wfB d^ver ytwu- ^ or iwa 
any dty. B<nMM #t«»:s. <^ 
avafliide to re^^^ttto fai^ 
to ^iw to Wert C^^ aqd S^ 

Artoifo. cm 8m4mk. 



12 LMt-Povnd 



'KM Mm", atfe, 80 peimds. 
w«d. ^«^4«0. 



OOMPUOf 16M MOVIE OUT 
lW-^4ielak cam^a, projectot-, 
and screen. Many extras. Sacri- 
fice. |laed tnr and 4 stools. An^ 
ikm» boi^M antf sold. ALAD- 
DMm LAMP ANTIQUES, 340- 
•800.^ 



#^ m^«% I^Mi effici. 
en(^. 1 and 2-bed2t}om apart- 
ments. Reasonable week^, 
iiKinthly, or annual rates. 



FURMaiED or tl^illRNISHH) 
—2 bedawims,, living iwm, 
dining ro<Mh. Wi^r fumitted 
$90 a montt, yeu^ly raiUd 
GA8-36m} or 855-1947. 



l(Nh Sbifet — 2^«htKHn ateam- 
heaMt SuJtaMe fir 2 cM^es. 
aawmaUe. JUao Nib St 1 or 
2h^room qpfbaietf lv>ei^ 
renM. ^aaouMa. GA8-t441 
<^liA2-129S. 



nM. BTATl ran SMf 



124 HwMM For ^to 



2Btt Street — Emamcj i^artr 
tmk, sidtaMe itr eou^ cr 
Uf^. CXxi«eitfent to aB aloiea. 1 
Uoek from botch. |66 ttKAitt 
imttdtog uffitties. 4a3«7«0. 



Bached Af^m«^ All lilies 
iiK^i^d. Oralrally located. 9^ 
]^ar sound renW. GA84880 
«r 8^1947. 



if 2, a^ 3 bedro(»n a^ulmaitt. 
l^pMud a nd uni^usiahed. 
iAmth^ and youly rantals. 
Go^ar Rei^, 2M Idtt Street 
Omi» 4^1330, ni^ta 43$ 



BAY COLONY— Low^ 3 be* 
rmun, i batt hBom cq Wff x 
iW mnm kit. JUiA vmmmt 
oil heat, one bedroMa vr-^A 
ditimed. bnmwiule poaesnoo. 
ni^M^ i^UUda. Owner. 
CaU GA&2401 diQrs and G4 
8M01 iMer 5 JO pm. 



128 Root estate Waiilod 



Lirt witt y<Mjr nei^bor for p«- 
sonal service. We need hoi^ti 
lots, acreap, small fanu, dn- 
pl«cM. We take trade-hn^ ako 
purchase e<;^ities. JU B^SX 
ni0^ 4128-2164. 

L^ha Fondren 
WAIiJlK REALTY, INC. ,p 



NORTH EM) — Comifletety fur- 
ni^ed, iSbadroom h(»ue. Hert 
arid -water furnished. $135 
monthly. GA 8-7453. 



ESSX HOUSE Wnm, — 16tt 
and Ooesmfroi^. Itooms wtth 
lad withsjft batt, |10 and 
$1^.50 weekly. Comfoitatdy 
furnished. GA 8-9467. 



30tt l^neet — Compl^idy fw- 
^sbed, modern apacta^its. 
iiKrt aid water inclined. 2 Ni- 
rooms — $115 per montt. 1- 
bediSun — |65 p^ meott. 
GA 8-7453. 



EUDEE Mg^ p^is^^sms 

1, 2 be^oom ef fkaendea <»n- 
l%t^, fumitted. Weeklii^ 
atonthly. "We can ftimish ev- 
ei^flflng but food." $60 |»nth- 
\y minimum. GkM^, GA 
8-97bi: 



LARGE 3 rooms and bath, h^ 
l^As, and hck water inclu<^ 
Couple. $67.50. C^ GA»^W1? 
after 7 pin< or el day Sunday 
and Moiuli^. 



117 Wonted To Itont 

We ne«l 2, 3 and 4 bedroom 
haam aiKl a q pa rt men to . Two of- 
^ot& witt 4 lidl tInM mital 
a^nts to sen^ ym. Call Mrs. 
(Mahatthe 

NEW BEACH OFFICE 

4284110, nitfiAs 428^13 

LARASAN REALTY C(»IP. 



TSal feTAtfe f6ft Sale 



122 Apartmowts F.or Soto 



GATBWOOD P^MC — New du- 
plexes. Low MaintensM%. At- 
tractive woo^d k>ts. Priced to 
s^ quick. 

Deitat Conrtructhm Corponrticm 
34i6311 3408^11 340^790 



124 Heutos For Soto 



THALIA POl^ «D., 600-^ouse 
for sale. Beautiful oin»r lot 
Boating riglMs. 

Deibat Conrtructkm C<»pomti<m 

340^11 3403^1 mMmni 



CLASSIFIED DI»H^Y 



AUCTIONS 



y Riganto ,Ai. 



Clients waiting. We need Ik^ 
in^. Tw> offices wMh 20 sales- 
men. Meaner MLS. C^ Rdand 
Hyde at our 

fmN BEACH OFTICS 

4^4110. ni^t9 428-1490 

LARASAN I^gALTY C(»tP. 



t^ tistlnfs Wanted 



ReaUts— Aoti(mr-huying or s^- 
ing. Free vilusrtkm. We know" 
<U» Beach. L^ w^ us. CaH 
Bin McKnigl^ at our 
NEW BEAOI OFFK^E 
4284110, nigMa 4^7382 
LARASAN REALTY CORP. 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



tmmmom 



FumiiA^ }>ju! unfurtiittad one 
to 4 &droom hom^ imd ajMurt 
n»nts. ^ort tem ox ye»riy. 
AncMr Reatty. <M GA 8-7421 
anytisie. 

gone S1|EEET,817— 2 l*edipa|tt 
apts. H^ mt and eM wa^ 
*fuT n^>ed. CaU <H 8-1890. 

Lo<s*ed in the heart of tlw beaA. 
ReasimaMe, y««ly. iOAMTlS. 



n j^MflwId Ckwds 



APfCUNCBS — Used eteotric 
rtwa mi ^ctr«: lefrigera^tor. 
Ri^sbiaMe. <M Mr. Faurt onay 
fl^ 428-8111. 



AFHJANCI^-Barpha in good 
used refl^ntan^ freezers, 
ranges, wt^ng machines, dry- 
&8. Teams to suit. Hirtz Bazaar 
at Oo^na. (^en 9 to 9. GA 
8-70%. 



DI^IWASKER and «nk omAina- 
Am $50. TiAtes: Drop-leaf an- 
tiqiM r^aodui^oo $125., Large 
twnd, 6 leaves ^., Gi^e4^ 
^v^ 4 chairs $35. htmer $45. 

GA»wn. 



Hudtore of all kinds tqiholrtered 
aj^ lefinitted. Free erthn^ea, 
imica^h prioes. .Mitoo»btte 
aeiA eo^ers, tops, and headlin- 
era a& tastMatm^ and fittiKi. 
IffllK^ Uph(dsterii^ Co., 1000 
Vi^taia B^tt Bbd. Plume 
^1797. We iNiy aiKi sen new 



K7C^-^t2 Umlew t<« ev&ry 
mm^% tte Muie. HM cash 




Ocean Court Mot^ Apartments, 
206-19t^ Strei^ M^<m^ 
aparti^ts. All utiliii^ fur- 
nished.' Alao, 4-ioom apart- 
ment and fun^^ed Tooim. 
Block from Bup^ Station. By 
week 0^ month. 



1-23 room apartmeDts. $754125 
moirth. Ufflitj^ furnished. S»a 
Tide Motf 1. Diai 428-1828. 



25th Street, 201^1 be*-oom 
apartn^ito. $65 yeaiiy. (M 
JanI Qefilty GA 30666. 



Efficien<y aparUmSt over garage. 
WeU Rested. 101 Eate^ Dr. at 
Ocean' Ave. GAS^C^. 



FINANCIAL 



HfMEOWNBtS 

R^ace Yov Mi 
OMf Moattly Payneait 



AMqPNT 

ffdoo 

3000 



M VS8. 

pmt MO. 

$22 J2 
33.32 



IS nts. 

pm HO. 

$16.8a 

25.32 



Hie Flm and Sfecoai 

Mw^age Seivicea 

MA 2-^16 — 24 hom 



Ask Your Eye Phystoton Aboul 

mYLOR'S 

Vir^nia iMck't on^ 

OUILD CmtOAN 

1349 LasMn Read, Va. Beach 

Sciwb4 H> MdwomHi MS^ 
GAiiMMIM 

• — k£»«SS SERVICES 



MAKTHA HSZER 

VIRGINU BEACH, VA. 

t!ifts For Any Occasum 
Antiqftes, Accessories 

DECORATOR CONSULTANT 



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fhmc Credit Cards 
BeiRg Widely Used 

vmoINIA BEACH— The use of credit cards for long dis- 
^n% tefe^Mim calling is growing rapidly. The Ctesap^ke and 
JhMomw TetefAoM Company of Virginia reports that white in 
1957, 28,WO Bell System Credit Cards Yfot mxted in Virginia, 
i^e thai 63, sew are now held by C&P users. In the same period, 

sy credit card holders has jun^wd 



lii iHunber of phoiw calls made 
^Ete KiBie 80,000 to over 
ItO.OOO a month. 

The increasing popularity <rf 
tim telcfrfione credit card, accord- 
1^ to L. F. Patrick, locaJ C&P 
manago; is dw to the ojnvcn- 
htm and simplicity with which 
kMi[ distatfoe calls can be mule 
1^ peofrfe when tiiey are away 
tmn the c^ce or hcrnie. It also 
povld^ an ^sier method of 
Mnntaining rewards on telejAonc 
caNs. 

itell System CSrcdit Cards are 
fnsiuently used bv rKidcntial 
tt^ers as well as business custom- 
en. Many firms have found tfic 
telet^Bc cr«Iit card most con- 
^ient for djcir executvies, sales- 
men and <^er key people who 
have occasion to trawl. Hwe in 
Virsinia. some <rf the larger com- 
fMOKs have distributed several 
hundr^ to t^ir personnel. 

In making tasiness apooint- 
ineiMs, salesmen ami others use 
^dr telefAoiK ci^t card to cdl 
a^ead to <fistont city firms. This 
ttermits better planning <rf their 
^^mfffy fw di£ day, thus saving 
0ke for themselves and the dis- 
tant puty. Many trucking com- 
^nies wtiwde their drivers with 
a crwfit tard so that thev can 
Gto;k on pickups, delive^es and 
fpr Idling in cases (rf ema*- 



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KACH RESIDENTS 
RE(M£ 163 DAYS CARE 

Virginia beach— Scvoi- 

teen Virginia Beu^h lesictente re- 
wived 163 days <4 care at the 
University (rf Virginia Hospital 
and ottt-pAtietrt clinia kMt year, 
It was anncwnced test week. 

Tlie annoal stattetkal repMt 
for the war, whidi eatkd June 
30, 1963, showa new records 
w«» srt d«ri^ the 12-month 
pwwd. TTwreJwere 16,051 per- 
ils tac^Mtfdo^ dw average 
Mily aauM ma 430 mtients and 
^ Mlai ^nb^ ol days care 
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Credit Card most useful, espe- 
cially when they are away from 
home an vmti or vacaticms. The 
credit cards simplify calling 
ahead for hotel and motel reser- 
vations, notifying friends of their 
arrival di|le and to check back 
home with the fiunily. Recently, 
parents have b^n {W^vidii^ their 
children away at college with 
telephone credit cards. 

In the past few years, the use 
of the telefriione credit card has 
been extemkd beyond the limits 
Kji the U.S.A. Ttxiay, telephone 
companies in Italy, the United 
K i n g d o,m, the Netherlands, 
Sweden, the Philippines, Hoi^ 
Kong and other couirtries i now 
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BEACH SUN-NEWS 



PUBLISHED TLiESDAYS & THURSDAYS 



VIRGnOA'S SECOND 

LARGEST SELLING 

SEMI-WEEKLY 



W^ XK^\/f|l No. 7i 



TItEPHONi OA 8-a^1 



VIWINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA,. TUESDAY, OCTC»ER 8, 1963 



6 Pages 



SrNGLE COPY: 5c. BY AAAIL $6.00 PER YEAH 



Nltitop Area 
Growing As 
Medical Site 

HILLTOP— Plans fw- a ifcird medical facility near Hilltop 
wt® 4isck^ wer the week-end when a Virginia Beacti architect 
MMUK^ that a Medical Center is propmed for a 4-acre site on 
nu Oo^ial Road. 

WHUam Edward KfeCSui^ architect for d» project, ulU that 
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mm i^ imMmd^ iteut 1% 

Tteb^yqg, e^koited to o^ 
apiauteMU^ $WO,(m, will ^n- 
taiif «ffioei for doctors, dnrtM 



NKter Auto 
lee Coiteit 
Mniieff Namtf 



niAZA->Wln»ers of tbe Mai- 
' Itr .toto SttEidee C(»^r^on cra- 
IM to n^ tt» melUnf time of 
a mJMu pdund pUe of i<% were 
•Mmtoe^ ttOs we^ 1^ Rdieit L. 
nMm, m^a§Bt ot iim firm'i 
j nMRHt aton <m Vii^^Ma W^A 
W^, near IPi4i^e« Ame Fta». 
The center was h^ in con- 
with (te promMm ami 
for the Sept. 28nl to 
ad Opening of 4beUA8C 




of -ate flnt priae 

wu Lt. %. L Vraable, of 

^^Ljify^ JMve, Virginia 

1W» Ifr. K. T. GiteMter. 
If UOI H^l^ lam, Vbrtfnia 
Bei^. i4y«ff <M Danny ftice, 
of iM^^^^m Avmm, Prtocen 
A^ Mea was idnn» of ^' 
IWttlid i^pe. 

Iflie "^1^ O^Kd) Ovd. loca- 
tfan te ttae ttted tamA man fm 
U^Hls^ AiM^^^e Corpo»Uon 
a^the TMemrte- Atei. 



and n/ther medical prcrfe^imato, 
he aald. 

Actyiititton of tiw 4-acre iMe 
wu hra^l l^ H. 0. ^mro, 
Vir0nta Gea<^ red ^ate bnAtf. 

The atte ^ lo^ed on ti^ »aae 
side of FM Cirtmlal ^ad, fonn- 
erly called Mill Dun Road, » a 
propMed $^000 1W4^ nurs- 
ing b<mM f(^ ai^^ patieite. 

!t will i>e aerwH the roi^ ftom 
the phmn«! 1^169,865 CSenend 
Hospttil of Virginki BetKih. 

Ground te^dnog for tlM Hedl- 
^ Omto' Uf MMively icMK^d 
for early qrring wA f^m^mction 
is «cpectod to iake skoM 18 
montiM. It 4:u»M be completed 
abotrt the mim tin» the mw hf»- 
piUi is rea^ for oceu{a«y. , 

llie ^ fii« lloi»9 wlU cimtain 
% imtt^ud futtes iduch wHI be 
d^dpwd to mH ^ needs of tiie 
tmsii. Tte kmtt' tend wUl ha'ra 
a lounge and funlities fa* {Mre- 

liie eMe will ttt landacaped wtth 
fennal frianthig areas at fte tNoe 



Traf^ Wetim 
Ceiitftieii Good 



TOMJA — An M - ye» • dd 
"MiUa girlr lnui«d in • i<»r «^- 
<tettt Suoda^ n^, was r^mted 
in "smO' «x^m Monday 
monUi^ i4 D^iol Ho^Atal. 

Judith Itowning was a {^sen- 
,ttr in t fpr driven by her ma^^, 
In. ChrtMne S. Downhig o^ 908 
B^an Um, n^wn vehide was 
struck by a car driven by Chaites 
9. IMly^ tlw l^ Lawren<». 

1%e isddmt occurred about 8 
p.m. ^Qidsy on itouto 58 at to 
Thalia ^[Amec^^m. 

F^e^^aipt a «. stone said 
•fon^ ttaft IMiy's car was bead- 
ed west idmI wm trat^^ at a 
^h rtte «tf ^eed In the ^- 
bcmnd Um wh^ the coUi^on 
oocnured. 

DfA. Ciil W«at wm attemi^g 
to orartale tiie K^ ^r because 
M: ms q)^Dxg ai^ «i tlw wra^ 
.Me of to n«d wlmi It 9trw± 
to Down^ car. 

Ke^ iHi teen dialed with 
redden AiNtog, ^ne aiid. 

"Hie aocM^ was inveitigarfed 
by Det: WeiM and Patrobnan 
R^idiard B^oii^. 



Sundewn Is 
HRe To Slow 
Down Driving 

Sepeath^ to ^pn t^ las 
becone to ww l di wo M ot#l^- 
^oa B^tch Safety ^r^u's V^^ 



e an 
fniatata mi rt^^tk^ ^ols. 

A^prie ftf^pbiV ^M^ wifi 
atoo fee inovM«i, llcC^g nU. 

Itte Teeesied inwomy and 0as8 
iraUs m to firat flkNir wlB o^ote 
a proteeled wallnray around to 
tMse fd to b^Usg. 

Moose Cionttrudlon Co. of Vir- 
^i^ B^di wQl twHd to centar. 
John A. UMmn & Aaaae^ibm 
vM be mechaitoi ^^oe^tag 
eoHultaiM and Joe D. <^nn ^. 
wU be i^iicteuai o^eer. 




ivond Broiceii For New Chureli 




tVaONA tt^CH — (Hxwnd- 
bresHbq^ &iitmmAm for a new 
Caiuid) €t to Ck>od 
iNtidiiHf ^rate h^ re- 
st to tito tocated between 
IVinds Sdiool utd Unttom 
But Schod m yiddn R(»d. 

^^fMtruction on to Iwldiiig is 
sti^yUbd to g^ un^rway in to 
aMT lolttre and to target d«to 
Icar Ms ow^flkm has te^ set 
An- M^ d, 1061 

The |»ae^ btifiding me at 
IMi Street nd Oonirf^regl has 
bera pttf^tild t^ Wbon R. 
^N^Niito wfio plan to c<»atrw!t 
i'tttid tiiQ« next yeu*. 

HMi to n^r churdi k buU^ 
ttw @u«R^ri^ wtt oo^inue 



meeting at to present Imadh^. 

(te lufid for to gnwnd-taed^- 
ing ^reniontes were tlMinas B. 
IMmting, dnlrmm d* to buflding 
ccMimiiittee, Dr. J. LuttMr Mauney. 
pwMmt ol to Vfar<gma Synod 
(rf toLutoran Churdi (rf AnMi^ 
lot, and Rev. John David Keller, 
former paitra: of to idmrdi. 

Rev. K^ter was to first and 
^}ly |^Ml(nr of to Luttmvi 
OtmA of to Good ShcMM^ 
widch was ori^nised in 1^. He 
r^ratfy ^SM^ptod a positicMi as 
duq^in «»! prof^KH* of rdlgton 
at I^KOiolK CdO^st. 

The chunh Is presently wMiKHtt 
a i^Mbr. 




Pi^Ki^ at pMnd-4wiMdcu^ ^Mumm toe to mw Im- 
i^su CftiwA qI m CN»d Aeftod are 0A to r^t) R^. John 
I^vkl K^Nier, Thowtt B. ta^ng a^ Dr. J. iM^u Kteuney. 

d^to by Jtan Kattdffie) 



lodi^ mr^ 
Virf ii^is VnA mc^rists tot 
qwed «ld 4mI»ssb are a dte^ 
(^pblmftfaMi. Tbe p<^rem is be- 
kBg conducted hi m<p&tt^n 

&fety ConttilMee. 

'^ speed, i tf<m't m»n 30 <»- 
eo^ tiittes i»r hour-HH* even 40" 
to (Mil exidained. "^I mean a 
^leed tofs too last far drivh^ 
ecmdittcnffi. .^id diak Of <tarki^ 
are, obditions tb^ iM for travel- 
i^ at a i^ndi ^wer spe^ tium 
y<Mi if<xM travel on to sme 
road in di^li^." 

<^leC ^Anem ^^med that 
nyoiy motoWs are taken una- 
ware by to earlier du^ of Octo- 
ber, thas mototists drive by to 
dock ffiod A) liot da^en Gxeb 
sp^ S6 <texto^s cre^ up. 

*X»wouily," the CWef s^d, "a 
our goir^ at a kyw ^>eed osm rtop 
in a toc^ dMwoe than om 
gimg fiwter. Th^ hi a vital po^ 
in to ni^t drivii^ pWare. to 
duA <»* <tetneas a driver om't 
see as lar timd as Iw can in di^- 
U^. In fact, on a veiy dark road 
be can see «B^ to lei^ of te 
h^idll^t beun. For sirfety's ake, 
tiien, he ttould travd ^ a ^;>eed 
tbat wis maice H poatf^ for hbn 
to stop wHhIn to dfastance cov- 
ered by this beam." I 

Oiief Mmam aiao advUed mo- 
totaiU to hsn« tbeir cars d»ck^ 
reffilarly, ance ^t-second re- 
^jonn Is a must for night driving. 

"And, of course," he Kud, 
'^alertness is double impMtant at 
mght Ped^Mans, cj^lists, and 
<^6»er motorists are aU more dif fi- 
cuU to ^ at nis^. If to motor- 
ist is on to lo<rfc-oirt he's moK 
Utely to see tlmn in time to avoid 
an ardent. 



Metel Owners 
Elect Kitchin 

VITOMNIA BGACH-James L. 
Kitdiin, own^ of to Mewhyte 
bm & mom, wm be In^iyied as 
i)yc e s i<te i it of the Virgmla Beach 
WM, MottO, Oilti^ mA Apart- 
mwt AModatirai Od. 16. 

The liuftAMon vriU I^r pl«% 
dmtag a dlmi»' meelhig M to 
AnMsteua Motor RoM. 

Otii^ new id^^ss imlwle Mrs. 
G«<^^ Leary of to Homc s lead , 
vte preiklniit, Qnsee listen ci 
tte AvsioB BoM, se^etory; and 
tbBf Ntf <rf to Set Ifose ^i. 



Mf^r $' Triplets Doir^ Fine 




Mrs. Percy D. McKowan Jr. of Malibu went home Saturday 
and left her 6-day-old triplets at Virginia Beach H(»pital but they 
are expected to be released btor this week Gt early next week. 
They have bwn taken mt of the Isolettes and are doing fine. The 
triplets, two boys aiui a girl, were bom to the McKowans last 
We^sday. It wuto fir^t trifrfe birth at Viipnia Beach Hospital. 

(Boice Photo) 



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Pfoiined Racetrack 

PRINCESS ANNE— Commnnky suj^poit d to stock car 
mc x t imk . planned for Prinosss ^ne Borcmgh has gained rapidly 
over to p®st few weeks. 

Tfa« krt^t group to publiplyiuinounce support Of the track is 
the Virginal B^ch Hc^, Motel, Cottage and Apartment Asso- 
datim. 



The ttMk iMd prevkwaly been 
supfwited by the Virginia Beach 
duoitor of Commerce and to 
Vii^mla Beadi Automobile Deal- 
&% Aasodat^. 

Plans Uff to 'ilVi-mile o^ 
ft^halt track, to only cm of its 
aze in Vbr^ia, was announce 
eaify tet moi^ by Douglas! 
Shriton of Coltmi^ Re^y Oo, 
track a^it. 

The ncetrack and its 50,000- 
seat grandMand is proposed for 
the noi#m»t comer of Princes 
Anne and Sandbrid^ Roads. 

E^tta^^d c<^ of to land^ts 
1^0.000, Sl^ton sM, and eon- 
SHaction of to track -will &^ 
about $1,^6,000. 

Groups favoring to pno^d 
have stressed the need for the 
laffe omoete grandstand, lAsxh 
001^ be used for many ottier 
events. 

Boy LaMere, executive dhredor 
of to Cliantor of Contt^rce, 
said earlier that the frtacUum 
would "provide us with a place 
for professional football and that 
w<Hild bring yeo^ from ^ over 
theomntry to Virginia BeJili . . . 
we couW fill our mote^ every 
week^jd." 

He pointed out thM bep^» of 
lack of ample seating npacity, 
the Cl^itor has had to turn 
dovm two propMals wj^to ttie 
year that wmild have routed 4he 
resort much national piUidty. 
Tlie two ev«its would l^ve beai 
^evked frnn Vh^ia Beach. 

G«Be M^kim, presidiM of the 
Automobile Dealers ^mxai&>n, 
tms aMo nid thi^ to tnA wovM 



F-TA MEETir«» 

KEMPS\^XE — llie Wood- 
i^ick Q«nentary &hoal PTA wiU 
hold a lade to- sdK^' iA^ in 
tiw cafetffirium WedrnMA^ at 7:30 
p,m. 

lie claasnKMm wiS4e ofen so 
that ^r^Ms mi^ see ^ttt difl- 
dr^'s irark aid oMit to te»A- 



wil be aerved. 
AS psMrts «B iimM Is altond. 



be an off-season tourist attraction 

wiiich would boo^ land valu» 
Sfid aid business throughout the 
e»y. 

lliotii^ to im>j€0t met some 
opposition when first made 
known at a meeting of the Plan- 
ning Commission, it has since 
been widely endorsed by both 
individuals aiKi froi4>g. 

Om store owner near to pro- 
iwsed site told the Sun-News last 
week that to track "wouW really 
put Sandbridge on to map and 
make it as big a resort as Virginia 
Beach." 

The Planning Commission's rec- 
ommendations on the rezoning of 
the land for the track is exipected 
to be prewnted to City Coundl 
next Monday. 



McAdams Heads 
Piaza Group 



PLAZA — Princess Anne Plaza 
Shopping Center announces to 
appointnwnt of new officers for 
to 1963-64 term. J. C. McAdama 
of Roses will serve as President; 
Floyd Evans of Rices is Vice (Pres- 
ident; Caiarles Beard of tlie Plaza 
Hardware, Secretary; and John 
Taylor of to Bank of Vir^a 
Beach, Treasurer. 

AddMonal mentors of to 
Board of Directors include Harold 
darling of Colonial Stores, T. C. 
Kynis of Lar^an iiealty Corp., 
J<An Balitzki of The Hub, Robert 
O^ns of Hofheimers, and Eu- 
g«ie F. Gavrish of Peoides Drug 
StorK. T, C. Kyrus was appointed 
Chairman of ibe Finance and 
Membeitiiip Committee ami 
Floyd Eh^ns wifl act as Chainmn 
of to AdvaHsii^ CommMtw. 
ftnice, MaWiias, Redmond, Inc. 
1MB been appoui^ to Adveitii- 
ii^ A^»^ to the Mercluurt's 



Antique 
Show Set 
Oct. 24-27 



VnWJMIA BEACH— The Fifth 
Aimual Antiques Show and Sale 
wfll be held Oct. 24-27 at to Alan 
B. Shepod Ciyic Center under 
tee ^onsoi^p of to Princess 
Anne Woman's Club of Virginia 
Beach. 

Tt» annual event has gained in 
popularity owr to pa^ four 
yews until it now ranks as one 
<rf to most <Hi<t^anding antique 
toiws in to state. 

AH di^lay areas have already 
been reKn^ from dealei^ all 
over Virginia and near^ay states 
and some will come from ^ch 
distant sMes as Connecticut, Ohio 

Among the more valuable dis- 
plays wiil be found an original 
Whistler etching, an original 
George hmess oil painting, signed 
imd autonticated, items from the 
e^te of Civil War Governor John 
Gregory SmiUi, authentic presi- 
dditial china with the seal of the 
Uni^ ^irtes and many, many 
more. 

The diq>]ays will also feature 
large and snaU pieces of furni- 
ture, guns, pewter, 0a^ silver, 
brass and otbe* antique pieces, as 
well as old carnival flass whidi, 
tlwu^ not consi<^Nl antique, 
are a fad this year witb buyei^. 

A lar^ selection of new books 
on ai^quM will be offered for 
sale afid, by irapQar denrand, tiie 
Chesapeake and Pt^ooMK Tele- 
plums Cmipany vdll a^dn f^- 

of We in ^sterye». 

Mrs. Zida Artrip, leolurer and 
comultant on s^idis and fossdls, 
will demonstrate to painstakhig 
work {rf restorii^ marine "an- 
tiques." Mrs. Artrip, owner ot 
to Nautilus Shell Stop, is also a 
poet of some rekirawn. 

Proceeds from to show vdU 
be used to complete the dub's 
117,500 pledge to the plarmed 
General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach, which will construct and 
furnish to new hospital's chapel. 

Hie ^ow will be opened fTom 
noon to 10 p.m. Od. 24r^ and 
from 1 to 6 p.m. on Od. 27. 

This year's tood specialty in to 
Ho^itality Comer will be sweet 
potato pudding. 



City Attorney 
At Texas Meet 



VIRGESFIA BEACH — City at- 
torney George Vakos is attending 
to annual conference of the Na- 
tional Institute of Munidpal Law 
Offices in Dallas, Tex. 

He left Friday and will return 
this Thursd^. 



State Park May 
Double Capacity 

LYNNHAVEN — Seashore ^te Park may double te cam|W»g 
facilities by the time next vacation season rolls around. The park*^ 
new superiittendent, Johnny A. Ligon, said Thursday that he h(^s 
to add 200 new campsites by tot time. 

"Several hundred campers had to be turned away frorn the 
jNirk tills year becau% we were 



filled up," Ligon said, "More 
c«ni»ites are needed to keep up 
with the growing interest in camp- 
ing." 

One hundred and fifty new 
^es for tents and trailers were 
added to to park last spring 
bringing to present total to IMK). 

Ligon, who formerly served as 




J o ss ph A. L^ioii 



ranger at Bear Creek Lake Reerv* 
ation Area in Cumberland Coun- 
ty, arrived in Virginia Beacti Se^ 
13 to assume his duties at the 

ligon says he enjoys working 
vnth campers. "They represent ail 
walls of life and come fn>m all 
parts of the world. They're quite 
a variety of people," he said. 

His wife, Marjorie and thejr 
three children live with him at 
the park. "The kids have berai 
havuig a wonderful time with aU 
the sand and seashells," he said. 

ligon replaces former park su- 
perintendent W. W. McNeil who 
will become aiperintendent of to 
larger Pocohontas ^ate Park near 
Richmond. 

In addition to his duties sA tlie 
park Ligon i^ has under bis 
jurisdiction two wijdlife areas wi 
to eastern shore. "Tiiese are state- 
owned IHffher's Marsh near Onan- 
cock mi Wreck Mand just ofi- 
shore^BOff OySer. 

ligon pl^is to visit the two 
aresssoon to survey toir poss- 
bilities for reoTKition and will 
continue to make periodic chedcs 
tiffire. 



ra.tCE WEAK EtfRSUiY 
RIliG; HEARINS TODAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Fcwr adults a^ tloec j«v«iiles att 
scheduled to appear befwe Juvenile arid Domestfc ReliUdCMis Court 
Ju<^e L. TravB Branch today on 43 charges of burfjw^r. 

Police said thirt to se^^i have worked tt^tor m varimu 

lwn?laries. invirfving at least 11 places, sin^ O^otocr of last year. 

The four adults hsve been iden- 



tified as Lyman A. Charles, 22, of 
1127 Carver Avenue; Gener^ Lee 
Turner, 23, of 1905 WaAington 
Avenue; floyd Overton, 18, of 
1917 Wa^iington Avenue; and 
Richa-d Paul Davis, 18, of 136^A 
S. Bird Neck Ro»l. 

Deft. E. L. Knowks said Iz^ 
week that only one of to group, 
a 17-yeaivold, has participated in 
all the burglaries. The youth hie 
been charged with six bursaries, 
one attempted burglary and two 
petty larceniM. 

Th« fir^ break in cradcing 

what poHc* hava described as 

a burglary gang, came S^. 24 

vton four yeuto were in- 

volv«d In a traffic mishap wfiile 

fleeing an at tem p t ed burglary. 

At that tune poli(% were led on 

a 90 - mile - an - hour automoblte 

chase atong Potters Road &ai 

ended when to £^)eeding car 



flipped over as it tried to mite 
a turn in Oeeana. The passengers, 
Davis and three juvmto compam- 
ions, escaped injury. 

A %curlty guard at K»2q»viBe 
Building MaA^kds hie. <m BtMoaey 
Boad Ittd akried police tiiat the 
occupairts of to car had attempt- 
ed burglary of <to tNuMiag. 

Under questiomng, the yixiths 
revelled tteir connectior^ wWi 
a ntuxtor of unsolved burglaries 
and other mentors of the gang 
^irare picked up as a result of in- 
form^on supplied by tbe four. 

llie last arre^ w^ made lart 
Tuesday, Det. Knowles said. 

Most of the Inirglarws involved 
coin madiines, pdice refwrt^. 
Hie totad taken was aSx»t $1,000 
in change but thi» estinutte does 
jxA iiKdude damage to the xm- 
diines or otor iteim taken, 
Knowli^ sod. 



Hospital Honors Patient On Birthday- 




Mis. Maiy White of 708 26th Street was surprised on her 99th birthday Sstai^y wiA a 
parQr given by to Virgpinia Beach Hosphal aiKl its nur^ii^ staff. Pkrtured pre^nting to ciie to tte 
h<mcx^ guest are (1^ to r^t) Mrs. Sally Tuily, Mrs. Etol Thrift and I>. Ftoyd Etocmire. Mrs. 
WUto Itts be«i a p^tett at to h(%i»tal smce Dec. 1, 1961. (Bokie Vboto) 



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Vliw«« Bwdi:^N4^#BA^. Tuesday, October 8, 1963\ 

^2 ^ 

I he 25c United States Savinj^ 
ii;i -" ""w on .sa^e at post df- 
iicL at nutny schools 

^roughout ihcnfltioo — combine 
our nation's fla? ^'\(h the minute 
man — sym he IT.S. Sav- 

ings BoQds pru£»T.i since 1941. 



19 pruKrar.i 

FIRST STOP 
ON THE WAY 
TO SCHOOL 





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BIRTHS 

Cindr. Oiatos K. Spllto. USN 
and^Ira. Smith ^M^|^ Be«^, 

dilM, first dau^ter. 4Cri§ten Lau- 
n,4i|%it. 291n itorf ott jGen^ 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis l! Lawr- 
dure of Virginia Beach annoqn<» 
the toirth of their fwirth chUd, 
s^Hind son, John Patrick on Seot 
23 in ItePaul Hospital, llrs. Lav- 
«iiure is the former 3li^ Ann- 
Mam Beacom, daughter of Mrs. 
^^am Patrick B^com of Siotix 
C%, Iowa, md «he lile Mr. Bea 
com. Mr. Laverd^ is the son of 
Mrs. fcdwafi tt^nlure al» 6l 
Si<mx City and the late Mr. La¥- 
erdure. 




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RUTH OLIVER WINS 
IN SEWING mif 

^YSlt>E— Rurf Attne Svw, t%ighter #Mf. a«l Mr». 
Stanto^Olivw, Witchduck^ ftorf^, \^irg«A Bmcb» was tt«'i«oii'd 
place winner in the recently held "Make It Yourself with Wool" 
contest sponsored by the Virginia Wool |^f|£t As^icii^tUMi and 
the American Wool Council held last weet'at'iic lirtelliefferson, 

Richmond, Va. 

Ruth Anne ai^ her mother 
joun^yed to HichmoM to esto 
her green wool ^if t diMp, ma^ 
with a ja^et and attached awrf, 
but they didn't wait for ti» 
awards to he g^v&i as they w^ 
rudui^ to ^r ciMttin "KQly" OU- 
vei^s we^tt^. teth Amie was 
surpnsed and pteased to Iiear of 
h^ ^«1 foiteim. 

&i tatting to her about the con- 
test, sM @k} Oat 4ie heard aixnU 
it ttiii^H^ ter 4H Club work and 
the iwl^int County Agent, Sirs. 
Lu^ (Wver, be^p^ the girls with 
tUi {Hojecl. 

Other girls from Virgixiia Beach 
talung pait in the contest wet«: 
Miss Pat Brlckhouse, Sharon 
Bxaun, Susan Braiin, and Theresa 
Pecaek. ^niey an aQ students at 
Princess Anne High and Kellam 

The Awards Program was held 
September 21 at the Jefferwn 
Hotel at which time the winners 
were awan^id ribbons. They will 
receive wool aa tbeir prizes. 

Rutti Anne is presently serviiijS 
as president of the Sa^le C(M»> 
munijbr ^ Club. Acsordl^ to 
her, ite^ clubs are tryi^ ^ 
reach everyone now md not juM. 
the farm y«ing people. Citiieo- 
ship, Safety, anl L^der^up m% 
just a few of ttteir projects. 




CPOWivegCWb 
Meetibtg Mmday 



UTRM CBEEK 
W«|diM CFO MftVi 
hoithti regular hui 
at 8 p.m 




The itane 
wUl 




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plans will be made to- 1 
"Get Acquainted Coffee" for all 
Wiv99 of CPO's or e^valei^ «:- 
ttve iff retired. TKe eoifee m 
s^edited for lliund^ from 10 
stm. to nom i^ Oat Ltttie Cr^k 
Cmiluh. 

Uearibers may eidl Mrs. Hudsm 
at ^<W690 m ^b^MporUtion, it 




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Pi Beta Pip 



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31 S ■ 31 St STREET 

Aoms Um Stnti from KISeS 

Pho ne GA 8«15 21 

NORFOLK 
300 BOUSH STREET 

EqnteMe BdHh« 

Phone MA 7-3252 



B}. SAM MASON, RJPh. 



ANho^ hMory oRm 
^ismimt pkban of £«^'i «mtae»m- 
tkm to Ac tarty m^ of uuOUkt, 
d^ iWe tndi is «M tte IpfpiiMs 

n^i tte vMiM4r likni' Vf<vea' iff 




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tMoMan to a m» ^ ^ 
fe^kM, noffwrwtf ciiiMpfM « 
nWorthw viWdii mm Mr art fNc- 
deed oa wsi^ wOkm of tteir 
M^B, tare M hqpeiw to ftthotB^fr 
br Mm W/fsfiftmrn a^cr olMMT cd 
aor AmcIM. Howe, nmtowi «• A* 
thi«ih^ of grart MMdfcal aimnce 
«otaP«4 Nt mm ofr ftwIliH I— a» 
ei^ wMch iraditefc bfaa a MMile 
legacy to poitcflty. 

The lerrk* yo« OM cspoct irt 
BARK'S REXALL FB^IMACY wfll 
aevcr li^ ilMit of ^riiMoa* Fer- 
MMuri aHHrtim aHl MiM^ tttfite 
mrt oar aufai rtodc la tiaie. Lofl^ 
for an of yoor drag aa4 Mradry 
BMMb at BAI«% Wauat. I^R- 
MACY, 17tt ft AttuUc Ave. . . . 
Pkcoc GA 1*1211. Kee ptcaci^OB 
dcBvcry. 

(B<A tMH nd 1 have BOUtiv 
narBMcy at fflUti^) 



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Cards 

All Goren Bridge Tips 
Prizes, Etc. 

2010 Adantic Ave. 
G A 8-3451 



304 LadKta Road 
GA 8-5346 



ERSTTY PAHK, Pa. — 
Katiiy iBlair, daugtiter of 
and M». A. F. Blair of 14 
Spring 'Road, Virginia Beach, 
hit been initiated into t>i Beta 
pit! Frademlty. 

Blair is a sophomore at 
Patuiiylvania State University, 
mfi^ilng in busrness administra- 
tjflll. 

Oul}9fo Meet 

VIRiGlNlA BEACH— The Boaid 
of Direoton of the Council ol 
Garden Ctotw W Vh^nia Beach 
met Thundty |[ tte home of its 
newly elected president, iMrs. 
A. H. Culpepper. 

Ten bc^d members, represeiA- 
iftg the various Council conunit- 
tees and CouncU cfiken, ' dis- 
cu^al in detail tibe plans itx u^ 
toi^ung year. 

Hie xi»)rganized and enlaj^^ed 
Cound win conduct tbe mat 
meeting of the present chtb year 
Oct. 9, Krben the Itfgar body will 
^asR <s&. the recommendations of 
(be Board. 

Ladies IMseusg 
(^iristmas Phns 

KO^ffSVULE — t^e Ladies 
Auzfliaxy to the KwniHnrile \M^ 
C%ri^ met Tliursdl^' id^ ^ a 
dhno- meetog «t Hottdi^ Itm 

11^ GNfffldelt .^ttl^ j^- 
d^ M ^ dissus^ ^ fms 

^ib^ 

ifes. 1. 6. Turma^ flMP° 
chafrnax^ Jateoditt:^ Mrs. mion 
»ferett,.«flln«y imteiKftjr lor 
the YWCA, who ^ke <mi Che 
miAdi^ and cai« of hi^ 

l^orsing 6radui^ 

TOAIiA — Mtes 1^ mark, 
d^ttg^An- of Mr. and Mrs. frvii^ 
B^^e of 582 Homett laws re- 
ci^Qy graMsrted from Bdh \&- 
rad iiM|>M Scbod of Nui^i^ 
ia'f^emttk, N. J. 

Mte Sttf k ^i« ait edMor of t)w 
s(Ao6I^ yeMKxA and eohred on 
n^ sbidM ednuttteM Ankig 
hekr teraa tSieis. 

She plans to crnvtime ber stud- 
ies fsr ^ b»Ai^klr of seteoK (te- 
gree hi nurs^. 



DM X^kMs Mmt m Om^mn 




The past i^esidOTts of the Sutfcrik Chapter, Colonial Dames of the 1 7th century were 
hostesses iec^tly ft» a presictenu Guest Day *t^e home of Mrs. David Y. Malbon in Chesopeiw «— 
Cotony. Pwtured aboi^e arc ^eft to right): Past State prwidem Mrs. Lewis Littiepagc and past 
presidents Mre. J. A^ Jord^, Mis. W. V. Tynei, Mw.'M. A. Cross, Mn. G. C. Oudland and Mm. 
t>. Y. Malbon. Mrs. G. I^d i^U <rf Suffdk, first president erf the chapter, wbs unable to attp"'^ 
(Simmons IPhoto) * » 



Perspnal Mention 

Mre. C Camp Motley left Sun- He expe<ti to be awiy lor ^wt 
di^ 1^ ftene to spend several ' dx monitt. 
we^ vi^ig friends i^ England. 



Mrs. W. F. Q^ baa left to itot 
her son and dat^^rlB4aw, Cdr. 
W. Frank Guy, it., IJSGG, and 
ISn. Guy at ttte» b(»w in Bol- 
ton, Maas. 



Mn. Ridnrd F. Wdton ^&bIl 
last wedc vaitiag her moQ^, 
Mrs. Scott fieck at her ^nne in 
Cheiteitown, M4 



Mrs. Dide ralrlea Witt te| 
from New York City li^ Himm 
day w a 4Mxs tMU- of iu«^. 
Siw MB «»»anpa!)ied by M». 
Paid Bi^cnd of H«n|xtoDu 



Mr. and Iftrs. N. G: Wilscn*, ID 
and their thi^ chfldren, ^&A 
tl» ii^ekeiMl in Waihi]^^<»i, D£. 



Mrs. W. I. itodan, Mrs. A. C. 
Wo9d ani Mrs. Wk^ Lyte faMfe 
letiinad to th^ hornet' a^r 
spading a week la flew York. 



A<tan. and Iteu S. B. ftNnvn 
aiMi fiieir four dau^iteis, <i^o 
have been Jiiving in Wi^bin^n 
am now reding h€||B ^ W 




J. ^fier Hottsmd, 



Ifr. axKi 
IB jmd 

BatfT and WMk IMI ^ "^^ 
trod vistting Bfo: Wind's |er- 
ente, Mr. aul lbs. iDouglas M, 
S^d at th^ hoam in iPeter^HU'g. 



Afr. and Mn. W^^m 0. Saun* 
de% who have beeh !N^ ^ flO 
5401 St., have auve4 to ^v 
imv^ cooq^^d ^Mam, abo m 
5«bSt 



Mr. and Ifes. R. Lawson 3ttb^ 
:k^ have W. to sprad « mas&i, 
travelii^ in I^n^. 

Dr. and Mrs. .CSttAn t- Mj^ 
DoweQ awl tt^ir two sons, M 
t>tiMa^phia, spent Ms ws^cend 
with Mrs. Md^wlTa psrai^ 
Mr. «id Mrs. ^atfrfer Ckmnaft, 
m t^elr home in, A^^n. 



InTiiproiigpgp^4 

T«)ROlKJHG0ra> — Mr. and 
Mi^.'Dflmdd J. Wmy fil^irtly 
mteittiiHsd Miss ^^Onfe ^e 
ftDbbto ud Anthc«[yi7^ne Mx- 
OB, yA» -^M be miofied ffov. % 
in Old Domtion Episcopal 
CawrA. "> ' ^ 

Thirty-six gittiAs iMemiM the 
{wty, whkh «» i^ at tiie 
Bratty home in ThorooghftMd. 



W. C I y 4e Sunpson, it., .310 
2M Stre^ ^1^ rec^n# on the 
tJSS tJntt^ ISiftas for Souti^n4>- 
ton. Inland, where he wffl tour 
l^cfe vka^iqg liiehds in |^- 
mBfMk aiidlU)mi(A, ^^and, ^^ 
gra, Itorv^ said Gyp!^, Gr^«. 




Federal 

i'lOAN AS^ATION 



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NEW FEATURE IN BAYSIDE! 

Eastern Finance, a long time attraction in tti« 
NoWolk and Ytrginia Beach areaj mu conjes to 
Bayside. 

With eleven other offices In Tidewater, fmk and 
osnveni^it seiYlce are the big Mur^ at 
Eastern. 

If j^ need cash ... and ywi need ft fn t fcuny 
• . . visit Astern Finance. Borrow up to $Ktt 



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Miss WWtehiirat 
Makes Dean'i^ List 

SWEET BRIAR, Va. — Juli^. 
Lawaon Whitehurst, 13 53rd St.; 
Vta|^^ Beach, is among the ^8 
seniors, Ji^ors, ioi^ sophomores 
naaned on the first semester 
Dean's List at Sweet <Briar College 
to^. 

Jft^n seniors, 11 juniors, and 
12 sopbMMres were named by 
Dean i^tey J. I*earl, with approval 
of flie fandty, in recojpttt^ .of 
(wrtganding ^ili^, <^^iKlii^^^ 
ai^ wMevesaedi. in theii- work of 
fte pro^Rtt m^m. 

Mta» WiMamk, 'i wnfiismim 
at 9me^ Bitar and a ^s^^^ of 
Cwirtry Itay S^d, is toe dmj^- 
iet of Mr^otfm I^MTtfc 
Whitehorst. * 



MiJS Wteg Todd of Virgnia 
Beach, one (rf ^ seiwm's drini- 
tanAes, has rrtun»d to|Sw^ 
]&ijff Co^e wtoe i^ wiS enter 
\m 9Qptow)!re y^o*. 



^(^tfd WanNi Bwnes Jr., »• 
siataat oiteii^ auoy^^ <rf the 
G<tfikn Triai^ M<Aot Hotel hi 
Norfi^ has r^mwl Id fate hooM 
hi Viig^ B^K^ a^r a vaectkm 
ttetw^ G» nortiiem i^i|». Se 
vi^d b» ^^ ao^ bn^o'-ih- 
law, afa" ^In. iMw iM' 
toy B^on in Sfo^ Yiwk Ctty; his 
wM a^uv^ 1^.^ Ms, iQte 
E. Auz^ to W^e^ tti^ 
l^ss.; am! anottMor aunt ani m 
(^, Mr. i^ Mm. B 
m infie^idraos^ B. i 



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Miss SeelhiSN' 
Is EntertalMd 



^^Bfl "ABEACH-llis 

phanie Btar^t^ t Sf^ ip^ 
aMOTiage to the ^v, 
&in13^ Witon will take 
OcMxa- 12 ^4 pjn. in (^M«e 
EpiM(^ Oiurch. te bei^ e^^ 
tijoed at a mnber of jwemi^itf 
pait^ 

Ifrs. Edwin V. Cm^M hi^ a 
toOee illiav^boiM on PocahDOtaC 
nM ftf itta l^to«leet. Thirty- 
five gue^ were invMed to*iMMBid| 

hms 'nmsisef ^ a imtSmm^ 
^w by Mre. Itenry G. togaiia 
and Mrs. M»y L. IMmnimiitwnm^ 
Optra's facni» on fUk^ iMve. 

lir. sM ito.^»w.m#a- 
^Md Jr. wa% h<^ ^^n^l| a 
dibnmw in howff fff Miss fie^y|ff 
nit tte >Rev> 
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ti£NTdpics... L-e,s? 

A@t. H^M^^ I^Mnstratioii Atsitf'i 




Lead me an ear! This is Fire Prevention W^ — October 6-T2. 
As young peoi^e you may never have been affected by a fire tragedy. 
Ifowever, tlw disasters of fire touch alnust everyone sometime dur- 
ing thdr life time. New is the time for you to4e- . 
vdop the h^t of bemg ou^ul to prevent fires. 
Fire ckimed 11 »S(W lives in this, country \^ 
yeai. Of ^ disast^s, ov^ mui-third were dttl- 
dren. Aldiou|$i fir^ cost more than $1.5 bilron 
in losses la»t year, its nKMt terrtt>le cost is counted, 
mA m Attars, bm m Mnou Misery. ' ' 

As shewn by Hatkinl Fire Ihrotectmn Assdcfei- 
tipn stocks, uiMX>in|>Ucat^ causes are responsible 
for the jrepkt majMi^ of fir^. As teenagiBi:s,jpu 
can play an imfnrtant itole to fire preventigo in 
tA^ Oflm your own Itome. Major fire causes that yclt. qui 
'^tV <Jo ^>yr i^it to jwevent in your own home iiv^wc: 

1. C^rei^sn^s with matdies and c^uettes 

2. M»use of el^ricity and appliaaces 

3. Impn^r use ct gasohae and k^t^ne 

Ycwr carehiUness in fire preventkia can he jiist as iniportant 
outside your heme as well. If you smoke, you can be just as cartful 
as anyone else to stamp out lor crush all discarded c^i^tes wd 
mat^g. You can ako be carelul not U) flip tights) burettes frcMn 
mov%vehxdes. .1 :J 

As u»n&gsn, you are be^nning to tidts on 4ie ri^j^nstbUity 
of ^ulthood. Why don't ymi help your family asKi ^urself 1^ 
the followii^ nk»'. . ' " * 

1. Use higbly-flammaUe dry cleaning fiukis outdoors, and 
after treating, hang clothes outside to dry, 

2. Never store, or. leave stored, gasoline, kerosene, or otter 
flammable liquids in glass iars — this includes tint iar af fAni you 

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VB»INU BEAOH - Virginia 
Beach's Se«lM«h«» co-defending 
ohaii^pioiM in Diitriot One, Qtoop 
Two, proje«ted, OwnMlhm ri||M 
back into tiie title picture wi^ « 
thrilUng 20-14 triumph over 
Jama Gk^ Unt Ftldty idght. 

Blair jumped into a 14 to D 
lead early in ibe second period 
and tiie Hawks went to work to 
kncA mt tm9 It 1444 at taM- 
^ne. 

m ^ tad p^^' TiF0aU 
BMft teond tte ^at^u, tart 
£^^ OB tte ^^ poM try. 

«Kl «ie «M ^M tli^ Mad teen 
ecoied 4N|i ttto yMr. 

<U ottw guo^ l0^4y <^ 
edtfift Mhn to • teVir, 12-7. 

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0)>w floor tiMlBtttt oas mm. 
CM^n, oMitlfe— '^SiKMiKf' ia • 
moti-4Mt give kmHlvei auviie, 
M ffiod^rtB fln^ootf Ifar 1M 
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(%um:^1«!k1 in a wiid Msrlbg csfr 
test at Churchlaod. tbe dMet- 
ence was « field goal wMh ttw 
final acor* readtniE P. A. 21, 
Ohurchlaiid 2P 

Unioi»4Can9eviUe rallied to 
down Muy N. Smith, 21-t. \M 
ttfied twice in 4he final period to 

pM wm ^m ite VIA 0m. 

mm nrntmrntm—K-' ' ' ■ ' W * 

To VeteKUtf 

l^tier tids jwar Congtess 
pntMl A 10% iieieMe in <te- 
poaaoK^and in^nnitjF codyen- 
iMioDto the <^MrMk «nd Mpd- 
wt pBMto^rigw i«Ik> oWin 
a»yfa% «r of eevtos comie<4ed 
euttknt. Nofttac <ms done at 
ttsat time to Oi* wMowa of <fae 
aervlee <mmecAed dead becauae 
tt^ eon^eHiattfli) » tied in «|th 
Oie pi^ M mme Aity aervloe- 
mn. 

At tlua time tt Wpe«rs 4)a|it 
estate ttMt ttae vridowa of v«4» 
ana wIkmmi dMfee leanlted 
advice wn zieatterrixNit a 
taKreaae aeroai Um board. 
Sowte niwiee Commiltoe hi« 
poaed a Ifaiae iqppforod niiuuiw 
to i^3i«Me l^rie oMntt^ indef»' 
nity co m p e ia i tii a bgr WOO, end 
ttie p^M&4 itfUtaiy pty niae 
M te esEpaoted to neA wUh Utte 
of^MRkm. 

Under i»eaeDt Um widows of 
8ervi<» connMted deo«Md i^twr* 
ans »« paid $112 mrall4y ftai 
12% of Mm baiie piqr ctf ^ #- 
eeased. Under tbe new !^ ^ 
rate would be incrNsed to 0tm 
0IM 12% ol tbe pendini inmtai:3r 
pi^ increne. 

Widowa a noMervice ooina^ 
ed dead veterans are not lifiHsd 
iamymty. 

t%am viM my offtee <» isy 
claims <^ l^obleii» zegaii^tti^ ban* 
efito for veterans and (hair tur- 
vivora. 

Maurice J. Hun^, my aaaod- 
ate, visits tbe Alan B. Shepard 
CO»v«a|:km Cei^er, 19tt S^aet 
and l^teifie Avraue, <m Ibe aee- 
(md and loifftti Tbuiadi^ of imnA 
SKmlb, bcAween Che boun ei 
noon a]^ 4 ^m. 




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Hardd I^w, e(Mnn^ial fidierman with R^-Eye Fidiing 
Co., strains to puU in a n^ estimatod to ctMitain about fi^ tons of 
spc^ at Ncvth Vimaia Beadi Fri(ky aftemocn. FiAennen 
thought last last week's nortlwaster had blown the schods on by 
Vii^inia Beach, but the run hit Friday in what proved to be tiie 
»aa<»'s peak. One net, own»l by Nf. J. Grim^ead, broke un(kr 
die vw^t of the fiA. (Baldwin Photo) 



Area Travel 
Exhibit Planned 



WSUSM^S^SkP^ Pa.~A lai^e 
ff^^onal dupky <tefilgBed to pro- 
mote tourist attiiMrtiaoB in lliuc^ 
Umd, DdiKirare and the I^lewater 
ssotkm ol Virgmia to wsxdr 1^,- 
000 potentiM area visitora will be 
a leateiie <^ next tipm^% amnal 
FfaSadeiphia Towel and V«eation 

aiww. 

"nie ocdmM omss eiiiibtt by 
looi ar^^ wia Msuzed this week 
n^ tbe ^Dtemijie^ Bas Bri^ 
tittnel ennouiKed its pai<ti<^- 
tloii is <i» huge April 4-11 expo- 
^msm. h) Hub^elpiua's Convoi- 
tk)n Ceirter. 

VWtors wm be attending (be 
ezpoikion from <3» four-state 
area of Pmnsyhruda, New Jer- 
sey, Ddavrare and Hsr^iand. 

"She (Sbow wiQ feature a to^ 
soi^ of exrtestahmient and ex- 
hUiks from tiM ^Us of travd, 
v^irtkm, recreation nad tbe out- 
doira. A^ WgJiigWwaNl^pi 
inlmsrtii^al sN^ llirt( iNHfliiil 
pptfjMSkHia} entextaisM^ Ifom 
toiB^ qpots around the nation 
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Commercial and Residential 

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State Team 
Matches At 
P. A. Club 



VlRGilNIA BEACH — The An- 
nu^ SMe Team MalUSxa Golf 
Tmmiameait opeied iMaaday at 
Ibe V^sis9» Aims Country C9ub 
vriA teams from 16 Aibs 
^ooui^boiA Vii^nia partidpatfaalg. 

fHi evenC un<ftr (be ctefr- 
mana^ of Bin. C. £c^ KoMitx, 

will conthHie thrcmgh "RmndiQr. 

A co(ditail party and banquet 
wM be h^ (on^ with tiie fol- 
lowing apedM guests attending: 
WiUiaan H. Daiden, presid«irt of 
the host dub; Robert R. Beas&ey, 
chaiiman of the men's go^ com- 
mittoe; Jotm If. Brsttoi, chair- 
man of (he greens committee; 
^a^ Parke, official sbtiter; Lm 
il^man, cihd> pro; md C. L. Fisdier 
ji^d Hail»eit L. SmUb IB. 

A muacdi px^pmn wffl hi^- 
11^ tm ii^ormd T«iw!e Cook- 
Out Wecboesday evening wtth ^e- 
<M goU lyrics em! music written 
mi fOayed by James Vm Loon 
and 8ui% by Mrs. Iburoe Ki^ey. 

Another speml feate« wffl be 
an All-Girl Gotfers dnius line, 
whidi wiH be dhected by Mrs. 
Edwttd ¥. iffialEe Jr. 

Parte wfll present tl^ aii^rte 
to the winnii^ teams !uune<HateIy 
s&xir tbe fimd round of play 
Ttwrs^ alienHXHi. 



who laid their money on the de- 
struction skle of tiie board, oin- 
akipp«- iHtN^ his unwieldly 
craft in unaided as tiiou^ he 
were docking a 16-foot runab<Hit. 

The captain had stu<bed wind, 
tide and currerrt ^refuBy. He 
maneuvered into the piop^ spot 
^ the right time so @»t all ttoee 
factors worked for him. 

A knowle^ of the basic prin- 
ciples of tiw effect oi {sropeSor 
rotation^ rudder, wted, tide and 
oinent wiU hdp any anaB boat 
handler. 

An pow« boats Sles* trom tiie 
stem. When tbe wh^ of a bosrt 
is turned to tbe ri^it tbe ^em 
swinj^ to the teft. 

The bow wffl move 'in the (tt- 
recftion of the wbeel's turn.' Tlie 
stem, instead of loUowing dodley 
in the path of tiie bow as tbe rear 
wheds of an atrtMSMlde f<dlow 
the finmt wheels, wiU swing ui the 
opposite direction like a car ^d- 
dug broad^de. 

Any boabnan tfMxild take tUs 
nvto c(m8id<li«ti(m and not d^qr 
too l<mg m slaeing vm9 teem an 
dbs^«le <ff tie stem of tm b^ 
may dobhar it even tiiou^ be 
ctears it with his t>om. 

biboard hdfflffloen tfxnih} be 
pazticularly awue of tbe direc- 
ti<» of rotation of their boats' 
pg^ipeBers. A rigM l»i^ed pro- 
peller is one wbkdi, viewed &om 
tbe stem, toms in a dodcwiae 
direction. 

M)oerd boirts so e<iuin>ed wttl 
miniy bade down to ibe teft, (be 
stem movbig to p<Bt, aoroetimJBS 
deq>te rudder pcflstion. 

sLeft hand rotatiag 
w£D cause an inboutl to arc to 
starboard in backii^. 



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OFFICE 4<4^21 Nl^nS 42S-«0n 

ASPHALT AND CONliReTE CONSTRUaiON 

WE SPSCIAlMt IN SMAH JOK 

E. ASHLEY IMYCOX, President 
Herb A. Holt, Jr., Vlce-Pr«s. Floyd M. Rowe, Sec-Treas. 



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fiolf Tourney 
At Oceana HAS 

OCEANA— The Oceana larval 
Air Stittkm wiU hold Hs ^nalrar 
Q^p&Ck Golf Tournament October 
17-16 Sft (be NAS Ooeasa G<df 
Course. 

I^riaes lotting |600 '^ goU 
o^rduuMttse win be awarded in 
eaxih of tlffee divisioos competing 
in 18 bole medid play. 

Tbe ^vi^ns wiU use % bandi- 
d^ a f<^ows: A Division, 06 
IwiAo^; B Division, Me han<U 
cai»; C Diviskm, 17 and up. 

Intries nnuit be aoconq>anied 
1^ a fivedo&a* entry fee and 
afa<»ild be node 1^ ootm, October 
16. The course wfll be open for 
(SK ifree i»aatioe 'round October 
14. IS, and 16. 



LUCK 



THE GENTLE ART OF DOCKING 
By nak Bowmm 

Se^wal ^are ap) my wife and I were returning to New York 
City cm a laifc crune ship. Scuttlebutt was quickly cmtfirmed tiiat 
there was a tug strike in New York Harbor. 

Passengers formed pools, betting whcAer the captain could 
successfully (took the huge ship at her berth without the hdp of tugi. 
To the disappointment of tnose- 

Judidous use of Ibe throttle 
can- offset this Peering shortcom- 
ing of the singte^ngme inboard. 
For enmiqrie, in a boat which is 
difficult or inqpoasflrie to b»;k to 
^artxtffird. give the boat bard teft 
rudder, iU»en rev the engine for 
JiMt a iwcond in forward g«ff. 
This wiH kick the stem in tbe 
desired direction wtthotit giving 
tlw bosrt headway. Then back 
down. 

Both wind and current can gne 
an alarming nxMnentum to a boat. 
If ymi ae bfoadskie to (itt wiml 
and current, there is no meaitt to 
brake tl^ir iK^im so inve falters 
re«fy. 

iWbenever po^ble a docking 
ai^roadi sbtxiid be made ai^dnst 
tfie effect of wind or current, 
whicbewr is stronge", pfeferaMy 
i«»n8t both. 

If you nxuA dock with wind and 
current adchng to ymir manen- 
tum, «mB in dow^ wiQi wind 
and currrait i»tera. Use ywnr eor 
gine in reverae gear as a brake. 

New Waterfowl 
Guide Released 

WASIBNGT(»I, D. C— A new, 
fuB-cok»r wirterfowl guMe, "D^^a 
at a Di^ance," has been retooed 
by (be U. S. fish and Wildife 
Servke and it lod^ Uce a natural 
for the bookdidf of every wa- 
igartonA hunter, eqteda^ hi view 
of (be many epedes restrictions 
in ^Us year's r^ii^itioa^, 

Devia^^ from the classip 
"bird bode" q)proadi, (be U- 
page bocricbt p(»tn^ Ibe bir^ 
m attitudes woMt commoidy seen 
!^ buntera, streasuig idortffioa- 
tka by shape, color pattern, 
vofee, flight patterns, ri^ng views 
aiKl flock lormittiMBS. 

Bhistrated by noted wfldlife 
artist Bob.Hines, tbe booklet 
sl»ywi waterfowl m then- f ^ mi- 
gration piunuge rati^r thm tbe 
breeding phim^ mcMre oftra 
wed. 

The Ride's iweftilnesB Is not 
Umited to hunters as most turd 
enthusiasts strive to Ukex^ wa- 
t^owi undo- tbe ome adverse 
c<mditions which face (be hunters. 

'Ducks at a Instance" is avaB- 
able ifrMn ^e Superintendent of 
Documents, Government Sprinting 
Office, Washington, D. C. for 25 
oeirts per copy. Fw ti» e(»ven- 
ieoce of dM» and <»<^mizaiiioi^ 
a 2S,% d^Kount is lAowed <m huHc 
oxderB of 106 or more cofaes. 

Buridiardt In 
6eif Finals 

CAVMJBR— Deieadh^ cbam- 
pion Orion fiuzkbax^dt used a par 
on the 2IOOi bole to e^ past 
Wise Ames in tte senrifimfe ol 
tile Cavidier dirii cbionpicmahi^ 
tourmonent T«n Pilkin pdtoed 
the oths- fimds b^th by def^it- 
ing M Rositus, 2 anl 1. 

Ames raHied from behind with 
a nea^y-executed bntbe two <m 
tbe 18th to scpiare (l» matefa. He 
»ied a No. 3 wood tee diot over 
tbe et^ of the l^ce «id on to tbe 
green 12 f^t frcm tl» cup. He 
btded the putt for (he birdie. 

On the 2001, Ames loet •when 
be hit ^ second sdiot ii^ a and 
tnp and needed three to |^ 
down. 

N. F^lwdl (85-7—78), Roy Mai^ 
tet (784)— -ra) and Ned Boocbw 
{77-0—77) WOT the we^cend Mind 
bogies. 

"Hie s ta n mari e s : 

Oiffl^stoi^iip fS^ (S«iMln- 
jds)— Orion Buikbardt d^. Wte 
AmM, 1 tq>, 20 bole!; "Fmn PUsm 
<kf. A3 Botibis, 2 and 1. 

first fli^ — Bob l^vis def . 
Oa Joynes, 2 and 1; G. B. Law 
(kf . John Tk^Iw, S »d 4. 

Seomd WVg^ — DaOey Kb^ 
del. B. T. H^ite, 4 and 3 (fl^O. 

lUrd RigM — nn PareB M. 
C. Dow^ 2 and 1 (flnaiil. 

Poiatt PS^ '— D. 
del Ab Moedbr, S «ii 4 



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CARRIER WINDOW AIR CONDITIONING 
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JOB RESUME'S 
Posifiona At All Lwvwb 

YOUR JOB SEARCH ,s NOT * LADY 



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On die contrary, it is a haid headed proems ol fhinbit, Bviliiatioii, 
RatJom^ty and TinuQg for the Positton You Want. Ow actioa pio- 
PMB is an ifllMniited proccK the taoie steps Aai compuiet use in 
markettna. Aoceknte yoor jol; propam by \aa$ a pnolMnonal semoe 
tfut. M^p satBtKStkm. 

We package your a^itkt tor ihe ultimate result of letliag • worth- 
wtule position of your dK^oe. 

SPECIAL ATTEimON TO SERVICE PERSONNEL 
RETIRED OR ABOUT TO RETIRE 

IF YOU art aerioia abrat vera- sitaatkm, ei^ttimat Aam diat we 
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THE VfRQNIA BEACH SUNJ-NIWS 

^ublhhAd TuaidMw AdI ThurMbyt by TIm BMch Publii^lii^ Cerpw^^ 
4tC8 MMr yirgMi ANch, yi^iili 



AtBiN It MA^HE« , 
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Safegu«rAiig Business Inde^^flMiM 



In the United States, some 1 3,000 com- 
mercial banks perform a manifold variety 
of S8fyfa»8. Much of this activity is of bread 
and bu^Br imfi^tance to almost everyorw. 
Yet the average person is not aware of it. 



The nation now is thiolting tp interna- 
tional terms. Its commerce is world wld»- 
Hpre, too, credit must be one of the roots 
of achievement ^nd growth. This means an 
enlargement in the rofe of commercial 



A major banking fjunction is to even out banking, but no jbM^ ^fnai^ w policy. As 
the peaks and valleys between production Paul B. Tce^ott wrlW te INw recently pub- 
and cor»sumption. A good share of the lished book, "Financing American Enter- 
Main Street business across the land ii done prise", ". . . the kind of performance need- 
on credit. Car dealers buy shipments of ed to meet the new challenge of the world 
automobiles now to sell later. Stores must economy is what has always been requinsd 
bwild up stocks whkh are sold c^er a pertod for growth and progress within the domes- 
of months, and sometimes years. Farmers tic economy-. As much as ever, we need 
need fertilizer, seed and equipnient to pro- enterprise and initiative in the business 
duce crops for sale later. world, combined with financial institutions 

So it goes. There is hardly a transaction which will supply capital where it is most 

<^ significance, affecting small businesses needed to give scope and effectiveness to 

or large, little towns or great dties, that these qualities." 

doesn't involve the usq of credit some- Private commercial banks are a primary 

where ^10*19 thjp line. THat is Hie function protection against greater government 



of the great American banking system. 
Then, to aon» down to the individual, 
hmikB ^w otl^r and necessary services. 
They preside, at reasonable cost, the 



domination of the peoples' business affairs. 
If the financial facilities of competitive 
banking were nof availabfe. Individuals 
and businesses would have to look to gov- 




//herewlthal to build a home, to buy a car, ernment for' such services at great cost to 
^id ^ meet a sizeable ll;|t of wants and the freedom and Initiatiy© that fc»*»lt ojjr 
n«^- ' past and can secure our future. 



§i»^#ad liidiMry 



There is abundant opportunity for pleas- where they will spend nine months. 

«A.mn^^0>m and jyofttable careers in Opportunity in thil field, of coursp, is m^ 

g Ifer young pec^le with the right limited to the food W»r^ of the retail irt- 

kir^ of aptitudes and ^ucatlon. And lead- dustry. Variety stores, department stores 

ing retail businesses and organizations are and every kind of retail outlet all offer 



tffWng an actiyp part in stimulating interest 
dir industry, and in providing cwicrete 
-^;i ouragement for promising young em- 
ployees. 



excellent inducements. Majcy retail busi- 
ness ^day needs a lor^g list of skills, many 
of whiph require spi»:i«i edi«atlon or abili- 
ties. And the ro^ to the top is open— it's a 



As an ejample, the National Association fact rtiat large numters of the top. execu 

of Food Ghwns has announced the award tiyes in typical chain and retail st&rm began 

o holarships for study in three college at the vei7 i^ttom. Merit took rtiem up the 

food distribution prc^ams. A numW of rungs of the ladcte-. 
rtiiw r#tailing and supplier organizations Here's a go-ahead industry which young 

•re oEXjperatir^. Most of the young men people who are considering a variety <rf 

w>to have been dic«en art presently em- possible careers would cte well to investi- 

pfeywd by fo<xJ retailers, and wilt ^ve gate, 
their jobs in Sc^ptember for the alleges, 

Parker-Sjmrks^ Inc. Gets Navy Atmrd 




TH, Howard ft KaM^ht)'JP^(% an award to Dr. J. 
the kwU AGS onH. (Bok* Woto) 

DR. KAHN ELECTED 
GANGER UNIT PRESI 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — p. 
Howard D. Kahn lias b&n 
ete<^ president ol the Vijq^pift 
Beach Unit d American Caafeer 
*5nciety. He sotxe^ Dr. Ji A. 
VWiitc. 

The electicH) of oM^W Jook 

flace at the unh's anrii^ i»Mia| 
eld recently M tw Owalte €oS 
and YvAa €%b m tediKck 
RMnt . 

Other new officers ug^udis, 
h. C. Bkqi^, v^ i^pcsiitent; 
Mn. Leo Bli%, s^re^^; and 
Wi^r 0. %tifMHrs, tp^rer. ^ 

1^. 'White iM(#04 ^&<tf 
19fi3 has l^cn <£N|^ati»l as 
"Year <rf the VoluBfeer' by AQI 
as a tribute to Ae ni^y vohp- 
taer wwkeis wha hav^ caitrl- 



hvAeA so willii^y to t^ society's 
service fx^ograms, ftmd-rapui^ 
duqfieigi^ am} pi^lk e ABa i iSn - 
al pnHiK>tkms. 

Highlit of die kxal i^'f 
annual meeting was recogi^Ml 
of all votanteer wwlcers a«l yte- 



Fanner l^siifoiit 
Makes History 
111 Sm Mego 



i^ cilsl te exemirfary fulfillment of a mecb^nkal ccwtraot at d» U.S. l^val Station 
»«BC Jr. ^ Cjftftpaay, mm tra*«g as PaAer-%>arks, fcc. Left to rWit aic: coroora- 
f^ B. L. ^Mte'l^idcnt O. Parker, Jr. of Virginia Beach and cM % D. BoBcL 
Jm^ m m^eam ani Owstntttion, Adai^ piv., ^eau c^ ¥^*aiKl |tt*s 
caii^« te flim ««(te i»e|»i« fo l»ating aurf plumbing systems. Qiivy Hioto) 



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S. SAVWG STAftIM AT UMQOh GOOD STABT PMl 

t^-|le^ taiwdi that "Astronaut' ^ jp© ij^ tkt gtctiM of thrift. Encourife 

&ampsc^^cck — a|;%p f^ (i^ » m ^fmp Day It 

^•^mamed, hrH Heme a j^^tfi^ s^^# ti # iM^en Mncun 

^m » JW«f As^put !i|^ hun to Eruy ttot first Sav^ Sta|^ Op 

tiyl^^ <tf to ifaatti^ fit * 



Parents visit 
MlilsliiiHiisn 

AMIIitt>OUS. Md.~Three Vir- 
ginia BeiMb tsiM^jme^ had a 
Intone ^^ <tf 1MMS6 in Ih^ 
mnnn^ tralting «t Ae V. S. 141- 

val Acad^ny when tlMir for^i^ 
viatod (bem in Au^iat 

Tljey are: M 4/C AAley J, 
il^wers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Os- 
car J. BeavCTS of 8&02 Ocean 
Front; M 4/€ Ai» L. fflliM, son 
of Mr. and Mits. Lawrence A. Nil- 
sm of 201 hme Pine Rd. and 
M 4/C Pierre C. W^b, aon of 
Navy Capt. and i(&s. CSiarles D. 
Webb of WA Wa^fldd Drive. 

The visit was made dinring Par- 
ents Open-House W^iend at ttie 
Academy. Tte weekend giws 
miM^rMi pr^iBring to rater "he lias been doing gradu^ woit 
«e Aeadeny to the-firiA timt «d i |L4!pqpU| ^^9\»m Univepity, 
eppoitonity to oc^am thw^ aew I Vt-.W •Iw Men workii^ m t^e 
way of life to their families. i intta. department of Harvey Jua- 

The ui»ieritoHli|^ ^|^,J^ litffHi^ School there as a teadi^ 
fiiis visit of th« li^^^^l 
pn^lems enables their families 4o 
better ,8^irt tl^m during their 
four yeai% as niitoipmen. 

■nie midshipmen en^ Jf 1 Amy and hope* to go toto reo^ 
acad«ny on June 28 f« ^efteatlSh and entertaini^nf woric cm 



SAN MKio, cm.—h Umm 

Vkgu^a 6e«sb re^^ei^ ii^^ntly 

t»eg(f Mrac tocii^ Ipfini 
mamm hi #t^ cEy's wary to b^ 
mwffn into ^ Aimy by t^M^NJl 
officer. 

Hias Aima Sl^^, 24, a ^du- 
Irte of Pian«^ Anne I^gb Sdiod 
in ^^^ma B^^ -ma wmm into 
the'A%07 iqr )mt father, IX. 
:tondr Jf^tom ^^i^r, ^^, (ret.J. 

A denied stoiy of the cere- 
mony ^q^p^red in die Sm IM^p 
Unicm aewfaper. 

Itie ai^fe <yioted Miss SUg^ 
m saying she had investigarted ^ 
tte ktiM& fmms m 1961 an| 
vas i^idy to jofai ttw Araay in 
San Frandseo when she learned 
Ae mm oiiy thrra credits ^ku4 
of graduating from San iFrandscf 

So she gave up the idea at^ 
went home to Point Lwna whert 



Miss Sliger was sworn in ^ | 
setond lieutenant. She flam ^ 
detrote at least two years to thf 



fentMitm <d awards fcv outstand- 
ing achie^^mefM duriM tte yeat 
and flw Of^r Cnisufo driw. 

A' 



^^„, were wf- 
^ntea le ins. Miley, Saun^irs, 
Mrs. A. F. NkAolson, Mrs. ^b- 
ert W^^ Mnr. $(%y §. 
tarn, Mrs. Jo^ph I^Cfiglia, 
don ^in, G. B. ibieW. Dr. 
James 0mrlton, Dr. AMn Q. 
Jarrett, Mrs. W. C. Bell, Mrs. 
Barnes %|iitoeM, WUtittn H. nU- 
li|», NfpL Sani k^sm^ Om N. 
BallaiK«, HoriK# <^tola, Dr. 
^ohn Ti CkKxk, Herteit Hc^e, 
E T. G^n, Mn. B. J. PhiHi|» 
^d Mbe ^wmte. 

Special awank for five years 
.service to ^ t^ were pyen to 
Mrs. Jote J. OcAins, Im. Rc^ 
JL. DdMait, Bmnaa amt Dr. 
kahn. 

Mrs. Biiby, dbateun of tfw 
cancer prevention study, an- 
noun. ' ' ; the fifth phase <rf 
this ^ will be carried cm 

Ibis mf^h and ur||ed everyoiw 
icx)nnecied witli t^e «tuidy to be 
prompt in comx^rtinf t^;faiow- 
up and letpniii^ tke lomn to thi 
captains. ' 



summer training -which prei^rres 
^mn for Academy life. U^ 

^aduation in four years they will 
be <K)mml8siored ensi^ in Uie 
Navy. 



Galilee Men To 
MeetWedrosday 



VmmeJi BSACH^Tbe Van 
of Gal^ will h^J^ Jtt 
dinner mating of mi fffflMHrni 
on W^nesday at 6:30 pin., in the 
P«4i iUU. of the Cbuich. 

nev. Crigger of tfie new Mis- 
sUn ClMxrch at Princess Anne 
P^ ii« be the - -^ - ker. _ '^ m 1 

iPittriEir the y, 'i» iTaternit V Hfp(i£e 

and promts will be diacustsod. ^T? 

'Ate ^$t, {gr t)>e liot tinM^ 
tte warn win prepare <heir o 
<bnmi ti^nNMb OMiimittoes a 
tte faMU» ot m church will c 



a European assignment throng 
th« Atniy's Spe<^ Sevice pro- 
gram. 

Show Judges To 
MMt Monday 

NQIVOLK — "Rie f^ BM^mg 
of YMtewater Distriet, f^to^ 

counoii Mm0t^ lam- ^u^ 

JudgRS will be held mwlay # 
10:30 a.m. at Norfolk 6otoni<^ 



All aiccrediled jud^g in 
area are invited to attend. 

^i " '■■ — 

James Arline Is 



tte 



«irte mi 

and 











vfr. 

m irt 



Beach Mpn 
Apiroiirted 

(MICMIQ, n. — Jo^ W. 
Dalia << 1MM|^^ ^ ^m 
named Di^M Man^^er for 4}» 
Soul^^ IMvu^on of the lywly 
formed Ctnrtr^ i^^jr'pm^ 
of Chica9>4>aeed A^, he., €im 
been mmouM^i. 

AID., Inc. is U. S.«nd Cana^ 
dian dialributor of Westig^ouse 
and other conmien^ } a u n d r y 
^ dry cleaning equipment for 
lelf-service coin operated stores. 

Dalia has be^i assKlated with 
MB for sev^id yean.^ mM 
headquarter at tte AHJ) otfice at 
telO-12 Che^^ieake Blvd., Nor- 
lott. 

' Dalia and his wife, the former 
Mtfie E. Wfe ol Scandale, N.Y. 
reade lA Vm^ tediao Bun with 
their four diUdren. 







waomk Oft. 

IJup«r Ttrkinfton 
flUnland Drive died Sun.^ 
V^illiamsbui« '— ' 

He was a ixmipia. im 
and carpenter " 
ginian Rai' il 

Chipel C^iiitifn 

N, 

lived lni^^iyi|iiit13. 

He was the hud^uuKl of i, 

and a :. 

ttarfcha Tarkjnglor 

Survivors in^' », 

Mrs. mm 9v^- -vo 

sons, A. A. Tarkuigtqn ol Qheaa- 
peake and W. w. Tarklngton of 
Viygtnda fMftchi • bioUkWi Jolm 
jM. Tarkii^ton of Norfolk; four 
gnmddtfcttta and a pMit-grand- 
chiki. 

mm body was (afeen 4o Qnhmi 
IHmeral Home, Chesapa»ke. 

A ftoieral service wasjondoci- 
«d W^hMsday in BftniHamiMt^ 
Cenaetery, Roper, Ijy the Rev. 
Paul B. Ntekerson H P^KNitii 
BaptM CliuJtdi. 

MHIS. ANIiM l» BMNK 

^^ROINIA AEA(!ifiMlHf. Afflu 
l^e Bronk, 92, (^ HUi Pliwtree 
Circle, llMia, died f^^ Is K 
bospM a^r a long Wte. "^ 

A nati\« of Biwri^^ N. Y., ^m 
WJ3 a daugMer of Mr. ami Mrs. 
Edwm Lake ai^ fte 11^ of H^ 
^d A. Brg^ &. 
- ^fldMhtf iMlMsaod, A»tesu7- 
vvwSi ^ tare ^at^tmi ASrs. 
Piarlirtte IfewUt of Viffinia 
|(^h and m%. 6. t. ItowiUd <rf 
R>rt Myers, Fla 
Charles E. lOtotk of T( 




oieia 



MCPHERSON 



»-'IU»«»VJ-+* 



Md 




of 825 6, 

at 



AKpr a 



of Wlnfton Warn; 
dafu#iter, Mrs. IMUe 
1« 



Tuc 



and ViaroU ft. ftwk ir. of Dimb- 

lingen. West Germany; two ite-jdl LoulsviUe. and Carl H. Hi 

ten, Itai Mjm attftt and pi. 

Harriett Xektrt of St. Petenbittg, 

Fla.; mA two broltanip 

Lake of Miami and Edwte Lite 

of 'IBwui Bm^i. 

A funeral servke was held 
Ifaoday «t Simltle ftnienl Honte 
^ the Rev. Chailes P. Pegram of 
Pembroke Manor Conunmiity 
Church. Burial was in Princeai 
Anne Memorial 9sA. 



heart attack, 

native of Northwt 
I uf«long resldeot of 1...^ 
He m&Jk. WP <rf Noah «ft^ 

Mcpherson. He wa« a retired e 
penter 

Beaidvs nu> widow, survl' 
are thret dUigbttM. Mr«. Ri 
E. Sawyer of Virgi' 
Mrs. W. L. Brictau>»« 
L. B. Paiwrns of Chfisapeaitt; five, 
grandcblklren and six great- 
grand<Mldren. 
A funeral service was hel(| 
i«t fl pj». I 
•al Ifome, 
was in AMewooi 
Park. 









MIS. B. E. S. HMTCHENS 

C 
h( 
1fc,*oF*#in8ton-^iSlilC'*l. C. dii 
H^d^ at 7:55 a.m. in « Wi 
^^ iH^rsing home. 

^ was the mother of M: 
T. C. Har%y of London Brid 
Viii^ Bt^. 

Wv survivors hKJude 
SOBS, nmry D. HutcKens and V« 
mce R. Httteb«ns, IxMisviUe. N 
mm Other dn^Mi. Mtai. R 

maoey, ita. i^u mm 

mn. W. 6. ^kas, aO oi Wi 
mbn; fqiir Stepson^ Guy Hi 
Slof East Bend, N.C..J<^ 
HutcibeM«ndltd|^0. 



KEYSTON ABSLOM 

BAY KMMD ~- Ktyston Abs- 
looi, oi raff Wini)wai4 6it«r« 
Drive, Bay Island, son of Jerome 
and Mrs. flaiiDit Stone A' 
died in a Norfolk hospttal 
day a(t 12:15 p.m. 

He was a native of Princess 
Anne County and lived in this 
vicinity all his life. 

At retirememt izk 1992, be had 
worked for Norfolk k Weitem 
Railway 30 years. At the time of 
his letiranei^ he was yardmw- 
t«r ait LanAerts Pohit 

H» ia survived by a dau|^iter, 
Mrs: Mildred Abslom Midgett of 
Sy laiand, and two mben, Mrs. 
IbiittKsC Natz and Miv. IMen 
TboftMen of Norfolk. He was a 
men*er of Locil 560, Brother- 
hood of Railway Tndnmen. 

A funend service was conduct- 
ed in Hirflomon-Brown Funeral 
Home Ttntraday ait 3 pm. Burial 
was in Bosewood Memorial Park. 



and 4 greait-ftrsndehlklrwi. 
A iwtive idWMtmUm, ilie 

was the daugMer. of «he laite N|- 
t fifti aiMi Bta IMMlMl Stp^ 

Funeral services wlS be held 
today at the Shihwh LuHherip 
Ctanth «t 8:30 pjn. by ths Ref. 
WnUam C. Wood wd Stir, ftobett 

Chu- <■■ 

ran^nients «i& be bjAdjIfd. by 



ABQROE I. CRISPEN 

THAOA— JQeorge Irwhi Cris- 
pen, 66, died in his home at 133 
f^ Ave.. Thalia, Wednesday 
morning. 

H« ites a native of West 'EU2»- 
befti, Pa., and lived in ttri." »™a 
2^ years. He was a son of 
Morris and Mn. Clara Adaime 
Miller Crispep and the fiudband of 
Mrs. Alice Beveridge <!!ri3pen. 

He was a i|tiisiMl sign paihto* 
fonnerly eiaiMyvd at Ofas«ia I>te- 
val Air Station, He was a Metho- 
dist. 

Besides his widow, surviving 
are a son, George I. Crispcn Jr. (rf 
Virginia Beach,, and two grand- 
chiklren. 

Funeral Services were conduct- 



BeUamy Manor 
League Meeting 

Manor Civic et to- 

ni^ in the Buntan (;Mdiou|e 
b«Mnd the Kscnptville VdhmteAr 
Fh:e Department, 

All Bellamy Mnwr resiuca^ 
ai« uifed to aHtnd. 




By: rSHl B. ManfaN 



"8occc« k couatMl nrcelcst 1^ 
tiMM who w'cr McctMd. . . 



Amcwi k MHmtklac wc all atrif* 
fwlr MM thm or mattM aod in < 
owB nuuiacr. Unfoftiiaatoiy, wt 
to M WFCH too Um7 at UoNs; 

WM> whkfc into It Myoad rtaak 



aB l«t a v«ry few. S«cce«, 



<• rdftttve, 



ym lew. 
i. Itiion 



CorreApoBdenis 



Mrs. Rita VeUiwi 



Mrs. Doris Padrick 



Mrs. Peggy Holland 



464-122? Bay^ida 

CHMp#ake ^ch 
Oc«an ParH 

34M978 King's Grant 

Pinewc^ Gardertf 
Eatfern Park 

m9-nn Bay Cokmy 
Linkhorn Park 
North Virginia B^ch 



Mrs. Edward Tifp» ^1-3474 rhall# 

(10 f.Hii.-4 pjn.) ftilwwood Gardans 
Atetibu 

Mrs. Idy JdhdKJn 341-4^42 Chesof^an O>lony 
^aftw 6 p.m. Prln(»ss Annt, PlajB 




kreto 



knons mmy ihadM. It it, by 
widrin iht raach irf all 

MAES FAS HJNERAL HOA^E, 
ISth ^ Mic Ava. PheiM CA S-fil|l 







1 



ttipitc Fuel 
bllCo. 

Call: 

Da 



— itrvina 



rtii 



un 



asm 



HIAtlhWO 



1 



^INmKH 




*CI*rR« vTTicb til ir.w Circuit 
Court of th» 0**f -* Virginia 

JOHN ai PLAIW, Plain':' 
against 

Defendant. 
PUftLlCATION 

""' "it is to ob- 

»a et ithofo 

into a divorce 

itrimonii, from the 

said diefeiMbnt upon the grounds 

ot desertion. 

And an affidavit having teen 
made and filed that the defemi^ 
is a non realdent of ihe State of 
Ya^m, ti» iait knwn ^tt tf- 
flce id^MS bdag: AM ^mee 
Street, Qwri)^ (^, North Ca^ 
olina. 

It ii ordered that she do aimar 
here wttldn ten (10) da^tftfr 
due putiUcation hereof, and do 
whM m^ toe i^»Muy to protort 
ber tatamt to ttite wit. ' 

JOHN V. FENW^SS, Ow*. 

BY: Itey M. iWlitte. DC 
&^^ li ttv^flei, p.q. 
PnrfHAmd Butt^ 
l^C^ttn Road 
Viigi^OMMft, Vfa'gbua 

1M_4TU 

CenmienwMMi of Virainia, Ipi tht 
Ctork% ^^ el the Gm^ 
Covff # Nm City of Viri^ia 
Beadv m Mw M day of Octo- 

i«Men' O. OAKLEY, m.. 

ftaittUff, 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



JOVOi OAKtAV, D^^daM. 
- Ol^iR OP PUlLICAtK^ 

Tbt ol)^ ol thu iutt la to 
<A)itato A divon^ « ^\^euto Matri- 
BKXDal A^ tte saM d^ndai^ 
w^& the grounte <rf^erlk«. 

And m a^Mifvtt having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is i^i^igiiig <^ the Sl)^ of 
VnJ^^^^Hl foown p06t of- 
rtP. O. Box 56, 




she do app^for 

en (10) days ftfteT 

)f, and do 

'*^ VHHHP*^ ^'° faot«ct 
her faHwr^^™^ suit. 

John ass. cierk. 

iSf: iaaiy ilk. w&ite, D.C. 
Sry^es k Broyles, p.q. 
FhtmkaaA Bulling 

Vki^iAF' DhMK'^ VM^^Biia 

lOa— 4TU 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



C«»«wonwoa jinia. In tfio 

CTm*'i Offica of tho Clrwll 
Court of th« City of Virfinia 
Btach, on 4m 25th d*y of S«^ 
tombor, 1963. 

■SJLLY joe WILUA^io, riaindfl, 

against 
CHARLOn^E M. WILUAiMS. 

Defend aM. 
ORDER Of MJBLICATION 

flto ^«rt of la to 

oMutt • ^<Krce A ^sm rt 
TlMtfotobe WerniMied #to • 
divOT» a V^iito M^ii^ml 
tnm^ «M4Mtand«rt. upon >the 
awtfi^ # d«iii», 

an affidavif laving been 
made aM filed VM tN defendant 
tea Mn-r^(Asnt of tlw State of 
Virginia ,the lart known address 
bdng: 1M2 NopI* Sheridan 
Drive, North Bend, <h«gon. 

Not reside^ iA the 6i»te <rf 
Vkfinia, it is mtoi^ that she d 
appear tere within ten <10) day^ 
i^ter due puhlia^on l^reof , and j 
do wlMit may be necesary to pro- 1 
t&A her >nta;iett in thte suit. 
A copi^r-To^: 
JOM^ V. F©}TRE^, Oei* 
BY: Usrf M. Wttte, D.C. 
Bryd^ & Broyle^ p.q. 
1369 Laskin Ro«l 
Vifgiii ^ach, 'Virginia 

lO-l-4'nJ 




• LEGAL NOTICES 



ginia 

C 

Ocro' 

P.M., 

b« hoard for or agai 

lowing ^roMMWl chcnt^as ut i 

ing, uaf pwrmlls, ate: 

I. .\pp^cation of James A. apd 
Jamie " " well by Stanley 0. 
Bryan, / fnr a Use Permit 

to opeT|i: i^cademy, 



9i^l.Ql fm$- Ulttl^W 



yson M- 

Kd- 

scontin* 

ionment 

Neck 

ght ai 



»fi ' Whilehurat hy' 

Attorneys, 

e, dontte 

lat porUon of 0! 

99^, being a 90 

way, as shomi on (^ of Part of 

Pfoperty cff $m^ V* Whiter 

huret, extendli^ in )M!h 409 




hor9emaiji<iii.> .:>>>.. breeding, j feet, more t>r less. Ix>caied 95$ 
training and rai^'n? nf horses on i feet West of First Colonial Road 
certain prope; :ig 2446.47 j at the Southern property line and 

feet on the Numi ;.Hie of Indian i 776 feet We«t of First Colonial 
River Road, beginning at a point Road at tim 9i«t^m property 



270 feet East of Elbow ^^^. Ha^ 
tng a depth of 234S.WtWt dbng 
the Eastern property Uhe, a width 
of M0.21 feet alohg one {^ ol 

^ Vr.r:hrrn nroperty !», k 
JJe, tort al^ one 

part ai. um \\ csicm proper^ line, 
,a width nf 1052.42 fcrt »i<Mag tl» 
■ of the Nmfiiera 
propeny iine, and a te|^ of 
Ib4.27 feet along the ^^adunhig 
part of the Western property line. 
Containin| 83.912 j^^. K^n^ 



TW 



NOTICi 



Tite nati<« thirt «i O(^ober 19, 
1963, at 10:00 AJM., at ttolt Suick, 
be, IfUi & iJEtended, Virginia 
Be«^ '\^r^iiia, m shaU exp(m 
to'arii, Miff 1059 Chev f^otwood 
SeiM No. 6mWS&06 
«lttieto^:toof 
a ea^«»dttknud sales ^mUwH 
in tte naiM ^ Bobby Roi»y 
4QOT-f Paul Jon^ Ch«to datod 
JJMMy I, 1963, in fuiwance of 
the ViMesm «to act of Virginia. 

tm Bukk, ion. 

21st & Paeifie 

Vliiln» ^ach, Vff^nia 

C e mwwiWMlHi of Vitginta, In ttio 
t^M^t Omco of the Circuit 
Covf* of A* City of Viriinia 
Boa^, on ttio tTHi day of Sop- 

Bp^ ttMi^R, Flaiiitiff , 

i^gahuit 
imOY t. Hi^PER, Defendant. 

V ^nim or naH.icAiwN 

■^'xfcj^ of ills suit tt to <*- 
Wn a ttVrt^ A Vinculo itotti- 
ibdnti, itotA tl» raid <te&n<tent, 
Upon ttie. ireun<te of teM <3) 

And an afftia^ havtog been 
macte 1^ ^d that tiie defendant 
if A nwfeiMent of the State of 
W^iMpHiM* fcnrwB fMift o^ 
fice iMre» betog New Yw-k Ci^, 
New Yorit 

ft is mSmed thiA he do vm^ 
bem itfMto. As <10) ^ys after 
Am fMm^^m Hmd, and do 
iHtt on^ ^ moei»ry to protect 



^tt V. frames, ctek. 

3MfrihryM.W^D.C. 
yUfim »«*, Virginia 




US 5AV 



Utiub 



TRUSTEE'S SALE 

Puraiani to the teians of a cer- 
tain deed <rf trust t^ and bet^^en 
^3ta J- ^^_ aMILois M. Burke, 
to W. IR^Mi Dn^w^ Jr., 
l^iis^, ^^M Se 18tti ^y of 
M«t;h, im», and duly of record 
to toe Cl^S)Offi(^ of the City 
of Virginia Beadi, Vligiiua, in 
Deed Book 580, i^ige 111, and 
(te&Hitt having been oade in the 
pignwEA <if <toht secured ther^y, 
ai ttie fecpttst of ttie creditor, the 
undersigned Trustee iwll proceed 
to sell at ihildte Audaon on Wed- 
nesday. Octoiser 30, 1963, ttt 10:00 
am. on tht itoDi ^^» of tiw 
courthouse of the Circuit Court 
<rf tie City ^ Viitfnto Beadi, 
Vir^nia, ^at fdlowli^ descrMWd 
pnjperty: 

AH Oiose certain lots, pieces or 
par(^ of tand, lying, situate and 
beii^ In the City of Virginia 
BeaxAi, Vfeginia, knowh, num- 
bered and de^iuited as Lots 
Twelve {12) mi Fourtwai <14) in 
Htock Twenty^our (24), on tl» 
I^ ^titled "iS&p of ShMiown 
t4wn Heights", made by John M. 
BSKIwfin, C. E., aiitf du^ verted 
in the Clerk's Office of |^ Cm 
cuit Court of the City of V%iria 
BeacSt, Virginia (fonnerly ftto' 
ceai Anne County, Vtai^to) on 
Oie 29th day of iMay, 1^; refa> 
mm to said Ib^ M^ berd^y 
made for a n^ra luittculiDr <fe- 
^jipt^n of said land; mA idl ap- 
piM^RUwes tiwreon orl^n^gkig 

A mA depmt ot Two Hundred 
Fifty Oollars <i2M) will be re- 
qui^ at ^e Ma ol i^. I^e 
tarns wp lequiie ^ seMenumt 
i» QwAi ite«<n ^Mm Tm (10) 
^^ fiiMn^ date of ^. 

W. SI»pherd areiwy, Jr. 
Trustee 

10-8— 4TU 



Commonwoilth of Virginia, In 
tho dork's Office of the CireuH 
Court of tho CHy of Virginia 
Baaeh, on tho 10th (by of S^ 
l«itfMr, 1963. 
Helen Leaiy Woods, Plaintiff 

aplnst 
J. S. Leary, Principal Defewiant 

and William N. limf md 

David Leary, Co-Defendants. 

ORDER OP PUBLICATtOli 

'She dbj«t of this suE s to ob- 
tain . an attachment of certain 
real e^te, conveyed to the Co- 
Defendants in the City of Virginia 
^ach, namely as follows: a cerr- 
toin tract of land in Lynnhaven 
Borough on the Southern liiK of 
Laskin Eoad East of tJ» intersec- 
tion of said Laskin Road with the 
Eastern line of iKrd Ftec* Road, 
^d line containir^ 2.11 acres 
and being known as RcH*te 10, 
Box 83, and to sell ^Id r^ e^ate 
or so much thereof as may be 
iwce^M^ to satisfy tiie ckim of 
tl» Pl#inUff fw a 166,520.20 
d#t, ow«l by tire Prii«i|tta De- 
fendeiri;. 

And an affidavit having been 
n^e and filed that the defend- 
srta are non resWents of the State 
pt Virgipa, titeff last known poA 
ioffto addrew being: 112 Mcfflo- 
teffl'^e^ A^ttie, N.C, 

B is offltePBd#at ttiey do ap- 
pear ba€ wittft ton (10) days 
lUta due priiU^ion hereof, and 
te whM nmy be n^esary to 
pnte^ their i^en^ in this silt. 

A Cojjy— Toite 

' mm V. raiTR^sS, aei* 

^ C^iW F. Wmianw, DJC, 
Wward T. <^n, m, p.q. 
WM I^£i&: Avemie 
Vi^m Be^. Va. 9-174TO 



HffTKB 

^ fluw l a s WM M^pnu' iiioofiiig of 
tho ^undi of M» Ctty of Vii^ 



Vli^mla Beach ^N-NEWS, Tuesday, Ortober 6, 1963 



P#ge i 




429-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 






fitf ' 1,r 



11 Trvnipertat^ 



n. .^jpj^rtion of Lpm Con- 
rtrudtoi Com|«my by W. E. Witt 
for a <^ange <rf zoning frorti lim- 
Itod Co^KmtM District 1 iC-L 1) 
to Re^^^ Aibortxan mstim 3 
CR-S ^ ol ^^itain prop^ty tK^ted 
tA (iiB to^tt^t intern^toa of 
IQngs GraiM 9DtA and Bdlnbur^ 
Drive, ftwirtifeg 2W.11 feet on 
Kings Grairt R«d, having a depth 
of 397.90 fMt on iklirinirgh 
Drive. Havini a raJth of M)2.67 
feet idong the Ea^n |at^>erty 
line and a d^rth of ^3.09 feet 
alor^ the SotrtiwAi pro[»fty line. 
D^i^ted lus ta^ A, 8, C, and 
D, Be^ka 2A, Kinp Grant. Lynn- 
hav^ Boro^. 

m. Application of Bis^t Real- 
ty by Owen and Guy, Attorneys, 
for a chan^ of zomng from Res- 
idence Suburban Diatrkt 2 ^S 2) 
to Ltaited Commerdfal Dtotrkt 1 
(C-L 1) of certain propeity located 
jrt the Noatiiwe^ irrtera^tiwi of 
Great Neck Itoad and Norai Lake- 
siite Drive. iPronting imM feet 
on Gre^ Neck Road, having a 
cteirth of 158.43 feet on North 
Lakek^ Onve; havii^ a width 
of 149.27 feet along tfie Western 
property line, having a <^3(h of 
^.88 feet along the Noifcn 
property line. D^^g^ted as Lot 
1, Section 1, S^mod MMtor. 
Lynnhaven Botw^i. 

IV. Application of latoi Road 
Prdpertlw Inc. by Alten WWrter 
Si Company fa* a change of a>n- 
ing ftom R^dence Duidex Dis- 
trict 1 (R-D 1) and Residawe Su- 
burban Datriot 3 (R-S 3) to Mul- 
tiple - Famfly R^deoce DiMrict 
(R-M) of the following two par- 
cels; 

• P«<»1 1 located at tte North- 
esst iirtersection of HS&ap Road 
and taskm Road, IronUng 996 
feet on Laskta Itoad, having a 
depth of 4M.51 feet on Hilltop 
Road. Having a width of 1030.87 
feet along the Northern property 
Bne and a *i^ of 2^ feet, more 
or less, aloi^ the i^stem iffop- 
erty line <tt» Wertem ate of 
Vie^OT Road), 

Ptocel 2 loc^sd at tiie North- 
eart iirteraertion of Victor Road 
and Lsttldn Road. Fronting 74 feet 
on LicAin Itoad, having a d^th 
of 229.3 fed; on Victor Road, a 
wi^i of 77.98 feet along the 
Northern jffopwty line and a 
d^^ of 205.3 feet along the 
EMem prof^rty line. Lynnhaven 
Bdrcoi^. 

V. Application of The High- 
lands InMTpOTated by Daniel ft 
Payne for the discontinuam*, 
dosure and absmdonment of tlw 
following streets or parts of 
streets in the subdivision of Rudee 
Hei^^: 

Hobart Avenue extending from 
Rudee Boulerard to Northside 
R(ad, a distance of 196 feet; 

The Northernmost end of Elm 
Lane beginidng at the North side 
ot tiuird I^itt and extending to 
Late Rudee, a distance of 141 
feet, more or less; 

The W^terara^ pwrtion of 
Spruce Lane extemling from the 
Weitem sMe of Rudee Boulevard 
to its tomraution at lais A 11 and 
A 6, a di^ance of 85.96 toet; 

Poplar Lane extending from 
tim West»n ffl(te of N<»<tl»ide 
Roiri to its tonitination at I^ts 
A 16 and A 17, a (fttoice of 213 
fert, more or less; 

The Northerarat^ part of 
Northside Road be^nning irt the 
Wert side of Rudee Bwlewml 
and ext^fKimg S^^ and West to 
tl» Norttwrn property line of Lot 
8, Block C, a disfaiKe of 369.49 
1^. Lynnhaven Rjrou^. 

VI. Apphcation of Jdm Ara- 
gona EnteJT>ri^8 Inc. by Kdlam 
awl Kdlsn, Attop^n, tm te 
d^ntinuan(%, ctomre rad alMuti^ 
donme^ of a prapc^ 90 itxA 
right of D»y b^i^ning A a poiirt 
M1.90 ^t Sm^ of ^ tforfolk 
and Southern Rafl^^y rigM of 
miy on 'Om ^. ^^^fe ol pl 
T^. ^ul n#rf ci way 



Une. Lyunhavm Borou^. 

Vin. Apj^tion of d. C. Man- 
awl Jr. lor a Vie PwaM to wn- 
Ariiot a 16 vaM inotd oh ^tertain 
property des^iotod as L^t 8, 
BlodE M, nut m % ^ma& 
^ach Dwdoftt^ dmism. lo- 
cated at tihe Nortow^ i^wsw;- 
tiflft of to ^*tt «nd l^fic 
Amue. IhfOBting M fert ^ Pa- 
cific Awnue, havii^ a <tep& of 
116.97 fe^ along 28th Stmt, a 
d^ id 115.97 fMt alo^ the 
Natt«ii ^«perty Um m$ a 
d^^ of M feet along the fct- 
em pn^rty line. Virpnia llbdi 
Bwoagh. I 

DC. Applici^on of A I b a c «r e 
Hedty Inc. by Evapette T^n 
f OT a dmnp of isning ^»n Wm- 
tod Commercial Distoct 1 (fl^D 
to G^aeral Conoawckd DMM,! 
(OG 1) of certain p^rty Icwwd 
1^ the SoirtJw^ con»r ol fty- 
skie Road, Route 647, and JeiMho 
Road. Frooli^ 175 f^t on ^- 
side 'RmA, lanni^ a depth of iDO 
le^ on Jer^o &»^. &kl prop- 
erty being a pw* of Pared D, 
Section 4, Ar^ma Vifii^e. Bay- 
side B(K«l^. 

X. Applicrtwn of D^la L. 1^- 
Mm for the dis(»nMmuan(%, c^ 
ure and ^>aiMJknMiunt of L^ml^ 
haven Pron^nade, a ^ foot xi^ 
of way begnning at the Mrt riite 
of Piedmont Cirde and extendii^ 
in a Noi#»ity djredion itong tt» 
Ei^ side of Lot 6, Kock 2, sib- 
divkion of Ocean Park, for a dis- 
tance of 196 f^t, more or less, 
bounded on the East by ti» Lyim- 
h^en i^y. Bayside Boitxigh. 

XI. ACT>lieation of William E. 
& ldw»d L. Sei^ by Robert 
CrofflweH, Jr., Attorroy, for the 
discoiAinuaiwe, closure and <A>an- 
doimwnt of a 10 tocA strip on the 
E^iat s(te >of Seavtow Aven^^v- 
ing a depth of 247.8 fe€t;'oe0n- 
ninig at tiie South ade o|fl«e 
Avenue Md extending Smlb to 
fbe SouUiemmost end of S^view 
Avenue, lying adjacent to tiw 
Western sWe of Lots I and 10, 
Block 4, amended plat of Qw^- 
peate ^ores. (Seaview Ai^aiue 
pre^nfly a 60 foot i^t of wi3^). 
Ba^e Borough. 

Xn. Applic^on of AUen J. 
Gettd for a ctonge of zoning 
from ResWence ^ibuiton Dis- 
trict 3 (R-S 3) to General Com- 
mercial District 1 (G-C 1) of cer- 
tain property fronttag 75 fert on 
the Norfli sklte of Parlisttnent 
Drive (formerly KempsvUie Road- 
Route 165); beginning at a point 
43 feet, m6r» or less, East ot 
ftincess Anne Road (formerly 
New K*mpsvflle Drive), toving a 
deptti of 215.0 fek along the 
Eastern property line, "having a 
wkMh of 75 fed; dong the North- 
ern property line (Nortolk and 
Southern Railroswi right of way); 
having a depth of 219.99 feet 
along the Western property line; 
containing 0.366 acres. Kem^ 
ville Borough. 

xm. Application of Gray^ 
M. WhifeSiurst for a change *of 
zoning ^aa Resi^tence Suburl^ 
Disbld 2 (R-S 2) and R^dehcfe 
Subuit»n .DMrict 3 (R^ 3) to 
nraMite - faan^ ResWence 0!s- 
trfct (RjM) and a ijm I^raut to 
operate a nursing home on <»r- 
tain property fronting 380 feft on 
the Wert kde of First Colonial 
Road, Rmite 615. Beginning M a 
pcrint 1710 feet North of Eason 
Road, Eoi^ 640. HaVing a ^f^ith 
of 9^.W feet d(M^ the Nor^ni 
property line, a width of 3f0.73 
fe^ dong the W^em property 
line aiKl a depth of 1076.^ |e^ 
along the Soutiiem prop»'ty ike. 
'Containmg 8.813 acres. Lynplu- 
vdi trough. 

104-2T 



A a^ P p^^pAYS, HC— We 
vffl lefflwf yoir car to or from 
a^ «^. Bon^d drivers. Cars 
av|uiW3ite to reqkm^le parties 
to'4rive to We^ (^A and San 
A^itio. Call 62&4)e04. 

Gent^nan mo^i^ to Virgmia 

^w^ ar» ^)on wants to join a 

or IH»1 to downtown NorfoJk. 

, H«m 9 to 6. Write Sun-News, 

tot 114. 



ME^^ANOI^E 



93 I^M^iNNIGoe^ 



APPUANOiS-— Bargains m good 
used refrigerators, freezer^ 
ranges, washi^ machines, dry- 
ers. Terms to suit. Hirtz Bazaar 
at 0<»ana. Open 9 to 0. OA 
8-70ra. 



RENTAL REM BTAT5 



111 A|Mrftnontt Pumlslwd 



AUTOMOTIVE 



jtf Automobiloi For Sale 

1^ . . ^ LX - — 



FOR SAU: 1963 TRUOO^ TR4 
ii^ hew cond^on. Sacrifice. 
^ Mr. Maddox at 4^1242 
for luither information 



MIRCURY — 1956 Montdair, 4- 
door hardtop sedan. Radio and 
heater. EstoMeirt condition. 
GA 8-7604. $300. 



ANNCKJNCIMEN-R 



10 Sftodf I f^tieofl 



LEARN EOLK.STYLE ftlNJO 
Qualified tutor with profi^ond 
l^c^ound will teach you to 
play ttie traditiond 5 string 
banjo. Mnintain, FoAk and 
Kuegra* styles tau^ AIra 
Folk Guitar. 428-9168. 




WrrAR ILESSONS - -nwltttaid 
%ty^ tw^ cm P^eMM^ 
4284306. 



Mis. White's Sewing~B«Bn 

Now located ^ mstsp 

1687 Ladan Rd. 

Ai types ritairtioiE, dCTiwnaklng. 



MSRCimY-~1957 t«&4oor hard- 
t^. Radio, heater, povet ste&s 
ing, power brak^ mA pomet 
windows. In ex<»lh^ cMdi- 
tion. Murt be seen to 1»e ^qn«- 
c^tol. Prked for c^cWk srie d 
1600. Cdl GAS-2M1. 



FURNITURE— Mattress and 
brings, books, desks, -chdi^ 
tables, cheiits. All very reason- 
able. Hirtz Bazaar at Oceana. 
Open 9 to 9. GA 8-7068. 



2 Bedrooms, tax^ piiM living 
room, mo#m kitchen ana 
bath. New refri^rator and 
stove. Cdl aft^ 6 P.M. JU 
74776. Reasomftte reM. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



101 Rooms Without Board 



VAUXHALL 1958 — Ibois wdl. 
£»p^ed Octdber. 24 miles per 
galteo. Good second ioir. $^}0. 
GA 8-1606. 

26 Mobile Homos For Solo 



C0NT»lllNTAl^-a6irt sdl now. 
M^ an offer. 45' x 6'. P^ect 
cozMlitaon. 40* awning induded. 
10' X W TO(m a^ctoed. P^Mie 
GAa^91. 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



Xi Appliance Serves 



VACUUM CUEANERS— Hoover, 

Sales and ^aidce. Prompt ef- 
- ^ent repiii^- Rck up and 

delivery. Phone GA 8-4222. 

Fuel Feed & Building Sup 

plies. Inc. 



3^ Building— Ropoiring" 



NEW AM) REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Eectricd — Air Conditioning 

-PRINCES ^^ PLUMBING 

AM) HilCTRK^AL 

SUPPUffi^, INC. 

Phone 426-2660 



$2 Dre«ainaking — Sowing 



ALT^IATIONB— All types. Out- 
si<te jobs ac»%pted. CaU Mrs. 
Ki^ at Bisons GA 8-3961 or 
corae in 317 Laskin Rd., Vir- 
0nia B^di. 



EMPLOyMENT 



42 Help Wanted-Male or Female 

',1 

PRESSERS — Male or fenale. 
WooL Must be experienced. 
&>th regular and part time 
wof k. Apply Atlantic Cleaners, 
207 21st St. 



43 Position Wanted — Female 



BABVyirim— Win care for a 4 
year old boy for a worldng 
inpther. 4^-8790. 



44 edution W«nt^i-4yUle 



RESTAURANT WORK — Man 
wants job in Virginia Beach 
area. Birni 1910, work^ in 
Norfolk 14 years. John McCoy. 
Phone Kimball 56(k). 

MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



CONSOLE — SingKT. Excdlent 
condition $35. !^j»mith with 
accessories, $125.. 42^6328. 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— $22.88 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four lin^ 
(100 feet), set m roncrde. 
Phone GA&^22. Fuel, F^d 
& Building SupjJly. hw. ' 



93 Household GoNIt 



RUGS— 9x12 lii^teum for evCTy 
room in the luwse. $4.9.'» cash 
and carry (no deders). Waldi 
Furniture, 17th & BdOc. 



Furniture (rf all kinds n^udi^red 
and refinidied. Flee estim^te^ 
reasonable ^<^. Autom#bite 
seat cove^ tc^s, and hea«llin- 
ets all curtom na^ie anl j^ted. 
Hilltop Uphdrtering <b.. 1000 
Vu^ia Beadi AM. 9hone 
428-1797. We buy mi sdl mm 
and uaed furniture. ^ 



Nice sleeping room for rent to 
elderly lady, heated. Breakfast 
privileges if desired. For fur- 
ther informMion, call GA 8-7704 
aftw 6 p.m. and all day Satur- 
day aiHi Sunday. 



Ill Apartment^ F'jmithod 



POLLY RANCH, 1400-I7th », 
clean, modem rooms, effici- 
encies. 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ments. Iteasonable weekly, 
monthly, or annud rates. 



FURNISHED or UNFU^NiaiED 
— 2 bedrooms,, living room, 
dining room. Water . himished. 
$90 a month, yearly rentol. 
GA 8-3680 or 855-1947. 



161h Street — a4i©dK>om steam- 
heated. Suitable for 2 couples. 
Reasonable. Also 24th SK. 1 or 
2-bedroom ajwitment for yearly 
rentd. Rraisow^le. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-1286. 

29ai STMft — EfficiKMy apart- 
ment, suitd>le for couple or 
lady. Convenient to all rtores. 1 
block from beach. $65 month 
induding itfOities. '^28-8790. 



Bachdor Apartn»nt. AU utiU^s 
included. Centrally located. $75 
year round rental. GA8-36W 
or 855-1947. 



NORTH END — CMnptetely fur- 
nished, 3-bedroom house. Heat 
and water furnished. $135 
monthly. GA 8-7453. 



^Mh Street — Completely fur- 
nidied, modern apartmei^. 
Heai and vfeiter included. 2 bed- 
rorans — $115 per month. 1- 
bedroom — $65 per nnmith. 
GA 8-7453. 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedroom efficiencies com- 
pletely furnish^. Weekly, 
monttily. "We can furnish ev- 
en^hing but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA&WSO, GA 
8-9701. 

LARGE 3 rooms and bath, heat, 
lights, and hot water included. 
Couple. $67.50. Call GA 8-3647 
after 7 pjn. or di day Sunday 
and Monday. 



fflTPICIENCY APiynHENT — 
Kitehen, bedroom, living room 
combination, full bath. Utilities 
induded. $85 month. Conven- 
ie!^ to rtores and Oceana base. 
Clean apartment. Next to 
Hunl's No. 2 rertaurant or call 
341-3592 after 12 pjn. 



HOLIDAY HOUSE MOTEL— On 
the Ocean at 14th St. Efficiency 
apartment. All utilities fum- 
idied. Ateo roonts for rent by 
week or month. 428-2828. 



42nd Street— Yearly, watrar in- 
duded. living room, be<|room, 
bath, kitchen, breakfast room, 
screened porch, rtorage attic, 
two closets. Couple preferred. 
GA 8-1722. 



42nd Street— near Cavalier hotd. 
Bachdor apartment, yearly. 
Water induded. Gas heat. 
Screened porch. Available now. 
GA8-17^. 



I\UTOshed apartment for rent. 
Heat, water included. Call after 
5:30 p.m. 464-1774. Before 5:30 
p.m. 855-33^. 

Furnished ?nd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Redty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
2m-ldtii Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnidied rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. Bv 
w^k or month. 



1-2-3 room apartments. $75-$125 
lamfli. Utilities furnished. Sun 
Ti* Motel. Dial 4^-1828. 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



IhSTRUCTIONB 



lABDrN SCHOOL 
Of Musk 

.■rt*>w Hu^B, Dtrtetw 

' 313- 35th Str««t 
Vii^lnia Beach 



^^lU^M KtUGROYi 

InstrucHon In 

^b46^ - 428-#227 




1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments. 
Furnished an.d uxifumished 
Monthly and yearly rentals. 
Cooper Redty, ^)3 19th Street 
Office 428-13^. q^ts 428 
6833. ^ 



117 Wanted To Rent 



Wp need 2, 5 and 4 bedroom 
homes and aiartments. Two of- 
fices with 4 full time rentd 
agents to serve you. Call Mrs. 
Oteh at the 

NEW BEACH OFFICE 

4284110, nights 428-6413 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 

REAL ESTATE FOR SAU 



REAL ESTATC FOR SALE 

124 Houow For Sale 

BAY CCHXM«'— Lovdy 3 1^ 
room, 2 bath home mi IW x 
190' comer lot. Brick veneer, 
oil hteat, one bedroom air-con- 
ditioned. Immediate posses^a 
Financing available. Owner. 
Call GA 8-2401 days and OA 
8^01 after 5:^ p.m. 

128 Real Estate Wanted 



Lirt with your neighbor for per- 
sond service. We Med hMoes. 
lots, acreage, small farms, du- 
plexes. We take trade-ins, also 
purchase equities. JU 8-5431, 
nights 428-2164. 

Letha Fondren 
WAUCER REALTY, INC. 

Clierrts waiting. We need list- 
ing. Two offices with 20 sales- 
men. Member MLS. Call Roland 
Hyde at our 

NEW BEACH OFFICE 

428-4110, nights 428-1490 

LARASMT REALTY CORP. 



1#A Listing* Wanted 



122 Apartments For Sale 



GATBWOOD PARK — New du- 
plexes. Low Maintenance. At- 
tractive wooded tots. Priwd to 
sdl quick. 

DeHart Construction Corporation 
340^11 340-8591 340^790 



ResuMs—A<^n— buying or seH- 
ing. Free vduation. We know 
the Beach. Lirt with us. OiH 
Bill McKnight at our 
NEW BEACH OFFICE 
4284110, nights 4^7382 
LMIASAN REALTY CORP. 

CLASSIFIED DCPUY 



MERCHAhOI^ 



124 Houses For Sale 



THALIA POINT RID., 600— Hmise 
for sde.- Beairtifttl comer l<^. 
.Boating ri^ts. 

DeHart Construction Corpotaflon 
340-8311 340-8591 340-8790 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganfo Auction Co. 



FINAhKML 



HOME OWNPS 

Redmre You BOfa 

One Moodily Paynent 



AHOl'NT 

$2000 
3000 



10 VftS. 
FEB Ac. 

$22.32 
33.32 



IS ITRS. 
P^ MO. 

$16.88 
25.32 



lie First Md Seccmd 

Morl^^ Services 

MA 2-9816 — 24 hours 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



PROMPT HOME FINANCING 
HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

70« ■OUSH STNCKT • NOMFOIX 

•024 VtROINIA aiACM at-VII. 

AT THOMAS COItN£K 



REAL BTATE 



BAY ISUND 

Tidewater's Finest All 
Waterfront Community 

LOTS FOR SAIJi 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE CX). 
464-3051 Nights GA8-91f2 



REFRIGBtATORS 
Used, Good Condition 

$45 

2303 Pacific Am 



Ask Your Eye Physician About 

TRAYLOR'S 

Virginia Beach's oiUy 

GUILD bmCIAN 

1369 Laslcin Road, Va. Beach 

Bciwod II. Md^anara, M^. 

GAnlai$-4m 



BLBINESS SERVICES 



M. M. WALKER 

RQOFING-GUTTERING 

Hon Roofed And Gutured Virgnm 
Bead For The Pm 10 Yean 

NEW OR REPAIR 

G A 8-3369 



Repairs 

Commttraal 

Household 
Refrigeration 

LaaBdn»Mli 
Dcalen for Wfrtfan^wieaa 



Qcdrical Cootraclor 
W. C. JOHNSON 

322 - 17tli Street 

Vk^ia Beach 

PfaoTC GA M«71 






F> iLRMiNAT' 



ADAMS BROS. 
PLUMBING CORP. 

aMTTlOK Vii^nia Aeacft one* IfS** 

Rlumbing and Heating 
Repair servi-e and supplies 

v/arm air duct heating 
Chrysler Air Conditioning 

BUIMiKT TKKM» 4ti' IIKBIKBl) 

WP SPRVICF WHAT WE SPJJI 

41 M 7th St. - GAB-6731 



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PERSOPL CONSULTANTS, INC. 

"NORFOLK'S OLDEST" 

418 LAW BUILDING— 147 GRANBY ST. 

32S3 Va. Beach BM. friiK^ Anw P^»-341-^28 

30p Rli^s^ic T^pte Bl^.^1^ 33rd St., Newport News 

We Now Have Pos^mw Avaihh|g For B^h Men mi Weam 

Ac«ouotMte " " * ftattancs 

Bot^kiGep^* a^Avs^^ien 

Cleit Tyi>tos «^l Mwa^rs 

Safesmen l^ofkeeping M«chk» Oifmtan 

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(lf>j— ttfhwA; Patrol 

•It) — Artis Ltrin 

(13)— MoTia 

( 8) — BuHM and AUe« 

(Id) — The Beat of Oroo^* 

(19) — ^Morninr Uoyit, 

I a» — Or Whttehnnrt H/nmrta 

( 3) — CBS Mominr News wl(h 

MIka Wallace 
(1«— Na* Whan 
(IM— IfBC mnra 
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(10) — ^Word fior Wordi 

< »)— ^a McCww 
( 10) — CimeHitration 
(13)— Prica b ftUrht 
( 3) — ftto'A Qla4n 
(10)— HlMtaK limt» 
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AFTERNOON 

( »— liO*a o( Ufa 
(M) — Toot rint Imprtaaloa 

(tS) — t^na ^wa bnla INird 

( 3)— CBS Nawa 

( S) — iewift ror ToBMNFTOW 

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(llK-~ratkar Knowt *jcat 

( S>— 41M OaidiM unt 

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(13)-^i«Ta That Bob 

(10)— Nawa 

( 8) — l^aaword 
(10)— PM^a WIU Adk 
(13)— Aw aantham 
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TUESDAY EVENINO 

4:00 ( 3) — S«cr»t Storm 

(10) — The Match Gama 
( IS)- — Trallmaater 
4 §6 (10) — ^MBC Npw« 
4:30 (10) — Flylnr Tkteior 

nm~H»Mf Room for Daddj 
(18) — Discovery 
4:S5 (13) — Mfkey Motiae Cinb 
6:60 ( ») — Newi at P!t» — Bay Shoaae 
(10) — ^Poopdeck I^pi^'a Club Ahoy 
S:06 ( 3)— Dr. Whitehvrat R^orti 
5:10 < 3) — ^Follow 1*8 Sun 
6:30 (10)— Quick Draw McOraw 
8:00 (1©)— Newi at Six 
8:05 (13) — Hsrnr Dorcetta 
6:10 ( S) — SDorta Roundup 
6:16 ( 3)— TV Boportw 

(13) — Ron Cmhrana 
8:35 ( 3) — Weatherman 
8:30 ( 3) — CBS News 

(10) — Rnnller-BriBkley Report 
(13)^M8rprirk 
8:4S (10) — Hnnlley-BFinkley Report 
7:00 ( 3) — The Saint 
(10) — Riftenmn 
(1.1>— M-9qn»d 
7:80 (10) — Mr. Novak 

( 1 3) — TonlMt 
8:00 ( 3) — Red Skelton Ho'ir 
8:30 r 3> — Tslent Scouta 
MO) — Rp^l»u 
(13)— McHalea Na^r 
0:00 ( 3) — iPeftlooat JnmHion 
(10) — n)»hard Boone 
(13) — Oretieat Show on Barth 
0:15 (13) — MoTia 
9:30 ( 3) — Jack Bennr Prorram 
(10) — T)irk Powell Thaatra 
(1.1)— l?ntoa(4i able* 
10:00 ( 3) — Ctarry Moora Show 
(10) — And«' wnitama 
(13)— riirttlye 
11:00 ( 3) — 11th Hour Final 

(13) — ^Mnrphv Martin 
tl:10 r 3) — 11th Hour Weather 

(13)— Bfll Brady 
11:16 ( 3) — Steye Allan Show 

fini W,»|l.. 

11:80 ( 8) — ^Dr. Wbltt^umt Beporto 

(10) — Sparta 
11:86 ( 3)— Movie Ttam 
H!t7 (181 — ^T^iaatra l» 
lt!S» (to— 'TMlfrhf 



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1. Pr«iid«nl piMM*^ htai.MMdd 
^•ntMt«MBgov«fM«tre^». 



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2. tto h(M dNMrao's •AKotfonpt 






3. In IQMcta ^^bocb, th« .pioyad 
teim (rf wif • mrtia* h^cnd wot 



Jonic* IM«> 

4. He's kno^m to guests ond 

frwndt « JoM Jimenez. 
Wm Oono. U l««l«y. 

ttany •«mcroft. 

i. Sdiool pr«Ki|Mit hi weekly "Mr. 
Nevok" Mrtot. 



WEDNESDAY EVENINO 

4:00 ( 3) — Secret Storm 

(10) — ^The Match (3anw 
( 18) — ^TrallmaBter 
4:25 (10) — ^NBC New» 
4:80 ( 3)— BMcue 8 

(10)— Mi^e Room for IMdjr 
(It) — ^Dlacoyery 
4:B0 (13)— MIekqr Mouae Oah 
6:00 ( 3) — Newa at Wye 

(10) — ^Poopdet'k Pamv'a taub Alioy 
6:06 ( 8) — tir. Wblt^nrat B^wrla 
6:10 ( 8) — Staaer Burke 
6:30 (10) — ^per Car 
8:00 (10)— Nawi at Stt 
8:06 (13) — Harry Dmrnlta 
8:10 ( 3) — Sporta Bonndup 
6:16 ( 8) — TV Bapormr 
(18) — Riw CochFtne 
8:26 ( 3) — Weatherman 
6:^ ( 3) — em Newa 

no) — Huntley- BrinUQr Beport 
- (13>— M^yerkk 
7:00 ( 3) — BtocrwlQ' 

(1«) — AHIinr SmHh SMrv 
(18) — nnMTBet 
7:M ( 8)— CBS Baporta 
« 1 n» — fftt* Virr*"*"" 
(lS)-^^>atie ft Harriet 
8:00 ( 8) — Pntriie Seryice Show 

(13)— nu% Soke 
8:30 ( 8) — Olyato 

(13) — PHee la Ri«kt 
• :00 ( 8) — Beyier^ HllMIUaa 

(10) — Kraft Myatery 1%a«b« 
(13) — Bna Caaer 
0:3« ( n>~-0^ Van Svte Show 

(IX) — Awr WMin«»^* , 

10:00 ( 3) — Oimr five %ow 
(lei) — ^neranth Honr 
(18)^ — ^Nskad ^(ty 
IIKIO ( 3) — 11th Hotir Final 

fMl— mcvM rft^m* Bap a rt 
(IS)— Xnrphy HarUn 
11:10 ( S) — 11th "Bonr W^Oier 

(13) — MB ftii* 
11:16 ( 3) — Steye A!1en Hiow 

fljn— TAsal 1t»w»-%ee»liaf-^norle 
11:1^ ( 8) — ^Dr. Whttehnrat B^MMia 

(IM-^Mrta 
11:3S ( 8)— Moyto flmuk 

iim— t^mm* " 
i«-iM (im — ^^Ma*>« 



fr«d 0|d*n. 



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'aUD/^ 'DUOQ 



TOP Lodge Plans 
Oyster Bowl Fare 

PRB«iCE^ /'^^iE — If enrijers 
and ^lests of the Prince Anne 
Fratemal Order of Police No. 7 
are invited to take pait in an aU- 
day Oyster Bowl Game celdjra- 
Uon, it has been announced. 

1*re-gaane acUvKies bei^imung at 
9 a.m. Octolier 19 will iwdude 
bceakfart and cotAatsdU. Private 
Iwses will carry iHie particapMits 
to and from ttie game. 

A twf f^ dini^r and dance wiU 
foUow the game until 2 a.ffi. Res- 
ervations may be made by calling 
Mrs. R^rt)y at -^6^261. 



Crosswoid Puzzle 



ACROSS 

1. Vigcff: slang 
4 Intersect 
8. In the stem 
11. ItdMH river 
llUftretore 
lS.Pifeop*scry 
14 Fantt animal 
IS. Post 
14 Weep 
17. Get away 
19. Slide over 
21. Arrahginf 
23. OusH out 
26,lJi)Oft 

27. Char 

28. Head cover 
31. B«}ks ol 

Moses 

34, Watch 
secretly 

35. Pain 
If. Send forth 
It, Cubic meter 
41. Fwms « plan 
49. Limbs 

47. Soufgle 
48.<XN£in«i 
M. IiU-k or robin 



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53, 
S4. 
55, 



WHO CJlIiEIEJ EJkJtJl 

iuoyy 

JyBHH 



Chair 56. Prohibit 

Hail! 57. Peruse 

Great Lake 58. Finish 
Vases 



DOWN 



1. Not poetry 

2. Decree 

3. Spud 

4. Beminder 
of past 

5. Age 

6. ^imsorship 

7. ^wnite a bell 
I. Grows with 

time 
•.Suit the 
ne^isof 
lt.naything 



18. Half quart 
20. — and downs 
22. Pierced 
t^ horns 

24. Knock 

25. Attempt 
28. P(»»es8es 
2S.DMd 

30. Playhouse 

32. Revised 

33. Bee house 
36. Be mistaken 
38. GauK fabric 
40. Live coal 

42. Hind part 

43. African 
aQtel(^>e 

44. Become rigid 
«. Father 

«. Chatter 
49. Eggs 
SLC^e^ 




Monday Movie Is Star Filled 



Today^ow To 



"TTie Rains of Ranch^nir," 
LouisJBromfield's story of the ro- 
mance between the Ameri(^n 
wife of an £ngli^ lord and a 
Hindu doctor in moduli day In- 
dia, will be the Oct. 14 ccrtor film 
on NBC-TV's '^Monday Ni#t at 
the Movies" <7:^9:30 p.m. iDT). 
The film, originally released in 
1^5 by Wh Cen<«ty#ox, stars 
Lana Turner, Ridiard Burton, 
Fred MacMurray, Joan Caulfield 
and Michael Rennie with Eu^nie 
Leotrtovkh. 

Lord Esketh i®«inie) on a trip 
to a anidl Indian prindpidify, 
Raodhipur, where he hopes to 
purcbne mi Arsdrian ^MUon from 
tt» MiAarani ^JMias Leontovich), 
is injured during a tiger hunt. 



WAVY Shifts 
News Staff 

J. Glen Taylor, president and 
^i^^ manager of Tidewater 
Teie-radio, Inc., ^orfolk-Pcots- 
mouth-Newport News, Vir^nia) 
annoum^s tl% appointn^irt of 
L!(^d Oobyns" as news directOT 
axKl Jim Whipkey as asMcuite 
news director for WAVY-WAVY- 
TV. ]>ol>yiu F^lac^ V&n Jones 
iriHJ resigned his post wkh 
WAVY to join WI Newsfilms, 
&u:., Wadiington, D. C. 

D(3toyns, a native of New^rt 
News, Vir^nla, joined the news 
staff at WAVY in 1960 after serv- 
ice as heira db«<4(n' at WCUM, 
CmnbetaMl, Marylanl. He holds 
a BA in jaurnriMm from the L^ 
S^iool of Joumailmi, Warii^ton 
moA Lee UniversMy. 

He is a m«nber of the Tkte- 
wata* Pniieiaoaal Chapter of 
^m Delta C%1 and of tiie UH 
BmdcaMer of Virg^. Dobyns 
ff^d^ with his wife and four 
diildren in Porfasmouii, Vii^inia. 

Wh^key, a native of Cnneron, 
W^ Virginia has l^en a men4}er 
<rf the WAVY iwws department 
since 1958. I^or to his association 
with WAVY, he served is assist- 
ant news director at I^OR, lin- 
ato, Nebraska. He is a graduMe 
of Cftio University where he ma- 
jored in radio joumaiiam. 

Whiptey is a memtoer of Tide- 
water ProfeMional Chapter, Sigtm 
Q^a Chi, UPI Bro^lcasters of 
Vn^lnM sM A. F. at A. M. 

He re^d^ with fa^ wife and 
three diildren in Portanoutfi. 

Comedy Special 
On WTAR-TV 

"CiflMnity Jane," 90 - minute 
musical coinedy i^ecid ^arrii^ 
Carol Burnett in flie tkJe role, 
wifl be broadcast Tuesday, Nov. 
12 9:M to 11:00 pjn., on Channel 
3. Art lAUid cottars as Wild Bill 
mckok. 

Fesbired in tte oast are Bemie 
West as Henry Miller, Beryl Tow- 
bin as Katie Brown, and Don 
Cha^ain as Lieut. Danny Gibnar- 
tin. 

As "C^ilMnity Jane," Mas Bur- 
iMtt portrays a iK^esiA young 
wcNnan of tl» Old West w^ a 
pendiai^ for bu<ii^tais and taS 
tales. Based on ti^ ori^nal War- 
ner Bros, motioa picture, the pro- 
duction en<^nni»ases ttie fikn 
Kore by c<nnpo«»' &nmy Fain 
and lyricM ftoil Fraicfe Webster, 
imfluding the Ac»l«ny AwotJ- 
winning briled "Secret Love," 
phis addMonal "sem sones. 

"Calanity Jane" is a Bob Ban- 
vts kssom^ea Pro<lu(Ai(m in nso- 
eti^n wMto Aim«)od Produc- 
tions and the O^ Televiaon Net- 
w<M'k. Executive producer is B<Jb 
Banner. ProdiwJer b Joe Hand- 
ton. TIm <»t)diM;tion was codi- 
rert^ ^ BriMft dM and Dkk 
AMnian. wiMti giiHieal ^ring b^ 
Hi^ Ffafl Iftukan wrote the tde- 
vimm soript. 

lie ^ogom is i^xosored bs 
TlMinaai J. t^ton, be, asid ttw 
(^leco^sssA Oii<porati<Mi, repre- 
sei^d b^ ItalfoKW %uf ^, Cdi- 
wiefl k Bi^lm, toe., ami Ikyle 
Xtaae Besbadi, be. 



During his reetqieration L^y ^A- 
wina !^M3i ^ss Turner) begiiui 
a romaiwe with Dr. Safti (Bur- 
twi), a sdiolarly physician. An- 
other romame to the story is be- 
tit^en an American engineer, 
Tom Ransoim (MacMurray) and a 
lonedy girl, Fern ^ss Cawlfield). 
"The RiyiB of Ranchipur" was 
produced by Frank Ross and di- 
rected by Jean Negulesco. 

Pro Football 
Schedule On 
Channel "3" 

Sev»i Natiomd Footil)^ L«a^ 
ginxws wiU be bro«icait eceta- 
avely on regional networks of the 
OK Television Network S^n^, 
Oct. 13. Ilie schedule (all tin^ 
are ISyV) follows: 

D^rott Lions vs. Ddb^ Cow- 
boys—Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas. 
ZM pjn. 

Clev^and &nwns vs. !few 
York GiMts — Yaidcee I^JKUufli, 
New York, N. Y. 2:00 pjn. 

!Pitt£l>uifh ^edera m ^. Loo- 
is Cardinala— Buich Stadium, S^. 
Louis, Mo. 2:S0 pjn. 

Phibdelphk "Ea^^ vs. Wadi- 
ington Redskins — Dii^rict of Co- 
lumbia Vadium, Wa^iii^n, D.C. 
2:00 pjn. 

1^ Fram^co 49era vs. Bidti- 
nMMre 0>Ms — M«norial Stadium, 
Baltimore, Md. 2:00 pjn. 

. Green B«^ Pickers vs. Minne- 
sote Vikings — M^ropoHUn Va- 
dium, Itfimi^polis, Minn. 3:30 
pju. 

dAc&go B^EtB vs. Los An^]^ 
Rams— 'Memorial Coliseum, Los 
Ang^s, Calif. 4:30 pjn. 




MRE THE HANDICAPPED 

^HYjmt fi#l» P u pl s y ia wt jMnflw 



lltervlow Mrs. 
igo Oinh Nhu 

lAn interview with Mrs. Ngo 
Wxiti Nhu, sister-in4aw of Sot^ 
Vtetnamwe PrraJdent Ngo Dinh 
Diem, wiH be pr^ented during 
IfBCTVs "Today" diow IViday 
f 9 a.m. 

s The se^ent will be taped in 
fJBC's New York stu^s Hiurs- 
i^y. Mn. Nhu wiU be inta*viewed 
by "Today" host Hugh Downs 
and NBC News' i^te Depai^nent 
corr^fcndent EUe ^>d. 

lAn. rani, wlH»e httfbuid is 

chief wlviser to President Diem, 
is exp»:fted to arrive in the Unit- 
ed (^irtes next week. Arrso^- 
menti for the interview were 
made with the Vietnamese &n- 
bas^ in WaAlngtoi, O. C, which 
confirnMd the d^ for h^ ap- 
pearance on 'Today." 

Graham In 
Film Based 
On DeMille Life 

TTie Rev. Dr. Billy Grahan 
"went on cam«^" reirently for 
special scenes as prodlK^on be- 
gBm on "The Worid's GroMest 
Skqimnan," a 904nii^irte color 
{»»entation iMsed on Cecil B. 
Deiiffie's legends^ HoUywood 
(Stf^; which ^ be tde^st on 
N0C Sunday, Dec. 1 (8r30-lQ pjtt. 

Dr. Graham's appearsmce wftl 
be related to the religious agnifi- 
cance of De MiUe's ^iblicsil films. 

Otarlton H^ton, Be^ Hutton. 
Anthony (^lino aiMl mmy ottaor 
De Mille stan yet to be an- 
nouiKed wiU paitk^te in the 
program, ^qwnces from films 
(Mrected by De (Mille will be other 
highlights. 

to conjunction with Dr. 
Graham's appearance on stage at 
WjM. Studios, movie' and TV per- 
soo^ties a^nded a luncheon in 
bis honor given hy MGM and pro- 
ducers Stanley Roberts imd Henry 
Wilcoxon. 

Itoberte vmrte ttie script for 
"llie Wtfffii's Greatest Show- 
man," whi<A will be presented in 
cooperation with ParamouM Pk- 
tares md 43% Cecil B. De MiUe 
fmsH. Bom Sagal directs. 




«AKS 

♦ It 9 

wmtt SACT 

«ltSC« 48fS 

V<32 VA»g?S4 

♦ Qt>gSS # _ 

♦ 5 4kAKt> 

soirm 

AQJS 

VKajM 

♦ AKX84I 

IteMiUag: 

West Nwrtt East Ksotti 

f«s 14k IV «♦ 

44b 9m» 4 V 

5 ♦ imMt ^si 
pass 

Opening lead: five of elubt, 

Souui pi&ym uubitu/ tju^a, 
l^ttt covered with the king and 
Skmth ruffed in the closed hand. 
South led low to the ace of spadot 
<m tile boani and returned ten (rf 
<U«Bonds. When EMt Aowed oat 
fm the tart dlamtmd lead. South 
was in trouble. SoaOi Ut the ten 
td diaiBonds go and West won 
wiUi the qtieen, returning a heart 
which East won with the ace. East 
returned seven td clul». South 
ruJfed with the ace, then led three 
rnnaining diamonds, Mag the 
last diamond trifdc to Wat's nine. 
West had to return a spade, wUdi 
S<mth took in the cltmd hand. 
Sttttii tl»n led another heart, 
which West ruffed with his test 
tramp, 

COmiENT: South did well to 
get by with a two-trick set. The 
hand was a niisfft all tlw way 
anniad the board. 




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Get fast rdief from that adie-all- 
OTCf, worn-out feeling due to colda. 
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^,C^ THEATRE 



25th & Atlantic 

Today, OcH^imr 8 

BEACH PARH 

Bob Cummlrigs 
Dorothy AAalone 
Frankie Avalon 

F^itures 2 4 6 8 10 

WED., THURS, FRI., SAT. 
OCTOBER 9 -12 

THE HAUNTING 

Julie Harris 

Richard Johnson 

Claire BIcMsm 

Feature: % 4, 6, 8«. 10 




17th & Atlantic 

Today, Ckldbw • 
[^bl« Feature 

KILL OR CURE 

Terry - Thomas 



TRUL AND ERROR 

Peter S«ll«n 




BOBGHEZA 

MORNirKS 

(From Sign On 




NaATTONTHC^WAS 
ARiMeON 
Til S^n 1^ ' 



THEY 

ARE 

TALENTED 



BcA md Newton i]« fatrfsasitMyd e^f^Aien 

v^io tte w^-known to tbmiaiuis of f^o 

^tesien hi the gieaiter Vis^a Beadb «raA. 

Botti )i«v« eart^Mlve «id taRyirte^^iMMie tmA- 

t^ bMJGE^maKto. Bei> lias fmstrKi in a mm- 

ber of vari^ ^Bom sotf ime ewcsits as 

botli pertovD^ and pfwtaosf , wd Newlao, a 

tatented i»m »s^mM^ to twen Isiliawl irllli 

Ui pqpide- trie is ttiglit 

c^te M^ ow^ IsitMi to* 

, c^ and atoll fta Ittt 

CoMt and in the ifidWeit 



THEY 
HAVE 



l^A ani NewtHt -^amm ^Mtat ablB^ and 
«Kfli las a niassd ippRMMb ttiit SMm Iktiv 
a "w^iKHMd" ^on^raAtm to mm^ Ited ^ 
radio 1^^. Bolb f^ Ml « wnUIr vad U^ 
tel^^ feaci^rouiMl lo ta^ 4teii jptlde 
li^iBien wtth ei^^biM^ and l iiiB&iwtive 
festers, Anvn^ ttmn: nu^ ne«fj^ ipQite, 
hiHnui ii^rei^ ^m^y and teuasr, ^m- 
mimi^ reminds? and wealiiw <lor ttts boat 



PERSONALITY 



w^ rm& Inv- 
1% for y^ Ib 



WBOF 



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€ta^ ^immg mA Jkav Marsh are «i ^feet 
ttttsis <i ^ amks, mm, ireattMr end ^ols on 



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PUBLISHED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 

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mi ACTION NOW UP 



TO CITY COUNCILS' VOTE 



VWGINIA BEACSf-^^in w^k nwy become <m o(^ the 
nMM iaqxMaiit vmiAs for M^ resdrt city since die vmm ^Med 
laiK yetr tfiat Virginu Beadi shcwid mei^ wtth Prints Auw 



wi^r titufltk>n, tte liff»t istue ftwiog die mlai|ed city 
4n» |to ro^er, nay cmm to 



m Md at sdMdi^i ^^^i of 
b^ '1/^V!^ <B^ch Md 0m»' 

1^ J^M water CMBRi^e for 
tte tm Mw cttlM Wwlnesday 
M^i^d Norf(^'s p^s^^ml Ui 
«uri^ «wter to tiie clt^ ft Oe 
(MttUA^ rate fpr Oie ne^ five 

W^ k providing, of ctwrfBt 
tbM ttie <M@ do not «MA>tUi 
their own mter qwleins durisi 
(he S-yMT yeriod md ttuk tli^ 
fNU^Mse te NorMik-owned wa- 
ter lines located irtttiln ^eir 
boun^iriee. 

TBe oomnuttee's acceptarKe 
nwl MW te^iWd by boUi Vir- 
BeMft 4nti CheaeiMeke City 
toetoe tt becomes eMc- 




Vb^ato B@u^ CoNUidl is ached- 
to iMM MuMftr rt 2 pjn. 
ii^ Oi^^aAto to sdi^taM to 
11^ M HHMlqr. tt ii eqwcted 
ttl4 Ite »Bitttttee'i mcmamm - 
#na to eaei^it tte tkyetr <^r 
mA be pram^d to flie c«^:Ui 
M^Mwne^igs. 

idba M. ffa}i^ to ^ flibdivi- 
Um» ^ bive fliffR«d an 18- 
nontb dfoui^M fUBe mgotlAicms 

IVe^jlBt ^meMM.tai a«»pt- 
ed ^ ^P(^al, now tte Ml "i^ 
M yMMt to te dty eoune&. 'V^ 
ttiy Mdorae ll» i»»nnittee'« cte- 
tiUn? PujM^ «o. The »aniH- 
lee ins an^tinl^ % iMft eoun- 
dls to ftnd a sduHai to tlM» wMer 




Ghureii Vtetin 
SacoRil Tfm 



FLAM -— Thieves bfohe into 
tte ^teeep 4jii» Flasi Sifitet 
Onirch l^bNNh^ t^^ fi? tte 
eeeeod tbm ta d^ tiree 

Itte Aif . M^im J. Iftigies, 
peator, laid ^ Mevet i^armt- 
fy ea^md tbe <Aunfli 1^ i^^ing 
4y«i • •#tB(tow bi i/m aiOMiy. 

He MM iHttriiiglMd beMMMi 
be^Me ^erp "wet nttliig bne 
to Mee.'"nie diunft Ims aoC i^ 
^1^ eailt to te iHm^ ^m 
tiie laat rolAa^, he tt^Mtaied. M 
(bat ttiM ^wves malted wltfa 
mM bi m^ ehai«e. 

Ihe pMtoTa atu^ was brolKn 
Md Id f^MhQr iri^a bwi^ry 
«Dd te alittetg Md (baweza 
wwa tiiiwdted. 

Eev. H«4^ Mid ^me wm 
diMt m.4Mttfe to the teUdii^. 



I»videm, whiiA tt ha* d^ie, and 
tt hai^ aeems ^a^i^ thM Oie 
<»QndIi wmM iww dfav^gutf tiie 
committee's desisiMi. 

A<^ordi^ to Maiyor Roy B. 
Maitin Jr. in his letter to the com- 
ntttee, NorfiA City Cknmcil has 
abtwdy «c|tt«a^ wUini^^ to 
eiMer the S*year ^ftMnwnt wMi 
Oe ^^ two (Ate if tti^ aceept 
NeiftAk'e tmm on punfaaae of 
wa^ Unes. 

SKi^ tiM ^HUDJittoe baa aeoeptp 
ed the poK^OMl as pautBieA, k 
wwld indioite Urni <the ooj^ le- 
gaUty atimUng in tbe wiqt of a 
fiMl ^^mamA is nodficatiM 
from Vir^nia IBmcii and Cheaa- 
p^dte Cky CouMdIs (hM they are 
in ac^rd wMh tte tonns of tbe 
coi^(^ and the committee's de- 
dsioii. 

The meetii^s Monday mA 
Tvm^ 4wukl ring the cortain 
down <m tbe <K)]^overaud Mter 
knie and ttrb^ to an end tte 
Mggeatj ^tMem t&dng tiie two 
tarn cUms. 



New Officers 

miG'S QRAm — Charles P. 
SUteMge a hae been elected 
prt^leni of the lOi^s Gtant 
Ootomuatty LM^gue. 

Tlw dectlsn took platt at the 
first ro^ttag of ^ i^ason wtea 
tte ^wp ceiitoaM Ms Hi^ 
bilthdi^ wMi a l^M bafM dte- 
ner. 

Other new otOsxra include 
Chwles W. Taylor, via |««iktot; 
BIra. tenes B. HutchiuKm, )»cre- 
tary; ai^ L. 3, ^mm, tt«aeurer. 
• Uimten of ttie ttoaid of dir^- 
tors ai« Cuiyte lUvenftiaGk, Uoyd 
O^, liugh Saul and Dr. Oata 
L. j^tll Jr. 

T^e lei«i» haa several projects 
UKtew^ a»l ptons mope out- 
Ibied at ^ &8t ineettng. 

fiMtoded hi the proj&!ts are 
beao^^ion of Lal» Forest 
Tmk; tite poeUble formalton of 
m attkrtic league for <mssm in 
file mm; and t f^abiUty ftudy 
on acquiring a larger plot of land 
for 4^ Man eonatrwstion of a 
c(uninun^ ta^oe tmMing. 

icing's Grant ^deits M^rert- 
ed in w<^^ CO owmit^s f odr 
ttwae iffoieeto we ui^ to con- 
ta^A wy of <Im ^ftoers or diz^e- 
toii. 



Classes Still Registering 

VIRtrlNIA BEACH— .Re^taUon is stiH open for the Mon- 
day aq^ Sift BmOm danes mux^ tl» first cisM goi uiMlerway 
Ota wedc. 

Tfc« cla^ art ^k^kx^ ^ tf» LyMAwei U. S. Coast Guanl 
Aujuliary awl are toW ia Ae Vhgteia Electric aaj Vomr Company 
MdKoiton Ii ^k^ Ave. nd ~~- 

ruks (rf 4he ra»i, ^rviption and 
chut wint m m3i as dh^ ae- 
p^ of ^taat to ^ novioe 

Tft» ^^ d^p is 1^ to <xrvw 
Ae fiiHt of s^teMi «id priced 

Th« rauriMi will te cmductol 
kg aAA nM art mmm by ex- 
p<MWeed baatowB of l^ffla-5?, 

Mi^teM^ eM», M. C. J^rttK 
tag. 

T^iM ^^ a ncoiiiM iy @un- 
pMete M^^taf^fwOMi wffl 
e^ tte V* f. OmM ^«d% te^ 



IMt 6t. e^A aimiUtey at 7 JO oa. 
Alfted A. Btomi, Audtey 

■wMUg to iiM^ S^teana 
nay r^t/b» nuA Mraday if ^y 

"Tte £M leeiM im 40MM 
M^ to r ^ i kte i ^a , lo Me 
'i^oMnwrn Mt tumwakiteA too 

C^^ 15 psnooe ifaMnd mi 
y^Ov ^0L The dMMi am ^ 
il^prt to aec^rtMdall il. \ 

'^eaffta wtt MVfr ft^tenn- 
^^ ^ a^ Imm^^ baate an^ 




Joint Water Committee Accepts 
Norfollc's 5-Year Contract Offeif 

By Bob BaUwbi 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Water negotiators from Virginia Beach and Chesapeake ^rc«i Tye^ 
day to accept the prcTx:«al of Norfolk Mayor Roy B. Martin, Jr. to enter a five-year retoU H^mt 
contract. Tht agreement, if approved by the city councils of the three qkies involved, will Wait wa.Ux 
flowing for the first time in 1 8 months to private sub-dimwns in Virginia Beach whidi ha^ b«« 

without Norfolk water during the 



long-staiKling dispute. 

In a letter to Martin from 
Charles B. Cross, chairman of the 
Joint Virginia Beadi-Chesap^ke 
water negotiating committee. 
Cross said his committee agreed 
on the following: 

• That Norfolk wwld extend 
service to new customere on lines 



system at the^^ same rate now 
diarged to existli^ cuatomet. 

• That neifter the City of Vir- 
ginra Beach nor Chesap^e 
wouM establish its own water sg^ 
tem tot a p^od of five ^us. 

• That the two new cities 
agree to purchase at a fair ap- 



be added to the distribution praised price all water distribu- 



Bridge-Tunnel 
On Last Lap 



BAYSIOE — Contmctors expect to span the laM pp in the 
17.6-mile Oiesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel Friday, giving tfic Eastern 
Shore of Virginia a physical link with the rest c4 the state for tJw 
first time in history. 

The "Big D" will lift the last 75-foot spaii of jHtcast oonm^ 
roadway into place near the praij.- 




Ow Coj^ Will Runneth Over (Bolc^ Photo) 



CURTAIN RISES TONIGHT 
ON 'mPr BIRTHDAY' 
IN NCW PLAYHOUSE 



VWGWIA BEACH — 'Wi^py 

Bir(^y" m&m an impropriate 

titte lar tfie ta^ play of ibt LMMe 
Th^ne eeaffm. E^ecM^ so 
sii^e'<te ^y opens toni^ in 
the Ul^ TO^atre's new iKWie ai 
203 imt^ 

Meah&s of <Qw I^e Tb^rtre 
have be^ wo^ng mnce eariy 
sumoMcr, vaio^^mg the old mo- 
vie theatn in tt» Cmirtyard on 
l<7th St. Tlw curtain wUl r^ 
then for ttie fir^ time toni#it sk 
8:30 pjn. 

"Ham^y BirOi^y," a oso^dy 
t^ Aatta Loos, will star Hm Gar- 
tiasm who ^^ lalt >aeeB i^ the 
JEksaeh in ^ Sand^p^ fxrMen- 
tatmi of i&!^|adoon." 

Till A(nr wil run fii% ai^ts: 
Qiree p^on^aas b^aimig to- 
ni^ wA emfing Salttday, md 
two perfoniMac^ tt» iiriloii^ 
Fti^ and Sarturdior. AU p^- 
foriniac^ $ire A 8^. 

The fli^ two ni^its «9e soM 
<mt to near c^w^ ^oord^ to 
ti» ttuei^«*e «aenttro coiwBiittee 
wfw {utKh^ed tte ftit «tow« 

'^e have been ^U^ited.a^ 
grati&d at ^sm fmfome of tbe 
dti^ of Vizi^Bbi BeJMiw'* a^ 
Bill BrM<n, prerident of ttM 
poup. 

l^ot^ fffi-4te seecM siMnr ol 
the season, 'YJhns l^u^ri^" by 
Teni^aee I^Mta, «ffl. be.farid 
Oct M Ja£l 1A at 8 pjn. at fte 
(k>ur^nard TlMsrtre. Tte j^ -vM 

%kA illiiairf»il feiv T m ■■■■ 

ae oveiseB i^ uniy 



with set design by Heitert Har- 
rell. 

"AU those intei«^ed in trying 
out for this ptay sn requ^ed to 
come to the ttieatre sad read f{M: 
tiK parting coamMee," »ys Sam 
Hi^kn, auth% cluirman. 



Johnson In 
Texas City 



HOUSTON, Tex. — Chief 
Ree^s E. Johnson of the Safety 

fiui^u of Virginia peach b 
among vxm 3,000 law enlorce- 
amt executives attendhig tiie 
700} Annual Conference of the 
iDton^onal A^ociation of Chie& 
of Poli<» wUdi will be conduded 
today in Houston. 

D^pites to the 6-day c(mf(T- 
ea^ t^mei^ a nKiabership of 
Baoi« ttan 5,000 from the U. S., 
<^mM and 74 other tne world 

WoiiabopB and senunars on 
HbnOay, TMaday and Wednesday 
Wm0i mt^ pluses of p^ce 
«!Mt, InAl^^ persiffljNl l^tder- 
*^ 4$Pii6BfmmA; juvenile dehn- 
y^y mA youth crime; arre^ 
tem^ .and a^zuoe; civil ri^xts; 
peAdiMI 0(^3((dled-»x%ss and U- 
»um ti^lmmn police md indus^ 
ttd a^ull^ offioss. 



GREAT BOOIS TO 
BE DISCUSSED 

VHWIWHA miA<m—Tbe Great 
Boot^ Discussion Group will get 

U^Mi^ iri: Coun^. Day Sdiool, 
3603 AMaii^ Ave., tonight si. 8 
pjn., to disaiss Virgil's "Aeneid." 



Jt^ Gai^n 
cu^tm. 



wiU lead the dis- 



Hw a^(^on for October 24 is 
St. Thomas Aquinas' "On Man," 
to be led by Mrs. A. E. Lukasik. 

'Inte^rarted p«sons are cord^y 
invited to Mtend. For further in- 
formation, call Mrs. Leo Hoaity, 
GA 8-1066. 



North Chanisl 
is the f I, 

Tidewater - Merritt - Monumd * 
Kiewit to drive the 2,M0 oonci^ 
supporting piles tm tite 12^ o^es 
of tre^. 

On the nrap, the Barto-n Shore 
looks as if it belongs to Mtfyland 
or to Delaware but the citiiens of 
the area are militandy Virginian 
even though, since the fae|faming 
of time, they have be^ owile to 
m^ Richmond, the state i^tai, 
wtthout boai^iing a boat or plane 
or ^umeyii^ ttirou^ WK^ti^* 
state. 

Technically, it wiH ba aavaral 

«AJkattAlk« k^i&kHfc \timm^tiitt' kljBAtaMaK* 

iTMNtiiM BSfoiv vif^BNi mBem 
or anyone aisa can use ^ new 
brMe^nnai; H Is adiaAikKl fo 
be opened fomw% in Itw 
Spring of 1964 
(riacing oT tha final 
bdfaws Miat Hia eraasiim, b^lM 
at a eo^ of mora than $1^r 
000,000 h new en ttw final lap. 
In the final inontte Qie road- 
way will be paved i^tfiih asphalt, 
approach rsuqps wiU be OHopMed 
for t^ two m^l<mg fiuutete that 
go under tl^ bay's two <teepwa- 
ter chann^ and other fini^Ui^ 
touches wiU be applied. 

Immediately after seating the 
la^ span, iUie "Big D" will follow 
two other imusuid pieces of ^%s- 
tle building equiiwient into re- 



The "Two-lta^Mi Mon- 
vseA 
to kvel and c^ the pji& and s^ 
mi»t of the r<Md way deck, already 
have been <finnffltM mA re* 
moved for side. 

The tr^tles are con^Kwed of 
ffians, each 75 f^ in ^uag&i, 
nmdte up of pre^tressed concr^ 
<bek ^nlers. Tliere are four d»^ 
gtecters in a ^mu, eadi girdo- 
we^n^ ^proximaAely 65 toia. 
The Orders are sof^cntod »i 
eMIwr end t^ tiiree hoBow, pre- 
streased con<^^ cylind^ piles 
and a joining oip. Tlie p^, of 
fiv«-indi dieU Ifatekiwss, me four 
and a haU feet in diameter, range 
from 80 to 170 f^ lor^ aoid are 
driv^ securdy into the bottom 
of the t^y. The trestle is BO fed 
above mean low wirter. Abwt 
560,000 cubic yanb of omcrete 
wero used in the con^ruetton of 
the bridgfrtunnd. 

The brid^4unnel, whidi was 
started late in 1960, is a <K>m|^x 
<k tPMtled roadway, two brk^es, 
Iwo tonneis and fcnnr man^iade 
islands. It wlH r^lace the Ut^e 
Creek ferries which have ^rved 
the area since 1933. Wbere the 
ferries took 90 minutes to make 
the crossii^, not couirting waitii^ 
time to board tiie ve^els, the new 
bridg^tumiel can be driven over 
in 30 minutes. 





tton Unes owned by MaMk i^ 
their cities at sudi time as th^ 
establish their own water syMit^. 

Hm agreement was in reply to 
a letter from Martin to 
earlier this week in which 
said th^ Norfolk's City Co 
was willing to enter a five-j 
contract under those condit 

Under the agreement, any na% 
lines in the new cities would l|a 
c(mstfucted by Virginia BeiKrh ir 
Ch^peake witlwut cost to Ner> 
folk. Norfolk would continue fe 
provide ^rvice to its exlstlH 
cu^men in Vii^inia Beach B^ 
(Ni^ and elsewlwre at the pf^ 
eat rates during the fiv^year pe- 
riod 

Nnfolk's offer of a fi«e-^w 
l^oe b^w 36 (xi^per 
pitoH aKwld te0ih% 
tMX^yme* to make up tlw 
coatnct was in marked c^ici^ 
to its nigfanl 25-yev offer mate 
by C^ Mana^r Thonns F. Mii- 
weU in f^lvruary, 19^. Since thrt 
time Norfi^ has dfered to sign 
a 10 tn- IS |!Mtr pad. 



^ bii#aaa No^ik official aad 
tte Jdat «irt»' ccMimnkt^. At that 
tune Vij#riia Beadi and Ch^- 
peri» tiered to imy watw fitm 
Narfttt M a bulk rate erf ^ SMto 
per 1.000 gaOom to redirtiftute 
to ti^ ovm citizens. 

& propom^ the 5-year oan- 
tract, Itbrtin emjd^isiaed tluA atty 
ttira^ aoOM other ^wree. 

Itetm siM C;^ Counctt vm 
wUUag to mixept a shorter tofn 
contract in view of what he 
termed a "long and unfortom^ 
^atemote." 



NO SCHOOL FRIDAY; 
TAKE EDS SKATING 

VIRGINIA BEACai— The Ata» 
B. Sie{»rd Civic Ceirter anneune- 
% a speeM slating period to be 
h^ fnnn 1-4 p.m. this Fridi^ 
when public schools will be doaed 
for a ^^dben' meeting. 



Tbe re^^r weekend 
schedule wffl ato be in effect at 
foUows: 

Priday evenuig— 8-11 pjn. 

Satonky mad J^mday— 1-4 p.m. 



Tragedy Prevaiis In City's Juvenile Court 



BY RUBY JEAN PHILLIPS 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The small room sits behind Munrcipal 
Court in a new wing of what will prc^bly ahvays be known as 
Prinress Anne Court House but is now officially City Hall, out of 
the way of vMsl traffic that {»rad^ in a retenttess stream through 
the boildii^'s halls. Its walls are devoid <A the usual offiix decor 
that attempts -dieerfulness. 

TTiis is the private hearing room of die city's Juvmile and 
Ekmiestk; Relations Court and i* is here that youn^ters must face 
up to their mistakes, whether they be minor or major, and couples, 
too often attempting a solution to marital problems tiiey secretly 
know cannot be solved, seek the advice and ruling of a tiiird, dis- 
iitterested party, in this case Judge L. Travis BratK^. 

The cases that come before this court can be Ixstii irritating 
and heartbreaking. Irritating when parents or married ccHif^es tm 
to ^e their own mistekes; heartbreaking when a diild is <»u^t m 
the tn^ afterm^ of a broken h(Mne or has fa^n mto a misd^d 
tl^ <^nriDu$ly origmated from lack ol parental k>ve, discipline ot 
interest. 

Wbate^T ti^ c$st, there is sadn;^ and emotkxi and usually 
tears as die ancu^ bec^rni^ aware of die enAa rrasMnent and pain 
he Iras Iw^cNi^t upoa himself and th<^ he Uytm. 

^cause d)^e cases necessiwe peivue hearii^ and cfnin^Ung 
due to tte age M- p»$onal problems of die (^euiers, <^ fusion 
oi thk conn is p^hai^ the least f^niliar to A» giaieiBl pi^Uc. 
However, ewry i»rent would gr^tly bei^k from me sesskm in 
this hearing room, tf mily to discover what apaAy, mtsmd^i^aadi^ 
awl iMn^^m. caa ito to* a diild. 



If they could but hear tl^ testinKmy o£ a young boy who 1^ 
been beaten by his stepfather "for tracking mud on his mod^r'a 
clean floor," tiiey would realize die necessity of fair and prcqjw 
disciplinary measures. 

If cmly they could see tli» ai^i^ on a ycwng giri's face as she 
is charged with shoplifting, they would better realize the importamti 
of str^sin^ the wrong in taking other pecf^'s jwopcrty. 

If they could hear a mother sob as a penalty is impc^xl ob 
her teen-age son for misconduct in a public fA&ce, stuely ttey irmM 
be more aware of the need to teach good beh^vicMir. 

If they were to feel the bitter "I-don't-pvc-a-^m" attitn^ 
that dominates the personality of a youth accused oi drunkenn»s 
and disturt>ing the peace, they would know tl»t respect is a nec«- 
sky in rearing a chHd. 

And, perhaps most important, if they could see tt^ h«ut- 
l^sakulg ejects on a chUd involved in a custody battle cm- h^f two 
young brothers openly achnit they stole so diat they would be irf^al 
in a home, away from dieir drui^en mother, they would reriiae ^ 
value of a well-mana^d, love-^iOed iKxn^e. 

I But all parents camot sit in Juvenile and Domestic Rrirttaai 
Court. Nor can ti^y tear die vmdkts, vrtuch »e mott dicn tl 0m 
f(Hm of counseling, fussed (town by Jui%e Brandi. Tl^ ^y wmf 
frnn the id«i that tfaey'wiN e\^- be in tiiat h»rii^ room beca^ 
these things "always baf^n to c^er people . . . <^rteady not to vm 
or our children." But tiv^ thii^ are haj^j^iii^. All avm tte city, 
in every commuoky, uK^nts ait oanuring that i^ end m tiui 
(XHUt Tlie docket bea»^ hmms wary ira^ fh^ ad^ta to_ 
tiRse trag^lMs am ooly «»» torn oae scraree . . ite Imt^ ^^^ 



I 



VirginiQ Beach SUN-llrEWsJlMi^f^ October 10, 1963 

mmmmammmaessss m , ' iii iwii 



BARDLEY 



Qiagcmal Wooi 
^it #if1i brafd 
iitm ^rud a 
ioft, irardigan 
feelin||. 
SUk Ikscot 
iWrt; 




SMlor 



Vanilla 
^ $79.95 

For Ae Weaian Who Caiea WKat She We«r«- 




SfM^amic ^ve. 



Virginia Beadi 



AUXILIARY LADiES 
WILL ENTERTAIN 

VmOW-IA BEACH — TTk La- 
dles AuiJliary to ^ Virginia 
h&^ Fire Depu^paenA wiU eo- 
tMtain tin (%^Mpe»k» Depart* 
Aent's AuxiliaTy M i meeimf 
'hiesfky ni^t. 

A demoortration on liquid em- 
broideiy will be given. 

1>!aiu for tiie annual Hslloween 
contest idll l>e dteihisted. The 
evert wffl be held ai the Alan B. 
^epard Civic Center for children 
ov^ <me y^u* cS age. 



Fashion Show Scheduleil MBit 



Use SUN-NEWS Classified Ads 



FIRST STOP 
ON THE WAY 
TO SCHOOL 




Bade to mIiopI M clolfiM «!• 
TiaiiB Mv ffMn and neit. 

3iit K^ieaneri 
n% Latkin Road 

Oppofito Colonial Store, 

GA 8-2801 




TO THE m m^ 

...AND THE ClUSEirS!'* 

Servix^ your coini^^ baskuig i^eds, 
pteasantly and with fri^dly interest, k 
our cx>n6tant aim. We belif^e btoking 
^re wfll i^ut y(m to a"^** C^ioe in often 
Asd see wliat we mem. 



OFFimNG ALL BANKING ^RVICESs 



A^mntB 



• Night Dqxxitcwy 

• Aiito Loans 

• Christmas Qub 



• Safe Deposit Boxes 

(At Va. B^ch and Aragona 

ofilces) 



AMPLE CAPITAL 



AMPLE LENDING LIMIT 




B4NK of Virginia Bejach 




pM^k Avmmm at isMn R<^ Naval Air Statton -Oceana 

I W ^ Av^noe USFAAWrc - Dam Nedc 

3333 Vi^hltt Beac*! Blvd. at Princess Anrie Waza 

2at% V^t^r^b Boad at Robbins d>rner 

4920 Vir9JnMftadi0lvd. at Aragc^a Vitl^ 

mm^^x^ teoD^ ^Af, 9 AM. to 1 V,M^ftmy mem^a -4^7 P.M. 



Henry Wonum's Oub ivfU i»i^rat 
a FaMiion Siow Md Ovd VW^, 
"Cape Henri' A La tkiU", te 
Oetobnr ITtii, 12:90 f ta. at 4|w 
Qtvilier Hotel, fttxsayb wiH lit 
for the Virgfm Bm^ fien^ 
HoapMal. 

IWikMM vlM bt ahom ^ 
Moctes bMeraiitknal and Fli» 6y 
Lowenthal. Fiwinwar will be l^ 
CioldnMui'i md tke staging ^ 
Willis Wayside. 

TTie following lad^ win mod- 
el; ^^. John K. Miller, Mrs. ISTd- 
ter Mason, Mrs. R. L. (knmA- 
man, Mrs. J<»eph Muidra, lbs. 
James W. Svaos, Mis. J. L. StrcAe, 
Jr., M». WMim P. K^un, Mt^. 
A. C. Claris Jr., Mrs. Boy Ivey 
and Miss H<^ CrMofMulos. Also 
Mrs. ffte* O. ^ta^B, lbs 
IVny IBidtf. IM'Mt Kflite 
a»l Miss iOfl^bad Atewn^: 

A rnmdi ttmie «n be fol- 
lowed te<o^|iM MMt abow and 
tdEky pM "in be the RmA 
IkbM. i^ tiiimm mam; Met 
MeeUn, 1^ ^e OMt^>otfoi 
and ^m Qw*#^ hf <^a# 
Keeie, BioMa Wfter wd Jo- 
aMe 1^. 

<^ii«lbi, A fsmOi Poodfe, 
wffl 4M^lAi iaikwU In ^ shdw. 



wU be ^ oMMt kietoiH «to you 

A Hula daooe wiS be vna&alM 
by Mn. IRos Counts 

Mrs. N^ie Brvan wm oe tti 
oo ri SBpe nfa i t br aiki tadHc w^ bl 
by 11%^ J- StelnlMfta- and Mr. 



Tkteii ai« tfvaUiAde fttim any 
cteb mmoBbet 3aA mil be (m i^e 
at ttie 4wt. ' 

ifrs. Oeozfe Webber is Outa^ 
man and Mrs. John P. Pulioer, 



LYNUUVEN CeLMY 
CLUB HAS MEETING 

i!yNNHAV#I'— Wt LvM- 
baven Oc^^ Gvdra C^ Md 
8 IwicH^»B ne^^iui ^msk at 
^ Iwfttte of Mts. J. it. 0*b, 
2213 ^rfWi Road, wift to- 
G^xfe Ccmhm « mn^msb. 

Am «^ «^ te a *H&Aa- 
nu^ IMHIiiy mmcT to Ue%m 
sA Ae horn of Mbrs. H. L. B»ni- 
tm, 221« eid@^ Road. IM Me 
1^ be taumaK»d liM-. 

fw Cto^M "wMiiet ^Ite. 



ENCACEA^ENTS 



COLMHAN-SAI^OUR 



W«ia, 
neuBc 



To hWo AN Yow 




FOR . . . 



Tallys 



Ca^ls 



Ail Gcx'en Bridge Tips 
Prizes, Be. 



MM Altariic Ave 
* GA8.3451 



304 UhUi Bond 
GA84S^ 



HtK^ . 



TRAYLOR OPTICAL Ca 

Virgiriia Beach's (my 
OUfLO OPTICIAN 

1369 laskin Road, Professional Bldg. 

VIRGINIA BEACH, yA. 

GA 8-4020 




iiiiilii 



^Ui Hci|lw»^^^» 



^WeTTDecorate Tour Uea" - Unusual 

Ain. Moore's Bakery 

NEXT TO BE-LO SUPER MARKET 
90TH $T. VIFKitNIA BCAGH GA 6-5^1 



^ — |£r. and Mrs. 
ii Col«m«n M- 

II, vj BMiiii^* ibodtta vHUHr< 

Mr. fiiyyfmir is tte aon <Mf Mr. 
aod 1^. MAttd WiAa(% Biikm 
of Samamb, Ga., ioniw)^ of 
Fmms, Va. 

Mm Csknan to a smta^e of 

ree^rad an A.B. ^gtm in a^- 
#^y «id'< conwnic a. 'B^ brldi 
diM is M^ployM by ttw Rock 
iK^i^e 0li^ ptiKKds. 

Mr. Bdimr li tiie j^dMnr erf 
Mr. ami Mrs. Chaxtot T. Balfmir 
of Vi!|^ Beacii «k1 Mrs. AUred 
Dean of Norlolk. «c fndualed 
from Waahtefton and Lee Uni- 
versity, wbere be was viceiae^ 
dent of Sifma PtU Bpaiko aocial 
fnrtemUy and a troa li ifta n doAni- 
toty counselor for two years. Ife 
is atteodiRg WaafaingtoD and Lm 
Law School where be ia « nenb^ 
of Phi Alpha D^ta Segal ftatarn- 
My. 

is 



A Deeeaber 

planaed. 



\^RG>^ BEAOl - Mr. and 
Mrs. James L. Gray aanouhce the 
engagement of «Mr 4lucMer, 
Hte GteDda Carfi^ «hiv. to 
lames H. Jones Jr. 

Mr. Jems » te son el Mr. and 
1^ ^■Has M. ^m "^^f^eear 




Gn^ is a gotaale of 
n»M» Ame Hi^ ^b&^. She 
is y gif a d Iff <&e ^ak el Vir- 

Mr. JwM to ee^l^<^ ^ tlM 
Shell OMOo. 

The wed4ing widl lake l^ace 
Dec. 29 in UmAbu ert^Hap- 
ttotChuidi. 

PROUDPOOT — KETTEKCR 

PiriBBMRGH. Pa. - Mr. and 
Mn. -Joaiitfk ». Pmidfoot, «I of 
fWtMfii, Pa., foatneriy ef fink- 
hioom flPak, VirginU fieadi, have 
aoDoiBMd <iie betrotiiat «K#eir 
disgMtt. sSa tliiiiu FnMlJbot, 
to l/l/t. Kenneth Omfcs'lSdter- 
er, United SMea Air fM»- 

Miss ffnndMI to a stwfait at 
lijiiiverAy'of P t ttrt jili ^ tt the 
MM "of Sdueaftkm. 9l«r 'fiance 
MWi of Mr. and m*. fid«ard 
T. tsmera of mto^, n. A 
graduate of U&rventty ef rltts- 
Dorgh, he is ^currently serving 

'^ 60Ut tSMItied Odiitro] 

he«r Fnaddtni Ger- 
many. 

jDecember afth baa hatn se- 
lected for tiw nuptial ettMiany. 






IfeMM D. ^iKsQB of I<Mr<A ai^ 
tte brte M-. '^mtam. 

Miss (PoKaer to the dMghto- 
of the late Mr. Forther ef B.. 

The iiira4<tlii£ will taN ^^ 
Nov. 16 te nrst Methodiat OtoA. 




VIRGINIA BEACH— Mrs. Ben 
Cbork Fortner anawunces the en- 
g^ement <i|^ her daughter, Mi^ 
Jo ¥aftim, to Wil- 

to the mi tf Wa. 



Marcella 





214) 23rd STRIET . . . VIReiNIA |iAeH 
Pbeae 42^f313 <— Mm^ M» ^eae erders offer 11:99 tun. 



frofltf freasfe^ lAII 5lf$i 



Teader Laaa CaM 



TURKiYS iTEAKS 

95* 



.B 47" 

l«Md 6 HolM Itmmp 



tb. 
BoMl^a Pot 



MIST BEEF ROAST BEEF 



lb. 



79* 






bins 


GILU COFFIP 

i-ib. B«9 



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^ vmomA m^cH ~ iir. »^ 

Mrs. Garland Stnwhawi of <^w^ 
announce the e n gag ament <d ttto 
daughter, Mtoa fietty Mae ^mr- 
hand, to Uaoe Opl. (ftsw tee 
McClain, USMC of Canvtiq«M», 
N. C. 

mc, M(^al& to <tie am (rf Mr. 
and Mrs. CenHiel McClaio Jr. of 
Hickory. 

lOts Stntwhand to a graduate 
of Princess Anne H^ Schod. 
@ie to ertploM^ *y WynM* 
Wri^ Motor Ctep. to ifaffflBE. 

A November weddh^ to 
pljUQne<|. 

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Tiimt, N. C— Mr. and M«. 
T, O. Ad)dl animmee tte e)- 
p^wwiwit of timr dau^ter. Ml» 
Jacqutiine Hunter^ Asb^ of '\^- 
gfa^ Be&ch. 

afr. Jordan to the son of lbs. 
Stefia J«dan of Virginia Beadi 
and (be late flowed A. Jonton. 

Ilie wedding vM taiu plMe 
Dec. ae to Baltosl'e Bridge Bap- 
tist Clwrch to fymit 

Mte A^idl grwiuaAed firom 
axmwi Ifi^ SdKMl ta tV^c^r 
md frmn J^at Canflii» CoOe^, 
(^leesmlle, wtere i^ wm> a m^n- 
b^ of ^p3a Pi AkftoA, honorary 
i<s&S/k tongua^ fi^eraity. &k 
to a mm&m of Hk duality of 
T^dto Iten^itary School, Vi^ 
gtoU Beadi. 

Mr. Jordan graduated from Dr. 
W. t. Grigp Hi^ School to Pop- 
lar BraiKb, eid Aram CtoetocM 
Cdle^ <rf Itab^ming, Candffliati. 
He to a metober of PI Sgma vm, 
natfamal m(a<ician's &at«iuty. He 
to a mortfa^ton at Ma^i^ Riiwral 
Home, Virgil Beach. 

HOOGES--ALORIDGE 

OHBSAfDiyKE-Mf. awl Mrs. 
Jo^>h %. Hodges anwwmce the 
engagen»nt of thor dau^it^, 
BOSS Kathryn Geneweve Ho^es, 
to caman Clay AMridge of Knotts 
Mand, N. C. 

Mr. Aldii<^e to the 8<hi of Mr. 
and Mrs. C. Clay Aldrktee of Mi* 

ami, Fto. 

1^ weddtog wffl t»e place 
Jan. 25 to St. Jfa^ews Cathdk: 

Min Hoctees graduated from 
Maory la^ Sctael w»d attended 
CMd OflWWwi CaOege and Ito. 
Jotiaacm's ^mae» School. She to 
empll^ by Norfolk ShipSmild- 
ing «d Drydock Corp. 

Mr iyUiMge graduiAed from 
dark' SwnmttrAlMKngton H^ 
aaiool to Pem^lwito and from 
the ttBvarnty of Mton^, MJanu, 
lla. He to enphved hy «» ^e- 
Motnent of ^ M0AQst, U. S. 
Srvemment Fish and Wa<flife 
Service aiid to refu^ meager of 
Maokqr toteid, N. C. ^ 

MOEf^-HARRELI. 

V1BG1MA MSAOH — Ifr. awi 
Bbs. Jesse C. Ifoel announce Jte 
a^H^moA of toeir ^i^«er, 
Mtoa S»ion Rose Noel, to imies 
Haay HaiwH, USN. 

<ilr. itarrei to flie son of Mr. 
and Mra. Hamy THomas HaneH 
of Vir^ Beach. 

The -weAtog wHI take pJaoe 
Nov. 30 to St. J<to'8 Metthodist 
CbBrdL 

Ifiss No^ to a graduate of Pnn- 
cess Aime ifi#i Sdtool ami Nor- 
foUc 0>Bege. ^le to en^loyed by 
M^nd ReveoMK Ser^ee. 

m. Hanrell ^o to a g^v^e 
of fttoeen itoweHif^ SfAsd asui 
to tm^ag <^ Onpnion Col- 



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Cdb^br twt Thurtday, OrMamr ^ 

111 l^lw» r. 

TlBOT., ^ 1ft— li:w &m.^ 

thM Gm CaM, Stiimpy Late;l 
§M aA» SMJod Claaaes Ladi 
Diy <^ l^^te Beach 
mt, CtmrOii t*0 pto., W 
Certral "Y" Card Party and 
m m^, ftms invited; 7:0®! 
pm., ^^^ 1^ TniniDi Glass,# 
Liriiwni Pk. Stepping Center.;.^ 
' WtOsff Ort. 11—10:00 ajn., A 
Thiid Bovrtii^ Oaaa, Rinaldi 
za Bowl; 10:09 ajn., Third Gol 
Ctos, i^^aiA links; 8:00 P-m.^ 
Ml D«Ktog Clasa, American Le^ 

Sihday, Oet. 13 — Beginmn^ 
NattMid Y-Teen Roll Call WeekM 

Moi^y, Oct. 14—10:30 am» 
ll:^ am., Se^«l Ladies Swim-'!' 
!^ Oma^ Oavalier Pool. Ilrs.-; 
Wud Cote, M«ctor; iHO and \. 
4:00 pjn., Second Children's - 
Sfdmmtog Oas^ Cavalier Pool, 
Mia. Ward C<^, Directs; 6:00 
pin., -tth Svew^ Co«! Oases, , 
First fte^byterian Church. 

Tu^day, Ck*. 15—9:30 a.m., 
lUrd Ijadtos Oay Out Qaa^ 
Km^^m ^unanuel i^toajpal- 
Canurdi; S:W psa., Pitaces Anne 
Htfi SdMKd Y-T%@i Meeting, 

Weteaacto^, 0<*. 16-^:30 tm^ 
4tii Ladtoe Day OiA Ckuoes, iMQTf, 
side Ontotton t3iurch; 1:30 p.m., 
Book Revtow -by Katiilem Ober, , 
Rrat PreAyterhn <»u«h; 1^ 
mi BM pjn.. Lad^ 5«^Daidi« 
C3afla» and '^lu^msUzed Swim<. 
0^^ im Ladies 12 y«trs md 
over, Cavriier PooL 

New iteces on the administra- 
tive bond of the Y. thu fall: 

Mrs. P. f^jreher Greffi— Bfcm- 
ber of Giditoe I^e^k<^ Church, 
AH Sainto dKie, Junior Viiginm. 
Bea<^ Garden Club, Bay Colony 
Gnrim Club, Co<Jhan^an of the 
Ladies Bsy out Nu«ery. 

Mrs. C. M. Rittnian — Gent 
Methodtot Church, s H ^ aNng' 
aMoAer of ^m SMxipflmtot Chib 
of Norfott and Vlf^ito Beach, 
p«^ Reeffdii^ SeCT^ary of the > 
SoropltouA Club, Chairman of tiie 
Service Objective Cwnto^e, 
me^er ot the finance and nom-'V 
inatii^g ramnnlfttees of the YWCA, • 

Ma, 9mom Si^— Mtobff of 
Eastern more <m^ OisMtf 
<rf Chrtotton Education, owner un- 
til Jtu» of Capt. Jtai's faults, 
n»n*er of the Americ^i Associ- 
ation <d Unrwrslty WiWien. 

lirs. E. L. Marchafrt— ^mOTiber 
of tiie PneftQrterian Church, Red 
Qross. W^anana CliA, and YWCA. 

Mrs. Daniel T. RussUffl"— Mem- 
ber of Wie Amtor Leagie of N<»- 
f^ Galilee I^Oacopal Churdi, 
^utic Ktop D«]#rter Circle. 

Mrs. &un Mascm— 'l^tei^r of 
G^sdilM ^to^M^ Ohurdi, Cmm 
So<^, hati^e pttl |w*UB(t 
of &e dyhandc Juid<ff Wonted 
CM). 

For wy <rf ym who are i^^- 
Mfted to CM World needleoraft, 
ptoue do stop by Mra. Ateki S^- 
ton's diss any tliursday between 
12:30 «id 2:30, at ttie Virgta^h 
Beach MetlMxiM Ontfch. 

BIRTHS 

Mr. Md Ifrs. CflsydMi Men^ 
Baylor Jr. of Vii^into Beach an- 
nouiM^ 43» birth of lh@r ae^nd 
daughter, Kindberly Ame. M OA. 
2 to Nox^ik GfDend Ifo^tal. 
Mra. Ba^lgr to ^ I^bmt I^ 
&ndra Lfiie Sadl^, dai^ter <^ 
Mr. and Mrs. Jun^ P. &^r <rf 
Omt iMk Road, Viigink Beach. 
ib. Bt^ha to tiie son <^ Mra. 
IfayvrFtfttung F(#er of Virgima 
Beach and the late OnydMi Mer- 
eer Bayte of Norfolk. 






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SHOPS FOR THE LADIIp AND THEIR DAUpkrERS 

IN SPORTSWEAR WE NOW HAVE a' COMPLETE 

SPLKTION. 

PcrlB, cuhttes and u^ap skirts in all lengths. Co-ordimtted 
and'lyei to maPth sweaters and Mrts. Stretch and regu- 
lar slacks attd lounge wear fof th$ holidays plus 3 piect 
sportmmr ensetHblei. 



New fWCA J^ffd Memkrs 




Five new bowd memtows ai Hkj Virginia B^di Branch of YWCA were introduced Mon- 
^y at • meeting of the board at the Basfk of Virginia Beach. Pfctured are (left to right) standing, 
Mn. C. M. Rittman, program planning; Mrs. Sam Mason, world fellowship; and Mrs. P. lecher 
Ure|^ volunteer coordinator; s^ted, Mrs. E. L. Marchtmt, building; md M». Jwies P. S»Uer, 
(mbUc retatk»». (Phillips FfKrto) 



Personal Mention 



CafM. and Mrs. S. D. Wright 
oC ArliiKton ^nt several days 
1^ week as the guests of Cmdr. 
ami Mrs. H. L. Walsh at their 
bmne in Bay Odony. 

Mr. and Mra. S9i«fwood Chum 
of Petersburg will spend this 
weekend as the guests c^ Mr. aiui 
Mrs. P. H. Allen at their home 
en Pinewood Road. Mir. and Mrs. 
Chum will be among the oM-o(- 
town gu^ts att^ii^ the wed* 
ding of Miss Ste^anie Margret 
Seeiinger and fhe Rev. Maom B. 
Walton on Saturday aftomxm at 
GalUee Episcopal Church. * 



Mrs. E^T Trant and Mrs. 
Henry Bowden Ittve returned to 
their hcrnies after spending some 
time visiting relatives in Elmira, 
N. Y. 



'#!r. and Mrs. Joseph E. Bill 
have returned to their hemic in 
Winnetka, III, alter spending 
sevMftl da^ at the Princess Anne 
Country Club. i 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Carlson 
and their daughter, Catherine, 
spent last we«dcend visiting Mrs. 
Carlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Stephen Doyle at their home in 
Petersbuiig. 



The Misses Betty and Francis 
Vann of Raliegh, N. C, spent iufi: 
weekend with their brother- 
law and sister, Mr. and 
Geoife Gilliam (m 53rd. St 



Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Maclta 
of Petersburg will arrive 
to spend the weekend with 
and Mrs. J. Tyler EUis: Mr 
Mrs. Maclin will attend the- 

GLAMOUR 



ding of Miss ^ephanie Seeiinger 
and the Rev. Macon Walton on 
Saturday aftemocm. . 



Mrs. K. C. Robinson is visking 
her soB-in-law and daughter, Mr. 
and Mrs. D. Cameron Lacy, Jr., 
at their h<me in Richmond. 



Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dresden 
and Mr. and Mrs. Ross White, of 
Phileddphia, will arrive Friday 
to spend sevtral days at the 
Princess Anne Oub. 



Mrs. Blvin Oomwell of Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla., and Norfolk, is 
spending several days with her 
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and 
Mra. J. Peter Hdland, Jr., at 
their hmne on 5 3rd. St. 



Adm. and Mrs. R. O. Glover 
of RichmcHid will arrive Tuesday 
to spend a week at The Mariner 
on 59th a. 



Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald 
and their son-in-law and daugh- 
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Evans Bras- 
field, all of Petersburg, will spend 
this weekend as the guests of 
Mrs. B. K. Linderman at her 
hcmie on Holly Road. 



Mr. and airs. Floyd Smith of 
Raleigh, N. C. were the guesrts 
^us past weekend of his brother, 

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added flattery.. . . Priced from 12.95 

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FALL RUSH PARTY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Tlie An- 
nual fall rush party of &ta Sig- 
ma Fhi, Alpha Rho Chapto* wiH 
he iield Saturday at Tum Inn Res- 
taunml. 

The party stante at 8:30 pjn. 
with a fall and Hallow^n motif 
as background. A Cold iwiffet 
•iqjper will be sn^ed. 

■file new nishees for this j^ar 
are, Mra. ILeroy Durdin, Mra. John 
Flowera, Mn. Tom Hiemdi, Mra. 
George D. Johnson, and Mra. 
Carl Swertseger. 

There are atoo five new tnus- 
ferees who wil be guests: Mra. 
James Armstrong, Mrs. Daryl 
HaU, Mra. Jack Salvant, l^ss Jan- 
ice Weaver, and Mra. James 
White. 



D. A. R. CHAPTER 
SETS CDEST DAY 

PRINOBSS AIN!N!E— The Prin- 
cess Anne Ck)unty Chapter of ti» 
D.Ail. will h(dd its Guest Day 
Tea Saturd^ at the l^iatem 
Shore €%apd, London Bridge. 

I>r. W. G. Whitehurst of the 
OW Dominion College facutty will 
be ^test speaker. 



18th ANM/IL ROSE SHOW 
TO BE HELO SAT.^UN. 

NORP(XK— TTjc Tstewa^ Rc»e Society .will jmseirt its 
Eighteenth Annual R«»e 9mm October 12-13 in the Administration 
Building of the Norfolk BotamM Gtetkns. 

The Tlieme dt the ^Km *TTie Ra»-Our Hwitage of ^auty" 
will feature not only Artistk; Divisicm and Horticuliure Displays but 
^wml di^d^ by. fm^^ 



Heutte and hte stoff wifl be Aown 
in tiw Rotunda of the Adminutra- 
tion Building. 

This is toe flrs* ft>w« Aow to 
be held at the Gladys uid 
shouM be <4 iviasKak to the ^ 
eral public of all i^es. 

There will be a i^^sal edu<»- 
tional pn^ram under tiie dinec- 
tion of Fred D. Wdlace, i»u<a- 
tlomd Chainnan, lechires and 
<temonstrations on the horticul- 
ture (rf rosM, on &mday, October 
l»h, between the houra of 2 to 4. 

Topics to be discui^ed win be 
"Selecting of Roses for Planting 
in tte Tidewater Area by E, D. 
DuTOl; "FaU Planting vs. Spri3ig 
Parting" by Dr. M. I. Krischer; 
"Proper Soil Conditions and '^F«-- 
tllization of Roses" by Claries 
IHirrisi; "Proper Pruning of Itos- 
es" wffl be deiBonitrated by Wit 
liun B. Harrison; and "Inseottr 
(^et and Pesticides" will be dl»- 
cussed by Ch»'les 0. 'RimlMiQ, 
Jr. 

llie snow will be open to tfie 
public on Saturitey from 3 to 6 
p.m. and on Sunday tmm 10 ajn. 
Ui 6 p.m. 

Admission — Adults % ceetba, 
children 25 cents, and (12 and 
under accompanied by aduK— 
Free.). 

All amateur rose growera are 
digible to ei^r their b^ spm- 



nnns m the &»e Stnuw. £ntri« 
liiay be taken to the Administra- 
tkm Building from 8 a.m. to 11 
iM. on Saturday, October 12, the 
tast di^ of toe :^ow. 

Garden Oub membera in the 
\%^ma Beadi area interested in 
entering the Artistic Division, 
may register by calling Mrs. E. D. 
DuviO— MA 5-5069 and Mra. W.B. 
Barren, JU«-1929 for schedule 
and further information. 



Weddings 

»4ARPE— GILLENWATER 

PORTSMOUTH— Mr. and Mra. 
Z. Vance SHarpe announce the 
marriage of toeir daughter, Miss 
Sue Sterpe of Virginia Beach, to 
Lt. (j.g.) Edwin Cline GiUenwater, 
O^. "Hie double ring ceremony 
ma performed Sunday, Sept. 29 
at 5 p.m. by toe Rev. Josej^ S. 
Wteeman in First Baptist Church, 
C^ttnden County, N. C. 

lA. Gilknwater is the son of 
Mr. and Mra. Darwin Edgar GiU- 
enwater of St Paul. 

llie bride was given in mar- 
riage by her father. Mrs. Craig B. 
BrigU of New York, sister of toe 
bride, was matron of |ionor. 

Lt. <j.g.) David Rademacher was 
best man. 



VIRGINIA BEACH 



SIAFING 

Your hair and ilB slbyJe is ytMir fxnnt of beailtJy! You can cfmnge 
yotd- dress to «ift yoii^r mood, but your halntyle is cut r^t in. It 
must be flattertng to you as an IndividiKd and versatile enough to 
compliment every change in your busy life. That's a real diall^ige and 
'tfK Tcasoa we're in the beuity ibunness . .. to sent you! 

STYLISTS 
MRS. TERRY MRS. REED 

MRS. BROWDER MR. VINCENT 

We are proud to announce toat Mr. Vmcent has recently 
j^ed our staff of experts. 

ZJa^lor tSur^AA J4aii^i^iinf »^>alonA 

LASKIN ROAD, VIRGINU BEACH Phone GA 8-3191 
OUR NORF(H.K LOCATION 
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JOB RESUME'S 
Positions At All Uvols 

vdu. JOB SEARCH 



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PROPOSITION 



On the oootnry, it is a ban! headed procoB at Vimmim, B viha t fao . 
RatiONUty and Timii« tor the Po^on You Want Ow actloa pto- 
§twm fa aa i0tmtiteii fnocess: the sune ste|» ttat ooaipmiit* «e kt 
mulceting. A oc e krfcte your job inogrem by eaiag a ^xdeHtoud. territst 
liiatt brfogs satMM4ioti. 

We pcdcace your abiUti^ for Ha ultimaite ranlt of gcMnt a mmih- 
wUile {KSMtkMi of jnour t^irioe. 

pClAL ATTENTION TO SERVICE PERSONNEL 
RETIRED OR ABOUT TO RETIRE 

IF YCHJ are tenom about ycwr ittuitioii, operienoe Aon^ tl»lt we 
iMve ateined mcelleat r^ults. 



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NATIONWIDE EXECUTIVE SURVEY 



WetWfci V& IMM 




A GLASSFUL OF RESPONSIBILITY FROM SEALTEST! 



Probably our la^eM reaponsibUity in today's 
world is the care of our childr^i. Sealte^ 
recogni^ thu responsibility and is dedicated 
to {idfilUng it! 

Seah^ enrcket every modem quality 
cmitrol to aMure your farhily of the finest 
miUc Trained personnel, working with the 
most modern equipment, test and retest 
Sealtert for purity, qualky and foshaas. 
ITiat's why every glaasful of Seahert Milk 
fulfills this Seattot resptmsibility to you. 



fBW FiMaV DESERVES THE KH 
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Juniors Will 
Hear Singletary 

TOMJA— The regular monthly 
meeting of the Ct^ier Jr. Wom- 
an's Oub will be hdd *t Thalia 
Methodist Church toni^t at 8 
pjn. 

Gueit qiedcer for the evHiing 
win he Junes D. Singletary. Jr. 
His talk "Parents of Adequate, 
Children" will brmg out the need 
of parents to Mek guidance in di- 
recting their children in the de- 
v^jpment of their personalities. 

Mr. Singletary is the executive 
director of the Norfolk Council 
on Alcoholian, of the Tidewater 
Association of Mental Health, and 
of ttie Tidewater Cancer Society. 
He is a graduate of William and 
Mary College and of Union Theo- 
log^ Seminyy in Richmond, 
and of Richmond Professional In- 
^ttite. He attended the Univer- 
se of Olinois and Columbia Uni- 
versty. He is a clergyman and 
holds a Masters Degree in Voca- 
tional R^u^ilitation counciling. 

It is hoped that no men^r will 
miiK Urn fine talk. 

Ilie main busiiwss of the eve- 
ning •wSl be Co elect delegates to 
the Tidewater District Meeting of 
the Virginia Federation of Wom- 
en's Clubs which will he held in 
WfllianHflwirg on October 16. 

Because men^rs of Jr. Wom- 
en's Clubs graduate each year, 
new members are always wel- 
come. Anyone interested in join- 
ing with the Cavalier Jr. Woman's 
Club in their various community 
projects, please contact Mrs. Wal- 
ter H. Harper, 140 North Pine 
Tree Drive in Thalia. 



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THE vmCINIA BEACH S^gN-NEWS 

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$m PMifIc AvMMw VirfHnfo ttach, Vir9inia 



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HMTOWAUY SWtWNO 

Much Is At Stake 

The Securities and Exchange Commis- 100 per cent effective in eliminating ©very 

slon's nev^ly-issued report on the workings debatabte action, whether major or minw. 



of ^» stock markets should not, in the 
woHfe of that agency's chairman, ". . . im- 
pair public confidence In the securities 
markets. ..." 

Tnose are pleasant words. But this report 



without producing inertia, lack of .enter- 
prise and, very likely, lack of responsive- 
ness to changing cohditlons. This Is true as 
a generality and It is certainly "true of regu- 
lation of securities markets. As the New 



(whfch runs to 2,100 pages) many of them Ydrk Times observes, in a very moderately 
dealing with extremely ^chnical matters) worded editorial, 'The report is primarily 
is critical of some long-established stock motivated by the laudable desire of pro- 
market procedures and practices. A number tecting the public; but the eronomy— and 
of ^ recommenctatlons, should they be the public— is best served by a liquid and 
followed, would result in sigriificant responsive mark^ which requires a certain 
changes in Institution^ which serve some degree of speculative activity and a wide 
17 fliillion Investors and which, over the variety of competition. On this scwe there 
yea^, have made an excellent record In is some question that the study takes full 
InitlitJng refcwns. account of what makes the market tick." 
one object to r^Mlalpms needed to Much Is at stake here— for that "liquid 

and responsive" market of which the Times 
speaks is essential to the stimulated indus- 
trial investment we all want. 



curliabuses. If rksw ones are now in dtder, 
the# should be imposed. But there is cer- 
tainly realen to doubt if relation can Jbe 



|t^f A Bargailn 



It certainly won't surprise anyone to be higher exploration and drilling costs, higher 

tol4that the prices of just about everything prices all along the long line from well to 

we buy and use have increased in the last retail outlet. But it has found ways and 

lOjpars. Specifically, general commodity means to offset those increases, and to pass 

^ »yy by an average of 1 3.1 per rent savings on to the tens of millions of Ameri- 

in tfw^W yiafs ^dlng In 1962. can gasoline consumers. 

But there are exceptions to the trend. It also speaks volumes for oil's competi- 

GaMMine, which jiH-actically everyone uses tiventess. Every element in the industry, 

every day, is one of them. The average right down to a small town service station, 

lervjcsi station j>rl<» for a gallon of regular competes for business and customer favor 

gasoline Excluding taxes. Over whidh no every day of its life. And the competition 

^e in rtje oil business has any control) was is not limited to price. Quality and service 

4.3 per rent less in 1962 than It was 10 are major competitive weapons too. 

years before. ft's often said that gasoline is a bargain. 

This speaks \ralumes for the efficiency of The statistics prove it. 
the industry. It mtjst pay higher wages^ 



^pnW OOraMTKIN OF "BANK OF VIRGINU BEAOT of Vii^ 
ii^ llMi« ftittt Maieaf Vui^afai at tte efcice of hmbttm on Sept. 3«, tm. 
, r. . \ . Assira 

J. CaA, habmcm wWj <Ml»r twain, and cub itom in 

ptjfew lit cMes&m -^ . 3,201,25»9.55 



3. 
4. 



U^ed ftaiet Oovctanert lAUgntioi^ tMxtct and guar- 

aataM _ _ 

CNiiiiatJoni of SUtes and political aibdiidw^ 



Other bond*, nous, and debflrttore* (m:ludB^ S10a420.0O 
stxoxitiet of FederaJ agandes and ootp&mtimm acA 

giKuaatoad by U.SO 

LoaM and diacouxaba (inchnUnv |104.30 ovcnbiMs) 
»aak pmniiea owDed $279^.25. fauauat aad 
tant $106,900.94 



10,207,649.69 
2,049,923.85 



fix- 



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100,420.00 
5.724.536.14 

386,1 15.«> 



II. 



12. TOf AL A^TS 



93,729.0P 
21.763.673.72 



13. 

14. 

15. 
16. 

i7. 

18. 
»9. 



23. 



coipoMloat 



LUMums 

of iiKMviduys, initnadiips, and 



Twae w^^wtafs dqwdts of ialividuala, ftwtaers^, 

^uOIN|IMprinBt — i. , 

D^mM 11 UaJted Sbsba Gov«ra^Biit 

DefMHi ctf Smtm and pditeal ti^^aom 
of * 



CertMed ud oOksn' dwcks. etc - 

TOTAL MWStrs 

(a).TrtBl tbnraid defnstts 

(b) T(ri«l 'Ume »id aavines dmo^ 
OOier liablttiea — * ___L 



.$20,274,764.64 
-115.990,534.63 
-$ 4,284,230.01 



9.110,733.13 

2,8^,308.09 
547,413.29 

7,554,061.81 
50,000.00 
174,248.32 



24. TOTAL LIABILITIES 



154,036.63 
20,428,801.27 



„ ^ CAPITAL ACCOUTfre 

25. CapK^: (a) OwnitKMi stock, tetol par vaJiie $480,000.00 

26. &iiplu8 . . . 

17. Uodi^ded piofita — — . \^ . 

p. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ^-^^ '■__' 



480.000.00 
670,000.00 
184,8n.45 

1.334.872.45 
10. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPFTAL ACCOUNTS- 21.763,673.72 



II. 



12. 



M^oiuraiA 

A^ts pledged or i^gsed to secure liabilities and for 
°**f^ P'gl**^ (uKhKJ^ notes and biUs redisoounted 
■nd *P<jHilM» sold wlii agreement to r^irchaae) — 

(a) Laaai «s Aowo ^bovt we after d^dww of valtia- 
tiosftserves of , , _„__ 

(b) Sf^ i rlt iea as diown 



9,652,251.99 

.„ ^ , 23,872.93 

as diown ato%« are titer deduc&m ol 

reserves of . _._ , 11827 32 

h 9^i "M*"!*®". Vendor Vice ftiesident and Oa*ier. of the 'above- 
nan^ tanl^Arsoloni^ mmr that this report <rf <»nd«iion is true and 
•WTK*. to me best <rf im taowiedge and bellrf. 
Correct— Attest: GEO. f. MCJLLExM, Senior Vice ft«sideiit & Cashier 
SIDNEY S KELLAM ) 

R. S. HOLLAND j Diredws 

W. L. TAYLOR j ^"^^'^^ 

^Ble of VkjWa, City of Virgiiwa Beach, ss, 

Lbai* ^°'2i°^* «»*ff^«>d before me the aai day oCOcUt*er, 1963. 
fSEAL) and I iiRelrsr oerUfjr ihat lam not m offlar or Sm*m of this 
Daak, 



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Vf crtilihMio* expijy June 9. 1965 



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la, k n:d pjtt. at the church. 

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gram chainnan, Kay Brad^w; 
l^ywr and stewardship chainnan, 
Cheryn Wilam; community mis- 
sion chairman, Psett^ Poole; re- 
porter. Sherry Ciilwell; social 
c^irmaii, Oonm Grut)!^; and 
n^aon study, Cindy Brinn. 

Mrs. Jean KigM, counselor and 
ms. Don BowiKk. Y.W.X: Di- 
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ADXILIAIY PLANS 
NOV. GAME PARH 

BAYSDE— The Ladies AuxU- 
iary of the Ocean Park Fire De- 
partment held their meeting 
Thursday night, September 19, at 
8:00 p.m. M tiie Ocean Park Fine 
Station wiBh the president, Mrs. 
Cj^flieruie Copeland, presiding. 

It was announced that the Aux- 
iliary would hold a game party ai 
the Fire Station m Nov«nber. 
Exact date to be announced later. 

Mrs. Copland announced thM 
Mrs. Frances Glover, vice presi- 
d«it of the Auxiliary had been 
made a Captain in the Fa« De- 
paitaient. 

"Hie next meeting of the Auxil- 
iary wiB be held October 17, at 
8:00 p.m. at the Fure Stati<m. 

MRS. MARTIN TO 
BE GUEST SPEAKER 

VniG®nA BEACH— Membera 
of the Virginia Beach and Prin- 
cess Anne Garden Clubs will hear 
the pft^entof the Garden Chil» 
of Vuginia at a joint meeting to 
be held at the Cavalier on Wed- 
nesday, October 16, it has been 
amnounced. 

Mrs. James Bland Martin, the 
State president, wgl be the gue^ 
speaker for ttie meeting which '■& 
scheduled to get underway at 3 



BAYSIDE — The President's 
Council meeting of the "Hdewaiter 
District Woman's Clubs was Md 
Thursday, September 26, at «he 
Porfemouth Woman's OiA. 

One of the guest speakers for 
the meeting was Mrs. Miles ^fWn- 
terg who talked on the advantages 
of having a Presidents Ck)uncfl, 
which enables the president! <rf 
the Womens Clubs to get toge^jor 
and know each olftier better. She 
also said that the Council am 
serve as a clearing house for ideas 
in Womans Club woi*: and XatL 
all clubs should be encour^ed 
bring mOTe of their memS>ers lo 
the council mratii^s. 

The group voted to push as a 
special project "A uniform age 



CIVIC LEAGUE TO 
DISCUSS PLAYGROUND 

POINT 0' WOODS— The Point 
0' Woods Civic League will meet 
at Eastern Shore Chapd Monday 
at 8 pjn. 

Plans for a proposed play- 
ground for the community will be 
discussed. One and a hidf acr^ 
of land have been (kmated to the 
league by the developer, B. F. 
Goldrich, for the playground. 

All members are urgwl to at- 
tend Ihis important meeting. 




Atlantic Fuel 
Oil Co. 

Call: 
OA 8*5000 

Day or Night 



for issuing teeiwgere driving per- 
mits." A cmmnittee was appoint- 
ed to look into the matter. 

VIH. W. H. Twifoitl, president 
of Ae 0«^n Park Woman's Club, 



Youth Group 
Attends Rally 

BAYSHXE— The Y<Mith Fellow- 
ship of t^ Baysi<te Christian 
Clnirch chj^red a bus and 
twetf^-eight members of the 
Toi^ Fellow^p aittended a Rally 
on Sunday afternoon, October 6, 
at BetMehem Christian Church, 
Suffolk. 

The Churchmen's Fellowship 
met Wednesday night, October «, 
at 7:00 pjn. at tte chureh for 
their repilar ooeetii^. 

The <^K»r Dre^mg Class 
sponsored hy Circte No. 3 met 
Tuesday night, October 8, at 7:^ 
p.m. at ithe home of Mrs. Jewel 
Womack, Reynolds Drive. Mrs. 
Irene ftnith is the circle lea^r. 



pinch-hitting for Mrs. Cam Farm- 
er, Permanent Home Chairman 
of iie ifde^/i^ter District, talked 
on the need for funds for the 
ftrmanertt Home which has been 
plann^ for Richmond. She sug- 
geslted ways that the clubs could 
step up their funds for the PBn& 
aneot Hotn^. 

Vii^inia Beadi Clubs and their 
r^re^ntatives at the meeting 
were: Mrs. Arthur Jami^ and 
Mm. Gilbert Keene fr(»n the 
Cape Henry Woman's Club; Mrs. 
Chester Bamforth, Mrs. lUchiffd 

Humphires and Mrs. E. L. iffiid- 
gins from the Kempsville Wona- 
an's Club; Mrs. J. Douglas Wflson, 
Princess Anne Woman's CluS>; 
Mrs. W. H. Twiford, Ocean Park 
Woman's Qub; Mrs. T. R. Bur- 
nett, Mrs. R. A. Arnold and Mra. 
H. B. Slough, Bayside Junior 
Woman's (Sub; Mns. C. Samuel 
Maa)n and Mrs. V. K. Almond, 
Jr., Vu*ginia Beach Junior Wwn- 
an's Club. 



I ain't counted, but I betcha that the amount di money Uiat KSSs 
been lost by people betting agalr** ^''•* Yankees would be enough 
to bail the Government out of d. Kennedy and his brothers 

could then go on back up to the laiKl ul the bean and c(xl and pity 
touch football, — or iTMint (heir money — or cJo 
whatever the hec^ doin' before they 

decided th»t we oeeucu mem \a tell us what to do 
about everything under the sun. 

1 myself have madt rs and carried 

home an odd dollar or iwo oy la&uig tb " ' aes 
against a member of that rather iartre of 

the jxipulation who will put dow in 

the "■ — '»■ ■' *he Yankees will '- m, 

• a wife at ho. hates the 

Yaoktes down to tlieir spikes and who goes into a 
Gordon BrnUn '*«c'^ when they win. She won't even watch them 
on television. Instead, she spends game time 
stkking pins in wax dolla that resemble Maris and Mantle. She has 
dwie sudi a good job this year that the .American A'"^ ''ion of 
Witches and Warlocks has asked her to head up th Both 

Mantle and Maris have been out most of the year, and s^liai she (fid 
to Mwis dur^ the serm Wouldn't hq»«B even to a Yankee. " 

Yesterday was ^ day to end aU 4)» for the Yankee Haters 
of that Worid. Those &mis teat Aem four swiight, and the power- 
ful Yanks couldn't b^ ^m. four mm total. Tl^e Yankee haters woukl 
gladly stump the cwmlry for Mr. Koufax, Mr. Podres and Nfr, 
Drysdale shwild tlay ^ide to take tl» iwuntry away from Ae ' 
Kenn^ys. Now th« I Ank *out it, toat aifl't no bad idee. They 
certainly owildn't A) any worse, and any threesome Aat can ttirow 
like that would have op tioiMe ttirowing Bobby back to Big Joe 
and R(»e. * 

I can't claim that I knew tiiis was gonna happen. I'd tove to, 
but I didn't. I thought titose Bums would drop dead and the Big 
City Boys would drift home. They didn't, though. They ksoked 
prethr sad. It was worth it. The old-fashioned Yankee hater has had 
his day, and I — for oiw — sure am glad. Maybe now they'll ^op 
talking about Yankee Ludc. 

Just you wait untB neit year!! 

Your Social Security 



Quarterly social secur^ tax re- 
turns mu^ be filed with the Di» 
ta-iot Director of Internal Revenue 
by the end of October, 1963, for 
toe previous three months, Har- 
wy J. Ridinger, Social Security 
FleJd Representative for Viiginia 

Beach, reminded employers to- 
day. / 

it is unportsnt that social secur- 
ity tax returns be filed on time 



Eammgs of empltqr^s of a 
trade or busm^ must be report- 
ed eadj quarter regardless of tlw , 
ai]«)unt of wages i»id. Cash wag- 
M of dotne^c employees and 
other iMHisehoId workere must be 
reported by each employer who 
pays cash vm^s of f ^ oi- more 
to an wnployee during the calen- 
dar quarter, 

anployew who have questions 
aboitt their qiiarterly me^ aecur- 



and that they be complete. Tlwyjity reports, or have need for tax 



must stoow the correct amount of 
earning paid each worker^ durii^ 
the quarter and his correct name 
aiMl socid security number. Oth- 
erwise, the worker and his family 
may not be fully protected in the 
ev«it <rf the worker's disability, 
retirement, or death. 



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F«I5>AY,QCT. 11, 1963;isl5>.M. 

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BAY^g— ftev, Art nnRrii, 

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Twiford, Erank 'ftwww. Dm 
and 1^ UvermsB, iM 9r. Sir 

lag to Rev. f^oni, ^iro kmdlrst 
aad fifty meo mre is^i^iMbm^ 
at toe Rally. 

BiU SkiMiKm^ fMd Seo^ftary, 
was pek qieakK. 

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tile Bay^ C^Mian Oiurch at 
7iff^m.^ ^<^m to an mem- 
bra. 

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griw faVciMliv whidi wUI be 
lid^Si^^%A^rs6on October 6, 
at Suffott. ^ and ASn. D. B. 
^tMi, it., fure counselors f<u* tlus 

SevMt iromen of the church 
mmtmmA tte FaB Rally of the 
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LYmmAWm — TIk Virginia 
Bmc^ M0a'9 CSub will condud 
a £^edUed Tk^ md Uock Ro- 
deo, Siin(tay, 0(M)ei 13Q\ at 
Lywshaven fiiW. Tliis event will 
be (qp^ to the public for a |1 
eirtzance fee. 

I^dquaiteis will foe at Poole's 
Fi;^iing Center and contestants 
mi^ re^ster Parting at 6:00 a.m. 

with Oie registration booth clos- 
ing ait 11:00 a.m, Fisiiing hours 
wM be fr<Mn 6:00 a.ni. until 3:00 
pjn. with wei^mig in to follow. 

Contestants are required to use 
rod, reel and artificial lures and 
Tce^ fish only one line at a time. 
Eligible fish must be at least 12 
inches long to qualify for a prize. 
Lynnlwven Inld and its tribu- 
taries which include Lynnhaven 
River, Broad and Linkhom Bays 
and Long Creek constitute the 
fishing areas of the' contest and 
anglers must fish from boats. 
Those desiring to reserve boats 
in advance may do «) by contact- 
ing Winston Athey at Poole's. 

Priz^ will be awarded to the 
anglers catching the largest of 
each specie and the most of eadi 
^)eci«. Other special awards will 
bs made at the dlKretion of the 
tournament committee. 

CAPT. DAVIS NEW 
CARRIER BOSS ^ 

BAYSIDE — Capt. Richard J. 
Davis of Bayside will relieve Capt. 
Harry L. Harty Jr. of cwnmsmd 
of the aircraft carrier USS Ran- 
dolph (CVS-15) today. Capt. Harty 
will assume new duties in the 
office of the Secretary of the 
Navy in Washington. " ' ^ ' 

Capt. Davis is holder of the 

Distinguished Flying Cnsss, the 
Air Medal with Gold Star and the 
Navy Commendation and various 
campaign medals, including the 
Koi^an Presidential CEation. 

He resides with his wife and 
three children, Suzanne, Carolyn, 
Linda Victoria and Stephen Clark 
at 1705 Westerfield Road, Bay- 
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KELUM, HAWKS 6FEN 
RIVALRY HERE FRIDAY 



VBIGINL\ BEACH— -nie Kel- 
lam-Virgmia Beach football game 
Friday night at the Virginia Beach 
Indium tq)s the lo«d sdiolastic 
grid sclwduk this week. The 
ganre will be a home game for 
KeBun idthough tt wiU be played 
on the Seahawk gridiroa. 



FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

CITY LEAGUE FOOTBALL 

SCHEDULE 

Ail Games Pla^ Saturday 

MIDGET 6MAN 

W. T. Cook* School 

9 a.m. — Rams ^. Chargers 

10 a.m. — Marinere vs. Kn^its 

11 a.m. — Raiders vs. Jaguai^ 

MIDGET 8^AN 

Virginia BMch High School 

9 a.m. — Rebeb vs. Panthers 

10 ajn. — Hue Devils vs. Plaza , 

INTERMEDIATES 

All Gamac at 6 pjn. 

Oceana vs. Grwnwich at Ken^s- 

ville 
Aragona vs. Plaia at Oceana 
Thalia vs. Woodcock at Wood- 
stock 
Kempsvilte vs. Diamond Springs 
at Shelton Parte 

JUNIORS 
All Games at 8 pjn. 
Wood^todc ^^. Plaza at Oceana 
Courthouse vs. Aragona at 

Kempsville 
Greenwich vs. Diianond Sprii^ 



Pigaon Raco RasuHs 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Brooke 
Entwisle was the winner of a pig- 
eon race which started at Che^r, 
S. C. Reteased at 6:30 Saturday 
morning, ti» birds reached Vir- 
ginia Beach, at 5:25 p.m. in the 
300 mile race. Thomse ChappeU 
of Norfolk placed second- 



at Shelton Park 

The amazing S^iurirics pirt <m 
a dazzling dic^y last week io 
upend favored James Katr in tne 
of those conK-fmn-behnKi ^- 
faiis. The Hawks rate a ab^cvg 
favoi^ over Kellam, but iSm 
Black KnigMs have given a goitd 
»ccoaiA of themselves in ^is, 
tbeir first varsity ae^on. llMy 
lost a heartbreaker to Cox laat 
we^ in Ibe Stsl few eeccmds 
after teading 7-6 nw^ of the way. 

Vo'ginia Beach is undefeated 
in D^trict One, Grmip Two play. 
Their Coach, Carlton Bowyer hie 
(kscribed tfi^n ss "amazing". He 
ays "we stiU don't have any- 
thii«." 

As usual Princess Anne is roll- 
ii^ along after its opening loss to 
Great Bridge. The Cavaliers 
trimmed previwisly undefeated 
Churchland, 29-^, last week 
n^nly on tiie ^ong passing arm 
of Buster O'Brien and the kicking 
of Charlie Carr. 

Cox, wiraier over Kellara la^ 
week, plays at home Friday night. 

MENBER-GUEST GOLF 
TOURNAMENT STARTS 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Tlie firat 
annual manb^-guest golf tmirna- 
ment is scheduled for the Cava- 
lier Golf and Yacht club ths 
weekend, it has been announced. 

Two-man teams will compete 
in the two day event. Each mem- 
ber will play with an out-of-town 
guest. 

First round of play is scheduled 
for Saturday and the second and 
final 18 boles will be played on 
Sunday. There will be low gross 
and km net winners. 



CITY FOOTBALL RESULTS 



&MAN MIDGETS 
Damons Upaat Rams 

A 75-lb. Demon by the name 
of Brooke Entwisle scored twice 
Saturday to upset 'the previously 
unbeaten and unscored • upon 
Rams 13 to 6. Entwisle scored 
oace in the first quarter on a 
swing pass from David Goldschur 
and again in tiie second on a 2-yd. 
plunge to wrap up the third con- 
secutive win for the unbeaten 
Demons. 

The Rams scored their only TD 
in the secorid iperiod on an end 
sweep by Steve Johnson which 
culminated a 60-yd. drive after 
the first Demon score. Martin 
Thomas and Gary Brownlee led 
the Rams on defense in the sec- 
ond half as ithey held the Demon 
attack to zero. Beau Killen and 
Tony Mm^ gave Entwi^ the 
support he needed as they com- 
bined on several nice gains in the 



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second half. 

Mariners Swamp Char-gars 

The Mariners got hard running 
from Chris Wall and Butch Pal- 
mer as they crashed the win coJ- 
unm 33 to 6 over it^ hapless 
Cteirgers Steve Snow scored the 
first TD of the seaaon for the 
Chargers as the fourth quaitO" 
came to a close. Bill Almond 
helped spearhead the assault <m 
the Charger squad. 

Raiders Over Knights 

The Raiders (nilled a surpri% 
attack on the Knights as they 
pited up 14 quick points on tl^ 
strength of Ed McQuilkin running 
and the passing of Gray Hod^on. 
Teddy Todd scored two extra 
points after each of McQuilkin's 
It) runs. The Raiders were sur- 
prisingly laxed in the second h^ 
when they ftimbled on several 
scoring drives. 

•4MAN MIDGETS 
Chargers Fall To Hornets 

The Hornets stung the Charg- 
ers for 19 points in the fast half, 
fiioi ^ent the second stanza 
fi^jiting for their lives. The Horn- 
ets, leading 19 to at halftimei 
barely managed the final 19 to 16 
win as the Chargers, led by Moe 
Wal«^ and Chap Chaplam, came 
K»oring iMCk. Walcott scored 
twice in the second half but it 
was not eiwugh to cop the Horn- 
ets' 19 point lead. Mike Triptow, 
Fred Farcey and Eddie Lackman 
each scored in the first half Iwrt 
that was aU the Chargers allowed. 
It wss a case of too much too 
soon for the Chargers. Tl^ win 
put the Hornets in a tie with the 
Panthers for the top spot and 
dropped the previously unbeaten 
Chargers to third place. 

The Panthers spread their scor- 
ing evenly as they scored 14 
points in each period to complete- 
ly smi^her the hapten Blue Dev- 
ils. Mike O'Brien and Geoi^e Ful- 
cher were the big guns in the 
Panther attack as they personally 
accounted for 48 of the 56 points. 
Pete Gallagher, Johnny Johnson 
and Bob Wareing i^re the work 
horses of the Devils' attack, with 
Wareing going over twice. Chris 
Famiey and Phil O'Brien played 
wt^ for the Panttere. 

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October 10, 1963 

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BaysUs UiHes 
Visit L Skore 

BAY^Df — Mra. W. H. Twi- 
Iwd, prerident of <ti)e Ocean I^fk 
WMOin's CMi, Mis. Cam f^um^-, 

taun^tete past pr^d^A Md 
Mrs. A. F. Wlute, {m^ predd^rt 
g| tte tihri) Journej^d (o BMltem 
l^ve Vii#ila Frkiay, SefitwiAer 
2T, to viM scMW of their fellow 
dM) wonwn In tteir project 
^>aKfe A<30M Hie Bay." They 
were mrt at the ferry by Mrs. 
C. W. Carison, prMideiit of the 
/T«ung W<wnan's Club Cape 
' ^Hoies and Mrs. L. K. James. 
Udev^Au* DMrict C^iairman, of 
fMtry, literature and drama. 
They laweeded to Parksley 
«Aa« ^u<y were Joined by Mre. 
% T. Dalaey, of the Woman's 
l^ub ci Aasoaac County. 

tliese Eastern Shore Club wom- 
en had frfaimed on taking ttie 
^yaide cliAwomen on a sight- 
seeing tour which tfiey did. 'Riey 
jvoc^led up Itoute No. 13 to ti^ 
famous Chincoteague Island. Af- 
ter touring the ^and they pro- 
(^eded to A^ates^e Island 
wto« tii^ enjoyed a picnic lunch 
mi the beach. Assatea^e is the 
li^ ^ tfee proposed new Na- 
Utetd Se«to(M« I^k. Tliey drove 
oou^ Qm island and took pic- 
«Bfei «f the mid ponies, cranes 
And dd Assi^igiK Li^Ahmise 
nAidt is ^iU in operation. 



Bayside Lions Hear AdHfet 



BAYSDE—llie Bay^e Uom 
dub met Wednwdior ni^t, Oc- 
Mm 2, at 7:00 pm. wMh the 
jwesident, Charies McCoy presid- 
ing. 

Fn^ram diairman for the eve- 
nly, "Mac" Wilkins, jniMerted 
giKSt i^)eaker, Ray Adnns, who 
pve m interesting talk on the 
activfties and aims of the Junior 
Chamber of OMnmerce. 

He Stated ihiA the Jas^oee <xr- 
pnizi^on is p^ha{» the fastest 
l^xjwing organization of its type 
in ttie worW. They have groups 
in 78 countri« or territories wMh 
a total member^p of over 350,- 
000. Tliey are proud of the hrge 
nuwtoer of n»n who have moved 
up to promment positions in both 
government and industry — stfjout 
20% of congress and about 20% 
of Virginia legislators were form- 
erly metiAxm. 

According to Adams the Jay- 
cees are quite different from civic 
organizations. Their aim is to use 
(he community as a worlrahop and 
thereby to influence phil(wophy 
of the citizenry in makii^ the 
community a "better place in 
whidi to live. He ^ted tibat his 



On their trip back they stopped 
at Easftville to persue one of their 
hoWbies "antiqueing". But ttey 
failed to tdl me if they found 
anything! Mra. Farmer seemed 
tmre delighted with her IMe 
Neck Clams n^ch ^ {Hirchi^d 
at Chincoteague! 



os^anUttion in many wap am 
beeottsidereda c(niaemitive 
group— sometimes oppoting such 
thin^ as ina»«sed veterans bene- 
frts and aupputlng sudi thinp as 
the Hoowr Conunisshm's recom- 
mendatiom. 

Adams also talked about some 
of the inter^ting new te^niques 
which are being u^d by modem 
analysts in the busineas world. He 
told of K)me of ti» woric of depth 
psychologists in which they have 
been abte to greatly increase 
sales by using psychology in ad- 
vertisiii. 

Hu^ Barnes reported that the 
dub's golf outing which was held 
at K«npsville Mwdows on Sep- 
t«nber 25 was a big success. A 
large number of Lions and their 
guests tunied (M,. 

Marshall Toll en annqun(^ 
th^ the chyb will have "Ladies 
Night" at their miA meeting, Oc- 
tober 16, with cocktails from 6:30 
until 7:00 FM. and dinner at 7:00 

P;M. 

"Oiarter iNight" will be oh- 
served at 'ladies Night". Inter- 
national Counselor, Horace Sim- 
mons, who was District Governor 
when the Bayside Club was dar- 
tored will be sipcial gu«5t alot^ 
with International counselor Lew- 
is Dillon, 'vi^K) ma preadent of 
the Southside Liot» Club and 
spoi^ored the Bayside Qub. 

Tlie preset^ District Govrairar 
and his cabinrt wiU be ^lests M 
the mee'tiRg also. Special avrards 
wffl be given charts meai>ess 
and ipertect atlendaiM» pins iriU 
a^ be awarded. 



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Wedm^ ^it in October. % 
proved sucfa a aieeeai (taal ttie 
church will cnrtiniK with i)mSt^ 
Ni^ on eft(^ Wnfawsday n^ht. 
TTje ipTogrmn will iei undorwiq^ 
wfth a "poi luck" supper (or i^ 
the isemb^? of tiie famMy M 
8:00 p.m. This wiH be fdiowed 
by meeting for iffl age gnMi{» lA 
6:30 pjn. mcluding ttie Sunday 
School Workei9 Confermce, Jun- 
ior G.A.'«, Cnaadw" R.A.'s, San- 
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nuraray and library will be opot 
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vi^d Study Hall will be held for 
all not in meetingt. 

Rev. Thoofias E. Miller, Minista* 
of Education wUl preach next 
Sunday night at 7M pm. using 
for his topic "The work of toe 
Minister ai Education." T^is wiU 
be tbe beginning of a aeries of 
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W)x> y<Hi know aid whiA ym 
|mw wmy be tapo^m Itctais 
k lieocMiteg SMCM^M M your 
<HM^w»^ ... but knowing the 
r^ po^on to give uawvta to 
your <;pi^ioiu coukf nem muc9i 
iiMv! 

Mott peo{^ tend to circulate 
ftmrng • Ikn^d nunl^er of 
firieiMte and accpiaiiAaBeM, dl of 
uttMB a» umally in tl» same age 
tel^Mt, tlw «M% in^me toncAfl^ 
m^ iriita tlM tune genend em- 
pl^miM int«e^. And since no 
OM ^mp of powni know all the 
anfvers to all dtuirtiims tiiM 
trin, ;^ fluy find youi^tf with 
a mftMlto p that paales you. Who 
oafttielp? ' 

M ymi aie ui»^ wet a Federal 
miMer «id le^ the mgt to write 
to On^'M^ dA you know to 
whom ym addr^ your reeom- 
newHittoi or 6(»nplalflt? SeitKton 
Ibn? r. 9ym and Aimer ^oes 
tal» qtre of Vii^nlua, and Ckm- 
grapiiUii TlioinaaPewnfa^ repre- 
MB(il fM txm Wiai Conp^^on^ 
•I D^ct. 

ikmber ci ^ fimae ot Oele- 
pm in tiie StMte Legialahin' ii 
P. % IVUte, who Uwi in Vfc^^ 

. Ni^^g M te a load fli^n' . 4 . 
jii^ 'Wtnt to MgA out rixtut a 
M#i| ciieifraH: tt could t>e an 
iB^B^toi <» w *<"^S regnla- 
tkms IcM* ^«r mi^borhood (but 
you am sot tptf — Take yow 
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Do fm ^nM to fotfe? But you 
dOBt kMMT <«rte((ii«r jm are eUg- 
flbto# teccffioe a regk^red voter 
^ n ^ . . . who win give y<Ni 
ttua Bformi^nt Mn. Anna Cot- 
too, ^ §tnmi re^v at City 

CMy Htfl teleplmie number ii 
340-6030. 

U you want to go mto business 
Ar yottneJf , do you know how to 
go ilwiit it? Wi^ are ^ rules 
you mat follow? Contact ttie 
Tidewater Bett^ Bu^^i IBiaeau 
in NorfoHc it y«ir funds are Ikn- 
ttod^liow wMild vou arnmge for 
^^^bM help? The local banl@ 
bav^ various types of k>ans and 
ii^ wfll 'W»k with y<Hi to make 
a^^laMe the tan^ you may need. 
Ifcfwd^, if y<ni have only an 
iAn and no security, you may 
^ve to find private backing. 

Biudi^ and financtol nartX^rs 
raquiie tiiat you have a lawyer 
far y<Hir own ]Mr(^<^<m. Cidl Q» 
Attwrny itef^rd Service at MA 
24014 to be dboeoted to the type 
of law couiKiUi]^ you should 
,htve. 

If owung a laim Ins been 3^r 
drettEB, birt ymi have no agrioil^ 
ttaal b^^wnd, do you kiK>w 
what rural author^ you should 
oaotact? G. R. C!ockrell Jr. is the 
Ji4piamxe Agait at City HaU. 

living hi a resort area could 
inspire you towards an id^ for a 
mort i^traction . . . Iraw do you 
find out if your plan m fei^dde 
and would be <rf b@ief it to the 
area and profiUft^le to youi^lf? 
Bc^ LaMere, tte executive direc- 
ts <rf the Chairibe" of Cwmhwce, 
i> lif^py to be confuted. 

Pnodc >W. Cox Is ttw Superi^ 
t^idait of SdMok, and wh^»r 
jmff qu^tiott be about adminlS' 
Irrtive pOlky or pers>nnel re- 
iyitaKaxK!^ or fen^ inA^at- 
tfon, he can ^e ym Am aiawei^ 
or direct yw to who k more di- 
leci^ cottieoied wMi ttie proS>- 

We don't ttte to tiiink iboiit 
emsff^iks, birt ;wu can <x>pe 
M^^ mm ^ftmm if ym kmvw 
wto is «va&Ue to hdp you. Tte 
V<Atntee nn Dept it 6A 0«1^ 
nd the MMfeicy ^9Me Squad 
1^ be seMted ^ mmzi. U 
your eBMfgmT tart rf fce ot- 
Mt type, W you mm a <toetor, 
€4 tfie rN^an'a Bidi^ie 6A 

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Tony Perkins stands before the Courtyard Playhouse during 
a recent visit here. (Kay Johnson Photo) 

Straps To Buy 
Wlii^airs For 
Umdicaiuiefi CUIdmi 



VHKJINIA BEACH— Area ro- 
dents liave been uked to partici- 
pate in a Gold Bond stamp drive 
to obtain much-iueded wheel- 
chairs for some of the haiuii- 
(»pped diildren in Tidewater 
communities. 

71% drive is being conducted 
by the Parent's Council of United 
Cerebral Palsy of Norfolk, Inc. 

Ibny of the diildren who will 
b^Mflt from thk drive have no 
nxKle of tran^xnlaitlon other than 
the whedchair. Some of the diil- 
dren are home-bound because the 
wheeldiairs Ihey have are not 
collapsible and cannot be fitted 
into cars. 

Still others have no wheelchairs 
at all. A 20-year-old girl who must 
wear long leg brac^; a 14-year- 
oM boy with restricting braces; 
a 15-year^ld girl who has been 
confined to her room for seven 
years because she had no wheel- 
chair. 

The list of needy c^es goes on 
and on and the <Rsrent's Council 
of VCP is seeking to reduce thews 



tntgediei through the stamp 
drive. 

Under the Gold Bond Stamp 
Group ftDJect, the wheelchairs 
will be obtain^ through a point 
sj^tem. 

filled stamp books, donated to 
the CchincH, will brmg them 7(X) 
points. Books redeemed at the 
gift centers by individuals can 
also be u%d for points if the per- 
wn will ask tor a Validated Gift 
Project Certificate for each book 
turned in. Tlie certificates are 
worth 10 points each. 

And how many points are 
needed? It takes 53,200 points for 
each wheelchair, so the Council 
freatly needs the public's sup- 
port. 

Persons wishing to doMte 
stamp books or validated certifi- 
cates are asked to mail them to: 
Parents' Council, UCJP of Norfolk, 
Inc., «1 E. BramWeton Avenue, 
Itopfoik, Va. 

Or Vh^inia Beadi rraddents 
nay wntact Mrs. N. H. Palmer At 
GA 8-1605. 



Tony Perkins Dropped 
In On 'Birthday' Cast 



VIRGINIA BEACH— When the 
curtain rises £on the Virginia' 
Beadi Litfle Theatre's presenta- 
tion of '^Happy Birthday" tonight, 
the ca^ will undoubtedly show 
the results of some expert advice 
and criticism from the talented 
young movie actor, Tony Perkins. 

Perkins, who gained such wide 
recognition for his unforgetable 
portrayal of tte psychopathic 
killer in the diilling fihn "Pay- 
dio," paid a surprise vis!' to the 
Courtyard Playhouse during re- 
cent rehearsals. 

The famous actor was vlsiUng 
the home of Carroll Kennedy, one 
of the cast members, and had de- 
cided on the spur of the moment 
to see how 'the rehwu-sals were 
going. 

Arrivaig late one evwiaig, Per- 
kins was introduced ito ithe 21 
Virginia Beach aciors and im- 
prened his enthusia^c audience 
with his cordial and unaffected 
manner. 

He was dressed informally in 
Bermuda Aborts and heavy sweat- 
er and was sportii^ an overly 
long haircut from bffl recent film- 
ing ol 'T^ (Fool Killer," in which 
he por^i^ a i3mU-shocked Civil 
War i^^. 

Tite male nwiAers of "Happy 
Birth^y" were especially im- 
{ffj^ied witi) I^rkms' next pic- 
ture committment, ' ^ A d o r a b le 
Fool," which will give him the dte- 
tinction of being the first Ameri- 
<an leading man to star with 
Bridgette Bardot. 

He teft shortly after his visit 
4wre ft»r f^wiee; ii*«pe ^e film 
is to be shot 

Perkins was fiHniliar with "Hap- 
py Birthday" and was cpiite inter- 
ested in the local interpretation of 
of the famous play. But he was 
even more interested in the work 
done by little Theatre members 
in remodeling an old movie the- 
Mre Into iflie unique new Court- 
yard Playhwise. 

He chatted with all the actore, 
asked the dimensions of the stage, 
walked jybout checking -angles, 
tapped on the wjdls and inquired 
stoout acoustics. - 

After an autc^raph signing ses- 



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Program 



sion, he stepped out of the spot- 
light, so to speak, and lounged 
quieUy against a wall, and' 
watched tlw rdiearsals with sin- 
cere interest. 

When asked if he had any ad- 
vice for aspiring young actors, 
Perkins reolied 'Don't do it," ex- 
plaining that acting was so very ^^^^ ^^^j Chesapeake 
different fr6m all other profes- 
sions. 

"^If a ipan is a tafented author, 
he is puWished. If he is a fine uled for Sunday, November 10 
doctw, he has a large practice, i ^^^^ ^^^^ j^ 12. It is 

But laus IS not the case with act- j j u ^u xi » n ^ i 

ora. There are many talented aot-, sponsored by the Norfolk County 
ors in the worid but most of them ' Medical Society, the V 1 r g 1 n i a 
never make it," he said. \ Beach Medical Society and the 

"Hiough Perkins was not ac:u- 1 Portsmouth Academy of Medi- 
ally "bom in a trunk" in true cine 
theatrical tradition, he does come 



On Nov. 10 

VHIGD^A BEACW— Doctors in 
three medical societies are urging 
everyone to wipe out polio in 
Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia 



They called attention to a mass 
oral immunization program sched- 



HAND-CARVED CANE IS 
UNIQUE FAMILY HEIRLOOM 



from a famous, talented family. 
His father, Osgood Perkins, was 
a well-known actor. Young Tony 



A statement, issued by the 
three societies, follows: 
"As you may know, medical 



began his own stage career in g^hics prohibits doctors from ad- 
1046 m summec stock and made ' 



his first movie, "The Actress," 
with Spencer Tracy in 1056. 




Little Witt Pateier Ajcsn't i»ed a ^^Idair, but he pro- 
nwte tbs drive ttiat wUl bmeOL hem ftxtonate diiUien wl» da 



Ross Mayo, 
Or Was It 
Mayo Ross? 



PLAZA-JWith the Smiths, the 
Jones, the Browns or maybe even 
tte Wliites it could happen, but 
wiien you t^e names like Mayo 
and Eo^ twii^'them around, mix 
them up and find two men with 
(he nam^ in different sequence 
and meeting each other, then 
that's really a coincidence. 

But it did lumpen at the Vir- 
ginia 'Beach Blvd. store of the 
Master Auto Service Corporation 
one night this week When a cus- 
tomer. Mayo Ross, of 6304 Col- 
gate Avenue, Norfolk, found him- 
self being waited on by Hok 
Mayo, 309 Hospital Drive, Vir- 
ginia iBeach, the i^re assistant 
mana^r. 



Bus Hired 
For Concerts 



VIRG:mA BEACe— Residents 
of Virginia 'Beach Borough will be 
atde to attond the Norfolk Sym- 
idiony concerts this '%ason with- 
out havmg to "face tlie bmile- 
vaid." 

A q)ecial ims has been hired 
for tl» purpose of carrying muac 
lovers to ai^ frwn tte amcerts 
and will lea^ tiie Alan B. ^ep- 
ard Civic Center at 7:M p.nfL on 
ttie evemng of e«di p»fannan<». 

Ps^ns ctesirii^ a seat on the 
Inis to attaKi the first concert 
October 2i, msy reserve • s^ 
by calling Sirs. Kattile^ HaM, 
4mm51, befise Ootobs %. 



Revi)||l Will 
Start Sunday 

LONC^ON WH>GE — Rev. 
Charles Neal, pastor of Ocean 
View iBaptist Church of Norfolk, 
will be the guest speaker for re- 
vival services at Londorf^ Bridge 
Baptist Church, October 13-18, 
b^inning at 7:30 g ^t^ j ] fivfi nin'^. 

Rev. Neal is a ni^ve of North 
Carolina and received his educa- 
tion at Wake Forest College, 
Southwestern ^pti^ Theological 
Seminary, md the University of 
North Carolina. He has served 
pastorates in N«4h Carolina, Tex- 
as and Virginia, having come to 
Ocean Vtew in 1960. 

The loranbers of the congrega- 
tion have already begun prepara- 
tion for the revival. Each night 
during the week preceding the 
revival prayer services will be 
held in the hdm^. 

A pew ca{4ain has been desig- 
nated for each pew and the 
church organizations are working 
to fill the pews each night of Uie 
revival. 

Mr. Lutrdl Sawyer, director of 
the diurch choirs, is to be in 
charge of the music for the re- 
vival. 

A nursery will be provided dur- 
ing the revival services. 

A cordial invitation is extended 
to sdl to attend the services. 

Whltehurst 
Elected To 
State Office 

E. L. Whitehurst, Supervisor of 
Weights and Measures Division of 
the City of Virginia Beach, has 
just recently returned from at- 
tending the 29th' Annual School 
and Convention of the Virginia 
Weights and Measures Associa- 
tion held in Roanoke, Virginia, 
September 25-27, 1963, where he 
was elected Thinl Vice-President 
of the Virginia Weights and Meas- 
ures Association. 

This newly established division 
is headed by Chief Reeves E. 
Johnson as a part of the Bureau 
of Safely. 

Such conferences Whitehurst 
^d are held for the purpose of 
discuKion of prtAlems and their 
solution wiUi regard to new 
weights and measures device, 
new tMting equipment and keep- 
ing abreast <rf the problems of 
manufacturers, the puhlic con- 
sumer and the merchants. 

This conference is the most im- 
portant pthering of weights and 
measures officiate held in the 
Sate of Virgi^. More than sev- 
enty offKials wiK) are repre%nta- 
trvK of the city, awinty and state 
Sowxma&iA a^embled for this 



vyUsing tiieir services. However, 
there are times when doctors will 
raise a pouf voice to promote 
medical services that unquestion- 
^ly deserve pufcflic attention, par- 
ticularly proems of preventive 
medicine. 

"It's a sad fact 4^ ««q)aigrifi 
to protert y«ir famfly from d^ 
ease are not often effective m 
they could be . . . simply because 
some people do not take advan- 
tage of available immunizatim. 

"PresMitly, your doctors are 
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gram, with full approval and com- 
ply cooperation from local phar- 
macists, Parent-Teacher Associa- 
tions, nurses and many other civic 
and fraternal organizations, to 
eradicate polio from the cities of 
Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth 
and Virginia Beach. 

"On Sunday, November 10, 
1963 thousands of these volun- 
teers will set up over a hundred 
vaccine "feeding stations" to 
make immunization as easy as 
possible for you and your family. 

"We, the doctors in your com- 
munities, strongly urge that you 
take advantage of this program 
and make every effort to get your 
entire family to one of these sta- 
tions. The program requires only 
two feedings and the second will 
be held on Jamiary 12, 1964 at 
the same locations. There will be 
requested a contribution of fifty 
cents per do^, to cover costs. No 
one will be refused. 

'Please nrnke a note of there 
dates, NovenA>er 10, 1963 aM 
January 12, 1964 and join with 
us in eliminating polio from our 
communities. 



'^" T^iMi M»wwi wte^ ffelly heiritxjm; 



BmW^CK POINT — In the 
83rd and final year of his life, 
D. H. Mowen nodded from the 
branch of an orange tree a walk- 
ing cane that is richly carved with 
the hi^lights of his life. 

The work was tedious, for he 
had to use sharpened bicycle 
spokes as carving tods. But, de- 
spite the long hours of intricate 
work, he made not one but five 
of the lovely canes ... one for 
eadh of his sons. 

One of tho^ canes is now in 
the possession of his grandson, 
Waldo R. Mowen, a r^ident of 
Birdneck Point, who hopes to 
pass it on down through the fam- 
ily for generations to come. 

The text on the 3-foot cane, 
though abbreviated, reads like a 
page out of history, giving men- 
tion to such facts as the writer's 
enlistment in the Maryland Vol- 
unteers during the Civil War, 
President Lincoln's assassination 
and the trial that followed. 

Much careful planning undoubt- 
edly went into ttie creating of the 
piece for the spacing is meticu- 
lously perfect. And the precisely 
carved letters are so beautifully 



Oceana Squadron 'Inherits' Bees 





No — those aren't men from Mars — they are Robert L. 
JUDD, ADJ3 and Charles B. TAMPLAIN, AN of VA-64 trying 
to tempt bees into a makeshift beehive. The bees arrived in an 
A4C transferred to VA-i64 from VA-43. TTie Bees were not listed 
on the Aircraft logbook so it is assumed VA-43 is giving a little 
something Extra with their aircraft now-a-days. 

The bees are now in a new hive behind the Black Lancers 
line shack. CDR Fran BABINEAU has given permission for the 
bcK to be added to tfie "Bl^k Lancer" inventory — ^fHX>vided (rf 
course that their tails are paints black — die squadrm cnlor. 

(Mavy Photo) 



Hand-Carved Cane 

controDM they belie the age of 
the writer. 

Mowen believes his grand^^er 
patterned the cane by winding 
ribbon around it for spacing th«i 
free-handedly carving the tetters 
with the sharpened bicycle spokes 
and a small screwdriver. 

The text reads: 'To W. R. 
MQwen by his fatter D. H. Mowenf 
who was horn Nov. 28, 1830. 
Enlisted in Co. I, 7th Md. U. S. 
Vols. Aug. 28, ia62. Wound4d 
May 8, 1864. Taken to Man^On 
House Hospital, Alexandria, Va. 
Transferred to Co. A. 12th Hegt 
V. R. C. Jan. 1st 1865. Heard 
President Lincoln's last public 
speech. Called out the night of his 
a^assination. Reviewed his re- 
mains at the White House. Ite- 
tailed on duty at the trial of the 
conspirators. Discharged July Sift 
1865. Carved this cane at Day- 
tooa, fU. in 1%£. ^med the 
Evan. Luth. Church 1857. 
AJJlM. 1866. lOOJ". 1880 ' 

The (M genUeman died in 1922 
and about all his grandw^n re- 
members of him w^ his t^k 
manner and "whtte pointed, 
beard." But he has pa@ed m, 
through the five haod-OMi^ 
(^0^ the Mowen hei^e and 
taea^ pride. 



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Agricultural Agtet 

1^ 1. R. "IHCK" a>et(ReLL, Ji. 




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k to lib y«a eater w 



SMNPQRMU. 

tHUr «f » ^ lonfer see ttie 
UpGil 4p» «i Id thrt we used 
li at. t mm nrferrmg to shucks 

Ite Ml mtwm- SSXL, imcmtm 
etUttfet flMft ftfi is OB lb #iQr, 
Mi I «■ Ml taDdng aMM tte 
ftcl 4ME tlie ItaniKe tsM m tf- 
ittMt evBty nil^ 

VMn «« bigB to ■« i4^ <^ 
IttHNM 111 Cm cwv CTiHBpiiK 
flbm ^«en to orange and red on 

W «< AMbiii flunei, wMir 
dbfttt, HUhiwMo, but tt 9 dw 
OM «f Mip iBiqap yoioib fli mut 
Ar ffet luBWf rad hmeowttr. 
]>t*s cover a few of £he Ab#s 
flMt inigiA be of toteitat smI te- 



f^ your lawn looking real good 
6mm win (»me ^e Oak Iraves, 
aad ft i% <3ine to start r^im. Hw 
is also a good Saturday inonun| 
j^, to get you in condition for 
y^ui- 10:0^ fblf dak. Leav^ 
should not f)e ^owed to stay on 
^6 grass for more ^n a week, 
and sllould be raked off soon 
alier a ndii, u #it tev^ #iU 
€lmg doaB- to tt» pm» sui t^ve 

AMr foH AtiMi up «Mh ItaiBe 
WQe ^ i^raties, K te i^ a l^d 
i^ to atibt muteU^ fav ttie 
fruiter, itauffi ite^f, sbku as 
d^fwf saO^i^ fiowo^ wmn|als, 
and bob ^^ fiu^ w attd to 
be miyteMBd. 




CmkRimw on ilw r4nfi 

fHitMl BMch fannen Iuiv« 
mm eb u ip tefed ttoe corn fairvest- 
iQg iisason, and tiie crop ^ras bet- 
4itr IM» toy of ui dver auiipeoted. 
fWdt tie i«ry good, ana iw eoo- 
ttnie to lead tlie State in corn 
llodiietirat, as im have been 
MMKd m more raia fill tlii4 
aVBnmer ttata anjr otfaar area df 
the State. 

ftomamiift pawHv va a^ui 
toeking tery good. Onas bai 

tamet' •* is begiiniiv to 

grow. 1X1^ i poadUe 

for later graxtng ttala faA than we 
TiMMffy would expect. Supple- 
iMM paabms have been seeded 
ilMf n^ aometiiDe, and toeae artt, 
laoking good. In Met, aome pas- 
ttrea are being gtaaed, while otb- 
m are bdag chopped te drity 

fhM. 

Simet potato harv^te#^ 
iQllMrway, with aevenC.fPWwefeci 
gjieedy eoiq|det«d. "Me tbafc 
have comptewf tbelr hatvest are 
tboae producera wbidi atarted 
t mxp is Hay, i^ prodb(^ 
jtitetomeal variety. Sweet po- 
are aH^ amall on thoae 
tanu where ttie qsnttnits were a^ 
tfier the first of Atne, and potato 
h«tiaat wffl proibably get under- 
wibr around the lOth or IStit of 
mfStv on a large aede. 

Mw early aoybeaba are ahtfw 
fatf abme in&ci^ns of gertting 
mik far fairaat, particularly tbe 

ttiAs in jtfMitft a week or ten 
dm with tlie major crop atntiiie 
ainind the fint of Novenber. 

Small grain seeding is getting 
onderway. on a fun acale. Oats 
and barley axe now flecminating, 
and fanners are preparing ttK 
for wbeait seeding on a large 
Ihia opecatko wiH v«ty 
be completed around (k- 
20. 

Faedor Calf Salas 
Just aa you barveat com, a beef 
calf crop must be barvected too. 
^eef c^lle producers are getting 
their calves ready for two fnCh- 
^ Feeder Cdf Salia; one «t 
"^ ^ on October 10, the 
on October 19. 
^nportai!^ en- 
terprise on JTOOut forty farms in 
Vlminia Beaeh, and a great num- 
ber of our catafc go into tiieae 
^lo i!ee<^ sales. Other cattle are 
aoid in- leeding puiiwses here in 

ONTHeHOMe nKMT 

#^ W»# ttttt mAA weattiCT, 
we «a see a M of i^vity ni ti« 
y^ik^ dor boraea wift iMat of 
Wattttrity cotab^ on 8ator^9« 

Yen v^A ttte to kiraw Itut 
wMi «« i^^fioadrisg Ibe «id of 
be liM p^irfdt te RMdii^ rye 
piH, «k1 ^ kmga- you wi^ iflie 
lte^9 Aoidd be ywir seed^ 
Urie. VM^ mmd CKndMkns, «« 
rteoB^nd ten pounds <d rye 
^MB ptf 1^ square feet For 
<bMer <m«n^ tiun you nor- 
M% «^«N^ sow tte p9» m 
two ix traee diffmnt direotiotGS. 
This wfll eliminate those bare 
qMts Aat we ordinarily miss fay 
abvi^ graas in one direction 
miy. A cyclone type seeder or 
pen Mpi apreader seeder dct- 
RNHy fl^<iSM the best coverage. 

It's not too late to fertilize your 
lawn wilb mbregen. I expect to 
do mine (bis iSaturday. Nitrogen 
on a feecue lawn win give a green 
«ibr ^ipoiuk «he fan and w^ter 

mmmm^lhktsy wm m 

giH sA ov^ -Ibundanceof 
grdiitii, and this is tbe kind of 
dM^atlittie 



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Tbe SMtbM^toii - P r 1 n e e s s 
AanI md Goastel MBA Asaoda- 
tioni^offida$ly merged on ikMier 
1, lb fOQn tbe Soudieaatera Itetry 
Herd taprBvement AsMiAtiao. 
Officers elected were; Mm J. 
Cogbandro {*reflklent; R. H. De- 
Ford, Jr., Vioe4>ieiident; Mdvin 
Wenger, Secretary ft Treasurer. 
Federalaaii Obnctraa eleeied 
were: W. €9trt neo^ sai 
3. A. Barlow. 

Superviaois of the Soutlie«Aeni 
Aaiodaition aie Caonrall Bum, 
tomerly of the Coaatal Aaeocia- 
tJo^^a^BII! Warner, of tee 
SMRfaall^>toa^i'rbuns Anne A^o- 
ddtinn. 

there are fbrty herds ta ttw 
aeven-county-dty aaaociattMi. 



ASSOCIATteM 
AL MEETIN6 DATE 

the Ptlneeas Anne Itek^^ 
Aaaodaition, which deals {nimarily 
in the mM^etiBg of sweet jn^ 
tMa, has aei O^dher 31 for ite 
amnul meoRtbership me^g, ac 
oerc&ig to Levi VHiltehuxiA, d^ 
man of the Board. All memb^ 
are tefviasd to attend, and son 
ui^ed to Ising ottwr sweet potato 
grovel? to the annual meetta^. 

Hie nonnal sweet poteto n^- 
keting season ^ts undervray Ihe 
n«ek befOTe "fiiank^ving. 






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The Mixing Bowl 
ITS 3un T0CCX)K 

By LUCILE CLARK 

SUN-NEWS FOOD EDITOR 



Can A Light, Modern Breakfast 
Be Adequate? 




Orange juice^ corn flakes, milk, bran moflins and butter— 
a "Better Breakfast Month" breakfast. 

A basic breakfast pattern has been developed as a specific 
tool to encourage better breakfast habits. A basic cereal and milk 
breakfast pattern contains just five commonly eaten foods— fruit, 
cereal, milk, bread and butter. For most people, average serv- 
ings of these foods supply one-fourth of the day's food needs. 
During the Iowa Breakfast Studies, it was demonstrated that a 
basic cereal and milk breakfast supplying one-fourth of the day's 
calories and protein is superior in maintaining mental and physi- 
cal efficiency, in the late morning hours, when compared to 
larger or smaUer morning meals. So, a light, modern breakfast 
can be adequate— as well as economical, convenient, and easy to 
prepare— when buUt on a basic cereal and milk breakfast pattern. 

Better Breakfast Bran MuflBnt 

2 cups whole bian cereal 1 cup sifted all-purpope 
1^ cups milk 1 flour 

% cup molasses ' 1 teaspoon soda 

1 egg, beaten % teaspoon salt 

Soften cereal in milk and molasses about 5 minutes. Add egg; 
stir well. Sift together flour, soda, and salt. Stir dry ingredi«its 
into bran mixture just until dry ingredients are moistened. Fill 
greased medium size muffin pans, 2VSiXlV4 inches, about % fulL 
Bake in hot oven (400°F} until done, about 1^ minutes. Yield: 
VA dozen muffins. 



Eggs are good breakfast fare as 
they're high in protein, and a 
delicious- never-faU omelet made 
in the oven will feed four to six 
in a family. Bacon and milk are 
used along with the eggs so the 
omelet is extra nutritious, and To- 
baseo. tbe spicy liquid red pef^ 
i per, seasons the dish "just so." 
, Every good cook knows the Jbland 
j flavor of eggs needs Tabasco, and 
the liquid seasoning is ideal in' 
egg cookery as it blends smoothly 
and invisibly into the beaten eggj 
mixture. [ 

The omelet takes about a half 
hour to bake and requires no at- j 
tention, giving you ample time to 
set the breakfast table and pre- 
pare toast and juice. If you're 
serving tomato juice, "'•- !i a few 
drops of Tabasco for ext^-. Ip. 

Oven Omelet 

8 slices bacon 
5 eggs 

3 tablespoons flour 

1 teaspoon salt 

Vz teaspoon Tabasco 

2 cups milk 
Parsley (optional) 

Cook bacon; drain and crumblo 
into bits. While bacon is cooking, 
prepare eggs. Beat eggs until light 
and foamy. Beat in flour, salt and 
Tabasco. Add milk and beat again. 
Grease bottom of l-quart ca^e- 
role with bacon drippings. Sprin- 
kle crumbled bacon over bottom 
of oan. Add egg mixture. Bake in 
moderate oven <375T.) 30 to 35 
minutes until egg mixture is set. 
Garnish with parsley if desired 
and serve immediately. YIEID: 

4 to 6 servings. 

September was Better Break- 
fast month. Did you celebrate the 
occasion of the important meal — 
breakfast? 

Let's make every month "Bet- 
ter Breakfast Month" and start 



low AT 
POPDLAR 
PHICES! 




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the family on their daily routines 
properly aM well fed. EVery 
mother kiraws best that breakfast 
is an important meal for school 
children <and adults), and it's a 
wise discipline to follow after the 
lazy days of summer. Studies 
prove that when i»«ftkfast is 
skipped, work output is less, men- 
tal reactions are slower and mus- 
cular fatique increases. 

Now — for another mealr-tlme 
flurry of activity— lunch time! 

As the sch{K>l year settles down 
into, a normal routine, one of the 
first things to lose its sparkle is 
the schod-day lunch, tunchtime 
can be, a real problem in those 
areas which do not have school . 
food service, for lunch must be 
brought from home. It takes in- 
genuity to plan varied noontime 
school meals day after day irtudi 
satisfy food energy and nutrttion- 
al requirements, yet appeal to 
youthful appetites at the ^me 
time. 

Modem food wraps, such as 
Handi-Wrap plastic lunchbox 
wrap, help to solve lunch-packing 
problems. A wrap which protects 
flavor and freshness provides 
leak-proof protection and ^Sk>ws 
you to see clearly what's inskle 
is one of the bandit "ajhool sup- 
plies" on your kitchen ^^f. 

Here are some lundi-packfaig 
tips from Handi-Wrap to help 
pack a more satisfying schocd 
lunch. 

• ChUdren between six and 10 
years old require 1700-2100 calo- 
ries per day, depending on Iwi^, 
weight, body structure and activ- 
ity. Onethird of these food re- 
quirements should be met by the 
school lunch. 

• Avoid bulky sandwiches and 
heavy foods in a packed school 
lunch— these are more likely to 
end uo in the waste basket. Cut 
sandwiches in <nnall sectioiB and 
peel, section and wrao fruit sepa- 
rately for ease of eating. 

• Include nutritious snsK:ks in 
the lunchbox to discourage chil- 
dren from too many sweets. &i<3i 
foods as dried prunes, raisins, 
peanuts, com tftiire, tomato slices, 
carrot sticks, celerv, cereal aook- 
ies or cereal snacks are Iw^bfUl 
and piecing. 

• Pattern a packed hrodh after 
tiie T3^je A school hmch n^al 
which inclu(tes: 

^ pint whole mflk 

2 ounces rmsA, ft^ poirihy or 

che^e or H cup cooted <fried 

beans, pess or soy beans or % 

cup peamrt bu^ 
6 ounces ot % cup of nm, (»oted 

or preceded vtgeMAe or fnrit 

1 servii^ breMi. muffin m otter 
hot bread ni»le of wlnle ^Mit 
or em'khed copsd 

2 te^poom taM^ m fiKtifled 
maz^aniie 



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COIMMUN 




Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS 
Thursday, October 10, 1963 




Sev. imNST B. BASna 



COtUMItiS DAr 

•T^IEBi; Is a itQi7 <^ BB Ba^SA- 
-■^ man tite to^ a train for New 
Orleans from New York. Accus- 
tomed to Uie f^^osi ridlway jour- 
B^ ^ his "tl^t UtUe isle," it 
ma wA ^f&y Ung More he ask^ 
&i ^MhactOT iiow toig it would 
be before they reacbwl New Or- 
leans. EvioiTely the conductor 
rqEdled tiiat tt would be a long 
tiiM,. 



WS7 A TBOTJC»^. 

T^n te BttUag lOa travd 
to B^» me iMred^tvc ^ 
«» JbMt Art hMM i« a fn^ 
pt«i itaee ^ter aB and, as 
mm ^ tterc h ^ gi^ 
trifti i^M Mft b«f ^tf ear ova 



i-^^AH day Iraig tbe tadn ra^d 
q^ KWH ae*^ iMes e«:h one 
^T vmtk a i^ut the si^ oi 
i^^ud. Hun algfat »me on and 
tite train rushed ahead through 
Um AkI^^ b the eiO-ly n^m- 
Ijq KMle wM readied, and sev- 
«il i^iffs tarter, running close to 
ttn 1^ (^»t and crossing the 
Mv n^eb, one of ttie Mttets 
of Lafee P^ifa^artrain, aM New 
^leaM we sii^ted. When tte 
JScand tzain rolled into the new 
Uiii(Mi StatiM and the Snglish- 
EMA bad tAen a taxt f or a hotel, 
4ie Off wtt Md up by a par^e. 
IVImA tts iriUtor i^uired about 
Out fmnie, tibe driver said It ww 
CdbHT^is l>*f. "Columbus Day, 
eW ^^rt did be do?" "Discov- 
er AMBica? How coidd 'e bare 

i^aty rwM w ttiat we bwe a 
gretf 4K>mfe^ iade^ reMhiag 
^m an to difaing sea, aiul from 
tlw Giert Ijtaa mi ttie Nc^th to 
tte sitf «< Mecke m ike Soutti. 
"ImMttM ttwe a mw with soul 
so \d«iA wlu> nevor to himidf 
bitfli nid, 'Ois is aiy own, my 
nativvlaiid'r 




WilUwn F. Horn 



MISSIONARY SERIES 
SET IN NORFOLK 

NOOTOLK — William F. Hoti 
of Tov^m, Ud^ a zai»nber of the 
Quomm d Seventy for the Re- 
orgauzed Oitirdi of Jesas Christ 
of Lott^ Da^y Saints, is holding a 
serte of missionary services in 
the WW Han in Norfolk. 

Tbe IM, "whitA is the nweting 
t^m <d tiie Norfolk, Virginia 
BmsA md €lw$apeidK Groiips, ia 
located at Hw coi^r of Tait Ter- 
mst and ^esiite Ita»l. 

TIm series stMted Tue«lay and 
wiB ^nlinw Friday and ^nday 
of fhu week mA "Riesday, 'Rjurs- 
d^, Fmlay wd Sm^y of next 
*ip^k, ^M w«Mchiy itevi^s are 
Md tf 11 ajB. axA 7 pm. awl on 
teM^ at 7:% pAL 



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BAY1D>E BAFTBTT CHUItCH 

14W) Pleasure Hmi# Road 
FtetoP-^lMBas V. De Foe 

8:30 A IIHIO A.M.— WonUp 

Service 
ainday School— 9:20 A 10:10 turn. 
S:OU P.M.— £waaig Servioe 



PRINCES ANNE HLAZA 

■APnsr CHUMH 
nt^t^-tUw. Mdvfti Hi^MO 
^343 Rosemrat; Road X 
11 a.m. A 7:30 p.m.— Wonh« 

Services. 
9:30 A.M.— Suncky Sohod 
6:1S P.M.— 'naioinc UUott 



PEACHLAWN BAPTIST C»URCH 

(W. T. C«Ae School, 15tt St) 
9:43 a.ffi.— &mday Sdwol . - 
11:00 ajn.— Wofsbip 8^^1oe 
7:30 pm. — Evening Worafaip 
7:30 pjm.— Wed. Pn^a Servioe 



FAITH BAPTIST CHUKCXI- 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfirik, Va. 
Frei M. Farfas, Pastor 

9:45 ajn.— &uitey SchooL 
11:00 a-on. — Monng ^aatdp. 
6:30 p.m.— Psllo«d^ Hour. 
7:30 pjn.- EveoHV Servicea. 



GRACE BMrrSREN C&inftOB 

CreiM Neck «l HHltop 
A. HareU An1i«toB, nator 

10.-00 A.M.— &i]Klay Schod. 
11:00 A.M.— Wot^p Servi<» 
7:30 ^.— Evonii^ Servko. 



CHURCH (MP C^HBT 

15ti) Snet and Baltic Avcaoe 
uwoud KccNf Partor 
9:4S a.m. — Sunday Sehooli 
11:00 «jn.^MD«Bi^ Wwrii^. 
7:30 pm.—Erum^j^c Soviet. 



Kiag't Grant Road at Queeotbvof 

Drive, Lynnhaveo, Va. 
itev. ii E. tOAm^ Jt^ Pwtov 

10:M a.m.— &inday Schmd 
11:00 a.m.— Mocniac WaaUp 
7:30 p.m.— Ei^OBV Servioe 

FISST CHURCH OF CHMBT 

209 - 20th Stre^ 
9:30 A.M.— I^mdiay School 
11.00 A.M.— Clwhdi Service 
im P.M.— Wecteesday Servioe 



MCWUNT OUVE 

BAPTKr CHUMX 

Rev. T. M. WaBEi^ PMfr 

'9:30 ajn.— Church Schotd 
11:00 8.m.— Moming Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evoiing Wonfarip 

OCEAN PARK 

COMMUNTTY CWUWM 

Pnte N. YooBg, Paator 

Du Prat Circte, Bftysid^ Va. 

9:45 a.m.— Bible Sdiod. 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Wonisfy. 

7:30 p.m.— F^amily Night Sorvioe. 

Oak Grsv* 
■APniT CHURCH 

Back Bay. Vlr^nia 
ALVIN ST. CLAIR, PAOTCMI 

9:45 a,m.-4:hurch ScAooi. 
11:00 a.m.— M<Hiung W<»:^i^ 



BIBLE IblPnST CHURCH 

Bayside, Virginia 

GreenweH Road A Lakeview Dr. 

Rev. David Moon, Pi^or 

9:45 a.m. — %m(ky School 
11:00 a.m. — Mamjng Worsldp 
7:45 p.m.— Eveimig W<M«lap 



ST. JOHN^ BAPTIST CHURCH 

PrinccM Aone Court H<HMe 
Rev. Bmce B. Pwfcias. Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday Sclwol. 
11:00 A.M.— Morning WotsUp. 

6:00 P.M.— B.T.U. 

7:00 P.M.— Evening Warah^. 



Lontoa Bridge 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge, Virgjnia 
G. Edwnd H^H, Paster 
9:45 ajn.— Sunday SchooL 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Wor^b^. 
6:30 p.m. — Tra«Hng Union 
7:30 p.m. — ^Evening Wordiip 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35Ui Street at Holly Road 
H. WadcB Watere, Partor 

Sunday School 9:30 A.M. 

Morning Worship __„11:00 A.M. 

Training Union — 6:15 P.M. 

Evening Service 7:30 P.M. 

Evenii^ Services 30 minutw later 
May 15-Sepl. 15. 



FmeWJUL BAPTIST 

fai Princess Anne County on H^nvqr 
615 Vi mile Paet Oceana Ak Nation 
on ri^. 
T, J. nngle, Serriag as MUtte 

Sunctoy School _ 9:45 A-M. 

Worship Service 11:45 A.M. 

Evening Service 7:30 P.M. 



VbgUi Bead 
COMMUNITY CHAPBL 
LariUa Road, LMdmn Bay 
9:43 a.m.— Sui^y SdMxri. 
REV. GENE GARmCK 
bt«tai PMcw 
11:(N) ajn.— Morang Woiri^ 
11:30 a.m.— ChU(ben's Cto& 
7:30 p.m. — ^E^siag Sanet. 



BLACKWATUt BAPlVr 

CHUROI 

Rawto 4 At Mae^fatcr 

I^ator— Kev. Gary B. IlKmpsai 

11:00 A.M.— McNiMg Woiribv 

10:00 A.M.— ^nd^ SdMwl 

"S^viivGod Md ^ Comniiialfy of 

" 11*1" 



ST. GSKSORV^ CAIBOUC 

7271 Vk^ Beach Blvd. 
few. naaiftii AMMIecMo. O.SA 

i^^«^^ 1m, tm im^ ^b 

Mm, 12:M noon. 
g.Jt. — r 



TBAUA LYNN BAPTIST 

CHUKS 
(IVIasliiw ia Mtaaw Amm 
^^ SehmO 
9m A.M -^»div School. 
1 1:00 AJI.— Motnmg Wotnfa^ 



CONGREGATIONAL CHRISITAN 

(Meting in new Pen^jinAe School) 
10:30 a.m.— Sennon A Worahip 

ClMiRh School starts an mid-Sep- 
bemb^. 



FIRST OMjONIAL 
BArnST CHURCH 

929 FJrrt Colonial Road 
George 1. Stallings, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.- Snnciay Schooi 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6J0 pjn. — ^Tminiag U^on 
7:30 p.m.— Evetung WM^ip 
7:30, p.m. — Mid-wulc servKc - Wed. 

SUBURBAN CHRKTUN CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave. 
BeHamy Manor, Vkginia Beach, Va. 
L. W. MEACHUM. Parter 
9:45~Si3S^fV SdbtxA 
11:00— MaliQi« WcHihIp 

ST. NmaOLAS 
catholk: CHURCn 

Uttle Neck Roai— lO^^'s Gnat 
R^. Nkhohi J. BUbeto 

Sunday Mas^s: 

8:30 and 10:30 A.M. 
Gonfessifms: 

4 to 6 pjn. Saturdayg 
OUechism Qass: 

10-12 Saturday 
Baptism: After 8:30 a.m. Masses 



Star of tte Ssa 
CATHOLIC CHUMS 

14lh Sfaeet and An^ic Ohcie 

REV; FRANOS V. BAMBRICK 

Suaoiiy Maoes: Winter, 8:00, 9:30 

11:00 ajm. and 12:15 pjn. 
Summer. Ame 15th timi Labw Day, 

7:00, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 aan. and 

12:15 pjn. 
Holy Dt^f%, 1.00, 9:30 aja. aad 6:30 

pjn. 
Con&aBsna, 4:00 to SKX) aad 7:00 

to 8:00 p.m. Saturdjy 
Weekday Mass, 8 a.m. 

[^MMEK SCHEDULE 
Now thru Labor Day, oad^^ Maai, 
6, 7, 8, 9:30 and It a.m. and 12:15 
p.m. Daily Mass, 8:45 ajn. 

ST. MATHEWS 

CATHOOC CHURCH 

1818 SuMba Lue, Va. Beadb Va. 

tenner MasscK 7^. 9s88, lfe38 ft 

IZNoaa. 
QMfession each ^tuixtey 4:00 pjn. 
to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 pm. to 
8:00 p.m. 
Fattaw OHua and Father fMia^ 
Phcme KI 5-9333 

FELLOWfflIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

419 Gfenrock Rofti, Nortblk 2, Va. 
Rev. Ctarles T. HcaMefcs. ~ 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Monring WonAop. 
7:30 pjn. — ^Evemng Worship. 



SI. Wumth Episcapil Church 
The ^v. C^bQ«w E. Crig^r 



Now MeM« at RfanMi's Plaza 

Bowllag JJmf. 
9:15 A.M.--Chun:fa School 
10: le A.M.-JW(Ma^ Servwe 
Nui%ry Provid«i 



EMANUEL l^BKXVAL CHURCH 

Reii»svilie Roao, Keamville 
Ha Rav. Charlea R. M^ifaiisy, 



8:00 AJf .— i&iy Oxaamuirion 
9:13 AJi.— Fnafly &rvioe aad 

Ofauich School 

(Holy Coenxaioo i^ 

Soaday) 
11:15 A.M. lifomiiv Prayo' and 

Senarae 

(H<rfy Oomoamicm first 

Sunday) 
Nonny servioe av4labla 



EASTBIN raCMS CHAPEL 



B. wKbtiti^ Saaaacs, RecMf 
8.-00 a.m.— Hofy Oonusuaian 
9:00 a.m.— Family Service and 

Moratng Prayer (3<id Sm- 
day. Holy Oonuau^«i.) 
11:00 a.ffl.— M<»iiing Parytf and 
Seiaioe (1st Sbxhiy. Holy 
CommnJm.) 

Ti^m^ EMAMUn. 

2JM nd BaWc, Vkginia Beech 
HiHJP FINCUS, RaU>i 

7:M A.M.— Services Moa.-ni 
8:15 p.m. — Friday - Sabi»tt Services 
10:00 a.m.— Sat - Si^bath Service 
8:00 A.M. — Servkes &m. 



LUT^KAN OWRCH 

10100 Virgfhiia Beach Boulevard 

(Tonporary Worship C«iter) 

Kcaaeth A. Price, Pastor 

9:15 a.m.-^Ch(mch St^wol 
10:30 a.m.— Woirfap Service 
(Nurs«y far pie^dool (AiidRn 
(hiring w(»th9) 



LUTHBKAN CHUIKH 
Of Oe Good n^Mtd 

Atlan&; Mid 18th Street 
Rev. Jotai O. Kehte, Mtatatar 
8:30 A.M.— Mormag Wosd# 
9:45 A.M.— ChunA School and 

Adult Bii^ Claasea 
11:00 / M._Momii« WtOrsMp 



EALA CHURCH OF CSOOST 

Back fey, Va. 
Gcae Hi^B, MUlar 

10:00 A.M.— fiiUe Sclwol 
11:00 AM.— Momfaig Wordrip 
7:30 P.M.— Evening Wor^ 

CHURCH OF CHRIST 

521 Va. Beach Blvd., Oceuia, Va. 
lames W. Medlh. Miabtar 

10:00 a.m.— Bible Study 
11:00 a.m.-«Mmtdng Worri^ 
6:30 p.m. Evenfa^ Worship 

LYNNHAVEN CMXJNY 
UNITED CHURCH 

Coi^regational Oir^ti»i 
Gre» Neck Road near Oiore Dr. 

Rev. Sara Ndsoa, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday Sduxd 
11:00 a.m. — Morning WivsNp. 

DIAMOND 9RD«;S 
CHR^riAN CHURCH 

Discqsles of ChrM 
6700 W. Haiko Road 
Near Little Oneek Perry 
G. David SarMvcs, Partor 
8:45 A.M.— Worship Swvice 
9:45 A.M.-€uod»y School 
11:00 A.M.— Worship SsVica . 
6:30 P.M.— Youdi Oraupa 



KEMP8VILLE BAPTBT CHURCH 

7120 KemiKvUle Road 
A. D. Btowit. ^iior 

9:45 A.M.— Sumtay Schorf 
11:00 A.M.— M<mitng Wonhip 
8:00 P.M.— Evening "Wtsidilp 



BAYflDE CHRBTIAN CHURCH 

Shore Drive and Gterawidl Road 
Eari L. Faiv^ RttMar 

9;45 A.M.— WoTsh^^ Service. 
9:45 A.M.-^unday SetooL 
11:00 A.M.— WonhH > Swviee. 

A^EfbnLY Cnr OOD 

Vii^iiMa Beach Bcmlevaid 
Em Laae — Oceana 
Rev. Samuel D. BelCT, Jr„ Pwtor 
9:45 a.m.— CSmrch School. 
11:00 ajn.— Mondng WonMp. 
7-JO p4n.Evai«elisaB Sarvk*. 



CHURCH OP GOD 

620 14th Stnet 
Bobby H. fi^^H. Pa^^ 

9:45 AM.— Soaday School 
1I«0 AM— Moiaint WonMp 
7:30 A.M.— Eve^s Woni# 

«6ALB,EB n'^WAL cmnua 

4«h aa d Pa<<fi ^-|?A 8-S373 

Her. Mafta % ^IMtm 

Aadstoatteetor 

8:80 a.«.-flOLV dOMMUNION 

10:00 ajn.— MORNING I^AYBR 

AND SERMON 

0Us^ Oaamaasm ist Suoday oi ea$h 



LUfVBUN €xajKm 

Baylake tieiet, Bw^te, Vkpaia 
KeaaaA^CMaaib 

8:30 A.M.— Wonhip Ses'vka 
9:45 A.M.— Cterefa Scbod 
11. -00 AM— Wor^ 8mk» 



P WMJt (MP PEACK 
LUIHEKAN CHURCH 

(Mnaouri ^nod) 
Itev. I. Ehaar Mc^^, Pastor 

Me«dii^ at Malibn School 
9:15 a.ffl.— Simday Sofaoel uid 

M)le Oem. 
10:30 a.m.— I^nsB Woi«hf> 
Holy Coffimonioa^lat cod M 
Swatey. 



VmC ttNU BEACH 
MraHOlNST CHURCH 

a07-18lh Sbeet 
REV. BEVERLY FELTY 

8:30 a.m.— WonMp Service SumaiCT 

MooMis 
9:45 a.ffl.— Church School 
11:00 ajB.— Worddp Sendee 



BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH 

Creeds 
. Ralph W. lobwBB, Pastor 
10:00 A.M.— Monrim Wonl^ 
11:00 A.M.— Chuidi Schod 



PLAZA MEIHOD^ Cmn^ 

Meetlns at Pta» ^ithool 
HERBERT G, ttOUB. Pastor 
9:45 AM.— MomiBg WorAlp 

11:00 A.M.— Church Schod 
7:00 P.M.— YouUi Fdbwdiip 



METmni^T CHURCH 

PriooeaB Anoe, Vngioia 
Rev. Flraak D. Jtanea 

10:15 a.m.— Chordb School 
11:13 ajn.— Mcmdnf Worddp 



METHODIST CHURCH 

Prini^a Anne, VMate 
Rev. Lc^iy Davtb IMMar 

9:45 a.m.— Chordi Schotrf. 
U.-OO aan.— MoraiBg Wwildp. 



WK H CmiVE 

wsrmtowt cavntx 

PriBoen ^^nae 
Ra^ W. Inhaiina, PMiw 
10:0u A.M.— Church ScTiOol 
11:00 A.M.-4^»aii« Woni# 



THALU MEIHODIST CHURCH 

Pine A^^ ft Va. ^aA ViH. 
Rev. B. J. CNacett, PasM 

9:45 a.m.— auoday Sdbool 
10:45 ajn.— Worridp 

Faaafcy 

METHODIST CHURCH 

Virghda Beach . Boulevard, Lymduvai 

DoM)^ Ehart, 
8:45 a.m. Md 11 a.m. „ 
9:45 a.m.— C^rcfa Scfaod 
6:30 pjn.— Youl^ Fdkymhip 

FRAN CB 

BvnHNnfr 

draat mck Road 
B. I. Tartar, ftator ' 

9:48 ajn.— Ckioch SAael. 
11:00 ajB.— Momhv Wonhtp 

Oili^tf ^fcffiMi ■■■tat 

ge ag awwHa 

MET1H>DeT CHURCH 

Great Neck Road. Ckxana, Va. 
Rev. Lee H. Ri(*a«ak, PHtot 

9:45 a.m.— Church Sd»d 
11:00 ajQ. — ^Morning VoriH^ 
7:30 pOB^Yoidh PtOoMlilp. 



HAYGOOD MA^KLtf, 
METHOD^ iHUkCtt 

B^ide ft Bay ^ore Reads 

laaM G. Imm fr.. frntot 

9:45 AJd.— Moral^ W<Kihip and 

cauBch School. 
11:00 A.M— Moniflt Wopl# md 
Omidi iehod. 

(Md DeaMllon ^Haeoprt ChwA 
449 Wttcb Dack R^mL Bayrilto 

8:00 A.M.— Hd^ OoonaalOD 

(Except diMing recKy's vaoaftioa.) 
10:00 A.M.— McMumg Prayer ai»l 
Seiraoa QKoly OmatanMlDe oa 
first Amrday of «ach QMOftb.) 



MEnMnnST 

AcfeMe — Kea^tvS^ 
Rev. A. P. Raadb 



9:45 aja.— iChuxdi Sctool. 
1 1:00 SA.— Momins Wordiki. 
7:30 p.m.-^¥of^ PellowdHp. 

LY^INRAVEN 

MEiHCHioT tmimcm 

Uttte Neck Road 
Rev. Walter A. WMUbaiii, 

9<43 tt«i.— ChiBKh Si&xd 
11:15 tfi.-4d omiai: WorA» 

K noiti btaad 

MEnTODorr church 

Knotts IslMid. RC. 
Robeit c Pttfaj fl^tawiir 
10:00 ajQ.— Suoday S^ol. 
11:00 ajn.— Wonlup S^vice. 

BAYLAKE METHINMSr CHlfltCH 

Shoxe Drive at Treasure bland Dr. 

Braide 

Mtaiistar, OSCAR S. GOOD 

8:30 ft II A.M.— Worship Service 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday Schod 



MEEHQblST CHURCH 

~m ^i^ , Vtrgiaia 
Rtf> WMMM A. Maua, ftr» 

10:(M ajn.— Otnidh SctooL 
11:00 a.m. — MOTant Wonh^. 

sALraf tmSSmt tmmm 

Rev. nnft m. 



10;(K> ajn. — ^MmdiS 
11:00 aji.— Qimdi SdKwI. 
7:30 pjn.— Youdi :Nlowri# 



Stftoot 

Word^ 



OCEANA 
CHURCH WT^ NAZAnUR 

S. Court House Rd^ Ooeoa. Va. 



9:45 
I(h4S 



tMaWfl BHAW CHUIKH 

Hetr RcMsiaa Coibct 

9:45 a.m.— SvndMr SdnoL 
11:00 a.m.— Mornuf Wonddp. 



vrmjm CHURCH 

Riat Sbeet, Qlenodt. Horftdk, Va. 
viama vossay^ ranar 

9:45 ajn.— Chorch ScAooL 
11:00 ajB.— Morafav WwAip. 

6:30 p.m.—'WhiMmi Pellowil^ 

6:30 p.m. — Pksoeor FeOowrfdp. 

8:30 pja.— Youag ftafte's ratow- 



PR^BYTEnAN CHUIKH 

^wffic AvmiM at 3^ Stnet 
tb^tf Ok bfargaa 
I. Pari VaaAKefc 



9:45 CSiardi Schooi 
1IK)0 Mtnubs WOTSfalp 
6:00 Youtbll^lewriiMia 
7:30-8:00— taidtay evening 
Vnper Sendee 



Chapel 



1HE PREnYTKIAN C^IUKH 

IN nUWniK ANNE PLAZA 

Weali $, MBsr. MWsler 

Sunday School -_ f :45 A.M. 

C3nir^ Service 11:00 A.M. 



■*■»- a -* ^ * * e 

8:30 A.M.— Wiorddp and CSncch 

Srfiool 
9:30 A.M.— Worship and Church 

Site<4 
IIHM A.M.— Worship aad Choich 

School. 



KING^ CnUNT 
niESBYl'EHAN CHURCH 

(Now aie^iiv ia tte King's Gnmt 
E lea w Bbay School) 
Rayaasad C PMoa, Partar 
9:30 AM.— Sm&iy Scho(^. 
11:00 AM.— Morning Woiabip. 



lYNWUV©* 
^SnYTlUAN CHURCH 

tlicr, Mnrloa R. WeMb, Jr., Miysta> 

9:45 84n.— Church Sdhool 
1 1 100 a.m.— MtHiriag Wonh^. 
6:30 p.m.— Y<Mtb Mtovd#. 
6:30 pjB.— Plooeer ttOambl^ 
7:30 pjn.-^vaDl^ Woiri^. 



PRBaYtnaANGBuica 

WoJW ^^e^ to jha 
Tnafla BeBMrttfy School 



9:30 A.M.— Moidiv Watsl# 
10:45 AJI.— Ctandi S^kmI 



nsras MunifHs 

LAMUN RD. 

9i4^ AM^-m0Kr School 
1I«B 




ff. HAKKAAU. CHURCH 

Wtm, A. K IHlM, ffaitor 
9:30 ajB.— &Bid^ ScbooL 
11:00 »M^-J&mAm Stfvtet. 




csdn'topen 
t]^ door 



^B a fMt nvtf parent 

"naCatoxdl fa M^ to pro- 
vide c«r childrai with rell- 
itfMis tn^«. Aid our chil- 
dren na«i this trahuag. But 
IKIY can't open fhft door. 

We awt eeiM with tliwu 
We must wwriiip WMy Sun* 
day . . . and take an actfva 
part in tlie e^tms and activi- 
ties of Mm Church for aduMi 
— not for ourseli^ akOM. 

For a child values aa- 
preme^ tl» example (tt hi* 
parents. II they I<m^ tJwlr 
CMivh — he lovw it too! If 
going to Church is too much 
troubto for tims — If a too 
■lach troubto lor hira tool 

God gava as ttasa littla 
so^ to love ... to aurtioa . . . 
to raise to Christian manhood 
and womanhood. And God 
Vive us ehw^Mi . . . to «Dridi 
our lives «fl4 thrirs. , 

And God |^n% w doMNi . . . 
toopeni 



THE CHURCH Wtm AU.* AU- POfl THB CHUfieH 



!%« t^wdi it A« gmtetf t^ar 
en Mitt tot At boUtttis ol ehM^ 

•taens OiHNh, mM»m jmrntcimer 
mt d«lUaitien en MBvivit. Then 
m» tour Rind nwinw'olqr avarjr 
imna iboaid aUod MtvioH i«p»* 



m: (1) rmMtmmmkt. m «« 

et Mi eewwii^ Mi aiMM. M) 
Iter «n Mribiaf te C%H«h ilNJr, 
«U^M«Ai Mi awnl ani a»t«U 

Mr ani iMd yoosBUs ddibr. 



CoKrHiM ItM, loiter AivCTtklnit SffVfet, be. 



t aiXMmW Vtt 



Y«. 



Sunday 
INalms 
100:1-6 



Monday 

Matthew 

7:13-23 



Tuaday 

MattlMW 

12:1-18 



W^iMday 
10:18-18 



Thur«lay 

JtHm 
10:1-11 



Friday 

Acto 

8:1-10 



Saturday 

Hebrews 

10:19-28 



THESE FIRMS UMIE YOU TO ATTVtt A OHM^H m 

Y€M« a«MCE mnm vmuc 



MURD^ DRUG CO., INC. 

Prompt, Effldeat Pnacrii^M S«vles 
34841U LoaAMBrHw.Va. 




SEASIDE MARKET 

Td^h^e OAS-9813 
23(d S«i«^ Vlr^Ua 



ROSrS 5.10.25e STORES, INC. 

389 3M St. ft 1981 Ateifie Ave«N 
Yoar SbopplHg Ccatar 



RUSSELL & HOmSS 



R. L. 



WhriMrie MMte aad AavtatoM 
MMIi^Ma baft Fead INvAwts 
. 2448 Vhdala teach Baahvaid 
Tel^ow MA I'fm Nwfdk, V 



CAVALIK GAIUMSE 

MHNBIY DUm^Y 

RailrlM. ftC^vdlar Dr. 
Dial GA 8-2131 ' VtagiBla Beai 



"Wb«r« Thnpiilag b a ne^we" 
1988 Athntlc Aveaaa Vir^da 

GA 8-4301 



wttcrs 

HILLTOP 
VIRGINIA BEACH 



NIXON EL^nUC 

Eh^irfeal Cortradmi — Csaarri 
Howe. Cw am e r c la l mrhq; — 4lgM 
C^nlar Air CuuflitoMii 
686 • 17th £ttrac«, Va. Ba^—PkiMM GA 8^711 



BRMIOEY'S SHM. SERVICE 

'7H»dfy ^irwk» ptm QmaibF Tfomtetf 
3M Street art MyTAveme 
Td^ne GA S-433Z Vhl^a 



CKTIFKD TV & AmiANCE CO. 

ISl EACT LinXE CREBC WO. SS8-S4J 

68M VA. MACH K,VD. 497-l< 



KniAM-EATON INSiNEANCE CO 



Reri ^tato — 
3113 rttme AvsMM — Titifhrnii GA 8.9: 



FLOWERS 
HERBERT HARREU FLORIST 

VA. B^CH AUTO SUH»IY, INC. 



AeoMSMlai^ Tools 
GA 8-6816 
CM . 17tt Stia^ 



W. A. WOOD INC. 



OCEAT^ OIM MARKET 
Maris 



Itaib FMisi 
ntow GA 8.IM1 



4- 



RUMHJI CML CO, 

FM CM w^ Kmotmm 

Mri GA 8.S3» 



ATLANTIC a^ANttS & iAUNMl 

287^14 ^-j^ ^k8-lS28 

BE-LO SUPKMARKET 

3^ Shaat ft AnMe A^na 
Vbi^Mi 



^mmMm'i esso sKVKwnm 



DW <U*M14 



BUIID^.«AMA 

COMPLETE REAL KTATE 
Laste Ri. at BBtop-Md 4M^8| 





Tboiq^s 




Do too imny calorits add up to 
a "round figure," where you're 
concerned? Help cut dwn — 
with delicious Sealtest Diet 
f<m^ Skim Milk! The re- 
freMf^ gOfKiness of whole milk 
-~at I ffliich lower "calorii 
coint" Delightful! 

vttMs winwvT m. m 

pyre, wholesome Sealtest Diet 
Fortified Skim Milk gives you 
ttje Important vitamins of whole 
milk, the minerals and the pro- 
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Sealtest Diet Fortified Skim Milk 
It ^?ecially tested ... and re- 
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woman in ultramodern Sealtest 
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Trust Sealtest to give you that 
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Diet Fortified Skim Mltk! 





BARBARA L, C^HliL, 

PUuntief, 

It, 

ojims 




Let Ui Help You With A 

SECOND MORTGAGE 

AT BANK RATES 

Ccmimercial oad Residential 

K. L JARD, RiAlT^ 
200 . 25tK $tr««l PheiwaAS-27M 



T^ M^ ^ ^^ wit tt ki 
otAaui % mnmar A V^miIo Ma- 
trunonii teMn th« said flUeidant, 
up(M| die ptMtEMis ^ li^^iy. 

AiKi an affidavit havi^ b^ 
made and filed ^at ^i^^ (mendai^ 
is a ntm-n^idbni oi ^m ^te <^ 
Virginia, ^ tost iamm po^ 
ctffice a^Kss bein|: 8W Mili- 
tary Highway, Norfolk, Vi^ioia. 

Not resident ^ the l^te c^ 
Virginia, it is oitler^ <tat Ik &> 
appear here wittin ten (10) days 
after due publkation herec^, and 
do what may be n^nessary to 
prot^^ his unrest m this suit. 
A tvpf — ^T^ti, 

JOHN V. FENTRKS, Qerk 

BY: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Broudy, Baker & Broudy, p.q. 
Virginja Naticmal Bank Builcui^ 
Nomrfk, Virginia 

9-26-4TH 



S^^^ %m^ m^^Bm, TTwr^ty, Odober 10, 1963 



P|^S4 




4^2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTK>N 



AfeMM^XMG^nS 






lbs. Il^e'f Sems^ Room 
Milk laoted It ii^ 

AB types tfleMtwnd, dr^smaki^. 



11 tfwwusrtitlon 



ANNOUCEM»m 



to special NoNcM 



GUTTAR USSONS — TradittmiA 
styl^ tMigM. Call .^Jioe Wmlaex 



T, < ' » ' B - 



*-i«i 



MERCURY-METEOR-CWliT 



Complete Service On All Makes Of Cars 

PKKUP and DEUVEJfnf 
Factory - Traineil MMhmics 




Tidvwator's 

Olttoft Exclusiv* 

A^rctiry 

MOTORS. «NC. 

%^ V^inta N«ch Blvd. - Virginia BMch - 427-71 21 



ZJSAiU^ FOLX^TVI^ BimSO 
Qualified tul^r with prof^toul 
badEgroiUMt wiU t^Kdi yon to 
pli^ the tradiUonal 5 ^rii^ 
banjo. Mounteio, Fdk and 
Bluegra^ styles taui^t. Also 
Folk Guitjff. 4^^16a 



A A P IMv^^^ hic.— We will 
(Mivo- ^NiTfCar to <ur tmex »iy 
d^. BcuKtod dxiveia. &dl 635- 
0104. 



Help build General Hospital 

with ywir dollars — ^for your 

good heatthU Call ^^6381 
General Ho^Had of Virginia 



you cm eit 

RBUEF FkOM 

HEADACHE PAIN 

STANBACK gives you FAST rtlM 
from paiM of headache, neuralgia, 
neuritis, ami minor ^ins of vttiriti^ 
rheumatism, lecause STANBACK 
contains several ine(iically-^oved 
and prescribed ingredient for fast 
relief, you can taM STANBACk with 
confidence. Satisfaction guaranteed! 

^ Tm^ Sm^ IM «** 

Malmt cny 

prMarstiofl 

you^ve svar 

umd 




10« 2S# 69# 9fi« 





The phone's ringing! 

(She needs a bedroom extension! How ^)out you?) 




'Hm%Vann.hekk^^^m» . . . for flw Mgs it ttv^ flw 
pnviey it ^^s, dH nighttiine Kcori^ jfw tmd . . . sid te 
ipe touA (rf cokx it o^ a^ ^o. C^w^ ton beip, Uiie, ' 
fUi, y^tm, t^iqaabi w ifi^ite, in the styfe |oa '^tSt. 
' CM C£? today, well bi^ t&mtvi ^w. 




vjdXiSlUitt SCMmflS vO tIX^Bu 

B^teh metL tocm <vrattts to join a 
car Pod to downtown NorfoU:. 
tisMm 9 to 5. Wnte &m-News, 
Bos 114 

, AUTOMOTIVE 



MEKCHm^S 



n l^out^M Gaeds 



PUICnITURE— Jlatti^ and 
qpru^ books, ^sks, chairs^ 
UM^ chejists. All very reason- 
M&. Hiriz Bazaar at Oceaiu. 
Open 9 to 9. GA 8-70^. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



21 AvtomobllM For Sala 



FOR SALE 1963 TRUIMFH m4 
Uke new conditron. Saciifioe. 
Qedl m. MaAtox at 4:^1242 
^ furtlnr Inlonn^ton 



IteROJRY — t9S6 l^otelafr, 4- 
door hardtop sedjm. RkUo ukI 
heater. Exeunt / e(aKttti<m. 
GA8-7«04 $306. 



MSncUBY— 1^7 tw^HkKU- hard- 
top. RkUo, lealer, fowar ste^- 
h^ power faralBes and power 
windows. In es^eirt condi- 
tbm. Walt be aeoi to be ^)pre- 
ckled. Priced for quick sale at 
1800. tOall GA 8-2401. 



101 Kaeww WHhemt Boar«i 

Nioe ideq)ing roota for rent to 
eUtmfy My, heated. Breakfast 
privi^es if deaied. For fui- 
fl»r taformation, caH GA 8-7704 
aft^ 6 pjn. and afl day &itur- 
dty and Sunday. 

<1I1 Aparfwwnts FMrnirtwd 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartmantt Ftfrniahad 



1-2^ room apartnMnts. 97&41^ 
UMUith. Utilities furnish^. Sun 
Tide Motel. DIM 428-18^. 



^diekHT Aparlznent. AH utilkies 
inclu<ted. Centrally located. $75 
y«ff round rental. GA8-36M 
or ^5-1947. 



REAL EH'ATE FOR SALE 



124 HousM For UH 



FOLLY RANCH, 1400-I7th St, 
el^ai. modmi rooma, ef fid- 
encMs. 1 and 24)edroom apart- 
ments. Rea»Hiable weekly, 
monthly, or annual rates. 



FURNISHED or UNFURNBHES) 
—2 bedroooB,, living room, 
chning to«n. Wirter furnished. 
^ a moMai, yearly rei^al. 
GA 8-3^0 or ^hl947. 



1 14 Houww For Rwtt 

NEW 3 BEDROOM HOUffi — 2 
bati^^ air amditkmed. Yearly 
rental. Good nei^borhood. 
Cooper Beaky, 504 Laskin Rd. 
^1330. Nights 428^833. 



BAY CaX)NY— Lovely 3 bed- 
room, 2 bath home on 100' % 
IW corMr lot. Brick veiwer, 
oil heat, one bednxun air^con- 
ditlM^. Imn^diate possession. 
Financing available. Owner. 
Call GA 8-2401 days and GA 
8^^1 after 5M pm. 

128 Raal Estata Wantad 



APARTMENTS AND HOUS3S— 
iUmislKd or unfumish^. M 
price ranges. Cooper Realty, 
504 Laskin Rd. 4^1%0. Nights 
4^8833. 



fWKDH Er€> — Completely fur- 
nMied, 34}edroom house. Hesrt^ 
and water furnished. $135 
nwnthly. GA 8-7453. 



VAUXHALL 1958 — Runs well. 
It^:%Me4 Octobe*. 24 miles per 
^^n. Good second car. $300. 
GA8-160e. 

26 Mobil* Hornet For Sala 



CX»frtNEIOTA!L— Must sell now. 
MstsB to ctffer. 45' x 6'. Perfect 
ccmdMton. 40' awnmg induded. 
10' X 20' room attached. Pbone 
GA8-£S91. 



BUSINESS ^RVICES 



30 AfqriianM SarvicM 



VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover. 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. Phone GA 8-4222. 
Fuel Feed & Buildiug Sup- 
pU^ Inc. 



31 luinnNg— Rapalrt^ 



NEW Mm REPAIR WORK 

I^my^ffig — Heatlpi 

Bectyfcal — Air Con^toning 

PRSNOSSS AN^ FI^UMBING 

AM> WLiXJW^NL 

Sm>flifiBS, 1^. 

Phone ^6-^60 



32 Dranmaking — Sawing 



ALTERATIONS— M 4ypes. Out- 
^de jobs accepted. Call Mrs. 
IQgbt at Beisons GA 8^3961 or 
come in 317 Laiiin Rd., Vir- 
ginia Beach. 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Halp Wantad— Famala 



WAFTRESS — White,, over 21. 
Must be experiencai and neat. 
Salary pli^ tips. Lyni&aven In- 
let area. Ho^ds 5 p.m. to 12 M. 
464-0174 or 464^823. p 



43 PotiHen Wanted— Famala 



BABYSnTEJR-Wm care for a 4 
year oW boy for a working 
moOier. -^8-87M. 

MEROUNOISE 



90 Articlas For Sal* 



COl^OUE — Stager. Excellent 
condit«« $m. Shopraiith with 
ac<^sos%s, $125. ^8-6328. 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS— 1^^.88 
compBately installed, heavy 
Aify T ports, with four linM 
(100 feet), Kt in concrete. 
PtaM GA8-42^. Fuel, Feed 
ft Biding Supp^. bic. 



93 MovsaMd Goods 



APFU/U^ICSS— 'Bargiini in good 
ttsad refrigerat<^ fre^z^ 
nj^^ •w^jajij^ madiines, dry- 
m. T&ms to wit. EQrtz Bazaar 
at. Q&ma. Open 9 to 9. GA 

8-7cna 



30Ui street — Complefcdy fur- 
m^ied, modern apartments. 
H^t and water included. 2 bed- 
rooms — $115 per ^gpnth. 1- 
bedro«n — $65 per month. 
GA 8-7453. 



RUDEE MOTEL APARTMENTS 
1, 2 bedroom efficiencies com- 
pteteiy furnished. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can furnish ev- 
erything but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA8W50, GA 
8-9701. 



LARGE 3 rooms and bath, heat, 
lights, and hot water included 
Couple. $67.50. Call GAfr3847 
after 7 p.m. or all day Sunday 
and Monday. 

HOLIDAY HOUSE MOTBL-JOn 

* tl» Oceim at 14th St. Bffidenigr 

apartment. All utilities fura- 

i^ed. Also rooms for rent 1^ 

week or month. 428-M28. 



116 Buainaaa Placaa For Rant 

OUKE SPACE for ren*. Large 
«■ andl. Heart of Virginia 
Beach borough. Reasonable. 
Doug Seffloms I^kl^Srtaile. GA 
8-8533 office. GA 8^70 home. 



Li^ with your nei^ibor for per* 
mnal service. We Med homes. 
lots, acrea^, small farms, du- 
plexes. We take trade-ins, a^ 
purchase equities. JU 8-5431» 
ni^its 428-2164. 

Letha Fondren 
WALKER RE.\LTY, mC. 

Clients waiting. We need lis^ 
ings. Two offices with 20 sales- 
men. Member MLS. Call Roland 
Hyde at our 

NEW BEAOT OFfKE 

4284110, nights 428-1490 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 



117 Wanted To Rant 



We need 2, 3 and 4 bedroom 
homes and sftartments. Two of- 
fices with 4 full time rentsd 
agents to serve you. Call Mrs. 
OJah M the 
'NEW BEACH OFFICE 
4284110, nights 428^13 
LMIASAN REALTY CORP. 



IEaL ESTATE FOR SALE 

122 Apartmantt For Sala 



GATBWOOD PARK — New du- 
plexes. Low Maintenance. At- 
tractive w>oded lots. Priced to 
sdl quick. 

DeHart Coistructi<m Corporation 
3408311 3408591 3408790 



lf8-A Uistlngs Wantad 



Results— Action— buying or sell- 
ing. Free valuation. We know 
the Beach. list wilh us. CaM 
Bill MdKnight at our 
NEW BEACH OFFICE 
4284110, nights 428-7382 
LARASAN REALTY CORP. 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



MERCHANDISE 



124 Housos For Sal* 



42nd Street— Yearly, water in- 
cluded, living room, bedroom, 
bath, kitdien, breakfast rown, 
screened porch, storage atitic^ 
two dosets. Couple preferred. 
GA 8-1722. 



42nd Street— nea- Cavalier hotd. 
Bachelor apartment, yearly. 
Water induded. Gas h^. 
Screened porch. AvaiM)le now. 
GA 8-1722. 



Furnished !>nd unfumi^ed one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 

Ocean Court Motel Apartments, 
206-19th Street. Effidency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Als}, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished roonu. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



2 Bedrcwms, knotty pine living 
room, modem kitchen and 
bath. New refrigerator and 
s^ove. C^ after 6 P.M. JU 
74776. ReasonaUe reirt. 



letto Street — 2*edroom steam- 
heated. Suitable for 2 couples. 
Reasonable. Also 24fch St. 1 ot 
2-bedroom ai»itment for y«irty 
rental. Reasonable. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-1286. 



2«h Sb«e?t '— Efficiency apart- 
m««t, ffliitaWe fcnr coujrte or 
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Virginia Beach SUN-NCWS, Thursday, Qfetober 10, 1963 
Pi^ 6-B 

^ -^ ■■ |- I III I I - I * I ■ !■ 

TV SCHEDULE 





CBS— WTAR-TV ( SJ 

NBC— WAVY-TV (10) 

ABC— WViC-TV (13) 

MONDAY thru FRIDAY 
MORNINO 



T:00 ( 3) — SunrtH Semeaier 

(I*)— Todv 

(13) — nn«r«'..^j Al|4i«l)«l 
T:8ft <tO) — Today* Wealbcr 
«tM ( ») — VHI Beporu 

(I*)— lk)d«r 

; IS)— Timothy Tli« "nsymaknr 
T;35 j 3> — Almanac 
7 40 ( ») — Mahalls Jsrkaon 
ti4ft I 3) — Lin 3p MlM ITM 
T:U ( S) — Nfw* 
•Mi ( S> — TMMBiii Kanraroo 
*!»» M«) — Today U Tldewaliw 

»:00 I a) — Boio'n Cartoon Theatre 
U0> — Hiiliway Patrol 
<I.")> — A rue t*vln 
ttlft (13) — Movre 
0-iri { :!> — B«ms and Alien 
• :30 (10) — The Best at GroudiB 

tin) — ♦ttf* B »'ni'nd TnWri 
»:40 (13) — Monilnir Movie 
Bofi I 3» — I>r Whtt«)<iin.i 
10 too ( :)) — TBS Morning Ne/fi wHh 
Mike Wullaoe 
<!•» — S»i- When 
|«»i«/l (in) — NBC N 
MiSa ( 3) — I Lots 

(10) — Word For 
tlHM I 31 — The M 

( 10) — Coneentrat' 
(13) — Price Id 
11:30 ( 3)— Pele A 

(10) — MUslnv L{ 
(13>- -Seven K 

' AFTERNOON 

18:00 ( »)— I^ve of Life 

(10) — ^Tour First Impression 
<I.H) — Ttrmfnm Ernie Ford 
12:36 ( 3)— CBS News 
18:30 ( 3) — Search For Tomorrow 
(tll>— Triilb or Conse<iueBOW 
(IS) — Father Knows ^Jest 
It 148 < Il> — The Otiidlnr Utlit 
l*:M (!•> — NBC News RwraTt 
t:M ( a) — Mildred Alerander Show 
with John Wareinr 
(1«> — TMslln* Fm IVnllan 
nS' — fjonerai Hospital 
1:25 (10)— Weather 
IlM ( S)— As The World Tumt 
M*i — rMutt"- Fn nallars 
(13) — Vove That Bob 
1:60 (10) — News 
8:00 ( 3) — J^ssword 

(10) — People Will Talk 
(13) — Ann Southern 
8:86 (10)— NBC News 
8:30 ( 3) — House Party 
( 1 o ( — The Doftors 
(13) — Day In Court 
8:54 (13) — LUa Howard News 
•!«• ( S) — To Tell the Truth 
''I*)— Ixiretta Toumr Show 
(13)— Queen Fnr A Day 
JliM ( >) — nnnrlas BMwarda 
8:80 ( 3)— Edre of Nlrht 
(10) — Ton Don't Sv 
"S) — Whn TVi Ton Trm* 



THURSDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( 3) — Secret Storm 

(10)— The Match Game 

( 13) — Trailmaater 
4-iH (10) — NBC News 
4:30 ( 3) — Seven t«a«lle Boots 

(10) — ^Make Room for Daddy 

(13) — Dii>covery 
8:00 ( 3)^News at Five 

(101— ''ooTMleflt Pappy'a Club Ahoy 
5:00 (13) — Mifkev Mouse 'CU* 
.6:0* ( 3) — Dr. Whltehurst Reports 
R-10 t a) — A''vpp«"res in Paradise 
B:30 (10) — Huckleberry Hound 
8:00 (10) — News at Six 
« 05 (13) — Harry Dosrirelte 
6 10 ( 8) — Sports Roundup 
«:15 ( 3) — TV Reporter 

<iai — Ron Cwhnan« 
6:88 < 8) — Weaiherman 
6:30 ( 3) — CBS News 

(10) — Huntley- BrinkJey Report 

(IS) — Maverick 
7:00 ( 3)— Death Valley Days 

(10) — Zane Grey 

I (Ml — ll>ti'T.»() 

7:30 ( 3)- -IPawword 

(10) — Temple Houston 
(13) — Flintston^ 
8:00 ( 3) — Rawhide 

(1S> — Donna Reed Show 
«:30 (10) — Dr. Kildare 

(13) — My Three «ions 
fll:00 ( 3) — Perry Mason 
(13) — Jimmy Dean 
8:30 (10)— Haiel 
. , (13) — MoHale's Navy 
10:00 ( 3)— The Nurse* 

(10) — Suspense Theatre 
113) — HUlie Ailams 
10:30 (13» — Course of Human Events 
11:00 ( 3) — 11th Hour Final 

1«» — mie<-Bfi OVInHi R*TWT> 
(13) — Mnmhv Mar*)" 
11 1ft r S) — nth Hour Weather 
11 15 (10) — Weatlier 

( 13i — Btn Brady 
11:15 ( 3) — Steve Allen Show 
11:80 ( 3) — ^Dr. Whitehurst Reports 
( ID) — Snort* 
(f"»» ■»^«-.»». 'V 

11:88 ( 3)— Movie Time 
(13) — 'Rieatre 13 

f ■"• ••" ' -'Mf 

1:00 (10) — ^News 
(13)^ — Sirn Off 



FRIDAY EVENING 

4:00 ( 3) — Secret Storm 

(10) — The Mati'h Game 
( 1 3) — ^Trallmasler 
4:25 (10) — NBC News 
4:30 ( 3) — Ivanhoe 

(10) — Make Boom lor Daddy 
(13) — Discovery 
4:i» (13) — Mickey Monee CSub 
5:00 ( 3) — News at Five 

(10) — Poopde<k Pappy's Club Ahoy 
5:00 (13) — ^Mickey Mouse CliHi 
8:06 ( 3) — Dr. Whitehurst Report* 
6:10 ( 3) — Surf side 6 
5:30 (10) — Super Car 
6:00 (10) — News at Six 
B;05 (13) — Harrv Dorrette 
fi:10 ( 8) — Sports Roundup 
6:16 ( 3) — ^TV (Reporter 

(13) — Ron Cochrane 
6:26 ( 3) — Weatherman 
6:80 ( 3) — CBS News 

(10) — Huntlf^-Brinkley Report 
(13) — M»veri<* 
7:00 ( 3) — liee Marvin Show 
(!•) — Bat MaMersfin 
( 18) — ^F ■oken Arrow 
7:30 ( 3) — ^The Great Adventure 

(10) — Tnternatinnsl <»howtime 
(13) — 77 Sunset Strip 
8:30 ( 3) — Rotjte 66 
(10) — Bob Hope 
(l*>t— Btirke'x law 
»:30 ( 3) — Twiliirbl Zone 
(in) — Harry's (Jirls 
(13) — Farmer's Dauirhter 
10:00 ( 3) — AlfnvJ Hitchcock 
10:00 (10) — Ja<'k Paar Show 

(18) — ^Firtt of the Week 
(13) — Storj- of , . . 
10:45 (13)— Make That Spare 
11:00 ( 3) — 11th Hour Final 

»1«l — Flei-en nvin,.|t SsnoH 
(13)— Mnrphy Martin 
11:10 ( 3) — nth Hour Weather 

(13) — Bill Brady 
11:18 ( 3) — S!«ve Allen Show 

»i«) — ^w.aJher 
11:80 (10) — Sports 
11:87 (13) — Shock Theatre 

12:45 ( 3» — ^Movie 
• -mtt '»•»- •"»»» 

1:00 fl3»— ^iin Off 



J:SO 

7:00 



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SATURDAY 

MORNING 



(10) — Vam Sbem 
(10) — Clpcto 10 Ranch 
( 3)— Boao Comedy ThMtn 
(10) — Plral*e D«i 
(13)— Come<^ Time 
( 8)— Captain Kannroo 
(181^ — Batter Bill 
(10) — Ctpisin ShIpwreA 
(18) — Barker Bill 
( 3> — Alvin Show 
(10) — Super Car 
(IS) — ^Morning- Movie 
( f) — teantmrnte Tuxedo 
im—*aU ft Sad# 
(1»— HimiJw aiovto 



10:00 ( 3) — Qnk* Draw MicOraw 

(10) — iHector Heatheote 
l*lS» « S>— MtrMy Mof>« 

(10)— Fireball XL-6 

( IS) — Jetsens 
II iM * a) — Rln Tin Tin 

(10) — Dennis The Menaoi 

( 13) — Ca«per Cartoon 
11:30 ( 3> — •Roy Ro»er» 

( 10) — Fury 

HS> — R«>nny * Cecil 
11:45 ( 3)— NCAA Football 

AFTERNOON 



13:0O 



1 :00 



( 3) — Sky KinsT 
(10) — Sjrt. Preston 
< 13)— Bun Bunnv 
( 3) — BaKcball with Dizjy Dean 
( 3) — Saturday (iame of the Week 
( 3>— Do You Kniiw 
( 10) — Bull winkle 

(131 — Marie Lan^ of AUakai»« 
( ;i)_p„„|t,«ii Kiikoff 
( 10) — Explorini? 
(i:)i— Mt^ Friend Flicka 
( .1) — NCAA 

(10) — Major I^eiafrue Baselwll 
( 1 3 ) — A merican Bandstand 
1 1(P — Mr. Wi7,ard 
(1(11 — Saturday Matinee 
(13) — Broken Arrow 
(13) — Story of . . . . 
(Kti — Champ. Bowlinir , 
( 13) — Saturday Matinee 
(13) — American Golf Claa^ 
( in) — Top Star Bowlinir 
( 3) — ("alifomlans 
( 1(1) — CoUetre Football Hiirhliirlits 
(13) — AFL Hiuhliirhts 
( 3) — Porter Wagoner Show 
(10)— NFI., Football HiBhIiirhta 
(CO — ■wwp World of Sports 
( 3)— Movie 
(10)— Captain Gallant 



EVENING 



6:00 ' S'* — "f ,e ralifornirTw 

(10) — All Star Wres(lln» 
6:.10 ( 3) — Porter Wafmer Show 

(13) — Pre-Olympic Show 
7:00 ( 3) — Contact 
(10) — The Rebel 
(13) — Sea Hunt 
7:30 ( 31 — Jackie Gleason 
(10) — The Lieutenant 
(13) — Hootensnny 
B:30 ( 3) — ^Ptiil Silvers 

(10) — Joey Bishon Show 
(13) — Lawrence Welk 
0:00 (10) — Saturday Night at the Movies 
( 3) — Defenders 
(13) — Jerry Lewis 
9:30 ( 3) — Have Gun, Will Travel 
10:00 ( 3) — fJunsmoke 

(13) — Fiirht of the Week 
10:45 (1.1) — M:>ke That Spare 
11:00 ( 3) — Newc 
(10) — News 
(13) — News - 
11:10 ( 3) — Weather 
(10) — Weather 
11:16 ( 3)— Sports 
( 10) — Sports 
(13)— Theatre 13 
(10) — Biir Movie 
1:20 ( 3) — Ml Niirht Movie* 
(10) — Movie 
11:30 (13) — Bill Brady 
11:45 (13) — Theatre 13 
1:00 (10) — News 
1:10 (K^— Thourht For 709*7 
1:15 (13) — Siim Off 



1 SudftR lak* 
5 Numb«r t«a 
10 WUd hog 

IS ncture 
I61ri«li 
Oaelte 

17 Waniint 

18 A ptrafflour 

19 Abhor 

20 Bxplod* 
Imidly 

22 HapiV 

24 Cuty 

25 Slender 
frmgments 

26 Containing , 
salt 

29 Two times 

30 Sheeplil^e 

31 Copj 

32 OceupatioB 

35 Not brief 

36 AlMiort>ed , 
(poet.) 

37 Bird 

38 Number 

39 WelgMs 

40 Harass 

41 Gratings 

42 Postptmes 

43 Shortest 
distance 



' 47 Fmimm 
48$*eiis -^ 
again ^ 

52 War god 

53 DM»ior^t 

55 Weed^ 

56 DocheM 
of— .^ 

S7UUn 
SStoootb 
S9W(Wk 
toitts 
60 Tolerat* 
61FMU 



Down 

1 Lump 

2 Abode 

3 Encourage 

4 Indicating 

5 Distend 

6 Express 
feeling 

7 Cavern 

8 Life-time 

9 Abandoned 

10 Conduct 
iHieself 
properly 

11 Harangue 



vta 



EN 



MMl 



GJUU ULinElCIUlJU 

piaonn nnncM piani 
finwn naraan cic30a 
aau nannini ciPi r^nn 
nrinr'innniri ndriHHH 
■■■aarian dRnnnnn 
3D aau i%mni anm 
:iti]aaiainD[?[iininF3nn 



,12 Flower 
13 Tall 
grasses 

21 Not any 
23 Parasites 

25 Trades 

26 Alone 

27 Bard of-- 

28 Unit of 
printing , 

29 Trolleys 

31 Exchange 

32 San 

33 Above 

34 Wagers 
36 Water 

extra<;ton 



37 Collapsed 

39 Smite 

40 Vibri^lng 
vessri 

41 Qllstois 

12 Rely 

13 Chap (slang) 
44 down 

quUt 

45 Increasing 

46 Car 

48 City of seva 
hills 

49 Church part 

50 Timber 

51 Dispatch 
54 Decay 



SUNDAY 
MORNING 



7:00 ( 3) — Sunrise Semester 
T:»« « »»- .noro romedv Theatre 

(13)— Fisher Family 
8:00 (13) — The Chris'opher* 

•..oil ( •ni v„„(„r Wnv^hip 

8!3e (!•) — Sacred Heart 

( 1 3) — (Thikircn's fJospcl 
9:00 ( 3)— iPublie Service 
I (10) — Faith For Today 
(13) — Birf Picture 
9:30 ( 3) — This Is The Life 
'»»)^Her»l<) "' TruUl 
(13) — Comedy Time" 
10:00 ( 3) — Lamp Unto My Feel 
ltn\ — •rt,!. T» "Ch* Answer 
(lil) — Sunday Theatre ! 

10:30 I :<) — I-ook Cp and Live 

(10)— Lirtt Onto My Path 
11:00 ( 3) — Tsmera Three 
(10) — Church Service 
ll!30 ' •<) — l.oiiw. of Wnr^ip 
(10) — Live and Learn 
(13) — Brave Stallion 

AFTERNOON- 

18:00 ( 3)— Bowling lip* 

(10) — Topic 

(13) — Maeic Ranc-h 
18:16 ( 3) — New* iind Weather 
18:30 ( 3) — Spotlieht en Sports 

(10) — Catholic Hour 

(13)— Yon Are There 
12:45 ( 3)— NFL Klckoff 
1:00 ( 3) — NFL Foottoall 

( 10) — ^Sunday Showcase 

(13) — Diwoverv 
1 :30 I 3»— Real Estate 

(I'll — Issues and Ansyere 
2:30 (13)— APL Football 
3:00 (10) — Ladies PGA Goll 
3:^n ( 3) — Football S'-oryboard 
4:00 ( 3) — Face The Nation 

(13) — Brave Stallion 
4;30 (10) — Top Star Bowlinsr 

I 3) — Amateur Hour 

(13) — You Are There 
8:00 (13) — Sfience Fiction Theatre 

( 3) — FIvinif Fisherman 
5:30 ( 3) — Probe 

(10) — n-E eolle?e Bowl 

(13) — Brave Stallion 



EVENING 



«:00 
6:30 

T:M 

7:30 

8:00 
8:30 
9:00 

«:.'*• 

10:00 

10:30 
11:00 

11 :15 

11 :1B 

1 1 30 

I 2 :00 

]'J :)5 

< •««v 

1:10 



( 3) — Twentieth Century 
(to) — Meei The Pre** 
(13) — Broken Arrow 
I .St — M- Pd 
(10) — Bill Ellias 
(13) — Maverick 
I 3)— r.HW" 
(10) — Bill Dana 
( 3) — My Favorite Martian 
in)_ W»1l TW«n»" 

(13) — Jamie M"PheeterB 

( 3) — Ed Sullivan 
(13) — Jane Wyman Preeenti 

( 10) — Grindl 

(13) — Arrest & Trial 

( 3) — Judy Garland 
(10) — Bonanza 

( S) — True Theatre 

( 3) — (•andid Camera 
(10) — Dupont Show 

( q>_Wh-t'» M- T.ine 
( 13) — Sunday Xisht Movie 

( 3) — H'-rrv B«><taoner 
(10) — Weekend News 
( 13) — Ham- DorFctte 

I 3) — CJvanelnK Times 

(13) — Weather 

( .ii—Movie 

( 3) — Doiible Feature 
(13) — News 
(13) — Siira Off 
' in> ••-.«•. 

(10) — Thoupht For Today 



MONDAY EVENING 



4:00 



4:25 
4:30 



0:10 
.6:15 



6:26 
8:30 



7:00 

7:80 

8:00 
8:30 

9:00 

8:30 
10:0e 



( 3) — Secret Storm 
(10) — ■nie Mat/^h Game 
(1 3) — Trailmaster 
(10) — NBC News 
( 3) — Flyinir Doctor 
(10)— Make Room for Daddy 
(13) — Discovery 
( 13)— Mickey Mouse Ch* 
( 3)_N(.ws at Five — Ray Shonse 
(10) — Poopdeck Pappy's Club Ahoy 
( 3) — Dr. Whitehurst Reports 
( 3) — Bronco 

(10) — Quick Draw McOraw 
(in)— News at Six 
(13) — Harrv Dorrette 
( 3) — St>orts Roundup — Jeff Dane 
( 3) — TV Reporter — LaVeme Wat- 
eon 
(13) — Ron Cochrane 
( 3) — Weatherman — Andy iRobert* 
( 3) — CBS News 
(10) — Huntley-Brinkley Report 
(13)— Maverick 
( 3) — Battle Line 
(10)— The Detective* 
( 13)— Xedi« 

( 3)— To Ten Tbe Truth 
(10)— Moniia^ Nlrht at the Movies 
(13) — Outer Limit* 
( 3) — I've Sot A Secret 
( 3) — Lucy Shoy 
(13) — Wa*oB Trtain 
( 3) — Danny ThomOB 
<13) — ^Whatever Hsppmed To Bw- 

( 3) — Auir Griffith 
(10)— Bollywood Stan 
( 3) Vm «d»/Weit SMa 




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Shakespeare's 'Tempest/ To Be Televised 



William Shakespeare's "The 
Tempest," starring Maurice Ev- 
ans, Richard Burton, Roddy Mc- 
Dowall, Tom Poston and Lee 
Remick, will be telecast again in 
color on NBC's "Hallmark HaU of 
Fame" Sunday, Oct. 20 (6-7:30 
p.m. EDT). The production, (a re- 
peat of Feb. 3, 1960) was adapted 
for TV by John Edward Friend. 
The production was designed by 
Rouben Ter-Arutunian. 

'Gt'orge Srhaefer was the pro- 
ducer-director of "The Tempest' 
and music for the production was 
composed and directed by Leh- 
man Engel. 

Evans, who plays Prospero, 
had made five other appearances 
in Shakespearean plays for "Hall- 
mark" prior to this portrayal of 
the exiled Duke of Milan. Critics 
hailed his performance as Pros- 
pero in glowing terms — ranging 
from "clear and fine" to "digni- 
fied, commanding." 

As the brutish Caliban, Burton 
also won notice for his "sullen 
and oddly appealing" portrayal. 

McDowall as the faithful sprite, 



who attempts to aid Prospero in 
regaining his rightful throne, was 
cited in numerous reviews for his 

"eerie and ethereal makeup — ^a 
supreme woric of art," as well as 
for the dramatic portrayal "itself, 
hailed as "appealing" and a 
strange role played with "just the 
right touch of pathos." 

Poston, known for his TV com- 
edy portrayals and suteequently 
for his Broadway appearances in 
modern-day comedies, plays a 
buffoon, Trinculo. Liam Redmond 
is seen in the role of Gonzalo. 

Miss Remick portrays Pros- 
pero's daughter, Miranda, in a 
fashion described by one reviewer 
as "beautiful and perfect," by 
another as "fresh and utterly 
lovely." A third spoke of the "en- 
trancing picture she pre9ented."s 
Prior to her appearance as Mir- 
anda, Miss Remick had the screen 
role of the wife in "Anatomy of a 
Murder," and later, following! 
"The Tempest," starred in the j 
movie version of "Days of Wine 
and Roses." 

Ronald Radd is seen as Ste- 



phano and William M. Bassett as 
Ferdinand. Others in the cast In- 
clude Geoffrey Lumb as Alonso, 
William Le Massena m Antonio, 
Paul Ballantyne as Sebastian and 
Chris Oampel as the boatswain. 
Carl Haxnis provides of^ftage 
voice. 



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(10) — Sinr Alonir With Mitch 

(13) — Breakinr Point 
10:30 ( 3)— Stump The Star* 

( 1 )— Com mand BrieUnr 
11:00 ( 3)— 11th Hour Final 

I >W) — k.li)veu u Ulock KeiKUt 

(18)— New* 
11:10 ( 3)— Weather 

(13) — Bill Brady 
11:16 ( 3)— Steve Allen Show 

(10) — Weather 
11:80 (10) — Sport* 
11:27 (13)— Theatre 13 
11:30 (101 — Tniirht Show 
1:00 (13)— Siim Off 



TUESDAY EVENING 



4:00 f 3) — Secret Storm 

(10)— The Match Game 

(13) — Trailmaster 
4:28 (10)— NBC News 
4::«) ( 3)— Trails West 

(10) — Make Room for Daddy 

(^3) — DiseoveiT 
5:00 (i 3)— Mickey Mouse Club 
6:00 ( 3) — News at Fiva— Ray Shonse 

(10)— Poopdeck Puppy's Club Ahoy 
6:05 ( 3)— Dr. Wlltehnrst Report* 
6:10 ( 3) — Follow The SuB 
6::J0 (10)— Topi Bear 
«:00 (10) — News at Six 
B 05 (13) — Harry Dofr^ette 
6:10 ( 3)— Snorts Roundup, . 
6:16 ( 3)— TV R^Kirter 

(13) — Ron Cochrane 
6:25 ( 3)— Weatherman 
8:30 ( 3)— CBS New* ' 

(10)— Huntley-Brinkley Report 

(131— Maverick 
6:45 (10) — Huntley-Brinkley Report 
7:00 ( 3)— The Saint 

(10)— Rifleman 
7:,30 (10)— Mr. Novak 

(13)— Combat 
8:00 ( 3 (—Red Skelton Hour 
8:30 ( 3)— Talent Scout* 

( 1 0) — Rediro 

(13)— McHalee Navy 
9:00 ( 3)— Petticoat Junction 

(101 — Richard Boone 

(13) — Greatest Show on Earth 
0:lf (1.3)— Movie 
a-.^fb I 3) — Jack Benny Prosrara 

(10) — Dick Powell Theatre 

(13)— Untouchables 
10:00 ( 3) — Garry Moore Show 

(10)— Andv Williams 

(13) — Fmritive 
11:00 ( 3)— nth Hour Final 

Hfti—pir, .., n<-i. (U«a*t 

(13)— Mnrphv Martin 
11:10 ( 3)— nth Hour Weather 

(13)— Bill Brady 
11:16 ( 3)— Steve Allen Show 

(10) — Snorts 
11:25 (13)— Theatre 13 

|l!.S« '1l»(_T.„„,h, 

1 :()0 ( 13)— Sig-n OH 



WEDNESDAY EVENING 



4:00 ( 3) — Secret Storm 

(10) — The Match Game 

(13) — Trailmaster 
4:25 (10) — NBC News 
4:30 ( 3)— Rescue 8 

(10)— Make Room for Daddy 

( 1 3) — Discovery 
5:00 (13) — Mickej- MoUM Club 
6:00 ( 3) — News at Five 

(10) — Poopdei-k Pappy's Club Ahoy 
5:06 ( 3)— Dr. Whitehurst Reports 
5:10 ( 3) — Stoney Burke 
5:.30 (10) — Super Car 
8:00 (10)— News at Six 
8 05 (13) — Harry Dorfrette 
6:10 ( 3)— Sports Roundup 
8:16 ( 3)— TV Reporter 

(13) — Ron Cochran* 
6:26 { 3)— Weatherman 
8:30 ( 3)— CBS News 

(10) — Huntley-Brinkley Report 

(13) — Maverick 
7:00 ( 3) — Biorraphy 

(10) — Arthur Smith Show' 

(13) — Dramet 
7:30 ( 3)— CBS Report* 

(101 — The V1rr'nl»i> 

(13) — Ozzie & Harriet 
8:00 ( 3)— Men On The Hill 

(13>— Bat^ Duke 
8 .30 ( 3) — GLvnls 

(13) — Price Is Riirht 
9:00 ( 3)— Beverly HillbilUee 

(10) — Espionare 

(13) — ^ben Casey 
9:30 ( 3)— rack Van Dyke Show 

(l3>->Our Man HIrren* 
10:00 ( 3) — Danny Kaye Show 

(10) — Eleventh Hour 

(13) — ^Sa*a of Western Kan 
11:00 ( 3)— nth Hour Final 

(!•) — icirveo O'CIaHi 

(13)— Mnrphy Martin 
11:10 ( 3)— nth Hour WeMher 

(13)— Bin Brady 
11:15 ( 3) — Steve Allen Show 

(10)— Weather 
(13)— I^<ai Hewe-Wa^tar-lparto 

(!•) — Iport* 
11:28 (13)— ■nieatre IS 
(t8>— Tbeatra la 

1 :00 ( 13)— Sirn Off 

1:00 (10)— Teen lalk 

1:30 (10)— News 

1:40 (10)— Thougbt for To^m, 



fOR AND ABOUT TEENAGERS 



By C. D. Smitli 



Has Boy Changed Much In Eighteen Months? 




THE Week's letter : "it 

has been a year and a half since 
I have gone with Bill, We didn't 
stop "going together" because we 
didn't care for each other— we 
like each other a lot— but because 
I wasn't allowed to go out with 
him in his car. I am 17 now and 
he has been going with another 
girl. I have heard directly and in- 
directly, that he still likes me and 
wants to take me out. He means 
very much to me and is among 



my dearest and most frequent 
thoughts. I have b^n told by our 
school counselor that I am too 
sensitive and serious-minded. Per- 
haps this is true, but in this day 
and age a girl has t9 have serious- 
ness in order to stand on her own 
two feet. Frequently a tear is shed 
and often serious words are spok- 
en, but I do miss him m much 
and think about the fun we had to- 
gether in the past. I have gone 
with other boys, but I still feel I 



like Bill very much— more than I 
expected. Will he ask me out 
agam? Should I accept? Will 
things be different? Will he have 
changed, or anything?" 

OUR REPLY: We change from 
day to day, all of us. We grow old- 
er—and should get smarter, al- 
though this doesn't always hold 
true. The teenager should change 
more in a year and one-half than 
tn adult, naturally. 

But, it is difficult to define ex- 
actly what "change" means. Bill 
should be older and wiser, still 
"fun" to be with, if the right 
"changes" have taken place. 

If Bill still likes you, he wiH 
probably ask you to go out. If you 
stiU like him, you will probably 
accept. If he likes you enough, he 
may be old enough to realize that 
sitting on a porch swing with the 
"right" girl is far better than 
riding around in a car with just 
another girL 

It yea haT* • teeasffe preblei* yea 
waat t* diaeasa, er aa •b*crvati*B 
to make, addre** yisar letter to 

fob and about teenagers, 
National weekly newspafeb 
service. fbankfobt, ky. 



Virginia Beach Theatres 



BEACH 

25th & Atlantic 

TODAY, FRI. & SAT 
OCTOBER 10. 12 

THE 
HAUNTING 

Julie Harris 

Richard Johnson 
Claire Bloom 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 

One Week— Sun. thru Sat. 
OCTOBER 13-19 

THE V.i.P.s 

Elizabeth Taylor 

Richard Burton 

Louis Jourdan 

Orson Welles 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



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FRIDAY & SATURDAY 
OCTOBH111.12 



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Ursula Andress 

Featnm: 2> 4» 6, 8, 10 



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OCTOBER 13-14 
DOUBll FEATURE 

DRUMS OF AFRICA 



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SQUARE OF vioLENCE 

TUES.,WED.*THURS. 
OaOBER IS . 17 

WAaOF 
NOISE 

Suzanne Pleshette 

Ty Hardin 

Dorothy Provlne 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



Carol Burnett 
Stars As 'Jane' 



"Calamity Jane," 90 - minute I ' 
musical comedy special starring 
Carol Burnett in the title role, 
will be broadcast Tuesday, Nov. 
12 p:30 to 11:00 p.m., on channel 
3. Art Lund co-stare as Wild Bill 
Hickok. 

Featured in the cast are Bemie 
West as Henry Miller, Beryl Tow- 
bin as Katie Brown, and Don 
Chastain as Lieut. Danny Gilmar- 
tin. 

As "Calamity Jane," Miss Bur- 
nett portrays a hoydenish young 
woman of the Old West with a 
penchant for buckskins and tall 
tales. Based on the original War- 
ner Bros, motion picture, the pro- 
duction encompasses the film 
score by composer Sammy Fain 
and lyricist Paul Francis Webster. 
Inchiding the Academy Award - 
winning ballad "Secret Love," 
plus additional new songs. 

"Calamity Jane" is a Bob Ban- 
ner Associates Production in asso- 
ciation with Bumgood I*roduc- 
tions and the CBS Television Net- 
work. Executive producer is BcA 
Banner. Producer is Joe Hamil- 
ton. The production was co-di- 
rected by Ernest Flatt and Dick 
AJtman, with musicM staging by 
Flatt. Phil Shuken wrote the tele- 
viakm script. 

The program is sponsored by 
Thomas J, Lipton, tec, and the 
Chem^rand Corporation, repre- 
sei^ied respectively by Sullivan, 
Stauffer, Colwell & Bayles, Inc., 
and Doyh Dam BesnAmib Inc. 




Rod Taylor and British "Ac- 
treaa of theYear" Maggie Smith 
portray an AustraUanbuiineBS' 
man and his devoted secretary 
in MetrO'Goldwyn-Mayer'' » 
**The V.I.P.'b." Elisabeth Tay- 
lor and Richard Burton, in their 
first appearance together in a 
modern drama, head the dis- 
tinguished east of the new 
picture, which also stars Louis 
Jourdan, Elsa Martinelli, Mar- 
garet Rutherford, Linda Chris- 
tian and Orson Welles, 



FOP DANCE SATURDAY 

PRINCESS ANNE— The Prin- 
cess Anne F.O.P. Lodge No. 7 will 
hold its regular Saturday night 
dance this week featuring the mu- 
sic of Jiggs FoM^ler and his band. 
Door prizes will be awarded. 

Members are reminded to make 
reservations now for the Oyster 
Bowl game which will include a 
pre-game breakfast, cocktails, din- 
ner and dancing. Hound trip bus 
service will be provided to and 
from the fame. The all-day affair 
will begin at 9 am. October 19 
and kit until 2 a.m. the following 
moniii^. 



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lext Trip, See Tokyo BY VANCE PACKARD • So You Won't Talk? BY HELEN BOTTEL 



Suburbia Today 



In TMt tesiM ■ ■ ■ 



Evoyooe gels iluou^ h— «hhoii^ it Mean to 
last forevor. It's addeKeMe— the mort baflliiv VmA 
of skknes, says Ridiard Armour, auttev trf "It M 
Started with Orfumtxis." Hett he Ids hopvr he hue 
the youB of dartest adtdescetiM widi his offqvng. 



TiM tigM SMlurs 



pagt 10 



Vance Packard, who o/bteivtd the American sMne 
m 'nhe Hidden Persuades." etc., u^es, "Next tnp. 
See Tokyo— hut Eton't Stop There." Wt eatlmsia«B 
may grip you as he apaa you dunsi^ Ae rtnume 
and magnificent places he and htt wife enjoyed Ib 
the Orioit this yc$Bt. 



For WhMn tiM DMriMI T«fe 



pat* 16 



Now that w^ie into faD, expect another seasonal 
duuge— dw aniHial boodianlBieitt erf appeals from 
charity Mgangalions. Do you find there are so many 
you don't know whtA ones are the mort worthy? Do 
tlMse agencies Hmtt their effecdveness became oi 
too mudi oomp^ftian and too little coordination? 
Marion Sanders takes a deep kxik mto die proMem 
kA aMHKdidatioa oi ftmd drives. 



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If jrau have ever listmed to a speaktf and irisbed 
that you w»e on die podhnn, ot if ]^mi have been 
up diere but turned to jeOy, IMea Bond has some 
suggertioiM dut nu^ soothe the frog m your throitf 
and the butterflies in your stama^ and tiart you 
on the way to enjoying pirfdic ^wking, 



(HiiiM Covor 




A peacefid rdre^ from bodks 
and tndias and forbiddett 
terrildiy to pamts — a tree 
house, oomfriete with tv, high 
m a bunt of autumn len^ws. 
Wmt a blissfal bwffMwBfnt 
for Mom and Dwl, n^ cm 
look forward to a few quct 
hours before die tsoqps storm 
in for dmoCT. Nowadays, par- 
e^ aren't really so (tamb. 



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SUSURBIA TODAf it di»triii«l«<l ni^wmiy «"* ■•wi^poptn 
in »ri««tocl M^rfaon etmmuiMm, bMorM effcM at «0 fo*t 
5M« U.. N«w York M, N.Y. A^MfMnf ••«» «♦ STS Unhigten 
A»«., M«w Yoffc M, N.Y. S<««iiiM* tMtm ol 153 N. tUtUgon 
Ay., CMcot* 1. «. WoHw C. Otvyfo*, Vto PtmUmiI. Nrtrick 
OltourlM, AthwtWng DiMct«r. MorlM fm^ MrwMr of M»- 
Mmt M^iem. © 1W3, Pmtmdmg and loola. tab, 1S3 a 
iMdMOOR Am.. CMcogo h M. All liflrti (Mnwd 




1 



GETTING AROUND 



,..to Our Pleasant Places and People 



DVtmo A ucENT trip to Europe, Lore Retfler 
of MorHs County, Ntw l»$ty, learned dutf 
the German pei^ haw didr own word for oom- 
■H^rs wiw leave dietr Voewrt (suburb to you) 




and trsvd ba^ and forth to work eadl day to 
Monidi tK Frankfort or Hamburg. They call 
them fendkn—^toA why not? They travd bade 
and f (Mth jint like a pcoduhim. 



Boonoiing is known sround Je§*non County, 
KtMucky, as the doi widi a charge aocoimt When 
he hears the famOiar diimes of die ioe<feam 
toudc he runs out and rtretdics hinndf on die 
stred in front oi die oooomkq vdude. The driver, 
an (M pal. tt^x, selects a cup of die dog's favorite 
ice creun, and jots down die transacdon. At die 
end (rf die week Boomoai^'s owner, Joe Fugatte, 
sddes his f sithAil f rinKfi account 



Wtd) Halloween just a few wedu off, dw 
Famous ArtisU Schoob in Watport, CotmecOcM, 
is bi^ h^ing die United NaUoos Intmuidood 
Chifahen's Em^gNicy Fund widi a spec^ projed. 
UNICEF, for short, k h(Mng a emOaH Ux car- 
tooitt, bummMis or serious, on die tubjed of the 
wcstai neatest effort 1^ (Aildren for childr«»— 



&iburbia Totby, Oetol>er 1963 



die Halloween oAecdooi mads evwy year now 
by ow IMe drA mid ■eai e e ww s for die sake of 
their humkvdi el aMam of oootemporaries who 
dont know dm mmla$ of At word "treat" 
ol tte oeaint mi ^qrie— supi^ied on 
hf -At Sdwelk ft oodi, apprc^iriatdy 
Mough, OS IliBowwn; Ao ftiee wianrn wiD bo 
annomicoii Is Deeember, 1963. and dieir car- 
tooas wU be used to nat yew's drive. 

PriaM are teoe-yev ootooa sdidardiips si 
FaoMMi^rdds. 



ol a fMrily in Dode County, 
iHAa si^as<rf pop- 
to mA didB. So diey brad- 



When die 
FhrUa, found 
pies, th^ dedded 




lettcted a "Puppiea-for-SalB" s^ and put it in 
front of didr house. coBfVldc widi diis pedigree- 
"ModMT li a fuO^ilooded poodle and die father 
ooRMs fRMB a |9od nsii Ww r b o od ." 



A photographer in North HoBywood,^ 
Ufa. grew tired of aeadini out past-doe ndreei* 
his codoaeit mi deddwl to capitalize oo fensls 
vanity to fd Us payments. WHh each biU. he en> 
dosed a aola Matins ho was aoii« to show an ^ 

retoHdMd ptoof of dio oistomer in his itacfia 
window aa a sampio of Us work. You guessed id 
Each ontomer rwhed to pay her Mil before ht 
could carry o«t Ms «*««. ^^^^^^^ ^„ ^^ 




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for V'v ■ 
spotless 

electric [Z 
dishwashing 



We HMke CldgllBlto^ to give your machine 
washed china, glassware and sUver that hand polished 
look . . . free from spots and streak. We make it to 
be gentle so people like R^ & Barton can r»M>mmend 
it with confidence. Leading dishwasW manu&cturers 
also recommend Calgonite and sample it in di^ir new 
machined. Try jCa^onite m your automatic dyiwaaher 
and SM for yourself what a fine ych it does, eoery time. 



GETTIJ^ AROUND 

nr«-trad« MMim <H#t to waick Amt 
tatiq^iMie. M affi EdaMBdHM of BatlkwMd, 
Cekmaio, rapofto ^t her fot^ pmkmm- 
turoed home from kImoI one day aadf mM 
in • quivering woiot. TtMiwr my* ite ii 
fotai to fiv« IN a Mack maA whm we doat 
iMhave. WW it kurt? Wilifaevaea bif itiekr 



Bnpe Koalow. aoodwr int indir. from 
RMAit, MamKhutettt, has it d ifored oirt: 
The other tby hk mother ovHrlwani lun «• 
pteioi^ the edoeatfomd tyatm to hit bfoOer 
RobNe. four, "tt't eaay, iUib,** he mid te* 
periowly. "You itart in dw tnt grade. Then 
when you know everydihig your leaeher 
koow^ diey IM you go to the leeond grade." 



Foetmen can ooitmp (hek difai guank nd 
anail light back at onfriendBy nei^ihothood 
do«i now, acocmUng to Tony Currier of 
J^tnon Coumy, LouUma. Then ii a new 
purii-buttoo tpny on the aufflEet thM itofM 
tm^ dogi in their tradu, widi no lingerioc 
effect The pioduct contaiae tlie moet weitit 
fa^feifient in cayenne peppor. «rilh a baw of 
ii^ mineral oO. It ii iquiited in a etrem tet 
reachm IS feet and createi a teovoniy bwn* 
ing a emation M the eyee, noee, and nmodi 
(giving the tptayw ai^ time to get over 
the fence). 



And qiealifaig of cayenne pqiper, we Inve a 
c o rr cepoodcnt u Natkk, Mtaaehuettt, iHio 
wiiset, "I don^ mtak you to mention my umm 
becmiw I am embarraaeed about having hod 
mice in my kitdien. But I know people are 
very likely to be pbgned with diem aimwd 
Aie tiflw of ywr, and I've fomd cayenne pcp- 
pCT is better tfian any traps or poison. Jurt 
Oake I little around the t^ of the floor and 
n secret comors and the backs of drawoa, 
and they'll give one meeae and never ooone 
back— even batsP 



CoMlmiMf fnm tn* ^ 

Om tMog uNi% ovMtodked hy visiton lo; 
Mount Veraon» Oeorfi WasUaglM's unprei.1 
sive BsaasiMi ta n^rfag Cmmtf, Vlrgink, k 

a flAiiatwe doer hwdRy one foot high. MarUia 
had it cut in her badraom door so ^r favorite 
ott eouM MMhr fai and oat at wiD. ^ 



When Mrs. Be^ Jo ^MtiM of J^^ 
for a iwwiliirtomy at Lmriwiau Hoepitid la 




Phfcdelphiar A» neehod Aaae writta in. 



a tood)bruih,a 
leddybear." 



"tring apakof 
oomb^ comic boohs, and 



Have you ever luid a qM^ involuntary in> 
^^ation suddeiriy ohedari ^ dosure (rf dis 
gkttis, piododng a chon^sristie sound-Uks 
hiociv? AwAd, kn't it? W^ sane smart peo- 
ple ta Kittm^ OMo, have a few suggestiom 
for eans. Por htafit, osm man swean hs 
ttofptd his by headim over to pick iq> a 
botdL Anodier bets the mrfertunate vktios 
$1,000 dmy caal do it ag^ and with rar- 
prt^ Cmqoeoef thqr &»% (He doew*! ny 
how much money he hmi lost) One young 
mm tmnad the pifdea hoie on Us girt f rlMd, 
a^on hiocape gmo wqp to fbiy when As 
i fiscovtwd Im new diem ms ndned. 

H^ dont just tiaiid theio en your head 
hohttag yoiir bnatti . . . Mc . . . Uc . . . 



wlHi^yMtremf 



Ci^buigd on paie 6 




BDSSBSBBE 



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'I'm not mumbling. Yoit lift the 
muomatk pepper grinder on." 



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Suburbia Today, (k^tober 1963 



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Europe this Fall? 




Ooly Pan Am offers you the remarkable new 21-day ticket plus 4 extra benefits 



P^j^merican's new round-trip 21-^y* 
Je^fcnomy Rainbow ticket may well be 
the best buy in the history of transatlantic 
Jet travel. Judge for youneif. 

You can save $140 to $160 over regular 
Jet economy fares (and they're not so 
expensive). For instan<«, rouhd-trip New 
York to Vienna, the regular Jet economy 
fare is $627. 21-day faa: $478. A Offer- 
enceof$149! 

From California to London, you pay $639 



in!rtrad of $779. Chicago to Frankfurt, 
$^S instead of $655. Washington to 
Paris, $425 inste«l of $575. And from 
Miami to Rork, $609 instead of $772. 
Tlw 21 -day tickA improves on XY» old 1 7- 
day teket, too. It's far more flexible. You 
can plan a Europoin trip of 14 days 
minimum, 21 days maximum, or any 
number in bet>»«en. 

THOSE 4 EXTRA BENEFITS? 

: Pu Am oStti you a cbmce 



of tar more J^ flights to Europe than any 
other airBne. 

Extra cMcs: Pan Am oflirrs you Jets 
direct to 22 European cities (twice as 
many as any other airline). See up to 20 
cities on a Pan Am round-trip ticket to 
Rome. And that's only one example! 

Extra \iitta for itinmurics : Pan Am makes 
it easier than any other airline to go to 
Europe one way, return another way at 
no extra fare. 



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others Can Mediate 
Witli Christ -For US 



belieTcd this, tl- 
dwo^tt times tfaey 
•Kcritidaedfocit. 

"Christ.'* sane sln- 
cne peopk ssf , "is 
our sole Sedecmer 
•od oar st^ Medi- 
ttoc. We don't need 
•iwaoe eise to m H^ytf oc inter- 
cede for m." 

Tim misutK^Kandixig, we ite 
tatt, will be qiikddf desred twrtj 
in the owKi of mj {sir-minded 
Chratkn whoi the Cadx^ tesdi- 
ing ind belief are expfauned. 

Since the time (d the Aptwlei^ 
the Oufaolic Church htt tmiwH 
dnt there is oo^ one lifeJiwor 
bet we en God and man— our Lord 
Jesus Christ The euare Guholic 
rd[^on,ia bet, is fouaded i^on 
tbit truth. 

But diis does aot mean that 
there are no i ntermed iaries be- 
nnan Cbri$$ and m/nthti. In- 
deed, the whole BMt takes such 
medMOon for gtaiMed 

When Oirw oommisBoned die 
Apostles to "...leacbatt natioftt, 
fa^tdsiu diem m die name of the 
Fuher, imd of the Son, and of ^ 
HoffSfmcrne 




ifig thdr ministry betweoi lun- 
self and otfaess. bi the grandqg <tf 
SacramentaJ smhocnf to His 
Qiurdi, He wn obvioarijr msti- 
tutiqg a nooessioa of hunan "dtp- 

between Hkudf and the iaMtfgL 
In the thninJOTarion of Bqp- 
ttsm,fof enflwe^Cutttdiqjrases 
one of the jirts of Bfidemptkn 
duou||[^ a pwefy human agent 
That a true also m die other Sacra* 
ments, and m no wise does the ad- 
nunutiaior dettatx nan die hon- 
or <be Chtw or imerleie'with 
UMn's direct appmadi to God. 
ine Apostiei repenBa^ asmi 



their disciples to 
"pcay for itt," ttd 
St Paul admoniihiid 
the Wthfol » "pray 
for one anodier . . . 
that you may be 
healed..." Indeed, if 
Christ did not OMeod 
to have intermedi- 
aries b^ween Hinudf and men, 
woidd St Ptad hwe told la diat 
X]od hath set some ia die dnrch, 
first i^XMdes, seeoo% tiro|4iets, 
thit% teachcfs, thet mat mir- 
ades, dien gifts of heaUt^js..." 
<1 Cor. 12:28)? 

Yea, oAers can mediate witb 
Ctett in ow bdialf . And ihdr 
exai^b and pr^crs can often 
work a ^Mt mifade u our spirnul 
lims ... for indeed "dx po^cr of 
a r^^neoos man avafieth modi." 
How nmdi a indicated bjr the 
words of St Pud to limodqr, re- 
minding hka that bjr hofalmg tfoe 
to Ae doctrine, "thoo wilt save 
both thyself sod tfaoae who hear 
diee" (1 Tim. 4:l6). 

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diout the power of these me^ 
ators <^ Chrnr lo hdp foo, write 
todqr for our pampUet on that 
sdbiect. It wM be sent free and 
nonodf will caD on you. Adc for 
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SoM «ie HridMls «f WkH^Uh Ao>. W^ 
emalm, om bask in htqipy thaagMs, lensos 
out pcobtaw or |i«tt dedskma, or nnpiy day 
tiram te a new Uid Oi pubttc 
pjaimfHf for th^ 








park." As Mm R. AHee Drn^I, who da- 

the project was ftnt mttodaoed, *aiM sol is 
k grett souroe of m^taal stnngdi.'* Tha 

ta&f kicatod plot, 120 by 220 feat 



Like tha eobblsr ia tha fdiy tite. Wly 
Insley, of UnfMeian, Mmr^mtd, ipnadi Ui 
own bmd 9l "an^" At leMt 200 orphans, 
aaady ^fl#en, aid evn sooae adirils kive a 
oair of aood iteea ttxtev hrraiiifi he lama^- 
ban what k am Hke to haw to wear M, 
bcM op, iMTd ones on u Eatani Sh«a fans. 
His froa^-dHufe Aoe project c t ^fi u md 
one day a^ea Mrs. Aim» R Doss, preikient 
of tile local WoflMo's Oid^ brou^ him m 
cxpeashw b^ ontfMad pair to resole aad 
dian dactdad diey wanat worth M and aakad 
Ub io throw dwn away. TD fti them for 
soowcMw wiw doent hwa any," he nU to 
her. and so a kindness begaa. Ifti. Doss 
ipreMi the word aad eoon eapboaids wen 
cleared and buadea (rf dboca poured into Ae 
shop (D be ripped ^art and reinidt by Mr. 
Insley. It only (!) takes two or thiaa hoiss 
a day, he S8ys,aad when ha is flahhad, oat 
diey go lo their needy new oamn, bmUi^ 
Bffly Inslqi^-^my hi^py. 



r WBi» a ^aMU pnilihm lor H^ 

awM Aa^ RMMb ute ^riM friends n. 
eaally in Moalgomuy CenNty, ffuuyha^ 
wM Aa diMNWireda taiaiet wMk a aedioo oa 
*%ow to nndte a Ifaan la Ei^jbh'* aai 
l^med Aeia Imm^ ^Mstfe tricks: UpH^ 
aiMilug a nmmmm mmmSmt to teave jmt 
ooat sod M tl dto cAigi i g iAmmm Igftn 

addng die AaMl mMw Ik a toHe. If Ifithi 
tet arilr of tta ^, ym nay Mat to mim 
a mA at MriMs pfgaw* « Vfoamtk 
you wm eiMtjf tiy eode-lkkt 
U nil a Amit, ym% watt soaw* 
ttk^ MbitaalU. of eawH^ ttl ianfrr cAoppr 
and a baked r m atittM. Umtti seems tea 
eoa^Maaiad baal il to a oeualiy nfoun Md 
have a plgws aigin . tat ba awe to hteg ^^ 
id fwogiwi tan i ia «id Mto ^ yon ntoid to 
ish). '•Ym aaa»* wys AbbIi. ^he whoh 
Mag la as ria^ as i^pfh ftdib,** 

a • 

Hare's a laA bMtfa for the giris>-^iMv 

^tn^mm s^m i mj t mtmywumt m w a aeo wn 

t aiM. Iha iwptai4f ba^Mon (aot ia- 

tiboaa who tame baaa dNoroed or 

ii MMli ttat flvm ai« 211 siails 




oMa far eve^ 100 d^j^ wwaaa. Iboae an 
haod odds to beat dMMl arifatec outtidi 
AMca. Bm yoaV haltor get a niove on; word 
haa MadootatoMdUi man tiroiting torn- 
tory aad tha aMAiaginto h piddi« up. 



^a oa a chwcfc la IiMrfnflr Coanry, JCmn 
Mdky: ladif ttoel laigtt dM «4iito<ela' 
phMt ade. Heia% yenr dMrnee to get rid of 
ewydtfag aatwertfilMyh^brttooyxKlto 
dttow awqr. aaato VMMi MMAMii. 




"// Kennedy cm fmd time to pk^ 
touch jootbM, why cm't youT' 



^iburbk Today, October 1963 



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Everything about them has been refined, sharpened 
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Now's the perfect time to 
move that tr^mued tree to 
the vary spot whore you've 
always thou^t it diould be — 
to r^Jly show <^ its spfendid 
fall coloring. 

Also, moving in big new 
trees — now — n^ans you can 
e^oy the kunuiant shade aiKl 
beauty ot ^^1^ trees widiout 
waiting yean for them to 
^row. But rraoonber — <mly 
eaqp^ts can nwve large trees 
safdy. Ifs a }ch diat i^eds 
experienced, trained men, 
working with modern tedi- 
niques and special equi|mwnt 
Davey {wovkies aU this, to your 
ecoD(»nu»l satiaf actton. 

Dav^ de^root feeding a- 
pert {mming and cabling yoiur 
trees now, too, will help keep 
tibem vigorous nod beiutifnl 
for a fine spring showing. 

NEW DAVEY SERVICE - 
LAWN FEEDING While 
Davey is snvidng yoax trees, 
let us give yofw lawn its last 
feeding oi tibe yesar, wtth Da- V- 
Creen, die ^esial Vmvty lawn 
food. Neact i^»ing your lawn 
can be a ^eper, ridiar green 
than ev^ before. 

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Through 

Darkest 

Adolescence 



TTiere's one consolation: both parent and child 
are likely to get out of it alive^someday 

BY RICHARD ARMOUR 



Adolescence is a disease. It may 
JnL W3i be listed in the nwdical 
books as such, but that is only because 
dodcffs are »al»nassed to be re- 
mimied (rf something in the presence 
ai wlwUi tbey ue lo helf^ss. Like the 
ccmmicm ocM, there is no cure tot it 
UoUke the conuKm ccM, iKtthing caa 
be prescribed, such as aspirin, which 
will give die pati^t temporary relief. 
The most that can be done is to give 
asi^m, aloi^ witii a shot of whiskey, 
to diose who are unlucky mough to 
haw coa» in costal with the victim. 

Hai^y, the dkme is acA ctm- 
taglcMis. Adoleaorats do ik^ ^ve ado- 
tesceaoe to their parent evm wlwn 
they drink ftom the same gjUtn or 
ox^ r^ into their faces. No doubt 
the reason fcM' this is that adolncence, 
like chkkm pmc, is a disease that ^mi 
get oidy (moe, after whk:h ymi build 
up an immunity. It is abo like chicken 
pox in tluit ytm ^uaDy get it early in 
life, and it gon harder with you if 
^w cmne down with U after you are 
40W1O. 

Tto ha^^tts rarely, bitt now and 
then cne oomef qxn a case d sdo- 
iMceace in mkk& age. ^idi an un- 
Uxtmait oocuneoM n mnally ex- 
pfauml bf the jnt^fs havh^ had 
an extrem^ nuM case m chQdhood, 
which foiled to dev^^ Ae necessary 
inmiunity. Or it may be a etac that 
never CMDjdetely mn its coane but 
lay (tomumt, like £id»etes ot taiber- 
culMis, reaify to reqq[ie«r whcaevet 
r^irtance w» low. 

Most flucbfle-^M adcrfesMttts, 
however, are ttame who fautldly were 
struck so hard thirt th^ aevor re- 
OYvered. l^ey w»tt on living beauw 
^otescrace b id(k»i fMd, Init &ef 
were unaMe to throw off the ifiaotte, 

• SuburNa Today, Odobtr 1963 



which lasted 30, 40, or SO yean. I 
know a man 43 years (M wIm, since 
he was 13, has never been b» ol the 
disease imt day in his Itfe. He wi»rs 
l»^t-cok>red vests ud dbiws a hot 
rod and ydU lumself hoarK at die 
h^Mchod foodiaU pm^ ani drinks 
too much and danoa ibe itest-agi 
daasxs aiKi mes the currmt teen^iie 
dang. His few mnatning frienb teve 
consklerately sU^>ped askii^ **AreB*t 
you ever ^Mng to grow up?" Hiey 
know the answer, an^ww. 

BUT NORMALLY die ftnt ttt^cs ot 
adc^scence Kt in at ab(wt 12 w 
13, and die terms "aikilescem" and 
"teen-^^er" are therefore interchange- 
able. Often, btnmvet, a<kdescCTce be- 
gins to show itsdf at 10 or 11, ^pe- 
dally in that peculiarly obnoxicNis 
creature, the precodora ^d.(de- 
mentkt jmtKox, or pre(»Mtt Utde de- 
mon). By beginnii^ adotocoice two 
or three yean eariier, nich a child 
goes dm^gh jm diiU nany'more 
years (A it, meanwhUe braanly ptt- 
toKling to have skipped adoteso^ice 
endrefy. 

It (toes no pxxl whatsoever to dis- 
cowr the disease eariy, otcefrt to tmc 
your mind abmit its bdi% what it is. 
At the same time, it may depms you 
to realize Uiat ycnir.diM has sOTie- 
thing that will dn^ on for years and 
)«ar8 and not be over in a few weeks, 
like Karlet fever or fHwumooia. 

As for how it is detect^ you miglu 
look for the fdlowing ^mptoon: 

1. A sudden listlessness and lack 
ol ambition, in uxant instants accon- 
I»nied by complete inalxlity to per- 
form siKh everyday tadcs as getdi^ 
(Hit of bed in tlK morning. 

2. In sharp ocmtrast, aiKl the sort 



of th^ ttal mdM dta^osis difficulty 
the OMte ntty lave i tnMtn (Mnl 
to ttl hMwyolleel^ndi as bar bells, 
so lo^ H te W^ s^vn no useful 
pwpoie to iod^. 
3. Pe^A of fM^e^ness and 

msMd U^pie bfXdirtiy on amnat ji 

espe^^ is^0#iy Mj^og impdW ' 
aiK to MMte mt^m of die Ua^ 
kK in^u^ de fact tbrt an muK 
(d^OK eiA WW to be »tunMi£% 

It fl^tt be mi^tmmA tUs way: 

A nlnd? Y^ he 
Hii omdLihmt 
it &mmt however, 
And kfoei. 

And i^ vdi^ it 
Is eiAed i|ion. 
It noi^ taqpfd^ 
To be (M^ 

Dm't ftM, don't shout, 
Ooo*t curse the kck. 
JnM wi^ a 11^ — 
ItiHHbebM^ 

IftfCHUMd diegnoiii ^ a memba 
<^ die Imi%, irithout beae6t of X 
raiys m Ukitmtagy l^s, is usualfy 
adnpate. A tl^nmrai^er thrust into 
die nxmdt will prcriMUy ome oit 
R^eii^ 98.6°, and aU that mqr 
be M^iieved b the ^accntxy dut 
diete ue ni^xine staini cm the \omtx 
te&k and tlHtt there b a nsnaikabie 
d^iiMk» tar the roof of the moudi 
nArae amd (tf gnn may be stored 
wtthont htteif»i^ wM qi^h. 




^ 

Cat., • IMS br 



Whmmyda^^a^isim-iaukrstoodby 
us, Ae eM^tmitg homes wMi a friend. 

A friend ol min^ not knowing the 
above, took hb yming son to the 
docttv. Dnfidettt diat diere,^s 
scUKdiii^ wriorafy wrong, herle- 
qetmibtd a ccmid^ phjnk^ and men- 
tal examinatioD. Eve^^thing went 
eoify oioiigh, and die doctor diought 
he ^ a loirtine ease, until he placed 
Ms stolhoacope to the bc^'s lungs and 
started to UOim, There was an odd 
fwnanii^ wsuc. 

ContUued oa pege 21 



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Ediuxs' Note: Tfus artide is the latest in a specid 
series edited for the tnvel-nunded rmiders of 
SUBURBU T<»AY, giving the direct perxmnA m- 
^esskms of <aher parti of the wwld, hrrn^t 
back by weU-known writers. Previma »tkks in 
the xries have included H. Alien Smith on Ho- 
wdi. Philip Wylie on the C^bbean, Enuly Kim- 
brough on Pwrtuged, md Ilka Chase tuul Amy Vm- 
derMt on goir^ armu^ the world. Mr. Packard is 
the aiahor of "The PynunU CUmbers," "The Sto- 
ffif Seekers." "The Hidden Persuatkrs" etc. 

Mats AMERICANS appVKtti^ sie hofiag to 
eqpand their Itoozon by takii^ {Aewue 
tri|» lo the Orient thb ooaung year thaa ^wr fae- 
Um, Que big reascm is die aMractkm U ^ CXsnoi- 
|Mcs in Tdi^o. If you're one td thew Intuurte 
ones, by aD nKans see JiQNUi--l)iit doit ttap 
thue! Fot tiM^ha- teiw hoodred isMut ymi can 
keep oa gtmig uound die wold — Moi^ Kong, 
Bo^Eok, DeiU. Quo, Athens, Istaabol, Vienna. 
You name it. When you go armind the wodd, you 
aoLJiut about write j^xir own Utneraiy at no addi- 
doittloost 

My wife Viiipnia and I found that a trq) 
tluo^g^ the Orient iiQ|u^Md va fir^ <^ all be- 
omse <^ the (famnadc &S^moti m die ptofk. 
A J^wneie u evoi sam ififfinrat frcm a lliai- . 
lander dum a Texan is Cram a Dane. 

The Ji^woese bidMe iridi ^»gy. You soiK U 
in ieeii^ dion hunyii^ 19 thdr streets. Th^ are 
serkMB^odwIed in the ntieme. I noticed tJiis, tos 
example, as th^ ttt sdamdy through four-hour 
lectne poio^ (couMing traosbukxtt). thef ako 
are re^uned and pditety deler^tial fnmi cm- 
tnri» of conditioimig; accepting tips in most ct 
Japan is sdU unduidcabte. 

THE cmNEffi — diere are mlffion ai fbem ia 
Hoi^ Ib»g— are q^ a All«ett breed. They 
seem relaxed, carefree. They oijoy sparrii^ over 
nKMoey uid woridtaf yon fot di». They tits life as 
it comes and seen to cany their liarAihii» ]^Wy. 
biduuis struck us as seonii^ coo^dddy <Jifierent 
bom eidier CSunese or Jipmese. They jqspear re- 
served, resi^wd, and still a bit confused ^ mod- 
em ways. There are exoqMioas, of course. Our 
hired M^ seemed focmidal^ in hn beard and 
tnrbra bm i»owd to be the OMrt ddiglitful p«s(M 
we ^wountered on Ok trq>.Hewasgeirtle,dio«i^- 
ful, good-huoKHed, ardcdate, and he U^bi^ 
throiifb teonii^ vilkifM — tus hmd <» the tKmi — 
tt a way diat left me breadilns. He mi he nevn 
lad an accklent in 11 years (^driving. 

And thai for still «iodl» ooBtn^ Oere are the 
ThaiUmders, piy, grac^M, and ahnoA daU^kt u 
a^ wave dweifelly to ion^ ywtmt. 

TlK Japanese peopk, who nice 1945havebeett 
in seardi of a diom, lave s^eed ^mn Ae Ctymr- 
pics as dieir dream lor die preaoit Fm many 
mootla posters haw been ^odunii^ die pe^ 
evoit and vtps^ die nation to strni to get ready 
for it Fme new hallways and subways were being 
buSt, and vast areas have beei face fitted in Oe 
none (rf die C^jnqMca. 

JqiHi's l at e iMtio nal Atapoit is as modem as 
any yon wil ind mtie worid, mid you mqr be 
tnrpcised to see ditf tbe tastef^ deslioed neoD 



NEXT TRIP, 
SEE TOKYO 




In Japmt, you eon watch girls m tradi^md coMane and mali-t^ rtmtm m /M<Mtwy aMumii baitk. 



BUT DONT STOP THERE! 






£^ At *e fM^ mage of Aberdeen in Hong Km^ ymumfUt ^ /M yMi wM cai^ for din- 
ner. Right: You cm take a trip akmg one of Bangkok^g many pk»tm^m canab wUi to exotic shrines. 



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VNHMi 



UMN 



A famous observer of the American scene casts a loving eye on 
places he has enjoyed in the Orient BY VANCE PACKARD 



moMdi m^ifg aie irmm m die nme %mm 
i^hite m B» Md oootohi n^ &^p ii«nls. 
The tef^ koi^ we &||tt M ■ leooiii ti^M^ 
lo ttat the tawd» feds lelatfvcfy at hin ft ta. 
oafy 1^^ |0B get oBt uto ^ jwt of Td^o ^ 
70S fie odjp J^new chwidm «id aeetf a ^dde 
-or « loquAMaB^-iBHP^ile&ce to h^ yon. An- 
odier lenon jpon need wch h^ b ttat nost 
Are^ have no itieet i^i, evc» m^apaaeie. ne 
feiMMM hme th^ poiDta of v^mBaoe for flixU^ 
ttetarwi^aioiHML AgoodmtfotestioiitoTokyo 
it to HfoB ^Qogb die Ona, a nrt of coidnied 
Ttaes Squaie mad IWb Avohm^ «id lide ^ the 
»eriitoit of tte Mea's BHmy depetoirat mm. 
JapHieie i^-ae^ ride die eaealatoii. You aee 
die bi^^ people abioihed^ Idttbtag 4e noii- 
(boos wue^ radi as fe£i%»itofi, to new to diea. 
At eadh floor, new the esc^ator, a gMla Iteoae 
bow swecdy to yo>. TTie ttacao d ep t rt mea t fa 
ol qmial hM^at heeMse nottnf tte maaneqoiiis 
have Mood hafar. Itee fa pioMfy not a natural 
biood hi aO of Jqwa; bM t^odaen fa WeH^s 
^ and the |oanf» Jiytnete aie cnnrendy ta love 

nrtana ua mmf tee lestaunuitt in die C&m 
X iteie ysm a WeMemer, wfll iMve fitde diffi- 
etfty hi oiM^ ileA or die native teatpma 
(aaeiM, A^lm^ ves^aUes hidi^doally d^ped 
and snved hi a very %hl^ Med better). For die 
^eat 4asikB% of Jqwn, however, yov need a Japa- 
aese frigid «r M Ameiiettiriio has beea in Tfdcyo 
la^ aaoq^ to kaov ftfa way aitnaid and be ao- 
oeplBd by hdhieatfat Japweie. Ihe <T«hwft"fi*. 
wdl oat of the he»t of die dty, fa open to noe- 
l^NMoe, nd ha^ tea lovefy fomt sep^ yon 
dt aramd op» duuood ^ oo wUdi atteadints 
httA deUeMy seMooed aieats and ve|elaUM. 
The tme %m oi Jqian ac^oany fa bett^ leoi 
to the oBaB^ ddet and vffl^ei. If yon tidDB oae 
ol Jiqwi'k iK, dean, imft esqims trauo to die 
iovdMett, ^» iW pan die baae of die lacfed nd 
ipectaoihtf Mo^ Fuji, i^iidi diowv ito n^i^ 
ceit p^ ifipRsdBiat^ 70 <foyi a ynr. In a few 
honis yon wiO be in Kyoto, the lovdiest and Bust 
tnKBdood of Japanese cities. Tok^ fa m iqistait 
by cotqMifaoa. Kyoto fa laid oM en a paad grid 
^rle, iod ^w on tice yom diok^ Ua virida^ 
of more dnn 2,000 andrait vfflas or templtt. Ihe 
Bnd&a tesples are tmaOy brown wUi |Old-leaf 
flgittes; die SUato tenqples are gay^ te color widi 
bri^ red predomfaoat 

'^P^ viHa dot fa a great favorite fa die Ooiden 
PavilioD and another fa die tovety Kafam vUa, 
cnct a tofti b«t modot palace, wtth teahooies 
(diat ym omH lifti) ud niuy brk^ ttdied 
ovn- p(»ds. Popidar auK^ die prdras fa R^Miqi, 
tea^ for tts rtooes placed in agudencf nn^ 
ftoiDwed sand. If yoar tasto for teaqdN fa whetted 
yon Aoald by aD means take a ooe-honr side tr^ 



to Htfa, iriridi to ftm mort MdiM of lA l^ia- 
Beae Maries doqg widi te w»lif s fattest statne 
of a maMm. Aad yon nW have tame deevttbUe 
at ^wr podefa for ftvois. 

To fy bito Hm^ Koi% fa to be tn^cHowd ii^ 
qnile a Mkx&at woiU. VinuSy Boif Koi^ fa die 
most mfftacfihr and exd^ tmrnpt^ INe ever 
SM, md k wtt one of die ^ena^irt rarpriaa (rf 
cmrtt^ 

H(^ Koof fa a dp of free w<»jld «i the scMidi 
CUna COM, a BrUfah Ctoma Cokmy m&ii a few 
diottsand Mtoas aad a few adlttoii CSdaeae. A 
cricket fidd fa wttUn a short (istaoce (d die toon- 
i^ Ctmae ^4t maricet. And Urn mountains oi 
Red CUaa am be sera in the (i^noe. Hoii Kof^ 
fa in two parts. The mahdaad pari fa Kowlooa. 
Mott at Hdi^ Ko^s fiuned ttflrar Aopg ue in 
X^nriooB as are mum ai die weO-known cM holefa, 
niA M die Penlmda. The pnomuty of ^ Udk» 
Aops to th^ hoi^ fa paMtity am acdbeiMal. 

Yon go to Oe odier part 1^ taknif die Stu 
Foiy to die iduid (^ of ^^cloda. The feny was 
made femom by tibe movw "T^e Worid of Suae 
yfoag." Tfafa trip fa cfrfcMfd, and yon mig|it profit- 
aMf tpead moAci^xaitMy on die ferry. At leart 
thfa woidd qiue yon die taqitation of Hoi^ 
Ko^s f^Mdoos shtqw. Ytctan^ u ii^ !o^ 
bom die mainland, Vkt a ctm^ of cBamonds, 
aamUi, mi robfas rtrui^ aionnd die diroat of 
die isluMfs audn peak.. 

IN vicnntiA diere are Imidre^ of opm itie^- 
ride shops offeriag gold Jeweliy, jade eanfa^s, 
and such ''ddicades*' as 2Q-^!ftm-dd ^p. We 
spent one BKmiii^ aommpanyiog an Amnican 
bwod as he wmt from tkop to slnp fwidng, in- ' 
qie^i^ ttid bai;^iu^ fcff a pdr dF ^ eardi^ 
^ Ms wtfe. He had been do^ tl^ fw a couple 
€i da^ and had beome oqwrt in iraenii^ how 
ctose e a ch p air came to perfecti<» (hnsiimis dark 
peen). RttiOy he hm^ a p^ f» $110. 

To odelwate, we Imed a cd> to drive w ^ over 
die r^ shoidk^ oi die peak uid down to die 
Mk^ viUi^ of Aberdem, inttrnt two fainoia 
floadi^ r^»nruto at <xA amoi^ hnndreifa oi 
j^iSa op which families sp«id most of Oeir lives. 
We wrat to one re^mnnt, die l»ilUan% decorated 
Sn Pdace, and <^deni our fish £re^ from a 
Mdt'water pod. I pointed to a iMfiped fish wd^ 
^ dwtt dsee pMnfa ami m. atl»idant vndi a 
hng^iandled nd Mpped it up to a chd. 

After a Umg, tee Iwich i^ returned to the feny 
by die rmml-about route <tf circling down to Re- 
pnbe Bay, widi its many coves, and then turnii^ 
up <H«r die hi^ feft shtwkfer oi die peak for a 
Ay-h^ i^w of an Hoeg Koog. And then we 
taurri^ acrom the tofaor tat am next fitti^. 

Bdore you come to H<»g K<mg you lau^ at 
all the telk of wrilcHs bail(&% their vfaits around 
fttegs* bitt yon setai to gut caught iq> in die ex- 



ilement of irresfafflsle bngahis. I bonglit Ae frst 
cMooi-Bttde jackd oi my life. It was made of 
gay rmr sUc The price: ^27. 

Viigima took two swatdies of brocaded silk 
she had boogitt in Japan to a tailor, and in two 
days Us workers had made a beutftfol coat and 
evening gmrn mth mmrhtttg ij^oeg ^^ pockd- 
botA.'Hietotol price iii«iiMlMiflr»^mrt».i4|^|fffrffl^t 
in Japan or Hong Kong was idwut $100. 

Beoiuse of afl dme Im^tas, we were qwnd- 
i^ too modi mon^ and rdnctoittty tore <Nirsdves 
oa to Bai^iaik, die hub of Soittheatt Asia. Bang- 
Itak and Venke are jmAably die two fart JEdry- 
fand ^&ti teft on thfa earth. Venioe fa aUfair^and 
whoHtt yon nu»t travd duoi^ quHe a few miks 
of UMy «»v«iti(»al d^a buvi before :^w 
come to die exddi% part of Bai^kok. Thfa 
indudes die royd palaoes, the nnmeroos exotic 
and ooloi&i teiqiles atoi^ the Chao Phraya river, 
and die many Uongs or canab feediqg into it 
(Hut teak togv bam iqicouittiy fuests float in 
dustns ak»e die river. 

Oim MOST vivn> exp^ience in Ban^dc was 
our eariy-mcmmig trip by boat dirou^ the 
finding markets ahng die many canals. There 
were mnarn in tiny canoes selling fruit, men i»o- 
pdhng (by a rear paddle) largnr tanoes piled 
perOwsty hi^ widi cmI, ami canon toding 
woven #k fabric to maricet Two stops ai particu- 
htf intm^ were at an open died iriiere aewrd 
dean, smiling girfa were weaving briOiandy col- 
ored sUk stoles (Mi focrt-pedalted boms, and a rtc^ 
at the unguarded shed vdiere die myti barges— 
ready 100-foot-long canoes— are stored for die 
a^nl cerem<»id trip die king maka up the met. 

After two days wt were off to Delhi, the oifMtd 
<^ the new India and one erf the mort iiii{WMsive 
dties (rf the worid. Its heart fa a s»ies of ever- 
laiger drdn tniilt around a park. Btt die Capitol 
grouncfa are difl m(He impressive. Vnt new gov- 
emnmit buildings liite an u{^ mall which sur- 
pa»es in sfte^ and gnmd^ir the VersaiOe palace 
ipouncfa or the mall in Washin^tm. And faanii^ 
out mto recendy enqpty fieUs are rows oi enriias- 
sin. Each totagjA govermnent seonins^ hm tried 
to cmtshine tlw c^her in die magnificence oi its 
embassy. But mxie is mtne b^tiful than the 
traixfy-w(^ U.S. embassy derigned by Ednwd 
DureBStcme. 

Voy near fane we saw a Kene so typi^ of 
In£a: the juxtapoation oi grandeur and poverty. 
It wu near twilight, and scwnl (k»en bMfisn fam- 
ilies in front ai their Jerry-built huts were cooldi^ 
their ^^r owr fires made of dried dni^. 

%ice ire were at DdU widim 1^ miles of die 
Taj Mahd at Agra, we hired a <^4uid driver and 
made die pi%rimage. A iroonan acquaintance bade 
heme ted warned us: *niie Taj Mdid fa exquirite, 
birt yon hare to make a dreadfuBy long, ddl trip 

Continued on page 12 



Smbwbia Today, October 1963 



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to get to it" We found die italic 
tkm (pite <Maatt. We wem de- 
Hotted with the peife^km of die 
Taj u a iiKHiiimntt ot love ud 
even more deUg^i^ to vmA tke 
Red Fortress akmg the lim two 
milM to the ymi, where the Mo§aH 
who had built the Taj was Itfer 
i«pri»Ded in a ^ ov»loddgig 
his masterpece. And the baton 
was also fiucinating became Uin- 
doded a layout for matntrinii^ a 
rastharan. 

The greatest treat ai die day, 
however, wm seeii^ die Inftm 
countrynde en the way to and from 
A^ra. Some rti^ch^ ««re da- 
matic pktorially. My wife, an ait* 
itf, was ikf trN"g Vf4 phot < >g rap*^ 
ing all akHig dK route. And the vfl- 
lagM — mosdy c^-nnid hirt*— vmre 



loimidve h^ii»d asu \Md. Btm 
m urn 1^ ef Ae new Iinfia 
em^ghii. S^oA dmm were be- 
nig heM to Ic^. And men and 
fnaan were h^i^ IwUd a super- 

stooei on di^ hmb. 

llns ma ^ a naming, of 
ooacm, td the nbeoi^KMStt that it 
India. My Mend f. M. l^wden, 
a pe w q ^ve bma iiAioie l^isineu 
hm tdpoi Mm tf wfs tte wodd, 
saifs d^ Ae odiee wfai p<»nu of 
intetert tt> a Mwdto h^e are cm- 

Ui BiBtttfoBed Uth^pur, where 
die hold k a hea^M ooo^mled 
pala» to Ae sddde of a Uu; 
&faa^uf to Kuhi^ wh«« the ho- 
teb aie booriwa^ ttid die "piidc 
city** of Mpm, Amdiv die larger 
cidei thitf have paitfodafly im- 
piesied toi aie fi^pdenbid, with 

era, and Beoaiea on die hanks of 
die famed (tafea. 

^'^yfTwam te bibui uea, he 
V^ feds dmejw two ^eatq)ou 
, to OMlefn A^diitwe mbied. One 
was unavoidable. That b Pekii^ 
die cai^td ei Red C^a, whkh is 
stiB om of boiraA to Americau. 
The seooBd was Kwda Lumpur, 
nnA ol SiifHiofe. It te die bustling 
capital ol die neirfy {MOposed state 
ol Mdi^iia and a <^ to a diriU- 
ii^ bawttbl txopcal setting. 

An nd aB, te Orient, to iu in- 
ftste 'mriedn, ao endir d ted Vir* 
glma and me diat wbm we le- 
tnnied to the West we felt we had 
fone tta««h a Jdnd of total im- 
morion iriddi has Mt ns feeling 
marvdovsl^ t^rabed. 




The lommo mirprim ... did Irr' 



OUTStOe THE U.S. AND CANADA 




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VEAImKMITH 



1 2 Suburbia Todof, October 1963 



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AT YOUR 6M DEALER'S . . 




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FOR YOUR CAR! 

Slush. Salt. Severe temperatures. Winter is tough on a car! Cooling system, chrome and tires need pro- 
tective service. Special adjustments and inspections are recommended for fuel, exhaust and electrical 
systems. For example, this important battery test could mean fast cold-weather starts instead of phoning 
for help in the months ahead. Your General Motors dealer has 
Guardian Maintenance servicemen and genuine GM parts ready 
to take care of all these pre-winter car needs in one quick, eco- 
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CHEVROLET • PONTIAC • OLDSMOBILE • BUICK • CADILLAC • GMC TRUCK 



Whafedie 
difference between 

apearidher 
and a snart diner? 




The pearl diver coma up 
with a pearl— loinetiniet. 
Smart diaen can alwayi end 
op wtthi pearl-^ Coinoeau 
Cta-Ae-Rada Pearl. It's the 
new way to enjoy Gbkuieatt 
Uqueur-theaoiming UNKh 
to a peifea dinner. 

n* Ctintmm Fmrl: 



Liqueur ovn- ice aibet in an 
oid-faihioncd i^aa. £t tmla! 




Watch Cointreau Liqueur 
du^e from cr)«ta] deamen 
to an eki^nt, deli^tfaity 
Appetizing parly opalet- 
cenoe wh« yon aerve it the 
■Hdem way. ..on the rocks. 
You Bay chooae to4Bd a 
squecie of fresh lime for 
extra leat. The Cointreau 
Fearl is only one of the 
■uny popidu', palate-pl^ 
ing dhWks nude with Cor- 
diak by Cointreau. ¥ot other 
iaacmatteg food and diink 
recipes to help you entertain 
the mo^m way. write lor 
your free cq»y of "Goumet's 
Guide" to OqN. '• 

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Below: Naidie Johnson, schoat director, stwws j^i^ a new- 
ly shorn fieeas. R^a: They ^ww it to the ^teep that gave U. 






is for Animals 



■ Parents in Tinley PaA, lUiiids, md o^bst nearby 
MibiH^M of Chicago hsLve no trouble hbt^^ tfa^ <Md- 
ren down on the farm — for the farm is Ac pli^e where 
about 100 fortunate tfaree-to-stx-year-olds 4>eiid their 
days learning and playing. These ptmchockm plant 
seeds and help with the harvest They churn butter and 
bake com te«ad. They feed the ^uumab and ride the 
pony, watch the cow being milked and Ae rfieep being 
sheared. Their school-on-a-farm, Chchard Hill Farm 
Kindergarten, belfeves in dramatizing learning — and 
making it fun. 



moraMMWIV AMWW lilKlO 



Above: A nesting Nrd ^rovUes an mex- 
P^^ed mtwe lesstm. The boy's western 
hat goes with a study ^o^ mi amboys. 



Right: Gingo'p who ^iOs a skigh in wtn- 
Utr tmd a col in mttimm, is beii^ fed 
with tmearof com by a boy—^ngerly. 



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Suburhu Today, October 1963 




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a^^g>"' *^ ^-mipi^wmt^ <4.tor ««^. i3^pmi,ik.,i^.p,ic$m,i,con^m„^»rti^ i,^ k««.^, ui,. ikw,,. h^ 



extra. PricM wbicct lo ctamgc witfwW natioi. 



The new sound of music 
is you at the Hammond 



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Wouldn't it be fun 
to own a band? 

A whole big, swtngin' band . . . right tfiere in that 
H^innocent looking Hamnwnd Oigan. 

No other make of oigan gives you as much band 
as this Hammond Organ. Hammond's Harmonic 
Drawbars give you ewry kind of trombone sound 
you can name, instead of just one or two. Saxo- 
phone, and French hwns and tubas of all varie- 
ties .. . mo«, bigger, richer sounds than any ortier 
organ. And drums. Bus, trap, marching drums. Even 
bagpipes, if you like. 

It will take you only 30 days to learn to make 
music on die Hammond Organ. But you couldn't 



You can! 



get out all the music that's in it, in a lifetime! 

Prove it to yourself. Now that autumn is here and 
the family is back together again, most of our 
Hammond Oi^n driers are feattiring a Guaran- 
teed Playtime Plan you can hardly resist The dealer 
pute a Hammond Oigan in your home for Mi days, 
and piwittes six lessons, all for just $25. If, after 30 
days, you are not playing the organ to your satisfae- 
tiwj, he refunds your $25. Or, when you buy, the 
$25 is your full ctown payment 

Could anything be fairer ... or more fun? March 
dawn to the mailbox wlA tf«t coupon right itowl 



I ,-_. 

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43Bi Vi/tit Diveney Avenue 
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not cheep, cheep<-but good, good I 

Eating alone? Dine royally on Escalloped Chicken and Noodles. 
Unexpected guests? Serve 'em sumptuously with Escalloped 
Chicken and Noodles. Or why not just surprise the family 
with it some night— for no reason at all but the flavor. 
Stouffer's blends generous chunks of chicken with noodles 
in creamy gravy. Tops it off with toasted bread crumbs. Makes 
It ready to serve in 30 minutes from a standing start. Pick 
some up next time you pass the quality section of your gro- 
cer's freezer. One taste tells you why it's vwjrth a little more. 



iyduffers 

frozen Prepared Fckx^s 



One of STOUFFER'S RESTAURANTS' nxist popular recipes 




Too Many 



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paw THAT tl» wUd fe^e have 
flown, afld tlie c oa^fl ati w i 
Scorpio is imi^ with the nn — 
now that it's October, in other 
w(my1s— you n^MiId do w^ to map 
ycm ttmegy for amthn iMiooal 
duBfe. The amraal avalai^e <rf 
appe^ from noUe ounes k tbomt 
to oorae down on you, 1^ fetter 
box, phcme, and boat 6o(a. As 
always, the P.T.A., the Cob Scouts, 
the ho^tal auxilbury, the liteaiy, 
aiKl a doaeen odier mdid services 
in your own town demand apiece 
erf your time uid mmey. So, too, 
do a bewildermg mvAtftade (rf i«»i- 
ae» d ed toit e d to wi|»ng oat die 
awMted Mb of mankind. 

Hkm^ tfidr qmpaipis may 
mA start for moi^ the bif nih 
ti(Mial hMhh wganiatioBs are 
grmqxng their forees ri^ ik»w, 
and you are tfadr number one re- 
auttmmt taiget. 

"The suburhui v^mian vdun- 
t^r tt die key to the Mocen or 
failure ai any can^Mygn,** sajn a 
veteran oi many drives io the 
Tofedo, Ohio, aiea. "It seems that 
any cause u»ier the sun can raise 
$20,000 or $25,000 lonlly ^nply' 
by gettii^ enoi^ woinett to na§ 
^ootbeOs." 

Should ym \ie one d them? 
Cooi^enoe sa^ yes. ¥o€ rarely 
medicd rnearch deKnws oar nq»- 
port And who can doubt the 
w<»di of a gmt ci&»i may aA^ 
the dramatic conqneM <rf po^? 

Which cause, then, shaU h be? 
How can you, a l^fman, dedde 
whidi is the greater mttmcc uncmg 
a dxmn differait diseases, son^ erf 
i^udi ytm nevtt heard of befcMv? 
Which, for instance, (rf the 19 
agmdn conqjetiog for money to 
h^ dM Uind deserves your con- 
tribution? Why are diere diree <»- 
ganizations for miocular d^trqrfiy 
vN^inu, ^«e in die meMal heahh 
bumiess, and three fightii^ caicei:? 
(There would be four had not the 
Eleanor Roosevelt Foundatton— 
in a rare gerture-nne^ with die 
AmericanCancerSo(^in 1^1.) 

"The public can't pombiy de- 
cide," says a young lawy»'s wife 
in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, who has 



col l ec t ed fw three (nt auMe drim 
fOT the l«rt five yma but has now 
decided to quit al erf diem. "I 
diittk tax-f^ported r»nndi is the 
0^ wemBsh K^s^cm, Eveiybo^ 
pays and nodring pm left out." 
TVs k a pf^ ^u&e dedma 
durt offrads our tnAtoQal Ameri- 
<an tMk in vitentery givn^. It is 
a fact, hamtumt, dutt all erf us are 
aboM^ mM^ a h^ ocmtribu- 
tioo to mecflod nttmsA mth our 
tex dcdlan. Fedcsid ttp^op^axkm 
to Ae IttstitiiM oi Hbyth for re- 
snrch tookd wxm dian $880 o#- 
lk» dM| y^s-"* b^ffir dian ten- 
fold incs^ise stace 19S3. By am- 
parison,^ funib raised l^ die 
volHttay hsddi i^mciM are 
ffiftfl i^ bitt thw ^4 thgjr educa- 
tkMal dSofU deserve much (rf the 
ciedit for the mrent Coogra- 
rioml ^nerodty to me(Ucal re- 
search. In addtkm, mM medical 
pttf^ kd ttol ft woirid be a seri- 
oitt m^de to 1»V6 aB reqioDsi- 
Uity for res^utch to the p>vem- 
m»tt. In q>Me of die teemerKkws 
»mi n^ed 1^ taxitfai, die funds 
and eflEnti of vi^ittaiy agendes 
wilt al««3n be uqmlbuit, in die 
opi^on oi the expats gMhered at 
the 1963 National Heiddi Forum. 

To SAY TH^ however, don not 
seen to'^atify to miny pe<^e 
the 338 local ani nati(»al fund 
diivM la and uenoA Lot Allies 
every year n» the cooqi^ioo of 
tsMot 63 c^gawza^Wtt in BMton 
tto are aD inv(rfi«d in rehabilita- 
tton of the handicapped. 

H(ff are neb stoi^Ms imique. 
From die SeixQe area cmnes die 
wotd: "Menxr Uai^ Is overran 
vndi good ca^M seeking contri- 
btttions.'* 

**U Menu we are no aooacr 
finished wtth one drive dian we 
are caUed on to Mut am>dier,'* Jys 

an oigineer's wUs in San loU, 
CaUfomla. 

"When h conies to canqwigning 
for natfrnd hodth cHgan^atkHis, 
we are cksm to the poibit of rebel- 
Uoi^'* am BOtam rqxMH fnmi 
Warson Wook, Mtoouri. 

*^Why mvMt &mt be so many 



16 



Suburbia Today, October 1963 



m^%f' 



jf^f^^^i^^r^'^ 



itlmmimliimilitmtii iTut— ^— >»<*- 



Ch 



BY MARION 
K. SANDERS 




Drives? 



With the amual avalanche of appeals getting underway, opinion 
is divided on whether they could consolidate 



drivnf* adEs a mMli» d four in 
Biniifaighui,Iiifldiipii.**Ua*t there 
•ome my <^ briiiim ofd» to dl 
tl^ daoc?** 

Afeadet tead to nuM^. Half 
of the l^pe latload heahk o^pa- 
izatkMs dMt aie now actbe did not 
even ezte ia 194S. And viitmdly 
an thow bora eaitter are still ia 
opentkHi. 

Fund nm^ m the came of 
disease hecme MglNiiinai hi the 
1940g and ^ after the ipectacidtr 
»KceM of the Maidi of Dhaei, 
which gunmed a reccnd $63 mil- 
lioQ in one dooMtnioor Moth^s 
March. Adc^ttag a ^ailar tecb- 
niqa^the Amniou! Heart Anoda- 
ti(Mi incTMKd its revenun frcMH 
$100,000 a year to $^ mffioo a 
mj^ the AmetiQUi Caac» Sod- 
^"teaped bom the $^)0,000 to 
the $30 a^on 4m. 

Before toiyfteae eld, ertaMMied 
agenciei waie |oiaed hy a host of 
newcooen. b 194S, ler example, 
• young wram mmed %fi9^ 
Law^ piaoed « two-line ad in the 
New York Itea addng wheO^ 

lUHmAfMN Mr mm mkm 



anyone had ever recovend from 
Bioltiple icl»o», the lare crip- 
|dfa% disease fmn wtttch her bfotii- 
er K^toed. Hius the Mult^ 
Sclenws Society was b(»n ud 
c«ttribu&»tt hne awmed fitaa 
$46,000 to aioie than $3 miUloo. 
Thoe are ]Hol»Uy abmtt SOO,- 
000 MS si^roni hi the United 
States to(hy. On the other hand, 
some nine nullitm Amemans are 
a^cted mth s^fere mental iOness; 
the Meittal Health Aasodation, 
howevn, cdDn^ed less tfian $6 
million m 1962. 

Sues APPAMNT dis»q>micws 
between needs and fimd-iais- 
iag effortt Mir doidits i^out the 
oi^ts ci ^ disease-by-(Ssease vp- 
{Moach to health «hicatkm ami 
medical research. Accordingly, 
many tlxMightful {^ilantluqM^ to- 
day recfMunaid a m^gor at the tc^ 
as an ideal way out <rf die cunent 
confa«on. AgraoM d^liag with 
related ailments mi^ pod thdr 
fond rakii^ research, and edoca- 
tk»al effcMts in, ponibly, f mir nuh 



j^ caa^aiiu: hrart and dicula- 
tmy ifiseases; neundog^d disor- 
ders; Bwnbd health; and cancer of 
dtt types. 

11^ in eflect, is the sohitioB 
favmed by some of the wiy laige 
agokciM. The Amerioui Caaoa 
Society, tot example, is currently 
oigaged hi tiyug to entice into iu 
fold the rehitively new cngaiiiza- 
^oa Imrawd to onabat leulttmia 
which is, ia fai^ a fcmn (^ cancxr 
Ibe A.CJ. investiptois are abo 
mearchii^. 

"A iww oiganizatkm c(»ipeting 
for vohuMeen toA tot wappogt ram 
the r^ risk oi ma^y ftnmdng 
fmd raist^ instead ai fa^ngi^ 
research,** sidd Dr. I. S. Ravdin, 
iwnident <tf A.C.S. 

So fer Uiis aigument has not 
been heeded by the Leukemia So- 
dety whose m«n impetus comn 
from peof^ who have IukI tra^, 
pencmal ei^iMk«ice with this par- 
tner fnm d omoer. Smiliriy, 
nd^r the Ni^onal Assoi»tk« 
tog Retarded ChiMren nor the 
Arthrhis ani Rheuauitism Fcwixla- 



tk)a dxmr any imdination for meig- 
'mg, even though the National 
I^iundaticm has now moved into 
berth th«w fiekls. The more ntab- 
&hed agrak^ suggeA tibat tt can 
oi^ be a matter of time before 
attritKMi sett in — the weak» agen- 
cks win amply give up. 

So far d^ ha not hanxned. 
WUch kava the <fik^ui right 
where it is— ui the nunft's huids. 
Yom to«Q may aheady nave a 
Commnnhy Chest or Red FeaAer 
combined appeal for aO its local 
heahh md wdfare agencies. You 
any ccmsUla- also the possibility of 
b^igjag the national heaUi drives 
iato «|e big campaign. This is now 
the acoqited pattern of soUdtatkm 
m bosiiiess, iadustiy, and govem- 
mxat oiUcc*. Omce^-y&u feder- 
ated (hives iMve abo been ^ab- 
Ushed in more than a thousand 
^immunities uross the c(Mmtry. 
Tbey go by ytakm naaMs: United 
Fund, IMted Crusade for Meicy, 
Good Neighbocs Fmd, eta. Some 
are catted Torch Drives, after the 
first fedo^ed appeal fammdied in 
Detroit in 1940 under the joint aus- 
pices of management and labor 
imions. Ahh(»j|^ die national health 
agnides <fid not take kindty to the 
idea, many ci diera now let tteur 

local chi^s^ dedde on vdiethK or 
aoctojma. 



THE RED csoss, the USO and 
a numbo- of the health otgan^ 
izi^imis t<amo their own drives to 
share in federated campaigns 

The TB Association, the Na- 
tional Foun^tticMi, ami dK Heart 
and Cancer Sodeties, however, 
luive nananed adamant, chiefly 
because they can raiw more money 
on dieir own. The Cancer Sodety 
also aigues that its volunteeis do 
an importmit educational job in 
sorting the iwUic to the earfy 
SD^nptoms of camxr. 

If ymi beUeve — as many sin- 
cere and dedicated people do— 
that Ittaltii cauies are important 
enoi^h to warrant a special effect, 
then ]^)u nught ccnsider a modifi- 
cation of the federated campaign 
Conttiw^ OH page 18 
Si^arl^ Totkv, Ocu^er 1963 1 7 



mBaaam 



Wtai a Mw our emmm m^ p«ti^ tta t» Iniiw itef s imr. 
Ob Oils Me, ef^tpMn ywi see ta lew, tadiilw * v^^ int^^ 

aM 1^ taitei«ni. fin ^^«r ^paltttes are 
srasatiOBal potftnaaace ui a ll-3r^ur/M,0M"arile wamaty.* 




Tbe 1964 Plymonth 



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Was it yvxi who said |^ me a nice-lool(ii« car ttiat rratly 
moves but doesn't cost too much? WtH, here it is, with 
an en^ne and drive train giwanteed 5 yws or 50,000 
milM.* Thaf s a p<»werful ai^ument and it belongs to 
ttw 1964 Plymouth, a car 3^)u'll be prmid of for a (oi^ 
time. If ttils is the year you fAdkmi to btiy a new car, ymi 

pid»d. b«utifui,»rt. ut^a^gaTlfnaMI 






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^CHRYSLER 



Too Many Qiarity 



-HI wilted heakh mgmik This plan wal 
bora back in 1956 to C^ndiopi Coufp^ ^ 
Ohb, in die town of Qalm Mtts, where 
a gRK^i ol women, wmuy of aeuddng the 
ro^b, de^ed, m ^tr om, to stage 
1 mie^iot eoiriiteed 4Mve ft^ all the 
health i^eadei. And a lew ye»a later 
16 ^smm q& the flnh^ikts ol Oevdand 
(spmaeA a flMffis fiKa»a Uiiiled Health 
AppeA rad» the dii^namhip <^ Mrs. 
<k(X|e W. Uit»ii o( South j^did. The | 
wuaes of the ^ eoopi9i#m hc^di a^nr 
dn WNB {M^ed OB qwdU oivdqpet, I 
pemlttii^ ooMittmloa to mdis a choice ' 
if they wished. AUbou^ tbe Big Four 
(OmoN, Heut, HMknal Foundaticm, 
and IB) stiM femahi idoo^ the Cuyahoga 
Coi^ IteikMi Mve tm mtOt steady 
pK^pess. 

It tidm ttne and ^<»t, <i coune, to 
oi|uibEe a fedoirtBd (Uve. IM Aoae who 
have dixie lo fed k b imA wwth vMk. 
In the ffltaeM of coMdMttttoa, the Na- 
tioid H«rith Com^ ai^ die Americas 
EfNte^ Sktc^— ^e «gii^eati<»i of 
(k)ctixso(»e»aed wtth t^ tfiiMse— have 
hem woAh^ for wm a ye«r with the 
tout BMicmal ^pSi^sf oqpM^Uions now 
in opentioo, eiq»lorii^ wmfL to merge 
hiU> a i^B rtio^ t^aey. 

The d^fe of vc^Meetilo devote their 
leiraie to son^^ mutm nMyng than 
ftmd aim% is die motive behind a very 
home^Nin ccMnmunity-clKrt plan launched 
a few vrada ^|o « a paity in Wheaton, 
Uiiiois. Some 2& tool mirtrons dedded 
to |mt $12 i^ikce into a h^ddi fond pod. 
"Fram now OB,^ add c»e of Aese wmnen, 
"idiea ai^ooe cab as to contribute or 
coUe^ for (me of die <W^^ diat generally 
gets a AsOm ftom «idi oi m, well refer 
die caD»- to our tieasnr^ ud the can 
dde out a iUm of our pocL** 

MIS. KAKL ^PIL, who was dected 
treasnr^^t nue yet JMt how the 
planjpffl workom. 

"But at lea^" she said, It will save 
tone Cams gab who are always ringing |p 
each others' domiidls for a nnall dona- ' 
lioa. We ue fed vp with making the| 
nNmds. And thu^ imt because we don't ^ 
want to hdp wor^ causes. All (rf us 
welnnne vdhuto^ lecvioe whidi re<iuires 
direct contact wMi petfoite.*' 

"Tliere diodd be a dngle heattlftliive 
in Ae ifwii^ and our ukmI United cru- 
sade in die M," uqps Mrs. lUrfxrt Sibley 
of B^kd^, CattfMitfa, who is virtually 
a ML time votmntim, w<»ldng iHdi her 
local Board <d Edw^Okm, Orandl of 
Sodal Ptam^ YMCA, and Unitod Cru- 
sade. Mrs. mkf ttiOB^ (&^rees with 



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Drives? 



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the health ag^det wh^ Ib^ Jm% lli^ 
many drives oa die pwmk tm, A^ ^ 
ft»d ifl^vidiiiAi w ^yc w tea hy to |»r- 
tl^lNMe in wotAnvUe terivlte* 

This, too, hi the wew <rf Mr. «nl Ito. 
Ctaitoi D. N^»- who^e to Ae RAuta 
of Omahm BMoHte. 'Thou^ tte to a 
span^ poptfi^d w», w H6 i^Eed to 
coottflNrte to a ^A^bvepie emae at 
least once a ■lOMh,*' sayi Mr. FecAder. 
"The qo^rtioa ton the inittvidul today 
is to de(^ «M^ (^ tiie eani^ s^ses^t 
a banc need to frtddi teie ud mra^ 
du^ be cMtftt^tfed.** 

THE ouii FOit the Uffit»i Allied 
BMl»i tSMe. BM hmtftt MtMB tebig 
nAat it ii, vM people ^ die tfineaaaoimt 
to one 149^ m O^iroi^ ^ told, to 
leveial? hg^ tfh^e a Ao^^ tb^ a o»- 
toflwtai e€ $90 an M (»e tone mi^ kwk: 
nriMaM-Hud eva n^i^ hantboine— 
to te Aw« iHio wofdd jpood out $10 
(tf $1$ to Mdh (^ btf a dona a{>peals 
nude in die covfse {rf a ym? 

Onfy a Wf<^»c«it of cw nttknid in- 
come b eoiWflMMed to dbo^ u tt is, so 
dmottsly otur mM^ (Mv» ate wM yet 
a settois diam c» our menitt— but eqiii% 
(4yvtow, it is ^^ necewuy cootinialty 
to le^^ tite moA t^te&yt ways d? rais- 
in aal n^ ttiA hiH-ferceat, aiKi hqw- 
ftiDy a sood deal nu»«! 




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Someone's 
going 
steady 
with daddy 



AndwhynotrAdaddyisallftNiMKltanfira... . 

•I( dKNtiw and cliin-^iudung. A dMkly can bim into 

a hone at the drop <^ a dimi^d smite. 

He's a whiz i* games and a matter lauildw- witti blocks. 

He's the hwo «vho comM home mWn a surprise 

in his poclwt ... a toss in the air in his wm. Who 

wouldn't want to go stoa<^ witti a g^ blade lite ttiat? 




fkem »iM|Uilar IM in his own right, 
Dan Gertw. "It nny intorest ^m to know ttiat here 
at Geiter ^mt Mx/s foods are 'cusbm-cookeff 
to inswe ilipstlhility and bettor nourishment. 
For wcamfMe, s<me foods require tonger (poking thin 
ottwn . . . some hitter temperatores. Fruite are 
flash-cooked . . . sweet-potatoes era slow-oxrfced 
(to break down starctws into Msify digested sugars). 
Egg yolks are tmted differently from meats. 
\fimataver the m^hod, onking time Mid ten^ratores 
are scientlfkally controlled to preserve the utoiort 
in pracious food vaitws." 

A bK abeut btoekt. There's som^ing about blocks^ 
thirt ataohftely captivatos toddlers. With or 
wittKwt dMi's inspirational help, they're grmi ftin to 
irtack up and toppte dovm. Interestingly enwigli, 
ttiey Iwve eckicattonal value, toa Every time your 
totMUer suKoeds in ^ting one btock to s^ on 
top of wwther, his h«Kb and qws adrann in skiilr 
Every time he hits upon a new amM^Mnent, 
he devdk^ his crwrtive imagiiwtion. 



Itore abeut bki^n ... the "buiMing Mocks" of ttw body; 
namely proteins. Gerfoer Hii^ Protein Cereal 
has a 35% protein content, to sey nothing of added 
iron, calcium and B-vitamins. Add a toasty, nut-lite 
flawK and you've nutrition in the nicest form imaginable. 

ToMler tactics. From time to time toddlers go on 
a milk strite. You can often encourage a reluctant one 
to drink his milk if you let him sip it through a 
bristly cotored plastic straw. Other wajtt you can 
get milk into a toddler: offer extra servir^ of 
cereal. Or GMber Custard Puddings. Or treat him to 
a nog. usir% Gerber Egg Yolte as a base 
and Gerber Orange Juice and sugar for flavoring. 

Fer yew bafey^ welHMiiv Gerber prepares over 
100 baby foods-infant formulas, cereals, strained and 
junior foods— to meet your batq^s nutritioral needs. 
We're prowJ to say: 

'*Birt^« aM« (Mr iMiiMi^Mi 
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IMP(XSSIBLE? THAT'S WHY EVERY FAMILY SHOULD MAKE OUT A HOU^HOLD INVENTORY BEFORE DISASTER STRIKES. 



Close your eyes for a minute, and try to recall e^^rytfaing of valiM in yow 
living nxxn. Thai do the same for other rooms m ^mr honw (<km't f(»fet 
the basemoit and attic). Evm with dosed ^«s, you'll "aee^ the {otdbkn 
most peopte foureaft^a fixe. 

But tbrae's a way to avmd tikis dtiuitum. Whm you insure your hoBMS 
through a Hartford Agmt, or ymir msuranoe bv^, hell i^a^y h^ ywx 
fill (Hit a HousdH^d In^^ntoiy Form listing ymir b^nB|tegK» n>om 1^ room. 
11^1 you ke^ a «^py and he fiks a dupUoite in his q&cb. In iAm vmA oi 
fire, it's Mi^ to esteUkh ^ju^y iHiat was destaniyed. 

Hmis^ioM Iii^ntoiy hasat^ use. In addfitim toprovkiii^^a record of 
ytmr bdonginp, the Hcmsdiold Invoitory aiaU» you and your I^irtford 
R^resentati^ to total up their vahie— dioira ymi at a i^moe Iww mw^ 
insurance to carry, 

With an Invoitory to gu^e ymi in ordering just tlw ravmnge you i»ed— 
no more, no less— youll tsai tlM Hartf<mi Homeownos **^ncka^ polky" is 
the best way to get H. l&ur Hartford Agent win ez^ain how it coven your 
home, fum^ungs and posmal bd<mginfB agaiiot fire, windstorm, l^^t- 
ning, imndalism, tibeft and otl^' perils. Hell point out the important per- 



sonal BaUHty secticm iHiidi protocts ymi 
dttnu n«l kwMute by o^bm pers(»s for 
tiieirpvt^mrty. 

Finally, Im'U Aicm you that the Hart- 
f<ad Homeownfis jnovkte tibJs pr^ec- 
tkm at rabrtin^ nvingB from tiieoost 
iA sodi iasnnotc* ^tiuTOi^ s^Miate 
ptrtififts. 

See your kxad Hartford Agrnt or 
broAcer. He out take care <d tSL ymir 
insurance ne^— for yoiur iKxae, car, U^ 
uid health. Ym will find your Ifaurtfcnd 
Aipit foted in the Wkyw Fifes Or 
lAmavm yoa see the ftmlUar 9^ 
tnukmark diqdayed. Itoiy Hartford 
Afoiti abo d^jby tUi m- 
bten of tiw Natitmal Assod- 
ation of Insurance Agents. 



and your faunily manbors against 
acd^tal injuries, or cUmut^ to 




viMi M >M»inMi ourwifti. no wni. wmi 

THE 
HARTFORD 




Throu^ 
Darkest 
^ Adolescence 

Contbuttd from f^t 9 




"Strange," the doctor taki, not be- 
Ikving his etr^ in wUdi he had de- 
viously tni^ 'm^Mtly. "Biei^ 
deeply, Sonny,** he (Srected hk |tt- 
tient, ami li^a^ mlmHy again, a 
puzzkd look on hte £ace. 

The doctor was a thortragh, idei^ 
fie sort of feltow, and he eventu^ 
notic&i that the Munnriiv «Hse was 
made only when tlw boy was exhid- 
iog. Now he was oa the ri^ track, 
and soon he wis ccmvtw^ that tlw 
humming mirise wm— a humming 
noise. AflUcted with notUi^ more 
than a severe ose of adotescence, it 
turned oitt tfwt the hoy was merely 
humming a popf^a tarn. Hus hum- 
ming is a ttMy ooBmm ^nnpttan of 
advanced a dote tc eii ce, when a crav- 
ing for mwte mdm it necessary to 
hum a tune <tarii« the diort periods 
when ie{»ntt«i tnm a radio or rec- 
ord player. C^erwise, there is that 
dreadful quiet which a teen-ager can 
oidure only i^out as k^ as he oui 
bold his biea^ 

As for trettment of the disease, it 
would be a mMtkB to i»t the ado- 
ks(xnt in b^ luving had siKh a time 
getting him out of it. He n^ stay 
there ind^wtely, ptting up only 
when iMcessioy to^ to tbt bftthro(»n 
or to the refi^ntor. Nor is there any 
use (k»ing him vrith sulfa, penicillin, 
aure<»Dycin, or cortis(»e. 

ChKC it is certain a child has ado- 
leKcnce, shmiUI yw tell him? Or, if 
you lack tlw ewirap, dtould yva sA 
the doctor to do so? No. Not kmw- 
ing the serawu^ (d his illi^ss, mM 
kiwwing all ^t Iks ate»l of him, 
Ik will think y^m unduly alarmed. 

"Get hold of yourself," he will say, 
as yw \mah away tlw (ears and try 
to kMp yaa tower lip from trembling 
too noticeabiy. "I'll live through it." 

Maybe be will, you think to your- 
self. But will we? 

The wise parent wiU fight back the 
impulse to toD the teen-ager what is 
the mrttar with him. Not only will 
adoles^nts ne^r Klmit they are s^o- 
lescents (in this respet^, as in so 
many others, resembling uKntal pa- 
tients), but they resent having Jhe 
term applM to tl»m. CaU them 



"rtniM fool" or "nitwit" or "nin- 
conpoop" (wWch they pn^bly 
woiddn't umie^rad, anyhow, and 
wmild be too la^ to kwk up), but 
never, opedaiy in a Komf ul tcme 
of voice, "adotescent." An adolescent 
too often calM an i^krteseeot may 
<to KXKtiui^ drastk, such » run 
aw^ fmn heme. So you dK»dd be 
eardU wiA die w<^ unkss you 
ha^ b^n tookuf for a wvy to $ti 
the dUU to awve out 

In Aon, adolescents, however 
bttUy ttridkea, are not only beyottl 
help but do ncM widi help, esp^iatty 
froBi dieif pwenu. Parento of their 
friend are scmwthing else i^un. 

''Jeanm's msAbm and &ther un(ter- 
stand AM," my tMu-age dai^ter is 
always saying, "even if yon dcmX" 

The interesting thii^ is that Jean- 
ne's mcMher and &ther, wIk> do in- 
deed understi^ my daughter, cton't 
underhand Jeanne. We do. So when 
my dai^hter is un-under^ood by us, 
she gDM to Jeanne's touse, aiMl when 
Jeanne is un-under^ood by her par- 
ents, she comes to ours. It is a fine 
syston, a kind oi two-way Lend- 
Lease. ScHnetimes our dai^ter and 
theirs, each headed for the <Hher's 
house, i»ss a few blocks away, kt 
mid-pmnt. The (Mdy trouble is that 
die t^n-age giri in our Ikmisc a te^ 
part of the time is not our dau^ter 
but Jeanne, and the one who seems to 
be a reguUr member of the odier 
household is not Jeanne but our 
daughter. Guests are understandably 
bewUdeied, and we grow tiied of ex- 
fdaining. 11» fact that the two giris 
wear i(tenti»l defies and hairdos 
adds to the (infusion. Sometimes we 
are itot sure ouiselves. 

BUT I HAVE been using my dai^ 
ter as an example too much. 
TTiere is dso my son, rtwut whom 
it might be said: 

Our son does litUc, now, but grow, 
An! that he does a lot. . 

He's "shooting up," we say, and so 
No wonder we are ^ot. 

Yes, adolescents are ack and not 
to be Iwld ao»unUbte for their ac- 
tions. DesiMtc What some dd-fashion- 
cd penoto^sts say, it would be unfair 
to put them away a few years in a 
maximum-security prison. It would 
not only be unfair, but more impctf- 
tant, it would be iltegal, and you cwild 
wind up in prison. You might enjoy 
the peace and quiet, at ttiat. 

"There ought to be a law," I have 
heard some parents mutter, but it 
was only wishful thinking. If siKJh a 
law were passed, it would prompdy 
be declared unconstitutional by soik 



s^theartod jwl^, in idl liketthood a 
lMi^ek». 

As d mm, diere is nothmg to do 
idxwt adc4escen« tntt tet it run its 
course, wnr its^ mrt. There are 
diose who <^MiniistkaUy talu hx^ in 
the adnmce of s^»e in the parallel 
fi^s <d poUooqMttis, dub^n, aiMl 
sdris^rmia. Imleed, tiKre may in 
time be not oidy tubercuk^ stami^ 
iNit i^teKsii^iAamiM, and ^» Can- 
cer Fund may be match^ by the 
Adolocence Fund, aimed at supply- 
mg adequate rcMurces for raKarch 
diat may tead to a sdenti&: break- 
thrm^. S^KHiU such a fund drive 
get uiulerway, hundreiik oi thousands 
(rf vdunteer worlars stand ready to 
canvan every home in the land, tak- 
ii% with them stickers bearing such 
forthr^t, crusading slogans as 
"Stamp Out Adolescence" ami "We 
Gave." 

Some day a Dr. Salk will probably 
couM along with a vMcine for aito- 
lescence. If so, die only question wiU 
be which Nobel Prize he should get — 
the (MM for medicine or the one for 
peace. 

But until then, my advice to pai- 
ents of teen-agers is to repiember that 
these young peofde are sick. Be kind. 
Vint them only during viatmg Imhus 
and only when bearing gifts of candy, 
clothing, electronic gad^ts, and mon- 
ey— espedally money. 

As for corporal punishnwnt, you 
wouldn't hit an invalid, w<wld y<Hi? 




raOTKTED 

tffiiut chafii^ irritatk». 

MOTECTQ 

agafaitt odor. 

t^ainst tdltak otttlines. 

mimm 

agunst embamnment 

PROTKTB) against kM8 of acthfity, 
kMs of fr ee do m. 

i^aimt diM(»aft»t. 

Yes, you're protected ^t^tta yoo 
use Tampax* internal salutary 
protectkm. Even the 1m^, hyp- 
am oontainer-i^irf^tor protect 
ycNi. No wonder millions (rf smart 
young modems lae this wi^, tte 
modoa way. 

Why am ym Aem? TVm^»ax 
Incorporated, PataoCT, Mass. 



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Scott-Mitchelt, De^.ST-10, 415 S. Broadway, 
Yookan, N.Y. 



c. 1700 BRITISH PARADE 9DE DRUM, ilrilcingly 
emblazoned in 6 colors with tli« Royal Coat of 
Arms, reflects the pageantry and color of the Brit- 
l9Ji armies of tudi as Wellington, Kitchener aitd 
Clive of India who have heard their roll sinn 
1700. They are nwwive, heavy, brilliantly colored, 
stand 15* and are a full 4 feet all around. Less 
than 100 are produced yearly by hand in Pakistan 
wtiere it has been a family art for 2 centuries. 
Intricate, detailed Coat of Arms reveats dawing 
lion and chained unicorn topped by a gold crown 
set witii jewels over a cap of crinww velvet and 
turned up ermine. It bears the mottos of Engl^ 
«id the Order of the Garter. A tiiin veneer of glis- 
tening gold covers the back half of^the drum, and 
both top and bottom are cawred with hand- 
stretched ^leepAin. As a reminder of yesteryear, 
as decoration, a coffee table or bar, it is unigue, 
cotorful and rarely teen. $65. (shipping d«gs. coll.) 
Regimental Importt, Oept. ST-10, 987 Second 
Ave., N.Y. 17. 




OolL THE wINNINC MHO WTN l«HWE9T 
CAM>S. AN the hoiior cards in Wt dodi foatore 
the First Family. JFK is tiw ace «td Jackie (tf 
course) the queen of hearts. Finesse throu^ brtrth- 
ersi, sirters and in-laws. Good quality Aemdard deck 
is grand-sism fun in the American tradition. $1.25 
or 2 for $2 ppd. Greenland Studios, 140 Greenland 
BIdg, Miami 47. FU. 




Direct To You from Engiand At Amazing Low Prices 

ENGLISH BONE CHINA 



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Af flwM iHibcMairaW* hm pricn yo« can cii otiw H^m* Mim 
fwrm •fcowm mirf gtoft fomr vty ewii coMacfioii «§ rtmm 
I mmni tmd iii§tlik Bonm China Mia. Tfc«y aNA* wpmdvM nth*, too. 

If you aopraciate th« finer ttiings, you wiM lovo thte fln« Ei^H^ don* 
CMm. mi hMMl decorated and trimmed in 22 kt gold, Mm d^lcate 
IMttem* in ■ dMnot of 12 dainty designs, complementing any service 
or decor. Use for tea and coffoe service settings or display for friends 
to admire; ymi wW receive counttess compHments. This raiina ^eaks 
for Itself. Impeccable st^e, exquisite dassic and contemporaiy pat- 
All ttiese things can be summed up In the words, "FbM 



4 sen - $ S.00 
c scrs - 7.00 

12 SETS - U.7i 

terns for the disciminatir^ taste. 
Genuine Er#M« Bone C^ina." 

These are the patterns and shapes you have long admired, and ttiought beyond )/ow reach. 
You know Mm h^ ^ue and prestige that is placed on ^nuine English Bone China. Because 
of our «Ndusive oontivct arrangement, we are elite to bring directly to you from Ei^^nd 
ttiese exquistte seta at this startling mHm. 



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and w«»dl» ... in yav naarf fer n p wri . 
Finl«N4 bi 9 I— B ii ag goW c«M pirillfid 
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■Mtan) ifiMM «■ kidi MM ia MnMHM 
wMilMMn dMiiflMll^ ■ad.Onaa^ Aa> 
Km CoffM «r Ifack tad^oaad: tMr mhmI 
bOad «■ n ii Of o ftf 4BariHN.'Nt« HaNiMN 
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flfaaaa ana aawiiatf biiild-aii fail ^ fraai 
Tfy|MA^ wofHa i#aiiif tM^t^i a^MM^ fatiS' 
•aria, ^rill, ak. WM nal it uka n ar pM 
utanaNa. I ac can wMi bmiii. Only $1.N, 
phw 2Sc aiaiWw 4 h aiwI Bin . 
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Now, About 
Suburban 




Teachers . . . 



Eibon' fioie.' /it At Augm bme ef^owmmkl^gux Ae wanton ^iwitU fmimt^ mmmu^ 
on Som WMaon^s arOde, *'Ufs Fn« Ow Sdioeis." Mr. Wtam, a iomar tatim iH» Im 
b^H t^UtctOtm e^Bk>r of the New York Itoak! TtSiKm mi m v*ckd report U> FreMkttt 
Eise^km» on tfie Wt^ Hmise Om^mtm <m ]Mucaioi¥"'4a wA ta a suaessfid noM^ — 
md A0 a wrtay cf bita^rii^ p»nta maie k i^fimk bt mm^ n^ulfm ammuuMa for 
%taidh^ iodoa &m^^tm fa^. HmmMs ei readme wmis cmmIvw^ Mr. Wt9(Mfs wifn* — 
or enioimtg H. Mmy ebo daamei otit& xhooi ^tMems. T^ fcUowi^ excer^ are fnmt 
Aree repre^MOive kners: 



Neededt FovleM. Leaden 

SkNM WikM», in Us recent article, ''L^*! Ftee Our 
SchoE^** ffwa the imfo^aon that, eqwdidty in the s^ 
tubs, American puMic w^xxh are troiMed feis 1^ a lack 
ci moo^ dum a luck <tf beedom. UnCMtanatdjr he is right 

Chie does not have to be overly percefHiye to realize dat 
many U our teachers are limited b<^ m iHutt they dare to 
say and the my they conduct tl^r p^Knal lii«8. Hoviwvh', 
tUs situatioa is notha iKw nor hc^K^H. 

the deprMsing (M^ire Wilscui paints of cm fri^r^ed 
teachers, bound l^ harassing mteiferenoes ai»l non»nrical 
re^rictkMH, ONikl be on^derably Mi^tta«i if mt educs- 
ti<xud c^ldals would heed Hie advice of Qbrencx Rmdall, 
fcomer preside oi Inland Steel: "A man must fight Us 
own miy thrv^i, rdyii^ on notUng \k& his instinct for 
the f%ht, his (»ur^e, and his intd^Mira." 

Any time a {ffin^wl cff a district svperin^adait yi^i to 
pressures agaiiot Us imier ccMivictioBa and to tbt diriment 
oi his teaches, he is kno^nnify a»ttxH)M^ to die en»l«i 
of our edudrtknul fcmndaticMtt. 

AD the proUnn pareitt^ town bo^bo&s, ovracMuenra- 
tive sc|o(ri4xnrd mmioa%, and a^iduMtMRt wMi *'Md 
Isaiia md inn hant^ coidd be i^rasrted atai^by pto- 
vicfi^ our tMdbeis whh faudess and mxAvit kaf^hqi irt 
evny level of oar educatkmal cludn-(rf-c«ifflnad. 

An^^ew E. EUw 
\ Burton, OHo 

Parmte — DanH Abdiealef 

Mmqr of tottey's rabnbsui pai«rts not oi^ Vusk the 
wherewtehal to h^ iirtdle^nal disraittkxo — di^ tettat 't 
in local tndiers. La^ d. (fis^aooo A bone oo^Mei a 
vaomm ci fear. And vety ^itewnaled purata fnoM die 
idea ^tt n teat^M't ^lo«)^ Bu^ dMes w^ tt& ewii— 
dns chaWenging puoMd woSSbo^ in the cUld*s inuid. ytf 
point: ^urents Aoidd pay mom atte^K» to diefar cUQdroi's 
int^cctmd de ve topm cat— not ddegitfe te etfe^ to the 

Mrs. Sebna L. TcUiu 
Mt^ GleHt PamsyiwaAi 

CiMtiwr Yee, bdeed 

I nmrt tt^pie with die moark that beonne a tMcher 
rar^ piAiUahes or bdki§ aa art show he is not "^numtely 
cr«rtiv<e.'* 1N^ a due eeqwet, Mr. Wibon, dirt's hofwash. 
What kmd of oiterk is dut kit meanirii^ ciertive iri^ty? 




My ttfa^hfnde (felM^rs (x«M have n fieki di^ widi ywt 
baric ii^Mmp*teBf t 

I Uive bem Umpted to kaw teacUi^ wmy dmea; I Urvf 
had bHter oOoi, financially. But I rranain a temta, 
tnaS^t Mr. WilK», k's becMse I see nqp l^pM »eati 
tuk in the danroom. 

Ifs ibk my. Hiere seons to me to be no beMer f^m 
tUm echiotticm fcv me to ^Msnd i^M IWe a«ad^ I do 
'poaa^ Ouis te a «uiftisMl natkMi — a conft^ wmM. 
chiU^Hi, ray mds^ are gni^ to have to recc^^e the 
ccNiffic^ die pfAurMo^ die chaos of ideids our aoe^ l^e- 
s«M to dien and ^Kovn- ui id^thy ttMt is v^xdMome ai4 
accertabte 

11i»e Mdento need to reo^nixe aod imderMwid in- 
flicts in vahi». Iliey cm't always un^stand that we rndli^ 
mutt diem to be hcm^ whoi tt^ see Jk4 {addfai Us »• 
p«ae account It w&H easy for them to bdBeve tfMit our @i^ 
tiue holtb educrtkm hi rach 1^ erteem wha dicf com- 
pare expendiMres on Hjam^md to amounte t^cM ctt 
WipKt. 

These stttdiaits mint, in short, teun to dunk, to examine, 
and to quertka. 

They ofi^ do dib. There b no ame rewardu^ ottaw»i 

dian Kieaat Aem do it. ,» « . 

^ Vkkfr Roes, Jr. 

UtOetOH, Cohraio 






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"nlaMer K tyda Mi WA* Mr pmi «rttb 

yoJilT:|.w5r iii«i>fcri. «.¥. 





OLD-nilE IRON BANKS MM tiiMi wwt inediani- 
oi l wwdir i •( At laTOik cut hM CMtn^iora 

9UVMtlM to ^IMffHflW COIMi Mm MQWI'ttSS tllC 

VNtOTS Of mnTi. ROWf ii iMfi^ wi^f m Mno pMiff o 
bUe IwdMtoi lani nuMt, hand-paliited In a rain- 
bow of niars. A Jqr far youoa a*;)d old— 4ii|, oMorful, 
NNNff lodoiOiictlMtf md botii vritti outntntlc woHc- 
Ing a^ofl. "Trki D«9." Plan coin in dog's moutli 

(xfti^^ . $14.9S pptf. "rwluiiiihn Qown." bntrt 

C9M SMI CiMVA WMfit flfMIM Oil MnIj HIW IwWdl Wl 

Ms kmt, fi^fly painted cio«m tots on anti«M 
focM knt. «iS*. $21.95 Md. AntMiut Toy Co., 
Oopt. ST-10, 122 EMt 42nd St., N.V, 17. 




OLD FA^IfONEO WTCHO DLONIAL DOORBELL— 
o2* mA ttK(% Bi IstprflMoM Twriii ^Im Imb^ and a 
mutlcai b^ tinl^ anoooncts tho caH#f. W% so 
uiy to install in a few mifMites on any door. And 
of COHTM if s ^rturily indestructible. Non-electric. 
SoHd brats coiMnjction. ZVk' face plate. Greenland 
Studios^ 139 Grotnfamd Wdg., Miami 47, Fla. 




«MI0 rax IIA»l$>4Ma* MpdrtMl Krii Modr 
^k of Mw ad i i tww m^ awt FywH 



'^|!«5S!1i»57*:«. 1&* Ck. Daft. "St, 
Umfim.. N. Y. IT. 



far 
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JfflKXN T^tfURE M(N( SAFE Ma Ittw a book, 
ytt whan apMid to a safe to protact yow MluiMts. 
OungMMt conbination lock. Km laMber-Ufca gold 

-A a ■-« — a» lA^ . J. — -*«i J^omI 

IIMlpM BNIBNI|. m mnOOMll fl^pfVHIOl wHi TPOl 

4Myow. Safa BMaim «*xlVh*ii2'. J2J0 ppd^- 9 
far HJO. Scott-MitdNU, D^ Sf-10. 41S S. 
Yon«Mrs» M.Y. 



ANHWE PnCE GUIDE lisU 1963 value of 32,000 
Americu anti^es! The only antique dealer's hand- 
book (Jast released to public), it includes pictures 
and priost of glasc china, furniture, mere than 200 
odiar gnups. Fascinating, and you'll smc money! 
A fbie new Xmas gift. $5.95 ppd. Madison House, 
D^ ST-10, 380 Lexington Ave., NY. 17. 



MONOGRAMMED BEER GOBLETS hold a klng-^ 
IS ozs. and have hollow stems. Old Eni^lsh mono- 
gram Is hand-art by expert artisans. Glass Is highly 
^-pMAed. Each geUet holds a full botUc of 
bear. A dlstlncUve ^ tiiat looks many times its 
low price. Set of 4, $3J0 Md.; 2 seti^ $6.25. 
Specify monogram. Emirtiv, Ocpt ST-1, 140 
MwMadalo, Twkriioo, N.Y. 




Special HolMsy 




or tape. CNr| ta 
Setaf U 

MTtiidlM riT 



OllOfll 



yow Xm»« tflh* frum tlMs* $xdflitg prcMfiPCfs-«ilv 
iptl$hKthn or yow motfy b4wk (•xt^/m 




$1,000 LOW FM $27. The Caim Gmi Is more 
dazdlng, more raMant, more rcNictive than pradew 
9om«, yet yoH can biqf • 1 ct Capra Gem rar $27. 
This Is the "man-made mdracle" Aout tiAidi you 
have read. Write for free illustrated booklet of hand- 
poliihed and hand-art Capra Gem rings for man and 
women. Capra Gem. Co, Oapt. ST-103, PJO. But 
5145. PhHa. 41, Pa. 



KWARO $1L790J0 FOR TMS «>ill. Cains do not 
bne to be oM to be mtmUt. Thouiidi of doHars 
kMc boM BiM for «Mi» ■■ raesnt as 1940 to 1956. 
»epi B e n«ii g t » hi a towmi worth hund r eds trfdol. 
tars! lihistraM MM Mw MUm-^MfiOO minted 
12 McaiMtai fer. Whm are the rot? New 



1964 catalog UsU hundreds V coins we want to 
buTaS glws the price. Send only $1 for tWs vata- 

ablc coin book that '"«' «*«i>»" "Jf^A ^??^ 
of dollars. Best Values Co., Coin Dept A712. 285 
Mtfket St, Newark, N.Y. 



ROYAL POSTAL 
STAMPER to 
handle your own 
maa. You couldn't 
ask for anything 
more beautifiri or 
efficient FOR DE- 
POSIT ONLY, AIR 
MAIL, PAID, are 
among the 12 use- 
ful piMwcs on this 
midtlple stampw. 
A decorator's piece 
for your. desk or 
affke. In gold or 
silver tone. A 
Hnvt gift Order 
several. .Gift hoc 
, . . onh $3.95 
each ppd. Rare 
Gift Co., Deirt. 
ST-10, 380 Lex- 
Hilton Avt^ New 
YoH( 17, N.Y. 




40 GEinnNE PNOTO CHRBTRIMS CARDS. Your 
fworite photo and name printed free on each. 



$1.00 InchidhM envelopes. Send your favorite i 
ihot or print It Is ^letographed and made Mo 40 
pcrsoniiind Photo Chrlrtmas Cards on gto^ stock. 
Add 3Sd postage and handling each set. No aNTs 
or orders after Dec 11, 1963. Photo King. Oe«rt. 
PC-19, Box 3atl. Grand Central Sta., N.Y. 17. 








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«UNT u rr. McriMieuMicAL mlloon h 

^>rge«pi^plMtaMarMmd. FuN of bewM, it's 
•M^ <rf leng-MMMipfaM, biBMe* to 12-18 ft 
Myh. A I tee adJw fHi Miiwt to attirt attention, a 
?••''''•• sueeMt jl ■ cMNNn^t party; gnat Xmu 
*S(in« sMNr. Mw «p^ aurphis. $2.90 ppd. 
MF Co., Dipt S-ie, l» East dUt St, N. Y. 17. 



PENCILS VWTH VOOR "Af £, >• •P'tiiSH.'Ni.'? 
of 12; 3 or more sets, 55c persK. S«M» ** 2 

tcad ;hUi rubber erasers. Personal _f»»e« gr 

SSr a set for eachdiild in the ^'^^■^^ 

ttftk. or money order. No CO.D. |. rrm. names 

S. M^ISncil Co., Hallandale^20. Fla. 



UJL MSIICM. CORPS STETNUQ^ — Ever try 
t0 bay 000 off thasef Naid to ivi^ and usual^ ex- 
peiiuv^ orano new surplus ii.d. weu. worps stemo- 
scepe is Meal for doctors, nurses^ studMts, etc 
EducatloNal and greaA fun the real thing c haMor 
Man a toy! Nai^r in the osuntry. $2.93 ppd. Wt 
ngular price.) Klkif^ Dipt ST-10, 333 East SOUi, 
M.Y.22. 



GROWING AimUM. maiS M^ual^ feed and itert 
to grew ffiie O'^y as soon as ym *1aad" them to 
water. Secret is a new Kientific process ttirt re- 
leases a iMrticultural seed on a special awtcrlal 
thiA starts tte ndrade of life and growth. Hair 
artudly vows an ortrich, lion, etc. Set, $1 J5; 2 
sets. $2 ppd. Growing Anim^ Circus, 0^ lO-ST. 
1 Parit Sm^ N.Y. 



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Awarded Monthly:.$536 Schdar^Up in Commercial Art 

Draw your t^iee of ray <m» ot thmt—haewtf tombafjaek, or giri. 
Mak« your dminisf , in pcndl, any sim exempt Wu • tra(^. 
Ev«7<MM wko aoid* • drawing g«t« • prpfearioBal ««tiBMto (tf 
hia teWt. Th* winiMr nedvM UM oompkto COTOM ia advartiiiBff 
art, iUartntiag, caTtooBint tad paintiiig tang ht 1^ Ammkm'» 
Isrgtat horn* rtudy art adm^ 

EntriM for tliia oontast dit« by NovambOT 90. IMS. Nona can 
b« ratarnad. Oaritoibnta and prwfewional artaata are not d^ibla. 

How takntad ara y«M? Flad out! If jnm lika to draw, ymi eoidd 
be aMCc aa afu l in a part- or foQ-tima mrt eaanm. Start your draw- 
ing uom. CBp tfaki ampcn rad mail your entry today. 



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FOR MY M(MiBy« tll6 WOfU if 
(tt^ded i^o two CMqw: the 
talkars wbo oqi^ tiwanrivN and 
^ lt^a»n wlio wish tii^ had the 
mnt to make aqwedb m p^iUc 
Mo^ pe<V^ «Ki up OB te H^n^ 
bm^ heo^ it'i «wi« thtt mgr. 
Th^ envy tiidr *^^a^ ac- 

K^ kaofw ecactfy n^ to lay ud 

hanqw^ or dudiii^ a me^iflf. 

I can lee tt» l^enen'* now, 
back in the Gonm with tfieif little 
dicie of firlracb or over bdiad die 
dob's ooOee mak». I ms theie, 
too,u)tf I lamed yov cttt Joaq) 
the fence into the **tilkui^ groiqi, 
if you're ^ven the i^ po^. 

The push casM i» ne in 19S8 
whoi King Features Sj^mficate 
boyfttt oqr colrau of taeSts 9A- 
vice, for teton^oBri distiib^ioo. 
One (faijr I w» a comtry nei^aptf 
cocrespoodeat (and, inc ide rt iJy, 
die b6st.(kra '^tm^ in soitfiem 
Oifoo). The vtaA, I was a qmS- 
o^d otonu^ nd I found my- 
self nidtteily and Mi^Mei^^y in 
danand u a piAfic qpeak^. F«r 
jnm, the push any be iHmi you 
be c om e pte s idB Ct of the P.T^ or 
chairaun of your dnuch dob— 
or any time duit^'wi have to Mnd 
m front of an va&eaot tad malx 
a qieedi m give a n^poit The he- 
pOTtant tldi^ is that Vm net p^m. 
wM) fr^ wsf BOfe— and aay ex- 
perieioe f^rmg dnt ai^ scaredy- 
cat can speak in puUio — if you 
have to. 



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EN my §sai. imdtatioii--ii» 
a tv intf rvirw , rs mf , I felt 
like a modom Mde o^tt wtth 
onezpeded cooqM^ and no pack- 
^ nmus. After it was ovN, diongh, 
I didnt diink rd done too bac^ 
—m^ the next di9 idien a fr^id 
gudied, 11 saw ]KNi on the ab yes- 
terday. Boy} Did you look awfidr 

That did it To heck with pttUic 
speaking," I said. "It isnt that I 
can't; it's just thiU I do not diooae 
. . ." Whidi n the same old dod^ 
that I had used aU my life, i^ 
one Ng diff^soMx: bdfore, no oat 
ms i^m«; now they woe, woA 
I have trmiMe sayfa^ *no.* 

The Mcood uivtedon omie to 
fl^ aiafflxac in a typewrittoi «i- 
iKtope Witt an offidtfJooking re- 
tarn wSiAttm. *^e read Aaai. you 
in a m^»al nu^dne," the letter 
b^n. t^Mdd yon q^iear on a 
piMl fw our Funram»*t ooo- 
%maxT And, hmnec&ttdy, o^ 



So You 
Won't ' 
Talk, 

•J Eh? 



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The author of 

'Helen Help Us!' 

proves from 

quivering experience 

that any scaredy-cat 

can learn 

to speak in public 

BY HELEN BOTTEL 

KMinAnON SV MAIIIVN NMMi 

resohrtioM wett skitttting. 

ThrOled and fltftraed by the 
recQpkion, I persuaded a^itU. 
that qieakiflg n^i^ be fan, and a 
jMnd ma ui ei^ way to Mut So 
I acoqited widi ooty smsU ^pataM, 
made a km notn, padasd my bi^ 
and roiled vtp my d«eves for a n^ 
ctteer in pu Wc q>eddng nid feffl 
flat mi my face. The tkv& di^js 
I'd limned to say mwt s^ieend 
part 11^ tUdc to^^. fibtf oy in- 
tiodudkm iras kMt in Ml t^ony ot 
HagB fr^lM. lly mondi became 
MOon-dry, but I coiddn*t -mch 



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teriie water bec«we m thO^ 
^ would have vMed tt. Aad sy 
^ squeaked UMl Mofid W» t 
g^|i^ under hatfHt B MB . 
<f|iriiort,I WW iBfrilM ud I 
^med it. So I vowed tfitt tt^ «M 
Hi last Ume Fd ever iob in piAUc 
^iB^t I'd never op» iqr moodi 
M^UipuUk. 

Aad I didQ% dite, for One 
iriitfibie weda. Bveiy nondag I 
Mfce op thinUi^, **¥()« Wg. dnirib, 
^ilvuiog cowiitC A«e yon tfitag 

hi I hated myidt a tttiTbk moie. 
So whoi oar Im^ doiAor oMt 
M 00 the street one dijr and fe- 
aHfced, "Heka, yon look tired; 
leeVe got to fet ftwqr fnuB that 
flpiffitcr," I wii nidy lor U 
Mtt line: "What jm seed to a 
^MijfB of pace. Fa i^ednUiig jpoii 
li 9»tk next Tlmnday at tfw Ro- 
«qf aub. Itll do foa food.** I ao- 
esj^on the tfOt. . 




Tiii8Ti]iE,I(MB*tamiafa«iBd 
with a few aolea and coofl- 
ieace that "the Uxd wiD pfovide.** 
I famed Rule No. 1 for o^piAfie 
ifadong: I wrote oirt my tab aad 
fneticed and ptactioed to. I came 
tthate the voy loaad of a^ voke. 
iBumUed my ipee^ mm tbe 
iHBiQg board aad to the Uldiai 
Up. It went wkli BM doira to the 

^ I streun ott our pbce iHM»e I 
while oar imall daofltten 
for trairt. Aad k wai bere 
IM I got Biy cbaiie deflator. 
'neaie," said au levea-yeaM^ 
Hoat be so noiiy. You're Astnib- 
lllthefish.'* 

At this potat, I karaed R^ No. 
2; Dm't say yonrapea^ itood in 
tet of your dAboa. tliey pick 
ip aU the catel^ toes. toadieoB- 
llab jokes repeated at a taialMown 
Swiay school daia iomehoiw ceaae 
le be funny. 

By Tbonday, I «« letter-per- 
ieet And do yoB kaow wbat hap- 
pned? I stood before ibat «idi- 
Mee of famlHar faoea ad teraed 
to ice water. I vantsd to roa, aad 
it didn't bdp oee btt witb aiy bos- 
biad Bob then, ittqpteyfaif tittt bH 
jock look be fBti wbeo I drive 
vearandbi'ifailt. 

Then a bidty beeidk laved aw 
nd brought die flnt fifait biUog 
te, given ttan^ I iB||bt cvea ea- 
^ this tputai$ aaper. I aiade a 
Mitake. Dea^hta^ how agr qfaiB- 
Me requirei aa iaveatocy of 30 
sohimns belMe pabBeatkm. I dip- 
fid in a part ai wy P e a wom e n 'i 



qwech kad ad»d those extreme^ 
male Rottriaaa, "Have j^m evw 
todlidxv ptSm Am bMed for a 
moi^T 

A panae; a dotMe-tidce; tbea 
i f^ M ^ity m^ g ifffffii^ of tea^m. 

Ob die apot, I locaied Role No. 3: 
The beat way to get peo^ oe yoox 
ride la to Uragli irt yovrMlf . 

I wu fedli^ h^ttet idxMtt aqr 
pabiic apeaUi^ nnttt later that day 
when I asked my baabaad bow Fd 
doae. Tour lUMe (piivoi like a 
rabbit whea ymi'ie scared," be ob- 
served. "You nraaibled in spots. 
You swayed. You saU *and^di' 21 
dam. You repeUed yoanelf and 
you tocdttd at die odi&ag. 

^Aad," be eaded, "You talked 
too kmg. Cut tt by 10 ndaatee." 

Witb dwse commits fai mbid, I 
look die ad^oe of a frimd and 
Joined die ToartmistreM Qub. I 
hnrtily recomaiead it to ai^ lis- 
tea^.** Those tactful ladies can say 
■you stink' in sudi ^owiqg phrases 
duU you Uiink you're only sli^dy 
inferior to Helen Hayes— until you 
rehasb all die "don'ts" diey've 
deah^Mi. 

The dub to(A me apart piece 
by piece and put me beck togedier 
agabi widi all die ragged edges 
tuTMd inward. Ili^ criticized me 
for "eye contact" (look at people, 
dttr, not over or around them); in- 
flection; rapid speech; breadiless- 
aeas; swaying; slnrrkig; and a hun- 
dred odier faults. And they taught 
me to live widi stage fright by 
showing diat it is the problem ol 
every qwaker. 

So iiY auLE No. 4 is: Start talk- 
ing now, not pext week. To 
find your voice, you must make 
yourself use it If you keep trying, 
diere will come a day when you're 
proud of it. That day came for me 
laM year at a service-dub banquet. 

Fd barely started my ice cream 
when die introduction came, and 
I arose, expecting die weak knees, 
shaking hands, and quivering nose 
diat go widi my first mmnent bdore 
a group. TTiey diAi't coii». From 
die start, die audience and I «>- 
foyed each odin, and I talked far 
longer than my alkitted time. 

"Wen, let's face it. How did I 
dor I asked Bob afterward. And 
I knew Fd arrived when he pulled 
oo his [ripe for a m(»nent and dim 
tossed bade die highest compliment 
a husband can give: 

"Okay," he said, "but did you 
have to ciU it so shortr 

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1. Cook the head of ^uliflower in 
boUing. salted water aboitt 10 min., 
or just until tender; drain. Place 
cauliflowor, head down, in a deq> 
bo«4 and pour the marinade wa 
it. Oiill several hours or ovoni^; 
occasionally spoon marina^f over alL 

2. Siortly bef(M« serving, tluead 
garbanzo beans, pimiento-stitfed 
olives, and pinimto ^pt tmto 
wooden picks for decorative kabobs 
(seie photo). Set aside. 

3. Drain the cauliftower. Line a 
chflled serving i^ate with a;isp let- 
tuce and place cauliflower in the 
center. Arrange the pickled be^ and 
cucumber pieces around the base, 
tucking in pualej aprics and the 
radish roses (see photo). 

4. Spoon and wpnad GuacanMte 
over the cauliflown. Deo^ye with 
Mahew mrta and the kabobs. Sene 
*<^ 6 t0 8 terviH^ 
MaiiDade — Combine in a screw- 
top jar IVi cups aalad oil, Vi cup 
fcaiMMi jidee, m teaspoons salt, 
and 1 teaspoon dilll powder. Shake 
the marinade well befcm pouring it 
over the caulUkn^. 

GUACAMOLE 

m emf» i—iied rips 
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Mix thoroi^ily. Cover w^ mtm- 
tmb-yapocptoot material and chill 
anffi nadf to snve. Abtmt 2 cups 
Note: When featuring Guacamcrie 
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1. Combine juices and sugar; ^ 
until sugar is diss<rived. 

2. Pom- wine mto a pitchor half 
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A(M mixtine of juices and stir uMil 
Molded. SCTve at onw. 

About 8 servbtgs 
Noici The prop<»ti(m kA fruit juice 
nuxtioia to wine diould be about 1 
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itt boUiim waltf, M^ to boflii^ 
tti cook aboul 2 ii^ IH«ta and 
inwt QD abMcbwt |M^p^> 
& Heat the 3 taMiipooM lard in a 
1^ ikilld; add priic, oiikM, Mid 
Mpd meat. Cook intf aunt fa 
«Mmed, stfarfaig occaitoBaf^. Meed 
jjomatoet, pmkif, vfai^ar, ax- 
and a mfaoinv of tte noa fl^ 
iti. Then ^ in auto, rai^ii, 
lemoQ pari, aad oUvca. 

ovtf km horit, itfarrfaig fre- 
"^y, until miiMve is aimoM diy 
<» to 40 min.). Mcamdiila, licat 
M for de^ frj^ 

4 ^oon flO^ inlo p^pm, padc- 
ii| lightly 10 flsijcnin wiU remain in 
Mtiet durii^ bj^ 

li Roll pqn>a« in fl<»r> ooitfini n- 
te surface. 1% in btatfan ^g. 
. Fry ptpptsn in hot deep fM lUMil 
ng fa foidm. (Or ^ in 2 in. 
ttA bi a da^ akffl^ timing 
rown eveidy.) Reoaow penioi 
a dotted ipooQ aad drain on 
oaoer. 
Airange on aoviiii |4ate and top 
with the Nogada. SpriaUe witii pooi- 
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Mix flnt ita fa^vdimti witfi vine- 
piT. Stu in MMWi^ wato until mix- 
ture fa tfM coMJUaticy oi a r«y thick 
uuce. Ut ^od at leaM 30 nun. to 
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S capa drndded cwtked wUta 
■Mrt ^dhiduB 
Gnmb Smm* (••• reelfa) 
U loflinaa, fpcdh «r Inmb 

1. Ugfilty toH diidcen n^ H cap 
Oreen Sbnice. 

2. Dip WW tortilla itf a time in the 
hot Oreen Sau^ apooa Vi ct^ ei 
the d^loni down die eealer, aad tcXk 
up. Plaoe, (^wn td§6 down, fai a 
iMkinf didi, thpi qwon hot Oreen 
Sauce own »chii«iu; covtx tUah. 
S. Sirt in a 400*F oven to heat Uior> 
oiiihly, about 10 min. 

4. Oamfah enchiladas with dairy 
ee«r cream and serve with Mexicmt 
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1. Heat cooking ofl in saucq>an. 
Add half of the onion awl greoi 
peppo- slkxs; code untO t^ider, Mir- 
ring oocasiooally. Put into container 
of etoctrk Mender with snipped pars- 
ley. 1 c^ of die hot water, and 
ch^cen bouillon cubes. Blend umil 
die mixture fa smooth. 

2. Turn into sauc^an with the re- 
mainfaig 4 cl^M lx>t water, onion 
shoes, green pepper slices, and tlM 
sieved chiles. Bring to boiling and 
simmer about 10 min., or until veg- 
euUca are tender. 

3. Blend &iid water widi cornstarch 
and add ipaduaOy to sauce, stirring 
coi^antly. Heat the mixture to boil- 
ing and Uien boil 1 to 2 min.. con- 
tinuing to stir throu^iout the cook- 
ing time. About 8 cups amtce 



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1 cap ■■eoo i ra a nee 
U tMWowi didi 
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1. Heat oUve oil in a heavy sauce- 
pan. Add owon. garlic. mA net; 
try about 3 min., or until gdden, 
stirring occasionally. 

2. Stir in a mixture of die ditli 
powtter and sah. 

3. Add water, stir, and cover ti^tfly. 
Bring to bmling and simoMr umH 
rice fa tender, aboirt 25 min. 

, About 8 smrvUtgs 
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1. Waah bMm; piA w^ wiM»r la wmcgMMi, 
iwfag to boOiat. Md boO rapWy 2 min. le- 
BMwe firan hat aod owk t^itiy 1 hr. 

2. Add tdt, Mif to bcMlti^ ud iu^bct 
1 ii» 2 hit., or uaffl bmt are tei^w. Dndii 
bum, nem^ U^piid. 

S. Heat die tant in a hife, heafy ikOee 
and ^d soooe til the (Maed bnas. MhA 
than «^i add a Utde of the tt|idd and 
U^d. CmAiaiie a«h^ itmauMto ctf b«u» 
and liquid altaroa^, nmhtn| and i^adiaf 
afta' Mch aiUitiott. Contimie cookh^ wtt 
kw heat 15 to % min., m until \«ry thkk. 
afirrioi frequently. S ut 10 gtrvbt^ 

*V4 ci4> bacon (M|)plnfi nwjp be nib^itvted. 

FRIJOLES SEFRrrOS 

To refiy Frijdes, heat with aAUticmal kid 
in skiUet, ttirrint luttt beam an tfaorouiMy 
heated and fat is cooiilel^ abaorbed. 

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Mexkans havt ghem tki$ incomfmaMt ert^ 
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1. Heat half the butter and hatf the olive oil 
iB a hrie akiHet Add pork and brown weU; 
matove to a larfe aauoe pot Set i^de. 

2. Afown ^idcen vmkf te'dciDM adtftig 

Oe lemaiiMv butter and oBve ott aa needed, 
linuttfer ehidE«i to the ntioe po|. 

3. Add onion and sreen pei^MT to drippii^ 
in skfflet and cook about 5 min.. stirring 
wraai i wal ly. Reaove fom h^x and qxxm 
Mto Uaate rontalncr. Add *-~nTifiT paatc, 
aula, and acHMe aeed; biead uati wooth. 

4. Sctnra mninn to akfflet; Kir k 4 copa 
hot wata^ and not hx ii^iidlwitf. Brii« to 
bottaf; MMBer, woovend. diout 15 

5. ftw the sauce <ww <^Mcm and p(»k hi 
tMKe pot k^ to hoiSmg toA Mamer, co^ 
en^ ahoot 39 nan. Adtf the svraet potato 
and eook 15 min. Io«iEC Stfe in die plM- 
^iple aad qifie; heat dioro^My. Before 
arraifr tf fWred. itir ai t dieed !«■■«. 

6. Sem In 1019 plates. 8 ut JO rnvbi^ 
Nalei If avaBabte, uae a 4- to 5«. chM^en 
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1. mat 3 taUeqwoos tani in a Ux^ heavy 
■k&t Add <Mi«i ami prUc ud 000k mdi 
tradN*. mmi with beef ami a nfa^ue of 
aak. chW, and cumlB; iNrmrn torn K^rtly. 

2. Fry tortiOaa. oae at a time, in Vi In. of 
lard heated to 375'P in a heavy Attat When 
tertna becMM Itasp, fold bi hdf wM tonp 
aad h<rid ed^ apart i^ile f ryi^ to aloir for 
fllUi^ Fry m to 2 sun., or intfl ^ap md 
foMen. I^Un on abe(»b»t ^per. 

3. To iMve, qxwo 3 w 4 tiMs^o^ of 
be^ mixtwe into each toa^d tett^i top 
with Mtuce. oniofl, and cheese. If deafaed, 
MTve with a Mndcan «Bl sanee aaha 
pieante. Qarnlah each plate wMh a toMato 
wedge and ntfakreae. J2 tt^oi 
n«»tt For variety, substitute FiQolea. Qua. 
oaKrie. or ffi^ed dMeaa for die beef alxnae. 

TOBTILLAS 

la plaM of bread at the tabk, pass, ^noM 
torUUas m a u^Un-Ua^ t»sk^. Ha^ gamt" 
wptmA th^ own with buttor and niM ft- 
eante, loB, and fold bottoafr«id-up. 

TOSTADITAS 

Dry t(»tiBM at luma taqjottuie abmrt 2 
tea. Cut iiM quarters widi scmcmv. Hm V4 
in. lard to 375*F in a dciUet. Fry tortBIa 
<pi*t^» about IH to 2 mm., <u until &itp. 
Mtmxm and (ham 00 abawbent paper. 

CBALUPTTAS 

Spread etOt tostadite widi 1 taUcapoon Fri- 
k^es. Crinkle widi 1 to 2 tiMoipoojii 
•hredded GhMMar dieeae aad brdl about 
3 ia. from heM sowce iuM wmQ deeie mete, 
abmtt 1 sua. Tc^ wiA a (foOop of Ganca. 
mole; s«ve hot. 

CSALUPAS 

Follow procedure used for CMupltas sub- 
stituting tostadas for toatadkas; inaeme 
uBounls til F^olas. shredded efaecae, aad 
OtMcaawle. OamlBh plate ii«h e • 1, 
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Mirnnt fieqneady. uatfl chocofate ia aeited 

aad arixtuie Is dioioiiihly hMted. Beat iridi 

a rotuy bnter « mk in an electtk Mader 
««« fio%. about 1 n^. §tew «Mm^ 

hot to *fewcan pottery niB^ tioSmvbiff 

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The Woman 
I T)esign^or 



BY BONNIE CASHIN 







AN OPEN MIND and an open heart — ^the woman I design 
/V for bis both of these qualities. She's the marvelous 
anonyi]»)ias one you occasionally spot swinging her 
youngster in the playground or boarding a plane — the 
one with grace of movement, her face illuminated by 
an inner fomething. She isn't a press-agented name. She's 
rarely se^ in "the places to be," although she doesn't 
shun than. Wxt*% natural; she's real. Because beauty and 
taste a» nataral elements in her life, she also loves 
clotfiM. But they d<Mi't dominate her. On the contrary, 
they havie to suit her life in Paoli, Pennsylvania, or Sav- 
age, Minnesota. They have to come pretty close to home, 
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Plant Now 
for February 

Bloom 

How to force bulbs for a burst 
of fragrance and color 



when it will do you the most good 

BY JOHN BRIMER 

lUUmATKNtt IV MMBR DHCMAMM 

Here's a bit <tf ^rdening Iiocus-imcus where a dight 
effort wiU be rewarded, for once, l^ spectacular suc- 
cess. Any day now, pot up a collection of hillM, and later 
on, in the dead of winter, dig them up and Mng them into 
the house to bloom. 

Daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, accuses, snowdrops, grape- 
hyadnths, sdllas, aU of these are good sub}ecte; most other 
bulbs require greoihouse culture f<M- real success. Youll get 
best reailts by using named varieties of tulips and hyacinths 
which are known to force well, and for forcii^ always get 
first-quality bun» — {dump and sound. 



Bulbs will grow in ouu^ Idnb ol cooUto«B» bet th^ 
do best hi squittty pots ci&d IniH) pfeos,** wide tt iht top 
and.shaUkm-sicted. naat in clusters of c»e mri^ to die pM, 
six, d^ (H' 10 to a 6- to l<Mnch pan, any ttaie bcm acm 
thrmigh I>eo«Brt>er. VummAm^ the later yon ^t, the Itfer 
theyH bloom. Take aihwitage of tfib ud kiep plaiitii^ 
every two weeks so that youll have replaQsaoito to bikig hi 
whca earfy-fdanted bulbs finish bkx»iiQg. H<oA buttn can 
be saved after forcing to plaat (Hit of (kxws next wiMmi, 
with the possiUe excej^ioa ctf tulips, which may not ^ 
good oiMdoor bkxMn lilerward. N^« try to fnce any 1»B> 
tw> yem ta succe^>B— the strain k too smtt. 

IN WAiM CLIMATES, {N^cooled bi^ aie m c fe a rii^ y ob- 
tatnal^ at garden e^rs. Mbny sntthem gar^Mi^i 
buy bulbs in autamn and ^re diem in die bottom of Hot 
n^t^/miat for m. to 10 weeks, then tidce diem oat and 
(dant them in Deconber or Jaimary. In loudieni Oilifon^ 
and odier warm areas it is hardly wordiwhtte |ri»idi« In pots 
because spring bulbs Uoom so <piiddy ttid wdl fr«n oirtdoa 
jdanting. Ahhough extra-deq> idamhig k frequendy ad- 
vised—good wsaiia at a d^ <tf 16 inchet have be«ai re- 
ported—recent tesk by the U. S. D^wrtoieitt of Agricultore 
in^cate thiU soil tonpentom may be cocdn at four indies 
dian at dglit, so there's a case for shaltow pfamthig, too. 

Almost any good garden soil, pulverized and sifted, may be 
used for potdng; add €»ane sand (up to )i by boUc) to in- 
sure good drainage if your sdl a hnvy day. To cme part 
(tf this mixture add ail equal quuit^ (rf pnt moss. F(» eadi 
half-bushd of die reiuhiiig blend mix i^ a q^iart of de- 
hydrated cow manure and a pint of bonCTeaL Now you are 
ready to proceed using the sketches, rigitt, as a guide. 



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And her wonderful, story-telling eyes are saying that there are 
a great nwiny people, a lot of them helpless youngsters, who are 
desperat^y in need of your help. Some of them are sick, some 
handicapped. There are puzzled teen-agers in need of a guiding 
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are too old to work but too young to sit around doing nothing. 
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STUDY OF TOLL ROAO 
TOMfi'SNEADTO 
IE UP-DATED 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Viiiinia's newly revived Ojastol Turn- 
ptttt AuOKMity is Slaking u up-to-date feasibility study of a toll 
rc^ linking Virginia Beach ami Nag's He«l, N. C, Political 
\«i^ Sidney S. Keltem, chairman of the diree-msM authcMity, said 
llM^ tluit Wlftw Sottii % At- 
•oc^^i, a Norfidk ««ine«ring 
itetn, kid beta «>ntaeted akoat 
OMkilg Qte shidy. 

VAm wM nam^ chatoian of 
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Amgo Man 
Auto Victim 



CVTIQO-^oaQih SMUuel Wtf- 
4«4, tt,of ^mi%l^ inPungo 

on tftiyH fl '^gMt Betch H09- 
pMil Siyi^ at l4M, of injuries 
nothml lA a initte accutent. 

(Pdk^ mM Wa^ra, a retired 
oopeMer, ifu a {»Bienga- in a 
ttr mvm by WlQard L. ^(hile, 
ftl, of iPxinceas Amie Ck>urttiouae. 

Hie acddent (K%ini«d &iwiay 
it 12:49 ain. on Virginia Beach 
BoHlev^ at London Bridge, i»ar 
ttie latenei^on of Va. 11S2. . 

I^)liee nid WUIe's oar atniok 
tile rear of a truck Mven by 
Andraw V. <j<^an, 40, of Car- 
vm WmA. Tbt track h«l run out 
of gM Md was coaling to the 
^Se of te road when it was hM. 

TiwiKlgitliig <^teer was A. G. 

• » • • 

A Ufelong re^dent of Prinora 
Anne County, WaMers w«i ttie 
iridowmr of Mrs. Mlnnw Sri^t 
Widtera and a s(m of Janm E. 
tad Mrs. laia FUn^an W^»A. 

Survlvi^ are two daughtera, 
Ifn. WilUMU F^teram <^ Virginia 
SMch and Mrs. Marvin Gim of 
EUiabeth Ctty. N. C; a liroflier, 
Louk Daniel WiOters of Vteidma 
Beach: a staler, Met. BeuUi Wal- 
ters Airey of Baltimore; and fdur 
piandchildren. 

Tbt body will be taksen from 
D«ry-Twiford Ftineral H«i» to 
Vmovrood C^oeta7 in (Pri»;^ 
Anne to a ftineral service today 
al 3 p.m. by ^e Itev. Srimt fe. 
item and tiie Rev. licray W. 
IkvU. The tenily will be at the 
Imne on ^ma Road. 



Seatack Cmter 
SMkiiig $3,000 



SIATACK — A fdl <Mve to 
aise |3,0OO for tiie Se«ita(d( Coqii' 
BMUrily C«nt«r g<H vmSmmy 
Mindaj. 

the do<»>to4oor solidtatim b 
imder ^ dlt^ftion of the Ont^* 
€oai^Mie and will continue 
ttffm^ l>fov, 1. 

A Coaarau^ BaD vA to tairid 
Nov. 1 irwi H pm. *to 1 ajb. iMr 
tte Imwfit (rf tl» c^itftf . Mi^ 
wlU to furhUied by fte ^^^A^ 
of '\^!i0Bia flnA. Tto evMt vM 
to kM at te Town Oi*. 

'Mata, it f 1 wA, flfttjr to 
^urAMed Irani a^ ^uninMae 



'Albertis S. Hanjson, Jr. miMd* 
lied ^e autteirity by tp^^iBXba$ 
two new milters to :^ king- 
vacaxU seats. 

Cam Annnlntad 

Appointed were N<ABid Ch»4- 
ler, general manage ol fen^ Qp- 
era^oni U« tto Ctonptidte B^ 
Bridge - IHinael C(mu»faBieo and 
Franl^ W. Osl, super^MeoAent itf 
Virgiiya iB^ch piddle scho(^. 
Botti fere Vlffinte BaaA r«i<teits. 

Chandler will fiU the unexpired 
term of f om^r duhrman SMney 
Banks who r^gned when 1m 
mov^ from Virginte Beach to 
Florida. Cox wm appdnted to the 
seat held by tto 1^ FVed A. Hay- 
cox. 

Tns auffwrify it wn|Mwwea 
to flitMice wnI oper^e a IdN 
read abnq the Viiflnia coast to 
Hm North Carolina Nno and wiH 
ee-opM'ato wMi a ^hMn' leU 
road auttioHty crMtod by tto 
North Carolina Isglslatuio last 
Juno. 

A i^iaus ^^i^t to put tto 
road ttoough c<dla]^ In 1^7 
yibm a two4tate JeiiH authos^ 
found Hwlf wiabk to sdl bon<§i 
to flnanoe 4to pfoject. 

In 1959 fhs^ Ctrdtoa d^ 
s(^6d its ton rmd authcsity uiHi 
last June wiMt a new froi^ was 
nmed ixm&it^ of Vorsoii 
fyamtamm ^ ^|iM» 'mm 
diainnan fkors^ R. Goodmn <ff 
T. A. Lovii^i 4c Co., gen^ti coo- 
traoton yflt^ ottttm hi iRatei^ 
Mid^Cioldiboro. 

An IS-mcmth <tekty to tto road 
is anticipated due to m aip-eo- 
m^t betwem North Candtoa mi 
a roclKt propelko^ firm «>nduc^ 
log eiqialments at CoroUa jtuit 
south of tto iVif^ginla itate line. 

Ito agre^nent st^wlstei ttot 
no hii^wty nay to ImUt through 
tto area during a ttu«e-y«ar pe- 
riod whidi togan with tto otut ai 
tto experiment. 

Keltam said fea^tility studies 
were made during tto p«vious 
fttt^npt to bulM tto road bai thai 
a new study woi^ to nooded to 
bring informa^n up to date. 



Art Group 
Lists Events 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Reitha Sedel will jfneaent a ctem- 
oiMtration of iK>rtraiture to mem- 
bers of tto Virginia Beach Ait 
Anociation Wednesdi^ at tto 
Caralier. During tto derooni^ra- 
ti(m Mrs. Sedel will use a liv(B 
nx>del. 

"nie event is tto first in a 9ecm 
of leisures, denKmstrations and 
exhibits sd^duted by the associ- 
ation tiuro^iout tto new se»on. 

mgUi^its of tto 1968-64 year 
nWto: 

• Tlie Fall Ediftit, Oct. 25-27 
at the l4Mkin Road Shopping Cen- 
ter. Thk will to a m«id)ei^)^ 
exhibtt pltis a loan exhibit by non- 
artist men4)aa. 

• A l^tare on 'Trends in Ait," 
Nov. 20 at tto Cavidter by Dr. 
WdUngton B. Gray, Oean of tto 
SdKNri of A]t» Cast O^llna Col- 
lege. 

) '"An <Md ff^asfaiotod Onistr 
mas," Dec. 11 at tto C^vtf«. 
spcmsored jointiy by tto Mt A#- 
socation and Ito Cavator Club. 

^Itovies of and aboiA A:^ 
TheK wtt to ibovn Jut. IS at 
file Oaivd^ and indude three 
firaid ' ^^i j wi^ Mf dSi^uMitarws. 

•*Ait te tte ikrtfm Ar^" 
imeseiHed t^ H. B. C^ikiwell, Di- 
r^tar itarfolk Ibawin of Ailp 
ttd Sd«itoi. T9 to li^ at G^ 
lee ^i^pta Onavk, ItaiA l|. 

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PetBi#iirg 
Sliofs Need Of 
PlHi Vncciiie 

Kcmimic -^ P^mburg to a 
prime exiK^i of ^Aai tm hap- 
pm if a coMiunMy do^i't torn 
an idU^kn f0» Mmam^Mi 
ptoffm, $ 4t^amBm ftr ttiree 
wmIM WtiAm Mdd here. 

1^ tiinit ttedical aoctette toe 
^pMMWta|4r Mi^ wri. imnuai- 
i^tai 1^^^ to tMnnlir in 
ttottM #|MMmM Wfik an mUr 
iiak fd ^4i tint mmtmiby 
^^ibu^Mt i*«ek. ^ 

#ul^ k«M^fleMs c a 1 1 e d 
tto Pel(mrt|urg epidemic 4to 
WMst ia,#» naUon this ^ar. 
nwre -mf IS casN ttore. One 
person dNNi. All those stricken 

Tto IminHntotton i^^am to 
rid NwioBCi JPei^nunith, Viii^nia 
Beach and CtoMn^to of p<^o 
was plantod b^ local i^yadam 
tofwe ^ crippdtog d|sf»ue bit 
^•lerriwfg. 

SuwUy, Novemtor 10 is tto 
date of tto fu^ "feeding" of oral 
vaccine to regents of tto four 
^j^iAewtka dtles. A second dose is 
Idiedul^ ^ Jumuy 12. 

"Many pebpk did not get Sa3k 
vicdM sh(M^" said tto spokes- 
man. "Many otiwrs didn't ^t 
ttoir bo<Niters. Iliat's i^y we are 
wonK^i^ tto m^ oral vaccine 
pognon. if we can rewA half a 
itMm poQfAe in tto four dties 
He can w^ out polio and not 
iive to nWBty ^Sottt ^tot's hap- 
pjvking in fllirsbiffg." 

Ilie fMie m^m Service flew 

aiMNX) dopes of M>in oral vaccine 

into Rlchaowi M Thursti^ for 

uas tea tnlM of diidcs to' ay 

L4be ttretd of poli* i». ti» 

set 1^ ta 14 lootions <m Satur- 

Tto olM #MI mass immunl- 
iati<m fUBOgmi btUi tore and in 
Be^gfsGWf to to knock out tto 
p^ firm bi one miM^ve blow. 

Tto pnMP:itt ifi tto four Tide- 
ii«tar cMes it t>^ sponsored by 
Qie ItorftA County Medlad So- 
cto^, ;ttv rsitaaioath Aca<tony 
of Mojito and tto Vir^nia 
Beach M^Uod Society. 

'PhyMm.kcq^ to immunize 
hidf 4 ttWott PMH^ in ^ P^o- 
giam. Moif tfisn $.000 volunteers 
will to iiBtd«d to hdp adoynister 
«to vanUna. THm> <bops on a cuto 
4^ 0^ will cra^ttuto a dose. 

M^whto, ti» medical socie- 
ties maomoai tiie appdntment 
fd a ecnwMintty relj^om diair- 
man for floilolk and one for Vir- 
^to Beach. 

Tto chairman in Norfolk to 
Paul 0. HirachWel, senior vice 
pretf desft of tto Seaboard Citizens 
NatioM^ Bai^. Tto chaimuui in 
VlfJKlnto B^(^ is Edward T. Ca- 
ton m, cmiiKdlman and attorney. 

Tto dialrmen will direct the 
fiwusands of volunteer workers. 
Such oii^miu^ns as Parrat- 
T«»tor Aatodations, Boy Scouts, 
women's and civk cluto will to 
aalGsd to help. 

Hespital Gets 



Old PapeiY 
By Trueklead 

f VTOGINIA BEACH— Tto news- 
paper drive for the Gen«al Hm- 
pttal of Viitfinia Beach remved a 
bo<^ last we^ wkh tto donation 
of a Aill truddood of oM mw»- 

Tto Amatioh was made by 
0ia Codd, a Norfolk delicatessen 
omm. 

Tib ^ttn to toteg cowhicted 
tiixtw^ tto monti) ot Octotor by 
tto AuxiMary to tto hos|utal. 

I^neeods win to used to buy 
idr-00BdM}«i^g unite f «■ tto pres- 
Mt ki^ldte t^ ^u^ment kr 
^ t^l^^ sarvtoe of both ^ 
iM i^ ^t^dsed 4u^ital. 

Doo^w n^ to macte Mm- 
dayi^ W^tapsd^ ffid ntidiQw at 
^ flpwto^ at $%d a o^ 
Attte Avewe. ito Ausiiary 
h« «iM ttat ^^estions to tted 




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capital presideiM George D. Brodce signs contract. 



JUNIORS BUSY ON 
ANNUAL FOLUES^ 



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VRGOilA BEACH— 'Meo^tors Center will to decorated with ad- 



of tiK Virginto Beadi - Pitocess 
Anto Jmuor Woman's Qub are 
0^0 t^n mtg}3l up in the busy 
sdittdidie ttot go^ into tto suc- 
cessfol msddng of tto annual 
Cabaret Foi^. 

Tto popubff event will to told 
thto year ^lov. 1 and 2 1^ tto Alan 
B. Sk^oid Civic Center. T%e 
hojm ifUl to teem 9 pjn. to 1 
a.iL 

Fofiowing a "•Bib^ Big City" 
VimM, in keeping with fiie city's 
new :^tu8 as itto lai^e^ resort 
city in the world, tto follies will 
to produced and dire<^ by tto 
Jerome H. Oaj^ Company of 
New Yoric. Dance music will to 
provided by Ziggy H^rell aiKl 
hto orctosstra. 

Tto circular walls ot the Civic 



verting billboards spohsored by 
local merchants. Billboard Chair- 
n»n are Mrs. G. C. Malbon and 
Mrs. Thomas Goudi. iPainting 
vrork is under the supervision of 
Mrs. Donald Jeffs^n. 

Tickets are now on sale; at 
Alexander-Beegle Men's l^re on 
31st, Street or from any club 
memtor. Tickets for the Saturday 
ni^ performance have been lim- 
ited. 

Proceeds from tihe show will 
to used for charitable organiza- 
tions and welfare work with the 
largest portion going to tto new 
General Hoi^ital of Virginia 
Beach. 

Reservations may to made by 
casing Mrs. Colon Brothers at GA 
8-4575. 




Brllb<w^ chairmen Mrs. G. C. MaHxm Qeft) and Mrs. 
TluMnas CowA |Htf final touches to me of the advertising 
boards. (Baldwm Photo) 



Contract For 
Hospital Is 
FiRalized 

yiRGE^IA BEACH — A con- 
tract to build the new 105-tod 
General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach was signed at 10:00 ajn. 
Monday by George D. Brooke, 
president of the new hospital. 

The contract was made with 
J. A. Jones Construction Co. of 
Charlotte, N. C. for a total cost of 
$2,169,865. Con^ruction is ex- 
pected to togln at once and to 
completed in about 20 montto. 

Plans call for a three phase 
development. The first phase will 
provide central facilities, expand- 
lAle to serve an estimated capac- 
ity of 171 patients with immedi- 
ate facilities to accommodate 105. 

Future ejfpansion is planned to 
raise the capacity to 300 tods as 
dictated by needs. " 

In signing the contract Brooke 
said, "To me, this is a mile stone 
of great significance. At the out- 
set raising so large an amount to 
build this new facility seemed 
impossible twt the people of this 
community perservered and, with 
a great humanitarian impulse suc- 
ceeded in accomplishing what at 
first seemed to to impossible. 

"It is my fervent hope that this 
most satisfactory experience may 
provide the confidence for tto 
people in a growing community 
to face up to their future prob- 
lems with similar determination 
and success." 

It tod been announced earlier 
that although agreed upon, for- 
mal signing of tto conitract occurs 
after approval of tto bid and spe- 
cifications are received from tto 
Public He^^i .Servi(^ awl State 
HeaWi Department 

Such appro^ds 'have been re- 
ceived and it is contemplated that 
construetion will conunence at 
once, hospital officials said. 

Keliam, Cox 
Bands Going 
To Williamsburg 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Two Vt- 
glnia Beach high school bands will 
participate in tto Wiiliam^urg 
Kiwanis Day festivities in that 
city on November 2. 

Local schools represented will 
to Frank W. Cox High School on 
Great Neck Road and Keliam 
Hieh School at Princess Anne. 

Williamsburg Mayor H. M. Strv- 
ker has proclaimed Nov. 2 as Ki- 
wanis Day in reception of tto 
Williamsburg Kiwanis Club's 
work in the area of Youith Serv- 
ices. 

The bands wUl particiDate in a 
grand parade up Duke of Glouces- 
ter Street during the William and 
Mary - VM.l. football game. 

Judging of tto attending high 
school bands wiH cover driU, mu- 
sicianship, discipline and appear- 
ance of uniforms. 

Both the Frank W. Cox and 
Keliam High School Bands tove 
appeared in many functions 
throughout tto rtate. 



FRIENDS PRINCIPAL 
GUEST SPEAKER 

VIWIINIA BEACH— Mra. Rob- 
ert Wilson, principal of Frwnds 
School at Virginia (feadi. was 
ffuest speaker for fYiends School 
Dav Monday m Haddonfield. N. J. 

Her topic was "Dyn«m(s of 
Quakerism in Education.'* 

More than 600 dementary 
teachers gathered a-t Haddonf'eld 
Friends School to toar Mre. Wil- 
son's addr^. Monday afterroxm 
small grouDS discussed the tooic. 

Mk. Wilson was accompanied 
on the trio by Mrs. Alan Harvey 
and Mrs. Richard McQuiUan, also 
of Vh^ma Beacb. 

Today the three women wiH 
visit ami oteerve in Moorratown 
FrieiKb Scbo^ 



Council OK's SecoMi 
Hilltop Nursing Home 

VIRGINIA BEACH— City Council Monday afternoon ap- 
proved a second nursing home for tto area t^ortkring tto Gencrrt 
Hospital of Virginia Beach site near Hilltop. 

The use permit was issued to Grayson M. Whitehurst and wfll 
permk him to build a 100-bed home on Frist Colonial Road i^t|^ 
general vicinity of another home 



to to bultt by Ray Cassett. 

Tto move met some opposition 
from Cassett wto asked ttom to 
deferr action until the need of 
additional beds could to e^b- 
lished. 

He pointed out ttot to already has 
a considerable inve^ment in his 
1700,000 project, which was ap- 
proved by coimcll about 2Vfe 
months ago. He said to had origi- 
nally planned for 50 beds but la- 
ter increased the mimber to 118 
to accommodate pre^nt welfare 
cases. 

Dr. Harold Goldman, adminis- 
trator for tto home Cassett plans 
to build, said to did not tolieve 
that two such homes would tone- 
fit the community. 

Attorney Edwin C. KeUam, rep- 
resenting Whitehurst, said to fck 



FOP CANCELS ; 
BOWL PLANS 

PRINCESS AiNNE— The Oy^r 
Bowl festivities planned Saturday 
by tto FOP Clubhouse tove been 
cancelled, Mra. Kay iRlgstoe, man- 
ager, said Monday. 

Howevs*, Cto dining room wHl 
to open and tto regular dini^r 
menus and breakfast will to 
availabte, if desired. 

.Tto r^uls* Satuntoy night 

George Core and his #0Up pro- 
viding music from 9:30 pjn. to 
12:30 a.m. 

BROWN IS NEW 
CARRIER SKIPPER 

NORFOLK— Rear Adm. John 
J. HylaiW, Jr., who has toen 
Commander Carrier Division Four 
for the past year, will to retoved 
by Rear Adm. Samuel R. Brown, 
Jr. Saturday. 

The <»remony will take pla(» 
aboard tto attack aircraft carrie- 
USS Forrestal at pier 12, Norfolk 
Naval Nation ^ 10:00 am. 




that council's a<Aion s^mM die- 
pend on wtottor the loaitteQ pf 
the tomes is suitable, nc^ vta^|S' 
two Imnes were need«l. -^.^ 

Crancilman John McCoMI 
said to didn't think cwiKil In 
tto ri0tf to limit compe^on. 

Cssset also pointed out ttat 
plans for his home had been de- 
s^ied to complement tto pro- 
posed ho^ital which, wton ' 
will face Cast's numng 
acrosFirM Colonial Road. 

Council approved Whit^MnTt 
application with only one ab^ifet- 
ing vote, that of Lynntoven OMp- 
cllman James Dasnlen. 

I I I II !■ I I I I ■■ — ■ " I^ " 

A8C Group To 
Be Elected 

VH^IMA BEACH — Tto Vir- 
ginia Beach Agricultural ^idbtti- 
zation and Conservation C<Maiiut- 
tee for oei^ year will to etected 
by farmer-chosen delegates to a 
county convention Oct. 24 ai Ofy 
Hall, according to Russell DwUey. 
Chanman. ASC County Comnut- 
tee. 

Tto convention will to opMi to 
tto public and any person inter- 
rated in observing tto votii^ pro- 
c^ure noay aMend. 

nrmner, <aif fanner - <j^e- 
g«es+fo%i eiSHMOBB may 'p«- 
ticipi^ in tto decti<m process. 

A qualified candidate for tto 
ASC county committee to <a» wto 
to a resident eligUtile to vote in tto 
coiiUy, jMid who meets ottor elig- 
ibiltty requn«ments. 

Tto diarnxMn noted that it to 
desirabte ttot a memtor of tto 
county committee to represenla- 
tive of tto type and kmd of farm- 
ing in tto ccmiAy. 

Ottor detuto as to qualific^- 
iiom of camfid^it^ are availaUe 
in the ASCS County Office. 

lite del^^«s to tto coun^ 
conventi<m are chairmen of thie 
community conrniittee elected i|t 
tto etection Oct. 15. 



Educator Defends State 



System At Meet Here 

VIRGINIA BEACH — ^TTie Virginia Educational System has 
received too much criticism and too many unjuM ratings, a state 
educator told the Woman's Club ot Chesapeake Beach last week. 
Miss Anne Dobie Peebles, a memtor of tiie State Board of 
Education and a former president of the State Fcdenrtmn ol 
Women's Cluto, ^oke on '^New 
Horizons in Virginia's Educational 
System" at the club's 23rd anni- 
veraary luncheon Tuesday at the 
Bay Hartour Oub. 

"We have had problems, as has 
every ^te," Miss Peebles said, 
"but 1 feel that, in tihe face of 
problems such as oiu* tremendous 
growth and othere peculiar to our 
times, we have c^tainly come a 
long way down tiie jwrth of pro- 
gre^." 

She received quite an ovation 
from the 60 members aM guests 
preseiH for tor explanation of the 
buying of textbooks or the ctong- 
ing of ttom from time to time. 

"DonH blame your folks who 
are in charge here. Tlie State 
Board must take tto blame," ^le 
said. "However, change are maAe 
only after tong and careful screen- 
li^ and study. Some changes are 
made about every two years but 
only when we feel thjrt it ai(to our 
pupito in keeping abreast of our 
rfianging tim^ in a fast ctonging 
woiM." 

Mi^ Peebles maintained ttot 
tto ^Me board tries to never 
usurp the mettods of local educa- 
tional <!^>artments, explaining 
Oai tiie state expects tl^m to 
know wh^ is the higher tevti of 
edu<atKxnti altaiimiait posri^ in 



their respective areas. 

Tto aducalor hi^ly conv 
mandad Ifw Virginia Baadi 
Sclioei Board and adminirtra- 
fors on tto "axcailant jdb d«w 
in tto faea of Mich rapid p^Mi- 
lation growlh, which brings 
about tto constant March for 
classroom apace mn4 toachw 
wppiy ." 

Special gue^ inclutod FYaidc 
W. Cox, superintended of Vir- 
ginia Beach sotools; Sidney S. 
Keliam, political leader; Mrs. Fos- 
ter I. Gilbert, -Tidewater District 
President, Federation of Women's 
Clubs; Mk. W. E. Perkins, pred- 
dent of the Lakeview Shore Club; 
and Ifes. Gertrude Twiford, pres- 
ided of Oe Ocean Park Chib. 

<Xtor Mrea' cluto represented 
were South Norfolk, SiAurban 
and Cavalier Juniois. 

Many area-wide club ctoirmen 
and dignitaries and educators ateo 
attended the hmcheon to hear 
this outstanding :^}e8k«-. 

Mrs. H. W. Fulfoid and Mrs. 
Elwood A. Hudson were co-chair- 
men And n^mtors of tto <Avb't 
educaiion and piAlk affairs cofr 
mit«tee served 1^ ho^^^. 

A showing of ^ f^hiow wm 
praaentMl by ^>se HA AAm^ 
tto meetii^ 



T 






h SUN-N^, Towd^y, 0«t)Nsr fS/ 1963?* 



aki 



DAR Chaiitar 

Defense Dinner 

Meeting Held 

NOkFmJt-T^e Sarak Owjttml Chapter DAR l^d ks 
Amnul Nrtkmal Defense Dinner Meeting, last week, in the Lee 
Mmm fli Afr MoBtfccllo Hotel Guest Speaker of the evening was 
Mn. Julian C SmiA, St^e Chainnan of Nirtional Defense, Vi^inia 
Dmq^to^ DAR. 

Mrs. Smitfi (known as "Hi^jy" to most) stated that her talk 

I dictator, the administrator of ^ 



TEEN TOPICS .. . uc^oh* 

Asrt. H<ww tHmumtMitm Afiit 




Iw yoii pac* your huteh for school? If you 
h^ested pi staitjag? 



MW, ire yte 




Mis. Julian SmMi 



woM be idmiV^e^ tMmm 
iKwever ttiis ^leztal term vm 
0&^itaiy iM nidkatoi <^ Oie 
c^tii <rf tiw powerMi and teMfy 

SaMi^ sbwg ^MuniMHir tai- 
cluded ^riaouMt ftfWiiMA, 

^i«l 4}»A ^ey wffl tite over 
ttie Uniled SMes ^soKmi^Qr. 

white p^di^ a^-^attenoe, 4tter 
Bmm Untfn is cn^itfl^ Hi 
^a« to take Oft <H^'. 
Hn. &xto fitted i m^ fu- 

€3^ 7277 ^med entitled 
'Vvsn^m ftwn Wtf : Tlie U. S. 
. ft^wn tor <tei>@al aM Ckxn- 
iMi- Dinnmni&rt in a AeiKs^il 
W«M" md tiie U^ Sl«t^ 
Ams Contmi «m} thmnmmM. 
to » F^anful World" md ^le 
tftitt^ airii^ Anns Coirtntf iUd 

^ted *'Biue Print lor 41« T^ce 
Ra<%— Of^ise of laec PtotUk^ 
of a Tt(^ oA C^Mfti mA (^m- 
{irte DimmameM to a Prae^Ml 
WoiW" (which 9i^>eree<kd pihli- 
dttn 7277). *TWa proposed 
im^ Ms anHug ^ ai^diym" 
liie i^tod ahwrt ttie OuQiae. "the 
^fffjilfflaMiing of ani^ ioKCs; dis- 
n^Q^sg of milttary ^aMiih- 
menta, inchiding tesei, oes^^on 
of the leo^hK^on of annniei^; 
^i|^ifiaM«m of aH Mod^tes of 
muiemr «ad otiier ^^apoi^; abdi- 
ti(m of <to oi^nizMiom and in^- 
takk^ to ffifpoi^ ttie mtttory 
efforts ^ rt^es; ee^ilion <tf mOi- 
tary tiaining, airf dmag of all 
^bny in^tirtuns <$hei« goes 
jfe# #Mt l^»nt ai^ Am^>oUs) 
mi. (be diacontisuanee of military 

^m w^ mea^rs present to 
jBvertl^to and understand the 
tnait (being aecon^llshed in tte 
l^^ Ni&ota Cowai^ test ban 
tvM^es and natiorul disarma- 
mwi^ ^e ai^}ealed to the m«n- 
bos to team a true <tefinitien of 
tte ^ ^n ^Mws being formed in 
^ Wa^^ Nations. She stated 
ttif^ PuWiiation 7277 call«i for a 
program M JdiSBininieiit tet it 
m i^d^ a (laa toiransfer all fla- 
ika^ iM^nsr^ to an ii^ma- 
tional ca^DUBttion wtthin tte 
United Nations 4md tiut the t&t- 
ban treaty is tte tasi ^p in ^ 
proipiun of total nMionil disarm- 
ament. She said "the words World 
Govermnent are carefully avdi^d 
in the ptn^hl^, hvA Om fvogfsm 
would lead to a Untted N^ons 
so 4trong that M wouU in f^ if 
, Dot in OBBie, <x^ii4e « vmid 
joiwnieient witti Ite imtttiu^M 
of an fotenutimL INMffttwmA 
wM^ the fame- 
Un^d iiatm» whkfa 
Bve a emf^ (^ir^^Kkm 
tind (quotine d^^ Mm Hm 
JPan^ilUet ' n •dminirtia^ 

yAm «|k||Bmidier the Orsam- 
1m fli^Rb the dlneotion at 
who vftH 
dumum^, ivuiif and flO' 
^»d«[twte to assure effec- 
on of 

'tiOD". 

your J 



organizMion with the contbiiwd 
forces of the world under fais cmi- 
trol", she stated "and an impor- 
tant step to implement ^Ms pro- 
gram was the establiduneirt by 
the Congress in S«g>teadM' of 
1962 of a perman^ft i^ency 
known as the U. S. Anns Coo^nl 
and Di«knn»neirt Agency wfaose 
mi^on is to deal -v^ ^ prob- 
lems of reduction and coniroi of 
aimnmet^ looking^ tovf^rd uXi- 
nute -mirld dmnnam^A." .. 

Mi^. Smith ^^ed m^^Jbeae 
4>eecb^ whidi ite w^sm to 
DAR 0^ups on defen% are best 
"«nriztt>^Mn in tiie iitim^ to 
m^ p^ipte up". H«- i^)peaA is 
tor the preewvation of the sov- 
ereignly as a i^i<m and God 
given r^its, » set forUi in iM 
&»tstitotion ot the 'United States 
of .^neriou ^le s«ki "we sbould 
make it draa* to our law makers 
thiA we do mA int^Kl to becon» 
a sirt^Me naltoi to ray w<»M 
power, t^ ^ beconM another 
Hui^aiy or TSmI." In conclusion, 
Mrs, &nMh suauned her work 
utth a i^ote ^m a long tre^ 
i»ed yw:m, '1 am <»dy ooe", she 
akl, '^t I am <»ie!" 



ELIZABETH 

CUIB HAS MEETING 



iville — The Elia^JCth 
Rivei' ^re« Garden Club n»t 
tast Thursday at the h(»ne of 
Mrs. W. M. Newbcrn, 311 S. 
Crestline Drive, with Mrs. L. B. 
AMitA as co-ho^ess. 

Gmesst spie^ter was Mrs. L. L. 
Jon^ who spoke mi "So Yew. 
Want to Win a Bhie Ribbon." 

Blue rH^X)n winnei^ were Mi^. 
R. W. Drake and Mrs. A. R. 
Marchione. 



New Members Are Installed 



CRORCH HOLDIRG 
CliASS FOR PARENTS 

BAYSB)E-Part of the Train- 
ing Uawn, whidi is't)eing held 
each ni^ ttiis week at Baylake 
Methodist Church at 7r30 p.m. is 
a !^>raal <3ass for parei^. The 
tttle of tWs seri^ is "Parents An- 
swers to Questions That Children 
Ask." TteM se^ons are beW 
«swii momtag at 10:00 a.m. at ti»e 
i^reh w^ Mi^. mtei L. Sn^- 

era, matrurtor. TTiere k also a Mis, W. F. Foley, Mjs. Donald M 
Mnery for jre sdhrol children. ' Er?;^, Mrs. J. J. D*arts, Mra. WA 



Piep^i^g md taking your owi lunch may ^ e^ way H 
Issura^ you ttiat you will hav% KMnethinf to eat ^^ yM wlU lite. 
Umi too, it is one way ot cutting down <m excess cator^ ai^ 
unwanted pounds. 

What ever your reason ^ (Mcking ^mr 
lunch, there are k^ of ways to make what ^>u 
prepare more app^izii^. 

I came across some kicks to t»^ten yojr 
lunch box menu .that botib y<m saiA y<Mir mothi^ 
mi^t be inteftsted in. 
Sandwich tips: 

Kee^ a supply of different br^ds in flie tw^m, 

packed in plastic wr^ ttiey will hold f<» sevenri 

motths. Spread the bread witlu^ ^m^ru^ xaA 

the bread will help keep die sandwk^ codd until 

^^ lunch time. . 

Lacy (Mrw Cracken with cheese, peanut butter, or any 

favorite filling will add variety to your lunch box. Havfc you trtod 

Ais — it is food! Slice aR>les cm- pears and spread th«an wiA peanut 

butter, ham, or date fUl^. 

In the interest of botn time and variety, it might be a ^od idea 
to mix up and k^ cm hand several sandwich filling. Hmb are 
some sandwich filling recipes that are diffident, ai^ tt i^ittttity 
amounts for six servings. Try one or aO of fli^e: 
Honey-Sweet Penmt Butto- SmA^tIA 
^3 cup p^mit butter 12 rticesenriAed bread 

%cuphOT^ B^M-ormMVIi^ 

2 teaspoons shreadded orange rind 6 Mtoce teaw^ 
y2 cup cl^^ped ripe banana 
ttend peanut butter, honey and QiB»e riii4 tmtfl ^kk^. Add 
banana and mix lightly until blended. Spread hmui with butter ot 
marpuine. Spread p^nut buttet mij^ire on 6 &£^ witih i^aaining 
bread slices. 

Hawaiian Ham Sandwich 
1 cup ground ham 
Yz cup drained crushed pM^s^^k 
1 tablespoon brown sugar 
1/8 teaspoon cloves 
Mix well. 

Cbe^e Piniento SandwMi 

1 cup shredded nippy ch^ie 

2 tablespoons chopped pimiento 
2 tablespoons salad dresshig 

Mix well. 

Your fillu^ should be moist, substantial, and vm'md. ftntter 
or also margarine fortified with Vi^unin A dbcwld be attend and 
spread on bodi sIkcs of bread, all the way to tbt e^. N«« use 
melted table fats b^ause these sodc into the ht^i4. 

Here is a time-saver — keep all oi your lunch-m^kint f^fttjp- 
ment, tools, bottled or canned foods, phased cookies altd onidlpnL 
paper or foil dishes and napkins on a sh^ or two for a sandtt^ch 
center right where you pack your luncli. 

What you plan for your sandwich filling is ^ill not a oxnpiete 
lunch. As you well know, your lunch is <me of the three meals in 
your day, and as such, it needs to be filmed to give you nutriente 
ttiat you need for good health and lots trf energy. Not only that, 
wh^ ^OU pack, especially if you are a gkl, should be Am^ and 
am^UDng. Otherwise, ywi may lose your ^petite. IfoBT meal 
should not only nourish but also please and sati^. ft has great 
moral potential. 

As a final note, use this cha;k list for the lunches you pte^aie. 

1. One-third or more of the food needed fw fte day. 

2. One-half pint cmt more of milk, preferabfy in bottled form, 
though it may be in soup or cocoa. 

3. One-half cup or more erf a veget^le or a fruit — ^efeiaUy 
raw, though it may be cooked. 

4. One serving of protein food— ^gs, che^c, meat, teitils. 

5. One tablespoon or naore <rf butter or enridied margarine. 

6. Two slices or more of whole wheat or cnridied bread — 
rolls, biscuits, or muffins made of enriched or whtrfe wtieat 
flour may be used. Qanln^ad and fin^r rolls give vai^. 

For esunple here is a ccMnplete menu ycm mi^ u» — 
Cream soup — any kind — ^in vacuum bottle 
Outage ch^se and parsley sandwich on whok whMt bread 
Orange — Oatm^ cookies 

And for those of you v^^io are iirterested— Natiraial ScImxA 
Lunch Week began October 13. 



Dried Material 
AlBfrdMyi 



wmommm — 'iwed m- 

^m ixA Ditftwood" was m 
9ubj^ of loter^ to gadea 
merarbtn erf 4te itttiwtwl CNtf* 
aten Chftj, rece^ k ^[wfa- Odo- 
her mert^ Md irt t hefaajna o f 
W^. C 3f W^UKtit, SBMbtfl^ 
tove In ^tioia 8eaA, Co-Hos- 
ted wte Ills. G. O. McCod. , 

^. J. 7^^ ^pt, trn^ 
sp^im, ^^SKd aM 4tmmr 
iftti^Bd ti» tues of 'tfried Ha- 
ksM and IMftiN>od" to use in 
flcMW arran^i^. 

' lb choosing drUtwood to select 
a piece for your arranprnent 
that win balance nicp'" •**>i fie 
contatner and plants i f o- 

ing to, if the pisce is Mrge >nd 
particularly interesting in aMpe. 
perhaps curved and twisted^Jjfrn- 
aider using lewer «?AJt//mr 
piavta or. greiBna, let th(> omtmA 
dentteate. If jt is ana ijAe, 

\$L ttw plants Msome ine mlHor 

Mrs. C. B. Harri: and 

Means Chairman. 
tiolHits irare now aa 

be 'awarded to <hl» ^ 
our December 2ii9 

deem Itectft. 
chandise at the R' 
store in 4||JMlM'< 

Tlcd^ can ^ fvbm 

any nusmbeir dub 

1li|}bon winners were as £oQo^: 

clata, Mrs. B. 

a. D.^MIUfrs. 

ISdward 1lt>p6, Jltn. C.mMs. 

bi tiie hozticutture d»8: Mis. 
G. KQpMridc, Mis. C. J. Eavensm, 
Mrs. fl. W. Nm^Dider, and Mrs. 
E. Tippo. 





LDMKHORN PARK— Ten 
members were installed by tl» 
Linkhom Park Garden Club at its 
first fall meeting <M. 4 at the 
hoHte of Mrs. E. A. Hoffmeister 
on Cavalier Drive. 

Tl^ mm members are: Mrs. 
R. L. Bonney, Mrs. O. J. Ifeavera, 



new Bomwt, Sfcs. M. Ward Cote, Mrs. 
H. L^lie Lam, Mrs. I. W. Jacote 
and Mi\5. Elmmerson Planck. 

Mrs. Hoffmeister spote on 
formal table settinp and arrai^ 
ments. She toari as her guest Mis. 
J. L. Welter of Norfolk. 

Mrs. D. Y. MaOMa ^W ««f»iM 
a blue ribbon for Iter itel^ Ir- 
ra^emeitt. 



Former Resident Engaged 




ait 



Mrs. James Elwoqd G^le, Sr., ha& aonounced the engage- 
ment of her daughter, Shfcley May Gm^. to Ha»ld John RJet- 
veld, son of Mr. and Mb. John mlliaia Rietveld rf Soudi 
Holland, Illinois. Mi^ Gayle, who re^des in Washii^n, D. C, 
is formerly of Virpnia IKadu Mr. R^eld, a graduate of the 
University of Illimis, is a RMvesentadw for Aerojet CeiKcal in 
Washin^QD, D. C. Tbe w^fdu^ will ^skt place in Aiiistloii, m. 
Oeceoiber 14. 



PbhonaiA^lii 



Mr. and itiik Tl^ ii«tttep ^ 
Saturday for Bennuda to a^^ 
the annual Acting <^ ^ Vta'- 
ginia flkttd '^ild^ 4^o^rtlMi. 
yb. Brattw is a pMt {n^<teirt ef 
the ^te group «^.a flp^m^ 4$ 
tl» l^rd of 4jb^^(^ ftf ^ 
iiMnerii^n 'Road Itah^teis ^Mcla- 
tion. 







If It's eyeglasses 
you n^d ... 

Let Dr. Salafsky^ 

OPTOMirUST 



UMYERSin WOMEN 
MEET WEDNESDAY 



giflM'Bi; 




,CH — The \a- 
ch of the iUn«n- 

W«dnS^ 
Day Sciiooil 



mont 
8 p.m 

•Mi^. John BnK&diaw Jr., inoi^ 
mentation chitowi, <«rill in^ro- 
dw% tiie fu^ q^eatar, a pqire- 
sei^ti^ of ^e ^cem^e ^m 
of N,A«A. 

M«d>«re and toir gi^^ are 
ui^ to mmdi <l» meetli^. 



Ywq^ "incKms" 

YWCA ifMiMMrt wno signacl 

<^*v«r«ttff NmL mall, 
hav* b«Mi aafci^ to pratant 
thdr Mm* sh d it^t card at Iha 
local branch «ffle«, SM SQlh 
$lr«^, and pM< up a bafle* fw 
tlf#Ma iaidt's 1^ eeinmit. 
vaa oil aAliiiiidi allwia 




B»; SAM MAS(»ii. RJPh. 
Wlm we CQortte' Ac Mi^ mfaa- 

mmoA » iiB* rUmi tto law w^tmm 

tai wMek It hH tow IhM «t wtUii 

UaiMilowii throi^ pt 

b the niddlt tmm* Urn 




imcdtiOMn whe ad i^ ikop 



A «^ to te toMMW fwtor ki 
a»M ms^ itays m» Mkab to be a 
grka tsusaiiim lUttA lutfit t M tat 
sByWo^ fiPHB s Ai^c Mia ■ ball tut 

A trip to BAnrS MXAIX 
FHASMACY, iw«M?cr, ia fmm wimf- 
vitee of ntMMMoB. For a fnnijiliite 
pnKt^HoB aaiiiLe oif ol ivMo, adec- 
tioi of amirlt^ i -otuj^ i ^ OMHidicsi 
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BOAT BOTTOMS HOLD KEY TO PERFORMANCE 
By HttA Bowinaa 

A boat's pcrfcwmance depends on a combination of power arf | 
hull design and the mo« important feature <rf any hull is the sbi^ 
of its b<^tom. ** # 

Pleasure boats today, aside from houseboats and some ol the. 
larger luxury yachts are of the semi-planing typ e which, at cruisi^ 
speed or faster, targely ride over, 



Camyscot Square Jane, owned and Iwed by Mrs. John 
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her sec^ (^amiMon. (Baldwin photo) 



Hawks Defeat 
Kellam Knights 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Virginia 
Beach's surprising Seahawks rode 
the fortunes of fleetfooted Chris 
Hanson to a 19 to 6 victory over 
Kellam High School in what 
proved to be a dose football con- 
t^ Friday night on the local 
gridiron. 

Hanaon ran for 78 yards in ti^ 
second quarter after fielding a 
punt and later ran for two ipore 
scores. The Hawks led 7-0 at the 
half and talked once in each of 
the final itwo periods. 

Hie Black Knights gave a good 
a«»imt of themselves and scored 
late in th« final quarter on a 12- 
yard pass play. 

With the win over Kellam the 
Seahawks made their conference 
reconl stand at 3-0 and places 



U-K Loses 

NORFOIiC — Senior quarter- 
back William Spence and half- 
back Arthur Lee paced high-scor- 
ing Booker T. W^hington of Nor- 
folk to a 33-12 football victory 
over Union - Kempsville on the 
Booker field iFriday ni^. 

The Bookers led by a narrow 
13-6 DMTgin at half time but oime 
up with 20 points in the last quar- 
ter to run away from the Tjgws. 

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them in a tie with Southampton 
and Franklin for second place. 

Kellam ft— 6 

Va. Beach 7 6 6—19 

VB — 78 punt return Hanson (Han- 
son-run) 

VB— 22 run Hanson (Run-failed) 
VB— 3 run -Hanson (Riin failed) 
K— 12 pass Boone to Byrtus (Run- 
failed) 



P. A. Wins 



HAMPTON — Princes Anne 
applied its talented one^wo of- 
fensive punch to Hampton here 
Friday night, and knocked the 
Crabbers from the ui^eaten ranks 
by a 13-0 score. 

Buster O'Brien, the State's lad- 
ing touchdown-tos^r, passed six 
yards for one touchdown and 
Charlie Carr kicked field goals of 
34 and 43 yards as the Cavaliefs 
won their fourth st«u#t ganj^. 
It was Hampton's first loss, f?. go 
with two victories and a tie.' 



B-R Romps 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Tbe 
Barry - Robinson Rangers upped 
their, record to three wins against 
a lone defeat when they ripped 
the Knapp, N. C, High School 
football team, 32-7 Friday after- 
noon. 

The Rangers rang up five sus- 
itained drives for touchdowns in 
the one-sided victory, one of the 
scores coming on a sparkling 90- 
yard run by their 190-pound full- 
back, Mike Zoby. 



ratber than throu^ the water 
However, the bottoms of semi- 
planing hulls vary considerably 
in shape and the contours applied 
to a good boat are the reailt of 
its architect's intent. He may have 
planned a fasrt boat, a soft riding 
boat, or a rugged, rough water 
boat. All three features are desir- 
able but they are seldom success- 
fully combined in any one boat. 

Features ywi should look for 
are the shape of the hull at the 
chine, the type of planing surface 
from the trai^om forward for 
approximately a third of the 
boat's length and the shape of 
the forefoot, tlrat is the forwanl 
m(^ section of the V-ed, semi- 
V-ed or rounded part of the boat 
tlMit will be in the wsrter when 
the boat is at rest. 

Commonly, the under surface 
of a boat that rides tbrmigh or <» 
the top of the water is smooth. 
There are exceptions. 

The true lapstrake hull ^arts 
its overlapped planking' at the 
keel outward. The huH is made 
up of a series of longitudinal 
steps. The semi-lapstrake hull uti- 
lizes a smooth bottom with strakes 
or overlapped planking startii^ 
^ the chine, where the bottom 
and tl^ sides join. 

There are other non - snwwth 
bottoms — ^those with athwartdiip 
breaks or steps, bottoms that have 
tunnels and deeply V-ed buHs 



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with longitudinal planing stnkM. 

A flat after-plane with diines 
at, or nearly at right angles to tte 
sides of the boat is often a fart 
design, but it nwiy be hard ridii^, 
and less sife in fa^ turns than a 
soft or rounded-chine hull. Tliere 
)& iM aH-purpoae design. 

The round-chined hull off»i a 
smoother ride, though ance ii has 
more \fi«t!ted surface, K wiH be 
slower. 

The ]a{^rake hull '•& a deisr^bte 
rough water bort since each 
strake tencte to throw spray oiA- 
ward rather titan allowing k to 
follow up the sides of the boat 
and blow back into the coclqpit. 

A bhint bow usually accmn- 
panies a hull des^ned for b^ 
speed. Tlw blunt bow lifts over, 
rather than cuts tbnw^ waves. 
It may give a jaw-j(dting Ti<te In 
rough going. Tl^ abarp prowed 
boat slic^ throu^ urawes and 
cu^ons impact shock. 

Built-in hooks are usually cte- 
signers' after • thoughts, correc- 
tions to hulls that fail to perf onn 
properly with their intended pow- 
er. Wedges »re an indication that 
the builder is offering a boat wtth 
a broad selection of power, aiKl 
has corrected Imll characteristics 
for exc^s power vfoli compatibte 
to Um boat's overaU (tesign, 
w^^ht, length and bottom con- 
figuration. 



Golf Roundup 



CAVAUEai — Jordan Ball was 
a guest who played the Cavalier 
course like a diarter nwmber 
Sunday. He shot a three-under- 
par 66, low round of the two days, 
and teamed with Jim Coates' to 
win the member-guest tourna- 
ment with a Sftbole best4»U net 
score of ^1. 

Ball carded a 71 in tbe <q>ening 
round Saturday and finished with 
a 36-hole gross of 1^, low for 
the tournament. Tom '^'.'-v) Mill- 
er had a 141 for Hhe two - unds. 

Cox Joynes had th^ ' ■- 38- 
hole gross score among Cavalter 
members, 72-77 — 149, and Bob 
Davis the best low net, 141. 

Jim Orrell and- Miller finisbed 
second in the memb«"^^ event 
with a ^(3 and Davis and Bill 
Oliver were Ibird at 287, tying 
Orion and Kent Burkfaardt and 
Joe Cherry-Smoose Snead, also at 
287. Jeff Hurst and Willis Par- 
tridge had 288. 



Karl Lan^rt, Bob Bocrie, Fred 
Crisp and Jack Hendriefcs slrat a 
56 and tied for seojnd with Hot 
land, Joe Rettaieyer, J. W. Brink- 
tey and Herman C!asey. SimerwHi 
and &u-ke took tow net 1h»m»s 
with 668. 



Beach Golfer 



PRINCESS ANNE — Frank 
Portlock (88-16—72) and J. W. 
Halstead (85-13—72) stared first 
place in the blind bogey Sunday 
and J. W. Halstead was next with 
(83-10-73). 

EAGLE HAVBN-J. L. Hughes 
won the Eagle Haven blind bogey 
for the six!tb tisne Sunday, witb 
88-13—75. 



HKJHLAND LINKS— The team 
of Henry fluty, V. D. Simerson, 
E. Burke and Hunter Camp won 
the men's blitz tournament with 
a be^-ball 57. Artie Fisl»r dwt 
tlie best gross round of the day, 
74, and M. T. Holtond had 77. 



POWDER PUFF 
GAME TO S. A. B. 

GREAT "P^EX^C- The firat m- 
nual Powder Puff football game 
was recently held zk. Cox High 
School between the Sigma AlfAa 
Beta and the Kaopa Delta T%i 
Tri-Hi-Y CToups of the schod. 

Under the outstaiKiing coaching 
of Johnny Bolger and Frank Ow- 
ens, the Sigma Alpha Beta 
squee^d wit a 6 to victory on 
Pam Moore's 75 yard wiiuiing 
twichdowi. 

Ibe halMroe activkies indued 
the crowning of a boy cheeiieader 
as Pov^kr Puff King. 



In 



Golf Tourney 



^^RGINIA BEACH— David H. 
Jackson, 840 Deary Lane, Viigmia 
Beach, is one of 27 ^Ifers sekct- 
ed in the nation-wide "Beat Bing" 
a>ntest to compete in the playoff 
at the Tucson National Golf Club, 
Oct. 25 and 26. 

Should Jackson win fint pliKse 
in his class at TXicson, be and hki 
wife will be invited to aittend tte 
Bing Crosby Pro-Am Tournament 
at Pebble Beadi, Calif., in Janu- 
ary, and win be ^>ectators at the 
big tinK competition with mai^ 
of the greats of golfdom an^ 
show busing. 

Jackscm vras selected aft» a 
round of play in the contot, 
which k ^Mnsored by tbe 3M 
Ck).'s Duplicating and iSGcrofitm 
Divisions for their "Ttermo^ax" 
products dealers, in which he 
scored 65, beaitii^ fiing Crony's 
net 70 which the erooner-^Ktor en- 
tered at tile WhKe Bear Yadrt 
Club, Sfinn., on Aug. 24. 

&i addttion, if JacicHm is first hi 
his dass M Tucson, Aitbur Sra, 
pro M tbe Cavalier Ckdf and 
Yacht Club, will be Sing's guest 
at tbe PeUde Beach Tonmament. 
By having certified tiie winnhv; 
card, 3m] would become elM^ife 
for the trio if his player wins. 

As a recipient of a Western 
Golf Assi. EvaiK* Sdiolarship, 
Jacfcson comideted four years at 
Noi^hw^lon IMversity. graduat- 
ing in IKil as a marketbig nuiior. 
He then ^tended 4i» Uniwraity 
of Florida where he received Ms 
iTw^ers <^ree in eemonrioi in 
1952. 

}fe is* a ^stCTts *"**"* "f^iiB"f 
for tile BurreugiB C<ffp. 

Mr. JadESon and 1^ wiii, Ws* 
^oet, bave two diftlr^ ^*#wflt 
Ann. a, ekl DwrM, 4 



Vk^f^ U(K^ kirW^WS/fuesday, Odol^ 15, 1963 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 

^^^ Ti^Myt aM Thundayt by Th* BmcH Publfshiii|i Corporaftttti 
HM MMffe A^am Virginia Btach, Virfinli 



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MmWIUY SKAKING 



Clarence Wade Korn^^ 



The re©&nt passing of Clarence Wade 
^negay has removed an outstanding civic 
^^•r from the Virginia Beach scsne and a 
roan rm«:h respected and admired by his 
friends and business associates. 

To many of his friends, and there are 
rnarry, it- was just plain "Wade" with very 
fiw people referring to him as Mr. Korrw- 
gay. Wade ((ornegay was that type of indi- 
vidual, wami and friendly. 

Wade Kornegay was a native Tar Heel 
from UrK)ir County, North Carolina, but he 
IIvkJ most of his adult life in Virginia 
Beach. He left his mark on his community 
having been active in civic affairs of the 
city rtvough the years. 

His llH^siness career in Virginia Beach 



started in 192$^Nin he opened an auto 
mobile agency h4^ ijut he 1$ best known 
for his more than §§^kr% spent In the fuel 
oil distribution bu|l^s that bore his name 
-The Kornegay Oil ^mpany. 

Wade Korneliay yis active in the forrria- 
tion of the Virginia ^ch Chamber of Corti- 
,merce, a past pr4ttl<^t of the VIrglma 
Beach Rotary Cf^ lind one of the foundws 
of the Bank of Virginia Beach. He was a 
member of the tattl's board of directors at 
the time of his cMm. 

The axTimunlty has suffered a great loss 
in the death of Wade Kornegay but his 
contributions to the progress of this area 
will live on for years to come. 



fTNEVn FAILS 



Just A Few Facts 



How im^rtant Is the role of the railroads 
in this nation's incredibly complex life? A 
few facts, sans editorializing, help to an- 
swer that question. 

The railr(wJs have 215,(XX) miles of 
rlght-o^way, linking virtually all cities, and 
move 43 f^r ant of the nation's intercity 
traffic. 

They empby 700,OCK) people, and last 
year's payroll was $4^7 billion— an average 
of $6,659 per employee, as against $5,700 
fpr general manufacturing workers. 

Their purchases run to some $2.1 billion 
annually, induding thousands of items, 
groat and small, produced by workers in 
plants In every section of the asuntry. 

Their tax payments are in the $905 mil- 
lion Ixacket, supporting schools, fire and 



police departments, and all the other local 
and federal government services. 

Their investment, after allowance for 
depreciation, is $26 billion, and represents 
invested savings of over 925,000 stock- 
holder* and thousands of bond-owners. 

So it goes. And this vast railroad plant 
works at a top level of efficiency. There are 
push-button contrds at terminals and abng 
the line. Some 45 automatic classification 
yards have been built, a>mplefe with re- 
mote-controlled switching, car retarders, 
television arKJ radar. 

This very brief summary gives an idea of 
the railroads' importance. Here is an abso- 
lutely basic industry, on whose services all 
of us depend, directly or indirectly, in one 
fashion or another. 



A bam That Won't Hold 



Four major osnsolidation cases are rraw 
befpre the Interstate Commerce Commis- 
si«i. And 25 major railroads are engaged 
In merger negotiations. 

These merger plans are aimed at elimi- 
nating duplicate facilities and unnecessary 
services, diversifying operations, cutting 
costs, improving earnings and strengthen- 
ing <3>ni(5fetitlve positions. They reflect the 
gianfr A^^»eze exerted by rising internal 
oasts on the one hand and intensified ex- 
ternal rampetitlon on the other. 

Th« program would be eminently desir- 
able at any time. It is particularly desirable 
now, when numbfers of major railroads are 
in nejct-to-desperate financial straits due to 
circumstarK^s beyond their contrdl. 

Yet raHro^ iab&r leaders oppose ail 
major railroad nnerger proposals on the 
grounds that they would imperil jobs. They 
urge that they be stopped until further 



studies are made— In the face of the fact 
that the railroads have been almost studied 
to death. 

As for the job argument, it is empty. In 
the long run more competitive railroads 
would likely result in more rather than 
fewer jobs. It's a fact that in the postwar 
era railroad employment has been cut 
nearly in half— not b^ mergers, but tay the 
railroads' competitive inability to cash in 
on traffic growth, coupled with the shift to 
higher technological standards. 

Moreover, workers affected by railroad 
consolidations are also furnished unprece- 
dented benefits by their companies. The 
law guarantees that no railroad worker's 
earnings will be allowed to deteriorate for 
as long as four years after a merger. 

To prevent mergers is to further dam the 
tiver of progress. Inevitably the dam must 
give way before reality. 



STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 
1912, AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MARCH 3, 1933, 
JULY 2, 1946 AND JUNE U. 1960 (74 STAT. 208) SIOWING 
THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND CIRCULATION 
Cff VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS, published twice weekly at 
Virginia Beach, Va. for Cc»ber 15, 1962. 

1. The names and addresses erf the publisher, editor, manag- 
ing edi^, and business nMoagers are: Publisher, Sidney S. Kellam, 
Vu^ink B^ch, Va.; General Manager, Albin R. Mailiies, Virginia 
Beadi, Va. 

2. The owner is: Beach Putdishing Ockp., Vi^inia Beach, 
Va.; Sicta^ S. lUllara, Vii^ia Beach, Va.; Albin R. Mailhes, 
Virginia Be^A, Va.; Rkrhard B. Kellam, Virginia Beach, Va. 

3. Tke kiKMim bcwidholders, mor^ii|ees, and other security 
^i!lfn owning or holdic^ 1 percent or nuxt of total amount of 
IxnGK* ni«tfa^s, or other securki^ are: None. 

4. Par^aph 2 and 3 iiwlude, in caas where tiie stockholder 
or iwcw% ItoWer appears upon the books of the company as trustee 
or m atti <rtter fiAiciai> relation, the name d the person or corp- 
»atk» tm whom swh trustee is acrtng; aho the statements in 
tt» twojpw^ai^ stow the agiam's full knowledge and belief as 
to the cttratmstaaces am! conditkms under which stockte}lders and 
*tertty totibrs Who <te tkA. appear upon the boob of the cnnpaiy 
H trm^ie^ told rtdck and seciirities in a capa^ o&er than that 
^ a tooU ficb otffner. 

5; Tl» ^i&am flMnber of c<^ies of eaA issue of thfe {wbUca- 
iM| a^ m dMMtti^ Aioi^ the maite at bAmwm, to fntd 
^Mortbwt thntsg the 12 moirtis pr^^eding the date shown was: 
5,678. 

Afcin R. MaHhes, General Mana^ 



mt Um SET BAKE SALE 



...GINU BEACH — The la- 

^^jes Aiuuli«iy to EHes Lodge No. 

'*?W wiU hold a bake and mm- 

>«» fa\e Friday from 1 to 6 pm. 

lay from 10 a.m. to 6 

ye yard of the Slka 

!5 AUantie Avenue. 

" by m 



ttoma baked pies awl c^es, 
tei^wi^ ^ew, vmi clean ^jtt- 
i^ fumtaxe and teide-kMtte 
WiU bi on aale. 

^Ktmt wjahnq to doBtte 
"«^ c^^a^" to> Che atOe 
iw^ leaw ttns ft 4ha ^te 
l^iia. 



MRS. ROBERT SOPER 
SPEAKS TO CLUB 

GREAT NEOK — The regular 
iMeting of thie Gi«at Neck 
Garden Qub was held Wednes- 
day at the home of Mrs. Robert T. 
Soper, 1401 Harbor Cmrt, Great 
Neck Manor. Co-hostes was Mrs. 
P. M. Lyons. 

The program for the evening 
was "Plant Diseases, Pests, and 
their Control" and the speaker 
was Mrs. Soper. 

Ribbons were won in the Ar- 
rangen»nt ckss by tos. A. J. 
Stagg, Mrs. G. T. White, Mrs. 
R. W. Utterlack, Mrs. Soper, and 
Mrs. P. M. Lyons. Awards in 
Horticulture went to Mrs. J. W. 
fell, Mrs. M. fi. Godfrey, Mrs. 
Soper, and Mrs. Utterback. 

A coffM for prospective mem- 
bers is planned for October 23 to 
be held at the home of Mra. T. M. 
Lyons. 

SORORin PLANKING 
MODEL MEETING 

NORFOLK — Beta Sigma Phi, 
Alpha Rho Cha|rter will hoW its 
model mating Oct. 16th, 8:00 
p.nv. at tl» home of Jane Crarybs, 
1044 Uttle Bay Ave., NorfoBc. 

TTus meeting n to introduce 
new members and n^eei to 4he 
purpMe and mining of tte so^ 



fm ^te^ Mi. ^ wm. upright 

Hki% t^«f «CJfHw«6 BUT BtftB 

Mmt '^ sm^ ^oQK tvmm 



VwrfM A DiPtOMft— -HE (AWtKEO 
IN \NlTH tHl#'-— 




Mrs. TowRsend Wilt Aepresent College Ibup 



VH«5IhttA BEA€H-Jtos. ». E. 
Townsend vnll represeirt tii6 Vir- 
ginia Beach Brandi of <he An»r- 
ican Association of Unlver^^ 
Wonwn at a fall work^iop <Hf ttoe 
Virginia Division of AAIM Octo- 
ber 26 at tl» H<Mxy im in tH^- 



Playground 
PrograMi It 
Top Attraction 



VnWJINIA BEACH — One of 
the larger playgrounds, both in 
number of students and activjti^, 
is being held at W. T. Cooke Ele- 
mentary School. This is tlw first 
year for ithe playground and 
mudi intere^ and participation 
on the part of Ihe children is be- 
ing shown. 

Every afternoon tiiere are stidi 
activM^ as voUeytraO, ba^eMiaB, 
hm'seshoes, paddle tennis, aiui 
teaierhall. Twich football, kick- 
ball, and other l^gie games are 
scheduted and con(ktcted by Co- 
lumbus Cartwrigbt, playground 
director. 

At lludia School, a new volley- 
ball le^ue for both boys and 
girls ^ being started. Axiyom 
willing to enter the leagues 
should report and register with 
Mr. Oweis on the pl^ground. 
Another feature of this pb^- 
ground is the roller skating every 
Thursday afternoon within tiie 
parkuig lot. 

Daring the past wwk two foot- 
ball gMiKs were played on the 
Pembroke Elemrartary School 
fflaygrmind. Wedn^cby afternoon 
the Vikings bert the DragcHls 13 
to 6 to remain untefeated and at 
the top of Ite lea^e. Thui^ay 
tbe C<^ defeated tt» Chai^ers 
13 to 7 to tie ttie Dragons for sec- 
Mid place, fcAowed by tl» darg- 
eis who are now and Q. 

In intra-pU^^^round play, King's 
Grant won their third ^aight 
game by defeating Shelton l%irk 
22^. Outstanding for the King's 
Grant lions were Leslk White- 
house at halfl»ick and Glen Myers 
in the line. 



LETTERS TO 
THE EDITOR 

Dear Sir: 

Just a note to express oiir ap- 
preciation for fmblicizing our 
training convention in Newport 
News, Virginia this past weekend. 

Today wHh racial,, political, and 
religious ^ferences running ram- 
pant, many are asking for BiWo 
answers to the probtenw besetting 
this geiwi^on. 

Our whole organization is 
geared to training our peo{de to 
be Bible teachers fully qualified 
to point others to wlwre the Bible 
speaks on these matters. 

The publicity provi^d by «w. 
iwwspaper always enowragM 
nmiy in cm ^mmueAy to ask 
qii^tkms when mir cninMen caU 
at their hoot^. 

Please &m^s cm appredation 
to yeiu- iM. 

Bffl H. Jacobs, Jr. 
Preadnf Biiiurter 
Va. 8€&di C<»]greptioD 
Afeo^'v Wito»stM 



port «News. 

She will also be oas of the 
speakers and will discuss the topic 
'Tl» ^Jhinteer Woxnan in Her 
Community." 

Staitog at 10 a.m., the work- 
!^of will be designed around this 
year's theme, "The Educated Cd- 
lege Woman as a Member of a 
Cwnmunity," whioh was selerted 
by t!% state's 91 branches. 

Molding the meeting will be 
representatives from (Norfolk, 
Richmond, Peter^tmrg, Hampton, 
Suffolk, Newport iNews and Vir- 
gbiia Beach. 

There will be morning' and af- 
ternoon seissnon. Luncheon wlH be 
^rved for ^.25 per person. 

Virginia Beach merabera wish- 



FIREWOOD GARDENS 
FAMILY MOVE TO CAUF 

PINEWOOD GARDENS— A 

set of wders from the U.S. Navy 
has taken the Bade family from 
their hmne m Pinewood Gardens 
and sent them across country to 
San Di^>, California. • 

AMC BoL B«de wd hb wife, 
Nellie, W^ .^tnrday altemooo, 
with children, Bennie, Mike, and 
Neva Lynn, ajwl Boxer pet, 
Rowdy, traveling by MMicm wag- 
on. They plan to nuke varkxis 
stops along the way at homes o( 
fri^ute and relatives, and ex|^ 
to n^ve at tteir new ditfy staticn 
somame next week. 

Their many friends "left be- 
hind" wish for them a safe jwif 
any, a pleasant duty in Califania, 
aad a quick return back home,, 
to stay. 



ing to make nnM^^ns or <A>- 
tain further information are ariced 
to contact ^fas. Riy SSmM, Jr., 
464-3016, Mis. John Wosi, IJI* 
5-5^1 or.Afts. J<^ foM^lttW, 
Jr., GY 7-1788. 

BAYNES TO AHEND 
CHIEFS MEETING 

mm YORK — Vii^inia Beach 
Fire Chfef E. B. Bayne awl Sfrs. 
Bayne of 603 2m St. w)B atteiKl 
the 90th Annual Conference of 
the International Asociation of 
Fire Chiefs, it has b^n an- 
nounced. 

The conl»ence will bring to 
gether fire ehiefs from all parts 
of the United States, CtnaAa, uvi 
a munber of coantetes abroad. 
About 2,000 are elected to at- 
teiMl. 

CARDINAL CLUB 
AWARDS RIBBONS 

BnffiNBOK — the Oudinal 
Gar<j^ Chib MM its firrt meeting 
of the year hsi Tues^ at the 
home ot Mra. J. D. GdUen on 
Cardinal Road. aire. J<An Field, 
presid^rt, pi^d^. 

Members of the dub brott^t 
arraftgenMnti <tepictii^ "lYuito of 
toe Field" and "Summer's Eirf." 

Mrs. D. J. Dee Sr. jud^ ths 
arrangements m4 §av« «on^ruc- 
tive criticism, i^ rftteons went 
to Mrs. a«M IfreM) aiwi Mrs. 
Gordai Potter. 

Mi^. H. F. Ri^>dle and Mrs. 
C. F. Ilttos "were pierts of club. 

Tl» November m«ting wiU be 
held at tte home of Mrs. Harold 
Webb. 



Record Bridge Ready for Road 




NIW YOiK CITY'S •talciy IMW portal, tha Varrazano-Narrowt 
■rldga, prwMnts Hii« app««HWic* to tho world at U.S. Stool 
werkmon proparo to install tfco roadway struefuri of Iho re^rd- 
Mtting link botwoon •reoklyn and Staton Island. Fifty-ono thou- 
•and tern of stool will ^o suspended fnem tho fear rocontly- 
cMllriiMd moin cablos-"spun" from 14$,080 mlloo of spoci^ 
■Moi wiro— in a now »nstru0ien phaso seliodulod to start bf 
Riid-Octobor. SMrt fbf tho ^ntor spai^^ «««iWs Im««M at 
4,HO fo«t-will bo tewod ^ borgos |ewn Now Yortc l%|fkor 
fnm m JMsoy City aMwnliy yard a^wotui by U.S. ^^'a 
Amorlran Mi^ INvMon, w|i^ is butfdbif tMo bridfo far Mm 
Triberowtb lrid«a and Twnmi AudMrity, Ammona md MMi^iMy, 
«M«^Nl MgiMors, doslfii^ tho Naiiows o^int sdiodwM 
to bo o p o mJ lata iwxt yooc. 



Birthd^s S^m/tf Om^ Mare Often 




From the looks of little Keith Hartman's face, he thorougjily 
enjoyed his f iret birthday cafce and ap^i^Mlv Jmnped into the 
festivities head first when his pag&m, Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Hart- 
^an, entertaiMd hira with a party at his h<w», 401 Cumminfi 
Road, Birchvrood Gardens. Cithjr LyM Eh'ews gave Keidi & 
helpit^ hand in cutting the cake, (TJppo Phcrto) 



liliii fnlneais Meeting Sunday 



NORfX>LiK— The first meeting 
of the season of the Salon francais 
of the mirMk Woman's Chib wiU 
be held &nday, at '3 pjn., 9k tte 
Club Hou^, 524 Fairfax Ave. 

The talk will be given in 
French by Mrs. Genevteve Galli- 
lord <m "'Renoir, his life and his 
times 1^ seen by his son", which 
will be, in sum, a review of tiie 
boad( t^ Jean Itenoir, 3%oently 
pubUAed. There will be ^lown a 
few of the paintings in cotor 
slid^ to lllustrMe the ^dk, by 
Mrs. Bertha Fanning Taylor, 



ninerals 

ARTHUR L. DUNCAN 

VIRGINIA BEACH—ArUMir L. 
Duncan, 81, of 32nd Strwt and 
Holly Road died in a Norfolk hos- 
pital Thuraday at 10:10 a^a. after 
a long illness. 

A native of Norfolk, he was a 
son of Layman and Mrs. An^a 
Murden Duncan and lived at the 
beach 85 years. 

He fmroerly was a meat cutter. 

Surviving are a sister, Mrs. A. 
F. Baughari of Miami, and a 
brother, Alex Duncan of Wil- 
liamsburg. 

The body was taken to Abekas 
IHineral Home. 

A funeral serviM was conduct- 
ed Saturday at 2 p.m. in Hmwo*^ 
Cemetery, Norfolk, by the Rev. 
Edmund Berkeley of Galilee Epis- 
copal Church. 





moil 

^ODAY 

Sy: PmI B. Mooataa 

"Belter a free bU (hn • captive 
king. . . ." 

How fortunate we are in iMt «wii- 
try to be aMe to es^eas oar vlawi 
and move about as free i^Mts. No 
matter what oar statim ia Vtt-4swm 
the huniUest to tbe rk^ert h MM* 
terial thii^:s— there is Mie esaumoiUj 
we aU $l»re In coauuoa, an fiMi^oiB. 

The opportonily of dfetatkH| «Br 
of^ lives ta a iMvJNie we Miaiild 
never dlow to 4^ «iray Iraii m by 
taking it for ftmdei. It b a fffvfl^ 
wortt strivhig for. 

MAESTAS RJNERAL HOME ' 
ISlh & Baltic Ave. nione CA S-6i2l 



Ctiairman of tlM Salon. Mrs. G^- 
for<| is Mn. Widter Galliford, St., 
a bng time v|^toit of ^Port*- 
hkwA; she was bom in Paris, 
ud !• a graAiate of <he Pails 
Sctool of law, and has given a 
number of tatts for the Sal<n. 
The SUon ficancals is open to dl 
iMerested In the conva*sationll 
use of the Frendi bngutge. It b 
^Kma»«d i^ BIr. Pi«Te Schmitt, 
French C^i^. Students ai^ 
teacb«% (A French are e^M^i^ 
ittvked, aiKi asked to reniatt for 
the %cial hmir wluch foltov§ t^ 
lectore. 

LAMES ADXIUARY 
PLANNING DANCE .. 

PL^A— Tl» re^ilar mooth^ 
nweting of the Ladies Auxiliary 
to ftaftat Vohintee/ Fire«Com- 
pany wiU be held W<Minesday at 
8 p.m. in ^ hooM of Mrs. Mia- 
b^ Tifmer, 252 Standi ^reet. 

Plans wiU 1» made for a dance 
at the Ft)P aub on Kemi^vi^ 
Road Nov. 15 froih 9^ p^. to 1 
ajtn. Music will he provided by 
tte Statasmen. 

Tickets will be $5 per Q|uple. 
n^erv£rtlo!a msy be madetwiUi 
Mrs. Gotd<m HiH, 341-1049. 




Atlantic Fuel 

OH ce. 

Gall: 
Day or- Night 



— serving the 

NINTH Largest City 

In the 

United States 



CtEAN 



PRIMIUM 

HEATING OIL 



CorrespouMdieiits 



Mrs. Rita Vellines 
Mrs. Doris Padrick 



464-1229 Bayside 

Chesapeake Beadi, 
Ocean Park 

341-1978 King's Grant 

Plnewood Gardens 
Eastern Park 



Mrs. Edward Tippo 341-3674 Thalia 

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

Mrs. Kay .tehnson 341-4942. ChesojDeian C6lony 
^fter 6 p.rn. PrlncfesS Anne Plaza 



V 




*^^tN^ M «» M ^ of 

M^Y immim, mmm, 

K^ra mXM, Dilradnt. 

Ifct el^et «f thto iuft to to 
Afa^a 4mutei ^#h^ ^d« 

ft^Uo^ tnaitte cmuMk «l 4e- 

Aad m. aznaavic iutving l]|e^ 
mKte i^ f ned <th*t the t^ndtot 
is « i^4^deM of the State of 
^Vi^into, etw last icnbwn post of- 
flee «Mn« M]«: 812 17th 
Street Vlrgnte ^A, Ya^m, 
due dfl^eMe Uil^ M^ tued 

iir tin ^idnMf Uk mmma fa 

whit eoi^ OT ©Mporation in t^ 
Stale of Vbfgnk tiie <M^int to 
n^ttm^ ^ieot. 

It a m^saeed iM be do appetr 
faw^ Vila, tea (10) da)« afik 
due ^Ueklon hei«of, and do 
wtet WBy be i^euuy to ^otect 
fato liM»rest in thto suM. 

JOHN V. ff®fIMSK, C»rt. 

BY: Maiy M. Wite, Oil 
^]l}ert Ice Siiii|»on, p^. 
Bm(A flm^ ^liMiiq; 
Virtfi^ Beach, Vii^nto 

; -mH^ — 

CemmenwMMi of \nrMMR tlw 
Ctorfc't (mice of tiW tircuH 
Court of the City of Virginia 



llM»]y.ll9H» 



B«aeKLO«i fL lOHi dby of Ocfo- 
WATSON, PUiotiff, 



QlMtmA fAY WATOW, 

DMndailL 
ORMR or PUBLICATKW 

; Ite ^i^«f,tiUs to to dMain 
divdi^ a fl^Uo mattteodU 
£ram ^m md det^Amt, opon 1l» 
grmnla ef deesUai. 

^ «B a«|Mfli^rii« been 
made Aa itfn ra a» d^nd- 
u^it a ntuM!*^^^ of Ihs State 
of flr^nla, tiie lart imnro porit 
Qf£«e ^die^ hnj^: ^0 Brena- 
lUd^ Avehtto, di^KMi. OhM.; 
R tt ontei«d tiMrt ^ do ^ppeir 
^fe iMtiiin ta <10) di^ alt^ 
(^ putdfeation Im^, aM dto 
wMRMl^te m^woy toim^toet 
ba*iiA^%9t in^dafuK. 

A iio|^ — ^farto: ,» 

JOHN V. F©fr^^, Oeifc. 
BY: Mtoy M. Whte, DXJ. 



1399 LasUn Rrad 
Profesaonal BuUdii^ 
Vii^^inia Beadi, Vlrgnto 

10.18-4TU 



CAiHnonwoaMi of ViiipiM^ hi fhu 
CM^a Offtea of Mw Cimiit 
Court of the City of Vtrginia 
the 25th day of Sop- 
[1963. 

WniiAA^. Plaintiff, 

M. WlliAl^, 

Defeidant. 




• tiM. Moricis 



■* !*.■ 



ORdm H^'^HULKTATtOf^ 



AnerfM into a 



T 
obtam fi {UVDiTQ^ 
Itioro fo te 1^ 
divorce a , Vinculo IMratrinXHUi 
from tbje fui defeadantt upon the 
groundi of daaotkn. 

And ivlt having been 

madea« hat <te defendant 

to a noil t of the S^ of 

Viigldia ,thti toat lotowD Dd^rew 
being: 2942 North S^eri''-- 
Drive, jfopth iBend, Oregon 

No>t k^irt of the State of 
Virgintot A ja holered ihali^ do 
appear here within ten <10) di^ 

do what msf he Meei^ffy to pi&> 
toot her bMereat ia 'ttito suit. 
A eafiyw^Toala: 
JOHN V. FEJNTRESS, Oitik 
BY: Mary M. WWte, D.C. 
tiydfM * dBMea, p.q. 

f iiSinto Beach, Virginto 

lO-l— mj 




VfTilnl* Betdi SUN-NEWS, Tuesday, October 15, 1963 



Paget I 



Purmiant to llie teitns of a <^'- 
tain deed of trust by and belmven 
John J. Burke and lols IM. Burke, 
to W. 9h«plhdn} Orwwy, Jr., 
Trustee, dated Ibe 18th day of 
March, 1969, and duly of record 
in the Clerk's Office of the City 
of Virginia Beaoh, Virginia, in 
Deed Qqok 58Q, ftgo Ul, and 
default having been mode in the 
payment of debt «ecu«d thereby, 
at the r9f|ue«t of the creditor, the 



ktA. du tht Iftoiit 8l^ ^ pt» 
coiirtbouie of the CMQl GMtrt 
of.*e Ci^ of ViDriMa^BeMi. 
VtrginUk m I»lowi$d&cMbed 
pn^porty: 

AOakose eertatn.'lott. jttaciM. 
paifMis of land, »mi|[, m^t 
hfittag in ,t|tw City gf Viiig^ 
Koich, Vfrginia, knowh. niim^ 
ited and dee^gnated a* 
iwdve (12) v>A CViurtacai <^4) 
Bl«3l(.JC»eaty-l3Mir 04^ .da 
put entitled '^Blap of Shadown 
Lawn He^hfto". made byje^% 
Baldwin, £. &, and ^i^-'Maraed 
in itie Clett's Office of Om Cir- 
cuit Court of the CTity of Vix^tiiia; 
Bdich, Virghdi ifformtfly. I*ri>- 
cess Anne Cousrty, Vy!||#tO <n 
the 29th day of May, l^M; raf^r- 
eoee to eaidlMkp behig hettfty 
nykie for a more particular de- 
spiption of aaid iand; and ail Ap- 
I^uieifioces tiia\»» ixr beMfiDgHg 
ttereua^ ^^ 

i A cMii4q)o$it it)M> Bundled 

my iDoUif dsad) ^ be i^ 

qaired at tbe date of sale, lite 
terms will rag^lre 4|M^.aipttiaqeM 



be nude tbedfton 
dayaftjniiliB 

Trustee 




1?en <16) 



Bfewry, 3t. 
10^-4 1^ 



; « 



Oy„.fund time 





LEAVE OLD TOYS AND 
ARTICLES AT NEARBY 



FIRE 




ARTMENTS 



VA. BEACH JOY FUND 



i^*m t 




Cemmonwoalth of Virginia, In Mio 
Oorlc's Offieo ef the Clraiit 
^rt of the City of Vii|^ia 
OTMwvan Mo wHm 4Niy of OiN^ 

Plairtlff, 
against 
JOYC* OASOM, Defendant. 

o»Mm cNi i>ubl.k:ation 

1^ «l^^ of ttiis «ilt is to 
obtam a divMj» rVinailo M»tri- 
nMptt Jtani. tiie Aid defti&dant, 
upon Oe grinds of d^»^». 

And an affidavit havii^ b^n 
tmidie and filed ttiat ttie defendant 
to A iDMi-resdeirt of the State of 
Vhrgima, the lai^ known post of- 
fice addre^ being: P. O, Box 56, 
PaMePBon, Cattfoi^ 

ft to ordered Mt ite do appear 
here frilttn ^ Otj itiys after 
<hie piticaikut bev&k, einl do 
what ^i^ be iw:«^ffy to protect 
bo- i^@t^ in ittts sut 
A oit^-->Taslk 

xmsM mmmss, oerk. 

BY: 1^ m. Wm, D.C. 
Bryd^ & fiinyleiL p:q. 
Professional ioQmig 
1369 La^Ehi Boad 
Vii^nto fee^, l^^hiia 

1(W-4TU 



C ommonwea lth ef ^^iginia. In tfio 
dMc% Mka tf the i^iH 
Court of Km Cl^ of VInpia 
i e ach , on #io 2nd tfay of ^o- 
ber, 1963. 
JOHN D. PLANK, Pteintiff, 

againat 
PHYUas JOE planIk,^ 

D^endant. 
ORDiR OF IHJBUCATION 
The object of this aoit is to <^ 
tain a divorce A Mensi et thott) 
to be lat^ merged into a divorce 
a ^vinculo mi^rimonii, from t^ 
said defendant upon the gr(Hmdfa 
of d»»^n. 

And an affi^v^ himng bee^ 
made mA filed that tiie defeiKiai| 
to a non le^dent of the State m 
Virgima, the la^ known post, of- 
fice ad<beas being: 406. SM^ce 
axeet, I3l2abetti City, l^orth Car- 

It to «d«iidLttilt4ie do appe^ 
here within ten <10) days aft^ 
flite iwbTlcatlon hereof, and ^ 
what may be ne^s»ry to proite^ 
her interest in this suit. 

A eo|^— Twfo: 

JOHN V. FENTRiJSS, Cirl. 

BY: mty M. White, D.a 
Bryoges s Broy^B, p^t|. 
Professional BuiUbif 
1^9 Laskin Boad 
Vteginia iBeach, VlighriA^A., 

icIUtv 




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ANNDUNCKMENn 



lOSpwMNe^ 



CTUTTKR CXSSOfiS — l^ttiicoS 
stylm tau^. Can AUce Fost^ 
4264309. 



LBARN FOLK-STYLE BANJO 
QilalJIted tvtor with profeaskmid 
jmmm ^ t«sBch you to 
)liay tte tfaditional 5 string 
banjo. Mountain, Folk and 
Bhiegnm styles taught. Also 
Folk GOitar. 4284168. 



Mrs. White<8 'Sewi^ l^oem 

Now loa^ t^ mb 

. 16871iakin^t 

^ types aMei^ns^dreiiyiffiig. 



11 f^wMMilaNin 
, - I 1 1 ir, i i <i T I a t I 





4|s.^m1 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



ttNTAL M^ tSTATE 



m mtotm wi 



"Board 



e^Btt.^WD-fWraL — Motel 
unit, centrally located, nicely 
fti n drtt e d , well heated, strictly 
private. A^ furnished apart- 
nwpt. 046^460. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



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SEPARATE BKTRANCE — Good 
fti^sbed room. Birth. 6A 



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Nioe s^^ping room for rent to 
tidea^ lady, herted. Breakfeirt 
portvfl^es If deared. For ftir- 
tf^r informatkMi, call GA 8-7704 
After 6 p.m. and all day ^Aur- 
day aiMl ^day. 



Ill ApM^monts Fvmishod 



F<ttLLY RANCH. 1400-17th St, 
dean, modem rooms, effici- 
endfes. 1 tod 2-bedroom apart- 
meiite. Reawnable weel^, 
monthly, or annual rates. 



(Mil lir. Ilkdox St 4281242 
for ftntlmt' infoanatton~ 



— 1956 Umidiir, 4- 

neater., ^ce^tei^. <K»»ittwn. 
OA8-'^d4, $300, 



BiiM& ^VICES 



30 Appliance ^r^icos 



VACUUM taaANERS— Hoover, 
S^ adi.^%vlce. Prompt ef- 
hmnt T##rs. Pick up and 
delivery. P lone QA 84222. 
Fuel Feed k Building Sup- 
plies. Inc. 



SI iulMlnf-RlMRHng 



imt Mfb ^mmm work 

Ph]fid)mg — Reefbif 
EJerthcal ■>- Ah* C^ttwUt^di^ 

"AM) EOSCfRlCAt. 

svppums, t^C. 

Phone 428-2860 



fWLOYMO^ 



m Help WaMotf-Fomalo 



MAS—To live in. ^qtertonced. 
iI^!fer«H%s. No di^i«n. GA 
8^78. 



WAffmESS — Wh«», over 21. 
Mtit be experienced end neJH. 
Sttoy phis "tips. Lynnhaven In- 
let loea. Hours S p.m. to 12 M. 
464-0174 or 46448^. 



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CoRtmonvMalth ef VinMnta, in 
Clerk's Office of the Cireui 
Court of the CHy «f iilj 
^ch, en the 17th day of Sod- 

BVMWl ^UV^^ fftatitttt, 



USMtY^Z IHAI^E^ I^tohdadt 

(mek dFi^ucAl^^ p 

t^ a dlvwee A finrfUAati- 
p^L, frmn ^ aaid deftsidan^ 
ttie grounds' of tloee (3) 
^^MRsJ^t^on. 

having beei 

tlM»(tef«Ktoni 

dC. the State of 

Ig^np^ of- 

^^^^ fWlJlfWilCityJ 

^irwElRM Uiat ke mi. Appear 
here within ten <10)ai^ after 
dM !pub^lMjftlM^ and do 
what ju^ be neoenry to protect 





JOHN V. wmrmEss, aerk, 
w^Mfti^:^'ilhto,JDx:. t 

&y^eMb ]^^to^,p.q. f 

1989 L^n^)^. , « 



90 Articles For Sale 



-r-lbKxft^ cI|}<Mki. 13 we 
36" xm^ 8 siii M"l% 39". 
Price %tM eadh. oMsr to- 
Aatl^ stonn wiwlows. Call 



NEWSBOY BICYOJ;— withjaifie 
basket. Heavy duty Columbia 
125. Needs tire. S« at 245 
Driftwood Road, ftoewwod GfB"- 
^ns, Lyimhaven. Also snuQl 
lo^el^ ••nuKle giris Mcydfe.i 
^e<0er. 




LtNE POSTS-|22i« 
ipiilKly, in^IIed, heavy 
T4»ks, with four Un^ 
filOO ^eO, set in conc^e. 
fhone GA 8-4222. Fuel, f^ 
k Building Supply, hic 



93tHousohold Goods 




QU|S^«9tey PedK pigan 
15flE iHand-can^*tl^Be .top 
■ It buffet, f%f At tan, 6 
101%, -3 be^^^,«jftTOK. 
offer. See A Wtz fei^ar 
it OcealH. Open 9 to «. 'GA; 
8-7088. 



APPlMMCiS— Baflpd^ in ^w 
td re«MMiitioned i^^^^erators, 
washers, dryers, tod 
Buj or rent, at Hirtz 
in Oceana. Open 9 to 9. 

mm. 

RlAiSt— 43acl2 linolMim 4or e\niy 
room in, the bouse.^^9^ 
and carry (no dealers). % 
Furniture. 17th & Baltic. 




FINISHED or UNFURNISHU) 
—2 b^rooms,, living room, 
dining ro«mi. Water funuAed. 
190 a month, yearly reMal. 
GA 8-3680 W 856-1947. 



1-2-3 foom apitttmente. $754125 
month. Utility lumisted. Sun 
Tule MoteL DM 428-1828. 



30th Street — Comjdetely fiff- 
nijbed, modern apartments. 
Heat tod witer included. 2 bed- 
rooms — $115 per month. 1- 
bedroom — $65 per nwnth, 
GA 8-7453. 



1, t be^tom efficiencies comr 
pletely furnished. Weekly, 
ara^U^. "We can furnish ev- 
&^msg but food." $60 moMh 
ly minimum. GA 8-8050, GA 
8-9701. 



HOIiH)AY HOUSE MOTH^-On 

• the Oc«m at 14tii St Efficiency 

apartment. M utilities fum 

^&ed. Mbo rooms for rent by 

week or OMmth. 428-2828. 



42nd ^rert— Yearly, water in- 
cluded. Living rtwm, bedroom, 
bath, kitchen, breakfast room, 
saeened pordi, storage attic, 
two closets. Couple preferred. 
GA 8-1722. 



LONDON BRIDGE ROAD, 220-A 
—2 bedroom Duplex $85, fiim- 
ished, or $70 unfurnished. 428- 
7088. 



Fumi^ed ?nd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apart- 
ments. Short term or y«uiy. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



Ocian ^u^ lAotel Apartm^ts, 
l^llUi , l^et Efficiency 
awrWenta, Ml utffities fur 
n^ed. Alspi 4-rpom apart- 
soei^ aiul fiuulshed rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. Bv 
week or month. 

m^ Sreet — 24)edroom steam- 
tt^A^, Sttilld)^ lo^ 2 couples, 
^nonable. Also 24th St. 1 or 
4^hNtroaD) apzotment for yearly 
tSi^I. Rea»}nable. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-1286. 



25th Street, 2(S — 1 bedroom 
apaitoients. fW yearly. Call 
Jard ReaRy GA fr8666. 



15th Steeet, 700 — Duplex. One 
bediDom. $65 monthly year 
riMUMl rental. Call after 5 p.m. 
4^^629. 



Badielor Apartment. All utilities 
included. Centrally locaited. $75 
yrau- round renlal. GA 8-3680 
or ^5-1947. 

1 14 Hou^ For Ront 

NEW 3 BEDROOM HOME — 2 
birtlis, an* conditioned. Yearly 
rental. Good neighborhood. 
Cooper Realty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 



CMte bedrown, living room, kiteh- 
m^, ^ge clo^t, bath. Com- 
iaj^fc. jt^ntral location. Ren- 
1M ittnuAy $59 month, or win- 
^ season $40. 4284960 and 
<^7827. . 



Riato'AL PROPERTY — North 
ei^. Well furnished 1 bedroom 
apaJitment. Winter $65 per 
month. 

1 Bedroom furaished a^art- 
nient with garage. Yearly 'M5 
per month. f 

Kel^y Realty GA 8-7041 
GA 84524, GA 8-3310 



42nd Sbeet— near Cavalier hotel. 
Bacl«l» i^artment, y e a r 1 >^ . 
Water include!. Gm heat. 
^^reened p(»ch. AvaS^d^ now. 
GA 8-1722. 



re of all kinds upholster^ 
and refinished. FttM i^ivurt^ 
reasonable prices. Autmn<AUe 
sett covers, tois, and heidUa- 
ers AU oistcan n^cto aid flt^ 
I^jfi Upholsteriift Co., IttW 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phoae 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used furniture. 



CLASSIFIED DlSk»UY 



INSTRUCTIONS 



IwrmCfeE— Livlhl room, din- 
ettes, bedroom suit^ nuttans 
and sprinp. New and used. An- 
tlgm Viftt Hl^ bazaar in 



HARWN^SCHCX)L 1 
Of Music 

BrMOTr Hardia. P U xiKo 

313- 35th Str«*t 
Virginia Beach 



ln|hruction In 
Piano, Organ, /U^dr<^n 



APARTMENTS AND HOU^JS— 
famished ot unftimis3ied. All 
price ranges. Cooper Realty, 
504 Laskin Rd. 428-1330. Nights 
4266833. 

500 3rd Street — Soi^ end of 
Mediterranean Ave. ^ice 2 bed- 
room house on Lake Rudee. 
$85 month yearly. Call JU 
74866. 

115 Houses — Furnithod 

NORTH END — Completely fur- 
nished, 3-bedroom house. Eeai 
and water furnished. $135 
monthly. GA 8-7453. 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALf 
122 Apartawnts For Solo 

GATBWOOD PARK — Ifew ^ 
ptexes. Low Maintenaiee. At- 
tractive wooded lots. Prtsaito 
sell quick. 

DeHart Construction Corporatton 
340^11 340-8591 34MW0 

124 Houtot For Sale 

THALIA POINT M)., mO—mose 
for sale. BeauUM comer lot. 
Boating ri^ts. 

DeHart Construction Corporation 
3406311 340^591 3406790 

128 Real Estato W^ntod 



116 Business Places For Rent 

OFFICE SPACE for rent. Lsu^e 
or anall. Heart of Virginia 
Beach borough. Reasonable. 
Doug Seraoms Real Estate. GA 
8-8533 office. GA8^70 Iwme. 



117 iNttntw To Rant 



We need 2, 3 and 4 bedroom 
hom^ and apartmeirts. Two of- 
fices with 4 full tiioe rental 
agents to serve you. Call Mrs. 
Olahat the 

NEW BEACH OFFICE 

4284110, ni^its 428-6413 

LARASAN REALTY eC«P. 



List with your neighbor for per- 
sonal service. We need homes. 
lots, acreage, small farms, du- 
plexes. We take trsrfe-ins, idso 
purchase ec^ties. JU 8-543L 
nights 428-2164. 

Letha Fondren ^y 

WALKER REALTY, INC. 

CUei^ waiting. We need list- 
ings. Two offices with 20 sakti- 
IMn. Member MI^. CaU Roland 
Hyde at our 

NEW BEACH OFFICE 

4284110, nigbte 428-1490 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 



128-A Listings Wanted 



ReiuMs— Actkn— 4Niying or seB- 
Ing. Free valuation. We knqw 
the Beach. List wtth as. dm 
Bill McKixight at our 
NEW BEACH OPTTCE 
4284110, nights 428-7382 
LARASM^ IffiALTY CORP. 

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



/V^RCHANDISE 



CLASSIFIED Dia>UY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto Auction Co. 



FINAFTCIAL 



HOME OWNCRS 

RediK^ Yirar MBi 
One Mondify Paym«t 



AMWST 

$2000 
3000 



!• YKS. 
FBB MO. 

$22.22 
33.32 



15 TBS. 
PBK HO. 

$16.88 
25.32 



Hie lint Old Secoikl 

Mecl^l^ Service 

MA 2-9816 — 24 hoars 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 

GA 8-7421 ANYTIA^ 



PROAVPT HOME FINANCIhK: 
HOME FEDERAL SA VINGS^ 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

TOO SOUSH ■TKEET - NORrOI.K 

•0*4 VIRGINIA aEACH »i.VO. 

AT THOMA* CORNER 



REAL ESTATE 

BAY ISLAND 

TKiewater's Fh^t All 

Waterfront CcHnraunity 

IXnS FOR SALE 

BAY ISLAND 

«BAL ESTATE CO. 
4^4^61 • Niflhti GA 8-9192 



Ask Your Eyo Ptiyrician About 

TMYLOfi'S 

Virsmla BMidh's mAf 

GUILD opnaAN 

1367 Laskin Road, Va. Beach 

icmrd 11. Mf^nwa, 1^. 

GAiitu 8-^21 

BUSINESS SERVICES 



M. M. WALXER 

Roofing-Guttering 

Have Roo/tJ And Guttmd Vkgam 

Beach Fsr The Past 10 Yaan 
I 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



Repairs 

^^mniM^ial 



^usehoM 
Refrigeration 

Laaodrmnali 

DMbn for Wertinthnow 

Ap^iaacM 

W. C. JOHNSON 
322 • I7tt ^rcH 

nume GA 84a71 



MOR SERVICE 



ADAMS B»>S. 
, KUMBING CdRP. 

«wii^ Vii^iya iMch <im» inf 

Plumbing and Heating 
Repair servre and supplies 

ivarm air duct heating 
.Chrysler Air Conditioning 

lHJIMi«T T^an AS BHSmSD 
«m SRRVICE iMUt WE SEU 

41ft.r7t1i Sl " QAi'Gt\ 



1>ERS0RNEL CONSULTANTS, INC. 

"NORFOiaC'S OLDEST' 

4l« LAW BUlLDBfe-147 ORANBY ST. 

3203 VjL J^Kh Bhd. P)Ebcea.AMe Plara Til ?f7ft 

m% Mhsoiric Temple Bli^.— 135 33rd St., Ne«r|Kirt Mews 

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Council Hears 
Plea To Save 

* 

Historic Homes 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Tlie Vitptm Beach Histtwkal Ccwn- 
misskm has asked City Council fw Ae power to mjuire tfie owners 
<rf hutorical Iwinet to k^> their houses in order. 

At its Monday meeting council heard a repwt f rpseitted by 
commission chairman Edwin Kellam and aimed at ttie preservation 
of landmarks which are of his- ' 



toric and architectural signlfi 
cai»%. The report was turned 
Q^T to City Attorney .George Va 
kos for his recommendations. 

The committee asked for pres- 
erwtion of the 17th century 
Wishart, Weblen, Keeling, Fair- 
field, Lovett and Ctmiick houses. 

Eighteenth century structures 
on the commission's list Include 
Host IteU, Pallets, OU Dmfttion 



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Mrs. Rea New 
Grand Chief 
Of Pytliians 



SKHiWND — Mrs. Jeanette 
R«i of Viii^i Betdi tas been 
elewrted t© grand djief of the 
GriB^ 'Mnide Pythkm fiiten of 
Virginia it has been sammtm^ 

Mrs, Rea wi» named to tto po^ 
sition Tuesday at the asnual coo* 
mmikm ■id :M»~^mm 
KnighU of Pyth^ of Vu-0i^a 

Del, B. Sigmon of Rwmoke it 
tlw new , ^nd chancellor of the 
organization. Each group elect^Ml 
one Mw offi<^, and the crthera 
ro^ to the next hi^r rank. 

The lodM elected Harry Gos- 
per «rf f^^rickAurg grand out- 
er gpurd and (he sisters named 
Mrs. Evelyn Stultz of Martinsville 
grand guard. 

Other grand lodge officers are 
Ray Scarborou^, Petsi^rg, 
grand vice chancdior; Herl^it M. 
Dpui^, LynchlHU^. grand pretete; 
E. L. Kin^iy, iRoanoke, graiKl 
master^^t-arms, and Jack Munlen, 
Norfc^, grand inner guard. 

The grand temple's other offi- 
cers are Miss Hai^ Murphy, 
Crewe, graiMl ^ior; Mra. Jam 
Toms, Waynesboro, grind Junior; 
Mrs. Edith Clibome, Blackstone, 
grand manager; imd Mi^ Alira 
Malcolm, Portsmouth, grand pro- 
tector. 



and Ninmio dHirclitt, Cape Men- 
ry Lighttouse, I^mbroke Manor, 
Qreeahilt F<m» and the fcUow- 
is^ ^ntctui^ ki the K«iq»nrUe 
Borough: the jaU, the courOiouse, 
the ^ter Singletdn House and ti^ 
Emmanuel Churdi Rectory. 

Ttie IMh cenUiry s^ctures are 
Whitehead, ^yv^ and Prino^i 
Ani» Courthouse. 

Many of Ae above are privacy 
owned and kep4 in ejcceQ^xt 
^oe by their owners. 

Kellam asked tiiM ^3ie conunis- 
sion, a temporaiy body s^ up to 
study the que^cm of pretnvii^ 
the ^tes, be imdle pei^oieM 
with the pow^ to see 0Mt the his- 
toric dwe^li]^ are properly main- 
tained by t3»ir own^. 

The report also recommeaeted 
that plaques or qiprc^iate nttrk* 
era be put at the sites of the 0^ 
India^ skirmish, the first Ind^ 
village, SwitaCTs Wreck ^ Lyrai- 
haven btot, and other places. 

April % iNwld be desiputed 
H PrinceKi Asm County Found 





This is ^ mmvamrf of 
first landi^ of ixHtute a^^t» at 
OH)e H«iry la 1607. 

The report asked that a rtuuih 
ard projector 9li(te series be 
made, vlsially dej^^ii^ tl^ his- 
tory of the area wi^^a re<»}:ded 
sound track providing Ihe nem< 
tive. The iflide showwcmld be 
available for u^ in the dty't 
schools. 



NEWSPAPER DRIVE 

VtRGINIA BfACH— The eall 
it ouf for oM iMw^i^Mft for 
the hMpltal drive (Ming eon- 
<kieM bf Hw La^ Auxiliary 
for ftw iMw Virginia Beech 
Genenl H^^al. 

Anyone wishing to donefe 
wa nvt/tpvftn may Met Hmri 
to the buiMt^ af tha comer of 
nrrf alreat m^ AHantfc ave- 
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Rev. Hu^es watches new oon^w^n at Princ^ Anne Plaza Baptist Qiurch. 



Cliurch Groups 
Oppose Service 
Station Plans 

PLj^A— Memb^i ot a Baptist mi A fmiipB0sA ,^aatA 
^?peareidl?eiwe -fee City, WcMiing ( MwmUy$K lifffi i ll l if jij|| i il In 

joimly c^Bse siciistructiiM! of a service statkm betweitt' ti^ir 
chMF^H^ Ihe west side of Rosemont Read. 

As ikppIiMtim 1^ AragMia Enterprises, he. s^ks to Imve 
die site reamed from residential suburban to ^neral commercial to 
accommocttite the pit^poimi ita- -: '■ — 



turn. 

I^e Vbeff. Melvin ^igbes of 
Prin<^ Anne "Ptaa Baptist 
Church and John Harris, eld«- of 
Bow Creek Presbyterian clwrdi, 
presented a petHion si^ied by 105 
reside!^ and church m^nbera 
opposite the lotion. 

Rev. Hughes add when his 
chureh bou^ IHm land, Aragona 
EnteriMrtoea aid tte property in 
the area wouM be for r^idential 
developmept. 

He said til? traffic created by 
the ^tion would be a luzard to 
children attending churdi func- 
tions, ^he noise would interrupt 
servi<%s sid the station would de- 
valuate i^ropei^. 

Both diurches are engaged in 



Costumes to Lend Atmosphere at Antique S^bw 




Members of the PriiKets Anne Woman 's Club at Vir^nk Beadi mo<fcl the period a»- 
tumes they will w^r when th$ (M> w^n^ Us Sdi a^wd At^qgrn ^om and ^de Oct. 24-27 
at the Alan B. &e{md Civic Cemis. (>m 3S an^^ ^alMi frm m hi & Ccwi^tkMt and 
Fkmda will cUq^y dKir merchaadm. It n wtimted ftM ptieee^ torn Uk evem will om- 
I^ tte dub's OMfritMaM ol $17,500 bx a cAi^ H te mw 0^»al Uo^aial of V^inia 
B^nA. nctfured rf»iw ue (M to r^): kfri. R. W. IN^^Mit; Mi. M. F. Camp, co^duur- 



man of d» show ukI Mrs. Rkterd L. Coianetai^ eoaluw 



(Balt^vm rhotio) 



iMiildlng progran^ wimrfa Rev. 
Hu^es has estinutted as titfaling 
a hadf-milllon dollars apii^. 

The 21-month-oki Princess 
Anne Plaza Baptist Churdi re- 
cently began con^ru(^n of an 
educational unit to cost sAxmt 
$75,000 alone. It will contain 24 
classrooms, a^mbly rooms, a 
kitdien and office space, made 
necessary by the area's rapidly 
expanding pi^ulation. Rev. 
Hu^es said Sunday School en- 
rollment at the church now totals 
608. 

He said he hoped ti^ new 
building would be comideted by 
January 1. 

Attorney Floyd Kellam, repre- 
senting Aragona Enterprises, said 
a Cities Service station wants to 
locate on the proposed site. 

Rev. Hughes said he felt if one 
new busii»K opened there, othiers 
woiild he likely to follow. 

"It would detract from the en- 
tire community as well as the 
chia^h," he said. 

The Planning Commission's rec- 
ommendation will be sent to City 
Oouncll ait a future meeting. 



Ann Henry In 
Theatre Lead 



VIRGINIA BEACH — CasUng 
has been completed for the next 
Vu-ginia Beach Little Theatre pro- 
duction, "Glass Managerie", it 
was announced this mdming. 

Ann Henry has been cast in the 
ktd role of Amanda in 'the Ten- 
iwssee WiHiams drama to be pre 
Mnted November 21, 22, 23. 29 
and 30 at the Courtyard Ptoy- 
house. 

Others in the cast are, Foy 
a»wj Judy»Bems, and John Haf- 
ling. Tlie play will be directed by 
Larry Williams, who did *'.Palm 
Tree in a Rose C^Hd^i" tor the 
Iit>^ lliei^ lairt. seaacm: 

Sea^n mi Picon's tickets are 
still svailabte ftn* a^ three plaj^ 
"Happy Bklhday" now running at 
at tf» PkyiuNMe, *HSkas Mam- 
ga-ie", uO. "T^ Wdtz of toe 
Tweadwf" to be p^nented Feto- 
nmey 13. 14, 15, 21, and n, ac- 
awBng to Bob Ited, Box Office. 



Wild Goose Is 
Weird Guesjt 



VIRGINIA BEA<:H, V«. — 
Jack Yatos, nMneger of The 
Amaricam it (wfring thai peo> 
pla wHI take a cua fram tlw 
•MHi"! will go where the wild 
geew goes", for hM«, litoraily 
"eiff of tha blue" cam* a wild 
l^aie lait waak. ^r^wonora 
Hanry^ (w Hanriatta), ttit 
^hemt no inclination to 

Tlw Canadian "foatfiarid 
f riwtf", fha wif Yatai figuraw 
H, saw The Amarieana and 
droppad out of #ia "V" wii^ 
ing Muth to t^ a cl^r lo^ 
Tha look daeidad Hwiry (or 
Hanrirtto) that tliara was no 
point in going furthar, ha'd lil» 
to wintor at Hia fix story now 
motor h^ and thara ha is. 

Com or ordinary goose food 
do^'t intiarMt Henry. Ha lifeac 
bread. Don't a^ us to plug the 
kind. Ha tor rfie) w a n d a r s 
around ttia lawn <m tlia o^an- 
front, nins on Hia Hrr^s and 
tlaa|» in Mw servants quartorc 
at night. 

Jack YatM reci^MM tfwt fha 
ri|^ mMing call iprovidad this 
is ttia taMOn) may taka thair 
masMt off to join tha ftock 
goii^ ovr, but to far nothing 
liat proven mora allurfng tlian 
The Amarieana. Mayba Hanry 
goat along with the tong^^ 
"Wild Gooaa, Brothar Goosa, 
which it bast — a wandaring 
soul or a haart aH rest" — . 



Dr. Kalin At 
Penn. Meeting 



prrrSBUROH, Pa. — Dr. How- 
ard D. Kahn, practicing Optome- 
trist in Virginia ^esch, is attend- 
ing the 25th aniKi^ Middle At- 
lantic Congress October 13th - 
TStli at the Penn-Sh«"aton Hotel, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where 
four of the nation's outstanding 
lecturers, phis the director of the 
Optometric Extensiwn Program in 
Denmark, are bringing their lis- 
tening colleagues recent develop- 
ments in ihe field of vision. 

This popular seminar attracts 
Optometrists from several states. 

This year they will hear Dr. 
A. M. Skeffingtan, 'Director of 
Education for tl» Optometric Ex- 
tension Program; Dr. Nathan 
Flax, who is associated with the 
New York Optometric Center; Dr. 
Geor^ Slade, practicing Optome- 
trist from Bamesvilte, Georgia, 
awl author of the book "Modem 
Clinical Optometry"; Dr. Ralph 
Barstow, wOrld renowned author 
aiMl lecfairer on Economics and 
Communications; and Dr. Jorgen 
F. Nielson, Optometrist from 
Copeihagen, Deran^k. 



Rates Explained 



Norfolk Working On 
New Water Contract 

NORFOLK — A proposed water comrKt, presented to Norfolk City Council Tuesday, pro- 
vides uniform increases for residents and non-residents alike in the event Norfolk decides to up itt' 
present water rates. The proposal, as outlined by City Manager Th<Hnas F. Maxwell, was turned over 
to city attorneys who were directed to draw up a contract whereby water w(MiId be supplied to r^i- 
dents of Virginia Beach and Qiesapeake for five years. 
Once the contract is drawn — ; 



is 

incorporating many of the points 
outlined by Norfolk and Chesa- 
peake officials recently — it wiD 
be sent to the joint Virginia, 
Beach-Chesapeake water negotia- 
tion committee for its considera- 
tion. 

The rate to be charged resi- 
dents in the new cities has been 
a main point of contention since 
Norfolk made a new offer on wa- 
ter Oct. 3. 

R was anticipated by many that 
in the event of a rate incr^ise, 
Norfolk would insist that out of 
town residents continue to pay 
double the rate to Norfolk resi- 
dents as in the past. 

Charles B. Cross Jr., chairman 
of 'the joint water negotiating 
committee and derk of the Ch«- 
apeake Circuit Court, contended 
thrt out-of-town residents should 

I.y the water rate now charged 
y Norfolk— 72 cents per 1,000 
gallons, double the rate charged 
Norf olkians — during the con- 
traet's life. 

But Maxwell said in his watar 

raport Tuatday that tha City 

Council legally cannot guaran- 

taa to individual contumars that 

"WWr- ratrtf'wffl m/f'ht^lh^ 



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Tha ttipulation that Norfolk 
would i^raa that any rata in- 
eraaaa would not ba doublad 
for out-of-town customart a|>- 
paart to ba anothar concMtifln 
by Mm city in an affort to raach 
a tattlanwnt of tha IS-month- 



AD EXECS VISIT 

LITTLE CREEK — Approxi- 
nately 25 members of the Nor- 
fdk Newspaper Market Study 
Greup will visit here Friday, Oct. 
18. 

The group is composed of ex- 
ecutives of advertising agencies 
in large Eastern and Midwesteni 
cities. 

During tiieir visit to Little 
Credc, th^ will observe a cast 
and recovery demonstration and 
static disphiy by Underwater De- 
molition Unit Two, and an am- 
phibious assault e valuator presen- 
tation. 

"Hiey will also tour the Norfolk 
Naval Station and the Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel project. 



old wator ditputo. 

Maxwell rMommended to the 
council, which adopted his sug- 
gestions unanimously, that: 

• Norfolk city attorneys pre- 
pare the contract and submit it 
for approval to the councils of 
Che^peake and Virginia Beach. 

• The five-year contract would 
not be approved untU a new bulk 
water contract with the Borough 
of Virginia Beach is signed. This 
contract has been pending for 
more than a year. 

• Both the bulk contract and 
the pact defining over-all water 
supply policies have toe same 
termination date. 

Ch^apeake and Virgtaia Beadi 
for months have b^n talking 



about setting up their own joint 
water supjrty ^stem using bulk 
water bought from Norfolk and 
Portsmouth. 

But engineering surveys pre- 
pared for the two cities showed 
tlwtjsuch a system would be ex- 
tremely costly to set up and opa** 
ate. Estimates ran to well over 
$10 million for the bulk system 
and $27 million if the two ciiim 
established their own sources of 
water supply. 

Under the proposed five-year 
contract, Chesaipeake and Virginia 
Beach residents would continue 
to buy water from Norfolk whfch 
would maintain the lines and bill 
the <»it-of4own customers as has 
been done for years. 



TWO STATES TO DISCUSS 
OCEAN TOLL ROAO SOON 

VIRGINIA BEAO*— Virgmia's Coastal Tum|Hke Authority 
will meet within a m«ith with the three-man North Carblina Toll 

Itowt-Aw^ority^ to d iii rnff *»P'^i'^M^ft W#^ )*«^*ViAflQS^ 
Beach and Nags Head, Sidney«^^ipiiW"«es<*ay. ^ 

Kellam is chauroan of tbe^n^fim aufll wity wiiich also in- 
cludes N o 1 and Chancer and \ — '-• ~ 



School aipt. Frank W. Cox ot 
Virginia Beach. 

Kellam said earlter this week 
Uiat a /new feasibility ^udy was 
already being sougM on the 
(Keanfront route. 

Originally conceived over 15 
years ago, plans for the road have 
remained dormant smce 1^7 
when an attempt to buiW the 
road was snag^ by financing 
difficulties. 

The idea was revitalized S^ur- 
day when Gov. Albertis S. Harri- 
son named Chandter and C<a to 
fill long Ending vacancies on tJ» 
authority and named Kdlam as 
its chairn^an. 

New interest m tlte route haa 
developed with the impending 
opening of the Chesapeake Bay 
Bridge-Tunnel. 

One side effect of such a high- 
way would be to open up a 4:Vi- 
mile i^retoh of ocean front for 
Tidewater recreational use. This 
is the seadiore area of 'the 9,1^ 
acre federally-owned Back Bay 



NatiMal Wtt<Sife Refuge. 

Similar federal oceanfront prop- 
erty elsewhere has been opened 
up to tiie public with re^urante, 
6^»nas, re^ ro<»ns, bathhon%s, ' 
parking areas and other puMic 
conveniences fumiAed for day 
use. This would go a long way to- 
ward waving part of Tidewater's 
serious shortage of recreaWon 
ar^s as puWic beaches grow 
more crowded each year. 

Both the former Princess Anne 
County Board of Supervisors and 
ti» Currituck County Board of 
Commissioners have gone on rec- 
ord opposing establishment of a 
National Park Service installation 
on the adjoining beachfronts of 
Virginia and North Carolina. How- 
ever, in recent weeks several 
menriaers of the present Virginia 
Beach City Council have said pri- 
vately they would favor the open- 
ing up of the Back Bay Refuge 
beachfront for recreational u^ if 
a road could be built to it. 



mo Wants to Get Well? 




This would seem to be the thou^t of the patient getting all the attentfon in this piettu-e. 
The patknt is Arthur Gresham and the scene 'n the Virginia Beach Hc^pital. The ladies we 
volunteers learning the art of bed-making and (Hher simple hospital procedures. From left, Mrs. 
Dudley Cocke, Mrs. Rh^ Adams, Mrs. James R. Hardman, Mrs. L, Floyd Patrick. Mrs. jose^ 
W. Cotten, Mrs. William P. Kellam, Mrs. Paul McEIhaney, Mrs. L. P. Crockrtt and Mrs. Oaia 
Sigmcm .registered nurse. Other members of the Volunteer Nurse's Aid Cla» not shewn are 
Mrs. L. O. Clark, Jr., Mrs. W. A. Dickinson, Mrs. Andre Evans, Mrs. W. E. Hai^on, Mrs. T. R. 
Jarrett, Jr., Mrs. J<An F Marshall, Jr., Mrs. Marjorie J. MitdiKll aiul Mrs. Vwbnica W^pier. 
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WoB^»'s ouvannat ««^ iww® and mottie*^ to beautify *em- 
srivni for their iMistwaii^ their tm^ies <md their bo^es. Members of 
Ac t ma e si Mid ^mtmriOBii ^¥oam*% club»-MK; independent women 
—nad im dwb^ ma«nE^ 4hM 9mf ahouM 4>eeuUfy ttMn^lves. Tt» 
Miner's wife rea^ it a die farm )oumab, and the yoatsg women 
1)^ it, in "feventeen." Ml women rtasd iha$, story in m hcgft <rf 
iii^^dnes daiv^t«d mmi^iy io their readers. 

arrYLiSTS 
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MRS. mOWDER MR. VINCENT 

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Virginia Beacli Residents Win Rose Awards 



BmCHWOOD— Virglnk Beach 
midenls were amoi^ those re 
diviim awards for th0 fc^ and 
afi^ements exMb^ i^ntly 
irt #e "Tidewatera ftose Sofieiy's 
— "ISth Annual Rose Show"' fea- 
turing *The R(ae— Our He+ta^ 
of Beauty" held at the Nisrfolk 
Botannlcal GaideiL 

Jkfrs. 0. B. HuTis, a men^r of 
the Birchwood Gardeh Club was 
Qte winner of a f ed riMKit) for an 
arrangement in the Artistic Di- 
vision, with ^ tooiif "Beauty 

A. l992EtSiOi& QDEISB vV 




Through Simplicity". Her «- 
raflgemeht of three beautiful ros- 
es "Suion Lottha" placed In « 
silver Iwd vase on a three 4^ 
black base was Simplicity stre^ 
ing restraint. This was the fl# 
time Mrs. Harria tad an e^bit 
in any show, just entered ar- 
rangements wMhin her garden 
club. 

The TTialia Jr. Gifden Club of 
Thftiia is the proud pounesaars of 
two awards to their membere at 
the show. Pam Ooff of ThaJla won 
a bhie ribbon for her arran^- 
ment in the "The Bird Waft" 
classification. Elizi^th Bu^vd 
of TlMJia won her airard for Wr 



vaisaais^isiais 







Weddings 

HANICINS-mipU 

NORimK — The marriage of 
M.m Ediut BeUe Hai^ns and 
Ronald Wedey St^ to<A place 
Sunday, October 6 M 2 p.oa. in 
the First Baptist Church, "nw p«i- 
tor, the Itev. %. Irwin MctfWer, 
perfcrmed the ceremony. 

The brkle a a daugMer of Mrs. 
Carl ^^^ of Canebmke, W. 
Va., iiM ^ Me Ifr. Ifonkinf. 
Ilie ^MPtooi is the sen of Mr. 
and 1^. W^ity (^A %A of 
Virginia Beach, and grandson of 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I. Godfrey 
of Korft^. 

The bride iv^'gi^n in mar- 
riage by hCT brother-in4aw, Dan- 
iel ^boU of W^toont, iN. J., Mis. 
Douglas Co^^ie was her s^t^s 
maitron of honor and only atteiHi- 
airt. 

^. S^ieU was best man to Us 
son. 

A reception was held in the 
church rec^tion haU, after which 
the couple l^t on a short -weddii^ 
trip. "Oiey are living at 702 W. 
27to St. 



anan^Mnts in t^ "Land Ho'' 
elasslBtttion. 

In the hofUctitoirri division Mr. 
and! Mrs, W. E. Kyfe of Alanton 
w«» ^ayded three bli^ one 
^iow an4 oqa hoaaralw man- 
Con for their exhibits the Fairy 
Bo;^, the Green Rose, Ebbtide, 
OcWtejj Girl and ftnk PrlnctM, 

Mr. feasil P. Bnnktey of New- 
port Mewj won Uie award for the 
"^st Rwe In TOe Show" with his 
rose "Hawaii''. 

"Second ^t Rd« In Show" 
WM award^ to R. M>efts of 
Newport 'News for his rose "Royd 
Highness." 

Mrs. E. F. Rudiger, Overbrook 
Garden Club won fte '*Tri-Color 
award-*-and Mrs. W. L. Owens, 
RdlaQd Park Garden Club won the 
An»ri<5in Rose Sod^y Aww4, for 
tteu- eidiibits in <the Arti^c Divi- 
sion of the Show. 

Blue riWwn winners In the Ar- 
tistic Divteion were Mrs. R. C. 
Dunago, Late Shore G«tten Club; 
Mra. J. T^fley WiigM, Ih-iftwood 
Gard«» Club; Mrs. L, A. Taylor, 
Ton^ewocNi Garden Qub; Mrs. 
M. 1. iOndwr, Tidewater Rose So- 
cie^jllra. Malcolm H. Todd; and 
Mrs. J. R. Coh«n, Larchmont Gard- 

Jtad^ in the Artistic Diviaon 
wefeiM:^. Gerald J. Pierce, Mrs. E. 
Ha«dd Thonq^n, M», Roy W. 
Keis^ and Mrs. A. L. &*ad, aU of 
mdimond. Mn. C. C. Landfoid, 
Denbigh -^ awl Mrs, V. L. McManus 
of WilliamAurg, "^ginki. 

Judges in the Hortiailtund Di- 
vsion were.* Arthur Barrett aiwi 

C. C. Mon^omery of WaAin|toi, 

D. C; Leslie V. Perry, ArUnpoi; 
Mrs. Jan^is Sommerville, Wils)n; 
Alex Moaby, Lynchburg; Mrs. Lit- 
tleton Mears, Ea^ille; Mis Vena 
Walker, Bayf ord and Miles Bowl6s 
of Wachapr^ue, Vii^nia; idl the 
ipidges in the tbrticulbiral division 
are Amnican Rose Society accred- 
ited judges. 



ENGAGEMENTS 





New Council of Garten QuW offkere are (left to r^t) Mrs. Spencer Lott, Mrs. D. P. 
Mui|rfiy, Mrs. A. H. Culpep^jer, Mrs. Stanley' Howard and Mrs. Quinton Marlow. (Bo«» ttoto) 

MRS. CULPEPPER IS NEW 
HEAD OF GARDEN CLUBS 



VIRGINU ^^CH— Tlie Coun- 
cil of Gai^n Outn <rf Viigtoia 
Beach met m Weto^ay, Oi^ 
ber 9, at 10 ana. in Vn& old cMy 
council cliainliars. T%iz^«x 
mOTAs« ffpt^^irting "Uihty Vk- 
ginia B^idi garden dulM were 
preset. Ito. G. L. Tlbrook in- 
sU^d Mn. A. H. Culpepper m 
t!^ pre^eM of tiie organkation. 
Oth«-s installed were Mrs. Spen- 
cer Lott, vice - president; Mis. 
Quentin E. Marlow, recording sec- 
retary; Mrs. Stanley Howard, cor- 
responding searetary and Mrs. 
D. P. Iftirphy, tressurer. 

The council representatives vot- 
ed to investigate the need and re- 
quirements for future beautifica- 
tion of the D^m Virginia Beach 
HospM. A consnMee vras ap* 
pointed to work vWr the Ladi^' 
Auxiliary and other civic organi- 
zations in this stiKiy. The Council 
also voted to sponsor the Second 
Annual Flower and Garden Show 
to be held in the ConventiDn 
Dome in the early spring, "nie 
dates of the show will be an- 
nounced at a later date. 

Mrs. Culpepper announced that 
Council Yearbooks will be avaS- 
able to the member clubs in the 
near future and that a Speakers 
and Judges List was being com- 
piled for the use of member 
clubs. It was announced that there 
will be a cash award at the end 
of the Council Year to the indi- 
vidual garden club which con- 
ducts the best area litterbug proj- 
ect. 

Mrs. M. J. Schwartz, Therapy 
Clilrnaan, gave a jMreliminary re- 
port on proposed therapeutic pro- 
jects that the garden clubs wifl 
he able to puraie during the iwxt 
few years. A Special Conuniltee 
reported its findings concwning' 
the recent trend to commercialize 
ttie Christmas Season sa early in 
the year. It was decided by Coun- 
cil representatives that the fault 
of thto early connnercMdization of 
Chri^nMB lies not so much with 
the merchants as with the pur- 
chasing demands of the general 
pubUc. 



Mis. Culpepper m^e the fol- 
lowing commMtee appointments: 
^autifitartion, Mrs. Arthur Win- 
der; Civic and Riblic Itelations, 
Mrs. G, L. Tiltawk; Conservation, 
Mrs. Russdl 6. Davis; Club Exten- 
sion, Mrs. C. L. Henshber^er; 
Ftower Show, Mrs. E. F. Blake; 
Horticulhire, Mrs. Curtis Di^; 
Hospitality, Mrs. Willian Unide- 



nuom; UMmteig, lfi». H^ W. 
W)^, it.', MemoeiUiip, lbs. Aih 
drew Ji^u^ra; PuUkMy Mrs. 
John W. flekl, Jr.; Sonpbook, 
Mrs. Mm 1^\ Prt^ram and 
iudi^ M»- qp^u^r UM.', Gar- 
den Thorapy, ISn. U. J. Sc^axte; 
Cha^ain, Mn. William f%^f. 
Afto* the meeUng reft^dunei^ 
vrere served. 



NANCY LYNN HORNE 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Htxne announce die engagement oi 
their daughter, Nancy Lynn Home, to Airman Dwi^t Richard 
Springer, USN. Airman Spritzer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Archie Williamson of Minneapolis, Minnesota. No date has been 
set for the wading. 



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Mrs. Donald Bahlman has re- 
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after spending a week in Sea 
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Mrs. Birsch displays duistmas decxvatiras. 

CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER 
AT THALIA RESIDENCE 



THALIA—It WIS Chri^nas in 
October at the home of Mrs. John 
M. Birsch, on Cedar Lane in 
Thalia, rewntly, when the entire 
first fioOT of wir?. Birsch's home 
was decorated in original Christ- 
mas designs and <tecorations made 
by tlw members of the Cavalier 
Jr. Women's Club, for their an- 
nual pievue of their bazaar. 

Tl« 6tti Annual Bazaar will be 
hdd on Nwember 16th, at the 
B-incess Anne High School. 

AS tltt diA numbers have 
l^n tNi^ since sunmier worUng 
00 Wi iqWCUll ^PMMS (H# 
sisUng of waS hangings, heiith 
(teporations, table ruimers, ceafter- 
pl#oes, place mats, tree skirts, 
candy jais, and decoratisl bask^. 

Ito. W. Alao felpnan, Spoto- 



fall fasliJoii flatfery 

Saddle shoHldered Cardigan, full fashioned wMi gro^ain 
ribbon c^Dwp fte fropt. In D infarct Blue, Nasty O^en, 
Burgundy, C^el. 

ViUa^0f Mif4i $15 U $20 

Flowing A frame in «rft SbeUand wood. Wrap-around 
plaids; both co-ordinated to sweaters. 

Oxford clortl, lottlrf collar, 
Pwk, Burgii^y f^ Navy— 



w(NNi Avenue, l^orfolk; and Mis. 
E. G. Middleton, Jr. also of Nor- 
folk, were iQie originator of &sm 
items and assi^d by fort^^ mem* 
bera will be kept twsy n<^ only 
with tte items for »le «rt Oh 
Novwnber 16th I^Eaajr, Iwit witii 
the many ord^^ t^n at ti» 
prevue. 

TTie cwivw^Uon ^iece was a 
ClHlstmas Tree Skirt, desigoftl as 
a con^ete band with all tin fig- 
ures israpleted covered with 'sis' 
quins and gcdd braid on a whtte 
f^t Jwjkgnnind. Each figure was 
^Q^ipi a different niu- 




long steeve. White, 
to mix or match. 



Blue, 



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Another ^ndid ^m ddit 
nuk^ of T^ Mt, covei^^i^ 
mm vom m«ie of w|Me Wk, 
^iNii tem^ ^Itinly seq^^UMl in 
l^i^ £d eo^^ wwi v^pw- 
fblM oirfe ol peirls ig^ ^i- 

^ers were beautiful feHwall 
bMgiDii wlti) colorful 
tl5^*t&ee Wise Men".' _,, 
donna" and others designed m 
;--..... ...1 '^riirtnus C(^ sjiin- 

:}uins and j«««li. 

felt and burlap were used on 

wall '""^ Christmas tree 

doo. reindeer mantel 

decorHtiuns. feK boots used as 
candy holders or mantel decora- 
tions, snowman candy jars, hearth 
toy bags, decorated basltets to t>e 
used ff^r Titants, sewmg, fniH or 
nut ties, ruffled pin cush- 

ions, ctuiorens aprons sod bibs, 
Christmas c^rd hddeis voA many 
othf 

There were framed ssmplen 
with interesting motifs, popcorn 
trees, and another conversation 

' ■"' ""■ "■ "Candelabra Cen- 

of red felt, ap: 
plied With black sequins aitid 
edged in gold fiinge. 

ft wu i^n«stuig to note (tet 
five of tt^e erigiMhi cr^ml 1^ 
tte luMri^M (atonfs wifl be f^h 
tured in tte BeMr Vbmm ami 
(ki^w i^mim Uea BoA 
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U-ft to right: Mrs. Josephine A. TiHTeirtine, Miss Lyn dall Ross and Mrs. Dwt^hy Franklin. (Photo Craftsmen, Iiw.) 



Sendoff to 
Womeit Of 
Business Group 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Na- 
tional Business Womefl's Week 
received a big kick-off recently 
when the Wotiwn's Division, 
Chamber of Comnwn*, held their 
Women of Achtevement Show »t 
the Norfolk Municipal Area. 

the District VI Booth was 
manned by B&P W Club mem- 
bers Mrs, Josephliw A. Turren- 
tine, Co-Director DiMrict VI; Miss 
Lyndall Ross and Mrs. Dorothy 
FVankhn, 

All Wirough the day «nd eve- 
ning the booth was manned by 
memb^-s of BiiPW Clubs in the 
District, from the Princess Anne 
Chib <rf Virginia Beacdl, Norfolk, 
Tidewater, V i r gj n i a Peninsula, 
Suffolk and FVanklin. Truly a 
Go«J Neighbor Day of B & PW 
Clubs. 

Time out was taken to atteiwi 

the Fall District VI meeting at the 

Chamberlain Hotel. Old Point 

Comfort vdiich was attended by 

m many nierabers of the eleven 

^ Qubs in -the District. 

Dir^Ua Mrs. Pn«Jence Ted^r 
of Frai&llti then led a caJvacade 
of aul^#8eorated i^h the N» 
tlonal Business Women's W^k 
stickere dn front and rear hiimp- 
ers thru the tunnel to the Arena 
to participate in the Show and 
man the bojth. 



GARDEN CLUBBERS 
HOLD WORKSHOP 

AtANTON— The Alanton Gar- 
den Club met Wednesday at the 
home of Mrs. Alexander Ponnan. 
Co-hostesses were Mrs. L. Bl Wal- 
ker and Mrs. John Albro. 

A workshop was conducted by 
Mrs.' John C. Cale with instruc- 
tions in the different techniques 
used in flower arranging. 

Judges were Mrs. Cale, Mrs. 
M. ¥. Camp and Mrs. B. 0. Co- 
iMma. ( 

Blue ribbons for arrangements 
were awarded to Mrs. C- W. Jer- 
nigan. Mrs. A. E. Branch, Mrs. 
W. R, Johnston, Mrs. Cale and 
Mrs. Henry Folk. Eed ribbon win- 
i«rs were Mrs Johnston, Mrs. 
J. M. Wood, Mrs. Donnan, Mrs. 
Folk and Mrs. Wayne Daring. 

Horticulture awards were pre- 
sented to Mrs. Donnan, Mrs. 
Wood, and Mrs, Folk. 

PLAZA GARDEPRS 
MEET OCTOBER 23ril 

The next meeting of the Prin- 
cess Anne Pla^a Garden Club wiU 
be held at the Bo-w Creek Coun- 
tiyClub at 7:30 p.m. October 23. 

Guest speakers at the Seot. 
25th meeting were Mr. Yon of the 
Plaza Volunteer Fire Department 
who spoke on the progress of the 
Volunteer Fire Department in ttie 
Plaza. • • 

Mr. Robert Wray spoke on 
trees and shrubs, after which he 
concluded with tf question and 
answer session. 

Ribbons were awarded as fol- 
]ms: Blue, Mrs. Sam Tablese; 
Red. Mrs. Cool Delo; and Yellow, 
Mn. Russel Crirt. 



The 'Y* af It 




6u^ wrfNr Ms w«*k— Mr*. 
V. L. Ev*r«H, KMnptvllto Council. 

Thureday, Oct. 17, «:aO ajn.— 
Third Ladies Day Out Claaes, 
Va. B«ich Methodist Olnircta; 
ll:Oa ajn.— 'Fourth Golf ,Chm, 
Stumpy Lake; 7:00 p.in.— Fifth 
Dog. Obedience Training Cla^. 

Friday, Oct. 18, l6:00 a.m.— 
Fourth Bowling Class, Rin^di 
Plaza; Fourth Golf Class, High- 
land Links; 10:»0 a;m.— WorW 
Fellowship Worktop, Richmond, 
Va. Y.W.C.A.; 8:00 p.m.— Fifth 
Ballroom Dance Class, American 
Legion Hall. 

Monday, Oct. 21, 10:00 ^Jft.— 
Thii^ Ladies Swimming Cbffles, 
Cavalier Pool; 11:00 a.m.— »ittd- 
ing Committee Meeting, Y.W.C-A. 
Office, 303 30th Street, Virginia 
Beach; 3:00 p^.— Third Chil- 
dren:! Swimming Classy, Cava- 
lier Pool; 8:00 p,m.-#ifth Eve- 
ning Co-ed Classes, Firet Presby- 
terian Otaireh. 

Tueslay. 6ct. 22, 9:30 a.m.— 
Fourth Ladies Day Out Classes, 
]^^]sviUe itomisl ^Mse^al 
Church. 

Wednesday, Od. 23, fl:90 a.m. 
— ^Fifth Ladies Day Out Classes, 
Bayside Christian- Church; 7:30 
and 8:30 p.m.— Ladies Swimming 
Classes and Synchronized Swim- 
ming for Ladies 12 years and 
over, Cavalier P(K)1. 

About one hundred ladies have 
been getting together for a day 
out ithe^ last two Tuesdays. I'm 
speaking of the Kempsville area 
Ladies Day Out Series. 
^ We meet at Emanuel Episcopal 
Church fcff instruction guest 
speakers, and delicious lunches. 
We are just four weeks away 
from achievement day, but al- 
ready our projects are well unda* 
way. 

Mrs. Virginia Allen's class is 
making beautiful sweaters and I 
suspect many will be Christmas 
gifts. 

Down the hall, the teidge cIj^ 
is quietly concentrating. That in 
itself is an unusual fete for ladies. 

Last week there were sweet 
peas all over. All over 'the cakes 
that were ibeing decorated that is. 
Husbands of these girls never 
mind her "day out." 

The partially finished millinery 
is beautiful. They /are working 
with feathers, and luxurious fab- 
rics ttiis year. 

There has been no report from 
the 'bowling class but if you see 
a gay group iM*laza Bowl each 
Fridav morning you can bet its 
the Y.W.C.A. 

R's too late to join us for this 
session but be thinking about it 
for the spring. Watch the Y col- 
umn for dates and take advantage 
of iJl the Y.WC.A, offers. 



HUNT GARDENERS 
HEAR MRS. HeCLEAN 

The Hum Coastry <kr(ten Club 
of Carolanne Farms nwt Octd>er 
9, at the home of Mrs. J. E. John- 
«)n. 

Ifrs. C. R. McLean wim speaker 

fcff ihe evening and her topic was 
Japanese Arringemei^. 

Jud^ Irwn Tanglewood Gar- 
den Chito awarded nine blue rib- 
bons for sinunetrical anwige- 
ments. 

Mra. R. A. Lupton received a 
tri-color award. 

Plans for a Chri^mas tree 
woi^q> and torkey raffle were 
a|^ro^«d toy tl» Clob. 

Mrs. W. P. SmitJi, thew^y 
clmirman, asks that membera dig 
up and ixxt their oiMdoor plante 
for distribution to the ai«a nurs- 
hif homes. 

BARNES SPEAKER 
FOR CLUB MEET 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The Cava- 
lier Garden Club will hold its sec- 
<^d meeting of the year at the 
PriiK:e^ Anne Country Club Wed- 
nesday at noon. 

After luncheon, Mr. O. Barnes, 
Assistant Superintendent of Parks 
for the City of Norfolk, will speak 
on "How to Grow and Groom 
Plant Material For Exhibition." 

Mrs. L. O. Clark, Jr., president, 
will preside. 



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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 

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4IW PMlfle AwfH* VIrppw B«aeh, Virginia 



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WfOMALLY SPiAWNG 



Work vs. Cookies 



Is it true that PTA groups trouble them- 
selves with trivia, that they work over 
everything except what can be done to 
make schools better, that parents and 
leadiers avoid ea<^ other at the meetings, 
arid that parents do not get anything and 
cfo not give anything but cookies? 

That's what a psychiatrist who is also a 
PTA memb^ said In a panel discussion 
at the l(X)th anniversary oslebration of 
Hie Kansas State Teadiers Association the 
other day. 

There are PTAs so busy with parliamen- 
tary procedure, board meetings, commit- 
tee reports, plans for Fun Night, and des- 
perate searches for speakers, that they 
somehow never get around to attempt- 
ing to help give diildren a sound educa- 
ton. 

"We must emphasize that our schools 



are a joint proposition," the psycNatrist 
said. "Why shouldn't parents take over the 
school lunch hour supervision and help 
supervise in the library and during play- 
ground periods? I urge that we find a way 
for parents to give at least five hours a 
year to the school system." 

If parents did as he suggests, it would 
not only "free" teachers for more academic 
pursuits, but iVwould give eadi parents a 
sense of involvement in the schools that 
should result in heightened interest and in- 
creased efforts to improve them. 

This is not to say that there are not 
many devoted arKi tireless PTA members 
and officers. But there are also many bored 
and ineffectual members who would like 
nothing better than to feel with reason 
that they were doing something really 
useful through their organization. 




KiWANis. MHY mmi 

THRILLS m KWI 



Pictured during a Kiwanis qxiawred children's ouliii| to OxMia Nawl Air ^^km un 
(left t ori^t): Lt. j.g. Joseph GaUeps; Mrs. Joseph J, WUkm, troop wjwultant; Tttn Fol^, 
chairman, Kiwanis Boys and Girls ^tjgram; IX J.|.' Gerald JM^^jsonf Mrs. Ralph N. Whitater, 
Girl Scout District chairman; J. I. Oatts, Boys and Girls committee member. Oiildren in ftwc- 
ground belong to local scout troc^. (Navj Hioto) 



BASKIN' IN THE SUN 



By GORDON BASKIN 



Paving The Way 



Stimulation of this nation's export trade 
is a major national goal, shared by both of 
the political parties and by representative 
American industry. It would be desirable at 
any time; it becomes critically important in 
the light of our unfavorable international 
balance of payments situation, which has 
been characterized by a 'severe and po- 
tentially critical decline In our gold reserves. 

Big concerns with an Interest in fweign 
markets develop elabDrate internal organi- 
zations staffed with experts, to perform 
flieir often-oamplicated administrative and 
sales functions. Smaller concerns haven't 
the resources to do this. But the way is 
open for them, too. As an outstanding ex- 
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finding new ones, and in handling ship; 
men's with a minimum of trouble to con- 
signor and consignee. An unprecedentedly 
simple bill-of-lading aid is a key to it. REA 
Express representatives, found the world 
around, provide all manner of valuable 
services. 

Trade follows when a rocky road is 
paved and problems, which might appear 
next to insuperable to a relatively small 
company if it had to deal with them with- 
out outside aid, are eliminated. That is the 
REA Express' intention and achievement. 
h is another constri^cfive exarriple of rion- 
political initiative and enterprise. 




OCEANA (aNAS) — Four hun- 
dred and ten lucky youngsters 
took a close look at some of the 
Navy'5 newest jet fighters recent- 
ly as guests of the Navy and tbe 
Virginia Beach Kiwanis Club. 

This is the second year thM 
Tom FoUary. chairman of the Ki- 
wanis Boys and Girls program 
has arranged such a tour with 
the help of M. jg. Gerald Jacob- 
son, puiblic information officer at 
the Oceana Naval Air Statipn. 

The children included aevenl 
groups from local scout troops 
4nd Campfire Girls $nd ^ ^3um 
were used to take them trom m 



Alan B. Shepard Civic Center to 
the air n^''^'"^" 

Durim : the group saw 

ro^vi' >iKii and toured ^e 

The foJiowing wiidjt tt)« |ii- 
waniii f'liih arranijed ansther chil- 
dren s Lime sponsor- 
ing a tfig tor an boys and glrlf to 
Ute Wftjitftlrod Farm in M.-}vook, 
N. ( 

Thi fun. 

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Country Day Honor Roll Is Listed 



I have a friend who tells me from time^o time that I shouldn't 
talk about ray age in this colurnn. She allcms as how my a^ is 
nobody's busings, and that furthennore it calls attention to a tire- 
some fK:t oiliie; that we all ain't eettin' any youn^r. I supp<»e a 
psychologist could write diree million wonk abcHit 
why I talk about ray age. He would explain k all 
in terms of my hidden m(^ves and inner com- 
pulsions and so on and so <m. This should come 
as no shock to anyone who reads, the newspapers, 
since psychologists have beep known to write three 
million words ^xmt ^tf^il^! 

Nowadays it is c»miwred very bad form just 
to have an opinion about anytiiing unless ytni 
make an attemj>t to explain it away in psycholc^- 
cal terms. I have just about reached die con- 
clusion that most people know just barely enough 
about psycholc^ to be v&cy dan^rous. Hesk — a 
man csm't even hate anyone any more witii a fine hatred. He has 
to h^ <m account of he hated his Father because his Father 
woul(bi't give him two pieces of chocolate cake cm his seoMKi birtt- 
day — or some such far-fetched iKMisense. 

Mercy! Everything we do today is obscured by our tei^ncy 
to explain everything to death. I dunno about you, but I think it is 
a carry-over from how modem man solves his problems. He doesn't 
reaQy solve theoij hie forms a committee and talks about them until 
everyoite is sli^tly sick at his stcsnach. 

The heck with it! I didn't want to talk about this anyhow. 
What I started to say was that I was forty-four last Sunday. I was 
feeling very good about it, too. My son, wh<»e birthday was die 
next ^y, was unwrapping his presents while I watched him. He's 
eleven. I sat there in a sort of rt»y glow as he examined tfie Idot — 
when it came to me with the force of an atomic explosbn that I 
was FOUR TIMES AS OLD AS HE WAS! 

* This kind of nerve-shattermg experience shouldn't h&ppcn to 
anyone at 6:30 in the morning like it did to me. Even if it nap^ns 
at a more agreeable time of the (Jay, y«i should be in excellent 

{Aysical coi^iticm when the bk^w falls. 

My Mother iwver uttered a word umil she'd had her <^^^^^\inexnbeT 
I'm ©)nna go her one better. I'm not going to even talk at 6:30 a.m 
aboift anything, and NEVER ON MONDAY! 



Holland Tells 
Lions Of 
New Roads 



VBCINIA BEACH — Couivtry 
Day School for Girls has an- 
ntwi^sd ^e toior ndl for ^e 
ixA gradii^ perkil. 

H^ faoo<n' stoitents included 

Garden Club 

Award To 

Mrs. Herman White 

LYNNHAV04 — The Octo- 
ber meeting of the Cape Henry- 
by-dJc-Sea Garden Club was 
l^ld.at the home of Mrs. C L. 
A^iss on Bobolink Drive, Bird- 
neck Point, CM Monday at 1 1 :30 
a.m. Mrs. D. J. Dee, Sr , presi- 
dent, presicfed. 

The meeting was opened with 
the Garden Prayer by Mrs, 
Charles L. Hunter. 

Jl. was announced that Mrs. 
C. L. Ackiss^ Mrs. Pauline Bat- 
tley and Mrs. Herman White will 
represent the Club at the Tide- 
water District Virginia Federa- 
tion of Garden Clubs Fall meet- 
ing today at the Chamberiain 
Hotel, Old Point Comfort. 

Mrs. White will receive a life 
mcnjbership in tfie Vjreinia Fed- 
eration of Garden Q&bs. TTiis 
Itoaor is given to her by this 
Oib fw her outrtanding work. 

The Ways and Means Chair- 
man, Mrs. Watson, announced 
the Pansies and Daisies wUl be 
dSivered Monday, Tuesday, and 
Wedtaesday. The owney from 
tiiis prc^Kt will be us»i fm the 
(M^nts at Eastern State Hcw- 
jHtol, Williamsburg. 

After the business meeting, 
Mrs. Ackiss served a delicious 
luncheon witti a ^etoe of "Hallo- 
%mm Su^riie". Un. Dee served 
m c»f4iMt^ 

After the meeting, Mrs. THe 
c«idu«*ed a judging session, 
n^am constmctiy; criticiiin (4 
^ amngetnents and t^oitici^- 
ture. 

Blue t'Atoon wnnen tor ar- 
rangements were Mrs Bittley, 
Mrs. Acki«, Mn. Nordlinger, 
Mrs. Standing and Mrs. H. 
vi/k;k. was awvnfed a red Hb- 

Uluc ribt^os for |i<K^lture 

.vcre won ^ Mrs J. Vatsqn, 

Whto. ^. A<^W, a^ 

—ll. '"' "* .'*,•'• 

emter mectmg wiU be 
of Mn. M. W, 



Heath Aldridge and Talbot Jor- 
dan, 8fli p"ade; Dink Brown, 9th; 

Betsy Partaer and iFontaine S^^er, 
11th; and Dale Anna Dean and 
liza Sills, t2th. 

Honor irtudents were Meg Cald- 
well, Mitty Jordan, and Charlotte 
Syer, 6th grade; Drew Brown, 
Helen iHaiM:od[ and Kathleen 
Murray, 7th; Jacquelyn Hill, Sal- 



lie Hubard, Susan Larauture, 
Dana Masterson, Karen Otten- 
stein, Suzanne Shulman, Susan 
Snodgrass and Sarah Stacey, Wh; 
Betsy Bowen, Betsy Coward, May- 
nor Rl»a Etheridge and Pinky 
Walkley, &th; Courtney Baskin, 
Esther Beasley, Debbie Hall, 
Baird Hunter, Nancy Stras^rg 
and Koky Woolhng, 10th; and 
Cathy Dean, 11th. 




GRU) FANS CRITICAL 
OF KELUM-Vt GAME 



Richani S. Holland 

VIROINIA BEACH-'Rlchard S. 
Holland, Suffolk District Commis- 
sioner of the Virginia State High- 
way Dept., was guest speaker at 
the regular meeting of the Vir- 
ginia Seach jLions Club Monday 
night. 





Anoy Training 
At yttle Creel( 

LITTLE CREEK — A warm 
welccM^ awaited some 2,0W) 
Amy tr(K>ps of the 2nd Infantry 
Division fro:n Fort Bcnning, G^., 
as they' arrived at the Little 
Creek Am^jbious Base Tuesday 
to begin two weeks of amphi- 
bious training. 

Under the direction of Rear 
Admiral James C. Dempsey, 
Commander Amphibious Trails 
ing Command, U.S. Atlantic 
Fleet, the troops will g^ exten- 
sive training in amphibious war- 
ware which will include a week 
of ashore training in such areas 
as^net embarkation, vehicle vra- 
terproofing, and equipment stor- 
age. Ihe second week will be 
devoted to ^quaint the Army 
troops with shifrfjoard life and 
the embarkation and debarkation 
procedures for an amphibious as- 
sault. 

In his welcoming remarks. 
Rear Admkal Dempsey said that 
this training would be h^ly 
valuable to the unit, as ftey 
might som«lay be called to par- 
ticipate in an amphibious assauk 
during a crisis. 

The ^^iflUig; which h^s been 
made as realistic as possible, will 
be culminated Friday, October 
n with a landing exercise by the 
2nd Division cm the shores of 
Camp Pendleton, Va, 

The SwMnd Division units 
l^senUy participating in this 
training are: the 1st Battalion, 
3^th Wantry. 1st Battalion, 45th 
Artillery, and individuar com- 
mies ftom the Ut Battalion, 
72iuf' Armor, 2rfd Ehgiheer Bai- 
talwn. 2nd Sup^ ^d Trans- 
port Battalion, 2hff Medk^ Baft- 
702ad l^t^muce bnU 
awi tiw 264tt Terminal 
V0a^^ Crmn Fort 
Stoiy, Viif^iai 



funerals 

MRS. ADA ROUNTREE 

VIRjQlNIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Ada ElizabeA Horton Rountn^, 
86, fcitiicriy d Suffolk, died 
Sunday ni^t in the home of 
her damhm, Mr. W. C. Hol- 
ler of 738 Pine Tree Drive. 

She was a native of l^anse- 
mond County, a daughter of 
David and Mrs. Sarah Russell 
Horton and wi<k>w of Charles 
William Rountree. She was a 
member of Thalia Lynn Baptist 
Church. 

Survivors are another daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Kathryn R. Looney of 
Norfol|c; three sons, TUn^y 0. 
Rountr^ of Richmond, David V. 
Rountree of Richmond, David 
and Willie H. Rountree of Whal- 
eyville; a brother, Walter Hor- 
ton of Whaleyville; 1 1 grandchil- 
dren and e^t great-grand- 
children. 

A funeral service was c<^- 
ducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in 
Hill Funeral Home. Suffolk, by 
the Rev. C. Bailey Jones of Suf- 
folk aiul the Rev. E. Irvin Mo- 
shier of Norfolk. Burial was in 
Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suffolk. 
The family will be at the home 
of Willie H. Rountree in Whaley- 
ville. 



MICHAEL E. LEMASTIIP 

VIRGINIA B^CH — Mi- 
chael Edward I^raaster, twp-diy- 
old son of Edward H. and Mrs. 
Carol J. Lemaster q< Davisville 
Trailer Village, died in a h<»- 
pital Sunday. 

BesMei his pai^nti, he is sur- 
vived By" a sister ,. Angelia M. 
Lemaster. I||0 f brtth^r, Anr 
thoriy Wavto iLemaster, botfi of 
Virginia Beac^. 

The body was taken from 
Si»iete Fumral Heme to Prin- 
cess Anne Memorial Park for a 
fuMral s^Fvk^ Wi^daesctey at 
10 a-m. 



Beach Girls 
Pledged at UNC 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — 
Martha Ann Reed, daughter ot 
Judge and Mrs. J. Davis Reed, 
Jr. of Grlat Neck Pwnt, and 
Anita Strickland, daughter of 107 
Bhiebird Drive, were receirtly 
pledged in to The Alpha Sigma 
Chapter of Delta X>e\tz Etelta at 
the University of North Carolina. 



ol Women Voters 

VIRGINIA BEACH — the 
Vuiitiia Beach Unit of the 
League erf Women Voters will 
discuss Foreign Economic Policy 
on Tuesday, October 22, at 
10 a.m. at the Eastern S^ore 
CSiapel. 



«nfMi)W« MUKWi iMci i>ONfir 




SAVINGS 
ONDS 



fommmmm 



H<diand, himself a charter 
of the Norfolk Lions 
Club, addressed a noar-capactty 
crowd at the Black Angus Res- 
taurant. 



His talk dealt with the impend- 
ing consti^Uon of major ^affic 
arteries in the Virginia Beach area 
including Independence Blvd., a 
four-lane rotate tp CQiuwct Vir- 
ginia Beacli Borough with Priih 
cess Anne Courthouse, the coastal 
toll road whkh would connect 
with Nags Head, N. C. and the 
Virginia Beach-Norfoft tdl r(Kid. 

Holland said he anticipated no 
delay in the latter, describing 
I^ans for its construction aa "on- 
schedule." 



Heart Fund Helped 




Oi^)ber 12, 1963 
Editor, Si^Newi: 

Dear Sir, 

Last Friday nWits football 
pane between Kclfim and Vk- 
ginia Beach h^ schools certain- 
^ did noting to uphold the 
standards of fair play and good 
sportsman^ip. 

It was evident from the open- 
ing play No. 32 and 21 were 
iK)t only told to "rough up" tfie 
quarterback at every opportunity, 
but that was th^ir sole mission 
in the game.. ' » 

If Mr. I^artf and Mr. Tepo 
have nothing better to do than 
teach these kq» siah standards 
of sportsman*ip, then we cer- 
tainly need to take inventory and 
f uid ou^ v^y high school fo<«t>all 
is played. Pertiaps, it is "win at 
any price," is that what wt want 
as |»rents? 

I make ik> claim to being a 
qualified official, but I do know 
that participants atnaoi "^ab" 
a face mask, that the offensive 
team canned "loop the elbow" 
up and over, that pilii» on after 
the whistle, are all violatkms — 
these are but a few of the viola- 
tions not called by the olficiids 
but were evident to me as wdll 
as a good many others. 

A week ago we saw two good 
football t^ms, James filair and 
Viiginia Beach, play a "whale" 
of a ball pme. Suie it wzs hard 
clean football. These were two 
penalties called; (1) 5 Yards for 
off side or illegal procedure; (2) 
15 Yards for clipping. These 
were two well o(^cbed teams, a 
credit to any high school "win 
or lose". 

It certainly is no credit to any 
school and is an insult to oar 
intelligence to permit hi^ school 
sports to be allowed to sink to 
the standa^ as people stressed 
in the Kellam-Virgmia Beach 
Hirii fooilmll game. 

What ever happened to the 
real issue — ^It b not whether ytm 
win-or lose, but how you piay 
dw game. 
Very truly yours, 
James W. Batdieler 

Editor, SuH'News! 

Dear Sir, 

Last night I witnessed what 
was supposed to have been a 
football game between Virginia 
Peach High &:hool and Kcllam 
High School. It was obvious 
from .the first tirne Vii^inia 
Beach received the ball on of- 
fense that the Kellam focrtball 
team had been instructed by their 
cdaching staff to do everything 
they could tto get the Virginia 
Beach quarterback out ot tiie 
game. 

After ten minutes of the ball 
game the Virginia Beach quar- 
terback had taken all of tfic 
punishment that he could from 
being roughed up, and he came 
up swinguK atw was ejected 
frwn the football game. This 
was the only way the boy knew 
how to iMotect himself, as the 
officials had jwt called a perscmal 
foul on KeUam M this timCi,,It 
was evident to evei^one in the 



Tom Strange, pro m. the j|ow Creek Golf and Country Ciub, is shewn bawling a check to 
Wifliam C^mfb0, Heart FuimJ c^ni^m ^mmm, r^^f^^iqg pn>«0» ft'W the T<wi Fer- 
gu»MQ Memonal goH tsmaUti^ ffiU tevenl weeks ago at &>w dt^. 



sta^s what was going on. 

Last week Vii^inia Beach 
played a very finfe team, the 
James Blair of WiUiamsburg, and 
there was not a penalty oUIed 
until the fourtii period, this being 
jin, l^ide penalty. This should 
itkikite the type trf football Vir- 
ginia Beach aspin^ to play. 

If ant children are to be in^ 
structed not to play iSie game! 
by rules c^ fair {day and good 
sportsmanship, it is hi^ time 
thart an arcms^ public should do 
s<xnething about it. I not only 
think tiiat die c<mchii^ staff of 
KeUam should be reprimanded 
but A(mld be instruct»i by our 
scdiool offtcuds that if this {Ht^ 
tice continues that they should 
discontinue athletics at Kellam 
High. The c^ire to win Is fine, 
and as it shtxtld be, only vA\&a. 
tile game is played by the rules 
and good sportsmanship. Two 
parties are respcmsible for thw 

situation last qi^. First, I 
would say fh^ it is the^c^hinf 
staff of Kellam Hi^ and, ^<m(§ 
ly, a very poor job done i>y thi 
officials. 

This is the flrst time that I 
have ever written a letter such 
as this but I do feel that it should 
be brought to the attention c4 
the pro|»r partws. I might add 
that I do not know the coaching 
staff c»i either side personally. 

P. S. Co<*, 

Bird Neck Pt., Va. Beach 



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ciaQon Con^missioper |b)^ Wc3^ 
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wiH cM^ct d^ct fast and ^ow 
pitch tEmnujpei^ next Summer 
aj»i the teams thft qual^ will 
adwuice to Btate {dayoffs in Aug- 
ust. 

Wdfe a]ao announced <iui^ Jul- 
ian L. (Mac) KcfGlnty has been 
ap|M»»ted noTkHk Military Soft- 
baU Commis^oim' for tiw balance 
of 1963. He will be named <tie 
1M4 commissioD^ officiary after 
the fir^ of tiie year. 

lfc£iinty, 38, afttiletic dn«ctor of 
&» V. S. iNavM Station in Nor- 
folk, succeeds U.-Ckd. Richard H. 
pick) Kern, who, with additional 
re6p<n^bi]ltie« sdieduled in ihe 
near future, resigned recenOy. 
Colonel Kern dh^i^ed fost and 
dow fritdi fnOitaiy touma^ments 
at Norfolk the pa^ three yem^. 
MdGinty will condud his fast 
pitch toumament on June iM-25- 
26, 1964, and bis slow pttdh event 
on August 15 at iMcConnick 
fieid. The teams that qualify will 
advance to State {dayoffs next 
August 

"Colonel Kern has filled an im- 
portant role in Virginia ASA tiie 
past ttiree years," said Wolfe. "He 
I^ovided excellei^ leadei^p and 
teams tlMit qualified from his 
tournaments w^% a credit to the 
U. S. Armed Forces in our major 
^^ events. He coc^rated 100 
pjBFMnt with the mi6 Softball 
dffi^." 

A Softball meetiBg, "«*ich will 
be open to Tidewater Recreation 
Department officials, District 
S(^all Cpmmissionera in Nor- 
folk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, 
aifi^dk and Virginia Beach, man- 
ages, playCTs <men and women) 
and umpires, is scheduled at 1:30 
P.M. Sunday, Octobo- 27. 

Ibe session wiU be heid at the 
Coca-Cola plant in Portanouth, 
with John S. <Buck) Campb^ Jr., 
director of ^ Portsmouth fiecre- 
ation Depwiment, presiding. 

WoU^ wA speak on "How to 
Ke«p JWit Btdi Softt>all Alive." 
He tdso wifl discuss district, Stj^, 
r^ma «}d wco'ld fast and dow 
pitch touroaments, which come 
under the Jurisdiction of the Am- 
ateur Softball Assodatiott of 
America. 

Vli-Sma, with 38 tournaments, 
conducted the most divereified 
softbaH program in the world this 
year. In addition to the standard 
12-indi Softball, special tourna- 
ments were held in which tlw 14- 
ipch ou^am aikl 16-inch flatsesun 
soM^c^ if^ used. 

FOOTfALL SCHEDULE 

All 6mm PlayMl Saturday 
IM^RMEDIATES 
^fMTMS at 6 p.m. 
Aragona af Kempsville 

Tl^aljfa il pceana 
Gae^wfAK at Woodstock 

Haza at Shelton Park 
JUNIORS 
AN GamM at 8 p.m. 

■^OQdjifpek vs. Courthouse 

Woodstock 
Di^nond Springs vs. Plaza 

Shelton Park 
Greenwich vs. Aragona at Kemps- 

viBe 

MIDGETS 

The 6 and 8 - man Midget 
Leagues will not play this Satur- 
day because of the Oy^r Bowl 
game in Norfolk. Their schedule 
will resume next week. 






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Seatapk PlaygrQund 
Busy Area 



Contests and tournaments high- 
li^rted this pi^ w^k's activities 
at Seatack playground with differ- 
ed age grmif» being offered sep- 
arate games and <;%(Hn|>etitive sit- 
uatioi^. 

Si^ seventh, aiul ei^vth 
grade gir^ paiticipated in a two- 
^ vdleybiadl contest and out- 
standing players were: Gloria Hil- 
liard, Gksia Macer, Linda J(dm- 
aon, Jeae Woodhouse, Janice Ma- 
cer, Carolyn Campbell, Evelyn 
f%ret>ee, Hest^ Chestham, <hne- 
dia Wilson, Mary Harrington, Gail 
Mos^, Tlwresa Diggs. Theft same 
girls were also involved in contin- 
uous i^ in another popular net 
game — ^paddle tennis. 

For primary children four- 
square contests crowned Robin 
I^to'inton, a fir^ grader, the 
champion. The passing - lor - dis- 
tan<» ojHtest (for boys) was di- 
vided into three age categories 
with Ervin Hoggany <mi(^); 
Jerry Walker (junior) and James 
!^aw (senior) declared cham- 
pions. 

football practice for the ath- 
letic leagues continues as a daily 
part of the program and tiie mid- 
get team has developed into a de- 
fensive unit unit for only 6 points 
ha\^ been scored on them in four 
Saturdays. Rounding owt tiie 
weejjs activities is play in a "pick- 
up" league of half-court basket- 
baH with Tom Johnson, CozeUe 
and Arthiur Woodhouse leading 
the teams. 

Directors Mrs. Charlene Co(^er 
and Mr. Waverly Williams have 
scheduled future contests in foul 
shootii^, punting and handball to 
feature the coming weeks. 

Elsewhere on the playground 
there were threp football games. 



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At Pen*roke flie Colts lost to «ie 
Dragons 1*0, and the VUdxp 
Ued die CSiu^ers 14-14. In m 
intra-playground game the King's 
Grant Liora b^ Thoroughgood 
22-0 for their fourth victory. 

ATHLETIC LEAGUE STANDING 



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Raiders 


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Rams 


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Mariners 


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Chargers 


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Rebels 


2 


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Blue Devils 


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Plaza 





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Aragona Midgvt 


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Cavaliers 


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Cobras 


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Packers 


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CoKs 





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KempsvMle 


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B^lan FooHmII 

The Pttntfaers edg»I the Rebels 
7-6 to gain undisputed fir^ place 
in the Virginia i^di 8-man foot- 
ball league. 

Geoige Fulcher cracked over 
from the three for the Panthers 
only touchdown. Ben Sessum add- 
^ the 9^ important pioint after 
for Q» wiiming margin. Mike 
OBrien was a stamioui for the 
Panthers throughout the iuutl 
fought contest. 

Ed Lochttian and Mike Triptow 
vfere handouts for the game R^ 
dis who had the ball on the Pan- 
ther four yard line when tite 
^tme en<ted. 

Bdbhy Wareing and Jim Doolin 
led the Blue Devils to an 18-7 
vi<^ry over the Plaza. K was the 
fir^ win of the season for the 
Blue Devils! 

S^Ami Standing 

W L 

Pantiiers 3 

Rebels 2 1 

C3iargers 2 1 

Blue Devils 1 3 

Plaaa 4 

Scoring TD EP T 

O'Brien, Panthers 6 3^ 

Wareing, Blue Devib 5 32 

CShaplain, Chargers 4 5 29 

PulchCT, PantlKrs 4 3 27 

Wafcolt, Chargers 4 24 



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RAMS WIN 

Pete Thomas Ifed a pow^*»l 
Ran offense to 27 first 1^ 
points and a 33-12 romp past the 
winless Chargers m the Virginia 
Beadi Youth Midget 6-raan foot- 
ball league. 

Thi»nas crossed the Ch^^r 
goal on runs of 7, 3, and 48 3^*^- 
Gary BrowiUey sparked a stroi« 
Ram <tefeni» thi* limited ^ 
Chai^eiB to two scores. 
MARINER ROUT 

•Rve Mariners gained <heir sec- 
ond victery of the Mid^t League 
canpaign with a 47-6 rout of the 
hapless Knights. Halfback Tonuny 
Engki led the Mariner sccwing 
jMffade witii four touchdowM. 
Scoring on runs of 64, 9, 42. & 46. 
Engl^ was also a defensive 
standout, intCTcepting three 
KnigM aerials. 

Jeff Hanft tallied twice for the 
winners, who ateo received 'fine 
efforts from Buteh Palmer, 
Hod^ Viccellio, and Bffly Al- 

n^od. 

RAIDERS PREVAIL 

Teddy Todd scored a CM pe- 
riod touchdown on a ne^ 14 yard 
jaaitA to give the Raid»s i^ the 
points they needed foi* a vrin ov«r 
the Jj^ars. Billy ^rton adWed 
two second half scw^ to cora- 
ls the 19-0 score. 

D<wg Mkins and Jeff Smd- 
grass pla;^ outstanding defense 
for the Raiders who remain un- 
defeated and tied for fir^ jdwe 
w^ the idle Demom. 
ITANDINGS 

STANDINGS AND SCORING 
LEADERS 



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Raiders 


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Rams 


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Mariners 


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Charge 





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Ptge 6-A ^ 

^6tvlce If ten ^n ZJke ileufd 



CJOT ROBERT C. GREEN 

HULBURT FIELD. Fla. — 
Captain Robert C. (Jreen erf Nor- 
td. Va., is petuming to his unit 
at George AEB, Calif., following 
otmipletioii of the tx>mbat opera- 
tloos came at the Air Force Air- 
Ground School here. 

Cai^ain Green is a pilot. The 
ojurse is designed to better ac- 
quaint selected officers with cur- 
rent concepts and developments 
in joint combat operations, in- 
cluding close tactical air support 
for ground troops. 

TTie captain is the son of Mrs. 
Floratce P. Green of 4400 Holly 
Road, Virginia Beach, Va. He re- 
ceived his B.S, degree from the 
University of Slouthem Mississip- 
pi. 

His wife Is tfie former Rebecca 
Barton of Norfolk. 

JO<!KPH L. EAST m. 

HOMESTEAD AFB. Fla. — 
Senior Master Sergeant .Tosenh 
L. East Jr.. of Vireinia Beach. 
Va.. has arrived here for assi<m- 
ment with a unit of the Tactical 
Air Command following a tour 
of duty in Germany. 

Serffeant East, an aircraft 
maintenance simer%'i«;or, is the 
ton of Mr. and Mrs. Jo^enh L. 
East Sr. of R.E.D. 1, Princess 
AP"e Sation. Vireinia Beach. 

The sergeant is a former stu- 
r^ent at Maury Hioh School. Nor- 
folk. Va. Hi*; wife. Mane, i« the 
(daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shp*- 
j«*an S. Gay of Quaker Hill, 
dmn. 



VINCENT 1. MAROITFTTE 

Marine T ance Comoral Har- 
wv L. McOain. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. lemuel MK^ain, .Tr.. of 
Rack Bav and Marine Private 
First Class Vincent T. Maranctte. 
son of Mr. and Mrs E D^ Mnr- 
nuette, Lvnnhaven. all of Virginia 
Reach! are serving with Mfnne 
Rattalion Landin" Tpam 1-6. a 
S«;<md Mailne Division unit in 
iHe Mediterranean, recently 
visited Cannes France. 

Their week in Cannes inHnded 
arranged trips to Paris, fishin*' 
tmirs in the French Aim. and 
nilgrimages to the Shrine of 
Lourdes for Catholic personnel. 



LEE O. WRIGHT 

COAST OF SOUTHERN 
CALIF.— Marine Private First 
Class Lee O. Wright, son of Mrs. 
Bertha Wright of Bayside, Va., 
serving with the Second Battalion, 
Seventh Marine Regiment. First 
Marine Division, recently parti- 
cipated in extensive amphibious 
operations off the coast of South- 
ern California. 

Dubbed "Exercise Merit 
Badge," the maneuvers were de- 
signed to provide training in am- 
phibious landings, replenishment 
at sea exercises, shore bombard- 
ment, reconnaissance and Marine 
maneuvers ashore. 

Twenty-two Pacific Fleet ships 
and more than 13,000 Marines 
took part in the landing exercise. 

WILLIAM A. GRAY 

FORT BUCKNER, OKINA- 
WA— Army Specialist Four Wil- 
liam A. Gray, son of Maj. (rfet.) 
and Mrs. Homer W. Gray, 2043 
Lakeside rd., Bayside, Va., is a 
member of the Sukiran St>ecials' 
Softball team which won the U.S. 
Armv. R\aikyu Islands maior 
group level tournament on Oki- 
nawa in mid-Sefrtember. 

The team is made ui> of mem- 
bers of the Military Police Group 
assigned to Fort Buckner and the 
21st Base Post Office. 

Specialist Grav is a clerk at 
the 21st Base Post Office on 
Okinawa. He entei^d the Arm^ 
in March 1961 and was last sta- 
tioned at Fort Monroe. Va. 

The 24-vear-o1d soldier is a 
1957 graduate of Hampton (Va.) 
High School. 




LFONARD A. P4RKFR 

ANNAPOLIS. MD. fFHTNO 

— Midshipman Third Oass 
I..eonard A. Parker. 19. son of 
Catkin and Mrs. I eonard A. 
Parker (rf 4320 Two Woods Rd.. 
Vireinia Beach, Va.. has been 
nanred to the Sunerintendent's 
List for tiie fmt half of th** first 
term at the Naval Academy. 
Annaool's, Md. 

The Sut>erintendent'<! List at 
the Academv corresrionds to the 
Dean's List in civilian colleges 
and univf rsitiesi. 

In addition to high academic 
scopes, tnidshipmen must have 
hi«»h marks in conduct, anitude 
and nhvsical education to be se- 
tert«l for the list. 

EIIGFNE J. HOLLERR\CH 

MONTEREY. CALIF. — 
Eugene J. Holleri^ach, a student 
^tlje Vietnamese language at the 
I^ffcnse Lanpuape In'stitute. West 
Coast Branch, Presidio of Mon- 
terev, Calif., was recentlv pro- 
moted to the grade of full 
colonel in the United States 
Armv, 

His wife. Tsobel. three sons. 
Robert .T.. 18. a sPident at Vir- 
ginia Military Institute: James 
R, 14, Peter D , 10. and daugh- 
ter Lynn A.. 13, reside at 1*507 
Finn Road Bayside Virginia 
Beach Va. 



Lt. BRYAN L. BENNETT 

GREENVILLE. S.C. — Cadet 
1st Lt. Brvan L. Bennett of 1010 
Pleasure House Rd., Bavside. is 
among seven senior AFROTC 
cadets at East Carolina College 
taking oart in the college's Fli^t 
Instructional Procram. 

Each cadet flies approximate- 
ly four hours oer week. They 
will receive 20 hours of dual in- 
Rtniction and 15 hours of solo 
flight olus a li^>-h<mr check 
flipht given bv an FAA examiner. 

Primary obiectives of the pro- 
ffram are to screen the cadets in 
their Imsic aptitude for flving and 
to discover those who lack the 
ability or the desire for Air 
Force pilot training upon gradu- 
ation and commissioning. 

The cadets also receive 35 
hours of ground school instruc- 
tion. 



ELBERT D. RABB 

CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. — 
Marine Private Elbert D. Rabb, 
son oi Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rabb 
of 1329 Pl^sure HcMise Road, 
Bayside, Va. Beach, a member of 
Company "P", recently complet- 
ed four weeks advanc^ combat 
training at Camp Lejeune, N.C^ 

The combat training program 
was cond\icted by First Infantry 
Training Regimept. It teaches 
small unit tfKJtics under simulated 
combat <x)nditk)ns. 

First Training Regiment an- 
nually graduates thousands of 
combat-ready Marines into the 
nation's "force-in-readiness". 

Graduates of the program are 
assigned to duty at Marine Corf» 
bases throughout the U.S^ and 
abroad. 

JAMES V. CAFFREY, JR 

FT. LEAVENWORTH, Kan. 
—Army Maj. James V. Caffrev, 
Jr.. 40, son of Mrs. Bertie R. 
Caffrey, 2300 Mediterranean 
Ave., Virginia Beach, Va. is at- 
traiding tfie 38r-week regular 
course at the U.S. Army Com- 
mand and General Staff College, 
Fort Leavenworth, Kamas. 

The course is designed to pre- 
pare se^t officers for duty as 
ccmimanders and general staff of- 
ficers at diviskjn, corps and field 
army levels. In addition to U.S. 
Army personnel, officers from 
other branches of the U.S. Armed 
Forces and allied nations are at- 
tending the course. 

Major Caffrey eirtered the 
Army in 1950. 

He is a graduate of Oak Ridge 
(N.C.) Military Institute and a 
1950 graduate of North Carolina 
State College in Raleigh- 



#A£'ttft k #AiAf At 

McCOY AFB, Fla. — Cadet 
Walter R. Handy Jr. of Baysi<te, 
Va., is participating in the Air 
Force Reserve Officer Training 
Corps (AFROTC) summer en- 
campment here. 

The cadet, a member of tiie 
AFROTC unit at the University 
of North Carolina, is the son (rf 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Handy 
of 2609 Reynolds Drive, Bay- 
side. 

Cadet Handy is observing and 
taking an active part in varknis 
phases of base operations during 
the encampment period. Cadets 
are eligible for aprointment as 
Air Force second lieutenants 
upon completion of their AFRO- 
TC raining and graduation frcwi 
college. 

The cadet is a graduate of 
Princess Anne Hi^ School, 
Lynnhaven, Va. 

GEORGE P GREGORY, JR. 

JASKSONVI1I.E, Fla.— Ma- 
rine Private George P. Gregory, 
Jr., son of G. P. Gregory, Sr. of 
Goodspeed road, Virginia Beach, 
Va., was graduated Sept. 9 from 
Mechanical Fundamentals School 
at the Naval Air Technical Train- 
ing Unit Jacksonville, Fla. 

The eight-week course serves 
as a screening and indoctrination 
into Mariiw aviation. Students 
are screened for further technical 



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U.S. Air Fon» Academy, 
Colo— Cadet Richard A. Hofler 
of Vlrginta Beach, Va,, has b^n 
accepted as a n^nrtM^ of the 
U.S. Air Force Academy Ca&t 
Wing following his ctrnptetion 
of basic cadet training. 

CadM Hofler. scm of Mr. and 
Mrs. William C. Hofler at 226 
Bellamy Manor Drive, Vii^nia 
Beach, is a manber of the 850- 
man class of '67. His four years 
erf study at the academy wHl lead 
to a bachelor of sciem^ degree 
and a r^vlar Air Force commis- 
sion as a second lieutenant 

The basic cadet training was 
designed to prepare him morally, 
mentally and physically for the 
a^emy's comprehensive mili- 
tary and acMlemic prc^am. 

The cadet is a graduate of 

Gianby High School, Norfolk. 

training tRrough assignment to a 
technical school or assignment to 
on-the-jc* framii^ at their iKMne- 
town Mariiw Corps Reserve 
unit. 

They received a working 
knowledge of hand and power 
tools used in Marine aviation and 
of aviation enginwring, ord- 
nance, and elwrtronics. 



DURWOOD A. WATlRFrtaLD 

LACKLAND AFB. Tex. — 
Two Virginia Bcjwh, Va., men 
^re being reassignnl to Amarillo 
AFB, Tex., to iMSn^ ledmical 
training owrses ftrflowing com- 
pletion of Unitwi States Air 
Force l^sic mUitary training 
here. 

Airman Michael E. Minui, ton 
of Mrs. Lillie M. Rhodes of 853 
S. Birdneck Ro«i, will attend a 
course for supply specialists. He 
attended Kdlam High School. 

Airman Durwood A% Water- 
field, sc«i of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- 
vin A. Waterfield of 1219 Bells 
Road ,wiil be trained as an air- 
craft maintenance specialist He 
attended Frank W. Cox High 
School. 



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rAHTNO— Armv Pvt. Leonard 
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Pf>rk, N.J.. is a member of the 
14th Armored Cavalry Reei- 
ment's 3d Reconnaissance Sauad- 
ron which guards the northern 
sector of the East-West German 
border. . 

Members of Capps' umt keep 
the border under constant sur- 
veillance throufrh the use of ieep 
mounted t>atrols and observation 
and listening posts. 

The 23-vear-old soldier a 
t^1(»nhone ooerator in Howitzer 
Ratterv in Germanv. entered the 
Armv in January 1962. He was 
last stationed at Fort Braw. N.C. 
and arrived overseas in May 
1963. 

Capps, whose parents live on 
Route 4. Back Bay Stktion. Vir- 
ginia Beach, Va., is a eraduate 
of Princess Anne Hieh School. 



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BAYSIDE — Some of the 
Women's Missionary Circles of 
the Bayside Christian Church are 
meeting this week. Circle No. 3 
met Tiwsday nkht, Ociober 15 
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fce, 1607 Qyde St. Circle No. 3 
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day, October 16, at 10:30 a.m. 
This meeting has been designated 
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and in accordance with the theme 
Miss Marjorie Jones of Ghana, 
W. Africa, was the missionary 
speaker. A delegation from the 
Bayside Baptist Church attended 
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The Business Womens Circles 
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Virolnif Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, October 17. 1963 
' Page 7-A 

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Woman's Club held their "birth- 
day lunchecm" Wednesday, Oct. 
9th at the 1|dw Creek Country 
Club with ajOTOximately seventy 
members present. 

Special guests of honor at the 
meeting were: Mrs. Larry Mar- 
shall, wife cd the guest speaker; 
Mrs. Phillip Russo, State Com- 
munity Improvement Chairman, 
for the UFWC and Mrs. C. L. 
Mercer, Tidewater District Im- 
provement Chairman. 

Guest speaker for the meeting 
was Mr. Larry Marshall, Bayside 
Burrough Councilman. His theme 
was "Virginia Beach Then and 
Now." 

He commenced his talk on the 
highlights of what was Princess 
Anne Coimty, history. How in 
tthe late 1600 Grace Sherwood 
was tried for witchcraft and 
ducked in the Lynnhaven River 
and that is how Witchduck sec- 
tion got its name. 

He brought out a little known 
fact that in 1736 what ia^jtfow 
Ocean Park and Bayvillfe 1f%n# 
was a British Collecting Station 
and what is now Baylake Pines 
was the site of an Indian village. 

He also said in 1790 the first 
lighthouse was built at Cape 
Henry and it was the first light- 
house on the East coast. The 
people who built it decided it 
would be a good idea to collect 
a toll from the ships who passed 
it. However, that idea was very 
unpopular and the British pro- 
tested the charges and refused to 
pay them and so launched a sea 
attack. They were thoroughly 
defeated by the American forces 
at what is now Sea Tack. 

In 1822 the first Court House 
was built and is still in use to- 
day. 

In reading a roster of the 
Princess Anne Cavalry of the 
War Between the States it would 
sound like a list of many promi- 
nent citizens of today, with the 
names of Bonney, Land, Ewell, 
Simpson and Fentress to name 
just a few of the old families. 

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Princess Anne County was one 
place that it did not apply to. 
Because Princess Anne County 
was already occupied by the 
Federal Forces and declared 
Federal ground. 

Marshall went on to give a 
biographical sketch of the men 
who are presently holding office 
in what was Princess Aniw 
County before the merger. 
Among those he mentioned was 
Sidney Kellam, Judge Kellam, 
Jack Etheridge, Johnny Fentress 
and Ivan Mapp. He said that it 
was in their tenure of office that 
the gap was breeched between 
what was the County o€ Princess 
Anne and what is now the large 
city of Virginia Beach. 

Marshall said since the mer- 
ger there has been a tremendous 
growth in the population aiKi in 
the building of new homes. He 
said with the opening of the 
Bridge Tunnel early in 1964 
that few of us are able to realize 
the hnpact that will be felt on 
the community of Bayside in 
particular. New industry will 
come into the area, particularly 
national trucking firms. They can 
save V4c per mile betwe^i New 
York and Miami by using the 
bridge-tunnel. Some of these 
companies are interested in lo- 
cating at Diamond Springs and 
have been looking into a sile 
there. 

He pointed mit that .Sears' 
new store which will be located 
at Pembroke Manor will have 
25,000 more square feet than the 
present Norfolk store which 
points out what business thinks 
of Virginia Beach as a potential- 
ity- 
He said that the Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel would have a 
two-fold purpose. It has been 
written up in one of the National 
Magazines as one of the wonders 
of the modem world and that 
people will gpme to see it as an 
attraction like they do Niagra 
Falls 0€ the Grand Canyoa. He 
urgcjd the club women to be 
"good will ambassadors" and 
help tourists in the area, who will 
of course spread the news. He 
also said that President Kennedy 
has been invited to attend the 
opening of the Bridge-Tunnel. 

Marshall also pointed out that 
ground will soon be broken for 
the new Virginia Wesleyan Col- 
lege which will bring large num- 
bers of students, jjrofessors zuid 
their families into the area. Two 
hundred of the two hundreds 
and seventy square feet of the 
campus will be in Virginia Beach 
but Norfolk is trying to claim 
it! 

He also touched on the water 
situation and said there was high 
hopes that Virginia Beach would 
^et water and that the Ocean 
fark Borough would be the first 
section of the city to get city 
water, llieir need is desperate. 
The majority of the home own- 
ers have to bring in their drinkii^ 
water since the Ash Wednesday 
Storm. With the coming of city 
water an influx of business and 
industry is expected. 

Mr. Marshall said "I would be 
veiy remiss if 1 closed my talk 
witnout -touching on one subject 
1 think the Ocean Park Woman's 
Club project, "Kellam Park" is 
only slightly less miraculous than 
the building of the Bridge- 
Tunnel." The clearing of the 
ground for Kellam Park has 
meant the clearing of mosquito 
from the area and also the city 
engineers have made a topigraph- 
ical study of the area to take care 
of the drainage problem that be- 
sets that area. 

According to Mrs. Cam Farm- 
er and Mrs. Rhoda White, co- 
chairman of the Kellam Park 
project what is so miraculous 
about the j^rk that so far not 
one penny has been spent on 
this project. People volunteered 
their services, materials, and 
equipment. 

However, it was a big day for 
the chairmen when a $50.00 
donation came in from Frank 
Tarrell and Mr. Edwin Kellam 
to be used on the Kellam Rirk 
project. The chairmen hope that 
more people will see fit to make 
cbnattons. Those wishing to do 
so are asked to send checks ad- 
dressed '*Kellam I^rk Project" 
CO Virginia Be»;h Sun-News, 
Virginia Beach, Va. The Sun- 
News will be glad to forward 
checks to the chaino^. 



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Virginia »wdi SUN-NEWS, Thursclay, October U, 1963 
Page SA ^ 

DE Offering Adult Courses 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The Dis- 
tributive Education Service of 
Virginia Beach will br offering 
several adult courses this school 
year. There will be a course called 
"How To Supervise." offered t^ 
those individuals who are current- 
ly ^rving in a supervisory ca- 
pacity in retail, wholesale or serv- 
ice organization. The course will 
start on Thur5day, October 17, 
and will be conducted on consecu- 
tive Thursdays, ending on No- 
vember 14. 

The course will be conducted 
by Rcbert Creamer, Jr., vice-ares- 
ident of Virginia Beach Hard- 
ware, Inc. He holds a BA degree 
from the University of Virginia 
and an MA degree from Arizona 



Cavalier 
CAPERS 




PRINCESS ANNE — With the 
homecoming festivities approach- 
ing Oct. 25, plans for half-time 
a c t i V i ties are 
- well underway. 
The theme for 
( h m e c m ing 
will be story- 
book land. Last 
, week, the SCA 
t representatives 
\ and senior foot- 
! ball players 
elected the 
__^ h m e c m ing 
ciissell court. Members 
of Wie cmirt are Pam Kerber, 
Pitsy Fox, Linda Howell, Jane 
Harrison, and Suzy Blankenship. 
Last Thursday, Senior class 
elections were held. Larry I^gum 
was elected for his fourth term of 
office as president of the class of 
64. The other officers are Jim 
Landis, vice-president; Nina Hen- 
derson, ^cretary; and Pam Ker- 
ber, treasurer. 

In still other senior activities, 
calling cards and late senior rings 
were ordered at Thursday's Sen- 
ior assenjbly. 

In a recent track meet with 
Oscar Smith, Jay f erguson, PA 
senior, placed first. 

The Trinity Tri*i-Y and Sigma 
Phi Hi-Y held a tug-o-war over 
Thalia Creek. There is still some 
doubt as to who came ahead. 
Tliere were plenty of muddy peo- 
ple on both sides! 

Saturday, Princess Anne Key- 
ettes aided the Junior Women's 
Club of Norfolk by ushering and 
taking tickets at the children's 
play, CINDERELLA, at the arena. 

After four successive wins, the 
Cavaliers are still in the running 
for district football .champions. 
This week, Princess Anne meets 
undefeated Oscar Smith on 
Smith's field. 

Report cards will be issued Oct. 
21. 



Small Talk 

By 

Joe Small 
Virginia Beach High School 



Last Thursday, the 10th of Oc- 
tctoer, the students of Virginia 
Beach High School chose their 
iww Beach Bowl Queen and her 
attendants, two from each grade. 
Caroline Bosher was chosen as 
this year's Beach Bowl Queen. 
Her attendants from the senior 
class will be Pat Parnell and Betsy 
Kitchin. The underclass attend- 
ants will be as follows: Helen 
Dubois and Louise Kerr from the 
^nior class; Mary Jo Kellam and 
Caroline Todd from the sopho- 
more class: Mearl Preston and 
Bobby Kaufman from the Fresh- 
man class; and Suzan Duckworth 
and Michael Hanley from the 
eighth grade class. 

For the past week and a half 
the senior class of Virginia Beach 
Hi^ School has been in the oroc- 
esi of ch.'^oaing its most outstand- 
ing members. So far six senior 
superlatives have been chosen. 
Tl»ey are as follows: Best 'all 
around — Steven Strickler and 
Connie M«las: most oooular— 
Ja<* Tucker and Caroline Rosher; 
mo^ likely to succeed— Wendv 
Fam»r and &Jenser Lott: bes4 
p«sonaiity— (Peggy Farmer and 
bes* l<wking — 
I^t Parnell: and 
; iMft«i^*le — "Ujrry Mailhes 
' mM 6i^ Wosser. The voting for 
tti» nowta^r of the Senior Su- 
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State University. He also taught 
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Tlie course will include the fol- 
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"Foiliiw-up," "tlaiullink? C;)rrec- 
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material includini* a certific;'te, 
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Further information can be ob- 
tained by calling George L. Cof- 
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Bridge Club 
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1 Winners in the regular \iir- 
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! Club meet Tuesday were: 

North-south — 1st place, Mrs. 
J. S. Skipper and Mrs. Caddie 
Walker; 2nd place, Mrs. Ci. R. 
Akorn and Mrs. H. K Haw- 
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Murphy and Mr. .1. Newman- 
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Mrs. Margaret Norfleef 3rd 
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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1963 



View Of 
Vurgmia Beach 

Derit Padridc 



Ywi eittwr like fltem or you 
doat . . . anticpies, ^t is. fiut 
thdie of ymi who do not feel any 
inle)«st in old things, may have 
baen looking in the wrong places. 
Or ju^ take it for granted that 
antique shqps are the same its sec- 
ond hand stores, or worse yet, 
junk dealers. Antiques are no^t 
junk. Rare and beautiful antiques 
are apt >to 'be rather expensive, 
but not all. 

Hm word iintique covers a lot 
of territory, and ju^ because a 
thing is old does not necessarily 
imt it in the category of being an 
antique. A few antiques can not, 
in this day and age, be iput to the 
use for which they were created, 
but can add much to the decor of 
the modern home. Antiques are 
and can be made quite lovely and 
useful. With a little imagination 
on your part, and with the fr^nd- 
ly hit«rest of your antique dealer, 
you OHtld contrive unusual and 
differeirt adornment to smarten 
up ywr home. 

Shomier Antique Shop on ^^^■ 
ginia IB^tch Bcmlevard in Lynn- 
haven can open your eyes to the 
truly magnificence of antiques 
when re^ored and used properly. 
TlUi la an early American style 
faMoe with more things in it than 
ym would ordinarily have in 
youn, but ttiere is no dutter. You 
an struck by the feeling of 
waimth and beauty surrounding 
you. They specialize in early 
American pine, and the pieces of 
fumilure, either restored or re- 
piwbictimis are so gorgeous you'd 
^i|4oteve«v«fyithing! Upon the 

lonial prints bng many sam- 
pler!, wrdu^t km pieces m 
planters, and ornaments. There 
^9 dwlves and cupboards filled 
wHh fragile diina, sparkling crys- 
tal, various figurines, candlesUcks, 
vasts, and (^r pmuous thin^. 

Many unusual tr^isures and 
ccdtedors items can be found at 
Jean N. Mfller's i^op at 18 Laskin 
Road in Virginia iBeach. Fascinat- 
ing glassware of every imagim^le 
Iton— 4inted, glowing, iridescent 
—the craftanen of ye^eryear 
pve much of their time and tal- 
ent to leave us heirlooms to love 
and cherish. Bottles from the bot- 
twn of the sea are crusted with 
centuries of mystery. Toys were 
made for the children of our an- 
cestors with painstaking care and 
«ven a touch of humor as her 
little Country store <in which ev- 
erything works in miniature) will 
attest. This particular it«n is 
priceless and she feels it cotdd 
best be enjoyed if it was on disj- 
play for everyone to see rather 
than in an individuals collection. 

Marie Richardson on 1053 Las- 
kin Road can decorate your home 
in refined taste with her stock of 
fine antiques and magnificent 
candeliers and fanciful whim- 
aeyes. * 

If you are particularly in'ter- 
eMed in CivU War mementoes, 
you will find old rifles, Confeder- 
ate flags, historical books, etc. at 
Aladtbm's Lamp in London 
Bridge, and many other gems for 
coUectera. 

Antiques are old things . . but 
they asn more than just old. They 
have stctod the test of time which 
prov^ their worth. They are -tan- 
gible objects from our past which 
hdp to give us a clearer picture 
of our heritage. They ^ow the 
character of the men of yesterday 
who cared abmit the things they 
cr^tted. 

To understand antiques you 
must love them . . . and to love 
them, you must understand them. 

In all these shops y<w will also 
find many inexpensive gift ideas 
which would be classed as un- 
usual rather than antic^es. It is 
fim to vistt, even when you are 
jMt serkmaly "antiquing". You 
iHn be surprised at what is to be 
foiuid, if oidy you -teke the time 
to lode. 

P.S. Dont mias the flM An- 
wai Antiques J^iow and Side to 
be hdd at ti^ Civic Cento- on 



Beach Jaycees' Check Will Aid Hospital 




Virginia Beach Jaycee president J. Flctch er Bryant, left, presents a check for $2,031.1 1 to 
W. E. Willis, administrator of the new Genera' Hospital. Pictured at right is Gene Joyner, chair- 
man of the Jaycee H<»pital committee. (Baldwin photo) 



Seniors Honored 
At Country, Day 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Two sen- 
iors at Country Day S(Shool have 
been honored for their high per- 
formance on the National Merit 
Scholarship Qualifying Test given 
last spring. Each student who is 
endorsed by his school receives a 
formal Letter of Conmiendation 
signed by his principal and the 
president of tlw National Merit 
Scholarship Corporation. 

Mrs. Charles. M. Lovitt, the 
school's HeadMstress has an- 
nounced that the conunended stu- 
dents are Dale Anna Dean, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ihile W. Dean, 
and Linda Masterson, daughter of 
Cdr. and Mrs. C. R. Masterson. 

The Commended students were 
among the hi^ school juniors in 
approximately 16,500 schools who 
took the test last March. The test 
is a three'hour ejounination that 
covers five separate areas of edu- 
cational developn^nt. 

Hardin Scliool 
To Hold Recital 

VIRGINIA ©EACH— The Bris- 
tow Hardin School of Music will 
present its first formal piano re- 
cital of the season FWday at 7:30 
p.m. 

Performing students of Eliza- 
beth Cornick, Charles Hardin and 
Bristow Hardin will include: 

Dianne Ferrell, Jan Hafling, 
Mary Jo Kellam, Pam MoKitrick, 
Roberta Sadler, Robin Gregory, 
Liza Sills, Dale Anna Etean, Cathy 
Dean, Mary Dekker, Leighton 
Meredith, Carol Lee Wilde, Jane 
Marshall, Pamela Hogan, Cherry 
Lassiier, Mary Keys Ferebee, Al- 
lan King, Peg Hubbard, Robert 
Rice and Beth McKitrick. 

The public has been invited to 
attend 'the recital and to remain 
for a social hour, including re- 
freshments, which wiU follow. 

VMI Board Will 
Meet Here 

LEXINGTON, Va.— The Board 
of Visitors of the Virginia Military 
Instiitute will hold its fall meeting 
at Virginia Beach's (Bay Harbour 
Club it was announced Tuesday. 

The meeting marks one of the 
few times the VMI BMtrd has ever 
met at any location other than 
Lexington or Richmond. 

Main items on tlM agenda are 
election of the Board president 
and secretary. Otha* items deal 
with routine inst^i^ business. 

Ekfasund Pen^teton of Wythe- 
viDe is the cuirent president of 
the Board while Lt. Col. R. Mar- 
towe Ifarper, VMI treasurer, 
aerves as secDetny. 



NAVY HOSTS ARMY 
AT LiniE CREEK 

LITTLE CREEK — The Navy will again play host to the Army 
this/week, as a>me 150a soldiers Uon\ the 2nd Brigade, 5th Infantry 
Division (MECH), of Fort Devens, Mass., arrive at the Little 
Creek Amphibious Base to begin two weeks of amphibious warfare 

training. • '^ 

Some 5,500 troops from many 



Army posts have already trained 
at Littl? Creek this year. 

Under the combined direction 
of Rear Admiral James C. Demp- 
sey, Commander Amphibious 
Training CemiiMad, U. S. Atlan- 
tic Fleet, and Brigadier General 
John C. Miliar, ,lr., Commanding 
Genertf of i^ Landing Force 
Training Unit, the Navy and Ma- 
rine Corps team will join together 



to give the Army troops extensive sault. 



training in amphibious warfare 
whidi will include a week of 
ashore training in such areas as 
net embarkation (climbing up and 
down nets); vehicle waterproof- 
ing; loading and stowage of equip- 
ment. The second week will be 
devoted to acquainting the Army 
with shipboard life and the em- 
barkation and debarkation pro- 
cedures for an amphibious as- 



PLAYHOUSE'S 'BIRTHDAY' 
PROVES HAPPY INDEED 

The Virginia Beach Little Theat'^ '--ened the doors of its new 
Courtyard Playhouse Thursday with its presentation of Anita Loos' 

Happy Birthday." The event was indeed happy as theatre-goers 
welcomed both the production and the new surroundings. 

The intimate cabaret type thea- 



Juniors Plan Show Decorations 



tre lent itself particularly well, it 
seemed, to the play at hand whose 
action all took place in a Newark, 
N. J. cocktail bar. 

Jane Garrison, in the lead role 
of Addle, made the evening lively 
for both the audience and her 
fellow patrons of the Jersey Mec- 
ca bar as she transformed herself, 
drink by drink, from a mousey 
librarian to a stunning bundle of 
feminine fascination. < 

George Snediker, in the role of 
Paul Bishop, who eventually suc- 
cumbs to Addles' charms, handled 
the part with a flawless and high- 
ly convincing manner. 

The handling of the play was 
especially impressive considering 
that the cast played practically in 
the audience's lap. A curtain isn't 
used at the new playhouse and 
the viewers sit at small tables, 
some of which are but a few 
inches from the stage. 

Any serious mistakes would 
therefore be painfully obvious 
and it is a credit to the entire 



HENDRICKS NAMED 
BY COFFEE FIRM 

NORFOLK— T h e . appointment 
of Thomas L. Hendricks as insti- 
tutional sales supervisor for Gill's 
products in the Tidewater area 
was announced Thursday by 
James G. Brodcenbrough, execu- 
tive vice-president of the James 
G. Gill Co., Inc., blenders and 
processors of coffee and tea. 

Hendricks and his wife, the 
former Miss Mary Jane Peregoy 
of Christianburg, Va., live with 
their two sons at 139 Cayuga 
Road, Kemps ville. 



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Dam Neck Officer Is Leg Fancier 



company that there were none. 

The Little Theatre also dis- 
played an amazing resource of 
good amateur talent by its casting 
of no less than 20 roles in the 
production, most of whom re- 
mained on stage throughout the 
performance. 

Deedie Jessup, who comes to 
the Little Theatre from the Atlan- 
ta Theatre Guild, turned in a 
beautiful performance as a seduc- 
tive man trap whose faithless jug- 
gling of boyfriends lands her in 
hot water. 

Some of the most uproarious 
lines of the show were delivered 
by Alice DuBois and Billie Atwill 
as two gossipy habitues of the 
bar, always on the lookout for a 
little more excitement in their 
declining years. 

Although the show for the most 
part is straight comedy, it sports 
a few notable musical highlights 
in the two vocal offerings of Jane 
Garrison, the ^barroom piano of 
Clark Graves and some excellent 
dance numbers woven nicely into 
the action by Walter Clark and 
Shirley Fentress. 

Among the supporting roles 
special mention should he made 
of the excellent performances of 
Anne Penington, Frank Ferrigno, 
Bob Furniss and Bill Britton. 

The limited size of the new 
theatre (seating capacity of just 
over a hundred) should prove to 
be the ideal setting for the Little 
Theatre's productions. Ail of the 
season's shows are scheduled for 
two weekends so a sold-out per- 
formance doesn't necessarily 
mean missing the show. In addi- 
tion, a small but well-filled house 
can go a long way to establishing 
rapport between audience and 
cast. It certainly did in this case. 

The show will be seen for its 
two final appearances this Friday 
and Saturday at 8 p.m. 

—Bob Baldwin 




Mrs. John Hafling steadies the ladder while Mrs. Mason 
Gamage takes measurements for decorating the Alan B. Shepard 
Civic Center for the forthcoming Princess Anne Jr. Woman's 
Club Cabaret Follies. Title of this year's show is "The Really 
Big City," referring of course, to Virginia Beach's new boundaries. 
The show will be held Nov. 1 and 2 at the Civic Center from 
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tickets for the popular event are now on sale 
at Alexander Beegle men's store. Proceeds will benefit the new 
General Hospital of Virginia Beach and other charitable organiza- 
tions. (Baldwin Photo) 



By Bill WMsmr 

DAM NECK— With a purse of 
his lips and a smack on his finger 
tips, the Navy officer exclaimed, 
"Ah, there's nothing in the world 
finer to eat. There's no way of 
explaining the wonderful taste." 

Who is the officer and what is 
he relisihing? He is Lt. Cdr. Jack 
W. Gordon, USN, Security Of ficer 
of the U. S. Fleet Anti-Air W^- 
fare Training Center here, and he 
is talking about froglegs. 

'They taste better than any 
fried chicken," he continued, "but 
the most fun is hunting the 



frogs." 

No tenderfoot, Gordon is an 
active outdoorsman and has been 
hunting the hopping amphibians 
for the past 20 years. And what 
could be a better place than Dam 
Neck which is in and surrounded 
by swampland. 

According to the frog hunter 
there are three popular ways to 
get frogs: (1) shoot them with a 
.22 short rifle using hollow point 
bullets, ■<2) use a frog gig which 
is a tension-loaded trap-like mech- 
anism on the end of a pole, or 
(3) use a spirtlight and bare hands. 
Gordon prefers the latter. 




Art Wark 
Will Aid Fair 



Hunting time begins just after 
sundown when he puts on a pair 
of hipboots and straps a machete 
and snub-nosed .45 to his belt. 
This paraphernalia is for protec- 
tion against water moccasins and 
cottonmouths which share the 
swamp with the frogs. The only 
other equipment needed is a flat- 
bottomed boat, a spotlight and a 
container to put the game in. 

"lit doesn't take nerve to go into 
the swamp, only you have to be a 
person who never lets snakes 
bother you," he said. 

Once in the swamp he paddles 
along the banks, poking the shin- 
ing spotlight into the dark grass 
to find one or two eyes shining 
back. When the quarry is attract- 
ed by the light, Gordon slowly 
reaches around behind the frog 
with his free hand and grabs it as 
"fast as lightning." 

'If it turns out to be a snake 
you have to work fast," Gordon 
explained. "You have to keep a 
hard grip on it and take the ma- 
chete and chop its head off." 

He pointed out that grabbing a 
snake happens infrequently be- 
cause at such short range you can 
tell the difference. Usually when 
he sees a snake, he chops it in 
two and moves on. 

It is not unusual for the Dam 
Neck snakes to be six feet long 
and up to four inches in diameter. 

"If it's a frog I just keep a firm 
grip and crack his skull against 
the boat's gunwales," he said. 

There are two types of frogs in 
the Dam Neck area — ^black and 
green. Some grow as large as two 
feet long when stretched out. 

In preparing the frogs to eat, , ^ , . « ^. ^ 
the legs are cut off after skinning of Star of the Sea. the Executive 
° Committee of Naval Officers 



VIRGINIA BEACH— Uad- 

ing artists in the Virginia Beach 
area are already at work on the 
Art Auction and Crafts Fair to 
be held at the Star pf the Sea 
Recreation Hall November 30. 

Sponsored by the Parent Coun- 
cil of the United Cerebral Palsy 
Association, the affair is being 
held to benefit the Scholarship 
Fund for palsied children. 

Organizing, the art segment of 
the fair is Miss Betty Crawford 
who has recently been devoting 
her painting time to plans for 
the auction. 

Another local artist busily in- 
volved is Mrs. Ruth Laakso, 
chairman of the committee hang- 
ing the show. Mrs. Laakso, direc- 
tor of the Studio Gallery, has of- 
fered her studio as a collecting 
point for the donated paintings. 

In addition to art, the fair will 
feature booths selling gourmet 
foods, Christmas decorations and 
handicrafts. The Virginia Beach- 
Princess Anne Junior Woman's 
Club will operate a ParceL-P*^ 
booth with packag^ from far- 
awav places to be soT3Tjnopened. 

Other attractions include a 
Country Store, a Fish Pond, door 
prizes and a Snack Shop. 

It is hoped that the funds 
raised will be sufficient to assufe 
many physically handicapped 
children the ooportunitv to at- 
tend the Day Care and Develop- 
ment Center. 

Included in the manv church 
and civic groups assisting in the 
DT'O'ect are: the Ladies Sodality 



Completes Life Ins. Course 



NORFOLK — Luther K. 
Wagoner, Norfolk representative 
of Northwestern National Life 
Insurance Co., has just com- 
pleted a two-week advanced 
course in life insurance under- 
writing at the firm's Agents' 
Training School at Glenwood. 
Minnesota. 

Northwestern National's home 
office school, held quarterly, is 
one of the oldest training schools 
in the life insurance business — 
the latest session being its 84th 
in 20 years. 

The school is designed to 
equip its graduates with a broad 
knowledge of the many fields in 
which life insurance is used — 
including family protection, busi- 
ness insurance and pension and 
profit sharing plans. 



Upon completion ofTiis train- 
ing. Wagoner was assigned spe- 
cific sales and service responsibil- 
ities in the Norfolk area under 
the direction o€ Harry J. Hann, 
Jr.. general agent for the com- 
pany at Norfolk. 



P-TA MEETING . 

ARAGONA— The Aragona file- 
mentary School P-TA will meet 
Tueaiay at 7:30 p.m. 

Phillip (Meekins, Elementary 
School Supervisor, will speak on 
"The Elementary School Curricu- 
lum. 

Refreshments will be served. 



Deep in Dam N«;k swanps, Lt. Cdr. Jack W. Gonkm, 
USN, prepares for a night of frog hunting. The season at Dam 
Neck usually nms from June through Augiut. (Navy Photo) 



and then deep-fryed like chicken 
From larger frogs it is possible to 
eat the loin section off the back. 
"Frog hunting is a great sport, 
but I wouldn't recommend it to 
an am^ur," Gordon said with a 



Wives; the Norview Methodist 
Youth Group; F<Mt Story Offi- 
cers' Wives and NCO Wives; 
Oceana; Secretaries from Dam 
Neck; the Squires Qub, Star of 
the Sea; The Cattolic Daughters 
of America. 



D.E. Club Elects David Mitchell 



LYINNHAVEN — The Princess 
Anne Chapter of the Distributive 
Education Clubs of America, 
DECA, recently held election and 
installation of its officers for the 
coming year. 

The officers and their positions 
are as follows; David Mitchell, 
president; Gloria Gilliam, first 
vice - president; Chuck Midkiff, 
second vice - president; Elayne 
Johnson, secretary; Jeanne WH- 
kerson, treasurer; Linda Wagner, 
reporter; and Larry Dowdy, his- 
torian. 

The Distributive Education 
Clubs of America began in Roa- 
noke, Virginia in 1941. There are 



now over one-hundred progranK 
in the state, the largest being at 
Princess Anne School, with an en- 
rollment of eighty-five members 
The coordinators at the Princess 
Anne Chapter are Miss Sue C. 
Lassiter and Mr. Vernon R. Cher- 
ry. The supervising coordinator 
is Mr. George L. Coffer. 

D.E. is a phase of vocational 
education designed for those en- 
gaged in distributing goods and 
services to the public, including 
all retail, wholesale, and service 
occupations. The program in- 
cludes classroom training in the 
many facets of distribution and is 
related by the student to his on 
the job traihing. 




Heading up the Princess Anne Distributive Education Club 
are (left to right) Gloria Gilliam, Larry Dowdy, Oiuck Midkiff, 
Dave Mitchell, Linda Wagner, Jeanne Wilk»sc» and ElayiM 
Jdmson. 



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NOTES FROM YOUR AGRICULTURAL AGENT 



Is «rM8 wMi ^to «H|noe: '^e 
hoiie and cow is in li^isgslure'?" 
Tomay: "Vifiosm^ i>ne ought 
MmTi to pi^ Ae lady fir^." 

M<ft>p tttaivtf tid imfanng 
Uwf fw vnail £1^ ^ covm- 
cit]f> ae«iw« nade ibe kte^ p^ 
gnm <rf tm week thk faU. Be- 
^Bt raini sup{^e.l moiatoire for 
|siowi^ aod' ttaitiiig iSN -OTese 
J^ miide top H>eed. Late hay 
harvert was «Uwe. 

C«mi harre* <or grain made a 
^ Wbf*WttW the ^imnetaA 
r1$§^ d»Mt 80 p»«»rt com- 
piilfc. YisMi are b^ter tfaan ex- 
P^AkI fio onO^ tevu bnt ex- 
Mtely Uhtcnb otiten. 

fq^ea^ enMning Im not 
aWMd. tti^ fields are turning 
y^lNr iHrt ^Ul held leaves. Mudi 
<^ #e late acrea^ is green and 
pMl are immature. Rroi^wcts tay 
1^^ nd warm weaiher is 



Iwaet potato harvest is ^tting 
into ftill swHng with good ytel* 
(d tm qiu^ swe^ potatoes. The 
f#nftpf>f #rif and Gold ru;^ varieitts 
air i^Vtel nnich tetter yieidi on 
tki» #n»ime titan Is t'tato Itico, 
ottr (^ ^tiritfibed vartoty. ^lal- 
^ ^ Oe Centennial is r«^ 
gMPtUi year. 

flaiiey and <^s aeedttng junqjed 
(o^ paront c«iqdete, irixwt on 
fdtfdide. W^it fiattOag ^ ^- 
^ umterv^y. Seeding of mixed 
gntai nid graasN f or piang aid 
de#ir eroitt made good progneas. 

tale tor cxi^b^ CMrtinued. A 
lawlb iatting <rf A!&d& in»le 
gt»tf i|nj^. Nrt yields are low. 

nHttwee improved during tlw 
v^ iMt the cod ni^^ nuMte 
gHM ^ to aeni <wtth little 
tfMMi. rescue looib best. 

~^" mo FtEDER CALF 



THa results of the Feeder Calf 



»le ai% encouraging. Prices paid 
for (ahes at ^erimrg were 
equal to prices |aid In the Rich- 
mond tale, and better than some 
other sales ih Che more produc- 
tive o^e ares. 

Choice Hereford and Angus 
Steer Calves ranging from 300 to 
400 pounds brought $27.75 to 
$28.75 cwt. Four hundred to 550 
pound choice steers brought 
$28.25 to $27.75, Choice ^eers 
weighing over 550 lbs., $23.25 to 
$24.50. 

Good rage steers brought abmit 
tl^ mane pri(^ in the r^pectiv^ 
weigM grou{» as dioice, wtth 
medium bringing 1 to 2 cents per 
pound less. 

Heifers of good and choice 
grades brougM $23.00 to |24.00 

SMITHFIELD FEEDiR SALE 

On Saturday, October 19, at 
1:00 p.m., there wfll be a special 
feeder saJe at SnuUifield. Cattle 
shouM go in the stockyaitls Satar- 
day morning. 
WINTER SHRUB PROTECTION 

A irfa^ic i?>ray is one of the 
be^ ways to pro^tct bnadleaf 
evergreens from winter injury. 
SaiAi sprays should be put on 
betwe^ mid-'Novranber and early 
D«:end)er. 

Apiriy a thin film to leaves and 
twigi. A repeat spny on a waroi 
day in ^muary may be i^eded 
for fKkUtioajd proie^on, as 4he 
material toub to '^wwttier off 
tiw l(4iage. 

•nils ^fpe spny giv« excellent 
pr(rtec*ion frwn wiinffl- sun which 
(rften cmses a tNiming of the foli- 
^ on broadleaf tmsc^^m. It 
v^ also re&K» tnuufMr^on of 
nmi^ire in ttie y^nm wtiich will 
help the plant come throu^ the 
wMer hi better condition. 

For half-hardy or new^ plant- 
ed ^inri», i wtaid screot will pro- 
vide some protection. Such a 



screen nwy be made of any ma- 
terial which wUl T&mSsn ih i^aaa 
and \*hich will Mt rot." Sna«r 
taKe and burlap are often used 
to prefect shrubi. Mats of straw 
are made comriiercially for this 
purpose. They may be rolled up 
and put away at the end of the 
^ason for use another year. 

Do not remove winter screens 
in the spring until all danger of a 
retuni of winter has pa^ed. 
March, with its wind and brilliant 
sunshine, is one of the moat try- 
ing months. However, as screens 
are Uis«d to protect against wind 
and sunshine as much as against 
cold, they should remain in plaa 
until the vroather is ^ring-like 
and settled. 

Water plants adequately in the 
fall, so the soil is well supplied 
with moisture. 
ELECTRIC CIRCUIT 
PROTECTION 

Do you often have to replace a 
fuse in your wiring system? Are 
you hmited in the number of 
appliances that can be used at 
one time without blowing a fuse? 
Have you installed fuses of larger 
capacity to prevent blown fuses? 

If your answers to these ques- 
tions are "Yes", take a new look 
at your wiring system! A "yes" 
answer shows that your wiring is 
not adequate, and you may havef 
some safety hazards present. 

When a fuse blows, it's a sign 
of trouble! It's a warning th»t 
something is wrong. There may 
be too much electrical load con- 
nected to the circuit, or there may 
be a short circuit caused by faul- 
ty wiring or defective appliances. 
If there is too much lo^ on the 
circuit, the best solution is to add 
additional circuits to your wiring 
system. 

Many families have added ap- 
pliances with Mle re^rd for 
expanding tiieir wiring sy^m. 



The result is often inadequate, 
uMng. If your htttfe kas a ^>od j 
wiring system, you stouM raraly | 
have to replace a foaa and ^l 
shouldn't be hmited ta the num- 
ber of apphtaiSm 4Miad at one 
time. 

Cirouts in a wirii^ system are 
protected by one of two devices — 
fuses, or circuit breakers. Every 
circuit in your wiring contaiiM 
one of these prote<Aive devices. 
They have only one function, 
safety! 

When too much dectricky 
flows in the circuit, it cuts off the 
electricity befme damage is done. 
When a small wire carries too 
nnich current, it may get hot 
enough to start a fire. With prop- 
er circuiit protection, the fuse or 
circuit breaker opens the circuit 
before the wires get hot enou^ 
to cau% trouble. 

Tlie me of wire in the circuit 
governs the size of circuit pro- 
tective device to use. For exam- 
ple, a circuit of number 14 wire 
should be protected with a 15 
ampere fuse or circuit breaker. 
The device can have a rating of 
20 ampers if number 12 woe is 
used in the circuit. 

When a fuse blows there's al- 



ways a tendency to replace it with 
one of a Urger iiu. % tt un^fe 
to UM oversize fu^s or U> tamper 
vdA ftises ih ai^ way to restore 
swvice. Bemendter, it's the size 
of wire in the circuit ttiat govenu 
the size of fuse to use. 

If your wiring sy^em is pro- 
tected witfj circuit breakers, you 
dont have to wony about some- 
one's increasing their capacity. 



Cir<Hut breakers are availaUe in 

dij^erent M|^ nAin^, #ich as 
1^^, 2^ m, etfr^tf cha^ the 
nti^ it to nMiM^aY ts leplace 
tte entire de^ee. 

This tan't true witSi ftiseSi For 
example, you <an buy plug fus^ 
in dies up to 30 ampers. So, tt's 
possible to install a % ampere 
fuse in a circuit of number 14 
wire which Wouldn't have a ftise 



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larger than 15 amperes. Over- 
mr^ isWuA^lpc^^ 
" piAH fi^^ ttk fAse^Bid dr- 
cvk bs«ahefs arb a irtrt of ycwr 
wlrii^ sy^em to provi<te needed 
protection. If you have troi^de 
with blown ftises or tripped cir- 
cuit breakers, coi^ider adding ad- 
ditional ch-cuits to your whing 
syartem. 




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ADmiUL STOBAGE I TKiUiSFER CORP. 

I Ml t BahKAv*., Virginia Buch 41S-2S33 

ACtNT fOt tNGll UOTHlia. INC. 



HfllfC 

filp if iP fortruok owners 
wlw naed a new one now 



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cAnm tk9 la$t thm y§a koagkt to 
gin yu mop§ tor /sari* mo»§y: 

Double-wall censtructloii. This fea« 
MM of t«hev»det cabs and the Fle^aide 
pi^up body haa two advantages. Insula- 
tion and sound-deadening material is 
aandwMied betw ee n the two layera of 
ateel in tiie cab to give you more comfort; 
ki tte tody^ the lower inner wall acts aa 
« faUfler against load damage, preaerving 
the outer appearance of the truck. ' 

SiMp«iwioii to' fit the truck. Conven.' 
tional half- and three-quarter-ton models 
have independent front suspennon with 
variable rate coils in tl% rear. Variable 
i rate coils do not "bottom out" as readily. 

. Mediums and heavies have I-beam 
suspension with variable-rate leaf springs. 
It automatkally stiffens as the load 
increases— and vice versa. It means a 
smoetAier, flatter ri<fe regardless oi load, 
a bet^ handling truck. 

Tha right angina. Chevrolet never haa 
l)een in better poaition to give you the 
type and size you need for. maximum 
efficimcy. Today there are' many dif- 
fereat capacities of gasoline and dieael 



Chevrotet truck engmes-^fours. sizes, 
V8's.f " " - - 

N Strongar fram*a. Kvery conventional 
1964 Chevrolet truck has a ladder-type 

, frame. Tlus type is more resihent, better 
able to give with the load and terrain. 
Its simple design also makes it easier to 
mount special bodies on the truck. Its 
riveted side rails are stronger. 

Graatar model selection. This tune 
you're going to find it a simple matter to 
pick tlw exact type of Chevrolet truck 
for the kind of work you do. In delivery 
trucks, for instance, in addition to regu- 
lar |>anel8 and pickups, we have eleven 
different sizes of ready-made walk-in 
vans, some with fuU-width rear doors. 

Quality and value. Chevrolets today 
are a lot more truck than your inoney 
bought the last time, and yet the price 
tag is just about the same as 5 or 6 years 
ago. Call your Chevrolet dealer for infor- 
mation or for a demonstration. 



CHEVROLET 



Quality trucks always cost less! 



1964 CHEVROLET TRUCKS 




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any type of truck 



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CLARK CHEVROLET CORP. 

VKGINIA BiACH, VA 



HIS — he writes checks for automobile expenses/ 
pocket money, dothes, the mortgage payment, 
utilities and an o^asional fishing or Iwnfing frrp. 

HiRS — she vsrrites checks for the wM^ciy groceries, 
ciaamng and loundryi the hatrdre»er. 



new clothes for the chlMren, nursery sehed and 
an ottaslonoi shopping trip. 

TQOpTHil - a balanced budget and a complete 
recdnl of expenses, thanks to their Vlrginio Mstiomd 
Chwking ^count. 




GINIA 
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i irsMrtice of thrift. EiKxrarage 

office, or <m Stamp Day at 

fcceive a certpme signed by the seven Mercury 

remind him #^ buy that first Savings &amp this 

week, and kw^ oo^b^iflf fl«Bi n^Miy^ «jt erf h is earnings otallowaiK». 



him to Wy (Jqi^ Sutfts &Vtt^ $attps eadi Week — at tl|^ post 
School. With Ae fim sti^ ^u^ehftaed, hell r 
Astn»»uts, makii^.hte a fvmix Astroi»rat. So 



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The twin Who saves hersetf clothesline drud^ry also saws money with her 
gentle, fast electric dryer. An authoritative study by the Ameocan Home 
Laundry Manufacturers' Association indicates average families with dryers 
spmd $125 less a year for clothes and linens than similar families using a 
clothesline. Savings enough to pay for your electric dryer In just two y^rs! 
And rij^t now, there's an extra saving. Ask your Authorized Live Better 
Electrlcayy Appliance Dealer for^tull details on VEPCO's specif offer of 

$15 OFF ELECTRIC DRYER INSTALLATION 





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JHs .Jun ZJo CJooi? 

Gift SiiifMe to Autumn Saltds 



Make way for the rip-snortin'est^ 
sportin'est Comet ever built— 
the hot new Comet Caliente 




Th«r«*s ii«w%^am in CenMt's slyHng... 
n«w ecranri in Us •ngines— up le a special 
higli-p«rfomionc« 289 cu. In. V-8— now 
in action In Iho Comot Durability ItunI 

mUETIN-Povtonq tooch, Fia. 

On October 11, the lead car in the 1964 Comet 
Durability Run completed 50,000 miles at speeds 
well over 100 mph. This Comet— specially equip- 
ped ondpreporedforjiigh-spe^^ 




—was still going strong os this went to press. 

The same skills and engineering excellence that 
are helping to make Comet's Daytono perform- 
ance possible go into every '64 Comet. This is a 
surprisingly hot new kind of Comet . . . engineered 
with the most responsive engines in its field. 

Elegance in a compact-price car 

The '64 Comet is newly styled— bigger, bolder 
lookin^with elegance usually found only in lead- 
ing luxury cars. Example; the top-series Caliente 
features interiors with walnut-like paneling. 

Every bit as hot as it looics 

The '64 Comet is newly designed . . . with a new 
vyider, road-gripping stance . . . big-car ride and 
comfort. A hot new lineup of luxury options in- 
cludes power steering, power brakes. See the '64 
Comets at your Mercury deoler's now. 

llNCOlN-ME«CU»Y DIVISION C^Sd^ MOTOI COMfANt 



Tliese gUstening individual Party Pear Salads with tteir c<dor. 
ful pink dressing are sure to make your Autumn meala more 

^* Fresh* BartfeS pears used here are now in seaton. Morat^ 
grown and harvested at the peak of their jn?to"ty' P««^£*^h 
letts are imUvidually wrapp«i and carefully packed to reacft 
yoS k^al^ket fa aupeilSrcondition. THeir beauttful size and 
iSdous juidwat make^em a deUcacy for out-of-hand eating 

"fo^T dS of pace at tte end of a busy "T«S' '%*S? 
fresh BarUett pears frequently, as in this recipe «w Party Pear 
Salads. 

Party Pen Salads 

4 tttA Bai&tt Pears 
. 4 pineapple rings 

3 ounces cream cheese 

2 tablespoons chopped marasduno cherries 
2 tablespoons chopped nuts 

Pineapple juice 

CMsp p^ns 

Par^PinkDresdnS 

Ped. halve and core fresh peam leaving stems on. prata piw» 
apde. Cream softened cream cheese with chemes and nuts, a^» 




over pineapple ring on ciiiq? gre«is tm individual salad idat«i 
T<« with Party rak Dressing. Makes 4 Mndaga. 
Party FU DnnlBg 

Ml cup idiwapple JOM 
% cup sugar 

1 teaspoon salt . „ 

2 tablespoons meltea amet 
H cup lemon juice 

Maraschino diary joict 

Combine e^fi. pineawple Juice, sugar, salt tni ««*«*. *«"« 
in top of datelwilefrbeating until tended. Jpijto beat to 
lemon juice. Stir and cook over boiling water until thidc. Oull. 
Thin and tint with maraschino dierry juice hetiHre servmg. 

Three cheers for the quick-to- 




MERCURY PRODUCT 



ALPHIN MOTORS INC 

857 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 



428-7121 



fix snack! And a bonus che^ for 
the snack that includes whole- 
some, refreshing fre* Bartlett 
pears from the Pacific Coast 
States. Adaptable BarUett pears 
form the basis of many good eat- 
ing treats. Pair them up with 
crackers, an asa»rtment of ci^ep^ 
and ever-popular popcorn, hdt 
and buttery. Just perfect for a 
fall evening's refreshment. 

Make a place now for luscious 
Pacific Bartletts at the top of your 
shopping list. Grown in tiie moun- 
tain valleys of the Pacific Coa^ 
States, BarUett pears are a prem- 



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WINTER 
WON'T 
WAIT!! 

You shouldn't eithei;!! Call us 
now for FREE HEATING SYS- 
TEM INSPECTION. No obliga- 
tion—Radio dispatched trucks, 
staffed with our heating ex- 
perts are waiting for your call. 
Complete heating service and 
installation with guaranteed 
satisfaction. DONT WAIT - 
WINTER WON'T!!! 





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MAXIMUM RUST 
fPROTEaiON 



With winter coming on now is the 
time to protect metal surfaces with 
Aresto-Rust Primers. Aresto-Rust 
Primers hb.-^ out-performed many 
known brands of 
metal primers . , . 
and Aresto - Rust is 
oriced much lower. 
For maximum pro- 
tection and big 
value we recom- 
mend Lucas Aresto- 
Rust. 




YOUR ORE PIT IS GOOD 



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EUECTRICAL SUPPUEffl!V<» 



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JsdsplwtUL niNCESS ANNE i^) 426-2660 




PRINCESS ANNE STATION OPPOSITE CIH HALL VIRGINU BEACH, YA. 



ium fruit. They have been washed 
and sorted and carefully packed 
far shipping to assure each home- 
maker she is purchasing superior 
fruit. These beauties make a per- 
fect centerpiece for a table or fiD 
the bill when a quick gourmet 
dessert is needed. Simi^y add as- 
sorted cheeses, give everyone a* 
fWiit knift, aid dessert wfll be a 
sure success. 

The climate of the mountain 
valleys of the Coast States is per- 
fect pear-growing land. Warm, 
sunshiny days, cool nights, ridi 
volcanic soil and just ia» right 
amount of rainfall provide excel- 
lent growing conditions for the 
pears. Fr^ Bartletts are harvest- 
ed at the peak of tree maturity 
but while they are stiH green in 
color. If the Bartlett peara you 
buy are still green in color, sim- 
ply hold them at room tempera- 
ture for a few days until they 
turn golden yellow. 

The cheese chosen here to com- 
plement fresh Bartlett pears are 
Edsmi, sharp Cheddar and Ro^e- 
fort. Crisp crackers and fresMy 
popped and buttered popcorn are 
the crunchy partners selected to 
complete) this popul^ fresh pear 
snack. Whatever the variety of 
crackers and cheese you choose, 
they're sure to be pc^jff wiien 
you serve them with ^cy fresh 
mountain BarUett peais. 
DRY MACAROONS— ROLLED 
FINE CHERRY GARNISH— 

Spread rim of cut side of pear 
with softened cream cheese, fill 
cavity of pear with jelly — ^pla:e 
half pear on this, making a whole 
pe^ l^d togettier with ^e creMn 
chee%. Coat wkh the fine maca- 
roon crunAs. Chill — serve upr^rt 
in a lettuce cup-^md top with 
cherry blossom. To make fflie 
cherry blossom (if using at Christ- 
mas time call it a poinsettia) — Use 
a sharp knife and make 6 or 8 
cuts in a maraschino daarty frwn 
pitted end to within 1/8 in. of 
round end— Flatten cherry, out- 
side up on paper towel. Press 
oirefuUy in center to separate 
petals. 

Pretty— eh? 

GOOD LUCK SALAD 

6 canned pear halves <drained) 
Currant jelly to M center of pear 
1 package (3 ox.) cream cheese, 
softened 

Place pear ctit side up on indi- 
vidual letitace lined sakd plates. 
Fin center of each pear wth jelly. 
Soften cre^n dwese with littte 
milk or fruit syrup. Use a a*e 
deconrtor, and make horsedwe 
around outer edge of pear leaving 
smaller part open — with the soVt- 
ened cre«n cheese — ^ft's pr^ty it 
it's good. 



WEDDING BELL SALAD 

12 caiowd pe^lialves 
Softened cream 
CXaraut Jelly 




Virginia Beach SUN-NBA^S 
Thursday, October 17, 1963 
Page 4-ft ^ 

OF INTEREST 
TO VETS 

By THOMAS A. MOORE 

INvMoH ^ Wn- Veterans' Claims 

Arw Director 

The Veterans Administration 
reports that ttKXisands of high 
ssAiod vtrfunteers did a grown- 
up this past summer as nwi- 
jmid volunteers at VA hospitals 
lliroughout the nation. They filled 
the gaps left at Ae hospitals 
while (5der volunteers were cmi 
VcTCatioos. 

Boys and girls worked m 
jAarmacy, dietics, d&ntal service, 
hospital libraries, therapy ac- 
tivities, rwreation and radio pn>- 
gruns ,and in escort service t^- 
m$ disabled veterans to and 
from clinic and therapy rooms. 
They shopped and wrote letters 
for |»tients and did errands such, 
as deliveting books and flowCTS 
to wards. 

These hi^ school vdunteers 
usually spent oi» day a week at 
tfie VA hospitals, but many 
umed up for additional duty. 

The minimum age for volun- 
teers at most of the hospitals is 
15. Those 16 and oWer do most 
of the tasks performed by adult 
volunteers. The ydunger volun- 
teesr are usually limited to tasks 
not involving direct contact with 
^e patients. 

P^ue visk my office on any 
claims w problems regarding 
bwielits for veterans and their | 
survivors. 

Maurice J. Hunger, my associ- 
ate, visits the Alan B. Shepard 
Convention Center, 19th Street* 
Pacific Avenue, on the second 
and fourth Thursday of each 
month, between the hours of 
noon and 4 ?.M. 



BAYSIDE BAPTEST cmjRCH 

1480 Pleasure House Road 

^Mtor-^ames V. De Fo« 

8:30 A 11:00 A.M.— Wonhip 

Service 
Sunday School— 9:20 A 10:10 a.m. 
8:0U P.M.— tveoing Service 



PRINCESS AJSNE PLAZA 

BAPTIST CHURCM 
P— tg r—RcT. Mdlite M^kcs 

243 Roaemont Road 
11 ».ni. & 7:30 p.m.— Woob^ 

Swvioes. 
9:30 A.M.— Sumtoy Sobool 
6:15 P.M.— Tmnmg Utakn 



BEACHLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH 

(W. T. Cooke School. 15tii S.) 
9:45 am. — Sunday Sduxd 
11:00 a.ni. — WorsWp Service 
7:30 pjn. — Evemng Worship 
7:30 p.in. — Wed. Prayer S«"vice 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 

Fred M. Fariss, Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Maraui$ Worship. 
6:^0 p.m. — Fslkwrahip Hour. 
7:30 pjn. — Evening Services. 



THALIA LYNN BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

(MectiBg in Atacefls A^ 

U^ School) 

9:30 A.M — Ikindi^ ScfaodL 
11:00 AM,~U0rxm$ Wctfab^ 



CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 

(Meetit% in new PonrfMxAe School) 
10:30 a.m. — ^Sermon & Wor*ip 
Chuich School starts is mid-Sep- 

temiber. 



FIRST COLONIAL 
BAFflST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial Road 
George 1. StaUin^ Paator 

9:45 a.m.- Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Momin-g Worship 
6:30 pm. — ^Trainii^ Untoo 
7:30 p.m. — ^Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m.— 'Mid-week service -Wed. 



St. Francis ^bct^l ChnKli 
Tke RcT. Cktftm E. Ci^uHr 
Vki ~ 



GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. H«t>ld ArriBjrton, Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday Sdiod. 
11:00 A.M.— Worship Servioo 
7:30 P.M.— Eveojng 0ervk«. 

Poitecostai 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

15th S&eet end Bidtic Avemie 
Elwood Kern, nutor 

9:45 a-m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning WorslK^. 
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 

Kkag'u Grant Baptist Clrarch 

King's Grant Road at Queeastxiry 
Drive, Lynnhaven, Va. 
Rev. H. E. Riehards, Jr^ Pastor 
lOKM) a.m. — Sunday Sdiool 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Workup 
7:30 p.m. — Evemng Servloe 



SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave. ' 
Bellamy Manor, Virginia Bauch, Va. 
L. W. MEACHUM, Pastor 

9:45 — Sunday School 
11:00 — Mormna Worship 

ST. MciibLAS 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Little Neck Road— iOng's Grant 

Rev. Nichobs I. Habets 

Sunday Masses; 

8:30 and 10:30 A.M. 
Confessions: 

4 to 6 p.m. Saturdays 
Catechism Class: 

10-12 Saturdays 
Baptism: After 8:30 a.m. Masses 



Now MeeUiw at Moakli's Plaza 

Bowteig Aiey. 
9:15 A.M.— Church School 
10:15 A.M.— Wor^rip Service 
Nurs«*y ftovid^ 

EMANUEL EP&ct>PAl CHURCH 

Kempsnlft Rowx, Kemnivtte 

1W Kmr. Cauolss R. McGldaj, 

Partor 

8:00 A.M.— Holy Commuiiioo 
9:15 A.M.— Family ^rvice and 

dniich S<^KX^ 

(Holy CoiniiM.nioii Mii 

&nday) 
11:15 A.M. Monrii^ Prayer and 

Sennoo 

(Holy Communira first 

Sunday) 
Nursery service av%ili*le 

EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Episc^) 
i. SiAi^ Sanicrs, Rector 
8:00 a.nj. — ^Holy Oommunioo 
9:00 a.m.— I'amily Service ani 

M#rnnig Prayer (3nd Sim- 
day Holy Communion.) 
11:00 ajn.—Alomkig Paryw »pd 
Seraoo (1st Soedair. IMy 
Cofmnuoioa.) 



H4YGOOP MgMOmiAS. 

METuamt ommim 

Bimide A Bay Swra Reads 
MNH G. Loofe fe, fw0im 
9:45 AM.— MonSii W<»il# and 

C3>iMft Scilool. 
11:00 AM.— Mantef ^fmAip anl 
CSiareh ScboM. 

(Hi DoMtfoB ^M«o^ ClMKh 
4«t WMk DuA KMi, BarMe 

8:00 A.M.-4iofy OosunffliOQ 

(Exnpt duitag rectors vaoatioci.) 
10:00 A.M.— Mwwmi Prayer and 
Sennoa (Holy CMunwion on 
ftraft ^lAday <rf each mootb.) 

MEmf^Sm^wuscH 

AereiMe -^ KeovsvOle 
llev. A. P. 



FDcST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

209 - 20th Street 
9:30 AM.— Sunday SdMol 
11:00 A.M.— Chuhch Service 
8:00 P.M.— Wednesday ServioB 



Your Social 
Security 

About 11% of the applicants 
for disability determinations un- 
der tiie social security program 
are being sefleoted for possible 
rehabilitotion services ... for, 
wten you apply for disability ben- 
efks, your case is referred to your 
State Vocational Rehabilitation 
Agency for possible assignee. 

K is recognized .that social se- 
airity insui^nce benefits cannot 
take the plaM of earnings from 
in-oduotive employment. There- 
fore, &te social security people 
are working togeUier toward full 
utilisation of all rehabilitation re- 
sources so that every applicant 
may receive the services needed 
to enalblt him to regain his ability 
to earn his own living. 

To encourage Ihe disability ben- 
eficiaries to return to work, the 
law provide benefits for a 9- 
month triil period of work. At 
the end of this nine moMhs, a 
new detennimrt^ion will be made. 
If the 4)enefici»y is found no 
longer under a doability, he will 
be given an additional 3 months 
<rf benefits befwe he is dropped 
from fee loHs. Because of this 
provision, Iwneficiaries need not 
fear "losing •awir benefits" while 
tstin^ ti«ir abiMtira to work. 

AddWonal information may be 
obtained at the Social Security 
District Office, ?20 W. Bramble- 
ttm Ave., Norf<^, Va. Their 
^ne number is 627-6436. 

CHURCH <MF GO» 

620 I4tfi Statet 
Bobby H. Sum, Pastor 
9:45 AM.—ai^dav School 
llrOO A.M.— Momins Woi^iip 
7:30 AM.— Evemn« Wors^p 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. T. M. Walker, Pastor 

9:30 ajn.— Church School 
(1:00 a.in. — Moming Wordiip 
7:30 pjn. — Evening Worsfa^ 

OCEAN PARK 
COMMUNITY CHURCH 

Parter N. Young. Pastor 
Da Ptmt Circle, BayskJe, Va. 
9:45 a.m.— Bible ScIkjoI. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wordijp. 
7:30 pjn. — Family Night Service. 

Oak Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay. Virginia 
ALVIN ST. CLAIR, PASTOR 

9:45 a.nj.— Church School 
11:00 a,m. — Morning Worriiq>. 

BIBLE BAPnST CHLIKS 

Bayside, Virginia 

Grcenwell Road & Lakeview Dr. 

Rev. David Moore, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.^Sunicky School 
11:00 a.m.— Moaming WorsWp 
7:45 p.m. — ^Evening WorsMp 



Star of the Sea 
CATHOLIC CHURCH ' 

Utii Street and Arctic C*rde 
REV. FRANCIS. V. BAMBRICK 

Si»aoay Masses: Winter, 8:60, 9:30 

11K)0 ajin. and 12:15 p.m. 
dimmer, June 15th thru Latx>r Etey, 

7:00, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a.m. and 

12:15 pm 
Holy Days, i.OO, 9:30 ajn. and 6:30 

p.m. 
Confessions, 4:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 

lo 8:00 p.m. Saturd:^ - 
Weekday Mass, 8 a.m. 

SUMMEU SCHEDULE 
Now thru Labor Day, unday Mass, 
6, 7, 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. ^ 12:15 
p.m. IXkily Mass, 8:45 a.m. 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25th and Mttic, Vfa-giaia Beach 
PHILIP PINCUS, RaMii 

7:30 A.M.— Sa^iccs Mon.-FW. 
8:15 p.m. — Friday - Sabbath Services 
10:00 a.m. — Sat. - Sabbath Service 
8:00 AM. — Services Sun. 



' ST. MATHEWS 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 
1010 Sandra Lane, Va. Beach, Va. 
Summer Masses: 7:30, 9:00, lOBO & 

12 Nomi. 
Confession each Saturday 4:00 pjn. 
to 5:00 pjn. aod 7:00 p.m. to 
8:00 p.m. 
Father O'Hara and Father Findli^ 
Phone Kl 5-9333 

FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

419 Wettrock Road, Norfolk 2, Vo. 
Rev. Cbuitis T. Hendricks, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Church SclkxH. 
11:00 a.m. — Mormng Wurriup. 

7:3ft pjn. — Evenins Worafhip. 

KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Back Bay, Va. 
Gene Hartsell, Mfadstcr 

10*0 A.M.— Bible School 
lite AM.— Morning Worship 
7:3© P.M.— Evemng Worsh^ 



KRunaBoel 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

JO 100 Virginia Beach Boi^vard 
' CTemporary Worship Center) 

Kemeth A. Prke, Pastor 
9:15 a.m. — Church School 
10:30 a.m. — ^Worship Service 
(Nursery for pre-scluK}! childrea 
duiii^ wwal^) 



Evangelical 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 
<» the Good Shcvtevi 

Atlantic and \9& Street 
Rev. John D. KdstCT, MiaMsv 

8:30 A.M.— Morning Worship 
9:45 A.M.— -Church School and 

Adult Bible Classes 
11:00 / U.— Morning Wwship 



OUR SAVIOUR'S- 
LUTHERAN CIRJRCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside, Virgioin 
KMincth R. Carbao^, Pastor 

8:30 A.M. — WOT^ip Service 
9:45 A.M.— Church School 
11.00 A.M.— Worship Sorvioo 



ST. JOMN^ BAPTIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Bnue B. Perfchis, Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Momii^ Warsl#. 

6:00 P.M.— B.T.U. 

7:00 P.M.— Evenii^ Worship. 



London BrU^ 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge, Vii^nia 
G. Edward Hughes. Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Mommg Worship. 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 




BONDS 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th Stif«et at Holly Road 
H. WadcU Waters, Putor 

Sunday School 9:30 A.M. 

Morning Wor^ip — — 11:00 A.M. 

Training Uirion 6:15 P.M. 

Evening S^vioe 7:30 P.M. 

Evening Services 30 minutes bUer 
May 15-Se pt. 15. 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 

In Prlneen Aniw Ooaatf en H^way 
615 Vi mile Paarti Ocnoa Air StBtioB 
on rt^t 
T. J. T^^e, Seniag as Mfaiiste 

Sunday M»ol _ 9:45 AM. 

Worship Service 11:45 A.M. 

Evening Service 7:30 P.M. 



CHURCH OF CHRIST 

521 Va. Beach Mvd., Oceana, Va. 
James W. Medlk, Mfaiktcr 

10:00 a jn.— Bible Stady 
IIM a.m.— Mondng Worship 
6:30 p.m. Evening Worshq> 



PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CmJRCH 

(MiMouri Synod) 
Rev. J. Elner Mc<ley, Pastor 

Meeting at Malibu Schoqj 
9:15 a.m. — SuTKlay School and 

Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m. — Divine Worship 
Holy GMiMBunion— Isl and 3rd 
&ui&y. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
METHODIST CHURCH 

307-1 8tfa Stnet 
REV, BEVERLY TELTY 

8:30 a.ai«— Wonhop Service Sammer 

MooflhSi 
9:45 a.ni.— Chach Scftool 
1 1 :00 nm.—^fotMp Sorvke 

BETHEX, METHODIST CHURCS 

Cneds 
Ralph W. Johnson, Pastor 

10:00 A.M.— Morning Worship 
I 11:00 AM.— ClMurcfa School 



9:45 a.m.— Oiurch Sdwrnl. 
11.00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.nL— Yo«(th FeUowdi^ 

LYNNBAVEN 
MBTRdDITf *CMUIICH 

Little N^dt Road 
Rev. WaMir A. W^ttiiwM, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.-— Chvcch Sctool 
11:15. »ja.— M omii^ WorsUp 

KaattM Uand 
METIfODCrr CHURCH 

l^Mtts Mland. N.C. 
Itohtft C. BbKfc, Minister 

10:00 a,m. — Sunday School. 
ll:m a.m.— Worslup Service. 

BAYLAKE METHODISr CHURCH 

Shore Drive at Treasure Island I>. 

Bayside 

Mbiister, OSCAR S. GOOD 

8:30 & II AM.— Worship Service 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday Sciux>l 

Cbarity 
METHODEST CHURCP 

Back Bay, Vhgfai* i 
lg0f. WObn A. Moom to. 

10:00 a.m.— Cbiirch Sclwol. 
11:00 a.m.— Moraii^ Worsh9. 

SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anoe, Virginia 
Rev. Fraak D. JaoMC 
10:00 am —Morning Wonfiflp. 
11:(K) a.m.— Church School. 
7:30 pan.— You* Fdlowwhip 

OCEANA 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

S. Court House Rd., Oceana, V*. 
Paul A. AMrkh, Pastor 

9:45 ajB.— Sunday Sdiod 
10:45 a.m.— ^Monni^ Worship 

Bayside 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Near Robbins Comer 
Her. I. Wb Johnson. Pastor 
9:45 a.m.— Swday School. 
11:00 a-m.— liomin« Worst^. 



Cahrarr 
PRESBYTHRIAN CHURCH 

Firat Stocet. Glenrock, Norfolk, Va. 
E. Growdi Ceolcy, Pastor 

9;45 a.m.— Chitfcb School. 
11:00 a.m.— Momtag Worship. 
6:J0 p.m.— What-Nots FcllowsiBp. 
6:30 p.m. — PiMieer Fdlowsbip. 
6:30 pjn.— Youn« People's Fi^low- 
ihip. 



FIRST 
PRESBVmBAN CHUSCH 

Pacific Avenue at 36lfi j|reet 
Henry G. Margsa f 
I. Pad Voedttdl 
Mhrictos 



How wonderful is enthusiasm. Mom and Dad 
will forgive this noise. They catch the spirit and 
joy of their young drummer boy. 

Enthusiasm is not limited to small fry. But as 
we grow older, these joyous moments when oar 
spirits ride high, wear thin and are diluted by 
everyday cares. 

This is true of «ur religious experience. Often 
we are filled with eager enthusiasm when we pray 
and worship. Our church can guide this energy in 
channels of service and love. 

bS; often our religious enthusiasm f aili. In these 
moments when our spirits lag, we are sustained and 
encouraged by the enthusiasm of our fellow Qark^ 
tians. 

How wonderful is enthusiasm. Come to church 
to have it renewed — Sunday and always. 



THK CHURCH FOR ALU 
AU- FOR THK CHURCH 

Th* Church b tiM pmtart r«(> 
tor on Mrth for tha bulMlw St 
ebarkcUr and good stia^Mhiii. 
It ia 1 •tor^uniw a(*pirH«rt VaU 
■M*. Without • tteans Church, 

f Bwthac d«mw:racy nor dvilita- 
tian can mrviva. Th«a ara fimr 
■onnd raaaoH why avery panos 
■houk) attmd aatvicaa rafutarif 
and iupport tha Church. Thay 
ara: (1) For hia awn i»lia. (2) 
Tor hia children'i taka. (3) Toe 

\ tha Mlie of hia cominiMUty and « 

aatioB. (4) For tha iaka U th« 
Church itialf, which naada hia 
BM»al and material au^wt. *■ 
Plan to i» to church r i pilM ly 
a»A reai y«|ir BibU 4aUy. !J 



Copyright 1968, Keiatcr A4vcrtbins Sarriea, Inc., Straaburs, Va. 




Sunday 

Ezra 
6:16-22 



Honday 
Psahns 
16:1-11 



Tnesday 
Isaiah 
68:6-t4 



Wednesday 
Matthew 
13 .•18-23 



Thursday 

Lnke 
21:34-38 



Friday 

11 Corinthians 

1:3-11 



Saturday 

Colossians 

1;3-14, 



LYNNHAVEN COLONY 
LTVITED CHURCH 

Congregational^ Christian 
CtcsH Neck Road near ^ore Dr. 

Rev. Sam Nelson, Pastw 
9:4.S a.m. — Suraiay Sdtool 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 



Virsbda Beach 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

taskin Road, Linkhom &ty 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
REV. GENE GARRICK 
Intolm Pastor 

11:00 a.m.— Mwning Worship 

11:30 a.m. — Childjirai's Chuni 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Servi<». 



BLACKW.4TER BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

Route 4 At Vtackwater 

Pastor — Rev. Oaiy 1. TlM>mps(Mi 

11:00 A.M.— M<»wng Worslup 

10:00 A.M.— ^trfay SdiooI 

"Serrliv Ged aid «w CmmMomOty of 

BhKlnraiv Staca 17S4'' 



DIAMOND SPRINGS 
CHRKTIAN CHURCH 

Disciples of Chrirt 

6700 W. Haden Road 

Near Little (jreek Ferry 

G. David Shrceves, Pastor 

8:45 A.M.— Worship Service 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday -School 
11.00 A.M.— WorsWp Service 
6:30 P.M.— Youth Groups 



KEMPSVnXE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7120 Kempsville Road 
A. D. BhNmt, Pastor 

9:45 A.M.— Strocby School 
11:00 A.M.— Morning WorA^ 
8:00 P.M.— Evraiing Worship 

BAYSDE CHRISTIAN CHUKCS 

(CongrmatioBal) 

S»re Drive and Greenwell 9joad 
Earl L. FarreU, Minister 

9^45 A.M.— Worehip Service.' 
P;45 A.M.- Sunday Schooi 
11:00 A.M.^Wot^ Sendee. 

ASSEMWLYOF GOO 

Virg^nk Beadi Boulevai4 

East Lane — Ocesma 

Rev. Samnel D. Beiler, Jr., Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:30 pjn£vangelis^ Service. 



PLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

Meeting at Plaza School 
HERBERT G. HOBBS. Pastor 

9:45 A.M.— Momiig Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 
7:00 P.M.— Youth Feltowship 



9:45 Church School 
11:00 Morati^ Worship 
6:00 You* Fdowships 
7:30-8:00— Sunday evening QapA 
WeaptT Service i 



ST. GREGORYS CATHOUC 
CHURCB 

7271 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Rev. Damian Abbatlccfaio, 0»S.B. 
MASSES: 7:00, 8:00, 1»:00; Mih 
Mass, 12:00 noon. 
Ooafeesk»» are oo Saturdriy, 7.30- 
8:30. 



GALILEE EPBTOPAL CHURCH 

40ft and Pacific— GA 8-3573 

The Rev. Edmund Bt^aHej, Reetet 

RcT. Macon B. Wd(M 

Asastant Rector ■ 
8:00 a.m.— HOLY ODMMLTNTON 
9:00 a.m.— MORNING PRAYER 
AND SERMON 
(Holy Conwmiraon 4th Sumtay eadi 
month) 
11; IS am—MORNING PRAYtR 
AMD SERMON 
(Holy Cdtmunkm 1st Suocby of each 



Nimmo 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess AntK, Virgiiaa 
Rer. Frank D. lamca 
10:15 a.m. — ChunA School 
11:15 »..m.—}AoTmag Worshy 

Taheneacto 
METHODICT CHURCH 

Ptincess Anne, Vlrgink 
Rev. LeRoy Davis. MUiter 

9:45 a.m. — Ctiurch School. 
11:00 a^n. — Momiog Worsld^. 

BEECH GROVE 
METHODIST CIIURCH 

Princess Anne 
RaMi W. Johnson, Putor 
10:00 A.M.— OmnA Scaool 
11:00 A.M.— Mommg Wonh^ 

THALU METHODIST CHURCH 

Rne Ave. & Va. Beach Blvd. 
Rev. B. J. Gmelt, PMiir 

^ 9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
l(fc45 am.— WorsUp 

I. *- ■- 

METHODIST CHURCH 

Vir^nia Beadti Boulevard, Lynnhavm 

Douglas thari, p a itor 
8:45 a.m. aiKi 11 a.m.— wrvioee 
9:45 a.m.—Oiiirch School 
6:30 p.m.— Yoirtii Felow^ 

PRANOS A»URY 
MBTHODSr CHURCH 

Great fleck R(»d 
E. I. T^or, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Chisvh School 
11:00 sja.- MonA% Wordiip 

Scott MomtM 
MCTHODWr CBVWCBi 

Gr<»t Neck Ro^ Oceana, Va. 
1^. Ut H. ^chtfvdc fm$Bt 

9:45 a.Bi.— €*6«h ScMl f 

11:00 a.3t.— Moraing W<»^rfp 
1M P4D.— Ymdii ftOamia^ 



THE PREOTYTERIAN CHURCH 

IN PRINCaSS ANNE PLAZA 

Wentz J. Miller, Miaistn 

Meeting m the Plaza 
EfemeoAary School 

amday Sdbooi — 9:45 A.M. 

Churdt Servke 11:00 A.M. 



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Christ hesbyterian Chnrcfa 

1200 Arafooa Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley, Minima' 
8:30 A.M.— Worship and Church 

School 
9:30 A.M.— Wtorahip and Church 

School 
11:00 A.M.— Workup and Oiurdi 
Scbofd. 



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KING'S GRANT ^ 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the King's Grant 

Elementary SdKxd) 

RaymiHid C. FBttmi, Pastor 

9:50 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Morniiv Worship. 

LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marion R. Webb, Jr., Minister 

9:45 a.m. — Church SdKXil 
11)00 a.m. — Momlt^ Worship. 

6:30 p.m. — Youth FellowAip. 

6:30 p.m. — Picmeer FellowsMp. 

7:30 pjn. — Evening Wordilp. 



ROSE'S 5-10-25C STORES, INC. 

309 3Isl St. « 1901 AttoBtIc AvoHM 
Yoeir Sbopi^ Ce^u 



CAVALIER GARAGE 

|(NC>iNY DUDLEY 

MMe^ Bdtad Hotel 

bd^poM^Bfllr Operated 

fUlbr Rd. * Camlior Dr. 

Dfail GA 8.1131 Vlrgiiita 



RUSSELL & HOLMES 

"Where ShopptBg b a '««•«•" ,__. 
1908 Atfayitic Avenue Vmhil* BeMl 

GA 8-4801 
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"Friendly Service plus Quality Prododa' 
3Iat Street airf Baltic Avenue 
Telephone GA 8-4»8 Virginia " 



Tkdia Tilnirr 
nU^YlUUAN CHURCH 

--^ Now meeiihg in the 
Thkia EkmeiMry Sdnml 
lrrl« R. SteUis, »flrister 
9;30 A.M.— Mottdog WotsImp 
10:45 A.M.— Church SdKX^ 



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ST. MAUE A.MJS. CHURCH 

*" Oceana, Va. 
Km. D. P. Felton, Pastor . 

9-30 a-ts.— SuKlav SdbocA. 
11:00 ajn.r-W«B«»up Seffjca. 



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VA. lEACH AUTO SUPPLY, INC. 

Phone GA 8-8586 
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IM on and Kcrew 

Dial GA 8-S38S 



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VfafgWa Beach 



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Commonwedlh of Virgima, In 
the Clerk's Office of tlie Cfaciiit 
Oonrt ei tke Oty of Vir^ 
|k«ch, on die Mth day of Sep- 
iMibCT, 1963. 
BARBARA L. CAHILL, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
JAMES CURTIS CAHD-L, 

Drfenckmt. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATICMS 
The (^ject c^ ttris suit is to 
obtain a cRvorce A Vinculo Ma- 
trimonii from the said defendabt, 
upon the grounds of adultery. 

And an affidavit having been 
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Virginia, the fast known post 

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office address being: 800 Mili- 
tary Highway, Norfolk, Virginia. 
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Virginia, it Is ordered that he do 
appear here wiftin ten (10) days 
anw due publication hereof, and 
do what may be ne<%ssary to 
protect bis Interest in this suit. 
A e«H>y — ^TeatK 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 
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Vireinta National Bank Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9-26-4TH 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY CTVm 
that pursuant to Sections 29-125, 
29-126 and 29-127 of the Code of 
Vli^nia, the Commission of Game 
and Inland Fisheries on October 
14, 1963 or(tered the following 
regulation rescinded. 

Regulation 70, reading as fol- 
lows, is beretoy rescinded: 

It shall he unlawful to leave 
any landing or mooring in Prin- 
cess AiUM County to hunt water- 
fowl except the one generaUy in 
use suod all mat blinds, <tecoys or 
otiier floating devices us^ to 
hUi^ wsrterfowl shidl be taken up 
immediately following ^e close 
of t4ie shooting day and brought 
to irfiOTC as soon thereafter as pos- 
sible. No rigs will be permitted 
to leave the shore sooner toan 
thirty minutes before sunrise' and 
no shooting will be permitted be- 
fore sunrise, and all shooting for 
waterfowl over Back Bay and its 
natural tributaries ^aH cease at 
four o'clock P.M. Eastern Stand- 
ard Time. 

This shall become effective No- 
vember 1, 1963. 
OOMRflSSION OF GAME AND 
INLAND FISHERIES 
T. O. Watkins, Chairman 

10-17— IT 



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k Building Supply, Inc. 



NmfSBOY BICYCOJ— with large 
basket. Heavy duty Columbia. 
$25. Needs tire. See at 245 
Driftwood Road, Pinewood Gar- 
dens, Lynnhaven. Also anall 
foreign - macte girls bicycle. 
Hate offer. 

93 Hovtoheid Goods 



ANNOMNCEMENTS 



10 Special Notlcos 



GUITAR LES^NS — Traditional 
styl^ taught. Call AUce Foster 
4284305. 



WMQi FOIiC-STYL?: BANJO 
Qualified tutor with professional 
background wiU teach you to 
play the traditional 5 string 
bin|o. Mountain, Folk and 
Bht^prass s^es taught. Also 
Folk Guitar. 426-9168. 



Mrs. Whtte'sSewing Room 

Now located at Ifflltop 

1687 Laskin Rd. 

AH ^pes alterations, dreaanaking. 



11 Transportation 



A & P Driveaways Inc.— We will 
deliver your car to or from any 
dty. Bonded drivers. Call 625- 
^)804. ^ 



AUTOMOTIVE 



20 Automobilos For Sale 



FOR SALE 196S TRUIMPH TR4 
like new condition. Sacrifice. 
Call Mr. Maddox at 4281242 
for furttier information 



ME3W:JURY — 1956 Montclair, 4- 
door hardtop sedan. Radio and 
heater. Excelilent condition. 
GA 8-7604. $300. 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Appliance Servicos 



VACUUM CLEANERS— Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and 
delivery. P-hone GA 84222. 
Fuel Feed & Building Sup- 
plies. In& 

3^ Building — kopairing '~ 

NEW 7^«ip^|fiPAIB WORK 

P!luniMaf-^ ^Heating 

Electrical — Air Conditioning 

PRSNCESS Amm PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SW»PLIt5RS, l^C. 

Thohe 426-^^ 

EMPLOYMENT 

40* H•^r-W•lllod^Fom•le 

yi II ,. n 1 1 . ■ m ' r 

MAID — ^To Ijve in. Experienced. 
References. No children. 'GA 
8^78. 



ANTIQUES— Estey Pedal Organ 
$150. Hand-carved marble top 
walnut buffet, 7% feet tall, 6 
feet long, 3 beveled mirrors. 
Make offer. See at Hirtz Bazaar 
at Oceana. Open 9 to 9. GA 
8-7088. 



APPLIANCES— Bargains in new 
and reconditioned refrigerMors, 
ranges, washere, dryers, and 
heaters. Buy or rent at Hirtz 
Bazaar in Oceana. Open 9 to 9. 
428-7088. 



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



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartments Fumishod 



Ocean Court Hotel Apartments, 
206-19th Street Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment and furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Station. By 
week or month. 



RUDEE MOTEa^ APARTMENTS 
1, 2 tedroom efficiencies com- 
pletely furnished. Weekly, 
monthly. "We can furnish ev- 
erything but food." $60 month- 
ly minimum. GA8^50, GA 
8-9701. 



ONE bedroom, living room, kitch- 
enette, large closet, bath. Com- 
fortable. Central location. Ren- 
tal annually $50 month, or win- 
ter season $40. 428-4060 and 
428-7827. 



RENTAL iP«OPBRTY — North 
end. Well furnished 1 bedroom 
apartnwnt. Winter $65 per 
month. 

1 Bedroom furnished apart- 
ment with garage. Yearly $65 
per month. 

Kelsy Realty GA 8-7041 
GA 84524, GA 8-3310 



WAITRESS — White, over 21. 
Must be experience! and neat. 
&lary idua tips, tyniihaven In- 
tet area. Houre 5 p.m. to 12 M. 
464-0174 or 464-^^. 

UVBTOCK^PETS 



79 pOi»--Cfts--0thor Pats 

PO0iDMIl«U!« ■— 7 weeks old. 

"BlAck; toy |waedjn|. Reg^tered. 



Furniture of all kinds upholstered 
and refinished. Free estimates, 
reasonable prices. Autom(rt)ile 
seat covers, tops, and headlin- 
ers all custom made and fitted. 
HiUtop Upholstering Co., 1000 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Phone 
428-1797. We buy and sell new 
and used furniture. 



PURNTTURE-HLiving room, din- 
ettes, bedroom suites, mabtre^ 
and springs. New and used. An- 
tiques. Visit Hirtz Bazaar in 
Oceana. Open 9 to 9. 428-7088. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



101 Rooms Without Board 

CORAL SAM) HOTEL — Motel 
unit, centrally located, nicely 
furnished, well heated, strictly 
private. Also furnished apart- 
ment. GA 8-9460. 



SEPARATE ENTRANCE — Good 
furnished room. Bath. GA 
8-7951. 



Nice sleeping room for rent to 
elderly lady, heated. Breakfast 
privileges if desired. For fur- 
ther informaUon, call GA 8-7704 
aftCT 6 p.m. and all day Satur- 
day and Sunday. 



Ill Apartments Furnished 

FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED 
— 2 bedrooms,,' living room, 
dining room. Water ftimished. 
$90 a month, yearly rental. 
GA 8-3680 or 855-1947. 

1-2-3 room apartments. $75-$125 
month. Utilittes furnished. Sun 
Tide Motel. Dial 428-1828. 

HOLIDAY HOUSE MOTEL— On 
the Ocean at 14th St. Efficiency 
apartment. All utilities furn- 
ished. Also rooms for rent by 
week or month. 428-2828. 



42nd Street— Yearly, water in- 
chided.. Living room, bedroom, 
bath, kitchen, breakfast room, 
screened porch, borage attic, 
two closets. Couple preferred. 
GA 8-1722. 

Furnished ?,nd unfurnished one 
to 4 bedroom homes ai\d apart- 
ments. Short term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. 



16th Street — 2-bedroom steMi- 
heated. Suitable for 2 couples. 
Reasonable. Also 24th St. 1 or 
2-bedroon} apartment for yearly 
rental. Reawnabte. GA 8-9441 
or MA 2-12^. 

" CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 

INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN «::hcx)l 

Of Music 

Brlstow Hardin, Dinetoo 

31 3 -35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



WILLIAM KUXGROVE 

Instruction In 

Piano, Organ, AccdfcUmi 

JU 7-046^ U |2$7727 



42nd Street— near Cavalier hold. 
Bachelor apartment, yearly. 
Water included. Gas heat. 
Screened porch. Available now. 
GA 8-1722. 



25th Street, 202 — 1 bedroom 
apartments. $65 yearly. Call 
Jard Realty GA 8-6666. 



15th Street, 700 — Duplex. One 
bedroom. $65 monthly year 
round rental. Call after 5 p.m. 
428-8629. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

1 14 Homes For Root 

NEW 3 BEDROOM HOME — 2 
baths, air conditioned. Yeariy 
rental. Good neighborhood. 
Cooper Realty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Nights 428-6638. 

APARTMENTS AND HOUSES— 
Furnished or unfurnished. AH 
price ranges. Cooper Re^, 
504 Laskin Rd. 428-1330. Nighis 
428*833,- 

500 3rd Street — South end of 
Mediterranean Ave. Nice 2 bed- 
room house on Lake Rudee. 
$85 month yearly. CaU JU 
74866. 



116 Business Places For Rent 

OFFICE SPACE for rent. Large 
or small. Heart of Virginia 
Beach borough. Reasonable. 
Doug Sessoms Real Estate, GA 
8-8533 office. GA 8-9370 home. 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE' 

122 Apartments For Sale 



Bachelor Apartfnent. All utilities 
included. Centrally located. $75 
year round rental. GA 8-3680 
or 855-1947. 



GATBWOOD PARK — New du- 
plexes. Low Maintenance. At- 
tractive wooded lots. Priced to 
sell quick. 

DeHart Construction Corporation 
340-«311 340-8591 340^790 

124 Houses For Sale ^ 

THALIA POINT RD., 600— House 
for sale. Beautiful comer lot. 
Boating rights. ' :^f 

DeHart Construction CorporatiOT 
340-8311 340-8591 340^790 

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



MERCHANDISE 



24th St., 316— Completely furn- 
ished 2 bedroom apartment. 
Bath and shower. Centrally lo- 
cated. Near School. Yearly ren- 
tal. GA 8-2576. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riyanto Auction Co. 



Spcv 1.1 iS/ini: In til 



FINANCIAL 



HOME OWNERS 

Reduce Your Bills 

One Monthly Payment 



AMOrNT 

$2000 
3000 



10 TRS. 
FBK MO. 

$22.22 
33.32 



IS YRB. 
FEB HO. 

$16.88 

25.32 



The First and Second 

Mortage Services 
MA 2-9816 — 24 hours 



Ask Your Eye Physician About 

TRAYLOR'S 

Virginia Beach's only 

GUILD OPTICIAN 

1369 Laskin Road, Va. Beach 

Bernwd H. McNanuva, M^, 

GAidtmB-4n» 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

Have Roofed And Guttered Virgum 
Beach For The Past 10 Yean 

NEW OR REPAIR 

GA 8-3369 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 

GA 8-7421 ANYTIA\E 



PROMPT HOME FINANCING 
HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

700 BOUSH STRCET • NOMFOLK 

e024 VIRGINIA (EACH ■LVD. 

AT THOMAS CORMER 



REAL ESTATE 



BAY ISLAND 

Tidewater's Finest All 

Waterfront Community 

LOTS FOR SAIJ2 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE CO. 
4644051 Nights GA 8-9192 



Repairs 

Commercial 

HBd 

Household 
Refrigeration . 

LaandnMnirts 

DMlcn for Wcsttagiioase 

Appliances 

Electrical Contnctar 

W. C. JOHNSON 

322 - 17th SU^t 

Virginia B«Mdi 

Phone GA 8-4671 



ALDRIDCn £, CHAMBERS, Inc. 

ABOUT 

EXTERMINATOR SERVICE 

PHONE 340-8262 
"We Get The B-st Of PesH" 



ADAMS BROS. 
PLUMBING CORP. 

■Scrrtac VirgiBia Bach since 1934^ 

Plumbing and Heating 
R'spair service and supplies 

iivarm air duct heating 
Chrysler Air Conditioning 

BUIM;i!7r TERMS AS OE8IR£U 
WE SERVICE \W1AT WE SEUf 

416.17th St. . GAB-6731 



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PERSONNEL CONSULTANTS, INC. 

"NORFOLK'S OLDEST" 

418 LAW BUILDING— 147 GRANBY ST. 

3253 Va. Beach Blvd. Princess Anne Plaza— 34 i-2528 

308 Masonk Tempk Bldg.— 135 33rd St, Newport News 

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11:00 ( 3) — ^Birry BMaooar 
(10) — We^eod New* 
(13) — Barry ttwniHe 
11:16 ( 3) — Ci»Btiat Timea 

CIS) — ^WaMhar 
11:15 ( S)— Mavte 

(fin_^niM«i<i> va 
11:30 ( 8) — ^Dovfele Feature 

(10)-'«t Movie 
12:00 (18)-— Newa 
12:36 (18) — mta Off 
ItM MM— Wmm 
1:10 (10) — nicniebt For Tbday 

MONDAY EVENINO 

4:00 ( S) — Secret Storm 

(10)— The Mat<ai Oama 

(IS) — IVailiDaater 
4:28 (10) — «BC Hewa 
4:30 ( 3) — Flylnv Doctor 

(10)— Make Bmm for Daddy 

( 18)— Diacoreiy 
i:00 (13)— Midcey Monae Clr^t 
8:00 ( 3) — ^Kewa at Ilye— Bar Shooae 

(10) — PooftOedt I^npy'a Ctab Ahoy 
6:06 ( 8) — Ito'. WUMiar^ B^iorta 
1:10 ( 8) — Br(meo 
8:30 (10) — Oolefc Di«w Mefitewr 
0:00 (10) — ^Kewa at «x 
•:06 (18)— BMTy DonaMe 
8:10 ( S) — Sporta BewdBP— .Mf Dane 
6:18 ( 8) — ^TV Beportai^-LaTMm Wat- 

iin—9m Ceitna* 
8:38 ( 3)— WealfeeraiaB— Andy Bolmta 
6:80 ( 8)— CM Bewa 

(10)— Baa^^-Briokl^ Bapwt 

(18)— Ma¥«rl(* 
7:00 ( S^-^tOe Ltaa 

(10)— Tha Oela^vaa 

an Maae 

7tW ( 8)— •b TW 1** Tnitt ^ 

(ie>— XaMlv Miht at tlM Xevia* 
(18) Prteaa BAtad Piee. OobihU- 



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(1.3)— Brediiac Toint 
10:80 ( 8)— Stump The BtwN 
(10)— Ceonaaad ftte^ 

(1S>— Ke«« 

11:10 ( 8) — We«tfc«' 

(13)— «U Brady 
11:18 ( M— Stan AQeM Show 

(10)— W«&ar 
11:S0 (10)— (Niorta 
11:38 (13) — Great Momenta tat Marie 

11 ;M (10) — Totitfit Mow 

11:40 (1.3)— Theatre 13 
1:00 (13)— SItn Off 

4:09 ( SI Saerat Slom 

(IS)— 4&«itaiyMiF 
4:38 (10)— VBC «•«• 

4:30 ( SO-^MOh Waat 

(I0)-4li*e BoolB «* Daddy 

(13>— gii ii i j >v e » 
B.-OO (1$)— MM^ MottaO C{# 
• «0 ( 8) — Bewia a* ti<.. , 

(10)— l>»0pd*eii Vim9*i 

5:06 ( 8)— Dr. Wltttanm Bepona 
5:10 ( 8>— l^now S|b Bob 

5:80 (10>— Tort »»r 

8:10 ( 3)— «»^ i^iMW 
8:18 ( 8)— TV Ba^orMr 

(13) — Bon ^i^avm 
S:SB ( $»—llmamima 
6:80 ( 8)— en Keita 

(10)-«tat|ir'BrtaUer B^Mt 

(13)— Xaveridt 
«:45 (10)— Vnnttay-BiteMBy B«pm4 
7:00 ( 3)— The Saint 

(10) — Biflamaa 
7:30 (10)— Mr. Xorak 

^13>— CwriNit ^ 

8:00 ( 3)— Jtid Sktftaa Sow 

(10)— Be«M 

(18)— M^afai Bear 
0:00 ( 3 ) ' Pet tteoat Jnnetton 

(10) — Btohard Boom 

(13 ) Orel e at Slow on Barfh 
0:15 (l.t>— Movie 
9:30 ( 3) — Jack Beany Frofram 

(lOV— Wek Ttmm A«Mi« 

( 18) — ^UnteiKiiabiaa 
10:00 ( 8) — Gcny Moi^ Mow 

(10) — BaU T^leiAonc Boar 

(18)— FnrtUw 
11:00 ( 8) — ^lltii Ha>V Inat 

(13)— MnriAy Maiifti 
11:10 ( 3) — llti flfonr Waattar 

(18)— WD »ady 
11:10 ( 3) — Sieve Alien Show 



the former Acadwjiy Alv«ii 
winner plays the tm^ "^t 
friend," only loo a«PM.|d 
suspicion in Ji^ ^Mp!* J 

Martha H^ner Mraty^ $. 
sophi^ated New Yim tfitm 
girl, k switd) ftom ^ 
dranMticitrf^ in"A,Giil 
tamiko." in ad<Ntk>tt, 
Hyer {Nesetiti a 
fa^ion parade in t ^' . 
tt|«cially created bY Qi^- 
winnine d^igner Wth mwi. 
The (Hher hi^ fi^iAi»i» s^ al«> 
receive expert at^V^urt ftwn 
Mm HeaiTs edu«it^ ,^!i^e. , 

Ray Walaton^ reme^pid r<Ni 
both stage and scr^ii) Cot "Skww 
Facific" and as the 0^ ftl 
"Damn Yankees"* t^ftys Mte 
Wirters' bov friend. Ifetp^y 
Sbi^. in his tttrd film tm, 
^e p4um assis^ent ii ttw 
ii^ youi« matinee idol wKo ^-^ 
lanet Leigh at the tab of Mtt 
!»t in the pursuit of %4l|Mi. 

On die peraonal si#, *fWl^ 
am) Lovers" was a Mip^y jw- 
umoh for Mns Ui|^ Ml Vati 
JohMon. It WIS m "TW .Ro- 
mance of Rosy Ridfte" tl»t mm 
Uigh. then an unknMM. jMtels 
her film ddwt witti lelttsiso. 
And it w» lohiaoii itfNhiB 
l^ed to t}^ studto^ 
M«ie ^ Jai^ Leiiih. tm 
it fim f<rft "Janet ■ """ 
be oooNted vii^ 
star, Vivioi Lei^. But 
won his potet i^eni !«.. 
Acre was no ^mimlntk . 
his name and tfait of V|M| 

thk new ccmedv iHto ato t 
welcome return to ttcrtly^Odd «» 
Johnsdn, abseM for dttiet |^. 
Cterinc that pakA ^ Med- 
h^ded i^r had been busy oo 
the musKal oomedy st^e,. a|»- 
peariilg in Umion tbr 4 ywr, 
md k^ American cities in "The 
Musie MaB.** 

"Wcves aiid Lov^s" «AS di- 
rected by a HoUvwood ite#teo^- 
er, John Rkh. But Rich » K> 
nevw^mer to eom^y. Ill flMst, H: 
was hs iMlght »d bnx»v ^^cc- 
'^cm flf tpt pevrair 'wral ^ii 
^e gio# wMch bwrnght Mn 
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11:36 (1.3)— Great MiNUMita in MtMic 

11:40 (13)— Theatre 13 
1:00 (IS)— SifB Off 



8:00 ( S)— rra Got A Seowt 
8:80 ( 8)— I^cr Mmt 

(1S>— Wans 1^4* 
S.09 ( 8) — Danny TbOMM 

(IS)— WhMwar Uer 

0:80 ( 8)— ^& GHf^ 

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4:00 ( 8) S ec r e t Storm 

(10)— The Mat«h Omm 

(18) — ^TrallmaatM- 
4:S5 (10)— BBC Bewa 
4:30 ( 8)— B^aco* 8 

(10)— aiake Boom for Daddy 

( 13) — IBaoowir 
5:00 (lay—UleUr Mooae Clah 
5:00 ( S»— BawB «t Fly* 

(10)— ^oepdedi Faviw'* Cm Ahoy 
6:05 ( 3)— Dr. WUMtorat BaQOrta 
6:10 ( 8) — Stoney BoHM 
5:30 (10) — Supa> Car 
0:00 (10) — Kewa at Hx 
0:05 (1.3)— Barry Dovrett* 
0:10 ( 3)— AioTta BoondHP 
8:16 ( 3)— TT Bepertor 

(IS)— Bon Cochraa* 
6:36 ( 3) — WeathermiB ' 
6:80 ( ^— CBS MeM 

( 1 0)— Bnntlcy-Brtiridagr 

(13)— Vaverkfe 
7:00 ( 3)— Blotraphy 

(19)— Arthtir SmlUl 

(IS )— P w M t n e t 
7:80 ( 8)— OBS Biporto 

flO)— The TtrrOdait 

(lS)-^rie Ik a 

(IS)— TMty Duke 
8:80 ( 3)— GlyBla 

(18)— File* la Ucht 
9:00 ( av— Biiwly BlUHUM 

(10)— 4BNiliiM«e 

(18)— Bn f^tmr 
9.80 ( 3)— DIdc Vaa UflM Mow 

(18>— Onr Han apw i M 
10:00 ( 8)— IMa^ Xw* 1 

(10)— MarBBOT^M* 

(13) — (Aanatar 
11:06 ( S>— Uttftw ^ 

n s) — W waB O^BO^ 

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Debbie Reyn:^ Tpq^ Rn- 
diA and Paul Doq^ iritt Med 
Ctark aMi Vm M^AiA jmt jn 
"The Mating Gaii»** a ttWedy 
^m ookot Mta4wr,0^ H on 
I«G-TVs "MbWay ?piit at 
the Movies" (7:30 to ^:30 p.m. 
EDT). Tha fOm, ba«d on H. E. 
Ba^'s ix>vel, ''thf I^ifliiig 
Buds a May," vras r^iaaed by 
MGM HI 195^ 

The Laitbi '^fismily of ruial 
Mv3^d become tewg|v«d in a 
diaf»^ wkh ^ U,$ AumHi p( 
IflSemal Rev«»iiie (tm t^iim Vo 
pay uicome taxMi. ^nee Pop 
Larkin's (Paul Doug$tt^ cit4o tsl 
life is "Do unto ottieH Mid 
tftavHl do unto vou/' tuc clan 
detiides to outwit tile WO^^m- 
Rwrnt ini^rtigiM^, % gt it nio 
Charlteo (Tbny Ri^liA^. A$ 
(heir chief weanon, mfP^M 
^m attractive daui^tc^r, KUn»tt0 
(Ddbto Reynolds) to (ttfttt 
yming Charitstm, a coii«Mr^«Hi« 
yooii^ man, fron tt iq^^i^- 
tioa of their finaiKid MM|t. 

CIUICH LADKS 
SETBOOKMEET 

VfSmnA BEAdMiUs tot 
in a foln of five l»ok tdribl 
wiBte Itetured bf 4ii ^irgbrit 
Beaeh YWCA Vedneaday, at ttie 
Pint Freri^^teiten Onatat la ttc 
La^IiMFartor. 

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TODAY, ra. ft SAT 
OCTOIiR T7-19 

m UP.S 

Elizal:^h Taylor 

Richard Burton 

Onon Welles 

loiils Jourdan 

i^atasN 2 4 6 8 10 

THE CaNDEUED . 
OFALTONA 

Sophia Loren 

Mexlmitian Schertl 

Frederic Marqh 

Robert Wagner 

Featimt: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 

WEDn TmnS* FRI., ^T. 
OCTOMil 11^26 

WIVES AND 
tOI 

Janet, Leigh 

Sfmn J^mcm 

Shelly Winters 

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Ri^rd Burton 

Orson Welles 

Louis Jourdan 

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mEPHONE GA 84401 VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1963 



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Survey Sought 
On Stock Car 
Track Location 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Menbers of the Virgima Beach Plan- 

iMi^ Oxvtnutioii Kte tepomd^y wbrrbd Uiat roiufs k^dmg to the 

^ of tfifc proposed -1.5 million stock car racetrack near Nimmo's 

>Oiurch wilt.te unable to huKtte the anticipate 70,000 ^xctaton. 



The &mHt^tim k awaMlng a 
'traffic Mirvey to be^ <*tainBd l^ 
track ageni Oou|^8 I. SheUon. 

The site for tibe l^-nrile a»- 
phaK (track awl the M,00(MeM 
^dium Is at ^ xiorth^ut ixmat 
of R'incej^ Anne and &ubdbridge 
Roads, l^amy of the kick's fi- 
mtmiA backsat tt mA p^dy 
known. 

Ilhg eommi^oQ haa diseueed 
the )^ack, but left tlra prop(»d 
with a committee untU the traffic 
•urvey is nutde and analyzed. 
When the surwey is finlAad, it 
will be review^ by the city tnif- 
fic engineer, ^n given to tiw 
c(MnmUtee for its i«p<at to the 
amunJailon. 

tills means the iq>^cation for 
the track pnbMy wiU not come 
l»efone tiw cunmkirim wM Ms 
Nov. n OM^lng. H tttt pbmhlqg 
oonunMon makes Us decision 
tiuA fli^ ito r^craMnendatlons 
could bt seM to the iNov. 2& Ctty 
Council nw^ng. 

Hoi^ver, the council usu^y 
a<^ on commimon recoomeMb- 



the^MMMf. 

A i^Kriffismn for ^ conanls- 
ston sud he feK the tpe^on of 
the back's fea^ltility hss largely 



UBTOwed 
in'oldem. 



<kwB to the toittki 



Banning official and «»» 
conmiHton meiriben stwH^ a 
simiku' stock car meemy lait 
Sunday «l Ctarlotto, N. C. the 
race vas tended by 53,000 fans. 

A wj^ckemoan for me grovtp 
thirt nmnt to Chariotte nid th^ 
n^re favoi^Iy Impre^ed by the 
behavior of the crowd and the 
liM:k of dMuitam^ from ^e noi« 
of cars and peo]^. Howev^, he 
noted that althouf^ ChariOtte has 
major rmds to tM tnK:k, tt took 
consid^tA^ time toi tht spedta^ 
tors to leave. 

He said that Virghua Beach 
wouki like to teve the track, but 
city officials are not sure the pro- 
pped atte, a qu«:ter mite iK)Uth 
of Nlmmo dnwch, is li» rl^ 
locatim for tt. 

Sh^on h» requeiM that the 
3^ acres be r^m^ £rwn subur^ 
ban and ^rictitocal to commer- 
cial. ConstruatM)n costs an esti- 
mated at $1,286,0W ai^ land colt 



CapL Wyse In 
Now Positkii 




CaptaM F. C. Wyt* 

U. S. NAVAL AlffH^K)US 
B^i:, lltHiE CBJiEaC— Cai^ahi 
Fre(terick C. Wyse today mro^ 
duUes u thiet of StsM ai^ Ahte 
to Rear A'(kni|«A.i^ppi^ C. Demp- 
sey, CmmaiMi AmfixiAom 
Training Comntand, Atlantic 
fleet. 

Capt. Wyse foim^ly conunaikl- 
ed the attack transport U^ "W- 
fair, toomeported in NorfoUc. 

He erriiifced in the Navy in 
1935, served onboard ti»e fcwttle- 
ship U^ Texas, mi was ai^int- 
ed to the Naval Aca<tony in 1987 
by ithe Secr^ury of tiie Navy. 

h 1941 he Mras graduated from 
fine Aatdenso', cpnnnisioned En- 
itfp, ani oittered to ttte battle- 
siup U^ New 'Mexico as assistant 
mvi^^or and ai^-aircraft con- 
4^ ott<^. He i»FtidpMMi ih ^ 
oanpi^on of Icrtand in Oie $em- 
ijw of 1941, «id took part in 
N<n4h Atlantic neutral^ p^tnAa 
pcioT to ti» U. S. en^ in WorU 
War n. 

Tim Ca^aln took part is five 
t^^war p^oto in the Sov^imrt Pa- 
'«^ uid South C%lna Sea mms 
•9^6 wtth file Bi^a. 

Ootids Wyse ii married to tiw 
tomer Itti Wtoe Ibrm^ 
AeAe of Sfmubu^ B. €. Ttity 
reride* 1^ ^^ two ^ffibro, in 
Mn^ Otteii^ QuBl«n «G" 
M me A^iiMoM Wmk 



Two Qffiei wouki be coMfaoted 

a year, oiw in tte spring and on0 
in fall. I^y wouM ha^ the sanC' 
tion of the National Associati<m fd 
Stock Car automobile Bacing 
(NASCAR), a necessify f<u* getting 
the iMtion's bei^ cars and drivers. 
Three Vfarginia Beach groups 
have come out in favor of tine 
track. Tlwy are the Chanber of 
Commerce, tim Virginia Beaoh 
Automobile Dealers Assodi^on 
and the Hotel, Motel, Cottage and 
Apartment Association. 

About 15 peqde living near 
\he proposed track object to it 
when the applicMion fir^ oune 
to lUie planiUng comnUauon Sept. 
9. They ai^ed that the noise 
would decrease property values in 
thf area. 



Dr. Joardar 
AJt.L Speaker 



VmGmiA BEAOI — Dr. Noni 
Ck^ Dev, tJoanko' will speak on 
'^^tidam in the (East and West" 
Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the Asso- 
cktfton for Research mid EnligM- 
enn^nt. 

Dr. Joardar lived, worked and 
studied iiM the li^ Mahabna 
(sSmM in IbMiia. 

Bom and todi^ up a Hhi^, 
he came to Oirkrtten^ of his 
own iMXKffid at the 14^ of 26. Be 
was edu(^tfed in uni>wrstties in 
hidia, Europe and America, i«- 
ceiving his doctorate in sodology 
from Yate University. 

Dr. Joar<tar has served as a 
inx}fea»>r in l^icknow Chriirt^ 
Colle^ in India, 1ms ledurad at 
Yale Law SdM>ol, served m pro- 
fe^r of Sanricrtt and Ungulate 
^ Geiu^town UniversMy, ha 
travAed around the worM on m 
MaJgnmrot to ^wi^ oomoHmism 
and currently l«:tare8 inf ornM% 
at John Hc^kins Univers^. 

He hdds Ibe po^w of IH- 
rector of CuHuxtf ^»lie8 at 
Koinon, a FoundatiM i^wre peo- 
pte are ^aii^ tm ovsoaeas aer^ 

A {^estkm p«Etod wffl {dkm 
me lecteue. 

Tlie Associaition for SeMsreii 
Ateittc Aye. ffid tlOi ft 



Beich Bank 
Exceeds 
Bond Quota 

VmoOOA ngAOi—The Bart 
of Vir^nte Beach has torn 
tini^ ott «Mt o«raiA)d^ for 
tts out^^ng recos^ in tiie side 
(rf E and H Savtnp bonds fw the 
fwt, accenting to Bruce W. Chal- 
ka, area immafer of ^e ^vinp 
tM>nds divlsfam of (he United 
States TroMWy Department. 

AoKudini to CSiattei the B«mk 
of Vkfiida SmkA thrm^ Sep- 
tember h«d e»^ed^ tts sales 
quota t<xt m» 90iite y^ur. ChaUen 
ineiMited • ewtlfi<»to of com- 
nwn^ion to S. H. .Church, the 
bank's ptwMeiU, in eeremon»s 
lait ymk. 

The oeriiflcaito reiA: 'In re^g- 
^tion of fWMotkm in i^ren^JMm- 
isg the f^M^to and Its dtisass 
tikmigh mi tinM^i Sta^ Sai^np 
Bonis Fit^ptm." TlM certificate 
of Cfnunoidalion was signed by 
D^^ Oi^i, Secretary of (he 
Treasury. 

Similar recognitkm was also 
pakl me Plna astd Bayside 
brand»8 of the Baidc of Virginia 
B^kch. 

Second Bond 
Issue School 
Need - Owens 



Qm^ UM Mb)w members irt 
TiMMdgy's heard nweting that 
now la the time to get stained 
on a new brad tesue. 

Ow«M said me board should 
seek « bond referendimi next 
Juiw bM^tae if it watts ui^ 
June 1965 it will be a year behind 
in its inukiing i»t>grajn. 

He said Kem|»ville Juni<n- 
Hi^ School is in b^d shape. 

"We have to do smoothing 
^re. We ^mM get ^ited on 
a new bond kme i»w. We have 
ju^ l»id oqe and now we are at 
rock bottott," he said. 

SpM SMfte To ind 

At the meting, Supt. Frank 
W. Cox {arreted an end to split 
siutis in the dty's sdtoob, with 
one possible exception, by next 
fall. 

At pre»Dt five etementary 
sdiods in Bayside and Kemps- 
vitte bmoi^is are on double 
shifts bemuse of overcrowding, 
bat Cox said that school construc- 
tion projecte would relieve this. 

"Chir ccm^ruction projects are 
moving along with toe fine weath- 
er. Completion is expected on the 
sdwduled time," he «dd. 

The (H^ sdhool which may 
beive spVi liiifts next faU is Lynn- 
l»ven H^iMntary, <^ned this 
fall in IPrinceM Anne I^aza but 
alr«i^ i^ir oap»:ity enrollment. 

A M|^ a^iool and several ad- 
(ttkHH are ^mier conrtniction ^ 
present. Hk board hopes to re- 
Mii% bi(te on Arrowhead and 
R b b 1 n s Comer elementary 
schods by D»»mba*, Cox said. 
The two sdMois are auttiorized 
lUKho* the 'V^setA $4.5 million 
bonl iasae but have not yet been 

VNB Planning 
Amrther Merger 

t>AmMIM~Jiim S. AHriend, 
Chaimaenof the fipard of Virginia 
N^JOQid Bmk, «iMi IR. P«il San- 
ford, CSaJnnan and President of 
me Sottttati Baidc of Commerce 
of Damrflte »id Ms^nsviUe, have 
annoimced pkm lor the tjmt& 
of ttieir two bads. 

Dedctoi to raeige <»ne alts- 
«3a<« by tiie Boinb of Dkeetas 
of emA hmsk. Tu^ina Natkm^ 
'Mek 'voled uiau^imxM ^^rovii 
tt tut mutget m a raeawft tn 
(kAtibet • ^M ^Biflar i^ovii 
WM 0nm UA week t^ tiie Bowd 
ol Sooftcfs Bttik <rf C ooixotxn. 



CM0LYN BOSHER IS HOMECOMING 
QUEEN AT VIRGINIA BEACH HIGH 




Caroiyn l^tsher, center, 1963 Be«± Bowl Queen, and attendants Bet^ Kitchin <left) and I^ 



VQ^iNIA BEACH— Mas Caro- 
lyn Bi^wr lua been selected as 
Uiis y^r's Be^ Bowl Queen to 
reign over Homecoming festivi- 
ties Friday at Virginia Beach High 
SdKX>l. 

The celebration will get ui^er- 

way 1^ 4:00 pjx^. witii a pai^ 

^004 Ai^tatk: Ave. from 17^ Si. 

.Coamm...tiUehMi$., M- His BosheriijiLte. 



(Baldwin photo) 



o^wmM tt half ^ime wtoi me 
SeaJura^k^ meet Cox High School, 
the Mf time tiienw will be "The 
Good Ship Virginia Beach." 

FoQoinng tiie game a dance 
wfll be btH in me school gym 
frcon 10 p.m. to n^dni^t featur- 
ing the music of the RondeUes. 



•GMimuttefe <8i Travel i^rOTnotlOff JtoM wotlff' hot bfe mi^'b^ the 



Brid^e-Tannel 
Opening Date 
Is April 15 

NORFOLK — . t^ntractors and 
consulting engineers Saturday set 
April 15. 1964, as me date the 
giant new Chesapeake Bay 
Bridge-Tunnel can be opened to 
motor traffic. 

The prospective opening date 
was predicted by the consulting 
engineere, Sv^-drup & Parcel, in 
a progress report on the 17-6-mile 
crossing now being completed be- 
tween the Vlr^nia mainland and 
the tip of the Oelmarva Penin- 
sula. "Hie actual opening date re- 
mains to be set by ithe Bridge- 
TuqikI Commii^on. 

In (heir quartwly report to the 
Commission, the engineers noted 
that completi<Hi of the physical 
a^otare t)^wera the tviN) shores 
this month eliminate the chance 
of future d^ys beiqg caused by 
wiirier storms on the bay. 

The time needed to complete 
and equip the tunnel ventilating 
buiWing on the northernmost of 
the four imn-made islands is now 
me determining factor in opening 
(he project, the report said. The 
joiM-veitore contractor, Tidewa- 
ter-Merrkt-RaymondJKiewit, e^- 
mate toey can finish this phase by 
Aprfl 15. 

Svettkup & Parcel, who de- 
sigM# me faric^tunnel and are 
rapmnkang its construction, re- 
port^: "We have examined the 
ccwtraebB^ proirased schedule 
for the ccm^etion of this work 
and, in our opkuon, the estim^ed 
Ate of .^rfl 15. 1964 for open- 
ing the projwjt to traffic is real- 
istic." 

Om^g iraric to be conq)Iet^ 
indu^ me veitilj^on buildings 
<»i two otter idaiKis, apprMch 
lanqs, tJIbig and iiriierkB- finiib 
<» (be Clwwyeake Channel Tun- 
ad, ckiCttfc power instaU^ons, 
and me <»npMon of construe- 
ten of mm toB fttaz^ and admin- 



STATE C of C IS 

PUSHING TRAVEL 



VIRGINIA BEAOH— The Vir- 
ginia Slaie Chamber of.Coaameroe 



net October 8th at The Mermaid 
Tavern, Festival Park, James- 
town, for the discussion of up- 
coming events concerning tour- 
ism. 

Comnuttee member attending 
from Virginia Beach was Laura 
Lambe of Laura Lambe Advertis- 
ing, agency handling the resort 
advertising program and public- 
ity. 

Mr. Parke Rouse, Chairman 
presided at the business session 
following lunch at which time 
various persons gave their report 
on the travel business at his or 
her attraction through September 
of 1963. 

'Douglas P. Smith, Richmond, 
repot'ted on the activities of the 
State's Chambers Travel Promo- 
tion and Public Relations Depart- 
ment. In promotion of Dulles In- 
teraational Airport he noted that 
the September issue of "The 
Commonwealth" featured a cover 
article on Dulles and that Mr. 
Arven Saundera, manlger of 
Dulles, wiU speak at the Novem- 
ber meeting of the Richmond 
Public Relations Association. He 
said the industrial tours brochures 
would be revised for 1964. 

Mr. Rouse reported that 24 
sailing vessels from all points of 
the world had accepted invitations 
to COTne to New York in June, 
1964. In line with inviting the 
ve^els to Hampton Roads, the 
communities of that area are t)e- 
ing asked to underwrite enter- 
ment for perswinel of the ships. 
This is in connection with the 
International Sailing Review. 

The State Chamber's Annual 
Luncheon in New York City will 
be held on Friday, November 15th 
for Travel Writers at which time 
Govemoer Albertis Harrison will 
be the Key Speaker. The group 
will include travel writers, edi- 
tors, and directors of tourist and 
travel bureaus. 

Tliomas G. MtCaskey reported 
on plans for the Governor's Trav- 
el Conference, scheduled Thurs- 
day, November 21rt U the Hotel 
John Marshall in Richmond. 
Speakers indude Governor Harri- 
son, Conrad L. Wirth, director of 
tte National Park Service; and 
lUissdl Sin^r, exmi'live vice 
president of the American Auto- 
nK>bite Assodation. 

A study of Virginia's travel in- 
dustry has begun under the 
au^kjes of the Advisory Council 
on (he Vii^ink Ecoiwmy, it was 
repOTtod by J. Stuart White. T^e 
first fleeting of the study com- 



mittee met re<»ntly in Richmond, 
Mr. White said tlwt progr^ re- 



committee ^noe the group felt 
ihe report ^ould be studied in 
its avtirety. He said the group 
would announce the name of the 
individual or firm hired to do the 
research study when the decision 
is made. 

Several members commented 
that Virginia shouM be planning 
now to tie in its promotion with 
next y^u-'s World's Fair in New 
York. Also, Mr. McCaskey noted 
that the opening of the Chesa- 
peake Bay Bridge-Tunnel in 1^4 
will be a national event and 
should be publicized accordingly. 
Discussion ensued on this and a 
comnuttee was appointed to study 
the methods of capitalizing on the 
World's Fair and the Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel. 



CITY BUSINESS 
GROWTH AHEAD 
OF U.S. PACE 

NEW YORK — Judging from .there we«« 867 non-fwin bwMSS 
tlw late at which new iHisinesses ; establishments, each with one or 



Civic Groups To 
Elect Officers 

BAYSIDE — The Coundl of 
Civic Organizations wiU elect offi- 
cers for the coming year at ite 
dinner meeting Wednes(fay at the 
Shore Drive Inn. 

Among the dty officials and 
dvic leaders who will speak will 
be Public Works Director Richard 
S. Webbon who will address the 
council on the problems of water 
and sewerage in the new city of 
Virginia Beach. 

The council, representing over 
60 organizations in the commun- 
ity, meets quarterly and holds 
elections at its fall meeting each 
year. The meeting is scheduled 
for 7:30 p.m. 



have been springing up in what 
u%d to be known as Mnce^ 
Anne County in the lai^ few 
years, the spirit of individual en- 
tenarise continues to be very 
much alive locally. 

The area's non-farm business 
pi^Nilation has been raised to a 
new high as local residents, with 
an urge to be on their own, have 
been erol»rking on new ventures. 

Pai^ experience shows that not 
all of them are likely to succeed 
the first time. The mortality 
anoong new Jimsinesses is high. 
Some of them are under-capital- 
ized to start with. They do not 
have (he financial strength to 
weather an unprofitable fir^ 
year. 

Others fail because of insuffi- 
cient experien<», because of 
heavy corapetitwn or for othw 
reasons. E^ugh of (hem do suc- 
ceed, howewr, to warrant the 
risk. 

The figures on new business 
formations, just released, are con- 
tained in a Census Bureau report, 
prepared with the assistance of 
the Department of Heatth, Edu- 
cation and Welfare. T^ey are 
based on tax reports submitted 
during the past year. 
'^ Ttey'^row tfrat-QfrhotnJjer of 
new firms established in Princess 
Anne County since 1959, when 
the previous count was taken, ex- 
ceeded the number that were dis- 
continued. 

By virtue of this lui growth, 

Guadalcanal Starts 
Shakedown Cruise 

UTTLE CRiEiaC— Amphibious 

assault ship Guadalcanal wiD de- 
part Norfolk Monday, to condurt 
underway training in tl» Carib- 
bean. 

Tliis newest addition to the At- 
lantic Fleet Amphibious Force 
will conduct six weeks of en^- 
neering and gunnery training 
with the Fleet Training Group at 
Guantiummo Bay, Cuba. ^ 

During the shakedown cruise, 
Guadalcanal will be subjected to 
the rugged pace that «ich new 
Navy ^p must face. Exercise 
will keep the ship's crew on the 
alert 24 hours a day, at genersd 
quarters and other drills designed 
to train the men to art during 
emergenclM. 

Molster To Speak 
To TAHB Members 

William A. MoMer, director of 
Membership Services for the Na- 
tional Association of Home BuiW- 
ere, will speak before the Tide- 
water Assodation of Home Build- 
ers at its Memberahip Meeting 
tonight at the Lafayette Yacht 
Club, commencing at 6 p.m. 



more emptoyees, in opeti^on in 
1962, the report shows. 

R represented a 9.0 percent in- 
crease over the 1^9 totol of '^9, 

By conqiarison. the Ujiited 
States as a whole had a ^uit of 
wily 1.3 percent. Tfte South At- 
lantic States had a rise of 2.2 
percent. 

As is tin case generally 
throughout the coui^ry, miall-she 
businesses predominate in formw 
Princess Anne County. 

Jhe breakdown li^ 465 of 
them wKh from one to three peo- 
ple employed, 195 with from four 
to seven enH>loyees and 146 with 
eight to nineteen. 

As of last year, they provided 
gainful employment fw 8,600 
workers, the figures show. At the 
time of the 1969 airvey, 5,471 
employes weri repcwtod. 

According to the late* findh^s 
of the Office of Business Ikrcmom- 
ics, about 437,000 new business 
firms are established per year in 
the United States aikl nearly 400,- 
000 ate discontinued. 

ASC Members 



PRINCESS AJ^JNE-dtesuKs of 
the election of ASC communis 
committeemen f or Vii^inia B^^ 
were announced Fritfay by Ri»- 
sen Dudley, Chamnan, A^fcul- 
tural Stabilization and Conserva- 
tion County Committee. 

The elediwfc was hdd Od. IS 
by mail and ballots were talMi- 
lated publicly by the incumbent 
ASC county connnittee Friday it 
Citv Hall. 

Farmers eleded to ttie four 
committees arc: 

Blackwater — W. H. Gilbert, 
J. J. Contos. Joe Pecsek, Stuart 
Ives, L. E Gia>ert. 

Kempsville — George Ferrell, 
Rufus Jordan. Harold Jackson, 
A. C. Brown, R. H. Deford. 

Pungo— 'Melvin Williams. Stan- 
ley Williamson. Jimmy BrigM, 
F. E. Bonney, C. 0. Freeman. 

Seaboard— Alvah Dawley, Ea- 
ward Uoton, Norris Shirlev, 
Claude Brown, Woodrow White. 

The A^ community commit- 
tee clwirmen are the delegates to 
the county convention wlwre tl» 
A^ county committee will be 
elected. The county cwivrotion 
will be held Thursday at the ASC 
office. 

The ASC county and commun- 
ity farmer - comraWtees are in 
charge of local administration ^f 
such national farm iHOgrams fti 
the Agriculturad Conserv^iwL 
Program, the food grain program, - 
the National Wool Program, acre- 
age allotments and nutrketii^ 
quotas, commodity loans, aiul 
storage facility loam. 



Nov. 8-9-10 



CIVIC CENTER TO 
OF ANNAUL AUTO 



BE SCENE 
SHOW HERE 



VIRGINIA BEAOH — Gene 
Meekins, President of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Automobile Dealers 
Association, has announced the 
Alan B. Shepard Convention Cen- 
ter as the cte of (he 3rd annual 
Auto Show, Nov. 8, % and 10. 

Meekins ^d the show is ex- 
pected to (ta^w nxne (ban 25.000 
persons to the I^Hne, and (hM 
one of those attending wfll win 
his choice of nh^ ctMiq^KA auto- 
mobile—one from «k5i partka- 
pating dealer. 



In addition to displaying the 
1964 model care, the show will 
feature live, ent^itainment night- 
ly, automotive and militory dis- 
plays, music and fun for the en- 
tire family. On tap Friday night 
is a fa^on show by Rose Hall 
women's shop. Saturday, go-(art 
racK and a Country Music Show 
sa<e planned for the aAernoon, 
and the HamKmica Raso^ with 
tt» li^le nudget wm ei^sertm 



m^ eveiing folk>wed by (be Wl- i Meekus JPontiae Cmp. 



Uam and Mary Minutomen. ^in- 
day Poop-D«k PaK>y wfll beon 
hand to grecA me children and 
later another Country Ifaac ^ow 
will be rta^. 

Members of (}w ^mtkOm are 
Alphin Motors, Inc., Spooks- 
Shanes Moto- 0>^ bw., Coato 
Mot(»- Go^ inc., nstee Watd, 
Inc.. Etm^Mt^ta^ten IMer Ok, 
Hott BuMe, ^, MAm 9Mat 
(k>^ IbrainU >ftarijte, lac, Md 



jmmmmm. 



1 



VirginlrB^ f W«-NEWS, Tiwsd^, October 22, 1963 



I 
w- 



s 



IMIH 



TEEN TOPICS 



Ami. 



5y 

■ Laty S. OUt« 



i^P^ES^il 




Lacy (Wver 



After hq^ school — ^what then? For mcMt teeners this is a 
real probtem. W course nW everyone can go off to college. Maity 
studaits would prcrfit by some additional training though. 

An examine erf furtiier training after hish school are secretarial 
sc^iools for girls uk! technical schools for fellows. As you already 
know, your high school guicbnce teacher can be 
<rf invaluable help to you. 

Money need not stand in the way of your edu- 
cation if you have the ability. You that have 
thou^t (A going to college — take note — there 
are tots of scholarships every year fliat are not 
even applied for. 

Some ii^(Kmatk>n that vou may not l^ve heard 
about has just come across my desk. 

The National Defense Education Act pas%d 
in 1958 is composed to ten titles and 55 sectk>ns. 
Title II, which covers loans to students in insti- 
tutitwis of higher education, is the one of primary 
<XMK%m to coilege-bouiul students. This is a very important portiixa 
of the Bill because it directly aids pctnnising students who are 
strong on brain power, but *cwt on finaiKes, assuring them of as 
mudi as $1000 per year for five y^K if he or she fulfills the con- 
ditkms <d the Act. 

Funds are appropriated among the states according to their 
<xn^ enrollment and no one college or univorsi^ can receive 
BHwe than $250,000 in any one fiscal year. 

\^^ can apply few a 1^? Well, anyone who can show a need 
^ finaiKial help, is capable of good gr^», and has been admitted 
by the institution. 

Each institution selects those who will receive tiie loan, ghoi^ 
^jecial attention to persons with superior academic background 
and whose interests are in teaching, science, mathematics, and for- 
eign ki^uages. 

A person in^^ted in obtaining a k»n should first find out 
whether the school lie « she is interested in has the established 
kxm fund. Virginia l»d 22 institutkn» under such an aitreem^t 
in 1961. 

Since tfiis is a loan it must be [mid back. Howevw, Ae interest 
fc at a tow 3 percent a year, with payments starting one year after 
graduation. Paymerts are spread out over 10 annual installments. 
H^ school seniore wishing to n^otiate a National Defense 
Student Loan should write directly to the colleges and universities 
they plan to attend. Requests for ^neral informatkm about the 
Student Loan Pro^m stesuld be addressed to: 
S^ldtt Fuancial Aid Branch 
Divisi(m of College and University Assistance 
U. S. Office of Educattoo 
Wa8hii^;ton 25, D. C. 20250 

I i^ize tfa^ »^torship offers always sound like something 
for sonecH^ e!«, never like s<»iMdiing that you amid earn or win. 
But — tfaat k lost the point! You can never know for sure unless you 
^ty. H yc» icaUy want to help yourself through college, d<m't 
mm a sii^e of^KM-^inity to apply for a ^olarship. 

JiKt be car^jl oi erne thii^— that when you appjy for a schol- 
aiMp yen know what Ae stifnAitions cm its use are. Fot example. 
1 know oC om type ci sdiolan*ip that iwtAibits Ac user from 
«»cptii^ any <Hh« type of financial aid while in college. You (an 
se« how this would jM^voit you for getting the maximum help 
availabte. CM course, as has afready been mentitmed, loans educa- 
tional are also a good source of funds. Here too you have to be 
cai^il to know what the terms of the k^ns^and how the interest 
<m Ae l<»ns are cakulated. 

N^dleM to say, sch<rfarrfiif» and loans are not only the source 
of f uofib for those who are truly earnest about getting more educa- 
ticm after high ^hool. Many yow^ people wiU wa$ a few years 
and save to pay for their schooKi^ before they enroll. Then too, 
many peopte go to night school or work whUe they are in school. 
Ttey saying that you really team to appreciate your money whm 
you earn it certainly tolds true in this case. 

There is no doj^ about it, working your own way throu^ 
schod tsJces real perseverance, but— the reward is great. 

Dtm't fcM-get, all the rcaams — ot excuses — ^in the world h^ve 
yet to tear down the truth in the stateoirait that goes, "you can 
achkve anytiiing— if you want it bad eocw^." I say— go to it, you 
wiU never be sorry that you did ycwr best but y«i will always regr« 
oat having ^ten nwwe ectacJrtkMi if you wanted it and did not ko 
irflwk. '^ 



Weddings 

LANKPORD^VENABLE 

VKGINIA BEAOl— The Cht- 
pel of the First a^st Church at 
Vffginia Beach was tte settiri| 
Friday at 8 p.m. for the wedding 
of Mrs. Margaret Baxter Lankford 
and SaiTMiel Woodson Venable. 

Toe bride is the daughter of 
Mrs. Carl BHliott Baxter of Vir- 
ginia Beach. Mr. Venable is the 
am of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arm- 
is^d Venable oi Cast^ Uayne, 
N. C. 

The Rev. H. WadeU Waters, 
pastor of the church, performed 
the ceremony in the presence of 
the immediate families and 
friends. 

Mrs. Walter A. Page, tl» 
bride's cpusifl, %rved as matron 
of honor and Mr. Venable's best 
man was his brotlwr, Paul C. 
VenaUe of Milbum, N. J. 

Imn^diately following the cere- 
mony a reception was given in 
the clnirch s(K:ial IhiQ by Judge 
and Mre. Walt^ A. Page for ^ 
newlyweds. * « 



"Woman-Of-Year" 



Mrs. Steinhibler Honored 
By Cape Henry Women 



\ 



VIRG»nA BEAOI— Mrs. Rob- 
ert J. SleinhUb^, a past presi- 
deirt, was named Bi-annual 
"WOTrtn of the Yesr" by mem- 
b«« of ti» <^pe Henry Woman's 
aub last we^ Mrs. Steinhilber 
was ]^8entBd tiie award by Mr?, 
.^ttw James, tte dub president. 

f Mn. ^einhilber is one of tibe 
QtgKmsB^rs of the cAftt which wi& 
organized with 100 diarter mem- 
bos Febru^y 1^14. Mrs. aem- 
hObet Iwlped to est^lah the pKdi- 
des of the <dtlb. K's prhnary con- 
cern is to cfei^ mk hvtere^ 
ammig the women of Virginia 
fi^ch for the promotion of edu- 
ceAional, literary and artistic 
givwth and makers reliving to 
hwne and dvk improven^it. 

an. ^tehffiier has cortaiidy 
dism aH QSs as oi^r the past tim 
y<^n 1^ Ipis mmd o^ two 
<Mt w^etb^ and has been in- 
t^v^^M in nunig o^ ^,- 
OUAr ftrtn Ite Annual IMm 
iMivii (dBft} ftoi^) whicli has 
Men ntavMd to the <»aununity 
m welfare. Sctolar^^ for 
young people and donjons for 
civic improvemei^. Sk hM 
aerved the club as jve^lent, Oie 
fint Mcretvy, bSm^ssita ini as 
diAfeEidn of imac mA fine «to 
for four years «inah$ ti» SMb 
Penny Arti Awasd.. Sie i^ 
tuwA 4ke TidBiratif fiftMAst V^* 
^aiA Federatton of Womea's 

lubi M Ouvrmm fll %bnm lor 



suite Convention. Through her" 
efforts the Cape Henry Womens 
Club recc^niaes some musical 
young person of the cononunity 
at each club meeting. 

Ikfrs. Steinhiber's oUier activi- 
ties include organist and music 
Director of Our &iviors Lirtheran 
Cantrch, Bayside. 



Engagements 

STEELi— SNOW 

VlRGWftA BEACH — Mr. and 
Mn. Jidm David Steele announce 
the oii^^^rtent of their dau^- 
ter, Mia Sandra Lee Steele, to 
Airman 2C John Harrison Snow, 
USAF. . 

Airman Snow is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. HaMon M. Snow of Nor- 
folk. 

tlKi weddhig win take pla(% in 
April in the First lxi\heTm 
ChiBTch, 

Miss Steele graduated from 
Prmoess Anne High School. 

Airman Snow graduated from 
S&uiy High Sdiool. He is ^- 
tioiMd aA Jkm Air itQx% 
Maim. 



She is an honoraiy Me menAer 
of Lutheran Church Women, an 
active member of Virfinia Beach 
Music Club, Thalia Garden Chib 
and participates in niany fund 
raising projects for humanitarian 
services to her comimmity such 
as Red Cross, March of Dimes, 
Community Fund and etc., truly 
a w«nan of acownplishment. 

CostuiAe Dance 
SW Notenibea- 2 

MAOBU ^ Keep «|je date of 
NoveaAea- 2 open for the Cos- 
tume Dance to be l^ld at the Cav- 
alier reminds Malibu Civic Lea^e 
president Al Halvej'.tine. The 
dance, which rans firom 9 to 1, is 
ftr te braefit of the 2KW Gen- 
mi. HospUM of Virgtaste Beach 
fM^ and tickela are istiU avaH- 
aUe. 



Cancer Society 
Awards Go To 
State Centers 

WCHMOND — Fifteen dinical 
fellowships have been awarded by 
the American Cancer Society to 
three Vkginia medical kistitu- 
^om, It im armounc^ today by 
James W- Rawles, president of 
the Society's Virginia Division. 

Six of the one-year fellowships 
were awarded for the current 
year begiiming July 1, 1963 and 
nine of the feOow^ps were 
awarded for the following year 
beginning July 1, 1964. Recipi- 
ents of the fellowships are tak- 
h^ part in the Soda's nation- 
wide program to bring to cancer 
patients the latest methods of 
cancer detection and treatment. 

The six Virginia physicians cur- 
rently participating in the So- 
ciety's clinical fellowship program 
and their fields of specialty are 
Dr. Cecil Robert Burkhart, sur- 
giail pathology, and Dr. James 
Edward Powers, surgery, at the 
Mechcal Coflege of Virginia in 
Richmond; Drs. William C. Brans- 
cwne, internal medicine (hema- 
tology), Rkdiard Evan Boden, 
pathology, Stanton P. Nolan, sur- 
gery, and Francis B. T^gue, 
surgery, at the University of Vir- 
ginia School of Medicine in Char- 
lottesville. 

Virginia institutions which re- 
ceived clinical fellowships for the 
year beginning July 1, 1964 and 
the fields of specialty are DePaul 
HospM, Norfolk, pathology; Med- 
ical College of Virginia, surgery, 
surgical pathology, and urology; 
and the University of Vii^nia 
School of Medicine, internal n^- 
icine (hematology), pathology, ra- 
diology, and two fellowships in 



Local Clubs Honor Mrs. Marden 




Guest of honor at Thursday's joint Fall meeting 
Virginia Beach and Princess Anne Garden Oubs was Mrs. Jan^ 
Bland Marden (left), president of the Garden Clubs of Virginia) 
Welcoming Mr. Marckn are Mrs. Jose]^ D. Deal, nresidimt, 
Vffginia Beach Garden Club (center) and Mrs. WUltem C. 
Pender, {»t:sident, Prin<»ss Anne Garcten Club, T^e meeth^ was 
held at Ae Cavalier. (Baldwin photo) 



Garden For 



Blind 



May Be 




The cape Henry Woman's 
Club met Thursday at the Prin- 
cess Anne Country Club with ^e 
ftesident, Mrs. Arthur B. Jame^ 
presiding. 

I 

Mrs. T. C. Fisiibeck, chairman 
of Garden & Conservation, pre- 
sented Mrs. Nancy "Timons, who 
discussed the Planning of a Gar- 
den for the Blind at the Bcrtaiml- 
cak Gardem. 

Mrs. P. L. Chevalier, Safety 
Chairman, stressed the need for 
motorists to be more cautious of 
sehocrf signs and school buses. 

Table decorations were done by 
Mrs. John P. Parker and Mrs. 
B. N. FidlweH. Mrs. R. J. Stein- 
hilber and Mrs. Graydoo D. Early 
were hostesses. 

Mrs. R. J. Steinhilber, pist 
president and dvic worker, was 
elected Bi-Annual "Woman of the 
Year", and pr^ented with an en- 
graved silver tray. 

Mrs. Arthur James and Mrs. 
Leonard Hitedjew will represent 
,the plub at the Fall District Meet- 
ing of the Virginia Federation of 
Women's Clubs, held in Williams 
burg, Va., on Wednesday. 

Julie Whitehurst 
On Deans List 

SWEET BRIAR— Julie Lawson 
Whitehurst, 213-53rd St., Virginia 
Beach, was amor^ the 38 wniors, 
juniors, and sophomores named 
on the fu-st semester Dean's Li^ 
at Sw^ Briar College. 

Miss Whitehurst, a sophomore 
at Sweet Briar and a ■graduate of 
Country Day School, is the daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. WUliam Lee 
Whitehurst. 




surgery. Recipients of the^ addi- ^ ^ 
tional nine fellowships will be 
smounced at a later date. 

Clinical fellowships are award- 
ed by the American Cancer So- 
ciety directly to local institutiifcs 
which appmnt the individual fel- 
lows. Interested physicians or 
dentists who have completed at 
lesBt one year of residency in 
tiieir ^)ecialty can apfriy for fel- 
lowships directly to the institu- 
tmt& where traniag is di^iffed' 



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Here are a few medkal odds and 
we picked up aloog the way: 
AccMtling to statiiAks, regardleffi of 
what an illness tun» out to be, it is 
4 to 1 Uiflt it Parted as a result oi 
anotioMd opsct. . . . Ever wonder 
tew arach medical services tap the 
pocfcetbook for? Recent studies dis- 
cloM ttat the Amerfcan pa cajHta 
wnnial co^ of doctor a^ dentist 
fmk, dnip. ho^tal costs and hcaltli- 
hMurance prefBiunii co^es oat to 
. ff you are over 19 yeus 
of age, conMer yooiseif fortunate 
tint tiris i.sn't the 17th Century. He 
life expectancy at WQi hi Vtat na 
was a scant 18J ynn. . . . Yea'» 
abo fortunate that ttfa tai't the 17tt 
Century In that corw la lh<Mie days 
were often more tarifying Hiaa the 
dbease. For 29tfa C^teiy prcscrip- 
tioM caO on BARR'S REXALL 
PHARMACY. 17th * Atlantic Ave. 
Phone GA 8-1211. As m added serv. 
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Selected items, specially marked with red tickets, 
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The sooner you come, the finer the selection— the 
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Garden Clinic Is 
Meeting's Theme 

yrnxmiA MIACH-A C^en 
dinic.unte- the direction <A lirs. 
I^ul GaDop, was held at ^ home 
of Mrs. J. M. Meredith, Jr., M the 
(Moher me^hi^ of tiie Whisi^r- 
ing Fli^s Gxc6m Chtf). 

Itii. L, I. CroAett was co-hosrt- 

ess. Seven nieroh«'s and one new 

n»n^)er, Mrs. E. D. Wolfe were 
present. 

Tlie flower. arrangements were 
taken to the sick afterwards. 



Mrs. J. E. Adacis won a Uue 
ribhoa for horticulture. 

OfN^n House At 
Trantwood School 

•niAlfrwOOD — Open House 
will he held M the Trantwood EHe- 
roentaary School Wednesday eve- 
ning at 7330 p.m. Everyone is wel- 
come. 



Birdnefik Point 
Club H9ars^f 

BIW>NECaC POINT-HMiss Zida 
Artrip of the Nauttois Sh^ Shop, 
Virginia Beach, was guert speaker 
M ^e. October m^tt!^ of the 
Birdfleck Point Gacden Club. Mlsi 
Artrip chose as Iwr ^iqpte, *Tt^&- 
uras ftom the Sen", and dniflayed 
her magnificent colteetion of 
shells unperted froa aU ova- ihe 
world. 

The meeting was held at the 
home of Mrs. W. R. Mowen. Jr. 
with Mesdam^ Paul GaHtq}, E. L. 
Rowell and P. W. Cox, acting le 
co^ostesses. 
..ymn. W. H. Hamilton, Preaidei^ 
of the Club, announced that mem- 
bere would furnish ten table ar- 
rangements for the Ti^watrar Dis- 
trict Mating of the Vii^inia Fed- 
eration of Garden Clubs h^ at 
the Chamberlin Hotel. 

Ribbon awards in tl» «range- 
meirt da^ei were won by Mrs 
S. L.Lott, and Mrs. David Stor 
noont, GOLD; Mrs. Galhip, Mrs 
Cox, Mrs. HamiKon and Mrs. R. E 
Limroth, blue; and Mrs. C. N 
Grubbs and H. W. Lindsay, red 

In the Horticulture Division, 
blue ribbons went to Mesdames 
Arrington, Rowell, Cox, R. S. 
KigM; and a led to Mrs. Hamil- 
ton. 

Jfrs. Hamilton adjourned the 
meeting by informing tlw Club 
th^ the annual Flower Show, 
sponsored by the Council of Gar- 
den Clubs of Vii^nia Beach, 
would be held at Conventioo Cen- 
tfer in March of nexit year, in- 
stead of during April, as in form- 
er years. 




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LYNNHAVEN — The Lynn- 
havoi Garden Club wiU hold its 
armual Bake Sale October 25 in 
front of Miller's I^partment 
Store on Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Sale will stert at 10 «in. Pleiue 
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Space Thene 
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Women's Meet 

VmGmik BEACH — Local 
numbers of ttie American Aao- 
ciatxm of Univewity Wommi 
hetrd vi dffiir r^ikr oiontMy 
oieetii^ al Cimi^ Day Schod 
Wedn^day Itow NASA plat^ to 
put men on iUie mam, and the 
scientific projects of p^WBt* 
corawrted witii tiihi voiture. 

John Nftatolt, ^cemobile leo 
tui^, flhitffated his talk with ^&- 
tual nio<^ of tte space vehicles 
to be ut^. 

Neiblt desciitoed coqwr^ve 
space i«^aFch piropaois being 
carried on with over fifty foreign 
countries and commented that 
there are many opportunities for 
women scientists to enter tt» new 
field of space acieiK». 

At the November meeting, Nov. 
20, the local group will have book 
reports and discussions on how a 
layman «m beitter understand 
modem science. The iKxt iiem in 
the branch's science study pro- 
gram for this yiKff will be a field 
trip to the Navy's Computer Cen- 
ter at Dam Neck Jan. 24. 

Membership in ^ local branch 
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of apiHOved in^tutions of higher 
learning. Those interested may 
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Landing Ships 
To Canal Zone 

LTTTUE OREEK— Two Atlantic 
Fle^ An^hibious Force tank 
iMiding s^ps wifl depart here 
■fuesday, October 15, for the Pan- 
ama Canal Zone. 

While in Panaona, they will 
conduct amphibious training ex- 
ercises with U. S. Army battle 
groups stationed there. 

Tl^ departing ships are the 
USS Cheboygan County, com- 
maiKled by Lieutemnt A. E. Bu- 
chanan, mA ySS Talbot County, 
commanded by Lieutenant Com- 
mander J. H. Btm. They will re- 
lieve the tank landing ships USS 
Middlesex County and USS Dodge 
County, which have been con- 
ducting similar operations in that 
area since July. 

Cheboygan C(mnty and Talbot 
County are scheduled to return 
to UtUe Oeek in January 1964. 

Beach Youngster 
At Behnont Abbey 

BELMCWr, N.C.— John Xavier 
Aragona has. competed registra- 
tion and orientation for the fresh- 
man class at Belmont Abbey Col- 
lege, Belmrait, N.C., where he is 
beginning his college career. 

The soR of Mr. John Aragona 
of a)24 HorsKihoe Court, 'Linlier, 
he is a graduate of Augusta Mili- 
tary Academy, Staunton. 



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Wndlife Areas 
Owned By Those 
Who Use Them 

Spoi^ratn w^ hunt on the 
Alto's OMny Wildlife Mamge- 
mant P>x9as th^ f idl shmdd treat 
them as if tfiey were their own 
because, in reality they are, ibe 
Game Cmnmission reminds. A 
t(^ of 1,808,346 acres is man- 
aged cuirently by the Conunis- 
^<m of Game and Mand Fish- 
eri^ in coc^ieration with ^jrte, 
federal and private agencies, to 
pro^rtde hunting foi* Vii^nia 
ipffltanen. This totals over ax 
iKa«s for each licensed hunter in 
the fixate. Big game, upland game 
and wat^owl hunting opportuni- 
ties are included in ^e network 
of management areas which 
Wretches from the Atlantic to the 
southwestern mountains. 

There is no daily chai^ for 
hunting on these management 
are«^, but season ^mp^ or per- 
mits 9^ required <m soihe. A %\ 
National Forest Stamp is required 
to hunt on Nationij Fore^, a 
$1 State Forest Stamp is required 
of hunters on the State For^ 
lands, and a $2 s^son permit is 
a pre-requisite to hunting on 
5,645 acres of Chesapeake Cor- 
poration lands opened to the pub- 
lic under agreement with the 
Game Commission. 

Bay Fishing 
Film Is Slated 
For Showing 

OHINCOTEAGUE, Va. — "Old 
Rock . . . Champ of the Chesa- 
peake,' ^he first color film (te- 
voted to Chesapesdce Bay rock- 
fish, hjKi its wodd premiere at 
the Maa)n-Dixon Outdoor Writers 
Association fall conference |»re 
Saturday. 

Produced by the Theo. Hamm 
Brewing Co., the film shows 
various ways to fi^ for ttie 
popular rock and explaii^ why 
tlM Chesapeake is an angler's 
paradise for young and old sQike. 

The film was produced in co- 
operation with the Maryland De- 
partment of Tidewater Fisheries 
and the US. Bureau of !^rts 
Fisheries and Wildlife. 

Among its highlights are ^)ec- 
tacular action scenes of many 
Tidewater attractions, including 
Kent Island, the Chester River, 
Tilghman Island, the Choptank, 
Sharp's liifland Light, Deal's Is- 
larid. Ocean City and other shore 
and Bay landmarks. 

Civic dute and sports groups 
may inquire about booking films 
through the Hamm Brewing Com- 
pany, 1101 S. Conkling St., Balti- 
more 24, Md. 

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E.C.C. Honors 
Past Grid Stab 

GREENVILLE, N. C. — East 
Carolina College rolled out the 
red carpet for two former ECC 
football teams Saturday as part of 
its Homecoming Day cdebraUon. 
Among those attending was form- 
er halfback Jim Stanley of 1321 
Baltic Ave., Virginia Beach. Stan- 
ley was a member of the Pirates' 
1953 squad. 

Besides Stanley, approximately 
39 other ex-Pirates from the 1953 
and 1983 teams were in attend- 
ance. They were gue^ of honor 
at a luncheon in the Bucaneer 
Ri(»m on campus. 

Following the luncheon the 
former players had the pleasure 
of watching the 1963 Pirates 
trounce Western Caiolina by a 
margin of ^M). 



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Local Teams 
Win, Lose 
And Draw 

VIRGINIA BEAOI — Virginia 
Beach's Seahawks won a thriller 
from Northampton, Princess Axme 
trounced a strong Oacax Smith 
eleven, Cox tied Kecoughtan, and 
Kellam bowed to Ferguson on 
last Friday night's prep football 
action. 

The Hawks neariy tasted defeat 
at the Mnds of a fired up North- 
ampton club. TOe final score was 
34-33 with Chris Hanson leading 
the way with three touchdowns. 

Coach Pete Sachon's powerful 
Princess Anne Cavaliers romped 
in their game with Oscar Smith. 
The Cavaliers won a 34-6 victory 
with Buster O'Brien, Charlie Carr 
and Bill Bovws taking the bows 
in the scoring department. How- 
ever, ti» Weight of the game 
was the PA defense, best in the 
conference. Oscar ftnith gained 
a net eight yards rushing and 
made only six first downs. 

Kecoughttn scored in the first 
period against Cox and led 6-0 
through much of the game. But, 
Mike Drye plunged five yards for 
a score midway of the final quar- 
ter to give Cox a hard earned tie. 

Kellam bowed 27-0 to a strong- 
er Ferguson team at Virginia 
Beach stadium. The winners 
scored once in the second and 
ithird periods and twice in the 
final quarter. 

Most Wildlife 
Protected By 
Game Laws 

Only five species of wild birds, 
other than those classified by law 
as game birds, may be legally 
hunted or killed in Virginia. The 
five, on .which there is no bag 
limit or clewed season, are the 
vulture, bluejay, crow, starling 
and English simutow. All other 
birds not ckissed as game birds 
are fuHy protected bv st-'e and 
federal laws. Hunter- loting 
any of these are stlbjec. ') the 
same penalties as for shooting 
game birds out of season, accord- 
ing to a reminder issued by the 
Commission of Game and Inland 
Fisheries. 

Included in the protected 
group are hawks. Owls, black- 
birds, woodpeckers, meadowlarks, 
seagulls, mocking birds, and 
others which sometimes become 
•the targets of unscrupulous or 
ithougbtles nimrods. Most ani- 
mals not classed m game or fur- 
bearers are iwt afforded this 
same protection. Notable among 
the unprotected manunals are 
bobcats, skunks, weasels, and 
wooddHicks. Red and gray foxes 
are protected in many Virginia 
counties during part of the year. 
Check your game laws to be sure. 

King Hits New 
High at Vegas 

ILAS VEGAS, Nev. — Claude 
King, young Virginia Beach pro, 
shot a finstl round 73 for a final 
totM of 281 in the Sahara Invita- 
tional tournament. 

King, who had rounds of 71-68- 
69-73, won $2,033.33. 



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Carver Nips 
U-K 13-12 

FulH>ack Arthur Lawrence re- 
ceived the kick-off starting the 
second half and returned 85 yards 
to lead Carver to a 13-12 victory 
over Union^Kempsville Friday 
night in VIA competition. 

Richt halfback Ernest Wilson 
added the decisive extra pwnt 
after Lawrence's taUy as Carver 
remained undefeated in three 
games. Union-iKempsville is 3-3. 
Union-iKemps. 6 6—12 
Carver 6 7 0—13 

C— Sanders 1 run <Run failed) 
UK— 'Freeman 40 run <Pass failed) 
C— Lawrence 85 kickoff return 

(Wilson run) 
UK— 'FYeeman 20 run <Paas failed) 



Hunters! 
Let's Make It 
A Safe Season 



The 1962-63 hunting sea^n se^ 
quite a few records not tine leiet 
of which was a 50% reduction in 
the nunfber of hunting fatalities 
in Virginia. The Game Commis- 
sion reminds hunters however 
that as the number of people 
enjoying o u t door recreation 
swells, each individual will have 
to exercise more caution to avoid 
a proportionate increase in hunt- 
ing season trag^es both in the 
field and on the highways. 

Careful planning ts good insur- 
ance again^ mishaps which often 
occur when we gk in a hurry. 
Allow adequate time for driv- 
ing, setting up camp, travel from 
ramp to the hunting territory and 
return. Remember that your fel- 
low outdoorsmen will be out "en 
masse" on the highways, at the 
camp grounds, and in the woods. 
Take it easy and learn to live 
with it. Irritf^on with your fel- 
low man adds nothing to the 
hunting season except perhaps a 
statistic in the highway w hunt- 
ing acciden>t book. Relaxation is 
the first step in full enjoyment 
of tlw outdoors. 

Archery Season 
In Full Swing 

Deer had better be getting in 
shape for their longest arrow- 
dodging session since the days of 
the Indians 3& the state's arclwrs 
prepare to take full advantage of 
their first 30 day season this 
year. The entire state with the 
exception of Buchanan, Arlington 
and Northampton Counties wM 
be open to the bow hunters. 

Archers may shoot either bucks 
or does, but must stoy within tl» 
numerical limits for ttte county 
being hunted, i.e., oiw deer in 
one deer counties and two <teer 
in counties with a two deer limit. 
Of course, no Virginia hunt^ may 
legally take nwre than two de^ 
in any license year and the sec- 
(md animal must be kiUed in a 
county with a two deer Iknit. 
Deer talren <kiring the bow ai«i 
arrow season count at part of the 
hunter's "license year" limM 
should he decide to go after the 
whitetails with a gun later on. 

Burkhardt Wins 
Cavalier Golf 

VIRGINIA BEACH-^Big Orion 
Burkhardt breezed to Ws second 
straight Cavalier Grff an4 YacM 
Club men's tournament title Sun- 
day ^ he scored a 7 and 6 victory 
over Tom Pitkin in the fimil 
round. 

BurktHurit, who vroigta over 
300 pounds, won the C^n/alier tttle 
at a medal play la^ year. 

Two eagles were scored Sin- 
day, one by Bob Itevis on ti>e 
sixth hok and the ottier by MB 
Ferreel at No. 4. SiewsA Matfu^ 
bad his be^ round, a 75. 

Club toumameirt Sfmmmim: 

Championsliip TUgbit — Onm 
Burkhank defra^l Tom PMian, 
7 and 6; ¥k^ fli^ — Bob D«vk 
def. G. B. Law, 5 and 4 



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The Consumer's Protection 



The late Senator Kefauver was a devoted 
advocate of an Office of Consumers. He 
believ^ that: ". . . the oonsunner kmrdly 
exercises a fcxmative influence in the mar- 
ket. A flood of motivation research, high 
pressure advertising, and deceptive prac- 
tices has drowned out the a>nsumef's voice 
in the market place. Only the consumer 
has the power of the dollar, which can call 
fer high quality goods and better services. 
But the consumer's interest is inadequately 
protected." 

No one denies that all manner of bland- 
ishment, some dubious in the extreme, 
are err^loyed in an effort to induce the 
consumer to buy this product or that, or to 
avail himself of the wonders of this service 
or that. But to say that consumers in vast 
numbers are taken in, and are virtually 
without protection. Is to move onto very 
different ground. To begin with there is a 
multitude of laws governing the products 
fhdf are *dMi>rfii*d ind «>ld, starting at the 
federal level and moving down to munici- 
fM Weights and measures statutes. Non- 
governmental agencies, such as the better 



business bureaus, also play effective roles. 

Of great significance is the fact that the 
typical moctern consumer is a pretty so- 
phisticated individual these days. The old 
adage of "once stung, twice shy", applies 
to him in full measure. He is perfectly capa- 
ble of weighing the merits of one product 
against another (and weighing, too, the 
merits and demerits of the advertising in- 
volved) and he does that every day. 

Retail merchants also offer a valuable 
consumer protection. The merchant gets 
the blame if a product is unsatisfactory, 
though he had nothing to do with its pro- 
duction. In this highly competitive retail 
economy, self-defense, if nothing else, 
makes him careful in selecting the products 
he advertises, recommends and selU, and 
the price he charges. 

As a footnote, it may be observed that 
a whole new school of jokes has grown up 
around some of the more blatant televisKMi 
advertising. This, by Itself, indicates that 
the consuming public does not consist of 
sheep, ready for a mercantile shearing. 



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What Is A Heart Attack? 



^HMc Sarvloa Fwtura Proviclad 
Bf T ld a walar ^toaft Aaaedatien 
'iflMAT IS A HEART ATTACK" 

Loto of people taave them, even 
wmre p^iple ^e afoout them, but 
how tmay x&Bj know wl^ a 
UiAiMack is? To con^iund the 
rauiiottm, many different dl- 
sea«s of l»art is blood i^isels 
ai% maa^amlamp&i under the 
term "hest ^mof'. 

Put ^ay simpiy, a heart attack 
occurs wi»n the }Msart muscle 
dOK mri. t«ceive an adequate sup- 
pty oi ^Eygenoted blood, accord- 
1^ to y^nur Tktewater Heart As- 
Moation. 

lite AU pumps, your heaat has 
Ytivm awi cteunbecs imt tl^ ac- 
IimI punlpinf toitx cones from 
tt« tt^ dMiMtbr waUs. When 
ttm laiMde ecmtrMte, hUnA is 
mfi&^td <^ ol 4fae tbamAers and 
tatsd into tiie vteies to carry 
lUMDridtm iood mA oxygen to 
evMy c^ of tJ» body. All body 
txmi0»iinfi> te^ontiiMa^ i^r- 
iimi ^ ^ Uood. 

Ibr M ize, the httrt musde 
does a isa^sMc unount of woiic. 
J^m f^atem you aie a^p, it 
piB^ m estima'tad five quarts 
«t Uwd a «nute% 73 g#ons an 
l^ma^mo^ ho OH the gas tanks 
of iMur ^tuMiard moM automo- 
b^). When you are up and 
i^ut K fNUT^ more, and during 
g^wma actwky— like rurming 
i« a.#aia — A may pump M tte 
nte of 14 incp^ per kmut. 

^ do tAa -wa^ ttw tout, 
m^ '^M reqwm a 1^^ and \ 
mg^ of bla>d. fts pipe- 1 
Ml, ^ mrooaiy arter^ | 
^k> htuKi^B^ wUch eh- 
od pa^a^ ti» hMTt 
Uimm of these daimds 
A^^d. lArKted <»- oa^ 
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coroiuiTy." 

Far and away the most com- 
m<m cau« of heart attacks is 
blockage of a coronary artery by 
atherosclerosis, a form of harden- 
ing of the arteries. In atheij)- 
^leiosis, fatty sludge gun^ up 
the arteries which should be 
dean as a whistle for smootb pass- 
age of Wood. TJw blood flow is 
slowed down; deposits build up 
on artery waUs and the stage is 
set for cl<rt formation insWe the 
ves^. Heart attacks caused by 
coronary atheroscleroais are the 
most important m«iical problems 
in the country today. The Tide- 
water Heart A^ociation has been 
emp^iasizing this and other facts 
about heart attacks in a special 
tfeducational camj«ign it is con- 
ducting in <ti» Tidewater area. 

In some cases heart attacks may 
be "slert," that is, tbey are mAy 
d^ected when an electrocardio- 
gram (HKG) is made. This is one 
g(K>d rrason why everyone should 
have a complete physical examin- 
ation at regular intervals. If the 
EKG diows that a "silent" heart 
attack has occurred, the doctor 
can ttte eteiM to help prev^irt a 
more mrimu eptode. 

Ed Miles Is 
Fraternity Pledge 

BATCW BWOE, La.^Edwart 
T. Mlto from Vir^nia B«ich is 
aojong the 667 men pledged to 
fifatemitias foltowing rush we^ 
activtt^ Ml the Louisttna SM$ 

Tweii^-<w» grmii^, all affili- 
irtttl with JiaUortal fraternities 
wtiera»d new p^lges at tlii 
e^MB irf a webk'Ior^ patM A 
I«r«» jnd.fus^ "<^^':. 

Hile£ was p^!£ad by Si^na fi. 



Progress Brings 
On Problems 



Suburban developm^t pro- 
duces silt that affecta every 
householder, it was sta^ tJlus 
week by Tom F. M(K5ourin, State 
Conservationist, US. Soil Conser- 
vation Service, bea^i^irtered ai 
Richmond, Virginia. 

"T^e sk iMd pTo<biced by the 
building of stritwrban homes, 
shopping centers, jwkj^ lots and 
other structure can be tremen- 
ous," McGourin said. "ArwiwI a 
big city tt cau amount to 121,000 
tons per square mite anni^ly. 
This erMion occurs when vege^- 
tion is stripped from the buMb^ 
area and the bare ^11 is ii^^i^ 
away. 

The erosion damage the bui^ 
ing site. TIm silt c^ aid p^ 
lutes sfereams, cbmages fish life 
and adds to the cost of clarifyiag 
household and industral water. 
It resuHs in flooding and dams^ 
to mds and highway. AU of tHgs 
involve exin expeme to undo 
ia» damage. The coat fias to be 
paaed on to ^e imMOtM&t." 

Much of the &^mm &n be 
contrc^l ^ adwnoe planniog 
on the use and treatment of laivi, 
^^ourin emphasized. Beouse of 
this, he said, mai^ plaBtt^ &m' 
missions and zoning botrdh n«w 
include mk control m 4^ir laM 
use planning. Oevetoj^n^ bo^ 
ers wad u-chM^rts dw are {pe^ 
a>mii$ iwtae of the Mod of cte- 
sidering silt emiti^ b^on Imm- 
ing ^arts, be added. 

"Hk &M Osnsei^atiw S^^ 
is coq>@'«Ung by providiiv €^ 
mMivB service and our i^^oh^ 
j^d infonn^um t&^'s of uift, l| 
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