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Volume XXXIX, N>. 118 



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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1964 



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emERAL ASSEMBLY 
HIGHLIGHTS 



(The f^mving refoti on atHwtUi of tke Gmrfal Asttmbly 
was written by Pkginm Beach Delegatet f*. B. White and 
Wmkm P. KeUam.) . 

MCHikKM) -^ It n ^ tiiM for decialMi In tfw 4964 

WMi litt^ more than a week left m the i^ssmo, ^ (^ussion 
ud tl^te iomi matt be reeved in itciwd^ v«mm. HvMredi of 
wouU-te lawv ire ;^t to be ^pfxoved or relied. 

lUO^ HiMIACHE 

"Hie Hmiic early Als wcrik stq^Md all «^»«r busings to con- 
ccntrrte on the 1964-66 stole bu^pt, ^t down by the H(MM 
Appropriations Committee. The commktec sMed atooit 7.4 millkxi 
<k>Ilars to the $652,316,805 ienersl fund budget r^Mnmeoded by 
^vcn»r Harriwn in JantMufy. 

The laifer part of the u^ase wu eanmrked for ^ato €^kfei; 
the Go^rnor*! 29.7 miltkitt ftrilar otf^M (Mlay pq^Pim fer At 
next two yean win i^reaM ^ 35.6 miiUflv, 

A few minor changes ato wve mate in fte bUton dolkur 
special Aind bud^, wbfeh ii^tndes federal gruti and iHglmnf fMdi. 

Alw pe^g b^ore tte Hoim, after flntl upprovat by tte 
Senate, was a mUdi raised pm for nising more ftioney to speed 
up hkMMy ^mtnictiM. 

^ comf^mitae pAn iiMch cle«red tiw Senate last Thursday 
would provi<fe an acMltioaal 4S.2 mUlbn doilars kx road consthic- 
tkxi in 1964-66, under pc^u^ estimates. 

HNIHWAY CamTKudmm 

WiA the ^tra mcney the HJ#wiy DejMutiMM woiiU fo It 
WMfk M a l.MX) mile system ^ fow4ine divided arterial hifhways, 
to be i»mpk(^ by 1975. Design^ 4o su^ikm^ Ae intenltM 
fyileffi by (xmwcting cities not on interstate rmita, the artorial 
system would N dev^f«d by Imj^^ing primary hifbwayi like 
II S. Routes 301 and 460 — four lait^ thmi wiieie iMcessavy. 

Part of Ae «d^ti«Md i^^y alM^ wcmM go to the s«^>nd«y 
arul uitan n^ds; the ^ributtoi fwmula iwwlves 53 per ^nt for 
im arterial ayston, 33fer emit for sei^iida^ roeda, and 14 per c«rt 
tar c^ Meets. 

Iiie Tevitow wMld ofnat bom 1) a $S increaK ftx- aM> llce^ 
pfaites, plus an add^mial $5 for teavi^ autoimAHles we^^ 
4^,000 poun^ or mom, alMg with a r^^ incR«se fcM- trucb; 
H> 2) a ^ foe l<^d i^am, p^i^ convfcted of moving traffw viola- 
tMM lesorled to die Divwtfn of Mrtor Vehktea; 3) a $S f^ for 
* t^MMte NMHd ^^ cxtstl^ $1 and 12 tani 4) a ^ fi% 
4 liif"nsir^ijW^lor"dfl*«;f t 1^^ e^swal, iwta^^ te 
present $2. 

11k licoM and tide f^ irKivaset would bec(»ie effee^^e Vfm. 
raomh, under M emerymcy ctewe. 

^NMi TAXB RR>UCn 

The SenMe. moMwliil^ ptiocee^d to approve a aoftes of tai 

rediirtion bills aim^ M tm^^ing Virginia's buwness cHmate ui 
dmt it will be more «ttnK:tive to new busiiWM firms. 

Tite bills, whldi ^lied the Hcwse with It^e of^poeitkn, w^ 
chamwd some^^Mt fmn die M^inal recommend^tfaans of ti» State 
Tax^dy Omaiisskn, but corned Governor Harruoo's aj^oval. 

They wffl ^et tiw state treasury about 5.2 million doUarf in 
1^4<^ and more latere both ite Governor and the Gea««l 
haoMf, ^vever, were cmvtnced tiie Ion woukl be xmm tbm 
made wp by Konomic pernio. 

The meMa«» w^M riwinile Ae «^a t» on moi^ and 
bank (^KMits; limit ta^tocy tt»i Mi stor^ tobaeK) to om ye«r, 
mluce Ae state whol^^ Ik^ae tax, ^e(^ive January 1, fnxn 13 
©aits^SlOOto 10c«»t8i and in 1 967 red«cc it to five cento. 

' T^ aim would limit loc»l wbcrf^ale license taxes to rates now 
in eff«<. and peg them to 5 ^ts per $100 valua^m for kKaliti« 
which do aol Mnv levy sui4i « tax but later wjbpt k. CouMies, at 
well as cities, would be atttteriie4 M nae te «ax. 

Svnilarly the l^laticm would limit tocal tax» oa m^hinery 
and tocris to a rate no ht^ than those on other UUffible penoiii^ 
,prop«tv: anc^er bifi would seAioc te <ax «i ^Hpitid from tf mm 
per $100 by five cents each two y^rs, banning in 1967, untE it 
r^dies 50 cents. Still anoAw would rede^ the 2 per c^ giOM 
rec^l^ tax on nilroaAi bv ^i-tei^.rf 1 p* cent each tM> yeHi, 
beginni^ in 1966, until it rescltes 1.5 per cent. 

Tte pconosab mannl^ would hawe^^itod local taitea on 
machinery and tools to $1 per $100 vahi»ti<», but tto provubli waa 
" changed to awid signiftfaiit lt*al revenue losses. 

MANY BILLS KILW 

OA^' biUs which cMiginat«i in the Sti^v CommmiOB's review 
^ VtfwiMJi's tea fiwMcnw were tela well received; fl^ were 
pomotly killed to the^Hle Wmxm Conunfttee. 

H^w w@e aitn^ at lax toqiM^ growtag oirt of aonte lociH- 
tiw' h<ayy d^swidence on locriu*^ pr^wty tot tax revalues, 
whh km assem^nte m oti^ rnu c^ate. 

tfte Vimm fh^W icttMed Ae contwveriial Janw^ River 
#t>dra)C bill, which originally would have rtiminatrt the FMm^ 
CommissiiM yiito poww CMrar any dr^lBW m Ae river 

Tte Idea t^H 40 aopmve llie Dre^weQ 40 millkn dottar federal 
plan to dteepen tfie 25 foot channel to 35 fw^ m far ui» m »'chmo«id 
Tidewater oppotttion to the prcvosal Wcked tip Igr a splid front in 
Ihe Committee on Ae Oiesap^ke and its TTH)atartes.'wfts enou4i 
to stoo it O^rmcn wmt fearful it would #stroy Aeir fam^ seed 
oy^r b^ in ^ )am[ lames. 

The ocm^wnm would oermit the Gen«ri Awanblv to revjew 
tl» twtXiisn a^iin — wto a proviso Aat no eommittee «>uld mevenl 
8ctiof»-^nyt^ al^ December 31. 1966. Meanwhile $300,000 
^mM be mdt nvaHi^ for oyster resean*. 

iKHlblt PROeiEMtt 

TTien there are %ior problems. ^ 

The House last week quickly at)oroved a WH to cemut fffivtte 

clubs to buv ABC whisky and resell it to their members M ABC 
T* iMiccs. Some delegntes feared the plan wortl mate ev^ diA a 

liquor stort. and seriously weaken Ae state fciuw ^otrrt swfem. 
Earlier last week the House General Laws K^msi^Slm kilW 

a Dcoposal for a sttlc-wide refercndur Ne^eatii^of pmnitttn 

i^n! "•^tion liquor-bi-the-drink lie i* 1w*^ ch^ aiw 



nts. 



^irtiiiHtti — put 4) 



Baii Still 
Heads Funds 
For Fla. Trip 

nt^lA — tlic fttoo8» Anne 
Hi^ ^to^ Itend la hoj^ to 
raiae 0p^OIO by Ae end of 
Wm^ 10 tt can represent the 
Stilt M.Viig^ In the St. Outers 
buig. Ph., ^Mval of Shitet. 

UtaH fkr the l»nd has nlaed 
ISM but nnothv $7,000 is 
n ee ii i tt te j^chase uniforms and 
eo«tf frtifii^^expenaei. 

to i ^enoMl letter to the bind 
men^wt, tM Honimble ^rris 
BeyvA, Govtmor of Florida, re- 
iXBl^jft^m^ the bud and ^mi- 
»»BMd li^ wortlcipation in the 
faatiiMi Aptt J. 

TM tarvee Ifn liuui a a<wth 
to n^ the umBtmrny taotto. Laat 
week Qty Council turn^ ^wn 
1 reqwM by tend director George 
ii. ^|liy. arting ttal cMincil 
proviii tlte money. Couneilmen 
voted' to tun tte tmUm over 
to the SehMd Board tad wM Aat 
H was ttiual to app-oech dvw or- 
pnuaUoQi tm such <»Mr!butlons. 

TIm biadi ^Lans to sell a vari- 
out mertiMM of omdies, light 
hulbt Md fcM aid Mti |tad wfll 
te^ <»itribiitioBi &«» IftterMtad 
citinn% buriSMMs ttdd organiza- 
tions la the City ^ Virginia 
Bm^ tecorttc to BaU^. 

U^ year tte Sta^ of Virginia 
was re^aeirisd at the Festival 
of pM^ \ff the J^prview High 

^MiHMMd en Hfe Ni»l 

II .1.1 _ i m IM . III.I II I ^-.^jgl^jiW I I j ] «. J IIWI H I I MJ I 1 1 1 [■ ■ 

CiAiillioiise 
HeadiSlslfi. 
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E. A. '•WOmW" CUL^RHOUSi 

mimtfUm ~ & a. "Scmny" 
C^h^irheuae of Vlq^ Bei^ 
tvet ^ettd inMid^ of Ae 
Young OniMrttle <anbs of Vi^ 
gUilt at Itt Atte ixnventiw hwt 



Ctateerheaae, who tea auired 
ai sttotl (Sttomitt^man ai^ aa 
*p>^ei^tet of Ae Virginia ^acb 
Young Den^Ksnta, was ch<»en by 
todirai^iMi fer a m^eu term. 
At pj^ldent he n^ esnttaue to 
serve m n«tkND«l coimnittenMrn. ' 

AH mtioasl ofUc^n of ^ or* 
guyatloa attisded the cmven- 
don^Ni^nal {a«^l^ J. Albert 
ffbiM, Jr., of 9aaM» Rigbli, 
N.C., was tlw prindiie i^peator. 

Cttlwrhouse, at ^, htf worked 
for 4he Citr ^ Vtognia Beach 
iaee 1^ wkM he h^une a full- 
ttme atihbar pf tte PoUoe Oe- 
pukeaaL 

In 1^ be sermi as Cteiwtv 
Coi^riskM^ of Itewnue until 
tt96 iilMfn te \mum S^Kial 
fhx ^Uti»-. When Ae city 
AGrg^ i^h 9^mmM Anne 
€lNii^ la IMtt he inn ap^rted 
to M€m n^ poetea of Erec- 
tor UftsmuML 

oam mm effkos from TMe- 
watw ttdi^ inift T. IVz- 
patiMt of HqHs^ exeoittve 
vice-prradeM; Charles B. Ar- 
lingtoi, Jr. of Norfolk, secretary; 
Alan ^ta^^in of Newport 
ikXK^ ^arirawfB, 1st District; and 
WBU^ T. I^^a of Cheaapetke, 
ehi^mk, ^^ District I^iwit 
haom if- ^ Msthamptott Coitn* 
ty mm ^ol^ Tmi0mmL vloHH«si- 
^ot tf lir Md Sad DiArkti. 




Industrial Study 



R^earsir^ a scene frcmi "Arsenic and 01 J Lace" are Kellam Hi|fa School faculty membns 
Ocft to right) Sandy Dunlap, Shirley Rountr^ a id Carbl l^ter«>n. (Phrto by Duke) 

Kellam Higli Faculty Turn To Acting 



PRfNOiSS ^*NE — The Ket j Andy Brabrmnd and Roy Ammons. 
lam High &:hool Acuity will pm- Committee ehairmen include: 
sent JoM|>b Kecdrlng's "Arsenic; Ed Carruth and Ann Davis, stage 



and Old Lace" fliday and Satar- 
day at 8 p.m. in Ae ge^l audi- 
torium. 

The {rity it under Ae 4Urectlon 
of Bob AbiMU and &ie She^ 
^urd. 

Memb^s of the cast include 
&mdy Duniap, Jerry Keeter, Tom 
McCauley, Rouite Kma, A. 
ftvwn, Sbirley ^untr^, Shirley 
Aieobe, Jimmy Duke, Don Prof- 
^ Carl {^ter»m, Don DeSarra. 



crew; Jofin Vermillion, lighting; 
Doris Humphries and Donna Me- 
Clowl, coiftunaes and nuikeHip; 
Quentin Owen, props^ Mtorcia 
Jones, programs; Barbara McMil- 
lan and Sue Grlgi^ prampters; 
Betty Cre^, usheni; Jim Duke, 
sales; Hilda Cramer, box office; 
RaAy Bailey, publicity; and Inez 
Bryan, George Te|w and Meanor 
SimiMon, cast par^. 
"Arsenic ti»l Old Lace" to the 



humorous story of the Brewsters, 
a fanuly wlA a long tMory of 
insanity. Abby and Ita^ ^r(m- 
ster, pteyed by Sandy Dunlap awl 
Shirley Rountree, axe the oM 
maid tfiten who make a hobby of 
poisoning gentlemen call«*l. 

Teddy, the mad brotlKr, 
pkyed by Tom ]&K3auley, adds a 
tmich of delightful comedy in his 
Inllucimtions of being T<^y 
Roosevek. 

^ Admission Will be $1 to td- 
vasce; 91J5 at Ae dtwr. 



Survey Chairman Urges 
Cooperation Of Residents 

VIRGINIA BeACH--Literal1y thottsands ^ tel^^OAe calls 
and inquiries will bo made in comii^ wnks by city depi^Mtts and 
individuals compiHng toformation for industries ttort SfPt MMiderinf 
sites here. » 

The informrttion, which is to include a wide nui||B (rf M^mta- 
tion on Virginia Beach, wilt be compiled and puhMtetm * tNnglt- 
volume 1^ Virginia Electric and 



?ower Company. Vepeo has pre- 
pared apfffoximately 120 such 
surveys for other areas. 

The project was outlined et a 
special meeting ef the Virgin^ 
Beach Development Council Feb. 
17 by W. C. Rifigby, Vepeo't Dh^ 
ector of Area Research. It is 
scheduled for compietion in three 

The firm has (»n^iled a 90- 
page que^onnaire basedrMi q^ies- 



HSSKRIGHTIS 
P./tmaUKER 



LYNimAVIW — Iftances D. 
iOoight has been nnaed 1964 
BMty Crocker HomuMker of 
tomorrffw for Fitiieess Amie hi|^ 
sehoo^ Virginia BeKh. She 
achieved the hi|^nst t^re heiv 
to a written homenuddng exam* 
toetlon token bnf aenidr ^ite 
Aroughout the oiuntry on Dec. 
3, and now bemnes eligible tu 
om of 102 .j^^rshlps totaling 
1110,000. 



CAPES CLUB WILL 
tmfE MARINE DEC 

T^ Capes Beach aittl CM»ni^ 0eb 
, will give ^ name trieairiu^l totor- 



NOT^i 

During the n«tt few w ee k» 
nuwiy r asKw ita «rill Im elh* 
ttOTes wf llieae ^Htnonff en me 
e ten e m l e study a^ imMlHal 
sHe survey for Hm City el Vlr- 
iHnte isach. 

A r e quest fH* eaapeMMen 
w^H meoe meppey py wwwmt 
ItoiNHn who heeds the pretoc* ' 
L^j ilewhie eeM^Mast, 

'H is irf the uln|eel Impevt 
ai^e niel every persen cmmkt* 
•d f m HM Wrt e (• Ih* beet ef Wa 
sMNttei^ KcUani m»« 



lor. A tocil steering cwmnittoAt 
headed tffrvA W. IMwb, «9 
indude City linMH^W. miia^ 
Mtchett: Jadi mm, Vepoai| 
Virginia Beseb ilMMier; tiSf 
Mrs. ffiwood A. W uiittn, a mtm* 
her of the Virgiiria Bi^ Dev«l 
opment Council and tecre^iaii 
Committee. « 




ti<»a tint industry tAs beitete m- 
lectmg a site, 

lactoded to the ttady wiU be 
tofomristiwi nn §160^^, d^ 
mu natunA Teseuretm ^p 



DiillilB 

lYFHTEiHHEM 

NEW YORK — The totern» 
tiooal A»ociiition el fire Chieft 
h» appcttnted Pli* ^ief £. £k 
ftiyne, of Virginia Beaeh ta its e^ 
ovtioittl committee of 100 to eo» 
dud e BMmhership campaign oii 
three MniMhtl 

fire ^itfi of ttarth ABii«iica» 
Madesi^aiainl and wvfll Atif 
«riea, w imH m Europe, «r< 
Udj^rthMI in ^ campaign u? mr 
mm$ nuHtMnhlp to over 10,009 
(hiring tibf next few jaMtha. 

^toi ^f AAriaa Wmm « 
^^ipf Aaiids. (Mkh., is chahmaik 
tf ttl €«B|)aign. He Is secont^ 
vkse i^^t of thn. UfC, tha 
t of wl^ 9 taol 
Chief of the Tiw 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
«]ated for a Ma^ 16th op^tog will nve M name tnaairii^] 
pi«tl^oe through its decor, acoording to the decorator Marilyn 
Motto of Marylyn Motto Design Studios of New York and F(m 
Lauderdale. i 

Miss Motto stated that extensive research was done at Marii^s 

Museum on one ^f her ^oent 



consultation visits, Through imag- 
tfpMve, and sophistl<:»ted inte^ 
anNition of this data, The 
Thii^le Slraals Room wiU not 



Mrs. Mitchell to Repreieiit City 



VBlGlrtA »KACH — Mrs. S. 
6. Mitchell of Blrdneck Point was 
leleoted Friday to represent Vir- 
^nia B^ch s^ the big flower 
show in New York City 
Mtrch 9-14. ^ 

The seltetton was made by the 
CSiarober <rf Cojmnerce's travel 
and tourism committee which hi 
headed by Roy M. Niel Jr. 

Working on a volunteer i^aiM, 
Mrs. Mitctell will be on duty the 
enUre w^ passing out brochui^ 



on Virginia Beach as provided 
throu^ the chancer. 

1^ brochures wiU be on those 
buslAMses ti^ betong to the 
Chamber of ComoMrce and the 
Virginia Travel Council. 

R(^ LaMve, e:ii»cutlve direc- 
tor of the Chamber, said Monday 
that Innkeepers wishing to send 
toformation to New Y(m through 
Mrs. Mitchell shouM <^ntoct him 
imnwdiately. 




Mn. Mifc^U awl I^M^ tdect brodiures to be distrilmted 
at die Jlew Y^k City fkm^t Oow. paldwm HkXo) 



only be hixurtous but literally **% 
conversion piece" to its deeer. 
Materials and designs charac^ 
iztog etrly shipping and Set iMe 
identifytog the Ci^ ttniry imd 
Cape Clttrles area are being em- 
nloyed with modem intorpnte- 
tion. 

Roy Babbto, the GMeral Man- 
ager, sato 1h* entire dub, ^ 
eluding the cM)anas, is being ^v- 
en decorator flair and luxury, to- 
troducing a modem note of eto- 
gance tor an ooeanfront private 
dub. 

The Oub ww launched list 
week when invitations for m«»- 
bership application were mailed- 
Now under construction on tl« 
one and a half acre site between 
the Caoes private l)each and At- 
lantic Avenue at 40th S., a^ 
two wings of Callfom'a Un» «- 
btnas, an AAU regulation pool 
and oool terrace, a soorts arto 
and the main club building yiMch 
houses the Thimble Shoab Room, 
Snack Bar, Men's Locter Room. 
md an elaborate Ladies Locker 
Foom, Lounge and tPowder Room. 
The l8tter facilities wtU b^ist 
such facilities as hair dryers and 
equipnwnt for lauMermg and 
dicing swhn suits. 

The Thimble Shoals Room was 
orejented as being ingenic/Usly 
^signed, fully climate c(mtrolled. 
and will have three quarters of 
its walls in aUdmg gla». It was 
blueprinted to serVe as an all 
purpose ctob room by day, chang- 
ing personality to a dmner aad 
<tence room at night with a vw- 
iety of cosmopoliton type enter- 
tainment 

Expandtog the entertainment 
and social program, TOe Capes ex- 
tends reoeatiimel fe^i^dt in- 
cluding Attltoboard, deck tem^, 
voUey Wl -aM ping pong. T^ 
dirtw tennis courts un^r the di- 
rection of iMi^ih Abbot are to- 
c^ed directly w^ on Pacific Aw. 

This new year-round Beach and 
Cabana dub represeato an ex- 
penditure of $500,000. R was de- 
figned by the ardiftecMmd tarn 
of Ganri^ PowuOl & Gilroy. AXA 
of iF<fft L»idei^ble. 



con«wrce and industfy i^lesdy 
exiting, transporM^ i^Utles, 
comnMinteation tmeitta, ^ivem- 
ment, taxes, ^cto^eb, m^ldd 
facilities, fiit and polite pro- 
tection, dvte «tivity, churph 
and ifovittiM U^SMm, t»} ac': 
tuy indua^M sites. 




Two lOiBli 
Men EMuM 

« w , *v - ^ . I V^WmA BEACH - Two Vir- 

^^S^tM^ 1^ J^ "*ni* Bw** »«o w«™ «*«ted iS 



Vtp(^ y0tM M. Courtn^ "fty- 



TU-Hi-Y SELECTS 
ASSEMBir DELECATES 



Sdiool have bees a^ct^ to 
represent Iheta sA the Model 
General Aaembly to Richmond 
to April. 



a state oJffloe reoently at the 3ft 
AMfiad <^Mn«itto»and Builte| 
MMds Stew of the VJ^rpflM 
Uinrdber and Bufldtog Material 
Dealei? Assod^OD. 

fYanfc W. i^tom of KeUmh* 
iMnrat PriiMWS Ai^ was el^- 
^ vfc« pre^deM M 'the 



lYmOAVm -^ Diaae David- 
son wd Kathy dr^ ^ llieto 
Tri-Hi-Y at Prtoc^t Anne High jRwp. C. S. Jwdan 4 Aiel, Feed 



mi Building Supply Corp. was 
lected director. 

Th ^mmotto wasMd al^» 
J(^n MandnR «Hotei ittfikhn^it. 



'tbmM'' Pamn Tickets Chi S$Ie 




M. F. Camp of Camp Fuimkure, 1^ buys the Fwie^pair of 

gatron tickets to 4e Vh^ia Beach Ovte Chwos productton of 
odger and Hammetsteto's "C^roosd.'* J. R Wood, i^t, i» 
serving as general chairman of toe show's adv^^l^ pn^p^ for 
the Virginia Rotary ClxA, wh<^ M>oo«»ship cl die musical wi! 
benefit the club's Student SchoUirship Lam I^d. Patron ticlfet 
at $10 per pair, may be purchased by call^ Bob Wilsn^ 
GA 8-7853; Jade Had^ GA 8-5222; Dr. K. % ¥fc^e. 
8-5333 or J. a Wood, GA 8-3514, lilt show i# be 
April 8-U. (BaUwm phMo) 



^ich SUN-NI^ To^«y, March 3, 1964 



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- ^^ Real Estate 
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ipltf* sftfvtai fm you, 

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to nuke the Int moi' 
that ti tM^ to mm. I ....^ 
too n^ to forget about hlio 

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VUl. THE BAIQC YQU. 
Cm)OSE SERVE AL|[f 



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1 8 2 A intir Aj^ua USf AAWTC - Oam hteck 

33^ ^i^ BMdi M^. at Princes$ Anna Plan 

4^ VM^to ^mkH Wvd. at Ara^,. « ^a 

irmi ^^ d ^ Ar^^^M^. 9 aIm. to 1 P.M.-.>f ridav sftemooa - 4 to 7 FAl 





SBWXur 

be atoeere In their lBt«r«il; tm* 

If year MewU arited Wp If bt 

to aone gronp or sttodatttqi 
you can Invite him to be nW' 
eieort at The next aodal. Hill 
your beat bet may tie to atefi wor- 
f fbevt o do tad ' 

tidly Mut If. MidEe i. < 

*eourse of action" or your 
r.'Ji": to b« youraelf. to Im ro* 
l^aed and f rieodh 







PrankHR Q 

Tl iRMltR 

Fri^l ^ygl ^^ and Pro- 

fe»i^^BlWi Cli^ "^ Vir- 
ginia $m ^ gw^ c4 die 
Rm^ WW fll i^iKliy, 
March 7th at t:00 P.M. at the 
Cyi^»a Cove County C^ub in 
Franklin. 

Spring Lw)(^t(w, fftf gm^ 
qmiJ^r will be Mn» Jn# J. Pal- 
mer, ist Vx^ I^Ndert of ^ 
Vii^ia PedaiMiiB of Mniass 
ancTnof^wMMa Woom^* €3«b 
be. Mn. ftteeri^K tfria Am 
iittiaB the M«r ^loiit 0< iM 
PrMttM CM». 
IM^ben of the Mne^ AnM 

Club to attend ^ii fuiKtkxi ^mU 
be ^ria KfcKioney, presiiibat, 
apd ^kg#M Itojlljligtt, Inna 
Bell, Lou^ imi, imm tm^' 
ens, Agnes Halny, Agn^ PMm- 
son awl RiM ' 



|i(hl|ttin hf 

•nf tp If nIHW 



INd^EMEWTS 

IMim — MIILII 

V^INIA BRA«! — Mr 1^ 

an 
dai 

.h; to 

Mr. KtA im kan-h ft*, 
and Mrs. Charlea N. Kerlee. 

Vm weAluig wiU ^dw p^ 
#uly 8 In Baytf^ 0mM^ 
Chowh 

|Ott amofl wui pa<ta^ frOQ 
PrliK^ Aam 1^^ ^MMft li 
June. ^€ m « mei^er of 

mq^^ by ilclnt^ 
Studto. 




Z 



nd 



M Flower 
^^i^MMk^^A- the 

^W^SWhJ 

HmMMfftr, Cbair- 
man 1^ tbe CommercM Diviaion, 

PK M 8K l^f^" '"* bootha 
tJrahdVirlK eve. jr thai 

ia t^ «!' iho|r. 'Tbt docorativa 
ts4 edu^tioi^ iMwOtt of tboM 
exkU}ltors win ^Agi Ibe Ztema 
ipto a ^fitaUa 



vi^^iA mAm -^ u. ud 

M*. cWtej^ae ^lylor Jr. aB- 
MUAct iia m§ma»tA ^ Ih^ 
AiQ^ter. ^i ^H*oU» An 
Nayto^^ i^ ^ifllBn C^odwin 
tf Wn^ M ^, Ala. 




( 



Mr. CNMdwin ii tba mi irf Ife-. 
Md IN. W. P. (Godwin alao of 



Alternate Dd^ptee wUI be 
Irem Mui^rn, !9aai^ ttrickto, 
mm Sev»r."|^1N^.^ 
Whto and posalb W^y. 



lAttaery, 9fm» W^Mt, Vir- 
j^ 8^1 rtiM, Anne Bhir 
Mtot, ^ine^ Aue ^rm 
B^iii^^ntM^ Od^uiiy, Qwn^dce 
«M 1*o(iNwe Wi^^M C^upa- 
IQ^ L. Suiter's tepaiteent i^, 
Geoi^ t^ and Sw. VU^^ 
MM) Ba^wsn, Iflw's i^a^nry, 
OfMdier Minety, Nii^ui Ollt 
Sbc9. Gre^brkuf fWvt. 

tea»M^ by tt» <hu^ CSMbi 
of ^rgii^ Beadi, ttte ^low iHIl 
be prei^ftd la #a AM B. ^p- 
udConvHBtton ^nt^l^. ^^ 

INvooe^ from the Aont '^XL 
be tiMd fa* the iNWMfleatta of 
^ new ^J^ia Sei^ lli^ital 

l^^icts. 



mm flaykr is a grtd^ie of 

Md. ^ attv^ed tbe XJmMtm 
^ i^lMini wiemm abe was • 
Mimbff of Alpu Phi social 
auroi^. She to en^^ed ^ Hv- 
Mk ^viaiB ud Lmh Cor^. 

Mr. Ooodwln fraAuAad frtwn 
Bmama mg^ SdMi fite haa «t> 
tended the Unlver^ of AMmum 
wd J^uowffi Sl^ C^^lft. He 
k a^^d ^h f^ela » socW 
tartemity. 

An ^urly laU w^mm 1* 



Qi^ ondidwwi Ckft to r^): L^ EmaiM^oa, Lynn 
WaJcott ttid Nancy Oeabin. 

ANNUAL SURF QUEEN BALL 
SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY 






THE FINEST FEATURES 
FROM PHILCO 




W0§DST0CK 
19" TABLETTE 



^VK^ W^ 



.. 



f Mttinctiva Fum^ira MyM 
finiaM back 

• Buit^in TaloK Mvat^na 
f Itluminafad Chan Mt^ 

f Extra large S'^xS" m^ ^•i^m' 

# Naw H-^ ' -- 110' AlumN^ ^mm t% 
guaran^-. , ft 

f 172 ^ifirf toc^ pMr^ 



iniKI»« - KAMiiM 

VHraNIA aA(^ — ItemMp 
^akl^ anownces tJie wgi^ 
B^t Of tol$ daughter. Mi© iw^n 

Rose aenkJA% to John ScoK 

Mr. ttuno^e la tea aoo of Mr. 
and IM. ^te R. Siffi«ii« of 
<^irloMffvltte« f«aM4y of Bale- 
^, -^j and SriaiwiMa, NJf . 

Mias Jenl^ if • Jfft0^ of 
nrin(^s AiuM ili^ S(AM i^ 
padlUiMd Mb ^toaon Q^em 
in June. At ^«iia« Ae was a 
a^iber of m il^ SMw 1^ 
iM^ ^^nff^ aad a flw|ier 
ft^>pa ttelta W W^r mxim 
Mlas Jenkins ^n* h« Jui^ 
^r 4 tte UMve^r (tf Mail^ 
m Spidto W$ tea MabM of M 
MmMs of Vinank W. Cox Hi^ 

Mr. Kammiie will graduate 
from the University of Virginia 
in w**^»ii • MS degrae in 

He is a 
liappt 

A iun»^r lii««Jdiii« is planned. 
Delbeit Charles Gush fnnounce 

the amemvi ^mH Mt 

ler. Miss Mary PpM »■». 
to U. Bodin Robert Scliexnayder, 

ti Schexnayder i$ 
M?. &mt Mrs CI 

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\^GSaA BBAOf — The Vh*. 
gin» Beach High Sc^d S.C.A. 
wiS ^«iMt itf i^ual ^l <klMn 
BiU to fifo fc^4 gya fHday 
ftott il:3p to il:8orp.«. Wise 
win te provide by the Cl«fi. 

IMI^ of ^ croning will 
ba »a ttMvatog of tte Mrf 
Qt^. <^Men omdMMes ai« 
IjMm Si^wlaM, lyah Wa^i^, 

tip <|i;^ WiU 1^ bam aa 

ae^Mo- atte^aE^ Hon^coming 
Qmm Cfr^ MAer awl Ap^ 
MiU of IbiBor Pto CratdO^. 










8EACH TV 

432ymG|NIA 
I MMtlM 



1^ a 4lMtfM» of ^IM &PPI 
^al »ror^. She i» a membtt- 

mt TalMa ^vt^ip of l4iiil^ 
an whMe he was a tam^^ vi 
^ tMa n fira^M^. fia It 
i^aed to hm^UUsm l^ts^ 
tiomi Tnining^nU. Uttle Creekf 
A June wed(ti&g is planned. 

SIMPSON- RAXfR 

VWQINIA BSACH — Mr. aod 
Mrs. Williani AMn Simpson an- 
nounce the engagement of Uheir 
dMghter, Mia Smdia Sua Stoap- 
scD to ^WoedrowllVllaon Bakar Jt. 

Mr. Biter is the son of Mrs. 
UMl JobUt Welch of Virgbto 
BeatA and VoodfOw WUscia ISlk- 
er of Chesapeake. 

Miss Simpson is a gnduate of 
Princess Anna High School. She 
is employed as a dental assistant. 

Mr. Baieer is a graduata of 
;;incess Anne High SdMol and 
is employed by the Virgin^ 
Beadi pakee department. 

Tha wedding wBl take nbct 



SHOW JUDGES TO ' 
MEET IKWNy 

"no Tidevrater nstfteft Council 
of Aeci«tt^ Wkimt 8ft ow 
Jud^ idft^ioM Itr ^pmrtn^ 
meeting # the Bandi Hmise, 
41^ Grah^ ^n^ iMfolk, at 
10^ ajtt., Mo^p, Mbeii 9. 

Mts. L. U. C^nta, President, 
wiU popi^i. fV^wmg tibe Ixui- 
aiti$^0l^ Mn. 'U Craw^rd 
Syilnl wUi preswt a l^^ure, with 
^m, fM^uring wild fiowe^ of 
the l^mier' area. 

TlM Tidmater pistrlct Coua<^ 
is aa afffll^ of tbe National 
CouiMil of ftate Oanj^ CMm. 

M aceraitttad j^d§m are in- 
vited to iMmd. 

JUUA MILES IS 
OH DEiiN'S m 

^mtmBum, s.c. — mi» 

Julia Ml«^ of Vir0aia ^ach was 
rec^ai?ed lor sAolaaWc acW^*- 
meat ^ri^ the first aen^ster of 
&M A<K)44 sea^ff at Cornw^ 
CoBege. 

*Rm dau^^ <4 Mr. and Mn. 
B. h, inp, Jr., Ciytttd tAte 
Chftte, was nam^ to tip dMn's 
Hat lA the 4^ear iNmian^ coll#|^. 

in Om Mfi^ 2^ jMo- c6nt of ti^ 
&ua and onintaM a g^M po&t 
i^ of ^ toairt i.0 ^idi ^ a 
B avtta^. 



Other attef^nte are Wr^ 

^Me; lAm^ Jai^ and &uaa 
BMt#ly. VHh ffide; Mag^ Beav- 
eil a^ f^ramw Gfflam, ninth 
^ie; Carol ^Aln^ and Janie 
m$]kT, eighty gra^. 

^ Ovw^tt^cl^nntn of tte af£>ir 
is fiev $g^. ^i^ cteiraMi ia- 
dhide: 1^ Qrutchfldd, ^eora- 
t^i; Bm Law^, N&^^n^mts; 
Am ^b^ tei^; Waada <^i»tcb- 
lUid. Any nuJfbitt 9M i^n 
C^eiria^r, invitatims; Skeeter 
t^ tkkets; Boaters Reed, 
oowning to^awny; and Caraljn 
Bodier, puUkity. 

SOCIETY COMMENDS 
REUEF VOLUNTEER 

UTtlB C^^K — At^ivy 
frife was omngienM ^tetlh^ 
for dewUng 9W houra of ^luti- 
ibm wrtt to the Navy ^ief 

Mrs. Ito^ SchneWer, wtfe of 
l^gB Wfl^yne £. I^tee{(ter, was 
^^ilM the Navy tt^f So- 
ciety's ^O-hoUr service pin ia 
M^MnMMU aboard tiie iMadE 
iW^ l^p US THvtmi W <^. 
WjJUam 1. Summons. 

Mrs.^niaslMr 1m» woibfld «t 
^ f^oMc nmtl sMoa Vhr« 
^&op for 10 months. 

NAUBU FASHION 
SHOW SCHEDULED 

MM^J — TOie regular meet- 
ing o^ttw Itotlhu (kardm Club 
^ held recently at the hon» of 
Mm J. ^. Sand, Kim T^rr^. 

t^ clubs "Aanufd S^it^ 
I^i^n ^ow" achwtttle^ to be 
Mid in March was jM^Kmed until 
ftirtt^r notice, due to illi^ ia 
i^Ay of the members ^mlfi«i. 

*nm next meeting wiH ^ held 
on fusday evening, ^rch 10, at 
8 pjn., at «>e home of Mrs. H. T. 
WlDtomsoat 413 Big Pine Drive. 
pwA speaker, and ^M #mon- 
W^i speaker, and ^1^ ^"on- 
^^ the art of "CtoafTf* 



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- ny ^m <Ma^ wB 

Jwt l^toesAf at « pm. «i ilw 

11 mmmM0^ ' "' '^j» » 

|i m iumtum^m^ 



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DiS'^ \BLE WEIGHTS 
wm as iMD OVER) 



WOMEN 



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5' 4" 



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5' r 



Mt0lUM7RAMr 



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104-116 



107419 



110-122 



113126 



116-130 



120*135 



124.139 



128443 



132447 



MEN 



HEIGHT 



5' 7 



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5' 8" 



5' 9" 



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6' 2" 



6' 3" 



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134447 



138*152 



142456 



146160 



150-165 



154470 



158-175 



162480 



167485 



172-liO 



All weights in indoor clothing and shoes. Women'* 
heights with 2 in, heels; m*f\*s with I'm. heefs. 



a 



Flff^twe p«r«*nt ef the adult peptitaltea Is ever 4e*inibl« we18^' 
according to an extenalv.i gtaiiv don« for the mafter* of Metroes < 
If ttist teuntle ilk* « : sk W* ehart -^ eemiMtedi 

from a etu'i-^ »^ *! "^^^S^^^^^zzJ^i!! '"**''*■''■ ' ~ *"** ■•• ** 

four own wiMl^^HMBHlMHHt ^eted* 

he d«eir^>. -v t... .^rtt;!! 
com£)aQiee Mptct y«a to iivj len< 




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9 




Poemler's Dif 

ilyniicheon Set 

*■ NORFOLK— The RanWph- 
Htam Womtn't GQll«|e famai 
Fo««tef*s Day Lnnchecm till b© 
heW March 14 »t 1 p.m. m the 
Breety JPoint OfMm' C^ Nor- 
folk Itevs! Aif ^ttkm wiA Mrs. 
N^M Knowltot tt boMM. 

Atemaac and ^csts ue in- 
vited, the kiMkaon will be $2 
pCT penon. 

Mtt. KnowftoB has asked iwit 
reaoYatknts te made no later 
than March 12. They may be 
made % calling Mrs. Kmnftton 
at 623-5898 ^r 5 p.m. 

Dr. Cail Stern, econonuci pro- 
fessw ^ the (xJkfe, will he the 
njMM jweaker. Hms for tfie col- 
icfell 75th anirfversary in 1965 
wttl be discusMKl at this netting. 

The Virginia B@K:h promotkm 
oommktee comists of Mrs. John 
Crawfrnd, Mn. Bmjam4n Brown 
and Mrs. RkAard W. Barnes. 
FurtfMsr infornMticMi may he ob- 
tain^ from ei^" of th<!^ mem- 
ha%. 

THALIA GARDEN CLUB 

TOALIA— The ThaHa Gard- 
en Qub met recently at the 
Thaltt Methodist Church, Host- 
esses were Mrs. A. T. Casfleman, 
Mrs. H. M. (jDoley and Mrs. 
J. W. Fowler. 

QuM speaker, Mrs. Chester 
BMMlMth, lectored and dMioo- 
ttra^ the "Art ol Making Cor- 
saf^". Tbeie ^CHWge weie 
««ranted as door prizes. 

The Club members voted to 
ino^eiw the ^hdarship fund for 
NaMe Camp ami to omtribute 
to d^ TeaduT's Scholanliip to 
Com^rvation School. 

Mrs. C. H. Bungard gave an 
failefAMing report on tlw Oty 
Federation Meeting, whk* she 
attended with die pres^^U, Mrs. 
E. K. Bakes. 

Mrs. C R. Maples, Garden 
Th^^V Chairman, repmted that 
FawMi were beir^ made for two 
hosi»tate for Easter. 

RiMnms w&tt awanted to the 
followine: 

Arttoic Cltm — GcW, Mrs. 

H. O. Freeman; Blue, Mrs. N. P. 

AnMrto, Mrs. C. H. Bungard, 

Mrs E. K. EdEes. Mra. I. R. 

G<rff. and Mrs R. S. WWte: Red 

^^hfei. H. N. Gladden; YeHow, 

Mrs, J. R. Goff. 

.£ la die HMtfculture Oass — ■ 

> B|k Mrs. J. U Cnsi a«J Mrs. 

W. C. Moore, ^ 



Mis Napfer To 
Vie For Crown 




PATSY NAPIIt 

VRGB^ BEAOH — VOm 
nitay Naptu* of Vk^ia Beadi 
if • eontei^uit for Mi^ Queen of 
m NaUi Uand May FesUval. 

Tte 17-yKu-Hokl Virtfnia Beach 
IU01 SchsMl senior wUl be spon- 
^red by the Ladies Auxiliary of 
tta Virgink Beach Volunteer Fire 
Ml»KUne^. 

The M&yik will be heW May 2 
ai^ the qumH WUl he elected 
through a pnuynt-vote campaign. 

Members of the Auxiliary have 
urged Virginia Beach residents to 
n^oit tii^ k)cal contertant. 
Bnsiers are disiday^ througl^it 
OeeMy. 

JOKIOR WOMEN 
lEETING TONIGHT 

VUKJIMA raiACH — The Vir- 
ginta Beach-Princess Ame Junior 
Woman's Qub will meet tonight 
1^ ti» First Presbyterian Chuwdi 
to elect' offiofers. 

TTie pro^mm will consist of re- 
ports from each officer and de- 
pulment cittirman on the duties 
and functions of their parUcular 
offJ<» or committee. 

LYNNHAVEN GARDEN 
CLDB MEETS TODAY 

LYNNHAVSN — T*e Lynn- 
taven Coloi^r Garden Qub will 
■net at 10^ ajn. to<ktf 9t, the 
hnne of Mr*. B. W. WiUiams, 
S^M I^m^ven JLo^. Mn. N. G. 
MurreH urill be h®- coiostess. 



TEEN TOPICS .. . i«}i'«b« 

Aail. Hone DaaoMMttM Afmi 




, *aall I be a te)wd»r? a lawyei? a nurse, a secrefaiy?" This is 
Mobebly the tm of qwstiiMi that has been busing around in ycwr 
htwi for sometime. 

Cto»ing a vocatkw <kjcs mat pm. haraen. It is nc* an event, 
it is a pffooess. In days pxm by, ft mm left tatf^Iy to chana. Today 
this is not pnly foolish — it can be disas&ous. 

Being a Home BcorKxnist myself, I am n^- 
uraily s^d on itt c^lenge as a prdf<^ion. Sim^ 
chooeii^ a Itfe's went is always lurking in the 
back of teen-«iMs minds, I ttcHigbt some of ymi 
mi^ be interest^ In kiK>wing nKwe rtxxit tiiis 
field. 

I-bHne econcmics is a profosskMud fiekl wh^ 
takes in a number ol speua^ed oorajprtions am- 
corned with hnfKOving individual and family weH- 
betng. It inclades finding kiwwlec^ and api^yjng 
Ijm^ mivar >* in-nutrition, foods, clothing, housu^ houselMd 
UKj \mwm equipment, child devcloproent, family relation- 
ships, family ^onomfcs, hcmie manafcmenl, l^ac f^sMiings and 
otficr aspects of Hving. Some home economka poaWoas are con- 
cenuid w.tth individuals, <^ers widi families, and odi^FS with lai^ 
gioiqis of peopte. .... 

PositKHts in Home EconomKs mclude: 
Teac^^ at all educational levels from nvsery sdwcd throui^i 
college RMCMCh in aH of the siAject-matter areas <rf home eoo- 
oomm. ExiciriM Sarfke prograiw m horn ^monsfiration agente, 
i^v^n in yflrtii pn^lim, or sttlq«5t-ma^r speciaUm. DM^cs 
aiKl iMfJhrtfaf adnUMMtoi in <^fa% hi^, mtatoaots, and iux- 
pi^s. HhM ind iraltae faMm witii piMIc healft agencm, 
niitrkion 8«vto«, family scrvk* aganizations. Bna^ m UM 
kMms, in teJrtile firms, in hone service *partnfcirts of utthty 
omwwiie*, cm «msumer cdycat^ d«>artm«its of food, cqmpmwrt, 
<x ^irGonpuiies. in merch«i*iig and commercial testing. 
Tiiwiiiliiiw. nAa. TV, <x oth«r t^m of work in commwiicaticw. 
Food editon «wl d» vmom depu^^t edkoci on wM^a's ma^- 
ziMS are ejatmples of tome eccwMn^s m ikese poskions. H<m* 
mM^ full-tiiM m om't own horns wlnMn^iaking cM^ned wm 
toM &m>]oymBat Outsto ttic hoii». ^ . . .^ 

Tlife r^ a porttiona malro tfw field rtttactive to giris w* 
varirf intcrete, talei^, and abilkies. 
AdviN^niiQ d» nM we: 

It deab w^ siil^e^ ^tat h«» strong lifctong app^ to mo« 
wonwa It dlkn a f^TOkmal-lcvd posi^ and pod salary im- 
mecfo^ly rfter etfeee I^*etary i^wnpen^ k food^wda p«s^ 
cao«^»irtly ftrf »«*>• satia«art»n to m emm te tooger rt» 
soivs with t. Home economics k so dk»e*y r^tod to i^terw of 
^L Aar k k ahwys a tiiiiely 0^ «d a pmmamom. Ifow 
^^ics Is ewellent prepwiiiw fcr horo^dong ^ » a g^ 
ciffMy to cwnbiiw with homemA^. , « 

Ha* s^wrt councs should be rfanned to meet u«m1 coll^ 

^tt^rtq^mettts. The h^ ^ool ^pam i^^ inclwfc 

«s»iA Aera^ Md physics becaw toae 8c»ws are Iwc to ^^ 

~*^in h^ ^»ooI are a hcl^rti?da^» to ^^, 

fkjlle® ^irscs in tone e^ramcs are plani^ to give m 
rtKto a^ood genewl edncatfw « wdl a. edt^wn for a 

^ mivenitin, nic^tt^ tfie Mtt 
In hone^^momict. 



Several Mi^ed 
univofsttic^ ^^ **"P^ 

hoine eooi^*i Htxm^ 



Cof/eeV Natural Pc^imr^Chkory 




A i^od, hot cup ol coitee uiows no seuon and the hotpitiUe 
'%i^a have a cup of c^e" dates back many centuries. In 
1U$, Sultaa Sotoman the Magnificent Krved this rare br«w to 
hte glints at dinner uid McidentaUy diaeovered that the 
mixing of wveral different blends of cciMe with chlmry 
r«nd^ in a better-tasting Ivew. 

The hi«tM7 of chicwy, which has been coffee's natural 
^rtlMr tar centuries, go^ back Into ancient history. It was 
mentioned four thouaaad years before Christ in Claer's Egyptian 

Spvrus, and aiKlent and mwlem rmdkal men have procuiimed 
healthful virtues. 
* If your friends are coflM lovers, surprise them some evenjnf 
with "Spicy Wh^ped Topptog Coffee.* They'll love its strong, 
yet delteate flavw and praise your coffee-making virtues. First, 
prt^re a fairly steong coffee with chicory, either drip or i»r- 
eola^. Prepare the whipped topping by mixing \4 cup Instant 
nonfat dry milk crystals with % cup ice water m bowl. Whip 3 
to 4 minutes, until soft peaks form, then add 2 tablespoons lemtm 
^iM. Continue whippmg for 3 to 4 minutes, until stiff peaks 
feiin, gradually adding % cup sugar. This makes about m 



CUM t^pin 
«ur hot 



mg. 



~coftee into mup, tqi miih whipped toping and 
serve with cinnamon sticks. 



jiattMfis.. 




mum wm^XK 




BiWM Ntlmrn No. 3349. Apron Mm fot 
HoMar. fr^ilf florad princaif apron wllh 
»a$y rkrtK trim offari foti good cev'vrflg* 
«nd a pet holder ymi mok* to mt^h. No. 
9249 tommt In fmoff, medium and lorgt 
ii*»$. t^mdivm $ln lokM 2'/* fOfdi of iS- 
{iKfc tmkrk for Ih* bik apron and on* pot 
koUmri I 'A ford* 3J Inch t^r thorf ^ron 
OM^ pet hahltf- 

Noaatwork Mton No. 9^^. Knit 
SwmHor. ThU knit Chan^llyp* twmOot k 
ilmpio fa crmoto. Poftarit No 947 eonfaint 
hutftttMomt for molting dzM 14, IS, IS. , 

SoAd M c«nM for our Natihwofk took 
whkh IndvrfM rhti^ii ot kM, erocf>*t 
•nd o m ff r^do ry o»4 a co«|>oii for lofoct- 

iitd SSf for oof^ JrMt pahom, 23^ for 
oach ntodhwork palttrn ladd 54 far oaeh 
poNoTM fw third ctaw maiUng ond lOt 
for ooch patitrn faf Aril cinu irmdm^ Hi 

Atmer iMti umbau. •«« im, n*w 

fork t. M V. 



IMptllHlABdCiMr 

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We admire the public ^rl^ jndMduftI 
who is willing to take «i community j<^ 
Of hedd drives for worthy ^y«M.^iffycf» 
should be willing to do hit dw«. Untew 
citizens are witting to trt» l^r turn, • 
coflMnuoity tiends to «li^ hiJtiWWrl 

One can, however, be»«w wo lnwlv«i 
if I oDmmuotty affair* thi* ♦w^wn't ^ve 
tfane to ron his own busing, ^•m ^o I 

^Aw « very likeable cienti^iaft, tw^ ^nm 

-itatfi, wne aTTarnowi uustomers of 

., . ore found t+>e door locked with a note 

'^rtHinc "open torrwjrioir.** >Afl»t had hap- 

arving lemonade at a Farm 

'■^ecause 
itWves 



iwi were 
N«n wNn 



chap 
i^«j. It wasnlrt 



of him to speffe^ thf day lawving lemonade. 

Of more value to Wt community, how- 
•v^, wcxiid have b^ a welJ-run sti»-e 
v(^kii would have K^p^ attract buslnwi 
te tfw dty from ^ mrrmm^^ area 
EVWY day. C«iaw|y, Jt woiild have t^en 
of m«» value to tfie q^tors he a>u1dn'r 
pay when he went out of business. 

C^nmuntties. najld chHc-minded l|^n 
arwi women, people willing to take on jobs 
which need ooing. One should be caiiiful, 
fKwvever, to Inn it the offices he holds, ihe 
dlrh^et he heads, to the number he can 
handle while doing his main job well. 

Nothing Is more Important to a city |t»an 
well-run, welUrr^naged shops and tlores. 
The more successfuT they are, the more 
valuable they ere to tN «Mlp^tY. 

^ only 4o ^rtr ^rm% W^it The 
wmmunlty ai • \^^rfe prolitt, w^ W»c- 
cets or Wlure of adty de^idt largely on 
>^ iu<^»sfMlly lt» buttnws wititutions 
are ofMra^. 

-Sl^py lye (Minn.) HeraW-Dispatdi 




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9EiACH 
^ gl ?f-- t-.-.thea^ern Virgin 

, dib^ t(t >nd Pte Saturd 

ixil was in *e CowKry dub of Vu> 
qdUmm^ and clifM Of » )^t stfAck at " 

Mt oty'i (Mrti^ plaaper, 
; Ihe pbtt twtk M^? I|nt>l 
He reiigned iiftef a di»- 

- ^-^ — III li^rlmrii 

on pa|i;y nlatwri . 

After his appointment to ttie 
regional planning connniaaion 
poftt in September I960, he 



- Oadand A. Wood, 50, Uni mi oai) 

R.'oi.in.-i! Plnnninp 



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sbters, Mr« Roger I, Mann i^ 
Virginia Beach, Mias Lillian 
Wood o( to* AngeteA aod Mrs 
Robert Bryck» III o( Ridioioiid. 

A funeral strvKe was held at 
3.30 p.m. Monday in St Sie- 
phea'i Epticopai Church, Rkii 



Lditorlal Finip 



at 8410 Oc^aJwW. .<-— — 

A 1934 gr^MM of V^m 
Polytochro; l^toite, Wood «-♦ 
ceived a msMt* ^^gm tnsm 

t^ m 191^. He later 4^Md 
at m Mtwarhu^tti ^^tm ^ 

Wood aatlgned. ptris, pla^ 

fmuds and parlEways for New 
ofk City and hel|fcd dfwr a 
master plan for Riohmoni Hb 
atao pff^ed a oaater pbu for 
Walton. Mais., after a fo^y^ 
mu of duty with the Army dur- 
ing Worl4 War II. 

^UNer resignfaig as RiolMaopd's 
cky ptaiHief, wood eatabliiiliad 
^iteod A. Wood ft AaaociaMs. 
consuMaiils and (te«^n. ^e 
cloicd the finn when fo was ajV" 
point^ to tfw ^knal fanning 
commissi(m post. 

Through the years. Wood pre- 
pared mastw plans for six Vh^ 
ginia cities and handled annexa- 
tion ptaaniitfffc^ wUistMi-s*!^ 
N. C. 
hijj^wa 
Virgini 



gis laB^, this ajmpaoy says, It ba^avall- 
able swm «<^, ^^^#f^ ,|^^i- N»lto 
that fUcker, too. 

Thomas A, Mvm, who devo^ obn- 
slderable eff«t to Inven^ng an electric bulb 
#iat didn't fli^W* wp«ld be jj(reatly 
amused. 

y,-„^.., ^ -..- ..- — He might 4h^^ wondw ffi whlcli dlfeo* 

.,r,re *^nn s ■^:l!(on na$ tamps tJon this CTnftiry's progress is hea<^(^, and 

whether It ^^11 mi with an electric bulb 
hat smokes and pells l*^ a kerosene 
amp. 

-Southe^tf ^^yriai^ 



gh the passing of the street lamp 

■ in most places, - ' onrv- 

' 'etain a vMtig^ «. ,vhat 

nee pf a helf century or 

tous era. None can 



.1 ,f ,k,. gaslight business and its esti- 



PRff. f^m ^ 

BE iiL SPEAKER 

waamA w^ - ani. 

I^n^i A. Mete, Jr. of flh||^ 
eao^ <^^tMaft of WUBbm 
n« Mtfjr C^^i ^ If m 
ifmfm U lie Itartiy Hkwb, 
Mareb i, at 3.30 pm, i^m ^ 
eociation for fiMnrA a^ te- 
hghtenment, ^ ftnet a^ U- 
lantk Avenue. 

Philoaophioel Coaatoaltou of 
*Sottl"', in wl^ft te «M w- 
i«late the concapUcNM ^ ^ hu- 
man soul of ftwr phUoaophers, 
respectively, wi^ <^t iq the 



Off To Europe 

RITHM^^ -hard C. 

Ho tor ol 

t h I' Vi«^*llJ*l lir\iu.7w lailZfltlOB 

Group, wiS leave tomorrow on 
j a njonth4ong trip to^rope in !J» 
' interest of the SUte's econ.)r"ic 

growth program 
Specifically, Mr HolmquiM 

' will: 

f Explore the poasibillties of 
tttfscting industrial investment 
to Virginia from bualnen con- 
cerns ih the European counti'ies. 

e Rudy ways to increase trade 
among Virgmia buslneas firms 
and European importers and ex- 
porters. * 

tt Expli — '^" "'""•"hUtty of 
a Imsll d ^glnia 

business men viutmg Eurape in 
the interest of auracting foreign 
investment and opening additional 
tr»i*i channels. 

Mr. Holinqiuat siao will visit 
sev«ii Buropean imnufaoturers 
who have expre?sed interest al- 
nady in ^ablishlng manufac- 
turing fseittUas in Vir^nJa. 

His firal stop will be in.Brus- 
«ll ^bere he will confer with 
Siiprge McKiniwy. dirad.or of the 
Virginia SUte Ports Auibority's 
Bureau for Europe. Before tils 
return h« w*Ji visit business lead- 
ers in Frsnce. West Germany. 
NcHtMn Italy and Sweden. He 
WiU lelmP t» tjhe United &ates 
March 38. 

Uc, iijlmquist is noaJui^ tlw 
trtp It tt» nxfOMi of Vm VM^n 
fd Industrial Devetopment and 
itng, GovarAor's Of^. 




V 

To 






Mqtien'sNeec 

, W. AlcCorma* 

f'>ute of RfpretenMivn 



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A^t ih« llib Co«gr«« w tcoMn- 

'.rnmrr when it Biu« •<«)<»«««« 

nttkmal etectioa? wt»l 

, ^4 jfrctuKnt Jobuon be tble w coma 

f!Lw part o< the original Adminii- 



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WHy Hep 9it Cigarettes? 





fMrftaNMl 



ters, MkrfB»J|!IIFWli4^IVff!PrT|MP 
bcth Dade Wood, Carol T. Wood |«» piM*. »« 

and Sudic R. Wood; and three ' to attend. 



li^^Mt 



^u^ ^ #w to- 
ld Iw* 
htur^Mt habits 



^ni'i ui3ea&6. 

f the government may 

'■'5V sh^'-'* birth MW^^ 
jgs, mmm 



^ whl^ am too new to h«m been fully 



^' Aft are habituai c^^ drlnl^rs who 

,y iw or nnore mm • f^- ^f^*** ^ 
m who Mnk rtiay can «mstint)y lmblk» 

alcoholic fcw^prages. 
The^^^^l rule, with tt^^^ as w^l 

as n^t ^er things, Is r^ to Indulge 

w^aslvely. Modera^ cah save your Hie 

in many, many ways. 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



,ii iwa yuors i nav, 

i the "Virginia 

I'News" as an out of 

•r. I haw raid yaur 

and time again in 

^ area for 

ciftiiy , etc. This 

?mNi|^ to sub- 

e the fact 

m aoaeniee owner of real es- 

^ 3t tiie Nflrth Cnd of the 

U informed of your 

,cuvrue$. 

he rebzaary 11, 1964 is- 
: li liiled a stateoMfit of City 
^^0^ W. RuseeU Hatdieti, 
j^ -a-T/i n»u". This mm item 
act message to me 
v« tried unsuroaHftfly 
J '• n find liffonna- 
.- replaced sand 
of my cotUfe be- 
nd S3rd iStreet. I 
9 Mr. Hatcfa^ for 
address of the lo- 
' '*gent. 

^ah Wfc<*aesday 
ave spent con- 
id effort having ■■. 

UJiW!-i,u .I'ft of ! 

- this several 



thai 



-.A 



quantity of beer 'cans, liquor 
bottlos. and tra^ which will fill 
ry gallon trash container at 
ux end of one night's gathering. 

Should I sound like the irate 
taxp«>'«r who demands his rights 
for ew»y dollar spent on taxes; 
please forgive me. I only wish 
your editorial would call atten- 
tion to t)w problem which exists 
pHmarily during the period when 
high sdiools and colleges end 
their teftus itt Ite esriy summer. 
We St the North ^d of the Beach 
suffer the descension of persons 
who have no regard to private 
property, you should see ho«r the 
oars are left parked on our 
streets, and no ragKrds to preser- 
vation of our dunes n.it i<i men- 
tion the neatness of i 

As long as the North End of 
Virginia Batch. f^Kun Cist Street 
to f^ Story is not policed regu- 
larly by a more strict Beach 
Patrol and also by PoUce De- 
partment Patrol cars on the side 
gtreets we shall have to suffer 
these indignities at the hands of 

M1S& KELLY ON LIST 

GRLNI^ELL, la. - Miss Kath- 
leen Kelley, daugMar ef Capt. 
and Mrs. Hu«h A. KeUey. 11 IX) 

jre Dr * Beach 

t\M been MMi *o ute Deatt^ 
T.ist for oBlSiittidmg acadeoye 
iievent^ st sera- 

Hie ust IS n»ac up of ap- 
iteh* the top 10 per cent 
aiwtoit bodj 

iMtt 1^ OwntwII. mm; 



those who do not care i^ut V^ 
ginis BMch the ne^ 
I have no criticism of the (mx- 

teous and affideot PMte Owl- 
roent. I know how i^td Vm M 
from the time my hwse mj bwf<- 
glariwd. I only wish ^y awf 
instnieted to visit our wm nwa 
thoroughly. UntU the owners a^ 
residents voice theb^ pmt «# 
feelings wiU the Nofth WaA U 
the Beach be more of a ptaywtf 
spot; and not m maA U a tott- 
tion known to ^ha "famS^ s^* 
as the place to mert branisa 
there is no polioe j^ti^ to se> 
lUict their acUviUes. 

No one wishes mora ^a I Mrt 
Virginia fiaich be 'kwwB to ^ 
youfiger generation tt a ]^* 
ground for fun and $a^^^; M 
not known as the ^^ in the 
State of Virginia aten wM 
beach parties can be cmrM w. 
This unfortunataly is mnas^ 
known at three or fow- ^ the <^ 
leges in this area «mI ftutiwr 
West. Tile local yousi^ aet of 
Virginia Beach and N«rMik have 
this impression also, tito is prov- 
en by the many V^ri^ais IteA 
and Norfolk license ^^ m ttM 
cars parked in the iUvew^s, 
middle of the streetj^ laA w tte 
lawns on 8Srd Str^ ^m m 
July of the past years. 

I most appreciatively tenk yw 
iar your hi^ and ! Mmw^ w 
many others who km "the 
Beach" as I have lei^^ to. Vir^ 
giaia Beach is a btf grai^ 
center of culture as wtf m rese- 
CoflM to CMfflWffld mA 




(Conia««4 irom page %) 

Some members of the Assem 
to their liking than litiuor-by-the-i!^^ 
few restrictions. Proponenti of tibc Ms 
more easily obtainable wooid tedoee 

anp^^ 

Hie Senate, mean^iiule, fmsA a bitt already aspiw^ by the 
Hause sutbtviziog permanent revgeatioa of drivers* licenses after a 
ttiiid conviction for drunken driving. After 10 yiears tfie offender 
wddpetttfoa a court of recoid for a aew dnviag Mmtt. 

llie upper cfaamiber also passed a bill to alkw Ridges and juries 
to examine me previous driving records ol offenden in traffic cases, 
ater conviction, so Uwy could consider it in passing aetiteoce. 

PRINICIMO DMVIitS 

Across the Hall the House was considering a bill to deal with 
drmking drivers not drunk enough to be called drunken drivers, tt 
^rouW permit them to be prosecuted as "impaired" drivers. 

A series of bills aimed at changing the i^esent Memorial Day 
to Labor Day neriod of Daylight Saving Time was in the legislative 
mill. too. Some wouhl extend the D5T period; others would exempt 
T^fts of the state, Nobody was quite sure what would happen. 

Meanwhile a pair ol r^olutions wete tntroduced in die House 
a^Mrently dknigneo to face up i<^ ^c uhimate atxsiition of the poll 
tax in sute andlocal electios^ 

One, proposed by WUtiMOsouxg uci. J<u«paa M- Carneai and 
46 co-patfbtis, would TttyJIpt « tiaav onmmisst6n to nrepare for 
the repeal of the poll taf P^l lexandria 

hwl 31 co-sigiiers wid) hnn ob i* njMiuiioo ptopot^^ a gommissiqn 
m study voter quafificatibas. 

A s^itar Republican sponsored resolution also was introduced. 

TlK> <; .^MtMlS weie J«mM|| 6p % the final week's 

rush. When ,... „<;adline for biiis <im* m wett !,213 had been 
introduced. 836 in the House aOjd 377 in Ac Senate. 

Also ttieie weie 74 teeeluiems in the House and 42 in the 
Senate, with still more to borne. A few addhional tHils— with the 
Ciovernor's approval — also are expected. 



Ate- 
holism Hed^etAay from lO^M 
a.m. to noon at the Public HMlth 
Center Audtorium, 401 CWtey 
Avenue, Norfoik. 

The following program wiU be 
presented: 

10:30 Wetamie, Aubrey H. 
Perry, Sr., «^^^ Norfolk 

10:35 toirodud^ el Speater^ 
The Reverend ^AeiA^Nv, ^i^* 
man, Clergy Coff^m^ Afco- 
hdian. 

10:40 Panei Presentation, Mod- 
erator, Joe Hoppel, WCMS Radio 
Announcer. 

"The Roi£ of the Nurse in the 
Treatment of Alcoholic Paiients", 
airs. Peggy Siein, B.S., RN, In- 
jtruotor. School of Nursing Divi- 
sion of Ifedlcsl and Surgkal Nurs- 
ing. Msryview Hoq»tal; «kI Mrs. 
Catherine iLee, RN, Head Nurse, 
Mala Me«eil and Sntttcal Nurs- 
ing pjviBton, llaryview Hospital, 
|\)rtamouth 

11:00 "The Bdle of the MuMeT 
in Counseling the Alcoholic", The 
Reverend Cecil Clifton, Pastor, 
Aragona Baptist Church, Diploma 
Clinical Pastoral CounaaUag, flow- 
man Gray School of Me^R^ripe, 
Wioston Salem, N.C. 

11:20 "Treatment of the Alco- 
holic in a Private In-Patient 
Facility", Mrs. Sdythe Broughton, 
Direettf of Oceanaire Rest Home, 
Virginia Beach. 

11:40 'Trwcted Program of 
Clergy Committee on Alcoholism 
for lft84". 



ThM« «i»i«»tw«»»— « variatifl** of '*"' 
«-,TOO.t in th* mind* of mort p«opl 8 

JJSTUk n *r»n»I wh^b .fl 

of as a Caftgrew mv« b«*° itii.>'"'g ww »*»* 

M be foolish to make pwc^ ^«e- 
«^ buc I am «mW«.t that *«" ■ a. ».«r4 
of dtc iStb Cott$xm k finally ^ «» 

be 1 notable record of achievement. 



Thm^V^ «WOn« for believiM tb.. Fi"., '' - « Pje^ 
-^ ^ It. i>f«blcim. More unportint ih«n tiiy. « Prtw 



^IfiM md m proWfim. More unportJ 
^r Wmton'M determtnatkm thai the ina|or 
wMTw b« ^i«d uid hi« declired inMntioo 
WW twf bit of hi* influence and prestige 
to i«w«iJiih it. Then, yon have the atutude 
ol ^ngiWt ittelf. 

I tWak dw Coihgreii hai every intention to 
n^ram wp » »t» rtipoo»ibiliti«» m the area of 
ctvU rightt, l» reduction, economy in govern- 
^t. nat^id security, education, employment 
M tte «*fiy other pressing programi im^tant 
M A» pe^ of the nation and to the peace 

irf ia iN*W. 

Ther« H plenty of jusiifita 

.ion for laying thii. It should 

be remembered that the 88 th 

Congrwei already has lome not- 
able achievements to iti credit 

-^approval of the taM baa 

treaty, expansion of the Peace 

CoTffc b^AtioB ^ iiiwtri 

health 1^ fc»tal m^*mm 

pi^rani^ oelk^ nd ^ s 

whek kA ^ U» 4mmm l^t 

very w^portMit k^tbn that 

§fym §9m unnotk^ by W 

g^mi pvUic. b adUitkw, t^ 

ItaM a^ ^WJR aeparately 

imt c^npletd • tMmr* k«d 

ti committee work and actually 

patwd much basic legislation 

that only awaiti action in the 

nthcr hoiiae for completion. 
It is a flustakc to put judg- 

ffltnt OB thii or any Coogreu 

before it has complf^ m work. 
It should be reffwiwered when 

ludgiag the progress of this 

Ceag(«w that probably no Con- 
gress has becsi a^ed to deal with 

kualatioti ol auh nsnigrt*. 

jb^ and cetnplaity arUPe- 



leneed by the Civil Rights, the 
tJJti' ladttctton and the aatioaal 
seenrity bills of this sonon. 

There is no easy electrooie 
.jmyoatr aatwtf to i^ Civa 
lUgfos problem, a piebleoi tbaS 
has been with us since the first 
Ave wm bmi^ » AaKriw. 
Thi» k a ^Mmk mrdnH 
imp mi Mtt^AM wwtiMa 
dH&g buk mmm Ami IM 

A avtf ti^tt im mm u 

mmh mwe thus a ^sMk pafit- 
kd ^kon ftw db iKwd. A 
Civfl U^tt m « be 
muK have 

A Gvil Right! M tobs WtriL. 
able must sti^ ^ ^stf ^ 
ceptance hf An pe^. 

As PnrfdMt IoImMii sM «» 
die joint tmim ti Qmgtm 
on Novembtt 37 A:". . . m 
laemori^l . . . Btfiitd QMe ^■^ 
qucntly honxv ft^dm t Sm-' 

atdy's ttwiaa^ ri^ Ae m^m 
possible pawN^ M ikt Clvi< 
Righu bill §m iM^ N ^^i 
so loni." 




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first Baptist Te 
Hold Itevival 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
First Baptist Church of Virginia 
Beach will hold revival services 
the week of March 15-22. 

Rev, Robert N. Wallace, pastor 
qf Thalia tynn Baptist Church, 
will be the revJA^al speaker, and 
Rev. T. E. Miller, Minister of Edu- 
cation at Bayside BspUst Church, 
will be the song lesiSer. 

Prayer semtoes oa the Wednes- 
day night i»eee(ting tiie revival 
are being led by different organi 
wtions of First Baptist Cbttrdi. 
The <W.M.U. will condttet the ser- 
vice Wedpuid ay evening, March 4 
at 7:90 pjm. 



■»a 



(Continued from Pa^e One) 

School Band from Norfolk. This 
year Princess Anne will be the 
only musioal entry from Virginia. 
While in Florida, the band will 
compete for the Florida Gover- 
Bor's Cu^, a teiie &i#Mi trt^^ 
prawMvi by, ^vmm ^ya^ te 
tebMt out-of-^^ band m 
piMKle. 

Should the Princess Anne tend 
capture the award, the trophy will 
be presented once m i!^.'^f"t« a^'^ 
again in special cer> 
home after it h» bt iv^d. 



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The Virginiq Befich Sun-News. Will 

Publish a SffuVfnir Edftio^ Telling The 

Stpry in Words tond Pictures of the 

Longest Bridge Tunnel in ^ Wml^ 



Thl» gi9»iTfic engineering proj^ will eonn«» Virginis's Ewtem 
Shore with the greet Tidewater area with one terminus of thii bridge- 
tunnel complex located in the great new Gty of Virginia Beach. 

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Two tunnete, t^ more #ian a mite long^ ar« a part of the great 
Cbesa^al« ftey Miige-TMnnel. The tunt^ls will alkn^f ample dwrance 
for ^e largest ocean vessels. In addition to the two hjnnels tb^-e will W 
^ut man-made islands that wilt link tbf turmelsAwjth overwater bric^. 

As a tributa to this ^rwt pro|^ ^ Virginia Be^h Sun-News will 
puWl^ a ^^al Chesepee^ Bay Brl^eiwoel edition early this year 
prior to the official (^nfng. m knqw this edItW will give fn lnsJ#tf #» 
to what can ^ exf^rted of the impact on the area's e«3nomy and f uty re. 



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1^ RJlTOiR IWroRMATION GOhCfRNlNC ADVERTISING 

IN THIS OMTSTA>©ING EDITION CALL OR WRITE THE 

vi»r!iwiA RFArH SUN-NEWS, GA S.24pr. 



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Blood v«s$ol 
Repair Will 
le DIscaosfd 

NOWOLK — Blo^ VK^ n- 
ptv wi^ twy «u#etl lastru- 

^^a tWfwfing ^ fiftft aiUMitl 

Pijuiw iMi Itoreb U. 

M>. JtMi J. JtadMoa A Otais- 
iw of tasrar wA waeiMr n* 
tNtfeh ^ ^tow YMfc'i M^MiAl Sioal 
HMJ^, wU rapori on "tlbe Clit- 
ic m^&i ol McnmisQiAr Aff> 
9iy;' «t tte opeDim tMihn 4( 
a ^-teBg ftogiua Mnttfti to 
^h^^twMlf TMP»ator H«*t 
A^>mUoi ti U» GoWen Triattgle 
IMtt Artel. 

I^. ^?ril C. ^tMitip Jr., Ai- 
^cJAte protewor ol &irpry tt 
j^tou Mvriyw H(Mqtttal, BaUl- 
more, Itoytoad, ^ows Dr. Ja- 
cobsort with a paper on LeaiMW 
of the C^ro^iy Orauhttim 

A .^mStmon, on "§i4}tte 
Signs of -J^tu^m H«Mt 
Failuw" by O*"- Braw Log»», 
Pnrfeasor of MedkiDe, B™»y 
Uiver^ School of HedWiw, At- 
lanta, Geor^, wiU ^m U» af- 
ternoon feoloM. 

Dr. 'nMHM W. iUtingly, Dir- 
etAor of ikm 0«pKi»wt of M«d- 
mm at WaAmgton D.C. Ho^ 
tal Cenler, i^ apeak on "C^ng. 
ing Concepts of liyocardial Di* 
ease." "ftenai Homo-Traniplan^ 
tion in Ma*" wUl be the final 
l^>er, p?MWto4 Iv Dr- David M. 
Hume, Chairman of ^ O^sitft- 
mttrt of Surpiy at the M^i^ 
^ifce of Vi«ini«, Richmowl. 

i^. %. Bryan Grinaan Jr., wiU 
l^lide for the morning meeting 
with Or. Bernard H. Miller, Ti^ 
wat^ Iteurt A^ociatlon i»«B<te^ 
duJciBg U» aftwttoon se^)n. 

A i»mI (Mnwdttding ti» nMro- 
inga^wn will ihclwie Dr. iWlw, 
Dr. JacotaMi, Dr. SAiA». Dr. 
Qeofga A. HtrklBa and Dr. Levi 
OW, *. Dr. R(*ert B. Gi«Man 
i« nuta^nr tor the sf^wom 
a»«^ wki^ todwiM Or. Cliffy 
^. Hume, Dr. *tar^ D. l^yi» 

and Dr. OomW IV. Drew. 
Sym^ftum c^tomn is Dr. 

Aijfin Margc^ius, Jr.. h^d of ttoe 

iaiiffiiivtif>n'° ProfMsk^nal ^uca- 



Virgin/i B#ach SUN:NE\A«, Tuesdav .AA«f 




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MAifflU — The Mal&u avic 
League wU hoM 'h MXt montiUy 
n^eting tonigM at 9 pju. ift the 
aiallbu I3eniehti^ Mm^^ 

C, G. Haflrta, repwwtim U- 
mm is4 da^vw, lm^l«s of 
Mbu vJU be ^«A weaker ftf 
a "Quezon and Aaiwer SesBon". 
in ^ttlott Mf. Harria wUl com- 



Se^i^w^ VB C & K 
feiOjoa^ m C * K 



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9» W warn* mu t^ g^^^ ^, e * K 
roent on the ^m 4 tb* Mal^ j„,p^„ r.iRLS— 
Developm^. 



AVIAfW A8, ttaly — ^^^ 
p^l.^x) Hainnufk of S^ 
Die^, •Calif., b now m 4jMy M 
Ihia ba« ia aorthers ■»# w*th 
bis Ta<^<»l Air Comnrand filter 
^u^ which 'm provkUng ^It of 
^ pun^ %r NATO in Mi^Uiem 

Kurope. 
Captain toWBo**, a Air For® 

paot, <SH» te« with the 4^h 

■jiMsticai eigMer S^padron foflow- 

isig ^ uiul'i partfciprton In <^ 

eMtion Big lift. He is ^twrnmA- 

ly assign to C^anon ^8, N *.. 

aiKl wiU i«him i^re when t^ 

430th ^n^tMl tts aleit 4)^y in 

tupport of NATO. 

Tlw optain, »» of Mw. D. A. 

Coonraitt of i3» Hewlett IWve, 

San Diego. jwdu^M from Wtt 

Army and Navy Acacteny it 

Carlihad, Calif. A mesAw of 

Kimia fflpna, fte ^^^d tt»e 

University of Ajrizona M^ h»to a 

B.A. dee«e. . ^ ^ 

His wife, Saron, is the *m»- 
ter of Hr. mA Mrs. Gec^ge C. 
I^rtiw of tampa Avenue, H 
Cgjoa, Calif. Captain Hanunock's 
i^her, f^ul B. Hammock, resides 



WOMEIjyOTEilSTdHlET 

\TOG1N1A BEACH — The'Vir- 
^ toch Wt, liWgue of 
Women Voter*, wffl mert ft^y 
at 10 a.m, ^ <Mlee %^m^ 

Church. 

ftirpose of the me^ng is to de- 
cide whettwr the Vfr^nia. Btaai 
ui* ifcwild beOT» a p«* <rf tta 
indew^er Arw League. A state 
boMd ^vi«r wM be a ^^ecJal 
p«t. 

Furtter inform^flffl may be ob- 
tained fr^m ^« meatoer^p 
^wtaMB, Ito. DOfotty Abdm, at 



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AHUtHUt W. fWiS. Jr. 

LAtaSLAND M^, tex. — Aw- 
nan Arttur W. Estes Jr., son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. a^ of 
1211 South Lake R<»i, Vir^nia 
Beach, is being r^sngwd to 
mmm AfS, ffl., for tochttical 
ti^tag as a Untod ^i^ Air 
Foree e^Wiidan. 

Aimw &tes, who edited ia 
flie, Afr F*« a iflwrt time afo, 
^ (^B^^k his inlUal baw; 
miliary toUning here. 

He B a 1961 grt^i^ <rf Prin- 
cess Anne Hl|h Sdiool. 



(high GKLS- 
Seatack vs. C & K 

EI.EM GIRI 
Seateard vs mys^ue 
lOGgGKLS- 
Se«t«ck vs C A K 

Saturdby 

MIppET— 
Bayside,vs C & K 
SaiUek vs Seabwrd 
JR. LOW- 
^^te vs. a^mrd 
C * K •» Va. B^A 
LyimhavMn m WmUxk 
JR. IflGH <Jtoy-of»— 
No. 1 team ml^ 4 Team 
No. 2 T«m -w No. S Tei» 

m. vam <ptey-off)~ 

Ntf. S Team vi No. f Tmw 
No. 4 T»m VI No. I Tsto 
No. 7 Team w No. 2 T«m 
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OFFERS COMPLETE REAL PTATE SERVICE 

RESIDENTIAL SALES 

f COMMERCIAL and INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
• RENTALS (Yearly and Seasonal) 
• LAND DEVELOP!^ 
• FARM SALES 

• DEVaOPER'S AGENT 

• AH, TYPES C* FINANQNG 

Main Office At 

buildArama 

BEC^E^ 
W^k^ P. B^C^^I^ - JAMK L ADAMS 



TOBEPCUSP 

in eMunmu^ msxM. te^^ |ko- 
gramiwin be msmmA ^ «ta 
Eighth Annuri C«aAre^ ^ tt» 
De^itine^ U Ita^ l^@M 
and HMftoJs at ti» HoM *to 
MarstaD hft^ W. ' ^ ^ 
GiuA ®M»» w* to^de ft-, 
jweph J. :rtff, <^^*l^er, 
Tenne^ee D^arttt^ of mtf ai 
Health; Dr. f^ul H. »id», ^W- 
ntoloner, New Yirttte^B^wt 
of Ment^ Hy^w; and %• ,^^ 
<dd L. lleffteglH^^^iir*^" 
Kentuc^ O^artsMit ^ 




|MES MILLER IS 
861101 STUDENT 

VIRGINIA T?KAnH =- *m*3 

Monroe tlilic 

was ene of 10 stuoenis iram vir- 
gtaia nnaed to «» Dean's Ufi. 
Of Bab Jones University 
GreenviBe, S.C. 

A senior in the School of Bu*- 
ness Administration, he )s the son 
of Mr. and Mrs; W. J. Biller, 247 
Ov«rla«d Baad. 

The students listed earned »v 
latst a B average dm 
semester. 

Bob Jones Univei^- 
asthe "WorW't ""^^ 
IMveraitv." is 




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tOINAMI NO. M * 

NNAMoe tMvmm a 

TRA»«BOT8 <WTAti- 

KtHJOomm 

V \0E POit 91^ tOAH), 

< DAtt fxDw^a, fmmmo 

TKANanSNTS. fNmL, BVC.; 
FOOKG IHK AMDCMT <»* SMb 

TAX^ HtovsiM} rem Tia 

VntAflONi mo MTKAUNO 

mt CITY or v«<»«Ay|Qi^ 

of Alt Ctty of VirtfnU BNeli, ^ 
fidi, doM not tanhidt mr ftnte 
for eBrtatai nMcwHy mdttr m^- 
tal IniirQmiQnti^ niuiiid|«l nr 
Tjr«i and fUMtioM; aad 

mttAS, t is neoMHoy ttal 

provWou be mwlc lo iii^i»«id 

len thft UaM iMnlsribv set 

-^ lb« puipoM of pirvMhig 

nia^ for qpiiUdpal 

at rr ordai^d m 
mtmB* or we mnor 

hai the foUowing wapib tod 



CBS News CorrMiWMk^ Hbit 

fbeeaosMT fMM e Inhx bmMIi te^ 

i« llirdL He'« *gMM to iHb> 

•tMate flnt for Mite VNBum w 

the "CBS Miniliy I^^n iM 

Mite Wenatt" ind Itea for 

Wklter Cmeidle on (te '^^ 

evwixif Newt irith Welter 

CMIUfo.** Both WellMe mi 

CnaAte «re takinc tw o^w d i wh 

aHfoBs. Reeiooer Utee ovi^ for 

Wetece fhm Atordi 2 Ubmngb 

%7.^, ' 1. On liutli 16. he fwii^ 

i^jjAoe CroniE^ throui^ 

it 27. IfoiBttiM, ho eontfniMi 

<wn '^CSS Sunday N«wi fith 

v^ Rfltsrmer " 



• uMi wMtoi 



idw uiid in ttii onUn- 
iaci «M IwtiM yurpoii^ ^ 
W^Misee, tew ^ j^tovlng ra- 
iVMMvt niiijite|ti e»pM| wnwe 

Ite^MMKt Vl^ Miealoi a 
AfllfNit netninf: 

for My perfod <tf Minottt ^u 
rixty (^ ^M^ttii« de^ ei- 

MpMMB^ OlWi^ oM^ koerd, 
MMtir Mlg^ or lb* lue <if any 
«■§• la Mqr teMii tertituftw 
itefflMd, for w^dA hmti. and/or 
wdi^if. «r ue of i|iet ia inede. 

m F«KSM: A^r IndMdual, 
ooipofiMa, ooi^eiqr, MiO(^- 
tiatk firm, oofatteMnM^ «" ei^ 
0fm ^ inttfUh^ ortliig at a 
ttiift. 

(c) HoM: ^iqr iNrtilk* or ^virte 
hoM. tM^ hoiletay. twuM hoim 
or hMMi» mM, weni^ boua^<n> 

Ol^r of ^i^ala Beidi offerii« 
todi^ ttd^ iHMli ind tioard. 
^ owiw Md ^rMer tiiereof, 
imo, tor cM^OMrtOB, fimiAei 
ttd/w lodM 'tB uy 

iMfofll « terttHbMi ^Mned. 

{% BMid aiidji0dgii«: Tlie 
fotil Itefi note 1^ any such 
tetel kt firMoe^ neals, food. 
boMd ml/or Niging, end/or 
iV^ taraiiMd «^ wch trans- 




WMrta, 
oBttinf or 

)4 W| wed M diieelidli 

" "MnoB warts MMy« 
«v«M no upy loaim, 



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<# C% 'hmmmc: Tht Tra»- 

Biw ol M C^ ot I^Mak BeacA. 

<AOMiBMmw<ff IlM«nue: 

# tte ^ ^ ^rgl^ Seaai, 

^ i^ieiid Tk A^riktt': Ite 
ImM tti Aii^r ^ the (^ 

awnwa. TAX. 

Ob «[4 •««• tte ef focttve d^ 
M ^ liffiMaee, tiwv'ia terri^ 
taiVMed and tovM <n om^ ai^ 
evieiy iwitMUm, a t«i o^nlmrt 
to ttnt f«r oHrtwi Wb) ^ tte 
totid aiMinA piMI lor h(Nv4 
«Nb%r MM 1^ or «v «qp fiA 
to iw hsm, wlM 
Mid <» ihrt M ciAMtod fr^ 
811^ tiMiiMt il «te ttei Md to 

ttM flMMNT NMFi^tfler f)fi9^<M. 

sBcnoN s. ootucnoK 

Cte and aAw tte ^Miw dMi 
«f thk (i^MMt, ovoif pafQn re- 
eei^^ 1^ p]MMOl for tetnl 
and^ m^^ '^h fieipMt to 
which a tax is levied under 19itt 
ordmanoe ahall colleot the AnKmnt 
of tax hereby impoeed from the 
transient on wiiom <he Miim la 
levied or from the per»on pay- 
ing for meb teord end/or lo^ 
iaf et ilia ttea f«imMnl lor eudh 
board and/or lodging te made 
TlM» tiMi reoutnd to be eoUeeted 
hefaitnder Aall be deenwd to be 
hdd in trust by tte person re- 
quired to eoUeot H» uae until 
rendttod m hefilnaller required. 
SECTION 4. RiS>ORTS. 

The peraofi coUeeUag iay auch 
Ujl ahall mi^e out a repoxt upon 
such femis and setting forth such 
intonuaoa as the Gommlaiioaer 
if the ltov«aue may i»«scsibe and 
reouire showing the emount of 
hoard and/or lodging charges 
coBectod and tte tax rsqnirad to 
be collected and shall sign and 
(Mlver the same to the City 
TreaaoMr with a remittance of 
said tax. Said reports and remit- 
Wotam MS, be mKle «i «* b» 
fore lie lOtt di^ tf eadi me^ 
Mvriag the unouM tf tax ^ 
toeM 4ax^ iBm praMttv 
moiih. ttte fiat nput ai^ re- 
ni^iioe Mieiwnd«r teing <to 
onwte^wM vaOi^€iVb^, 
19H eowl^ tte amwnt of to 
4^1ta^ed dttr% Ap-il, 1M4. Any 






If B^ ^iM aMl foU « re- 
£ase to jruMt to tiie Oty n«MRir- 
er tiM tax nqiOred to be ttdtoeted 
and^^MM ttnAMP Ihto oi^Mnoe 
wMhla ttid time ud to tte aiMaiA 
motftod hi Qm m^mm, Mart 
Ad to a^ to ai^ tax by the 
my Tmmnr b^aem «t tiie 
lato of oMtetf of «M per mM 
per month m ^ vmvM. of the 
iu. for each nenlk or poitkm 
toare^ tmm twoity <^ days 
after teto upon wUA Mm tax is 
dw, M i^vitel to thia ordin- 
ance, and II (to tos abtf rwiain 
d^nquant and unpaid ta* a 
period «f twei^ (m ^a^ ttom 
tto dMa ^ aMM to Am and pay- 
sMoi Oere riuS be adM ttere- 
to by ttie Oty Treiiurer a pan- 
a^ «tf tan per cent of the amMnt 
of the tax with a minimum pen- 
alty of two 4tiau9 WW, In ^tM 
a falae or l^u^tolMM rttam with 
intent to defflud tte c^ of any 
tax due n^kr thia ortaanee, a 
pnal^ of fity per ^it 00%) of 
tte tax aten te anHwd agata^ 
^ pmaoo required to coUeet Ite 
sttne. 
mmON €. TAMAME TO OOL- 

i«rr AND Kmom tax. 

If ny pMVM ^^ fall (v re- 
ftee to odtod tte aaid tax and to 
mate wit^ tte time fnvyicM in 
^ < gdl n «tt e tte r^xnrta r^uk<- 
iM teMltt, tte Commtetono- of 
tte RMwmM afatf pr^a^ in mch 
manter « te may daett beat to 
(Mate focM and laforMMoB on 
i^cb to teaa Ma ^UMto <tf tte 
tu 4m. As a(^ m ^ Conmto- 
^fio* of tiia ^vt^e atett fro- 
««« wi^ iM^ and MMiMtian 
as te la dtti to obtain u|wn which 
to baea tte aamanj ent itf any tax 
piQwMe t^ any pmon who hM 
ftfedor refUaedto e^ct tte 
aMne and to tatia iiKh rynrt 
and reaillM io e , te ateD naotf 
wch peram by ragit«ed noil 
aMt to his lart k^wn |da^ <^ 
aMr«K of tte told auMwi^ ctf 
1^1 tax and MerMt nd peaA' 

^ Md tte t4M MMMlM th««(tf 

teU te payeUe iHttin tan daya 
bem tte dite ^ anch Mtic«. 
SK7IWN 7. IWKmiS 
ft Aall te ^ d^ of in«ry 
ma» ta* tiie MUeoUon 
mi paorn^ to tte city of any 
tuE ifflpoaed by SiteMtUMnee to 
h^ and fmmm, ftn* a p«riod 
of two ^nn, mA auteble 
M^uda aa n^ te neeeaaity to 
^tomtee tte uo^nt tf web 
tM M te BMy have btm IMiie 
for tte coUectiosi of and pay^ 
sMnt to the city; "wtoffi jijtorti 
te Commiailaim* <d tile Mvenoe 
^ teive tiie right to in^^ at 
att TtusBtMt ^am. 

mcmi^ t. OB^Aimff or 

BUSMSS. 

^r^mt^m a^ potoa reqatrad 
to ct^td ntd pay to tte e% a 
tax ua^r ttia oritoawM AaO 
em» to oprate or iM)«<wiae dia- 
p«ie ^ fals Iv^iHW, any lax 
p^M IweuMer to tte «ity 
1^1 becoim Imn^ia^ due 
voA iMyahle a^ su(A pttaon i^ 
taunattat^ nuto a i^i^ «k1 
pay tt« tu dttk. 

sicnoN #. KcoirrK^s 

No tax ^aU te j^yiUe tere- 
uadto in Hiy of tte ftdlowlng 
ijMrtai»«s: 

#) On board aad/(n> lodging 
paM t^ any l%d@?al, State of Vh^ 
$ta^ or Ctty <rf ^i^nla Beach, 
tfi^M ur employees wh^ on 
olfic^ buiAaeaa. 

<h)' On teard mi/ia lo^Wng 
l»kl to 1^ teaiMd, medtoal 
clinic, cottvalesoe^ teme or 



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all tt^ P*><M mtA wtti^ tf 
potea <^e«a bi fMi^a^ w^tA 
duttoa 

SECTION 12. INVAUDBY. 

If any dause, 
graph or part of ttia 
ahaU for any rautt te a#id#d 
tiMM, aucX taM^d^ ahaB ntit 
tMmA tte ^rta wh& «« not 
adHidged in^ ritd. 

isciKw la. nmcRvii 

llua ^dimmce Asfl te hi IM 
foK% airf effe<^ <» and aitor 
AprU 1. 1B64 uid upon tte eff^ 
tive date ol thto flrtai^s, m 
onUnai»e a^pted by tte formwr 
City of Vir^a toich on Mar^ 
1, 1957 enUded "An ordinance 
levying a tax on Cnma^M cb- 
tato^ board, ai^/or lodging In 
hotels, inns and otter |^iko» 
wha« a chaife te m^e for mtA 
board, imd/or tod^ag, d^h^ 
trai^nta» bc^, ate.,* fixing tte 
antnint <rf otf tax; {wovkHng fw 
tte co&ctto ttwief; fmo^ 
Ing penaltiM for Ita tMatim: 
and providing for an ^neq^n^", 
to tmtiiy repealed. 

jotmv.Tmrmss 

City Clerk 

M-IT 



Nonci 0^ nm.K himhw 

Tte Ceundl of «ia CHy af Vl^ 
tlnla Beech will eoMuct a pub- 
ic iieeraig an aaMMMyi Mwan Vir 
1M4, at 1040 a,m. In Ite Cf^ 
euft Court MMigb CNy ItaH, en 

^■^^ ^^^I^^^MlMftfll g^mg^^^^^^^^m ^kg^^^^h^g^^^^ 

IffV fvllVwW^ pa^pVOTS VrVMaSnwV 

mm imm Wwjt 

(MDINANa NO. V 
AN ORDffli^itS OffOSBIO 
AM) LEV^^ M« ADl^SiWI 

TAX m ^maom payiiq an 
ADMi^o w csum mm nmo 

AIRS AOlfimED fm iWHSf 

AN >ynii^»N CHAMNS m 

PAD BY crass TO KA(m 

OF Ammmmm m mvm 
%AB&mni mnfma Mom^ 

AMUsttBiTcw ^^aanjm- 
umT; rnxm ns Amort 

OF SAD TAX. nOVMNfi fW 

vm cauusqmm mma^w, 
MmmatiMmv^ASjTfxs 

WmaiAB, tte praeeit bud- 
get of tte City of Vbfhito Beach, 
Vir^nto, 6(m mt hKdute aqy 
fui^s for certain naoiMaiy mi^ 
(»pM taprbvemeatm nnuriclpiA 
servkseand ftin^onai and 

l^nniAS, It to neeeasMy ttat 
pro^foiM te made (a ta|Mt an! 
fovy tte bOM teretaallMr ai^ 
fortt for (te fitrp«w <rf piwld^ 
Nu^ l« mnjclpal 




any 



m rr OROi^^iiB) by the 
mmtcm 1. tmmfmom. 

Ttet tte foBmriag wmit and 
pbaMa. wten used in t^ <nd- 
inanee shall, for tte imrp^Ma of 
thto ordtoance, teve tta Itdlow- 
Ing raipeotivt RMumi^ «xc^ 
wl^ tte coi^HBt <^aar^ Mtteataa 
a differed maaii^: 

charge flMda for admiariMi to «^ 
amuna»at or MtarlataBMt, mt- 
clutive of K^ f^torU tax ^m^hp^tmrn optfatiq^ ny ^a^ ^ 



A^r Mii^a^ MB- 

ftm, ooiNBtt^A^ «r aqjr pwip 
of indfviduA i^i^ aa a itatt. 

(f) ^pacUl 'hx Attitttor. Tte 
^ecM Ite ^ditw <tf tte a^ 
•I Vtognto Baarti. 
iKT^JN 2. tAX. 

TIma to hmlnr hi^Med ai4 
tovied and tt«w imd te eol^ted 
a tax df ow omt tat meh tiMunty 
c»nto. or ftaottvi ttmrf 1» ai^ 
oeas of four ait$, ^ tte anminf 
pM to* tte adi^lakn to ai^ 

to to pii tqp tv«9 pMiM 

<exc^ tteae aat tatt to Sa^on 
t of ttto «diBwc^ b^qg ^ntt- 
tad £ri» to a^ fritooe ^ aHnae* 
nwnt tt* ealMtatoBiMt at any 
tlqw artMun aa adntoate oterga 
tomato ^ar pcrwna, an 
^ul^ndent lax to hi 
am AiaB te ^Mi 
te piiea flfaaigid to anih «Miar 
pera£M <rf tte aaow dMi for te 
iMM «r atanflMr acc«aodatt0mt 
mUi tax to te pidd i^ te ptfaim 
ao adflMtod. A tax of five ptt 
mstoim of a& MBOHata paid te 
la&a ahpi M^ aar^oe tt, ttnp* 

ImM at any ol te pteoM ei 

MnnMHUt <V MtMVlMWBi 

itenw mmmnM, at whkli no 
atetoiten diBia toaM^. 

WCt^ g. ^U aCTiOW. 
■WHIP wffHB neai^g 
ptfmui for MoMm to 
l^iea «f 
tatn ift wit , faftadnMBti^ am^^<ff 
anrdMiidtoe oi ittldh a In to 
IMad lintel «tt«Ma tfMdl 
isBaeK na anmni « in mub^ 
iui$UHA bwn te penM nrtiwg 
te pioFmMt ^ te tSna <Nr te 
pqmit of »di wioriBrioB, or 
puctew, w foam te ptfam ad- 
^Mfiree, M tte tine of aacb 
Matoaton, or puretew. V tfotoli 
«- ctt^ ^actaidaatai are tona^ 
te m sb^ te ceteotad « te 
ttma for te toiMnea of ledl 
tMMta ot carte. Ite taxM r»> 

ten te deeted to to %M to 
tnut ^ te person recpiired to 
eoBeet' te aama mtU remtttad 
aiteiriiiiter piwMad. 

^ciiON4. Bvoirr. 

Uto pataaa rnBaiHIng any auch 

B MM H WHM I mBL, SB BMBB OHt a 

r^»H upon fiidi luna and ae(- 
1^ fortt aoA MomMin aa 
te Crmmtoitoilir <rf telMiwile 
mi^ priaote or raqi^a, ^msm- 
i^ tta ^ntanl af ' adiBdarioB 
iffftfgM iiJIiiiiil Hiihiifii nf Ifcii 
f%dm itt ttwacn and te tax 
foon te a^hntojonafor ^liefa te 
totebtob Md abas ii^ lid <le. 
^Far te Mne to te Cwnn^aioi}- 
er <rf«a Aevwua witta nmH^ 
^mca ^ aiM ta. Sidd 
am nmltonca ateU te mate da 
y b^ ra te ^Mh day of a»eh 
nsHBi C01NHUI Qia aiaooiit to 
te ^ItoobNl dwlng te laacading 
imaitt. te IM tm«A vaA ra> 
fltfttoma hwaaadar b^ Ata an 
or tefore te lOtt day of Macy. 
1904, @)v«stog te maamli. ol tax 
c^e^d dufi^ April, 1904. Any 



Va^ 9MQB Atf fofl or !»■ 
ftei to M^t artd lax and to 
B^ ntlA te ti^ ^ovited 
to m» MiMnoa, aiqr fi^0t ad 
ra^ttiMa vBfMI % t!^ flite- 
anee, te Osti^tottonar of te 
Ito^me abtf fpooaad to «^ 
maui^M te xm ^ktombaA to 
olMto foota and iitfmbatea <» 
wMdi to htm Ml alMMto a( te 
lax Am, Aa aow aa te Aouite- 
alMn- <tf tt« H^an^ steH pro* 

aa to to able to (Mita «pai wMdi 
to bape tta mataimint of any tax 
by UQP paiiM ite tea 
«r jp^ia^ to oiAaat te 
od to mate aocb n^ti 
and fftntttanf*. te 4ail srmimI 
to tetMSite mA Mwaa a^pi^rt 
au^ panoB tte ta and paaiMaa 
IHvild^ ftv by thto or ffl a Moa . 
and ibtf nMfy aiuA psMon ^ 



te total iKMaM IteNof teS te 
tax and toianat ttd ^HM^a ^ 
pqwbla wltei In ^m frwn te 
datobfto^BOttea^ 

K ahtt to te ^toty tf a^ 
p^nn iaMe for te adaotea 
and paynnt to tte oir ^ ny 
tax toi^ad tiy ihto «i4tonea to 
te# atf prtaer^ for a tmlod of 
taw |iMi» awb wtl^it^ ncmU 
aa miqr ba im;iitoiiji to data^ 
nSm te ^Muat af auch tax he 
BBiy tow bwi ttMa for te tel- 
to^M tf Md pajwani to te 
etj, wUeii iao»A te ^n^a- 
aiMar tf tto Hmwim aluA tave 
te ititt (0 toape^ M all raaawi- 



toent or ^tntain^nt, tte ^m- 

n^ 
^acmwith 
HCb tax 'M te ^MxM <rf aaM 
dapoM ttd te ^ l^aMUrtf 
tefl tatate aaM 4^o* to tm 
^ymmk, ^ te ttt ^tectad %^ 
iMd ^ te aty of "S^^i^ 

fiKCflON 11. jmOMON 
Oli^QEOFUS^ IHANlim 



lltere te adratoatott ctouge to 
toaa tea ten ttnlii^ rn tn teH 
te pi^lii. Anointa fskl fv ai- 
atia^ liy eeMoe ticMs m aab- 
•criptei ahtf te nenpt ^^ H 
te MHeM to to ctefed te 
toktar <r aiteaftv f« a ^ni^ 
atetaicm to tea ten Im o«^. 
^CTK>H 12, flEi^ON TfOnEn 

^l^ra aeami w other tideto 
fflnA of fha ^m amwnt of fuajl^va been aoU or obtalmd « te 



mmm t. csssATxxti of 



^at^ «^rt^a h^ ^MM^'SlLSr,i*2«J^ 



#ir^buf 



^1. 




1? ttroiM^oM te fiarauy, upw 
wriMn appUo^too to^ and ^litt 
te iR^i mm^^ tte Cofli- 
tti^^Mr <^tt« Itevwua, mate 
reoorte and rmittoncM w a quar- 
^^ bi^ to Uau ^ te MMSt^ 
Au^ btftinb^re pr^ad. SuA 
ipMHiarly repMis 1^ iwii^tancM 
A^^ iMffo on te IMi 0Kf «f 
^4nA J^. (Mob«r nd JMMaiy 
m mA y«ir, and tell coiwr te 
moni^ collated durlog te 
ttree m^te hnm^Uat^ preeed- 
tog te fflw^is in wbu^ reports 
and ren^aacea am r^piired. If 
te noMmm to l^* AeA m 
mxB^ Mder, te aaaw atedl to 
tote Clly tmmnt of 

nCtKNN «. INTiatilT AND 



iHERCURY-COMET 



|i^i^B^ ^nmt On AO hhim Of On 
nonflp aid MEunnBnr 

1 laaitMl MaciMMiiA 




*Tl dbwata r^ 
OMaat tto^alw 



iMw* 



iwi.^>%l^rt«fci^-^#M.yiai f 



^CITON 10.W^AMY. 

Any peiwn vidinu or ^ti^ig 
to comply witt any « te pro- 
vi^ns of thto oi#ia]^ atalL 
upon <»nvi<AJon tter^f, te fined 
aM Ian tiMm five ddtos a(Mr m»a 
Vmt, 0¥% huEdred doiters, and 
mA ^^tMa w fatere teU ecm- 
atttote a mmt^ «Sum. §aA 
eetfrklkm AiA n<A rdtova any 
mA person firewi te piyment, 
ojtectton or remittaaoa^ a^ 
tax as orovlded to ^ ordtouMa. 

secrrxm 11. sm:iiAL tax 

ft shali te tte duty of^a ^ 
<^ 1^ AuditiK- to aaeeitain te 
name of every pereoti marattag 
a hottf in tte City of . Virata 
Bei^ liable for te a>II«Hiott of 
te tax teviad ^ ttis orditt^ce 
wte folia, refBaes or M^oto 
to ctdled; tte tax or to mate, 
wttMn te tee prwldad by tidf 
orttM^, te repcrte or ra- 
wMUmMm rM^uirm faerrta; te 
l^cM Tax Auditor wid^ d^ 



on, including a Aarfs nade fw 
seaaon ttetetoi to afl ^bs, uid/or 
organiatic^ for amusatnent, 
and/or entei^dniMBt 

<b) Pla^ of Amtauoant «r ^ 
tIbrtalniDent. Any place in tte Ctty 
of Virgin" » Beach irtierein «r 
whereat any ot te ft^wing are 
located, con<^eted, performed, 
axhttritm and nt)tratm and for 
whidi da admission charge i^i 
made; Clroiaej, eiro^als, ttM&- 
ag«^ moviag pichtrt Aawk 
laki, aihows and ^liiMtkHM of ril 
ktods, dances, te^>aU, tMtelbdl, 
foottaU, wr^lii^^ Itah^s wbA 
apofta of tXt ktods, awAntof 
^>oi% cmoerto, ttaatilcal, vaude- 
viUe, dnaaa^, operate and mwi- 
eal perfonntteaf aad pi^fonn- 
ances similar ttereto, I^utm, 
taU», Utoraiy rmi^inmk nd pm 
formane^ ^nlho' ttMpat«H aaAi 
tttiaetions n meny'f^wan&^ 
fan^ ateda ratar ^utbe, latto- 
tte-dlpa, aiid te IHm, and 0i 
other public amusements, pw- 
iommaom md axhihttiwi Ml 



4)edflci^ Moned therein, mA/» teB to aMad to aiieb ttt liy 



Miteftoed daoutias vm have a; abd te redded aa batog ftv- 



anam^ hmim for auch perion 
Mil ouQT anve a ^f»y of mtih 
swMn^ upon mdi narscm in the 
RMmier prowled by law and As^ 
nwte one ntura of tte ^ffittl 
to te MuaiciMl C(Hirt 
(m tf Vfrgittto Itoach 
p uiwara te mi Vtwy are h^Ay 
miXmnA mm te Sp^tol Tkx. 
AtMltw am his duly aiMMHiied 

foitohv th^ Um aa anch no- 
dvite previMm of 4da «<- 
<^ane^ and (toy tell m»^m 



any roof garden, steret, is <Aim 
ain^ fitooa fuz^d^ a puUfe 
pertovMunr^ for pi^ wfaicA 
liiall Include «ny room to «iy te- 
tel, raatanran^ tett* or ottw p^ 
Ik ^Ma a^Noa mwdc and Amdi^ 
privtegM, or any oter entertiia- 
moit tm iMunA te p^on. to 
cfttiMctton ^tt ttie aer^ m 
adttttg <si food, f^rateavts, «■ 
aar^Mdtoa. A parfimaBoe 



amuaBtent or wtartodnnaajt taf^ 
utorly teou|^b«rt tetiwur any, 
upon wrltei i^plicition to, witt 
te wfltl^ «m^of te Ooni- 
ndaaiooar M ftoMMto, mate 1^ 
porta and rem^n(^ on a qatf- 
t^baatotoli^ of temoai^ 
haals teeidMfMw pniiAM, 
Such quart^ly reports am remit- 
tams^ Shan bf made oa te lOtt 
^ <tf ^lit. italy, Oi^ter and 
Jimuary to ei^ ^^ar. am teU 
owit te MMUita aotortad da^ 
ii^ te tteaa meate itona^dafy 
luao^sg te mrate to which 

^rad. tf te s«aillaiiea li b^ 
tedJE or BMmey order, te auM 
ttifl to papMa to te C% Traaa- 
urar ^ "^giria aaa^ 
SBC11 QW % Wnmll$Sf AMD 
WtiMJTA 

S 1^ parson ateQ fid ^ re- 
fttaa to r«nit tote OHytntrnKt- 
» te tail aaq^pad to to cAad- 
ad aad nM w^wr ttto ordfaMnoa 
wlttto te tea aad to te ateVflt 



lltoae a a r (ay pataan raqafred 
to eeUMft mi i^ U ^ dts t 
tax ttader ^a fl f #p ^ tii i f ^uSL 
qiiM teitoes or oteraMi te- 
poae of Mi bBalneaf, a^ tei fiQr- 

• teiwmdir to te e^ ten 
toCMM iBunediaMy Aie and p^fN 
aftfo and audi fmnm teQ im^ 
flidtatii^ a^eaa rep^itod pay 
tetoi #». 

wnvm 0. WLCspnoHk. 

No tai ahaB to ip^alAi hare- 
iindar 1^ te 'MIm^ if ad- 
flsMm to o^ ^Mse of anwaa- 
mMt <Nf aaHntafinMPt. free: 

ta) ^oa f^ <rflleaa am «i- 
ptoya a a at anch ^iKe, am te 
toMi "Mem" MB la^da aior 
dM^iC pKib lAaaa to ^vented 

m A^ VMnal. State, Oty, 
Omaty or <Mf oJS^il w ma- 
ptoyaaa oan official twnlncfli 

(e) Any etmrn wtioaa adfnia a lon 
to auch pace to ra<|Bii«d for te 
p^^irmafice of mam duty to <»r 
wwft fM> flii ynprtolar tereof . 

W Aiqr aato^aiMr rqportor, 
phatogny^bw^ tal^^tor, ratio 
aattownwrr m pwna parfeni^t 
^niM* vo ca ttona wte are adtatit- 
tad for te pwferaMM of v^dil 
didiM to ooMMMliM aMi My 
wmt mA rteaa apedd dutea 
are te aote laaam for thair 



^ CUdrtto itodar tapalve ymn 

or momtmfnm 

'AINMENT 

mianavar any plaea <rf anmae- 
cr ttitHtiytoMsl nadM an 
adMnte 0mrtt w^ to attb> 
jed to tei tax herein le^M am 
te auaa to of a tw^iwnary <« 
toaMNeiy mitora, am te Com- 
ntetoamr of te ftovank na^ m- 
qotoa te r^oiliaad laoMiMee 
of te Mataieft Itt «a tosMde 
on te ^ Moirtig Ita Qrteettoa, 
or m^ dqr MirtMl te aa»> 
duutoa ^ a a^aa if fistam- 

oitef naaH^Ma ^M or ttoMa aa 
te atei dMatDMa, and 4li^ 
to«Hn)^ i^»gf audi raqitfre- 

itoveaiii aa to te r^p^rt am re- 
aiWaaoe of te tax so r^uired 
ahiR to a ^d^ttlM <si m» 



tiUmA for pi^t for iwrpoeee tf 
ttto afdtence ev^ tei^ te 
Autt mala tor adrotoaiw, ra- 
foeteMUA mamim or joMRsbtt- 
4Bae to ^ i^reaim 1^ rswn at 
of ttalte foi^rtitog <rf sndi perftas 

" (c) City Ttmsutw. Tte TrMsw> 

er of te City of Virata Betth. 

(d) OoMiteioo^ d te An^ 

mue. Ite Commtaatona r ^ te 

RavMo tf te ^y of VI^Mto 



^P^toaam 



te (^ 'naaaurer iaAareat tt te 
rate tf <mttotf {%) tf oaa pw 
cent <1%) piir imitt on te 
HMwat tf te tax f w «^ mnnii 
or portton tt^iof fkon twaaty 
^ d^ after date upoi aM^ 
te t» to Ala, m ptovidm to thto 
orttuKea, and if te toac abtf 
rMniKte iMa^MBt am atonaid 
tv a perk^ tf twenty (20> daya 
foaia #a Ma te aama to daa 
am fasaUa, ttere teO to addad 
tt«n^ to te City Traawrar a 
pwalty erf tett^iMer cant (10%) of 
teateoaiit tf te tax w|tt a ada- 
to^ p^tfty of two dbOars 
Im^; to lasa k fatoa or firaudu- 
tat marit adtt totent to dtf ram 
te d^ of my tax dua under ttto 
mtturnm, a prndty tf fifty par 
OMt #01) tf ^ tax ahaB te aa 
agiM Ma <^peaator of te 
tf ttnnament or mbst- 



mcmn t. ^mjjsm to col- 
iMfft Mmmfctxr tax. 



^ioia a^ anob ^mponry or 
traaatoat aianiamaatf tor oMailito- 
aiMt iMB toi^ apwattoa, mi 
tefoM an^ teama ateU te tontod 
tbitofoft if a liesaa to raii^ad, 
im^mifm ifwiftim te wum 
abtf digaiK adtt te C^ /nrsM- 
nnr a mm tf aaHMf, to te ^• 
aaMl 1B^ te C^ t^aamar, w^ 
fkftMt to oiyrar te a to totoa tax 
ra^pted to to oAaMl by audi 
p«WB aadar te ptiH^itaa 
tf ttto tttemna, aa acwity 
for te edMtei tf mA 
payaMBt to tta ctty. of aaid 
aitoihinai ta^ At te eon- 
lioaieB tf auch traaaitory or 
traaaiant operation to te City tf 
Virgiato Beach, andli parson ahaU 
file with aaid Oooaitoaioaer tf 
te fteveaaie te raptnt required 
by thto ordiaaaea am pay said 
tax coUectod to tte City of VU^ 
ginto Baaoh. Vp(m such report 
being fUad am payment batog 
nnde, the City Tmaurar ahail ra- 
fum te aaid depoalt 

.Should any audi peraon foil to 
file speh report am pay audi 
tfttount tf tax coBectod 
Itoa daya froai te 
tf te oparatton tf aaid 



Atrtt» for team teve baM paid 
prior to te atteettve Ma tf t^ 
Mdtoanoe lot a(ftmariw to any 
plaM tf aaHMHMnl ismkttfal^ 
tmA diuMf te 4rffo^a p«dm 
tf thto ^diniMe, te lax tovtod 
bf tMa Mdbumoe ahril to paid 
mA ^oUMtod vl te ttoia tf 1^ 
fldarim am tfwB te beam m 
te MBMat paid fir neb tlcUt 
or tex, ta^utfva tf 1^ fmeiti 
Tax ttereon, dividm 1^ te num- 
btf tf artmiaitowa mchtidM for 
vaa tf a box wiNdd oitttta te 
tettor to, 

mcncm w. TBomM. tax 

Tht tmmni paitf f<v Mlmisaitti 
^ fHiich tte tax ta^xwm by ttto 
<BdiaMU» to beam AtU te te 
amount ^d ^ adntekm nnte- 
tf ve of any fmerd tax tereon. 
SiCnON 14. nSNALTY. 

Aity pMKm vMitittg <xr faU- 
'a^ to comi^ witt ffioy tf te pro- 
^liuu tf tl^B ordinance. ttA 
vpm emrrictkn tbsatf . te flaM 
not tei ten ftw AiiSkn nor mora 
ttan five huwtam (toUara, am 
Mch 8u<ft vtolattMi or Mbam 
dull cot^tuto a M^pante offiuaa. 
Such otwvktiM stoH Wfi rdiava 
any aidi penmi frtm pi^aaat, 
colle^i<H) am runittamv of aa^ 
tax aa furovidm to Ms wdinan(%. 
MCnON IS. SPSCUL TAX 
AUDITOR. POWERS AM) 
DUTB& 

It abm to te <^ tf te 
mpedid ^B Audito* to asiMtato 
te Mune of orary parpn 4ferail- 
^ a place of ifflraaeaMiit at ^ 
tHMmmH in te Oty tf Vi^nto 
Beadi UaMe im te <»Qectton tf 
te tadt te^m by ttto ordiMOM^ 
ite folH refoaea <Mr 0^1^ to 
wBeat te tax or to itfte irtMto 
teittme pnn^tod by Ma tfdte* 
ano^ te fepmts m mmittiaam 
reqiUrm tor^ Ite .%icla1 Itot 
^(ter Md Ma ^oB^ asttmtom 
deputtos may teve a suixKno^ 
laaum for auA paraw to te 
awn^r pro^m by taw am 
tell aadK mt return tf te 
0b0Ml to te ifttnMpal Court tf 
te Caty tf ^^^iida Bew^. PoUee 
pow^a te am tey are liN«by 
@Hifmwl upon te %aeW Ttm 
Aa<nte cm hto Aity wfbvtom 
d^pites while an^igm to p«^ 
fani^ teir dtotiM « H»h tmdar 
ite ipovUma tf (hto ortean^ 
am they ahiA ^erciae aO tte 
powms am ttthiffity tf pdi^ 
tffiows to pextoadii a^i Aittoa. 

fBcrmm u, mvAusan 

If ttty part tf Ato onttumoa 
tea for any reaam te adto^^ 
InvaM, such invalidity shaQ tM 
aMeet te puta whldi are ntf 

sBcnoi^ 17. wrwcTtm oA'm. 

lUs <»dinance teB te to fUB 
teca am effi^ mk tad aftw 
April 1, 1904 am upw te tf- 
foetlw Ate tf thto ortlaaiKa, m 
Mdinmoe m<V>tod 1^ te forisav 
Oty of Vvita^ ^adi on Ibqr 1, 
199i anttted '*An ordinal im 
pak^ am levying an adateim 
te( for te ftooal year tej^nning 
May 1, ^92 an p«aons M^ 
m ateiai^ teife <»- wao are 
adndltad fir«e wha an admisiAon 
cteife to paid by tftera to piaeaa 
of amosmeat or aitertainrafsit: 
<tofiaing admtoaoQ charge waA 
Itoea tf Mnu»nei^ or entertato- 
aanl; fbttag te anmi^ of aaid 
tax, prmMii^ for te coUaetton 
teTMtf, «m FHasorfti^ paiaittoa 
tar tts ii(^irti<Hi", to terelby 
rep^m. 

xm V. f»iTfi^s 

OtyOerk 

»5rlT 



NOtKi OP miM.ic vnumm 

tte ^M^ tf te ^ tf 

ytfi nw w OTBcn will cvnoucf w 



9, ndC at KhOO am In te Cir- 
cuit (Jawrt BulMtog, CMy HaH. 
aa Wa feliewam piapoaeci am^ 
nana* tmA tax levy: 

OtDWANCI NO. 88 
AN OBDBVANCE I£VYB«6 A 
TAX Oti AMY nSRSON OBTAIN- 
IGN POOD. ilEALS Aim DRINK 
»f «fiSTAURANTS AND S IM- 
ILAB PtACSS SBBA 
CHABGE IS MADE tHBI^; 
PitOV9)ING rOR Tm 00! - 
UBCTION TKEBSOFk 
witttotINQ 'SmMJtWS F 
tanatoatteMVIOLAIiON; AMD H J«G 

AN OBDINANCiE OF I'm fOBr 



1^ OTY OT VMGMA M5^i 

tf te ^ tf >tatb^ Ba^i. ^> I 
^la, tees Mt ImI^ any fuma^ 
^ oa^lB aaaMa^ m^ m^^ 
m im^aaato e itta, mani^tf pni^ 
pMea; tertfere, ^^ 

tt n K^mm by toi 
OTumaL or TME cnw ^p 
omA BEACH, vmamh: 
mcrmi 1. oowmwis. 

ftet tte fo^wing wwda nd 
phraa^ wten used in Qik oidi- 
niwe, AaU, U» tta poi^nmm of 
^ <wdlnanoe, tava ^ Mloi^ig 
rMvedlve sMa^gs «R3ept wtaa 
te dsiaA <tety todleatos a 
^fler^ aeatoag: 

(a) Penan. Any totfvlAial, 
(wp(»iAi<m, company, as»ciM>n, 
fiim, eoparitonridp «r a^y grwf 
tf im^teria ^h« aa a untt. 

^) fteilninjM. ^d^ oiMeetton- 
«ry, itolicataiaaB. Ming boMi^ 
drug itofa, died^ r^at w ottet 
Ite» to tte Oty of ^%giM Beach 
tit wl^ fMd, aa hweto deOMd, 
to aervm to tte fvMm. * 

<c) rood. Any am aJI mibte 
rafrettn^ta and/tr 

f^RN, 1M|UM or uUMfWia^ 

ir4 ale^oUc teven^aa. 

(d) City Treaanw. Tte "ftaa- 
aurer of te (My of Vhrf^ 
:teMh. 

(e) (^anmiaslMiar tf Itevswa. 
Ite OMiwrisBiaMr tf tei tta»- 
^m of tha, €% of Virginto 
]ta«h. 

(f) Special Tax Auditw. Tte 
^wdaltlte AudMor of te Ctty 
of Vir^nto BeaA. 

smm<m 2. tax 

On am i^r te tf fo(^re dato 
tf thto la^dten^ thoa to tieaby 
impoaed am le^ <m Mch and 
every pers<m a tax, as terein> 
tMm set 01^ m tte anmint ptrid 
fte fted, to or from a^ nNMh 
rant, iHietter fmgtanA to aim 
rMtouiant or not, am whether 
coMuom <m the prraais^ or not 
tte rata of said tax to to aa 

90.14 No tax 
M Ic tax 

.83 2c tax 

1.16 3c tax 

1.49 4c tax 

IM 5c tax 

2.16 6c tax 

2.49 7c tax 

2.03 Oc tax 

3.10 Oe tax 

$M lOc tax 

3.83 lie tax 

4.10 12c tax " 

4.49 13c tax 

4.03 14c lax ^ 

5.10 ISc tax 

%M 10c tax 

0.03 17c tax 

0.16 18c tax 

0.^ 19c tax 

0j83 ^20c tax 

7.10 2I9 tax 

7M 22c tax 

7jn 23c tax 

8.10 24c tax 

8.^ 25c tax 

8 J3 2ee tax 

9.10 27c tax 

9.49 28c lax 

On ^uttoa^ of Nine OoOars 

ud fl^ <^ato WM am noare, 

te^tax wffi te ooBiiiltod at 

^aigbt Tloae ftr (Saturn (3%), 

mf-htM (%) omi or more bdag 

traated as m^ (to) ^nt. 

amoN 3. mmjoimsmm& 

4feato fumiahm eqqAqpaaa IB 

te courae of,' or to «Hmattt3n 
v^ teir aai^^nMKt to ^ttb- 
liteB^ tmin ^Md tell not 
te cmaltom m sales of fom 
under ttto ordhMmce. 
mmm 4. PAYIffiNT or TAX. 
Tte tax terein levied tell te 
coBectod by tte reiMninmt op^a- 
tor from tte {Nirdbiaar, or eon- 
awoer. Any penon fj/gmtioi a 
r^aunoit uikIct this <unUn^^ 
teB Ml mvtttiae to ai^ man- 
ner, <toa»tty or todh^^ty, ttrt te 
will ateorb or pay all, or any 
part tf tta tax. 

flBcncw i, ocELwnoN. 

On am after te effective «Me 
of ttto ordiaanoa avary ptram 
recdvtog uty paymaat t<ff food 
witt resped to which a tax to 
tevtod sader ttto ordinance teO 
coBed te amount of tax h»<diy 
impoaed from tte person oa 
whom te aama to levied, & team 
te peraoB paytog for audi fom 
at te time payment for audi 
fMd te naito. tte taes requirm 
to te eoBaMm iMwndtr sbaO 
te deemm to te teld to trust fay 
te punm recpitred to ^toel te 
sane untH remttted as tesdn- 
after required. 
SECTK»( 0. REPORTS 

Tte person coQading any 
such tax a^U mate out a report 
upon sudh fonas am setting forth 
such mfoanuttoB aa te Conamla- 
j^ner of tte Revenue may pre- ,^ 
sertoe mfi rec 'towing te^ 

amoant tf foou . . ,::% coBactm %> 
am tte tax requbred to te cot 
leeted, am shall sian am deliver ^ 
te same to te Cjtv Treasurer 
with a remittance d Ux. 

Said reforta ana renutlancas 
shall te made ^n r- tefov te 



^^1 


to 


10 


to 


JO 


to 


M 


to 


1.17 


to 


1.80 


to 


1J4 


to 


247 


to 


2J0 


to 


%m 


to 


M7 


to 


3.50 


to 


SJB4 


to 


4.17 


to 


4J0 


to 


4B4 


to 


8.17 


to 


5.S0 


to 


SJ4 


to 


047 


to 


040 


to 


0.04 


to 


7.17 


to 


7.80 


^ 


7JM 


to 


8.17 


to 


8J0 


to 


0B4 


to 


947 


to 



(La^als iuna 



7) 



• 





the unwfii M' tax c 



*^ 



»d diir- 
lag April nm* ^ijy jpeTson o]0t- 
iting iurjiql reguUrty 

Dirou#miV^ ywr may, u|n«i 
jprrit^D mi^iitiott 0, aM wtth 

reporU iq^ iwnittancet <»| a 
qua^ri^ ImIb In lieu of ^ 
ui^^ tj^ iMreinbefwe {^^ 
vid^. ftMk'^«r^ly itpoHrti «ad 
remitUaMs tfitS be made on the 
imh <tay of Aprtl, ^iiiy, October 
and Januaiy in eatfi y«r, tad 
staU cover' the inwunts ^dledsd 
during ^ tte«e ^(:Atth||M|^- 
atdy prec^ng iM^i^mh 
K^iidi rt^^ and MmmiMSrii^ 
reqnli^. " %e rert^nce is ity 
checi «• i^ey orfte^' the i^me 
staD be pa^te to i|e City Tf^ 
urer o| yU^iai fteach. 

U f^ {«raqn 0iA fail or re- 
l\m h WBdi to the City Trwks- 
urtf Ml IMI re^fliMd to be col- 
lected ^t'^tf vMm Ms ofdi- 
nanoe pthlA the tlfufe and in t^ 
amMjrrf' tp0^ified in this oWi- 
ntiKe, tteil sbill -^ a^ed to 
siWi *a* # tfcfe Ci^' 'fi^kiiipfar 
intere^ «t the wte of one-lialf 
(%) of one per cent (1%) per 
month n t^ amount of the tax 
for 990 UMith M* ^vtion there- 
of fwuw twenty (2^) daya after 
dait vrhid tte tax ii due, 

ts prfM«d n Wf oniinance, and 
if the tai ^Ml remain driinquent 
and un^d for a period of twenty 
^) dayi from tte ^te the ^me 
is ^I^mA JB0i^ ^«|f| ^all 

' City 




I 



(1 
wi 

dollars <€Dn);' iff caM of a faUK 
or frapdulfnt j^urn with intent 
to 4e^u| Uie c^ of anv tax 
due liMter thb ' ordiQatiiii. a 
peml^ of tilty^ t# ce^ <«0%) 
of tbe tex iIh^ te aaaesadji «g»init 
the operator of the reataurint. 
^OICM 8. FAILURE TO COL- 
I^CT m> REPORT TAX. 

If any penon shaQ hul or re- 
fuse to c<^ct Itie mid lax md 
to make, wittin tte time p^ov^d 
iO'tiiis ordjmncx. the bereinabove 
nicttli^d reports, ^ ^nwad* 
ftgjnf'i- nf Reveoj|e^ Aall _|)rQ«e4 
in iiBi^W be m^ ^m 

PeA to obtain ftets and inlonta- 
tion (m wbi^ io tnise bis estt- 
bate of the tax due. As soon af 
the Commisaioner of the Revenue 
. shall proguK such tm^ end in- 
foFDiation as he is 1^ to obtain 
upmi which to base the a^MSf- 
n»«t of any tax pa^ie by any 
per»w who has failed (ff refused 
to coltoct the nmt and to nrake 
$uch report an4 remittance, he 
^U Wftify aich perwn 1^ regis- 
iered B»il sent to his last known 
ptace of addresi of 4be total 
tsialuM of such tax and mAmed 
and penalttes, and tl» totii 
anuHint l3m«of'^M^ be payiA)le 
within ten days from tlu date <^ 
Sudi wrtic*. 
^CTK)^ 9. RBOOM^S. 

R Aall be the dirty of mBiy 
pertoh liable for tl« ^lecfloii 
and payment to tl» city of any 
tax im^)s^ by this ordinan« t^ 
keep and preserve, for a period 
of two ymrs, wch suit^le rec^ 
onto as may be n^essary to de- 
temia« tj» anwuiA of such tax 
as he may have l»en lable for 
the collection of and paymenl to 
the city, which reconJ« 'tbe Com- 
mi^oner of the Revenue shall 
i»ye the right to inspect at all 
reisonable times. 
SBtmON 10. CESSATION OF 
BUSINESS. 

Whenever any person requited 
to coEect and pay to the city ft 
tax under this ordinance sIhaB 
«»Be to o^ato or othe^dse dis- 
pMe of his buni»i», any tax pay- 
^ tereunder to the ctty shall 
l^iin inuMdistely due and pay^ 
(Ate nd nich pefwn AM an- 
p«l^^ ^M a r^ort and pay 
the tu dm. 

mmmti. racwwws. 

No tax riiaU be p^Me here- 
und^ te a^ of tlw fofltowing in- 
Btan^s: 

(a) On food paid by any f^der 



wmiWnct'df ^d ttdt "as 
vWed in thy (^rtii^^e, 

wynoN u s^sm. f AX 

AUDITOR PO^M A*I0 
WTm. 

It stall be the <h|^ of Qm 
Ipeciil Tax Attdltw to an^i^Ia 
&e mme of €#ty pei^ opwut 
tog a restowiiit in tta C% of 
VirjSnia ^ch, Ui^ &• tip eoJ- 
Action of ttie laxfcvi^ % Vtm 
ordinance, wto faii, rehises.or 
Mgl^s to cdtoct tiie tax w to 
ntln wMtai me time pr«M«l 
IV this oi^imnce, the r^^ 
or rwutteiwn re^ur^ lwr«$n. 
The Spemi 'Ooi Auditev a^ hU 
duly autlwrised d^iuttes mif 
teve a sttfloiiMw «Med to muA 
person ia tiie m^i^ provkl^ 
by hw ami iteOl mate om re- 
tern of ^ original to (he Moid- 
eipal Cojut of the aty <rf Vhrtfnia 
Bea(A. P^x powttv be and tiaey 
aie herein coifnred up<» tlM 
Special T» ^itfl^ and hi* du^ 
authorized deputies white enpgdl 
to performing their dutm i» 
Mch un<^ tiM ptw'akm of thto 
#dinance and they sl^ acerdie 
ail the powen and «ithoi% of 
police offlOers in ^rfMining such 
dutJet 
fflJCnON 14. INVAI^mf. 

If any clause, s^tence, para- 
grajd) or paft of this ordinan^ 
^all for any re^n be adjudged 
mvalid, wch invaMity A^ hot 
^e^ tte puts «bMi Are mA 
ad)u^d Jnin JM. 

sixnioN IS. QPiraciwE ioavl 

Tltfs ordittatee iMl be in fuU 
force ai^ etted on and after 
AprU 1, 1954 and uiran tte ef- 
fective date of this ordinan^ an 
ordimnce adopted by the tormer 
City of Virgim Beach m Mm- 
ary 1, imi entttted *'Aa ordi- 
(uuee le^^ng % ta m Viy per- 
ron obtai^Ag lo^ inei^ aad 
drink in restaurai^ and rimiiar 
plac«i wtere a ctorge is made 
thereof: {Kon^ding for the cd- 
toctta hereof; ^escrijing pen- 
alties for Its vicd^on; and pro- 
viding t» «n enierfett<v", k 
htnby refieaMi. 

City Clerk 

S*1T 



• IMM NCW"W 






• URMlfMTICII 



COMMOIMtfiALTH OF 
VWCMNIA 

In the €|wfc^ Omm ef ftw Cli^ 
euH Couff y 1^ ^ 4rf VtqM 
fMdi en the IM1 diy of Fdi- 

WALTER OWiJN WttKJSBSON. 

^MlilvUlf. 
. againM 

"rile (Aject of ttis ^ i* to <4»- 
tain a divotm a vinoilo nauli- 
monii fiwn ^ «ld defendai^ 
upon the grmmds of d^eition. 

And an af&lava having been 
made and filed tM the defend^ 
is a non>i«aktent of tiu SMe of 
Virginia, the kst komni |^ of- 
fice address being: I* 0. B(^ 1311 
ISorenci, Ar&)na, i^ '» ordei^ 
that ^e do imax here witbin 
(en ilO) days tier due pul^atloa 
herwf , and do what n»y be n^ 
ftsaty to pr^e(^ her init^est in 
tblssuk. 

^ A Copy— Te<i: 

JOHN V. Fsmmss, aerk 

By: Mary M. Whtte PC. 
EDWA!© t. CATON HI p.q. 
36^ Padfic Avenue 
Vlrgloia Beach, Virguua 

2-18-TU4 



widttk of no Ibr 
alfl^ tihe VortMie 
a^^<)fi4 

al^ the %i %; Wm, 

HMtag aw. >^ i^t 

altng the Southern ^^periy Mm, 
and a death tf 752.ai^ akju 
tte Wes^am pop«#|^. C^ 
ti^bac H mras, n^ W ^ 
Kempwvlfte Sorwgh. 

ni. AptfUestion ol Pc^t-O'- 
Vlew, Int. by ^lam and SeU^ 
Attffliieyk for a iiae P^uvait l»r 
an MCtei^Aoo of a hU ^ mi- 
ftruction of a borro't pit «i ew- 
tain ffOMrty fonnerl^ <Mf- 
mted m the Owhott i\nm Htv- 
li^ a auxteum dmth of ^Ofi 
fert more or %m uw a nuximHa 
wl^ of iMl f^ Bk»« or i^. 
Bounded on ^ ^& by the m^ 
divttion of J|y^p«V]Ue HeigMs, 
bounded on the ftorUi end laM by 
NcNTfolk an4 ^them Railway, 

?r^H>sed Norf(dk-Vl|^tnia ]^^ 
oU Road f^ pmpeity of others; 
bounds on the Wetf by the pro- 
wmd fli^vision of MntO'- 
Vtew. Oontoni^ 39 acrw, more 
(a leas. K^apsdlle Bormi^. 

IV. Appliotim of A. W. Q?ad- 
dock &-. ^ a dittge of umlng 
from ^sidroce Ailw^an Dirtrict 
3 ^-S 3) to Umtted CoRsnerori 1 
(C-1 1) of (^li^ prop4^ ftpint- 
ing 100 fe^ on the Horth 3i<k of 
MfaM lUhw tti^, beg^uriig at 
a poittt 160 Astt moie or Ists Sast 
of SaiMtra lanti having a d^th 
of 301.6 feat ^m$ ttM Eastern 
prepeity }^ a tlMMl ^ 166.5 
fert ^ng the l^rUMm ^op^y 
line, ami a deplft of IM tait atoal 
tte Weitein ft^^ }lm. Con- 
taining M »ai, Kemi^Mlle 
Boro^. • : ' 

V. Applicatl<m of Hanna Gar- 
den Center Inc. by ba R. Hanna 
M a Vie Peni^ te <^)erste a 
fdant nursery on certain pl^e^ 
ty fittnting aS3 feet on Vm W«t 
side of KMiptviHe ftoc4, b^^ni- 
mng «i a point 1844 feet, m^w or 
le«, Auth of Indian flivw Road. 
Irving a depth ^ 967.9 feet atong 
the Ittarthem pr(^rty Ikte, a 
width of 2^ fe« along the WMt- 
«n ^Kipa^ line, Md a dei^ of 
tfra.5 feet along the Senithem 
property WoA. C<^idning 6.58 
^res. Ksti^sv^ Bcffou^. 

VI. Ap^ioatunk of Gan^Nxt^ 
Ifeiglrts B^UA Church by Mev. 
€^ B. I^Mn^uii fOT ^ 4i>^ 
c^rtinuan<s, closure and ilnndoh- 
irnmt of Ctuooe Cirde as riiown on 
^ ^ of Amwh^O, $»i^n 7. 
^d orde bwad^ by L^ 1 
^KHitfi 3, ^(^k AA, boated on 
te SottUi ^de of S^iquehanai 
HHve; faeving « a^^pmm i^^. 
of 141.14 f^ and a radius of SO 
mt. I^ispfyite Borough. 

yUAH^sitton «tf Rulus D. 
Mu£tin t(a a Use Pem^ lo op- 
Mite a private, non^n^Ot ^ng 
faeili^ on certain propwty 
fronting 1^.40 feet on tte South 
side ol KMnj^ille Road, bigin- 
ttii% gt a point 12^ h^ mora or 
t^ West of CenterviBe Turn^ke. 
Iftivii^ a depth of SM.ft? feet 
dong the EasteQi property Um, 
a width of IW feirt tfong the 
Souti^ni prc^rty lim «ffid a 
<kpUi of 9iOM frat along the 
#«rt@m propel^ Ufl^. Containing 
IM acres. Kaq^tffvi^ Bwr^Wi^ 
W. A^e^n ^ f}k>o^ of 
Soutl^rn Virgilua for t^ dtteon- 
tlttuande. dowre and ebandon- 
ment of that {KtriUm of I6th 
l^reet ejrt«nding fr<wn ^ Wert- 
&ji aide of Bo^mont Road to the 
^t^ fite of Anvrn B, a <lif- 
J&c^ of 4W).92 feet, ai ^own" on 
jflk ni Clbt fVerfolk. t^nnhaven 




XI App^»Ai«) of Mr. and Mn 
W. E. Bro#n for t ^aa^ ^ 

Mmuly B^<teo8 p: 

tf i»U 2T ttuwgh ll. «^<Uv^<^ 

tf il^xey li^v. %id MW^ 

hg «t a Mlpt lo^ f«^ 

nia B^ielk 

Met sa^ <|| 

id^^thof SM^ 

*P<i ^ 

and a wiM <tf 

rj'lJMt flo^ the Tiortheni anfl 

^tblro proper^ Unw. laiV* 

JS A^^on 

wa^ m% m 

i^e I iMlow 4 «l 

13, iMinsioo of l^: 
G 



Virqlnl, B^ SUN-NEWS, T»,ri«/Mff tl 3, 1964 






mm <a 

Drive. ^i 
yong thl^ 







^e-2^1 FOR IMMEDIAIT mmON 



,Tyyrrir'i:^iri 



W ipfdai Nf*Nw 



-^-r 



Bc^eot your btam from ^ lm> 
n»> of fixe at ni^ in^ i^ 
proved, f^ waning i^irtem 
hr pnnte a ^. VAMOuAM). 
^24616. 



NQTICp 

Vlr^niai 

1^ regulw meetiig of tte 
Couaknl of ^ C^ tf Virginia 
Beach wUl te hM in the Circuit 
Court Eo«»n on Moadli^, Itoch % 
l«N*iff 10 o^)0c am., St whfch 
tin^ perwns |#te haaxi ^ mi 
igmsi tte iswM^ fi«|)gi|id 
chtogep of »ni^, m pera^ 
etc.: ' - '^ 

I Ai^c^wi rf 9mMB m- 
som tMgt by Jam&s and Con- 
solvi A^imy^ for a obaiige of 
zoning ftoffi Residence iobiutod 
Dislfict 3 {'R-S 3) to Miiltiple- 
FaffiOjr Hm^h^ District (R-M) 
and « Use ranit to operate a 
fraternal lodge on certain proper- 
ty fronting 3B4;S Iset on the 
We^ side oi Independence Boule- 
vard (formerly Bayside Road). Be- 
giftmng at a point 540 feet more 
or less South of Oillen Road; hav 



ing a combined *5765 

fl.StaleoV Virginia or City of Vir- j feet along ti ' ar..i West- 

ginia Beach, official or employees, i ern propei^ 
'.*hen offifi?! husincs.s. 



(b) ! 'aid to any hospi- 

tal, mttucai t.^mic, convalescent 
liome or home >or aged people. 
JSECTION 12. 1'KNALTY. 
^ Any persoit-^lating or fail- 
ing \v ''oiroly \v»-th ?.ny of tM pro- 

..led 



M. 1^ tten fiw Mian <^.00(, 
*^ more Om buadred 

tton Or 

rw -inn ' nf 



ivi-;'0P of 
Lakevlew Shore > 

btoed depth of l\j)fVMi leai aijug 
the Southern property Bae.. Con- 
taming 6.126 acre*. Bayide Bor- 
ough. 

II. Application nf .\vali5n Hil'.s, 
Inc. bi( ■Kellam 

ianu^, for a L^ trc^iaa .oi ju 
extension of an rKfim >>orrow 
pit and conslru >n 

certain tt/t/jM ">^uu: an lae pro- 
nn^-rii JI^^Bsr of Hor^«St<'?d. 



og ' a 



Application of Chrtslei^ 
C^pfKHftitwi t^ I. I^pter HdM 
|i, ^OrtNfy, to a diat^e of 
KHiii^ from Reffldence Suboiton 
District 4 <R-S 4) to Oeneiil In- 
dnstrial Distrid 3 #14 3) of 
WtxStt 1 war 2, (Wbdlvision of 

wmt nxpm. moA: i ^^im 

^i J tnst on the South s^'of 
tenney 1^4, having a d^^ of 
tol feet aKmg tiie S«N«hi prpp- 
My Bne (C^*lMf AVeniw), a 
width of 240 feet ak>ng the Seuth- 
em properly Uoe WitA 9t|*eet), 
and a c<xmbttted depth of 60& feet 
along the Western property line 
(Avenue E). Block 2 having a 
width dl 240 feet along the North- 
ern property line (Finrt Street), a 
depth of 525 feet along the East- 
em property line (Chestnut 
Avenue), a width of 240 feet 
along tiae Southern property line 
(Second Street), and a <lept^ of 
525 ig the Western prop- 

erty .jic ..;i venue E). Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

X. Application of Heritage 
l4and Corpos%iio& by James and 
Colisolvo, AitorQe}'s. for a change 
of zoning ir<m Residence Subur- 
ban District 3 ta^ 3) to HuHlple- 
F^onity ResMeo(« CNstrict fR-M) 

f certa: r^ located at the 

.Vorthnpeb. uu 'Section of Laskin 
Road and Cardinal Roa<l. Front- 
ing 692.47 feet <Hi Laskin Road; 
having a dei^h ef 3tti fedt.' more 
or less, on Cardigiil Road, a width 

f 583 feet iQore or less aloi^ the 

fcet 



fforttiem jmUflS Um • 
df 416 m^ along tto 
property line, and a 4<Vth 
aiftl lart mtM & tan «lgig 
Soutem pf^pvOr ttal. Said 
iow pit t« H^ iit r P^ 

t WeA of liond* Mtfi mpii. 

^ ^*%fei#" lontalAlHg' l».|5 

_ J. l^tawivehBoj^tt 

Jtt^Ai^tfliaMk of 
for a <4MB| 

m A0ct|^urlOPl 

i^ udmi Di^ia 



camim rwrn; wrvkm — 

All lypei of ^fv^ to o^r: 
ainttiaiiit, IwdfiMi MHen. en- 
nktpe a<ldre(tfng, st^cUs, ed- 
ttng by &§^ ini)o»<K)Uege 
gniusiM, u you oaed se^e- 
^uiid un^ OCT'airiotttHy, even 
a ttatfi» Mtw. tat lis take mn 
d ]^wrirack. BMn on xe^iest 
Call jMunePrk^ GA»-a55, 
311 Itth St. Vixtfnis 8eMdi. 



tMadyM»fr 



43 Ptriflfw IM 






il«)4li|^%1l 





Neak Reaarhe ^toliy_it> 

S0d iMtt mont uf'IIMV^UO^ 

"^ ^im:mM i <^^^ 

a width of 455MiBt 
ortheA prtjperty ye. 
9.24 acres, more br 
te-ss iMncess Anne Borou^. 

XIV. ^pUoiti^ of c. e. ^ 
ton Jr. f& a Ite fMoit t# oy- 
erfte a sewage kgoon on certain 
pTopetty b^inning ft a p<^ 
16^ «eit mm tf Mi M of 
Oceana BoUteVi|rd aiV,3Mr feet 
nxve or less ^tb of Old Diun 
N^ Hoad. Said mtl^ having 
a i^!4)i of 2B0 IMef along ^e 
Ni^iem and SouQiem i»optfty 
lii^ and a widtih of ^0 f e^ alot^ 
the Eastern and Western proper- 
ty lines. Said property bouitd^d m 
the South b^a proposed mh- 
divWon of the W. E. ^lerldge 
prt^erty. Priho^i Anne Iterou^. 
, XV; Apptteatibh o f mt^ 
ConstructiOT CompM^y for a 
change of somag from Oo6- 
eismily Bekitence Di^iot ^1) to 
l6Uitiple4^amily !Besi<tence Distru^ 
m) of ^ % 8, 9, 10. 12 and 14. 
l^}dE m, subdIvUon of ^dow 
Lam HeigMs. Lots 6, 6. 10, 1^ 
and 14 froirting 190 feet on tt» 
SoiM side of Norfoik Avenue, be- 
giiHiing ^ a fxd^ tt leM Wmt 
of Ca^tn fCfjOitm) Avmm. ^^ 
ing a d^yth of tt liel team or 
lea 9i<m the Itelea property 
line, a wMth of 1« feet dong tte 
SMitiiem property Une, end a 
d^Ah of 100 feet atong tlw W^ 
mt )pr^eity lii». liOt • tm^sg 
in feet tt 1^ Nwth Me <tf im 
Street, begtaoiing at a ps^ 1^ 
leet W^ of (^frett Avpiwe. 
nandng « 6e^ nHafHt^ tieog 
the Sastem Md WeitCTii poper^ 
lines and a vkith of 30 fe^ al«K 
as Nei^iein t«opei^ ^» ^ 
10). Vh-ginia Be^ Bmxiu^. 

XVL Apiriica^n of mus^- 
Vlr^nia Cis^m^n for a cteige 
of soning ima Residence SuImt- 
ban mtmd 2 #S ^ to UnOm 
OMnneidal IM«M 1 (C-L 1) of 
certain prof^^ tm^^ M9 
feet on the We^ ^ of fSnt 
Ccdoniia ^Md. be^oning tt a 
poi^ 14^ feist more or leas N<Mth 
of Sason Road, bsvixg a ^pth of 
8tl feet alonf ttle mtmm md 
iS<wthem pm0fy Itaiek, tod • 
width of 20O leet a^i^ tiie W^ 
em {ttoperty line. l^nsbsf>»i 
Bozous^. 

€^€3erk 
By: JuMita S. Grim^ead, 
I^pu^ ^ Cterk 

a-27-pTl 



CLASSinR) AO>ramSING 
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lyilatiiiiiiii OM kw^tfM, niM 
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linglt^ttM. 

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HAVi: GinrAE; Wll. mAVlL 
to anytUii ttM meets: diUdren 
(^ lAili ptiMes, aervin di4», 
chttfch fptmp — foliv ainsi 
team a swln^' lM>ot«iany to 
aoim rHtoained old Sn^pish 



ballads. Atao ^uare dance call 
Mg. ^^rtt Price, 211 70th 
^eet, Virginia Bea<^. CaU 
OAMlSi. 



VUm imatms, for beginners. 
My hfmt or youn. 200 77th 
Sti«et. ^»4»4l8. 



l^levktions -- Used. 

^ught end Sdd. 

^iMotflslS.00 

0C&Atif9 

Ooeaaa, Va. 

Next door to Howard Cleanns 

Phone GA 84774 



Seovlary w^ salesman's license 
and car desires pc^tiqn vhXh 
Real ^ate firm in Virginia 
Beach arM combi^ag office 
wwt 1^ seUmg • «r weeitead 
sriling. 4 a»-li7<. 

BABY ^ilNO— Days for work- 
ing n^tiieis. cm iai-74W). 



availjM fw anall tM^aM eon- 
cems. Wm scheduta id^ at 
your cwivenienM. ^so nimeo- 
gnpbii^ tou. RaM reaaon- 
aUe. T^^^one 428«304. 



ee ^wftteti p^itpiw— "^aeie 



Retired offiow, adkge gn^uate. 
wUl tu^ Iteth and Cheooistry. 
ifil^ Mhoiri ai^ C(dlege level. 
GA »^10. 



TOaTT 



10 B— tt and Supplies 



SAEAOAT 16' - Comet class. Two 
suits aalls. GA 8-1441. 



ME^y^^lSE 



to Artieles Nr Sale 

I liil I ( I » I ■! I 



II 



Tran> |wrtatlp fi 



A 4^ P Drivcavays Inc.-«We wM 
^ver yMir our to or from any 
ci^. OsrefoUy setsoted dftiwn- 
0^6254804. 



amixmi'B go-ca^t, 2% hp 

engine. Used wry little. |S0. 
GA 8-1441. 



Mi^IHANDISE 



n HeufleheM Oeo# 



immms^mmr 



116 



Pieces Pit Rant 



RUGS— 9x12 Unolem far every 
room in the house. H96 aat 
and <^«n7 (no deatam^. Walsh 
Furniture, 17tti k Baltt:. ^ 



WnTm. UM. BtAft 



110 Apar^fwn UMynplsli^ 



^AiRTMENTS — AtraMud or 
unABid^ed. All talct nogie. 
Cpop«r Reai^, 504 LMkhi Sd. 
428-1330. NlgMs 42fr«33. 



Ill 



J^Hrfpenh Fumlriied 



SHAB£ • Virtfnki Beach • ftasi- 
sen tadir yM tture aiMrtmnt 
with hAy Mwod SO. OcAtnft- 
ient to shopping area and Ihis. 
426-287S. 



410 2&)d St One aM two bed- 
room apartments. El^^e 
stovs, x^id0^U», and hA wtr 
ler Malil iki^ apsrtsMniU. 
Yeai|r riu. ^a^ famished. 

mJDEE MOTE2. AP 

1, 2 roon eft 

ffMy IhiusIxnC tl^Vniy, 

moiMily. "We can funii^ ev- 

e^tting biA food." 960 omth- 

ly tthdnaun. GAMOUt^ GA 

S-OTOi: 



Off^ <ff smidl ^Mre for teoi. 
CMHer iUt aitf ^lilfc. 041 
owner 4^US» mgMi caS 



Warchettie, ^friMt ttop space, 
or stori^e. Any km, 17th St. 
RMSMi^k. Doug S^GmSs, Real 
Estate. GAB-8533. 




117 Wanted To Uni 



TmfJMU <ta#IW SP9H^ HB,fl8ltfth^ 

i^Mrtinnit fni^ttbif nea4 
Princes Anne Pbza. Other l»- 
caUcms ccmfakzed. Ynp^ r^ 
al. CaU GA $^1140 1^ 6 p.^ 



Wanted ~ first floor fomisbM 
apartment. Bmeh 9rm. Yeaf^ 
rentiJ. 428-18^. 



REAL ESTATI FO^ 

124 HovflM Fer Sale 




II Le^-PeuiMl 



lOST — Male mL Gtxk grey and 
white with yellow aiui black 
mariti^l^ Aed c(dtar with 
identill^tioii. Vicli^ty link- 
bom Park. Reward. GA 8-^93. 



MJTOMOTIVI 



IQ AutemeWkM Per Sale 



y ORRIS Umm Conver^Usi 
19|7. ^^kIs some vfork. 1300. 



PIANOS— Used. Spinets, ^ti^ 
Uprigl^. Concert Fteao TuMff. 
James A. KeUey. GsU «»«I37 
7-9 aji. aiMl 8-11 pjD. 

CLOTHE LINE POSTS>-|22.89 
completely Installed, heav| 
duty T poeiB, witb four Uoes 
abo feeO, set la coiicrett. 
Flione GA 8-^22. Fuel, Tf^d 
k Building ^pidy. pk. 



TIUIVISION SITS— Used, in 
working condition. flO up. Ce^ 
and <»rry. Beach TV Service 
422 Virginia Bmeh Blvd. 
428-7021. 



TBUIVISION, Used - Motofota. 
New picture ^At with 1 ^ 
warranty. ISO. 4284564- ' 



mmx LA&ABH^ mi. 4 #. 

Site), iniite waH tttM,vpow«r 
HMrii^ fUfrer torakes. iladio 
and imUut. Other ^rtras. 
Aetaal mileage 34,000. One 
o^raer. iou^t new lfl62. Will 
llmoc^. OaU N. G. Itoore 428- 
775S. 



•KgPt^afeVtdB 



36 AMHIance lervlces 



^atoi awl mmi^- I^mpt ef- 
f^^nt r^M^ Pick up and 
4^vm. Pfcone GA84222. 
Fuel Feed it Building Sup- 
l^iM. Inc. 



11 |ulMlt»-^fpeldni 



Vmr Am» KEt^AIR WORK 

Itafflbing — Heating 
BecMcai — Air Cottdttioning 

rn^^maA^mrwmmQ 
Am mM^mscAL 

Ahoae 436^2660 



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Avmfwmt-^m^ 



Pafi "Bint iewMi experienc«J in 




42 Help Wahte4^|e or fmta 



CAN YpU SELL 
PrjyDceas Anne 2iiemorial Park |iu 
ta^^ f<r man or wom^ 9Ver 
SB to present new insured fun- 
Uy protection plan to Tidewalo' 
jl^es. '^n trainioi |iv^|^' if 
^ are accepted- gW m$<»^ 
person i>art tiipe. TW tooMBis- 

m mi ^eeity. mmm 

fa inteviev. .^er § pm. caK 
3«M8i6. 



#3 ^tfaw 1#an^4-f emi^ 



IVpi^ dWres w(»k with 1^* Set- 
' vi» - In ott^ tiff at hop». Vl^ 
ify^ ^dh Area. ^^9-28^. 

Wodiing^d. ^vt time. Imping. 
9<m Call 42B^^ 



Five ckcuMing oU beaters 110. 
Qoub^ ^ finsle opi^ sprigs 
iiger bmm 115. 
^.. to 2?5 ^., 
•IQ each. I>oug Sessoms, Real 
fcstete, 42B|im. 

93 HevseheW Oee«N 




Refrige3%to», freesus, stoves, 
livj^ room turtdtdre, ck)«ki 
n^^ books, bedrpoffl fiiraitMNk 
piMn^ radios, mattresses, 
ifJrliMp; p(»ch funtfture, mMal 
eabioets, bite • ■ • in/^ mIm, 
duiis, chests, linoleum. Yott 
mune tt— «e iMve M and at !«»• 
sonidbiie prices and easy tefnl. 
lUrts Baxaar, 227 flnt OdiUaM 
Sd., Oceans. 4^7088. Opeo 6 
to 9. 



New and Used flimtture 

Upholstered and Eefinidied 

Oak Wa^istand I45.(|Q 

Barrel chair 49 PP 

Swivel Rocker ?| 

Occasional Chair 18. 

Boudoir Chair 29.5() 

Small chest 10.00 

Softi bed 65.0() 

New bedroom mtts. Bunk Be^ 

tag. Mirrors, and Pictures. 

Hilltop UphoW^ng Co. 

1000 Virginia Beach Blvd.. 

Virginia Beach Phone 428^77 

"We Buy aa4 Sett 

Used Mert^ia^lse." 



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HsiSTRLCTK:)NS 



Three 2 • bednnm tpartm^^ 
^unij^^ and unAuiiished. 
NhMty 'dollars f^ month. Ap- 
ply a^ 8 p.m.. 210 22nd St 



0<»aa Qmft WoUi AptftaMSti^ 
30«-19a ifaeei l^ld^iey 
apartlneats. All utihties m* 
niAed. Also, t-tdoin &^m^ 
mvA md furnished n^M. 
Block Irom Bus Ststtoa. Ir 
fmirt^ qf month. 



Itirytied fM unfumlsbed oita 
to 4 bedroom hounes and apiil> 
mmts. Sh(»t t^m or jwMy. 
Arabia RMtty. Odi QAS>?421 
anyttnte. 



114 HeusM For R^t 



North »id-0(»AN IIWNT^ 

B^iutiful six bedroon^ 3H 
baths, outttde shonnr. tM SO* 
X 150'. 137,500. Owner «#! 
ttilm^. See to apfHiJeekto 
value. CaU Clyde Hm'8»45Sl; 
nigbts, 6^4404. TRUIT^ 
REALTY CORP. UuAa 



1 24-A Rasert Preperftf l^er faje 



MOTEL— An exchisive <;uiflt 0^ 
ar»ti<ni in the Vir^nia Bei^ 
North End se^^ Lo^ tfta 
150x280', svtei^ potti 
Itony rocrns ctuiv^Me Mo 
siites with firepla^ aHi ktti^ 
en ^£ilitm Wonditf ful op^- 
tunity for ^nu-r^^d a)U|Aii 
with ai^nauaiale^^'ro.W) In 
a»h. iBa^ lenu « bdmii. 
7^ prtce m well bdow ^ ^ 
ual $10,000 1& Twm f^e iter 
moteto at Virg^ Beac^ t^MJi 
Aticin«^ 9M Vstete, i^amm 
GAft4441 H 



D^LAY 



For rent to cmiple. Four room 
house, uirfunuB^d. Scfeened 
p(>f^ Car <ttes^. WiWiB> ^> 
|>^ mti^iat. Yearly fttntkl. 
Plame «i8^63. 



115 Hwwif— y^wiiNJ" 



Two bedroom hoiue fttmldied. 
Yeai^y renU. f^^ced in i^sft 
Three Idocks from <»ean. Nice 
sh^. Call m/^mii. 



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Kverything Mi^ On 

for^^y one or more items 

iM they are yours. ' 

Front &)d, Machine Accessories 

mtuiSH Machine 

fl^rsge TwM 

Sl^rle Ranges 

V^t^erf and Q^ea 

jFtoor Saadtts 

BENNIJ'S 

AUTO WAftifcnJ^ 

c/o Itov^ 

SOOOLa^n^Md 

428^44 



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CIS itenews 
YMiig People 
Ceneert Series 

Pfailteiwmk: YMDg People'i 
CoMwta^ vMk L«(^axt BMMtein 
ewifeetto g and Mr»Unc» have 
%«M tmtiv^ «i ti% <BS T«le- 
ItetiiPoiiE for two y«ai 
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t imiwafl tl» Notwsi* and 

tte Naw Y«t nttlMfmo^, A 

Auteay, JrHl»rMktot, CBS 'Tete- 



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flM wrtei of four tip<^ con- 
earte cMh mkem, a Ne«w(»t fea- 
tun for aeran y«in, agaM wlU 
wigMte ia Pbtttwio^ IttiU at 
aa yaeoln Cwtar for tha Pw- 
tmt^Ski AtU, New York Ctty. 

Although Mr. Barmtialn wUI be 
on a saMMticBl from his New 
York FUlharmonic conducfUng 
duUas, be will iiUemipl his 
hMiM to eondud and narrate the 
TMOii Paoplt'i Concarta in the 
ISIMft aeaaoii. 

'Tiiplfng daias for Um co&cerU 
%ne Oct. 17 and Nov. S8, 1964 and 
!«fi. as and !Pe<b. 13, 1065. Broad- 
eaat <l^5 ai« to be avraunced. 

Tha taleviaian series of New 
York niSlMfmonic Young Peo- 
pto*« Conoofta hu baen tha re- 
cent of lotny dMln^uiilied 
a«irdi iime tts <noap(ion during 
tbe 1967-88 season. These include 
two Kmmy« of ^ Academy of 
Televiaion Aits and Sciences, two 
>h::j state Awards, two Thomu 
Alva Sdtem PottHdi^n Awardt 
and two tSaturday Review Awards. 

Roger Xn^ndar agftin will be 
the producer-director of the 



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Steve McQueen. Jackit Otea«»i and Ti««day Weld star in 
"Soidicr In The Rain," showing for the list time* today at die 
Princess Theatre on Virginia Beach Boulevard near the Princes* 
Anne Pla» IWioi^ng CeiHer. 



ODC THEA1KE PUY FRIDAY 

NOSPCMLK — Tl» OM CNwiin- Ueve .L people sea a^at they 




i«i Coll^ Tlmiter. aider the 
dlTMtlon at Ro^ 0. Place, wiU 
present Fay and MiiAael Kanin's 
"Rarfwmon'* ff^May and Statur- 
day M B-M p.m. in the Rwltal 
Hall of the OM Academic Build- 
ing, Hampton Boulevard at Boi- 
ling A^^niie, 

TIw play is baaed on Moriei 
from oriental legends by Ryuno- 
Atke Alwtegawa and is concerned 
with Truth. Tlw action takes 
pfau^ in Kyoto, H^n, a thounnd 
years ago. Three scenes are the 
ruins ot the Rathomon Gat*; a 
^Um (xurii and a nearby for- 
Ml A woman has bmn raped 
and her hu^and killed. In the 
^une of the play, toir different 
koriM are tokl and enacted: ihe 
tout's, 4te wife's, and dead 
te^AdHi <ttrotti^ iia vo^a of a 
mittwm) and finaQy, a wl^iess's 
<ti^ weodHnitter's). It ii up to 
tiM auten^ to determine whi(^ 
waisinie. 

ti» wig-mt^er, a x^venf^r 
ty^, ^ces tte ^eme of tlM 
^ay in his Unei: '^£^17 one teUa 
wlMt tw wwfta (be world to be- 

Paul Honored 
In NBC Event 

I^k Paul, director of wlver- 
^/M wA pi^motiohai ^rvices 
SrWAVY-WAVY-TV, has been 
nasMd Second Plana Winmr in 
the $Mh AnniMl NBC Pramo- 
tkia IfiwiaiR- Awai^ C^aE^al^ 
mm^l^^ H WW «nnwmwd 
toft^y fey Alexander S. Ryknder, 
vide pr^deirt,promotion. Natioiutl 
Bn^oasting Oominny. 

"^ MmiwtiUon encom^iasid 
4iia9V@all froiMtional effoi^ tm 
^todaNWJ'W affiliate siaUou 
^j^rt of the 1963-64 NBC Tda- 
irtita propam «:htdaite. The con- 
im^ judged by exeoltives id 
mvm toiding New York tdvw- 
^Uteg apneas, eoiwed ti» pr% 
^pA cfttegoiiea of {ffomsititm, ad- 
vising, press and showman^p 
in special (scploi'tatlon ar«s. It 
is tiie only television n«tworii 
Mjmpetition which provWes an <^ 
p«t^n% for local ^t^s to dis- 
1^ 4balr efforts on behalf of a 
natwoi^s ^ogrammlttg and to 
compete with <^r af fUfaited pro- 
motkin managem. 

TM» ItteA honor to WAVY-TV 
«nd Mr. IP^ul mariES Ms fourth 
tlra« in as aiay years that tiw * 
WAVY-TV witiy Ims \mn among 
the top five winners in the an- 
^al NBC contest. More than 70 
iDM|or nnarkets were represented 
witii entries in the (XunpeUtion. 

Tlie top ten winnei^ include.- 
First, WTRy-TV. Wbedlnj?, WMt 
Vhrginia; 8«»nd, WAVY-TV. Noi^ 
folk, Vir^a; aiird, WK-TV. 
Pitt^urgh. PemisjNlwuiia; fcurth, 
W^TV. ^uAm, MaiMMslnn^^ 
flflh, WBM^TV, BaMinwe, Maiy- 
huMl: axtJi. 1WP6M-TV, todian- 
«poBs. Ind.. sevenOi, KING-TV, 
Seri^, Washington: eighth. 
Wl^-TV* N«w Ortons. U.; 
ninth, KRIW-TV, ^i fr^eisw, 
Califoratt: le^, W^TV, M- 
teab^^^urga. 

Mr. ftul wU re^ve a 0^ 



want to aee and NQf «4at they 
want to hw" 

Tl» members of fl» imtt are; 
priert, Kll Seufer; woodcetter, 
Perry Johnson; wigmaker, Fred 
Jenks; deputy, WiUiam Baniai; 
tandit, Mike Scanlon; huiAand, 
Tom Morgan; wife, Mary Kroger; 
mother, l^ian Umoareux; and 
medhwi, Judy Amick. . 

Ticket Witt be availabk at 
the door^t $1 for a^Oti and SOc 
for drikfren. 

Spy Story On 
Espionage Show 

"Once a ^,»' mmim WOtam 
tncis, imiit^nt Martin wid bri 
CWnwron— a drama about >a 
British thteUlgence «genl who is 
deliber^ly Mcrificed Ir^ bis ni- 
periors acting in tteir nmHk% 
beat inM«^— WiU toe {wmMid 
on NBC-TV's "^k»a«" wetim 
Wedn^(tey, March 4 <§-10 p,m.) 

In the ^ory. Chief ATBak 
(Canwron) ia bi^ r^triaW by 
Uie BrMjA (o Us own African 
countty and eertoin trial by his 
j»liti<»i rivah. Officii, tbi Brtt- 

But unofficially, thi? Sittlib want 
M'Ma to e^ipe to a cminby not 
bou^ by tiM FugMva Offude^ 
Aet. Semirlty CiM Wa^f mb^ 
Vaughan) wants agaiA Phil Mason 
Oak^) for ttie Jc*. So tiM Srit- 
m wUl have no officiei ewWee- 
tlon with the caj^, l^LSon is fired. 
Waring's pfam taicltMca aendisg 
Malm's 0ri-MiM ^Mo, ale idi 
^m, to AMfi^ kMvtog a fob- 
kss Mann will fottow har. Gv- 
arytUng gam Mcontti^ to pba 
for M«ryona— 1^ f^KHL 

"Once a ^/' a Itor^t bod- 
kin' productlwi, waa witttM by 
Julkn Bond and dirpet^ by Dav. 
Ki Oree^ 




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Ki^^ Odpi^ portrays Martm 
Ckiii^ t^biMl "Jlgga' Casey in 
fttanwnt'a aew aiq^eMa ismm, 
"Sawn Da^ in May/' fHiMi 
op(«s Wed^aAiy ^ the Baa^ 
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cowt a m^biy i^ to ovu-- 
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RIC3IM0N0 — Ayfa^oa^mMy 
400 pMc«i of act work reprewntp 
11^64 schools 4«id 40,M0 AUdraB 
wwt m ^Kf^ ^ Thrihte^n 
S^bturday and wiR MOtmue 
ttpovgb tte noHtt M tbutk in 
r^oipltion of '^ChilArett'a Art 
Month ia Man^". 

Jai (eadMrs wMi tlM aaMstanoe 
of the di^tey Mttf wiS bMtail ti» 
work to TlialUn^ ftro^ SOmH 
windows, throu^ tiie fourtS) 
flMr and in The Richmowl R^m 
Ra^aaraai 

The axMbit to a part of the reg- 
tttar tomial exhMfi^ of Rich- 
m&A PABe S^o^ aMdiw'a 
tft w^ te mUdilm been adda^ 
M»e of tha iriMdmt woiic done 
dtainf tha cun^ Khoti ymt. 
TMi Hmmu^m wd very taaA- 
1^ mMl^^iM is a tribute to tha 
31 «ii liMwia, supor^^iaa and 
cMisiiiaite gnkling and ttrertlng 
te pfo^am in the iimuSB/mfi 
Junior High and Seidar lii^ 
Sctoools. K te a iriaiHl |«o(rf of 
^ belief VtM stwieMs l^um and 
fttw tiSBBgh aK beCHua art 
l^ravMsa qpputttntttes to tt^nas 
mm^ amUytfy; ait dav^opa 
m aUllty to aaa our irarlij art 
attributes to m unlecMaiidiag 
of our cuttund past, present and 
tature; vt mMm us to app«- 
^te, &ai^ and <»nMbi;^ to tha 
benity of our sumMiiMtti^ 

AH chlMren &om Junior Pri^ 
BHtry thioult^ M ^ade teva 
many ixuaotkml^ hi art to 
teniw Iji^ Scteol 24% of tlM 
eUktran are wrAad tai art i^» 
es and in SentaarWi^ 11%- 

QMting fnmi Oovenuff iteri- 
em*% k/tmt, be atatM "I am da- 
Ugh^ to hivite tiw ^^M at- 
tmtkm H tha pMpte of Vtrvnia 
to ait ad^rtmi ^uteg ^ month 
of liurefa. set &yk by its spon^is 
at ChBdran's Art Uteath. 

An am^peeiatiM of t^ am ia 
Ite nurk of the edumted and cul- 
bved cttliea. &i atady by our 
i^tklmi m^itm 0» im^mtion 
wd #H*¥!*^M' the inaMble 
q^aK^ <0 cem^titty k tts par^ 

TUs msaoBBaumiim ^Ofrt 
m op^itnni^ to aifve^te Mm 
Mly ttA effttts ti iW adiiMtora 
to Imn to young fliiaii tt ^pp»* 
tU&m of our ^tuial terU^.** 

ttej^blk^ls in^edtoview 
ttdwt)^ "Aittor R^n^id'a 
C&iKhan" at TtalhiBMif (tavini 
the BMOtt of MKt:b. 



Comedy Hit 
On CB^TV 

"Once Up>n a afettres^" Um 
off-Br(»dwi7 muaicid CMMdy btt 
which ffiit bstwght Carol Bwnwtt 
to ttieiMcal promiMiitt, wHl te 
prdenM as a OO^niiwle apedal 
with tlM conft^ienne ra-ereating 
her starring roto as PrinoesaWi^- 
fred, WedMsd^, June f <9:»- 
nm p.m., ffl)T, on the CBS Teb- 
vision Network, it vms umoui^ 
totey by MidyMl U. Dan, V^ 
ppwtfdant, fto^unt. 

Tto fgi^im, to ba taped in 
New York C^ in t^ Umk, 
will be iy)aMQred by 'nmm J. 

L^n, Inc. a^ Srolt Pa|»r Co. 
represented, re^ectivriy, 1^ SnX- 
livan, Staulf?r, Col wall * Baytoa, 
Inc and J. WaMi^r Thoin{NMin C. 

<Thi* spedal will pre-em^ "The 
Di<* Van Dyke Show" and "Tha 
Danny ftiye aow.'l 

i^petfing witti Mte Mn^i. 
wilt to% tluae members of toe 
or^nal "Once U(K» a MMtreM" 
eofl^May: Joa Bova,^ PriMe 
Dsnntle^ Jane Wh|to.as Quwi 
Ag^vain and J^ Oiltord as 
King Sextnius. <Mm toatured 
pUyera to the taleviston «iapta- 
tion are mvA Wi^ ti Lady 
Lu^een, ^ Hayw^^aa the Ma- 
^rel a»i J^k Fletcter as tte 
Wi»rd. 

'On^ t^oR a Mat^ss,'' wM- 
ten by MaiAaU Barer, Jay 
Thwipwui and Dean fWler, is a 
free iKteptotkm of the old f^ 
tale "Tte i^in^as and the Pn." 
Um inwki^ ac«« waa ticmpmd 
by Uiry !fM$vi, witb ly^ ^ 
Msi^mU te«r. Whai Iha mutt- 
aal «^liW^ opaaed «A te 
Ph<mite ftaaatar in New Ywk 
CMy to ttiMfpring vi 1910, tt mM 
rac^v^ vMk tn^ t«Mm. mm 
Buraett, to pai^eidar, received a 
set of pmonal nottoes that hated 
h«r aa (ma of m Aa^r'a bili^ 
naw aters. * ^ 

Joe Isy^m will ba tto-director 
and cbiTM^n^er for Iba pt>- 
di^ioa. Mr. Utyton ans tiM 
01^^ cfa«a<^nviMr of ^ mi- 
ak^ Among i^ ^im BrMOm^' 
emm», ailter as dir^. €b«e- 
ocnipb«r or ftoth. uw «t(A adtowa 
•s "No mAnm," "Sail Awv," 
"GnaMratow," '-rMKiKtoin*' and 
the Ctttwirtfy runnlTg "Tte Gtrl 
Who Came to SuaM**'* Hk wm* 
previ<w^ btt baan aeen m tiM 
neiworii on tha apedal '*TIm 
Gerahwm Yeara," for whkto he 
obtf^ra^ad the "Porgy aad 
B^'baUet 



ifon tiM Mtoat ^imac^ ai4 tto 



^Man^ 



Gircfls These 
Of m Shew 

■Hlghwire; the Oriat Wal 
tendat," a b^^-tteatmas look 
at tte <n^al adi triwi^ of the 
wrM faiiwitt cirwis ftimtty whose 
hi^^iiv a^ has ben A«pd 1^ 
ttii^y, wU be f>rMai^ as a 
'fte PflM ^w of tiie Waak" 
SinAiy, Mtreh t2 OO-ll pjn. 
ffiti on tiM NBC-TV Nrtwork. - 

I^-TV fiunaris flit* fwisrt 
Ml tlM WaOndta k^ summer, m 
tto aeriidi^ M ^ &rl Wd- 
tendi, to^itt tto ttna^ to re- 
oMte and perfona apiin tiw 
wven^rsbn pyramid ac* which 
had at one ttoM brtHigM thwi^ to 
tha wff MgM of tJ^ <tereer 
sn^at OTotiMr tin»— w IMroK, 
to Jitouary, 10e2~>to the <^)ths 
ef<ksp9ir. 

Since Um tragk: Ml to Detroit, 
to whidb two niembera of the 
trouiM were ki^ ai^ amtiw 
pemniMitly cripjrirt, Karl WiJ- 
lens's dream ms to perfonn t^ 
diffteutt wA duigeroui pyraaiid 
Kt «iem»Ailly ofw more tfaM. 
R is tiM story of tte WallendM* 
MtermiiHtion to fiMse somrdv 
whet defeated thM> to DetroE' 
and to restore to tlMm tiieir pride 
to ttaair wcnk. ^t ta tM m Uiis 
'Du Post ^w af tiM We<^" 

A preienWion of Cr^Aive Pro- 
jects, NBC News, with Irviw OH- 
M as executive producer, 'fli^ 
Wire: the Great WaUwlas" wUI 
ba produced and written by Al 
WaMsraMn. G^ff-ge fitedland is 
tfre^r. 

Pnduttr Wanwman's reiMrt 
hei^ durh^ t)M tei»m- of 
lies when the WaUahdas wwa 
^l«fBBng at OW «orge. NY. R 
waa dartog this perM ti»t, untjto 
the ^r^4 infhictuM of ^mA ^ftA 
lends, the ikctsion was aa^ to 
attempt the wven-p«fK)n pyra- 
mid act one fimd tima. Cami»aa 
ttiM follow the troupe to th^ 
home «nd Winter training qutf^ 
tors to auiwta, Fla., where pr^ 
enrttaawto f«rtarm tiw art mme 
InteMifiKl. 

One of tiie dnunrtic bi^ 
potats of th» Du Port a^dri wia [^ 
be f Ihm of a wai^obd Ml by 
the WaUn^H m ttey rehnrsed 
tti^, act w a IM(M laacttee 
wiia to ^uTHMta. (^unnannB 
Robto mi was filmtog te ra*. 
heanal— the fi«rt ti«M tiM Wal- 
towta ted attempiad the ael 
Onm \M «IMr^ mAAm^^-^wtim 
one of the cable* holding ona «l 
the ufMTight polas sl^pnl ind the 
pertornwa plunged to ajitt. AH 
amiiitn of the troui» wwe in- 
hiiad rfighftty m the fall a^ one 
WaUeds— Guthei^-^wt 13 teetti 
and suffered a mild nocmato. 

How tM Wa^sdaa tfnoat 
pm up thair diflierMS hi^ 
whw act after this re^wai^ «:- 
cidoit, ttior olttot^ tee^n to 
emtinue v^orking <m tiM 1^ wd 
the eviutitol aaccaslul pmtorm- 
ance of the pyramM in a 104ay 
enpgement at fV)rt Worth, Tex., 
foim tte remaining pert of tiM 
TV nsDrrative. 

Upcm wHidusion of Om «w!c^ 
ful performance of the tawa* 
peraim pynanid at Fort W<Mth, 
Ktfl WaSracto anoounced ^rt 
the ad would never be ^rfoim^ 
agirin. 

'<We have shown tM we a^ 




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NOW— ^N Jt48 PAI. 







"Once Upon a MMnHs" wiU 
be product by Joe fbn^HMi, 
wito Dave GeW a? Uy^'a €0- ^ „ ^ ,^ 
dhaotor ^ Bob Wri|^ as aa- can do R. he aid. 
aociate proAioef. Mu^al *r«*or *^~ " ~~ 
is Hany ZtetB^nnan. TSie hei^ of Iwman wisdom 

The brmdoMt will be a ^ k to Mng oiir twipas (town 4b 
dnetion of Bck Baans^ Amsc^tn ma dreumtancea, and t^ untm 
and &in^OQd ProduciiQiM in ai- a ^ilm w^o, under tta m^^ 
aodfttm wiUi tiM OBS Televiuon of the freMest storsi antlwiit. 



— Denjel D#Vm 




THE MKDU 

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SEVEN DAYS IN MAY 

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Kirk. Douglas 

Ava Gardner 

Naturea: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 




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Today, Marck 3 

SOLDIER IN THE KAOI 

Jackie Glea«>n 

Steve McOu^n 

Tuesday V^eld 

Features 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 

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VUtOlNIA BEACH, VKGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1964 Thm Sectioni-38 Pagm 



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SOY seouTs rasT 



N M REGION HI 




VBQfhRA BEACH — TM, PAVAB'i iWOMi tad promo- 
maom Anne - Vir^aui BtM^itioa «W« «1» i^i^ad«l by 

^aemm of Amenoa, im aoMj^ ^m^ Km L. Jart, I^n R. 
M spin! Hwy took first plwe in Hunt, Waftirw W. Ji^s, Don B. 
fc^^ ID for the ihirA mmtm- 

iim^mJ f^Kk^rters in Pitfhh 
Mp&, !^., noUr»d the local dis- 
trict lait Frt(tay that it had telm 
ftrst pUce for inemfattrshlp 
i^ievtiMnt In 1M3. 

l^en the 1993 nwnii»ei^}p 
dnve «D^ the dlttiKI toad IB 
iMw Vewt IMa orgauied ivlth 
iS7 MW iwys partld^^tiag in tiw 
p^fML T^ acewnpU^RieiU 
T^^immA 64 per c«nt of T1<||- 
mter CmiacU's net m«nterd# 
f^tei'ttej^ar. , 

W^n of ibt n^»» tf th» 
PAVAB '71a\«4>ona" proatstiMi 
that ^uh^ tte DiftrM torto ra- 
l^soal firA i^^ ma credited to 
Wtmath L. MacLeod Jr. i^ his 
wg^^aHkm «id ortendon loam. 



PageaMt Evert 

* 

itaiffim Near 

«dK> vlib to mter the Vm Tar- 
gUita BMtit JNgeant ha^ oidy 
five more days to sign up. 

Deadline for entiles 'is next 
MjRMltlr iM tlMue who wi^ to 
itoild call SiU Caspar, 
in. at 42S4769 ai 




1 ft VbM AM ft. Il»{wrd Ctvic 
Center under the aponaenhip of 
the Vtegnia ,Be«eh Jwiior Cham- 
ber Of Commerce. 

Ito nmner will fee CTOwwid ^ 
10ll#««u Amu^ Ifiai Aaaeitat 

1I» 1^ 11^ i^»««R|9 with 
^ jWit Vtrpnia ^t^ tiite wUl 
1^ m to lio^M^ foe Mm Vlr- 
glnbi in A>a»Ae la Ju^ Md tte 
i^te winner wMl ooa^l» te tte 
Kai Am^o^flMW:^ ta ^Mia^ic 
C»ty, I'i. in a ei ^tembig . 

lln pirpMe of ^ Aew^ 
yUMtet . ac(wdh« to^ Pdbli^ 
Chainian i^nl ffiat, ia to j^ 
nhe wtttty ^ing wmen of the 
^Huntu^ an <qvortiuuty to re- 
«eiw hi^r c^N^itfoa throuf^ a 
iehiteMp pK^iam Md to b^ 
%ein twfld m&m i & careers 
m Oe tetare." 

Ai^ dngle #rl hetvnen 18 and 
M «Aq MU te a 1^ actecrt 
piMte hf ttte Septanhw lad 
Mm hag heM a (^ reridMt bxc 



WemW^ Itevitt B^ftiw anrt 
MtNM W. Klmbrel, %s w«ll at 
te iMden of the di^ii^'i W 
ieout Units. 

In 19M the disftrict nnk^ 
196th in the region but tttm 
teundung a 3-^ar building pd» 
gram It gained in such propof- 
ttoiu that it tea been awndiKl 
nuny he^ie. 

T^m iMittOi^ include tlw Nt- 
ttonal Championship in IMl; \im 
itegional Chan^im^p in IMl 
am 1963; and the All-lUgional 
Paotn^ken in 1981, 1962 and 
1963. 

During this 3-yMr i»^rani the 
4^rict luts organfaied 42 new 
BeanO. Untta, inenand Ks mb- 
aeri^ns to ^'t life mapuae 
hy 1,496; and gained 1,6^ new 

AU three of th^e cxtegoa^ te- 
creaaed hy 106 p«r <»&t ^tarli^ 
m three years aad PAVAB Dto- 

trict has funded 71 pur cent 
of Qw Tklewster Council's net 
meniteiihip growth {<a the same 
per^. 

"Basf S^vte of Amerhaa has 
tme mlanon," Distrii^ £xeeutive 
Winded IL "BiU" King saM, '^ 
help mom ymng p^ple grow 
into ttrong-^ed, h^itthy- 
minded, reapwttte dtia^ de- 
voted to Ood, ^Mutoy, ha^ ami 
their feUow#ai. WDism pt 
young people Ire jsow bemfltlng 

from the jirt^p«in we offer." 

... ..«|gs| .^,,^ , 




These scout leaders are among flwse who t ook the PAVAB District to the top of Region IB 
in 1963: j«at»l (left to right) Don E. Wemfck, Bob Kimbrel and Marvin Frye; back row, Woodrow 
W. Jones. Don R, Hunt, Bill King, Fred W. Isaac s and Ken W. MacLeod Jr. (Botce Photo) 



^^jn?^ great icouUng imm in our Belch 



district. We were confident and 
we ttwv^ ferwwd togetjier from 
the Mw^ Mbcat to die oldut 
Scfl^ Inri the aewert Smit 
Vnit to Oe IM^rM fl^si^" 

RACMfi Fiuib 
TO BE SHOWN 



iSDfi^VEiJ: — 1^ &m|» 
vIBe Rurttae Club wUl fmm^ 
mm top 1963 ctamptaiMp 
mxk oar radng fUnis FtMay at 
7:36 tik ttie V^^ima Anm High 
SdMiA endilMdim. 

Tl» films irtU tfww action from 
m Southern ttOO, the WotW 600 
and the Daytona 500 itwes in 
^uiid and <»tor. Ate fnturtd 
1^ te a bonus fihn of ^ 1963 
^tma^s wtte. 

"nie idMwing wiH be under tlK 
^o^nr^p of Royal Crown C<da. 
DoMtloBs <rf SO e»ts for tOnMt 
«Bd M e^ta for Aildren will §a 



m pwotts is el^Ue to ^mprte. to the KlmpwiBe Rui^an Club 



DAV OFFICUU. COMING HERE 




DOUM^a H. MeftMUttTY 

DwglM H. lIcGanity, Haem- 
al Comnunderef the Dinbled 

AaaAcm V^mtm, will arrive in 
H<aMk Md Vi^iia B«ieh on 
March 13, according to thomm 
A. WuM of PMtai^ifth, Mte 
Oommaader of the D^ertn»itf id 
Vir^nia, OAV. 

MeOtti^, « eomtatt^iibled 
velMtta of WwM War U. wtfi be 
In Vlisinia BeMh to ipe^ to the 
S^tim Coil^enoe of tt» 8ep«|r 
stent of Virginia, BAJf. He inll 
qwkk a| 7 pM. on tfirch 14 at 
^ INoqi^. Hie eontereaee will 
he held $A tlw AnMstearai Motor 
Lodge In Vli^nibi Beach on the 
14th and l&th of Mardi. 

During his visit, IteC^n^ will 
vtftt the * JA^^rUmr Memorial 
and points of hMorial barest in 
tile 'mewatn' Area. VU it ached- 



^mh Smknt$ Tidte DM Awards And Offkes 




W. u .>wing Dis;trlbutive Education studc 
award winners am! new officers elected recently a 
ri^t: Mary Anne Cbeslcy, perHamcnt^rtan r.A 
suction. Jo Oarringtoa, first ^ac;€ in di> 
winner in publtc speaking; Bill Holland, Uiura p 
the Gonfeienoe at Granby Hi^ School in Notlc. 
vide coiyveatikm to be heU ^er this year in Ron 



ntsat Virginia Beach High Sdiool were among flw 

t the District I Leadership Conference. Left to 

- Newaam, second place award hi sales denK»- 

ted. new District President and first pUu^ 

vertising. Five other area sdiools attenM 

si place winners wiil eomeete hi the sCiM^ 

noke, (photo by Tom Nixon) 



uled to vlsft the Kecoughtan 
Veterans Administration Hospital 
on the 13th. He wiU have several 
meetings with local vitoran 1«kI- 
en to dlKuss vetennM iffalrs wu^ 
the furtherance of the cause of 
Uie disabM vMeran. MizeU aald. 
TlM 46-year-old McGarrity la of* 
ficial spokesman for the 215,000 
n»nrt}ers of the IMsal^d Asml- 
oui V«tenns tite<(M4(h(^ 4^ UJ. 
He began his one-year term M 
Natlonid Comniand«r # the 
DAVs 19^ i^nwent^ in lliami 
wh«re 



Bi^ku'rity, a toan i^cisU^ 
vidth Uie mo^ Mxlmaa >dinls- 
iairMon, has sen^ actfi^Iy in 
DAV leadership positions at both 
local and naUuial levels. < 

"ta each of these poisons," 
aays Me^rri^, "I ha^ Ivorkad 
to advance tud impnm tte psd- 
tion of ABMffka's D^ur-dfanbM, 
their widows and their depend- 
wts. And I am r^louhUng «[^ ef- 
forli IntUf i^m^&m iuem m 
term as nethmal commai^r of 
the DIsatod Amerkan Veterans." 

M^kurrtty ento^ the VS. Ar- 
my In F^ruary, 1944, ai^ was 
wlM^pi^ntly wounded in action 
while eerving with tlM 88th In- 
teitry Dlviaon In the bloody 
i^9ttin« In iwrthem Italy. Ater 
isng&y hon^MaliaitbM, he re- 
ceive his honorable medical dis- 
charge in Decemba*, 1945. 

McGarrity tttei^ted Wayne 
^te Univer^, Detroit, where 
he i^;ehred his Bachelor of Sci- 
ence Depee In Byatness Admin- 
Mratkn. He and his wife, Jean— 
« former memtber of the Coast 



Guard — have two chiUlren, Linda 
lO; and William. 18. : 



INDiX 



Claseified 

editorial 

EniMtaimnent 

Funwait 

Se^ty 



REiBIONJU. CD 
OFFICE OPENS 
IN HAYFLOWER 




FRANCIS J» OEIOER 

VroOimA BEACH T- 1^ 
stale Office of Civil I^lesie an- 
noun^s the opening of a regional 
office in the Hampton Roads Re- 
gion located in the Mayflower 
buikUng at VUiinia Beach. 

Francis J. Geiger, Regional 
D^pi^ Coordinator of the Han^ 
ton Roads Region, will be in 
diarge of this office Which wp 
provide ctoser liaison and further 
assistance to 'the niiie cities and 
ten counties of the f&mpttm 
^lada Region. 

Qe^er eti»e wtth t^ S^te Of- 
i^ of Ci^ Defense In Mi^r, 
1962. and prior to assuming li^ 
present position, was in charge of 
@>ordinating disaster operations 
&reo|bout .Virginia. 

Bom in East Change, New Jer- 
sey, Gei^r is a graduate of the 
School of Foreign Service, 
Georjietown University, Washing- 
ton, DC. ^B served in the U.S. 
Navy In WorW War n and Kor«i. 
He has been a reiident of Vir- 
2 A 3-A ; ginia Beach for eleven y^u3 -and 
S^ resides ^ 6064 ^laotlc Avenue. 



NORFOLK 
LAW FRtM 
OPENS HERE 



VIRGDOA BEACH — The Nor- 
folk law firm of Wilcox, Cooke, 
Savage and Lewrame opened i^ 
Virginia B«ch office at 3115 Pa- 
cific Ave. MoiMiay. 

Attorney Philip G. Denman Is 
attached to the new office as resi- 
dent partner. More people will 
be assign^ here as busineia war- 
rants, Denman saM. 

The firm was founded m 
Cooke and Willcox In 19^ id- 
thou^ its main founder, Adp 
WiUcdx of J^orfolk, was practcing 
law tlwre as early as the 18M' »M 
90*8. 

The firm specialises In bu^ess 
law, <m>poration tew, wUls, mists 
and ertata, and r^ed flel^l. 
U indwi^ eleven partmrs and 
two ^aocfades. 

FitE, RESCUE UNITS 
GET SOME RELIEF 

VIRGINIA 6EACH — February 
yna slightly less hectic than Jan- 
uary for tte Virginia Beach fiie 
and r^cue units, accordl^ to 
nran^ figures released Tuesday 
by Dlq^tcher Geoi^ Held. 

During the monUi l^ere were 
106 fire calls that required 271 
pieces of equipment tiad the cHy'a 
13 anriiulnioes tnMn el^ tmeam 
units answtf^ 24U oajli^ 



LOCAL BUSINESSMEN 
PART OF N.Y. FAIR 

NEW YORK, N. Y,— Ow of Vffginia ^ach'i m«t ortstand- 
ing businessmen wHI become nn intricate part of a EiWDpeea Mtioa's 
pavilion to give the Old t>on>inion its c»l) repretenttitkM in ibm 
New York 1964-1965 World's Fair. * 

Restaurant operator Jdm F. Hocy wiH «-cr«tc th# py and 
colorful exckement of centuries 



past when he unveils the rustic 
"Ballantine Rathskeller" In the 
guttering ultra-modern exposi- 
tion that opens its 360Kiay run 
April 22 in flushing Meadow 
I^fk. 

Hoay, who ewns aiMl^p*ratn 
VirvMa ftMch's Rafhakerier 
l>eun|^; is aaaiited by t^n9 enier 
yirginia Beach raafclwtf s .. P a t e 
tee^, Arector of RafMwRer 
^eriHont, «fid Bob Oheia, 
tractor at imAIIc relattont and 
eammunicationa. 

Covering some ^,000 square 
feet, the Fair's lar^st restaurant 
win be located umlenmkth the 
Tmrn Hall of the pieture^yue Bel- 
gan Villain, the Fair's larger 
in^rmrtloul exhibit. 

A repli^ of a ^i^ 1900 
(krman cafe, the Breughel-type 
rathskeller wiS atu^ out as a 
weteonw oi^ iA mmdrous tndl- 
tiffi In a Worid's FWr ^mceived 
mt the tiireshold of sptM «i- 
plittaUon. 

Dret^ in colorful Bavarian 
costumes, weitors aiE^ waitrMses, 
many of them European, will add 
to the Rathskeller's authenticity. 
An attractlvely<ostttmed German 
Band and a number of Ftemlsh 
entertainers wUl tdw be on Mnd 
to lend aQ authentk air. 

The Rath^celter memi wS f^- 
hilt i^ch perennial German dish- 



es as Wein« Mmiteel, Sauer- 
braten and Be^ien Bratwur^ 
edMlthtt to AamAam beef, chj«K 
en andlpeafoed kiitMm and ^» 
Ratl»k4ier speetel^ — It 
ship Rottid of Beef aad Ohi< 
RMesM^ Tasty dcnerts 911 
elude %Hne-nie^ ^^^fiie JU 
and Varied FMMi podding 

•fta World's Fair wlE 
AprU %2 to Octfltoer It, 1 
April m to OOttitr n, 
if^gjlMged to irttrart 
70 mlflni visitors duriiv 
y&t tun, reputedly tlM 
boot office In hl^^. 





,»HltH6lY 



fttlrtrtir txni^in For erivsr 



VIRGINIA MIACM ~ Frank 
Ijiter, the televlj^m and movie 
persoiMllty who phuis to drive a 
sbageniach from Florid to Vt- 
ginia Bok^, laM WecfaMKh^ 
that ttie trip would cost IhCMit 
1^,000 out of hb e#n ^ket 
to "promote Virginia Beach ai^ l^ni^ by MUton Matter on hor^ 



TS 



PROCLAMATION 



WWEREAS, TTiere will \x many events of cultural interest to 
the people <rf Virgin^ Beach tai(ittg phwe in April, 1964, and 

WHEREAS, These events will include the Annual Spring 
Exhfcit rf Ite Vhginia Beach Art Association at the Alan B. Shepard 
Civic Center, April 23rd to 26tih; A di^y oi antique musical 
instruments and a concert of Elizabethan Music by oie Virginia 
Beach Reccx^er Soc^ on April 26th at the Alan B, Siepard Civic 
Center; the nwskal productkw of "Carousel" by the Virginia Beach 
Civic Chorus, sj^nsored bv the Virginia Beach Rotary Club, at 
the Alan B. ^epard Civic Center on April 8th, 9th, lOfh & 11 A; 
a memNrshq* i^tuig ejdiibk by the Virp»ia Beach Art Associa- 
tion, **&«i^qxs and Sandunes'* openir^ on April 12i^ at the 
Oumbtr of Ccotuimbpcc; and a jwoduction on Ajwil 30th at the 
Courtyai^ Ptoytoi»e% Ac Virpua Beadi Ltetle Th«rtre. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, FRANK A. DUSCH, MAYOR, do 
proclaim the Month ^ Apia, 1^4, FINE ARTS MONTH wkhin 
the City of Virginia Beach. 

SIONpj Ate 5A <toy c€ March, 1964. 

FRANK A, DUSCH, >Iayor 



Frontier City. 

The local amusnooent pai^ jMU 
provide the stage<K3acft md 
horses, loiter said, but the ex- 
penses of keeping up the team 
and equipment and the payroll 
will he M»orhed by him* per- 

"As thif trip progresses," he 
said, 'T feel the mer^ianta aad 
people of Virginia Beach #Ul 
realu^ how noudi ii will mean 
to them in the way of puWcity." 
Lytm' said he wm undert^ 
ing the S-menth sta ae o ea ch 
trip "jutt beuuse I want to and 
beowse I ImI It wW tfraet^ 
entire 



He wifl iMve l»re Friday tor 
Ocala, Fte., where the trip will 
get underway March 15 fTran tJaa 



i^vf 6Gun Territory AttracAi<m. 
^ ^igecoach wUl be trasqiort- 
ed down hy truck, luter add 
comiwiy irill arrive hade fa^e 
August 15 in gtlz eeremon^ at 
Frontier City. 
Luter aid 1» will he aceom- 



jmck. Joe Midiaels wUl serve as 
advance man In the public rek- 
tuns work ftn- tl» trip. He 9iu 
«id that Culligan Soft Wst^ 
Service will sponstff a horse and 
rider to accompai^r him hirt dM 
not releai« the rider's nan^. 

At teast two other jrkien are 
expected to join him in 'Ftori^, 
iMfaer said, ,j 

laiMn mvw* 

Arrangements lave idready 
been made to hold country «id 
western talent shows In some of 
the HMJor cities. The top winners 
wHl have tai» recordings ma^ 
ami ttose will he mnt to a record 
company tor audltkms, Luter 
said. 

Radk) St^k)ns WGMS Md 
WBOF have said they wiU keep 
tra<^ of liter's progres ^rou|^ 



U^e^piMme and «t>ail ewnnmtrica- 
tkB. 

The Virtfnte BeMdi ChuriMr 
of O^mtmt tes »^ed hi» 
iritt t k^ nnnifcit atV^Amm 
m the r«i»t to he #iili^iited 
along tte way, be jaid, 

IiiqMmms Mve ehe shnm 
Mwwt in the trc*. L^er nW 
iw IMS HMfMH cefiee w^h a 
man in a wm^ slwe hil week 
Md Mm nwn iMMiad me 9^ 
tnhri^Ttvm enp e na e i 

n9 InwvSr llfv ww^iWr fft 

^ ytrvinte Beach." 

A stauiM^ SwthKB Baptist 
who toaches a TTiiaiiv VrAoa 
Mu it first CctaaiA Baptist 
Ctardi, later aiM he end the 
t^er partMpairts iMll ^^^wt with 
Rev. Georp maltogs, peitor of 
his dnirdi, for a ^eay^ wrvice 
befom leaving Fri^. 

iP^i^ns wishing to costMt 
laOer helwe be leav^i may' call 
htaa today at Cokifm Jtffi^* 
3«>-^22, wher^' lie hit teen 
headquartered for ^ pest few 
imeks. 







Frank 



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Meilical Steiety 

!i^M iKiKUii# of tto 

Ipnia l^ch Medicsl ^$M^ 

Siy, ^^li 10 At 10 en. It tin 
Bay HtilKiur C^. 

M»«^ mkjr purdiiip tkktti 1^ 
@Uliag Mxs. W. 1. nkfcuiioa 
4284177. Ifrt. K. K. Wallace ff- 
6394 or Mrj. W. T. Johnion 
^4-1^. 

All i^roceedi will go to th« 
New ^^oii ^ch H^Ul. 
Coff^ m^ rote 1^ bs Mtiwd. 



PARTY 

TIME 

IS HERE 





Baytlde Junkies 



ioq $JHW 



BAym« — ^ B»^i i^• 

^at ^liil's n^ wit! ^tteiit 
BklUiMfy InhtoM from L. Sny- 
der's DtprUnent Stare m Tii«t' 

OfLrtyta Church. 

ModA wUr^ N Ibl. 4 f 

White. Mrs. WUUim k^umn, 
of Ui« Ooeao i^k ChAi #i. 
Preiton Twiloxd. Mrs. O^Nl 
0. Sarly, Cape Henry Cl^: Ifrt. 

PlUMM «e i« 

Cluh; Mrs. &vtn^ 



OAMtOI 



WflJU lAii^ BAMK YOU 
^ rwnfWK smm ALL 

101^ 9^K|N0 NEEDS? 
^^^ rrwifi^DFfBilAm 

icou cHQfii& m oma. 



For Mvinii mt eliM^riiig MOoii|Mt» loi^ 

.>£ •& kiidi, wle dhreeit fctsM, hni^ 

^viet ahovd money Bulten -"yoa mam 

t«f Ve li^re to Mrve yvn prom^^ 

WWipU^iily. Tint*! wiMt ive .»,tta 










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graves, Bay- 
School 



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C(H;ha!roien for ^ ^nA «|c 
Mr». H. A. AmoU tpd flfii. T. R. 
ftimett 




•re Noffoik Mayor Ro^ 
S. IfcCain, Jr., Comman 




-1^ ma^ 

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PUw*; jiijrr«rch 

M at li:» un. 

Iln. R. 1. Dtveq^MTt, cantonn 
tf yt«irtM«, Pe^ tad Oma 
1^ te to ^»fe ^ tte jpv^^m. 











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#4jNPfiva . , . .OTPLfi LmmMG limit 




Prcshrf Insurancfc 

Sc^ts "Ric^ Pr^fems 

- And R^l Estate 

Probes Are JM$l As Eisy 



FIW 

Tim'i Mill 




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lioy^Qf 



Inch ilvd. «t Pf inc«si Ann* Plan % 

' * 'at Rr^bhii Comar 

I A.|f . «» I P.P^^ sfleaiqQt . 4 to 7 P JC 




Fire h • wc pgnhi a d d^vMv* fowk M ^d(« 
lo<^ «» be ifcni^Eiing, 1^ /mt prt»»nt horn* 
in«ir«im pr^m$ <maiiM M and ^tr Imporfmrt 
hoifv^f Qmk wUh w. W* wiN hi fl^ct te 90 
ovw ^w pf«MMI tepURMw «mI pm^an tr wMi 
th« brawl cmnm^ «f m i€lno Og^Milty Horn*, 
owi^ Policy. 

Wl^ 2 offk:«s ready ^ solve all your real estate ai^ 

insurance pmblemi Kellam-iaton can protect, m% 

rtrtf V Kelp you buy your prop^ty— truly one-st^, 

complete i^rvloj ^ yo^' 

KELLAM - EATON 

Imur^nct Ckmf^itiy 

311) PACmC Ave. - VIRQ^ I^GN 
%8^l«1 

M)6« MM^ mm RO. - CITY IMU 






Mrs I^QCUft Ml ^UMtMl wUl 
Ji) witit ^ (frwi^ri liter- 

Mia. M. B. ZxM, Onirimii of 
Mi^ lUM aaaounmi that Aoe 
Genison, Carol !U1 and n«l 
V^mu ol m "Omuer cart 
«^ eotei^ate tile dA with wn^ 
fkwi the ^^ uiMto* tt« directitti 
ol C%vl« <^u4i»er and C^^is 



Od Fdtfua^ 25 an art ejAfttit 




tte ]»oqie 
Ik <ta»b 




^^ GiK^i Om^ vS b^ a 
^Hbd £^ supj^r and pmt 
pu^ at tte tuMiw ol lira. Rk^- 
ard B. Schiirfler, 18« Wooctaunt 
Orive, Fritey «t 7:W p.m. 



OCEAN TV -(^{ANA 

MVXT MMt OCKANA I^A 

DIAfc4a8^774 




SENSATIONAL CUKTO 

MATHIS CXlLtMl SEf. 

DANBH WALNirr CtlNSttX 



^ Win S. McCain, Jr., Mrs. M^in and 
[fi^ AiwohiMm Force, Ainng a raceptkp 
i ^l^loui fotces h^ Sabir^y. '^ 
m^t TiitoiMUta: cmUan a^ military 



6ardM Ctub 
Makes Awarifo 



in^Jia — Tlie february 

(^ va) ^^ «t tte hou^ flf 
ata. J. H. eiab«me. to the ^ 
mm» of the {maid^ tte n^- 
ing was conducted by Mrs. C. J. 
Hauwr. 

^a. M. K. Crocks pve ap 
inte^^his ttOk on 8«^ml|W». 
1^ teHJ^t laong sfi^ral iped- 
tmm from her own potlen to 
lUiMi^ fa@ talk. 

# 

tlii* TIm^I^ Ctata^ en- 
mmmS tfaiA the iwgtti TtKynt 
day atemom in each oMOft hMl 
\mm. aelected, throu^ ^Om^iA 
to viitt Store Drive CowalMMit 
ifome. 

Rlbb(His fOT ayrnAgenMM 
iwn awardad as fdlows: \Am> 
Mn. W. J. lfo^>er mAUx%.t. 
J. awter; r^ lira. W. A. I^ood 
iO, ib^ W. L. Mjwn tod Mo. 
W. T. Stwyet. 



JiaUr iMMn 
Sirtict Mil. 
IMbtrt Tuner 



VBGINIA B£AaK — Ifrs. 
I^tert 1^ l^mtf iMi ^sn d«^^ 
pr^dHit of tl» ViitfBte "BmSar 
Pi^Mm Anne Junta* Wonsn's 
C^b ^e suM^to Mn. V. K. Al- 
Ao^Ji*. 

^ Election of «lte«n l^k 
S^ Tue^ty nigM n^ Ow 
gN^ lield M nto^ly mee^ 
at tlw Fim ft^yieite Chu^ 

(Xher new ^ficers Inchide Mn. 
S. nto" S^^^ fii^ vtee pm^ 
dMl* Mrs. ^iert (^n^m, vm- 
n^ vioe pi^d^t; tts, A. L. 
Grimea ^., tftli<d vim '^aided; 
Mrs. R(rf)ert |.. Zoll, correqwM- 
Ing secrftaiy; lira. Vemon i^ 
eycutt jr., reoirdlng secretory; 




6uM WrHw 
I^^M Ara«M l^w^ 

Wtll! The JHHE Beacb 
to do tart that, 'llie 'Wl^ 








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n nAXTrrr W4IVT-T 4ijw 
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GAM2tT 
1701 • *w 




Qass»« Virgi' 



V. 



•r menibftrt ri^ hp % 
the itaff, Mrs Allan Whitn«| 
(Sv^^), Mn tJMil Bendltf 
(Saaft^h), and tbe a»w dynan^ 
Director, Mrs. A W. Arlmp <M^ 
pret). ar^'t already swinging 
into ^ria| plans and down to 
earth, dellnUe decisJons, I'll chew 
^ pancill 

AU te atetf msstia^ pmm 
the "tijwe tar of pe^wlity; 
reu^^, r^^wivei^ aiKl I 
refrMhiag an^wi^ to liv IdM^ 
Take a took ti ^ a^^ute m- 
irtr in (tta w^ ai^ Nar^ 
• to 1^. lit^ ( ao^^ froa 
the * V office « 30th ^wet. 

ThM coliwtt w^ pEvmurily 
touch 4» the cH^ieDees 1^ con- 
ventMti whMh wifl te taluag 
^a(% ict tlM Mff ftiture, Itey are 
imiw^ye, hetfsnii^ vtth t^ 
I»re«ft^ttua Con^iotto Confer- 
ence is 'B|ghft^#l m ftiday, 
afii^ 1^ ifm «fll te Rinded 
by «t iMJt ten Miei frwi tte 
Virginia Beach ftruKJI. 

prei>lunin| Qfietb^ m^ tan6t 
racing events vn goii^ <ni be- 
hind m xetm, m fperif; to 
n)t^ iMNiiibte hr di^^aes to 
ijUi^M. fie V-fwm, for ©ttrnpte, 
are mw telling attt^tiw dark 
blue ^Hi^ htter bap to- your 
car, <ff, lor ynur child'a ouivm- 
ience lAttp j^q^ ^ M ^ lM| 
belt or trouTirt Tter nedb) Hie*^ 
aeU lor <»ly ^ ^^ ^sd aft be pu^ 
chaaed ^ the "Y" of^ «r il: 
ran<te km «y Y-Teen— eft 
Hi^ UNMla te ^ area have 
Y-T^n 0:oui». "Oe hags are be- 
ing wM to C(nw ^ exp«»es for 
tiie ttvMgii^ ptog to theff^ 
Winter Y-Teea Conference which 
will he held «t tte Soslyn £g»co- 
l^kl O^fereim Center on Steer 
Road, it«bm(^, on March 13-15. 
The 4^0et ^ Awa Bamfortb* 
Vir^fe Bea(^ W^ School: Naih . 
cy Holtand. C« High m- 

tticto mm,wmm Hign. 

Itev^ ree^^ returned from 
a thr^*y Vii^nia Churchnieri't 
Senri^ m Mte govenunrnt, 
spora^ri t^ m Virgtnia Conn* 
dl of ChurclM m& held at jRo§- 
^ I Witt «^ MDwe giib^^ 
learn a tot tiu«^ f^n «n<l ^ 
lowibi^ in thi atbi^ve and weU- 
nih ^tir, f^m hiabosry it » 
fiadi^n|. <^ lAout it, Y> 
Teens, from Mr, Williams when 
you «nrtve and ^xt&y TJffi fOSr 
T^ATT in tuc^ Hall). They wifi 
en}<v Um unwttid hospitality, ex- 
oel^ neils iil <lie peace <A 
Qui ^nMM wooded area. 

T^ Confen^ thej^ is: "^ 
the ^ of iMever Ym Are," 
and t^ ^)^ve is to telp Y- 
Teens ^vekq^ tm lU^taAanding 
of timnselvfi 11^ to emtte m 
vmamus of ^ waa-U ^ wh^ 
they Uve in ordu' to ile^^ ti^r 
full i^tertlal m teaden «tf too»»- 
row. 

There wiS te^eveu ^^ntorf^ 
grcMp, 18 fc^ows: 

n, "M and £Me", Gl^ U "Ik 
and ^mily", Group IV "Me k 
Sti^Bt*', Grouy V "Me a Child 
of GM', Grou^^ "Me aY-Teen" 
TteiK topics are tok^ tNmi Vmi- 
Sppklet •'" • -ity and U^", W 
trion 





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Lt^e Crowds Expected At Food Stow 




Church Women To 
Gather Next Week 

BAYSIDE — TTw delegates to Ae United Church Women 
of Vtiflnla annual meetii^; March 10-1 1 at Newport News wiH be: 
Mrs. L. Dow LcdbctMr, fWtsMent; Mrs. William McClurg. vice 
presidart; and Mrs. ^ul Rustell. Secret^, alt of the Princess 
Anne Council erf Church Women. Other memNsri^ of the local 
Council expert to be in attemki^e and all members are eligible 
to attend. 

This will be the 19th Annual meeting and ^ssions will be 
heW at the Noland Memorial 



LOCAL WINNER 
IN LIONS EVENT 



Virginia U«M mN-NWm, Thursday, M«^ 5, tfM 

Page 3-A 



The Ttoird Anmial Culinary Am Sww for tf» southeastern Unfted Sta^, sponsored by fte 
Tidewater Food Service ExKUtivcs Association International, is expected to draw about 20»000 p»- 
som to the Alan B. Sh«»Md Civfc Caiter hci« M ardi 1 3- 1 5. If the turnout meets these eEpectatwof 
it wHl be Ae laiprt traS show ewr held at Ac ce ntcr. Making plans tot the big event, in which Ae 
public sdtools will parttei^e, are Winter Bisek, TFSEA's executive man^pr. Miss Ann Davis, 
art ceonttpator tor the cky schooh; Md TI^EA Presktent Md Toose. 



BAY HABOR aUB SCENE OE PAITY 



WOlfS^ARE — The Wolf- 
mare Ften^k>n (kiden Cbb will 
fffomat a cof^-^rd iMrty-hat 
■de tt tte Bay itolMr ChA on 
Latkitt Road WedneKtay at 
0:90 ajo. 



the hats ifdll be funuA^ by 
My Hat Shoppe of l^(ntan<wA. 

A^hnle^n will he $1. R^erva- 
tkms AmVt be ma<te by calling 



PATSY NAPIER K 
QDEEN CONTESTANT 



Ceramist Instructs Teachers Here 




VIRGINIA BEMX — The 
LmU(» Auxiliary to Ae Viipnk 
Beach V<AiiMer Flro Dgnit- 
neiM win qxHisor Misa Patsy 
N«|[ri«r as a omtestant for May 
C^i^ (rf d» Knotte Island May 
Fe^val. 

TTie Sun-News was previously 
infotmed that it v^as the Natzi 
Island May Festival. 

The festival wMI be heW 
May 2. 

Mm HnI iM Chv 

hchyHdnRasiil 

f omn HqiiM nr tOx^smkr-* dae^ 
%^t anUM^k, prMmtiy nUfna 

atubSors e^*Ml«iw*»»M 



MeAodist ChunA. Mrs. J. PmU 
Gruwr of I^^ton, VirglBla, piw- 
ident, will preside. About 110 
women, menAers of Proiteetairt 
and Orthodox ^ta»»nlmtiQns, will 
paiticipete in tin tetirions which 
be^at 8:30 a.m. ott Tuesday 
morning, March 10. 

Un. David D. Baker, of New 
Yor*. editor of "The Churdi 
Worran'* mapidne and associate 
general director of United Church 
Women, will spMk at the opening 
Msi<m. She will addfea a puUlc 
me^ng at p.m. on Mbirch 10 
on 'The Church Ecun»nlcal: Its 
Ministries." The Crusaders Cho^ 
us of Hami^on, direct by 
Charles H. Flax. wiU slag- 
Mrs. Baxter D. Mow, of Ro- 
anoke, former professor at B^- 
any TheologiraU Seminai7 in Chi- 
cago and m^Monary to India, 
will lead Ae Bibk study. 

A seminar on human relations 
win be conducted Tuesday after- 
noon, March 10 by Mi» iEUzab^ 
Lollar of AUanta, fieW reiaw- 
sentaUve tot women's work rtf 
tl» PreibyteriiMi ChuwA, UJ. 
Other kaden will inchide: lfi« 
Chariotte Crawley of HarriJOft- 
bull, Mra. iE. C. ErwA of Newiwrt 
News, Mrs. Ibxie lU^iiimon of 
Richmond, Ito. David Baker of 
New York and Mra. J. Paul Gni- 



ver of Dayton. 

'Xhighlight of Ae annual meet- 
ing will be the dedication on 
Wedn^^ morning, March 11, of 
Ae Harvester, a station wagon 
for use in the Ministry to Ae Mi- 
grains conducted by the Virginia 
Council of Churches and the 
United Church Women. Church 
women throughout Virginia saved 
trading stamps to buy Um station 
wagon. 

Dr. Luther IMbiuney of Roanoke, 
president of the Virginia Council 
of Churches, will install the new 
officers at Ae closing session. 



PERSONAL MENTION 

Mr. 9ioy Twiford, of feiylake 
Pines, is a patient in Norfolk 
General Hospital. 

Mt$. D. B. Smith, Sr. of Brom- 
field Avenue, Lake SmiA Ter- 
race, has retunwd to her home 
following suii^ry at Norfolk 
Genenl Hoqtttal. 

I, ■ ■ : ■■. —■ II I 'M I r M ii r iM fJ ■ 

Thto year, yew can receive tax 
refunds in U.S. Savinp Bonds. 
Bonds earn 8.75 per cent ir^ere^, 
compainded sani^anmiai^, when 
heki to maturify. 





^ "We'll Oecoiate Your Idea'' > UniMiil 



Mrs. Moore's Bakery 

'^ 'NEXT TO BE-LO SUPER MAfWCET 
SOTH ST. / « * Vt^NlA »EACH OA 



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MARY KEYS fEREBEE 
VIRGB^IA BEAOfs — Miss 
Mary Keys Ferebee has been se- 
lected winner of th^ local James 
Bland Bferaori«l ^twtest conduct- 
ed by Ae (Virginia Beach lions 
aub. \ 

Miss Fteiebee is a piano student 
of Brirtow Hardin and attends 
Country Day School for Girls. 
She is the daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. 0. B. Ferebee Jr. of Virginia 
Beach. 

As kx«l winner, Miss Fei^>ee 
will represent tl» Virginia Beach 
Lions Club in Ae tone elimination 
of tlw Bland competition to be 
held March 20. 



vmON^BEACW 

LET'S AW» A NEW GLOW 

Tliwikii to beiwrfy science— you can «ni that "moused' feeNng to 
mimjtes now. We'll rinse ridh bhown. shimmerii^ reUs, gleaiWi trf 
bSonde into yoiif hair. Or *«'M tone «wwy <he br»«y'kHA d a harm 
color experimortt. Today, wc can create ia»y «*r— or any sriitie tope 
of Chat coJor ymj wh*\ — for your treses. ^ , tsM. s^ 

The moment we lighten your hair, you n Mart fo f^ * ** * 
your h«rt. Maybe you'd like us to t^ your hair with httje ^iapa^ 
of sunrfijne. Jhat'x the fahuloos lift wc oH "fiwtfnf" As we i ^kte 
sunshine tfcroufh your hair, your »kin takes on a pearty yffwmee, 

STYLISTS 
MRS TERRY MRS. LILI IAN WHITE IV^. RETO 
MRS. BROIfVDER HOL VINCWT 

We are fwoud to anmwnce that Mrs. White h^ recently 
joined our staff <rf experts. 

ZJa^Cor i^urfsss ^Maint^linf 

LASKIN ROAD, VIRGINIA BEACH fhmt GA Ml« 

OUR NMIFOLK LOCATION 

IM LooWaM Dr., Wtnb Com« — tk. St3.1tl9 



tor IpurftM Mairiiflinf ^JktlenA 




MBUMfS 

Mart M* it^llactiv* nd 
fern <— MH) rtlwi ti a cat . 
MMMT. SpkW aHe^m to Serv* 
lee PwwmmI. ViUm, D*aMa| 
ud Funyriitaf IN mflm (1 m 

NATIONWIDE RBSUMES 

21S FlaHnw BUg. NmI^ Ya. 

Dial 422-1971 



SHOPS FOR THE LADiES AND THEJR DAUGHTERS 

The nm<esi from ahrmd 

synthetic knits, Kghtmight 

for Easter wearing thru summer 

OPEN MONDAY AND WDAY EVENINGS TIL 9 P.M. 



A clay iKWtahop to Virmnto Beach public sdiool ^oheta 
was b^ M^day at ReBam H|^ un<kr the spomcwshtp ci the 
Amerfcan CSay Ox^mf of Iwtanapdis. The workshop, con- 
ducted by J^ ftwty (above) wiH aM teachers in intiwtokm 
clay WOTk at any a^ md. TesK^rs ^M partic^ in Umamg 
smd deausth^ clay Aapes f oltowing a (temonstratkm of w!k91 
throwiM, harf«etho<fa. gla?i^ decoratun^ and other c«Bmic 
techoiqttes. Brady ho^ a W*dor of Science ctegree from 
IndttM Univei^fcy and a Mast^ <rf Fine Arts fr<mi Alfred Um- 
versity. He al» studied at Jidica Aa^wie, PW»"F"5^^^ 
hM te^t cemmics at Indiana Univer^ and New York ^m 
CoJ^ of CsamKS. Arrangcraent« for ^workshop were m^c 
by M«. Ann mvis, audio visml aad art director lor ti« local 
schools. (Bal^in photo) 






ASK YCX« EYE PHYSIOAN ABOUT 

TRAYLOR OPTICAL CO. 

VIRGINIA BEACH'S ONIY GUILD OPTICIAN 
(Near LInkhorn Park Sdiool) 

1M9 iAWlN ^AD -- MKMSSIONAi BLD6. 

V^NIA IW^CH, VA. 

42»4M0 

FOR YCXIR ^WNW^mkCt 

YOU WAY LEAVE YCHJR 

PRESCRIPTION AT ANY OF 

OUR WVI LiXATIONS FOR 

DELIVERY AT ANY OF OUR 

LOCATIONS 

CONTACT IBIS SBtVKE AlO 

H&MNG A» senmi 

AVAILAM.E At VW51NIA BEACH ^^....^ 



FAST LOAN 
SERVICE 

X«^«e Lofli «]^lieatimM 
ap^^ed ptMqpdjr Hmre. 
C«n« ia iriMi y« are 



VIRGINiA BEACH FEDERAL 

SliTiiigA aad Loaa Asaociation 

310 - 25lh Sliwt Vbginit BMch, Vbgliita 

PheiM 6A »9M1 



I VIRGINIA BEACH STORE ONLY! 
1908 ATLANTIC AVENUE 

OUR SPECIAL STORE ALTERATION 

SHOE SALE! 

HERrS A SEUECTION OF SHCflS IN PRACTICALLY EVERY SJZE, STYLE AND f»pCE 

RANGE PO#THE WHOLE FAMILY AT Ol^^EAWAY PfMCES. EVRfTWlW mm 

GO TO MAKE ROOM FOR STORE ALTERATIONS AND NEW STOCK ARRIVING 

DAILY. SALE STARTS THURSDAY 9HX) A.M. SHMIPI 



FffiST COME, FIRST SAVE SPEQ AL 

LimltMl Qyantityl Women's Shoet and Handbags Sale 
224 PAIRS OP WOMEN'S DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES- 
VALUES TO 8.95 . . . AND 84 FASHI0N-RK5! 'T HANDBAGS, * 
VALUES TO 6.95 (plus fax). BUT HURRY, THESE CAN'T LAST AT 
SOCH A LOW, LOW PRICE. 



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LADIES' SHOES 

GOOD CHOICE OF DRESS 
AND CASUAL SHOES NOW 
REDUCED TO SEASON'S 
LOW. DONT MISS IT. 

VALUES TO 6.95 



$ 



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BIG NAM SHOES 

FAMOUS BRAND DRI^ 
SHOES FOR WOMIN 
GROUPED HKE FOR 
UNUSUAL VALUE. 
BE SUI^ TO SEE . . . 
AND SAVE. 

VALUES TO 10.99 



$ 



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WOMEN'S DRESS 
& CASUALS 



CHILDREN'S SHOE 
VALUES 



NATIONALLY ADVERTISEDI 
NATURALIZERS, VITALITY, 
FIANCEE AND OTHERS YOU 
KNOW AND LOVE TO $ 

WEAR. 

VALUES TO 14.99 

MEN'S, BOYS' 
SHOE SAVINGS 

WINTHROPS, RAND AND 
RANDCRAFT BRANDS IN 
THIS VALUE-PRICED GROUP 
JOR MEN, BOYS. to 

VALUES TO 16.99 



6 



BIG CHOICE, INCLUDING 
POLL-PARROTS AND 
OTHER WELL KNOWN 
BRANDS FOR BOYS, GIRLS. 
VALUES TO 7.99 



$ 



3 



BEGINS THURSDAY AT 9 SWLRP 

Many Othar Unadvert^sed Valuoa 

(^ Sab Tool 



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0pm FrUay NigM lit 9 pan. 



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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 



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iMIMMUt SNAUM 






The City of Virginia Beach school 
ty i Win o pf if > lenw 1 63 ^ioot busm and 
i^n^K>m upwmk of 25,(W) of our chil- 
^en to and fronn scJwol ea*^ weekday. 
This fc a big busing owr^em with Its own 
un^ye problems^, wne (^ which are 
thought on by the ^Wlc, 

At oo« $dwel ^^lal put It-. "V\^e are 
dealing wMh tl^ cwiwwnlty's nrjost 
pr^dous comnfKi^fy-^Uf #»ll^en." But, 
m^y citixeniii^ptrwtly ^ rwt #»ink along 
f(^ linM or ^ ^c m tAiaitten of 
#ie proper rifitil hr idwdl fransporta- 
:m «nd fhe cli^iM^^Nwi «^ ichool 

hHire are soHne- of the prajlwnt con- 

f^Mig fhoie Um^hmd In ^ ffanspor- 

rtoi of tt^l» d^i ^w^ ^f^«ti. Pirtt 

aft, many fm^orWt rtmpletely Ignore 

#»« flashing red light when a sdiool bus 

it s^^pid to jiMdci^ or di^wrge j^ildren. 

^ Is a basic sta^ law that moving ve- 

^ comt m a ««ip*«^ tt^ wfwnever 

^lool but to t«^^ ar^ Ifc red tight 

a#ilT^. To de^^WW«» It » ft* a heavy 

rtt but worst M li tt m^ »ww tf^ Injury 

(jeeth of «n innwwit dilld. The school 



bus» are brightly coloredf iwrf MsHy 
recognl^ so this Is no excuM fw rtot 
obeying the law. 

Vandalism Is another major problem 
of the school bus systenr^. Not only are the 
buses physically abused by apparently 
tetnage anfia, but the whole fleet of 
school buses hive had an abnormal share 
of gasoline belr^ stolen from the vehicles. 
And, there J»ve been numerous cases of 
parents and others b^r»g discourteoqs to 
the sd^ool bus drivers. By and large 
the sc^wd Iws drivers in Virginia Beech 
are housewives, who are performing a pub- 
lic sarvlw to the community. True, they 
recdve smail comjwisarton for their work 
but primarily they are irfterested In their 
community and the children of ^at 
amimunlty. ^ 

The p^Hc Khool bus system strfvw 
for wfety flrst and economy second. Both 
of these l*aJs can b^ achieved with the 
full co^^mion of the public and a better 
understand*^ by the public of the gigantic 
job belf^ #w^wmed through the public 
transportotion of the school children of 
this city. 



Nmriiern, 44, wila of Mm» t. 
N«rt)eni *wJ <lKlghl»' «LO»e ^ 
Himton C. W. «nd Mrl. IbUW O. 
Bftttin, Ae4 Moniay ia her faont 
M mH Devonshire Boid. 

ifri. Hentem, « nattvf rf 

iPrinee« ^m County, Uve4 ia 

I MyfoHi most of her life. ^» imh 

t tM^^ of l^ortsmouth OuM- 

Un Clwrch. 

BHiiIti fier Huahtad, Ae is 
tm^mA lay t •««, Mrs. RuiV 
B. V<rtivi of Virginia Beedi, wd 
t tewfter, W»n L. Batten <rf ftor- 

lolk. 

A funenl service wiU be cm- 
^^«1 in Hollomon-Brown Fu- 
wkA Home Thursday at 11 tm. 
by tee Rev. J. Stuart WOe ^ 
the W* Christian Churdi 1^ 
ciples, Burid will be in rorw* 
Lawn Cemetery. 




ti Chtlfit§ 
__ ^ sdau8bter# 

tad'tttt. Man ^nnlfer IM 
m liwd at m beach 30 y&M. 

mnwm u a nepftew, Iftn^ 
^^iR of U Pktt, Md. 

%t u^y iwtf sent from Itoes- 
tea Waenl Home to ttuntt Fu- 
aepil Home in 'WaMorf, Md. A 
tw^ fcnrtce iwn conducted 
Muidiv «t 10 ajn. at MounA 
M (Mwtery in La PMa. 




NEWS REPOR' 

FROM THE 

IMIVERSnY 



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He fact th rt produce new i^^leto 

m albiao com way oiiiv a. a gggga to yna pc^ . 
II isn't to rete?"^* - •miats. nteMwned ♦^nwiwr ^^mmm 
< ^atVenity 0* s Blandy Experimental Fanii, • IW' 

I halfway bw^^tvii Winchester aad the Blue tMm *w««- 
'"•ie coun*' -^'^earch in genetics is ffxt^ #. 

laiuHKh irradib....t • ' *'»* cobaJt-60 in a *rf^W ^- 

'W #t. wey have proAiced such unusual yarieties ai a own 

^s in its tasles, albino com. a taller boxwood hm, and 
—a jto^rytlia plant from a dwarf one, U> fneatkm m ftw. 

m. W. Ralph Singteton, director of the farm and MlUw 

•fesior <4 Biotogy at the University, savs radMkn exp^M^ 

someday produce such practical off-stwWs aa a mxm ^^^ 

o^^t^ axn. and a chestnut tree re»»uuu to the once ^^MiaMe 

i^SSft A Btaady doctonU iMiMlt. Dr. >i^to Of^ 

las already developed a new dinease-ien^Mt pmrnA 

0i jrradiallm. 

Ml^eipe^^ ai ik teim, vxm peiferraed by U#v^l^ 

.. Jm itodeats w^ ^fa ttwe ta ^ lununer, Ni\m ttu^ 

«y ton" i*Wi «ai^t^ «6 pwind like a rcpWe, a Am 

m better for i^y ^^M» m^Imm blooming in Nm'ember, 

*^"d oakt tfutt tt€ ««p^, Mid a ktte^rfoomit^ s«wt ^m 

^legaideas. The ^»Ma wUtol to die Univer^y t^ Cnham 

Beaidea tte curiosity or c<Mnniercial value of mw br^d^ 

... Jiy aeieetiBb «ie interested iA What causes the new vara^ 

■ appear They want to train students to ask such que^taii, for 

iTb^ *^»<'*'^^4LI?*^ ^^ instance, give the worM a tocri 

-tMhioe new ornM^ f<*ds. 

-ifdien at Blandy have found t£i«y can speed u^ Oe proceM 
km, which producer a new breed permanentw^Aw^ in 
y characterWs; by irradiitSAg dke plants wOb hqps bom 

tiMsy waitt to jBKNr «|^ Ni^m in a chromosome, the mfero- 

i^M. Mdcage «^3 iAi^ ^^mtay characteristics to chanp H. 

/ Meve the n^^M^M te chromoimne's domuuiM ^Ms, 

-=— -cw varM^. Htaw ttw ^a^es occur b not yrt ^m- 

rslotrf. 1i^ iwtttoM^ how much radiatton it tidtet 

miAstWB 4^ «^n M jritoM is ripest for mutattm. 

~ aanms, ttx^ tMnttoa may yield one way to 

tym c«A Ml to t^ocbube sew plants when he wtttt 

. Sciealisu M Btaa# ha^ ilttte (kwU that In a growii^ anl 

lu ^y woild, he ^ wam^a. _ 

or QITEREST TO VETERANS 



UNION KEMPS VUXE 
HIGH SCHOOL 



hemaa A. Moore, Area 

OiviaoH ^ War Vet 

_„ claims, Csfflunonwealth of 

vg^a, Suile. 218, Praftea&Miil 

leading. Nwioik, Virginia. 

41 ITest York Street.) 

^it 1550 Virginia veterans 

irigaws aod chiUren of voi- 

••tve hid their Veterans 

mtion checks suspended 

^m they failed to reftra 

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sttB aiaoi^ JWMJ^ ^ 



ing 1963. A hw pf«*^s that 
vim a pehiloaer ralMM to re- 
turn hi3 questionnahl^ the VA 
will dedare an overpayment for 
the ^oeding jwc and wiH in- 
sUUitfi acUon to ree#w tWl ^ 
tire ^yr't pewnon. 

9taE^ action by ihoK wto 

have mrt returned their incflow 

rards is required if ti» penaioMr 

xpects to avoid paying lack all 

r hKA year's penman, wd if rtiU 

i«%le. tl get back on the pen- 

Although the JtofcdUne 

Jiauary 31. 1964. the VA wUl 

WBB^ late qt^t^BUMl 

f^teue ifae peni^on or note 

^» madmmL Tta VA 

,j|g In h^lA Ael^w^ 

<n HWIi 13 by sending «A a 

^^^ aie«BM «ard. 



First Semester 
Honor Rol 

La Verte Bazcmore 
Brenda Ca.«ion 
Bvpne Foreman 
^alyn Freeman 
Mxxvh Peebles 
I* Vera© Peebles 
J^Mtti Hobeitson 
mborah Walker 
ftitfM Whhehunt 
CAiMine Williams 
Urry ^xms 
AmJria Bridges 
$yfvk Brown 
Ai^il^ Capps 
Sylvia F«eman 

Earl &rtth 
Jess* E. Woodhouse 
IUmM Cooper 
Oarto Etheridga 
CUfton Foreman 
WtttrtteOarrett 
Kenneth Oilbect 
Littwood Orimstead 
An^ Hteyaes 
Bem^ Jordan 

RM%nr McC% 
^»ald Petty 
Blinbeth Uzzle 
J^Ml^^^te 
j«ry L. Walker 
ThooMMie Whitehurst 
^^ e. wniktms 
Oten Wilson 

E. Boone 
L. Casbo 
Sm^» Oorakk 
j^Mi B^nicc Comick 
IK)^^ Cfitiiible 
J<4inny Evans 
Ly^Odin|Bn 
M^^erto L. Harper 
rt^«flH4rvey 
Aeverty Ann Newsome 
Jacqueline S. Reid 
Hwk Ridley 
AwHt Ue Wiggins 

Sum %y^ 
Oarew* Nelson, Jr. 
John Askew 
t^anws Baile y 
|o«^»>ykia 
Ro^lla iPreeman 
n^ Cillchrist 
Gloria Hate 
Mscrlla Harrh 
WiUtam Hawkins 
Rttfus Knight 
qm'm Mwerence 
^^Il8 Mclvin 
tt^BAMuoden 
Ruth McPhcrson 
R«i^ Saumlers 
Kvken ^UTow 
n^Ml Tiiompkifts 
Mane Uwle 
Gten^ Wftton 



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MRS. MABIL I. SCOTT 
vmGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Mabel Iwne -Scott, «9, of 118 An- 
ttony Road, widew of Mlchid J. 
S^M ttd dMii^r of <^c^ga 
«nd Mrs. Xftharine Kane Ftoqr. 
<Um1 Monday at 2 am. in a b<»- 

pM. . 

Mn. Sestt WW • mUm of 

Biix*^, and Uved in «• area 
10 ^irs. She was a menAer of 
». C^goiy the Great CHWie 
CSwrrii. 

Survivii^ are a daughter, Mrs. 
HM^ot W. Heiser of Vir^nJte 
l^mAi a attter, Mrs. imam 
Svam of liong Island, N.Y.T ttd 
im^ #»n&hildren. 

A requiem maas was rma m 
S. Giii>ry the Great Oittolte 
Church Wednesday at 10 am, 
tUrtri tras to Rosewood Men*rial 
ftuft. _^______ 

WfUfAM R. ItAWW^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH — WBit« 
Robert Wtmm, 8, aen of Wavy IA 
(^<fr. William K. G. and ^s. 
maOk E. Hundley BiWIn of 1310 
Me«dith ^mA, died hi a rmrta- 
mouth hoipiUl TUeiday after a 
long illn^. 

Beai^ Wi pawnls. he Is sui^ 
vlwd toy titfee bro^n, .Steven 
f^tl Braun, itobert Bamett Bnun 
•nd David Wade Braun, and a 
d^r, Ml» Janet lEw Rrptin, aU 
of Virginia Beach: ^fefiii fttd- 
fttoer, WUHira Bnun, and ma- 
(H«A 9«idparenta, Mr. and Mrs. 
B W.»Bpli«r, all of St liMils. 

We Mflm •«* ^*» «^ 
hioifflwtm funenrt to Drehmam*' 
mmA ranaral Hento, SL Umjs, 
to- a ftmeral service mday at 
2 pjn. »i^ wiU be in Mt. L^* 
tm Cfm^m> St. Ann, Mo. 

J. J. lOLLISNItt Jr. 

vmimA BEACH — John Jo- 
9^ SiAMMtt Jr^infant sm of 
^ I. md Mrf. Cllicibeth Inxto 
$^$mm of 711 Mayfioww 
A^UEtaM^ died in a hai^W 
m^^m, i%b. flS, it t PA 

g^^s his parents, surviv^ 
«e a #iter, Maryanne E. Ss^ 
nm ol Viiiginia Beach; pirtwMl 
pudm^^, Mrs. Marjt^e M- 
liSiNa of Smomt, N.Y.; «»1 flMf 
Mwd pittdparents, Mr. and Mn. 
^A^ hn^ of Gtaagow, Scot- 
hud. 

t%e body was taken to IAi^» 
Funeral M^. 

A hiMral aervifie was conduct- 
ed fWdiy at 11:80 ajn. in ^^ 
eeas Anne Memorial iPark by ^ 
Rev. Francis V. Bambrick of Mtr 
of ^ Sea Catholic Church. 

MISS MARY MIKHELI. 

YWmtnA BEACH — Mi» 

muy m.dma, as. of 10s Cav^ler 

mw S»A in a hospital WednM- 

day at ^:1D p.m. after a Img p- 



NEALTH TIPS 

mm tmA are your eyei? 
If ^o're a fsablar, yon wnrid 

«y IM defaMva vUion. Os tte 
1^ M sMiHei^ the chaneaa «e 
^1^ BHn than one in two ttet 
Hfmtthing to wra^ with ^or 



CtaM to 80 nrillian Ameri(»M 
WMT flisirt There are at hu^ 
^m ^^m who have inedequite 
^to mm with glaasei. aad 
g^t ^ miUim are blind. Every 
yMraiiMhn- 30,000 Ame^cans 
beoMiai^nd. 

Tb yrint 19 the problem of pro- 
teci^ tile nation's vl^oil. C<mi- 
mm luM proclaimed the flrst 
mA <rf Ifani 1964. "Save Your 

TO«» are many popular mla- 
coi^ptt<»ai and myths abort 
^^n. $mm of them are dis- 
Wmm Today's Health. ^ 
iM^ptfan of the American MI»Si^ 
cal AModatMi. 

Oph^flittrfdgisti <pfty«icto« 
irt» flattie in eye oare) oSwHy 
ttpte that '^av Is no sodi dtfng 
ai eye rtraln. Those pains and ^- 
coam^ ttirt soniethnes toWm 
^ng hwirt ^ watching a junqjy 
Mivtt^ mem ACtoafly are #» 
tv m *4Ette. Yoiff eyea med 
to rot, too. 

Children do not outgrd^r 
ooised eyes, and this conditio 
AMM foe treated as early as poi- 
^k, Othwise some loss of 
id^f eouM tmoR. 

Good viaiOT is importairt to 
safe driving of an auto, but p^- 
feet vision to by no means re- 
fulred. The Ariver who taa a 
few drtnfcs unAir his beU is much 
more dangerous than the neir* 
sighted driver whose defed^ 
msonably weU corrected w^ 
^•sea. 

Carrots do not !fhi»ove the 
lion. Canroli euitain vitamin A, 
but only a voy small amoui^ of 
ft u n^<tod and it is found hi 
^«»ilbdsweeat,aswen 
aseitfnte, 

Tfce m»^ wnunon of the seri- 
ous ^e d^Mias, glaucoma, catt' 
wA be ^led, but it usually am 
be wrreiied by treatment, «Ai 
lifter k^ <rf vision can be pit- 
vn^. Begular checkups ^ 
I^^MMi iM moat hnportant, 
pUl^^j to those past 40. 

QteTM^ a kns disorder oe- 
currmf nK»A <^n in okler peo- 
^ ^ ttnally be corrected by 
iBig^ ttvatmenU Loss of vision 
ftmft a fomU^ cataract can be 
slow and aonkfrtimes isnt noticed 
i^ ttw ^tient at first. 

Children should have their fir^ 

flMdicid ^yt ej^mination at the 

ap ^ tt^te or four, and should 

be t0«t^Md each year. The 

«ritil ^Id m^ have ffrassly de- 

im ^i3u and not know it. 

mm$L faav«c with hte 

m mmM atay nbt be 

_- „ ,Mmmiai^ or to 

see the b^fioMfd. Vim a bhiM 

m^ Md f§f Mi^dmt iAd 

ptt^WMsr iMtBd toM 

^a^^H. 



Business 
mild II 'M 



vvnf ?^MSBlJtO — Busi- 
ontwMC activity oon- 1 
unuca en a hM f^tt^u dtfhM 
liie finrf iviorl oC 1964 wlm 
ao J pattMns deveh^ita^ 

as hix oiJL i>f tto ^ne ii^hinlMi 
in the index ported yoar4D-5Wtf 
gains this is f^orted in Ito 
Virginia Businew Index RepWt, 
puWished by WMltom and Mkfs 
Bitfeau of Bitsin^M ReseftrA, *• 
rected by Max B. Jones. 

^mM mm ccMthnlBd ^ 
li^% pw «t te r^scemt^^r a^ 
rt^M a 3.S i^awrtt yeir-tojwB 
Sjrriirr finnnr of 1963. m^ 

tM ato nttintaui«d the active 
mm M httt ^u>, up 12.2 attl 
Ji flwwrt re^wotivcly. By co«- 
AM, mw car refistratkirts ma 
mt^^ ^rmitt failed to match 
^m f JOwllCTt December showing 
mtA pcwted moderate declines 
^ tast January of 0.7 and 2.0 
^muA respectively. 

JMuary postal receipts cotHhi- 
mA to diow »tti»tantfad year-to- 
^r pins with a 23.6 percent 
^L This reltects increased vol- 
ume to a fteatcr extent than m 
pirevious moii'Jta. 

Pmu of the nine indicatwi — 
bank itebiu, electricity coosumw^ 
new car r^istratiww. and posttl 
pwwi^i — posted gains of mow 
than 50 percent over the seven 
year pwiod shioe the tAse Jfeaf 
(195^1958). 



feASION, IN iHE SUN 



n^mmmwmm 



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shows - 
n ner* 

)^ .1 vui t cuuin! 



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not be with ns ^ 

t, as tte shiwvs diat n ^re P««y »-- - 

axed Hst. As Jimmy Durante onea said, *•«'»«» 

Of'ccitf^! the shows flat were dooroed were not ^0^!^ 
the number of vtowgOj liHL JSK3 
rt di| viewers. Mr, Wmm, ^^^» JmjJS 

MiitiM «! teih «!• Ad <(»*■»* wL ^^ ^ 
m^ Ai iiV« *<ii<fci>ce. This y»dyt^ jg«i; 

E dt 1^^ TWi mewa All Hf die set 
Md ii A bahy-sitter, M W -.3-^ 




Your Socicd 



ibc«yri 



Congf^ss iaVesdfBted thte rai: 
n,onths ago and had some femh Map » "if «*>«« bk hi^ipturf 

it gives. *, k^ * 

Mr, Garry Moore was dumped, mA I ^J^to^tt Wj JMJ 
dumped by a gadfet (tet dntt't A^-^«<^3» ••%»«• 
on a basis that Ts sttspect fat die bc^Miteg. ^^M^^TjtrS^' 
rtmm a» o^r riioas ehopped whk* I lAuii|P ^f^ biM«t »»« 
^ W Al^ww with "good rBtf•pi^ . , ^__,. .^ . 

f ^ilD lAoiit Mr. Moore aW ioM» << hk •"^JMjF'S 

m g ^m ftMtfitt d» «oilRd ^ M*ta ka M •» liliuo^ 

AveflW my*. ^ _! 

Before ^ st^ however, I have a y^^^wi f<* awn- Ihf 
anKJuo^ riww wliea diat ro^ mM^d ^MP**55 
ca»e off. !!» Ooveiilttttit said M fw flMMM a^d. H I WW9 
gc^ to fi^t Mr. Nielsen, I'd first fl^ ojI tf Oosc moon plctti 

^n^be^wedieNialscBRattmwasl^MW^c ' 

Uie nwc^ ih<w, ttiea I doh't thfatk Ae Mn Iwi Wir w^Mto. ^ 

SURPLUS EQWMEirr 
GOING OH SALI 




U ym m^ di|pl)le to receive 
^id Security benefits and you 
mm more than $1200 in a year, 
ym, can't g^ any payments, 
rti^? fte, wrong, stated Harvey 
J. ft^nger, Sodal Security Field 
^prmu^^tm for the Vir^nia 
l^;h Ai^. Iliere is a great deal 
of minmdeiatanding concerning 
this r^iirnnent test as we call it. 
)» ms6tia»d. 1^ is partly due 
to tta chants in the retirement 
to^ in tte IM^ few years and to 
tte A^ that ft te somewhat com- 
pltaitod to ^»e not familiar with 
it. iA undemanding of the Social 
3«w% r^i«^ai test is of im- 
P«tanc» ^ <«^ for those cu^ 
^1^^ mmfFU receive pay- 
imnts tot also to Anyone who is 
planning ioymA the day he will 
T^iie or is planning an estate to 
jH^vkte )us aurvi^ira in the event 
of Us d^tii. 

^ fii^ poiM to keep in mind 
te ^ maaraed hiecHne has no 
Mm m m$ fkymm of Soeiil 
Swnirity toeneffts. Unearned in- 
&HQe » 1^ toeoBle other ihasa 
tJMt iHl¥M from amptoyiient or 
self-empl<^iiRnt. Ibcamples of ua- 
wm^ tocorae »re interest pay- 
BMflAs, dividends, insurance an- 
nulttes awl rentid income. Sec- 
ondfy, moe a person reaches age 
7% no luiMer Iww much he aotu- 
idl^ ^tm, h6 ean receive Socal 
S^urify- fe^innii^ with the 
ma^ he fe«hes age 72 and coa* 
timiutg im for the pest of h^ life. 

Wist^, Harvey. Ridinger c<»- 
duded, a person can earn more 
tium $1^0 in a year and atill re- 
o^vs §m0 Social S§purity pay- 
ments. ^Iie .rule goes like this: 
F<ur evn^ tvro dollars earned, 
mm $1X0 a ^ar, one doUtf .hi 
bo^te te wttfeAeld. 
He couM AtU continue to iMtlt 
and ^ra SSHOO yearly and would 
1^ t» caOted to receive |3fiO in 
bemfit lay^mts f^ff thi year. 




NORF<M.K— The local Defense Suri^us Sal^ OtBct 
have affl^ft«d sales at which Dc^rtacnt of Defense surplus 
equipmcm, teatod in Virginia and Hoi« C^^», wm be offejed 
to the public Arough sealed or spo t bkto during the morth of Marea. 

The sales schedute toaa 'oBgwy ~ — ' ~~ 

MiiYfi M^ajiHiHiMMkfiNAiL 

ttmen, tractort. «»|yg MM», m 

liH ttWiS, Mii INHlti IVid Mp 

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l^^^k ta Hiia AMi dbiil 

tu^^ fflS^Mn^ eHR uVQ, ■■P' 

<»l]uyoiu metali, stainless steel, 
MdL M^. nytott, cdtton, riibber. 





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partm«flt If., Ni^^A, Vk.,W»l. 



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March OfDim^ V^mteintb^ml Coal 



tMm «nceris a teatfng c 
of dM^ from cancer. Stwttes oy 
m Amerion Cincer Society and 
m^^Km ihown ttet e^retto 
M^i^ tea major CMtte ^ bog 

^m (»u»# and help ^ to 

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Th» laottp of Uuch of Dimes wocfcers had a goal of SUOW b* w^^ reports were m 
Ae»i^ tto wSi $1.068.7 1. SchooLs participating were Union Kem^vBto, ^^, B. R WilliMis 
^Mm^ PiGtuied are (seated, left to r^t) Mrs. H. Grtoo, Mm R. M. l^Ksomc. Miis 
a F^^^ iS«!r. M. PhiUipi and A Sftaife; back low. Mm M. ^w. W. H^^, co-chw- 
m«B.' pi^lkws Mw. H. O. Oweni. General Cha»man Mfckey WiUwm, Mta B. Hiofsr, H. 
<^^ and Mrs. L Royal. There *ere 19 otha chaamen not p^mi. 



Oi^^oake Be«ch 



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IM^ Doris Pwjridc 341-1978 Wr^'a Grant 

^^^od Gardani 
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S«y, jb|<Mhw-^i^ l^ach that "Artn^uf of ^hw Into the practice of ttrift. Bn^mrige 
hioi to Imy Uoited Stotes Savi^ Stampi eadi ^nck — it te pcHit vUm, « oa Stanp Itey at 
Sctool. f/m tbe flirt stamp pur^ated, WVL iweive a o^^em s|pe# by ttie ^^m Mercury 
AMonaHts, nak^ mx a Jivw>r Astnwaul. So lemfaid ^ to ^ $m fint Sa^^s gtaop thk 
week, aod k^gp cmi femyiog them r^iila^ (wt of lUi 




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ALL CARS HAVE HEATER &,DEFROSTW, 

SEATBELTS. UNDERCOATjNG and 

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Th<MDU|Agpo4 >h>. 2 S 
Thoroudigpod Nft 1 4 
Thalia Hawks * i 

Plaa No. 2 % 

Kem^ville Mif^ 
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Rurifans 8 

Colta % 

Wildcats % 

Astronauts 2 

UnU>uchabi^ ^ 2. 

Blue Devils I 

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Woodstock T 

Thalia Hawki .. , 6 
Kempsvyie '= \ "\ ~ 

Oief^k^ 2 

Ara|ona C(Mnets 1 

latemiediirte "B" DivisloB 
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Ara^na ^doting Sttirs 6 
ThMoughgood 5 

Diamond Spring % 

Thalia Eagles 2 

Plaza 6 

IntermcdM^ «C" Di^^ 

Kings Grant 6 

Ocean Park 5 

Alanton 5 

Cooke 2 

Asbury Church 

Imiiof **A7' DMskm 
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DiamcMid Swings 3 

Chesapeake Beach 3 

CourtncHise 

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if tek Wait 

RCTMWND— Virginia Am*- 
^r Sc^)a8 Associatkw ornnpe* 
titkm tp 1963. will experk^if 
this yeai; wift another type of 
Softball, h^ Klopted a VASA 
{^p^l a( Hs 1964 n^tii^ rt 
Cba^ and opened the gat^ to 
oomi^itiop HI whici) any size 
iOR^li is oirMwL 

The fir#t lO-Inch Flatseam 

in Slow Piteh Tournament in 
A's hisM>ty will be held Iq 
Richmond oil Saturday, Sept 11 
The lO-ip^ hall is atxntt three- 
fourths ofMi ^ larger tfaan the 
regulatw* i|#alL 

L«Q l^^r, sports editor of 
C9iici|^S American and co- 
foiuM% (4 ASA, disclosed that 
the %wi ci softballs used in the 
first ante ASA World Tourna- 
ments at Chicago in 1933 were: 
12-inch, men's fast pitch; 14- 
ii»;h, women's fast pitch, and 16- 
'ms:h, men's slow pitch. 

Virginia took a 'flyer" until 
ttie 14 ai^ t6-^|di balls l»t year. 
There we« K teams in each 
event Kelt's Jet Hamburger 
Systam <^ pf^^mnd wmi the 14- 
inch ouiseaa ^^ble ball) diam- 
pionship and Sav^ Dn^ ^ore 
q| Rranoke Rands, N. C, paced 
Ae 16-inch field. 

Batters, v^K) like taM a bail 
a "couoiry mila," werl Vi(iMe4 
^ the little yardage they gaine(^ 
m tte big bail tournaments. The 
oi^Qi:^, tew^r. is that they'll 
te e^0^a^ mn^ ^hen ti^ 10> 
ii^m p ilipi- Outfielders witt 
have &} {w^ d9pf in cnrder to 
MS drives. 

die "pea- 
ASA's cver- 



haui in the lo^ 

Wittl^iKlUipnof 
n^ III VW» AS 
pragnMwiUli 
W-4«lrt. Off* rivalry- 
that i^ o^r Aifilu 
am ipatch, but one 



growttg p»gn^ wiU list 10, 12, 

14 8134 IjMV^ Oh* rivahr^— a 

itp% that i^ o^r Affiliated 



Kempsville 
Thalia 

Diamond Swings 
Aragcnu 
Woodstock 

Teen Gills 



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it ah can set as tiieir goal 
Lew Gordon of Magnolia, 
CMiio, manage of St. Mary's 
Cajdl^ ditKh team of Morges, 
G^ t^ HWnarUy nsponslble 
for tl» riMttroduction of the 14- 
psj) "fumble ball" in Virginia, 
uiis outKam ball was used in- 
d«M| In tte Old Dominion in 
tM^lpb^s and faded from the 
sceiK when softball moved out- 




^1%» Rkhp^ Oilts,^ a. group 
ran^^ in af^ fratn 13 to 16, 
com|K!ted ia Ibp "limbic ball" 
tourdamfflt under tfie supervision 
of t/ks. vparrtQ (iM>er) Proffitt 
It was the first mM team in Vir- 
ginm A&A's hii^f:^ to be man- 
aged by a womanL 

INr^c^nf out Is another dir 
rection, Virginia AS^ 1»s spotted 
Diaffut faivitatioiMl 14 > Im^ 
Flatseam Slow Pilch Touma- 
Ae||s at inon, Fi^eMlle, Newport 



Ami^ia ABg^ 9 

Kemmvjlb^ 7 

Vir|M%^ 4 

Thalia 4 



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Everything 

In fh« 

Plumbing, 

Heating, Air 

Conditionin|| 

and Ei«iAtic|( 

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Comply 

Stock 

of 

Buildir^ 
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SBB^fllM BUILDERS, CCmnAaORS 
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OPPOSITE Cnr HALL VIRQIili BEACH. VA. 



wad ip July. As ia 

fe^byJUMi 

o«taw w^umam in Mf 

fin^OQ «yi ^ aif^Biirt 

Ljiychbui^ i^M^n l^Mt- 
aieftt, ocHipaioraliiv 2M ^^ 
mm €mB^ AiMtt i^^Md 
Woneo's Fast Pi^ tmr^mm 
on July 31 - Am- 1-^ »io^ 
ail Mit (o n^ato tte e^il ain^r 
Mi^%ss. lOm l-tcwi tdmMb m 
been d^tttd nd HMiiM ia #^ 
caie to aU CrttnU A^atk €o^ 
PMsioaars. 

ItoadfiaMas fof ^MttMl to 

tlie PresidettW Motel, wl^^ ^ 
provide a tesptelity rooM to 
team c^kiate amd tf^ycn. 1%e 
ufflpices wil stay i^ iMiAiy 1^ 
(South). Trofrfii^ win be awi^ 
ed the outstanttm 
play^s by Lyn^bvrg 
Booliiv Co. Two l^Mid <^ 
momls will be itte4 wtth ami^ 
accfmunodatkns for 2,(100 Ua^ 

Viii^Mi to getting is **diKdB 
in a row" for the 131k ^m^ 
Cbl^e Fast Pitch ToitmaaeM la 
Riehinoad m May 2. 'B^tpsm- 
irmH ItefMure has b^i Uai^ 
to SO coUegM. Viipnia Po^K^ 
nic I|»tHute of lliduibML |i 
four-tm» wipiert wib d^em ^ 
cluunpbnship. 

Tbc ASA rute eoa^nm^ UN 
sav^tiKned tcMrsaaaai i^ tm 
M^rccid. Pi^rai iMi 
kiWMeeviMswtt 
dismalify ftemsetves inam Vif- 
gtai ilSA (smpetitioa. M iaM- 
amfott civilMta ientMifliml| to 
Vkginfa have b^ mmib^ iMrt- 
tatioaa to Ofttate mA ^^ 

f^Hir more IXstrkt C^mhiw- 
sioi^rs l^ve h&m ad^d. fe 
VASA*! st^. Itey afe 1^ 
l^rancfa of Vkgixua Bsidi, J^a 
S. Copland Jr. of N<«foft, Bam- 
ard A. (l^Kk) Hobeck Jr. ^ 
EiKNi and Jos^ Delbert Satttnr 
of Mathews. 

Hie first VASA uaj^r^ to m- 
new tiieir mmibeiM^ «^ 
Mugaiti E>ooley, Ri^ Y^ 
Herbert WiUiantt, Maty 9x>gim* 
Leonard Swieeer, John teUivnt, 
David Cin^ UuA^ Itei^p^ 
vsm, Howard DMudoq. WAif 
NICiiiw. J- SftManwn, F. FM- 
mm aa4 WiUiwa ItfoUena. 



Kettani Wgi 



f. B. J/Mm Hi^ &fti^ 
physical e^gatiai ^1 iM pm- 
s^a deroonstmttoo fit te wa- 
ter's ph^nioA fihwwfei fttipMI 
on Timidly v^i^mk IM 
at 7:3G p.iib 

Mrs, Sue Hilty and Mn, Don- 
aki Van Benscboten't ti^e^vc 
staffs with sti^nt paitie^nts 
will display skill drUte and dm- 
p^tive situatioru embracing Im- 
k e t b a 1 1 , v(^U^^ iRffi^^ 
we^lit trainn^, mfmas, ^)#ai 
dance, tumbliii^ and 
fe^il^ kf^. Hi^ 
l^itoisch^en will moffilor 
(psentatjoos and gi^le ^ a^- 
espe an interpretation of die a^ 
aad objectives of each activity. 

Mr. Haroki Whitehurst, Diiec- 
ttm of Parks, Recreation and 
IKysical Eifacatfmi Dapaitoieaft 
win a^nd as guest oainnuaitek)r. 

Mr. Jefferson Davis, principal, 
extend a a}rdial invitatigm to 
the publk to iamt^i^ 0^ 'm- 
pqrttnt phase ot d)e ethtta^^ 
oaring. 



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NATIOI^OVIDI I^UMyiS^ 
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Bafsiite Baptist 

Hevival ^arts 

^Siniiay.llir. 15 

%^hiMig SActey Mtfch 8 «nd 

IMldi \k Ite «r^!e Witt thrift 
•^ i^tt U 7 JO y.111. 

, $svm am p«t«9 vU ^eak 
bm rach nlgM m tNi aum tafric 
**!! ] Had Only One Serawn To 
finch On ftwival Mid Emn- 
flriUn." 

9ai^ a^f • ^i»d»r n^O be 
nr. Bnmi t.. Hmti: Mo^tey 
wtm, f^ Itamm H. Mtuch: 
ftmtm, ««^ WUltem B. mtuxl; 
idiy, Rev. O. S. tti|rtri; 
iwr^iy, l tty«# aNtoft !<. KAir; 
fflitoy, Dr. ^Mfll L. LoffifMn; 
iMirday nV lervice; SunAty 
March 15^ Ktv- T. L. ^towitf«r. 



MNNI THEME 
OF DEY P-TA 

GRSAT NKK — ?%• Ma B. 
m^im, t^^day n^M, Ibf^ 10, 

MlNri^ a ilwrt imkmm 
B)^^ ttt time nMi ^smNi 

U fut M ^ pnfmm 
'^^i^ U A Nmt l^gtiirtBt* ft 
wiS ^QiM of dJRtf f^aiMig 
■nd ^^fl^. 

Mrs Jc^^n Milton. Ways and 
Me^s CKalmatn of the P.T.A 
lounoej! that once again thii 
the adiool will hold a "Ca^ 
on Aplrl 11. (Plans an 
made for it now. 

DB PREPARES 
ER BASKETS 

6AYSE>S — Tlie Home Ufe 
Dtpahteiiiit of the Ocaaji Park 
Woman's CSttb met WidMiAiy, 
-v Hk at the hxHM of Mn. 
y, at Oceaa Park. 
BasMr bukats w«n 
''H for iwUewts A 
.!(»pital, which to 
tne ciub's projects. 
icTpartmem is also respon- 
9>^ -<^ratittn Ciothai 
ub m«9tiiig. Mem- 
iiLt^ K'n-.ii clothes that thay 
the departmeirt 
lima to liHtern State Hot- 
- '•€ patients who are in 

cralts winners are: Hand- 

s. JeavB Svtratt, blua; 

CroeMliig, Mrs. 0. 

Biue; eh)br«ldfry, 

iUley. bhie; Naedle- 

llrt. O. i.. Gffiwrt, blue; 

ics. Mrs. John Bowman 

C.J. HiOer, blue. 

is ^e Home TJfe 

T the club. 




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Uyside ^Hnvh 
i^nteH Sarviees 

for the eH^ iMr fyam^ 
^ its a i^p^al liMbM wei^ 
«rviQe wiH be iMld at ^ teiy- 
lide Chrtatjas CaMiiidi al 7:M gdii. 
Iter. Eari ftenib fMlHr Ms M« 
>JKf at tte flrrt airiei. U^- 
jnfa Dewey ffiiniiiniw, frill be the 
<|yainfr an Ittrck C< 

allowing tte %rvk;e mA &in- 

\< Bij^ r^beriuMiito sod M- 

./^^dtip is ^#i^d tti ttm Sedal 

»|ll of the iAmOL 

mm Youth f\tfom^ wlU at- 

tpl these flwHea «adi Surtay 

flfejg^t, in a body, hst Sunday nl^ 

^&KMre tP»^4wo ^ing jpeo- 

Iflda No, 1 nit l^Mttey, 

dT 3, ft 1^ ftiR. al «M 

« of Mrs. fiL F. Wndeai t^ho^ 

igood Lms. Mrs. I^% liva«- 

tip;i is the Cock ijmkr. 



U ffORKSW 
REAT BRIDCE 

m» __ A Vacation Bible 

i^shop for the United 
$ of Christ wiS be held at 
-' Bridee ChUrdi March 

ajn. vaiSi t pm. Mrs. 

*., Director ol the Va- 

M School for the Say* 

risX^ <hur^, sad hac 

rswOlatfmd. Hie Work- 

•'v d9 diivdors and 

saa tbe matarial that 




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Bvoy now «|id then i p<Mni 
tnd a promisi vtivm with a git 
«f t psr^Jt day. A ^n^ and 
Affly m<w^n|, patrty idUi rrttt, 
Metts tnd ««lti away on gUt- 
leriag mrteimi aa M Sol riitt 
nal^tteHy. "^ Mm <tf tti ^ 
ta M Aai^ witti wntrairting whMe 
I^Ml «r doi^ It alu^ hurts 
^Kir q«s as yw ^raw» «1^[ 
iM to bt alive . . . ^n yw imy 
find yom^f a victiin of i^wue 
^Mlng fevir. It may la^ Mly a 
da^. iMt Ow proKiiM it thare. It 
tKm't %e tong btfoit thte hind of 
4Kf la ftrang lifc» toadi <n (!» 
necklace of nature. Tli«n you wUl 
tote your loi^ dayi (x p-anttd. 

Miyte it it a gowl ttiing ttat 
mi cant have ttet knd of witMh- 
« lA Hit ^ne. It wosM be rather 
aoiio«Moui...«H} wittt could 
Tm talk about or complain almit 
t tt« wvMho- WM idn^ra a^? 

You'd miai t^ pgr abMKlm- 
nem that takaa MA <d ^lAlrai 
^1^ ffnommi^, (oe!) wlMi tibe 
first anow flilei *i«^ to Ml. tf 
it is at nii^ tow cm to kvA mt 
wd wateh it tmrl aroinrf tha 
Hrwtli^ts, ^os^ in Vtm d«t.' 
Wlmt ia oMre beM^ital i^ numr 
diB0i« teaa^Hii^ to evny tirig 
i|id chani^g ita ter^sw iiAo 
#orious ^<^u^t? IvBfyttMg 
to<te 90 quM and <dctn iM 
new, . . ym t»\ the mom way. 

Ever get caught in a real nor'- 
easter or bliBard and struma to 
^t home? If y«i are walking, 
you can ahnoii i^ory in your bat- 
tle with the dements. Every 
other pedu^rian beco^u your 
friend and ym ku^ tt eadi 
ether. 

It la not so much fun driving: 
^t you travel with (aution know- 
ing that even ycwr be^ may nai 
l» food eiMo^i to keep you frmt 
mdlng. A mtk insecurity Is 
iood for the aoul. You can't ^ecl 
tbo tanportant and Mg when ymi 
nalke you can not control your^ 
•elf, ymir n^M^ttee or the roMl 
@}i^tion8. 

I>ul] grey ^ya me nioi too. 
When it is coM and raw <Ndikle, 
1m>w gmteftil you can feel for 
1^ wwrantt of your hwie, .wt»- 
^» PmitK eomctous ot pnt 
or not. 




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VIRGINIA BE ACH SUN- NEWS 

"SERVING THE WOtLD'S URGEST REK>RT CITY" 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1964 ' 



SECTION B 



■piMiaahipii 



L^ to rWrt (from): Ray Oredcmwe, Randy Spem»r and Mafk Wall. (Rear): Ton Adden-^ 
hro*, Gordon Baskta, Dicky Haftten, ?r«x, Richird Dooley, C hrls Wall and Scott Vail. 

. (Baldwin photo) 

Nootenanny Makes PTA Gathering livelSr 



Aerial Photography 
Now Accepted Home 
Building Practice 



ymmUk mMM -^ Because 
of a imt^r who likes folk music 
"almoM aa much as teaching," 
Lldchcvn Fafk aclMMl la burning 
with ^litar ^iimnwrs and btnjd 
pictort. 

Umim» ^ the Jinkhom I^rk _ 

Parent -Teadier A^ociation dia ' ^^n,]^ j^nn^r" 

cowred this foUowtog tiwr reg-' ^^ 

ttlar n^etiag MM<by niglrt wt»n 

a ^oup of nine jnNinpters |re> 

aented a toe-taj^g program of 

lively folk tuoM. 

The home-fiown hootenanny 
was brou^ about tlu^xi^ tht 
efforts of Wym Price who twch- 
cs a sixth ignde cU^ five 6Ky$ a 
w^lE and giv^ I^rhu in f^ 
muw; «i we^ends and evenings, 
evenings. 

f^» gives mittic lessons to 22 
students every week. Not au^ 




New Sales Mgr. 
MUrasanCorp. 



your Bk*, Infe'^ur eym, and* 
Wi^ubig off your cfatela. &oppy 
M Htt^ing. l^dn affeds many 
in dif terent wa^^ Sonfie, m> 
4ottM, late the dak stf^ony 6i^ 
Ot)»rs enjoy th»n. ftahi tntiif 
Ipinirt a wii^ow i^uie, gulling: 
^arnn tiie apoi^*an be very cm* 
^Btdve to iteep. 

t Rainy <layi are grod for clean- 
IMi fout dtas^J 1^ is « diore 
#at n^erie@» to have a tpe^l 
I0(4(ed time sd»dtde, to when 
ihe nimi come <town and you feel 
nther meten^oly mi b]m, <Ug 
teto tl^ closet, atnui^ten mt the 
^awers, clean out the de^, dust 
off the took shelves. Cant do 
much ^ anything else any^ty. 

A warm summer rain or a cold 
i^nter storm can be as beautl- 
Ml » you wljit to m^e tiwm. 
Did you ever walk atong tte 
i»each or mtc^ ^ ixem dniing 
Ac sUxm? I^is wild, hulling it- 
•elf at tiie etsA, poffing out ami 
^ing badk. mSk aton^ the 
beadi «l(«r tte storm. Whni tt« 
limper » apent, tte wtvm ndl 
fftclty to Untag the time as tf 
itsO^ag hagnf^aess for tts tom^-- 
itag n^ M a few abut laoam 
ma. AM ^fti are left. You drat 
mve to be a prMesiaoiad bench- 
metarM triitt lh» atop^aa after 
C storm...jttft a airknis ftm- 
sedeer. You will fiwl many 
i^B^ lUKovered whkh imt 
kten buried d^p for mmy 
aionths, pertM^ years. The sea 
Ism brought in n»ny things. Sven 
tf & is oifly seaweed or drift- 
wood, ^tem are intei«stiBg finte. 

We wiUitaw nany tovely day«, 
we wiB hetm itensn. «e wiS ime 
ifedi, iM «ffi tarn beat "We get 
ft iM iMe. Ai^ «en't you 0jM^ 
VeaSiMr is sw^ ftui . . 




iEnOMSTlKN 
lEEIViC MONDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Tl» 

^strict n^^i]^ of tte Mefibodist 
Men's Oiri» will be hM m ^ 
Virginia Be»:h Mettodbt 
C%ur% nest M<ntey ni^ ft 
has hem mmoaase4.\'nt meet- 
^g n siwAikd k^ be^ at' 
7:00 p.m- 

hy l^der, wM be i^ 



priaingiyt a number of them go 
to linUrarn INu-k School and 
three are in Wee's <km. 

The sine yming falksingers 
rom|Md ttuough such favorites as 
"The Crawdad S^," "Michael." 
and "Sh^ to Ify Lou" in a heart 
that showed 
they 1i^ studied their chorda 
ami jrtrtl^ u weH as their achool- 
bodcs. 

Price ol^ioualy a»)oys his 
wot, whether he's In t^ cla^ 
room or on stage, tiyt, he say^ 
"folk music's Just the icing on 
the odw. Tim rod oijoyment and 
challem^ is in the classroom." 

In ^Wtion to giving lemons on 
gi^tar, banjo and ukulele, Frii» 
ffaads liBM to teach a college ex- 
tMukM emne In history one 
flight a -mtk at 0«ana Naval Air 
^t^. b the peat he f»s con- 
ducted leaiing end J^nch class- 
es in hiabtme. 

"I M lovB to teach." he ex- 
plaiiu." ^>ae tbne I wrat to a^od 
with a bnA too^ttdie but f forgot 
it was tine? un^ schod ^ (mt in 
the aftamo^L" 

Pr^ aajHi he miuuiges to keep 
uf '^ i^iDua adiedule by utU- 
img^tl^ immaA, "I ptan ^aia> 
«| wMUe f '^ll^p work and cor- 
tm p^peri imde I'm walking 
dowta tine M^," 1% explains. 

^i& a wife and fMir chikiren 
of hii own. Price considers him- 
ai^ fortunate if he has a ctan<% 
to retex on Saturday night. liIoi% 
likely, he wUl be playing guitar 



ALRMID 'VILL" WILLS 



VLj^ILA — Lsm&ux A. &ui- 
cilio, Pre^lent of Lmunn Realty 
Corporation, has anmwneed tiie 
appointment of Alford "Bill" 
Wells as Residential Sales llaiug- 
er of the recently expanded R^ 
dential Sales Depaitments of har- 
asan. 

Wells Ins the req[)onsibJlity of 
Residential ^les in both of Lar- 
ann's offices, the om at fMnraae 
Anne Plaza and the new office at 
2^ and PadUe Ai^nie in the 
Vhrginla Bee^ ^nmgL 

'WeSs was bom in kissMixi, 
raised ai^ educ^^ la Hcuitoti, 
Teat& He has lived tai4he I^rfslk 
ar^ for tte past* el^iteen yeee. 
tutiri^ from tte flfvy in l^W, 
Wells c^mqsleted tweky ymn of 
active Naval service during toth 
World War B and the Korean 
War. 

Prior to Wells' Nn«i retoe- 
ment, he was at^Mdi^to the Per- 
somiei Office of Com Serv Lant 
and Com D^ Lant. 

Wells B^%hred his Seal Eitete 
hemm ia 19^, and h« been ac- 
tive in this field siiKe his recre- 
ment ftom the fiJavy. 

Ife mairied the fonber Virginia 
Marie McCauky of Gr^nwich, 
Conn^tiart, in IWS. They have 
imi tMm$e torn attending Hi^ 
Sdwol m tins tfea. 

Bill s i^tim hi nany fYatornl^ 
Civteaad C^itii (opakaiOmM. 
Anrang 1h«» the Kni^ks <rf C<^ 
umbu^ in wtaicA. he served m 
Grand Ki^ and f^atthfttl Itevi- 
lEator, and is ac6ve in tiie Umat 

am, 

^tJM {Kvmnd mwaaaoeMad 
Witt We& in lJua«B*a ftesiden- 
m Sties D^utai^ »e ^pft 
C. DoA. Jr., Artmd I^de^Mm- 
ore Ibuamti, Amae NoUe, ttori- 
eme OWi, John BmaiA, Dri 
Mivaiidlrvln TrMbmun. 



Insurance Firm 
Reeerds &iins 

Conn^cut Mutual Life's 1863 
operations ^w«d record @dm 
in aU ai^ficant areas, Mr. Lesdle 
B. Dbiharoon, genenl agent in 
Norfolk for the company reported 
today. 

Comoienting on 196S remits, 
Mr. Dii^iroon singled out a r^- 
Old aales increan as a key tector 
hi naintaining tiie company's 
prop«i8« Vctome of new in^vid- 
uai imunui^. only type the com- 
p«E^ writes, reached a high of 
|8t9 ndlUon uu^ding pudmp 
a<UStwns purdtased by policy- 
holdo? with policy divid^iKto. 
This is a 14£% increa^ ov(^ 
IMS: 

**TUs &m^tsres to an in<»«tte 
of about^ U% ^r all U. S. com' 
panies, numbenng about 1,500," 



himself for somebody eUe's 
hootenanny or holding an "open 
house for folksingers" at home. 
Principal Gordon Baskin lav- 
ishly praised the PTA hootenan- 
ny. "Those boys displayed poise 
that would be envied by most 
adi^ts," he said. It was wonder- 
ful. Tve had dozens of phone 
calls from parents saying it was 
the nicest evening they'd speat ia 
a long time. . ■' 



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omtmiSli 



Mr. Vmbttf^m aaid 

HitfU^^ta of the company*! 
aimual repfffbi. reteaaed today: 
— bwranoe hi force increased 
S517 million to sli^itfy under |6 
billion iA y^u* end. (Connecticut 
MutinlY»a^ ^ 16 billiffii mark 
last moiMh.) 

— Aliets increased fll3 million 
a^ lotitoi 91.0 ta«]l»n at y^ur 
end. , ♦ . 

— 4>ro« rate of r^irn on an^ 
was,5.#l% ojnqiar^ to 4.92% to 
1M2. Net i^e after Federal in- 
come t» vi^ 4.06% a^mt 
9m% in 1903. 

"49^ rate of lirtereA in 19^ 
after laxes lui^ book vidues for 
Aidn and bmM was 43$% com- 
jmxei, to 4.00% wlwn nierkef 
^f^xtm are ttted. 

— CMinion atodc hokUngs lad a 
nvtet val» of $178 million at 
year end, cMi|i»^ to a purchatt 
t^ke «f ^ aafflUf». 
-— T^d temftts fsM or cr^liM 
in 1963 read^ a new hi^ d 
$118 million of wUdh 79% vm 
pUd to fl^ig ptriteytel^rs. M 
^Ak^M*^ 164 minkm.^ras 
tmm t^Bf^ ppwh»#^left w: 
^ em^any. 



Frost failh 4-K 
Mooting Place 

PMNCESS ANME — The Jun- 
ior Block and Bridle Ml club met 
Febraa^ 25 at the Land of 
Promise farm of Ralph f^ost. 

After devoUonals and a busi- 
ness mestuig, Diane Frost gave 
t mmt interesting and intomative 
ttlk on Hereford cattle. She ex- 

idained the. origin of the bre^ 
and pointed out tlw quaUfica- 
tkam of a pur^Mwd Hereford. 
Hie group Is sttMidince Md the 
pleasure of viewing the two Here- 
ford irteeia b^ig ifed by Diane 
and Faye Vroik as part of the 
dub's Bat^ ^ef project which 
will culminate in -May with the 
Virginia j^^ch Baby Beef shdw 
and sale. 

Mr. Francis Lay, assistant 
county agent, explained to the 
group the correct vray to fill in 
the permanent 441 club record 
^eets. The membership was re- 
minded that March 14 woukl be 
"Breeder Day" at whidi tinse 
most of the farms would be vi- 
sited by tlM Breeders In a group. 

I%ns fcNT a fiekl trip M€r in, 
Mardi to an Angus breeder farm 
were also announced, 

M the conclusion of the met- 
ing aU present enjoyed a special 
treat of ice cream and caxe as 
the guests of the Fro^s. 

C&P BOARD 
VOTES imUARS 
FOR EXPANSION 

Hie Bosfd of t>ireetora'Of the 
Che^peake md Potomac Tele- 
phom Company of Virghiia held 
its regular monthly meeting on 
February 28. At tliis time some 
$3,8^,740 was appropriated for 
37 different projects for improv- 
i^ aiKl ex{»nding communica- 
tion lacilitte througlrout C & P's 
<^«aating area. 

C&P n»3ently annouiK%d that 
in 1001 tlue company would un- 
(tei^dee a $70 million expansion 
p^@ram. This amount is a 28 
per ceM increase over the $^ 
million egmA by C & P in 1903, 

Appropriations by the board 
to me various districts in the 
C&P area are as follows: Gulpep- 
er-|W8,000; LyndJburg-$955,200; 
Newport J^ws^57,150; Norfolk- 
$755,400; «ichmond4538,300; 'Ro- 
ani^-^O.OOO and the Virginia 
area «iburfa«i to 'Wmhington- 
^4,400. 

AHo. 1406,^0 wiU be used for 
two el^ewide pro:Ms oto of 
^ikih tf for the pureinse of 11 
po^npr vehiclw awi 47 tnK^. 



■y 

Lae Arthur Oifford 

President, Tidvwatar Ataoclation 

(Pirst of two articlM) 

Aertel photography is now be- 
coming a part of modern hotnc 
building procedures. This is one 
tool in the effort to make more ef- 
ficient) use of land. , . ,' 

Uie of aaplane and a camera 
probably illustrates more dra- 
matically toan anything elm the 
revolution in home building and 
community davelopment methods, j 
They actually have changed more | 
in the past 15 years or so than | 
during all, the previws 2,000 
yean, "■"':-■ *" I 

Of coufS«, not every home Iwllt 
in 1984 will be erected with the 
aid of aerial photography. But a 
study of new concepts of com- 
munity building by the National 
Association of Home Builders 
with which Tidewater Association 
of H^me Builders is affiliated and 
the Urban Land Institute found 
that the photography Is proving 
helpful in the site and street 
planning of a large area, particu- 
larly when it is wooded. 

The report of these two im- 
portant housing groyups also de- 
clared the photo-contour map es: 
pecially u^ful when a building 
project involves existing struc- 
tures and tree growth that should 
be preserved. 

Qae of the most pressing prob- 
tems of our domestic social and 
economic life is the use of the 
face of a growing population. The 
home builders have been keenly 
alert to the problem. Ways had 
to be found to develop land so as 
to prevent waste. Three yeara ago 
the NAHB, in company with the 



y^n Land Institute, undertook 
a £.uuy to find solutions to the 
problem. 

The study, eonchiding that the 
answer to the problem of more 
people and less land was more 
efficient use of the land we do 
have, said this would mean revi- 
sion of zoning regulations and lot- 
size requirements in many areas, 
to permit a greater density of 
dwellings per acre. 

Beth the NAHB aid flie VAerf 
Land Institute advocated a great- 
er variety of house designs in a 
community to make it more at- 
tractive, They said that greater 
density is ptssible while preserv- 
ing bcih family privacy and open 
green areas for common enjoy- 
m^k"' • V 

Greater housing density, the 
retort noted, opens the way for 
savings per uni^ while at the 
same time increasing the tax 
revenue to tl^ municipality from 
a given parcel of land. * 'k 

But the report waifl^ tttat 
adoption of new concepts of land 
use will require support from all 
groups — builders, developers, 
planners, municipal officials and 
citizens. And support iwill require 
understanding of the basic prob- 
lem. Babies continue to be born — 
and grpw up — and form families 
of their own. Land is i^eded for 
their homes— and we must be- 
gin conserving that land — now. 
Another aspect of the problem 
has to do with cost. Land is ex- 
pemive. It must be reflected in 
the price of the homes. Land, 
therefore, must be used conser- 
vatively if njany Americans are 
not to be deprived of the oppor- 
tunity to own their home. 




1 . 

Cancer Unit Moves Office 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Or. 

Howard Kahn, president of the 
Virginia "Beach Unit, American 
CaiKer Society, has announced 
that uiiit has moved its offtee 
from 26th Street and Pacific 
Avaiue to the Linkhom Shop- 
ping Center on Laskin Road. 

'file tetephone number will 
remai nthe same. 428-4151. 

Mre. Sidney Kcllam, l<»n 
ctoset chairman, and Mrs. Rob- 
ert S. Wahab, derssings chair- 
man, said, that all the equipment 
and supplies have been set up 
in the new office for these de- 
pMtmcnts. 

The Unit is now ready to 
serve the community in its new 
quarters. ^ 

The Virginia Beach Unit is 
not a welfare agency but a health 
agency, serving anyone who 
needs assistance. 

The loan closet provides beds, 
wheelchairs and other sickrown 
supplies, as well as the dressing 
made by Mrs. Wahab's commit- 
tee. 

ver 60 church groups parti- 
cipate in preparing these dress- 
ings through various church cir- 
cle grups and every Thutisday 



nlcMning volunteers meet at Uie 
unit <rffice to wrap and make 
dressings for distril>ution. 

Transportation is available 
undo* the chairmanship of Mrs. 
Jose|A LaGi^ia. This commit- 
tee takes patients for treatmeirt 
to and from Norfolk or to <he 
Virginia Beach Hospkal. 

An extensive education pro- 
gram, under the chairman^p 
of Gordon Baskin and Mfs. 
George O, Shipp, has many films 
available for clubs and organiza- 
tions interested in the work of 
the Cancer Society. 

Requests for these films may 
be rt»ade directiv through the lo- 
cal office. The films range frcmi 
7 to 20 minutes and the unit sup- 
plies a speaker along with the 
projector and equipment ncccs-^ 
sarv for the showing. 

Dr. Kahn said he greatly ap- 
•"preciated all the volunteer 
workers who have assisted the 
unit in iti move. 

Mrs. Wyndham Brown, execu- 
tive seoretarv, is on duty at the 
office Monday through Friday 
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to assist 
«ho«e who call. All services of 
the unit arc free. 




Mrs. Zehmer takes stock d ^ hospital fMntry. . 

(Phillips Photo) 



Dietician Says 



Diets Or Medicine, 
Both Good For What 
Ails Hospital Patients 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. L. H. Zehmer a aa mrMive 
brui^ttc whose. eyes j^arkle witii an inner mirth and hsr vmoe m 
Mt and eMyi It is a^kult to realize diat many peti^M pe|ka||ht 
ccmsider her a "villain." ' / 

As dietk;iiui for Vii^inia Beach Ho^ibd, k is Mrr. Zeimeft 
duty to set up the specSil dtets — " r ' '- — ■'- • • ^i 



Moving the local C^icer Society unit into r«w quartos 
are (left to right) Bill PhiMii», budget chairman; Mrs. Sidney S. 
Kellam, loan closet chairman; Mrs. Robert S. Wahab Jr., 
dressfflp chairman; and Unit President Dr. Howard Kahn. 

^ (Boke i%oto) 



that patknta so often rebel 
ai^nst. And tt is usually her 
slight shoulders ihaX ditch the 
blame rather than those of the 
doctor who prescribed the diet. 

"Patierts too often don't realize 
that a diet may be as valuable to 
the cure of their illness as medi- 
cation,*' .Mrs. Zehmer said. "Ev- 
eryone has different eating habite 
ai^ any tln^ there la a devia- 
tion from their! routine diet we 
get complaints." 

Usually about one third of 
the paHanH are on ipeclfl 
di«tf and it is difficult to con- 
vinbi them that they art be- 
ing deprived of certain foods 
for Hieir own good. 

"Adually, there are many pa- 
tients whose own, wants are more 
important to tiiera than their 
health," she explained. 

After Working with diets for 
<pite a few years, Mrs. Zehmer 
has come to one interesting con- 
clusion: men accept diets better 
than women. 

But tl»re is a good logical rea- 
son for this, she hastens to ex- 
plain. Women Mfork with food 
and find it veiy difficult to de- 
prive ttemselves of dishes thev 
are preparing white men will 
simply eat the food put before 
them. 

There ar^ many, many combin- 
ations of diets used in hospitals 
for as many varieties- of ail- 
ments, but the bland diet is the 
hardest for patients to stay on. 
Mrs. Zehmer said. The restricted 
sodium diet runs a close second. 
Biand Diof Wort* 

A patient put on the bland diet 
gets no raw fruits or vegetables 
and most of the cooked food 
nnist be strained or mashed. The 
dietician tries to help the patient 
through the first stages of this 
diet by using seasonlni^ and 
herbs as much as possible. 

In feet, seasonings, mixed with 
a variety of foods, does nnidi to 
improve any of the specJU dieti^ 
Mrs. ZelmMs* saHi. 

But not all problems arise 
from pirtients on nMrict^ <het$. 
I^re is just m nauch ccmversa- 
^n from ^wse who nxist wd- 



denly etA Itrge announto of Ib^^ 
foods. 

rocelwo legMer ittm awl 
though their tiwn may not in- 
chido ^urmM <Mms cMlilily 
nw Tooa 19 varwo, aiiiniw w 
Mid app e tiii nt. Tthere era ml^ 
Ihroo fMmf the ni^lar M% 
never inch i d e ceM ctA^ Ml 
. do(p and ceohad 
'Thoae ere tMife i e»M 
ioe gt¥mg rooomw pMonli^ 
Mrs. Zriimor said. 

The dietician, who was ^ X>e> 
I^ul Hospital for ahn«it 17 yeae^ 
works ei the iocau hoa^d f «ir 
mominp a w^e land during ttet 
short time ihe must set $9 the 
diets for the week, order ^fo^ 
and oversee the prepsn^tat. 

During a we^ the ho^dtd wffl 
use about ^)0 fK>uiMls of meat and 
the kitchen vdll be bvsy Atmb 
6 8.in. to 6 pjn. 

Moi^ of the foocb are pepared 
in their natuiti ^{^ ami evm 
some of the sp^ial <ttlt fto^ U% 
fixed in th iK^ital k^^o. How- 
ever, Mrs. Zehmer acte^ tisA 
th canned dietet^ foods 'luive 
been a tremendcwn thite wvtf.^ 

Perhaps if more patents cquUl 
^and in Mrs. Zehmer's shotsi for 
one day they would i^ ^,#s 
quick to criticize the iwxt tlniif 
they are served a bowl of osmA 
and a piece of (by toi^t. AHhc 
all, it's as valuable to their ^dth 
as n^dicine. 



WATCH 

J^' TURNING 
^^ CARS 



umn 



posMi mmm 




\^ffif»i» 







KAYSIDS BAmST CHURCH 

14S0 ne«sttf« Hmm tow) 

8:30 A 11:00 a.m ~Wodbi» S4%fcc 
9HBd&y SdKWl— 9:20 A IfclO ».m. 



II ft.Ri. A T:}0 pM,—yf0i 

9ttrkm, 

4:1* p.m.— Traininc UlliM 






Mvne 42t-»04 
9:45 i.m. -^JWtey SclMl 
11 a.ffl.'-M«nint Sirrke 



iictt 



tiJk^mA 




mm 
um 



OaA and Ae OManiMy 
aUr mm 17M" 



111 LriMM^ Av^, ^Ikoiy M^ 



tMtmr 

Mm, JU ' 

9:4S a.itt.--4BaAqf Stihocri 




IMM «.m. 
11:M am. 

rLAZA MtT^mn' anncH 

11:00 a.m.— INwri^ 9nn^ 



i>.iii. 






Servic* 
Scrvtoe 



r Attn BAmBT CHVRCH 

. . , » U, to i M ii i iM )«()i#alk, Vi. 



CAt^MJC CW)IK»[ 

1:10 Md 10:te 
4 Id 6 ».». tttaniir 
QiMG^ O^ tA to 12 SiMrili^ 




flip fWrWGm 



HlJl 

40P 



«y Scbool 



. T. 

a-m.- _ ^_ _^ 

a.xn.'— Mocnfam M^pnbip 
pni. -Bvcoinf Wonitip 




t)At GROVK BAPIBT CHURCH 

BaclL Buy, Vimlnia 
Aiva St Clik, HrtMT 

n U() *.ra.~Mofynf WonMp 



aiBLt BAmSI (HURCH 
oreenweil Ad. A Lakeview I^. 




I 



—■ - -\fTlgT CHt 
« OmuI Hcnue 
'.ev. iHDCi' »• FwrklM 
-I •■««,— ^ualiy Scbool 

Mornilng Worship 
RT.U. 

'4n« Wcmhip 



Sdwol 




iMidM hMr 



::hurch 

«H|y«t3 

if 




ndude 

.!»eirt of 

^ the tu- 

pliyslciitns' 

-""' -''"nic 



^ungs during 

1 wiU be Uie 

CoorcUnatiiig 

OU p.in. on Mtrch 

Cammi!Ue of tbe 

of Virginia at 

h 7, and a Joint 

-ifesi^<mal edu- 

rxHfiumiteea of 

:iie AroeT' 

at 9 ajtt. 



7iao 

A. D. 
. -.5 a.m. 
11:00 «.iii. 
S.-OO p.m 




oiurch 



hooi 
, Wo«hip 
wondhip 



THAUA LYI«d BAPTBT 
CHUiCH 

(Medttii in Moom Asm 
HitfiScliooi) 

9:3Q t.«.- 
II. -00 tt.ai.- 



es from aU groupi 
aeer enntro! work 
etqiwted to attend 

ii» Qwfctvaioe. 

-" tbeneet- 
r intorest 



HRyr COIjONIAL 

•Arnrr church 

929 Pifti Cak»W Read 

9:46 a.m.--4ktiidiy Saodl 
il.-On tin.~MeHfM« WoMiip 
6:)0 p.fn.— Tntaiai IMUm 
7;30 p.m.— eveataH >Mm«N|> 
7:30 pjn.—Mld^WMfc tervwe. Wed. 



•Amsr CHURCH 

RMi, Noctoft 2. Vau 

t.m.— CfaufA Sdmol 
a.m.— ' ^ ABW dw g Wwihip 
pm 




41> 
R»*. 

9:43 

11:00 

7:30 

ST. GRfi»ORY THE GREAT 
CATHOUC CHUBCH 

7271 Vlfyinia BmhIi Btvd. 
Rev. DwriM AMalhcki*, 0.$.B. 

Mwset: 6:30, 1:00. 9:30. 11:00, 12:30 
CoofeadMis u« on SatunAiy 7:30-8:30 



14* 9t 




V. RiMliia, 
Mmm 

Wfal^: ^. V:)^ ll.m 12:15 
teinin^r ifmm I • LMw nw) 

7:00. %m, 9:00, 10^0, 11:TO, Xim 
IWy 04« <:00» T^ 9:00, mA 

«:30 

~ ^00 to 5:00 ^ 7:00 to 

8 

•:4I 



i<nMMo Mvmonn' CHURCH 

*&£« . * .. -^ _ **f.._-^.il., I 



IftlS 
11:15 



a A. Mmitu( wMWip 



6AIAIS iMl^AI, (MU^ 

MA Md " ~ ■ 
TIni ftn, 

Iki Rava Mmm B> , 

9:ln ihtt.— Mofttejn 




cHiiim 

' • Miafeifrr 



11:15 







tr. MAI 

1010 ^M*« Ln*. ^gate J«A 
SMWi» ffiatK Tin, 9:«. WtSft 



M 1.^ 



4:« f.m. 

^ f :ao l» %m p A 
^ 5-9331 



ymmAk macr 

307.18«b AoM 
1:30 UB.— WMh^ iirvte AtnittM' 



9I4J 

11;W a^— WiMitifti liinti 
TAURN^^HK^MW 

Princemi ArtM. Vinlnia 
Mv. URey DaHa, NfaMar 

ft4S a.m.-<:fNtivh Sehoql 
11:01 a.m. — iMorning Wtmhlp 

RGEcirGROVE 
MrmODIST CHURCH 

PrtnccM AtMW 
Ralpk W. MMwaa, Hrtw 

IftM axn.—Oiuivh Sctntrf 
11:M a.m.— 'Moratnt Wonhlp 

IHAUA MKTHODIST CHURCSI 
Hiw Ave;. A W. Ra aab ttvl 
Rat. B« I • GativMi tw^m 
9:45 ajn.— •Sunday School 
t0;4l a.fn.— Vinmftip 

touNDRY MrraoDiarr 

CtfXJUCH 

^A^Ma Baach Boulavard, Lynnh*^ 

DaafMM Eaaitt pailor 
1:41 a.in. and 11 a,ai.— aervicaa 
9:45 a.m.—CAurdt School 
4:36 p.BT.— Youth FaMowihip 

METHODIST OKJIcn 

Onat Neck Road 
imnaa R. Bock. Paator 

9:45 a.m.— Church Sdwot 
11:00 a.m.'-- Morring Warship 

$COTr~MEMIORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Oroat Neck Road. Oceana. Va. 
Rar. Lee H. Rkhcnak, 

9:4.5 a.m. -~<1huroh School 
1 1 ;flo a.m. - Nfomtna Worship 
7:V- * • ..llowdJip 



HAYCOOn MEMORIAL 
METHODVr CHURCH 

Bayikla A Bay Shora Itoada 
Jaaai G. Leac Jr. iMar 

9:43 a.m.~Momin« WorMp 

Church School. 
1 1 :00 ajn. — Miomitig Wonbtp 
CtnMth Sohool. 







CHRIS I rvLtov I ! riuAN 
CHURCH 

1:30 a.in.--^Wonhip ^ and ChwA 

School 
9:)0 a.n.— Wmriiip and ttwA 

&bod 
I1.MMI.— liMnMp ami OmA 



CnncH 





Mitten 
9:43 ain.— Oburtfe School 
11:00 a.m. H or t ilM WonMp 
6Mpjn. YoHtt MkwiMpa 
7:}0-8.O0 p.tn.--SiMiday av e «i a f 
diapei Vaaper Service 

CALVARY 




BMANUEL RnSCOPAL CHURCH 

3181 Pdnoen Anna Road 
Rev. Chariaa R. McGMey, Paalar 
1:00 a.m.-4foly OodMiwnkia 
10:0 a.m.— Hwy CoMmunlon aad 
Scnnoa (lA and Sfd Sanday) 
M<Miilni Prayar and 
(3wl aia 4th StHklay) 
Nttmai^ aar^Be tvawMa 



mMnmtmwmmmaaMm 




il.OO a.m.— 
(Ut 



'er, aerntofl 
lunioa) 



aad 



COMMUNITY METHODISt 
CmiRCH 

.Acradiktc — KaavaviMa 
Ray. A* f • 




10:0* 
IIKN 



RC. 
MlaMaf 
cKflon 

hip Service 



''I 



BAYtAKE METHODIST ( Htl^ 

Shore Drive at Treasure Island ^. 
Bay<4de 
OMsar S. Gaed, 



tit t- I I 



\v 



^^MHs 




v^ip Sarviss 
hool 






.fn.~-MartiinK Wuidilp 



i 10:00 a.m.~4(lai«iaf wotdiltf 
'.:l» t.aa.-<*|i*li, School 
7:30 ^A^YotA IMnmi^ 



OLDDONAnON 
BPHCOPAL CRVRCH 

449 Witvh ntick Road. BayaMa 
8:00 am. -Holy Cocnmunioq 
(F.)tccp« Jiuint iteior's vacationV 
10:00 a.m.— Momkif Pt-ayer and 
Sermon (Holy Oomiminion on 
fir* Sunday of each month.) 



OCEANA CHURCH 
OF THE NAZAMENE 

S. Court Houae Rd^Ooaana, Va. 
Paal A* AMriCai Viplaf 

9:45 a.m.-^-Su»day Sehool 
10:45 a.m.— Momim WaAh^p 



tbmhji 

25di and 



PUKMAliuM& 

MuRtt vShhBI RaaoB 




9:41 a.a.— <3huA 
ll:TO t^,. 
ttSt ^m 

i;W p.«.— •*«« Pi 
«:30pji— Y«w»i Paa^'% ftBow- 

ajiijii M a^^ ^^Mv 

9:48 AJd.-^dhinday. School 
11:00 A>i. Atomini Wawhy 
7:30 A.M.-JwMilnt Wonli% 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

ViqMa B aeach Boalavard 
fiatLaM --Oeeaita 
RaVa BinlMa IK MNMV «•« 
9:45 a.m.- ^>irA Sdhyd , 
1 1 :00 a.m.— MonriBfe Worahili 
7:30 pm.-'^vaalBnaHc Service 

FCNhflCW TM* 
CHUSCK fiV CKKKft 

IMi St. aa! Baltic Ave. 
niw^nv ikm9 m^Hw 
a.m.-~4hiadagr School 

a.ro Jdornma Worachtp 

p.m.— EvmnfMitic Service 



9:4.5 

11:00 
7:30 




KALA CHUaCH OF CmUOT 

fliKk Biy, Va. 

JackDaaa. Mkdilcr 

10:00 a.ffl.— BiMa Sohool 
1 1:00 a.m.— Moninc WonMp 
T:30 pin.— Evonint Word!# 



CSUIICH (^ CHpiaT 
521 V». BMA^d. ffiiMa, 

10:00 a.m.~-Bibie Saidv 
11:00 aam.-Ai(K«lBB WMUp 
6:30 p.m.— Evasiai Wtainp 



Va. 



7:30 a.m.— irvtoaa MMi.-Pri. 
8:15 p'in.~FiWay<9ahhadi Sarvicei 
10:00 a.m.— Sat.-Sabboth SenHoa 
8:00 a.m.— Servlcea Sunday 

EMMANUEL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

10100 Viffinia Beach Boutovaid 
(Te aq>My y Wonhip Center) 

9:15 a.m.-<]hurch School 
10:30 a.m.— Worthip Service 
(Nursery for preschool ctdMian 
durint Wonhip) 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH af the GOO SHEFHUU) 

AttMdic and 18th^ Stnet 
Ra^a DIckaaa W. Taylor 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
. AduR Bthie Oaaiet 
11 KM ajn.— Morning Worship 



and 



OUR 
LUTHKRAl 

Baylaka PinM, ftFdde 

8:30 a.m.— Wonhip Sbrvim 
9:45 a.m.— <3MrOh Sdhool 
11:00 a.m:— Wonhip Servtea 



P WNCg OF PEACE 
LUTHOUN CHURCH 




9:13 ajh.' 

BiMeOaM. 
10:30 a.m.-4)fviate "W^Mb 
ttoiy OMnoMtthm— lit vtA 

Sunday. 



thd 



3id 




9:50 
II.IX) 



in tite Kint't Oftakt 
Etemeataiy School) 

Va iiMMn^ mnw 
a.m.— Sunday School 
a.m.— Moraine Worship 



RAYSIDE 



lYTERIAN 



Near 
Rev. I. E. 

9:45 a,m.— SuiKlfey 
11. -00 a.m.— Mominf 

r 

Now ) 




i»rff 




9:45 a.» 
11:00 a-n 



C HWBCH OF 
BCMNTBTr 

2M-20thSt 
ajB. — g toadiy SdiocI 
ada.— ~C«MNa Sa^itoa 

PJB. — ' 



9:30 

11:00 

8:00 



OCEAN PARK 

coMM@wrnr mmcB 

C MtCaRaai^ iWUa. 

DuPtant Cirdoa Bayride, Va. 
9:45 ajn.—BlMe Sdhtul 



1 1 :00 ajn.— Momini "^htiHp 
.— F«m% lliJM Sar 



7:50 |^.ia. 



Sir^oa 




BEACH 
CHAPEL 



COl 

Laaicia 
Rev. Gaai 
9:45 a.aa.— Stti^^ ate* 

7:30 p.m.— BvMidi tttvioe 



LYNNHAVEN COIX)NY 
UNmO CHURCH 

Q)n»apHfcinal Oimritaa 

Great Neck Road near iViare Dr. 

Rev. Sam Nebaa* Paator 

9:45 a.m.-~^SundMr School 
11:00 a.m.— 'MonAi Worship 



PEMRROKB MANOR 
UNTIVO CHURCH 



ta Ftrntwoka Mawif 
Elaaia^iry $cM, 

Rava Ciana 
9:30 ajm.— <1iarEli 
10:30 aJn.— WtairidB 

NwaMy at all aervicea 



J^SENDS MEETING 

(Quaker) 
LaattoRd. 
9:45 a.n.<T-SufSdhy School 
ll:<»a.ni.— Meeting for Momiai 
Wm^^^ 



ST. MARX A.M.E. CHURCH 
Oceana 

Rev. IX Pt FaRaa* Paalnr 
9:30 a.m.— Sunday Sdhoel 
11:00 am. — ^Wonthip Service 



DUMOND SPKINGS 
CHRISTIAN CnUtCH 

DisoMea of Chriat 
4700 W. Madan Rm^ 
Near Little Credc Per; . 
G. Davtt Stoaavaii Paalar 
1:45 a.m— Woni^p Service 
MS a.m.— ^uadsw Sdbool 
llHM a.m.— Wonftdp Serrfca 
A30 p.m.— Youdi Groups 



BAYSIDE CHRmUN CHliltCH 



nt 1^^ flitaiff abwl Vm MNKMs to ^t aH wo teve to do ia wait. We 
mt$ M, ^ ttt wwthtt- wtt hM% sow, Imt ^^Aiot ifflf^^t wiU «nii« 
worn. Wo ^^Mm « WMt «u^^ H Waatta* te a &mm ttm^. 

It^ « l^a^ MHM^on to hAf« thia mi^^ i^rta^ dt i^Bt mA 

R*t Oo ^ttM^ rhrthai of utm, th« d^ a^ Wm irt MAawb» M 
b^^ of Mrtii and ftky, whM give Mr MvM a tea f^^M Mo. 

But (^^tiMt^ li sM « ^tuM i^fim. tt ^^ tfei nitons oS. ^d. 
to Ji^WiitfnM Iml wMo bMN in humw ^nu^iy — our mm, m ^o 
^Aw of #M, art M^pi^ in Jmm M M StA ^ G<A 

1^ ft iMiy It li M^krtry te OS to fc^ome Ub InqpMrttttt pkrt Mf M 
Churclia ^ 

Ve can get In the mood JHHb 
experimco tho <iuietiMMi of ^^Mr 
f.tri> rHffa '^.r Inolr'h^tfVw n WtlM i at wr 



;ȣ agiUi> 




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MURCM DtUO CO., NC 

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WHNNY DUDLEY 



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fMn M. A Cavalier Dr. 
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THE MIXING BOWL •'M %^ D, CU 



ChEVELLE! by CHEVROLET^a great highway performer 



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Chevelle Jtolani^ peHonnaiice is best! 

taffflCp saMeii Mo|M-tt«vdM ^bbA 
m mmmil CtevrM's mm snytlM 

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giitfi fbr^mvA aa4 eaU it pertofm- 
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tof itottHni~ai^ dpt»»al at extra c(wt 
thwe'a a IK-hp Six, a g2<Khp V8, even 
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pettmmtam means imre, 

^M, for instance, dievelle's a foot 
ahfflsr tiiaa the big esM, And the ^|ce 
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toodi, we wrote wit a loi^ hst of ottb- 
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SHUnum, one of tiie tMtkrt namben of the Bah tanily, ia an 
aroallmt didca for ttieaa Bieattai day* throu|liout Hm yaw md 
aaaadally duriog LmL All flidi con^iim nutritional rimnei^ Iwt 
Mimon is bifher ia protafai and odciura and lower in tadoiiaa-MM) 
tat than moat odier apadea. N(^ only Alaakana J>ut Americana in 
ivobafaly ail the other 49 etatoa wijoy luedooa aalmon ^eaka na- 
tiva to Oe waton of the Padflc Northwest thanks to last f teMi4 
BMthodi and quiid( shying o( tiie f r^ flah. 

Here's a aimpla redpe for Mtiier baking or broiIin| the itodtai 
Tha &ivorinc trick ia Tabasco, the peppy red iiqiud spice— m 
indispensable to flsh aa butter! TalMsco ocanUnea with imltod 
butter and lime or lennm juice to enhance the freah fldi flavor. 

For a loimnat gan^rii, sM^e the steaks wiA a ff«di, cr^my 
cucomba aairoe ci sour cream, dtoed cuaunbw and aeiAy Tiiimco. 

Sahioa Steaks AhMka 



9 e<9 butter, malted 
i(n4 taatooona Ihaa or kmoa 



U teaspoon TriMHti 
4 Hlmon steaks, fresh 



or 



frozen, cut 1-uch thidc 

Coadiine buttw, lima Juksa nd TiJmsco. To imk«, place salmon 
^aadu fai ahaUow baking di^. Sprinkle lightly aritti aali Poor 
Tidiaaoobattw ov«r ataaks. B^ & a moderate ovan (360*F.), 85 
to 30 mtnutea, or until easiljiL flaked wi^ a fodf. To broU, ptaoa 
aafaBaon ^aaks oo greased brewr rack. Sprinfela' Ui^y witfi salt: 
poor Tabasco butter over steaks. Place in i^e-haated broit« 4 
mdiss fian heat Broil 16 numitea, or until ^ualy ftiked witii a 
Mk. U diairad. ganiidb with hma or lamm ittoaik Sanre idth 
*OncMrt»r Sanea. Yialdi 4 servfags. 

NOTSi K itoda ara teten, Hmw in tatr i^g ataa, at aodE niM 
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Its no wonder that islipon 
steaks are so popular. They are 
pretty, pink and red. nutritionally 
speatoii?, nearly perfect. Now that 
Lent is here and you are won^r- 
ing what to ha\«, why not try 
them? Among the finest protein 
foods, salmon also contains im- 
portant minerals and generous 
Quantities of vitamins A and D, 
and B vitamins, thkmin and riixh 
flavin — all necessary to good 
he^alth and well-being. To take ad- 




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vantage of this excellent food, the 
National Fisheries Institute sug- 
gests the following redpe for 
aalmon steak with $ ciwtmy egg 
sauce. If the steaks are frozen, 
its best to let tt»em tl»w on tt» 
refrigerator shelf before baking. 
To save dean-up tinw, Une the 
baking pan wiith folL 
Salmon Staaks With ^s Sau^ 
2 pounds ^Imon steaks iwkki^ 

inch thick) 
2 tablespOTns butter or irorgarine 
2 tablespoons flour 
V4 teaspoon salt 
1/8 teaspoon pej3per 
1 tablespoon prepared mustard 

1 cup milk 

2 hard-cooted eggs, sliced 
2 tablesjKwns chopped parlley 

Arrange salmon stoiks in but- 
tered 'bs*ln| dish, 10 l^ 6 iiwhes. 
Melt butter or margarine in a 
sau«pan. Add flour an 'I stir to 
blend. Stir in mH, r^so ■ >• and 
mustard. Gradually ac!^ - ' stir- 
ring until smooth. Cook e . ;r low 
he«t, stirring ©mstantly ui^ 
thlctened. Pour Muce over a^* 
mon steaks and bake at 375 de- 
grees (moderate oven) about 20 
minutes or until fish flakes easily 
when tested with a fork. Gamiih 
with sliced egg and parsely. 
Makes 4 eervinp. 

Here are more Lenten aig- 
gestions to help you plan your 
meals. 

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1 pmiod flmiKler m haitat, eM 

in serving piecw 
1 taWfl^ooB flour 
V4 eop Spamsh oUw oQ 

1 large onion, sliced 

2 or $ girilc clovM, miifgb 
1 bay leaf 

\^ teupocm i«f fr(Mft 
1 small can 4 3 or 4 tat.) ftmoi^m, 
drained and di<ml 

1 cup raw rice 

2 cups shrimp stock 

1 can (7>/^ ozs) minc^i ebna 
Fresh parley 

Shell shrknp, oiasmg tMis m 
sau^nan with 2*/2 cuos mttr md 
1^ teispoons s^ Malu shr^ 
stock by teiliBg lAaila for Ift 
minutes. Meahtiflb,^li^ jdwiMI 
shrimp in hot olive oil until brigbt 
pink; renrave. SorinUe Amu^R 
or halibut with flour: snite i» «tt 
in mne pan until li^Uy ta>w^tf( 
remove. Add dnion, g^te 
pimento, bay leal and laffron to 
oil. Cook over low hM. , ^^tSL 
onion Is tender but mA tarownai. 
Add rice: rtr to cort with oil. 1^ 
pla(« fish <bul Mit ritrunp). Md 
<;trained shrimo stock a^claflit. 
<Total liquid in^Wing ^oe of 
clams HmM be JH cups). Biiail 
>o a boil: reduce heat and cmk. 
uncovered over veiy low heirt 90 
minutes, or unM IquM is 0- 
sorbed, iflning <^a#midly to 
piwent ^MJng. During 1^ S 
minutes, re^ce sfirimp |«ti^g 
them down into rice niiJrtwt. 
Sprinkle with fi*di mineed par 
sley before serving. * 

Makes 6 sffving^ 

fish Sticks, MM <tf^tiie moA 
eonwnient of ifi c^wenienc* 
fowls, are ^ly kM to a 
a i^her important fei^na, . 
ialty at this time of j^ear when wf 
are likely to be %n/ing lo mu^ 
expensive foods. Baked to aqtones 
of flaky pastry with ^ps rf 
cheese and a bit <^ i^rivd, fl4i 
sticks prerord as desc4^ M^ 
are equally apiHtypriate m t 
hearty appetii^r <ff satls^wg' 
main di^. If tlay are terved M 
an appetizer, oflw tiiera fMot % 
healed {Matter or a Itoidi^* 
ptagged into t warljy etec^r^ 
witlet. Wlwn ttey are fejtowd 
as a main cou^^, ac^mpany ttMi 
fuh witii a oMBiy maiAn^ 
^uce and a gi^n vep^ble, inch 
as tnroccoli spean bncMened ^h 
ptaaento. From tte Kattenal Wfti« 
eries Inrtitute come ^Me re^^ 
for the ft* sttts and tte mm.. 
• Arfi HMs in MMtolt 
VrnhMurfwoem %m%itm 
For oi» boot of a* WdB, make 
short, fteky pa^, u*« t recipe 
(ailing for 2 cutm oI fk>ur. ft^ 
pastry about 3/8" thidt, mA eat 
into S-hKh scpMres. ^»«^ the 
center <rf each square with pc^ 
j^ mustard. I^y a wrrpw ifaip 
of che«M di-a^^mally aooisi Mch 
square and a fish stick on top of 
each piece of €§»«». ftW oo- 
po^te emi»st otot ea^m of 
stick and %cure with a to<^^^. 
Place on a baking dj«rt and ta*e 
10 minutes in a h<* ovc» <I25 
degrees) or until biomi. Camlah 
wWi pai^y. Serve m lnv^Bsm^ 
imln dish with Ea^ Mbdu^ftn 
Sauce. 

Easy MM ihirawii Sawea 
1 (»h maSxiaiA rmimm knip, 

undllnted 
3 tables|K)on8 v<t99W^aA. n^ik 
1 4k)z. can slieM mustooom^ 

undrained 
1 tahteipoon eofAasxg ^betry 
<optiond) 

ConiWi^ all ingredients; 1^ in 
saucepw. Bfai^ei about 1V6 «i)i. 




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to (ha raMBg of fin far whom 
hte wife had aant tMfore her aud- 
den death. Bim he hM. had to 
teka care of WW ft^ npet of 
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MmA Bd A wU he toe prMto- 
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ItoKp^re to tte final ttgw bo- 
to^ the IIM R<M^attl ^ 
nwty v^ be «vKtd M m NdC 
News ipeoial nragnii Sunday, 
March • <T-7Jd f.m. BSD all the 
NBC-TV 9M.iim, BlBC htin 
cortespottdent frank McGec, re- 
pack from NBC tivtnf M> 
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l,^WiA^ — #tit Olmey'i 
•*S#^ Ir St^" wm to 

rtown to a return tnpfMeM 

Thursday, Friday and &itort«r. 

The theatre hat brw|^ tin 
colorful cartoon back a towM 
time becittse of public ^ma^. 

When the fUm waa UtowlBg 
here ia Wftttary there f^* INT 
lines of people waiting ^ttiito 
the theatre before each a^. 

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4 IS < Iv—fV liportar 

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8 00 ( at—Rixt McltiMt Row 

8 !»0 (10) — YttU Don'* tay 

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lln program wUl be the firnt 
of a «nM of as apedala on NBC- 
TV with toe owr-aU title of "lite 
Campaign and toe ce^idldataa." 
Theae programs, totaling more 
than 27 hours, will present com- 
prehenaive network coverage ol 
breiirtoiary, primary, pre<onven- 
iion and pre«kNtlon activity. 
ttey reproient ttoi gra a taat nuai- 
btf ol W ^^^ pwgNUM WW 
MMtoitod fw ^ ^^B ^u*. 

mm " nifwSl #lelal WiU 
khow filmed ^^^pitj of the 
tofl^^upu ottol fHH ItopuUlean 
tetth^ wtw have f&ad to the 
MiflMtfy-~<3o|arnor Nelaui A. 
^duleUer, iMMtor Barry Ookl> 
wtfar. itoolt IL Biumn, Sematar 
MBva^ Chaai antth and Na^ 
nan L« ftge, a Ntatoia account- 
ant wto ii a aarwHtoil ettiteiider. 
MerriU Ibieftar ivffi toport the 
^^w^ apPto. and Itobert 
MarfM toe jSMMar opmpaign. 
TO«« wm a]a» ha fttffl «lwrage 
of tto iR-lte-to campaign eftort in 
hetoOf of NiHon, whieh ia laear- 
lm<M hy fofmar Oovamor Wea- 
ley ftn^, aAd the write-to cam- 
^ll0f«tx)d|e. 

Cbrt^lfagto will psrodiwe the 
ipodhd'ftognm. Jerome Jacoba 

1M I^w MHIHldre election-- 
toe aMtai's fint prtoMiy—will 
4e ^y^rnl Tueaday, liarch 10 to 
two ^imM progratfi on NBC-TV, 
Iran iJO to • ^. EST and firom 
UM to ll:aO pjtt. GST, aa well 
as to toiltotina totoiighottt tiie day 
mA ewntog. NBC Newt will 
WW tiw electom wMh a steff of 
cme ^m aoo reportora, tohu- 
h^ and toehnteUna, etof ^ 
a^ of N«w HaflMptora'a an 
polUng idacei COiat ^^^^^ D*^ 



Hewa Bamrt' 
Tops In Poll 

I«K: ^m' "HuHtoy-Bri^^ 
Beput" waa tlw ^gm^tm 
t^mWon jnvfram to te Itth 
imttar i^evi of te ImMM m 
#ott of thi kUKMm CmM tar 

WTC-TV ec«NI t^ ^le ^o- 
ffma to te pteV^ U): "Tbtttr 
$fy • Brinks Report," *Sonaaaa," 
'%aE Dlm^'a W<^wtol -WorW 
tf ^to," *1^. Kttlue" and 
"Hawl." 

The council, n^ headquarters 
to Madiaon. Wto, tolMMd o^- 
Hm from almoet 7,000 vtewen to 
Satotoa to to^ for liM. 
^weri ««ra mm to i^ a 

linte te 
mi»u 

tiro for 

■oor. 

The 'HuiitterMtoMr %«t" 
and "BMunaa* M tot AM by 
more thm SO far «•■! i^Mh to- 
tal potota of i,40d wd l^MS, 
raapecthwljr. 




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ocur. MueUer and MMttoU will 
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,ta# 4^irtiM ^egaw toe enn- 
^dV of gUNt ^ifQpMV to t»«> 
aitt ter aMN^ nlo cosMrt of 
toe MMon, a ^^Min ^ M 
tM» fi^ te n^ea, on "Ihe 
J^ ^ftoiM S^r" M^y, 
Itodi • <i:004W0 p.». ^ on 
the ^fi Tti^^M MtmriE. 
^ Ckuiod'a aeMons: 
",tart i^» to a IJtot^," "1 
IM a tang C^ung On," "If I 
IM a ftMtog «^fe of Yw." 
"ttot-Tb^-Ttootile," ."Dirty 
^md^ 9^ IMe," *1bM<e M itr 
life," "The ^ Ftort Door," 
"On the Atehiion, Topeta and 
the mm »B," "Ateai^r^ ^• 

ttee 9M^ *^<tt'to mmmr 

i^^* out With J^ Bi^," 
•t* Alwayi Ch^^ag ftO^om" 
"I'm body's fitby," •'flie toi 
Ttait Got Away" «4 *'»« * 

Thia a^ li product by BiU 
Ct^MM, directs by Owm Whit- 
mm and wrlton by ftank .^p- 
p»tt, John A^wwrth 1^ John- 
ny ^adterd. ^1 Tor^ invito 
^tm nttiotf maia^ IMI 
Ito^ to tmkmX tttftatar «^ 
^HNi^a^ is Iv Wttly Setert. 



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MntVWfc,** Im wMcA JhiMJiiMb 

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toA Me M^^ rt^w ^^r 
g|p ^ a«ir 

A^ tttir Migh ttcAooi. Wm 
J^Miwrg. SicteM E. Cwk, 'm 
Monumentol Avenue. Williams 
harg. won in the finaU over 
Jamea Boone, Ferguson High 
School, Newport News. Richard 
ptens a career in teaching at the 
college level or working with for 
eign affairs. Before entering 
Jamea Bttir High School, Ricbard 
Uved to Afichifan. to 1900, hla 
fcither was transferred to the ftew- 
port Nfews branch of the Do 
Chemical Company. HWiar 
plane to use hU $600.00 WGH 
acholarihip at either Yale, 
Princeton, or Brown, the three 
schools at which he haa eppli( 
for entrance. 



Steve Lawrence, who made an 
acdatoied Broadway debut hat 
monto aa a star of the new musi- 
cal "What Makes Sammy Run?", 
will ha a gueat whan "The Wd 
Sullivan Show** iMoeiits « fuB- 
hour aalute to ASC/^ Sunday, 
llito f #• PA., S8T) on the 

mnimmimmk. ascap 

flMaaHjItoas for iAmeriean Sael«t| of Composers. 



produce toe prognttomtog 
• • • 

OTHER nATIHHB 

At'thOilCeiia r 1 ■ ■ " ■ w f- -' -■" ,. — .™.— — -LTTi -,r 

coveiage of thlTliW bM^^g^ ^JjttJlE 
primartos; a VWt 1HII1 fWipBHMHHI Its S^K^^MKf 
Bert iLahr; aaMe |ia«dMtoo< on year. 




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National Bool AWA wixmn, 
and a report m wwSMa in govarh- 
ment are antong the features <m 
"Sunday," the NAG Mawi magRp; 
line- format telecast Marra 8 
(S4 p.m. EST). Frank Blair ia 
host and anchorman. 

In a remote tolacaat from Man- 
chester and o^iar potola to New 
Hami^ahire, praparaUons for cov- 
erage of the March 10 pitoMiy 
ele^ion will be shown, Filmed 
statamenta by aoiqe of toe lead- 
tog FresidentW pttonry particl- 
panta will be included. 

WiUiam K. Ztoaaer. antortam- 
ment editor, paye an tofermal 
visit to Bert Uhr at the comedy 
star's New Yofk tpartmenl. Thay 
talk about Lahr's new Broadway 
musical, '^oxy," among other 
thmgs. 

Richard Schickel, hooi. •. 

looka at toe upcomtog National 
Book AwanU, to ^anMWMed 
hrter m the wee^ '*"''' ***** **'* 
hand at picking 

fiction category. Ua atoo exaiiuiie^ 
choioes m other categories. 

Nancy Dickerson reports on the 
administraUon's efforts to en- 



Otoer m^mn are Juliet 
flvwaa, mHm' Htodatomi. 
Bobhy Vinlon aad Jerry Vale, 
g^mvtor, Ai«to« Franklto alao 
i^ppaaraon the program: 

Miii frowae, ^ho ^ a guest 
on tlto BttttlvMi fhov in immf, 
will present a song-and-daiice rou- 
tine. Florence Henderson, who 
^ atoft ii corrantiy co-atarring 
^i iltoNoel CowaWflaxry Kiu^ 
1^ Broadway musical "The Girl 
Who Came to Su|i^." Bobby 
Vtoton. recording star and teen- 
age idol, recently had America's 
number one hit reoard for sev- 
eral weeks. Jerry VSOe. popular 
singer, who also appeared on the 
pniram earlier ttak season, re- 
eenQy dooed at New York's Copa- 
cabana night cHi' 

"The £d SulUvan miuw, uw 
from New York, is produced by 
Bob Pre<. ireeied by Tim i 

KUey, Willi muwc hs Ray flloch 



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GA 8-9131 



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GY 7-8981 



Hirtz Baasaar 

CiHfrthouse Road, Oceana 
GA 8-7088 



Millers Dept 
Stores 

Opposite Princess Anne Plaza 
341-1358 









Morden's 
Applianees 

500 Laskin Road 
GA 8-4044 






W.G Johnson, 
Refrigeration 

327 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
GA 8-4671 




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^ Hilltop 
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PimessAmie 
Plumbing & 

Electrical 
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El^tric Service, 

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Lynnhaven 
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Wayside 



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Virginia Beach Um-mm, Thursday, f^th 5,%fM 



Social SMinrity Imi AtMt 



"Whe» yon nUNi tuM m 
curtty nay weU totconi fM 
moA Ttfaiablt aaiMi M^" €Ri- 
UoM Harvey J. mam, f^ 
lapreaMMive o{ tb« Norleft 
9am Security (Mfl<»i tM 
•bwU »]4 MpKt l«e mw^." 

Otefi^tetmMiit, MittBger ena^ 
tinued, ia wre to ecm lo ttsM 
«to i«^ on ii»|»f»nlly wMe- 
ipnee ivmnHH pn^BeRa irai 
be laart on Mra&Nti hi wob 
pwleda M tfat "tm ht^i." "Ova 



lil|^" or "M hR>" |«n TMm 
Niorti mm im\nmi airt iMHi 
m^ 0tph li «M^ *• «im 

htd only t iew fwH of aiikkilMiai 



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in blameless 
electric cooking.., 



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faster than ever 

New high-speed units and infinite c<hi- 
trols let you co4^ each £ood at exaet 
speed and temperature lor best NiUhs. 



easier cleanihg 

New featurm make er^ ^t mi your range 
easier u> get to . . » a4l ettuer to efeani 




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niore automatic 



livery prt ^^dms as automatic as your 
4ectric #ypaM on the new flan^bss "sensing'* 
Murft^ units. 



a«^^o| g^ ^W\^ i^^W^£^ rmety of desipi than 

cM»khi( ecjuipnient as "^r^ar as yoi* color scl^nMj. Take your 
f d^ and ^eotator wiiors . Iwflt-ins, eyeJeveb and 

„Ji, IMlA yMtf pWfel tl» eiMr-(Mnning features nK»t iwi- 
■nient few you ... of tto.auldmatic surface uniu Uiat make yo« a 



more efficient 



No lost heat betwei»i element and pan. 
Ovens hold heat M) yfreU ttoy're only 
about a third of the tiiae. 



••on" 



better «K)k automatically. Take « look at aD the new liat^rea 
on the new models displayed right nwf at jam live Better 
Electrically appUance dedcr. YottH eec why tta msw ultra- 
modern flamelcss electrics coA rii^ arotmd 4m >**^Jj*"* 
in a new flameless electlte t^0 ^ Ili^Mtol hmog^ 
May let . . . save WO on {|Md^9i^^ JnitalUtionl 45 

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<0M^Mv(rtM(ia 

a workM' attains nAinHmt igl 
m fv vm, «l for 
wmd le iktiifftoini itm 
^ eqo^^MeB fair* 



ments taasd on 4Mlf %W^ 
years but ti^ is 




leM afi. 9h^ er 
tn^ eanyafi of mytait i 



tvUnmm i^e.in 1M& «f IHif 
Thaexa 



exact mmim ^ 
tien years to cMsraMeil ly 
tuctiag tin Mi tba 4iW 
mudbir el yeais nWjdng 
1150 ai^ up to (iwt not 
ilH) the yMT ntireoMt a^ Ja 
miaaC 



It to taat $0^ 
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n^rmmx inIs to fiad eul 
iw^ he eta «9eaL A 
or 4e^ adrica to eiiA 
^tk i^Q if f iiiit at 
gecitotty <M&oei i^ W, 
Ian Ave.. Nnrt^ Va. J 



Heart til 
For Arta 
itttdied 



fow^ itoliiilAig a die 
Mart liSmt^tatf for the 
aieetingtiM * •-- - 

m leperi MdMlii^tt^ » 

aociition. "imwsupll tti pott^ 
luUi^ of sponaqrini or MFtttf^ 
^-^^-^-- a eat^-iMmaotty 






MJiiANii MtNiMfl ^^M^UM MiiKT m STATUTE 



An fetttodsA «I^Ha#7 i iniBli 
tm ol li fliysicitM iMts bag H- 

SmSBK 



l^fqit i^Mfihgs It e aeeftWl 
iilMMniary. 
0p. iKnard 
of ^ toard, 

i^Ml to ^toteiiiliiM 90 lie 
aha lor 1971, ittfS^fiellii^ )nt 
ne MttkA wait to tatce these 

1^ x^ed luH MM CMMy deai> 

Mi Aid. TU c^e at Kings 
Ml^ieM CUIirM's Heapka to 
toiteMfM t^OMMHUt AiiDda- 

9te iM nwHtoji^iain of Stt^ 

l^tf flil^ HmmI tEliaiit 

<Mii^ <tf ariek a fMM 
t(«yil WNiid MM »et»it i%|IMH . 
damt>4hemf ftr iMear '^ 
ppK^ sttifMry §» hetiei and 
UnNl vease^ inmM sMke it poe- 

#M let ttl AA ttttMaOo ^*<«k- 
<ipi»e# dMto «t "itoiieitaiiiBi 

IkMtiliMllHfMk. 

U liM aail^ Ita^ihfltkiil* tat 
tba deiMre ii ttie 9iif#eat advtt- 
Ofy ff«4i If:** ttH ikvcMl «f 
the nu#r oaasttoaa «t that Cttne 

"Tha iMPBUatit tf fUtoM Idwi 
laa liaeit indtouM fey the WNH 
{NM^toitie ^dtoi CBnte: sawtt 
l^«M^^Q0hto new pi«> 

f^mmMv$m JMiit atiiaF: « 
h^ wmmfmt * mm uprnmn 

m. l«o»«dk tlMMnt MilMit •» 
iatoMlve eoe «4k to Mv ^n^ 
ttag." Monsy to itt a aiiariNb- 
IM^ «| dwtoaa «*M "M ire 
ttlirtM tiito eMM fee ofetitwfrt '* 

^ MM sumy ii Hrt e taf Oe 
equlnBient eetk^ m^Ut ntt 
itfeand 912MQ0» itfth «n ei^ai> 
^hn^Bleill«M>efe«r. 

Dr.. ifittif yofejN jWit ffi • 

«d irii^ et torl^toy tt»ii^ 
AamM^on. maU ail |i IftM* 

pelitte e^ tli^ yreWst Id)^ 
aictont m w e eiwwfrt^ 

Such aa iodiviftaal «aes ^eetol* 
tosil pioeeduna and eiectee&ics 
mriifimA to Dm dtognosto of ^ 
lUKsaiitltoe of featfW biped vetHia 
and ctreiitoitkm, and anfwcriiee 
^ epowtive and poat-op«r^ve 
<aae4»{ petjiento wbo. el tfato t|PQ^ 
^ve eomgia circutotory nfm^ 
Ions. 

The comnuHM'f rsfoit jow 
li^lind the aimiiilkn was "ih- 
tenitod only in hoping to make 
tta £KiUty a m^ and not ia 
x^i^tog it or dkMng »« twiv; 



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Vlrglnfi Umh SUf^NfV\«, tf^uroky, ^ff^ B, 1^4 



FIOII YOUR ASMCULTUML AGENT 



uie iiM4 V^Md Gflda Phcwh 
OMiy moBt to te0d • powt ok^Mt 
dtv«it«d Mr**. Under this mtm- 

li i jwi fi iti for dlvcitlng 
grtin acTii to eonaerving 

Sttfi^ mter in stock ikmmIi 
to • «DDserviiHt uw for dl^iM 
•CTM. And farmers bulkHBgi^n* 
aBthto tad am tun eUglMe te 
dinnrioin pejnnente. 

IRondt piofide water for !!?»' 
iloek, fttfaHh food and recrMtloQ 
lor ftdi W Bou OKI on go^ fin 
pratoebon \l kneled near iNtiU- 



yy>r eweiy acre under 
thaw shouM »e wtftdent graa i id 
•(Male in the watenhed «ipm M 
praloct the pond jEh>m iadta^ite< 
thm. TMi can be done wttft i^ 
other apimwl conaervinf imm m 
(i«ei^ 1(01*, wBdlite food mVtib- 
Hat ptaatingi; tad ptniiMM, 
temporary, or rotaitton eoiwv of 
grawi and legiinwa. 

fwsmn «an partidpite In the 
V^aed Grain Program and ItiH 
^plgr for coetaliare asriUmee 
Mar the AgrieKltural Conaer 
votfoii Prograni or the Orait 
nalaa CMHerfatioa Profrun in 

eonaenwtlon uaea on 

the 

%irv ill'- aiteroated 
^witii the Co«MiT 



noM InforaMAMn. 




Ivary MOMfm^ it diMam. 
An yw NiMJ^t 

U m emtpBcy a^hea yw 
iB ^wp t rad , nAM }w ^m% taw 
aNM ^itoMiw fwr hone nd 
iHi^ ewM he oM^— ^n 
tM. tti tti^ «Ml to you. 

In Mffy Aiqa^sa, t^ny foa^ 
tad a wirvlvil phw. f^m a fire, 
flood « MIn attack ttw^^ad, 
«^ panM hMl a ^ to do. M^ 
unl ^art er a tornadoaa, floc^ 
Mtee**^ flra^ burrioMM^ tea 
ft«n«^-AUl ha^ai. ffow, ttM 
^mbWy of nuclMT <irar poan 
m irtdttional toert to aU Ameri- 

1^ Minrlvt, owdtfn AnwrK^nt 
mutba^M^Ht, ^aayfe> 
p»M, at fteir iMvft^n. If yov 
^an fM- an wnexiancy liefoie t 
o(^r», ^mt dMA^i of b^4 
tftva and tai^r ^tarM^ n^ 
te gi«^ tosMMd. 

OvU DmMm MittwMi aug- 
fMto ^Oi^ M aafMt ^^ to 
your hoHM « M ^Mr term. Add 
AieUiftg to ii^» tt l}^. A 
abetter naatet be ti^airt, oo^ 
aafa. Be i«Mi^ to Wka irtv^aga 
^the be« tfitfv cvittMa i« 
all times tee • two nwtfa sup- 
ply of food, iwlar, nd <^«- 
evoiyday ainnrtrti to 3^ sh^ 
ter area. 

Don't git w^^ i^MtrwB 



Sxtenaon Office for not kno«*^ tow to fi^. Tlieie 




4-H Activi^ 
and Evenb 




•^ w^ we ffl ^^ vkMms wto ato io wo m^ tt 



'?-1!ri f"\U 




4 * * 

This time ol the year 4-H'ers are ^msf mm^^ 
npetitioc for state awards in ^1^^ Mitels 
pfHyoiuag Ae project work and other a^Mtm Wtt tt^ 

SBUHX VCBT. 

are goii^ to take field w^ prtei. 
>tw grounds beautificetioa or ^nUttjmp^ 
„. TP are certain thincs vo« shouW do M «li tiaM, 

■m 

V. ii you wani 10 piant aiKl make e 

>^ere you mA plant it. 
rake a soil test <rf area you want tx> plant 
infonnatiM) on how to do this firom the 
tsion Office). Results of this test will 
if you need lime or fertilizer and 
iow mitfh you jieed. 
^ ^>etermine mt cbtes you need to plant your 
shrubs and prepare ground in ad- 
vance. 
vbur tilanning, planting time wHl be here 



ST«A HON CONTEST 

> take part in the City 4-H Demonstra- 

March 21st To help you give the best 

-, the City Ext«)sion Staff has {danned a 

thop for March 7, 19M. from 9:30 to 12:()0 

jkm Kitchen in the BxtMukm Office, PriU' 



AMwiw «« dfr#>ymr«^ Insur- 
SMe ai^MA ttbe Vim ^xir Uls 
imy M sA fli^. 
rwm vMfw iwHip rivpwn I in 

Virgil iMdl Moun^dal 
1^ hods «n imw ^mtt in a 
^^ jNttle improveimnt easocU- 
ikm ^o^wn ^n^Md ^ecte ll y 
tor tt«i. 

The Virginia B^ CMtle tai- 
prov^nMt Aiaod^AA tet b^n 
In o^^on #noe IttW, but now 
^ pr(v«m tea 'been bn^tened 
to ^MkKle spaced pntMpetioft by 
eonuMroU Nrrd ownpni u^er 
Uw Commercial KvMleii* 9m- 
pvm. 

The aim <A ttiis new sm^am te 
to offer • performsnee toeing 
appiMA to commiKlal oittle- 
mm ttat is Jtexpeaiive, pr«Aical 
and ^n^to-4wt eff«^ve. C^ 
nMdn dif fwBi^ to that msxtc^ In 
^ Commer^ fteedwa' Pro- 
^m are not of^^ iri^ thoae 
from tte SOLA are of fteU. 

RlssAr^ has d^iriy dmm tt*t 
tlM two flM^ iiq?<^ul e<»uionic 
te«Ma in beef oMle (growth r^ 
gn^) era iml^^MdMA awl 
heriNde. tlito ^mw M c^le- 
men en sMces^il^ iiae pnto^ 
mam^ i%&s^ to adart for tei- 
prav«BM* In tfte teiM, ^^• 
ato^ or taga^v. Pttfonuma 
r^o^ j^nr ^arly wMch raws 
and ^iBs ai« ttM b^ and tte 
iwonat proAMwab 

CMttcmen 1^0 wmald Ue to 
Mm piit in lUs nnr pMpHi 
ahmdi MitaM ttgr eM» tama# 

T rNa S|)flfiQ wwa 

Treat your oat seed iMs string. 

Such treafUnent has been «^>eci- 
ally impwtaolf^^ past few years 
beeauae of troufaia from loose 
and covered aoMits and saadUng 
bllghU. All tlMM aaaMw an 
hufa^ cootroUed by ehanical 
seed trsttmenA. 

9mA tt e i l i weirt wM fte fv^tf 
eh^totf iM dM^ aeedtoaa 
t^t. mtk mmm i&bI jiaassi 

rel tte aMd w 1^ M^^p, teed 
twafmftnl 1^ M^ a)irird 
wteeto ixf wiHiiM^ing beltaf 
M^ ^ pito ^ ^PiMes te 
^e H te teVMt % fe^^ 
tflntaM <MMMt iM^ «w the 
appaaranoa of ttM p^. 

Clean oat aeed ^MMiigM^ be- 
fore treating, b^hne ttto re- 
moves under^litri, itolvri^ dto- 
eased grains and havM a nne 
uniform lot to be #iatod. ft^ar 
cleaning also maovw mug wMd 
aeed that may be fMMl, ft^^w 
cleaning before ttatfaMA Vk m- 
sentM for beat re^tt^^iMKl^H^ 
ieal seed traaitinMi 

Seif^al food^mtoti tt«^ 
uMmMs tra avtfMde ^mmv, 
the mercury products penetrate 
better becai^ they an* volatile, 
and therefor fungickles such as 
Oarsan and Panogen are uanally 
recommended. 

It taks only about Vi ounce of 
duirt to traat a bushel of oat seed. 
"nte seod should be treated at 



nIA ^ 10 to W pomtt^ ao^ 

^tr^m per adre. fUs AwM 
{RDvl<te gm^ rt laaat two 
w«eks etrlier tfian f^0mm not 
receiving the wMMond rMn^m. 

Top^^ naaU grslns nm 
nttn^i Mw to attnBUjirte fraiM 
for evly ap^ WsUMI QtoA 
vid early .^ril). I^n p»Ai 
wUl be ^aetio^ we M to M 
pminte ^rogw R^uve Mve- 
i^uxk frwn «»n pito fld^ 
pvteal^ nM nMtaM pwed 
dose, irtim tM&ing is ^tmmA, 

Topdms cover o^ flaft^ite 
such M rye, other ffiim, ud t^ 
0«as with ao to 30 pounds iA 

r^m for eaify ^ring faring 
for pad^ hay. and/or 
sUi^. t%e l^tf m^ A^d be 
used for {UDhmiid pttdi^ or 
whoe mUsitel wm be tefve^d. 

naeed lattw dovnr to «^ 
duudgruB and liJl iMcue paa- 
tores if it Has been kit. 

If hfOh pan and <tev«r in th# 
{MiAure have teen krt or darr 
1^ 90 severriy • tteC reoovory 
iHU be A>w, reaaed «: ov«raeed 
te pairtnra. 

^te ^tts fiff Mrty seediM 
jnee^d «muD«r v^^immm 
paiiure ai^ kn0 orops^ simA aa 
pMfi ^Uel, s^to ^MS, or 
Mda»4KM^um fsmmm. 



MIXOK elm: title 

CAftRia WINDOW AIR CONDIT^^ir^ 
UNITS AT SAtOAIN PRICiS 

AUTHORIZED i^»«^^ omm^m 

LA»OE and ^MAU APPLI^^I R#Atl» 



NOW!! 



VIRGINIA BIACH HAS A 

3 MINUTE 
CAR WASH 

WITH A WONDERFUL NEW IDB^. A CAR 

SHAMrcO THAT HAS A WAX BASE TO 

P^TECT YOUR CAR FROM ^LT SPRAY 

ANDBUDWIhKIMNO. 

mmmmmammmmtmitmmmmm 

AU THIS FOR OMLY $1.75 



29fh It Arctte Ave. M^m^ E. Herxirick, ^r. 

Owntri— Eugene H. and R^^rt E. Hendrids 



* Helg Ym Wm A 

SECOiii) MORTGA 

AT ^m RATB 
K. L JAM9, MUUnM 



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hnn vnu will be given 'pdntOTs on how to 

hat materials you should use, imd least 24 hours befoie pt^*^»wg aa 
aiK;Jui posters to assist in te presentation ^ 



npete in any of the following ireas, provided 

he project; Automotive Care and Safety. Beau- 

.^,«, ..rounds, Bread. Canning. Clothing. Dairy Foods, 

ntomology. Food.*— Nutrition, FtMestrv, Frown Foods. 

ivmwnt. Home Manacement, and Soil and Water 

"tere will be two divisions in te Contest— Juntor. 

. 3 years cM, and Senior. 1 3 to 2 1 years of ace. 

fie Senior division will be eligible to ooinpete in te 

... .. i>^*^»iifQj^ jq April. 

■. "■ * « 

SHAii£ IKE !• i N HtOGRAM 

We aie most htnwv to announce te completion of a successful 
-te-Fun Talent Proeram. This Program was planned and 
jcted bv xhf 4.H Council of Vireinia Beach. 
Roth Ann(c C^vt^r of the Bavside Oommunitv 4-W Onh wss 
■r of te Scnkvr nivision With a moookmie entitled "Aunt 
«". nnd won a scholawhio to te State 4-H Short Courts to 
M nt VPI. fnwi June 22-27. 1964. Runners-up in te division 
Parol Broteiton. of the Thalia Oommunitv 4-H Oxh\ and 

i«n of the CQurthcHise Communitv 4-H Oub 

..wohie Johnston of te Ride-a-whvk 4-H Gub won first 

in ihr Ttminr nivisim with a irfaoo rendition of '*Cle*nente" 

rvKhJe will tecfive a vr«r*s suh^cnntinn t^ the 

nai. J-»* "^ic^w*. Riinn^f^s-nn in thU H'visinn wf r^ TVHhi*» Pnvn- 

• tno ??!ilA..a-«<|iv1^ AM OiiH *»T»H • •wnnn art rmitlH "4-H 



«• ft pih*«w«^ niiMWfvt ri«*frM Rwtiwfrt 

I f^»«w MwMrAi ««« ^«^ Vfiwlnta Aiwwwttf^ d 

i ««irw mart*. li«t»v^ hv rliiHi wm* HWteiwwIivte — I,tod» 

'^*<-**. CHftTvl WalVM- T«oJ«v MMHiL lt*te 1^*«w. IRiitP^ 

itnmv P^ssrv. >»nd FHHi^ fUwunr T|wU«— T»n» TJnd- 

Msm arrtrh^rton Debbie Clart. DrtMe P^. Janta McAn- 

and Debbie Soott. , 

nww«» Pec** of te Rlndrwater ntwm^rtv Ot** etrf Marv 

he "ntalia Comwinniiv 4-H OA w^ W^llWi« of 

nd Mrs. C H Bongard, and lirt. l^y CM^ MAled 

•ram showed that the 441 had • te of tt^M and iw 
-- and better pragraniMrt vemr. 

• • • 

TS 

Automotive Care aM &fety Meetine— The Fneine 
encral— F.mtee Fofd Co.. Va. B*ach--7 in o.m. 
onstration Wori^ip — Deraonstntion Kitchen, 
"% Amie, 9:30 a.in— 12:00 Noon 
~ OBmaniBity 4-H Meeting 
ty D cm oiis tf aOo n CoBteat. Dreaa Revue 



the chemical fumes can panatrate 
throughout te aeed. Treatment 
may be done several weeks before 
planting if te aeed la stored in 
a dry place. 

A mixing machine, such aa a 
lurrel, cement mixer, or an old 
chum is helpful in treating aeed. 
A chute arrangement called te 
Minnesota Grain Treater is very 
convenient. This treater saves 
time and does a terough Job. 
Farmers can build it themselves 
from plan supplied by my offke. 

Chemicals used in aeed treat' 
ment are poisonous, as are all 
disease control materials. How- 
ever, tey are not unusually 
dangerous, and common sense 
jMrecautions are adequate. Seed 
aiioald be treated out-of-doors or 
in a well ventilated room. Treated 
seed should be storad out of reach 
of iliiffiAls, and surplus treated 
aeed should not be fM to live- 
stock. 
Ideas To Incraaae 

AmisAMAlln a»w IWM of 

U^y tel wt^, bKwne of te 
WMM diovi^ te te^d-OMiB- 
hM IM^ ffmrii^ seasn, Mi^ b^ 
1^ id^ "Miaug for wasra of in- 
ffl|M)ng fmupi fi^uettaa. ^ 

^a% tm 8MM w0MQMa to 
iM^ tenufs ^Mseise tti^ jto^ 

Topdr^ appoiuMMely % 
■oe ^ M^Ml unit tk JMl imed 
el ta^ iNpM, mf^uimm, w 
bluegk^ f^nAuie idltt W (0 SO 
pounds per aae tf i^mA ^Im- 
gea in earty aia^ in ittHttM 
early growth. S^<A aa area 
where grass is gw4. V 
and/or potashr is ik« 
ply a Tertiliaer ^^ining te 
needed nutrianta ^ a irie lo to- 





p this little piggy has none . . . 
it's ail In Virginia National Bank 



savings accounts 




where if 



earns 4^intr "est on savings 



certificates 




and 3^/4^ on 



passbook savings 




VIRGINIA 
NATIONAL 
BANK= 



" ifkuwoiJi Cf oLumLr Co. 



559 BIRDNKK RD. 



"VA. BEACH'S ONLY MILLWC«K" 



m 

CLUMTtH fllV 



VIRGINIA BEACH 



428-7471 



2 



CONSdUDATf YOUR BILLS 
Call MA 7.2571 

PHONE m YOUR APPyCATIOIf NOW 
Wi WttL CONSOUDATt ALL YOUR DEBTS WTTH 

MORTGAGE 
HOKE LOAN 

• ^ to |1«,«M • Mb K*rumn Ckmtm 

• BmA mmi WM Laiitr-.No Brohtn^ Fm 

(^ DtiJy 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. • Saturday 9 tp / ^ 

FIDELITY COMMERCIAL CO. 

MA7.2S71 Suito 311, Uw BMg. 




I 






We have the 
SKELL BURNER-PAK 

Fttr mmt m/mfrmtion in 

TIDEWATER VA. 

CALL 428-1000 



Well tend a specialist to check your burner and tell 
you h#w much the Burner-Pak could save you. Q^ck, 
accwate— absolutely no obligation. *»- 



Perfdni lurror Se^ice 
I& Oil Coii|»ny 

iNvfakHi el Mm Wmn be. 




CaltndulM of Pacific B««wty 
•train «r« tiMt-TMlstant, but 
•v»n to th«y flfflw b«tt«r wh«r« 
■WMthtr It eosi dyrin{| tumrtitr. 

Thert ftr« two UmM dnrl&g 
th« trewlBK iMwM -whM eth»> 
dulA* may b« pl«nt«d— earljr in 
•ptkiK and ia Bii4-iuiBiB«r for 
fall bloom. Vqt tboao flowera pre- 
fer cool woalkor aM titaoB Nat 
when tha aaa it B«t too hot* 

Tke flteat tfp* of emhAiuW 
todmy U thnt c^l«4 Paclflc Beau- 
ty. Tkit calendula group atandti 
liMt better, haa lkiier> loacw 
atMieiad llowert hr evttlnt^ 
rtttiiet' mMn lit the bie«M»ii| 
A lon^u- iMiMR of Ueim 
tki cABdvMi et r^tkrw 
y«NR 

ll Ml iMiriMt ^ ^ ftclfliiy 
WtMf iMlk ft liilttttrl or In^ 

i*e caHMl pk ttth- crtwi: A|«rli 
(At BMk^i (^Wtt Biatt^» L»at] 
0% BMuty, t%m% BMuty aaff 
Pertimnjon Beauty. The mixture, 
of eMne, U«)u4«l Ml « th«a» 
ahMMl. 

In addltloh to tbM« tatanflntlit 
with their Mc 5 inrh blooms, 
there ti al§o a uafQWl devMQ|>^ 
meat- created caleA^U. tM^ 
were^o rt^aatyi ^ a Qwiaaa 

Ci^lfrtliA. 

S«eh flower haa a ^«Ail en* 
^^er, composed of little quilla. 
Siime of theae are tipped with 
bmvf . othera ftrtt teH-e^Nd^ 
Tlitt^^ter creit is framed by a 
Ningle row; bnt more oftea two 
rowB of giiard petala which ortr- 
Hp one another. 
• ATailftbfe on^ la vimd eMon, 
these croaMd emlftnduias are ai 
«&sy to grow a« Paclic DeatUy* 
and i^d a conr^MUioQ piece to 
your garden. 



fcbiluilft lfi4. 

Wuittm AMord UngRy^^ 

Plaintiff 
agtant 
Patty Hargrove, DelmdaM. 

Ihe object of ttk suit U te 
obtain a divcwce a Vinrald 
MatrioKwii from ttie ttid M&aA* 
th\, upon the grounds of desar- 
tk>n without just cai^ Ux mx$ 
titan one year. 

And an i^davtt haviM bem 
made and filed ^M ^ MmA- 
ant is a n(Hi-re»dent of dw ^ta 
of Vitfinia, the last kiwwn port 
office addreu bei^: Bro^yi^ 
New York, it is (Httered that dM 
do appear here wtdiin tea (10) 
days after due public«tioa hap- 
of, and do w|ial may be neces- 
sary to protect tier interest m 
this suit. 

A copy — teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
BRYDGES & BRYLK p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, ViiginM 

2-27-4Th 

IN THt cycuiT court"" 

CITY 6¥ WIOINIA BEACH 



Virginia i^^ SUN-NEWS, Jhurtda y, Mar^^S 



t964 




^rr^'TTm17^ 



fmuA ^K hmw f n«i the hor- 
rar ofift at night. UL ep- 
mwi. fU« i»tmin| syaliein 
^^^a day. V^UAM). 



m^m twwm flnvidi - 

aK tyfm (d CyidiMt to order 
BHttueriiii. burineai tottin, ea- 
vetopa addreaing. i^ndla, ed- 
iting by 1^4^ naajors-collega 
padualM. If ^m need aecra- 
laiU mgfkt occasionally, even 
^ ^a^ Mta*. let us take care 
of y«uf fveric. Rates on request 
(M Jea&na Price GA8430S. 
Sll 7«h St, Virginia Beach. 



It FOR in^^W^ATE ACTION 

nmsmmf — ^ 



43 PeaiflMi WanMi>-P«mafo 



QUAUFBD BOOKiQaP^ — 
avaiajrt)}e tor «naU hMiMM con- 
cerna. Will acheA^ vmt at 
your conveQieB<». Ako mimeo- 
graphing doiw. Rates reaaon* 
able. Talepfaone lUUOL 

44 Position WantMi-Mala " 



• LiGALNOTK:tt 



teteOM^Oneeeffliear- 
a^ C^f4m C^ of Vk- 
1^ Beech, m tlto 24tli itay of 



en tha 17lh day m nenwnb*1Ma 
In fha Nbttar ef the m-An <^ 
LILA W. TUeiCtA, AMasMl. 
It appetriflg ttat a t^Mt <A 
flw aecOttiKs of the pumiA fe- 
presentatlvc of I^ W. tacker, 
dceased, and of the dMa mA de- 
mands aplnit the mmt iMve 
been fltod in m ank% <Xa«e oi 
thia pMil IM W mm than 
six montiM have riipaed iinoa 
tha qiMUfiOilMi& of tl» pMtoari 
(eprtaeatativ^ oi fuMm M Vir- 
ginia NaUonal ttM^ Atahditra- 
tor of the llatate of Utai W. Tucl^ 
er, tt ii oi-dW%d that the credttoxf 
of lila W. Tudcer, decease anl 
6t the eatate, and aU oilAr pe^ 
am IntereM^ th aiid «^, aii- 
ptir Ui ^ C<Airt tm «ie 20ti 
day of March, 1964, and iho« 
cause against tin payment and d#> 
livery of the estiate, wi^o«^ tt- 
funding ibonds'to Beveil^ Dan<i^ 
ridge Tucker, ElUs Nfenmo Tack- 
er, and fVancis Bland iHidlet. 

A copy of tiiis ord^ shiA ba 
published once a week ior four 
consecutive weete is the Vii^ii^ 
Beach Sun-News, a mmip»,ptt 
pul>li*ed in the City of Vlrginie 
Baach. Vfrginia. 
A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. WJ^mmm, Cterk 
By: Mary M. indla. D.C. 
Wil^Qx. Cooke, Sai^ige 4 
- -^ «iee, p.q. 

.MaikMial liffik ffiwktinrg 



HAVl GWTAR; fftL TRAVEL 
to anytiung that meets: children 
tu- uMi parties, sN*vice clul>s. 
chur^ frtwp — fdks aongi 
from a nringin' ftHiotenany to 
team reatnined old English 
balMs. Also stpiare dance oaU- 
ing. Wym Price, 211 70th 
StreiA, Vir^nia Beadi. Call 
GA8-^6. 



Retired officer, collefe graduate, 
will tutor Math ami Chradsk^. 
High sdKxd and C^Uege Itvd. 
GA 6-3510. 



mTmim-i] 



.Jt^m 



fii90m*Mk 



lMii-«kii liooleun for am 
rwMi IB the hoe*. |4.IB etfl 
ami ^rry (no dealeri). WalaB 
rurttttttra, 17th ft Baltic 



■ li^i. iM^MM 



AAEflCHANCMSE 



fO Artlclai Per Sato 



PIANOS— Used. Spinets, Gnnds, 
Uprights. Concert Hano Tuner. 
James A. Kelley. CUl «2a4^7 
1^ ajn. and 8-11 pjn. 



Pii^fO IJiSSONS, far ba^nheis. 
My Immi or years. 200 77th 

T^nrWoitt - tJied. 

Bodp and Sold. 

]fc^<^ 13.00 

OCEAWTV 

Oceana, Va. 

f^ft doM* te Howard Geaners 

Hi<«i QA 84774 



CLOTHIS UNI P<^TS— 122.88 
completely Installed, heavy 
duty T pos», with four lines 
UOO feet), set in concreto. 
Phone GA84^2. Fuel. Feed 
k Building Sup^^ bie. 



G^w year own Fruit and Nats. 
frii copy 86-pg. Planting 
^^ Catiddg in color offi»ed 
t» Yit^Mt htrgest growers 
M thm trees, nut trees, berry 
^tfte, pt^ viaai and k»d- 
^1 plant^ ffltt^. Ssles- 
ttMMe wanted. Waynertyoro 
rnBHra% wsfMnRO, Ttr- 



I^r rert to ^^. 
himae, 

mt liiMiili 



wm 




Two bedrooffl liouse 
Yearly rental Fenced II 
Three blocks from 
»ha<te. Citt 46»<>9g 




t^Jmarfntton Unfymlt^M 

AMttiaMtB — ftovUbed er 
iMttMi. AU ««M ttaiM. 

428-13^. Nights 42fr«883. 



IHiinlwiil rttiea Pit.iBI| 



Office or smaU M Ibr t^Ht. 
corner jUft # neflc. C»a 
gywijr^ jW-lW nights ciH 




in AMHmims PumtaliWi 



TELEVISION SETS-4Jaed, to 
working condition. |10 up. &«h 
and i^ny. ^ach TV Servi<»^ 
42 2 Virginia Beach Bli^ 
428-7021. 



M Ttat^peiliMiH 



A ft P ©rWMWWys toe.— We wfll 
dellwr your ear to <» f^om any 
tUty. Osr^mfy aaieotad (klveti. 



Lamps. dWi«, potted ^ts, 
tuxedo, womens and metii 
clothing like new. Misal- 
laneotts wttelea. -KM 428- 
2126. 313 35A St. 



One betbroom, living roofMlHl 
enette. Centrally locateUPWF 
onaUe not. OaU OAft49lD. 



l%aAer d«Ms naU uBtenubed 
^Mteei^ Pteler i t y ^ neat 
I'^esa Ame nm. Wtm h- 
a^te isnMteed. Ym^ lent^ 
tfl«l OA 8-15^ n"- ^ "" 



12 Lest-FeUrtd 



liMt-^ Male m. DaHt grey and 
#blle with yellow and idack 
loa^l^ Itod coUar with 
ictoUficeUtm. Vicinity link- 
h<*n faA. TOward. OA »-2883. 



Ten 



VIKWITVim 



m 



ID YOU 
NOW . . . 



/ 




- Letterh^ds 

- Btt^p^ Cards 

- Brochures 

- Business fotvm 

«. Wadding 
. uuiounc^wtits 

- Enj2Tavinf 



COMMERCML 
PRINTING! 

FOR EST^A^ATE 
CALL US 
(3A 8*2401 



MJTQMOTIVr^ 



Five «ktciiiitts« <^ hM«m 110. 
Double and sim^ esA mim 
$3. Gaa tait wetar beaMa 1^8. 
OU drums ^ gals,, to m |^« 
$10 each. Doi« S^oms, Seal 
fMate, 428^6 83. 

SOTSTWRlfrWJRfc 
bedrtwn» feimui SimnMRM 

m^al fumltui^ 
Coi^s and hde Green 

Doi^e beds 
Ntte stands 

lAUitte chalri 
D^ chairs 

IDi^^T Desto 

Uig^e iMa 
I^mps — floes' Md <te^ 



418 Ml St. 0h« and ti«b had- 
reom apartments. Btoetzie 
stove, refngerator, an d h^ JW h 
IMT heater in all aetraMhfek 

Yearly rent. Wller htmlshed. 
^8-2724. 

Bmm MOTEL APAaTHONTS 
1, 2 room af ficieoqea com- 
pmf htmlilMd. Wiikly. 
nsnttiy. "We cak funysh 0h 
irything but food." 800 month- 

^ ^iwnnnm GAS^OSO, GA 



HUiM — IM floor nnnM^ 
0^tnent. VimA a^. Vmy 
reirtai. i^imt 



124-A l^rt Preperty Per Sale 




tlu^ 2 - bedroom apaitmenls, 
furnished and imfumiAed. 
NtaMfy doUara per month. Ap- 
p^ after 3 pjn., 210 22nd St. 



ISTATI OP MAIWIY R. DYE, 
DECfASED 

SHOW CAUSE ORd^ 

It effMMring thai a i^>ort of 
ihe account 6f the YirgiUa na- 
tional BIfiltr a i^ttitotiM tf M- 
tional Bahk of Comhw^d 'of Nor^ 
Wlk, Viirginia, Eiecgfc(« ^ t^ 
EsUte of K*v# R. ^} P6(M» 
ed, and of the dvUs in demainl 
against his estate, Jm bMn filed 
in the Clerk's Offi^, And ^ 
moie .than ibi iBn0H have 
elapsed since the qoaUffiiftldh M 
Umii of pem Exeo^r, ft to 

t^RiJ^KHb ihit m creiltort of 
and all hthei^ Intoretted in Mbe 
estite do shdw caitA ta the BWi 
day of Itlarch, 1W4, beltoe the 
aforesaid Court, at its C#i^room 
al 10:(J0 a.m., on the said day, 
against patient and i$^mfM 
the Estate dl mn^ *. Wi 1^ 
ceased, to the kyMlti^^^^MI irt 
the Will withofit require re- 
hmiyhg bond, It 'm ft«tfc(Br ^ 

ORDERED fant the MtM^ 
portlott ttf iUi(ls Otder be publM- 
ed in the ,yirginia BeaA 1^ 
News once a n^ek ftn- ttur Ac- 
dMive weeks. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. TONtiuas, qwt 

By: Mwy M. White, D.C. 

(Jdhn rToflblll) 
Board of Trade Bldg . 
Norfolk 10, Vh^att ^10 

t.t7.«* 



MiiJiir"^ ^'^^ Silt 

^i^OpT, 1016. Qodi condi- 
tio. CM Ik cN^ <^^ 
iR^fcli 0^1-1479. 

M O R RB WNOfB, toiijfertible, 
1»7. Mmi «aif« woA. $300. 
CaU ^8444^. 



LASAKIE, 19Ui. 4 dr. 

: WhHe w^ tirtH ppwer 

Aieri^ power wrakH radio 
and lleatwr. ©the* extras. 
Mb^ ^m0 Mm. One 
owner. iBou^ new Mfc. Will 
h. QHN. G. Bidike 428- 



Would rsthM* edl as <»e M. 
Can be seen by calling 428-2(^ 
for appointmOTt 



»3 Heuseheld Oje^ 

BOOKS— literature, history, toa- 
vels, non-fictitm. Any quairtity 
in good condition. CaH tlAS- 
7326, 5 to 7 pJII. 




H jg^^^ Jar^ 



i,.A. 




CUSHM) ADVBm»NO 
RATi: 






OMimm DimAY: 



•dtttowCTMi. 



VAGUt^ Cli^i^l&^oover. 
tun tat mni/m, P^diipt e^ 
fldent reralrs. Pidc ip and 
Mvery. Pfcone GA 84222. 
Fuel FMd * Buildiil Sup- 



New anl IMM ^iptt^ 
UpholsteJId tti 
Oak Wasl^ai^ 
Barrel chair 
Swivel Rock^ 
Ocoasioml CMr 
Boudoir Chlfr 
Small che^ 
Sofa bed 
New bedreem t^i, Burii 

Rug, mitm ^ 

1000 A^i^ M^^ ^ 
Virginia SM^ MRI 
"Wi Buy M SeU 
Usel keidtttdtoe." 



tkean Coun Motel Apartments, 
m-tm stmt Efficiebcy 
Mtt^nti. All uUllUes ha^ 
i£hed. AIM. 4room span- 
limit -uid fandahed rooma. 
Block from Boa Staliei. J^ 
week er m onth. 

^rnislwd rad unfumidied one 
to 4 bedroom homes and apar^ 
mmis. .Short term or yee^. 
Ai^Kffplaalty. CaU GA8.7421 
inytliWN j 

114 Heusea Per Rent * ^ 



eratum hi the Vi^^ 
N#Si ^H swtl^. ta^ ttte 
iS^x^, Mrimming pooL 
Ifainy rooms conveJ^e aio 
AuM^rith &^^a« ttd M^ 
ea ttc^^ Wta^k^Ul b^ni^ 
ttt^y fw sntt-r^l«t i^^ 
with if^^BKWy f^^ to 
adi. 8^ imtt m bi^to. 
The priie ^ 11^ l^w fte m- 
iHd $10,000 per rwm ^m Mr 
mote^alVlr^hBe^. " 
AtklMcn, Reel mm^ 
GA84441 



tt 
% 




e(W|ge, furnished 

m Mkw«wd. lis per month 
ea»&. Vieaat. Tele^ione 



mm 
Am 

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to 

mm 



AUCTIONI 



DISPLAY 



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itKtt^s SEftvta 




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31 BtHWhMh-tMalrieg 



M^ Alftl «#AIR WORK 

Mui^ -» Ifeatillg 
^(^cal — Air Cond^nhig 

l^m guscnucAli 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 
fl^M ^6-2660 



^ypYMENT 



# j^^^awt^l^le or female 



(mm M4mt ntd^ihg in Math 
towbff 7^ piufe moth. One 
^u t ««^. Cdl #8^)602 
atttf 8 p.n. 

CANYmiSEsI? 
Pr^sK Anne llshorial Plrk has 
q^^^ tm man or wonian over 
W to fi^uA new insu#d fam- 
i^ ^iN^lon plan to Tidewater 
f^to. niU training jj^ven if 
1^ are eMepted. Can idee one 
poaon ^fi ^sa. Top eommia- 
a^ piM ive^dy- CaU $4(V8070 
ftw irt^i^ar. After 5 ^m caH 



Refirigeratdi«» fre^^ atovea, 
living rieib fuifltura, dosm 
rugs, bodW, bedroom funritwe, 
paint, ims, mattreaata, 
•prings, iNlch fundftaM^ 
cabinets, Hie - a - biec, eM^ 
chain, ehis^, liwriwm. Y<w 
name it-^ii» have it rtitf at *d^ 
acmable prices aal ea^ totals. 
Hutz Bazi^, !227 First C^nM 
Rd.. Oceans, 428-70K. Open 9 
to 9. 



u^SIFttb 



IMnce Yitt fa 
OMMeitt|KprtM 

aiMsoira WM ■f. f** **• 

$2000 $22.11 $16.8$ 
3000 33.12 23.33 

lie Fhst aiiSeceai 

Morfgage Scnrkea 
MA2-98i#--24hoan 



liUCT VACATE )A -«»-.. 
Eveiything Must Go 
NAtUAFAIRPRICi 
^ mi or mote iteou 
awl ^V are yours. 
Pnurt end liuhine Aeoessortes 
Mamaag Machine 
<hun«e Toois 
l^cWc Ranges 
KNiAenaad firyeiB 
9km Sanders 
B E N N I X ' 8 
AVIO WJ 

c/o 
SdraijM^toad 

4m«H 



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2!SBZ& 



■Hmow iUuNlla, Dtoc^se 
313-35lti§te««t 
Virginia Beach • 



Deadlines*, 

Monday. It MB. fet Tms«^ 



tMMly, 



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imtmi.mn 



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Work wM*^. I^ time., typing. 
FUiag. M^. 0-12. Catt 418^730 



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B^Y aiUwKS-Days fg work 
iog ma^ttL C^ 42S-7130. 



InsfrMfkNi m 
Pltfio, Organ, Accdrdtan 
JU 7-0466 - 428<^y 

MERCHAM^K 



IND MORtCACES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVICK 

ANCHOR REALtV 
CA $-7421 AKmA\E 

9um^mmimmmmmmmmaMmilkmtmm 

NkSmpt home financing 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
■no iK>u«M •«!«■ - Mo*rptA 



M. M, WALKER 

I^K^INO^lUTTlWltW 

Urn Km^id Mi GiMK^ M^«» 
BmA Ikr m fm m mn 

NEW OR fifiPAJR 

QA§4 



cctXMrv 

Servicnig aU mtim UMk and 
whi£% ^er^ iM h»^ 

Pnnqpt, ^fwlfat ^Wei 

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In The News 



;'?*d Lc t.dward J. Hannaq (left) holdn a reunion with 
ok>nc) Wittiam J. Hannan, at tte l^^iing Force 
cflol, Lrttk Cretk titvtA Amphibioui Btoe. 
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JTTUE CREEK — His- 
lOO repeats itaell in the Hotue of 

funiftari ^ 

)an 23 years ago Wil> 

annan, a Notre Cteme 

i ity grad^ute. pasaed 

m first Officers Candi- 

<;uurse at Quantico, Va., 

towards s imtym'^i'i.n ri thc H»t- 

ine Corp 

son isidward, is fol- 
i)er's foot^epa, but 
".!tfn?«nt, 

service was 
. .lit was bom at 
i, N.C Uhe.n N«w 
ght days after his 
m 1942 for tiie 
A-;th thp l?t Marine 

a^ v^Mtv ttifiuenced 

t..-.".-''! associ> 

rps 

was in 

■ n>'incSter in 

ionths later, as 

provisional bat- 

^ly fought atoU 

s twice wounded 

ie spent the re- 

^»'»r n in var- 

na from his 

from ac- 

.lity and a 

ractice in New 

- n campaigner 

•ntifiad with 



the V%r tat 

Aoeord^ to (M, H^am ^ 
ward is Ite AM ^ to Im mm- 
minioiMd of ^ ^MaM ^o 



went thnm^ ^ Brrt OCCwm 
in 1M(MI wUek wu tb« loMal 
cadre of VwVL War D Ittilne W- 
fleers. 

Ednibffd J. Hannan haa ^om- 
pMad tha circle. Still to come are 
three more boys fi-om the Han* 
nan houshold at 1^ Farrlngton; 
Ave., No, Tarrytown, N.Y„ and! 
six daughters to cheer them on. ! 



OREAT LA^, fli. mnmh- 

B^rt P, R|(|^ wn of Mr a.ntl 
Mm Rrtert ft. Wgp of IW An- 
U»^ Rd., ai^ JauMf f. Shaw. 
Mw o! Mr~ and Mrs. William H. 
mm of •434 Pontlac RJ,, botM 
of Virginia Beach completsd has 
training reamly li the I%val 
Training C&nlfr, Of-"* ^'''"" T^ 

T}« nine-week truiuni; iauui; ^ 
naval orientation, hi'^firy and or- 
ganiiation, sea; ), ordnance 

and gunnery. miiu.irv drill, ohv 
Ileal ftlneis, first aid and aurvival. 

During the trainini recruiti re- 
<»!« ^ta and interviewj whirt 
detente lh«lr future as«<rt> 
mente In the Navy, Upan complet- 
ing the ^ogram they are as- 
silpied to iervi» schools f'jr tech- 
nical instrucUon or lo shioi and 
station* for on-the-jat training in 
a Navy n^f ^Kciatty. 

Naval training praduces the 
power in seapower by supplying 
qualified personnel to man the 
ships, lurcraft and shore stations 
of today's Navy. 

DOUGLAS N, WALT^ 

HOJffiSTEAD AFB, Fta. — 
DougUtt N. Walton, «n ol Mr, 
and Mrs. R. M. Waltoi of ^38 
Hulknd Ro*d, ViiUnia B««h. 
Mi b^ promised to airman 
Mcond class In the United Slites 
Air Force. 

Ainntn Wilton is aligned to 
tfie M3rtf Medical Group as a 
nwdical »ivii^ speciaM. 

Tlw lirniw ttteMM Maury 
High School. Norfolk. Wi wife, 
ivelai, is tto daughter df Mr. 
and MMk fcortmo ^il4s of Rln- 
&m, Pwrto (]Um, 

V^IWIN W. HITIfHIW 
U& rcm^m, Cenwiny — Ar- 
My WC W«rett W. Hiteriiew. 
M. wn of Mr. a^ Mrs. l«oaard 
S. RUMtoMr. 1U9 Awdior R<»d, 
Vli^l* Bwch» w» aaipJ^d to 
m Atth Uginter OHupny in 
QeraAny. in ^ AMwry. 

Htotoew if a iurwyor in the 
cwnpi^ OMT I^Mttkfcrt. He en- 
terrt the Army in JwMia^ 1W3. 
Wto^w » a IMS ^nduMe of 
Pri^w Anm Uigh &£fao^ and 
ftttmded the Collet of 'Vpiam 
and Btoo' in Norfofic. 




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FORRfST ». FISHER, Jf. 

(AiroA:) — Pvt Forrest B. 
Miher Jr., whose parents live at 
4140' Rundel Lane,, Vlrgta'a 
Beach, oomptoted eight weeks of 
mllitaJ7 ^llce training at tte 
U.S. ^my Training Center, Port 
Gordon, Oa., early In W^mxy. 
During the coutw, Fisher re- 
c^v^ InstrucUon in such s^ 
jecu.ai civil and military law, 
traffic control, mao reading. 
prisaner*o^wa^ control and »tf- 
defenw.l T^ 10.yeaf-old saWier 
enured ^ Army to SepfcanAer 
1963 and coiTipleted basic train- 
ing at Fort Jackson, S.C. He was 
^duatod from Princett Awe 
High Bchml in 19M. 



tol « to to 
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ay he IS Coioml William J. 

.iiuian on two-weeks* active duty 

ith H» UrMag Force Training 

little Creek Naval 



iiian is one of 283 i 
eutenuUs from Basic Sc 
.nonatlco, now undeofoinc «>«• 
miautraittibtUUW. 
Their reunion here is but an- 
nutoatone in their father- 
dlrti<Huhip. 

1959, Colonel Hannan en- 

fon, then a Mtnhathin 

tident. in th« ItiTbM 

«rve as a meniber of 

' eadetf CSasa. 

ird*s efiAaition last 

engineering 



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ony was lieM » the 

an evemng parade at 

rwUya Navy Yard. 

md HiiinaB ihm itepped 

rd witti his wife, llargvret, 

•d told ban on Ui aon*! 

'V w«re tiie same ban 

•inned on Col. Han- 

n aoKire llMii tws 

V ifn. Unman. 

ather and aon 

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o coti^fMa 

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maa B. BrUey, Jr., son of Mr. and 
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ping a breeze! 

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is available. If ^m late ttw 
bus, there's a Shopping 
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
HIGHLIGHTS 



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If/ on M\k<%He$ <if the Grneral Assembly 
m hciuli Delrtnilrs P.Ti. IVhitt «»ii 



,^'iHmm F. KrUam.) 

RICHMOND-— Appttwal d ».rKord 1.6 bUlton dollar state 
bu(%ct and a final answer on te caitiWwiai plan to jwovidc more 
hi^way funds are due in the fnuitfc final w«k of the 1964 General 
Aiwmbly. 

The bw^ Wll, an hetniiwl $1,667,052,780 tt«e spending 
plan for 1964-66. was KOt to the S«ate last week ^w the House 
^»^tj^ it. TTm! revised ^^M. wAd&i about 9 million dollars to 
Opvenw Harrison's mmnmm^Aam, 7.4 millioM (d it from 
^Mral tw revenues. 

. AH attempts to make additicmal increases were defeated, despke 
prcdictwns that it would teave • wteantial surplus m 1966 ia <J» 
face of some rather critical unmet n^s at some oC the state <x3i\^gm 
Md oAw iastitirtions. 

'Om hi^my bills mmU levy addltMMl tium to ^vide 4S.2 
millton ^ton more for road constn*ct»n during 1964-66, p«li<a- 
larly fcw a •w ai^rW h^ww ly^n of impiw^d prinwry hi#i- 
ways and tm uflwn and wuxmuy highway. 

mm TAQ INCRMH 

Amc^ ti» revenue proposals utm^mmm of $5 a^ $10 In 
^ ^i^nt $10 ^te aiMnK^ite Ik^ntf, a^^ wMi an em^Mcy 
cliWK to make tiieK Incr^i^ rff^ti^ fw 1964 lk%nse f^^m 
whteh p> OB sale nnA awift. 

TiK $10 hike iwwdd a^ly to cms w^^^ 4,000 pound* or 
more. . , 

Th» nw all pwt rf ^ compTOTiiic wofked mA carlw m 
1^1* rf tl« 2 t5er ^ Wng ttx on artOBO^ lAi. li* tort w«A 

It appeared to be haded for troyWe; fotx poHtical proWe»ii» 

{teve^l^. 

t^ llflierrter R^Wkan groyp ta tt» Wo^ aM^«»d 
UM^WB ORX»iticm to tte plan. W^ Ae help ol a few dissi^M 
Demawits they could knock out the emor^Ky clause, for whkfc 
a fcw^iWis majwity— 80 wt^— is r^utfed tt Ae I0O-menrt»r 
House. 

T^is «raild«* ^lowl revammOa^ rtwut 10 mWioa 
dollars. TN DniworaA^ todership quteWy ^ busy cwiating votes, 
a^ jurt in cam, to tad ^teitttte revenwi s«ik«8— ««! afc» to 
ii%^ wi^s fli» poia^ ^^^mtow « Ac l^^ltaia «p|»iW«. 

-^^ wer a^^Hfy* M llf tn higf llli" VlijInTn ^0^^ 
busy «Mi^ tf ^ W Wi^ ft^wyeCTl ^ ^ww^ raohttioM w^ 
stiH to be voftrf #iB«, too. 

IHK3MMT tmom TAX 

They w«dd w^ Cmpss to call a coaKittitmiuil ccmveiitioB, 
among oAcr Ainp, to amend the U. S. CoiMtituUon to mdiibit a 
federal inw>n» ta»; to rcnwve from d» jwiwltttioii of the U. S, 
Sufwme Cwrt any case (k^m *»* redirtrictin| of tm& legislativB 
reprMcntation, and to cre«e a "super court" 03mpi»ed of die chW 
justws ^ the ^Me wprwi^e courts. 

The Virginia Oenw»l Awta^ly vwy possibly will ^jprove 
the^ t«^est scntiraeim, directed at what it feels is the ew»«*- 
ttient d the federal government wid the U. S, Supreme Court « 
8ta*»* ri^ts and respoi^Whtes. . 

TIte Senate Finance Ownmit^. meanwhile, has mem twww- 
'm ttie Hottse-apprtfvcd Iwdget Wll, tirf doi^essly will i«^ it 
sortie mae. Tcrtal aj^^opriatkms probably wiH be iwr^sed ij^tly 
before fte Senate and its committ^ are finked, and tt» bitt wiH 
haw to get final a^jroval in a (^ifi^an^ awmit^ rf ti» two 

A w^^A to uKrwse *e state m. on dnrft beet, MfanM^ 
to bring in about $W30.«)0 in 1964^66, may provWe the Mceisary 
revenue for swne sli^ aAWMs t^ the bud^; »veral oAer revemie 
biih also are stiH pend^ 

JiMAES M^l MiDGING 

At ku^ wme at the issues whfch earlier WM^M tm A^nMy- 
mra haw berai wttlod. the c»mprMnisc on tfie Jami* riwf dredgl^ 
diwttto Mfwently will rtick; in Otmt it pwtponw any action on 
the piop<»^ 40 millkm cWfcwr M^tf pn^ Jen*Bi teAer ^^ 
of how it would ^ect the te^ ^Met h$h hi m toww Jam® nver. 

Fiiml vote* alre^y have diq^ted of otfi«i. Tl» bai to fwrmk 
private cluj» to buy and resell liqimr to thcfr ineii*^ wat qttfekly 
kilW in a Sa^e committee after approval by *c House. 

The hwer dian*er iteelf vc««xi down a Ml to twite an "un- 
Mired drivtsr" provision into the law— to pm&k pro«ctttkiB of 
dHi&ta^ drii«8 not wfffciently irtoxicated to he convtel^ ol 
drunken. <bii^. 

DAYimiT SAvu^ mn 

The ^to Itm week kilh^ a hill to l»ve dayU^t av^ time 
begin a mo^ earite- Am Ae jMewnt Memorial Day change froip 
^ndaid time. The ItouM. howvec, p^i^ a bUl exwnminf Ac 
«riit i»ui*to in tfw KwAwcst tip ct Viiwnia from davli*t tavinff 
time. The WU al» would requke Ae I»T pe^od to b^ on the 
Sunday followi^ MeraOThd Day and e«I «i Ae »in<toy pr«»dinf 

A i«iw rf Mis |»i*fthing mwnben <rf Ae Ctewral Aisai*lv 
from «Hering into varhws comHwriri «4 ^i tra^i^M wift 
s^ a^iKics— to tM - evea t any pomSM «^lto «rf ^^ert. It was 
kaW ^ Ae Hou« Gmmi Um% Cwnmi^e, on groun<b Aat 
no ooitf fct was evidto. ^ . ^ - . 

T1» Ho«^-^f*owd btlte wakii^ ^fwte i^wn « Aft w^ 
wwk m*Kfc*OM^ tortfw W^^^^ *«te CMe^ Buying Ai^ior- 
itv whfch CtavM^ flmtaon fwxwnn^&d to h^ fiaw^ S«- 
^^c» of dormit«m and oA« buMi^ at to state «rfteg« 
n^W tecause rf sBOwbaWng enprfln^rti. 

A &M**ilJ to imttw thk tfw Universi^ d Vircinia mav al» 
ptrtici^te ia m Atttfwi^fcwKmg ^n was ^ed by Ae House 

Other House biBs sent to Ae Senate last week, beiofe Ae 

juwer chap**^"" ♦■••^"•^ ■''^ •.ith'T«*ir»n <.. S<'n;*Tf» bilk, included Aose 

which wow 

• Revise (he siate'!> <ia^^t^ and mnKtm^m mm to 
tiTiprove Ae legal procedures m t^Ktmkm catti and MMwriBe 
countv-cifv consolidations. 

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Motel Tax Passes 



CITY BUDGET AIDS TEACHERS 
BUT POLICE DEPT. LOSES OUT 

VIRGINIA BEACH— City Council Monday apfwwed a $22,784,509 city bm<^ wj 
will provide pay raises for jwblte scltool tea(*CTS but (km nqt altow for a traffc bweau art 

precinct in Baysidc Borough. ■ " ^ "^ f _ . 



tW» wap Aows Bcw shopping center's close location to hwvtest populated 



areas. 



Milter & Rhodes Store Newest 
Planned For Pe«liroke Center 



In oAer actbn council: . 

• Gave final approval to 
special taxes on food and 
lodging. ; >| 

• Accepted a wfflidraWaJ by 
Heritage tMod Corporation for 
an af^rtment building at Ae en- 
trance to Birdneck Point. 

• Appointed City Planning 
Dir^im' Mietm Gamage as co- 
ordinatcM- for the Rudee Inlet 
AuAorky. 

In his annual tnidget messa^, 
City Manager W. Russdl Hatch- 
ed told couiKil salaries had been 
(toni^ in all departments except- 
ii^ for school teadici«. "CWy 
Ae r^ular increments haw been 
allows to oth« eoiployas," he 



^MBR<MCE — PltM far a 
m^ <^tttneflit ttoit at Pem- 
teote mmm iMwoa^ t^ MU- 
ter ft iUMdt Ihun^. taMUc^ 
that mMM^a mt^ Aoffittg 
am «tf "te ^mm » Wm^» 

IwpM to ibw » »w^«tow open, 
president Bdwln Hyde told a 
nawsMDiannee Thursday. S^o^ 
^s^tia^ npeOM to ctw^rta Ite 
own t^e k VmAnkt Squ«» 
^pittni Center abwit tl» rarae 
ttme. 

The two leaning giants wiU be 
hH»ted at opposte ends of Ti<te' 
wf^er's flMt nuill-type topping 
ai^. 'ftgeAer the two ator^ are 
MpMted to acW ffertly to tl» 
mmikm tte Pwrtwote i^ wiB 
h<dd for rtioppers. 

H^e aaid Miller it Rhosdei 
h^ eoq^kkd a l^lefwater ute 
t» 10 y«ffs before choosing a 
Vir^nte B^ch location miim 
Aui domitowh Norfolk. 

n ^k for Ae long haul Ae 



devetopn»nt ' ea will be 

in this dlpec--i. -..- .ve wtM to 
lB« to t^ ffliWto of tt," he «id. 

A iprttewum for S. L. Nus- 
baum & C3., latsiftf ag«ati far 

the sh^pUig tmmMk '^ ^ 
jAmfSS"Xv> mal^n The lar<?ftft 
ahopping area IA Tidewatar. 

Hyde olmWed Wi firm cm- 
mets Sean a '^ugh comi»titor" 
but, he sald,\"|»4eUew our 
stoPM viU am^emuA emh 
(rth«r." tht WU& It IUm^ 
irtwe wHl not atoek hMvUy on 
lurd goods Wtii^ birt wffl «Mr 
a hill lim of folt goodi, .he laid 

Hyde Mid agr^roent had been 
reidwd wiA the Aopplng centw 
owners conteining plans for up 



MAN^IELD IS 
IN aiTE GROUP 



Hati^tt pointed out ^A Ae 
tnu^et shows an incre^e owv 
last year of approximately $1.- 
600,000 in opiating cost. Tfcis 
anxMirt includes iiM»emente f« 
the teachers, plus a raise of $150 
for each foacber, he ^kl. 

Hatohett told cowiciln^ Ae 

budget anticif^rtes em{^ynieitt 

of additkmal 159 school l^i^rs. 

"It Is 




The VPI Extensk» Service, 
Public Welfare, Ae advertising 
fimd and parks and n^n^ation 
received no cuts, Hatchett pouit- 
ed out. 

'i Aink thb shows conclu- 
sively that ojir council is com- 
mitted to move ahead wiA a 
pn^essi^ ami touml pro^m 
dcvelt^ing all of our reso rce>. 
and buildmg and <kveloping a 
streM and boulevard system that 
will invhe atd pwn«e the de- 
velopment of our city m an in^ 
^1 part of a traite fitter fix- tite 
entire Tidewater wea of Wwth 
Carolina and Vlripnia,* MMiett 
»ud. 

A tar^ wntA^ ti MipN 
Warn cnMi'ded m mt^nK$ m 
oppoat flw tuOmmlm ^ a tax 
M food, aalertiiiiinmf mt 
■w aaewepti mitMe te Bw- 
Mgb of Vlij^iito BmA. 

Receipts tnm such taxn 
would be lued lamely to {»y tot 
Ae purchase awl operation ctf 
Ae cky's itew A^ge. 

OppiMKM <^ Ae tex aiped 
Aat tnHteMses in one bmough 



to 10O.OOO squire fert on two 
floors. Immedwte pUns odl fw 
an oi»nlng ia the ftJl of liH kr 
a Wilding of IO,W a^awa 1^ 
on one floor, ^ 

Sears amtotuwM pli80S't«r tta 

to occufty 15 ^am of thi ci»tor^ *• m^ bndpel.^ 



Tog^^, tl« two teiants have 
M),000 aquare fe^ tinder Inx. 

Se a r 3' Tidewatar maratger 
j^mes J. Gai«, who iMe^ed tte 
jffea conference, cirifed MlUer k 
Rhoads, "one of the gr^ retaB- 
enintte U.S. 

"^'re ttckted to deiA to 
teve tlwm is « competitor and a 
Gara «id. 



«MB THREAT 
REWARD $1000 

vmOWIA MAC3H — The Vir- 
ginia teich Sch«>l Bmi^ has of- 
Cerad a |1,0(M reward tw Ae i^^ 
ture and conviction of Ae per- 
son or i»rsona responwble for 
bomb^Arei^ vaOfB against local 
actoA during the. imst two 
w^U. 

Kanosvilie Junior High feh<w>l, 
f^mk W. One fli^ S(Aool, I^m- 

Princess Anw High School have 
%11 received telephone oils re- 
porting tet a booA Ittd been 
^nted in tlw huUdiRg. 

The firrt two threats <ame 
M^niary ^ at Kempsville and 
•fim^s Ann! and iMre than 
S.Md iNi^ we» sent hoim. 
Ttere haw hew teTCial ^O" 
^mlM &M ana ti^ time. 

PoJtoe Ittve uUi 4h^ AWe 
mM of tiw odls were mMle % 
twn-afirs who were prol^jly mt 
ainve of tte anteusnMs of tiw 

iiffi'iHiii '^ 

But ti» s^ «>te povi&M A^ 
omIws 14 yttmM w» « ww 
eonvi^ of thwrtMin* to IwnA 
«• oAerwte dama^ a Imilding 
or 1^^. vehi^ nay be iro- 
IMiaaMl lor ttp to 10 y^t$. 

T^ iMa of Ae reiraid &am 
from a meeting last ItoiAiW be- 
tween Superintended ol S<A«ftr 
Frank W. Cox. Police ChW ,Wni» 
E. Moore and U. G. K. Biyan of 
the Juvenile Bureau. 
Information on Ae IxwA 

ireats may he given to 14. Bifm. 

■ho is in charge of Ae inv^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH — William 
M, Afansfleld Jr. of Virginia 
Beach was one of four Norfolk 
life insurance nwn to again earn 
BMnAenhip in the Million Itolkr 
Round Table. 

The Million Dollar Round T^ble 
is tl» life insiran^ industiy'a 
3,W0-nwmber elite intemirtional 
organization of miHion-dolls^- 
year Mies produars. 

Mansfield, w^ is with Gw^n- 
n»nt Employees, las been in life 
insurance for more tten m. years 
and firrt became a membsr of 
the Round Table in 1968. He is 
a n>en»ber of tte Boanl of Direc- 
tori of tiie Norfolk life Under- 
wrReri Asodition. 



to«e ^Me «■. TMs wM 



Vifginia ^Mdi CuuKbumvii unii. 
they should te rehietaiit to m 
fxm tp^ttl taMs cm tlM^ hi 
otter boraig^ 

Howard S^itey. a MMMk 
advNtking roan, called the ta 
plan "a prqpam to clu> touriiii. 

'*M^ m the ptofw yo« di{ 
wiA a ^ are ateady (M|)^ 
It hard to slay ia buaia c as . 
Howard MM. "This tax cooki b 
a dttA kneH." 

HMM^^tt Iwd Se 4Ul^^Kon 
Aat ^ hinAi (Xrtte^d Ml^ 
tte tax wiU go mto tte oty't |ri 
eral ^m^. A Uu^ mnmi d 
the mssmy wifl be mai fM* 
dre(%i]^ he wtaM^. ^m M- 
ed tett A»riBMte itnM M 
Mme nmiaiSAl^^ tor 
every«te 'm tte c%. 

QmiM wtBi I to 3 M ^ 
provi^ #» tm ptae. V^% 
MMrt Ae meuwe woe Om- 
^n iM^lpii hteiAaA, Vi9- 
side; SawiM VtE^Kk. K^^ 
vttk; Md S, Bwl Eioim, Mn- 
cest Atam. • 

The propoied afMurtment buiki- 
ing at the entrtiice to Birdneck 



Bryan Among ECC 
Stiident Group 



OTiXNVniiE — Bryan L. 
Benn^ of Virginia Beadi was 
om of 16 Ea^ Carolina Coltege 
students to serve as deleeatM to 
the State Student iLegislature re- 
cently for three <tays of leglata- 
tive fessions. 

The Frouo was wined bv fftlwr 
North Carolina colkge studejits 
for tte sessioM. 

Brvsn is tte son of Mr. airf 
Mrs. Earl Bennett, 1010 Pleasure 
Hou.re Rr9d. Bayside Borough, 
Virginia Beach. 

The East Cwolim ttude^ car- 
ried with them a rewMloin QW 
vwuld revise Ntrth Carolina ^m- 
tion laws for county boaitto of 
education. 1^ bill caUed ftwr 
election on a non-partisan ticket 

•n»ere were on^ three Va'- 
ginia students an^ig ^m 'dele- 



tPriiKiplea of I^tmbroke Square 
airf PemtecAe Manor include 
fied NapoUtano, IBnil OUvtel, 
Iloiaee CiJtolii and Armon 
Olivteri. 

Archtterts for Ae ceirter are 
St^tens & Wilkinson of AAtnto 
in M^iation wlA Harry Oudl^ 
and Lewis A. Rightmier of 
Norfdk. 

Mother, Dgtr. 
ImproYbig 
After Stabbiflg 

VHIGINIA BEACW — Hon>i- 
to! sookcsmen Monday afternoon 
reiwrted ttet tte condition of 
M«. Cardyn Humphries, 34, was 
"better," and ttet ter 3-)«ar-old 
daughter, Jackie, was "good." 

Bo A mother and daughter were 
hospitalized last Wednesday ni^ 
after they were discovered to Ae 
bfedpoom of Aelr home wiA 
knife irauiute in tteir chests. 

A second ehiW, Randy, 16 
aaoitfhs oW, vros fomd lymg dead 
in his alb, 

Ptotee said all three were ap- 
paiw^ irtrtAed by tte nwther, 
but as of M«»day aftemoai bo 
char^ had been placed , ^aiiat 
her. 

"No char^ wiU te breu^ 
until ste is well raough fW as 
to talk to ter." Det It. W. W. 
Davis faid. "TOat pnMblv will 
not te until ste is reteased from 
^ h^ii^" 

The ^Mey discovery ms 
HMKte hv *wk H. «uroohri« Jr., 
hurtw^ and fatter of tte vie- 
tiraa . iHjen te came hMoe ftwa 
work W«fa«<hy ab«^ 5 p.ni. 

TOi ftmDy • Bwved to ^dr 
honf» ^ 121S Arvin Road ta Wte- 
ville EMjtffts aJwut three xmt^ 
%m from ^w Vork, where Hun*- 
fitatei ted been em^cved br 
listen dB^. He T» ^mm0f 
a civiten iPortar lA tte Nwfctt 



HatohM sari te had redi^ 
bu(%^ requ^ by $1,516,893, 
This cnuNint wis ejtelusive of 
inter-tod (ranf^i, te said 

"Inter-fimd tnusfers in Ae 
amount dl % 1 ,775,034 from exist- 
i^ surplus $1,481,025 h&ve 
bte% used in teiancii^ tte ted- 
1^," he said. 

"It shwild te pointed out Aat 
we cano« expiKJt to te in such 
financial position in Ae future 
for telaiKtng Ae Iwdget," Hatch- 
ett sakl. 

"Our bu<%^ anticip^es capi- 
tal exp^itores from sale d 
b<mds in ^ anKHint erf $4-mil- 
lion; $3-million Aorl tenn Oen- 
eraf (^ligation Qonife to f inaiKe 
water mains in tte NoHh end and 
central jmrt of Ae qty," te said. 

These would te refunded at 
Ae end of five years as an obli- 
gati<Mi of Ae wMer wets. 

Bet^Slie^ 
. He said $l-4mlli(Hi is to te 
Genera] ObligaAM Lm^ Term 
Bonds; $500,000 for resurfacing 
Ae streets and capital improve- 
ment In public vwwks; and 
$5(K).000 for dev^owncnt of 
Rud^ Bridge and Highway and 
Independence Boulevard. 



s^mM tm te taxed fnr tapowe* FoiM has been a coatnweitia 
n^hts in aiwAer. taaue for Ac past few moi^ 

LuAef Wiite, an a^>rMy r^ The Birdneck Communit 
re«mtij^ J. B. Oaytoi ttevis of League had opposed k from th 
Pine Tree Inn, s«d a r^wiram 1 beginamg. 
and hcrtel tax was a* rrfated in 1 Nw Att Ae appltea tion h 
to dredging opemianiJUHH^ 

twiial, te Mid. He told Ae five ' said after the meeting. 



Bca tDOn It-. 



^id, "utUb^ Vkt rmamom iM 
tovNtaMo* tente at y^^^ 
terffftoe f« A*9»d ptmi hifl* 
top." ' 

Tte new atatkui at Virgtcua 
Boch^win te cottstraeted on a 
vim coi^intog 26,500 square feet, 
and it expected to ha conniialed 
by Sep^HDter, 1964. It wftt tave 
an interior since 5,508 square 
feet, wiA aiuple apaee for fftridug 
and flMvement of postal veUdes. 
"nie present space wiU te made 
avaiWde for otter purposes. 



Prayer Services 
Precede Revival 



VmGimA MACH — Tte 
Brotterhood of Ae Flr^ Bapti^ 
Church will hold a prayer service 
Wednesday rt 7:30 p.m. wiA 
^edal emphasb <hi a revival to 
atari Skiwtey. 

f^rajly prayer arrays will te 
teM «t hon» on Thursday and 
at diurdJ on Wday and &tturday. 

A coneentrated all-dav visitation 
is scteduled to start Thur^«v. 

Tte Pre^urter Itevival Ser- 
vile will te teld Sunday throv^ 
Itorch 20 nightlv at 7:45 o.m. 

Tte Itev. Rotert N, Wallace. 
TO^r of Tteha Lymi BttiftW 
Owrch. will condiw^ Ae servi*^! 
Rev. Ttemas E. MIto- Jr., mtois- 
to" of education for Myrde Bao- 
m Church, will te Ae tong 
I^Nler. 

A amday S(^>d ftOly and 
E^npMstic Ssriee is M tw 
l^mday from 0:» to 10:45 *,m. 
Chaacs ranidng from 0» hmtors 
tteoiiA aAite WiU repeal dh^- 
l^toitoetavirith^ monnng aikl 
atteoims fasis iM be M kr 
eMJi rbttw 



BAYSIDE POST OFFICE 

cqkmoTis AWAczD 

BAYSIDE — C<Histructi«i trf tte new facilitv fw tte fiaystde 
Stotion (rf Ac Virginia Bewh, Viifinhk pwt office was ftifftt"' 
ad^nced today wiA Ae anaooiK«ment by Poatmaste 
John A. OroiKHiski tf«rt a esMOuO^ has him awarded to Acoa>si; 
Corporation to lmfl4 fW* I*** 
tte building to 0» P<Mrt Office De- 

"We are eonttautog to huiW 
new post office wtere ttey are 
n^^d," Mr. GronousW «id, 
"hut we are constantly re^saes- 
toi our l^tae con^ruction pto- 
gram to <teteifnine wteA» pre- 
sent buildinp can te srftered « 
remodeled to tafc» care of our 
■expanding volun* of umuI. 

"The construction program Is 
teing «mcentrated in tho^ are^ 
where the n^d is urgent awl 
suitable space cannot te <Atained 
except through new construction 

'•We now ha\^ about 0/^ 
port office tocations thrw^rt^ 
Ae country, handling a volmm 
ol ^ blHion piecKi of mail a year. 
By 1970 it is expected tp rise to 
90 billion. It is dear, Aerefore, 
ttet we must redouble our ef- 
forts, not or^ to expanding «ir 
capacity but alsa m devistoj; tow 
postal techniques to m»t tte de- 
maneb of our growing popula- 
Uon" 

Under the Department's L^we 
Cf»nstTUction program tte Bay- 
side Ciffooration will construct tte 
new building on tte east sitte of 
Pleasure House Road and lease it 
to tte Department for ten years, 
with renewal opti<ms. 

Tte ItepartnH»f s <apiW in- 
vftttment Is limited OTtettrtally 
to pobM equipnaent, while the 
Iwilding remains under private 
ovmershio, wiA tte owner j^t 
in«» If'cal real Mt^e tans. 
"This fOTnuJa," Ito. Grotwu*' 



VCF BOARD MEETS m. 

NORFOI^ — The toffd ^ 
Directors of Untted CommwuWw 
Fund will hold its afflnnl n^t- 
tag Moi^iy at 8:30 pjn. ta Ae 
nmdc room of the Jtovy Y JI;C-A. 

F<dIowtog tte aonuiA smMM. 
tte board wffl convene to tt to- 
Mial oi^aniiatton n^Ai^ te ^e* 
<^k%ra and ^Motfto aaw^- 
leea tor tte conm^ year. 



Allen Ts Be 
Guest Sptakar 

BAYS1« — J. H. ADei of 
Vir^nia Beach will address tte 
"ntewater <tept«ir of 4h» Aaaoci- 
ation for Coi^utinf Machiaeiy at 
their moffthly meeting at tte 
Stere Drive tea Restaunnt Wed- 
nesday. Hta srt>ject WiU be, "Tte 
Progranuning Art Reviewed." 

His titt wSi te baaed on his 
reeu^ nafiOMlly published arti- 
cle (to tte mgazine '^>fta Proc^ 
esahg for l^^ikce and EngineM-- 
ing") ^Wed '•Gettto? tte Most 
art of ywir Gigacycles," which 
dea^^ tew to uae computers 
effioMiUy. A gi^acyde is eome- 
thtag ttet tepoens a billion times 
a second: modem compters do 
thtogs the* ftfflt. hut if sAey sreat 
used ri?ht tteir speed is wasted. 

Mr, Allen is a computer eoec- 
oiist and engineer fof *te lnl«- 
nitiaial Telephone and Telegraph 
Conxwtion. and works for them 
irt tte Naw'a Dam Neck comput- 
« instell»tion. Before conring 
VinoBia Beach laat ve<tr 
wwrie^ for Ae Geaeral K?*- 
€te^ to New York He r 
ftoBB St. Mary*!' Vt&i 
IMt Mr. Allen now 
his tauly at 1821 AabiiKf 

W^ Ahaton dew' — * 

^^a Beach 






*i* m^rh %im^4km, lRM^«y, M«t*» 10, 1964 



TO wcma p. F«!cK 



K 




I 



o^Rlrs^ cum ~ it 

a nil Hrii rt 

'it, nllMlv W 

SMch. aaiMttiKe iiM <^nwfwnt 

of the.r diufhiMr. Mto Oovi^ 

P^Ttc:^ iWi to Mr. lO^M 

ftikk. am tf Mr. and ftbrt. 

iioy iitfwiii rMt, Jr. ^ l^tei. 

•ko forawrly of ^^n^lt MA. 

B ath Mia H ^ and Mr^fWt 

•re MIIMML' of 1^ Vhi^Hi 

Bcwh^PHM. Mtai HiU «- 

««}d«d wiTHWMigHB O^p. 

*^ ' HekibucK Vtii^^ mi H 

in JuiM fram the U i^Mi^y of 
Narth Cir«ljm. OhnpM ttB. ^ 
iia mMiber U (to H 8«tt M 
•oca! aerority. 

Mr. fMck tfMlMid tt«o tM» 
UatvRsHy in jtariHm, I'tartb 
Csrottn in liil and a^ «Mer 
(lieDeatel ^etori of te Ita^w^ 
1^ «f MMi ^ralim in 9^ 
r. '^Oc il Dui» lii WM 




it ^UB^ 



WiU Feature 




OOI^THT FATtlCIA HAU 





BEACH - Inaddi- 

tims to tiie Sti^idwd noww Sliow. 

VioM 1Hinar_ Conuaaraal nrdelM 

and booths Miare niB te aaiwral 

ipM^l fea^WM iaduMI in IIm 

1 Aaaui Hotter and 0•^ 

:«w wfckh U to ke pnanilad 

• w««}tt t^ Hk Coifmntieo 

Perkiw of Alpte 

Norfolk, {ikM to dii^ 

mjiyirnri ijpaeifMBt and gen- 

firam Soolh America. Ate> 

a n«w form of roek 

ta s«n«ral ganien doeoratloB 

be t^" ^' Floor Covvriiig 

rtaun^ alk. Tiiii inter 

adi ia caUed 

,er. J. A, Ugcn, 

i t ilMW on eoddbir 

arlety of iiorU 

the Seashore 

Beaeli 

Gai^^a Onto of 

haa also iftvUed 

fauM: iBtaretn to speak. 

Mr. Have 

.ry arffl give 

|oa the vadriolu type* of 

auHod to the 

Bnmott Kyle 

lay «t S p m. on 

IMa. ^,. L. UanMK 

&)r<to 
flMmwill In» 
There will te no extra 
f (U* (be Jedurea. 




Kelhm 



T?RAOH — Mrs. V. 
lid authority on 
w;ii l»e 0iMl apeak- 
OrfTWCA 



Oiy 

riHtradiQr at 11:30 ajn. 
nia BeMih MethodiBt 

atie"OfalUonieK- 

'itfiaiy mi ilMtant' 

■iSiEi* ff*<'fy^^ au0 •!) auuutrtty 

tntectar tfieanflig, iMt aerved 

itkMul faiafcarical conuntt- 

^mid) vffi tie anved M 11:30 
^•iry wSk he iii^ded 



"^eaerg Hear 
.rsery Expert 

'KLE — The Kenve> 

a C3ub Iheld itt Fetjni- 

i; nMieaCIy at Ihe fi^ 

Church. 

lur the eveniitg, 

^f Colemm Niir^ 

vrry informa- 

prepare your 

^ the propar 

^reniuals and an- 

~d can l»e filW 

"tm^ the aeminer 



Daefntiig Tipt 
PritMti^ Club 

m^awom — *fioim voa 

^to %a w tat^te Denratim** 
1^ tfw to^ 4nNMtnM 1^ 
mam^ k^ IKMar <^k 4 
Colarti «f \^gnte B«m^ ai tte 
BirdMMd ^vdan C^ib nealteg 
heU i^Nie^ flt tto tone ^ lln. 
D. H. ^grlw; SUD Mu^ tm. 
Co luptgiaaa «n« Ibt. H W, f^ 
wtamioA Mn. A. L. htim. 

Mr. Cterk Mted ttat ^ iitf^ 
Ctow^ for Afoei^f ^q^oi^ 
tiiey ^1 1^^ ^m ud aeeuM 
to (h« iw»B. nMNn ate a(M a 
touch ^ liun^ le ^ roMlb t^ 
are ito ui^ to Mng^agi • 
amaU ana where fiutiMire can- 
not to Med ^ ^^ing a tap 
plaat. 

The Ottb trtn held a ♦HSet-^ 
quaii^ed" Social and Gtod »i^ 
f«r menAera only en Wm^ 
evening March 1«, ik ttt IM^ 
of Mrs. C. B Harria, 4M ^«tt 
Read. Mia. Harria to AiAttui 
of anangementa tm tiite attab'. 

New atemton m^ammA tt 
the dub were Mn. J. A, ftei^ 
)»n4 Mra. B. J. Whitehm*. 

on wiimera In M» ^ 

«.<jt«nts Clan wtm: tUm, 

BIra. P L. Chevalier. Jr^ mA m, 
Mtk £. W. Iwenrnard. 
ft the harUcuMure dMi ^tSm 
rmvT$ were: red, Mra. ^Mite, 
j jind yellow, Mra. Ga^kxr. 
I The club voted to «poi^ 
Gurl Scent Troop No. ^ w^e 
1 31 mantara axe ftom ^^wM* 
;and Thalia, llkia group te uMM 
itto ieodaiahip of Urn, tkam 
jHasvey and Mra. AUa V. KM. 

'Viv€s Briefing 
At Little Creek 

UTTLE OR8BK — Wivea of 
Amph droo Two pe^ 

sonnei ..— p.— -je word diire<A 
from thi^ huahands' boaaee this 
week during a morning infanna- 
Uon program. 

Vice Admiral John S. McCain, 
Jr., Comm f tto Atlantic 

Fleet Amp Force, will be 

principal apeaher when the wives 
galtor rt Fleet itecraalion faric 
on Hampton Boulevaitl. Tlnirt- 
day at 0:30 ajn. Admiral McCain 
will outline tto n^ of Annidub- 
ioua Foi^cei in our modem Havy. 

Other apeaknra are ftear Ad- 
miial Aotoit E. M.' Ward, Com- 
muid«r AmpbMfMi Group Two, 
and Rear Admbral George F. Pit- 
tard, Commander Ai^hiliaous 
Group Four. Ttey will ^aak m 
unit depktynwBta and ite frnt- 
tribution of depemtenta to to^ 
units. 

^ommAm AasgUhkMM Sq^- 

frpm to give vivm of aquadnu 
peraoimal a otanoe to learn Vm- 
band tto reasow for tiie wtfuA- 
ron's deplayments and tto r^ 
of tte liiprf-ibtim Corpa Tmp 
in Ito dalBDae ^ our natitm. 

Mm Swan Is 
Party ffioMr^ 



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TUDBQUGUOOOD ~ Miss 

Roaemary Peimingtan MM^imed 
mmni^ at a toa in hoov of Miss 
fJBdaSwthi. 
Mi&s Swain marrM Ervts 
given to Cbtties ifiatt SUnrdijr at g p.m 
«d Mrs. Jn^wwth IWhodiit Cbarch 
Uc Hiss Pesnington was maid of 
honor for the bride elect. 
lini^ vt'f>re Tbe tea wua told in the home 
Mr and Mrs. Walter Penning- 
a- IBS. m 19ldtetborQe Soad, 'ntor* 



-fjTp and 



KiNam Attoiid 



FiU 



!W»llOra) •- Del aiid M». 
WUl^itt P. KeSun wve a^pg 
dii^MTM ffga^Mned iMefl^ at 
Ito QsuMtaMin ChAhiMdh 
moMl. 

ItaMs fw tto dmner weie Ur. 
and Mn. ftmk^ B. WhMe nd 
Mr. cod mt. W. C^nt^D 
Thc^qieon. 

"^oae invited induM <^. 
and Mrs. AJbei^i Hammn b^ 
U. ^v. 1^ Mrs. VUla Godwin, 
Mr. and ^ j^atotott Jtoire. 
Mr. and ^ SMMcy Soltoid, 
Mr. and Mv. btatood OaJeai^ 
nette, Mr. and •!». Witttem 
Thompson. Mr. and Mn. Wii^va 
F. L. To^^aan, Mn. h. BhU^ 
and Mr. aM Mn. Ki^lim. 



JHRTRDAYCELEMATION 

^^fiSOA BEACH -.RMMid 
W. Bamei eelebrated tta Mitii> 
day hat wedt a^ a imaB 4toer 
p«^ at Us kmm in tto Miy- 
Otnm ^pvimMa. 

M was fAao aurffftoed w^ a 
bii^lay odee U tiie GEX Pta^ 
tmcy wlw« to is em^yed. 

M-. a^ Mrs. I^nidd Nacftman 
of Virraa SoKh anMum» ttw 
birth ^ tt^ mrA aiid, ttfrd 
eon. Sric Ifotttow, <b Mwft 3 
in i^i^ ynmirta A^iO. Ifrt. 
I^^oan b tto tomtf Miaa Ihri- 
lyn MarH dai^Mr ^ Mr. and 
Mrs. Bemad naU of Wmr- 
town, N.Y. Mr, KM^Hian 4» ttft 
aim «tf Ifr. and M«. Ir^g Mick- 
man of Nmirp^ Nmn and Mo^ 
f(^ < 



m. ttd Mn. Alan Jay ^kt 
of New Y«t Ol^ mmutm i^ 
birth of ttrir «mmd AOd, ftat 
am, ^mw Water, m Feb. ft to 
I^tagln m^fmi in Mew Y«t 
(%. Mr«. <kM u tto tamff Mias 
ftlte Sue Affe, ^u^u- of Mr. 
aU tti. Menry L A^ of Vlr- 
gteta B^^. Mr. CkM tf tto »on 
of Mr. s«d Mn. MatfiMw (Ml of 

cMAtemM aty, mat. 
amiwmm -— ito Ctaao- 

p^ (Moay GutiM €3nb will 
mM TImiiiy. lintih IS, H tiie 
b«Be <rf Mn. K P. flatoen. Mn. 
A. H. ^^eppCT wffl apeA on 
osiuiJwI^M. 

nel.ynhj^ C^^ CtaPien 
CM win ^tt^ 
amM l^dw) attmftnn, 



M^i Fw Millions 




Qytiai laam W. GoMer, CosMundi^ OIBot^ cf Ito aMU 
0uibmf Bay. Hmmmt a A^mmm el Mn^ 
ndBoie P^ aiiptod to itm AaaMM, Ktaea «to wM Ifo. 
r E^ M) MiMn. E. H. toagL INaidMt of ^ DMi »Me 
Ofll^ IMw^' C^. 1%e Ato, iiftA 4ep^nd fp^ Ltoto Omek 
^iwllBrMi<MfoiilMNli.ci^s4MtMN^tfr ' 
lAM waa pnol^id^ ^ i» drib i^r A* lloiM lor 
M»^ Hk MuM^wpHe PoM is a 
toani Aai Is extrnac'^ ndh fi 
'md m iiiiiiitii^ to mmi «I i 

hMO% 





•WN iMtmia en Mm lift to • pal«, M^ ^nkiuiwii ^ 

TMI on ttMiltm ta • eMTM wM white ^M MrawfeMfy 
Of ^MR hwi m^ »-«— -^ — „_^», — ^. — .^ 



ttt. 




MMMtMR 




a^iAtod y a «««11^ titawl dmwie> te tto tttaiA dwim 
ktove QB tt* rigit a Motet mI wkH» dmUe atf M«» ^a^A 
Btniwtocv ttrt. And, e& Ik* 1^ H a Ught. tally ^^ d^M aM- 
ttSfMi pi^Mi M^ JNPVentftt. ]>M^ 7M tttak ^ tort aaM 
•iM^ to «tT 

fi^k ef tfaM* seto^M an 
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need. 

Applk»tion for the schok^ 
Alps may be ma<k with Jam^ 
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struction at WL 

Plaza League 
Signing Players 

PftD^CEls AJJNE — Registra- 
tion of players for the Plaza lit- 
tle L^gue will be held Satunky 
afternoon, March 14, from 1 to 3 
p.m. at the Plaaa Volunteer Fire 
Dept. Station on RosemoM Hoad. 
Boys bom between Aug. 1, 1061, 
and July 81, 1956. living on the 
south side of Virginia Be«ch 
Boule^^ffd between Princes Ajv» 
Plaza and Soi;^ Witch Duck ttoad 
are eli^le. 



Kite Flying 
Tips Grven 

The month of March is gwi- 
erally recognized as the opening 
of the kite flying season. Its 
winds and warmer weather invite 
youngsters to break <wt their 
kites and Join the fun. 

kite flying can be an enjoyable 
^stime, but like every othw 
sport, it has rules which must be 
observed to make H safe. Reddy 
•Kilowatt, who works for Virginia 
Electric and Power Company, has 
these suggestions Ux his young 
kite flying friends: 

1. Always use dry string, not 
wire or anything metallte. 

2. Always use wood and paper 
in your kite, not wire or metal. 

3. Always fty your kite on days 
when there is no rain. 

4. Always avoid busy streets 
and highways while flying your 
kite. 

5. Always fly ^ur kite away 
from TV ai^ radio aerkb. 

6. Always keep away ^^ fal- 
len wires. 

8. Alwayif ail your power 
comparty if your kite gets mag- 
ged in a Dower line. Do not pull 
the string or clinA power poles. 

So remember these simpte 
rules, youngsters, and you can fly 
your kUes without danger. 

Bayville Ck)ws 
Among Best 

iraTBRBOROUGH, N.H. — 
Three registered Guermwy «)ws 
in the herd of Bayville Farms, 
Inc.. Norfolk, Virginia, have re- 
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DtHBl actual production recorcb, 
according to The America Guern- 
sey Oattie Club. All cows were 
milked two times a day. The test- 
ing was supervised by Vir^nla 
Po^technic Institute. 

<kemsey milk is wcu-ki famous 
lor its high protein, delicious 
flavor and Golden Yellow color. 

Bayville Royal Kathy, a five 
year oh), produced 12,280 pounds 
of milk and 806 poui^ of Cat, 
in aOi^days. 

Bayville Dear Pay, a Jr. tour 
year old, produced 12,570 pounda 
of milk and 806 pounds of frt, in 
|3(^ days. 

Bayvilk MaJesUc Oten^ a Jr. 
ttirse y^r old, produced 18,l60 
pounds of milk and 870 pou^s of 
fat, in 306 days. 



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Brewer, Capt. PhHip J. Osselaer, Battery Commanckr, Sp4 Jmnm 
Lewis, Sp4 Qtfford Parks and SSGT James Pellerin. Kneeling 
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Make this year whra the the third annual Tom Ferpmon Menx^il 
golf tournament is played at the Bow Creek G<^ and Country Chte 
July 9 tbroui^ July 12, it has been announ^ by Tom Strang, 
Bow O'Sek i»o<essi(maI. 

The new dates are a rmmth ^u-lter than hM year «4ieir Stea^e, 
himself, nosed out Avery Beck and Claude King for top moo^. 
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awing and dSttverr that lesolts 
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held the first two Aiys— July 9 
and 10 {Thursday and Fridaj^ 
w^ 125 pros and 125 amateurs 
in the field. Then the field will 
be cut to the low 100 ptm and 
low JIH) anateurs <25 bas^ on 
gross «:ores, ^ on net scores for 
the third round). 

The field wifl uada^o i^ an- 
other cut for t^ lai^ round, in 
which the low 75 laos and W 
amateurs (15 gross, 15 net) wiU 
compete. Thus, tl» final round 
will be made un of 105 golfers. 

The July 9-12 dates rame as 
virtually a "mttural" for ttie tour- 
mment, Tlieae fmir days reiae- 
aent an open date on tto PGA 
tournament circutt and follow 
closely on the beds of Mie 
1125.000 WWtemarrii Open in 
Philade^hia. 

"Witti the pros in cl-~ —^xlm- 
Ity to Virginia Beach following the 
Whit«nar*i, we stand a chance 
of getting some of *he tournament 
pros," Strange said, "tat even 
wMhout them we f^l assured the 
112,500 purse will irttrac* a very 
strong field. They'll be comini? in 
from about six surrounding 
stat^ ,6xcluidve of the touring 
pros. 

"The dates fit nwll into tl» 
pkymg schedule of VSGA and 
the Mid-Atlantic schedules also," 
Strange pointed out."T^re will 
be oi» change, however. TTie 
VSGA State Juniors, which will 
be played at Bow Creek, will be 
pushed back a week, to July 
2»-27." . 

The toun^unent hoiwrs Qie 
memory of the late Tom Fergu- 
son, for 26 years a devoted goH 
writer for The Virginia-Pilot uirtil 
he died of heart trouble in Nov- 
ember of 1961. Part of the tounra- 
ment proceeds are contributed 
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Grange, the Viri^nM 
Open chasHadn, will te defsad- 
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be «m iMt year n^ frM-imdeT- 
par to^ of 270. An ea^ ibrm m 
tiie ISfh Mle in the M round 
oarrM Strange to a dose wa 
ovw Avery Beck of Wl^ipmmg 
Pines; N.C., and Oau^ Ktag ef 
Virginia B^ch, ^» ineufmral IPa-- 
gussim t(Nimam»t vliaiar In 
1962. 

71» iikky Bow CrMk h^^snfl 

win measure about 8,^0 3^pds 
aiMl ^ys a par 38^&— 71. Hkmy 
new sand inpt wffl oafce ttiie 
course t(H^gher this year, 
said. 



Local Boxing 
May fie RtvM 

Lrrru: CR^aC — a program 
to revive amat^ir boxiiig <m tfie 
loai scene enters Its sea)nd ^i^- 
today when a 20-bout asok^ i^ 
be 1^ at the Naval AmptaW^s 
Base. 

The smAer wiU be^ U 7:30 
p.m. in Itockwell Hall gfimM^tun. 
TlM piMic is invited to aMeod 
free of charge. Bouts will ooniflt 
of tiuee three-noinute iwmd^ 

Amateur boxing in Am^iea is 
said to be on the decUne, aaem^ 
ing to Hugh Johnson, civilian ath- 
letic director at the Ampbibious 
Base. He hopes the snoker will 
help renew support loid prmB0> 
tion of the sport. It will ^ aid 
in selecting boxers to refneamt 
the AmDhi[)ious Force in ttie At- 
lantic Fle^ Boxing TiHinHuanent, 
scheduled f^ L^Ie Creek. .^^ 
1 toou^ 4. 

This win be tiie second srodber 
«t LMtle Creek this year. Tte first, 
held in February, was also a 20- 
b(»it afMr and drew an enttosl* 
astic audtenoe of 1200. Tte ^mo- 
her of apolicants has increased 
so much for tite s«»nd s^SbtX 
tlat a third smoker k planned for 
March ao. 

Tlje anokers rate as a prsteh 
inary to <be Albi^ flaelfiMpif 
^I^irnament, wbidi id ta^l te- 
lpher some mbI tte oewfcry't 
leading amatews. AirasA Sei^ 
vk^ bffldng w»w ni» m <8ie, 
hiilhest form id amalsw p^^sm 
tte eoni^ to te offtr. Boian 
is this imimmnai^ nay aimN% 
Oe bm to Ike U.S. 01>'nqiitr 
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Vh^tM tiv si)M- NBjys> ^u«««fay. I*v^ 10, 1964 



THE VIM^JIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 



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Ni i rf)Ctnt sovvcn, FrMkiint Ntnirt of 
fh* Cl)«mfa«r of Co«Twn«rc» 9f th« Ur»ii«d 
$t«t«« w«s qptimntic about our forwfn 
firacb posftiorv. Htt Mtrttd tNi i«lM tlhrt 
Aifi^flcMn buMfMUfimvn wp f( t cmmpviii 

count«rp«r1|. mrkifvi for tht Amtrictn 
businessman, h« saf<f, are luch factors as 
higher prwiuctivlty and investment in plant 
^^ «^i^nwt, e h<^ outlay for rm/mrdh 
m^dev^^^ner^, m^pm^tmo ki ^n^fi^ir^ 
m frm-^Am ^mn c^^liwcMwarkefi, 
Mid nrieH^ prtos erKi wi^e stM>illty. 

fto ttHed upon th« fwdt^al govwtiment 
im M)i Amw^wi bwtinewfi ^w mft^9^ in 
&irc^ by wwklriQ to rt^Me tra<to tMrr^ra, 
to \m/>fm tv0% on an lndu$try-wlde bash, 
and to «\^d retalletory tariff booiti wher- 
«v^ F^llblfc 



vliwiy #we can be some destructive f(ies 
h» ai Ail anrH^er. As an example, it is.gerv 
mm^ ^pected Ihat a major union 0oal of 
nwt y«ir fv^ill be a shorter legal \A^-k wtk 
— fffoiwiWy 35 hours instead^ 40— without 
•^ mdbctlon in pay. M<»t, If not all, of the 
h^vy ^itional cost cou\6 be made up in 
or4y one way— by Increasing prices. So rtie 
coMumer at home would be caught In 
arK>tl'wr wave of inflation, and the competi- 
tive ability of American industry in foreign 
markets >A^uld be worseniKi and pwhaps 
disastrously so. The end result, in ail likeli- 
hood, would be ffwre unwnploymewt In- 
sleadofleM. 

The lal^ Pr«sid»nt Kannedyj.wfKD cer- 
tainly wet a frittx) of Ub(^, strongly op- 
pose the shortened work week. For, under 
present -^tmrld and dwnestic (»nditlorvs, it 
"•^'»id be damaging to all— ^bor incK/ded. 



l^m St. Lawr#iiM PitWay Story 



L^t D^r^i^, thi St. lawrei tee %aeway 
wAi H» ftfth liit i^iwt of mratlon. 1^ 
^rAfnisfrator ^j^ipKl Nnmf as Mr^ 
op cMl^ l# l^jgrws— «i optimism 

b«s^ on a »ub|taf»ti«l Increase in the ton- 
nm ^t flpwv^ mfm it. 

wt %ere Is eri^tw dhapter to tht Se«- 

wav st^— M ^c fi^ thai a Senate sub- 

itfee it stocking its operations, v^ 

' Toiif C^rrtt^w in b^ tNs <»wntry 
nada m$ cli«c|ir^ it^ Its f iriar^, 

to cofne to tht too^ of the 

'T€ Seaway operation rwul*^ in 

deficit for United ^a^' ta*- 

«_ jyrss I ^ otal deficit, met by ^m^ tex« 

r>?rV5"'*s <5irrr th*"' br*C!-in=nc! is in the $14.5 

tarettiag fart it 



that les^ t^n 5 per cent sf all vettelt pey- 
N^ toils tt« U. S.f^} vessels. 

The point It ^t ^way tofto are tm" 
rMfisHc, md stom frort wishful thinking 
instead of conditions as they exist and^ In 
all probability, will ccwtinue to exist. They 
represent ne^less su^idlied competition 
with other fornrw <^ trantf^rtatiwi whkh 
have r»ne of the Seaway's special privi- 
l^M. It is reliably forecast that, unless the 
tw$ era revised upward, the deficit will 
continue to grow^ ami per^f^ at an accel* 
erating pace. The Se^vey am be |Mtified 
finer^ially only If its revenues at bast b«!- 
arwe tts a^s of ^jeratlon In «iH»ry particu- 
ier ir^ead of drawing on taxptyen, inclwd- 
Ing i^ ^ff^tltors. 



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Utility taxes and gross receipts taxes 
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nttiolf primary electioM ki confitasional <ttNitott 

iidate wins a majority ^K»te (provkM dlfc|wty 

^n a runoCf -t kast 10 days before tin pmmf). 

would empower parry conrndlteas to ^emoA a 

caJidtdete dies, wid later resdKdule it 

^d the Sunday dosiiur law to tighten 'i«§ttvttM« oa 

3 of meat and produce. The bill also would p^ilk Mfts 

iwiba and fuses and ftems, including Cliristmas tcf^ }^ci 

■> . i^tnas. 

• Require confiscation of automobile driven by penMs witih 
i ,TVt*k«U permits. 

ran AININO TO MiVlNG 

-^^proved last Week awt seet lo tlit Hmiw nciuded 

«Miilrit iii4lM tnm sespnding aU of a wMimst 

ivjni w Dkcd or suspended driving i^mit 

<; u)«»L>ure also ]w^uuc> tfMt driven 75 years old or cMcr 

>tdr drivl^ pennili annually, and also provMes for p«Mi- 

3 names of drivers who nave lost their pcniiits by revo- 

xsuspeKMii. 

'n SeMitt tpfxoved with surprising case a revised "implied 

mk driver knl\. The bill continues the present rc^uirement 

lur iwu oiuod aifmiles tot pcftow duused with drunk driviM. but 

chaises the prooednres for obtitiuif ttboratory tests of tfie blood 

ikidbtoi cxNiiettt 

One lanplt would be sent to ttw $Utc Mcd^ ExMniiier, as 

jadcr ctMBUt !•*• ^ (he othea: wooki be sent to Ae dtbf law 

c j tiOre cm e nt oJSioer ai the locftlity in which the accmwdt driver lives. 

If mqnested to do so wiHilik 72 hours, the ot^:^ wmM then 

'end the 9smfk to m indepeoAmt testing Irt on rtwy (Aenri^ it 

^stroyed The blood alcohol level would s^ ta^ to be 

pa ixm to cwfy • presuoDfidoa of intotxicatioek 

(Mier Senate bifls now txaidiag in the House Indude ttose 

•*%kh w3uW: 

ftoDB tittc ujuuu &iep m wmpftdiM tht Starte QwKfturtoi i to 
\7Lwmme name of the DcpirtiiMicol Agriic^ 
iit of Agriculture and CMMiMue. 
.qiiotsse ttie Sttte Highway Dc|>aftmM to renntarK tamilics 
iiessflnns - 

usjness firms 

Set up court ptxioedures for estabiidilof tte paternity oi m 
Uagitjmale chitd — and require tile fatho* to su^pMt H. 

RMtMONY HAS m^mm 

Ai> ttk; t^o-mo ' <on oean^ ito eni, fvtn ^ 4s^m^- 
iK^med to be \^ .. . . tt all AsUb flPMi #e tiorolet wltii tte 
<ifiaU for an expetided hi^way OMi^ructic^ ^t^am. tfie 
n river chf^aei (hpedging issue, awl <m 0f ##otiKr ite#s, 
Afrrrnt any lively tssuek to get excited abnA 

fd-maidea onanization democnts a^^uv^ to be all 

4i7iM>riy and petjce ana fDod mil, idm te muiflki ot GG^mnot 

^^m^ '*'^^' V''^* ^A^taObashr «voiMig tt flMch <MliM»aiy a* 



AppilcatkHis 
In Tlie IMI 

of IMor VSiUskM Mhfan- 
Douwe^ ^Hi i» ipve ^h«n 
lJ(M»dW tUM Attte iMsaii ap- 
lM||gai wiS he meiled on 

''t^tat m>pMffatts»s> which were 
qmmlHhiiitd and mwmi for 

J|tti|iprier to tte^^elMnge 

(smet relMet to te Im »• 
fiifed," artd flmmWomr Umb. 

The new iees wM^ «re ap- 
plicable to the 19H Ukrnm plttes, 
Mi windi were aaddMl it an 

smi8H el «» 0«p^ i^wJly. 
•m as IbilDrwai ff^mitpr cars 
weJ«Mnc iOI* poiMi er less 
will be reqMii^ ^9 Pfiy |1S.00 for 

he chavged a fW fee el IM.OO, 
whea «€eQin|M|iyM|k|Mer 
^wyttfVHtftffln SHHH^Inoa. 

**«• aie eewaong oa Oae co- 

to hi6hid« wMi ttih ApjMJMuua 
Ihe conect remtttaace as set 
Ifirth above/; imtk mkilMA, 
"As those appMimliia -will ift. 
eorreot fees urtll h>«« le he re- 
turned to the tender si»d npro- 
c^sed when <ibe cerred fte la 
olMdned." 

timtt wtm other motor vt> 
IMt Ims i^ch were enacted it> 

tarn ft^ movuig ette»es wh« ^ are^d^h^ brf^^ f SS^^^ ^|e "5 
htfhway— up to $200 for famUies and $3,000 for i(^j^ ^0mS\i^S ^v£ 

U|^, and a new 



Mid iMBiipi^bo 



' was any domiaatiqg theme beyond the ntflwr uaom^ 
vr^ivvi^u woe 4f dw AtiHDhh', tt was the ««hK tax. 1%^ ^^OKd 
h HJMWm-yaeni i w iii i iott it Ibe Assembly a statewicte $i^ tax 
- eaM«0d IB I96iS. 

~ « sit to create ^NnunfajM to loolc Mto tte taset 

aad kow to ^ k pMo d^ ^Mlg htt flMCMe 
«Mpe«i f^' 



odttced If Dilegifca KrfNs imI mill 



t^ lee of ^.00, vm a suptle* 
muM tim title tee of $5.00 m^ 

OIHTOeE BOOK Fitt 

stodi S(Md #f A mU m^ M 
9:W ejo. ^'etei^b^ in tM 

1|« peoiptMn Witt he p m e n te d 

to ^MMi«ttoe of Vtnxf W«»k. 
te TtA wffi si^i^r « BMk llur 
W«d]^day ttrwgh IMc^ at ttw 
adNdt fii# iA te a <U^[iiay o| 
hMlEi itf mA ftide Iwel. Sill 
of hMls «M ta IM^. We<hM»- 
dw u4 t^u^hy ^ be for 
"ftwiMli^ Mee of (te hoik* 




7'Ap foUowing u rg^m 
m^ «#M III M« V 

ani it prepared by llteit 



^I^M» & 



m tht l^r^^tly Review 

orh corrttfotdni, Cwl M. ttOeb. 



Wfl^UM 



U, as we (hscusaed in our h»t issue, diefv is fair comcniits that 
die buiteess oollook is qdhe Strang, hoi oomUonMe dkUon m 
the question of whether this holds true oaly for the next several 
mcNi^ or Ik ft p i iK i e i ito d lesieA iMt is every iwaoci lo be alert 
to a^ MlntMi dMi «r i£o«fj(# Ww bt tojUw oan. WKat we 
are IwMg for is some kind of DEW line for the business cycle, 
wheie Wf Mads e«pteticaUy for chm^ war^ nttfaer than 

fotv^ Cto ^mt haown harbiii|en of tfthigi to ooow are Ae 
so-c^kd le^M hMfeaton, ttacistleitrm^isares of sooeomic activity 
whi^ U^oricwy h«ve turned WiQ ahead ol trend CMps in tte 
genenl ecoaomy. Among iMm wa AM soell well kmiwtf series as 
avenge woiIl n^ek, accession and layoff rates, new orders, building 
comnct wrards, kousJag slaitt. ntt nhaWfa ia dia awalier d 
opers^ %HsiMsea, HaMHtisa of ti i s hte ii laihuas, law hidustrial 
pr^s, (wrpMate |Mfitt, and stock prices. The leadiqg of diese and 
close to 20 a6m tm ofM dllCUiaed hanM«allst of huNMis pres- 
sutes is to km ^le. In tti* fl(M piaca, hatet statJUfeaf ia nature, 
these i^hMoft tM us nothing about politicil, iat efa ati on ai. and 
fiscal d^nsMliiaate whkh iaw i > i l i a t M Jwvb aprofoidid impact 

af lill, tkw Cuban coaf^mita- 



cm bnitoess iMhr%; the 
ticMi ^ Ite MOie |wr, tlia Saaa crisis of 1956, rapid »lufu in budge- 
tary or aicnetey potfey siad piaetl«a, aaid dto iiseotoower heart 
attadt any mrm u exaaq>fes cita^Htg poiMi fbr teaiasss seatimeat 
and mpmmi0» which cqitld not hive been sigaaled by aay sta* 

on o^dton tyiwii of 53S»i 3ii t 0SM ^> afirdiaS^ prove 
false becMle my provided a sqBmnf *m wadMi^ for povem- 
m#K itrf »W»»Wf to ad^ pri ii iip' WMJ i iWfai J^ ^^h 

si^ciRxM te f^Mg or fl&^t^ a detfiM. Also, oler the viiprous 
advnce, «%iek is die ami aOONBOa pMMna dariai ike aaify sta^s 
of a recovery, there wn oilMi panws, periods of h^ttdcm, which 
#>watoatte Isidtag tlAeators Ommt ^ m teWow^ by 
tatter MNiSW f«ii» ifcaa • dow4itft:T9a 9mfk ef ted tme 
vari» ooosi(teid>ly, mm Mity bitw^s differnt mdkators but from 
oaa«^asM ^/m to aiMiafi' aid dmM has aAen tkam ttM 
"pr^MMoa" of some of the to^eatBrs m n^wi mm n^m mmA 
dieir cdlapse all^ die s^l toaklnai^ OMNle t9$2 die ywr^ tte 
beel adveftteed res^s^A Ifiit mm mek f^et. ^yiy, ttere are 
litems of a Ha^tot DatBre. >fo pnftet KhMtmeM of die nw 
iMa on bwin^ a^rHy to etatiaaia s^o^ Md hnfMU' fhK- 
tuatKxns has yet beeo CwMd, atid dii MnMAiM may be nost s^iM- 
cMit wh» Ae gre^st aceufi^ k MaAed, i.e. aioaM Mlaess cyrte 
tumtaf poim. ^hd tte lea^flg tadeMm pa^vida eacM gii^- 
poati a^i Aoi# th^ g^>uW MVelta a i iJI i iiiitM i llill ^dtirtsted 
from si^ Impoftent exttasMtM^ MHliaMlhaa as iha sMa of 
business o^idai^ m mfmum stt>^4w > MMM ^ d|»if eaiMi> 
Mitiea and JMlsteow we ni^ Ml| tfaH mvmm m^ of 
tte MiliBMHtars da^ nattidw Inaariy Md ^ tl« «pnsMi 

Thus menired. let OS tara ov aataatfba to someol dK atms 
nt^e M^le hM dev^oped hi d» pMt li quid it ion cf mmi 
ihvanto^ has prabiMy m^ WtMc wsBiiy MiMabcf Oiw to po- 
tfto^ te<^^ ta die pd^vw an. Hm, #s» affj i aiii to ha ao 
rnisMi far ooAHni m M. IVlMlMr bieMae el hMtar mttads of 
hivniD^ ooitoil ar di^i^ m Ji ijiftoiaBia hwiMMa dRD^aett^. 
addittoaa hi iBiniiwaa in 19#3 te«l dalK mi aiMt ttaa k»p 
pa^ wA V'o^^ t^ tonuxL M $102.7 bfi^ al ^trend, total 
busteoM jiinHiofii^ M groMa atmK $4 tnltton 
SAtstoMitatoMi l^mdMidf rtlM,ai^iM 
since late 1962 or ftM* tM wiMr tate 1^1. A^ ff ewi m^m m 
1*64 <Mm 8a«^tta4 ao^ SS hSap co^ be tM to m- 
vi^MriM w^out iqi^^ring a tatfo iMA U ma ^ ib^^f/^ a 
^TWd ^ "MvMf off the mlvw" witik ite OMMxniitent {mswre on 
pro^c&B. An>#» secMir M^^ wMM| k etfitaif ^p^MT^; 
Sv«teAii^ tt W^r ta^ipt h^^bd le the slwnp of 
1958 ud M a IMtii ailA #1^ eoNMny hi Ac form of die 
ilttderutiUnticm of ^us^plattt m iha aaid sr^enl years wUh |b 
^f^i^ ^t iMttlirif M, mimst, pim and eM^aiMK 
^o^^ tes bew nhdM* iMa4 0van d^ oMit »^au^ roncaMs 
^ die attnM year wmdd cany eaeidibias lot Meae pwfiMas 
cnly to 7:1% of 0M» vi M% dhMH «& IM oi^d a|«ttt 
to«n. M<»eover, dKi cufrent <»pHal nivestmeni proghon is slanted 
^wrd die creatiett of AMRB Mid MiMy prodw^ii^ ftN^U^ 
tibn da rtt^aii of w^aiM Kf^alMj ! . 

IWNEY, hpltt^ iaONBY 



Tto balaaoe of payments worrv is sdil widi us. Bet while it 
would be foolhardy to assume dMt because of the im p iwea aan t hi 
tfae lastMl el t9& we have MM *is proUta^ tt does not i^|»pear 
uamanlitdUe at diis time iM9f iMy to assama proportions thnt 
wouhl induly crimp the style of our dtmiaatic aeonomy policy. Wtiich 
tewb us to a conaraeradoo of cradit ia ha VHlaua aapeots. Omsumcr 
c«dttlt in particular aaaaas te»ava c » aBfroft caiB«fBad hotii eomiag 
aadfoiag. Soma Isal that die «yQte of GOQiuniat debt is about to top 
Mt, mad that the ux^oat wiO kaMa kaa dtan dtt pndiMad iaapaci^ 
cm ^eadiM l^iuMO ci the daiire <^ the c^»^tt^^ to strc^pl^n tts 
Itouid wsiM^OAart f^ Oli a Mw Mdi^ and h^^ 
nillta^ Aiiftaii^ Ittlt tdHii # asWRks^ mriOt mnMAtm tlat 
has ahmKfy been dMetteaAi^ (taly daw will tdl, but it wCMdd 
appear to us that the comwner is not yet about to rctroich; ^t 
wk abmit lowered credit standards is not suppoitad by d» evid^^ 
of deli^uency iniaa; diat whOe oontractoti repayments at 13.8% 
of dttp^ribla intena aie |n hUh gaound hhtOfkaUy, diis dcKs not tdo it btrt yourself. 
ooistituAe a threat as yet consKlerhig die improved abUhy of the { Rra m fflas of pow oMtor man- 
ooiBumer (with pension i^ans, social security, and whai mot) to i i^ he said, n« ftiflure to sig- 
can^ d^ and that' dta cupami^on of consuumer credit, tte cxc^s ! ati m»'t in^tNn« otn^Ui^ 



1. MU 

Hifl, ^. rf «W W. W» a. tas- 
taM of Iftt. MitttB he HU. died 
k a b^lM naiKy irt %M ajn, 

A imn tf fm owiwy, w^., 

•eiad iMn ^ t^tm Ma. 
SUpyvd k ltt7 t^ 16 
^emawrioe. 

MsMn hto 1^ te^ te stt^ 
riiMi 1^ a Ml. fornA H. Wl 
of Virghds aiaeh: and two daagi- 
lars. Mai. Mildred IVvrest wd 
On. Cht\m Cvaitan of Wkt- 
tarvUia. If.C 

. TtM bo6y was sent from ^1- 
lamoa^Brown fVineral Home to 
iVSlihaaeQ runaral Utaa, Giwa- 
ritte, H,C., fM a husnl aar^ee 
andlNrtd. 

vm^9AmAm — ir«ia 

Jaraaa fm^rin, iafcnt daughMr 
^ Jamas m. mA Ito. StamaUaa 
^m0m Iteifvls <a dm mh 
Si. died teadhor M 4:45 p.m. In a 
hoil^hd. 

Ba^i her pmnits, i^ Is 
fundived by a brottw, mmni 
James Itenprte of Kai^tlHak 
Gree<%; tw> iUkan, Maria J^raes 
ftm^uk of Khtm^m aiMl lUla 
Ja^ Tm^^^ of ^1^ 
Beech; and Mr miietwl g^Jh 
asMw, Mrs. Mrige Pami^tu of 
fynanoSk 

t^ bo^ was tehea to MhnAaa 
tumt^ ItoiM. A hmonl aen^ 
was h^ limday at 2 pjn. in 
Prinoett Anae MemnM Park. 

GOI^ON D. .POLLARD 

Oavid FtOud, 19, 3312 Itaulnf- 
ton Bi^ IQnfS Gmft, died hi a 
HovfA hoi^ Sataidsy idltf a 

A i^hni ^ Son Ma, Cidif^ 
he had ttved te Vir^ua B^ for 
18 moidhs. 

He iiat a aon of OandMi Sax 
and lira. Po^ma Voilir ^Ilard 
of Win^ 9mA md « mfteim 
«f f^iMBass AsMi l^oa Jl^attat 
dhurcii 

iNpdes im im^m^ svrvwai 
afta l«e daMi^ Ito 1^ MMrd 
iHdl Miss JNNs iMBrt and two 
G<OTy VArd aad 
Pdlaid. aH « Vlighiia 




mia b^ WIS takm to ttte 
Aneni fltime from 
h'A^a toe an* to^y to itm 
AoMe tf QsoD, Texn fiir 
i^ftu»i| s^vi<« aw! buj^O. 

Laws Can't 

Pimmi 

Aoeidwits 

1?WJSNIA KAOT — "Tlie 
w«ath«^s b»l? — lirt's pas a 
law abmrt Hr 

"Of courw, tiat's a tSBy su|> 
gi^tion," Chief Aeeves E. JN^hi»(»i 
said toctoy. "Nwwthdesa, ttot's 
tibe att^de some permis ]»ve." 
"for exanqte," he coirtinwd, 
"there are many m<^rists who 
se«n to Ihhdi4tait lA Mglpay ac- 
cidei^ cmiM be ptevmA&i msc^ 
ly by 'p«^ng a kw' ". 

the Obief mainbain^ thM 
many crashei aren't tte r^uK of 
a viidstoi of a traffic kw at all. 
llkny are tl» remit of pMr high- 
way manners (m the pirt of the 

HMtMld. 

"TM's v^ tta M)tor Mtaimers 
p^gr«n, hAm ivomored thk 
montb by W^ia B^tch Safety 
jtareau, k ao impoi^urt to traffic 
safcty," lie aid. » •. 

G<K^ motor rnkmiers, Jcdoaon 
eoqplaioedL «ta dia oiAwwd ex- 
piesrion of ^e »olroi^*3 ^ihide. 
In <^er wu^ good lun^st^ 
ahni^ is 4s^ the ri^ thing 
a^n diee to m one to nud^ yw 



FUNERALS 

PATRICIA I^RIi ftlU^ 

RU^, 1, dai^te- ( 
and ttm. Ruth ft«uii«u i>uu »* 
1819 &iith ftras Ao^ Bayide, 
di^ m * Bt^n^re h<^ital We» 

AMdlV* 

Mtm in ^DJ^ac, abe U^ in 
Virghita Bei^ mifm m0Mm 

Se^Aes her^ut^ ihrrtvl^ m 
a br^Mr, (^thA|iite- ^bim 
RUey of Virpdi HmcA. 

A ftu^rai aervtoe was as» 
dift^lMdiy trt 1 pjm. in iimtole 
f\^^ A^ ^ tiia i^. Aay 
m^OA <tf Xi^ Or^ Preib^ 
ieAn Caiur^. Atrial wiM be m 
Prin<^ Mam WmtrU. fuM, 

CHARLtS A. ALLIN 

•mmOA BtACn ~ Charl« 
As«i^as Ate, 07. ol UOe M^ 
IsatiG A^. ^d in hu hooM 
Itarsday aft 10:30 mm. afltf a 
aiMM ^MMB. 

A mrtive of Fnnklin, >NM., ^bA 
e ftnwr, he U^ ten ^ yma. 
He WM tte huAafld of die li^ 
Mn. Annie Lynn Ml^. 

&trvivMi^ art two daugManb 
Un. ^^mifb A. Itoabrkh wd Mis. 
Henry Ptelj» of Virginhi Bax^; 
aM two mm, CIhhjM L. AUte 
airi Jtim H. iUkn of Weh^er. 
New York. * 

tlM body was ti^en Ircmi Maee 
tm Ftei«al i^me to W^Ml 
MU Twmt^ ^«m, <I^nMx:fc, 
Nil., i» a fitteral wsp^m •ai 
burial. 

Nm$. BMME |. mmm 

AAAGONA ^ Mrs. tm^ K. 
Bmm ei, of im 9p&m^ Owl. 
An^na Vttft a #naAttf tt 
Mn. Da^ fWimgB iwoMm mi 
the 1^ RmT. «Wltehii% died, 
in a Poiten^db ia^pMillf^aea- 
day at 3:07 ajn. 

Mn. fiuru, a m^ve of Uc^Cinn- 
vUte, Tenn., hued to tte MMslk- 
Vi^inia Memk aiea M 

She is si Hslasd tw • 
Ifta. fiajonaad VaMMai al Wr- 
l^aia Beach; a aen O. A. ftans ei 
Newport f«(Mr^ a dUiiif, Ite. 
(kor^ CNtv«[i of ^hintoian, 
Tenn.f ami four gran^hiidren. 

A ftawsl aarme "Wits cbo- 
ddei^ hi l&flc^Kmfiaiwn f^ 
neral Home ftiday at 2f pjn. t^ 
mtj mtfUBkVf.% ^tre. Burial 
was in ftisMio^ llaaioriel Paric. 



€( tMtn^OM over repaymeMs ea h perouitage of duqfXMabte iw^Mie, 
has not exhibited any unusual morease. As regards du^gnKral cre#t 
pk^bue, dHxe is no reason to assume diat the monatary mims^s 
will fiiH to provide sufOcieat funds for iqpdmate business ex{»nsion 
as teg as inflationary pressures are \itpi under cn|te|k ^c ^^^ 
have to <fiscuss m a subse^iM ilsua dSe ptmml^m ami ^ 
nrndban^s that wpidd facilitate such orderly ptoj^s. 



JOB OPENINGS 



erai SERVICE IAS 



UfUil furths notice, appGca- required for these positions. 

Full infoonatioo and applicatioa 

:nay be obtamed by con- 

uu,ung die Board* of U. S. Civil 



tions will be ai^:^)«d hx d|9 M- 
sitions of QxuifiotiQn las|iiilrh 
(General), GS-5 and GS-7, lo- 
cated in the bforft^, Vtrgmia 
Beach, Portsmcwith and C3iasa< 
peake, Virginia area, paying 
$4690 and H^S per yaer. A 
uxittea te&t lad, auiariaaoa aaa 



ped^Ariam tt wmmAs, or r^ 
fnili^ to cwM to a eM^Me i^p 
at a ^p si^pid. 

'Ifatonts wh^ are A^mt- 
tecNi% ev«i Ihon^ tl^ my ncA 
intend to tuwk the law, may he 
jhiM Si r^powlte f^ tmfi^ 
cnahn m tto detente kw n- 
iMam." M mM. 

Tte <^ef e«Mi^M IV oU^-- 
ing a gMd mk tar motorijte to 
rmeiMitf: '^iive as y<Mi wwld 
have the other fellow drive!" 

Steteriak to assist parents, em- 
ployers, and other persons m <m- 
deratanding and eeeff^thME-fhe 
cri{^led awl in solvhig problems 
connected with rabahilkalion arc 



Service Eanaae^ U. S. Naval 

Station, Norfolk, Virginia 23511, levaiJ^ £rom the Virgim'a So 
or by applying at any post office | ciety for Crii^led ChUdren and 
for i^icadoQ fofois or informa* | Adults, P.O. Box 1788, Roanoke, 
don as to **'-' ^ * ^'- "lay he '' Virghua. The first step is yours — 






your gift to Saster Seak. 






I K. 0«ifi«y of Nwlott. 
Mrs, idll* t-nnd find 



BACK BAY — Weiy f^lton 
Wh^hunt, 84. husband of Mn. 
l«la Bell Whit€hur3t and son of 
J^rc^ie Md Wn. ^^aey Amx 
WtiMmxit, dMl m Mi ham m 
Back Bay lliesday. 

He wM a lifiteig mUH^ of 
Back' Bay and amea^^ «i Mlid 
MettodM Chureh. 

Btti^ Im wkiow, he is aMN 
vived by a aoa^ Irvte F. Wl^ 
hurrt St., wd a paminn, fr^ 
F. WhWitiral^r., b^ of fladc 

1^ My was ^tm fram J^ 
IwiM-ftrown FuMrtf Hoam to 
BptM M^hodut Chvrdai tor a 
ftmenl servtea niun^, con- 
dw:^ ^-«w itov. Ri^ John* 
mn, paiMr« €N»al WtVl0 Bapt^ 
Church, siria! wu in tiie tandty 



i^m^ery. 



WM-ttR T. OOlKttit M. 

Ifftoms Gi^Bt^ b^ 99, of Anr 
Itoad, l^n^^nen, <&ad Si^mMy 
St *» aA. ia a V«ghik 



B^ m I^IorfMt, he lived la 
UA aM tfl Ms file. He IMS a 
stti tf^hMUA W0m and Mb. 
AmmiB D^u GodiKy' «i|l 1^ 
httd of tM lite Ifak Oftferte 
BeB Q<Mt^ 

He r^ied ta 1900 frwi W. T. 
GeiUNy ft Ooh <nKit lo^ 
iitf^sod piiiat ^op. 

wmMm am mm 
Wm Ub ^fUmy, 1^; WwMI 
A. tielgh, Mbrs. tlMMS C. ftei^e, 
Ms. Uawood O. ftt^ rnoA Wm. 
ttapon ilb ^aui^* a ^ 

^wn of Rk^oM^ sumI ain. 

T, <Sn,'lA^ laifltef T. 

of AMo^ e^ jaut 

T^ €r^ft«y Jr., iNrin 




a 

a hal> 

b(M df 




A ftiOMai awvte WM aiNhi# 
Ml Ifootey A 11 a.n.» In GsA^ 
IteMal ttaB% OmNp^b^ # 
the Sair. mn^aa G Mh^ of 
ftu^ry li^^id Church. mM 
tm m »m04etm^m, N<vto]|L 

KilMUT mmmtlMj^, Jr. 

nM^ — KermM Sinrnaoi 

dotf of Prince Anne tU^N)^'^^ 
^., died in a Nortdk h(^;m 
^uiday 1* 7:10 ajn, 
i^jMa^M hMband of Mm 

of &r!n4 &nmoM and Mm. Vl^ 
kn Witevp land . 

A nmm mUm^ el 
^iM Onai^, he wm a 
<tf !«HM) MeNwdnit GhmA aM 
Mmi^ Ane Gantty Club. Ifc 
ms f<Mr <^nmotoe of fisy itiat- 
ter Ya^ Chtb and a <Ure<^- 
te Vtoglria mfc f ^ d ent f^ 
^tow ^sedsMtm. 

BuiAm hb iridow, uxl parei^ 
he to sBilNad Iqt a dM^er, 
Nas^ Umm tjusA of IHugo; 
im^ml ^andiwrante, Mr.. Md 

mm 

Ti» tody ma Mm from IMf 
IniMA-arown f\tMffti Home W 
Nismto Mathedlat C^irdi ftsr a 
tannal aeivira ItaidiQr id 2 p.il. 
&iM tMi HIVMo Church <%. 
iw*My. 

MIS. KIZABfTH ARCMI , 

CAF« oy^iES — Mrs. 1^ 
A^h Bowden Ardiie, 80. H Wi- 

ia A]^m Pariu, kfter a l^p 

A i^vf ol CMnMltesgue, ^ 
was a (hugbta- ol i^ Selby and 
Mrs. Jbry Comfort^ftjwdim. 

^m iM» a msmibK of Hwortti 
p[^o#it Ohureh. I^more. 

Besktes her iHi^tend and Mra. 
ParhSk snrwMng «ee 4iiK«e otii^ 
v mifey ifiei. Htoidtae i^tdda 
Bradford of Willis Wharf, 9^%.,, 

iaach and Ite. tncilte AnMe 
Parks of Ibuniae; 10 ffmM^^ 
ma,^'S6 gr^^pUKkduIdren «od a 



A fuMnJ s«rvk» wm held ffd- 
dsy at 2 j^ai. 'm Wffltiitti ftei«^ 
Wmm %y Oe Itev. ft. W. Oai#- 
wate of IHlgrim's ff}hndaB 
^wich, Ctoe da^tei, and die 
«ev. id^i^ Middns <d n^ri^ 
Aoto^a (%u2i^ fb^iore. 




ftUMticFnel 
OUCo. 

Call: 
Day or r4^}ht 



~ Irving rt^ 

NINTH Lwg«t Qty 

In #>• 

United $tat^ 



OE^ 



nmnm 

HEATING OIL 



C^NnreipMidenii 



Mrs. Rita Vellii^s 



464-1229 Baysi^ 

Ooiari Nr^ 



Mrt. Doris Pa*lA 341-1978 King's Grant 

Rnewood Gardera 
£«£>ern Parle 

A^s.&^^nf^ d4]-^^ Th«ii« 

(16 a.i?i.-4 p m) Bfrehwf^d Gaid^i 



Mrs. .\ay Junn«on 341-4942 Uiji^sope.ar. Coion/ 

(after 6 p.m. Princess ■''- "• 



ion/ I 



WISH AOlfE FLOWf m 



SaWKoae 



Ji*"/^T^K V wpw ■-_— -—. . ^-rir- tm.'K • y "i»»j» 

ActtMajf tkt im&er >«t«h an Ay Um wMi ^_ „„ , 




«Wi 



ITbImui 
slipped out ot th« pot* vltbAot 

tb« tett 14 x*mr 






•ow ««Md« wiuM pitttta crt l» sMr. smQi lii^ 



luni 



flttHniflr ««« Incliidvs 

drtaK ••*>«. »• »ot try t« «nt tumot of .t^w^MlTu™ . 
v«Ula VkUu- tad tin ibAts Isok V«<a;r ftfttf twnkavl r>km. i 




• i^MW^nas 



MiC^ 11^1 ptlMf 








I 





to 
lllMMlft s^nd nil m^t- 

Manm If. Mtaraia, ISA An- 

Virginia Benh. Va. 

* MWT 



• imm. NOTICE S 



VHIdlNIAs 

Ip Mw CM^i OffJM ^ «w Cl^ 
oit tmm tl Hit €% i« Vto«Mt 

v^HM^p fNi ^^* Vnl Viy ^n 



MiAl^ti parth^ Mn or ott^r 
p^^ it fNMMi, « tt«ir lieliv, 
Mi^ dvMMH^ir iimHiii wb» ancy 
in <Ms MMer, 
n^pUrrt to appMur 
wttitt ten 4tv$ tMst due p^U- 
•ittii fcMiof utA do tutei nay Iw 
to imtiM tiMr ro- 
tmm^i Mdi, It la ftir* 
tiiil tte Above 
poitim i^ ^ M^der be ptAUdwd 
»Me KMklr 'or four tiaes Id 

Wewyap^ tem^ geoend cire»' 
latton in Hw Ctty of Vte^Oa 

I^ile: lOHN V. nmv^ 
mi Mary M. )^ilta. D.C. 

Aum J. Qomm, pjq- 

P.O. Box l^Sft 

GrMt BiM^ ISwppini Clnter 
.Viriinia 



Virginia a«ach ajN-NBA«, T«wd«y, A^c*^ 10, 1964 



MkMMlte'taA^iMiiMM 



■ii^ 



<5?S^ *?t^ 




4j^l>2401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



EA^H-OYMfiMT 



^ >^ WawfdWItole or Pwwak i 



mflW ki mtM* iilriMli^ fee «i aMmtfiN! sutten ttWng tfcdKli 




tkat ito mmmu iat ani a a mam 

Wi iMnr.Btel^ a mmmb cms «( it i 

li » i^MT iMMit* «4E ft 



aaaHmft'toHwaropBmeaaftta 
a aiMl te «wv«d wtmiib II '* 
ft Mttar api^lta,i|i mm 

▲ Utte eerMr tl*V^te(A9«rt itatf fte i^ ai^ tin ^kS0 
IMAI "Ml 1WHM9 f«» a ^«tt «^ MMM to IftAi ft liMM «^ 
— "^ ft iMT MMkati of foaii Md««t MV ftirt staiM iA«a 
f ttm arriTM la ymt mnm, wtil rnrard Tott wltli tk* p>B#it 
'■ — '^-evaa tlMagh tiMrt'i aaUtlM MCf 






UOJWiOMVflALTH CP 

la Aft OMlE'i IIM«a ^ «a Ckv 
eutt CmH of fho Ctly ^ VirpMa 
m MM 14lh day of 



l%e obp!t «f ttds sutt ia to ob- 
(aia a ^ttwm^ a ^k^ miAii- 
flwiili fxmt the said delmdalt, 

im mmmm tmm baen 



a A mm-^MmA <rf tte Stali of 
Vkgfih, fte bit Itemn poll «f- 
Ate iMMII l^ng: FX). 9m mi 

Ummtl, AinoM, It is «Klejed 
tiuA fte 4o ^H>ear bara wMiiii 
ten <1(^ d^ idln> ^e poWa^tn 



WE Binf ^ flOX — ^AT 

MrTZMOMR 

or to 9 «»-7IM 



hereof , and te «M any ba 
aaiy to ^oteA im MmMt in 

jom V. fiMta^s. ciok 

^: Mary «l. White, D.C. 
EBWAm T. CAfWl a p.q. 




Vufim 



Viisin^ 



t4»WI 









Mnch 22, 



Inc.. im 8b«M 9»mm, Vir- 
i^ BiKib, ^^|i^ m *ai» 
e^oK to sli, «e Ml Mck 
liflibie A «*. M^ 41^ auate 

Hi fron A#Mtiui C. K^is, 
«^A Fflii mm, V&gWa, by vir- 
tw el tic liiiinmirfa<«t»i m^ 
motal sales coBftrad. M«l ^ine 

HQfJ KICK, iNC. 

2iat * rm^ 

S-W-IT 



'Ail tt^^ that OB HMtdi 22, 

iwi, fltli^ iiB. it mm mm. 



wmt L. Bri^ a/lMt WiUtaiin L. 
Bi^M, Um Nedc Road, Vlr^nia 
Be^ Vb^jtaUa, Jotai &1^ Jr., 
AMiMi Iftttemn, ftaige Brigit, 
UtfwMvm William 
Aiitawm Unknown, 
H. mm, A4dm» Un- 
known, tAo^ Btii^ "^iHebNd, 
•/Mt Usrit Bri#it OUB^, A4- 
^MmVttamm, rai f^Msy Bright, 
Addzca Unka^n, or if any of 
Hn riwfw named <tetei( i MHa be 
Mt Mil, tten ttUr btfa or 
dvri^^^ toiatfaar iNib ai^ «id 
alt oAtr p^aoni, toown or un- 
kMnv, 1^ may have an ii^i^eat, 
iHtat, iitle<n-€Mm in andtotiie 
pf^iri^ aotti^ to ba partitioned 
blOito fveoe^Ung. are tte owi^rs 
or tia^ « interest tiMPeia. 

ir> ■ >■■ it ■ ^km 

<MDm OF PUBLK^ATiON 
IPhe objeA ol thif aoit ii to el- 
lart pBitittMi aas^rt tte inmera 
^ milt «r ^bviriat «f tiie fol- 
kwii^ deacrttad i^^|)«ty, ilbiiito 
li (be G^^ Vii^a Beaoh, Vbr- 

AM tto* outoffi tiiot, phoa or 
paroel of tend, fyim ^ ^a 
Cjity of V^i^ia Beach <Im> 
iB(^ tiw Cawty «l Mtc^ 
AnMI. mji^l, «« being 
(|e «MM tWi^ ««nbyed 
to Ate W^ by dead of 
Wmiam BMtMt* dated Ibr^ 
16, t»7, aM Mi« « Oe 
laiMi *le ^ Ulte Neck 
Ileal, hi Mm l4rMl»v«a B<nr- 
01^ 1^ tte €i^ of >^giQla 
Bei^ Vfrg^. 
Uls liBdai^ te¥ing bem oade 

4latlhi i^eiAiili. ^^n &4fl*. 
«.. ilM^ Brii^ ^K^tm )»%ito- 
bMtd. imon H. fti|^ and Lb- 
1^ BMi^ "MiiMiead, <1n kwma 
u Imit Bright Cars^, and U- 
1^ M^ «i« deoe^ and the 
brin, daviaees «r aaitens of the 
*o«e ftfttei oBWft aficiuit^ 
be ^iteitDad and tb«t due diU- 
fneft im htm vmA by and <m 
1^)^ of the <^mpbiaaM to aa- 
(^itabi Oa naraaa «bA/'^ addr^ 
aas ol tta btto wd dMlaa^ of 



RAn: 

tlJt 



Irani. AiiliiaMl cm 



OASSmiD DISriAYt 




SAIiffi fil3>f»^BDrrATIVE — 
Wwted by <M ertabUahed toc^ 
irtridMale finn to oaU <» rrtail 
food Mid drag outMa la Vir- 
gil BeMdi and tmnm Wn- 
eoB Anne arMa. One wMi per- 
mmi Mnlacto and ex^ritooe 
pnlerred. ^lary, coiMniaaion, 
and frittga beh^i. mue P.O. 
B<n mi, Norf<4k, ftatag age. 
experience, refnw^ee and 
g^r qmUfJCTtiana. 

43 Peaitlofi Wanted— tomato 



MEROlANDtSf 



9) ^toyaohold Ooeda 



Work wanted, fvt t^me. Typing- 
Filing, ^m. 9-12. Call 42»a790 

BABY srrroiG— Da^ tor wrk- 
ing mothers. CtA «»-?4S0. 



QUALJFKD BOOKIOaSPSB — 
a^UlaWe tor amaU taalMM c<m- 
cems. WUl acheduk viaki irt 
your eon^ttienee. Mao nMmeo- 
grqphh^ d<nN. RMaa i^Btmr 
aUe. Telephone 4^4804. 

Five days work, by tl» wedc. 
Ifaid, or houaework, or chikl 
care. Call 4^4MB; 



t« 



Ihrotrat ywir homi from the hor- 
ror <rf fire at nifht. UL ap- 
proved, fire iming a^tem 
for penni» a digf . VANGUAM). 
622-9616. 



ojsKui nmm fllRVKas - 

Aft ^ei (rf typliW to order: 
manuacript. btubiaa l^len, «i- 
v^pe •Afkvm^t^^tm^ ed- 
)tei by agM «i«»coli^ 
gr^iMlM. M ^tt h^ aecre- 
tariid aisr^ee oo^HtooiriHy. ev^n 
a ain^ Mt«r, tot im toke care 
of y<Nir woct. IMm oto requait. 
Cidl 3^am Prtca QM4m, 
211 itth SL, Vkmi» Beach. 



DID YOU 
KNOW... 




^^,i^^^ 



DOES 




• l^^l MUS 



Banees Cards 



— Bsfliiiefls fwias 
-WetMiag 

AlHMMIIICeKM^ 

-f^^Taving 
andEmbosniK 




KWCSTIAUTE 
CAU US 
GA6-240i 



VMCHIIIA 
tUN^NbWS 



liSPACIHCAV 



#1, 



HA^^ OUTTM; WH- ^RA^^ 
to enytlong ttiA ma^: chttdren 
<»■ ftAilt pu^ sirvk% clt^ 
cteu^ gTM^ — follu song! 
from a tvta^ iMotonany to 
anae iiHtntfaad old ^gltah 
biHatte. Alao a^iaro dance oiU- 
yifm Mce» 211 7«h 
Vlj^nbi 9mA. Call 
GA8^55. ^ 



PIAiK) umom, fur boginneia. 
Itly honK «r youn. 960 7nh 



fyeviatoas — Ifwd. 
BragM ant Md. 

OCaANfV 

Ooeaitt, Va. 

Next 4ooT to Howard Cleaners 

nwne GA 84774 



11 



A ft P Driveawi^ Inc.— We wil 
d^iwor your ctf to <nr Iroin any 
eiy. OaimfuiQy aalaalid diiven. 
Ool 63MM)4. 



tl 



ijOST— ^RreacrjptiOB aun ^mm. 
Vieinlty iqr Oillny. LisKKm 
ftefc, «r Motflim \^glnla 
BeMb. mmti. Vbaut 4mm. 



"HfBRofivT 



20 A Ki wiiab W aa ^r tola 



OHEVilOL£T, 1»M. Ckrad condi- 
tion. Cbaip tor quk^ cub 
bttyw.CaBCAe-ldgB. 

BimX LASASKE, IWl. 4 ^. 
Sadwi. IVkMa anS ttees, power 
fltoMlag. fwfbsrtatea, fKtto 
and hwtar. Other mittm. 
AOtoA nmm 34,066. One 
owner. B«KgNt new 1961 Will 
fiuum. <M K. i6. Uom% 428- 
775§. 



■ioti^.K 



10 AwpHanfa $9m^m 



^dM nd Mfvtoi. ftgn^ 9^ 
flci»t x^iira. nek up and 
MMff- Fhone aA»4^2. 
Vari l^d ft BttiUisi Snp- 
In* 



II Bwlidini-ltoBfiring 



^5W AND REPAIR WOBS 

Plumbing — Heating 

l^etrical >- Air CondiUoBisg 

VtmCESS ANNE FLUIIiBl^ 

AND EI^CTRICAL 

SUm&S. INC. 

Fbona 436-2060 



New and Used FumKure 
Uph4dfta«d and HefinMied 
Oak Wadiitand $45.00 

ftnrel clnir 49.00 

Swi^ Rocker 22.90 

OcoMional Chair 16^ 

Boudoir Chair 29.30 

SmaU diaat 10.00 

Sote bed 60.00 

New bedroom suits, Bunk Beds, 
Rug. Mirrort, and Pictaret. 

•HUKop Uph<datering Co. 

1000 Vk-ginia Beach Uvd., 

Virginia B^ch Phrnie 4284877 

••We Buy and Sell 

Used Mercbandiae." 



Re^rtga«t<»9, freeaera, ato?ea, 
living room furniture, <docka, 
IU0I, books, bedroom ftin^ina, 
punt, rwfioe, mattreaaes, 
(^fings, porch lumHure, metal 
cabii^ts, bdc - a • brae, Mfai, 
dudra, dwata, lioolmm. You 
n«ne it— wt have k and at ru- 
aonaMe i»ri(^ and easy ternu. 
Hiitz Bazaar, 227 llrst Ooknrial 
Rd. Ooeana 4^7068. Open • 
too. 



aO tti^iiOM CHNtortwHIoa 

SPARl TIME INCOME 
Refilliiv tai coUecting money 
from New Type W^ quality coin 
<^rated <H^nsen in ius ar^. 
No selling. To qualify you must 
have a car, references, |M0 to 
$1900 cash. Seven to twelve 
hours weeUy can net ecoeO^it 
monthly income. More toll tin». 
For personal interviwr wrtte 
WindacR- CUaMbuting Company, 
6 N. Ball* Ave., Pittsburgh, fti., 
16202. Include phone nun*er. 

MANAGING PAimWR-4tefined 
p«*snuAle unincumbered gen- 
tleman, 40 to 60 years; buaneas 
exper»nce recpiired. Colle^ 
a^ promotional background 
<t&i!a^. Mamtgii^ pio-b^ in 
annU aj^itment motel. Duties 
^wfl inchide corre^Jondence, 
promotion, guest reWtoia, 
bookkeeping aw! office detidla, 
|Au8 04^as^onal maintenaiKe. 
afay be empkjyed el«ewl»re 
durii^ the <tay, perfomang 
duties during evening' hours 
end on weekends. 
This is an unusual oppcHtontty 
tor a g^ttoman of character 
and personatt^ to «i}oy pleaa- 
jHOt living cscM^Uitons plus in- 
come mMi wiiwr ef fat. 
lUntoMOi ^1^ of 95.000 te- 
^plwd mwiAmm of r^poni- 
hmy and #>od faith. 10% rc- 
Mn gwanAeed, plus slure of 
tftmomi >rcms. Living quar- 
tors lurni^ed, if desired. 
■RMie srtatt eoopleto resame, 
l^vbv boriMM and dmracttf 
MiHiiieea to Box 102, Virgtoia 
'Baadi ^^utNewa. 



RUQS— tel2 Uttcrieum tor evsf 
room in tl» house. I4.95 oih 
and cany (no deale»). Waldi 
Pumitore. 17th ft Baltic 



ft&ff al bal am 



)M 






Two badromn c(m§t, tmMtmA 
or unlMmliwil. KM on msum 
yearly. Mnot T^it^bam 



116 BiNlriMS 



Rant 



Ofltee or amdl atare for reii 
Comer 21A and ft^k. C^ 
owner 4a8-lf^, a^ito eaU 



Warehmiae, mfbbM A«p tftm, 
or almga. Ai^ riai. lltt St 
Reaaonrtle. Dong SeaiMns^ 9mii 
Bgtoto. QA888^. 



dA^^lM 6#LAY 



117 m^ifod To Rafit 



Teaser d^rcs amidl OBhirni^ 
ipMMM. ndmlrty :)t 
fttneaaa Anrnttm. Other 
eiAkjni mimiMid. xearb' ^ 
^ <W GA 8-U40 aftar 6 p 

Tlwea bedroom t^jfnidMd house 
^lae to Ooeni for Bank Of flc 
BanBaaMBttoOMit. We ah» Aeed 
tan aad l^gh Mdroom fu> 
Bisb^ IVaAiMlB and houses. 
BiirRiid 11^^141322^ 



feENtAL REAL BtATt 



110 Apai n w awta Uti^lwwtoNd 



APAJRTMims — f^mdAad or 
unfiunidied. Afi jprioa lU^ea. 
Cooper Realty, 904 Laalto M. 
428-1330. NigMa 428^». 

Two bedroom unfumii^ed apart- 
meiM with dining rook and 
screened porch fOO.OO, Imdnd- 
ii^ wator. BeU Real Estate, 




ROOFIN$4IUTTp«NO 

nmt Oft iWAm 
GA 



416 22nd St. One and two bad- 

room apartm^ta. Saotite 

, 1^ ^ove, re£r^arat(ff , and b(4 wa- 

T <^ ler heater in aB ap«1in«iti. 

Yetfly rnit. Water tisnlAad. 

42»272i 

RUI^iE MOTEL APASSiflSTS 
1, 2 room efiii^aatM <»!»- 
pletely fumi^iod. Weekly. 
sxMhly. "We can ftitfiish ev- 
eryfting tait food." 900 sm^ 

\v minimnm GkfLSOSil. OA^ 



A^EfUIHAhO^ 



90 ArtklM Por late 



PlM^S-4J8ed. Spinets, Graiuis, 
Upr^Ibts. <^n<%rt Piano Tuner. 
Hem A. XeUey. OaH I28-6237 
74 ajn. aM 8-11 p^m^ 

CLOTHES LENB POSTS— t22JB8 
©>iaplrtely installed, heavy 
tfttty T p<wts, with four linee 
(100 fee^ set In cow;reto. 
Pli(we GA 8-^22. Fuel, Faad 
ft Building &iwly, Ine. 



tiajBVlSON ^rrs— Used, in 
wi»Ung c<mdition. $10 up. C^di 
and carry. Beach TV Services, 
422 Vi^inui B«Eu:h Kvd. 
428-702L 



nm €it>cdating oil heoteia $10. 
Do^to aiHl angle coil springs 
^. <3m i^ wat^ beaters f 15. 
ttl drwM 60 gala., to 275 pis., 
#10 «kA- Itoug Seisms, Real 
^8<85^ 



MOPSLfURNITUIffi 

Ten teiboonu fanwus Simmons 

mt^ tomiture 

OMwbi Mid Js^ ^6reen 

9MHe beds 

NMe Mjmds 

Loun^ cteirs 

Desk doirs 

D»ss^^^ 

Lam|»«-(iMa' and ^k 

Calais— te^ 

Wwld ratter sell at om M. 

Can te s^n by offling ^MSW 

forawwi^a^ 

91 llou a ^oM ^odt 

B^)KS-4itentorB, 
i%]A. wn^ficU^m. Any ^u^ity 
in gx^ <»ndttioa. Cat #^ 
7^, S4o7pjn. 



Ill Apartwontt fvrpMhmA 



Out bedroom funuibed a^ot 
mei^. 160 and up. IkUl Real 
i^te, 42fr8m. 




Servicing A ihAm bbA Md 
whMa. Aerao ad taM. 

Pvoapt, iVMMt forme 



ANY AMOUNT-#A»T »»WVtCK 

ANaK)R KALTY 
GA •-?«! Mtm\Mi 



mm toMi% bath, fi^iabed. 
^«f aboi)^. Very ra a ioii a tote . 
lioi^Hbile ki service p^ionoeL 
4^64016 or 4a&ai43. Db<act 
kom owners. 

r_ ,,i . :: - - ■ .-■■.-^-... — 

Om ba^f^om, living room, kttch- 
eiMftte. Centrally toortad. Iksaa- 
oqaUe le^ CaU QA84060. 



ly minimum. 
8-9701 



6A840S0, GA 



I 



Three 2 - becfrooin apiatmaota, 
AuDlAed and unfuiniAad. 
Ninety dollars per ntoi^. Ap- 
ply after 3 p.m., 210 22nd St. 



(^an (^irt Mot^ Apwfmant^ 
SOO^lOth Stcflft tttclmcy 
apartments. All utiUtei for- 
nlahed. Also, 4-room ^•rl> 
tamA ud furnished roovm. 
Block from Bus Stotion. By 
week or montti. 



rumidied mA utfantilabad out 
to 4 b^rann beeaaa «^ ipiit> 
mnts. &ort term or yairly. 
AndMv Raatty. CaU OA 8-7421 
ai^tlma. • 

— UA^mrsmm — 



INSTRIXTO^S 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 



Vlrflnia Nk^ 



AM* t.OAM ASKtCIATlON 
«M «*w(Mr ammm • nsm>mji 

jMr iwWMM vNiiM 



MALttTAn 



w 

422 ^Niiit BMh MnL 
42^7(ttl 




BAY BLAND 

liOtBfOlt MIX 

BAYBLAND 

REAL BSTATi dS. 
«fM0S1 M|l* tA«#f91 



EMROYMailT 



Rdpalri 

CofiifMfCiai 



W. C. XMMSON 



JFhMROAM*?! 

■BHsesaBaaaii 



fMHOYA^hT 



MMimNAIKX 



\p^man^t potion avaSabte >Mtt|i .^gHlj^Kffiearw,. 
Outo- Banks todlHy, OxoSa, NofQiVi^ML. for a && 
plant muntenance man. Hj^ aciool IJiitfiis «*h«way 
y»rs ^i^i^oc^ to ttdtomisJ j0flK wiwtilf ijiMii i <jlji!liiljlj|' 
ekcttidu tostrument^if^ leuiJMMiaa, md msatfmmm 
mechank aqpensaet) required. 

Please mtid Mi htfom^kn atant Inckpooad, er fequeal 
j^Iieation for emplf^tett from 



Atlantic 

Bei^areli 

Cwpoffttion 



Sbhtoy a^mty « itel Eoad 

AltsBiiM^i ^Mb|Wb 
ite Bqual Opportunity Emptoycr 



mmtm/im 






imoimm 



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Ri^ud SgiB, Dana "Wynter 
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a dmn irtxmt a |^AIuter*s rei»«- 
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ttusi^tm), wlio dunaiNto ^,000 
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hom^ tat 1^1 a wite in New 
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'* (Opening W^nesday ^ the 

How far thould a glrifo prior 
to the nupUals? 

The approach to this i^e^ld 
^estioQ provides hilarl<Wf en- 
terlaiment In the tmw Metr*€old- 
win-Mayer and Seven Am pro- 
duction. "Sunday Jn New York," 
Marring Cliff R^jertson, Jane 
Fonda and Itod Taylor, with Jo 
Morrow and Robert Culp in co- 
Erring roles. 

The Norman Krasna comedy 
vras one of Broadway's big stage 
hits and Krasna, who wrote the 
Kreen play for the film version, 
holographed in Melrocolor, has 
made it eveo funnier and visually 
more far-reaching is depicUng a 
variety of scei^ and locales 
which could only top talked about 
within tl» confines of a stage. 

Much of "Sunday in New York" 
ms filmwl on locations in Now 
York City, with wquenees show- 
ing Jano^onda boarding a Fifth 
Avenue bus on which she first 
meets Rod Taytor, a Kene in 
which they row on Central Park 
Lake awl anotlMr colorful se- 
quence which takes place at <he 
akating rink «t (Rockefeller 
Center. 

The ftory cowcerns pretty, 
young 'Eileen (Wm Fonda) who 
comet to New York from Atoany 
to get i^vlce from her jet-pilot 
brother, Adam (Cliff Robertson). 
She has broken off with her fi- 
ance, Russ ^Robert Gulp) because 
rtie refused io get aa "modem" 
about ctoting as he insists is stan- 
dard procedure. She wants to 
know whether her morality is 
^aolato. JUlam, f^^etting Uat his 
^l fri«id. Mona Wo Morrow), 
im left mme key Ungerw in a 
etoaet of his apartmei^ insures 
hh si^ tiwt tfie ii iMohitoIy 
right ai^ that he hinoelf would 
never wmpromiit a glri 

Having deliver^ ttiis hypftcriti- 
ml pr^^3(»nt, Adi^ has. to fa« 
up to the facts el Ule wn«i short- 
ly afler^rds fflleeh plays host 
to Philadelphia sportswrtter Mike 
Mitchell <%)d Taylor) whom she 
has pi^^ up on the bus when 
l|er pin ^U tan^d in his Jacket. 
Having been cau^t in a wmxkm 
<fc)wnpour,^th^ we dryi^ otf in 
batb rotes. ^idBu^tm^ with 
Adam's Mn ^Miophy, Eileen 
Mw MeiMi m wn as weU "^oin 
tin croi^" aiii^fa^ a Miiwvh^ 
baffled and reUwtant Mi^ on- 
Run takes this inopportune nio- 
^nt to arrive at the apartment 
from AMwny. He hM come to tbe 
oMicfai^A tiMt Sitoen ww moral- 
ly Ti^ and wairts her to marry 
him. In order to protect Eileen, 
Mike intevduow mmU as her 
tatither, which n»l»s things more 
coTOf^ortid «^«u tbe real Adam 
ttrrivM m the tsu^. 

We're not going to ti^ ^w how 

tUs coflv^ of crtors ^ynms out; 

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Visit America 




fnm coast to coast and into 
iUuka Md mM, *'^ierican 
Sfwcta^" wtt! vi^ tite most 
beautiful scenic attractions in our 
land. With a ira-lpt written by 
producer hou Haaam, the hour- 
tong in^olor NBC-TV News spee- 
Uk win invite viewers to share 
with jarimtor Van Heflln tte nat- 
ural wowters o! the UnMed Statei^ 

TTie program will be telecast 
Mardi X, at 7:30-8:30 p.m. under 
sponsorship of The Savings and 
toan Foundation, in the colorful 
traditioo of j»ich other Hasam- 
nrodue^ televi^on events as 
.'-n» River Nite." "U.S. No. 1: 
Ameriom Profile" and im Shake- 
f^peare and Van tSol^ sp^als. 

More tiian 40 setting have 
been visited by <wious !®C cam- 
eras to film "American Spec- 
tode," vrifch only a few man-made 
device empl^ed in the se- 
quences. 

"tft WM our intention," Hazam 
said, '%o make every American 
Mke prMte of tiie scenic beritafg 
which to his to enjoy for all time. 
We wwrted to ^w U» great 
natural beauty of mt country 
and tberofore n»ke Mch awl 
overy «m of ut f»oud of the 
_^je(td» irtaeed here by God for 
all <w dtiseiw todieriA." 

Prom ^ opening wene in 
Now York harbor, <^ca^winner 
HefUn ^itm to audittwe on a 
thriliuig tour ot mitk abactions 
as Cs^ Cod, l^ara, YeUw^ 
^ne thtionia Park, Oregon's 
Satam ^iver. ^e Kteuea wd- 
eanie ««• of Hawaii, tiie i^cka 
fidds of Alarf», Cape Hatterw. 
tiie mm ^oMm, m Grand 
Cai^M. tte PrtrMod ^o^, C^ 
ifomta's Inyo MitioMl Por^ 
and lianJiina^ tM^tw vm. 

■^■^rieai^ dtaveM. Ori^al 
nMUte ^ tf Wdie Itaaofi, aad 
f^mlNrti^ Qi^ite Is ffln o^tttor. 



aufflcient to say tlwt everything 
ends ai lapplly as tt does hllar- 
ioudy. Mtoen'i virhie remains in- 
t^ and tfie gets the husband she 
roally vwnts. Airf m do« Mona. 

Jim Backus, as a harried pilot- 
dispatcher, and 4h« popular i^an- 
ift Peter Nero playing himself 
(he also wrote the film's musical 
seorc) add to the merry goings- 
on. 

"Sunday in New York" was 
product by Everett Freeman and 
directed by PWer Tewksbury. 
Moviegaers are going to find this 
rollicking entertainment on a 
Sunday or any other day, in New 
York or elsewhere. 



Miclcey Aooney 
Rawliide Guest 

Mickey Rooney guest stars as 
Psn Macropolous, a ^nderer 
with the soul and intuWon of a 
child who has searched for 11 
years for a "woman he really 
doesn't want to find, in "Inci- 
dent of the OdysMy" on "Raw- 
hide" Thursday, March 28 <e:00- 
9:00 p.m.. EST) on the CBS Tele- 
vision Network. 

In tlw story, Pan's simple phil- 
osophy and wi^om save the day 
when trail boss Gil Favor's (Trew 
threatens to desert him because 
of his strM discipline. ^ 

Eric Fleming and Glnt Easft- 
wood stor as Gil Favor and ram- 
rod Rowdy Yatts, respectively. 
Carole Mathews plays the woman, 
JUicy. Other "Rawhide" regulars 
who appear include Paul Brine- 
pr as Wishbone, James Mur- 
dock as Mushy, ^ve Raines as 
'Jim evince, Itocky Sha)»n as 
Joe S(^rlet mi BobeA Cabal 
as Hey Soot. 

Child Study 
Show's Topic 

NOOTKMiK-NlWPORT NEWS 
^The highlights of The ChiW 
Study Ai»>ciatMn of America 
c»nfeHin# on wnotkiruA and 
health prMslems fiKsing ^ mod- 
ern chM will be broad^»t on 
WTAR Midlo (700 on Ibe dial) at 
8:15^ pjn.i Wedn^iday, Mait^ 11. 

The conferenw 'm conducted on 
the sub^ of "Current Presses 
on our Children" and vriU deal 
with i mpUcs^ioi^ . to their 
b^thy growth. 

Partidptnts are Dr. Benjamin 
Spock, national a^ority on child 
care; Dr. Peter Neij^uer, Sector 
of the (Mid Developmert Center 
in New York Cit>-; Dr. Erkh Lin- 
d^mnoi foofes^r of p^^iatry 
at Hu-vard Medical Scb^; ISary 
Ellen Goodman, consulti^E an- 
thropoh«lit; a^ Whttaay M. 
Young. Jfir., excCT^ve director of 
tl« NiMoittl Urten League^ 

lliis progi:am will be edited 
from a full <toy's diacuMim to 
ftt ti% 45-minuto broa<tei^ time 
periwl. 



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Marifh Stars 
Injtole Of 
President 



WGH To Wekome 
Back Dick Lamb 



If your crystal Wl shows Fred 
ric March asl future President of 
the United States, it's not making 
a mistake — in the fortlwoming 
Paramount release, "Sev3n Days 
In May." which openi Wednesday 
at the Princess TTieaiw, theJ.wo- 
Ume Academy Award winner por- 
trays -the American chief execu- 
tive—with unerring authenticity. 
, i» 

The artor w« dtosen for his| 
rote entirely on his nwritjs as a per- 
former—not on his former per- 
sonal contacts with America's first 
citizens. During filming of "Seven 
Days In May," *fiirch entertained 
the members of the tci^ cast, 
which includes Burt tancasler, 
Kirk Douglas, Ava Gardner and 
Edmond O'Brien, with anecdotes 
of his association with Franklin 
D. Roosevelt and Owigh|j&.#isen- 
hower. 

"My first visit to the Wfiite 
House," the a(tor recalled, "was 
duing Franklin D. Roo^velt's 
term, I arrived juA as the Presi- 
dent w^ conduding a news con- 
ference. Mr. Roo^velt, who un- 
derstojrf the techn:,^diLies of 
photographing these Msions, 
®lle(i'to the cameraman, "Okay, 
Cut. Print.' Then he waved to me 
and wted, 'Mr. Bfarch, how do 
you like tbe way I (ttrect my 
K^n^' i had no reaara iwt to 
t^press my ap^val." 

MaKA's njeetiag with awther 
White House occupant owurred 
during World War H, when 
March, while entertaining GI's in 
North Africa, was introduced to 
ti» then General Eisenhower. Af- 
1^ thirt ^tA me^mg, tl» stor saw 
Mr. SaiBbow<»' many times and 
wu alm^ ini^Mly identified as 
'^he wm I saw in Algiers." 

At !Hiraai5uat, March ei»cted 
his rote as U. S. President with 
such authority. boA in appear- 
ance and diction, that every 
member of the crew got iirto the 
habit of addressing him as "Mr. 
ft«sid«»t." This imaginary diief 
officer that Mr. March iwrtrays is 
at the helm af the "ship-ofstate 
«>n*p time foresibble fu- 

&ir^dw^%4st^ day niAional 
emergenQT. A mllMoy plot i^ainst 
^ White Hou« is diasjvored 
ind the fate of tJw biUoft bangs 
^ii\ the balance Til so«>«w lad- 
tfi'fUm ws produ^ ^ifttly by 
Seven Arts, ICirt Douglw* Joel 
Productions and John Franken- 
Itelmer's company. 



rtviah Vance 
Skeiton Guest 

Vivian Vanoe, Jaekte C^M^n 
and The Wom*nf^ are the ffiest 
sUrs on "The Red Skellon Hour" 
•rtiesday, March 10 on the ^S 
television networic (8-9 p.m. WST). 

In a sU^ion Utted "One Min's 
Male Is Another Ifan's fNiison," 
Red SkeUon Mrtrays George Ap 
pleb/ (^l* llSss ' Vanoe, jirito co- 
staii M Vlv on "The Lucy Show" 
on be Network, plays Georfe's 
alwiy*^ngry wife, Clara, t^ 
sketch concerns Geofge and 
Ctarats RumJvantures li tbe ice 
cream Imrtneas. 

Jackie Coogan appears with 
Skelton in The Silent Spot, titled 
"Spring Fever," in which they 
jwrtray two men, each swking 
a restful afternoon in the'wiirm 
aumhlne of his own back yard 
on a spring day. 



The Wwnentolk, a guitar- 
drumming, foUt-singing quintet, 
return for their second appear- 
anee of tl« season on the show. 
Their «»g8 bKdude "littte 
Itoxes," "Love Come A-trlcklin' 
Down" and "Plea* Don't Take 
My Gu^ff." 



Comfietition 
For Beatles 
Is Brewing 

ftwl He'nning, emtor ot 'T1»e 
tevarly Hillbimes" and "FMU- 
o^ Junction" on tiie CBS Tete- 
iMm Newark mi a. man who 
loMws a litely baiMlwagon when 
M sees ft, now has another crea- 
& to his ofvdtt m the fan of 
a way-<wt group <tf j^iris totod- 
ed as America's vtnltenge to&ig- 
lan<Fs B^^ as tt« world's fore- 
most aingiiv kooln, 

Wttfa OflMld O'CkmiMMT w di- 
redor, flennlng't («lybup iM», 
nitte «d nril tato aeticm tins 
tmek fof the first time at Gen- 
eral Servl^ Stores in HoUy- 
irood during the iQlnting <ri the 
"^tticoat JunctlMi'* «pk^ in 
whkh they midn tlwtr ^ildic 
ttebut 

1%e bewigged, pittar-twanging 
quartet consists of "Pettteoat 
Junction" ngrius Jeannine 
lUey, PM Wooddl and linda 
IQiye, |hu She^ Hm^ who 
^yed hUm Gilroy in the 't>obte 
GUlis" seil^. 

Kenning ^ans to rateMe flw 
e^aode <m the Network We In 
March. 



OnSSWIKO FUZZLE 



Dick Cimb, ^pular WGH per- 
sonality of 1959 and 1960, returm 
to the ar^. He will be fwrtured 
in the ttme time slot m before, 
7 to 11 pan., Mondi^ tiUou^ 
Saturday. 

Dick teft Ticteirater in Oct(rtw . 
1960, for his own televia*Mllwlif** 
in Mtimore. &)metime Ww 1» 
retunwd to radto in Oi^^, Ohio, 
where he w«i working before 
coming her^. 

Oi<A will be replacing his re- 
I^aceme^, Keith Jam^. Ke^ 
has eci^)^ a pronation direc- 
tor's ^ with a Camdtan radio 
station. It was Keith .femes wl» 
replKed Dick in 1900. 

In addition to his airwoit, 
Dick nwkes n»ny per»ial ap 
pearamw^. His first broadest 
upon \m return will be Monday, 
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ItiAUA — VaMU^orbft Mary 
ftm Hughes tnd ^uM^Mrte 
Lhida Gralfy wUl 1^ the terfi^ 
gradimUttg d^i.in tke hl^fy ^ 
Prints Anm Hi|0 S^»^ ta 
coimnencement' exen^is thii 

ftae d m • per^t Mm ^ 
S.OOM!. Muy Fran's vnt^ wis 
7;M9. Line's aven^ 



Mbuy nan fawl bv fM tuM 
of e^^ life tet nmstm «tai 
elie tcxA: a Mo<hen^rtf^ eoam 
tit &aofy and Itary Ck^vp. tte 
wm attend Wake Poreit ta 
WiMtonSatem, N.C, wtae At 
l^i^ to stiKty for a leacb^ 



Uada plam to eota- R^ 
Date or Ra<Miffe end to n^ 
wMi con^pt^en on 0ie UnM 
SIMk Space l^ogtiAft. 

Solh girls teve feeen mpdar 
ineaalM mi of Pilnce^ Aime'il Scito- 
iMtic A<^vMMit ^un. 

t^ valedl^tfkn if (Iw datuft- 
itr of the itev. and Mrs. 0. m- 
wwi Hu^ws. PiPtkipttUng to 
ch^, ibM<m, Shadier SdiM 
and Vbaay ro&g r aaM , ahe it a& 
ttve in the tx^oa M<||e Ba^ 
ti«t Chittidi. 

% aebocd a^vltlM aiw itrwi 




Entsrt^iiMlIt 
Sehedile Sit 

VIRGINIA IMdH — 

& KnnpAmell, C^wmd 
of The C%nim ito- 
bookiMi hi 
for tHe IS^ m- 
tffttimDeat aiaawi at Tim dnr^ 
\m Beach and Oi^aampvib a^ 
Tte CawUir*! Hunt l^ooni. 

AMonlte tt> Mr. Xnumki^ 
a' ee ittp te l ^ new tettiM hta 
b^ ftdtow^ «i& M^ttis m 
mm hit ore^^n aod eiM^- 
umen firom aR <nwr the ^MuMry 
such as Si tmiaoK ai^ hit ^• 
c^^(t ftoih the West €3ci^ 
Tte Ron l)fetcalfe 19 pie^ 
or^ttrtfi Irom Ca«»da, W«rf«n 

Tommy Oof^'s iNAd, wMi htt 
ovdiMti% Mkly hfoffow and 
Ha "Npit Tnte** tend, Many 

Foncatt irMi In wdheamt. 

Vatenaa i^ui^ lo <te tiu^ 
tiuri M The Oralin^a pat- 

(GairtiiiiNd en Ng*-l| 



as oxepy ed^r of the "Pe«i«a" 
it a nwartier of te 9Mi^ 
Hmor &eie^ and pari^Mnli^ 
ian for Junior CivlUn Club. 

1%e Mtotatuian U the dau^ 
tenr of CapL Md Itav. Wdutfd 
Gr«t^. tos fe curwntly a home- 
room vi^^ir^Ment, chairaaan «f 
itm asaM* prapiie^ commi^e 
aiMi a nemta- of Che Sentor 
Slwing Com^ttee, trinity Trt- 
Hl-Y end the National Honor 
SQciity. 

Mm^ ttM MO anten to gmd- 
u^ Jww 13 are tiie f<41ovHni 

Odt Adaina, tin ISxsm Am- 
6nn, Ksm Lee AaAaaim, Petnr 
J. Atbtftaa, Xaitt^ Jo Austin, 
Rifteoea fil^nnah^, Sen<ta« 
Rhea Bower, Oa^ T. BrAe. 
Betty J. Broim, Anm L. targeo, 
Cteriee F. CaMweO. Samhe Y. 
Ci^oun, B<»inie K. Ountwan, 
Denaia L. Galea, C^vlMfti^et 
Gofer. Anfriiena OottMnoBe, 
(AarUae F. Oavik, WaHw Lee 
DMiina. Margaret F. Dodl^, 
Janet L. I^min^ ftrMda F. 
Esson, Aniea IHiolt £chlin, Can- 
dice L. SthMi^, John T. f^ 
gmm, Jehn R. Fsnatroai, Ba- 
trkte AmFMe. 

Loo^^. (Mna^ar. &rtMean 
C. CSehman, Benny L. Gilbart, 
\^tor 1L Grefor, Judy C. tod- 
dodi. John Roea Hm, Jane H. 
HB^am, Uada D. fiemiey. Uat- 
ry S. ngMawar, Cheryl Ranee 
ifort, Slephn i^par Honnan, 
Ita^oria E. Maaa. Jac^ueUne & 
Kmaey, Ann C. WSt^, imm L. 
KMt, mmey L, KimlHel, Anthony 
Al^ Koater, Janes P. Land^ 
t. L^UM. 

^r^ B.^i|yiw»si, B^ J. 

It, 




An Itoy, Sewbt W. IftsN^, 
Oetadn 0. iMlN^ P^a Ann 
1^ Cfteiyi J #m, Ibryl G. 
Ifaqjan. Pan^ tee Meal, J^ies 
aatfiwMnar, Willtai R. <yBri«. 
I^aa M. Otimt, BA D. Meoabo, 
Cii^ A. PWAaan, Pim^ .^n 
P(^, Bvelyn Seine Oua^. 

C^rol A. RaMQO« Barl^i 
Riley, Dwait R. Miimm, 
Fk^ Irwin Rolteeon, Thom- 
m A. Ro^wsU, Michael T. 
SAmidt, CmA Aiune Schofer, 
Shm^ A. Schuler, Carol £. 
j^p^co-. Rateeea 1. Tlnunemnn, 
i^6s U. Todd, Paneia M. Tonq>- 
Vm, Karan M^taida TuMle. 

iteyi V. ymaum, smoob a 

•IWhon, Coante L. WinfieM, Mar- ^ 
e^i Witkiewicx, TtooMa N. 
Ynacy. «id LiightoB a YMaa. 



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Mary Fran Hu^s, left, awJ Linda Orafty smile happily at the news of their selection. 
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Editorial 



DEFINING THE WORD - 'ROTTEN' 

SomeUmonthsago Virginia Beach and desired—annexation. Th« citizens of old 

Princess Anne County merged into one city Princess Anne County and Virginia Bwch 

knewn as the City of Virginia Beach. Nor- decided something should be done about 
folk City, through a small group, fought 



this merger In every way that they could. 



this and so they merged. They selected a 



«ode, Iho were d^ermin«*^ preven, ^- « 'Z^:^:'':^T^uT^ Z 

furtU .nnex.hon end the overburdening ^„„^^^^ m.gb^i.1 districts of 

D .P*'2!?« u.,,. u^„ . u. M nnlv old Princess Anne County or those adopted 

R«»ntV there hevebeen • Jot of ug y ^ ^^^ ^ ^^, ^ 

rMfnors that certain people m Norfolk Citv 



have become more bitter than one would 
dare to think, ^^ille these are only rumors 
sp^me of the bitterness cited for this Is Vlr- 
^nla Beach refusing to adopt a ^les tax, 
falluVe of the Ger>eral Assembly to pass a 
law that w&j\di allow Norfolk to annex a 



sirable end $o^rt>e charter provides for a 
change, whiclilt^ange to be made by the 
people and by a vote of the people, (Maybe 
Mr. Blackford would like to have the Su- 
preme Court of the United States p^ss on 
It but we prefer that the people of Virginia 



law t^t v^KJ aiiow r^om to ann^ . ^^^ ^ ^ j^.) And, we know that #.e 
part erf Virginia _Beach, Ifte announcement ^^.f", . '. ^/y^.^y.. Beach..*^ 



that SiiM'S would build a greet retail store 
in Virginla^ea^, and TrWprroff ^me an^ 
rwuncww^ that Miller & Rho^s of Rlch- 
mond would build their new retail unit In 
\^rglnia Beach. 

We can understand Norfolk's disappoint- 
ment by some of these events, but when 
Norfolk City took 38,000 of our citizens 
afKi annexed mNltions of dollars of property 



officials <rf tht Ofy of Virata Be acM^ 
itaiKople wi ll tg e g t w a a<w^<» #wrpM|i|i 
time to adopt <liar^s ^et will bring the 
government i^en closer to the peopte. 
And, we twjpe that thew changes will not 
be like some our neighbors have whereby 
the little people have Tittle to say about 
who represents them. 
Virginia Beach has had, like every gov- 



Announced 



VIRGINIA BEACH — When 
the curtain goes up on "Carousel" 
opening ni|^ April 8, at the Alan 
B. Shepard Civic Center, the audi- 
ence will find themselves at a py 
New England country f«ir of 90 
y«urs ago. Ca^ chorus, dancers 
and the orclwitra of the Virginia 
Beach Civic Chorus and Orch^fra 
will he Joined by children and a 
hear in the frenzied first scene, 
hi a {Mntominie of carnival and 
coqu^ry. 

Cooduetor-direcitor Cterles Oil- 
ier tua ann<MUK»d as hhi lead- 
tog My hi tiie r^ of JuUe J{»>- 
dui, (he w^43)own iKmk ain^^ 
•etren J^ne Garrison. Fteyh^ op- 
posite her wm be Fred Wtftlna, 
as Billy Bifek)W. Mr. WaUdm, ste- 
tioned for tiie pnt year at the 
Naval Air ^i^n of Norfolk, has 
appeared in two productions of 
the Old Dominion Opera Work- 
shop. ,|4i . 

The part ^ Carrie Pipfp^l^, 
the entrancing ingenue role, has 
been given to Carol HaU, a new- 
comer to the local sta^. Ji^er 
CSnigin, the villain of the plot, is 
played by ai^ther Navy resident, 
lUchard Hoff, vi^ioae ^wied tal- 
&aU are seen hi his triple^M 
roles of actor, aini^ and da^er. 

A hwribasd and wife team fUIi 
two nxne of the roles. Bob and 
JkniHie JoiMQB tiAie ^ntrlbuted 
to the area toy the 9hvy) play Mr. 
Snow tnd ff^itie fftiwta'. 

Virgsia Beach tbaator ^lers 



Alanton Facing 
Rl^oning Again 

ALANTON — ResidenU cd Alanton began their leoMd tmoof 
ing battle within a month Monday night wh« a l^|e ih)lm|fln> 
af^ared at the Planning Commission meeting to oppoac $a f^^pM- 
catbn that jwpuid allow full acre lots to be brolien down to Me 
half mtt. 

The application in qiMstkm was filed l)y M. R. Wddl 
Company, Inc. for a change of '^ —- r 

Rodaei^t Trip 
RiHiliM Exetpt 
For tlie Iteasln 



zoning firom Rural Residence Dla- 
triot 1 to Residence Suburtiu 
District 1 of prop«rty fronAing 
5^ feet on the weiA ai<te of 
Stephens Road. 

The apidicati<m pertains to 
nou-br eigtk acres of wooMI 
propel^ now plated in one «Kre 
sMes. 

A few weeks ago Akirton re^- 
^nls rallied again^ azNtim' i«- 
zonlng appUottioa, filed by 
Witchduck Manor Corporation, re- 
questing th^ a portion of the 
former Brown Fmn, also fiitmt- 
ing on Stephens iUnd, be i«- 
soned to allow sites as low as 
15,000 square feet. It is preaec^y 
toned for ^,000 square feet to 
an acre. 

lliat appUottlon was irithdrawn 
before it reached the Pteffl^ 
Commission hearing. Jfl*m Ara- 
gona, one of the cosporatlon's 
principals, ^d "'R was a n^Mn^ 
derstanding. We tiiou^ ^nt 
property wi^ zoned for 99,(01 
^uare feet rather than 20,000." 

Attorney Emeat C. Ckmsolvo, 
repi^smting W^ ait ItoMlay 
night's me^tag, lAad tiie group 
U ttey reali^ tl» r^mii^ was 
jto no leas than iwe kaU acre 
sites. 



Hi 



vN didn't like it but we continued to ^ ernrnent m this area, some Increase in taxes, 
10 be good neighbc^ and to fight for our "ft by reascm of the merger but because 



Interna and the interest of the entire area 
We don't suggest that this bitterness 
caused AAr. Frank Blackford and/or the 
Virginlan-Wlot to publish Jts article last Sun- 
day entitled "Virginia Be^'s 'Rotten' Bor- 
oug*i Syst^", but It is unusual that this 
Iwadline should ep^ar wMn most of these 
eventa have just takM piece. 

Ma^ before talking about Virginia 
Bwich's Rotten Borough System these same 
peo||faa ought to talk about Norfolk's Sys- 
tem ^ we suspect f\rmre are rnany areas of 
large population that have never had a 
Gjuncllman and wlH m\/«^ have one if the 



of the great Increase In service, the addl 
tional cost of ichools, «nd Hie great influx 
of p^ple to this area. ArKSl, It did not come 
about because Mr. Dudley Codce, as quoted 
In the Virginian-Pilot of Mardi 1 Ith, said: 
"I personally don't see how we can escape 
higher taxef in the ever^t of a merger." But, 
these people who want to criticize Virginia 
Beach shouW take a look at Ifieir own city 
of Norfolk and look at ihe taxes they are 
having to bear. And, what taxes the people 
of Virginia Beach faced If they had been 
annexed and what the remaining part of 
old Princess Anne County and Virginia 



diosen few fteve a right to name them. Beach would have had to bear 
And, in atf probability, the only way certain It's time the full picture was given bv 
people will have their own representative those who have the media to give it rather 
on the council Is to adopt some form of than to write headlines about a rotten 
borouoh system so they an elect their cwn, system. If It were so rotten would concerns 
coundlman. I'ke SearrRortjuck, Miller & Rhoads and 
But, what about the Virginia Beach Bor- other reputable firms move into Virginia 
ough System? Prior to becoming borouqHs Beach? Would the popo'^ti^"''" ^"^•« 
they were magisterial districts. The Black- short years, increase «^>ut 35,000? 
water Magisterial District had 733 people. ten't It tin^ for this erea to aH work 
The Bayslde Magisterial District 28,045. together rather than fight each other be- 
Under the constitution of Vlrqlnla the peo cause someone has a pet peeve and a 
pie of Bayslde could never have had any pencil. Let's put small differences aside and 
Increase in ri^sentatlon and were left to work for a great future and a greater 
the mercy of what Norfolk and Its group Tidewater. 

imxi mm cmvention sale& manager 



MuUin, the 9wmt of ^ ^ttwsd 
of the ttOe. Itike Heaatfiaji, tbo 
temilto- on, our local atege. i^ys 
two i»rt8, as oUed for in the 
^ry, one a "SlaritoQjer" ftom 
the nest world, and the other a 
v«ry eartWy courtry doctor, the 
key &«cing-acting rote of 'Louise 
te portrayed by tbe verartfle 
Shirley Fei*«s8. And in the part 
of Mr. fiaacombe '& Mm 
Matthews. 

OQm numbers of ^ ffieak- 
ing efurt inchide Ik^i^ &nit, 
Chuck Wilson, BIH tHley and 
f^^ Ferrigno. 

The lively choreography nHiidi 
«ihances the proAiotlMi Is being 
directed. by Sarah SaAer, Matur- 
ing, besides Mrs. FentreM and Mr. 
Hoff, Uoyd Kitchin aai Dr. Ro- 
tand lUAlnaon. Oueat aitiats will 
be Virginia Beadi's PriscIUa 
Cronoaelin and Gene Ifanunett .of 
the f^jarfolk Civic BaUet. Also ifi 
teadli^ daroe roles are ^uart 
Grimes and Panky Jarrett. 

The Ro^rs and 'Htmmenrtefti 
musical, to be viewed four nights, 
April 8-11, is being soonsored by 
the Vfarginia Beach Rotary Club, 
with profite going to their Schol- 
arship Fund. Tickets are on sale 
now irt the B and M Delicatessen 
and art the Alan Be Shepard Civic 
Center. 



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KEMPSVUXE — hMe Rod 
ney Measlier, soCli^li frMi 
^rcoroa cai^:»r of die tone vm 
to I^ eye, retormd tome iMtt 
week-end frwn tlw clinic in Nee 
York City witfi only a bed cMi 
of measles to mar what pfo^. 
to be a routine trq>. 

The doctors aakl Redn^ ia 
coming akfo^ nicely,** Mrs. 
C%arles E. Mestu^n- r^orted to 
di» Sun-News earlier mi wwtk, 
"bvH he hrakc out wMi oMMlas. 
htiotB I got him tooM.** 

Sto saM that ^ voufli^er 
wUl <»Dtinue to rneive hotm mm- 
row t&m mA eye ttaarfiiaHeiil 
every Aiee eiMAa. fhe eext 
treatnwnt date is Jum 10. 

The case of 17 - mMi • dd 
RodMy and his f^f ^ 1^ tos 
beocxne very ck^ to ^ I^Mrta 
<d m^qr tocal raidwrt a, i^e- 



man is for," 

ftu^ 4>eriE^ ta* te AlntoD 
legation, ^d. "But these home 
ownei^ twigbt end <kveloped 
l^ir property with tlw unAar' 
iriandMv that tl»y.wmild not be 
tontttd by any ailas tola than 

**U tMs property is c^ up into 
die half acne sites, we feel M will 
<tocr^ tte indue of property 
tiwse home ovrana hme spent 
^ars and thouMOi^ of dolltfi to 
devetop," he aiW. 

The application mu^ now go 
to City C^ncU at which time 
another hearing will pfermtt the 
r^kteiHs to voice ^ir diaap- 
^vid. The next council neet- 
ing vM be March 23 li 10 eon. 




nancy abott »w i^h Ro#ey 
mult rec^e n^Ny wpe ^ U^ md 
tteat^nt at tlw ^MbytHiaa 
Host's laattote of ^Mtool- 
0gf tt flaw Yoik CSty wery^teee 
montlH it ke is to lh«. 

Ito K^qMvUk Lk^ CUb m 
Fet^ttlry **ado^** ^oia^ m 
an eflort to reliew the Met^gat 
of s(Mie <A the f inamnii \m^m 
et ti» exfwnsive treatmei^' 

Groups or persom wahfam to 
^ve Rodi^ a figh^ dpice 

Sheitm J. Beta^ trea«uer, 
KeiBpeviiie Lkhm C**, l^ia- 
haven StatkM, Vtrplia Bitok, 

Va. 



Piles Driven For High-L^ 



argaret Murphy, a fifA grader at Tmntwood Elementary 
School, is holding a flag piBsaMed to tor elasa Wedaaaday jyy the 
Missile Weapons %at^«"« I'mtaing Unit of Dam Neck. The S 
officers mA 7Q etdwe <f the unit have made a project of 

i^ppiying claaaroott fi»ff> to ana adioi^. Trantwood is the third 
Virginia Beach idwol to toaefit from thepfx)gram. Handing 
Margarat tto fili is ROC MJ>. Ramue. FTC BiU Warren is 
pictured in httk^xmoA. ^laMwfai ptoto) 



VIR0INIA BEACH — J<An 
S. Ljmdi, f«in«ity n assisoiitf 
directw of a RMuncmd PuMic 
Relatk^ nd .^vertising Con- 
fultio^ ffnn '&m b^n named 
^n^tioe &i1m Maa^r of The 
Cavalfer. Ite aarnxuK^ment mis 
iMde by Gei^ral Mana^ 
Oiaita S. Kroui^. 

LynA hM abe toei assocutod 
wilih m^lmmA MgMi, 1m, as 
^0^ PnxnMtoi Manager and 
toa^^^^i ^ve <m natktnal, re- 
p( t ? fate ttav^ poiM^kMI 
tt)...iii(u-i Ifc to imt&Af a 
mee^x dm IMel Mes Man- 
i^emwt ^wociatmi ai^ Vi^ia 



Association Executives. He is 
a fcwBwr men*lfer of The Rich- 
mond PulrtK Relations Aasocia- 
tk>n and Advertisii^ Club of 
Ru:fasK>nd. 

He is a natiw oC R<WK)ke 
Rapi*, N.C., and a graduate of 
Hie &hool of Business Admlnw- 
tratkm of The Universi^ ci 
Ricbmond, Rfchmood, Vk^ia. 
Aft^ severm} ^rs <rf s^^ 
in Ae aimy, to is ^w«% a 
Cai^in in flic Army Reserves. ' 

Lynch is married to the for- 
mer Miss Virginia Bard C^ii^: 
<rf Norfolk and resi<k« on Car- 
dintf Ro^, Birdncck ^hit, Vir^ 
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Two Ckrged h Deatk 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Virginia 
BeMfh Poltoe have arrested two 
men in the slaying of Robert E. 
Hannon, 20, whose body was 
found in a slallow grave on 
UMti R(ad a month ago. 

Sam Westry, 23, of Norfolk, an 
apprentice bricIOayer, was ar- 
rested Monday. Herbert Lee 
Capps, 20, of Virginia Beach, was 
en^tod Tuesday. Both have been 
chai^ with murder. 

Sailw's Kiers Gnh; 

FSESOOTT, ARE. — Pour 
Yun» youths wtm found gottfy 
of murd^ Tueday in the fatal 
beting of a s^kr from Vfarginto 
Beach, Va. 

•Hie four ware darged witt 
pid^ up Joto Eyter, win waa 
on tomp(»ary duty at the Yuma 
Marine Corps Air ^tton. and 
besAuig hto to dea& during a 
roUery tet niftod $1. 




This 95-foot crane and ^^ 5fciwr to«i 
50-ton capacity piles for tto ttuiid^oa flf a W-wft iii^<^ise 
apartnmit buying at 39th St. and AtUmA: Am Tto 15^J>iy 
buikUng. being bu« by ftish P^e^ffljgit Cot]^, i ie^a^ to 
to rea<fy for occimttcy^tffy m 15to. fmmAiIwb iKMtiaeM » 
Woodrow W. Fori (BiAkfin frihoto) 



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!MMf«A Tltur^y, Ator* 12, 1964 



•\WW ELDCTUIC 

^Ml mmxm AW aONDITlONING 
UNITS AT &IMOAIN PRICES 

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mnmmwm mwm&mn WNnAam 



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VRONIA KACH 

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MKiTnuiY Mn.uuiANimi« m&mm 

W« ••• iMMdi to mumM» thcrt Ibte. Whim taf niMli^ 
^a^ ow Mff of «xper^ 



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ASK vmiR Hn PHYS^^ AI^UT 

TRAYLOR OPTICAL CO. 

VI^NIA KACH'S ONIY GUItO OPTICIAN 

^^Mr Ur#iorn Parle School) 

1^ Umm I^AP - MMMWMAL MOO. 

9M VOM CONWMMCI 

rm) /WY IMVI YOUR 

PRttGilWION AT ANY OF 

DaiVWY AT ANY m WW 

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Hootenaiuiy At 
roP Clubhouse 

(MMr atib ftt nMiiti 

1^^ tn IrMiJP^iny |i 

Jligp rowter tad hii bud will 
prov^ mu^ fiponi 9:M pja. to 
12:30 «.». 

A weeM fM^re wUl iadHde 

' '^«tria' of Oie gre«ii" is m- 
coun^ ior ttt irttim for |h« 
cvenk^. 



WE BUY — SELL — SWAP 

FURNirURfc ■ APPLUNCti 
ANTTQUES 



PARTY 

TIME 

IS HERE 



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MitaiB At 
St. Patrick Tei 



f VIBGMiA BSAOT — Mn. C 

Itifi fTMip of woniM at ktr 
home on SM ftr^ l^ie^hiy tit 
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for ih« to€^ fer^b of ttw 



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pr«i<tait ^ ^ fMi^ AAm 
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Mn. A. J. Kttf^u^ SMO^^t 
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Fcilwrs _ l^ilowf ^ tit up And bike Bi>tiee ~ T iMBtre iwC 
rten you l<m ^»mm I wrote lor Uw girts Itit week tfbes not 
jprnn I Itvc aa interest 1b ytm. V^%it£vcr you tdtek mav be your 
hiMwt Ik «te way «f « eueet. iMriia)^ >•» irift fo iiilire«ted n 
kiMwiq; ^tt there u a new obalJenge in A^^ture. 

^i;ikultKre opms a 1% H^m fw ^u . . . KM aloDe in furaa* 
ii^ aM term maai^Ni^t, but in Nubi^ indaitry^ tAm^um, n- 
loaicb, tp^tali;ml wM^s, c<»in)un^tois ai^ (Mi^ttion a^ 

IBOTM^B. 

Medianiartbn, improve crq^ a^ livertpck wi4 ollw 

^frMfi g* in tciMltfie a^c^»p» have incfe«wd oi^i^ 

me« effidtncy treme^oi^y. |^«^ jMopto^ 

lugger and Mter resi^ to Ac ^o(kKtim U 

tood tot tiw tmtim. 

Bm Mil OM-faiming ^^mento <d a^oultuie 
are advtoosg spectM;uiu%'. .^noiltttal oowfM- 
tMNH are bMOBiiog hMr (yttta^pd wd (^M* 
fled. They frow aa MQri^v, 

) twys find a ^iu« teip — nd firb A». 
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PVTin^m ite <^ former Mta 
OtHorad iwniltl^ MiAsk, dMgl^r 
of Mr. and ibi. JoM W. Musk^ 
of Viixiittt BtBdL Mr. Fttrrtni- 
(m ii (ha tM tf Ifr. and Mra. 
PhiUp P. Purrii#» of Virginia 
Beach. 



DENTISTS TO MEET 

VU^IOA BeAC»~t1ie lUe- 
iwitr 0mm Awodil lop wM held 
JU m^ WMtlng Kt tlM Crater 

im^ 946. Sagbtoattw nay 
•• aitda % MidMteg Dr. C O. 
CMC, ^r. %7m BKiik Ave. 




aio<her and d^ sk down to talk wift 
if about ct^e, ^ luy wiuM to 
MRwcn to ttese qiM^j^ 



le 10 portiMi irtrisA dbnu^ ^ 

AfriAttoal umcjmi are in Ae 

tractav; a^ctdturd tci«rtiM »- 

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HWdMsebea^lMMyatatt _ . , 

~ f Tie iemmd en^eeda tfie imMy in'mo^ w^i of 
a^^Hilture and relaMI mduatri^. Empk^»« look iat good liud^, 
«ho have sicMm pffMoaUtm, teve stows en^tnot o( initiative 
and are wJUii^ to tteuMor lespon^i^. 

' 3. h B hwB Ni^lptB^ ■iriniij hr « cpaig it MJailiwrf 
For some careen iwii as Jhrming and ^^ig of voartioMl apl> 
culture it is very imp«^. For odmn it is hrifM, to %« jMiy 
pfWtiMu m scie^, busmois, indiutry, omseivKion ami resnatte 
it is of jtele oDOMueiM^. In wotm i^raillund c(4efN nwxs i^ 
dents come firom uroaii ar^a ten firign Ae farm. 

4 Is it Beftiaitfi !• Iibw b raBm ihgiti ta iwcaBd hi ag- 
riorilPif A eottMB aefrae is i^c^vary for mimm in mmy utm 
of Bg^^^ns BM it hmxm^ iaeimi^y in^oMBil. i^ 4msk 
wlu» are um^te to spend tte Aie lo obiun the B.S. ^t^^ee, iMtt 
agrkultural «}U^es offer t»rl^er courBM cf stedy, ranpag flnm 
a few weeks to two ^an in ks^glk. Tteae can ba valuaMB. 

S. ^ ttcn BppBilBirillii f«r vmmi ki agiliiilimff Womea 
liBve denioai^nated ^ity to IwMUe many of the fdtm in a^noteMi. 
TMr bcsst (^ponbiMties are in scien<^ and tedmic^ poMtioM, m 
well as in certtjo aneas of r^eam^h, gale% dcBWO^ni^tOBir bi^ 
communkatiMis. 

^H^t pfenBrBlliiB ii aecdW tm mtamtt Mb bb FBftiBiywill 
i ii l B pt Moit ^ aetoot ftiMiMis wMi |ood «^is3 icrnds 
«re BesBptod. ^M. fiianlrtry, pityngs and mathfimWOT are 
•moag tfn bB« njaiiir i i fa ^4w in ft^mimm for roUtgp ttud^ of 
apicultuee. If poaMMe, Mca voiatioBrt ^ksiltee» teo. Mat 
BlpicuJtunl coUcies are raismg thekr rMjiMWMnts Im entravie. 

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ihm dwnmg ^tms. N0w skm^ 9ur tompkte 
sckiHon »f 0rmg m0 smi^mr m«rfhmdis«. 

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Bi^Aist Clnircte <totr at 7:S0^ the 
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Mn. MRtqr Adb^g. Mr. CSaA 
Gram Miss Maiy ^mn fio^^, 
aod Mni Jeanw Ous^ l^frtBa. 

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M*!^ of the rapy^^on A f? Ha 
Ipm cmm tmn Uo^i of Mi- 
iM, tM xwMt vMi tewn iMa^ 

wre ^elMi^!— «i^ M is tte 
ranmlhv mN»d m tv«y(»t of 
aafr JBKtrad ^1^ Md a^iD* 
^tiA «ea» 1t*a tte tat aMp 
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Ite YWCA Branch of Vii|gite 
BeaA te Al in a<^B afltf ii oii- 
ttW^ we of tile bMt briy^is 

Tw> ctf kBite iM %' i^f na^bWB 
haw Just z«tani«l from a f^ 

hidiy^lneiatf ^^ tmaimm' 
md IwK^ <rf purpoM to at- 
tend tiift ^M AnuiBl Cmvmtim 
•f te yw@i Bf te V.S.A. to be 
Md in A^ii in Oavelttd. Ohio. 
Our W^^m Aaadi ft«ncb idU ^ 
be myiBiBlBd by Mr^ A W. Ai^ 4 
ttne Ok^, CMt«rt)(U>» Mra. T. 
OvaaU imry Ottf), Mn-Cm- 
pr Henite ^vBldMB^ wd Mna. 
ilMMBnas iQto (Aime). 

to (^Bc # fiMoee mm tr^ 
Afipe 1^ te aevMal tend nlai^ 
«i^)Be^tto jmi kaev irihat a T- 
hmik it? Wd^ ^y VwderbW 
and AnoaMOa ay 'It's a pro? 
fraMlv* liuiclMN>n frwa 10:30 t0t j« 
1:90 wM mm fotia of •al@<tfa' 
Q^ A dala^ ggun^'s aj^Mttte ^ 
and gloves are ^ae^)^, to co9> 
|di^^ tbe Irate^ tavt the ftuh^ , 
tion is ^atto<^ btftKisal. 

U tte teme <tf Mn. C. mts 
Koontz. A14 SftKl St.. M^OQB 
aA»51«3, frm i9:» to 240 a 
T-<luiK:h wiU W» ^a^h-doMti^ 
I1.S0. Sveiyone is Invited — niem- 
bers Bed MB^nntteo, ^1 niMh 
v»tNM BBB WBfwwry . Ita. lifli ' 
Maira, 4^^tl wiU Ao take 
resnrVilfcMM. IRie ^y il St. Pitp 
itek'i Wm 17th, l^aAiy and the 
motif k "fmarMg of^ gr^n". 

wf¥m tai^ 4tmCSm^laf itt a 
^eA M^ in Ibe iMrnni awl 
•i^MiUMM. aim $teviKl MS wxm 
tilt lA apttB. 

Ckun^ Macybo^ aad tei^g 
Mnd^ btflBfffff Vlii^dB WttA 
oHtal N f^pMwatod at tte ?Ib- 
Maitt ttMMHui to 0tMriBML 

DoBt liiSat to biQr #tia@tive 
flfB^B l^tte bap l» Sie 'wM^ . 
tte Y 'Amm me a^ng to h^ 
ftMnoB IIMr ^ to Mtaui^ 
m weelMiid to the »te Y €«» 
iWflWB Iff t^m to bt Mi at 

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J. Boi^M f^Hd «Am^ lA 
1^ a iwafc Bwiwr aad #iBHMtnn 
m TuniNtfB 't)^ <tf M^ Ow^' 
ti lOOft ia the i^ Pr^tttiM 
ONmh OB f^Mifk Aw. ttere is 
w> iwtffl^slfflffl cbagfe tmd Oia p»ri^ 
te to Imilid. "An li a ms^Sb^ 
and bi^^ trewaiding CotaiBMm 
Bf tba Y. Mrs. S. W. <Dat) AMU 
iUfffy f f f jf %HiiHr" Bipnwi adBp- 

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3inMF Y-T«en Meeting. Vir- 
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imtm* Mardi ^^m am. 
artt |>ay of Claaw^ Virginia 
h LD.O., V^0^ iBBch 
'uircb. 

.\diieBefl»at !>ay 

Luncheon, Virginia Beach 
ID.O. Virginia Beacfa, Metho- t 
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Pat IkLauri, head baker for the Golden Triangjc, ejditbits his own creatk>n of "Praying 
Haock," Kulptumi out of butter, which will be ammg odier sudi featorps to be di^dayed M the 
Qriiaary Art Show. 

20,000 Expacted At Fodd Shaw 



OdlfS ~ OCH^HIRTY 

vBmmh nBM» ~ ifn. 

Bg^eA Mum^ Ot^ Jr. of Vtr- 
ginia iMM^ 9s^ Zuni. tnnouncM 
(^ a^Ptwienft c^ her dau^ito-, 
IMs Undi Irme Oolea, to CvpL 
PmI Kinmth Ooi^wrty, vmc, 

Capf. I^gherty to (be ara of 
Ik. vd Ife9. O^tli Ftal Oou^ 

Mim tMm M 41m daughter of 
tte Mi Mr. IMet. She a a gnA- 
1^ frf Lounrood &U^, where 
1^ vna «G^H*-ln«hief of tin 
Mwq^per, a meitiber of ^ipfia 
lU^pa Oamma aiM aria^s) to 
'^IVho't Who Among rtide^ in 
Awfftan tJiihwBifttoi a!^ Col- 
y^m,'* IN h « 80^ worker with 
the VUttinJa BMch Depenment of 
IHiblic Weltere. 

Cai^ VKm^mtif radwted 
train tht Unlv^Y^ of Viiginte 
wlMre he wu on nthe Ch^ilku' 
i^y staff, a mern^ <rf ttn lef- 
feiaon Society ai^ pr^id«it <rf 
the Ir^maAiooal Aflain Aflod- 
^tton. He te ^lAkmed In Nca4(^ 
servi^ ai aitexla^anv to Itoj. 
Gen. nUiA fC. 4U)ttet, deputy com- 
iiHuute, Fliit Marine For^ At- 
lantic. 1 :'^i-^S^" 

Thf wedding ndll lake place 
A|8rll 16 at 4 p.m. in Emtem 
Siore Chapel, Virginia Beacb. 

MVEY » SWAIN 

VBU^imA BEACH ~ m. and 
Mrs. Waler E. IRivey ai»ouiK»^ 
the engagement of their dau#)- 
(■r, Miaa Hehm T»reaa Pavey, to 



Jamaa Wasvtn Swain. 

Mr. l^MfiB is the ttn <rf Ifr. and 
Un. Ptiilip Swab Jr. of Columbia, 
N(M^ CandUia. 

No ^iB haa bem s^ for the 
wedding. Miss ftvqr is a lenior lA 
Frln<»s Anne High Sdiotd. 

Mr. Swain la a ^^Khu^ of 
Fl1ne«M Anne High School. He 
is a Junior irt Ftarth Carolim State 
Utth^rsitjr. Riteigh. N.C. 

FIELDS — HAINS 

VimiNIA BEACH — Mr. and 
Mrs. Qeorge W. Fwlds anMun^ 
to enga^nem of their daughter, 
Iflai fila Ruiuiette flaldh, to 
lUchai^ Jenkins Halna. 

Mr. Hains is tlM son of Mrs. 
Lmiiae M.- Hains and the late 
ITwn^n Jenkins Hains of CnA- 
dock. 

Tlw wedding is ptenned for 
June 12. 



vmcnNiA mAm -. A9 out- 

ma^V d^d^ of atlS life ex- 
yiita otaM tmn pt e w i g ed food 
ttid we off^ga wiu mtto a 
e^orfti fiMii^ tot tte HiM An- 
I Mai O^tsmf Alt SbMr to tite 
l oyth aa teni tJnitod Stales to be 
MA ttia iwehead al ^ ^an B. 
lAeptod CMe GealEar. 

Foltowii^ a "Symphony in 
Food" tiwne, Oie ah^ ^m be 
tfmtaxdVh^ tewt^ tenday 
I^Hn 'Memta Food Serv^ 



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WEDDINGS 



K»C-OtUftBl 

TOMilA -— tlie marriagi of 
(Miss Nancy Lee Fox aikd H«tert 
H^wtklte Cfdbet took ptace Sun- 
^ art 3 wn. in "Hialia Methodic 
Ohurch. TOe ceremony ww p^- 
fonnwi by the Eev. William Aah- 
er, psitor of tte duiFch. 

The br^ is ^ dwi^iAa- of 
yb. «id Urs. John W^ley Fox. 
Ite bridegnxna is the son of Mr. 
aiKi M». WO^m frankUn GruJbor 
of Norfolk. 

Tlve brMe was 0ven in m»- 
mge by b^ tititet. Mra. William 
^nipe n^ matron of faonw. 
ftidesniMs w«ne Mis»s &mn» 
Oivoider and Lii^ R«ie% 

Jams* K Wnnn was beat man. 
Oroonunate wm« ftob^ W, Fox, 
Archie F. AOm, Ifcarii S. FIdd 
ami Dale HolMay. 

A reception wu fa^ hi tfae 

churdi «idal tiai. Alli^ (a wed- 

tong Wp to "^^^rtiii^a, DC., 

& cwiple wW life on Ooe» 

IMve. 

Garden JChib To 
#l€iik Jfondi^ 

LAKE ^rm — The Princess 
Anne Ckrntea CI* wfll hold a 
picnic at flie WW Flower Pi»- 
serve Moi^y at iKwn. Member 
aie urged to arti^d and brii^ 
tteir wr^tan^. 



ExectAives Aaaocuitkm and wB 
lutve over 100 aariUbiton biii^- 
ing to the area fMuriMt «ipeils 
ttrnn tSi over the eouflby. 

MARDl ORAS COSTUMIS 

Food, of cmme, wHl be (be 
Hadiag prodt^ of the show bat 
vtaitots wffl ak» be tr^rted to a 
d^^y of flix ooatomes wad la 
t^ New Ortoans Maidi Gns. 

The Queen's <fePM abd eifm, 
weighing more ten ^ ^uMs 
and costing tome ^,000 y^ 
sime the food iftiow apotl^ 
with five other tuthentte cos- 
tum@« 49(^idiog ^ iUu^ (his 
I^l^s atUre and those of ttie 
rc^sowt. 

MiWai^ kMefaeft e^wrtf i^ 
%ie wltti dviliaiis tor 0w gMnott 
honora to be awarded by a pand 
of natioiMlly recognised uithor- 
itbs. 

Th^e military entri^ will hi- 
chide displays fircHn Lan^ 
Field, Fort Mraroe, ftot Lee, 
little Cr^k AmphM>ious Bjoe «d 
the f^rfctt Haval Mr Stotlon. 
,AKlibE^ of tbnae eiltiias wffi be on 
iMis^ Kfor to the of &:ial opm- 
ing of we show at 4 p.m. 



wIR hiduda 

hW WVWWfy niBRIWIV ■( IWW 

Havaii/ Cmui^ Pivd OMar^ peal 
vBrWiayt npw WW nvvvn^v 

Jtiii nil ■ -* i^A >iiM^li*^ Ud^^ 

In vFasMniflBiir D<c<} aiM riaia 
Orcinio, catMvr to tfia WhHa 
Houaa. 

H<morary ^ges wiB include 
Adm. Thomas A. Looft offlunai^ 
er ol the Sui^ly Center i& H»- 
fi^; and MaJ. Gen. lU^eit B. 
Warren, depi^ dMef of ataff in 
charge of lenities at F<»t Mon- 
roe. 

The largest food tfiow ever 
held in Tkiewstwr, the 3-(tey 
event is «9eelad to draw ov«r 
20,000 penmM from aB over Vlr- 
0nia and North CaroUm. 

Duitag the eourae of the sbow 
the pridic wiU «too be knNtod to 
^tend sp«dal di^os m food ud 
food preparation. 

Hours for the sbtm ««: f^khqr, 
4-10 p.m.; Saturdiqr, 10 ajn. to 
10 pjn.; and ^nOay, noon to 
6 pjn. 



Plioa Volunteers 
Sale Saturdi^ « 

fPlMA — The 'Ladies AuxO- 
iuy of the Ptoxa Volunteer Fira 
a)mi»ny will s^l 6^ pdtot 
feitiliaer Saturday hnmediaitely 
briUwl the Flying A S&rvi^ Sta- 
tion on Plaaa Trail starting at 
10 a.m. 

The (eitillasr wiU seH at $2 
par 90 pound bag ami $3.50 per 
100 poun<b. k may be purchased 
•t the I^aaa fire Stai&m during 
Mardi and A|nil. 







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Meeting Tuewlay 

VIRGITWA BBACH - The Vl^ 
ginia Brach Auxiliary of Qks 
Lodge No. 2266 will meet Tuea- 
dsy at the bd^ on Mlantie Ave. 

There wUl be a diacua^n of 

nominations ani plans for the hi- 
MUUrtion of new officers in June. 

TIm last meeting of the AuxU< 
boy was held at the home of Mrs. 
(^il Ottinger. 

A discuMion of the hy'Iam was 
held at that time. 

Officers' Wives 
To Host GroHp 

OCEANA — The Officers 
Wives of Squadi-on VA-«1 at U» 
OoasM Naval Air Station will 
host ^ Air Group Eight Officers 
Wives brunch Sikrch 26 i^ tfie* 
Oceana Officer's Qub. 

The social hour will )Mart at 
10 a.m. and the brunch at 11 a.m. 

r -Highligfat eWl gathering wUl 
be fa^om ^lown by lUMa IM. 



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RANGE FOR THE WHOii FAMILY AT O^W^WAY HMCIS. I^MmWVG MI»T 

00 TO A^KE ROOM FOR STORE ALTEIUTK>»» AMO NMT nOCK AMmmiG 

DAILY. SALE STARTS THURSDAY 9:00 A.M. SH^MW 




FIRST COME,FIRST SAVE SPECIAL 

Umiled Quantflyl Women's ttbaa and Handbaft SMe 
224 PAIRS OF WOAWTS DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES- 
VALUES TO 8.95 ... AND 14 FASHtON4HOHT HANDBAGS, 
VALUES TO 6.95 \^\m% tax). BUT HURRY, TH^E CANT UST AT 
SUCH A LOW, LOW PRICE. 



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LADIES' SHOES 

OOOD CHOICE OF DRESS 
AND CASUAL SHOES NO^ 
REDUCE) TO SEASON'S 
LOW. DONT MISS IT. 

VALUES TO 6.95 



WOMEN^DRiSS 
& CMUALS 

NATK^ALLY ADVemSH)! 
NATURALIZERS, VITALITY, 
FIANCB AND OTHERS YOU 
KNOW AND LOVE TO $ 

WEAR. 

VALUK TO 14.99 ^ 

MEJTS, BOYS' 
SHOE SAVINGS 

WINTHROPS, RAND AND 
RANDOUtfTMANDSIN 
THIS VALUtPRICfld (»OUP 
FOR MB4, BOYS. to 

VALUU TO 16.99 




BIG NAME SHOES 

FAMOUS BRAMD DREU 

mofs FOR ^Nomm 

MKHIPB) HBtE PCX 
UNUSUAL VAUiE. 
ME SURE TO SEE. .. 
iMD SAVE. 

VALUES TO 10.99 



$ 



4 



6 



CHODRENTSSHOE 
VALUES 



BIG CHOICE, INaUDINO 
POU-FAMOTS AND 
OTHER WEU KNOWN 
BRANDS FOR BOYS, GMLl 



B^INS THURSDAY AT 9 $IMV 
Many Other IkiedveMiied Valuea 
OnSebT^ 




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iHfe VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS 



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A C. al UW IMKtelXI- 

' .'-! it will lemaia on dis- 

for two weekJL 
iipiet«d in Januiry, Um 

... Wtt COBitW"''^ 

rection of m 
^ftioml dinelcr fo 
Shepsrd CMe Gen 
K)per^on of the Vi 
':ninlMr of Cotniai 
'- tiffing Boird. 

« tfjafl 9B.000 perwn* ttw 
v'isrt the Clnriotti 
M.:e the extubrt. 



wtM tave iiwte mdi diq^yi lor 
WoiM't fWr, St • «>tt of ^bovA 



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MBMMriag 10 feet lU^b aod 

eight iMt 4etp, (1m exhibit fiM- 

tures • toweling Cape Henry 

LigMhouM wUh a revolving U^ 

and i puiel of rewtfUyp* F■^ 

turns, flia^e by Boice Studio, Chit 

mnind a mM acreen. Tuo 

imlated pilings stand at tiie 

<nt of tha penti and a hidden 

projeotor and reoonier fUah % 

- Virginia Beach Story" onto the 

top of the f&a^ i* « n* 

voiv^ cut-away aciM modal tt 

*hr c\\'\c center and lo one aide 

!bit is e rack conlaindag 




toictaves on Viii^sta 

'nm mm tm mtmt m 

^det ^i^^ww Mi oidy ibe imt'^ 

mt^ y^^ Bmtm ml ato» 

m aehooii, agrieuatura. induilAa 
ponibdUtiea and ottaar aapaela of 

"Thii way the exhibit can be 
used for many other puftm 
Juit by changing the ta^ tint 
•ocoznpanlaa the tUdea," LiUy- 
nan aaid. 

f^ ooDveniancf in IravaUng, 
the oxliiMt bnaki down into a 
pidage that w^l tit into a aUtion 
W^Bii iBd Irotnlte ^ewy b«ok- 
<qg i ii i ii H 9Htitm iff a good 
lliing~«H axblbtt U alsatdy 
booked aoHd througbent the 
aprlitg and for ao eypaniiwe in 
Toronto, Canada, aeat laU. 





fkWf to Mn. 



'nty Woflan 

^It iWINlt 



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Q. to r.) Mayor R«^ B. Maitin, Mayw ¥t$ak 1. 
of tt« Mc if V^^, g^M^ to ths m^m 
(^kS^i^ftAM msi, V. S. AiUuitk flae^ 
Ob*. (U. S. Havy rt^) 



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(kNiiitry Bay Mvsfe^i Set Fot 




VffOBOA BKACH - The { tlM |«flt thne yaan. fiae Wam- 
Country Day Scbool for Gitis wiU ing £fliftni|r» ti^ (»U^c, Hoole 



preaent iU annual livening of ltu> 
lie and thima on Vtiday, VMb 
13, at 6:30 p.m. at LinUrani Park 
School, Laakin AomI, Vli^a 
Beach. 

Two i^^ wlU he ;iMHgiiil 
Fint on tte vmm wM^Mi 
'Happy Mmimf by ^tomim 
WUder, ^mmtA te tte ^0s 
manner ^ ifi ftnwK '*(tar 
Town." RAiAa »(»friM irt a 
t^kbt, poi^a)^ ^ ^^^ Co^ 
mn, a MdM «i^ littiuli SMod 
of a te^ « te wi^ to i4itt te 

T^^, a aei^ lA (^ttM» 1^ 
bas been i0m in iSitaitA rar 

fUNERAli 



Sue FlaakNtt ia Caroline 4ha tfeo- 
afe diughter, Radhel Brown k 
Mafe, ^ ffHiTied dapil^. an| 
Nancy Crawford, Aithur, tba bo|. 
Qa ataii aa jUge managen m 



OStAM P 



nani Barnes, 8B, of Iwrl 
nMJjiienance man for Norfolk 
Municipal Hoqkxtal, dM l^eadiy 
is (ha bMViMfl. 

He was a aon of David and Mn. 
Sarah MMlMi 9mm- A Mtiva 

a niam^ of Undttn fhdta B«p- 
tist Church. 



WiA the aei^od play Counfif 

my mMmtIm m c^irM^ 

^ to the 4XXito anni^wwry ^ 

"When fltob^HV^ Lad>^ 
"ttng", the hrt^^ki lype^ ««- 
ii^w^ bort» ^rica and mui^ 

ty QHMF'^M^i'b a M^idy 
c^etta alicwt a meetthg <A ^ 

Presided over b/ Viq|a, po^ 

MM Jv^MiipSw- t}|F 

eWbliaa a rMMINdb Wflaisi- 
et, acted ^Xesl| 
kfaraa Master- 
.Kathy Sinv^; 
taine Syer; He^ 
Strasiberg; Heleni, 
Qeorgie Miles; Mistress Pa^, 
Lnm Wttard; Mistress Ford, 
BKldyU O'ICeafc; UO^ Macbetk, 
Dawn Bartan; RdMlftid, Gi|^ 
Ncboo; and Beatrice, Car$l 

The '*^gk" dtafea «ieir lovea, 
a«d f ua «ad MMfuakA run rici. 




T^eddv Grant, UsUe Meints, Su- 
san Friend, t)«ma MastersMi, Liz 
Kemp, Susan Nickerson. Petty 
Did^oJLloyd Gill. Sarah St«- 

Lesney Williams, Cameron Vann, 



ausBoct tnat Itac 
iitwAllM(bc«aoii) 
I road *a« *c oMist 
cars. oo«g^e with i&y drivers, 

I've k(h elF llie olfaer aitemative — m 



L^^ ^i^g^-_^ leal eteiut ikas IdnM if 



mukws. raitop#d wilfa ualQaW; iMim 
lid'bte of McmbsIIgm ilkNMlMifl 
^ifcer pi» «■ coo3b a«w J 

o^ way to travel. 

v<>ii 4i^'t ootMi on. 9mmf m my»m mm mm mlm • hmiIi t 
$ car. I can't believe tliat more than a vecy aan«l pawwitigr of 
the people wouldn't el^ Ux^f WA ^ a ttvm wmAam u ^ 
ffMting Ktm 

whistle of a train as it slicm Aro^ dM a^^ 




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tte<afl>W *i va^m Ae <i^e- 

Md 



■ % Mio^ (^Nnm^ft, «^ ^^ nvftaM, ^|y 



(ill* f»<» <U(i 



oHc^ is geuv^ tw^gr ana 
lrh\ rautticn lf.« iMB of the 



tM Mt^mic fOuidards 
iM wm 0i A» student 

. Mthi made an effort to raise 
i& by expecting hi|^er scores 
Aptitude lest (SAJ) and by 
)p«- quarter of ^ ^^ss. This 

. the cnti.n'ing cla.ss has 
-m 509 to S8g and on the 



-Dicitm^ VA'jiqpf asaifjut*^ wv. 
■. class in sectary school, 



1 Gi tea starts (83 pat cen^ In 
t^ ^ p M to fnAnti ot iMii^iHt 
d IMi is a rtoe itf It ^ «^ &m 

xHcnlial of this new crop of students, the 

#id jfMon programs in deputmeats 

«v advanced courses. Next year, evary- 

eitt examinations in iwish, math- 

a<|^ which, if he shows ti^jmmM alh>w 

•dvaaced courses for preseiflVMMneiit 




Surviving are four ^u|htorfiJas mad C^hcfi* teta in ai«i 

MfsiiAters of the owtagf chot- 

r we l*ay WMte, ^san M€- 

Jane Fxhols, Charlsa 

Gore, w.ni,n«rVe, 

kcrson '(jr 

this Hayward, Donna 



iM dHM a scMo flu^r m ^N 
^MtNMMr M^i wwi as- 

phiys will be Judy Muee. MMfs 
IM^p^ and jttM^ by ""hln. 



MMo Stt 



(CenMnued from ^age Om) 

aide "^rl«ht Oadt" will be 
Den Gtesier, flqr HflffMa, Carol 
Kay and "The Kaydeties" and 
John DeAeiu; ayod his ouiotet. 
The |»Qpuiarily d Freddie Lee 
and jack GoUy on their initial 
engagement last acMon brings 
'llMf TunhfifrM back tk\» year, 
also. 




CAP 




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yea jiograni . 

weil-prcparcd college 



lei's decree tfadHMr year in 

Jing and discussion with p<'rsonal 

.^ degree about one year carbcr than ' . ^ 

<r>.>rtcd hv a <;:!41.0()0 Ford Founda- ) „ J" ^Sr 

Sales Deparuncii 



KAY POULKn 

VIRGWIA JWACH — W3H 
Mx^ount executive Kay PwUcea 
was iba «dV woman to leceivt 
the annual Distinguiabed Salet- 
Boan's Award praianitod IWlBdaea- 
dMT BifUby tbetetaiaad aIa^ 
k I Lives of Norfolk- 

Portsmouth. 

Along with other Tidewater 
Salesman, Mrs. Foulkes was pre- 
-nted a "Sammy" trophy for her 
, . jrk in the aaUing fi«Kl and 
; specifically becau^ of a 44% in- 
i crease in sales in 1963. 



ior students ||ras begun 

caail also. Adviadn direct 

ftJv^m. H level courses 

toother in 

tjic vn 686 and «r 



,.£.. .>ean 
jt^jhere du 



the 
ii wun, Mrs. 
Foulkes is heard each day on the 
SUUcm's Newscasts, -usually re- 
lying news refirding the Vi^ 
ginia Beach avaa. 

^' xmaJ«r. Kay is U»a 

f former TV Weatherman. 

j.)£ fouiJBia^otf now aaaactated< 

>«i'h V H Mbnatto & Co. They 

! North Alaoton with their 

dau*btar Paula. 




Mrs. BaMa B. <Wfi«m, 1^ 
nevt L. fitmea and lirs. lAiciiic 
Styron of Virginia Bednh vA Maa. 
C. B. HMMNFP <IIM*Ui: 41km 
sons, H. Hope Bames «f 
SlUsH W. Samas af 
INMii and tbay C. 
Boyotoo Beach, Fla.; three 
thers, Shtoay Bmmi fi 
Baach, Harry V. iBames of 
peake and Ottia fMOfli ^ Nor- 

graat*grandCHuQFaD. 

A funend aervke wOl ba coi^J 
duct«d today atl pn. in liadM 
Bridga Baptiat Church fay theRev. 
C, S. Hufbaa, wMhiM^ ii^ the 
dHiro^ eWWte?. ^ W JI^Bf 
ba taken to the church front Shn- 
Me Funeral Home 

^ " Vt 

CLARMCec 

KSMPSVSUC -* 
i Cobb, 42, of too 
Road. twiBbjt Hc miaat 
for Cities amniTid'Co 
a Norfolk' IwiMl Mdnii^M. 
3:30 pm. 

He was ui^ jmi^^nA U Mrs. 
^an fVwtnar Cobb and son of the 
late Cavwji^ fu^ Mrs. .& 
Bowan Coft. 

A naUve of |fe«y HiU. N.C 
be lived in the Npr Ai^ 

Beach area 19 

Ha waaa 
ity Methodist 

MasMuc liOdce 5, Windsor, N.C. 
He was • veteran of WoHd War 
H and a graduate of Norfolk Bus- 
injai foijllia 

Boildeapi widow, he is sur- 
vived by a son, ChriMopher Cabfc 
of Virginia Beach; four 
Mrs. W. J. Qnnni 
mit MiUer 
Annie Bfiaa: 

Smithwidk of Windsor, ^.C; and 
a brother, W. M. Cobb of Menr> 
Hill. 

A funeral service was coihIuc^ 
ed in Hollomon-Brown Funeral 
Homa WiiawJuy at 11 a^n. hgr 
the Ifeev. John L. Ktbter dr. ^ 
C mmunity Methodist Church 
and the aev. S: Downey Milla# 
KMDfMUte Blftiiriakucfa. 
with ^mmfi ^^ was in 
wood Ceinetary, Windsor 



Borrowing from Florida's tqp 
pjllDP comedian talent The Cava- 

iWT HRIVUUteS TSOOy UHfUUS STNl 

Sir Judson Smith in the Hunt 
Room. Returning are Frankie 
Dash and Pat Htory fea t ured last 

ia bdp^fi^l^^Room^d jit 

The feach and Cabaq* jPtub^^K^ 

Witcher, I tends from May 29 dbrpii|gh 



^p ex^nfe 

iMn. m m 

foreign •«- 
^^ Mi4Mto 
ia Vii^nia at- 
tended the OQO- 
v«Miion «iae0B»< 
it^C the dlifer 
aaoea, lalaeM- 
eavtktas, and 
iinflMMaa of 
and theXAdbad 



This week, the ICay Glib «f 
pfeiaoMf Aaoe iaaittaadiitf their 
iMa •oflnwDtien is Btohmand. 

Congrattdaitions to Inrry High- 
tower! this PA senior was award- 
ed a adMlafahtp la adeaoa to 



their countrlea 




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I 



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vmoiPilA B^ACH -^ Charles 
D. King, anungvof the 31«t St. 
Colonial Stone w«s named "Dia- 
tinguiifaad Saleaman of the Vaar" 
Wednaaday ^ the Sales and Hm- 
taggjbnstf^w of Norfolk and 

«ri^ues to outatandlng area bus- 
locmmen duriiw the eerat^onias 
and awaaKls dinner it the taiiy- 
««te Yacht Chib in Norfolk. 

riTiTTTTTr iiiDWihintm 



Mfl|g Qd^ft - pyMia Beatt ie. Scpt twber 13 . 



m'm 



mtmiaim)*'^ 




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TOPICJ«i! 



A ^i.>«Li>. SCKVICC FCATUnt OF TMI VIKCINIA ■CACH BAR 

iiin fc iii m iii m „ .I.,. ■ 1^ 



ppiVMI* 



Match 20, the Varsity Club to 
sponsoring the Oeek W^k ^sm, 
SSlljlLia the txoMbsfA a^M-fonnid 
Iffi^ that the g^ tevMe «te 
teyiL The dance te alio the end 
^tfy t wa«k for tte Vwity Club 



The Trinity TriWV jod Slgqi 

F!iilii-Y are spogi^ a tpi^ 

||t (^ pundM 9p wA V 

flcfcate are 9240 a rott^.a«l 

n^ ige oMaindi frwn aoQr 1^]^ 



CREDIT CARDS 



tat Churcn, Chutjr 



Modem retail business makes great un; pi credit Much o^ 
this is extended on chaise acc<iu|ts through ^ use of (leAit cards 

in yowr httlfold or pune and dumces are 

credit cards for gasoline, restaurant, re- 

arge accounts, and even a telephone credit 




# |lw HUl, Mes. 
ille a»a Mrs. Charles 



are vtary convenient. Th.^ — uii&b yov 

of ctkaigjpg the purchase. This means yon 

^ and that yod receive a bill at die end of the' 

month. For pebjple viAio must jqeep careful records, as for tax^r- 

poscs, the i;ecord of gasoline aa^d car expense charges is helpful. 

But bewaie! our tnndk 4i| can ^peU trouble if it ialb into 
the wrong hands dieouph kMs tt |h^. If you read the fme prim on 
the card or on the application you sign to get it, you will reaiiae how 
onsibUity you have ai|sdnied. 

, important, if you k^ a credit card, report tli 

ibi, Ko^ i mediately by pl^nc or telegt|ia to the company that issued it. 

this up with a letter. Tliil will relKve you of fespoosifcatity 

.rge^ run up on your cai^ IMer the k>$.^ is ri r->«^f tod. 

generally, credit card ct^l^faaies do not & lake card 

sjMy such charges as lieiniade before they acv notified of 

...rvmi kMt or stolen. %li they can and iln sn under the 

t^Mns on which the card usua^is issued. 

credit cards requwl: ^ymeot 6«:h month tor ijbc totat 
"•^ tiyMl«> the ho)|er. If you don't pay, your «a«^ can 
;:anceUed. Reofc ifeqrc dit cards m^ 
foe made JflHMfKHis stores, 
,. ...... i^A inj.'r.-'i^PI^H unpaid baMndfc 

. moatfi 'K^n end" change 

Mat\ a^utd be fully *^' #x|mt of inte^ that you <ac 'o«m^ 



Tomorrow 
MirKKl ^nda 1«^ tm mm m 
9pia hafore ^^Mwt 

flhvsday. thisee r^»HiMtt«M 
of pext year's vmmA alatt hH 
for^ew Vcrk Oty to att^l m 



C(d«mb)a Scfaolaitte 

V«D|toB- 



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AAAUMIMA 

MAUBU— -m 
ippipntary Sctool PTA 
Ifttt Tuesday at 8 p.m. A very 
iMHesting program has been 
panned and pueaU are urged 
to attend. 




AttHicM 
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Wdum 

I»REAA1UM 

HCATiNS^H 




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AArs. Edward Ttp^ 
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Mrs. Kay Jtrfu^Ni 341 




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CFPlCnVE THIU MARCH 14 IN VA. UACH A WMMry 

' »*'^'™"' GORTON'S 

fisan STICKS 
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Tweity Trying 
For liMity Titit 

^MSmiA BEACm — Ovvr 
tw«^ «Btri«8 tor ttw Mln Vi^ 
gin^ B«adi tttte <«fai to a pi*- 
Umtery tolMt and rtig&g m^- 
ing «t Virginia teach lil^ School 

tM girii. after ine^^ ewA 
oth«r and the pagtMt OMumtM, 
wei^ toM iM TkirmM Qunh^ 
Iiliss Vir^a of 1M4, wmUd at- 
tend the pagaust ^uril 1 tnd 
a^ itot mm thM nMe her a 
pr^minary tMmt wlnKr in the 
Wm America «nnpiQUon. 

"Rm OMHtto wiU appear on tte 
TV timm et WidnA Atexandet , 
AUw B. Whtte, and Kurt W6bst«, 





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SMART BUNNIES HOP 
TO NORFOLK POII 
EASTER SHOPPINQ! 

There'$ a wider felaction 
ih Norfotk.^mM» ttiM 2t)0 
apparel stores, plus many 
specialty shops. In facf, 
over 2^ stores bring you 
the «artety and selectipn 
that makai Easter shop* 
pir^ a bretze! 

Drm upl ^nty of pairing 
is avnjla^. If y«M tat» m 
. bua,' ttttM's a Shoppinf 
im^ auBpn Booth m the 
TrailMSj^ «(ation. 

Hot^ Sg^cial ~ frem Feb- 
ruary Wi thrpugh Mardi 
28th, ^oumn have the use 
of^ hetal leom from 8 AM 
to • PM, Including free 
pa rking at the hote,l, for just 
$4.00. Overnight guesti, 
rpew fpr two, only $4iW 
per p«son. Write, cat| or 
wire for reservetionet 
Cofifnoctarf Mauiy Notet, 
Gofden Triangit Motor 
Hotel, Hpliaay Tewefi 
M(^, Montic^lo Hotel or 
TNwie NeJs^n Hotel. 



Larry MaiUm 



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riRECAIXS 



2-21-64 — 4:21 p.m. Over- 
heated ott stove, 306-B 24th St. 

2-23-64 -^ 2:56 P.M. House. 
L. 15 Cohm^ TnOlir a 

2.24-64 — 12:24 p.m. 0« 
stove, 202 f§ch&it Ave. 

2*23-64 -» 6^15 p.afi. Hoi^ 
3302 Pacific Ave. 

2-25-64 — 1:02 p.m. Miscel- 
laneous, ISlh A fmt. 

2-25-64 — 9:57 pm. m»mk 
Avon cir^t, 1005 Atl. Ave. 

%,U-U — 9:28 a.in. GrtM, 
Cryttal 



Virginia Be«;h SUN-NIW$, Xhm^, Mirti 



Larry Mailhes 
Named To /Ul 
East Cage Tea 



jAcxncKER m sECon 

TEM; «01M MERTIMED 

WILLIAMSBURG— Virginia Beach's Larry Matlh^ hw hfea 
named to the District Ctee, Group Two Ail-Eaat %ulc«tf»ll team, it 
has b^n annouived. 

Results of the voim^ by the coaches was aimouiicMi hen by 
Geor^ Skidding. The Vfargtaia Bead) cage star had a seMmt^Mrii^ 
avei«ge of 17.2 end is the lea^ag 




mssavr m Che allalar teem. 

AJUKiough the gertuwln logt in 
Ihe opNrag roma of tiie da^rirt 
•toumanMnt, MaiQMi' il^tal pUy 
Qum0m m Mnatii OBi^t tte 
eye of tte {yatrtofs «e|^ Hie 
Uurmy loss to f^ranl^ iv» tt^ 
miatm to tte ftaalttn defense 
^M)dAg tiM Aoeilai of Mailhes. 

OoMr am Imms ^iiil !«« men 
<m 'is dMrieoal fiw-nfomes 
Bteir. Ite jQ«e^ vift ttw high- 



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NORFOLK 

lASTERI 



Call: FUEL FEED 

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ADNRAL STORAGE i TRANSFER CORP. 

AGfWr fOk £NGIL mQTHEHS. INC. 
1 8th A Baltic Ave., Vir^M Bm^ 4U49m 



eft (^m scoring aven^ <4S.4) sa 
tee diatri et tnd one ^ «!» 4)^ 
4tiimti 'e msopA^ ivne ifpeot 1^ 
Hwitlnninli'B in ttie euBlu en pe 
toumiBieiit BUI Slunar, a W 
in mm a M.t sotri^ aver- 
agi, nd Mike Andonoii <iS.^ 
wfire tiie a^oliaaa. 

Skimier m» the oqly uoani- 
mmtm «h<^ w the tel. itpin^ 
Roberts ol Windsm: o^cMd tlm 

IteiieW^. 

W«^m coadies put tming 

jeadM* ^A 'mnm^mm ^ 

Chuctatia^ OB te iMD»d team 
aloQi witb taro SMtahaMfaoH fii^ 
ers— Tom Bryam wl tteite 
Bftbb. 

Wi& Ai^rwn, iSdmnr s^ 
Mailhes on the Eft^cm lean, 
Bulch Van l^rm <13 J) ol 9ki^ 
tora^itoQ «pd Itei^ &own (6J) 
of Cloucesber. On the a^cmA leM 
are Bill PreUyman {llffi ajitCk^- 
don Mapp (13.}) ol Nwtbainptoo, 
Jack Tadm C8J) <tf Vfli^ 
Beach, £d Derive 00.1) ol B^ 
and FranAte ^im (SK9) ol KM. 
tun. 

WM) Roberts on Oie Weatam 
DivMon flffst teaa aK Jbaany 

KlA^bury (15.4) of l^canklin, 
Danny Glvver (1A2) of HoUend 
and Wayiw BkOm (14.1) of W^ 
leyvlUe. S^^nd lea&t eho^ 
t^MMs, l^y»^ ftMi, 
Ky«to<iOJ) 4d fmnl^ aM 
Botett Gwiia <I3.1). 

ALL-0«TRICT Om IVm 



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after bowling, beer is a natural 

After you've bowled a Mine or two, or when you're winding up 
the evening at the neighborlMMd bowlii^ center, it's good to relax 
with friends tnd a>m|are'8c»res. What better way to add to the 

Sort «d the Mtiablum dun wfch a nfr^mg |^a» ^ beer? 
owevwyou ttke vvu f«Md(ifaif , skating, or at ywr ease in the 
game room— beer always makes a welwwne addition to the party. 
Your ftmiliar glass <rf beer is al^ a pleasurable rembder thtt 
we five in a land of personal f reedom-and that our right » enjoy 
beer and ale, if we so desire, a juK one, but an important Me, « 
th<»e perKmal freedmns. 

In Vifgiiiia...beer f^ies whh fan, iiMi rrifHtiM 

UNITED STATES UttWUlS I^SOOMtm INC 



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mm Ttms. 

Bill Skiii«r, Jam^ Blair. 

arakxr 
Larry Maitt^, Virginm B^isk, M 

Senior 
Mtfce Anderson, Jam^ ^air, 6^1, 

Jvamr 
Butcb Van Buren, NQait!ha!^)tai, 

e^ Senkar 
Keith Brown, Gkweeala-, ^2 

Senior 

SEO(»©TEAM 
BiM Vtetiyman, Noithampton, 6^ 

Jack Tucker, Virginia Beach, 5^ 

Senior 
E4 Derrin^r, Jan^ Bkir, 9S 

Junior 
^ranUe Brown, KeUam, 6-1, 

Croi^a Ibpp, l4oithampte% 5-11 
8Mik>r 
aONORAHj: WNTK)N 
DuBosky, Clements, B. Sdailze of 
Cox; White and Park^ foquosw; 
Dei^ Kellam; Nolu, VirgiBia 
Beach; Melkf, Olow^lef. 

BASKETBALL SCHiOULES 

SENIOR lEAGUE 
(To be ^iye4 at Princes. Anne 
Hi^Schod) 
7:30 pjn., KempsviBe vs IHiala 

March 14 
(All games to te pteyed ^ Prin- 
ces Ani» High Sctool) 
MIDGET liEAGUE- 
9:00 a.m. Aknton vs Thalia 
Eagles 
10KX)a.m. Kempsville Burtons vs 

VIrgink Beach liois 
INTl»liffl)IATE LEAGUB- 
ILWajn. ThalM Hawks vs Wwrf- 

stodc 
12:00ajn. Thorou^i^Kl vs 
ShwUng Stan 

l:<»p.ni. Sa^ Grant vs Alan- 
tm 
JIH«K>R lEiWlffll— ^ 
2:0ftto4n. Angona v* Gs^wich 

Ma^ 14 
(All games to te pby«l #T. W. 
Cas«i^«ch<^ 
10:00 a jn. As^m Aftpte v^ 

Itedia 
11: 1ft a jn. K^x^itM 



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^^ WH-mrn, 'nmv^, mrdh 12, 1964 



Ntffiiiy Ntthn fiMtt SpMker 



The Ooitt mil 

M«rUi 4, «t 11:30 pJH. ti ^OM 
Room oC ait Oc«Mi Mr An 

<hies( ipnter ww Mrt. W. C. 
SMon. • iwUw of N<V«li^ ^ 
t rastdent of the UnlMd ttlM M 
«||ht yeert. She showtd MtM- 
work from Norwiy, the «ttw 

Bapide Youtfi 
l^nd Service 

^to MA ta^ ^^^ 7M 



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The Flnuioe Cemmittee of the 
chunA met Wednesday night, 
Mwt* 11, «t 7:30 p.m. with Mr. 
Vena ThunUm, dMlrmtn, pre- 

Tbe Churchmen's MIowship of 

the duarch will hoM • dinner 

sting. IiMheivSon sptflMtti 

r.im on Toeidty. April 7. et 

- •?> . in the Soml HaU of the 

The Youth Fellowihip 

H.-ive the dinner. 



SORFUHI MOVIE MERE SATWAY 



Mi 41tfnMiy to te cMi mam. 

tht am nm^m wte had 
nan rMow M «ite needlework, 

9t their ^eeial' &$t^ neaUng, 
Hai mtk WW* w dM«y T*« 
b^ itthoa wimen wlU be 
^^ M the 1^nn«w DMIet 
Mat^ Wetea*^. Itech 11 at 
ttw Mnt^lMtf. 

Hie Ocean ^* Vohinteer Fire 
DapMitflMnT «^ owns tlw te^l- 
tag Ml tlw Wmiui's cm nwtto, 
tail TC^^ (he dub r^. A bnt 
«a flmr has bmn Ud. p^i^ 
^ taM <kme. ttie piftno itti torn 
nAMwd, 4n«es <tamd «id 
f^u^. Hm todlM iw« an wtf 
^Mtf wMt te Mwr • A« MA 
tt^f ^Hd to ^^aite ^M to tte 
fm O^MnMft to Mp drt«y 
Ai fflp f«in% 

W^^an Mndlttl m Wn- 

m, y^A n, ti ttw MoMloefo 
will be Ito. W. H. twmtA, 
president; Un. Vk^ Ho^dM, 
Mrs. A. r. WhKe, Mn, M^mI 
Henry, M». R. J* Mowtod, Mm. 
H. R. Hai^ and Mn.- T. T. 
fivarman. 



vmoWIA BEAOfr-lt wlH 
be poH^ to om to ik in ttie 
Virtinia ^mh High Sdwol A^ 
itMuni SMwday nigit at 8 p.m. 
utd set viMciilar mfbtta^nt 
from Qdifwttia, Hawal, art 
Ao^alia. T^ elite of the wrferi 
will to ptrt«mti^ en ewrythuii 
tnm tiro fort to wwty-five fo^ 
waves. 

Hmk noKty nriMMi of lolld 
surfing are guaranMMl to linfer 
on in the mental movfes irf the 
audieiKC 1w a long tlnM. 

Bad Bcoww, me <rf ^ lop 
^irtt^^ion of Rurf ^1 i^OK 
who m^ the timlling ^sl^p 
It hMi, oAU tftifl his mtiterpiece. 
In it M has ptlwr^ toother 



die h^i|^ «rf htt tf it tn yMn 
§i fM^ T^ iwi^OT of surf- 
b^ (Hw i^wn rMing tiwir heavy, 
maiim N^i ^^Wi oontrast 
l^itly U) the li^iMr, slmrter, 
mofe mwmiwOT^ bwurd at 
ttxlay. 

••Cavata* H ^saf will initi- 
aw the HMHrnfer to the thrilli 
ami i^lls at dw ^tatest water 
•port and win it<*e Ae lurfer to 
^ay for the ociu to wann up 
MM w he QU pnwtKX his hot- 

fte ^ B^ wte showing ii 
tek^ qm^wedtay Mikh & Hol- 
land ftirf Slop, whrah will open 
toon m 22m1 ^ 



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SECOND MORTGAGE 

AT SANK RATK 



Bayttde I^ap Yt^r 
Biyby Is Born 

BAYSTOE — Ba^de hai a 
"Leap Year Baby!" Mr. and Mrs. 
C. R. Chu*, of 100 Dunford Cii^ 
de, Ches^iNke BMch. m% ra- 
Mtvinf conp^uMioin on tte 
Mtt rt • aim I^vtf ^raawl 
bom Saluii^. f^msy n. 



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pccial Holy Week 
Servif es Scheduled 

Baylake Methodic 

CHuTvh will bold flpadal Holy 

iees March 23 ttuough 

ii , .uv p.m. eadi night 

ff*ening Clrclei of the 

xneet TlAtraday nigM 

ii ea follows: The Mary 

- rirde wiU meet with 

ine Tharp, Indian Hill 

* » ^.ibilara is the 

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For hifonration pl«M oA 

yiRGINIA BEACH TRAILWAYS TEMOIAL 

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VIRGINIA BEAGH SUN -NEWS 

"SmVINO THI WOnO'S LAROEST USORT CITY" 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VfRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1964 , 

SECTION I 



Farmer Co-Op 
nans Youth 
Ora^ Contest 



RANDOLPH HAS SKIN DIVING 
ClilB WITH THIRTY-SIX MEMBERS 



Cane Henry Easter 
Sunrtee Services Set 
For 37th Straight Yr. 

' VIRGINIA BEA04— On Ae morning c4 March 29tti, wlwi 
the sun's ttys reach over that portion of the Ailantw Octm "«1w» 
waters lap at the shores at Tidewater, Virgtoto, they wifl riite m 
the thwisands of ^«^le who pther m/^ year «t Cape tMrf Ift 
celebrate Christendom's most joyous ewnt, EwKer ^WKfay. 1^ 
otwervance of this year's sunrise "~~ 



toyside ^uiKifanta UiwfWKe Marahal! (left), Sidney 
Kellam (right) and Lewis Thuhton, 

Ocem Park 

Volunteer Flrenien Cited 
At Anniversary Banquet 



•yllto,V«lteM 



BAYOT>C — I^M C^MA l>irk 

VoluAtMr Tin Departing erie- 
t»rat«d its eigl^nth aimlvHmry 
tim^ 0^^ ManA 3. i^ t 
tenqpM *t wh^ the (InnMi twi 
tteir wiv^ ^ l4^tos AMxOttry 
of the Fire D%Btt^M mA ttek 

were iiwttwi. 

The Fm O^MTiniMl wm built 
on 1^ d«nft^ hy Arthur Hwh 
ton oN ^Atfm time ol U* «ih^ 
Hrtten tiwNe wwe lunetM^ ^Miri 
ter nes^ors. 

"on, tUb- 




OirroU C^gh, Mr. md Mn, 
C^xlt Ftemup, Mr. «id Wn, 
PhU ^^r, Mr. and Ifrs. ed 
9^%, Mr. tnd Mn. WJU^un 
Bri^ 

Membos pre a ent ira«: Ifr. 
and )bi. &ifHi6 Oddw^ pr^ 
MM>f: lb*, t^ Mb; Lewis 

Thurrton, viM pi«tldMA; Ifr. pKl 
Mri. Bi^ Glover, aea^@tary; Ifr. 
and M». John Bownon, to^airtr; 
Mr. tm! Mrs. Geor^ L^, ChM; 
Ivan Miq>p, Mr. and Mrs. Al Vo- 
Ura; Ifr. aiMl Ifrs. My Sfodlock; 
Mr. %nd Mri. Bcfe RadcUffe, Mr. 
nA Mrs. J^n^ AKtem*, Mr. 
t^ Un. J. p. Conwyrj Mr. and 
Ita. MAdo^ Copland; Mr. 
and Mrs. S. Scrihner; Mrs. Bob- 



ship wipi; Cteorge Lyon, . 

d^BlL^ftD^ C^O^|tgt^|tUlt i^ nMn j t^n -C. Wood 



^^^ _, , „., Mr a'hd Mrt. Joe BolOander, 

A. WHMtoi, Ivan Maop, D. B. Mr. and Mn. Clint iH^irton, Mr. 
Hill. George Deg te Nock, and Mrs. Winston Roie, Mr. and 

TdJce WhUney, Diltaio Carter, El- Mrs. Chuck Dnncan; Mr. and Mrs. 
wood StQwe, Ed Mann, Claud Ev- 1 John Copeland; Mr. and Mrs. 
erett, «. S. ^gm, Vffl»M Wiim jahn GaWs, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 



and T^ Arttwm. 

At #> vmni Usm M«f« are 
ttiu-ty^ewii isSlite flMnen and 
^ree m miUtaiy ditfy, Vemm 
Volhtt, and Aonle and Roger 
Copriud. 

1%e pi^i^^ ckf ^ nf« fit- 

twtnMM, mmm <^lwefl, fH«- 
^dad. 

^^ Intern prea«ttted 
Geaye L^n a ^i^e hMuni^ 
bis e^^en yean aervke m 

Ifr. ^Oua waa ^«t «»ter 
uwi in hit remrks toucl^ on ttft 
ft<* tta* tf #»a ma m Vohm- 
teer ilra^D^nlMiM to Vkfi^ 
Bea<^ •wyone's texea wmU te 
M^to. Tbsm mm we « edt al 
aU tetm «Bd, of aim^ tt^ n^ 
<»ive no »y la* A^ aw^oaa. 
ta ad^m to ^M^| flr^ 
(^ 1^ 1^ « ftntfmlanp» and 
ctt (s^ on cpto oftM lo Mri» 
pMtaita to tlw h^Md. They are 
w^tnOaed n IM aM m ttiqr 
a^««r ^uy ^d^nt wdku 

Mr. ^Oua 4da<» arid m a m- 
mM of taNng « vmmm n^ 
DeptttlMitf tt ^ arM Ihe m 
li^iMtte nMiwa teaM*. 

Ottar ^^ ww«: Mr, and 
Mn. f^zy ^Bttida, m. Md 
Mn. *«w Daftoi. Mr. iml Ms. 



Harriek, Mm. C. 0. Horton St.. 
Mr. Chartes FWarty, Mr. and 
Mrs. B«b Hod^KHrtj Mr. and 
Mn. t^eo f^w^, Mr. m^ Mrs. 
Dennlj •Wnrtte, Mr. and Mn. 
Bay Smimb; Mr. ttid Ito, W^rae 
Bi^op, lib-, wd Ifei. H Mi^, 
Ifr. and Mn. fiiw©* MM*. |lf. 
Md Ura. Oauite ^«r^e, Mr. 
Md Mn. Awid fiuea, Mr. md 
Ifri. Bob K^vwk Mr. and M*. 
Mtedm Om^b^ Mr. wd Ite. 
^Manv ^atitiri^, Mr. «A Ifra. 
Hwry Su^w, Mr. Bob^ Se»- 
UK ud Mte Co<Aie Ri«, ^. 
JAb fcitt. Mrs. CkArid, Ifr. *bB 
<^nftda, ami Mr. OmM Ito^K. 

Mr. and Ifrs. Joe Lm^ CUaf 
MeCuDp, Mr. a^ Mn. Irtm «»• 
]^, Mr. and Ifra. (Awls N^[. 
Mr. and Mrs. O^uun W^Ma, 
ChMl ^in^ Mr. rad Mra. 1^1^ 
Oavis, Mr. a^ Mr*. m$A QuM, 
Mr. ma Mrs. Miten ^ted. 



RICHim^ -- fteM for a 
at^Hkl anniul irtMe-wlde youth 
i|miking ^^ibnt — open to Vlr- 
gnia farm t^^ and ^Is nat over 
18 yean of ap on November 1— 
Itts Just btn MMunced by L. E. 
^per, e3^M^ Mcretary of the 
Virgnia Council .of Farn^ 
Owpei»tiv«L 

The m^ml, Is c^m to all youth 
tiwt m^A, tie ^ Kquirements 
; )n any area of the stats sen^ 
1^ • Mtm odoptf^w of any 
kM, {taper ^d. 

^^^^oitaH-who will talk for 
a iteki^Mi el 8 minutes on 
"Wlv Jtaw f^nwr Caopera- 
^^'-Hm$ obUin entry bhmks 
tmm any to(^ farmer coo^n- 
tlw or bnnch, ^unty or iomt 
&Am^m t^^ ^^KxtiOflal aipi- 
cuUvn ^ehtr, or' rural home 
e c n at^ta inrtructar, Raper 
points fout. I^ak mtries must 
tffi fiM wUh <the ti^nsoring co- 
opei^ve. 

A ^ectf I IM of materials on 
eoopentiv^ awl ^iculture aj% 
avitole from tike Virginia CkMiA- 
cil Offloe in Richmond, Raper 
aMed. 

L^^ conununity wlnnen will 
po^pito in a regional cootart 
bM as ^rt of the Councfl'a iix 
Dtotr^ wjrkshops for coo^nti^ 
Bwn^i^ and directors set for 
llto Oetcrfser and ^a-ly Nowmber. 

TJm District wlnn«3 will then 
bi ^bke to partidpete in the 
^•le^ato, whkA will be held in 
^hmomi as a featui« of Uw 
^ukU's AniUMl Meeting on Feb- 
tmty u, 19^. 

t^ wiwung cont«tei^ in 
ei^ of te abc Bi^M ^^^^^^^ 
fm leeeiM a ^ US. Sawi^ 
bond. TTie second place win^r 
will ncehre $10.00 while the third 

The winner in U» stata fiittb 
wiU receiw a 1100.00 U.S. Sw- 
ings bond and an aU expend paid 
trip to the 1965 meeting of te 
An^rlean Institute of C50|»ra- 
tlMi mating irt tte Univen^ of 
MtaMMTi, Columbia, Missoiri. Tlw 
M^M ^ee winMr in the fimls 
inll receive a 1^.00 ^vings bond. 



USS »Aff«K)LPH — "Clear 
your snorkel tubes." Face down 
in the water, tlw Sculpins Chib in- 
itiate blow their snorkel tubes 
free of water, except for one man. 
He inhales and comes up choking. 

The Sculpins Club abcard USS 
RANDOtPH (CVS 15) makes It 
possible far the carrier's crew ta 
explore the floor as well as the 
surface of the owan. The club, 
dedioited to the pastime of skin- 
diving, has 38 members, t2 of 
whom are qmlified in water I 
seven fathoms or deeper. . j 

While RANDOUW lay at ah- 1 
chor in Bermuda in Frtjruary, the ; 
Sculpins pthered their air bot-l 
ties and flM, requisitioned a ship's 
motor launch, and hetdcMl for the 
coni reefs. Twelve Sculpins 
Splashed into the clear emerald 
water and swam down to the 
harbor floor. Sauvenir, hunters 
cdl&cted iwl and orange and yel- 
low pieces of coral. Tropacal fish 
scattered as Sculpins poked 
among tiie crevices in th« reef. 
Usii^ a waterti^t camera, one 

menAer <rf the ^A recoMed the 



actions of the group in the shad- 
owy light. 

About two years ago, RAN- 
D01J*H crew members became 
increasingly interested in skin- 
diving. Because some nwn were 
using impure air or im^oper div- 
ing practices, the ship's diver, 
Ltjg H. G. Van Bsever, organized 
the Scuipiiu Club to teach skin- 
divirs underwater rafety, and 
proper use and maintenance of 
gear. 

The present club rafety pro- 
gram includes lectures on how to 
avoid such Underwater maladies 
as the bends (nitrogen in the 
blood), nitrogen narcosis <pres- 
sure drunkenrwss), and air em- 
i holism (expanding air). The club 
'also teaclie* underwater physics 
: dealing with gases and pressure, 
land underwater hazards ^ch as 
ifire cotal, pl^^ and dan^rous 
I fish. 

I The club is open to all men and 
officeEs of the RANDOU^H. An 
initial swimming test and a five- 
dollar bill are required for mem- 
bership. Tlte awiouning test |^ 



toward the diver's education. IIm 

five4oItar fee goes for club ^uip- 

ment. diving publications, and 

maintenance of the Sculpins' 12 

complete sets of Sniba gear. The 
ScuHlr.valM} own nun^rcMis face 
matks, fins, snorkels and weights. 

TTie dub has fi\^ officers: lUJg 

H. G. Van Beaver, Ens. R. W. 
Oavis, senior supervisors; J. R. 
Fauk, first class aviation ord- 
nancenmn, J. R. Eason, second 
class avtation ordnanceman, 1u- 
nior supervisois; and M. W. Hol- 
ley, third ckiss air controlman, 
secretary. All four of the super- 
visors received their training 
throu^ the Navy's ^plosive 
Ordnance Oispoaal program. The 
basic GOD prognm consists of a 
two-nunth uhwA «riUeh teaches 
Scuba diving, lightweight diving, 
hand-held soior, snorkel diving, 
and underwater safety. Following 
is a six-month m:h(K>l which 
t^ches explosive dis{K>sal and de- 
aiming method. The six^mm^ 
Khool is ^)en to all branches of 
the Armed F9rc«. 



Auto License 
Tag Renewals 
Start March 15 




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1,^0 Wutt^ B^ «ffitt^. te m 
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bui^toaivU. C^MMtow to tta 

annittl Eaiter Seal ttmpaiffa. now 
ui^m^, flWBKe its wwk. 



itenbera of the Ra^olfA's Skin-Diving Club relax bcft«e yrfng ovmboard. 



McNeal Named Bank Director 




RICHIKW© — The CtBnmfa^ 
dooer of Ij^MT Vehides to^y 
tesued an tipatl for publte «■ 
opoaAion dortRg tiie automoUQe 
U^Me reMwA period beginning 

to a jtfepai^- itetement, Coti- 
miiAwM 4 H. Ijmib iKMfltod mA 
thM tte oMlrtittn 1,600,000 Mto 
Uoen% ap|diattt(Wt bad bem 
mawtft^iuvd, mt^ m to poit 
Mxm «M ^^u«d for nniling 
pr^ to ^ e^eM euctn^M of 
0» mm «mm Mam. "Of pii- 
OMfy Mu^ lo.tte vwt^g^ mo- 
^m0% aid C «. Lanrt), "Is the 
fiik ttuift pMirnpT Mrs iwi^ing 
4jmwmMmWi t^ be re- 
quto^ to pv $11.00 fOT Mw 
1904 liMttM i^te. Vtam wrt#»- 
ing oi«r 4.000 ^nwla IM dnrg«d 
a flirt to of ^.<W when aecom- 
^nled by a ^^w certiflcrtion ^f 
UrfjiUty liwnnnre,*' be explained. 

*t^MM ^dk^on forms 
1^ iittifed to Vlrtfim ttoAm m- 
hide Qvam m March 8, and 
^xM be reotfvad in tte nnft 
Kvoal tefs. To tbcm mito^sto 
wl» ly^ tof »w Umam j^tos 
tiy J»U, i^us»n in tl^r appli- 
a^^ of tte «n»rt new fee ^M 
vmA Ji^n^nlenM and de^ 
Mtf 4Mbte M to i^Y^ss ^th» ^rk 
m a «iw^ itau," Lamb «x- 
^aiMd. 

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^^itotfe on tt ei^^ni7 b^> 
nd ^Mttf «e Hweh IS, induA: 

1. A aainiHnim tew* to <rf 
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NOOTtttiC — ttat Board of 
Seaboa«l Citiaens National ^nk 
i^«s regutar meetuig held y^ 
lertey ^;ted Horace P. McNeal 
to tte l^ird. In acMUion, a reg- 
ular quarteriy di^^nd of 2^ per 
itor» wu declajiml on the capital 
rtock ol m bank, layable A^ 
I, to ^ckhokteB of recwd March 
16. 1964. 



T ire Captam John Early 



l^rk Fire Chie* George Lyons; lulic 
";-,- -^-.^ -f ^,'l»v ry^vSr. njid Norfolk 



; 3. A ^ to Of l».00 and a 
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Mc««d te Vice Pr^Wcnt-Treas- 
un- and Aj^g ft^Went of Era- 
pl» IM^Wnery and ftipply Cor- 
pMi^tm, whkh resaMly relocated 
in sub^MUlly enlwged quarters 
m Virgin^ B»^ Boulevard in 
me Nwtolk firiustr^ Park. He 
i^toitol Norfoft Ac»<temy, Epls- 
c^ m^ Sch«rt, Culver Mili- 
uiy iUademy, and is a graduate 
of tl» U.S. Naval A<ademy in 
AiMkl^ia. ite ate) holds a Master 
of Bngiwering 'Degree from the 
Gradtate Sctool of Engineering, 
J(ta^ Ift^kins XJniwrsity. 

lW^«a sem^ with NATO on 
ms i^ff of SACLANT for four 
yfflirs prior to his retirement fron< 
the U'S. Btevy in 1962 as a Com- 
mandter. Ite i« a Vi<^ President of 
tl» NorfdUc Central YMCA and 
a member of tte Board of the 
Norfolk GenCTd Hospital. He re- 
ceirtly completed three years on 
the Vertry of Ba stern ^ore Chap- 
el at Virgnia feach. 

McNmI m rmrrM to the ft>r- 
mer Doms WitheS of Suffolk^^ 
Virgina, wl^ family wta dos& 
^'awwtated wi«i the banners 
Bank of Naruwnond for wm 50 
years, ttev l»w tow 1»yi, Jo- 
seph R. «rf TTwri^n Wl^oa, 
^<tei^ at Norfrtk Acades^, 
ami itoace P„ Jr.. wbo m attewl- 
ing LWbora l^k* ^mamtuy 
Scteoi 

J. Ito^ Tyte-, m, Pt^am of 
tbe bioft, Mi commuting m tiw 




Manufacturing 
Weei( In Va. 



servlew will mark the 37th con- 
secutive ywr that Easter has been 
commemmoralad on Uus wy 
special spcrt. 

Hera, totrering above tlw gentle 
Virginia sand dunes, stai^ the 
huge granite cross which marks 
the approximate site where the 
first English settlers wiried ashore 
over three ami k half centuries 
^0. » was April n, 1607 nwre 
than thirteen years befwe the 
g{K>d ship Mtyflowr sailed with 
her cargo of pilgrims to the 
Massachusetts coast, that three 
tiny vessels, the Susan Constant, 
ttt Godspeed and the Diicovwy 
deposited 105 sea- weary pas^n- 
gers upon what was to become the 
colony <rf Virgina. After five 
months in the confines of ships, 
the larger of which m^Bwred 
75 tot in length, the "taire med- 
dowes, fresh-waters and goodly 
tall trees" which met tlieir gaze 
must have seuned akin to hmven 
itself and given ample reason for 
offering thanks to God. 

After four days of expJoraUon 
and aaoch for the spot where 
tt^ msn to tmM their per- 
maii»t settlement, tl^ braw 
cotomsts r^unied to the beach 
lA "CTwKUpoic ^" whwe they 
set up a wootei cross and, led 
by tin Rev. Robert HuM, tiieir 
chajrtala, knelt to worship and 
tbaidt God to their aft voyage. 
After ^ soviet the colonic 
named tbe apot '"Cape Ifcnry" for 
«enry, Prince of Wates, m^ son 
of their King Jam» 1 

The ^nUe ^ow beneath 
whose ^idow modem day to-- 
vices are held vim erected exact- 
ly Z7B ftmi later, on Aj^il M, 
1935, by I3ae National Soc^ of 
the Oaughtera of ^ An»ricui 
C^iloniste. 

•Rke Easto Services i&xm un- 
der the direeUon and (urpiuHlwn' 

U F«t mri, toe *■«»# pM 
wtm baa tt^ ^1^^ mn part 
of the Ci^e ^ce 1914. TOs yetf, 
as hi tiie ou^om, ClMpkun (lA U.) 
Le^to G. Brady ha& eaJled upm 
mvtTU of the bcal minimis to 
tete iwt in tte sMvioes. 

Bea^s tiw m^^rtUm of «r- 
vkes heU on tbe ^xA wl^ra ^ 
new world had a part of to be- 
ginning tlMre a mas^ f<^ tte 
^xring visitor in l^tomriier to sea 
and ^. Ft. ^ry, hi addition to 
the memoral cross, is ^ao tl« 
me of. the Cape Ba^ li^ 
iKwe, 'Ow flnt litfAlwiua to be 
^«otod by ^ Fed^ti Cbvem- 



PA. Grad Do 
TV Program 



ment. Boik upon a fMinMiai «f 
rocks whkA wert brwgA «Mr 
u iMdlMt in ^i^ firms iNpHrf 
and dumped at the nrtraara to 
tl» larbour, thh beautlM, oato- 
^mal tower <^n be movotoA 19" 
tlw w*or for an imiawWa, p»- 
onnde view <rf the Aam and sva 
vvhMS nnurtners it serwd frwt 
1792 til HOI. Ibere is Ao the 
famed Mm Ttorottghgood 
houn, Om MM, tepfh bouse 
of brick oiMtri^Mm ha Asmhr 
(3 and the 'limm0m Udy" 
who atends m tbe Vb^^ Beach 
o^anfnMl. 

fttempawng no qfea of 
AiMliaa (30 ^m m Cbtm- 
petiK My and tha Ata^Ooaan 
and 235 milea <m)Aw% b^s and 
takes) tbe Virg^ 9^ area is 
a tmnm of nwnti^Mteand recre- 
ma^ tottttMs m 1^ « Watori- 
ail mUn wU^ m t^ spring 
vitttor may ex^wt jffA eoMr- 
For the na tare lo^ fl» area Is 
jwrtty tenmts for tta n^fieart 
string mmom ^MA anwu; 
whidi are tbe aadan Md cund- 
lias whicb ^«i^ the (^ «w 
as wall a ta Che Mp^r Mt«* 
A^J^ Gardem. '^tm v^m tea 
strait line fnun whwe ttat 
EMter Sorvkm wiU be htf bi 
Seaslwre Stoto Park irl»» to»e 
are 60 mUM of traUa to be ex* 
l^red by tiw Wbr. 

<Wtth the nmki^kd^^ 
cmT% golf c«ui^ 
»ilin| fMUtties <rf 
Gredht Htakur^Mrt . 
tbnviaampletodi^ . 
m wte mtat y^t^m b^ka m 

Spri^ Vacattonlam). 




Marinoo 
lelay Prognw 




HORACE p. McNEAL 



eleetton, stot|d a*rt the Board 
enthusastically welcon»d M(^eal 
to its membership, i»rticularly in 
view of his fonner Navy affili- 
ation and the importance of Ihe 
Navy in the Tidewater Area. 

Empire Machinery was foumled 
by J. Ross Mi^eal in 1914, a«i 
»n^ the ship building, ship re- 
pair, industrtal, and cotrtrartlng 
firms of Uie Tidewater Area. 



BEACH MAN AT MEETING 

VIRGimA BEACH — C^l L. 
Fi^e^en of Virginia ^ach was 
amo^ more than 4,000 electrical 
industry eMcutiws to atteM tl» 
TOutti IfeUonal Comf<nt Haitoig 
ExiK^tion and Conference in CSii- 
aigo receirtly. 

Fog^ren is an ^K:tiw b^^ 
ing ^ffluttant with Sn^ ft 
Ke^ lledric S^m, Viitfa* 



WOHMW© — Governor Ifar- 
rtoon has giwn recognition to the 
Importance of mianufacturing to 
the l^irte by designating March 
16-21 as "Virgin^ Manutoturing 
We^." 

In the document setting up the 
<*servanoe, he aaid that Virginia's 
BMnufa<^urii^ induitri« are "a 
neoesrary base for a growing 
economy, and otiw ItestoMs and 
service oper^tons, induding n^- 
essary gwernrotirt services," 

Harrison, wboK iKfaninbtntion 
1»3 been iHiiriiix^ b^istrU ^ 
vetopn^int, Airtto* stated tluA, 
"Manufacturing growth is a ma- 
jor factor in ti» rWng standawl 
of living and tte pn^perity and 
w^Mseing of our citizens in aB 
wiB» of life. Job opportunities 
are entanced by the over^ 
e^ttwmic wjtivi^ genen^d by 
nunuhie^uring. 

"Exi^n^n in manuftK^urii^ 
witii diwr^ and ^rfwl^ is nec- 
^mry to oar coiytinimi growth 
and pioi^er^ and tl»se can 
come only tma maintenantt of 
a J^dtJi^ and vigorous busines 
duMte which is attractiw to pri- 
virte InvestOTS." 






Tlie Gowmor pointed out that 
"it is d^Ue tM Vlrgtmau 
ui^r^Did ^ importaiu^ of a 
heatthy tadurtrial econdmk: base 
to 1^ total e&mmy of Vb^nla 
ta order ttiat ftey may coopeate 
to contmiw and to ta^rovo im 
finwnUe diawie to nuuito- 



THOMAS J. ^fcGARVEY 

LATROBE, pa. — Thomas J. 
McGarvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
T. J. McGarvey, 3&M Edinburgh 
Dr., Virginia Beach, is one of 
four St. Vincant College students 
to appear on "€aw«r," a weekly 
television pro-am seen on KDKA 
TV. Pittsburgh. 

Tbe show featui^ facuTtv 
members a^d students of ti» La- 
trobe. 'Pa., college discussmg var- 
ious asi^cts to specific csiea 
fMds. 

A junior music «iu<»tion ma- 
Jca-, Tom is aaxuniwiniM to the 
c«dte^ dwrus and » a mw^er 
of tbe bawl awl ordiertn and 
toe, St, Tbojws Jtore M^fte 

s<x^^. 

i Ife is a grateato of m^ea 

lAmieHi^SefaMd. 



MORS, RICHMOND — 
^^)ler Ounneiy Sei^^ R.^, 
Van Wtft, NoacMnmlsikmed Of- 
fasr in (^^m ol Ltwl ^rtit 
Corps Reandtii^ si^s, "^ a Iftr. 
m now a^ Mn IM ^f v«W- 
tton 'before ym ^rt y«r 6^ 

ing." 

S^ Van Wart explained that 
thte (May time will count towards 
Ute en^toes first promotion, to 
me mmb£^ obli«aCion and for 
km^^ to pay purposes as 

w^. 

The ^^grvn is tbe Marine's 
]M Day D^y Program. It is de- 
ligMd for ywing men wbo want 
to be l^^s, but must have 
ttaie to completo ui tfl ni«l> i 6d 
tntsine^. 

High adMxd mmm vm ^^ 
now and ft^k U^«^A M^ 
l^ing orders to aettve d^ pr 
tnunlng. Ifo i^itic^Mui ta ndU- 
Uffy ac^rtti^ iritt <» r^vkad 
Auii^ mt May. 

A memb» of the IM 1^ Oe- 
biy Prfl^wn may abo WmMtA 
in the "ftKkft? ^^hb". ' tte 
"BwMy ^stem guarMte^ »- 
liiA^s to tmn ^^iMter terinf re- 
cruit ti^intag. 

l^irtM^patioo ta iMik «r W^ 
pr^num <to^ not effect tn^ 
ing, schooling, (ff e nlW m ent fffh 
grems for recaruit Itotaes. 



4-H MEMBERS 
HEAR MISS OUYEI 

KEMPSvni^ — "nie Bmm 

Lake 441 CUA mefltfiKS m^M 
the E. R. ftro^ir rtad^ee m 
©bow Road, Ifeni 4, 1984 

Thirteen of tte ttm^mm <*A 
members were ^«tt* at w®e 
tl» three dub tesrfe% Mn. S-iR. 
Brodeur, Mrs. J. a Moi^ *d 
Mrs. Jack HaahA 

Tltt iMT^iUB 1^ fKiiiiifid br 
Mn. Lucy Otawr, M* Vfr^ C. 
Franca U^. Ttm ONHtoted <tf a 
dtoet^toit^ of ae^Att eo^d^ 
pi^niz^ and I^MiMW W^ 
^cts. The motiim wis vmB» awl 
j^nried ttot eadi mmbm pv 
10c dues. 

Linda Ward led the memben in 
a song, and Hon iomeer m a 
^me. Refreshments «ere served 
by Mrs. E. R. Bra* 

llie next iaMltag ^ 
Mai«bie>a*4teJ.C. Mt 
dence on Indini River Road 



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REMOVE 
WARTS! 

''Anuwlin CoagMmnd Dlwohpea 
ComaoB WMTts Awar 
WHkamt C«Mb« «r Bandiig 
Doctdn warn picking <» ttni^ 
b^ at vwta may nuia bleadiiif , 
qir«adi»|. New amaatin Conk- 
pound W* paottn^as Into warta, 
daatroyi tiMir eattd, M^kalfy malta 
fMurta a««y wfthont ou^ac «r 
burning. Painlaaa. colonaaa 
GinqpMMind W, uaed ai directad, 
ramovae common warta aafdy, 
affM^valy, laavaa no ugly 



cheese supply that extra touch of 
sunshine needed to pep up Mardi 
menus. They are eye and taste 
{deaung while «tisfying hungry 
app^ites at the same time, Th^ 
combine with vegetables such aa 
bro<KX)U speats for deUdous caa- 
aende dishes. HomMnakers wMh 
a flair for cuieiMal coi^dng talee 
daligiit in atkUng curry povi^ or 
oCher special sita»onittgs to cheese 
and ^g ssuoes. 

Sttrp ciMddar daesa, a tew- 
ite for appetizers, d»ieits or )uat 
nibbling, m a good did<» Uxr 
4ooUag Jobs too. t grSlMi resdfly 
s^ to the graft i<^ of dieese 
Mvers, ttw tangy flivixr cani^ 
thn^l^ sauces and nmin diah». 
As always, buyhig a top-qu^^ 
l»«nd nanw Is asniranee of the 
iin^ cheese and ee{s. 

Recipes for canerales or main 
dish sandwiches often ^miy 
*1ia2d-o»ked" eggs. Unfoi^m- 
ato!^ many people hard boil e^i 
ratl^r than hard dsietdng tlMin in 
tlw sheU. ^p codoed firm In 
simmering not bolltaig water will 
bxve tender egg whites and tiw 
yofl» wUl be gcd<ton wi^iA- a 
tnm of dueotorstton. Ws an ex- 
tSi»ion of tlw rule of low ^nper- 
ature cookery for deUaiAe souflas, 
teiHier tCH'tes and d^r foods pre- 
pared with egp. 

Sometin^s the hard-^xdced 
egp are sliced into a rich che^e 
sauce. In ifte Sunny Lentui (^ta- 
serole, however, devUed egg 
halves are arxanged on top of 
the che^e ialtee end bro^wU to 
gamiii} as weti as be pait of the 
main course. 



SUNNY Lf NTIN CASSEROLE 

Yield: 6 servings 
OevtNad eMt: 
6 eggs, hud cooked 

1 tea^oon finely diopped onkm 
Vi les^oon diy mustard 

Vi teaspoon sidt 

2 tsbl^KKms mayonnaise 

% te^pomi W<»t;^tendiire sauoe 

3 tabtespoons sharp cheddar 
cheese, grated 



Cheddar cheese, 



1 cup sharp 
grated 

2 tablespoons bullra: 
2 tablespoons fknir 
1^ cupsmOk 
% teaspo<MD salt 
V4 teaspoon bfasdc pepper 
V4 tesQKion diy mtt^ard 

1 teaspoon finely chopp^ onion 

2 packages (10 ounce) frozen broc- 
coli spears, cooked 

Bread crumbs ' , 

Slice e|^ in half. Scoop yolks 
into a small bowl. Add onion, 
mustard, salt, nnyonnaise, Wo^ 
cestersbire »uoe, and grated 
cheese. Blend together. I^joon 
egg mixture back into the egg 
halves. Top each w^ a rosette 
of the egg mixture. 

To make >tl^ dieese sauce, meK 
butter in a small aiucepan. Ee- 
move from beat and slowly add 
fkHir, stirring constantly. Slowlb' 
add milk. Blend until mixture 
is snMMth. netum to heat and stir 
con^mtly until mhcbire thickens. 
Add che»e, salt, black pepper, 
naiMard, and onkm. Stir until 
cheese rodto. 

To asaemMe Oe OBserole, ar- 
range cooked broccoH spears in 
an 8 l^ 8 by 2 iadi baUng di^. 
Place devitod eggs on top of broc- 
coli Pour dieese sauce over the 
broccoli aiKl egp. Top with 
breadcrumbs. 

}^oe cassen^ in a no^ito 
oven O50T.) for 4^01^ 20 moi- 
irtes iff untfl warm and browned 
on top. Serve bnm^liately. 

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sauce 
2 tabtespoons butter 

2 table^Kwos finely chiq^pad 
oni<»i 

3 ta Me s powtt flmir 
2 cups milk 

^ t»iq>oon euzry powder 
1 V4 tsaqioom sslt 
V4 imMpom p&ppa 
IH ^m^oom giirted on^pa piN 
Bixt^ 

4 to 5 dk»s£s«Ml 
iCek butter In a sm^ smms- 

pan. Add <mk>i» and heat aixnt 

5 minutes or uatt onioa beesoMi 
sofl. ll«move frMs hamt ad s^fai 
ftour. Sbwfy add vm. Stir untfl 
Q» mixture ttlekaa mod bote, 
aioeegp into terp ptaoia Add 
to the sauce. Mix in curry powder, 
«dt, p^wr, and onmga pe^ 
Ooter to hasp wann. 

l^ae^ tMftter 00 <hm Me ^ 
ea<A sitoe Gi bmd. ^eetaN|Mf 
butto* side up, «i a baiiiig i^A 
and UtmH, under the brul». Tun 
bmA ttd ^aee a lUoa of iMte 
<m ea^ pteoe. KsMm to Iwatttor 
and ctmthiue heating uirtil tte 
bread toasts ai^ the cheese m^. 

Spo<m about M cup dt'^im- 
rled egg Muce oirto @^ piMe 
of taead and ehe^e. Serve im- 
mediately ^lile wann. 

For ^arkUag good h^dtt, anA 
bakm»d meals are im{»rtiuA. 
•Frdm lueidEhaA tteou^ dtawa*, 
toods OaH wppfy mm^&iimtti- 
eiris dbfflild be fe^urad %m Ihe 
menu. 

I^gi^ one of the mott e^ncntf* 
cal soinves of high ig^i^ |^ 
tein, are i^»(Md*jM ^ tti|ml- 
^ dietary requtownrat Jhr aB 
tea gro^ia. Utoalie, omsed ^mt- 
d«Med S019S NciHrlMte <^ 
sbme of body bufltt^ 
Elach kind tanMbm aanoe 
tial In pvtioihur. Bo^ lonls. 
tiMrelare, are "tm^tt in -iM& 
bslaaesd menu {Muitog. 

Ilike (he 4^ . . . e^ ttke 
canned oca^eiised soup . . wd 
oonbine them. The lefultai b^ag 
not <»^ Qutriim^lf §M, «e 
great » lar aa "ped4ownto 
earth-Mi^' te cmeemed. 

OaDidets, egp pcMChad hi tm^ 
aoofllei, oeamed e^s, said ibe 
aU tifoe tevoiMe scrunUed eggi 
afe some of tt» "souped msyn 
you can prepare tills "e^ets**. 

For deUdom . . .and notritiaus 
. . . good eating, serve: 

"SOUrair SCIIAMBLiO 
WITH CHEESE 



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1 can iUflk ounoetd cMdosed 
creun of v^ietiAie soup 

8 eg^, slii^itiiy beaten 

V4 cup gritad ftetoMm cheese 

Vt cup du«<Med cateddar diaesa 

2 tablespoons butter or margKrine 
Stir soup until anoo^ Blead in 

eggs and cheeses. In AiDet, atiek 
tratter; pour in egg mixstore. Geok 
ma low heiA luAil set, MSm 
eggs gentiy imjw and ttten. Ifates 
4to,6senflnga 

LEFTTEN EGG FOO l^MMG 

^ cup milk 

3 eg^ ^^y b«ton 

1 small onion chooped. 

2 teblMpoons butter 

1 tabkspoon Soy sauce 
1 cus co^^ dbow 

chopped 
% t^tspooo saM 
1/18 tea^)oon pe^eipet 

Saito onkn m huftter 
tramwent. Mix sB 
t(^efter. Urop by wpoosMt eala 
mei(&im hot and li^Sy grttiid 
skfltot Wnm liigh^esbeft 
Mas. S&e99 te ste^ yMt fmiy 
pade trtmrnm lb sMsl. aM 
^KN^ comlnch to 2 0^m ^ 
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'.'er fe«d for live- 

t)een below nor- 

ti>rt iMMidoB not iMvUig niough. 

Th« drM«M hu cMied ev^ 

»v«JMde feed source to be 

and th» ibwn wv 

enough to p* rtr^l 

title. Straw, fodte, praaut 
buUs. 4cre«idii«s, cfllMk «te., ire 
good aecondiiy roug^n but 
thty may have becoBM ^nmry 
ones without proper mtanri ^n^ 
min anden«f«y suppliM^ttMi. 
So. m case you follo>^ t pt»r 
wintoaoc program, it ^ fat ^ 
viitble (0 ivvtch for ^m ^teg 
tine dev«lo{»nents that oU to 
sttHHTior nwMgDaent. • 

Mores should n<A bt «v«> 

sUKlced. Some pasture ^^ ha^ 

been wctttaMd by dry mi^m 

and will have less ttui m^d 

dhrty y^(U^ riml ymin, 

^■MHykM|-wcre eoM^ tor 

JHmiHPt be wtei to go 

< . <>r for a month or to u^ 

pastures tHiitd back, tte i^i^ 

fnnd present for use Mt ^Nff 

lOt depleted. b«3W» nothing 

iprcw, so it nvight be a »it <rf 

T.lant v(f>:iknoss rather ^m |^^ 

4* a ^d Aart 

Ti^^ in 

d cuttle, suffer- 
ing trom wo u«ie feed, are more 
msfcstible to dtenca and oome 
;; pasture with lowered 
.ciuunoft, lliia OMam all vaccin- 
itiftns fsr blackleg *nd the usual 
t not be overlooked. 
.; nia> te more pneunrnnia 
:r ci!j1 sprii>g rains, and if 
<wd«d an internal 
jxauiiettt, tt will surely 
spriag. Louse control is 
<:X»mineiided. but it must 
th^ year. Get one of 
ie piston pumps for ihe' 

»avk-er take off and get* 

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to anticipate the time whM Ita 
wiU be eradicated, but for now 
your best bet is to awime they 
must be canfrolled. fl^ and 
the usual spring torments muA 
be controlld better this y^ be^ 
cauM calUe have had aU tl^ can 
Utoi. 

CMM ctt stnd a mmgim mn- 
tor Aw matL Mto airae it good 
to lh«t to ^ ttey'U *uii>rttt 
you. tt is n^ lo be repeats won, 
h«wewr. Mpwal^ wt Ais «iim- 
mw. Poor virtar ^d has «pp^ 
the rtored vitaitiini and much of 
of tiw miwrali from the sl^ 
ton, which n»»t be rebuitt. SiMe 
cow will be milking tl»re will 
be a ctouble demand of prwlucin^ 
mOL aad repl^Wtog body stores 
of the» eteMBte. For this rm- 
wn ft TOJiitattt wpply of 1o«b 
ttJt smd^^ for dafly <»n«imp- 
mm is ^oModed. A nuMnl mix- 
toe «f f^Bua^ bone meal or 
M^ i^Lrm of deOourinaM 
^i^AiMk phis grMnd Hn^^M 
irtJA is pretty high in o»»»ai 
um, rtould be con4ii»d in about 
^pMl parti with traw minenli»d 

ftral thin wws n»y wA t»w 
tte i*fl^ to milk, pta wei^ 
and rmm^ m ^rly m ^mwUy. 
ftetore ionwlww pirts tte te»i« 
on i^B VK^sof tM ertb- 
^Mm • pMT^ tor ft^n pw- 
fomuince: The first essential is 
for the cow to live liereelt If 
there is any energy left beyond 
her maintenance it can naot ga 
into milk. If there is more than 
enough to furnish the mHk she is 
genetieaUy able to produce. The 
nest amount can go into the pre> 
paretion for reproducing her 
kind. If bcyoml this, (iiere is 
aome left for weight gaUis, she 
begins to shed her old cosit, slick 
up t^e bony places and atatt 
mending. This year may take 
moK f eed to ge« aU these essen- 
tials caught up. MeMitime ate 



4-H Activities 
and Events 

C fm4NCttLAY 

AsiUtant Agent 





one art or pro- 
Liwwisii uk; bh'a .>vJ painful process | 

• * 

mid like to wil >ou of some of the 
boys and girls into usctui ■ 

tie 4 H 9r^m 

otmore proj«;t. 

>i^ ma pt^mwm, kmrmm ^ *^^ **^** 
ttrt^f tmindi aduh Ica^i^ip. The ^^ect 

^Si \i'i ana i!> uu^u lu ihe 4-H mcmbt... 

:h.^ Mincrvision otf Ksicn^^ion Agents and 

.Ts ttf VPi ig-tmie objcc- 

^)i ntaking a living and navu^ a better borne 

Thnvuffh learning cxpericneea begun with a 



Tmks I 

„a.,„ J ^^t tofl^itwttem. enperimenl 
^itos. iirf «fcw eAiM*taw«l 
'^ T ,. thi ctato »wiber wWi ^ o^partuaiiy lu wm^w^ 

m|K 4-H"en iweive specialwd twuniiig by highly trainca 
' I M, wtanOng, ^^teal «i^t matter, cttifts 

BxhUrito 

A^ pwto tlub mwnben to "^w ^' what A«y have 
.^^^ at^ to ^ ^»n ^ the 4-H ^<v«n. 



awvlte as urad, «id tf lAe 
doe»'t. ^^ K>» ttere » m 
o^r^oi^ ImU e^ a wre 
eiw^ We crif crop. It m\M ta 
gmd mi^ne^ to ^ m ecUi- 
tioMd youag liS ^ ^i^ 

^ili on t»» wb^t of bulls, 
the bM* pwiWe ^ng to do is 
use a grai IsiM one. tf tM 
drought condition and poor win- 
tering were to be oombined with 
Mine grazing sedbecks^ ^hom 
Mlves from the gain tested bull 
migM be HO tetter tten tte one 
in use teloi^, howwr. Bven if 
Ik did endow thoae calves with 
greater ability to grow, their feed 
oondkioni might not be good 
«iou|^ for them to use this greats 
er aWUty. So donH blame tte buU 
tor something of which he mi^ 
be innocent. In fact, this sprhtg 
wouM te the best Ume to creep 
toed odvw ^A m*m ted «v • 
whUe. T^ a»y «t mw w^ 
from li to 40 4m» ^mtU^iv 
will. ^ mm TfViKn mmm id 
tte ^^ on the cow's milk pro- 
du<4^, poor pasture and. the rest. 
Ctlvw will sUrt ^-asier in fhiely 
grouM feed tha tick to 

their ^^«e8 and remtm te te 
licked off. After ttey've learned 
to ^t, they will tate it coarsely 
ground, and in fact n(jt ground 
•t aH wten they grow aome. It 
diould te mostly com, for ener- 
M viAait ttey need most. Mow- 
ever, ^y een mete use pf 10 
pou^ of SDybi^ meal mixed 
in e^ IflQ FMUUU of corn if 
there fc too ttttle milk or pastuw. 

Bl^t may be a big item for the 
flrrt tow 4i^ on lush i»*ure 
with tiiln cattle. VvA toem m 
fiMt v^n they've Mtoi a usual 
aoKmnt ^ ^ feed. Betto w* 
tern «M m e nim mu^^m- 
Even tett^ •» tew ^t of^ 
fir* iwiy 1^ l#»t know about 
the l^i «U w^ a^h^ 
^ in ^ '^t MOW use i «^ 
Hy it IM^. te w^im^ ni be 
1^ wMh r mim um^ 
$m mi of.a pu^MM tn ttw akle 

if ^ MMM^ it *^*- 

CaMw to be ^^wned t^old 
te dow v«y ^«ng Mb yter 
wttt your cholw of wifhwd 
n»UM«Js, 'n»y'll ^ tirou^ tt 
with le« ujwrt mA doming 
will te easier on young calves. 
( ^>arly too. No use making 

■c"^r pJll 'than is Aoukl 



um aavamage to uie buyer of 
thte stteket cattle this sprhig is 
lliat more rapid gains may be ex- 
oecled from these cattle that have 
been wlntmd too thin and teve 
lost weight. When they get on 
good grass ttey wiU ettn much 
faster than « ttey had been win- 
tered fatter, This is an advantage 
to the buyer, but could be loj^ced 
upon as a poor time to seU end, 
t^rtfow, mi^t te 4te ^^ te* 
ywir to rent »n» ^rtwpe and 
klao your thin yearlinp. la^ad 
le uswl 375 i^Hinds of «un- 
amr gain, ^r ai#t do 300 « 

p^fiil^to nu out of 19W. 

vn** Mw i<m^ teittAg pn- 
mm tm awkii mfflwy in tte 

iMn— if properly used. 

Ohangcj in dry nw^r to 
£«m^^ of «tta^ «» pr^^ t^ 
largMt mwtm of error. For «• 
«M^ U a 4^ M ^^m te ti- 
lo^ to storf for « ^n» tetoie 
sai^i^. ouMure i^ te hvA 
and 1^ d0 m^w tocreasei. 
This m^»M *1» 'fw«e W* 



Tm^nci mit of p^^on. 

&mptos omA ^ft te ^pprt 
in air ti^ mMminm to p^vMrt 
<bym| out. Mp wMi ImIn in 
ttem steuU i^ te UMd, airi tte 
pMl« hm ^iMte ^ted in 
a prot^ #^^ tt#^w<puM- 



If more tten one type of qual- 
ity of tey or aikge U fed, each 
should te sampled and tested. Re- 
sults aie tten combined by fig- 
unng tte MPtetiii of eeek fe<Ml. 
Whfl* d UwW Bt lets are ae inter- 
mixed that amounts of each con- 
sumed eaoMt te datermised, it 
U neoaMuy to tate omu^ samp- 
h>» tad combine them to te sure 
tte final «imple is eoUrely 
repfesenMive. 

In feeding dairy cattle, t^ 
energy and prolein en tte tm 
UMt Mad ftw tte ta^ t^ 
WMfa tUs intanMrtte v^ know- 
i^ Ml^^ mummA, mm can 
datenritae tew ^i^ ^ ttw ra> 
quhw^M vt$ mm^aA itim 
^^. Ae fWMMtf ^ tiM re- 
qu^NM^ ^Ml te SKpplMd 
ftom ^MeiMi^M. tte sBxNiM 
^ ewMMtoi^ f^^•« each 
day tten tea te 6^m^md. 

ftufywNi InterM^ in tame 
intom^on ateut tte forafe 
t^ing ^^nm 4muU ^xtrnA 
a^of&a. 



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STAMUtS STEEL lUK 

gives you mors* suptrbty 
comfertsbli sliwtt p«r 
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hrough dcnuMisualions 4-H'er8 learn knowledge and skills, 

. i,viw to combine words with action. This increa.ses their ability 

^tami More people, to think, to speak, and to exprcs.^ their subject 

)d poise. . ' 

M,v^ acu,. iic* in conjunction with tte Co«i">«n»ty 4-H 

cting provide an outlet for young people's energy while a\ the 

lie tmic preparing ttem to be responsible citirens for tomorrow. 

Jr. Steer l¥o)ect 

Activuv in tte 4-H Junior Steer prt>ject, which Ivgan last 

September, k increasing as the 4-H Swcr Show date draws closer 

May 9lh). Ite 4-H'ere are busy grooming and walkini: their «eers, 

•<f are receiving encouragement from their sponsors. I heir sponsors 

ic and service organizations in Virginia Beach, and nearby 

areas. Theiie groups provide financial backing for the club niemliers 

«nd appoint a man to represent them in contact with the club 

ember. . , „ 

] he 4-H Club members and their sponsors are as foliws; 
im Brickhpuse. Terminal Cars. Inc.; Don Brickhoiivc, Kellain- 
Russell Collins. Norfolk Kiv^anis Club; l.cc Diiihani, Norfoli^ 
.^jiiDCr ofCommeice; Diane Irosi, Ik-l.^. M.irkcts. iayc f »., ' 
-th^rr States NwfoHt Service; Michael Ives. Black Angus I 

inccss Anne Farm Bureau; Ruth JoIium'k, 

,:iimw i^cA^n n-jt. * .. Allan McC'ro««kcy, Cromwell Flower Fami-; 

-ohn MK'roskey l'-. S. Roystcr Chiano Cofnpan\ ; Jerry Moulton. 

unt. iohnnv Moulton. Robertson Chemical ^\y\v 

.ay; jac^ic ranker. Puritan Foods; Ue B. Parker, Ames & Webb; 

ohanie Pecsekt Bank of Virginia Beach; Theresa Pcesek, \ .i. 





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WE'VE <K)T IT-, 

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REAL COUNTRY ^USACE 

HOT OR MH.D 
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^1^ FRIW VKICTABLR 

C^THES, DRY OJGW 

HOU« SUPPLI® 

r^TipNW©E HOn^ ORMte ^»JJ ANYTIM 



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AND ^MPANY 

MEMBER 

NfiW YORK 

STOCK EXCH^Ol 

15 OL^ ARCAM 
NORF<*iC VA. 



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We have the 
SHELL BURNER-P 

Few mwe k^ammim in 

TIDEWATER VA. 

CALL 428-1001 



We'll serwi a specialist to ch«:k ycwr bufr»W a«^ 
yoj h&M much the Iwner-Pak wuW s«ve ^^u. Qui 
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At W^ AMk' 1^ VwAwr of 
ttu Am^ of %1Ml^ of llMi liifr 

iteM of wwaniittttty te mj 
MA»n Mtaa % ilk SDaM w Us 
«oHMim nnibenUp afl^r 
Mi^ 7. MM. 

idinct 

Ooweil # te C% of Vir^a 

OMirt l^m mk Mmdv, Mudi 
23. 1964. tt 10 o'dock t.m., «t 
whiA tiJDM po^ns will te hwd 
lor itoi NPM <!» foUMHiic {vo- 
po^ rlitmii «l lOB^, ttie 
p«nMi,«le.: 

L Aj^^iaUm of John P. 
Tte^psM ud €. M. Msiik tiy 
«Q(1 RbUmi, Martini, 



• i^yu.NO«c» 



OPEN f te f 42l-7t|t 
njftWTUM • iMffUANOn 




to a «M^ of Mili^fton Mii. 
A4i) to L^MI eaUN#f I^ 

WNU OkMM 1 m^ 1) tf ^ 
MiM^ pKoria: 

m liM oa tte bA Mo ^ flM 
%itt. ttM^gii Urn CsuJwrn 
p<6pM^ ttM of G * P tM^iiMe 
Oompray, hoving a c^>th ^ SM 
iMt ^mg aiid toe, «dilb tf 
aoo f«ii tl^ 4te E^Mn HOpOT- 
^ line and a -iridUi ^ 9M W 
i^ng tlM iouDiai} m§m^ Um. 
^•mi a to be Ct 1. tmAlm 
ao f^ atang ^ Eartem ^i« ^ 
nUi Tn^ b^ioning li te 
Soulhtn) prop^ )k» <rf tte 
liwve me^iond >ai«^ bwlog a 
^ptti of 300 teat ak^ a^ Um, 
a wk^ of S90 ftM ato^i Oi Emir 
«m property liao aod a wUUi of 
SOO km. alMg to SoittMrB prop- 
«^ ttne. l^mAMon BorMfh. 
JQItf V. iiffflHESS. City CliA 
By: AuiAa GitoMt^ 
Deploy City Ctek 



OWCE Of TNt 

eOMIMSSKMiR OF ACCOUNn 

CmCUIT CGUKT 

CITY Of 

V W WiMIA iEACH, VIROtNIA 

MMIOICM64 
To '^ C i' oi t l Mi of 
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to SostiM CNto. Code M 
tel tt* imdemg^l 
CoRuoiariffiner of AaM}uiM|, hav- 
^ ft»- wtftHMmt ^ Mcounts 
fli Ite Btik <rf Virginia, Gxeeu* 
tor under the will of Emeraon 
Vern«i HuU^tegs, O^eaMd, and 
bm^ been j^^^iiattA Igr ttie awl 
poraoMl MffCMbMit ao to ^ 
tea appcMad ^irU 3» 1164 ait 
Ikn* o^dn^ p^^ trt iKwn 316 
MoflMeeno Arc^ Atflding, Tfor- 
teik, Vir^i^ «a tt» tune and 
piaoe for receiviBg proof of deb^ 
sid tmimia oiital the aud 
^Ke4etA at 1^ ealMk 

mmsr a WBomL 

Comsoiatsmm of Aixxho^ 

3-12-imi 



• IJdALIK»TKiS 

■vf t» protect te tate'etl in 

tMau^ 
A copy — ^te; 

JOHN V. FENTHES^. Oerk 
%: Morv M. White. DC. 

BRYD^S A HIYL^ pc). 

1369 Ladiin Ro«l 

2-27-ITh 

IN IMi CMCINt eOUftT~ 
6f TM 

CVnr Of VMMMA MEACH 
•n Mm im 4ay •# MmMtY, t9«4 
In Mm MottM^ of Mw ESTATI OF 
LILA W, tUCNMt <■ 111111 

It n)poartng tM • mpM of 
tba ocf^nti of tfte pmwnd ra- 
pnaoMittYa ol Ua W. TlMter, 
(^M»^ and ^ tte daMi 014 da- 
bmkIi agijiiii tka oalala tave 
been fOid in to <te'k'a Of Oia of 
tUa CtaM md tot mtfc 



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b to Oerfcfa Of^ of the ar^ 
ciil Cwrt «l to OtoF of Vh^ 
WtmA, m to 24a ^y of 
19M. 

^oitf H^fove^ 



Patty 



of dtt wa^ is to 
(ttvorce a I^Hacolo- 
frcw tbt ^d pend- 
ant, upon Hie.ffom^ if d^- 
tkm witt^ jtil c«^e ^ more 
ton oBo ^tr. 

Awi an alUivtt laiAtt boon 
miute a^ fU^ duA to «fend- 
ant u a nw-r^d^t of ^ State 
of Virginia, to hat known post 
office acUress beii^ Brooklyn, 
New York, it is ordered that rtie 
do »pp&u tee widiin ten (10) 
days sdfter diw puUicatkm here- 
of, and ^ what, may be neces- 



tott 
noato bava alapaad 4noe 
fwuoaten ^ to p^nnal 
npnitMlaiv^ o* laaMio <rf Vi^ 
^k IMtoud Bi^ AAoBbMra- 
tor of tt» Srtat* ^ Lite W. Tuck- 
er, It te osdered tot the crattora 
of lik W. lacker, debased, and 
of (be aateita, t^ all otbo- per- 
aoiu ii^restod in aald e^ate, ap- 
peu* in thte Coiut on the 20th 
^ of Mi^ 1164, Md <tow 
cawa i#Mt to pkynint mA de- 
Uvtry of to oalate, without re- 
hmdi^ boiKte to Beverley Dend- 
ridge "Aiefear, E^ ^miao Tmk- 
«^ nd fftaiM^ Uand Tu(^«r. 

A ^nr of Ikte orto atel be 
(mldi^od ow^ a weak for foiu- 
conaeeMive weeks in to Vtrtfj^ 
^•A tei^Jbws, a ne«^ipap« 
pilNWMd in to aty of Vii^nte 
Bench, Tirglnte. 
AO»y IMe: 
jenN V. PiNTRXSS, Chirk 
By: Mwy M. White, D.C. 
WiBcox, Cooke, &tvage & 

fjawrenee, p.q. 
Virginte Na^nal Bank BuiJ^ttng 
No^o^ Vir^nte 

24Mm 



• LMAL NOTICn 



bwd, M te Autor 

tot to te«iQtag 

portion of tiiia Ordtf be pi^lM- 

ed in to Virtfnia Beach Iton- 

Naon 01^ a mmk fra* fov tm- 

msim wMka. 
A Copy— T^e: 
Jm» V. fWHUKS, Oerk 
i^. Ifaffy M. Wbte. D.C. 

iKMUJM it KSlAJiM 

(jcte F. O'NetU) 

aoaid of TraM fikli. 

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Virginia Beach SUN-NEWS, Thursday, AAarch 12, 1964 



Court of to 



CLASSMED ADVERTKING 
RATI: 



m» to M ««*» ic 
ifwa. AMidM 

lioMtiJa 



CUSSIFIED DiSPUYi 

$2.a« p«r ^hMH hKk 
MHdMk 

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for TuM J ay 



for Tbanftqr 



DEADLINES: 



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42fr.2401 Km IMMEDIATE /^nr»N 



EA^OYMENT 



m HaM Wawl a di la l a or fowate 



%Mm MWRIW^TATIVI -^ 
Wa^Ml by old aaUbltehad k>aa 
wiM^ala film to oaU on rataU 
food aad 4tm o^Ms in Vir^ 
finte B«^ u^ former Prin- 
ean Anna areai. One wi^ .m- 
moA eotttacta and experieitoe 
pMKrad. Salary, eomoMcn, 
and fringe b^nefiU. Wrtea P.O. 
Box 5Sa^ Norfolk, ilati^ age, 
expMtaea, r a fcraiKaa and 

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AheOUNCEMENTS 



10 Spocial KpHcat 



Pnrtect y<M2r to(n» from to ter- 
ror of are at ni^ UL «p- 
p3«ved. Pira warning ayitem 
f(ff pennie* a day. VAMGUAKD. 
622^16. 



^tGINkA: 

In to QffcwM 
CMy of VlffMa 
%Mi Day of Fduvory, MM 
ESTATi OF HARVEY R. DYE, 
DfCEMED 

siK>w CAfj^ <m>m 

% lypoaring toit a report of 
to acwwit of the Virginia Na- 
tiMAl Bank, a continuatfon of Na- 
tional Bank of O^uBiBve si Nor- 
folk, Virginia, Exo^ator of to 
Estate of Itervey R. Dye, Deceaa^ 
ed, and of to debts in dKnand 
t^wcai his e^Lakt, h» been filed 
ip tlM^ Ck^'a- Qlfioe, and tot 
mon than six nranUts htm 
el^raed sinca to quaUfication on 
Ifotion of to aatd Executor, H m 

OmmtD that to credltorg of 
mm! all others interested in the 
eitfaite do tAow cause on to 27th 
da^ id Mai«h. 1964, before the 
foresaid Court, sA its Courtroom 
at 10;00 a.m., on to aaid day, 
again^ payment and <telivery of 
to Estate of Harvey R. Dye, De- 
c^u»d, to to leptees named in 
to Will without requiring re- 



CUSTOM TYP&JG SERVICE — 
AB typai of tyiung to oids*: 
manuacript, tmsineas letters, en- 
velope addressing, atendte, ed- 
iting by English majorsKM>Uege 
gradt^es. If you need aecre- 
tiuial service occasional^, ewn 
a singte letter, M us take <»re 
of your w«*. Rates on request. 
CalL. ^anne Pria GA84^5, 
211 70th St., Virginia Beadi, 



Vtark wuit«L f^ time. Typii^. 
FUing. Sitea. ^12. CaU 4^^730 



BAS^ amViCr—Di^ fat work- 
ing saethtts. Ml 411-7430. 



availMite hi snail iMtoweon* 
cama. Wm atodA iririli il 
yov ctMvenJMee. Alao nimeo> 
jpv^ng done. Ralaa i«aaoB> 
abte. Tetepbona 4284304 

ftva ^s work, by the we^. 
Maid, or hou%work, or child 
care. CaU 42&«748. 



50 BwtnaM Opportunitias 



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Now and Uaednuntel^ 

Uph^terad and Rdtatetasd 

<Mt Watota^ tl&.OO 

Banelcter «.00 

Swivel Rocktf 1^.50 

Occasional Ctelr . 15.00 

Boudoir Chair %.90 

Sm^ dMt 10.00 

Solabetf «5.00 

New bedroom suits, B^c Beda, 

Rug, Mirrors, ami neteues. 

HilHop Uitolat^ing Co. 

1000 Virginte Beach Blvd.. 

Vifgima BaatA IMone 42M377 

"W« Buy aa< S^ 

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- Business (^rls 

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VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN-NEWS 



HA\^ GUITAR; WIX. TRAVEL 
to anytJ^g tot amte: children 
or aduR paitiaa, iMNrvice chto, 
church grwip — fota amgs 
from a awingin' hootenany to 
aome restrained old Englteh 
ballads. Also square dance call- 
ing. Wym Price, 211 70th 
mrecft, Virginte B^Kb. CaU 
GA84355. 



PIANO LESSONS, fbr beginners. 
M^ home or yours. 200 77th 
Street 436^438. 



TetevUons — Used. 

Bought and SoM. 

House eidte $3.00 

OCEAN TV 

Oceana, Va. 

No^ €k»r to Howard Cleaners 

Phone GA 84774 



MANAGING PARTNUl 

Refined personable umncum- 
•bered gei^eman, 40 to 60 years; 
busin«B experience required. Col- 
lege and promotional background 
desir^. Managing partoer in 
smaU apartment motel. Duties 
wiU include correspondence, fwo- 
SMtlra, guest relations, bookkeep- 
ing and office details, plus <k:- 
casional maintenance. May be 
employed elsewhere during the 
day, performing duties during 
evening hours and on weekenas. 

This is an unusual opportunity 
for a gentleman of character and 
pereonality to enjoy pleasant liv- 
ing conditions plus inconw with 
minor effort. 

Minimum capital of $5,000 re- 
quired" ar evidence *of responsl- 
biUty and good faith. 10% return 
^aranteed, phxi share of addi- 
tioial profits. Uving quarters fur- 
nltod, if desired. 

Please submit complete resume, 
giving busines aiMi clmraoter 
references to Box 102, Virginia 
BesKJh Sun-News. 



RiUC^^Alesmder Sm^ dark 
bfoe, 18' X 12'. lliFee oaidking 
aeaiter rugs. |^ Om onentai 
daai^ rug V X S'. m^ Phone 
^8.2(^. , 

B0C4CS~Liti»i«ure, hi^ory, tra- 
vda, non^^ion. Any quantity 
in g(KMl conditi<A. (M GA6- 
7^5, 5 to 7 pjn. 

Grow your own Ituit and Itota. 
^ee eoifv S6^. Planting 
Chiide Catalog in color offered 
1^ Virginte's larger growers 
of fruM trees, nut trees, berry 
plants, grape vines and knd- 
acape plant material. Sales- 
people wanted. Waynesboro 
Nurseries, Waynesbwo, Vir- 
ginia. 

RENt AiL R^AL ESTAfi 



wmrmrmm" 



114 Hewaao For Itonl 



Two bedroom ct^ta§t, fumiahed 
or unfumisbed. |K$ per month 
y e a r ly. Vacant Tetepboi^ 
42864:^ 



115 Hovaa»-FunitelM4 



SmaU fumtehed cofetiM^ for rrat, 
#70, monthly un^ Jiuw lA 
DeWitl Cotter, ^ &. and 
AtknUc Ave. Phone GA8-2542 



116 Busing Ftecoa For Roof 



Warehouse, caOlnet riiop qMU», 

or storage. Any mB. 17th St. 
Reasonable. Drag Suaoms, R^ 
Estate. GAB-8533. 





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Teachte daiirM mmSi unAirMted 
ap$i^nnt. ffwJ« im > noar 
Prinoaaa Aw* Ptev. Otbv ia- 
^tiorn coiwder^ Yearly rent- 
al. cmOA 8-1^ aibv 6 pjn. 




110 Apartmantt Unfurniahod 



APARTMETfTS — Furmabed or 
infumished. AH prioa Rmges. 
Cooper Redty, 504 Laskin Rd. 
428-1330. Nig^ 428-6833. 



11 TramportatioM 



A & P Driveaways fiic,— We will 
<M\«r your car to or from ai^ 
etty. Carefully selected drbera. 
Cdi 625-0804. 



12 Letf-Fewid 



LOST— Prescriptiim sun ^a«es. 
Vkin^ My Cohmy, linkhom 
ftu-k, or Nortlwm Virginia 
Bea<^. Reward. Phone 428-6861. 



AUTOMOTIVE 



20 AvtomoWloa For Sfio 



dfflVROLET, 1956. Good «)ndi- 
tton. Ch^ tor quick cash 
buyer. CaU GAB-1475. 

BUICK LASABRS, 1961. 4 dr. 
Sedan. Wh^ i«U tires, power 
irtei^ng, pe««r tankos. radio 
and heater. Other ei^xas. 
Afitol miteage 34,000. One 
owner. Bought new 1962. WiU 
ftntMs. Catt N. G. Moore.428- 
778fi. 



30 Ai^anco Sonflcoa 



VACUUM CLSiU^HRS-Hoover. 
Sides and servtee. Prompt ef- 
flci«it>»tdrt. Piek up and 
delivery. Phone GA 84222. 
Fuel Feed k Building Sup- 
pUea. Inc 



31 Bbilding-^-RapalriiHi 



tmW Am REPAIR WORK 
Metrical — Air Coodittealiig 

tmsasss AUN&nummG 
AND mjEcmxcM. 
mmimm, mc. 

Pb^4»-2660 



3 IDS PAaFlC AVE.-Across from the Bank of Virginia Be^ 



mmrrMEST 



M Help Wantad^-Fatnalo 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articloa For Saio 



PL\NOS— Used. Spinets, Grands, 
Uprights. Concert Hano TuMr. 
James A. KeUey. CaU 4284237 
7^ a.ffl. and 8-U p.m. 



CLOTHES LINE POSTS-$22.88 
completely Installed, heavy 
duty T postt, with four Unas 
(100 feet), set in concrete. 
Phone GA 84222. Fuel, Feed 
k BuUding Supply. Ine. 



Wtrnmo^i SETS—Used. in 
iwricing condAion. $10 up. Cash 
aM carry. Beach TV Services, 
422 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
428-7021. 

Five ciaxuteting oU he^kters $10. 
D^Hible and single coil springs 
|3. Gas hot water heaters f 15. 
Oil drums 50 gals., to 275 gals., 
|1A each. Doug Sesson^, Real 
£^tote, 4288533. 



MOTEL FURNITURE 

Ten bediooB^ famous Simmons 

nwtal furniture 

Corals and Jade Green 

Doubte beds 

Nite stands 

Lounge chairs 

Desk chairs 

Dresser Desks 

luggage radcs 

Lomi^— -^u* and desk 

Carpets— large 

W<HiJd rather sell as one lot. 

Can be seen by caUing 428-2691 

for appointment 



99Hw»«fw<d Goods 



m 



Bins 



Indies, wim, 18 to 45. Car fteces- 
may. Part or fidi tinw. &nA 
Cifv^fy, te. offering lauiage- 
meitt, ax^ing, and <temonstra 
^m posmu. Eananp uniii»- 
MaA Wutmrnrnt ym team. Tm 

4 ai^ 7 pM. 



Refelgerators, freeaes, stoves, 
Uvii% room fumHure, clocks, 
ru|^, fa«>ks, bedr(K»n furniture, 
ymxA, radios, mattresses, 
wrings, porch ftaniiiure, metal 
cabinets, brie • a - br®:, sofas, 
toira, che§^ lind^um. You 
li^ie it— we have it and at rea- 
unable priws aai ea;^ tenns. 
HUz ^aaax, 227 First Colontel 
M., Oaana 428-7088. Opra.9 
to 9. 



RUGS-^k12 iinolMm fur way 
tmm m to boMe. H85 ^ih 
ai4 c«iy ten #Mki^. WiUt 
. Fummire, 17tb & Baltus. 



Two bedroom unfuhiitod apart- 
ment with dining room and 
acreei^ porch 190.00, ii^ud- 
ing water. BeU R^ &iiAe, 
428^22. 



Ill Aportmwta Furaishod 



Apartnwnt for rent, fumi^wd. 
Year round. Prefer mo^ralely 
qui^ couple. No pets. Apply 
207 lethSt. 



Om bedroom fumitod apart- 
mente. |80 and up. BeU Real 
Estito, 4^-8322. 



•niree rooms, bath, furnished. 
Near shopping. Vely reaj^nablc 
Suitable for service personnel. 
428-5016 or 42^143. Direct 
from owners. 

One bedroom, Uving room, kitch- 
enette. Centrally located. Reas- 
onable rent. CaU GA84960^ 



BUDEE MOTEL APi^TSOSNTS 
1, 2 room efficiendea cont 
plettiy fumisbed. Weekly, 
moirthly. "We can fumidi er- 
erytbing but food." |60 month- 
ly flunimum. GA 8-8050, GA 
8-9701. 



Three 2 ■ bedrcwm apartments, 
furnished and unfurnished. 
Ninety ctoUars per naonth. Ap- 
ply after 3 p.m., 210 22nd St. 



0(»an Court Motel Apartments, 
206-19th SU^et Efficiency 
apartinents. AU utiUttes fu^ 
nitoKl. Also, 4-room apart- 
ment ind furnished rooms. 
Block from Bus Stotion. By 
week or month. 



F^miidied md uDfumial^ one 
to 4 bedroom temes and apart 
ffi^ita. Skoct term or yearly. 
Anchor Realty. CaU GA 8-7421 
anytime. w 



INSTRLCTICWS 



HARDIN SCHCX5L 
OF MUSIC 

BnMww UarOla, DiMMSflO 

313 r 35th Street 
Virglnii Beach 



WILLIAM KiU^IOVI 

Induct ton In 

fimm, Orfan, ^.^didion 

JU7^ftM6 - 428-7727 



A\»CHANDSE 



Aok Your Eye Ffi y ricten 

TMYLOR'S 



Vte g iwla iMcl^t only 
GUtL» driKMN 
ISjfif La^dn Ua4 Va. BmcIi 
XL 



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l^ree bedro^ ontomMted ^Mse 
doae te OeMUi im Buk Of fioaL 
PemuneiA teniM. ^iH alM^wed 
two «4 three b^poom fur- 
nisbed apartme^ toA bMses. 
BeU Real Estate ^28^112. 



CLASSffgP PKPLAY 
BUSIhttSS SERVICES 

i^saasmgBssmaBssssBssm 



M. M. WALKER 

ROOFING-GUTTERING 

Mm* Rm^Atii Oiimtd ^irgmit 

NIW OR REPAIR 



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$2000 
3000 



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n» MO. 

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Servicing d isrina bteek and 
white, ilcrw and U^. 

Prmis^ afldwit Serria 

BEACH TV saWVKS 

422 Vki^nte 9exek Blvd. 

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2N0 MORTCAOS 

ANY AMOUNT-^AST SCRVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
CA 8-7421 ANYmtf 



PROMPT HOA\E WAhONC 
HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 

ANO LOAN ASSOCIATION 

r«|L. KOUSN ■TRKKT • NOIWOUI 

AT THOMAS e«MM<K 



REAL ESTATI 



BAY ISLAND 

Tidewat^'s FiMSt All 

Waterfrcmt ComttmAtj 

LOTS VOR SASM 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL EfTATE CO. 
464-3051 NIfMa OAMI92 

EMPLOYMENT 




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Permaneirt posHion available with Atlantic RmsmA U out 
Outer Banks facility, CoroBa, North Cardina, for a firrt class 
plant maintenai»:e man. H^ school graduate widi several 
years experience in industrial plant mainteai^e (including 
electrical instrumentation, r^igeration, asKi maintenance 
medianic exp«ience) required. 

Plea^ send f uU inlMtnatioQ about background, or le^test 
application for cm^^toynmA txom 



Athntk 

Research 

Cwrporatieii 



SUrlty H^^nvay at EduU Road 
Aleaudria» Vfrgbiia 

An Equal C^^rtunity Emplc^r 



GUARDS 

Immediate openings avaUable with Atlantk.Reseaph at ou& 
Sliter Baaks f«:ility, Corolla, N<»th Carolina, for Ouards. 
Mu^ be in good i^ysicat condition and avaUabl& for shift 
wOTk. Some {vevious aj^cablc mUitary jbc taw ^onxmeM 
training preferable. 

Please send feU infamtation about b^tground, «r r&Epiert 
applK^tioA f(Mr emfric^m^A kom 

Atlai^e 
Researth 



Sm^ I^wi7 at EdsaU Ron* 
Ale»u(M^ Vaflnn 

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m FILM OPENING WED. 

1^ MbMt of NiMlto Wood and ^nw M^wm ^ uni^ 

00 icf^n ter tM f im *!» ta ttx !H«iii«« reteiM et Ham W» 
T%e P^per Strang,- ^tniiil Wwta^y « the Beach TTicitte 
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featun Amwfca't toeautiful i«nte attractwni feom e<»t to 
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Colorful Television Drama 



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well be a )oy fawvw, m Ae port 
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bnuty" i« a t^^^ton iImw, it 
^B be an ardu^ ^^ rf work. 
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cut, W«*Na*y» Mi^ i^ 
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mark Hall ^ Fame" is being 
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dratiw by producer - dii«^>r 
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tiwi. «ily the tea«y will stow, 
tf SiftMto'i pM pirformaB^s 

^ tte ftial day of fdi^rial 
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entlw c^t vd crew to NK-TV's 
mUx mdm in BrooklyB, the 
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m^am cMMra Aoti r^uired 
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h«w^ tcTMB. If the 1^ «« to 
be imff^ wi^ h^M^^es ia 
A^ v^M M MM, tN^ll wear 
^m <terta« rrimrud, eVea 
^^ ^» mmmA to yow 
mm ctethw o»h«*to. The wrf- 
^w must frt tt»d to Ae heft 
cf tteir i^M «ad tte hei^it of tl» 

T^e siutt MeMd iate«iy to» 
tte directksm. Oie nian n^en- 
tkm to star Jf^ Vfwrii abKNit a 
miMtf ml^e i^ tod made 
^riv a^amd tert momiag 
ca^S her to UuA 1v|^t pink. 
(^Msrviag her WuA. ^ others 
lau^vid aiffMmwttly. Mk ft>- 
pkte, Ae E^yi mMKm-ptcture 
Mr who it making hto Amcricaft 
tclevisi<« Mm m a dramatic 
rote in the "Hmlteiark Hall of 
Fame." listeaed orally like an 
B^uk ^ootboy h^ing the 
inslructkNB of Hk headmaster. 
When Schi^r fiaWied his in- 
stnKtions, M}m@<^ sakl to Bo- 
WW*. "Well. ^Jtt're tbnMt fin- 
i^ied now. C^lv four more day.s. 
Are you ^rf?" He «»%vered 
qmMy, *•! urtA it w«e gDinit to 
^ oa for MX vf^^ more. Pve 
en|<^ evwy vMM. d it." 



is a iftitty*! iale^irl who craves 
fe^^i frcm tf» rwtricttoni of 
her oW-^aAtened Italian family, 
tml Rocky Pai»aano (Steve Mc 
C^iw»)ii aa im^Isive, irre^jwi- 
t^ musKittB wto takes plea<s- 
ore'aflywh«re he can find ii 
Rocky and A^ m^t it a sum- 
mer TWJn ^^ aad Acre Angie 
^kes the «« big mistake in her 
Itfe— die »pe«li the n^ with 
^cky aul aa a r^ult becomes 
pregnant. 

When Angle's pi^aaacy be- 
come awjarcnt rtic s«k« out 
Rocky In wder to help ter find 
a ^ctor. Rocky, who h« kmg 
fcwg«t«i Angle, has to have h» 
nwnory rrfieshcd hdat he 
lypfes to help. 

At a loM for what to do, Rocky 
uks for aid from his current girl- 
frtend, Barbie (Edie Adams), a 
strip-tease artist. Bw<>» naturally 
leaU^s that he tat b«a up to 
no good at some mher girrs ex- 
peiw and *e an^ly Arows him 
wt irf tte a|»rtme«. N« giving 
1^. Rocky fmally gets In touch 
wiA wmeone who will take him 
to a db(^or Aat will perfcxra Ac 
UtafBl o©«ati«i. 

When Anie an^ Rocky g^ to 
Ae doctor'* i^jartaicnt tf»y see 
Aat tf» (toelw m reaUy a blowsy 
old i^mwn and Ae surrawrfing 
nea stffdki and umaaitary. Angie 
is petrifW and Ros*y rrfuses to 
I« her g» Arou^ whh the or- 
deal 1^ teave Md Rocky takes 
her to ^abb'i ^utn^. After 
putti^ A^^ to sleep. Rocky 
fludE« a ^OBt »ll aad teavcs. 
' >a^aMvh»mpatt,Rodcy, 
mm tpwtiag a bl«k c)«, returns 
to ^ iqmtamit wA «Nie ct 
Angto'i bwAwi. R«*y *to An- 
^ Am AetniAteouiafldte is 
wffl^ to mar^ ^. Angie. 
k a o w I a g Aat Rocky rwUy 
^Mi't vnMt to irt marrwd, 
itmm tfw ^v ud lays ti»t the 
is fo^ to ttttkw «n Wi te to 

owaway. 

SMie w»ks later. Rocky bo- 
glas to find his irres^nsible v ay 
erf life dha^jimi^ and he drq^ 
in to »e A^e at MiKy's. .Angie, 
in turn, inVlt» Roc*y to her 
ajwrtmeirt. This frici^ly tegia- 
ning wmxM h»eftil to Rocky but 
Aea A^i^m hfan Aat she k 
getti^ mairtoi ... to « man 
the Aomnt low. This naturally 
1^ Rocky J^ry »nd he tells her 
Aat he wutd haw had a j^ in 
Ae Radte Ott OP*^a but he 
didal mm to » tW Awn. After 
Ait d^y <d a^r, Rocky 
teavei. 

Nof#, realiiii^ Aat he mily 
lo¥» /^gie. Rocky makes a *;- 



teoniwd bW to wto her o'^, and 
Ae rnising climai h reached. 
They n^ in fro« erf M*cy*i. 
warmly mata^ tad tivm dis- 
^p«r intotiM rwhJtoW crowds. 
"Love WiA T%e ^opm ^m- 
gu" n a Pakula-Mutt^ Pro- 
Aictim and k i^^uwB^ M- 
ma, Henchel Bwiwdi, Harvey 
Lembwk mA Ntek Alettirfer. 
The w^liMil sot^B^y mm mit- 
tm by Ar^M S^dmm. 



Audiences 
Hail 'Seven 
Days In May' 



L 

lerii "Si 

TetavMu i.iti wD- j 

der t^ V, Thr''«-- 

Mlty ^ James 1 
Ptm^M, CBS Television 
vrork. 

1^ half-^flur «w^y j^o- 
pam will ta prewn^ mn nw- 
oj In a new M«^y tinw ^rtod, 
9:TO-9:30 p.m., EffT. 

Mr. Ai^ey t*W. "MUlkms ^ 
v^wrs wlU tee Al^tid to Iwurn 
Aat Lwy tat ewrcwd a »w«i- 
an't (mra^w a^ will te teck 
Ol Ae CM Televtoton ftetwMk 
Ais faU.;' 

At the @xictoi« ttf' te new 
fall ^fl^y mtm. Mitt Ball will 
continie to exerciK tar wcmian's 
pveraptive n to wte^r m iM 
Ae £sires to c^rtiaiw with Ac 

Ob January 31, k wis an- 
MMUM^ ttat Miss Itolt h«l Ae* 
ci^d to dMMteue ter mvA 



m^y ^^am. At that limc 

Mr, Auhey »M, "We hope . 

eventually, that we can persuadi- 

her to rdurn to our schwlttte 

viih a regular weekly «rto§.'* 

Miss Ball's current iKties 
marked her return to a weekly 
program in October. 1962 Since 
its iBCCption. it has continiiniisly 
bmn in d* top IS ^ograms of 
tte H'K^n TelevlMon IndcK. 

I^Mb Ball's wwkly tikfmkn 
warn apin will be sj^nwred by 
General Fwds C^««Wi 
Ai^^ Y(MM wA wMam^ 
Inc. and L^ BroAcr Conn- 
pABy Akw^ J. Walter Thomp- 
■onOoNB^Miy- 







Paul ttewnaii Is 
Show's Sulject 



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1 .10 •UOV— IkoBfkt W» 

I'M V - 



Leif Erickson. r^wandnie Us co- 
irtanlng role in "Tta President 
VtiahM.' Friday, illfaivh 13 pres- 
«M«Mi on "The Grm Adven- 
tere" on the CBS Television Net- 
work <7:3M:SO p.m., EST), re- 
Mlled tl)e Une ta was fired as 
^i^ntB at a ios Angeles movie 
ttMb» for nnglttg on tte job. He 
pNi^ mat teckitage. «udi- 
^ned for bandleader Ted Fio- 
Wn, and ivas cigned at vocal 



"Paul finnan; Ac«^ in a 
Hwry" will be |m«^^ on 
NK:-TVs "Hottywood and Ae 
^an" mmm. Mm* 1< (9:30 
p.m. EST). Oscar-nani^ Ncw- 
mm ^rf» seri^ ho< JMeph C4>t- 
wn te flfr<4Kfeea ^mrtta. 

aipi fcwn part mow* and 
to0^ shM MpecMfy for tta 
I^SMI wilt Aow l^maaB: rid- 
iBg Wi auAwcycte Arougb tta 
H^wood hilte, noiag a go-cart 
aad wwkfl^ oat lU a gym; at hit 
w^dkM re^rfkM^ pWitt hit 
handpwto ai ^a^itt lA GrHti- 
maa's Chtoie Ttaatte, i»rttei- 
I«tii^ iB a civil ri^ts ^monstra- 
^on and lelaxa^ irt hwiw w«kh 
his wife. «0&ea Stmmt Woo(^ 
wild; wcMkB^ <» d« ^ of A 
vM-^^e-ieta^ film aad i»r- 
fonnh^ ta many <rf his best- 
known llKwta^ including "TTie 
Hustler.** "Hud." "Tta Priw" 
M^ "Cat « a Itot TmgRonf." 

1^ |MR%iwi wu written bv 
Al Rmww wd dir^tod by Jack 
Hatey Jr. 

MmS A MtiOWTCS 

Marvm Kaft, CBS ^ws di|*i. 
matic contepondent, will deliver 
the major terture Friday. MTarch 
13 at a two^tBy conference on 
"Tta Image of tta United States 
Behind tta Iron Curtain," taW 
by <ta New York Metropolitan 
Chapter of Ae American Studies 
Aaaoctttion at Ae University of 
tta qty of New Ywt. Kalb was 
CBS News Moscow correspond- 
ent beloie his present W«ihing- 



Fnmi tta towering, heights of 
Ae be^-selling mwel, "Seven 
bays la Mi^,*' by Ftetcher Ki^ 
bel Md On^ W. Bailey II, 
mmm a powerf ul mrnkm pfcture 
M to^inaA m today's shocking 
hewttiaes. "Sc%wi Days la May," 
a sunene drama tot mi^t very 
weU tai^ai, <^»aed last ai^t 
at Ae Pria<«ss Tl^^re to a hk^ 
ly im^^ u^taoce. Heami^ 
Ae Mtf-fMi(M caat of this time- 
ly imHicm jMctere hwn Para- 
mount are B«ttt l.anc^«r, Kirk 
D<»ri^ F^rfc March, Ave 
Qamr and E^oid O'Brten. 

-Sewa Dajw In May" is tta 
frMittan^ iMry of u Memp^ 
m^wy p^ to o^wArow tta 
Uait^ stai^ y twMum cnt by 
l^w. It excitia^y I* the tale 
rt how wcfc a <ktmm ptot caild 
twm^ wh« «Rly om mm, md 
a M»all po^ rf ta^ tuppomrt, 
ttaml beti^M Ae nMim and aa- 
aK*y. 

^rt l^mm* » tta 1^*- 
raakb^ ^^H eM^i^ whh th^ 
fervent beli^ Aat he alwie can 
saw tta aat^ from disaster, 
Mu« i^ida piwm that he is cm 
<rf Hdlywood's m«t ttitentrf «*- 
ors. A r^ip^t of aa Academy 
Award for "HiWtf Ow^ *^ 
apia nomhiated tot **BMmM 
m Atertw." L«att»^ furthw 
wJ<b to his actoa tatfels with 
Alt po««rfttl perwmaace. 

KIA Do«|^ lUw Uacaster, 
n^^ Itete iWfoAictioB; hb wMs 
imm^ erf roha — aarf Arw AcwJ- 
«ny Amud awMiHrtto»— ^rt^ 
to his AUity. In "Sewn Ctays In 
May,** tor whWi ta itoet dowblc- 
duty « b^^^ mA @>-(ho- 
4»E^. Dm^ portray a Mar» 
Corps 0*»rt who rtumWcs m 
ami f iBaUy l^s drfcrt tta &m^ 
^nwsy to ovfrtBow tta ^vein- 

BMBt 

Ava Otrctaer, la her first HoU 
lywood flm to noie Aaa a#- 
cwle, Ina Ae oOf fcrairie Mf tt 
Ab si^wsefal drama. 1^ 
gtanoi^ Mas Oar^ portraw. 
a Wa^i^w. D. C socialite 
wta^ KWiances w^ b«h Lan- 
^rtw mA Dow^ Wawiw en 
intepd pm ol fl» fWl airf 
c(wnter-pm. 

i^BOMl 0*^to's MiM is a 
gitfirwMee of peiftxm^^ «^th- 
w ta putrays A ta^^ftmg pr^ 
a^t as m ^ •'Bttefcw Cnft* 
^^^la," ^Wi w<« Mm in tfcrtft 
or Ae e^iAy ^-^ttrng **Sam 
B@ie(^** <i tetofis^. In "Sevw 
Days In May.'* O'ttten hw ^ 
hi^ly (^Jrftal role IB a ^^eran 
U, S. ^la^ ndA A ^iKhM* 
for bouibw. <^^tiA <»«on atrf 
^ U. S. Gom ^ tton . 

tta sii^ipot^ cart rf Ait 
t^Mght pfin«fcbK dnuna are mt- 
cOT ^nm o«rt«»cy ct per- 
formaw» tat keiA Aem <»n»taat- 
Iv no call in b<^ mfkm ptoo^ 
«nd televisiwi. Httdfcw Ae Y^ 
are Marttn B*t«m. C^orm Ma- 
^««wlv. WiH ^0A BMt.^i^Wfc 
Huoh Martawre «rf A^pw 

Difect^ bw J<*n frw^kew- 
Heiiwe*" awl «wi*w»f ^ Edw»^ 
Lewis ftwm Rod Scrf»«^s scfpcn- 
T>l»v. "Sewn T>^^"! In M^v" is 3 
'oint f»mdnct»on bv Seven Arr^ 




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Mrs. MartiBette, left and M«. CoIim dap lay sv» n»^ ^ ne^bortood (WWrai far Mon- 
rmt^t. CMdwm plwto) " - " 




Seal Drive Sundiy 



vw^mk BEACH ^ nte 

Sunday 2,000 voIu^ao- wiU de- 
liver Easter Seals to )»bmi In ^ 
,ViTgini« Beach area and wfll te- 
oept contFibttUonj to te tiwd for 
vK^eA aMistanot b a^ l^'i 
haatfoipj^ ^lU^n and aduMk 

1%e cbiw inll te und«r tlw 
#n^ton of (he Virginia B^h 
^•l^r, Viqpnia Society lor 
Cri^pted Cluldren and Adults, 
Inc. 

Officers of the betl chapter 
«re Mill Harriet AiUtock; pMsi- 
dent: Mitisrd f, 8ti^ekler. vice 



tar A^titttaMI^ ffn,7n.M 
mu ^pnrt m Ove md Ttmi' 
m%M of I^tiei^ during IMS. 

Aim tsututt «tt: N^ttt Vir- 
ginia BwAi, Mil. Sm Corns; 
LMAiff^^ Cok^» Mn. Mne 
Atem*. l^idwi^taitt ^MoB. 
Wiann Ite^M; Sona Vtt^^ 
Bm^ Mrs. M. RMHodi^nr; 
Kli^ <kttiHi»ta, lbs. W. A. 
Siepsenson; Chesopeian Colony, 
Mrs. Homer L. Tew; Pocohantai 
yiSiCS. . Ibi Donald yfwuA', 
hAt Shores and Ukevi«w, Mrs. 
John E StMit; AmphitioiM Uuxvk 



Sen. Byrd To 
Run Again 



■eb BaWwIfi 

MAOBU — Mrs. C. V. MarUn- 
^te and ter nei^ibor Mrs. R. 
cmm are pleased that -their hus- 
iMinds don't object to their nwrch- 
ing in a piclwt line. In fact it 
vm Um iMtttendi wIm g^ them, 
into It, according to the lad»s. 

Tl» two housewives, wl» live 
in t^ 3S00 block of Virginius 
Drive in Mallbu, wti« among a 
gioup of two d<»en nwn and 
m>iMn wte pictet^ the Norfolk 
offices of the VirginU SecArk 
81^ Power Coni|»^ Mimdtaty. 

TlM Martiaettet aakl n'i<tey 
^y tave heen keeping a re@»d 
of itm VU ai^ electrk l»Us for 
On put two 3mrs. Ibutinst4e 

GUHNiNGNMi 
PRODUCER OF 
MiNlniELSHOW 



^dSM^CTWR' ^'^^ ^^ 'toacoIm'KtSJkett; 



; and 
treiBHrer. 

Last year the ctapter raised 
|0,aW.3O. Costs of the fund- 
raising drive were 1889.87. 

During 1963 ,lhe Virginia Eas- 
ter Seal Society fumidwd medit^ 
tulsteiice for 10«614 handicappeA 
chfl4ltn and adults. Many of 
tlMtiwere served by tiw Itt an- 
lenl,«r services malntaJasd, or 
co^jpilisored, by the Easter Seal 
Sodoty. 

Nine chikben from the Vlrgtste 
Beach area received treatments «ft 
m mnmu m^mmk mam, 

<Jth«r VJi^nla ^mA 

_^, jQHtoP.lnetertoyE, 

iMiA ms ^MlAed by ^s So- 
e^ i^ ^^^ m now w-i^m- 
sorol^ ^^ t)i^n^^. 

la ^ttion to ttw ab^ Mrist- 
aa^ m muOm of ^MrM soM 

^ f«rm of wlwelcWis, teaces, 
aMta, e^ 

<X 4h» tente rab^ ^ Wi^ 
t^sty, MM% tfe ^peat kr ^m 
m$ ^^^Bom, 8.7% k^tm^m 

5.8% to toe Nrti^t Socl^, 

ndd &r^» Pfo^tt^md f.m 




Jr. 

Carolanne Farms and Arrow- 
lietd, Mrs. Tom BridgM; rairmes- 
dows, Mrs. SmmmI Colien; Dia- 
mond Lake Crates, Mrs. Robert 
Stamps^ Thoroughgood, Mrs. Mll- 
drad Wtftktes; Avthm HiUs and 
W«itvkw» also l^iabetb River 
Stmm, Mn. Leonard L. Hodges; 
Aoedale, Mrs. J. C. Ellis; Kemps- 
vUle Heights. Mn. Bfa)or L. Kight, 
Jr.; Diamond Springs, Mn. "Wil^ 
liam 0. Itease; Birahwood, Mrs. 
T. M. Schnalx; Baylake Pines. 
Mil. ^|*ta r. l^te. 

WeaMtv <^^HV, Ifti. ^bed 
A. ^nrt; tyn^vwa Co^p, 
Itti. I^MW fiM^Mn; I^mi^ 
iMi^ aoMS. Mrs. Leo It.Wm 
Mte&irieyfMI^; Mat 0* 
Wottte. Ifas. n«nMtt B. m- 
tarn; IW^ M«n#r, »». 
Tmd W. a*; &ir^ Paifc. 
Mm. H. B. ftnMm; €^»«ood 
fttk, Mtt. L. E. Wtoe; OeM« 
tndlbi^ Tnraoe. Ito. Cft^et 
L. ^iv^FI Oc^mGv^ ]fr» 

Ar^m VJUi«e. Ifr. ^bei^ 
W^; ^rite, Ita. ^toun <to- 
rte-, *.; mm», IftaX A Day- 
^; ftte^ AhM ^ai. Mis. 
a. ft 1Wd;/%l^ toe^ lbs. 
J^ta flopkto. 



KKSfiMND — UJ. Senator 
toity flood Byrd, W, tat*e a 
long iUfoce on Ms {wltt^ te* 
ture Saturday when he an- 
nouooed be wiU seek re^toctkm 
4its year for a sevanth <aim. 

Bypd, who will be f? « June 
10, telephoned the fiA)^xv •»- 
nouneamaDt to Riabn^id: 

"I shall offe^ for n-^^km to 
the U.S. Senate." he aald. 

"IMS has been a ^mm ^ 
dstoa for me to mate, to ^vteg 
at tbis conclusion, I lar^ been m- 
fhienoad by numeroos rafi^ 
from an parts of thd state ttu^ I 
run again ftr ttM of fite to vhidi 
die pao|ile of Virgil kwe ao 
gsaiimisly atootod me <m itt pe- 
vioift occaskms. 




"I cannot express ato^»^^ 
ttie de[^ of 1^ t^^^xcMm tor 

m itmt ^ Mays ?■**»» ^ 

jpmm», itod as tIJ. seMinr. 

•^ MiAMidMd n^^ad to 
tt» VM,Btm^m ^^»oe— 
Mttt&t pMl— n^ be Id die 
pMpfc of t& (^MiMWttwmtUh t$A 



mmn j. omwiin^iam 



"I ^xk I uate^ud tiw jurin- 
^ai <tf ingWa people. I imt 
iMMMl ttto 1^ to the p«Mt a»! 
I abaO be ^01^ of tte privikge 
to^»to(balMn«. 

"1^ riM^m tvtt be ^r record 
•f mmf 10 reui of pid^ 



Mailrmn Cmd Fw Performmm 




VnOMA M^H ^ The 
Prince Anne ita^ton iMMl 
«W be peamtod ^ffl 14 lA 
Prineew AMe Hi^ School 

Hie nb^ anniHA pradu^on, 
rated % tts l^r Y»k eoatowia 
f^n ^ lic^ minstrri Aow 
&«t of tta yma^^, the ftow 
WiU be am^m;?^ % l^ar J. 
Cy]^^M|,«MI ^to«ct«l kf 
Jcta & IMU *., wAnr of the 
script. 

Clark W. Qivm of Prinoiai 
i^uw High Scho^ will ^ato be 
dir^^* tf mtttlc. Two dbmal 
iproups f^^rvd wiU intdutb tte 
Ugb a^Kd du»us and te Buri* 

1^ manirtM pnhiced tiie suc- 
cest^il allow tet Sprii«, Arttoir 
A. BoMfae Jr^ te serving as asaM- 
ani to ^oteoer-dir^or. 

Omtai^m&, vlw has pwtid- 
pat^ to 0ie tost ftHir minsta^ 
will be toterkici^r. A real^, be 
tt c^»cted nM tte fod aslite 
ai^ MBtanoe farm* H. W. Cun- 
ni^iaffl stol hmi^Ai^m m S\S' 
^sto teaA Boulevard at 1%^. 

A anri)^ of tba Prtoeass 
Anna cteb for ^ yeaw, Cun^nfr 
IMB to a fm^mm^ ^ 
Vbgnia ^vi^m Vsimtm a^ U 
fw» servl^ *a vice pm^A iA 
tiie C^auM i&w OA. 

Cunnlq^^ is a n^nb^ of 
the Virginto Beadi Plannli^ 
ConuiliAm. He m^kA to Vir- 
^nta to«* after a tour of duty 
wto ti» Air Wmtt. IBs hon^oira 
te Cha^^, W^ \rir^nto. 

OHHtta^^ttit it^ided <M Db- 
mtoton C^^^ (then Norfolk U- 
w«m of to <^lle^ of W^sm 
end Itery). A mwAer <rf l^ito 
IMhodiirt Church, he married tte 
f mmr Doito <^^it. t1» Mupla 
IM thr^ cMUren, Vkdci, 14; 
Brf, 10; and Pehra. 1%. 



said his total electric bill for 1963 
wsi about 23 per cent higher ttan 
the previous yMr %ym thmigh ito 
temily had xaA purchased way 
new appUancei. 

ft was when the <^)pto r^l 
iwws{»per accounts of a hou^ 
wives' protest nwivement that 
Martlnette encouragKl his wife to 
add her own efforts. She found a 
wlQtog co-worker in her nei^- 
bor, Mrs. CaUm and to^tor to 
women ejected the rignatuies 
of 200 (Mber dii^utotod bUl 
pa^is. 

A Diovemeto seeking tovnti9h 
iion of tttUl^ ttlm ^ined toi- 
prtus toit HKu^ vrtien Seizor 
where you have to tttok twkie 

Senior Piay 
Preeentation 
Ttiis Weel( 



' m^m»h BEA(3i — "Hie 
SHttor ctaM of ^^^tla Beaeh 
Hi|^ Sdiool will pfMtt^ "Auntie 
Ifune," • 3-att ^m^y bued m 
<be MWiri 1^ PiArMc Dennto to 
Hm a^O(d auditorium Wedi^ 
day and frl^ at 7:90 pA. 

ft^ of admiaslon wUl be |1JS 
tor a^ts and ^ <%nte for mi- 

Ite MVil wasw^ed fiwtbe 
atap 1^ i. Lawrenoe and A. E. 
Ln «^ ton been hi|^ ac- 
moM tett as a «ag» pioduc- 
ttm a^ a novte. 

^My iWtopMl to ^tt: "Aiu^ 
Mum was a handtooma, qmiite 
acMffteMMtf and imni^iMftad 
to# iwbo te^rtraed to AaoI- 
om MMteye from iftSl to to 
hnmedl^ p^ by bar wtturiori 
ga^, her i^m antay v^^ 
v^niw aiMl lm- devoMtt to her 
3Wi^ nephew, who grew up to 
be INA^ Demtfs. 

•itorM^ totones thM rose 
and toll aM a pl«»nt bat 1^ 
starrtoga to a IflmMe m^era- 
ar. who btf te bad Iwk to M 
tomi to IbddMlum, Autoto 
name's chief ^neem iras <M 
w^mm to rated... tt eaiMal 
Bipure to a im»m of spM, to- 
Mrte kinto^ and un^fniMda 
ooiaiga . . . " 

Pc^ itog»TOan givM m Mt' 
•tonMn^ good potoraMaca as 
iU^to Mama. John Dennis ^ays 
O'temiton, to B<temten tov# 
who becoBMS tovolved to im ufr 
foriimsto affidr with Agnea 
Goocb, ptoyed by Aprfl fUmey. 
AgMS Is Mama's seereftUT ^mtMo 
wftors fnm aiv«nl deep ^mt- 
pteEoa. 

Lee R^^rtt ^s Ver% m 
acbee w}K> Atmurtksally livei her 
wOd life. Pat CrawfOTd j^xf% Mr. 
Bab^ick. to prudiib eiracutor of 
Patridt's toheritaw*. Stoeter 
LM tea an ^cci^nt r^ as 
Beaur^ird A^cson Pldi^e 
Ai^de, a sotttoem gentleman 
wto b«»mes to first '^Mr. 
Denate." 

Patridt, as an innocent young 
boy under Itome's csie. b pliqred 
^ BffiB d^jmHvton, wd Patrick 
as a wise and devoted young man 
is ptoy^ by Puajy i'armer. 




befoie ymi turn to heat up." 

Mrs. CoUm, a naU^ of S^n. 
wto> bH spent most of ter Ufe to 
Pawn, nld sheila inq^«is@) 
lirttt Vepco's service but ^^uHt to 
saa an ex^nation of VefN^s 
bflling methods, 

"to PamnM I ua^ to spend 
Lee IMt^f, D.-Mont., attacl»d 
Vepco's nto and ^u^iing Aructure 
to a Senate q«edi. 

"We're wH PMlly part of to 
group that organi^ to protest, 
but we are to empathy with 
them," Mrs. Martlnette aaid. "It's 
b^ when tbtop g^ to to poiM 
aimumrs in to ^us^ where 
tiiey only hsd ele^Wty for 
i^»out two iMHirs a day. No house- 
wife would think of <toii« any* 
thtog tort ironing during tot 
tiflM," she aald. 

A Ifei^ -wtfa, b«r hustourf is 
rtaUon^ at to Guided M^ 
Sttod at Dam Neck, ifer ei^ 
^mcm tialped mk» posters ttf 
ltaid«y*a ^taMutiiten. lbs. 
Mailtoe^'a «mly chttd. Bud<fy, ts 
5H and too ywiog to bdp. 

AA be SMms pla^^ when bh 
n^BtlMr prslsu him for Cutting 
^ 4toor b^im him as he comM 
into to bcHise. '*No ^sM to Ruk- 
i^ to gas bUl any hi^r," tfM 
ma tom^ 

INM 'mmm insiift tiwy are net 
aeco^ Vepco of overehai^ng 
ctmuniMi, "but we do thtok toi 
toa«ne to iMlity toUs wwnmte 
m inv«sUgMion and a sai^etory 
e^tl^yM^n," toy nnhMn. 

V^co has ^M^ ttiat its elec- 

ttto^md power rates are out of 

Um, taatott$g toA tt has actually 

n^i 11.7 per cmt tor 




Francis Lay (toft) oj^lMtor <rf to ctty'i 4 
t»s. goes over Hunter Spen^'s i^m^ for his f«^iM«m^ to 
Thailand. (Baldwin Photo) 

SPENCE NAMED TO 
THAILAND 4-H POST 



Bnch Man 
Queens Esceit 




BACK BAY — "fte federrt 
MA Chto Found^ion in WaAlng- 
toa, O.C. has uimuncMl tbM 
Hunter Spence of Virginia Beach 
has received a six moi^ assign- { 
qnent to Thailand wilb ''^- '"'■"• 

Spenoe. the son of Mrs. 
H. Spenea of Norfolk and tne uite 
Mr. Spence, is a gradiiate of 
CTMfte H^ ScAotf and toa been 
active to 4a Qub, W9.h. and 
church y«th wrk. A native of 
ftwk ftiy, he tow been • ittrte win- 
ner in 4'H O^ ftstoi^m, drum 
nttjor of to IWi«Ma TWJi. Band 
te tonsa C^, Miwjuri, and has 
served as <to^M- of the Creeds 
Ito^m Wnsbrts and «» 4.H 
•^^au^to^^" s^e totont coo- 
lest I* Vlrgitoa W^twta^ 
•ImAHnte. 

He is purt vteepi^Ment of One 
Vlr^Ua Oui^ of #H All Ston 
an honowry 4jH Ctab offpni»- 
tton, and is noW servtog as pi««- 
dent of to Sw^ie^ Virginia 4« 
AUSters. 

Presently emptoyed at tt« 
Armed Porees Staff Coltogi to 
Norfolk Spenoe atoo s*t^* eve- 
nly etooa si OM Xtoratoton 



C^^e. 
%e Utem^iMl Ari 

<^portun% tor detoptot ^m 

cm ^w^ to o^wv 



01 ajTBC J 

our way ^■■ 
gram's beginning 
otrtstandtog 44l'eis m««c7 . 
laded for ^rifiiunents thri' 
the world from this aree 
Spence's asrigmnent, \ 
Beach will have had mor 
gates participattog in tb 
gram than any other city o>. 
ty to the state. 



WSS SpSON OM 
NJ. DEAN'S UST 

DURHAM, N.H. — Miss Sux- 
anne Bobison of Virginia Beach 
^m» named «d to Dean's List for 
to first semester at the Univer 
wkg of Nbw Itom^iTL, 



Chickk Bmimss At iMuke 



SIBLEY TO HOLD 
ART DISCUSSION 



VmGMA BEACH — CtarlM 

K. Sibtoy, head of to Pine Arts 

Depaitmeirt of Oto Domtoton 

C^^, will head a pand dfaRS» 

m »v «m *™«.-. *«. ■!<» «' ^ vwylM te» <rf art 

^^m ^^ art tina^ «i,W«dtoday at <Mtte E^seopd 



eM^ toe (^n^^tem BiilMing <%ur^. 




Mr toe f*jicofd. b. 1- Aiiui, f^pu 
in .Opmizatioa wcts also rrrsrn* 



i and I. fable performance 

ft to ri^t, P^toiaswf J. T. Croaswbhe, Jr., 

- and R. A. MdLaughlin, Lynnhaven; 

?« In making the presentations, Ross 

nmittce commeiided to clerks and 

iiE \> leaks Organization, and R. E. Paden, 

twm photo) 



tnd M IWtom and 3^on to Vi^ 
giato B^A Borougb and ii ftin- 
c^ Amw. 

General adml^m ttetets Um 
We«m^ 1^ Ttotntey ni|^ 
anrH f#^lf^**'*"*y«^ 
^tairday ^^ are $1M m a 
att^ mi^wA aealbans. 

to ued koma^m p^rmart irt 
« ^^ to to €^«d f^MM 



Ite discus^on will higUlgbit 
to leffOar meertii^ of to ^^ 
0^ Bm^ Alt AssocMbm b^ 

^|Bng at 8 pJQ. 

Mr. ^^y WiU be joined by 
^ ttM«i<rf to <M DMdn' 
im MAy who are m/mm 
kmwn to to fi^ds of «t tabiMy, 
f^^^ ac«d4^» mi, eleM^ 
The p^ wffl dtosMl ^ ti&n 
Ite ston^^t of ^a^ea m wtf 
tt Msedattw. 
A MSiittHi wa toBow. 



MNDSHIMNAM MeC>ONALD 

WtSBOA BEACai — Mid- 
ahipnun Sk^ard j>. McDomld, 
vm, of to ttottKl ^ale Htm 
AiCMtomy, hIkm tomae is to Va^ 
ginkt Gea^ Virgbsla, bas htm 
aalad^l to be to ^cMt fdr to 
Astfea Qiwni, Miss (kns Stockert, 
Aubi^ ^K' Ito^m^tomd Matoa 
wmvai. to f^^Uc April nm. 
MidrfU^nan Mdtould, to hto 
s«;ond ywr itt ti» Aa^M^« it 
to son of t^ittenaat Q>innaater 
and Mrs, .tow C. McDonaW, Jr., 
1527 Cftwto-Lee Lain, ^nride, 
Virginto B«kA. 

Thirty otor midshi|ffl»n have 
been ^^^lited to serve as es- 
corts for to Aatiei prto^ses 
an! a^teiutei^. 

MidA^Moan Md><nidd was 
gridttated from PriMW Anne 
ttgh Scbool, ViJ^iato Beach, to 
1902. lie tod been ea^ato of the 
ba^BettMll teun, a mei^Der of the 
Mident €kmtt:il airf to National 
Hoitor Soctoty. ftevtouily, he had 
^nded to^ «diools to Par^. 
ftm^ wh«e Mvu i»^lent of 
bto dam, and to l^uAtoii 
Cf^naay. 

Ito 1^ to ra^ «f mid^&ip- 
naa Itoatonato ^mmai^^ to bis 
tias^ a^ is a tMtaientol sirti- 
eonHna^er. Ite A^ to to top 
Ihii4 of m <daas aeadenneally 
iud piM^ite to iiAt«Hirsl 
ipnto. 

Itt totiiar te ewnnHn^sitioiM 
officw <m to atoff of Con^ 
mander, Anti^AAmtftoe WsfSwe 
Psree, Attaatte, baaed to Natolk. 




Bennett ftrfcktond, Lou Pulley and 
to« <d to cbtekem Mrs. Best's second gratie 
SAtxA hatehed to an incubator for a claasroom i.^.-jv, 
thr« of to 25 e^ did not hatch, an ouMaadmg reowrd f 
more expefw«^ chicken raisers. Some of to cSiihHcn - 
chkdds ho«i b« most of tom were givr ' '^ '- 
(Boioe photo) 



1 



UN-NEWS, Tt«»d«y 



v^7 1964 



•i*# 




T(M ^t^er 



.•»tuns 

<irdMk Sbowto 

' 'it aeOoHMT 

!( will te 

VmM Judges. 

tie Dome. 

I nuatA VBT- 

wn4>pe<l itt foU 
:'» MM eA «!•» 
taWH wHtte 
M Ina 7 to • 




search of h^^ and anmua) plaiiti, 
while frawing iImi qM favaiHet. 
Tttre «« \wm% iiealy bull, 
iniM oitf Mir^Ddflf but tlMiifr 
nets will elminitle »11 of these. 
Ultra are <UMMes such «s mildew, 
crewnrot, ctc^ whioh improper 
Ipvwini coodlttoRs wUl bring on. 
Ctn «t)OuM tw taken never to 
fut ft newly ftewtixwl Pl«»t wilh 
• coltoctloa unUl it htt proven 
Iti^ trae of trouble. A wlnle col- 

Uea of • «MMed er teiect-rtdAen 
TlMvt w«eks i» • fMd Iw- 

rtaMU cu be eMfttMi kr tey- 
tt« tmll ewt toftv«»— new nri- 
•ties em ce w Mfb M fl.M or 
|S.0» pir letf ftn« « l«w ai Kc 
for etdir mieties. SUvted lesves 
wKk plulMt en to ^(Wllrt lor 
ate tTtnMd IU». MHter 
pbnu fron irac to li SO (tkere 
' toiftfot 
•ad re- 




Tray Favor 
irtyMil 



fhc BirclH 

.XKl Ulrdcn Cl«b IXM a "Tray 

r Avor Workshop" al the home of 

iU president. Mrs. E, W. lisanitrd, 

C«r*n D |i»Js Beack. 

The 150 iray favors were de- 
'tgoed vul aasembkHl by the 
lembers uiA wiJl be Afta to the 
(wtieftta at OePiMl « oi» tt a l in 
Norfolk at Caiter Tim*. Soma of 
the designs, were litUe Eaatier 
Baskeis, Flower Nosegays, and 
decorated £gg Baskets. 

Members attending were; Mrs. 
0. G Kilpatrick, Ibl. Pfcil Chera- 
iier, Jr., Mrs. C. C. Floyd, Mrs. J. 
S. Andrews, Mrt. R. J. Newman, 
Mrs. C. J. EafCMM, Mrs. L. €. 
Smith, Mrs. J. A. Stewart, Mrs. 
M. £. BlueiMBStein, Mrs. M. K. 
KAlly, Mrs. Berkeley Hudaon^ Mrs. 
JamM ^^m^Wn. DoeiM Hv- 
v^, sad Mfi. r W. WSh^^m. 




BIRTH5 

Cmdr and Mrs 
Virginia Beach announce uie oirm 
of their third child, first son. 
Br^n SeoU, Mart ^i> 




be oMataed fram 
Tfcay 

flram 
on 



FiKrnr'ONtt...yi 

the 




.OetSo- 
Mk Beroaik). 
m by tte hun- 
nieniben of 



'iveral hun- 



iromsb*- 
'uis 



1 III <«wt 

beta its i^u- 

atllMlMM 

01 Mrs. P. M. l^ns with Mrs. 
N. B. Godfrey eenring as co- 



Hear 



"How to Grow Bosea" was 43i« 
iatmtiitf topic praaantad by the 
HnilB. Bm. ft. Q< Ttiomn. 

The Ckib voted to make iCaater 
tray favors for the Slwre Drive 
ConvtkHant Uoan. 

Blue rtbbma were awarded to 

Mrs. t^mm tor arramenienta, and 

10 Mrs. Godfrey, Mrs. J. W. Pell. 

'^'•^. L. E. Myers. Mra. J. G. 

■i( Mrs n G Thomas, and 

uiture. 
.;il take 
tie of Mrs. 



I r>i 



Iff 



.uJENEKS 



aged Goupie 
Honored 



— Miss 

-.. 'iwhose n»r- 

/ Ofleaby witt 

n aft Gaklee 

Vifgliiia Beaek 

id at a numNr 

partita. 

^ Waate^dorf and 

Weatendfii-f en- 

abower at 

i. Mn. Wil- 

lained at a 

;r m iter Iwoia for iMlat 

■' W. Burr Siitk«rki»d 

:. Bonney were co- 

WedotMtey evening 

a niiaorilaiieotfi fliM»we<- 

AfiM Abbn«t wiU -■ 
bonor y at 1 p.i 

bridal >»>»..v<aa at the h»<... - 
Mrs. Bradfbrd Sanders in Elixa 
balkCily. 



m». Hrary % mmm, ^m 
H m ^^ Navd mwth 

^rt*'a Day ofcmvcices rt a 

Mm <rf 1^ C. S^r &^ 
m Mrt tt«A VraAi i« ba 

«wal te K^dided Mp two 
Mmi: i&:W km. to ^m «tf 
ttSO • t40 t A. lit pttWr 
laiB^tf. 

BHdke Tturney 
Opene Frtday 
At PJLC.C. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Reaerva- 
tlon will cl<ne <Wednesday for 
the duidlcate bridge tournament 
to be heM FrMay throu^ Sunday 
at the Princess Anne Country 
Club. 

The tounuuntm will btgia wRb 
cocktails *t 6 pjB. f ri<ftiy foUowad 
by a lobjter or steak dlnaer at 
7 p.m. Games will get uadetway 
at 8 pjn. and end at midalght. 

Those not eliminated in the 
fkat eveaing will play In the 
semifinals Saturday starting at 

I The finals will be Md Jittfiday» 
i beginning at 2 p.m. 
I The touroament wiU be coa- 
jducted by Ellis and n«i«iM 

{Butt, well known Tidewater 
i bTklfe authorities. 



llVlfwdUi 

' finest 



ymmnh mimi ^ mm. 

aatttettevn^, ftit ometo of 
^ Vl^ria BhA taimb of 
VWO^ mm toffg,^ ^Nnr tit 

ewi, toM beM l^hMtday. IliW 
tJL at ttt MAtodM <MmM, 

Indite Avettttei. 

^la in^u^Hs ant ttwta- Ai- 
tents wU eiditt»it 4te wuk 4tM 
la te vii^ auMi do^lte 

tlM tegutaff s^siom. 

Ot^m tm Oh LadiM My 
<M #rU^ ii# be mMM tt. 
Warn one, 

Nursery mr^m Witt tat vn^ 
Ale for lA «Mrn. 

IKS. inCE TAU 



JUanton Club 
Hears Oeearator 

MJMimi ^ The Alttton 
Gm^ua Oi* mat W<^ta»^ at 
Wll^ Wayriaa tor a ^«gr«m on 
Int^v daeanti^ 

<MMt wpmkuim «» T^»e- 
week. dewi^^ Wl^ ^7- 
me. 



T^nnof 

,^ a,u., sua u* lait J. H. j 

O'Oulnn. Mr. Slmonelli is the son 
of thf iate Mr. and Mrs. A. Simon- 
elli of Portland, Oregon. 



Mr. and Mtl James K. iiall of 
Virginia B«Mh anMHR!* tia 
birth for third cMld, <lnt dau^pi- 

ter, Suasn Hampton. March 10 in 

iMrik omm iMpM. ifcft 

H«f )i the femar Mlai CUtA 
Halen Owens, dsaghter of Mr 
and Mrs. AByn M. Owens olJtor- 
folk. Mr. Hatt la the son of Amea 
L. Hafi of Virglilia Beach and Mrs. 
Aana K. HaU of Norfolfc. 

PA Navy Wives 

I The Princess Amw Navy Wives 
Clnb No. 143 hai receoliy d»- 
' italad «e laltowiBt articles tot 
i htapitili hi «bt area. 
I lb «ha Dwpwtaent of BeaMh, 
" " WtiCare. an Al- 

Fad. tiiag% 
a 




|alwa||sgooct 

O^i - "We'll Decwale Your Idea" - UvMd 

I D§nay 




F9f AUXILIARY 
HAT SALE SET 

I.--.-OS AttNNE — Tha.iAd. 
le« y of the Tn^A 

Older of Police, Comiaadoiw 
Uk* '■ " -viU hold a hat sate 
aft Country Chato off 

Keaoipiviiie Koad Wednesdiay. 

Tb* aale will be bekl from 
aooB to ^ pm and again from 

e to 6 

'^ '■ u PC ixiyvavaA a hat 
T away «<t etth aMit«D. 

istltod. 



mtfltfrni of tiM tMawMar .^la- 
iMim of IfcuM HMen will 
ftMff Mn. Nocna % Mm tatt m 
'^mum aRlnve^MMi" i^ liw 

^ IMttMa Or^ ^ Nmb 

^b A ft-^MM ^M, 

A Im^ iuA^wu iriU be 
iarvtdat U:Wajn. 



wwa 



lbs. Dunmt 
W. T. D<^ 



Judfts were li* J. C. l^w Jr., 
Mnk W. A. Giets and Mis. Q. £ 

GurgMMS. 

iUhboM wera aiwamlad to tte 

loBawiai: Mrs. A. £. Branch, 2 
UM; lini. C. W. Jarnigan, Mrs. 
CwfM Mat; Mn. I €. Vmr 
St., tad Mrs. WiBtam Hadtay, 
ted; «ad Mrs. J. X. Wood, Ifrs. 
G. H Atekaon, Mra. J. it. sm^ 
and Mr. AJUitkH, yeUew. Mrs 
ANNM idM> KmB a Idw riMon 
ffff a IwMttMiVDTe g n ac haa i. 



And to Vlrgtaiia 
a itotic Mtor and a prtsMire pad. 
tMfl Siap 
JiMt a nntedar toaB ear Str- 
vie* «d CMMm frieada thort tfM 
PrJaieeta Ame Navy Wivaa Oalb 
No. 143 eptftitoa the Thrift Skaf 
located MAM <bt CjP.O. chib cm 
tlM Ntrth StotkM of OoaaM Navii 

SiBltiOB. 

'Ae paWe k w^mm to mmt 
and Ifftnne b^w^ I and 12 ev- 
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LIGHT WEIGHT WITH A BIG 16" TUBE 
AND YOU CAN BUY IT WITH 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 

"WE mL OR SERVICE IT" 

BEACH TV SERVICES 

422 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 

(OMimSl.) 

428-3^1 OI»EN 9 T0f ^. & SAT. 

EASY BUDGET TERMS 



TEA WELCOMES 
NEW MEMBERS 

OfflSAPEAKE BEACH — iTie 
CheMipeake Betdi Volun^r fin 
Department's Lwlies AuxiUa^ 
heM its annual tea for new mns- 
bers who have joined during Um 
year at tSie fire rtatiMi Sun^ 
afternoon. 

PERSONAL MENTION 

BIRCHWOOD — Mrs. Jewell 
Ea^^raon and Mra. Peggy Naw- 
naan of Fridley's Gift »op, Vii^ 
ginia Beach, have ^at returned 
from a buying tr^> to New Y«* 
City. 

They purchased gifts and ac- 
cessories for the spring and com- 
mg season. 

Mis. Eavenson and M«. New- 
man stayed at tlw Taft Hotel in 
New York and ^»k this occasion 
to see the ^k)w "A Funny IMig 
ffc^jened On "Die Way To The 
Forum" and other shows. *' 

LYNCHBUHG — Carolyn Rich- 
ardson. <ku^ter of Mr. and lilrs. 
E. P. Richardson. 208 53rd St.. 
Vir^nia Beach, Va., hM been se- 
lected to the fin^ semei*^ D^tn's 
IM at Bandolplb^Blacon Womui's 
College. 

Carolyn is a freshnnm at Ban- 
d<^ph-MMon. 

^udei^ are dHMen to ttie 
D^n'sLMon^ basis of aca- 
demic exoeltenoe. 





WORK AU. YEAR , 









WHY FRHEZE 
SiniNO THf WORLP ON fOUf 

^m IpMid cmofhw winfar invMng Mg ImoNihi 
Mb, •xira madical bills? Kaap all your fwiaxm 
iHMil ii^a yrnut hinise, and unheah^ dan^>* 
iNpi umI drafe outskle — with tlia b^ of an« 
of oor1ow'«(^ budgat^itHna HOME mfCN%» 
MENT lOANS. PrompHy ovoiiai^ for any hmm 
r^Kitr 9S Mi^ovainafitl Gma In. 



OFFERING AIA BANKING SERVICESs 



Survey Reveals 
Drinking Driver 
Accident Prone 

RICHMOND — When a driver's blood alcohol level reaches 
.15 percent by weight, the level which must be reached in Virginia 
for a presumption of guilt as to drunken driving, the relative prob- 
ability of his causing a U-affic era* is more than 25 times greater 
than if he were sotoer. 

This was one of the findings of a year-long survey just 
completed in Grand Rapids, Mich 



Virginia Bwa^^W-NCW 
Tuesday, ttmr^ 17, 1964 



■■WiaM<wl« ft nmn* 
asA Omndbn ti ^ifr 



FREEDOM AWARD 
TO KEY CLUBS 



Key Oub Iittemational. high 
school boy's service organiza- 
tion sponsored by Kiwanis In- 
ternational, has won a top award 
in tfie annual Freed<m)S Foun- 
dation Amerkanism competi- 
tion, according to Arthur C. 
Munyan^ president of the Ki- 
wanis Club of Virginia Beadi. 

The Kiwanis Oub of Virginia 
BeKh sponsors the Key Clubs 
of Cox and Princess Anne and 
Kellam H^ Scho(^s. 

The award which was pre- 
sented to Kenneth Q*en, 17, 
of Ewing Township High School, 
Trenton, New Jersey, on Feb- 
ruary 22, at Valley Forge, came 
for iCey Qub's 1963 theme, 
•fulfill Freedom's Challenge." 
Dr. Kenneth D. Welb, president 
of the FreedcMns Fcmndation, 
made tiie presentation. 

Key Oub International, which 
comprises approximately 67,000 
high school b<^ in 27000 U.S. 
and Canadian high schools, was 
cited as follows: "Sixty-seven 
thcmsand high school young men 
«J<^rted an eight point program 
i^teh stressed strengthening 
spiritual growth, preserving our 
common heritage and ideals, 
putting democracy on the offen- 
sive, inspiring irtelligent leader- 
shq;), stressing hi^r . moral 



Ji Hone Improvement U»ns 

• Savings Accounts 

• Ch^ii^ AcowitB 



NigM D^K^iiory 
Auto Loans 
Chrtemas Oub 



Safe Deposit Boxes 

(At Va. Beach aiul Aragona 

c^ica) 



AMPLE CAPVlAi. . . . AMPLE LEFDING LIMIT 



standards by {nxmiotlng mental 
and physu:al fitness." 

Kiwanis tnternational, too, 
was honored. The organization 
received a Distinguished Ser- 
vice Award for its 1963-64 
theme, "RcsTOnsilnlity — TTie 
Key to Freedom." Kiwanis has 
won a top award each year since 
Freedoms Foundation began. 

Circle K International, a col- 
lege men's service organiration 
•lao sponsored by Kiwanis, re- 
ceived a Geoige Washington 
H(mor Medal, 

I II - LI ,-i <mmmim>^fiimi»''-» 

LimE LEAGUE 
REGISTERS FRIDAY ' 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Vir 
ginia Beach American Uttle 
League wOl hold its registration 
Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Vi^ 
gi|ia Beach High School cafeteria. 
, Boys within t^ league's boim^ 
daries wiio wiU be «igbt More 
Aug. 1 but will not readi iJ»if 
thirteenth birthday before thai 
date may re^rter. 

Each boy must bring a birth 
certificate and be acoompanied by 
a pansrt. 



igan, by the Department of Police 
Administration of Indiana Uni- 
versity. Working to elminate as 
miny variables as possible, the 
5-man team inten^tewed nearly 
15,000 drivers, stiklfed 27,000 
accidents reports and considered 
2,000 sites of potential accidents. 
Exhaustlw preparation ms car- 
ried out before the beginning of 
tte actual survery. 

The airvey indicated ftr^ngly 
thai levels of .04 and below were 
"not incon^^ent with traffic 
Kifety" but that the probability 
of era* involvement increases 
irfieadily past tiiis level and beghis 
to rise rf»rply at .08, to become 
extren>ely high at levels above .15. 

Drivera wtth leveb of above .08 
tond to become involved in nune 



single-car cratfies than »»ber dri- 
vers and these ci«.^hes are more 
severe. Moirt proi>e were drivers 
in the lower social and economic 
brackets. 

Thirty-seven per cent of those 
interviewed telt they could drive 
safely with six or more drinks. 
A 180-pound per^n consuming 
this much would have a level of 
about M, the point at which lev- 
els begin to be significantly over- 
represented in cri^d^. 

Virginia law presumes a driver 
to be sober M levels of .(H} and 
below, raises no prewmption 
from above .05 to .15 and pre- 
sumes intoxkation, as far m driv- 
ing is com^med, at lev^ of .15 
andiA)Ove. 




ALEX HANI^KJM 

WHO COMVERTTD TM8 

SAN TOAWOSCO 

M'ARateMe& iMTO a 




THE DAY MARCH 22 
SURREY CAFETERIA 

1«th and ATUNTIC AVE. 

WILL BE OPEN EVERY DAY 

8 A.M. TO 8:30 P.M. 

SERVING BREAKFAST - LUNCH 
DINNER 



OMliU/S 
Si^EY CAFETERIA 




■ 



Baistk of Vii^iNiA Beach 



\m- 




Padfic Avenue at Uskin Road Naval Air Station - Oceana 

1802 Atlantic Avenue USFAAWTC - Dam N«* 

3333 Virginia BeaA% Blvd. at Princ»» Ann© Waza 

2206 Waterwoics R<»d at Robblns Owner 

4920 Virginia Reach Blvd. at Ara^wia Village 

C^en ^wdaf teo^l'^^, 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.— F*toy mmom - 4 to 7 P.M. 



VIRGINIA BEACH REALH ^ 



Realtdn 



OFFWS COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE 
RESIDENTIAL SALES 

» COAAMERCIAL and INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
• RENTALS (Yearly and Seasonal) 
• LAND DEVELOPING 
'# FARM SALES 

• DEVELOPER'S AGENT 

• ALL TYPES OF FINANQNG 




Main Office At 

buildArama 

17<» LASON IKIAD 




DAMNUM BCMtSm A mSC0RO 
OP dUX«3S ■ IMTHC DMA. 

tHtz fnomimt. use jrmm 
vtASm? ren. oivi5io*iAu 

CHAMVnoNS IMKEB nM»« 
AHPy«^ COACH OP -THE 

l957*SiS Sr, UXHS HAMKS. 
tiAA TITUSTS.M 



HORSE CUNIC 
APRIL ID & 11 

A tw9^ borsa t^mm cMm 
has been srt to be heM A^ 
10-11, 1964, at the 'Mtewattf 
Horse and Pony ^% Orem- 
brier FarD^ South MOMmy Hm- 
way, Chesi^ke, VirgUa. w 
clinle hM Ibaw' mami ''tte 
SoutlH^ib^n Vii^te Ho rsa 
Clinic," TTie pro^nm wiD be 
sponsored by ^m Suflto^ snd 
Nansemond Horw and F^^ (^Ml 
and Virginn Baw^h and CbMi- 
peake HorsenMtt In cooperation 
with the Tidewator Hone mi 
Pony AisociatlfiOT GnrnMrn 
Farms, and the Vv^i^ ^fwi^ 
tural Extension ^rvice. 

The clinic wiU offtf an ^i^ 
vanced course" ^m fhnt day sari 
a "general school** Que samid (h^. 
The clinic 8^8 tafli ftonned to 
be of valiK lb horse aatf pMy 
owners, 4-H ho»e and pim$ pn- 
ject roemters aul lodn^ pM* 
fe^oaal agricuMral workoa, 
and indusby interests, ^a pnbtte 
is cordially invtted. Tmmet, 
Virginia, hoi^DMn are epecM^ 
invHed to iMend tha cttnk. 

Out^jindHng j^Msilecs wA dem- 
on^raUons from the TMeieMpr 
Ar^ and from aoreil ttie MA 
Dominion will be liatlBed at #» 
Clinic. CUnk ii»toicl(n viU m- 
dude local and Mite tonwpit 
and women, V^ttinttteis,' Md 
staff members tram t^e Virgta^ 
Po^echnic Insttt^, ^^mUm 
Servke; Agron^y, Veterimffy 
Sciena, and Animal ScieMe De- 
partments wiU be r a pr e seflle d. 

hifornation ^m»iB^ ^» 
dinic nuy be obtained ttom ma^ 
bers of the sponsorta^ oi||ai^- 
tioitf or frtnn <^ €oi$^ Crtni- 
si<m Ageirts at ehiii^ i rtns , tel- 
fcj^i, or Virginia Beach, Viritfnta. 

TMes Ticket 
Sale Underwfy 

PC«TSMK>in« — "fte '046.. 
^mkm 'DOm have amMwneed tta 
opening of tlckiA itfes to the tw> 
Ma^T league ifii^lt^hm wum»* 
to be ^hebl al ^m^$i, &MrtMe' 
Sti^um to fNjrtsmgfoA. 

Bw s^s lor toe Cbieoge White 
Sox ' Cudnnsti Reds game on 
Fi^y, ^ril 10 and the Wew 
Y<Mt Mats - Battinwre Orioles on 
Si^ta^y, April 11 are prked at 
13^ ^d]. ftesenml si^cn 
grandstand tidkrts are ^60 inqKi 
CMwral Admtwon m p^Md 
at 11,50. ' 

Tkske^ for tiu gumMt iKitti itf* 
termwn affairs, tnD be amOMe 
at only tvro lo@ii&>ns, Mwiy'a 
News SUuid on O^ itti A-vwwe 
in Norf-dk mod ^ 'HdM of ^ at 
tte Sla<Uttai. 

No tetepbona «ilers «U1 be ac- 
cepted, sM maQ ofdeia sImiM be 
seM payable to Tidemter Otm- 
muntty B^ebaU CorpOTMkM^ IPX). 
Box 145, PortSBKMlh «m1 stoMid 
include 50c ?«• «*r f«r ««p«ied 
mail and handttsf. 



MERCURY-COMET 



Compete Service Oi All Makes Of Cars 

PICKUP and DELIVERY 
Factory - Trained Mechanka 




nklewa»tr'» 

Olfbat &(clitaive 

Mercury 

Deabi^ 



8, INC. 



857 Virfinia Beach Blvd. - Virginia Beach -428-7121 



428-2901 



uoums 



BEASLEY'S 




SUM BiASUY 

Ownar ft Manager 

81ft A ArcHc Ava. 

428-963S 



DAVEOVERSTREET 

MteMgw 

ITMi & Pacific Ave. 

428.96(» 




IMiW r 

,niOfSR KUJ:. RRUE4SK 

Hai^a a food nmeUea vuu- 
<^ to main n»* wts^^i^ 

year otter luuA Bagr B&momot 
«NM at ^ aatto^ te^ VNi,^^ 
«M and laemb^ of ne mw 
RIgli Ltfe adTiaai^ staff , dn>m< 
rtrtttes. Witek eaxcMSy t» JM 
tiu^ yoa da n^ twbt your tndMi 
Biqr la^ «o idM auiln sm^^ 

Ctiunab kavM tlw ball flM> 
othHrtaj^ will fanpai%«t 
te^ nataw as thagr leafs fto 
n^«f«tebQ. 



IWTZ ^IZAAR 

wtmfvnjm* AtruANcn 
ANnvflM 







A/lf9»ftl« Bt^ ^.W-N^A^, Tu^ty, M«f* 17, 1^4 



^ Member 



\m^ 



Mil 111! All. J Tu^^sH* 




LrSNMONe 



SliweriMt Form of Compllpont 




1ms ownlry f wmMtt h#V# «n •liT«St 
tnf jnifv vm^0^. Afw rv^rft it s«nt •fc^oadl 
M^s %n6 Institutions of 
^^in rmifct fMr ^ay ^r© too. 
•$ In » m«ny dtt#r m«tt«rs. It can 
^ i^ M«t imit»fi«i it rti« sin<»feit form 

Tl» wi^mi^^ mmm to htve b^n* 
one of our moft popular exporti. 

Writing in This Week magazine, Charlie 

■ e says: "Bonjour, Monsieur. Today I de- 

e a can of kitty-food, a bottle of Napoleon 

brandy, two bunches of garlic, ?r. electric 

>thfc>rush, a slice of pate de foie gras, a 

ur of ovefalls, a half-ounc* of perfunne, a 

?,4u f "^/^ntain goat, Be«l*w)ven's Fifth 

ton of coal, six chocolate 

)f rdlwtkaM «f^ • trnan 

' ta a ^ttfich N3u*ev^i^'i 



The French, In c^er words, have taken 
to the supermarket Idea wltf» limitless en- 
thusiasm. So, to varying extents, fiave the 
pM^dlei. of oth«- w^anced oountrie*. Thii 
marks a far cry frc^^the age when the 
housewife had to visit a long series of 
small. Intensely specialized shops, in order 
to ^nnple^ hm list. By American standards, 
nrwss-dl^lbutlon ha» been a late<omer to 
B>rope, iHjt It is there, thanks to our ex- 



ln«^, Mr. Rk» writes that ^ French, 
If we're not careful, will "super us Anwl- 
wns In 1964". It's possible perhaps-we 
have no mo^^y on enwgy and Inrwva- 
tlwi afKl «nW*sn. fcjt It Is c^alnly n^ 
Ukely. Anwican retailing, in ell Its brand^- 
•s, it unex<»led In efficiency, economy and 
'goKJ service. The odds we long that this 




PROCLAMATION 






Tlw portt-Ati being hung by Virginia Beach Art AsMCUtt^ PretMeH Mb. W. <^^ Hn- 
ingUM ate amc 17 puMi^ in the afiociattoa's tliiid flWbi^te mwnbers at^tte q«nber of 
S^««^S. I^^^M of Jota Wvan. Jr. (left) li ^ ^ B. ^JWoo. 8c«ic Tytert U 
a SpaoiA Mwrtor to laea U ri^t 9¥^» ^ote) 



TWals riie Way 



i.«. r, »: , rtwHirtq it. You go to your marlot m^ 

ou want-steaks, chops, ham- 

hatevor. This is taken for granted. 

ck of it is an intricate Industry, d<^y 

*^ -'^er Industries, which m^lM 

^ai% w© want, wh^ we 



wnen yew want meat, tfiere's no prob- m^far^E^ienrt»,<^^ w^pof'*' 

' ' A^Mi^M&^^yr)n^lenq>Mul,toan 

Indu^ry which caw go rwwhere but down. 
^t^ this yeai^s meeting th$ »^^en- 
t^ym ^ #ie meat Industry and #ie ritfall- 
eri wi dlicuss just atKwt every phaM of 
#^ busing, "^ey will omwder ttiewl^lng 
■art of this fai^iw^ f^» wd #ie future prc«peds. And they 

will (mm up with f Indingt and rerommen- 
dations designed to make a fine national 
'asset a still finer one, to the advantage of 
all concerned, all the way from the ranch 
) the table of the oaisuftter. 

s the way things are done in a free 
cMicijjiise economy. And #tis tt tM way 
that the typical Arrwican family | «ts more 
a nd more of the g<^ th ings erf ll». 



ng, ever-mov»ng 

^Kj... <4<c-. <'<iational Associa- 

ins and the American AAeflt 

'ting. It wa- 

'•s theme v. ■> 

fits ~ Better 

these objec- 

gether. Good 

pre^ra: 



AC 



•fISION 





eld 

>, DUS- 

Iciders 



r> topics for Monday 
counlir\g. persejD- 
nci, ana caMc audit MtM^KM- 
Speakers will ioctude^^lrK. 
Randall, vice nd 

oomptroUer, The .iiunal 

Bank of Bost(»t. vlcCoy j 



T9DAY 
Oo City's iseds 
In liiiiltt lliaith 



Nat. Pofsoi 
Preventlin 
Wiik Sit 



VlilfllNU BEACH — The 
iental Health Slwdy Com- 
mm aaak i»fqRWtiaa on 

, needs In tmtlii health 

care at an all -day worlobo^ and 




ipbeU, second vice presi 
ucai, riret National Bank of At- 
lanta. Ga.; lotseph C White, vice 
pre«idcNat, The National Bank of 
Cornmcate, New Oricsaos, Xji.; 
Hmorv C. Mower, vice president, 
^^ational Bank of Boston, 
Mass.; and Ra^on MgnMm, as- 
sistant vice pcesideM:, U«&i Car- 
olina National Bank. Cliariotic. 
Tuesday morning wockaliop* 
will cover oparaiioas and anto- 
mation in snmll and medium size 
banks, iitturanoe, and auditing 
automation. Panelists wilt include 
George £. Garssey, manager, 
methods and mooodam. The Na- 
tional City Bank oC Oeveland, 
Ohio; Alan J. Ziater, manager, 
Automated Accounting Center 
of CcNUiecticut, a division of the 
Watnbttiy National Bank; Duai^ 
Milk, executive vice president, 
Bankers Data Center, Inc., Chi- 
cago, lU.; George Jungkurth, as- 
i \f9Sch stsiant general auditor. First 
Pennsylvania Banking & Trust 
Co', Philadelphia, 
and iTie afternoon workshojps wili 
''^ see furt^ttglHHnon of aaditiag, 
branch cfjfmHk and inergers. 
! Among program participanf* nmII 



:crdl chairman 

k. senior vice 

'ifitifiia N^ion- 

v>unced 

piaas for 

' bankers 

:e east- 

iw«ping 

•ettK', 
BcitL-i 
f-typc 



ooe^iiif <iay», 

lirst afternoon 

lantioa is to be 

iioidco Triai^ ho- 



vMt\. 



•t 10 
Ship- 



iresses are 

niAgies&icm 

order by 



puibaic hearing 
am. Tuesday ft tibia 
ard Civic OemtMr. 

The ses8i<m wiU be the first in 
a Geri«a to be coHdHeiad through- 
out the state aimed^ cnating a 
statewide system of mental health 
faciUties. 

"We urge the public to attaoi 
and speak its jnind«" said Mrl. 
Frances Gilbert, a atembar of (he 
oomn>lasi<Ma*s axacuttve commit^ 
tee. 



■rp'irntjition 






ad- i comptrn" 
the 1 Bank 



ipating. 

ows 



tH " tpUM Morgan, auditor, 

V Bank and Trust Co., 

ar.; Walter 

iiresident, 

Ifcrk Trust 

William 

. president and 

iami Natkmai 

Wright 

n«a Na- 

.„. iUc, Va. 

4 !»peciai panel scksioo devoted 
current ha|^» afiectiu 

pianoed for the concluding busi- 
ness scsiiioD on Wednesday. Rep- 
"■•^ntatives ^ various govem* 
-nt departments and agencies 
: expebed to participate. 



Appointed by Gov. Albartia $. 
Harrison, Jr.. the coaomiasfcnk 
}ob is to draw up a atatewide pha 
for conununity nMatal health care 
under a federaht^ragxaai apoo- 
sored by tbevlhte Praiideiil 
Kennedy. 

Virginia will be eligible f<»- 
federal fUnds under the program, 
Mrs. Gilbert said, but It must pre- 
sent its plan <to use the money by 
July 1965. 

Mis. Gilbert said key people 
in the mental health field in Vi^ 
ginia will submit one<{Mge reports 
on wbat thay feel the city's needs 
are, and that the workshop wUI 
proceed from there. 

Taking part m the session will 
be Or. Jvnni W. Davis, state 
Oommisiteiier of Mental Hy|Kne 
and HoapMis: Dr. James B. fiink- 
houser, affiibint to Davis and 
director of community mm^ 
lieaWi cUates; Edward V^l. in- 
lorsMiioa ^tractor of the Bi^rt- 
ment«f Maatal fiygiei^ mAw» 
pitaJ£. and Capt. Claude WmMa 
Jr., cooidianKn' of the AiMVMte 
planning effor 



MC3BM»» — 1^ peak ef 
mum 1641 Tm bean d^ipeted 

aa HMmii P^m 
Weak. "fUs to net Jut 
^^am^M mA, iut a Mmmv 
«fft»t (0 #Bw i^atien to a ae^ 
«M «mM ptmrn," wM Dr. 
IMc I. ^nhc^ mate Wth 
C^unmMoMl'. 

"Y&t illkr yMT mtut 900,000 
chiMwp vm awirtwntally p^smad 
in the IM, M # Mt iMiw 
appronJiui^ lOO 4^. TIrm, we 
Mn we tyi p^am ^*mMm to 

**MmA Mi^e knew witonni 
HmuM be k^ vim ^wt 
€MUam, b^ ^ «« net alwi^ 
MMtfe tf ttft tevgu* <rf mm 
hiwaili^ ^iiteeto. ^^we tfa 
nn^#Mt ItfMnivnl^ nMefa 
aw keteite, Mi ^MA m* mmA- 

I «» ^ eeaauttiar led«y. IM 
wm tim bMt no«i^ dookor can 
heap up wtt tt»!^»toraMlng 
nuaoft»er of polnMi^ jp^tamws 

Tifniiiiffytifl wndteMy dD ^A MB- 

aMV f Mffa " 

iK.muiKm aaU ^t tiie 
ftc^im to III minHiiad biiiI aa 
sertous Um4 *^^ tkata^ Oon- 
ian tte ^^m m hMS a d^ in 
tMf ^m ^^mu0mA V^^ to 
wppfy ai^ fAiyti^a inwaedtotirty 
•^1 polMn cooftrd intoittfiA^ 
when i^^L 

«j^ i mmmmmnm ^mr 

jM^ tiM wrong rMiciiM ^ 
e^aa^ peer 1^ ct eiw fei^ 
mm to Mhm to «M tta MaA. 
ma <»we a tn^^- 

*^ ^Mot inittM^ <ncH^ 
twteinws w^ aaaw ^ Mia ert- 
1^1 coataito rNttatebig en 
^UMM pnisOTttHt ^ matt iff i i i iit 
|f a ps^dMWt M^ as dnte t^m- 
yt <ff iMaeMdda on k»n a 
itoM. Md^ne ao tonger Medtod 
i^iM tta DtaiM fw which tt wm 
fwiBibrt to ^w itodd be en^ 
Mi^^m Ml <mm wd to con- 



FUMERAIS 



IKIIIS. MMIY i. BISHIM> 

HAi^MUte ^ Mn. Mmr fty- 

nMjMep, Ji. dtod ^^V 
q^CTP!^n ^MMhami^A Mwn«r - 
MMx^yattMrato^ilteas. 

A Mttva ^ SM^n^lm two- 
^, ilM ina a d^w ^ ?te- 
MmM O. and Mis. wa Wooctenl 
^ftO. va fm ^ 9mm^ S. 

«ie «i» a mfflb« <rf Itt. 

Be^M hv huitend. she to 
wrvived ^ two ^w^Men, ]t». 
t^e B. tepMMtt «f (^nw. 
N.C, and Iftfs. Mi^ed B. Crump- 
ter of \^^b^ Bw^; a^ five 
^udi^iUren. 

A tai@id aw^ 1^ ka bM 
to^«tnaAteW.J.II.ntri- 
ia^ * teas l^amd Moia by 

«a aiv. c*. w, ettm tf )«• 



NAi^AL mummt w 

MAI^ IS-Il. IfM 

WHOSM. ^ 

are ^«ri^ ^9* ,1^ ,— ^ r^ J *,^ . 

taaMhra m^m, air, and wiWife— to ««»« iw ^ 
Bute to m amn^, ^rtol^ ^ m^^m of ftttre c 
^ Vi^to MM, sA 

WHUtEAS, o^ow wtiMiy to a whote^ww Md tealthft< 
t^ of Iciiure time, aikl 

WHERE/W, ou^tw itttivity to m iB^rtant part <rf J^ 
American way of life, aadf 

WHEREAS. ^» to a growi^ m4m^ neecb to c»pa^ 
and ^vti^ cMt^w re(»ntiM amv, uA, 

WI^WaAS,*eiw*rf>^chl5-21, 19^, i*l be ot^rv^ 
acMM tewtfon m NAIiWMU WUM^ ««i», a ^e dmtm 
whtoh all citizem sh(»U Mmm theraseNei aa to ^ need f^ 
«^or recieation for he^%, ittong. mi ^fW Amerk^. | 

myw, -nmrn^Kim, i wawc a. wjsch. May« 4 

ttechyrtViMintoBe«A.A>hw^FOdMmMw*15-21, 19e 
m NA-nONia WILM^IFE WEEK. 

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^t<MNIA MA<» — Top 
vwanto In the ttM immuI Culin- 
ary A^ ^iw to WMMter Vir- 
ginto ««M to f^ank l^reUo, ott- 
ering imM^ tl 4he Gtitin tn- 
angle in Norf^ and ^ Contin- 
ental Army CwftWHind. 

The ahow wm held t)n^ 
ihm^ Wm^ at the Alan B. 
Shepud Ci^ (Alitor ^A irtiMt 
100 stUUtms. d^itoytos ewny 
con^\^kM ^pe^ #(j^ hi ettx^ 
Jhil abun^Me. 

In^toa^rtte fMt torn 3wn 
awl the OHttttMhri An^ Qu^ 
mmi to(A the wie ^ «iMi^ 
taHW ia 1083. 

The liiUtary Prize of Bsmx 
went to the Little Creek AaqMrt- 
ious Base and the Ukkfle MlwAto 
VooA Servtoe Team reoHVMl% 
militsaiy-eieeUence hcuw. 



MM. ^HNMA Id, 

Hamom — Iftt. ^^<^a 
Maria Bmvw, 0, i|^ 3M4 Tm- 
c^ Af», irtfe of iu^ t. te^ 
tm voA dawtfitw itf M^ B. 
md Iba. Itory Sua AMW ifariB. 
dtod to a iM^al taidqr at 

A native of Wayn^EMUo, 4» 

Uvad m Narfgl^ to i« y«^ 

Sha WH a maaaUar of ^ Omii#i 

^ ^1 SrattoHi ud wsi alp' 

as a a^^ but Mfw wtti 

Vwa^ K^mm Bi^^nsi. 

8add» ^ tatfb^ ite Is 

Ott^ M^ jf%fA fM 
Mrs. Bmula W^ of V^u^tfa 
^«A; tlkes^^^^lMai Abs^I^nitoa 

citenbm md Mis. Ittrie Sitt 
<rf ttntoeutew a te«Mer. 'Ml' 
ni»4iarts of OlBMW; ami fo«r 
^laddiildren. 

fkalwfy iMMa a^^wi t^ 
jtoam^^painl lliaeial Home ^ 
UtAngr Ihinend Hoom in U^ 
riiulwaf tor a ftutend mt^n^ 
wd toM. 

MM. ME KI^IIIT BNbOKf 

Hwbtrt fto^», infe «f Gc^tp 

m flMMft MM iMMv' li Air 

leiitnpe. M «M A, yirjinii 

Be«A. 

and a^Mgte^ toe toto l^toun 
W. «m1 Mti. &Rn §(^ H«b^ 
^e Ml been a resideiA of Vir- 
H^ %m^ for IS yean and wal 
a iMBte fitf Gattaa CptocopH 
Ctaawh. 



Iki. fiTMAa wMa mmAm trf 

O^us ^irvi^ng are thr« 
^^^^ i^ Sife H. Brodn 
Md 1^ AMa li^oiAe. b^h (t 
^^^ Bai^ and Mn£ WUUtt 
A Mte^ ^v^nd. (Mo; ol 
stttt, ThMMS V. ftwke. New 
andf^#iMr, M^ 
D, Hnrbnt «tf Alesa* 
^a a^ ^^M^ 

Ite to^ wiU be Mm f i^ai 
toe Wu^m FoMral iiraw to, 

fuirail anw^ml^ are i» 






Ban^ Ctaunm tttftoi^ Md sw tf 
Chiu^M' C. and Mrs. Im^ 
Jam inland MOod, Aed in a 
tojiiilisl ii^^ it %m a J. 

A H^e <rf MuHanoid ^uaty 
te U^ in f«lorfo}k and I^rtneMs 
hsm (kmtf m fmn. UewMa 
mmtm ^ QxemuMA Mri|^ 
IMlwdi^ Churdi, Moi's Mde 
Oms. and CarnMam 
%jQ^ aM. He xatt^ to 
from Nwfott & W^ton ftulwi^ 
al^34y^£i. 

B^les hto wito, he to airvivMl 
1^ tiw>M«, Gew^ C.Holland Jr. 
of Vi^nto BtuOi awl lieim %. 
HoUanri of Wadunj^m; a ^^&, 
M», J. O. Smitt of NortoBc; two 
h^hers, Owton W. itolland of 
W aihiBtfon and ta^s C. Jloi- 
tond ^ Noitolk; two ^p €an^ 
ton, Mr^ Joytt B. (torrril of Nor- 
folk and Mn. Be^ C KWn of 
ftow York; a j^iiM Aake* C. 
^mh «f ^ Mr Pomi w €«-- 
nttny; five ^aqMiMM and tow 

A jbaad sv^s iM» Md m 
g^eW on Browh Vteena I^vm 
Winter lA jl ito- by Qp fltov. 
^Uite KMi at <%0iMWd 
^^^ ^^^ Chu^,^tfial 
w'A V^mt^ iMm ^m» to Geter 
HU X)m^m, (NOo^. 

JAMES li. UlfiiCtl. Jl^ 

NOBiFXHiC — James H. f^imp- 
kjB, Jtr., 51, bosband of Vks, 
ChMitine tttfldUA Mod am <tf 
Jiames H. ana Mrs. Mary &Mlh 
txin^dn, ^ad ^a^ at 7^ 
pA. to a ta^M. 

A u^ve of C^MerfiiM Coun> 
ty IM iMd re^i^ mate hto 
honw in HmiAim, Tuwk 

He 1^ an airtiWMtive m(8^ 
Mtor uMi the Bao Ofl Co. lot 
^ paA 31 yms. 

^ ^^das hto iriit, te to survhred 
^ tvro sons, Aa^ H. lAin^tt 
of Win^Mi i^tai. If .C. «d Wll- 
Uam G. Uim^^ ^ itouitoib 
Tex.; a sMh', lbs. SdNnrd Hms4 
<rf Virgin fieMA; and one wnir 
Ifo. O. L. 39HK^tod ctf Not^. 

Hm bo^ ws Mton to toe H. D. 
fM^nf Funand .^utoMi^., 

A funend ^rvm vM be hM 
^hv lA 2 pin. to Ari^|ap>%-i 
tkmal <^mA^. ^ 

Tte toa^ r«piaMs thsA jQov- 
en by oai^d maA curtrMftMU 
be nu^ to tte An^r^iftaAa> 
Sod^. 

MRS. FANNIE I. t&im 
CSBSA^UME — Wts. f^ottto 

Diim wMow of William B. Jonn 
aiM mmfi^u of Dr. ^duma W. 
^hn and' Mrs. ^o^ Wy^ 
C^n, died to a te^id ^Mh^. 



Soc^ (med^ wi^ <rf toe 
VTA,) and tl» Vfe^oto Ck^V- 
«nc% of TitomsdoA W^lMi. 
MHRdi 24 a»i 2S at HoM Bo- 
a«#a.atoawite,Vkgtoto. 

fiostos adiKator, Dr. Oene Da- 
vid FtoiAips, CkgRitfi of the De- 
partsMnt fiT mnoMlMtol Founda- 
tions of Boston Unlv^sity's 
School ol Educatton, arffl dtocuss 
"New idaas for a Heir Afe" on 
March 24. His talk will concern 
toe new coneMton i< ai^tie andt 
sciMtilic 4MiMtt- dHtaded by 
techna^ to 4be jNM^ •P- 
StwMto <rf i^rgMi ettages are 
bei^ toviei to itm Dr. FhWp^ 
pr^ato^kn. 

'^^zopwi i^Vei^*' tke gM- 
eial Mmm m naUNW, wit 
preseai msk irwriiiwt prwn- 
ages as Dr. ^np||to M<Aqf of 
toe Un^^i^ aJr«M#%tool 
of IfcdWne and Pr^^t^ect of 
the Ameriam Thoracic So^ty, 
who will ^g^ w "IB md W". 
Dr. ftocb^ ^m d^Mie n^ 
ur^ teA must be ti^Hmtff Mtaff- 
eutoito idBo^ticka rtt^taf deep- 
^ kM «he MA of «HW# r». 
plnrtuyttitoaa. 

1^. At^ P. Itonn. Gewge 
WoUngton Vm/mUy BAoA of 
aieAdne, Wi^in#n, P.C, wUl 
ddve mto^ mm mi men 
pravatoM 
Botphy^ma, diM 
aU r^intory dto«M» of ttta- 
ability. Vtettou of 
are •mmd oiriy to toiMit 
pettnito to te mdbm of aanttto 

The fiaeoAive Dir^OT of On 
Mw Ytfk IhiMpntali andflHN 



l^ialiMy Dto^ Aa s ari i rtnn . 8^ 

te po^ttd ^md ol Ah- nto 

mttta^ i^to&ant pftgraia % 
^fc&tton tintocd to 
yeato. 

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wdl ba«to # W ato, Mnrch 

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Iw^ to ChMpieite j^tt yMn. 
^ was a Murtm of CtekMte 
IMiodM ChunA. 

Sw to survived by her step- 
i^tter, Mrs. Lillian Deal of San 
M^, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. 
Men E. Cantley of Norfolk and 
Mra. Margie Bonney of Virginia 
B^i; a son. WQiaBi B. Jones Jr. 
id Ghesapeajce; a sisier. Mrs. Sar- 
lA Hart of WiStoauSHirg a half 
tanker. Edward £eha «f Tempe, 
Afu.; six granddhSdrra and two 
p«^ grandlAilltoB. 

i 1^ Ijody was tateen from Hol- 
l^Mm-Brown Funeral Home to 
tMMtte Methodtot <%iBch tor a 
ftmeral service Monday at 
^ toe itev. John T^. «,t.....> 
iMH to Foraat Lawn Cameteiy. 



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m iMt J^ ^ Artwa M« «f 
Baa tstM, ^^anliig tt the 
SMittwn p-opV^y Un» of the 
iftomi BwMto^ fivMl: tuving a 
4eptt of 9M ^ atog MUd line, 
ft 1^ ^ 3M te« ^ng the Eait- 
«B ^^po^ MM M a vl^ of 
SM tort atong tte &M^wrn prop^ 
mty Uw. Cy mJiiiy a Borough. 
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mm, U^ M«^ *Mtf> VlrgMa 
Bum virgin*, *to ftf^l. ft., 
MApmi Unknown ^^ Br^l. 
j^MMi UidmM^ William 
WW^^d, A6dmm Unknown, 
WiUam H. Bri^, Addfee Un- 
kmm iM« tt^^ WUMMid. 
a/V* LA2ia BrUM CaraVf Ad- 
„Mi<UdcnowB, ai^Leroy M^ 
AAtaMt V^BOwm, or tf MMT of 
tte abo«»«niod dfdnidinli te 
not ^rteg. Ibea Ih^ Mis or 
dM^BH, tether rrt^ wy wd 
aU othor penons, farawn or un- 
kaowB, wte OMiy te^ ai li^r^ 
^A, mh or dite ii M* to te 
^pti^ 36n^*«»ta pulttloiHi 
to <kte p^oct^iing, are tte own©» 
(^ ^^ an Interet tiiereia. 
DfltodwU. 

OKMR or PUBp^nON 
The oi>}e«t of ttiiii»*rt to to ef- 
kei partlon an^^ tte ownen 
^ Md* « otherwiae of ttie fol- 
towing ^noibed n^tm^, attu»t» 
In ttt City of Virgaria Bea^, Vir- 

AU tIM oai^in te«i 9li» or 
parcel tf kni, ^iag is the 
City ^ Virginia Im^ <for- 
inrt^ ttn Cou«y of ft*oess 
Anprt, Virginia, »4 lieing 
tba &a» proper^ SMiwyed 
to J^^ Irigbt h$ 4eti of 
-V^nasi Barttett, ^iM Mireli 
10, WN^ and Mr« <hx the 
amttii ttda of L^ Meek 
mad, m te Lynnhmwa Bor- 
m^ of tte Cl^ ^ Vi^nia 

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ft.. RiV0t A(^^, mHMtt Wtoe*- 
head, WUlom H. Bri^ ^1 Lhi> 
zie Br^ WhUrtaad, tfto known 
M lisie 6r^^ (^r^, and Le» 
roy BrigM^ ai« decmaad and ttii 
MiB, deviaa^ « Mri(^ of tt» 
above laitlea eaiMl acoin^ 
be <ktermiiMd and thM due dil^ 
genoc haa btm Mei 1^ airt on 
behalf of Ihe iKWulHimif la M- 
cwtain the mom and/V •Mk«» 
aes <rf the hein mA deflnai of 
te above putlaa, but iMmU 
effect; 

It is ORDEI^D tl^ tlie Aam 
meiAioiwd paiti^ h^ra <x oti^ 
penon, or penoaa, <» toafr toehra, 
iMr deviae^ or u^e» ^w hoaay 
tave an inftersiA in tUs ^Ms*, 
are her^ req^rMl !• tppnr 
wMitn ten daya iMer Am f«Ml- 
oition hereof Md do wtal auty be 
necitry to pnkKi IM^ i^ 
ipe^^ i^ereats; aa^ H to fw- 
Iber OM^RED tint tiw aJMva 
p^tn ^ (bto ordtt M jiddtohed 

«^ vM^r fo^ ^^ ^^^^^^ 'A 
tlM "l^iiinto Beach SiM-Newa, a 
Henqgi^^ having pnenl dreu- 
krtlm £b 0ie CUy of Virglnto 
a^di, Vlrpnto. 

^IK JOHN V. flENl^tllSS 
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P.O. Bos imm 

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n^ boeta, btdrooa tesHora, 
paliiil; ra^ KtUrtatei, 
ipita^ porck iBsllHie, metal 
caUneto, ta^ • a • bMi, a^l^ 
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inme it-^pa tova H nd at fia- 
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Reuphniaiir aeA MfinWi jwr 
fumMl novrt ^^ ^^77 §r 
ftiae eitiinale— no ^lipAton— 
latoat n^ectoto to cbo^e ftom. 
r^M ftelRip n^ dettvvy. 
^^19 UpiKMCTing Co. 

1000 Va. Bea<ft Blvd. 

Vk0^ B^d) ni. 4@9«377 

'ire Buy and S^ Fta^ure" 

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prav^ fin uNning iQMtom 
lor pawtoai d^. YA^CUAU». 




Two beavon mfi^0, ttn^M 
or unfur^bed. ^ pa- mm^ 
yearly. VtoBi T^|te«» 

115 



&naQ fumi^ied coifitage fof rent, 
fro, monthly until June Ut. 
DeWiU Cottage, im St. »d 
AMantic Ave. Phone GA9-9S42 . 

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gnidiaftes. U y<m amA iisn- 
tariai ae^ce ooc^iM|r/W«ii 
a tia^tMlic^ Mvitrilt ^m 
of your waik Mm oi^MiMrt- 
<M JeanMl^» >6AN895, 
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pcMHiMy to «^ plm paa nt l»i^ 
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miner affoil. 

IMtaHMi eafMal <rf 99,000 m- 
quMI «• fviteice of 
m^ mA good Idlb. 10% 
l^mWtMAt fiba ttum of 
tk»^ ^tifila. living quartei* te^ 

Vkm s^mlt comple te reaume, 
giving tatflMNt «i ital||9w 

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^Mntotad. M frin iul 

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ibhA irttt dinu^ room *aA 
aawMA pordi ^.0^ in^- 
i^iMito. Ben tmX S^a,. 



WardKMue, cabinet shop apace 
or atorage. Any size. 17tb S'. 
Reasonable. Doug Sessoma, B«al 
l^ate. GA99533. 

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HAVE GUfTitfT; 1WA t^ MVEL 
to anytUng tiik mifMk ^kttina 
« *IkM 9U0m mMe$ «Mm, 
church m^ — W* ••i^ 
fcom a a\M^' tmmm to 
^me restiakied ol4 ^0^ 
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NORFOLK PORTSBIOUTH — 
Alfvvd A Brown, « KKjpmt vet> 
«r«n ftccount executivt wkh 
WTAR-TV. has 4)een awirdod • 
Sammy by the Saki aw) Maritet- 
ini Kxccutivea of INorfoUc and 
Porttmouth, Virginia. 

The award ia ^v«n to otitstand- 

ini; ffiil^smen in the Tidewater 

art- in recognttton of 

-cmtrlbtttion to 

the pajt five 

jjcown's saMM 'Mhime 

iH«d aubitanaany over 

H war's record. 

«'nvllle. New 

a bro«dcaat 

i'ork City and 

... prior to coming 

<> li^w jttt i. Virginia. 

A". te>wn and hli wife, 

1 de at :ra2S Lynnhaven 

~ -:a Beach, Virginia. 

>bers of Bayltke 

turch. Brown 

JS wg!iinifiiHi«;i yi Fkltilhl 67, 

rovst Guard Auxiliary, and is •^ 

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»tota»e Wood fhya tiM 
'ptoper atoamv tM laUa in 
live 11^ Wmn tb^^mm in 

«.** tte new MwM^toa 
4^mk tor ftmnmnt tm 
open IM^Mftay at the 

MTAUE 
STAR OF 
MOVIE ttERE 

't0¥e WMi Hie inoper Strain 
er," the new fibn from the crat* 
tors of "To KiU a Moclcingbird," 
Aian Ptkula and Hobait aiaUipa. 
opam Wednesday at the PtteoeiB 
Theatre. Starring Natalie Wood 
tad Stm MeQuam, "\an With 
The Proper Stiinfar/' from Par% 
mount, is a conaedy drama set In 
ISm huatle and tnutia of today's 
New York City. 

The fUm polgmntly and •mus- 
ingly ttto Che atory of Angle, a 
Iteey'a laleagM urtio craves free- 
dom from we ties of her old- 
iaihiotied family and Itoeky. a 
flee lanoe mutician wtth t roving 
ty« and i conviotion th«t m*r 
rlage i« a prison. 

Natalie Wood Mrs at Angle 
and Steve McQueen at the plaa» 
ure seeking muatdan, Biocky. 
£die Adana OMttrs as Barbie, a 
nlgbt dub stripper and paiUine 
girl friend of Rocky. Heading the 
featured cast are Henehal B•^ 
nardi as Angie's evariy proladhe 
brother, Dominick; Tom Bosley, 
the New Y«ii ala|a aoter mk- 
ing Ms fUm dabot aa Ootambo, 
Angie's devoted suitor; and H^^ 
vey Umbeck as Angie'a brother, 
Julio. 

To attain the atmosphere of 
ntUsm and to capture die fMl^ 
ing of two everyday people faebig 
life in a teeming city. aU the ex- 
terior iem in "Love With Tbe 
Proper Stranger** wen tiAeen on 
location in New York City by 
two^me Academy Award wlfr 
ning cinematographer Milt 
I Krasner. 



A jMw MHwur 
ma s^ to the Ra 

^«iMrtiAlon on th« iN8(l 
w«k wA laason, tt 
nooheed to^ by Mon 
Vice PresWemt, Program, 
T^vi^m NeliMrk. 

Oig You^ Oavkt Nlv«n and 
Onrtes B<^r will co-star in the 
seite, i^ch wffi be teieeast 
^1 firom 10 to U p.m. !>:>•, 
Parting Seplsi^m- 13. Oladyi 
C^<^r and MNnt Coote wUl be 
featured r^ilnt . 

four tttt MevlsioA will pro- 
duce "The te^" in auoeiation 
1^ Nl^. m)mas Mc{>ennott 
wU be ixeculffe prodiMir and 
OillM' Yqi^ produfltr. iMiMArt 
tfpBd to IMe include Hy Aver- 
back. 

Ivan Gof f a^ Ban fioberu will 
be ttie head alters, with Marlon 
Hbqprow, RAvt Buckner, Leon- 
ard Kurtor, imutHekl Cook and 
W^ C^wrril already signed as 
Mfattioittl wMw. 

"Ae prii^M <:haraetars of 
^Tim fi^aii' an men^bera of 
lno i^tod lunflMI of 1>M- 
n^Mmd taHamatioiial forgers 
and cflUmMH^w niniinfi and 
tte ». Oairs-^ho tak« pHM hi 
their "profasskm." eschew vto- 
lence and prey on those wlio have 
"too much for thair own good." 
tMr «xlstenoe gtvea employ- 
moik to Interpol, SMtlalid Yard, 
the Sums Ganank, the VBI aad 
attar law^aforoainatt agandas 
(he laoiid over. 

Heading the Amttteaa. Sn^ 
and rrench eoatiiMiiaiof MM dan 
are, respeeU^lM. Ibiv n«nia| 
(Gig Young), AMc nettitng (Divii 
Nlvaii) and iHfiovk Si CNr 
fChailes Boyer). MariliM St 
CUr (Gladys Cooper), whose prin- 
cipal AiAcUon is aoihig as hottsa- 
mothar for the dan, is auni to 
tetfa Alec and Tooy and mcMier 
of Timmy 0^bbait Coota), a aa» 
tar of dtagalN and ImpaitoMtteii. 
Young in heait, Uving by their 
wlU in a workl of wealth, the 
rogues are interested bi the game, 
not the gate. More often tiiaa not, 
«hay doMta the apoUa of tiwtr 
advanturas to others deswving of 
them. 

. Badi waak at least one of the 
tfaraa maater roguaa will ba seen 
in hot pursuit of diBfir and ad- 
venture. Gig Young win star hi 
15 of the 30 adieduM profmnat 
ChailM Bogwr hi 10 andUavU, 
^fimn in five. Each wUl work in 
program itaniag the ottwra. BfiM 
Coopar and Ooeta wiB be vMoal 
evary-week performers. 

Gig Young, a two^Lmc Acad- 
emy Avrsrd nottinla, baa ap- 
Ipauad in dramatle and eomady 
rdea in more than two doaen nK>« 



TV Feature 

•Ktures. AlthcM^ te 

.4 In several noteto telrt- 

;ials, he tas Mt pwtWM* 

a <w»tiMA3i *te TV 

David Mwn, an AoAa^ 

.ward wtofiw, ta» m^^^ to 

-9te than W oMtto pi^Hw and 

>te f r^ r^ of H^ywwd't 

uax»ffi:a Mm^M. ^# in Wi 

oafMr he^^^^ ttOe rM in 

"Raffles." in wWdi l» ^itoowl 

soplii«t^^ ihttf wy Audi 
.ka Alec fleminf to "Th« 
Rogues." 

Charles ^jwr, aa ta^m^^ 
sUr of loiv $m^K^ ^ ap- 
peared in rwMM seMite fai ftwtd' 
way play^ to H^rwoed film 
and, very infle^i^tty, m ^ 
vision. He to a f<Hind« of Fwr 
SUr Tsle^^ atoag with Mvid 
Niven. 

Miaa C<^w, a vn^mn <rf more 
than SO yMn m ^ C^^on and 
Broadway M^M taw beoi a top 
ditraotar a^en ta fifam for 
nearty a (|ittrtWH»Btairy. She alio 
has app«i^ in « wriety of TV 
roles. 

Robert Co(M WW ^Aured to 
tbi ohgtari AraMhnur wd t^a- 
d^ tibsts « «^ Mr C^y^ a^ 
is also wAkMwa to movi^aua. 
FViUowtog Ms tam^MttoM* we- 
eesa la '^ Mr Lady." he re- 
turned to the ftf^dway itege to 
pl«y King MUMn in "Om^it.*' 



Crosby Stars 
In NaC Film 



mmL Cm^ ^m to the 4b«- 
nMw'i^ of a tari;i^MMn i^ 
^m^^m iffl tte mm^m to resMn 
cu^^ of hit ^ tnm fete di- 
vm^ wite to 'ttn m nre" on 
NBC-TVi "Si^^y Ni^ at the 
Mm^', ^rdiy. Mutt 21 
(9 p.n, BIT to <^^arion). Inger 
ttevens. Way fM^ and E. G. 
MmteU co^u- to ttls M-G-M 
iM7 rMae. 

In tile ^ry, Aul Carleton 
(Cr^^) has IhmI cu^dy of his 
ll'^tf^ MB IM (MaUxto 
Brode^) ^nce divo^ng Gwwi 
Oto l^wtt) two ywi ago. Now 
iWBKiMi to a l^rte Ospartmebt 
offi^ Bryan SeiraM (Richard 
BMttwm), Gwea mM her son 
MiM. Tteu^ &rrt tower, Sam 
M^tock d^dMU), and legal 
aide, Nina WylM (Mia Stevens), 
(to all ^^ ou. A^p Randolph 
(Anm %K$mm^ aM^ the boy 
to hit nc^er. Tten l^rl tries on« 
lut ^^nrte mumver to thi^ 
Uie Mun ntUng. 

'H^^ on Fira" w«i pr^u^d 
by %sk C. Siegd ami direct ^ 
temM Ihd^M^l, 1^ Ao 
mote Vm tam^^ bM^M^a 
^my by Ma^m Wald mA HA 
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lidia Adanii plays a man- 
craiy and/or dogcraiy atrip 
tease arUst in 'Tove WMh The 
iProper Stranger," the Mula- 
Mulligan drama tor FaiMiouat 
starring Natalie Wood and 
Steve McQueen. Thia romantic 
oomady-drama opens Wednes- 
day at the Beach TTieabre. 



The National Broadcasting 
Company has a»aoiiBC«d the eom> 
platkHiof a ascgnd nwm«iilttMh 
dollar agremient with Metro- 
(Joldwyn-Mayar for the talavi^on 
premieres of a new ptctega of 
selected feature fUm attractions 
for praaantatton on NBC-TV du^ 
izkgtbalSMSOaaaaoo. 

Over two^rds of the films 
are laSS to 1900 releaaea and 
more than half are in color. 
rie list of prestige fllma, which 
ides aumarbus wkMy a^ 
...jned altractloiui and virtually 
every major Hollywood star of the 
past daeadBi wffl be broMieaat on 
l^tVI "Silarday Nltfit at the 
Movies" <9-n p.m. NYT) and 
•'Wbdaasday Niglit at the Movtos" 
(•>n p.m. NYT). beglmdiig to 
the fUl. 

The annouacamam waa laade 
by WaMar D. Scott. Biarativ* 
Vice Pre^dant to charge of the 
NBC Televiaio& Httmtk. 

NBCs first agnamaiit with 
M^M was announced Feb. 28, 
1963, and Ibi tatovHiOB premieres 
of the fikns btfaa to the cu^ 
rant NBC-TV acbedule on "Mon- 
day Night at tha Movlaa" and 
"Saturday Night at the Movies." 

The aelaettoa of NBCTV pre» 



anlatiotts wlU be made fkom 
among aueh outstandlBg motio!! 
ptotureaas: 

"Adam'a !Ub"-Spaaear Tracy 
Kwanna napiNim. 

'*Bad Day it Blaek ftoek"— 
Spanear "nmey, iCeaaaB Wynn. 

"Battlacround"~Van Jlohiwm, 

Mmk slOQiaK. 

*lb» Srotbars Karamaaov"— 
Yul Bq^Bnar, Ateia ScMi. 

't>asignlng Woman"— Gr^ry 
Pack, Lauren teeatt. 

"beipa from ftet Brava"— 
William HoMan, Btambr Filter. 

"Green ManaloBif'— Audrey 
Hepburn, Lee J. Cobb. 

"Jnita"-l>ori« Day, Bany Sul^ 
llvan. 

•1>s Giris"--Gene Kel^. Ittd 
Qajmor. 

Tlie . Aany lBna"-«*«t 
IfildMUtt. Staidey Baker. 

"Sbma OftM ]lttaalttg"-V^ 
Stoitta, Sbbi^ MaCUtoe- 

••Rfaapaodbf-CUiabath Vn^. 
John Ericsonu 

"Teaheuaa of the Aagi^ 
Moon'*~>Marlon Brando, Glei 
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A» ^w'i We msm n^KmkMi <(^t «t Kell am H^ Sctaol. The Mi» ViM» Bcwh Pa^nt 
w» he 1^ AwU I lA Am Ak» B, a^»d Civic C^i i«to U» ^o^vA^|i(or the Viigtaui 
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vmOimA BiA€H — The 
taunchlni ol • drive to enlist 
2OT0 v^n^w fM the 1M4 
Q««r Crua^ to Virgn^ Beich 
w-» -finouoCTd tod^ 1^ Mr. I^w- 
MarilttU, CruMde chtirinan, 
Virgini* Beach untt of tiw Araer- 
i<Mn Ctncer S«a^. 

The eduMUdftil «nd fuwl-nii- 
Ing Crusi^ wUl begin April 1. 
April Ig <»«»r control month by 
Presidential proclimiUon. 

Mr, i^wwice SancUio, presi- 
dent of Lamui l^aMy, h«j been 
^lectMl by Mr. JtoMlMJl to wrve 
M vtoe-chaimwi of this year's 
aun^p. 

Tiw leider of the ACS cam- 
paign hen tpoMried for a record 
tunwut of vcduoteen "to l»ip in 
the Bwny J<As ttat need to be 
done in ttie coromunMy duri^ 
AprU". ImA year, tl» Virglnit 
B^ch unM enroUed 1500 ikAui* 
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iftMiili tte iter nnw eMMf 

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Ite n^Ml wffl be mcjuuitcd 
A|tfl B-U ai ^<^ QMMr W 

Mi Ctotetw. S iM be 9m- 
iMi^M^^M«AB» 

Itt^ «n^te^ at M Md 13. 



Bwnatt ^ »S0 

hts toy^ ^<ha nmA ^tmm 
ftmoAkmtfm^. 

mym ti MWBg abwrt to i^- 
iento tf &Mt ^vdim Mh#i ^ 
Oimivtti to «^|hM a '^ImMM 
for f^^w** Vi^ to mm«^^ 
L. ^^ffdbw fteyer, a awMrte 
tor ^ Ouooenlto ^b^Mtetel 



Easter Faraas 
Here named 

vmCHNIA BEACH ~ The city 
wiB ^lu^ koM its ta«dMoral in- 
krtsmi *<albtf chui^" Su^ Pa- 
nKb ^014 ^ boardD^ Ibrtdi 
^ Parting ^boitf 12:46 p.m. 

TMi revMl of the (M-fa^on 
promena^ pfovwl lu|^ sms 
oeasfUl liMt |<^ Md «o tvn 

year. 

Inateed of the eonte at arti pa* 
ift^V b^vt a ^i^ei a^ as 
ftV « la* year, the ^w w^ 
^ iMtt haw myilttf imm 
i^^m 4^tt ^ cmMtHits n 
tt^ f^ alMig tiie bceriwalk. 

M» tt^ Nelwn. a aMoober 
^ tte C^mtm of ecanmrace's 
9i^ MHto cwflmMee, m 
gmv tet ^aw hMte the laator 
nn#. 1^ ssve as general 




. NAMED 
lOR HtBH 
lOOL HEAD 



VmCINiA TOACH — The 
SAool »>ird Tuesday approved 
the wMtfaatton of Lecher Wl as 
new ^indpal of KempmriUe H* 
nktfHl^Sdtocd. 

Now M mMam mtos^ at 
noyd V. %Mam Hi^School, HiU 
hm beea a TtMexA of the Vlr- 
1^^ MaA ai<ea ^ea WW vAmq 



serve this year are urged to call 
4M-4151. They will join groups 
conducting Cru^de publicity, and 
door-to-door canvtM, special gifts, 
trades and industry, and organ- 
ized group cami»igai^ 

"Because cancer touches ^ch 
of us, either directly or iwlirect- 
ly," Mr. MarahaH said, "eacft of 
us must do his share to combat 
the disease which wiU eventually 
atrite M.WW.OW) An^ricans now 
living— unless the t«nd is re- 
verb. 

'th« in Virginia Beach, we cm 
help «ve live* by serving as 
volunteers, by coi^ibuting our 
money to the Cruade, or by doing 
both," Mr. Marshall taW. "Cru- 
HKle volunteers will d(A only ring 
<toorbe]te to collect funds, but 
will l^ve at ^ch home a liie- 
Mving InfM wUch tells how to 

frotect ymir fen^y from ^neer. 
his free educi^onal n^«ial 
stresses tte val(» of annual 
<^ckups and the importance of 
knowing ameer's seven dmgM 
sigpls." 

L^ y^u-, Mr. IbrAdI pcdi^ed 
out, Mme 88,000 awn. w(NMn ami 
dilkto«n di«l hm^Um^ of ean* 
c^ b^iuse the diaMsa wm d^ 
covered Mi tr«Aad too tete. 
"Our v^tttows wffl urge eveiy 
a<kitt to mmy housebM to g^ i 
health chedpp yearty," ha said, 
"Ai^ (hey iHM also ask for a con> 
tritnition to Mp te Am^kan 
OttKMT Society oraltoM Ito ipo- 
gram of reseai^,/edi^ition «kI 
aenrt^to eaiuier pelta^" 




mmx, 



uMifcii "mt 



741 



e 

y wieralt 

<p* ■■pip 



aasA 



ff«ASA ^ ne iftilei Awdl- 
tey <tf tte mm V^mtm V^ 
<^m^ iriU mA a m^ irit 

f^ A BUPAm Mtfan m 
mm TtaA aW^ it 10 aja. 

fmmm iMM« to order «^ 
mt^mm MQ^ ia a» by edl^ 
84t-i0«; or W14^B. 



1^ Wmb «« be te parade 



Pictur«l at Tuesday's work*op and hearing are (teft to ri^«):C. A. Wharton co-ordmalot 
E. B. White. Jr., hiformatten director, Dr. J. B. F ndfefws-, aiilitaBt COTiini»«>ncr, State Depart 
meat at Mental Hygiene and Hospitals; and Dr. H iram W. Davte, OTBm»w»» 

MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS 



LOCAL FINANCIi 



VmoINIA BEACH — tt beHw 
menW heatth tkOMa an to In 
«««iMied hot, i major rinre of 
mt mipnm n^ have to be mtf 
by the conununi)^, offl^tb of 
m State D^artal e aft of Ww^ 
^^tetm nd foipitah ^lieMed 



OVMvtmbm of tte etunrnKp 
toe 1^ wtt mUt. to.^ teattvi- 
ma toi^te: lbs. tMn^unbe, 
di^i^ <rf tte fmiK Mm Me- 

i^m,^mtmrm»f ▼. *. ^ 

KMm, Jfm VmAm, W. Rwsdl 
AftdMrtt Mi l&tari aawfctes. 

tti. Kdbw arid tital pwl* 
i«to f^ the firtJBi tPi« <W» 
Mi^MoNi ^iMff irM be ew^ 
to0toi to 11^ ttibr member^ps 
to sMpp«t tte pi»^ 



ca^Mi Md 
locncrKen^svilte m^ 

A a^ve of Wise County, he je- 
G#iwt Ma biM^^M- tf a^M» #1^ 
^m»m n«IMMMie ilM 
and a looters depee to tOfid 
wta^M^Mon from Goorp fm- 
b^ me^in <^iU^ to l^b- 
TiBe. He speflt one wmmer on 
9«^ wwk M the Univfr^ 

After a ^tf of t»diii^ to 
Si^th Coua^, Vir^. nU eaoff 
to tt« "ndewrter wa. Fc^wrtsig 
two ^an at KonpevUle, 1» taugH 
idnoe and <K»adiad foott^ fts 
Iteuiy I^ B^bA to ftorfott, te- 
tomtog to XMipmQe to 19S8. 

WMte at Kempiv^ be m^veA 
ium ywt as asuataiA jpM^ be- 
fore moidng to hto p«eei* p«i- 
ticn irtwi Kelltem Hi^ School 
opeoei. 

!to «d hto wife Penelope Uve 
to Kemi»vlHe Ibnor with tbeir 
mm diiktoen, I^^ 14; Mtrk. 
12; and Usury, 7. 



^^B.E.S. Instattt 
^ New Officers 



ttie nslsra IbWl are aeverdyl 
^loit of uflM im^ firths. ' 

^e ea^ ni«t tte bmAi ^ 
tte conmnis^ tAe^j^^if and 
0w inteai^ timtm^" to ^ 
m«itally ^ be sdd. 

Tbe MaMc center is tJie only 



^^ ^A Awf Amlmwh of Mail 




to rwikcbeartogbK* Tuesday b^A^ "T^ *^ 

Ttobearli* first to a «rie* f^*^«^'*f ^^t^r. 
«di51il3^glto«t,theiWe^^ ^ «*^™ 



m- 



P.A. Star 
To Attend 
Notre Dame 



VmWIA BEACH — 
^nMr OMen, tfie pnmlar 
|Marin« ^Mitarback of the 
PrtaeeM iMie ^Mliai% hw 



Offwe workers at the Chamber of Com =sy answering hundreds of inquiries that 

esulted when the Advcruain| Board launched iij. ^'^ ."^^^J^^ ^^^^^^^y^x 
immBaaam its ca" - " ' — ' * "O months earlier than usual, the bbenT* ads enpfiasized »»*»»'»'«» 
T^f^ V ^a the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. Prq«nng f«pl«« to the 684 

U that arrived in a single day aie fldit to right): Mrs. Isabel Demarco, Mrs. W.lma 
iWto.aaaMrs. Claiw Ditty. (P-i'i«-- ^^^^'^^ 



sMp to Mend #ie UnMiaNy 
of Ito^ Dame #a^ta0 to 



NM» teme Cot^ Are 
tai^Nin «M en hand M 
f^alMi bilornial dliiiier 
to PibMM Anne Mm wWi 
Nie tifciitoi yount iMilM 
tum ais pwwwa. 

OlMen fM aN aert* <^ 
pesiMii latiM^b vMte ^^ 
^ An' IN^Meas Aim mA 
WW immM to H«e AMfcto 
t fM« aaMeb^ 
MNWiw^ Mam 

if^W ^^^» ■ 

Coach Pana^AMi a» 
prwiead dell«ht tfirt ^Men 
had decldad to 
Dame. Tne 
bean eeiMled by 
coMeBes thrw^M^ ^ 
country. 



^^nSflWA WAOt — toslalto- 
tim <tf tf fts»« of Vir^ala M^ 
C^^ Ifo. Wl, O.E.S. kit 1«84- 
I9M took idi^ rrii^r ev^^ 
Mm^ e» S pan. to file tt^ofe 
Tefl^. ^tti and Antic Ave. 

jm P. IMklM, nwt (kaad 
Na&M <rf iMMi tim ttw tottaU* 
tog ^mm. itorifttog wim Ztate 
^ *, ffHl MMtoB, t^Md Mtf- 
^U, «adiel fMon, Paat IbfrM. 
(teMi (%i«Un. Affiet ^Ir^, 
flat Mabw. GiMi\OriaaM. Ita 
^ ftee 4eMi» Gnud WMisP Mi 

Grind Se^inel. 

fte £iA8«itag offl<^^ wa« to- 
glaltod: Oen^ne l^ice, W<»t^ 
Mjrtrtm; Ifcrbert Troww, Wortl^ 
Miw; AM^ite ifatrott, Ci^hei^ 
toe Tmmm\ Aasotiato Patron, Ben 
H^^; Seoretary, IliWred Hen- 
^; ^MiV«r. Doris IHlis; C<»- 
dueizw^ Gladys Rowland; Asso- 
dite Omducti^s, Doiii McKla- 
ney; Om^^ Lorene TaJtey; 
UtosliaU, tiorralne Kadas; Organ- 
ilat, Agnes Winston; Adah, Jesi 
Hnd^; Ruth, Thelmai Hogge; 
fitter, KMileen James; Itoitiia, 
Vtrgb^ Fumiss; Electa, Louise 
Wffl^; Warder, Owoti^ 
&idft; Wmmitl, Mm S. Ibrr. 

F^^ Prances aonetoam awl 

n^te iniey. 

Truites, Cttwle Weaver, Ra- 
diel Fa^ and LilUe Hill. 

Tfce Wtowing c<^nmittee chair- 
meu were aM>olirted: Welfare, 
GJ^ys Rowlani a»i Doris Me- 
Kenney; Cancer arw^anp, D(S^ 
^^ Smtth and torene IHUley; 
fidmes and OMreai, d^h^iae 
iSwwr; mxA, BWj^ HuttA- 
topi; %edal Dftrojert, Norma Hardi- 
fdn; FiMiwe, A^M .^Wdi^, 
a»ert Taytor. Ben Itoiflet; 
©^ning, Lillie HilL Ceo^ 
Ifay. Henry Ellis; Eduattonal 
Wm^, Tlieteia Gartow; P^toty, 
Am&€ Urn Green; OffhrtDrta 
Cards, Lorraine i&N&a; ft^paa, 
Ai^el PadiA. Tnr^hi Vwitai^ 
Worna itardtotti: Oeccxi^iM, 
Vera McOoud, Hawl WhJWtaBSl; 
Inrtructor to new menAen, Si^ 
Taylor- Nurse's Sdiolarahto* 
^th^ James. Cecelia Ifay. 
Bii^^ HiMitos. 

M^. 0^ Spen^r Mcon^antod 
b? Apiii AWridge amg a ai% 
'itow mm Tlwtt Alt'* a** 
i^A »^«1 PaAjn <tosei tt» 
p^pmi witb a praj^r. 

f^BM^g^u^ m 0ie^ ^ 
J^e* ^pateMts sertod to tte 



^ StAe Mestol Health Study 
OoiailM)n* was held M the Alan 
B giMipiri CMC Cefltar to ie- 

tmntoe uw M^ before iih#- 

i^. i. M. wm^ fttwtor of 
tte MMte J^M ^^M 

se^^ws Oit Vin^ Be^ and 



CttffeeGetslOYrs, 

l^RGnte4^^i^ — A^rqr 
Eiwiid Guffee, ^, <»f S^»^ ^ 
Ch> i i | >e a>^ wai coirricted of 
seconiK^nto «iu«tor and sen- 
tencad to 10 yean T^siky to the 
death of a Madewirter man. 

Cuffee was Med ly Cinmit 
Coutt Jadie WOt^ S. Wi^i* Jr. 
to the tow ab04^ lest Nov. 4 irf 

William BMcm, 90. 

Item w«i ibot to tlK he»i 
twice while ctoMng with neigh- 
bcns to his home on Bouto 2, Vlr- 
gtaia BMch. The w^pon was a 
J2<titt» rifle. 

^sthnony w» timt ^ shooU 
h^ loBoiwd thiesta on Oiffee's 
l^madebylason. 



Nkw LMil fiirls 
An Caunsetors 



fWDOKCKmm^ - Two 
YA^a mak:i^ mm vaam 
21 Miry Wi^jlMGiii^^a- 
into wlecAed m tt^ffiea eeua- 
aetas te£ the 196446 wmkm. 

They were <k«ee Mute Bua- 
totb and P^ Pert Searbw 
01^. 

. &di ^ wm eouMel a ftoup 
of some ^ frestonop to hd^i^ 
them b«ome ad^tfteito the aca- 
isnie, aodal, nd ddtond ttto <rf 
the «^^. Tliey will awve 

Miss Bamtoith ta the Aiu^ta- 
of Ifr. aai Ifcs. C, A. Bamfoi^ 
St. of S172 Ov^and Boad and 
tt a 1902 grtttarte of Princess 
AimeHi^ Setod. 

His Scarbrawi^ ds^hto- of 
ytn. Virg^ P. ScaibOToni^ 
liOe Arc^ Avenue, ^ a 1962 
gmAato irf Virginia B^eh H^ 
Sdio<d. 



^ 



tf Vbrgtohi aaHlM te 
to tt^MMrt to^H is ^ U J. 
an^to Owvtf ^ W^ li^ 
the male ewdi q^^ te ^ 

doR^res. 

But^Siwaid B. White, Jr 
fonmBoB director for the 
ewutoesioo, eiip the 
atkm a "pi f Big ' 
bucket," toiipn«d 
amounts meded 

White alv iniieatod i- 
funds for menh^ fseffitie- . 
prxtbabfy not be enough to Bl 
need either. 

"it's obviotta 
Graeral 
^icult time 
Mougb money 
we^ doing 
to the painful cone 
cid money is gotog 
%mx a maior «?r= 
bvilen." 

Dr. Hirani w. ua^hs, t 
oiMtoner of mental byfi 
h^^itals, said he feeb 
GMeral AssemUy wlB 
ffmerotti with 
fiinds as a result of 
omimiaBion's wor 
caDed on bcaU. 
^ir outlays from t>oth tsD^ 
I»ivato flources. 

Most of thosr iing fei 

first priority in planpittg abOL 
to fiiU dev^opBHttt of eosmuii^ 
nantal baalth mim Tlwy tf 
favored psychological services Ji 
Dm ecbools and more 
e^ttnatftog. 





ARA60NA SeOUTS HOLD HONOR 



MIAGONA — Aragona Boy 
Scout Troop 379 b^ an ^^ 
ScKHit Court of Honor to tte 
OirM Pre^yteran Churdh last 
fiWay wtth three acoirts re- 
ceivtog top aivar^. 

iteceivtog the Br^iie Pito 
Amud wiffl George Schi»kter, aon 
of Rev. and Mrs. Otto Sdmeiiwr 
of 4M tynn Slwr^ Dr. An Uth 
gra^ gto^nt at Priw^a Anw 
Hi^ S^uxd, he «riered saoirting 



to OfMsm 19S«. ^ father is 
C&^Ma i^ tiie 0^ Neck Navy 
iMtaOiiton. 

Aleian^ Gos»n^ ffl. son of 
1!^. awl Mrs. Ateonder Ger- 
man, Jr., <rf 2416 Indian Hill Bd.. 
was awarded the rank of Eagb 
^csA. Wt entored six>utmg to 
February 1960 awl is a ICHh grade 
sU^^ li frank W. Cox li^ 
SdKKfl. Wk ^ajer is a FicM ts- 
gmeer for Arine R^^reh Corp. 

The rank of ^i^ ^xit 



also awarded to fmacgn tsenxad, 
Jr , son of CUef f>il#Offioar and 
Mrs. Robert C. Heibokl of 271 
Grenfell Ave. He is a lOth grade 
A»tent at Princess Anne Hi^ 
Sdwol and entered ••w^Mfi":* if 
ApfU 1960: 

•AADM William £.. ^toward. 
USI ^tot) was guest apeaker at 
to €ouxt of honor afttonded by 
parents and mem' the 

tooe^. 





«KNI^ SCHNBIDEB 



mmict¥mmm^. 



w^mf, iterOi }9f 1964 
pi. 1 




toHni 






•109 PM. - TKurtday, MmvIi 19 

VUUCSt BQNM VMOOL 4VIHT(MHIJM 

#• 2sni trmr, vmbinu kacm. vhigini* 



PARTY 
IS h£R£ 




nnrir Sliflw 
Opttt FrMiy 



fami^ 



ENCACEMENTS 



Flta» tai OriiM lib* «t 2 
pjB. <B FMda^. Hardi W. Other 
gMit >Mteiil»>g at ttefikte 
dMag ia»«ai>i^ «iB Ite Sr. 
KMbMtflht Virgbiia BMch 
PiUftmmr <^ Fitte; Mn. C. 
iMbM Ml, PnBrfdwt ol tltt 
tMiwUBr DUMct oflte Viziiiiift 
f%denttHi «f OifdeB Chihat Mrs. 
J. 0tite aM|« OtriUKimllug 
S^retey ^ Mm GtrdM ca»bi 
of Vii^^fttei mk Un. Anguit fl. 
Culp^Vor. neaUNit tf tte 




dMMt, • tented Afifteu VWM 




If ywi've px Atti rafcnd «»• 
^ Miy «« Irin it tt ' 
4tf HMM iMa IMlii 

im mttun M 




WmOk BEACH STORE ONLY! 



tti^jto #tbiOf«d by tte tet- 
tbam Sim ftifc «d 
Gmm ^ftorMk.0Ml 
vntt pru^ 
1%»e will to ao tBtrt {taqlli isff 
tfa«n iMtana Ui, mmm Mvt 
of the C^n^^ Nnanry i^ 
<m SrtnrA^ •( 8 pm 
iBMt ^rle i>m i^ifc on 
^ 3:M pA« nd Ibn C L. 
bo^w nA i^iek « M^ ««•• 
1^ U 8 pjB, 

aio# tHwn «• fMiy. MMb 
10; md §inimr. IMbA ^ »«. 

«[AaK« «i& be fwu i iod 1^ 
Iteirditttion. Ifrt. A f . fihte. 
#r„ « SMMh^ it i pm. Tim hd* 
Bdfltoa-<taMttHi Is fl.M. Pvor 
CMde 4i!Mi ttVM <M itoir ^itfU 
it ini ^ Vm CMitf «r tt» Ah 
tine 1mii&m»^4 0i tto w« Wl^ 




ATlAXm 



ZT(m 



ALTERATIOK 




19 



ALE! 



m m ir«» IN FK^ ""^^ WfM mMr itni AN» ^Cl 



y^ajjLuu^ 



if^ AmnAmNs m^ nm mMi ^m^9. 




wi Buv ^ aauL — mt at 





MHLINO 



and 



€tmMLhMm 
S. Bdmna Star wlicre Aey 

W^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^h^Mh^^ 



AltoB M. Esiw ubA ha 
tewft, Md Ifat. L. H 
fttm V Nmim cniie aixwrd die I 
llwd sboMi iM|i tat fli#yiri ^ 

™ „_ * * " ' cr Of 



PAIEim EPKAH 
nCA® COUPLE 

Ifr. and Ifrt, imu« P. 
mOsUn nM mmM» m ftiftqr 
dyMtini ft a boflit ttuNT tttfi^ 
buna IR IMer ki taKM- <if tbrir 
ioa, Ifr. I^^Mwl % ^rtcttr of 

mdtfv 1^ be itJwHiiliiJ m 

bi «» Mk View ^;ttt ^iwft 
^ PoilHioattt. (teabi itt ta- 
€lii4i iniininn of tbt waM^ 
f^, Oa mneaatc btfitt Md 
e utuf tttwtt imir i 



K MiOf PUS 

VWQMA IMCK ^ A «a- 

^enlBg li^ of te OreMer ^ir- 
#tia fiiMit n^Htr mA Qwin 



j»rr. 



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MIIOUS MIANO ORBS 
■ll lot VVOMUM 

UNUMNH VAtlNl 

VAlUfcSTO iO.^ 



4 






vmr mjittmiy mk you 




Nat MyMk )M tiw i^Ms ^p 



wiwi (tar eraqr *)f« iMit ttciun 
a MMi «i« aarioaA . . . tMHy iMMteL liha utut^ 
waNY «Mr. tht cvfl it Mi^ ku% penaptAl*. Mi Hie bodty t 
Mwe! It ttAit 9«w «ril ^iM 40 MIC ftr; iMi rti^ iilW rov fcMX. 






OTYUfW 
UMMN 




We im fmmA to mmmm that Mrs. WIte tai 
j(^)d our ttrir ol Mpstt. 

MJNQIWOUC LOCAttCM 

tM LaaUin WW WMb Comr — W. ^Itlf 



MjUM 



PmsteJ Insuniice 
Soim Tl^ Plc^bms . 
- And Real Estate 
Problems Are Jii^ As Easy 



Wmson ot^ *i^ a^ be la- 

al • fum. mar al Oe 

Aiyc M eui inui«va nQB wm oe 
dOMiidtote ^ OifiUsl Hoa- 
^d^^n^la BtMdL 



BrnxHs 



im dhttgWar. M» Carul Yvonm 
flMikt, ie iwaM tying l^»Ung. 

Ife. l>Uili| ia Ifee aoo of Mn. 
Ifvfaerile B. Pding and J. A. 
i\»lingofCoUi«eftrii,lfd. 

Tba wadding will late i>la«e 
AprU 4 in Ocean View Baptiit 
OMicb. fforfalk. 

«Btt aip^ if the datigbttf <rf 

frnait gpeaha of Weat HyaUa- 
ffile, Md She cndwiad (rom 
Oitnby High acfuwl tM iMMRled 
Norfolk Buiinesa CoBa^e. She ia 
a iu ii M w d by m IsMNMiit ftm. 
Mr. FMfaig gniMta* ft«m 
BtedMMborg l%i Scted in 
HjMttivilla, M.^ lenwl faiir 
yitfi in Iba U. CAir Ttm, att- 
tlBned at fteiMmii Air Forot 
||Hili». Mr PaUiNI ia 
by the UnivvHRy M 
Marylnd. 





rwam 
m W^m JjB^ qiiilgi 

Mr. a«|^ bi tti ina ^ ». 
afti IMl ttNMii 4. «i«r tf 




Bradc 



HMen 



llr. a^ Wt. M:teni A. Walk* 
llie IMl ^ 

iMi Aaae, m fMby, IteA IS, 

at mm^m mmk nmm 

ffe ^. anl Mia. ftc^it A. Walk- 
ir tf LndH Md^ Md IBn.^^. 
Cacna #itar of Vntai, Wm ^ 
VfrgUa. 



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1iATUtAlflE»l, WMm, 
F% ANC» AND OflORS YOU 

r-T' " --Nn i,r>v? to 




CHILDREN'S SHOE 
VALUK 



MO CHOICf, INCUIM*» 
POO^AftKOTS AND 
ofHIlt Wai KN0VM4 



Umm THUiSOAY AT 9 IHAW 

Miny OHwr Un«dv«rt{Mcl ViiMt 

0«iS«I»Tm1 





It MRf MO a(a% i» iMt afcawi pia i a m i ng your 

cMm^ ^Cf*>4t W9f COM rapraiant o tMwidaraMa 
anwNMMiL rw s iNay MHril praaMMi on niiiw 
Gcw fl w ^f ^pott^^ B^ipnaaf nancy wM inaiiio yowr 
n^Mt prodtc ally «ny ioM. CaH wa. 



ss 



CK>VN 
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Md«y Niglit 'til • ^wi. 



With 2 offidn r<Mdy to solve all your r«ai estate and 
insur«%e |X^>t«m K^am-Eator^ can pfotect* $^, 
rent m \mhp fm l^y ^iw property—truly om^^i^ 
ocwnpbte 4MUviGi fm you. 

KELLAM - EATON 

AMII1I>.--€I^MU 



CA1 




-. fir. i^lM^ 
J(»ai «M>WMe 

illXbHt AMMi^ to 

umeaa Mmvw uiwn^ vr. 

Mr. Oowof b te MB tf Mr. 
iitf Ib^ ^lt«H AitfNWi Dowoa 
of Vl^j^ Baidi. 

m ^OMS M a gr^u^ of 

fort dO^it Stai ll jMMMbfl tte 
Unlvwiiy of Get^a wbmt jin 
is a iiwiAir ^ ttipi Wte m^ 
did a nwHj . tta 
to apc^p ot ito }) 
Biyioftha 

Kr. Oomie jHMJiiilad ttma 
Prteeea Amm ll^ idMi. He 
ia attnd^ IN iTnlWftfy «f 
G«>tghi akse Jto li i 
Kifpa Sitfna sotM Mter^J 

A tato ttuua@ inddtag to 



A^cm- 

mmam M^ 4^if« 

tt^^lVi^m Willteie 
^Mse &wbiy te uiiM %i«^ 
Dai tttMb. h Aili^ onM^iaM 

IMl Wkdtard Auitev of Btza- 
both O^ aiMttta^ BMl^ 4 
« tetf^nW taiAt<n in 
hOBMi 

lie ^tainal mm^ wiu 
gliKtm flMnrday ^ the bri<le- 
grooffl eiect'a perenU. Mr. and 
Mra. PhiUp K. Ogleaby in their 
honeet VHybrit Bweb. 

lira. W. Batr Sntliertiiid and 
Mn. W. It fettMy <MMMiibied 
m b rttfa elect tt a reoeM ttJacel- 
baieoQl dwwer in Mn. Suther- 
knd^ Imna in Urehmiit. 

Mia Abbott vm gueit of honor 
at « ftoent Uatn ittvmr hi the 
hoow elMn. WUUam H. (MUnf 

Mn. DomM R. WeMtenderf Jr. 



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A^Mr ^9iM TWA 
aMHM tf tMr 

Ckvy MItai Awaid. 
tt^ Mmnb# » tte aae of Mr. 

Maal^iM te an ^mmv 
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Mr.fiowiiAlea jpidnia ef 

i>itaoiaa Ana ngh JMorienl if 
trirag ^^n^ itona#i G3rieigo 
tMHiM Qott^. Be is ^m^^^ 
•d br^. t. n^m. 

Hie w^H^ iriU lake i^i 
MMfcb 21 n Ftoat tJntteil ^M. 
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GARMNCUUyiKS 
WEi^EASm MR 

mmm^m'^me wood. 

Iwit ^ftei Oeh Md te i^u- 
lar neolUy m ei Ma g TMtagr et 
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Sad} Mnber woie ber 



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i^MiV la ma MR ^ the 
Me tl. CxA. narny Sssmour 
Breimo ^.. VS(X, and ^ hte 
Ifra Bmraa of Oaitf Oiliai^ 

M« to in a Ma^s ^imptt 

tti VIdk frateM frtnn 
Oi^SM- H^ Mm^ in Kin^n. 
ettudad ^ Mtaiy^ Amte 
IbMe^^paMled 
fttmBi^ C^rdtea OKDege ia 
AMMMe. IBia WtiE to a mMber 
M ^ mam isofty «M H • 
in Vu^iia Beach e^ 



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He to ^1^ to <^r at <M(itt 
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Hume tett b^aflM the bi^ ^ 
CbaMto TM4ii it«a # DHIvttf , 

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the ctaie^ Me wm 
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Meeiibbana wm awaidad to 
Mrs. £. C. SUnmr, Mva. J. C. 
GarlaMi; Red to Mrs. T. L. &opc; 
Yellow to Mra A. H. MnMgomery, 
Mn It. B. Sdiindler, Mrs. I. L. 
Wright, Mrs. M. Y. Dagger 

The MattflMeting la acbeduled 
Hr Anrfl 90 «t Mm bam of Mm. 
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teide # a daagbta- ^ afr. 
«KiMnk tasM teasiaaHltb. 
lib teM^ro^ to te «tt Ol M». 

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ASK YOUR lYtMrsClAft A»OUt 

TRAYUOR OFTTCM. CO. 

^*^«A BEACH'S OMiY GUIID ^^k:mW 
fsJeaf Linkhorn Park SchvN. 

IMi yUNQN MOAD » PKOfttSiONAi, in«. 
VMMA MACN, VA. 



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tf Mte; Iba- AobMt ^nao^ o( 
nfitoM. M.; IM mm Jiid^ 
WSAmso* 

SabMrtilMe of iMbs mui b^ 
ttitt. <ko(msmen wan Owtt 
Bobhitt of Deoton; 'Syl Beed of 
LongmcHit, Colo.; Richard Mc- 
Wbliter, fiobeit Daniel and W. O. 
SbnlelJr. 

A lecepUon was given. After a 
wadiaaf ii^.to tiie Broodmoor 
Ifatci, Colorado Springs, Colo., 
the couple wifi live in Denver. 

Hie bride attended Um Morris. 
Junior CoUe^ in Jacksonvffle, 
Tex., and will graduate in June 
freoB ti» 
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YOU MAY LIAVC YOJH 
WifSCWpnON AT ANY OF 

ouft m§ locATiONS roft 

DRIV»v Af AMT Of^ OUR 

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VeHwtaifty of itoever. 
Mi to m fradnali of 

bMNi, nt Me to Sni'^' 

CITlUJEt iomi 

lOST 11 CUIBS 

1 .SMPSViLL£ ~ Ibe Cavalier 

^ntor WilMi% Ckib bdlfi «lKir 

rmi^nm neMIng March 13 at 

'« no iH4tti« neaiwn e^yed < 

1 DetojOM teaton by M»' 
•^v BoiMlm on 

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MM a>iM to lilt! Are you 
Wt^ t« iplngt TTie Virginto 
Betdi V.W.C^. tt fittii^ mdy 
... to "Swiiig Into Spring" . . . 
mitk t w^kM leriM of ^ii^ 
^»^ And IwPt thty tf«: 

C^m^ Underwwd wU toadi 
w llMUtdi^ U mutiny Ltln 
Qotf Conntt Eist ladlaa Mvo- 
RowL (^M^ April 9 - May 14« 
10-11 aja. OMt 94.00. R^^r at 
SUuqry take, A^U 9 at 9:30 a.m. 
fmmk 

ItaKy BaWielder will teaeb m 
HMRidiys aft the Vuiinia Bea<^ 
Wfh Sdiool Gourt& doRs April 
t - May 7, 1^ p.m. C(Mt 98.00. 
negater Game itoom Oavaliw 
How, April 1 at 7:00 p.ffl. 
HafaawMk Rtdinip 

A day in Ibt count^^! Ring 
•muk mA tnil riding, batnujttf 
lor cvwy flv« tt^^ at <iit 
Gan^ Aihtani Sehod of Horaa- 
■HdHliif. 19a0 Great Nwdc ^Ntd. 
Oaant Tuea^^ 10-11 a.m., Ap- 
fti ml May. <^at $15.00 for 4 
leMMt. Ra0at» Gina Itoom Cav- 
tfinr H<^, Apiti 1, M 7KX) pan. 

l » ar cla a t (wflh mcitk) 
Two hjUf4K>ur le^ms per week 
tai ti« <%uia Itoom of Cavalier 
How. Oaases April and May. 
CcM 1^00 to 4 waeka. $400 t<x 
• iwate, Aa^iur Gune Itoom 
Owitor Hotel, April 1, i^ 7 p.m. 



two teaflanfl April 6 - 2i aod 
lily 4 - 27. <^am MondtqF md 
Wadoeaday to lour WMte each 
aearion. Co^ AduHi $t.«>. Chil- 
drm $6.00 to one sesaioi. Regis- 
ler Game Room Ca^klier HtibA at 
7 pm. April 1 for fint a^im; 
Aih4 29 to aecMid aearion. 

AH of ttia intomatteo la t 
ittOa earfy, but we ji« ted to 
teU yoa. Hk Virgia^ Beach "Y" 
tHpti mi^ ^ tiie ladiea irtK) 
kwa iwui Mkli« "Why tot dw 
*V offering ejen^es?** wil be 
vmf k^fB9 wMt ttto lA of news. 

SnttttmSf, m'My, to ^Nring. 

Ifow ia your figure 4teae da^? 

^hwHt ndtet need raatrii^iDf? 

jHka flma^li^ to ulw zMiig 

, lenras. "V^ «t . . yra . . . "Y" 

Mi te^ • frtinda to^ zvtfatta- 

itat Mto aake f^m now! 

Mule yOBT oataidar and con^ 

aariy. ltaftatiitk)Bs are Iteit^. 

See you <i^ tfitmgi 

YWCA CALINOAR 

Mtaf«hf2*lt 

9miff, KhMwh tZMMbgi^ re- 

tarn l^tm Y<mi^ Adidt Cm- 

toeoee ta lUt^amid. 
WaAuariay, Marali 29 — 10:30 

•jm., Y-Teen HodE ConfueiKs 

aft C^Knl "Y". 
H^qpy Baiiar to one lud at! 



French Saton 
Meets Sunilay 

^ neit meelii^ of «3ie Sakm 
francaia tf tiie Wonan'a Oi^ 
wlEte li^ tA the CM) HoiHi, 
8M Mrfax A<y«., on Snndl^, 
MaRb ^ at 3 pm. An illustzaM 
talk wU bi gNmi cm die "C9tt- 
li«iiix ^ ^ fiOire" by Lodr. 
Al^ Teroar, cunei^y AWe-A- 
Ctfmp to Atairtf Smitt, Su^ea^ 
ADM OOMUBd AMaotlc. Lofr. 
Aodie T^noir ia a>gi«dwto of 
tteFrsKb Kavad Acaden^ a»} 
flerwad durn^ ^ war on variMn 
ahlpa, linging tiwo. mine-swe^ 
an to idrcraft ouitos. He madb 
t«b toon to todotfilM, aahova 
and afloat od i|i^ some time 
In iUfl^ft. «e te liiFtag fai Norf<«c 
wUe o» My. wift b^ «nfe tfd 
has ^tam <km#tors. 

The aOm iraaeite is flp^K>r«i 
by Oe Wonam't Oub, a^ W 
Mr. JHerre Sctapruti, Vrntdk Cm- 
aul in ttoMk. It to ^ e» to ai 
iBiai i Mi ed tti i^nsMh euttveria- 
Him, atsteits of Wmt^ mA 
tmims are eipecttBy^&tftted to 
&m leetttre anA to rem^ to tta 
80(M hour nMdi IcAows. Mrs. 
teMia f^mii« Win ^ P^ 
mneat <&taMm «nd tonder. 




Pfctured, left to ri|^, are: Mrs. Cly<te Wb itchead, Mr. Paul Chevalier. Mra. Otk B. Gregg, 
Mrs. Ai^ur B. James, Mrs. Juim h. Craig, Mrs. Walto Hutchins. Mrs. Noel B. Fallwell. 

Mrs. James Heads Cape Henry Women 

* 

tows: Preaicteivt, Mn. Arthur B 
James; Firsrt Vi<»Prwident, Mrs. 
Paul L. Chevalier; Second Vice- 
Pr^lent, Mrs. Jamc^ L. Craig, 
ir.; Third Vice-President, Mrs. 
CP^ Whitelwad; Itecording Sec- 
retory, Mrs. Walter Hutchins; 
T^««irer, Mrs. B. Noel Fallwell. 

Mrs. iEari Leanard, Music 
Chairman, presented Mr. Charles 
Oliwr. He nng several elections 
fnMn "Carousel", which he is 
dtre^ii^ and will be presented 
m April by the Civic Chorus of 
Vlrpnia B«^. He was accom* 
lankd by Mrs. Dorothy Bovard. 

Members of the Club will go 
(m a tour of William^mrg during 
Garden We^ in April. 

A deaett bridge party will be 
heU in April at t3ie home of Mrs. 
R. JL Sleii^ber. Proceeds wiU 
go Mo tte Hoq^al Fund. 

tible dec(»aittons were (kme by 
Mrs. Bvwett S^y and Mrs. H. 0. 
ilMnMdi. 

Hoat^Ks weare Mrs. lU^ D^ 
Het md Afrs. Jtohn SkiUman. 



Officers' Wives 
To Entertain 

C«Eiy«A-The Officers Wives 
of Squadron VA81, Oceana Nawl 

-\ir Station, will entertain Air 
Group 8 Officer's Wives »t a 
hruMh March 25 M the Oceara 
Offlwr's Oub. 

Ilie social hour will start lA 10 
a.m. followed by the brunch i^ 11. 

■Highlight of the event will be 
the lowing ot fashions by Rose 
Hall. 

Door prljcs will be awarded 
during the festivities. 

Miss Landolf Wed 
To Jeiry Ferrell 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mr. and 
Mrs. Basil William Landolf an- 
nounce the marriage of tt^lr 
daughter. Miss Alma Gene Lan- 
dolf, to Jerry Lee Ferrell. 

Mr. Ferrell is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Mike A. Ferrell. 

The ceremony took place Nw. 
19, 1963 in North Carolina. 



VBlGiraA BEAOI ~ the ware iMtalM by Mrs. Otis B. 

<^fw ilenry Wonun's C^b nwt Or^t First Vk» I^aiid»t of the 

reoei^, irt ^e Princeas Anne TidawMnr DMrict of tht^ Vli^ma 

C<wnti7 Club. ftisnikm of Women's CSubs. 

Officers for the year 1964M thoaa ^teBed w&e n M- 

NEEDLEWORK GUILD 
BEING ORGANIZED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A move to organize a Viinnia Bench 
OMf^r of ^ Nee<^work Guild of America got unwrway here 
Tueiday at a meeting oi ii^ares^ persons at & Virpiia Beach 
Mettodfist ChunA. 

The grmip (tecMed to hcAd • coffoe to Unu^h a menibership 
drive in this area April 17 at 10:90 



a.m. M the same chuith. 

Jn <nder to joui tte group, a 
praapaottiw oMtmiier mi^ omtri- 
bote two artides of new dothhig 
or finen once a year. ThMo Itentt 
m» mad for needy lanflte fm 
Ae eoramn^ and are dlaMvut- 
ed through local welfare agenda 
and hntito^iaia. 

Tim f^nfm Mottier of Gn^md 
k pr»ident of the Guild, a tttdl- 
Hon aat wttb HUt oi;pnbati<m ia 
Fliilad^Ma In 188S. 

Awdsmi cfaaritaUa wrga^a- 
tion with ovnr ^10 iHmdiei in 



Peraiit Ni^ed T0 
Jfom Trash (ta^de 

1^^ 1 to muf 19 a pOTutt k 
QMleA 10 twD teiA ooldMn 
«nept bitaeM 4 jjb. aBd AM- 
i^t, -Vte^tt ^Kft ctef tor- 
tat fire wn<d» Cutis I^a^e ^1 



ff^o^ boatog tn^ after 4 
pjt AjiW n* do so if the wind 
ki #p ib^^t ftyhe warned. A 
^Mir bn 'm in effect betwcjen 
J^t. twAfiK. SL 



DARGIMPTER 
HEMSREPORm 

VaUHNIA MSAOl — Thir 
ftiiMMB kai» CouiMy Obaptar 
OAiR heU ito Mardi meeting lA 
Oa faooae of Mn. Ifaoy Schinler. 

9tvv/^ w^e ^vm b^ aB of- 
Mars piteaeat. Mrs. Sehui^. 
mSikK pnaMent of ttie Oavidier 
S^eiafy, fSK<ie a rep(H( <hi tlie 8o- 
cMy^ pregr e s a. 

lira. J. W. S(pire» t km^ime 
maiBN of ^ DAR, was wel- 
oomed to (he local chapter torn 
tite l^m^te Ou^lar. 

Mrs. hs^Kt 9km of the Ma- 
jor WiHiam "nioinis Chapter 
DAR, a Itoy'a Otty, Ud., waa 
agi^t. 

M^abos ^l^idii^ Oia stale 
eonfereooe it the Cluunb^laitt 
Hotel IHiesdi^ (iffou^ todi^ are 
Mrs. Chmi J. Bfoore Jr., n^gent; 
Mis. J. ileteher foyant, dele^; 
Mrs. Laward Htteabew, <diaffnum 
of inlomstbm; Mrs. Bernard 
m^B, aHem^; and Mrs. p. Y. 
Malbon^ direstor ^ Z»itrki i 



S6 sIflMiB, ttie unfciue ^new ga^ 
mnt" giving of tbe NGA is as 
timdy today «i it waa in Ma In- 

Tlw NGA w<»te to mxf^ 
mMat tte work of odier dinttaMe 
grrapa and mnheea. Last year, 
1,UO,000 fitted were dis^ibotad 
and ^bm wtmip tagu ^ dia time 
it fMdies Ms im tti^bSmy (Us 
jmr K am (odd 7IMnffli<m itttv. 

Hie OfM ateo worics doa^ 
witti (lit Bed Groas, Sahatlo» i^ 
o^ a^ C^vil Defrase in thne W 
d^aslff. 

AH^ tte AA Wato^^y 
Stefm bum la 1962 T^awirter 
jpups ecntiibaled wmt 11,700 to 
abrkjeen teiytea. X is «My to 
UMtentoid wb^r i^ groi^p's alo- 
fn to 'M>na to Wee, One to 
WWh." 

It to anttrefy non^Mitarkn and 
is 7i|B by 'vdwBtmn, exo^ for 
a ali^ of fMr it the national 
headqpaitoia. 

fUoGii wosam ivtt be inlseated 
to know tint (iia TStti Anuial 
Mational C^vmtkm of HGA will 
be h^ AiffU 32^ at the G<Men 
■Fttet^ in Ne^fott. 

Pawms wkHxm to faiow o^ure 
about tte offan^esttw «r the 
possQ^My of joii^ig, m^ con- 
tact mn. Gkm DEL 



PERSONAL lENTION 

Clifltmt Heraer, Virgin^ B^ch 
ftoiis^ learas 'TMrnaiKf for 
New York, ttat afvasttig lie will 
h»r fais ianMn tei^a', Btoe. 
Boitoa IlMvinne, fdiy a M<mrt 
Ckmcerto witt &m Ulits^say Or- 
dieata- it T^owa HaU. Mme. 
Ltevinne te el^i^fonr yean old 
tbto nnnth, md Is toadiing at 
,»iilli»d Sebod of Muik. 




YOUR 

DRUGGIST 

SAYS 



WHY FEWER BABIES 
DIE TODAY 

, roty 3>e«r« ago, one (Mt 
every 19 babies died tfurft^ 
first year of Hfe. Todiy, 
mortality durina Uw first y^r 
declined to only oot oat of 
iNiMea. Macii a«#t for thli 
!• dia potaat 



of 
Hi 



has 
4$ 



tnm Mm 

*at balp 

Oilit the tfiaaaaa that 

eartda ttaOu TlMt'i wlgr wc 

■ay . . . 

TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION W 
THE BIGGEST BARGAIN IN 

HnrroRY 

BARR'S RiXALL 

OA 8-1211 
Attentic at 17th 

HILLTOP PHARMACY 

1701 Utkbi RomI 

OAM424 



rOP DANCE AT 
KEMPSVILLE SATURDAY 

KEMPSVHiJE — The FOP 
QNnmodore Club at Kempsville 
will hold its firA annual spiing 
fwtnal dance Sirturdi^ from 0:30 
p.m. to 1 a.m. 

Prises will he awarded for the 
b^ <ten(» couple, the b^ look- 
ing cou^ and. aeraral ^er 
ciiegariea. ^ 

Open to menrtters aoA their 
goaats, the dwce wiU end with a 
bra^kfsst ami Joe CubiUa and 
tya band will provide dance mu- 
^. Price will be $1.90 per couple. 



Ylrglnf» |fi»eh SyN»NIWV% Thws^, A^tb If, 1 

P. 



iTAUAN AKT ^ mmn warn 



VIRGINIA BHACT ~ The 

Cardinal Garden Club hrid m 

March meeting at the hooM of 

Mn. Gordon ^tter on t^ricin 

Itoad wtth Mrs. John F^ld, pr^ 
d«^ preriding. 

Menbers of the ^b hroa^ in 
apeciments of camellias, JonquUs 
and other flowen blooming in 
their gardens a^this tinw. 

Mrs. Robert f^irchiW brou^it 



her coOe^i^ of MM mA ^ 
tfabMter «nd roi^ Mil ^la tai 
imntesed bi Mtfy. Ttmt mm 
nttde fcotonMi^ iiTifiiiimiiai 
and ^stmites. 

The chib meralMM wfll dNrr 
tiw fiorfolk Asilea Otfdaai to 
AprU 10a f irtiOTt buccal 
roe^ng at tba iwoMr of Mrs. 
Reeves Mmacm en Ctentaid Mad. 




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Blvd. 

SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND TH^R DAUGHTERS 

EASTER! 

SPRING! 

SUMMER! 

Fashions for all occasions, from bathing suits 
thru evening goums. Now showing our complete 
flection of spring and summer merchandise. 

OnN MONDAY AND FRK)AY IVeNINOS TIL 9 P.M. 



OPENING 
ANARCH 28 

CHARCOAL ROOM 

2Mi STiBir pN THf OCIMIFP>NT 

LIKE A BREATH OF SPWh© 

THE WOODSY, Z^T OF 

CHAKX>AL.BROILrNG RLIS 

THE AIR Wrm THE FRAGRANCE 

OF OUR STEAKS 

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Hora On The 'Rotten Borough System' 



On Tfwrsctoy, March 12, 1W4, th« Nor- 
folk Vii^lnlati-Wlot publllhed an editorial 
haadad "Mom om t>w 1(0*^1' Borough 
Sytt^^M^^MxMf tfw lottt^ of omjts- 
d)m^ ^ t)w ^ ctf ^9^ ••■#».) ^ 
onder to try to incplain ^elr uncalltKi for 
h«adlfM previ^MJtly publish^ on Sumjay, 
^m^%, 1964, If Mid the rotten borough 
systwn at d^imd by the C^ford Engli^ 
A»lwi^y was "mm ol rtve boroughs which, 
tefore the f^^frwj of the &^ph l^rm 
Wi in 1 832, were KHind to hav^to dtM^ 
1^ no bnger to have a real omsfttuer^." 
^iKe M^ bc^w^h in #hi €ity ^ Viif^te 
i»a<^ hat gr^n we vwi4d 1^ to kmw 
whld» «w the ^ifof iai to f«^1ng to fh^^ 
lies m ^^yed at t\o tonger to have a raal 
com^towKy. 
On Milt p^e it a sft^t map t^ ^ C^ 

N^felk a^ we have listed with an X 
e loatlon ^ the Jwmes «rf the wven 
rvtorfoikmundirnen, «»M>ding to addrmses 
f h^en In the ^^•nt Mleph^ book. All 
^sm\ ^ ihew^M^ieilMM ar# ^grigtttMi 
in one wnall ^^n d ^ <% toavir»g the 
ovwwWinir^ area withwjt a% reprettn- 
tati(»i whate^^. In contrast to this u^w 
#19 V^nia f^mA city ^«ter e^h area is 
guara^wd a coundk^ Ih^fng wnoni his 
pe le ami in oonttaflt towch with 
tiCH in that area. 

15 wJltorial of Marth 12, 1964, ^ 

Vir^nlan-Pilot taid the "oty is highly 

vu rablt to a lawwit atfecfc^ the lx>r- 

ou systt The edttor ^^Id have 

kno n, and we believe he did know, that 

th " ^a» already be«— ^sHenged in 

,, ^assed on hv jii and no 

ikenar^weq thecourt's 






of SecHon 121 of tht Constitution of Virginia 
and of Section 15-398 of tfte Code of Vir- 
ginia. TMs code section m substantmlly a 
itatuto^ emctmmt of SK^m Itt of the 
Const^thn. 

Section 121 is a port of Article VIII of the 
CoHstitutioH tvhich includes section 116 
through 127 and deah xvith the organization 
and got>ernment of cities and ttnvHS, Section 
121 is applicabk only to councils composed 
of tti>o branches under tltc constituliotml form 
of muniLibal notrnwuM^^u not applicable 
to thi ^^K^^^ernmcnts ere- 

0ed uMir ,") ■ *^^^^f the Conslitu- 

tinti As ivr h. Section 117 (bY 

may, by (/rnrral lenv or 
by specM «l, prmndc for the organisation 
flirf 0M i n l tU fnt ffi e^irf nnj tozvns without 
regard to nny of tht other 

provisiom oj ubject to cntain 

excgpt^s wh:.. '/( i»dc Section 121. 

Since the Chs/rtmr nted by the General 

AsscmMy ^rsu&nt to tnc tmthority of Sec- 
tion 117 (b), the equal representation re- 
quirement of Section 121 does not apply." 

" In 1957, what now constitutes Kemps- 
vilto and faiy side bought was then one 
magisterial cistrict with of» supervisor and 
a p^ufetlon of 45,000 f»dple. A petition 
was broi^t in* the Circuit Court of Princess 
Anne County to divide the district so tttat 
It »uld have tv^ districts and two super- 
vfwrs. Printod eltev»^re on this page is aufi 
rtltorial of the Virginian-Pi lot, dated De- 
tm^r 28, 1957, oppl^f^ this division. 
If Princess Anne County had follow«i 
the suggestion of the editOflal of December 
28, 1957, and f»ot divided fhis district, on* 
councilman today would 1^ 'representing 
58,281 pBtf|*l#, Which would be the popu- 
lation of both the Kempsvllle and Baysid* 
boroughs. We are sure the City of Virginia 
Beach and \ti officials would always wel- 
come constructive criticism regardless of its 
•oyfoiv iaut ^ H be COfWRUCTIVE wi^- 
out bitterness and hate and unnecessary 



reprint of an editor iai thai appeared in the Norfolk Virginwn- 
mocr io., 1957 " ' ^^ ""-J '- •- '*■-* c-.. A'«i,„ *jitorial of this date 

Mewpwifjile lifliaMiae 
May Come Into The C 



jht- ..,-^e to Svi^ ^empsvi"? 
%\ district into two d^trlcts It 
idetioo of E. I. Merrick, l^mpsv 
5tlve on the Princess Anne County 
SupervitCKS, ^o si^ thaff ^ 
a grown tod laige 1^ its afWirs 
idled by a sin^ supervisor, 
n't a fc»tter answer to that prob- 
t now rests in the hands of the 
uniy doard of Supervisors, be the &^p^ 
n nf a fnodern county manager fewW of 
>nt (in lieu of the present e^wu-.. 
tary type) and the employment ^ 
:ompcrtenf manager able to handle the 
-71" "^ alt five magisterial districts of the 
-..., ith an even adnrrtitifh-atlve hand? 
ch a plan is ncit likely to be adopted in 

iTate of Princes-;, 
.ead^ It f« proposed to iptit in two 
ifu Mxthem tM southern Astrlcfs*-*'^* 
ost populous ^^ttrjct in the TOunty 
e that can swl^ the balance of powe 

electl<m. 
t'etjtions now bemg circulatod for pres- 
1^*?— to the 0#cuit Court of Prli^w 



Anr>e pass u^>n the 

ssue c inH ^mp^^e, state th^t of 

21,0Q0 periont now Iteted on the poH 
Dooks of ^e county, 1 1 ,W0 reside in the 
district. ^ pop^^^n of 45,000 Is more 
than half the 90Mo j^ulation of the 
entire county. 

Kemfwvilie district is hdf urban and half 
rural, or agricultural, in character. It is pro^ 
posed tN^ a n## t^strict to be called Bay- 
side be o-eated out of the northern half of 
the present distftet. Parft of both districts 
are included in Norfolk's annexation case 
—now l:»fdfe the Supreme Court. Propon- 
ents of ^ Ke^^itte ^vision say th^ 
even if N^olk finally wint the annexation 
case, Kemptville #^ritf « then constituted 
v\/ould 1m too large as a tiagle district. 

But wouldn't It be wls# for Kempsvillc 
citizens to wait UfittI the hly of the land is 
.-letermin^ by the &jprwne Court before 
they go to the Cl^ult Cwrt of Princess 
Amm Coynty «e#&M^a division -on preset^ 
lines? 






Cooke Spelling Ch^ps 





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mm WINS SALES 
TUP TO EUROPE 

VIRGINIA HEACH — Tte 
pr.' ;'oii: of Ihe Vir|iaii Beach 
Au:jnial^ dealers Ati^mUoa, 
J. Hoy Alphin of Alplun Motors, 
Virginia Beach, won a Mercury 
National SMes eonte^ entitling 
hun to a £ree trip to ^rope this 
suAuner. 

Aiphin said tliis d^derShip 
achievement is exem^y of lite 
Vlqiinia Beech assocUiM agress- 
iv<uiess as a whole. i^Maed as- 
aeclalion salei at Vir^nia Beach 
he feels i^ed a pait m helping 
hijn to national wiim^. 

lie pradksted vmmttm vnm 
car sales at ihe headl Vm yMfi 

wtti to usbA m^ w^mmg i 



This b « ili#el wip oC ttie City of Norfolk. The pointe rtrtrkerfwft "X*r shcwrt fte ^>p««iinate locatwn d the hem« rf Afc 
levm meeibaMor the Nwiolk Cky CoeettL The solid line inrfi^s |N portiOT of the dty where ^amt oowwiliaw lwe.The.1^5? 
line indteates ^ fast irf the ct^ ^ is tfie city limits. The addJKses of the seven councilmen are fl»<Me atovw to Ae telephcite hatm. 
now in use hi te 8r». (Map oeutte^ HwmM Oil and Refininl Com^tny.) 



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FUNERALS 



1 1. \Mfm 

VmOVOA B^CH ^ Nary 
Gunnels Mate SmsmI Cdntni 
Le«^ «, dM 4» i^tmmmm. 
Via., mtm4$y 0I mjJuM M- 
(ered wten he wu stin^ by an 
tutofiMMb a few toun awiMr. 

A n^ve of l«urel. Wsl, ha 
lived lA raOl SulUvan Bivd^ Aie- 
gom VUkge. He was the htMA«(iiid 
of Mrs. Gladys Sutf hewM, 

A v^ran of 1A yean to the 
Navy, te ivas ^M#d Mia Aset 
ofier mtt of Nb^port, fla. ifo 
served In WorU War H tut the 
Korera War. 

Btmktsi HH -iMiev. «tt#flii 
are a daug^Mer, M». R. t. &»ith, 
mAtmm, lota SdwarS Miu^ls, 

A fu^^oral service will te con- 
ducted ^iay al2 yjn. in SiaUak! 
fXinaral Homal MAI mW t)e in 
inmi M^MffM Firic with 



MTir 



mmcf muima 



pMal Weteadair at 1^ zm. aMr 
illoeiB el atti aiABta. 

A native ^ the Aistem ^ole, 
H U«ed la Notrfolk ineat M te 
m mm ^ing to New ChI e 
tmmik yean ago. He 'im an SMb- 
nMe eaa^Mnie ^ GAmia 
(SatwnM mNoi^e. 

Hs wtt a mgaba of Ontey 
H^odM GlMuth. 

ite was « son of Afrs. Floran^ 
Maaoe &iQey and ttw late j^ise 

Beatdca to mc^lwrt surviTiag 
«a his iddow, llrs. fihittie Smln 
^Mca; tt«a A^^ters, ^. 
Ipyoe mmm «f i^Mkt Mm. 
MiU Thotoa of Vfifinii Bm^ 
wA Un. ftBtartn^ iii^mkt- 
m^ a «■! Ou^9k Ii a ai i y a< 
New ca^ tad ^ grud^Urdli. 

A lumnd aervto v»s cia- 
dl^ed ia OUAam Funeral ibaie, 
Cl^peake, Fric^ M 1 p.ni. % 
ttia JRev. iim^^^^ of Tatt^ 

IHp ilei ih HvenMe 
Munorhi Wt. 



BASKIN/ IN THE SUN 



Wf &OnD(m ftASKlN 



mtmM 



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Letter 



ymaHMH wm6r -» ^mc^ 

in l&ames, 3, daughter of We^ay 
J. anf Mn. Jaaai OiiffaH BNunes 
of 80§ Mtfytand Ave., Aed in a 
Norfolk htt^ltil Tuasday at 7:1$^ 
ajn. after ft iMif Matt. 

She was a Iife-bng resident of 
Vlr|^ Beadr. Bha waa a thir« 
paour a W. t. Coeke Elemantar^ ' tm ^NOKK -- 9^ letter ca^ 
Schod. :fi«!hed U i» Virginia 

B^UN her ^eats, mrayu||,Macft fost Of^ recently at- 
are a iMu-, CkO^ Hem jMiai| {|«hjti«if a .'wo day cMrse held iy 
and .^enial^ ^^jfttmm, W-\: 1 Aaa^Mtkui of 1^- 

tnd Mr* Mm^9mmi^ all (^itar usrrws at m C^ick Heory 



Carriers 
let 



fllACM — U^id 

Gvp aa> 

pfi^HMtti WM aa> 

m, UHioe wuKin^ 

la «hiA> Vi& 

^ M^efflaTiltOtlaAhi 

noea. 

Mrs. Wnloa 
theNaffoMi- . 

a neflAtf ef tte ttn fM lair 
yam. ite is a 

Ma Age^ tfd hM aft I^HMive 
in h^ ileal mm^ 

ates.ai^ 

i^ Har aapeUiliuB «M he 
attiaiA to pro^a tte bnt mt- 
mt pmt^ «» te i«ailln,al 
tte O^ af Vlii^to BsaA 1 ; 
m*. w^oe wm awttae M 
llM*t8.iefiaf« 
Ma. CffBl Keid iriM KHi «M|o 
ttie films' Oeetial <M^ ^ 103 
Duke St, Nwf olk. 



mvwmmA 

In Hie OaHfa OffMe ef «ie ei^ 
cult Caurt af iHa C»y of \^flnla 
•aadw ee «» M* day af Mli«lt 
IMC 

FRANnfflf BAGGAMLY, 

flaM^ 



Vlrgiiti liii^ lliiiiiitT* «rsnd^ 
mother, Mrs. I^rate R. CanrMl, 
«iHi matemal gr m > # PM id fatti«r, 
C^>l. Oeorge fi. Iteyii^cto ^.. 

teth of mtMh 

A funeral sm^ge wiii oc cjii- 
ducted in Mae^ Hmeral Home 
today irt 2 p.m 1^ the Rev. 



ttatel^ Roanoke 

Mr. H. Normon MUteirn, Jr.. an 
iMdMftar at Univer^ty of &il- 
mAr«*« School of Busine^ ia^■ 
:7 «id Management Iccturtd 
uii Collective BargainiiMii. 4k. 
<]eorge G. Morrow, Ni^afcl 
FMjkJ BJrector fiMX! cond 



In ci^e you htfwtt-t fliMllA ^c stm tt shiete ind ^ wtft has 
sMrted to riM. The softMi^ ve Uo#^ and tWdays M l^ger 
Mi prettbr. "Ae won«a are frettier too, m tiiey Hre n<rt hwwidi 
Up against the coM, and there' is more erf ttem to en^ nd uinlri.; 
rf you ha^*#t hak^ tetely, 1 suggest that you teve ji^ ceai 
examined— and Aen rtart lookh^. All us gfa-l-watdicrs are b^aMg 
to b^xtiie spin, sofd to s»ot\d k begiiuing to take oe seoe ^arm. 
I am tiM dP Klirolhchev md Castto and tb« trouble ^^ eause 
just by bemg ^ve. I dcm't wanta hear any nwrc lAwot ^at we 
stawld do in C^ba. Russia baf«s me to tears. Rmsian ch^«n, I 
k^p hearing, are ahead of us «tt pQrfi*u^ and 
^e« as well m physics. Maybe m. At this time of 
y«ff I ^st (kmt care. I betcitt a bvacuSk tfiat the 
men in Russia are tired ci hearing abott it too. 
At least die southern Russians, who— ttc dl 
men— are interested in girl-Wawhing t«>. The 
Russiwi damtt have pi^^bly Acd th<^ miser- 
sbte ^rkas and arc stfMliaf amit to fte sunshiiie 
just fike the AmericaA Ames. 

f m tired tf KfcNanmra and Rusk.. I ^xmH wante 

heaif aftout M«^. B<*by Keimdy got hhn wkI 

that's fliat. I don't care if LBJ and all his fwnaJe 

ySl*s are in Texas or Wa&hingtc*. The wrrying- 

on of Little Bobby iaker inter«ts me not. 

Next rtiottA #e wild to the money to imM Sim -s^mf wttl 
squander it like it is going out of style. I realize that this is so, bat 
1 don't want to think atoot it r^t mm, fhave other thii^ on my 
feeble mind. Thtop like surmrtcr ifrcs»s^ short shcwts, pretty girls, 
(X)oi bree»^, warm afteraoons, mU ccnmm, sport ahiets, ao sto^* 
ingSi female wkhcMil wwrcoats, wfa>l»i^bd ladks, fewer dun^ la 
slacks, and all that.i^ 

Soon we will have die next installnmit. Swimming pools, bath- 
ing suits, bikini^ s^w hats wi4k imi tai&, ptet^ woaaen walkiag 
on ^ bead) «M sU thc^ nici si^. 

The world is a mess and Pve read all abort it. I just wdnta 
thmk about dam ' '' Jom n^T? 



KASIiN BACiGMftAT, 

The d^d ^ ttia salt if to 
take tiie ^pasttkws to the elwve 
alylad dmroa cum m Mareh gf , 
IMi a« •» kiw of IfeM e( 
Bry^ 4 aro^f^ tm Uakto 
itead. Pi^Mrionl JWUiag, ^^ 

And m affkterM havhiv been 
mada aad m tiwt tiia delMiaat 
iaa noMMitait of Om \ 
Vk^iBie, te M knwn p^ 
Mm ai#MS'h«M^||l 

pm hm i#riii ttt im 4m 

^ whi^ ntty be MWMffy tepa- 
teci h^ Maiest^ ttto ai^ 
A caMMOsita.* 
JOHN V. TEmmSS, (Mik 
By: MW^ M. 'Wim DC. 
tKVDdte 4 motlMS, p.e. 

mrginia B^Al, Ttfginia 








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— wrvlng lt» 

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In rtw 

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CLEAN 



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TAX RETDMS NEE0 
CORRECT 



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Oeoitialttilett ^. of lleael)law|t 'dtsMa ol fBievaiH^ end »^e»& 
BapiM Oarn^. &irial will be^tietion procedures. Mr. ^tovd 
in Roawood UteMnal Park. The Thainas. NALC SU: 



£unily wiU 
of Floyd T. 



at the home ; tor 

of leis 



CiffiSAPIEAKE - Ru^ bid- 
a^Gbikoe, W, of 4«M1Me- 
fMidance Blvd.. New CaM, DaU 
^d ia Wihoto^M GeiflMI tt» 



Tiotpayers livinp'ir. 

mTki shoui;! 1 il 

rwqnre returns m tm.. "lu&tfirt 
i)i«ctOT of ifti^ttaj RavDnue, 
Rktonond, Va.^ tl^. 

Mr. S 11 

year in-, ox re- 

RaRimnre carriers were assistant : turn*-- are iacarred 

i^iiauelors. Such returns must bo 

flij^ from liiis area werajsoiiea and forwarded to Ihe dis j 

_ - au^om, Jr.. Presidwrt.Htriot office etftare the return*! 

19, Virginia ■ 'rouU\ have been f;lod in the 

<^ Mbin, Jr., Sacreui^^iurst pjace. Hus takes time. It 

mmr F wmm. Assiitlint Sw^j delays tha praceiamg of returns 

j^i A. Giilikuid and Phi^ I and the Jasuaace ef any refunds 



for Maryland anj a .(Ci;.i, ^i , 
were assistant' 



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MSTWARD HO-DAD! 



Wffm§am 

Sun fbere ire stiH Mne ho- 
dadtt a term u^ in deacritMnt 
a pSf^to aurfer wfio owni a pres- 
tige ^aftk^ plays the r^, M|d 
acts in an aaua delinquent man- 
ner, on tfie West Coast. This ii 
not a surfy sunnise, tmt a candid 
opinion after a three month stay 
in ScmAem Qtlifornkk Itenki 
to Uie United 9Mm tetti As- 
■ooiatei and Am thovwom of 
dediMM wrfert in <^ttniMa 
the Towily, unfavorable element 
has Ixen ^eatly redu^d. 

There are MMne estimated 
100.000 people in California who 
pray to Kahum the wave God 
and thrill to tl^ fun and the 
challenge diat a wave holds in 
st(M«. There are some estimated 
250 surfers in the Virginia Beach 
area who are addicted to this 
king of the water sports. Mos! of 
these hwrty hooters would rather 
have the surf up then inherit coin- 
age galore. 

From the moment my retinas 
scrutinized the potent Pacific I 
was cai^vated^ the super surf 
and ic«nery. Toe rocky coast 
with its cliffs and coves was a far 
cry from our flat, sandy coastline. 
The^ rocks and reefs, plus a 
more favorable geographical lo- 
caticm fcH* receiving swells and 
surf, really make a terrtfk differ- 
ence. In most cases the waves are 
better riiaped, faster, and the 
rides much longer. The m^iocre 
surf would be dam good for the 



'steel 



s^en and this 



WE BUY — SILL — SWAP 

HIRTZ BAZAAl 

OPEN f to 9 4M-9IM 

FURNITURE • APPUANCIS 

ANTIQUES 



coast. Muff a (by I was "toot- 
iagf* fc«wy o^w ««ve» AtA 
many (rf Ae Cmllf orniaai 
w^ibil leave iMd lor. 

Tbe wtater wator in Sourtiem 
OMMnM gm dewn m the mid- 
^ mi low SO'i, which is htirly 
|r%ki, but warm <»mpared to 
our vnam surf, it's hard to believe 
Hm some of our polar bear re- 
lated, st^M) swallowers har^e 
b^a "h^^ ten" with a froien 
frin durlf^ the winter. Ma<#e 
die thriH out ck)es the chiU? 

It was a freat pteasure mA aft 
unforgataMa axperwice to Mrft 
my D.O.S. wliile in the land of 
•un and fun. These little tnitiili 
stand for Doctor of Ding Surgery. 
For those readers unfamiliar wU^ 
stoke scrijM and turn-on tenna, a 
ding is a break, twsh, <k»t, or 
cut in a surfboard. Believe me, 
there is much dandy dingiiig 
thanks to the ubiquitous rocks A 
reefs. We repaired many com- 
pletely lHt}ken in half boards, as 
well as such "curling" catastro- 
I^ies as knocked off fins, mw- 
gled n(»es, bashed in raUs (Ae 
sWe of a board) and one that a ' 
rabid seal took an ocean n(Aion 
to bite into. Patdiii^ is o^d 
skilled labor which covers more 
than the average layman realizes. 
My two and a half monAs work- 
tag in Hobie's shop in Dana Point 
wUl remain always in my mental 
notebocri^. 

During our clandestine coffee 
breaks at Hotoie's, I would wit- 
ness at least ten'atKl on weekeiris 
hundreds of various and suncky 
boards pass by on top of or stidt- 
ing out <rf everythii^ from an an- 
cient herse with morbid murals 
on its exterior to ittw Cadillacs. 
The vehicles that drive down to 
^m sea are the most colorful, 
diverstfied, and in some cages 



V^y • 1*1^ A)NmME, l^td^^Mth 



TWO-AAIL RUSTIC FENCE 




ARTISTIC -DURAILE 

N« Bpkeap lefid^vd let tiiJa lo^'life fenea. Tlia 
iMigw it agea tka mon beantiM H ba^uaiaa. Etajr 
te inatia Full inatractieiw ftei^haiL 



BILL MACDOflALDS 

BIRDNBCM NOAO 

Vii Beach Lonlier & Supply Co. 

'Iwinber and Plywood cut to tiza" 
iif l H sMs CoolraclMi aid CmifwUn 

OA 8-2981 

OrtiN SATURDAYS - AU DAY 

HARDWARE— BUILDING MATERIALS 
Bettor HomM and Gardont Icfoa C«nt«r 



mf 



dog «p htm tta |ra¥e to f«e a 
bearer of boards. 

jfl CalifCMiila tte Mrf thops 
are staffed by sutfen with a 
knowledge ei surfboards. ThMe 
shops also k11 ooiy Mtfwg nif* 
trftes and ae^Kaartca, whonNU 
KKne of tl^ EMt Coa^ "plank 
(Hulien" cater to gardening 
neads, automobile extrtt, fisli^ 
tackle and other twA uwala^ 
artttles. Believe me, no W»t 
OtMtt "hooter" would rtok reach* 
BM f«- wax and gett^ a hand* 
fuU of tacks. 

I had tke pleasure to watck 
m(Mt of the t^ tum-ons of the 
surfing world and was amazed at 
their hot-dogging dexterity. Their 
two-feet fwts would seem. Im- 
p(MsH)le in aam cas^. They love 
the sport a^ ride every chaiKe 
they get when not in Khool or 
wolfing. 

Vm sure nuuiy oi Ae surfers 
here would improve quite a bit 
if tiiey were able to ride ttio more 
contMant, thapeliCT, ^)eedier 
waves; for rt»te elMMits ^ay 
the bigger part in pnffecting 
[ one's style. 

Many ol Uie oppMite coasten^ 
&tt ^tting real curkjus about 
East 0)ast surf. Thereftire, I feel 
they will pass mMy fiaA Coasten 
this summer and future snmmers, 
who are anxicnis to ^uiple the 
super surf erf Qillfiwnla. 

Having travelled the lengthy 
lane tfiat links East and Wes^ 
may I offer some hooting hints 
to those who may embark on tl» 
epitome of surf surfaries. 1. 
Drive trouble-free car. 2. Take 
much money. 3, Go Quality 
Court. 4. Dm\ ttaOc with In- 
dians in rural reservations. 5. Be 
congenial in tlM curls and you'll 
make friends as well as *hot sa^ 
tbns. ('Critical part of an ape- 
shape wave.) 

In order to give the East Coast 
the benefits of a West Ck»5t sail 
sIk^, Bo^ Hollaml and myself 
are mmhtgKm with MMne dry land 
duties and preparii^ to op^ our 
22nd St. suif ing hea<kiuarters on 
March 2(^. m will have avail- 
able Hobie MKfboards, wetsutts, 
skate boards, car i^ks, and a 
cx)mplete line of surfing goodies. 
Plus my D.D.S. experencc will 
be most anxious to^ iota action. 
So, when ^ Hoke iMig bitM 
and you have surfi^ drwmi at 
\ m^ts, just sleep enou^ i» hm« 
the energy to make it to the only 
West CcMst furf shop In Vlrgteto 
Beach aiul surrboimr^ statM. 
Just leu us Kahuna sent you. 

Little Leaguers 



FLAZA — The Princess Anne 
Flasa Uiiie lieague iHH gat ite 
season underway with a meeting 
miA registration of phy«r« to- 
nlgA and leam try-out Sstufdty. 

Tim LMtite Lei^^ member^p 
vlU meet at 8 p.m. irt Lynnhaven 
^neniiry ^;feooi. 

iftt>gress reports will be given 
to tta Board of Di^«ctor8 and 
PICO'S may register at the conclu- 
^n of the meeting. 

Ute team try^Hits wiU be heU 
at the Lymdiaven School Athktic 
Held Saturdta^ from 12:30 to 4m. 

Pbyers nay also register pri<»- 
to ttie try-outs. 






1? 



O^mg fi^i§mg huk 




^»^ O^Brten, (iie Mdlar ^mvm quvt^Hback ctf te Eastern 
Distrkt Chami^on Prk^^ AflM l%i Scteel CImMe faotfMll 
team* has ti§^ a srai*-ia^ud wMt the U^mi^ tl K* 

aiRl films to^iroD in tte faUKwi SoudI tad hMMbi-. 

fall. Notrt Damn Co^rfa Ara Nn^ian amm to ViMil fieadi 
WadB«day night to sipi <M]e of tte mSM fMtai^ Ml Khooi 
prfmi in the Nation. TIm; new Notre Dim^ coach hM t^ yowig 
(TBrhm, his patents ami several ni«nh«« of tito BMre Dame 
alumni group at an iitfcMtnal diner Wettesdav nq^^tt Princess 
Amm Pfaza. ftneghian fomi«rly orndt^ at Nor^MmRena Un* 
versity where tte developed a great panilK am in T^my M^s, 
Parthian exiffesied tta belief that on his high Kteol 
Yooi^ 0*B^ coQid b^xnne one of tte country's ootst 
college players within the next two ywn. Tte Md 
seen^ del^hM that O'Brien had select Notre Dame. 




DUKE OAME ON VTMt 



SiK 



NORFOLK -NEWPORT 
NEWS— JCw^ulng its <»vorafe 
of tfw Duke Bhse Devils* ptofctu 
toward the NCAA OmtpkHh 

mVY TO AIR 
SEBRmCIMCE 

WAVY Radio (1350) will air 
the fonious S^Hlng 12-hour Efe- 
duraace Rms Anct fmm Sfe^ 
bria^ t%>rfii i4 Sat^#ilaT 
(March ^1) be^ii^ It 9:10 
a.ffl. 

tkit IHe annually attr^ts tic 
top national and international 
racti^ drivers wfao will be eom- 
petifig for honors and the coveted 
Alitalia trojAv. The event is list«i 
as 12 of the hardest Icmgest r^ 
ing hours in the v^wld. 

WAVY's coverage will begin 
with the pre-«ce activity and 
throughout ^ race at ftfteen 
minutes before and fifteen min- 
utes after each iKmr fcMr quarter 
hour durations. The coverage wUl 
concise with the post rms 6eT$- 
monies ^heduled for 9:45-10:K} 
p.ra. 



ship, WTAR RkUo wiH brdad 
^ut &m Duke-MMrigan C^Me 
Nnns bom Kansas. Qity,Mitsoafi, 
Friday »^ Heglanhig it S^lo 
p.fn. 0*^^ time) 

No ^a^r 'what the eu^oie 
<rf this cl^, WTAR Radio wiU 
broadcaM Ae fmals on Saturday 
ttlgjit. Air time has not baaa 
esiabliahed by the NCAA offt- 
ilils, but the champioifidiiip gamio 
will be broadcast hve from Kan- 
sas City. 



Warn mm friuai 

liTTLE OSaSEK — Tb« Ml 

a^ at «w Ntv# AaipSSittK 
m top cmmm^ far buttt |b 
M Atteitic n«et Boxiai Taatiah 
ttMtlMttle ttavugb ttettyr* ^- 
togaaiskeroflbe 



il6 



t!be smoker is open to (>• 
fc ttid will begin «t 7:3r 
ip^ HiH gymmaum. It w 
fii^ of 10 to 15 bmia. 

Thia, will be the final smottar 
beUxce «ha AUntic riMl l^iutt 
BWDt, which begins April 1. 



KIARD$.»K^ 
mSTCKK 

CUSTOM AM^ELS 
21 DAY DEUVBIY 



SURFBOARDS 



CUMfOAm 

LAMINATBI^^ 
WICK 




mw BHN6S0IDAT 



^ BAR* FOR 



im 




COMEINfiK^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH HARDWARE 

329 \^^IIA BfACH MYD. *• PNdNB «Bi^ W JEPF mm, 



MM 



rii 







SU^m^ ^wAtf, t^m^ If, 1^4 



Mire aiwiMr Dance 




^.-tptetcd for «• f|^ iwn 
J ^H ui m *• 

mteuc Center, Gra^ St, ft«« 
K^pm. ttnta 13:» »A MMk 
Th« DeboMte." 

vWi He fNttlanuA. 



Swaap 



Ghib 



iMiHaMt. tlw priM of ndi^- 
mm tt #40 pw ewfrie, iadud- 



Chareb CIrvles 
Meet This Week 



>£ — The Uke Joyce 

\ dab met Wedneeday. 

\l, et 140 pm. St the 

Mrs nmcr G. Heck, 

Oriv« 

"in** speaker al the me^- 

-^ Ctpt. R. W Cross, who 

^ides of the DIht^ 

Memben were MipriaM 

< 'cned of the beautifd 

tTHi flowers that tft 

. :iiA ciw voi£a lu nok) its •!!• 

•^ Gfwn f^le. fridasr and 
Iq. D«c 1 and 19 

a al the front 
ire. Btyaide 

•Ui* ShoMi Garden Club 

"^•"sofeeienti and iwrti' 

•dimiu and awarded 

4u the follMrtftg: ICn. 

f^^^f.^tti, Mn. Bmer O. 

M. Parter, Mrs. C, 

u*. H. F. Rhod«t, and 

Seay 



._„_ #« ttie ^na are iww 
^ ate M ftittivu*i Gtui^ tt., 
1^^; Aitt^e*fl BflM^ ^kk», 
f UliH w IMve, AmU's t.V. awl 
H^iinn AiMo Stores, ItobWw 
<Mnv. An^M «Ming fmtter 
taM»itton is aatod to <aU Mrs. 
II. 8. flM^, <taMe ^alriMn. 

WllfflERS NAMED 
AT OCEAN pm 

BAYSEDE — Mrt. W. H. Twi- 
f oM, pi«*J^ rf ^ Oo«n fttfk 
WeMBi'i Clofr ^m voy imch 
pleiied wKh ^ AvwN tint (1m 
cltri) mada al the WtmtiM Dis- 
trict MMtmg. We^Hd^f, Ita^ 
il, M lim lionti^lo H^ in 
m^OL ^e <a* «iwi a^mded 
0m ^An^m Mmu in te var. 
Ms^tfMta: Mptii^acAb- 
gemk Ih*' VmI Mien. Uue; Oil 
Ml^^ mAmitim t^UUMMl 
^5^. 1^ 0. D. Itedi, Mm; 
inter ^, Ma P. «. ttwWt, 
red; Mental HaMh Sm^tedi. 
Mrs. H. E. He^ nA; 0«tf^^ 
free form, Mn C. J. H1U». tw 
ribboM red and y^ow; itand- 
vrork, bedspmd, Ito. S. B. Ev- 
ei^ yaUow: and taMid<«h, Mn. 
D. P. Onham, Uw. 



drc^ of the B^MM ^MMn 
C^nA wiU be maattm «to 
wMk M f^tows: Cirde Mo. 4 met 
Momky m^ Itoch W, lA IM 
pm. ^ ttw tane of Mn. Ri^ 
Ccrte, on ft^ry Rwd. Mn. Ire- 
Mta Herbert Is the circte ^der. 
Mw. J. P. Morgan pw a "hook 
review" Tum^ rooming, March 
17, lA 10:» p.m. I* tJ» church. 
T1» b^ Ae review^ ws on 
Ifoim MMon Study. 

Circle No. 3 n»t Tuesday night 
U 8:00 p.m. with Mrs. Irw» 
amito. «i HoUli Road. Mn. 
§ay^ to Uie circte ^der. 

Circto No. 2 tm Wednesday 
tt^, Mn-ch IB, ^ 8:00 p.m. wRh 
Mn. Apies IHidtey, on ^eWon 
Drive. Mn. Dudtey Is Uie Circle 
iMder. 



Hat Show ll CMi Project 




BAYSI^ — The Baysid 
Junior Woman's Club gave a 'Hat 
mm" iw9^ *hffch 10, at the 
^rtde ChriJttan Church for the 
benett of their "Scholarship 
J^nd.*' 

•nie hi^ were by L. Snyder's 
DeputewM Aore aodCtat Mkm- 
iiW Mte aarved as nwd^t Mrs. 
A. r. W^ and Mrs. Willtom An- 
^min, Ctoean Puk W«nan's 
®ib; 1^ Rwton TNrtterd and 
Mn. Ofiydon O. Au4^, Cape 
Heniy Wwran's Club; Mrs. *e 
ft. Dtwtm and Mr^ J^m mm^ 
Priaoeai Anne Junior WonMn'i 



,»n Powen and Mrs. 
Etveiig UhlenbTOGk. Cheiapeake 
Beach Woman'a Ctub; Mn. W. 
F. Barnes and Mn. J. K. Scar- 
boraugh, flay*de Junior Woman'; 
CtablMiw Kris Woodard. Old 
Dominion College, Judy Hudson, 
Cox Junior High School, Martha 
itam Gmm, BayUke Pines 

mn. ny^Bim Umimm i^vid^ 
(he muile and «1H H<na Ute De* 
potmenit uodar ttn. R. A. ^^ 
nM and Mrs. T. % Burmlto 
wan ^ttnw «f ^ ^^- ^^ 
Mmmtm WW 0vm toy 9b%. 

NintlMbi. 



him tobuy Unl^ ^SaV^tof^i«*i»»fck - ,t tfw p« ^ « « ^iip my m 
School. WItfi tlM f^ ^mp pm^ tel wm^ a m^m ^ W^ »« *^^V 
Astr««to. ^m fcW * J«te AWcmwt. to ^W h» to ^ *« firrt tov^ ^V ^ 
week. «^ ke^ «^y^ mm ^fi^ ^^ d fcfci Murtip « a^wwea. 



CI* 




^TiRMITiii 
WORK ALL Y^Ufl 



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Hwaaha 


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TO XMRr US IN OUR 
NIWMMMI 

3104 AICTIC AVE 




3id ANNIVERSARY *t« uigM hwwi 

Of DBiwcno?r 
MfMAY 






GERANIUMS 



.i&.il I— 



i 



mw^ BODING PLANTS-^5ARDiN SUW.IES 

iAAt: Arrcccr\DtP«L A>J1 GIFTS 



- THi ViASEYS - 

HOUSI AND OAltOEN SM^, N^. 
Ampb OH StfMt Paridng 



eir 



»a Mn. 

TTO- 



-;|U« 



)aear Good, 

tethodiat 

'iBswlBg 

ices 

.i&y uight, 

ns tiuougb 

held at 

mgm ai rJSO pjn. 



ANNOUNCING THE 0mm9 m 

SMITH & HOLLAND SURF SHOP 

YOJ CAN I^W HAVE AU THE BENEFITS OF A 

^^mm m^ <xmi ajftf mc^ without 

r^lVir^ 3,W) Mll^. THKE IS A STOKING SaK- 
DN OP H^Bie SURFWARDS FOR THC^ WHO 

RE ENOl^^ TO mm the bbt i. a i(x^ uniof 
SURFING oc^mm Bmi M BATWiNG mm (mAle 

EAAALE), cm RACKS, «<ATI ^AW)S, WET SUITS, 
FTC. SEEfNQ IS BftlfVII^ A BUYING NOT TRYING. 

iMni <m%f Tralntd 'Wl«» ^«T<«r' 

. On Duty M Soirol Repttr* 



FIOM 
VmUMA BEACI 

TO TIE 
EitSTERN SnOM 



flnbr » f^e Owning, 
NextMmih 
q The . . . 




CHESAPEAKE BAY 
RIDGE TUNNEL 




l^aci 



Publish a Souvenir Edition Telling The 



Story in Words and Pit 



of the 



>d 



oaturday 

,ACH — Tlie 

Cfaapter of the 

AaaodJtioa wiB 

t 11:30 «in. A 

or wlU be foOowad 

a tour of Use Dam 

nUaltabon and Ifii- 

1 are aihed to 

Lrigbtley at 



msumM^^^ 



CRUMPY'S 
THE RED COATS 



ATIATE 

- Robart 
77 Dearbonft 

>11e«e 
adfli' 



tiMTOII] 

WM^^M^UJIKIN 

• Ctellc^i «t C^dc«d BARBiCUE 

a^M« HMmm^ hot do(^ 

• STEAK SANDWI01B 
Ml^tf AST SffiVro ANYHME-C^^J YEAR W^JND 

CRUMPY'S 

NMM aarf MUNHC, VA. l^tfM, YA 







lAingest Bt^e Tu^f^ in the World! 



This gentle wigU^WffW^ proiert will csmrwct Virglrwa's Etttem 
^Kjft wirti #!• 9r««r Ik^^vf f»r •«» ^^Mt om t^rmmm of this Md^ 
tuni^l awr^^ locate w tM grwt iww Qly erf Virginia Be«*. 

Twotunnals, taeh nrwr* than a mile loi^, art a part erf the grwt 
Chesapeaio Bay BrW^TunneJ. The tunnels will aHcw ample clwrarwe 
for tN largwt ocean veu^. In addition to the two tunnels tMre will be 
fcwr fMn-made islai^s that will link ^m ttmnels wi* werwater te^idgei. 

As a tribute to this great pro|«3t the Virginia B«Kh &jn-Nw>^» will 
puWirfi a sp^lal Chesapeake Bey Brlt^Tunnel ^ltk« early t^ year 
priw to »»e official caning. We know M% editlw wtM giw an ip^ht as 
to what «n be exf^cted of the mpm on the arw's <^Kwmy and future. 



K» FURTHER INI^tMATK»J CONC^#« ADVERTISING 

IN THB <XJTST^^IDttW EDfl^ CALL m V^TE THE 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NE^, CA 8-2401. 



T 



Vitw Of 



^^Rmkw 



, Is h ponMte dial too much 
mi^uk ii bm^ diTKMd to- 
wild te ^^^?pmvtli »nd 
progreai tt me mm city dt ^"\r- 
jfimi Anwh ^ ^ littk for the 
picmii be^uiii^ of Ms coni- 
raunlty? 

hiitorical tore tow m in^mina- 
ble cbftm^m in tte ^loit of 
Mrs. V. H^e Ktllim. Lcmg- 
time res^Mi k^w rf Ais 
okarmiiig 1^ wlw h« spMI » 
food ^rtjon ^ her We Mvh^ 
into the histtwy of PrtJ^w Anm 
^>unty Mid VirpBia Beach. To 
the new^OBier, let It be known 
tiiat ilw }s aiM> a nationaliy tm- 
i^ked wu^Mity on tlw pewr- 
vaticm oi ths htstork^sl M^ i^ 
restoratmn of antiquhiM. 

&fa|e WM dw fiuM ^ honor at 
m r^ant luwtemwM^ of t)» 
YWCA LitdiM M^ ^HlmlMt 
church, t^ ^ ^lighM the 
meoibm witfi htf inf«rad di«- 
custion <» hcM^ of this are» 
and thepeiMne wtm htd li%'ed 
tKen. Some <rf the hones have 
been ^«serv^ and oth«« have 
long since tumbled 6omn. 

^e was iwt native-bMn to t^ 
«rea, but soon afM her marriipe 
Hv^ in Norfolk. Pi^«nt tr^ 
l»y auto into PriMws Asm t^ 
ki iurroundinp locm arouKd a 
©wisuming interest to know all 
about' the hit^. ^rohi^ the 
records and d^n^ ^^ into the 
past, she ^ciSd to mt it d-mn 
for future pneratwM ^^ation. 
Her book **0W Ho^ in ftin- 
cess Anne Vinhia" contains in- 
disfHitabte fadis alMMit te ordinal 
families and' the hoiMi aM 
ehttichet Aey 1»ik. V«i who are 
hmrmttd in the past will find 
1 fjtett deal of help in Ikt book, 
m she may be conwltcd by phone 
(464>38l$) nmkday nofalBgi 
and a pmoMl e^erMK^ «*>> 



CAYCE STORY RE-TOLD 
SPIRITUAL QUEST 




iJii,- -LjiT i gn t \ ^-L. v M-.m- , *imuyn 



ttpi 



MRCmiABEACH SUN- NEWS 

«wivtNa TNI WORLD'S ui^isT tttCNrr orr 

VIW5INIA BEACH, VI!?GINIA, THURSDAY, MAROH 19, 1964 






^mmmi WMrARO. ty Hi^ 



Her iMxne at Baytide. 
fiiov^ Iwill in 1935, c«iW \x 
eiassA^ 8$ being a im^iration 
as many original strui^ral parts 
frnn cm hon^ have b^n in- 
MB Myartad Wa tti am^ctton. 

She lam«to the f«a that many 
Icvc^ facMMt <rf tiw ^^ hwe 
iMi|t ^to»i^ to bMome unlive- 
iBff*^^'tf ^plowWe cojdi- 
tim. "nm t^iW stuobling block 
to rs^mtim h» of «wr», in- 
♦ufTicient fun* Mere itoke must 
be Mii^luMMed wkh fiMiwiai 
Hid. A !ftw ftmaW haw been 
iMtunate mm^ to k^ve avalM 
ftmiMtves o€ restoiible iNmes 
9mi have cap^u^ ^ rcm^ce 
of yestei^ay with toAiy's modem 
liviBg. A^ at iffc^M tffli^, 
^y are pnM^'td(:^n theff 
homes to te groemi pwMK. 

"n^re are muay pAmsm whteh 
«houM be pmmmA tal will not 
be imtil interM^ cittens care 
enou^ to ^ tMi^i^ ^l^it tt. 

"Tlie chaiai tfiat h ^me^ 
AcM mn^ BcA be aMriflml to 
^■^^I'V Mb^ Mrs. Kellam, 

with «nph«is! 

« * • * 

VIEWPOINT— White itopli^ 
to mt»& tfximM abnit tfe ^t 
and to help you f^ tt« res^w^ 
biltty to p^rw wim wu, my 
ears are M^ yftn^ «^ the 
^isy twange ot tim |WBs«it— Ae 
|ani% tom*i^H« are Ustening to 
)te l@ipttii» « » it tte Vwm 
Clark 5? Whatever it Is, it it k»d, 
ti^tly ant of mm, apt wit^ a 
very dnnMAng tei^ h can not 
be ignored ... just like the 
agers themaelvet. Mwt aapii, 
teenagers are fufi: I like them. 
They are today 

l^e more teniui citizens ana 
tteir feelings for the niiirt snlcrs- 
dor of days ^one b) 
theiwiKKtalgia comes irur.'< .; lis.ic 
when fliey were young and f-ll 
of energy and daring to be 
ent too. It is easy to compre^enu 
why the pastoral past became the 
framic future. 

Find yourself in me niiuuic. 
This time in life you can under 
stand the yeamin'i of v* 
honoring old-fashioned lOc. 
it is a busy bridge to be ot 



MMt (wMMta of VUgnti 
Bemh tavt ^Mrtd ^ te^ a 
«wtt«rlng of infwmttion cwi- 
mtuag Om Ule of Idgar Cn^ 
whe to many y«w Uwd bwi 
uang Wi aiiptti^r cWrvoyMt 
powew for ^ *tt»m of ^m. 

'n» story ^ thl« nm't iWMty 
to comecUy ^^Me ttt ailments 
of ptfMM vmf fltftu aw^f, and 
t« ^M^» ttMMneM while in 
Ammmmim^ Iwi received 

Mwr w^ecti of his life are 
Mt as «^ known, dtw perlMpi 
to the ^ptititm with which nwat 
of us am Wk^ to ^^t aich re- 
marfcabto Aittui. In "Ventore 
Inward", thi fcaowu iWcWc'i 
am, Hu^ l.ynn Cayw. fowises 
attention on tta iwreh fw ipir- 
itual and pvdtoIo^<»l Insights 
as m fortt in the elder Cayce's 

He M^te how mg^ Ci]^, 
betweat tta» ^IW9 of IMl and 
1M4, <tewtop«l his Bnusual 
iMUty to ^ aomnM ^mm» 
wUle "astecf " to ^e^toni on 
m^^^ nor^iSy VAMmllkr to 

M flrrt AM* "reat!^" dealt 
wia physical aili^nts e* n^trhy 
pati^ Btfere ha dted ^e 
"myitey mm ol Virgin* Be«A" 
tad tf^ UflOO re^Uip m a 
UHittiMe of rabjects ranging 
fitNn l^ttM^ml reteUons to 
tilt <»neept ol reinctfnation. 
Ci^iM of 14^ of ^m tave 
bma piwer^i in the WU^ of 
tiw Amo&tttim tor Ruai^i and 
Enll^tMMt i* vm a^ At- 
tain hmtm. 

Dl^^teg an «ita^<«dlntfy 
«IMr to fim o^)«@ttytly. even 
on M^y per«wal maMers, to 
ai^Mr fimply and lUiqpmoMte^ 



ntoM ^Mttm AMI ^ fl^tft 
wwk, ^^n letting «» iwdlnp 
speak to tlwDuelMS In r^ly. 

M|eni and often reUgious In m- 
tatfe. Vhroughout hit life, idfpu- 
Oiyof seemingly «r^ those 
with whom he «■» in contart to 



Home Economics Student$ Practice What They Learn 




HIMH LYNN CAYCE 



OFFICERS' WIVES TO 
m 5-YEAR m 



DAM ^m — T^,<HiAd 
Mi^M^^Mnl m^m Wm$ 

^ adM^ to « flw-year old 

lite We«i^ a MMft coiMte- 
tim totte Cjnttc Vltoi^ Founda- 
^m, mmmu^ at Ow d^'a 
OMM^ raffee «^ the Offioorg' 
<%b IMA u. 

l^jtiMW to iOa oiMt w«« 
Mrs. J. J. T*(^«m, Ifa. S. Q. 
Bltt and Mn. W. D. (^lite. 



SPECIAL SERVICES 
TO BE HELD AT 
SALEM NETHODIST 

The Sakm Methodist Church 
offus Ae following services dur- 
ing Holy Week. 

On TueMtoy, March 24th a 
ip«;ial service will be held at 
Salem Church at 7:30 p.m. 

The Sacraihent of Holy Coni- 
jfliuiMa} will te administered at 
7:15 ^m. on March 26th. The 
Safcwi OWr will render special 
music. 

On F^m Sunday, Man* 22nd, 
the caarfldatti for memberehip 
win unite with^Uie C%ttn^ The 
^rament ol Wwflam will te atf. 
nnin^^. 4^ soiior Choir wiU 
ling "Tta Priifts". ITiii scrvl<» 
is set tor 9:43 t.m. 

&MV iuflrn» Servk^ will be 
artito^ffl^Mvid^ ^«h at 5:45 
a.m. TTie Oe^ Ruritaft ^re 
«ponK>rin( an area-wide Eftster 
^nrhe Serviw. Salem meinbers 
wUI si^ « Ae cwmbincd choir. 

Tie ^^u BMtor Service will 
be at SiJteiB^nrch at 9:45 a.m. 
Ths choir wffl rer^r a specW 
aatfaem. 



•eek Mt only lAynal h«tHh tart 
iplrttwd pmiM ts well. 

It is to ttiii purpo^ that the 
author devotes tlw m(»t fruitful 
I»rt of his book, using his lather's 
statements as a gttWe to son» of 
the methods, boWi obwure and 
well-known, of c»tactlng the 
abilities that lie Mten in nun's 
unconadous mind. ■ 

The book explOTrt the trtdi- 
tiontl methods of hypnoUim and 
mediumdup in unlocking Uie un- 
conscious, tlwn plunks into the 
fascinating but KW»ti»es dan- 
gerous worWa of peyote, tS), 
autonatic writing, dtan^cs, and 
po^slon. 

The fin*l section .of U» book 
m«y prow of great vahie to some 
peo|^, as the author prasents the 
nto methods which emerge ^m 
Aft idgar Cayce readings helping 
nwn to Mek « closer relationship 
with ^ Go4* 

It nay be well to realiie that 
«ich methods including prayer, 
J nwditatlon and diet, did not ori- 
I ginate with either Edgar Ciyea or 
his son, Hugh lynn. Tlwsa tech- 
niques luiva h«n uMd tlvough- 
out nan's history, especially by 
mystics of the Christian, Buddhist, 
Hindu and other great religions. 
The value of this frejh ap- 
prt»ch to wch a quest is tJ»t it 
offers a mesaitfe ti»t is especially 
nested at a tinw «^en science 
and man are poised for an historic 
leap vtm «*w or, perhaps, an 
atomic n^WEBare. 

Qat dM« not have to delate 
EdjjNO' (^V^'i ahiV.Ues as a 
psychic to reiKignl^ ^e merits of 
the i^gtoua teaehings he j^iss^ 
along, and their lmpU<atlona for 
n»dem nun. 

— 9cft) &Mwln 



Meme Fmr Stmm Year's Work 



MRS. H. F . 

JOINS REALTY OFWCE 



VIRGINU EEACH - ' 
F. Perrenot has joiner 
sisdi of Goodman-Si 
Realtors to «*•■*'*' ^^' 
Bea<^ area 

Mrs. Perrettoi ,wbo iia* iieea uj 
the real estate iNisinesc benp fr>T 
tiie {wst five years, w 
vkMisiy aaaoeiated with K.eise> 





i 



Si. 



outgr* 

to vievr mc uispittya »»« > 

House. (BaWwin photo) 



lemen- 
jckncc display 
ng. Each class 
representing an 

>rtunity 
...,.„ =.,.d Open 



Church Group 
Haars Report 
On Missiops 

H^^A — A Wttgpe»ittaBal 
nnetii^ was tuM Sm^, "itmA 
i, rt 2 pm. to.St. ftan^ l^i- 
coptf l&wnt. lliii mating was 
Md la nm l^b^M Church. 
tl» VioB?. «» 909 Claj^on «. 
Cri^er, gave a dialed repffl* of 
the prc^wi of tl» MWon, A 
Vestry of ax nwn was etected fw 
1964 and building plans were ^ 
pla;^ and di^i^d. 

T^ Vesbynwn etec^l were; 
Uoyd W. Hill, Oorndd h. Brittii«- 
him, Peyton II Ovm, Ur^ 
^^npcttt, Sr., ftiul C. Whto, 
and Alton P. Stone, Jr. 

Mr. Alton P. Stone, Jr., Chair- 
nam of the touUding cwnmittt^, 
f^im a <tetaitod «iKn4 m Mure 
building plaw. TTwse plaM were 
voted «»ni»ous approwd by tl« 
communi<«nt8 prei^nt rt the 
me^i^. ft is hoped that con- 
^mrtton wiU ^t un<teway in 
Iby 11 not sooner. 

•Rie Vfftry heW its first meet- 
ing on Ti»«liiy, March 10, and 
elected ttie foUowing offioere for 

' chi^: Owd W. HiU„ War- 
u^n (Senior); Alton P. Stoa*, Jr.. 
Warden <l«nior); Donald L. Bnt- 
tingtam, 'fy&Mmt; Mrs. Law- 
rence Jta««s, Register. Trustees 
are ^k C. Rieger, Peyton H. 
Owen twl Kenneth B. ffewcome. 

Marine Airman 
a Dasorated 



mm AB. Korea— Aiman 
First Class Steward R. Gidley, 
ion d Mar^ Corps MajOT and 
Mrs. R(»t E. Gidley of 10 Bu- 
chanan St.^ Cherry Point, N. C, 
has been itecorated with the 
United States Air Force Com- 
mendaticxt Medal here. 

Airman OMley was cited for 
his merftwteis service while 
serving at ^w>kley AFB, Ata. 
He currently is a«ii^d to the 
6 3 14th Omwlidi^ Aircraft 
Mainlcnana Squadron here as 
an aerospaM ground ^lupment 
repairman. 

The airman is married to the 
former Jeanne C. Casper, daugh- 
ter of Marine Corps Major and 
Mrs. Van Hugo Casper of 7960 
Westgrove Road, Virginia Beadi. 

A graduate of Princess Anne 
t^igh School, Lynnhavcn, Va., 
the airman attended the Univer- 
sity of Alabama, He entered the 
Ah- ¥<xce m ivm 1961. 



Home «;onomics stucknts from the city's four high Khools— Princess Anne, Virginia Beach, Cox and Kellam— held their 
own with the mlKtory and civilian food experts at the Oilinary Art Show last week-end at the Alan B. Shepafd Civic Center, as 
proven in this lavish array of delicacies made by the girls. The Hawaian centerpiece in the forepwund todk the ^^ran<yij|y«ir? f - 
Kathy Nearman, a first year home ec student at Princess Anne. She alK) won a second ^ace 1m a butterfly cake, m/fjffl^ 
Princess Anne was another second pl«» winner. It was a great sh owing k» tlwM futuw homenaakers. jB^ Photo" 



SARAH TAPTISH TO BE HONORED 
WITH BLOOD DON OR PIN 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Sfrs, 
Sanh I^ptish will ^ tte elite 
raida of S-pUm thoA AuMrs 
when she is presented ^ donor 
pin and certifi<ato of appreciation 
mrdi 27 by tiie Vli^nta Bmh 
Oiapter, America B«d Cn^. 

The presentotira wM teke pla^ 



Point Wooda 
'.aagne Active 



WNOm ^MNm — The 
Point 0' Woo^ <3»le i^9» met 
bait week at Qiilera itore aHq>el 
and heard pngtmnnj^xis from 
various conunitteei. 

These reports ind^M Mmple- 
tion of tl» flagpole at tt» Vir- 
ginia Beach Boutewid «Mran(% 
and b^utific^on of the arw l^ 
Mrs. silly Munson and Ted Baa- 
ley, dttiman and vU^ chainran. 

The delay in ^ ^sspor^on 
of ttie l^gue. now hM^ up the 
acceptaiu» ^ ttaa aa« and a hsU 
of land to be donated by Uw- 
rence Goldrich for a playground, 
wisdismNM. . 

Raymond Pow«rs, chairman of 
the corporatton conraiittee, re- 
ported ttart the completton would 
be this montt. i 

A repMt WM awde on the un- 
animoia sup^xrt 0ven by all raai- 
dents of t^ community in op- 
posing a zoning clange request to 
allow a trailer wrt to be erected 
imr Point 0' Wwls. 



aA 5 |}.m. on that *^^ lAm 
the BloodmobUe makes a vtott tk 
the Virginia B«ich Rescue Squs^ 
HeadqpnrtMra, Are^ Ave. aiKi 
20th Street 

Mrs. 1^)tUi will ree^ ber 
pin and certi&Wte ^m Vlrfiiu^ 
Bmch P(»tmaster Joe Creaiwhite. 

Mrs. Lott Nelson, (Satowan <rf 
the local Wood program, had this 
to »iy about the forfiuxMniitf 
Bl»}dnx^e v^t: 

"When Vh*gltttt Beadi dtiaeia 
mark their caleirfars as a rwirind' 
er of the Bloodm(*ile vWt 0»ey 
will also note tb^ Marc^ 27 li 
Good Friday. It is m m^m 
prarticcf of n»ny penoM to re- 
Mw their faith during Unt 1^ 
the denial of some pffiw^ jritea- 
sure. Perhaps these people wlU 
t(A to further renew tM ft»lii^ 
by turning tlieir thou^rts to the 



iweds of tiw a<A a»l to injured 
who mm Aepewl' upon tiw #ft 
of lite tmm «^« thraigh tte 
dofia^B <rf l^od. 

•fftuMbedi of V^lala Beach 
i^idwte tef<» nMded Mood to 
Htve ttttir liy«i in the.we^a tfiKw 
the last irt* <rftoe BtoodraAto to 
Vir^nta Bcawb. to moit of tte 
battle to save a Ufe, the fi^ has 
bMn iraged and won. In oO>^s— 
sadly science affil me^^ tave 
iwt y«t dis^vtfid ^ m$^ 
door to life. But— in that l»ttle 
to atw a Ufe l^wd tea beea tte 
ma^ medicine tiiM 0ves Qie 
do^or tl» tmmttnlUon to tt^ 
on im baate. "nwre la aiii#» a 
war on to ^tve Uv»." 

Blood don«« win be tr^tod to 
a lundi of toasted l»rf*N|ue, 
Smithf ieW ten awl cheeae msA- 
wi<*a. 



Hew ikenti 
Fee 
la Annoi 



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RICHMONF 
of Motor Vehivtvs «>iMiy,y> 
schedule of n^w license ff 
fective March 15, l**f 

CX most interes 
car ownen is the uocreai. 
ol $15.00 
v^e^ing If 
Th<^e cars thJt w( 
4,(X)0 pounds arc 
a license fee d $20.( 

Comparabk increases 
wnse fees have been m; 
crther categories (»f "joto 
d^ including 

f^ of $17.()0, will. » UUi !■»', 

trwks proportionately higher 

In addition to the' above, th^ ■ 
will also be a new title fee ui 
$5.00. A avpplemental lien tkie 
will now have a fee of S5.tX)also. 



Juniors Display District Awards 



THREE SiPICES AT 

mmm church 

BAYSBP« — Iftf^od Mettw- 
diit Church las rttrt«l a third 
Worship Servto i* 8:30 a.m. for 
each Sunday, CWr^ Sdiool wn- 
tinues wWi a dwl ichedule pxv- 
viding f^mes for all age gRNi^ 
at 0:4S a.m. aM iB daS^ien^ 
clasiM m tfowigft a^emth grade 
again *t'llK» sjtt, Therc is m 
aduM ^m for i^ hour. Tte 
M^wdW Yout* feBowA^ 
grouitt lor aeveattJiwde «P *** 
at 7 p.m. ^ch Attidiy. 

Mn^'are w^^ne lo fi^^ 
tlMW fW^Des. 




fwoi of their awards, the» members ot the V^i» ^*-i^^ ^«p 

<Mh Aott tlw handiwork that woo howws at the re<^ T^walK^^^tt 

tJt to ri^t^Mrs. Vernon Haieycutt. Jr. dU^y t^ ^ff^, wh«h ™ 

^ y^ Gamage shows SUver P«s^ ^?*J^^^K^ 
v^^AtaoB^t her a first place ms^.'m^t^^tt^^^^ ^ 

wK ft* ^uce in knitting and cro<^ti^. Pre«*oc* awr<to aclw^ l« ^^ 
book twanlpcMenled by the &valkr Junior Womm Ctab. (B«Hwa |*«o) 




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.. -March 25Ui 

«!>> KJian^ High 

ftHty voicet 

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MiM Beveriy 

>inu> MetlKxlist 

jrhiuvday wili be set 
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9:45 a.iB.— ■Suod^r Sohool 
11:00 ».m. Umin Wonfe^ 
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10:00 a4ii.— ClMif 

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nAiMMKmoiwr 

Piaa Ava^A Mk^ftMHhtiKi 
WW* •• «• GanMt vaiiaF 
9:45 t.m.— Sunday Sciiool 
10:45 141).— Wol^if) 

FOUNDRY MBTIKXMfr 

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9:45 «.in.— OMNh 

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11:00 ajii.— Motiiiat >MinMp 

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Oraat Nadc llotd, OeaMM, Viu 

9:45 a.in.—C(«Mrch Sdioal 
11:00 •.m.— Moffuistt l^oiit 
7:30 pJn.<^Ya«di 



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BayiMa A Bay Sbora 
9:45 a.m.— M«fiilai WooMp a«d 
ll.'OO a.in.-^gll WQirf# and 




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9:45 %jm.—Omrd% 

11:00 ».in.— J 
7:)0 p4n.— Youth 




LVNNHAVCN MKIHQMn' 
CHi'RCH 

Uttb N^ Matt 
Ka?. Hmhm G. Hobla, 

9:45 4M«.-~aiuich Sctwol 

il:15 




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WTHiNASAflD4B 

S, C^rt NoMtt^OgaM. V*. 

9:45 •m.-A^ff^Kool 
10:45 «.aii.->M««t^ IWenUp 

mAWEL . 

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. _ Jaaa Mni.«Pri. 

tM pjL— WJay i a tA all i S««Iom 
10:00 a4k~<Sat.<M)^ Strvica 
1.-00 «.m.— Arvkap thmday 

IMMANUKL LbTHBUN 
OWLJRCH 



25th 
7:30 




Cl]wgqgw IJipp Cytaii 

KawMflk A* oiaai PmIw 

9t}5 *»,~4»mdk Sdwnl 

10:30 «.in.— WoffAip Scnica 

(Nuratiy ilar pra^cteol dilldfMl 

doriai wanbip) 

BVANOIUCAL UnHEIIAN 

(»URCI| at HM GOO SHEPHnD 

AtiaA aad tith Stnct 

RaVa iNaBBaB W« laplaf 

9^45 Mi.H^«rA Spimi ««4 



LWINBAVIN . 

mwraRiAN aivRcs 

9:45 a-m— ChmA Mhool 
11:00 a.a^~Morttat WtN^ip 
6:}e p^~^yw£^' 
6:30 pjm.-~nomm f> 
7:30 »jB.-^v«^ W< 




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9:30 a.n.— WoiAJp 
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nMT manrnmuN c3Rjmb 

NcMs Ammw at tWk Stem 
9:45 a^n.--Ghwfk Sdtarf 
11.00 •.«.— Mor^ WaiMp 
6:00 pm. YoH^ fitkn 
7:)0-IM 



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CALVAiv nuwnrraiAN 

cmmm 

I%A flNvMb MaaMdu Norfoft 

E. Cl«i*ai ^d^Mriat 
9:43 A.m.— dmnh Mfool 
11:M ^m-Msmlm WorMp 
6:30 »A.^Wba^>toto Mbmliip 
6:W pua.— W p nea r Mkwi^ 
6:30pA— Yfl^l Panpli'i Fa ll ow - 



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9:« AJtf .--Suaiiy SskaSl 

11:00 A^. 
'7:M AM. 



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mnHjob — OoiMi 
D. Bdhiri ft^ 

9:45 UM.- 
11:00 

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IMt a. Mi BMBTAva. 





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«4n..«nd il %jm. 
CIWfcA Schoal Car a t«i growK: 

9:45 t«. 

S«a«ta mmmjl €hm»i Sdwit at 

MSSUtYtetH FMNuMMp: T v«t 
7tti.lSmtM 
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felMMlaiy SoboolT 

9:M *.m.>-|kMai|^y Skbooi 
IIM ».tp. Mwrait INtonUp 

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iMT. #• E. iaMNaa» niw 
9:45 LIB.— Sunkl^ School 
11.-00 ajn.--ManiBC WorMp 

Jliilia Bl egMiaia ry SBhoBl 
■rvfeil ■» SlHMbMaiMi' 
MO a4B.--Alonter IMMFMip 

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uNfriD CHURCH 

Onwyapllnml ChrisHui 
Oiw* Nadc Roari mar Store Ik, 

■av. SMiNjk^VMlpt 

11:00 iuiB.~''lMinM( l^onnip 



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SdkMA 
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10:30 a.n.— WteaUp 
Nwaefyairril 

niSNIM iKETING 

(QuaM 



9:45 a.in. 
IIKW auflft.-4(< 

Wftwali iiiii 



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OOMM 

Halt. 0. Ftfyitoa, Paatar 

9:30 a.in.--Suniitey Stibocri 
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tbortB Mva'aad O nrnmA ttmti 
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9:4f 
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All »Ot TNI CMUICH 

fha flhunA II At pwtatf 
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mat do fw Mt tool nfimi ^ irtataairl A urniM tf friii^f 
J^ aaicmwDMit to tiia liastMr? 

Look Witt fwx htm mi youH ioe 9mimxig obt. T«^ ap fh^ 
aodoftlMiedptwr. 

ClDrtft — who took stone and chM and hamam . . . nwl iM tt» iM^Hb 
ef^ %e^ , . . and att tte fatth of Ua kauri Be Mdd to ^ woiM witii 
Ut AtIkWw^ t^ wb^ ba eonld aew liaw wm^b witt Ma tea aot 
wtttaBH^UaynL *- -w 

I^ tir«Btar eeiriairtia Jesiii, the Savtoar, Tarn loq^fed Mr bett. In 
thA ai^Ua of ni >B kfa4 a ndlUcm thrilling bze^Uuro^^ ^ biiram achieve- 
»■! hM« ban 4«tt^ite4 to Sto anriee. - 

Sq BOTtr piM tba tesd)iert ow^^m of aooad tirt «« aot wmi tte 
lave a aoid. And tal^ite to give your God! 




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Italian sculpture of the 16th century ii koown tat itt poMvM 
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MttVoMfaa 



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acolptar of his time, Aiemndro Vittoria, m powmfH l in okM 
The chill figure of the old man is pure vinial emhojime at ol ^ 
Even on a summer day, bone<:hillii4 cold woald be tmf to : 

nAmt gaiing at this ponderous fi^in. The heck of tiie i 

giyea a due Uut it mu^ have fonaed part of a door, pobit, or, men 
an^K^rialelv, an andiron. "Wint^ now hiddles in me oanf^f* 
contndled dinute <tf the Late IteUan Gelleiy, Vi^ptua Moeum of 
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Virginia BMch SUN-NAVS, Thirtday, MUrch 19, iy64 



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The Mixing Bowl 

By LUCILI CLARK 
RIN-NXWS iOOD EDnttt 





onm cRiAM rice ^^serou 

Of%Ux% oombinB with cocted fi» ih e delicate lemn 
cream wuim to make a eanordle top]^ wiUi Pttm^uin 
die^e and buttered crumbi. A dish d^^ed for thote iHio 
really love oysters season^ just right! Ccnn^te the mMui 
witii butt@«d p-em b^utf, citnB fniit H^aOf tmun mu&a 
and ai^)leMiucs cake. 

IMt ^SsMmf fa w«q ^« « ; ittr ia 
iow, nh, and paprOw. Add nOfc 
and syiter Uqoid idl tk o^, iMr> 
ring ooMtent^ uatil awovtii. Cook 
unffl IkiekMad, ■^irii^ 
■tonally. 



1 pint (2 eupt) oyataos 
% ein» mtik (aboQt) 

8 toal f po onB batter or 
m«iY*^inc 

1 teiu^oon aalt 

\ t u Ma i peo B iear 
H *w » p <K «i iN^Nrika 

1 taWameoB jpmtcd ookm 

1 taUiMpoon MI9M Jitfle 

S ea^ co<4c«d siea 
^ eup lMiM«r^ e«f««l cnimlM 
% eup gmtiHl ^;me««n cheeM 
Drain ojraten, ratttvins Xmc^M. 
Add enough of tha milk to »«ka 
one cup.liquU. 

HUrrtBS AU GMTIN 
(Oyilwt wWi Brwd Crveibt) 

Put in a anaU muo^mui two 
d»Ms fini^ <AM|>ped and fry 
Stem tUi^y in butter; then add 
imrslfQr, liro or three mu^iroonms 
chopped together very fine, 
bread cruml^, nK and pepper, a 
little dry white wine, a an^ 
^ece of fregh iNttter, ^ ft^lhig 
lor a few n^w^. ft jmtiM iie 
rather thkk. Open mam ^ofes 
oysten, isave thmi in the h<&w 
mell and cover each of ^ismti with 
ttw irtKyve staffing, aprinkle with 
breai^cnuate, «id ineach a Uttle 
mett^ bi^r, and hrown them in 
a moderate oven. 

OYfTtR 
BBCLBVUB • STRATFORD 

Piuie In tite ctaifing di^ some 
IMitter, 4x» ^ialk>t or young 
onion chopped; when Qmm b^in 
to brown put in suffueient fredi 
mushrooms, ¥4 pound, cui in long 
iMps, ai!Mi <K>ok eiglM nnitfes. 
Take iriwut two d^en ELriined, 



* I^taonki»,taimn|rie«»A^ 
aed dmteed ojrtftanv. rim brte a 
grtaaed Inpsxt Maaerole. 

Gepbfaie botterad en^te mi' 
eheeia. Sprinkle over eaMar^a. 

Bake in modanrt* VHm (t7l d»* 
neaa) akout 20 miawtai, er venA 
thM«o|^ly h«it^ airf ervnba mtm 
lirowtie4 xirida aix wer^Mm 



good sized, plump oj^ert ml 
pUK» tteiB in Ok diA, p^tiif 
thi^ eream to i^wr the ^alMi 
aiMl let contents IkmI tteee m f ow 
minutes. When <» the p(^^'^ 
serving acM one di^H ^peoi^ 
of good white wine. 
SNAn»Y WAY TO LMW \» 

Lorrm mials 

i flawoing dM fsttf^ <ilaaxth.% 
ywt k lid moogb, ^chf^rfut 
to plan iiMseitfttg JLeateR n^tb, 
too, is Mn^htag ^ agidn. .^id 
thi^ aom^ing else nmdiy m^y 
'i^at nom*' H ik^*i your qiwA^ 
dry, hett^* snip mtt tiie 9b^» 
below, it's f<H- tl» dHMlM^ fik- 



WE BUY -> »LL -> fWAP 

HNrrZ BAZAAR 

OPOM f to 9 4S».7Nt 
FUltNlTUIIS - APPUANCeS 
' AmiQUES 



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pnaeiit yoa aad yew potoilW la 

a tttiiKtiTt mmamt. Spodal at- 

ten^M to Sarrka 

Editef, dnMof aad 

IM co^aa (1 or 2 p^aa) . . 

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2DBIJICICHI8 
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29c 

POUND 



vored pizzas you've v^m Mrtm^M 
or served. And th^ mlm wfm^ 
a Jifiy. the ha^ ^ut » m 
ciM^se. And with a md ftatei 
Motzai^Ua, yw teve y^ 
\aM 4oae. Mc^hpAi 
vaeuuAiNMda^^ tti«R #gni io 
k»p tt at ttie teiHt ^ ihmr. iq» 
pick up some •'rnxmsi^mimm^ 
MozzareDo, a can ^ ttfeed wmbi- 
rooim and a ^Kdage of Soljiih^ 
muffins awi yqn'Q te wdl.ao 
y<rar iray to a rMdly lhre^» il»-. 
lightfuUy differeirt sui^ier for 
Lent. 

See how ea^ '^se are to pre- 
p«e; you'B need: 
1 8k)z. pkg. i%»ai«Ua (or if you 
prefer, S(»iM83a) dwese 
6 Ilnglish Muffins 
1 8-oz. can tomato «MMe f 
I 3k>z. can sUced muahi««na 
V4 teasppra giff lie aatt 
Vi terapom «r«g|no 
salt and ^i^pv ^ laMa 

Split and ^snA i^gUah mtf^ 
lightly. Combine tomato smea, 
mushroonu and seaaemin^ Sloe : 
clwese and airan^ 1 or S ^E»a 
on each toaatod nuifto taatf. pav- 
er with ^uce, ^n top ej^ fwsa 
with motlwr raaaU p^ or tw»4tf 
cheese. CM>k un^ Jsrodsr Mttt 
cl^e» m^ts and but^des. Serves 
six. 

Incidentally, y(Mi migM lil% ta 
have a IttOe fun on yfwr own 
when me^ng pii^is. T^ adfhng 
anchovy stripi, ^ces «f fWeed 
tuna, sonw miac^ dpas w steed 
stuffed ohvei^ for uutaiK^. Any 
way you se^ these i^sas, fitt 
OTO thing you can heiiMre of is 
this . . . when ytw're laofting pa 
a way to livm up L^iaa tusSm, 
tl^se snappy-flavwed filssaa ^MB 
do the tiick, lyod m rhurry. 

Just by way ' of aMthor mm 
idea for l^nt . . . don't ioifet ^al 
Mozarelb and e^iMrt are aat- 
uial go-togethers. Again, it's 
simpte but diffierent. Top baked 
eggpteit with slices ol Mosorella, 
then yap hack into the ovao for 
a lew vkmkKi, juat ktng enn^ 
to nwtt Wbh cheese. 

Nk» ^it about cheese diatei 
<hirii^ Lnt is the woaderfRI fln- 
tntional vahie, as we all know. 
So <tte iwtto is, keep pioHy of 
^e&m mk hand . . .botti for pot- 
tttf ^ait into Lenten meals, and 
fv apkte then good, beu^ 



Virginia Bm^ SUN-NE^ Thgridiy, Mc 



ItfL uofn III 

discuss A 

.'OU'll 

your lietd 
Iwoukl'nt 
^auae several y««ri 
$go the lune. 

A » comfortable 

dia: 'Dd let's you 

wd tngltter f or a imie 

*»» uilyft 

^^! taiajse of com iwj 

I^owtng. or 

1 fliMAe bttittr, 

«Hi^ jritnting, 

todttwoU- 

^st MiUify, wtw- 
ar not, "Hii* it 

4<W*", •oil! COB- 




YOUR ^l&MCULTUIML AGENT 



iterv s the 

1. BratdtMt MtUiMT 

2. Row up 

S Oiak one lime (some think 
tMs can te tUoilmtad. FUih 
4own ri^ie wiUi board on 
fn»t of tractor). 

4 I'Mtt 

5! Apply NUra«io with 2 to 
1H Ite-atmbit. 

6. Go fishing until harvest 

NoijM thi* method u iaa and 
eeenomlekl, aad yoa doat tave 



to ma «nm planting time to row . '^.iJ^'lJS'J^JSiJ. 



dni, let's 

tysthatodier 

'.i^t1,^ «im1 hive fol- 

.; yi«Mt at reduced 

N« Plww 

? now bebii; done on a 

a We doo't have 

oinaaat jnet, but this wiU 

War y«Hir g«9ieral know- 

WRd is aiutyed about 

ft-in'«^^ oef^re pUntinj w^th 

ol al^ti^ne per Mtv. 

lod after 

19 fMiing 

IIHl Wi 



Wfl 



Roiutts were 
$12,00 per 

"■"■'* were 

« fer 

lite land 

two and ooe- 



•P- 



it op 

ft wai tried in Virginia Beach 
iMt year with good ra sulU 
AimMwp rW ffaiiitt^ aNMlws 

U fMds that are relatively 
dear, audi as soybean stubble, it 
to beHevcd by some that the plvw- 
ing or rowfaig up amy be eranin- 
i^«d and thus the following pro- 
otdim ti gotog to be demon- 
gb«tod tiy t tew farmen (hii 
year. You may widi to try a 
liAitMi aeiMge. 

1. teMteat feitOlaer 

2. DMc one time 
S. Plant 
4. Apply NitrofM and S to 

iVi Hm. Atrazinf 

ft. Go filling. 

StHp THIage 

This method, I think, will soon 
have real use. especMy in rsla- 
tlvafy ctoaa OeUlt. A commercial 
mMtHm la needed here. This 
TiacJMne im^ prawea a ^ip 
dhead of the ihdlvtdual plantors. 
Thttf, «h« procedure may k>ok like 
tbis. 

1. BrtMdoast fertilizer 

2. F9ant 

3. Apply nitrogen and «trazine. 
We are going to try to secure 

a madiine to pUnt a few fieldi 
fay fbJs nicfthod this year so you 
-^n tAe a look at it. 

UsNr Mukh 

_„ TWs maekhM is a small con* 

«'4ftiv«ited middMMMter. ft rows up 

if u^ middle and plants in the val- 

This system has doubtful 

. '^.T- rten* 'wnnij' '>^ '^iif snil and 

! drainage 

General CemmanH 
IS neoessary that we look 
I of these minimum tillage 
•Maiods in order to daHermiM 



ing cam, ithe w«ed prolslem consi^ of 

Reiearch lnform«tUon indic«t«a^Mh annual graisst and alliual 

that yields iwaUin •fV^HUK^^l'^^ *^ ^f^ ^ ^^- °^ ^^^ 
the ttme when <Aii« iMHQbtMtffl* AMd be «sed. Thit ma> 

terial ihould be amplied aa an 
overall spray in 20^ gallons of 
waAer aar acre. 

On Mack soi* wbM* organic 
aMtter to M#l ID% attMiw used 
it«bei«toerMtt>a.pfr«nsand, 

MM con- 
• pn^mmpmm treat- 
The dMiiksal wwM not 
hytba Mil ba- 
the 



tillage ntethods. 

It kirb itvaX hun lo try a f^ 
acres to pee for y a ww s l f on your 
own fiarai. 

You have nottond Ihtt in «•* 
of the above mettiedi #aaerfb«d. 
the nitrogen and atraxine have 
been mixed and anpUad at Itoi 
same time. Thto aaraa oat AaM 
operation, but must be dens dll^ 



appUed three w«eics after plant- 
lM*M|UfimtaMir 





Juoed 



FKANUS LAV 
Ajutabmt Age^ 




v'endeU PhiSitpi. 
.;,? V..., m<*{hods by which 4 . 
ind girls into nsefid 
<w 4-H program also provides the 
u«sb«ble citizetis in terms of de- 
ls, M4iole!K>m« attKudes, loKfership 
ociation of their school, church, and 
_ in order that ihey nwy become 
fji(«.iitv memher» and outirtaflding partici- 



^pericnccs provided in ,. . 

assist 4-H'cri in attaining these 'than gear or roilo: 



planted. Nitrofsn alsM, of 
can b« appUed mich Mar 
Weed C«fitr»l In Cam 

While 2,4D is stiU as goad fla 
ever, and U a iw^ oa umrt ai 
weed control matertol, Vm net 
going to devote any apaea l» t, 
4-D dtoeaarioB. Yon an luaffiir 
with our recommendaitiona ra- 
garding tts «ae. Itefefore, Tai 
going to dev«ta file rHttabMler «t 
this newt article to a discusrion a( 
atrazine gnd aiinaMne in ttaa hope 
that you want to learn mere about 
how to kill weeds and grow a 
crop of conirwithout cultivation. 
It's being done tU over. 
; Pre-Emerfanee Use el Atr a s lwe 

Apply i founds of 00% atn- 
2ine or rtWMhw te 1MB tfSkm 
of water per acre inunedto^ af- 
ter ptoot^ at befon voadi 
emerge. Bolfc cbmleili,«iB mat* 
effective if applied to< a BMiat 
soil or if nin f oUoans a ppH c t l ai i 
within 24 weeks. MsMier i>fB 
tajure com when sprayed tttiwiA- 
1^ on the corn sprouto or m Mgl- 
«■ rates than suggested. Sett on 
be used without daiueer to ^m^ 
ta idjaoem fields, nese A^ 
ate an Ism ef fscthw on setts 
high in «igaiii« mattar. 

GxocBant cohtrd of mm^ 
^issei «b4 l»road loafed mt^ 
Including sawrtwead baa re s uttod 
from the «so of atiiitne arilBift' 
^ne. Although more eqi^ve 
tiian 2,4hD, they give coiA^ of 
a wider variety of weeds aiKl re- 
mm ^ftcrtiM to « k^tf time. 
Slaa ^ moMura it nqttAi«d,ln 
^ toU to ^i^^e ^tm^m ft ^ 
§mm^ roiwUdMid to bo miM 
tellable tlan simazine. 

Non preasure aitrogen solu- 
tions may bo mad ts a eaiTtor for 

iie 2 lbs. of 80% atrazine. Spray 
,the mixture iminedia:tely after | 
1 planting and before com emerges. 
i The nitrogen soIuIUob wlU severe- 
I ly injure or kill com shoots. Se- 
cure advice on your soil holding 
capabilities of this form of nilro- 
jgan before uaihg thia procedure. 
I Both atraztna and simaxine are 
'w'ettable powders, insoluble in 
I water, and are therefore applied 
j in the form of a suspehshm. To 
jbe a|H>lied successfully, special 
autions must be followed 
these powdors as follows: 

1 . Strainers in spray line should 
have screens of 50 mesh material 
or larger. 

2. Use Teejet 8002. 6003, or 
8004 nosile tips or eqahnleat: 
mnaller orifioe sites are liable to 
clog, 

3. Diaphram or piston type 
pumps are leas subj^ to wear 

pumps and 



MeMoBs 

artharowir 



fires mors care 
does not con- 
trol woaAi b ota »a Bn the rows. 
Thua, it 4s«s Mt fodiioe the need 
for cuMviiIlM m much as the 
broadoaat app ttc a to am. The big 
n^vaaHOgi of broadoaat applies- 
tiai of bHMeMaa to that to re- 
duces the m!rr:^r of cutthtotlims 
loquired. Labor atod ottiipment 
art thus rslsaiaJ for otbsr criti- 
cal farm operattona, such ai the 
plaatlng of otbor evam. OMking 
«M»ty hay. and eoMlMg amaU 
grains. The aMIttoMt fiotts of 
overall cbanloal wood eeoitiol in 
com oan be reatftty Matlfiod 
luMlar aucb 



LL BURN 



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OMAMWCIAL md KSIDINTIAL WIUNO 

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mm% AT ftAMA^M WWai 

KKTMCAL SUSLIK AND FIXTUftB 

AUTHORIZiD MM^SIM^Wm CONTRACTOR 

IMm md WM^LL APPIIANCE R0>AiRS 




Bmatotve lotos, 4(Wed appli- 
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pm^ 4Hfi4 the su^im ouy 
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0m m Mm* upuMy 
SMfw^MTMivti per 
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8 tar 114 10fBr$1.« 



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to tA H ih t d 1911 

3si VA. WAom^n^. 



GA^TTSS 



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ii 



V^'Ji wid a ^5^loII»t to clw:k yw#r burrw md ^1 
y<m h^ mudi th« Burnor^afc twild save yw. Quick, 
accurate— absolutely no obllgotion. 




fitttner 
& Oil CMnpny 

OCXANA 
Pii'bioB ^ Mm Bna^ la*. 




Use SUN-NEWS Classified Ads 






iiows: 



Should be considered for use 



roeranw to he4p individuals where large quanUtles of wel- 
Tnd place oi schot^ls and tabl« powders are' to be used. 



Pumps should be large enough to 
deliver ft-tO gallons per minute 
at 50 psi. 
4. Mix wettable powders thor- 



convmuffity. to develop hi^ 
w ,.. iievetop aR^>>!«''."i to siKX^ed 
rthwhilc individual 
iiiailliiiilli Tlir 4-H ptiigiam provides . 

lityfcJT young people to set up their ioughly wUh water tato a paste 

^rs. appoim cSnmittccs, and learn or slurry before adding ta the 

I thinking mto groujp action 

' ^ * c»[^>rtunjtlcs to 

>1i«cussionib, taikii. 

the club, and 



*"(..,.. ».*.". .\ ' fcr*i.' 



• provitlfs n|V|virtnnity to de- 

.gs, und tours 

.... uaits. Entphastk 

nmh attendanoe, and 

pcny. 

-rio^ittn) inciuuv- 1. immunity ac- 

demahk afilitudea toward the school, churcli, 
fce of safety and health in st^e^scd. 

roftfonvE pROJEcr 



tank. 

5. With wettable powders con- i 
Etant and vigorous agitation is j 
necessary to insure a unifor«^ 
mixture witih water in the tank 
Should GranuUr form Be Used? 1 

Granular formulations of 2,4~D, 
atrazine, and simazine are avail- 
able for pre^emergence <immed- 
ifttely after planting) appUcatlonr 
UnifomUty of the application ar; 
amount of rainfall following ap- 
nlioMion are two very important 
hdbon which must be considered 



SRUNif 




LARASAN 





Only in f lameless 
electric built-ins 
will you 




aSAAfttfte 




t:frAu»n;^ve Care and Safetv prt^jc't I r^f " ^**^^„{;^!C *A^J 
H mcnicrB taking part. They are: \^J^ ^pphaiiom. A weL 




.Meads, Lee B. Parker, Jr.. Eddie John- 
oflv Moulton, Wayne Brown Bernard 
ris A. Brown, Jr., and Ray Brodeur. 
.; ftas ^iireafl) leamed about the traffic t-odc and thoif 
^r the htchwav. highway safer-' xh- •mp<^''tHnce ef 
>f life, the 
in lutitrt: awoiingr tMey wui K\nii v.>'.m mm 
jf thf car. aal rae eost of keeping a crs- 
. {banned for March 75. At ih 
driven ttoead the City and .(-■k^ o 
- mav be haaards to the driver 



Whcds.'^ 



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IHrepared seedbed, smooth and 
free of clods is reqohred tot uni- 
form distrihHtMn of the granukst 
On more pooriy prepared seed- 
heds spray appitcatiofls wUl g^ 
erally give inpirtar weed coottvi 
because of better soil surface 
rage. More moisture is re 

luired to move the «hemi<' 
from the gBawalw to bring it i) 
contact with sarmma: 

" ■'" "apniit. HeiKx;, »^n-u ^ 

<;ranule$ may be less j 

success; TdnfaH after ; 

' • - ^iw «•- erratic. 

m cunesi^l 

Atraime can be used up to 

'•eeks after plaating and 

full se*sm coi^rol of 

I weeds. For annual 

•""ods oa most sails, 

■' of «0% iftniilne 

^^ute ^otz^ II 



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tKN I Mf 

Or wlH p «.v 

Lvaiyapa^AliiMM* 



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nn^. 



*^* ^*n cleanliness 






built-in coolness 



« it** iBinti*t«d Ml «U »x Mm, jimr tmmAm wm ItM^ tM 
Ae beat inide w h wro it ltriotig». No wMtod VmI m Mrfhs* «rilt cithar 
Iw jma fchehwi MUy mf to 16* oookr. 

built-in efficiency 

ihrr only li*^e to rw« tbaHt a AM «l Ai lite t» «M&iaks 

firiwrca MMporaillM. Aud ]r«a vmt I 

MPyWMSV « » • M Uli MiM ^paMI AM 




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'• ' *»^ hvnM beun to bmy i lo^l»wn iw»«k^ 

-n,—— ~--> ta i fcediaft to lawni. ftripttWc «<«»*• 
^^jgwik ^^^b7 «ttitt irbU^ whkh Im dow, ta taUc 

^MttMi «iS^ u« Mw •vaiUblt to iMtt jow »wdf, 

^^M k tot ^ are; mat aoi^ Ck«M t arfiMW «^^ 
ifl^t f«j^ tt rtm Wttt • lawn wMMwt htfti Mwr, itiaet 

S. la «* itete. a n^xtowe of bl«|ra«e« and flna Cwc«m 
UMU% ^v« food vmUs. uyt the Peripatetic OnnunolofW, 
jff^ded 11 ft IW^trto pfmnea tad tended. ^^ 

ia QtaN" Is MMAt la M^r fir Uw taqr l«ira«na«. It cm^^ « 
a balaaeMl lM«UaM- ta laad **• *w^l a»c*»^ wkiA W»».c«^ 
gn^ Mtara Ct ewiiM up; and Chiordane, vAium euminataa 

4. Aq^ mA a woduct to the mtIv nrmf avwi K tte tuif 
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The U. S. Ffc*t Coift^itef Pn^wimi^ CenW, Atlantic, at 
Dam Neck. muomymtM recently a«l oHting tKe Wrthdiy 
cake are Captata Jfite B. BakA (Irft), OMmnaiidiMt Officer, «nd 
S. Anthony Ptel. Vmspm Wrefctor (w the I.T.&T. Data lofonM- 
tkm Systewi MvMm at *e Center. Uokil^ mi are Capuin 
Maurice E. Wall, Mt«ttor ol Programming at tke Center, wd 
Captain Hall C. Caifc ft««) wfco wUI assume Atiet at ^mI« 
this nK»A. <Navy ftolo % WNsner) 




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ive at Virginia National Banic 



hey liKe me 3^ interest on passbook savin 
and the 49& on one year savinqs certlflcat 

' ii^GINIA 
IMATIONAL 
BAIMK 







ing Best 
Safety Adviee 

The AAA has cdled attcmttM 
le Oe ftot ttNl few pe^i- 
frians have ftopet t^^ tot 
Iteir wd^ wh^ crcMsii^ stilts, 
Me^M^ ftneets nctu^Nl. 

Mr. Frank Cox, Local Pir^tor 
ol tbe TkJewatw A»l^<*ite As- 
•octatkw. staled, "^ea erossing 
at toten«:tk^ wbere ^re are 
■0 proieotive (i«v^^ yw are on 
your own. 

^'^Ow^ef Ae hatefe of kiok»g 
«| wft^ liefi^ cfcmkig*. to tte 
kf^ to tfie rigji^ and lack— to 
cars. 



ADVICE TO PARENTS 

INCLUDES DEHNITE 
CHILD AlluWANCE 



fim and last in ttic dffectkm 
fawi wfclch teaffk; tt aMr«Kfc- 
ii^,' ITiis rale aj^ics ffl m «tua- 
l«»f , on oi»-way md two^wty 
wets." 

Tlie tlieme, UIOK ALL 
WAYS BERORE CROWNO, is 
|^w«d OB a si^ pe^ mm 
being dlstr*«ted to the Otmm- 
my and j«k»r-*l^ scteotA d 
Vii^te B«<A by t^ Tilfwtf« 
AuWiTOMe AssociatioB u pMt 
of Ac monthly, ^ety-^w»tion 

This mMth's poi^, a imt- 
pliM* wini^r In tiie AAA Na- 
tional Tr^ic Safety Poster Con- 
test, was deseed hy Mw^ret 
R««to, , 17, J^« Mm H^ 
School. Jpasadena, C^*»^. 



Prol^dy tte <pnMkn (rf aUow- 
ancesler Ann^cM diM^tii— 
and by tiM my Amo^n AU- 
dren seem to be tte 0^ cWMren 
80 priv^^N^ M * gisup— a ai 
old as our mUm. ft taay vna 
^■^m M me M eote. %mt^ 
the dilWren of Col<»W <fay8{linp 
ii^ up oil &tui^ arni^H^'M 
timr rtrii^s of ttlA <C Mutf^ 
tm^! tte^ ti •em, m «ata 
dUeoMai MMt |M« Men tiMte- 

(flp eiAMd. 

Child guUanee oouwriowr^ 
Iwho 80 oMn coDtiadtet <»e anr 
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in agraMMSt «n tUt po&t. "Al- 
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chorus. They ihMld «« dltepennd 
graciously and nwtttr ol fecUy, 
Qme vAvmm M 4tf> v^y much 
ts one 0vtti «ie's youni^er food 
ud €b]ttlm. 

ft Is gene^y i«ie«d ttik «ae 
may lay « Afld to a»>» iMHwe- 
^W dwres, aw* u erosive 

but jobs Ute w^U^ #A« rad 
taking »» ol Mte Moffl sne iMfi^ 
hii rfnre <tf ^lie trntSv mA, 

We u« t^ ^iA HMift clultaa 
begin to i«:rtvi i« ifflowawe 
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Jem Kinkead, woouft'i < ^ 

a^ to Hie Travekrs fimiriMe 
Cao^tBies, has found tint wamen 
n« tetter pvepirad to handle 
nmey In UMlr adiOt lift, if 
tiMy^ been aeeustomed to hand- 
^ A from their cbiUbood, 

1 It aeenn to aie, she nya. ttuf. 
allowances «e»cih ycwtntttln 4^ 
jtlue <)f money in a most pracAi 
dSt way. '%hlch do I waal OMfe 
— 41us or that?" "Is Udi immedllfe 
pteaeure aometbing I can forefo 
in order to tevt a nmck greater 
aatiafaotion lator on?" "Do I 
tesS^ irant this, or am I temptod 
to buy 'A becauaa everyone ciie 
is buying it?" Queethms ffle 8As 
help ^h thrift and the val 
savii^ up for aoBaeOiiag apec:^. 

Vmy parente have been uode- 
<Med *out wlM4ber it's bent to 
dictate lM>w much their youngster 
,^^i poi aaide «Kh 'HMSk 4iy ' 
lAidhnl or )0t hiiA ntln «te de 
CHOon ml bank whatever lie wWi- 
m. Mlis Kinkesd sWMU Ihftt 
Mtt tto younger «Mn, rs jM- 
rlwlblr to piw^ the <mrec#oa 
and W^i« hem wuch to bpk, 
but by ^e earty teens, It wouUlAe 
(uod dlKipline for the younjftter 
to 6^^ for hinielf— with oqfir a 
U^ friend ptMntal proddiit. 

Vmm her experience as i^im- 
an's coneaitant to an insurfpct 
company. Afiu IQvkead IV«^ 
people who devdop «»d «- 
tudes toward savings early i9|Ke 
aire better prepared ia MliilNflMrt 
to value the planned aavlay pro- 
taction provided by Hie ir 



Naval MTC 
Man Hanored 



COUJlttlA, %JC. — A Ifcwi 
ROTC midahiiimaii received a 
ttophy "niuraday for ''WBseUeja*" 
perfoimance on a N«y piqrrieal 
fltiwss test— <66 sit-ups, 16 pull- 
ups, end 51 push-up«, all in an 
liour. 

Mfln. Cbaites F. Warford of 
Vir^nia Btofcli, Va., I*ceived the 
trophy from OoL E. W. Durant. 
USMC. Capt. aaibert % Jefft«y, 
USN, head of «» USC Depart- 
ment of Nawi Sdeaoe piesent»d 
C(d. ^irant. 

Tlie preseHUIion to Wtrterd 
took place duniig the an: 
ffl^ion drill of the unis..,,.. 
NwilitOTC unit. Col. Durant. 
who is statiooed at Duke Vvi- 
^mty, is also head of the «"*'^" 
mee^Msc impeeUon team. 

Oltar members ol the teBDMW 
C^. j. R. Tournaai, VSN: if- 
D, M. Twomey. OSMC; Lt. (jg 
L. Jones, VSN; CPO IS. C. G 
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ROANOKE SCENE FON 
MISS VIRGINIA PAGEANT 



Tommy Kirk's 10th Movie 
PusKes Him To Stardom 



ROANOKE — AWiough the 
State fin^ tra AUl tlmoit tmr 
monthi ftway, prepar^ons are 
well uikterway for the selection of 
tiw fmng Itdy who wiU repre- 
sent Virghila in Mlantic Ctty thU 
yen. 

For 13m 11th yen*. a<»iiolce will 
te^iGOMof the Ita Wr0i^ 
Pii^NUt-^but thlt year under the 
ifmiionMp of tlw newly formed 
Mill Virginit Ps^tnt, Incorp(M^ 
iiMl'-« non-prott, nonnftock on* 



'The Racers' Is 
Menilay TV Film 

KM Oou^, Gilbeit Rehmd, 
Lie J. OAib tnd Bella Dtrvl ^tt 
to "Hie fiaco^" a druim of tfa« 
(jtering romance and ilsin of the 
mm paitlcip^AlBg in iEwop^n 
fljorta Off ntting, ra NBC-TVa 
"Ifemday Ni^ «t (lie Movies" in 
eokur Mmday, Iterch 23 (7:30- 
9:30 p.m. EST). This 20th Cen- 
tury-Fox IW^ release wu a<^)l- 
•d 1^ Claries fteuosan ftximthe 
«)Vri l^ Itas Waeaeb. <Ck)l)b Is 
co«to of NBC-TV's "Tfte VU^- 
ginian" series.) 

In the ftwry, tous driv«r Glno 
Barpfk (Ow^iM «Dt«i Ms 
MoM4)tttt flKer in ^ famous 
<^«^ ftix de f^poll. Conqiet- 
teg ftgUut ttie irorid's lea^g 

mmi, to<^rfii4 tm 'Oto iso- 

tettA t^ Carkn Ctevei <(^ar 
ftameo)» eiMes of Burano 1^ 
1017 s^H^r Aenso Ma^o 
(OAb), Cino cracks up ^len he 
tw#vts to awid a <^ own^ by 
MMiM N^le Uurant mx 
Aiym). rae(^ IM^ Oino t ae^ad- 
IwiA r^ to t^bicdi to mosm • 
idUMtog win ovHT 0$» %^ Al 
• iM^og driver, Otoo'a obsNiteB 
icttt H^&iiV at i^y oMt ^prd^ 
AMkta veoanoe wltii Ni<^te. 

•^e Raeonf ' iws produced by 
Jktlton ^HuMn and dliMted i^ 
Men^ ftathaway. 



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ganiatim created for the aerie 
purp(Me of qxMuoring (his an- 
nual eveM. Civic and sockd Imd- 
en of Itoanote brought Into m> 
tlve partkipttion through ttie new 
ixMid of directors, taing to the 
page«nt a new scope tiuou^ their 
respective drdes of friends and 
<»i^C!ts, wh^ pi^nstoes to make 
0m 1904 pi^anft 'Irtgg^ and 
hedor" ton ever. 

Locail pag^mts now mmrtd 
aumfcer S&, and may fo m Ugb 
ts ^— which wwld ivoduct tta 
tar^ mnBlwr of ttnalMI from 
whkd) dw itote ta» w^ had to 
choose. i \ 

Ttm i«geant has ^me a kmg 
way iiiK» the (fatys when bmAy 
was the only pr«re^^te-~@>n- 
testents now must poness mA 
only bMuty of feee and fi^ire, 
but also: poise, p««on«Uty, to- 
telUgeiwe, <^uin and ^ent! Iliis 
is not surpratog wh^ one con- 
i^n the ctenge to the r(^ of 
young iKliai to our sode^ irince 
the Inchon of the pageant to 
19ai» as a bi^i^ benity ecniAest. 



By (he Mtma teln^ hetog se- 
leotodas a S^ile repreMMitive to 
th^ Ifiai Amerk» ^MIMpt now 
tm.$tm dtowmd<ms l^th in 
Mvwte md re^cHsMiilMMs. The. 
mo<fem ccMKseptton of America's 
"i<^l ^" te furthM- ty^M by 
tiie immber of scholtfddps 
tmm^^Uip inlses. 

Apto ttds year, ^ itotel 
Rottolffi \M tens* (he 3^mg 
Mto trttoc fttt to fte Mlsi Vlr- 
ginn INgdiM, and ^ three 
ni^ of Omi eac^eOOim will 
teke piMce at (Im Amertoui Tits- 
at^^-July #-12. 



Tommy Klrit tas irtp^0d toto 
a fh^ rMe ^median in hhi tnlh 
leirture picture, "Tl^ Mtndven-' 
tor» ^f MoUn Jonos," for Wak 
IMai^. fnw fSm ^^em ai the 
Bei^ nei^ WeAiesdiy.) His 
role to tills toll tak; of a ko<Ale 
coUi^ ito^at whose far^ut 
electronie expoitoaeM frt htoi to 
some m^-M, i^MKimm Ittiir 
most clwflimgtng lor IS» 21-^iir- 
okl pertomm to dMt, «4 bis 
noat jtoenn^ifeiid. 

An iwMto lalral «ad mifflity 
hm tft^atA mA of fate imn| 

j^ te wbstaatMed by the parts 
be fats i^ayed in five Oin^ ^Hn- 
e^y su^en^. to "The Shi^fgy 



Cemdy Series 
Set By NBC 



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'HmkOTWv'OiWYEC 

"Hcwie of Wax" will be 
foatured <m *'nayhouM 13" 
Sunday at 6 p.m. over WVEC- 
TV. 

Vtocent Price stars iiii this 
story oi a museum fire tftnt turns 
a tendsome man toto a human 
monster wtoo steals bodia from 
a JMMiue to create life-like 
imi^s to wax. 

Frank Lovejoy and Phyllis 
Kirk art co>staired. 



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WeONESDAY EVENING 

♦ :«H) ( ,8) — Sacrat Stann 

<10) — Tha Mkteh Oamr 
( 18) — ^D;«DaMMH> 
4:86 (10>— KSC Krw* 
4:80 ( 89i<— aiBisa mi4 Aika 

(10)— Makr Boom tor Daddy 
» 00 ( a»— New. lit »h-« 
(10) — Poopdeek Show 
(13)— MIHuw Mo«t« Clvib 
iM < 3>— Dr. WWtahwat M^arta 
8 10 ( .1)-^toiiaT Mutta 
8 :.•» (10) — AtlrotK^ 
8:00 (10) — Na«r« at Six "^ 

8:08 ilS) — H«tT OoWt^la 
8:10 ( 3) — Sparta aaaatap 
8;l» ( 8) — TV Reporter 

( 1.1) — Ron Cachranr 
4:88 ( .*)) — WaatlMfwaa 
«:."» ( 81 — CM I^wa 

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( 13)_MaveKrit 
•7:00 ( 3>— ftiorratfty 

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(10) — ^Kwkman 
(IS) — Dm Caaiw 
9:m < 3)— IMdl TM Drkw mtow 
MiW ( 3)— CaMar n» Show 
(10) — Etarcntt Boor '■ 
(IS) — KiMnwhp ra^Mdattaa Maaar 
nm i 3)— nth Wmr Maal . 

(10) — Rl<^«n O'CSaik %tmH 
( 13)— Mon^ Martin 
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eft tfM ttidtatg iMd «i4 teit #?. 
«r^ fWi tte tee «! S»«i 
nMd li lite ami feiaA. SadHi 
ctavaA tpmm» «^ur to tt« 
diuunyr|tagNri Ae ^A «E t^tata, 
i^Ui Jart eowwed aal Bv^ 
nMd to the dtoaed teal. Itath 
ntmmA to Ite bwf HM a 
aaade^ rtited M leiNllHtrt am 

ttHttM at fiiift Mi M mm 

tafei Ite aee and uig a| ikumSM. 
^ Cmmmik wmmAWm mm 
bM« iMde Ms taarts ai4 AaiM 
Jmm M sp to im; mime, iMb 
fleiiM dMttaMa% ke 
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"to AriiM Ckjurf—^ree sep- 
ante iHrt rdirted iMlf-toBr tm- 
fly oomedl^^mU be ^tsmtod 
by the flBCTV Network dntog 
the 1904-(^ ssMon on ll<»di^ 
nigMs beginnii^ '«t 7 JO pjn 
NYT, it WM amoui^ed to^ t^ 
urn W&tm, Vke PvesMent, 
Prograini, tor tiw netiKirk. 

1%e tiu«e fBt>cMtts wiU be 
"lUnn." atarrliv DAbte Wito)a 
to tte title r^ <f :30^ p.m. NYl) 
"T^. Dick and Ibry" eUfrtog 
Bun Meto^,. Stov« Wakiam 
and J<^oe BuUteit UMiSO pm 
NYT). and "HmtIs Ai^tnt (be 
World," starring Jtok fOufDMn 
<8.:«M> p.m.. NYT). 

tfce over-*ll 90-mlnute perfod 
k vmiu the supervi^m of execu- 
tiv| ploduoer Joe Oma^, wlra 
toftterfy sttved as oo<levdtoper 
and coiNTO^enr of ^ 'lieave K 
to Bea^wr" seri^. GMdk taUNhour 
serM will have its own T^dv 
oonttoui^ <^ of ^srs, fi wM 
aa to own prodaev, 4Ui««tor% 
wrtters luid pcodttottoi u^ts. Th£ 
(bTe« abows wtt be fitoiMl A 
Heme ProducUMs' giMl Mage 
32, where a tira^ew^, talraoied 
modem itHAkuM epute^iA mo> 
m, te "WfirMel QMUt" of (he 
t)^ toHi been omili^ilML A 
teifi siriai^ng |>o@l i»l an aei% 
of landniiped grooad, '^iB^ile 
wtth patoi tnm Md trmicA 
idu^be, w^ be, a f»tore m ttm 
ununnd ail. 

&K;h Inlf-lMwr segnwnt lea- 
{ures a dtftarent family wtth ito 
own < a ag w i»r iit ics, (xm^^ko^ 
pnMenM and inter^^s. How^wr, 
mm they all Uve at ^ mtm 
tMnas, (Im lives of tl^ fam- 
ily ^nn^toM otiss and the 
ctal«(^r8 fttm one Aow cm 
appear on iaK!ttiN>. to a^UMkm 
to the ngs^m trwi tlw trio <tf 
shows, the iisiM wffl iMUae gu^ 
stars 1^ M^ a^eer as «ih«r 
o&mpuftt 4^ 90 Bristol Couit. 
Sei^Miary chniol^v-HaM^L m 
mailmen, tN bulging aottln* 
teodei^ aM otters— wlQ fmvi^ 
slwy Itoks fima one ahow to 
aa^h^. 

fkA •& action for the prt^pnott 
friH tate i^lace withto tiie con- 
fto» of tte apaitm^ ate(el» 
wbteh— to tte storylii»— « lo- 
aubid to Smittem Calltanria. 

'ii^mn," in which aew^m^ 
O^ie Wa^n will fixf tte title 
tiM, ^m atos fii^^ Komian 
as St^r #ol^ KveA Mb»^ 
Muy iai ^»dte v^ te a^n 43 
l^ban .^ott, tte toenn^r's 
ftMttfT and OlM Cpe^ ti^U te 
ca^ as Mimi SAm, %»Tm*$ ling- 
er siatar* 1^ ^medy series re- 
vctas AsM; tt» huatMraus ac- 
tivMes of 16-yMr^ld Karen and 
bmt r^iAi<mihip witb bw tenity 
siid fitaM^ 

•Tcm. 0k!k end Wtey,'* tte 
sMMBd aMatioii comsdy to tte 
ti^^tMig, ivffl triltte story 
of Mwtywed Dr. Ton Gentry and 
m wile Sbry (Burt Metcalfe and 
J^ce l^iUtot) and their beet 
am ua '*mt boarder" £tr. Dick 
atom ^Me Fnoken). Galtry 
•ad liuma are totoni It Valley ; 
Genenj Ho^tal and Mary is! 
se@M4Hy to tte chief of staff 



t)og* he (kUed thMrtre goms as 
• pari^me oanlne. "Tte .^nent 
MMed Proismif" liwmd him 
as t dow-wttted am of fC^nan 
yfym. 

& Doney's firA Uve e^im taa- 
Ami, "Brtes to T^kmd," te 
play«d tte w^ky roto ^ tte 
ali^y mad sctei^A, Grumlo. 
Even in the feit-«cttog «>nipany 
^ vetomn eooMllaa iBd Vyni^ 
Tunn^ proved om of II<dly- 
wood's bri|^ yoWDg fUm^ men. 
A|^ to "&}n Voy;^" «id "Son 
of fitriaber" te sMred teppily 
agMMt pftet VHmfaA MKltoray 
and a raft of a eMwaed kiu^ 
ottters, 

"nils is <yiite a ihowbuan^ 
record for the young msu wte, on 
a <tore at 12, frt»n btai eiter tooth- 
er, tried out for a part to "Ah 
WiMemeaa" at tte AMdena Play- 
h<mse, and got tt. 

Two more plays folowed irt tte 
Playhouse and4hen tetevision of- 
f^ on tte toading network tfiows 
started ^Mi^ig his way. S(Mne of 
bbi e«rty <m^ ii^u^l "Man 
Btiynd ttae Bei^," "TV ttMOnts 
Difist,'' fmnr guwAings on "Mi*- 
ii»e Tteilnr" and "Big TWwn." 
Hto earUeA nwvie rolM wwe to 
a ^rty f^lrtwtks Aort, *Vown 
libei^ Road" and to a Itotted 
Artists feature, "Tte P^ac&- 
nwkers." 

M was acre^ t^ted to 1956 
at flie Diffiey Studio, along with 
t^e cMm^ for a lead to (te 
''mAssy IftMse Qub" serial, "Tte 
Hardy Boj^," and wUked off with 
tte plum part. 

Tommy's fint f^ure filto Iw 
Oisiey was "OU Yelkr" to 19fi7, 
aiM tt ImneMrt^ e^aUidied 
him as a aoven cmmt, (Mner i^ 
tura that te scored to for tte 
l^utank piodwier mm to tte 
actioiiradvQMare, INte i%to% 
fUAtoswa," "Mooa Wlot," a «»ce 
omedy, ma$ k^ yMr's ei^ w^- 
em, "^M^e Sam" wttb Briaa 

On WaM Ottn^s top-rat«l 
"Wondwrfa W«kl «^ Cotor," m 
N^TV atoow, Toflufiy tea ben 
xi^Uarly ost opfpie^^ iMllw 
favNteDiKey ittf, iMwtifcl An- 
n^e. Ite temteme twosooM 
teve MMved'to **Tte Horse- 
aMtt^ *'Be^rtap ^axtf* «aA 
"Sacafuin to Ftorence." 

Omiim yetttf T^imy*s a» 
s^^OMto for (te etodlo htm 
t^cen him to tte m^tA W«A to- 
(U^ ^si^tad, rrmmwA Bi^. 

Bmn on DecMobo' 10, 1941, to 
L«iis tnd tucy Kirk, te ta tte 
s^»nd <ddest ^ four ioia. Ws 
d^ Isa n^ditoist, and Us ^mtbn 
a 1^ aeocto^. inte Kirki sA- 
ttod to (Milanla wten '^mm 
was lft»^^te(M. 

m was oduotted at (te DisM^ 
^adio acteiol where te was aa ^. 
oeteiA stirfeiA. ^ to(;pyaittw 
a^se has mmIb Jilm an avk) r^d- 
er. Among his tebbtei are f^tt 
1^ harseteck ridii^, sp(8te a^ 
cbrnwi^. 

His 0reei atoMitim is to ^km^ 
am a fine mMer and te tes a 
^^ud^i^se to ttie itoDywood 
hUb to attnr btm to {xmeeaftn^ 
m his vooMWi ttM ia^ wtea ^• 
ting demands j^rmit, whidi u nM 
too o^n. 



'b^pre* PriM^ Snriiy 

"EmipTi*' will i»cmiere at t 
WW ome and tocation ^oday 
at 7'W p.m. ov» Oanwt 13 
WVBC-TV. Tte tour*l<Mg 
c^or dramatic moi^ wt to 4ie 
present-day West *tai» Rkhard 
Egin and oo-iton iCttny Mooie, 
Anne Seymour &M Ryan O'Neal. 

K^ D^Im wU w^tM star 

Way to ^ Mow," a ^pnent 
about a oiwted former locfeo 
rider wl^ tmm out his hUtM^ 
oess tm tite wartd. 



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KINWK UMB r-*- SATURDAY 9i3t AJM. 

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Virgimo B^ieh nueatrM 



BEACH 

25th&Atlantic 

TODAY, no. «. SAT. 
MARCH 19-21 

LOVE WITH THE 
PROPER STRANGER 

Natfttle Wood 
Steve Mdiueon 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 

SiMk, Mon. A TuM. 
MARCH 22 - 24 

ALLMWAYgOIIE 

Jean Stmrtwns 

Robert Preston 

Features: 2, 4, A, 8, 10 

wMK, rmjm, mi., sat. 

MAICH 25 . 2t 

THEIKAMENTng 
# lULn JO^ 

Tanroy Kirk 

AnrwWte 

FMtures: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



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MAi^1%-21 

(Sm DIVER 
4 

AMBUSH AT 
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SUNDAY, MONDAY 

ATUBDAY 

MAKM 33-34 

LOVE WITH THE 
PROPER STRA1I6ER 

Natalie Wood 
rmtarw 2 4 « 8 10 

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,N?1A BEACH. VA. 
By: Lewto S. SiBlUi, Oiraotor 

AND ASaOCMllCS 
Surveyors tnd fhn^neen 
101 ftorOi Pteia T^ail 

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IkDmmmmrr p^^im 

Seated Prcyostb will be n- 
<^v«« by Urn (^ id V^KiBS 

OWlin, M m ot^» ^ lie 
(^rioMr* OtiMl^mt of Pubte 
iWltt^^^l ^uiez, Vlrgma 
iMtc^ Vfe^^ tttSl, until Iwt 
Im MtfUiM tm o'clock am., 
Iblm < i tt4ro l ttme, AprU «. 
BH at vA^^tiaB ttey will be 
^bl^ ^enri iM r^d al<MMl, 
|»r ftiml^lng aB liftm>, to^ 
e^poMmt «m! mai^al^ aw! 
dotng •& woric in mtmm^im n^ 



• imm.iik>tk;k 



Locsttea: Dm toctfoa of tiie 
work covered uader this rantnct 
to in LymtewQ Bnottgh, Virg^ 



Beadi, ^^i^. 

Type of W«*: TlMiiMAtote 
ctone m^taU <tf to ^iMnioa«Q 
of a SaaMaiy Cavity Seww. 
^hk^ il p«it of Mm n^pcMd 

ten^ry StuMin^ 9Ptm, •» 
AowB <n <3>» IMswt^ and 4e- 

menli pt«p0^ ^ Fitttk 0. IRu^ 
nil. Jr^ and Aaaoeta^ &nvepn 
aaid fngtaani, Imtteittf oited 

The ftaiKMd omit be in^rit- 

tod on tM p»)ponl fonns inckMi- 
«d 11 the Cootrttf OoeajMnts. 

&K^ ftapoad nuM in i ceem 
pmM by • <»rU{M or mUv's 
check jn^ pya^ to lb« Cii^ of 
Virgiiaa Bd^ ofMl to five 
<$%) per oeftt of tim umm^ oi 



NOTICI 

"I^ i^ibtt' meeting of ttic 
^foMi & lh» City of ViifiM^ 
BaMh nrffi te lieM Id tte OmOt 
Court ^om on Mtaday, March 
23. mi^ at 10 o'doek am,, aft 
whttttne peraoas willbehMo^d 
lor and aiga^ Ae foUovnng pro- 
poaad ^teagai «l aoni&g, uai 

t App«ii^m of John P. 
19i^i(pian.ted fi. M. Monk lag 
MttB tod Krilao, AllorMyii 
for a chan^ of aon^ from Mid' 
tu^-iuuly AaildaaQe Dimh^ 
mv^ to Uiritod Cemnerdal DH- 
mot 1 tec. 1) awl Omeral Coifi- 
sm^ti DitMct 1 <C-G D of tba 



2-OAY AUCTION SALE 

^ ntlOAY, MUUt aO & SATUttAY, Mi^ 21, 1 1 A^. 

GRANDMAS ATTIC 

. 4M1^ VA. BW^CH iiVD. AT KBXAM RO. 

(Aatm from ^9tim» Sknpfkm Ceatgt) 

THE SALE YOUIfE WAITES FOR 






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A ^^T PCM iVERI^NE-DEALBtt ALSO Wa^«^ 
F<K»D ON FWMSES, 

! HMtm rm fmam 

Sbli I^^IDUALLY 



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Tiwnt U i»« wi Atontop sf Srit 



Nr Infvmi^ CaN MAM^I6 



lONPED AtKTIWnH 



jad equal 
^ WL t6%) per oeal of 4h£^u»ouat 
of the JPtopoaal or ht cov»r«d by 
an aanuAl bid bond in the aintourU 
of at letat atx (6%) per oe«t of 
th« Proposal. 

Urn City of VirfinJt ^i^ Vir- 
pttia, nmym the riipyt to rej^ 
a^ « (ril ItMi i^ to wttve mm 
miomm^ in U(to. In tarn ^ tm- 
U^fe^ or teck ^tfMffMe In ^ 
Mli^iM W p^ to te ilM f <ma, 
^ ^ ol Virgtoto 8»f ^ «»• 
iMrvM «• r^prt to ^natte' only 
M ptoe irr^eii in w^^ or to 

No bidi iMy tw w^dimnii for 
A p«tod ^ Vataty 00) di^i a^i* 
^ aftedUeA d^ig ttme for !«- 
«^ of Uda. 

Ai^ OBOtopcito ^N B ^m^ a 
bid m ttte poJeA aaaiwnUiV to 
|K^nO.W <tf more, mmt ln«rt 
^ fidlowli^ stitem^ la hk Md 
wer hit i^pMmt'. 'HeglAared as 
i dK^Ow^ot utrim C^t^gtm 7» 
lltla 54, C(xte of Virgli^ 1960. 
g««flcito No. , <Mwl 
^ , 19 __.•♦ 

Biddwt toust wdaaa iWi ^d#*J^ f^^ 
PropMi^ la • Mpmto t^ ***^ ^ ^ •• 
envelope, ci»^[drts li4BraiU«ai as 
to Mpttia^. tqu^uBMit and 
financial oMditlm of ^ Coll- 
ector. Failiue to Ailunlt tiiiR 
iUtom^ vrifl ooMMite taato for 
i«}^<m of tt« bid. 

Tte Iteiwtega (plan) ud «ttMr 
Contttet DMinmiti iMy l)« ta^ 
allied at tte office of rnsM D. 
TanaU, Jr., «nd AiaooMn. 9a^ 
wyan md Ai^oen^ 101 ftorA 
mm l^il, Vhih^ l»ch, Vir- 
ginia, It the office of Bufttefi 
and Cortrac^ors InAtnfe, 210 
iart 2M Sti^et, NorMk, Vir^nift. 
and at {>o^e Flan 9oQm, f. W. 
Dodge Corporation, 13(W Gnttby 
St»«t, NorMk, Vir^iia. 

C^ies of the (^itrMt Boci^ 
mMta nwy be obtained ftoffl Um 
of^e of Prank D. Tan»n, Jr* 
and AiBoditoa, Surveyors lOid 
&^ne«i, 101 Nortti Plaa Trail, 
Viifinte B«^ Vir^nia, upon <te- 
noli <tf Twenty (f^.OO) DoOaM 
mtKk aet. Titt ftdl wsKMint of 
the depoaU for one airt of Con- 
tn^ THxawaem wffi bo refund- 
ed to ^ch Gen«il Contractor 
autaiiMtng a b(»a fide bid, pro- 
vide Oie Dniwima md other 
COTrtrwA Docui^nte are retarned 
in good cooditiim wi^n ten <10) 
d^ after the opeaiitf of tlM 
i^. One^ialf of th« €»po^ will 
te ivfunded to non-b^ers and 
UcMe» other iiis General Cm- 
taotor^ provl^ig the Drawings 
mi i^MX Contrad Documei^ 
asm Frtunml in fMd eonditlw 
wtthin t^ <10) ^bQ« alter tte 
opening of Mdh 

It f(Ml be mdnritood i^st al 
docunwnts reterrwl to in tiita 
Adveitiaeimnt ihall be carefully 
eMutoied apd rpd and are all 
lieiel^ am^ a part of tte Pro- 
poaaL 




OC 1, diurting 
aoo feM on the iMt aide of Pkai 
Tr«a, atetisi al the Soutiieni 
pr^earty Um of C ft P Tele^m 
Compai^, htviflg a depth of 900 
feel aJmg mAA tot, • widtti ot 
200 fe^ along On Eiatern prop^- 
tyttoeefidt iridtt <tf SOO int 
aei« tte Mitben fNpetty ttat. 
9tKA 2 to be Ci. 1, frc^iiHl 
SS) leat alMg Ibe Baatiati akte <rf 
f>toi t^ bai^ning at tfee 
SmMmm ptopigif lim ot tlM 
above OM^Ioiid pifMl; ht^^ « 
di^ «f 300 liet ^g aald lin^ 
a irtdA of no toeit ^Htg the «Hh 
era Trnftsty Ua» ttd a width of 
SOI hit itog ^ teuthem prop- 
erty toa. idMfeiRMi &u<ougii. 

JOHN V. fivnma^ city otit 

By: Amite (MutoMl 
Deputy City Clerk 

3-124rm 



» U^U>NOTieW 

at 1^00 a.tt., on ^ «^ day, 
igyut paymnt and d^ve^ of 
N»e Bitoto of Hum R- D)w. Da- 
eeMod, to <te legitoN nuned In 
the wm ^hwt lequirii^ re- 
Misfwkbw 
ttM tte taeMng 
fdrtlott ^ ^ toler be pubUd|. 
ad in tte Vi^Aia Bea«h Smi. 
News onoe a «a^ to lour aie- 
laiBive lia^ 
A Ct^H-l*rte: 
^Oim V. I»rmi^. Clerk 
By: Mimli. WMe. D.C. 

mumhnmJM 

fwtl ^ Mi^ BIdg. 
|<taloft ^ '^^gii^ J^IO 

2-27-«1j 



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auy. Pait or full thne. Sweb 
C^VMtry, &c. ^folng maume- 



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Ited. flara whte ym l^um. 9m 
inlar^w «di MMVOi between 
4 end 7 pjn. 



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COMMISStdNM or ACCOUNTS 

CIRCUIT COURT 

CITY Of 

VttOINtA BIACH, VIROINIA 

MAil£M4 19M 
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Work wanted. fHut tinM. Tyj^ 
FOing. Site. 0-12. (^ 420^730 



BABY srrnNG— Ikya to work- 
ing mottera. Cm 426-7480. 



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Uvtog nan tmt^mk ck&tta, 
i^li^ bo^ he^Nma ^nltoe, 
9^ latto^ mattveiaoa, 
qrj^ ^vA KimrttttN, aMlal 
Okbtai^ Mc • a • bnc, aolai^ 
4ililA ckiati, itaaleum. You 
nmi tt-MM Imv^ X i^ ai fae- 
amirtle prices and mn^ ^mm. 

mm $tmir,m mm ceium 

M., Oceana 46-7061. Opn 
to9. 



REMfAL RIAL f<^a 



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Ill A^ft BMHlt fit 

Ttoe roocMb tath, 
l^arAo^itt^V^] _ 
Suitable to ierv^ i^n^m^ 
^HoiOv «£0«14». ^Om^ 
Irani o'wtefa. 



RUQS-^ll l^denm for even 
room in the honae. 14.95 can 
and carry (no <^de^. Walsh 
l^nrittun. ITtt k Baltte. 



FNe <teya work, 1^ the weak, 
liaid, iff housework, or ^ilM 
care. CaU 4:^0746. 



flNA^NOAl 



SO ButlneM teiNwtwnHlea 



anndlm:ements 




WHY i 

mi WOM9 m tmt 



W^ ^ii4 a^her mnter liv^ I1I9 JitQilfm 
W% 1^ Pf^l bills? ^ai^sll ^ ftunoe^ 
^0 1^^ your house^ mi Hnh^fcy damp* 
MHI 1^ ^^ outsUfo •«» wM tNIi^ irf OM 
^W to«N»s»« budg^-fttMng mm IMPROVI- 

t^piA' or hyrgytma nti ^m fti. 



<^|W«6 AU. BA^WIMS ^RVia»; 






AutoLMns 
Christmas Chtb 



Safe Oepo# ^xes 

(At Va. ^ach «^ Aragcaa 



AMPLE CAPITAL . . , AMPLE LEKDING LIMIT 



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VXRgai^A BEACH 



NCmOE is herAy tfwn, pur- 
suant to Saotto 04-101, Ce4» of 
Virginn, that the undeii^ittd 
Commissioner of Accwnb^ ht^ 
itig to aettlanairt (ba aoeoiiiA 
of The Biak id YlilWa, Vmm- 
to uwler the wUl of fimeiaM 
Vttnm IMc^4i^ DeeMMd, and 
hflnii^'bem^^piMM ^ tte sM 
pmismi r^>rMeiMive so to ^ 
hM 49oMad April 3, 1^ at 
mm o'dodE 9M., et Rottn 316 
MontioeUo AiYxde BuMii^ Nw- 
{^ Vlr^fdt as Ike tifiM tad 
l^aoe to receivlnl ^^f of debtt 
aiid d«n»ids a^mt tba tM 
decedttit «r IM eili^. 

mMl^ S. imMUi 
CkttunksliaMr of Aeoamli 
3-12^TIi 



cmtmmM m C% alAC 
^iiteBeMh, en the Mil «hf af 

rebiHiy» »W4. 



Wilttim Alford Hargrove, 

P^kititf 
uaiii^ 
Patty Hairwve, QeCeadaM. 

Tte cAj^ of tiite suit is to 
piNain a divorce a ^^^ 

ant, ^xm the grwincb of d©^- 
tion witliM^ i^ eause for niMe 

Ai^ an iMtdavit kavti^ b^i 
made and fil^ that th» oMe^' 
ant is a mn-mi^it of tte Stole 
(d Virginia, the lut known post 
^fi^ a<Uress beii^; Brodum 
nm York, H is (»dei«d tet Ac 
do appear here within tea (10) 
days after due publi^ttioii hwe- 
(rf, and (k) f^at may be neomh 
sary to protect hu tatoest la 
thu suit 

A ojw— ^te: 

JOHN V. FENTW». Owk 

Byi Mary M. Wl^ PC. 
IRYDGES A BRYt^ 94. 
1369 Las^in Road 
Vitnma BeMi, Virginia 

2.a7-4Th 




3333 Virginia Beach B! ^rinc«5 Anr» Waza 

2208 Waterworks Rodd <sr Robbins Corner 
920 Virf inia Bea "" " d. ^t Arfcjona,''"' 



P M — F'''<fey 




«te7rM- 



WI^MIA: 

In Hw Ctreuit Ceuvt ef fba 
My «f Vlr^fiia Bwrt en Me 
24lh Day ef Nbniaiy, 1^4 
tiTATI Of HARVIY *• DYE, 
MECiAtID 

SH^ CAUSE OBDER 

ft ^[jparing that a^ report of 
the aojount of the Virj^i? Na- 
tional ^nk, a continuation of N^- 

)nal Bank of Commefce of Nor- 
i^lk, Virginia, Execu^ ef the 
Estate of Harvey B. Dye, Deeea^ 
ed, and of tlie debts in demand 
aaainat bii «tile. has bee^ fUad 
ia the Clerk's Offk»v end that 
m m six menths have 

olapifea suicc t^ qualtftcation eo 

ittUilVn m VfK SRXVI iBW^WIIf^f » ^ 

llniD that the (aeditan ef 

lUg^ail intereiled in t|i« 

i estat^mpl cause dn the ZlVt^ 

"arch, 1964 before the 

• ;aioife«ai^ Court, at iU Courtroom 



10 Special NeNeea 



I^ot^t ymr iv>ipe from tte ho^ 
ror of fire al n^«t UL «v- 
proved. Fire Mnu^ing tystom 
for pennks a d<^. VANGUAI^. 
622-0616. 



Att typai id ty^M to orden 
manuaeriat bu^aaa latton. oi- 
velt^ i^fflMitag. alaa^ ed^ 
It^ % 1^^ aii^onHGaU^ 
gFMuatai. tf f(m need aeo^- 
tai^ Mntai ePwalMMito, evwi 
amhrMto; lit teUoeeee 
of your wofk Hates (m lequ^. 
CaU .foanae Prk» GA84365, 
211 TQlh &, l^gbita Baa^ 



MANAGING P^TOER 

Itefinad peraom^ unenoun- 
bwed gentleman, M to 00 years; 
tmsinaas eiparfwoe required. Cd- 
lege and pmmotjfwal b^Kkground 
desired. Maoiihig putmr in 
smaU apartment motoi. I^iUm 
wUl i^ude ogrre^ndanoe, tm^ 
moti<x^ fWit relatloit^ bookhee^ 
hig and office dalails, ph» o& 
cuional mai^enance. Ifa^ be 
emp^yed elsev^re diBlx^ the 
<kiy, pe r to u ting dul^e ^ii^ 
eventag bsan and on wedcen^ 

Tl^ If m mammX onxutuaity 
to a gei^man of cl»racta* vbA 
persfiMllty to anjoy idaMaat hv- 
ing condttkKia plin inooine wMh 
minor eflHt 

Mtahnum <»pital of ^,000 re- 
quired u evideoPa of r^^onsi^ 
bUtty and food lil^. 10% return 
guaranteed, 1^ ihare of ad# 
^mtf proftts. U^ qwten in- 
^Mm^ if deured. 

fkm9 sttbtott comptotf resume, 
00B$ tnnlmai and fbMMiif 
lefecwou to B<» 1«^ Vii^ 
Beaeh 8tt»News. ' 



HAW Gmtm; WUL TRAVIL 
to pnytUng tiwt nioete: cbUdren 
or adutt {NHti^ ifffice chibs, 
ch^reh froup •^ ftOkf soin^ 
Inm a swtngin' hoetfaiany to 
awm n M it w^ p4 eld WsiMi 
bi^di. Alse square daaea oiU- 
Ing. '^m Price, 211 70th 
a^eet^ ym^ aeMJh. OiU 
0A&4m. 



PIAIM mmm to bagniMrs. 
My hMM « ^Min. 209 7m 
Stie«t. #M488, 



T«Mitoii — Used. 

Bm0t, and Said. 

Hoitaa C0BMJQO 

OaiAHTV 

Ooaana, Va. 

atai door .to Howafd 0ean«s 

m»m GA 84774 



i^ur^ue rppitoa^Mii lefinistMed. 
Ant^ ta#an r»tored. 

JmfiiMW^mm a^p. 2328 

CSfWitf^ckid^ Vtoghia Beach 
4i4.1(M. 



11 TimwerHttlM 



A hPUOi/mim ^w^Va fiii 

d^. OiipMQy MlMtod drivws. 
CM 6^0^ 



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"^wM^HHMMi(ip«iafM^lpe 



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1061. 190^ 
1^ de«|i. Oial 

^mmi, ext aio. or 4^4901 



ammmMt, IMO. Good eondl 
(iOB. eii^ to quick €»sh 
buyer. CaU OA 0-1475. 



mi^hi^-mms 



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to Afipltence lervf^ 



VACmjy CLEANraS-Hoowr. 
9^ lad service, fim^ •<' 
lldent repairs, nsk «p ^d 
deJivery. Phone 0A64^2. 

rmi food * mmm ^p- 

31 BuH<»wg-Rtinti#fl 



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MntLFURNfFlffiS 
beAeoBM tem^ia ^maHms 

mel^l fumttun . 

Corafti and JMe (Heaa 

OouMa b«ia, 

Hito stands 

Vsar^ cteirt 

DMdtchatae 



(tee bedroom, ^..^ .wv... 
«^en. Cn 4m seen sMtt a 
to 12 p.a. CMl «l»Oi^ 



Dttj^ afMBtiawt N^^ mew 
Hodern, nci^ iuralN^. yottr 
moim, Ml j^ tabs « ium 
wooded tot. 4«»>2M0. 



T^ee 2 - l>edrod|B 
tonMwd and 
Ninety teBani per ttMith. Ap^^ 
ply after 3 pjn.. 210 find Si 



t4Mip»-^Aaor and dMK 

teV8to->terp 

Would r^r «tf at eaa M 

C^ be aeen by ciOtatf 4^2(»l 

to appoiirtmeiH 



Uwaa Court Itotrt A^tft^nta, 

^ptitoMirts. All 
bMtted. Also, 4-ro^ 
ueat wA MnMsbad 

er Biottli. 




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CSrow your own Autt aad H<^ 
Free copy SO-pg. itaitM 
Guide <^i^ in coto offend 
by Virgnia's 2«-gest wmm» 
of fruJft treM, ^ trees, berry 
pkurts, papa vtaes and ku^ 
acape ^kb$. nuterial. Mm- 
pe^le waMed. WayMbwo 
Nunei^ Wayne^KHTo, Vfr- 
ginia. 

■ MMTaL «aL mAit 



110 Apurtow^ts UnlumliiwI 



Mrnittad wd itotov^e*^ 
to 4 bafteoia hfinaa md 

iji^. tturt tmn or y 
^Eff Ba^. (kU 6A^742i 
my^ Ba e . 

RWtALRlALBTATE 



114 ltoM*«« Nr AMit 



T«o be^Din €QiNig| fur^h 
or uafwuita)- Wpar 
jyefrty. Vacttrt. 



115 



WROINIA BEACH — Fu 
nished hovm a^Mle A^a 
1st, Two bedmofsi, w-cm- 
ditkmed. lUO mrirti. Ca 
421-8615. . 



117 Wantad Te toil 



i3~itT A m> mKTQt^n 

tmrand iaMMt m^^ptgaii 4^ 
vi^paants, apartoieats^ not^ 
risk e^itaL Dehoarva MmȤ^ 
it bvaatment Co.^ Ik., 9m 
Sb(»e Drive, Norfolk, Va. Mai 
6&2S70. 



^IdiTaiiriFsIl^ 



10 Arficlaa Per ^le 



nSLSVtnOfl SETS-Ussd, in 
working condition. $10 1^. Cub 
•ad 9mr. Baadi TV itovieai, 
422 VIrtfnia B^ch Ofd. 
4 ^7021. 

CLOTHES LDOE POSTS-I22J8 
ompl^ely in^dled, heavy 
duty T posts, with four U^s 
(100 feet), set la concrtto. 
i^doe GA84^2. Fud, Feed 

$s Bulldiag &ippty. Inc. 

- — li 

PLy^S-^sed. Spinets, Gra^ 
\}^im. Concert Piano TuMr. 
^oies A. KeBey. (M 
74 »M. mi S-11 pjn. 



unfw^fead, M i^ mm»' 

Two bediwn na^rtfUiedjii^ 
mmi wKh dining rooBa a«i 
adeened pwcfa 19040, 
httirato. BeU ^al 

m4m. 



l^a^r teUFM ai^ ^unMrin 
Piteeev Awe na». <^wr 
al fia tt ^* a_i^^ •ftap « .\ 



111 Ai»M»ewta FumisM 

ApaitoMffit for rent, funuiM. 
Y^r round, I^to mothMHty 
g^^uple. Nopta. 

mtmrn. 



93 HeusehoM Oeeda 



"Spring has £^u^ 
Reiq^Kdito and reflnhli 
fura^^ lK>w! !D»1 428^77 for 
free ertimrte— no oblipitip^ 
latest awieriite to ^ooae mm. 
Tree pickup and deUvery. 
Hitttop Uph(M«Aig Co. 

1000 \%. BeadtBM. 

Virginia Beach Ph. 4B$4^ 

"We Buy and §eU Furntttae** 

— UAS^Eb 5#Uy — 



One batboom. Hiring raom, kHcb- 
raette. CeiMalty Io«ted. ^aa- 
<mrt>le rert. <^ GAB'MOO. 

RIH>EE uamL AP^nSSfTS 
1, 2 room ef&d^ckii ^m- 
Idetety fwni^. Weekly, 
nmO^. *^e can fuinisb ev- 
erytl^ tat food." fOOat^h- 
ly ip^nwaL GA8-6(M, GA 
ft970L 



lliret bedrocm ua nmu sBp g apuae 
c^ to <)iMyA.f iKAuArOncp! 
Permanent tona 
two and Ibree jjeoruaai 
B^dwd apaiiments and hau 
BeU Seal £$Ute, 420-8322. 



116 Rent er Sale 



HILLTOP MANOR, 724 Vt 
Rd.,— Three bedrooiqa^ 
|U0 per month. €fn U\ 
McLesky Sealty OO. 



REAL. ESTATE FOR 5.* 



124 Houses For Sato 



Three bectoom, 2 

ILynnlttvra m^. 
ai^ointaie^ 429-21(0 
<^-2M9. 




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mnmuw UsHttB. AbweSie 

313- 35th ^M« 

Virginia BmcH 



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$14SS 

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$2000 
3000 

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M«^|i|e Scnkaa 



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ANY AMOUNT-FAST IWtVtCB 

ANCHOR REALTY 
GA 87421 AKYITME 

P^MPT HCW/tf FNANCt^ 

HOi^^ FEDERAL SAVINGS 
AND LOAN ass<k;iation 

y«« sousH •T(r««T • Momwoim 



CLAS^ttD DISPLAY 



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BLP NESS SERVICK 

M. M, WALKERl 

ROOFINC^GUTTERING 

Hm Reofid And Qtturtd Vwimm 
Bmk Iw The Pmt W Ytm 

NEW OR REPAIR 

@A 8-336d 



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Wati^fiMt t^nmoaity 

(013 fcm sAu; 
BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE CO. 

#44051 mi^ M8.tm 



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Repair* 

Coimneraat 

Household 
Refrigeration 



AppHaKcf 
aaii 
SiKtricwl C^ttlnn 

W. C JOHNSON 

}2X-17tb! 



Hg,M,« fc^ a^^«W^ mir^y, mnh \% 1964 
AIITHUft LAWtmCI RKNAMIA.MYAN 



JAilLiXtiVfUM, m. — ll•^ 
in Private Ar^r tmrmmt tM 
f^ V and Mn. CiMiilljnmtiMi 
c: k.ut« 1. Vtofteli BmS^, wm 
flraAualBd rtm^ fimi te 
itrturtwi] f%nii Afr "Miaini 

tie has TkmtmA M kto ho^ 
towa MMtae Qaip Iteawpt oi^ 
for on<%»>job ttii^ vnlU mm- 
flieUon of hit ffai OMnCh Milva 
diUj ttiNAing. 

The ^Ig ht w Mfc Kko^ te ^ 
aigned to giva MiilMa a vwIk^ 
know!siStf6 of ImNI mA ^mf 
tMla ttwd in mMoi^ «m1 a »- 
f: 5her count to fliyita ud 
maUMNMttci. 

WILLIAM U MTTIII^^fi Jr. 

u«. o)itfT ouAW ainm 

A-., isMtttt ttOmnm, 
n of Mr. asd Mrs. Wa- 
U PaHanoa, &., of ^ 
JMberry Soid, l4nm>i¥t^ Ih^ 
" ' laat month ten MmM 

OiWtr Andiwoetlte Av 
antral on O^ia i^ta 
In the Atlantic. 

an Oeaac fMttai S^ 



"Andy" 



falgl 



r. ««1 malnMn • ^ed potf- 

in the Atlantic. Sevmil n^ 

are manntd ^nabua^ 

an aoMmenl of ^ 

ional Civil Aviati<« Oi^ 

|Ufa»lion madt up of ^ «OQa- 
tnet of Norway. France, Cni^i^, 
Tba NMhariandt* and Ite tt^ad 
Statat. 

The Coast Guard nunt tern 
«eein tuUoat in the AOm^ Mtfl 
tiifte in the Pacific. Wm m 
atation the ship sends t mutuA 
mSkt heaeon aignal gMnf m 
intact looation. taag rmm <4r 
rater is \isf*<i to tnck i^ 
and vm^mc Id 
^fAmes. 
£m Mroacogj;in $km ttiM> 
informiMM to Ito 
Buraatt ind fw- 
1 raaoM di^. 



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IMMI N. KtATMY 

l^nnM^RlSB — RMitrd 
A. Brian, ttieetronict leehaidan 
ttiid ^m XJ^, ton of Mr. and 
IN. tet IL ftyan <tf m2 OUve 
Qma Itm and Marine Private 
nut Cteai SMie N. Ifatney. mn 
of lb', and ftbs. A. C. Mabiey of 
MO Avalm Ave., both of Vir» 
l^ria Beach ve atfving dboird 
tiia a^ttf 0wir^^Mc •Ir- 
Ml ovitar US M^rte, ^ 
cMttag out of N«f A. 

SMerpcMt dapMtrt feb. 8 tor 
her tMrd tear ^ <^ wtth tiie 
Si]^ neet in ^ Mtditnfaean 
waa. fittoi her ^nMiirionlng in 
I^. IMlt J&^iprkie has logged 
nKm than 140,000 nUtei tai At- 
taiMc, iS^Maan and Medi^- 
mmm viien. Ouring *Ms partod 
lit hill aA hem retoeM. 

tto ship wflU vlait aeveral parti 
ra ^stores of th« IM^Rniin- 
etn duriiMl Iw twir of du^ with 

m sumwhrn. 



WILLIAM D. MeCORO 

4TH Asmsmm im., cm- 
umv (iWmc) — Arm sgt. 

WffliaBi D. IfcCopd, vAfcm wife. 
Harjorie, lives M 823 Virginia 
Bm^ B1i^., Vi^nte Beach, Md 
«th«r m^^ of ttM ^ Ai^ 
m<»ed CKiAMi Uxk pnl in Bx- 
erdae mjm tLAM, a fteld 
tolling «Ni^ n^ Weriberg. 
O^HMV, iidAdi ended Wt^ 14 

Ifers tten M,000 soUiers with 
ttgta- Maj^ni whiekst uA oM 
wmUm ^ra^mmlL pMPtMpaM 
in ^ hwia tttto coariMt umli- 

ter^ant M^^i^ a ai|Md 
hM^ in Co^uv A of tt« dl- 
#ito*i ^Mh G^Mer StttaUon 
um temdMi, Gtfmmy, «m- 
tared the Army In Augutt 11^ 
and arrived overseas on thb tour 
of dufy in Novenb«- 1963. 

Aalei^^ tM ^ Mrs. Crc^er 
HcCard. 235 Eighth St.. 1^. U a 
iMO graduate of WaMnflon 
High Schod In Cairo, <■ 



mmmn v. marun; Jr. 

M/^<mUU Mm, Ata. — Cap- 
^m l^gM* V. Martin. Jr.. of Vir- 
gU^ Beftdi. gr^utted frtmi the 
tlitft^ mim Air V^rrn'M Squad- 
rm OffMr Scbool at tte Air 
Univend^ here Friday (O^nbw 
18). 

^pUiiA Itertia wu Mtotted for 
the ipedal profe^onal officer 
tralftSng in yeo^pytiM of hit 
d«nonstrated potektal at a ^d^ 
er in Ae Mif^^x krm. 

The captain, »n of Mrs. I^ro^ 
thy G, MaHin of 41fl Kingswood 
PI., Virginia Beach, received his 
B S. degrM in IMS frmi Itie Vir- 
ginia Military lasUtute. 

^I^aln Martin k being r«ai- 
sigMd to a permanent twse for 
du^. 

MICHAEL E. MIMS 

AMARliLO Are. Tei. — Air- 
mm Third Claw MichMl «. mm 
of Vlr^nia Beaeh, has c(»r:|ri^Gd 
the technical training coarse for 
United States Air Forn in^ntoi^ 
ipMlaUiti hffe. 

Alraan Minui was trains to 
order and account for supplies 
and equipment through the use of 
punched cart accounting mach- 
ines and electronic data pr<^8i- 
Ing equipment. 

The airnwu u tiie son of Mr. 
and Mrs. E. 1. Rhodes of 060 S. 
Blrdoeek Itosd, Vir^nia B^ch. 
He attended Kellam High School 
at Princess Anne Court Houm. 



WERE RKWrr THERE 
WHEN YOU NEED HELP 

iimnuMiiNGft 

HiATINO, If^. 

' Nav^ Work and Rapalrs 



/m-UU • D«y-.4».2tll • NM« 

114 VA. BBACS BLirb. 
VDraiNIA BEACH, VA. 




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J(»WH L. KNWW 

u. & wot^cm, <mMm^ 

fiWIffO — Army ^a^M 
Four Joseph U Ki^iL irtioaa 
trntte* %vm in Vlrpfiia 'Bmf^ 
provldid impart; tti Oarmany for 
a roMnl NAfO frikl training a- 
mdsa, a i»rt of OMrMion BID 

Sp<^liM KttigJrt, a driver in 
the 125th Tna^rtation BMttf- 
lon's |UM t^i^^rtetion Com- 
INUiy near Aug^wg. enters the 
Army in IM6. He was lairt sta- 
tioned M Fpit Bngg. N.C., a^ 
«Tirad overseas on this Mir tf 
duty in August lOM. 

Knight attended ^thd m,C.) 
High School. 



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Volume )^XXIX, >k). 124 



TELEPHONE GA 8-2401 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, AAARCH 24, 1964 



8 Pages 



SINGLE COPY: 5?. BY MAIt %6M%k YW? 



CITY COULD 
GET AID M 
BDILDIMI 



VDKI1NIA HEACa -> tte sao- 
itraMton of ^ «^» bi^Mp 
covM be {wd for ill ptrt< by Aid- 
erjd fundi in the toture If ^ 
bulMiJigi BM&t gov^aai«M MMK 
•n^ ftUout il»Ker requlremeflts, 
City CouncU wm told Mcwdi^. 

Jives Hgrtsley. Amj^oisd TMd 
BftpmsentaAivA for the ^end 
civil defewe progitun, toW eoun- 
cU 4h« iKHwrnmeiM would pay 
90% of the mA wton communlt* 
iea wected oU^ tot ecwU be 
uMd as ' ^ a wrji u t ey e^ftrol 
centert" in 41» ewrt of «h rt- 
<i^ or ui^ni din^if . 

Sttch sin^r«8 ^^old 1h^ to 
lie Iwavier ^tn wlinary office 
bui^ifl^ to provite betinr |>ro- 
teeUoB from atomic Viu^ or 
faltoiM. and must have MCh hr 
cMm as kitchens, irater wtpply 
and sewage, Heju^ said. 

He told council ttie buildings 
oeM not &^ a gpeait dMd of 
vm^y and tlut ccuta <muM be 
beM down by buiMiag «t least 
of the atrucfeuit under- 



Vommunity- l^mt' Changes ^ow Date 




Aragona Case 



Youth Draws Jail Sentences 
And Fines For Cliase With Police 






The Prte^ AaA Ruritan Club has chai^ the opening ni^t df its annual Minstrel Show to March 31 bcoiMe Ac original 
April 1 date oonflkM with the Mw Vtrgtaia Beach Pa^ant. to he held that ni^t at the Civic Center. Minstrel Show Producer 
Homer Cunnin^am said the Ate mm chai^^ because o* ti»e beauty pageant appearances here of Miss America and Miss Virginia 
which were arnuBged ^out ft rau- 1^. An^ Evans, Jaycee chairman of the pa^ant, said the Ruritan Club's cooperation showed 
'Tine wmm^ky tpW."* TTk Minstrel Siow is now set for Mar. 31, April 2, 3 and 4 at Princess Anne High School. Pictured at 
rehears^ are (Wt to r^t) Itoni7 Carney, Arthur Boothe Jr., Bobby KcndaH, Murray Malbon, Beverly Sawyer, Cunningham, 
Musical Directo- Oarit Grav^ 0«lie Oomrey. Chib Resident Job n Sk.Hlman apd Show D gector J ohn McFall. _^ 



^ich buil^gi <mild hMNW any 
kM of govemraeM o(ft(« «a a 
diy^Hl^y biiis «id wouU only 
be vied as t coiAnd: cmMo' by 
load civil defense person^ in 

OMmettmn exprened nrtaurMt 
If tt« posMMiet ^ the ptan but 
no wt^ nil ^«B. 

In other aotkm Council: 
AtttiariKajl 



ITREET 
CHANGE 



City Leads State And 
District In Construction 



VIROWIA BiACH — 11» 
Princ^i Anoe Historiod 1^1- 
^ w»^ to (ftangt ttt name of 
bdepeadenoe Bmilevwd, C^ 
Cmn(M. teuriMd Hdii^. 

The ^dety's board mMfting 
neent^ I^Mid a lei^tiaa ask- 
li^ tiMt tbe i^MM <rf ^ thor- 
«tt|hfim be mu^tAU "SM Do- 
naUon Road" ^MMM ito prawit 
name is "too ^»e^ 




mains In 
parts ef 



the 

4ft 



Ne\^ York « 
the iMfcallKtlQn of 
the north s^nA isentrtl 

AeMm^ ^ «be <dd |m] 
JPriimMS A^; 

m Appt^titeA 1^,000 for 
tiM iWice MpntMM «o te used 
for iisqute^ etiplpranit w^ vt- 
tn iMn. 

%jm bid to' teutas itoim <iie 
)■& msoateby A E. M^bmi. 
Itee iM m vasmmok le eoui^ 
dl«t V9te M* duMMIite^ Hit 

fw« of tte widiat tteuiten 
oA^ttd Meeatlr md ti» i>lte> 

OM Anne OlNfftoal SodM^ at 
Me Vam mmata^ in piuaii rlnc 
the iwiMii^ wit ^Motod «i tlQP* 
b^ tiiey DOW 1^ th»% wm 
notiung left to cave. 



. vmcamA beach — Virginia 
Bead) is far ahead of all <^her 
Wr^ia dttes in conrtruction 
auttMrind (hiring Uie flM two 
RM»^ of 1^4. 

Hk two>month report of the 
Builden ti^ Conti^ctors %Kr 
dian^ itww» the pennits M Vir- 
f^% %tmA to be valued at 
|14,013,0(M. aosMt runnermp )• 
'Norfott: y^m HSCtt^OOO. 

J secretary Qeorge 




Cily Mat^MT W. ilusseU 
fbfefaett. read a let^ from the 
aeeMar'i peiMMit. J. Ztevte fieed, 
ft^ at Itoid i y^ Coua^ mteting. 

Iif M i0ttw Itoid tald ^ 
bwMi WM ti^m <o ^^Mwrve ^ 
hMori^ fltiKB- of tto Hea. 

"The Sodefy leeltp bowev^> 
tfM^ the beiMflto A^Ma tbt dia^O 
will be of laitta^ value by cr^- 
^ nran ditfMiive hoapreiaini 
M tite ^aitof and tra^leis to 

Ilie dfy plttu lo ^rito e 9»^ 

esw B^ivai^ li^^ l^ue 
IMve irtft Vlr|N« B^^ B«^ 
«iad Md tiM AOiue NorfoIk-1^ 
gUa iMi ttA ro^. CoiM^ 
ktfk. M» i^<» <m Qm naoliitioo 



Car ^ly qub b IXstrict Wmnet 



only numlng ftir idteftd in the 
•tate but is in front oi all dtles 
in tiie Fifth Federal ibeaerve OJe- 
triot except Waihbigton and BA- 
timore. "Hm dtetrkit includes Vir- 
ginia, WeA Virgil^ tad North 






and South Carolina, Bferyhmd 
and the District of Columbia. 

Washington reported a $34.d 
million -total and Baltimore was 
second in the district with $16.2 
millioQ. 

Wads worth mA rei^dential 
constru^on, totding 111 million, 
domiitited 4^ twoHtnonth building 
report ftram tiw lesoA ctty. 

"Thki pieaiiH a fftepped^p 

L.:.pnjga ro qf jcoainirdal coostruc- 

wffoiro liid mbrf> eburches and 



LITTON COMIHG 
TO flORSE CUNIC 

Professor Omf/tm "W- litton. 
Head of the Anln^ Sclen« De- 
partment, Virginia JPolvtechniC In- 
stitute will be tiie Ws^T of Cere- 
monies at the tw^dav Southeast- 
srn Virginia Horae Clinic. Thii 
Clinic will tw Iwld at the Tlde- 
watsr Hone 4 1^^ Asao^tlon, 
Greei^n^ INudna,- S«^ Muitary 
Hi^w^y, Chesapeake, Virginia, 
April 10-11, 1964. 

ProfaMm litton, wbo has been 
DepertmeiA WaA f^et 1^, has 
rec^ved tbe Wine Aw«i*d for oui> 



John Edenfield, left, and Dickie Freeman proudly diaplaylhc 
^^^^^^^^ g,y^ gyuie to the Cox Huh SciK}^^ ^'"^ '^"H 
»t ifadHHHm CoAVtstkm recently. Tht awei 

^eco^ place among clubs with more than 25 membets liuougii- 
out a four-ttate area, and waa Ac highest award made to a Vir- 
ginia Key Cteb. DicHe. who was instaUed as Lt Governor of 
District 16 (Tidewater), is the chapter's president John is the 
club's protect cfaainnm. Brad Stiliman. anodier member of the 
chapter, was endoned for latematkMa} Piesadent and will run for 
that office iX the National Convention in Dallas next July. 

(Baidiritt pboto) 



NEEDED 
UCENSES 



VttolNIA SEAM — Itany 
Vlf\|^ia ^idi imAerifli have 
net leciMvad mrti* a|i|NWMIen 
«pAi froM fUchmM^ for iMr 
aiMSiMaMia >ta0a> 

The l i badHin en fcuybif laoa 
is ipril is and «Mia cards 
m^ be p ie as nM at fha Mme 

Hrmm «^ tawe n^ nh 
cehnd Mie cards urn urpad le 
n^lfy Alt WvMm of IMeler 
VaiiMw bi Richmond liHinadi> 
rtiriy so rtiat Hi* aiipneanens 
NHyhe mribd te them aha«l of 
the AprN 1$ dMid^ic 



8 From Beach 
On Dean's List 

CTAMiOTTESVHXE - ligM 
Wn^^^ B^di students have been 
pMM OB ^ Dran's LM at the 
U^erstty of. Vii^Ui's CoUege 
of Arts tad Sci«B<^. , 

1^ are: 

MdiaerBurke, mn of Mr. and 
Mrs^ A»eph T. Burke of 103 
f^rstnTs Lane. 

Harwood Hughes, a(P of Mr. 
and Mrs. James L, Rugl^s Jr. of 
^9 Bowman R»d. 

Etdnrd James Jr., son of Mr. 
and Mre. Richard V. Ames of 
^12 IQng Tmam Itoad. 

Thomas Jrfhnwn Jr., swb of T, 
G. Mmtati ol 9W8 f^tardson 
Road. 

Frank Marks, soaf of Kr. airi 
Mrs. Bntdd lluks of 3^ Lynn- 
haves Amaoe. 

Samuel Pincus^ im of Mr. and 
ICrs. FUlip Pixkimei VMR Baltic 
Avenue 

Oiriitopher ^tm, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Donald ttmp of 41<« 
Courrtry Club CM^. 

James Stillmn, mm of Mrs. 
Patricia SUllman of 1^ New 
York Avp«"*» 



sehbois te wim the influx of new 
resideats thet undoubtedly are 
moving into Virginia Beach," 
Wedaworth added. 

He said tim fcnir^d^ area of 
\argii^ Besch, Tiixttm, Pc^ts- 
miutl^ioui CbM^eaka W)Uld un- 
dmtbti^ have tts ^re^est «x- 
moittti lepoM cm recond. 

The two-montti area total is 
1^.8 milUan, mU ^ismI of ttie 
113.1 compai^te report last year 
which «Qded vMh cM^ructioa 
at an tft^me hi^. 

Local Census 
Underway 



A ed^lfically seleo^ sample 
of local househoMs wiU take pivt 
k a ittrtionwide wrvey this moiMi 
to eAride the Bureau of the Cen- 
ma, U, S. Department of Om- 
merce, to upMe many nati<mal 
^ures on specified j^puiatton 
^trado'btics, it was eunoumsed 
ttKiay. 

In addition to the regubr 
monthly inquirha about emjrfoy- 
ment and uiMmpIoynwnt, 1^ 
^rch Curreirt ^pulation Survey 
win indude questions on family 
composition, ^te of marria^, 
migration, and income, according 
i0 Di^otor Jowph R. Norwood 
of the Census Bureau^s Chariot 
^gioiBl Office, 

Reg ional Director Norwwd 
minted out Hut all information 
tumMi^ the Census Bureau is 
Jield in itriot ^z^fiitettce under 
9Meral btw, and cannot be v^d 
tor Iw^stigi^on, taxrtion,, or 
^gulation. The hidivithials and 
iNniseholds who assist the Bur^m 
^ rQ>^ing to its qiMtfions ere 
Mt kluttifled m any way in its 
wports. Tlieir wpBes go into tt» 
(knms Buew's hii^eed elec- 
tionie fmap^m mA «me]xe as 
a useful ftSEUstial picture of tiie 
United m^ mdiMw. 

The Cnfr«« P^qn^ttm Survey 
tHU be conduced bwe and in 
M6 <MMnr iM^ «[«» of 4» 
muAifim^^ weM[ of Manft 
tt. Ibfoimalim wffl be coQM^ 
boally by Mn. Helen K. Bla^^- 
^nn, ^J8 N« Fatr^te- Drw, 
mrtA, and Mrs. Mm A. mt, 
mos Wini^ IMve, ^Mt Omi- 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Eighteen 
year-old Jotoa /tftgona Jr. will 
be permitted to attend school 
Mondays through Fridays but will 
spend the nert 10 weetends in 
jiul. This w» pait of the sentence 
l»«ed dmm en tiie yoti^ when 
he appeared in Munidpd Comt 
Monday on two Aarges resulting 
from a mm auto chase wRh 
police on fdl. ^. 

Judge L. Travis Branch, after 
listening to 45 mhiutes of testi- 
mony trwm three polict officers 
and two of the tiu«e i^senfers 
in Aragrae^ cu, also Mi^nced 
the youte to two y«u-s in Jail, to 
be witWirtd for tinee ymm re- 
voksd his drivers Ucenae t» two 
years nd fined him flWO and 
oonii c(»ts. 

tha sonlsnea was hrslen 
down in this manner; en the 
diarge off radiless driving, 
SSOO and casl^ Ncsnei rs- 
vekad fer 12 menlhl, IS 
months in |all. 20 riays^ which 
will be aaryad himie d lala^ fwar 
the next 10 wsaifniu ftmm 
le yiaM te a p^ee sifen, ISOO 
Mid eoita, liesMs la welnd fer 
12 moi^M and 12 iwanlh s fan 
lell. 

Apparently tl» ren^todar of 
ttt jaU senteiu»s was wiUdiiM 
tor three years pendte^ g(Kxi 
behavior. 

*'Yoar honor, the b^ must de 
Ut f^M^ <n weekM^" AU 



ahd tawrence Creech m, ^lAed 
that Aragona was driving at a 
high nto of speed during Qm 
chase. 

Jud^ Brai^ had l« ■euad 
the i^wel fM^ eniar in Mia 
crowded courifeom when ene 
•f the youths tabled tfwl 
Aragmta't tpaademaiM' rsi|^ 
ersd 155 wdise per how r en 
Virginia Beach B a elwar d. 

Keliun told tlw court that the 
youth Aould lave been given a 
^ket rrther than have the pa- 
trol cars set up a chMe. 

"I offer no excuw for my 
client," he said, "but I can only 
say it is high time that the poUce 
Apartment realises that wl^n e 
man commits a mMemeanor 
they endanger tlM lives of every- 
one on the highway by du^ung 
the offenders. Hiey ceuld ha^e 
minimized tiw severtty of this 
act by not giving chase." 



OOcer Writoce ^d )m coeld 
not let the i»r's iMMe ^ mm- 
b» id give te dri^ • 4^J>e 
cMise he nevw got A>ie^w"^ 
du^ the disse to ffs li 

iheMy^sieiU^^) 
wu haMled ^ As«Mnt (^ 
toTMy Staidi^ ff%lUi|^ 

Mn. Afa^iitslood bataiai r 
Mm ttrou|^»t the ^ts^' 
Theiilha>ii«^%eated4lt! 
of tts cmat rocffli until PAIUj 
eaUM Uai l»«|^ beneh. 

BoOi pefMll told the joAt^ 
tb^ would puuA the ^ 
"Tt^ has ttp^.roe very JUd 
tlw mother Mid. **I e«rt ttaid 
any more." ^ lAer satt liii 
boy's apfoti etg imH be tthc^ 
awiqr frw^ Vm. 

I I — ,. - - . ..II . -|«. ■ I. .- .--..I.. 1 1 . - 

Eastir Paraie 



Man flf ti^ ^r la J^ 
^le 'ywf resi i ve ^fuvMt", and is 
a member of ^JSeoretary of Ag- 
riculture's Nationid Sleep and 
Wool Adv^ny Conumttee. 

I^fessor Lttton was a County 
IBxtentfon A^nt tiiaa IMl to 
1^9, on the VPI taMdiij^ Aaff 
from 1940 to 1044. end an Ex- 
tmsion iUv«tock SpeciaM from 
1044 to 1052. 

Tte SouiMMMtem Horse Clinic 
is being Atoned and con<hided 
by tt« Nansemond Horae & Pony 
Aieodation, and C^apeaiise and 
\1rgaia Be^ borswien tmd the 
Vi!^i]B^ AgricultarU A^nsion 
Serviw. 

In addUion to Professor I^on, 
the Clinic wiU feature demomAra- 
tiomt and instruction from out- 
stsm^ hsttwamn from Tide- 
water and across ttie ^ate and 
staff members from the Viifinia 
PtAyt^daik Institute. 

Information will be presented 
on tl» fee^ig of terses, pastures 
and i^ture mana^HMnt, loevent- 
ive medicine, and parasite con- 
trol, selectton of equipment, foot 
care, stable oue and menagement, 
training and handling a colt, 
blemishes and unsoundnesses, 
how to seled a harm and «)nfir- 
ma^on of horses. Drnnonstratlons 
will be gi'^n <m Hunter and 
Western Equipment and ridiM- 

More information conaming 
the Clinic may be obtained fi'om 
members of the qmnsoring organ- 
izations or from your County 
Extension Agents. 

C)UiP FIRE GIRLS 
OBSERVE FOUNDING 

«I(3IM0ND — Governor Har- 
riKin today expresswi his mtereirt 
and eothusuHmi, ui^ing citizens of 
Virgnia to join in celebration of 
Camp Five Girls 54th celelvation 
of Foindeni Dayi March V7 and 
Birth(tey Week, Jfareh 22-2^ 

ilfe pia^^ the "organized cre- 
ative end^vor leading to nttstery 
of ^Sb and tiie pm^ce of good 
d^ei£d)ip, "whidi helps mem- 
bew achieve bigh'^«ls of good 
dMmder ^^tb» «^h n appre- 
daium of ^ ait of teaming. 

The Govenior Ui^-ligM^ the 
fK* thait totKij^ e bttmS pi<o- 
gnu of mpavia^ «;tivity Cunp 
^re Girls oi«ittttal^ mm to 
eitt^ the lives of girls and 

y^^ WMBl^ 



tog A^$»^%M the p&m. 
^He Mtt sti^ In jaU." J^idge 
Brandi i^ied. 

f^trolmen Dave Ws^ce asd 
R. B. Lavende- both tei^fiad 
^ tad dodMd - Aia|M»1s 
9ied.fe ever U0 atim per hour 
durijig <ttie Fi^ 23 du^ thM 
Ihtfted in Ooeana, eonthiiMd 
iufmigh Angom Villap (named 
after 4^ youtt's f^ier) and 
ciUDie to an end m Ken^i^ville. 

Two of the ywing witnesses, 



Sailing Group 
Sciiooi Starts 



VIRGIOTA MBACH — The 
Broad Bay SaiUng Assodsitton will 
tqtonsor e "S^^ S^ool" the 
flnt four Fridays in ,^>ril fbr 
persons ii^rested in iMrnlng the 
ba^ prindples of smi^ boi^ 
sailing. 

Chuck Tferry, duirman of the 
BBSA (Educ»ti<m OonuMttee, wiU 
conduct the daases. ^ charge 
wUl be made tor members of 
me Assodalion but dU)ers will be 
r^ulxed to pay a ^ Itee for the 
4-week <KHine. 

The flrat tooling wrtU be h^ 
et Terry's home, 208 OSft Street, 
irit 8 p.m., Aprtt 3. If enough in- 
terest is shown In the classes, a 
more centralize locale will be 
chosen for the dasses of A^ 
», 17 and 24. 

Topic for tite first four sessiora 
wUl IndiMte: 

1. Prindples of idling and 
Sailboat Nomenclature. 

2. The'Ait of Sailing. 

3. Sailboat radng I^ctips wd 
Rules. 

4. Hfcdntenance awl Care of 
l^bo^ and l^pmest. 

DON HeCRKKLAND 
ON DEAN'S UST < 

OHiMW. mU. — Donald tL. 
ifcCrickiBd of Virginia Beach h» 
been m^ed to ^he Dean's IM of 
the Univmity of North Carolina's 
General Colfege. 

The JGmeM College is ca»- 
p^ed of fiPNtown and sophomore 

To ^Mbi hwior roll ftatm a 
stodeiA must nnlntain a "B" av- 
enge mad reo^ve a 9«de no 
knear mm a "C" in «iy of ha 



Indiana Man 
Will Address 
TAH6 OrottR 

JKmOlX. — William H. 
Lea^ of Soutti Bend, Indiang, 
Vice President of the First Mort- 
pge AdviseMry Cor^mtion, wiQ 
be the fiie^ iveyeer fer the Tkle- 
water AMBdaWof^ ?rf '^^me 



at « o'dodE. ^ wlU ^ 
oMi *Wismtiai For lend to- 
pr<rwa*nits." 

With a t»a^round of over 15 
years exj^nnfit ta moiti^, 
land devekqpment uA&m^Mc- 
tton kiens, Mr. Leach now travels 
20 stetes sp^teUzh^ to Land Oe- 
velopntenft Ifimm smd Comiruc- 
iUm Lottu pto^ ws ad ttreu^ to- 
cal tMTtgim hsnkeof . He ki in 
dttife of iii mvaMiMnts of the 
First Mortp^ IHi^tors in the 
Midwestern and Bas^mm Re^is. 

BEACH SUPERS 
AHEND D.C. MEET 

VAGIMA BEACH — Seven 
area iMiildefs repr^ented the 
Tidew^r Assodatint of itome 
Buildo-s at the qMrii^ meeting of 
the stole grwip's bottd of direc- 
ton Ifonday in W»hl^ton, 0£. 

ThQT were Julian RaMdnd, 
SlaiU^ Waranch, Lee Gifford, 
Fred NapoUtmo, W. W. Reiaor, 
Edvraxxi Brogan and WtUkm J. 
CoHiM. 



filels 







VmOiHUk JHEACH ~ You 
naod no kmgtf wander what hap- 
pened to the okl-fashioned kind 
of Salter Parade wten lM||iis 
and friends johiad tofMher HTe 
stroll along tiie BoiordwaHt 
Wwini'SBiicr serviecs. Because 
VklNa Baadi is returr.ine i^ 
the tmdkiup. this T,ii 
anal - "-ur. 

Will > ia»;W)il ac t f.- 

dertirt 
man, Mrs. 
Ju4^|ar irUl 
rtroOen to award Iha hOMirs to 
the best diealed woman, ntm, 
family teen boy end l*an giii wltl^ 
spedal honon gelni to th^ 
Easter bunny size style s^tecs. 

Beautiful prises have beat ^' 
tribnlsd ty Virginia 
inessmen to be ai 
iog tile judge 
winners. 

The psiede arv-i i^ 
along «w BcMordwaik Iavw ^ 
Street te 7m Sixm aii th. 
l»tMs win be awarded'in flrent c 
the Norwegian Lady. 

Jndging vffl hegia «t 12:45 an 
the prise winners will be « 
iMonoed art 1:30 p.m. 

mUfmiag ISx awards free 
WiU be availabie fm the 
i^ps aboard tiw endting 
tiue' boardwalk trains the tm 
M^ and the Moonshhw Speda)^ 

SMier is e zeal FAHELY Ihiy- 
MsW»it$ your plans now to |(Hn 
^ Buter Faiede with your ttr^ 
% tor the Ammai Virginia Bir 
Batrdwalk fiuter Psrade. 




m 




Mrs. R. «. Gswtti Jr. mi ^m^ Jo# »ie m 



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lAy, ^^ M* 1%4 




^•1 l^wM Y«ir Mh* - UnuMil 






iBtt 1WK-H» spring Flowers Winter MiH 



OPEbNNC 
MARCH 28 

iCttAfiCOAL r 



STwanr ON ftw ^^ MWiowT 

UKi A SRfcAlH Of i#«ING 

.VOODSY, ZEST ^ 
:HM?rOAL BROIUNG nUM 
M Ti Jr FPAGI^Ci 

mmm 



Hmm CLUBBERS 

VQKMKIA BEAun ~ ixif 
Wl)M|MUio« Pine* Otrcken Club 
h€vd M». W r. ISrouimm tpetk 
on birds tnd bird feeden at the 
^m •! tts. S S. Hi>w«rd a^^hc 
ItoA ■Nting. Ptena for a pknt 
irit te A|Mil wen (Uacuaiad. Blue 
^ii^ te •rranflaniinto vpexc 
wni iqr Ito. t. K. flmtth and Mrs. 
L. P. Ct^tett. Red rlbbona rtn 
WM 1^ Ifri. C. A. WaUw, Mrl. 
B. H. Mi»d«n, Mrs, J F, Killen. 
ttm iMMes for faoiticuMun were 
im ^ IMt. K. MlBtoo. Mrt. L. 
P. Qfi^am and Mn. C. Ackin. 



^^Y 



TIME 
IS HERE 



m^d. 




MADI^a 



VM^ n,,.?f Jed Ads 




"Dry Sjprini flower* now for 
next Wlntar't Watwra," waa the 
adylpa gven W jfc nn o| t^ 
Bli^necH iPolnt Oirdea Ckb by 
Mra. Anrieraon A^iMT. «|wn they 
piet recei^y at tjw boM of Mri 
6. L. Uit Mo. MiMV UM** 
denKmstrtte4 bow flowttn dMMiId 
be proceaied In borax and com 
meal to ptmmt HMtr «b«pM Md 
colon. Sbe diipbiyed a tray of 
raaei and hydrangeas, dried a 
year ago, wbieh was very effecu 
ive. Mudamal K. Q. Darst. St. 
and David Storroaot adsd as co- 
boatetsea, with Mrs. £. T. Deacon 
presiding at the coff^ table. 

Mm. OeiJnar J. Dee iniomwd 
the Oub dwt • nowtr Ama^ 
Woriulnp would be ooaducted at 
the Piubyteten Church by Mn. 
J. B. mmXi on A^ • tnd 
urvdnMben to attend. 

Ouriiif ttM bttilneia meeUng, 
Mrs. Dant. Litieitmg Ohainuui, 
annommd that atveral trash re- 
oeplMdM had been purchMfd by 
(lie eh* end imtalM m ftnM^e 
ipo« {ft MnlMi!t( Mttt irMb the 
bope tbit the Mml wAuner JJlr 

er wooM dbttHriili. 

Mn. W. H. HtfntiteQ, piwidwt. 
tttanlMd lira. Unit end ifn. Fittl 
GaQitp for eihJMtiiig ia tba A^ 
tistlQ DJvUott of m reoent flow- 
er Ibow ajpooMMi by 4iw Caua- 
i:^ •! (knton Cinba of Virtfnit 
BeMb, Md Menlanwi J. A. Sady. 
J. W. Vlner, K. W. Ctawfsfd, W. 
H. L^ns and Oarat for votun 



Blue ribbons in the flower «r- 
rsngeownt compeUlion were wan 
by Maadanwi SUnrmont, Viner, 
Hamipn, 9. w Ci>x and H. W. 
UnBS; nd nbbons by ma C. 
Sj and 0- C Dairtl. Jr.; 
4«- ,...jw by HA. «. I^ *oweH 
and W. ft. Mowen, Jr. 

HorUculture specimen awartu 
««« won by Mr*. Cox Mrs !tow- 
ell and Mrs. Davis 

Guests tt the oieeung were 
Mre. Fhiyd French of Portammtki 
and Mefdames I ison and 

M. W. Siada of lueanecK Point. 



For mm dMmwtt.«veatag» 
tkm yoB airin id nKb iMp 
owt hi spwUiig dean freshly 
weaned ctoAea. Expertly doM 





PJLC.C. Bridge 
Wlimert Naned 

VKUMNIA BEACH— The three 
top Cakutta winners in the du- 
pUcate brklge tournament bekt 
at the Prinoeai Anne Country 
Chib last weehend iHive bean 
announced. 

•niey were: Dr. Clayton Bey 
and John Norflaet. firat; Andy 
Swing md Mrs. Betty AtUnaon, 
saeond end Mn. florenoe Turner 
and Mn. Onnand Ussak, third. 

The toumnDenit was ondu^^ed 
by Mr. and Mn CBte BuU of Nor- 
foifc, weU-toown bridge au- 

thMMMb 
A cocktail party and dinner 

ItuBCbed the ev^ fWdqr n^ 

with aotaal towwjpwt ^^^ 

liliirdaar mi tewv tmnMm. 

MMMNICUM 
MMAU — me yumn (^■ 

dtt Canb mat raoenUy at the 
bMtt ^ Mn. H. T. WiBlafflaoii 
OB i^ nm Drive in Vlrgtnia 



NIGHTS 
NEWS 

By piaee O'Qall 

llie Kellam Band heia a vaien- 
..ne Dance in the cafeteria to 
raise funds for band uniforms. 
Couples were cboaea lor the King 
and Queen oonteet Votlna wis 
done by penny votes 

Wlnnen of the contest were 
Buster ££beridge end Unda 
Wright, apeaaend by the Key 
Oub. The Key Club was award- 
ed tlfiilO for their tmaiury, 
thanks fo Buater and tiadi. 

The exact amoum «f monay 
irought in for votas wea wA a» 
aounoed, but numrs aay tbe head 
made a iUcceisftU turn-out 

On March 2, tte art!*«*ii 
legs Bead ettendad lUtett H|b 

School. 'Hwy were called the 



•HlMMian?' Their dreai wu 
ormfcorigla. Adaaliilan was 
10 caota Tbe performanoe waa 
heldiattegymatapn. 

The baadMd driU laea have 
been making spring plans! On 
AprtltftiMy wiM march in the 
AMlee festival and in Miy. the 
Armed l^xrcea Pande Try-outs 
for a9V «iH tMm nMmhen wiU 
be half hi May. 

The S.C.A. spomOKttd a "Topn 
Turvy" daaoe. Durtng the week 
of March 9-13. each girl tagged 
a ^ e^ mMsA te bo^ 
^we^Mttwmd 
erf mi'wmtt Ai litiortwi! ^ te 

e<hMiii<m f^ 

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BIRTHS 

Em. DavM Lester Coatei^eder. 
USN and Mrs. C«(fonb«ler 
anaounce the birth of their firat 
child, Dtvid Gunter. on March 6 
in Quonset Naval Hospital, North 
Kingstown. «.I. Mrs. Coetaabader 
is the former Mias Suaanae Oery 
Crommelin. daughter of Crodr. 
and Mn. Charles U. Walkley of 
Virginia Bead). 



Got 1^ taMiM te aABd «M» 

m ^w ^^ ^ It to II.S. 

te^p BeBii aad aid to yvm 
itew to Aaarm^f^MuN. ^ 

up ^^^Mte ME Miak-Mto gat 
yMT n^mi m aafoi eure \3S 
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Ike Y-tten <»ib wffl h(M a| ^t^iOA MAOT — MiM 
pajam pai^ on AprU 17. Hie pgu]. fii«iner Abbott became ttg 
pi^ wtt be held in the home bride ef Mk Vt^^m^m a 
0/ ftiute Ifclrta. Pirturea will be double-ring cerea^ a^ay el 
ttkn Md f^Mo the clab scrap- j 2 p.m. at Getttoe fiiMst^al 
bo(* tt^er wtertianmeiK.'Tbe|Q)Qfch with the Bev. Mmui^ 
nor ^^ for March it a psnel : Berkeley officiating. 
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wm be aah^ to aUy end expreas 
tt^ e^m « tte aiAlfrt. 



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via be.hdd Atttef MsltaMA J^ 
teaiy Wedc TM i^^ag ^itow 
iriQ be «itored to ^D^^Mim 
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Key ChA 
AfeadKn of tbe Kellam Key 
Chib attanded the Annual Key 

Oub Convention in Richmond alt 
the John BAanhaH^ iiotol. Marc^ 
iS-lS. On Saturday ^h^ met with 
members of other^ Key Clubs to 
dteuas various jiroiecto. FolJow^ 
ing the meeting, k-banquet and 
beU was held. At the present time, 
Chey are in tbe prwesa of com- 
piling a student diraotory. Key 
a^ moAm ere i^ln ^#- 

HMI ttou^Jl^iA (Mb 
fufflrav. »^^ ^ ;w» ^ 
cen wUl be held at the end of 
Mardi. 

TveywrM 

The Aeyei^ will alao go to 
their annual ooDvaaitlon April 34 
«t the Sboreham Hotel in Wash- 
ington, D.C. New members of 
the Keyetites are: Kathy Kersey, 
! Margaret Hill, Carol Currier. 
Monna Tuberville, Pa(t G<«s, 
Xaiiry Dudley. Ifoitiia Brogdan, 
Jean Kovacs and Pe^y Shirley. 
Reeent Keyette projects Indude 
buying «Bh trays for the focuXy 
lounges, a bake sale during the 
week of March ft^lS «i^ aelUng 
cokes and Deamrts at (oe fondty 
p)a> 

monoareni 

The Monogram Club recently 
elected new officera. Tlwy are 



Mr. and Mn. Gwnfi E. M^tm, 
114a WtodvmRd ilwe Vam, ^- 
ipm Bm^. Tte taM^vom tt 
^ «m of Mr. i^ Ua, tW^ 
Kri» 0^^ of l^ S. Wood- 
m^ LaM, VUiimBM^ 

^vm m anrto^ by h« 
ii^, m 1^ wwe « fwmd 
^wn of ^agttoUa mUn et<^d m 
mm^^MmeA Ateeoa M» «» 
broidlred in antique pearls with 
a laoe paneled dome skirt th«t 
foil into a chapel length train. Her 
fingertip veil of aDk Illusion was 
einnged Inm e M tnd fmH 
crown anil Ae carried a cascade 
of phalaenopsis orchids. 

Miss Cameron Duffer of Rich- 
mond was maid of honor and 
wore a baUertna leiij^ gown of 
pink chiffon with a matching 
petal hat ai^ carried a aLscade 
of hai^p^^ nwQi. 

BAY SHORE OIBDI 
CLUB PLANS SHOW 

BAY COLONY — Herbs, their 
uses and garden beauty, was the 
topic of Mrs. G. C. Tatum's talk, 
wben she spoke to the Virginia 
Beach Bay Shore Garden Club 
last 'Wedtt^Klay. 

Mn. Frank Baker and Mn. 
Gilbert Wilson were co^osteaies 
at the Wilson home. ?bns for the 
"Oo& Show", which wiU be held 
on May 14 at the home of Mn. 
C. S. Baughman ia Bur Colony, 
aadji forthcoming Chib tour of 



M& vrare Mai CNnme 
mo jHv^a^rt ^ ilte 9^ 
fbsi^^^Mmtm id Bte^E end 
Mia Am ftnden of Qi^tfth 
<^, N.C. Th^ 4f^m ware 
^nAical to ^i omM of bonoi^fl 
ow^ toy wei^ eruimrf col- 
ored sQ^teir ftoi^n ymte pto 

PWMp <V^y of Aatogton 
eerv^ h» l^c^ber as fawi tt«n. 
Ushen wk« DoMkl Ogl^y of 
<%ipel fflll, VMrther hra&er, 
Mttt Nl^ of Vkffm Bm^, 
cmatik of ttw ptmn, ai^ ^tert 
IQrtoBd of ^rtamouth. 

A^r t iwiptlon at to Amm- 
am MMff Ito^ tiie cMpto left 
for a wedding trip to New York 
City. They wfll make tWr h«w 
iat 639 New York .4ven^^^-^ 
'folk, white tIie,gror»m qii*" 
hifji smdies af ^^ 

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With 2 oWtm raady to «>l^ all ymtr m%\ •»tat» w^ 
Insuw^ problem* Kallam-Eaton wn pro^d, mII# 
mnt «r Mlp ^ Iwy your prof»rty-truly on##^, 
(wrip^ sarvia ^ y«#. 

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and 

. ^ j iaa to the 

eieciea new oinoers. iney are: J 1 1 owing aaMNhill: Alttftge- 
Sam Rich, president; Joe Brytua^fbaal^ Mr*. C S. Mim **" 
vice president: Chuck Spitiner, ' Maartoe JacinSR. Mn- <^ 
, secretary and Don Moore, tre n. Mn. P, W. IM and Mi 

lui«r. ChA sponsor 1* Mr. Dim,.. *i. Barto- »"-^*ti^re. Mr 
JDeSarro. The club is discussing ; Maurice Jar « A. Q, J,^ 

I the poasttuUty of increasing ibe'reU, VU w«. Hi 

letter from six to nine |C. S " '"' - 

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ASK YOUR lYI PHYIIOAN ASO« T 

TRAYLOR OPTICAL 

iMty^mtoAD 

VIRGINIA SIFAru 
499-4. 



FOR YOUK (.UNV 

YOU AAAY IEA\ 
PRESCRIPTION 
OUR HVf LOCATIONS 



Thalia Garto 
Club In iMy 
SpriBg ^Min 

THALIA ~ The Thalia Gar- 
den Club met recently at tbe 
Tbalia Methodist Church. 

Guest spealcer, Mn. S. G. Ire- 
land spoke and demonstr^ed the 
art of "Table Settings and Ar- 
rangenHents". Mn. beland aaki 
that in a formal tablesetting 
wihito ki always used. In informal 
eetthigs to use color and have the 
color in your china picked up in 
the flower atrangenient. 

HosieaMs were Mrs. F. B. 
Bromley, Mrs. D. D. Goff and 
Mrs. J. F. Voorhies. 

Mr^; Tr O. fYeeman and Mn. 
J thews will attend the 

of 

^ to 

be h Tat the Federa- 

'on 'l^^He^ 

■if 'he club. Mrs. 
■lun- ^ 
u the 
lia Fed- 



.1 im uujgr- 

'arfolk. 
■>come » 
A Beach 

id Bird 
w$, an- 
;a Beath 



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bons 





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^Jmg all gffls— S^htt it m Ae wy, ud ^tli* ywu 
Outfit rwdy to ^ob^y on youT XM'd thi^p to <^ 
iBcc 1 know tew Imiato ?rtio we not interertrt In Fnhkn, I 
St ^-hat is new to- Sprii^ 1964 m^t be worth tocltt&i 




filing 
Easter Ou 

^ Since i know few iHnato ?rtio we not inte««a In Fnhkn, 
t^oght ^-hat is new to- Sprii^ 1964 m^t be worth tac 
mxm. mm time of ^r. 

It's a dre»s-y Spring, l^mm «• km rf moA dreu^ f« 
c^wy tim< of day, «ie ««», two pmm, niito that todt like #^e», 
and dresMs with their own j^ett. 1^ «w 
ctxnnmm denominator in all erf ttem is 

There is a larp vartety cA silhmMtei 
lifted waistline, ratunl waistliws, dropped<to- 
the-h^ or lower Iti^ ud ^ ^ii^ws Itoe. 
Slei^r skirte, flared skim, fn^ skirts ai^ 
pleato — either all around or «ily « Iwi — t(x case 
in getting about. The bl«Mcm 'n h^lm than ever 
because of its SoftMss. Sieevw we iet»ta At Ae 
natural stoul^r line m « dlr^iped i^Mtter Im. 
tmn Q&^m "niere are uiunounted sleeve, n^ba stevea, md 
ftx- hte S^ing and SunimM' tte vny dKMt wt-in 
as well as cap sleevsL 

The mmt imp(Mtant point di the $prii^ *64 fashton ^cmie li 
the new freedom in all ckHhes — «> restraint a^where init at the 
s»n» time a c(^plete departure fttim iw too-lwM, nck-like 
^)earUK% of a few seasons back. Fit is more importMit than ever! 
But it m the kind dl fit that n nnxt flattering to ttw fi^re and 
extremely feminine. Nothirtg must he tight— not even a belt 

T|^ are the things that will make this ^^ng's silhmiette 
different. 

Dres^s m general have a slender k)ok~e^n those with full 
skirto when they are not in motion. And they have a Srft feminine 
look— -fwticularly th<^ with rufflra, ftouiwes, nnockli^. tucking, 
embroictoy and Iw^e iroets and scaHops. In this iwwd also are the 
entire line ai^ ttw ^mg skutst. 

This ^Ming's colws are clwr and vMwwit — even tlw ^stels 
have a new bri^tness. They work well togcAer awl all are pjod 
with white. Every color m the spectrum is re|xe%nt^: lif^t 
clear yellows ttirough orange uri anAer to glowmg reds; ^^ns, 
yellowed or jacte; all the pinks fam l^t to strawberry; bhies tinpd 
wtA pay, green or pink; and ^ faivewter family — ameth^ w^ 
wisteria, forerunners o( the fwiples and purplish blues that *1M 
be l^* in the Fall. 

Pink is one <rf the favored colws— Jocks fresh and new tot 
early S^ing aiwJ very feminine and adh. for late Spring and Summer. 
Navy is the big am^JM^— aliMrt always with sparkHag 
white; in suits and <»att iww and later cm, as an accent for whitt.' 
Navy and white is <rften ac^ted witti a thinl color such as red, 
|r^, or yellMv. The ^ry bright Wues are also &mvi^ « streiq; 
awl may outrun navy for late Sprmg. 

White is appearmg in e^my possible tone in every pui ei flic 
wardnA»e (m cMts, jackets, suits, dresses, Hcw^s. There are 
stark whites, chaUt whites. crcAmy dr iv<»y whhes, e?phcll and 
lubed whites <rften u^ aknte but al» ownbined with color. 

Bhttk and white has made a definite place for itself. It's 
fresh k^ing and appears to many <rf die iwwest lorfcing attract 
or Itaral ^nte, stripes, cto«k8 and polka dc^. TTi^ are o^n 
u!Kd in conblnation with eKh <^r w ^ is u^ u an wxent 
tor the oftw. 

Fashk» is always fan to read Aout, but keeping np witti it 
Is not always feasiWe. luckily, there is always swh a wide variety 
that jwu can alwa^ find sometiiing that kxrfks nice on you. 







Litfle Edward Hawwm was perhaps the most excited 
sp^oitM' as feds pmn^arenta, Mr. md Mrs. Eugene O. Fatton, 
cut tlwir 25A anniversary cake recently during an open house 
celebration. The event was held at the home of their daughter, 
Mrs. Bdwanj S. HarrisM, 412 Lakewood Circle. The couple also 
haw a s«i, Eiuem; O. Fatton Jr. About 35 friends and relatives 
attend^ the ^ir. (Boice Ph(^) 



MB 



HEAR DR. RISLEY 



Doi^ht AmM BanMt 

VIWJINIA BEAOT — Qn 
Ttaff^y U0A the Vht«^ 
^adi BranA of *M A.A,U.W. 
!^l Ite «wad ^Uju«'* ^ttntoy 
!^ Schbol fOT Girts wkft Mra, 
Ottriw tmiU m ho^ew to a» 
pre^ner refr«teMat hwr and 

ihd, as ^mr. 

impleniei^^M ^ibian for 
»«rtd^ng thft Gap Betw««i 
^i«Me mA ttc Immm'* a^ 
pKof^m* of sdwse # fiai^<AiA- 
Ifcttsm Woman's <^&i^ spoke on 
"Tlje Ghanpil Www of toe 
UnlfWK." 

Or. Ririey wngi^utoW! tfie to- 
^ fnwp on d»^n^ flie year's 
m^^ whidi ^ «mI ted mn- 
mvwmsl laanlfa^M' to- wm- 
to, but irtiioh offered vaOxM ^u- 
ortionid changes. 



•liwm a^«ft tt« ^mam of 
aroirtiflc iboum thr<w* W*»y. 
Timt is alwaw tl» daroe tW 
pittfpectiw on flw »*— l^r 
a^rt Gimieo. fOT «x»mpte-4i»y 
tbo five you a pfrwwrtlw m 
^imlf and wdetrtific llwu^ 
t^y. 

" The O r I ff in of Mn***"* 
Scienw.' bv Pertwl Buttei-f«id 
arid ihm m^m^" '^-'nwrn .%»«» 
of Sc<«nw* ^ Bronow 

tho Dr W>>Mehe»rt'^ Jat** ver- 
^m nf 'Scienw J^-" *^^ Motem 
"f^rid* «« mwnp ^ks wiU 

woito imSam," *e y 

"Pertiaps you wwla m mier- 
^^ m fnti«^erinf tiie vsTtou* 
imiKM-: MWt? of -saent* on 

wcfety ia tenM of teaJft. M^ 
^ctMiiy. ^rm **« «^ (Bmbow- 
tes." rtte «M. a» 
^ctael (^w»n*s emaavwmi 

"Sltent to^nf." 

Dr. »^ rtrw^ ^»»- ^^ 

j.jii. '««««« tt^M^Am m and 






duc»l in tiie Vii^na ^imoU. ^. 
R^ i^ead i^ ihe instrudoA 
9^ couxMors of ihe Oi^d 
OtiUi 'Rn^risi ttA «• ^itMi 
«m ta« te ^ and itat we 
AouM dl tean awl tt»latteid ft. 

ttr. Ri^y a)nclud«i iMh tiM 
tlMu^ ft^ ^u« ^ «4tiih in 
bm^ma of tt^i^ ^ ici^ 
mA tte faiy^u offw enviabk 
9M \aMi mhi^($M of ^#. 

lbs. Bay ^Ueid Jr. wb d^iled 
(wmtaAof ^ pM9 «t ttu 
Ttemdqr BoMiBg. (Mie* new of- 
^rs taitete Mn. Mhn Br^ 
dterw Jr., ^ "^ pi«^te^; ibi. 
mmUm '^irmmA, aecmd vice 
^^AaA; Mm. Ji^ A. Wwd, 
Masuw; W@ Gv« Irnie HwS- 
mSk eorr^^nUng w^i^^^; 
ai4 Mrs, ^m^ B. &iAtt, f»- 
c<n#^ SM^etaiy. 

mw «en*Mi 1m3^: Ms. 
Jmb^ F. f^w Jr.. Uirtiw^ of 
M^^m «^ Bo^n I^VM^. 

Mnt fii^ ftMiritt, ViMSW. is- 
Ip^^^ by Ifca. «Wwd W. 



Ftower Show 
Winnirs Listed 

VmOWIA BSACSI — 'ftt VIi^ 
gisia BofAi councQ of Gardm 
GxkW Minual flower Aow li be- 
ing held this we^ni^ at tte Alan 
B. aiepard Conv«DU<ui Dome. 

Jibing of ii» Aow, which wfll 
be opffi toA^ fnxn noon to 9 
p.m., was competed fW^y ni^t. 

tlw M-<»tor winner mn a clam 
t entry mtitled "l^bute to 
Progreis," by Mrs. B. I. Watws of 
Um Lynntevoi <^itkrn Qub. 

<Mher wtaUMis mm: 

CiM 1— "Our SpWtoia Heri- 
te^," Mrs. Sid]^ KeOam, Vir- 
^nta ^^ chA. 

Wwdrow Dixon, Mown CroAy 
eh*. 

Qm 4>~"^i^e of ^^rgbda 

C^t S— *'§Q^ HttMia; ^ 
fora»l T^et,** Ifrs. ^^m 
Orsribam. CSK^i^m dub. 

<3aag «— •'L^Ry of B«Mlty,*' 
Ms. Sun Mere<Wi. linUMam 

Junior DivWon — Juntor 
AAievement T«^^*»r— "Wlu* 
Ij^er iNteans to Me," ICs^n Com- 
pmi, ^' Bgvmk Junto dM. 

Fetty, 13; SaMt Md», •; awi 
June A^tasu, 12. 



MlM Kathleen ^vms and Mm 
MwA Hau^r left Saturday for 
^rmuda where they wiU spend 
their ^>ring vacation. Miss Evans 
is employed by -Willis Wayside 
aM >Mi» Hwser is a senior at 
Virgiiua B^eh High Sc)k»1. 



Rose Society 
Holds Meeting 

NORFOLK — * TlM Tidewater 
Rose ftwiety n** on &|n^y in 
tt» Auditorium of ttie Adminls- 
tn^n Building in a» Norfolk 
B<^nnical Gardens. Members 
present were from Norfolk, Vir- 
gina fi^^ and PtfUBiwuth. 

"m. J. R. MwAvoy of Ports- 
mouth, a nwmber of the society, 
demonstrated on how a po^d 
rom ^lould te planted. 

Ite aid that when the plant is 
bou^t rt the nursery to be sure 
tte tin can is cut ^rrectly to 
tlwt in lifting the row out of the 
can, tl» rotrta wlU not be dte- 
turl^. 

Al» that if the row plant will 
l» kept for a few days in the can 
to let the aoil dry out, the plant 
will be lighter in wei^ and 
easier to lift out wlwn it is time 
to plant it in the garden. 

A lecture and demonstration by 
Ernest Smith of the Eastman Ko- 
dak Company wm jtfeaent«i by 
an interesting color movie film 
on how to take closeup pictures 
of all kinds of flowers and roses. 

Tht n«»t replar nweting will 
be i»id on Sunday, April 1». 
time and place to be announced 
lA a later date. 

Miss Dlanne CrwjneiAergltt of 
Virginia Bmda has pl«l^ the 
(M Ome^ socW MiorHy Kt the 
University of North Carolina in 
Ch^iel Hill. 




HOP 

RIGHT 

CiOWN 

and 

SELECT 

YOUR 



Wf create Floors IbM dlttiairii* 
-jteit In tem^ f^^m, A«fi, 
Amc IMlvMmUy IM^Mi Ume^ 
IsMD Ploon em^r OMrt. oolor- 
contrast distibctioa whid ae 
q«>sr flM¥ wcatneat «u m^A. 
Oskfi, m«ih— ^OwKtwr to B 
irafd—Asi ^vc hwt^i^^ awyte, 
•t aoffarais Bm<aM May «• 
l^ve yoQ aa crtlmale? 

J. C. Law (r &)n 

MMffCMJC. vnMnNU 
Mlf Mbr nm. MA M439 




Sunday, March 39 

Mia Atlmtlc At*. 

OAI-34S1 

M4 LMlte Road 

OAM94« 



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C. teigtann^ C^vtfte' dub; 
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IM "li«HM Boroufh System" Story 

al of Thursday, M«r#» 19, cwm Irmm ©ne »rner of fhe ctty ItiMng 

' made the editor c^ the mott of fh« «ty without eny repre^ntttlon 

.fttiudn-Pilot hot under tM collar wha^v^, T^ editor %k^H #^f our lys- 

Ns reply of March 21 , 1964, he tem may k» una»wtitwtional. m Virginia 

irt all diractions that it ttmh It Beach city charter warprepar^Jy mo^ 

St what he was ^irig the outstanding law firms of th# iojth, 

H»«wn spoke of President Msnwn, p^ wi by the Geiwal /^wmbly, which 

• la made up largely of lawyers, atter con- 
sultation with the atto-ney gtnewl^ passed 
on by a »urt of record and n© ^^mI wa» 
^^m from his decision. And, witlw^ try- 
ing to l» unkind to the editor wt ptfm at 
this time to acwpt ttiis ded^jn. 

Is It unomstltutiwial t^u«i ttv State 
^ Neyada wlrti • p^uletlwi of HS,278 
aM hw Unl^ SrtWs s«nato« has the 
sartw nattenai ripreiwfati^ as the Sta^ 
of N^ York wirti a p^atldn of 1 6,7|2,. 
3W, Of that #w State df t^l« Island with 
a palatial ^ 859,408 hi* the same num- 
Imt (two) Unif^ States MMi^ort as the 
|t§te of California with a (»pularton of 
1ij7 17,204? But, #»e Sun-News wi^m to 
point out eglln that thart rt a precision In 
he Vii^lnia leadi char^ and a mirtt^od »et 
o Wth« r««fision^ ^ ^r«ent m^od 

,..„•... ...... ... -PT '^^ *^^^*'"fl mii^ir^. Mm$m^i^ 

rginia Beach arwi Princess and charter wer» v«^ •« by th* pe<^lf 

prevent it being annexed and it should t» ttft to ^e officlaU and 

nstructive criti- paople of Virgmla Be^h to make <»iar»9M 

' their own wishes and not to ttose with 
(^utside int#i^ts. 

Virginia B#a<rfi «nd NwfflJk mm workii^ 

together w»ll na«r em tu^ matte's as the 

dewater Vlrginta ^ve^WMt Owr^ll, 

tf» ynlt«i ' Cwfwunltles Nod, Hie ^ea 

WIda Co^ratl^ Comnil^« and ft^ny 

th«rs= &3. thi $'.'n-Nlews says, in all frank- 

rfolk who are bitter over 

f 



%^ and Senator Rober^w* ai^ 

, Wm.ih it be cons^i^ve 

rginia ^mIi to 

ystem so that mm 

iiave the smviom It 

yg the burden of tpx* 

, .ity? 

fj'^H wind Up his •dlttftaL by 

istfuctive cfitWim we 

•io well to ^M^ th* 

ff we had rtet 

^ften we w^fd* 

i^iv» wi^ 
*tm#.fMWi^^^, in 195$, 
i^^^^nty rwt to dM^« 
^trtof* %ai It oonstriw- 
# i^Wof) ad^^Kat^ a 

orWkC 
<riO&ni wnen he opposea 



ould, hav 
>w tfiat tne 
1 the courts? 
= has qivef» 







ct nmp of the City of Norfolk. The potnu marked with "XV s^i.thc ^proxmatt »«f ^ ^»'2^,£^' 
.cvca iu«,Hu..> u. Uie Norfolk Oty Courjcil. The solid line indicates the portKM rf ^ ctty wtere ^ ^^^j^L^J^ 
Itee iwJiitis tha «»t o« the city and is the city limits. The addresses of the sewn cwiMitoica are *a» shww to the tetefrfw* ^* 
now ta use in the arta. (Map courtesy Humble Oil and Refining Company.) 



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The nwrtgagc market was so 
I active last year and wih such 
^ ^ ' great volume of funds loiaad out, 

WW that the year 1963 could well be 

catagorized as the year of *thc 
Most Abundant ilortgage Mon- 
.7. Never in the <»st has the sup- 
ply of nion«y 8( edcd the 
pawder aclu<i<u>u , demand. 

i <^t *hrpidr-{i ' Tt, ,.. r,, jj, 19ft'l fhi^rr- hi\s 

IVDge i 
il The iOv>i ai«o l^taieiU > and it i> cxpecteia ^t Uu; a^U><)t>' 
itf't'i.ik sjifh ,15 wAftd twn'of the mortgage market through- 

.)ut the year will at least equal» 
and may exceed that of lavt year. 
As far as the next few yeans 
are concerned there is the possi- 
bit it V of a considerable upward 
trencl in the home buying and 
mortgage loan business. This 
would be tyxHight about by the 
fact that increasing numbers of 
those chUdien bom immediately 

•rid War 11 ar«; entcrii 

uie iiiiiion'!» work force and wii. 

auon rtach home buying age. 

Tilt are well informed in 

natiou^i inritds say that although 

the cxDCCtcd home buying spree 

d pc^ssihilitN. it is not by 

m next «tep wis to form , ^ny means a certainty. 

-water Tool and Fastener ; The question: Will decent job 

neadquartered in the Board of oppt)rt unities present themselves 

'~"d€ Bldg., Norfolk. Tidewater 4s the.se chUdrcn come of age? 

1 Jk Fastener handles Ramset, if not, it is reasonable to assume 

,'4t-Set, OyssbeU and Sure Set, I that this potential market for 

rt.- <»«eU as aU the fasteners and 1 homes will be considerably les- 

dttitget and acoeisoriefi for the g^aed 



Si' iii liiti 

charge in 

>. behind the fas- 

imm, oa\ and £lre. 

Who, - — o is ntade in 

MMonds that will atand up against 

tons of wei|^. 

cidinK that RamMt 

've only short -trips in 

;r area, John accepted 

; iimiMot's offer. They packed him 

up and sent him to a two week 

inteo^ve training program in 

operation and repair of Ramsct 

*^^'s. 



the work forw. 

There is mt;^ dtocMsion in 
this machine ^e (Mcerai^ au- 
tomation, a^ tow h wiU ifert 
job opportunittes d our ^«m 
people as th^ soma ol 1^ T^rt 
W no doubt iMk immM wmn 
mation in iwfoMy awi twt^^ 



will elWnrt* many <* the jobs 1 altotd by it 

tot vwM i^witty have b«n| U^^^^^^^J^^ff 



itwi ^ hwnan b^p. t1»tw- 
ive. ^m ^m tate ^matagc 
^ i^pwtwi^ ^^^^ auto- 
matic, a^ at 4e sa«» time fiirf 
new jo^ for &c« wtoe employ- 



lines m d^ to ^lus our )pt«|i 
I BWfl^^ww to^ 0» fallesl ex- 
tent, we are 1^ to 1^ ^ poten^ 
tial l»n» l«j«r todki^ for a job 
nuher than ^^^ring tta ^r- 
<A^ U » Itonw. 1%eK» no m^ 



J^^nPnj^m For RegioM Mm 




UhA line. John places himself on 

call day and night in order that 

he can make instant service on 

deliveries and repairs a rule 

rather than an est^t^on. Ta<^ 

water Tool & Fn^nwr tart^es 

on tlie job test a^ a^ draton- 

ntions, oowiucMi ^y Bami^ 

lied specialiat 1|£i ^1^^ 

LttiBg course adl o^nton 

';;:aids are issued ftw of cterge 

rAn*s 1^ aU^, aAl mm ¥ 
idwiyt i&m 
too, coupM lAh iwi 

r^ te ^D hm^ ri#rt ww 

ogteMMi'W^ntt B^^ 

MM mttL te ttM OB 

it #p ^mt <Mbv. 88 

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At the present time the nation 
IS expeciaocing unemployment of 
those df worttaig age at approxi- 
mately six per cent (6S' ), while 
by 1973 it it expM^ tlMtt »mo 
I ten million Mw Morite will ent«r 




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for di«:uui<M as lo how this con- 
dition would i^ect the itJortBage 
market. 

€Hi the tocal Kene, tte horoe- 
taildfl^ a^ mw%^ Mtt but!- 
nMS tea tAm a 0nn pfft m tiie 
ftpid grw^ <rf ttie Ti^wator 
area. As the ^uM d Ais pm^, 
jcA» ^^MmMm havs been #x- 
celtent, md m naa^ ^c^ms 
of unem^yment mc exp^ttd. 
This, wmpled with the presence 
rf sane of the largest military 
installations m tte world, has 
been a toom to the homebulld^ 
and m<^MP ^n ^^^. 

The f^m tra^in ^ mili- 
tary pnsMmi. m«> and wit 4, 
the area have atoo «^^wd the 
resale ^ existii^ toMM, as well 
as the purchpe ^ new ones, thus 
causing increased actiyity in the 
, mortga^ toan busuttM. Tim 
I gradual incmse ui wa^ of b(^ 
! civilian and military |KrMxiftti 
1 together with the fwtfKoning tax 
I cut will fawwably influence 
' home!>uilding ana nmt^p Nun 
activity. x 

How long we «n towp op t^ 
pace we are pi^entiy ^totett- 
ing without re«ehi«f the aatura- 
j -ion point, and what ^r bMie^ 
! building and mwi^ge loan pic- 
ture will l(»k like ten ^rs fnim 
' now is anyWh^'s guMs, I 

■ ■' apptaf t to «e| 

t future of ^ I 

, bii sricly ftpon } 

' the st» yf ih: r\.\~ ; 



Cancer Sriiit 



is ti» redptftnt of a m,W^} re- 
search grant from the American 
Cancer Society, it was announced 
today by Dr. Robert J. Faulconcr 
of Norfolk, president of the So- 
ciety's Virginie Division. 

Dr. Faulconer said ibe Rich- 
mond institution would i;ie the 
grant lo sUmulate phyaicians, 
scientists and medical suident* to 
enter tlw field of osnoer research 
and to develop a number of dif- 
ferent cancer resaarch pro^w^. 
The gnuit wiU be allocaied by a 
commitJtee from the lledlcsl Coir 
lege and is effective March 1 for 
^yaar. 

Tte Medina imm M,ywt 
ms iM$ to M^ttct ei^teM om- 
en mMrch ir^aM/vrttt tendt 
iwwdrt br ^ 9m^'» tK^ 

itwml R^M^ Osut. T^Mft 
jm>J«^ (liiA ^UAm aiwran 
to «ii^ ^M^ M M foUo^ 
^ (^ imnMmiMtion to can- 
cw be tnoalWfrt ^m «b» ant 
nal to am^irf MM wa ^ ef- 

a^ of i^Mto w tta Imtai 
and on the ^aai mp4? Wi»t 
changes Mmr to M ism of tim 

luuia w^ tte use of ^Mm- 
iherapeuttt^upt ^ 

The M^bnl (kSim Ate m% 

i^Mppart a visiitv tof^w ^ 
Tjam, to g^m ^mett In «^ 
i^m, to «ipp«rt cMMttei^' 
^die^ to invM^te jm^wing 
Ite UM of md^on, mA to ^dy 
chroEAM^wi. 

In Virgala ^m are tt pmtA 
m. ACS iMeuM ff^te, iu^uA^ 
iflg te OM WKHiM^ todtay, in 

iig «B^ iwd^W «• iMtal 
cA^ a^ tbe Uniwrs^ of Vir*- 
giMi i* Cl^kMimrite. The wt 

Nationwide the Society lias aft- 
nounc«d the award for this period 
of 164 rasearcb grtnts totalling 
|3,675,(»9. tForty-flve of tht 
granU. totalUng 11,092,831, were 
for new cancer research projects, 
providing evidence that more and 
moze scientists are entering the 
cancer research field. 

Whw fm tmA^im tom Iw- 
kig ^ ttvtep t^wgh ^ift m 
^, twmoSm—^ out hi^ 
^n 1^ ^B m )^m VVM 
1^0 Utttol ^es teyinip mata. 
They're m^^ ftw tf Icrt, W' 
ten, «• de*E%«!. Vwt ewoy ttir^ 
d<^bM ^t in^A, yw colte^ 
lou- dotaw ^ wAui^. You 
own ^Kou in Aaerica i^n yott 
twy and Md U^ed 




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Vifginija bankers on the aeneral committee resptmsibte for planning the 2yth E.istcrrr Re- 
gionti Convention of NABAC. the Association for Bank Audit, Control uml Operation being hjld 
j„ ^^^^prii 6-8 arc shown in • ^ .irking sc^-!' -^ The groun ni t-.r.d and their convention 

asslHBl s^F sweated from left. 

~ T- H. ioyncr. executive vice picstU^nt and tr«.*j.uivi. Citizens iruit lo., Portsmouth, liotel 
reservwions; Gordon L. Gentry. Jr., asslsiunt vic^ nr..^;<i,.n\ n.mk of W'nrwick. Newrort News. 
exhibits; W. l\)uglas CMXidc, vipt- prcskicpt. firs, 

orogram, B. H Elks, assistant cashier and auditoi, Virginia ^ Uaiw, imani-c„ u.. 

Hcdgepcth, auditor, Virginia National »» '"^ Norfolk, general vie "an: Rolxrt Sc'^nnV 

vice president, Virginia National §« iolk. ^eiwral chai- 

president. Merchants and Farmers fek, i-^' general \jv.c cii^n». 

assistant cashier. Bank of Hamptfon jLbw*^ '^' ^^" ' '^ ^' nctiwies 

purchasing agent, Virginia NatioMjtok 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, ^4HHP^ '^' ^'^ 

cashier, Gtisens Marine JeffersdinBiiP^'»^ . 

Standing from left are: Er!<' H An>iiin l Bmkoi 

ments; and George D. Hicks, 
News, pfognini. 

Committee chairmen 
N. ^u 

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sey, C rooiander Amplubiouf 
iTrtfbing Cvmnmnd. U.S. Atlaatic 
* iTleet, will ^t Bmb tournament. 

O^ «i tt» Jw» propin^ pro- 
mA^ VOilMU' ^^ in Aw^ 

viU oitftt ot 10 wM^ * 

MH» f^M, Savm ftew, 

Ak Itoce, art tte rtfto r^ipri 




title. Ami. 
cone, from Munty, UUh, totfoed 
n»ny of his techniques from tor- 
nw World MiddleweigM G&m 
FulliMT. 



NFL Playirs 
Mentiiri Of 
Camp FacnHy 



Stasop Changes In 
Hunting Schedules 



Vlr^rtli B#«N*W^^W, WmdiV, M«h 



of tilit Blue Wflfr »»d a two- 
w^^riy aittU pine wmmn in 
ttat McUon wMc two of the im- 
)or dwngtt in the teU hunt «^ 
endar for 1W4 pro|»sed fcy tl» 
Commission of Game and Inlmd 
Ciaheriat tf tiMff March U ni4^- 
i&g in Richmond. Anotiter pl^ 
p(Md ^gage mi to w^ct the 
idtooting of anttertess deer in 
^Ntan ^rglnia lo tte 1^ S 



Use SUN-NEWS Clissifi^ Ads 



n»- tttt pMi uuw 

teflta^ ttying for b«i«» « ^ 
an^ittjtoyf Ttam roster have 
b^ tiainteg A# un^r toy 
LouMn, flve4ime AU-f*ivy h«vy- 
1^1^ bodng ctempion. l^uMn 
Ma bMO wi^ to condUion 
^ nwn aarf jm^xe tt»m for 
louiBameirt ««np^on. Fi^t- 
*« tove a^ r^vrt vriual^ 
ring otperte^ from two smoter* 
heW wWiin ttie pwt tw> months. 

iUnong ttie mm pwmiwig 
boxera u^ergmng taWng ii 
mkMlewei^ Doug AmitMne. 
Amicone, ^tton^ at tte Naval 
Air Startwn, Oc^ma, m tte.lflW 
X5T*. Viiijina GoMto Glovw 



worn, umm — mt itwi of 

TO t^ fa^y of tha Sonny * *"" *"^^ * 

tendle rot^Ol <>mp to be hM 

on the campus of Pork Union 

MUitary A^temy, Fork Union, 

Va., during Qm M eleven dayi 

of Jum. 



A M turtey mmm Weat of 
the Blue ^1^ im propond 
opening Noven^r*a along with 
the sn]«U $mm s^aon and dosing 
DecenriNsr Ifiu GUet and Mont- 
gomery cmmties were iK^posal as 
•ddtom to th<^ open to fall 



««»»»» w ,..™- open ™ — . 
1^ ounp, opn to boyi torn ^irhsey shiM^ing last s^ison. Tur 
tKWlve ttaw^ eigl^in, is a : io^ flocks Wert of the Blue Rid^ 
Joint v«ntara of dlfun fbnker i »pp^ir to he in guxi shape and 
Sonny ^ndle ^ tte ^ Imm ! «xp@4en(^ a ^od Imtc^ hA 
roothall CW^ato, who ff«w up i ^ring in spite of poor reproduc- 







atatfi* Fork Union. iacywUl^gy jg ujjough January 15 tur- 
e M dlreotorof the camp and ^ ^gf^J^ jj, effect imA ym mai 



in Fork Union, ami Gui Uxy, 

tong4imi o^^r of the atb 

Mc 

terve 

is Inndllng all arrengemeDts. 

In aMttion to Randle, m i<w| 
itt tte camp wiU inclu^ WiA 
hmn and Nonntn Snead of Uie 
WashlngtOT Redskins. .^p*s, will 
woi* wHh Wl-ctrrieri ahd ^ 
feiwive tecks. Sn«d wffi inrtruct 
qi»rterta<*s, awl wil^ ^mfie, 
wiS t^K^ the p^ng pme. 

l^^ires on defenuve footWl 
«1U toe <^w««i hy Viw» Coi- 
Irtlo, for mi^ servm 3WW 
niddla Un^wckwr few* tl» Clevi- 
lifld &o«ia. 



tia hunting <tayi will Wp 
pMk hunting preMl^e. ttify 
(mkAi will be legal ganw apin 
In liontgoRMry Coim^. 

In the East a November 16 • 
Amuary 1 deer ^ason was pro* 
pModwUi either MX thooUng 
^rmitte<l only on the tast 6 Rul- 
ing #ys. Bag limiti would ba ^ 
wne at ItA year wltti OM a <^, 
one a Uctrm yor In Northern 
counties attii one a day, two a li- 
cense y^u- .n tte z«A of &iitern 
Virginia excvpt for certain coua- 
ti^ in the SoutMasiem cora^. 
In Me of Wi^t, Nan^nund, 
Southan^on, Sany aiwi Suisex 
Cwnttes and on <»rtain mUitory 
rraerv^iotti, tlw hag Umtt would 
be 1 a day, 2 ptr U<xnt6 ywc, 
either Ms. For most of Cail^n 
Virginia tt was felt <tot aonu re- 
<hiction in the antlerless klQ was 
<alled for. In the Southeai^ni 
counties, crop damage continy^ 
to be a major pTcA>lem and fur- 
ther reduction of deer populations 
was conu<kred desirable. Camp- 
bill County will be indwled in 

.„,,„.. ™^ g.-r— the regular Eastern season rMher 

ttto Mction are lA a low ^b M- tlun in the Weitern <H>untic« as it 
hsmb^ tiM tiiird ai««snve mA- hm been in ptiA ymn. Bucks 
^ teihire. The (telayed turtoy only shooting will apin apply in 
i^non tt (teiig^ to reduce ttw Lunei^rg, Appomattox, Cuip- 
iH^ kill whOt AM pnmdhig tell, and Acconnck CouMies. 
tek^ huirtera a morth's W«^ No chan« in the m^y mb- 

eiy ^aaon oeginning Octob^ II 



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tive auoeias ^Uew'here 
In to ^tat, the ajM Dacem- 



yt^t^as 
mUtoed. Turlwy popuktioiu in 







Y«<r k^ t© the 
fhwf $ you went # 
and noad. Sow* f©f 
a purpoM —^•t 



tan% to fn|<v their ^>«t- l*»t ^., „«„„ „l 
y«» tt aooMipltahad ex»<^ whrt .^^g proposed. Archers in to 
to pme fcWttf^ i»l ^f«di<^ed, ^^^ ^ ^^ faring the wooto 
reducing the autom Virginia tuK ; .^j^ ^|^ ggn« hunteji during 
fcay kUl by owr 50%, Raoordi of ;,^ ^ j^f ^f ^us v^sm. 
joevious seaaons ^low tl»t halfi 

of all turkeys bagged are taken] Hmrtere Wert of the Blw Ridge 

Airing to firrt two weeks of will gM an «iriy openii« on 

^ «. ,. hunting in a noiroal y«ar when small pme with to sMson ex- 

MUn MeGee, at jff^irt a Dute i ^^ ^^ ^^^^^ s^ns open con- tending from NovMAer 2 to Jan- 

«ii*a«t i^eh aiMi an AE- gu^j^^ny T^e Comnussion chose uaiy W. Ma^ Wtuvm oaw^s 

to rtick with the 8on»wl»t un- will tev* a M«w on vm$ gwie 
jx^ular d^i^ season to give spa^ hegiawng Novi^M 1« 
to big bfads a chance to recover, ai^ Miing *«uary ao vm^ on 
r^wr ton o^r to hunter de- sm^ aw» ^mu b^naiag Uo- 
mands titi^ the season be opened v^Mmc H aod andlnf January 30 
wtth to <teer s^kson. esss^ for quail hujiting vhidi 

tt» btt tott on turkeyi win *« «^^ »i»t*i ^•'^"^'T' !»• 



tffirtant i^^adi and an AH' 
^jerioai there in 1959, ^Ul work 
wth to Unewen. McGee played 
ofteMve e»rd in the NFL for 
three y^^i before being cut down 
by injury. He will be assisted by 
Dick ^ttft^, tackle of tl» 
1 Cleveland Browns, voted by hto 
^^ |tttti<M to Biort vBlua^te 
C^^^b^ p^«r m» s»A a^on. 

Beys lirter^ed to totor In- 
feraeUott riK»ld eoirt»ct Gus 
U^, Box m. Fork Union, Va. 



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FURNITURE • APFUANCE8 

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to i^Mt aeaatm ia AceMmck 
and i^tomyton OmmUm wiU 
end teWHy U. 



]urt as lart y&s. 

Tb$ ^opoied two-'watk deer 
s^9im hi to W^ woiM b^in ^^^ 4„HKy »«. 
November 16 «id end November _^ ^ ^ ^ 

28 «urt««' <*owe ^woti^l ^» aertwa w* Ni* ^wwn- 
wouWberiloi^ffli«M<int*iy|»W »» «^ <A«lai» totf^ 
only, to reraanod of the perii^ ' Jaftw^ •. At ^^ #^ t^ ^ 
being open tor bucks only. Tme be ^nm^ to W^^ •oirtws 
henl'f reproductive potental wiU durtoi *• <>•« ^«« ^ <^n»- 



Water— ^ M a ^od ^«rf or | twining in to wp of «*»-' "^^^-^ 
a ^aiMy aiwny? to<A ytais over alao wocived to attanUon of lo- 
100,OOOjOOO Amewstta lneh»ding ^ oal cbapteri, and IM R*d 
VirginauM flRPii to Aom ^rt« 
a(^ities. tt^iAim ftf wattt 
^iMts ia on to ^wing vstam 
to v^km. 



be unaffeeM i>y to adm^ial 
buckMmly stKwChig, and to «• 



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'"Wt'TT pM^ttffiJ a. IfqHfftof 2- 
to vtouaiy 9 t^mi Uff ^ Few 
Mountain Area in i^aiwke Coun- 
ty whiA wwM o&kmm wWh to 
a^son ai« by law la ad^ya^ 

A gmmsl aquiiTel siMon was 
pfi^tM^ for No^WBber 2 tomigb 
Jamiary SO W^ of to Bh» 
Wdge and No^^mber 16 throu^ 
JKnuary 30 in the lart. Wuty n»- 
tons will rennln cstetrtkiHy as 
toy wi»e m^h to exceptton of 
a Jtew 4Amm» «ttde by to tet 
GmM^ Aaimiiy. Sum &3m^ 
w^ Le^^tive Aete wiU be able 
to partteii^te in to wlmnce 2- 
week an^ ganw seaawi and 
<AJ»r» TwnU, ctepending oi tmr 
to specific A^ are worded. 

A year dXismtA mmm <m la^ 
<»on was propo^ for oaort 
oou^iM Bart of to' Blue Rkl^. 
T^jie th^ will sttei^with to Oc- 
^Aer I toough March 10 sea- 
tm a»« Fairfax, Fauquier, ftank- 
Ua, IWifax, Henry, lux^xmt, 
^riek, Pittsylvania, and IWiw 
WiUiam. ftm October 15 through 
jmwury 30 racroon s^^^i ma 
apin prescribed for Bedf<n<d 
Coun^. 

Tha Comml^on alw d«ad^ to 

mala U.S. Baite 29 in Antoi* 

: County and «w»te 151 in Nelion 

County to ^rt-West dividlag 

I liM fOT aU aeaaons. This has long 

i tmn to esMMMttd divkling line 

! ter <tow s^swi. U puts NaUoMl 

Forest lands to iirae two ccwn- 

tm in the m^un »awn grwp 

atong with ttie rert of to N^onal 

Forert laMs to to ^te. 



VIRGINIA BliACH HARDWARE 

PHONE 4a«-a331 SEE JIFF EDWARDS Wl FAKrWUl^l 



This year, 1964. jwks #» «Wh 
Annivwitry of to Wa^ ^My 
?togfmk of to American iR«l 
Grots. '^WM? Ani«^« « n^a- 
mar awi W^ «nM«fflt^ 
»ver" wit ito hng4«m ofcj«- 
tive vm f^ ttt »id <^« 

t»n m 1914. 

In flguiw rrtwtd IV *te* V. 
CNoiil. mmsm^ MtA (^m 
n^wil ftUMi ^i ^MflMHi ftir 
i%Stoi», 39,115 Oonmmw^tti, 
pe«derta inwrtly dal<toea te* 
tween to ag^ of 6 to 16 ymfft) 
revived eejtifiart« tor woews- 
fuUy wmpletii^ smsmmg Mid 
Mmmi^ daiMi. to auN^ ^m- 
umU^ tooaned CioM <te(rtm 
of ier iwMiito a h«Mtoatoi^m 
course, l%a^^ Johaw to Aita, 
tor toar children a^ torn* «*• 
iMtton on wtf^ to n^^ fln9» 
IM wutor of tarm pfOwH aao 
r^^fitia^ po^to toa^ to aate 
ust of timBMIUm. 

As part ttl' 1^ Mtt<a^ *p 
ptesis « ph^Uil.^M Kw 
Hed Ctom h« Wl^ed a Swim 
and Say W ^^m. deilgiiia 
to encoui^i in^hr tm fw- 
quart swia^^. Tlw uWmate 
goitf is tm prt^wnta to swim 
50 t^ku, i^umuiated ia tag- 
meM of cm q^itor rak, witti 
cerUiii^ tastf tor «Md) 10 
mUw cwerwl. tte p«^»m ins 
met wja grst mam. Tto«|0- 
out to »ti(ffi, HMny law ti- 
ready eampleted 50 nailes an| M^ 
working toward additiwal awards, 
proving: tot with to pro^r in- 
centive, awiap«g can be not on^ 
good recj«»tion hut also an im- 
portant ftetw m a total p^w«l 
fitnen jrnpv^. 

The increasing mt^ M s^ti 



carUflotttes ware ianiMl to V^ 
gjaians complaUag CQurset. Tift 
iwa« for aduaatJM in «lM ttia.ft|p 

of aaaS «Afi te » gxMt ^lil 

with more than 4Q nulhon boaUng 
enthuawfts tiuvughout to cq«u|- 
tiy, IM Crott is {facing emph8i|s 
o|i this pr<iigFUi). 

Mr. CNetU said that Tt^W 
etnphaajs ^ being given' ^ ft|t 
ajd ^r9inio^ *^ng ia4i)|M 

aftfUvt i«««tli«H|)outil iMi^ 
t|tion awtod uMfe,MiimH|l 
tipMi ill fetoMi um m *i|d 

tjirough news madia. Formal fiifft 

n^mvtAm to VVglMi Wt 

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A FAMILY 



wjomjv Dwwc M ALWAYS A mJUMjm mm wm 

IREAKFAST, LUNCH AND WNNER. 

(CUMrm'i fm^um AvaiMM 
WE srECIAUWB IN SEAFOOM 

HOLIDAY REgTAtfffAdT 

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_^ ,_^ . . for l|ui»ting 

,„, ^ ^rfcays oaly fn# Ap'^ii 

i Ifcnmgh May 2 was 0y«i filial 
approval by to Commissioa of 
Gaaie and laiand Fitories ^iarch 
13. Mtatiiig hours ware specified 
as from ope-haU liqvrbefoEp sun- 
tim until 10 am. (Est) aiii^A 
<Uop and orgaaititd drinw'' 
prohibited. The foUowing^^ 
ties will b% opan for 
hunttof durii^ to apecial season: ^ 

Albeflttrte, Allaghaoy, AoKlia. 
Anhffrt. Aufusta, Batli, Bodlord, 
Bland, ^tetourt, Broaswiek, 
Campb«l4 Caroline, Carroll, 
C^rtos City. Charlotte, Oifitor- 
tm, Cnit, Culpapar. Dtowid*e, 
EsMC, WMto, Fauquier, Floyd, 
Itaipto, Giles, Grayson, Graene, 
GMtJEHmQe, Hanover, Haarteo, 
l^Hiry, Ifi^nd, King George, 
tottitottn. I'UnanbHrg, M gii nn . 
•UMmutmi, Montgomaiy, f?*! 
toi^ iim Kiitt, Nottoway, Orange, 
m^, ^tofck, Pitt^vanit, Pow- 
h^»n, P^we Edward, Prince 
G&vtW^ Wore William, Bappa- 
hannr^j ft»kbridge, fiocldng- 
taw, Smi^ Soutowpton, Spot- 
tplvasia, Stafford, Surry, Sussex, 
"^weU, Warren, Wasbtngton 
(exowt Clinch Moiintato «n4 Hld- 
denViilcy Wadlife llan»gament 
Ar«is). Wyto and York. 

itontttt wU still use 196^64 
4>)^ and only those with uattted 
turkey tags from lart seaion will 
be able to hunt Those with two 
uauttd tags may tog two gob- 
blers, if they shmiW he so akillful 
in 

any one day. 



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ical itudiQt on NBC-TV's "Dr. 
Kildare" eeries Thuradey, March 
26 <8:904l:90 p.m. ^ST). Mike por- 
trays a hiffh school studoit on 
NBCTV's "Mr. Novak" Tuesday, 
March 31 {7:30<:30 p.m. EST). 



■WORM 



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CBS PRESENTS INDIAN STORY 



A uni^pie ei^rilMiA i^lvhig 
Vtm UM of MiU ^cM^pv^ta in «x- 
ptoing • M9rt«ni^)rary social 
pi^l^n— t)M Ain«rlcaa Indian— 
mffl te Men on "ietwmn INx^ 
Worlds" on (WE <ff A l©ID. 
Sun(tay. March ^ <4-5 p.m. fiST) 
on the CBS Tetevirton Network. 

Tilt pa«fci«tl«i, t pictorial doc- 
umenl d^ing with the attitudes 
and pDMeiM of tin young ^n- 
en^ioB of Bioux Indiam on the 
Ptee Rk^ Indian •Reservation in 
Sootk Oi^GOta, ii done in a aeries 
of lAMJ^HEraphs taken by Steve 
Schaplro. 

"Between Two Worlds" am- 
aMera tin tfffioiM choice facing 
tfiiM yming Sioux. Shall ^y re- 
imin on ttie reMrvation, or 
imw and irttempt to fit ^m- 
Mlw toto the nuinArean) <^ 
VS. aoctoty? IIm aUenvtlv^ are 
ftfeaent^ in iettm of one w^np 
of families who refaite their ^r- 
im in their own words. 

Tim broadcut dlicloaes thiM 40 
out of every IQO y<Mng ImUans 
who leave tiie reaervation «x>n 
return, mai^ for a second and 
ttird time. K ^lows ^t despite 
tbe leloofttlon ami traiaii^ pro- 
granM of the %reau of Indkin Af- 
Mrs, there is Uttle for (he Ii^ani 
to cttne ittdc to H Pine Rkl^ 
Reaeivaition, whra« the uj^m- 
l^^nent nte a alm^ 45 per 

"B^ween Two Worlds" was 
m)duced and directed by I%ilip 
MttMmm. R is om of twQ presen* 

LUCILLE BALL 
WILL MARSHAL 
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LUCILLi iALL 

\^»fCHEim — lAidUe Ball. 
flM»ttMK^cUire aiKl TV actree, 
¥Sted ^^ '*Beat ConwdMnne" of 
I96S te ikti<» Pic^ Daily's 
Itf^Mtt TopJldw poll, wiU bt 
MaiAal of 4lM Qrtml Fstture 
piwlt of ^e Si MMM i ^ te ri i Ap^ 
HkiMOin FMtiwd faem on ¥Vi<kiy, 
Itey 1. It 1:% p«i. IfiM Ml to 
preiUteM of Oestti frote#in^ 
tec. Site i^MMra Itositv teiiilto 
over €^ to 'TM Iam^ ^ow." 

H WM auMWMMNl in January 
mkUm Mil woyid be t PeAival 
oel^i^ tat a»r partieitar rcte 
In ^ ^tival'a 1M4 plt^vni Im 
Just hew <mifin!wl. 

Tte «riBH^.*d r^i^d, de- 
Mrfted ts iHffl]^ a kmck lor 
maUng so^ ^tu^kms into M^ 
w^vm mm, it m Mtive ^ Jam^ 
town, II.Y. !§Mtgttig in t N«r 
York City *r«niWc schwl when 
^.ww 16, ito mKS ^d that slw 
]ttd' 90 ft^re in show Imi^^s. 
However, Ae wtHi a clun» job 
in t xnf^ emqpaey pRMh»tiMi of 
'^io mn* tJte, ihe tOtA fiiod- 
eUng. Mi^udiw and bilUK»id i^< 
vurttMSMHibi Mn^Ni ilAUe C2aB- 
tor's «IMAtan tntf to fave Mi^ 
Ml her fttst li(i^wood role la 
Mb '^Bttft ScwmEiIs." Aa time 
weiA <», f^ mm aa RKO cm^ 
tract and a ttlMurtal r^ in 
"R<^i^." A awttioal on Bro»d- 
way, pMures In H^^ywood fOl> 
limed. 

After her nnnc^i^ to De^ 
AriMi, Mi^ Ball , <»nt£nued in 
films and barred Ui the popular 
radio show, "My Fiviu^ ifus- 
i»nd." ^M had, nieaiMnie, 
bought hr contract ftom RKO. 

ApMS ai^ MkB Ban Intned 
Oe^ ProiatMom, Inc. Im 1^0 
to tendle their joM business 
ventures aad ilw "I Love Ijicy" 
^owf^wed. 

Miss Ban i»s divorced tnm 
Desi Araai in 1^) tail the two 
have continue their prolft^XBd 
relation^ip. Tlie Armz childroi 
ire iucae Dim^wi. tKv& in IWI 
Mid De^ IV, htm m IMS. lib 
Ml, in Novei^ber of 19lt« mai^ 
ried comedian 0«ry Mortoj. They 
Uve in BewrlyjWs, ^. 

Upvrard of w^OO p«rsaw «« 
Mpect^ in W^Miu* ^ Oe 
w^s of the SteMi^Mft %^ 

dinoed ty 4^ Gand figure 
pnadt. 



terdoni m the Ifarri^ M <MIE OP 
A XBM) brcMric^. The oOwr po^ 
tion vHU be animioced alM%. 

OI® OF A iOND is pnduced 
und^ the mp^^iton ^ .fobn W. 
KierDMiw, Vke PrMident, fl>ublic 
Af f«n. qBS l«Iewt. 



Steve Allen 
'Secret' Host 



Steve Al'len has iMen a^ed 
M the new host of ^'rve Ctat a 
SeeretV ef f^cUve with the ftart of 
tiw new sMtton in September, tt 
w«i announced todiy 1^ Mietail 
H. Ctemi. CBS TelciMM Net^ 
vroiit Vkse ftvMeirt • PTc^pamk 

Mr. Allen, one of tlw ikmI 
gifted humorists in i3)ow Imsiim^ 
win tal% over the hoirt (Mies as 
Hie popular panel proi^'affl ^its 
its 1^ straight season on the 
CBS TeleviMn Netwiu-k. 

This will be in tiw nature of • 
hwn^^oming f<n' Mr. AUen. In the 
^irly 1^0^ he starred in several 
CBS IMio Network progranw, 
and wm a repilar i»nel num- 
ber on the "What's My line?" 
televi^aD aeries as weU as emoM 
of "Songs for Sate." He mm 
iterrMl for ae^mral aeasiMM in the 
NBC-TV "Tofii^" seftes as mH 
M hte own Sunday night variety 
series. For the paA tiK>.^trs Im 
fm Marred in a ni^y tyndtoited 
(MHnedy pr^ram preiMited in 4S 
cities by the WestiaghMse Buoad- 
casting Company, Inc., m^h te 
will <»ntinue. 

"I've Gdt a Secrrt" te i»eaeat^ 
Mondays, 8:008:30 P.M., S^. ft 
is {n^uced by Tsleeast 1^1^ 
prises in assoditiai wl^ ^ 
cms TetevlMon N^wtfk. Ae^^ 
menders of the pai^ art BUD 
Cullen, B^y Bdnit]', 1 
Morpn uid B^m Myerson. 



1964 AtSQnbly 
Session Report 
On WTAR-TV 




^ 



Spring Hours At Williamsburg 



NORFOLK -NEWPCTIT NSWS 
•^Aa iftterview/repeM mi tto 
lte4 sfti^on of the V^isyi ftate 
Lef^itare wifl be i»ia«^ed i9 
WTAR-TV We^Nl^, ifaOiA 25» 
•t 8KK) p.m. "Mr. I^sMw . . . 
Wiyt" lis a geiieral re^w, in 
r^r(MpMt, of/ (^ tceMs^U^ 
nHSto, Miures and fnMii^l<»i M 
m» 1964 liiHAitlw mmxk, m 
legWMors from ^m "ndewa^ 
tret yrB be M^viemd t^ m- 
l^uters IrMB tbe mfm ^M of 
WT^UTV and the NortoUc and 
Nen^cn^ Neira newiQjapers. 

Questions pi^ to the lavmudsen 
by the z^|»rt«rs covwr what bap- 
l^ned during this se^on, wM 
was mii^d. and ^ eeiMmin pro> 
posed kiws pas»d ai^ oMmt <M 
not. 

Partidpaling in ^» program 
•re SmtUff Brcsden of rl^oU^ 
SntMor Baldwin of >^tffelk, D^ 
fate Levin of Norf^ SmUbm 
^Klrew of Itenpton, D^qpile 
WhM of Virgin^ Beadi, aad {Me> 
pte MeMtamn of Newpoit 
1^^, with inter^ws condooled 
by Al Kni^ and Joha Oriffln of 
WTAR, Guy iWdeU of m Vir- 
tfnnm-raot, T^mb il^Jly of the 
Led^r-Star, Tom ^ed of tM 
T^mesileiyd, SAd Mm Grief of 
tte Ot% ?nm. 



WiLLIAMflBimG — The c«ptto of 
spring sdiedule for ttw «dibMon ^y 15 
tMiU^£^ and mM ^tngt of Col* 
onlal WMaoabnrg b^tin with 
tbe firing of thw OKffnif^ oianoB 
at 9. ajn. l&Mirday. 

Tte««fter tiM seven naj<n> 
buiktinp — Governor's Pa^, 
Cap^ fiiM0 l^ivwn, Pi*Ue 
Gaol, Ab^i^bM, G«offe Wyihe 
Itouw a»l BruA^venud House 
—tad tkm 12 (Gonial oaft abopi 
w8I be qm ftom 9 a.m. mtt 
5 p.m. ^dly. bi i^dWon, three 
a«lt sbops ^ be <^a in ^ 
eviid!^ bf«ry day mcept ^m- 
<tay. 

Tto free bus s^t^ will as- 
aiune a fi^w-minute lervtoe for 
trips around tlw 1304ttre his^Mric 
c^. TIm a^ecfctle will <»ntinue 
turtil 5:^ pjn., wkh lO-minutc 
auvkie untfl 9 pja. and 15-niinute 
sorvte until 10:15 pjn. At tile lI^ 
fwmiAion Cei^r, tlw iiMroAic- 
tay fihn, "Williamrt)urg— The 
^ary of a PaM»t," is ali^tdy in 
Ml ^MmtiMi in twin ^te§im 
horn 8:45 ajn. until 6:^ p.nL 
Sf^ Aistratod le^ires and 
fUm pregruns are dMnra ia iht 
Informatioa Center Ut tte 
evestag. 

CMer spring aetivtttes due to 
begin ikortly include a tmim of 
15 ooMttelight cone^ts in tl^ 
Gowaohi Patau^e; Frtdi^ i^M 
^•yi at the Wffliaaaburg LadtgB; 
'Wi^taei^ tuning ^smtU in 
tte GipM by lulenist^barttoiK 
l^tor ^^x>offiw; nnister and drill 
proinuiM by ttw «ok»ial akilMte 
MO^^ny, and ^ttordi^ ai^moon 
mivimn by a file Md d^m ccarpw. 

1^ Ptkl^-^^coiMstta wjU b^ 
itodi to and continue every 
'ni^Ntey ami IliiOTdi^ ^umgh 
April 90 and every 'I^uzsday in 
Jfay. The cotonW ptay, "The 
CouMry Girt" by Davy Carrick, 
will be ^fved ftiday nigMi be- 
gin^at March 37, wM tlw ex* 



Aprtt 3 aM 34, and 



Hm ^puter mUttia {HNgnoM 
wU be told lA 5:30 on Mtfket 
SqpMm ik9m twiice wmU^, ^th 
fife«iiKbum aMOi^naimenft, be- 
itan^ Ibi^ 24. tto firiA SKtiiT- 
day <%rwK^ for the fifes and 
(bunM win be at 12 mon on 

The daily allusion of wrto- 
nwbite traf fte tnm D\M of GkNi- 
c#ater j^ adjacmt i^rvets be- 
tween .the ^m of 9 ajn. wad 5 
pjn. wirat ii^ effect on Bfarch 16 
nd win. continue until after 
tto^»0ni^ nie vww of tto 
liMcnk vet is C(m3i^rrikly en- 
ton<^ for viKtors by eUmtns- 
tion of tnfte. 

Six oirtdo^ craft ^diibits will 
cCHQ^ence sctivMy oa Mardi 21 
and will opei^, in gensral, 
(MOy aasept StaMftiys. Itoy are 
flax-breirid]^; papezim^ing: 
Ain^flttkiiqf, soapnnkiflc; am- 
die <ipping, and p«wler ^sUng. 

Spedad t^cMoml hours for 
Suittr Week wUl to annouiKed 
dnitiy. 



Theatre Fills 
Void According 
To Sally Rand 




Invest in Aaierica by tiding 
yimr tax reftind ia VS. Saving 
Bomb. tUs y^ur, Juit che^ tto 
iqq;>roprMe box a^ ^ your re- 
fund in bonds. 




EMMY AWARDS 
ON NBC-TV 

Awantr {i»iMlitt@a«f ttw Na- 
ttoial iMnidewy of T^tev^itai Aiti 
and S(^ncM, wbiA wiH to tele< 
@Mt on NBC-TV Momtey, May 25 
iU^tlsSO pjn. HOT), wQl aripnate 
from tto Music HiA at Tto Texat 
PurUioi^ of tto New York 
World's Wata wd tm ttie Pat 
Mium in Ho%w(x>d, it was aa* 
asiXMsed today by Mut W^ner. 
BmUmi ti fte Acndumy, and 
1^ PreMent, "Prosimm^ mC- 

The NatitMQel BrojMk«tii^ 
Om^h^ wtt Maoist tile "tBaan^ 
Awtfdr tat ^ 10th <»ue<^ive 
^ar. Tto fvognun wUl to a eom- 
ttUHoii of livtt. ttipe aad fibn 
sagmate. <^tN^rl» for Oe 1964 
&imjfi, pt^pmm hoi^ ai^ 
m«m of ^ '*^res^^rs^' wffi to 
aan^aeedL 

Worn tilm 6,000 tmxaben <tf 
ttM Mritaiv la niai chiqptMr 
dtHii a@«a Ae VS. -vote 0» 
•wards to wiiii^ TV pro- 
paaa and penenttli^ 



BY MARY SIONl 



mmm 

««i6 

♦ isfi 

#S<06S 

Wtmf BMf 

iTAtftt vtiiiess 



SALLY RAND 

^'We dont go into tto th^re 
because we're talented," sa^ 
SsSly Rand, tto fan dancer wto 
will iter in "(^my," the forth- 
coming NBC News color Revision 
spedal. 



GILBERT ROIiND TO 
APPEAR ON n 



Gitteit mmi ^eat atort in 
"^nMbody to ^Omamim" to- 
nl^t^^on Tto Fi^tive oi^ WVSC- 
TV I* 10 pjn. 

KaMe imtm Ms b<Ms has 
renpua^ btan but wiMs to tolp 
r^Oier than turn Urn in. Madlyn 
Rhue is featured. 




4A104 

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UNfll 



QgmAit k$i: rIm ef tmt$. 
J^mm mm Oe mmm toid 
^BNiltag ite tte deaed kiiid. 
SsiA Ibaa #iflr taiiva bi Oiae 
MwiK el^ed ^ dub mii, 
|^ett« IP tta «Beeii on tto iec» 
mA dtt iMA 00^ Aiffid his 
two la^ aptdae m ti^ tot 
Mm mk meks and bc«i««| tt« 
lealiV toact M tta Anfflnr to 



S^Hi htA « ibwg 
fUfitoan veMs. Wtoa 
a wmMm lainniiM 
Soatb abavM bna 
to ttme flftmiiimli, tti 
too bai^ were a poftet ftt 



«f a a^ 




"We go into the ti»«rtre be- 
duse We f^I rejected, llie tto 
irire ii?A us the attention and ap- 
I^i»e we warded from ottter 
iMre intinttte aM sgnUieant 
«ms. it is our ail^t^ for love. 
R dt^joi't tidce Ito pla(» of tt. 
l^t it is totter than nothing." 

Sto paused, and toaB<^ bock 
ber Woade he»L '^R m a 8bt>i^ 
s^itMneM," ito «)^d quMly. 
"You don't toiow tow M ^Mmtod 
nw to ttnive lA tl^ (piidMi." 

IHp Rand tos been winning 
«aentK)tt anl applutse eyer fincc 
Ae firsA cahie to fan;^ as a Ian 
<taicer f^ tite Q^et^ World's 
ftir in 1934. ^le has been fan- 
dan^^ ever saco— la <aan^mis, 
Mn, Ib^rtres mA aupper ctoto 
ttm^KHit tto couatry. 

In "Caftv," a fulHwur NBC 
News ^pe<^ d^dhig w^ tto 
Wlion-<toRar carnival busings m 
Aai^ica, Ifias Rand will be tm 
&mm ^kbA off) m toiieas oad 
Mmrtw. Ito pit^ram, wiMra 
and poduo^ by Ctot ttagui, wffl 
to Meoot Sunday, ^ifi 12 <1^ 
11 pjn. WT). ' 

Dwiai tto ffiaktag of '"Gaiay/' 
Wai Hind tnnoM witfc Agu 
aad bis a«w ^ <mmivals in Mil- 
wairiao, Wi^; ICnaei^^ Mum., 
a»l (^i&py, Altoita. f&mflt 
seen tto finiatod pit^ram, <d» 
arib It '^ny Jtotod and aetoel" 
pktore M auidvtf Mfe> 

At 21-plus, Miss Bawl stiH fiOs 
a h^vy sdtaMhile of doles u t 
fan <fau3cer. "^I&vng tora ^ven 
tto m of |ood I^Oi, I Inma'i 
abused tt," eto »ys. 'Pm^ 
migk think ^ kind of life I tavo 
ted as a perfonner migM ml to 
^ilkukrly ccmdudve to good 
toaltti. :ftitttoti«notso. Kisa 
'very r^ki and d^ciplirod liJfe, 
You tave to Ao your atow; yen 
have to to ttiere. h JkSlm, l<mee 
<Ud 26 stows in o^ ^. I 
irtaitod ift 7:t0 in tto nMjnting mi 
finMied tiM Mxt nmnbDg at 1 
fun. Sure, I was tired when I wu 
toidjed— ^ut toidthy tired." 

In tor vroridng v^ibulaiy 
there is no sucA w(ml m rMire- 
meni '"Peoide in tix theatre wh 
aally don't rrtlre. do they?" sto 
@id. "Did lpa»l Barrvroore re- 
tire? Or M«rkova or bidora Dun- 
can or '»ith St. |)«is?" 

Uro^h tiw years Mte l^M 

ia ^^res wnm te ttaAm. Htt 
iavrate among tor roks m ^^m 

ttys sto is QswilS^ i^ed to pt^ 
&dJe "njomps^ in '*Rain." 

"I tea tiiem ni do a w<^e m 
^uto, toct titoy*!! tove to M me 
^ ttoMthiBg Uto '^lAtry, (^teen 
of &t^' too," Ae aiyi. " I 
^ysd MiV in ttit, ^ <»Brit. 
imA time td lito to do intern 
iaizaboth." 

9tt would like Ito chance to 
do tto role Margaret Leighton is 
nw pbyi&gon Broadway in "The 
Cbineoe Ptbae Miaialer." 

'*If n<A now, ntavto later," Miss 
Rand says, i am a patient 
woman." 



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PQR O^m DAY WHY 

THt PnST OF OUR 

HERTTAOE SEUES 

"JULIUS CAESAr 

WNk 
MARUMNMANDO 

FEaTURIS: 2. 4, <, • 





25th & Atlantic 

TODAY, MAItCH 24 

ALL THE WAY ROUE 



Jean Simmons 



Rotert Preston 
Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 



10 



WED^ 'raURSy m.t SAT. 
MARCH 2S-2S 

THEMBADVENTURES 
OF ffiKUN JONES 

Tommy Kirk 
Ann^e 

Features: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 




17th 



TODAY, MARCH 24 

LOYE WITH THE 
PROPER STRANGER 

Natalie Wood 

StOH^ AAcQueen 

Featai^s 2 4 6 8 10 

AovAi^im raos 

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2nd 



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HOME LOAN 






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FIDELITY COMMERCIAL CO. 

MA 7-2571 ^Ito II 1 , Uw 11^. 



• LMM NOTICIS 




NOW!! 

VIRGINIA BEACH HAS A 

3 MINUTE 
CAR WASH 

WITH A WONDERFUL NEW IDEA. A CA« 

SHAMKX) THAT HAS A WAX BA^ TO 

PROTKT YOUR CAR FRCW\ SALT SPRAY 

AND BLOWflv© SAND. 



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OFFERS COMHETE REAL ESTATE SEtVCI 
RESIDENTIAL SALES 

i COAAMERCiAl mi INV^MNf MM3ratTiEi 
• RWktTAlS CYMfty wA if^m^ 
m LANDDEVaOPING 
• FARM SALES 

• DEVELOPER'S AGENT 
_ • ALL TYPES C^ RNANCING 

AA«in Office Af 



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VIROINIA: 

ta Hw C\m^% ^N^ of fha Cii^ 
wif €««f* ^ M» City vf Viiiiiiia 
nm^h M Mm M^.A^ of mnM, 

amjra gawnby, 

Complaimnt 
vs In Chmcwy 

0OW)WrT GAifWEY, 

m0m or PVBUCATION 
The «l)^ o! this suit Is to ob- 
tain a ^^^foe from the bond of 
matrimony from the Defendant 
on ^ grimnd of wiUitU destrt^n 
and atendonnMnt. 

And it appraring tbaA m affi- 
davit \wi b«eQ made and filed that 
the Defei^nt is not a resident of 
tiiis State, it It wlwred that 4% 



WE iinr ~ «ix — SWAP 

HWTI BAZAAR 

M«N f to » ttS.HM 

hmmm 



• LWM NOTlCiS 



vp^^mx^mimt%^tm ..... vdthin 
teof d;mt iPilMui fMhlieaUoia ^f 
tti| aper and prMttt her int#- 
ertlMMj^ 

# ttiiH, M. WWto O.C. 
Wig. >ke, ^vife ft 

^wnaM, p.q. 
311$ ftei& Avemia 
Vii^nia Bm(A. Va. 
By P. O. Deunar, Of Coyfiad 



NOTKmWSAti 

^otke £! hereby given tkat at 
10^ tjn. on ^fr)X 4. liMi «t 
the Uiwl Or ^ tl (HWlMilfriff- 
Company. Inc. ioated at ITOi 4 
MMiterranean, Vir^ia Beadi, 
Yi^^nJi^ we A^ offer Us uta 
at public auction one 1957 Bel 
Aire Chevrolet, identifio^on No. 
VC57F124iaO, which automobfle 
was purchased by Louie W. Vte- 
kers by conditional sales contract. 
Terms: catii at time of Mle. TTie 
vendor rwerves tlie right to bid. 
VIRGMA NATIONAL BANK 
Drewry & Evans, Attorneys 

3^4.1T 





B 

1^5 LASKIN ROAD 






BROKBRS 
iPWARD P. BR06AN - JAMES L. ADAMS 




Virginia Bwch SUN-NEWS^ Tu^ay, March ^4, 1964 



M^ m^ 




4:^a401 FOR IMMEDIATE ACTiC»4 



IKAL NOTICES 



irtlMi ten 4qw irflv d«e yubU^ 
m%m taraH tad io «1i«t m^ be 
nec^Miy %i iffMiet ^^ re- 
necmiti 1^<^ tld. K to fur- 

^ mmiP tint m i4>ove 

poiCton of Mi order be iNtbUshed 
onoe wee^ for four tim@ in 
the Vi^inU Bei^ &t&Newa, a 
^vmgKp&t Iwvittg fBnend drra- 
taUon in the C% ^ Virgin^ 
Btiush, VirgtnU. 

TMte: J<»{N V. F^^HESS 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
ALLEN J. GORDON, p.q. 
P.O. Box 15266 

Grett ftric^ Slopping Cn^er 
Cb^apMte, Vir^nia 

S-KHTtJ 



^kmim XKvicB 



t1 JMiMing — Repairing 



AllMforkOuaratitMd 

FERRELL 

UNOIEUM & TILE Ca 
326 W. 21sl ^. — MA 5-5305 



NOTICE OF SALI 

NoUoe u hereto given t^t at 
10.00 am. on AprU 6, 1964, at 
the U£0d Car Lot of OMm Meter 
Company, Inc. locate at 17tb & 
Mediterranean, Virglnk Beach, 
Virginia, we shall offer for nle «t 
public auction one 1983 Dodge 
"440" four door a^in, identifi 
eaUon No. 623»-S3ti6^ whksh 
autoniobile was purdsued by 
Gerald R, Grass by condttioiaJ 
sates contract. Terms: cash «t time 
of sak. Tlje vendor reserves the 
right to bid. 

Universal C.I.T. Credit Corp. 
Drewiy •& Evans, Attomeyt 

$-24.1T 



TBEN HE SffiFHD 
TO BANK MANdG 




\ Hs wan^ a stick ^ift 
' oil \m W^ Mr and ]ie 
^ shi(^»dforit. He slipped 
,|or wmrm^t too-and he 
cam© to our bank. He 
{otmd our auf» loans con- 
V(mi€BJt, prtMnpt and va-y 
hw in cmtl You will, too. 



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1^ &iviap A(xx»nts 

# Owcking AoMHints 



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AutoLMOs 
Oiftttm^ Club 



Safe Deposit Boxes 

(At Va, Beach awl Aragona 

oCfkes) 



AMPLE CAPriAL . . . AMPLE LEFDING LIMIT 



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BANK of Vli\Gii«A Beach 




Padf ic Avenue at taslcin Road NavaL Air Station - Oceana 

1802 Atlantic Avenue USFAAWTC - Dam Neck 

3fSS^rginJa Beadi Blvd. at Prin^ss Ann© Plaza 

2208 Waterworks Ro«i at Robbins Camm 

4920 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Aragona Village 

Opa m^y tbroi^ Frktoy, » MM. to 1 P.M.— Frifcy rit^o« - 4 to 7 P.M. 



NOTICE OF SALE 

Notice is i^r^y given that at 
10:00 a.m. on April 6, 1964, at the 
Used Car Lot of Cortes Motor 
Company, Inc. located at 17th & 
M^iterranean, Virginia B^ush, 
Virginia, we shall offer for sale at 
public auction one 1933 Chry^er 
New Yorker four door sedan, 
identification No. 8333-133918, 
which automobile was pw^ased 
by 'Richard W. Wilson by condi- 
tional sales contract Terms: cash 
at time of sale. T^ vmd^ re- 
serves the ^ht to iki. 

Virgima JKaiDMl Sank 
Drewry k l^aM. AMoriMys 

3-^lT 



VIROINIA: 

In tfii Cieric't Offiw el fh« Cii^ 
l^t ifvif »f ffc» ^ fff Vifffliite 
■wcj^ M ^Mi M% Mf •? Atercfif 
Ii64 
PAMO (XMRPCauWON, 

ComptaiMnt,^ 
^rsus 

Willie L. Bright, a/k/a WiUiajn L 
Bright, Little Neck Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, John Bright, Jr., 
.Mdress Unknown, Reggie Bright, 
Address Unknown, William 
Whit^ead, AldSeif Unknown, 
WilUMti H. Bi^it, Address Un- 
known, Lizzie Brii^ Whitehead, 
a/Va Liiaie Bright Culiey, Ad- 
dress Unknown, and Leroy Bright, 
Add^M Unknown, or if any of 
t^e above-named defendants be 
not living, ihen their heirs or 
^visees, togetber with any and 
aU otbtf p#«^, known or un- 
known, who may have an intere;^, 
right, ititle or cbum in and to the 
property sought to be partition^ 
in this proceeding, are the ownen 
or have an interest therein.'' 
Defendants. 

ORDKl OF PUMvICATION 
The object of this suit is to ef- 
fect partition amongst the owners 
by ile or otherwise of the fol- 
lowing described property, situate 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia^ to-wit: 
AU that certain tract, place or 
pafod of land, lying in ^ 
City 6f Virginia Beach (^v 
n»rly the County of Princ^ 
Anne), Virginia, and be^ 
the same property convejid 
to John Bright by deed H 
W^Iiam BarUett, dated Ma^ 
10, 1887, and being on m 
south si<te of Littte N#t 
RcMui, in the Lynnim^en Btfr- 
m^ of the City of Virgi^ 
B^ch, Virginia. 
An affictevit having been vmAi 
that the defendants, John Bri^ft, 
Jr., Reggie Bright, WiUJam While- 
head, William H. Bright, and Liz- 
zie Bright WhMehead, also known 
$A Lizzie ^i^ Carney, aal Le- 
loy Bright are dwieased and tiw 
heirs, <tevi4ces qi aligns of %» 
^ove ^ttes cannot amumt#y 
be ^tennineo and tlrat dt^ dlyi- 
piu^ ^ b(^n u^ by and fa 
tetaJi «f ^ complainant to p- 
wrtain the nam^ and/or addr|s- 
m& of ttie heirs and deviae^ fif 
the alw* parties, but wtthout 
effort; 

It is OM)EOTD ■ ' i*(Ve 
nieMioned partes, . r WSrer 
perwn, or per«)M, or tWr toeire, 
^ir <tavi$^ or i^si^oa wiw nwy 
have an UamA in this iMtter, 
are Mreby i«quized to app»r 



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NOTWE! 
Contractor! Jc Itane Buildera— 
Let us help ywi with that new 
home — additions — or repaire. 

We can funuA materials from 

taaement to ttUc and aM ywi in 

finaacing, 

BKHie: Keltoin k Mon, Inc. 

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40 H«lp Wanted— Pemale 



RECEPTIONIST - lYPIST. For 
position in Princess Anne Plasa 
area. D^ire attractive person 
who can meet the public and 
supervise the administrative 
detaib involved in operating a 
branch offi(». Ideal working 
conditions and hours. Call Miss 
Gay 627-3561. Goodman-Segar- 
Ho^m 'ResideiAial Sates Corp. 



MEROiANDISE 



90 ArtklM For Sale 



miavmiON sfrrs-used, in 

working condition. $10 up. CaiA 
tnd (»rry. Beach TV Service 
422 Virginia BMdb JUvd. 
428-7(21. 

CLOTHE UNI POSTS-^^.n 
completely installed, heavy 
duty T posts, with four Mm 
(too fe^), set in eoncrete. 
Phone GA 8-4222. Fuel, Feed 
& Building Supply. Inc. 



RENTAL RIM BTAtk 




Ml AjNirtn^H P»jr B||^| i 

Ttoee rooms, b^ 
Near i^ipmg. Verf 
Su^bto Its ier^e 
42M0M Of 492^ 
iKuti wrmn. 

Om teitooom, fumiihed or u 
fiw^^ML ^mdttp. Mug 
Smww Beat S^ite. m^wm 

or OA ^mn. 



PIANOS-4J8ed. Sphieta, Grands, 
Uprights. Concert Piano Tuner, 
James A. Kelley. CaU ^284287 
7-0 a.m. and 8-11 pjn. 



f^am 2 • bedroom ap«iti^nt%, 
fumlAed and unfipniMBd 
Ninety doUuns ^r matth. Apt 
ply after I pM^%l% ^d SI 



93 HouMhold Ooedt 



43 Position WantMl—FenMie 

W<tfk warned. Part time. Typi»g. 
fliiog. m&. 9-12. C^ 4284730 



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ProteiA your home from tl» hot- 
tot of fire »t night. UL ap- 
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B^Y snTING— Days lor work- 
lag ajothtis. QaU 428-7430. 

iJMl^ with real estate sal^nan's 
Iteense and teerelarU experi- 
^ice wKfte ftiU time poiii^ 
»Iary and eowni^ikm, or 
we^nds, Vir^na Beach area. 
6A 1^2173. 



Typist, part tiiro or temporiuy. 
Tax service or tertel. (M 
GA 8-7070. 



"Spring has Sprung" 
Reui^hrter and refine your 
furniture mm\ DM '£i84877Hb»r 
free Mtti»ite— no <^l^ptffai^ 
lat^ miteriala to chooit Arona. 
Free pickup vsA deUvery. 
Hilltop Uph^rt^ng Oo. 

1000 Va. B^ch Blvd. 
Virginia BewA Ph. «84I877 

"We Buy and SeU Fui^tt" ' 



OoMa C^urt MoM ^ptftnuilUb 

3QI-10UI str^. wmsmm 

apartsiMto. AU tttilWit !»• 
mti^ Alao, 4-rwiB a|w% 
i^nt UMl tumi^ed tvmt^ 
Mock from Bw WiH^am ^. 
iN«k or nMttk. 



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Reft1|^at«»8, tP&aen, stoves, 
livisg tootsi fmmltore, <^ks, 
r^B, books, bedroom funMia«, 
piM, ndtoa, mattresses, 
firings, pon^ fun^torei nwtal 
cfl^Dwts, brie - a • \mc, wafm, 
d&^n, cheiAs, liiKdeum. You 
name it— we have It and at rea- 
smdde prii^s and esjqr t^ms. 
mrtz Bazaar, 227 First Coionfaa 
Rd., Oceana 428-7088. C^>e& 9 

to 9. 

V. .J 

RUGS— 9x12 linolmmi for evei? 
room in the house. 14.95 earii 
mX carry (no dealers). Walsb 
Fuminire. 17tb k Baltic. 



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All types of typing to order 
manusmpt, business leMeis, ei^ 
velope addr^aing, Mendls, ed' 
Ring by English maiora<:olle^ 
graduMes.'If you i»ed seav 
tarml «fvice ooookma^, evea 
a tingte lett^-, 1^ us take can 
of your work. Rites on inquest 
Ci^ Jeanne Price GA84359, 
211 70th St., Virginia Beach. 



HAVE GUTTAR; WILL TRAVSa^ 
to anything ^t meets: children 
or adult ^o^ties, service clubs, 
church ^oup — folks songs 
irrai' « swingin' iKKJtesiuiy te 
eome resitrained <M English 
ballads. Also square dance cali- 
Ingv Wym Vt'm, 211 70th 
Street, Vir^nU Beeoh. CaO 
GA843S5. 



PI^O LEMONS, for banners, 
My home or yours. 1»0 77tfc 
Street. 42&«^8. 



TelevWons — Used. 

Bou^ and Sold. 

Hoiue calls $3.00 

pc^^TV 

Oceana, Va. 

Next door to Howard Cleai^^ 

9|p>ne GA 84774 



Furniture lepaJred and reflnWied. 
Ant ique furniture restored. 
JusUs l|#finishing Shop, 2228 
Great l^eck M., Virgnia B^cb 
464-1018. 



n Tnnspirtetlen 



k,kf Driveaways Inc.— We will 
ieiiver your car to or tuva any^ 
ei^. Cte#ilto mArM drivers. 

c^ S^m. 



Hmmtm: 



teBC^iS-BWZ, Itil. 190SL. 
|]nQ«cul«t#. 1^ 4Nm. Dial 
liA7-aSll. eirt. 210, «r ^4901. 

SyOTlAf!~^W#«ir^^]rSto- 
AtttoMiii tamu- 
nuuion, radio anl^^, tpoA 
tim. $3»). Oiai 4^79^. 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Appiianee Servieea 



VACUUM CI^iWfSBS-«ooven 
Ifeles ai^ sMTVJce. PrmdiH ef- 
fieient repairs. Pick up and 
driivery. P h o n e GA 84222. 
I^el FMd k Bulldii^ Sup- 



SO Buslnea Qpporhmltlw 



MANAGING PAR'BNDR 
iRefined i^rsonable unencum-. 
b^ed gentleman, 40 to 60 y^rs; 
business experience required. CoV 
lege and promotioml backgrcmnd 
(ksired. Mana^g (ortiMsr in 
.poaU <#utitte»t SMftol DiMirt 
will include coneipDttden(», pio- 
siotion, ^^ reMktiHK b(»kkeep- 
Ing and office derails, plus oc- 
csiik^ maiirtouiice, Mi^ be 
emptoyed dae«4)ere during the 
day, performii]^ duties during 
evening hours «id on weekends. 
This ii an unusiul opportunity 
for t getftl^nan of dazsictor and 
personality to enjoy plea^mt Hv- 
j^ O}ndttion8 plus income wilh 
minor effort. 

Minimum capital of $5,000 le- 
qulied as fvic^ice of rMpotsi- 
ym^ and good faith. 10% telxan 

fional profits. Living quarters fur- 
Bisbed, if desired. 

Please submit completo reuune, 
giving business and chera^r 
leferfflices to Box 10@, Vir^nia 
Beach Sun-News. 



$3->1ST k 2N0 MQKTOAMS 



first and ^ond mof^age^ do- 
. velopments, apartments, motels, 
rldt capifbd. Delmanm Mortgage 
k Investment Co., Inc., 9570 
Shore Drive, 2^ortolk, ^.4MiI 
583-2370. 



— imnmm: 



90 Articitt For Sale 



ALinniNUM AWNING, 35ft. Ex- 
cellent condition. May be seen 
in front of Herbert Harrell 
Florist. GA 8-8733. 



,„u\SSIHtD DIM'LAY 



INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

|lriiiM<w ttac««i. iHiitMMp 

3l3-3atH^det 
Virginia Beach 



Fumi^ psA utfumlAed (^ 
to 4 todbvdn Iwnm awl 4f^ 
ments. Siflct ^mn w yttui^ 
AiM^ber Realty. Catt GA 8-7421 



AL lEAL ESTATE 




114 HouaM For Rent 



Tvro tk^iwm oMtap, tgrlM^ 
or unfumM^ $8i pa iuas^ 
y e a r ly. Ve«mt Tele^uiM 
4^4«^ 



IIS Hewaw-^umiilwA 



Tvro tedrooffl. AifrewMIHwwHi 
$120 nwnth, imi aid ^Jtte 
udud^. Avi^Mte ApA U 
ttru Ju^ 15th. Call bet«^ 
9-10 p.m. to RichnHWMl M^ 
8702. 

117 Wanted To Rent 



HOTasLnmNmiiE 

Ten itedrooms fomous Simmons 

metal fumkure 

CoiaU ud Jwle Green 

Dwible beds 

NHe stands 

Lounge chairs 

D4^ Iduairs 

Dicier DeAs 

la^SH^gt mfUm : 

Lamps-Htloor aid dm 

Ca^^eto-"faurge 

Would rattier sdl » <»ie tol 

C^ be seen by etti« mMm& 

ioi appmirtmest 



TeachMT ^mn$ waM unlu 
apsj^nent. Prala»U^ ae 
Priacesi Amie Ptea. Ottar 
eations comidne<L Yea^ t* 
A Call GA 8-lMO alta- « p 



118 Rent or Sato 



•^ftEI^Al R^ ESTATE 
no Apsrtvienfs ^tli #ilWii» 



Al*AinMBNTS — BHimklied of 
unftuuuih^J. All prM« rai^^ 
Ceop«' Realty, 504 Lesion Rd. 
428-1330. Ni#its 4^6883 



111 Apartimwfc FuntisJwil 



One bedroom, living room, kttch- 
enette. Centimlly located. ^as> 
onaUe rent. Call QA8-M60. 



One bedroom, living room, kit- 
cben. Can be seen after 8 a.ni 
to 12 pin. CaU 4mmt». 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



FlNANdAL 



HOME OWNERS 

Reduce Your Bills 

Om Mentfiiy Payneirt 



szooo 

3000 



rut MO. 

$22.22 
33.J3 



IS TM. 

rna mo. 

$16.88 
25.32 



TIk FM and ScctHsd 

Mortgi^ ServkM 

MA 2-981* -^ 24 hours 



HEJL'POP UmOR, 724 Vk 
Rd.,— 9te^ bedfwms, 
$liO pw wirtfc OaH 941 



REAL ESTATE fOR SAL. 



128 Real ittato W»nted 



LAR^AN MAI*TY CORP. 

im two of^ea to sorve you. CsB 
341-3fi^ or 4^4110. ''CaU the 
ttmftoslJNnHm". 

{Hffi^ pn^nsi^ <Hrgtni»ti(m 
mibk area mth an experienced 
iMii» &m iix aU your real 
eittte nqnirttiei^ Excbistiv 
i^nfte for IMinp 4ai sales of «i! 
types raodoi^ fropertiM 9 
Vkf^m BhkA, ^tatcHk. and 
Qtosapoake ar^e 

iKpezteneNi wtomeu u t 
ym. 



AUCTIONS 




BLfilf«S»VICB 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUNT-FAST SERVtCl 

ANCMOl REALTY 
CA 8-7421 ANYTIAAE 



31 BtiiWlS'Mt«|Mirin9 



mm jm> K^Ast wc^x 

Flu^iag -^ Heatfflg 
B^tJMitf^— Air Condftioning 
PHE^^^K ANNE FLmiBl^G 

AM mjmTmcAL 



WIUIAM KtUOROVe 

Instruction In 

Piam>, Orgift, Accdrdlion 

JU 7-0466 - 428-7727 



MERCHANDISE 



Adc Yovr fyi MiyiiciM Aboiil 

TRAYLOrS 

Vlfginie BmcI^s only 

euiLo mmiAH 

1M9 Uakin Iti^ Va! Naeh 

■ XX. JUBWIIIIM 1 

tiliriii t ftft 



PROMPT HOME FINANCING 
HOAOi m>ERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

TOO iom^ •?««« - tio^aut 

•024 vmaiNi* acACH ■i.vo. 



REAt ^TATE 



BAY ISLAND 

Tid^ater's P^st AH 

Waterfrwit Con^nuni^ 

LOTS FOR SAfJE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ISTTATE CO. 
4^44^1 NMrts GA8.9m 



m 



M. M. WALKER 

ROQFlNG-QUTTERINtt 

Nm R9ifd And Cmitmi Vr^ 
Bttds F» Tixhat W Vmt 

NEW cm REPAIR 

GA 8-3349 




Repairs 

Comm^fd^ 

HoMfchoM 
R«iN9»r«ltoii 



for 



W. C JOHNSON 

Hi • lit 



^^ ^mmm, ti*^?, m^\ 24, ih4 



'BinTli 




TO 
BY MfiFORD Am. 






ComfnoAwea!:h*» AMv>» 
} Radford, will hmA Ae 

AmcrKwi Cancer Sociely't tt64 
Cmcer Ousade in Vtrgiiiia, It 
i$na announced todav hy th", 
^ ' t. Fawlconer of N^^k, 
f, i of the Society'i Vk- 

ginia Division, 

Speaking of the $72S,000 
guai of the April eduoatioMd md 
hind-nifting drive in Vifgintt, 
Back said, "In 1964 we 4Mt' 
ately need $725,000 r^id m 
Virjsinia to adequately aakkc 
the American CaiKwr Joel^ m 
«ny Imh te ^M of «^^ 
^n. 'ffim'u um aa iMHraMMM- 
iUb ^ to tmiA.'* 

^M »M^ thM in 1^3 

Th .nn ft^,tWO vohinteen in 103 

of the Society's local unlU 

ioiflcd forces to raise an all- 

me high of $708,545. "As a 

t result of last year's ex- 

< ff,\rt on behiiff of the 

m »w. "»« ACS 

•^ m^teal t«^h- 
iittt^Mi ^ $i4»,^ 

4 III mAIIc ^iMteli. 




fte State Po- 
using dogs as 
police work has 
.ccesrful that the 
trsining of seven 
.n «f^AniH»rd« Is 
liate fu- 



Md jurt think erf how many Iiwi 
^^ <k>nart may have sa^ 
imi In VfcrprJa; awl finally, over 
$158.0)0 mm spwt on scr- 
vtew to «^«r ^tlentt." 

1^ IW4 Staw Ousade 
Oiatnnan has b^n active is ^ 
ipnk rf die Soctety f« wveral 
^M, hava^ jwevtonrty wrved 
as president and fund-raising 
dwinnan for tfte Mentpmery 
Onitty-Rwtfwd Unit. Hs is 
wftently ^ond vtee prrakJent 
and a member trf Ae Boaid ^ 
directors at the Viiginia Dtviiton 
smI a |»st chairman cf iti fund- 
raisii^ HmiRiktM. 

A vadhiatt ot &ilem CoUe^ 
in &item, Wwt Vir^nia, and ^ 
tt» UnivcAiiy of Rtehmwrf 
School of Law, Buck is enp^ 
in tin §amn\ ^Mtice of law 
in Ratford, He ^ved for »v- 
end ywtfi as Jud^ ot Radford 
Municipal •«! Juwnlle md Do- 
nate Relattom Court until he 
MS dee^ R^wd'i Comrntm- 
i^M*s Attor»y in 1961. 

ftmstng tois year's tateMtfi- 
catm (rf Ac whmitkmal ^mm 
d te iocMy's uinual cam- 
' M^ ^ **Trtl Y«ir Neighbor" 
p[!^Mt. ItKk mU, **Oo ttll 
^» ^^b«r that pe^lt %ct 
can«r. Tell ^n neighbor of the 
tp^ilini dtaith rate caused by 
caj^k Ten him that many can- 
eim are cunNc wi* early diag- 
nmto. Tell him i*tout the seven 
^^m i^nals. TeU hind ^ tte 
w»tos^t volunteers give to 
^■^^tents. Flaaliy, tell your 
wi^bw erf *• wonders that 
have been accomplished by 
cancer research, and tell him 
that we are in a big hurrv to fiwl 
the cure to all cancer. However, 
tell him this cannot h€ ^ne 
without more dollars." 



ChrH Sirfiet 
Offering Jobs 



VMfl fi«^ ma», awJiO' 
^s wffi be «<^W Iw ttie p^ 
i^m of Of tei 1^^ Opentofi 
OS-l/S, toorted in the Norfrtk, 
Vlrdnia B«ich, !h»lan«ith, and 
CtaMpMto, VttfWa WN, pay- 
ing ftws ^m to,^Mo m y^r. 

A v^m <^ •fS^quired tor 
tt«e »a^. tfc ^Wirienee to 
rehired for ^Mi foritlons at tiw 
GS-l level. A typing perfornMina 
te* and or eicpertenoe or ^m^ 
tjon are required fJMf GS^/5 le^ 
posltioM. Specific rwiuli»ments 
tw alwwn In Announc«n»nt No. 
HI.127-2 <«4). Full inform«tion 
and appltertion forms may be cto- 
tolned by contacting tl» BMod of 
U S. Civil Service Ixamineri, 
US. Naval StMlon, Norfirfls, Vlr- 
gjnii mbll, or by applying at any 
pOTt offlM for application farms 
or informttlon as to where forms 
may be ^talwd. 



wi wi/ — nox — SWAP 
mm BAZAAK 

OPn<l f te 9 4M-7IM 
FUKNmmK ■ AWUAP«» 




WORK ALL YiUM 

GROUND 

I 




^ 



NIXON ELECTRIC 

urn • %7^ »., Va. iMcli, Vt. nwM OA MTIV 

^mim WINTOW Al^ CONDITlONt^^ 



UNITS AT B 



A n."-- A iki noii^cc 



iUCTRlCAL SUPPUIS AND FIXTUMS 
ORtZED HOUSEfOWER CONTRACTO"? 
,nd SMAIL APPLIANCE REPAIRS 



ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF 



& HOLLAND 



PR^W^MI^Mti 



SHOP 



l| 






YOU CAN f^W HAVE ALL THf BENiWTS OF A 

^^mm v^r cx)ast %mf shop without 

iQ %^ MILB. THfRI 1^ A STt*:iNG SiLK- 

-HOP HOiSII SURFWDARDS FOR THOSE WHO 

^RE B^^H TO RIDE THE 6EST & A LW» LINE OF 

mmmm ^xmm ukm as bathing suits (male 
^mMm. cm racks, skate boaw)s. wct suits, 

etc. Sa«MG IS BELIfVlN© & BUYING NOT TRYING. 

W«st Cp«it Trtln^ ^#» ^WOr' 
Or» Duty For Board R«p«lrs 




^ts and betweefj 
rs of a«e, will be 
^.erMl )>v (he De- 
i\ Woodson nid 
the *)en«^rtment 
'wmriion. 



rtfU* WI 



m fxm 



\% oart of 

of the eth tnni- 

„.,* GrottO AlF^ a 

v. "Camellia Cntil- 

^ held April 1«. IMl 

• CtmJk Amptiibioua 

. s Gub from 9 pjn. 

1. 'nte fomnl afCair s^ 

"^^ed liv a tsraad narcb 

?tiit flaooer. 

U'AistheNavy^ff 

btmrine Wsrfane 

$k1 is resDOttSoble 

end adnndnc 

■ '"nT^-***. and doc- 

taof USS 

,. USS Myl- 

J8S Kllison 

«v axyni), 

9S VofBl- 



ym^m. 



mS SATUMM^Y AT 

CRUMPY'S 



uvi musk: 

PIAnNHNO 

THE RED COAB 

•iWTOIliM 

• Mlclous Pit Cooked BARBECUE 
0«^# HAMBURGWS HOT DOGS 

• BOAST BEEF 

• ST^K SANDWICHES 

WEAW^ ^RVEO ANYTIMEm:»»EN year ROUND 

CRUMPY'S 




Tan eaa Iwy a 

TO WMS ONB. nb 



BUYmC U. ^ «AVWf 



AW^ 



Sny, ^Aff— Ito^ iTOTHvh tt« -Attraaw rf ywrt h^ ^ pn^ ^ thrift, ^wi^i 
htai to ^if Ua^ mm favtap to^t«^ iwdt — at ^ pW ^fce, « m ^mp I^y « 
fcho^ Wfch tN fB« *»p p^^^ WB nmvn a ^^^ ^Md ^ ^ »« Mercwf 
AMroMuts, n^tai Mm a Jwi« A^«wt fc r wntad him to tay Aat fim &vl^ ^p A* 
week, a^ keep m hiyu^ ^« ^pAv^ em ei ku camii^ ot plkw'a^ 



FROM 
YIRGINU BEACH 

TO TBE 
EASTERN SHORE 



Prior to the Opening, 
Next Month 
Of The . . . 




CHESAPEAK 




BAY 




BRIDGE TUNNEL 

The Virginia Beach Sun-News Will 

Publish a Souvenir Edition Telling The 

Story in Words and Pictures of the 

Longest Bridge Tunnel in the World! 




This gigantic •nglnaering project will connect Vlrglnia't Eartwn 
Shore wHh the or«it Tidewater are* With one terminui of thi» bridge- 
turmtl s^nplex loc»t«d In the great n«w City of Vl^lnla N«*t. 

Tvw3 tunnals, each more th^ a mile long, are a part of the great 
ChMi^jeaka Bay Brt«^e-Tunnel. The tunnels will «Hcw ample clearen« 
for the lar^t 6<^an sntmh. In acWitton to fN two mnnels rtwe wlH be 
four man4Twie lilancte that will link the tunrwlt with overwa^ b-ldge». 

A$ a tribute to this great prO|«t the Virginia Beech Sun*News will 
publish a spedal Chwapwlce Bay Brldge-Tunnel ^tl«i eviy this year 
prior to the official <^^nln^ Wtknow this <^tion will give an Insight as 
to what can be exp^t^ of the Impact ai ^m area's ^snomyend future. 



FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONCERNING "^VERTISINC 

IN THIS OUTSTANDING EDITION CALL OR WRITE THE 

VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS, GA 8-2401. 



27864 



TnORlY 

RWSPAPEI PUntED 

n TSGINU BEACH 




A BEACH SUN -NEWS 




PUBLISHED TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 



I'SSUMt 

URGEST SELLDIC 



Volume XXXIX, Na 125 



TELEPHONE GA 8^401 




VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1964 2 SSaiONS 14 PAGES 



htk 



» COPY: St. VT MAIl $6.00 P» YS^ 



Wahab Dilays 
WBOF Decision 
Stcond Time 

VmomiA BEAOJ — circuit 
Cavn him Robert S. Wthib de- 
layed jud^wnt for a Mcond 
^uw WedtWKhy on « {^tiUon to 
tpi»lirt • xvceiver for nAio sta- 
tioni WKff, Vir^nU B^eh and 
WYWFM, Norf^. - -.- ~ .. 

Yttilnia- Bewa Brndcastini i Rurilw Mii««ls ^nlng Tues- «««»• 



Rttiltan Minstrel Show 
Promises 'Barrel Df Laffs' 

VHtGINlA MACH — Put two eit P. Ste^wm ii itage fwnagw. 
men together mA liny can tell Mayn«rd B. Alten is in chaise of 
a lot of jokes. ^ p^ t^ In leduiical dli«oUoo and ClMurles B. 
a group with Ite an^ied mMon ^Miice, audio difeotlon. GugtM 
of Celling jok« uid y«i have a Oodlrey is l^je wirdrobe man re- 
barrel fuU of laughi. 



That's what you are promised 
in ^e 9th annual Princess Anne 



^naibk for eWmraite c^tuming 
from a !^w Y(Ut supplier, l^- 
ry A. Moyfr is in char^ of prop- 



Membci! 



ox Hi^ Ssbo^ K^ fhib fona a "K" for iMr club. 



Cox High Key Club Adopts Boy 



LYNMIAVPI — T^ forty 
t«aftge teys of tt» Cn. H^ 
S^ol Key Cbb Am« ib ai^ 
ra^iuuAtil^ ^ei ''ad^ttag*' a 
F^ttch s^ollKjy. 

imrou^ tlie Omrtto CUU- 
dru't f^ te RichnMid. ^ 
dub is Wiping to support 13-^ar 
old Y>«n Delwae «t tte COT- 
Hi^wrted Norte Malson in hetm, 

"Kiis ta^gr, frknd^ Itoy wtoo 
Wen to ^k and pky lootb^ 
is in the aeeond year of MiAte 
School. Hia parents are iiaid^ 
'wqrkiiyg people. 

De^MTfttety poor, thiy m 
barely able to suptwi^ their wm 
without help, l«t aloae pay for 
hi$ idtooling. 

nelp^ePmid unfoituiu«e 

rple in tiM world,** says David 
Lyditk. cltairmtn of CCf «^ 
vimn comn ' " ^ sure «^ 
Key ChUb^ • this w«^iy 

<Mtrita^6 to flocMy." 

Oirlitta Chikbua't Patrf to 
^1 iu^Nt eiiHtkittM «f te 
^pe— ^raeatty iiM^t over 

4iooe ^mtm. ccr t^oito a 

tog v^W ^ of MfbiBl^ 
mpM^ Mp-Huid tii9 <v- 
^u^H, b) tarn hMi imMW 
Ml of ^idren neatt^ iMb' 
mt». Itee we i^^ awe 
taMfpy MM^ ttu ^KBism. 

toward ttw dM^ care, <SKK^ng 
• ^ w a gri from atevt «to 
.^i0tic Orde to Mow ^e ^p^ 




"Adop^ 1^" bedE to im. 

QttMmt <^iMren'i Ptnd I* af- 
filiated wUh S12 Homes, reja*- 
senting 35 Protestant denomina- 
tions in US countries. More ttisn 
rimply « relief agency, it ^vu 
chiWrea physical, iwntaL re- 
^^Ui and vocational <sxe. CCF 
■ipertt^ndents try to develop 
.ift^dren into weU-adjuated, re- 
l^niiUc citiwis of tteU- coui^. 

NorMk Tear 
leeliMtoe Beaeli 



■ » r^tm 



tot. Hmjt tt* ea^fa|^ to ex* 
cta^ l^rs ^ (MatiQM 
carte wi^ ttidr '^Aqrted** <^iUd. 
Many tfmmn wiM 01^ ppo- 
vide lor b^^r ^OWM, airf 
in ^BM ^m, even lid» tri^ 
atawd to tt«ot ^ "^uM.** 

Bigto]^ fxy msaing tki to 
OM maU orptSMge hi ChiM, 
CbMian (Mdm^ fvoA «qm 
feiM mittwe ^ Aanetisam m- 
pr to "aAqst" tKMwless diiklrra. 
J^ ainet «%yfi7 oinr ^ ia 
tbe fPSrid iM #vto tal taagry 
tottl^" hereto itiBftlotof 
ir^k to lie dime. (XW w«i one of 
itte first to' wm itiiis uniqiM 



Newly Orgaoized Eagles 
HeW Banquet, Election 



VIRGINIA BEAOH — The Vir- 
ginia Beach fti^iemal Order of 
Eagles cdebn^ the q)r|9^ing 
of <lieir eiiart^ ]ai| wMkentf at 
the Bow CtMk Couiiiy C^. A 
cocki^ ■ hour ;was ^md^ J^ 
the out of town gaum who lad 
registered at tin Inft. A Innquet 
of roast beef, pseo fOM, sfy^tdi, 
baked potato iM ti^nninp tvas 

enjoyed by alt. MMb tor the 
dfnoe that kBemd wm hiralAed 
by Al Renelue irith Aon Baijtam 
vMaUung Sateu^y ai^ f<u' IM 
f^de. ' 

The Degree Team from Peter*- 
burg. Va., turned io their usual 
^xc^lent performanoe of tte four 

our long ceremonies. A few of 
the ee charter aniobera were 
later initiated in a Mef InK mem- 
orable way. A "happy hour" waa 
jtold ^m the ^eiw^es. 

Tte mmi ttBhn wm Jr^ Fu^ 
ftvslMt, Wta. Cm fitted 
i^e^nft, L^MTd ^^c^m; Vm 



VIRGINIA OTACH — TW H ^r 
folk Tou^tai tirip will itart and 

ziounceiraHHMiy. 

The annoiinoiinent waa made 
at a press cb&fei«nce for the No^ 
folk Tour sit 2:30 p.m. in tiw pr- 
den of UfK't House in NorMBc. 

ttit first a^ Tour ad^AiId 
mfliM AprH i md ruaa thittugh 
Mty ^«i iMtttyt, Wedh^^fs, 
Prkla^ and Aindays 

Hie tour imvei Virginia BeM;h 
tit #^90 a,ih. ihd returns at 
4:30 pJD. 

Hhi SeocH^ Day Tour, set fi» 
ApA l.tium^ Hsy 2B, fuaa 
on THmdays, tliursdays uA 0tir 
urdaya. 

B(Mi tours wiQ nm daily from 
MeroorMl Day to Labor Day. 

Inctaided «l the flrrt ^ tour 
will he the Ita'folk Naval Baae, 
HermM^ Foundatitm Muswma, 
Va^m Wmmma Art* and 
Sciei^ «i^ Q)e G«ieral D<Hig- 
ks ttwArdnir Memorial. 

T1» a60«* day tour wfil m- 
clude; The Mm tbaraa^^pod 
Houi^ GanteM-By-'Bie-Sea, My- 
ers House, «d the ikdoidal Nft- 
tioi^ Wstottaa Fifkvt Cape 
Henry Which encomptes^ the 
Cape itenry Memonsl and tJ^xb* 
homt 



Corp.. which has Hirst mortgage 
on the physical assets of WBOF 
aslnd ti^ court Monday to ap- 
point an oj^rating receiver to get 
the ftaliens bsck on the olr and 
in buslo^a. 

But attorneys for Leo Hoarty, 
preiMi^ of VUKinia Beaeh 
Brttdesn^ii^ were im*bte to |^ 
aipetmenl from attorney Edwin 
KkUuan aa to ^o the receiver 
AouM be. Kellam is reprMentlng 
liebro WBCff*, tlM owner of the 
^Uons, Iwaded by Temple W. 
Seay of Washington. 

Judge Wahab i^cat^ his re- 
Ivetanoe to appoW a receiver 
tM m»m% ao^lible to bc^ 
parties. U unable to agree on a 
n^iver by 10 ajn. Friday when 
tte case is scheduled to conn 
apin betore the court, the inter- 
tM^d parttos are to pre^nt their 
respective choi<^ lor the court's 
dedsion. 

itearty retpreMed the odurt 
Monday to appoiM William Diehl, 
who has muiapd radio stations 
is North <^Dlim and Vtoida. 

Attorneys Qi ChovUz mSi 
^rge fMuiilen are remmnnt^ 
JHwrty. Chovita laid WednttS^y 
tta* to^^ve agraoBM^ h^ 
been rei^d w^ K^un on an 
tritomte recehwr whose name 
would be aiibmltted to ttieir cUent 
tor 



day, March 81 at PWncess Anne Ticketo, |1 ta- general admis- 
High. School. The show has been ston on Tue*tey and Hiursday, 
toov^ up a day to avoid a con- and $1.60 for rwerved aeaU on 
flict with the Miss Virginia Beach Ftlday and Si*OPday, are already 
Pagwnt Aora 1. U will open on sale. They may be obtal^l 
March 31. skio a ni^t and toen ftom any menAer of toe lUirt- 
play April 2, 3 and 4. Curtain to club, or at the Mlow^ 
time is B p.m. > f^»^i tte Cuimtogham ftiUdim, 

Those eight men i^o are sfaiy- 1 f^r l^ngs east ^ Pri«» 
Ing up nlgJits to pAm uo aelrlAwie l^a on Vir^ua 





}okes an i^m i^rsttUe end 
men whoi nmround the into^ 
locutor, Honwr W, Cunhini^tam, 
Their names: Charl^ W. Qah- 
man Jr., Heniy L. Um, Geoige 
P. L^, J<^ S. McfUl Jr., Ivan 
Mapp, John F. SklBnan, D. Mur- 
rary Malbon and Joseph R. 
White Jr. CUflninii9«m plays the 
duai ftinotiim of pfoHtcar for ^ 
show this ymt. 

McFaU, a veteran at directing 
the now famoJ^ minstrel, vrili foe 
the wan in that ^Mt agaM, He 
brii^ to the stage a vai^ know- 
le^ of minstxels, the Ma>Ject 
being an avM \kiA3toy of hte. He 
is the author of this year's 
script 

BehiiMi ttow ^Am ftaetera is 
a VK^ show ^anini^ en<»m{»ss- 
ing the Priaoiaa Anne High 
Sc3iool Chorum ^ftuiba CbM- 
US, a banjo artist, an all-male 
ch<niis line, the Dixielu^ music 
of the Choapea^ Bay BearcaU 
and otiM^« aMiacttons 



BMilevart^ or «i eithv looi^tt 
of the K^am and Eaton Am, 
Pacific Avenue to VirpA Be^ 
Bonnifh and Princess Asm 
OMirt Hoaae. 

Proceeds frmn Che mam iM 
m used to help pay off ^ t^V§ 
ptodfe to tbo Mw Ge^ral Hos- 
1^1 of Virgtoia Beach, furSiMr 
m proje^ in the intsest of 
youth mdx »M the i^miamn 
Pony L^^oe, s^ other civic and 
ser^ l^ognyp of tiie club, 

comniNrrY-wiDE 

SERVICES PLANRED 

VIRGDeA ^CH — The Vi^ 
0nia Bei^ m »w B i it Church 
wQl hold a OMUsmtty Service in 
obairmM» tfl Good Friday, to- 



I^«^|ei^ Dean Sholler; Sea*- 
taiy, Byron Andeiwtn; CtaplAin. 

^^??4^S^S^*?i tof«««»"«» and tickets may 
tSL riSS^^S^fS' be obtained from tfte Norfolk 
I^ Guai^ ^n Harwy; Out- "^ . ^.. «^ , lumbers of 



MHorial 



Ptf 






toeWf 






site Gua^ Joe OO^: 'ftustees, 
mm D. J^mtT, J^ibat ^niO, 
Ita^at Lamg^ liswadl Greenft^ 
Mte- vaAwmf tiexe. 

Tim GiMd A^ iMlitutiog 
Deputy mu Mr. W. W, Pierce, 
pMt Si^ VmUmt and I^ 
mm secr^ry of Sfliii& Itorf^ 
A meetini <rf tte J^ ^fl^9 iMt 

^ by m. nwM wiw M^d m 

wfll att^ tiie taft ret^tf liiafr 
nen owrtmg td the mwly char- 
ted A^ of^^^#es, 1^0 msm 
meiy Ttanday t^^ • o'doekt 
A dte &>w Croik Cotu^ Cl^ 
^e ft^d^ft of a$ Depm 
'^wi WMttr. J. .Mm, Pettfa- 
tag. (Mn state offlom to ol- 
i^^mce wer» larl 1. Teny, 
^Pte Sec; G. ^ Aeittrt, S^ 
Pres.; A. L. Gates, Jr., NA fittM 
Pi«s.; Bruce B. Morris, MAs Vm 
Pre^dent ; D. C. Hu^n, Sti^ 
Inside Gtaanh J. M. fiwiv. ^Mte 
Outside Guard; R. W. Glie4^^ 
Past Stste Pres. and ^ Qm^ 
Aexie Oftie gaBBd J. 1. AMSy Jr, 
fWt Otote l^rtitid^it. 

Other State Aeries iMenc^ 
the fMivities iaetiide^ 
ria. Stannlni, lUebn^tf s ^ 
aeries, Dixie and Stoo^A, ^m 
Aerie, FiBlstttWg, Nen^xt r^ 
and South fisrloB^ 



and Vlrghiia Beach caambers of 
Co^i^oce and hctote and mo- 
tels- to J«JW cW^s- 

Ptrticipitog in Wednei^y'a 
press ojnference were Al B. 
Crews, prest<tent of the Virginia 
Beach Chamber of Commerce- 
«jd Vliiania Beach Mayor Frank 
A. tmci, ai«g wMi !^olk 
d^rMartes. 



tWHMB 
M MMUI 



i0t MiWtKWymkt. The aetton 
takaft by Hoarty is aimed at gat- 
ting the stc^h back on the air, 
i^^xltng to hisattomeryt. 

Bridge-Tuimei 
Te Have Area 
tnfe Center 

VteGVOA BGAOH — An area 
s^H^iMrf touriA information can- 
tor will be eitoblished on i^ 
am^ anroadi to the C fcesap o ak e 
flfcy &^B-Tttnael ai^ wlH be 
^ensil to coincide Viito the opeh- 
^ of tte tM^ crossing n^ 
month, wK»rding to W. T. Mon- 
roe. Jr.. cAainua of a etmimitlee 
iM is vmisortog tlie prolsiBt. 

'Hie inforroMton c^ter is tte 
first pl^ in a ccsnpteto advert 
iag and pitfo%^ prc^ram ^ 
cwnoKitoe es|)eeto to toidertalK 
Mer. The lnf<ttSMition ^iter will 
^Uttibt^ UterMire. on ctUes iwl 
aunties in te Ti d o witsr erea 
Md <&itribute fokten and hro- 
^Hies. 

Known as the Eastera Vli^ia 
fimvsi i^wmotMrn Asswairtion, ti» 
grtmp ta» iieen atudytog tbe pro- 
jmUoi^ nteii of the ana for tte 
past two ^eara. The buUt&uS to 
bs openri naA aMinUi will 4» a 
^ms^l^Mj atswsture to be re- 
l^^tetd «^ a pennaneM buildir^ 
wfthto ^ nffirt lew iwi^. 

The areas represented to ^ 
osodirtton, to addition to Vir- 
gn^ ^ph, are Norfolk, Poito- 
BKftdh, Chfsap«^e; Newport 
Hews, Bmptm, WUliamAnug, 
NortlttBqtton, Aseamm, ^aMfa- 
^d, Poquo«i-Y<rt Coo^, 
uid Suffolk -MnsenKtod County. 



m*9frfflPrf (IHk ^(»ra^ ¥' 

dto^er «Mt SKitt Sadie- It in 
Orn^i of Aes a ogp^ ^hy. Art dir- 
ector- is JaMph C. Ifonds Jr.. and 
mmm •^ Art diractor u V9^ 
Ham W. Vflihia. 

Atab woriAsg ta^tod tcenes 
aia a hoat of ctim psof^. Rob- 




Sand Pumping 
Geal Hearing 

VTOGiNIA BfeACH — The 
goal at snid to be pumped <m 
the beadi tm^ ^dte ^et set 
ei]^ yei» l|e iHH be reached 
this June, ttie Vlr^nia Be«^ Ero- 
sioa Commission wa toki 
TMs&y. 

Iht comniiB8i<n set i §aA of 
356,000 aflDie yards to 19M to 
repj«!e sand wa^ed away 1^ 
tidk and stents. 



g» to the D^ Ftiiky! O^ 183 
Boaen, IMiemans 4uid Dadi- 
sAunds, will go through their 
pi^ beg^ntog at MO pm. for 
the annual n>ring ^ riww spon- 
sored by the Asso<^tod Specialty 
Clubs of lUews^. 

Approxlm^ely IMO in ^phi« 
vrtU be awvded to the top dop 
tA this ^»w. Judging the event 

«„.-«««, *«.«. ««.« tA « n m will be. for Boxers^ Mrs. DwigW 
morrow ftx»m iwon to 3 pjn. ^ ^^ ^j Cwida^*, N.Y. 

Parttcipattogtothe«rvi«sff j|r,/ruttktea^^^to^biefd. 



These little boxers seem to be havmg a "bo^-wow fow-wo^ 
over v^ho will be entered in the Spring Dog Show FrWI^y at tte 
Civtt Center. 

SPRtNG DiMI SHOW sIt 
FOR FRIBAY AT OME 

VIRGINIA m^ — The havra, PresUtert of te coa^i^ 
Aian B. Sitpard Civic Cei^r wlH 1 iflUbs is E^NMrtt Powell, 



PraMdent is Mrs. Jeanne G Per- 
T^oad, Ssemtary is Sirs. A^trid 
Walsh and te treasurer is Her< 

ma Chappsil; 9I» Vet' 

for this ^bow li Dr 
Landis. 

Ohibn 
tog m ti;- ftiijii .„. 
w^ it iriKMM be t 
^f^ to be hM at tM ItoOMk tat 
isrtdie te c(^M^ i^Mad. 



be Utt 
GaUke 



Rev. Mnuad Baridey, 
.„ (^ireh; TOie 

W. Taylw. I^iran ChurA of 
te Good Sl^pUni: n» Vbv. 
BIdwrd WoteM, Th« €0&AU^ 
^ <teipel; iha ,^v. QanW 
nsHon, St. Mrt» AM. €^^; 
Hie Bcw. Vmm Wtfn, Gp^e 
ftda^oi^l CSiurdi; sbid Mrs. IM^ 
itD. Wilsoo, Vi^Ma Bea^ 
^nds Meeting, r 

Solidis vM ba 1^. WuiiJBn 
titley, ChaitM Olivff, Wilbun 
laxton, Mrs. Vl^^ Ha^as 
and Miss Gay Oa^'Wwnam. 

Oi'ginisU wm be WOUian 7. 
ICillgrove, Mrs. Oaorgs Aldri<^, 
llrs. Joto MsrteU Jr. and Mrs. 
M. W. Wrighfe 

The Women's Chorus from C^- 
itoe ^i^copal Chun^ will id^ 
"I See His ^od Vpon The 
#ose." 

The Comomnity Service is 
sponsored by te MtoMtorial As- 
sociation of te amm^ of Vk' 
l^nia Betch. T1» pub^ is tovMed. 



Irmrior Studied For Capes Clid> 



er, and a pronto^ Be»r Spee- 

mtia/^^smmM Pw^ Jr., 

id Jack«mville, Flonda, wtU 
Jttd^ Owhshunds. He is a 
bre^r of Dac&slnnds, Md this 
wiU be Mr. Dunk^ first ^|^' 
asiagnnmit Alva RoseiAwg one 
of te B^ rejected ^ breed 
judgea to the cou^, wiU 
|)Mige itoe Ddiermans. lb*. Ros»i- 
beig is from WiM<m, CtmneotietMt. 

toterssttiS footoote on tbe 
Judges, tti. TutOe is te editor 
of te C^nandBiyia IH^ Mm- 
amger, Mr. Dunk is an avid 
i^rtaman, and BIr. Aoeenbm 
isa an AMique GaUwy In l^w 
Y{M*City. 

Show chairman for this special- 
ty is WilUan Mtnden of Lynn- 



Prizee Oalore 
Fer Eaeter 
Parade Winners 



Rip; THO^MIS N. OOWNINO 

mms^mi, d.c. — ««p. 

ThMMf f^- Itawnl^l notirml te 
Vi^^ toi^ &nNira Tues- 
dia^ ^Mt ^ baxa^ to run for 
m^MOon to te J. Hmso d 

HemesAmvm Iff Virgnsa'9 

rm riiggwiiiiiiit rrtsirirt ^ 

A tsiijtfifn fenm Dwming 

it^: "R^Menti^ te people 

of^Mk flNlWitiM is te most 

M^^ng op&ieim of 0^ lift. 

*W It ^^ be te wm$WM 

^oa^idfl^ to »*m n» to C^^f^ 

I «to iw^ tern tet I we^ 

tinM» to ^rt m te^ b^rif to 

* 1^ ^UuA ^ vw 



mmmfm at 

STAI OF THE SEA 

VlRaa«A ^ACH — The »ar 
of M^m^^^^ ^irch tea 
annouMi^ ^e^ ^^ snf^ees 
irito m Mass steduled for 5:90 

pjtL mOooA^Hit^. 

Cotf^lfcfi tei^s we scSi^uled 
Hk Ht^^sta^ on te &Aow- 
tog seheduk: 10 to U ajn., 3 to 
^ and 7 to 8 to te evening. 

The Eaeler Sunclay Mns m^A- 
^ will be 8 o'ctock, 9:30, 11 and 
12:18 pm. 




tanylip 




liMrior (toi%n o^Hiltant Marilyn Motto discusses plans for 
te $500,000<^pes l^di a^ Cabana Chd) with Everett Fair- 
tart), ^esidrat of Bl^ and Fairlamb, Inc., contractors. As a 
nationa% rea^Amd nttsrtor (taign ^msultwtt. Miss MoW> has 
bera^^^^tocted m the kmiet cdatttinator for te WorfcTs Fair 
Undei^wmd Hcane. A qj^tottst m^k^ti, restourart dod club 
Mgn.ter ra^t ^MMm incM^ The SItonMon Tenney 
MotOT ton. New Yotl^ llie Wbaatf fteodMlial Qub, Hdlan- 
Me^^.; andte ToPOBtoi^ray Toviacs. ^oi(% photo) 



VSIGINIA BEACH — A 

M of attractive prizes awaits the 
winners m te <^teahioned 
Ekkster Parade to be heM Sunday 
on te b<^walk at 25th Str^ 
Parting i^xnit 12:30 p.m. 
Iliese gifts will include: 
Bestdressed woman: gift cer^ 
tificates ^m IMr by itofael and 
Cyntiua, Hofheimer's, Rose iMl 
and Rice's. 

Best dressed man: gift certi- 
ficates from Atexander-Beei^ 
and Cherry-Pearson. 

Best dressed coupte: dinner 
and overnight at te Ameriouuk 
Motor I^ge., . 

Best dressed family: 0ft certi- 
ficates from Coffers, SUm Beas- 
1^'s Atlantic Service Station, 
Bteck Angus Re^urant and Be- 
lio Maritet. 

Best dressed t^n age boy aiKl 
0rl: each wiU receive a radto, 
om from WGH te oter frtan 
WTAR, and an album from l^n- 
bre Muac Store. 

Be^ dressed l^e boy and gjrl: 
«tdi will receive a gift certifMste 
from Evelyn's Children's SNq> 
and a portratt from Boice Studto. 
The winners wfl) atoo nemvt 
candy from f^rabc^ Cndiss stid 
movie tidcets tmA te Prfiw^ 
Thratre. 

Mrs. Karl Nelson m g^iaesA 
diairinan of te pc^nitar ei^sk 
Md D^ Wlfflsm iP. Wmm ^m 
be te fasada aaatm. 



tioo to lis rsgite danoe, te 
P,OP. Ctob wffl bold a "Bunny 
iiep" this wBah^ for Ita tum- 
age members and te^ (nests. 

live mnsic for dandag win be 
provided by "The M. 
fran 9-12 at te Fridajr «;>«. 
festivities. Abo ieatured will be 
a^ drink speqrittes, profesaton- 
alty mixe^ aa^ eer?^ AdDiis^on 
is 75<eiil par person; ^aify raisr- 
vttticM ar» r^piasM.' 

Tte Oub'a fiaslff D 
lutog te CteSBttm &i> 
hek} ^urAy nigtt from mm to 
12:30. ft is hinted that a surprise 
alto^on involvtoga group of 
"CMta* Bunnies" is to store. Foi^ 
mtl ^mM« eacQuraged. 

dttlfiir Suodsy te dub WiU 
hokl two bufiels; tiie first, at 
12:30 pjn. wft be te te MMpfit 
of teae who wiab to wmMm 
ctaaA. Tfm reg^ bufirt wS 

An |iRst«> egg, tonl, fiMiring 
te Batar rtf>bit himi^, wm be 
held ist 2:30 pjn. Bm^, weath^ 

pem^ng ' % 



At 'Ulf Site 



VIBG©HA BEAOT — The 
secorrii amwal m^Mrisl i^rvk% 
for lost s^D^n wiB be biM Fat^ 
<b^ at 11 ajn. ^ mttf htwtgtn - 
Lady atatm, 2Sto Street and; 

Viigtoia^itech Hfe^or TmA A. 
Dusch and Rolfe Wiltoum, hm- 
wegiua coqml to ItoriMk* wS i 
be guest #«te^ 1%e i^nari^ 4 
pngpH- wiU be given by The B«v.| 
IM^poo Tti^rlar, vmieim of ter 
Uman Chun^ ^ te Gooli 
ShNqplwrd. 

A we(4al guest wm be MM^ 
Tte Obaa. a ^(svH^0m «ife 
cto>gge ^^Jit attwiding 9mc^- 
Atoie Ifigh SiteA 

m hitaateolint WiB be 
6y Oty ltomi«er W. 8 
iMtett. 

the UiSgk AmSik^ of 
A^^aia:Bteh tm 
nm^ * ♦«» ottte 
csMBsMDOT: the 
te Nonra jik iMMAsr 

mmt. 





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Slow WniTOw 




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MCXt TO I1IH.O Al>>eM MAfMit 

mm ST. viiMi)<Mi tiAeH 



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OPENING 
MARCH 21 

OttAROOAl ROOM 

MM imt m mtmmmm 

Lll^ A SRtAtH OF ^RING 

me WO«»Y, ZBT OF 

CHAROJAl WOlirNK^ RLLS 

THE AIR WITH THE mmHANOE 

C0 OUR M^:)US STEAKS 

DM<Mt Muttc Niwmy 



MiN-NtV^ Clanified Ads 





Ownw 
IWIN A. MiUPpm 



Ttaft vMMii of ^ 
idit ^1^ h^ m 

• ^iM of the €wnci1 

CIiMm Aateal 11(W||v» "yaratn 

plMks from tkTM ConMw^al 
Greenhouiu — H^wr's Oiwni- 
houM of Lin^rad, Mw <|0^^, 
Om-^ ln:«& QreeiUMNue, Biwm- 
field, N«ir Jersey and f%roe 
fCellar ONtnhouw of Hurim^ 
burg, Vlrginta. 
Mrs, C. h fj^d^rtir won (he 

t^M ril)bom.%l. CoMIm D^gs 
vw ttH hinner-up tod Mm. 
b^ MM eitteFed mt "(^een of 
ttw Stow^' wiminf vtolet numd 



PARTY 

TIME 

IS HERE 




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O pp ii ft t CobnM Mmv, 
0Ai4Htot 



PIIRAOE OF VALUES 



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TYL© BLOUSK IN \A^ITE 

wiNTs OR soifD ^Asras 
. . mm nrom 




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CONTESTIi 

DRAWWe MAK» STtk 

?«0r Ni^eigAitY TO 

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Udlos'CafN'l^acks . iM 

La#«s' Jama ict $kmrm Y .M 

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Caprit 10 to II, Jafrtilcis - SufftM 
Siz«l 10 itt i# 



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MW TRY IH^ K>R SAVIf^SI 

p^anlAR PUiN m>m wm brt 

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VmCINIA KACH 

TtykM^ Burf^s Hair Stytes m^ tiM {hk« with street w»kn1^ 
mifNam^-<mi b$ wota anywhere. All ti^eAer i^ fct 
your Easttr Bouet liid tfac^ieasm stcwA, 

STYLISTS 
lOa. TERRY i MRS. LUMAN WHTTE MR& WOm 
MRS. BROWim MR. VffCMT 

We are proud to wMmmce tiiat M». ^fMts to lecmtly 
joiari our ftuf ^ cxpferts. 

LA^m RdA^ VttGmiA REACT nam GA Min 

OUR NMtfmK LOCAnON 
lai ImMm Dr.. W««« ^nw .- fh. attolllf 




Step out for Easter 
in spanking new 
sboH liy 

YMcwaMr'a lait*^ aai«^oii--«3ieMv* at fmmMk A 
HdbnM llf^iM and |^i^f#r yvu^ Ipd^ to MmMp 
Mlw lMwMt# oxlari^ 1^ aMi M^*dnt ^ tll#fp«^ 
man paradwfa . . . cIN^aMa ifea rangM fi^d by our 
alioa aigiaffil . . . and m many tmart nmy atym le 
cMMt froM new at RiMaiM ft IMmaa. 

4.99 • 7.99 







0r YOUR FREE PARROTO^ 

VtRGlNIA lEACH 

t9lh aMd AtlaMiv 




Kitanben of tha Tri Gamma Stxoi^y tt^oBtty vwi^ tM 
^a/m Df^ <^vilee«a|t Home and macte fa¥OT9 ^ te {wtiettto 
ttere. Pictured during die visit are (left to ^t) Lxurw Fox, Mr. 
^nf ler, Trudy Willluni, Ltmla AUen and Albe Van Nmtrafld. 



Mr. tjrt Mm. OwttM W. Jftrrteic 
of aiMniMl Wlte, ^BM^ ^ 
Vir||la llfcii m, 
the ankagein imiR 

Miat Mni^ rt ^fi^ M 

9 tto »n of Mr, 
iM Mn. rraM HMjtf of 1^ 
tofci, li.Y. 

Newt of the enp^paoA wm 
ra^^O^ itt ttit fiOlh w^i^ an- 
tii^wm of Ittt'. ^1 Ui van 
Wbwltf, tomiMuio B«ich, Fb,, 
m^a^^pii^parents of tte 
fiMtttMK 

IBat llu^^k iMnM ateeli 
in Mdiiffwd, #y.. ai^ Sm^m 
%^, ttii It a g^htite d tte 
Ui^Hi|r ftf l^wDvIvi^ Mk^ 
of mMm^mm. Ma to a ^i^ 
ared <^itd hygaiM in Mvw- 
town, fc. 

Dr. MMiitf jb t (Mdu*le of 

fniiatki Aeiiw|y aM Oetitnl 
High Sebool, HamUlBQ College. 
Clinton. NY., and ttH Unlveraity 
of ^vml^mltL WSmk of Dan- 
(istry. Havhig completed a two 
year liilllMUi ta «tal auit|«y at 

%^\wsm WM in ryia, 

dalphia, XSt. Modter te attending 
tM Gnthttta SdMMl af Uw Unl- 
veraity ir<%B iU |( i > i i m and it 
anfftgadjD pHvita lUtgkai pra^ 
tice In gttiiMMl 

1%aHHFlMi^MM 
Jum IS Mvvni# ffltjljiliirliin 
Chtupck te Yiitpi mmi. 



^m'^^sShm % 



fm 0' WMds 

fiardenirs Elict 

poikr o' wows — TtM 

mmif vp^eA PcM O' Wooda 
Qatm o^i few «»Mnaatf tte 
elMlion of <te f^oi^i^ offi- 
cera: Wn. ^M» Har^ prea- 
de^; Mn 6. H. Mieadoff, lH 
vi<»-pr^dent; M». Thwdtw 
a^dey, ^ 'f^sbfnMmt tin. 
ftaaik J. $U9K, mnmvn Uh. 
tiMiDan B. Bi^o^, recwiing 
ae<Mittt7: ud Mn. M. A. Sm- 
cioft, Jr., cmpe^nding »<3iiuf . 

A pint i^ will te held Ai»-il 
4 at Zi% Weitwood Ciide from 
10 am. to 4 pm. The ]hMc to 
in^ad. 

Urs. J. W. Wood arp life ipNit 
qMMdEtt when ^ dub itie^ to- 
d^ at 10 ft.m. at the Entem 
Shna Qiti$tl Mv te^ ttbsm- 
traM 1^ riido^ will te "Stite 
Pa*." 

FoncK MsiDEirr 

ON DlAirS LIST 

Mijorie Wi^ tMd, te ^k^ 
^ aentors, 10 juniors, and IS 
aactoBHiaa at ^aatt IMar (Via,) 
0^^ wboaottpi^ tta Maa% 
LiA tor the teomd faamttf ti^ 
ya«. 

ite ^}d^ dlm^ef of Or. and 
Mn. Jmm Vmtm' 'Ridd, Vi^ 
0jM tech ai^ Viuttoi lb., to 
a fniMa of 'fte CoiMtry Day 
S(^4 Vir^iia B(»eh. Slie to a 
aofhomna at JNmat Briar. 




ti» Navirf Air Strttoa Oceana OHktn Wi^^Nd a 
"kntty hat tenche<** m^ at ^^ «wl^|J3^ wa» 
tta^y by (1. m f ): W% W«^ 4 iMm^ f». Win L. 
Oahay, ivfa. Ollbirt ^: irt^. MN, |iM A. Art a^ Mrs. 
WUItom Bi^e^ Mm %^|<« R«J|* «• Hagnt^most 
h*t;AI*i. R&idl^M^ kwatott; iMd Mis. Rotom 
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OFFICERS' WIVES SPRING 
ART SHOW EXPANDED 



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^aw. $0uimfi ^ te Mbflsr- 
m OttMM^ Wlvw (M) ^ Nor- 
ktk, $mkm ^xpanted in Kopt 

to wpi mm m$$^ u 
vmmm ^^^ ttM a cMi- 

d]%h% ^Slmr. 

(srtia toi Ml aapcrMt p Hii IMlr 
d^ ^# ^Mci.lMlirM^ 
0^1^ CUiMr i^nTM ia- 

itea«<to a^ ihvNid to 

• mm Mptk of iti*- 

mi^pnnv vmvn own vegeui 
bM. intiM m ^ eale^ry tt« 

umiM mm wi0 mm, ^ 
tm m ^m mm im ^» 

ptoce only on AfW 5. .4rri^ 

Cottriilt ttalH'^^MlMw'M' ajn. 
and 12:% p.m. on April 5. A $5 



Art ! awud wiB he pven for to entry 



BIRTHS 

Mr. afrf Mrs. Harold C. War- 
tm it. anncNtnce the birth of 
Aeir thini child, second dau^- 
tcr, Ruth Da^ (M Feb. 28 in 
Horf^ Geiwrai Hc^ital Mrs. 
Wanen is Uie former Mi^ tCath- 
ryn June Halite^ dau^ter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jtrfin David Hal- 
%^md. Mr. Warren is the son of 
^. and Mrs. Harold C. Warren 
of Viifinia :tea(^ 



Prestol Insurance , 
^^m TTies^ Prc^kms 
- And R^al Estate 
• Prd>lems Are Just As Easy 



ju^d'be^'in art^^^compoti- 
Hen and ori^nalit:^. 

Childrtn IS yeare old aM ua- 
^r caA enter 41w ^mr in a aep- 
.an^ <A^s aiMl <Hn(q>^ for 
prii^ which will be awarded for 
beil oU pinQng and fo€^ a«t& 
edtt'arfMtel. 

ndb»lk vole will detennlne ibe 
winiwr of an adWtionl $S& prixa 
for the i«tot pc^nlarantay to tlie 
show, and ttere vM km meiam 
given for tl» B^ Wubm Wbak- 
mg and B«t Cerao^. Tinem 
pmm an in additlM to tto |50 
Baat in Show awai^, tttt W 
Painting Amrd and the two $10 
awards for aculpture and craft 
prevtousty announ<^. 

TM contest to opw to «ai Na- 
vy perwna^ ai^ toir di^i^Kl- 
«its who an ttitiaied in the 
ftenpton i^Kto vm Hie 4aae^ 
line f^ ftttaiiWing enMes t» 
Jud^ng to Uatk 91. 

Entry Vtmt are avi^lte at 
any apeclal ^nteas of fii», tirade- 
winds Onb, Of&sen' dtttaa aaA 
at any poster d^lqr. 

African VidiBfa 

WOO^ARE — Tha WoH- 
snaia natation Oardtt aub 
met lacratly it tin hMm of Mrs. 
M. J. S^wsts. Sp^DBF ler tiie 
evening wm «tta. C. L. fitaab- 
berpr who teUmV m tte <^ffit 
Oiow^ nd Yartotl^ of Attoia 
VMdete." > 

MiboM ware aws^ded ib Mrs. 
i.e. mm, mm; Wn. mmm^ 
and Mrs. C. H. AHred, i«di and 
Mrs. iPite, ydlow. 



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In Hmo (rf »\A, wfon f9v na^ need Mp %. \. 
hwry« wel be Miwa «t ytw ^de. As /fyna Cat- 
«^ «fOTlv we #rays pravMe r.S.-Nfwnal 
#wvh«. Wt our hallMCiA of ^o^IcnmI fewirMce. 



With 2 bffl^s raady to «lv© all y<wr rftal estate and 
Imurar^ problems Ksllam-Edton can protect, seli, 
mnt or help ^u buy ymtT property— truly one-st^j" 
«>mplefe servitt fm you. 

KELLAM - EATON 

Tnmmnat C^^my 

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pMlglM AmoM iMVMt 

A04IIViMiNT LUNCHim4 

Mm. Gtither Newmaa <J«n). 
the fir* Bnrtch Oiiwotor of tlw 
Vii^nit BMdj Branch Y.W.C.A.. 
WM JKiMMd tlwr^y «t th« 
A«l^wmetA tuA^pn of (1» 
find BHiioa of cKidM of th« 

u^s my mt setm u vu^i^ 

fieaA. The lui^ew, Midoat 
aolad ^tes, }Mt nfls. dMeit. 
etc., wm mnmA by Mn. btet Gtt- 
cett't Cirde <rf tte Virgin^ Bmt^ 
Uemam Omi^ and was li»M 
for ^H* too vomn In its ReereA- 
toQ IWB.'Ae teblei were taflt»- 
ftilly dKarrted wkh multi-colored 
©imeinas and <i«ffodils, and tfte 
djbptays of the art, knitling «m1 
flower arrangenwnt dmea 
ifeowed bard wbrk and dlrtinct 
Mtent. TtMi colorful millinery, dl»* 
idayed i^ ixre^mis Ladies' f}a$t 
Out Achievement iLuMh^ns, w^ 
nd^ed. 

In thii reportir'* mi»d, 1I». 
<JfMtrles Aktenoan's (Sugie) oQ 
fAlntingB showed pr^ssional ar- 
tistry an€ ttoxteri^' "» inrtnio. 
tors imvmi of wlwm atte^^ 
the Kincheon) are to be coi- 
^ fr^toted. 



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Beverly f^, IDnister of 
tile Virginia Bekh Methodl^tt 
Church ga^ tl» Invocation, aiKl 
Mrs. T. C. Berry (May), a former 
Chainnan of the Virginia Beach 
Ladfes' Day Out Council, pre-* 
sented Jean with an inscribed sil- 
ver tray with this comnwnt, "To 
lean, wIm taas best Interpreted 
the purpose of the Y.W.Cj%. in 
her Ufa and in her work." 

Ifri. I^wmut )ms not been 
working witii ua since January, 
and tt was gr«Ufying to see her 
again in exeeUimt health and 
buU^iV over i^tii future pkra 
lir m "Y". 

At this A^iievenMnt Day 
Luncheon, Mrs. A. G. HmsB 
QSocky), Chainnan, presented the 
' new Vii^inia Beach iLadies' Day 
^ <^ Council for U6445. Tiw 
vitected. girls are, Prefi<tent. Mrs. 
'-^'^ck • iy^ Of^K^: i«t Vi^ 
President, MnT. J. H. OrN^un* 
^argu^ite); 2M Vice Ih^es^teM, 
Mrs. E. h. Utg^mA iSfnn); Re- 
cording Sec3«lH7, Ifn. P. P. 
Gregg (Oxmii); 0>rr»poiK}ing 
Secretary, Mrs, J. A. Ght (Mae). 

President Johnson (L. B.> thirt 
ki) »ld in his firat pre^i <^Eifer- 
«nce, "To a man my staff and I 
»e working t(X the pessce at all 
flie peopks of the world. That is 
»y purpoK, ti»t is m/ goal." 
WeU, ttat spirit seems to be prev- 
iknt wWi Volunteers, Y-Teens» 
4ie new steff, and the general 
ihemberAip, which the "Y" ia 
trying to e^nnd. 

Betty &nMi in b& recent "J^ 
df Moitiing", Ims Annie BrowB« 
only 19 and • ymt^ moAer mar- 
ried to a practical taw i^taimA of 
io, say "impassion means 
knowinf htm tt is witt ptojdB, 
Mke understodli^ tiwni wiilraut 
laving to like tiiem". Save com- 
psttCtt) on our l^y brandh here 
it ^ginia Beadi, and Joia—any 
time— rt the "Y»* Office on 8(^ 
$b«i^ lUMl Pw^fic Avenue. We 
aeed new members. 

Swimming, golf, tenna, horse* 
ba^ riding and exercise class^ 
for the Spring will soon be^n, 
Wot fuitiier ii^n^ion call tlu 
"Y" office 428*221, or aWeml 
Hegistrition f(H> tfaMS dasMNi <» 
April 1, l.m p.m^ the Game 
Room of fee C^alier Hotel. 
Dont ftrget to see the Water 
Show which wiH ^e plat* ju^ 
prior to It^istiation at 7 pjn. 

White witting this on tiie ter- 
race of the Amertoam ^X 1 
liav« b^n alloying the ixM sDQi- 
i^h» and noti<^ tiie acttvHy <rf 
tiie wWte tods, ducking, swim- 
ming drdmg and fioa^K m <te 
bhieipay-^reen calm ^antks~ 
<}ie fraai tf %rinf -time greeai, 
the iky anre~aol ^ cloi^ ttie 
woriEBim i^)^ «k^ mAtf. W'h 
eryone and eiwy^hig |»wdain^ 
re^iiiMg^<m and jta^n^s ^ 
<!b@ fester tide. 

YWCA CMLmmUM 

(Msrdi » fkrough f^i^ 4) 



LJD.O. Dii^y Day 
Cdffee, ft[]^te X^isMa 
Otawdi. 

pm. ftgri^W>.0. <^B^1 
Meeting myMe CMs^ 

BiiBg a^ ft^ Mb mimt 
'mma, Cime a»m of Cam- 
Ito" tt*^ '^aa toiA. (»e 

yjn. jgkKt to B^rtiWi^. 




TEEN TOPICS . • a i^s. Ww 




Wm le^OMibiHtlea do wu Nt^ at j^)!^ hmne around meal 
tmtl Do you by any dl«M« lia>% tabto %ni^ to do ai^ kitehen 
c^n up tttemuM 

Many tuMs ^k an M«ys to make tmn tf» most tirescxne 
ttdc ^1^ Md teas. tfam^coMuming so ^w ^ve 
ntoreAM to do what you cnic^. ' 

Like everything else, there are s<»ne principles 
^Hi «in follow to hdp in'all jobw. They are: 
1. Ke«p everydiKp^ widtin easy reach 

2. Use the B«M E^ppment ami tools for die job 

3. W<M'k 01 a (»>mfortable position 

4. Leave out i^rts of a job 
3. W«k in a lequem^ 
6, Um both hands 
Fm tm trying to sound stii%. Just take die 

time to see how tfiey ai^y to table setting and 
dish washir^! Then study your meAocb — make 
chan^--«nd me the differei^! 

For t^le setting tuni th^ icbas ov^ in your miml 




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1. T« kc^ susijIhlMg fHhfai mw ntA store everyday dishes 
and ^uam m itm bimom shtives of wall cabiiwt to the left 
<rf ywr sink. ^w<e silwr m sectioned box in front of the 
top dmwc^ of At tese cid»ttet in the front of the sink. 

2. To Hse Bol Efw l pwaiit tmi teob kor «w J^ use a^^oMong 
tray or tray cart for ti^ptwtii^ dishes, gtanware. aid ulver 
to table to save time ukI utp& in setting the table. 

3. To work ki a emttarttbk foMm, keep a good posture 
while working. If stoopii^ U neoesMury, bend at the knee 
rather than at the waiM. 

4. To leave wd pwrls ^ m}elk. cut ctown on die number of 
imitkxu aixl steps used by carrying more thtnp on one trip, 

5. To iraifc hi seqwcB ce, pl^e diings on tray or tray cart in 
order of removing them to the laWe. Move clockwise artHind 
table and remove glasses, dishes, and silver for a place 
setting from the tray cart. ^ 

6. IJm boA km^ for removing dishM, glasses, silver, and 
napkins t[tm starve ahd laying the pla(% setting on the 
table. 

Now for dish waAing see how die same principles still work 



1. 



2. 



3. 



K^ evcyydKta^ wItUs coy nmk, store all dishwashing 
^uipment and supplks at the sink area. &ove dUies that 
a re used daily nrar die sink, prefen^ly on wall cu(^XMrd 
shelve to the left of die sink. 

Vm hoi ^pdf^MMl 1^ tools for tfie Job, use a rubber ot 
plastic sMtula to scrape food from di^es and -bowls. Use 
a vegetal^ brush to k»sen food from hard-to<lean utensils 
and dishes. O^y soiled dishes from die tabk to the sink 
cm a serving cart or tray. Use rubber mats and sink liners 
m emm^d surfaces to cut down breakage and noise and 
speed waahii^ time. A rubber bumper on the water faucet 
saves chnf>tn| of diina and gtassware. A dish drainer may 
be used for air drying dis^s. If your smk is the one-bowl 
t^, waA di^Ms in a dishpaa mm uw tlw sink for rinsing. 
Ch- use t«ro pans in the siak, (me for wariiing and the mher 
for rmsiflg. 

Worii ta a coosfortabte posUiM^ if vour sink is too low for 
vou, raise it to your correct N^t by placing a rack in the 
bmtom (rf the sink mak^ standing more comfortable. 
CoBBMne Jobs or pvto of jiMm, carry didi drainer to cup- 
board and ttxae dishes directiy fr(xn'<fa«iner, w set the table 
for the ne»t meal fr<Mn tte dish drainer and oiiMt storing 
diriM». Wash and i^inse pott md pans and set to dry on the 
range top. 

hmn4 osi parts ei a ^, air dry disbn vher lealding^om. 
l^tiV0 dttMs in ^i^ until next n^il. In stacking ioihsd 
dist^ to be wa^ed, plac^ ^ose to be^wnahed ^nt aaaf^t 
the sink bowl or dishpan. If you a» r^t-handed, stack 
d»m to d» 1^. 

Use both iandi in sofaping, stacking, and wafslung dishes. 
Turn diA witih am hand and wa^ it widi the o^r. When 
cbrying di^es wiA a to^,^»ve motkm b^ M<mg an end 
(rf die towel in emh Innd, k^ilufi die l^wls^lgito tc^ther 
i0d ckMe to the dislm. Use wm Mnds % f0»$ ^hes 
away. 



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Do try sotm of di^e iiteas. It fs q^itejl quiU^i||S to aally 
a|^y what ycm learn. * ?V 



Ribbon Hats 
Highlight Meet 

VIRGINIA BEACH — E«;h 
ol die 15 members attending the 
Mardi 16 mfe^ing of tihe Virginia 
B^ack Lkmeu club wore her m/n 
Easter hat ct«ated from ribbons, 
flowers, (rt' (Mher int^esting fab- 
rics. ^ 

Mrs. Rachel Robestm was 
mratded a ptze tot die j^vttkst 
4iat. Mz^ for nM»t<Mi|^iial iuid 
funniest wwit to Mrs. Vera 
ftown ud Mrs. Agi^s Ak)ri<^ 

A $25 donatkm waa maife to 
the Omar SocieQr in Bi«K»y 
rf a ffbr^r member. ' * 

Films w«« shovra of Easter 
hats mads and w<»n by club 
members at a meeting five j^ears 
a^. Cake and (^ee wa« 
mtvsd. 



Okiucester Scene 
Of Daffodil Show 

GWUaSSI&L -- The Oard^ 
Clid) of GUuiwiiter wlU hold JU 
annial Di^o<U Sfe^rw on Sator- 
day aDd Suiday, Aprfi 4 and B, 
at (Hoaoester High School. Houra 
are from 9 to 9 on Satordb^ mA 
12 to 6 on Sunday. A& matb^T 
gjmms are invited to ^diiM in 
speeiinai snd arrai^Eai|i9nt fctess- 
es. Sdiadute irill la adit qa re- 
qfiif0lL &iMes can be BUKte on 
Friday, tarn 3^90 to 9 and <m 
Sitardi^ morning, fr&to 6:90 to 

urn, 

A loeal ^nunntM grow^ wm 
shoar his usual fine election of 
Uo<Hns, aiKi bidbs m^ be o^ 
dei«d ftff M ptanUttg. The Clkm- 
ou/bee Woman's Chib wffl aerv« 
sairfwWbes, d^i^ and oof£^ 
fridqr, Satardi^ a«i Skmcfaiy. 



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ASK YOUR EYi PHYSICIAN ABOUT 

TRAYLOR OPTICAL CO. 

VIRGINIA BEACH'S <^IY GUILD OPTICIAN 
(Near LInkhorn Park School) 

1369 U»(IN IK>AD - Pi^mWNAL BIDG. 
imiNiaA NACH, VA. 

YOU AAAY LEAVE YCXJR 

PRESCRIPTION AT ANY OF 

OUR WVI LCXATIONS FOR 

DaiVER>^ AT ANY OF OUR 

, LOCATIONS 

coNrr/MTT iiNS siihmri AIM) 
NiAiiiM AID smnce 

AVAM^mE AT VIIWINIA BEACH 



WEDDINGS 

TAYLcm — rniicKLiii 
poirnsi«)UW — •nw ^«l^ 

riitfs ^ lite ibrthlMn ffobte Tiy- 
im 9^ EtamM AqcA Pricker 
toA flace Saturday at 3 p.m. in 
I^rkvlew Ba^Jst Omrch. Tlw 
Hev. Dr. I^conas Powers, paMor 
of the clNirch, pertormed the 
<»remony. 

The bride is (lie dauglrter of 
Mr. an4 Mrs. John Sullivan l^y- 
lor Jr. TIm brid^room is son of 
Mr. and Mrs. MUtard Pilson 
Strickler of Virginia Beadi. 

Mr. Taylor pve hte daughter 
in nuuTiage. Mrs. R. A. Luke of 
€3iesapeake was tiw bride's nui- 
t«» of Iwnor. Bridesmaids ww* 
Miss Susan Wolf of Norfolk and 
Mrs. Olen Griffin. 

Mr. Strickler was his son's best 
nmn. Groomsmen were Stephen 
A. Stricklw of Virginia Bwrch. 
the bridegroom's broOier, and 
R. D. Bancroft of Pompano Beach, 
f^Hida. 

After a reception in the church 
social haU, tl^ couple left for a 
northern wedding trip. They will 
live at 612 Henrico Blvd., Rich- 
mond, Virginia. 

DAVIS — DAVIS 

NORPOUC T- Mijs Carol Ann 
Davis and' Clayton CuUen Davis 
were married Satuiday at 3 p.m. 
in Lafttyette Presbyterian Church. 
The Rev. Dr. Raleigh Engie, 
pa^or of the church, officiated. 

The bride is the, daughter of 
Mrs. Harry Garfield Davis Sr., 
and the late Mr. DaviS. The bride- 
groom's i»rents are Mr. and Mrs. 
James Eklwin Clayton Ihivis of 
Virgtaia Beach. 

!*u*ry Garfield Davis Jr. pve 
his si^ in marrtege. Miss Sus- 
anne Faville was tiie bride's maid 
of honor. Mrs. J. E. Causey Davis 
of Richmond, Miss Pauletta ESlen 
Sawyer and Miss Catherine Ann 
Divis, sister of the bridegroom, 
were bridesmaids. 

Mr. Davis was l^st man for his 
son. Groomsmen were J. E. 
Causey Davis of Richmond, the 
bridegroom's brother; Robert 
KunUer of Virginia Beach; El- 
HMsr Walker of Newport News; 
and ^vnurd Radfeam. 

A re(»pUon yms held in the 
church social hall. After a wed- 
dmg trip, the couple will live at 
611 Pennsylvania Ave. 

GRIGGS—MONTAGUE 

VIRGINIA BEACH— The mar- 
riage of Miss Rebecca Ann 
Gr%pi and Harry Sl^ackleford 
MofltogtK Jr. took place Satur- 
day at nomi in St. Matdiews 
CaUiolic Church. The ceremony 
was performed by the Rev. Har- 
fb M. Finlay, pastor of the 
church. 

The tMride Is a daughter of 
Mr. and Mr*. Waltor Whitehurst 
Griggs of Chesapeake. The bride- 
groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry S^ackleford Montague of 
Hk;k(M7. 

Mr. Griggs giive his dau^ter 
in marriage. Nliss Veronica Ce- 
cela Griggs erf Oiesapeake was 
h^ sistei^s maid of iKMior and 
only attendant. 

Vincent Lee Mtmtague of 
Hk:k(»y was his bnHher's best 
man. Groomsmen were Danny 
Payne and Raymond Rachid. 

A rec^icm was held in the 
home of the bride's parents. 4W7 
Keith Court, Aft«- a wedding trip 
to Daytc^ Beach, Fla., the c^ou- 
ple will live k Great Bridge. 

CARMICHAEL — COULTER 

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Miss 
Jo Lynn Carmidiael became the 
bride of Ens. William Laurence 
D)ulter, USN, Saturday at 4 p.m. 
in the U.|. Naval Academy Qia- 
pel. Cafrt. James E. Reaves, 
Oiaplain Corps, U^^JN, pcrftirmed 
Ac (%remony. 

The bmde is a daughter of 
Cmdr. William Perry Cannichael, 
USN, and Mrs. Carmkhael of 







Mrs. Kilpatrick (left) and 
plans. (Baldwin photo) 

Blrchwood Club 
To Raise funds 

BiRCHWOOD — Mrs. E. W. 
Leamard, president of the Birch- 
wood Garden Club of Vk-ginia 
Beach, announced recently that 
the clubs "Spring Project" will 
be a "Fund Raising Campaign" 
to help maintain and beautify the 
entrance to Birchwood Garctens. 

Mrs. G. G.. 'Kilpatrick, Chair- 
man of Horticulture and Beautifl- 
cation, will be chairman of the 
campaign arrangements. Assisted 
by Mrs. , B, J. Whitehurst and 
Mrs. C. Ci Floyd. 

Since the entrance appearance 
in good condition enhances the 
entire community area, we are 
undertaking this project and will 
ask all residents for their support. 

Af Birchwood Garden Club 
member will contact the readents 
for their donation during the 
week of AjM-il 6-lS. 

If all rodents en(!iu;riairtie^y 
support this campai^, r^ stride 
in beautification beyond the noc» 
esmry maintenance are possible. 

Hie mtt meAing of the Birch- 
wood Garden Club will be held on 
Monday evening, April 6, at the 
honM of Mrs. Alkii F. Hilt, Jr. 

Gue^ speaker will be Mrs. S. 
G. Ireland, who will l^ture and 
demonrtrate the art of "Table 
Settings and Decorsrtions". 



Virginia BeaKh. The Iwidegioom 
is the son of Mrs. Stanley Lyttcn 
Coulter of Badin, N. C, and the 
late Mr. Coult«-. 

Cmdr. .^^rmichael , gave his 
dau^ter in marriage. The bride's 
sister. Miss Susan Carmichael of 
Virginia Beach, was maid of hon- 
or. Bridesmaids were Misses 
Lynda Lee Clary of Homeste«d, 
Fla., Mary Lou Coulter of Badin, 
sister erf the Imdc-groom; and 
Barbara Ann Burch. « 

William Gary Love of Oak 
Ridge, Tenn., was best man. 
Groomsmen were Ens. Paul 
Schleifer of BainbridBc; En.s. 
Richaid Ivan Itkin and Ens. Tim- 
othy Harvey, ,both of Saratoga 
Sprinp, N.Y.; Patrick Arthur 
Mclntvre of Knoxville, Tenn.; 
and Steve Thornton of Oak 
Ridge. ^ 

A reception was held m the 
U. S. Naval Academy Officers' 
Club. The couple will live at 795 
N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 




SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

PRE-EASTER 
SALE 

Large groups of our Spring 

anS cruise merchandise 

3Of0 to Vt Off 

OPm MKMDAY ANO FRIDAY EVENINGS TIL 9 P.M. 



Mrs. Le<Hiard make campaign 



RESUMES 

ttet- ernnmaiMl attmlian to YOU. 
'^•cial attmdM to Sirvkt Pcf> 
■onmL WtHkm* *nMim aai ten- 

$3»3a. ^^ 

NATIONWIDE RESUMES 

218 rMinM MiH. Norfek.Va. 

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OPENING 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL I 

STELL\^S 

BEAUtY 

SALON 

309 1 9Hi ST. JEFFERSON HOTB. SUK^. 

Soft pMtei iccor wHb modern c^ttonmrt aad tk wtfiHwied drjwi. 
Mn. S<«lbi Mui^jr k llw owner. ^ Ins Ind IS ymn iipiilnwn hi 
tb« hmitty prcrfMaimi, inclodtag owacnUp at a fctMty iriM mat 
mem nMMy m toMmctor in a bcaoty me»*mtf. Hak- atyMi af« 
Mtai laas Orit aad Mn. Judy Rcmi. 

APRIL SPECIAL - R^^^MK r«IW 

Evtry 1 0th Name— Free Shampoo and S^ 
Every 25th Name -• Free Perm«n«it Wave 

209 19Hi STREET 4t8.19M 



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GflHDS 

Sunday, March 29 

2*10 Atioidc Avt. 

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304 LaaUa RomI 

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Toghft 
mid anivy • • • 

lAfriiiASKir 

$1.25 and up 



hmjk foil bcMltat pod^od 

with dolMout attortfiwnt 

of &»tor candios. 




VMIfANeNUTiM 

J5 upto $I.2S 

iMdew IrtHt and iwt eaMer^ 
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Vlrciiil« Beach Story 



C^ly the dWil ^^MhftTgfon, D. C and 
^Itimw^ art •n^^ng a grmUm buildir^ 
^on thaniha O^ of Virginia Beach within 
ma Fifth Nc^al Rasarve Distrla. This In* 
cly<^ th# U9^ of Virginia, West Virginia, 



for tha p#l^, Kxrording te ^ l^iftg* 
^ltim<»» is only slightly ^f^ of Virginia 
Nadi with 1 8.2 ft^m. 

While Virginia Beach Is showing the way 
the entire Tideway area is experiencing 



^terth Mid SchjI^ Carbine, Maryland and its greatest building In history. 6y compar- 
the District <^ OalymlHa. i«>n the total for the two-month period for 

The f^i^esaro the total value of boilding Virginia Beach, Norfolk, PortsnKKith and 
its IssiM^ dwring the January - Fds- Chesapeake was $28.8 million as against 

$^ 3. 1 million for a lllce period of a year ago. 
We have always boosted Virginia Beach 
as the "fastwt growing city In the State", 
and npw the latest building figures bear 
this odf. The city ha* a bright future and we 



ryarypM^iMi ^wiough t^ ^jiWers and C<m- 
fractws E^an^. For the peri^ Virginia 
Beach has issued $14,01 9,(»0 In penmits 
Mie 1^ do^tt TW»water city, NorfdMc, 

f as bi* $4,5M,bW fwr #t# g^ 1^1^. , 

Vifgtnia ttadi is f^ tk\9^ W #!» r%st pmdtet that this Is only the beginning 
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iiiv#stlnf In Ameiica 



s ago the Ne# York Stock 1^- stocks, and reinvested all the dividends and 
>tvad its Wk^W^ fn^^atment rights that have accrued over the 10-year 
Man— popularly known as MIP. This w«s a pwiod, his profit wmild run from 15.7 per 
pioneering venture in ev#y resped. IJnid^ tXmf to 69.6 p&r oant, 
it, individuals may buy stocks, on a regulaf C^lng this period there have been sharp 
basis, for sums rangimj frwn $40 every declines as vs^ll as sharp advances. But dur- 
fhree months to $1,0OD a month. The pur- ing the fluctuatloris, the monthly Investor 
fsose, to put It In a quick plraae, was to consisteritly bought more stock. So an aver« 
encourage mwepCMs^ie to Invest in Ameri- age was achieved. 
|an ent«rpi$«, Ari^ MIf* has been enthwsi- There can be no guarantee that any stock 
W W^ nunr^rs of in- will increase. But tm r^ritet, ovm^ the long 
Ind wartti It Is putl, follows the growth and the prosperity 

of the nation. It is the ditect r^ectl<Ni of 
the state of our national mate^l vi^lues. 
And It offers thc^e wJm wl#i to take ad^ 
vantage of It, the ^diance to share in 4he 
nation's progress arki vitality. 

—industrial Newt-Review Servl^ 




' Sylvia P&r^^r, 

Htaimj iifiancial writer, 

Mitt Porf%r ehart«l 

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WQiRHe W«#k-A Worthy Eflort 



pride i 
NATI^^L WltC^IPf WEEK 
" *" abo wm^i^d th« 
araten end! M «tate 
■m this public service. 




c^ wa^r poHutton In our River Basins and 
arch watwways. 
I^#3n»l The Outdwr R«reat»on Re^jutcei Re- 
view Commission was establishwl ty Con- 
gitsi In 1 958. Cwigftts Ar^ed the Com- 
rrtiskten to survey the cwdoor recrawtion 
rifaift of the American p^jle for the next 
4i fiits and re«>mmend action to mwt 
tWlse needs. 

When the ORRRC report was Issued in 

January, 1962, the following sWement 

was made— "All In all, being in the out- 

j-s;-;.. dtoors is a good, wholesome, healthful use 

,^a! V,,' !r<' f« We^ io the past has of leisure tln^. The fact that we live in a 

fmpwtantcwiservetl^ vi«3r1d that moves crisis by crl«s ctoes no^ 

%%'. trm rmtdi to preMrve endanger«3l make a growlrtg interest in <mtdioor activl- 

iuable. wildlife, the lin^oftance ties frivolous* or ample provision for them 

lYJiig wetlands fm watwfowl, tt^ unworthy of the nation's oDncern." * 

ility of fully develcping wildlife and We urge all citlzerjs to become informed 

^■dtrtdoof recreetksJn potentials in public land on outdoor r^reatiwi needs and act not to^ 

jenr»eni he ibatement fMt)vlde fcN" rt»e futUre. 



rery corn- 
rate de^l^ pians hov^to pro- 
li rtn eri^y the 



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^mimH lumm 



m E^tm Miiny will be to^tof ttiraugh in a fewf days. 
>.iA| and tender, I was tdd that I could make a wish 
come true, if 1 had food tbou^ts while placing 
tiy Easter haiket dttlikfe Hie Ho&i 6^. It is 
probably true that I haven't had a food th<Night 
tor some time oow, bat pertiaps the Bu^y k 
fedilig extra good diis year and will cnwikxdc n^ 
behavMr aivl grant me a Cew requests. Here goes. 
flease, ¥kf. Butmy, lift't Have a sdM iMath oi 
oewsfNqpers, foaganocs, newscasts, tmmi^ btvad- 
casts, without aofliething concerning Buiton and 
Taylor. £xcuse me! 1 meas tiie Burtow. I uad^- 
staiMl tiMty have sllppad away widi on^ a few 
hundred close friends and said their vows. I will 
g^^. rrfraifl from the obvious comment abwt this being 
Mnkti otmn the grmtest anti-climax since the anaounc^m^t 
ffcat I.BJ was from Texas. 

I'd like my ImsIdh to cuntam a promise thiat the dani^ wifl 
wearfflg bocAi, alacin, heavy coat ,- short haircu««^ wMe Mtt, 
stockings, heavy nerfume. pancake malic-up, purpte eye 
sueaks in their hair, curlers at tmg time of day or nu^t, 
nail perish, bulky sw^ters. pointed shoes, and aU Mfaerbits 
snt dtat make them look other than what they are. Til ^ 
IJhay'U just ^sralk about lookiltg al female as^sibto tM 
tfiat even a etSie whh a nteety percent sij^ loss cab tefc 
f're women at a distance of three hundred yai^. 

" I hope Mr. Bena, the new manager di^ Yank^ 

' his wildest (beams. 1 consider his ^iwlnrtieiBt 

as manager c4 the Bombers Hie most signifjcant brei^^nNi^ in 

I motto tiaiory. Skocte I have ito wsi e v i d koolat^ afl typiM, 

Ytym lf«! ttaclNWome a legend in ais fatl year, aiM tite wascm 

y Beira follows in a direct line from fi^ atku- 

Mr. Steq^t wlio ja pceieaUy stmggUiC with that 

^ tm. I wi4i them the most We've Mou^ rtuflN 

What ^e need are OKWt and oKwe mo^mm 



ss Opening 
Iniunulce Office 

DumM I. t^mvm announces 
tile <^wttui ^ diii ' ^nald I. 
Kntte« teartnw Agency, rep- 
nanj^ Tte ft««eters bsur- 
mm (Sttttpany, (tee llito Pfa^ 

Ifr. ^j^^ess is a ni^ve of N<»<- 
Mk'ami now rewHs at Virginia 
Bai^. Vlrginii. He has had sev- 
anl y^ffs en^rtence in t!b$ in* 
auMttce tim, botii as a daims ad> 
Jtute* md as a u^ repreaer^- 
Hve. Mr. f%i^en im hrmAy 
memmA with 0<x>dnum-S<^Ea^ 
HopA tas. Corp. 




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FUNERALS 




JNH STMiLlY 

\«aiNIA BEAOT — tmm R. 
&ai^y, truck and In^^ iaaia- 
ager fttr Emifm foi^, be., wUl 
be unttig the W sal^men in 
the Ridmumd ford fMxki to 
be torwred at a tenquet Mdhdi^ 
al tte Gokka Trumgle tor "o\A- 
itaMng sdes p^onnance dur- 
ing 1968." 

Stai^ will be one of only four 
men to leoelw the Top VMbu 
•waitt which is pr^i^ an- 
aiul^ t« ym than two pw^ceirt of 
iie mto's fosd dealeniiip 
salesmen. 

A Mtive of WHi^tui, D.C., 
SteOsf hM him MSaeMed wltti 
fiiutee for ttt paat Ivm and t 
half yaars. Prior to that he wtu 
wlitti S»rs. He is a gr^ai4e of 
Gaft Carolina College «mI wm m 
oiiManAing roeiriMr of Hm 
KimVu foMbaU teun. 

ife is a mamlKr of the Vir- 
^biia Beicto Ucm Ota^ Shs 
Lod^, d^mliai' of C^MttnMKe, 
CoiMci Club, ^rts Club ai»l 
deUfee l^c^ Church. 

^ttdey ffe^dei witt his wife, 
^ fonnM' Ibxine Mo««, and 
tiielr Oirae iMUEea at 1921 
BtMe Avenua. V&qi(lftta Bea^. 

Mrs. Pottar It 
Club Hoitlts 

HILLTOP — The Cardinnl 
GanJen Oub held its March 
mating at the Iwme d Mrs. 
Oo^n Pewter c« Laskhi Road. 
Mrs. JcAn Field, the president, 
presided. The mwn^rs of the 
club broi^t s{^cimens of ca- 
meHas, joiMiuils and (Mher flowers 
UocMnhig at this time.' 

^trs. Robert Falrchild ta-ougW 
her colbcAi(Mi of fruit made df 
Alabaster and Marble, and 
bott^t tn Italy.' U was most in- 
teresting to see bmr many dif- 
f^nt arranptnents could be 
made using im Alabaster fnits 

Th^ chA win toor Ae Norfolk 
Aiatea Oanli^i in April afer a 
rixMl busines meetint at the 
tnme of Mrs. Reeves Jimnson on 
Cardinal Road. 

AHNE POWELL IN . 
atdRALE PERFORMAKCE 

HARtFDRD, Conn. — Miss 
Anne Powtll oi Vitfinia Beach 
will be anwig the, 37 studtnls of 
Haftt Coll^ of Music of the 
Univertity «f Htttford compos- 
ing the Hartt OKvmle to perform 
in a $|Kcial im^jmrn April 1. 

ITw Choralte will p«sem a 
(»opsHn of two rpusically Impor- 
tant woiics in Millard Auditorium 
M the Univenity CMn|Mis. 

Miss Pw^ell is a maduate of 
Priwwss Amao H^ School and 
b the dau^ter (rf Mr, and Mrs. 
William Foweli d Virginia 
Beach. 



WM.TIft ^- MaNMiNO 
\«<^«A ffllAf Wttter 

L. Mmiin^ M. 7B4 B. SpKTOw 
M«ri <M atMK^ M lom tin. 
in a Nftrf »» ho^al. He was « 
mtiw ^ I^MtHiMMi and ttfri to 
Virginia imA mm bf Ms Kft. 
ffe was I VMM ^mmn of Nor- 

Ift wis a MB of S.P.T. Mi^v 
and Ifn. Chttm Jahe IMon 
MiMtf, tttvm^ Mitart of 
Ml. Cnma B. Manntet tM a 

iiwmber of Commonlty MMi^M 
Chttfch. 

BMdb m iHfa. ht is Airvtved 
by a dsafH^, Mrs. D. O. Thomai 

WaMsr D. Mttalng aftd aaie L. 
Manning ot VlrgiBia BmA; twa 
i^ent, Mitt Mm^ A. IttinMi^ 
ttd Mn. AglM Barry ef iMorMlk; 
twiT giviHkhiMrm taai thnM 

^ tte M# WM Mfmi to SmU 
hqpi f\iMMnd ffome, nlMm a fa- 
nemliMwte wuan^MMl^m* 
<^ at £2:90 p.nL by ^ ^v. 
^hn L. KMsr. BtinU wM<in Oik 
drove (kms^ry. 



MRS. ELSIE MUUI MCKfR 

VKG&IJA MIACH — Mrs. 
lasie Mte BUetar, 72, wtdow of 
^irence J. Bedter and ^uj^r 
^ WUiMn a airi Mrs. C^rrM 
Me^ indte, «tf hi a No^lk 
hos^ SaCarday ^ IM f .as. 

Mn. ^dmf] a mttve el ^m- 
merviUe, Mtais., iivMl te ttie Vis- 
ginia Bmcto area 41 j^uit: 
<lte is ^torviv^J^ a dn^Aer. 
mt. Ida C Cidl (rf rati l4nde^ 
(Me, Wk.; « ao^ OmAu H. Back- 
er of Vifgiiya Beadi; sis gMsd- 
childran and two §ntft grind- 
children. 

A fune*^ an-vioe wfes mfoAvtdi^ 
^ M lloUom(»-ftY)wn ftmeial 
lioflMs Ttesdbiy i^ 2 p.m. Burial 
wtt to AtUsfgbm Nationid C^na- 
iMy. 

CURTIS 0.iANt 

\1IK»1N1A BEACH — CurtU 
Digp Irnim, 12, of 9117 Yealas 
tanes <tted at hb bona f^iMay 
after a loagltaas. 

A native of I^ocfolk, he liv«i| 
Iwre 10 ymi. )fe wM a ateitfe- 
^ade itaidrat at Kiss's Giant 
Btemratiu^ School and a menAer 
<tf Potsidry intbodM anoch. 
ife wasa aoa ^9smm awl Mrs. 
Virginia Diggs lam. 

BsMm 1^ pwM^ be ia sur- 
vivad \ii mlaimm, Amm <W. 
Lime of Viiginki BeHft; his ma- 
tttrml ffa]K|pamnts, Mr. and M^ 
^ite W. D^s of Viiifiala 
Beaek; aad fa^ iMrtemal ^ind- 
pafeMs, iir, and Mrs. atdteptan 

A fiiMi^ aend^ «m eon* 
dui^ed Moa^ at 2 pm. in the 
Smmlt Pun»al llon». BsMi 
was to {^incess Amie Manorial 
i^k. The taoMy haa saMfialad 
that meinMuM ^ ^ to the tem 
<rf dmuitMim to tiie Heart FuwI. 



HARRY 0. BARMeS 

n^^MjK — mm o*^*" 

Barnes, TO, husitond of Mn. ^r- 
tM Clin Barnes and swi of John 
Anthony aiM Mrs. ^ne Bstten 
mnm, mi to a IN^pttio 9mAi, 
fk.. tm0$l FrWay at 7:11 a.m. 

A niive <rf Wnwss Aniw 
0^^, he ^ed it Pwsomo 
BmA awl Kn^s I^nd, N.C., 
lOywffs, 

He was a nwm* r. of Attwrtlc 
J^sonic l4>4pe 2. f1« rMr^ ffmn 
S^ft ft Co. to IMO as puw^MRT 
for m tmm of W^x ^mm- 
sylviuia and MaryMM after SO 
years. 

Boides his widow. M a mp- 
vn%d by a mm, Ms. J C. Mil- 
bon tf Vlit^ ^iA: ttalie 
n^«i. Wrt Ifopli \<^nMns of 
Knottj lihnd and Mr«. W. S. Had- 
ley Jr. and Iftss Shiitey MM^n of 
Vtt!^a AbMi: mad fcttr l^Mws 
W. ft MdbM af OiiiiatMitite, 
R. B. Gattr of SanfMHl, N.C., J. B. 
G^r ef Oann#. tM., and J. S. 
^Ttm tt, of VM^ Mand. 

Ttu ^My was tatear Io flolto- 
mon-ft'owa Ftmtal H^» for 
stivtcai ildwtay. 



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MRS. MARY S. BARLY 

VamNtA mAm — Mrs. 
Muy Saoer ad%, SI, died at ^r 
h«ne. 3917 ft)^ Road, i^^t^as 
Anne Pfatsa, S^i^ eften^ 
aRer a long iOnesa. 

A native of IMymy, N.C., ^ 
Uwd h^« titfee y^oa. Hie inn 
a dMghter of &» Hev. l^onnte 
Se»er and Mis. Minale Roaa ^w- 
er of Murirmbwo, N .C. Sba ma 
a retired sacratery ef Ptanmis, 
"V^hy l^eai^hip Co. and a mna- 
b«r of OoMvay, fflC.) Baptttt 
<%unA. 

B^^t ber ptfants, Ae 4i ila^ 
vived 1^ b^ Im/bmA, Jotai T. 
I^y; a tm, Oapt lx>nnie Saoar 
SMth ef Wli^se^oro; and a irtep^ 
aoB, i^dnd Staae Geurly ^ Vir 
^^^a BiMh. 

fhB bo^, ttkan Id Itaikde f^- 
nmi Hone, was aeiit «a the W. J. 
BL IMkuKi 4 ^na Faneral 
ifome, ifcyfiaaabara, lor a lua^ 
al asfvioe airt baMd. 



Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griggs of Oomu imilingly mc^ a $550 
dianwnd ring frwn Ckwg^ Hardy of S. D. Hardy Jeweters, Mis. 
C3ri|^ Md the wtoniiv cham^ m te rtog wUch was i^fo to 
i«tte l^ndi tm an (^^eratii^ uUe for the new G^ieral i^mfttii of 
Vrginia Beach. Tte pw^. orpml^ by Mrs. R^ Wvette, 
tKO^t to $1400. <B(rfce phcrto) 




NATIVE 



DIRECTS 'dUROUSEL' 

Hie ^tew SnsEla^ aeacoart , VeaPlf the Jamestown fVMndto 



GEORGE W. SYiR 

V^JIMI'^ KAOi — Owlge 
Watts Sy«r, BB, dM l^ldQr to a 
PortMaorth toljplM. 

A mixw of F^rtenxN^, be 
lived to tlUs ar» iA Ml MIe. 

He WIS a ted aittte t^triter in 
Vir^nia BMch and a mmb& ef 
^siMto Shaie Oafiel. 
' %h ^H9M t wm of Mrs. Qmcs 
m^ ^>er and Urn Ms Ch^es 
a^ and ^ hoAaad of Mrs. 
Ana l^^obsot Bgrn, 

BfUdw Us wife aad nraOer, 
he is »t9ima ^ Mve dMUMci, 
Ms. Hi^wood Sdsnmdion IV <rf 
WSM. N.C., and IM. Wittttm 
R. S. SeaCott Jr. of RiehAKtod; a 
sMter. Ifrs. Gett^ H. t«wis <d 
P|tertt«jq[; two brothers, Ch«te 
S^ Ir. and L. Cna^»d %ar <^ 
Vui^ua B^K:h; and tfo gMad- 
(^kNn. 

Tte body an* W;«i to Snail- 
i^s Fu^ital Honn. A j^uoMti 
awvte tMis conducted Monday at 
11 aja. in Cechu- Hill C^acls^, 
^^C by ^ Rot. SMi^ 
&m<lefs of Eastern &m% Chapel 
anl the ^ Rev. William A, 
Brown, retired hislK^ of the 
E^pis»pal Dio<^ of Southern 



MRS. DAISY uimom 

NORrOUK — Mn. Wm Ken- 
nedy aimmoM, as. of 601 W. 
2»h it, w^ow ol Ctiti. mmt 
M. Siamotts ami dai^iA^ el 
Capt. Geoige and Wk. Anm l^- 
Iot IfennttHy, a mittm of lUvar- 
ton, ]ftl., ixA a leddoot of rau*- 
foUE-M^ yaar% d^ to « Vk^ia 
Baaib iMpAtf Taeadaibat 12:10 
pjn. 

She wiM a men^)er of Purk 
PhH^i B«^ (Mreh. 

^uidv^ axa a duii^r, Mia. 
Peiry )R. Koin^py of Cbem- 
peake; a son, immi £. Stoamara 
of Vlrgtois tei^; two siabua, 
Mi^. WirmA h. ftrown, of Rich- 
mmd siid Mrs. lAu^ Hc^ee of 
^n^A^gtaa. IM.; six ^md^l- 
<lren and four gr^t grandtM- 
dm. 

A funeral sen^ wiU.be ^i- 
duoMMI to iwell A iMOUbSlm f^- 
nwal Hone tekU^ at 2 p.m. by 
m 9t09^Xk^6m % K^r of 
Parte Vimt ^e^ Churtm mA 
I^. flbnry W. Tiftai^, psitor 
eflseii^ of Pait Ptadi <%uitdL 
^rial wM be to Cete Critive 
OttNStery. 

m& mm c c^iiay 

MAlRj — Mrs. Ruth Oris- 
#rfd Caftetty, 7^ 6f 432 Peli- 
cah Lane, MaJibu died Sunday at 
S:2(3 p m. to Ym Iwnte. 

A irative of C^dair R^tMt. 
Ib^ she WM a daigfei^ HF Al- 
bert M. and Mh. Anm Smedtey 
Gtis>^-old. She was a member of 
Central ^rk Presbyterian 
Qiurch, Odar Rapids. 

She is wrviv@l by a daughter, 
Mrs. Jao^ fi. fofein <rf Virgtoia 
B^ich; an^ Arm jpwudchiidrcn. 

Tlie body was sent from Sinii- 
Idte FuBend Hohk to TuitKr 
Funeral Home^ Qcdu l^tds Ux 
a fuaoal service and burtol. 



Smla^ 
setOng of <te mmksA "C^^sd" 
to a 1g^ itay Iron Mi^mm. Bvt 
the de^ «nM ft where t^ c^ 
rem of l^ector Chaxfes "Ctoick" 
OUvar stoMsd. Off to cdk^ 
fnm Us Usam town of Troy, 
Alabama, Mr. (Hlver was major- 
log to history w^Mn he was m- 
cooiaged to toy for a musiod 
acMuih^ triUdi WM beiig of- 
tead. b a toattar M weeks, he 
wm oMRhed and t«rtoc«d to a 
varied repeitoire tm lAe ecHn- 
patftive aadttioia, and aadhed off 
wittL^ aclKtei^p. ilusic tou 
bees faistar^r iifver ^uBt. 

finmedii^ly <rat of cdlle^ 
Mr. Olivfer went on to ^ mu«- 
cal hub of tl» country, b study 
In New York. A ^ott time later 
a i^m in the Marines (taring the 
Korean Wi firtt bmigbt htoi to 
the Norfott: Sras. W^ Itatimied 
here ^ ttoit tinlB be i^^ to- 
ca% atol asaitt 8ifloiamto<il 
chni^clias. 

After fuUiUing his military 
duly, Mr. (mw rattnwd to New 
Yoit, whoe fee elftitaMd a ba- 
^m imaiM dagriie at €%>lumbia, 
wi^ Mb eareer as ^Qgtog artist 
coMnwd lb 9ow teid expand 
imoii^a ^leettei. in aiditton to 
his New York ear^, he has 
loured the country namy tto!^ is 
soloist as mtM as wM ^oemUes 
and^ e^rates. Aiwmg them the 
Robek Slaw Ch<»itle, Heit Suto- 
er*! 'I^ois AmerfcaM" witt 
Gi^ov I^Mifa, ^ Karhrud 
ClMrale, a Symr stmt on the 
P«*y JDow Bbmr, the Htt fth 
rade, MMUg tefltoae -Ma the 
AnMrioto Barnyards and Pundi 
Opwa and tei^al appevanees m 

wMer and aaoirtto- naok to fM- 
^meodk i^MBto and Manmelitt, 
Ml. Ha WIS to the ^MBtog pra. 
du<Aion of ^ new CdcuMt 
On^re W a ifte i l iw? to Fforida and 
«oriad CMMa *Miii ^ ^«^. 

Wbw iiB waa htrad lior iM n^ 
of St(aeiMl AidtoM to "flia 
OaUaftia^'V m Virt CNa^ 
nni^eia M^umt to hsnur of ^f^ 
^nia*i Sm CoBBnantoMMhe 



Mr. Oliver cane on^ apin to 
TMewatar. Ail^ the cl^te^ of 
"fim Cuifeder»7" bis caie^ 
took him back noith agsto, biA 
atoce IBM be has biMi toting 
ftiB iKtow at Vk|^ Beieli, l^y. 
i^; tor ocautionl toum, but eon- 
trilMttog oMra aitf mnre of hi 
ttne to nni^ locatty. 

BafridM hto popular^ as ^lo 
perfHun^ for p^v^ ffftraps, Mr. 
OUver wu to sonae time a ac^ist 
at iMa&B £^(»9Copti C^uid). Ouf 
m^ Cbonr Oteealor ait ttn Lu* 

banl, smT'' 

OKffale, he also fm^Mm vaiiia pi^ 

vately, and is etomd <ttftMtar at 

tlie Cotmtiy I^y Sch<»l for Girls. 

Ik itts also perfonned ss selolst 

^h the fimMs. S^Wf^^my and 

Chorus. 





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T^ b the nm Ihniw Q^>ini ^i^pty Oent^ locate to Lod^ BrK%e. Tte new buHdi^ 

^i^i^ and constrtoA^ tty J. M. PtAmt, who ate) verv^ at ^esi^nt of tM new turn. The 

~ ~ CMu^ to eveiv ae^ to ttw §mim vnd lawn QM wi# ae^ tM^toer, lawn nKwefs aad 

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LAKE SMITH -- K^ley Clif- 
ton Backus St., 70, rf 1 1 10 SiW- 
sttMie Drive, Lake Smi&, Imh 
baml oi Mrs. iLwulte MiU^ Bifc> 
kiB ami »» of Keelf^ Q. and 
Mrs. Sarah E^nd BkA^ ^d to 
a Norfolk bospftal !&n<by at 
10:20 a.ro. 

A m.^ of Noffolk County, 
j^wts'a Hfelong resldnit of the 
Korfolk-Virgtoia B<m^ aroi, He 
was a member of Haygood Me^ 
odist Church and a rctii^ em- 
ptove of Fond McMr €o«^ny 
with 25 years scrvi«. 

Bespfcs his wife» be is sur- 
vived by a sm^ Itofky C. Badqis 
Jr.. of Virctoh ^idi: a ^u^ 
ter. Mrs. R W. Ek of 0*a^ 
111.; a aster, t^r%, Ella B. Lambert 
of Virginia B^ch; a brSi^ 
W. A. B«:k« of N«folk i^ 
four fonuAM^w. 

A taiHil ^c^ wm' lirtd to 
HoUoncw-Browa Funeral H<^ 
Tws^ U 1 pm. ly ill»1M.1 
t . O. Lq^ fc. pirW wU be to 
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Lmmo, Ucnyi; KcmpiiriUe wd^ 

fojK^t Anne lii<%et League, 

imenMdM)e."A" LngW, Thai* 
to HtiHa: Intannediats "B" 
Lea^w^ Diunood ^rii^r, liri«r- 
inedlKte "C" League, Alanton. 

4ui^ "A" tiei^e, Aragona; 
Mni«r "S" League, OreenviMi; 
Senior League, Kempoville; Te«i 
GirU, An^Mta Ang^s; Bfen's 
League, Oox'f T.V. 



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Picttir^ at tte Ameikan Little Le^ue registration are Tim 
Nixoo andf is fa^r, W. A. Nixon and League Secretary Mrs. 
NeUMiUtikws. League try-outs will be held Saturday at Virginia 
BniA ttti^ Scbool (weamer permitting) ami boys who have not 
registered may do so at that time They arc asked to ^ing a pMcnt 
and biith €«rtiflcate. (Almond Plioto) 



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A BEAUimJL LIGHTWElGNt I'^lffWM.E THAt BLENDS 
PtRFECTLY WITH ANf oeC<^R PtUS NATIONWIDE 
FACTORY SERVICE kf frJ^ tHAR^. 

"WE SEli # ^VtCE If' 

BEACH TV SERVOS 

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eUttntn fife iixeper itanea and 
l«U m)tttio& jmtr to tin ap- 
wroaea «id awtac. Aa the an* 
prM(3i ilar^ tteMdl ahosM M 

aUow«d to tsUow a iJataral^eai^ 
dttlwa awiiv &mn,}m± aM 
forward islo tba zelMuifc 
bMkiwinf ahoold follolr a^ 
ural eourae and Aoold iM>t . 
foK»d teto ezetfiiTe lMi|^ A 
iaw praetim iMiifflia win eum- 
inato tha dM[^..a«d ahos^- 
Ush staitioc .io«#i wldcb 
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M 7^ p.m. 

Boys ai« eligible tiiat live %^- 
Ifi boundtfy ftf Hat Street Not^, 
Camp PtDdle^n Soutti, t»d little 
Neck Creek We^, a^ who are 6 
through 12 years of age. 

Boys sh<mld be a<%om{«Rled taf 
a {laivnt er paK»tt and fumi^ 
a bii^ certificate or prM>f of 

—■'.-' 1 !iai W 'UPi* I II i n I " II 1^ M *-* > < ■■■ J ■ ■ . — 

Final Cia|;e iimnn 
Played For '64 

Teams in the basketball kague 
8iK)nsored by the Virginia Beach 
R e c reaUon I>8partment have 
played tWir final fflutws for Ihe 
1964 aeMon. Ilu^ee teams, all 
from the C&K recreational dis- 
trict, had undefeated teucm. 
the» iteams were iie Junior 
Low iwys, Junior Hi^ boyf, and 
the Elementary girte. Bayslde *m 
'tl» l^der in the mldg^ lea^. 
Tlie Sestack Sr. Itevitettes we* 
tlw champions In the high grts 
league, and the championflhip in 
the St. Wf^ boyf lei^jiue was won 
by Bey^le. 

Volleyball Takes 
April Spotlight 

A series of voUeytall games 
for boya and girls to be spoMKMred 
by ^ Vir^nia Bei«h Recreation 
Beps^isaisA is planned for ttie 
niontii of April. 

THe games are lAeduled to be 
I^ed on ^uittays in the gym- 
nasium at Union I^m^ilte Ifigh 
Scbool beginning at 12 noon and 
ending at 4 p.m< CknnmuiAief 
and co&ches detdltnu of entertog 
teami may do so 1^ ccmtiacting 
the recreation office al UiAm 
KempawUe, 497^282. 

If you'ref lucky enouj^ to grt 
an income itox I'efund—De aflSSl 
sM^gb to get U in. U.S. Savinp 
Bonds! You'U be inv^ing in 
your financial ftitere. And ytm% 
Itelp ^»ep freedom in your ft^re 
wiien m ¥^ yibuf %ediM m 
refund In Mfe, sure U.S. StvlnH 
Bondi. 



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Little dla^ ttooaa Lodgi lili 
of Viifiok ^»ch; J. C Haana, 
tenloi* ChioMv if, C 
pi^lMbU Ail 
Chureh; TOurfiteAlwi, 
f\)rd. 

Opening game of IM4 
is May 23pl at ^ pjn., 

RpSdiM. 
VoIunla@« aj« urfeatfy naidtf 

to 3MA ta ^ ^n^on ol Am 
league for tlw llA4 sesi^, 
one tettt^eMid ]A^ie 
registrMion. 






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riiir^ you W(»ll 
end nMd. S<iv« for 
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i«l«ctiv» irialer a^ila. 
suceaarful loo^r Mapw at ttaf i 
Onoit dMng the pM umi^ 
Mr. Jin Aiyd <^i^eM « ylii^ 

IXmrta d^taiMng tkitm 4ta» in 
tfaafiato.rtyte^tW jM'to 

nHtti kagBt fhy tatuwii gMb 
airi bira 
At sraupKUBe puaaraaii na 

been Oii InAtt apart AirtiV iHe 
winter wMh league play flMMND 
g»di levels, on lift fMfe We 
1^ Mrs. H^'^ soito i»l4t 
fbnt with Ifr. BmvMf's rikm il^ 
dud. The abtt inMi laH^ >Mt 
W(M 1^ Hr. Sttfiau^ii^b'a' iMHH 
ftdtotffed liy Rr. O^nrhr'a Mn* 
1%fl)» wHa m tHMl flipflri* 
the two teBg»i wttk <ht <^m 
iiiiigfcrt iwl AM tb« 1^ 

Fby^ound. 




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Troy Vai^t (ri^t) of UWferwatw D«n. tttm 22 bU^ 
Landing Force Training Unit's Eari Guy wi^ hard body paodtes 
in die first roiffld of their fight, part of an 1 1-Nit c«d Md at 
Little Cw<* Eriday night Vau^t was awarded a,iM^(aImai# 
dksciiion but bc«h men were clsiosea to repr^cftt ti» Aro^a>»«s 
Force in the AtlantK Fleet Boxing toumMneflt be^tag AprilJi, 
Vatq^ wttl compete in the 137 lb. class and Guy will l^t in tfte 
148 R>. divS^on. (Navy photo) 



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AfAMKY 
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FAMKY DPflNG B ALWAYS A MA||^ ftBtt ^ 
•KEAKFASr, UA«DH AND Mra^tat 

(CHUm't MtioH AvaibMB) 

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"Mm Is Expression 
Of Gsil Ob Earth" 



Mr i^taiMdM kM nkmi to 

ftewlind li « li^ppe iwre Tfaira- 
«i^ HmA It. 

*Tto iMw; poifOM tf nta if 
IB ta^iM Goi,*' te 4edmd. 
"nil ii lii ream lor tata«. At 
#1 MMifttf Oti MeaiMi 0etf^ 
te to w. (h» rmoTi f w our «xiit- 

««A Av Milt «■! «B«i (ht 

ikMu» kit Mlf imwff . 
iMtti Mi ntf^^ en wm^ 



Wt. Goifitt, • iiil*n> of The 
mtUtm mmm BoM ^ Ue- 

Mgh Mietf tu^hirtam. ^ wts 
Mwiaw d to tt» ^tttMs ^ 
Ms. iilQi Y. maUMioe. ffim 

^ wMA mtmaoA UN 
toelsf*. 

Ife. OonvQ b«|M by nktm 
•COM q n m UoB i: '^^ «• ymtf 
Wtev M yw COM tnmt WhU 
is vmir parpoM and dHQiiy?" 

Wlwtnw «MPm «c fHm, tliv 

r^tie #N0ll)r to our warn o( 

nilDBiiMit," he nid tnd "Ui^ 

<MMntM our octiow la tmiMn 

■odilr nd our tltitudo toibrd 



to te fining of t 'tnic v^w of 

"i^ coMc^ of naa a • snl«> 
trride itzwor, tainod of ttM diMt 
of ttit iptMnd, wauM ^ n t 
aiOitone tiouAd ttt nodes of 
tfMMt who acc^ it,** the tocturar 
.j0t^. "ftH ttM idN Of nan «s 
m oMM of (3od, ttt oflkpi^ 
of ^riiit, has Mt tf)« opposMe 
Ubai«iii« offaet. It owaas-siii to 
dnv tmor oml lt«v«a (iw tettvM* 
ual free from atavwy to iMd 




sve 
ly ow ^ikm of 

vImv tf i^Hb or fli apMtaHl sifwr. 
*% OritikB Mmm hv Imm 
an ted itea etittai aiitf f^ 
«n MA," tta ketuiw dadnofl. 
It to diiMi f^owe toat ^Dam 

MHr M[«» «nlttHt 3«tf ^M(^. 
tad unfoUa tl» «nM iodMdutUty 

This aaamr is faoaad flmlyoa 
tw BiUa» ho aalit. 'Yiara n* ttsd 
iMt God it iBfinito food, pore 
>plht, tho ona graot cmmo aad 
raalor of all real teing . We on 
^^ to imoir Qo4 vt ^rim 
e radwr oodliaite ^ 



tfco loetonr quotod tM p«a- 
afi from tha wrltt^ of IfiiY 
Bafev Iddy (Vuliy of Good. p.«): 
"SooMr «r Me- the whde tw- 
nln i»oa win Itore that, to pfo- 
poitim at tiM 99U«ai adftMwd of 
God to undnstood, the human na- 
Hire will ba iwMvaA^, tad man 
iriB native a ^^ aalfteod. da- 
rivtd it^ God. and Hm lodai^ 
ti« of moftala from tin. aMnoo^ 
tad daaift h» oalaldMiad m ev«r* 
Mtag ^idaOma." 

- - - — ■-' 

Booklet Available 
To War One Vets 

HoaorriUy dtodiai^ Veterans 
i9ho sarvod ia W«!id "Wtt I we 
ncpMilad to Mid ttwir nam» 
«iid tddNaaaa to W. Glenn tm- 
oH, *W^^to Oipartamit Adiutont 

Vir^Bto, tor a wnh ^ ^ 
mm ravtotd tAgisUAive Progrtun 
of tta VftoraiM of WorM War 1 

^artMod 1^ Con^eaa July 18, 
IMB, tha otffi^iatlw i# pladpd 
to look altir te taMwat of iia 
raoiiliiiiig WwM Ww I iVtttini 
and tfatir widowi, thare no <^ 
M.0OO now U^ ta VH^ria wt 
of almost lOQ^ ^^ taw anr* 
vice in thto Country and In 
fimm, in 19!f and Mid. 




SERVICE PALS JOIN HANDS 




BIhto clearly states that 
ift tha insafetud 
Gad," Ika noted, tad 
of «a has thstt apiriaal 
iflii<^ is tha ptraact 
•f God, as his true 

lipaa of tiria hi^wr self- 
«m tha wty for tho in- 
to hting out tha 4|uaU- 
■ite," Hr Cor- 

-" >»f0QBts of 
ibidual's' 



Aa mUvrf naA « foimar Mu^ 
!sa offlMT, €dr. iMmtsOm L. 

Hutirldi and Major Dwata fftoc) 
Wtoe, tf« tiM pr^idp^ In 17^. 
Itatgafa OOh Inc., -whkft t>penOd 
rai^ki^ at 913 W. 21tt St., 
HmMk. 

nie oeipa^iHeB datli in ftnt, 
serond md Mrd motaMea, v^ 
in^istrW a^ e<wunM^ tons 
on real estete, olering Iwa to 
the mUMaJy vaA dvlUns. 

Wise, who ia prerident, and 
HaoH^ an «MffRtlc ^ce ima> 
idwA w^ «ft Inaurmce aideUne, 
have had a lot in ooiunon, de- 
spite tho A«t 4h^ i9ioaa sepMtte 
ouoara. 

loth are ^tte and koth fot 
«i^ m^ ^lintag at I^naaoda. 

Both figured in sonw of (he 
taON m^mmmx^ in t^ Padte. 

loCh awntod Norf oHt mw ^to. 

As ibmri^ who ^ 4i ex- 
plained it, meaiy^ tha Nwy, 
m soflMWd 1^ Two Jliai. 

•nros," wtarttod Wtoe. who is 
fov yetii ^iwigu-. "hut we ^le 
libtfhias) ddNarad the tawdeout 
punch." 

Although ootrarted, Wise, who 
is known better as Doc, to wasi- 
deit <rf ti» Mw owpoTitoi. Mun- 
iick to vice ^oaidwt. 

Haierick woars two hite U a 
civflian. He to also genial agent 
for A^&tmf Ufa Inwrwaee Cmn- 



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. workout 

^«» irintHm, ha said. 

(td baoQBtts knows to you, 

- '*»" "* individu^lty 

your ootioos 

ir lite teke on 

.,o.^ ... the devakip- 

ehanoter, the disdpilaa 

out ttfXBi the atttd- 

^ ^^ to your touroe.** 

iMtaA this activity as 

i#in" In God's mw- 

^ jyng off the old intn 

iflg gn the new." 

^ ii lmud to It as *the 

i' rteria^ t/, Individual 

jaoHiig ^1 Olutot is mi 

^MKtocutor event," the 

md. '1t is a vilet af- 

comes in the iaoacBMMl 

.a of sacred prayer." 

\t <tf the results, Mr. Coir^ 

..red, is heiii]lg--heaUng ol 

^ and strrow. sin and pov- 

laBoeaa and daaoard." 

phiaad that *%he eomb^ 

.-. Jhriot ii naturally accom- 

ed by haaBBg tad mfsaari' 

mm, by an awdkeatag fay vd 

-?-*** ** !«■ the ffoodaess of God 

1 this senae otf aonship 

&ot ^it mn to Hm 

xj^ aal ^rii^lHb? wiih 

md wo iM0n to "ex- 

ift flbe liliiitini flitt a 

'« f^Mtar taitew <A Uto 

ie^vo' Md df how one 

wm CTmoteMy h«ded itf • 

•#e prinwtr oaatttka 

htotaue^cM identify 

-'-anr 41 til*" tllM* Imi- 

j; tto^ ^ Ohffto ti wi 

Miu A ^gn^sd <wBMwhwtioa 

:red tor a rettura to Ite Job 

med the healing Mr. Oor> 

ixA-^ healing be aHiMwtod 



THIS ^TUMIAY AT 

CRUMPY'S 

U^ MUSIC 

THE RED COATS 

•t30 TO 11:30 

mmmr speciAuzis m 

• Midous Pit Cc^k^ BARBECUE 
, CI»tCI« HAMIUIHSERS HOT DCfeS 

• ^ACTBOF 

• STEAK SANDWICHK 

WEAIffAST SERVED ANYTIME-a»EN YEAR ROUND 

CRUMPY'S 

Nirmi and ATUNTIC, VA. BEACH, VA. 
N40NI ^MS68 or OA«-^70 



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CLOSED 

Gooil Friday - Mareh 27tli 

Holy Saturiiay - Ubitli 28tli 

REOPEN 7 A.M. 

Meadty - Marcli SOth 

BILL MACDONALb'S 

•IRQNaCK ROJtO 

Vi. Beaeh Lyaber & Supply Co. 

"UmAmr uhA Hfmmod cat 




Omi SATUI^MrS - ALL HAY 
HAROWARE-«Unj>INO MATERIALS 



pnqr^ wt^ i»% cmnam u a 
colii^ i^eittddBf. 

Tha two of f io«i pkm to mnm 
not ^ ttto fns^ aiM, M, 
maUk eailHB ftath Onatta as 
w«A. 



Hanrick, a i^ve of 
^«w up ia MisaMp^ lAmm tia 
had attaodid Mte SMe ttaditf 
OoU^ two yens wtan bo o»> 
torsd ttia Mivy. 

Cdr. fiMiridfa teat duty 
was ^hniniatzative (^kar ^ tha 
Air Stetton wh«« he apMt ^ 
montla. 

Ha m^bmA em ftovy ia IMl, 
i«oeiv«l Ms fi^ ttUatai at 
f^nMMxria, and wuit wi to la ^ 
vera^d a career in war and 
peace m ywH find anywhne. 

Commandtt' itomick has 
aerved in vari<Hu aqusdn^ in- 
dud^ HeUeoptor Untts and <m 
the eaiTtors iba^w. ftinkor Hill, 
&sex, Xaanatfa and Midway. 

Hto aqu«dron won ^ ftaai- 
denlitf Unit Citaten twtoa iHiito 
serving wiOi^ Carrier Air Group 
rour M ftieeutivrf 0^»r of Tor- 
pedo (Squadron) four ia the 
Bunker HUl and 



Mr. itaurick wm awMded te 
Pktt^p^ted ftfh« Ctmb tix^, 
Urn Om Mae ftr Ms <» an en- 
wa dM^oyw Artng an ^ 
stift^ Md Hbt aaemd ttaie for 
toajBl • iti^ V^9 on Tokyo 
til nmuy, 1MB, Thf group 
da^aared en«^ latestitol s^ 
and dmt& fn^sHm. 

te atoo holds Ibur Air Mattto 
&m wwe awarded du^g 31 
air sMhas oaMte by CAXH wIMi 
oaMad toe Mt Gr«9 w^ sUi- 
lag app»»imol^ 9^M l^e of 
enemy shippta^ dintgNE 
301.^0 teas todad^ one eroto^ 
er. Id dasteoyai^ awwd^bKyar 



Ctoaitmber-<eor Itte patldrat 
eaid, "AA notSiAat your Mosby 
can do tor you, but ralbar, ask 
what you can A> fiff yew oomi- 
tiy." YOU can do somotMmt tm 
your couirtry— «d your fi|mlly, 
too— ^hen you invest regidarly in 
United Savings Bonds, fnaure the 
growth <rfyoar moMy wbtta you 
he^ aaaire tiM fre«toni oi oar 
couiAry. &iy and Md United 
atetaa Baviags Bonte 



et^t^ §7 ^KTd^ wHato fid 
mmefMu aauQ ^aft ^Nr mnk 
or daMMad. to Mdl^ to tte 
two DV^ tM km mUMk 
tte CcmmK^K w^rs ntoe ^m- 
p^ Hedib. 

Wia^ who aas bom ta Stem 
i^te, Iowa, ¥ns It w9m he be- 
an fl^ tmining at ^ans^a. 
m h§md to the Iwo Ana and 
Mitoawa landtaga mad vras with 
tiie ocrapatiwi fw^a in Jqpan 
tx ntea mmtos. IBs tet ^^y 
WM wM the fleet Mai^ f^ffce, 
Attontie, birt be tea a^vod at 
mrioua stai^ tkng toe But 
and WMi Coasts vaA i»betwe«i. 

One of Wtae's viore lAtfMttog 
artpMaMte tras m TittaVMfic 
Transput Plane Ckmmoder, 
DC4 t3^ trmt imUS. 

tkm two men mM tlvMigh mu- 
tatf l^ada. 

Itoiwkk, who married the for- 
mer LueiBe Bkxana* of Oc^an 
View in 194S, fatt laa tiiil^en. 
He reMM at Virginia Beach. 

Wise, who married te fomet 
Denote Alto Rhota, of !N»ts- 
moulh, to 1944, 1ms toree ^1- 
^mt. fto llmi in C^taieUa SiMres. 




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AUTHORIZED WWSW)W« OJNTRAaORs 
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BUDGET ADVERTISEMENT 



Cti^ of Vliftnta Seack, Vi 



'rqinia 



BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 



GOMMIlNCmG JULY 1, 1M4 



C 



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ym^f< BEACH Sun-W*w^, Tliursday, March 26, 1964 



tt^f^A 



MNOTIM 



This budget syrK^lt it pf»par«d arti jsublishtd f©r irtfefrtwtiCMi and fllfeal planning purposes only. The 
ncluskm Ih tNi bu^tt of atiy Iftm 0t item's cbei h<^ const Itwfe i h iMl^itiGn or rtifnrtirttnnent on the part of the Council 
of the Ctty of Virginia teadi to appropriate any funds for that Item m ^tf:^. th« b^get has been prepared on the 
basia of ^ Mtlmttef and r^U«»t*s wkftltted to the Oty Man^iil' bf .^ H^il ^fN*^ and departnrwnt heads of this 
City. Ihem is no aHocafion, of ^ilgnatlon of any funds of this CHy f^ thy (»u^pb4t until there has been an appro- 
priertlqrf ^ that purpcwe by the City Goundl. A Iwarkig will te hM by #li Gify tbu^ll on the budget for informative 
pur|»i« •♦ City Nail on the 13th day of April, S^U, at 2:00 o'cbek PM.t ft which time any citizen of this City shall 
have th« Hiiht to attend 4Ai state his vit^ri. 

l8ftMATl: OF fiXPHNOmiRKS 



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Ugislatlve Department , -^i $ 

feitcuflve Departmint 

CJepartmwit of Law 

itpi^MM of Nnanoi . . i < . . . 

E^ll^imf df ^sonh«( 

Judicial Department 

Department of Health 

Department of Welfare 

Department of Public Safety 

C^artment of ^Wlc Wwks 

Depar^ent of Ideation . . 

Viiiglnra B^dh Library 

Boards and Commissions ... 
„ C^artment pf Agriculture & Honr^ Demons^atlon ..... 

f . Ncm-departmentaL ._ . .. •*.„^^ 

Transfer to other funds . . . 

Reserve for CwitlngerKies . . . ; 

Convention Cen^r Fund 

School Operating Fund I ..... . 

Scholarship Fund 

Water ar>d Sevier Fund • 

Aiyside Special Revenue Fund 



Ttft^M^ d m Mil 

13. mk «t 2:06 a.m. M Hii Ci^ 
^It CMrt ttMi j, ^»fy. Mifi 
■^1 iwi fauawwii fifo^MMI WW* 
iiwc l i INI Mi hwtot: 

MOMMel NO. 9S 

AN ORnrirAkcB TO Mm^ 

NUjiBER 41 »mTtK> "^ 
ORD0^AI«GB Q^^O AND 

Li:vY8fa iic^ipL.T^^ 

FORTHEYBA* ^WiWBW 
MAY 1, 1903, AiND ILNTTOJG 
APIW. 90, 1964. AND At90 
FOR EACH AND EVERY 
YEAR THEREAFTER BEGIN- 
NING WITH MAY 1 OF EACH 
SUOI YEAR AND ENDING 
AiPRIL 30 F01M)WING. 11^- 
TIL OTHERWISE CHANGED, 
(FOR THE PURPOSE OF PRO- 
VIDWG FUNDS FOR THE 
OPERATION OF THE CrTY 
GOVMINMENT, TIffi PAY- 
MENT OF THE CITY DEBT, 
AND TOR OTHER MUNICI- 
PM, PURPOSES, PROVXDWG 
rOR TIffi COLLECTION OF 
SA© LICENSE TAXES, AND 
PROVIDING PENALTIES" BY 
AODB^G SECTION* 57A IM- 
POSWG AND LEVYING A 
lJlCffi»JSE TAX ON EVERY 
mSBULC SERVICE CORPORA- 
TK»J ©^GAGID IN THE 
BUMNESS OF FURNISHING 
WATER OR SEWERAGE SER- 
WM ORFACaJTffiS TO THE 
INHABITANTS OF THE CITY. 
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE 
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH: 

Tla* Ortoaiwe Number 41 is 
hereby amended and reordained 



b| MMptlMtMli 37A at 

ferary pablic •erviee eoi^iik- 
tloti cn^^ In the hixmm U 
lurnMiiiH iv*ter or m^Ti$i wk- 
-vite «r Unities io the firitatti- 



• UOALI^TICO 




tei»e f^ of ten dollars per yim 
tat e»di and ertry iMenai year m 
iM^nifter provkkd uprni tw^ 
person owning a mot6r veh^, 
which ilMkll include every vfr 
hk;)e whidi is adf -propelled or At- 
aiped for . self-pro|mlsoQ, f^- 
la^ kept in ttie city and meti 



taftUof tf« city ahaU pay ftf *& ^^ ^^ ^^ ro«lw«yi of ^ 
prif^p m animal teen» to af I ^i.^y except ai herein othenrtK 



ona-haU of one per cent of the 
gBltas t^Mlpta from ttny me er 
mb^ of lueh businesses whetMr 
such <K)n»iifUon -is franchlaed hy 
tha city or odt. 

IMs (u^dlntiice ahaH heconte 
effective on Um 30th <tay of 
April. 1964. 

OROINANCE NO. H 

AN ORDINAaNCE TO AMEND 
AND RiEORDAIN SECTION 
235 OF ORDINANCE NUMBER 
26 ADOPTED BY THE COUN- 
CIL OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
GINIA BEACH ON JANUARY 
1, 1963 WHICH SECTICW*! RE 
LATES TO UCBNSE FEES TO 
BE CHARGEa) EVERY PER- 
SON OWNING A MOTOR VE- 
HICLE BY CHANGING TIffi 
SCHEDULE OF lEES BT- 
FBCTIVE JANUARY 1, 19©5; 
AND TO .RH»EAL SECTION 
237 OF ORDINANCE NUSfr 

Bmn. 

BE IT ORDAINID BY THE 
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 
VIR6INIA BEACH: 

1. That on and after January 1, 
1985, Section 235 of Ordinance 
Number M ad<^)ted toy the Coun- 
cil of the City of Virginia Beedi 
on January 1, 1M3 shall be 
amended to r^ as follows: 
SECTION 235. CHy Motor Ve- 
hicle llMfn^' R«|uirsd| 
Exe^iHora. 




mm 



specifically provided. For the U- 
cense ynr IWS and each and ev- 
ery licenae year thereafter, a ft« 
equal to one4Mlf of the annual 
fee Aidl be collected whenever 
any licerae phrte is Issued during 
the period be^nning on the fl»t 
day of July and ending on the 
thirty-firrt day of DeceiSi>er. 

No license fee shall be re- 
quired of a^y person for any 
vehicle not required to obtain an 
annual regiftration certificate and 
Ucense by S«Aion 46.1-45 et seq. 
of the Code of Virginia, 1950, or 
any vehicle specifically exempt 
by Seotkin 46.14)6 ol the Code of 
Virginia, 1»50. 

2. TlMt Section 237 of Ordi- 
nance Number W is hereby 
repealed. ^ 

3. ThM tills ordinaacx ^udl be 
in effect from and after Decendwr 
31, 1964. 

JOHN V. FENTHESS 
City Cterk 

S-aft-lT 



TRUSTErS SALE 

Purwant to the terms of a <»r- 
tain deed of tnist to P. W. 
Ackiss, Truste«, dated Au|^ li 
1962, and recorded in tiie Clot's 
Office of the CircuM; Court of tiw 
City of Virginia B«Kh, Virginia, 
in Deed Book 744, page 185, de- 
Inving k»m miide in the 



fault 
llfcBre is hereby imposed as U- f»ymem of tiie drtit therdjy se- 



ared, fod irt ttt^ wyirji fif %m 

'MtfWwinMlI A 
fw m^ sit tha fi^at 

cm Bm Amea^ mtk mm tmi 

iteetk Avcnoa. WriMi ^tOks 
Vttg^^ on Am h ttH * * 
4 pjn., tin kmt$a$ prty^f^i 

l<Hrtt: 
AU mx eartain Irt^ f ieai or" 

put*! 4rf mA, i^0am ^^ tti« 

bu Hdtegi ipi hB^ ro w Miii i Ur 
tiierem, and all tarritof^ ttt' 
tures mnd ecpipnipit #Mite mm- 
tained, situM« L j f fluhtfa n flol^ 
ottgh. City of Vtogii* 
^te of Virgil^ 
Bridge* da^a*ed an ttiat mp> 
tain ptot enUtled, Vtat of ft^Op* 
ei^ of B. F. Owens, •tuotod in 
nvKsetn Anne Cwnty, VuiM>« 
made by J. H. MilhoUBKl, C. C 
March, \KB, aiKl reatnM in 
Map Book a, page 307, in tha 
Clerk's Offtee of the CircuU ftwrt* 
of the Cify of Vvginta Bexh, 
Virginia, as the "flp<l miitehunt 
Tract". c(H>tainii^ five (5) a^aa^, 
and being »tuaM on the West 
side of the Swamp Roskl stewu 
on said plat, and being more par- 
ticuhurly described as kiiam% to- 
wit: 

Beginning at the iBtors^ttoii - 
of the Vf&A side of aid Snwnp* 
ik»d with the northern Une of the 
Charles Peterson TnA of 2S0 
acTN as iliown on »id pl^:, 
thence runlBg along the wail.' 
i^de ol said Swamp I^toad Nar% 
h <I4 18 min. East 34523 feet 
to a p^uot in mi road; (toenca 
North 63 <^. S7 mto. W«t e^ 
feet to a pohrt; ^w» StfMh I 
dag. 46 min. W^ 342J0 tteC to 

.CoirtifHMd en Paga • 



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• • • p • • 



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• •*•«••* 



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|l«ckwater Special Revenue Fund 
Itempsville Special Revenue Fund 
lynrthaven Special Revenue Fund 

Pungo Special Revenue Fund 

Princess Anne %>ecial Revenue Fund 

Six Borough School Debt 

Virginia Beach Special Revenue Fund 

Lynnhaven Sanitary Debt Fund 

yirglnia Beach Borough General Debt Fund 

Kempsville Borough School Debt 

Pungo Borough School Debt Fund 

deneral Debt Fund 

Bond Fund .......... ^ . . 



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37,150.00 

23,729.00 

28,928.00 

475,247.00 

11,576.00 

308,861.00 

65,407.00 

592,707.00 

998,192.00 

2,099,109.00^ 

305,377.00 

44,410.00 

355,516.00 

31,627.00 

56,722.00 

1,024,371.00 

209,972.00 

62,100.00 

9,016,219.00 

275,000.00 

468,529.00 

156,772.00 

3,000.00 

104,540.00 

174,113.00 

3,000.00 

6,422.00 

577,229.00 

431,162.00 

4,907.00 

335,705.00 

45,182.00 

5,052%00 

446,976.00 

4,000,000.00 



TOTAL BtlMATHJ IXPiNWTUfWBS - AU F UNDS $ 22,784,509.00 

iSTIMATED REVENUES 

For the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1965 

The anticipated expenditures of $22,784,509.00 are expected to be financed as follows: 
leral Proowtv Taxes • * 



a • • • • 



• • • • 



General Property 

Other Local Taxes • 

Lia»nse,r Permit and PrivilegeJ^es 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Revenue from use of Money and Property . . . 

Ser^M Charges for Current Services 

^les of ^rvices. Commodities and Properties 

Mmf^m from tM Commonwealth , • • ■ 

Revenue from the Federal Government 

Revenue from other agendtis 

Miscellaneous revenue • . • • • ' * "• 

Non^ev^m* Receipts (ir^ludltig proems ^f«il 6 <^ borfcls - $4,000,000.00) 

Financing from existing surpluses .............. . • 

InterfuTKl Transfers 



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TOTAL HNANOI^ R^imS) 



4,773,904.# 

1,225,700.00 

1,142,200.00 

200,000.00 

90,962.66 

1^,482.00 

422,247.00 

5,8^,230.00 

1,642,505.(X) 

35,600.00 

13,620.(X) 

4,018,000.00 

1,481,000.00 

1,775,034.CD 

$ 22,784,509.(P 



THE COUNCtt OF THE CTTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH WILL CONDUCT A PIJBUC HEARING ON »M)NDAY. 
APRIL 13, 1964 AT ItOO P.M. IN THE CBlCUrT COURT BUILDING. CTTV HALL, ON THE FCHJXmiNfc 
PROPOSED ORDINANCES AND TAX LEVYj >^ 

t 

/ ORDINANCE Na 97 

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE TAX LEVY ON REAL ESTATE 
AND TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY AND OTHER PROPERTY tOR 

tHE 1964 TAX YEAR. i 

BE rr ORDAINED BY THE C6UNCIL OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH: 

SECTION L AMOUNT OF LEVY ON REAL ESTATE. 

There shall be levied and collected for the 1964 Ux year on aU real estate, not exempt from taxitkm, on ^h om ka^ei 
doHars of asserted valuatton thereof, the following: ^ 

REALESTATH 
TAX RATE — 1#«4 TAX YEAR 



Biflckvralar 



Pwigo 



PttaCCH 

AiMe 



Priaees 
Anne 






BwsUle 




General Fund .../. 

Sc1kx)1 Operating Fund 

General Debt 

Six Borou^ Debt 

Sanitary Debt 

Special Revenue 

M(^uito Control 



.44 
.85 

.30 

.15 



.44 
.85 
.16 
.30 

.05 



.44 
.85 
.16 
.30 

.05 



.44 
.85 
.16 
.30 

.05 
.10 



.44 
.85 
.16 
.30 

.25 



.44 
.85 
.16 
Mi 

25 
.10 



TOTAL R. E. TAX RATE — 1964 

TAX RATE — 1963 

INCREASES 



1.90 
1.70 



1.80 
1.60 



i.m 

1.60 



1.90 
1.70 



2.00 



2.10 
2.10 



.20 



.20 



.20 



.20 



Kem^vUie 



ItoMpi. 
Mosq. 



Lymikinrea L^.flriM|. 



tjnm. 



Vi. 



■#■ 



General Fund 

School C^rating Fund 

General Debt 

Six BoK^ Debt ......I..... 

Sanitary^tot 

Special Avenue 

Mosquito Control , 

TOTAL R. E. TAX RATE -^ I^ 
TAX RATE— 1963 



.44 
.85 
.16 
.30 

.25 



.44 
.$5 
.16 
,30 

.25 
.10 



.44 
.85 

.30 

.25 



laMirfaM 



.44 
.85 
.16 
.30 

.25 
.10 



.44 


.44 


.85 


.85 


.16 


.16 


.30 




.10 


— - 


.is 


1.48 


.10 


.07 



MC^tlfiASES 



2.m 

2.00 



lio 

2.10 



2.00 
1.80 



2.10 
1.90 



1.90 



3.00 
3.00 



.20 



.20 



.30 



mcnm i. amount of levy m tangible personal property. 

There shall b# levied and collected for the 1964 tax ye ar on tangible personal property, not exempt from taxation ^ 
dttHairi ($6.00) on e^tfi one hundred dollars (rf assessed valuatton t hereof, for general parposes. 



SfeCtMl* 



OF Levy on all boats or w atercraft under five tons burthen used for 

OR pleasure. 



JOiW V. FPITI»S, 
City Clerk 



3-26-1 ♦ 



There shall be levied and collected for the 1964 tax yearon all boats or watercraft under five tons bittthcn used for business 
or pleasure, six dollars ($6.00) on e«;h one hundred dollars of assessed valuation thereof for general purposes. 

SECTIO!>i. 4. AMOUNT OF LEVY Cli CERTAIN VEHICLES AS MOB^E llOM^ OR CfFlCES. 

There shall be levied and.eoUected for the 1964 tax ye&fim all vehicles without motive power, used or d^lit^ to be u^i 
as mobile homes or offices or for other means of habitation by any person, six A>lliirs ($6.00) m each one hundred oo«^ el assessed ,i 
valuation thereof for general (nirprocs. 

SECTIOftr 5. CONSTTTUTIONALnY. 

That if any part or patis, section or sectkms, sentences, clause or phrase of this ordinance is for any sSailte defied H^ N -- 
unconstitutional or invalid, such iNWon ihall not effect the validity ol ^ lemainiig portbns of this Cfdkiice. 

SECTIOH 6. EFFECTIVE DAtE. 

That this ordinance shitfl te in effect from and after the date <rf its a^ptietL 



JOHN ¥. FENTIUESS 

CityCta^ 



3-26- It 







im STUDENT BLAND WINNER 



tnm^'* by Chopin. 

V* wm timxtled • W.OO Qw- 
•otaMt B(Md Hid will conptte 
in t}« Distil CoitfeA £^n^, 
1^ jA fl^K!^ Mnt «^ 




.. 9 CJOM CMbi Ik taut Mb, 

m* hM PMit Ri^. Mv^h 20, 



i 1^ BlMd Memofkl CkMitest 
i • hmMI id^irMp «M^it 
ipoiiiMid €mk ymt ^ tiw Ltais 
QiAi ^ Vii#ito; in aiMnory of 

^Odn He tedt to OM #gtiir." 
i it fw <ft» ttiKxd cMldfen ud 
ihi tan {ilm rnkmer m Q» ^te 
emrtiMl is •tMfded ■ $1,006 mu^ 
ttl schoiuAip. 

. Tlw aij^t Ltons aob and 
CkM^eilBl UoM nwe co-tail 
fortlieevat 

Jtaws rrkl^, Vlr^nia Bmch 
WKm Gub, a^ torn (Minam 
|»esiitod ^ the nMBtt^ 

£. Mar^ ilaughlar, Olifrk^ 
fitaid Itonortt OhAiiim and 
iNttrict GwMMr, Khi PMry. 
ik«f« w IWMi Mr ttw e«Mt. 
^ M ^M ciHlM ill H^ioa 9, 
1 ware refmmlM irttt 



flnt ^^ wtaum- 
pMt. MUit (km B^Xtam 

iiB- 




BkmA place winner was Leona 
HMtii. |i«)rfolk (^hoUc High 
SAod, afa 15. apcmorwl by the 
B^nMe Lkm Club. She it t 
ttuM UMi iriayed "variation on 
O Stide" l>y K^Jiukv. 

She sm pr«Mi^ t ^.00 
(^wniment Bomi. 

The awarte mre preaei^d by 
flrat vice pr^i<tent, Jack I^QeM, 
Bayride U<ms C3ub. 

The Zone Covert was "Udlea 
^^iM** and the wivea were on 
Imd for the dinner, musi^Mil con- 
and (huMe which foUoirad. 




• i^int i^atft ^etM 9fxA 10 
4^ 14 ois. WMt 1 JO iMt to 
the trniimm mrmr W nM 
Pitoraon TmAi mi ^mtm 
SwKb S3 deg. 57 niin. ^t ^I.M 
feet to tbe foM, of taga^. 

■xciPTwa, ffcrwivTO. 

frmi tiie above dMOilMd prop-, 
txty • pivoil of lanA cmitolni^ 
1 J aoea, emweyed by B. O. I%t- 
t^ion and Hi^ £. tPaMBj-wn to 
Stenl^ e. Ifawon and IMIla Ste- 
beto Maam, dated Aogut IS, 
IM&, and f«anxtod In aaM Cork's 
(Mfice in Deed Book 4M, pi«e 



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hi m» CteriTa Wm» ^ Ifce M<- 
flM teifrt al Hw C% ^ >A^hte 
Bmcm^ an tlw ^m Miy w ^Mik^^ 
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iMDY J. OMFIW 

imMm x>AMN <^fra«, 



The o|^ of Ate iutt ii to db- 
«eiaa ^qnt A Martb liiM- 
i^ntt fJwi tti fl^ daimtanA. 
u^n tfit grmMb ol paites llvii^ 
aepanito wbA ipait nMhoM i^ 

raptiM Iv a pwiod ift euMB of 



ha «n afMa^ ^^ toM 
uite iml AM im the detend* 
Mt to •im«^il^ «f te MaM 
^ fUgM^ Ite M taM^i poi 
tfto iriAPWrbitaf: Muto V 
•« in, Otra, nu^ M » or- 
And that ^ da appMur tei* 
wi^ ton (m ^vt i^r due 
pumcmm bmwt, and 4» ^k^ 
ny Im iNsaaMry to prrted tier 
taAwaal in iUs wtt. 

> A «»9— Veate: 

j<mN V. Formm gh^ 

fiyi Maiy M. Whtta. DC. 
J. ntVNK GMJLAQigE pq. 
310 . mn Stmt 
Vi^nto BMdh. VirgittM 

MO^TH 



Thte yeuK 4ho«sand3 of ^rifty 
Attmrimm wlH lake their income 
tax le^ndi in tJ.S. Savings Bonds. 
W!^ noit you? Check the apace on 
ymu tax return— for bonite! 



vbh;o helps libht n.y. fair 



Pngran 



\BMmm — The I«fce SterM 
Oarden Club held their Ite^ 
mmmng « the bone of Mn. G. 
f ffeuaer, Gator Rotd, vltli Mn. 
jumilton and Mrs. E. W. 




.ianj« 
Mn. Cheater Bamforth, ^«t 
iker, demonstrated the ait <rf 
for ooM salt 
tiM Sanioii Gar- 
awarA^ libbiMia for 
to: Abi. J. B. 
riijbt, Mrs. O. C. M^iten^ 
»; Mrs. R. C. ENuia^ n^; Mrs. 
M. Bogle aiM Mrs. W. A. 
t:ieorge. yellow. 

4>oni for horUculture were 

awarded to Mrs. H. T, MarshaU. 

'Hn A C M3\% l|prs. G. Safa^ 

DowUng, blue: 

.^fluu, Mn. Q. F. Hett* 

f M. BDde^ Mn. C. T. 

Sumner airt' 

^A-e, red. 



$Wria| Services 
laybke Church 

Holy Tluirtdior 

•/ j UK Bayiake Meth- 

arch will obaerve tbe 

s Suppei" and die pastor, 

Oscar F. Good baa an- 

jed th«t at (te 6:30 a.m. 

%mn Woi^p service faia ear- 

m~~ wUi be ''Croas Bearing" aid 

^ n «m aenrioe "WtfkiiiC 



Hke Christian 
ight Service 

Rev. fieri FarreU 

!e CbriiUan Church 

^ <m Holy Thura- 

charch will obaarva 

OaadleiigM Serviee 

. iiaf> ^JTHnawniton at 7.-30 puss. 

is^er SoiM^r ■wmlng Ibera «ai 
Worship aervjkses at 9HS 

.« 11 tJn., ^ wUdi (im »U 

m dboifs ol the dmrch nvfil 

itidpale. 

A.SIDE BAPTIST 

oiiDNHHi sancE 



U|^ is the tnditioiMl tyntb^l 
of wilconie. whether is 1% the 
awiB gbw of a j^h^ li^ m 
tte t^BdM lort^of the S^^e of 
lAmy. tiK greiteit exposition of 
m ttee, tiie nmr York Worid's 
Hftr^wUl w^^ Its expaoted 
'^Qmjm ^Mmg with tlM most 
iM^lHuit, mM ^^tacular light in 
fcWory, tiw Tofrer ^f Ught. 

Tbe gnat, ia4)UIion oindle- 
psmr UgA, m^m In brUUance to 
mm$ ffiuodMtod Yank^ l^ad- 
IttM^ wU eiasmto fram the p»- 
yUkM spmsared 1^ Vii^inia JOiC- 
t^ nA Power Company rad 
WBM IM ^her imreMaiH}«imed 

kmmt». Tto MlUwt boMi wiU 
1^ nltes Into the slQr and wiU 
IM tlw ML Cling visiton will see 
n t^ approach New Yorit via 
lAuie, tnin. car, bus or boftt> 

One of tl» trchtieotunil Irl- 
uMfte of the rUr, tilie Tower of 
L^it iMvilJon con^ste of bwft- 
dhwla of aluminum prlnns rktig 
to a 8ttU!«id fashion form a 
i^«(^ng pool to a height of 80 
IM ai Ite antor. Tw^w 5 KW 
SMfAU^s boused in the open 
(Wtivl ewe of ttie pavilion will 
SMd Che powerM b^m si^waM. 

The Towu nt Uifiii eoatinuos 
the bistorieal tradition of tte ml- 
coma light tint orlglnatod is ^^ 
blstoric times when a iuniing 
atick, the only source of mm- 
made Ught, welcomed nwa to Ae 
safety of cavea at ni|^t to i»o- 
teetfon i^mt camiTor(Htt «^ 
mala and <1m alementa. 

One of (be most omn^^ 
weloofme Ughto of all tliM ^mi 
the Pharaol) Ughthouse in l^i^ 
buUt in 28S B.C.. long re^trded 
as one of the wondari of tSa 
wQiM. A blazing ttf turned 
n^^Aly on top of a 600 foot atone 
tow*r praduciiig a Ugbt tlMt 
could be seen S4 nilea awiy. 

Sheer brUli^iio^ ia not nectt- 
airUjr (he criterMn of welooipa 
li^. Forbaadnda of y«ara, 
peaaants in Nortbem italy haw 
bunted flab oU ia thouauida ol 
snaA ahalla to weleuaa vWtors lo 
their faaUnUL In Japan, a doud, 
of glowing firafliM is olten re- 
leattd es a wakoma feitum ait 
evodiig ptrtiaa. 

Hin, feativftls and exposidona 
have* ahwys inqpired ttabonite 
and often aptotacular wateome 
UgbU. ^itepr ^ moat 'fiuiioas 
aatpoaition wetoune symbol of all 
Ihaa waa the BfM I^Maer. fium 
far the 16M Paris £ipo«i(km, the 
giflutk structure wm festooned 
with 4,000 lOondli^wer «lec> 



trie lamps. The Tower of Li^t at 
the New York Fair will be. 300,000 
tioMs more Wliiaot than the il- 
lumined Eiffel Tower. j 

M Buffo's Pan American ^- 
podtion in 1901, a 409-foot hi^ 
rococco electric towsr served as 
theme building inviting the world 
to visit the Fair. Hm in.iplring 
sUTJclure. mora popularly known 
as tiie Tower of Li^t, was out- 
linMi witli W,(m flittering in- 
candenent lampi which s^^pNt- 
ized tJie pronuse of conveaMi<M 
to come :through this new phen- 
omenon— ^c«tt'icty. 

On AprU 2&n4 when tlMS gn^ 
e^ World's Fair of aU time 
opens, the Tower of Light will 
blsTC into the jriqr as a mlent but 
spectacular invitation to all with- 
in eye Aol, for mUes around, and 
wiU shine every night of Vat Fair's 
two yibsr run. 

Your Social 



nannii^ to r^it sran? Oim 
service often o\«rlooked is the 
help ^ur social ^^curity office 
^m give you, even bef«% ttuM 
faM day of work comes. Knowing 
when an<( how to file tn applica- 
tion for ^ial Mmrity beiw^ 
and just what proofs will be need- 
ed OA sa^ uooMeMury trips to 
the so<Mi , s^yu% offk» and 
4)eed toe dtfhfwi^ ol ;^r first 
cb^lt. 

<h)e tten ttat you are sure to 
need is ycm social security num- 
ber. IMe your soctol secur^ 
cai^ witti you when you yitk tin 
sodal aecurtty office; your nurah 
ber is ^Itavnt trm^ any oCber, 
and it ^kntlfi^ tl» e«rqtogs rae- 
ord u^i whidi y<Hir bmeflls 
win be tesed. Also tti® ^me 
proof of your age wttb y(w. A 
blrih ^rtltoto is prefei^blSb biM 
oto«r tvidwKS 0^ be used too; 
ttto fc^il security office wiU be 
gM to funysh you with a IM of 

n«M asn otter iHOofs that nu^ 
be nf|iilr^ in ^ur ^trttoitar 
efeto for beMf Us, It may be a 
otpy ol last yuf» leterti tax re- 
ton ti ym mt 8df<«n|)ii^, 
proof of TOur wile's age, your 
child's birai oeitifici^, or aoiM 
nro^ tri ywur muflaie. Hie Min> 
ber and types of proiolii«qnfred 
will differ m^ Mch case, m it's 
BEST to find o(rt ahead of tiim 
just wM will be needed. '^ be 
sure of fffonnrt service, in^iire 
bef<R« yw retire. 



BAYSIDE — Bev 

^o€, pastor of Bayaide B^A 

mrdi auounoea Ihara wtf 4iia 
» '^Mauody Thueadty <^IMI^ 
te amm^" ly ^'sndltH^tt d, 
#1 OmAat fm pjm. M tiMcb 
^w the adUt lAtu iril! itog. 

"^ Y.W A (YoBBg Wmmm ^ 
Ms ^bmAi bM Wi Sasiff 1^ 
^^ ^t&m Mtf^ H •! 10 
^CL at ttie dmeh for the B^in- 
^ Wmtmak wa^ km tod 
%K yw<Ms. 

^nmeServke 

BATSBNS — Anqgr ChaplaiB 
vftOf of ft. Story has anwfed 
w IMer Suviae Sendee at Ckpt 
V k at y at 6:10 am. In caae of 
i^4teaervk» wfll be faaU in 
m$ (faaatre. OapWii Juttoa, 
VIMJl nut EuaUc wiB be Oto 
gnast spailffr. iter. James DsfH 
^nide BMM VMtor wiir«Cli^ 
Ihe pmyer. Ifias Lorraiiie Da Wot, 
Mpanlst for the Fort Stoqr Chapal 
W^iyfwtte 




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FROM 
mmk BEACH 

TO THE 
EASTERN SHORE 



I^or to the Opening, 
Next Month 
q The . . . 




CHESAPEAKE BAY 
BRIDGE TUNNEL 



1, 



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Ihe Virginm Beach I^H'N^jos Will 

PuUish a ^uvemr Edition Telling The 

Story in Words and Pictures of the 



Longest Bri^e Tunnel in the WorM 





This gigantic engtnai^ing preset wfll connect Virginia's Eastern 
with the great Tidewah»r area with one terminus qf #ijt brlclge- 
timnel complex located in the syeet vmN City of Virginia Beach. 

Two tunnais, each more than a mile long, are a part ol the great 
Chesapeake B«y Bridge-Tunnel. The tunnels will alk,w ample ciearan^ 
for the largest ocean vessels. In Edition to the tv^ tunnels there will be 
four man-made islands that will link the tunnl^ whh overwater brieves. 

As a Mbute to ^s great proj^t the Virgin^ Beach ^n-New$ will . 
publish a special Cl'^sapeeke Bay Bridge-Tunnef leditiai ^rty this year 
prior to the official opening. We know this edition will give ah Insight at 
to what can be expected of the imp«:t on rtw area's kxjfxsmy and future. 



FOR FURTHER INFORA^ATION CONCERNING ADVERTISING 

IN THIS OUTSTANDING H>ITK>N CALL OR WRITE THE 
VIRGINIA BEAGH SUN-NEWS, GA 8-2401. 



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Vurginia BMi^h 



WHO WILL WEAR THE MISS VA. BEACH CROWN? 






D(dls are mm UliUto «vwy 
ynr. W)wn they hivt « ^mtk 
down or an injui^. it &xaSA bt t 
nuQor a^Mtioidw tar ttt 1^ 
mother were tt Mt for the D. J. 
DOLL HOSPTTAL U M12 <Me 
Avenw in CteetM.^ DwsMv 
JohnMD kM teM Mtt^l OK* of 
•U types M Ml pittaii for nwqr 
]w««. She is a Mbi^ tmi^ 
tJve wonHB, tuned to a ^lU's 
wave ton^ reputUag love tor 
dMs. Hw plani for expaaiton 
were inlemij^iMl by a heart al- 
tKk a few jmn a^ ai^ her m^ 
tivtties seriously ciataited. How- 
ever, i^e is nraking a a)iiM)»ck 
and slowly reorpnldng ter 
hospital. 

A doU nuy lie an iaankiMAe 
object to an adult, but to a 1^ 
girl, it am be ai real «m1 « te- 
portant u #ny Jimeim of Iwr 
family. ^V^en soflwttying hai>- 
pens to hurt the *'M»y", M tan 
be a gr^ comfnit to kt aMt to 
Uke it to the hc^jitri for tondM*. 
loving cm» by Ifte (todw^iorgeon 
in ctuulEe. 

The OoU Hospital ^tm not 
deal exciusiwly with IMIe 0A' 
problero«^ M». Oohnsoa U equ^y 
expert and hilly equipped at her 
h(^{^Ji to reiAir anttque <Mls, 
<tecoratIve dolUi and ^lls made 
in foreign ^untries. ^e has a 
full stock of replaceni^ partoi— 
eyes, eye hishes, wip, fwnta to re- 
new complexions, clay and pJai- 
tic to repbce parts gone from 
various eppencto^. As doUs be- 
come more a>mpU(ated with 
voices and moving ptrta, Ae 
keeps up to date by lacking ttie 
kOest equipme^ and studying 
iHw repair manuels. 

It takes «n ttrtiiA'a toi^ and 
filing to rest<ae beaitfy aa wdl 
as the technical knowtedge, ttd 
here is where Mrs. lobiMon 
shines, ^ch "psUent" ia ts to- 
portant to her as tiie di^raaied 
owner who las torough* it in. tat- 
tered and brotoi <ff faded itnd 
old, no i^am aeems to be beyond 
lier Aill. 

The ludr4» flf a <b^ cin be 
as peramal a your own. It im«^ 
^ the parKmaUty of ^ doit and 
tiao tkm tte owner. Mrs. 

a <kll repiir expert, aj^ ttik 
mitea Im* a Mmymft^Btmi. 
^tot on^ wiC Slbdtt teM fflir 
new birt ite on •)» 4x>it an 
oitirely new asd a^luh kai^do- 
She can even wl» tte «lg for 
tte^ill from flie dilkTs own oA 
iMir, if d^b^ Win* eoiiM be 
more origiml Itei t^t 

If wanted, the d^ patient can 
te i^lMed wMi a new wirdiobe 
to complim«it' its reewwy. Clo- 
ttiing and accssori» aa« ^li^ied 
esp^ia^ ft» any particular doll, 
■s well as the evo'^piqMiIar teen- 
type fa^on MU> 

Talkii^ dolls ^^ch have be- 
come sUqnt (an reeo^^ ttieir 
KHtnds ^ the ^fiAal. CJstMlly the 
conqpl^ taUdttg wyt miMt ht re- 
plaowt, Imt if tt takes )m$, « 
snaU @)mpoii«nt to lepft^ • 
wtnlaMe vndoe bos. this can be 
ttttoideA to n^ i^pdi^. 

A bi^cen d^ is a an^ ripple 
in ttie pool of Itttiaw wf Mii< 
but a broken he^t of « ehW te 
aiisery uiMikl. Mw. Muuon 
mends haSi. ■ 



"BEAUn AROUND M 
WORLD" SHOW'S THEME 



tte ttMM Of ttla yav's Mias 
Vir^nia Beach I^^g^mt will be 
"Beauty Around Oie World" and 
to m^ 0M Idea tlw Virgnia 
Beadi Junior Chamber of &n&- 
men» wiB >cimveA ttie Alan fi. 
Shepard Civic Cmter atege into 
a s^tii^ of iaiematiwial scenes. 

Hm oen^ of tiw ita^ will be 
domin^d by a revol'^g tfobe 
and around it mil be rack sil- 
houetted landmarks as the ftifel 
Tower, Smpire ^te Building 
and many otlMrs. 

This ou^jtandini ^p layout 
was designed by John Dickens 
who is liM directing the pag^nt 
and in clttrge of tta Al^ng. 

Andre Emm m general clair- 
man ami &^ CrMinar i^ eUt^ 
managar. 

Oth«r J^oee ciainMn Indude: 
Dick &«& finai^e; Bill Gaspar, 
entries; Jltai^ Adams, ^id^s; Don 
reirtr^ . iM»iida-8fiMbM*ihips; 
D<m War^ bs!^u^HUComo<ki- 



tkmm Chuck Oant, tnn^orte- 
tion; Sunny Bragg, {uoduction; 
BA Evans, hmise; Phil Mc Adams, 
tick^; ArcMe Allen, program; 
aiKl ftul Kist, ^licity. 



MMmtUi LOUISi LiMON 

Itie peisant wUl be "old hiA" 
for Sandra since sbe tied for sec- 
ond pkce in laM y^r's baiuty 
compkition. She is the 19-year- 
old daugMer of Mrs. Allen Duff 
of Goeia Beach, Fku, wd A. J. 
Lemon, Virginia Beedi. SIm im 
been ttidi^ private mui^ l&aom 
for the rmKft horn twrt will pei^ 
form an ori|inal n^dent ister- 
pretive danoe for the p^ml. A 
19^ gr»«jate of Vtai^ Beach 
«^ School, ahe was a Surf 
Qi^n attendant in 1960 and '61, 
pr^ident of ^e ^paUon Tri4ii-Y. 
member <tf the tiM for aev^ 
3f«an and received ^ Distribu- 
tiw ^iMilkm Best Pn^naUty 
Award in 1963. She present^ 
w»ks in the city's finance de- 
partment 




A ptei» #4ent with a baek- 
gpmBA of six years ia olwiral 
«ad ^vo yees to pe^tthr b- 
atruo^m. It la laiitura] tt^ Abby 
ateuld j^y ^ms ariec^ns tor 
im Went to the beauty pa^MUt. 
Sto te ttt 19-yeaPotd daugMer 
of Mr, and Mrs. WUltam B^l 
HiMon of 90SO Provklenoe RoikI 
and is a freeman at Old Domin- 
ion Col^. Molt of h^ interutt 
revive around mu«c— jaa ar- 
t^tto, dancing, and Aiging in 
harmonized groups. 

PAMf LA SUE COLI 

fiow a^uitei^ at Old Dominion 
C^e^, 21-yeaPokl Famda Sue 
bm a tet^y miufcad baek- 
fRNUri having studied piano, 
v^io, virioe, tap and toe dancing 
wad orgita. She will aix^ a medk- 
1^ of p^ular and Clascal num- 
im^ for tile pageaM. Site mo^ 
«Ml\ct the college she is on ^ 
1^^ debating team, plays tiw 
(Vfu aiwl sii^ in tiie opera 
company. 1^ te the dinger of 
Mr. and Ifrs. fiusadl fl. Cole of 
1106 Michadnnaod Drive and a 
gtSk^s^m of PrtoceM Anoe H^ 
8G3kOoL ' 

PATSY CHARLEEN NAf>IER 

Tbe IT-year-cAi dau^itor of 
m. mad Mrs. James fl. Napier of 
519 «oewood Drftw, fWiy wW 
l^adoato ftom Virgtoia Be»± 
1^ S(Ao(d to June. Sie hat 
been a BaA Bowl attffiduit uid 
Surf Queen aMendant nd ia 
pnsast^ a mOim^ tor the 
J&iOtti'Uiid May ^itoen, re^«- 
toi^ Vlfgnn Beadi. Her tal- 
entiH& be a mmOogat. 



LN«>A LIB McKEE 

linda to ^ and hopes to be- 
come an airtine stewardess, ^le 
1^ quite a record of beauty 
competitions having ^rved as 
Norvww High School's Homecom- 
ing Queen in 1962 and a can- 
tMtant in the Miss Norfolk Pag- 
tttti that same year. She has had 
special tuaining in chorus, dra- 
SMtlGi ami public speaking and 
wffl perfarm a song and dance 
mitine WedneKtay night. She is 
the ^ughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Walter B. McKee of 424 Tory 
Road awl is presently employed 
by Sotboani Clti^ns Natloml 
Bank. 

PAMELA ANN CRUTCHPIELO 

Pamete has been a ^udent of 
^ dance for six yeare and will 
demonstrate her tatente in a tap 
^cs U the pageant. She is the 
17-j^ff-okl daughter of Capt. and 
Mrs. Robert ft. Crutchfield of 420 
1. PbnMion Road and is a senior 
^ Viri^a Bnch High School. 
(^ has hekl flHtny honors at the 
school: preOdN^ of the Y-T^os 
for two yus% a cheerl^der, beat 
^pirt of the year, tiie Under- 
wood Awai^ in 1962, an Azalea 
Mbtid of HuMr, secretury of her 
senior cbss, and firet ^ace recip- 
ient of the Singer Sewing Award. 

JUNE MARIE FERTIO 

Ai8il 14 wUl bring June her 
^tth bii*h<jtay. The Awghter of 
Mrs. Jtorle A. Fertig, 509 24th 
Str^ die ia pr^MniUy attending 
' mdMmiimtk CoOege wlw» aha 
k m tte StttdeittCampia Mia- 
tiona C^snml^e and the Pom 
Fom aqi^. iaiWi fraduating 
fioa Vli«to4a Seiii ngh Schocd 
to 1982 ate was aecretary of h^ 
aentor daas and wih on ^ Itonor 
So^y ^ TMe^ter Sdwlastk 
Achievement Team. Her tatoift 
wUl be a (kvmatto nu»iotog(w. 



KATHERME AI^EHNA PECK 

Katheri^'s talent for ttie pAg- 
eant will be m<^ unuaial: die 
wiU perfonn a modem todlet be- 
fore a setting of her own paint- 
iog$. 'nuB 19-ye^^(M lighter 
of Mrs. tliomat J. Peck, 103 
Modkii^^i»ird Drive, Kathertoe 
gii^^ed ttom Sacred Heart 
Ac«Jemy to 1961 and is praent- 
ly a junior at Old Dcuninion Col- 
lege idiere die is majoring to 
art and u a member of the 
school's Alt Guild. She enjoys 
sewtog, 'tentttoafo and "an^- 
^i^ va^4i# connected witt 
ait- 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN- NEWS 

"SfllVINO THE WORLD'S UROEST RSSORT CfTY" 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AAARCH 26, 1964 

SECTION B ;^* 



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Riding in parades will be <mc of die responsttMlities of Miss Virginia Beach. Last year's win- 
ner. Miss Joan Ewell. and runner-up Carol Thompson are pictured on the Jaytee float that to<^ 
third place in the Oyster Bowl Parade. 




JUNE FERTIG 



PAMELA CRUTCHFIELD 



f*; I TICKETS ON SALE 

* /4llESE»tVi3) SECTTON 

^-1* I2.S0 *-• -I 

jGENiaRAL ADMISSKM^ 

$1.50 

BLAOC AN<RJS RESTAURANT 

Pacific Ave. at 33rd 

VIRGINIA BEAOH HARDWARE 

3^ Virginia Beach Blvd. 

(im Street) . 

, i L^UIASON REALTY 

Princeas Anne Ptaaa 

BURROW-MARTIN 

DRUG STORE 

kAragona Villas 

IflULTOP PHARMACY 

1701 Laakin Road 

SEVEN SEAS RESTAURANT 

iynnhaven Inlet 

BURN'S SD^CLAIR SERVICE 

STATION — Kempsville 

VENIDA BOWDEN 

Venida turned 18 hat nKnth 
and is a senior at Prii^en Anne 
Hi{^ School where die Is a mem- 
ber of the Giris C^na and Fu- 
ture Nunea CUrii. She is the 
dsu^iter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie 
D. Bow<ten of ^09 Bragg Cmri 
in Southern Pdnts aikl l»r t^- 
ent will be a dranoatic reading 
of the poem "Tom Boy". Sim Ms 
her hobbies «s reatRng, Miy^ 
sitting, .sewing and crafts. 

BARBARA ANN REED 

Bartttra, who wiU celebnte 
her 1^ birthday April 13, ia 
the (teller of Mr. and Mrs. C. 
M. Re^of 916 (Ordinal Road 
and will gradiate from Virginia 
Beach High School this June. H«' 
talent » fashion deigning. .She 
M HoQOied Qui^ of MMyrnatonal 
Ordbr of Joo'3 Oan^WM^lMit 
No. 17; treitturer of Aa Tn Gam- 
tta Sorority «id vice pn^AuA 
of the Junior Civitan Club. 

LINDA LOUISE WOOOFIN 

Lhida, 18, is a senior lA Prin- 
cess A|me High School and is the 
dauber of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 
Woodfin, Jr., of 245 F*on 
.<venue. She is a member of tli« 
school chorus and hopm to at- 
tend t»ttlnes8 college yAien she 
^^uates. Her talent will be a 
pantomine. 

MARION LINOA BALL 

linda, 19-year^ld dau^iter of 
Marion Luther and Grace P. Ball, 
win entertain the pegemt «idi- 
ence with a comedy ddt, She wu 
a junior hoitess for the Virginia 
Beadi Band Festival for the p^at 
two years and enjoys swimnun^ 
sewing aiKl cooking. She resides 
in the Ifoyflower Apartments. 



Teid lify RMvy Jean Pli^Kpe 
Fhelae k^ BMBe vMfo 

vmGiNiA mj^i - mA 

Wednea^ nl0it sit At MmB. 
ttepard (Me CeafaMr a ovmitB 
he pla(^ on «he hert of a Vli>> 
f0A SmA0M and *• WiU !». 
gto a i^gB ttat «^ Mce ter te> 
fore tetevidcm canwra^ jteoa her 
<m ed/fftA floata and pik har,^ 
fore the pabQe at many aMe> 
wide evanla. 

I^ich ta the re^MBdhUty Ait 
Meoapmiw tfw ixmt b^urwof 
ttalnVlfgrta ^aCBt^. Aad 
this is only the firrt li^. fitt filB> 
ner here will go to tlw lUil mm- 
petition in Roanok^ la ^oe md 
cottk) even fo to Vm iba^ ta 
Atlanta Ci^ in SeptMibM* whm 
Miu America k mib^. 

Hie entire country hi aware 
of the gl^mtNV, e»fti>me«t and 
bei^fiti tint Mrround the Wai 
Anwri^ title, but load winrtia 
also get tlMir share of time 
assets. They reeelve j)um^o«» 
priaes tnd'a^lffirdi^ i 
Sdwlarwi^a hv an 

•iif pait •» Iheae 



^ane inMnect ae weH as Beevfy, 
cneiiii, peiae anci fMaaai 

Mlsa AflMTk* reodves .a 
$10,000 achokffstup and thou^ 
lite Vbs^ fieadi vriU net tmiA 
au^ a lotel Ae WiU sUB iiMiiM 
two sdiolffships. Me flPMB ^ipd 
Cola and the otto- team the 
pafeaat patrou, of ampte ptopcM'- 
Cions to furCbtt her m^u&Ujx. 

She win ^0 reediRe flNpy 
othdT vahuArie gite: w il- 
expio^ trip tor ^d to JNM ^ 
laiM), <k., QKH^ored ^ (SBX f^ 
th» Wandov li^d si «M^ % 
luidi a oompl^ s ^a a leeted 
waMlrdw from tXIEK; #ft «eM- 

hati- dryer frmn Vb^inMr 
iHardware; and hairdykM fcr a 
year from Hair 1^ IMari atod 
Cyathla. ^. 

Rui M» a r s U|^ Tee 

' The title winner wm |M te ^ 
oidyoite^d ]^ee«|MHm the 
first ruimer^ wmWkm.' « 
g^ eiBtmeite firom WeMdfr. 
a h^ drysr firam Vtt^^ >aii?h 
Hardware; a tfliip etaaiMMfet tux 
Wd t «K>p|qr lta» the JHWEes. 
Seeoid nmnarup wffl reedve: 
tiMe ttdlo ttm nreitoM Stora; 
a modem delk lanp from OKX 
«nd a trophy from the Jayceiea. 
The 12 conteatants will adeot 
their own Miss CewgMriillhF. a 
populttR/titli, andthii reetlBnt 
wffl tiao receive a Jiqraetta 
<«qphy. 

lach of the gta^ wOl fetvtIhA 
hair dyled lar 0» pagawd i^ 
Rtfad aad Cytmm and Samm 
9m he prevldad W ^^|Ma 
Beach VltiiiL 

BM |iafW|M ~eiw ef ifee e^^ 

yed fltrills tot ttie (irti ww wi 

file eBpenwwjf vs 





qiand a field deal «r ttaM Wad- 
neaday wMi Mtos Amafka aad 
Mi« ^raMa. Belli kaavlr 



LINDA WOODFIN 



SANDRA LEMON 



BARBARA ANN REED 



I^ATSY NAPIER 



^rvMa. 

fUMaaiw wiw M hei'a iei' wie awaa 

Vlrj^iie Beadi Nfaant audi 

will twdba ammiajjnn «hirini 

■ nw fewvMiea a» iwe cww 

veilNMr* 

Their 4xy will stait eariy ^fhd- 
jmday when th^r arrira at Om 
Amerioana Mot^ Lodge wfaope 
their accomodation have henti 
provided hy the Anwrloasa. 

1^1^ will have lunch art 1 pjn. 
with the cQQtedants at the molel. 
attend a Pepd Party lA the Ova 
Henry Club for the 12 fiito »d 
the Judges, appear at ^ puhfic 
dinner aA the Bbtsk As^aa to- 
tauraot at 6 p.m. and ttcQ ga oft 
to the pag^nt at 8 pjn. at tiie 
0vic Owter. 

R^ennti^is Hot iitm dbner 
o^ he made by calling tte Btedc 
Angus ResteunmiL 

Behind all of ttieae eWiorate 
preparatk)ns are the drtvlag 
forces of the \^0ftia Bm^ Jo- 
nior ChandKr of Onrnm^to^ 
JlxM^ors of the pi^geanL 



wmi v^imiA^EA^ 





KATIMRMEPKIC 



VENM>A BCMMDEN 



PAMEL SUE COLE 



LINDA BALL 



IWmA McKEB 



Ai»Y HILTON 






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COMMUNITIB 








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ttlt Va. Bm* JMl, Narflii, Vft, 

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CAMOUCflKflM» 

Uttte Nsek lid, KiM • Om* 



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IMJC GHVVi AATlVr OtUllCS 

ikKk Bw. Vindnia 
Aim St. CMr, Km 
9:4S «jn,--Uiuroti Sctaoal 
iiXlO •.HL—Mopiili WonlMp 

•IBUt BAfflWr Cin«CH 

OmwHll Mk * JUkawiow Dr. 
tlH*. Vfifiaia 
Rtv. Dtvl4 MfONk ~ 

ShOO turn. 
1:45 p' -*'" 

lUv. BfWi« fe. 
10:00 Mn.— jualqr Scteol 
t tKK) >.m, Mgrtt WoHMp 

6*00 p.m — ^ST.U. 

?:0«:) r ^"^ Woriijp 



dibeteld 

jMMil 8i»dl at •:4ft 

>f ^» OMMh In thif 

in thii 



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}« MraMm 

Ither 
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fin| two 
ii|e> jue w lofipwK 
L0fd £s lUsei) IMiy** 
m" Mrs. 
^ jk ;x)e ^uiector ol tbe 

ii ^mi^iPBrali Is on 
(^ftoad. 



MSTKK SEinCES SET 

j.^ aiUpXvS — Two 
sTfiOH wk be conducted 
fjniilinii Brbtoe BMtjfl 
ofi Sundajr mornli^rTte 
' be at 8:90 «.m. «nd tiie 

' he regidu' hour of 

teer woriBera heve been 
mi 



n. vfvspR 
9:30 «.m. 
i 1:00 ••n.-MBBJnt^tanMp 

7i30 p!m!*SSSSt aSSw 
E^fmiat SeivkM 30 aiiiHitM hm 

neSKWILL BAfTBT CHUaCH 

la Pnacen Ana* Conaty on Hfy 111 
Ifc aiil« fMt Onttsa Ak CteMoa 

«a 1^ 
T. i, TiaiK Bmm 

7:10 p4n.--Enanla| Sarvioa 



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7120 
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9.<45 a.m. 

1 1:00 a.in M< 

S:00 p,m,— Ever;— 

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9:30 
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9:46 ajn 
11. -00 %M. — I 
6:30 pm. 
7:30 p.in. 
7:30 psn 



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1:30 a^ 10:30 ajn. 
Ooaie i alepi ; 4 la. 6 p.m. Italuntejr 
CMeobtam Oan: 10 to 12 Utamv 
Aitar 1:30 ha. Miaaaa 




12:11 
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«:30 pA.— r«iia 



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9:41 a.n.— OMiffoh Mod 
11:00 «A.— Itonriat Wi»^ 

METHOOBTi 

Great Nack Roai. 
ItT. Laa H. mit 

9:43 ajn.-^Xau^ 

11:00 ajD Mc 

7:30 p.m.— Youth 



9:41 ajM.x4loii^ 

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9:41 a.B.— Cbwsli 
ll:<W a.n.> 
7:30 pA.-<.Y«(* 

LYNlWAlitt 




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lalpli W. I 

10:00 a.ai.— Menunii 
11:00 a^.— Omch Sdbooi 



PLAZA »an«OIMR' C»UK<» 

9^ ajB.-^SMrak Ictepl 
1140 •a.»WmrM| 
7M pA.— Yaalb 




31SI 

11.: 




11. -00 a A. 

(lit Suariey Holy 

449 Midi Duck Road BayiMa 
1:00 •m.—M^ OooMMinloo 

(ExMpt dui^ reietor't vwattai) 
1^00 «JB. Itnmtui Pnv» aad 



LfMNHA^M 
PUMVtHHAN CMJACn 

L^nfeaNWi VUtape ^^ 
Rav. Mwlaa B. WwMp, A.* MnMN' 

9:43 a.m.— Ohapk ^Otad 
UM a.m.-~M«nuit W«rab|p 

6:30 pm.~-rcmmknMs 

6:3r pA.— Mwiar faigw i N p 

7:30 pja.- 




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ooANAannai 
orimNAZ/uoNS 

S. Court Moaaa W., OsaiM. Va. 
Pari A. ANMI^ fatter 

9:43 ajn.-^aday tehaai 
10:4S ajB.— Momiiii ^^mMf 




7:3© 

«:U pjB 
10:00 ajm — Sat 
1:00 ajBL—Sanrfeca 



EMMANUEL LUIHRAN 

CHURCH 
10100 VHi^ak BaMli •aalpHud 
(Tanporary Wonbip CaMv) 
K^waw A. naaii ffMHV 
9:15 aA—OMiroh ieteel 
10:10 •A.-.Woniiii Im-v^ 
(Nuraary Mr * "" 



BVANOIBJCAL LUniBlUN 

cHUJigi^if tfca GOO wemmmm 

MMie and IM SMat 
Rar. DMaaa Hf. Tailar 

9:43 a.ia.— 4^nA Scbosi aa4 

AduR BMa Oaaaw 
11.-00 «4K.-~Maraiag Wpnk^ 



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11«0 
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All dressed up for 



^ kaoar a 4Mr M iMaa. 

«^ar who tAwm taa mm- 
ttteg auty to HV iteut MaM 
flukaa athara happy. Hit 
Ii^mH «i^Brt%a li afiMiik faiki 
••paMtet la OmuMi to d 

Alt ha mnt gtt UtwiA 

aa Ikia nl|^ annd, tha nu4- 
an Saitav "oMftt" hM to 
roal ta te vi^^ nHMitaf ^ 




cavmmwfXKm 

521 V<a. Baacb MA. OoMna. Va. 

wmtt^m TTa nSMMS^i 

10:00 




MTwea 

COMKiirV C8APBL 

Lagda Ibi. li ^tom Ray i 

9:45 ajB.— 4ua^ Sehoot 
1 IM •M.—MotOm Wkwihip 



1 1:30 a.Bi.-Clittdrw% Oauvb 
7:30 p4a.-|Svarii« Swviea 





CHARITY MrmODDT CRUltCH 

Back Bay. VlraMt 
Rar. WRhim A. Miaai Jr* 
lOKW a.m.— CiMBtli Sobool 
1 1. -90 ajn.>-Moraiat WoiaUp 

Ialm vmmaum 

frtooaat Anaa. Virgiak 
•wr. VtaMk D. JMaaa 

lOiQO a.m.— MonuQg Woolup 
t^m «A.~aRiRh Seteol 
7:1B f«i.~Y««lh FaMgwiMp 



Rayjab PiaaiT 

»M %m-"-'ffonbip Sanka 
9:45 aA.^-Chorah ScM 
il.-00 »«.— Wonhlp S«i4c« 

j— K Ol 

MHIUn 

•tr. JL Hmt M 

1 

10:30 ijti 
Hdy a 
Suaday, 




'AvoooD MCTHODiST 

cmncH 

.49Rap*aatM 

aC Siwfaai 



fm 



Wanhtp fiarvieaa: 1:30 «.m 
a.i&.,a«d tl auB. 
)OMtrc« S^pet for all i«B 



4fc» of Chuidi Scbaai rt 
1 1 mm. far cMMrae vp thnw(h ^ 




IQNa'S GRAWT 
PRnRYTRRUN CttUKOV 

Q>Iow maatias in the KJag't Oiaat 
Eleawatary School) 
RayaMBdC flRla% ftwteg 
9:50 ajp — Sunday Mnol 
U:00 a4B.— Mominc Wonhip 

RAVSIOE FRESRYTERliM 
CHURCH 

Near Robblna Corner 
Rav. I. E. liihniiB. faelw 
9:45 «jR.— Sunday Sehooi 
mm «4B.— Morainf Wonhlp 

Horn maatinf 
Huiia Elementa 

9:30 ajn — Moraiac Wmaiiip 
10:43 ««.^ChurGh Sehooi 



LVNM^RftnCO^NY 

<km$ VUk R oad aaa t IbSe Or. 



9:45 a4B 
ll.-W m« 





tatf idi^yi ^>od 
few newneH of Ufa. It iMito 
(Mtot'i ^rtoiqr oiw death. 

It iinatai aa t^rmiikm^x^ 
tft than who eflAcaee t^ 
Fatth. 

laater pate oM tlilata 
Kway a^ teii^a oat te anr 
— aa ^ la^ anda lai^ 
iM vai4urt — m (M twtA 

And if ^n la a ifitm ^ 
hi^plBMa la vaarins that 
wtm tnmm Wtw autt . . . 
wrt, Ifi oBly I hint o< tin 

thi^MirSMa. 



rnm oMuncH worn au^* mjl. ppm mm mmm m t 

n«aMrthhfci »Mi M t fcc«it MywiimeiuawqMiwfc.ih^ 
«ewa»fcgai>liMlMiWfl<<aOT» mk (y teUiomi^ <l) Mr 

JttwMH at Mt 11 iirii tli «Bl iMMa. m 



f«Mdi4r 



<:l4i t;li.ft( 



Thandv VaiMa<|^ f^W btoriaf^ 
i:8-lt 16:81-6t S:l>t 14:11 



TH^flMAS lA^i Y(MJ K) COM! K) A H/^nE 



RaaHBti BHbhh naaanBea S 
fka9aa4i<«U taadea 



CO., mc 

RrUia.Ya. 



R. L. 6AHUN<^ 






2440 

TaMMta MA 7.7m 



Neii aR w fi. 




CAVAIMI (iAIAOe 

JOHNNY DUDIXY 



He% Rd. R CaraUor Dr. 
DM GA B-lMl 



RtKSW.AimM» 

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10:30 aA-JMlMhla 
Nanaiy ti m 



L^thRd. 

9:45 a.m.— ^teidhy Scte<rf 
ilKX) a.m.-^eattat far Mwaim 



ST. MARaC A.M.& CHtKCil 

llar.D.P.Vril«a 

9:30 aA. 
11:06 ajB.— WonKip Service 



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VOK^ttAMACa 



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mum mmm, romst 




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4Dr Saaiir 0^9. 



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yHMlYlilliAWi 

RoaaeioiR Road and 

WMMtg I. 
9r:4« t4B.*<Su 
U.^ UB.«>ClMacii Sarviee 






49 ^^W3 






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17M Va. ^«*a, WviL — Dial 42g.lM5 



nmm tf, & 84V1M STAMM AT MMCX. CWID STAtT POR iQBI|lP 

- ^ &y, MoUw— Help teiMh tet "^troMut" of y«wn talo Ae prKtkst ol ftrift. Encmmp 
Jtatehttyp^^tesSi^i^SWipieiAiwck — at Ite port me$. m^m fcwv I>«y « 
^A^ Wuh ait fim Mn^ ]pwMl64 I»T1 iw^ • wt»»tt ^td 1^ ^umm Mwcury 
Awwutt, in«k^ htai • Jnniw Aiwommil So r«nind him to l»y t«t flrrt SMmi Stamp thli 
wwsk, nd ke^ on b^iai them ng^rty oM of hii evntaip or pUovrtaeo. 



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FUHNmite . APPLUNCaS 

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VIR 



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Happy Easter! 

The first gata ^ring dinner is 
at EaittrUnie LanA) with tin^ly 
fresh ftuiti aii4^ vegetables, is the 
eiHret. 

lASTER DINNiR Mf NU 
Stuffed RoMt Lag of Lamb 

V4 cup butter or margarine 

1 leg of Uimb, boned (7-4 lbs.) 

2 cupt aemm ImaKl crumbs 
% iewpom «tt 

V4 teaspoon pepper 

1 tablespoon ^ted lemon rind 

1 tablespoon temon Juice 

1/8 cup of minced chutney 

SUvei^ of prUc 

Oven temperature 325*. Roast 

2^ hours or until sticks wry 

tender. 

Pan Gravy 

Pour off firt except 3 tirible- 
spoons. Scrape crisp brownings in 
ihie pan. Stir in two tablespoons of 
n<Kir, blending thoroughly. Add 2 
<mps hot water, cook until SRMOth 
and thiclc, season to taste. 

To ^ atong with Mi <kdicious 



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«4 Jft-snnoth ChavroM Impala Sport Coupa (119-ln. wrtiairttaaa) 



will go 1o 




New Chavaia MaObiitpoflOsupa (115-in. whaalbaM) 



any length 




•64 Chavy S Neva ^rt OMipa (llMfl> whaaibasa) 



to make 




64 (^Mvafr NkMoa dub Ooupa (108-ln, wbaelbasa) 



you happy 



^Ai^ te^ ^0^ ft "kk. mm a Omjwm ttif A Cbgffs 
]^ mai«^?*% yn*^i^*MQ^^aivmiwBatfcCfcflrriAbBw 

S(> DOW yon Iwfe tiw JetHUinA (lfnoli*--l?K M 
tee^, toqMr tD boBpar. llie ite aioM fl^il mMGB ^ A ta»7 
eff,efrotfnothiiigel8edid.Aiidevif7lUi«d8Bdoa^MttiA^^ 

Or TM <an diooie 1^ ^n^ (%my U, m U^4ofl fts^ 

ctf ei^iB (^ S or m^at$Fem ^WAomiam 




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^64 Cwi^e ttlng Riy Spot Ooupa (98*. wrfieelbasa) 

Qmf U (and UMmm. pailBiig n^ten^ with five wliale feet 
lrftom),liatwmittBOim9eeUAl«^<>ndi'0(»n. • 

>■■ 'Om^tob, te^ ^ 90^ 15-foot Oxmt, ao ng^ for so 
mm pa^ Ctmi pr^ in ymbSB^ thftt we've never tondud 
n aeli of ft-niaie^ for tiO^ l&e bic^ rear engines for '64. 
i^ Itt^, Osr«#le--itin 1^ feet ai4«tiU too much^» aof 
true 4K^»€r toVar to nr AO^. 

'ffm ks^ iod ifaort (^ it ii, 3P0a don't have to go to 
any ]au;th to ftid vae^f the siie and price and kind (A 
ear yoa wvit iwk aee ^ five diffgrent lines (tf can at 



y' 



THE amuT maiiwAY 



ISp»lto>^ynr 






CLARK CHEVROLET CORP. 

Vlrffiiifai BMCh, V«.A<» - 607 Seventeenth St 



JARVIS ..o KITCHIN 



RtMbllehMi 1911 
231 VA. BEACH mm, GA 8-7755 



leg of JanA — 
Double C<HMOQinf 
PeaM with mint J€% 
Peaa with mudiroMns 
Nmr I^^toes 
Asparagas SaM 
Biscuits 

Citrus Cor^ige for den«1 
Coftei 

Ifere's the ledpe to IM 

sertr— 

A Florid dtra ^Mer, 
iH'ight and reft-eAittg a 
mibkly's new Widm 
makes the perfe^ ^aa^ far 
spring. This toveUeA of swsniii 
is always symbolhied io ttmkk 
1tomt%, aad an <M-fiirtkiMd 
fk»»llNHK|aet csMbe alwMliffcfid 
wWi freA fruit. noiMa^ $^ 
onnfe sUees aad plump gnpe* 
txvA aectkma font Ibe Momu, 
wh(de atrawb^¥ia» imte a oto^ 
ful center, while a coconvA bot^r 
stailataa a nUle teoe frffi. 

Florida oranges and giapeihilt 
will help keep jm fe^ig fit and 
kxAing as attrac^ve as aptng 
ftowerm tlmns^^ CStnu fritfts 
are tiie b^ natund i^iroe of «al- 
u^e vHMiiB C, nawntiiTOgwd 
hei^ whidi of eewae enirt- 
btrtes to ;^our good lado. Vor iad> 
\xbA taidtt ind vtUttty-H^^B^ 
flummtt-, ML tsA iHates^-^vUMoiii 
C if nee<i^ every <^. 

When buyiiig floMa efBiget 
wd grap^raft, iSlBet vrift ^Mir 
fanda— 4^ f^. The frutt almld 
be firm, welkhaped, heavy 'wMik 
Ittioe, and tUi-^tan^. ^Mi la ; 
a toA ftee, f uetea^ y«ar i^ 
frigefator; (^ffliag fafki^ out the 
refrediing flaviMr of Che f^t 

CHviM 
F%)ri^ gnpe&utt 
noMawaoga 
l^rawlNfrias, weed 
i^oeMri eoeaiMA 

Chm tnitt befova 

Cut off fntpefro'ft 

Ipedite drcular ]siotlo% 

^ oeap aomi^ to nmom 

menArane. To aeetkm pip^i^ 

oit aloBg iUe m mA ^M^m 

Tnmkxum turn ouyde Io atM> 

<Be of eoie. CM <naB]pi Into 

iriicra. MaJci i«dv ei mstfo^ 

and arrange £ntlt ia ^eap <» 

Iptote. 



pieiNttiBg. 




You'll wonder how you ever 
managed without a kitchen phone 

When ^Ni answer the phone without iMving the aauce . . . w vMT wWi a 
frimd while you sanriple the skip ... or ctock tluit radpe right in 
the middle of mixing . . . you'll wonder tow you ever man^jad wittout a 
kitchen extension phone. And whan you see the chearful color, andeount 
the ^eps it saves you every day, ^u'll wonder why you didn't order oiw 
soofwr. So why not call your C & P byslness office, t«id i^ fM- m 
extwision ptone for ^ur kitchen? 
» 




milM 






4»H ^ivit^ 
and Evente 

C. VIUNqB LAY 

Alititint Agert 



"K yew hwe knm^ilp, |^ oihcrt l^t thrtr c«bAn( M it* 

— Fiul^ 

• « • 

Itolto folks— Once afahi Aii column is dedwated to mi out- 
«aw^ 4-H Oub nmnber ia tte City oT Virfiniii Beach. Thto 
week to ftock teUt yon of hw experin^ in *e 4'H ^^m. 
Jde ti rt» President of the Bltckw»tcr 4-H C!irt> wd a junw ^ojcrt 

teadcr in the 4-H Junm- Steer 
Prc^L Here tt Joe's itory: 

*Thcoi^ the yean ttat I h«v« 
been ^EoHed to 441, I liave 
katmd many vali»birth^ tluU 
I will never !«(« « to«| m I 
live. I teve tamed tte tmp«- 
tance dt Itwletihto. Wl^ut adult 
lead«i and joMir ki^rs. 4e 
4-H Cl^ could not exiit. This 
past ^«, I ^M ^lec^ to tM a 
J uniw ^def fw tke Jnatar Block 
and BfWte 4-H Club. (Tliis clu^ 
rait^ beef' cattle for ilKyw). I 
have toaned a gr«t deal % being 
a kinte teadw. Tlierc » a tot « 
enjoyment and wtirf^toi In 
heii^ nm year men^m ^n^ 
th^ ^^1. 

^uctcviM^ B^ inresMem ct om local 

s 1 peat honor and a thrill, deipte Ac tot^woik 

w^ the joo. Here ^in, leadership is i si have 

Att tiw« «• oowiot M* iaco^ wa^ vi wo^»^ to 

__„» ••etini. Oie iwm icwn to w^toct att ofd»ly meeti^ 

Md at^ awne tune make U democt^ic. ^ ....j,^ ^^ ^ 

AiflHr 44i Cfcib vmtmm we lei»4*oui ^ ##^*^ * 

ol Ai^^ menHien »e laiii. I learnt *oot i^i fitf IthougM 

wBM^eris only, imd decided I would t^ tmm on my own •» 

aot M ftM^ect. Ui$mmlixmkmodabm»wim ttwen. keep^ 

a TOMi SSriftd bikhag tea proved «^i 10 m Md lAwrtt 

i 1 V wwe k)t8 of fua. .,. ^. 

%#Mber Im a Uvcitack and fieW crop lann amUjavetakM 

eel that fit wMi what ii btn^ 6om m the term. Thrcwipt 4-H 

A ttt^ I havetearoed to raiae hettw awiet prt^oes, wybcam, 

' beef cattle. 

1 hM. ..«» leaned nuwy thingi ^m cmf Wtw^ 

.Mireo*. Because of my interest in coi field «op«^ 

« on the Land AppncMtmi 4 W^^J cwn* wfomi 

>^«d of MMy ftfaip I^rmr I^^Md to be m me 

i^errnine what type ^ ero^ can be ffmm, or 

OOed to maiw the toil f^v agood nop. Ow county 

u. t. ,:.v aiaa in the i^n^ ai^ I was f«tnnate to 

cksburg du^ Ae 4-H Sioit Owrse to 

oiest;. 

. ,«. .^leinbef ha* giv« «» Aeowortugity to^y 

ithcr people in my com^iWty. *»City^ Vhrgten 

>e State. It has hciprf to to toara new Ailla ^ 

. ;' u »^, ! tinff me to make My t^, better. 




•»♦♦»••**♦•••»••*•**♦**•*• 



ehriitoph«r It MtviiW t WfUMNHM 
p«anut puMMtei T* mafo «Mm ~" 
pcn^ Maek iiil% palntatf aelMora 




™.,4ng 1^ JllVl^ with 
if^fMMH Miiy to Miva a 



club 



VlBfW puM«to laaia M SMiinta w* fWi to iiaf iMi a«i 0^V 

to iBrt» that yw can l»w a smtimI •fttMn^vi^ ^wey ptf^*' 

jnw^ of ««OT«, iw» tmi wM^jmm^ Tea «2.^.^ S 
Mnr miSm lUm taan^ ar aik aieUi« to ^ IW a. " * mv. u 
i^wtfl. aA ^ te 1^ laria 



to 



ihi»t to t 



Joe ^«k 







0»U A KeecNOg 
Vn, Be^ Blvd., 



Apr 

Ar 



«o Proj«^i M< 
OQfda. Claik: 

:t./«ii/;i, ■ T^rarrt™— irt year ^Mf prcqwt 
i\.S«ndbridie, 1:00 PM 
tHB jMpetiiii—Exteiuion De«on- 

a Anne Station. 7:45 P.M. 

-H PubUt Spcakii* Contest & 4-H Council m« 
Municipal Court, Princess Aixnc, 7:31) P.M. 

vu, jld like to join a 4.H Club or start one, O^wt VPl 
^ Oil we, Priwaess Anne Statiuu 



ta^ beatdea i^uatt mn a »«ir 
if MHWvaMMl aetemNb • vn. 
ibAmT^B iBk. flw dMV 
t^ kInA iMdM Xatta tide 
ilMM Si katt «B tte waUB^ 
i^ll viafMMi ant II van fit 
spots on yottr elot^Mt 

iftlap aa tt«M«r. ^ tt«>^^9 
ft ^m el !^n|«par' wi i tabj 

i^^ i to ^«» » ^ii^^>r 

dBitwopwbi 

WHi the ^ of tiM aUsatns 
ant ^ tta «te of tlia tbtaMT pap 

^ Mto la M«a aim^ so ^ 
Sm^ eaa »• ^9aA «Bt0 ew 




Thm. with tb« j«n 1^ Ink. 
«nir Cm^NS Mttt «a» ^^ ot 
the pwttBt Utw waat a mw>i 
to b« trnttipg, enw tha n^tli 

irtda own n«^; aaothar .i^W 
ha.iN^Hr. mm <H»thar<^ 

the "ft^wid" 

Br 
•an Mai. 
tec* vttil 
•ttka a 
ean wn^ m 
cloth anini ' , 
pat«4ipi|Mr 

Thw^aaaeaAJitkaMi 
gipi^iMi^WflJ^Mg 

._ ea tiic Aafwra et eaa 
^r or M^Nr ta Om* on 

tiM mmn of a* aiiMr, 




ttkaMAot 



MEReWY-COIIET 



Conplcte Serviced AB MikmOlOm 
mnip 11^ DBi^fnY 




* Hd«w»t if*8 



INC 



•S7 Virginit B^ BM. ^ yityMa Bat*— ^M^ t1 




CaH: FUEL FEED 

GA 8-4222 



FUEL, FEED 

■■■-■■1' 



nilNCESS AMe STATION 

w..^.;£ anr luu vohsba be&oi q 



I iiiiJi.^ui' 



^— *- 




"-^t 



Every pot you own 
b^omes automatic 




46^ KmtmuL m^mns, »k. 






«» 19m ST. 



^NMII 



WEVf GOT IT- 

REAL aXINTRY SAUSAGf 

HOTOt 



(^Amm4 ^^m \mmmM 

aOTHB, DRY ^JOW 
HOl^SUmJB 



IME 



V\^1I serMJ a s^alist to check your burner M ^0 
y«i how much the Burner-Pak m%Ad ^m^ yew* ^k^# 
atwpalftp-absolu^ no ^rtlgaflai. 



(%Mf» &^ner ^vi» 
& Oil ComiMpy 

OOANA 






with a new f lameless 
electric range 



• Mir lii—nfe 4t^ mAm mH ftM« tlM mrl Tda a loA M 

* * • mB WiyB MBVCDBtt M 

f^wita.hiiii|ifiii M aM|iii7 «t row Um 

tjwMdlfcrMi^it^ iMilt4aMbnillbqri«. 

[ M tafii in qtidHfyinc 1 





<^iiQi|^ Eucrme and 



c^mnr 






YOUR ElUS 

C4I MA 7*2571 
. _ IN ywm krntvK'jnvs now 

CONaeLlbATl HJK DEBTI 

MOKIOGE 
WIS LOAN 

FWJTY CeMMEIieiM. 60 

rnktm^^ m^ m, uw j^g. 











NOW!! 

, yimmA'MACH has a 

3 MINUTE 
CAR WASH 

mm A WONt»fUL NEW IDEA. A CAR 

shampc^ that has a wax base To 

PWTEa YOUR CAR FROM ^dJ ^*AY 
A ND BLOWING SAND . 

29^ It Ar<$k: Avt . Mtmi E. ^Klrkk, Mgr. 

Owners—Eiigene H. and Robert E. Hendrick 



Fedarai Action NeeM 
MMt HousMf Crisis 

Mmhiktram of Hom^ ffrf Horn ttH0ie* 



la tlM ^iMit Mtm in ^ worM, dMre u* 
' ^^ too iMMny ptnoM io owr-crowW honcii 

hmm wiAwit ^t, ronniol w««r m nwdert 
l^ent ^ottag wffl d«teri«i» vaim uAabiU- 

|p )m ^I^ iHMBg aiMMge 



VIRGINIA BBNEM &«i-N«ws. Thw^y, A%ch 26, 1964 

igi ^ m ^ ' " " ^ 




Jtt».S40t ^OR IMMEDIATE ACTION 




^ 



KACI 



OFFERS COMPtETE 1^ ESTATE SERWE 
• RESIDENTIAL SMES 

• coAA^ftciM and m^m$tem i^^mTtEs 

• R04TALS (Ysarly dnd SesMnal) 

•• LANDDEVELC^HNG 
• FARM SALES 
# DEVELOI*^ A^»IT 
• ALL TYPES OF FINANCING 

buildArama 



^^_ Pwriifait Jtkamn 

btf calM far • hi^4Mied ^o- 
^^m m Mid ^r koow* tad 
«• fnmv9 oid fM Mill fit to 
Mw ia. 
Thi MWBt mI M knr-Mst 

k«4D^M <MII# Aat CIMMMt 

ill iMic dMvM i^ «nBot 
- %4i^ed 

_ (J) ^di-' 
«|^ J»m Med, 
^•cii% dt- 
tdl (4) j^moas 
b«* 
by 




1705 y^KW MAD 



438-2W1 ■ 



BROKOS 
mtHkm p. MMAN - JAMB L. ADAMS 



lAo ««M to 

fc^ or ^t friMM hoHRng. 
•ad hoi^-ovn^ b urbaa n- 
deTclopflaeBt afeat who want to 
keep l^etf hoiia^ aad r«habiU- 
tttc ^eai^ wouM b« off««d F«d> 
eal Hfmm A^iKity kwa at 
Wlow-sMurket iaMnrt rattt. 

Tha MBill twaaaimtB dU- 
placad bf urbaa naewal would 
ttcuft financial aid to Kt up 
shop dtgmhtn or a luaip-nun 
mfrtsmu paymiK ^ he It un- 
1^ to May ia hsuiam. 

Thft Pnadant ako prapoaaa 

pragmu for mOitary pmrnaal 

. wbow f uniliea an dl-hoMad, for 

mral aenlot ctti^tt, and iet tfae 

doBC^ iannliAoNC. 



Tbe bill idw autkviM tha 
FHA eo tncouraga cft*^ to 
delay forccknni mor^i^ in 
default becau« ^ circa«*aa«« 
bej^ad the coatn^ of ^ hm»- 
owaet. 

1W Hoosiog Act iMW wH 
bring GoTcrnmeat iato ^«»p»« 
titioa with j^ivate ei^rpriai, 
but it docf offer help to thoae 
who today cawiot afford private , 
homMdw*. mortgafm and 
laadkvds. 

tkt act's finaacial inT^emnt 
wiM ba repml by the oiwa p»- 
ductiv* liT»-«-iptoductiTe ia the 
ecoMBiic wd ws-^eoom^ 
le^i— that nMbiaa of AaaaP- 
caai will be ahla to 1^ 

tie houaag ofitii k hmtt now.' 
But it wiU grow worn aa our 
population ga&^ loWard At 
200 million mMikt «alM wt do 
something. 

As the P^Ment ^ b 1^ 
nMissage: 

"Whether wc achieTe our gad 
of a decent home ia a decent 
neighborhood f^ vr^ Amari- 
caa family r«M, in large mea** 
uiet on tha acticms wa taha 

On» ol tb niMt ksportaat 
leca Coagi^ caa take sow U^ 
to paaa urn Housing and Com* 
munity X)«rd(Opakeat Act ^ 
1M4» 



1^ BOttci ttak m Aprtl 8, 
lOM M ieK)0 am. »t MM Buick. 
loc., I'm mmtt Eatm^ti, Ytf- 
ginia Beach, Vtogiidt, <«« th^ 
exp(m to «te, one 1962 P«d 
Gal^ 4 ir. hA anlil »»*«• 
2XlttlllMft. a^wd ud iwoa- 
sesiid evHn Uny W. atiMr. 
433 HMptel Dctw, Vli]^ 
Be«^ Viiifiirii^ ky wiM « *• 
breadi of « etrtftla condttkM^ 
MlM oQatrMt, 4ited Aiigia* % 
19^. fai piwnMOi tf Ms Ui^ 
form S^M Aet of ^^i^. 

W3LT wncK, tm. 



Ak^K^MOJmm 



10 



tyaclai »MI«aa 



TelevlAjw -- tJied. 
Bottlbt and &M. 

(xmmv/ 

, Ow^ Va. 
Nart tear la fliNiird Oeaoen 
OA 



n T 



.tTaTSTOr.ll?" 



90 ArtWIaa Far Sola 



A * I* DiivwMin fae.— We wiU 
your ar to tf from any 



ALDMIfUM Am«iNG, 9m. ^ 
cettMl ModMMi. Mbqr te Men 
in front <d H^t)ert tbrr^ 
FlorM. GAft«r33. 

nSLgVSiON SETS— tted, ia 
woritinf vmmm. 91# ly. Ouh 
and carry, laach TV Strvtoea, 
422 Vir^aa Beach BM. 
428-7(&l. 



mftM.imjciSfMt 



m Ajttwfi^ Nrwii^ 



AUTOMOT^ 



J. C WHEAT 
AND COMPANY 

MEMBER ^ 
NBW YORK 
STOCJC EXCHAI^OE 

15 SBLOEN AK:ADI 
NORFOLK. VA x 

niONE MAS-43S1 



ynt MJY — SEIX — SWAP 

HIRTZ BAZAAR 

OPEN » to 9 «2t*VCM 
\ FUHMTUHE - APrUA?K» 

ANnQuis 



in HE SHIFTED 
PO BANK MANONi 




^ I Si vmted a stkk dafb 

" I <Hi Ui new car mi he 

4 tfipm^ioriiHeEhonped 

Jar ^Mbdaft io(>--iiM ha 

came to our bank. He 

fyqsad our auto loans <x)n- 

^iBsm^ picxopt aiMl v^ 

low m eost/JTott vM, too. 



OFTORING Ali BANKING M»V1CE& 



# Home Iinprav«B«nt Loans 



# Nigjit Dcpwitory 

# AtttoLoaM 



(At y% ieaA Md 



COMMONWiMtN 

orvNiomiA 

In «■ CMi't OffiM alllia ^ 
cutt QMft af *a CNy af VUiN« 
iM^ an «» lilh 4qf af Mafifc, 
1M4k 
FRANKLIN BAGGJUILY, 

FUriaftiff, 
loalnst 
KAlA BAGOABLY, 

telMdaat 

1^ objact of this auA te to 
tote the depositions in the i^>ove 
fltyied divorce case <m Uaach 27, 
1964, at the law offices <^ 
BrydflM h fcoyies. lt» Laskin 
ilOMl, Profeairitnal Buikliac Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia. 

And an affidavit living been 
made and filed that the defenitai^ 
is a nonreadent of tiie Slato <rf 
Virginia, the last known poii of- 
fice address being: 404 Wyan- 
dotte Street, Shreveport,. Louisi- 
ana, it is ordered tl^ die do ap- 
pear here wMiin ton (10) <teys 
after due publication iwreof, and 
do what may be necesary to pro- 
te^ her hitoi^ hi ttiu suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENimSS, Ci&k 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
^YDGES & BROYIDS, p.q. 
1^ Laskin Road 
Vfi^ija B«ich, Virginia 

8-19-4111 



10 AtflwiMbMM Hr Ma 



Ml. 190SL. 

taMteuMa. flM 4mm. Diid 
4AT-»U, e^. 210. iX ^)4901. 



OjOTHB I^« P0STS-»22.ai 
oonplataly i^alled, heavy 
duty f pMi, with four tinea 
(100 faat), Mt in cMicrete. 
Phone GA 84222. FwT, Paad 
k Building Supi^, Ine. 

PIANOS— Used. Spinets, Grands, 
Uprights. Con^rt I^mo Tunar, 
James A. KeUey. Call ^84237 
7-9 8.m. and 8-11 pji. 



niraa m0^ Mh, 
Near Piping. VNiy 
SuMb for wrntm 
4aN0l6or m* 
fircon 



nxm 



One bedroom, taraisMl iNf «» 
furaiitMd. in and ^ DoiV 
SestoM »sg S^Hk m^WM 



T^xm 2 • t>e<traMa 
funii^ed and uitfiaiiahed 
Nin^y do&in far iMittL ^ 
ply after 3 pA., 2ltf^M ^ 



BUSINESS SERVICE^ 



>0 AM<*"<* tTvtow 



VACUUM CI^ANERS— Hoover, 
Sales and swica. Prompt ^- 
flcient repaira. Pick up and 
d^vary. Phone GA8-^£I. 
Foal Feed & Building ^- 
pUea, Inc. 



93 Housohold daoda 



i\ t«^Wlwf-»^a|wlt»n 




SftllN9? 

iUYIIW? 

tee Laraaaa 
SrnHtf Corp. 
lar vaar hMit 



LARASAN 

BEAL,pr A INSURANCE C^flff. 



^ nwaspMaal 
iMiAniMiAn 




G m 



ma 



AMPLE CAPllAL . . . AMPLE LEt'Dim LIMST 



■ BANK of \^I^INIA BEAOH 




Pacific Avenu© at Laskin Ro«d ^^^kS^t^.^^^ 

1802 M\m^ AvMiue UJ^^AAWir - Dam ^ 

3333 Virffrtw Bead* Blvd. at PHomss 

2208 Waterworks Rwd at Rabins C#mer 
r^ia ^di Bk4 it ^^ans v 









I 




CU$$imD ADVEtTt'SI^N^ 
XATEi 

l^natoirm. m» ^■«lea. %iM 
i« ta St woHn. fc •■« addittsM 
wmA Additfonai conecnlifa a«> 
teM I1.M cmA t^ 



ClASSinn) DimAY: 
$2.N par 



I3J0 par cataM tock chb- 
ktoad aMiws (Taaa. aa« Tfean.) 



DiAPUNB: 
Moadar, M 



lor l^MSi^r 



Tawdwy, 

attioB. 



far 



J«W AND EEP^R WORK 

Pbinyoiig — Stating 

ESedJiical — Air Coslitionii^ 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND Q^CnUCAL 

SUn>IiBRS. HG. 

Phone 4 26-2860 

NOnOE! 
Conta-Mtors & H<ra» Builders- 
Let us help you wi^ that mm 
hon»-HBddtttons— or repairs. 

We GOi fumWi ni^^rkds frmn 

basem^ to i^tic and aid you in 

financing. 

Ftone: KeUam 4i ]^on, Inc. 

(1) ^2661 

428^750 

428-3937 

fe MW.cnMWT 

-- • — — — ^— ^ 



"Spring has Sprung" 
Reui^ioister i^ refiniah ytmr 
fumiture now! Dial ^^^77 for 
free aaamtoi-4iO f^it>OBr- 
late^ mateiiids to c^^ fron. 
Free piclnip a^ deliv^. 
ftiUtop Upiwlstering Co. 

1000 Va. Beach mvd. 

Virginia Beadi Ph. 43^3,11 

•We Buy and Sell Fimviture" 



Ocean Court Itotol hft^mnlSk 
206-19th l^aat W^en<9 
aiwrtn^nta. AH uttlMM tm- 
malM. AlMb 4-ro<M|i aptfl* 
n^ iBi iwidiiiMd roonn. 
Block from An 1^^ ftr 
we#i or m«Mk 



Refriieraton, &«eaeii, atovea, 
liw% room fumlbve, docka^ 
ru|^, booio, bedroom ftumitiir^ 
pui^ radtot, mattrasses, 
aj^ri^ poi^ fuc^Hie, metal 
caMsets, bite - a • bftc, sola^ 
<^ah:a, ch^s, Ua^Mun. Ye« 
name it-— wt ^va It «ad at fea- 
sonid>le fitoai and eaiqr terau. 
Hir^ BazJttr, 227 Pint Colonud 
Bd.. Oceana. 428-TO^. Open 9 
too. 



Fumm^ f>nk wifu^i^M cut 
to 4 bedroon tomea art apa^ 
m^rts. abort wm m jm^ 
Ancbv K^. CaU GAMI21 




114 ttausat For Rant 



Two bedhtiom «otta{^, lamishad 
or unfttmiited. |8$ per month 
yearly, ^i^ot. 'fttopii^ 



115 Hwisat— FwmMMrf 



llHfoaim 



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i 

I 



a 
a 



lr«tisjM«to. I 

ht»teawnri|»fiaHiib f 

ByeceaaiMl... a 

Yaor WalaoeM WafM • 

HflitMa wiB eaU wtdi a % 

ba«fc«taffirta...aai • 

koabMca hMdava. • 

Who* iha aaaaala» % 

a 

OY7-3S44 • 



10 Spatial Wattaa s 

Pitrteot your home from the ho^ 
ror of fire at nigW. UL ap- 

^ paaalH • day. VAT^GUAfU). 
622-9616. ' 

CUSPOM TYPING WESmO^ — 
^ ty«e <^ ^^ii^ to order 
lM|uup:U, bualiisa lettars, en- 
rvelope i^resiln^ Mencfia, ed- 
Mig1rfn|llih iM|cB»c(d]ege 
paduiea; If yen m^ *^^^ 
tarial ao^ce ocettkmpfiy, tvea 
a ^i|^ letter, let lu t«iie care 
of your w«dc RaM «i request 
Call J^iine Prke GA84355, 
211 70th St., Vtf^iia B^<di. 



RUGS— 0x12 tooleum lor avary 
room in the house. $4.95 auk 
and carry ^ d^d^. Wdsh 
Pumiture. ITtto & BaWc 



Two bedroom. AhN^iMioi^ 
1120 month, beat and utiWte 
indeed. AviftiUite Apiil M 
ttfftt JfUM iM; OM tetwMi 
9-10 pan. In Richn^Ml i&>A> 
37C^ 



117 Wantaal Va Mfrt 



40 HalpWM 



jR^^>TK)N]ST - TYPIST. Wm 
po^on in PrinoeM Anne f^rai 
liaa. Dsoire alitn^ve penon 
wte> can meet the public and 
n^MTVise die admlnisic^ve 

' de^iis involved in operatic a 
branch ^tlkx. Ideal worUai 
eo^ttoitt imd bmus. Call 1^ 
G^ 627.^1. Goodann-Segai' 
Uogan iR^Odential Sides Corp. 



9S Lawn-Oardaw SMjjrftaa 

: .. . . III! I r— I — ^1 — p— — i— — 

Grow your own ftuJt ts^ fSWs. 
Free co^ 56-^ rhB^i 
Guide Gatatog in color offered 
by Virginhi's larpst growers 
of fruit ti«es, mA tiaes, ben? 
plants, gr^e vinw and tod- 
so^ phuBt materud. Sal^ 
people wanted. Waynea3KR<o 
Nurseries, W«yne*oro, Vi^ 
^nia. 

""tehlTAL RfeAL ESTATE 



Teacter de^es nnaU anhimiited 
ai^rtment. P«elaiii^ , a e at 
Pr^Mi Ana Pb^. Other to- 
catkns cooainad. Y^i^ tM^ 
al. Oil GA 6-1540 a^ 6 g^ 



Its Rant or Sale 



41 Hatp Wantad-lteia 



Plumbing, «eaUng, and ai^ 
conditioning Snvice men. 
428-1660. 4n VliSiaia B^(A 
Blvd. Princess Anro Plunging 
It Electrical SuppUers. 



43 l^osilion Wani ad F am^ 



W»k wanted. Part thne. Typing. 
FUing. Sals. 9-12. CaU 42fr2730 



BABY STTTB^A}— Days for wiric- 
ing mothws. CaU 428-7430. 



flNANClAL 



EAWIB GWf AR; WWL 'mkVWL 
^ tny^NI thai meata: c&iMren 
or fididt i^rti^ ^i^ca dubs, 
^ureb ^up — folks songs 
from a fihig^n' tootenany to 
eome fesbauned cAd £i^lish 
bidladt. Also squtfe dance ^ 
llg, Wym Ffi^ 211 70th 
^«et, Virgink Beach. CaU 
GA84355. 



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HJ^O I^SONS, tm beginners. 
^ hottw or }^tt]i. ^ 77th 

Sfa eet. 4^-5438. 

F^m^re ^ahred a^ refi^^. 
Antiqtw fumitiire reiAved. 
Jnitis Refinisfaing Shop, ^28 
Great l^k Rd., Virginia S^ch 
^10^. 



53— 1ST & 2ND MORTOAOeS 



FirA and sec»iid nwrtgagm, de- 
v^pments, apaitnwits, n^cteb, 
rysk capMbal. Dehi^rva Mintage 
& Inv'estment Co., Inc., ^70 
Shore Drive, Norfolk, Va. Dial 
Stt^TO. 

U.ASSIf 1^) biSPLAV 



110 Aparfiiwits UnfamllNM 



APAiRTMBNTS — «nri*«d m 
watsPD^daA. AH fitee nm^ec 
Cooper fte^, 604 L«tU]i Bd. 
4Sa-1330. Nl^ 4^6838. 



in ApartmawH fwrwWhad 



One bedroom, living ro<Mn, k^^ 
enette. CeiMsaUy tocatod. BaM- 
OMble rei^ Call GAS4900. 



One bedrown, Wm room, k^ 
dien. Can be seen after 6 a.m. 
to 12 pjn. ftOl 428-2^. 



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NNANCiAL 



lh6TRUaK3NS 

HARDEN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

SrlMMW BaratB. mtw^m 
313- 35th Strtet 



HOMttOWMK 

RcdoM Yoor 
OMMhMlUy 



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$2000 
3000 



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MA 2-9916 — 24 



inL|.tOP HAI>iOB, m ViMy 

1110 per mmn. Ctf 941-I»L 
IMLtesky B^ G» i 4 



REAL ESTATE K» SAU 



128 Real Jst^ W^iwl 

Li^ASAN REALW CORP, 
has two office to anw you. fiiS 
U\0m or ^NllO. "OOl mm 
Man fit»Q Usmm". 

Mat progRN^w 
in the araa wi^ aa 
ataf f to care to sA ^ur «^, 
estate reqpilrfflwo^ Sn^H^ 
a^M for Ustmis aM fltes # W 
typ^ residenttel ^^otiei tt 
Vh-^in Bi^di. fipflott, ^ 
Ct^apeidGe ams. 

^pKieaeed fflBjMan to mm 
you. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 
AUCTIONS 




SUSIi«^ SERVICES 



WIUMM KIU6ROVI 

If^niicttafi hfi 

ftwih C^lMif AccdfAen 

mi^Mk - 428-7727 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOUKT^AST SERVICE 

ANCHOR REALTY 
dA 8-7421 ANYTIME 



Mi^>tAM>SE 




Adc Yaur %• PMclan Ahaul 

THYLOR'S 

<HWb cynoAN 

I34f Lm^ Rwrf, Va. Baack 



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ma^tr wWi the iwy-Ottl, icrew- 
biU ^miady Mit ttw public never 
iite,en«igh of, M urttneM tut 
hteil RriUcUng fenbue. "The 
mmivm^arm of MeiUn J«ms." 
ivhM <xfUM todty at ^ PrtnoeM 
The^«. TOi ii « trortoy coi^nd- 
«r of form^ lil^ "Ito aMg0 
Dog," "T*e AlM^JItoded Pro- 
iMKff" Md "^n of nuMtier " 

Not <miy te "Uterlin Jones" in 
tiM tmdWon of Dlmay't w>nde^ 

sura to be %Mg draw wtth two of 
to most vsmtUi ilars» Twnmy 
Kirk tntf Aiotdte, laraMi «t tte 
top of tlw o^ 1^ fw tte first 
timo. 

l^MUi^, 1^ MH^ the ti^ 
rote, atwtf ly fpew up w tte Dii- 
My tot ud mOm ^ prodneeTi 
wli^ hit l^ecome • top pquAition- 
« b tte eomk: MA. M hto girl 
&imd, ImntfMr, iHm oome^ tsA 
phmn^tl^ Mputer teMMgl 
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ptai'9 ttoughta, e^eciiUy mtm of 
a promlMirt jud^, who teu tone 
myfte^ut tcUvtoin going fcr 
him on the tide end QUI do with- 
out the inentel Mv^dn^ring. 

"nie tey w(mler mhism tooe 
hilari<Mtt tevoc with thli new- 
found ^wer, thm diacoiwn ttat 
hypRt^ can be Juil m ^iUag> 
iAg, tfid the imppy tommy bo- 
glM all over agidn. 

Kirk and Amem v ^m> 
fiM fuppeot tqr cMtes Um 
/mm and Auazt Sn^ Alio lea- 
tund ai« m^ ae^ooid Mento of 
jUui Hewitt, (^aute ^kdsfat, 
D«l MoKennon ud Nonun Gra- 
tKriciki. StMky, a ^Iny^ nMm- 
tey's aroiud ifm tte beat of 
tiiem. 

Aolmt ^y^»n, who ao aUy 
(Mrected "1%e Ateenlliiadedi*ro- 
fmor" and "Son ^ fMbW," 
aMeUy for teu^ faWlad **11ia 
IQMhwituK^ of HfMilB ^OMa," 
■vmi me mm ML tsmt^ pac- 
ii^. t^un and iktai Au^ul 
wrote the anyttlv<aa«ap0«^ 
a^kloes atatif/L 9m MiOtf waa 
<^froducer for WaK Mnay. la 
@^ by TeehAtCQlor, Buwa ^^ta 



TUNNa FILM 
TO ^E SHOWN 

VHWJUWA WACM — A fuH 
color muM film «a tlie ClMia- 
p@dw Bay Bi^>-1^Ml, om of 
the "Me mgUMNim wMden of 
^ modern woHd*', will be steown 
to Vliiii^ Beach Kniglitt of 
ColunMi^ CeuMil Mo. 4<^ Star 
of the Sea Recreation ^Ag^ Ap- 
ril 8 ^ %M pm. Mailman and 
gMats an invited. 

The 16mm. brKS^^iirael fUm, 
which hM a runnfig time of 20 
minutes, iImws tew tba 1900- 
tacutar 174 mtte er»ibig tai 
been coTMtr^ded asoaa ttw «^ 
of tbe aM. "Ae Wdge^uM^ 
sdw^^ad to ifm m ^ apli^ 
of 1M4, (t^Mh^ Aprtt 18) 
qiant the watera M the Ateitic 
Ocen aft tte ai^ ^ (Aaaa* 
peake Bay. A pai< of ^m imtli- 
KHt^ OeMo fllwiy, the nana- 
nHdi atr^turo runs from tba 
Vit^m naialrad to tke tip of 
tbe Dtimw* PMitaiaMla. It will 
cut 90 mlinitea from the time it 
BOW tdMB to ntate the croaaii^ 
^ ^ leny ^atom (Jul baa 
aerved sMtortato and travtfen 
alAce 19SS, 

A^aei in ^ film ^low the 
^mateuctta of the four man- 
mate istenda, the two tuniwl^ 
two teidiB% Md 12 nUtea of ti«a> 
fled roa^vay ttwt maht up the 
engineenng cMnplex. Ammnftiona 
daoM^tiito tew tte toiiati tote 
aaottMa vera towttad iato po^ 
^ on tfie bay ftoca- and c«jq^ 
lofaOer. Tte fOrn 1^ atews 
how Ite bik^^uMal a^ aenn 
andMubMSa tta aeonon^ <tf tte 
Mitim Butom aaateard. 

^gite Baacb 'OOHncU <Mi 
mu^ It taiiialed 36 new nei^ 
bvM, Tte laMiaitkm team eom- 
ol HUl^aadaa^ WlUtem 
Antbo^ Ttmaas, ai^ 
war. Mr. Twwer alao 
aa ^ CkMd Kai^ <rf 
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t Jomrtinn Miltar bM baas aa- 
^ad by KobMl Samdak Aaaoel- 
1^ ^. to W3^ ^Tba Ajui 
Hrtchtoon Stoiy" Iw mc-Wu 
"Profite in Coii^^e** aoM. 

Mra. Hutdiinaon, a ^U^ma 
te«lar In tte J#tw fimfland ^* 
onies, was bani^Nd firoi»tt» ^ 
rMiry of libasi^uaiMa to 1M7 

MiUer v^ a membif of ttia 
<tt^nal cMnpany of "Beyond tilie 
¥tias»" on Broadwi^ mti mote 
gMM <tf ^ ikMetea. 

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by tte tete Prartlaii* M» P. 
Kaimdy, li now in prptoetlM tw 
poiMftatta <tari|^ tte 1M446 

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Slaia SHTtagi ftM^a-^Mat ctedc 
tta'^«e» pr^Mad m ^n^ 19(@ 
tax Nttuim, and te btmds wiU 
to taaaad to fou. This yae, ia- 
if*aal ta UjS. Savta«B BmiAi and 
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LeSLIY OOIII 

Lov^y U^y Oore, be^te tte 
UA of reeorAng aitlM tppevh^ 
iXK^t at tte Akm B. &epard 
Ci¥te Gml^, Vli^nte B^di. in 
tte "W<»I Top to Star Review". 

Anpfopdiing It, tte pettte 
st^vbety tataid tes ^ rocket- 
ed to fame wMi hM tunes iiKlud- 
tag ''It'i Vfy Vuty", "%e's a 
fV)ol" 1^ (auten^ ]m remrdi^ 
of "You D<»t Own Me" is hi^ 
on tte ttst ^ tte bast selling 
ra(^st!a. 

tjOkiy raemtly app^red witt 
tte fahwd $mm hi ttelr Waih- 
ini^cm ^neeit tta was mnMd 
by Isa^ tt«te DMiaziMa m 
tte iwMis ^ taoale vo^tt. 

The "fop llibly" flMW ttaie is 
7:90 PA. !(V tte covert vbA 10 
p.m., a dan<» §oiconmtCQms 
tp^ma^ to tte abow aiet fwd- 
dy Oama, Saito «M Johnqr, 
Jobnny Tilktoon, Barry Oarvtf, 
Gary 'VSr Bowb, phis a ^ 
of €tb»' aitMa. Tktets are tew 
OB aala ttm^hont tti tma ml 
attttttdMofllte^ tte Q^ 
Caka at Virgii^ Beach. 

Ill II i -.ii -| i«<w—w— iiiiiii - i amLj I 

HtSTORIG SITE 
OPENS MM. 27 

and ei^ty^ee years ago, B^» 
di<X Aimid «id Us Brititt tel 
sail^ up tte ilanMe Mvor to 
c^ititn Rktewnd. <^ tte ww, 
te ibrtad WatMfic AppoMttw 
Itoor Md sit k <m fire. Ite an^ 
VMte^d^ psIK «at, but you 
can atiS aee tte ah^ m»ka of 
tte BiiWi gttaa. 

^I^patoiitox thncr win te 
<vpm totte p«iritte oq ItetSi 37, 
vt^en tte eurly nri^ flowwa 
are in taU Mmub. Bi^ on at^ 
btatt overlo^ci^ wh«re tte ^ 
p(ffiaaMHi a^ hmmiAwm aa^ 
in old aty V^olat, tew a part of 
Ihyawtfi, tt is aunoundad 1^ 
iNitow wres of teiMtiM 
§ma^ ^Mh muy vmiawl 
atateand ttew. 

A9p^»^> Iti'Mr ^ ^«^ 
l^ • te»i^fk fouda^B wd 

is op«i to tte pvblle (Ba(^ wMk- 

tey flram 10 ajn. uiM 5-^ pjo. 

and on Su^ays from 1 pm. to 

5:^ pm. 



Rock Mi^m^m 




Rot* Hudson, top tes office 
leading man, atars in "Man's 
f^Morite Sport," whic^ opens 
Wedneaday «t tte Beach 
Tteatre ibr.a towr^gy engage- 



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VIRGIMA KACH, VIRGfNIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1964 



6 Pages 



SINGLE COPYi 5e. BY Ai^Il|$6jW wm ttAP 




CEREMONY MARKS 
ARMVERSARY OF 
SHIP DISASTER 



Erik Ma^llan (rf ^ Nwi^gisn ccMisulMe qieaking M 
memorial t^retHMiy. t/A to r^ht: Hatctett, Kfifdten, Duscb, 
Ann Kristin CMien MKt oMsfflftttn ^ te L^ks* Auxiliary. 

(BaMwin Photo) 

"Miss Virginia Beach" 
Identity Wednesday 



of 1064" 1^ mm M m «i^ 
W^nraii^ nigM whn tte cowt- 
ed eroM vlU te f&r^ on tiie 
Imri of oiw q{ tM H girls com- 
p^ing tor the Utite. 
Hie oownlng will Mte^rtKse lit 

s(ted^4 to git QiHtervnv it tte 
.^n B. iB^ititf CSm Carter it 
8 pjn. wider tt» ^pamoM^ of 
Vm Vi^^iUs Bei^ Juni<a' Cmm- 
bef of Commerce. 

tli« <«rfylaf 0M ^ Bn^MWt 

tl^tw of "JBeauty Aiwad ttt 

W^kl." tiM 12 tfjTls irffl appear 

batm ^m widlHBoe and jtM^ 

in 1)ott tonml fMir and tif^^ 

m^.mA m^ uriS ^ewnitrale 

ho" om paitteittv' ttfavt 

AmA wID lie ^g^ Iv « jmnel 

> of ^€^ 1^ will i^rn^ WMtf* 

/ timmt va0 tte p^^Mt, isr 

, V hor tiMity, eNrai, ^le, Inb^- 

\geflK»«MllMd(a^ 



Jtum f^rtk, 
Mm^ Cret£^aU, lin«a Wooi- 
fa, taKtoa 14M(«. BaAara Ann 
aeed, Piby Mai^, ^theriM 
Fteek, V^di IkMlen, PMMda 
&M Ode, UnAt Bi^ Liiufai ]ie<« 
%ee and Mihy Hillm. 

Three teauty qam» will be on 
husd for the f^iviUa: Joan 
Iw^ Ito Virgil Bm^iid 
mS; »te Vi^lnta ttd ttaa 
Amerfaai. 

J(te OblBm dMipad iha 
Atge lay-Mt awl iriU direct Ihe 
MOm Bant Iv gM«ral 
and B(rt» Cv^bi^ ia 



VQUSlNm UACH ^ <llnil9 
the (UrnbM luker Sm JaclMoi 
ms bitog toiMd to pott FrMiy, 
Virginia Muih |»id 4rihute ti the 
Nonm^iatt aaiJN;^ wlu dM in an, 
wrliier ix90^r'u (he iMrk "Dik- 
Mor" saiA off theae Aores 73 
ymH eariu^r to thi day. 

lA • nwnorial service at the 
a^tiM of the Norwegian *Lidy, 
Cl^y Manager W. RusseU Ha^att 
n^^ed titrteffictoot rescue op«ra- 
tloiu ttn aived the Uvei of 
iriany saiiori in nod^n Mner- 

"1^1 mmt itm when the 
hark '^Dittatbr" founderad off 
our eeti^*' }i€ aa^. 

AIM ^ng nait in tha «B«- 
ttosy ag» mm^ 9nm A, 
Duaeh; MmM^m vi^nge atu- 
4m Annkri^ C^an; Silk Ma- 
grilltn of Vh» Norwag^ consul- 
ate ia n^rhOt; and 4h« Rev. 
I^^aoB W. ^kf irho ^va a 

Utaa (NKMn't hometown te lo> 
csted on^ tksmt^m oMpt not 
tu Aronr tha M^^fl^Mtali 
homt of tha la-Mad Wk w 
eouna Sveaa^ .^tel^en tran^ 
ad tattM e^itfy <» the Nor- 
Na^t trai^ng ahip 
Vn whan tt deUvared tin 
Lm^ iteUM to V^- 
to 19^ 
The M^dies' Auzlliaiy of the 
Virginia Bnch Vobuibar Fin 
Depaitnawt bagan an aawial tli- 

in thf ooUtt a^ «m aMua. Tte 
ceremony waa oarriad out for the 

aieeiutti»athityfu'- 

A OUKW fsmll the Virginia 
Beach nre Deovtmeirt <arrM 
Mf^ WmA ^Uilk. piaa^^ of 
m UMt^ MpMry, Mrs. 1^ 
w(»tti Mnse. Mlal Olaan and d^- 
aMiMaa stviml tain^«d yards 
oft^rt irlMM^he mreath am 



placed. *- ' 

A du^ieate of ^a Nonwglan 
Lti^ atndi in th« p5ri of Moss, 
where Ifetcl^t repr^ented Vir- 
ginia BMch at <«reinonie3 in 
Ift^ at iha two ^t&lues wer9 
aimui^Reouily unwiled. 




wm he ^.50 for the 
aabOon and I1.S0 gen- 
ial wfanMon. Tl^ an <m sale 
m Ite ttaek Aofw ftMtwnat, 
^fl^ 9mm MMmm, Urn- 
itn Bt^, fiim^ narmacy. 
BttifMNNhitin Dr^ Store at 
Ar^lBM,^^ Sev«B StM ftHtauFant 
I* l^uiteven and Bum's Sinclair 
Serrua J^tfion at KeiqppviUe. 





Uttli Tbitre 
Tryoutt Stt 

VIBGS^aEAQH — IVyo^ fflr 
tba Vlrgiait Bbch tiltla TbM- 
tie's fourth play of the aeaam, 
"A SMM In the Darii." ^M cm- 
linue ixadlfiA at 8 p,m. «A te 
Courtyard Phyhouae on 17*h 
Straat, juit off Atlantic A\^tt^ 

liia cast of seven will wqufiPt 
one girl in her 20's; two men and 
wooMn JB their 30's; two men 
tf4 #(MMn in tii«tr ^i 

lira ftandi unii^il|y»t«y 
cofaMy, fl»t preaenl^ Mr lt»l 
WtMl^M Hayward at tm^o^ 
tUt« wKh JuUe Ibrris % the 

im BiMon, praidaat of the lo^ 

tba vtay will be pzwuiti^ 
m^ 74 and 14-1§. AdvtMa ti& 
iBitt MV be ottehted by filing 
Mrs. ime Drtw 4t 4Mm»l. 

Wttrid iittiM 



wiwk 






iii sc^ wBI be repeated Wednesda a Miss 

'964 is crowned Last year's winner, Miss Joan 
tiweu. was tMcmred « the time d her setectic ^ ^" ' »« Miss 
Virsnnia Odh mi VBk Amsriea. Ooioe Fie 



VH^WA l^ACa — Worid 
MWkn ITarit «# ba 4»*v«d U 
the V^jiate BmoIi CoiMui^ 
(^9^ on iMH&iMmA, begta^ 
Sh^iv, the 9«v. KdaM D. 
Waddwiid, i^tor, anwuMsd 
today. 

Special aerrices to consider ^ 
mi«ioiM9Qr activity of the toe^ 
ehufth In Amarica wiU' be hdd 
throughout the week. 

16«i(»ari«s and miaatow^ 
«^alteflmen wBl speak at If aja. 
and 7:90 p.m. Sunder and at ^ 
tama times m iollowing SanAgr. 
In addltieft they win preaent Wr 
messages Monday through ftMay 
at 7:S0 pm. 

Afissonary films wiU be shown 
and reports from missions 
throuj^MNit Ilia srorid wiD be 
heafd. The people of the Virginia 
eaa ue imied to 



PARADE 

WINNERS 
NAMED 

VKGWU BEACH — More 
than lOM persoiu braved a cokl 
wiml and 44Megree tmnpimAurH 
Sunday to putidpata in the city's 
old-teshjoned Baifter Parade along 
«he boanhvalk. 

&t ttw Ay remained <^mF s^ 
the crovdi didnt M^ the chiUy 
att4lMff«, btaasM danHNsn ^ir 

mtHm^mBH. ts tii^ ptomenaded 
In VMlr iktir finery. 

4tadfas, mining with tlM 
crowd, had difficult decisions in 
se^jting winners for' the eight 
cat^cffles. 

Winners were: best dreeed 
woman, Mrs. H^n C. ftuTOWS, 
lie 8ith Street; best draned 
nan, ^hn W. tuhanks Jr., Na<h 
Alaiiton Driv«; best dre^ed rou- 

,^um ^ y*fewbo<^«aij- 

bnt «MmM tiraap lUf, ^hii 
W. Eubanks H, who apjwirently 
foltow^ in his fliths^s footst^ai 
best #»sed teeiage gh*!, Be^ 
Pamell, 716 Cavalier Drive; b^ 
#essed b«9» WMie iMwmn, 706 
2S»1 l^raet; b&i. Araa^ gurl, 
Qrady Griffin, fOO Oivalto' t^.; 
and best dressed fSiqiiy. the W. 
F. Gei^ IQ fainity who took ^ 
suae jnize lut yaar. 

A ipacipi prim went to ^ 
Itt-cWOimi (^mpbell and Mrs. 
C^tmpb^ irbo wore a nnvtchtaig 
ckm ^Ud coat 

Beach PHot 
Injurid Friday 

NOWmK— W. Cmdr. Ge«Tge 
E. XieMuic of VirfiBJa Bei^ was 
in^ired, f^riday when the A-4C 
"acyhawl:'* he was fiiloting 
cfiudied into the aea. 

LeBliUK WW la^Ung on ttie 
nMsar ataxaafi eaa^ USS &a- 
tMfriie, now menmg with the 
U.S. fixth fleet in tiie tfedtt^ 
immR, trtm fte Mse gear of 
his ^t aiitiaft dtUaps^. After 
cootatt ti» ^1^ slE^dSd a<7pas 
the fl^ deck and M into Am 
sea, fbvy aoun^s said. 

Laffisnc, whc»e conation is 
UHad as "good", suffered a dis- 
locKted hip atMl p^tsble minor 
injuries, LeBlpnc and his wife. 
iMim, liw in the 2500 block of 
flws Wint Circle, Virginia BwKih. 

An EcMrprte helicooter was 
over tte ^m^ fij^r in less Han 
a minute. Assisting in the rescue 
irore the heJiwoter crewman, J.