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s alALS StCTIOM 
VA STATE LIBRARY 
RICliMOHO VA 23219 






Viigiiiia Beadi^ 

well's WEATH EK ^^1^^ i||SI 

""^ ffj The Official People's Paper Mjj 

SSM^^firse Serving the wcMrM's largest resort dty £ 

Ommc of Showers Thiiri. T*oi.r#lnii. ^^ ^^H 

iTs-r^-M^. v^lTL?,:! PubUshedforweeM«idi„gMay3,1978 S'^.r" M 



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The Official People's Paper 
Serving the wnfM's largest resort dty 

PubUshed for week ending May 3, 1978 



Two ttCtf OM 




Beach councilmanic politics hettd for a /lof finisli 




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Ray Hlnioii of Judw RomI alMds before Us $1M§ 
coatrilNitioa to the camlMttei of Us choice. "I cu't 
' iffort It," he said, "hat I'm coaceraed with the city of 
Vlrgiaia Beach." He poses at a raUy for caadidatcs 
Saaday. (more photos oa pi^ B-4 aad B-5) 



Loaise Grcm of Prlaceii Aaae Road was fiHm 
evMryMC aboat her caadidate at the rally for the 
teari|NHrt tl^w^tuntey at Aldo Farau (more photai 
oa page B-2tad|F-3) 



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L6w voter turnout i 
expects for May 2j 

By Pam Vandeveer 
SUN News Editor 

Virginia Beach voters can pick six persons out, of 15 
candidates running for city council iil the May 2 
election. 

No matter what borough yoii live in, you may yote 
for one candidate from each of the four Virginia Beach 
boroughs up for election, along with two at large 
candidates. 

You must go to vote in the precinct in which you live. 
There are 36 precincts in the city. 

Mrs. Cleta Liverman, Virginia Beach voter registrar 
explains, "If a person has moved since the election last 
November and hasn't notified this office, he can vote in 
his old precinct. 

"If anyone has any doubt as to where they should 
vote, they should call this office at 427-4667," she said. 

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday. 

When asked how the voter turnout is expected to be 
on May 2, Mrs. Liverman replied, "If new voter 
registration is any indication, then this election will have 
a low turnout. We've only had about 1,(XX) new 
registrations since the last update, and that number is 
very low." 



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Police appeal to council for pay hike 



^LeeCahill , 
Public Affairs Writer 

A Vir^a Beach police officer, charging 
intimidation by City Manager George L. Hanbury] 
comfdained to city <x>uncil Monday afternoon that 
police personnel will receive ^ pay raise during 1978-79 
of less than five percent. The police want a 10 percent 
inanse. 

Douglas W. Aydiette, who said that he did not come 
as a police officer but as president of the Fraternal 
Ordo- of Police, Princess Anal Lodge No. 8, asked for 
ponussion to speak at Monk's meeting rather than 
wait for the public hearing on the budget which has not 
been sdieduled. He said that he felt that "I have the 
same rights as other citizens" and asked for permission 
to speak. 

Hanbury apiMuently thought otherwise, Aydiette said 
that in a rei^it i^one call from Hanbury, Hanbury said 
that he would be speaking as Dete(^ve AytUette, not 
top i»re»dent Aydiette. Aydiette feared losing his job 
because Hanbury said on the telephone that he would 
take discifdinary action. Aydiette said that one 
(falMUlment haul had been fired for taking part in 
pc^tical activities. Hanbury later denied the charge. 

The police waot^ to be heard before the May 2 
Councilmanic election so that they would know where 
council monbov stood on the salary question. 

CouKtlman J. Cucts Payne told Aydiette to continue 



speaking since he had already begun, but no assurances 
Were given concerning his job. 

A public hearing on the 1978-79 $152,633,881 budget 
will be held next month after he Councilmanic diiction. 

Following Aydlme's presentation Reid Ervin,former 
council member and a candidate in the coming election, 
said that he defended Aydlette's "ni^t to speak." He 
added that he could recall no bu(^ which was 
changed, once at the public hearing stage, to grant 
anyone a salary increase. 



AydlBttesald lie fait that "I hava tha 
same rights as other citizens" and 
asked for permission to speak. 



Aydiette said the city's {dan to give polkx a 4.7 
percent pay raise on Oct 1 and ant^hor 4.7 percent 
increase on April 1, 1979, will add up to le» than a five 
per(xnt increase during the year. He asked that the 
police budget hearing be movoi up "so wdU know what 
to export." He said the police had und^stood they 
would get a 10 percent increase in July 1 , 1978. 

Councilman John R. Griffin asked, "Who told 
you?" 



Aydiette answered that Mayor Clarence A. Holland 
did at "the FOP meeting the night the candidates 
spoke." 

Griffin said that the police may have gotten the wrong 
impression from the media, but that it Was clear to him 
from the beginning that the incrrase was five percent . 

Dr. Holland said that it was not his intention to give 
that impression. 

Hanbury said that with the reclassification plui 
adopted by council, police officers with six years tenure 

who pask the master police officer's or sergeant's exam 
may get as much as a 10 percent increase. Some police 
officers, with a combination of increases, may get as 
mucii as 25 percent more during 1978, he said. 

Hanbury said he tried to take into consideration all 
employees. Hanbury said he told Aydiette he would 
I»-efer having the police appear at the public hearing. He 
said he told Aydiette that if he did appear, he should 
conduct himself in a gentlemanly manner, which, he 
said he did. 

"All employees should be covered by rules and 
re;gulations," Hanbury said, "and no group of 
employees should be treated differently than anyone 
else." 

Hanbury has recommended salary increases for all 
dty employees of five percoit starting on Oct 1. and 
another five percent starting on April 1 , 1979. 




Vote for th« candidate 
of your choica 



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The Vif|{lnia Beach council race 
Is coming in for ■ final wind-up 
this week. Information on 
candidates is on page B-l. and 

rallys are on pages B-2 

throi^[h B-5. 




Sugar Ray Leonard was at the Dome Boxing last 
week. SUN photos are on page A-6. 

It was a "symphonic" afternoon last Sunday when 
the Beach Pops Symphony i^vr a concert. The review 
and photos are on page A-7. 




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"Home James... fa^e it in style. 



Robert White Jr 



ByJoaaC(Mes 
SUN Editor 

^ Life in the fast lane for Robm White Jr. u tooling 
down Athmtic Avmue in a 1977 CadUliK toousine. 

C^^ing from (»nc^ to coac^ with Jtrftt Denver. 

Or part3dng with ^e Uk« of C3iarlw DtsMs and Boz 
Scagp. 

But ft*« all in a day's work for the 22-yeaf-old 24th 
areet resident. White works fw his fvUm, Robert E. 
White, and Robwt L. Da^ who own Celebrity 
Limousim, a sernce which providfBS rented 
transp(»tttion f(x- we^Ui^ ^^nb, ^ VIFs. 

n^ ser\ice oms a !k^ trf six i^Hlml 1977 aiul 1 978 
C«liltac liiMttsih^ as «^ M 1^1^ ai^ busses. 

The shiny, black lunowiiHS are n^ty pluth. They 
have i^NmUe s^eo s^^, j^M «wpet aiKi seats and 

a ccnqfo have i^m^, A«I aB ttnw loUT^ vmm. 

"It's the only OM in Ae ««." White said. "And 
anybody can rent tton." i^s^^ng to HWte, tte 
sCTvice &m. dq)«Mk m tte aoMwu of tin^ ^ 



UmousinM are rented for. And the farther the limo go» 
from the Tidewater area, the more the fee is. 

The service usiudly books two or three comets a 
month aiKi sometime books as many as five. Celebritiw 
rait the limos for one concert or can ^ them for th«r 
^ncCTts throv^out Uw ^te. 

The service has only beai operatii^ since last fall and 
does no wlvertitti^. Y«, somehow the word is gating 
around. White ^fcnt Art Garfunkd from his amcert in 
Norf<rfk to his cowert in Washington, D.C. and 
chauffered Dan Fo^lberg, Wet Willie, Ted Nugent and 
recently Little Feat. 

"The utmost tUng for betag a driver is providing and 
keeping safety tor the di«it," White explained. Routra 
are nu^oA out ah^^f time, quick exits are made, 
and above aU, diso-^M^h absolute. 

"We provide the finet in <tiscrimating taste," White 
not^. "We iMvt to keep ttak ^liwry." 

Wtei White was in Roanoke with Shawn Cassidy, 
tttt ^cMeoi was getting Cassidy away from "all the 
Httle ^h tr^ng to fiwi him as he ame out. Head 



security saw w^t was goii^; oa and decided on a side 
edt. He radioed ahead of time to us and we got him out 
without any ptcMmu." 

Fms an son^n^s be a real problem, acc<»ding to 
White. Wtoi he aw (Mvi^ Bootsy's Rubber Band, a 

fan "offered me $100 to ^ her which hotel Bootsy was 
in." Of courw. While ^'t. 

White e^^j0i bis work. He not only drivey tat he 
handte t^ burinm transaction as well. "It's a lot of 
driving,'* he saki, •♦. . . plus you have a r»od time." 

"We have people yeU at us all the tima, but it's 
wnially some fidhire in communi<»tion. Scmie we prima 
ttonw, \m jmm have beoLpretty nice." 

W^ taket pride in his work and is constat^ on the 
Uxkont tot <«her UnuMni»s in the ar«. % now, 
tlMy're in his blood. 

"We've be«i txM by John Denver that we've pA the 
bflS teMiiiK acrvke on the East Coast," haa^with a 
iwwd smite. 

WvA White tt the wheel, they go m style. 



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VIWaWA BEACSSUN D WEDNESDAY, APBIL M. Wl 



A Jriend remmib^red 

The hM year has flown %. Last year I was in the 
nxNintidns and mm Fm at the Beach. 

He was tho-e, as frioids so often are. Constant. We 
diared a good d«d tc^ether . . . doae friends, parties, 
seowt jokes, mraUMin. 

&it he was a Iovct bf life, a fast paced lover. He 
thrilled to the glories of life, sunsets, heights, speed, 
danger ... the "highs" of life. 

Always living for the momoit. Yet barely stopiring to 
g^ce at the now, he was always looking forward to the 
new and exciting. 




leoA Coole/ 

SUN Editor J 



Up on the mountain peak, when the sun finished the 
day, he was at home. The cloaeneu of frieiKis.and the 
joy of sharing an experimce that meant so miKh to all, 
was a time when he found peace. 

Bdng young and free, he skipped through life with 
a special caring. His friends were scared and he treated 
them so. They were his priority. 

He loved the Beach ... the sun, the surf, the sand, 
and the life. 

He was young yet he lived fully and strongly. He had 
a lot to give to those he left behind. 

And on the anniversary of his new life, I remember 
what he was . . . and is. 



Up in a puff of smoke 

The locals appeared to be having a great time at the 
^ Azalea Festival "Friendship of Nations Night" held 
H last week at Scope. 

z And who wouldn't? There was plenty of good food, 
i good drink, good music, and good company. 

1 The event was held to benefit the American Cancer 

2 Society, a fact that ended up to be more signiflcant than 
z I had at first imagined. 

1 We were sitting at our table flnishing up some 
^ delicious cheese, when the woman seated noct to me 

2 lan«i over and confided to me. 

I "I am just dying to smoke a cigarette, but I don't 
i dare, since this whole thing is for the Ciincer Society," 
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I it wasni until then that 1 notic^ liow cldb- the air 
" was in that large room. No one was smoking. 

I wondered how long it would last. Throughout the 
: evening, several people commented on how they'd like 
_ to smoke, but they felt guilty about it. 

As the hours passed, however, Uie resistance slowly 
^ wore down, and one by tme the crowd began to light 
^up. 

"^ Of course, they were discreet about it, holding their 
^cigarettes low and making furtive glances to see who 
was watching before every puff. 

By the end of the evening everyone had pretty much 
. reluced and were smoking as they pleased. But the air 
; had suyed remarkably fresh due to the smokers' late 
; start. 

i If you like to socialize, but also like to be able to 
s breathe while you're doing it. you should attend next 
: year's Friendship of Nations Night. 
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National Secretaries 
honor a week of service 



■ The National Secretaries Association services as the 
I sole sponsor of Secretaries Week. This year Secretaries 
i Week runs from April 23 - April 29. Secretaries Day 
i fidls on Wednesday, April 26. 
I Ac«)rding to the NSA, the "purpose of NSA's 
: ^nsorship of Secretaries Week is twdJTold: The first 

• ittent is to remind secr^aries of their responsibilities to 
Ithdr profession; the second is to brii^ recognition to 
;Ma-etaries for their vital role in business, indi^ry, 
: education, govownent and the professions." 

i The NSA was founded in 1942 to fulfifl a "spokes- 
t awhority role" for professional secretaries. Currently 
I die association is involvni in num^ous (»^oing 

I pK}j«»S. 

i The Certified Professional Secretary program (CPS) 

• uttroduc^ a professional a>une of study and the CPS 
: candidate must pass a comprehemive two (ky ootifying 
I ex a m i n a ti on. Three Tidewater chapter m»nbers are 
I |»naitly sitting for the CPS exam. 

: To help |H-ovide better train»l poionnel in business 
;tte^AsponH)rs the Future Seovtaries Association 
|(FSA). SchoIarshi|» are availal^ to outstaiKling 
l^nobers of the FSA. Other activities the association is 
ioMtinuously engaged in are the NSA R^»rch and 
IQduattiontf Foundation anf tte publicittion of the 
I 'S^etary*. the association's officia] mapzine. 
I TTk profwsionalism promM^ 1^ the NSA is of 
•M^ow b^Kifit to the fundtimui of office mtoss 
|tte wimtry uid ^retarte Wedt Uk fitting tribute to 
iti^ (wof^onal "executive assistants**. 



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Virginia Beacii SUN 



Opinion 






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Progress in Virginia Beach 





Sand Is going 



Town Crier: 

I see those sand trucks running up and down the 
beach all the time. Where are they going? 

Nicole James 
72nd Street 

Litter is no lielp 

Town Crier: 

You'll never believe what I saw a Virginia Beach 
puUic servant do last week. 

On Vu-ginia Beach Blvd. a trashcan had fallen over 
on its si^e and into the street. The trash was bundled 
up in a plastic bag. 

A city policeman st<q)ped traffic by putting on his 
^linker and proceeded to move the trash can out of 
the street. Apparently, so he wouldn't have to touch 
the trash, he kicked the bag out of the street. The bag 
busted open and the trash flew all over the 
yard,... and street. 

Thanks for the litter. 

Alberta Edmounds 
Virginia Beach Blvd.' 



Readers 



'Residents of BIrdneek no longer lacH -iron- in tnoir aiots' ^. 

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Crj to tiw SUN. Wc Hkc to hear yoor gripes. Frooi tbe 
IRS to tlw grocery store dcrk. Fran a pwUog jun to yoor 
■eighbor'i iMwIlBg dog. Or naybe tke price of Virgliia 
Beach ihrii^. Or Jut Hviq la Virgiida Beach 

It% aa opea fonua lor what YOU alwajri wanted to say. 

ScBdttto: ! 

The Towa Crier 



The Virginia Beach SUN 
131 ItoseBMBt Road 
Virgbria Beach, 23452 



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Cancer Society get s patients ''bacic in swing" 



There are more than 3,000,000 Americans who have 
had cancer and most are active and free of any 
symptoms. To help new patients "get back into the 
swing" the Virginia Beach unit of the American Cancer 
Society hlu some very sp«nal rehabilitation programs. 

"We try to make the added life that medical science 
can give as enjoyable and active as possible," said Dr. 
Norma Magpoc, service chairman for the Virginia 
Beach unit, "and we do this through rehabilitation 
im)grams that make use of people who have had cancer 
and adjusted well, a;id can truly encourage and 
motivate someone just going through the cancer 
experience." 

For example, in the ACS "Reach to Recovery" 
program, a woman who has had a mastectomy (breast 
removal because of cancer) visits a new patient in the 
hmpital. The visitoris well groomed and is able to offer 
living proof of how normal a woman can look after 
breast surgery. 

The volunteer brings exercise equipment, bathing suit 
lists and a temporary breast form to be worn in the 
hcMpital. She is well prepared to discuss personal 
matta^ - for example, how to discuss breast surgery 
with a teouign- daughter. 

"All of our rehabilitation programs are done under 
medical sup^vision, and each "Reach to Recovery" 
visit, for example, has the written permission of the 
patimt's phy»dan," Dr. Magpoc said. 



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In some communities, the ACS has a similar personal 
rehabilitation program using voluntMr visitors for 
patients who have had surgery for bladder or colorectal 
cancer. In this type of surgery, a new opening is created 
in the abdomen for the elimination of bodily waste. 

"Here again, our volunteers demonstrate the fact that 

• a person can look perfectly fine despite surgery. As they 

tell patients about their lives, they make it clear that it is 

irt)sohitely possible to work hard, travel, engage in 

sports - or romance - despite cancer," she said. 

Fot the man or woman who has lost a voice box 
(larynx) to cancer, the ACS can help in re-training a 
patient to speak again through another method of 
breath control. The ACS sponsors the International 
Asscxnation of Layngectomees which comprises very 
active clubs of people who have had this surgery. Here 
again, it is a matter of patients helping each other. 

"Each year, the ACS offers rehabilitation services to 
more than 175,000 patients nationwide. The services are 
provided free of charge thanks to the dedication of 
volunteers and thanks to funds provided so generously 
by the public. 

W are now holding our annual educational and fund- 
raising crusade in Virginia Beach" Dr. Magpoc said, 
"and we are asking our friends and business associates 
to contribute geno-ously so that we may continue to 
help today's patients while supporting the rwearch that 
will find tomorrow's answers to the cancer problem." 



TheOndai 
PE(MPLEfl NEWSPAPER of VAONU BEACfl 



HANES BYERLY 
President 

JOANOQATES 
EdUor 



TOMMY DREW 
General Manager 

PAMVANDEVEER 
News Etftor 



DALEBOCmE 
ClrcBlatifla Maai^er 



Published every Wednesday by Byerly Publicatioos 
with num office located at 138 Roaemont Rd., Virginia 
Beach. Va. 234S2. Second class postage paid at 
Lynnhaven Station in Virginia Bea^. 32-week 
subscription by niaU:Ji7.00. 



Clocics move forward on Aprii 30 
as dayliglit savings time returns 



With the return to daylight-saving time reducing early 
nK>niini viutriUty, Vir^nia B«ich motorists ne«l to be 
espegMlly watchful for pedwtrians, joggers and school 

"Chi Sunday, April 30, docks will be set Oiead one 
h<wr, reducing light during the early morning hours," 
Sttd Jdm T. Hanna, director. Highway Safety Mvision 
^ Vir^nia. "Since motc»ists are used to driving in the 
Inright nKKnii^ sun they must now be i^uticularly 
w^ful for otho- highway uso-s." 

Pecfestrun clothing (toes n« reflect ^ugh li^t to 
aUbw motorisu to see tlM pet^trians until it is tcK) late, 
i^^xmling to Hanna, "At today's hi^ sp^s, even 
white ^mUi^ is not bright oKHigh to ^nm motorists of 
a ^daitrian in tte n»dway." 

Peckitrians can impro^ thdr visibiUty by wiring 
relto^ve clothing. Reflective matmal comm m atim 



tape (X sew-on strips. "The reflective material returns 
heM^ht bouns dir«^y to the driver, is reflective up to 
300 tVBl, whkh idlows the mcHorists time to avoid tlw 
pedestrian," said Hanna. The reftec^ve stri|» can be 
purchasMl in fabric or dei^rtment stores . 

Refl^rtive strii» are very important for the j(^er, 
who must follow the same rules of t^ tfmd as 
pedetrians. "If jibing befcve or aft«r work, try to 
find a road that is not heavily travel^!." lulvised 
Harma. "If ^u must j<^ cm a ro«l withcmt slttewalks. 
try to find a rc^ with wide shoulden and j<% fadi^ tte 
traffic." 

ChiUi^n waiting for the school bus frequoitly do not 
l^y^ttmtion to traffic. "Oftoi diildroi b^n ^ying 
white muting for the bus and run into the stre^ ot dhA 
actcm the street without looking when they are late f&t 
the bus," said Hanna. "Motorists should drive with 
«tra caution whoj jMSsing kIkxiI bus sto|»." 



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F^pihey 

exhibits 
photo 

Virgiiiia Beadi lAoto- 
gr^^ loim Piliey ia «c- 
hiblting a i^iatagrqli of a 
midUurd dude at tlie ^K^diita 
fiiteroatiomd ExUl^iao of 
Phototrqiliy. 

The color slide was talteo 
by Fahey in Virgiida Beadi 
and was selected from 
thousands of entries from 
pluitQgraphers around the 
world. 

McNair 

earns 

citation 

David I. l^lcNair. S609 
Fanshaw Court, earned a 
citation in the Metropolitan^ 
South Floritht FisUng Tour-i 
,nament when bt cai^bt a 16 
lb. 8 oz. barracuda in tlw 
12-Pound division. He fished 
out of Key West. 

He also receWes a jacket 
patch and year book with his 
certificate at the dose of tlw 
tournament. 

Fischi 
passss exam 

Stephany Fischi, book- 
keeper for Estes Realty 
Corporation in Virghiia 
Beadi has passed the 
Virginia Real Estate 
Salesman^ Examinatioq. 

She plans a career in real 
estate brokerage manage- 
ment. She is a 1977 honor 
graduate of KeUam High 
Sdiool hi Virginia Beach. 



Job file 
available 

The Summer Job 
.^change File sponscved 
by the .Virgiiiia Beach 
Public Library is cuRently 
avwlabk for use by 
members of the community 
who are searching for 
interested youth to perform 
jobs around the house. 

the Summer Job 
Exchange File is available 
at the Windsor Woods and 
Great Neck Branch 
Libraries and have Ustinp 
of jobs persons ten years 
old and over have 
registered to perform 
throughout the spring and 
summer months. 

Tbttt are curraitly over 
1^ persons repstered in 
the file and jobs to be 
performed range through 
the following: babysittins, 
car washing and nwdng, 
4og iraUdng. 

housekeeping, garage 
cleaning, burdening hdper, 
ir(Hilni, lawnmowing and 
raking, music lessons, pet 
sitting, plant sitting, sewing 
and mending, tutoring, 
weeding and trimming, 
painting, silva polishing 
and window crashing. 

The libraries are 
responsible only fot 
providing the file of 
information and assisting 
in its use. The library is not 
responsiWe for scheduling, 
dct«mination of sakrte, 
quality of work perfdmned 
or any iigur^ rdating 
from the woric. 

It is hoped that many 
memben of the conunu^ 
will make use of this job 
file so ttot young pe(q)ie, 
who have takoi an 
affirmative st^ to indicgte 
their willingness to work it 
odd jobs, will haw tlM 
on>ortunity to qiend a 
constnn^ve ^1 useful 
ranuno'. 
' F<a ftafther dcUOls 9a 
this {m^im and f c^ 
information from tlw file, 
invested pawia dunAI 
call the Windsor Vtoo^ 
Brandi at 340-1043 &t the 
Qr^ Neck ftuch at 481- 
6094. 

The file U still open to 
any intnested ymiv 
people who w^ to re^ier 
tot jol». Howev^t diey 
mutt go into tlM litawks to 
regist^ as no rt^nrtk^ 
will be taken by phone. 



Country life could mean 
having pigs as neighbors 



ByLeeCahiU 
Public Affairs Writer 



1976 from city planner Robert S<btt referring to 
contemplated changes in inning, but nothing has been 
done. 

Morrison said that approximatdy 22 families live 
within a half mile of tlw farm. The area is not a farmette 
type of community, Morrison said, and most of the land 
is under cultivation. 

The waste of the thousand hogs is equivalent to the 
waste of 18,000 peofrfe ~ ail going into an open pool. He 
said he thinks the farm will definitely be a health 
hazard. 

E. Gray Simpson of Sandbridge said that "we are 
talking in terms of zoning as restriction proposed to 



Having pigs as neighbora is a part of country living 
som%country lovers don't Inu'gain for. 

Aside from esthetics, thore's the matter of pollution. 

In any event, the North Bay Citizens for, 
Conservation want the City of Virginia Beach to enact 
some zoning regulations which would protect the 
residoits and the pigs alike. 

At present unda the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance, pigs are pomitted in areas zoned _ 

agricultural. Changes suggested by North Bay Citizens protect people from hogs. Some protection needs to be 
and being studied by dty planning include 8iven to protect hog owners from proplc who are 
reclassification of some areas to include heavy opposed." Feed lots are pcrriiitted anywhere zoned 
agricultural sections to permit swine or the provision of agricultural, he said, but added that principal and 
a use permit procedure to raise swine. conditional uses should be considered. 

James Morrisson, representing North Bay Citizens Operators of feed lots tave been in business for a long 
for Conservation, Monday afternoon presented council time and are part of the industrial base of the city, he 
petition containing 148 names of residents opposed to said. "They must know where they may operate without 
tiie feed lot planned for 3568 Muddy Creek Road. having us harrass tiicm." he said. 

Morrisson plans to move next week to his home on 21 Saying the city was working on ordinances, 
acres at 3501 Muddy Creek Road, near to his home on Councihnan Floyd E. Waterfidd Jr. said that "bemg a 
21 acres at 3501 Muddy Creek Road, near the projected rural area, there's some justification for having feed lots 
"Nutrma Hog System," an enclosed feed lot on here." 



concrete floors, which is parUy roofed with an open 
U^gpon for containing waste. 

The State Water Control Board approved a permit 
for die lagoon for Midiael Mdggs to have pigs on the 75 
acre parcel. Meiggs does not live on the farm. 

Morrison also presented a letter from the Sandbridge 
Beadi Civic League opposing the f^rm for 
environmental reasons and a copy of a letter from the 
Virginia Wildlife Federation complaining about 
permitting animals so dose to Back Bay. 

Morrisson said he understands that about 1,000 hogs 
will be kept on the farm. 

Morrisson said that he didn't tiimk that the Water 
Control Board did its duty of protecting the Back Bay 
and Sandbridge sports fishing and wildlife preserve. The 
dtizens bdieve tiiat the run-off from the pig farm will 
pollute the bay. 

Morrisson said that he had a letter dated September 



Mrs. Maxine Graham of Sandbridge said that the 
Sandbridge Civic League supported the North Bay 
Citizens Group. She said that there seems to be little 
that can be done about the Meiggs farm, but that the 
city should take steps to eliminate future problems. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said that the 
Health Department reported that animal waste was not 
as dangerous to human health as human waste. He said 
that the Health Department would on request test the 
wells in the area to determine whether they have been 
polluted. 

Councihnan John A.^Baum saw some irony in the 
situation that some pebple who build houses and 
restaurants in Sandbridge on Marshes have also 
polluted. 

North Bay Citizens are also considering action to get 
the Water Control Board to reconsider its approval of 
the lagoon. 



Dogs become victims of discrimination 



ByLeeCahiU 

:ju.a ,ii^«^a^gtiffair8 Writer 



Dogs and dog owners at the south end of the beach in 
Vhrgima Beach are bdng discriminated against. 

Or so believes Janet S. White of 341 Lake Drive, as 
she opposed passage of an ordinance banning dogs on 
the Boardwalk and adjoining grassy area from May 15 
through Sept. 30 of each year. 

Since the area runs from Rudee Inlet on the south to 
42pd Street on the nortii, Ms. White considered it 
discrimination against dogs in that end ~ the south. 

Unfortunately, Coundhnan Robert R. Cromwell, 
Jr., has memories of jog^ng where dogs have been, 
causing him to "feel like O. J. Simpson." 

"I don't think joggers like dogs on the beach", he 
taid. 



Mrs. White said that the ordinance, considered 
Monday afternoon, also reads as though it wouUl be 
all right for dogs to walk along the forbidden path if the 
owner carried a shovel and doggie bag. 

Cromwell said that he spends time on the beach 
summer and winter and he has "yet to see a poson 
following a dog«rith a bag." 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said that the 
Lifeguu-d Patrol recommended the ordinance because 
of the congested condition of the boardwalk in the 
summer. People use the grassy section to lie on, 
Hanbury said. 

Coundlman John R. Griffin said that there fwe 
sufficient areas to walk dogs without using die 
boardwalk. 

The ordinance was approved unanimously. 



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recently installed dfioers for 
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included: Nfrs. R. J. KlciQ- 
stine. president; Mrs. R. C. 
Pancoast, vice president; 
Patsy House, seaetary; 
and Mrs. Qeri Mnroe, 
treasurer. 



The sorority's •Xarl of the 
Year' award was i^esented 
to Nfrs. S.E. Klemstine for 
her outstanding service to 
the organization durmg 
»77. 

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membership were: Mrs. 
Steven Lafata. Mrs. 

Kathryn Leon and Mrs. 
Harold Soltis. 



My roots are implanted 
in Virginia Beach, I 
was born and raised 
here — Virginia Beach 
is a very special 
place to me. 

VOTE MAY 2, 1978 



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yiBSmiABEkCHMMAHAC 
CORRECTION 

Oa Wednesday, April 26, 1978 the Uly of Vlrsinla Bmh in a 
sappkmeiil lo the MrgMi Bmc* Sm distributed at 24 page booitlct of 
facts and figures entitled Jke ¥ktU» iMeft Mlamae. The wrong copy 
was iMdvertenlly run regardiag CourU. The correct copy is as follows: 

Virginia Beach is in the 2nd Judicial Circuit of Virginia. There are 
three categories of the judicial system, these include the Circuit Court, 
General District Court, and the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. 

The Circuit Court is the City's only court of record, with JurisdicUon 
in cases Involving criminal law, dvic law, and chancery. The Circuit 
Court has final authority in the affairs of all other courte. There are five 
Circuit Court judges each appointed to an eight-year term by tlw 
General Assembly. Court sessions begin at 10:00 a.m. Monday through 

Friday. V 

The Office of the Clerit of the Circuit Court maintains all court 
records. Office hours are 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. 

Tlie General District Court Is not a court of record, with jurisdiction 
In cases involving misdemeanors, violations of city ordinances, minor 
dvH suits and preliminary bearings in felony cases. The Traffic Division 
hears all cases Involving traffic viotollons. In some dvil suits, the 
General District Court has concurretit jurisdlctfon with the CIrcuH 
Court. There are three full-time judges, appointed to six year terms by 
the General Assembly. One Judge serves tte Clvtt DIvMon, one the 
Criminal Division and Traffic Division. Substitute judges are appointed 
by the judges of the Circuit Court. 

The General District Court schedule is as follows: Civil Court, 
Monday through Friday beginning at 9:00 a.m., Criminal Court, 
Monday through Friday be^nnlng at 9:00 a.m. and Traffic Court, 
Mowlay through Friday beginning at 9m a.m. TM derk's Office for 
the Gapcral District Court Is open MoMlay through Friday 1:30 a.m. - 
5:00 ^m. 

TWt Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court has jurisdictloi 
in some cases related to domestic problems, indnding chHd custody and 
cMM support awards, and over all cases involving persons under 
ei^iccn ywirs of age. Proceedings are open unless the defendant does 
not desire for it to be a public hearing. There are two full time Judges 
appointed to six year terms by the General Assembly. Substitute judges 
are appointed by the judges of the Circuit CMirt. 

Juvenile and Domestic Rdat'ons Court is In session Monday through 
Friday beginning at 9:00 a.m. The Clertis Office Is open Monday 
through Friday S:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

AN cwirts and supporting offices are located In the Princes An^ 
Munidrul Center. 

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After the food wu gone, the crowd bcgn to drift 
toward the ducc floor. Qoeen Aarica XXV was one of 
the flnt persoM to dance. 



Lanra and Amy Dantonio 
(left) of Virginia Beacb 
had Just as much fun as 
anybody during the 
evening and didn't mind 
waiting in line to order 
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Terrle Snyder and WliUam Harrison of Vhiinia Beach 
paused to sample some appctinrs before moving on to 
tlie next restaurant's booth. 



There was food and fun 
galore for Beach residents 
but Wednesday night at 
the 2Sth International 
Azalea Festival Friendship 
of Nations Night held at 
Scope. 

Over 2,200 people were 
on hand to sample 
everything from 

appetizers to desserts, all 
.tenated by 30 area 
mtauranH. A $10 
admiidon . fee entitled 
each partidpant to all the 
food.he i^U eat and 
made hiinlMig|||>le for one 
of 40 door prizes. 

Master of ceremonies 
for the evening was Paul 
Hennings of WTAR radio 
and live entertainment was 
provided by Bob Jones 
and tlw New Directions, 
Gary.de la Vigne, Dan 
Bledsoe and Pete Ross. 

Special guest of honor 
at the event was Queoi 
Azalea XXV Henriette 
Chariotte Aldda van der 
Klaauw. 

After the food was gone 
it was time to dance, with 
Queen AznlM being the 
first out on the dance 
floor. 

The evoit was a great 
success, according to 
honorary chairman Mrs. 
David Howard of Virginia 
Beach. "Proceeds from 
the event wffl hdp in tlie 
continuing programs of 
research, edwcation, 

service and r^aUUtation 
of the Amcfkan Can<^ 
Society, VtogtaMa Division, 



Bart Roper, chainnan of the Frloulship of Nations 
Night, Joined by Evdyn Lamb (left) and Carol Walters 
(ri^t), of Virginia Beach, eqjoyed the evening's 
festivities and the opportunity to see friends old and 
new. 



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Nina Newby and John Parsons couldn't make np ttelr 
minds what to try next Meatballs or sausage? 




'nn coaM have duKed aU night. Jim Butt and Jo Ann 
■ten ^ Viigtate Bcadi had energy to sinve, |Mtti^ on 
fallen perfonMiee on the dai^ floor. 



Unda Ann, Ml, tai^d her ttaae to work as a hosiesa 
daring the evMh^ Mr. and Mrs. C. Roy KeUey 
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Pete Costanza made rare everyone pot their ticket i tub 
in tlic badiet in order to be eligible for one of the many 
door priics ^ven away daring the evening. 



Rei Harper of VIrgtada BoKh didn't get a nomoit'i 
rest woridng as a bartender for the eveihig. 




Johnny Wfaon, GIca Hodges and Dtanc SQera, to r) 
wcK bnsy nl cvii*« pi^partav pMM «rf f Md froa B 

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San*a and Am Crocter (cmter) and Mailoa Gordon 
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Sugar Ray Leonard spars In exhibition 



Sell out crowd electrified by Dome boxing-] 




Leroy Boone pqrchs hfniself np for his final decision 
over Speedy Jordan 




"iennite" from the Beach was a crowd pleaser at the 
Dome Boxing last Thnnday n^t. 



By Eric Stevens . 
^JMialtotheSUN 

Beach residents Lo-oy Boone and Bobby Acey did it 
again.. .bigger than ever. 

Boone decisimwd Norfolk's Speedy Jordan to 
become the Virginia Sute Heavyweight Champion. 
Acey Icayoed Ron Pettigrew in the sixth round of the 
semi-windup. 

Promoter Ed Owens, of Indian Lakes, gave us 
virtually a quadruple feature. In addition to the 
exhibition by Sugar Ray Leonard, 1813 people watched 
heavyweight David Johnson of Bowie, Md., take a six 
round decision from Richmond's Doc Spellman. Both 
now have 7-2 records and bear watching. 

Leonard, the Olympic champ, now 10-0 as a pro 
welterweight and ranked sixth in the world, wore a 
Martian-like blue headgear. His middleweight cousin, 
Odel Leonard, is 9-1, and ranked 13th. Suger has 
incredibly fast hands, but I would like to see Odel 
engage in a real bout here, for he is no slouch himself. 

In the 4th and flnal round, they exchanged fake 
knockdowns, and hammed it up to the delight of the 
crowd. Equally humorous was the 3rd round exhibition 
between two ten year olds, who looked more like age 
six. One was called "Termite." 

The opening six rounder saw Wilbur Crews of Bowie 
battle Norfolk's Jesse Carter to middleweight draw. 
Crews tickled the audience by sticking out his tongue at 
Carter. 

Speedy Jordan displayed a lot of savvy, a splendid 
physique, an aging face and a misleading nickname. 
Although he had Lake Edward's pride bleeding from 
the nose for several rounds, Jordan lost the ten round 
feature to the tank-like Boone. The bout was dull at 
times, causing referee Fred LaVelle of Princess Anne 
Plaza to remind them that this was a championship 
fight. At one point someone yelled, "We want 
Termite!" 

Dozens of would-be patrons were turned away, 
missing an extremely exciting match in which the 
veteran Pettigrew gave Acey his first real test. Ron was 
elusive, and displayed ^ two-fisted attack. He can also 
take a punch. All juds^ had him ahead on points when 
the Norfolk policeihaa cav#t him at 1:44 of the sixth 
rotfifd ofa seifedviit}1[^. %e pair will have I rtsiatch 
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Knowing that RtA had battled many contenders, I 
a^ked him how Acey compared. He replied that "He's 
pretty good, but he got lucky with me. It'll be different 
next time." 

The feature fight was an anti-climax, for anything is 
dtill after seeing Acey fight. The air is tinged with 
electricity as he relentlessly stalks his victim. Even 
watching him miss is exdting, for his punches possess 
awesome velocity. He missed quite a few, and absorbed 
quite a few, but this is part of a slugger's strategy. 

A few months ago Ken Norton was repeatedly 
peppered by a little-known Ilalian, Lorenzo Zanon. 
After many rounds of this semi-humiliation, Ken got his 
opening, and that was all he needed. The slugger doesn't 
mind taking five medium punches to land one good one. 
In physique and in action, .^ey reminds me of my 
childhood favorite. Rocky Graziano. But I recently saw 
a photo of the young Rocky, and Acey makes him look 
like a 98 pound weakling. 

During the bout, someone ydled,'"Give him a ticket, 
Bobby!" 

Speaking of tickets, it might be a good idea to get yours 
early next time. 





Sun photos 

by 
Steve Vining 



Otympic gold melalist Sugar Ray Leonard lakes a break 
from his mhibitlon boat with Us cousin O'DeU 
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The Virpnia Beach Pops Symphony's recent concert 
at the Dome was the answer for anyone looking for a 
food, relaxing Sunday afternoon of entertainment. 

Conducted by Waltn Noona, the orchestra 
Iperformed a varied prt^ram that included worlcs by 
labmitt. Bach, D^ieland. Prokofiev, Bemstdn and 
DiikcQlingt(Hi. 

CmgrcMman O. William Whitehurst was present, 
nakfaw his "culturd dd>ut" as ^narrator in the 
', symphony's performance of Prokofiev's 
*'Peter and the Wolf. Op. 67." 
, This ^^vhtful cfaildroi's tale featuring musical 
characterizations of the young boy Peter uid his animal 
frieiuls brought many a smile to the faces in the 
•udioice. 

3 The playful chatterings of the flute and oboe really 
<Hd soimd like an argument between the bird and duck, 
and Ae horns <|H-ojected a convincmg image of the 
mean, feancune wolf. 

; The work was well executed by Whitehurst and the 
ordiestra, with Noona leading the interplay between 
namrtor and faistrument with «(cellent timing. 

The "Brandenburg Concerto No. II in F Major" by 

:^.S. Badi was one of my favorite pieces on the program. 

!l1ils light, idry Baroque work featured four soloists, 

IHttrick Nultemei«r, vioUn; Frank Jones, flute; Daniel 

Smith, oboe; and Mark McGovem, French horn. 

Hie solos wCTe wdl handled, especially in the andante 
movement where they joined to weave a tapestry of 
beautiful contrapunti^ harmony. 

Evm huermisdon had plenty to offer the crowd of 
concert'goen. Whie and cheese were for sale, served at 
your tabte by members of the symphony auxiliary. 
^ Midge M^CT, auxiliary president, presented a 
flaqiw to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Doudera, making 
ilhem h<HK)rary symfdiony patrons, in thanks for them 
allowing thdr hcnne to be used as the site of the 
ittxiliary's recent open house fund raising project. 

Mn. Willis Watson, auxiliary chairman, was also 
recognized for ha- dedicated work to the group. 
A, A pafamamct of Bernstein's "West Side Story" 
Icrflowe^tiMrfinal hitermission and featured the Walter 
ifomui'^^llll^ wittthe ordiestra. 
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Noona's brilliant display at the piano, which he was 
able to execute while still conducting the orchestra. The 
beautiful, spine-tingling melodies of "West Side Story" 
were all the more enhanced by the sensitivity and depth 
of filing apparent in Noona's performance as a 
pianist. 

The trio was also featured in the final program 
number, "Satin Doll" by Duke Ellington, and in the 
fkst encore number, Gershwin's "I Got Rhythm." 

The final encore, Sousa's "Stars and Stripes 
Forever," brought the audience to its feet with cheers 
and sent them home with toes s^ill tapping. 

Rebecca Plummer, winner of the Virginia Music 

Teacher's Association state music festival, will be guest 

soloist with the symphony during its next concert on 

May 21, when they will perform. Beethpven's Concerto 

No. 2, in B flat Major, Op. 19." 




The Virfbiia Beach Pope Sifiw i iy tarn ^ More 
the iighu go dowu, wkOc the a«#«ee M|HV> ^f^ *■' 
cheese at their taMes. 




Walter Noom, left, coadiictor of the VtrgiiOA Beach 
Pops Symphmiy, looks over a score wftb Congi essmaa 
G. WUUaB WUtehnnt prior to the symphony 's 
performaBce of Prokofiev's "Peter snd the Wolf." 
Coagresmuui WUtehnnt performed the nirrator's 
sectfoBofthcwork. 





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SumiMr art program scheduled at VWC 



For the teirth consecittbe year, Virginia Westeyan 
iM^e is eObriiv a special sunnier fvogram fcr rising high 
IdMOl sodors and 1978 gra&Mtes. 

The oowse wiD eaooa^pass piria^ featwriag 
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The seranfe SMdooS will hidnde aeitfWe experiences in 



hand building, throwing on the wheel, glazing, kiln biiilding, 
firing ud raku, according to Brittoi. "Students siudying 
ceramics will be encouraged to expand their concepts and 
knowledge of ceramics and its possibilities as well ^ ^^ learn 
teduiiques," he said. 

The program will run from June 19-July 14, and classes 
wOl meet Monday through Thursday.from 9 a.m.-noon daily. 
The oast is $90 which includes tuition for three semester- 
hours of coikge-level academic CTOdit. 

Additional information regarding the summer art pro 
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admission office. 



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CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL 

Lynnhaven Borough 

WNit a difference an election year makes when you want 
to ctjt tax rat^ while assessed valuations climb. No matter 
what you l^ar or read or how often you are told taxes will not 
go up ttiis year OVER 60% of the citizens WIU. ^Y nK}re 
taxes! \bu will not t>e told of the purchase of another private 
utlMty company or how much it will cost until after election but 
It will be purchased tjeforeJulyl. Frankly, Ibelievelt Is timeto 
stop playing pollttes with the budget and bring the cost of 
runnlr^ the city of Virginia Beach under control. We need to 
guarantee the citizens now living in the Beach adequate and 
essential services. I NEEDTHE VOTE OF EVERY CITIZEN 
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Virginia Beacli Public Notices 



ORDER (X PUBLICATION 

In tbe aerk% C^oe of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty cf 
Virginia Beadi, VA, on tte 
4thday<rfAivil, 1978. 

Veronica Elizabeth Purcell 

Halawa, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jaial Ibrahim Halawa, 

Defemlant. 

The (A>ject (tf this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro. from bed and board 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desert- 
ion. 

And an tffldavit having 
been made and filed tint the 
defendant is a nan-resi(tent 
(rftlK State of Virginia, the 
last known post (rfltoe wld- 
ress being: Saloon Algazi, 
HiteenSt.. Nabhu. Israel. It 
is ordered that he doaivear 
on or before the 25th (rfMiv. 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 

Howard E. Copehmd 
Board of Trade Bldg. 
Plume and Atlantic Streets 
Norfolk. VA 23310 

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OROTR OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDI ROI- IHJBIK^ATION ORDER OTPUBLICATICW ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Cterki Office fA the 

CSroiit Court of the Qty of 

Virgioia Beach, Va. on the 

3rdday of April, 1978. 

I^da Gail Sowers. 

Plaintiff. 

agaiift 

Jackson Lee Sowecs. 

Defendant. 

The object erf this suit is to 
(4)tain a divorce a vidnculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit havnig 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
oftheStateofVirgtaiU. the 
last known post (rfBce add- 
ress being: 1st and 6th Field 
Artillery. Headquarters 
Company, Fort Bragg, NC 
28307. It is ordered that 
Jackson Lee Sowers do 
appear on or before tlw 24th 
of May, 1978, and do what 
may bie necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Qerk 

^: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy, 
Clark. 

Broyles, Garry. Moore & 
Brydges 

3Sth Street k Pacific Ave- 
nue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk*} Office dL the 
Grcuit Court of the Qty (tf 
Virginia Beach, VA on the 
3rddayofAprU, 1978. 

Michael Gordono, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Maria Emguschowa 

Gordono, 

Defendant. 

The object (rfthis suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of having lived separate and 
'^art ' wtehout ialeiriqtlaB; 
jstfitfiirtiliiMttaiiiMtatlnt ' t 
•7<aiiMdPS«ii(s#tf 28.1196f^-iu 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Vicginia. tte 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 85 Prospect St- 
reet. Patterson, New Jersey 
07S0S. It is ordered that 
Maria Emgusdiowa 
Gordono do appear on or 
before the 24th of May. 
1978, and do what may be 
Mcessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Qerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. Deputy 
Qerk. 

Herbert F. Niles, Jr. p.q. 
Post Office Boa 5203 
Chesapeake, Virginia 23324 

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ORDER (F PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of the 

Cfrcuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA on the 

3rd day oH April, 1978. 

Margaret Laura Kilgore, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jeffrey Seth KUgore, 

Defendant. 



The doytfA of this suit b to 
obtain a divorce A Mensa et 
thoro to be later n^rged into 
a divorce A Viinnilo KAtt- 
rinianii from the sidd cfe- 
fendant upon the groiuKls <rf 
desertion. 



.^id an afUavit having 
been made and filed that tlw 
defendant is a non-resident 
of tiM State (rf Virginia, tbe 
kst ki^wn post i^Bce add- 
ress beii«: Route 6. Royfes 
Avenue, Church KU, Tenn- 
essee 376CL It is ordered 
that Jeffiey Seth Ki^ore do 
an^ear on or before the lM\i 
M May, 1978, and do what 
may be i^cessary to protect 
his interest ta tl^ suit. 

A (xpf^mte: John V. Fea- 
tress, C^rk 

By: J. Ctettt Pr^, Deputy 

a^k. 

Ghristfe A OiAter^ui. p.q. 

Vlrg^BHck.1«t^ 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, VA, on the 
5thday of April. 1978. 

James Louis Amspacher, 

Plaintiff, 

i^aimt 

Helen Patricia Amspacher, 

Defendant. 

The object (rfthis suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year continuous se- 
pvatioQ. 

And an affidavit havuig 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post (rffice add- 
ress being: 2615 Fenton 
Place. National aty. Calif- 
ornia 92050, It is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
before the 26th oi May. 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A cof^-teste: Jdhn V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Kennehan. De- 
puty Qerk. 
Tom C. Smith p.q. 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach. VA. 23451 



In the Qerk's Office of the 

Qrciut Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, en the 

23rd day (tf March, 1978. 

Betty Border Lanluun, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jeffrey Wayne LanhaSi, 

Defendant. 

Hie <^ject of this suh is to 
dbtun a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year (I) year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thitf the 
defendant is a non-retidem 
of the State oi Virginia, the 
last known post dBoe jdd- 
ress being: 66 North 2Sth 
Street. Newark. Ohia it to 
ordered that he do appev on 
or before the 15th of May. 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By:Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Qerk. 

David D. Dickerson, p.q. 
Pembrdce One-Suite S23 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

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LEGAL NOTICE 

JANET R NEMEROFF 

PRESUMPTION OF 

DEATH 

Pursuant to Sec. 64.1- 
1 10, Code of Virginia, Notice 
is hereby given that the 
Circuit Court at Bedford 
County, Virginia has deci- 
ded that Jaiwt H. Nemeroff 
is presumed deceased due to 
her atnence from her place 
of residence at Virginia 
Beach, Virghiia, for more 
than stven (7) years; her 
address, resideiwe, or 
wlwreabouts being un- 
known. 

''Ndf|Giri||^N«y|tVi^to 

whereabouts, or acting on 
her behalf, to produce to the 
Grcuit Court of Bedford 
Oonnty, Virginia, or a Judge 
theretrf in vacation, on or 
before June IS. 1978, satis- 
fiKtory evidence of the con- 
timmce in life (rf Janet H. 
hfemeroC^ and if no response 
totlria Notice is received by 
saiddatte, fUnds now held by 
said Court for Janet H. 
Nemer^wiU be distribttted 
according to law. 

By Order (tf the Court. 

Piclwtt, Spain ft Lyie, p.q. 

Attorneys at Law 

101 North Lyn^ven Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

BoOing Lambeth, p.q. 
Harrteon Building 
Bedford. Virginia 

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ORDEfL OF PUBLICATION 



In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrmt Court (tf the Qty of 
Virghiia Beach, VA, on the 
29th day of March, 1978. 

Gary John Ferreira, 

Phuntiff, 

against 

Jo Ann ^hel Ferreira, 

Defendant. 

ifee ob^ (tf this suit is to 
oNain a divorce a vinculo 
mttrnnonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of separation for a perhid oi 
in excess of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
<^t|M State <d Virginia, the 
last known pott office add- 
resf being: 282 Mddle Road. 
A^unet, Mttsachusetts. It 
k fli-dered that she do app- 
ear on or tefore the I9th <^ 
May, 1978, ami do what may 
be woessary to fgcHtct t»T 
mettnt in this suit. 

A aspy -ttstf. 
John V. Fen- 
tress 

1^: l^ti A. Keenehan. De- 
iNtty Cterk. 
Petw McBrkfe p.q. 
P.aBoi 13336 
1121 S. Mttary Hghway 
Cbes^neake. VA. 23325 



In the Qerk's Office of the 

Grcuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA. on the 

29th day of March, 1978. 

Donna Phyllis Ibyes, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

John R. Watkins, a/k/a 

Richard Edward Hayes, 

Defendant. 

The object (rfthis suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the Defend- 
ant upon the grounds d 
deseration, cruelty and/or 
separation in excess of one 



. yeaa.' '•.' ^ ■.■I'.iyi ii^um. iumj 

defenouit Is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post (rffice add- 
ress being: 305 East Broad 
Street, Elizabeth Qty. 
North Carolina. 27909. It is 
or(fered that he do appear on 
or before the 19th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 
Marc Jacobsoo, p.q. 
6663 Stoney Point South 
Norfolk. VA 23502 

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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 
COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. 
ON THE i4th DAY OF April, 1978. 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 
In re George Gregory Roberts 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The obj«n of this proceeding is to separate the 
above named infant, child of Patricia Roberts & 
Richard Blackburn, permanoitly from its parent, 
parents, or guardian and to commit said infant to the 
care and custody of the Virginia Beach Dq)artment 
of Social Service with the right of said agoicy to 
consent to the infant's adoption. 

And an affidavit having been m«k and filed 
that Patricia Roberts & Richard Blackburn is a 
propoty |»rty to this proce^ing; but due diligent 
has been used to ascertain in what county or 
corporation he is, without effect, it is ORDEIlED 
that Patricia Roberts & Richard Blackburn do appear 
here within 10 days afto^ due publication ha-(wf , and 
do what may be nec^sary to proton their inter»t in 
this suit. 

A COPY TESTE: Elizabeth E. Henley, Qerk 

Kathy S. Brothers, Deputy Qerk 



Carolyn Tucker, 

Social Worker. Va. Beach 

Dept. of Soda! Service 

Petitit^ 

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In the Clerk's (^Boe oC tbe 

Circuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beadi, VA, oo the 

7thday of April. 1971. 

Duvefo J. Windiester, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

IXanne R. Winchester, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vfaiculo 
matrhnadl from the lald 
defendant, vpoa th# grounds 
of desertion, 

And an aflidavte havbig 
been made aiKl filed that tlw 
defindant is^a msn-resideitt 
aithe SttAe of Virgfaya, the 
last known p^jst office add- 
ress beinc: 315 Waltaee Dr- 
ive, New Orleans .Louisiana. 
It is ordered that she do 
appear on or licfore the 30th 
of May. 197i and do what 
may be neoei|Bary to inrotect 
her mterest in this suit. 

A copy-testel John V. Fen- 
tress I 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. \ 
WilHam F. Bi^nside, p.q. 
P.O. B« 1062 
Virginia Beac^. VA. 23451 

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In the CSerkli Office of the 
Orcuit Cburt cf the Qty of 
Virghiia Beadi. VA, on the 
lOthdayofAprU, 1978. 

WOliam C. Northern, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Rosetta B. Northern, 

Defendant. 

The object c^this suit is to 
olMain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separirtian. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendut is a non-resident 
of the State d Virghiia, the 
Jast known post <rfBce add- 
Irass beii^ imknown. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 31st of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 
Larry B. Slipow, p.q. 
Fhrst ft Merchants Natl 
BankBMg. 
P.O. Box 3291 
Norfolk. VA. 23314 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Qerk% (Mica- $f. the 

Qrcuit Court (tf the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

23rd day of March, 1978. 

Radeen Sprague Hcltoway, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

William David HoUoway, 

Defendant. 

The object irfthis luit is to 
obtain a divorce a vfaiculo 
matrimonii, from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separatum. 

And an afhdavit bavhig 
been made and filed that the 
defendant u a noB^eaidnit 
tffthe.SutCeoC VkiHii ^ 

ampton Street, North- ' 
ampton, MassachiAflttf. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 15th 
of May, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest m this suit. 

A copy-teste:John A. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 

William R. O'Brienp.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virgmia Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER OF PpBLICAnON 

In the Clerk'a Office of the 

Circuit Ccntt W the Cfty of 

Virginia Beadji. VA, on the 

7thdayofAp^il, 1978. 

Cynthia Price Ehrhardt 

Whitaker, I , 

PUdntiff, 

against 

David Lee Whhaker, 

Defendant. | 

The object of this salt Is. to 
obtau) a divorjx a vinculo 
mattimooll fro^ the said 
deijnidaat, iqxii the grounds 
of livfaig separate and apart 
for a period of over one year. 

And an afBttvit having 
been made and ^d that the 
defendam is a aon-resiident 
of the State of ^^faiia. the 
last known poitfoffloe i^ 
>rHi bdng: ^^2 West Street, 

•Pficar.oQ or oeitre toe auto Amu,iAm,^ i. « ..<..._...sx.«* 
«of iiay, 19^, and do what 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Clerks CHfice of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virgmia Beach. VA. on tlw 
29th day of March. 1978. 
Deborah Lucretia Bowden 
Sawyer. 
PUdntiff. 
against 

Joe Edward Sawyer. 
> Defendant. 



The dbject of this siut is to 
obtahi a divorce a vUioiIo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of living separate and ^>art 
for more than one (1) year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defetHiant due diligence has 
been used by and on behalf 
of the {rfataitiff tbasoertam fai 
what county or dty the 
defendant is. whhout effect. 
It is ordered that he do 
apptu on or before the 19th 
of May. 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest ui tUs suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keehenah, De- 
puty Qerk. 

Virginia L. Cbdiraa p.q. 
Suite 201, Kempsville Phua 
Office Mdg. 

404 South Parliament Drive, 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk% Office of the 

Cbcuit Court of tbe Qty of 

Vkgfaria Beach, VA. on the 

7thdayofAprfl. 1978. 

Peter Kenitey Negus, 

Pbdntiff, 

agabut 

Elizabeth Mehtrtens Negus. 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit is to 
obtam a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
(tefendant. tqwo the grounds 
of one year separation pur- 
suant to Section 20-9I(a) 
Oode of Va.. 19M u amend- 



may be necessary to protect 
his interest in tUs stdt. 

A oopy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By:;Patti A. KeeiMhan, Dep 
uty'Qerk. 

Ric^d E. Payne p.q. 
90O Conunanwe|lth Place, 
Sui^l05 I 

Virghiia Beach, VA 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Qerkis Ofl^ of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 
Vfrgmia Beadi. VA, on the 
3UtdayofMarchjl978. 

Lbda Edge Phillips, 

Pttintiff. i 

against 

Michael A. Phillips^ 

Defendant. ) 



The object of this Suit is to 
obtain a divorce a.vuiculo 
matrimonii from the $aid 
(fefemiant, iqxn the grounds 
of laving lived separate and 
^»rt for a period of thne in 
excess of one year, j 

And an afD^vit ihaviag 
been nuuk and ffod that the 
bat known residenoej of the 
party to be served Was tai 
the Qty of Mrgfaiia Beadi, 
wd thtt a return Ink been 
filed fat his hOMb for 21 days 
iuTthat Iw hu bean aa^ 
to aiake service; taf thitt 
tl» last known at&b^bst of 
the r«ipon(fent agabut 
whom i^&tficn fa adwd k 
mmad Street. Vyguria 
Bei^ VA. It fa onlered 
thtt he do q^ear ta or 
Nfire the 22nd of Nay, 
1971, ami do wlat miy be 
me^uKj to iKCtei^ Us 
faM^eat in thfa suif>sj 



defendant Is a noMetident 
of tlK State of Virghiia, the 
bat known post office add- 
ress being: 4167 Judge St- 
reet. Elmhurst. New York, 
11373. It fa ordered that she 
do appear on or before the 
30th of May, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
jvotect her faiterest fai thfa 
Stat. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
I tress 

' By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
! pitty Qerk. 
I Gknn Randall Qoahaw p.q. 

Sufte 311, 160 Newtown Rd. 

Virginia Beach. VA 23462 

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Aooi^-teste: John V. Fen- 

tTMl t 

1^: Mti A. KeenehuuDe- 
pMy^tlerk. 1 

Jmm.% nm, p.q. 
IMlL^Rewi 
Virf^Bea^.VA 23451 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 



In the Cterk's Office of the 

Qrcuit Court of the Qty of 

Vfagfaila Beach, VA, on the 

6th day of AprU. 1978. 

Patricia Lynn Nfiller. 

Pbdntiff. 

agafaist 

James Arthur Nfiller. 

Defendant. 



Tin object of thfa suit fa to 
obcim a divorce a yiaeak> 
nuttrbnooii flrom the saki 
defetmUmt, upon tlw grounds 
of one year separation. 

And an aSyavit havfaig 
been made and fifed tl^t the 
d^fentbutt % a non-resident 
of the State'of Virghiia. tlM 
test known post dBoe st- 
ress betaig:20e N.E. 22nd 
Street, Fort Lau(ter(tale, 
Florida 33306. It fa ordered 
thpt te do appear on or 
.before the 30th d May, 
19M. and do whM may be 
Bpenstty to {ffotect hb 
btereit fai thfa suit. 



A «^jy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

^: Mti A, KMneten. De- 
p«y Qerk. " 
GcraU J. Airtage p.q. 
2410 B. Little OeeicRd. 
Norfoik. Va. ^18 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Qerk% Office of the 

Qrcuit Court ol the Qty of 

virguiia Beach, VA. on the 

28th day of March, 1978. 

Juana Roma'n Rios, 

PUifaitiff, 

agafaist 

Osvaldo Antonio Rios, 

defendant. 



JjaZZUH AUH201 HO 

The object (tf thfa suit fa to 
obtafai a divorce a vinculo 
matrunonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation. 

And an affidavit havfaig 
been nnde and filed that the 
defendant fa a non-resident 
cS the State of Virgfaua, the 
but known address being: 



New York Qty, New York it 
fa ordered that he do i^ipear 
on or before the 18th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to jvotect hfa 
mterest in thfa suit. 

A oopy-teste: Jdm V. Fen- 
ttvss 

By: Pttti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 
J. Bnuk Donnelly p.q. 
3104 Arctic Avenue 
Virgmbi Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk^ Office qf the 
Qrcuit Ooort of the <%y of 
Virguda Beadi, Va. oe the 
6th day of April. 197&. 

Cheryl Lynn Green Ford, 

PUatiff. 

agabut 

Maurice Germafaie Fordi 

Defemiant. 

The object of thb iidt ii to 
obtafai a cUvorce a yimio 
matrfanonil from the igfal 
defmdant. upon the grounds 
of separation for more than 
one year. 

Ami an affidavfa havfai| 
been made nnd flied thai the 
defewbwt fa a non-rei)i|«nt 
ofthe State of Virglni|,th< 
last known post crffice fi^- 
rcss befaig: I4^n Stirtft, 
Sfvbigfieki Uardeni, 
Queens, New York. |t U 
ordered that te do VPUf <>■> 
or before the 30th or ffty. 
1978, and do what iit|§ be 
necessary to {voteo^ hfa 
faiterest ia tids suit. 



A copy-teste: John V, fen- 
tress 

By Patti A. Keetwhan, De- 
IMity Qerk. 

John W. Ores^r, p.q. 
101 North Lynnhaven Hoad 
P.O. Bos 2127 
Virgfaiia Beach, VA 234fS2 

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ORDER OP PUBUCATION 

In the Qerk's CMBce of the 
Qrooit Court of the Cfty ai 
Vfagfaib Beach. VA. Q|i the 
.5th day of April, 1978. 

Laurie K. Gamero, 

Phdntiff. 

against 

George A, Gamero, 

Defendant. 



The object of thfa,su|t.b to 
obtafai a divorce a vb^ulo 
matrfanonil from the ipid 
defendant, upon the grounds 
ai separation for more f bin 
one year. 

And an affidavit htvfaig 
been nuute and filed th^ the 
(fefendant fa a non-reiMent 
(rfthe State of Vfa-ginid|^t 
known post offin adl^fss 
befaig: 400 West Oprsen 

It fa ordered 1^ '^lio 
appear on or before the XHh 
of May. 1978. ami do what 
may be necessary to i^fltf ct 
hfa faiterest fai tUs suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. I'eQ* 

tress 

By: Patti A. Kennehan, D«- 

INity Qerk. 

Barry Ramtoiirii Koch p.q. 

2506 Padfic Avenue 

Virgfaua Beach, VA 234|l 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Qerk^ Office of the 

Qrcofa Court of the Qty of 

Vfagfaibi Beadi, VA. on the 

7th day of April. 1978. 

IlKjmas A. Lucente, 

Pbdntiff. 

agidiut 

Patrida A. Lucente, 

Defendant. 

The objett of thfa suit fa to 
olHafai a divorce a mensa et 
thoro from the said (fefend- 
ant, upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

AaA an affidavit havuig 
been node ud filed that the 
(fefentem fa a mn-resideitt 
of the State of Virgfada, the 
but Imown post office a^ 
ress befaig: 955 Gala Drive. 
Fraddin Sqwre, Lo^ Is- 
taod. New York, tt fa order- 
ed thM sN do appitt on or 
bcfcre the 30th at Kfay, 
19^, «^ do whirt mi^ be 
necessary to ptatact hsi 
ta^mst ta thfa suit. 

A OQ^Heste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Pttti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk. 

ThoouB F. Betz, Jr. p.q. 
#32fMirtrokeOneBidg. 
Virgfaibi Beach. VA. 2346 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Offioi of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia 9e|tch, 
Va, on the I3th dty of 
April, 1978. 

Janet Susan Gates Domn, 

PbunUff , 

against 

GetM^e Ashley Dorai), 

Defeidant, 



Tiw object of this tuff U 
to obtain a divoiit § 
viiKulo matrimonif ^lii 
tbe said defendant. i|||Qn 
Uw grounds of one fpaa 
separttlon. 

And an affidavit hiiyiiig 
beoi made and filed (iiiit 
the defiodant is a non- 
resident of the Statf of 
Vi^inia, tlw last kq|wn 
post office addms b^ng; 
5810 Seminole Str6$t, 
Berwyn Heights, 
MarybuKl. It is ort^ed 
that he do Af^cax m or 
b^tH'e tte Sth ef J^e, 
19784 mi ^ what m^ Iw 
TK^mmy w pnMeclf>)iU 
interest in diis suH. 



A conr-Teste: Johp V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keen^iiui, 

D^tyC^k. 

J, Mm DtMimUy p.q. 
3 104 Arctk: Avenue 
Virginia Beach, VA, 
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Vlrflinia Bench Public Not lcat cont'd 

VHeiNIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 



NflCHAEL A. JANIK, et al. 
Petitioners 



vs. 



IN CHANCERY NO. 

CP47S0 



FIRST VIRGINIA INDUSTRIES, 
Respondent 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



The object of Petitioners' Petition is to pay into 
this Court a sum of money nec»sary to pay off a note, 
secured by a Deed of Trust which is a lien on propoty 
now owned by Petitioners Donald M. Dotlich and 
Margaret M. Dotlich, husband and wife, less attom^r's 
fe«s and court costs on their behalf npended by them in 
this cause, pursuant to SS5-66.5 (b) in the Code of 
Virginia, 1950 (as amoided), and to have the aforesaid 
Deed of Trust satisfied and released. 

An affidavit having beoi made and filed with the 
Court that the Petitionors horein have used diligence, 
without effect, to ascertain the location of the 
Respondent herein and that Petitioners have served the 
Pftition on Robert E. Steinhilber, Registered Agent of 
Respondent who has stated to Petitioners by letter that 
he has not been the Registered Agent of Respondent 
who has stated to Petitioners by letter that he has not 
been the Registered Agent of the Respondent for 
approximately, three years and has therefore returned 
the Petition to Petitioners. 

It is Ordered that the Respondent First Virginia 
Industries, Inc. appear in this Court to protect its 
interest on or before the 14th day of June, 1978. 

1 I ask for this 



Carl W. Isbrandtsen, p.q. 

A Copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk. 

Carl W. Isbrandtsen 
4606Westgrove Court 
Virginia Beach VA 23455 
" Telephone: 464-9303 

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' VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT/ Qerk's 
i6mce of the City of Virginia Beach on the 14th Day of 
,' April, 1978 . 

mitfiPA1^,;?IOi| OF JOSHUA RUSSELL 

PHELAN, 
' By Eugene Montagnino and Carol Montagmno, 

Petitioners, 

TO LAWRENCE DAYTON PHELAN 
2201 South Boulevard 
Houston, Texas 7709 

ORDER 



This day came Eugene Montagnino and Carol 
Montagnino. Petitioners, and reprwented that the 
object of this proceeding is to effect the adoption of the 
above-named infant, Joshua Russell Phelan. by Eugene 
M<»itaffnino and Carol Montagnino, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been matte and filed that Lawrence 
IHyton Phelan, a natural parent of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 2201 South Boulevard, Houston, 

Texas, 77098. 
1 

It is therefore ORDERED that the said Lawrence 

Ctayton Phelan apprar on or before the 5th day of June, 
'. 1978, and indicate his attitude toward the proposed 

adoption, or otherwise do what is necessary to protect 

his intenst in this matter. 



A Copy Teste: John V. Fentress. Clerk, 
B^i PAtti A. Keepehan, Deputy Gerk. 

William H. Colona, Jr., p.q. 
1397 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

VBS4/19, 4/26, 5/3, 5/10 
VEHICLES AND SCHOOL FURNITURE FOR SALb 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of the City of 
Virginia Bwich will be held in the Council Chambers of 
the Administration Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, May 8, 
1978, at 1:00 P.M., at which time the following 
applications will be heard: 



ZONING 



CHANGE OF 

CLASSIFICATION: 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



1. 



DISTRICT 



The Virginia Beach aty School Board will offer the 
foQowii^ vdiicles for sale at public auction for cash on 
an "as is" basis. 

66-Passaiger Buses (18) Modds 1963, 1964, and 

19« 

Pick-up Trucks (2) Models 19^3 and 1968 

Automobile (1) Model 1967 

Jeep (I) Model 1958 

Qae lot of miscellan^us furniture that includes the 
following: 

Foldingchairs 

Office Daks and Chairs 
t Sale at School Bus Garage, 1617 Indiana Avenue. 
Virpnia Beach, Virginia (Oceana), Saturday, Apnl 29, 
1971, at 9:00 a.m.,E.S.T. Vehicles may be inspected at 
8K»'a.m. on the day of the sale or by appointment with 
Mr. Sorey, phone 428-4381. . 

All buycfi required to certify vehicles and/or 
furniture purchas«l will be used for non-discriminatory 
vm, Paymoit (ot itens may be made by check, uix>n 
pi^pi? id^fiation, or by cash on (faiy of sale. SdKX>l 
Boaid re^r^ ^ right to reje^ any ami/or aU bids. 

E.E. BRICKELL 

DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT 

VIRdINIA»EACH CrTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

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Petition of Roger H. A J. Beverley Sawyer for a Change 
of Zoning District Classification from AG-1 
Agricultural EHstrict to M Li^t Industrial District on 
certain property located on the South side of London 
Bridge R(Hul b^inning at a point 305 feet more or less 
East pf ShiK» Comer Road, running a distance of 
1148.21 feet along the South side of London Bridge 
Road, running a distance of 1383.25 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of ^25.5 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 
779.80 feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 1458.98 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 1783.2 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 344.24 feet' in an 
Easterly direction, running a distance of 292.38 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 345.18 
feet in a Southeasterly direction and running a distance • 
of 1294.22 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel 
contains 87.87 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

2. 

Petition of Southeastern Virginia Investors and 
Quneron and Evelyn A. Munden for a Chan^ of 
Zoning DisUlct ClaMification from AO-1 Agricultural 
District to R-5 Residoitial District on certain pr(H)erty 
beginning at a point 4230 feet Southwest of the 
intersection of Harpers Road and London Bridge Road, 
running a distance of 2960 feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, running a distance of 360 feet in, 
a Southeasto'ly directimi, running a distance of 780 feet 
fai an Easterly direction, running a distant of 970 feet 
more or less along the Eastern property line, nmning a 
distance of 3031.20 feet along the Southern property 
line and running a distance of 1525.23 feet along the 
Western property line. Said parcel contains 1 12.80 acres 
more or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

3. 

Petition of Southeastern Virginia Investors and 
Cameron A. and Evelyn A. Mundoi for a Change of 
Zoning District Classification from R-3 Residentu||^ 
District to R-5 Residential District on certain property 
beginning at a point 3820 feet more or less Southeast of 
the intersection of Harpers Road and London Bridge 
Road, running a distance of 625 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 7SK),f(«t. 

along the Southern property line, running a distance of 

3itlittttieelOi>UeMM3iHlbre"br^^ |G^ ^fi^^Ji^n 
"TpHjpwiy Hilfe.'^Sal?^''1)arcel contains 10.8 acres. 
PRINCESS AJWE BOROUGH. 



Petition of Lassiter and Associates, Inc., for a Change 
of Zoning District Classification from B-1 Business- 
Residential District to A-1 Apartment EHstrict on 
certain property beginning at a point 150 feet North of 
the intersection of Level Green Boulevard and Drew 
Drive, running a distance of 375 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 86 feet along the 
Northern property line, running a distance of 531.17 
feet along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 138.89 feet along the North side of Level Green 
Boulevard, running a distance of 1 50 feet more or less in 
a Northwesterly direction and running a distance of 180 
feet more or less m a Westo'ly direction. Said parcel 
contains 2.508 acres (Level Green Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
5. 

Petition of John T. Kelly, Jr., ETALS, for a Change of 
Zomng District Classification from R-5 Residential 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 
property located at the Southeast intersection of 
Princess Anne Road and Baxter Road, running a 
distance of 2(^.37 feet along the East side of Princess 
Anne Road, running a distance of 1241 .09 feet along the 
Southern [»roperty line, running a distance of 160.38 
feet in a Northerlsy direction, running a distance of 288 
feet in a westerly direction, running a distance of 239.6 
feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 
145.20 feet in a Northeasteriy direction, running a 

di^ance of 290 feet in a Nrnthw^terly direction, 
nmning a distance of 394.92 feet along the South side of 
Baxto: Road, running a distance of 367.87 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 550.10 
feet in a W»terly direction, running a distance of 
104.50 feet in a Northwnterly direction and running a 
distant of 76.71 feet along the ^uth side of Baxter 
Road. Said parcel contains 1.68 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 
6. 

Potion of Marc Jacobson for a Change of Zomng 
District Clarification from I-l Li^t Industrial District 
to B-2 Community-Busiaess District on certain property 
loaited at the Soutlmot comet of Newtown Road and 
ArrowhMd RMd, running a dittmce of 160 feet more 
or less along the South side of Arrowhead Road, 
running a distance of 187.95 fMt along the Eastern 
ptofpaty line, running a distance of 230 fMt more or less 
al<»g the South«n ptopmy Um and running a distance 
of 152 feel more ot kas along the East side of Newtown 
Road. Said parcel contains .71 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 
7. 

PetitkMi of Seven E Conyjany for a Change of Zoning 
n^to C^i^fiaaitm frrai R4 Resldaitial IMstrict to 
A-1 ^Murtmoit Distrii^ on ^tain proper^ locate on 
the East a6e ot Ewell Road b^tinning at a point 800 feet 
North of toOer Komi, runnnig a distan(» of 581 feet 
aloiv the East side of Bw^ lUjad, rraning a distant of 
7^ feet atong the Northern pr^ieity line, running a 
dlitti^e of 581 fMt alona tte Eitttaii propoty luie and 
rum^ a distamx of 750 fe^ tkon^ the Southern 
pro^rty line. Said parcel contains 10 acres. 
KB«IPSVILL£ BOROUGH. 



8. 

Petition of Welch Pile Driving Corporation for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from R-8 
Residential District to B-2 Community-Business District 
on certain property located at the Northeast intersection 
of Baxter Road and Virginia Electric and Power 
Company Power Line beginning at a point 1350 feet 

more or less West of Independence Boulevard, running 
a distaiM of 354.7 feet along the North side of Baxter 
Road, running a distance of 483»S8 feM a^t the 
Western property line, running a distance of 394.70 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a distance 
of 500 feet idong the Eastern iwoperty Une. Said ]»rcel 
contains 4 aots more or less (Kempsville M^idows 
Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



Application of Wddi Pile Driving Corporation for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a bulk storage and building 
cotitractdr's yard on certain propoty located at the 
Northeast intersection of Baxter Road and Virginia 
Electric and Power Company Power Line bqiinning at a 
point 1350 feet more or less West of Independence 
Boulevard, running a distance of 354.7 feet along the 
North side of Baxter Road, running a distance of 483.58 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 394.70 feet along the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 500 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains 4 acres more or less. 
(Kempsville Meadows Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

10. 

Application of Virginia Beach Robo, Inc., for a 
Conditional Use Permit for an automobile service 
station and car wash facilities on certain propwty 
located at the Southeast intersection of Indian River 
Road and MacDomdd Road, running a distance of 
195.66 feet along the South side of Indian River Road, 
runnuig a distance of 150 feet along the Eastern 
property Une, running a distance of 117 feet along the 
Southern property line, running a distance of 148.66 
feet along the East side of MacDonald Road and 
running around a curve a distance of 44.54 feet. Said 
parcel contains .6 acres. (Indian River Estates Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 

CLASSIFICATION: ~ 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

11. 

' Petition of St. Stephenson Holiness Church for a 

,rii^)((^nge of Zoning District Classification from I-l Light 

3iInikM[itf District to A-4 Apartment District on certain 

J t hM / X^ Hwiitifea' ifO feet ^ortti of-SeautifuI Street 

begiiwmg it a point 910 feet West of Sotith Blrdncck 

Rpad, running a distance of 640 feet along the Southern 

property line, running a distance of 590 feet more or less 

along the Western property line, running a distance of 

785 feet more or less along the Northern property line 

and running a distance of 440 feet more or less along the 

Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 9 acres more 

or less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

12. 

Petition of Fidelity American Properties, Inc., for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from R-8 
Residential District to B-2 Community-Businas I^strict 
on certain property located on the East side of Urdiin 
Road beginning at a point 150 feet more or less South of 
Shore Drive, running a distance of 50 fMt along the East 
side of Urchin Road, running a distance of 150 f^t 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
50 feet along the Eastern property line and running a 
distance of 150 feet along the Northern property line. 
Said parcel contains 7500 square feet. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

13. 

Petition of Robot H. Braithwaite, Jr., for a Change of 
Zoning District Classification from I-l Light Industrial 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certidn 
property located on the West side of South Birdneck 
Road beginning at a point 1300 feet more or less North 
of Bells Road, running a distance of 1027.83 feet along 
the West side of South Birdneck Road, running a 
distance of 1179.60 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 1530.21 feet in a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 1700 f^ along the 
Westom property line and running a distance of 1334.52 
feet along tl» Southern property line. Said parcel 
contains 43.85 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

14. 

Application of Robert H. Braithwaite, Jr., for a 
Conditional Use Pmnit for a golf course, driving range, 
nuniature golf course and reoeational building on 
certain ptopetty located <m the West side of South 
Hrdnedc RMd banning at a point 1300 fe^ more w 
ku North of BdU R(Md, running a distance of 1027,83 
fe^ along the Wat si(te of South Krdneek Rotd, 
nnming a distance of 1179.60 fed in a Southwoiterly 
direction, ninnii^ a dutame of 1530.21 f^t in a 
Northwesterly directitm, running a distant of 1700 feet 
tSmkg the Western property line and running a distaoM 
of 1334.52 feet along the Southern property line. Said 
parcel contains 43.85 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

I^s with m«e dkailed information are available in the 
I^parti^t of PUnning. 



Richard J. Webbon 
aty Off k 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



The Virginia Beach Board of Zonini Appetit wiU coodiMi a 
Public Hearing on Wednesday, May 3, 1978. at 7:30 P.M. In 
tN Council Chambers, Administration Building. Munidpal 
Onter, Virginia Beach. Virginia. The following applications 
will appear on the agenda. 

READVERTISEMENT: 

1. (Mtfdi 1, 1978). Lighthouse Restaurant by Kentcn B. 
Patrick requests a variance oS 8 parking spaces to 102 
parking spaces instewi of 110 parking spaces as reqdrad 
(restaurant) and to allow parking in the required 10 foot 
setback where prohibited and to waive the required 
landscaping in the setback on Lots 1.2,3,4,3, and 6, Block O, 
Rudee Inlet area, 1st Street and Atlantic Avenue, 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Church of the Ascension by Norbert Krzak, Business 
Manager, requests a variance of 64 square feet of sign area 
for a total of 128 square feet (rfarea (32 square f-ot nUowcd, 
64 square feet nonconforming sign vea) as nov existing and 
to allow a second free-standing sign instead of one 
free-standing sign as allowed on a Parcel, (9.094 acres). Plat 
of Kemps Landing Corporation, 4933 Princess Anne Road. 
Kempsville Borough. 

2. C. H. Byler by Kenton Patrick requests a variance to 
allow parking and a perimeter driveway in 3 feet of the 
requked 10 foot setback where prohibited when commerdal 
zoning adjdns residential zoning on Parcel A. Plat d 
Property of Kempsville Meadows. Inc.. Larkspur, Holland 
Road. Kempsville Borough. 

3. E.M. Raines requests a variance to allow parking in the 
required 13 foot setback from Qawford Place where 
prdiibited and to waive the required landscaping in this 
setback on Lot 7, Chesopean Colony, 313 Qawfbrd Place. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

4. T.M. Jenkins requests a variance to allow parking of a 
major recreational equipment in front of a building instead 
of behind the nearest portion of a building adjacent to a 
public street m Lot 313, Section 2, Malibu, 340 Mango 
Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Robert M. and Enuna H. Forrest request a variance tq 
allow a 6 foot fence to encroach into a portion of a parking 
area where prohibited and to waive the required 73 percent 
unobstructed light penetratint for a fence in a parking area 
adjacent to a street on a Parcel, Designated John Legal, 
Greenlawn ttmetery, 3136 Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
Bayside Borough. 

6. Frederick S. Qaude and Louise Bates request a variance 
of 6 feet to a 2 foot side yard setback (north side) and of 2 
feet to a 6 foot side yar) setback (south side) instead of 8 feet 
each as required on Lot 12. Block 22, Ocean Park, Pendleton 
Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

7. Joseph J. and Lynn S. Schuiz request a variance oSl feet 
in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead (rf a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in the required front yard setback on Lot 1 1, Parcel 
14, Block 32, Qoatan Beach, 729 S. Surfside Avenue, 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

8. Allie P. Ash requests a variance of 8 feet to a 10 foot side 
yard adjacent to a street (Calvert Street) instead of 18 feet 
as req%f,d l^,<4 ? |9|tt ,to a 3 foot side yard setback (east 
side)in8teaidW8.fect,MTjequiredenLot I, Block 5, Section 
G, Ospe Ifenry, 7380 Ocean Shore Lane. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

9. George and Sharon Gagnon request a variance (rf 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (Corvette Drive) 
on Lot 13, Block 34, Section 7, Princess Anne Plaza, 3232 
Silina Drive. LynnhavenBorough. 

10. Carl Henry CSrard requests a variance of 6 feet to a 2 foot 
side yard setback histead of 8 feet as requfred (west side • 
carport uid storage shed) on Lot 13, Block 8. Chesapeake 
Beach, 4486 Lodcout Road. Bayside Borough. 

11. Steven A. Kasmauski requests a variance of 1.3 feet to 
an 18.7 foot side yard setback (east side) instead d 20 feet as 
required d Lot C, PUt of Property d Lots C and D, Alton 
Turner, Malbon Road. Pungo Borough. 

12. Qarence E. Bryan requests a variance d 3 feet to a 27 
foot front yard setback instead d 30 feet as required on Lot 
6, Block D, Kenstock, 337 Longleaf Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. ^ 

13. Gene A. and Michaline K. Joyner request a variance '■ ' : 
feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead d a 4 foot fence 
as allowed m a required setback from a street on Lot 78. 
Section 2, Groveland Park, 3301 Edhiburgh Drive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

14. Loyal Order d Moose by William E. Strawhand requests 
I variance d32 square feet d sign allowance to 48 square 
feet instead d 16 square feet dsign allowance as idlowed on 
Part of Parcel A-1, Subdivision d Parcel A, Property d 
W.W. McOanan, Jr., 1236 Prosperity Road. Prtacess Anne 
Borough. 

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13. Dan H. Brockwell reqitfsts a variance d 8 feet to a 10 
foot side yard adjacent to a street (Chesapeake Bay Avenue) 
histead d 18 feet as requked of Lot 6, Block 19, Ocean Park, 
Dupont Orde. Bayside Borough. 

16. Farm Fresh Supermarkets and Virginia National Bank 
by VeriMxi W. King request a variance to a^w an 
establishment to have 6 signs instCMl d3 signs as allowed on 
Parcel A, Ma^ic HoUow. 901 Lynnhaven Parkway. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

17. John E. Dail requests a variant to tUom (wking d a 
major recreational equipment in front d a bidldbg instewi 
d beUnd the nearest portion d a buiklii^ adjacent to a 
public street on Lot 4. Block M,Pdnt O^oods, 436 E. 
PlantUiOD Road. Lyimhaven Boroi«h. 

18. Ramon W. Breeden Companks requests a variance d4 
feet in fence height to 8 feet in heigitt fautead d a 4 foot 
fence as allowed in a required setback from a street oo a 
Parcel (20.47 $aes), O^l Lake Apartments, 2023 Laskin 
Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

19. Samuel OzoMnt by Lesley W. SoAh. Sr. requests a 
variant to allow a uiurch to operi^e on 2.973 acrrt d hud 
instewl d 3 aaes d land as required on Parcel b, (2.973 
acres), Lake ChristqiAer, 1504 • emi»ville Road. Kempi- 
vUfe Borough. 

20. Bob L. Rosenthal requests a wtauKe d IS feet to a 33 
foot front yard setiMck instead dM feet as reqidred on Lot 
61, Sealon 12B, Part 2. Kings Grmt, nO Owerdale Lme. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR WFORE THE 
BOARD. 



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^ ORDER OF 
I 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

•) City of Virginia Beach, 

^ VA, on the 13th day of 

April, 1978. 

r 
Dielores Banks Boyd, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

1 Kerry Boyd, Jr., 

Pefendant. 

« 

I The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
. the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without interruption and 
without cohabitation for 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
K-Troop, 3rd Squadron, 
3rd ACR, Fort Bliss, 
Texas. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
fi 5th of June, 1978, and do 
Q what may be necessary to 
r protect his interest in this 
. suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 
^ By: Patty A. Kcenehan, 
Deputy, Clerk. 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 
M369LaskinRoad 
J P.O. Box 625 • 
' Virginia Beach, VA ii3451 

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The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii upon 
proper application being 
made from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion of 
the Complainant by the 
Respondent on or about 
February 25, 1978. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post offlce address being: 
109 S. 4th Street, 
Bradenton Beach, 
Florida. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 7th of June, 1978, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Stephen R; Margulies, 

p.q. 

Twenty-nine Selden 

Arcade 

Norfolk, VA. 23510 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va. on the 19th day of 
April, 1978. 



OF 



BORDER 

^-PUBLICATION ' 

livikaW ui\ inolc l?5l Oti Waiiiilff»:2i 

I'hrf tl»* ■eieiVaf' bfm^^ ' 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 17th day of 
April, 1978. 



GloriaDene Singleton, 



f^6i.« .. 



'n:;u; 



iagaii^W,3 .■>, 

Ricky Angelo Singleton, 

Defoidant. 



Gary L. Harral, 

Plaintiff, 

agamst 

Bemadette K. Harral, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of separation 
in excess of one ( 1 ) year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
rteident of the State of 
Vfa-ginia, the last known 
post office address 
being:2331 Common- 
wraith Street, Chicago, 
Illinois. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 7th of June, 1978. and 
do what may be necessary 
p protect her interest in 
this suit: 

> o 
A copy-teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendian, 
Deputy Qerk. 

UeeKelberg 

p.q. 

adte 101, 533 Newtown 

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

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The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 

post office address being: 
3610 Rolling Meadows 
Drive, Augusta, Georgia. 
It is, ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
9th of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. * , 

Michael £. Bowerman, 

p.q. 

Suite 104, Plaza Square 

Bldg. 

3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach. VA 23452 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court f the 
City of Vir^nu Be«:h. 
VA, on Che 17th Aiy of 
April. 1978. 

W«ody Lois Ewbank 



ff. 



In the ao^k's Offvx of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Oty of Virginia Beach. 
Va, on the 21st day of 
April, 1978. 

%aron Honminger, 

naintiff, 

afainst 

Urty Lee Hemminger, 

DefsKlant. 

Hie <Ai^ of this suit is 
to ot^HD a divorce a 
^nculo mttuMMiU frcHn 
the said (Mmcfauit, upon 
tte ^(Nindf of Aeamion ■ 
oae yev 'i mpui^^m. 



And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defoidant is a non- 
resident of the State Of 
Virginia, the last known 
p(Mt office address being 
unknown. It b ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 12th of June, 
1978, and do what be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

beput^Clerk. 



Philip H. Myers, p.q. 
Suite 200 Bel-Aire Bldg. 
1600 East Little Creek Rd. 
Norfolk, VA. 23518. 



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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 19th day of 
April, 1978. 

Frank Ott Bennet, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Tana Jene HoUoway 

Bennett, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2024 Thomas Street, 
Beloit. Wi»M>nsin. It is 
ordered thtf she do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
June, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-teste: 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. 
E)eputy Clerk. 



John V, 



Keenehan, 



A. Andrew Ege, Jr. p.q. 
Professional Bldg. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 18th day of 
April, 1978. 

Ridiard P. Reitz, 
Plaintiff, 
f^nst 

Patricia A. Reitz, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been mule and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
pmt office address being: 
2406 C. Monezuma. 
Florissart. Missouri 

63031. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 8th of June. 1978. and 
do what may be nece»ary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Jermne B. Fri«lman, p.q. 
160 Newtown Ro«l, Suite 
416 
VirpniaB«u:h.VA 23462 



VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Clerk's Office 
OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 19th 
Day of April. 1978. 

BROAD BAY PROPERTIES, INC. 

a Virginia Corporatitm, 

Complaintuit 
vs. 

ESTATE OF ROBERT PARKE JONES 



and 



Parties Unknown who may be interred in the graveyard 
and all parties having visitation or other rights in the 
graveyard located on a parcel in Lynnhaven Boroiigh. 
Great Neck area on Broad Bay. Virginia Beach, 
Virginiia, described as "Plat of Property to be Conveyed 
From The Estate of Robert Parke Jones to Broad Bay 
Properties, Inc.", said plat being recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, in Map Book 124, at Page 47, 
if living, or if any of them be dead then the surviving 
spouses, heirs, devisees, and successors in title of such 
said defendants, whose last known post office address is 
unknown, and who are made parties defendant by the 
general description of "Parties Unknown", 

Defendants , 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

This suit is brought pursuant to the provisions of 
S57-38.1 and S57-39 of the Code of Virginia, as 
amended, for the purpose of having the remains 
interred in the abandoned graveyard located on a parcel 
described as "Plat of Property to be Conveyed From 
The Estate of Robert Parke Jones to Broad Bay 
Properties, Inc.", located in Ly^inhaven Borough, 
Greak Neck area on Board Bay, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, removed to some more suitable repository, by 
•a reputable funeral director, in strict accordance with 
the standards of his profession, and in a manner having 
due respect for the dead and the sensibilities of their 
living heirs and next of kin. 

And affidavit having been made and filed that all 
parties respondent are unknown; that their whereabouts 
are unknown and their last and present post office 
addresses are unknown; 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
VA, on the 19th day of 
April, 1978. 



RuthE.Akright, 
Plaintiff, 
against 
Leon Akright, 
Defendant. 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one ^ar 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Strike, Naval Air Test 
Center, Patuxent River, 
Maryland, ^)670. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
June, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



William F. Bumside, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virginia Beach. VA. 
23451 



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A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 



It is accordingly ORDERED AND DECREED that 
the above named persons, the heirs at law and next of 
kin. Unknown Pvties who may be interred in the 
graveyard, and all parties having visitation or other 
rights in the graveyard located on the parcel designated 
"Plat of Property to be Conveyed From The Estate of 
Robert Parke Jones to Broad Bay Properties, Inc.", 
located in Lynnhaven Borough, Great Neck area on 
Broad Bay, Virginia B«ich, Virginia, if living, or if any 
of them be dead then (he surviving spouses, heirs, 

who are made parties defendant by the general 
description of "Parties Unknown", do appear on or 

before the 9th day of June. 1978, and do what is 

necessary to protect their interests.- 
And it is further ORDERED that a copy of this 
Order be published once a week for four successive 
weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general drculation in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and that a copy hereof be posted at the front 
door of the Courthouse of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 



VIRGINIA: IN THE . 
CLERK'S OFFICS OP THE 

aRcurr oourt op the 

QTY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, CM THE 3 DAY 
OF APRIL, 1978. 



A Copy-Teste: John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy Qerk. 
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In rie:Adoption of Reginald 
Leonard Qements to be 
named Reginald Leonard 
Moore 



4t 



VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFHCE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CfFY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 17th DAY OF April, 1978. 



In re: Adoption of Velenda Jaye Bryant 

to be named Velenda Jaye Dunn 

By: Dennis George Dunn and Velenda Smith Dunn, 
Petitioners 



To/ Donald Ray Bryant 
Fort Bragg 
Fayetteville, North Carolina 



ORDER 



This day came DentM George Dunn and 
Velenda Smith EHinn, Petitionws, and represented* 
that the object of this proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above named iaftat(s), Velenda Jaye 
Bryant, by Dennis George Dunn and and affidavit 
having been made and filed that Donald Ray Bryant, 
a itatural parent of said child, is a non-r«ident of the 
Sute of Virginia, the last known p<»t offlce addras 
. being: Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina. 

It is therefore Ordered that the said Donald 
Ray Bryant appear on or before the 7th day of June, 

1978 and indicate his attitude toward the 

pr(^)o$^ adoption, or otherwiK do what is necessary 

to protect his interest in this m«^. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress. Clerk 

By: Patti A. lUmehan, Deputy aerk. 

Edward T.Caton, p.q. 
2^P«a^Avaiue 
Vir^nia WmA, Va. 



By: Gregory Moore, Sr. A 
bffbara Jane Moore, Pet- 
ttiooers. 

To: Al Thomas Carter 
56th Blaine Street, N.E. 
Washington, D.C. 



(KIDER 



This day came Gregory 
Moore, Sr. and Barbara 
Jane Moore, Pethiooeri, 
and reivesented thai the 
object ^this proceediiig is 
to effect the u^jpiUm of the 
above naawd biftnt, 
Regia^ Leonard Oenwtts 
to be named ^inU 
Leonard Moore, hy Qregory 
Moore, Sr. mi Barbwa 
JaiK Moore, husbu^ and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed tint ^ 
Thooutt Ctfter, a aatural 
pareitt of said cUld, is a 
non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last kaowD 
post ofBce address beiflf: 
5«h Btalne Street, N.E. 
Washingtoa, D.C. 

It tt therefore Ortkred 
that the tidd Al Ttai^ 
Cu-ter appeu tefare thk 
Court on or before Mi^ 24, 
1978 aiui u^ote t^ m- 
itude towtfd the jMropoied 
adoptioB, or otherwtee do 
whtt n necessary to |»'otect 
his toerat hi this aMter. 



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v% 



A eoRT-iMte: John V. Fen- 
tress, Clerk 

By: J. OirtM FnA, Deiwty 
aerk 
James H PoreiMa p.q. 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 20 D/IY OF 
APRIL, 1978 

IN RE: Discharge from Liability to V, Alfred 
Etheridge, Former Treasurer of the City of Viifioia 
BcmA, Virginia Chanc. No. C78-3G 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



THIS MATTER cause to be heard upon the 
petition of V. Alfred Etheridge, former treasurer of the 
aty of Virgink Beach. Virginia, bv cental, to be 
discharged ttom liability pursuant to Section 58-933 of 
the Code of Virpinia: and 

WHEREAS, the Certificates requiicd by Section 
58-933 of the Code of Virginia having been presented to 
Uiis Court; and 

WHEREAS, the aforesaid Section 58-933 of the 
Code of Virginia requires publication of notice in a 
newspaper designated by the Court once a week for a 
period of four successive weeks uid by p(»ting at the 
front door of this Court, it is hereby ORDERED that 
the aerk of this Court (1) publish a copy of this Order 
in the Virginia Beach Sun once a week for a period of 
four successive weeks and (2) post a wjpy of this (Mer 
at the frcmt door of this Court, stating that V. Alflred 
Eth^dge, fornix treasure- of the City of Virginia 
Beach, will move the Court on the 16th day of June, 
1978, at 10:00 A.M. at the Courthouse thmof to enter 
an order of fiiul discharge from liability to him. 

I ask for this: 

V. Alfred Etneridge, Jr. 
AtttMmey for the Petitioner 

A Copy-Teste: John V. Fentress, Clo-k 
By: J. A. Fruit, Dq)uty Qtxk. 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT 
OOURT OP THE CITY OF VIRQINLi BEACH. ON THE 
28th DAY OF MARCH, 1978 



E. 



WILLIAMS 



CO.. 



INC. 



Complaintant 



vs. 



•J iiiiiU' i. a'J'i 



WARREN R. PHELPS and 
ALGENORA O. PHELPS. 
1329 Churdi Street 
Virgtaiia Beach, ^^i^< .a .<. 

HATTIE QAYNOR, deceased; 
CHARLIE FREEMAN and 
WILLIE LEE FREEMAN, whose 
• last known address is unknown and that the defendants 
Harry Vaughan, also known u Harry S. Vaughan, and 
Hattie Oayncr, are believed to be deoeued and that any of 
tudi defendants consorts. If any there be, whose naoMS are 
unknown, and if such defendants are dead, thefa- Survivfaig 
Mosorts, if any there be, the said defendants' chOdren if any 
there be, their heirs at law, next of Un, devisees, legatees, 
personal rei^esentatives, hen aeditors and Hen creditors of 
^ any befars or devisees, and any other person or corporation 
having any interest in the subject matter of this suit, i^ of 
whose post ofBce addresses are complete^ unknown; and 
that all of said parties are her^ made purtier defendant to 
this ivooeedbig by the general desoriptioB of 1>aities 
Unknown," Defenduts. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



The object of thk smt is to quiet the title to the 
following desaibed real property, iociAed in tlw Qty of 
Virgbiia Beach, State of Virgiaia. 

An Affidavit having been made and fited that the 
defendants are unknown as to the whereaboirts, address ud 
location, akhoi^h due deiUgence has been used by and on 
behalf of the comidafaiant to Mcertahi the eounty or 
corporttion in whidi the saki defendants are residing, but 
without effectj 

It isCSpBRED that they do appear here by the 18 
day of May, 19^ ud do what may be aecessvy to prote^ 
their interest in this suit. 

LEGAL DESCRIPTION OP REAL ESTATE 



AH that certain piece or pvcel of kad with the 
InrikUngs nd faiqiroveniems thereon, sttuated hi Keiq»vtte 
Borough, Oty of Virginia Beach, Virgfaua, desatfl)ed as 
foOows: 

Begfamiag at apoiat hi a ditch on the East s^ and at 
the Souttern end of a street running N 32<^ 30* E, through 
New Ufht, sometimes tarawnas ootored dieat to the ^nth 
skle of Indfaui River Road, where said <nch and tte 
Northern Ibe of the Hattie Q^mor property, formerly 
Jo>C|A K Oaynor property, mtersects sdd Souttern end of 
said street, saki Northern line of Oaynor bemg the divkUng 
Une between laiub of Oaynor and tends farmer^ ef J . l^fcdjy 
and C KO/^ck^ and rumiiaa thence alCHH the Eat ride of a 
IH^ivate road S 27 • 38' W, 20S.7 feet to a point; thence N 
69» 34* 07" W, 16.22 feet toasteel pfai; thence N. 69* 34'07" 
W, 18S.C3 itet to a point hi a (tt^; thenoe 4oag saU didi 
the foOowing ooivses: S 27* I3'06" W, 13.34 feet. S 18* 14' 
34- B, 2«.3S to a pipe. S 17* 03' 47" E, ^.44 feet to a 
potat: thenoe S 74* 01' 30" E, 12648 feet to a pdnt; A^oe 
N 26* 3S'03" B. 616.63 feet aiong the eenter of^ tftciitoa 
pofatt to the Northern Une of said QayMr Land; thence N 
75* 02' 19- W. 262.85 feet ak^ the oealer of a ditdi to the V 
pdBSL of begins u shown on Plat ^ttled 'Purvey of SN 
to'W Oenvcyed ^ Htttie Oqmor, ^e." recorded^ the 
a&k% Ottec ef the Ckcvit Gsnrt ef Vb^ia Bn^ 
Virgtad^ taiMq> Book 36. at Page ». to wUeh retecMkk 
here^ made far a more partkulv ^^tion of 4idd 
property. 

It to ftartter <8UDERED tlwt the foregotag portion d 
thto erder be pMsh^ enoe a w^k for im swo^hre 
w^ks hi the ^i^ia Bt^ Sun. a n ewtpi^et^ i Ai s h f d to 
the Cbjr of ^gtate tnA, Vlri^ta. ud hntm &natl 
ckfs^im to tM Cky. 

A C^ TnW JCM4 V. PENTRB^. CLfilK 

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ViTQinla B«ach Public Notices cont'd 



VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH The 14th day of April, 
1978. 

Jt?: Sally AdcliMMonfort, deceased. 



SHOW CAUSE ORJER 



It appeaong that a rqiort of the accounts of First & 
Merchantft National Bank, Bcecutor of the Estate^ of 
SiUy Adeline Monfbrt« deceased^and of the debts and 
dcmaads audnst her EstMe has been filed in the Clerk's 
Office, and thu six months have elapsed since the 
qualification, on motion of First A Merchants National 
Bank, Executpr «f the Estate of Sally Adeline Monfort; 

IT IS ORDERED, that the creditors of, and all 
othei? interested in, the estate do stow cause, if any 
they can, on the 12* day of May, 1978, before this 
Court at its courtroom, against the payment and 
deliyefy. of the Estate of Sally Adeline Monfort, 
deceased, to the distributees under the Will, withdut 
reqiuring refunding bonds. 

AiC<^ Teste: John V. Fenfress, aerk 
Byf Patti A, Keenehan, Deputy Qerk. 

I ask for tliis: 

THOMAS A. COI«K)R, 

Attorney for First & Merchants National Bank, 

Executor of the Estate of Sally Adeline Monfcm 



Thomas A. Connor 
Ansdl& Connor 
4336 Virginia Beadi Boulevard . 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 234S2 
486-6800 

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1W 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



"hie Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, May 17, 1978, 
at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers, Administration 
Building, Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The following applications will appear on the agenda. 

RPGULAR AGENDA: , 

1. Don J. Smith by A.B. M. Co^ntatfoov'UtnyiBlaan, 

Tract C, Section 3 and Tract t>. Section 1, Sandbridge 
Beach, Sandfiddler Road. Pungo Borough. 

2?. pott J, Smith by A.B.M. Cortwfation, Larry Blum, 
Agcnt« requests a variance of 20 feet to a 30 foot front 
]^^ setback instead of 50 feet as required of Lot 26, 
it$l^ C, Section 3 and Tract D, Section 1 , Sandbridge 
Beach, Sffltdfiddler Read. Pungo Borough. 

3. Teneh H. Phillips. Jr. requests a variance of 1 sign to 
4 js^gns instead of 5 signs as allowed per establishment 
and of 4 free-standuig si^ (1 allowed, 2 
noticonfofming, 1 requoted instead of 1 free-standing 
sign as allowed on Parts of Block 33, 38 and 39, Buclid 
Place, Virginia Beftch Boulevard. Kempsville Borough. 

4. J. C. Ha]sema requests a variance to allow parkmg of 
ft<major:rKrMti(Mial equipnMitt in froiit of a building 
insleul of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacoit to a public street on Lot 21 , Block L, Section 2. 
Pji^iii)t^O' Woods, 429 E., Plantation Road. L-ynnhaven 
Bqrough, 

S; Jeffirey B. and R«ui A. Black request a variance of 15 
felt to a 5 foot side yard setback (ildrth property line) 
ptead of 20 feet as required (4et«c|ted garage) on Lot 
ij^, Lotus Garden Fanns, Lotus Drive. Princess Anne 
Borough. 

6. Jeroine S. Gross requests a variaince of 4 inches in 
fence height to 4 feet 4 inches in height instead of a 4 
i99t, fence as allowed oa Lots 21, 22, 23, Avalon 
liimee Extended, 5S(^ Gara Road. Kempsville 
BorOttglF: ' ' 

|. James J. Lee requests a variance of 17 feet to a 13 
fq<^irontj«rd setback (Raff Road) instwd of 30 feet as 
miuired of Lot 1, B^sk 0, Section 4, Aragona Village, 
691 ^Moner Road. Bayside Borough. 
•^■f="^ • ■ 

Ij^j^^aniel C. ^li» r^uests a variance of 1 foot to a 9 
ftxH iMe yvi m\uek ^wm propoty line)inst«^ <rf 10 
^ asrreqiured Lot 7, Block 52, Shadowlawn Heights, 
KfthStr^. Virginia Beuh Borough. 

9. I^uiid C. Lake re(pi«tts a var»nce of 1 foot to a 9 
foot »^ yard «$bact (eitft t^opmy line) iittt^ of 10 
fieft «s r«qpi«d of Lot 5, Block 52, Shi^owlawn 
H^&f 10th ^f«e«. ^^nia Beach Borough. 



iQ/R(rit>ert Ue Barnes c«limU a varimce to aUow 
l^^d^ Qf ttsmiot Fea<i^onat equi]»n«fit in front of a 
feJal^^te^Mi nf b^riad the nearrat portion of a 
MHfi^ ^»nt to a ptiblie strnt on Lot 1, Block 6, 
Section 10, Ara^na Village, 4953 Rachel Str«t. 
B|i3^fior(wgh. 

U^tMaam^Y. ttshc^ miurats a variance to allow 
ptA^ rfa fl^or i«areii^Ml 6iuipm»it in front of a 
iMifttoi to^ad (tf bc^nd the neut^t {Kjrtion of a 
bdi^«4^KeM to aj^lMMtf* on Lot 4, Nock A. 
Seetk» 1. <*HKe«ff VBk^e, 1872 Wolfsoare Road. 



12. Gmrge M. Keen requests a variance of 1 .8 feet to a 
13.2 foot side y*d (west property line) instead of 15 feet 
as required of Lot 80, Resubdivision of Lots 79 and M. 
North Unkhom Park, 1101 Bay C^l(my Drive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

13. Harry E. Steele requests a variant of 2 fe^ on an 8 
foot side yard s^back (south property line) instmd of 10 
feet as required of Lot 181, Section 5, LakeviUe Estates, 
865 Morgan Trail. Kempsville Borough. 

14. Emmanuel Tabernacle Church requests varimce of 
1.64 acres to 1.36 acres (59241.6 square feet) of land 
area instead of 3 acres as required for a church and of 4 
feet to a 26 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as 
required and of 10 feet to a 5 foot side yard setback 
(south property line) instead of 15 feet as required for 
uses other than dwellings on Lots 5,6, 11. 12. Block S, 
Lot 1, and Part of Lots 2,3,4,7, & 8. Block 5, also a 
portion of Gator Road, Property of E.E. Booker, 
Lynnhaven Village, 157 Morrison Avenue. Lynnhavoi 
Borough. 

15. Robert T. and Nancy J. Taylor request a variant of 
6.5 feet to a 1.5 foot side yard setback (north property 
line) and of 5.4 feet to a 2.6 foot side yard setback 
(south property line) instead of 8 feet each as required 
and of 6.5 feet to a 3.5 foot rear yard setback instead of 
10 feet as required (2nd story to an existing house) on 
Lot 6, Block 20, Section B, Ocean Park, 2217 
Rockbridge Road. Bayside Borough. 

16. Marvm S. and Claire L. Friedberg request a 
variance of 15 feet to a 15 foot rear yard adjacent to the 
Atlantic Ocean instead of 30 feet as required of Lot 4, 
Block 11, Cape Henry Syndicate, Between 82nd and 
83rd Street. Lynnhaven Borough. 

17. Theim J. Scott, Jr. requests a variance to allow 
parking of a major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 4, Block A, 
Delaware Oaks, 923 Delaware Avenue. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

18. Jack Glaser and Bob Mervis request a variance of 10 
feet in building height to 45 feet above grade instead of 
35 feet in building height as allowed on Lot 5, Ocean 
Park, Dupont Circle. Bayside Borough. 

DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. Sun Oil Co. of Pennsylvania by Gregory J. Gwaltney 
requ^ts a variance of 26 feet to a 9 foot setback from 
Old Providence Road instead of 35 feet as required 
(canopy and cashier kiosh) on Site E, College Park, 
6101 Indian River Road. Kempsville Borough. 
(Deferred April 5, 1978). 



feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
391.38 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 1019.04 feet in a Northeasterly dirMtion, 
running a distance of 224.94 feet in a Southeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 1874.75 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 818.41 
feet in a Northwesterly direction and running a distance 
0(409.37 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said par^l 
contains 185.272 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
3, 

Application of Exxon Corporation for a Conditional 
Use Permit for an automobile service station on certain 
property located at the Northwest intersection of 
Holland Road and South Plaza Trail, running a 
distance of 185 feet along the North side of Holland 
Road, running a distance of 228.77 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 185 feet 
along the Northern property line, and ruiming a 
distance of 228.77 feet along the West side qf South 
Plaza Trail. Said parcel contains .97 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



Application of Stanwood Dickman for a Conditional 
Use Permit for an automobile service station on certain 
property located at the Southeast intersection of 
Holland Road and Keener Lane, running a distance of 
22S feet along the South side of Holland Road, running 
a distance of 145 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 152 fMt in a Southeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 122 feet in a 
Southwesteriy direction, running a distance of 450.7 
feet along the Southern property line and running a 
distance of 245 feet along the East side of Keener Lane. 
Said parcel contains 1.8 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 




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the required 2^5 foot setbacJt^'froiirtiisti-cit'^ij^^ , 

prohibited on Parcel 13A, Airport Industrial Park,!i4fl '_ PUNGO BOROUGH: 

Air Rail Avenue. Bayside Borough. 



Application of The Congregation of Hope Lutheran 
Church for. a Conditional Use Permit for a church on 
certain property located on the North side of 
Providence Road Relocated beginning at a point 650.79 
feet East of Balfor Drive, running a distance of 280 feet 
more or less along the North side of Providence Road 
Relocated, running a disance of 781.09 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 301 .51 feet 
along the Northern propoty line and running a distance 
of 709.88 feet along the Western property line. Said 
parcel contains 5.25 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
6. 

Application of Trustees, Thalia United Methodist 
Church for a Conditional Use Permit for a church on 
certain property located at the Southwest comer of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard and Fir Avenue, running a 
distance of 641 feet along the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running a distance of 250 feet more or 
lc;ss along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 5 10 feet along the Soutlwm ivoperty line and running 
fa distance of 204 fett along the West side of Fir Avenue. 
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ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE 
THE BOARD. 

W.L. TOWERS V 

Secretary 

VBS 4/26, 5/3 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach will be held in the Council Chambers of 
the Administrative Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, May 15, 
1978, at 1:00 P.M., at which time Uie following 
applications will be heard: 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

I. 

Application of Unity Church of Ti(tewater for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a church on a certain 
property located on the North side of Shell Road 
beginning at a point 320 feet more or less W^t of 
Downs Luie, running a distance of 574.8 feet along the 
Southwn property line of which 342.8 feet is the North 
side of Shell Road, running a distance of 838.67 feet 
along the Western propoty line, running a distance of 
644.22 feet along the Northon property line of which 
347.99 feet is the South side of NOTthampton 
Boulevard, and running a distance of 1043.8 feet along 
the Eastern property line. Said j;ai<xl contains 11.286 
acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

2.; 

Application of E.V. Williams Company, Inc., for a 
Conditional Use Permit te opoate a borrow pit on 
(%rtain property located on the South side of Indian 
River Road beginning at a point 1259.32 feet West of 
Kempsville Road, running a distance of 494.11 feet 
along the South side of Indian River Road, running a 
distance of 297.28 feet in a Southo^ly direction, running 
a distant^ of 600 fMt in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 629.40 feet in a Southerly 
direAion, running a distance of 548.70 feet in a 
Westerly direction, running a distance of 165.30 feet in 
a Southerly dir«:tion, running a distant of 355.10 feet 
in a WKterly direction, running a distance of 470.38 
fMt in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 
127.21 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance 
of 4M}.24 f«t in a Northw«terly dir«:tion, running a 
distance of 195.92 fetl in a Northerly direction, running 
a distance of 597.60 f«t in a Westerly direction, 
running a distance of 1791.45 f«t in a &>uthwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 2820.52 feet in a 
Southeasteriy direction, running a distam^ of 1014.21 



Application of Ralph and Judy Mooney for a 
Conditional Use Permit for horses for hire and 
boarding on certain property located on the West side of 
Seaboard Road beginning on certain property located 
on the West side of Seaboard Road beginning at a point 
6336 feet South of Leroy Drive, running a distance of 51 
feet more or less along the West side of Seaboard Road, 
running a distance of 2931.72 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 443.31 feet in a 
Norihwesterly direction, running a distance of 1634.58 
feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 
879.30 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 1343.23 feet an Easterly direction, running a 
distance of 687.41 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 487.96 fwt in a Northeasteriy 
direction, running a distance of 1158.96 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 1080.15 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
718.97 feet in a Southeasteriy direction and running a 
distance of 1420.12 feet in a Northeasterly direction. 
Said parcel contains 59.3 acres. PUNGO BOROUGH. 

• LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



Application of Virginia Beach Campgrounds, Inc. 
(KOA), for a Conditional Use Permit for a 12 - foot by 
5 - foot sign on certain property located on the West side 
of South Birdneck Road beginning at a point 531 .61 feet 
North of Bells Road, running a distant of 152 feet 
more or less along the West side of South Birdneck 
Road, running a distance of 755.57 feet along the 
Northern property line, running a distant of 152.90 
feet along the Western property line and running a 
distance of 723.95 feet along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.577 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



Application of Graydon Banks Walker «id I^vid 
Michael Ascher for a ConditiomU Use Permit for a jet 
ski rental on certain property located on the North side 
of Laskin Road banning at a point 728 feet East of 
Oriole Drive, running a distance of 88.50 feet along the 
North side of Laskin Rcmd, running a distance of 122.83 
feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 105 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
99.31 feet in a Northwesterly direction, runni^ a 
distance of 152.^ feet in a SouthwRterly dir«:tion and 
running a distance of 1W.43 feet in a South«ly 
direction. Said ^rcel contains .4^ aa^. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

10. 

Application of Prini^s Anne Corp., T/A Prim^ss 
Anne Memorial Park, Inc., for a Conditional Use 
Permit to opertte a cemetery. Mausoleum, 
columbarium, chapel, administrative offices and 
«iuipment maintenance and storage on certain propoty 
located on tl« East side of North Gr«t Neck Road 
beginning at a point 950 f«t imwe or less North of 
Inlynnview Rcwrf, running a distant of 912 feet along 



the East side of North Great Neck Road, runmng a 
disUuK% of 1465 feet along the Northern property Hne, 
running a distuice of 758,30 feet idong the EMirn 
property line and running a disunc« of 1667 feet along 
the Southern property line. Said parcel contains 31 
acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

11. 

^Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Section 4.1(m) of 
the Subdivision Ordinance relating to street right-of- 
way widths. More detailed information is available in 
the Department of Planning. 

12. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Aftide iO, 
Section 1001, of the Comprehensive Zoning OrdinanM 
pertaining to use r^ulations for schools. More detail^ 
infoimation is available in the Department of Planntiig. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 



Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 



VBS 4/26, 5/3 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



The Virginia Beach Planning Commission will hold a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 9, 1978, at 12:00 
Noon in the Council Chambers of the Administration 
Building, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. The following applications will appear on the 
agenda: 

DEFERRED 30 DAYS BY PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON APRIL 1 1 , 1978: 

1. 

Petition of Willowood Holding Corporation for a 
Change of Zoning District Cluslfication from A-1 
Apartment District to A-3 Apartment District on certain 
property located on the Southside of Ounn Hdl Drive 
beginning at a point 212.93 feet East of Oceana 
Boulevard, running a distance of 430.94 feet along the 
Northern property line of which 149 feet is the South 
side of Gunn Hidl IMve, runnbig a distance of 327 feet 
along the Eastern propoty line, running a distance of 
327,02 ^eet along .the Southern piopfi^y lUii ind 
running a distlttiwKtf! 230 feet along the Western 
propoty line. Said^fnrael contaioi 1^ acna<Ouaft Hiril 
Manor Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUOH. 

REGULAR AGENDA: ^ 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 



Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officos in regvd to certain elonents of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Elizabeth L. 
Montgomery. Propoty located on the Northern 
extremity of Sycamore Road. PhUs with more detailed 
information are available hi the Department of 
Planning. 

3. 

Subdivision Varituioe: An>eal from Pecisions of 
Administi-atiw Officos hi r^fard to certain dements of 
th Subdivision Ordii£uiM, Subdivision for William O. 
Yeates, Jr., and Kathryn B. Yeates. Property located on 
the Soutii side of Yeates Lam at the Eastern 
extremity.Plats with more detailed informati(» arc 
available in the Department of Planning. 

4. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officos in reprd to cotain elemoUi of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Robot E. 
and Alice F. Smithson. Property is located 110 feet 
West of Middle Lane and extoids from the Southern 
boundary of Ohio Avoiue to the Northon boundary of> 
Indiana Avoiue. Plats with more detailed InfonnMion 
are available in the Deiwrtment of Phuining. f. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICA- 
TION: 

5. 

Petition of the Esute of Fred A. Haycox for A Oiai^ 
of Zoning District Clauification fr<nn R-8 Resi<toitial 
IMstrict to B-2 Community-Busi^ss [Strict on oertain 
propoty looued at the Southoult intoseetion of 
Genoal Booth Boulevard and So^ Hrdmck Road, 
running a distance of 425.92 fe^ akmg the East si(te of 
General Booth Boulevard, nmning a distance of 448.75 
feet along the Southern pr&paty Une, runnuig a 
distance of ^)0 feet in a Nmtheastoly direction, 
running a distance of 2M feet m a Wettoly dire^on, 
running a distance of 185 fe«t in a Nmrtlwly dire^on 
and ^nning a distant of 38 feet ak^ tlw South si<te of 
South Birdneck Road. Said pared «MMains 2.5 aorel. : 
PRINCES ANNE BOROUGH. 



Poition of Bruce B. Mills for a C%ai^ of Zoning 
District Classification from A-1 Ajwrtmcty IMstrict to 
A-2 Apartment District on (^tain fKC^etty tocated A 
the Northwest intersection of PoiiojrtMuta Aymme nA 
S«:ond Stre^, running a distil of IS7.S0 ttti akmg 
the W«t side of P«sns]4^»ta Anem, mm^ a 
distance of 130 feet tfong ^ Nttrtton p'^Mity lini, 
running a distance of 160 fed akMOg tlw We^n 
pi^ioty Ime mi running a <^ttUMe of 120 tern. ^^ 
the North sitkttf Sie&mi £hnd. SM ^ed oMta^ M 
acre. KEMPSVILLE ik»OUCm. 



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7. 

Petition of William E. Wood for a Change of Zoning 
IMstrict Classification from R-8 Residential District to 
0-1 Office District on certain property located on the 
North side of Kempsville Road beginning at a point 780 
feet West of Brandon Boulevard, running a distance of 
670 feet along the North side of Kempsville Road, 
'running a distance of 542 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 685 feet along the 
Northern property line and running a distance of 570 
feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 8.6 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH". 



8. 

Petition of Carlton E. and Josephine Coppersmith for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from R-5 
Residential District to 0-1 Office District on certain 
property located at the Southeast intersection of 
K«npsville Road and Providence Road, running a 
distance of 1 87.83 feet along the East side of Kempsville 
Road, running a distance of 107.14 feet alpng the 
Southern property line, running a distance of 187.83 
feet along the Eastern property line and running a 
distance of 107.14 feet along the South side of 
Providence Road. Said parcel contains ,462 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



Petition of Herbert L. Kramer for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-1 Residential District to 
R-3 Residential District on Certain property located at 
the Northeast intersection of Dunstan Lane and 
Wakefield Drive, running a distance of 905.37 feet 
along the North side of Dunstan Lane, running a 
distance of 274.76 feet in a Northerly direction, running 
a distance of 386.26 feet in a Westerly direction, 
running a distance of 463.95 feet in a N(Mtherly 
direction, running a distance of 282.16 feet along the 
Northern property line and naming a distiance of 648.43 
feet along the East side of Wakefield Drive. Said parcel 
contains 9.19 acres. (Thoroughgood Estates Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



10. 

Petition of Herbert L. Kramer for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-3 Residential District to 
R-4 Residential District on certain property loqated on 
the East side of Wakefield Drive beginning at a point 
290 feet more or less South of Dunstan Lane, running a 
distance of 926 feet more or less along the East side of 
Wakefield Drive, running a distance of 473 feet more or 
less along the Southern property line, running a distance 
of 575 feet more or less in a Northeasterly direction, 
miming a distance of 153.84 feet in a Northerly 
direction and running a distance of 161.35 feet in a 
Northwesterly, direction. Said .pafo^^soaiiljU. jL26 
acres. (Thoroughgood Estatei Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 



11- 

Petition of Redwing Associates, a Virginia PartOjorship, 

for a Change of Zoning District Classification fi'om 

AG-1 Agricuhural District to B-2 Community-Business 

District on parcels located 30.91 feet West of Oceana 

Boulevard. 



Parwl I: Beginning at a point 750 feet more or less 
South of Prosperity Road, running a dii^ance of 98.61 
feet along the Eastern property line, running around a 
curve a distance of 35.05 feet, running a distance of 
737.29 feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 169.74 feet along the Western prc^jerty line 
and running a distance of 788.36 feet along the 
Northern property line. 

Parcel 2: Beginning at a point 810 f^t more or 1<^ 
, S6uth of Prosperity Road, running a distance of 234.05 
fMt along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 831.21 feet along the Southern property line, runni^ 
a distance of 227.58 feet iii a NorthwMterly direction, 
running a distance of 128.20 feet in a Westerly 
direction, running a distance of 4/4.88 feet in a 
Northe^terly direction and running a distance of 
849.79 feet along the Northern property line. | 

Said parcels contain 11.796 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

12. . 

Petition of Seven E Company for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-8 Residential District to 
A- 1 Apartment District on certain property locate on 
,.Uie South side of Bonney Road beginning at a point 
jMO.4 feet more or less West of Ewell Road, running a 
distance of 15.37 feet along the South side of Bonney 
Road, running a distant of W1.17 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance pf 5^.% 
leet In a Southwisterly direction, running a distance of 
389.24 feet in a Southeasterly dir«:tion. running a 
distance of 711.58 feet in a Northeasterly direction and 
running a distance of 1037.70 f«t in a Northwesterly 20. 
direction. Said parcel contains 5.268 acr«. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



14. 

Petition of Hermitage Townhouse Associates for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from R-5 
Residential District to B-2 Community-Business 
District on certain property located on the East side of 
Providence Road beginning at a point 353.44 feet South 
of Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 492.70 
feet along the East side of Providence Road, runidng a 
distance of 904. 16 feet along the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 682.76 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a distance of 739.77 feet 
along the Northern property line. Said parcel contains 
1 1 .949 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

15. 

Petition of Willowood Holding Corporation for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from AG-1 
Agricultural District to A-3 Apartment District on 
certain property located at the Southeast intersection of 
Oceana Boulevard and Gunn Hall Drive, runidng a 
distance of 351.36 feet along the East side of O^ana 
Boulevard, running a distance of 245.6 feet along the 
Southern property line, running a distance of 330 feet 
along the Eastern property line and running a distance 
of 212.93 feet along the South side of Gunn HaU Drive. 
Said parcel contains 1.7 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

16. 

Petition of Coite B. Rudacil and Robert C. Sewell for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from R-4 
Residential District to A-2 Apartment District on 
certain property located on the North side of Wishart 
Road beginning at a point 420 feet more or less East of 
Independence Boulevard, running a distance of 291.30 
feet along the North side of Wishart Roadj running a 
distance of 77.75 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 70.80 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 101.45 feet in an Easterly 
direction, running a distance of 150 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running a distance of 39.20 feet in a 
Northwesteriy direction, running a distance of 120.60 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
159.96 feet along the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 600.71 feet along the Western 
property line. Said parcel contains 2.077 acres. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

17. 

Petition of Frederick B. Bryant, Trustee of the Bryant 
Family Trust, for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from I- 1 Light Industrial District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the North side of Greenwich Road beginning 
at a point 2080 feet more or less East of Newttwn R(»d, 
running a distance of 430 feet more or less along the 
North side of Greenwich Road, running a distanca of 
280.37 feet akmg the Eastern j^(opert^Jne,rurutt^ a 
•dfeMxnce of aatiti !>■> iftipgfirMiiihilw piiJlfi>%ttie 
and runnmg a distanccofSf? .1 J fdrt afteng the Vest^rn 
property line. Said parcel contains 2.866 teres. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

18. 

Petition by Motion of the Planning Commission of the 
City of Virginia Beach for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-8 Residential District to AG-1 
Agricultural District to correct a surveyor's error which 
has been carried over from previous years on certain 
property located on the South side of London Bridge 
Road beginning at a point 2850 feet more or less East of 
Shipps Corner Road, running a distance of 200 feet 
along the South side of London Bridge Road, running a 
distance of 490 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
runnning a distance of 150 feet in a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 700 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 340 feet 
in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 710 
feet in a Northeasteriy direction, running a distance of 
160 feet in a Southeasteriy direction and running a 
distance of 500 feet in a Northeasteriy direction. Plats 
with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 



19. 

Petition by Motion of the Planning Commission of the 
City of Virginia Beach for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from AG-1 Agricultural District to R-8 
Residential District to correct a surveyor's error which 
has been carried over from, previous years on certain 
property located on the South side of London Bridge 
Road beginning at a point 3050 feet more or less East of 
Shipps Comer Road, running a distance of 190 feet 
more or less along the South side of London Bridge 
Road, ranning a distance of 460 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction, mnning a distance of 150 feet in a 
Northwesterly dironion and mnning a distance of 485 
feet more or less in a Northeasterly direction. Plats with 
more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 



Petition of Rol^rt W. Waddell, M.D., and Grover C. 
Wright, Jr., Trustees of Virginia Bwch Orthopedic 
Association, for a Change of Zoning District 
Oassiflcation from R-5 R«idential District to 0-1 
Wflce District on certain property located on the Stouth 
^e of Old Donation Parkway beginning at a point 
1049.^ feet W«t of First Colonial Road, mnning « 
Stance of 48l.?l feet along the Eastern property line, 
muing a distance of 745.93 fwt along the Southern 
|«Verty Unc ai^ ranning a distance of 813.73 f«t 
the r«fcWhCTn property line of which 739.3 1 tm. is 
South si<k of CMd Donation IHutway. Said iwcd 
^sH. r«53«w. LYNNHAVEN WROUCH. 



P«ition by Motion of the Planning Commission of the 

City of Virginia Beach for a Change of Zoning District 

Classification from AG-1 Agricultural Distria to R-8 

Residential District to correct a surveyor's error which 

has been carried over from previous y«rs on certain 

property located 490 feet South of London Bridge 

Road, beginning at a point 3360 feet more or less East 

of Shipps Corner Road, ranning a distance of 200 feet 

in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 310 

feerin a Southwesterly direction, ranning a distance of 

610 feet more or less in a Southerly direction, running a 

distance of 410 feet in a Northwsterly direction, 

ranning a distance of 200 feet in a Northeasterly 

direction, ranning a distance of 60 f«t in a 

Southeasterly direction and ranning a distance of 830 

f^ more or less in a Northeasterly dir«:ti«i. Plats with 

more detailed information are avatoWe in the 

Department of Planning. PRI?*3SS ANNE 

TOROUGH. 



21. ^ 

Petition by Motion of the Planning Commission of the 
City of Virginia Beach for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from P-1 Preservation District to R-8 
Resid«itial District on certain property located on the 
West side of Holly Avenue beginning at the Western 
extremity of 63rd Street, running a distance of 80 feet 
more or less 2l<m% the West side of Holly Avenue 
(Eastern boundary of Seashore State Park), ranning a 
distance of 110 feet more or less along the Northern 
property line, ranning a distance of 70 feet more or less 
along the Western property line and ranning a distance 
of 90 feet more or l«s along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 7500 square feet more or less. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

22. 

Application of Grorge S. and Alma V. Johnson for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a duplex on certain 
property located on the South side of Indian River 
Road beginning at a point 1010 feet more or less East of 
Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 15 feet 
along the South side of Indian River Road, running a 
distance of 1376.80 feet along the Eastern property 
line., ranning a distance of 573.60 feet in a 
Northwesterly dir«nion, running a distance of 428.67 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
379.46 feet in a Southeasterly direction and running a 
distance of 828 feet in a Northerly direction. Said parcel 
contains 5.001 acres. PUNGO BOROUGH. 



23. 

Application of Robert C. O'Neal for a Conditional Use 

Permit to operate a bicycle rental on certain property 

located at the Northeast corner of 24th Street and 

Atlantic Avenue on property of the Holiday Inn. Said 

parcel is 30 feet by 41 feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 

BOROUGH. 



24. 

Application of Virginia Beach Racquet Club North 
Associates for a Conditional Use Permit for handball 
and racquetball courts, additional outdoor courts, club 
house with restaurant (private), and additional partially 
enclosed indoor courts on certain property beginning at 
a point 940 feet more or less North of the intersection 
of Great Neck Road and Thomas Bishop Lane, running 
a distance of 310 feet more or less in a Northwesterly 
direction, ranning a distance of 20 feet more or less in a 
Northerly direction, mnning a distance of 50 feet more 
or less in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance 
of 500 feet more or less in a Northerly direction, 
running a distance of 479.35 feet along the Northern 
property line, ranning a distance of 971.52 feet along 
the Western property line, running a distance of 77.67 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 
178.46 feet in a Northeasterly direction and running a 
distance of 1 10 feet in an Easterly direction. Said parcel 
contains 8 acres more or less. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



25. 

Application of Dennis A. Harrison for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a private recreational area for a building 
for the storage of boats on certain property beginning 
at a point 2904 feet more or less East of Princess Anne 
Road, mnofitg a distance of 100 feet along the South 
side of Public Landing Road, ranning a distance of 125 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
of S4.75 feet in a Southeasterly direction, ranning a 
distance of 63 feet along the Southern property line and 
ranfldng a distant of 155.4 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains 0.3 acre. (Back Bay 
Area). PUMOO BOROUGH. 



26. 
^ Application of Li'l Shopper, Inc., for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a gasoline service station and 
convenience store on certain property located on the 
North side of Shore Drive beginning at a point 316 f^t 
East of Pleasure House Road, ruiming a distance of 1 50 
ffet al(»i| the North side of Shore Drive, ranning a 
distance of 216.44 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 150 feet along the Northern 
property line (iSouth side of HoUis Road) and running a 
distance of 236.21 feet along the Western property line. 
&ud parcel contains .61 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



27. 

Apiriication of Unity Church of Tidewater for a 
Cmiditional Use Permit for a church on certain 
propoty located on the North side of Shell Road 
banning at a point 320 feet more or less West of 
Downs Lane, ranning a distance of 574.8 feet along the 
Southern property line of which 342.8 feet is the North 
side of Shell Road, running a distance of 838.67 feet 
tlmg the Wntera property line, mnning a distance of 
644.22 fwt along the Northern property line of which 
347.99 feet is the South side 6f Northampton 
Boulevard, and ranning a distance of 1043.8 feet along 
the Eastern {M-operty line. Said parcel contains 11.286 
acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



28. 

Application of American Oil Company for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a self-service gasoline 
service station on certain property located at the 
Soutl^ast intat«nion of Laskin Road and First 
Gonial Road, mnning a distance of 132.23 feet along 
the South side of Laskin Road, ranning a distance of 
150.03 f^ aloi^ the Eastern property line, running a 
(Ustance of 156.48 fe^ along the ^utho-n property 
Hm, mnning a distance of 126.48 feet along the E«t 
side of First Col<mial Road and ranning around a curve 
a distuu^ of 37.81 f^t. Said parcel contains .53 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



29. 

Apjdication of EminantMl Tabernacle Church for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a church on drtain 
property located at the Northwest intersection of 
Morrison Avenue and the Norfolk-Virginia Beach 
Expressway, ranning a distance of 308.88 feet along the 
West side of Morrison Avenue, running a distance of 
290 feet along the Northern property line, ranning a 
distance of 100 feet along the Western property line and 
mnning a distance of 360 feet along the North side of 
the Norfolk-Virginia Beach Expressway. Said parcel 
contains 1.36 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



30. 

Application of Lyle T. Smith for a Conditional Use 
Permit for a full-service gasoline service station on 
certain property locatwl at the Southwest intersection 
of Princess Anne Road and Corner Road, ruAning a 
distance of 299.92 feet along the West side of Princess 
Anne Road, running a distance of 162.88 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, mnning a distance of 153 feet 
in a Northwesteriy direction, ranning a distance of 225 
feet in a Southwesterly direction, ranning a distance of 
132.01 feet along the East side of Salem Road and 
ranning a distance of 253.94 feet along the South side 
of Comer Road. Said parcel contains 6.74 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



31. 

Application of Amoco Oil Company for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a gasoline service station on certain 
property located at the Southeast intersection of 
Providence Road and Lord Dunmore Drive, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the South side of Providence 
Road, mnning a distance of 130 feet along the Eastern 
property Ime, mnning a distance of 160 feet along the 
Southern property line, running a distance of 110 feet 
along the Western property line and running around a 
curve a distance of 20 feet. Said parcel contains .475 
acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



AMENDMENTS: 

32. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 6, 
Section 605, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to off-street parking requirements for 
offices. More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 



33. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Articled. 
Section 805, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaiiung to off-street parking requirements for 
offices. More deftailed information ' is avaflifole lH?the 
Department of Planning. 



34. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virgina Beach to amend and reordain Article 9, 
Sections 905, and 915, of the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaining to off-street parking 
requirements for offices. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 



35. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 10, 
Section 1005, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to off-street parking requirements for 
offices. More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 



36. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 15, 
Section 1505, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to off-street parking requirements for 
offices. More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 



plats with more detailed information on the above 
applications are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

All interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott 
I^ector of Planning 



(Virginia Beach Sun-April 26, 1978 and May 3, 1978 - 1 
time each) 



Licensed to wed 



Louis M. White Jr., 4415 Ooan View Avoiue, and 
Nancy C.Dmoch, 4415 Oc^n View Avenue. ^ 

Laurin L. Lader, South Carolina, and Glenda D. 
Whitlow, 432 Dunway Court. 

Mkhael E. Cooper, 2045 Holland Road, and Lyn^te 
Philpot, 678 Barberton Drive. 

Andrew A. Jones, 432 Appian Avenue, and Michelle D. 
Ho|»on, 432 Appian Avenue. 

Robert B. Brown, 923 Caroling Avenue, and Frances D. 
Chalm»s, 509 Piney Branch Drive. 

Paul F. Stalls, 1212 Capt. Adams Court, and i:k}nna M. 
Hanuker, 1212 Cvpi, Adams Court. 

Atex W. itxm, 333 Overlcok Court, and Mary E. 
Caraell, 333 Overlook Court. 

John P. TeWalt III, 1663 New York Avraue. and 
Barte* E. Johnsoi, 1663 New York Avenue. 

Douglas T. Daniels, Texas, and Joy^ A. Mountam, 7^ 
Fox Run Road. 



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Mode/ "4 " Fords take to Beach roads 




Menbcn of the Stay funily load ap for the oottag. 
Pictared tat Giao, m md Windy. Speedy Scay if at the 
whedefUsModdAHck-nptrack. i 



By Bob Bridges 
Special to the SUN 



"Oatitaadfaq" was how club preiid^t Robert 
Forest toothed the iuigaral tour of the Cape Hcwy 
Modci "A" Ford dab. The oattag took place Soaday, 
April 16. 

AccordliV to Forarter, twelve dab can aad three 
■oa-BieBib«r cars auide tN trip from Prlacess Aim 
Plaza to the Cape Henry Ugbthoue for a pkaic loach 
aad back. 

This was the dab's first ootiag siMt its fonaation tai 
Jaanary. Aaothtf toar is i^naed for May 14 to 
Carter's Grove Plaatatioa aear WIHIaauhaif . 

The dub, which prescally has tweaty aMBiben, Is 
opea to aayooe la the Tidewater area with a Modal "A" 
Ford. The ^>als of tlM dub are to ai^tabi the Modd 
"A" ia Ito or^laal sttite and ^> act as a source of 
faiformatfon aad help to members. 

Hie dub's fonmtlou coincides with the goUen 
anniversary of the Modd "A", Qve adHion of which 
wwe produced betwo» 192S and 1991. 

A technical sndon wiH be hdd by the dub this 
Saturday, April 29. For additional hpfonuMlon contact 
Forester at 340-0226. 




Cape Reaiy IMd A dih piaddent Robert FofNftir 
was at the vlml «f his ipNUorad Modd A. 



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Shj^^ sold locally are recalled 



San Francisco Shirr Works is voluntarily recalling and 
refunding the purdiase price on four styles of ladies' 
sweatshirts sold in the Tidewater area because they fail 
to comply with a federal flammability standard. If 
ex|x»ed to an ignition source such as a cigarette ash, an 
open flame, or any spark, they could ignite and burn 
with a rapid and intense flame. (No injuries have been 
reported to date.) 

Some 22,500 of these ladies' sweatshirts were 
imported by San Francisco Shirt Works, Inc., from a 
Aong Kong manufacturer and distributed nationwide to 
Trailers during October and early November 1977. 
Shirts whicbuappear ^to [be tdentioal but iiihidi t wpre 
ddiVeMifo retailers in ^q>p>OkAniltt<l>M&lyI^ 19Tf have 
passed the flammability test required by the standard. 
Only those shirts sold to retailers during and after 
October 1977 fail to comply with the standard. 

All the ladi^' shirts are 100 percent cotton, fleecy 



side out, with long sleeves. Sewn-ln labels at the back of 
the neck say "SAN FRANCISCO TEA PARTY" with 
a cablecar woven in the label. The identifying labels also 
say "Made in Hong Kong." These sweatshirts were 
available in winter white, pink, yellow, peach, blue and 
chamois. 

The company will refund to consumers the purchase 
price of suspect garments. Persons who believe they 
have these sweatshirts should write for refund 
procedures to: 

San Francisco Shirt Works, Inc. ' 

■•■ '^~ lll-17th Street , <r t . - 

San Francisco, California, 94107 

Or they may call CPSC's toll-free Hotline (800) 638- 
2666. 




Cars of the newly formed Cape Henry Modd A Ford 
Club Uae up at Macam Anne Plan taut Sunday in 
preiMnition for the dub's flrst onlli^. Elcvoi dub cars 
were present for the outing. 



Buses go to gym-swim Farrow promoted at Rose's 



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The popular Norfolk YMCA Swim Gym program 
for youth, will begin June 26. Bus transportation will 
be provided from Virginia Beach and Chesapeake to 
the YMCA. 

The program includes swimming and gymnastic 
lessons held each Saturday for ten weeks. All skill 
levels will be taught. 

Bus pick ups in Virginia Beach are at Hilltop 
Shopping Center, Princess Tbe^e, Pembroke Mall, 
Kempsville Elonentary School and Arrowhead 
Shopping Center. 

Bus pick ups in Chesapeake include Great Bridge, 
B.M. Williams Elementary School, Robert Hall 
Village, G^rgetown Elementary School and Collie 
Park Shopping Center. 

Enroll early. Classes are limited. 

For registration or additional information, omtact 
the Norfolk YMCA at 622-6328. Classes are opoi to 
YMCA members and non-members. 



Yaple earns scholarship 

Leigh Yaple, daughter of Malcolm and Ruth B. Yaple 
of Virginia B^ch, is attending Virginia Wesleyan 
CoU^ with tlMi aid of a Robert Provine scholarship for 
the 1977-1978 i^wlemic year. 

Leigh, a 1976 graduate of Maury High School in 
Norfolk, has not yet formally declared a major. She is a 
sophomore. 

The Robot C. Provine memorial scholarship was 
established In manory of the first dean of the collie, 
Dr. Robert C. Provine. This annual award of $100 is 
made to the student with the highest aoidemic average 
durii^ tl» frahrnui year. 

Ldgh tied with another student for this honor. 



In Windsor Woods... 
Plasa...6r«*n Run 



Charles H. Farrow has been promoted to number of 
Rose^ Stores, Inc. in Athens, Ga. 

Farrow's hometown is Virginia Beach and he attended 
Frank W. Coc High School. 

Ms career with Rose's began in WilUamston, N.C 




THi CATHOLIC PARISH 
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7 pm, $m,, 9:30 & 11 Q.111. Smi. 
to la#i0fti 340.7123 





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B 5S84 VirfiaU Beach Boulevard ■ 


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Rosewood Memoritf Park 1 


I am the way, the ■ 
truth and the life says ■ 


410 Bataefield Bivd. R. S47-2929 H 






631 Witehdnck Road 4t7-l925 I 


Elvoed Smith aod Employees H 






C. C. Klriqmtrick ■ 


the Lonl. No one H 


Home Federal Savings 1 






Engineering Media, Inc. I 


comes to the Father ■ 


and Loan ASSN. ■ 






606 R. Liberty street 1 


except through me. H 


1639 L.tskiB Road 426-0327 | ■ 






Charles Hackworth aod Staff ■ 


Ckarch Accouots Welcome ^^| 






: Charlie's Seafood Restaurant ■ 


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Tfdd Electric Company ■ 






SUS^ore Drive 491-9163 ■ 


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Heory sad Moses Todd aod Staff H 






Mary E. R^wlz and Baiployees H 










Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 1 

3111 Pacific Aveoue 421-9161 ■ 


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Preston's Pharmacy ■ 

1401 Polodexter Street 545-7337 H 
James L. Marshall aod Employees H 






Overton's MarKet I 

1419 PohKteiter street I45-94M ■ 


Compliments "^^^^^^^1 


Higgins Realty, Inc. 1 






The Overtou sad Eawloyees H 


(»nd thfiiks tp f'ji^m iun) ^^^^^^^^^^H 


1 1620 ladiaa River Road 420-3120 1 






Mill-End Carpet Shop ■ 

4740 Virginia Beach Blvd. 497-48S4 ■ 


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1 Cecil M. Htrrisoo SMi AssocUtts ■ 

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Taylor B. Carr aod Enployees ■ 


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Andy's Plumbing and Heating I 




^H L. ielaoBt WUUams aad Peraoaoel ■ 






IMS Caaal Drive 485-5000 1 




^m J.D. Mies and Sons, Inc. 1 






Stete-Registtred-New aod Old Work ■ 




^H J. D. MUes, Jr. aod Associates H 






Brentwood f^tawant and Lounge ■ 




V KeUam and Eaton Inc. I 






1311 GeM^ W^Maf too Bl^iMy 1 
ChesspMke, Va. 4«7-0«ll ■ 




W BiAcflng SupfMs ■ 


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KempsvUle PhMm^y ■ 

5266 Prtocess Aaoe Road 497-3516 ■ 




W.L. "My** MKKles ■ 






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1231 Laurel Aveaw, Ctes4>Mke H 






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Former tea(&her now trains 1,200 reservists 



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Ensign Brenda Blackwell 



Eight cows 
sold through 
4 SUN ad 

"We sold eight cows 
from our ad in the 
Virginia Bcacii SUN. says 
Mrs. E. Warren of JoUiff 
Road, Clicsapealte. 

"We are going to lieep 
our ad in the paper to help 
people out the middleman 
in buying beef." 

Grain fed cows for beef 
are only one example of 
the way things go with the 
classified ads. 

"People call because 
the price is so good and to 
flntf oiithow'much It costs 
to buy a cow." 

"Most people split the 
cost and the meat with 
friends." 

"Most of our customers 
call us back because they 
are so pleased with the 
meat." 

The Warrens plan to 
keep their SUN classified 
ad running because they 
have lots of cows to sell. 

Whatever needs to be 
sold, do it better with the 
SUN classifled«at 486- 
3430. 



Hellihger on 
honor roll 

Nbrk Steven Hellinger of 
Sam Snead Lane, son of 
Cmdr, and Mrs. R. L.Hellin- 
ger and a graduate of 
Kemi»ville High,School, has 
been named to the 
President's Honor Roll at 
Rice University for the fall 
semester. 



Loft US 
elected 

William Patrick "BiUy" 
Urftus was elected to the 
lymdolph-Mactm Oo^ge 
Student Govermnent 
Associatitn Senate, 

Ldtus is a member (rf the 
dass of 1980. 

Ldtus is the son of Mr. 
a^ Mrs. iUrdd J. Ldtus of 
ITOO Burroughs Road, 
^%ginia Beach, 



Bernhard 
honored 

Joel S. Bernhard d 
Virginia $each was honored 
far (utstanding sales a- 
chievemcnts in 19T7 by John 
Hancock Mutual Life 
Insurance Co. 

Bernhard was presented 
the runner<up teeing sales 
award. 

Bernhard has won reMf- 
Uton m the runner mp lead- 
^ 9^$ staff m^^er far 
tlfe-eeyMrs. 

Tte c^te is lOMted tt 
mi SheB RoKl. Vireinia 



By Scott Hessek 
Special to the SUN 

Last spring Brepda E. Blackwell was teaching Spanish 
at Mallonee Junior High School in Hopewell, Va. 

This spring she's responsible for the training of 1 ,200 
Naval Reservists from a five-state area, supervises a 
staff of more than a dozen people, and serves as 
executive officer, second in command, for the largest 
Naval Reserve military installation in Virginia. 

Brenda Blackwell, a resident of 2572 Reagan Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, is 26 and an officer of the Navy, 

Her change in careers took the Virginia native from 
her liome on Armfield Road in Richmo^id to Newport, 
R.I., for officer candidate school, through intensive 
management training in fields as diverse as nautical 
engineering and office administration, and immediately 
uito a position of significant responsibility. 

It was a desire for challenging work that first led Miss 
Blackwell into Longwood College in Farmville, Va. 
When she earned her degree in Spanish, she entered the 
teaching professions. 

"I loved teaching," she said. "It was challenging, 
worthwhile and a real 'people' job. A friend once quit 
school at age 16 because she believed that no teachers 
cared about her. I wanted to be a caring, concerned 
teacher and I think I achieved that," she said. "But 
after a few years, I was ready to move on to new 
challenges." 

The challenge came when, "just out of curiosity," 
she talked to a Navy recruiter and learned that, because 
of her degree, she-might quality for officer candidate 
sc^lOol. She took the required test, passed and was 
ordered to O.C.S. 

"The work there was tough," she said. "I didn't 
know anything about seamanship and engineering and 
naval warfare. Biit I learned. And somehow I managed 
to pass the 1 9- week course . " 

Brenda Blackwell earned her commission as ensign, 
U.S. Naval Reserve, and received orders to serve as 
training officer and executive officer of the Navy and 
Marine Corps Reserve Center in Norfolk. According to 
Captain Avin H. York, the center's commanding 
officer. Ensign Blackwell is regarded as a "dedicated, 
well-liked and respected woman officer viho is 
enthusiastic about her work." 

"I had. hopes of getting challenging work," she said, 
"but I never thought it would all come alx)ut so 



quickly." 

"I really came anxious to learn more about people, 
and to do something significant with my life," she said. 
"This is the kind of work where you can meet those 
goals. My people here at the reserve center are devoted, 
honest, and really try to Ao the best job they can for the 
Naval Reserve. Their responsibilities are to handle all 
the administrative and training details .%■ Naval 
Reservists who come here from several surrounding 
states. They have a real Mnse of mission, pride in their 
work and desire to help." 

Ensign Blackwell sham their sense of mission and the 
George Wythe High School graduate enjoys all of her 
Navy responsibilities. "^ 

"The Navy has savetf^ii! from futility," she said. "I 
really feel as though there are virtually no limits on my 
future; my potential is my^wn. The people have been 
friendly and cooperative. This job is exciting and can be 
the st^ringboard for many new assignments and travel in 
the future." 

How does Ensign Blackwell feel the opportunities are 
for women entering the Navy? 

"This is one of the best career fields a woman can 
enter," she said. "You have a sense of independence, 
and you feel you can make many of your own decisions. 
You don't have the frustrated feeling of being trapped 
in a dead-end job. And when you finish work for the 
day, you feel satisfied, as though somehow your work 
count&l for something," said the native Virginian. 

"I guess that's the best feeling of all." 



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$14)00000 



Right now, play Dunking Donuts' new 
game, "Dollars & Doniits." 

We're giving away over a million 
dollars in prizes. 

Just pick up a free game card at 
any participating Dunkin' Donuts 
shop, rub it with a coin and you can 
instantly win anything from a donut 
and a cup of cottee to $1.(M)0 cash 
Or save your card, match it to 
your next one and win by col- 
lecting two matching halves. 
You can also win one of our 
5 Hawaii vacations for two 
in our special Vacation 
Sweepstakes. 

No purchase necessary. 
Game void where prohibited by 
law. Open to everyone 16 years 









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andVlder. Game ends July 1 
^ WHILE SUPPLY LASTS 

DUNKIN' 
PONUTS 

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CkeMopedu: 2STI Western Branch Blvd. 
Norfolk: 1100 N. MiliUry Hwy. 
Virifima Beach: 2448 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



Oi»EN 24 HOURS— 7 DAYS A WKEK 



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Reid Ervin 
Believes.... 

The quality of our lives 

depends on our ability 

to properly manage 

our growth. 




The impact of growth is not always ^ 
felt immediately. Reid Ervin believes 
the quality of our lives and the features 
that make our city desirable can only 
be protected by managing growth care- 
fully, and providing essential services 
as needed. Special attention must be 
given to the preservation of agricultural 
lands and epen spaces and to the abater 
ment of all forms of pollution. 

VOTE FOR REID ERVIN ON MAY 2nd 



Held 



CANDIDATE AT LARGE 



ERVIN 



Viigifiia Beach 



Cif|^ Council 



By Authority of Mary L. Harford, Duly Designated Treasurer 




7-9 AM 
with DON [WIS 

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The last word in 
Hne furniture is the 
first word in quality: 
BLACKWELDER« 



INackwtMtr PurnitaraCo. of TMflwal^. located 
in Moyock, N.C. jiut 4ft minulM from/utywlMre 
» Tiibwttw, U • broDck of tho aaim ' , 
-Maekw^^'t m mil kmwn in Slatapvillt. Tlw 
MIM ranouMd qualify Md tatectioik Tha aama 
teaw oMau&iAinnAtt aidM i« Amwid * 
Wbo'a Who in iiM httnta*. "Tka Kwn of 
Quality NraHatt Ua Laaa Mmay* * m MaM in 
fto Nov. 23 iaauo rf Tha tXteli Stratt Journal. 

BiMkweldar'a furniture wan invyaiment. not 
' iHt a pov^MB. Aad taea jmi a^act ymir 
fiimitiut or awiaaariaa feom our tt^« and 
ealakfi, dtf^wry and A^mMit ia tmnodiala by 
tba faitaat iarvice (kotafeb. 

&if fvumlturt thftt bteomM ao hpirleom. 
ttMkwtklar'i fuw fti^ituit and AceoMrki. 
Phme or vuit diM wwk. 



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Cay IMrtfel 4ei£^77 

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section b 



Published for the week ending April 26, 1978 



The Official People's Paper 
Serving the world's largest resort city 




Virginia Beacti City Councii voters guide... 






F. REID ERVIN 
At-large 

Mechanical englDecr, 
former vice mayor of 
Virgliiia Beach. 



JOHN LAVRA 
At-large 

Retired Navy Captain, 
former executive officer 
at Oceami Naval Air 
Station. 



JESSE WELCH LAWRENCE 
At-large 

Govemsment teacher, 
Kdiam High School. 



BETTY ROMULUS 
At-large 

Legal secretary. 




PATRICK L. STANDING 
At-large 

Incumbent, busineM- 
man, vice mayor of 
Vii^nia Beach, former 
director of city planning. 



J. HENRY MCCOY 
Kennpsvllle Borough 

Incumbent, dentist, 
unopposed. 



JOHN R. QRIFFIN 
Lynnhaven Borough 

Incumbent, insurance 
executive. 



DONALD W. MERRICK 
Lynnhaven Borough 

Retired plant manager, 
Ford Motor Co., Norfolit 
AMcmbly Plant. 





BARBARA HENLEY 
Pungo Borough 

Former school teacher. 



JOHN D. HOLLAND 
Pungo Borough 

Charto* boat captain. 



FLOYD WATERFIELD JR. 
Pungo Borough 

Incumbent, banker. 



A political analysis 



ByJoanCMtn 
SUN Editor 

In this final weeic before the May 2 Virginia Beach 
City Councii election, many political observers are 
speciUating the outcome of the hotly contested race. 

Although the IS candidates would not attest to the 
forming of ticicets, the sides are clrarly divided. 

On one side is the incumbants plus at-iarge candidate 
Betty Romulus. 

Mayor Clarence A. Holland is Kclcing reflection to 
his Bayside Borough, as is John Griffin in the 
Lynnhaven Borough uid Floyd Waterfield in the Pungo 
Boroi^. Vi(%*mayor Patric Standii^ is Peking re- 
dMtion. A, 

Dr. Henry ^Coy is unoppos^ in his Kempsville 
Borough seat. sJ^ugh last wmIc civic leader Art RitMl, 
announMd a major write-in campaign when McCoy 
mdor^ the incumtmnt ticlcet.. 

There have beai rumors as to the r«ison McCoy 
endorsed the incumbants late in the raoe^^me say ttet 
with his endorsement and the sub^uent re-t I«;tlon of 
tlie incumbants, Holland would step down as mayor 
and McCoy would take his |riM%. 

On tlw otim side of the coin is the shadow of Meyera 
Ob«ndorf . In endorsing Don Merrick in his bid for t^ 



Lynnhaven Borough seat and Barbara Henl^r for her 
bid to the Pungo Borough seat, Mrs. Obemdorf has 
stopped short of advocating a ticket. At-large candidate 
R^d Ervin and Knox Burchett, who is oppc»ing Dr. 
Holland, are of the same populist philosophy as Mrs. 
Obemdorf and James Fralix, also opposing Holland, 

has endorsed Henley, Merrick and Ervin. 

The incumbants have continually credited the present 
city council with the desirability of Virginia Beach. They 
have been charged with evading the issues and side 
stepping ojntroversial issues before council until after 
the election. Some sources in city hall have admitt^ 
some issues have bwn delayed. 

The challengers have center«l their campaigns on the 
Freedom of Information Act, 0:eana Naval Air Station 
and the *'unresponsiven«s" of the present council. 

And the trips to Kitty Hawk last August and the one 
to San Francisco in D«;cmber are also issues which the 
challengers have continually brought forward. 

James Fralix recently noted that Virginia BMch was a 
d«irable community "in spite of the incumbants 
instead of because of them." 

The incumbants have <N>nduct«l their politicking 
mostly in o{Mn and large rallies and the challengers have 
relied on open forums at dvic grou{», which they 
contmd the incumbants have evaded. 



REV. GEORGE STALLINGS 
At-large 

Pastor, First Colonial 
Baptist Church. 




CLARENCE A. HOLLAND 
Bayside Borough 

Incumbent, family 
practice physician, mayor 
of Virginia Beach. 




JAMES FRALIX JH. 
Bayside Borough 

Engineer. 




KNOX BURCHETT 
Bayside Borough 



■EACto SUN D WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, 1971 



Beach voters rally councilmanic support. 



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He's a falgh! joung to vote but Demlan Smith was 
joiTiing in the pre-electloB fun with mom, Berta. 



These h^tes weren't i<^ng for Beach candidates ... 
■aybe some potential candidates. Pictnred are Kathy 
Miilai, Karen Banhardt, Donna Dufault and Kim 
Garactt. 



Photos by Joan Coates 





Hm GHIifin and Do^ Barms settle la for some good 



lili* %lsirTi iiiii 




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VniaNIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. APRIL M, 197t 



31 



..for the incumbant ticket at Aldo Farm 





The Bluegrass Swingers were bettlH ont tone iwtiglig 
tunes for the crowd gtthered at Aldo Farm Satarday. 



Robin and floyd Witerfidd III made no bones about 
who their favorite candidate is. 



Rallying for, support, the Virginia Beach City 
Council incumbants plus Beity Romulus were put in 
style last Saturday afternoon at Aldo Farms, near 
Oceana Naval Air Station, 

Mayor Clarence A. Holland, Vice-mayor Patricic 
Standing, Floyd Waterfield, John Griffin, and Mrs. 
Romulus sponsored a pig roast for supporters and 
voters. 

The crowd danced to the bluegrass music provided by 
the Bluegrass Swingers and filled their bellies with beer 
and good food. 

In the final week before the eiection, the candidates 
were shaking a lot of hands and parting a lot of backs in 
hopes of adding up votes for their bids to re-election 
May 2. 




Amid the fMtivitles, some settled back for a break. 
Pictured are Ann Benton of Portsmouth, Sazaane 
Sanchez of BayvlUe, Mary Vaughan of Payville, and 
Sue and Sam Martlnette of Bay vilk. 



Mary Bunco u4 Mbqror < 
thcSUNMrdte. 



HolnMl myc f or 




City tr«mi«r lofea 
Standing tab poHte. 



It's Judy Haddock, Bob Hicks, and Al Wilder f BjojlBg 
the company at Aldo Farm. 



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^9 ymBBOA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26. 1»7I 



A Sunday yard party in Kempsville... 



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Cmm Wood, of the rtotwood GwdcM 
Fuk CNIe Lcagic, trtu wtt l^tepret ^Ml 



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VmaNU BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, APRtt 26, IWI 5B 



i..brings Beach support to council hopefuls 




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Civic leader Art RIdcll, of Kempsvillc, sponsored at 
"meet the candidates" rally at his home Sunday 
afternoon. 

Ridell announced a major write-in campaign last 
week against I^. Henry McCoy wh«i McCoy endorsed 
the incumbants. 

Candidates Don Merrick, Knox Burchette, Barbara 
Henley and Reid Ervin were in attendence at the rally as 
well as Councilwoman Meyera Oberndorf . 

The candidates fielded questions from the crowd 
gathered. 

Amid refreshments and personal contact, the 
candidates shook a great many hands in hopes of 
gathering votes for the May 2 election. 



Photos by Joan Coates 



Cudidate Kbox Enrchette ud ShMey Mariowe enjoy 
the hot coffee and baked goodie amid the politicking 
Sunday. 




Joe and Mary Baiicco Join the fnn at the Rldddb. 




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Af^hMiiw ttc gov cowat, RiM Ervta WM hMInt 
hafd for «9p«ft at Snap's laty. 



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IIAL 486-3430 PilRECT TO AD-VISOR. 



TAYLOR'S 

DIAL-A-MAID 

Take a day off anci 
leave the cleaning to ua. 

627-9570 



WORK FROM YOUR HOME 
NO SELLING 

We are looking for mature pertoot wbo are lelf starters to 
do telephone work from their homes. Must have mornings 
and evenings free to call. Good workers may «occd S4.00 
per hour wwked. $2.63 per hour guaranteed wiwn-starting. 
Mu$t however be qualified toadvance tohigher wage. Write 
Mr. Mason. 6159 Virginia Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Virginia 
23S02. Please include phone number. 



DIRECT lttE?HONE4l6-3430 TO AD-VISOR. 



Cfjegapeafee jgost claSSMlid 



*^^^ I TIDFWATER'S MOST EFFEaiVE SHC»PING CEm^R IN PRINTT. 



Protect your Invstmunti See one of f/i^sa leading area Realtoral 

You can trust a Realtor! 




Taylor Brothers 
Realty Co. 



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3233 Morningslde Dr. Western Branch 

Fabnlens new colonial Williamsburg two story, IVi 
baths, heavily wooded lot, flnished room over two 

. car garage, large country kitchen. 

For more Information call 4S4-4542. 



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Taylor Brothers 
Realty Co. 

Paige Taylor, Broker 
3104 TYRE NECK ROAD 
Chorchland 

484-4542 




BRADY 

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Aasociates, Inc. 

Realtors 

Plaia Shopping Center 

484-9600 

PAUL V. BRADY 

Res: 488-2271 
CHURCHLAND 
AGENTS FOR: 

CHARLES D. JOHNSC»] 
&. S(»4,INC. 






SASSER 



3200 Tyre Neck Rd. 

484-6690 



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1953 Mercedes Benz 

220 Cabriolet "B", 
Convertable. Clasiic, Pre- 
War Styling, a Rare Model, 
$8,000 Finn - 481-4642. Ckxtd 
to excellent unrestored 
condition. 



6-AvloaoMteB for Sale 




PRINTING 

CLUBS OCMMEROAL 
CALL 

425-7644 or 428-74M 



NOVA, 1975. red. 6 cjrt., 
manual, good radial tires, 
excellent condition. 

Moving abroad. Worth 
$2,400. sacriflce for 
$1,800,487-6029. 

510 

REBUILT CHEVY 

ENGINE, 19S0, 216, 6 
cyl, 3,000 on overhaul. 
Completely rebuilt from 
bell housing forward, 
$200. 399-3418. 

517 



US- . 
auntu ol Ltbot 

mtmrni iuSiim? 

Suit WW to pUn for i in(essional 
career qrivinta'Bte Rigr Our private 
training school omrs oompctent in 
alrurtors. modnnxguipment and chal 
Icngin^training fields. Keep your job 
and tram on p&ttime basis (Sat. & 
Sun.) or attend our 3 week full lime 
resident training. Call right now for 
full infbrnation. 



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BEACH NEIGHBORHOOD 

E1IEIU2ENCY 

DRAIN ft SEWER 

SERVICE 

Call Ronnjr Savyar anytime 

4IS-0M1 



VIRGINIA 

BEACH 

804-499-9707 



COLONIAL WOODCRAFT 

CUSTOM KITCHENS 

AT BUILDER'S PRICf 

343-4966 

5 Uaaa of 

Pin* Cabinets, 



EDDIE'S WELDING 
SERVICE 

METAL PASRICATIONS 

WILOIMOAHyWHERE 

METAL tTAlRCAfES 

PIREiKAMt 

ORNAMENTAL iANISTERS 
TRAIIIRS 

HIKHEf 

ALL TyREf WELDING 

4M-ISU or 4M-S9tO 




LOANS 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk County 
Finance Co. 

Locally Owned 

482-3381 

342 Battlefield W¥d. 
Wilson Shopping Shopping 



CASH FOR YOUR 
HOME EQUITY 

GilMashbiini 
FamHy Realty Corp. 

4^1-8011 



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EBVICES 



SAILBOATS 

CAPE DORY -27* - Just 
received, diesel inboard, sail 
away, $21,795. 

ERICSON . 25" - Used. fuUy 
cruise, equipped, $14,000. 
O'DAY - 22* - Used, fuUy 
equipped for cruising or racing 
S8,000. 

HOBIE - 16' - Used, several in 
stocic from $1,793. 

LASER • Used, 2 in stock from 

$750. 
FORCE 5 • Used in stocic. from 

$750. 

IHAFTON MARINE LTD| 

3716 Shore Dr., Va. Beach 



WATER 

Mm 

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Our ntw fully 
automatic watar con- 
ditioners clear it up 
fast. We will analyza 
your watar at no cost 
or obligation. 

CALl 34MT» 

AMOSAY... 



Cnlligaa Water C«ri. 

^2S7SVa.BMMliBKd.i 
ya. Baadb, VhiMai 



D.R.STAKES 



No Job too b^ or too iBall, 
Immediate and pcrMMei ser- 
vice. Low overhead pricci. 
We finance. dD aazt^. D. 
R. Stakes, 853-7Sn or^SSS- 
03S1 \ ( 



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853-750 
855-03SI 



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JC'S PLUMBING 

Repairs and noiilcatiaas. 

No job too fmail. 
24 hr. ser vkc. Lonr rates. 

461-9105 
587-3002 

.H.BLACK 

HOME 

NMPROVEMENT 

CO. 

Kitchen remodeling 
Bathroom remodeling 
Aluminum siding 
Ckrages built 
Room additions 
Carpentry 
Fireplaces buih 
Garage to Familyroom 
Conversions 

You name it, well do it! 
399-8459 or 397-7178 
Anytime for free estimate 
by state registered 
&WTKt(X (16191) 
liM4S9 397-7171 
ANYTIME EVENINGS. 



S.A.NUCKLE8 

ceramic A floor tfle. CXd 
A Kw wak. BathrooBM, 
iutdiens and po-chei. FREE 
etiimates. 

Call 
4^333? 



CLEANING hfew homes and 
rentala. A|Hmids of Qean 
ing. 001^1-9787. 




.O'S 
^ QIC MIST 

vote TIRED npholstery 
can be deaned aiHl given 
nea Ufie Iv Debdd'It Magic 
Misi. ClU 4234iW3 for free 



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"425-6085 



mi^m.L'S HOME 
IMPflOVEMiNTS 

Room additioes. bath- 
rooms kU^ent, garages and 
generd home repairs. Call 
anytime for free estimates. 
485-3775 ^Licensed, bonded, 
10 yrs. exp. 

' 4|l5-3775 



BROTHERS 



945.7318 




GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HCHV1| SITES FORSALE 
' FOR 
People iriaaning iklMs 
A Qutom BoOders 

SALES WFICE 
333 ProvideBCc Rd. 

CALL464.Q317 



NOCOLIECTINC 
NO PACKING 
NODELIVEiUNG 



Extellent commissions-— with 
adwancemant opportunity. 

461-8152 
MILDRED 



(^igiiiia BeacnSun 



Virginia Beach, Va. 

Is receiving applications for the position of 
Classified Advertising Representative. 
Applicants must be aggressive, mature 
and attractive. Telephone Rapport and 
accomplished sales bacliground are a 
must. Other duties include receptionist, 
light bookkeeping and typing. 
Salary, bonuses, commissions and bene- 
lits commensurate with experience. 

^iftl./liORlliiMlial r resume and salary 
re4uircnea(H4o: 

H. Thomas Drew 

General Nbnager 

138 Rosemont Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

For Appointments during April 10-14 or 
April 17-21 only phone 547-4571 between 
8:30 and 9:00 a.m. 



MAVERICK- 1970. 2 door, 
new tires, clutch whh 3 
speed column, good paint,. 
"Cute little car!" $450. Call 
422-5321 or 425-9118. 
426 

WEL-GT - 1973, 58,000 
miles, automatic, tach, radi- 
als, radio, Mediterranean 
blue, $2,100, call 588-3127. 
510 

VOLKSWAGm-1976 RAB- 
BIT - automatic, 2 door, red 
with white interior, 27,<X)0 
miles. Excellent engine/ 
body /interior. $2,700 - best 
offer. 489-1115. 
510 

QLDSMMILE - 1976 Sta- 
tion wagon, 350 engine, folly 
equipped, A/C, AM/FM 
radio, luggage rack, original 
owner, $3,800, 461-7524 or 
625-3686. 

510 

NOVA - 1972, red, radio, 
brand new tires, new dutdi, 
new exaust system, stand- 
ard shift, low mileage, excel- 
lent condition $1,500 negoti- 
able. 428-4391. 

5M> 

(R,DSM(RIILE-1974 
OMEGA - Hatchback, auto- 
matic power brakes, power 
steering, air, FM cassette 
stereo. .40 channel CB. 
$2,000. 486-2118. 
510 

TOYqTA-1972-OOR(HXA - 

2*^^^ mi., Eactory aii 
conditioned, clean inside and 
out, $1,050, 499-3088. 

510 

OLOSMOBILE - 1973 Ckit- 

lass, power steering, power 
brakes, air, good tires, good 
ccodition $1,700. 421-3635. 
510 



7-Tr«duMTriiMMHf» 

77bUOGED-]M-piibcab, 
3/4 too |Mi-iVi lo* 'B>U> 
Jf»S, At. VI, tits jump 
seats. $4,600. 346-5134. 

- 5 10 

1974^-5 lEEP, Uue, 
radio, Mcdkat tins. Hew 
canvas top, 94.000 miles, 
1 owner, has had excdUent 
care. 461-6367 or 461- 

6661. 

3tO 

wheel drive, 10 iaeh all 
terrain tires whb paafs, set 
vp fer beadi, S4,3Q0 8rm. 
587-6124. 

S3 

»-ltet»rqp<^at-ScoolfW 

CYCU INSmiANCE - 

Low rates, bmaedbte 
covente. Qil D * M 
Insurance, 347S Virfinia 
Beach Blvd. 137-3901. 

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yaye/'s fl^nvnlc cicnno/ for jDogs 

• GROOMING <i BATHING-ALL BREEDS 
• OBEDIENa & SHOW RING TRAINING- 
GROUP AND PRIVATE PH: 393-6526 
"WITH THIS AD" 

$1^0 AEE BATH AND 

I Wrr GROOMING 

Phone for our already low prices 

too numerous to list 

PORTSMOUTH PNi 393-6526 

349 Morylond Ave. 




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2-Special NolleH 



2-Kperiai N<ilirr!* 



THE FANNIE D. FINNEY 

Evangelistic Hour may be 
heard every Saturday at 1 
p.m. Ota WPCE 1400 AM 
dial. For prayer and Christ- 
ian counseling dial &I3-S052. 



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RENTERS! 

YoH can ^ hi effect.. 

1 3 FREE HOUSE PAYMENTS! 

Fron Uncle Saaie Every Yearl 
call 
HARRY JEAVONS 
at 

JUDY ANDRASSY REALTY 

481-7816 or 4 

or at home 481-3926 



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Buikters 

Home Improvements 
Couractors 
GvAf c Buikters 
Rom Additions 
AlwBtmum Siding 
Roo6 • Carports 
KkAea Remodeling 



M«li E. Blade, Sr. 
ino Park Avenue 
C^apeake, Va. 



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SPECIAL 



C ARRET CLEANING 

S34.95. 

One low price includes: anv living room, dining 
room and hall. 

COLOR BRIGHTE.SERS 
SOIL RLTARDANT « 
DEODORIZING 
REMOVE A REPLACE FtRMTLRE 

NO EXTRA CHARGES 

LICENSED GIARANTEED INStRED 

WE Gl ARANTEE SATISFACTION 




BEACn STEAMERS 

428-4473 



CHUCX NOMRB KARATE 

- 2 year membership fcr less 
titan one years cost. Free 
lesson imerested parties. 
Cost $1,015 seU for $475. 
340-4337. 
5 3 

EXPERIENCE TRAVEL • 

Programs free to chibs and 

organizations with a choice 

of destinations. QUI Can- 

tiaentid Travel Ltd. 

488-4903. 

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"INSTANT Self D^raae" 
against muggers, rai^ata. 
For the poraon who ia too 
busy toitrain; abo ftn- ex - 
perti. Na miiiors. Free de- 
tails. GiMranteed. Coota $2, 
worth jtm Ufe, H^qrfneaa. 
P0B4USV,Va.Baaeh. Va. 
284M 

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-J50 PMXCENT Effective 
Return en our Invwtment. 
CeaU 15. worth ISOOO.Guar- 
antood. Ftm detaila. Happ- 
iaeu. POB 4118V, Va.Bea- 
eh. Va.2S4S4 

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"as: Wimr. Unlqaa 81 
page bo(ri(k>t contains a 26- 
step bnmh for becening 
ftnuf, Oumge your whole 
hie for (Hly $2. Free ^dla. 
Gnarantaed. Happing 
P0B4ll«V, Va. Beaeh, Va. 
ZS454 

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COSMETICS -By Luzier, 
for a lovelier you try 
Luzier and see the 
difference. 423-7546. 

517 

3-1.081 and Found 

IXKrSHETLAND HERD- 
ER (miniature Collie) - fe- 
male, no collar. Lost 67th 
Street, Ocean front April 10, 
reward. Needs medidne - 
pleue return. 422-6219 or 
588-2867. 
510 

6-Aatomobiles for Sale 

IMMEDIATE CASH 

paid for your car. No 

waiting!! We need cars 

desperately. Courtesy 

Cars. 461-6367 or 461- 

6661. 

510 

AMC-197S FACER, 

excellent condition, many 
options, low miles, $2650 
or best offer. 461-2074 
days, 468-3333 after 6. 

517 

1972 CAPRI -2000, Green 
4-speed, ak conditioning, 
radio, good tires, good 
condition, $1600. 484- 
7525. 

517 



OLDSMOMLE- 1973 
Luxury Sectan, fully power, 
fully loaded, trailer hitch, 
AM-FM-Stereo tape,ex- 
tras, air shocks, exceUent 
condition $2,000,467- 
6794. 

426 



1964DODGE DART, 

white, 170 engine, 3 speed 
column, good tires, $145. 
487-3328. 

517 

DODGE DART, 1973. 
340 Sport, 48,000 mis., 
lots of new {Hurts, looks 
sharp, $1975, 399-3418. 

517 

kffiRCEDES BENZ1953, 
220 Cabriolet "V, Classic 
pre-war styling. A rare 
model, $8,000 firm. 481- 
4642. 

CAMLLAGSeville, 1977, 
5,000 miles, all «>tions, 
guaranteed until August. 
$12,000 or best ifler. 481- 
2800. 
.426 

CAMAR0,1973, 350 horse- 
power, power steering/br- 
akes, factory air, tuned ex- 
haust, bucket seats, tilt w- 
heel, console shift, vinal top. 
$2,200. 481-5222 
«S 

lOYOTA GMOIXA, 1971, 
rebuilt engine, 18 inspectico 
sticker, exceltent tires, 8 
track tape player, gets ex- 
cellent gas mileage. $550, or 
best offer. Qill 486-3430. 
Nights: 420-9425. 

TOYOTA- 1977 Cclica lift 
back, less than 10,000 miles, 
air conditioned. Immaculate. 
48^2213 or 482-1771. 

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C(»VETTE.1975 T-top, 
automatic, power steering, 
air conditioning, power 
windows, tilt wheel, nug 
wheels, 29,000 miles, AM- 
FM, white, $6,695. 
4^5320. 

426 

7-Tr«c|ui-Traiters-Je(pa 

77 DODGE D-200-Chib 
oab 3/4 ton pick-up, low 
mil., PS. AT, V, rear 
jump seats. $4300. 340- 
5154. 

510 

CHANDELIER-BEL- 

gium, 5 lights, with globes 
& crystalf - very elegant 
for formal dining room. 
Cost SI , 100 s^riflce S300. 
Extra crystals inclutM. 
484-7563. 

517 



1974 KAWASKI -100 
MOTORCYCLE. 
Excdtent condition, $250. 
497-8669. 

310 

HONDA - 1975, 7S0 Sttper 
Sport, padded stoy her, 2 
hebnets, ^eaie hcadacf , oil 
pressure gfuge, 3,000 allies, 
exoeOeia ccndttkii. Sr,4S0. 
484-2378. 

510 
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■— ■aanaaa pa 
SAlLBQAif-aVraR 
MK. 21*. fitirglais, motor, 
uaHer, sleepi 4. Iiead, (tally 
equipped, axoettot coft) 
ditkm, raiMl^ to sail, being 
transferred $3 JOO. 
588hI5SI. 

- ^ ' ■ ' 4^6 

SAIl|nATdub,days«^ 
ers^MserS, exjpariMiced or 
beginners, free saUbig fai- 
structioD, nobdat payments, 
noboat mainteaaace, no to- 
surance, no slip fees, no 
trailer coats, etc.. the only 
way tosaO, fer failb. caB4tl- 
4224. 

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JOQNSON OiHiQARiP- 

FaHseleetioBeri9m^jii«Bll i 

bors«|Mt«r^Yiilil'tt^]Mk' a «, 

few mo^nivm iT^t ^ 

savings. Vfkk^ Mtthw is 
VirgUa% bffgest Joimsan 
oatboerd deafer. The reason 
is price, sekctien rad ser- 
vice. See us bafqre you buy 
or you migr overpay! 1/2 
mile West of the Lymhairen 
Inlet Bridge. ViU^ Marine. 
3762 Shore DrWer 4644f39 
or464-34ll.' 

SAILBQAT4EA UON - aU 

fiber^s. {nab and jib, 
convlete cuahfott throqfh- 
out this ipiw>acnhte 12 fiw- 
er. LockaUe storage tee 
and aft. New ^Ivaaiasd 
Moody trafler tad extras. 
AU above in cxorifnt ooImB- 
tion. Must sail^ have niw 
boat ordered. $1^. 482- 
4366,421-7477. 
i 426 

SEA RAY - 195. 1976, 
beautiflil condtaion. 140 kp., 
I-O Mercndser, ftd canvas, 
whiter cirer. $6,400. 340- 
5130 or 428-3091^ ^ 

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MONARE-16' (b«ss/«M:k 
hunthig) W Up. Bvianlide 
(1977), Long gi^i^bed trailr 
er, tadi, extras. Exoeflant 
condition. S^«». 463-1316. 
510 

, i ' . V" ■■ 1—1 ^M. 

SAOJOAT - 25 ft., 1939, 
Fotl^ott, Norwegian sloop, 
1977 Jdinsop, Anel avid- 
able, many extras, gMd 
cooditioa. |5^. Af|er 
4K», 627-620S. 

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BOAT ir, caWn, 
flybrldge, diced poweted, 
rotdy to go, good famay 
boat. $5,700. 464-7347 
days, 428-0126 evatiiigs 
and week-ends. Must Sell! 

310 

MIDIHIP. 25' ShHPi sleeps 

5, inboard, rad^ 3 sails, 
equipfwd ^nise, 2 cabins, 
$1 1, S0O.Diys: 3^-2529. 
Nighu: 4844181. 

426 

JERaBy4lfL,196l,i»ith 
flyisc Wid|e. n^ nearly 
mtOmk^ aaf Bb^il top 
aadowas, new Me eat- 
riggers, CB.. depth liii<|er. 
extra. S% iivAiM. ^: 
ceUem oonditioe. $7,000. 
4864030. 

426 



BOAT HJP8 For Rent. W 
to 60'. yea^. only 4 slips 
available. Fiwl. but, ice. 
flshemuui's Wharf Ma- 
rina, 428-2111. 

M- 

BA88 B(MT 20' Ranger 
wHh drive on trailer, 1978 
200 Np. Mercury outboard- 
Mercury trolling motor .Paid 
$8500, wiU seU $6,500. 4SSi- 
8b75. 

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DAILY IN A OUT SER- 
VICE. Quick safe laun^ and 
retrieval of boats up to 37*. 
Services inchtde gas, oi), ice 
andrepairs. Call to reserve. 
% dh7 slip today." "^fbert 
one call Does It All. "Lynn- 
haven Dry Storage Marina, 
2150 North Great Neck Road 
Virgfaiia Beach, Va. 23451 
481-0700. 

S3 

FIBERGIASS BOAT RE- 

PAR-Experienced and have 
afl materials needed to re- 
pair your boat. Free est- 
imates. Debbie Perdue, 425- 
6378.001 after 4:30. 

m 

BOAT SLIPS - Ungths up 
to 60 feet. (Xd Lafayette 
Yadtt Qub. Evenings. Sat- 
urday, Sunday. 587-5972. 
489-3855. 

426 

DORSET, 17 1/2 ft. cahin 
cruiser (sleeps 2) all fiber- 
glass, 75 hsp. Johnsan,trail- 
er, ftiUy equiped, many ex- 
tras, reasoniOily priced, 4^ 
0465. 

53 

SAIUKIAT ^25 ft.. 6 saib (2 
conqriete sets), 6 hsp. John- 
son motor, tabernacle mast, 
1 indi Mahogany hull, very 
good condition $4,200. 397- 
5367. 
53 

LABRADOR RETRIE- $ 
VERS- AKC Registered, 6 
weeks old, Very healthy, 
weaned, Mack, 175 females, 
$100 males. Please call 427- 
6475. 

53 




13-Help Waited 



TROfAN .1974- P-26 
Express, 225 Chryder, 
sie^» 4, gaii«^ head. 
deiKh finder,- radio, 
exciilent condition, 
in,m. Days: 622-46S1, 
cxt. 10, Eveninp 422- 
1796. 

SIO 



UGHT DELiVERY, 

good $$$$$ per hour. 
National Company 

oqpanding rapidly - needs 
help. Must have 
transportation. Some 
evenings open. Call 9-4. 
463-0126. 

tf 

CABINET MAKER, door 

tnmt builder and a wood 
moulder cqitfator. Apply 
in person Burton Lumber 
Corp. 835 Wilson Rd., 
Chesapeake. 

5-17 

STANLEY HOME 

PRODUCTS is looking 
for personable young 
homemdcers to 

demonstrate dieir famous 
products. Call us for 
details, free training 
available. 486-2526. 

510 

SALES-HQUDAY MAQC 
CXMMEncS - Oppatunity 
to advance to management, 
liberal commissions, car 
helpftil, Tklewater area. QUI 
467-4040. No investment re- 
quired. 
tf 

NtnRI-hffiraiCS ORGAN- 
IC COSMETICS - Ifelp 
wanted, thb product seUs 
itself. Earn as many $$$$$ 
as you care to! 425-3834 
after 5 p.m. Free consulta- 
tioa. 

. ' 510 

PART-TIME HELD 
NEEDED. 15 hours $100. 
Choice of hours. Ideal for 
young mothers/house - 
wives. Good personality- 
liking p^^le a must! 461- 
4771. 
510 

REPORimRyTHOTO- 

GRAraER Combination ^ 
wanted fior expanding semi- 
weekly. We need a guy or 
girl wilUng to learn i»ws- 
paper work from the ground 
up in a small. Tidewater 
town. Excellent opportunity 
for a greenhorn who wants 
to break into the business 
and see his acccmi^hments 
in print write: Reporter, 
Byerly Pnblkations, P.O. 
Boa «7, Franklin. Va.23851 
419 



^ 



DIAL 486-343 (KBHECT TO AD-VISdRl 




lii 



fSUa DUYEB needed 
ftff home tanprovemeat 
oompuy. Apfiy Black 
^ BfW. BuiWera, 545-7318. 

tf 



NEED Six WooMii ioterei- 
ted fai earnii^ $60 to SlOO 
weekly. Part time from your 
home. Chll«IM)9T7 fcr app- 
oiatment. 

tf 



DOMESTIC ENGINEER 
NEEDED. ptrt-time 

work. I will pay S3.00 per 
hoiir. Call alto^ 5 pm. 420- 
3243. 

517 



LAIMES^iatereiting, profit- 
able wak belpini me in my 
cosmetic ft vitamin biuin- 
ei: . let your own hours, for 
appointment piune 420-3330 
5 3 

■E SUItSSSFUL selling 
Tri-Chem liquid embroid- 
ery, no investment needed, 
M or pu-t-time. Or host 
THCbem home party A 
receive beautiftU gifts. 387- 

" ■ 33 

AVWI - Be pert of the 
Gbmorous Fashion World. 
Avon can show you how 
to have your own beauty 
toiness. Sell fiunous cos- 
metics and fragrances in 
your own territory, r-u 
481.3«31. 426 

SYSTEMS ANALYST • 

Accredited college grad 
with major in computor^ 
scioice, math, 

aipineering, accounting, 
or business administration 
& 1 yr. experience in 
systems analysis A design. 
Added experiene in 
systons analysis A design 
or as skilled programmer 
may substitute for college 
on basis of I yr. 
experience for 2 yrs. 
echication. Ackied 

experience as skilled 
jm^aramer may 

.^Ubstitute for the yor's 
experience in systems 
analysis & design. Should 
be willing Urnwork in 
O^esape^iW&itPf 
salary '-4l^SP'"4b 
^vcandes occur applicants 
will be oonadered as they 
become eligible. State 
qqjiications (G.O. FORM 
P-i2) available from local 
Va. Employment 

Commission and Va. 
Merit Syston and should 
be received by 5:00 P.M., 
May 5, 1978, at Va. Merit 
System, State Finance 
Gttdg., Ridunond, Va. 
23219. An equal 
O^rtunity employer. 

426 



14-P«KI<Mtt Wasted 

L1*N DESntEK DAYTIME 

WOKE in your bbme. can do 
rai^-motion exercises on 
str^ patienu. Excellent 
references. 481-1889 after 3 
p.m. 

31Q 

■AiyBinWG-My home 
Great Bridge area, all ages, 

lots of love and attentioo. 
Call after 4:30 weekdays. 
547-7264. 

426 

fUT(» EEMPSVILLE 

AMEA-Your hnme or mine. 
~ W^ tuta in reading ' 
disabilities, math and 
English. Grades 1-12. 
Certified teadier. 424-2471. 

4i26 

■AiYsrrnNGMy 

HOME, 2 years and vp, 
fenced jrard, pfaqr room. 
References. Near Green 
Run and Lynnhaven Park- 
way, 468-2643. ^ 

BAIYBITTDW.BEACH 

AREA- ny home.' hot me^- 
need playmate for my 2 year 

dd. Loving ctte, reasooaUe 
prices. 428^6832. 

^ 

if-Ueal iasiwietlaa Passes 

fiqgreCeraariee. Certified 
DoMaa Teaehw. Connate 
Iba' Onaeui pivdacta. 
Cf at B w are . Unag. o^- 
qm glfla. 1^ baifiuw^s 
'^'daaaaa. 2218 Patters RMd, 
4t84M87. 

TJ. 

tl'iPrlvMc taslnKdaa 

VGMCE LESSONS - 

privtte tea<dMr. 340^14 
after 5 pm. 

517 



OQUnaT COOKING 
I^ONI ta my home, 
vwied ooitttaeatiri cuiiiae. 
A^ expresita to yam 
o^ktag. Rnsaubfe reus. 
04 lor faiftnMioB 340- 
<M0. 

53 



AQpaUHAN LESSONS- 
ChiBdiland area. Qualified 
teadier now accepting stu- 
dents. 484-7679. 

'""' ■ *" 53 



PETS-SUPPLIES 




2^D«|s.Gllt.aMi other Pels 



GERMAN SHEPARD • 

Pups, ARC registered, 
black and silver, $123. 
Phone 587-3344. 

426 

PUPPIES-Mother Cocker, 
father?. Beautiful 6 week old 
bUwk females. Adorable and 
loving, to good homes only! 
$5.00. 420-6204 after 3 p.m. 
■53 

IRISH SETTER-mix pup- 
pies, excellent femily pets, 6 
weeks old. have shots, to 
good homes only. 340-359P. 
53 

SAINT BERNARD PUPPY, 

fenude, 4 months dd with 
papers, shots, housebroken. 
very kiving,great with child- 
ren, $200. 424-1337. 

53 

BLONDE ODCX-A-POO - 

puppies, 6 weeks old, 
wormed. Extra pretty pup- 
pies, make great pets. To 
good hosnes only! $15. 421- 
9614. 

510 

SIdCvER POODLE, 

mmMire - with papers 
need^ a good home $10.00 
Yorki/Chihuahua mixed 
fete to a good home 
Moving, pet needs home. 
497-6941. 

517 



MALE COCK-A- 

POOfhousebroken - well 
trained. "He is a great 
ptippy." To a good home 
only, 15. 484-8223. 

53 

23-Pel Services 

f*tiflh>iiiiMir 
,. SfWojke^Witndain* 
■ your home or buainess, 
prying those who demand 
the best. 588-8586. 

426 

CUFti DIP Pet Salon, 
gropmiag. bathing, board- 
ing. Master Charge- Visa w- 
elcone. Introductory offer 
10« off first visit.481-140C 
between 9-5 weekdays. 
426 - 

JAYEL<S PRIVATE 
SOKXX. for Dogs offers 
private or small group 
lessons at your convenience. 
Basic obedience and show 
ria^ training. 393-6526. 

426 



LIVESTOCK 



24.Har8e»-Ciillle Ect. 

5 YEAR OU> WELSH 
rONY- Nice conformation, 
good mover, pbito with good 
lookmg markings. No vices. 
Negative Ooggins. 13 hands. 
Woidd make nice diildren^ 
pony, carries llOibs. easily. 
Show potential. $100, nego- 
tiable; moving must sell. 
Csll 547-4571, days, ask for 
Lynn or 421-3804 evenings 
and weekends. 

531 

HUNTER PONY - 12.2 
hands, very gentle, good for 
begiiuer, excellent jumper.' ' 
Blue riUxm winner, price 
$600; good home. 488-1202. 
426 





QUALITY CARE FOR 
YOUBHORSE, VBW 

Farm, 1201 West Road, 
Ches^icake. Good 

pasture, friendly 

atmMphere, call now, 
487-3328. 

517 




2S-Arlieln fer Srie 



CAMERA PE1RI. FA-1, 
siMter speed 1-1000 sec.. 55 
MM- F/1.7 km, FP and X 
auto setting. S140. Call 424- 

2739. 

53 

LAWN MOWER • Yazoo, 2 
yews eld, like imw, 3 hp. 
CUata enghw. 22 in. cut, 
$143. or best eOti. Please 
ca0464-40t2. 

tf 



25-ArtlcleS far Srte 

LADIES CXOTHES - Size 
16, name brands, suits, 
coats, dresses. Perfect con- 
dition. S3 to $15. custom 
made drapes, 2 pair, $83. 
627-5310 or 622-6481. 

510 

LEFT HAND GOLF 
CLUBS, black golf bag. 
never used, reasonably 
priced. Household 
screens, lots of them! 
$5.00 for all. 497-8669. 
_ 51 

PAINTINGS -Abstract by 
Kirby, Thrift, Brooks, 
Bortswick & other acrylics 
& collages. 425-6969. 

517 



CRAFTSMAN BENCH 
GRINDER-1/4 horsepower, 
brand new condition, $50 ot 
best offer. Call after 4 P.M. 
543-6607. 
426 



HAIR COLORINGS: Youth- 
air, Sun-Ray, Hoods, Hair- 
tonics: Jeris, Sur-lay, Hask, 
Beau Kerman, Lucke Tiger, 
Correct-Way, Sur-Oroom, 
Q.E.D.. WeU-Comb, Scot- 
eece Barber Supply and 
Sharpening Service, 837- 
4435. 

53 

ALL TYPES of new and 

used, restaurant and bar 
equipment. Hours 8:30- 5. 
Ducie Scales, Inc., 1008 
Oranby Street. 623-7073. 
426 

SPRING • SUMMER 
CLOTHINCMen, women - 
children's. All sizes - good 
prices. Things UnUmited 
New and Used, 501 Virginia 
Beach Blvd., 428-7841. 
S3 

REFRIGERATMI -Whirl- 
pool- 1 year dd, exwUent 
condition, white, 17.1 cu. 
ft. $300. Please call 497- 
3134. 

• 53 

CUPPEBS Mustache 
trimmer, goatee trimmer, 
also horse^ and dog clip- 
pers. Scotece Barber Sup- 
ply & Sharpening Service, 
call 857-4436 
53 

RCA WHIRLPOOL-washer 

good condition, dryer works 
-needs timer. $5.00 each. 
Carpet whh pad, 18X13, 
$3.00. Ckie week must go! 
■ 3400370. 



AMF TRAMP(XJN£ brand 
new, still in carton! Pro- 
fessional style and size. Cbst 
$750 any reasonable offer 
accepted. 428-1954. 

53 

SmPUCTTY-BROADI 
MO(Mt738, 8 horsepower, 
riding mower, 36 in. cut, A-1 
shape $450. 420-2358. 

53 

REMINGTON 1100, 12 

gauge 28" modifide rib. soft 
case, excellent condition, 
$175, 422-1527 

26-AailqMes A CoMccllMeg 

STAINED GLASS -4 

paneb, 3X7' exquisite 
$300 each. Also: 5 
windows, beautiful 

condition. All dated 1902. 
CaU 393-6457. 

517 

RAILROAD WATCHES, 

antique jewelry, Victorian 
walnut desk. Hosier 
cabinets, 4 ice , ateam 
chairs. 19th Cratiuy 
Antiques, Open 10-7, 7 
days, 625-91 19. 

517 

ROYS ANTIQUES - 1M4 

Laffette Avenue. We buy 
and sell. Used and antique 
furniture. 626 -9624 or 857 
- 6710 shqi>. Dealer. 
T.F. 

CHUBCffS ANsMiUtS A 

SELLING POST. At Fox 
Han. 6029 E. Princess 
Anne Road. 20 pererat oflF 
with this advertisenwntl~ 



858-9648. 



53 



ISO PIECES ROSEVILLE 
POTTERY, 200 pieces cast 
iron Collectibles, several 
china cabinets. Oak Grove 
Flea Kterket. 910 Oak G^ove 
Road. Chesapeake 547-1500. 
^6 

27-Hease Held Geodt 

WHIRLPOOL WASHER 

2 speed, 6 cyde, p)ld, 

SI45; Impoial 3 

speea dryer, $100; Singer 
dg zag sewing madiine. 
$45,487-6029. 

510 

VANTTY CABINETS -25 

percott off. Marsh 
vanitto. Satin white with 
cultured marble top, 24". 
30". 36" sizes. Cavalier 
Carpet & Kitdsens, Inc. 
627-8888. 

5-17 



27-Hw«e Hdd Goodi 

UdEWATER Sew~~^r 
2710 Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard; 340 • 3481 or 6528 East 
Indian River Road. 420 • 

5803. Ret^nditioned 
vacumns $9.95 up. Kirby 
service. 

tf 



MOVING ABROAD- 
MUST SELL.I2" 

tdevision, S25; coffee pot, 
$3; vdporizo-, $4; toasto-, 
$5; hair dryer $10; iron, 
$5. 487-6029. 

510 

ORIENTAL RUGS, 

power loomed in Belgium, 
100 percent wool: 9X6- 
$200; 8ViXll-S4O0: 

Tiffany lamp, 25" 
diameter, carmel color, 
with birds and curved fruit 
$695. 425-6%9. 

517 



33-Good TMags to Eai 

COWS- GRAIN FED - for 

the freezer. .40 cents a 
pouml! All our cvatomers 
are siuisfied. Will deliver to 
packing company. 488-4244. 
tf 



\j**n* 



REAL ESTATE 



TIDEWATER'S MOST POPULAR FEATURE 

FREE BEES 

V If yeu have dag ar eat araaytUagyaw want to giveaway, we wiD 
na yew daaalBed ad a b aa hrt ely FREE. Yes, that's right, we'D nu 
yaw ad ii aw pepalsr WSEE BEE aeetiaa. This ta a paUk larvlee 



BEMtOOM SUITE - double 
bed with mattresses, dress- 
er with tall mirror, 5 drawer 
chest. All in excellent condi- 
tion. $295 negotiable. 485- 
5733. 

510 

FREEZER.22 cu. ft. chest 
type, nevw used, $195. 
firm. Must Sell! After 5 
pm. 423-4264. 

517 



FLEA MARKET No. 3, 

3315 South MUitaryHgh- 
way. Open Friday, Satur- 
day, Sunday only 10^. In- 
side stalls and table set-ups 
for rent. 28 stalls to serve 
you. Free admission. 487- 
9803. 

tf 

2«-Waalrd In H»y 

11/2 to 2 1/2 cubic foot 
Refrigerator for coUege 
dorm. Will pay a fidr price. 
484-8950. 

426 



NAUTICAL ITEMS WANT 
ED- chronometers, bfam- 
ades, steerhig wheels, ships 
lights, divhig hehnets, eng- 
uie order telegraph, other 
items. HBghest prices pakl. 
461-2465 or «»-2011. 

426 



FRESH SEAFOOD Oiught 
daily, Qreen% Seafood 
Khrket, Ktarket of Virginia 
BMdi. ^-3574. ^Op» 9-6 

«y. V 

42r 



DID YOU KNOW Tide- 
water's only authentic Mex- 
ican Restaurant is open for 
lunch 12:30 daily. El Som- 
brero Mexican Restaurant. 
3629 Shore Drive. ef 

LYNNHAVEN OYST- 
ERS AND CLAMS, Fresh 

daily from the rivw. John 
Keeling, 340-2494. 

tf 



PEANUTS-RAW. sheUed or 
in shell 69 cents. All kinds 
nuts. Fresher, cheaper 
gourmet party nuts roasted 
to order. Gft mailing. Fund 
raishig. The Nut Market. 
267 1/2 Granby MaU. 625- 
5701 

53 



I.AWN A GARDEN 




HENKEL HARRIS Cherry 
drop-leaf dhiing room table; 
needlepoint sofe; 2 tapestry 
barrel chairs, exquisite ftirn- 
iture- only serious hiquiries. 
583-3932. 

53 

CRD-HWKINS - practical- 
ly new with matress. solid 
white. Paid $200, will sell for 
$60. Perfect condition! 622- 
2101. 

510 

CAPTAIN1S BED-(twin 

bed), hand made of 

Phillipine Nfahogany, 2 

large storage drawers, 

excellent condition, $75, 

545-3987. 

426 

FRENCH PROVINCIAL 
SOFA m Ceteddn green 
damask, good condition$135. 
855-3739 after 5 p.m. 

COUCH and CHADt-Early 

American, '6 foot sofe has 
a queen size hide-a-way 
bed, matchmg chair, tfer- 
culon febric, V.G.C., $295., 
428-7602. 419 

MAGNA VOX STERIO 

consde, $223; Mew Fridai- 
dare Dryer, $223; Wom- 
en'!s English 10 speed, 
$110; Satm wedding gown, 
$60; 627-0021 after 4 p.m.^ 

^26 



28-Garagc Ranmagc 

FLEA MARKET EXTRA- 

VAAGANZA-Hampton Cd- 
iseum. May 6 and 7. Have 
your garage sale whh us. 
Thousands attending. Booth 
rental, 481-2100. May 3 



^iJiwn and Garden 

'rRAdr(!>R ilARK 

DONE. Make your land 
ready for planting. 
Garden, grading, mowing, 
disdng, plowing and bush 
hog work. 547-7534. 

tf 

SEARS - 20" rotary lawn 
mower with grass catcher. 
Used I season. Needs 
tuning. $75. 486-1893 or 
486-7692. 

510 

CACTUS-10 VARIETIES 
for sale, 422-9166. 

426 



HEDGES 

topped, 
removed. 
Complete 
622-3926. 



CUT, trees 

shrubbery 

seeding. 

lawn service. 



47-l1eHscs UaAiratahed 

NEW 3 KDROQM RANCH 

- 2 baths, CAC, self-dean 
oven, next to gdf course, 
park, lake; eaSy access all 
bases. 499-9449. 

tf 

58.Fer Sale Va. leach 

WINDSOR OAKS -5 

bedrooms, 2Vi baths, 
family room, eat-in 
kitche, 16X32 inground 
pool. By owner, 3852 
Liberty Ridge, 340-9184. 
53 

PRINCESS ANNE 

PLAZA-3 bedroom, 2 
bath ranch with flreplace, 
$7,500 and assume $284 
month or $39,000 
conventional. Many extras 
486-3213. 

517 

MALIBU - 4 bedroom tri- 
level, femily room with fire- 
pUce, central air, beautiftil 
and dean, 486-7362. 

tf 

SELL YOUR OWN 
HOMEII Our Real Estate 
Counseling Service shows 
you how. We do all paper 
work. Flat service fee, no 
percent commission. Free 
brochure. Homeowners 
Services, 428-2252. 

KINGS GRAl^rr- 2 story 4' 
bedroom, den whh firepUce; 
many extras faiduding large 
deck and above ground pod. 
By owner. $70,000,340-2275. 
53 

CHESOPELAN OOLONY- 

rooms, waterfront ranch, 
$104,500. No agents, 461- 
4753. 

53 



Yaw FREE BEE ad wfl naeh Jaat the rigM people wIm wffll 
pra^dde a alee home tar yaw aafaaal. Aad if R'a samsthlng dae yon 
have to give away, yew M e a ds aad aelghhsrs wB a ppes siat i yaw 
ty. Sa cal 486-S480 to phwa yaw FREE BEE ad tadayl 



0-Frea Baa 



0-Fraa Bee 



0-Free Bee 



m 



9 Mixtd bread puppies, 
nM^hn* daaehund, 8 males, 8 
females, to good homes only, 
come by after 6:30 or on 
weekends. 706 Stalham Rd., 




'IWSOIL-Blaek, loam]| 
.feftMet>fron3imaiTy faif , 
.Als» 'fill dirt 'and sani.^ 
Landscaphig and grading. 
CaU 421-7378. 

426 

KOTO-TILLING - Any 

sectk>n, any size job, $6 up. 
Free estunates. 858-2675. 



CUARLESTOWNE - 4 bed- 
room ranch, heat pump, 
storm wmdows, many ex- 
517 tras, $54,500, possible 8 0/0 
takeover, owner, 420-0363. 

iNBW - Save* $2,000! f'bad- * 
room, 2 baths, femilyroom. 
Ids of cupboards, carpeted, 
utility room, garage, 
drapes, hmdscaped, $50,000, 
467-0507. 

510 



WARNINGI 
Aeeerdfa«tothe Cheaa- 
peake Humaae Society, 
certahi paraoaa have been 
udag the FREEBEE ad- 
vertishig eehnsas to db- 
tahi free aafaaals lor lab- 
oratory purpeaes. Theae 
people, aeeordtag to the 
HoBMBe Sedaty, appear to 
be very ordiaary people. If 
yan want to |^e your 
aalmd away aad have any 
doubt about tlw redpient, 
piMae eoataet either Um 
Vfrghda Beadi Huaaane 
Sodety er the Cheaapedce 
Anfand Mwltcr. 

58-For Sale Va. Beach 

LEVEL GREEN-4 bedroom, 

brick ranch. Family room/ 
fireplace, laundry room, eat- 
in kitchen, formal dining 
room, great area! $33,900. 
No agents. 424-9241. 

33 



S9-Far Sale Cheiapcafcc 

PLYMOUTH PARK -BY 

OWNER - 3 bedrooms, 
carpets, paneling, 

remodeled bathroom, new 
aluminum siding, fenced, 
garage. $28,000 or assume 
FHA loan. No agents. 
423-2460. 

tf 



PRIVATE ntEEDER wiU 

give free home to wild owls, 
hawks, or any birds nd 
wanted by owner. Also free 
care for injured birds. State 
Permit #00064. 
Wrhe Rick at P.O. Boa 
13428, Chesapeake, Virginia 
23325. 

BE OUR FRIEND- Adopt 
and give your love and home 
for our animds. We need 
your help. Portsmouth Hu- 
mane Society. 397-6004. 

FREE BEE - Shadew needs 
a good home. Beautiftil, 
targe, long haired, neutered 
male cat. Moving. 428-5147. 

FREEdEE Black, male. 
Cocker Spaniel, 7 years, 
female dachshund, spayed, 
3 years. Both registered. 
To good home only. 484- 

7906 

SAMOYED/Keeshound 
mbted puppies, parents 
registered, two fenules 
and one male. 464-3433 



FREE HORSE MANURE; 

for gardens, call 421-2546.; 



Free puppies - 9 weeks dd, 2; 
males, 1 female, part cdlici 
. part beagle. 482-1054 aftet, 
6:00 pm. 

- .-., tr 

BLACK RABBIT to a good'; 

home, includes cages, 
499-4351 ; 

FREE PUPPY, male, aU: 
bhwk. 547 4841. 



CAT - longhafred, tortoise : 
ahell femf le, 1 year old. : 
486-1814 after 4 p.m. 



2 BEAUTIFUL KITTENS,; 

10 weeks dd, ready for i 
new home. 421-2433. 



FREE KnTENS-6 weeks 
dd, good pets, 499-0955. 



DOG - male, part Lab and .*; 
part beagle, 8 yeeara old, ^ 
raised with children. Mov- :• 
ing and can't take pet. '< 
482-8022. JZ J 

PUPPIES - 1 male and 7 
females, all different mix- 
es, any cok>r. beautiful; 
markings, all are wormed : 
and have had their shoto. - 
546-7483. 



OOW MANURE - HO per 

pick-up load. Will load your 
truck. 421-9258. 
436 

DIRT A-1. Bbck, fertile top 
soil. Abo sand and fill. 
Prompt service. Jack N. 
PoweU, Inc. 855-7844 or 
853-7218. 
tf 

DEEP GARDEN TILLING • 

The Gravely way. 421-9547. 
436 

IT* SPRING Plantmg - 
Time! Free copy 48 pg. 
Planting Guide Catalog m 
cdor - Ofkttd by Vhginia^ 
largest growers of fruit 
trees, nut trees, berry 
plants, grape vines, land- 
scape phmt materisJ. 
Waynesboro Nurseries - 
Waynesboro, Virginia 
22980 426 ' 



FOR RECSEATHN«i, profit 
and exercise grow your own 
produce and eqjoy superior 
quality. Free compost ami 
water. Moored Rem a Oar- 
den. 497-5189. 
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36-Farn Eqalpaeat 



JOHNSWFABM 
-Tractara, S, 



WE buy dfamtoads and any 
type of gdd. 461-8261 
Dealer. 

31-Caias airf Slaipa 

NOtVIEW Rare Gdns - 
Norfolk's most cooq^te. 
^, sell, trade. Buyhig 
silver coiu. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center, NafoUc, 
853-8118. 

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3S«ood TMi«s 10 Eai 

"AfwSosEkFOOD, 1724 

Sawlbridge Road, C^odter, 
spot, trout, and dams. 
Wholesale croakers. 4M- 
7830. 

53 

OYSims Ljl^WnT" 
sbMked and unwaahad. 
(^Mdto Rurd's Seafood 
ReatoufMt, ^ Uttle Nadt 
Rd.. Earl SmMi. 840-U71 
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■rt hay 
8370. 



aad eaiB, 5d5~- 



426 



39-TV 



WE SERVICB aU makes aad 
models. We hutdl resident- 
id amenna^. We make dagr 
and e vedng calls . M/C AND 
BAG Amerkwi T.V. 420-. 
6093. 53 

N EW CB RAMOS - for sale. 

pcofessiond installation and 
check out avaiUUe. Reason- 
able prices. 4844338. 484- 
0138 after 6 p.m. - anyttane 
week-ends. 

510 

44-Rctarts-H«lels 

VACATION IN THE 
MOUNTAINS: A fon plan 
for yeungsters of any age. 
Plenty to do on Lake and 
300 a^e WiklHfe Ktanage- 
mem area. FisUng. boat- 
ing, hikfaig, g^aes, TV. 
Spadous Hvi^ area, 5 
bedrooms, 2 bMhs, modern 
kitchen. Perfea for large 
grau|H. Deer Track, c/o 
I^m Sticklcy, Jr., 600 W 
Mvlwt St.. ftervooburg, 
VA,2aOI 

4U 



SANDBRIlXa:-4 bedroom, 
2 baths, dl q>pliances, on 
cand, walk to beach, 2 
decks, by owner, must sell, 
$73,500. 426-7732. 

53 

OLD KINGS GRANT, fish- 
faig and bodhig-yards away, 
tennis nearby. Redecorated 
4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 
eat-hi kitchen, dining room, 
den/fire|riace,screened por- 
ch, 2 1/2 garage, low Vepco, 
60'S negotibk. 604 Kings 
Grant Road. 464-1067. 

' 53 

KINGS GRANT- Lakefront, 
2 story Cdonid, 4 bedroom. 
2 1/2 baths, femily room, 
firtfplaoe, oentrd ah, nuny 
extru, 486-3539. 
42 6 

FAIRFIELD - 4 bedroom, 
approachbv perfection hi 
design, quality, and liva- 
bility. Eat-hi-kitchen, 2Vi 
baths, flunily room-fire- 
place! 2,300 square feet. 
424 -4780 

GREAT nUDCC -New 
apartments accross from 
Great Bridge High Schod. 1 
and 2 bedrooms, ftUly car- 
peted, iNdern kitdien-all 
^tpUances, $205 to $240 - 
547-7161. 



CHARLESTOWNE LAKES 

• 3 bedroom, 2 baths, femily 
room whh fireptaoe, equity 
and assume to eUgiUe Vets, 
owner, 424-5644. 

«6 

THOROUGHGOOD^Y 

owaer-Cd-de-sac. Heavily 
treed. 3 bedroom teick 
ranch. Saeen porch, Iwge 
den with fireplaoe. Kfid- 
$70^, 464-5936. 

426 



SOUTH NORFOLK -3 

bedroom townhouse, end 
unit. Shag, den. 
Dishwasher, fenced yard, 
by owner, excellent 
condition, 7 14 percent 
loan, 543-4611. 

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GREEN MEADOW POINT, 

custom ranch, 3 large bed- 
rooms, 2 baths, paneled 
fem-$ 

ily room/firepUce, garage, 
wooded corner lot, ah, ex- 
tras. 484-3566. 

53 

HOMESTEAD ACRES • 

new 3 bedroom, 2 bath Cape 
Cod, large wooded lot $10, 
000 and assume 9 0/0 con- 
ventiond - q>praxhnately 
$50,000. Noagents.421-2390 
53 



S9-FW Sale 11ic»apeakc 

GREAT BRUXX - 4 

bedroom on 1/2 acre, 30 
huge trees, sunken living 
room, plush carpets, 2 car 
plus garage, centrd dr, 
available Jdy, $57,500. 428- 
3784. 

53 

GEORGETOWN POINTlBy 

owner. 3 year old brick 
ranch, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 
baths, den with fireplace, 
country kitchen 2 1/2 car 
garage, drcular drive, wall- 
to-wall carpets, appliances. 
424-1155. VAqn>raiSed $58, 
700. 404 Providence Road. 
53 

PEhAROKli'MEADOWS- 

Inunacukte 4 bedroodiu, 
custom firepkce, centrd 
afr, femily room, carpethig 
drapes. Reuonably priced- 
low $50^,490-0221. 

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81-Od-of-Tow for 8ala 

aXLLINGTON HARBOR - 

Cand front tot on Pamlico 
Sound. Gubhouse available. 
$6,500 negdfeble. 804-588- 
7023. 

510 

NAGS HEAD- 2 tots, one 
waterfront, one on hill hi 
sight of Jockey Ridge bi dd 
Nags Head, turn at milepost 
14. 484-5461. 

510 

FLCNUDA-TRADEr EQUI 
TIES - 12 acre form with 3 
bedroom house - 2 fire- 
places, den, - fenced, poml. 
Also waterfront tots, mo- 
tels. 461-8120. 

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WINNEBAGO-1976 

Sportsman's Den, 

gracious accommodation 
fori 4 with every 
domestic A automotive 
convenience, mint 

condition, $14,750 

negotiable. 340-7045. 

517 



1975 CHAMPION 

MOTOR HOME, 20'^ 
sleeps 6, tires perfect, roof 
air, self-contained, 15,409 
miles. AM-FM stereo tap^ 
deck. See to appredat^ 
'$8,730,543-0052. 

517 

8KAMPER- 1972 pop ur 
steeps 8, gas and electric : 
refrigerator, porta-potti, : 
has awning, very good '• ' 
condition, $1500.467-6794. i 
426 



OLS-TRAVEL TRAILER,: 

1970, self-contdned, gas/ : 
etectric refrigerator, 12 voit 
pressurized water system, 
hd water, tdlet, new tirei. 
excellent condition, $1,600. 
4884)892. 

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1973 - Md Mder Boom • 
Open Road. Ford chasls, low 
miteage, ndny condition, 
priced to seU. 484-8547. 

-" 426 

WINiNUIIAGO-1975 6-21, 
steeps 8, bath with shower, 
dr conditioned, with gen- 
erator, exceltent randitioa, 
$12,500, 499-2400 or 85$- 
8242. 



AT YOUR SERVICE! 

To advertise in tiiis lectioD, GALL JOAN RUIH -486-3430. 



Tn^E»LAKE1 3 bed- 
room rand, 2 foil bath- 
rooms, Bving room, tfimng 
room, den whh freplace, 
utility room, gvage. 2 
patios on corner kt, (fish- 
washer, gtfbage (faposd. 
$48,500. $3,500 aad as- 
sume 8 per oem VA. 
launeifitte occiqwacy. 
Owner- ^9-0426. 

426 



KEhffiSVn.LE-$6,300 and 
assume. 3 bedroom 2 1/2 
baths, wtther, dryer, dis- 
posd, seltdeaning oven, 
prest^e area. With pod 
privle^^. 497-45M. 



< 71-Services Offered 

AUTO CRUSHERS- Top 

price paid, towed free, fest 
lervice. 425-3807 

LOUK'S UFHOLSTRY 

serving Tidewater for 25 
years. Custom 

upholstering. 20 percent 
off on all fabric by 
mentioning this 

advertisement in April and 
May. 480-2688. 
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PLASTERING- Large and 
small jobs. 30 years exper- 
ience hi Tictewater Area. 
Reasonabte rates. Free 
estimates. Bob Mustin, 
853-6989 or 340-4669. 

YE (MLDC CHIMNEY Sw- 
eqia-''A dirty chimney is a 
daagaroua thing." For 
more bfermdton call 460-- 
0417. BAC/m aecaptad. 
45 

FIREPLACES- Have a 
custom fireptece buih ui 
your home tt a reasonabte 
Iffice by Mkduel A Kll, 
flreplace spedalists licens- 
ed, bonded A uuured- 
REferenoes; 482-3636. 
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nANO DOCItMt FuU re 



71-Srrvkes Offered 

WELL DRILUNG-Have 

a water supply of your 
own! Deep and shallow 
wells. Water for law use, 
heat pump wells, and 
drinking water. 

Reasonable rates. 
Chesapeake Well Drilling. 
Henry Leary, 487-8507. 

510 



UGHT HAULING - tnA 

and driver for hire, depen- 
dabte, extra help avaflabte, 
no Job too small or large. 



545-9830. 



t.f. 



HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS repairs, mainten- 
ance. State Ucmsed. Free 
Es^ides'. ProMpt, eour- 
teow sarviee. Qaikltty per- 
fwmanee.486-1644or497 



T.F. 



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426 



puma service, tun- 
faig, repaMag. and regu- 
lafii«. Smv^ag Southern 
Tidewat«'-lWnps<m En- 
tarpriaes. Wwk 00 all 
s. 004157. jj 



ANNIE'S JANITCMtlAL 
SERVICES- with a wo- 
aanH spedd touch. 
Homes, apartnMnt houses, 
new hoBoes deaned, off- 
ices, stores. Contracts wel 
cooed. Reasoi^te rates, 
estnntes, M5-376:)/483- 
3760 
tf 

HOUSE SITTER- ReliaMe, 
locd former teacher will 
house-sit resort hone this 
sumnKf. Will give loving 
care iriants-animals. Rafer- 
CMcs. Cdl 1-703-532-6510 
481-1207. 419 



7i-Scrvlcei Offered 

PARTY t Ut Tfatte" th4 
Magician entertdn yours : 
guests <rf children and/of 
adutts. Birthday partus, : 
churdi'S, sdiods, and Com- 
pany dinmrs, etc. Qowns 
avaihdik. 853-8852. 
tf 

NO WAX VINAL 
FLOOUNG, 9X12' 

rooms,' $87. Installed. SO 
samiries to choose front. 
CaU 42(MS652 anytime. : 
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EXPERIENCED PIANO 

TUNER technidan does tus- 
uig, repahhig, reconditioo- 
hig of all types of pian^a 
uKluding electrode pianos. 
Sherman's Piano Servic^, 
420-9124. 
510 

ADIHTVms - Ifarae UQ- 
proveBMUs, all types, duni- 
inum si&4, firepUces, vtjl 
to waB carpet, bathroomi, 
and kk^eas remodeted. V^ 
can save you money. CAS 
Buihters, Inc. 543-6881, 34l- 
2609. 

ROOfING REPAIRS Ex; 
periMead - any type, small 
joba. CM night OT day. 628 
-9184 or 857-6710 shop. 

T.F. 

PIANO TEACBER • Exper- 
ieneed. Beghuer rtodents. 
Joha Sd^m me^d used, 
or wffl imfk with wtet you 
alraa^F have. Beaaeoabte 
rataa. OOi after 6:00. 

4iB-7U7. 



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Koko is a little shy, but Heather Barkley of Sooth 
J'toloB Road lave a smile. 



WWi a Httle help from Kim Yoi. 
Aycnne, Nin, the fluffliei^t pet nt »!» 
the SUN. 



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- .;is iti Wolf Street and Cathy Dancy of Wolf 

Street pose wtUi Bear, who was awarded for being the 
most ob«ifent. 



iyhte O^eciiey of Fwsi S«f 
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Hope and AsnMa^ Miller of Victory R^ display 
their winning rihbotf for their pels. Cherries, tin 
rabbit, and Enny, Meany, Mlny, Moe and Missy, the 
hermit crabs. 



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ymCMNU BEACH SUN O WEDNESDAY, APIUL 36, 1971 9B 



Blrdneck, Lakeville need water systems 



New trains arriving for Biiach board wallc 



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ByLEECAHILL 

Public Affairs Writer 



It wiU cost over a million dollars to install new 
water systems in Birdneck Point and Lakeville Estate 
two of Virginia Beach's older subdivisions. 

In presenting a report on the Birdneck system 
Monday afternoon, City Manager George L. 
Hanbury said that if improvemenb are made in 
Birdneck Point, there is a strong possibility that 
Lakeville Estates would ask for water service. Both 
programs, if started immediately, would cost well 
over a million dollars, he said. 

In the meantime, Birdneck Point representatives 
will study alternatives presented to update their 
system. Residents complained last week that the 
water was rusty, the pressure low and the fire 
hydrants inadequate. 

Hanbury said that an improved system with fire 
hydrants and larger lines would cost $758,000 while a 



replacement of the existing system with the same 
design used in 1927 would cost $316,000 less or 
$442,000.- 

Hanbury said that he would not recommend a 
replacement of the existing system, but said that if 
the system were improved he would recommend 
property owner participation in the cost by paying 
the normal line fee. However, no charge would be 
made for tap or meter fees. 

The alternatives are: 

Replace the system with an improved system. 
Start a phasing process at no cost to the citizens, but 
the cost would be increased by inflation over a four- 
year period by $100,000. 

Replace the existing system without any 
improvements at no charge to the citizens. 

Wait for the new installation of the 36-inch line on 
Laskin Road that will improve pressure and thereby 
increase flushing capabilities to reipove high iron 
deposits. 



Virginia Brach will have two new boardwalk trains 
this summer. ' 

City CouncU appropriated $SO,000 for the trains 
which will repiKe the eightr^ar-old trains which city 
officials said have det^iorated beyond economical 
repair. 

The money for the trains is provided for in the 



upconiing budget but the purchase was requested 
immnUately to s^ve the city $16,500 to repair the 
existing tfeins for operation during May and June. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said that the 
revenues are greater than the cost. The trains brought in 
over $30,000tast summer. 



Catholic church 
plans to build 



Cat fancier 
award 



Sue Blankenship ia the 
first American Cat Fan^r 
AssodatiOD Sped^y Judge 
to quahiy in the stitfe of 
Virginia. She has completed 
a five-year m>preotioeship 
that iiududed clerUog, com- 
pleting two judging idioois. 
and qualifying under five 
teaching judges. 

Nfrs. Blankenship tthn 
and shows her own Siamese 
and Cornish Rex cats. 



ByLEECAHILL 

Public Affairs Writer 



The Catholic church, which has been sharing the 
church pavilion of the Episcopal church at Sandbridge 
will build one of Its own at the northeast intersection of 
Painters Lane and Sandbridge Road. 

Virginia Beach city council recently approved a 
conditional use permit for the church on the 7.9 acre 
parcel at the request of the Catholic Diocese of 
Richmond through the Star of the Sea Catholic Church 
in the Virginia Beach Borough. 

The first phase of the development will consist of an 
open pavilion to be used for religious services duriiig the 
summer. The remainder of the site is to be used for 
church-related facilities to be constructed later. 

Long range plans are to start a parish at Sandbridge, 
According to Attorney R.L. Simpson Jr., representing 
the church. 



Sewage 
contract 
awarded 



By LEE CAHILL 

SUN Public Affairs Writer 



Two contracts totaling 
$1,204,195.95 have been 
awarded for the construct- 
ion of a sewage pumping 
station at 19th Street and 
roadwork/utilities con- 
struction on 19th Street, 
Parks Avenue and the Nor- 
fdk/Virginia Beach Tdl 
Road. 

Virginia Beach city council 
Mcmday afternocm awarded 
the pumping station 
contract to Crowder Con- 
tracting Company, fgr $132, 
700, low bidder of five and to 
Ashland-Warren, Inc. for 
the roadwork/utilities for 
$1,071,495.95, low bidder «rf 
three. The engineer's est- 
imate fw the two jobs was 
$1,104,722. 

The vote was 9-1 with 
Councilwoman Meyera 
Oberndcrf voting against 
the award. Coundhnan J. 
Henry McCoy was absent. 



Services for 
handicapped 

Ninth grade English 
students at Baysidc Juniw 
High Schod were informed 
of special services available 
fw the visually handicapped 
in the Tidewater area. 

Mrs. Wichcr and Miss 
Midgctt, representatives 
from Special Services at 
Bayside Public Library were 
on hand at the schod to tell 
students about materials 
and equipment available for 
the blind. Miss Midgctt, 
blind since birth, demoistr- 
ated the c^tacon, a portable 
machine which aUowi the 
blind to read print. 

During a drama study, the 
students read The NDracle 
Worker," the stwy of Hellen 
Keller'i struggle to over- 
come blindness. Interest in 
tl» blind was an outgrowth 
of thi^ study. 



Pizza winner 

Milt (Hi's Pizza, Checkered 
Flag Imported Cars and 
Oakdale Furniture Company 
have won major 1977 smaids 
of excellence from the 
Advertising Qub of Norfolk 
(or their television 
advertising spots. 



Hermann 
wins award 



Kathryn Hermann of 
Kempsville, secretary of the 
Althene Toastmistress Qub, 
placed first in the club's 
annual speech contest. The 
title of her speech was 
"Around the Bend." 

Nficki Tyndall of Ports- 
mouth who is a member of 
the Vu-ginia Beach club, 
placed second in the contest. 
Also partidpating were 
Sarah Saunders of Cdlege 
Park and Fran Magill, a 
member of the club from 
Norfdk. 

Judges were: Diana 
Barnett, vice president of 
the Blue Ridge Region of 
Toastmistresses; Gmdr. "J" 
Dick Pensyl of the Navy 
Public Works Center's 
(^ratioi Office; and Lda 
Wilson, vice president of 
Council 7 at Toast- 
mistresses. 

The contest is one of the 
highlights of the club year 
and winners will now ccm- 
pete with other council 
winners at a regional 
conference in Petersburg. 



SOLVE MONEY WORRIES 

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worries! Let classified ads in 
your hometown newspaper 
sell things you no longer 
need and can do without. 
Low oxt and quick actingi 



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Consolidated Report of Condlttoa Fiddlty American Bank, Virginia 
Beach of Virginia Sencli, Virginia, 23451 And Foreign and Domestic 
Snbsidaries at tlM close of bnslness on Marcli 31, 1978. Made to tlie 
State Corporation Commission 



ASSETS 



$13,213,000 
$4,022,000 



$1,756,000 



1 . Cash and due from l»nks ( SdMdule C, Item 7) 

2. U.S. Trauury securities (Schedule B. Item 1 , Column E) 

3. Obli^tions of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 
(Schedule B. Item 2. Column E) 

4. Obligations of States ami politicid subdividons (Schedule B, Item 3. Column 

E) $2,163,000 

3. Other bonds, notes and debentures (Schedule B, Item 4, Column E) None 

6. Corporate stock None 

7. Trading account securities None 

8. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 
(Schedule D, Item 4) $1,750,000 

9. a. Loans, Total (exductog unearned incomeKSchedule A; Item 1 $39.7 1 5 ,000 

b. Less: ResNve fm possible loan losses $5 1 7,000 

c. Loans, Net $39,198,000 

10. Direct lease flnandng None 

1 1 . Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets 

representing bwik premises $1 ,723,000 

12. Real estate owned other than bank premises $372,000 

13. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and 

associated companies None 

14. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding None 

15. Other assets (SchedtileG, Item 7) $532,000 

16. TOTAL ASSETS(sumofitemsl thru 15) $64,729,000 

LIABILITIES 

17. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations (Schedule F. 
Item IF. Column A) $25,033,000 

18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, 
and corporations (Schedule F, Item IF, Column 

B + C) $23,128,000 

19. Deposits of United States Government (Schedule F, Item 2. Columns 

. A + B+Q $243,000 

20. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 

TlScheduleF, Item 3, Columns A + B + C) $9,445,000 

'21. Deposits of foreign governments and ofHcial institutions (Schedule F, Item 4, 
Columns A + B + Q None 

22. Deposits of commercial banks (Schedule F, Item 5+6, 

Columns A + B + C) ^°^ 

23. Certified and officers' checks (Schedule F, Item 7, Column A) - . — * « J»4,000 

24. TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICES (sums of items 17 

thru 23) $58,823,000 

a. Total demand deposits (Schedule F, Item 8, Column A) $26,770,000 

b. Total time and savings deposiu^Schedule 

F. Item 8, Columns B + Q $32,053,000 

TOTAL DEPOSITS IN FOREIGN OFFICES None 

TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN OFFICES $58,823,000 

25. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase 
(Schedule E. Item 4) $850,000 

26. Other liabilities for bonowed money None 

27. Mortgage indebtedness None 

28. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding None 



29. Other liabilities (Schedule H. Item 9) 

30. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and 
debentures) 

3 1 . Subordinated notes and dri>entures 

EQUITY CAPFTAL 

32. Preferred stock a. No. shares outstanding Par Value None 

33. Common stock a. No. shar^ juittiorized 500,000 

b. No shares outstanding 258,000 $5 Par Value 

34. Surplus 

35. Undivided pn^iu 

36. Reserve for <»ntin^wies and other capital reserves 

37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (turn of items 32 thru 36) 
n. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 30, 
31and37) 

MEMORANDA 



$427,000 \ : 

$60,100,000 
None 



$1,290,000 m 

$1,735,000 

$1,604,000 

None 
$4,629,000 

$64,729,000 



1. Average for 15 or 30 catendar days ending with call date: 

a. Cash and due from basks (corraponds to item 1 above) $12,077,000 

b. Federd funds sold and seoiritiei purchase! under 
agreeni^toresdl(o(m-eq;K»dstoitem8above) $3.^7,000 

c. Total loans (correqxmdi to itoa te above) $39,316,000 

d. Time ^pmts of $100,000 <» m<xe (corresponds to Memoranda itons 
3a plus 3b below) $9,220,000 

e. Total deposits (corresponds to item 24 above) $59,040,000 

f . Fetteral funds purchned and scoirities sold under 
agrMments to repur(^a» (corrapcHids to item 23 above) $48,000 ! 

g. CMher liabiUti» for borrowni mmey (corresponds to iton 26 above) None I 

2. Stawll^ tetto^ of at^ mttstaiuUBg $332,000 i 

3. Time ckposits of $100,000 or more 

a. Time certifioites of (kpMit in draominations of $ 100,000 or more $9,220,000 •: 

b. Otho- time (teposits in am(HUts,of $100,000 or more ^ None I 

I, Kewirth W. Fanner, President, of tfie above-named bank do hereby declare that 'i 
this Rq>ort of CoiM^tioi^includi^ tite supporting schedules) is true to the best of | 
my knowledge and b^ef . 

We. the uiMl^ugn«i directws, mm the corrertness of this Report of| 
Conditioi^incMing tite supporting schedules) and declare that it h^ b«n examined i 
by us and tt> the best ot our kmxwted^ and belief is true and correct. 

no^ nis rejKJrt must be uyied by tlw President or Cashter of the bank, or if 
there is no Cashier by the Treeum and attested by n<M tess than three flireciors 
Mher than tite officeri^ng tlte nfKNt. 

J.F. Malbon ' 

E.W.Tumbull, 

E.T. Caton. 

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NIA BEACH SUN □ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 197S 



Painting tiie Beach 



...with Eric Stevens 



Pyramid is a soiid sounding trio 



PYR-A-MID (pihr-uh-mid) n. A solid body having 
triangular sides meeting a point. v.»To pile up. 

A silver pyramid dangles above the bandstand at The 
Roaring Twenties as a constant reminder that you are 
listening to a group called PYRAMID. 

They fit the definition. Solid. Triangular (basically a 
trio, plus guest artists). Meeting in a point (their point is 
to make good jazz, and the three men work as a unit). 
To pile up (they pile a good repertoire, fine 
musicianship, a swinging beat, tasteful restraint, and 
imagination to quite an apex.) 

Pyramid is a co-op unit consisting of John 
Chapman, electric piano, Ernest Smith, electric bass, 
and James Tanner, drums. You might have heard them 
at The Stage Deli on Laskin Road. Now they are at 35th 
Street and Gosnold, near ODU, Thursdays through 
Sundays, 9 to 1 except Sundays, when things are moved 
up 30 minutes. 

Thursdays and Fridays they are supplemented by the 
outstanding sax playing of Jack Todd, recently 
discussed at some length in this column, and profiled in 
Metro Magazine by this writer. Saturdays and Sundays 
the guest is singer Debby Taylor, whom I had the 
pleasure of hearing before a mellow Sunday evening 
crowd. Oh yes. The Roaring Twenties even has jazz for 
luncheon, via a disc jockey on the premises. 

The dangling pyramid was fashioned by drummer 
James Tanner, who makes his living in grju)hics. 
Recently parted from the Navy, Tanner will probably 
finish college at Norfolk State. He completed two years 
at Florida A & M, alma mater of Cannonball Adderley. 
Tanner is a Scorpio, originally from Cleveland. 

Tanner's replacement as music librarian for the 
Cinclant Fleet Orchestra is pianist John Chapman. The 
bearded Aquarian looks like flute-star Herbie Mann. 
John comes from upstate New York, and majored in 
Greek and Latin at Ithaca College. His favorite pianists 
include Bill Evans and Andre Watts. 

Chapman and bassist Ernest Smith have the sound 
judgment to keep the volume on their amps low. 
Hampton Institute student Smith was described March 
15th in this column: "He may well be the best in 
metro." Smith is an Aries. 

The trio opened with an original, "Opening Night." 
Then came "Now's The Time," which sounds so much 
like "The Hucklebuck" that I'm amazed that no 
plagiarism suit was instituted. Fats Waller's "Jitterbug 




Waltz" was a refreshing surprise. "Broadway" and 
"Autumn Leaves" swung. Lee Morgan's rock-jazz 
classic, "The Sidewinder" moved the crowd. For a 
"break tune" they use the bop masterpiece, "Straight, 
No Chaser." 

There are many pop-jazz singers locally, but Debby 
Taylor may well be the only unadulterated Jazz singer 
in the area. Her raw sound and her liberties with 
"time" qualify her for that distinction. Sometimes she 
lags so far behind that you think she'll never catch up, 
but a fussilade of words invariably brings her out right 
on the button, freeing herself from self-imposed 
entrapment. 

Ms. Taylor was a school chum of Barbara Stant, 
starting out in gospel groups, but her junior high 
teacher, Reginald Walker, insisted she learn jazz. A 
Cancer, Debby was discovered at Bob's Loung by a 
promotion man for Decca, and spent 1966-68 in New 
York as an "R' n' B" shouter. She was managed by 
Gerry Purcell, husband of Monique Van Vooren, and 
manager of Eddie Arnold and other stars. 

Her record, "Never Gonna Let Him Know," made 
the charts, and launched a nationwide tour, which 
included several regional TV shows. The magazine, 
"Record World," chose her as the Most Promising 
Singer of 1969. 

As a result of disillusionment she returned home. 
Debby appeared on the same bills as Bill Deal at "The 
Peppermint" and Jr. Walker at the Virginia Beach 
Dome. She worked at "McGinnis Flint's" in 1971, and 
has worked wfth Joe Jones at the "Cascades" in 
Williamsburg. She also sang with Joe on Becky Livas' 
Show, and was on Calvin "Shakespeare" Perkins' TV 
show, "Gig." 

The dictionary also describes a pyramid as a tomb. 
There is nothing dead about THIS pyramid! 

Editor's Note: 

Eric Stevens is active in the area as a bandleader and 

singer. During his II years in NY he played bass on 

Chariie Russo's hit record, "Preacherman," appeared 

on the Merv Griffin Show, worked as a disc jockey and 

floorshow act, and wrote a series of pamphlets for 

shigers. 

If you'd like a catalog describing the pamphlets, write 
to POB 41 18, Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 



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Local athietes star on university team 



A number of athletes from Virginia Beach are 
members of the 1978 James Madison University track 
team. 

Mike Perry, the JMU record holder in the pole vault 
(15'), is a junior at JMU. He is a graduate of First 
Colonial High School where he was city and district pole 
vault champion and was voted the school's most 
outstanding senior on the track team. 

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Perry, 3440 
Newcastle Drive, Virginia Beach. 

Peter Hagen, a sophomore, competes in the high 
jump for the bukes. He earned three letters in track at 
Floyd E. Kellam High School. 

Heis the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse S. Hangen. 3433 
Daisy Cres., Virginia Beach. 

Freshman Tim Collins recently cleared a school 
record 6'7" in the high jump /or the Dukes. He also 



holds the Kempsville High School record in the event 
with a jump of 6'7". 

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brady A. Collins, 5005 
John Smith Court, Virginia Beach. 

Al Cardwell, a freshman, competes in the distance 
races for JMU. He is a graduate of First Colonial where 
he earned four letters in track. 

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Cardwell, 
665 Little Neck Road, Virginia Beach, 

Another freshman distance runner on the JMU team 
is Brett Van Nieuwenhuise. He won the Virginia Beach 
city and Eastern District championships in the two-mile 
in 1976. 

Van Nieuwenhuise is a graduate of Bayside High 
School and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. LuVeme Van 
Nieuwenhuise, 5049 Finn Road, Virginia Beach. 



Floeting beauty eniiances beach sliore line 



He Muis of tine wUl MM m^ «miy te 
Mc teadi Ivver wHk Ike A|vfl tbotfot Mnt 
coat. Photo by Bob Bri^M. 



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Tho quoit for liio {Mrfoct bajtl hai flMHy ondod. 
BAOELWORKS, localotf al Mi FirtI Celonlai Road In 
tiio HIiltop-GlMdon Conttr« not only offori Ilio bott 
kajoii In TMowalor, II alto fwovMos basot-bayora with 
a "iagolworki BuHoIki" fuN of Mnli, rodpoi, poolry, 
and bajol-loro to awiio tvro Mio cuttomon oi^oy ttwlr 
basobtothofullott 

Sov«i varlotloi of basoli (onion, toiaaio,. plain, 
•altod, poppy, puaipornlcMo, and clnaaMion-ralsIn) aro 
bakod sovoral Umoi daHy to bisuro rroihnoii. Alio 
avallablo al BAOELWORKS aro aiiortod bajol 
toppinf I froM croom diooio to iiiokod Nib. 

BAOELWORKS, whkh bai boon In oporatlon for 
two Monlbi, li opon Monday throu^ Saturday from 8 
to 6i90, and on Sunday from • to t. 

BHI Hanwit, MirBafolworlii Bakor, bivltoi ovoryono 
to COM ki and lOO how tho bajoli aro iiado^ And 
whHo youVo tourinj, oq|oy a froo bajol with tho 
coupon on pa jo 1, taction A. 



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LYNNHAVEN 
STEAK HOUSE 

U.S. Choice steaks: 

Filet Mfgnon 

N.Y.Strlpt 

Delmoiiica 

Unlimited Salad Bar 
from $3.95 

Served witli potatoes, rolls;& butter. 

LynnhavanStaahHoua^ 
3S56 Shora Driva 460-1S22 




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SEAFOOD DAILY 

SMOKED FISH 
JUMBO SHRIMP '4.99/lb. 

3763 SHORE DRIVE 
464-9698 

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Phil Hart invites you to 
Virginia's First 

Smorgasbord House 

overlooking 
Little Creek Yacht Rasin 
8180 Shore Drive 
in Shore Drive Marina, NorfoWc, Virgirua 

Phone 583-3311 
Open 5p.m to 10p.m., 





IVANHOE 

Motel 
Restaurant I Lounge 

}|«i t Allanlic Avcmtc-OccaHfrani 

Now Opon under New IManafCMcnt 
Fine (ilnhig and cocMMi 








Lancelot Layne 

Direct from Trinidad 
In the Knight's Lounge 
Thursday thru Sunday 

Live Caribbean Music including 

Steel Drums and Caipso In our 

Restaurant 

LOUNGE. RKTAURANT 

4p.in.-2i.m. Weekdays 7».ni.-la.m. I^Uy 
lla.m.-Za.m. Weekends 

CLOSED MONDAYS 




RcMrvationt 



4231130 




MEXICAN RifSTAURANT 

Only authentic Mexican 
restaurant in Tidewater 
Our 20th yrar in same location 

Complete dinners from $4.25 
Dinner for two -$10.50 

Chiles Rellenos Guacamole 

Tostadas Enchiladas 

Open daily 12:30-10:00 p.m. 

Special luncheon menu 12:30-3:00 p.m. 

464-0421 
3629 Shore Drive Virginia Beach 

(One block west of Lynnhaven's Bridge) 



6270 hterthampTon Blvd.' Norfolk, Virginia 23502 




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HMS QUARTET 

Jazz every Sunday 
7:00 to 11:00 

DISCO 

Tuesday thru Saturday 9 tW 2 a.m. 

• Luncheon and Dnner Merw 
Cocktails, Wine & Beer 

Open - 11 to I daily/4:30 to 2a.m. 

^gO Pembroke MMdows Shon>log Cmter 
Iw^^toice Blvd. (ittms from tte Red Lester) 
499-7071 




APRIL 4 . MAY 7 



A skte-splitting comedy about an American family s 
adventure' on a vacatknm^ behimi the Iron Cur- 
tain. Written by the decade's master di the mad 
*^Ty, die wild pks, the boffo sniper, the abso- 
lutely ludicrouf situation . . . WOODY ALLEN, 
Ac8(kmy Award iwminee tw "Annie Hair, who 
alio wrote **Pli^ It Apm Sam" and "What's New 
ftnsycat". 

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rite Amie»4ea^ diHMae Amn, ^ 1^ 
pilations have become iiicreatinfly piH>ular. 
f he primary reaion for this acceptanoe it tbU u 
individual i» able to find in one publication all baaie facts, 
HfVHr^i^ and information regirding one subject. ^cciM^iflfijr, 
in tins fifteenth year of the existence of the Ci^ <rf li^i^a 
Beach, a Virginia Beach ALMANAC is offered fer^ur pemsiU. IttV 
thisA^jpaNAC, attempts have been made to com|ttle a <Hmiid^e s^ of 
basic facfTand figures pertaining to Virginia Beach. Tbis ii^QVBHitton 
begins in 1963*i-tbe year of the merger--and includes data as current as 
Man:h 31, 1978, to be exact. ^ 

Morger information and a historical chi^etogy are contained in the 
ItttitKluction. Population figures and detiu^gHl^c fi^tf hiMm. (Concepts 
imd^lying the Council-Manager plan of govemn^nt then are presentdt 
iC^ontinumg is a section outlining d^ basic stnicture and resp^msitttUtiet of 
each of the seventeen city departoMOits. I 

Constitutional officers and thrir primMfy functions appear n^« 
Courts and -schools then receive attention. Voting and rei^stratimi m 
focused tipoil, accompanied hj maps of liwatiotts «ttd 4isbkts. 
Appropriat<(K enough, a secti^ on^lNtaM ttd k^md offkuls ^ 
represeuu..g ^■' nia Beach is coupled with voting. Roundta^ 
ou ALMANAC is infonnation regarding what you 

know if you're a new resident (or an old one, 
wiio has forgot!' nd a Ibt of %nt ai^ past 
city officials t^Mt, Jbn^ not Imm^, is 
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EfbRMER CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS 



JUNE 80, 1976 

J. (Xntis Pfejm, Mayer 
Jaiu ik'BralB 

RoMl Q> QobtcB. ^. 

dteln W. QardhMf 

M^feLOiilb 

Dv,,GbM|fH^qslitadi 

PiiikkLliMia* 
Floyd &W«lMflaUI,^. 



JULY 1, 1972- 
JUNE30, 1974 

IMiait E Ctmamih, h^ Miy« 
F. Baid Bnitt, ^M»-lfmw ' 
JoluA.B«iiB ^ 
Bobart a GaUii, Jr. 
'Gm^b R. Fvfnfl 
Oiariea W. (bmliiar 
Dr-CbfcnoaA-Ho^oil 
D. Momyllallwa 
J.tetiaFayM - 
DanaldEHiodaa 
Finyd & Wrarflildi it. 



SEPTOtf^Eft 1> 1970 
JUNE ^.1972 

Ooaald a Rbodca. Mayor 

fifejIC'NMHlt.^nea-Magrar 

BobartH,CalHa,.ft. 

-Batel B. Orbntwdt Jr. 

nniikA. Doaeh 

F. Ml JMta 

, . GaoigiB.AR# 

ik. dHtnca A-Mbnd 

D.MmrqrHdwo 

J.jDaliBFayM 

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SEPTEMBEB 
1967 

' Frank A. Dna^ Mayor 
Sabert & CroDiNO. ^i. ^^Mayv 
AnMrt l» OdnBay 
Geoi|BB.|PknO 
D. MmnyMaONn 
La«rr«iieaB.Mari»B 
John W. McCatriM 
J.gartiaPk!yna,' 
G.Da«ay8Ugtea 
Bari M. Tthnilt 
nnnan N, BrnlwiMiit ' 



SEPTEMBER 
1966 

Vm^KOmA, M^m 
i iNalJImm, Vka-Mayor 

EdinidT.Cltaa.in 

Jaoaad. Dta6m 

L8ttdkyH«d|M 

W. Roi^lBtdtan 

U«nMaS.llarAaH. 

SMM.'MMtlt 

KaBiiaaN.«lllikiiiat 

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SEPTEMBER 1966 

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OTY OF VIWMNU JEACI 

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OECEMBdEt 81« 1«SS 

Frank A. Dtui^ M«y(» 

JdiB W. M(£sm&^ >nea-Mayor 

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INTRODaCTION: HISTORY AHD CHROHOLQGY 




Vffgbiit Bea(^ it cdebratinf it» iStii 

birth^ tUfl ytftr. It was in le^^t Iht 
KMHrt city of Virgimft Beach m«|M with 
guRoimdiag Princfss Anne Ccui^ to fivm &m 
new 310 aquare mite Citrof VirgWa Bendi. 
But the story of Vii^a Beach dsepllbi^ in 
1963. Even thwi|l fhedty i» a fe^iiftf iB oiM 
ngpect» in oth« ways i^ history gowWcl as 
&r as Uie setUem«it of North America by iSm 
British. 

Vir^ Beach is rich hi history of ^ 
Coloniai period, as efidwiced in tl» pr^iulfag 
architecture and in the names of stieetaand 
rendeniial areas. Virginia Beach marks the site 
of &e first landing of British colonists m 1607. 
The first setlliii pwt aihoie at Caae H«iry 
before mo#g on to establish Jamestown. The 

Cape Hairy Cioss at Fort Story memorializes 
this event for fiiture generations. 

Hm Cohmial ptiiod waff a^hoay one for the 
areatiiat U iow Vizguiia BeadL Princeaa Anne 

County itsel^was estaUished in 1^1; ^« 
fbitowmg year construction of a court house and 
Jaa were auAwrfced^ and by i7<B» evety 
constittttionil office hi thecoimty had been 
fined. 

Not aU ^fVkginia BeiA*eGolorfal period 
wM calm. lit 1687 a woman iMtmed Grace 

Sb»wood waa accused of beta| a witdi and 
hraa^t to trialln 1706 Ae was trie d and ^ 
GCffivicted. Vfrl^'B oriy witch was asntenced 
to Aiddng, and theialleiioeuw ciriieii**» 
the area of the d^ now known, ai^ropmtely, 
as Witch DtidL 

Princesa Anne County foi»ilflie»^iy«d 
an active ttOe in ^ Kevolutjwiaqr War, tod to 
1781 Cape I^^iy waa again Aerfti of a 
hi8tori(»l wmt Abatae in the watert off Cape 
H«iry refilled n ^itefeat of BritiA troops, 
^evwting tbemmi aiding Comwallia at 
Yodttown. •»» ^ietoty cSmtributed to h» 
d^|i.«id the iMjsequent mdeptodence of ttie 
oc^nes. 

In 1791 1u86Hffe Ci^ Henry be<»me the 
sile of yet aiieaiai io^wtMit evei*-the 
ei«^im of tb fint fedmlly l«adeAtiiWN>aM» 
new a syodill ^^ City of VbplM«Bid^ 
and ^ toed pofait <tf the dty sed. 

The ninetetitlh century brouf^t many 
wwititiiat^AtdAed^hefitage.'nie 

V\^ of 18li INril«M^ fe«^»n^« "» *• 
aaiM of onfftfei <iC*» «^ Itoi^i thb war. 



B^bhn#ftiiHii«ces^«^^<^<'^^* 
AlUii," ihifclMhiMtfw "ffrintark," timlr ftr ftT 
lH^<^3^ilMoiy. 



In 1824 the county seat was moved from 
KempsdUe to Princess Anne because of its 
kM»tioB rt ^ geopaphie cittter of the county. 
PilDicosaADae b now the seal of the city 

ll^^dsitltf of PriBM Attie County were 

agaui drawn into war. In UfiO the cwmty 
iBttstiied six <« eiyirt coi^MMa of leori mditk 

to aerve in Oie Twwtieth Vb^nia RaginMrt <rf 
the Confederal^, tt wdl as one 6«ivalry unit In 
1881 a battle wrtfoui^t between the ^. 
Confederate ha^wy on I^fonhavwi Bay tod Uie 
U.S. Dayhghi In 1868 the Confederate salt 
works at Bad^ &y was destroyed. 

Toward the end of the ninoteenth century, 
Viimua Beadk wiihegii^lM dwdop« « 
sea^resort In 1880 the fost boardiralk was 
eoiiainie^^wofd^9r 1902 a i^**"** *^^ 
buflt to^^rginiaiateach via Cap# Henry, tod the 
first eiectrh; street OM were runntag hi the 

iMOftarea. 

In 1906, Virginia Beach was mcocporated 
as a town. Kb land area totaBed 1.600 acres and 
it had a p^ulationitf 9^. B.F. Hdland was 
elected as ^ town's first mayor. 

What was to be the evNitual merger of 
Virgmia Bew^ tod Prmeees Anne County had 
its begirinrngs hi 1923, wiUi the firrt annexation 
of a section of the county by the town. Virginia 
Beach wu booming ui tibe twtotiM. In 1^, 
the town eBtsMdawatsf ameemeat with the 

aty if Norfolk, uid hi 1926 the wooden 
boardwalk was lepbced with eoncifto. 

Rapid grow^ and numerous chanpd has 

diaracterized the history of Virgmia B(M|di 
since W«Ad Waf U. the town became a second 

^BM (1^ (one oltheicategtfftes of ctties as 
i^ned by VMna'sCma^teutfto) ftl961 The 
firstBotoiwalk |iit^w was held m 1956, and 
hi 19684il Virghna Seadi avic Center (the 

Doom) #eftsd ob Pwific A voiue. 

Tto sbties teouj^ more chai^ tod more 
peepb^rhe ctoSoUdltion of Vhgink Beadi and 
PAiMwAmie (^m^ com^etdy ditofsd the 
po^eetive of loed ^manment and, trutl^iUy, 
resiAed hi Kmierdepee of reeentment on ^ 
pnt^t^bena ^ bofli dty and ooo^ i^ fdt 
miw^ng to aco^BuAodate ttie needs of thdr 
MiiiriMHt As tiii yeirs passed, howww, 
ttid^ n^ i^hM^own its ability to 
fio^de new and b^fter sendees to it* tesidnits, 
vertiges of the (^-ciunty factions hivi beto 

Two evwrta in ^ lOeO's greirt^^iaeaaed 
tfie fiow tf vM|artii ^^^nia Bea<^- 



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Today Virgmia Beach can^o lo^r be 

categoriaedat a resort town. With a j^opulation 
of molt Ato 250,000 tod a Itod area of 310 

8«iiit«iihlSb it is tni^ a city. In fact, Virghiia 
Beidils Ifatsectod Urgsst dty hi Virgmia tod 

the fiwtt laAlit growing dty in tiie U.S.. 
to^oAg^tei 1^ population greater than 



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PhysicaUy Vhrgima Beach is characterized 
by 61 squ^ mUes of hiUnd waters. It contahia 
two major ulterior waterways— tiie Lynnhaven 
Rivw-fooad Bay area in the northern area of 
the dty, and tiie Back Bay-North Landhig 
River area to tiie soutii. Seadiore State Park ia 
a 2,710-acre preserve withui the dty limits, tod 
mdtided hi fhs dty area are four active 
miHtary stations-Uttie Croek Amphibious 
Base, Fort Story, Dam Neck Navd Base, and 
Oceana Naval Air Station. And despite ite 
growhig population, toe half of the tend «et of 
Vh^mia Beadi remams farm land tod wooda. 



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VirghuaBeadi tea young dty, not only m 

year8.butuidiaracter.Witiiame(^toageof | 

14.3, tiie popoMtoteyouUifiil, with youtfafol \ 

demanda tot seivioee from its dty^ not only ui i 

formal dty pwgrtow ">"*"* •"•'***'^ 
ncieatioa and teteuie«ctivitiea, environmental 
coneema, coHoia! programs. In diort, Viri^ 
BaadiKOsdentaofdlagndtoitodarich 
Ufett^, nk necessarily m financial or matwial 
wealth, but m the quality of ttfe.. ^ 



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Rebent atatiitics niovtthey get it. A study 
ky the Univerdty «f Nebraaka on tiio quality of 
Bft laida \^ii^ Beadi toith anumg the most 
attractive dties hi the U.S., baaed on ecimomic 
foctors. demographics and enviromnental 
qimUt^, crime foctors, recreation, tod 
education. 

Rendents already know tiiat Virghua 
Bendi te a good plaet to Uve. The City'a 
populatito te ipcretslBg l^ about 1,000 new 
lesidpntsperm^i. More and more peopte aie 
fii^Ung good reasooi to move here. And more / 
tiito two mfllion cone every year just to vuii 



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It's no acddto^ you khow. Vitguua Beach 
^'t get to be tiiekhid of dty it te by luck. It 
hn taken a lot of piaiuih^ and evto sane 
^Mmhig, ^us c(MQttilttmentf and hard work by 
pe^ who w«^ to tee Vlifhua Beadi become 
#Mn better than it te-pe<^te who vdunteer 
**Mr time and tdelMN p«^e hi pibite snvice, 
pe^ who have mide &e City of Vbghda 
Beach tiiete Ui^a work. We tiiink i has paid 
ei^fiid^hipt you agree, fitttteaeme 
iBiKmatlw d^t your dty to h#yeo deddi. 



POPULATION & DEMOGRAPHICS 



PflfiittbB fifum ait i^dljr imMant to a dty. Not m ^ 
dio &K!t £iTd^|«p^k«n^itenBbiML to a l«fi oUaiit, At amou^ff Mb it 
naifmfttmmstlKik it^ and ftdoil aatifteneo pronami. In particuterpoMM|hin u 
a asi^ 9tft of tilt foraiuki dtt«iiiiiiii« ham much ViiguiM Bta^ rtc«N^|mjn- 
oamt audi ulRiBns6m Shaan^C^^ Schott Kaipa<| Au^ Mith 

IttM^loii AariitaBC^ Mka tax rtf^ 
iidieBt«awit^uiiai,a]id1iliraiy|n«p^ ^J..^"^* 

Tht £rt8 bdow aid ldlo»iM pf^eat norious ixqHi^ income, mAmma$ 
pcfiBft atatiatin niathw to Viiiiida ici^ 



r 



.- 






TiDEff ATR JUKA «IK)«VTH 1II0IM 
f940-f9M^ 

fdULPOMiumoN 


■7- 










1940 


IfSO 19(60 1970 


I9I0* 


1990* 








W,9M 


42^77 854118 172;i06 


2^^ 


385.996 


;• 




OWMBtfliM 


43,M6 


nfi37i rmr 8^580 


mm 


mm 






NorfoBi 


V44,332 


213413 30a«* 307,«51 


^.212 


30M53 








50745 


8<M»39 11437*: imM3 


122^ 


1ie,»48 






WJtM 


258,927 


44«i4»0 578^ m/iOQ 


8W^« 


988485 






EkMm^ MiNNHv Gfoiw Qvortan 








• 



L 





POPULATION HISTORY OF 


■ 


VIRGINIA BCACH 




W 






4790 


7>93 , 




1808 


9jm 14 




1810 


9.498 ^ 




m^ 


•;W 4 




m 


9.Ma Iji 

7,285 4- 




1850 


T,m $ 




18MI 


7^14 » 




1870 


8.»3 9 




1880 


^394 12 




1890 


9^10 1 




1900 


11,192 If 




1910 


11,526 2 


V 


1920 


13,626 -18 




1930 


16»282 1> ■ 




nm 


1^964 17 




19S0 


4ijm m 




19iO 


84,218 9i^ 




1970 


i9t;M6 104 


■ 


1980 


'38^66 ^ 




1990 


A 




ScMfCMi 1790-1^ U4. Cmm olJiofwiatio* 


■ 






'■ 




praitcNontf 



POPUUnON BTIMATES 




FOR 




VIRGINIA BIACH 




U^BUKAU09Cm|l» 




1970 (April 1) 172,106 




TAYiM MURPHY MSimnr 




1971 ^ V79,6« 




1972 1^^ 


■ 


wmMAf 1) mm 
1975 (Wfi| : ^mm 




1976tJuly 1) Proviso^. ^. 2^*^ ^ 


■ 


PLANNMC 09AITMBIT 




1975(0«»mfaef3ir ^36^016 




1976(liily1) ^ ^t8M66 




1976(DMmbir31) SUUm 




1977 i%1) i51;©«3 




1977(e«»iib«31> tS^m 




SOUnCASflMI VUGINiiWMMNO 

mmaemSSmm 




, »975(Da«mbw31) »2.149 




. iMLf$TA«KSIARCHe08PQRA110N» V 




1975(D«C«»btr31) ^» mm 




Hm^imTUm^ 




¥i^ 2M^4 




1976fOK««btr3n tow £SliS8 




mtAmty^m- 




Hl«lit4^0 




RJ. POIK ANO COMPANY* ' 




1^W73 , 171, W 




MW-im mm 


-■- 


*lk>Mnoiindu#0MMe«y6f«#QMrt<M *■* ;* v 




• Jit T«»tee Mwpiiy iM«»i, h #,. ertetalfoiii^ 





•> 



I* 



mmJtm 



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,;.':■! rfj 



■ |:i,^fc%^i: t^! 




mm&i^sm^.im:fm4, ms, 



'Li ' / J^' 






BUILDING PERMITS 
j *i^ mv RUftQUGHS— 






(HltU) 



-yiJti; 






M')?"^ Maltl- la«fi>lrial* 

£S5Sl " 



PiriacMt Asm 



ifra 



Bfawkwater 
I^rauiavea 



PvaM 



B«Mh 






POPULATION BY BOBOUGH 



I*'-: 




Jwittaty 


Pefceatai^ 


i*.T. t-, e 


Aprttl970 


1«7« 


oiimer—ao 


Bayside 


66,MS 


12^ 


^ I^Mtwater 


801 


Ml 


• • 


' >K«BpfvW0 


tMM 


nm 


1«7j8 


l^fwtkiven 


ft7341 


M,m 


4M 


PkCoeess Anae 


IWll 


26,783 


8SJ 


N«*> ' 


*tio 


S^ 


M 


•VicgiBUi 


' 






BMck 


•btll 


lUWT 


18J 



178»108 



258,778 



48^ 



1974 

nackir«t«r 
KeoiMvfll* 
LyauMvmi 



Pmfi 

VlrgUa 



479 

4«S 

49 



$9 

11 

IMS 

Otl 

Ml 

M 

fill 



19 

4 

4C4 

»0 

147 

46 



581 4B 

9 

IIOS IS 

400 48 

too • 

* 1 

wm TIT 



9S0 tT 

• 

1410 19 

8M IS 

U» ^. t 

t 

i% Tif 



101 

270 
S68 
048 




B«»ek 



197B 
BiMskwatOT 



PtiMMtAOM 

Pwm 

Vif|M4B«Mh 



45 

1 

78S 

S67 

aoo 

SO 



191 

199 
ISO 
ISS 




■nil fif 



1970 



Ufa 






lit 


' 619 


i 





1760 


900 


469 


494 


969 


Off 


06 


•♦.-■=■0 



* Ptnnaiintt Popn^tiQii 



S<NirMs: 1970 U. 8. Cenws 

1978 PhmuBf DapulDMiit Estimate 



«» 






W&tKt M iM MBHV W VMM flr^VtVHB 

lodoMrid nte to tfa» numlMr ^piABito 
iMMd. aiw pwnll is aftm far • 1AM# rf 






61 

19 
SO 
10 
1 



WW "95 



94 


16 
S4 

7 




6S 166 ^ SO 

SO 

1679 67« S6 

640 ISO 46 

650 ISO 6 

49 6 



'W*'-* i^ ^ i« 



tl 



SS 

so 

T 

9 



|>^^.^.,>.. ...... yv.»..^w^^. >«^.r>«^«i.«>.t, .J- ItiffiilJ 




iiaii 



iiHMl 



^ms^iga^gmmt^^^ 




II- 1 1 'I I 



I, 



AGiGiOW 


1970 


0-4 


7,970 


6-9 


10b»8 


19-14 


10484 


16 - 19 
80-84 




88-89 


8,899 


80-84 


4369 


86-89 


6,646 


40-44 


6,416 


46-49 


4,888 


60-64 


8,188 


66-69 


8,088 


60-84 


1,470 


66-69 


1,006 


70-74 • 


694 


76+ 


697 


TOTAU 


78.110 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

M«>IUM 

HOUSEHOU) K>PUUTiONPROJKTK>NS 

MALB 

1973 197S 1976 1910 1985 



9493 

1M70 

18^86 

liiaM 

M47 
8^878 
7,890 
6.746 
v7,364 
6306 
4349 
8,089 
1387 
1368 

868 

888 

101172 



10.000 


10386 


18496 


12366 


14302 


16,079 


7jm 


18378 
8.681 


^ 


9387 
8.497 


7,U1 
73$7 


^\ 


m 


7347 
6,719 


8378. 


8,781 


2.092 


*^l 


1.468 


1,662 


989 


917 


962 


1317 


110^191 


115.M1 



11,180 

18398 

16.786 

i6.Ul, 

12376 

.mm 

'^,684 

10310 

8.686 

8.669 

6.898 

6394 

8386 

1,939 

828 

1377 

t3S374 



13304 
1^469 
16381 
17333 
16313 
1^728 
IQ^ffiM 

ii,m 

Il3i8 

9360 

83^0 

6^W7 

6,066 

2321 

1,646 

1,367 

162319 



1990 

16311 
16386 
17,766 
17389 
17,194 
18,680 
16,622 
12,707 
l^MO 
iM46 

M07 
8391 
6314 
4,492 
2389 
8,006 

190.119 



i 






VIRGINIA lEACH 


» 






^ 






MEDIUM 






i 




HOUSmOLD MNUnON PROJECTIONS 




1 








FEMALE 






' 


AGEGI0U9 


1970 


1973 


197$ 1976 


1960 


1965 


1990 


0-4 


7.778 


9391 


9389 9,7j64 


10366 


12380 


14,«7 


6-9 


9380 , 


11334 


18368 1M13 


18.766 


133n 


16396^ 


19-14 


9326 


13411 


144« 1*8W 


1M89 


10368 


16371^ 


16-19 


7384 


10y064 


10491 ll^TM 


14386 


16361 


16316 


20 - 24 


7,098 


8344 


9,628 * 0361 


11,7a 


16378 


163^ 


26-29 


6,688 


9498 


10384 X0384 


M382 


14367 


18,009 


' 30 - 34 


6,441 


8396 


^R^^^F^^ ^^W^^^^W" 


11368 


12313 


16,066 


36-39 


6,180 


8348 
7,ia 


8371 9,180 


10364 


18361 


14.^2 


40-44 


6,429 


7,739 8446 


9,770 


12,041 


14,606 


46-49 


4,702 


V|fl»ww 


63*0 6319 


8.476 


10,480 


12,721 


60-64 


2,942 


4.774 


6384 6396 
8366 8,799 


6342 


8369' 


10324 


66-69 


2,163 


3,066 


6fil4 


7388 


8;942 


60-64 


1,677 


2348 


2,471 2376 


wp^W 


6,606 


7,<M3 


66-69 , 


1346 


1368 


1309 1364 


2386 


8.484 


6,437 


70-74 


941 


1362 


1360 1,463 


1.789 


2.431 


3372 


76+ 


1,180 


1380 


1347 1,768 


2308 


2364 


8,746 


10TAU 


81390 


108,788 


I1M98 119426 


140386 


167.S2S 


198377 


GRAND 
TOTAU 


139,600 


207,960 


224,076 234,37S 


27S,S60 


129,934 


363,996 . 



PROJKTION OF TOTAL VIRGINIA BEACH HOUSEHOLDS 



L 



!(«■■• 



HouMhokb 

Low 
Medioai 



1970 



1973 



1975 



1976 



19S0 



1985 



46,129 



Sowc^Kd t^m» tmtfittCQiponmi 



HMM*MiMMA«MM«fapk«iA^ 



1990 



01,047 


664^ 


68,692 


79,798 


96326 


112,^44 


61,047 


^^2 


69,703 


84397 


106,618 


130324 


61,047 


6^072 


70,708 


90,385 


118»40l 


149,667 



G^a.aaBB^^^^^£S 



il.... 



/ 



Hi 



:uii 



mmmm \¥^M^Amjd Jm^ 



ix^'imiWWi' 



<; 1 







AiEA 

Chesupeake 

VtrglBui Beach 
AU Metro 
.HfHiiekddi 



"-F 



1^69 

1,850 
4.181 
1^.772 
A.917 



AWUk 

CheMpeolie 
Norfolk 
Portsmouth 
Vit^ma Beach 
Totaf SMSA 

AViRAGE 



1970 1971 



8,936 

6,278 

6.568 

10,120 

7,744 



9.282 
6,760 
7,423 
10,531 
8,304 



10,(1 
7.417 

1W 



9,\n 
7jn\ 

10309 
8.705. 




11,078 

7,18* 

9;S86 

12,242 

9,548 



INCOME 



19» 1974 1975 



11.651 

1,984, 

9,519 

15,367 

10.779 



1976 

13.138 
10,885 

9318 
16.006 
12.277 



1977 

11,743 
10.14Ci 
8,964 
17.725 
12.440 



AVKAGE-FAMILY INCOME 3 

AMA f949 19rs 1910 



Cheeapeake 
Norfolk 
Porttmoath 
Virginia Beaeh 
Total mSA 



«,177 


18,707 


17^568 


1^1 


4*^ 


16,111 


8.280 


.1^74 


21,867 


10,800 


>J##8- 


19,762 


0^1. 


aM06 


18,288 



1 . 1970 U.i: Ceiwtt'J » • .. ■ ^ , ^ , 

2. Tli» Virflinio Pitot/l<K^et Stor *««doI Oli«« Proftit 

3. Toylof MttTpliy Insf Jtutfr 



""V^ 



POPULATION 

chondMlen a y»lr bo*. lki.<* W««' "f* «m«»l.p«wta*<H» P«»I»*9W ^^'S""" »««•'■ ^ 
iMM^ iiwllwdelogiM mi loday a» apporwit otl»r iw^<«*»g ond eomporrii«1hM» lig«f«. 



Division of Stolt f^n^i ond <:on^fiiinfty AfMrt 
^olMlMrSoH^tlo. 72-2 



idso 


1990 


to<^ 


2010 


2020 


268,000 


343,000 


432.000 


631.200 


. 643,000 



!♦• 



Southoostern Virginia Ptcmnini^ |>Kb^ Commisfion 

Woter Study 



1980 1985 1990 

287,294 336,147 376,307 

2006 ^ 2010 ^016 

438,963 464,771 465,086 



1995 

404.561 



2020 
476.105 



Southooittm Virginio Monnhig District Commission 

SiVAR n 
LondUso Boment 



1980 
294,600 



smMMo 



S outhoflsttm Viiiiiib l>kmning SMid Commission « 
PoMiiatlon ond ieoRMk Porocost 
* Mmio 174 

309.000 



2000 

423.188 



'*»■• 



#> trr> 



Council^Manager 
Form of 

Governmeiit 



ii.i!:;:::Piijmi !!ii'«.»firh IiI'.]|iii...iH 



CITY COUNCIL 

The govemmc«t of the Cify of Virgmia 
Beach is the council-manager plan, whidi 
combines l^dative and admhiislriitive 
fuiictions in the most efficient manner. Elected 
and appointed officials work together to meet 
the needs of the city and its residents. 

' Virginia Beach is in good company. As of 
January 1977, more than 2,500 governmental 
units operate under the council-manager plan, 
accounting for a total populatiim of 
approximately 50 million. Throughout the 
United States, the council-manager plan is the 
most popular form of local government among 
cities with populations between 25,000 and 
260,000. 

The City Council is the le^alative or 
governing branch of the govenuneni Its deven 
members serve four year terms and are selected 
on a staggered bads m general elections held 
every two yean, in even-oumbered yeara. 
Elections are hdd on the first Tuesday in May. 
The entire voting population selects all city 
council m^nbers; however, four members serve 
•t-large, while seven must live in the respective 
boroughs of the city they represent— Bi^de, 
Blackwater, KempsviUe, Lynnhaven, Princeae 
Anne, Pungo, and Virginia Beach. 



Ttie mayor is elected by the City Council 
at tlie first meeting following a City Council 
election. His rfepensilHlities include presidii^; 
over city council meetsnp and saving as the 
oer«Bionial head of the dty. In «i<Ktion, he 
assumes other duties that may be outiined by 
oouncO at ito discreticm. The mayor has tiie 
same duties and ri^ts of othw council 
members, including one vote (m mattoe of 
oouncil business. He has no velo ^ower. A vice- 
ma^ is etected by city c(HmdI to amy out the 
duies of the mayor in his abse^e. 

Council members receive $4,800 per year 
aa compensation for service, with ^ exception 
f& tiie mayor who receiiwi $8,000 annually. In 
additimi, each member of Council receives a ' 
monthly travel stipend of $40. 



POWERS OF CITY COUNCIL 

1^ City Coundlis charged with the following^ 
aotiiority as outiined by the 0ty Charter: 

•;- To car^ out tiie powers of the city, 
indiutUng advMrtiamg the city's 
resourcea, Iscrea^ taxes to cover corts 
of i^tioud ser^cea, te^ryiog qtecial 

i m'l ':3f43^ eacpft %Q^m^ stiiw V^ « J »Vi sC 



taxes for repayment of indebtedness, 
and imposrag qmal fees for q^al 
services 

— To o^piize city departments and 
agencies 

— To create, reviw, or abolish city 
department: (uid agencies 

— To provide for the numba,tttlf, " 
qualifications, powers, duties, ffid 

' compensation of all officers and ^ 

employees of the city 

— To provide for the form of oaths and 
the amou^ and c(»idtfi(» ftf sisrety 
bonds requliad of cCTtain offices and - 
employees of ^e city 

— To provide iteitan ajiviacty referendum 
on any jnraposed (srd^nanbe be ^ 
submitted to qtfcalified voters fitf thdr 
reaction 

Ci^ t^uncil m^ m fomlal wmm. on 
the firal, second, idiirdand fourth Mondays of 
each month. Mw ii ii gi are Md in tiie Coa^il 
Chambers on titeaecond floor d the Munidpal 
Cegfett afr2:00 PJi^^lBtemal Mwiono aw hdd 
at 1:00 Fill., pricv to ^^mk sesocm, in the 
Mayw*! Coafor«iee E«^ onlhe seeoad flo« 
of tiie Admlnl^i^ Kiilding.' AH 0ty 
Council raeetinga^fennal and informid— are 
<q)rafotlieiHiblic ^ 

Tlie agnida of Mneaa £ar cbKuatcn at 
City Cott^ meetinp^^la cominled by'tbe City 
Mamger. Citiscns who wish to i^Uress council 
on matters n<^ included in the regular agenda 
must ]^esent ^leir request In wmting lo tiie City 
Clerk, 3rd fkx^AdiaiiH^tnrtbn Building prior 
to^:00 P.M. on tte^edaenlay befinre Ifae 
Monday meetfaig at wfaidi tiiey widi to appear. 

Copi«B of the i^^enda may be picked up in 
'tiie City Clerk's (Mfiee after noon on Fri^ys. 
Persons wishing to be idaced on the mailing list 
to receive agenda copies regidarly duKild call 
tiie(M&e<^tiieatyCMal4274d04. 



CITY MANiUQER 

The City Maiiagir heads Ihe 
administrative aie| ^ VMua Beach city 
govenunnt. Aa^^ nnMi m^^^ te h tiw 
executive reqionaAle for mamging ti» bunness 
of the dty. The City Matt^^faanem^oyee 
ai^dttted by City C(TOi(il a^| Mrves at its 
ikiifsu^m. jb ¥MAiA^ilWi#tjii City Mtfiager 
ooor#Q«te8 tiM^ iUoei|MM iMt A 

jG»^^$tf9i| mv^i'^tm ^i^mmiki. 1ommm<am icfi ^torf» m m> 



seventeen raunioj^al agendei that lure 
respon^ble for ti»jdelivery of services to the 
reddenteof the dtyk 

One of the major req)oaHl|)ilities of tl» 
City Mam^ is the i^reparation Of the city's 
operatuig budget By State Law, t^ budget 
tiiusfbe baVmosd. 

HeadaofaiQ dty departments report 
#rectiy to the City^ Manager. He is responsible 
for appohltii$ and discharging all dty 
employeefa)k<l officers, ^ough he may delegate 
that responfobSity to hie subordinate 
department heads. 

C% Council may charge the City 
Manager with other resppnsibilities at ^eir 
discretion. 

CTTY COUNCIL 
APPOINTEES 

In addition to the City Man^pnr, City 
CoundJhaiqiK^Bta four other dty offidals who 
are directiy accountable to tlu Council. 

Hie City qak is the record keeper : 
£ur CSty OHmcil. He retards the tnuiness of 
council meetmgs, maintains records of all dty 
oouinal busness, and prq»rM the Im^^m 
agMda from material presented by the City 
Manage. He also anax^s for i^dxens to 
am^ear before C|ty Council on matters not 
rektecf to the regular ageiida. The Clerk a^s as 
cu^odian of tiie corpcoatefeal of the dty and 
ci^es out other duties roi^erred upon him by 
City Council. 

The City Attorney is the chief lepJ ^ 
advisor to City Council, the CSty Manager, and 
aU dty departinents and agetkaes. It Is his 
respQoailHlity to advise Coundl ccmcnaing the 
legaUty of aetioB by the dty ami to represent 
tl^ dty In all matt^ affocting its int^ests. 

The Real Estate AasMsor la 
reqxmdUe f(»r eatabliahing t|ie value of real 
eatate in the C%4tf Virginia Brach. 
AsBoosmf nti arejNaed on foir market value 
determined Iqf i»ices for whkh comparable 
proper^ hat tm^add and the price the 
IHi^«rty wo^dMig in the open market if sdd 
under so pr(Wr^ 

The I^ C(Mi8table is tiie 
mini^enal i^&^for the dty. He serves 
IffocMMi fo^ll^ Gomal District Court and 
hd4| IfiHcttddt ni^ of |>r(^rty confiscated by 



t^«4 ^« <^*-^ «^«* *-* 



jfliiiiifiii 



City Agencies: 



Mf<»<»1IM l!»Mi»|' 



,fM IM . Jr«*i rww iff^^ni 



jJntircMlttetooa 

Sev«nt0«B dty Agendef compote Uie 
baiicstanietuK of the Vlr^a Beach 
gmnidpsl corporatioiL Their dutiee and 
reei^uiUlttiee are authorifed in the Code 
<tf ^gi^a Beach and/or in tiie Co^ of 
Vb^iiiia. tliese agondee ^m be grouped 

info three Inroad categories: 

ia)MnQiTRA'nv£ 

BEPABTBlimiB provMfe eervlcee to other 
eity departmenta. Personnel assists in all 
employee Ittiitters. G^aral fitorvte^ 
mattti^^ faiteriora/^Eteriors of dty 

bdffldfaigs. Flsaroe parv ti>« oity^v i^ ^ 
IlluiidNr advises ai^i^es concemii^ the 

devek^ent <^ thc^ dty. Sconwalc s 
DeiN^^mrt secures Indtt^ and 
tourbts. Data Processiagprovides 
comsMttorsurvice. * 

provide dlre^ s^f^^cea to ^ rerideats. 
lira oifeiaFr^ction«gi^iM^ 

dttM^ PA» liioMseni^l^; , 
auistidnlnji M iiriWbr^widf^Ma 
Services J^ famittoi and ^i^mIs 
wWitl^*wnan fHWema.^?ttb^ 
LibrarlM presentbKKa^ i^J^^^ 
materiaii^ tiw«<OTmw»i^^Wifc - 
U^ttes attiiw^r Iha^^r^water ai^ 

se^eriH^^. I%Wcmj*| l»«i wds,^ 
eDtte^#d difl;i0ftBa«^iw«.^TO «w 
Beer»|tiJ»tt^^rvlses andco^^Mtet 
vecr^itiMal acthMes for re^deatfu ^ 
Permits ai^ Insp^ttons coorittiates the 
pfindtai iMaed by andbuHP^efitons 
^e«^red by t|^ fl^. 

STA^-Rtt.ATll0BEPAWMB?»rrS 
are landed b^ by ttie dty i^^Uie. 
C<miinoirtrw»«fVirgiida,Pi*lfc%flti^ 
niia^^ nU fiuston ^Ac^g^e p«b^s 
heatffi. Agrleidbtre adviMS aadconsuts 
with resMents oonceming thdr fanuag 
needs. Mental Health works to asdst 
r«Hdents with Oieir emotional concerns. 

HlStORffiS/STRUCRWES 
AGRfcULTURE^^yaii) 

fhe D^urtment of A|^oiiA»iek known m 
od Home DNnonstrationC^lee nntil 



treatment for numerous blights, diMwaes, snd 
insect infestations that Hureaten local trees. 

'Da Soil Sdentist can be consulted to 
determine whether vow soil is Mkcroate to 
support plam gnrHth, and he eah advise you on 
howtoimproveAemiali^of«iSBoU-a 
necesdly tf you're planmni a^vegetable wmen 
or, if you're Juit wondering i^y ywr neipibor s 
grass 18 so graen and yours is so brown. 

•Rie Departmoit of AMcdture operates 
the Virgima Beach Farmer'smrket lo<^ted on 
Lana«oiimBoirfMWtiielntiH|rtl«m«^ . • 
Princess iUme Bead. Ih% to Id7| % Market 

was located (m Diamond Springs RiMd near 
Nortiiampttm Boulevards 

The new Parmer's Market futures 
covered staUs for local vwidors who itnt the 
space, a redaurant^ wd riantsr flfparkina space; 
6pm on tyear-rouadljadi^ wlwlwtdlows 
reddente and ^tors to pi^chase mh produce, 
meats, bake itwns, and horticitodat^. 
Prices are competitive i^locd mari»tB,^and 
large aumitflietci^be mirduiifd wfadssde m a 
spedai se(^«i <^tbe MaAet. 

Whenever pos^ltf and when in season, 
locdKoduds are add. ¥oucaAJnd almost 
anyti^edtble tA theFioDiir's^arket bmn 
fresh^dwd bread to vegetables right o^ of the 
gardm. ' ^jf->i:r'' 

DATA PROCESSING (4?74i2i) 



saSi^^of the Depart! 



four 



1963 to m^aslTS^S^df IheDepartoent 
of Finance, while from 1972 to im at^ the 
Mwiagsmiit Services Di^wi^^fgS?''* 

heads the deiwtmeBt; whliA ii divided into R 
major sectiomu 

Ttib main fimcti(^ of^ department is to 
process wd store the wiwWi of infpmtton 
whidi accmndites in tSw^y-tor^y busiMSs of 
ihe city. Data Procesdng serves not only i^ty 
tieparlnoitsbutaie schdoT^jW" ^ wdl/m 
department serves as a centrd ctearing point for 
all^toind Jusioe i4^iid^m »»^i 



bvtheC^dTufgioia 



the Farm, aid 

Beai^iaid^ VirgisiaPobrtechniMl Institute 
and^KfeUiBvewMy ftedo^^ 

city, 




Since fttfiniM is a ms^ industrv in Vir 
Be«ft,w^lSiOOO acres of fsro^and m 
aiiiMwfi^<^KmoflheAgitoAine , , 
I^^ieat is to help ftrmm^^^eve^^ 
jMtliodf hi order to receive m^tiiMim <?op and 
liveito^yMds. 

That^s«iiyj»rt^Ae picture. f|(^ , 
everyMy in Vtr|^ BiNM^ M ^ &nner, ^^ 
AsMulttire Pepa rl men t hai iom^^ for 



L Development Divisiftii 

works mmmmtg^nsfmSmm 




The 




including fire, pdice^mmonwetf th> Atto^, 
cour^Mobatwnaxajparole, »id the jail. Data 
ProcwMg prwares all pade attradwwwoords 

and student sSeduliflf for Aeschod system. 



TheSffi^j^L^fitotot/^wms 

administrative services in^I^rt of ti» other 
three divisions, as wdl as providtogin-house 
technical eip»tise to <^er dty MM^I and 
oty^^ c^a^ttiatiott (rfall wordpfroceSBng 
equ^im^ Thel^rector alsoswves as a 
c^raltant^^ (H^ Managirm allttta 
processus and mflNmukti(m qfsiem arsM. 

Thft Ce wtt^ Files di^drimi is reepoiwible 

for colh«ti£lff5drt(«^^ ^ 
sy^rau, imd (^SnatesaU otty-widamioi^ua 

systems. 

r^tiiiwitor Oi»ra^ns is sponsible fw 

25toS«a day. f dajps awerii. MbiU^^^ 
dtisens for dty services 18 pfoceaed by this 

diViaon. . 

ayrtams and Proaramiriia is 
reroonablefbrdeeii^WKii^^nthigaU 
data procesas^^rrtoM f(» va^ aty 
departmentsa^theSctoriBottrd. . 

EI»NC»|K: DEVEl^ 

TbaDeaMfftmoit ^ B^^momic 
Dev^#s^ metfOtiAsd in 1^ to promote 

the a5«?^^^^^ '"W^'^?^^ *• 

e(»s^uc^pm^lt Js^^NbdfiuKTfin^ , 



Authwty to atto^ busings andind^ to *. 
Virginia Beach and to dev^op ii^usttial sites for 
these^mpanies in the aty's indu^al psfka, or 
<m pri^tdy-wwied I^^wiy tf •dthsable. Thr* 

iuch "parks" havebeen created: 

Lvimhaven Iiidustrial Park is the 
City's oldest industrial site and is ai hill 

capadty. ; ! ; 

Air port Industrial Park is a 202acre 
site adjacent to the regional airport and is 
approad^mudmumMpadty. i 

for U^t andheavy industry, offices, and , ^ , 
conunercial use. R is the Ci^s newest mdustrlal 
park. 

Carefiil attention is given by tin 
Dettwrtment and the Authority as to the tm of 
industry to be encouraged to locate here. Of 
prime kterest are non-polluting Minport 
mdustries, such as waiehoudng, U^t 
manufscturmgi and paekaghig. 

nnn viiiitton Proy otinn. Witii ite 
location on the Ati!mtic(kean uid ite cmiwnient 
access to Williamabiai^ Jamestown, wd otber 
historical areas, ViifimaBeadi is an ide^ site 
for conventions. Buflding on tiiese advantages, 
tiw Convention Promotion Division » 
responsible for securing and scheduling 
conventions in dty fifties. Ciufwi^, . 
conventions are held inti;^ Vfargfaua Bwdi Cmc 
CMter, known •» the Pome (bcMUse of Ite 
tfchitecturalde^) on Pwific Avenue. . 
However, die €onv«nti<m Promotw^ DivisioH is 
now bookingconvttitions for tin new Arte and 
Confeife^euen^. 

This 176,000-square foot fodlity, located 
off tiie ViriN* Beadi/Norldk Sipressway bmt 
tiie oceanfront, will accommodate up to lOiOQO 

delegates at one time. Meals for up to 6,000 csn^ 
be sSved. Such caiMdty Witt tilow ^e city to 
attract major natiffiEial convention groups. 

Tonrist Development. Tourism is a 
major mdusfiy m Virgiaia BeacL with more 
tiian two million visitors «pe^^»5[?"- ^"^ 
year odt-oftown gueste tpm $92.8 n^pn to 
tiie dty and accoi^iledlifr more tiian $10 nuUien 
paid directiy to tiiedty in tiie form of taxes, 
fines, and tourist-related biwiness fees and taxes^ » 
initationandnm^vislnf of advei^singri . 
promotiig tourisn, and attradlDg visiton to ^ 
Virddaieach is anotiier major resnonsibihty of 
Tourhft DeVdomnmt For every douar tiie dty 
spends on touriste, tiie touriM tfive bsck almoM 
$10 — a Fetty good return on the investment of 
taxdoltoflw4fwtourirtdevel<vm«Bt . y 
Estimates iwiicate tiiat mtbout touri^ Virginia > 
Beadi reddmite would have to pay 20^25% niMis , 
in taxes. 

In addition to these services, tiie 
Departmm^ oif Ecowmaic Dtvelopoient 
ffnni"««<™' budness and scooemic stati^cs and 
infonnation on Virgil Beach. 

EMERGENCY MEDi6aL 

SERVICK («74000) 

In 197S, tiis Office of ^ergency Medical 
Services was ei^lishedlso coordtoi^ tiie 
training activities irfjthe dty's Volimteer Rescue 
Squa^ llesi^i^^iMPMVote tintr time akid 

t^teto aiisii<t i ^ <dlftf>teeawigncy 
medtt(»l MsiMMe. t^dr IMoiy goes b^ to 
1947, whm the^tt ftmbia«^|«^pardiMed 

by tiie OcMik P^ Vohmten fke Ste^CM. 
Inl971,adty-wi3eReseaeS4aad(^ninalwas ] 



m 



m 



IMi 



• * ^ - I 



formed, and in 1974, the Council was 
incorporated '..,..-. 

Virgkii«:BtaeliJUiciitfiti\iad fkBitoind 
are trained in maify Ufe-savingtechniqueii, 
including CPR (cardio-pi)lm<mary resuscitation). 
The first city-wide trumng pfogram was 
conducted in 1967. 

To call the Rescue Squad for emergency 
medical assistance, caU 427-6000. 

EMERGENCY SERVICES 

(427-4112) 

The i^imary responsibility of tiie O^e of 
Emergency Services is to fonn\date contui|ency 
plans for use in ^ event of disaster situations, 
natural or mAn-made. These i^aas indudt 
evacuation and shelteringitf dtizois, broadcast 
of informatioDjmd other onermncy services. 
Since VirpnlaBeadi is looted m a fsogrtphic 
ar#a frequently affected by hurricanes, sudi 
danning is eseentlaL The Emergency Services 
Office would also be respmisible for coordinating 
operations during a disaster. 

In addition to providing services during 
disaster situations, mi Emergency Services 
Office offers day-to-day pubfic aseutanoe by 
educating the public c<mceming precautions and 
actions to take prior tOjduring, imd after 
disaster occurs. The Office diirtributes 
information and litaiature and wiU givt 
presentatimis to civic oiganiiatioos and other 
oiganiiations upcm request InformatiQii about 

wut to do if disaster strikea can be obtained by 
caUing the Emergency Services Office at 
427-4192. 

FINANCE (427-4681) 

Dmartment of Finance was established 
when theX% of Vhnnia Beach was crsated in 
1^. The Director (tf Finance acta as head of 
the dmartanent and also serves as an Assntant 
to the City Manager. The Finance Department 
has id^t divMiens: Administrati<m, Accounting, 
Budget; Business license, Payroll, Puichasmg, 
Re8(Murch, and bsuranoe. 

Finance Department does all the 
bookkeroiiy ipt Aa city and adminiaters flie city 
bud^ moudbig wSy moBitoring ^ revenue 
accounts and eipendituree. 

In addition, tiie dnartment nepMree ^ 
payroll fur >^rgiina Beach city empioyMa and 
ooordinateB aU ei^ psrehasea. Inauranoe olc^ 
emB]<m«i and vsMdee to abo the raspoiiBibiltty 
(tf me Departaient of Finance. 

BUDGET INFORMATION 

The eirtife financial itructnre of the City 
of Virginm %adi to baaed OB tiie mmitinf 
budget; loaned annn^ by "Oie Budget 
Commtttee. Headed 1^ the Qty Man^, it also 
hKhides the I^reetor «f Finance, Ae I%n(Hmal 
Dizeetar and tibe Budget Coofdhwtar. Hie 
CommitlM reviews aff dflMrtmsBtri leq^Msta f(ff 
proBamsandpersonn^ makes changes or cuts 
totaling miUiras (tf df^ars. 

Sttte law reqdres a balanced budget 



That to. ae total Wi^ by fee cHy must equal 
the total iss^Sfflb^tliecity. Four sources • 
snves asthebtttofom revenues: tatee, leee, 
stirte fimds l» roadsb 8i»eob, el&, and fBOtfid 
foadslrom various pnnwma. Clwn]^ federal 
fonds are included m oe buM, ft to di^ pt^ 
that no Revtmie Stai^ fima are used m the 
(^wratiM bwiget) Estimating how much the dty 
w neeefve froa eadi source natural^ 




.^MknrpR^aitoMettspendfflg. If the 
ttoomrt fdnft Inby Aa ^ cannot meet fee 



feen eoBii^«tieH mwstbegwea to mSm 
iitohig ttne Of xatediy sen^»s — n^tfaor of 
irittch to a ptesWMitorartive. 

OnM iffl n«seM^^M4geenta^^ fee^ 
G^ Iw^H^nait pfesent fee prafioeed. 



oeprating bud^ to City Council at least 90 days 
prior to the bef^iniag of tbe-upeoming flsed 
year {MvAh T^w^JdHy pmtA t^irei aty i 
Counol th^ oppntunity to teviearfee proposal ^ 
feorou|dily and to provide the pubUc a chance to 
respond to the budust Several public hearings 
and meetmgi are sdieduled to allow f<i» citizen 
input 

As a citixen (tf ^^rginia Beach, you have a 
right and a reepenaibffity to know »iutly where 
your tax dollars are going. The dly government 
encourages you to attend the budgirt pubiic 
haarmg and to examine the budget tor yourselt 
WUle fee coat (^ printing the budget wes not 
allow everv dtisai a personal copy, each branch 
library hM» a copy for publk use. In addition, 
budget digests are available ferou^ fee Public 
Inf ormat^ Office. To dbtain your copy, caU fee 
Public Information HotHne at 427-4lfl. 

CLP. 

Anofe« important part (^ the financial 
^Gture of ^^ri^ Beadi |s the C^tal 
In^jxrovtments Program, prepared every year 
suice 1971. The purpose U the C.I.P. to to 
preseirt the Bioploeea pbmned physical eqMndon 
of the aty. The CLP. presents m a five-year 
period what the city's neede wiU be in the areas 
of schools and mumdpd buiUBngs, roads, utility 
sy^anuL and parka. Tiie C J.P. to a bhieprmt for 
the dt/s |feyai0gl crowfe and sharea toaportance 
wife the opoating budget as a reflection <tf the 
d^sneeda. 

CLP. projects are not induded in the 
operating buoeet Instee<L the esty finffiices feese 
projects wife funds frian five scmrcea: general 
obhgation boo^genenl apprantotiois. grants, 
revmue sharing riifb, and double bariM bonds. 
Revmue sharing fimds returned to Virnnia 
Beadiby fee federal government have been a 
migor source of fimding tat CLP. proM*. 

AltiKNidi ea(^ CI P. to a five-year jdan. 
City CouiKfl cnee not approve mendtog fot all 



the city must pay on the borrowed ison^« 
/A dly'ebond J0m, m ito r^p^ation for 

of bi^, to a xySection of its financial MabiUty. 
The hidier tiie rating, the more stable the 
finanod picture. Vir^ma Beadi dtizMis can be 
proud to now that our dty haa an A-f bmid -» 
rating, U^ier than many miuordtiea hi the 
United States. 

FIRE (427-5000) 

Hm Fire D^Mfftment became a eepttate 
dty agency in 1976. Between 197irand 1976, it . 
was a di^don of the Dmartomrt of Pubfic 
Safety . The first Fire Chief wu aiqiNHnted in 

1972. 

Prior to 1972, there waino central office 
to coo^dbate fire jnvvention and eontnd. InatMkd 
there wm a Fire Coimdl made-up «f fee ddrih 
of tiie vnioua^ohmteer fire utttos fenm^mit tiie 
dty. Tttiay'e Fire Department to eompitoed of 
two divisions: Fire Prevention and Rrt 
Sui^ression. 

i6on 18 resnonaiWe for 



tiitftaepQoue 




proje^ Prior to sodi 8utiiorizatkai| pimlic 
hetfings and meeth^ are hdd to alwwdtizais 

to comment 

The CXP. to necessary to insure logicd 
and &cdly sound expansion programs by tiie 
Qty and to insure no one cirfagory recdiuDi a 
diaproportiflnate amoui^ of ronito. It to a pus 
for i^iy^Dal growfe, for meetiag fee needs of tiie 
dtixena wdl witiim tiie financial dbiM^ (^tiie 
City. 

BONDS 

BoRowing mon^ to a fiMt of Uii lor a dty 
tiiedxeel^ttEi^BeaditiiiAaaedstoeipaiid 
to meet tile flowtof aeeda of a powiag 
papoJi^toii. «BOa fee iftar eannet bonow money 
to bilaaoa tiie eperating bndist, to bonows to 
siffipoft eurftal muBoviBieats, sn^aaieada, 
oi^ and s^ook fba CHy ^ %iin Beadi 
borrows monor by s^ng bcmds (tfferealypes: 




___ investoia mat fee dty 

tuqii^i^ Mr fee moMNf badt Hine enla 
of avuy tax ddlar to set aside o^ year to pay 
badt or "iattoa**gsnaHd eUiistattott htmSa. 

MWrpiCTBBQNMTaMmwarenot 
reqwnsfeltlorpi^badimoiieybonowed 
throiq^ tiie sd^ of revaanebonda. Inatea^ tiia 
boiMto wiB be retired wftfa revest ganerated by 
tiw m«^ bitalgfiBded by tiiairaiiiMlxmdto. 

are a em^atAm tfg^ and revenue Donds, 
bee«Me tiiey piradse tiia faveiftxff^ tiid If tiie 
revoitea flrafe bo^-fiaaneed laiaecla ue not 



educating tiie puUw <m nuses of and wi^ to 
prevent fire. Itafoal to to reduce fee frequanr^ 
of fire in(»bols and to reduce the nunfeer of fire 
fatdities and h#riea.Thedivtoton provides 
lectureiL demonstrMiona, aid literature on fire 
prevei^iOD to tiie commiv^ upon request To 
obtain information on inograma avaflaUe to tiie 
pubUccatt4f?-4^. ^■ 

In ad^Btlm to general prograiii tiia Fire 
Prevention ^viiaii^anductoeiKaHNiir' 
program in feaVto^ Beadi ^idsHeSdtod 
Syatoo. Tlito progi^m eq^oseaiilfiffeipEBde 
studoitotoski hours ofinstrucfemte m safety 
and firaprevifltioiit ^ 

The Fire Prevention Office atoo perftmis 
fire inspections, plan revien^and inveatiffBlioiis 
1^ comiMnts in order to dewnmie ahd 
dimiitotopoedUe fire baaartto. 

Itte Snimreasioii tocwnnosed rftiie 
actual ffieSgotors located at tiie fifteen fire 
^i^ona fero^out the dty (see inqi). Coatrd 
md eraficattob of fire to the major ^jec^ive of 
tiie f%Ee Department To raovtoto maxnnum fi] 
security the fire si^presBKAi ui^ to composed < 
bofe paid and vdunten fire^^itera. 

'Vdunteer firefi^ters have a ntoud ^ 
in Virginia Beach, having provided fee o^ 
fird^^ cqiiOalitiea for tiie nu^otoy onhe 
dty rar many yearib Vdimteeis «e atiu an 
essentid part of the firefi^itinc qretem. Wi — 
them, the eoetof maintaining fee current levd 
fire iiqmssion servtoes wowd iacreeae 
dramattoiAy. 

FIRE TRAINING CENTER 

ConstructMm to currency underwrnr on a 
new FbeT^imiog Center, belied on Birdna^ 
Road. Hie Center wfll be used to tidn ^^rgfaua 
Beadt&e i^pwmid, paid said voh ntoer, jb ti ie 

and supentooiy reepondb^. The Fbe Center 
wiU atob itftor state and natioBal fire edneatiea 
^ogramsbindudhig instruction y«rttna fori 
dqiMulniei^ from other arses, u amionr^ 
Ce^ern^ (^driving sdiootof<s all dty 
dcsMu^iMnts. 

PAlDFUffiFIQlTERS 



suffi^t fonv b«^% M, Mi|p^p« 
wffldoao^TfiiHaiWNiiefedr" *^^ 



^^1^^ 



badUng 
iitokd^ot 



Year 
1972 
1973 
1974 

im 

1976 
197* 



Nmaber of P«riaeMl 

m 
n 
m 

144 






*p 



^3!^ 



mmm 



IVMIBi 



Fire Siattoitt 

* * w * - ■ ' i - • * t^-t - ^ 

Blaekwater'' 

ChefApeake Beach 1942 

Cwrt House t947 

Creedi 1948 

Davis Corner 1942 

KempsviUe 1961 

Knotts Island 1961 

London Bridge 1947 

Ocean Park 1946 

Oceana 1942 

Plaza 1902 

Sandbridge 1974 

Seatack 1948 

ThaUa 1962 

yirj^a Beach 1907 

Woodstock * 



mm^^^^m 



mo 

1962 
1968 
1960 
1943 
1968 
1961 
1947 
1943«* 
1974 
1967 
1976 
1948 
1962 
1938 
1976 



SMlai. *nii« OocMi Pazk bwMN wu UMi ^^i^ 
Defoim untU tlM «»iq»i^ WW fffircMd bi 1946. 

HRE EMERGENCY C:^ 
1974 3^ 

1976 4^50 

1»76 «»50a 

lt77 6,424 




GENERAL SERVICES 

(427-4567) 

T!» Department of General Services was 
formed in 1967. Before that, its duties w«re 
performed by the Division of Public Buildings 
and Grounds in tiie D^mrtment of PubUe 
Works, lliere are five divisions in tl^ Gaieral 
SeriteD^Hurtmoit: Landscape Services, 
Auditive Se^ces, 8a!^ Office, Buuding 
Mam^ance, and Printing and Distnbu^n. 

General Services is an admii^strative 
office which proirfdes support functaons for other 
city^ces. fy Departmait » lei^nsible for 
tmtM care of the bmldings and grounds which 
belMvto tiie dty, indiKiing planting and 
landscaping. General Services nudntuns all city 
vehicle coonlinsrtss m^ distribulicm, and runs 
a print diop for printing dty forms and 
documents. 

HEALTH (4274»i) 

Tlie ^rpnia Beadi Health Department 
was one of tiw d^s or^pnal droarta^nts. Its 
seven divisiws ofer a variety m services to 
improve ti»e health of the awral pbhc and to 
audntain community standards of ^viromnental 

quality. 

' " ' *[focus^(Athe 

envinxunent. la^D^^ under this divinon are: 

— pera^l»Hidivid»»1.8Q>ticte^ 
tMting wat» W#inkiiii <|uaHty,iegiflWii of 



swimming pools (o&erthah hotel/motel), 

estallfiiiftS^ilitertSgffilriftp^f^^ 
fortadiation safety. MviftomentalHftJtt ^ ; 

teleph(»» number: 427-4261. Hows — 8:15 A.M. 

- 6:00 P.M., Momby tfirou^ Friday. 



residents of Virgmi 



services are availi^le to 



those residents of Virginia Beach irho cannot 
afford private dental care, as w^ as to Medicaid 
clients. A i»dimm«ry interview amwintment is 
necessary to determine finuicial et^ibti^s Fees 
are based on ability to |«ys ^ 

The Dental Clinic is located at I3w Health 
Department's main office, Princess Anne 
Municipal Center. Ph<me 427-4209. Hours — 
8:15 A.M. - 6:00 P.M., Monday through 
Friday. 

' I are available to tiie 
medieaUy indigent to provide hmtine checkups 
and chilahood tt»»"'vm«*^'»»«- An appobtment 
is required anda foe charged based on ability to 
pay. Pediatrics dinics are held at three 
locations: Princess Amis Muni(#d Center, 
phone 427-4281. 19th Street and^Arctic Avenue, 
phone 428-6402. 930 Independence Boulevard, 
phone 460-0911. Office hours: 8:16 AM. — 6:00 
P.M., Monday throui^ Friday 

Chest X-Rays are available on request at 
the Health De^trtmen^s offi&e |tt 930 
Ind^poidenee soulevard. An appointment is 
requ&ed and a fee is charged. Office hours are 
8:15 A.M. - 6:00 P.M., Monday throu^ 
Friday. Phone 460-0914. 



FamUy Winning is available for all 
types of famdy planning7An appoiatment is 
required and a »e u 



lanhi^. ._ -^i-- 

.^ ^e is charged. Climes are 

available at three locations: Municipal Center, 

phone 427-4281. 19th Stie^ and Arctic Avienue, 

phone 426-0060. 9$0 Independence Boulevard, 

Shone 460-4)911. Hwirs: 8:15 AJ^ — 5:00 ?M., 
f onday throi^i Fri<tey. 

A firiee dime for diagnosis and treatment 
of veneral disease is held every Tuesday from 
8:30 AM. until 10:00 AM. at the Health 
Department ^ffice at 19th and Arctic Avenue. 
All informati<m is kefit ronfidndtial and 
treatment is provided at no diai|^. 

Maternity clinice are available to 
provide the prenatal care so necessary to the 
proper deveuAiment of the unborn child. Climes 
are held weekly at aU tfiree health department 
locations. A foe is nharged based on ability to^ 

Eay, and an appointment is required. Office 
ours: 8:16 Ajd. -r 6:00 P.M. — Monday 
throu^ Friday. Municipal Center, phoi» 
427-4281. lOthStreet and Arctic Avenue, phone 
428-6402. $30 Independence Boulevard, phone 
460-0911 

^lyinjiynig^yinn ^linfcM offer routine 
imnnitiiiiiitinn nf children ^or tiie (Kmimon 
childhood diseases at no charge. A fee is chmA 
for non-routine or overseas immunization^. No 
appomtment is nec^sary. (Sinics are held at the 
following locations on tiie foll<^ving days: 
Municipal Center, Wednesdam 8:30 — 10:00 
A.M., pb<me 427-4281. 19th Street and Arctic 
Avenue, Tuesdays, 8:30 — 11:00 A.M. phone 
428-6402. 930 Independence Blvd., Fridays, 8:30 
— 10:00 A.M., ptone 460-0911 

Home Health Serviceg. or nurMng 
cai^, can oe provicfod in the hon» of ti» patirat 
unuer the direction and supervuion of a private 
physidan. A foe is chargedbased on alrihiy to 
pi^. Fcur fiirther informatiim call the Health 
D^jartment at 4274286. 

MENTAL HEALTH 

(409^37) 

The Department of Mmtal Hei4th has 
been a city depfurtoiMrt nnce 1^8. Before that, 
mental health sevicee m Vkfom Beach were 
prowled by the^atvof Vir|^tiffou#i tiie 
Atkmtie Mmtia Health Centw^l^e Dn»rtmmt 
ofMertrilWtihiep^MdfartetiiieeaKfs^ . 



Retardation, DevelojHnwitalWiiibility "_ 
Programs, and Comprehensive Sub^mce. Abuse. 

particular Biea of mental Malth semdes. A 
numb^ of neeUdbdd ^nics are held for tiioae 
with particul«r needs, as well as individual 
counseling. In addition to working with 
individiukto who are mentally haiMUcapped or 
disabled, tiie Mental Health Departmoit also 
works witii tiie fomlilies of affected persons. 
Outreach workers atoo go out into the community 
for advocacy, education, and many other 
programs. 

The Substance Ab^se Program, uniquely 
named, provkjet services to those who have 
problems related to alcohol and drug abuse. It ; 
offers educational programs aimed at preventing 
subttance abuse. 

The Dqpariment also miintains a Crisii 
program of telephone counseling for tiiose whose 
problems are urgent The Crisis number is 
426-1403. * • 

PARKS AND 
RECREATION 

(467-4884) 

EstaUisfaed in 1963. the Department of 
Parks and Recreation and Physical Education 
became the Department of Pluks and Recreaticm 
in 1974. TW three major divisions are , ^ , . 
Recreation, Parks and Maintenance, and Golf 
Course. 

The City maintains UO parks and school 
playground areas. Among the largest are Mount 
Trasnmore, Princess Anne, Littie Island, Red 
Wing, and Bayville Farms Park. 

Mount Trashmore is unique among dty 
parks. It is a redaimed landfill area begun m 
1966 to utilize wasted land in the growing city. 
Its 160-acre ute includes an Information Center, 
two filling lakM, a Mt and tackle shop, 
skatebotfd park, soap bd( derb^ ramp, tennis 
courts, i^ygroundareafl^ and picnic shelters. 
Phone 497-2157. - 

Bayville Farms Park is the city's newest 
park with a specie area denaned for use by tilt 
'handicapped. Facilities induoe a lake, an 
arboretum, and six tennis courts. 

Princess Anne Park provides an athletic 
field complttt used by tiie Parks and Recreation 
athletic jprogfam for football, softball, and 
soccer. UtiMr focilities include tennis courts, a 
horse practice and show ring, and picnic shelterf 
and gnUs. Phone 427-6020. 

U^e Island Park is a 144-acre oceanfront 
site at Sandbridge whidi includes a lifeguard 
epention during ti^ summer montiu. picnic 
shelters, tennis courts, restrooms, and play areas* 
A 75< parkmg foe is charged and the park has 
650 parking tqpacM. • 

Red Wing Park is a 160-acre park that is 
popular with both tourists and residents because 
of Its proximity to tiu o<^anfront Its facilities 
induoe garden&^tomis courts, Softball fields, 
and play area. Baying equipment checkout and 
restrooms are also avaibble during the summer 
montiis. Ph(«e 426-9712. 

Other recreational areas: Oceana Mini- 
bike Trdl, lomited on London Bridge Road, is a. 
100-acre park for use of mini-bUm no larger 
than 90cc SmniUMr luursare 10:00 A.M.4:O0 
P Jil. daily, winter hdursAV 10:00 AM. - 6:00 
PJ4., Saturdays and Suikbys only during tiie 
school year. 

Owls Creek MunSdml Boat Ramp, 
located on G^ml Bootii Boulevard, features 
two rampe to M^mmodate any boat which 
can be tranqrarted (m a trails. 

Pnto tt&d Recreation operates two golf 
courses uid a tenms cmter for which fees are 
charged for usage. Fee vary according to the 
season and time of me, witii n)edal rates 
9vailaUe4einaaof (uncbr 18) and semor (60 
and (m^mmm^ tmwii v>^cw ?iv»^»^A 






wm^yim^t 



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Red Wim; Munidpat Golf Course, 1080 
Prosperity Roam 8,500 square feet of greens, 84 
tmiUvm, chibkoUM. pr« 4itt)« and restaurant 
Phoiie 426.63001 .tT 

Bow Creek Munieipal Golf Course, 3425 
Qub House Road. Phone 486-6960. 

Owls Creek Municipal Tennis Center, 982 
S. Bircbieck Road: Twrive lifted courts, 
certified pro available iox lessons, pro shop, ^ 
picnic shelters, and play areas for children. 
Courts must be f es^rved in advance. Phone 
4224716. 

The Virginia Beach Bikeway features 
twenty miles of paved and natural-surfadsd bike 
trails that run continuouriy from Great Neck 
Road east to Laskin Road, then north to London 
Bridge Road. A sectidn of the Wa trail runs 
through Seashore State Park i^oitt nature trails. 
No motorissd vehicles of any kinaantiyiowed 
on the bil» trail. ' ' 

City beaches: The Departmipt of Parks 
and Recreation maintttns a numb# of baches 
throu^^out the ci^. /dl municipal beaches are 
open nrom Memond Day until Labor Di^ 
between the hours of 10:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. 
Lifegueirds are on duty during repilar hours. 

Fort Story: Open Friday, Saturday, and 
Sunday only; also open on \m holidays which 
fall on MoxiKlay. Parkii^ fot 260 cus. 

Croatan: Open Daily. Camp Pendleton: 
Open daily, but subject to military scheduling. 
5tn Street Sm^o^ Mea: Surfing only, open 
daily. Sandbridge Park: Open cudly, picnic 
tables available. Little Islattd Park: upoi daily, 
parking available at 76* {>er <»r per day, 
cont^nions, restrooms, jHcnic editors, play 
areas for cmldren, two tennis nnirts. 

PICNIC SHELTERS FOB LARGE 
GROUPS CAN BE RESERVED AT ALL 
LARGE CITY PARKS. TO RESERVE A 
SHELTER, CALL 467-2027. 

The Department of P^rks and Recreation 
offers a vari^ of pranrams for persom of all 
ages. Activities in crarai, alMetics, (poking, 
(ulnce, and many odier a^as«reiavailable. The 
department opelatra a city-wide jm^am in the 
Pwformin^ Arte, with t^tre groups conipcnecT 
of an ages m virtuaUy ev«^ area ox theatrical 
art andtedmical siroport. For further 
infonnation call 467-4884. 

Parks and Recreation operates five centers 
for senior citizens. The centers are open firom 
10:00 A.M. until 2:00 P.M. Transportation is 

Srovided on iei limited iMsis in (^oporation with 
EVAMP. Phone 476-4318. 

SENIOR CENTERS: 
Bayslde Senior Center 
Bayside rresbyterlan Clmrcli 
Ewell Road and Independence 
Boulevard 

OPEN ON FRIDAYS ONLY. 
Beach Bentor Center 
Virginia Beach Civic Center 
19th and Pacific Avenue 
OPEN TUESDAYS 
KempsviUe Senior Center 
Vii^pnia Beach Recreation 
Center 

800 Monmonth Lane 
OPEN TUESDAY AND 
THURSDAY 
Thalia M ethodiet Church 
Virginia Beach Boulevard and 
Fir Avenue 

OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY 
Seatack Semor Center 
411 Birdneck Circle 
OPEN MONDAY THROUGH 
FRIDAY 

SSVAMP nutritional program 
otfered at this site. 
AtUetic programs include football, 
Softball, basKetball, soccer, and 
vdleybali. Men's and women's , 
iMgu^ iff e^fei^ in seme sports. 



Tlie Vfrginia Beach RecreatioA G^te^ is t 
multi-use faci% for Virginia Beach residents 
only. 11ieebiMi^ksbM»dmnN,lbrtQtel . ■ 
accessiMil!^ by^lfiibmdNMie&Virpma Beacil 
Recreation identifica^ cards are required for 
participants in Recreation Center activities. 
Cards can be obtained by presentinK two forms 
of ideitification a^ the Recreation Center office, 
and cort $1.00. 

The Center houses activities for all age 

Soups, athletics, aquatics (including swimming 
ssons for all ages), and a therqieutic recreation 
P pram for the mentally or physically 
dicapped. Summer camps are held outside 
the Center providing an atmosphere of fun and 
learning for inrticipants. For further information 
about speciu programs, call 499-1281. 

The I^nnhaven Municipal ^^;rina at 
3211 Lynnhavwi Drive is op»ated ByUe 
Department of Parks and Kecr»ti(m. The 
Marina features fift^ slips for large and small 
boats, marine sii^jdiefufuel and oil supj^, 
bait, and concessions. Winter hour?: 8:00 A.M. , 
- 4:36 PJ4. May 1 - October 1: 6:30 A.M. - 
4:30PJy!: 

PERMITS AND 

INSPECTIONS (427-4211) 

This new department, created in 1976, 
was once a divkion of tiie De^partment of Public 
Works uid Communit;^ Services. It is divided 
mto four ^visions: Building Codes, Consumer 
mtection, Housing Codes, and Zoning; 

Essentially the Permits and Inspections 
Departmmt j^tects your ri^ts as a consumer 
and mamtains tiie quality and standards of city 
neigfa^hoods. - 

Hm Office of Building Codes issues 
permito for every new structure. This division 
abo overseM uaspecticm of aU plumlmu, 
construction, and electrical work ptsder to 
protect the consumer firom nib-Btandird 
msbUlations and workmanship. 

flon siiut Codes is tiie new^ section of 
ism. It is I 



tiie department It is cbarsed with enoourai^ - 
homeowttffies to maintain mm home in kee^nng 
mth ccnnmunity standards. Inqiectors 
pwiodiGslly review Mi^borho(Mb to note those 
nouses newBng improvement Owners are 
notified in writing^oid are given thirty days to 
make improv^nents. 

Buildup not maintained in keemi^ witii 
Houang Code regdations are eventual^ 
condemned. Not only dwetlinfi come undbr the 
scrutiny of the Hotwn^ Codes (Mce -- jtmky 
vacant lote which detract firom the beau^ of a 
ndj^b^hood also rome umier its jurisdiction. 

nofjimmyr Protection re(»ives^ore 
inquiries from dtisens tiian any other emce m 
the department Its^irpose is to protect the 
ri^ts of tiie consumer and assure him fair 
treatment in tiie nuorlw^lace. Staff members go 
out into the bumme ain^tmity to open and 
w^ packages, ^edt scales, ocamine taxi - 
n^teiv, and^chedtnewspaper «)s for accuracy 
-» pneia^ serving as watchdop (m behalf 01 
tiie puWic '^ 

Th e Zoning (Hfice is re^ndble for 
enforcin| tiie zoning lawsof tiie City of Vir^a 
Bea^i^us fimeticm is in order to prevrat any 
activity which mi^t detract from ue chamcter 
of your c<Hnmunity or int^fera with the quality 
of your life. Such violationv as junk^ cars, 
impn^ier business (moation, imprq)er t&gas, and 
no^ ammals in resKte^ial areas come under 
ti^ zcHiing office. If vou have a question 
regarding what is aliowafa^e in a particular 
zoning category, orif ^u ha^ a complaint 
about a possible violation, tins office should 
receive your call. 

PERSONNEL (42741S6) 

1^ Personnel Dqwrtment was an agency 
e^blished with the oripial organization of the 
City of Virginia Bettch in 1963. It is headed by 
tiie Director of P^rsnUd and haa three' divMiois. 



Testteg and Seiection acfeepti 

applicationsfor city^nploya^t, {voeeHes 
ta&^^mdSiite apittl^ ]^^biMS^tioi» 

reqW^^^l^f^ 

city's actioM in fulfilling Eaual ESnployment 

Omiortunity regulati(ms andadmimsters the 

tramii^ program fimded under the ^ t 

Commrehenave Employment Training Act 

(CETA)» 

Employee Relatione admuiisterafringe 
benefifpepuns for employees, (KHnrdmates an 
annual tkswx aimrds program, and achnihisters 
a B^c Education program for »nployees. This 
division also estabushes policies and procedures 
and monitors employee grievances. ~ 

Wage and Salary is responsible for 
developingme compensanon plan for employees 
and determining a^pri^riate nay based on 
quaUficatioitt. This division (omt teduncal 
assistance to other operating departments 
budffiting for paid portions. M pemonnel files 
are maintained by this division whidi processes 
them to separate ctepartments fox |>ay review. In 
adchtion, me ^age and salary divisi<mjworks 
with the Data Processii^ departmoit to prevent 
pverHMng in a<pa^cular^ob ^tegcHry. 

Hie City utilizes a Merit %ttrai for 
employee, to encourage competence ai»i 
professionalism. Ui^ the system, mdividual 
achievement governs the sele<^on and progress 
of each employee of the City. ProsK>tion8 are 
based on a plan of open competition, whichmay 
include written tests as well as job performance. 

PLANNING (427-4621) 

The PUmmng Department, another of the 
original offices establid^ whoiihe city- was 
created in 19^, is headed by tiie Director of 
Planning and ornuuzed into three divisions: 
compre&nsive planm^ operations, and 
ii^d^rmation sui^rt Ink basic role of the 
PlamiingDei^fftinent is to analyze cunmit data 
rMardmg rocreation, hif^ways, water and sewer, 
K^Mtfi^ open space, »ivironmental iH»tection, 
ai^lax^ \m, eklto determine what iutim 
needs will 1^ uai tiiose areasl Each divisini in the 
d^iartmHit perfcmiu a specific role in evakating 
and pbuQiung to m^ future needs. 

(^nipreheaslye Planning is 
rraponsible fur determinmg the goals of the 
community and developin|( plans to meet tiiose 
goalathroi^ a)mprdM3isive land ua^ 
tranqwrtetini, aim (»mimunity ladlitin. 
Comprehensive Planning also preiwres roecial 
studies wtoMver necessary or advisable^ror 
txam^ ^ division or^^ted raviromn^tal 
protectioii measures sudi sm the*ffistori(»l 
Dmtric^ tiie Si^ Ordinance, and tiie Tree 
Protection Ordmance. 

Operation^ reviews mibdiviffltm plate and 
site plan^ applications for zcming changes, 
c(mffltiond use permits, and wftiand pmmts, 
and a^gns atimt Mmem (ox aQ prop^ in 
tiie dty. The Pluaai^ Commisaoai agrada » 
prepued by tiiis divteion. Recommendations on 
zoniiif changes imd conditional use permits are 
p^par^ by and forwanled to tin PlanniM 
Commission by tiie Operations Division. The 
Division is gujdedln mese commente by tiie 

8 revisions of tiu Comprehensive Zoning 
irdinanc^s. 



suideunes mr luture develqimentof tiie City of 
Vij^inia Beach. As the ordinanra stetas, tiie plan 
"encouniges the most d^irable vm of the land 
for resiMmal, reoeatkmal, a^scultural, 
commerdid^ industrial, consen^on, public 
service, drainage, and other i^uqiMes ... 
encours^K tiie most appropriate use and 
occupan^ of bmldinp, and pr<wote8 good civic 
design aim arrai^." 

Altiiou^ the ordinance itself is 164 pages 
in length and provides regulatiom covering all 
asi»cts4tf kom use^he CZO MNnratially 
Mtebli^tan ^tbfficiak^^^te tai land use. 



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mim./m^^w^mitww^' 



Ati^^^en^mmA in tto city muit fall into one 
of ti^0 i^agomB. 

B^tttlirvitt»tt*ri(^iO-l: 
Agricul^il^Mi6^limsl:^oii^fi-9: 
ResldcBtiai DiMdcts (^e numMr reflecte the 
number of resida&ttal nmts allowed per par^ of 
y land). A-1 tiffcm^ A^t Apartment iMstricts. H- 
1: Hotel District K-2: Resort Hotel District 0* 
1: Office District Budn^s Districts: B-1 
(Business Readential); B*2 (Conupunit^ 
Buaness)^ B-3 (Central Buaness;) B-4 (Resort, 
Oommeciat). M: Ui^t ladnrtriat. 1-2: Heavy ' 
Indu^rid 

^roporty <nmen may request q)ecial use 
of tfadr ptepvky. Two of tl«e m<»t otmunon 
rea uMto tfe £» a ccmdititmal use permit and for 
acnangeofaoning^ 

CONDITIOKAL USE PERMIT 

bi each loning category, there are two 
. kinds of laee for pnmerty: pnndpal and 
conditiaud. No rartfaer authoricatlfm is required 
for the pi^ertv owner to use tl^nrqierty within 
the b<H]xids fii the prindpal use. Hot^rer, in 
order to use Hm property^ for one of the 
coikUtioBal purposes, mt propartyj}wn«r must 
firrt obtain a conditional use pormit The reason 
for this procedure is that while s(une lues are 
I allowabte undtf a certain auiing categray, they 
W:- migfatnc^besuiti^foragivaisttaato. 
I Tl^ procedure for obtaimng a conditional 

I use permit 18 as ftdlotra: 
t 1. The property owner must 

I file an ap|dicatkm wi A tile 

i nanningllmartaieBtuudiiding 

I ' pertinent islormatkm about the 

p property and piloted use of it 

I A^^ffliag fee moat aratmipaBy 

p tWap^fication. 

2. The Ranahig Director 
»view8 ^e ian?3^^B and 
eonfers witii pertinent dty 
offl^li to determine whet&er 
tlw propoMd use is appropriate. 
I He'referi Us reisfHttmendation to 

i ■ . tliellannfaigGonuiiisaion. 

&» Tbie nann^ Contmiasion 
\ advertiiwaaiidiioUaapabUe 

! beartngimttiepreposttand 

makea a reeommendation to City 
Coiucil, uanaDy witbin 46 days of 
the hearing. 

4. CSty C^ondl holds a public 
hearing mi the r«niest and acts 
on the propmaL The Conacfl may 
Aeeei^ or toiy an or part of the 
proposal or impose additional 
restitetioiis. 

5. In addition to notice of 
pnl^ heaHngs, applieaats must 
eretet i^gas on the property in 

^ ^ttestfaaj^rihg nme of tiie time 
a^ loea&m oftte^iAtte hearing 
and ihe spemfieiiatare ftf the 
matter iavohred. 

ZQNINGCHANGE 

The torn ammg duBiKe is sdf • 
explanate^, smce it Is iteiphr a reqittrt to 

change the nmiiv ^ a jMrceiof p^perty from 
one zmkmgeitfHm to aiffi^Vf m (ttdi^ to allow 
the i»»q^a1y7be-i»ed for polioses ^r tiian 
those oi^»d in tiie original nmi^ Hm) . 
procedu^ fof cbtaioing a ^ning chai^ is as 

follows: 

1. The pi^perty owner mast 

file an apo^Ation fbr zoning 
dtaagvmth tiie Ranning 
DepMtinent, imdnding 
fatforBMi^m about the request, 
cnrreftt and propcMed osm of the 
WfMerty to question. The- 

byafee<rf$200.TtoPWutog ^ 
I^setiM* rwrteiiv the remst a^ 
i2|i3 malEM his r^^^mmendatiW^to the '- 



^•■^p 



namllilg Oimndsahiii. 

.2. The PhuMihig Comniiasiftn 
wllifteesi 




re^MmeiMiattoM on a pr^osed 
EonhigchanAB. FoOowii^reach 
hearing the nanaing Ccrauiiisston 
adopts Ito reeimimenclathms on 
the-request, which may indhide 
changes in the original proposal, 
i&d forwards the 
rec<MnniMidi^to to Citjr CoundL 

3. City Dnui^adTertbes and 
holds a pfiftlle l^aring on the 
zoning chaBge, after which It can 
either approve the requMt by 
majority vote or refer Itjbadi to 
the Piannfaig Gemmlraim for 
revlma m corrm^mL 

Ccmipidiensive Zonina Ordinance can be 
purcnased frian tiie Pbnning Dq;>artment 
at a cost of $4.00. 

rtUfflce is 

Hies on 



comn^crtlaiis betw ee n the Pd i ce d epa r tment 
and the poUie. tlw enunumeatiimB QFston is a 

to'calb aim nmrnnaee tiie tteM rt takeu^ 
^Bcer to arrive wh«e h^ is needed. The 
Cmnmunicatioas Center also moceeses all calls 
for the Fire Droirtmei^ aiid Rescue Squads, 
duoD^ the mam ^nergmcy Services number, 
427-5000. 

'Rie SerfdceaDivla lpi i is reqxmsible fot 
jsocsssing permit reque^ fas tnngo, rafOes, 
parades, tun^ sboob, and similar activities. 
Information regsrdiitf such permitB can be 
obtained by caBu^ 427-4331. Tlie S«vices 
IXviskm is also responsible for gathering and 
storing all poUoe records. 




Tlw Information 
mponsibl^ for assembling an* 
ceitain data pertinent to fdannii^ indttdinf- 
addressM, population e^amates, ^le^ and 
other growm Isctors. 

In addition to collecting and mganizing 
land use data lor use in ftrtare planning, the 
Information Support (MBce Is also respmsible 
for the drafting of aU maps and charts for use by 
tibe Plandi^ Deputment, the IHamiing 
Commission, aim Cit^ (Council, as wdl as maps 
and graphiGB for o&tt cit/d^partments. 

The Virdnia Brach Planning (Commission 
u an advisory board which reviews all matters 
affecting growth or diaries in the city's zoning 
plan and mak^ recommendations on such 
metiers to City Council for action. The Planning 
Qmmusaon meets in theCi^ Council Chambers 
on the second floor of the Princess Anne 
Municipal Center at noon on tiie second Tuesday 
of each montii. Meetings are open to ti^ public. 

POLICE (427-8000) 

The Departinnit of Police became a 
separite office in 1975. During the time of the 
city's orpmiizati(m in 1963 untill975; it was 
indudBG in tl)« Department of Public Safety. 
Hw Chief of Police is now tiie administratis 
head of ^ Pdice Department Five major units 
fimn the departn»nt: Administration, 
(Tommunioitiom, Inv^gations, Uniformed 
Division and Services Division. 

Administrative OfBoes and Support 
Services, such as Investigative Service^ die 
Communicatioitt CScoil^, and the Itordces 
Division, are located in tiie PubUc&ffotv 
BuiUUxtt in tlw Princess Aniu) hfimidpsl Crater. 
IxxstetTthrov^uwt t^ dty are tiiree predncts: 
The First Rrgdnet is onthe first 
floor of tiie Publk Safety BuHding at tiie 
Munldpal Cwtoi on PtuHMs Aime Road. 

near tiie oceanfront at 319 l5tti1 



iStreet 



926 
tiie 
Ba: 
Hie, 
reqwnstUe 




Bs^HBlii located at 
Bouwrard,; 



next^iorto 
Branch library and near 
HouMtaL 

4)gfaibiiw?M the polldes a ?id 
mocedures of tte Pdicei)^artn»nt and for 
mwrii^lhat sJl otiier divitume fimctimi 
ai^ncpriatabr. The ixdiee Mhxunstratiim 
coffirdmates mqiectiGra and iitf«nal aftiiirs, 
plannmg and analyds, and personnel and 
traizm^ pn^nons for the pm^ force, 
'ae lavestigatiye Ife^wr is 
** le for mv^igatiDg crimSl activity, 
_ evi^ic^ aimideitiJ^dq^ fottting, and 
mt^inewing pe^ss suspect^ of o^mimd 
activity. 

lliel 
responi^^j 



gam^i^ev 




ranetyo 

uniformed^pdice d 
routinely, tins division imdudes the Special 
Patrol (Wations and Tactics Bureau (SPOT). 
con^KMsd ^ traffic marinepatid, K-9,pdlGe 
hdftnqytar. and tiie Spedal Weapons and Tactics 
Team (SWAT). Animal Contrd, the mm-pdd 
vdmrteer Auziliary Pdlce, and the Crime 
Preventioii Ui^ au come under the Uniformed 
DIvidon. 

Tha Crime PrwreMhm Unit provides 
leetorec demonstrationa, dlsfdavs, anq public 
rdations activities to the general public thrragh 
oonunmiity, dv^ and sooal ermtniiatimis. The 
unit also cmiKts nrograms hi tiie schools, 
provides reddential 9m commwrdal security 
checks, and gni»ally instructs the public 
renrding the individual's role in preventing and 
rMudm; crime. Re9ueets for lectures or 
instructumal material ahould be made by calling 
die (Mme Prevention Office at 4274146. Two 
weeks advance notice is required fcff kctmms. 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES (427-4321) 

In existence sinM 1963, ti^ Public 
librar^ Dejurtment was raiasMd tiie 
Pqjartment of PuUic Libraries in 1973. The _ * 
Denartmrat is headed by the Libnry Director 
aim is MdidUvided into five dividons: Reference, 
Proce8i^% ExtMidon Servi(»i^ Spedal S«rvices, 
andtiie Cfiildren'sDividcm. 

The Public Library S^tem in Viiginia 
Beach features five brandi hbraries located 
throi^out the dty. 

In additikm to bdd[^ the liln^kries (^for 
rec<Hds, art]mntS| and sciuptare reprodiutioin, 
films, pimties, periodicals, pattarns and coupon 
exduumBs. b^er Iflmry loaiM make availalw 
nmterials not held in the dty library qr8tma,|knd 
qiedd programs ~ sttch'as talkmg hooka, 
braille boon, and bodts-b9P-mail*of|lrliteary _^., 
servbes to tiie irisually handicapped and . \* 

homebound dtisen. 

Programs are-offoed to mcourage 
d^dren to read, and speriaW^ed sulneda — law 
and mmndpal govermnent'^ have mdr own 
locations. Fmlowii^ is a lotiiv of Ufafary 
brai^ies and sefviesK 

Baj^de Branch (<mened Sept., 
1967, expanded 1974) (^ 
IndepwMMwe BoolevttNl^ Virginia 
Bea% VA 234IMS. 464-9^) 

Cbreat Kedk BruA (<MMBed 
^ October, 1976) 1^1 Bm^m Drhre, 
Virginbi Beadi, VA 23464. 481-6094^ 

Kem^BidBe Bran^ {B^wtA 
April, 1969) 83S KempevOle B<md, 
^^rgUa BoM^ VA ^462. 4^2270 

Oeeanfrmt Bra^i (opened 
May 19S9; re^^oM^ in new 
faeffi^s 1978) 1811 Arctic Avenue, 
l^gfada Beach, VA 23451. 
4^-4113. 

Windsor Woods Branch 
(opejwd May, 1966; ezmu^ed 1974) 
3612 Smitt nan Tra^^rgtnla 
BoMh, VA 234S2. 2M-1043 



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SPECIAL DIVISIONS: 

Trail. Vb|imaB«Ml/VAFf3iM52j SWjSf P^ ' 
Hours: 9:00 a^n. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through 
Friday 

South liSw^SSr5^ffl^yA2S4B2. 
340-7798. Activities encompass Bookmobile 
Service, Mail-A-Book to rural areas, service to 
nursing and convalescent homes and Sttiior 
Citizen Centers. / ' 

Law Library. Municipal Center, 
Virginia Bea^V A 23466. 4274419. Hours: 9:00 
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday fc>uA Friday. The 
Law Library houses Federal and State laws, 
legal encyclopedias, law reviews, Federal and 
StJBte tax hiformation. ,„■ 

Munidpal Center. Virguua'IMieh, VA 23456, 
427-4644. Hours: 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m., 



Mondt^y through Friday. Thk library is designed 
to pro^de a specialized libraryand r^fer^ce 
service to city officials, dty employees and the 
public. All articles dealing wi^ ^^sinia Bwdi 
are clipped from local newspapers, mdexed br 
sot^ect and placed in the Governmental and 
Community Mairs Scrapbook. 

Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 pjA. Monday thiouf^ 
Friday. 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 pjh. Friday and 
Saturday. 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 pan. Sunday (winter 
only). Provide information and researdi service 
to Virginia Beach residents andmunidptfi 
emplovees. Develops and provides monthly on- 
the-job referencd training for Library Staff and 
public classes and related materials on topics of 
cun^i^t interest 

Special Services piv|tioii,_ 936 
Independjuice iioulevara, Virginia t^ch, V A 
23455. 464-9176. Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
Monday tfaroudi Friday. This division serves the 
blind and physically handicapped. It functions 
as a Subregional Library under the Library of 
' Congress, pro viduQg talking and cassette books 
and uM^izines* brulle and large print materials . 
to people who cannot use r^^ar formats. 

BRANCH LIBRARY HOURS 

WINTER SUWMBR 

Prom To Fron To 

Sunday 1:00 p-ni. 6:00p.iii. . 

Monday 9:80 nan. 9:00 p-in. 9'^n.m. 9K)0p.m. 

Tao^ny 9i80a.m. 9K)0p.m. 9:80 ojb. 9:0QBf>>>- 

WednMday 9-.80a.ni. 9KH)p.Bi. 9:80aJB. ^''^ 

Tkunday 9:30 ajn. 9:00 pan. 9:30 aon. S^pjn. 

Filday 9:80 a.m. 5K)0p.m. 9-.80a.m. 6H)0p.ni. 

Saturday 9:80 a.a. BsOOp-m. ^80aJfc M»p.Bi. 

BOOK CIRCULATION 

19^-«S 826,600 1972-73 794^80 

1968-69 898314 197a'74 88^721 

1969-70 601389 1974-76 8^361 

1970-71 636.4M 1976-76 1304.741 

1971-72 766381 1976-77 1.080,636 

NUMBER OF REGISTERED BORROWERS 

84,787 

PUBUe UTILITIES 

Public tJtilities was one of the orional , 
departihentB created wl^ the city was formed 
in 1963. It was combined later with the 
Department of Commimity Services in 1969. In 
1974rit agahi became a separate department 

Headed by the Director of Public 
^ Utilities t^ department is divided into four 
nffiaAn ^tilitv EagJneeriBg, which coordinates 
ded^ ^planning of aiFwater and sew» 
■yjrtna* f!n«tomer Servicea. which concei?» 
itielf witii initiating jservice to and answedng. 
oBittlflints of water and sewer customers; 
WM^Operationg> m dnrge of maintniance 
of idi wii^ unes and storage Iscilities; and 
W^te Water Operatione, in charge of 
maiirtenanoe of ait sewer'^stems. 

Dittinrthe last fiscal year, the citizens of 
NTurgtoBeadi anggv^^d nnlto^b^ 
issue to siq^Jlf^iJ^^rtwarf ^t#l«PH9^ 



Department of Public UtBitite hat more ttian . 

capacity ia now SL9 million gallons oi w^ter. 
Public Ut^es also maintains 192 sewer 
pumping itattons'throughout tiie city. 

To receive PubHc Utilises swvice, call the 

Customers with no previous service wU be 
charged a $10 tum-onfiM. In addition, a $25 . 
deposit isTequiredofarsl^tin^ customers and a 
deposit equid to the behest bifrreoeived is 
required of cratonierf wbese accounts are 
continually delinquent AH dmonts are / 
refundable afta 6 mentlil «^ no delinquencies 
or when a final bffl is ret^watedb 

Redt^^tustOAi^ are bUled on a bi- 
monthly scl»di]de. Billa ^computed on the 
basis of meter zeadmss taken a week to ten days 

b€ffbrebijl»aiefasi»ii V X 

Phb^e NiniDera: 

Buefaieas/domplttliiitf ..... ^J-JJJJ 

Maintenpee .;;^;W . . .i-^J^ • ? • ' ^'SA";iSf 
Availabtfiar of Wfit6t«iid Sewer 4^-4171 

Emer^encieii .;..•• iv- • • * • • • • 427-6000 



collection day, refuse will not be coUectea j 
until the n«t scheduled pickup day* ; . | 



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limbs, hedye trimmings and branches will 
be picked up if thw are cut in lengths not to . 
exoBed six feet and if they are placed on the curb 
line in reasonabte amounts. 

Sdlid matter, suc^ as dirt, Imcks, or 
cement, mupt le m metal or plastic <»ntamers 
not to exceed 10 pounds jn total weight 

AH animal waste and small dead anJBMls, 
by law, must be pUK»d in plastic bafs, seal^ at 
the top, and placed in metikl or plastic cans for 
inckup by sanitarti<m workers. , 

Christmas trees will be iMcked U5 withm 

regult^ collection. |f the tree exceeds six feet m 
length, U should be cut into smallff sections. It 
is suggested thrtyo^cilllEefuseCoUection ^ 
(42M201)toali^|h<Wtfeetyouhaveputout ; 

the tree for pidb^ 



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REFUSE DISPOSAL • 

The%tandfill,located4tl7i4^ 
CenterviMeTttmpflEe; if epeH fro® JiS®.^^ ^ 
4:30 PM week days^iKd^from 7:00 AM-l :30 PM ^; ; 
Saturdeyfc The umdfill accommodates ^ ^ 
approximately 260,000 tons of refuse annually -r- 
or about one ton for every Virginia Beach 

resident ^ ^' 

TELEPHONE NUMBERS 
Refuse coUeetlon eomplaints: . . . 427-4201 
Potholes in i|i*eet: .>..,/. . * , • • • • 427-4p7J 
Traffic signals amd signs: . . . , . . 427-4g9f 
Storm draiasige: , . '. . ; 427r4p7J. 

Sdfe!AL5ERVICES (4^^i> 

The Dfiwrtment ctf Sodd Servities wm^ ' 
established inl963 as thfe Department of Public 
Welfare. Its name was changed to Social Services^ 
in 1971;Headed by the Director of SocW^ 
Services, the d^Mtftment is composed of three 

divisions: Adndnistrative, Social Services, and ^ 
Financial Asartance. .. ^ ; ' 

responsible M^!SSna3Sg!SBp3i35B and 
procedures of the Social Services Denartment 
and for supervising the activities of the* other two ■ 
divisions. 

^"filM^ifll ^fH'yf " Division provides 
service to clients in the following areas: 

to protect chfldren reported as suspected victuns 

"^ ""Tie Engineering Division handles of abuse and ne^ect This prooam also attempts 

approximat^y 125 complaints monthly. 

ff itmil Y Subiligation provides long-term 
counselinus and education tn tnree migor areas: 
(1) to as^ famUies who have beoi involved in 
Protective Service^ F.oster Care, Court.Servic^ 
and Crisis situations; (2) to protect aged, infirm, 
and disabled individuals; and (3) to perform 



PUBLIC WORKS 

PubBc W^ks has had more name 
changes, probably, than any otha dty agency. 
Frm 1963 unia 1969, it was called the. 
Department of PubUc Works. In 1969, it became 
the Departfl^tof Cemmumty Swvices and 
Public AJtafttefcirludi it rwafflned until 1974. 
When PuUtcUtilitieB became a operate 
departmeni it was ninply the De|i^utment of 
Community Sei^vicis. In 1976, tl» name was 
changed to the Dajjiartment of Public Works. 

Headed by tihe Director of Public Works, 
the departm^t is divided into six di^ons: 
Directors OfBce, Real Estate, Enguwerinft 
Tri^c Engiii^ering, Highways and Refuse 
Collection. ^ 

The p^i-flc^Ai^r^s Office is responsible for 
administrative duties in the Department of 
Public Wor^ includina long-range planmng and 
overall control of o^erdiviaima wiuiin the 
department ThfeDirectOT also serves as the^ 
Department's representative in dealings with the 
dty manager. 

^*' ft?j\l Fyt'^tf Diyisidn obtains 
rishts-of-way for widening of roads witmn the 



dty-of Virginia Beach and acquires property for 
aUcityfacffitiies. 

TheEMii 
subdivision and sivc ymu xwyww «* «*,*•>,,,- 
and projects for all construction, public or 
privatevihthecity. 

Traffic Engineering is responsible fo 
design, installatibn and mabienance of signs, 
streetlii^ts, and all tri^c coi^rol devices and 



parking meters in VirffbuMi B«K& 

produ(^^6o!ooo^^aia Beach residents, 
not to meuDon d^ sdioola, businesses^ and 
visitors, is nO simple matter. The division runs 
67 garbage trucks and three to dx deanup trucks 
daityi^ A staffof ©4 co^ect8 ahnost 8,000 tons of 
garbage eJadi moniih. 

Rygylfttioria for reftise-conection; It 
is the dt^«i'frreqwnsibiU(y to see that garbage 
is placed in propiet containers at the proper 
k)cationi at i^ proper thqe, for collection. 
Failure to observe refuse regulations can result 
in a fine. 

— All refuse should be placed in 
plastic or metal cans, or in plastic ba^ 
not to exceed 20 gallons or dO pounds in 
wdf^ — Reftise » to be placed at 
curbside prior to 7:00 AM on the day of 
pickup. - NO PAPB» BAGS OR BOXES 
* SHOULD BE UI^D.~ Refuse is 

collected twice wei^y, on Mondays and 
Thursday or on TusMuiys and Fridays. 
AVi ^fntaiKaihriidf9^4MtokC'i^faBiuied 



adoptive investiaations for childrmi not placed - 
by a "licensed <&ld placing agencgr." ^ > ;. . 

Interact wovides direct and imfiiediate 
24-hour msi^mtervention services in fiie areas 
of child abuse or nai^ect, suiddes, rutiawayL ^ 
domestic oonllidts, emergen^ needs fof Ibod and 
shelter, and «aaergency mescal cohsentior 
foster childr«. 

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recommenditionstothe Courts m cases 
involvmg domertic disputes, diild custody, 
vidtation8,«^^rvidon,iupport,and/ 
community-^md plans for children m need of 

services. 

Tli«fttBto»Bient/Workhcentive 
ProgTMttlWIN) provides So<^^8»vices 
dientowithMi^& employmeitt, job 'search; 
and transp^tMiM services to attonv them to 
become seMiWqpportiiDt^ 

]2u^^M^^Q^|dF|l|u provided to 
those i»«^^Vi<4^HnR/«wN iHittiiJiii^ttfOA »?if 



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clients who are hospitalized or attending 
educa^oniiL%^ti99, wj^JNb^.vIiq need 
tempcrary reuBt from child care due to being 
assessed as potential alAiMKI 'I r, '^iK't 

The Bade NeejUi Pgofffam in dMJynftH 
to asoit ftmUiea in crisis situationa by providing 
food, trahqxnrtetion, clothing, shelter, househda 
items and nmdfeal care. Hue program also 
encourages s^-support among tlwse in the Aid 
to De|)esdeBt C&amn j^rogram and self- 
sufficiency m those jpart)c^atbg in the 
Supplemoit Sodid Security Prt^ram as well as 
pro^dmg inli»m^on about Msesament for and 
referral to agancy and oommumty sendees. 

Th» Foater Car# Program provideg 
placement for ^I^Udren wlwse custody has been 
awarded to the Social Services Dmartment 
Foster parenta receive traudng and are evaltuted 
to determfiie tiwir auitability as foeter paranta. 
This program alao provides sqmortive and 
rehabilitative servicea to natural parents whose 
children have been placed in foster caie. The 
foster care program serves an average <rf 300 
children per month. 




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legallyL_, ^ _ ,, 

natural parents. The program idso provides 



services to the jprospective ado{)tive parmts. llie 
Department of &)Cial Services is moat often 

identified bn)^3>aoirams itf linanfMiliatBsfitMtce. 
Financial A^l^itf^ered through tte loaowhig: 

Aid to Deiwmdent Children (ADC). 

This federaUy-fuMied program is dea^ned to 
assist single parents in supporting Aeir children. 
The progrip ofEurs maintenance (food and 
shelter) aM medical services, as wtfl aa 
monetary payments to families whose hicomes 
are not sufficient to meet their needa. 

FoodStMnna. This federals-funded 
program iades^ned to raise the nutritional level 
among low incase households. Apj^onimately 
30,962 individuals in Viiginia Beadi are elidble 
for food stamps. Currently-approziBiat% oOO 
families receive food stamps and no other 
financial assistance, while 800 famOiea receive 
food stamps in addition to o^er financial 
assistance. 

Medical Aaaiatance Pro^rama provide 
access to^lfidteaifl, a federally-funded program 
«^ch iflowalndi^ieit peraoaa to puichaaa 
medical aarvicea. and to the St ate-Lo^ 
HoBPitalteation Program, which insures 
payment of boi^tal bills for indigent persons not 
covered by other hospitalization plans. 

Taat Relief is designed to^ffer financial 



assistance to persons over age 66 and to the 
disablad l^ exemp^ng all or a portion of their 

bJ^oS reaouiwSS^^MJ ^f 
» Thg Water «?<i jigwer Program 
(^bra a raductioa fat installation of letter and 
sewer lines to those who meet eligibility 
requirements. 



The Shadow Program ia denned to 
9unnters between me •> 
who are defiant of parental authority and who 



serve yoi 



I between ineagiM of 12 and 17 



exhibit unacceptable behavior. Under the 
program, pro»M(mal social workers serve as 
Bimda and modala for the youngsters on m 
individual basis up to 20 hours a week. In 
ad<tition to regular paid staff, the Department of 
Social Servicea has an unpaid ataff of volunteers 
from the community who donate thdr time and 
talents in various areas of soeial service 
programs. Currenti^i twenty-two volunteers 
supplement the Social Services paid staff. 

Eligibility for programs and asaiatance 
(rffored by the Sodal Services.Department ia 
baaed on numerous factors, dependent upon the . 
individual's needs and resources and the 
guiddinea of the various programs. ESidbility 
can be determined by calling the Social Services 
Department for an interview. 



CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS 



•^ Constitutional officers are those officials 
(other than the City ODuncU) dected bv(^ 
voters of Virginia Beach to ui^Mild the utw and 
protect Ha interests d the ConmumweaUh of 
Virepia. Constitutional offioeia are ajitsiiomoua. 
Their offices are supported financial^ by both 
the city and the atate. Constitutbnal ofooera are 
elected every four yean, except for the Clerk of 
Court, who serves an ei^t-year terra. 

Five constitutional offieere aerve the<?ity 
of Virginia Beach: ^ Commonwedth'a 
Attomwj^ Commiaaionerof the^evenue, * 
Clerk of Court, City Treasurer, ttid the Sheriff. 

Commonwealth'a A toaey ia fee 
"district attorney" or proseeiffilfattomay 
elected by the voters to present criminal cases m 
court His duty ia not only to ^mvict oiminak 
but also to insure justice for all parties, including 
defendants, victims, and witaeaaaa. 

, Intormft)to.ll fcr .WJJflWf ^ Serviagas 
awitnesamaauninaltrialiaaeivtc ' 
responsibility* V^tnessesjiMrform a service for all 
members of the oommom^, auwe anyone can 
become a ri<^im of crime. Mai» cttiana^ 
however, are relttctantto come brvard aa 
witnessea because of time invvAied m waitinEte 
appear or in'postooniments la the trial achedide. 
To encourage dvic participatien as witasesea, the 



Commonwealth'a Attorney attempts to notify 
those scheduled to testify if the trial has been 
postponed or moved to another time. Witnesses 
should douhhHdieck thi schedule by calUns the 
Conmonweah^'a Attorfie/a office the day before 
the caae iaadiMhiledfof trial For Circuit Court 
CMOS (green mlqMena), call 427-4401. For 
Genanu I^s^ or Juvenile Court cases (white 
or blue aubpoena) caH .4274271, between 9;00 
AM and 6:00 PH wedidaya. 

After hours the Commonwealth's 
Attomqr'a offices fitfniahea court information to 
this City Pul^c Information Office at 427-4111. 
Operalon ire on duty to answer questions from 
6K)0 PM until 9:00 FM Monday ibrou^ Friday, 
and from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM on Saturday 
and Sunday. 

A pamphlet containing more information 
about court prooadurea ia available at no charse 
by calling t&C(mmionwealA's Attorney's office 
at427-4%l. 

fioMmiaaioiier of the Rfvojiue is 
req)onaiMe for asue s am ent of al| locri taxes 



homea, recreational vehicles, and business 
equ^ment. 

This office is responsible for making 
transfora of real eatats, and maintaining property 
location maps aiid card index files. The 
Commiasiei)er's office also prepares and audits 
atate hacome tax returns for approxunately 6,000 
indiriduala annuaOy. 

City Treaeurer is custodian of all public 



(e»^ real estate). Theae bdude q>ecial taxes 
on food, lodpng: ogarettaa business licenses, 
apartments^ uw uollUiaa. In addition, the 
dommiasiflner of the Revenue assesaee personal 
prqjierty taxes on automofaileB, boata, mobile 



. I City and prepares billing for all 
local real ertate aasessments. Other 
responsibilities of this office include sdling 
licaiaea for autonu^jfles (City decals), dogs, 
blcydea, and other items requiring registration 
wm te City. The Treaaorer collecta water and 
sewer tu> fse billa, ejects incon^e taxes and 
vithholmog taiaa for transmittal to the state, 
iasueaand aelle fiwd stamps, and collects ana 
proceases parkmf foes. Is addition, the 
Tmmmr must mga all checks for disbursement 
of fimda to pay for aervices rendered to and 
materiida purchaaed by the City, record and 
account for receipt ana expenditure of all monies 
by the City, and mvest aty funds. 

The£hfi|l£[b re^nsible for 
maintenance and oparation of the city jail. In 
addition, he serves various warrants upon 
requeat. 



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All courts and their suMNffting offices are 
located witiiin tiie Princeee Alme Municipal 
Center comidex. Altiiovigh dM UstoricPnncese 
Anne Courtnouae still houees ofBces of the court 
system, trial prooeediifB now take place hi the 
new courts buUdinp conatrueted in 1973. 

Vindma Beadt. whidi ia hi the 2ad 
Judicial Diatrict of Vbghiia, hu Ibree catagoriei 
of courta. Ilnse inchide the CSrcuit Court, 
General Dii^ct Court, and Juvenile and 
Domestic Retotiona Coifft 

Oy^yqyrfiadiecity'gonly court of 
record, with ^xrisdiction in caaea involvmg 
criminal law, civil law, aiul diancory- 'Hiere are 
five CircuitCourt judgea m Vi^inia Beach, each 
appointed to n dfh^ye«r tenn ln[ the QenenI 
lAssembty. The Circuit Cenrt has final aQlha% 
~i the prooeadinii of all e^ aty eourta. 

Court rerards are maintahied in tiie a£Ebe 
' the d^ ^ the Cncoft Court Office hovra 



COURTS" 

Friday. Tabidione: 427-4181. Court aessions for 
the Circuit UNurt begin at 10K)0 AJ4., Mondiqr 
through Friday. 

miademaaiMOTb viaiatiena of dty ordiMmcetL 
minor ciffl auita, and preHmioary hearinss m 
fdony eaeea. In aome civil auiti. General l)istrict 
Court haaiioncunent jurisdiction mtli the 
Orcuit Court Hie Traffic Divirim of General 
Diatriet Court hears all caaea involving traffic 
vidalkna. 

Two fuD-time judgeiL appointed to six- 
year tarma by the General Aambfy, aerve the 
General I^atri^ Coifft One aervea the Traffic 
Division. Part-tfana judges are amMriirted by the 
judges of the Circuit Court The lieric'a ofifice for 
liiaClaneEid ^tikt Court ismen 9K)0 Ail.- 
5.*00 PJi, Mon^-Friday. The Cknml Diatrict 
Court achedidtk M foBows: 

akaffic4^nutf MQndiQr-iifUI^,;2:Q0 PM. 



CrinUnal Court Monday, Wednesday, and 
IridiQr. 10HX)AM.avirCourt: Tueaday and 
Tlnradait, 10:00 AM. 




. jpfoUemasuchaaddld 

cuaMy and child elqniQrt awards and over all 
caaea hivohing persona under eighteoiyeara of 

X (except hi spedal drcumstancee). Unlike 
tf court proeeadnii, which are conducted in 
public aeasion, nooaedii^ of the Juvenile and 
Domeatic Relattone Court are confidential unleea 
tiie preeidfaig judge decides otherwise. 
r Two fidl-thne judges serve the JuvaiQe 
and Domeatic ReUtfona Diatrict Court They'are 
q^poimedlqr the General Aaaembly to rix-^ear 
tetma. Jodgea of the Gbcuit Court ai^oint the 
part-tiine jodlBB te tefms of four years. 

The deik^ office is open 9:00 AM-5:00 
Pal Monday thvBHi^ Friday. Court seaaiima 
hepi«^9dW AlCMondayiiiday; > . 




427-4585 

With a current enrollment of 56,069 
pupils, the Virgima BeacLSchool ^rstem 
is &e second liurgest in the state. Student 
memberi^p, as the following stati^cs 
indicate, has increased dramatically. 



Year 


StttdeBt Memberiliip 


19^-63 


26,683 


im^-e4 


'.^',M( f ><JS7,79^ ' « ' '' 


1964U65 


32,^8 


1966-66 


34,706 


1966-67 


36,644 


1967-68 


38.738 


1968-^ 


41,172 


1969.'70 


433i4 


1970-71 


46,176 


1971-72 


46,792 


1972-73 


47,926 


1973-74 


62,02< 


1974-75 


63,770 


1976-76 


66,612 


1976-77 


66,202 


1977-78 


66,069 



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Sd^ p<dicy is MtaUiahed by an 
eleyra-member School Board appointed by City 
'doundl Terms of each, which are stanared, 
are for tiire^year periods. Board maet^^ are 
hMm tiie ^dTuesday of ea(^ moi^ at 
2:00 p.m. in the Board Room of Uie School 
Administaraticte Building. 

The Siqwrintendent of Schools is the diief 
admiMiteativi rfBcer f& tiie school system. He 
is appointed by members of the School Board. 

S&m^ schools, seven junior high schools, 
and fofty detnenUffy schools omMatute the 
minority of the i^f^m's education facilities. A 
listing (^ each, i^ong with tiie building's 
capacity, date of occupancy, and number of 
dftfsrooms follows: 



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VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



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School 

1. 4S»-iaS5 BayMe Hi|^ 

t. 49B-9m4 BAjrrifc Jndar HIgk 

S. 4S1-M07 c«mi^ 

4. 4S1-S111 FfaMCotoMH^k 

B. 460-1108 iBd^MdcataJuidorHifh 

t. 4S7-SS9a KMam fUih 

1. 497-UM KmpwrBfo High 

5. 42e41«l KravtrOi* 'wdor Hidt 
9. 481>4680 LyMriMivra Judor Higli 

10.480-1071 RuaJualorHi^ 

11. M0-lt81 PrioeeM Abm Hifk 

IS. 4S7-UM PriatoMs Aaa* Aiiydir High 

18, 407-O4e8 V*. BMMh G. for StTwIiv* Luurataf 

14. 4a8-TCS8 Tir^ida B*Mh Jvidw Wi^ 

IB. 4t?'4300 Vlu Beapk Voefetiaa«l-T«db G. , 

18. 481-8183 MaaUnBiMMrtanr 

17. 487-0488 ka^amk ilwMaUrjr 

18. ^-»81 AmiAMd llMiMtnT 
18. 484-M08 Biursiia Bmatwry 

80. 840-5838 BnMkwaod BemraUury 

81. 484-S8tt Collar Purk laMMatury 
88. 4S8-S1M Cook* IlnaMtanr 

28. 487-iaMt Cowrt Hmm BtoairaUry 

24. 486-0478 Ct^i* 'BkmtaUiry 

». Ml-^MB DcyQanratUT 

88. 498-0781 FidrfieM IteiMBtanr 

87. 487-^TO Qnm Sub BcilMitarjr 
28. 484-1811 BerniUge BwBMtary 
28. 487-1880 Holia^ Etommtary 

SO. 497-8181 K*mm Umi^ EltoMatanr 

81. 497-1B08 Kemptvffl* B«B««t«fy 

32. 487-1311 KenptvUfe MAdow* raemeBtwrjr 

33. M0-S131 Kiag't Grant IkMBtMjr 
84 S40-S70S Kb«twi^»Mirt«V 

35< 4«I-70B1 Uddlwa Park BcBMBtBnr 

36. 47-4M0 Luxfoii BoBBBtanr 

37. 340-8880 LyadiivMi EleaiaBtanr 

88. 840-lOM M aHbn Eknaatary 

88. ^0-0508 Nawt9wa Bwd BeMeatanc 

40b 427-8600 Nortk LttdiNt Bm&aiur 

41. 497-8881 (Hd OmmUm BMBaatanr 

48. 497-7811 ftnimriea BaBieBtaty 

48. 487-4(00 Pembroke Maadowa Benaatary 

44. 840-4883 Plaza Ebmafltary 

46. tf7-<M08 ■ F^t O'View BmaaUrjr 
46b 487-1440 Pi^MMa Aaae BffiB«^«nr 

47. 428-1818 SeaMck UmanOMy 

48. 4644811 SkailMk Park 13MBcatar)r 

49. 8«ii-8181 nudte BaaiBBtanr 

80. 484-8018 TtaBB^^eod HeaiaaUiy 

81. 401-tMl TniMwoad BteBMrtary 
88. «M-a8l WUteBla BwBMrtary 

58. U$-»16* WiadMrlMciBlaaMMury 

54. a40.8a88 WiBiMr Wwda HwMAtary 

55. 420-4844 WoolilmA ^Mwnrtuy 

58; 487-4588 SCHOOL ADMIN18TBATI0N BUIUMNG 

57. 488-8888 niU»POIIf ATION OPnCE 

5& 4884688 SCmm. PLAMT OFRCB 

50. 488-1881 Pim(»A8Di6 AKD SUPPLY OPnCB 
80i 48M711 II«?»UCTIOHAL ANNEX 




4888Hky8M*ii«ii*^S8409 
888 Nf#tmi^ ItoMl a84m 
i94e^C^e«l N«ck Read 88454 
IXIiimOaMBaad 88464 
1870 OWHlMLaBa 18488 
JH. 1, Bw SMO {BolBBd Boad) 83456 
VN KM9«vtBa Ba«d«84«i 
MI^>CkiiNUBllrt*t 88408 
180 aa^O^e 83484 
S«p6 jfb l9li^«««ioad 83458 
4400 V^SaMli asotenutd 88488 
Rt. I»4«c r^Waabed. Bd.) 83«8 

888 M. intehdai* BMI ^462 
800 'SStkltoaat 88451 
S8S# NM^ Laadiaf |toad 88450 
1441 S^^ki lliwd 83454 

4738 JaMd^ BaMl 884M , 
(^48 SwtMwna Oriv» 13463 
8848 Bkirddt llMvi SS45S 
001 Sb LjrBBfca**" KiMd 88463 
lllO'BeiririN^ ii«>«d^2S<^ 
BSI^lBtkftMl '83461 
a4niiardkL«itt««md 38450 
m. 4» B^ 401? (Pria. Aaae Bd;KS3467 
1800 Gfeat Neck BoMi 23454 
5488 PjravMeaea Boad 83463 
1300 GiMli Gardm Cir^ 28456 
1701 Plafeaato Bmim Bead 33455 
8840 BaBaad Bead 38453 
^S^KMBfaviBa Boad 33463 
670 Kaai^tvflle Bead 884« 
738 Uiwia Drive 334» 
013 L^ Neck Boad 38468 
3588 JQbW^ OraM Boad 33453 
UlsilNUB &>Ml 33451 
4808 ttorgeod BMd 33455 
310 l^oa Drtva SM5S V 
S4« Bdirtwfk lH#ra 33453 
9^ NewtowB Boad 284a 
2tt8 Nortk Laa^Bg B«|d S94S6 
1008 Ferry PbmtatioB Boad 83455 
468»eilehtfBaid 33483 
BStlMiledha Ol»r«^S8465 
64Matfiaga BiBAMd 33M3 
54M PiUlaBMBt Oriva 88463 
l^feabaard Boad 33458 
411 Hp^Mek Onie 38451 
1700 BfceltWi Read «455 
431 liiMaBlMd 38453 
14440wmMiI Urn 88400 
»0 Uii i t0 MimiMin4M 
888 ftewtvim bad »463 
iNMO Vatfllwpi Di^w »4^ 
gto PlMllbMlW BM. »458 
^iOM PrwtUMMe Bead 834«l ' 
'-P.O. BaxMSS 
(Vb^^ Beadi Moak!^ CmMx) 83458 
1808 ladM* Avcmw 43454 
«1S N. flMMhttk Bead »488 
m n, WkekAwk Boad 334^ 
ili N. WiedMlaek Boad 83463 



Ttttd S^ondary Schod Cm 

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BidWtag 


Dateirf 


Number of 


Capa^y 0«MpaB9 


OluMroeaia 


1726 


1964 


82 


im ; 


1909 


66 


ITil 


1901 
1966 


74 

n 


1400 


1974- 


^ 


1S76 


118 


s 


>;14^ 


'1909 


U 


1400 


1^4 


01 


IMO 


1999 


66 


1600 


WH 


'77 


MM. 


ItTC 


65 


900 


1961 


^-40 


780 
720 


1^ 


29 
29 . 


886 


1964^ 


32 


m 


t^ 


$1 


780- 




29 


S»\ 


19^ 


31 


670 


1900 


26 


440 


1151 


24 


400 


wm 


18 


860 


1966 


30 


810 


1970 


31 


810 


1976 


31 


710 


1964 


34 


780 


1967 


29 


972 


1920 


29 


m 


1901 
1969 


30 
29 


720 


1960 


29 


780 


1966 


29 


816 


1966 


30 


880 


1901 


30 


800 


1963 


30 


^00 


1902 


30 


826 


1970 


31 


810 


1976 


31 


780 


1906 


29 


800 


1962 


30 


826 


1909 


31 


720 


1961 


31 


826 


1969 


31 


706 


1966 


20 


720 


1962 


26 


766 


1964 


20 


866 


1966 


30 


^20 


1968 


29. 


800 


1963 


30 


960 


1901 


34 


^6 


1970 


31 


780 


1966 


29 


840 


1967 


31 



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Any resident of Virginia Beach who will be 
18 years old prior to tne next general election 
may registw to vote. There is no length of resi- 
dence required - one can regirter to" vote on 
the day ota moves to Virgima Beach if 18 pr 
older. However, in order to vote in a specific 
election, one must be registered 31 days pnor 
to that election. For example, to vote in the 
May 2nd city council election, an mdividual 
must have been registered by April let 

The Virginia Beach Electoral Board super- 
vises all elections held in the city and is re- 
sponsible for enforcing election laws. The 
three members of the Electoral Board are ap- 
pointed by the Circuit Court judjjes to serve 
three-year teniis. The Registrar, appomted by 
the Electoral Board, is iMponiible torreguter- 
ing voters,, advising them of Section regula- 
tions, and mahitaimng all election rtoorda. 



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Mections for stete and federal officials are 
held in conjunction with stete and federal 
election resulatimia. 0ty Council elections are 
scheduled^jT 13» IS»t Tuesday in Miy every 
two years. Prtrtiary elt^ia, if necessary, are 
held the Mcond Tuesday in June. 

Voting mai^bes m us6d at all precincte 
in Vix&i Bea<^; toiCNiftMift fE>r tfa»ir use 
are ported at aU polling^&cflp. Special provi- 
sions, such as paper baUot^^iil oe made for 
handicapped voters or for tiiose too iH to reach 
the preonc^ To dMain iqleaal services, or to 
make arrangemints to v0te an absentee baUot, 

conteict t^lle^strar's OiSce. 

After registering to .?iHi, a card is mailed 
informing ydu c^^ hGaHxm of yoiff voting 
precmct. If 3^ la^^i^ you are to v^ 
or if you move to wol^ iQCttum m tiie (»ty, 



VOTER 



contact the Registrar's Office to obtain your 
correct prednct , 

T^e are eif^t locations in the city where 
rea^nte flMy relator to vote. The Registrar's 
Main dffict^ is located at the Prmcess Anne 
Murtcigal Qinplex (see map) (427-4667). 
J^i^i^s^i^^fim are located at the following 
ad^&Boes %oi^out the city: 

tClMUa Vsmi^d Hardware, 237 First Colo- 

Ak|^« G^Ninry. Back Bay, 426-2940 

ftttritifsvi^' PJtftimaqy, KemptviUe Placa 
ShoD^nr Ceater, ^#^-8616 

reiiiDroi^Afibliotia Pharmacy, Aragona 
ShoB^CaBtoc. 497-3575 . _ 

fiay^e Harawara, Bayside Shopping Cen- 
ter, 4^-243t . «. . 

Westen Auto, 600 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
42ftr435t 

TluMa fimiaa, Ltd., Ariaeess Anne Plaza, 
840-1614 



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JaBMidi* A 
Gafflee Ej^mouI Chnnsh 
40tii StrMt it Faeific Avenae 

(2) VIrgiida Beadh - B , ^ , , 
Virginia Beaei Jr. High School 
600 25tii Sbttt 

(8) Virginia Beadi-C^^ . 
Code Elementary School 
15tli A Mediterranean Avenue 

LYNNHAVEN 

(4) LinUuHrn 
Linkhom Pai^ School 
1413 Laskin Road 

(5) Seatack ^ ' 
SeaUck Fire Station 
S. Birdneck Road 

(6) Oceana . . „ „ 
Kn^ts of Celnmbtts HaB 
236 IM Colonial Bead 

(7) Ut^ Neck ' „' . 
Kingiton laementary School 

amXiagi GzaatJload 

(8) Lond^i BM^ , „^ ^ 
/ LondMBrfMeBap^ Church 

2460^0tt«cl|^M» 

(9) Tran«iwod . « ,. , 
Traatwoed BeiMNiinnr School 

2344 lidynnVkw Bond 

(10) Great Neck ^ ^ ; 
J<Aa B. Dey lichoia 
1900 CNat Neck Road 

xSjLwi. Edgar Cayce Ubrary 
67th Stre^ 

(12) Plaaa « „ . , 
L^Biykaven IQementary School 

DOonDrive 

(13) WInitoor Wooda _ , . , 
WIndMv Wfloda Elementary School 

233 Preald«Nitial Boulevard 

(141 MbdBm 

lUritta @tfmentnff Scho^ 
J^2 icni^rgh Drive 

BAYSIDE 

^ bSs^hi ElenMiitenr School 
lOitt^^erry Plntttfon mad 

(16) Ali^na-B „ ^ , 
Ai^ina EleamMiry School 
4^22 |eri<d^ JMM 

(17) 0^Mpeal^ BWid 
^^^SMaMBMdi.Flra Station 

Fteai^Ufe Howie iMd 

(18) Thorottgligood «... 
• Thorough^od ElemenUry School 

1444 Dunston Lane 



(19) Sh^on Park -^ -^ . 
ShdiMi Park Elementary Sishoel 

-. 1700 «wltoa Bend 

(20) Biqrride. ^ ^ , ^ 
i> B»^ Sonentanr School 

66&B«^^Road 
m) Di^CMnler ■, • 

Be^TF. WiBiaaM School 
, 89r Newtown Road 

KlJrfl^VItLE 

(ti) Kempetrille _ ^^ » 

PoM Of View ElemenUry School 
5400 Parttuneikt Drive 

(23) AnNwh*a4\^^ ' ^ . 
AR«H4wad BemenUry SchoM 
SIMHI^SiMttlAanna Drive 

(24) Lari^ir 

KiAimvttb Meadowi Elem. Selwol 

736Bdwlnl>rive 

(25) Wo^htMk 

WMltotocAt Smnentanr School 
^16 ProvidMiee Road 

(26) Kemij^ Lanifing 
EmnM Landing School 
526rftiB«sville Road 

(27) Kempaville High 
Kempeville H^ School 

^^ 574 Eempstille Road 

(l28) Thatta 

Thatta Sementary Sdiool 

421Th^B»Rmd 
(36) HU "Brashmwe . 

Mt. Trashmore Visiton renter 

300 Edwin Drive 

PBIN€ESSANNE 

H^aflNl^temeatanr School 
8340 HoSittd RMd 
(36) ConrttoiiM ^B 

Oowrthottte Fire Station 

(30) Broeki BrMge 

Ban»f Grocery Stord 
Oeeana Boirf^vard 

~(31) &m»% 

BltfaUme Gro^ry Store 
trails 

PUNGO 

(32)Croe^ 

Cree^ Fire Department 
Monris Neck Road 

(33) Cappi Shop . 

Pleasant Rl^e Barber Shop 
PrimeM AuM Road 

BLACEWATfiB 

(34) BlKckwator 

Bl^nrater lire Department 
Blackwater Road 



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U.S. Senate: 

Tbe Hoiioni«0 WiUiMB L SeoH {^ 
3107 Sraatt Qf&t BtfAn 
Wa^DgUm. D.& 2(^10 
Vimmm) 224-2023 

T^ HonoraUe Htfir I. ^^ (D 
417 Sm^ <Mie» Bd&i 
Wi^iBCtim, D.C. 2mi0 
PtoM^) 224-4024 



House of Rmesentelivet: 

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VligNt Bm^'^nriiiuA 23462 
PhoiMs^PM) MO-2^ * 



fmttfk C<mgv9MioniJ Dlitrict 

Tl» Hoi»)raldtBdb«fmir.l>ai^ir. 

410 House Of^^^idliv 
WasUngtoQ, 0.0.^16 
nimt: 1^)225-^^ 

Also:215 PecMl ^ikUiig 

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Virginia General Assenibly 

M tiwltotelei^ Virginia fi^K^ is rq^ 

Assembly is in sesdon, address members at: 

GeneridAs^emUy Building 
910 Cai^tol Street 



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(804) 340-OOU 



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CITY MANAGERS 

Mr. W. R, Ha jchWt 1968-1968 - ? 

Mr. Roger M. Seott 19^1974 

Mr. G«orge L. Hanbury 1974-PrMeiit 

miBUC SCHOOLS 

Mr. Frank W. Cox 1963.1968 

Dr. Ekiward E. Brickell ISiS-Ihresent 

Conttltutloiial Offlctrs 
CITY SHERIFF 

Mr.4ohii.Marr 1963-1973 
Mr. a J. I^ith 1974-Pxtiait 

CITY TREASURER 

Mr. V. A. Ethoridie 1963-1977 
Mr. John t. Alidoion 1978*PrM0Dt 

CLERK OF COURT 

Mr. John V. FfBtnaa 1963-PlMMt 

COMMISSIONER OF fttVENUE 

Mr:,Ivan D. Mqip 1963-PniWt 

COMMQNWEM.TN't ATTOmiEY 

Mr. RobeiiL Simpeion 1963-1967 
Mr. Andit Evans 1968-PrMant 

•ThepotUwni^ftlmafyCbriACkrkofCiitiiitCmtweri 
ty tto MwnrMwMHrf wMi MB 

AppolnMOmeialt 
CITY ATTOmiEY 

Mr. Gmtm W. VOoa 1963-1966 
Mr. Hany T. ManbaU 1965-1970 
lir. JJ}«Ie %M0D 197D-ProaNit 



Cmr CLERK* 

Mr. J^V.Fmtress 1963-1968 , 
Mr. Riofaard J. Webbon 1968-^rMettC 

HIGH CONSTABLE 

^ Mr. Rai^McChasney 1963-19^ 
Mr. Hoaoa ShMqr 1972-1978 
lAr. TboBaaa Wanll978-Pnaaat 

REAL ESTATE A^^WR 

Mr. W. W. ConntU, Jr. 1967.1969** 
Mr. Clyda N. M«ritt 196a-PMieBt 

INEPARTMENT OF AGRICUITWE 

«# Diractor: Mr. Richard CodnB 
19^Pn8Mit 

KPARTMENT OF DATA 
FMC^MNQ 

mw^ Mr. C. ^i^niam Smith, Jr. 

IMPMTMENt (M^ ^K^iOIMC 
DI^^I^MENT 

IHMaan JiK A. Jimaa D^^i 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Diractor: Mr. GileaG. Dodd 
1963-Pie8eiit 

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE 

IHmkm CUaf SdiNffd A 'Subba" 

Bi9iien9724974 

€3ii^Hafry E D^zel 1974-Pre8rat 

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL 
SERVICES 

Diradot; Mr. C Oral Lambert, Jr. 

•19»4»ie 

Mr. Reevae E. Johnson 1976-Praflait 



I^ARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH 

Diicebr: Dr. James \l^dliam8, M.D. 

1968.Wn 

Dr. Jean DowBog, M.D. 1971-1974 
Dr/JalBB.AraN^ Phd. 1974-1917 
Mr. ttMvmlM. (^dlum 1977-Praaelit 



DEPARTMENT W PARKS Ik 
REOIEATION 

IHiaelor. Mr. Harold S. Whitditiist 
l^M-Pnaaot 



DEPARTMENT OF PERMIT^ ft 
INSPECTIONS 

Diractor: Mr. RobortR. Loim 
•1976-Pra8Mit 

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL 

Director. Mr. E. AUen Cuhreriiousa 

1963-1971 

Mr.- Aubrey V. Watta, Jr. 19714975 

Mrs. Phyllis A. Httdiler 1976-I^e8ent 

DEPARTMENT OF PUNNING 
Director.: Mr. Maaoi Gtm»gt 

Mr. PalrMi L.StaiifiBgl968-19n) 
Mr. Oiariaa Carrington 1970-1975 
&&. Robert J. Scott 1975-Pte8eBt 



INEPARTMENT OF POUOg 

ttrector: C%ief JannE. liboia 

1963.19® 

Chi^ WlUiam W. Davia 1969-Pn8ent 

imPARTM^T OF PUm.K: HEALTH 

tractor: Dr. Madbi May 1963-1974 
m. William B. (^inrferd 11^4-1977 
I^. Geoiga C. S^i^ind 1978-fta8e^ 

oiggimEirroFpyMJC 

L^mib 

IXnebK: 1^ Mttpoet C. Bad* 



Mr. Edwin S. Oay, III 1970-1975 
Blra. Martha J. Sims 1976-fte8eBt 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 

UTILITIES 

Dife<^. Mr. Lewis Smith 1963-1967 

Mr. A. Worth Pet^ 1967-1970 

Mr. AiAr^r V. Watts, Jr. 1976-Pre8ent 

DEPMITMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

I^eeton Mr. Richard WaUKm 
1963-1965 

Mr.CharlipKaeyl965-19« 
Mr. Waiiam flanunf 19«9-t976 
* Mr.aOralLamben^Jr,t97l-Present 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL 
SElmCES 

DNetor: lbs. Frances a Ebod 

• Wlat i^u mw nt tm fomei 

.R^aoLE COURT .nmd^ 

tl» HoDotaUa L T^avisBkincli 

1963-1965 

TIalbiiofabte R^MTtB. CnmweQ, Jr. 

A19. 19«S-])ec. 1965 

1t»%ilorable PhBI^ L Roaaa 

19664979 

tlie RoaonMaMiiy^aiiiit 1966-1970 

The Homsrtia Thomaa Bali 1970-1971 

The HoMrritfa Kamielii Whit^urrt 

WdhWn \ 

The Hsiidfi^bla Frederick P. Aucamp 



Th#HeiioraUi Kennetii Whit^iuflt 
191^preamt 

GENERAL DIBTRK^T COURT 
JUIHIES 

The HoaorafalaTraviaBrandi 

19^-1966 

The H^!i^ J. Davis Reed 1963-1966 

Tlie HoDorrile Josq>h James Davia 

^ 1966-Del. 1966 

Tia Ifoaisi^ PUfip Russo 1966-1970 

The BraoraMa P. E White 

The H<m(»atta Henry L Lam 

1969-1973 • 

The SnittnMe C(8i8tentine A. 

^pB^tfa 1975-Present 

Tlia Hononybfoi R. L. Smpeon, &. 

1976-PrMent 

CIRCUIT ^^^M>GE8 

The flMMiittiB^berti W^ibb^r. 
19ii-Bmil^ 



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we8496r 

11i^(»oiii^^NB^)«i;eW.'VMna 

t96T4974 

The Ifononbte Paul Addas 1967-1976 

The HoBofiMe Phiffip L RoBse 

1970^Preaattt 

The HonoraUe Austin B. Owen 

t^^^Pi^MSl 

TtefieiiUNe &iiiy L. £mb 

lintf rraiaiit 

The Hooonbb Qeaqpi W. Vdna 

1979-FiNMMit 



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twtbu a fffffitiltiBt w to ngtiiitt ^'tftftfef W 

ClS^WicM^tion jMBoe at WmU. 

mn tilUM^ ilniMgii f^y mOmm to 9:00 p.m. 
and Sa^^lQf V^m Bw^^h^frnM^^ P-°^* 

Pun^iaMtf M tba Oty Tnaiiiiw'aMB^tfc 0£Sc« houn 
are 9H» aJa. • S.'OO p.m. Mm^^^kKon^iftiiKy. 

Locrtjww anK 

Mm^sfaial Gnter 

PJWOK 427-4446 
^ raMM Aana IUm^ i^ iC^pmilla' lUld • 

KffliptvlUa 

Phont: 497-3573 . /- . 

19th Strael aod Arctic Av^. - Be^k Bor4i4^' ' 

liajmod S^IH;niH( Center -off tndeiM^dence ^ 

BouMvard 

Phone: 464-9^ 

Refute Cottle^ AQfl pMi>of^. 

To fini out nim» odlactbn di^ia^a iM9tu»iIar 
,Beb^iboriiood «r to lemMi fat a.nMial iwdE-«ra of laife 
^naoD the IHABe wQ^a R^Sl^^ 
at42742Ql/ ; ^ . 

The Reftiae DfatoMl tandfiBltloeitid^ Ciatervflle 
TunqMke. llMir phine iHunber ia 4f4ntl00.: 

RedEitfte ^ 

Tolbui oat tfaeweiiad ^wofyow pioperty caU tibe 
Real Estate Aeacaeor^a (^ce at 427§^m, 
t To find oiM tbe ttM M a flpedfiej^ of ] 
call tiie QwiTniWHonef (rf tomne'e WMdH^te i 
427-4386. 



Personai Prpp«^ 

In^nraatkn <m dieWiouirt 

by alliagjii^o^^iSS 
Ptofiertytax DI^od at 0! 



tax to 




State Incraie Tfoi i 

Fef nfonnatitti call die Coauoiiwionw of Reveniw'i 
StatiifiiHime Ti^Diviuon 8(^427-4483;^ 



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Phone: 464-2431 

Mm. Jeannette Scarborou^ 
Wertem Auto 

600 Vfagii^ Bead! Boubvard 
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To find (Hit how to redster childrmi in ediool, 
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Office at 427^4611; 



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Wator amr Selnf en. ) v / 

PuUic Utilitiee Cuetomer Service Diviaon handles all 
in^ and eewer eqme^tiopli ajiii UUing. Call 427-4631. 

Voter Regbtratioii 

To register to vote contact ^ G«aral Renstrar'a 
Office or |o to (Bie of the Assistant Regis^ars. 

General Rf^t^llir 

Princess Anne ^umcipal Center 
Phone:427-4667 

Afltilitla^ Riigistrars: 

Mr. H. E F^^il, Mrs. Maijorie Taylor 
Oceana Feed k Hardware Co. 
237 First Cdonial Road 
Phone: 428-1351 



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Mra-TluHnae 
.Thomas House LTD 
Princess Anne Plaza 
Phone: 340*tfltl4 

Mr. C. J. Anaell 

Ans^ Grocery - Back Bay 

Phone:426-2940 

Mr. Robwt Qybtihi 

KempeviUe Pharmacy 

327 Kanpeville Plaza Shopping Ceiiinr 

Phone:497-3676 , ! , 



Tivee tdq^ume emnpanies service the City of Vii^jinia 
Beach: ' i^ h':- 

ChesapMdM^ihd Potomai; T^iphene 

For residential service call 486-9911 ^ 

Contuwital Td^plMne Company <tf Virpnia 
2647 Princess Anne Road H^v ' /P 

For leeideatial service call 427-9911 

Norfi^ t^ duplina Telephone Cdtnbany ' 
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State Lkente Platei Imd IMiilf ^ ^ > 

Licenge'"''^' !■•'-■ .>t 

For tttfttttidoi iMiintaot die: 

Cmnmcmwealth of Virginia 
Divuiim of Motor Veluelea ^ • ' - v 

'229 Mustang Trail . . ,;) 

PI«iiisr4W^9l9 . 

Electric and Gat Service 

The City ti sArvfoed by one 'de<^c oompai^:i i 4 > ^ 

VirBaiȣli|Bfric JVid Power Company 

626TQ^^iial Road 

For informatum m cmnectiiur to service 

caB428^^ 

Newtpapari; 

Dailf aiiiip^itn 

The l^rginian-Pilot and The Ledger-Star 

4605 Virginia Beach Boulevard * 

For hoifte deUvtty call 446^181 \ 

Weekly iieiirapftp«r ■ 

Virginia Beadi SUN r 

138 S. Rosemont Road 

For home deliv«7 call 48^-3430 ,-■ ' ' 



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52nd Ye9r, No. 17 
Virginia Bcacb.Va. 



The (^cial People's Paper 
Serving the wwld^^rgest resort city 

Pablished for the week ending May 10, 1978 



Two sections 
15 cents 



my 6.7 



Sun Days come to Beach 



f.*-, 



By Pam Vandevecr 
SUN News Editor 

Solar energy shine on in ! 

The worid's first solar heated dog house and solar 
heated recreational vehicle will be only two of the sunny 
exhibits on hand when Virginia Beach hosts Tidewater's 
first Sun Day Festival this weekend. 

National Sun Day, celebrated May 3, was the in- 
^iration for the event and Mayor Clarence Holland has 
declared May 6 and 7 to be Sun Days in Virginia Beach, 
to be observed with "appropriate activities and 
ceremonies that will demonstrate the potential of solar 
energy." 

Lee D. Cohen, president of the newly formed 
tidewater Solar Energy Association, has been appoin- 
ted coordinator of the event, which will be held in front 
of the "Solar Home" at i?ox Hill in Creep Run on the 
oornw of Lynnhaven Parkway and Araberly Forest 
Road. 

In addition to the world's first solar heated dog house 
and solar heated recreational vehicle, student solar 
exhibits will be oa display. The Virginia Beach library 
department will provide free information on energy 
omservation. 

There will be filni and slide shows on solar energy 
utilization in the area, and a solar domestic hot water 
q^em mobile unit wiU be on display. 

Agricultural displays, greenhouses, a solar "Gizmo" 
oODtest and workshops on building and installing solar 



coltectors will at$o be a part of the days' events. VPI exr 
tension agent Bi|rbara Woods of Virginia Beach wilf be!| 
on hand with additional information . 

/>Mi just to lend the proper atmosphere to the affair, 
the Navy Band will be on hand to play "sun songs." 
"You Are My Sunshine," "sunshine on My Shoulder," 
"Never on Sunday," "Here Comes the Sun," and 
"Tequila Sunriu" are just examples. The list goes on 

and on. 

"" ". 

Interest in solar energy in Tidewater is definitely 
booming-. The area has the lar^st concentration of 
solar heated and solar hot water homes in the state. 

Solar energy has be«i found to be technicidly 
feasible, economically sound and environmentally a^ 
tractive. Moreover, it's abundant, dependaljle and free. 

There are many different ways solar energy can be 
harnessed. There are solar hot water systems andsdl|u- 
heatihg and cooling systems. Solar cells convert sunlight 
directly into electricity. 

Solar space heating and hot water systems are also 
economically feasible when the cost over the life of the 
system is compared with conventional 
systems. 

If the idea of using solar energy has you intrigued and 
you'd like to know more, then this weekend is an event 
you won't want to miss. 

Hours will be 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. both days. The 
Virginia Beach Jaycees will be selling food and drink, 
and there will be free parking. 





A cumprfbensive sex education 
proitram in Beach schools may be, 
in store for grades kindergarden 
Hirough twelth grade. Beach 
residents expressed their opinions 
to the SUN in an informal survey 
onpageB-1. 

It's time for hoi dogs, popcorn anh^ bascbaN...and 
Plaxa boys baseball kicked off Ibeir Ifason wllll i 
parade. Photos are on page A 12 and A 13. \. 

The SUN staff braved the Northeaster laM week to 
capture storm moments. Photos are on page A>IO 




Puppies dash successfully 
with SUN classified ads 



Woodstock talent is inside 

Yvoiie EUbnan't "H I Can't Have You" waa per- 
fomnlii by AHeen Ardlla from the thini graile. 



Those part dachshund 
puppies dashed right away 
with the classified ad in 
the Virginia Beach SUN. 

Sue Fuller of Chat- 
tanooga Drive, Chesa- 
peake, happily sold her 
four puppies to good 
homes. 

"I sold four puppies in 
two days," said Ms. Fuller 



"and everyone who (»Ued 
showed up." 

"1 guess because local 
people receive the paper 
and read it, I got a lot of 
response." 

Whatever needs to be 
sold, sell it through the 
SUN classified pages. Qill 
481-3477. 






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Signs, signs, eyer^^rp signs 




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ByLeeCahill 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 



Over the week-end political signs mushroomed all 
over the city on public rights of way and public property 
-aUiyegal. 

Conncilwoman Meyera oferndorf Monday after- 
noon said at an informal meeting of Council that the 
ordinance prohibiting political signs on public property 
and pubUc rights of way was a "bad law" since it ap- 
pafentfy was unenforceable. 

The signs supportwl the council candidates of the five 
incumbents and Betty Romulus. 



Among the incumbents listed is Vice Mayor Patrick 
L. Standing, who, at the start of the cam|»ign had 
made a special appeal to see that the sign wdinances 
were obeyed. As a r«ult the city administratiooaent let-" 
ters to all the candidates informing them of the law. 

Mrs. Oberndorf said that she received numo-eus calls 
about the signs over the week-end and went out to see 
for herself. 

Signs were posted, she said, on the median strip of 
Independence Boulevard, at the corner of Wesleyan 
Drive and Northampton Boulevard, Northampton 
Boulevard, one-fourth mile west of Holiday Inn on the 
east bound side, Northampton Boulevard opposite 

(Continued to paK« A 3i 



French welcomed by leach 



J ByLeeCahill 

Public Affairs Writer 

A quafter million Frenchmen can't be wrong - for 
Virginia ^cach, N'est-ce pas? 

So Virginia Beach wants those French-speaking 
Canadians who visit the resort each summer to feel right 
at home. Oty manager George L. Hanbury said that 
some of them speak no English. Besides, whoever heard 
of a Frenchman who didn't prefer to speak French? 

Thia summer the over a quarter million Fren- 
ch/Cahadians who visit the Beach will be greeted by 
signs reading: 



Bienvenue a Virginia Beach - Welcome to Virginia 
Beach. 

And as they depart, they'll see signs which read: 

Bon Voy^e au plaisir de vous revoir chez nous which 
can be loosely translatwl into, " Y'all come bi^ck, 'hear? 
Or, more conventionally, "Goodbye, until we have the 
pleasure of seeing you again at our place." 

After Hanbory explained the signs to city council at 
the informal s«ision Monday afternoon, Vice Mayor 
Patrick L. Standing had queiques mots of caution. 
"Let's not do what (President) Carter did, and check 
the grammer"to sec if everything is correct. Standing 
was referring to the Carter visit to Poland when th| 

lOuntinued lo page A -3) 



Two tennis pros, better than one 



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Gulermo \^as 



ByStaceyEnesey 
SUN Correspondent 

Ion Tuiac and Guillermo Vilas are |MX>ving that two 
heads are better than one. l^h men are tennis 
professionals who couldn't swm to win big on their own 
but are becoming an unbeatable duo together. 

The pair were in Virginia Beai this past wwk and 
were practicing at the Virginia |^u:h Racquet Club. 
Tiriac is the touring pro and coach for the club and was 
responsible for coaching VUas to the No. 1 position in 
the world last year. 

Vilas said that he doesn't pay mudi attention to the 
rankings because each tennis organization ranks people 
differently and there is no one authority. The rankings 
are largely based on the outcome of the major tour- 
naments and the smalkr ones are hurdly considered. 

•i think that it is difficult to analyze matches and 
thai make rankings. It is not ct^v to me what the 
rankings are bas^ on," Vilas said. 

Vilas said he plans to keep on winning tournaments 
but he is not going to play in as many as he played in last 
year. He plans on playing in mew? s^al events and 
tournaments which are not part of t^ Grand Prix. 

"I'm taking it east, he explain^ "I'm not going to 
e^et as many tournaments as I did last year. It's good 
to have a ret. I was exhausted last ^n- from pla^ng so 
much. By taking it slower. I can ^ay for two to three 
^ars at this pace. I sten't care lAout rankings. I'm 
playing about half as mwdi thifc y»r « I played latt 
yeas" ^ 

Vilas 4>layed in 43 ma^ touriMnents last year. He 
won 57 niatch» in a «w on ctay courts and 44 con- 
^nitive tournament victoria on aU surfaces. This is the 
longest winning skein in tainis hlMiry «nc«'1968. But 
he didn't do it on his own. riri«c hdped him con- 
sicferably. 

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yn^IN|i^ HC^CH ^Uj^g WEIJI^ESqAY, MAY 3, 1»78 



The inner sense of a car 

I think my our knows I'm trying to sell it. 

Everytime I have someone iiome over to check out 
Betsy's fine points, and possibly take her home for their 
very own, she gets back at me. 

For example, this nice teenage boy came over last 
week. He was very excited when he got behind the 
wheel. There was this gleam in his eye which signaled to 
me that he was out looking to buy his first car. 

Maybe Betsy got nervous tryipg to imagine what it 
would be like to have a rookie behind the wheel of an 
old timCT. Anyway, I had this bad feeling of what was to 
come when the boy turned the ignition switch and the oil 
light came on. 




Jeofi <eolo# 

SUN Editor J 



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"What, does that mean", he naively asked. 

Trying to be cool, I explained that sometimes Betsy 
lost just 'Ueensy amounts" of oil. 

Almost immediately the boy's father jerked him out 
of Betsy and zipped away in their 1976 Cadillac. 

I was kind of disappointed in the whole episode, but 
consoled myself with the fact that Betsy wasn't really 
ready forhot dates and drag races. Although it bothered 
me, I still had not caught on to Betsy' act. 

A few days later, this^^ice little 'olc lady, gran- 
dmotherly type, came by^ look at Betsy. The lady 
couldn't believe the "wonderful" gas mileage, the "cute- 
size and "darling" interior. I became elated at the com- 
parison figuring this lady and Betsy were meant for each 
other. 

The lady wanted a test ride and when she hit the ac- 
celerator, Betsy took off like she did in the old days, 
before the rebuilt engine, burned valves and blown hrad 
gasket. But in between the speed were putts, jerks and 
hesitations. The lady came back rubbing her neck and 
limping. 

Of course, Betsy was fine once I started to drive her. 

Even after this I kept trying. Each time she ran out of 
gas, water and air; cut off in the middle of the inter- 
state, rush hour trafflc and Atlantic Avenue; and the 
windshield. wipers squeeked, the brakes squeeked and 
the tail pipe rattled and squeeked. 

Finally, I took the hint. Betsy likes me and likes being 
my car. 

The only thing I can't figure out is why she can't stay 
clean; 

h ■ 

j Dialing for summer jobs 



WiginiaBeadi^ 



opinton 




Sweeping out council chamb9rs...po$t • election pleasure 



Letters 



Noise pollutes the air 

I used to have a car in which the radio didn't 
work. It drove me crazy to drive around in a 
quiet car. 

I had ; to turn on the stereo first thing in the 
morning, and at night I loved to sit under the 
comforting drone of my hairdryer while the 
television blared away. 

Maybe the yearning to be surrounded by 
sound was the result of living in a too quiet 
house, and spending days in too quiet 
classrooms. 

But today I find myself plagued by a 
problem of , the opposite extreme -- too muph 
noise. 

Although working in a newsroom is often 
hectic, it's not too noisy. It's the noises that we 
often take for granted as necessary that have 
b«:ome bothersome ~ the motors, the chain 
sawMhcJdtchen blenderythe lawn mowers, 
the truck tires. \ 




^ofli Yondeyeer 



-SUN News Editor -J 



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Prolonged exposure to a noise level of 70 
decibels can lead to an eventual hearing loss. 
But look at the everyday noises we encounter 
that go over 70 decibels: a garbage disposal, 
garbage trucks, sirens, car horns, kitchen 
blenders, home appliances, electric tools, jets, 
rock bands, a baby's scream, stereos and 
televisions are all culprits. 

Once lost, hearing will not, return. But 
hearing loss is not the only result of exposure 
to loud noises. Noise causes stress. And stress 
can cause many bodily disorders, including 
irritability, fatigue, mental fogginess, tension, 
depression. 

It is not a pretty picture. But it is true that 
we have gradually come to accept louder 
noises as being comfortable. Air pollution is 
not tolerated, but noise pollution is. 

Next time you find yourself having to shout 
at the person next to you in order to be heard, 
take heed. Common sense will tell you you're 
exposing yourself to too much noise. 

There are many noises we can do nothing 
about, but we do have some control. And I 
have found that since I now own a car with a 
radio that works beautifully, I drive in silence. 



The annual Dialing for 
JotM aiiiiiinef youth enliloj^ 
ment eaoqpaign began Tim«- 
day. May 2. in the City HaO 
Annex building at. 1917 
Arctk AvMiue. 

Mmnbera of the Mayw's 
Youth Councfl will be at the 
office from 9 a.m. to 6 pjs. 
wed( di^s through May 12 
to SDiwn* the telqitoMi 
and take naplojmeiit ^q^ 
atima from young peqde. 
AppUeants nuiy alw q^ fai 
person at the (^ke iHiidi it 
behind the Dome. 

Dialing for Jdbi b ipw- 
aond by the yooUi eouMfl 
and the Vhiiaia Enq^- 
mmt ContrnJarion (V^j in 
eooperatioB wiA ^Qiiam- 
ber ai CoauMrei and tlie 



STOP nvaniiation. 

-Thfe Chamber of Cotf^ 
merae hai sooi^t the cooi>- 
eration of budneaa finos, 
primarily in the resort area, 
in providing aamowr em- 
ptoyment opportanities for 
the city's ymmg p«q>Ie. In 
1977 the fampalgn received 
675 ippUcatiaiia and was 
rMpofuible for placing 167 
yotmf people io jcka within 
the two-wert perfanl. 

The Dialing for Jobs' 
tekiAoDe mnaber wiD be 
displayed in the public 
schools. The number is also 
avafl^le tbroug^ bforma- 
tkm (411). Hw office w|U be 
iterated by tiie VGC until 
Sept. 29. 



fieaoKi sef v^ducat/on p/anf <l^ppose'd VjResrmnt 



Editor, Virginia Beach SUN: 



Owl Creek Tennis Center 
expands night hours 



The lA^r^ boors at the Owl Cntk Musical l^mia 
Cmfim hav* been eiqianded to 11 pjn. for ^U pli^. IIm 
fees iiaradnlta are 18 p«- court hour, junion (18 aaid under), 
and seniors (60 and over), $1.S0 per court hdur. 
Reserv^liMia are reqimrted. Tirabe courbme avaflaUe for 
1^, aD wtth quartz Us^ting. Bode ti^etrare available lor 
^ far flitera eewrt hmirs jiaj. 

Rate dMi^iea have takw |riaee at both munieq»l gdf 
eoartes: tb^ are as foBoira: Red Wbg Gktf Coarse 
weekdays • 9 b(des - $8 and 18 holes - $6. WeokeDd IMS at 
Red Wing are $8 JO for 9 hdes and $6 for 18 hoiis. Bow 
Creek Gfltf dooree fees are ^ JO far 9 holes and |« far 18 
hdes on weekitays. We^nd fses are 18 for 9 holsa and 16 
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Why should we serve the dumb idols of secular 
humanism to put our children through the fires of 
Moloch? 

I can think of no better description of this plan for so- 
called sex education for the children of Virginia Beach, 
kindergarden through twelth grade, as propNOsed by the 
Virginia Beach Citizens for Responsible Sex Education. 

Through sensitivity training, group-think and the 
"God is dead, man is all" philosophy ([>ewey, Spock, et 
al) the public has been convinced that the state owns 
the child: That the parent is merely the caretaker for the 
state and both should bow to the will of the state via 
HEW and its guidelines (laws) for the education of their 
children. 

The glowing examples of red-China and red-Rus^a 
are paraded before future educators in our university 
schools of education, ODU for »ample, as so much 
farther advanced and ahead of this country with its 
"childish" dependence and trust in constitutioniU law. 
Let's give the devil his due. When Russia outlawed rocl; 
music the juvenile crime rate went down. 

Confusion reigns! Lawlessless in the schools is the 
chief concern of teachers and administrators, n(H 
academics. Educators are now content to settle for a 4th 
grade reading level upon graduation . 

None of this makes any good sense, so far. But §et 
this! In their mad determination to destroy our in- 
stitutions, the «» do-gooders, busy-bodia and 
humanitarians would have us believe that the (^ly 
solution to the problems of Godless, lawless society ^ to 
teach children and teach parents how to tcMh thdr 



chilcken, all the body parts, how they fit together and 
how they operate. And how to correci "errors" in 
judgment or calculations concerning procreation and 
personal relationships; as though human beings were 
mere machines to be manipulated or animals to be bred 
or destroyed according to fitness for survival or 
reproduction, according to the needs of the state. 

Also of dubious value are the value-carlification skills 
to be taught, based on the shifting sands of situation 
ethics, which deny all absolute standards for truth and 
right behaviour. "Do it if it feels good" of "if it affirms 
one's existence" is the norm here. 



My father was a great sex educator. He taught me two 
things "out behind the barn". I learned to fear the Lord 
4umI I learned that sex is sacred, not secular. 

The Virginia Beach Citizens for Responsible Sex 
Education, for all their Utopian fevor, should dejMUt 
from their "Animal Farm" and "Brave New World" 
philosophy, and turn to the principles of personal 
responsibility and limited government, and the law of 
liberty which is in Christ Jesus and our U.S. Con- 
stitution. 



Taxpayers Beware! You will be wasting and losing 
your money, your children, and any remaining local 
adult control of ycHir public schools if this plan is adop- 
ted. 



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VIRGIJS^A BEACH SUN D iVEONESDAY, MAY 3, 197S 3A 



...political Signs 



il'ontmufeil from pHgi- A l» 

Pandora Drive, Northampton Boulevard and Shell 
Road on the north side, Northampton Boulevard and 
Iiulepaidence, east bound, Shell Road and Independen- 
ce, Independence off Curlew Drive at Princess Anne 
Park and the right of way. North Landing Road, the 
Rock Church by Hardee's and others. 

She said later that "if we have laws we should all obey 
them." 

Mrs. Obemdorf supported tht candidacy of Barbara 
Henley against Councilman Floyd E. Waterfidd Jr., for 
the Pungo seat. o 

Councilman John A. Baum, who was not up for 
re-election said Monday that^the candidates are not 
ahvays rraponsible for putting up signs. "The people 
who work for you get enthused." 

City manager George L. Hanbury said that crews 
were sent out Monday morning. He said that the sign 
ordinance enforcement was the responsibility of the 
Department of Inspections which does not work over 
the week-end. 

Councilman George R. Ferrell said the law was "no 
worse than any other law." 

Councilman John R. Griffin, whose name appeared 
singly on some of the illegal signs and along with the 
five incumbents, on others, remarked that the law was 
"only broken every two years." 



Rose Hall realtor wants commission 



i ByLeeCahill 
Public Affairs Writer 

A realtor who says that he was nsponsiUe for finding 
a tenant for the city-owned Rose Hall house thinks the 
city owes him a coqimission. 

Robert Porter, who wiU operate a crafts shop at Rose 
Hall, Mgned a lease with the city on Dec. 27, 1977 
agredng to pay $1,370 a month rent plus 10 percent of 
the gross receipts. 

Attorney Bruce Murphy, representing his father, W. 
L. Murphy, Jr., Monday afternoon asked city council 
to pay the claim w^ich would amount to approximately 
$75 a month over t|»e five-year period of the lease. 

His fathw, Mufphy said, had asked city manager 
George L. Hanbury to prepare a second lease for Mur- 
phy's commission ^ut was refused. _ 

Murphy said that during preliminary discussions with 
A. J. DeBellis, director of the Department of Economic 



Development, DeBellis said that the city paid a 10 per- 
0Sft commission only on sale but would pay five percent 
ottsmission on leases. 

^urphy claimed that his father and Jerry Broadway, 
iffliustrial rqjresentative in the Department of 
Economic Development, arranged for a meeting with 
Porter in June 1976. As a result. Porter ultimately 
signed a lease with the city, Murphy said. 

Murphy said that the city accepted his father's ser- 
vices in bringing Porter to the city, but will not witw an 
addendum to the lease to provide compensation. 

Hanbury said there was no written agreement and 
that the city had no policy on commissions for leasn. 
Hanbury said he learned from Porter that he first met 
Murphy when he purchased a home through him and 
that his impression was that Murphy's efforts in getting 
the city and Porter together were based on friendship. 
Hanbury said that Porter was not aware that Murphy 



was acting as a realtor. Hanbury said that the city 
assumed that Murphy "was giving his services volun- 



tarily as other citizens do." 

Bruce Murphy said that Murphy's ef fortr werr^r 
business and that the first time he met Porter was in 
1976. He added that the law does not require a written 
agreement. 

DeBellis said that the oammission requested by Mur- 
phy would come to $720 a year during the five year lease 
plus 10 percent over a certain gross. 

Porter has asked the city to deduct from the city's 
share payment for Murphy. 

Councilman Robert R. Cromwell Jr. said that city 
council is once again being asked to be a court. "I'm 
sure we want to do everything proper for Mr. Murphy 
and for file city." 

The matter was referred to city attorney Dale Bimsor 
for a recommendation. 



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American interpreter committed some unforgettable 
faux pas ~ not to mention mistakes. 

Hanbury said the city had checked with the French 
consul to make sure the langauge was accurate. 

Noting that the French use the metric system, Coun- 
cilman J. Henry McCoy suggested that it might be a 
good time to incorporate the metric system in distance 
signs, too, like Chesapeake. 

Metric didn't make it, however. After all, a little 
rrench can go a long way at a Virginia Beach council 
neeting. 



Ordinance considered 
to protect home owners 



ByLeeCahill 

SUN PubUc Affairs 

Writer 

The city of Virginia 
leach is considering an 
irdinance to protect 
uture new home owners 
rom having houses built 
lose to a major thorough- 
are. 

The problem came up 
hiring the widening of 
4orth Plaza Trail when 
ome Kings Point home 
niyers didn't realize until 
hey moved in that there 
vas as little as 20 feet bet- 
veen the road and their 
lomes. 

City planner Robert 
Scott said the city would 
reconunend for areas 
zoned R-1, R-2 and R-3 



that the 50-yard setback 
required for both front 
and back yards (back yar- 
ds are considered as front 
yards too, under the 
present ordinance) be 
changed to have a smaller 
setback - 30 feet ~ from 
the neighborhood street 
and the larger setback ~ 
70 feet from the thorough- 
fare. 

In neighborhoods zoned 
R-4 and above where lots 
are smaller and the front 
yard setback already is 30 
feet, he said to reduce that 
further would be unaccep- 
table. He said the change 
would have to be made at 
the site planning stage and 
that the city will have to 
require lots to be platted 
20 feet deeper. 



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Public assistance considered for damage 



ByLeeCahill 
SUN PubUc Affairs Writer 

Can public funds be used to protect private property? 

City manager George L. Hanbury told city council 
Monday afternoon at an informal session that his staff 
will try to determine what assistance can be given beach 
front areas which sustained extensive damage from last 
week's northeaster. 

Councihnan R.lL. Riggs had asked whether a sand 
replenishment program could be undertaken at San- 
dbridge which suffered $1.5 million of damages of the 
total $2.6 million damages in the city. 

He said that he toured the area after learning from 
Clyde Merritt, city assessor, that assessments at San- 
dbrldge would have to be reduced by 73 percent on the 
2900 and 3000 blocks of Sandbridge because of the ex- 
tensive damage. Sandbridge residents pay $100,000 in 
real estate taxes ^d Hanbury said, the city collects 
$36,000 in rental t^es in the area. 

Riggs said that the residents are paying the one per- 
cent sales tax for rentals, but are not deriving any 
benefits. He suggested a committee be formed to help or 
the land assessment will have to be reduced. 



Hanbury said that one of the main objections of the 
U.S. Corps of Engineers, which replenishes the beach 
on the resort strip, is that the ocean front in Sandbridge 
is privately owned, while the ocean front at Virginia 
along the resort strip in the Beach Borough is publically 
owned. 

Hanbury said, however, that although the Sandbridge 
beach is privately owned, the public uses it. 

Owners have objected to the city's overtures to 
acquire a public beach, he said, and some have even 
requested that no one use the beach . 

Hanbury said the city actually doesn't even have the 
right to enforce the dog ordinances on the beache^'that 
front the private homes. He said that with the develop- 
ment in Sandbridge, especially the commercial 
development, circumstances may be changed enough to 
extend some assistance to the area's beaches. He said, 
however, that the $36,000 collected in Sandbridge can 
hardly be compared to the millions collected on the 

Beach strip. 

Councilman Robert R. Cromwell Jr., said that if 
anything is to be done, Chesapeake Bay beaches should 



be included, too. "If you're looking into isolated areas, 
you're looking for trouble," he said. 

Hanbury said that he will soon recommend a three- 
day-a-week garbage collection at Sandbridge to accom- 
modate the rental properties. An extra collection on 
Saturday will be recommended during the holiday 
season. Most tenants Irave on Saturday while new 
tenants usually arrive on Sunday. 



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GOP's set fund raiser 



The Republican party of Vii^jnia Beach will h<rid its 
fourth annual fund ifaiaing dinner on Friday evening May 6, 
at the Lake Wright Motel. 

Cocktails wiU be po^ed bom 6:80 to 8 p.m. and a silent 
auction will be heldk Dinner will be served at 8 p.m. with 
entertainment by the "Town and Gown Chorale" directed by 
Peg BartolotU. ! 

Guest speaker will be the Honorable PhiUp M. Crane, 
congressmui from Illinois. Also in attendance wSl be Second 
District Congreso^ G. William Whitehurst, Fourth 
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...Plaza boys baseball league 




Over 1,000 people were involved in the opening day 
parade for Plaza Baseball last Saturday morning. 

Teams of all ages were dres^ ^ut in their finest 
colors as they marched from Plaza Junior High School 
down S. Lynnhaven Road. Miss Virginia Beach, Carol 
Scotecx, was among the participants in the parade as 
well as Joey Caruthers, former Old Dominion basket- 
Iwll star, who acted as grand marshal. 

Beauty queens, the Plaza Junior Marching Band, 
dancers, clowns, the Kellam JROTC and parents and 
friends came out for the festivities which officially 
opened the baseball season for the Plaza League. 



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but that he woa't be playing as much as he played last 
year. Too many toumanients exhaust him. 




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Tiie two men practice six to seven hours a day. Tiriao 
Iceeps Vilas moving, working liard and sweating. Ho 
wants Vilas to be read for anyting. Unlike Vilas who i ; 
interested in writing, photography and music, Tiriac is 
all tennis. He sccm8JQjK.Jr«ii8f airing his concentratioi > 
and will to Vilas. 

Together, they are quite a team, even though their 
personalities are as different as love and war. Maybt 
that is why they are so hard to defeat. It's like taking the 
best of two worlds and combining them into one. 

As part of his training, Vilas is also working out with 
Henry Hines, a former long jumper. Hines works with 
all the top pros to help them improve their movement.*, 
and quickness. 

"I teach them to cover the court better," Hin« said. 
"Tennis is not only good forehands and backhands." 
Tennis players tend to forget that their legs are in the 
game also. I try to teach them to enhance their ability to 
move better. I try to teach a p«-son to know what his 
body can do and what it can't do. The only way to 
quickness is learn about your own body and to enhance 
what you have.*' 

Tiriac said that Hines is not doing anything new but 
that he really knows what he is talking about. "I have 
watched this man and haven't seen him make one 
mistake in the two days he has been coaching Vilas," 
Teriac said. 

That's quite a compliment from the man who won tlic 
coach of the year award in 1977. 

Vilas and Tiriac are prqwring for three big challenges 
this year- the French Open in June, Wimbleton in July 
and the U.S. Open in Sefftembo'. Together, they are 
going to be strong competition for any opponent. 




Moving with quickness and agility, Vilas is able to cover 
the court and return the ball to Tiriac. 




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btf after ball, Thiac teems never lo lire of 
«f tennis. 



Henry Mtacs, a long jnmpcr, exptadns bow he is helping 
to coach Vita by enhmcing his aMIity to move quicker 
awl to covCT Ite court betto. 



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Recreation center 
celebrates birthday 

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On Saturdi^, May 6, 1978 the Virginia Beach Department 
of Parks and Recreatkm wfllhold a "Birthday Celebration" 
for the first year of <^ration of the Virginia Beach 
BeoeadiiaL Gentoc^ The X^Miter. will open at 12 npon on this 
date and activities wiU take place as follows: 

llMrtre Lebby: 12 aoea-S pjn., senior dtten and yoirth 
craft shew; 

Teea Lomife: 1 pja., ai^iciaB; 2 pju. and 4 pjs., puppet 
dww; S PA., peBt«Biii»e pkytfs; 7 pjB.-9 pjn., |H«-teMi 
dance #117; 12 mob4 p Jt., two i^nw rosoi - vpm\ 

AtUetks: 12 msb-IsSO p^., im-teaa spmts dub 
demoBstntiHi;; 2 pJB.4 p^., youth gymnasties oxhfiiitkHi - 
exnctoe roooi; 2 pjn.^ pJB., jade exUUtioB • gynuMstum; 3 
PJB.-5 pA., boxfaf exiribitiM - gymnariup; 

BaacpieC Been: 1:30 pji., cake cuttinc ceremony; 2:15 
pA.-2:45 pjB., S eas i de Ctegiers; 

Aqoatks: Every hev m the hour between 12 Boon-6 pjn., 
drown praebf far Ae iaBifl^-ewiBiniers snd n«ni-«wlBim«*s 
[bring bathfaig salt]; 

llieatre: stery Aeatre Taadng of the Shrew," modon 
daawe troive, faaibeniiiop choir, belly dancing exhibithMi, 
and ItfM aad soo^ diow. 

1%e public is cordially invited to attend. For further 
hif<»ination contact the Virginia Beach Recreation Center at 
499-1281. 



Sexual 
assault 
program 



The Great Neck brandi of 
the Vii^inia Beach public 
litoary system will prraent a 
program on sexual aMauli in 
your coimmunity <» Thurs- 
day, May 11, 1^ 7 pjn. 

Tidewater R^pe Infiwma- 
tion Servkes (THIS) wiU 
conduct the program with 
topics such as rape aware- 
ness, commmuense self de- 
fense and incest being 
discussed. A fitan will alfft be 
shown ahmg with time for 
questions aRw the toeture. 

This program is free and 
open to the public without 
r^listration. 

The library is tocated at 
1261 Bayne Drhw hi "^ 
Hilltop area of Virginia 
Beadi. 

For more information on 
this program, contact Deb- 
bie Carter at the library at 
481-6094. 



Bmich represented 
in WnstmhSs^m 

Virginia Beach will be one of the 70 southeastern 
cities represented at a meeting of garden club leaders 
scheduled for May 9 to 11 in Winston-Salem, N.C. to 
report progress of community improvement and 
beautiflcation programs. 

The meeting is the 21st annual workshop of the Hbmu- 
and Neighborhood Development Sponsors (HANDS) 
program. HANDS is sponsored by the Sears Com- 
munity Improvement Fund and local Sears, Roebuck 
and Co. stores. 

Nearly 175 garden club leaders, governmental of- 
ficials and volunteer specialists will take part in the 3- 
day conference. Its theme is "Effective Organization: 
The Key to Success." 

Representing the Council of Garden Clubs of Virginia 
Beach at the workshop will be: Mrs. William Werndli, 
HANDS chairman: Mrs. M.F. McAfee, council 
president; Mrs. M.W. Thorpe, council vice-president; 
and Mrs. Roger J. Hall, garden therapy chairman. 



Sun and sanding 

Mfrad MMm- took advantn;* of tho •urniy after- 
noon to do somo MmUng. Accordbig to Mlllor, the 
cabhwt he Is rofhrfehbig for a lady friend It over 
100 yeare old. Photo la by Joan Coatee. 



VWC hosts 
meeting 

Virginia Wesleyan College 
will host a joint meeting of 
the CouncO of Civic Or^mi- 
sations and the Virginia 
Beach Development Councfl 
on May 10 in the Science 
Building Auditorium. 

The meeting, which will 
begin at 8 p.m., will feature 
Cdonel Newman Howard as 
guest speaker. Col. Howard 
is district engineer for the 
U.S. Army Corps of 
Engineers-Norfdk District. 
He will speak on tiie area's 
water situation and a 
r^pbnal wato* system. 



MARKETPLACE 

The classified section of This is because the cus- 
your hometown newspaper 
is essentially the bulletin 
board and market place of 
the community. It locates 
the interested customer as 
no other advertising can do. 



tomers in your neighbor- 
hood turn to the classified 
pages and search out the 
advertisement for what he 
or she wants to buy. 




TRAVEL HOUSE 
of Virginia Inc. 

For personalized! travel 
arrangements 
call 
425-3030 

732 Hilltop North Shopping Center 

V9. Beach, ¥a. 23451 

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4 mtmfttr of Me 4jmrfe«i Secjtiy 0/ rrartf 4|M(s. 



DOMINION HSYC HIA IRK ASSOC lATKS 

is pleuNcd lo 

Anniiunce the Assoi'iali<in of 

(irraldi. KamKiw. Ph.l) 

and 

His appointment »s IMrcclor ul' 

THi: DOMINION CLINK 

Sp«ciali/.in)» in wi'i);hl control 

and muinlenunce. 

1756 Sir William Osier Drive 

Virxinia Beach, Vir)>inia 23454 

Telephone 481-3486 



Fellowship day Is May 5 



May FoDowsUp Iky wffl 11. 



by tbeCliwrch 
Wtmrn UniteriW'«iie 
UMMCliweh oriKtSed 
nsfliw^ ea May 5. 

Ilo program 'Trondses 
ITe Kaepr wffl be beU at the 
*mtk at 11 ajn. with a 
lalat tiase from 10:30 vatfl 



is Mrs. 
WffliaBi J, Gray. 

The prepwB Is designed 
t« hoior aB tiiose in 
voimtuT swviees to the 



and 



In Windsor Woods... 
Plaza...6refii Run 

THE CATHOLIC PARISH 
OF THE HOLY SPIRIT 



Highlight 
Mothers Day 

with our 

fr(»stlng special 

$12.50 

(short hair) 



WHY NOT FINISH! 

Did you start a course in bcauly culture and 

i\o\ finish? It's not too laic to complete your 
course now. 



Special Offer 



to*^mpletc course for those with .500 hours oi^iiuVrc. IVrhaps you never stariea anuj 

[would like to. SPI (MAI OIII'R on complete course. $499.00, (reg. $795.00). Offer good 

throughMay 15. 1978. 



wID be pravided. 



rCC campuses sponsor fund 
raisiiig bflce-ft-ihon 

The Student Government Assodatfama of Tidewater 
Ce mmuiiy Ciolle^, Chesqwate and Vfarginia Betxh 
Canmaaaa, we qxHisOTing a ffike-A-IlMm to raise funds for 
^ lAiaadar I^stn^hy Association. 

The Ugrde marathon will be (HI Sui^y, May 7. Rain date 
fBita^tUt. It will include a scenfe 20- mile course set ap by 
4ad eaiB|wa. The Virginia BMch campus course begins at 
Beaaiww 8taU Park pknie wea. Hie Qies^ieake canqius 
eoone b^ins at tiie campus <m Cedar Road. Those not 
widdi^f to ride a Mke can n^iotiate tJie emnrses on icxA. 
I^itkipwta can start tiw course anytime between 9 a.m. 
and 4 pM, 

Bpanar ahe^ arii avafla)^ at local 7-11 storea. ti$^ 
scMola, aad in the SGA offices tm tin two IMeirater 
CoBunmity CoO^re csmpuses. Partidpaots who mbntit over 
ISO ia pledges are dJgJMe for Hie dwinagferaaewlO-epeed 
bilEe, ooe on each campus. 

Al'partkipanta wiU recmve a free limdi ^(msored by 
ftafar Ktag. Akmg the route four dndc poiato will serve 
water aad iwovide first aid to the Uke riders, runners, or 
wtBun. 

Far totim' infiHinatkm or to receive sponsw she^s call 
the (MBee ci Ccmtinuing EducaUon, "ndewitfw Cmnmunity 
Ccflage, Oiesspeake eaaqnia at 647-^16. Ildewater 
(ina^wMMi^ CcSh^, Virginia Beach eaapv at 427<8(nO, or 
MOw Maiks. Muscular Dystrophy Aasodatiop. at 461-0177. 



Baseball clinic 
scheduled 

Th» Qtealt Neck bian^ Ubnry wad Prafesdcnal Sporte 
Omm lift eo-qKmsor a t^ttM baseball ^bde for young 
pM^i^aBc^taadupfmS^urd^r.lbty 13,atl0aja. i^ 
tliiGiMt^foekUnttfy. 

Temsjf Timnsend, director of Prtrfsssional Sports Cami» 
nd Bead &»eball Coach for Virginia Wedeyan College, will 
egtttaet the ^nie. Woridi^ wlA Townead, enoe a foram* 
BoitaB Sad Sox player htaisdf, wiD be J^ Daawwnann, 
fonawpi^r irith the M<mb^ Expos, wh) wfll be ids^ing 
tto po^isa ot pitcher; Tim Albert, AU-Amnlauu wffl eovor 
the Mrid position; Greg Chirtia, Mi«t Sfaam. Oiris 
(^■pioa and Kevin IhmAoa, all ^tajfen to ^^i^mia 
Waalwjan. wiB hamile the diortstop, Mtdkn-, ortfirid, aad 
eo^^Md pori^os. 

AO ^aa jk^ftn wlU be dressed wit In tMr tern 
uattaraii biA j^m* wfU imk wfth tiw yiwag peof^ In 
ikuBmtHM idler's ^e^ aUUtes. 

Hmn li ao fknegB to thto ^dc Howevw, ^ch 
partk^^ ai^ wev tMuds tew ni Mif » ImB |^e. 

lift Wsftrf yt ko^ at 1^1 Avae Mn oppo^ 
t Junto I^^ Sehod in the E^<9 aroarfVfafinia 



Mast«t: 

7 p.m. Sat., 9:30 A 11 am. Sun. 

TtUphon* 340-7122 




857 Battlefield Boulevard, S., Great Bridge 
Phone: 482-.1248 

Gift certificates available throughout the year 




If mre Morma^w is M«M m tte dWc eeatai^ DeM^ 
(kgtmtt^^ary st 4814004 <»■ Ttnrasend, Prc^i^ooal 
^orto Cop IteectM-, A M1-S82. 



Bayside Motors 

4747 Shore Drive 464-4SC3 
jCharlsa C. Hale, Sr. aad^aS 

' Plasser American 

Maaagement and PersoMcl 

Haynas FurnMlire Company 

SSZ4 Virginia Bach Boulcwtl 
Famitnre-Beddinc-Carpetiag 

Rosewood Memorial Parte 

631 Witaduck Road 497-8925 
C. C. Kirkpatrick 

Engineering Media, Inc. 

606 R. Liberty street 
Charles Haekworth sod Staff 

Cliartie's Seafood Restaurant 

S139 Store Drive 491-986S 
Mary E. Rehpelt aad Emfdcqrees 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Avenue 421-9161 

Overton's Marlcet 

1419 Pt^iexter street 545-9496 
Hie Overtons and Employees 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Virginia Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr and Employees 

Furniture Sliowrooms 

828 E. LitUe Creek Road 
2981 S. WUtary Highway . 
Sawiy Bolia a^ Emidoyees 

Andy's Plumbing and Heating 

1(K)S CUMl Drive 485-SMO 
State-R^istered-Nt« aad Old Work 

Brentwood Restaurant and Lounge 

1312 George Washii«t<Mi Hi^way 

Chesapeake, Va. 487-0611 

Ton and Ltada fti^r a^ CMipaay 

KempsviHe Plii^macy 

5266 Priacess Aim Road 497-3516 
Ritert W. CIHMra-LyH LMvitt 



oMan 
An Island 

Long ago, John Donne wrote that, 
"No man is an Island entire unto 

himself." The Bible states John Donne's 

words in another Way - 

"Bear ye one another's burdens and so 

fulfil the law of Christ."^Q3,3jj^„5^.2) 



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Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskln Road 428-5951 
L. H. Bams aad SUff 

Price's Incorporated 

4510 Penhroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Naae Appliances-TV-Stereo 

Smith Sales and Service 

460 Batflefleld Btvd. N. 547-2929 
Elvood Smith and Employees 

Home Federal Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

1635 Lukin Road 426-0327 
Church Accoiats Welcome 

Todd Electric Company 

Henry and Moses Todd and Staff 

Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Pirtadeater Street 545-7337 
James L. Marshall and Employees 

Higgins Realty, Inc. 

6680 ladlaa River Road 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison and Associates 

Chesapeake Savings and Loan 

Fnak N. Wood ami Associates 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., Inc. 

1764 S. MlUtery Highway 420-1841 
L. Bebaoat WiUiaas and Persoaoel 

J.D. Miles and Sons, Inc. 

J. D. Miles, if. aad Associates 

KeHam and Eaton inc. 
BiMding Supplies 

Princess Aaae StatloB 427-3200 
Frank aad David KeUam 

W4« •Wly" Rhodes 

12S1 I^nel AvMHS, Ches^eake 
420-7108 424-5729 



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Virginia Beach military update 




Orlando 



Johnson 



Ainsui First Clsss Richard A. Orlando, whose parents 
are retired U.S. Navy Lieutenant and Mrs. James V. 
Orlando of Gotham Road, Virginia Beach, has arrived for 
duty at Spangdahlem AB, Germany. 

Airman Orlando, an entomology specialist with a unit of 
the U.S. Air • Forces in Europe, previously served at 
Wurtsmith AFB, Mich. 

The airman, a 1972 graduate of Princess Anne High 
School, attended the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. His 
wife, Nancy, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mood B. Price 
of Five Forks Road, Virginia Beach. 



Martin 

Marine Private First Class John K. Martin, son of Sue 
Sigmund of Clear Springs Road, Vii^inia Beach, has 
completed recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit 
Depot, San Diego. 

A 1974 graduate of Owensbofo Busmesa College, 
Owensboro. Ky., with a degree in Business Administration, 
he joined the Marine Corps in January. 1978. 



Thompson 



San Juan 



Senior Airman Keith L. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
George G. Johnson of Kingston Drive., Virginia Beach, has 
received th'i Air Force Good Conduct Medal at Myrtle Beach 
AFB.S.C. • 

Airman Johnson, who is an inventory managvment 
specialist at Myrtle Beach, was cited for exemplary eonduct 
during his service career. 

The airman is a 1974 graduate of Davidson High School, 
Mobile, Ala. 



Airman Steven A. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan N. 
Thompson of Hunting Hill Lane, Virginia Beach, has Iimb 
selected for technical training at Sheppard AFB, Tex., is tiie 
Air Force aircraft maintenance field. 

Airman Thompson is a 1977 graduate of Bayside High 
School. 



Airman Manuel D. San Juan Jr., son of Mrs. Anita D. San 
Juan of Valley Forge Lane, Virginia Beach, hM received a 
new assignment following gr»luation from the medkal 
labwatory specialist <»urse condu<^ed by the Air Training 
C(MBmand at Sheppard AFB, Tex. 

Airman San Juan, who learned to prepare and analyze 
biological specimens, will go to Travis AFB, Calif., for duty 
with a unit of the Military Airlift Command. 

"Rie airman is a 1977 graduate of Princess Anne Hi^ 
SchotA. 



George 



Shue 



Midshipman Fourth Class Jeffrey P. Shue, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Roger H. Shue of William Penn Blvd., Virginia Beach, 
is participating in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps 
(NROTC) program at University of Virginia in 
Charlottesville. -^ 

He received the National Society of the Sons of the COSnSr 
American Revolution silver good cititenship medal in 
recognition of his leadership qualities, militai^ bearing, and 
general excellence in the NROTC program. 

Shue is a 1977 graduate of F.E. Kellam High Schod. 



Bailor 

Mtfine Lanee Cwporal David E. Bailor, whoM irib, J««d, 
is th« danghtar ci Gene Nunley of Virginia BMdi, wu 
graduated from Bane Cryptologic Technician "R" Sehoel. 

Ite sdfiMeed eourae was conducted at the Naval 
TediniMl Training Center, Pensaeola, Fla., and "was 
designed to train stodents as Manual Morse Initn^/ 
Electnmic Warfare Operators. 

Students received instruction on communications 
proeedures and gytlbnu, the theory and cpmkim oi 
eommunieatitma proeedorea and systems, the tiwory and 
cftntioa ol wwnmnnicaitiMia equipment, plus tesie aeeority 
safeguards. 

He jdned the Marine Corps in February. 1917. 



Staff Sei^ant Frank R. George, whose parents are Ifr. 
and Mrs. Ho#ard A. George of Sedgefield Avenue, Virginia a^ 
Beach, has graduated from the Tactical Air Command DOrSSy 
Noncommissioned Officer Leadership School at Seyamir 
Johnson AFB, N.C. 

The sergeant, who was trained in military management 
and supervision, is an aircraft maintenance technician at 
Seymour Johnson. 

Sergeant George is a 1970 graduate of Kempsville High 
School. His wife, Gwyneth, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
W. Lackey of 5345 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach. 



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Ifenry A. Dorsey, son of retired U.S. Air Force Master 
SergMnt and Mrs. Charles W. Dorsey of Forest Glen RMd. 
Virginia Beach, has received his first promotion in-the U.S. 
Air Force. 

Dorsey, promoted to airman, recently completed technical 
trdning at Lackland AFB, Tex., and is now assigned at 
Hfldenhall RAF Station, England. He serves as a security 
specialist with a unit of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe. 

Airman Dorsey is a a 1977 graduate of Kellam High 
School. 



Barker 



Watson 



Airman Theresa L, Watson, daughter of Mrs. Myma M. 
McLennan of Bamberg Place, Virginia Beach, has graduated 
at Lackland AFB, Tex., from Air Force basic training. 

Airman Watson is a 1977 graduate of Kellam Higij School. 



Beach 



Navy Lieutenant Commander Raymond C. Beach, whose 
wife, Ann, is the daughter of Annie R. Hagar of Virginia 
Beach, 'was graduated from the Human Re«^rce 
Management School. 

The 12-week course was held at the M|ii|ihlii Naval Air 
Station in Millington, Tenn. O 

A 1975 graduate of the University of West Fkwfda, 
Pensaeola. with a Bachelor of Science degree, he joined the 
Navy ro January, 1964. . 



Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic Third Class Gary R. 
Cosner, whose wife, Mary Jo, is the daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Joseph T. Dudley of London Bridge Road, Virginia 
Beach, recently participated in a tactical training exercise 
with President Jimmy Carter as guest observer. 

He is assigned to Attack Squadron 65, based at Oceana 
Naval Air Station, Virginia Beach. 

Cosner joined the Navy in October, 1972. 



Pierce 

Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic First Class William L. 
Pierce, whose wife. Vera, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
John H. Rowson of Joan Terrace, Virginia Beach, has been 
.selected as the Sailor of the Year for Fighter Squadron 14, 
based at Oceana Naval Air Station, Virginia Beach. 

Pierce was chosen from among all the enlisted personnel 
assigned to the command, and was cited for his outstanding 
performance of duty, proficiency, leadership, initiative, and 
military bearing during the year of 1977. 

Ho joined the Navy in July. 1966. . ^JL ^* .J>%l ^ 



Navy Aviation Electrician's Mate Airman Apprentice 
Paul V. Barker, son of Dallas H. Barker of Pinewood Road, 
Virginia Beach, has reported for duty at the US Naval 
Station, Roosevelt Roads. Puerto Rico. 

He joined the Navy in April, 1977. 



Black 



Enoch 



Navy Machinist's Mate Second Class Robert E. Black, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Harrold H. Black Sr. of Dezavra Lane, 
Virginia Beach, recently completed a strategic deterrent 
patrol. 

He is assigned to the fleet ballistic missile submarine USS 
Abraham Lincoln, homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. 

A 1975 graduate of Bayside High School, Black joined the 
Navy in July 1975. 



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Marine Seecmd Lieutenant John T. Enoch Jr., ion of 
Lieutenant Gdimel and Mrs. John Enodi of 666 Whfte 
Ch^iel Drive, and whose wife. Pamela, is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. EnM»7 L. Massey of 3587 Sandy INsint Key, aU 
of Virginia Beach, cmnpleted the FkU ArtiOtry OfBeer 
Baste course. 

Conducted at U.S. Army Field Artillery Sdmcd, Fort Sill, 
Okla.. this 10-week course provided baiic, technical 
instruction on field artillery svitema. 

Study centered on bade'skilb required for gunfire 
(^Mervance, manual fire direction and management of 
individual training. Students also received instruction «i 
communicatiMi/electnmks. gunnery and tactical fire and 
oounterfire procedures. 

A 1977 graduate of the University of Virginia. 



Henson 



Marine Private First Class Paul L. Henson, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Paul E. Henson of Mineola Drive, Virginia Beach, has 
been meritoriously promoted to his present rank upon 
graduation from recruit training at the Marine Corps 
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. 

A 1977 graduate of Kempsville High School, he joined the 
Marine Corps in September, 1977. 



Wharton 



Blum 



Allen 



Navy Boiler Technician James D. Allen Jr.. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. James D. Allen Sr. of Green Kemp Road, Virginia 
Beach, has completed the Basic Boiler Technician Course. 



Airman Donna J. Blum, daught* of Mrs. Peggy J. 
Villanueva of Rose Marie Avenue, Virginia Beach, has been 
assigned to Langley AFB, for duty in the U.S. Air Force 
supply field. 

The airman, recently completed basic training at Lackland 
AFB, Tex. 

Airman Blum is a 1977 graduate of Princess Anne High 
School. Her father, Donald L. Blum, resides at Ironwood 
Drive, Santee, Calif. 



Slegel 



Marine Private James A. Wharton Jr., son of James A. 
Wharton of Stoney Point Road, and Mrs. Elaine Wharton of 
Newtown Arch Blvd., both of Virginia Beach, has completed 
the Basic Assault Amphibian Crewman's Course. 

He joined the Marine Corps in September, 1977. 



Navy Commander William H. Siegel, whose wife, 
Kathleen, is the daughter of Ann M. Azziu^ of Regal Court, 
Virginia Beach, recently assumed command of Aircraft 
Ferry Squadron 31 (VRF-31), homebased at Naval Air 
SUtion. Norfolk. 

A 1959 graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. 
Kings Point. N.Y.. with a Bachelor of Smnce degr^, ^em\ 
joined the Navy in March 1956. 



Simcsak 



Greene 



Navy Slectrieiaa'f Mite Firmnaa Apprentice John H. 
Greene, iob ol Mr. and Un. Pater V. Greene of 6906 
Atlaatie Ave., has eon^Med the Basic Electridan's Mate 
Course. 

During tile sttf^aead course at the Service Sdrnd 
CoDunand. Hvni tnbaog Csnter, Great Lakss. ID., tbs 
studsnts recdved taatroetkMi oo ds^ieal OeoiT and 
studied the 0|>errtiag|irineipls8 of tiiebstteri8s.g«Mntors. 
notfln.i»d tranafonnen used aboard ships and at shoie 



He joined tiw Navy in July, 1977. 



Baker 

Navy Boflsr Technician Fireman Apprentice Arthur W. 
Bshsr. sen olMr. and Mrs. FeBx L. Baker of 88M N. Ottawa 
9mA, has departed for an extended deployment in ihe 
Meditemoesn Sm. 

Be is assigned to the combat store shqi USS San Diego, 
bofloqiorted in Norfdk. and opoating as a unit of the U.S. 
ffi^Flaet. 

While deployed. San Diego is schedubd to partkuwte in 

various training eierdses with other Sixth Fleet units snd 
tibose ol allied aationa. Port visits sie scheduled in &aly. I 
^^n. France, $xd sevrnd other Mediterranean coastal ' 

A 1976 graduate ol Ken^sville High School. Baker joined 
the Navy in Dwsember. 1976. "-^-."^rjomea^ 



Reld 

4 ^^ ®?^«^*""*^ 6. Raid, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Ceefl 
^ ^ "'JS ^^ S*- "^ ''^^ ^' Sherry, i. the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Wflfiams of Zwf GtmI 

Jtodk Ca^. SB of Vfrginia Beach, Va.. was g«Miuated\Sh 
honors from recruit training at the Naval Training Center 
Orludo. Fla. ^^ *«™i«r. 

He was commended for his outstanding perfbraumce in an 
phases of training, which fachided instmcthm fa seamanship 
nffltary regulations, dose o(d« driD, first aid\nd Naval 
luaioiy. 

A 19T6 gr^Mte of First Cotonisl High School he joined 
the Navy m Februaiy, 1978. ^^ "^^ 



Navy Ensign Richard M. Simcsak, whose wife, Deborah, is 
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Welply of Dillon 
Drive. Virginia Beach, was graduated from the Navy's 
Aviation Indoctrination Course (AIC). 

^e is a 1977 graduate of Pennsylvania State University, 
Stale College, with a Bachelor of Science degree. 



Setzer 

Naij CUef Machinist's Mate CMoid W. Setser, whose 
wtfa, Samidra, is the daughter of Emily Beudou of 1018 

cttjar UM hdependanee. currently undergoing overiiaul 
He joined the Navy in March, 1957. 




Dam Neck Beach readies for summer 



The special ssrviess departaamt at Fket Coobat Tndaiag 
Cwrter, Atisotie. is buqr preparing for aaother active 

sumaer besch season at the Dam Naefc Naval bcOity. 

Rem^iaBbsaciisswiilbe flp«i frem 10 ajB. wta SBDSst, 
luy tl throi^ Septoiriiw 4. Aayie pari^ is avdaUe 
iritUn eaqr wtmag tSstaaea el tiie swhamtag area. 
QnaUM lifigasids sre QB doty from 10 aA. ootfl 6 pA to 
pirtrol the boaeh and tamre the saisfy ai^ dMaUnsas slthe 



bsa^, nittsry 
surfing and mrf 
withgrilb, 
etesu^notwUi 



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00 a first-eoBM-first-serve-baos. 

Bath booses are also available ktr the oomlbrt and 
convenience of beach-goers. Floats, sand chairs and 

amfanOas can be obtafaed for a nrinimal be from tile nearbv 
iw^fadUtiH. ' 

Ss|wate nUrted uui oOem cabana areas sre available 
far hml eoaunaad parties or private gatherings. Ample 
spsce is prorided for vdsybaO. footiwD. homdiosror 
suer groop gamsa. 

ReservatiaosfartiMse areas sre necessary snd a'fee wiU 
be charged for thdr use. The Recreation (MBea fa Building 
824 wfll biffa aceqitii^TesMvatiiHis taunediirtdy. 

Fin yo« par^ now and stop by or eal «&.^ to iasuze 
your choice ol dates. ^^ 



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leach divers help Coast Guard save money 




Tilt Reterve Unit checks pi«rs for tfie Coast 
Quard In Yorfctown during two weeks off reserve 



Helping hands gets boost 
from Beach volunteers 

Helping Hands, a weekly social and recreational program 
for physically and mentally handicapped persons held at the 
Virginia Beach Recreation Center, is being given a boost by 
several groups of volunteers. 

Princess Anne Wwnan's Club members give a monthly 
party. In March.tlie women held an Easter egg hunt and 
party for 40 children. 

>%ginia Beach Junior Wcxnan's Gub, with the aid of 
young women from the Girls Regional Group Home, 
provided-sane of the entertainment. 

Woniao^ club members assisted the youths from the girls 
home in performing a puppet show, "Barnyard FroUra." 



By Bill McAllister 
SpcciiU to the SUN 

Last week Clyde Shiraki, Mark C. Scharfe^ D.J. Pat- 
terson and John Kully left their Virginia Beach homes 
and got into water over their heads for the Navy. 

Ail four are Navy divers and members of a specialized 
Navy Reserve unit that last week began a project at the 
Yorktown Coast Guard Reserve Training Center that 
may save that service thousands of dollars. 

As part of the unit's required two weeks of annual 
training, the unit is undertaking the tedious task of 
examining each of an estimated 2,300 pilings that sup- 
port two 2,200-foot long piers at the Yorktown facility. 
It's a job that the Coast Guard probably would. have 
had to pay for except for the availability of the Little 
Creek-based reserve unit. 

"This is the type of project we like," said Shiraki, a 
Navy reserve lieutenant and nuclear submarine test 
engineer in civilian life, after he came up froin a two- 
hour dive in the 50-degree York River. The Yorktown - 
project is ideal because it can be completal in two weeks 
and allows the unit to work as an independent team, 
said the 31-year 

said the 31 -year-old Honolulu native who lives at 3073 
Edinburgh Drive. 

"These guys are fantastic! They want to start work at 
six o'clock in the morning and work until after dark," 
said Otto Naumann, a Army reserve Lieutenant colonel, 
who was in overall charge of the Yorktown project. In 
civilian life Naumann, who lives at 1 14 Creek Terrace in 
nearby Tabb, is the deputy director of the Navy Supply 
Center's fuel department in Norfolk. 

It was in that job that Naumann learned of the Coast 
Guard's need for a survey of the piers and about 
Shiraki's unit. Last year Naumann used the services of 
another naval reserve unit to remove an abandoned 
rusty pipe under one pier that was leaking fuel into the 
York River. That project alone has saved an estimated 
$250,000 that the military would have had to spend in 
pollution clean-up costs, Naumann said. 

The men of Navy Reserve Harbor Clearance Unit 2, 
Detachment 506, bring varied backgrounds to the unit, 
although most qualified as Navy divers while on active 
duty. Shiraki, for instance, spent three years on active 
duty and served as the diving officer for the Norfolk- 
based repair ship USS Vulcan. 

Lieutenant Mark C. Scharf^e, 28, of 816 Gloria Place, 
Virginia Beach, picked up his diving skills while serving 
as a member of a Ft. Story-based Navy explosive or- 
dnance disposal team. "Actually I'm getting more time 



divii^ in the reserves that I did on active duty," said the 
1971 Naval Academy graduate. 

Much of his tinie with the active duty command, he 
exptadned, was involved with ordnance problems that 
did not involve diving. In civilian life, Scharf^ is an 
engineer for a Suffol k peanut processing firm. 

Lieutenant Commander D,J. Patterson, 40, of 5(» 
Hannibal Street, Virginia Beach, founded the unit in 
1974 and served as its first commanding officer. An en- 
vironmental health sanitarian with the Virginia Beach 
City Health Department, Patterson is credited by unit 
members with having established the unit's working 
relationship with its Little Creek-based active duty 
counterpart. Harbor Clearance Unit 2. 

"One way we've been able to earn the respect of the 
active duty commands is by finishing what we start," 
Shiraki said. "They know that we won't work through a 
drill weekend, march off at four o'clock, leaving behind 
a partly-completed project that they have to finish up." 
The Yorktown project should be completed by May 5. 

Not all the unit's divers are officers. For example, 
Petty Officer First Class John Kully, who lives at 998 
Donation Drive, Virginia Beach, served as a Navy diver 
in Norfolk; Adak, Alaska; New London, Conn; Viet- 
nam; and the PhiHppines before joing he reserves. 

The Yorktown project will result in a report to the 
Coast Guard that will help advise contractors of the 
amoiiat of work that needs to be done on the piers. The 
unit wll take underwater television of same of the 
damaged pilings using equipment it borrows from its ac- 
tive duty counterpatt. 

Such projects are invaluable for the reservists because 
they help the divers polish their skills. "You lose your 
touch unless you practice," said Shiraki, a 1965 
graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
"And since Navy dving techniques are not subject to 
drastic, sudden changes we are able to keep our skills 
reasonably sharp by our weekend duty and our two- 
weeks training." 

In the past the unit has been able to assist its active 
duty counterpart by helping repair damaged anchor 
chains on a stationary barge at the Norfolk Naval 
Station and by repairing a damaged missile launching 
platform at the Dahlgren.Va., Navy Surface Weaspons 
Center. 

These projects ha\ e helped maintain high morale and 
retention in the unit. It was recently awarded a "Golden 
Anchor" award from the Naval Reserve Readiness 
Command, Region Six, for having the best retention 
among about 250 icservc units in the mid-Atlantic 
region. 




Navy Reserve UeuleiiMt Clyde SMraM «f 
Vlrflnia Beach preparee to dive under a Coast 
Guard pier In Yoriitown, Va., at part of Ms roservo 
unlt't annual two weeks of active duty trabdng . 




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Navy Anti-Submarine Warfare Teehnieian First Class 
Stephen L. Kirkp^rick has been selected as the Dam Neck 
Saika- of the Year. 

Assigned to Fleet Gcnnbat Training Center, Atlantic , Dam 
Neck, Petty Officer Kiritpstriek is the course supervisor for 
the Opentions Specialist High Level Tennkal Operator 
course tM^t by the Tactieal Support Center Training 
Dqmrtment of Dam Neck. He has instructed in 
anti-submarine warfare operator courses sin 
assignment at the training center. 

AWl KirlqMtriek, Ms wife Carde, and thdr two <• 
Shannon and Shawn, have made their home 
Lampli^t Lane hi Virginia Braeh since January f 
lliey are members of the Lynnhaven Pr^bjteiriMn Cnurch, 
where Petty Officer Kirkpatrick serves as the 
sqperintendeDt of tlie diureh school pngnm. 

Petty Officer KiriqMtoick is a life member and permanent 
trustee of the NMi-CoamysaiMwd Offic«« Assoda tfo n. He is 
authorised to wear the Navy Unit Copmendation. two 
Merttorioos Unit CcNnmendatrons, thr«^ Good Conduct 
Awsrds, the Nat&mal Defense Medal and tiie Vietnam 
Expedititasry Medal. 



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Dam Neck Sailor of the Year, AWl Stepimi Kirk- 
Patrick, instructs students in the operation of the direct 
view console used in land based tactical support centers. 



y.W.C. announces joint degree program 



Virginia Wcsleyan Collie and Duke Univ«slty have 
entered into two joint degr^ programs In environmen- 
tal stucU^ and forestry. 

UndCT the new programs, highly quaHfied Virginia 
Wesle^m students will study liberal arts at the Norfolk- 
yi^inui Beach campus for three years, onphasizing 
^Kfies in biology, mathematics and economics. As 
^plng ^prs, they will then transfer to the GrMluate 
^CKri of Fosestry and Environmental Studies at Duke. 

At the completion of the first year at Duke, the 
Itiutoats will be awarded a bachelor of arts d^ree from 
Mt^mA \^^leyan College. After the su(%^sful com- 
idetlon of the second year at Duke, a master of forestry 
ot a outfit of environmental management profesaonal 
(^ee will be awarded. 

In some cases, however, students will be requii^ to 
ffmiriifte four years at Virginia Wesleyan before tran- 
iteriBSt as has been done in the past. Th«e stud«its 
wUl flMu<n* in one of the natural or soeial sciences, 
bustMM or environmental studies at Virginia Wesleyan. 

"We recognized that some students can enter 
yrKhiate prof»sional programs at Duke after thra; 



y^us of study at your iostituticHi," said Dr. Benjamin 
A. Jayne, dou of ti» School of Forestry and Environ- 
mental Studies. "In genmtl, the number of units of 
study for completion of a degree has beat redwed, and 
we look forward to Virginia Wedi^an's participation in 
the prognun." 

The Virginia Wesleyan faculty approved the 
Coojperitivt Collie Prc^nun oulier this month noting 
that thrmigh this (»xq[ram VWC students would be of- 
fernl anotho' wlid major. It wm also noted that after 
neatly Hi years of forestry r^»u%h and education at 
Duke, the Khool has sMfttd from a focus on woodland^ 
l»-oductivity and protection to a focus on eoosy^em 
productivity and protecticm. 

"We trust that the i^eement wiU be boieflcial to 
bmh our imtitutions," said Dr. William M. Wilson, 
d«ui of Vir^ria Wa^an Collie, in announcing ap- 
proval of the pn^ram. 

Dr. D^nis Govoni, assistant profesor of biol(^ at 
VWC. will xpfc u liaison person and advisor for the 
fSQs^am. 



Food stamps 
help Beach 



If you are dtaabled or 
handicqipad, yov may quali- 
fy lor fMd rtasqw. If you 
qnalify,iat V^^ Beach 
Food Stamp Program is 
ready to Mi^ you. 

Pr e scwn liy interviews 
an imn^dvd ai tiw Seatack 
Commoatty Center, 141 
SraUi Blithieck Road. For 
detaIb.4oi^aet the Virginia 
Beaeh O^artm^ of Social 
SwvkesiA 4254)140. 



The last word in 
fine furniture is the 
first word in quality: 
BLACKWELDER'S 



Blackwel()er Furniture C:o. of Tidewitcr. located 
in Moyock, N.C. jiui 46 tninulm from anywhere 
in Tidewater, li a branch of the aame 
Blaekwelder'i to well known in Statwville. The 
ume renouned quality and aalection. The eame 
famoua manufacturara that nuka up Amarica's 
Who's Who in fine furniture. 'The Home of 

ajality Furniture for Laaa Mon«y" ai lUted in 
e Nov. 23 iiauaof The Wall Stnat Journal. 

Blackwelder'e furniture la an inveaUnent, not 
juat a puitliaaa. And onoa you aeiaet your 
fumitura or ac coaao ri aa from our diiplaya and 
catalogs, delivery and ahipmont is immadiau by 
the fastaat service poaalble. 

^y furniture that becomes an heirloom. 
Blackwelder's fine furniture and Accessories. 
Phone or visit this week. 



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-Howling Northeaster batters Beach 





Sun photos by JOAN COATES 
and PAM VANDEVEER 



Only I few tardy soab dared to take a walk down the 
boardwalk on Thursday, as waves pounded and 
splashed up over the pier. 



Rkhard Hagan of 42nd Street couldn't believe the win- 
ds and high water. He managed to brave the howling 
gusts long enough to snap a few pictures of the turmoil. 



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A blistering Northeaster blew into Virginia Beach last 
week hammering the entire Tidewater area with up to 60 
m.p.h. winds, tidal flooding and heavy wave damage. 

Vepco reported power lines down throughout the 
Beach area with over 12,000 Tidewater customers with 
some form of disrupted power. Massive trafHc jams, 
toppled trees and plenty of water characteriKd the two- 
day storm which finally subsided Friday. 

A nightmar ish tower of sand, water and foam stor- 
med the Beach boardwalk for the curious who came out 
to brace the effects of the storm. Signs and marquees all 
up and down Atlantic Avenue were destroyed by the 
gusts of wind and sand. 

Normally placid Lake Trashmore was reported to 
have three and four foot waves Thursday afternoon. 

Emergency stations were set up at Princess Anne 
High School and Cox High School although no one 
showed up to use them. 

According to Terry Ritter, the meterologist for the 
National Weather Service, the storm was caused by a 
low pressure system moving slowly along the coast. 
Located just off the Virginia coast, the problem occured 
when the storm was pushed into a high pressure ridge 
north of Tidewater. 

Estimates of beach erosion are now under study as to 
the extend of the storm damage. 




Tommy Andcrsoa of Pmbroke Courts apartments 
qicBt Thuraday trying to repair damage to the roof of 
the Puritan Restaurant on Athintic Avenue. 



Penny and Steve Andfews of 13th Stocet imnsed to sur- 
vey the storm dnma^ to Shake n' Suiter on Atlantic 
Avenoe. 




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The octM| #as a ragged, swIrHiv fury of ipny and 
wavn as fiwm was slashed way up on shore, beyomi tiM 
boardwalk. 



P^CT DMion Mid B«|{i^B Koch of Watertown, N.Y., 
iMckpNked anA MteMked Mwn to Vh^ala Beach, 
1u^9$ to do Mmc ONli^iv. **Bn( out Mit won't stay 
up in this wind, so mvw we're tryh^ to And a (heap 
l^ce to stay," tNy nid. 



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B'nai B'rith women 
present fashion show 

^lioai dtapter. ffnai ffrith Wooai of Vlrginit Beaeh. 
win heU a loadiMB ud fiddMi shoir on Thursday, May 4, 
at II MM. it tha TIdawatcr Dimwr Theatre, Lake Wright. 

The fanda raiaed wfll help to finance the ▼arioos projeeta 

a^ p wgr a m a of B'nai B'riUi Women localfy. ilationally, and 

intaratfianatty. 
Dooatiim ia 16.^ fadikma modried will be by The nunoua. 

and door prtea iriU be awarded. 

B^ B'rith WoBMi ia an iirtmnational aerviee 
wfaniiation of 1604)00 menbm. In Tidewater. B*nai B'rtth 
Womni serve the local ocnnmmiity by provi^bif 
tranaportatiop to taaehera of the viaoaUy hancUo^tped, by 
tes^ preschool <^il&>en for anUdyop^ by preawtii^ 
progranu hi tiie sdoda that promote bettor undenlaadiiw 
affloof p«oi^; ranMfting the Rilhd Foondayoo at (Nd 
Dominion Univerrity; by aiding the B'nai B'rith Youth 
liovenmtinTidewatOT; by pnniidbiglfeala oo Wheeia'' to 
eld»^ ahut^na; by aerving the patirata td the Comraiinity 
Mental Health Center in Norfolk; by providing ahoea to 
needy ehfldrw; ooDeet dothing for needy Norfolk aehool 
ehOdren and by fwrtie^wting in the annual CVmununity 
Underatanding Day Obatvvanee. 




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Barbara Yandon 



Virginia Beacli 
goes to the dogs 

The Viiginia Beach Kennel Club will hdd an AKG 
Sanctioned Breed ami Obedienoe Blatch on Sunday, May 7, 
at Prineeaa Anne Park, Princess Anne Road and Landstown 
Road, ^^rginia Beach. 

Breed dntes will include all pure-bred d<^: piqtpies. 
Open tfA Amniean Bred dogs. Obedience daMM will 
ind|i|ii^ Sob-Novice through Utility. Junkr Showmandi4> 
elaaaaa wffl include Pee Wee through Open Senior. 

Efllriaa will be qpen from 10 ajn. to 12 nocm. Parade of 
dufflplMa begins at 12 iMxm. Judging begins at 12:80 p.m. 
Troi^lea will be awarded. 

RafreaiaMnta wHl be available, akmg with ample parking. 

The pilrijie la cordiaify invited to attend. There is no 
adndssioil diarge. 



Civic league holds election 



The North Virginia Beach 
Civic League wiU hold iU 
annual election general 
membership meeting on 
Thursday, May 4, at 7:80 
pjn. in the library aiulitor- 
ium of (Jm Aaaodation for 



Research and Enlighten- 
ment, 67th Street ud 
Atlantic Avenue. Virgfaiia 
Beach. 

There will be progress 
reports from several league 
committees covering out- 



Learn bicycle safety 




Women's ebb to be formed 



agsi u and iq». Adul 



Hmto wfil be a meeting for the formation of a new young 
woman'a dub to be held lliu-sdigr, Ifay 11, at 8 p.m. at the 
Thalia United MethotUst Church HaU, Virginia Beach Blvd. 
and N. SSI fir Avenue (across frxmi Willis Wayside). 

To (pa^ cm murt be « registovd voter. For fnrthw 
infonutkn omtaet Linda Ellis 486— S297 or Marsha 
Copdand 840-1606. 

RecyeUng schedule set 

Oiwd grmqM, sccwt troc^ and schod organizatkms 
ieroaa ^ eourtry are reeydbig aluminum for predons fond 
- nMavdoBuB. Fmi raism have found Uiat recycling pays 
tmk iMa saving «iei^ and redttdi^ Htter. 

•Re^Siyndda AtominumReqrcHi^ (kmpvij cH^ Mrt chei a 
flaetof attbOe ointa in 46 stipes to IM^ recj^dna 17 c«te per 
pound far aluminum cans and otlmr dean honsdioU 
id^ndaora products. 

Cortaia other items, induding aluminum siding, gaiXitn, 
ahanfainm atorm door and window frwnea and lawn ftainiiture 
tMag tho are worth 17 cents per pound if pn^wrly 
prepared. This duminum must be firae <d aD foreign 
materials, cut to lengths not exceeding three feet and sho^ 
not be n^Md with ahmunum cans. 

Reynolds mobile unit wlD visit these Vfrginia Beach 
foeatfoBa during May: 

Qvk Center (Dmne), 19th and I^dfic Avenue, evny 
Wednaaday. May 3, 10. 17. 24, 81. to 2:80 pjn. Re<7ding 
Gteotar. 1486 Air Rail Avoine. 4604)9^, Hours: 9 ajn. to 
4:80 pjn., Tuesday timi Saturday. 



On Wednesday, May 10, 
the ^^idaor Woo& branch 
of the VirginU Beach public 
UbcwrsyslMn will present a 
aafety. 
[biftaiat4 
people 
vp. Adults are 
alao. 

The program wOI omaist 
of s tab H^ demoostratlon 
on U^y^ repdr Iqr Edward 
R^dboa. preaidMit <A the 
Tidewater Bi^de Aaaoda- 
tka. 

There will alao be a fibn 
"Bicyde Safety" narrated by 



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BUI Cosby and fumiahed to 
the|library by McDtmal^s. 
The fifaB ia fdfowed )^ m 
mini-safety test in 



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require pre-registrattm 
fee. 

The library is located at 
8612 S. Plasa Trafl in the 
Princess Anne Rau section 
of Virginia Beach. 

For further inf<8mation 
<m this pn^pwn, contact 
Sandy Throdanwtoo at the 
library at 840-1048. 



Requiem" presented 
by Beach Choir 

The Chariea Wedoy Choir, of the Vfrginia Beach United 
Methodist Church. wiD pre^ot 'Hequiem'' 1^ Johannes 
^akns, OB Sunder evenfog. Vmj 7, at 8 p jn. fai tiie diureh 
sanctuary. 

Th6 choir will be directed by Joyce Qarlu. and Wanda 
Leqidre, o^ufot, who wiU provide awwmpanimMit for the 
omoert. EImuot PuraeD, ao|«ano, and L. Leaifo Waaawman 
Jr., baritone, wiD be adoiata. 

May is time to join 



standing activities of the 
iMgue during the past year. 



All residents of the North 
Virginia Beach area are 
Invited to attend. 



TRIS 

volunteers 
nelded 

Rape bdnrma- 
Ine. (TRIS) is 
tour trdning 
for [HtMpective vol- 
eonnselors and 
spciMirs. TRIS is especially 
seeKu% volunteers who are 
able to .give ume evenings 
and 0||| weekends. Each 
TRffi vdunteer is an essen- 
tial put of meeting the 
needs of aexual assault 
victims in Tidewater. 

A |M«-cqlbrse interview is 
required to register. The 
course b^tbis on Monday, 
May 16, at 7 pan. Registra- 
tion fee for the course is $26 
whidi indudes mendbws^ 
and textbook. 

To arnnge an interview, 
eaU 1708 at 622-4800 Mon- 
day-Frill^ fhmi 8 a.m.-6 
p.m. 

Regiatration for the 
course ieicb May 6 and is 
limited #o 80 persons. 



May ia mMDbenh^ nwBth 
for tiie Vfrginte Beadi 
Gramal Hoqritol Attxilbi^. 

On May 10 the auxiliary 
wiO hdd its simud member- 



ah^) meeting. Anyone need- 
ing any faifomuitkm, call 
Mrs. Cynthia ^«dnM>re at 
the volunteer office of the 
hospitd. 



SOLVE MONEY WORRIES 

How to help sdve money 
worrieil Let dassified ads in 
your hooietown newspaper 
sell things you no loaier 
need ami can do without. 
Low cost and quick acting! 



Plant-sitting available 



Tlfc Windsor Woods 
bramh of the Virginia Be- 
ach piSMc library is pro- 
Vidiat a pteot^sitting ser- 
vicrforpHTom taking 
vacati<HUortrii». 

Plants am be brought 
imo tbe Ubrary, left with 
iastn^iMM for caring of 
11k pbi^, and the frtanu 
will llr^Kl for while the 
librtfyinerisaway. 



Then is no time limit as 
to how long one may leave 
plants at the library. 
However each plant must 
hav^ a fcMin omipleted 
that registers owner's 
name and care 
instructions for the (rfant. 
These forms can be 
obtain^ at the f^ont desk 
of the library. 

Bach plant will be 



d^tfly labeled to avoid 
confusion of ownership. 
Provisions will also be 
made ^ hanging plants 
aswdl. 

If intwest omtimies, the 
service wiU be i^ovided 
thrfxi^ottt the year. 

For further 

inCprmation, oUl Sandy 
Throckmorton at the 
library at 340-1043. 



Craft class for kids 



The Windsor Woods 
branch of the Virginia 
Beach public library 
system will present a 
special craft class for 
y^ng people ag^ 9 to 14 
(mRMy,Mayl2,at3:30 
p.m. 

The class has been 
Umi^ to 23 on a pre^ 
regiitration basis. 
R^ittration will begin 



Saturday, May 6. 
Interrated young p«>ple 
must come into the Ubrary 
to register. A parent's 
signature is miulred for 
r^stration. 

' The craft session wU be 
for young praple to make 
a Moth«'s l^y gift. TTi^ 
wiU m^e burlap wall 
hanginp that t^ may 
d«x)rate with felt deigns. 



AH materials will be 
furnished by the library. 

The Ubruy is locat«l at 
3612 S. Plaza Trail in the 
Princess Anne Plaza 
s^tion of Vir^ia Bei^. 

For further 

information, persons 
should contact Sandy 
Throckmorton at the 
Ubrary at 340-1043. 



Preschool 

movie 

program 

The Great Neck branch of 
the Vfrginia Beach public 
library system win preaeat a 
^Mdd movie program for 
praodiod throu^ age dx 
yoqng po^de on Si^urday. 
May 6, at 11 aon. 

The movisa to be shown 
win be "George tJie Gentle 
Qiant" and "The Hoober- 
BhMb Highway." 

There ia no regiatratkm or 
fee for the program which 
wiU laat thirty minutes. 

Thto wiU be the last movfo 
program for thsrschod year. 

"ne Ubrary ia kxated at 
1261 Bayne EMve ia the 
Hilltop area of Virginia 
Beadi. 

For further bformatimi, 
eaU CA. Pauley at 481-6094. 



Community Chapel 
of fers seminar 

The Virglida Beach Community Chapel, ktcated at 1861 
LaaUn Road, ia apoBsoriaff and wOl be Um dte of the "Walk 
Thru the (M Tartameat" annfaiar oo May 6. 

Um "WaOt Thru the Old Tastamoat" aemfaiar ia one of 
severd oftewl nationwide by Wdk Thra the Bible 
Mfaiiitriaa for the purpose ol ealarginff tbe partidpaata' 
ui^ontudfa^ of dM broad sweqi of Scripture aad how It 
maylbeeoiM a ^rhig rMttty ia indivMud Uvea. 

The saodnar laata liram 9 ajB. to 6 pjn. with refiatratioB 

(qmtfaig at 8 ajn. at the Vh^liaia Beach CoramuoUy (%^. 
For.thoae r^^nteg balore the day of Oe aonhiar. faea are 
reduced IS. maUng it 118 for ^iji^ persona and W for 
eoiq^. Fees for thoae registering the day of tiie aeminar 
win be tt more in eadi e^agovy. 

People are eaeouraged to re^rter eariy ud may obtdn 
necessary forms at the Community Chapel. Long'a 
Bookstoreo aad Dudl«y'a Bookatorea and dmply mdl them 
eoopleted and with tbe regiatration fee to the Community 

For further informatiim rsgaiding the s^iar. ceotaet 
Diek LayoMB at 428-1881. 




Consolidated Report of Condition of Bank of Virginia Beach of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia and Fordgn and Domntic Subsidiaries, at the close of business March 31, 
1978, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of 
this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance 
with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank 
of this District. 



Dollar Amounts in Thousands 

1,39S 



ASSETS 

1. Cash and due from banks 

2. U.S. Treasury securities 

3 . Obligations of States and poUtical subdivisions 

4. Obligations of States and poUtical subdivisions 

5. Other bonds, notes, and debentures 

6. Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock 

7. Trading account securities 

8. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to 
resell in domestic offices 

9. a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) 10,372 

b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses 136 i 

c. Loans, net 

10. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing 

1 1 . Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing 
bank premises 

1 2. Real estate owned other than bank premises 

1 3 . Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies 

14. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding 

15. Other assets 

16. TOTALASSETS(sumofitemslthrul5) 

LIABILITIES 

17. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 

18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and 
corporations 

19. Deposits of United States Government 

20. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 

21. Deposits of fordgngovemmenti and of ficUAinstHutiom | 

22. Dqx>slts of commercial banks | 

23. Certified and oi^cers* checks I 

24. TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICES 13,255 

a. Total demand deposlu 5,057 

b. . Total time and savings deposits 8,198 
TOTAL DEPOSITS IN FOREIGN OFFICES 
TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN OFFICES 

25 . Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreonents to 
repurchase in domestic offices 

26. Mortgage indebtedness for borrowed mon^ 

27. Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases 

28. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding 

29. Other liabilities 

30. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) 

31. Subordinated notes and debentures 



1.433 

433 

200 



62 



100 



10.236 



751 
189 

242 
753 
15,794 



4,644 

5,580 

217 

2.618 





196 



13,255 







242 

108 

13.605 





33 



34 
35 
36. 



No. shares outstanding 

No shares authorized 
No. shares outstanding 



EQUITY CAPITAL 

32. Preferred stock a 

Par Value 

Common stock a. No shares authorized 1,000,000 
b. No. shares outstanding 219,217 
Par Value 'i®^ 

Surplus ^3 

Undivided profiu 120 

Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 

37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) 2,189 

38. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 

(sum of items 30, 3 1 , and 37) 1 5,794 

MEMORANDA 

1. Average for 30 calendar days ending with report date: 

a. Cash and due from banks (corresponds to iton 1 above) 1,551 

b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreonents to 
resell (corresponds to item 8 above) 112 

c. Total loans (corresponds to item 9a above) 10,064 

d. Time deposits of $ 100,000 or more in domestic onioes 
. (corresponds to Memoranda items 3a plus 3b below) 3.251 

f. Total depicts in domntic and fOTdgn offices 
(corresponds to item 24 above) 12.944 

g. Federal fumts purchased and securities sold under agreements to 
repurchase (corresponds to item 25 above) 90 

g. Other liabiUtin for borrowed money (corresponds to item 26 above) 

Standby letters of credit outsUnding as of report date 242 

3. Time deposits of SIOO.OOO or more in domatic offices outstandmg as 
of report date: 

a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or mo» 3,251 

b. Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or mor| 

I, J. Burton Harri^n, Jr. Pr^(tent, of the above-named bulk <to hweby jfeclare 
that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowled^ ami belief, v 

We, the undCTsigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and 
d^lare that it has b«n examined by us and to the best of our kmwiedge and belief is 

true and correct. * 

Dir«:tors 

William F. Hudgins.Jr. 

Charles W. Cashman, Jr. 

niwnasC. Kyrus 

State of Virginia, County of Virginia Beach ss: 

Sworn to and sutecribed before me this 19th cUiy of April, 1978. 



I JoAnri Owens (Notary Public) 



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VRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1978 



V 



Woodstock annual talent show... 




wiMy rM frani ttM mcomI 
rauUM to "Pretty lallMlm." 



^*«t!ck Deloatch acted as tlw maatar of 
nonies in the Woodstock talont show last 
Friday. 



Nacher from ttie first grade wtg^9d her nose and 
wagged her tali in her song and tap routine. 



Photos by Joan Coates 




MiielcteaHiar Chris MaiiflerprovMadthenNi^ 
and dN^lea for the tetait iN-oductloii. 



rinit graders Stai^y ManrtMd and Un Barry 
biifliiied to the r " 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, MAV 3, WW 



It 



...finds budding stars ^f all ages 




Sham from Woodttock't first grid* had tkt 
audtonea JoMng In wtth har aonf by dapidiq;, 
stanvlilg and singing. 



Mamf ■rown dbfrfayad har vlalhi vhiuaao for tha 
Woodatockaliidants. 




Woodstock Elementary School held itsannual talent 
show last Friday morning for students and parents in 
the school auditorium. 

It's highly competitive for the Woodstock students to 
be able to entertain in the show. The school holds 
auditions per grade level and the three top acts from 
each grade was selected for the show. 

Eighteen acts performed in this year's production 
with acts varying from disco, tap and tumbling dance 
routines .violin and drum instrumentals and comedy ac- 
ts. 

The Woodstock teachers displayed their own talents 
with their joint rendition of "On the Good Ship 
Lollipop" "There Comes a Summer to the Town" and 
"Bumblebee." 

The two shows met to thunderous applause, plenty of 
laughs and another year of budding talent . 







DalaatCn f ^nrta Sraflanf Staphan 
Braland and Danna Vaiifhaii p ra a a nt ad ttiair ran- 
dtthM of "You Ught Up My LHa" for Woodstock. 



Taachara Ms Kbig, Suaan Moraau, Ray 
Shakalford, Lhida Hall and Batty Clampoil squash 
bumUabaaa for tha stiMdanto of Woodstock. 




ai^art Paid tkcaiaa fram Iha HfHi grada 
1^ a raa^ailan at Mm Woadatocfc tilsnt sliow< 
farhi»««liat'*sowMla. 



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I iH*l 481.3477 DHttCTTO AP-VISoin 

— — ^— ■^— ^^— -^— — — -- — — ^ 




A jftcf your InvBstnnntI Sbb on of thoso l9adlng atoa RealtorsI 

You can trust a Realtor! 








REALTOR 



Cfjefiiapeaiie $ost 




UIRKCT LINE PHC^iE 4M.MM TO AD-VI«)0R' 



classdited 



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iiginia Beach Sm^ 



I PRINT. 









l«7 AwwUwteSwrtli, »rti<| ii"i C 

Urie oversized nreplice in fimilyroom accents this 

lovely 4 bedroom. IVi biHi Iwnie. WItli central 

■If, formal dining room, and 2 car garage. Wxtra 

Extra large bedroom suite. Situated on wooded 

corner lot. I year ERA Warranty. $77,500. 

TERR! SESSOMS 484.78I3. Office 484-6690 



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Taylor Brothers 
Realty Co. 

Paige Taykr, Broker 
3104 TYRE NECX ROAD 
CbircUami 

484-4542 




1953 Mercedes Beaz 

220 Cabriolet "B", 
Convertable, Classic, Pre- 
War StyUng, a Rare Model, 
tt.OOO Finn - 481-4642. Good 
to excellent unrestored 
OMditioii.- 




BRADY 

- a 

Associates. Inc. 

Realtors 

Plaxa Shoppiag Ceater 

484-9600 

PAUL V. NADY 
Res: 488-2271 

OIURCHLAND 
AGENTS FC»: 

CHARLES D. J(XiNS(»i 
ft SC»I,INC 



WORK FROM YOUR HOME 
NO SELLING 

We are looking for mature persons who are self starters to 
do telephone work from their hemes. Must have morntaiss 
and evenings free to call. Good workers may exceed $4.00 
per hour worked. $2.63 per hour guaranteed when starting. 
Mast however be qualified to advance to higher wage. Write 
Nfr. Mason, 6159 Virginia Beach BWd., Norfolk, ^%gi^ 
23SQ2. Please include i^ooe number. 



jtrft5' 



LOANS 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk Cduiily 
Finance Co. 

Locally Owned 
482-3381 

342 Batthf laid Bl¥d. 
Wilson Sfiopping Shopping 






m HOME 
SERVICES 



CASN FOR YOUR 
NOME EQUITY 



Gil 

Family Rtalty Corp, 
420^11 




mmiKi kis$iM? 

Sht now l() plan Uw a professional 
cmerdrivinga'BwRig -Our private 
Iraiung school uHtn ampetmt in- 
itnictors, nKidem«iuipmen«andchal- 
tenaing (raining fields. K«p your job 
ino train un part time basis (Sat. & 
Smb.) nr ii((end our 3 week full-time 
nendenl training. Call right now for 
Ml inlcnnatian. 




WANTIP 

S riiDKNTS FOR 

TRACTOR 

TRAII.KR 

niAINIIM 

VA Appnniil 
No Homr ( iHmptMidnK'r 

WctknidnrKuH-liinr 

I Kn- ihr hnmI rxprrirmT 

IMI.1.(imlt««imi 

tiMrhillr Inttk IMvcr SiIkniI 

480^11 

WI7rid«»«ltTl»r.,Niiff(i«i 



SAILBOATS 

CAPE DORY -27' - Just 
received, diesel inboard, sail 
away, S2I, 793. 

HUCSON - 25- - Used, fully 
craise, equipped, $14,000 
CDAY - 22" - Used. fuUy 
equipped for cruising or racina 
S8,000. * 

HmIE - 16' - Used, several in 
Stoelf from $1,793. 

lASHl - Used, 2 in stocit from 
$750. 

n»CE S - Used in stock, from 
$750. 

TRAFTON MARINE L 

3716SiioicDr.,Va.Beadi 




Beadi^ 



NO COLLECTING 
NO PACKING 
NOiDELIVHttNG 



-^rt^an 



Wv Wan • 

Excellent commissions — with 
advancement opportunity. 

461-8152 
MILDRED 



D.R.STAKES 



No Job too Mg ar too sastf, 
bMsediate nd persoMl ser- 
vice. Low overhead prices. 
We ftHUKe. Oa uytbae. D. 
R. Stakes, g53-79n or gS5- 
03S1 



853-7592 
855-0351 



CUANINGNew homes and 
rentals. All kinds of Clean- 
ing. CUl 421-9787. 



JC'S PLUMBING 



; Re«airs and 

., NoJohtMsaMrii. 
I i4 hr. service. Low rates. 

451-9105 
^ 587-3002 

0MI.H.BLACK 

: HOME 
1 MPROVEMENT 
; CO. 

! Kitdien remodeling 
I BMhrooBi remodebig 
\ AInmtoumsidfag 
•' Oarages butt 

Room additions 

Ckrpeittry 

FtrefAMCs b^ 

Garage to Fandlyrooo 

Cbnverskns 

Yon name it, wel do it! 

Aqrttee far free estimtte 
P. r ^ state re^ter^ 
aatractor(WUH> 



DEBOLD'S 
MAQICMST 

YOUR TIRED ivhobtery 
can be cleaned md given 
new life by Deboidl Nfegic 
NGst. an 425-«»5 ft* free 
estimates.-^. ^--_ 

425-6085 



RU8^a*8HOME 
IMPROVEMENTS 

Room addhions, bath- 
rooms kttdiens, garages aiHl 
generti lune repnrs. G»ll 
anytime for free estimates. 
48S-377S. UceiMed. banded. 
10 yrs. exp. 

485-3775 



BEACH NEiGHKXtaOOO 

EMERGENCY 

DRAW* SEWER 

SERVICE ■ 

Call Rooajr Sawyer aaytlne 

4II-9M 1 



EDDIE'S WELDING 

SERVICE 

iMETALFAMICATIOHS 

WILOiNOANyWHEm 

METAL STAIRCASIS 

FiREEKAPES 

ORNAMENTAL lANISTERS 
TRAILERS 

HIKHES 

ALL TVPES WELDING 

dR6-Wf S or 4i»-5«R0 

K^iginia 

I Virginia Beach. Va. 

Is receiving applications for the position of 
Gassified Advertising Representative. 
Apfriicants must be aggressive, mature 
and attractive. Telephone Rapport and 
accomplished sales background are a 
must. Other duties include receptionist, 
light bookkeeping and typing. 
Salary, bonuses, commi.ssions and bene- 
fils commensurate wiih experience. 

"«/> *S^mf iicnMe1\(\kl rUsOM*'''aM''si1afy" 
requirements tOr< 

H. Thomas Drew 

General Manager 

138 Rosemont Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23432 

For Appointments during April 10-14 or 
April 17-21 only phone 547-4571 between 
8:30 and 9:00 a.m. 



^-Antomobiles far Sale 

NOVA, »7S, red, 6 cyl., 
manual, good radial tires, 
excellent condition. 

Moving abroad. Worth 
S2,400, sacrifice for 
$1,800,487-6029. 

310 

REBUILT CHEVY 

ENGINE, 1950, 216, 6 
cyl, 3,000 on overhaul. 
Completely rebuilt from 
bell housing forward, 
$200, 399-3418. 

517 

MERCEDES KNZ1933, 
220 Oibriolet *%", Classic 
pre-war styling. A rare 
model, $8,000 firm. 481- 
4642. 

OPEL^ - 1973, 5g,000 
miles, automatic, tach, radi- 
«|«. radio, Mediterranean 
blue, $2,100, call 588-3127, 

sio 

V(KJCSWAOON.197« RAB- 
BIT - automatic, 2 door, red 
with white interior, 27,000 
miles. Excellent engine/ 
body/interior. $2,700,- best 
offer. 489-1115. 

^ 5 10 

OUISMMILE - 1976 Sta- 
tion wagon, 350 engim, iUlly 
Equipped, A/C, AM/FM 
radio, luggage rack, original 
owner, $3,800, 461-7524 or 
625-3686. 

510 

NOVA - 1972, red, radio, 
brand new tires, new clutch, 
new exaust system, stand- 
ard shift, lowmileage, excel- 
lent condition $1,500 negoti- 
able. 428-4391. 

51 

(XJ>SMOnLE.1974 
OMEGA - Hatchback, auto- 
matic power brakes, power 
steering, air, FM cassette 
stereo. 40 channel CB. 
$2,000. 486-2118. 

_510 



i-AntoiwiMes for Srte ll-BoMs. MhvtaM SappHes 



aumtcmuE- 1973 cot- 

lass, power steering, power 
brakes, air, good tires, good 
condition $1,700. 421-3635. 
510 



1977 DODGE VAN: 
B200, low mileage, still 
under warranty, AM/FM 
cassette, partially 

customized includes, 
materials to complete 
customizing, 16,000. 486- 
5067 after 5 p.m. 

524 

CliEVRQLET-1975-4 

wheel drive, 10 inch all 

terrain tires with mags, set 

up for beach, $4,300 firm. 

587-6124. 

— 53 

7-TrMcits-TraMers -Jeeps 

77 DODGE D-200 - Qub cab, 
3/4 ton pick-up, low mil., 
PS, AT, V8, rear jump 
seats. $4,600. 340-5154. 

510 

1974'CJ-5 JEEP, biue, 
radio, excellent tires, new 
canvas top, 34,000 miles, 
1 owner, has had excellent 
care. 461-6367 or 461- 
6661. 
Slfl_ 



SAILBOAT-25ft.,6sails(2 
comidete sets), 6 hsp. John- 
son motor, tabernacle oust, 
1 inch.Nfahogany hull, very 
good condition $4,200. 397- 
5367. 
53 , 

MONARK-16' (bass/duck 
hunting) 70 hp. Evinrude 
(1977), Long galvinized trail- 
er, tach, extras. Excellent 
condition, $2,800. 483-1386. 
510 

SAILBOAT - 23 ft., 1959, 
Fottboat, Norwegian sloop, 
1977 Johnson, diesel avail- 
able, many extras, good 
condition, $5,000. After 
4:00, 627-6205. 

.510 

BOAT 33', cabii», 
flybridge, diesel powered, 
ready to go, good family 
boat. $5,700. 464-7347 
days, 428-0126 evenings 
and week-ends. Must Sell! 
510 



SAILBOAT club,day sail- 
ers/cruisers, experienced or 
beginners, free saiUng in- 
struction, no boat payments, 
no boat maintenance, no in- 
siu-ance, no slip fees, no 
trailer costs, etc., the only 
way to sail, for info, call 481- 
4224. 

33 



7 

1976 FORD F-150 
TRUCK withcap, 
automatic, PS, 

PB, AM/FM, 15,000 
miles, custom cab, repair 
manuals, sliding glass 
windows. $4,295. Will 
n^ottate. 486-8422. 

524 



TROJAN -1974- F-26 
Express, 225 Chrysler, 
sleeps 4, galley, head, 
depth finder, radio, 
excellent condition, 
$11,500. Days: 622-4651, 
cxt. 10, Evenings 422- 
1796. 

510 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 
FOR 

People phum^ Hones 
A OutoB BaUders 
SALES WFIGE 
333 Providence fU. 

CALLA^^-IJl^l 



COLONIAL WOODCRAFT 

CUSTOM KITCHENS 

AT BinLOER'S PRICE 

343-4966 

5 lines of 
A PiaeCaUatt 






mil INSHCTION 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

545-7318 





fRINniMQ 

CLUBS COMMERCIAL 
CALL 

42S-7tt«4ar4»-74C0 

lyvyyyywyyyy 



1972 CAFRI -2000, Green 
4-speed, air conditioning, 
radio, good tires, good 
condition, $1600. 484- 
7525. 

517 

49C><0ODGI^'' tfART, 

whiter f 70 efi^ite, 3lpeed 
column, good tires, $145. 
487-3328. 

517 

TOYOTA-W^OOROLLA - 

2^ylB;W»mi., fiKtory air 
conditioned, clean hiside and 
out, $1,050, 499-3088. 
510 

DODGE DART, 1973, 
340 Sport, 48,000 mis., 
lots of new parts, looks 
sharp, $1975, 399-3418. 

317 



1965 PLYMOUTH 

BELVEDERE 1, 4 door 
sedan, very good con- 
dition, new tires, new bat- 
tery, engine has 30,000 
miles.Economical gas 
mileage. $450. 485- 
5314/398-2295. 

524 



CYCLE INSURANCE - 

Low rates. Inunediate 
coverage. Call D & M 
Insurance, 3475 Virginia 
Beach Blvd. 857-5908. 

tf 



"BRS 



RMPLMYMKNT 




13-Help Wanted 



UGHT DELIVERY, 

good $^ pe^ hour. 
Natibi^ ^ " '"Compmy 
expanding rapidly - needs 
help. Must have 
transporution. Some 
evenings open. Call 9-4, 
463-0126. 

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ffayels ffWvnti' rSdtnol far Q)ogs 

• GROOMING & BATHING-AU BREEDS 
• OBEDIENCE d SHOW RING TRAINWC- 
CROUP AND PRIVATE PH: 399.6526 
"WITH THIS AD" 

1'® AEE BATH AND 

■ ^^^ GROOMING 

Phone for our olready low prices 

too numerous to list 

POITSMOBTH PNi 3«3.*S2t 

349 Marylond Ave. 



lOUF , 



1 3 FREE HOUSE PAYMENTS! *^ 

FiMiUfecltSMMlvanrYMr! ^A 

IMRRyjUVONS 
•t 

JUDY ANMUUiV REALTY 

481-7816 or 4 

•rati— ,481-39M "^0^ 




i-Spedal Noticea 

1BE FANNIE D. FINNEY 

Bvan^iistic Hour may be 
heard every Saturday at 1 
p.m. on WTCE r400 AM 
dial. For (arayer and Christ- 
ian coimseling dial 623-5052. 



2-Sprrial Niilirr!i 



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mm 



SPECIAL 



$.AJ«JCKLES 

*fl0Qrtfl».OU 
work. BMteooRu, 
and partis. n£B 

; ^W337 



Mlders 

HoBie Improvenwnts 
Qaittractors 
Oar^e AuUers 
Room Additions 
Ahanfaaim Skiing 
RooA - Ou-ports 
Ktetea Reoodelhig 



I^h E. Vkuk, Sr. 
IIOB Pnk Aveme 
Ote s ni e a k e, Va. 



CARPET CLEAM.NG 

$34.95 

Om low price includes: any living room, dining 
roemairfhan. 

COLOR BRIGHTENERS 

SOILRETARDANT 

DEODORIZING 

REMOVE * REPLACE FURNITURE 

NO EXTRA CHARGES 

UCENSED GUARANTEED INSURED 

WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION 

BEACH STEAMERS 

'*2«-4473 




CHUCS NOmS lARAlZ 

- 2 yew membershq) for less 
than oee years cost. Free 
lesson interested parties. 
Cost $1,015 seU for $473. 
3404337. 

"INSWiT Sdf D^nae" 
against 'wanm, rapists. 
For thfr partes, who is too 
busy tKte^ tko far ax • 
perts. ifi! mbml». fnt do- 
tails, tanataod. CcttMU, 
worth jma Ufa. Eiff^iim, 
POB 4IUV, Va. Be«^, Va. 
23454 ^ 

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150 URGENT Elleetive 
Bettmi as ear I nv a tm ^ 
CoaU i^wwtt SMl.t^ar- 
asteed. 1^ dettf^ H^ 
ineas.fC» 4118V, Va.B«a- 
efa,Va.1S454 

. tf 

"BE Wmr. Usiqua 81 
page h«*ht eeat^S a ae- 
•tep tanek iar iMeeataig 
Amoy. Claiy yow vh^ 
ltfeforai#e.Pr«odatalia. 
Guaraitfiad. AMiaaM 
P0B4H8V.VarKS, Va. 
23454 



C^METICS -By Luzier, 
for a loveUo- you try 
Ludo- and see the 
diffo-ence. 423-7546. 

517 

"ANIMAL CONTROL 
LAWS become more 
inequitable as man 
becomes more sophisticate 
and paranoid. What to do 
about it? Recommen- 
dations offered and in- 
vited. Action vs Apathy, 
P.O. Box 5054, 
Chesapeake, Va. 23324." 
524 

"IF YOU HAVE aa em- 

m garage, bam or other 
storage si»ce I will make 
it make money for you. 
547-1846." 

510 




3-I.asi nut tmmi 



DO&SHETLAND H»D. 

ER (miniature OoOie) <■ h- 
nafe, no odtat. Lost dhk 
Street, Ocen llroM t^ 10, 
reward. Neeik medfrW - 
|rie«e return. ^2-4219 or 
3W-2g67. 

510 



1974 PINTO - AM/FM 

radio, engine and body 
excellent condition, 

reliable and economical 
transportation. Just tuned 
and serviced. $1,330. 
Weekends and evenings: 
428-4340. 

___^ 524 

lt»'OrAO0ROLLA,i^I, 
rebuih engine, gg hupection 
stidter, excellent tires, 8 
track t^je player, gets ex- 
ceBent gas ndkage, $550, or 
best oOer. GUI 486-3430. 
Nights: 420-9423. 

CAMARO - 1974, LT, 

$3200 or best offer. Nice- 
lots of extras. After 5, 
857-7379. 

624 

1970 VOLKSWAGON 
BUG, manual tran- 
smission, rebuilt engine, 
AM/FM. Tires, body, and 
into^ior excellent shape. 
$750. 543-2366. 

524 

1977 THUNDERBIRD: 

3W, red, 11, MO miles, 
AM/FM stereo 8 track, 
AC, PS,PB, cruise con- 
trol, steel belted radials, 
$600 cash and payments 
$176,497-5322. 
524 

AMC.197S PACER, 

excdloit c(MMUtiott, nray 
options, low miles, $^50 
or bat off». 461-2074 
days, 468-3333 after 6. 

517 

IMMEDIATE CASH 

paid for ^Nir car. No 
wOtingfl We ne«rf c«K 
desperately. CouHesy 
Qtfs. H\-^m or 461- 
6(61. 

— . 510 



1975 NORTON COM- 
MANDO: 850cc, hi-rise 
motorcycle, excellent con- 
dition, low mileage. 
$1,200. Call Larry Weaver 
at 464-8113 da^rs or 625- 
5568 evenings. 

524 



1974 K A WASH -100 
MOTORCYCLE. 
Excellvdt condition, $250. 
497-8669. 
5 10 

WXKDK - 1973, 730 Super 
Sport, p«lded sissy bar, 2 
hefanets, du-ooie headers, oil 
pressure gauge, 5,000 miles, 
excellent cooditiai, $1,430. 
484-2378. 

310 

Il-Boals, Marine SappHes 



DMKSET. 17 1/2 ft. cabfai 
cruiser (sleeps 2) all fiber- 
glass, 75 hsp. Johnson,trail- 
er, ftdly equiped, many ex- 
tras, reasonably priced, 420- 
0463. 

33 

lOHNSWI OUTBQARDS- 

FuU selection of 19^*1, hi all 
horsepower ranges plus a 
few leftover 1977% at big 
savuigs. ^king MariiK b 
Vhgii^<k largest Jofansoo 
outboard deafer. The reason 
is iK'ioe, seleaioo and ser- 
vice. See us before you buy 
or yai may overpay! 1/2 
mile West of the Lynnhaven 
Inlet ft-idge. ^kfaig Marine, 
3762 SiKire Drive, 464-6939 
or 464-3411. 



■ASS BOAT 20* Ranger 
with *hre on trafler, 1978 
200 Np. Meroiry ottbovd- 
Mercury tral^ iMtor.Md 
n%0, wSl seU $6,300. ^9^ 
8073. 

tumx IN* ait ilau 

VKZ. Qott safe ^oA «»i 
retrteval of boMs up to 27*. 
Servkes ta^ide gas, oil, ice 
and repi^s. CU to reserve. 
** *y sMp ta4v.» -Wl»re 
Qae CU Does It AIL"Lyra- 
tavea I^y StQn«t Mv lai^ 
2190 North Q^ N^ Road 
Virgil Beadi. Va. 23451 

33 



CABINET MAKER, door 
frame builds and a wood 
moulder cqierator. A|;q>ly 
in p^son Burton Lumbo- 
Corp. 835 Wilson Rd., 
Oiesapeake. 

5-17 

STANLEY HOME 

PRODUCTS is looking 
tot personable young 
- homemakers to 

demonstrate ttadr famous 
products. Call us for 
ctetails, free training 
available. 486-2526. 

510 

8AL£8.«XJDAY MAQC 
OQSMEncS - Opportunity 
to advance to management. 
Liberal commissions, car 

, he^ftd. Tidewater area. Gall 
467-4040. No mvestmeat re- 

I qufred. 

tf 

NUTSI4kffiTRICS OMAN- 
IC OOSMffiTlGS - Help 
wanted, this product sells 
itself. Earn as mai^ n$$$ 
•s you care tot 425-3834 
after 3 p.m. Free cansidta- 
tion. 

510 

PART-TIME HELD 
NMDEa). 15 hcNirs $100. 
Choice of hours. Ideal for 
young mothers/house - 
wives. Good personality- 
likihg people a must! 461- 
4771. 

510 

TRUCK DRIVER i^eded 
for home improvoront 
c(Hni»ny. ^qdy Mi^k 
Bros. Buiiden. 545-7318. 
t 

N^O~Six Women hiteres- 
ted m earnii« $M to. $100 
weekly. Part thae from your 
lK3me. Can 4204)977 te ^q>- 
•oiittmeat. 

tf 



K SUOCl^ffUL Mllag 
TVi-Chem Iq^ e^KoU- 
ery. ao htvestsi^tt aeeded, 
ftiM or p»t4l^. Or tot 
Tri-<&m ham party A 
receive beairtifld gUts, 387- 
W9. 

33 



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i W*L 481-3477 DIRECT TO *l>.w5iir1 



DOifflSSnC ENGI^IEiX 
tiESStSi, part-tine 
work. I will pay S3.00 per 
hmir. Qriialto S jpm. 420- 
3243. 

317 

LADm^erestiiig, profit- 

! work Iw^xng me in my 

•Detk ft vitamin busin- 

■ et:, let your own hours, for 

['''apiMiiitiiieBt phone ^^S530 

'■' ^ _33 

JEWELKV SALES AD- 

VISORS NEEDED for 

new cmnpany starting in 

area - No f«s! Top com- 

jnissions. N^d car and 

j>hone. Full or part-time. 

<aU49(MM33. 

53 

r AINTING-CARPEN— 
IHYWish to speak with 
^red p^rons to do light 
painting and carpentry 
>ork. 347-4981. 

524 



HOUSE SITTER . 

< Reliable, local former 
' teacher will house-sjt 
-: resort home this summer. 
VWll give loving care plan- 
ts-animals. References. 
CaU 1-703-552-6510 or 
,481-1207. 

tf 

■ABYSnTING -In my 
'home, full time ($25) and 
,by the hour (.75). Loving 
care, fenced, experienced. 
Pembroke Mall Area. 
Minuteman Road. Call 
;4»-3524. 

524 

BABYSITTING $35 

WiXKLY from June 13 
through September. 

-School bus driver wants 
ob for the summer. 

'' xiving care for your 

^ hildren. 485-4363. 

~r tf 

#N KSDEs DAvrnn: 

.^ VOBI in your home, can do 
ange-motkn exercises on 
troke patients. Excellent 

>r efereaoes. 481-1889 after S 
* .m. 

510 

^ lOUSEKEEPlNG 

>.W«»n«Kpfft«r'.b$?0 a 

vn'^m^f™ " har!^«^©rker 

kue try my service. Call 

: 87-0920. 

; . 524 

••Lacal iMtrBctloRClaiwi 

nnytCanunies. Certified 
>nMan Teacher. Com|riete 

. JM DoneaB products. 

; tiMaware. Firing, uni-. 
oa gifta. Free beginner's 
aaaes. SB18 Potters Road. 
»4M87. 

T.F. 
21-PrivMe iBstractioi 



puppies, 6 weeks cAd, 
vamed. Extra isetty pup- 
ils, make great lets. To 
good bomes on^t S13. 421- 
9614. 

5^ 

SILVER POODUl. 

minature with papm 
needs a ^>od home $10.00 
YdrU/Oiihuahua mixed 
fr« to a good hraie 
Moving, pet ne^ hcHne. 
497-6941. 

317 

SAINT KSNAia) njn>Y. 

female. 4 n»ntlu ohl with 
papers, shota, housetec)»ii, 
very loviBg,great with chiU- 
ren, $200. 424-1337. 

33 

22 "~ 

DOBERMAN PINCHER 
PUPPIES -AKC 

Registered, tails docked, 
shots, parents on premises 
and have good 
disposition. $130. 837- 
4326. 

'324 



23-Pcl Services 



MCE LESSONS - 

irate teacher, 340-8814 
terSpm. 

317 



JUIMBT OCXWiING 
CniOrai in my home, 
rkd ooatinental cuisine. 
U expression to your 

vudUng. Reasonabk rates. 

Qdl for ta^mation 340- 

6580. 

53 



PETS-SUnPUES 



*h-. 




2M>eii'€Ms.aad otter Pels 

MALE COCK-A- 

POOthmisebroken - well 
traimd. "He is a grrat 
fWRV-" To a good hmne 
.on^. $3. 484-8223. 

53 

PEKINGNESEPUPPIES 

• 8 weeks old, mother and 
ftth» on premises. Very 
affectionate, good with 
children, $75, 543-1341. 

524 



: PimnES-Motter Cocker, 

hthetl. BeMtiftil 6 week dd 

^bladc fem^s. Adorable and 

*1ovfa«, to good hooMS only I 

SS4». 4»«204 after 3 p.m. 

53 



UBH SSTlSK^iiix pup- 
^, exoeOettt ftunfly pets. 6 
weeks old, have shots, to 
good hones only. 340-SS9P. 
53 

LABMDOBBenUE- 
VUB. AKC Registered, 6 
wwks tH, Very healthy, 
wewMl. black. !75 females, 
$l0ft«te. »Be adl 427- 

4m. 

53 




LIVESTOCK 



24-Hor»es-€itllf Ect. 

S YEAR CXJ> WELSH 

PONY- Nice conformatioo, 
good mover, ptaito with good 
looking markings. No vices. 
Negative Coggins. 13 hawfa. 
Would make nice dtiUreBl 
pony. Carries 1 10 lbs. easily. 
Show potential. $100, nego- 
tiable; moving must sell. 
CbU 547-4571, days, ask for 
Lynn or 421-3804 evenings 
and weekends. 

531 

QUALITY CARE FOR 
YOUR HORSE. VBW 

Farm. i:»l West Road. 
Chesapeake. Oood 

pasture, friendly 

atmosphere, call now, 
487-3328. 

517 



MERCHANDISE 




CAlffiRA PEIRI. FA-I. 

shutter speed 1-1000 sec., 33 
MM- F/1.7 lens, FP and X 
auto setting. S140. CUl 424- 
2739. 

33 

TaWN MOfWER - Yaaoo, 2 
years old. like new, 5 hp. 
Clinton engine. 22 in. cut. 
$143. or best offer. Please 
call 464-4082. 

tf 

LADIES OXITHES - Size 
16. name brands, suits, 
coats, dresses. Perfect con- 
dition. $3 to S13. Qistom 
made drapes, 2 pair, $83. 
627-3310 or 622-6481. 

310 



O'^tfdM AvSali 



•WMri- 
poe^ 1 yasor oU, exee^ot, 
mtStism, whhe. 17.1 ea. 
ft. nOO. nease call «7- 
3134. 



sni^KnY-noADi 

MOQB738, 8 torsepower, 
ridl^ Slower, 36 in. cat. A-l 
slu^ $430. 420-23n. 

33 

CAMPING SUPPUES: 

Colonan- White Stag ten- 
ts, sto^ng bags, stoves; 
Himalayn Backt^:king 
gear: MAG Sales. The 
Arraie-Navie Surplus 
Store. 622-9063. 

726(c«rrectdate) 

RAILROAD WATCHES, 

antique jewdry, Victorian 
wataut (tesk. Hosier 
cabinets, 4 ice cream 
chairs. 19th Catury 
Antiqua, Opai 10-7, 7 
days, 623-91 19. 

517 

CBURCHiBANFH^liS* 

SELLING POST. At Fex 
Hall S089 E. Priaeaaa 
Anne R<»d. 20 pareot crff 
with thb advertiaaoMBtl 



868-9648. 



53 



LEFT HAND GOLF 
CLUBS, black golf bag, 
never used, reasonably 
priced. Household 
screens, lots of them! 
$5.00 for aU. 497-8669. 
510 

PAINTINGS -Abstract by 
Kirby. Thrift, ^ooks, 
Bortswick & (tther acrylics 
& coUages. 425-6969. 

5J7 

HAIR OHiOKINCB: Youth- 
air, Sun-Ray, Hoods. Hair- 
tonics: Jeris. Sur-lay. Huk> 
Beau Kerman, Lud» llger, 
Correct-Way, Sur-Oroom, 
Q.E.D., WeU-Gomb, Scot- 
eece Barber Sui^ly and 
Slurpening Service, 837- 
4435. 

33 

SPRDN: • SUMMK 
CLU'IHlNG.Men, women - 
cMUreo^. AU sizes - good 
prices. Tilings Unlimited 
New and Used, 301 Virginia 
Beach Blvd., 428-7841, 
53 i 

t^CA wmRUOOL-washer 

good comiitico, dryer works 
-needs timer. $3.00 eadi. 
C^pet with p«l, 18X13, 
$5.00. One week must gof 

53 

AMF TRAMP0U4E teaml 

Mw, stfll in carton! fto- 
fiessioeal styfe ani size. Cost 
$150 any rettonaMe offier 
Mxxpted. 428-1934. 

S3 

d^RRS Mwtwte 
trbuw', gMtoe traaiw. 
atoo bona a«d d« ^ 
pers. Seeimm^Atf^ 
ply ft tKupmtm l^vlca. 



fOamTAL RIKSS, 

powe locw^ in Bd^WB, 
100 pCTceat wod: ffitt- 
iSm 8ViXll«00; 

riffa^ tamp, 2S" 
dune^, nrnel coist, 
nMMte aadrarvcd ft^ 
$»S.423-«9». 

517 



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27-Hos»eHahlGeBds 

VANITY CABINETS -25 

percoit off, Marrii 
vanities. Satin white with 
cultured marble top, 24". 
30", 36" sizes. Cavalier 
Carpet A Kitdiou, Inc. 
627-8888. 

5-17 



at-Aatl^aes « ColectlMes 

^■■^ii^™M"»B««Bean"Wi 

BOrS ANtmUES - 1U04 

Laffette Avenue. We buy 
ami sdl. Uaed and antique 
furniture. 625 -9624 <a> 867 
- 6710 $ibap. Dealer. 
T.F. 

StAINED GLASS -4 
panda, 3X7' exquisite 
$300 each. Also: 5 
windows, begutiful 

condition. All dated 1902. 
CaU 393-6437. 

517 

MARIGOLD DESSERT 
SET, 8 goblets to match, 
collection green glass^ 

,i^lm colored: flasi.Odi 
mornings 857-7216. 

524 



27-HoBae HeM Gmit 

BROYHILL WOOD 

TABLEStOctagional 
cocktail with 2 square and 
Ubles. Glass tops. Like 
new. Absolutely perfect! 
Cost $475. SeU $295. 547- 
4014. 

524 

RATTAN FURNITURE- 

1 8' couch, 2 chairs (with 
cushioiu, need new 
covers), 2 v*nd tables. 1 
coffee table, i foot stool. 
$550. May be seen by ap- 
pointment only.853-8572 
after 6. 

310 

FURNTTURE: Couch and 
chair, brown with a little 
gold tweed Herculon. 
Good condition-Hardly 
used. Most go. $85. 383- 
1679-after5:30. 

524 

BRAND NEWIDining 
.room suite with lighted 
diina cabinet, worth 
$1,200 seU $630: Crushed 
vdtvd «>uch -<Aair, worth 
$800 seU $430. Please call 
420-9533. 

324 

ROCKE^sSwivel rock«- 
Brand new $33. Platform 
rocker in flows'^ design 
$35. Tlttse are brand new 
and a gr«u buy. 420-9533. 
524 

ELEGANT ITAUAN 
PROVINCIAL couch, 
side chair • p^n/gold 
brocacte; greoi vdvet, 
Mi^ back chdr; bcaptiful 
tami», tabtes. 

Reascmabie, 420-^42. 



TmBWAfU Sew Vac. 
2710 Vkgh^ Beach Bonle- 
va^ 340 -3ttl or 6328 East 
tadtai River Road, 420 - 

nOS. Reconditicned 
vacwMS $9.93 vp. Kirby 
service. 

tf 



MOVING AUIOAD- 
MU8T ^ELL-12" 

tdevision, $25; coffee pot, 
$3; vaporizo-, $4; 

hdr dryo- $10; iron, 
$5,487-6029. 

SIO 

WHIRLPOOL IM- 

PERIAL DRYER, 3 

speed, gdd. Moving 
abroad. Must sell. 
Sacrifice $93. Please call 
487-6029. 

510 

CHANDEUER-BEL- 
gium, 5 lights, with globes 
* crystals - voy d^ant 
for formal dining room. 
Cost $1,100 safirifioe $300. 
Extra oystals iiududed. 
484-7563. 

426 

FREEZEK-22 cu. ft. dtnT 
type, never used. $195. 
Arm. Must Sell! Afto- 5 
pm, 423-4264. 

517 

HBNKEL HARRIS Cherry 
drop-leaf dining room td)le: 
needlepdat solk: 2 tqwstry 
barrel diairs. exquisite hurn- 
iture- only serious inquiries. 
583-3932. 

53 

XKD-HOrKINS • practical- 
ly new with matress. solid 
white. Pdd $200. will sell for 
$60. Perfect condition! 622- 
2101. 

510 

FRENCH PROVINCIAL 
SOFA in Celedcn green 
damask, good conditicnS135. 
833-3739 after 3 p.m. 

33 

COUCH and CHAIR-Early 
American, 6 foot so(h has 
a queen size hkle-a-way 
bed, matching chair, Her- 
cukn fclM-ic, V.GC, $293., 
428-7602. 419 

MAGNAVOX STERIO 

(xmsoie, $223; New Pndai- 
dare Dryer, $223; Wom- 
en% English 10 speed. 

$110; S«l|» weddiBg jpwiw, 
$6(^. 627-0021 £ler 4 p.m. 

426 

NEARLY NEW CAR- 
PETING -11x11 & 11x14' 
plus hall nmner. Avacado 
green, Uke new. Great 
buy. AU for $100. Call 
463-1314. 

524 

FLEA MARKET EXTRA- 

VAAGANZ4-Huipton Col- 
iseum. May 6 and 7, Have 
your garage sale with us. 
Thousands attendii^. Booth 
rentd, 481-2100. M ay 3 

FLEA MARKET No. 3, 
3313 South Military Hgh- 
way. Open FrMay, Sittur- 
day. Sunday only 104. In- 
side stab and table set-ups 
for rent. 28 staDs to serve 
you. Free admission. 487- 
9803. 

• tL 



FLEA MARKET EX- 
TRAVAGANZA: Ham- 
|Xon CoJsum Salwday 
May 6: 12-9. Sundiv. May 
7; 10-6. Fnturing an- 
tiques, garage nies, craf- 
ts; brie a brae, jcwelery, 
plants and much more! 
Admission adults $1.30. 
Children free. 

53 

WE Iwy dinuxKb and any 
type of gdd. 461.8aSl 
Dealer. 

ai-Qitos and Staai^a 

NORVmW Rare Coins - 
Norft&^most conq^te. 
Buy. sdl. trade, ikying 
silver coins. 42, Soa^lwrn 
Shofqiing Center, Norfolk, 
833-8118. 
tf 

33-Good Things IoCm 

ATWOOD SSAFOODt 1724 
Sandbriihie Road, CtOtkn, 
spot, trout, and dams. 
Wholesale croakers. 426- 
7850. 

53 

PEAMJTS-RAW, steied or 
in shell 69 cenu. AD kinds 
nuts. Fresher, 'Alipar 
gourmet party nuts routed 
to order. Gift mafltag. Fund 
raising. The I^ut Kterket. 
267 1/2 Oraaby Mdl, 625- 
3708 

33 

LYNNHAVEN OYST- 
ERS AND CLAMS, Fre^li 

diuly from the river, jobn 
KeeUng, 340-2494. 

tf 

COWS- GBAm FED • for 
the freeaer. .40 cents ■ 
pound! AB our outomers 
are satisifed. Will deliver to 
pairing conqMuy. 488-^44. 

.y 

OYSTERS - Lynnhaven, 
shueked ud unwashed, 
(^ipodte Kurd's SMfood 
Restaurant, off Little Neck 
Rd.. Earl Smith, 340-5171. ' 

^- . - 

MD YOU KNOW Tlde- 
wtter% only authentic Mex- 
k$a Restaurant is open for 
lunch 12:30 daily. El Som- 
brero Mexican Restaurut 
3629 Slure Drive. tf^ 



GENERAL - 18' X55', 3 
bedrobm, living room, 
dining nx>m. kitchen, 
carpeted, all appliances. 
Owner wUl hdp finance. 
See to appreciate. 545- 
8946. 

* 524 



44-Retarls-Hotels 






REAL ESTATE 



47-HeiMes Uwforalsted 

NEW 3 BEMMXIM RANCH 

• 2 baths, CAQ self-dean 
oven, next to gdf course, 
park, lake; easy access ill 
bases. 499-9449. 

tf 

Sl-Waated to tUrnt 



riDEWATEKS UQSTPOPUtAR FEATURE 

FREE BEES 



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rw ywr eiaadBad ad aMsNy FREE. Yea, tM'a ilgit, wal n* 
ywr ad la ear papdar FMX nS aaellan. lUa b a I 
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Yaw RREE BEE ad wll reads jait tfM light paafia 1^ wfl 
pewvlde a dee Mbm tsr ywv aahaaL And H k'a aaBBathtag aba yws 
teva ta five away, yaar M end s and a i lg h h s ra lA M f'd d 
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WABNINGi 
<Aee»dl<Kthe 
^ak/H«BMBe SMiety. 
^ertalr p e r e ana have been 
theFREEHSE ad- 
cohanaa ta ob- 
•ntMla for hdH 
erateey pnijeaee. Tneee 
people, aeeerdh« ta^«he 
Hnnuuw Sedety, swear ta 
be very ordtaary peaple. B 
yew wairt to |^ ye«r 
aalasd away aad have any 
dMAt dmst the redpient, 
pleaae eontaeC eMm- the 
Vhiida Beadi Hosaao 
Sedety er the Ch e s apea ke 



mVATE HaiOBR will 
give free home to w^ owls, 
hawks, or any Urds mX 
wanted by owner. Abo free 
care for injured birds. State 
Permit #0006 4. 
Write Rick at P.O. Boa 
13428, Chesapeake, Virghiia 
23323. 

BE OUR FRUNDh Adopt 
and give your love and home 
for our anhnals. We need 
your help. Portsmouth Hu- 
mane Society. 397-6004. 

FREE KnTBN8-6 weeks 
dd, good pets, 499^53. 



fe& 



Free p^^s - 9 weeks old. 2 
maks, 1 femak, pvt cdUe, 
part beagle. 482-1034 after 
6:00 iffii. 



■UClRABKTtoagood 

home, bidudes cages, 
4994331 

FBEE tVrVY, nude, all 
bhudt. 547 - 4841. 



PROFESSOR "Ided 

tenant." Needs nicely fur- 
nished beach cottage or 
house Sept. 2. Away all 
summer, prefer secure 
before May 25, 481-2591 
evenings. 

524 

I H-Fwaa-Laad-Tlssbor 

'HnM*iMMadHnH 

GREEN RUN 

WOODLAND ESTATES 

-4 bedroom ranch, 
fireplace in familyroom, 
corner lot. Excellent buy! 
Many extras! 1464 Pear 
Tree Arch, 427-3941. 

tf 



58-For Sale Va. Beach ^ 

MALOU - 4 btdroam tri- 
level, fiunily room with fire- 
place, central air, beautifol 
and dean, 486-7362. 
_tf 

PRINGES8 ANNE 

PLAZA-3 bedroom, 2 
bath ranch with fireplace, 
$7,500 and assume $284 
month or $39,000 
conventional. Many extras 
486-3213. 

517 



fJliMd bread |Hin^> 
BM^iar daadiuad. 8 mdoa, 8 
fomatoe, to good homaa only, 
eome by Omt 5'JO or on 
weekends. 106 Stalham Rd.. : 
2 BEAUHFUL KflTENS. : 
10 weeks dd, read^ for a ' 
Mw honw. 421-2^3. 




WINDSOR OAKS WEST 
-3 bedrooms. Uving room, 
dining room, den, central 
air. Sell at VA Appraisal, 
$43,000. By owner. 463- 
1690. 

524 

ALANTON -4 bedroom^ 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, fireplace, 
eat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 car 
garage, well, $72,500,428- 
4345/481-1908. 

tf 

COLLEGE PARK -4 

bedroom. L-shaped ran- 
ch, oh cul-de-sac, with 
pool and tennis privileges, 
by owner, $53,950, Mr. 
Harvey, 340-3089. 

524 

ARAGONA VILLAGE- 

cape Cod. 4 bedroom, 2 
baths, dan. 12'x40' sun 
porch, air conditioning, 
aluminum siding, storm 
windows. Owner, 

$40.000. 497-3369. 

524 



SOUTH NORFOLK -3 

bedroom townhouse, end 
unit. Shag, den, 
Dishwasher, fenced yard, 
by owner, excellent 
condition, 7 Vi percent 
loan. 543-4611. 

tf 



OMXINGTm HARBOR - 

Guud front lot on Pamlico 
Sound. Qubhouse available. 
$6,500 negotiable. 804-588- 
7023. 

. 510 

FL0RIDA-TRADE7 EQUI 
TIES - 12 acre form with 3 
bedroom house - 2 fire- 
places, den, fenced, pond. 
Also waterfront kits, mo- 
tels. 461-8120. 

, tf 

NAGB HEAD • 2 lots, one 
witterfront. one' on hill in 
sight of Jockey Ridge in dd 
Nags Head, turn at milepost 
14. 484-3461. 

310 

GREAT BROXaS - 4 

bedroom on 1/2 acre. 30 
huge trees, sunken living 
room, plush carpets, 2 car 
plus garage, centrd air, 
avaiUible Jdy, $37,500. 428- 
3784. 

S3 



CHURCHLAND-PORT- 
SMOUTH -4 bedroom tri- 1 
level, 2 baths, den with| 
fireplace, ott-in kitchen, | 
dining room, Uving room, i 
garage, large wooded lot, f 
$50,200. 484-4583/397- > 
0522. I 

, 5241 

*8S-LotilBrMa { 



WATERWAY ESTATES; 

-Large 4 bedroom, 2: 

baths. den with; 

fireplace/wet bar, % 

2/garage-opener! Vi acre-* 

trees. Many extras-owner, >t 

482-3805. 

524 

WATERFRONT LOT 

PORTSMOUTH 
CHURCHLAND, Hattoit 
Point Estates. 150' by* 
211'. Wooded: Deep 
water. Asking $24,000. 
484-4583/397-0522. «: 
5^" 

t6-Cafflper8 



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35-Uwa and Garden 

KOTO-TILLING - Any 

aeetkm, any dse job, 16 up. 
Free estimates. 858-2675. 



NEW-MODERN Uving 
room suite - sofa bed and 
2 chairs, dining room 
table, 6 chain, 2 servera, 
hvge china doset. AU 
$1000.423-5830. 

524 

Wy^HratT MIYER- 
GIBSON. Brand new. 
Imivy ^ty in crates. Won 
Bob Barker Show. Worth 
over $70O-$45O or best of- 
fer. 855-9242. 

524 

SOFA-SECTIONAL (two 
jAe(x). ftrand new! With 
tMst ctriored Hercukm 
fabric. Sacrifice. $150. 
CaU 497-3369. 

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28-Garagt RaaiHH^e 

RUMMAGE SALE- 

Temple Emanud 

Sisterhood. Tues^y, May 

9, 10-5. Ocxhing, 
htNisewara, liimis, taby 
equifKi^it, to]^ apiriian- 
ces and phuiu. Mw^ 
more! W^n^lay, May 

10, 10-12. Ccrfonal 
dearantx. Sale - AH mer- 
chandise sold at $2.00 per 
brown bag hiU! Toiqyie 
&Mni»d Social HaU, 
Ctsua 25th, ted Baltic. 
Virpoia Beach. 

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HEDGES CUT, trees 
topped, shrubbery 

removed, seeding, 

Complete Uwn service, 
622-3926. 

517 

~SEARS - 20" rotary lawB^ 
mownr wiUi grass catchw. 
Used I season. Nee& 
tuning. $75. 486-1893 or 
486-7692. 

510 

TRACTOR WORE 

DONE. Make your land 
ready for plantii^t. 
Oarddi. grading, mc^sdi^. 
discing, plowing and budi ' 
"hog work. 547-7534. 

tf 

BIRr A-l. Bhck, fertik «op 
sdL Abo sand aad IBl. 
Proeqx servke. Jadt N. 
PoweU, Inc. 835-7844 or 
833-7218. 
. ' tf 

TONY'S GARDEN 
SERVICE. Complete lan- 
dscaping, trees, lawns, 
fences, painting, roto- 
tUlmg ft spriidclers etc. 
Free estimates. ^3-1674. 

853-2335 ^ 

3».TVIbi«o 

WE sraiVKB aD malM and 
models. WahntaU rnMm-' 
id aauuMili. We mafca iktf 
and evening cab. WCMfD 
BAC. Amerkan T.V. «&■. 

^ UL- 

NEW CB RAMOS - for sde. 

IHrofessiQ^ tastdlatioa imd 
dwd oiM cvdiato. RMion- 
M« ivices. 4t4-835S»^ «4- 
0138 lAer 6 p.m. - as^tec 

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CHESOPEIAN aHX)NY- 

rooms. waterfront ranch, 

CHARLES'TOWNE - 4 bed- 
room ranch, heat pump, 
storm whidows, many ex- 
tras, $34,300. passible 8 0/0 
takeover, owner. 4204363. 
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GREEN RUN BRAND 

NEW - Save $2.0001 3 bed- 
room, 2 baths, fomiiyroom. 
lots cir cupboards, carpeted, 
utility room, garage, 
drapes, landscaped. $30,000. 
4«7.<»07. 
310 

SANMRHXaM bedroodi, 
.2 baths, all appliances, on 
cand, walk to beach, 2 
dedts, by owner, must sell, 
$73,500. 426-7732. 

33 

OLD KING^ GRANT, fish- 
ing and botting-yards away, 
tennb marby. Redecorated 
4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 
eat-fai kitchen, dining room, 
den/fireptaoe,screened por- 
di, 2 1/2 garage, low Vepco, 
60*8 negotibk. 604 Khigs 
Qtmt Road. 464-1067. 

33 

FAIRFIELD - 4 bedroom, 
a^iroeching perfection in 
(ktign, quality, and llVa- 
bility. Eat-in-kitchen, 2M 
twths, femily room-fire- 
daoel 2,300 square feet. 
4244780 

CBEAT BRIDGB -New 

^tartmenu aocross from 
Oreid ftUge High Sdiod. 1 
ud 2 bedroonis, Adly car- 
peted, modem Utchen-all 
midiances. »05 to $240 - 
547-7161. 



KINGS GRANT- 2 story 4 
h«haom. den with firedace; 
mamr extras induding large 
dedc aad dwve gromd pod. 
By owner. $70,000,340-2273. 
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WINDSOR OAKS WEST 

-4 bedroom, 2Vi baths, eat 
-in-kitdHh? i'>/|ara 
faran^l^ '^if'^raiseJ 
hearth Iffi^fl^. 2>A caf 
garage, cul-de-sac. 
$52,000,486-5912. 
524 

LEVEL GREEN-4 bedroons, 

brick ranch. Family room/ 
fireplace, laundry room, eat- 
in kitchen, formd dining 
room, great area! $33,900. 
No agents. 424-9241. 

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S»-Fer Sde Clwsi»eahe 

GREEN MEADOW POINT, 

custom randi, 3 large bed- 
rooms. 2 biuhs. paneled 
ftm-$ 

ily room/firedace. garage. 
wooded corner fax. i^.ex- 
tras. 484-3366. 

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PEMlttdKE MEADOWS- 

Inunaculate 4 bedrooms, 
custom iireplace, osBtral 
1^. fondly roMk mtm^fm\ 
idrapes. Keu^itilfiM^^ 

flow $5011, 49041221. 

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PLYMOUTH PARK - BY 

OWNER - 3 bedrooms, 
carpets, paneling, 

remodeled bathroom, new 
duminum siding, fenced, 
garage. $28,000 or assume 
FHA loan. No agents. 
423-2460. 

tf 

GEORGETOWN POINtVly 
owner. 3 yev dd brick 
randit 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 
baths, den with fireptaee, 
coimtry kitchen 2 1/2 car 
garage, circular drive, wall- 
to-wall nrpets, apdiances. 
424-1133. VAan^rdsed $38, 
700. 404 Provklence Road. 
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1970. self-contahwd, gas/ • 
electrk refrigerator, 12 voM; 
pressurised water system^ 
hot water, toikt. new tires: 
exoeUent oonditlon, $1,600^ 
4884)892. .: 

Lotf^AMTK 
HOME, 201 

deep* 6, tim perfect, ro 
air, self-containiPd, 15,400 
mfles. AM-FM stereo tap| 
deck. See to appreciaM^ 
$8,750. 543-0052. •: 



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WINNEBAGO-1976 

Sportsman's Oen| 
gradous acconunodatio^ 
I for 4 with ever^t- 
donwitic ft automotive 
con^^enoe, nilm' 
condition, $14,7SQ 
negotiable. 340-7045. 
511 

WiNNEHAOU-mS D-21,: 
sleeps 8, bath with shower,^ 
ah oonditkned, with gea£ 
eritpr, exoeflent condtian«c 
$11100, 499-2400 or 85$.: 
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WICKIS-19» MOMLE 
RCNME. 2 Mroom. jfw- 
idshed. Just take mm 
pajnmits. I^OAR 

BASES! Csd betweb J 
and 9p.m. 588-6895. 



COLLEGE PARK- 

Colonid 4 bedroom, 2'/i 
baths, familyroom with 
fireplace, double garage, 
lawn pump. Trees! 20 
minuta to bases. Owner 
idocating, 424-2138. 

524 

WASHINGTON SQU- 
ARE-3 bedrocm. 1 ^ bath 
townhcme with aU ap- 
irfUnocs. Anume 7 3/4 
P0^ VA ton. Afta- 5 
wdrdays. weekemb 

anytime, 340-7830. By 
ow^. 

524 



71-8ardeaa (Marad 

CARPET CLEANING 
SPECLiL -liWng room, 
dining room and haU for 
$34.95. Licensed, guaran- 
teed and insured. We 
guarantee satisfaction! 
Beach Steamers - 428- 
4473. 

524 

LOUK'S UPHOLSTRY 
serving Tklewater for 25 
years. Custom 

uphoisto-ing. 20 percoit 
off on all fabric by 
mentioning this 

•dvertisemoit in April and 
May. 480-2688. 

t» 
PIANO TEACHER- Ex- 
perien^d. Desires begin- 
ner students. John 
Schaum method taught, 
or we wiU work with whafc 
ymi or your diUd alreM^ 
has. Rrasonable rates. Af- 
ter 6:00. CaU 489-7447. 

n 

FIR0LACES- Have a 
custom fireplace bulk ta 
yom tone at a reuonabk 
price by h^ml k HO, 
fredKe spedaUsu Uoeas- 
ed, bonded ft iwtfed- 

RBferences; ^-3636. 

*t_ 

PIANO DOCrOB- Fnfl re- 

HaUe pittM anrvto, ton- 
ing,. repiM^. and r^u- 
1^1^. Serv^ Souths 
Tldw^erTVanpenn En- 
t«priNa. Worit on tf 
BMkee. 488-410?. ^^ 

AUTO ^xo&mm- Top 

prkepaid. toiiM free, tet'> 
mvke. 4^3807 



71-Servkes Olfcred 

ELECTRICAL CON- 
TRACTOR Free 
estimates. 24 Hours ser- 
vice for your electrical 
needs. Action Electric. 
622-1089. 
tf 

WELL DRILUNG-Have 

a water supply of your 
own! Deep and shaUow 
weUs. Water for law use, 
hMt pump wells, and 
drinking > water. 
Reasonable rates. 
Chesapeake WeU DriUittg. 
Henry Leary, 487-8507. 
510 

LRar BAULIN6 • tmek 

and Aiver kg hhw, depra- 
daUo, Mttea h# avdiiMe, 
M jab too maU or hfffa^ 
545-^80. (Y_ < 

1 — ..>■'. 

HOME IMPBOVE- 
MSNTS repaln. maiatm- 
aMe. %iai» Beena a d . Free, 
FrttimrtttT Pronqft, eoor- 
to^ aarvke. Qod^ ptf - 
.486- 1644 wtt7 



TJ. 

ANNIE1B JANITORIAL 
SERVICES- whh a wo- 
tamht spedd touch. 
HoDM, ivartnwm homes, 
new hoBws dened, aff> 
kes, stores. GottraOs wel 
ooa^ ReasonaMe rates, 
esttawtes, 4»-37iO/483- 
3710 
tf 

AOOOHMAN UKSore- 

rhiirfWaail ar«s Qatfaed 
undiw BOW Bccepttalg stv- 
deMs. «4-^79. 

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RAATERINU- Large aiiR 
smdl jobs. 30 years cxpe^ 
knee hi Tidewater Are|E 
Reuonabk rttes. Fr«C 
estimates. Bob Mustigb 
833-«89or34fr4669. : :; 

PARTY i 1^ 'Tixk" t|i 
Magkfam entertain yours ;H 
guests d chifalren taA/fg 
^uks. Bktbday parties, P 
duirdi'k, sdioob, Md CDsfP 
pwy (Uaners, etc. Oow^ 
avdidde. 833-8832. '^ 

NO WAX ywM 

FLOORING, 9Xlf 

rooms. $87. ioatalM. (O 
samites to (Ssoe&t fn^. 
CaU4»>4}652uytime. | 



B<l>ERnENCED PUllO 

TUNBR tedaridan doM t4>- 
b«. repdrtai, wco a d M »- 
ing of tf types of ptaps 
iiHdtt(&ig elwtrank piaath. 
Shernnnl Mno Servi^, 
4204124. 

AIHHIH)I«W - Hone 
proven^, tf types, I 
himn %idka%, ifreplBOH, 
to wtf carpM, battee 

aad IftdMn reflMddad. V 
can Hnre yen mon^. C Ml 
Bdlders. lac 343-6181. S«. 

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ODU Jazz Ensemble 



I feel sorry for them. 

The 100 or so people who could've had those vacant 
seats at ODU Tech Theater on April 19th. Free of 
charge. 

The ODU Jazz Ensemble was outstanding. They ser- 
ved up arrangements by Ernie Wilkins, Bill Holman, 
and Frank Wess. Their execution was clean and precise. 
The beat was swinging. The solos were admirable. The 
sound of twenty instruments was a rare and thrilling 
treat. 

Most big bands would have had 18 pieces, but this 
aggregation had a sixth sax, and a percussionist in ad- 
dition to the drummer. Visually, drummer Ron 
Morrison of Newport News was the crowd pleaser. A 
Bill Cosby lookalike, he displayed a big smile, countless 
facial expressions, wide-eyed looks of anticipation and 
innumerable body movements to convey his en- 
thusiasm. 

Another interesting sight was the shade of red Roy 
Muth (lead trumpet) would turn while hitting his 
stratospheric notes. 

Being a lover of gutty spunds, I especially enjoyed the 
baritone sax of Mike Broadhurst, and the bass- 
trombone of Randy Johnson, who LOOKS like he 
should play the big instrument. 

Two Beach residents shone in the trumpet section. 

Mark Campbell of Lake Edward is a Baysjde grad, 
majoring in biology, but contemplating law school. 
Mark is a Virgo, a sophomore and a fan of Freddie 
Hubbard. 



Mike Rancka of King's Forest graduated from Prin- 
cess Anne High, and entered a Navy band that took him 
to Moscow, Paris, and London. The Gemini sophomore 
is majoring in trumpet, and hopes to resume playing in a 
band that will take him to more exotic places. His 
favorite is Chuck Mangione. 

Most of the credit fcMLthe performance must go to a 
Green Run resident, Marty Pachey, who plays mar- 
velous sax, but confined himself to directing on this 
evening. Pachey is an assistant professor. He also direc- 
ts the Wind Ensemble. Pachey's degrees arc from the 
University of Denver. He previously taught at Univei-- 
sity of Idaho, and Ashland College in Ohio. Ajiative of 
Pocahontas, Virginia, Marty is active in the National 
Association of Jazz Educators among other groups. 

Due to economics, only a handful of big bands are 
plying their trade professionally today. Thankfully, the 
armed forces, the colleges, and even the high schools are 
keeping this mind-blowing music alive. The "stage 
band" movement began in Farmingdak, Long Island 
about twenty years ago under Marshall Brown. When I 
substituted there some ten years ago I would play recor- 
ds by the Farmingdale High School band that played the 
Newport Jazz Festival. None of the pupils had heard of 
the history-making band. Maybe you can explain it. 
Marshall Brown and the band were known around the 
world, but were forgotten in their own home town. 

The economics of paying a 1 5 piece band doesn't hold 
water with me as an excuse. If people will pay fortunes 



to see the average S man rock group, then 15 lesso' 
knowns (perhaps 2 stars among the IS players) could 
work for the same amount. But for this fabulous sound 
to catch on will take much more ud from the record 
firms and broadcasters... and more «lucators like Mar- 
shall Brown and Martin Piu;hey. 

EIGHTH NOTES: More jazz articles in unlikely 
places: Leonard Feather's article on women in jazz in 
the May issue of PLAYGIRL... Watch for Jeep Ben- 
nett's Dixieland Band now playing at the Yardarm on 
Laskin Rd. on Sundays, 5 to 8 p.m. Let's hope the 
restaurant will advertise! I hnrd a terrific Washington 
record group this week at a restaurant that appears to be 
making piles of money; disc jockeys were plajing recor- 
ds by Tim Eyermann and the East Coast Offering (a 
very modern group), but | saw no ads in any papers; 




fortunately I know a friend of Tim's and will tip you off 
of their next coming; meanwhile keep your ears open 
for their records... Musicians: keep me informed of your 
public gigs, and I'll try to plug them, whether the 
clubowner sees fit to advertise or not... Word is that 
drummer Jimmy Barbour is playing at the Sheraton 
Beach with a bassist and guitarist. 

ED. NOTE: Eric Stevens is active in the area as a 
bandleader and singer. During his H years in New York 
he played bass on Charlie Russo's hit, "Preacherman," 
and wrote a series of pamphlets for singers. 

If you'd like a free catalog describing the pamphlets, 
write to POB 4118, Va. Beach, VA 23454. 



Stage l>bwnunder presents 
"Twelve Angry Men" 



Montrose shines for Beach 
residents 



By Denise Harrison 
Special to the SUN 

The three band concert at Chrysler Hall Thursday 
night was "one of the best," according to David Pillow 
of Virginia Beach. 

LaBlanc and Carr and Ronnie Montrose, the back-up 
bands, played first, giving the crowd a dynamite per- 
formance. "Journey," the lead group, completed the 
concert, achieving a good response, although the first 
two bands seemed io be tighter. 

"Falling," LaBlanc and Carrs' all popular song, was 
played Thursday night. 

Tom Manning from Virginia Beach, said, "They 
(LaBlanc & Carr) were pretty good, although the lead 
guitarist was repetitious, and the organist, way out of 






by Susan Verhli 

MHIvr'f SMfeed Is en* •stabllfhniMt 
that has net sivm In to today's trtnd anions 
food morchants to convort oporatfons com- 
plttoly to chroma and 3lass.Tho shop has a 
flavor all Its own. 

Evan on tho mlsaraMo cold rainy days of 
last wook, visitors to Ed Millar's markat, 
locatod at 3763 Shora Drivo, waro jroatad 
with a warm cozy room. Ilia haat janaratad 
from a wood-burnlns stova sittinf In tha 
cornor, with a rockar convanlantly locatad 
naarby. Tha small room Is strun) with fish 
nats and floats, and driad starfish dacorata 
ttia countors and walls. 

■ut tho roal buslnoss joas on boNnd tha 
jlaf t countors whara Mr. MHIor displays Ms 
flna salaction of frash fish wMch It stockad 
daily. Livo crabs can bo had for $3 a doian, 
shad roa Is $199 a sot and a %vhola smokad 
fish costs $9.S0. Tho host bargahi in tha 
shop Is tho |umbo shrfcnp wMcii soils for 
14.99 a pound. 

If by chanca nana of tha saafood 
avaHabla moats with approval, fishins 
•yd p wn t, nats, tackia and avan frash 
Uoedwonm ara also avallaMa at Millar's 
Saafood for tha customer who stM prafars 
la catch Ms owi). 



key." Lynn Sivils, who was apparently impressed, 
stated, "I'll buy an album." 

The all instrumental performance by Ronnie Mon- 
trose and band stole the show. Montrose' expertise, the 
phenomenal sounds delivered from the synthesizer, 
combined with all the other elements of the band had 
the crowd screaming for more. When asked what he 
thought of the group, Jeff Sivils said, "Well, the lead 
guitarist (Montrose) was really great... and the 
keyboards were terrific... and, drums too...! The entire 
vroup wa*|i iBod iis expietcdt ai|d betttrl*' 

"Journey" hit the stage last with a lot of energy and 
enthusiasm. The two songs receiving the greatest 
response were "Anytime that You Want Me," and 
"Wheel in the Sky Keeps on Turning." David Pillow 
said, "I saw them a while back in concert, and they're 
much better than before, professionally." Peter 
Howard from Virginia Beach considered Journey 
"Good rock and roll. ..'bad land.'" 

The concert lasted three and a half hours. 



Stige Downunder at Scope presents ^e closing 
production of its 1977-78 season with "Twelve Angry 
Men" directed by Marty McGaw. 

Evening performances are Friday and Saturday at 8 
p.m. through May 20th and Sunday matinees April 30, 
May 7th and 14th at 2:30 p.m. Student and Senior 
Citizens discount tickets available at $4.25 for evening 
performances and $2.30 for the matinees. Also available 
are special group rates of $3 for groups of ten or more. 

Stage Downunder is located under Chrysler Hall will 
a separate entrance on St. Paul's Boulevard. Tickets go 
on sale at the box office one hour prior to curtain time 
and reserved tickets should be picked up at the theatre 
box offi(» one half hour prior to show time. Box Office 
tickets are $4.75. 

The play is an adaptation from a television 
production by Reginald Rose. It dramatically counter- 
points the sensibilities of twelve juiy members who are 
locked in a room to decide the fate of a youth charged 
with the murder of his father. 

"Twelve Angry Men" is a classic, and under the 
direction of Marth McGaw, becomes a piece of 
supfftetiye eRtcrtaiMnant. Temlaii MM^iM4^^|HwakUli 
'liolnt'is the personaMes ot the major dharactm,* Juror 
N©. Three, played by O. F. Rowe, and Juror No.T^l^ht, 
played by Bob Burch^te, clash head-on. 

As the play opens, the jury casts a vote. The count is 
eleven to one in favor of a guilty verdict. Juror No. 
E^t has cast the dissenting vote, n<A because he is 
convinced of the youth's innocence, but because, as he 
says, a boy's life is at stake. One ought to at least take a 



few minutes to consider the possibilities of the case, he 
reasonably suggests to the other jurors. 

Tempers flare as the play unfolds, the jurors 
painstakingly review the evidence offered in the 
courtroom, and finally, the masks of the jurors are 
lifted one by one. We see behind their facades a variety 
of fears and prejudices which seem to ihake a speedy 
verdict of utmost convenience. Slowly, the courtroom 
testimony collapses under close scrutiny, and the viewer 
begins to feel a great anger at the apparent mutilation of 
the truism: a person is innocent until proven guilty. 

Quite the contrary, in this particular jury room, it 
appears that a person is guilty until any reasonable 
doubt can be established. The play takes almost an 
allegorical turn as we realize that the personalities in the 
jury room run the gamut; pettiness; dullness; 
insincerity; and naivetee surface one by one. One has to 
wonder, while watching this drama, how carefully 
indeed a jury is screened during the selection prooss for 
a murder trial. 

The play then has implications (ea b^ood its 
entertainment values. It questions the entire system of 
tzial by jury of one's peers. It Im^ us ^uestiomkiff 
probing— it leaves us in loQCh With |iumahlty. " * 

Other notable performances tae given \^ , cast 
members Bob Supan, Doug Turek, Phil Brickncr and 
Don Brown. 

Reservations for "Twelve Angry Men', which will 
run through May 20, can be obtained at the Scope box 
office or by telephoning Stage Downunder at 627-1234. 




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adventure on a vacttion>trip behind the Iron Cur ■ 
lain Written by the decade's master of the mad 
Story, tbe wild joke, the boffo snapper, the #ta»- 
lutcly ludkrous situation . . . WOODY AU^, 
AcKtemy Award nominee for "Anna Hall", - who 
also wrote "Play It Apia Sam" and "What's New 
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Jazz every Sunday 
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Pttlitls^ for the week ending May 10, 1978 



The Official People's Paper 
Serving the world's largest resort citjL. 



Comg^rehenslve sex education plan surveyed 



Is Beach ready for sex education? 




Recently, the Virginia Beach School Boarc* 
unininiously agreed to study a propcnai by a parents 
group U> expand sex education in the schools from kin 
dergiUiten through the twcith grade. The proposal bj 
"CitiJS^s For Responsible Sex Edupation in Virginie 
Beach*' r^uests an expansion of the voluntary "Family 
Life" program to include child development and human 
sexuality for all grades. ' 

An informal opinion poll by the^UN discovered that 
Beach residents are in favor of a formal sex education 
program in the schools, although some feel that the 
elementary level, and especially kindergarten is to soon 
to begin such a program. 

The SUN asked residents "What is your opinion of 
the proposal for a comprehensive sex education 
program beginning in kindergarten and continuing 
through senior high school? 



Photos by Bob Bridges 



JEANNE SCAFF, Dcfamcy street: 
*^!'m in favor of it. Sex educatloB woi|ld be very 
HcMfidal for children to help them develop into open- 
I adults." 




REGINALD BLACKWELL, Kellam Road: 
^"I'm against it for the younger kids. It would confuse 
them. Sex education should begin In junior high." 



SANDRA BLACKWELL, Kellam Road: 
'I'm for it. Kids now a days are more advanced, more 
Inquisitive." 




FIANK MOORE, MMNpi Avenue: CATHERINE KEENE, Dybw Drive: 

"Soae sort of sex edncnttw Is necessary. Klndoi^tften "Sex educatioB should be^ at birth and correspond to 

li loo soon to begin. Secmd or third grade would be the child's level of development." 

belief. Too many kids ^m about sex the wrmig way." 



DORISHrND RAINER CLAUSMEIR, Thames Drive: DONALD PRATER, Bariborougb Way: 
"We an from Germany, stationed In Virginia Beach. In "I think It Is good if handled right. Any wx education 
Germubr, sex education begins at eight or nine. Sex program should be watched clMely especially at first." 
education is a good thing. It would decrease many 
problems. Attitudes towards sex are much freer In Ger- 
many." 



i. 




OIAMJS ALEXANDER, Baker Road: 
*'t iiilMnt Unde^MdM is too youi^ an iQe to begin 
tm idiwillM . 1^ te^itfi grade. It is a m&m^t Sex 
I Is here to sUiy, tat at tlw Undcrpi^ai stage it 
Iconf^them." 



MRS. W.M. TEFFT, Quc^riwry Drive: 
"It's A good tMig, the yoni^r Ike betttr. Abo, 
chM«B AmM be IMii^l ftwe^gn hingw^ b^mhm at 
an »tfly age." 



MRS. ^iN W. GARRIS, RaMgh Avenue: 

"I fed fMI sex education is a very go^d Idea. It would 

benent Nrtb cbUdien and parents." 



PAT WESTBROOK. Pembroke Manor i 

"Some lex Nucatlon diouM be taugM at bMw and tte 
scho<^ fly hi the p^. By the time children get to h^ 
school, half of them know about sex almdy. Kln- 
^puim is too Mrly for a xhool to MM:b mm 
cdnoition. Only a parent can NtaMish sex at ttat i^." 



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YimSINIA BEACH SUN P WEDNPIIiy. 11^3. 1911 



SSi 



Virginia Beath Public Notices 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OT PUBLICATION 



In the aerie's Office of the 
Circuit Court ai the Qty <rf 
>Argiiiia Beach. VA. on the 
4th day of AprU, 1978. 



^ronica Elizabeth PurceU 

i^wa, 

Pbdntiff. 

against 

Jalal Ibrahim Halawa, 

Defendant. 

' The object (tf this suit is to 
olAain a divace a mensa et 
tHorOi from bed and board 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desert- 
ion. 

"And an affidavit having 
twen made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
ci the State of Virginia, the 
last known post (^ce add- 
ress beii%: Saloon Algazi, 
Hiteen St., Nablus, Israel. It 
is ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 23th erf May, 
1978. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 

toward E. Copeland 
Board of Trade Bldg. 
Plume and Atlantic Streets 
Norfolk. VA 23S10 



VBS 4/12, 4/i9, 4/26, 5/3 



In the aerk'S Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach, Va. on the 

3rd day of AprU, 1978. 

Linda Oail Sower i, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jackson Lee Sowers, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vidnculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made ud filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 1st and 6th Field 
Artiltery, Headquarters 
Company, Fort %agg. NC 
28307. It is ordered that 
Jackson Lee Sowers do 
appear on or befpre the 24th 
(rf May. 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress. C3erk 

By: J. Qirtb Fruit. Deputy, 
Qerk. 

Broyles, Garry, Moore A 
Brydges 

35th Street ft Pacific Ave- 
nue 
>%ginkBeach. Virginia 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the aerk'S Office d the 
Circuit Court oi the Qty |of 
Virginia Beach, VA, on the 
10th day of AprU, 1978. 

William C. Northern, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Rosetta B, Northern, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
flf the State (tf Virginia, the 
list known post office add- 
ttss being unknown. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 31st of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

1^: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk. 
Larry B. Slipow, p.q. 
First ft Merchants Natl 
Bank Bldg. 
P.O. Boot 3291 
Norfolk. VA. 23514 

VBS 4/19, 4/26, 5/3, 5/10 



4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the aerk^ Office of the 
Circuit Court <rf the aty (rf 
Virginia Beach, VA on the 
3rd day of AprU. 1978. 

MBdiael Gordono, 

Plaintiff 

against 

Maria Efnguschowa 

Ckx-dono. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimomi from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
(rf having lived separate and 
apart without interruption 
and without cohabttation . ^^ 
since September 23, 1967'. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
(rfthe State oS Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 85 Prospect St- 
reet, Patterson. New Jersey 
OtSOS. It is ordered that 
Maria Emguschowa 
Qordono do appear on or 
before the 2^h ct May, 
1978, and do what may be 
Mcessary to protect her 
interest in tliis suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, aerk 

I^: J. Curtis Fruit. Deputy 
Qerk. 

Herbert F. NUes, Jr. p.q. 
Post Office BoK 5203 
Chesapeake. Virginia 23324 

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LEGAL NOTICE 

JANET R NEMERCX'F ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



PRESUMPTION 
DEATH 



OF 



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OiUDER OF PUBLICATION 



In the Ckrk'S Office ci the 
Orcuit Court of the Gty ctf 
Virginia Beach. VA. on the 
5th day (tf AprU, 1978. 

James Louis Amspacher, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Helen Patricia Amspacher, 

Defemtent. 

The object (rfthis suit is tp^ 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
OMtrimanii from tbs said 
<fefendaitt, iqKn the grounds 
of one year continuous se- 
ptfation. 

Adid an afMavit having 
been made a«l ffied tiMt the 
defeKlant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
faMt kffiwn post ci&oe add- 
r^ bei^: U15 Fenton 
Ptoee, Mttknal Qty. GaUf- 
ornia 92fm. It is ordered 
thtt she (to appear on or 
before tte ^h ct May. 
199, ami do what may be 
aeoess«7 to j^otect l^r 
interest in thb suit. 

A «onNeste: John V. Fen- 

Bar: Mti A. KennelMn. De- 
pi^ Qerk. 
ToB C Sa^h p.q. 
MM Ridfle Avenue 
Vkf^ WmA, VA. 23451 

^« ^11, ^19, 4/26, 5/3 



Pursuant to Sec. 64.1- 
1 10, Code of Virginia. Notice 
is hereby given that the 
Orcuit Court 6f Bedford 
County. Virginia has deci- 
ded that Janet H. Nemeroff 
is presumed deceased due to 
her i^enoe from her place 
(^ residence at Virginia 
Beach. Virginia, for more 
than seven (7) years; her 
address, residence, or' 
whereabouts being un- 
known. 

Notice is hereby given to 

or any person knowing her 
whereabouts, or acting on 
.her behalf, to produce to the 
Orcuit Court of Bedford 
County. Virginia, or a Judge 
tlttreof in vacation, on or 
before June 15, 1978. satis- 
bctory evidence of the con- 
tinuance in life of Janet H. 
Nemeroff aiui if no response 
to this Notioe is received by 
said date, ftands now held by 
said Court for Janet K 
Nemeroff wiD be distribilted 
according to law. 

ByOrderoftheOourt. 

Pickett, Spain ft Lyle, p.q. 
Attorneys at Law 
101 North Lynnfaftven Road 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 

BoUmg LandKth, p.q. 
Harrison l^dkling 
Bedford, Virginia 

VBS-3/22, 3/29. 4/4, 4/12, 
4/19. 4/26. 5/3, 5/10,5/17, 
5/24. 5/31 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk^ Office of the 

CSroat Oourt of the Qty of 

Virgima Beadi, VA on the 

3rd day of AprU. 1978. 

Margaret Lwra Kil^ore. 

Plaintiff, 

agaimt 

Jeffrey Seth Ki^ore. 

DefHidaitt. 



The ob^ of thk suit is to 
obtain a divorce A Meiua et 
thoro to be Itter merged itto 
a divorce A Vincuto Mat- 
riiMnii from the said <k- 
fendant upon tht grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
beenmi^ and filed that the 
^fenlaitt is a non-resklent 
<tf the State of Virginia, the 
l«t known post office add- 
ress being: Route 6, lUiytes 
Avenue. Onrcfa HUi, Tenn- 
essee 376^. It is orctered 
that Jeffrey Seth KOgore do 
4^ar on or before the 24th 
of Mqp, 19^, aiHi do what 
nuqf be necessary to ivotect 
his interest in tha suit. 

A ccpf-tttte: John V. Fen- 
tress, Ckrk 

Bfi J. Qu-tis Fruit, Deraty 

Qerk. 

QK-btie ft Outterman, p.q. 

2^ Pint CUonial RomI 

Virgima BeatA, Virgi« 

VK 4/t2, 4/19. 4/26. 5/3 



In the Oerk's Office of the 

Orcuit Court aS the Oty of 

Virginia Beach, VA. on the 

7th day (rf AprU, 1978. 

Peter Kenney Negus, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Elizabeth Mehtrtens Negus, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimomi from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation purr 
suant to Section 20-91(a) 

be^fflade iad fifed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post (rffice add- 
ress being: 4167 Judge St- 
reet, Ehnhurst. New York, 
11373. It is ordered that she 
do appcu on or before the 
30th of May, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
pmy Qerk. 

Glenn RandaU Oroshaw p.q. 
Suite 311. 160 Newtown Rd. 
Virginia Beach. VA 23462 

VBS 4/12. 4/19, 4/26, 5/3 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 
In the Oerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
Va,onthe21stdayctf 
April, 1978. 

Sharon Hemmingo', 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jerry Lee Hemming^, 

Defendant. 

The object of thia luit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of deaotion - 
one year's seinration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
unknown. It is ordered 
that he do appeu on or 
before the 12th of Jime, 
1978, and do what be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jdu V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keoidian, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Philip H. Myers, p.q. 
Suite 200 Bel-Aire Bldg. 
1600 East Little Creek Rd. 
Norfolk, VA. 23518. 



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ORDER (F PUBUCATION 

In the Oerk's Office of the 

Orcuit Court (rf the Oty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

7th day of AprU, 1978. 

Thomas A. Lucente, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Patricia A. Lucente, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thof from the said dafeod- 
ilntf, ^S|pon the ^tddaUK of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
(tf the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 955 Oakr Drive, 
Franklin Square, Long Is- 
land. New York. It is order- 
ed that she do appear on or 
beftve the 30th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 

tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 

pitty Oerk. 

Thomas F. Betz, Jr. p.q. 

#525 Pembroke One Bldg. 

Virginia Beach, VA. 23462 

vbs 4/12. 4/19, 4/26. 5/3 



OF (HIDER OF PUBLICATION 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 
COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
ON THE 14th DAY OF April, 1978. 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 



In re George Gr^ory Robots 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



The object of this proceeding is to separate the 
above nuned infant, child of Patricia Roberts A 
Richard Blackburn, permanently from its paroit, 
parents, or guardian and to commit said infant to the 
care and custody of the Virginia Beach Departmett 
of Social Services with the right of said a^ncy W 
consoit to the infant's adoption. 

And an. affidavit having bwn made and filed 
that I^tricia Roberts ft Richard Blackburn is A 
property party to this proceeding; but tlue diligei^ 
has been used to ascotain in what county at 
(XftpotUkm he is, without effect, it is ORDERED 
thiu Patricia Roberts ft Richard Blackburn do appeif 
here within 10 days after due publication hereof, mi 
do what may be necessary to protect thdr interest to; 
this suit. 

A COPY TESTE: EUzabeth E. Henley, Clerk 



Kathy S. Broth^s, Dq)uty Clerk 

Carolyn Twker. 

Social Worker, Va. Beach 

Dep^M Social Service 

VK4/^, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 



In the Clerk'k Office dcthe 

Orcidt Court ci the Oty of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on the 

7th day of AprU. 1978. 

DuveUe J. Winchester, 

Plaimiff, 

agakst 

Dianne R. Winchester, 

Defendam. 

The object of this suit is to 
ditatn a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonU ttom the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
ci desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thstf the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Vurginia, the 
last known post office arU- 
ress beiut: 315 Wallace Dr- 
ive, New (kleans,Louisiana. 
It i» ordered that she do 
aniear on or before the 30th 
of May. 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this sidt. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Oerk. 

WUUam F. Burnside, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virginia Beach. VA. 23451 

VBS 4/12. 4/19. 4/26. 5/3 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk^ OBice at the 

Orcuit Court of the Qty of 

Virginia Beach. VA, on the 

7th day of AprU, 1978. 

Cynthia Price Ehrhardt 

Whitaker, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

David Lee Whitaker, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of Uving separate and apart 
for a period of over one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of >^ginia, the 
last known post c^ce aidd- 
ress being: 292 West Street, 
Annapolis, Maryland 21401. 
It is ordered that ht do 

of May. 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Dep 
uty Cferk. 

Rkhard E. Pkyne p.q. 
900 Commonwealth PU^e. 
SuUe 105 
VirginU Beach, VA 23462 

VBS 4/12. 4/19. 4/26, 5/3 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
Uie Qrcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
VA, on the 17th day of 
April. 1978. 

Gary L. Harral. 

Pkintiff. 

against 

Bemadette K. Harral, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of separation 
in exMSS of one (1) year. 

And an af fidavh having 
beat made and fikd that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address 
bdiig:2331 Common- 
Health StrMt. Chicago, 
Umois. It is ord»ed that 
she do appear on or before 
the 7tb of JuiM, 1978. and 
do what may be Mce^ary 
to prot«:t her interat in 
this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. 
Fentrrn 

By: I'atti A. Keenduu, 
Deputy Clark. 

Lm Kelberg 

p.q. 

&iite 101, 533 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia B<ach.VA 23462 



4t VBS 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 




In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
VA, on the 19th day of 
April, 1978. 

Frank Ott Bennet, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Tana Jaie Holloway 

Bomett, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of deseriion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virgmia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2024 Thomas Street, 
Beloit. Wisconsin. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
June, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

A. Andrew Egp, Jr. p.q. 
Professional Bldg. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 2345 1 

VBS4/2$r5/3. 5/10. 5/17 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 18th day of 
April, 1978. 

Richai^dF.'Rehl!,'^ '*""•'*:* 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Patricia A. Reitz, 

I>efendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virgmia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2406 C. Monezuma, 
. Florissart, Missouri 

63031. It is ord«-ed that 
she do appear on or before 
the 8th of June, 1978. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
thisstiit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 

Jerome B. Friedman, p.q. 

160 Newtown Road. Suite 

416 

Virginia Beach. VA 23462 

VBS4/26. 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 

ORDERS PUBLICATION 

Orcuit Court at tlw Oty of 

Virginia Beach, VA. on tlK 

6th day of AprU. 1978. 

Pa^^ Lynn MUler, 

Pfa^iff, 

against 

JuDM Arthur kifilkr, 

Defeotait. ^, 

Hie object ^thu sidt is to 
olMain a divorce a vhioilo 
AMtrmMnii /from the siM 
defe^iutt, iqx» the grouiKis 
of one year 8e{»ratioa. 

And an affidavit havmg 
been made and fifed thxt tte 
defewiant » a i»n-resi(fent 
cixhe State of Virginia, the 
last known post office add^ 
ress being:208 N.E. 22nd 
Street, Fort Lau(ferdi^. 
Florida 33306. It is ordered 
tiMt he do i49etf en or 
before tte lOth of ^y. 
1978, and do wtth may be 
Moessary to {»otect his 
interest in this suh. 



A eopy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty Oerk. ' 
GerakI J. fturhige p.q. 
2410 E. little Oeek Rd. 
Norfolk, Va. 23518 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the aerk'S Office of 
the Circuit Court f the 
aty of Virginia B«u;h, 
VA, on the 17th day of 
April, 1978. 

Wendy Lois Ewbank 

Adams, 

Ptaintiff, 

against 

Don Alton Adams, 

Defendants 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divoi:ce a 
mensa et thoro to be 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii iq)on 
proper application being 
made from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion of 
the Complainant by the 
Respondent on or about 
February 25, 1978. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
109 S. 4th Street, 
Bradenton Beach, 
Florida. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 7th of June, 1978. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy q^>F.-..4......^.u.. 

Stephen R. Margulies, 

p.q. 

Twenty-nine Selden 

Arcade 

Norfolk, VA. 23510 

VBS4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



In the Ckrk's Office of 
the Circuit Coaxt of the 
aty of Virginia Be»di, 
VA. on the I3th day of 
April, 1978. 

Delores Banks Boyd, 

Ptaintiff, 

agamst 

Kerry Boyd, Jr., 

Defendant. , 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defmdant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived sepvate and aiMUt 
without iAt«ru|^n and 
without (x>hid)itation for 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been m»le and tikd that 
the defenitent is a non* 
resident of the State of 
Virgima, tl^ tast known 
post offi<% addres being: 
K-Troop, 3rd Squadron, 
3rd ACR, Fort Bliss. 
Texas. It is ordered that Iw 
do appeiu' on or before t\» 
5th of June. 1978. and do 
what may be iwce»ary to 
protect lus mterest m this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fenti^s 

Byj Pm^ a. Keenehan, 

D^ty, Cl«k. 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 
1369 LasUn Road 
P.O. Box ®5 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

VBS 4/19, 4/26. 5/3, 5/10 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk^ Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beadi, Va. on the 
6th day of April, 1978. 

Oieryl Lynn Qreen Ford, 

Ptahttiff, 

i^ainst 

Maurice Qermaine Ford. 

Defendant. 

Hie object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
m^rimooii from the said 
(fefendant, upon the grounds 
of separation for more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit havhig 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a not-resident 
of the State of Virgmia, the 
last known post ofice add- 
ress being: 144th Street, 
Springfield Gardens, 
Queens, New York. It is 
ordered that he do appear on 
or before the 30th of May, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Oerk. 

John W. Drescher, p.q. 
101 North Lynnhaven Road 
P.O. Box 2127 
Virginia Beach, VA 23452 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATIO* 

In the Oerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, VA, on the 
.5th day of April, 1978. 

Laurie K. Camero, 

Phdntiff. 

against 

George A. Camero, 

Defendant. 



The object ofthis.suit.is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
c^ separation for more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, tast 
known post office addreu 
being: 400 West Carson 
Streetv CarsQo Oty, Calif- 
ornia 90745 

It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 26th 
<a May. 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Kennehan, De- 
puty Oerk. 

Barry Randolph Kodi p.q. 
2jm Pacific Avenue 
Virgtata Beach, VA 23458 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office o( 
the Curcuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
Va, on the 13th day of "^ 
April, 1978. 

Janet Susan Cates Doran, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Geoige Ashley Doran. 

Defendant, 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one yetf 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the Sute of 
Virginia, th^ last known 
post office addros being: 
5810 Seminole Street, 
Berwyn Heights, 
Maryland. It is ordered 
that he do app«u on ot 
before the 5th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
netxssary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-Twte: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Dqjutyaerk. 

J. Brian Donnelly p.q. 
3104 Arctic Avenue 
Virginia Beach. VA. 
23451 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 



MICHAEL A. JANlk,ct at. 
Petitiono-i 



vs. 



INCHANCEIYNO. 
C747SI 



FIRST VIRGINIA INDUSTRIES, 
Respontoit 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



The object of Petitioners' Petitioa is to pay into 
this Court a sum of mon^ necessary to {Miy off a note, 
secure! by a Deed of Trust which is a lien on propoty 
now owned by Petitioners Donald M. DctfUch and 
Margaret M. Dotiich, husband and wife, less att<ffn^'s 
fees and court costs on their behalf ^peiided by them in 
this cause, pursuant to SSS-66.S (b) in the Cpde of 
Virginia, 1950 (as <unended), and to have the aforesaid 
Deed of Trust satisHed and released.. 

An affidavit having been made and filed with the 
Court that the Petitioners herein have used <UUsence, 
without effect, to ascertain the location of the 
Respondent herein and that Petition's have served the 
Petition on Robert E. Steinhilber, Registered Agent of 
Respondent who has stated to Petitioners by letter that 
he has not been the Registered Agent of Rrapondent 
who has stated to Petitioners by letter that he has not 
been the Registered Agent of the Respondoit for 
approximately three years and has thwefore returned 
the Petition to Petitioners. 

It is J^rdered that the Respondent First Virginia 
Industries, Inc. appear in this Court to jvotect its 
intemt on or before the 14th day of June, 1978. 

I ask for this 



Carl W. Isbrandtsen, p.q. 

ACopy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk. 



Carl W. Isbrandtsen 
4606Westgrove Court 
Virginia Beach VA 23455 
Telephone: 464-9303 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT <!X)URT/ Qerk's 
Office of the City of Virginia Beach M the 14th Day of 
April, 1978 ^ 

IN RE: ADOl^TION OF JOSHUA RUSSELL 

PHELAN, 

By Eugene Montagninoiiod Carol Monta|niiio, 

Petitioneti, ^ ■■J : 






TO LAWRENCE DAYTON PHELAN 
2201 South Boulevard 
Houston, Texas 7709 

ORDER 



Hiis day came Eugme Montagnino aiul Carol 
Montagnino. Petitioners, and repicseated that the 
object of this proceeding is to effect the adoptioirof the 
above-named infant, Joshua RusseU P^etoa, by Eugene 
Montagnino and Qtfol Montagnino, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been made and filed that iLawrence 
Dayton Phelan, a mttural i»rent of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of Virgmia, the list known post 
office address being: 2201 South Boulevard, Hduston, 
Texas, 77098. ^ 

■ It is therefore ORDERED that the 8a^L«w«>ce 
Dayton Phelan appear on or before the Sth day of June, 
1978, and indicate his attitude toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do what is necessary to protect 
his interest in this matter. 



A Copy Teste: John V. Fentress, Clerk, 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy aerk. 

WiUiam H. Colona, Jr., p.q. 
1397 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 



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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT QeAls Office 
OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 19th 
Day of April, 1978. 

BROAD BAY PROPERTIES, INC. 
a Virginia Corporation, 
Complaintant 

vs. 

ESTATE OF ROBERT PARKE jiONES 



and 



Parties Unknown who may be interred in the graw|ard 
and all parties having visitation or otl^ ri^ts ki the 
grave^d located on a parcel in Lyn^ven Boroi;^, 
Great Neck area on Broad Bay, Virginia ^»fh. 
Virginia, described as "Plat of Property to be Convey«l 
From The Estate of Robert Parke Jonra tb^o^ B*y 
Properties, Inc.", said plat being recon^ in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City c^ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, in Map Book 1^, at Page 47, 
if living, or if any of than be iad th«a ^ survi^ig 
spouses, hein, devise, and siKicessors in titlt c^ such 
said defendants, whose last known post of fl^^^ess is 
unknown, and who are made parties det^iant by the 
general description of "Parties Unknown", 

Defendants 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



This suit is brought pursuant to the provisions of 
S57-38.1 and S57-39 of the Code of Virginia, as 
amended, for the purpose of having the remains 
interred in the abandoned graveyard located on a (mrcel 
described as "Plat of Propwty to be Conveyed From 
"The Estate of Robert Parke Jonra to Broad Bay 
Properties, Inc.", located in Lynnhaven Borough, 
Greak Neck area on Board Bay, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, removed to some more suitable repository, by 
a rq)utable funeral director, in strict accordance with 
the standards of his profession, and in a manner having 
due respect for the dead and the sensibilities of their 
living hdrs and next of kin. 

And affidavit having been made and filed that all 
parties respondent are unknown; that their whereabouts 
are unknown and their last and presoit post office 
addresses are unknown; 

It is accordingly ORDERED AND DECREED that 
the above named persons, the heirs at law and next of 
kta. Unknown Parties who may be interred in the 
graveyard, and all parties having visitation or other 
rights in the graveyard located on the parcel designated 
"Plat of Property to be Conveyed From The Estate of 
Rol>ert Parke Jones to Broad Bay Properties, Inc.", 
loortcd in Lynnhaven Borough, Great Neck area on 
Broad Bay, Virginia Beach, Virginia, if living, or if any 
of them be dead then the surviving spouses, heirs, 
devisees, and successors in title of such said defendant, 
whose last known post office address is unknown, and 
who are made parties defendant by the general 
description of "Parties Unknown", do appear on or 
before the 9th day of June, 1978, and do what is 
necessary to protect their interests. 

And it is further ORDERED that a copy of this 
Order be published once a week for four successive 
weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and that a copy hereof be posted at the front 
door of the Courthouse of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

A Copy-Teste: John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy Clerk. 



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VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 17th DAY OF April, 1978. 



In re: Adoption of Vclenda Jaye Bryant 

to be named Velenda Jaye Dunn 

By: Demn?:G5prge Dum, J^^m^^^ 
Petitioners i 



to/ Donald Ray Bryant 
Fort Bragg 
Fayetteville, North Carolina 



ORDER 



This day came Dennis George Dunn and 
Velenda Smith Dunn, Petitioners, and represented 
that the object of this proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above named infant(s), Velenda Jaye 
Bryant, by D«inis George Dunn and and affidavit 
having been made and filed that Donald Ray Bryant, 
a natural parent of said child, is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known post office address 
being: Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina. 

It is therefore Ordered that the said. Donald 
Ray Bryant appear on or before the 7th day of June, 
1978 and indicate his attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or otherwise do what is necessary 
to protect his mterest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. FentriKs, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy Clerk. 

Edward T.Caton, p.q. 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 20 DAY OF 
APRIL, 1978 

IN RE: Discharge from Liability to V. Alfred 
Ethmdge, Former Tr^surer of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia Chanc. No. C78-362 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



THIS MATTER cause to be heard upon the 
petition of V. Alfr«l Etheridge, former treasurer of the 
CiQ^ of Virginia Beach, Virginia, by counsel, to be 
diKhar^ from liability pursuant to ^:tion 58-933 of 
the Code of Virginia; and 

WHEREAS, the Cwtificates required by SeeUon 
58-933 of the Code of Virginia ha^i^ bMn presmttd to 
this Court; and 



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WHEREAS, the aforesaid Section 58-933 of the 
Cpfle of >^ginia requires publication of notice in a 
n#spaper designate by the 0>urt once a week tot a 
peie^ of four successive weeks and by posting at the 
front door of this Court, it is hereby ORDERED that 
the Clerk of this Court (1) publish a copy of this Order 
in the Virginia Beach Sun once a week for a period of 
four successive weeks and (2) post a copy of this Order 
at' the front door of this Couri, stating that V. Alfr^l 
Etheridge, fornwr treasurer of the Chy of Virginia 
Beach, will move the Court on the 16th day of June, 
1978, at 10:00 A.M. at the Courthouse thereof to enter 
an order of final discharge from liability to him. 

I ask for this; 

V. Alfred Etneridgc, Jr. 
Attorney for the Petitioner 

A Copy-Teste: John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. A. Fruit, Deputy Clerk. 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, May 17, 1978, 
at 7;30 P.M. in the Council Chambers, Administration 
Building, Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The following applications will appear on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Don J. Smith by A.B. M. Corporation, Larry Blum, 
Agent, requests a variance of 20 feet to a 30 foot front 
yard setback instead of SO feet as required of Lot 27, 
Tract C, Section 3 and Tract D, Section 1, Sandbridge 
Beach, Sandfiddler Road. Pungo Borough. 

2. Don J. Smith by A.B.M. Corporation, Larry Blum, 
Agent, requests a variance of 20 feet to a 30 foot front 
yard setback instead of 50 feet as required of Lot 26, 
Tract C, Section 3 and Tract D, Section 1, Sandbridge 
Beach, Sandfiddler Road. Pungo Borough. 

3. Tench H. Phillips, Jr. requests a variance of 1 sign to 
6 signs instead of 5 signs as allowed per establishment 
and of 4 free-standing signs (1 allowed, 2 
nonconforming, 1 requested instead of 1 free-standing 
sign as allowed on Parts of Block 33, 38 and 39, Euclid 
Place, Virginia Beach Boulevard. Kcmpsville Borough. 

4. J. C. Haisema requests a variance to allow parking of 
a major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 21, Block L, Section 2. 
Point O'Woods, 429 E. Plantation Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

feet to a 5 foot sidc^yardisetbaek <nortb .property, 
instead of 20 feet as Required (detached garage) on Lot 
12B, Lotus Garden Farms, Lotus Drive. Princess Anne 
Borough. 

6. Jerome S. Gross requests a variance of 4 inches in 
fence height to 4 feet 4 inches in height instead of a 4 
foot fence as allowed on Lots 21, 22, 23, Avalon 
Terrace Extended. 5508 Gara Road. Kempsville 
Borough. 

7. James J. Lee requests a variance of 17 fwt to a 13 
foot front yard setback (Raff Road) instead of 30 feet as 
required of Lot 1, Block 0, Section 4, Aragona Village, 
694 Spooner Road. Bayside Borough. 

8. Daniel C. Lake requests a variance -of 1 foot to a 9 
foot side yard setback (west property line)instead of 10 
feet as required Lot 7, Block 52, Shadowlawn Heights, 
10th StrMt. Virginia Beach Borough. 

9. Daniel C. Lake requests a variance of 1 foot to a 9 
foot side yard setback (east property line) instead of 10 
feet as required of Lot 5, Block 52, Shadowlawn 
Heights, 10th Street. Virginia Beach Borough. 



10. Robert Lee Starnes requests a variance to allow 
parking of a major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearrat portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 1, Block 6, 
Section 10, Aragona Village, 4953 Rachel Street. 
Bayside Borough. 

11. Alexander Y. Bishop requests a variance to allow 
parking of a major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 4, Block A, 
Section 1, Gloucester Village, 1872 Wolf snare Road. 
Lyimliaven Borou^. 

12. George M. Keen requests a variance of 1.8 feet to a 
13.2 foot side yard (west property line) instead of 15 feet 
as required of Lot 80, Resubdivision of Lots 79 and 80, 
North Linkhorn Park, 1101 Bay Colony Drive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

13. Hariry E. Steele requests a variance of 2 feet on an 8 
foot sMte yard setback (south property line) instead of 10 
feet as r^uired of Lot 181, Section 5, Lakeville Estate. 
865 Morgan Trail. Kempsville Borough. 

14. Emmanuel Tabernacle Church requ«ts variana of 
1.64 acres to 1.36 acres (59241.6 square feet) of land 
area instead of 3 kcres as required for a church and of 4 
feet to a ^ foot front yard setb»:k instrad of 30 feet as 
required and of 10 feet to a 5 foot skk ^rd setback 
(south property line) instead of 15 fwt as required for 
uses otho- than dwellings on Lots 5,6, 11, 12, Block 5, 
Lot 1, and Part of Lots 2,3,4,7. & 8. Block 5, also a 
portion of Gator Rc^d, Property of E.E. Booker, 
Lynnl»ven Village, 157 Morrison Avenue. Lynnhaven 
Boroi^. 



15. Robot T. and Nan<^ J. Taylor requ^t a varUuice oL 
6.5 fe^ to a 1.5 foot side yard setback (north properff 
Um) and of 5.4 fe^ to a 2.6 foot side yard setta^ 
(south |»t)perty liiw) instead of 8 feet each as required 
wad of 6.5 feet to a 3.5 foot rear yard setback instead ^ 
10 feet as required (2nd story to an existing house) on 
Lot 6, Block M, Section B, Ocean Park, 221*^' 
Rockbridge Road. Bayside Borough. .^ 

16. Marvin S. and Claire L. Friedberg request 'W 
variance of 15 feet to a 15 foot rear yard adjacent to the^ 
Atlantic Ocean instead of 30 feet as required of Lot 4. 
Block 11. Cape Henry Syndicate, Between 82nd ii^ 
83rd Street. Lynnhaven Borough. fq 

17. Theirn J. Scott, Jr. requests a variance to allow: 
parking of a major recreational equipment in front of i^' 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 4, Block Av, 
Delaware Oaks, 923 Delaware Avenue. Virginia Beach. 
Borou^. ^^^ 

18. Jack Olaser and Bob Mervis request a variance of 10' 
^t in building hdght to 45 feet above grade instead oj^; 
35 feet in building height as allowed on Lot 5, Oceait; 
Park, Dupont Circle. Bayside Borough . !'> 

DEFERRED AGENDA: ,,! 

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1. Sun Oil Co. of Pennsylvania by Gregory J. Gwaltnoy. 
requests a variance of 26 feet to a 9 foot setback fromi 
Old Provident Road instead of 35 feet as require^; 
(canopy and cashier kiosh) on Site E, College Park'!' 
6101 Indian River Road. Kempsville Boroughs 
(Deferred AprU 5. 1978). 

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2. J.C. Driskill requests a variance to allow parking iif 
the required 25 foot setback from a street where 
prohibited on Parcel 13A, Airport Industrial Park, 141^; 
Air Rail Avenue. Bayside Borough . 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE 
THE BOARD. ' 

W.L. TOWERS 

Secretary "> 



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



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The regular meeting of the Council of the City o(^ 
Virginia Beach will be held in the Council Chambers of 
the Administrative Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
SUtion, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, May IS,.;. 
1978, at 1:00 P.M., at which time the foUowiflii. 
applications will be heard: 



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BAYSli)^ BOROUGH: 



I. 






Application of Unity Church of Tidewater for t([ 
Conditional Use Permit for a church on a certain. 
property located on' the North side of Shell Road... 
beginning at a point 320 feet more or less West of^' 
Downs Lane, runniiig a distance of 574.8 feet along the ; 
Southern property line of which 342.8 feet is the Northt , 
side of Shell Road, running a distance of 838.67 feet^ 
along the W«tem property line, running a distance o£<; 
644.22 feet along the Northern property line of which 
347.99 feet is the South side of Northampton; 
Boulevard, and miming a distance of 1043.8 feet along;^ 
the Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 11.286', 
acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. i : 

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KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

2. v 

Application of E.V. Williams Company, Inc., for a 
Conditional Use Permit to operate a borrow pit on 
certain property located on the South side of Indian 
River Road beginning at a point 1259.32 feet West of 
Kempsville Road, running a distance of 494.11 feet 
along the South side of Indian River Road, running a 
distance of 297.28 feet in a Southerly direction, runninf > 
a distance of 600 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 629.40 feet in a Southerly 
direction, running a distance of 548.70 feet in ^, 
Westo-ly direction, running a distance of 165.30 feet inv 
a Southerly direction, running a distance of 355.10 fe^?. 
in a Westo'ly direction, running a distance of 470.38 
feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance of^ 
127.21 feet in a Westerly dir^ion, running a distance^^ 
of 480.24 feet fai a Northwesterly direction, running i^,\ 
distuice of 195.^ feet in a Northerly direction, runningU 
a distance of 597.60 feet in a Westerly direction, 
running a distance of 1791. 4S feet in a Southwnteriy. 
direction, running a distance of 2820.52 feet in 4,t! 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 1014.2155 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance ojf'c 
391.38 feet in a Northwesteriy direction, running anc. 
distance of 1019.04 feet in a Northeasterly directionr, 
running a distance of Z2A.9A feet in a Southeasterlf^^ 
direction, running a distance of 1874.75 feet in i\^, 
Nortlwasteriy direction, running a distance of 818.4),^^; 
feet in a Northw^terly direction and running a distance i . 
of 409.37 fett in a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel'^^ 
contains 185.272 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH, --y 

Apirfiation of Exxon Corporation for a Conditionaf^' 
Use Permit for an automobile service station on certaifl',"'„- 
propoty located at the Northwest intersection of 
Holland R(Htd and South Plaza Trail, running 9b A 
distance of 185 feet along the North side of Holland^ i^' 
R(»d, running a distance of 228.77 fwt along the'^f^ 
W«tem prop«ty line, running a distance of 185 fee^if 
along the Northern property line, and running r,>,s 
distance of 2^.77 feet along the West side of SoutbuV 
Plaa Trail. Said pared contains .97 «:re. 
KlEJ^PSVILLE BOROUGH. -"* 



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ibt^pUcation of SuuDwood tMcfeman for a ComiiUoAal 
Vse Permit for ta automobile iondcc station on colaln 
i^<^>erty located at the Southeast intersection of 
HoHand Road arid Keen<a- Lane, running a distance of 
^5 feet along the South side of Holland Road, running 
a distance of 14S feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
tuiiniti^ a distance of 1S2 feet in a Southeasterly 

^direction, running a distance of 122 feet in a 
SouUiwesterty direction, running a distance of 4$Q.7 
fe^ along the Southern property line and running a 
distance of 243 feet along the East side of Keener Luie. 
Said parcel contains 1.8 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 






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5. 

^plication of The CongregaticHi of Hope Lutho-an 
Church for a Conditional Use Permit fw a church on 
cotain property located on the North side of 
Providence Road Relocated beginning at a point 630.79 
feet East of Balfor Drive, running a distance of 280 feet 
nuire or less along the North side of Providence Road 
Reloaded, running a disance of 781.09 feet along the 
East«ti property line, running a distimce of 301 .31 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a distance 
of 709.88 feet along the Western property line. Said 
parcel contains 3.23 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
6. 

Application of Trustees, Thalia United Methodist 
Church for a Conditional Use Permit for a church on 
certain property located at the Southwest corner of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard and Fir Avenue, running a 
distance of 641 feet along the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running a distance of 230 feet more or 
less along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 5 10 feet along the S<mthem property line and running 
a distance of 204 feet along the West side of Fir Avenue. 
Said parcel contahis 3 ao-es. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

PUNGO BOROUGHi 



Application of Ralph and Judy Mooney for a 
Conditional Use Permit for horses for hire and 
boarding on certain property located on the West side of 
Seaboard Road beginning on certain property located 
on the West side of Seaboard Road beginning at a point 
6336 feet South of Leroy Drive, numing a distance of 31 
feet more or less along the West side of Seaboard Road, 
running, a distance of 2931.72 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 443.31 fMt in a 
Northw^terly direction, running a distance of 1634.38 
feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 
879.30 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 1343.23 feet an Easterly direction, runnins a 
distance of 687.41 feet in a Northw^to-ly direction, 
runmng a distance of 487.96 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 1138.96 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance qf IQ80.13 
f e«l^lfi a HnwhuMmrly dlraalkaiM^nuiniBg a i^Aance of 
718.97 feet in a Southeasterly direction and running a 
distance of 1420.12 feet in a Northeasterly direction. 
Said parcel contains 39.3 acres. PUNGO BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

8. ' 
^Application of Virginia Beach Camf^ounds, Inc. 
(KOA), for a Conditional Ule Permit for a 12 - foot by 
3 - foot sign on certain prq>erty located on the West side 
of South Birdneck Road beginning at a point S3I.61 feet 
North of Bells Road, runnmg a distance of 132 feet 
more or less along the West side of South Birdneck 
Road, runnhig a distance of 733.37 feet along the 
Northern property line, running a distance of 132.90 
ftet along the Western property line and ntnning a 
distance of 723.93 feet along the Southern i»opRty line. 
Said parcel contains 2.1^77 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



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A]ft>lication of Oaydon Banks Walker and David 
^l^idiael Ascho' for a Conditional Use Permit for a jet 
sld nmtal on certain {Hroperty located on the North side 
of Laskin Road b^jnning at a point 728 feet EasI of 
i» Oriole Drive, running a disance of 88.30 (td along the 
oi North dde of Laskin Road, running a distance of 122.83 
^fe^ in a N<»tha-ly direction, running a d&tance of 103 
"^fe^ in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
99.31 fe^ in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
■tittsuuiM of 132.^ feet in a Southwesto-ly direction And 
nmBong a d»tat»x of 124.43 feet in a Southerly 
direction. Said parcel contains .469 ttres. 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



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MO. 
ApfticittiOn of Princess Anne Corp., T/A Prineos 
Anne Memorial Park, Inc., for a Conditional Use 
Permit to operate a cemetery, Mau^Jkum, 
cdumtMuium, dup^, admUstrative of^a aiK) 
e^fnnait maintraaflce and ^Ctf i^ m certain i»opely 
U>m*d cm Ae East side of North Gran Neck Road 
b^uuing at a point 930 feet more or l»s North of 

- I^^nvfew Road, running a distance of 912 feet atong 
tNi£asf tiik of North Great Neck Road, running a 
^Stmct of 1465 feet along the Northern property line, 
tunning a distance of 738.30 feet along the EaAem 
pnpmy Ime ami running a disttn(e of 1667 fe^ along 

*^ Sewthem i^opoty line. SM parcel contains 31 
acres. LYNNHAVEN MROUGH. 



"jMMENDMENT: 

ill- 

lito^M of tte Pbwnwg C(^misslon of tiM City of 

Hk^^mBnA to amei^ ami rei^dain Section 4. l(m) of 
*^ Mdiw^ Ot^^aam rrtttfaig to street ri^t-of- 

i^^UMta. ito« tfmttd ittftHmatiDn is avaikbte in 

tto D^lM^mt of Planning. 



12. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of t^ City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and rrordmn iMkle 10, 
Section 1001, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to use reflations for schools. Moft detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information are avails^ in the 
Department of Planning. 



Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 



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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 19th day of 
April. 1978. 

RuthE.Akright, 
Plaintiff, 
against '^^ 
Leon Akright, 
Defendant. , 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant,, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Strike, Naval Air Test 
Center, Patuxent River, 
Maryland, 20670. It is 
ordoed that he do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
June, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 



William F. Burnside, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23431 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
aRCUIT CXXJRT OF THE 
QTY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, GN THI 3 DAY 
OF APRIL. 1971, 

In re:Adopti« oC Reginald 
Leonard Ckattais to be 
named Regimdd Ujcoard 
Moore 

By: Gregory Moore. Sr. ft 
Barbara Jane Mqoi'e, Pet- 
itioners. 

To: Al Thooutt Carter 
56th Blaine Street. N.E. 
Washiuttoo. D.C. 

ORDER 



This day came Gregory 
Moore. Sr. and Barbara 
Jane Moore, Petitiooers. 
aqd represented that the 
object oi this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of the 
above named ioftint, 
Reginald Leonard Oemeots 
to be named Regbuld 
Leonard Moore, by Gregory 
Moore, Sr. liid BarlMra 
Jane Moore, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that Al 
Thomas Outer, a natural 
parent oi said cdtiU. is a 
non-resident of the Slate of 
Virginia, the last known 
post dfice address being: 
S6th Blaine Street, N.E. 
Washington, D.C. 

It 18 therefore Ordered 
that the said Al Thomas 
Garter appear beftre this 
Court on or before May 24, 
1978 and indicate his att- 
itude toward the proposed 
adoiMion, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to fvotect 
his interest in ttds matter. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Clerk 

By: J. Qu-tis Fruit, Deputy 
Qerk 
lames H. Foreman p.q. 



VBS 4/27, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17 VBS 4/12. 4^|9, 4/26. 5/3 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Hie Virginia Beach Planning Commission will hold a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 9, 1978, at 12:00 
Noon in the Council Chambers of the Admimstrttion 
BuUcHng, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia 4eii:h, 
Virgiiila. The following applications will wppt9i-<m the 
agenda: 

DEFBRRED 30 DAYS BY PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON APRIL 1 1. 1978: 

Petitkm of Willowood Holding Corporation for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from A- 1 
Apartment District to A-3 Apartment District m ceHahi 
property located on tiie Southside of Gunn Hall Dtlve 
beginning at a point 212.93 feet East of Ociiaui 
Boutevard, running a distance of 430.94 feet along 0ie 
NOrth«m property Une of which 149 feet is thc^nith 
side of Gunn Hall Drive, running a distance of 327 fleet 
along the Eastern property line, running a distance of 
32JM fieet along the Southern propoly line ind 
running a distance of 230 feet along the W^tttfn 
prbperQr line. Said i^rcel contains 2.3 acres (Guno itell 
Manor Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 
SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 




Subdiviaon Variance: Appeal from Dedsii 
Adminl^rative Of^:ers in r^ard to certain elcmtmt of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Elizabiet^t. 
MoiUgnnery. Property located on the Northfan 
ejrtrosity of Sycamore Road. Plats with more de^rf 
information are av^lable in the De{^rtmeM of 
Planning. 



Subdivision Variance: App^ from Decisiona, of 
Administrative Offloen in r^ird to cotain elemma^f 
th Subdivision OriUnance, Subdivision for )y^iliian C. 
yma» p., ami Kathryn B. Y»tes. Propaij ioca^|iP 
the Sooth ride of Yeates Lane at the EiM^pm 
extranity.Plats with mt^e <k(aiM informatioi aii 
avaitabte in the Dq»rtmmt of Planning. / 



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f^vision Variance: An>eal from Deciiioos of 
4dffliiiiitrative Offices in regard to certun i^tmmu of 
^le Subdivision (finance. Subdivision f<M- Rob^ E. 
Mcj Alice F. Smithson. Property is located 110 feet 
Wi«t of Middle Lane and extends from the &»jitbem 
lx>nnd^ of OMo Avenue to the Northern boundary of 
Indiana Aveftue. Plats with more detailed Infomi^n 
are available in the Departmoit of Plaiming. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICA- 
tlON: 

5. ■ / 

Petition of the Estate of Fred A. Haycox for a Chai^iB 

of 2toning District Classification from R-8 Residential 

IMstrict to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 

prop^y locate at the Southeast intersection Of 

Qen^al Booth Boulevard and South Birdneck |lOfd, 

running a distance of 423.92 feet along the East side of 

General Booth Boulevard, running a distance of 448^; 73 

feet Along the Southern property line, nmnhii a 

distwice of 200 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 

niiudng a distance of 2% feet in a Westerly direc^on, 

ruiu|tti| ji disance of 185 fMt in a Northo'ly dire^ion 

uitf rimniiig a distance of 38 feet along the South side of 

South Birdneck Road. Said parcel contains 2.3 ^ti. 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. [ 

Petition, of Bruce B, Mills for a Change of /Zoning 
District Classification from A- 1 Apartment D^trict to 
P^'Z Apartn»nt District on certain property located at 
the Northwest intersection of Pennsylvania Avjenue and 
S^nd Street, running a distance of 137.30 fbet idong 
the West side of Pamsylvania Avenue, running a 
distance of 13^ feet ^ohg the Northern property line, 
ruiuung a distance of 160 feet along the Western 
property line and running a distance of 12Q feet along 
the North side of Second Street. Said parcel ^ntaim .43 
acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. / 

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Petition of William E. Wood foi" a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-8 Residential District to 
(^1 Office District on certain prOpCTty located on the 
North side of Kempsville Road b^nnin^f at a point 780 
feet West of Brandon Boulevard^ running a distance of 
670 feet along the North side of Kemi»ville Road, 
running a distance of 342 feet aloi^ the Western 
property line, running a distance of 685 feet along the 
Northern property line and running a distance of 570 
feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 8.6 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOllOUGH. 



8. 

Pethion of Carlton E. and Josephine Coppersmith for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from R-3 
Residential District to 0-1 Office District on certain 
property located at the Southeast int^rsecticm of 
Kempsville Road and Providence Road, rnnning a 
distance of 187.83 feet along the £<^t side of Kempsville 
Road, running a distance of J07.14 feet along the 
Southern property line, running a distance of 187.83 

#ltance*of Wji^ f«et alcMM -.the .^Mi r sW^-of 
Proidii^ce^ Road.' ^^d parcel contains .4(Q acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

9- 

Petition of Herbert L. Kramer for a Change of ZOmng 
EHstrict Dassification from R-1 Residential District to 
R-3 Residential District on Certain property located at 
the Northeast intersection of Dunstan Lane and 
Vi^efield Drive, running a distance of 903,37 feet 
a^g the North side of Dwistan Lane,, runnfaig a 
(distance of 274.76 (eet in a Northerly direction, running 
a distance of 386.26 feet ^ in a Westerly direction, 
running a distance of 463.93 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running a distance of 282. 1 6 feet along the 
Northern property line and running a distance of 648.43 
fleet along the East side of Wakefield Drive. Said parcel 
contains 9.19 acres. (Thoroughgood Estates Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



10. 

Petition of Herbert L. Kram^ for a Change of Zoning 
IMstrict Classification from R-3 Residential District to 
R-4 Residential District on certain property located on 
tke Bast side of Wakefidd Drive b^inning at a point 
290 feA i|}ore or less South of Dunstan Lane, running a 
djitance of 926 feet more or Ims aloiig the East side of 
Wttefldd Drive, running a distaiice of 473 feet more or 
ksiS along the Southan property line, running a di^ahce 
of 573 feet more or les j in a Northeasterly direction, 
ruiUiing a distance of 133.84 f^t hi a Northerly 
direction and running a distance of 161.33 feet in a 
Northwesterly dir«:tion. Said pared contains 8.26 
acres. (Thoroughgood Estates Area). BAYSIDE 
BpROUOH. 

11. 

Petition of Redwing Associate, a Virginia Partnothip, 

for a Change of Zoning District Classification from 

AG-1 Agricultural District to B-2 Cpmrnunity-Busilnss 

IXstrict on parcels located 30.91 feet West of Oceana 

Bmitevaid. 



ar(Xl 1: Beginning at a point 730 feA more « less 
S|»uth of Prosperity Road, running a distance of M.61 
feft along the Eastern ptopaiy Une, running arc^d a 
curve a distWM of 33.05 f^t, running a disMi^ of 
737,29 tm along the Southern property liite, nmi^ a 
4^VBSM» ef 1^.74 feet along the Western propmy line 
aM funiiing a distance of 788.36 feet ajong the 
Northeiii propety Hne. 

P|rMl 2: B^iimit^ at a point 810 feet more ot l«s 
SoiMh of PfoqMity Road, rumiBg a distaaM of 234,03 
feet idoi^ the East^n property Une, running a.disttJU^e 
of 831 .21 feet along the Soutb^n prop^y Urn, running 
aiUHai^ of 227.18 feet in a JNorthwesterly direotwn, 
ntnidag f' distance of 1^.^ f^ in a We^^ly 
direction* running a distant of 4/4.i8 fe^ to a 
Northott^&ly direction and runnu^ a distant; of 
8^.^ feet atoiw the North^n ^operty Um. I 



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feaid parcels contain 11.796 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 

«>ROU0H. (fc 

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'J2. ■ ,.* . 

Petition of Seven E Company for a Change of Zoninf 

I^trict Classification from R-8 Residential District to 

A-1 Apartment District on certain property locatwl op 

the South side of Bonney Road banning at a point 

660.4 feet more or less West of Ewetl Road, running a 

distance of 15.37 feet along the South side of BonneV 

Hoad. running a* distance of 691.17 feet in a 

Southeasterty dirKtion, running a distance of 326,^ 

feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a distant <^ 

389.24 feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a 

distance of 71 1.38 feet in a Northeasterly direction and 

running a distance of 1037.70 feet in a Northwesterftr 

direction. Said pared contains 5.268 acres. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



13. 

Petition of Robert W. Wadddl, M.D., and Grover C, 
Wr|^, Jr., Trustees of Virginia Jeach Orthopedis 
Assodation, for a Change of Zoning District 
Oaisification from R-5 Residential District to 0-1 
Ofti<x District on certain property located on the South 
side of Old Donation Parkway beginning at a point 
1049.26 feet Wed of First Colonial Road, running a 
distance of 481. 9| feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a: distance of 743.93 feet along the Southern 
prcqpierty Une and running a distance of 813.73 fieet 
along the Northern property line of which 739.31 feet i$ 
the South side of Old Donation Parkway. Said parcel 
contains 3.993 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

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Petition of Hermitage Townhouse Associates for a 

Change of Zoifing District Classification from R-5 

Residential District to B-2 Community-Business 

I^trict on cert^n property located on the East side of 

Providence Road beginning at a point 333.44 feet South 

of Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 492.7Q 

feet along the ^t side of Providence Road, running a 

distance of 904. 16 feet along the Southern property line, 

running a distance of 682.76 feet along the Eastern 

property line tuid running a distance of 739.77 feet 

along the Northern property line. Said parcel contains 

U .949 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

15. 

Petition of Willowood Holding Corporation for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from AG-) 
Agricultural District to A-3 Apartment District c^n 
certain propertylocated at the Southeast intersection of 
Oceana Boulevard and Gunn Hall Drive, running a 
distance of 351.36 feet along the East side of Oceana 
Boulevard, running a distance of 245.6 feet along the 
Southern property line, running a distance of 330 feet 
dong the Eastern property line and running a distance 
of 212.93 feet dong the South side of Gunn Hdl Drive. 
Said parcel contdns 1.7 acres. PRINCESS ANNS 
BOROUGH. 

16. • 

Petition of Coite B. Rudadl and Robert C. Sewell for a 
Change of Zoning District ClassificatioR from R-4 
iWMdeMilinCMlAH2l^iib'(iA4fi^|iartme«|i 'iMstMb^^k 
iteitai# profmj^-Iooated on the North «ide of'^NilsMrt 
Road beginning at a point 420 feet more or less E^ of 
Independence Boulevard, running a distance of 291,30 
feiet along the North side of Wishart Road, running a 
distance of 77.75 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 70.80 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
ruiuiing a distance of 101.45 feet in an Easteirly 
direction, running a distance of 150 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running a distance of 39.20 feet in a 
Ftorthwesiterly direction, running a distant^ of 120.60 
feet in a ^orthnuterly direction, running a distance of 
159.96 f^ dong the Northern property line and 
running ^ distance of 600.71 feet dong the W^tern 
property , line. Sdd parcel contdns 2.077 acres. 
BAVSIDE BOROUGH. 

17. ; 

Petition pf Frederick B. Bryant, Trustee of the Bryanf 
Fandly Trust, for a Change of Zoning District 
ClasdficAtion from M Light Industrid EKstrict to B-2 
Conimuifity-Business District on certain prc^xrty 
located (^n the North side of Greoiwich Road beginning 
at a potat 2080 feet more or less East of Newtown Road, 
running ia distance of 430 feet more or less dong th$ 
North u^ of Greenwich Road, running a distance of 
280.37 feet dong the Eastern property line, running a 
distance bf 298. 18 feet along the Northern property lin«( 
and running a distance of 397.13 feet dong the Western 
property^ line. Sdd parcel contdns 2.866 a^res. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. " 

18. / 

Petititm by Motion of the Planning Commission of the 
aty of Virginia Beach for a Change of Zoning Distijct 
Classification from R-8 Residentid District to AQ-I 
Agiiculturd District to correct a surveyor's error which 
has l^ carried over from previous years on ceitiin 
property located on the South side of London Brit^e 
Roa4 beginning at a point 2830 feet more or \m East of 
^pps Corner Road> running a distance of 200 feet 
doi|g the South ade of London Bridge Road, running a 
distance of 490 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
hmnaing a cUstancc of 150 feet in a Northwesterly 
dir|ctk)n, nmning a distance of 700 feet in a 
Somhwesterly dif^ion, running a distance of 340 feet 
in k Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 7l0 
fe^ in a Northeasterly direction, running a distanceol 
li^ feet in a Southeasterly dkwrtion and running a 
(^stance of 500 feet in a Northeasteriy direction. Plats 
with more detdled information are avdlable in the 
i>4sannmt of Planning. PRINCESS ANHE 
BOROUGH. 



19. 

Petition by Motion of the Planning Commission of the 
City of Virgina Beach for a Change of Zoning Distoto 
Clasjifl(ati(in from AG-l Agriculturd District to R*8 
lUsWentid Wstrict to a>rr«^ a surveyor's error wb^h 
has b^ £^ri«l over from previous y«rs on ^rtdn 
ITOpcrty looted on the South side of London Bra^ 
R<^ beginning at a point JBO feet mort or les East of 



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Wrtfnla i»ac h Putrfjc Notlctt eoiit*<l 

aiipps Comer Road, running a dis^uKe of 190 >e« 
wore or less alcmg the South side of London Bri%e 
JJd, nmnmg a distance of 460 feet in a Southwes^ly 
^*^on, running a distance of 150 feet in a 
Northwesterly direction and running a distance of 485 
fwt more or less in a Northeasterly direction. Plats with 
Jjwe detaUed information are avidJab^ in the 
W»rt|n«nt of Planning. >RINGESS ANNE 



PetWon by Motion of the Planning Commission of the 
Ctty of Virginia Beach for a Change of Zoning District 
PWiification from AO-1 Agricultural District to R-8 
iMidential District to correct a surveyor's error which 
iui been carried over from previous years on certain 
property located 490 feet South of London Bd^ 
. RoM. beginning at a point 3360 feet more or less^t 
of Sbipps Comer Road, running a distance of 200 f«et 
in ■ Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 110 
f^ Ih a Southwesterly direction, mnning a distance of 
610 feet more or less in a Southerly direction, running a 
^totiace of 410 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
mnning a distance of 200 feet in a Northeast^ly 
itoetion, mnning a distance of 60 fwt in, • 
Soiittieasterly direction and mnning a distance of 830 
ffct more or less in a Northeasterly direction. Plats with 
toon detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. PRINCESS ANNE 
lOROUGH. 

%l. 

Petition by Motion of the Planning Commission of the 
City of Virginia Beach for a Change of Zoning Distflct 
Oaimfication from P-1 Preservation District to M 
R^ential District on certain property located <m the 
WeM side of Hdly Avenue beginiung at the Watem 
extremity of 63rd Street, mnning a distance of 80 feet 
toon or less along the West side of Holly Avenue 
(BaaKera boundary of Seashore State Park), mnning a 
^is^ce of 110 feet more or less along the Nordi^m 
im^ierty line, mnning a distance of 70 feet more or less 
•toAt the Western property line and mnning a distance 
of 90 feet more or less along the Southern property line. 
Sakl parcel contains 7S00 square feet more or less. 
tYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



CONDITIQNAL USE PERMIT: 

22. 

Application of George S. and Alma M. Johnson for a 

Ofmditional Use Permit for a duplex on cotain 

property located on the South side c^ Indian RIvct 

Jtoid beginning at a point 1010 feet more or less East of 

Prinsess Anne Road, running a distance of 15 feet 

tknt the South nde of Indian River Road, ratuiing a 

diflance of 1376.80 feet along the Eastern property 

line., mnning a distance of 573.60 feet in a 

NorUiwesterly direction, mnning a distance of 428.67 

4 fSPt.te.* NpUJieastedy dirc<:tiQ?, mnflilBg a.disJingftpf 

nl^MMnt Mi4.S^lvait«lydUrfsAf»kjm4liMllUl^ 

illMcoof 828 feet in aNortheriydioeotioa. Saidpansel 

oomains 5.001 acres. PUNGO BOROUGH. 



23. 

Application of Robert C. O'Neal for a Conditional Vse 

ftfAtt to operate a bicycle rental on certain property 

located at tiie Northeast comer of 24th &reet and 

AltaOttic Avenue on property of the Holiday Inn. Said 

puroil is 30 feet. by 41 feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 

iOiOUGH. 

24. 

jAndication of Virginia Beach Racquet Club North 
Associates for a Conditional Use Pemut fOr lumdl»U 
'and nuMiuetball courts, additional outdoor courts, dub 
houe with restaurant (private), and additional partially 
enck)^ indoor courts on certain property b^innii^^ lU 
a pc^t 940 feet more or less North of the intersection 
of (keat Neck Roadand Thomas Bishop taac, mnning 
a dU^ice of 310 feet more or less in a Northwesttfly 
direction, mnning a distance of 20 feet modre or tess in a 
Norlherly direction, mnning a distance of SO feet, more 
Or jeii m a Northwesterly direction, running a distanoe 
of SOD feet more or l»s in a Northerly diredlon* 
rwuiiBg a distance of 479.35 feet aloiig the ^k>rtiwm 
^Operty line, running a distance of 971.52 feet along 
ttie Western prop^y line, running a distance of 77.67 
l^in a Southeasterly direction, mnning a disunce of 
178.46 feet in a Northeasterly direction and running a 
#rtance of 1 10 feet in an Easterly direction. Said pared 
OMttains 8 acres more or less. LYNNHAVEN 
9C»tOUGH. 



25._ « 

44ip^tion of Douis A. Harrison (m a Conditk)nal 
Clse Pomit for a private recreational area for a building 
^ die storage of boats on certain property begmnins 
^ a P<^t 2904 feet more or less East of Princess Aunt 
tifitAf mnning a distance of 100 feet along Uie ScnKh 
1^^ Public Landing Road, mnning a distance of 125 
h^fikmg the Western property line, running a (tt^tan^ 
0rS4J5 feet in a Southeasterty direction, nmidng a 
l^a^e of 63 fMt along the Southern property lii» aiui 
nwning a distance of 155.4 feet along the Easte^o 
pnqipity line. Said parcel contains 0.3 acre. (Back B|y 
Afei^.>UNGO BOROUGH. 



^^O^n of LI'l Shopper, Inc., for a Conditional 
^/i%mit for a gasoline servfce sOitum i^, 
c^a^l^mx store on certain property lodged m the 
M^Ale of Shore Drive beginning at a point 3 16 foes 
*^' " "^-^Qure HmiM Koad, mnning a distance of 1^ 
, the North tide of ^ore IMve, ruining a 
s of 216.44 feet along Uie Eastern prc^my Um, 
mJwIm • distant of 150 feet along the NorAov 
^^i^^M (South Me of Hdlis RtmO ud rvwring a 
^yne of 236.21 ft^ atang tN Wsteft|mqi«tytoi& 
imimA contain .61 «:re. BAYSIDE«)ROUOH. 




Ap^catiM of UnMy OMtfdi pt Tld^^er fc^ a 
Conditi<Nial Uie J^«init fOU a\chur^ <» c^tain 
pr^^ j(|e^ed d^^^ JP<^^ |kie of Shdl Road 
jbe|^l^:iit c p(m& i2p ^.nyire pr less West of 
DMnN/t^i nwa^^ (UstlUeof ^74.8 feet along the 
k^fOilrty liae\Qf w^ 342^8 feet is the NorUi 
Si^AlUiui, n^intaig a distai^ce of 838.67 feet 
al^ tbiei/$$ietntf^ptkty ttoe. running a distance of 
644.i2 feet 4dong tlie NottlMni property line of which 
347:90 feel if the %}vtV %ide of Northampton 
Ko#wtfi Wdiuai^a'diitmoe of 1)^.8 feet along 
ttapl^etfp jt^ierty^i^e. Si»l parcel diontains 11.286 
at^ «AY^ BdidUOil. 

28? 

J^0C9Hiim of Attrtican Oil Company for a 
<}oiiditlOoal (Ilk Pcnjlt for » idf-teryioe gasoUne 
iai$ee ita^ on oiiiain prc^aty lo^tfed M tiie 
Sbtttbeast int^tection | of LasUn Roa^ nnd First 
Cd^rtlial Road, runntaita diti^noe of 132.^ feet along 
tii4 IMi> ^ of Ufl^ RdMi^ jmnning a Stance of 
15^^ fitt aM titi^Bma^ Mpcrty Une^ running a 
di^ee of 156.48 feet alo^ tbe Soudiern property 
Une. nunii^ I dbtai^ of |2|.^ feet aldni tiie East 
4d| df I^st Cobnlal Ho«^ &U ilnning around a curve 
a dlttano^ of $7.81 fieet^ Said ^|i«el contains ;53 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
.29. 

Apphcation of Baamaniiel tfNmacle Churei^ for a 
Conditional Use Pcmi< IM • cfattich on b»tain 
property located at tM fkk^m intersection of 
Morrison ^venue and tM ko^-Virtinia ^h 
£)q)ressway. running A dtediN of 3M.88 feet aloiig Uie 
West side of Morrison Aveniic» ramiing a distant of 
290 feet along die Nortl^a property Ifaie, nnnii^ a 
distance of 100 feet «long tite Western propcitjr Une fod 
running » distance of 360\^ akmf Ac North Mi of 
die Norfolk.Vifginia Ben^lt; |xpf^S«^' Slid piiipcl 
comains l.l6acre$aYNNilA^V^ KHtOUOH. 

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Application of Ly^ T. Sinltti for a Conditioaal Use 
Permit f^ a fulliserYiQe gaioline service station oi 
cmain property located «t tlte Soutiiwest inteteectioa 
of Princess: Anne |load suui Corner Road. runnii« • 
distanoe of 299.92 ^ ai|pqg:the West side of Prinoen 
Anne Roa4. runnitif a^id^ttnce of 162.88 feet }n a 
Soatii#esterfy cbroction, /unnkig a distance ot 153 feet 
in a Nortiiwctterly dinqjon. mnning a distance of 225 
£ect in a SouUiwest^ly direction, running a distance of 
132.01 feet -along tjie fi^t side of Salem Road and 
running a <Stt|Ui(x Of 2^3.94 li:et along the South side 
of Corner jRoad; $aid parcel contains 6.74 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BO«iC!UGH. 

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ApjMlcation of AraOcb^(^ Coinpany for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a gajseline service station on certain 
property locnted at tiie Southeast intersection of 
PrOvi(kmce Road an(tLord Duninore Drive, mnning a 
distance of 140 feet H^ng tii^ South side of Providence 
Road, running a distance of 130 feet along the Eastern 
propmy line, nttni^a distance of 160 feet along the 
.Soittton propmy Un<« running a distance of 110 feet 
B ddlf ^%ls£k»i pkl^yiliP#^^mS^'ii^iiSa 

acre'.'KBMPSYILLE BOROUGH. 

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Al^NDMENTS: 

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MOfdon of tbePlam^ C(»unission of tiie City of 
ViriM# Befkck jo ^n^oid and r^dain Article 6, 
She^t|D^ifii05^of ue Q>lti^dlei»ive Zcming Ordinance 
|Mrt^^i|ng to off•st^t iwti^ r«|uirCTents for 
6ffto^,More ^etaiW*. ittforination is available in the 
De^^eni of l>lanning.^ 



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MotSoii of ti^ Plaimii^ Commission of the City of 
Virgtiiiii Bin^' to iui^ and reordain Article 8, 
Se<fl|iir 8bS, oltiie CotopfciwMive Zoning Ordinance 
pe«ilflto8;Wfo«-$tieti Witing reqinrenients for 
offices. More di^ailed iafo^ation is available in tlw 
i3«ipartn»nt of Planning. 






34^- ■ 

I4c^ of jMi. Planning^ 
mm:Ii to ais^nd 




lesion of the Citjr of 



So^Mg^H^t^imd 915. bftW 
Ort^H^ . ; gprtauung p 

av|#a)te jn ^lt^;^«|prti^ oC'' 



leordain Article 9, 

tpfelieBsive Zoning 

off-street paridng 

faifonnatioB is 



31.' ■. - C^ • V-. - , \ 
Hotit^ of tlie>lanning Qnmni^ of the City of 
yit|||l^ leach to amend pad rejordain Article 10. 
Se<^otf iQ6tS.;ofWC(»iq>rdiensiydZoning Onttiance 
pertiO^ ' 0' «W-st{eet paMi| 'requireflaents for 
offU^^iWl^aM ii^^n^ in die 

I>epaitini^ t»f f U^ibv.' 



Motion 'of di^ Plaiuifiii Coininissiorf of dw C^ of 
Vir^' floK^ *» aa#d W r^^ Article 15. 
SectiM i»^; oflJieCdnipiteil^tt^t^iiiig Ordinance 
lurttMng to oin^stfeet partdiig ^uifenaents fw 
Qft^^ Mote tiatayed infomiation is ^vaUable in die 
DepitfMeHit^^lPlluibiag. 



Pla^ «4Mi mora <^etattidl 
an^oiticws are aw ' 
Planugf 



1 



inforpatioB-dttthe above 
^ the O^artnwnt of 



All Uiterested porsoos iurcteviMd to attoat 

Robem J.Scott 
^e^or of ^ttmini 



(^ni|pnykp^^ain-^rtt26. i9^and»^^^ 1978- 1 



VnGnilABBAfailUNC]Wm>NESDAV^MAY3.1978 ffj^ 



ORDER < 
PUBLICAttON 

In die Ctaft's Office of 
die Circuit fourt of the 
Oty of ^^^ia Beach, 
Va. on die 19th day of 
April. 1978.# 



Gloria Dene Singleton. 

Plaintiff. 

ap^st A 

Ridcy Angeki Singleton, 

D^endant. > 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain ,% divorce a 
vinculo ma^^onii from 
the said deflindant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an afl^kiavit having 
been made ind filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the .last known 
post office address beingf 
3610 RoUili| Meadows 
Drive, Augutita, Georgia. 
It is ordered that he do 
aivear on or before the 
9th of June. 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 



A 
Fentress 



John V. 



By: Patti A, Keendian, 
D^utyOeifc. 



Michael B. 

p.q. 

Suite 104. 

Bldg. 

3284 Virginia Beach Hvd. 

Virginia Beach. VA234S2 

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-n»'^ V nitol s.9M»J-<<lt» A 

Jill . .-.-.!. 



I 

ORDER 
PUBUCATI0N 



OF 



m die dirt^ onipe «r 

die Cfaoait Onart of Hk 
aty or lillria Bneh. 
VA., oa iHIISih *qr of 
April, ISIt. 



Plainliff. 



PMcN«tic« 



J 



NoticeitliM«bygivMdiatthe(»y(JettncilofUwC»* ".^^ ./\^'^Y'i 

« r«guUr mMtiag hi the Oty OraneQ (3Mffibers.'XuiuineKl«!.i; Simding. llttoklpU OMlir, 
Prineew Aiuie BoitHigh, ViigiiUa BMcb. Vir^Ua, at 2KiO pjn.. OB Mwdav. May 8di. ini bi 
tiw porpoae of hoUiBg a Pnh& Baarhif en dw prapoied biktaet far die City of Vtrflala 
(or Um fitesi year begianlBg July 1. 1918 and eadlBg Jane 80. 1979. 

Appendwl herto it a oondniMd moBmary of dM prapoeod todfeki 



Oty of VhihrfR BoMh, VhgWa 

SUMMABY OP REVENUES BY SOUBGE 

need Ymt Endhv Jmo 88, 1171 



1978-1979 



Sowco 



19?»^19f7 I97T-I978 



rfTelal 



Roveaao: 










General Property Taxee 


8S8J71388 


186,484.798 


8 89466469 


86.18 


Other Loctl Taxes 


18.121441 


80,008.000 


88448400 


1648 


UeensM, Permits and 










PrivQegesFeM 


8,6684W) 


7489446 


7498.440 


644 


FinM and Forfeituree 


6fl0<491 


818400 


888400^ 


.64 


Fnm Um of Mtmey and 










Property 


1J50468 


1478416 


1486466 


144 




40445312 


41488487 


46.189.782 


2946 


From the Federal Govemment 


6468489 


6411418 


6.627,668 


444 


From Other Agendee 


1U448 


118460 


186480 


.12 


Service Chaifos for Current 










Servk»s 


8.662.061 


6.189467 


6444498 


446 


Sale of Commodities and 










Pnqwrties 


4414466 


6414448 


6409418 


4.07 


Miscellaneous Revenue 


121.466 


91.900 


91416 


.06 


Non Revenue Receipts 


4499416 


8.968.419 


4427462 


247 


TOTAL REVENUES 


I180.1W469 


1127.730478 


8144487.787 


9446 


Add: 

Financing from Unappropriated 










Fund Balances 


■0- 


6,420,166 


8448.094 


5.46 



TOTAL FINANCING REQUIRED 8120,169460 $188,151,089 8188.685481 10040 

fity >f VWiah Beerii Yfrghia 

SUMMARY OF EXPENNTUBES BY DEPABIMENT 

Fised Year EndiagJuMSO, 1979 

1978-1979 



DepartmMit 



Legislative 

Executive 

Law 

Finance 

Personnel 

Judicial 

Heahh 

Social Services 

Poliee 

PubUeWoriu 

Pariu and Reereatk>n 

Ubraiy 

Fhuming 

Agfieoltnre 

~ Devdiqnneiit 



Bands and Gommissimis 
fin 



1976-1977 

I 710496 

476488 

217462 

8.746.605 

800445 

2.085418 

572408 

6,096,498 

7.020487 

11.121.678 

2496,785 

1.048.781 

896487 

202496 

1.024478 

2488471 

511428 

8.056487 

6.774.699 

1.169,771 

554405 

749406 

52448.667 



19n-197B 

8 762487 

672,045 

298,777 

5,447.169 

241459 

2.686414 

602.128 

4424.421 

7415478 

12461.467 

8.424.758 

1495487 

414497 

840.195 

1460,799 

8.197,786 

451404 

8.167467 

8482427 

1.649488 

624486 

1460,128 

59458424 



Badget 



606418 

789.144 

841.768 

744846§ 

268.481 

8.199.486 

668.704 

4,684466 

8481,071 

18.776.022 

8,707401 

1427445 

469417 

261.196 

1.477421 

8.712,440 

410,688 

8467,788 

8497.781 

1406496 

712472 

1.454466 

66419445 



Utaty 




8446488 


4,118.775 


4,798402 


8468468 


4,778452 


6,176476 


8486468 


8,489419 


5410455 


1427.468 


6«yoo 


1422400 



TOTAL BUDGET 



\q awsOftib B tnidtiu^WMterub \(V 



ofTatal 

.46 
-.48 
42 

541 
.18 

2.10 
.42 

847 

5.49 

9.02 

2M 
40 
40 
.16 
47 

248 
48 

240 

549 

1.18 

.46 

.96 

4847 

8.14 

849 

848 

48 



8117.786466 8188461489 8152485481 100.00 



The object itf this suit is 
to <Atatai a dtyorce a vin- 
culo midrimoaii from the 
said defeadai(l, upon die 
groiu^ <MF one year 
sep^ndcHi. f 

Andjm affidavit having 
been inatte aail fll«l that 
die defendait is a non- 
residat of ttie State of 
Vir^nia die fast known 
post irffice address being: 
16 MMor Ctaie, Henfleld 
Sussex BN5. 13 9, 
EngMd. It iinrdered that 
Iw doj^^ieat «n or before 
die 15di,of ^une, 1978, 
and do whit may be 
nece»vy to protect his in- 
terntinthis^t. 



Acopy-Teste: 
John V. Fentiiss 

By: ftmx A. Keenehan, 
Deputy C^ic. 

Midu^ E. Bowerman, 

p.q. 

Suite 104, naza Square 

Bldg. i 

3284 ^^nua^each Blvd. 

VirgiittlB«u:|^VA 23452 

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BEALESTATCTAX BATE -1979 TAXABLE YEAB 



Sli 



Benan 
aelOMt 



Meinnlto Total Bete 
Centnl FY 1979 




1.79 


8 41 


848 


8 42 


.79 


M 


* 


40 


jn 


M 


m 


41 


,n 


M 


m 


42 


.79 


m 


•' 


40 


.79 


M 


41 


48 


.79 


M 


. 


48 


.79 


M 


M 


41 


.79 


• 


M 


41 



* 



Vkiiab Beach 



The assesnnent ratio is 100% <tf fair market value. 

AN ORDINANCE ESTABUSHING THE TAX LEVY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY AND 
MACHINERY AND TOOLS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1979. 

BE rr ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VIR6INU BEACH. VIRGINIA: 



1. 



•flevyaa 



llmv diall be levied and edkcted fu' general piupoees fw the 1979 ealmdar yMv taxes Ml 
all tangflUe personal pnqwrty. not omnpt frmn taxatkn uid not odmwise provided for la 
this Ordinance, at the rate of dx ddlars ($6) <» eaeh <me hundred dollars (%VXi) of aanee 
valuation thereof . The nt« imposed by this sectkm shidl be q>|^ed MI the basis of 45% of the 
fair market value of such penoaid imperty. 



Sectfaii2. 



of levy ea 



There shaU be levied and erileeted far general pur po se s far the calendar year UWOtMwe en 
all vehides without motor power as deQaid fai SeeUim 86-71 of tiM Code <rf Vfaiinia (1860), as 
unended, used or denga^ed to be^4hed as mobile bmaes or dfiees or Im otlMnr meaBB el 
habitatioo by any ^vnm, on eaeh one hundred doBars (8100) ol aaa ee s sd vidui^Mi thwael, 
based on the f<dlowii^ tax rates: 

Total B«tol9T9 



42 

40 
48 
48 
40 
42 
40 
48 
41 



Bayride 

Blaekwiter 

KonpeviUe 

Lyniduven 

PrineeasAnne 

PrineMS Anne Mosqutto 

Pungo 

Pungo Mosquito 

Virj^iia Beadi 



Hie persMid propmty ntfes wUdi have bem |n«SCTibed In thto section disll be an^ed < 
the basis of <»e hundred peroentum (rf tlw fair maricet value fd such personal pn^Mi^. 

Sectiea 3. AaMot rf levy ea a boats ar wetectralt 



N 



h 



P 



1%we sbaU be levtod and edkcted far dw olM^ar ]«ar 1979 far fm^ imposee taxes ea 
idl b(»ts <Mr wateronft under five toos IwtiwB used far boafaMH or ptemire, it tte rate of A 
d<Aan ($6) Ml Midi OM hundred doOan (8100) ef assMsed valu^doa theretrf. The rate inpeaod 
by this Mctkffl shaD be on tte \mi» <d tortf^v pnvMitmn ol the fair maiiet vdoe of neh 
pMvmial prqmty. 

Sscdaa 4. Ami— t eJlevy ea 



■Hi 



mmmmmmmmm 



Pi 



r 



ppfvpPMpPiPMnippsaippp 



f 



f 



9ViSB" 



f 




ViMiPaA BEACH SUN □ WiaiNESDAY. MAY 3, IVJt 



- - u-^^ i y p'. 

Vlr^i^Wlioh Public NottcM cont'd 



SiS^j^*^??^? ^^f^ *»y ^ CommoDwwHh of VirgSkV^Poltatioo 
SS^lnTES^^n ^~SSS! ^ "^P* *^ taxation, at the rate of six doUan ($6) od 
fiSjfl'l??^.??^ ($100) of aaie^d vriuatioa thereof. The rate impoMHi by this 
••rtloo Shan be applied on the baaii of 45% of the fair marint value of such pmooalproperty. 

wtlM 5. Aaoot ^ levy aa vamMairy aad teeb. 

Tfcore shaU be levie^ and eolleetedfor the calendar jear 1979 for general purposes taxes on 
r'T!?! ^ ^fe.°^ "•"P* '^"^ taxation. «t the rate of one dollar ($1) on each one 
hundred dolbrs ($100) <^ assessed valuation thereof. The tax imposed by this section shall be 
applied on the basis of 46% of the fair market Value of such machinery and toota. 

SectieB 6. CeoatitiitioBality. 

lliat if any part OT parts, section or sections, sentences, cUuse or phrase of this ordinance is 
u^ fMson declared to be unconsUtutional or invalid, such decision shall not affect the 
valkltty of the remauung portions of this ordinance. 

SeetieB 7. Effective date. 

This ordinance shall be in effect January 1. 1979. 

The budget, together with the proposed Revenue Ordinance, will be reviewed by the City 
Coundl on Monday. May 8th. 1978. at 2:00 pjn.. at which time persons wishing to appear in 
^wl^of and those opposed to the adoption of the budget may pubUdy expwsstheir 

Pwsons i^hing to address the City Council regarding this matter should register with the 
VI^ w fi. ° 3H. City Administration Building, before 5:00 p.m.. on Wednesday. May 8, 
1978 by letter or telephone (427-4804) or register at the Clerk's desk in the Council Chamber^ 
benn« the meeting opens. 

Persons registering should indicate the budget matter upon which they wish to speak. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 



dress being: Flcvida. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before tlie iSth day 
of June, 1971, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy teste: 



John V. Fentress, 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Wade P. Bettis, Jr., p.q. 
3707 Virginia Beidi Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

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fa the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Gcmrt of the 
aty of Virginia Be«;h, 
VA., on the 27th day of 
April, im. 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By D. S. Hale, Deputy 
Clerk. 



ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beah, 
Va., on the 27th day of 
April. 1978, 



Jacquelyn L. Jacobs, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

George C. Jacobs, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year's 
separation. 

#adui _________„ 

been made toimm^Om 
the defendant is a non- 
-resident of the State of 
I Virginia, the last known 
post office address bang: 
412 Pallets Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 23454. It 
is ordered that he do ap- 
pear on or before the 19th 
of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Thomas W. Goodman, 
Jr., p.q. 

1213 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY 
OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

CITY OF VIRGINIA 

BEACH, 

a Municipal Corporation, 

Pttitioner, 



DUELLAGRAVES 

447 N. Oceana Boulevard 
Vi^nia Beach. VA 23453 
and 

CARRIE COBB 
■«Ure^ unknown, and if 
any of them be dead, their 
surviving spouses, if any, 
h«rs at law, devisees and 
as^ns, wh(»e names are 
unknown, and lien 
editors of any of said 
JMities, K any there be, 
and all other persons, 
havi^ u interest in these 
Iwo^^Uap, wh<^ nam» 
are unknown, all of which 
parties being hereby 
pr«cetded against as 
"I%te Unknown," 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



Defendants. 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



In this proceeding the 
petitioner seeks to acquire 
by condemnation the fee 
simple title to a certain 
parcel of land situated in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, for the 
construction and main- 
tenance of that certain 
public street or highway 
known as "19th Street," 
which property is shown 
and described more par- 
ticulariy in the petition 
and exhibits attached 
Lo on file in tiie office 
of this Court, 
to which reference is 
hereby made for a full and 
accurate description 
thereof; and for the ap- 
pointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain 
just compensation to the 
owners of any estate or in- 
terest in the property to be 
taken or affected as a 
result of the taking or af- 
fected as a result of the 
taking and use thereof by 
the petitioner. 

For such purposes the 
petition^' will apply to the 
Court, on the 25th day of 
May, 1978, at the cour- 
thouse thereof. Municipal 
Center, Virginia Beach, 
VA, at 9:30 o'clock A.M., 
or as soon thereafter as 
counsel may be heard, for 
the appointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain 
just compensation as 
aforesaid. 

And it appearing by 
affidavit filed according 
to law that the following 
owners are not residents 
of the State of Virginia, or 
their names and addresses ~ 
are not known and that 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain 
such names and addresses 
without effect: Carrie 
Cobb and her lien 
creditors, if any, and heirs 
at law, if any; if is OR- 
DERED that the aforesaid 
"parties unknown" do 
appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
of this order in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and to do what is 
nec^sary to fvotect their 
interests; and it is FUR- 
THER ORDERED that if 
any of the above named 
"partia unknown" desire 
to assoi any objection or 
defimse to the taking of 
damafing of his propoly 
ot to the jurisdiction of 
the Court to hear the case 



and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners he shaU file his 
OF answer and grounds of 
defense designating the 
property in which he 
claims to be interested, the 
grounds of any objection 
or defense to the taking or 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdJctkn of 
the Court to hear die case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners for the 
mination of just 
sation. 

Should anysudi Puny 
Unknown fail to fUe' Ui 
answer and grounds <rf' 
defense as hereinabowe 
provided, such failuK 
0all n^ prec^ ttw Bpr- 
tfes Umcnow^frcMtnlqi}- 
pearing on the date set for 
the appointment of com- 
missioners nor from 
presenting evidence as to 
valuation and damage nw 
from sharing in the award 
of just compensation ac- 
cording to his interest 
therein or otherwise 
protecting his rights, but 
such failure shall preclude 
such Parties Unknown 
from any other defense by 
way of pleas in bar, 
abatement or othowise. 

And it is FURTHER 
ORDERED that a copy of 
this ORDER shall be 
publish«l once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, 
and a copy hereof shall be 
posted on the bulletin 
board of this Court. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress, Clerk. 

By: Doris S. Hale, Deputy 

Clerk. 



ORDER 

Thv dty came Joan 
Elizabeth Gray and Eteniel 
Gray. PetWonen, 
MCMtted that the 
object of this proceedrng 
is to tffect the adoptimi of 
the above named infan- 
t. by Joan Elizabeth Gray 
and Danid Ro^er Gray, 
husband aad wife, «id af- 
fidavit havuig been made 
and filed th^ Frank 
Fields, a natural parent of 
said child, is a mm- 
residrat of the State of 
Viilinm, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
Gary, Indiana. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that tl^said Prank 
Rdds ^ipear before this 
ONirt on or before the 
15th day of June, mi 
and indicate his attitude 
toward die proposed 
adoption, or oihenrm <h) 
what is necessary vs to 
protect his interest in diis 
matto-. 



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2t 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 25th day of 
AprU, 1978. 

Karla Marie Brown, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Glenn Calvin Brown, 

Defoidant. 



Acopy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 



to the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 



Jay A. Richardson 
Deputy City Attorney 
Municipal Center 



Joan Ann Roberts 

Forgacs, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Charles Thomas Forgacs, 
Defendant. 



A ropy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keotehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 



Leslie K. Diamond, p.q. 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Virginia Beacl^ VA 23462 



Va., on the 25th day of Viginia Beach, V A. 23456 
April, 1978. ~ 



Lonnie J. King, Jr.. 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Shu-ley C.King, 
Defendant. 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



OF 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 25th DAY OF 
APRIL. 1978. 

In ref: Adoption of 
William Jason Dungee • f 

By: Joan Elizabeth Gray 
and Danid Rodger Gray. 
Petitiimers 



TozFkankFidds 
Gary, Indiana 



The. object of this suit is 
to obtain ^ divorce a vin- 
culo inatrimonii from, the 
said defendant, upon -the 
grounds of one year 
sedation. 

And an affidavit having 
be«i made and filed ihat 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State; of 
Virginia, the last known 
pbst office address being: 
16442 Bringard Street, 
Detroit. Michigan 48^5. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
19th of June. 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



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5/24 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 25TH DAY OF 
APRIL, 1978. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 



Micl^lE.Grey,p.q. ,^ 

247^^ East Hfclttlfe Crw*f 

Road 

Norfolk, VA. 23518 



IN RE: Adoption of Scott 
Evans Cohoon, Wtfd 
Fmtklin Cohoon and 
Lorfann R«i Cohoon 



By: James Joseph Beckett, 
and Betty Jean Beckett, 
Petitioners. 

To: William Cohoon 

809 County Xine 
Road 

Southampton, Pen- 
nsylvania 



ORDER 



Tljeobjwjtofthissuh 
is to obtain a divorce a 
moisa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of willful 
desertion and abandon- 
ment as of April 1, 1978 
under the provisions of 
Section 20-95 and 20-91 
(6) of the Code of Virginia 
(195(1) as amended. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Route 4, Box 113, 
foookhaven, Mississippi, 
39601. 



It is ordered Uiat she do 
appear on or before the 
15th of June. 1978, and do 
w^t may be necessary to 
|»otect her interest in this 
suit. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA. on the 27th day of 
April, 1978. 

William Timothy Kemph, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Cynthia Barker Kemph, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Spartanvilla, Apartment 
1-G, Spartanburg, South 
Carolina. It is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
before the 19th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy, Clerk. 



Acopy-lliste: 
John V. Fentress 



By: Patti A. 
Deputy Clerk. 



Keenehan, 



j!aE^^^g,p.q. 
2623 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23456 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of die 
Gty of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 25th day Of 
April, 1978. 



Anthony Glenn Elwell, 

Phuntiff. 

against 

Fay Ann Elwell, 

Defmdant. 



The Object of this suit 
is to obtun a divorw a 
mensa et thoro from tlw 
said defendant, upon the 
pmuKls of (ksertion. 

And an affidavit having 
b^ fil«l that the defen- 
dant is a noii'resident of 
the ^Ue of Virginia, the 
hM known pmt office ai- 



SterUngW.Walker.p.q. 
Attorney at Law 
555 Fenchurch Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the pcNinds of willful 
Desertion aiul Almn- 
donment committed more 
than'one year ago. 

And an affidavh having 
beoi m^e aad filed that 
tlw ctef aidant is a non- 
residoit of the State of 
Virpnm, the last known 
post office address being: 
109 A. Main Street, 
Bonifay, Horida. It is m- 
dered thj^ ihe do a.ppeta 
on or befo^ the 15th of 
June, 197S^ and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her in^^st in this 
suit. 



THIS DAY Came 
Jaines Joseph Beckett aiul 
Betty Jean Beckett, and 
represented that the object 
of this proMeding is to ef- 
fect the adofrtion of the 
above named diildren, 
Scott Evans Cohoon, 
Ward FraakUn Cohoon 
and Loryaim Rea 
O^oott, by Jamer Jwqrfi 
Beckett and Betty Jean 
Beckett, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
beai made and filed that 
William Cohoon. the 
natural father of said 
Children, is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
his last known post office 
address being^ County 
Line Road., Southam- 
pton, Pennslyvinla. 

It is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
William Cahdim appe«^ 
before this Coiutm'or 
before June 15, 1978 and 
indicate his attitu<te 
toward the pr'opMed 
adoption, or otimwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 



A copy teste: 

John V.Fentress. Clerk 



Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
105; N. Plaza TraU 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
Ac Orcuit Court of the 
City<of Virginia Beach, on 
the! 24th day of April, 
1978. 



City of Virginia Beach, a 

Munidfnl Corporation, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

D(^ Graves and Carrie 

Cobbete., 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit is 
to SEE ATTACHED 
DETAIL OR ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION. 



BY: Patti A. Keenehan, 
DejHityClwk, - t 



Tlieodwe A. a^f^, p.q. 
BOYCk*KALEZlS 
105 N. Pluap^all 
Virginia B«ch, Viivnta 
23452 

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'i^d an affidavit having 
beoi made and filed that 
the defendant Carrie 
Cobb is unknown and the 
names and addresses of 
her hen creditors, if any 
therebe are unknown. It is 
ord^ed the Carrie Cobb 
partji^ unknown do ap- 
p^Ur here within 10 days 
after due publication 
hefiott, and do what may 
be ne^Bary to protKt 
thdr itttenst in this suit. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 25th day of 
April, 1978. 

Susan Lee Upchurch, 
'Plaintiff, 
against 

Melvin Leigh Upchurch, 
E)efendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion - 
more than one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: Site Incorporated. 
P.O. Box 1108, Chester, 
South Carolina. It is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 15th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste; 

John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 

ThoniasF.Betz.Jr,.p.q. 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginia Beach, VA 23^2 

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8B VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. MAY 3, 1978 



CBN University opens master ciasses tliis faii 



Armed with "top production experience, omununieations 
tbewy, and a firm emnmitoMnt to Christ," graduate* ^ CBN 
Uiaiveraitj are' expected to have a "qualitative impact" od 
the American print and brndcast industriM. 

Dr. Don Petry, adminittrative vice prendent of CBM 
Univenity said in ui intervtew thia #eek that tiie inaUtntion 
will be different from other centers of higher learning in the 
country because it will offer t<q> quality education of the 
total person~the intellectual, the spirituid, and the 
eoKitionjd. 

CBN University, which will begin classes this fall, is 
associated with the Christian Broadcasting Network. Inc. 
(CBN), a non-profit foundation dedicated to the production. 
IntMdcasting, and wbrldwide distribution of Christian radio 
and television programming. 

Petry and Dr. David W. Clark, dean of the Schod of 
Communications, appeared as guests on the IMck Lunb 
Show, a talk show that airs ddly on a Norfolk. Virginia 
tetevision station. 

Dean Clark said CBN University's Schod of 
Communicatbns will offer students "a unique envinmment 
for learning" which wiU include one of the largest television 
production centers in the world. 

Clark said many communication gradimtjw rominp iwit of 



universiti^ hav*en*t had experience la the indu^y, whethn' 
it be jouriialism or radioAelevision or film. 

nie practical aspect of CBN University ttudents' 
edu^ion should be insurpassed," ctmtiniMd Clark. 
"Indeed." he said, "there's no graduate school in tlie country 
that is ckMely allied with a network." 

Petry said that CBN University is designed to be • duster 
of graduate schools. He sud that ofwning (rf Om Sebod <rf 
Communications will be followed by graduate aehods in 
theology, bu^ess and law to <q>en in subaequMrt years. 

Clarii said he hopes the Univeraity wtt produce 
individuals able to fill roles in the media as "gatekeepers." 

"Every station has two or three pe(q>le who rM% decide 
what the programming of the station willbe," add Clark, 
"and there are those on the editorial board of newspapers 
who determine what will be the editorial poaitioo of the 
newspaper." 

Clark said he looks for CBN Universtty gradu^es to nwve 
into these decision making positions, and hava a red 
influence on the "media esUblishment" of the United States 
throuf^ exprassion of their Christian convicUona and their 
profesdraid competence. 

Asked how that might change everyday talevision 
programming, Clark said: "T would htup* when it eooMe down 



to maU^ tlw hard deddm of whetlMr to run a show that 
can sdl the audience to u advotisv at a h^faerrate, or not 
to run tt-4hat the Christian broadeairter m^t say, Tm oat 
foiiv to run tt beeauae ot tiie explicit sex. or the explicit 
. viomee In tUs inrograra.' " j 

Clark a^ CBN University ia set apart from otiton 
because it will offer "quality graduate training iiy an 
environnwnt where spiritual commitments can be ihade 
public and explkit". 1 

Petry aonmuced that the University has already rewived 
more than 4,000 iaqufriea from interested individuals; 

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"AppUeaUmis have been coming in daily in good 
numben," said Petry. "and we will start aoxpting them, 
offidaUy, this week." 

Hm adminirtrative vke president of the school said that 
enrdlmeot in tlw qiening dan will be about 150. induding 
fiiU and part time rtuifonta. 

He said that evmtually, the University will have an 
enrolment <^ scnnething ia excess of 1,000 students in $U of 
ita graduj^ sdiools. 

Tha Sehod ol OtmimuniedJons will be located on CBN's 
200 acra iateroatioiia] headquarters aite ia Virginia Beach. 

Tha lalmt tadmology will be ataized for the Center and 



will indwle two lljUUiiHiqu«r«-u>«t |«toduetiM 
two smalls taievidoa itadios. eaeh haiiaf 7,000 
feet. These will be aaoBf the litest and OMCt ■wdw-wly 
equipped television rtwiiai in the world. - "^ 

The Schodof CtmununlMtioiis will oOk the ILA. 
in ra^ and televiaim (produetioo, 
regulation); eonunuaication stipes (ii 
group, public, crosa^oHwni, (gganiiattsmP; 
(aewqiapers wad magadaes); advertiataf jmI fpli^ 
relaticms; visual coirnnunicatiwia (film, ^hatofr^^t itd 
graphics). Mhiora will be offered ia raUgimia riniwpiHiiiiiiiiMil 
and media management. 

CBN is an interdenonuaattoaal mfaiii^y. Ita prrfrtpa. 
iaduding the intmiatitmaily synifiaitwl "Wi CUb* 
prognun, hosted by CBN's prMid«it aad loiui^ 0». 1I.G. 
"Pat" Robertson, are carried on soom 1M tslmriiiwi ud 110 
radio affiliates, and to aii»e than 4.000 eiklt TV 
conmiunities throughout the UJ3. add Caaada. AfopnM MW 
also brMdeast ia Smith uid Ceatrd AiBMiea, apd tlM fat. 
East. 

It is also the firrt Christian orpuUntlqa to owa aad 
operate « satellite rel^ statimi, which ia aow braadeadit« 
programming 24 hours a day to caUe vrrtenvs ai# < 
commercial sti|tions. 




Vive professor named fellow 



Dr. Edmund D. "Del" 
Carlson, assistant pnrfessor 
of political sdence at Virgin- 
ia Wesleyan Cd^ge, haa 
been named an NEH F^ow. 

One hundred forty-five 
college and univeraity teeh- 
tn were ehoaM raoratly 
from 678 eligible appUeanta 
by the Natiooal Endowment 
for the HunuuiitieB (NEH) to 
partie^Nite in its program of 
FeUowships in RMideace for 
College Teachcn. 

The resideaee fellowship 



program proHdes eadi re- 
dpteat with aa award oi up 
to $14,600 ior nine moatha of 
frill'^iBie research aad stiMly 
duriag the 1978-79 academic 
year. 

Dr. Carlsoa, who has 
recdved a year's leave ol 
abseace from Vi^jinia Wes- 
leyaa, will study at Priace- 
toa University during the 
1978-79 school year. At 
Princeton, he will atudy 
under Profeaaor Paul E. 



Si^und in the Department 
ci Politics. The seminar is 
entitled 'The Historicd and 
Philosq>hicd Foundations of 
American Constitutiond 
Democracy." 

In addition. Dr. Carlson 
will do advanced research 
under the topic "Ethical 
Roots of the American 
Regime: What Is the Proper 
Role for Liberd and Civic 
Education in American 
Democracy?" 



Norfolk YMCA accepts registration 
for Slimmer program ciasses 



Pothole aetlofi 

Ura pothol* allitiiloii fbully f ol to Paul Mason 
and Joff Woygandt, both of l^f pr o atwo od Court. 
Tho two youngrtora took tho aitaiatlon In hand and 
fHlcd up tho holo. Photo by Bob Bridfta. 



The Nor^lk YMCA is 
now accepting r^tration 
fw ita ■vwuner proinmi 
Classes, beginning June 
19th. Classes for youth 
and adults lyill be offered 
in swinuning, lifesaving, 
scuba diving, gymnastics. 



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Charlton attends annual 
physicians meeting 



Dr. James P. Charifam of Viiginla BMch wiU be attending 
the annud meeting of the Viigiaia Academy of Family 
Phyddaas at the (kuu Hotel Mi^ 8-7. The vmA is held in 
coq)erati<m with the Eastern Va^iaia Graduate ScImoI of 
Medicine to dect officers for the emning year, aad to 
promote coatianiag aducatioa. They will preaeat 
prolesdond papws oo devdqnnei^ of frodly pradiee and 
wiU receive aa update m drug produeta and medied 
equipment that will be displayed by its manufseturen. 

The membov d tte Viqjinia Acadtaiqr of Family 
Ph^dans specialize ia servbg basSfy aeeds aad have 
MtabUshed striagent ecmtinuing education aa requimneats 
for membershq> which they feel allows them to better serve 
thdr patients. Approxisutdy 200 doctors wfll intend the 
o(«ference. Tnirtdlation of of&ers will be oo Iby 6. 



Dunsmore named 
administrator 

Rd)ert B. Dunsmore, f<»iner admiatotrator of tlw 
Tidbwater Regioad Group Htmie System, haa joined 
Dominkm Parychiatiic Asaodates as admidstratw. 

I>uiwnM)re is a gradude of Old DombiioB Univeraity witii 
a BA. in economks and haa done work ia tiie maitan of 
urban studies program d Old Domiaioa with eonceatntion 
ia ageaqr admiaidratimi. 

A aative ol PittalHvi^, be came to the Tidewat^ ar«a in 
1966 aa a member of the U.S. Navy Fleet lateffigenca Ceatar 
inNorfdk. 

Dominion Psydiiatrie Aaaodates is a group of martd 

health intilBsdimda with (rfSees ia Virgjaia Beadi located at 
4601 N. Witchduek Road aad 1756 Sfr William Oder DrH« 
The group receatly expanded ita services by opeaiag Hie 

Dominion Clinic on Sir William Oder Drive which naSdiaea 
fa tredmoit <rf weight pnMems. ^m^ 



Council authorizes parit in Pungo- 



ByLeeCahill 
Public Affairs Writer 

Virginia Beach City Council will soon be asked to 
Authorize the purchase of 100 acres at Munden Point for 
« municipal park in the Pungo Borough in the southern 
part of the city. 

>; City manager George L. Hanbury told council Mon- 
day afternoon that he would swk council's 
i^thorization to purchase the property "in a week or 
two." 

The Federal Bureau of Outdoor Recreation of the 
United States Department of the Interior has approved 
the total price tag for land and development of $832,000 
of which the city and the Federal government will each 
pay half. 

: Hanbury, who announced the Bureau's action, said 
that the government has agreed to pay half of the ap- 
pm^ land QMt of $320,000 although the city had ex- 
j»»«l the tand ould cost closer to $400,000. Hanbury 
add. however, that the city would receive the same 
amount of funds rM]u«ted, but a greater proportion of 
the Federal funds would be «innarked for development. 

l^otiations are still unteway with Gordon Cam- 
fben, owner of the property. The city will have to pay 
Bjy cost over the $320,000 approved by the federal 
l^^^rament. 

'' Itatery aJw announce that the state has agre«l to 
Pu the l«aJ cost ($160,000} of the approach road to the 
frwB Pungo Berry Umd . 



Bas«l on the land cost of $320,000, the city and 
federal government will each pay $416,000 and the State 
dlocated in the Capital Improvement Program bu(^. 

Plants for the park include picnic facilities, touris 
courts, ballfields, multiuse arras, trails, water-related 
^ivities, and further development. 

Hanbury said that it was a unique site and that it wiU 
be the only city-owned property on the Intercoadal 
Waterway. 



Neptune horse show 
returns seed money 

ByLeeCahm 
Public Affairs Writer 

Less than two weeks after Virginia BeKh's ra:ait 
Neptune Festival Horse Show, Virginia Beach g« Its 
seed money back. 

Mrs. Nellie Bryan, Neptune Festival dira^or, praM^ 
ted Mayor Clarence A. Holland a $^,000 di^k reem- 
tly in repayment for the seed money advaac^l by oly 
(»undl. The understanding had been that the first 
$20,000 m«te by the horse show would be used to rq»y 
the debt. '• 

Mrs. Bryan said that she had "every reason to thtak" 
that the show, which will benefit the Fifth Ne{MM 
Festival this ytu, will be in the black when accounts are 
talli«l by the middle of next month. 



ballet, karate, judo and 
many other activities.' 

Featured wiU be the 
pojpoiiiar swimming and 
gymnastics program, 
which iilcludes bus 
transportation to the 
YMCA from Virginia 



Beach and Chesapeake. 

For registration and 
additiond informaticm, 
contact the Norfolk ' 
YMCA at 622-6328. 
Classes are open to 
members and non- 
members. 




Robert B. Dunsmore 



Beach native promoted 
to head football coach 

John Bowles, former assistant coach at North 
Texas ^ate and at First Baptist Academy in Dallas, 
has been hired as an assistant to haul football coach 
Dave Hoover at Empria State University. 

Bowl« is a native of Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
. a graduate of North Texas State where he was a two- 
ynt starter on the football t«im. He served as 
assistant to N<tfth Tcaias coach Hayden Fry for two 
y«irs after graduation and" for the past two years has 
been anistant footbaU coach at the First Baptist 
AcadffiiyinDMlas. 

Hornet coach Hoover repressed his satisfaction 
with the selection and said, "Tl» seardi for an 
assistant involved forty-sevai applicants and I am 
vay fims^ that Emporia State w^s able to attract a 
man of the abiUtia poss^snl by «>«* Bowles. He 
can not only coach, but will also provide needed 
support to the h«dth education pr<^am at the 
unlvesity." 

In »ldition to his undergraduate degree, Bowie 
also T&mveA a nu^en d^^ in h^th »lucation at 
North Teaias Sme. His dasiroom duties at Emporia 
State will be jntmarily with the h^th education 
pr<^am. 
— OmA Bowl« is marri^ and his wife, the former 
Sarah Ji^tion of Bowie, Texas, is also a grwiuate of 
North T«as &ate. He u the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
H.C. Bowtes, Kn6 Madoia R(Md, Virginia ^ch. 



Beach birtiis 



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and Mrs. Edward Carl Gatfidd Jr., dau^ter; 
and Mrs. Larry William HanirKk,s<Mi; 
and Mrs. Carl Russell Miller Jr. , sod; 
. and Mrs. Vincent Uociardi, son; 
and Mrs. David Allen Danids<»i, son; 
and Mrs. K. Dane Mills, daughto-; 
and Mrs. Charles F. Connelly Jr., soii; 
and Mrs. Phillip G. Mirabile. dai^ter; 
and Mrs. Lawrence Michael Haqier, fon; 
and Mrs. Thomas William Schaffeiv son; 
and Mrs. Richard Allen Detzer, urn; 
and Mrs. Alton Brooks Allen, son; 
and Mrs. Douglas John Smith, son; 
and Mrs. Thomas Le Paugh, daughto-; 
and Mrs. Robert Stephen Brock, dtughto'; 
and Mrs. Robert Bo-kley Hitt, (Uilghter; 
and Mrs. Russell C. Smith III, K>n; 
and Mrs. Brett Conway Davis, dau^ter; 
and Mrs. Charles Baker Fairdoth, dattfhtci'; 
and Mrs. Robert Lindberg Bumtt Jr., daughter; 
and Mrs. Reino Juhani Lindroos, daughta^; 
and Mrs. Walter Francis John Bolder Jr„ ion; 
and Mrs. Randolph B. Dean Jr.. dvi^b//^; 
and Mrs. John F. Chaney. duigfato^ 
and Mrs. Daniel Jay Mayeuz, sob. 



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Girl Scouts honored i 

Four senior Girl Scouts wo'e recopdesd for 
outstanding achievement in Girl Scouting at die Uth., 
annual meeting of the Girl Scout Council Of &tatar 'l 
Tidewater at Elizabeth aty State Univerdty, Sliz^Mdi 
City, N.C., recently. 

Two officers and six new monbers-at-larfle wae^f 
elected during the business meeting. Mrs. Jesse Alkn, | 
Chesapeake, council president, pressed. * 

Misses Kimberly Cox, Vir^nk Beach, aad Patricia 
Wright. Portsmouth, revived the "Buck" Harris f 
Award for outstanding achievement hi scoudof. 
Presenting the certificates was Miss Qeovgie "Buck" 
Harris, former executiw du%ct(ff of Tideirater couacil 
and lifelong worka for the Girl Scout jvogram. 

The Golden Cirde Award, aeat^ by Ti(tewatir 
rouncil as the highest recognition to be given a senior 
Girl Scout, was presoitod this year to Mki Jeanne '■ 
Bonadies, Norfolk, and Min Ter«sa Meadows, 
Virginia Beach. Their awards were imsented by Mrs. ' 
Edward W. Stephens, fonno-coundl president. l 

New coundl officen named mare: O. ¥nak 
Kattwhikd, Virginia Beach, committer ^ce prcsidoK; ! 
and Judith Kane Connors, Vu-fuiia Beach, fidki vice [ 
president. 



Named to three year temu as moabars-at-larfe woe j 
Kathy Abbass, Capt. Domdd L. Kirkbride, and Cli«n^. j 
Melton of Norfolk, and Sandra Brown Proctor Mri 
Lucy Reed Wilson of Vkginia Boidi. Den JoBqr, 
Chesapeake, wa# named to a one year term. 

More than 300 G^l Scouts, paroits of aeom, uif^ 
frimds of scouting, were at the all da^ teukm that : 
b^an with r^istration. followed by ti^bMu aad I 
demonstrations showhig Ghl Scout actfv^joi. The , 
morning progrun included workshq;>s i^aaaed hy ' 
volunteers and staff. | 

After a picnic lunch hour, the business meettaiy «u \ 
hdd with dectioi of offices, hoard aMObm. 
nominating committee members, and (^^ata to rtif 
national council meeting; and recognitioD of ratMng 
offico-s and neighborhood volunteers, and Uie lour ' 
outstanding Kouts. 



Women's basketball 
opens season 

Positions are opra on teams in the ^cmcm* ft^et- 
baU Leagw as the sttond half of tte seascm is ahoitt to 
get under way. 

Any worooi wanting to join a ^m is invited to do so. 
The Dei»rtmait of Recrauion sa^ no ^i^r mA IMr 
turned away and that radi woman wiU partie^iiMr 1p 
every pme they attend. 

Only women no longe in high schocrf ut d^Me. 

For further informatwn, odl tht Vii^^ 
R^a-eation Center at 499-1281 . 



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No chance of 
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Sunday. 



52nd year. No. 18 
Virgiiia Beach, Va. 



The Officii^ People's Paper 
Serving the warM's largest resort city 

W^N£SDAY, MAY 10, 1978 




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'G/ye blood.,,play rugby' 



The party is 





Scmms are when playen vie for control of the ball. 



of the game 



ByJoanCoates 
SUN Editor 

They come off the field with scores of battle 
ilwsMlbattered knees, bloody lips and grassy shorts. 

They shake hands with the other team, congratulating 
each other on good trys and well paced scrums. 

As they head to their home turf, their thoughts 
ai^matically turn to the fundamental in the sport of 
rugby... the party. 

Rugby parties are like no other. Traditionally, the 
host team provides the visitors with after-the-game beer. 
It all depends on who the host team is and how much 
beer there is as to how rowdy the party will be. Most arc 
pretty rowdy. 

A rdhash of the game is a rugby party at its mildest. 
When the party gets going, ruggers of all teams join in 
their universal songs that no one could ever find on a 
written page. 

And when the party is in full swing... usually after a 
few kegs.. .the Rugby King and Queen are honored. It's 

(Continued to page A-8) 




Jim Simns Is a big bruiser on the Vlifinia Tech 
Rugby Club. 



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Police want more than 5 pireent 

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RBSl€lmits alrm^-mtim 1^ flMo/i budsmL 



ByLeeCahill 
' Public Affairs Writer 

The public hearing on the budget needn't be the "per- 
functory exercise" that it is, according to Virginia 
Beach councilman-elect F. Reid Ervin. 

And the few citizens who spoke at the hearing Mon- 
day afternoon tried to lift it out of that category. 
Although the council chambers were full, only a han- 
dful were there for the budget hearing. Most were con- 
cerned with other items on the 26-item agenda. 

Douglas W. Aydlette, police department spokesman, 
who had sought a 10 percent salary increase for police 
officers effective July 1 at a session before the May 2 
councilmanic election, was back. Several citizens, in- 
cluding Ervin, supported the police request. 

Irwin A. Douglas, Kings Point Civic League represen- 
tative on the Council of Civic Organization (CCO) and 
chairman of the council review committee, presented an 
itemized report on how $1,634,000 could be trimmed 
from the budget. 

Council will consider on first reading of the proposed 
1978-79 $152,685,881 budget presented by City 
Manager George L. Hanbury. It includes a five percent 
reduction on $100 valuation in the real estate tax rate (a 
six percent reduction) to compensate for some of the 
average assessment increase of 7.7 percent. 

At the council work session on the budget last week 
Councilman J. Curtis Payne recommended an ad- 



ditional two cent reduction. Each penny of the tax |ate 
represents $350,000 in taxes, Hanbury said. 

Hanbury has proposed pay increased for all city em- 
ployees of five percent on Get. I and five percent on 
April 1. 

To grant all employees a 10 percent pay Increase on 
July 1 would cost the city $2.3 million $100,000 a month 
for each month the pay increases are moved up. 



Aydlette said that the police officer of "all bi^k and 
no brain" doesn't exist anymore. The policeman carri^ 
"more than agun and night stick." He saidthat the job 
of the police officer is different from that of othw city 
employees in that he has to withstand tbmts and 
physical abuse. Police officers still "make house calls 
and inmost incidences does it alone. 

He said they have to drive under harardous con- 
ditions thousands of miles and last year answered 
110,452 calls for assistance. Police officers shmild be 
treated differently, he said, because their job is unique ~ 
they are the only city employees who work shifts and 
holicbiys. 

Aydlette said that only a small percentage of the ap- 
plicants for the police force qualify because of the 
stringent requirements. He added that the police of- 



fiocr's work does not end after an eight hour day, but 
that he is obligated to act, even when off duty, in 
situations requiring police action. He asked that council 
award the police at least a 10 percent salary increase ef-. 
fectiveJuly 1. 

Ervin said Council could make budget hearings less 
"cut and dried" by starting budget hearings earlier and 
having department-by-department give council synopses 
of what was changed and why. 

He said that the suggestion of Councilman R.L. Riggs 
for a salary study is a "step in the right direction." 

He said that it should include a management ^udy. 
He supported Aydlette and his right to appear before 
councU. "Befrtre you close down on this year's 
budget," he said, add another five percent to what was 
granted the police officers." 

Douglas said the CCO concurred with Payne's 
suggestion to reduce the real estate tax rate another two 
cents on a $100 valuation - with some reservations. 
Future incoming revenues will stabilize and real estate 
taxes may have to be increased. He a^ed that the city 
estimate when that will occur and plan for a course of 
action acceptable to the tax payers. 

He said that 25 percent of the increase is made up of 
increased Social Security payments and increased fringe 
boiefits like hospitalization and li fe insurance. 

((;ontinued to page A-9) 



Tommy Drew named 
88 general manager 



H. Thomas Drew, Jr. has been named General 
Manager in charge of ail operations of the 
CHESAPEAKE POST and the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN, according to Hanes Byerl), pre^dent of Byerly 
Publications, Inc. 

Byerl) Publications, Inc. is the parent company of 
the PC^T and SUN. as wtfl as newspapers in 
Franklin, Lawrencevilie and Emporia. Both the 
POST and the SUN are the official newspapers of the 
icommunllies they serve. 

Drew, a 33-year-oM Savannah, Georgia native, 
began Ms career as executive director of the chamber 
of CMimerce in Newnan iM Mefter, Georgia. Since 
then be has served with THE ATLANTA JOURNAl^ 
and THE ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, St. Peter- 
sbu^, Ftorida. 

A gnduate of Georgia Soulbem Colkge, Drew is 
mailed to the fomer Mary K. Lucas «f Rtebmond, 
Vlr^afai and has one son. Tommy. He reM« on Fir- 
st Landing Une in Cape Story in Virginia Beack. 




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Po9t-electionl 
comments 



By Pam Vandeveer 
SUN News Editor 

mhyn Obermhrf, member of city council 

"I think the election results turned out to be a 
resoundingly positive victory for the citizens of Virginia 
Beach. I'm looking forward to working with the new 
council with a great deal of enthusiasm. I'm feeling 
very, very positive and very happy." 

Dr. I, Henry McCoy, member of city council 

"I'm as surprised as anyone at the results of the elec- 
tion. I didn't think there would be such an over- 
whelming margin between the winners and the losers, 
quite frankly. I think it indicates people want the coun- 
cil to take care of money matters a little better and they 
want to be heard a little bit more. 

"Those of us who are fortunate to be back on council 
should take note of this. I'm not saying this is bad -- 1 
think it could be very, very good. I guess sometimes the 
deck needs to be reshuffled and dealth again, so to 
speak." 

Mm Atkinson, city treasurer 

"Twenty-seven thousand voters in Virginia Beach 
have spoken *- it is the elected officials' job to listen!" 

Cforeiice 4. Holland, mayor of Virginia Beacb 

"I am glad to have the opportunity to return to the 
council for another four years and to hopefully continue 
some of the programs that the city has started and see 
them through the next four years." 

"I think that the race overall was unfortunately set- 
tled on one or two issues rather than on the overall 
progress of the city. I was disappointed that only one 
third of the voting population voted." 

"I'm looking forward to working with the new coun- 
cil and keeping Virginia Beach the great city I think it 
is." 

Cfod Lherman, MfryMa ttacft vot» registrar 

"The voter turnout was larger than the registrations 
indicated. Prior registrations indicated that there would 
be a low voter turnout, but 26,000 voters was a pretty 
high figure."" 

"A vote is stronger in a local election, since not as 
many peopk vote in them as compared to state and 
federal elections. People just don't take advantage of 
this opportunity to really voice their opinions." 

ArmmnMI,wrH94n candidate for City 



College Park Elementar) School Mttdeals ek^red last Wednesda} « their assistant principal, Tim Co^, stam- 
HMd a home run for the College Park teMfccn* team In a very wwiuB l softball game against the leacbcn of 
Woodstock Elementary School. Mwre lAotos i^^ A-l 



"The previous record of votes received by a write-in 
candidate in a council election is somewhere arotmd SO 
votes. 1 had over 2,500 votes. I do plan to run for offit^ 
again - which particular office is yet to be announced." 



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VIRGINIA BKACH SUN f J WKDNESDAY MAY 10, If7« 



CuHnary cHiasters 
fill a cookbook 

I received a bridal shower inviiaiion the other day and 
aiHOHs ihe boltom it read. "Please bring your favorite 
recipe for the bride." 

I hate to admit it. but I don'i have a favorite recipe. I 
don't have any recipes. Basically the problem is I don't 
know how to cook. 

When everyone else shows up with directions for their 
favorite quiche, I end up bringing a coupon for my 
favorite variety of Hamburger Helper. That, albng with 
t»ncakes and grilled cheese sandwiches, about wraps it 
up for me in the kitchen. 

Vm the only person I know who has been able to burn 
mashed potatoes. I almost succeeded in pulling off 
strawberry shortcake the other night, but I put the Cool 
Whip in the freezer instead of the refrigerator and so it 
just kind of sat on the strawberries like little clumps of 
wet cement. 




Pom YoAdeveef 



•SUN News Editor-J 



Oh, numerous people have tried to help me with little 
cooking tips and hints. One friend told me the real 
Italian way of cooking spaghetti is to sling it up against 
the wall. If it sticks, then it's done. I tried it and it 
worked! But when I pulled it off Ihe wall it peeled off 
the paint. I guess I did something wrong. 

Peibple don't believe me when I say I can't cook. Back 
in college, my sorority sisters used to get upset with me 
because I would never volunteer to help cook our 
weekly dinners. 

"But I wouldn't know how to do it," I tried to ex- 
plain. "Oh, anyone can cook!" they said. 

So finally I and two of my equally unialentcd friends 
volunteered to cook dinner one week for the whole 
sordrity house. 

What followed was a total fiasco. We aitentpied to 
make Hobo C asserolc, a concoction of hamburger and 
rice. Dinner was two hours late, and by that time, 
everyone was so starved they actually ate a couple of 
bites of the stuff. 

I- can sum up their reaction to the dish by pointing out 
that one girl was able to construct a beautiful relief map 
of the United Stales out of her hamburger and rice. 

From that lime on, whenever no one would volunteer 
to cook dinner, my friends and I would threaten to cook 
again. As a result, someone would always volunteer. 

Even as I sit here typing this column, my Upton Cup- 
a-^up has boiled over. 
I rest my case. 




Gates 8low, costly 

Town Crier: 

I don't like those new gates at the toll booth. ^ 

First of all, they are too slow. It's bad enough that 
you have to pay go to through there but with the extra 
time it takes now, they slow down the traffic even more. 
And secondly, aren't we having to pay for those 
gates. Why don't they hire more prople to take the 
quarters and thus help the unemployment rate? 

Elaine MUls 
Morthw^t Road 



Lettuce lover has say 

Town Crier: 

With everyone griping about the price of tettuce these 
days, I'd also like to have my say. I love lettuce and 
never intend to give it up... no matter what the price. 

As an avid lettuci fan, I've never even noticed the 
(Mice. I automatically buy. 

Theresa Coates 
24th Sy Street 



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City selected for tourism award 



The city of Virginia Beach has been Awarded the 1978 
Discover America Travel Organization award in 
recognition of outstanding achievement in travel 
promotion, public relations and advertising. The award 
is considered the most prestigious in the travel industry. 

The Virginia Beach entry in the national competition 
included print and radio advertising run during both the 
spring and fall of 1977. The advertising campaign, 
based on the theme "Virginia Beach. Make it a 
Memory*', was developed by the Martin Agency Inc., 
advertising agency for the Tourist Development 
Divisioflt of the city's Department of Economic 
Development. 

The award was presented at the DATO meeting in 
Chicago on April 24, and accepted by A. James 
DeBellis, director of the Department of Economic 
Development and James B. Ricketts, tourist develop- 



^ment coordinator for the city of Virginia Beach. 

Virginia Beach won the award in competition with 
cities, area and regional travd iwomotion organizations, 
chambers of conuno-ce and convention and visitor 
bureaus throughout the United States. Separate awards 
were given in the cat^ories of state travel offices (New 
York), travel attractions (Busch Gardens - Williamsburg 
and Tampa), and accommodations (American Hotel 
and Motd Association). 

The Virginia Beach campaigni which stimulated more 
than 75,000 inquiries for travel and accommodations in- 
formation during the year, helped encourage record 
visitaUon at Virginia Beach during both summer and 
fall. Tourist related tax receipts were up 28 percent over 
the previous year. 

The DATO award is the second for Virginia Beach, 
whidi also won in 1976. 



Thoughts of mother^ 
rise on special day 

I've had lots of mothers over the years. 

With Mother's Day coming up this week-end, 1 got to 
thinking back on my many mothers. 

First there was my cousin Linda. A psuedo-older 
sister, Linda took over when I was jumpii^g from 
childhood to adolescence. As a babji^-sitter, she was 
great. She helped in thinking of the unusual to do... like 
having a talent show when you were the only talent and 
sang "all" the top forty hits on the radio. Or leUing 
spooky stories long into the night. ..and not being ajjley 
to go to sleep when she finished. 

As a mini-mother, Linda was my idol of how it was to 
be grown-up. 



leoA CoQle/ 

SUN Editor. 




Beach police reporting unit 
aierts of fleers fast by phone 



' the Virginia Beach Police Telephone Reporting Unit 
is a new system to increase uniformed patrol officer 
availability for responding to major crime and for crime 
prevention. 

The T.R.U., a specialized unit located in the 
Emergency Communications Center, can receive and 
record certain complaints by telephone currently 
responded to by uniformed patrol officers. Projections 
are that T.R.U. will be able to process approximately 30 
percent of the complaints presently dispatched to patrol 
officers, 

The individual citizen will no longer be delayed 
awaiting the arrival of a police officer to take his com- 
plaint. A report is made when an individual calls, and is 
immediately forwarded for the appropriate in- 
vestigation. 

Procedures for the Telephone Reporting Unit are as 
follows: 



- the commuBlcation officer believes the facts 
warraat dispatching an officer 

- the dtixeii requests a police officer be dbpatchcd 

Tdepboae Reporting Unit processes compfaUnt If - 

- suspects are unknown 

- sBspccts have left the scene 

- there Is no apparent need for Invcstlfatlon at the 
scene 

- there is no physical evIdcDce or witnesses to be in- 
teniewed 



Police Officers will be dispatched if - 

- the offense is in progress, or just occurred 

- a suspect is on the scene, or it is possible to make an 
apprehension by sending an of fleer 

- the offense is associated with other offenses w .. 
cannot be processed by the Telephone Report! 
Unit ^ 



Examples of calls which am be processed by the 
Telephone Reporting Unit are: telephone violations (ex- 
cluding bomb threatsor threatening phone calls), grand 
larceny, lost property, tampwing with a vehicle, petit 
larcenies (excluding shoplifting and pursesnatching) and 
the like. 

The unit has been operational on a test basis since 

March 3, and has had full 24-hours service since May 1 . 

The Virginia Beach Telephone Reporting Unit has 

produced excellent results by providing a fapid response 

^*Vm urgent matters, and by an efficient means to process 

'""• flWB-urgent cases. 



Then came Mrs. Hall, a friend's mother. Mrs. Hall 
seemed so objective and wise. She listened with apt at- 
tention and could never understand how .1 was wronged 
by my brother or my sister or could withstand the wool 
cardigan I constantly wore. 

Barbara was my next mother. She was my employer 
and was highly impressed by my rapid sure-fire job per- 
sonality. She wanted to see me married. 

Barbara saw great things for me in the world of 
married bliss and intended to make sure I joined the 
ranks. She tried her neighbors, other employees and 
finally her brother, who by the way is a "terrific catch", 
all in vain. It was time and Barbara was determined to 
find my mate. 

And then there was Joan. Reminding me of appoin- 
tments, making sure I got all messages and hopelessly 
trying to sell my car, Joan took me under her wing. 

But of all my mothers, there is only one who has been 
constant throughout it all. Nezzie was with me at birth, 
through a wild childhood, a frustrated adolescence, a 
rebellious adulthood and a mellowing maturity. 

She was not one of the most objective. She saw the 
good and plenty of the bad, all the while helping to 
mold and caring to contribute to what she had made. 

She was not one of the most understanding. She wan- 
ted the good life for her off-spring, the easy life and the 
fulfilled life. And she fought hard for what she believed . 
in. 

But she was the best. She was always there, whether I 
needed her help or not. By cooking her jspecialties, of- 
fering her homemade advice, entertaining any and all, 
and being the independently wise woman that she is, ^ 
gave me the insight into where I was going and where Rl 
been. 

So Happy Mother's Day to all my 
mothers... especially to Nezzie.. .she's worked the har- 
dest of all. 



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$2,1 million school stands idle 



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PE0PLE1S NEWSPAPER of VIRC3NIA BEACH 



By Lee Cahill 
Public Affairs Writer 

For years Virginia Beach has had problem building 
schools fast enough to meet the needs of thelni^oning 
pojMilation. Now, the city has a $2. 1 million school with 
no Students. 

The White Oaks Elementary School, to hoiise 1,200 
pufrils, was built by the school board to serve the 600- 
unh Navy housing project at Prinoss Anne and Salem 
Roads in Konpsville. 

But the Navy, which had planned to move families in 
last September, has et to let a unit. So the school's just 
about finished and no pupils are in sight. 



Councilman J. Henry McCoy, Monday afternoon at 
the informal session of city «>unctl, said that Navy 
housing is at a standstill, and now the Navy is "really 
honming and hawing armmd." He said the School 
Board built tlw school but council had to appropriate 
the funds and has some responsibility! 

Coundlman George R. Ferrell said, "Let h stay em- 
pty. It will be cheaper for us.'' . 

The school has not been suffed; 

Council monbers woiKlered whether the school can 
be med for children in otho- crowded schools. 

CUy Manager George L. Hanbury was instructed to 
set up a meeting with the Navy, council representatives 
wd&iperintemtent of Schools E. E. Brickell. 



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JOAN COAXES 
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Geaeral Mamiger 

PAMVANDEVEER 
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Beach city vokinteer program 
under study by Beach council 

The formation of the Virginia Beach City Volunteers mirftisf nrifr.n ..m fh.» #i,. „«i..- ^ 



The fcmnation of the Virginia Beach City Volunteers 
Pribram is bring studied by city (wuncil. 

the pro^mm was recommended by the Mayor's 
Committee on the Use of Volunteers composed of 
Councilman John R. Griffin; R. Bradshaw Pulley, 
United Community Fund; Mrs. Mary Russo and Mrs. 
DorMhy Wood, volunteers; Mrs. Phyllis Hitchler, 
director, personnel de|»rtment; and Edwin S. CIay» III, 
assistant to the city manager for public information and 
humui resources. Clay will serve as secretary. 

The committee report shows that 1,472 volunteeit in 
1976-77 and 1977-78 contributed time valued at $7.4 
million while the support costs for the volunt«rs was 
$]W.608.39. 

The report does not include fire and rescue squad 
volunteers and additional volunteers with the Paries and 
Recr^tion which would swell voluntwrs to almost 
5,000, City Manager George L. Hanbury said. 

Under the recommended program, the voluni«rs 
would be given meaningful occupations and treated like 
r^ular employees, the report Slates. 

Coundlwoman Meyera Obemdorf asked whethw the 
program would have r«:ords on employees which «>uld 
be used if the volunteer decides to go into the job 



nuufcA. Griffin said that the volunteers would have an 
evaluation form just like iny oth«" employee. 

In addition to the City Hall information and referral 
services which was established and run by volunteers, 
and the devdoimient of spoaal proje^, the volantwr 
plaeenents within city depaxtamiU tu^ from clerical 
to 1^ assistants and researcho^. 

Of the 17 municipal departments surveyed, 15 com- 
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and General Servias, which did n<« aniw» when con- 
tacted said they did not use or plan to use volunt^rs on 
a regular l»sis. 

In 1976-77 and 1977-78, ten departments used volun- 
teers. 

The Mayor's committw recomniend^ that the 
{X-opam be run by a department-volunteer anincil <xn- 
sisting of two representatives from the six (kpartments 
using volunt«r$, one each from the nine dejwunents 
not itfing volum^^s, aiMi a r^M-esenutive from the City 
Manager's office, who will be Clay. A volunteer ap- 
potntM by the mayor wiH assist him. 

Griffin said that some departments do not want to use 
voiunien^ so that the prc^ram will have an educational 
problon. 



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Beach budget 

nvM from pufi A 1} 

las said that there is an urgent need to hold costs 
. If the rate increases continue, the budgets can 
in the next four years, he maintained, 
ceo recommends: 

iree percent reduction in personal services in most 
ments except for health, social services, police, 
and recreation, fire, mental health and education 
avings of $518,000. 

Auction in contractual services of 13.4 percent for 
y administration and 9.6 percent in the scliools for 
ngs of $513, 000 in the city and $103,000 in 
iion. 

hholding $500,000 from the school board budget 
the pay scale for the administrative staff in the 
Is is revised or justified. He noted that the schools 
idded a step to the pay scale (S4) with a pay range 
,520 -$24,240. 

itractural services were described by Douglas as 
expenses, newspaper advertising, printing, 
;e and similar expenses . 

iglas said that the airline competition will make 
cheaper. 

added that the savings could be placed in the con- 
ey reserve and the departments can be allocated 
/ from the fund if they justify expenditures. They 
ave to come before council again. If it is not 
i, the money can be used balance the budget next 

e Mayor Patrick L. Standing replied that the lower 
ivel fares involving making reservations as much 
days ahead of time and remaining for seven days, 
^ as traveling at odd times . 
yor Clarence A. Holland said that council only 
priates money for the school board but is restric- 
law from telling the school board how to spend it. 
Lavra, said the law enforcement officers were 
isly underpaid." He said they were highly trained, 
ty can't afford to lose them, and that the city has 
oral obligation to the people to give them the best 
i protection. He suggested that the police pay scale 
'orced from the city pay scale for other 
)yees. 

ead of being known as a "builders coyncil" he 
go out as a council of the people and give the 
officers a raise. 

Iland asked tne:,people in favor of the increase for 
>lice officers "where they would like for the money 
ne from?" 

nding asked Superintendent of Schools E.E. 
;11, presuming council cut the budget by a half 
n dollars, what would be cut. a 

Brickell said that the schools have so many fixed 
is-82 percent of the budget is made up of salaries- 
would have to be taken out of salaries, 
added that a reorganization has eliminated four 
listrative positions and two clerks. The schools 
fewer administrators per children than other cities^" 
d. ^ n."'' 

uncilwoman Meyera Oberndorf said that she 
1 also like all employees to receive increased on 
1. She also wanted to know whether any con- 
ition had been given to a three percent differential 
nployees like policemen and firemen whose jobs 
all for more of a personal sacrifice, 
give pay increases to city employees sooner would' 
out the tax decrease, Standing said, 
uncilman J. Henry McCoy suggested ariother way 
.'e money. "You can decrease the number of ern- 
es (in non-essential jobs) by attrituion." 
uncilman John A. Baum remarked that "you can 
airman of the committee to go look for them." 

uncil is required to have two readings on the 
.>t before June 1. If Council fails to adopt a budget 
.*n, the proposed budget is accepted as is. 



fo IV fo" address 
yuncil In works 

I ByLeeCahill 

Public Affairs Writer 

rginia Beach City Council is considering its own 
V to" publication - a tear sheet on how to address 
ouncil. 

luncilman John A. Baum thinks both the citizens 
council will be better served if procedures were 
ed out on a sheet of paper and distributed to would 
makers. 

J said that assistant to the city manager Sam Clay 
compiled procedures us«l by neighboring cities 
h would be made available to council members. He 
council could then select its own rules, 
t present, anyone who wants to speak on an agenda 
is required to fill out a card before the Council 
ling. Speakers on non-agenda items, usually reser- 
for the end of the sessions, are generally sponsored 
ouncil members. 



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Beach boys on the Virginia Tecli Rngby Club are: Marit 
Whitehouse, a 1976 Bayside graduate, Steve Miley, a 
1976 Princess Anne graduate, John Coatcs« a 1974 



Kempsvllle graduate, 
Kempsville graduate. 



and Jim Simms, a 1975 




After the game, players shake hands and head for the 
party. 



Mondays or Tuesdays... 
everyone to get fair deal 






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Now hear this! 

Virginia Beach residents who have been unfortunate 
enough to have their garbage collected on Mondays are 
finally going to get a square deal. They can put their 
garbage out on Tuesdays. 

Then, the people who ordinarily have their garbage 
collected on Tuesdays, will have their garbage collected 
on Wednesdays in the weeks when the Mondays have 
their trash collected on Tuesdays. 

Then, since the Fourth of July is observed on the 
Fourth of July, which this year is on a Tuesday, the 
Tuesdays will put their trash out on Wednesday. 

Wednesday is ordinarily the day for collections of out 
of the ordinary trash-like tree limbs and such. During 
the holiday weeks, this collection will be eliminated so 
that everybody in the city can have two-times-a-week 
garbage collections. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury told city council at 
the informal session Monday afternoon that the city will 
start its "holiday" schedule on Tuesday, May 30, 
collecting garbage which would have been collected on 
Monday, if it didn't happen to be Memorial Day. Of 
cc^urse, the Tuesday collections will be moved forward 



•jifeOtPylaiy^l -'a-Wednesday.!! ■ in ,iii .-juiu-jv./ 

Three holidays fall on a Monday this year; bUt*three 
have already passed, so the city will have only three 
more to go plus July 4. 

Hanbury said that the changes won't cost the city 
anything extra and all the workers will get a holiday. 

Following the explanation, Councilman J. Henry 
McCoy seemed to be sorry he had asked. He's the one 
who originjflly wanted something to be done for the 
residents who lost out on twice-a-week collections 
because of a Monday holiday. He hadn't intended to 
disrupt the Tuesdays. 

Now, for all holidays that come after Tuesday, tough 
luck! That leaves all the residents whose regular collec- 
tion day is Thursday out in the cold on Thanksgiving. 

Now if someone would change Thanksgiving to fall 
on a Monday, the same system could be used .... 

Also on the garbage front- Sandbndge will have 
three-times-a-week garbage collections during the resort 
season from May 26 to Sept. 9. 

The extra collection day will be on Saturday to serve 
rental cottages which have tenants checking out on 
Saturdays. 



...playing rugby 

(ContinuM from paf« Al) 

the kind of honor few live through without their own 
brand of scars. 

Jim Simms, a 1975 Kempsville High School graduuic, 
is a giant force on the Virginia Tech Rugby Club. He 
maintains that the social aspect of rugby is as important 
as the game. 

"We like to emphasize the social aspect because it's 
hard to maintain hard feelings with the other team when 
you know you'll be partying with them after the game," 
Like the party, the game is a club effort. For the 
casual observer who has been weaned on football, rugby 
looks pretty strange, especially the scrums. 

Scrums are composed of eight players who gather in a 
pyramidal shape. Together with the other team, the 
scrum looks like a giant huddle. 

According to Simms, a scrum is when a "player is 
running and is tackeled and his team members find on 
him in support to try over the ball and gain position." 
"A set scrum occurs after the ball dies in a mall or a 
ruck,'* explained Simms. "A mall is when you're stan- 
ding up and the ball is being back-slipped. A rack is 
wl^en the ball is on the ground and the players are trying 
to heel it bad with their Cwt." 

It all sounds pretty colfusing to a newcomer, but the 
primary object in rugby is gaining trys. A try is 
equivalent to a goal in football. The team gains four 
points for every try. 

The beauty in rugby is, like the party, it's a team 
sport. Any player can attempt a try and each player 
plays both offense and defense. 

"Each position is not as specialized as football," 
pointed out Simms, who plays the interior scrum 
position. 

"Rugby is a fun sport and 1 can keep playing it for a 
longtimc.foraslongas I keep in shape." 

The 230 lb. junior originally started playing rugby 
when he roomed with another rugby player. "I played 
football in high school and didn't get any offers from 
colleges to play so when I roomed with Andy, he got nic 
into rugby." 

This is Simms' fourth season with the Tech rughy 
Club. They have a season in both the fall and spring. I k- 
hurt his back practicing last winter with the team bin 
played his first game this season last week-end againsi 
Norfolk Rugby. 

The game lasts two 30-or-40-minute halves with no 
substitution or time out except for injurys. 

The Tech team is run by the players with an informal 
coach and is sponsored by the school. They have their 
share of ups and downs but recently took first place at 
the University of Richmond College Tournament tor 
the third straight year. 

The 25-35 active members of the Tech team form a 
nucleus of hard driving power, both on the field and at 
the party. Most agree with the rugby bumpersticker that 
decides "Give blood. ..play rugby." 

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The public will have an opportunity to addres,; 
'Governor John DaUon on May 16 at 2 p,m. in the 
Virginia Beach Council Chambers. 

Mayor Clarence A. Holland, Monday afternoon at an 
informal session of Council announced the open session 
and a luncheon at the Princess Anne Inn to which coun- 
cil has/been invited. 



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rVirginia Beach Recreation Center celebrates 




Virginia B^ach residents celebrated the one ynr 
birthday of its giant recreational facility in 
Kempsvilli last Saturday. 

"the Beach Recrration Center opened its doors for 
operation last May 6, with more than 20,000 people 
having join^ since that time. 

At Saturday's massive cake cutting ceremony, 
hundreds of inrtidpants joined Mayor Clarence 
Holland. City Manager. George Hanbury and Coun- 
cilwomen Meyera Obcrndorf in honoring the $3.4 
million project. There was plenty of cake and rounds 
of coke for those who came to the all-day 
celebration. 

The establishment of the Recreation Center was 
the fim time the athletic facilities of Virginia Beach 
has been housed under one roof. A :KX)-seat theatre, 
handball courts, gymnasium, outdoor basketball 
courts, game rooms, lounging areas, and classipoms 
as well as an Olympic-size pool fill the 24-acre 
facility. 

The people of Virgina Beach who use the facility 
came Saturday to wish the Center well after its first 
year of operation. A^^[\nM plenty of cake and lots 
of entertainment, they were all looking forward to 
attending a second birthday party for a giant baby. 




Hundreds came for the festive cake catting ceremony 
honoring the first Mrth^ay of the Recreation Center. 



Mayor Clarence Holland toasted tiic first ynr of 
operation of Uie Virginia Beach Recreation Center and 
the recreational opportunity it has given to Beach 
citizens. 



Photos by 
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The cake seemed Mocks long to this hnngry obaerver. 



Foar-yeaM>ld Heather Harris was entranced with the 
cake... and getting some. 




It was some ^od eating for Uaa Kapten of Locke Lane 
and Ashio Hale of Procter Circle. 



Mayor Hotand bd^ Meyera Obmidorf do dM honor 
of cutting the first dkc of birthday cake. 



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Un. Dai4d P«y. daughter; 

Un. DtM Vttentiae Harri*. Mm: 

Mn. ft^ey S. WflUams. daughter; 

Ifrt. T^my Lee S^rs. mm; 

tei. Itohard Charles Hudfon Jr.. son; 

Mrs, Ernwrt Lm Jums, mm; 

M». Jum A. K«M. mm; 

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Stefan Martia SaxMd. dau^ter; 
L. Lane Agee. daughter; 
Larry Wmwa Hamrfck. son; 
Edwanl Carl Gat&ld Jr.. daughta-; 
Rodney Warren McOung, son; 
R<*ert R. Rotk, mm; 
WaUam Chartes Mcwroing. am; 
Sidney Thomas Mow*, son: 
Hugh E. Towns^ mm; 



Mr. and Mrs. Phillip D. lifeCiHiakk, dau^ter; 
Mr. tj^ Mn. Rm^ Lee Duiren, wn; 
Ifr. airf Mrs. J^iB R. Uperti. daughter. 

Ur. ^ Mrs. Daasla W. Janka, mm; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ge«^ David Bolt, daughter; 

Mr. iBd Ifca. Oay Ryan White, sm; 

Mr. wd Mn. Paul R. Lacy, sm; 

Mr. and Mn. WWma J. Soj^r Jr., swi;. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Alenuder Clark, son: 



Bfr. aod Mrs. Ri^rt Alas ^ambers, daughter; 

Mr. and Mn. Fernando Tan^o, daughter; 

Mr. and Mn. 1^ Yiu Au, daughter; 

Mr. and Mn. WiUiatm S. LawrefM, daughto*; 

Mr. and Mn. j^se Chari^ Sandlin, son; 

Mx. and Mn. Rc^w Lee Rodkey, son; 

Mr. and Mn. WM^ B^nvd Tmt. daughter. 

hA. and Mrs. Mdiael Thomas Pshar Jr., daughter; 
Mr. and M^s. Mm E. Kala&t. soi; 
Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Cason, daughter; 



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Erin Cooper of Stratford Chase Drive and Barry 
Cliovitz of Peasant Hall Drive wait in line for some cal(e 
after appearing in a program by the Storybook Theatre. 




Robb to speak for 
area safety council 

Virginia Lieutenant Governor Charles "Chuck" 
Robb will be the featured speaker at the Hanipton 
Roads Federal Safety Council Meeting at the Naval Air 
Station Oceana on Wednesday, May 10. 

Lt. Governor Robb, who will be speaking on the 
prospects for safet legislation, will address the gathering 
of federal, state, and private industry safety officers at 
the NAS Oceana Officers' Club. Members of the 
Virginia House of Delegates and the Virginia Beach City 
Council have also been invited to attend the 1 1:30 a.m. 
luncheon meeting. 

Lt. Governor Robb has been affiliated with the 
military for over 20 years. An award winning member 
of the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) 
while in college, he served on active duty in the Marine 
Corps for nine years before leaving active duty in 1970 
to attend law school. A member of the Marine Corps 
Reserves, he was selected for promotion to lieutenant 
colonel in 1977. 

Earning his law degree from the University of 
Virginia in Charlottesville in 1973, he began his legal 
career at the U.S. Court of Appeals in Richmond with a 
judicial clerkship to Judge John D. Butzner Jr. 

A resident of Fairfax County, Lt. Governor Robb 
serves on boards and councils at the University of 
Virginia, the University of Richmond and the Hampton 
Institute of Technology ns well as the Boy Scouts of 
America, the American Cancer Society and the United 
Way of Virginia. 

He is also a board member of a family foundation, 
yice president of a family communications business and 
executive vice president of the Northern Virginia Broad- 
casting Company in Fairfax. 



Enrollments shift 



'Young and old came for the birthday celebration, 
Carroll larrar, Floral Merica and Elta Farrar join in the 
festivities. 




K.ric Bennett. Kathy ^ illson and Mike Scott as^ at the 
birthda> part) by aiding the thirsty with lines of cokes,"^ 



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and Mrs. Michael Allen Davis, Son; 

and Mrs. Joseph Neil St. Laurent, son; 

and Mrs. Jerry Lee Haynes, daughter; 

and Mrs. Andrew Elisha Hardd, son; 

and Mrs. Barr^ Clarke Linkous, daughter; 

and Mrs. James A. CSalvin Jr.. daughter; 

and Mrs. Jimmy Efennis B(^gi, daughter; 

and Mrs. aintai Alton Bradihaw Jr., daughter; 

Afld^s. htegati Alben Qirftiiehaei, daughter; 

and Mrs, William M. Smith, daughter: 



Mr. and Mrs, Stanfwd Ellis Mcsley, daughwr; 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Oarence Evcrcti, sot; 
Mr. and Mrs. Rc*en S, N-liller III, scm; 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Lewis, daughter; 
M.M,3. J(*n F. and Mrs. Sttterly, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Marsh, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kenneth Hubbard, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Mtsw Jr., son; 
Mr. an^ Mrs. Thanti Owen Ci^iwin, s«t; 
Mr. and Mrs. Ray maid J. Kulyik, i<m; 



Green Run High will ease 
Kempsville, Kellam 



Green Run High School expects to open with an 
enrollment of 2,464 students, bi^t that figure includes 
neither future growth in the area nor the "senior op- 
tion." 

Green Run's boundaries include part of what is now 
Kempsville High School's attendance zone and part of 
Kellam High's area. This means that Green Run will act 
as a "relief valve" for the overcrowded older high 
schools. Kempsville High currently has a student 
enrollment of more than 2,700 and Kellam has more 
than 2,600. 

From the Kempsville area, Green Run will draw 
students who will attend Brandon Junior High which is 
opening next fall, thereby reducing Kempsville High's 
attendance zone to coincide with Kempsville Junior's. 
Major subdivisions now in Kempsville High's attend- 
ance zone to shift to Green Run High are College Park 
and Woodhaven, Brandon Woods, Lake Christopher, 
Brigadoon, Charlestown, Indian Lakes, Timberlake, 
and Carper Navy Housing. 

Kellam's September, 1979, enrollment is projected at 
2,116 students, and Kempsville's at 2,265 students. As 
mentioned earlier, the estimates do not include 
population growth in any of the three school's zones. 

The "senior option" factor will also influence Green 
Run's enrollment during its first year of operation. It 
allows seniors the option of remaining at their original 
high school to graduate. 

Out of Green Run's anticipated 752 seniors, 214 are 
from Kempsville and 432 from Kellam, so there is the 
possibility Green Run may have a small senior class 
during its first year. Both Kellam and Kempsville Highs 
can handle the extra load of seniors remaitting to 
graduate. 

Out of Kellam's current attendance zone. Green Run 
will draw the major subdivisions of Windsor Woods, 
Windsor Oaks, Windsor Lakes, Holland Meadows, 
Liberty Ridge. Pecan Gardens (west of Rosemont 
Road), and Green Run itself. 

The boundary for.Greefi Run, like Brandon Junior, 
starts at the Chesapeake-Virginia Beach city line at Old 
Providence Road, runs east to Indian River Road, turns 
south to Kempsville Road, veers north for a short 
distance and then turns east at the northern limits of Iff 
dian Lakes subdivision, then loops norihward to the in- 
tersection of Holland Road and Independence 
Boulevard (excluding Bellamy Manor but includinii the 
new Carper Navy Housing at Gallops Corner). 

The line then goes north to the Virginia Beach Ex- 
pressway and straddfes it east to Rosemoni Road. The 
line then cutv straight south to Holland Road and 
follows it southeast to Landstown Road. The souihcrn 
boundary of Green Run is ihc same as Brandon 
. Junior's. 

•School iransporiation officials aniicipaie no 
problems with btising. New casi-wcsi roads arc 
scheduled lo be consirucicd in the near Uiiiirc (false 
Cape Parkway and lynnlunen Park vs ay), which will aid 
in transporting the siudcnls. 



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The perfect solntioa for cwryiag yoar mmUm Mktn 
or fruits while taldng that long Uiie oa the beach Ji the 
net sling. ThU Uttie Ughtweight hag is nothing More than 
a thin fish net tied in ItnoU to pnD together the cnrryaH. 
The net can be pnrchascd in any import store In a 
variety of colors. Bat don't Jnst nee It on the hcnch • 
take it oat at night and give yonr snninMr whites a little 
color. 



the 

Street Walker 

I04S Independence Blvd. 
977 Providence Road Va. Beach 





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Brown canvas sandal with crepe sole and brown stripe 
ankle ties. $21.95. 




Diane Von Fnrstenbeii has an ahry perfume that blends 
well with the onldoors. The tngtnwet mninds you of 
honeysnekle In bloom. Try dabMng a little on the wrists 
and the temples before headtaig to the beach. 



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Visit our showeom of exceptional fumUure design 

ami unique andlnure aeccMories. 

Shown: Carp print fabric wHh water lillies, 

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newest swimwear... 



At last swimsults art becoming a part of fashion. 
They're not Just for swimming any longer. In fact I bet 
few suits get a dip in the ocean or pool. Yon're finding 
then under Jeans or topping off a tiered sitirt at happy 
hour. Sweetheart necitllnes, U^neclilines, capped sleeves 
for the leotard look are among the favorites for the 
season. From deck maillot to the blouson cotton suits 
with french, bay or boy cut leg. 

Although one piece suits are more popular than ever, 
two piece suits are taking on a new character. Some are 
getting teamed up with super high cut legs and nipped in 
bras, while others illustrate the 50's look of the boy-cut 
shorts and the tie front halter bra in the new floral cot- 
tons. 

Cover-ups are making their debut as streetwear this 
year. The swimsuit and matching shawl are probably the 
best accessory buy around. Ruffled or fringed, the 
shawl can double as skirt or shoulder wrap. Tiered sun- 
dresses, terry Jackets, kimonos, big tops and interlock 
knits are among the best cover-ups to wear on or off the 
sand. 

The colors to watch for are naturals, rust, grape, 
black, peach and rasberry. Florals, stripes, and leopard 
prints are the newest in the patterned suits. 

Her Place at Haygood has got every figure covered. 
Selections from all top names. Juniors - Sassafras, 
Twins, Dippers, Young Missy and Poppy. For the 
Misses figure - Robby Len and Sirena. 

Shown in the drawing is California Poppy in an all 
cotton natural with french cut 1^ with the U-neckiine - 
$34. 

The teiry cover-up by Chantel is perfect for street- 
wear as well as the beach. The color is straw and the 
price is $34. 



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SUMMER CUT 

First of all a cut should take full advantage of the tex- 
ture, abundant, pliability, curi, growth pattern and 
condition of the hair. It should conform to the bone 
structure of the face, be versatile and foremost fit your 
lifestyle. 

For the sun lovers, we offer our exciting spring and 
summer "Perma-cuts" Collection. The news about 
these exciting cuts and perms is that they require no set- 
ting, no forced air drying. They're virtually wash and 
wear - perfectly taylored to your busy sun-filled 
lifestyle. 

Healthy hair: for the sun lovers, with any type hair, 
healthy hair is a combination of three layers of inner 
sections called the medulla, cortex, and cuticle. The 
cuticle protects the protein rich cortex. 

What nuses dryness, dullness and the loss of protein? 
file sun, high alkaline Shampoos, hair coloring, and 
improper tmtments. To have healthy hair you must put 
protein back Into the hair with a reconstruction that 
penetates the cuticle layer, such as nutri pak, NCA or 
moistureflex. 

In short, beautiful hair begins with healthy hair. We 
use and recommend Jhlrmack rcconstructors. 
Hair coloring U the second most important part of your 
hair needs, it must compliment your skin tones, look 
natural and fit your self-image, and foremiMt should be 
done by a professional colorist. 

A good salon should give only the best hair care. It 
shiMM offer cutting, pcms, hair color, hair care ti^t- 
iwnto, tnting of the hair and products, consultations, 
makmp and Aim care, and the b^ prof^onal beauty 
prodncto available. We offer full service salons. 

So come by and discun your hair with our talented 
team of stylMs ai^ to^tho' decide on the right style for 
you. It's your Mr and It am be beautiful. . 

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Teachers battle for elementary title 



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Chrissy Summers, righl, and Angela Reagan, both third 
graders at College Park, were on hand to cheer for their 
favorite teachers during the game. 




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C ollege Park fourth grade teacher Mr. PIsone hurled 
the ball from first to second base during warm-ups bet- 
ween innings. 




Robin Davenport, third grade teacher at Woodstock, 
caught a fast ball on first base, calling an out for the 
College Park team. 



A not-so-typical 
Softball game took 
place at Woodstock 
Elementary School last 
Wednesday afternoon 
as the teachers from 
College Park Elemen- 
tary School challenged 
the teachers at Wood- 
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Students and nlrmH- 
from both schools lined 
the fences and 
bleachers, all routing 
for their teams. 
Cheerleaders kept the 
spectators chanting, 
leading them in a 
variety of cheers. 
Official winner of 



the game was the 
College Park team, but 
the official score was 
lost as the teachers 
changed the rules of the 
game toward the end 
and began playing 
"keep-away" with the 
ball on the field. 

— • Woodstock teacher 
Betty Ciampoli com- 
mented on the great 
sportsmanship that was 
displayed throughout 
the event. "The kids 
really liked it," she 
said. "They'd never 
seen a game like this 
one before!" 



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Woodstock cheericaders kept the spectators chanting 
throughout the game. 



Photos by Pam Vandeveer 



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Ray Shackelford, Woodstock physical education 
specialist, served as pitcher. Between innings he acted as 
coach and boosted the spirit and morale of the Wood- 
stock team. 



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Beyond the Milky 
fVay'' comes to Beach 
^hool planetarium 

"•■Beyond the Milky Way" will be the May program at the 
Virginia Beach City Schools Planetarium. 

The public is invited to sec the proffam on Tuesdays and 
Sundays at 7 p.m. 

iCnown facts about the Milky Way galaxy will be discussed 
•nd descriptions will be gi%en of the galaxies and nubulaf 
#wo%ered by the use of optical telescopes. 

Types of galaxies and classifications will be reviewed by the 
aid of slides. A brief discussion of three theories of the origin 
rtf the universe will be presented. 

Also, the unusual pulsars. qua.sars and mysterious black 

hole stars will be discussed. 

The planetarium may be reached by taking the Lynnhaven 

Mt from the Virginia Beach Expressway to Lvnnhaven 

•rkway and turning right at South Lynnhaven Road to Plaza 

High School where the irfanetarium is located. 

■* pItnniBf to see the pr<^ram should call the main 
^l«a Junior Hi^ tw reservations. Admission is 



Kristin Schuetz, 6tfe grade; Don West, 5th grade; and 
Susan Hendrix, 4th grade; got front row seats on the 
playing field fence and cheered for their Woodstock 
teachers. 



Enlisted wives meet 



Table tennis championship scheduled 



On Saturday, May 20, beginning at 9 a.m. thr first 
annual Virginia Beach "Open" Table Tennis Cham- 
pionship will be held. 

This is the same tournament that initially was 
scheduled to be held at the Traymore Motel. Due to a 
large response the location of the tournament has been 
changed. The tournament is now to be held in the gym- 
nasium at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center. 

AH players are encouraged regardless of age, sex, or 
level of play to join the event. 

There will be designated umpires for all junior events 
to familiarize them with the proper rules of the game... 

Trophies will be awarded to "all" finalists, counesy 
of Bill Oowncs Pontiac and Volvo. There is no entry 
char this tournament. Refreshments mil be 



The USS Nimitz Enlisted 
Wives Club will hold its 
monthly business meeting on 
May 12, from 6:30 to 9 p,rn. 
The meeting will be held at 
the Ship-N-Shore Wives Club 
Bldg. NOB. Babysitting is 
provided. For more informa- 
tion call Mrs. Linda Bor- 
oughs at 423-2473. 



available for all participants. 

To enter, register by filling out entry form located in 
the Virginia Beach Recreation Center or phone entry to 
Skeeter Whitlow at 463- 1 705, 

Events to enter: 

Junior boys singles-.under 1 1 years of age at 9 a.m. 

Junior girls singles-under 1 1 years of age at 9 a,m. 

Junior boys singles-under 17 years of age at 10 a,m. 

Juniorgirlssingles-under 17 years of age ai 10 a.m. h#af tfiliC 

Men's novice singles at 1 1 a.m. 

Women's singles at 1 1 a.m. 

Men*s advanced ai 1 2 noon 

Men's "open" at 1 p.m. 

M«i'sdouble»at2't5.m. 

Miwd doubles ai 2 p.m. 



The club will hold its 
monthly social on May 25, 
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This 
will be a potluck lunch at th 
Ship-N-Shore Wives 



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Club 



Bldg. NOB. B^ysitting is 
provided. For more informa- 
tion call Mrs. Laura Brenna- 
man at 460-2744, 



Financial planners 



The International Ass- 
ociation of Financial Plan 
ners. Tidewater ehapter, 
will hear a talk on "Risk «nd 
It's Relationship to Reward" 
by Caa-l E, Andu'son, senior 



vice president of Keystone 
Compaiiy of Boston at its 
monthly meeting. 4:M p.m. 

at the Ramada Inn on 
Newtown Road, Norfolk. 



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Virginia Beacli fouiHi annual FoH( Arts Festivai 
recalls the past, features time-honored crafts 



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By Pam Vandeveer 
SUN News Editor 



If you're one of the many who yearns for the distin- 
ctive, quality handicrafts of days gone by, then this 
weekend's Folk Arts Festival sponsored by the Virginia 
Beach Department of Parks and Recreation is an event 
yqM won't want to miss. 

The fourth annual Folk Arts Festival will be held May 
13-14 at Princess Anne Park and will feature the works 




Finishing up details for this weekend's Folk Arts 
Festival are coordinator Elaine Phelps (seated) and 
assistant coordinators Lee Miner (left) and Bea Arline. 



The Retired Officers 
Wives Society of 
Tidewater will hold a fifth 
jyear anniversity and in- 
stallation dinner dance on 
Saturday, May 13 at 
Oceana Officers Club. 
The social hour will begin 
at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 
7:15p.m. 

There will be a barber- 
shop quartet to celebrate 



the fifth year Anniversary, 
and past presidents will 
participate in "Down 
Memory Lane" - giving 
highlights of their year as 
president. 

The following new of- 
ficers for 1978 -1979 wiH 
be installed by the 
outgoing president, Mrs. 
Raymond Newman; 

president - Mrs. Harry 



of 93 craftmen representing 12 east coast states. Old 
fashioned crafts will be the specialties on hand - many 
will be for sale. 

According to Elaine Phelps, originator and coor- 
dinator of the festival, 54 of the artists are from the 
Tidewater area. 

Featured crafts will include samples of calligraphy 
(writing dones with a quill pen on parchment \n<l 
framed), chair caning, hand spinning and weaving, fur- 
niture making, and basket weaving, to name a few^. 

Or you can observe the art of candle wicking, which is 
not the making of candles, but is a form of tufted em- 
broidery. And there will be a display of scherenschnitte, 
the colonial craft of paper cutting. 

Also included will be old crafts that have been revived 
with new techniques, such as macrame, jewelry, wood 
carving and stained glass. * 

Complementing the old fashioned crafts will be plen- 
ty of continuous, down home entertainment. 

Local musician Bob Zentz will perform Sunday at 3 
p.m. In addition, he will man ai folklore booth 
displaying and demonstrating old instruments. 

Other well known entertainment will be included in 
the festival, featuring bluegrass, foot stomping bands, 
doggers, folk dancers, pantomime players and puppet 
shows, all taking place on the festival showmobile. 

On Saturday at 2 p.m. Congressman Bill Whitehurst 
will be present, along with the mayor, city manager and 
members of city council. Neptune Festival princesses 
will also be on hand to show hospitality to the craftsmen 
and onlookers. 

First, second and third place plaques will be awarded 
for the best craft displays. Three judges will select the 
winners. All the entries were screened before being ac- 
cepted to the show, said Mrs. Phelps. 

"We'll have craftsmen of all ages participating in the 
featival," she said. "Some are in their 70's and 80*s, 
and some are 18 and 19 year olds who have picked up a 
grandparent's craft and revived it." 

Planning for the festival has been going on since last 
October. Mrs. Phelps, who originally thought up the 
idea of the event, recalled that as a child her parents 
took her to many crafts fairs in the mountains of North 
Carolina. 




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Clark; first vice president - 
Mrs. Robert Banes; 
second vice president - 
Mrs, F. L. Beeby; recor- 
ding secretary - Mrs. L. D. 
Conway; corresponding 
secretary - Mrs. Ola Dod- 



son; and treasurer Mrs. 
Carl Sherrer. 

For reservations, send 
checks made out to 
"ROWS" in the amoum 
of $8.55 per person to 
Mrs. William Simmons. 



"Here at the Parks and Recreation Department we're 
always trying to come up -with new ideas," she said, 
"and so I suggested that a folk arts festival rhight go 
over well here." This is her fourth year of working with 




the event. Assistant coordinators this year are Bea 
Arline and Lee Miner. i 

"Most of the crafts will be for sale,'^ Mrs. Phelps 
pointed out. "Some craftsmen will even take orders for 
specific items. The prices are very reastxtjable. It will be 
a good place to pick up a Mother's Day gifi -anything 
from jewelry to fiowers," she added. 

Festival hours Will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days and 
admission is free. 

Completing the old time atmosphere will be a ''coun- 
try store" selling ail-American food, cotton candy, 
snow cones and drinks at reasonable prices. Bales of hay 
will be provided for seating. 

In case of rain, the festival will be held the following 
weekend, May 20-21. 



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Bayslde Motors 

4147 Shore Drive 4e4-4S63 
Cliarles C. Hale, Sr. and Stall 

Plasser American 

Management and Personnel 

Haynes Furniture Company . 

5324 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
Furniture-Bedding-Carpetinc 

Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 Witchduclc Road 417-8925 
C. C. Kirtpatrick 

Engineering Media, Inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
Charles Hackworth and Staff 

Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Drive 491-9N3 
Manr E. Rehpelz and Empires 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Avenue 428-9161 

Overton's Marlcet 

1419 Poindexter Street $4S-94M 
The Overtoas aMi Employees 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Virginia Beach Blvd 497-48S4 
Taylor B. Carr airf Employees 

Furniture Showrooms 

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2981 S. Militery Highvay 
Saady Bolin and Employees 

Andy's Plumbing and Heating 

1003 C*nal Drive 48S-S0OO 
State-RegUtered-Nev a»i DM Work 

Brentwood Restaurant and Lounge 

1312 George WasMagtM Hif^way 

Chesapeake, Va. M7-06U 

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L. H. Burns and Staff 

Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stereo 

Smith Sales and Service 

460 Battiefleld Bivd. N. 547-2929 
Eljvood Smith and Employees 

Home Federal Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

163S Laskio Road 426-0327 
Church Aceoimts Welcome 

Todd Electric Company 

Henry aiKl Moses Todd and Staff 

Preston's Pharmacy 

' 1401 Poindexter Street 545-7337 
James L. Marshall and Employees 

Higgins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Road 420-3120 
Cecfl M. Harrison and Associates 

Chesapealce Savings and Loan 

Fratt N . Wood ud Associates 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., Inc. 

1764 S. Military Highway 420-lHl 
L. Belmont Williams axa Personnel 

J.D. Miles and Sons, Inc. 

i. 0. MUes, 4r. and Associates 

Kellam and Eaton Inc. 
Bulktti^ Supplies 

Princess Aim StaUM 427-3200 
Frank and David Kellam 

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rSun Days make solar energy exciting prospect 




Kven Ihe children were interested in watching the movies 
on solar energy. Movies were shown continuously 
throughout the day. 




The Virginia Beach Public Libraries tried to shine some 
light on the subject of solar energy and its related fields 
by setting up a display of books and materials. 



Virginia Beach had a solar celebration last Saturday 
and Sunday, in honor of the sun. The festivities were in 
conjunction with the international observance of Sun 
Day, May 3, a time set aside to promote solar energy as 
an alternative energy source. 

The Tidewater Solar Energy Association sponsored a 
festival at the Fox Hill solar home in'Green Run located 
at the corner of Lynnhaven Parkway and Andrew 
Road. There were numerous solar exhibits on display, 
including a solar-heated dog house, the first solar- 
powered recreational vehicle, a solar oven and two 
students made solar hot water systems. 

Films and slides were shown continuously through the 
day and there was free solar advice and pamphlets for 
all the interested. The festival ran for two days from 10 
a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. 

David Walker, an F-14 Tomcat pilot stationed at 
NAS Oceana with the VF-142 fighter squadron, was 
present on Sun Day to discuss the feasibility of har- 
nessing large amouts of solar energy in outer space. 
Walker was one of the 15 pilots selected from the armed 
forces to be an astronaut candidate for the space tran- 
sportation system. 

"I applied for the job in 1977 and I was chosen to be 
an astronaut candidate from a list of about 8,000 
people. I have to undergo my initial training in Houston 
for two years," Walker said. 

He explained, ' 'they were soliciting astronauts for a 
specific job-to fiy a space shuttle. The main thrust of 
the program is to make space travel and exploration 
more economical by being able to bring the vehicle back 
and making use of its reusable parts. The space tran- 
sportation system is working on a feasible passenger and 
freight service between earth and space." 

But how does flying a space shuttle relate to the Sun 
Day concept? 

"Well, there has been a lot of talk about a solar 
power sattelite concept. That is, is it possible to put a 
large solar collector in space and transmit energy down 
to earth? NASA is interested in the possibility of con- 
structing one. And, if we did, the collector would have 
to be assembled in outer space and the shuttle craft 
would be the vehicle used," Walker explained. 

He added that a lot of research still had to be done 
before any real plans were made to construct one 
because the effect of large quantities of micro waves 
being beamed down to earthare not yet known. 

The Tidewater Solar Eflergy Association can provide 
more information about ate latest developments in solar 
energy and related fields. The organization was put 
together to exchange information and to keep the in- 
formation flowing not only within the organization but 
to the general public as well. They are a non-profit 
group that hold various workshops and have several 
speakers. Anyone interested in joining them or has a 
question that needs to be answered about solar energy, 
is urged to call Kent Morgan at 340-7774. 




John Justice, sales manager for Weather Makers Inc.. 
shakes hands with Ihe robot he made for display pur- 
poses. The robot is constructed out of scrap duct 
materials. 



!■■ Wright, Deer Fuk Road, is a sophomorv at Kellam 
High School who Iwflt a solar tot water bnier and an 
oven for his science project. He Is pictured bfre wiib hit 
water healer. 




The Fox Hill solar home was open for inspection on Sun 
Day to all the interested onlookers. Here part of the 
solar beating system is visible but not unattractive. 




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Rick Adams, Geranium Crescent, stops to collect some 
free pamphlets distributed by the Tidewater Solar 
tntrgy Association. 




!>•*• Canon ami Riefc stack, members of the 
TIArarater Solar Knergj Association, explain how ihe> 
and another member, Dave Courts, buili this 4' X 8' 
•olar coHeclor in n{% hours out of 100 l»er cans, wood 
■J^jra^rtucent pawl. They said that they buili is to 
(hmiMstnlc how simple It was to build on* and how 
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Missy McCabe, 7, Croatan Road, has her 
brightened by an animal balloon from Checkers. 



day 



David Gregory, IS, a student of Lynnhaven Junior 
High, proudly stands before his solar hot water heater 
that won first place in the school's science fair for earth 
and space science. 




Checkers the Clown was keeping her sunny side up at 
the celebration. 



Jim Cohen, dressed as Sir Gailahad, was the knight that 
welcomed the SUN lovers to the celebration of Sun Day. 



Photos by 

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The Solar Roller, the first solar-powYKd rKi^tional 
vehi^. was also part of Ike many solar rela ttijMiit m. 





Eva Vepco had a dispbiy on energy saving tips that 
(MKked the solar efforts of other groups. They were In- 
terested in conserving energ> so that they did not have 
j||^xpand as rapidl> thus keeping costs down. 




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The last word in 
Hne furniture is the 
first word in quality: 
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Bl«ckw«lder Furniture C^o. of Tidrwittr. loritad 
in Moyock, N .C. JMt 4A minulM from Anywharc 
in Tidtwaur, !• a braiK-h of Iht namt , 
NaekwcMar'a ao wall known in Satcavilte. The 
MBM ranounad quality and talecUm. Ilia tana 
fameua oMnutictunn that maka t» Antriea'i 
Wlio'a W^ in tlna (uintawa. "Hw Hama ^ 
Oualitjr himitura for Laaa Mwiay" M Mata4 in 
IM Nov. 2,1 iaaua of Tha Wall Siraal -iMrMl. 

Blackwaldar'a furniture la an invrMawnt, not 
Mat a pHiciMaa. And «Me yau aalMt your 
nmitara or acca ai on aa from our dtaplajm and 
catakfa, dalivwy and ahipmant ia iminadiaia by 
ttia faitaat lorvice poaaibw. 

Buy furniture that becomai an hairloom. 
Bl^waldfr'-i flat fumiturt and AccMioriei. 
Phone or vUit this weak. 



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Call Direct 421-7177 

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Canines parade fine style... 




Summer Haie of Scheherzade and Novgorod's Zadasha 
Nikolaevich were busy getting to know each other. 





Virgil and Linda Foy enjoyed all the action at the 
Virginia Beach Kennel Club show. Diane Eaton of Nor- 
folk walks Dixie in competition. 



Pam Green and Baby Ruth pme after Junior showman 
ship competition. 



Jan Butkr of Hampton and Harleqnin Great Dane, 
Teesa, rest before the competition. 





Pistol and Karen Craedon made a handsome pair at the 
dog show held at Priuttss Anne Park. 



Dwight Maness shapes up Ivan the Terrible for Smr 
Tom Calano of Newport News. . * 



Photos by Joan CoatM 




Jason, Timmy. Dawn and Trka Porter relax with Mme 
cracken during the hectic day of dog competition. 






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Joe Foulkes did the honor of announcinft for the 
Vtoiinia Beach Kenrtel C lub evenl. 



Charlie was checking out the xtm while owner Clyde 
Neal of Norfolk watched. 



BIN and Kay FiCMian and family cane mM to watch the 
compeiiiion. 






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Send conrideniial resume -and salary 
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138 Rosemont Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

For Appointments during April 10-14 or 
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Evangelistic Hgur may be 
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dial. For prayer and Christ- 
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ER (miniature Collie) • fe- 
male, no collar. Lost 67th 
Street, Ocean front A|vil 10, 
reward. Needs medicise - 
please return. 422-6219 or 
588-2867. 

310 



i-AulamaMnei Air Sale 

OLOSMOBILE - 1973 CUt- 
Itif, power steering, power 
brakes, air, good tires, good 
condition $1,700. 421-3635. 
510 

19T7 DODGE VAN: 
B200, low mileage, still 
under warranty, AM/FM 
cassette, partially 

customized includes, 

materials to complete 
customizing, $6,000. 486- 
5067 after 5 p.m. 

524 

NOVA, 1975, red, 6 cyl., 
manual, good radial tires, 
otcellent condition. 

Movini; abroad. Worth 
S2,400, sacrifice for 
SI, 800. 487-6029. 

510 

(XJWMOBILE - 1976 Sta- 
tion wagon, 350 engine, fully 
equipped, A/C, AM/FM 
radio, luggage rack, original 
owner, $3,800, 461-7524 or 
625-3686. 

510 

■_ I 

NOVA - 1972, red. radio, 
brand new tir^s, new clutch, 
new exaust system, stand- 
ard shift, low mileage, excel- 
lent condition $1,500 negoti- 
able. 428-4391. 

m 

DUNE BUGGY-BUILD 

your own! Volkswagen - 
with rebuilt motor and 
brand new tires, runs 
good! Reasonably priced. 
Call547-8260after5p.m. 

531 



HONDA - 1975, 750 Super 
Sport, padded sissy bar, 2 
helmets, chrome headers, oil 
pressure gauge, 5,000 miles, 
excellent condition, $1,450. 
484-2378. 



6-Antomobilcs for Sale 



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PRINTING 

CLUBS OmiMERCIAL 
CALL 

42S-7644or42S-74«0 



CASH FOR YOMR 
HOME EQUITY 

Gil Mashbiirn 
Family Realty Corp. 

420^11 



Builders 

Ho^ Improveawntt 

QsMr^ers 

RoanAitttwns 
^Mrinum Siding 
Booft • Ctf porti 
Kitdien Remodetii^ 



Hv%<h E. Rw:k, Sr. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 



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SPFCIAI. 



C ARRET tLEAMNG 

S34.95 

One low prke includes: an.^ living room, dining 
room and hall. 

COLOR BRIGHTENLRS 

SOIL RET ARDANT 

ULOOORtZING 

REMOVt A REPLACE Fl RMTLRE 

%0 EXTRA CHARGES 

|ffFN«it0 Gt.ARANTEED INSIRED 

WE Gt ARANTEE SATISF ACTIO 




CASHVAN 
PLUMBING 

W( wan) lo turn you 

on, that's why for the 
month of May... We 
are giving away... A 
SHOWER MASSAGE with 
every tub or shower we 
install 
AT CASHVAN PLUMBING 

Not only are we Specialists at 
BATHROOM & KITCHEN 
REMODEHNG...you can also 
call us for SEWER HOOK- 
UPS, DRAIN CLEANING or 
ADVICE. 

416-4673 
A IMv. 01 Ike JEMKE 
CD'S. INC. 



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GEOROETOWN 
COLONY 

«»IE SITES FOR SALE 

FOR 

Pco^ ptaunlig llaaMt 

A OniM BaMtn 

SALES WFICE 
333 Providcaae Rd. 




BEACH NEIGHBORHOOD 

EMERGENCY 

DRAIN A SEWER 

SERVICE 

Call Roooy Savyer aajrtiae 

493-OMl 



■ ATHKOOM rALuSfi 

•Sensible Prices 
•FREE ESTIMATES 
•All Work Guaranierf 

C*l«LS,CEKA„,t 
AI.1 A^VTIMK 4t7-fl26» 



OLDSMOBILE.1969 98. 

2 door, full power, 60,000 
mi^, AM/fM, -air, new 
Dial-a-ride shocks, trailer, 
hitch, CB radio. Original 
owner. S895. 421-9134. 

531 

MJ>SM0BILE:-1974 
OMEGA - Hatchback, auto- 
matic power brakes, power 
steering, air, FM cassette 
stereo. 40 channel CB. 
$2,000,486-2118. 
510 

VOfJ(SWACXm-197f KAB- 

BIT - automatic, 2 door, red 
with white interior, 27,000 
miles. Excellent engine/ 
body/interior. $2,700 - best 
offer. 489-1113. 

5 10 

1974 PINTO . AM/FM 
radio, engine and body 
excellent condition, 
reliable and economical 
transportation. Just tuned 
and serviced. $1,330. 
Weekends and evenings: 
428-4^40. 
5^ 

lt}VOTACX)RQLLA,i^l, 

rebuih engfaie, #8 inspe^kn 
sticker, exoeltent tirei, 8 
tr»* tape player, gets tx- 
Mllent gas ndleage, $550, a 
best offier. Call 4M-3430. 
Nights: 420-9425. 

CAMARO - 1974. LT. 

$3200 or best offer. Nice- 
lots of extras. After 5, 
857-7379. 

624 

1970 VOLKSWAGON 
BUG, manual tran- 
smission, rebuilt engine, 
AM/FM. Tires, body, and 
interior excellent shape. 
$750, 543-2366. 

524 



1>7| CAPRI -2000, Green 
4^pecd, air conditioning, 
radio, good tires, good 
condition, $1600. 484- 
7525. 

' 517 

WiDODGE DART, 

white, 170 engine, 3 speed 
column, g ood tires. $145. 
487-3328. 

517 

TOYOTA-WJ-OOROLLA - 

24«i«S;000mi., &ctory air 
conditioned, clean inside and 
out, $1,050. 499-3088. 

5 10 

OPEL^ - 1973, 58,000 
nules, automatic, tach, radi- 
als, radio, Mediterranean 
blue, $2,100, caU 588-3127. 
510 



II -Boats, Marine Supplies 

SAILBOAT -25 ft.. 6 sails (2 
complete sets), 6 hsp. John- 
son motor, tabernacle mast, 
1 inch Mahogany hull, very 
good condition $4,200. 397- 
5367. ____—— 

m6nARK-1«' (bass/duck 
hunting) 70 hp. Evinrude 
(1977), Long gaivinized trail- 
er, tach, extras. Excellent 
condition, %2,m). 483-1386. 
510 

SAILBOAT - 25 ft., 1959, 
Folkboat, Norwegian sloop, 
1977 Johnson, diesei avail- 
able, many extras, good 
condition, $5,000. After 
4:00, 627-6205. 

_5ig 

BOAT 33', cabin, 
flybridge, diesei powered, 
ready to go, good family 
boat. $5,700. 464-7347 
days, 428-0126 evenings 
and week-ends. Must Sell! 
510 

SAILBOAT club.day sail- 
ers/cruisers, experienced or 
beginners, free sailing in- 
struction, no boat payments, 
no boat maintenance, no in- 
surance, no slip fees, no 
trailer costs, etc., the raUy 
way to sail, for info, call 481- 
4224. 

53 

TROJABT -1974- F-26 
Express, 225 Chrysler, 
sleeps 4, galley, head, 
depth finder, radio, 
excellent condition, 
$11,500. Days: 622-4651, 
ext. 10, Evenings 422- 
1796. 

510 

MIDSHIP-25' Sloop, 
sleeps 5, inboard, radio, 3 
sails, equipped cruise, 2 
cabins, $11,500. Days: 
393-2529. Nights: 484- 
6181. 
. , , .. 531 




13-Help Wanted 



7-Triich«-Tralle r«-Jeepg 

197« FORD F-ISO 
TRUCK wllhcap, 
automatic, PS, 

PB, AM/FM, 15,000 
miles, custom cab, repair 
manuals, sliding glass 
windows. $4,295. Will 
negotiate. 486-8422. 

524 



I'M PLYMOUTH 

BELVEDERE 1, 4 door 
sedan, very good con- 
dition, new tir«, new bat- 
tery, engine has 30,000 
miles.Economiqil gas 
mileage. $450. 485- 
5314/398-2295. 



524 

1974.CJ-5 JEEP^ blue, 
radio, excellent tires, new 
caiivju top, 34,000 miles, 
1 ««nier, has had excellent 
care. 461-6367 or 461- 
6661. 

5 10 

noeOGE IKMt - Qub cab, 
3/4 tm pidc-np, low mil., 
PS, AT, Vt, rear jump 
seats. $4,«0. 340-5154. 

510 



1977 THUNDERBIRD: 
302, red, 11,800 miles. 
AM/FM stereo 8 track, 
AC, PS.PB, cruise con- 
trol, stMt beltMl radials, 
$600 cash and payments 
$176,497-5322. 

524 




2-Spi'i'liil Mi»lirf« 



Cm m^ mS -By Luzier, 
fw t|^iriier ^M try 
and see the 

423-7546. 

517 




"IF VOL HAVE an em- 
pty garage, barn or other 
storage space I will make 
it make money for you. 
547-1846." 

510 



AMC-WS PACER, 

etcellent Mndition, many 
options, low mila, %U9Q 
or best offer. 461-^4 
days, 468-3333 after! 

517 

IMMEDIATE CASH 

^id for ^nir car. No 
waitmgf! We need cars 
dciperatcly. Courtesy 
Cars. 461-6367 or -^1- 
6^1. 

510 



t-JietoreyelM-Seoett ra 

1975 AORfoN COM- 
MANDO: 8S0k, hi-rise 
motorcycle, excellent con- 
dition, low mileage. 
$1,M0. Call Urry Weaver 
at 464-8113 days w 625- 
5568 evenings. 

524 

1974 KAWASKI -ido 
MOTORCYCLE. 
Excdicnt condition, $250. 
^7-8669. 

510 
CYCLE INSURANCE - 

Low rates, baoiediate 
»>ven^. Call DAM 
tanirance, 3475 Vi^inia 
B»Kh Blvd. 857-59M. 

tf 



SALES-HOUDAY MACSC 
COSMETICS - Opportunity 
to advance to management. 
Liberal commissiois, car 
helpful. Tidewater area. Call 
467-4040. No investment re- 
quired. 

tf 

NUTRI-METRICS ORGAN- 
IC COSMETICS - Help 
wanted, this product sells 
itself. Earn as many $$$$$ 
as you care to! 425-3834 
after 5 p.m. Free consulta- 
tion. 

STANLEY HOME 

PRODUCTS is looking 
for personable young 
homemakers to 

demonstrate their famous ' 
products. Call us for' 
details, free training 
available. 486-2526. 

510 

CABINET MAKER, door 

frame builder and a wood 
moulder operator. Apply 
in person Burton Lumber 
Corp. 835 Wilson Rd., 
Chesapeake. 

5-17 

PART-TIME HELD 
NEEDED. 15 hours $100. 
Choice of hours. Ideal for 
young mothers/house - 
wives. Good jxrsonaiity- 
liking people a must! 461- 
4771. 

510 



TRUCK DRIVER needed 
for home improvement 
company. Apply flkck 
Bros. Builders, 545-73^. 
tf 



NEED Six Women imeres- 
ted m earning $60 to $100 
weekly. Pan time from your 

home. Call 4200977 for apD- 
ointment. 

tf 



BE SUCCESSFUL selling 
Tri-Chem liquid embrdd- 
ery, no investment needed 
ftill or i»rt-iime. Or host 
Tri-Oiem hoiM j^rty 4 
receive beautiftil gifts, 587- 
7979. 

53 



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U>lte»WMHH 

^ DOMESTIC ENGINEER 
NEEDED, part-time 
work. I wUI pay $3.00 per 
hxm. Call after 3 pm. 430- 
3243. 

51? 

BABYSMTER NEEDED 

for 2 month old infant girl 
in your home. Great 
Bridge to Virginia Beach 
Area. References 
required. Call 547-5717 
after 6 p.m. 

WANTED AMBITIOUS, 

self-starter. Who likes a 
meet people. No experien- 
ce or education required. 
We train - reply: P.O. Box 
15043, Chesapeake, 
Virginia, 23320. 

tf 



painting<:arpen- 

TRYWish to speak with 
retired p«-sons to do light 
painting and carpentry 
work. 547-4981. 

524 




HOUSEKEEPING 

Ironing, references, S20 a 
I am a hard worker 
\ try my service. Call 
7-0920. 

524 



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NATIONAL COMPANY 

in largest field establishing 
representatives now. Low 
investment. High return. 
Sound company. Will buy 
back if not successful. 
463-0126. 

tf 

., distributorship- 

Manage your own 
business. If you like to 
work with and help 
; pojple. Phone 497-5655. 

531 

EARN $1,000. MON- 
THLY helping me in my 
cosmetic and vitamin 
business, set your own 
hours. For appointment 
phone 420-5530. 

531 

t9-L<Ksl ImlriiCtloH OoMf 

pmy,Cer*inici, Certified 

bunean leacher. Comphrte 
line Duncan products. 
'^ Greenwu^. Firing, uni- 
que gift*. Free beginner's 
cIsMM. ms Potters Rosd, 

463-0137. 

y r 

MAGIC-LEARN from a 
professional magician. 
For fun and profit. Low 
rates. All ages. Phone for 
information 853-8852. 

VOICE LEMONS • 

private teacher, 340-8814 
after Spm. 

517 



PKTSnSUPPLIES 




^PaHt-Qtft^Mj omer Pels 



PEKINGNESE PUPPIES 

• 8 weeks old, mother and 
father on premises. Very 
affectionate, good with 
children, $75, 543-1341. 

524 



LAWN MOWING & 
EDGING. Kempsville 
area. Special rates for 
Senior Citizens. 497-6245. 
510" 

BABYSITTING -In my 
home, full time ($25) and 
by the hour (.'75). Loving . 
care, fenced, experienced. 
Pembroke Mall Area. 
Minuteman Road. Call 
499-3524. 

524 

BABYSITTING $35 

WEEKLY from June 13 
through September. 

School bus driver wants 
job for the summer. 
Loving care for your 
children. 485-4363. 

tf 

BABYSITTING in my 
^home. Chesapeake- 
'' Portsmouth Areas. Ex- 
perienced, references, 
reasonable (hourly, daily, 
weekly) rates. 54^7233. 
531 

HOUSE SITTdt ■ ' 

Reliable, local former 
teacher will house-sit 
resort home t^is summer. 
Will give loving care plan-, 
ts-animals. References. 
Call 1-703-552-6510 or 
481-1207. 

tf 

LPN DESIRES UAVTIME 
WORK in your home, can do 
range-motion exercises on 
•troke patients. Excellent 

eferenoes. 481-1889 after 5 

i.m. 

510 



BLONDE ObCX-A-POO - 

puppies, 6 weeks old. 
worawd. Extra pretty pup- 
pies, nuke great pets. To 
good homes onlyl $15. 421- 
9614. 

510 

DOBERMAN PINCHER 
PUPPIES -AKC 
Registered, tails docked, 
shots, parents on premises 
and have good 
disposition. $150. 857- 
4326. 
^524 

'MLVER POODLE, 

minature with papers 
needs a good home $10.00 
Yorki/Chihuahua mixed 
free to a good home 
Moving, pet needs home. 
497-6941. 

517 




LIVESTOCK 



24-Hor»e8-CSitlte Ecf. 

5 YEAR CHJ> WELSH 

PWTY- Nice conformatioo. 
good mover, jrinto with good 
looking mu-ldngs. No vices. 
Negative Coggins. 13 hands. 
Would make nice children's 
pony, Carries 110 lbs. easily. 
Show potential. SlOO, nego- 
tiable; moving must sell, 
ask for 
Lynn or 421-3804 evenings 
and weekends. 

531 

QUALITY CARE FOR 
YOUR HORSE. VBW 

Farm, 1201 West Road, 
Chesapeake. Good 

pasture, friendly 

atmmphere, call now, 
487-3328. ^ 

■■ ■ J17^.! 

TIDEWATER STUD 
DOG REGISTRY. Free 
puppy referral service-all 
breeds. Call 583-1214 and 
register your Stud and 
puppies. 

tf 

CLIP'N Dff Pet Salon, 
grooming, bathing, boar- 
ding. Master Charge- Visa 
welcome. Introductory of- 
fer-10 percent off first 
visit. CaU 481-1400 bet- 
ween 9-5 weekdays. 

531. 

IF YOUR DOG or cat has 

red skin rash, itching, ex- 
cessive scratching; is not 
active, aleit or vigorow. 
Call 484-8278. 

531 



2S-Artlclts iar SA 

CAMPING SUPPLIES: 

Colcman-White Stag ten- 
ts, sleeping bags, stoves; 
Himalayn Backpacking 
gear: M & G Sales. The 
Armie-Navie Surplus 
Stwe, 622-9065. 

726(correct date) 

1 

RAILROAD WATCHES, 
antique jewelry, Victorian 
walnut desk, Hosier 
cabinets, 4 ice cieam 
c^ain. 19th Century 
Antiques, Open 10-7, 7 
days, 625-91 19. 

517 

PIN BALL MACHINES - 

for home use. Recon- 
ditioned pin ball machines 
$350 and up. Tidewater 
Music Corp. 3770 
Progress Road, Norfolk 
Industrial Park. 857-6211. 
531 

FREE KODAK IN- 
STAMATIC Camera out- 
fit (worth $24.00) with 
purchase of 6 gal. 
MURALO Exterior Latex 
Paint at $11.90 gal. Call 
Womble Paint Supplies 
for details, 855 E. Little 
Creek Road, Norfolk. 
588-3434. 

531 

ALUMINUM WINDOW 
SCREENS assorted sizes, 
200 to sell, .50 each. 
Things Unlimited New 
and Used, 501 Virginia 
Beach Blvd., 428-7841. 

531 

ALL TYPES OF NEW ft 
USED restaurant and bar 
equipment. Come to Dixie 
Scales, Inc., 1008 Granby 
Street. Call 623-7073. 

tf 



26-Awtlqiies A CoHecUMei 

STAINED GLASS -4 

panels, 3X7' exquisite 
$300 each. Also: 5 
windows, beautiful 

condition. All dated 1902. 
Can 393-6457. / 

' 317 

t Vm^ ANTMWES - })«4 
^i4iai|t^»JMen»w.,We;bujr ' 
aiwl e«ll. Uaed and antique 
fuiititure. 625 -9824 or 857 

- 6710 shop, Dealer. 

T.F. 

ml— I 'i* 

MARIGOLD DESERT 
SET, 8 goblets to match, 
emerald glass, cobalt, 
ruby, amborina, and 
croesus cruets. Colored 
wine glasses. Call mor- 
nings. 857-7216. 

531 

CHURCH'S ANTIQUES ' 
ft SELLING POST.. At 

Fox Hall, 5029 East Prin- 
cess Anne Road. 20 per- 
cent off with this adver- 
tisement. Please call 853- 
0548. 

tf 



37«ilowe HoM Gowto 



I1DEWATER Sew SucT 
2710 Virgnia Beach Boale- 
vard: 340 - 3481 or fin Bast 
ladtam River Road, 420 - 

3803. Reconditicoed 
vacumns S9.9S up. Kirby 
service. 

tf 



MOVING ABROAD- 
MUST SELL-12" 

television, $25; coffee pot, 
$3; vfliporizer, $4; 

hair dryer $10; iron, 
$5,487-6029. 

510 

WHIRLPOOL IM- 

PERIAL DRYER, 3 

speed, gold. Moving 
abroad. Must sell. 
Sacrifice $95. Please call 
487-6029. 

510 

BRAND NEWlDining 
room suite with lighted 
china cabinet, worth 
$1,200 sell $650: Crushed 
velvet couch -chair, worth 
• $800 sell $450. Please call 
420-9533. 

524 

FREEaXR-22 cu. ft. chat 
type, never used, $195. 
firm. Must Sell! After 5 
pm, 423-4264. 

517 

dUB-HWKINS - practical- 
ly new with matress, solid 
white. Paid S200, will sell for 
$60. Perfect cooditiool 622- 
2101. 

310 

ELEGANT ITALIAN 
PROVINCIAL couch, 
side chair - green/gold 
brocade; green velvet, 
high back chair; beautiful 
lamps, tables. 

Reasonable, 420-9542. 

COUCH and CHAIR-Eariy 

American, 6 foot so£i has 
a queen size hide-a-way 
bed, matching chair, Her- 
culon fabric, V.G.C, $293., 
428-7602. 419 



ms 



nhipmat 



FLEA MARKET No. 3. 

3313 South MUitary High- 
way. Open Friday, Satur- 
day, Sunday only 106. In- 
side stalls and table set-upa 
for rent. 28 stalls to serv| 
you. Free admisiian. 487- 
M03. 



PONIES-GELDINGS: 

Pinto-13.1 hands; 
Arabian- Apaloosa 13. 
hands. Ei^t yeii^old. 
Good homes. Leimng 
area-reasonable. 547- 
2363. after 4:30. 

531 



MKRCHANDISi: 




»-Artlctes for Sale 

LADIES CLOTHES - Size 
16, name brands, suits, 
coats, dresses. Perfect con- 
dition. $3 to $13. Custom 
m«le drapes, 2 pdr. $83. 
627-3310 or ^2-6481. 
__^ 310 

PAINTINGS -Abstract by 
Kirby, Thrift, Brooks, 
Bortswick ft other acrylics 
ft collai^. 425-69^. 

517 

LEFT HAND GOLF 
CLUBS, black golf bag. 
never used, reasonably ' 
priced. Household 
screens, lots of them! 
$5.00 for all. 497-8669. 
510 

LAWN MUWER - Yazoo. 2 
years <^d, like new, 5 hp. 
Qimon engine, 22 in. cut, 
$143. or best crffer. Please 
call 4«4-4(%2. / 

tf 



FyRNITURE: Couch and 
chair, brown with a little 
gold tweed Herculon. 
Good condition-Hardly 
used. Most go, $85. 583- 
1679-after5:30. 

524 

ROCKERS:Swivel rocker 
Brand new $35. Platform 
rocket in flowered design 
$35. These are brand new 
and a great buy. 420-9533. 
524 

RATTAN FURNITURE- 

1 8' couch, 2 chairs (with 
cushions, need new 
covers), 2 end tables. 1 
coffee table, I foot stool, 
$550. May be seen by ap- 
pointment only.853-8572 
after 6. 

510 

BROYHILL WOOD 

TABLES:Octagional 
cocktail with 2 square and 
tables. Glass tops. Like 
new. Absolutely perfect! 
Cost $475. Sell $295. 547- 
4014. 

524 

ORIENTAL RUGS, 

power io<»ned in Belgium. 
100 percent wool: 9X6- 
$200; 8'/2Xll-$400; 

Ttffany lamp, 25" . 
diameter, carmel color, 
with birds and curved fruit 
$695. 425-6%9. 

517 



NEW-MODERN Living 
room suite - sofa bed and 
2 chairs, dining room 
table. 6 chairs, 2 servers, 
large china closet. AU 
$1000.423-5830. - 

524 



WASHER- DRYf»- 
GIBSON. Brand new. 
heavy duty in crates. Won 
Bob Barker Show. Worth 
over $700-$4SO or best of-' 
fer. 855-9242. 

524 

VANifY CABINETS -25 

pCTceot off. Mvrii 
\«nities. Satin white with 
cultured marbte top, 24". 
30", 36" sizes, avilier 
Carptt ft Kitchens, Inc. 
627-8888. 

5-17 



29.Wartf < To |ii» 

WE buy d^noKls aikl any 
type of goU. 461-8261 
Dealer. 
_ \ tf 

31-Citatt w^ SiMips 

NORVIEW Rare Coim - 
Norfolk's nKst comirtete. 
Buy, sell, trKk. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Southern 
Shq^ng Center, Norfolk, 
833-8118. 

tf 



33-Gaad lli^s le Eai 

^LyNWHAVENOYST- 
^*N9 CLAMS. Fresh 

daily ^ftt»n the riwr. John 



CXIW8- OUIN FED - for 

the freezer. .40 cents a 
poumli All our customers 
are satisfied. WiU deliver to 
pKking (»mpany. 488-4244. 






RKAI. KSI ATE 



riDEWATER-S MOVUVePOLAR FEATURE 

> FRiE BEES 



tf 



OYSTERS - L.yanhaven. 
shucked and unwashed. 
(H^ionte Kurd's Seafood 
ResUurant. off Little Neck 
Rd.. Eari Smith, 340-S171. 
tf 



47-ltaiwet Uabraisked 



DID Y(XJ iInoW Tide- 
water's only authentic Mex- 
ican Restaurant is open for : 
lunch 12:30 daily. El Som- 
brero Mexican Restaurant 
3629 Shore Drive. tfi 

ATWOOD'S FRESH 
SEAFOOD. 1724 San- 
dbridge Road. Croaker, 
trout, bluefish, whiting, 
cat fish, clams, crabs and 
scallops. Call 426-7850. 

531 

FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily. Green's 

Seafood Market. At The 

Farmer's Market of 

Virginia Beach. Call 427- 

3574. 

Open 9-6 daily. 

tf 



NEW 3 BEINMXM RANCH 
• % baths. CAC, (elf-dean 
oven, next to golf oourte, 
park, lake; easy access ail 
bases. 499-9449. 

tf 



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MytU« yea waot to ^v« away, we wU 

PRI^. Yi^ a»t's light, we'U ran 

BfX seetko. 1%to b a pubMc ■«.« « 



Yw FREE BEE ad win 
prwMe a dM Imbm li 
lave toflve away, yaw 

SaaB«IM4Mte 



M-Waalcd to Rcat 



PROFESSOR "Ideal 

tenant." Needs nicely fur- 
nished beach cottage or 
house Sept. 2. Away all 
summer, prefer secure 
before May 25, 481-2591 
evenings. 

524 



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|M*F8rM-Lnl-Tiiilar 



GREEN RUN 

WOODLAND ESTATES 

-4 bedroom ranch, 
fireplace in familyroom, 
corner lot. Excellent buy! 
Many extras! 1464 Pear 
Tree Arch, 427-3941. 

tf 



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Jwt tke right p«^e whs wiU 
. ^id H k's SMMtUBg else yo« 
; Bilglilum wUan^vdate jmr 
fmet fWE Bim mi today! 



0->efaeiat 



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O-frM Ba* 



0-Fre*Bee 



Dachttod/LliMO Apio. 
wUte, OMle. lood with 
^Udren. To t |ood home. 
4204273. 



PRIVATE NKEDIR will 
give free home to wild owls, 
hawks, or any Wrds not 
wanted by owner. Also free 
care for injured birds. State 
Permit #00064. 
Write Rick at P.O. Sox 
13428. Oiesapeake. VirgMa 



23323. 



SMALL nnPIES-free to 

good home. 485-1381. af- 
to- 5:30 p.m. 



"fir 



CAT, black with while 
paws, foB^ «ee to a 
goodhoiae,')20#94. 



BE OUR FRIEND- Adopt 
and give your love and l^qme 
for our animals. W„e need 
your h«lp. Portia 
maneSodety. 




2 BEAiMlFUL KITTINS. 

10 weeli old, ready for a 
new home. 421-2433. 




FREE roPPY, male, all 
black. 647 - 1841. 



^CLASSIFIED ADS: ^ 

the 



WARNING! 
AcoHFiHiv te the Chesa- 
peake Haaiaw Society, 
wrtain perseos have been 
using the FREEBEE sd- 
vvrti^ag colunuis to tk- 
tain free Mtfaaals lor lab- 
oratory porposes. TiMse 
people, anatdlng to Uie 
Hamaae Sodety, a^ear ta 
be v«7 wdinary people. If 
ymi wwit to give your 
aalB»l away and have any 
doiriit dMot the rec^^t, 
please contact either the 
Vtagtaila Beach Hiunaae 
Sodsty or the CheM^eake 
Animal Shelter. 

Free puppies • 9 weeks M, I 
males, I female, part collie, 
part iMagle. 482-1034 after 
6:00 pm. 



i.AWIN A GARDEN 



MAGNAVOX STERIO 

console, S223; New Fridai- 
dare Dryer, $223; Wom- 
en^ English 10 speed, 
$110; Sttm wedding gown, 
$60; 627-0021 after 4 p.m. 

426 

NEAKLY NEW CAR- 
PETING -11x11 £11x14' 
plus hall runner. Avacado 
green, like new. Great 
buy. All for $100. CaU 
463-1314. 

524 

FLEA MARKET EXTRA^ 

VAAGANZA-Hamptcn Coi- 
iseuffl. May 6 and 7. Have 
your garage sale with us. 
Thousands attending. Booth 
rental. 481-2100. May 3 



35-l.awn and C^arden 

HEDGES CUT, trees 
topped, shrubbery 

removed, seeding. 

Complete lawn service. 
622-3926. 

517 

SEARS - 20" rotery lawn 
mower with grass catcher. 
Used 1 season. Needs 
tuning. $75. 486-1893 or 
486-7692. 

510 

TRACTOR WORK 

DONE. Make your land 
ready for planting. 
Garden, grading, mowing, 
discing, plowing and bush 
hog work. 547-7534. 

tf 

DIRT A4. Black, f^ile top 
M. Abo sand &£ fill. 
Prompt service. Jack N. 
PoweU, Inc. 833-7844 or 
833-7218. 
tf 

TONY'S GARDEN 
SERVICE. Complete lan- 
dscaping, trees, lawns, 
fences, painting, roto- 
tilling ft sprinklers etc. 
Free estimates, 583-1674. 

853-2335 ^^ 




M-PanaEqripBsat 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, Tractors; 3. 
hook-up equipment, fence ! 
posts, peanut hay and 
COTn, 54$-8370. 

tf 

mmmmmmitmmmmmmmmm 

JMEWaRAJNOS - for tale, 
professioul fautallathn and 
diedc out avdU>le. Reatoo- 
aUe prfees. 484-8338, 484- 
0138 after 6 p.m. - anytime 
week-emb. 

310 

WE SERVICE aU maka 
and models. We install 
residential antenna's. We 
make day and evening 
edb. M/C and BAC ac- 
cepted. American T.V. 
420^095. 

tf 



WICKES-197S MOBILE 
HOME, 2 b«lroom, fur- 
nished. Just take over 
payments. NEAR 

BASES! Call between 3 
and 9 p.m. 588-6895. 

524 



GENERAL - IS' X55% 3 
bcdr<K)m, living room, 
dining room, kitchen, 
carpeted, all appliances. 
Owner will help finanrc. 
See to appreciate. 545- 
8946. 

524 



KeeUi4^3^2494. 



tf 




58-Far Sale Va. Beach 

CHESOPEIAN COL- 
ONY, WATERFRONT 

Ranch, bulkheaded, den 
with fireplace, master 
bedroom with fireplace, 
large screened porch, cor- 
ner lot, well landscaped. 
Much more. No agents 
$99,500. 461-4753. 

531 

MALIBU - 4 bedroom tri- 
levcl, fiunily room with fire- 
place, central air, beautiful 
and clean. 486-7362. 

_tf 

PRINCESS ANNE 

PLAZA-3 bedroom. 2 
bath ranch with fireplace, 
$7,500 and assume $284 
month or $39,000 
' conventional. Many extras 
486-3213. 

517 

CHARISSTOWNE - 4 bed- 
Tom.-jai/^, heat pump, 
liatmsganismi, many ex- 
tras, $34,300. possible 8 0/0 
takeover, owner. 430^63. 
". < tf 

GREEN RUN BRAND 
NEW - Save S2.000I 3 bed- 
room, 2 btths, fondlyroom, 
Idts of cupboards, carpeted, 
utility room, garage, 
drapes, landscaped. $30,000. 
467-0307. 
310 

LEVEL GREEN -4 

bedroom brick ranch, 
family room/fireplace, 
laundry room, eat-in kit- 
chen, formal dining room. 
Great Area! No agenu. 
424-9241. 

FAIRFIELD - 4 bedroom^ 
aniroadiing perfection in 
design, quality, and llva- 
Mlity. Eat-in-Utchen, l^^ 
tetltt, fiunily room-flre- 
plaoe! 2.300 square feet. 
424 -4780 

GREAT BRldGE4^ 

apartmenu aocrois from 
Oreat Brk^c Mgh Sdiool. 1 
aad 2 bedroooi, Mtf car- 
peted, modern Utchen-all 
appOaaoas. $205 to $240 - 
547-7161. 



COLLEGE PARK. 

Colmdal 4 bedroom, 2Vi 
Iwthi, familyroom with 
fireidace, double garage, 
lawn pump. Trent ^ 
minutes to bases. Owner 
rdocatiof. 424-2138. 

524 

, WASHINGTON SQU- 

ARE-3 bedroom, m bath 
townhome with dl ap- 
{riiuices. AsMme 7 3/4 
pereeot VA loan. Aft« 5 
wedcdays. weekoMls 
anytime, 340-7830. By 
owner. 

324 

ALANTON -4 bedroonT 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, fir^>lace, 
ott-in-kitchen, (Mntry, 
hardwood floors. 2 ov 
garage. weU. $72,500,428- 
4345/48l-19(». 

tf 

WINDSOR OAKS WEST 

-4 b«irpom, VA l»ths, eat 
-in-kitchen, large 

familyroom with raised 
hearth fireplace. VA car 
garage, cul-de-sac. 

$52,000,486-5912. 

524 



EVERY 

DAY 

AND 

IN 

_^^-.lL^-- MANY 

maJkier ways 



monev 



CALL 481-3477 NOW 




BLAOt RABBIT to^^eod 
home, includes caget,. 
499-4331 ^ .' 



6 Mastd breed puppies, 
mother daschund, 3 males, 3 
females, to good homes only, 
come by alter 5:30 or on 
weekends. 708 Stalham Rd., 



•S-Lirts for Sale 



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St-For Sale Va. Beach 

COLLEGE PARK -4 

bedroom. L-shaped ran- 
ch, on cul-de-sac, with 
pool and tennis privileges, 
by owner. $53,950, Mr. 
Harvey, 340-3089. 

524 

ARAGONA VILLAGE- 

cape Cod. 4 bedroom. 2 
baths, dan. 12'x40' sun 
porch, air conditioning, 
aluminum siding, storm 
windows. Owner, . 

$40,000. 497-3369. 

524 



S^-For Sale Cl iritapeate 

SOUTH NORFOLK -3 

bedroom to^vphouge. jend 
unit. Shag, den. 
Dishwasher, fenced yard, 
by owner, excellent 
conditioner? !4 percent 
loan, 543-4611. 

tf 

PLYMOUTH PARK -BY 
OWNER - 3 bedrooms, 
carpeu, paneUng, 
remodeled bathroom, new 
aluminum siding, foiced, 
garage. $28,000 or assume 
FHA loan. No agoiu. 
423-2460. 
tf 

NAGS HEAD - 2 kM. one 
waterfrflot, one on hill faa 
sight of Jockey Rkl^e in oU 
Nags Head, turn at milepost 
14. 484-3461. 

510 



89-For Sale Chesapeake 

PEMBROKE MEADOWS- 

Immaculate 4 bediooms, 
custom fireplace, centfAl 
air, family room, carpeting 
drapes. Reasonably priced- 
low $S0's, 490-0221. 
tf 

FL(MUDA-TRADE7 EQUl 
TIES - 12 acre farm with 3 
bedroom house - 2 fire- 
places, den, fenced, pond. 
Also water fiont lots, mo- 
teb. 461-8120. 

- If 

OCX^UNGTON HARBMt • 

Canal fi'ont lot on Pamlico 

Sound. Qubhouse available. 

$6,300 negotiable. 804-388- 

7023. 

310 

IM-Far gala PartemMitii 

CHURCHLAND-PORT- 
SMOUTH -4 bedrodm tri- 
level, 2 baths, den with 
fireplace, eat-in kitchen, 
dining room, living room, 
garage, large wooded lot, 
$50,200. 484-4583/397- 
0522. 

524 



tt-Ort-ai-Tepa iar Sale 

WINTERGREEN- 
wooded building Site with 
water/sewage. Near ski 
lodge. Owner, terms 
available. Selling under 
market price. Call 1-703- 
886-0496. 

tf 



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CARPET CLEANING 
SreCIAL -living room, 
dhiing room and hall for 
$34.95. Licensed, guaran- 
teed and insured. We 
guarantee satisfaction! 
Beach Steamers - 428- 
4473. 
524 



WATERWAY ESTATKS 

-Large 4 bedroom, 2 
baths, den with 

fi replace/ wel bar, 

2/garagc-opener! 'A acre- 
irees. Many extras-owner, 
482-3805. 

524 

WATERFRONT LOT - 

PORTSMOUTH 
CHURCHLAND, Hatton 
Point Estates. 150' by 
211". Wooded: Deep 
water. Asking $24,000. 
484-4383/397-0522. 
^ 524 

M-f'amperi 

OLS-TRAVEL TRAILER, 

1970, self-contained, gas/ 
electric refrigerator, 12 volt 
pressurized water system, 
hot water, toilet, new tires, 
excellent condition, $1,600. 
488-0892. 

.- ^ tf 

1975 CHAMPION 
MOTOR HOME. 20', 
sleeps 6, tires perfect, roof 
air, self-contained, 15,400 
miles. AM-FM stereo tape 
deck. See to appreciate. 
$8,750. 543-0052. 
517 




WINNEBAGO-1976 

Sportsman's Den, 
gracious accommodation 
for 4 with every 
domestic & automotive 
convenience, mint 
condition. $14,750 
negotiable. 340-7045. 
5J7 

WINM!;i»AGO-l973 D-21T 

sleeps 8, bath with shower, 
air conditioned, with gen- 
erator, excellent condition, 
$12,300. 499-2400 or 853- 
8242. 



SERVICE.' 



1 



7 1 -Services Offered 



LOUK'S UPH0L8TRY 

serving Tidewater for 25 
years. Custom 

uphf^oing. 20 ptrceat 
oft on all fabric by 
mentioning this 
tdvatUaomt in ApM and 
May. 480-2688. 

_ , If 

PIANO TEACHER- Ex- 
periooed. Derira ban- 
ner students. ~ John 
Schaum method taught, 
or we will work with what 
you «r ymir child already 
has. Rcaionable rates. Af- 
ter6H».CaU48»7447. 

FBBnAdS- Ikve a 
cosMB frcpiaoe bott hi 
your heamM a ttmauAAe 
prke ^ Mttael it Iffil, 
freplaoe spedatett Hceu- 
ed, beaded * faism'ed- 
%Mktacm; 4*2^306. 

PiAiw DOcroi^TanFir 

Kabia fkm sarviea. tun- 
faig, r^wfaing, aad Mgn- 
l^i«. Stnim Sa^Mra 
TidawMar-llMBpsoa En- 
tmfrim$. Worit oa tf 
makM. 420-41S7. . 

* 

AUTO Cm»HERB- Top 

prke pakt, tmmit^, tut 



71-Servlces Olfcred 

ELECTRICAL CON- 
TRACTOR Free 
estimates. 24 Hours ser- 
vice for your electrical 
needs. Action Electric. 
622-1089. 

tL 

WELL DRILLING-Have 
a water supply of your 
own! Deep and shallow 
wells. Water for law use, 
heat pump wells, and 
drinking water. 

Reasonable rates. 
Chesapeake Well Drilling. 
Henry Leary, 487-8507. 
. 510 

LIGHT HAULING • Uud 

and driver for hire, depen- 
daUe. extn he^ avaflil>le, 
no job too small or large. 



546-9880. 



t.f. 



HOME IMPROVE- 
MBffS repairs, mainten- 
aoee. State licensed. Free 
Estim^M; Pranpt, eour- 
teous serviee. Quality per- 
fmiaBce. 486 - 1844 «■ 497 



ANNIB'S JANITORIAL 
SERVICES^ with a wo- 
man^ spe^ toudi. 
Homes, ^itftment ikuses, 
new homes deaned, <^- 
ices. stores. Contracts wel 
corned. Reasonable rates, 
estfaaates, 483-37(0/483- 
3760 

IL 



PIANO TEACam ■ Exper- 



JetaS^Mim m^hodiaod, 
or wdl woik wtth a^at yoa 
akaady have. RaasoaaMa 
.(Midte-tM. 

^7447. 



PLASTERING- Large and 
small jobs. 30 years exper- 
ience in Tidewater Area. 
Reasonable rates. Free 
estimates. Bob Mustin, 
833-6989 or 340-4669. 

PAR FY ■{ Let 'Tutie" the 
Magician entertain yours 
guests of children and/or 
adults. Birthday parties, 
church's, schools, and Com- 
pany dinners, etc. Qowns 
available. 833-8832. 

tf 

NO WAX VINAL 
FLOORING, 9X12' 

rooms, $87. installed. 50 
samples to choose from. 
Call 420-0652 anytime. 

tf 

EXPERIENCED PIANO 
TUNER technician does tun- 
ing, reiHuring, recoiulition- 
ing of all types of pianos 
including electronic pianos. 
Sherman's Piano Service, 
4»)-9I24. 

310 

ADDITIONS ■ Home im- 
provements, all types, alum- 
inum siding, fireplaces, wall 
to wall carpet, twthrooms, 
and kitchens remodeled. We 
can save you momy. C & 5 
BuiMers, Inc. 343-^81, 347- 
2609. 

— — =^ _310 

ROOFING REPAIRS Ex 
perienced - any type, small 
jobs. CaU night ot day. 9ZS 
- 9^ «• 857-6710 shop. 

' Ul. 

INTERIOR, EXTERIOR 
PAINTING and repairs. 
Experienced, reasonably 
priced, free estimates. 
Satisfaction guaranteed. 
Call 489-0072. 

531 



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Painting the 
Beach 



restaurant 



...with Eric Stevens 




Double header at the 
Holiday Inn Scope 



Siiiclio One Iniernaiional Productions has the Ibr- 
mula lor a succcsslul ja/z concert. 

Vou open with a topriighi local group, and vvlndup 
\sith a "name". You make it a Sunday double-header. 
lui-niuhi as they say in baseball (5 PM and 8 PM). You 
have boih auditorium seals and table seats, and those 
vvho don'i niind standing in a bar line can drink, but 
I host' who want the "dry" route have THAT option. 
YOii liire an alert spotlight man who can follow the 
soloes, and you have a real sound system. 

Promoter John Blackwcll knows about these things, 
lor lie is about the receive a degree in "Music and 
Media" Irom Norfolk State. Besides, he's a Sagittarian: 
a born promoter. Blackwell brought BB King to the 
Dome, Mclba Moore to Portsmouth Stadium, and 
Ramsey I cwis to Scope. He has presented concerts in 
Kiehmond, Washington, and Atlanta. On May 21 he 
presents the Buddy Rich band. 

On April 30 the double-header at Holfday Inn Scope 
consistL'd ol the .loe Jones Quartet followed by Freddie 
Hubbard's livcsome. I don't know if local bias entered 
liie picture, but the opening group seemed to be even 
more warmly received than Hubbard. The Jones boys 
drew a standing ovation. 

! had the pleasure of profiling Jones and drummer 
Howard Curtis in the February issue of METRO 
MA(iA/.INi:, and reedman Jack Todd in the May 
issue. Bassist Benny Beckham, a Peninsula car 
salesman, should have been included in the series of 
bioiiraphies. 

I odd has been mentioned in this column twios recen- 
tly, lor giiis at The Jewish Mother and The Roaring 
Iweniies. .joncs, however, keeps so busy on the 
Williamsburg-Hampton tract that it is a rare treat for 
him to play our side (Jt the river, although Becky Livas 
has presented him on the telly. « . 

Ill contrast lo Hubbard, Jones offered a series of in- 
siaiiily recognizable songs: Watermelon Man, Feelings, 
Milly Joe, Satin Doll, and Young and Restless. It would 
be liaid (o choese between Joe's piano or his organ 
playing; he is a giant at either. ..a virtual orchestra. 
rodd also "moves" a crowd instantly, especially when 
he switches Irom tenor sax to soprano sax for a ballad. 
Beckham also displayed his versatility, playing guitar on 
vine luimbcr. Curtis. I hear, is quite a vibist, but had no 



opportunity to leave the drums. 

When Jones departed, so did his sound man, and 
Hubbard's opening song was marred by a young sound 
man who thought it was a rock concert. Blackwell 
musi'vc sounded him, for the debilitating decibels 
assumed reasonable proportions just as I was in search 
of another seat. 

Freddie milks more sounds out of an unmuted trum- 
pet than anyone I've ever heard. The Clark Terry "ef- 
fects" and the Maynard Ferguson high notes provided 
variety and expression, but Clifford Brown-like 
aggressive 8th note runs moved me the most. Hubbard 
is quite a joy-boy, dancing and clowning extensively. 
Between soloes he nursed his blue-ribbon embouchure 
with sips from a Pabst. 

The authoritative Arien came out of Indianapolis in 
the 1960's and jolted to stardom with Art Blakey's 
Messengers (didn't everyone?) He was awarded a 
Grammy in 1972, and won the Down Beat trumpet poll 
in '73 and '74. He was prominently heard on the soun- 
dtrack of "Shaft's Big Score." 

Bassist Larry Kline was impressive, as was drummer 
Carl Burnett. Hadle Caliman (tenor and flute) has won 
the Down Beat Critics Poll in the category of Talent 
Deserving Wider Recognition. My vote in that category 
might go to multi-keyboardist Billy Childs, who 
especially dazzled on a blues waltz. 

Speaking of Talent Deserving Wider Recognition, 
watch for separate albums soon by Joe Jones and Jack 
Todd. 

EIGHTH NOTES: Dave Breeskln, a powerful jazz 
pianist-organist, will play a trio concert on the water- 
front at the Omni on Sunday, May 14 at 7 p.m. A 
mident of Windsor Woods. Dave is from Washington 
D.C. His father wrote "Hall to the Redskins." 

Ed. Note: Eric Stevens is active in the area as a band 
leader and singer. During his 1 1 years in NY he played 
bass on Charlie Russo's hit record, "Preacherman," 
appeared on the Merv Griffin Show, worked as a disc 
Jockey and floorshow act, and wrote a series of pam- 
phlets for singers. If you'd like a catalog describing the 
pampJilets, write to POB 41 18, Va. Beach, Va. 23454 




ORAND 
OPENING 



Now Open- 
Ihf biggest l)uker> 
I'ver lo hit Virginiu 
Beach- ull kinds ol 
speciul and ethnic 

breads a>ailable- 
\ rolls, pies, cakes, 
npaslriesanddunlsh. 

jVVe bake "New York 
t^Sljle" using onh Ihe 

^^besl ingredients and 
no preservallves. 
C ome in and look 
us over- we will 
fnakean>1hlng on 
^ request. 

"Everything is our specialty" 

Mon.-Sal. ^25-0304 ^^^ 

7-7 8.2p.m. 

Hilltop Square Shopping Center 




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By Susan Verhii 

FLOUR MILL BAKERY is th« Iar3«st 
bakary to opan in Virsinia Baach, and if 
ewnar/manasar John Lawanduski has his way 
It will also ba tha bast. 

Lecatad at tha Hilltop Sijuara Shoppins 
Cantor, tha bakary IncludasiOOO squara faat 
of work spaca plus 1000 squara faat of 
showroom. Four bakars work rull-tima sup 
plyln) tha shop with Its varlaty of braads, 
rolls, cakos, plas and pastrias. 

"Evarythlnj Is our spacialty," claims 
Lawanduski. "Wa will honor spacial raquests 
for athnlc broads, party hors d'oauvras and 
any and all pastrias." 

Lawanduski axplalnad that tha FLOUR 
MILL BAKERY bakas "Haw York Stylo" 
usin) only tha bast flour, buttor and 
marsarlnot, and all top quality insradiants. No 
prasarvativas ara usad. 

A quick jianca around tha shop ravaals an 
axampla of tha salactlon - ovar 18 varlotias of 
braads alonai sourdough, pumparnickal, dark 
polish, half whita/half rya, Jawlsh challah and 
round shophard's loavas, to mantion a faw. 

Tha shop has baan opan sinca May 3, and 
tha hours ara 7 to 7 Monday through Satur- 
day, and B to 9 p.m. on Sundays. Coma in to 
visit tha FLOUR MILL BAKERY and you ara 
guarantaad not to coma away ampty-handadi. 




UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 

Bobby Greenfields 

Witch 
Duck 

INN 



HMS QUARTET 

Jazz every Sunday 
7:00 to 11:00 

DISCO 

Tuesday thru Saturday 9 till .2 a.m. 

Luncheon and Dinner Menu 
Cocktails, Wine & Beer 

Open - 11 to 2 daily/4:30 to 2a.ni. 
4')20 Penibioke Meadows Shopping Center 
Iriilipendonco Rlvd (across from the Red Lol)ster) 
499-7071 



$2.00 off oi^any dinner wKh th is ud 

MEXICAN RESTAURANT 

Only authentic Mexican 
restaurant in Tidewater 
Our 20th year in same location 

Complete dinners from $4.25 
Dinner for two -$10.50 

Chiles Rellenos Guacamole 

Tostadas Enchiladas 

Open daily 12:30-10:00 p.m. 
Special luncheon menu 12:30-3:00 p.m. 

464-0421 

3629 Shore Drive Virginia Beach 

(One block west of Lynnhaven's Bridg e) 

$2.00 off on any dinner with ihls ud 



^ TO* ^ 

NOT OViN GRINDIRS-PIZIA 

AND SPAGHETTI 

BILLY'S 
PIZZA HOUSE 
CALL FOR TAKIOVT- 
lOJUUMUTIURVICE 
1*3t Independence Blvd. 
Ilebbine Cerner 464-6084 



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Daily Specials 

Spagheni/Meatballc/talad $a.OS 
Latagna/Salad $S.SO 
Served with garlic bread 



Weekly Specials 
Tees: $ 1 effff any large er svper large pisia 
Wedi Lasagna $2.25 
Tbat$ 1 eW any Billy's Special 



SpBcials good for Bobbin's Corner 
■illy'i Pl««a only 



LyNHHAVEN 
STEAK HOUSE 

U.S. Choice Steaks: 

Delmonlca 

UnNmlted Salad Bar 
from $3.95 

Served with potatoes, rolls, & butter. 

Lymliivw Steak House 
3CMSlMr« Drive 4eO-lS22 







6270 Nort^mpfon Blvd. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 



HELD OVER 



Phil Hart invites you lo Virjiinia's F irsi 

Smorgasbord House 

overlookiiiii l.iiilcCrci-k Vaclii Hasm 

SI.SOShorcl)ii\c j,^ 

II ilicShorcDrixc.Maiiiia) M 

NiHlolk, Vitiiiiiia 2.V-^I,S >^ 

Phone: 583-3311 
Open 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. 



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mormm 



7-9 AM with 
MIKE ARLO 







through Mu> I4lh 

A sWe-spliUing comedy aht>ijt an American fjniilvs 
adv^ttire (?i-a vKition-trip behind ihe Iron ( ur 
;iiti ' Wriitcn h> the ■iltca«i*;^mastcr of the mad 
story, the wild joke, the boffo snapper, the abso- 
lutely ludicrous situation . . . WOODY ALLEN. 
Academy Award nominee for Annie Hall', who 
also wrote "Play It Again Sam'" and -What . New 
Pussycat", 

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WEDNESDAY, MAYIO, 1978 



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Broadway hits Cox for the 15th year 



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/ \ JMToduction of "A Funny Tiling Happened on tlie Way 
^vtffitlie Forum." 




By JoanCoates 
SUN Editor 



problem than in the past . 

"It's a lot more difficult to get the larger cast 
coordinated. Garret said. 
T^ere is an on-stage cast of about 20 students, 14 
It might not be Broadway, but Cox High School is Jjyihe orchestra along with student conductor Jean- 
getting mighty close. ^ ,/ nette flork, and about 1 2 crew members backstage. 

'Hk choral an<rdramv4tudeni^i>f€inrirtlt present Thirplay wjb tfre flrat t'mi: Sonheim #rote both 
their 15th season of musical comedy this Wednesday music and lyrics for a single production and 



night when they open with Stephen Sonheim's "A 
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." 

According to James Garrett, the English and 
drama teacher who has directed the last 14 shows. 
Cox plans two major productions a year. 

"In the fall, we present a straight play and then in 
the spring we do a musical comedy. The difference in 
the two balances out by giving opportunities for 
more people to get involved." 

Together with musical director, William E. Boyll, 
Garrett and students have presented in past seasons 
such hits as, "Oliver," "Man of La Mancha," 
"Godspell," "Candide," and "West Side Story." 

About 50 students are involved in this year's 
production which has caused more of a coordination 



originally intended it for Zero Mostel. The plot cen- 
ters around old Roman comedy with all the charac- 
ters stereo-typed and stock figures. 

"The theme depicts the idea of tragedy tomorrow, 
but comedy tonight," Garret explained. 

The play deals with a slave who wants to gain his 
freedom. His young master promises his freedom if 
he gains him a bride. But the girl has been bought by 
someone else and the conflict arises. 
. The assistant director is Bess Hodges and stage 
manager is Brenda Morris. 

The curtain is set at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night . 
through Saturday night in the school auditorium. 
Ticket information can be obtained through the 
school. 



Jolin McGralli sliares a tender moment with Lori Jones. 







Bonnie Belile does lier two steps for tlie crowd. 



Mtlie Russell as l^seudolus the slave, leads Jbhn Harvey 
and Kevin Humphreys. 




Kay Sanders spreads her wings. 



Jonmark Stone as Hysterium givn a wild io^k to Sam 
Shirley as Erronius. 



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Blue grass music to string quartets 
offered in music and dance fesfiVa/ 



The fast Virginia Beach Music and Dance FesAval will be 
held May 18 through May 28. Sponsored by the Virginia 
Beach Department of Parks and Recreation performing arts 
unit, festival activities will be held at the Virginia Beach 
Recrration Coiter. 800 Monmouth Lane. 

A wide variety of groups and artists have been invited to 
partidpate in this new undertaking. Each night a diffa-ent 
|V(Vram will be of f^ed with a variety of artists ranging from 
blue grass to string quartet, classical baOet to African modem 
dance. 

The schedule of events is as follows: 

May 18, 8 p.m., recital by Timothy Olbrych, classical 
guitarist. 

May 19, 8 p.m., the Virginia Beach Conununity Ballet 
Company. 

May ^ 3 p.m., the Virginia Beach Conununity Ballet 
Company: 8 p.m.. the Norfolk State String Quartet. 

May 21, 3 p.m., Selb/Oreek dance poup; 8 p.m., die 

Virginia Beach Department of Parks and Recreation 
performing arts unit's mime company, modem dance 
company and "Peter and the Wolf' by the ballet company. 



May 22, 8 p.m., Nothin' Doin*. BluegraM Cmmtry Band. 

May 23. 8 p.m., the Y0U14 Artists Brass Quintet. 

May 24, 8 p.m.. the Virginia Beadi Folk Dancers. 

May 25, 8 p.m., the IHy Break Singers. 

May 26, 8 p.m., concert of eariy mudc by the Norfolk 
Camoata. 

May 27, 3 p.m., recital by Patrice Sliders, ciasrical 
contralto; 8 p.m., modem African dance by the J A J 
Dancoi. 

May 28, 1 p.m., the St(^book Theatre by the perfonning 
arts unit; 3 p.m., the U.S. Navy Show Band. 

The prc^am for the last day of the muric and dance fettival 
will stari at 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 28. The diowmoWle will 
be used as the stage. Families are encouraged to pimic on the 
lawn. 

The Virginia Beach Friends of Music, Inc. has end<med this 
special event. All performances are free, however, 
reservations are encour^ed. The box office will be o^pta from 
1 1 a.m. until 9 p.m. evoy day beginning May 13. ReMrvatiMU 
may be made 1^ calling the Virginia Beach Reoeation Center 
at 499-1281. 



Latin students hold invitational Olympics 



The fourth annual Virginia Invitational Olympics will be 
held Saturday. Blay 13. at Bayside High School. 4960 
Haygood Road, Vir^nia Beach, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p jn. 

The Olympics are field events for Latin students of eight 
secondary schools in the Tidewater area. Anumg this year's 
participants wiU be Bayside Junior. Bayside High, Cox High, 
Independence Junior Kellam High and Plaza Junior of 
Virgbiia Beach. 

Thei>lympic8 were begun by John Cnite. Latin teacher at 
Manor ffigh School, so that Latin students could'compete in 
"athktic" contests as well as scholastic uid art and craft 
competitions. 

The events are somewhat similar to the ancient Greek 
games. The discus throw has been replaced by the frisbee 
throw and the deeathalon by the obstacle course. The e^ht 
events are the chariot race, the obstacle courses for boys and 
girls, the egg toss, Uie p<^ stick race, a girl's 440 relay race, 
the tug of war, and the frisbee throw. 

The Olympics will begin with a parade of contestants 
preceded by the emperor of the games. Professor Stuart 
Wheeler of the University of Richmond. Also part of the 
:q)ening ceremony wOI be the Pontifex Maximus, the high 
priest of the BamMn state, who will offer the proper 
sacrifices to Jtqtiter and inq>eet the auspices. All 
paitteipants will redte the Olympic creed, and the torch will«, 
be brought in. 

Teams winning first^place will receive 10 points, second 
place seven points, and third place five pdnts. Whidiiaver 
sdiool aeeumolatas the greatest numb» of points in aD 
events wOl be dedared the winner and gain posMSsibn of tKe 
official trq>fay untfl that school is defeated in subsequent 
Olympics.^st winners are Independence Junu>r in 1975, 
Bayside Hig^ in 1976 and Manor H^^ in 1977. 

bdividuid winners will receive rflbbons for their efforts. 



and all first plaee winners will receive the tradttioaal award 
of the Olympic ^unes- the laurel wreath. 

A spedal award will be presented for the bast duak/L 
Chariots are judged (Hi soundness of emstruetioB. gwieral 
^>pearanee and originality. They are dea^gned nod 
decorated by the students of eadi sdMol to'ebaradariae 
either their abna maber or some mythologkal liaro. 

The public is invited to attend, lliere ia no ' 
charge and lunch will be available on seho(d grounds. 



SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 
VmGINIA INVITATIONAL OLYMPICS 



9:30 Judging of Chariots and Parade lineiq) 
10:00 Pande and Opening CeremoniM 
10:45 Girl's Relay Race-Preliminary Rounds 
11:15 Tug ol War-Prelinunary Round 
11:80 Pogo SUck Race 
11:45 Chariot Race 
12:15 Finals of Girl's Relay Race 
12:25 Lunch 

1:00 E|S Toss 

1:80 Frisbee Throw 

2:00 Tug of War Semifinals 

2:16 Boy's Obstacle Course 

2:45 GirteOtetade Coufsr 

3H)0'^^ War i^Mls gid Consolatk» Rooad 

3:15Awarair1^i«i^*^ 

Times for late morning and afteniDon events are 
tentative-subject to the length of time needed to ccnnplete 
early events. 



Daughters of America convene at Cavalier 



The 66th annual sessitm of the Dau^ters of America in 
Virginia will take place i^ the Cavalier Oceaolront hotel May 
13-16. 

Amelia Spiotta of Vii^inia Beach, state councilor, and her 
associate, Charies Shana of Fairfax, will preside. 

A reception will be held on Saturday night. May 14 at 8 
p.m. m "nie Cavalier hotel across Pacific Avenue from the 
new Cavalier. 

The state councilor will receive the national officers 
attending the convention. Expected to be here for the 



sessions are Ethel Homer of Pennsylvania, councilor; £!laie 
Craft of Kentucky, vice eouncOor; Grace TroUinger of 
Virginia, past junior couneik>r; Ethel Hombeck ot New 
York, treasurer, and all other natioud (^eers and 
conunittees. 

On Sunday night. May 14. entertainment will be given by 
The Christianaries of the Laurel Avenue Church of Christ. 

Business sessions will convene the fdlowing nuxving at 9 
o'clock. 

New officers will be installed at the final sessimi <m 
Tuesday evening. May 16. at 8 o'dock. 



Painter opens show at Hilltop Mutal 



Vance Mitchell, a native of Tidewater, has opened a one 
. jnan art show at Mutual Federal Savings and Loan's Hilltop 
^-^orth office. The sho|p is scheduled to run through the 
;"Sfnonth of May. 

'■ Mitchell has received considerable recognition as an artist 
and has wtm over 150 national and regioniJ awards. His most 
^:ent awards include Judge's Choice Award at the 
'etersburg Art Festival and the first place award at the 
irginia Beach Boardwalk Art Show. 
A&tchell's work has been reproduced in a number of art 




books including the recent "Painting With Acrylics" by 
Barclay Sheaks. His paintings have been (» exhibit 
throughout the United States and many are in private and 
commercial collections. 

His work on display at Mutud's WMo^ North oiRee is a 
wide variety of lancscapes, seascapes and ^[ure studies 
done in mixed media. He is known for his mastery of many 
materid^and techniques of painting and cdlage. 

Hours for the show are fiwx 10 a. m. until 5 pjn.. Monday 
through Thursday and 10 a.m. untO 6 p.m. on FrMay. 



Science fair winners named 



Three Vtginia Beach students won first place awards in 
tte 27th ai^ual Tidewater Science Fair held April 1 at Plaza 
Junior )%h Schod. The students are George Dim and 
Frank Kctbm of Kellam High Schod and Christine 
Mltockei (tf KempsviUe Junior High Schod. 

Uon won first place for his project in mathematics; 
KeHan wom^icx his in earth/space sciences. Miss Milbocker 
was dted ft* her project in the btd(%y category. 

Other winoerb were: Card Ann Wcese, second place, 
physics, a^ Michael ^filbcclcer, honorable mention, 
mathemoiici, Kempsville High, and Matthew Hc^end(*ler, 
bte iMntioit. chemistry. First Colonial High. 



Also, Chris Stewart, second place, behaviocial and social 
sciences. Independence Junior High; Cardyn Painter, third 
place, behaviwial and social sciences, Lynnhaven Junior 
High, and R<*ert J. Cc»le, second place, clwmistry, PUa 
Juniw High. 

In addition to these, several awards also were given from 
various wganizations. Mbs Weese received certificates 
frcmi the Navy and the Junior Engineering Technical 
Society. Miss Milbocker received a certificate from the 
Department of the Interiw; Kellam and Dion were dttd by 
the Air Fwce; and Patricia Sue Via of First Cdonial Mgh 
w,;re honored by the Virginia Eye FoundatiOT. 



TCC b/^es ... 




Mike Summers, Nannette Birdwell and Nancy Woodard 
begin the twenty mile round trip from Seashore State 
Park. 




SGA senator Jim Coats and SGA treasurer Maria 
George await for bikers to register at the starting point 
in Seashore State Park. 




Tommy Dranls arrives at tiu final check-point ai 64th 
Street. Fatti Smith of TCC flHs out bis checkpoint card. 



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Eighty-eight bikers and joggers braved threatening 
skys and a chilly wind to ride and walk for those who 
can't this past Sunday. 

The twenty mile bike marathon sponsored by 
Tidewater Community College in cooperative with the 
Muscular Dystrophy Association raised over $2,400. 

The Bike-A-Thon route incorporated the Boardwalk 
bike trail with the 300 year old country lane through 
Seashore State Park. 

Food and drink for the participants was provided by 
Burger King and 7-up. Two ten speed bikes were given 
away, one to the participant with the highest pledge 
total, and one from a drawing of those that raised over 
fifty dollars in pledges. 



ilennifer Moll and SGA vice-president Scott Cummings 
assist bikers at the 38th Street check point. Lonna 
Crouch has her card checked while Robert Huntington 
and Steve Langham adjust their packs for the final third 
of the trip. 





BIke-a-thon coordinator and SGA president. Sue 
Hockert, has her bike checked by Bike-A-thon 
mechanic Charlie Cox. 



Michael Marks, district director for the Muscular 
Dyslropher Association, looks pleased with the turnout 
for the first annual bike-a-thon. Despite grey skys and a 
damp wind, 88 participants raised over $2,400 for the 
event. 



Photos by Bob Bridges 




SGa president-elect, George Everett, who planned the 
twenty-mile route, rides off to check out the first leg of 
the route. 




Chedc point voluntcw Steve Rochkind receives word 
that lunch is on the way from SGA advisor Del Karlsen, 
student intrumural assistant, Ray Cooper and MUA 
district director Michael Marks. 




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inia Beach Public Notices 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CITY OF 

VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 5TH DAY OF 
MAY, 1978. 

GERALD D. 

WHEALTON, 
Complaintant, 

vs. 

MARY L. WHEALTON, 

etal 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



THE object of the 
above stylsd suit is to par- 
tition in one of the modes 
as provided by law those 
certain lots or parcels of 
land situate in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia: 

Lot20, Block 13on 
the Amended Plat 
of Diamond 

Springs Homes 
duly of record in 
the aforementioned 
Clerk's Office in 
Map Book 32, 
pages 70 and 72. 

AND it appearing 
from the averments of the 
Bill of Complaint filed 
herein and by Affidavit 
duly filed: 

'' ' ' <' 

FIRST: That the 
following defendants' last 
known post office ad- 
dresses are unknown 

• Mary L. Whealton 
Gerald p. 

Whealton, Jr. 
Karen Lynn 

Borroughs 

—SECOND: That said 
named defendants may 
l%ei died leaving heirs, 
doroees or personal 
re^sentatives and if so 
the names of said heirs 
devisees or personal 
representatives arc 
unknown and their last 
known office addresses 
are unknown that there 
are or may be persons 
other than those named in 
the Bill of Complaint in- 
terested in the real estate 
to be disposed of in this 
suit whose names and last 
known post office ad- 
dresses are unknown. 

It is therefore ordered 
that the above named per- 
sons if living or if dead 
their heirs, devisees and 
personal representatives 
and if married their 
resistive consorts, and 
all persons and all persons 
other than those herein 
named, who are or might 
be interested in the teal 
estate to be disposed of in 
this suit whose names are 
unknown, do appear on or 
befdi-e the 26th of June, 
I97d and do what is 
nasfSSary to protect their 
interests. It is further or- 
dered that the forgoing 
portion of this or^er by 
publi^ed once a week for 
four successive* weeks in 
the Virginia ^ach Sun, a 
newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

TESTE: John V. Fentress. 
Clerk, Circuit Court. 
By: Paiii A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Ijflalr O. Glasser, p.q. 
Military Hwy. 
PQ^x 13336 
C^Hmcake, Virginia 



5/17, 5/24. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court (rf the City of 
Virginia Beach, VA. on the 
10th day of April, 1978. 

William C. Northern. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Rosetta B. Northern, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds 
of one year separation. 

And an afRdavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of tlw State ot Virginia, the 
Jast known post office add- 
v«ss being unknown. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 31st of May, 
1978. and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Qerk. 
Larry B. Slipow, p.q. 
First & Merchants Natl 
Bank Bldg. 
P.O. Box 3291 
Nafolk, VA. 23314 

VBS 4/19, 4/26,' 5/3, 5/10 



LEGAL NOTICE 

JANET R NEMEROFF 

PRESUMPTION OF 
DEATH 

Pursuant to Sec. 64.1- 
1 10, Code <rf Virginia, Notice 
is hereby given that the 
Circuit Court of Bedford 
County, Virginia has deci- 
ded that Janet H. Nemer<^ 
is presumed deceased due to 
her absence from her place 
of residence at Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, for more 
thui seven (7) years; her 
address, residence, or 
whereabouts being un- 
known. 

Notice is hereby given to 
Janet H. Nemeroff, if alive, 
or any person knowing her 
whereabouts, or acting on 
her behalf, to produce to the 
Qrcuit Court of Bedford 
County, Virginia, or a Judge 
thereof in vacation, oo or 
before June 15, 1978, satis- 
factory evidence (rf the con- 
tinuance in life of Janet H. 
Nemeroff; and if no response 
to this Notice is received by 
said date, funds now held l^ 
said Court for Janet ¥L 
Nemeroff will be distributed 
according to law. 

By Order of the Court. 

Pickett, SfMin & Lyle, p.q. 
Attorneys at Law 
101 North Lynnhaven Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Bdling Lambeth, p.q. 
Harrison BuiUing 
Bedford, Virginia 

VBS-3/22, 3/29, 4/4, 4/12, 
4/19, 4/26, 5/3, 5/10,3/17. 
5/24, 5/31 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



IN THE VIRGINIA, 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH IN 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
ON THE 1ST DAY OF 
MAY, 1978. 

ROBERT C. BOINT, on 
behalf of Mary M. Boint 
and Brian R. Boint infants 



Petitioner, 



V. 




WILLIAM E. ROBERTS, 
etal. 

Respondents 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is, 
in part, the determination 
of the custody of Brian R. 
Boint. whose natural 
father is Kenneth Heyl. 

It appearing from an af- 
fidavit thai Kenneth Heyl 
is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia and that 
his last |x>st office addr«s 



is unknown, it is hereby 
ORDERED that Kenneth 
Heyl appear before this 
court on or before June 
23, 1978, a period fifty 
(SO) days from the date of 
this Oder, which Order is 
to be published in a 
newspaper with general 
circulation in the Virginia 
Beach, Virginia area and 
protect his ♦ interests 
herein. 

An Extract Teste: 

Craig T.Redinger 

Counsel for Robert C. 

Boint 

409 Park Street 

Charlottesville, Virginia 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk. 

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5/31 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress, Clerk. 

By J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 

Clerk. 

Wolcott, Spencer & 
Rivers, p.q. 
607 Plaza One 
Norfolk, Virginia 

VBS 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 
5/31 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 28th day of April, 
1978. 

Cathy Lynn Long Irby, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Wayne Alan Irby, v 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the Sute of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Route 2, Box 609, Nor- 
wood, North Carolina. It 
is ordered that Wayne 
Alan Irby do appear on or 
before the 20th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Thomas M. Ammons, III, 

p.q. 

%8South Oriole Drive 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

VBS 5/10, 3/17, 5/24, 
5/31 



OF ORDER 

PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 28th day of April, 
1978. 

Ida K. Brown, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Marlin T. Brown, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion for 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
diligence has b«n used 
without effect to ascertain 
the location of the defen- 
I dant, the last known post 
office address being 781 
Holtaday Lane, Virginia 
Beach. Virginia. It is or- 
dered that Marlin T, 
Brown do appear on or 
tefore the 20th of June, 
19^. and do w hat may be 
n«»ssafy to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 27th day of 
April, 1978. 

Karee McSween, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

David Murdock Mc- 
Sween, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of living separate 
and apart for a period of 
over one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
22 Lakeside Drive, Lyn- 
chburg, Virginia 24504. It 
is ordered that he do ap- 
pear on or before the 19th 
of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

William E. C'ulv^rhbuse, 

p.q. 

900 Commonwealth 

Place, Suite 105 

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

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5/31 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF 

VIRGINIA BEACH 



CAROL RILEY, 

Complainant, 
vs. 
THOMAS F. RILEY, 

Defendant. 

NOTICE 

TO: Thomas F. Riley 
c/o Marcie Uday 
227 Euclid 
Birmingham, Michigan 

Take notice that on the 
24th day of May, 1978, at 
10:30 a.m. in the offices 
of Floyd E. Kellam, Jr., 
2408 Princess Anne Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
the said Commissioner in 
Chancery to whom this 
matter has been referred 
by the Court, will conduct 
a hearing and take and 
receive evidence upon all 
issues involving in this 
proceeding. 

You will have no other 
opportunity to present 
evidence on your behalf. 

If for any reason said 
hearing be not commen- 
ced on the date and at the 
time above stated, or, if 
commenced be- not com- 
pleted on said date, the 
said hearing may be con- 
tinued by the Com- 
missioner in Chancery 
from date to date and time 
to time without' ftirthe? 
notice to any party. 

CAROL RILEY 

KENNETH R. JOHN- 
SON, p.q. 

308 Pembroke One 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 

VBS 5/10, 5/17 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va, on the 21st day of 
April, 1978. 

Sharon Hemmingo-, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jerry Lee Hemminger, 

Defendant. 

Hie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion - 
one year's separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
unknown. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 12th of June, 
1978, and do what be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Philip H. Mfcrs, p.q. 
Suite 200 Bel-Aire Bldg. 
1600 East Little Creek Rd. 
Norfolk. VA. 23518. 



VBS4/26, 54, 5/10, 5/17 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 1 7th day of 
April, 1978. 

Gary L. Harral, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Bemadette K. Harral, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of separation 
in excKS of one (1) yeai. 

And an affidavit having 
beoi made and filed that 
the (fefendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address 
being:2331 Common- 
wealth Street, Chicago, 
Illinois. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 7th of June, 1978, and 
do wlwt may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. 
F<entress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
D^uty Clerk. 

L^Kelberg 

p.q. 

Suite 101, 533 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia ^ad%, VA 23462 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 19th day of 
April. 1978. 

Frank Ott Bennet, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Tana Jene Holloway 

Bennett, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtaiii a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2024 Thomas Street, 
Beloit, Wisconsin. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
June, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



A dppy-teste: 
Fentress 



John V. 



By: Pptti A. Keenehan, 
Deput>^.Clerk. 

A. Andrew Ege, Jr. p.q. 
Professional Bldg. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the ISth day of 
April, 1978. 

Richard P. ReiU. 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Patricia A. Reitz, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been nmde and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2406 C. Monezuma, 
Florissart, Missouri 

63031. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 8th of June. 1978, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
'this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 



Jerome B. Friedman, p.q. 
160 Newtown Road, Suite 

416 

VirginU Beach, VA 23462 

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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court f the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 17th day of 
April, 1978, 

Wendy Lois Ewbank 

Adams, 

PlainUff. 

^sinst J 

Don Alton Adams, 

Defendant— 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et tboro to be 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii upon 
proper application being 
made from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion of 
the Complainant by the 
Respondent on or about 
February 25. 1978. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
109 S. 4th Street. 
Bradenton Beach, 
Florida. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 7th of June, 1978, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Stephen R. Margulies, 

p.q- 

Twenty-nine Selden 

Arcade 

Norfolk, VA. 23510 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 13th day of 
April, 1978. 

Delores Banks Boyd, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Kerry Boyd, Jr., 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without interruption and 
without cohabitation for 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
K-Troop, 3rd Squadron, 
3ril ACR, Fort Bliss, 
Tex^s. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
3th of June, 1978, and do 
what Imay be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-tTeste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patty A. Keenehan, 

Deputy, Clerk. 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
P.O. Box 625 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 3rd day of 
May, 1978. 

James Haven Christie, 

Plsiintiff, 

aginnst 

Ten Mae Boulanger 

Christie, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of «paration for 
more than one year to, 
wit: March 24, 1977. 

And an affidavit having 
been made^^^and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 



post office address being: 
c/o R.King, 16 Marion 
Avenue, Parry Sound, 
Ontario. It is ordered that 
sheHo appear on or. before 
the 20th of June, 1978. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Stephen R. Marguilies, 

p.q. 

TwentyrNine Selden Ar- 
cade 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 3rd day of 
May. 1978. 

William A. Johnson. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Lucy Atlee Carr Johnson, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinous separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: ,* 
c/o General Delivery, Pat- 
terson, New Jersey. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 20th of 
June. 1978, and do AidiatI 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

James R. McKenry, p.q. 

P.O. Box 1044 

Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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5/31 

^5RDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va, on the 13th day of 
AprU, 1978. 

Janet Susan Gates Doran, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

George Ashley Doran, 

Defendant, 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the »id defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
r^ictoit of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
5610 Seminole Street, 
Berwyn Heights, 
Maryland. It is orderol 
that he do appear on or 
before the 5th of June, 
19784 and do what may be . 
necessary to protect his 
inter«t in this suit. 



A, copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By;l Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

iTBfi^DonwIlyp.q. 
3 104 Ar,ctic Avenue 
Virgini^ Beach, VA. 
23451 

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VIK(:iNIA BKAtH SUN 1 I WKIJNfrSDAV MAV 10. 1971 ||| 



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IMiglnia Beach Public Notices cont'd 



VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 17th DAY OF April, 1978. 



In rer Adoption of Velenda' Jaye Bryant 

to be named Velenda Jay^ Dunn 

By: Dennis George Dunn and Velenda Smith Dunn, 
Petitioners 



To/ Donald Ray Bryant 
Fort Bragg 
Fayetteville, North Carolina 



ORDER 



This day came Dennis George Dunn and 
Velenda Smith Dunn, Petitioners, and represented 
that the object of this proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of thp above named infant(s), Velenda Jaye 
Bryant, by Dennis George Dunn and and affidavit 
having been made and filed that Donald Ray Bryant, 
a natural parent of said child, is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known post office address 
being: Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina. 

It is therefore Ordered that the said Donald 
Ray Bryant appear on or before the 7th day of June, 
1978 and indicate his attitude toward the 
prcH)0sed adoption, or otherwise do what is necessary 
to protect his interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy Clerk. 

Edward T.Caton,p.q. 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

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This suit is brought pursuant to the |m>vuaoas of 
S57-38.1 and S57-39 of the Code of Virgimt. is 
'amtoded, for the purpose of having the renuUns 
intitted inlhe abandoned graveyard locat«l on a pared 
dwcribcd as "Plat of Property to be Conveyed From 
Hie Estate of Robert Parke Jones to Broad Bay 
Propmies, Inc.". located in Lynnha^mi Bmou^. 
Greak Neck area on Board Bay, Virguiia Beadi. 
Virginia, removed to some more suiuble repository, by 
a rq;>utable funeral director, in strict accordaiKX with 
the standards of his profession, and in a maoim' having 
due respwiyfor the dead and the sensibilities of ttictr 
living heirs and next of kin. 

And affidavit having been made and filed that all 
parties respondent are unknown; that their wherodKHits 
are unknown and their last and present post office 
addresses are unknown; 

It is.accordingly ORDERED AND DECREED that 
the above named persons, the heirs at law and not of 
kin. Unknown Parties who may be intnred in the 
graveyard, and all parties having visitation or oUict 
rights in the graveyard located on the parcel designated 
"Plat of Property to be Conveyed From The Estate of 
Robert Parke Jones to Broad Bay Properties, Inc.", 
located in Lynnhaven Borough, Great Neck area on 
Broad Bay, Virginia Beach. Virginia, if living, or if any 
of them be dead then the surviving spouses, bdrs, 
devisees, and successors in title of such said defendant, 
whose last known post office address is unknown, and 
who are made parties defendant by the generd 
description of "Parties Unknown", do ap})ear or or 
before the 9th day of June, 1978. and do what is 
necessary to protect their interests. 

And it is further ORDERED that a copy of diis 
Order be published once a week for four successive 
weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun. a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of Virginia Be^i, 
Virginia, and that a copy hereof be posted at the ttoat 
door of the Courthouse of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. Virginia. 

ACopy-Teste: John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy Clerk. 

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Virginia: in the circuit court/ aerk's 

Office of the City of Virginia Beach on the 14th Day of 
April, 1978 

IN RE: ADOPTION OF JOSHUA Rl^^^fVJ^,^ 

1^ E^oie Montagnino ap;d Carol Montagnlno, 

Petitioners, 

TO LAWRENCE DAYTON PHELAN 

2201 Smith Boulevard 

Houston, Texas 7709 » 

ORDER 

This day came Eugene Montagnino and Card 
M(»ttgnino, Petitioi»rs, and reimsented that the 
object of this proceeding is to effect the adoption of the 
above-named infant, Joshua Russell Phelan, by Eugene 
Kfemtagnino and Carol Montagnino, bust>and and wife, 
and affidavit having been made and filed that Lawrence 
Dayt<m Phelan, a natural parent of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of Virginia, the last known post 
office ^dress being: 2201 South Boulevard, Houston, 
Texas, 77098. 

It b therefore ORDERED that the said Uwrence 
Dayton Phelan appear on or before t|ie 5th day of June, 
1978, and indicate his attitude toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do what is necessary to protect 
his interest in this matter. 



A Copy Teste: John V. Fentress, Qerk, 
By: Pttti A. Keenehan, Deputy Clerk. 

William H. Colona. Jr., p.q. 
1397 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23451 

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VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 
COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. 
ON THE 14th DAY OF April, 1978. 



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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT Clerk's Office 
OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 19th 
Day of April, 1978. 

BROAD BAY PROPERTIES, INC. 
a Virginia Corporation, 

Complaintant 
vs. 

ESTATE OF ROBERT PARKE JONES 



and 



Parties Unknown who may be interred in the graveyard 
and all parties having visitation or other rights in the 
^ graveyard located on a parcel in Lynnhaven Borough. 
Gmt Neck area on Broad Bay, Virginia Beach. 
Virginia, described as "Plat of Property to be Conveyed 
From The Estate of Robert Parke Jon« to Broad Bay 
Propenics, Inc.". said plat being record«l in the 
Clerk's Office of the Oreuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, in Map Book 124, at Page 47. 
If living, or if any of them be dead then the surviving 
tpcNis^. heirs, devisees, and successors in title of such 
said defendants, whose last known post office address is 
unknown, and who are made parties defemlant by the 
gemni description of "Parties Unknown", 

Defendants 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



The object of this proceeding is to sqwrate the 
above named infant, child of Patricia R(4)CTts A 
Richard Blackburn, permanently from its parent, 
parents, or guardian and to commit said infant to the 
care and custody of the Virginia Beach Department 
of Social Services with the right of said agoicy to 
consent to the infant's adoption. 

And an affidavit having been made and filed 
that Patricia Roberts & Richard Bbu;kbum is a 
property party to this procMding; but^e diligmce 
has been used to ascertain in wh|Pcf(HiiMy or 
corporation he is, without effect, it |pfeDERED 
that Patricia Roberts & Richard Blackburn do Mpptu 
hert within 10 days after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to i^otect their interest in 
this suit. 

A COPY TESTE: Elizabeth E. Henley, Clerk 

Kathy S. Brothers. Deputy Clerk 

Carolyn Tucker. 

Social Worker. Va. Beach 

Dept. of Social Services 

Petitioner 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OT THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 20 DAY OF 
APRIL. 1978 

IN RE: Discharge frcwj UaWlity to V. ^red 
Ethoridge. Fwmer Treasurer of the City <^ Virpi^ 
Beach. Virginia Chanc,No.C7«.3« 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



THIS MATTER cause to be h^ upM the 
petitMm of V. Alfred Etheridge, (mrnef trwsurer of the 
aty of Virginia Beach. Virginia, by OHimd, to be 
(fisdiarged from UiUHlity i»ir$uant to Se^CHi 58-933 of 
the CMfeof ^^rpnMi; and 

WHEREAS, the CertifKates reqnred by Section 
$8-933 of the Code of Virginia tavi^ been presoued to 
this Court; and 



WHEREAS, the aforesaid Section 58-933 of the 
Codf of Vi^uiia requires publication of nottee in a 
nem^pupet d»ignat«i by the Court oxux a week for a 
period of four succesuve wMks and by posting at the 
froitt (kxv of this Court, it is hereby ORDERED that 
the CSerk of this Court (1) publish a copy of this Order 
in the Virginia Beach Sun oncx a week for a period of 
fmir successive weeks and (2) post a copy of this Ordo' 
at ^ frmt door of this Court, stating that V. Alfred 
Ethe^e, former treasure of the Qty of Virpnia 
Beacii, will move the Court on the 16th day of Jum. 
1971; at 10:00 A.M. at the Courthouse thereof to enter 
an oid« of final discharge from liability to him. 

I ask for this: 

V. Alfred EUieridge. Jr. 
Attortiey f<w tlM Petitioner 

A Copy-Teste: John V. Fentress. Clerk 
By: J, A. Fruit, Deputy Clerk. 

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INVITATION FOR BIDS 



PROJECT: NEWLIGHT UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 



I. The City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, will receive 
sealed bids for the furnishing of all plant, equipment, 
UAtor and material, and the performing of all work for 
the above described project until: 3:30 P.M. current 
time on May 30, 1978 as the Office of the Utilities 
Engineer, Department of Public Utilities, Municipal 
Center. Virginia Beach, Virginia. Bids will be publicly 
opened and read aloud at 3:30 P.M. current time on 
May 30, 1978 at the Office of the Utilities Engineer, 
Depwtment of Public Utilities, Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. Bids are to be submitted on 
the atlliched form of Bid Proposal, in sealed envelopes 
bearing the bidder's name and address and clearly 
marked with the applicable following title: 

"B«d on Newlight Utility Improvements, 



8. Contracts I and II are separate contracts. Contractors 
may bid either or both contracts and the Owner may 
select separate bids for each contract . 

9. This project will be financed by Community Block 
Grant Funds from the United States Government. Bid- 
ders on this work will be required to comply with the 
Labor Standards Provisions applicable to Contracts 
governing Federally financed and assisted construction 
which are included in the Speci fications. 

The Contractor and his subcontractors shall be respoil- 
sible for all rules, r^uJations, and statutes pcrtainin| Ip 
or promulgated pursuant to the Housing and Develop- 
ment Act of 1974, as amended (Public Law 93-383). 

10. pie grantee will refrain from entering into any con- 
tract or contract modification with contractors and sub- 
contractors debarred from or who is ineligible fqr 
government contracts and federally assisted construc- 
tion contracts. 

The HUD Area Office will utilize the current con- 
solidated List of Debarred. Suspended, and Inelij^b 
Contractors. The Comptroller General's Consolidatfd 
List of Persons or Firms Currently Debarred for 
Violation of Various Public Contracts Acts Incor- 
porating Labor Standards Provisions will aisp be 
utilized. 

Wage determination rates shall be made a part of th« 
bid document and every subsequent contrKt and li^ 
contract for performance of construction work on iM^ 
project, and the wage rates contained therein shall m 
the minimum wage rates to be paid under such contfi^ 
by contractors and subcontractors on the job. *| 

11. All biddo's must consider the project arM 
(Newlight. the City of Virginia Beach) for suppliers iMid 
subcontractors when getting bid costs before niiaktnf 
their bid proposals. Satisfactory evidence may 'N 
requested. 

12. All prime contractors are required to utilize minority 
businesses for a minimum aggregate contract amoitht Of 
S2,000.00. The contractors are permitted to W9 
minority business outside the City of Virginia Beach § f* 
ter every effort has been made to use minority 
businesses within the City. Satisfactory evidenn of 
these efforts may be required..^ 



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,(i'jiiftii tiniMii'/ lu Vi' - -iftit hill- lUli 'ii oiijU fU'tfi 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 



In re George Gregory Roberts 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



Oty of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
aWTRACT I - Water System and Gravity . 
$eimage System." 

OR 

"Bid on Newlight Utility Improvements 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
COfffTRACT II - Sewage Pumping Station." 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 5TH DAY OF 
MAY, 1978. 



2. The Words "Owner", "City" or "Grantee" shall be 
used to designate the duly constituted municipal gover- 
nrooit of the City of Virginia Beach acting through the 
properly authorized representatives. 

3. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids 
in acoirdance with applicable State and Local law, rules 
and refiilati(Hu. 

4. No bids may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) 
days after schedtiled closing time for receipt of bids, ex- 
cept that pursuant to Title II. Chapt^ 4. Section 11- 
20.2. Code of Virginia, Option No. 1. and Sections 3 
and H in the Instructions to Bidders as to method of 
withdrfwal. 

* 

5. ffid documents may be obtained by contractors from 
the Office of the Department of Public Utilities. 
Muaidpal Center, Virginia Beach. Virginia, with the 
undemanding that Plans and Specifications will be 
rttumcd in good condition within five (5) days after 

[ of bids. 



In re: Adoption of 
MELISSA NICOLE 
LASSITER 

By: MARVIN MAURICE 
DUNSTON and MINNIE 
DELORIS DUNSTON. 
Petitioners 



6. Bids must be accompanied by certified check or bid 
bond, lor not less than five percent (5% ), of the total bid. 
made pa^Me to the City of Virginia Beach. Perfor- 
mance and Payment Bond with an acceptable surety in 
an amount equal to 100 peixxnt of the ContnKt price 
wiU be fetHiired as a oindition precedent to the award of 
the CoMract by the Owner. 

7. Ctmtna I indixks the construction of a water system 
and a gravity sanitary sewerage system complete with 
manhole, deanouts. rises, force main aiHl aiqnir- 
tfTMiiMT* The approximate quantities of items to be in- 
cluded are as follows: 

(a) 4 Sanitary Sewer CUamouts 

(b) 43 Sanitary Sewe Manholes 

(c) 90M L.F. 8" Gravity Sewer Line 

(d) lOM L.F. 10" Gravity Sewer Line 

(e) 3I4L,F. 10" Sanitary Sewer Force Main 
(0 1 Force Main Air Voit 

^ UfSeweServkxLatealsandCleaMHiu 

^) 806 L.F. 12" Ckavity Sewer Line 

(i) 806 L.F. 16" Gravity Sewer Line 

(j) iXm L.F. 8" C.I.M. J. Water Line 

(k) 1570 L.F. 6" C.I.M.J. Water Line 

(1) 9rir«Hydranu 

(m) 96 Water Service Laterals 

9 

Contract II includes the instruction of a reinforcMJ 
oooCTae aiMl mascMiry traU pamp station, iiKluding 
pttm|». dectrical work, {Npewmk and misceUaimNis 
related «wwk. complete ami r^y for operatMn. 



To: Jesse Smith 
Vir^nia Beach. VA. 

ORDER 



;?This day came 
IMRVIN MAURICE 
DUNSTON and MINNIE 
DELORIS DUNSTON. 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proneding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant, MELISSA 
NICOLE LASSITER, by 
MARVIN MAURICE 
DUNSTON and MINNIE 
DELORIS DUNSTON, 
husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been m^le 
and filed that JESSE 
SMITH, a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said JE^E 
SMITH appear on or 
before the 26th of Juik. 
19^ and indicate his at- 
titude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 



A c<HV-Te$te: 

John V.Fentress. Clerk 



By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 

Wade P. Battis, p.q. 
BylerBldg., Suite 200A 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

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ORDER Of 

PUBLICATION 

In the aerk's Office qf 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Bm^, ' 
VA, on the 3rd dny of 
May, 1978. 

Cynthia Louise Hift^n- 

son. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Michael Andrew Higgin- 

son. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit ^ 
to obtain a divorce a vi^ 
culo matrimonii from tlie 
said defendant, upon tN 
grounds of one year 
seiMration. 

And an affidavit havii^ 
been made and filed thft 
the defendant is a in^ 
resident of the &ate ^ 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bffi^ 
IM3 Shop No.5. UIS 
NImiu. CVN-68. F.P.qi. 

New York. NY 09901. Hi 
ordered that he do appfir 
c» or befwe the 2ph df 
June. 1978, and do^wlMl 
may be necessary If 
ptoitfA his inteKst in t|ik 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Cherk. 

Bernard G. Barrow, p.q. 
3104 Arctic Avenue 
Virginia Beach. VA23«t 

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6B VIRGINIA BKACH StN 1 I WEDNESDAY MAY 10, 1978 



Virginia Btach Public Noticas cont'd 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF ORDER 

PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 25th day of 
April, 1978. 

Lonnie J.King, Jr., 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Shirley C. King, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of willful 
desertion and abandon- 
ment as of April 1, 1978 
under the provisions of 
Section 20-95 and 20-91 
(6) of the Code of Virginia 
(1950) as amended. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Route 4, Box 113, 
Brookhaven, Mississippi, 
39601. 



It is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
15th of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA. on the 27th day of 
April, 1978. 

William Timoth^emph, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Cynthia Barker Kemph, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Spartanvilla, Apartment 
1-G, Spartanburg, South 
Carolina. It is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
before the 19th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this 'suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy, Clerk. 

Donald E. Lee, Jr., p.q. 
2625 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23456 

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A copy -Teste; 
John V.Fentress 

mi&') hna .ncoH na/Btiti.n^'J > .- 



■■if. 



By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 



Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
105. N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 19th day of 
April, 1978. 

Ruth E. Akright, 
Plaintiff, 
against 
Leon Akright, 
Defendant. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 25th day of 
April, 1978. 



Susan Lee Upchurch, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Melvin Leigh Upchurch, 

Defendant. 



Tlie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo rnatrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Strike, Naval Air Test 
Center, Patuxent River, 
Maryland, 20670, It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
June, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy'Teste: John , V. 
Fentress 

Patti A. Keenehan. 
Dqjuty Clerk. 



WiUum F. Burnside, p.q. 
P.O. mn lOe 
Viffiift Beach, VA. 
23451 

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The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion - 
more than one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: Site Incorporated, 
P.O. Box 1108, Chester, 
South Carolina. It is or- 
dered that he do appear oh 
or before the 1 5th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Thomas F. Betz, Jr., p.q. 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

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In re: Adoption of an in- 
fant male child under the 
age of fourteen years to 
named Bradley Scott Ren- 
shaw 

By: Richard Lee Renshaw 
and Susan Kahl King Ren- 
shaw, 

Petitioners 

to: Russell Rhea Jarvis 
llSOOReisterstownRd. 
Reistertown, Md. 

ORDER 



This day came 
Richard Lee Renshaw and 
Susan Kahl King Ren- 
shaw, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Bradley Scott Harvis, by 
Richard Lee Renshaw and 
Susan Kahl King Ren- 
shaw, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
Russell Rhea Harvis, a 
natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 1 1800 Reister- 
stown Road, Reister- 
stown, Maryland 22136. 

; It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Russell 
Rhea Jarvis appear before 
this Court on or before the 
19th of June, 1978 and in- 
dicate his attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
. terest in this ihatter. 

A copy teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Clerk. 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Samuel I. White, p.q. 
White and Marks, Attor- 
neys 

803 Plaza One Building 
P.O. Box 3302 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 



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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLtRK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 2ND DAY OF 
MAY, 1978. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 2nd day of 
May, 1978. 

Armand E. Volturno, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Eleanor V. Volturno, 

£)efendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of over one year 
separation and not 
cohabitating. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
99 North Broadway, Nor- 
th Versailles, Pen- 
nsylvania 15137. 

It is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
19th of May, 1978. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
" Fentress 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Armand E. Volturno 

4510 A. Ocean View 

Avoiur 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23455 • 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 4th day of 
May, 1978. , 

Sarah Frances Chesson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Calvin Chesson, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin* 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of continuous 
separation for a period of 
more than one (1) year 
pursuant to Section 20-91 
(9) of the Code of 
Virginia, 1950, as amen- 
ded. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
49 Stanton Street, New 
York, New York. It is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 26th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

James E. Brydges, Jr., 

p.q. 

P.O. Box 626 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23451 

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4t 



ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION^ "^^^^'' 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 4th day of 
May, 1978. 

Elizabeth Jean Morris 

Sharpe, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

William Edmund Sharpe, 

Jr.. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of continuous 
separation for a period of 
more than one (1) year 
pursuant to Section 20- 
91(9) of the Code of 
Virginia, 1950. as amen- 
ded. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, having 
used due diligence in an 
effort to locate him; that 
his last known post office 
address was Box 12402, 
Norfolk, Virginia; and 
that the said Defendant 
maintains a permanent 
address for purposes of 
military retirement com- 
munications which is c/o 
Thelraa Paxton, 15 Rose 
Avenue, Savannah, 

Georgia. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 26th of June, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
ternt in this suit. 

A c<H>y-Teste: John V.' 

Fentress 

By: Patti A, Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

James E. Brydges, Jr., 

p.q. 

35th Street and Pacific 

Ave. 

P.O. Box 626 

Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va. on the 19th day of 
April. 1978. 



Gloria Dene Singleton, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Ricky Angelo Singleton, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
3610 Rolling Meadows 
Drive, Augusta, Georgia. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
9th of June, 1978. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Michael E. Bowemian, 

p.q. 

Suite 104, Plaza Square 

Bldg. 

3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, VA 234;}2 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 25th day of 
April, 1978. 

JoEUen Stampley, 

Plaintiff. 

a^inst 

Bruce K. Stampley. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia the last known 
post office address being: 
16 Manor Close, Henfield 
Sussex BN5, LB 9, 
England. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the I5th of June, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 



AcoR'-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 



By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 

Michael E. Bowerman, 

p.q. 

Suite 104, Plaza Square 

Wdg. 

3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Be«:h, VA 23452 

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PvNfe Notice 

Notic* is imvby i^vts that the City Coundl oi the City oi VirginiiB Beach. Virginia, will hold 
8 regidar nettiilg ^ i^ (My Coiuidl Chambers. Administration Building, Municipal Center 
PriMtM AmwBqroi^.ViiViBia Beach. Virgmja. at 2K)0 p.in., on Monday, May 8th, 1978 for 
the piffpOM of iloUtaif a PoUk Heuing on tlw proposed budget for the City of Virginia Beach 
fiH' the fiieal yMT biffatBtaf July 1, 1978 ud ending June 30, 1979. 

Appended Imrto ii a eoBamaed aununary of the proposed budget: 

Citjr ef Vhftato Beedi, Virginia 
SinOIAiY OP BEVENIIE8 BY SOURCE 

Fiieal Year EndlacJitiie 30, 1979 1978.1979 



(Senwal Pr^iarty TUei 
Other Local TaxM 
LieeitMS. Pormits and 

PrivikfeaFeof 
Fines and ForMtuiM 
From Use of Money and 

Preporty 
Fr(Hn the OmmMnwoalth 
From the Federal (lovoranient 
FrcwH Other Ag onci o a 
Service Chaq^ea for (Current 

Services 
Sale <rf Commoditiee and 

Properties 
Miscellaneous Revenue 
N<» Revenue Roee^ 

TOTAL REVENUES 

AM: 

Financing frwn Unanvqtriated 
Fund Balances 



Actael 
1WM977 


Estimated 
1977-1978 


Estinuted 


Percentage 
of Total 


$32371.888 
18,121.641 


$ 36,484,793 
20,003.000 


$ 39,965,059 
23.942,000 


26.18 
15.68 


6,668.090 
560.491 


' 7.029345 
518.000 


7.993,440 
823,500 


5.24 
.54 


1.250.663 

40.645312 

6,963.089 

111348 


1373,916 

41,888337 

5311.613 

112.350 


1,886,265 
45,139,722 
6,627,668- 
186,350 


134 

29.56 

4.34 

.12 


8.652,061 


5,139357 


6,944,898 


4.55 


4314366 

121,455 

43993I6 


5314,543 

91,900 

3,963,419 


6,209318 

91315 

4,527,552 


4.07 

.06 

2.97 



$120.169369 $127,730,873 $144,337,787 9435 



-0- 5,420,166 8,348,094 5.45 

TOTAL FINANCING REQUIRED $120,169,569 $133,151,039 $152,685,881 100.00 

City oi Viiiiya Beach, Virginia 

8UII1IA9Y OF EXPENDITURES BY DEPARTMENT 

risaal Year EMiiBgJiuie90, 1979 

1978-1979 
Eip e ndiim es Bodget Budget Percentage 

1976-1977 1977-1978 of Total 



Legislative 

EzeenUve 

Uw 

Finance 

Personnel 

Judicial 

HeaHh 

Social Servicoe 

Police 

Public Works 

Parks andReereatkm 

Library 

Planning . 

Agriculture 

Eeonmnk Devek^HBeot 

(^neral Services 

Boards and ComwiaaioBs 

Fire 

Public Utilities 

DataProeeesinf 

Permita and Inq^eetions 

Mental Health 

Bdwatiwi 

DeMSirViiie:.^'''^''"'''' 

School , 

General 

Utility 
Non-Departmental 
Reserve for Contingeneiea 



710396 

476388 

217362 

8,746,605 

200345 

2386313 

572303 

6,096,498 

7.020387 

11,121,678 

2396.735 

1,048,731 

898337 

202396 

1,024373 

2388371 

511328 

8,066337 

6.774,699 

1,169,771 

554,405 

749308 



..Ht 



'mir* 



8346388 
3363,663 
3.086.663 
1,427.468 
■0- 



1 752.837 

672.045 

293.777 

6.447.169 

241.959 

2,626314 

602.123 

4324.421 

7315378 

12.061.467 

3,424.753 

1.095337 

414397 

240.195 

1360.799 

3.197.786 

,451304 

3.157.567 

8332.927 

1.649338 

624.386 

1350.128 

58^(124 

4.113,775 

4i778,952 

3,489319 

602,000 

976,462 



fi 



; 695313 

739,144 

341,763, 

7,948363 

268,431 

3,199,435 

653,704 

4,684356 

8,381371 

13,776,022 

3,707,801 

1327,545 

459317 

251.198 

1,477,521 

3,712,440 

410,628 

3,667,733 

8,997,781 

1,808,396 

712372 

1.454.266 

|?.219.^^i. 

4.793,802 
5,176,276 
5310,055 
1,022,500 
1,588303 



.46 

.48 

32 

531 

.18 

2.10 

.42 

3.07 

5.49 

9.02 

2.43 

.80 

.30 

.16 

.97 

2.43 

38 

2.40 

5.89 

1.18 

.46 

.95 

433^, 

3.14 
3.39 
3.48 
.68 
1.04 



TOTAL BUDGET 



$117,736,965 $133,151,039 $152,685,881 100.00 



City of VIrgiBia Beach, Virginia 

BPAI4E8TATETAX RATE - 1979 TAXABLE YEAR 

Ttt rate im'M te eadlllOO of assessed value of real estote 



Six.B4Mwi|^ Mosquito 
GerermMot SdiodDebt Contnd 



Total Rate 
FY 1979 



LyiriiaTip 



.71 


$ 31 


1 32 


f 32 


.n 


31 


■. 


30 


jn 


31 


32 


32 


.n 


31 


.02 


32 


.71 


31 


- 


30 


.n 


31 


.02 


32 


.7f 


31 


.' 


30 


.» 


31- 


32 


32 


.If 


- 


.02 


31 



The assOTsment ratio b 100% of fair market value. 

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE TAX LEVY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY AND 
MACHINERY AND TOOLS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1979. 

BE rr ORDAINED BY THE COUNCH, OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



1. 



of lovy m taagible personal fmpaty. 



ITiere shaU be levied and collected toe general purposes for the 1979 calendar year taxes on 
all tangible pwsooal prafmrty, n^ exempt from taxation and not otherwise provided for in 
this Ordinanee, tt tiw n«e of six dtdlars ($6) on each one hundred dollars ($100) of assessed 
valuation thweof. Hm rate ia^oeed by this sectifm shall be applied on the basis of 45% of the 
fair maricet vahie el audi porsmal pn^rty. 



Sectisat. 



•I levy on esttain vdddes daseified as personal property used as moUe 



Thwe shaU be levied and ooDeeted for graeral puiposes for the calendar year 1979 taxes on 
all vehicles without motor poww as denied in Section 36-71 of the Code of Virginia (1%0), as 
uwnM. used of doajgnafod to be used as nubile homes or office or for trther means of 
haMtatkm 1^ aigr poraen. on «pdi one hundred d^Un ($100) of assessed valuation thereof, 
baaed m the foBoedi^ tax rates: 



Tcrtal Rate 1979 

$ 32 

30 
32 

30 
32 
30 
32 
31 



Bayside 

Bli^nrater 

Ken^MYflle 

Lynidiai^ 

PrineMaAMM 

PrfaieMa Aano Moaqtfto 

Pungo 

PungoMosqvdto 

Viri^iaBead 



Tt» p«wnal pr^ierty ndes which have been prescribed in this section shaU be applied on 
the hum el mm biwkrod pneeatum oi the fur maricet value of such personal property. 

Sortleni. A ms M i i etlovyenalboatoeriratwrcratt wrfwr Bve ttws twirttan used far barineis 



Tbwe rtall be bvied aniedlected for the catendar year 1979 for general pui^Kises taxes on 
aO boats «r vatMwaft mdor ttn tias Iwttoi laed fa- business or pleasure, at the rate of six 
itnu^mimmAmt hai^«ddelan^($lfl09 ^amaa^ vahiatKm th»«<rf. Tto^nteimpMed 
by Ml soctiM AaB be en tiie tei^ of kftj-nv pereentum of the fair market value of such 
peraoMl ^ep«rty. 

of levy en "eertilod pelh^ieB eeatrel e«|«ipm«it and tocttties" dashed as 



T 






Zg_Vl^lNIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, Wn 



T 



VIrtfitfa Beach PubNe NotlcM cont'd 



.i?**!^!^ ^ ''^^ *^ *><>i'*«^ ^ ^ «>w^ 7»r ltT%ior gMMral |Hff|^ 
J|UUagl«p«noail proiMrty ewUfiad kf Urn CHnaoawMltli of Virgiida as "PoOiitioB 
um EqidinMit and FaeOitiM" Mt MM^ fima laattoB. it tte^ 

'. "^v^^?*^*^ <'**B*" (*^W ^ iimna valiialiaii tlMNel. Tte lat* impmd hf tUs 
nau be apidiad M the baab of 45% itf tha f^oaikrt valDi of sii^ pmooal 1^^ 

*-*-"* T* Uttt m wafhtoiii j aail laala 

Tbm shaU be levied and wOwrtad for Um calendar yoar 1979 for gwiaral pui^ 
BaaiBer7 and tooia, not exeaqpt from tu^sksa, at the rate of one dollar (ID on each one 
burred dollars ($100) of aaaeaaed val«iatkn tbneof. Tht ttt ittpoaed bjr tUa aaetion Shan be 
appliad on the basis of 45% of tbe fair aurket vahM of soeb madUaery and tools. 



. Cwutitatiaulity. 

That if any part w parts, aeettoa OT seetiMia. aentwieaa. dauaa or ^inuM of tUs ordiaaaee is 
„^ '^"^° declared to be unconstitutional or iavaUdi auch dedaion ahaU not affect the 
vanditjr of the remaining portiona <tf UUs ordiBaaco. 

MliaaT.Efiectivedate. 

ma ordinan<» shdl be in ^ect January 1, 1979. 

Tha budget, together ^th tiM ^xq^oaad Revoitte QrtUnaace. wiB be rwiewed by the City 
CmiDd on Monday. May Stb. 1978. at 2K» pA.. at which time persons wishing to appear in 
aq^ort of and Ukms qipoaed to the adoptim of the budget may pulAdy enmaa their 

m—Mlsa»« 



Paramts willing to addreaa tiie City Goundl regarding this matter Should r^liater with the 
(% Clerk. Room 311. City Adrainistratk>a BuOding. before 5:00 pjn.. on Wedneaday. May 8, 
1978 by letter or telephone (4274304) or register at the Clerfc's desk in the CV>uneil Chambers 
beCtre the meeting (^wns. ,r 

Paraons registering should indicate the budget autter upra whidi they widi to speak. 

BichardJ.Webbon 
CityOeik 




The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divortx a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of d^ertion. 

an affidavit having 
^led (hat the defen- 
d^M^ A non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Florida. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the ISth day 
of June. 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy teste: 



John V. Fentress, 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Wade P. Bettis, Jr., p.ij. 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Va. 234S2 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 27th day of 
April. 1978. 

Jacquelyn L. Jacobs, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

George C.Jacobs, 

Defendant. 

Hie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year's 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
^j the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
412 Pallets Road. Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 23454. It 
is ordered that he do ap- 
pear on or before the 19th 
of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
iuit. 

\ copy-Teste: John V. 

'ratress 

ly: Patti A. Keenehan, 

)q)uty Clerk. 

Thomas W. Goodman^ 
Jr., p.q. 

1213 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 2345 1 

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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of April. 
1978. 

City of Virginia Beach, a 

Municipal Corporation, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Dudla Graves and Carrie 

Cobb etc.. 

Defendant. 

The <*ject of this suit is 
to SEE ATTACHED 
DETAIL OR ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION. 

And an affidavit having 
bem made and filed that 
the defendant Carrie 
Cobb is unknown and the 
names and addresses of 
her lien creditors, if any 
there be are unknown. It fs 
ordered the Carrie Cobb 
partin unknown do ap- 
^^ p«ir here within 10 days 
after due publication 
hwraf, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
their interest in this suit. 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY 
OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH. 

a Municipal Corporation, 
Petitioner,' 



DUELLA GRAVES 
447 N. Oceana Boulevard 
Virginia Beach, VA 23453 
and 

CARRIE COBB 
address unk'nown, and if 
any of them be dead, their 
surviving spouses, if any. 
heirs at law, devisee and 
assigns, whose names are 
unknown, and lien 
creditors of any of said 
parties, if any there be, 
and all other persons, 
having an interest in these 
proceedings, whose names 
are unknown, all of which 
parties being hereby 
proceeded against as 
"Parties Unknown," 

Deftendants. 
(XHXEtiOF PUBUCATICWI 

In this proceeding the 
petitioner seeks to acquire 
by condemnation the fee 
simple title to a certain 
parcel of land situated in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virgfiffii,**'ttJlP the 
construction and main- 
tenance of that certain 
public street or highway 
known as "19th Street," 
which property is shown 
and ^escribed more par- 
ticularly in the petition 
and exhibits attached 
thereto on file in the office 
of the Clerk of this Court, 
to which reference is 
hereby made for a full and 
accurate description 
thereof; and for the ap- 
pointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain 
just compensation to the 
owners of any estate or in- 
terest in the property to be 
taken or affected as a 
result of the taking or af- 
fected as a result of the 
taking and use thereof by 
the petitioner. 

For such purposes the 
petitioner will apply to the 
Court, on the 25th day of 
May, 1978, at the cour- 
thouse thereof, Municipar 
Center, Virginia Beach, 
VA, at 9:30 o'clock A.M.. 
or as soon thereafter as 
counsel may be heard, for 
the appointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain 
just compensation "as 

aforesaid. 

And it appearing by 

affidavit filed according 
to law that the following 
owners are not residents 
ofUh^tate of Virginia, or 
their names and addresses 
are not known, and that 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain 
such names and addresses 
without effect: Carrie 
Cobb and her lien 
creditors, if any. and heirs 
at law, if any; if is OR- 
DERED that the aforesaid 
"parties unknown" do 
appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
of this order in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
and to t.do what is 
necessary to proie:i their 
interests; and It Ms FUR- 



THER ORDERED that if 
any of the above named 
"parties unknown" desire 
to assert any objection or 
defense to the taking or 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the Court to hear the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners he shall file his 
answer and grounds of 
defense designating the 
property in which he 
claims to be interested, the 
grounds of any objection 
or defense to the taking or 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the Court to hear the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners for the deter- 
mination of just compen- 
sation. 

Should any such Party 
Unki\own fail to file his 
answer and grounds of 
defense as hereinabove 
provided. ,siVlte fjahirjC 
shall not preclude the Par- 
ties Unknown from ap- 
pearing on the date set for 
the appointment of com- 
missioners nor , from 
presenting evidence as to 
valuation and damage nor 
from sharing in the award 
of just compensation ac- 
cording to his interest 
therein or otherwise 
protecting his rights, but 
such failure shall preclude 
such Parties Unknown 
from any other defense by 
way of pleas in bar, 
abatement or otherwise; 

And Jtfs FURTHER 
ORDERED that a copy of 
this ORDER shall be 
published once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, 
and a copy hereof shall be 
posled on the bulletin 
board of this Court. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

I^entress, Clerk. 

By D. S. Hale, Deputy 

Clerk. 

Jay A. Richarfjson 
Dqnity City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Viginia Beach, VA 234S6 



VBS5/3.5/17. 



ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 25th DAY OF 
APRIL, 1978. 

In ref: Adoption of 
William Jason Dungee 

By: Joan Elizabeth Gray 
and Daniel Rodger Gray, 
Petitioners 



To: Frank Fields 
Gary. Indiana 



ORDER 

This day caine Joan 
^MfzaSeth' Gray aiid Daniel 
Rodger Gray, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named infan- 
t, by Joan Elizabeth Gray 
and Daniel Rodger Gray, 
husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Frank 
Fields, a natural parent of 
said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Gary, Indiana. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Frank 
Fields appear before this 
Court on or before the 
15th day of June, 1978 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 



A copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 

Sterling W. Walker ,p.q. 
Attorney at Law 
555 Fenchurch Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 



iL VBS 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk^s Office of 
the' Circuit Court of the, 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va», on the 25th day>of 
April, 1978. 

Karbi Marie Brown, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Glenn Calvin Brown, 

Defendant. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 2nd day of 
May, 1978. 

Francis T. Suszynski. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Donna M. Suszynski, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obta'n a divorce a men- 
sa et tbc-o to be later 



merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of willful 
desertion and abandon- 
ment. 

And an affidavit having 
bMn made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
617 East 315th Street. 
Willowick, Ohio, 44094. 
It is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
l9thof June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest iii this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentms > 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy, Clerk. 

Anthony L. Montagna, 

Jr. p.q. 

Suite 1105 One Main 

Plaza East 

Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 
5/31 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of i the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 27th day of 
April, 1978. 



Joan Ann Roberts 

Forgacs, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Charles Thomas Forgacs, 

Defendant. 



. The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of onej,x?w 

separatiopsorr A Ji Ja ijq 
And an affidavit having 

been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
16442 Bringard Street, 
Detroit, Michigan 48205. 
It is ordered that he dp 
appear on or before the 
19th of June, 1978, and do 
what may be ne<»ssary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By:' Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 



Michael E. Grey,p.q. 

2476 East Little Creek 

Road 

Norfolk, VA. 23518 

VBS 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 25th day of 
April , 1978. 

Anthony Glenn ^hveli; 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Fay Ann Elwell, 

Defendant. 

The ob'icct of thw suit 
is to obtain a divorae a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, i^jon 
the grounds of mlHul 
Desertion and Aban- 
donment committ^ more 
than one yc$ur ago. 

And an affidavit having 
been nuute and filed that 
the defaidant is a aon- 
i^ident of the Sluue of 
Virginia, the lut known 



post office address bdng: 
109 A.. Main Street, 
Bonifay. Florida. It is or- 
dered the! she do appeal 
on or before the ISth ol 
June. 1978, and do whar 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Clerk. 



Leslie K. Diamond, p.q. 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 



VBS 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 
5/24 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 25TH DAY OF 
APRIL, 1978. 



IN RE: Adoption of Scott 
Evans Cohoon,' Ward 
Franklin Cohoon and 
Loryann Rea Cohoon 



By: James Joseph Beckett, 
and Betty Jean Beckett, 
Petitioners. 

To: William Cohoon 

809 County Line 
Road 

Southampton, Pen- 
nsylvania 



ORDER 



THIS DAY Came 
James Joseph Beckett and 
Betty Jean Beckett, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of the 
above named children, 
Scott Evans Cohoon, 
Ward Franklin Cohoon 
and Loryann Rea 
Cohoon, by James Joseph 
Beckett and Betty Jeain 
Beckett, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
William Cohoon, the 
natural father of said 
children, is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
his last known post office 
address being 809 County 
Line Road., Southam- 
pton, Pennslyvania. 

It is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
William Cahoon appear 
before this Court on or 
before June 15, 1978 and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 



Beach Licensed to Wed 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 



BY: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Gerk. 



Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
BOYCE&KALEZIS 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 



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Gary A. Coleman, 960 Fern Ridge Road, and Lori K. 
Linyear. 960 Fern Ridge Rosd. 

Robert C. Callahan. 3501 Green Garden Circle and Nan^ 
S. MUes. 3348 Weeping WiUow Lane. 

Anthony S. Albritton, 2332 Poyner Lane, and AngeU G. 
M. Hdsey, 1073 Brooklyn Avenue. 

Donald W. Carter. Norfolk, and Kathie L. Templetmi. 
4321 BIsckbesrd Road. 

James A. Fox, 878 Elisabeth Court and Gbria Rayner, Vn 
Elizabeth Court. 

Thomas F. Wootten, 2228 Windwurd Shore Drive and 
Heidi Herbold, 2228 Windward Shore Drive. 

Kevin E. Enoch, 665 Whitechapel Drive and Cynthia C. 
Boehm, 4605 Wicklow Place. 

RdMrt W. Hayes. 5720 Ponca Road, and Faye M. Hicks, 
Chesape^e. 

Charles W. Brown, 2624 Dear Court and Natalie J. 
Anderson. 906 Barberton (}ourt. 

Randy B. Lawrence, 721 Prince Arthur Court and Celinda 
R. Wells, 229 Victoria Drive. 

Kenneth R. Viohl, 6624 Bannock Road, and 8|tephaaio M. 
Thomas, 5624 Bannodc Road. 

Raym<nd A. Grondin Jr., 5816 Pontiac Road and Paula J. 
Daniel. 5313 Leesburg Drive. 

Rkhmond E. Dahymple. Ohio, and Cynthia S. Lewis, 
Ohk>. 

Donald R. Grant, Colorado and Patricia D. Baxter. 708 
ArsgonaBlvd. 

Joseph W. Chafey. California, and HoUy J. Brodu, 
California. 

Jackie J. Bloodworth Jr.. 2370 N. Winds(mg Court ud 
Marsha E. May. 2370 N. Windsong Court. 

Thomas M. DePir, 704 Emerald Lake Drive, and Vidd L. 
Barry, 704 Emerald Lake Drive. 

Charles W. Vance. 908e Old Dam Neck Road., and linda 
M. Grubb, 908c Old Dam Neck Road. 

Joseph A. Szymborski, South Carolina, and KaUuyn I. 
Jongbloed, %2 S. Club House Road. 

Richard J. Claffey Jr., 6108 Hameamaker Court and 
Dorothy M. Skinner. 6108 Hamesmaker Court. 

John R. Dbcon III, 36i5 Atlantic Avenue, and Carelyn S. 
White, Royal Clipper. Va. Beaeh. 

John E. Dewberry Jr.. Chesapeake, and Catherine A. 
Hamilton, 416 Bernice Place. 

Melton T. Hill, Norfolk, and Beverly A. Joyner, 445 Smith 
Lane. 

Robert V. Moro, 511 Schuyler Road, and Toni M. Hinkley. 
4413 Hudgins Drive. 

Leonard C. Lipp U, 2612 Little Pine Court, and Laurie A. 
Winterbetg. 2612 Little Pine Court. 

Barry L. Caulder. 3500 Petunia Oeacent. and Ruby 
Lynette M. CuUiper, 3302 Daytons Drive. 

Leonard A. Wright III, Norfolk, and Viekie L. I|arreU, 725 
Queensway Drive. 

Russell W. Corvello, 725 Pinetree Drive, and Laurie L. 
Burke. 429 Seeman Road. 

Allen E. CaMtz, 131 Boggs Avenue, and Suesette L. 
Hamlett, 132 Boggs Avenue. 

Peter B. Smith, 709 Goldsboro Avenue, and Sharon W. 
Grant, Richmond. 

Ralston W. Mclnnia. 5848 Northsmpton Blvd., and Oretha 
B. Peace, 6B48 Northampton Blvd. 

WiUle L. HoUey, 408 Bessie Walk, and Vivian V. Wright. 
408 Bessie Walk. 

Joeeph H. Tutbm- Jr., 913 S. Lynnhavan Road, and Carole 
J. Hernandez, 913 S. Lynnhaven Road. 

John M. Bean, Norfolk, and Deborah L. Stellate. 21^ San 
iMarco Court. 

Ward M. Bromaghim, 6624 Banbury Court and Katharine 
L. Wbitehurst, Portsmouth. 

Edward D. Clark. Jr., 817 Clinton Street and Sheila D. 
Gillespie, 4956 Paine Lane. | 

Stephen G. Wihnot. 423 24th Street and Shtfon L. 
Gregory, (Chesapeake. 

Allen T. Mordica. 2600 Long Creek Drive and Susan L. 
Upton. Chesapeidce. 

Phillip M. DeVaughn, 752 Fox Run Road and Frances M. 
Gray. 289 Chowan Court. 

James L. Holland Jr., 621 Piney Branch Drive and Marilyn 
Matousek, 521 Piney Branch Drive. 

David L. Speidel, 3548 Daffodil Crescent and Reglaa M. 
Reiter, 3548 Daffodil Crescent. 

Steven W. Dunn, 1646 Duke of Windsor, and Bmiaie G. 
Clark, 4700 Maple Terrace Court. 

James W. Ennis, 986 number 8 S. Clubhoose Road, and 
Sheila M. Brandt, 936 S. Clubhous* Road. 



Randolph H. Fei^son, Norfolk, and Robyn C. 
Appenzeller, 1813 Unkhorn Circle. 

Barry C. Wood, 1548 Michigan Avenue, and Judith D. 
Lindsay, 1643 Michigan Avenue. 

Odie D. Jones, 41(» Top Seed Drive and JaMt L. Cottrell. 
4108 Top Seed Drive. 

Thomas H. Young, 5009 Lauderdale Avenue, and Hillary 

C. Young, 6009 Laudn^e Avenue. 

Kevin C. Wsddell. 205 12th Street, and Tina R. Howray. 
205 12th Street. 

David K. Forrest, 1200 Candlewood Drive and Joan L. 
Ashley, Suffolk. 

William R. Weidrick Jr., Norfolk, and Brenda R. 
AahwOTth, 638 Independence Blvd. 

Rmiald W. Dozier, 4941 Paine Lane, and Carolyn M. Lyra. 
841 Rockwell Lane. 

William H. Carder. 1876 WoUsnare Road, and Betty J. 
Gnmt. 2226 CHiadwiek Drive. 

David A. Ssnden^M)ul:yIand, and Mary A. Andersra, 729 
Lit^ Nedc Road. 

Harold L. Singietary. 875 OM Dam thck Road, and Marri 

D. Twifonl, 2213 Beech Street. 

Bdbby W. Schlater Jr., 1004 Mine<da Drive and Karen L. 
Hughes, 1004 Mineola Drive. 

Qurtes P. Baldwin, 6606 Shad<nmood T«Taee, and 
Kathem A. Weston, ^65 Aragona Drive. 

James M. Wolfe, 433 Pinewood Driv» and Bhuoa A. 
Sparks, 438 Pinewood Drive. 

Marvin A. Simmons. Nrafdk. and DrnvthM M. ffluw, 
4004 Oceanfront. 

G«H^ J. Smith, 4744 Brosd Street, and Liwia G. Fmram, 
4652 C^perfield Road. 

Donidd K. Felce. Norfolk, and Marilyn L. Vanderford, 682 
Cunningham RmuI. 

Frederkk 0. Barry, Norfolk, and Ckmstance A. A%ood, 
617 Kellam Rosd. 

John OrssrgM. 913 Va. Beach Blvd.. and Mary L. 
Hernandez, 913 Va. Beach Blvd 

William T. Wise, 4508 Dehnar Drive and Diane M. Riddle. 
4506 Dehnar Drive. 



Positions available for singers 

F^Mitions are available in the TMewater Wobmi C^Kirua. a 
group whii^ sings varbus typM ol music in kmifUi 
hummy. Rehearsals are^iM^Mwd^s rt 7:80 pjB. ta 
Baymie PrMbyterian Church. 



V 



8B VIK(.IM A HI \( H SI \ \VI DM Sl)\^ M\\ U), l«>78 



Stu dents find modern destroyer unexpected surprise 



H 




Departing the USS Peterson, J. McCarron (L), 
NJROTt course Inslrucior at First Colonial, and cadets 
end their 2-day cruise. 




At the engine control panel of the USS Peterson, 
Engineman First Class T. Pruden demonstrates the 
various safety systems of the ship to the Virginia Beach 
students. 



When 12 members of ihc First Colonial High School 
Naval Junior Reserve Olficer Training Corps roporicci 
10 the U.S. Navy destroyer Peterson earlier this week 
for a two-day cruise, what they discovered was not uluii 
they had expected. 

Instead of embarking on an aging reserve line ship, 
they reported to one of the Navy's newest and modern 
naval combatants. Commanded by Commander S. 
Chadwick, the Peterson is one ot 15 newly com- 
missioned Spruance class destroyers which is currently 
stationed at the Norfolk Naval Base. 

Unlike destroyers of the past which were charac- 
terized as small and uncomfortable, the Peterson 
possesses none of these traits. 

Equipped for maximum combat effectiveness, the 
new destroyer also boasts spacious crew living com- 
partments and other features not usually found aboard 
destroyers. 

The cadets' initial reaction to the 563-foot ship was 
best summarized by Cadet Mike Swindell. "This is 
nothing like what my father said it would be." 

As part of the 100 students currently enrolled in the 
NJROTC program at First Colonial High School, the 
cruise' afforded the cadets the opportunity to experience 
first hand what life is like aboard a new destroyer. 

Paired with enlisted crewmembers, the students were 
acquainted with such shipboard practices as conser- 
vation of fresh water and overall safety procedures in 
addition to training exercises in navigation and small 
arms. 

EstabHshed at First Colonial in 1971, the NJROTC 
program offers courses in seamanship, naval history, 
navigation and military drill. According to J. Mc- 
Carron, a NJROTC course instructor, the mission of John Hill of Virginia Beach demonstrates the fine an oi 
the program .s to tamihar.ze high school students with swabbing a deck during the recent l-day cruise aboard 
the role of the U.S. Navy. the USS Peterson. Swabbing decks has been a practice 

"The cruise on the Peterson demonstrated to the ""•'"*«'"**• •'•roughout the U.S. Navy's history, 
students the role of the ship, the functions of each 
department and the many varied jobs available in the 
Navy today," McCarron said. 

As for the cadets performance while aboard, Peter- 
son's Executive Officer, Lieutenant Commander J. 
Pearsall stated, "Overall, I was impressed with their 
knowledge of general deck seamanship." 

Adding to this Commander Chadwick slated' he felt 
the response by the ship's crewmembers to the cadets 
was favorable and said, "The Peterson is the ship of 
today and should any of these young people decide to 
come into the Navy, this will be the type of ship they will 
go to sea aboard." 







Tim Howiin, a jnember of the First Colonial NJROTC 
unit, stands lookout watch aboard the USS Peterson. 



On the signal bridge of the Peterson, Signalman First 
Class L. Petrea shows NJROTC cadet Drew Voulls how 



to operate one of the ship flashing lamps used for 
signaling other ships. 



First Colonial High NJROTC Cadet Mike Swindell 
stands watch on the bridge wing of the L SS Peterson. 



Story and photos by 
D.L. Longstreath 





NJROTCNradel Craig Herrick receives a lesson in small 
arms Irainlhg from Peterson crewmember K. (iaines. 
During the cruise, members of the First Colonial High 
unit also received (rahiing In navigation and safelv 
pr«»cedures. 



IIoSll!^* T"" '''"'''' '""''*'"'"* """ ^"" «fc«-rdthen«.des,rover. 
noHnn listen as rheir sponsor talks about the facilities 



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WBEK9 WEATHEII 

Fair* Warmer 




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Highs in the 70's 
'Lows in the 40' s 
No chance of 
precipitation thru 
Sunday. 



52nd year, No. 19 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



The Oflfcfail People's Paper 
Serving the w<M|ld's largest resort city 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1978 



From Virginia Beach to Casablanca 





A Moroccoan wayfarer cast a supicious glance al Virginia Beach pliotographer D.L. Longstreath 
while vi^ting Casablanca, Morocco. Longstreath and his photog^phs recall a recent cruise to 
Africa as one to remember. More onpage lOA. 



f*iside: 



A giant spldeman paVed the 
for Court House Elementary to 
celebrate metric week. Story 
ami photos are on iMge A-4. 



Two Beach graduates 
have started their own com- 
IHMiy, promoting the sport of 
JH Ski. Rmd about tlwir success on page 

The Beach fourth annual Folk Arts Festival came 
to PrimxM Anne Ihvk last weekend despite the 
threattnittg weather. Photos are on Page A-6. 




Plant a tree 

i 

at Mt. Traishmore 



The Virginia Bwch D^wtmentof Parks and Rwreation is 
beginning a "Piam a Tree at Mt. Trashmore" program. With 
the expansion of parking fmaliUes, replacement of trws 
damaged by the weather and park users, and with the 
continuing up-grading of the par'-., there is a need for a 
helping hand. • 

The city will gi;atcfuUy accept a donation of a tree or a 
monetary donation. If a group or individual desire to make a 
donation, they shouM conuct the parks division at 467-2027. 

Generally, a dOMr orders and pays for the gift at the 
nursery and the ci^ wiU do the planting and provide perpetual 
maintenance. If a'dieck is forwvd^ to the dty, it will be 
placed in a special "City Beautification Fund." 

Citizen support of this im^ram is gruOy antedated. 



Hmnm^r your elden during 
National Nursing Hmm Waak 



AnoMal 
art sliow 



The Vii^nia Brach city 
pnblk schools will hold the 
anmnd stu^at art show at 
Pembroke Mall through May 
20. 



Anned Forces Day Parade scheduled May 20 



Beacii council approves 
city's operating budget 



ByLeeCahill 
Public Affairs Writer 

Like a tailor, adding a little here, taking off a little 
there, expecting the suit of clothes to fit in the end, 
Virginia Beach Councilmen and citizens snipped a little 
here, patched a little there on the 1978-79 operating 
budget. 

But Monday afternoon, Councilman Robert B. 
Cromwell Jr., was concerned that the budget wouldn't 
be the right Ssize in the end. He said, "We're charged 
with adopting a responsible. ..balanced brudget. I have 
iittieuse for 'seal the pants leg' legislation. When we sit 
here and make recommendations. ..Rather than bring 
(recommendations for budget changes) to the next 
meeting, get the proposals to (City Manager George L.) 
Hanbury in writing no later than tomorrow (Tuesday" 
so that Hanbury and his staff can determine what effect 
the changes will have on the budget. He also suggested 
the council meet in informal session at 10 a.m. rather 
than at the usual 1 p.m. next Monday to evaluate the 
proposals. 

"1 am in favor of tax cuts but I see where New York is 
about to run out of money again. 1 don't ever want 
Virginia Beach to be in that situation . " 

Cpuncil had already approved the proposed/ 
$152j<J85,88l operating budget, a tax rate of 82 cents 
1^ per $100 of assessed valuation (a five cent reduction) 
♦*||fcl4lieti)clevy on tiie pMwsnal pr«H3erty and machinery 
and tools for the calendar y4^r lff9. All ordinances 
require a second vote before becoming law and before 
that second vote scheduled for next Tuesdays'^ cHSfffes 
may be made just so long as they do not result in an in- 
crease. 

Dome Boxing Thursday 



Council also voted to hire a consultant to prepare a 
wage and salary classification plan for the Beach which 
had its last study in 1968. Vice Mayor Patrick L. Stan- 
ding, presiding in the absence of Mayor Clarence A, 
Holland, tacked onto the motion a proviso that 
proposals be sent to several competent consultants from 
which council, rather than the city manager would select 
the consultant. Hanbury said the report shouldn't cost 
over $10,000. 

Among proposals for the budget were a two cent ad- 
ditional tax decrease, and various combinations of pay 
increases for policemen, firemen and other city person- 
nel. 

Councilman J. Curtis Payne who was first to suggest 
a two-cent additional pay tax rate decrease for a total of 
seven cents cut, hasn't given up the idea. He also 
suggested that pay increases of five percent across the 
board be implemented on Oct. 1 and Jan. 1 rather than 
on Oct 1 and April I . 

Nick Cohen, a member of the Associate Lodge No. 8 
of the Fraternal Order of PoHce, appealed for a full 10 
percent increase in pay for the police at the start of the 
fiscal year on July I . 

Irvin A, Douglas, representing the Council of Civic 
Organizations, reiterated the CCO's proposals -- im- 
plementing «tringent controls in departments which 
have shown the most dramatic increases (over 40 per- 
cent); levying a three percent productivity gain against 
the budgfetr rtdudqg'contractual wr^ios for the city by 
$513,000 and in alucation, $103,000. and withholding 
$500,000 from the school budget until the top admin- 
strativesalaries are justified. 

Douglas said lie invited council to adopt one or all of 



the proposals. 



(Continued to pag« A-8) 



Acey fights Pettigrew in rematch 



Virginia Beach favorite Bobby Acey will fight 
Cleveland's Ron Pettigrew in a rematch this Thursday 
night at the Virginia Beach Dome Boxing as the main 
event. 

Acey beat Pettigrew in April in a sixth round knock 
out, only after coming from behind in points and taking 
a stand up three count. Pettigrew claimed he beat count 
and could have continued. He maintains that he will 
knock out Acey in the remarch. 

Others on the card are John Hunter of Chesapeake in 
a match against Ben Carr of Roanoke. Carr lost a split 



decision against Duane Bobick as an amateur and Hun- 
ter was six times all-Navy and 1974 All World Service 
Champion. 

Jesse Carter of Norfolk will fight Frankie Crossan of 
Atlantic City, Charles Carey of Norfolk will meet 
Mickey Lewis of Charleston in a rematch and Greg 
Lamour will meet an as yet to be announced opponent. 
Rochelle Norris of Atlantic City will also fight on the 
card although his opponent has not been announced 
either. 

The fight begins at 8 p.m. Call 480-3500 for reser- 
vations. 



Outlaw dazzles Beach fans 



Tte 22twl j^nnual Armed Force Day p^ade sponsored by 
the Vb^pj#ltaicfa Otanba of Commerce is scheduled for 
iyttt^iy. Miy 20 

fC^^eral Jm^ C. Burger, USMC (Ret.) is the marshall 
f«^|9^{i«nide that wUl move north on Atlantic Avenue 
Mrall at 5tt $tnm aMi aiding at 31st Street. The reviewing 
nmi wiD be l#ated at 2Sth Street. 

Q^^d 9mwa u a per^mrat indent of Vir^nia Beach 
I bRVttpm his fi^ramrt in 1964. His last active 



Any station was that of commanding ^neral. Fl^ Marine i 
Forw, Atlamic. He hokli «}utttes ottdals md bown gained 
through 36 yens in tteMvine Op^r 

A(H>roximately 70 uniu «ie bMI tm the cotorftd i»radc. 
These would inchrfe anrcMii units, military and civilian 
bands, ROTC unitt. dvte mi fratmal organiztttou and 
sevaid units #ori the Khwlive Sirine Tempte. 

The pvOe is atedtried to b^ m. M a.ai. It is tl» only 
parade of ks kind on dw watt Me of Hampton Ro«b. 



By Pam Vandeveer 
SUN News Editor 

"In Texas the tough turn to outlaws, like Willie, 
Waylon and me," sings David Allen Coe on his album 
"Rides Again." A member of the Willie Nelson - 
Whalen Jennings country music "family," Coe sang of 
his real life experiences of prison, motorcycles, beer and 
women to Virginia Beach fans at "Country Comfort" 
last Wednesday night. 

A sell-out crowd waited in a line a block long as the 
doore to Country Comfort opened an hour later than 
expected. "Mr. Coe wants to get the sound equipment 
adjusted just right before everyone gets inside," one 
employee said. 

But fans didn't mind the wait. Once inside, the tables 
filled, the beer fiowed, and bikers and non-bikers alike 
settled in for a rowdy evening of good country music 
and brotherhood. 

L^l band "Sundance" got the crowd stomping and 
clapping with songs by the Marshall Tucker Band, 
Eagles, Fleetwood M&t and Pure Prairie League. 

Wendall Adkins and his band followed with a com- 
mendable set that was a definite audience pleaser. By 
the time Coe joined the Adkins group on stage Country 
Comfort was literally rocking. 

As a ixrson who has spent some 20 years in and out 
of (nison, as a meml^r of the Outlaw Motwcycle Club, 
as one of the more increasingly recognized country 
music writers and dingers of today - David Allen Coe 
presented a colorful image in the spotlight. 

Arms and chest b^r tatoos, his j^ns w^e solidly 
patched, he wore a spiked leather armband and glit- 
tering burgandy boots. 



Serious and straightforward, he sang of rough times 
and good times and when he was through the crowd 
demanded more. 

"This is my first time in this state," he told the 
audience. But the rec^tion given by Virginia 1B«Kh 
fans made sure it was a show he would remember. 

And if they have their way, he'll be back again soon. 




DavW Aten Coe 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, WEDNESDAY. MAY 17, 1978 



Week-end leftovers «» . . «_ ^lQ^ 

in a frazzled mind MlglluaBeadl^Silll 



frazzled mind 

There was a tornado brewing last week-end in ' 
Virginia Beach but I cooked steaks anyway. 

The teacher who cried "sleeping sickness" when fired 
due to his excessive tardies, is appwding his plight. He 
says while asleep he can't hear the phone, clock or much 
anything else. He tri«...but just can't seem to make 
class in time for the first bell. I'll bet a lot of students 
are hanging careers on that final decision. 



Dolly Parton wants to be a superstar... but she won't 
introduce her back-up band. One driver "in the know" 
says she is the same on stage as she is off - full ofego. 
But no one disputes, she's queen of the discs these days. 



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SUN Editor J 



i The Virginia Beach Arts Festival at Princess Anne 
s Park last week-end was pretty arty all right... especially 
I for a little boy who found the mud more to his liking 
I than the displayed aafts. He slushed around until he 
S fell in, only to appeal to Mama, who was too busy wat- 
^ ching the Storybook Theatre to care what her offspring 
had on his pants. 

t.- 

I A local movie house has a contest going on to 
; promote a new flick. If you've been in love and want to 
: relocate that former special someone, all you have to do 
i is send in your nanwi their name and the last place you 
saw them. If they send in one on you, a computer will 
; get the two of you together. FAT CHANCE, HUN? 
^ Ah, the world of show biz. 

Cooking beans, soupy meatloaf and burnt buns on an 
I outdoor grill is no one's idea of a delicious dinner. But 
even without her $1.39 a pound steaks, Friday dinner 
turned out to be o.k. Of course, Pete had to jump a fen- 
ce to get the hot action. 
Man cannot live without his wine... especially with 
i quiche. 




Seafood will be missed 

Town Crier: 

I saw recently where the city of Virginia Beach has no 
plans for this years Neptune Festival Seafood Feast. 
i As one resident who has experienced all the dif- 
Ificulties as well as the successes of the event, I'm ex- 
'^remely disappointed. The feast was the highlight of the 
ifestival for me and my family and we will miss it this 
year. 

Lucille Robinson 
Monticello Street 



Good news glad 



Town Crier: 

I m tired of being forcedjo wald bad news. 
Thanks to the Virginia Beach SUN for giving us the 
good about our community. 

- ,.?' — KathyFrye 
Lenior Circle 



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Rough times abound 
on (he old auto trail 

Does anyone have a horw they would like to get rid 
of? I am about to give up on cars , 

This is the month I am paying for car insurance, per- 
sonal property tax and a new inspection sticker. And 
this is the month my car decided to break down . 

W\at did I do wrong little car? I have given you tune 
ups and fed you plenty of oil and water. I've put air in 
your tires and driven you carefully. Where did I go 
wrong? 



Pom YoAdeveer 

SUN News Editor >J 





Letters to tlie SUN 



What is sex education? Give blood, play rugby 



I guess cars just feel the need once in a while to 
remind you that you DO depend on them. Without your 
car you have to press your friends for rides to work and 
to the bank. And you have to And someone to fix the 
crazy thing before you lose your friends for asking for 
too many rides. 

I had an ethics professor in college who put up a very 
good argument for why you don't need to own an 
automobile. I am now starting to appreciate the logic of 
that afgi^ment. 

Meanwhile, as I'm digging in my pocket to settle these 
latest repairs, I realize I'm going to have to find the 
nearest auto mechanics class. 

Or ehe I'm going to have to order up a pair of bionic 
feetj ' ' ■ 



Boardwalk bike path 
off limits to mopeds 

ByLeeCahill 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 

Motor-powered vehicles including - mopeds - won't 
be allowed on Virginia Beach's new boardwalk bike 
path. 

City council last week approved changes in the city's 
bicycle ordinance banning motor-powered vehicles 
along the bicycle path . 

Another amendment prohibits bicycles from riding 
on the boardwalk along the stretch which has a 
designated bicycle path. City employees and members 
of the Virginia Beach Patrol on official business are ex- 
cluded from this provision, however. 



Editor, Virginia Beach SUN: 

A newspaper is in a greiit piiiMoii to db atbm^l^Ql^ 
service: I do not feel the'iiewspapers in this area take 
advantage of their position. 

The SUN asked several people in the May 3 issue if 
they wanted sex education taught in our schools K-12 
grades. From those 10 to 11 people, you have decided 
Virginia Beach wants sex education. 

What is sex education? Did you explain what the so 
called concerned citizens claim it to be? What is your 
definition of responsible? Is it the same as theirs? *i 

My idea on these points differ from their position. 
And I feel if these people asked, knew what I do, they 
would have answered differently. I feel it was your job 
as a reporter to make the issue clear to the people of 
Virginia Beach. 

I was at the open forum on sex education in 
Kempsville. If you were, you would have heard one of 
the panel say that the moral values of a five year old are 
already formed so whatever they teach would not 
change his moral values. 

Another stated the teacher would not have any in- 
fluence on the student. The teachers moral values would 
not come across to a student in a discussion. 

Impossible, I say. Teachers do influence our children 
and with a subject such as this, they need to be doublely 
careful. 

If they feel parents aren't educated enough to teach 
their children this subject, and they do, how can I feel 
an ordinary teacher will be qualified? They only major 
in academic subjects at college not social problems. 

Our school system should stay out of social problems 
and stick to academics. They should not be burdened 
with any more subjects as they have it difficult enough 
to teach the academic subjects now. Parents should do 
their job and have the children ready for school with 
proper decipline, respect for teachers, love of country 
and honesty. Our teachers can then keep to the business 
of teaching reading, writing and arithmetic. , 

To teach sex education, they probably will drop an 
academic subject to fit it in. They have already dropped 
7th grade social studies, I have heard. So what else will 
they drop, reading? 

If they teach family life-styles, open marriage, trial 
marriage, single parent, homosexuality, will they teach 
the approval of the unwed mothers and all the rest? 
Iliey teach premarital sex now. Is that why we have so 
many unwed mothers and VD problems? 

Naturally, they will teach abortion with the possibility 
of failure of birth control. Will they teach the dangers 
of this dreadful killing as well, or will it be taught as an 
approved method of birth control? 

Health and biology clasps are fine. But do not show 
approval of premarital sex by giving them the pill as 
planned parenthood does. Let's instead teach respect 
for their bodies and that their feelings are healthy, but 
they should and must refrain from sexual »:tivity 
b«:ause they are not responsible married adults as yet. 

If you must teach them something, teach them to say 
no as this is their right. I feel most wish to be taught 
this. 

Carolyn L. RcKkefeller 
316 Garrison Plaza 



Editor, Virginia Beach SUN: 

,:lBeipg an ex.,rugby player, )onmsi.siy yoout^trtkledn 
rugby was more than great. The only reward involved in 
being a rugby player is publicity which rugby players get 
very little of. 

Keep up the good work from an inspired reader. Af- 
ter reading your article, you have made yourself an easy 
sale. I am now a loyal subscriber. 



'Give blood . . . play rugby! 
William J. Matthews 



Is it enough? 

Editor, Virginia Beach SUN: 

It's not enough 

when there are those 

who care npt for 

the rows and rows 

of cresses all around 

the world 

But take the day 

we set aside 

to honor all the brave 

who died 

and show respect 

for what they gave 

with "a dollars" 

and "look what you save" 

To those of you with open doors 

LISTEN - hear more 

than money changing hands 

that's a collective sigh 

of grief and despair 

from Veterans 
buried.everywhere. 



H.S. Hawver 
4453 Jeanne Street 



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Mayor HplWntl vfslt^Mlttr city 



(CootiliuMfroap^Al) 

^undtaian John R. Griffm asked whether any 
members of the CCO attended the School Budget 
hearing. 

Douglas said there Is "quite a discrepency" as to 

whetim the schools had a public hearing. He said that 
schMb will not be required to have a public hearing on 
their budgets until July 1 and that the hearing was not 
announced as a public hearing. 

Payne believes that services can be maintained 
although tax« are cut because of flnancial control. 

Standing said, "We would all like to see rate reduc- 
tions but when we talk about rate reductions on one 
hand and increasing salaries on another... we're required 
by law to balance the budget." He said that is the salary 
and wage survey recommended salary incrwues, "we 
would need money to make the increases." 

Ccnindbnan George R. Fenell said, "Let's do 
something for everybody and reduce the rate two per- 
cent more." 

Griffin suggested that all police officers below the 
rank of sergeant be given a 10 percent pay increase on 
July I. To do this for all city employees would cost S2.2 
million. Hanbury said that the cost for implementing 
the 10 percent raise for all police employees would be 
$120,000 but he did not have the breakdown for those 
below the rank of sergeant. He said, however, that such • 
a policy would result in inequities with some master 
police officers making the same salary as sergeants and 
almost as much as some detectives. 

Standing said it would "cause havoc with the pay 
classification plan", although he agreed with Payne that 
a new pay and wage and salary study should be<lone.^ 

Councilman J. Henry McCoy Jr. said that he' was 
"concerned with the havoc of the pay scale" but "can't 
support tax decreases and pay increases. 

Griffin noting the "emotional appeal*' of poli^ 
spokesmen Douglas W. Aydlette last week and Cohen 
this week, said the not all police officers are in hazar- 
dous duty. "The garbage collector sometimes has more 
hazardous duty than police officers." 

Payne ~ "I'll recommend a rate reduction next 
week." 

Riggs ~ "I don't think one group is more important 
than others." 

Hanbury said the consultant's survey should be com- 
pleted in July or August, preceding the scheduled Oct. 1 
five percent pay increases. 

Hanbury added that his recommendations in the 
budget we intended to offset spiraling inflation costs 
and ^at the consultant's recommendations will "not 
offset recommendations I have made." 

Following the vote on the budget and the consultant, 
Cromwell made his appeal to responsibility and council 
lisided to meet to study all the proposals at 10 a.m. 
mxt Monday. Payne said he couldn't have his proposals 
by Tuesday, but would by Wednesday. - 

Turning to Cromwell, Councilman John A. Baum 
asked, "How did you ever get elected to office?" 

Cromwell, elected to council in and reelected times 
since, chose not to run for relection this year and will 
end his term on council at the end of the current fiscal 
year. His answer to Baum was inaudible. 



Jaycees select DeMott 
as outstanding man 

The nationk organization of Jaycees has announced that 
Wesley Alan DeM(m is the reopimt of the "outstanding 
Young Man" award for 1978. This is the first year D^ott has 
been given this award. 

Wcs DeMott, son of Helen and Arthur Demott of Virgiiiia 
Beadi, is president of Padfica Investment Co., Inc. and a 
builder of castom homes in Virginia Beach. 

Wes is dso attending Old Dominion Univer^ty aad e]q)ects 
to graduate in December with a bachelor's degree in business 
administration. 



Airfare to Norway paid by council 



ByLeeCahiU 
Public Affairs Writer 



Virginia Beach City Council Mon4>y afternoon 
aiith(»ized imymait of round-trip airfare of Maypr 
Ottmee A. Holland to Moss. Norway, the 9m^'( 
su^city. 

jnie a^on was taken after 6 p.m. toward the end of 
the council meeting. The mayor and Mm. Hod^d ht4 
leftM-Iier in the day for New York where tb^ took tlie 
ScpmUnavian Airlines flight to Moss op Tuesday. 

A pr^s relrase distributed rarUer stated thit dty ftint 
ds of $832 would be spent for an excursion fare plane 
ticket for the mayor. Mrs. Holland's fare and otlMr es* 
penses the mayor and his wife incurred on the 10-day ' 
Wsit will bourne by them. 

An official invitation for the visit came from Mayor 
Bjorn Barang of Moss on March 23 . 

At the informal session of council Jan. 30 Mayor 
Holland mentioned the projected trip and said that he 
would be glad to pay his own travel expenses. The an- 
nouncement came at a time when the Beadi Council was 
smarting with criticism of a trip to San Fnndsco taken 
by several council members, city administrators and 
their wives at city expense including fi»t class air fare. 

As a consequence the city, which had previously had 
only an unofficial travel policy, adopted official tnivd 
regulations. Regulations require that all trtvel 
authorizations, advances and reimbursements shall be 
made only on the authorization of city council, city 
manager or the department head of his/her duty 
authorized representative. 

Regulations also require that tourist air fare be used. 

The mayor's trip or its authorization was not made 
part of any councU agenda. 

Monday, however. Councilman Robert R. Cromwell, 
Jr. who had chaired the committee which prepared the 
travel policy, noted that the city's payment of the 
mayor's fare triggered some controversy. He said that 
the city has made the Norwegian Lady the symbol of the 
o<*an Front, has an exchange program for students with 
Moss, and "now there is some question ovw whether 
the council should pay for his air fare to Moss." 

"Council should pay the airiine," he said. "It's 
ridiculous iiot to offer to pay for it," although, he ad- 
ded, he knows the mayor would be more than willing to 
pay for it himself. 

Criticism may have arose, he said, because the mayor 
if<*^;oB»{timc imticate* he would pay for it and I tHink 
the city should pay for his airline ticket." 

Councilman John R. Griffin was it was unfortunate 
that the true significance of the trip would be lost in the 
controversy over the fare. 

In answer to Councilwoman Meyera Obemdorfs 
question City Manager George L. Hanbury said that the 
fare for the return visit by Moss's mayor during the 
Neptune festival will not.be paid for by the Beach. 

The nine council members present then approved the 
authorization. Absent were Mayor Holland wh(Ke trip 
cancelled his attendance at the informal session at 1 
p.m. and the formal session which starts at 2 p.m., and 
Councilman Floyd E. Waterfield Jr., who had left the 
meeting early. 

The Hollands' visit coincided with the celebration of 
Norway's National Day. In addition to toui^ of Moss, 



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will visit Copenhagen, Denmark before returning home 
May 25. 

Mom has been Virginia Beach's sister city since 1971. 
The afflUation began in 1971 through the Sister Cities 
Intenuitional program which seeks to promote inter- 
nati<»al goodwill and understanding through such af- 
fBiations. 

Mois, which has a population of about 26,000, is a 



seacoast city. Shipping and paper manufacturing are its 
major industries. 

The selection of Moss as Virginia Beach's official 
sister city is the resuh of ties which were established in 
1891 when the Norwegian barque Dictator wrecked off 
the oceanfront during a storm. Virginia Beach citizens 
helped rescue the survivors and salvaged the ship's 
figurehead which became known as the "Norwegian 
Lady." A monument to the incident stands today on the 
ooeanfront at 25th Street. 




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Crood Citizens 
homured by DAK 

Two Virginia Beach high 
school smiors' recently re- 
ceived good citizen awards 
from the Princess Anne 
County Chapter, Daughters 
of the American Revolution. 

Jon Huddleston, son of 
Mrs. Stewart Huddleston of 
Twin Cove Road, a senior at 
Cox High School, and 
Ndson Btheridge Jr., son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ether- 
idge of Matt Lane, a senior at 
Cipe Henry Collegiate 
S^iool, received their awards 
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by Joan OMtes 
SUNEditor 

A giant spidierman looms over the cafeteria wall 
screaming "think metric" 

And that's just what tlw 496 students and teachers of 
Court House Elem^tary School did last week in 
celebration of Metric Week. 

The United Stata is planning to switch to the more 
universal metric system, but many people tend to shun 
away from using it, noted Dan Panons, Court House 
Elementary science teacher and coordinate of Metric 
Week. 

"We wanted to make the children more conscious of 
the metric system and to have fun with it. It's easier to 
learn when you're having fun . . . that's the k^." 

Everyone at the school put on their metric thinking 
caps and came up with a week full of activities to make 
the school aware of the nMric system. 

For weeks, students were warned that "Mr. S is 
coming." Finally, due to the artistic endeavors of three 
sixth graders, a giant metric spiderman wppeutA on Uie 
cafeteria wall. Studentt then tried to guess Mr. S's 
height, which ran from ceiling to floor, in centimetos. 

Students also tried to guess how much liquid refresh- 
ment Mr. S could drink in mililitters ... as well as the 
weight of their principal* Qiarles Kelton, and the weight 
of a stuffed flsh which brags alongside of Mr. S ... all 
in grams. 

Students were weighed and measured in metric units 
and each carried identification cards with all their vital 
statistics. And at the omI of the week during lunch, 
various weights in grams and heights in centimeters were 
called out and metric prizes awarded. 

Signs all over the school bore speed limits and dis- 
tances to various locations in metric toininology, 
making it hard to get around without knowing your 
meters and centimeters. 

In the lunchroom, students had a choice of walking 8 
1/2 meters to the trashcan or 7 meters to see a teacher. 

Individual classrooms got into the act by coming up 
with their own ideas^ One class made kool-aide with 
metric measurements, one measured and drew metric 
animals outside their classroom, a kindergarten dass 
made a metric worm and several made up metric poems. 

Each class in the school made likenesses of their 
teachers, which was displayed on their front door. 

Weather reports were given each morning over the 
public address system using metric terms as weU as the 
daily lunch menu. Friday, studmts had 84 grams of 
hamburger, 224 grams of tomato soup, 56 grams of cole 
slaw and 240 milUliters of milk. 

Fifth gracier Vknon Watts Ifigured out a rstedic 
wiaAidr clue and found the h|(4en treasure chest Par- 
sons had been givingmetric clues to all week. 

By the end of the week, students were knee deep m 
metric terminology. And when the U.S. switches to tlw 
metric system, the students of Court House Elementary 
School will be more than ready for the change. 



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Principal Kdton checks ont Ward Fariow aad flads hin 
122 centimetcn lay aad 27 graan heavy. 




Carol Jofdoa's second grade dau drew metric- 
measnrcd aalmdt oa the outside of their class portal. 
Araettc Pegram, Cbantal Anderson, Jeff Ware and 
Gerald Reid do soom qnick, flguriag. 




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All Saints Church hosts 
eighth annual spring bazaar 



All SainU Episcopal Church will hold their annual 
spring bazaar May 20 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at 1968 
Woodside Lane, just off Great Neck Road. 

Mickey Redavid, the world champion paddleball per- 
former will be the main feature of the eighth annual 
event. 

Other events will include an oyster bar, Finger Whims 
by Joyce Coakley, portraits sketched by Alice Vaitkus, 
a country kitchoi, white elephant booth, holiday shops 
and a two-story doll house. 




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Champion paddleball pcrfomcr Nickey Redavid will 
entertain and sign autographi at tiic "Spring Thing" 
May20. ' 



Making crafts for the All Saints Episcopal Church 
"Spring Thing" arc Reld Eckbardt, Susan Banks, Lin 
Annas, Peggy Peizella, Keith Pezzeila, Jeff Shubart, 
Richard Eckbardt, David Carlson and Jamie Lacey. 



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A nationwise survey to identify 1978 crop acreages and 
livestocic numbers will include contacts with Virginia Beach 
farmers, the Virginia Crop and Livestock Rq^orting Service . 
announced recently. 

Mrs. Virginia B. Gibson, representing the service, said that 
she will be contacting local prmiucers in late May or early June 
for information about acreages actually planted or planned 
for 1978 and the number of livestock and poultry on hand. AU 
the information will be kept confidential and used only in 
developing official state and national estimates. 

Mrs. Gibson said that estimating this year's acreages and 
livestock is even more important than usual because of the 
influences of changing farm policies, the fluctuations of crop 
and livestock prices over the past several months, and the 
possible impact of some producer unrest. These reasons make 
fanner cooperation all the more necessary to the development 
of reliable and current estimates. 

The report on spring planted acres will be published June| 
30, followed July 1 1 with estimates of yield and production. 
Hog and pig numbers will be reported June 22 and catdel 
numbers on July 26. All estimates are available to the public i 
and can play a major part in helping producers and others m| 
agriculture make marketing and related decisions. 



Contest winners named 

The Girls Club of Virginia Beach recently held a posta 
contest. 

Hie winners in the three age groups were: 1 1 to 14 year olds. 
Pam 9iesler, 9 to 10 year olds, Laura Walker, and 6 to 8 year 
olds, Terry Choplinsky. 

New memberships was the theme of eadi poster. 



Your hometown news- ceming family, friends and 
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Daily and evening hours by appointment. 



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Suite A Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 

Norfolk, Virginia 23505 Phone 420-9274 

Phone 423-5929 



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Ph. 547-5515 

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ACCESSORIES 
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OPEN DAILY 10 am to 9:«) pm 

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Bayside Motors 

4747 Shore Drive 464-4543 
Charles C. Hale. Sr. tad Staff 

Plasser American 

llungemeot ud PersoBoel 

Haynes Furnlturt Company 

5324 Virgiaia Baach Boulevard 
Furnihire*B«d^lnc-Cari>ettnf 

Rosowood Memorial Park 

631 Witehduck Road 497-6925 
C. C. Kirkpatriek 

Engineering Media, Inc. 

606 R. Lilwrty Street 
Charles Rackwortb and Staff 

Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Drive 491-9M3 
Mary E. Keltic ind EaploFees 

KeJIam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

sill Paciftc Aveaue 426-9161 

Overton's Market • 

1419 Poladeiter street 545-9496 
The Overtoes and Emidoyees 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4140 VirfiaU BMeh Blvd. 491-4854 
Ttylor B. Carr aad Employees 

Furniture Showrooms 

•26 E. Littte Creek Road 
2911 S. MUitarr Hifhvay 
Sasdy BoUa aad Enidoytes 

Andy's Plunging and (bating 

1003 Caaal Drive 465-5000 
State-Rcfistered-New aad Old Work 

Brentwood Restaurant and Lounge 

1312 George WasUaitoa Highwty 

Chcs^Mkc, Va. M7-0611 

Tea ud LMi ft^w aad Conptay 

KempsvUle Pharmacy 

5266 PrlMtss Aim RoM 497-3516 
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What about now ? 

Yesterday? 

Our words and our deeds, 
Our worries and our needs 
are forever gone, indeed! 
Yes, gone but not forgot- 
ten 

Tomorrow? 

Anxious thoughts of tomorrow, 

Planning happiness, but maybe sorrow. 

Hoping to escape the horror. 

We're never sure of our "tomorrow"! 



What about now? 
That which we have is!pnlj,*'now"I 
May we grasp it with "joy" somehow! 
And, at peace, may we be serene! 
Allowing no evil to come between! 

Composed by Hezekiah Spence 



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1712 Laskin Road 426-5951 
L. H. Buros lod Staff 

Price's Incorporated 

4560 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name AppUaaces-TV-Stereo 

Smith Sales and Service 

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460 BatUefierd BtVd: N. 541-2929 
Elwood Smith aed Eotployees 

Home Federal Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

1635 L^ltoRoul 426-0327 
Church Accoaata Welcome 

Todd Electric Company 

^"BeiSry aod Moses Todd aad Staff 

Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Poindeiter Street 545-7837 
James L. Marshall and Employees 

Higglns Realty, Inc. 

6620 lodiaa River Road 420-3120 
Cecil M. iterrisra ai^ Associates 

Chesapeake Savings and Loan 

Fraak If. Wood and Associates 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., Inc. 

1764 S. MiliUry Highway 420-1641 
L. BetmMt Williams aad Persofioel 

J.D. Miles and Sons, Inc. 

J. D. Miles, 3r. aad Associates 

Kellam and Eaton Inc. 
Building Supplies 

Prlacess Aaae StatiM 427-3200 
Frank aad I^vid Kellam 

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Fourth annual Folk Arts Festival 



Old World art prevails despite 





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3each students combine business witli pieasure 



By Pam Vandeveer 
SUN News Editor 



' What runs like a motorcycle on water? What offers 
the fun of water slciing but is easier to learn? What 
could become the most popular sport since the frisbee 
^nd the skateboard? 

> "Jet skiing," say Jay Birsch and Ray Ellis of Virginia 
Bbich. The two are the recent founders of the East 
Cout Jet Ski Association, Inc. and hope to prcmiote jet 
skiing as a widely acceiHed sport. 

"We're starting a Jet Ski rental business this summer 
in North Carolina on Lake Gaston," said Ellis. "We'U 




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abo be holding (^mpetitive races down there." 

"Hopefully it will evoitually grow into a national 
contest," added Birsch, who says they have contacted 
all Jet Ski deaters in this area and written to deiders in 
Florida and Odifomia. 

Hidr rental business will operate out of the ^nerican 
Heritage Campground in Littleton, N.C., and will offer 
jet skis at $6.S0 a half hour or $10.50 an hour. "Those 
are the cheapest rates on the East Coast," said Birsch. 

June 16 is the day scheduled for their first xatx. 
"We'll have racing all day Saturday and then we plan to 
hold a barbeque that night," explained EUis. "You can 
bring your own Jet Ski or rent one of ours for the 
raws." 

Additional races are scheduled for weekends in late 
July and mid-August.. 

"We'll offer 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies for each 
weekend race," said Birsch. "We could eventually start 
giving cash awards, but whm we do we'll have two race 
brackets. We don't want to scare people off from trying 
to a)mpete, since it is such a new thing." 

The pair said their races this summer will test 
manuverability on jet skis, not just speed. Races will be 
i^ainst the clock. 

fTacM will f$t mmiU¥9rMllty 
on l9t »kl$jwt /lite 9p—d, 
R9C9$ will b9 against tim clock. 

Both young men feel that their new business is a good 
way to spend their summer as students. 

Ellis will graduate from Christopher Newport College 
this month with a major in history. "With a job as a 
school teacher I'll have my summers free and can devote 
them to the association," he said. 

Birsch is a sophomore working toward a degree in 
business at Old Dominion University. 

The two feel that the association will offer many 
beneHts to Jet Ski riders. 

"If we get people interested in the association we'll be 
able to get riders discounts on things like wet suits. 
We'll be able to get parts for the machines more easily 
and we'll be able to promote good places to ride," said 
EUis. 

"By this fall we hope to have a publication started," 
he added. 

"In December we're goug to Florida to t^lk to people 
there about the association." 

"We've made contacts with the surf shops here and 



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and flea market benefits Friends SchQol 



A charity auction stirtii^ it 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 7fi, 
will be held at Virgjnia Beach Friends School. 1537 Laskin 
lUMd. Thhifs Unlimited will sponsor a fkamarket throughout 
the aaction. 

Ovw $8000 worth of new merchandise and gift ontificates 
for food, tessons, haircuits. portraits, and skidng have been 
dtmtti by 200 local merchants. Meddns Pcmtias and Beach 
Fod have donated 2 used cars, uid East Coast Cyde Salvage 
a mtHiKcytk. Otiwr itenu indwle a cakuhuor. an $80 



skateboard, a 14' caiiq>er tralkr, eleAric drills, te^aet chair, 
a 10-speed bicycle, and a weekend at the Ocean Ishud Inn. 

Bidders will benefit from a flahbowl prize drawing every 13 
minutes, bududuig 4 CB radio give-awys. There will be 
refreshments from Stewart Sandwiches, McD(malds, Carvel's 
ice-oeim and a bake sale„ along with a display of quQts and a 
solar collector. 

Raindate is Sunday, May 21 at 1:30. Muta Oiarge and 
Bankamoicard accepted. 



Rant a tree at Mt. Trashmore 



nt^lqhiia Beadi Department of Parks and Reoeation is 
baglHing a "Plant a Tree at Mt. Tradunore" program. With 
tfH opansioa of parking fadlitks, rqriaoanent of trees 
daiH|Ml by the weadi« ud park users, and with the 
iiffff^"'"! iqhgradmg of the park, there is a need for a 
hdpiiWhand. 

TkB dty will gratefully accqX a donadon of a tree or a 



mcmetary donittion. If a group or tauUvklual desires to make a 
donadon, they should contact tte parks divirion at 467-2027. 

Gemrally, a donor orders aiui pajv for the gift at the 
nursoy and the dty will do the {riaatiiDg and provicte perpetuid 
mabtraance. If a duock is fwwarded to the dty, h will be 
phtced in a qiedal "City Beaudficati<» Fund." 

Citizoi si^port of this pro^m hi grei^ anmdated. 



they are willing to give discounts to rido's if we can get 
people interested in the association," said Birsch. 

Although Birsch and Ellis can ride a Jet Ski backwar- 
ds and are able to handle one in choppy ocean waters, 
both agrw that a lake is the best place to learn to ride. 

"The ocean is a fine place to operate a Jet Ski on a 
glassy day," explained Birsch. "But a lake is really an 
ideal place because the water is cabn and it's large 
enough to have room to really move around. That's why 
we chose Lake Gaston for our operation. 

"Thon'sllfraHynollmlt 

to tho things you can do on It, 

Ilka turning and cutting.' 



"Learning to ride a Jet Ski is something the whole 
family can do," he added. "We usually start a person 
lying down on the ski. When you get your speed up you 
can get on your knees. Eventually you can stand up and 
jump wakes." 

The pair points out the safety of the Jet Ski as a very 
desirable feature. "It works by jet suction, so there's no 
propellor to get cut on , " said Ellis . 

"The hull is specially weighted so if you fall off, the 
machine automatically slows down and begins moving 
in a wide circle. All you have to do is swim in the path of 
the circle and jump back on." 

Jet skis have been in this area for only three years, 
Ellis pointed out, adding that Kawaski is the only com- 
pany manufacturing the machine. 

"The ski has a 440 engine and has 27 horsepower," 
said Birsch. It weighs about 200 pounds and can go up 
to 30 to 35 miles per hour. 

"It's like a motorcycle on water," he described. 
"There's literally no limit to the things you can do on it 
like turning and cutting. That's why we think it could 
really become a challenging sport that will be enjoyed by 
a lot of people." 

Birsch and Ellis added that anyone interested in the 
association may write to them at 4024 Olen Road, 
Virginia Beach, 23452. 




Jay Birsch and Ray Ellis say their livolvcnciit lu iii« 
East Coast Jet Ski Association is a good way to spend 
their summer as students. Birsch, left, is a sophomore 
working toward a degree in business at Old Dominion 
Univcrrity. Ellis, right, will graduate from Christopher 
Newport College this month with a major in history. 

Photos by Pam Vandeveer 




Ray Ellis looked • Uttk cxtaasted as he brought his ski 
to shore after u hivlfoniting ride through Virginia 
Beach waves. 



Muschna 
dM^^nated 
tptdalist 

Realtor-associate Pam- 
da Muschna has com- 
plex r«iuirements for 
award of the Estes 
Proftssional Associate 
dedgnation as a resi^n- 
tial sp«:ialist at Estes 
Realty Corporation in 
ViriMa Beach. 

Ms. Muschna com- 
fMci eleven specialized 
red cMte o)urses through 
tlw l^ributive Education 
DqMtftnmit at Kempsville 
Hi^ School and is a 
fradaate of Virginia 
Realtors Institute 
(G.RJ.). 



BAkBay 
citizens 
to meet 

Ihi i^u^ m^tiiv (rf The 
tek lay Ovk Ua^ie will 
behdd ntUTKlay, May 18 at 
I PJSU tt the Creeds Hre 
Sadoi^ ktento Mdc Road. 

iBUwHe d oewctwiOT are 
nvtodtotttend. 



Advanced IH esaviiv claM 
set at the Beach YMCA 



Advueed Ufcsavlngis4>emg offsed^ the \^^faila Beadi 
FtaSfy YMCA located m the United Way FuiiUy Cettter next 
to Nft. Tradmiore. Red Onxs oertificttica can be (4rtaioed or 
roiewed. 

C3^Ks will mert two nighu a wedc ft» fi>« wedcs widi Uie 
first ctaas btiinnhit Migr 29th. R^istrttlcm is now underway. 

Caa the "V at 499-231 1 for further biformadon. 



ftwiets iM^0^ntpl9y 



Ob Friday. May 19. at 10 
sjtt. tiie Great IMi braneh 
of the Vbgmia BNch pubBc 
fflgaryas^^wM preaan ta 
qM^ pqiprt ^nr fsr your 
diU^en a§^ three to fiv* 

The Zig Zag Pu^pete wfll 
{Hwamt the )riay "Tint Hitm 



about 



program wiU hot 
twNity-five minutea. 

llmv u DO r^abr^iia aa 
this iHDgna la beb^ held M 
part ti te ngakr ^mk^ 
story tiBM. 

For totho* talDnMtioa 
caU C.A. I^dey at Jto 
Utoary at 481-60M. 



Tmnli l^mms efferad at Y 



Tennis lessons are being 
offered by the Virginia 
Beach Family YMCA 
looted in the United Way 
Family Ceitcr tmff Mt. 
Trashmore. L»sons fw 
beginners through ad- 



vanced, as well as, 
speeWty dimes b^n tN 
ii«ekofMay^. 

R^tttrati<Mi is now un- 
derway. QUI the "Y" at 
499-2311 for ftirtber in- 
formation. 



JimeUllanl 
ie graduated 

June Lillard, daughter 
of James Bradley of 
Virginia Beach, was 
graduated from Columbia 
Co&^i in CfMnnmnconent 
ocercises May 6. Mrs. 
Lillard majored in 
English. 

Swuniniiii set 
it Beach YMCA 

A kvB to swtan canqwign 
k vadamty tt the Virginia 
Beadi Fai^ YMCA located 
m the U^ted W^ Family 
Co^r near Mt. Tndunore. < 

As the weather turns 
'^mrnm nd ipiate Mm to 
^M^ta of swtaunhig, boat- 
^ AMw and (Mher water- 
rdMed afiAMo, h te vitally 
i^ortw t ttM ever^me be 
Mtaad hi the proper techni- 
«Mt of swinmiag and 
penoHd mhi^. B^shasis is 
^Mad SB ^iectfve sat>ke 
mertMmirt. penonal safety 
skills (floating, "drown- 

^ibr aad barfe Hfesaving 

Rl^MMita ta now under- 
•nrarfoi ilaiiiii li^liiiiinf the 
mattgy^ mA. <M the 
••r'^^ailferfurtha 
htfon^km. 



Pari-mutuel betting topic of cliaml>er brealcf ast 



"Pari-Mutuel Betting ~ a Qoser Look" will be the topk of 
a panel discission at the third annud toeakfast mettuig of the 
members of the Virginia Beach Chambo' of Commerce on 
May25.: 

Two Virginia Beach j^el^ates to the Virginia Qeomd 
Assembly, Owen Picket and Bernard Bvrow, will be featured 
on the paittl with Frank H. CaUaham Jr., associate edited of 
die Le^R Star, sovuig as the third monber. 

The ^ghiia Oeaenl Asaonbly passed tegistaoiim earlier 
thb year that will place the pari-mutuel qiMStkm (» the ballot 



in the fall. 

D^^te Pidtm voted in favor of the biU in the last general 
assembly while Delegate Barrow voted i^ahist the measure. 
Each will be given ten minutes on the prc^am to air their 
views and onphasis is to be placed on the economic aspects of 
pari-mutud betdng. 

The breakfast meeting will be held m the original Qtvalier 
Hotd's suin tallroom and is scheduled to b^in at 8 a,m. 
Ttekets are avaiUbie through the Oiamber's Pembroke office 
and may be obtained by calling 490-1221. 



Gator Judo Oub to host annual championsliip 



TlM Fifth Annual Oator Judo Chamiaonships wiU be hdhl 
Saturday. May 20 in RockweU Hall at Uttle Creek 
AnqMbious Base. Host cfaib (<x the eiwnt is the Gtetor Jwlo 
Qub. 

The meet is open to male and female compedtim age six 
Md up. All contestants must be r^iAered with die AmtUm 
AdiWc Uni<». aul» from icvenl states have bea faivited to 
Utcad. 

First t^ee wimters in Mch groiq> will recehre i^aV" aul 



sec<MKl ami third place medab wiU be awarded. In addition, 
omstanding trcqihies will be presented in the junior boys, 
Junhv f^, seniw n^i and souot women ouefori^. 

R^|terati(m will be held from 1:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Mta a 
rules clinic, ttM tounument will b^m at 11 a.m. Three mats 
will be used. 

T^ entry fee for the event is S4. 

For more information, contact Charles Hickman, 
toumunent director, at 340-4878. 



Hellman's 'Little Foxes' opens at Little Theatre 



The UtUeTlmtreof Viqinhi Beadi is pmaa^ **Tht 
LitdeFwKs." a draau by Uflun Hdlman s« in the deep 
South ta the y^r 1900. 

I^fatBant^ wOl be bM mday Md Satvnyqr ei^mi^ 
at 1:30 on May 19 and 20. May 26 and 27 and Jiae 2 wd 3. 



A mdnee wUl be 1^1 on SuiKiay, May 28 tt 3 p.m. 

Tktes are S3.73 fm kIuIu ud $2 f(xr stu^aita. Fw 
reaovM^m. call tte tteatre bcoL offtix at 428-M23. 

Ihe I^ l^Mtre of Vh^ia Beadi U kKtted at 24^ 
Stnti nd Barboton Mve. 



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Teams as far so north as Washington. D.C. were 
Involved in the Virginia Beach Volieyball Tour- 
nament May 6 and 7 at 89th Street. 

Team competition was comprised of three dif- 
ferwit sets. They w«e mens, womou, and mixed 
doubles. 

Sand volleyball is an etdting sport that feature 
spectacular spikes and driving saves. California is the 
undisputed capital of the sport but Virginia Brach 
has been attracting some high caliber players from all 
over the East Coast. 

The sport only involves two players per team, in- ' 
stead of the convention team of six for mdoor play. 

Tournament dates for this season are May 27-29, 
June 17-18, July 1-4, July 23-24. August 19^20, and 
September 2-4. 

During last season's Memorial Day Tournament, 
67 mens teams and 17 womens teams competed. 

Toumamenu start at 11 a.m. each day. Entry fees 
are $3 per person per event and trophies will be 
awarded to the wmners. 

For further mformation, contact the tournament 
directors, Walter Fleak at 481-51 17 or Tom Clark at 
481-4656. 



Team ncaibcn Bad Esing and Nancy Smith play off 
each others sUlb for a ratani. 



Pete NolMi froM WaiMagtoa, D.C. and lw|e Smtcz 

from Alexandria pose after winning first place in the 
s' doubles competition. 



Photos by 
Dan Prater 



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Tke firrt romd of nixed doubles was mt tiic best for 
Jim Hayter and Cathy Gram. 




Walter Flcik Ills sH while EHtfi Kohriwcr prepares for 
a retani. Botk are from the Beach. 



Cathy Gnm gets ready for a 
Nobia. 



hard spflu from Pete 






Area rexoned for golf course 



ByLeeCahiU 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 



A nine-hole, three-par golf course will be constructed 
on a 43.85 acre parcel on the west side of South Bir- 
dneck Road, north of BeUs Road, in the Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

Virginia Beach city council recently approved the 
necessary rezoning from I-l Light Industrial District to 
B-2 Community Businns District on the parcel. 



Council also granted the petitioner, Robert H. 
"Braithwaite Jr., a conditional ux permit fwthe course, 
driving range, miniature golf course and recreational 
building. , ♦ 

A stipulation that a 300-foot dramage easement for 
Canal No. 1 to run from Rudee Inlet to Back Bay was 
removed because the U.S. Corps of Enginwrs will not 
approve the project. The appUcants agreed to a 
dedication of a drainage easement which would not in- 
terfere with developmoit of the property. 



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Beach master volleyball team 
competes without city money 



^ ByLeeCahill 
Public Affairs Writer 



The Virginia Beach Masters Volleyball Team will get 
to i»nid|»te in the AAU championship match in 
Dallas May 12-14 with the city's blessings, but without 
tte city's money. 

City Couiwrfl Monday afternoon turned down a 
»e^l for IMO to help with expenses for the tram 
■^A is ^n^m^ of over-40-y«r-olders. 



Harry Pinkus, a member of the tram, which came in 
fifth in the nation in 1974, seventh in 1971 and 1975 and 
ninth in two other national competitions, had asked for 
the money to make up the $3200 needed for the trip. 
The team has rais«l the remainder. 

He said that council gave the city team 1500 in 1972, 
which set a precedent. Council, however, after leamii« 
that no similar appropriation h«l been made during the 
past three years, didn't want to set a prwedent. 

Vice Mayor Patrick L. Standing said that he wwild 
raise the money for the team from individaab. 




1 

Elmore rewrites 
school records 



A Cuq) Elmore Marine's 12 year-oM um afanoet rrwrota 
his ^oHOaay sdKxri's Add meet record book (Mi« 
cmqi^tiiHi last week at Pembroke Qm^otary Sdiod. 

Acoxding to MariiK Gunnery Scf getnt Robert HaoR, Ut 
son, T<Mnmy, shattoed three of the sdiod's ei^tag OMtt 
records, the standing broad jump, the Jump and reach and the 
shuttle ran during the Cfnnpetitkm. 

Y(Nuig Elmme's winning standing bnMd jump wai lemi 
feo, 10 Inches, the distance was dgitt lilies mxt th«i the 
oM recMd. Hm 27 iuA jump aiMi roKA marie b«tef«d the M 
h^ by fow kxAm. Tlie young speedsta'i iriae seoond 
shitttle run bettoed^by one t^sxmd the M recwd. 

TMEuny. who is in tl» seventh grwie, aiKl aocoRb^ to Me 
(tad, is aamtaUng a "B" aveage, also won lecoad plaea 
h(m(Mi diffut tte evat in tlw 30 ^ud dadi and dK <00 ^d 
run. He bieezed tlue 50 ^nb in six second aiMl Mmed ite (00 
yarde in cm minute «id sev« wcMKta. # 

If last week's success wm any tariioBte, Toma^r MoM 
e^tU during upc<Mnlng iMa-vAool <xmptiMon. 

Ike Baoie's reside in Vfrgiida Beach at 4417 
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High schQpl champs battle for wins 
in Beaoh district tennis 





The Virginia Beach High School District Tennis tour- 
nament was held at Kempsville High School last Friday 
afternoon. 

The winners of the tournament will go on to compete 
in the regionartournament to be held later this month. 

In the boys* single final, Robert Crocker defeated Al 
How by scores of 6-2, and 6-4. 

In the boys' doubles, the First Colonial team of 
Crocker and Burns beat out How and Rodriquiz. 

In the girls' singles Stacey Ives from First Colonial 
beat out Tracey Eubank, also of First Colonial. 

In the girls' doubles, the First Colonial team of Ives 
and Eubank beat Nagley and Compo, 6-4, 5-7 and 6-3. 



Photos by K.L, Fong 



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hope Iq the girls' doubles competition. The giris lost to 
Collette Ives and Tracey Eubank of First Colonial. 




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defeated Al How of Cox. 



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Virginia Beacli Navymen experience 
cuiture and iieritage of West Africa 



It's as different, unique and mysterious as any travel 
brochiire could possibly describe. From the Northern 
Sahara, where the Moslem way of life still thrives to the 
equatioral area's of thick, lush, tropical rain forests, 
Africa is a continent of many races, practicing 
numerous religions, encompassing countless customs. 

From Casablanca, Morocco, to Abidjan, Ivory 
Coast, recently some 1500 Navy and Marine Corps per- 
sonnel, many who are resic^ts of Virginia Beach, had 
the opportunity to experience much of which is truly 
West Africa. 

For those men of Task Group 21 .6, comprised of the 
amphibious assault ship INCHOfi, the destroyer 
SPRUANCE and the fleet frigate VALDEZ, the visit to 
West Africa began in January and ended in late April 
when the task group returned to Norfolk. 

In every port visited, the initial reaction by the 
American's was one of anticipation. The first time in 
some 10 years a task group had visited West Africa the 
deployment offered a unique chance for discovery. As 
one Virginia Beach crewnember from the INCHON 
noted, "The chance to see and visit so many different 
African countries is an opportunity that comes once in a 
lifetime". 

As sailors and marine's from the deployed units 
broused the colorful market places of Casablanca, 
Dakar, and Abidjan, searching for bargains in brass 
and woodcarvlngs, aqd residents of those cities 
anxiously awaited their chance to tour one of three U.S. 
Navy ships. 

Record numbers of visitors were noted by each ship in 
all ports visited as Lieutenant R. M. Galecki, INCHON 
Public Affairs officer commented, "I've never seen 
anything like it, people stood in line for hours for 30- 
minute tours". 

While African's expressed a keen interest in the 
American warships, the men of those ships also ex- 
pressed an equal interest in the culture and heritage of 
each country. 

Snake charming exhibitions in Marrakesh, Morocco, 
followed by canoe trips in Senegal, gave many the op- 
portunity to view a different side of the continent. 

To visit and experience different countries and their 
customs is a unique opportunity, and for the Virginia 
Beach residents of Task Group 21.6 the cruise to West 
Africa will be one especially remembered. 




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An unusual experience, a ride in a dug-out canoe near 
the Senegalese village of Fradiontli. 



One of the main attnictioin during the vlsH to West 
African ports was a chance to sit in the pilot's seat of 
one of INCHON'S helicopters. 



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Natives of Bfnau, Guinea Bisiau, listen intently as a 
crewmembcrof the fleet frigate VALDEZ describe the 
various aspects of the United States Navy ship. 




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Beach students get close look at compefftlve fashion Industry In New York 



•The fashion induttry n not all glamour and excitement..." 
fobaWy one of tlw nM»t (kmanding, hectic and 
.»-v,ilive businesKS you can get into..." 
Sure, it's com|«tilive, but you can move up fairly fast if 
*fork hard, remata flextbte and make the right contKts in 
- job " 

re amor^ ^ impiwsions of y} Virginia Tech 

ip|»i»l d^^ and fashi(N) merchandising who 

n the I Ith annual NewVork tahion StiK^ Toor 

tIMeen A. Met^& ai^ MkkA L. Harrei 

m^ were ammf the p«t^^ siwlentt. ' 

^ trip to the nati«i*i luMm ca^ii is f»rt of an 



independent study course in Tech'i dqMurtnent of dotUu 
textUes and related art (CTRA). The low's purpose was to 
incr«se the student's umierstandii^ of the imerrelatio^lps 
Mumt crettion. production, dtaribution md pranoikM of 
nber, fabrics and aiqwei. 

The toir also was daigirai to ^ve ttudetts m oppommtf 
to ot^rve and aaaly» fall fashwn tn^ tbtthMd mM to 
incre^ ttor awareimi of owipetitlon, tpe^, ffcauWIky and 
«Mi^rtcati«i chani^ in tlw iadMiy. mU tmi F. Toder 
trip cowdhMitor and profmm of COUi. 

KitttM. IMteiKM. aausUM pntmm «rf CTTU «kI 
co-TOOTdiiMor. added that studenti goi a fetfagftr die need 



to pretfia tature trsKte and for the wiik yutof of faduoa 
carws. ftrom ^txa^m with Tedi ^mnae mi oihm m 
fashion-related jobs, the sttdents learned about both 
ratry-jevi) ahd moK ^i«M^ j^w ia tte (Wd. 

The stwtants luttd the dtae wwktaf r^ttaaUpt hetwem 
reuil stAv buyers and textile and qyvei manufwurers, as 
w^ as the ew^emitm betvwsi n^ufMu^ and fashioa 
Biagarinci. 

AnMMig the bushiwes the roup viiitid wwe J.C. Penny 
Co., B. Akman, Gabnese Corp., Jmy down's Fabrte 
Inporti^ flUaoMMir ro^aaiw and Fain;hlU PaUahtnt's bort 
divtsicn. 



The tour tncfaided a bdtind-tbe-aG^nea kx« at the l^o^ 
?«^«^rfli^ and the ^mm^^^^TZ 
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-wasi^ used h the historic CMBm^^^Vec?. 
CTRA ^Mrtnmit. 

WMto te tkm Y«rt, tte poup w«s hMt to seveal Tech 

«*n«e fron the CTRA departimt at a ree^Mbn and 

*an«. The aluinnae. ail now e^iofei in the fashion 

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iiVIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 5TH DAY OF 
MAY. 1978. 

PERALD ^D. 

WHEALTON, - " 

Complaintant. 
v|. 

MARY L. WHEALTON, 
ftal 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

THE object of the 
9bove styled suit is to par- 
tition in one of the modes 
•9 provided by law tho^ 
certain lots or parcel? of 
I^fid situiate in the City of 
yiriinia Beach. Virginia: 
Lot 20, Block 13 on 
the Amended Plat 
of Diamond 
Springs Homes 
duly of record in 
the aforementioned 
Clerk's Office in 
Map Book 32, 
pages 70 and 72. 

AND it appearing 
from the averments of the 
pill of Complaint filed 
herein and by Affidavit 
4uly filed: 

FIRST: That the 
following defendants' last 
known post office ad> 
dresses are unknown 

Mary L. Whealton 
Gerald b.^ 

Whealton, Jr. 
Karen Lynn 

Borroughs 

SECOND: That said 
.nsmed defendants may 
have died leaving heirs, 
{(evisees or personal 
representatives . and if so 
^\ip names of said heirs 
evisees or personal 
Representatives are 
unknown and their last 
jcnowp office addresses 
I^Tft unknown that there 
|re or may be persons 
Other than those nam^ ki 
thf Bill of ComplaijU in- 
terested in the real estate 
||} be disposed of in this, 
suit whose names and last 
known post office' ad- 
(|resses are unknown. 

It is therefore ordered 
t|iat the above nsmtfd per- 
iods if living or if dead 
tji^ir heirs, devisees and 
personal representatives 
(ind if married their 
Respective consorts, and 
§11 persons and all persons 
Plher than those herein 
(iflined, who are or might 
interested in the real 
[fate to be disposed of in 
j^js suit whose names are 
tfifknown, do appear on or 
l^i^re the 26th of June, 
fits and do what is 
^^cessary to protect their 
iflferests. It is further or- 
dfsred that the foregoing 
|}prtion of this order by 
|}^b1ished on^ a week for 
fpur successive weeks in 
t|)e Virginia Beach Sun, a 
spaper published in 
tlie City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

tpSTE: John V. FentreSs, 
perk, Circuit Court. . . 
g|f: Patti A. Keenehari, 
(ifeputy Clerk. 

izaak D. Glasser, p.p. 
^^IS. Military H«y. 
».0. Box 13336 
Chesapeake, Virginia 
.23325 

VBS 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 

idL__ „. 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



1%^ Clerk's Office of 
|fc Circuit Court of the 
Pfy of Vir^nia B^h, 
Sfk, on the 8th day of 
M|y, 1*78. 

Victoria Kamp Christen- 

^ntiff, 
i^nst 



Jam« Leroy Oiristenson, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtidn a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said d^fmdant, upon the 
grounds of . one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
rendent of the State of 
Vir^ia. the last known 
poet office address being: 
1102 South 7th Avenue, 
Yakima, Washington 
98902. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
28th of June. 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his int^est in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Pitti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

William F. Burnside, p.q. 

P.O. Box 1062 

Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

VBS 5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7 



tSOAL NOTICE 
JANET R NEMEROFF 



PRESUMPTION 
DEATH 



OF 



Pursuant to Sec. 64.1- 
110, Oode of Virginia. Notice 
is hereby given that the 
Circuit Court of Bedford 
County, >%ginia has deci- 
ded that Jimet H. Nemeroff 
is presumed deceased due to 
her absence from her place 
of residence at Virginia 
Beadi, Virginia, for more 
tlwo Sfcven (7) years; her 
address, residence, or 
whereabouts behig un- 
known. 

Notice is hereby given to 
Janet H. Nemeroff, if alive, 
or aj person knowing her 
whereabouts, or acting oo 
her behalf, to |»oduoe to the 
Circuit Court of Bedford 
County, Virginia, or a Judge 
thereitf in vacation, en or 
before June 15. 1978, satis- 
fiutory evidence of the con- 
tinuant in life of Janet H. 
Nemeroff; and if no response 
to this Notice is received by 
said date, ftmds now held by 
said Court for Janet H. 
N^ieroff will be distributed 
aoqarding to law. 

By Order of the Court. 

Piekett. Spain ft Lyie, p.q. 
Attorneys at Law 
tOl North Lynnhaven Road 
Virgta^ Beach, ^ginia 

Boiling Lambeth, p.q. 
Harrison Building 
^dford, Virginia 

VBS.3/22, 3/29, 4/4, 4/12. 
4/19, 4/26, 5/3, 5/10,5/17, 
5/24, 5/31 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



IN THE VIRGINIA, 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CITY, OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH IN 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
(^N THE 1ST DAY OF 
MAY, 1978. 

RO^RT C. BOINT, on 
tchatf of Mary M. Boint 
and Brian R. Boint infants 

Petitioner, 



WILLIAM E.ROBERTS, 
et al. 

Respondents 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is, 
in part, the deterniin^tion 
of the custody of Brian R. 
Boint, wh^e natural 
flitha' is Kenn^h H^l. 

It appearing from an af- 
fidavit that Kmneth Heyl 
is not a rodent of the 
State of Virpnia and that 
his Ust post office acUress 



is unknown, it is hereby 
ORDERED that Kenneth 
Heyl appear before this 
court on or before June 
23, 1978, a period f!fty 
(50) days from the date of 
this Oder, which Order is 
to be published in a 
newspaper with general 
circulation In the Virginia 
Beach, Virginia area and 
protect his interests 
herein. 

An Extract Teste: 

Craig T. Redinger 

Counsel for Robert C. 

Boint 

409 Park Street 

Charlottesville, Virginia 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk. 

VBS 5/10. 5/17, 5/24 
5/31 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 28th day of April, 

,1978. 

Cathy Lynn Long Irby, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Wayne Alan Irby, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virgipia, the last known 
post office i^ress M^g: 

wood. North Carolina. It 
is ordered that Wayne 
Alan Irby do appear on or 
before the 20th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. ' 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Thomas M. Ammons, IIL 

pq- 

968South Oriole Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

VBS 5/10, 5/17. 5/24, 
5/31 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 28th day of April, 
1978. 

Ida K. Brown. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Martin T. Brown. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divor^ a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion for 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed t|HU 
diligen(% has been u^ 
without effect to ascertain 
the location of the defen- 
dant, the last known post 
office address being 781 
Hoiladay Lane, Virginia 
Beach. Virginia. It is or- 
dered that Marlin T- 
Brown do appear on or 
before the 2(^h of June. 
1978. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress, Clerk. 

By J. Curtis Fruit, D^wty 

Clerk. 



WblcQtt, Splicer ^ 
Rh«r»,p4|. 

Ndrfolk, Virginia 

VBS 5/10, 5/17. 3/24. 
5/31 

ORDER ' OF 

PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: IN T^E 
C^lERiC'S OFFICE OF 

THE Circuit court 
OF the city of 

VIRGINIA beach, ON 

THE 9th DAY OF May, 

1978. 

In re; Adoption of 

TIMOTHY HOWLAND 

ORIMM and change of 

,n»me to TIMOTHY 

RpBERT ANDERSON^ 

ByrROypEANandMAI 

THIAI<a>ERSON. 

Petitioners. 
To: Harry Howland 
GdmiQ 

Post Office Box 339 
PoHsmduth, Rhode 
Island 

ORDER 

This day came Roy 
Dean Anderson and Mai 
Thi Anderson, 

Petitioneri, apd represen- 
ted thai the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
Qamed infant Timothy 
Howland Grimm, by Roy 
Dean Anderson and Mai 
Thi Anderson, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
fited that Harry Howland 
Grimm, a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Post Office Box 339, Pot- 
tspiouth, Rhode Island. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Harry 
Howland Grimm appear 
before this Court on or 
before the 29th ^ qf 
Imrte, ; ifW m d vm' 
Til^"" attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 

A copy Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clo-k 
|y: PatU A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Willis J. Spaulding. p.q. 
808 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk. Virginia 235 10 

VBS5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 27th day of 
April, 1978. 

Karee McSween, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

David Murdock Mc- 
Sween, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of living separate 
and apart for a period of 
over one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
22 Lakeside Drive. Lyn- 
chburg. Virginia 24504. It 
is ordered that he do ap- 
pear on or before the 19th 
of June. 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Clerk. 

William E. Culverhouse. 

p.q. 

900 Commonwealth 

Place, Suite 105 

Virginia Beach. VA 23462 

VBS 5/10. 5/17. 5/24. 
5/31 



In the Oerk's Office of 
the Qrcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 19th day of 
April, 1978. 

Frank Ott Bennet. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Tana Jene Holloway 

Bennett. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorM a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2024 Thomas Street, 
Beloit, Wisconsin. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
June, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

A. Andrew Ege, Jr. p.q. 
Professional Bldg. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach. VA 23451 

VBS4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 



Hie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be 
melted into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimcMili upon 
(Mvper appUoition being 
made from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of dnertion of 
the Complainant by the 
Respondent on or about 
February 25, 1978. 

And ui affidavit having 
been m^le and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
109 S. 4th Street, 
Bradenton Beach, 
Florida. It is ordered that 
he do ansear on or before 
the 7th of June, 1978, and 
do what may be necessary 
to pi-ptect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clwk. 

Stephen R. Margulies. 

pq. 

Twenty-nine Selden 

Arcade 

Norfolk. VA. 23510 

VBS4/26.S/3. 5/10. 5/17 



ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



A.*- 



In the Clerk's Office of 
«# ■»»•« ^*** Circuit Court of the 
f ¥^Tlfe City of Vlrmnli -^ 
CIRCUIT COURT OF fmon^jm da)!" 




THE CITY 

VIRGINIA BEACH 



CAROL RILEY, 
Complainant, 

vs. 

THOMAS F.RILEY, 
Defendant. 
NOTICE 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Gerk's Office of 
the CircuH Coun of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 8th day of 
May. 1978. 

Qwrles D. Chavis, 

PWntiff. 

aglyuist 

JiAet Call Chavis, 

Defendam. 

Ilie object <^ this suit is 
to obtain t divorce a vin- 
nilfi mitrhnoiMi from the 
said ^f«Hta^. upon the 
|rovlids of one year 
sqiMialida. 

> j^ an a^davit having 
beta iMd* fnd filed that 
tl^ di^eiidi^ is a non- 
p^^d«f$ oi t^ Sute of 
Vii^i^ the |«M known 
pc^ office ad^^s being: 
RjMte I, Boc ^ID, Bent 
MtmttB SC ^12. It it 
or^6r«l that she do appear 
m f» b^cve the 28th of 
Jpiie, 1971, aipd do what 
may ^e necessary to 
fHtitect')^ ints'est in this 
ML. 

h ^V'Tes^r John V. 

%: ^i A. Keenehan^ 
IXf^tirCtalc. 

%acl^^ B. Lowe, p.q. 

SfdlAfp^AHtaue 

^nte1ftiHijVA234Sl 

vi5/l7,l/W. 5/31. 6/7 



TO: Thomas F. Riley 
c/o Marcie Uday 
227 Euclid 
Birmingham, Michigan 

Take notice that on the 
24th day of May, 1978, at 
10:30 a.m. in the offices 
of Floyd E. Kellam, Jr., 
2408 Princess Anne Road, 
Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
the said Commissioner in 
Chancery to whom this 
matter has been referred 
by the Court, will conduct 
a hearing and take and 
receive evidence upon all 
issues involving in this 
proceeding. 

You will have no other 
opportunity to present 
evidence on your behalf. 

If for any reason said 
hearing be not commen- 
ced on the date and at the 
time above stated, or, if 
commence be not com- 
plete] on said date, the 
said hearing may be con- 
tinued by the Com- 
missioner in Chancery 
from date to date and time 
to time without furtho" 
notice to any |»rty. 



OF April, 1978. 

Richard P. Reitz, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Patricia A. Reitz, 
Defendant. 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2406 C. Monezuma. 
Florissart. Missouri 

63031. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 8th of June, 1978, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
'this suit. 



A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
oieputy Derk. 



Jerome B. Frimhnan, p.q. 
160 Newtown Road, Suite 

416 

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the arcuit Court f the 
City of Virginia Beadi, 
VA, on the 17th day of 



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CAROL RILEY 


April, 1978. 


KENNETH R. JOHN- 
SON, p.q. 

im Pembroke One 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 


Wendy Lois E 
Adams, 
Plaintiff, 
i^aini^ 


23^2 


Don Alton Adams, 


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Defendant™ 



post office address being: 
c/o R. King. 16 Marion 
Avenue. Parry Sound. 
Ontario. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 20th of June, 1978. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Stephen R. Marguilies. 

p.q. 

Twenty-Nine Selden Ar- 
cade 
Norfolk. VA 23510 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va,onaie2Utdayof 
April, 1978. 

Sharon Hemmlnger, 

Plaintiff, 

against .. 

Jerry Lee Honminger, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obt«hi a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion - 
one year's sepnnition. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virgiida, the last known 
post office adtbess being 
unknovm. It is ordered 
that he do appear on ch- 
before the 12th of June, 
1978, and do what be 
necessary to protect his 
intnest In this suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jt^n V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Oerk. 

Philip H. MyoY, piij. , " 
Suite 200 Bel-Aire M4|r^ 
1600 East UtUeCnellhl. 
Norfolk, VA.235U 



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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In tlw Clerk's Offiw of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City ot Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 3rd day of 
May. 1978. 

James Havoi Christie, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

TcH Mae B(H}langer 

Oiristie, 

Def«idant, 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo nntrimtmii from the 
said def»idant, upon the 
ytMinds of separation for 
nM»« than one year to, 
Witt Marrti 24, 1977. 

And an affkfaivit having 
beei m^ ami fBed that 
the ckfendant b a wm- 
re4dmt of the State of 
Vtr^iria, the last known 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office at 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 3rd day of 
May. 1978. 

William A. Johnson. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Lucy Atlec Carr Johnson, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon thii^ 
grounds of one year's con^ 
tinous separation. : : 

And an affidavit havii^ 
been made and filed th^ 
the defendant is a nom 
resident of the State 4| 
Virginia, the last know^: 
post office address beingf 
c/o General Delivery. Pat- 
terson. New Jersey. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 20th of 
June. 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Clerk. 

James R. McKenry, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1044 ^ 

Virginia Beach. VA 2345f 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



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In the Clerk's Office 
the Circuit Court of t! 
City of Virginia Beach," 
VA. on the 17th day of 
April. 1978. 



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Gary L. Harral. 

PhUntiff. 

against 

Bemadette K. Harral. 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit 
to obtain a divorce ^^ 
vinculo matrimonii froi^f 
the said defendant upoik | 
the grounds of separation i 
in excess ofone(l) year. ;; 

And an affidavit havii^ ^ 
been made and filed that f 
the defendant is a non- if 
r«id«)t of the State (^ i 
Virginia, the last knovni!: 
post office addre^M 
being:2331 Common- ^" 
wealth Street. Chicago, 
UUnois. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 7th of June, 1978. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 



A copy-teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 

LeeKelberg 

p.q. 

^ite 101, 533 Newtown 

ROMl 

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 
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TAKE NOTICE THAT 
ON MAY 29. 1978 AT 
10:00 A.M. AT THE 
PREMISES OF Tidewater 
AMC/ Jeep/Honda. 3152 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
234S2, the undersigned 
will sell at public auction, 
for cash, reserving unto it- 
self the right to bid the 
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SERIAL No. 
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PUBLICATION 



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In the Clerk's OfHce of 
Ihe Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
Va., on the 27th day of 
April. 1978. 

JacQuelyn L. Jacobs, 

naintiff, 

agtinst 

George C. Jacobs, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year's 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
rc^dent of die State of 
; Vir^niflii the ^ last" known 
post office address beiiij;.' 
412 Pallets Road, Virginia 
Beach. Virginia 23454. It 
is ordered that he do ap- 
pear on or before the 19th 
of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Clerk. 

TlM>mas W. Goodman, 

Jr.,p.q. 

1213 Laskin Road 

Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of April, 
1978. 



DUELLA GRAVES 
447 N. Oceana Boulevard 
Virginia Beach, VA 23453 
and 

CARRIE COBB 
address unknown, and if 
any of them be dead, their 
surviving spouses, if any, 
heirs at law. devisees and 
assigns, whose names are 
unknown, and lien 
creditors of any of said 
parties, if any there be, 
and all other persons, 
having an interest in these 
proceedings, whose names 
are unknown, all of which 
parties being hereby 
proceeded against as 
"Parties Unknown." 



provided, such failure 
shall not pr«rtude the Ptr- 
• ties Unknown from ap- 
pearing on the date set for 
•the appointment of com- 
missioners nor from 
presenting evidence as to 
valuation and damage nor 
from sharing in the award 
of just compensation ac- 
cording to his interest 
therein or otherwise 
protecting his rights, but 
such failure shall preclude 
such Parties Unknown 
from any other defense by 
way of pleas in bar, 
abatement or otherwise. 

And it is FURTHER 
ORDERED that a copy of 
this ORDER shall be 
published once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, 
and a copy hereof shall be 
posted on the bulletin 
board of this Court. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress, Clerk. 

By D. S. Hale, Deputy 

Clerk. 

Jay A. Richardson 
Deputy City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Viginia Beach, VA 2UK^ 



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NOTICE OF SALE 

Please take notice that on 
the 23rd of May 1978 at 11 
A.M. on the premises of 
Thompson-Royal Dodge 
the following vehicle will 
be sold at public auction 
to the Highest bidder: 

A 1978Dodge Monaco, 
Ser.No.WL23G8All 
39^ rq)ossessed from 
Mr. David A. & Crystal 
A. Franklin. 



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DefencUnts. 
ORDER OT PUBLICATICW 

In this proceeding the 
petitioner seeks to acquire 
by condemnation the fee 
simple title. tOffl certain 
parcel of land situated in 
the City of ,, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, for the 
construction and main- 
tenance of that certain 
public street or highway 
known as "19th Street," 
which property is shown 
and described more par- 
ticularly in the petition 
and exhibits attached 
thereto on file in the office 
of the Clerk of this Court, 
to which reference is 
hereby made for a full and 
accurate description 
thereof; and for the ap- 
pointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain 
just compensation to the 
owners of any estate or in- 
terest in the property to be 
taken or affected as a 
result of the taking or af- 
fected as a result of the 
taking and use thereof by 
the petitioner. 

For such purposes the 
petitioner wil\;|pply to the 
Court, on the 25th day of . . ^ , «^ . 
.mv..4m # the couf^^^i^JSlllS^S^f -^ 
thouse thereof, Municipal 
Center, Virginia Beach. 
VA, at 9:30 o'clock A.M.. 
or as soon thereafter as 
counsel may be heard, for 
the appointment of com- 
missioners to ascertain 
just compensation as 
aforesaid. 

And it appearing by 
affidavit filed according 
40 law that the following 
owjners are not residents 
of the ^tate of Virginia, or 
their names and addresses 
are not known and that 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain 
such names and addresses 
without effect: Carrie 
Cobb and her lien 
,, creditors, if any, and heirs 
at, law, if any; if is OR- 
DERED that the aforesaid 
','partUs unknown" do 
ap^ar within ten (10) 
m after due publication 



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This 
1978. 



leO) day qf May 



Thompson-Royal Dodge 

Vice-President 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 11th day of 
May. 1978. 

La Vera M. Strickland 

Beers, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Harry F. Beers, Jr., 

Defendant. 



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Municipal Corporation, e.i Ji 
Plaintiff, i^ii^^ 

l^nst bns 

DueUa Graves and Carrie ' ' 
Cobble, 
Defendant. 

Tlw (^ject of this suit is 
to SEE ATTACHED 
DETAIL OR ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION. 

And an affidavit having 
been miuie and filnl that* 
the defendant Carrie 
Cobb is unknown and the 
tmma and ad<fii^sses of 
Wa Iwn creditors, if any 
thire be are unknown. It is 
ordered the Carrie Cobb 
pMim unknown do ap- 
pnr h«e within 10 days 
after due publication 
ka«^, a«i do what may 
be aeoeMtfy to protect 
tti^in^est in this suit. 

^GINIA.' 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
C^iRTOFTHECITY 
OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
KACH. 

■ MunMptf COTpcmiion, 
^Itioner, 



of the Circuit 
i^rt of the City of 
%^nia Beach, Virginia, 
yi^ to do what is 
Ptpssary to protect their 
interests; and it is fUR- 
THER ORDERED that if 
any of the above named 
"partiK unknown" desire 
to asfert any objection or 
defense to the taking or 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the Court to hear the case 
and to proceed with the 
appointment of coni- 
missioners he shall flle his 
answer and grounds of 
defense designating the 
property in which he 
claims to be interested, the 
grounds of any objection 
or defense to the taking en- 
damaging of his property 
or to the jurisdiction of 
the Court to hear the case 
and to pro<^ with the 
appointment of com- 
missioners for the (ter- 
mination of just cwnpen- 
satioo. 

^ould any such Party 
Uhknown fail to Me his 
answer and grounds of 
defense as herei^bove 



The obj«:t of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertimi. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
raidrat of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addre» being: 
1118 Land Street, Nor- 
folk, VA 23501 
It is ordered that he do 
appear mi or before the 
3rd of July^ 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jcrtin V. 

Fmtress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

DqHityCterk. 

Lee Kelberg, p.q. 

Suite 101, 533 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's OfRce of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Bau;h, 
Va., on the 25th 4ay of 
April, 1978. 



The object of this sidt 
is to obtain a divorce I 
mensa et thoro from tl^ 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an af^dayit having 
been filed that the defen- 
dant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: Florida. It u 
ordered that he do tipptK 
on or before the 15th day 
of June, 1978, and dp 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy teste: 



John V. Fentress, 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

WadeP. Bettis,Jr.,p.q. 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

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merged into t( divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of willful 
-desertion and abandon- 
ment. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
617 East 315th Street, 
Willowick, Ohio, 44094. 
It is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
19thof June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: PatU A. Keenehan, 

Deputy, Clerk. 

Anthony L. Montagna, 

Jr. p.q. 

Suite 1105 One Main 

Plaza East 

Norfolk, VA 23510 

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post office *i^9u bmgi 
109 A. Main Street, 
Bonifay, Horida. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 15th of 
June, 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

F^tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehap, 

Deputy Clerk. 



Leslie K. Diamond, p.q. 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 



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5/24 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACHi ON 
THE 25th DAY OF 
APRIL, 1978. 

In ref: Adoption of 
William Jason Dungee 

By: Joan Elizabeth Gray 
and Daniel Rodger Gray, 
Petitioners 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 27th day of 
April, 1978. 



Joan Ann Roberts 

Forgacs, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Charles Thomas Forgacs, 

Defendant. 



To: Frank Fields 
Gary, Indiana 



ORDER 

, This day came Jo%n 
Elizabeth Gray and Daniel 
Rodger Gray, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above nuned infan- 
t, by Joan Elizabeth Gray 
and Daniel Rodger Gray, 
husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been mule 
and filed that Frank 
Fields, a natural parent of 
said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Gary. Indiana. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Frank 
Fields appear before this 
Court on or before the 
15th day of June, 1978 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the imi^sed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necosary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 



A copy-teste: 

John V.Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Cler|i. 

Sterling W.Walker,p.q. 
An<NiMy at Law 
555 Fenchurch Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 25TH DAY OF 
APRIL, 1978. 

IN RE: Adoption of Scott 
Evans Cohoon, Ward 
Franklin Cohoon and 
Loryann Rea Cohoon 



By: James Joseph Beckett, 
and Betty Jean Beckett, 
Petitioners. 

To: William Cohoon 

809 County Line 
Road 

Southampton, Pen- 
nsylvania 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
3rij n'TSftid defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
sqiaration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
16442 Bringard Street, 
Detroit, Michigan 48205. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
19th of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 



Michael E. Grey,p.q. 

2476 East ^Little Creek 

Road 

Norfolk, VA. 23518 

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ORDER 

^^^iI"Bay Came 
James Joseph Beckett and 
Betty Jean Beckett, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of the 
above nam«l children, 
Scott Evans Cohoon, 
Ward Franklin Cohoon 
and Loryann Rea 
Cohoon, by James Joseph 
Beckett and Betty Jean 
Beckett, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
William Coho<m, the 
natural father of said 
children, is a non-residoit 
of the State of Virginia, 
his last known post office 
address being 809 County 
Line Road., Southam- 
pton, Pennslyvania. 

It is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
William Cahoon appear 
before this Court on or 
before June 15, 1978 and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or oth^ise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 



ORDER 
5 PUBLICATION 



OF A copy teste: 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



Karia Marie Brown. 

naintiff, 

i^umt 

Gtoin Calvin ft-own. 

Defendant. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 2nd day of 
May, 1978. 

Francis T.^u^nski, 

Plaintiff, 

^nst 

Dcmna M. Suszynski, 

Defendant. 

Ilie (Aject of this suit is 
to obtain a div(M-(% a n^i- 
sa et thoro Ao be later 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 25th day of 
April , 1978. 

Aitthony Glenn Elwell, 

Wmtiff, 
i^unst 

FayAnnElwdl, 
Defendant. 

t^ object of this suit 
is to iM»aln a divorce a 
vinevlo matrimonii from 
the said (tefaidant, upon 
tte ff-ounds of willful 
D^^^n and Aban- 
d i i p ii^ o>iMiiitt«l more 

Aui an affukvit luving 
bert WKle ami filed that 
tN i^mdaat is a non- 
T&tf^t of tN Sute of 
V^^, the last known 



John V. Fentress, Qerk 

BY: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
BOYCE&KALEZIS 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Brach, Virginia 
23452 

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Clerk's Office 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE IITH DAY OF 
MAY, 1978 

ELIZABETH T. OVER- 
CASH 

Executrix of the Estate of 
R.E. Towns«id, tl^^ued 
880 Winwood Drive 
Virginia Boich, Vh^nia 
23451 

Complainant, 



LAKIN LEE PARLETT, 
etal 

Respondents. 
ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

Hie object of this suit 
is to effect amongst the 
owners by sale or other- 
wise of the real property 
situate in the City of 
Viiiinia Beach, Virginia 
and known as Lots 3, 4, 5 
and 6, in Block 47, as 
shown on a Plat of Sun- 
nybrook, recorded in the 
Clerk's Offiw of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
in Map Book 5 at page 
201. It being part of the 
same property conveyed 
to Mary E. Heaney by 
deed dated March 4, 1924 
recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Cou^t of the City of 
Virs^ia Beach, Virginia 
in Deed Book 144 at page 
L Mar^ E. Hnney died in 
193bi seised and possessed 
of said real property; it 
|lso being part of the real 
property conveyed to D. 
R. Heaney by de6d dated 
March 4, 1924 and recor- 
ded in the aforesaid 
Clerk's Office in Deed 
Book 144 at page 2. D.R. 
Heaney died March 1, 
1957 seised and possessed 
of said property. 

An affidavit having 
been made and filed by the 
complainant, Elizabeth T. 
Overcash, Executrix of the 
Estate of R. E. Townsend, 
deceased, that all of the 
respondents in this suit are 
not residents of the Com- 
monwealth of Virginia, 
to-wit: Lakin Lee Pariett 
« has a last known address 
of 5302 Linda Colonia, 
San Antonio, Texas 
78233; and Lindsay Earl 
Pariett has a last known 
address o^ 4€ t$ Ridg^ ■■ 
Road, Green Belt, 
Maryland 20770; and 
John Edwin Pariett has a 
last known address of 
9204 Pinehurst Drive, 
Oxon Hill, Maryland 
20022; and Alice C. 
Pariett a/k/a Alice 
Frichtel Pariett has a last 
known addrns of 1002 
Gaston Avenue, Fair- 
mont, West Virginia; and 
Delia V. Pariett a/k/a 
Ddla Evans Pariett has a 
last known address of 
1821 Owens Avenue, 
Fairmont, West Virginia; 
and Norma Miller has a 
Uftt known address of 
401Almar Drive, Pit- 
tsburg, Pennsylvania 
I5237r and Alice Cham- 
plin has a last known ad- 
dress of 5522 Greystone 
Street, Chevy Chase, 
Maryland; and Billie 
Williams has a last known 
address of 5412 N.E. 40th 
Avenue, Vancouver, 
WaslMngton 98661; and 
Charles Albert Ridenour 
has a last known address 
of Rt. 1, Box 147, Far- 
mington, W«t Virginia 
2«|71; and Mildred M, 
Anthony has a last known 
address of 20 Rehoboth 
Road, Flanders, New 



Ihem parties respondent 
by the general description 
of "Parties Unkno^", 
and an affidavit having 
been made and Tiled that 
they are unknown, such 
unknown parties being 
any spouse of Mary E. 
Heaney, deceased and any 
oiha heirs, <te«^ees. suc- 
cessors in title and their 
spouses of Mary E. 
Heaney and Denzil R. 
Heaney; 

;T IS ORDERED 
that the said respondents 
namely Lakin Lee Pariett, 
Lindsay Earl Pariett, John 
Edwin Pariett, Alice C. 
Pariett, Delia V. Pariett, 
Norma Miller, Alice 
Champlin, Billie 
Williams, Charies Albert 
Ridenour, Mildred M. 
Anthony, Marcelle 
Clayton, George Murphy, 
Heaney Murphy, Harry 
K. Murphy and John 
Denzil Murphy do appear 
on or before July 3rd, 
1978 and do what is 
necessary tp protect their 
interest. 

A copy Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

We ask for this: 

Gelastro and^elasto 
P.O. Box 321 7 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 

VBS5/17. 5/24. 5/31. 6/7 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFHCE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 12«iaiAI¥!<0F Niay, 
1978. 

In re: Adoption of Robert 
Edward Rosebrough, Jr. 
and Venessa Ann 
Rosebrough 

By: Dennis L. Marmon 
and Rita M. Marmon, 
Petitioners, 

To: Robert Edward 
Rosebrough 
3900 Pontiac Street 
Bakersfield, California 
93304 

ORDER 



This day came Dennis 
L. Marmon and Rita M. 
Marmon, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of the 
above named infants, 
Robert Edward 

Rosebrough. Jr. and 
Vanessa Ann Rosebrough, 
by Dennis L. Marmon and 
Rita M. Mafmon, 
husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Robert Ed- 
ward Rosebrough, a 
natural parent of 'said 
children, is a non-rei^dent 



York 07830; and Marcelle ®*" ^^^ State of Virginia, 
Clayton has a last known ' *he last known posf iffice 



address of 617 Sunset 
Boulevard, Fairmont, 
West Virginia 26554; and 
George Murphy has a last 
known address of 14315 
Suffolk Street, West- 
minister, California 
92683; and Heaney Mur- 
|Ay has a h^ known ad- 
<fress of 806 W. Main 
Street, St. Charles, ininois 
60174; and Harry K. 
Murphy has a last known 
iddres 0/ 1210 St. An- 
M>iM. Ftoriaant. Minouri 
ianii and John DenzU 



address being: 3900 1>on- 
tiac Street, Bakersfield, 
California, 93304. 

It is therefore. Or- 
dered that the said Rbbert 
Edward Rosebrough ap- 
pear l»fore this Court on 
or before the 3rd day of 
July, 1978, and in Jcate 
his attitude toward^ the 
proposed adoptioM| or 
otherwise do whsj is 
necessary to prot«rt h^ in- 
terest in this matter. 

f 
A copy teste: 



Muryby has a last known John V. Fentress, Clef )c 
a*ta8« of leaver Valley By: Patti A. Keenehan, 



Grtalric Center. Dutch 
W^ Road, Beaver. PA 
lS0i9 and the BiU Stating 
th« that are or may be 
partm intoested in this 
«*9«3t r^ property and 
whose names are 
unknown and making 



Deputy.CIerk. 

J. Barbour Rixey, p.q^ 
15 StonQT Point 
700 Newtovni Road 
Norfolk. VA 23502 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE 0^ THE 
aRCUlT COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
ffiACH, ON THE 17th DAY OF Aprih 1$78. 



Id re: Adoptioivof Velenda Jaye Bryant 

t^iK named Velenda Jaytf Duim 

By: Dennis George Dunn and Velenda Smith Dmm, 
Petiticmers 



To/ Donald Ray Bryant 
Fort Bragg 
Fayetteville, North Carolina 



ORDER 



This day came Dennis George Di^ and 
Velenda Smith Dunn, Petitioners, andiiepresented 
that the object of this proceeding is to iilffect the 
adoption of the above named infant(s); V^da Jaye 
ftryant, by Dennis George Dunn an^fthd^affidavft 
having been made and filed that Donald 'Rky jftryant, 
a natural parent of said child, is a noh-t'&iUeKi of t)k 
State of Viifinia, the last known ik)st dffice'addresi 
being: Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, North '(^ofiiik. 

It is therefore Ordered that the said Donald 
Ray Bryant appear on or before the 7i!h day of June, 

1978 and indicate his attitude towardjhe' 

proposed adoption, or othd^se d6 what is necessary 

to i^otect his interest in this matter. 

Acopy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerit 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy Clerk. 

Edward T. Caton, p.q. 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

VBS 4/26, 5/3, 5/10. 5/17 

VIRGINIA: / 

IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 
COURT OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
ON THE 14th DAY OF April, 1978. 



.^^ C0MM0NWEALTH9^jyiSGgUI^ 
In re George Gregory Roberts 



,beoa 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



The object of this proceeding is to separate the 
above named infant, child of Patricia Robots & 
Richard Blackburn, permanently from its pu'ent, 
parents, or guardian and to commit said infant to the 
care and custody of the Virginia Beach Department 
of Social Service with the right of said agoicy to 
consent to the infant's adc^tion. .n, 

And an affidavit having been made fjsdi filed' 
that Patricia Roberts & Richard Blackbprgiis a;' 
ptopaty party to this proceeding: but due <8Micnce 
has been used to ascertain in what j»)t)nly or 
corporation he is, without effect, it is QfU^JiRED 
that Patricia Roberts & Richard Blackburn 4{>iV>pear 
here within 10 days after due publication hepef^, and 
do what may be necessary to protect their interest in 
this suit. '} voj j> 



A COPY TESTE: Elizabeth E. Henley, Glerjfc j 

Kathy S. Brothers, Deputy Clerk 

Carcrfyn Tuck«, 

Socud Worker, Va. Beach 

De|A. of Social Sa-vkes 

P^tioner 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CHlCUlT COURT aetk^s Office 
OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA^ACH ON THE 19th 
Day of April, 1978. 

BROAD BAY PROPERTIES, INC. 
a Virginia Corporation. 

Complawtant , 

vs. 

ESTATE OF ROBERT PARKE JONES 



and 



Partis Unknown who may be intorec) in tlw gnveyard 
and aU parties having visitation or ^er rights in the 
fXfVitad locatel on a pared jn Lynnhaven Boroi^, 
Oreat Neck area on Bn»d Bay. Virginia Jteadi, 
Virginia, d^cribed as "Plat of Pfopmy to beCkwve^ 
Frran Hie Estate of Robert Parke iones to^tiad ftiy 
^|^perti«. Inc.". said plat beii^ |-«x)r(M in the 
CSerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virpnia Beach, Virginia, in Map ftook 124. at Pa^ 47. 
if living, or if any of than be de^ then ihe stwiving 
H»iH», hers, devisees, uid successors in title of ludi 
•akldefadants, whose last known post office address is 
ankiK>wn, and who are made ^s^e& defaidant by the 
fa^ deoiption of "IHuti^ Unknown", 

Defmdanu 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



This suit is iHTOught punuant to the pro^sions of 
S57.38.1 and S57-39 of the Code of Virginia, as 
aoMnded, for the purpose of having the ronains 
interred in the abandoned graveyard locate <m a |4rcel 
desi^bed as "Plat of Propoty to be Convey^ From 
The Estate of Robert Parke Jones to Broad Bay 
Propmies, Inc.", located in Lynnhavm Borough, 
Gieak Neck area on Board Bay, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, removed to some more suitable r^x^tory, by 
a rqjutable funaal director, in strict accordance with 
the standards of his profession, and in a manner having 
diw respect for the dead and the sensibilities of their 
living heirs and next of kin. 

. And affidavit having been made and filed that all 
partiiN respondent are unknown; that their whereabouts 
.are unknown and their last and present p<Mt office 
addresses are unknown; 

It is accordingly ORDERED AND DECREED that 
the above named persons, the hein iU law and next of 
kin. Unknown Parties who may be Interred in the 
graveyard, and all parties having visitation as other 
rights in the graveyard located on the parcel dnignated 
"Plat of Property to be Conveyed From The ^tate of 
Robert Parke Jones to Broad Bay Properties, Inc.", 
located in Lynnhaven Borough, Great Neck area on 
Broad Bay, Virgmia Beach, Virginia, if living, or if any 
of them be dead then the surviving spouses, heirs, 
devisees, and successors in title of such said defendant, 
whose last known post office address is unknown, and 
who are made parties defendant by the goieral 
description of "Parties Unknown", do appeu on or 
before the 9th day of June, 1978, and do what is 
necessary to protect their interests. 

And it is further ORDERED that a copy of this 
Order be published once a week for four successive 
weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun, a newspaper having 
general circulation in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and that a copy hereof be posted at the front 
door of the Courthouse of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia. . , 

A Copy-Teste: John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy Clerk. 

VBS4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBUCATION 



OF 



VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 6f THE 
CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH ON THE 20 DAY OF 
APRIL, 1978 

IN RE: Discharge from Liability to V. Alfred 
Etheridge, Former Treasurer of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia Chanc. No. C78-362 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 






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y,,7;^I§,^TTER cause to be? hetrdi^iton the 
petition of V.. Alfred Etheridge. former treasurer of the 
City of Vfa-ginia Beach. Virginia, by counsel, to be^ 
discharged from liability pursuant to Section 58-933 of 
the Code of Virginia; and 

WHEREAS, the Certificates required by Section 
58-933 of the Code of Virginia having been presented to 
this Court; and 

WHEREAS, the aforesaid Section 58-933 of the 
Code of Virginia requires publication of notice in a 
newspaper designated by the Court once a week iot a 
period of four successive weeks and by posting at the 
front door of this Court, it is hereby ORDERED that 
the Clerk of this Court (1) publish a copy of this Order 
in the Virginia Beach Sun once a week for a period of 
four successive weeks and (2) post a copy of this Order 
at the front door of this Court, stating that V. Alfred 
Etheridge, former treasurer of the City of Virginia 
Beach, wiU move the Court on the 16th day of June, 
1978, at 10:00 A.M. at the Courthouse thereof to enter 
an order of final discharge from liability to him, 

I ask for this: 

V. Alfred Etneridge, Jr. 
Attorney for the Petitioner 

A Copy-Teste: John V. FenOvss, Clo-k 
^: J. A. Fruit, Deputy Cl«k. 

VBS4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
/THE 9th DAY OF May, 
^1978. 



In re: A<k>ption of AMY 
LEE BRADLEY 

By: FRANjCLIN W. 
RUTLEDGE and AN- 
DREA D. RUTLEDGE. 
Petitioners, 

To: FREDERICK C. 

BRADLEY 

950 Marcus Drive, Apt. 6 

Newport News, Virginia 



ORDER 



This day came 
Franklin W. Rutledge and 
Andrea D. Rutledge, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant. Amy Lee 
Bradley, by Franklin W. 
Rutledge and Andrea D. 
Rutledge, husband and 
wife, and^aCfidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Frederick C. Bradley, a 
natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress bong: 950 Marcus 
Drive, Apartment 6, 
Newport News, Vir^nia. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said 
Frederick C. Bradley, ap- 
pear before this Court on 
or before the 29th day of 
June, 1978 and indicate 
his attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 

jiaajio 

A copy teste: 
John V. Fentr^s, Clerk. 
Qy: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 



husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having bMn made 
and filed that Dave (last 
name unknown), a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 



VIRGINIA BEACH, Qi^-^^^omi p^ omtMt^ 

b«ng: Oknard, Califcw- 



THE 9th DAY OF May, 

In re: Adoption of Paul 
William Dingwitz 

By: Margaret Rita and 
P^ul F. Dingwitz, 

Petitioners 
To: Dave (last name 
unknown) 
Okmrd. California 

ORDER 
This day came 
Margaret Rita Dingwitz 
and Paul F. CKngwitz. 
Petitioners, and repres«i- 
t«l that the object of this 
{reeling is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant Paul 
William Dingwitz, by 
Margaret Rita Dingwitz 
and Paul F, Dingwitz, 



ma. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said natural 
father appear on or before 
the 29th day of June. 1978 
and indicate his attiti^ 
toward the proposed 
adoiHion, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in thk 
matter. 

A copy t«te: 
John V. Foitms, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Cteputy Clerk. 

Wade P. fettis. p.q. 

Byler BIdg., Suite 200A 

(200A) 

ITW Viijinn Beach Mvd. 

Virginia B^:h. VA. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
Cfty of Virginia Beach. 
VA, on the 8th day of 
May. 1978. 

James Edgar Hopper, Jr.. 

nidnUff. 

against 

Sharon Lee Hopper, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
ado matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
p-ounds of one (1) yev 
sq)aration. 

And att affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defnidant is a non- 
residoit of the SUte of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office uldress being: 
1549 Great Neck Road, 
N., Virginia Beach, 
Virgmia 23454. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 28th of 
June, 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Qerk. 

Robot G. Byrum, p.q. . ' 
2145 Old Oeenbrier Road 
Chesapeake, VA 23320 

VBS 5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7 



WILLIAM N. SANDER- 
SON, THELMA SAN- 
DERSON, PAUL 
SORICELLI, JR., 

ELEANOR SORICELLI, 
THOMAS E. 

CHRISTIANSEN, JO 
ANN CHRISTIANSEN; 

THOMAS E. THORPE 
and RUBY B. THORPE, 
his wife, if living, 

if dead, his or her consort, 
if any, his or her heirs, 
devisees or assigns, or any 
other person who may 
have an interat in the sub- 
ject matter of this suit and 
parties whose names are 
unknown. 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OfFICE OF 
THiE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 5TH DAY OF 
MAY, 1978. 

In re: Adoption of 
MELISSA NICOLE 
LASSITER 

By: MARVIN MAURICE 
DUN^TON and MINNIE 
DELORISDUNSTON, 
Petitioners 



To: Jesse Smith 
Virginia Beach, VA. 



^s 



NOTICE OF SALE 

Pteiue take notice that on 
the 23rd of May 1978 at 11 
A.M. on the pronises of 
Thompson-Royal Dodge 
the following vehicle will 
be sold at public auction. 

to the Higbett bi^kkr: 

bo^ iK^oir-noeqr * i 

X^Hr^Ddaifi^CMrgef 
Ser. No. XS12N6R296 
229 repossessed from 
Mr. Larry Woodhouse, 



fj'. 



We ask for this: > 

FRANKLIN W. 

RUTLEDGE & ANDREA 
D. RUTLEDGE 

By: William E.M. Garden 
of Counsel 
2600 Potters Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 



This 
1978. 



10th day of May 



VBS 5/17 



Thompson-Royal Dodge 



Mr. Walter Royal 
Vice-President 



VBS 5/17. 5/24k 5/31, 6/7 NOTICE OF SALE 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 9th day of 
May, 1978. 

Walter H.Brooks, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Geraldfaie Jones Brooks, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of oiw year 
sepuation. 

Ai»l an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
residoit of the State of 
Vir^nia, the last known 
pMt office address being: 
3685 East 108 Street, 
Clevdand, Ohio. It is or- 
doed that she do v^pw 
(m or before the ^h of 
June, 1978, and do what 
diay be necessary to 
protect her interest hi this 
suit. 

A (»py-T«te: 

John V. Faitrns 

^: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Cl^k. 

WadeP.BettJs.p.q. 
BytoRt^.^telOOA 
Vm Virginia BeKh Bh^d. 
Viiyinia Beach. VA. 



Please take notice that on 
the 23rd of May 1978 at 11 
A.M. on the premises of 
Thompson-Royal Dodge 
the following vehicle will 
be sold at public auction 
to the Highest bidder: 

A 1976 Dodge Aspen 
Ser. No. NH41C6BI30 
171 repossessed from 
Mr. Robert C. ft Norma 
K. Farrow. 

This 10th day of May 
1978. 

Thompson-Royal Dodge 



Mr. Walter Royal 
Vice-President 

VBS 5/ 17 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 

THEIOTHDAYOF 
MAY. 1978. 

PHILIP HERMAN 



Comphunant. 

vs. 

JAMES W. 
MARY A. 



ytL^^nr^nA^m.^ VK 5/17. 3/24, 3/3|.$/7 



Rl^Kft D. JOMS 

BASNIOHT, COMFORT 
ft JONES 
7S2C«terRoad 
1^ Office Box 15066 
MARTIN Chesapeake, Virginia 

martin! ^^^ 

V«S/»7. 5/24. 5/31.6^7 



ORDER 



Hie object of this suit 
is for the complainant to 
establish ownership to the 
following property, to- 
wit: 

ALL THAT certain 
lot, piece or parcel 
ofland, with the 
buildings and im- 
provements thereon, 
situate, lying and 
being in the aty of 
Virginia Beach (form- 
erly Princess Anne 
County), Virginia, 
being known, num- 
bered and designated 
as Lot No. 9, as 
shown on the Plat 
entitled "SUB- 
DIVISION of GAR- 
DENWOOD PARK" 
which plat is duly of 
record in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach (for- 
merly Princess Anne 
County), Virginia, in 
Map Book 47, at page 
• m^ , _ 

'• '■- '■ ■*' "'■'■' ;"v- 

■• ■■■' An afndavft''1i8vii]g 
been made that due 
diligoice had been used by 
and on behalf of the com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration, Thomas E. 
Thorpe and Ruby B. 
Thorpe are, without ef- 
fect, and that their last 
known address was: 
Hiomas E. Thorpe and 
Ruby B. Thorpe, R.F.D. 
No. 2, Box 83-C 
Southerland, Virginia 
24592; and that there are 
or may be persons in- 
terested in the subject 
matter of this suit whose 
names are unknown and 
who may be more fully 
described as the heirs and 
devisees of the said 
Thomas E. Thorpe and/or ' 
Ruby B. Hiorpe; the con- 
sorts of said unknown 
heirs or devisees who are 
married, and any other 
p^sons who may '^i^^e an 
interest in the ivi^vH mat- 
ter of this suit^Uhoae , 
names are unknoii^m it is 
ODERED that iNe said 
Th<mias E. Thor^ and 
Ruby B. Thorpe l^d said 
unknown parties do ap- 
pear here by the 30th day 
of June, 1978, uid do 
what may be mcessary to 
pr<Mect their mWttsU. It is 
further ORraRED that 
this mMice be published in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having a 
^Mral drculation in the 
C^y of Virginia Brach, 
Virginia, once a week for 
four (4) succosive weeks. 

A Copy Teste: John V. 
Fatress, Cto-k. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk. 

ASKED FOR: 



This day came 
MARVIN MAURICE 
DUNSTON and MINNIE 
DELORIS DUNSTON, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant. MELISSA 
NICOLE LASSITER, by 
MARVIN MAURICE 
DUNSTON and MINNIE 
DELORIS DUNSTON. 
husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that JESSE 
SMITH, a natural parent 
of said child, is i non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post offi(x address being: 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said JESSE 
SMITH appear on or 
before the 26th of June, 
1978 and indicate his at- 
titude toward the 
proposed adoption, or; 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter.' 



.,! JohaiVv<fienti<np»TGierk 



( 



By: Patti A. 
Deputy Clerk. 



WadeP. Battis.p.q. 
Byler Bldg.. Suite 200A 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. VA. 



VBS 

5/31 



5/10. 5/17. 5/24. 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit CWirt of the 
City of Virginia Beiu;h. 
VA. on the 3rd (lay of 
May, 1978. 

Cynthia Louise Ifiggin- 

son, M 

PUintiff. 

against 

Michael Andrew Higgin- 

son. 

Defendant. 

The object of thirsuit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii frcrni the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is i non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addros being: 
1M3 Shop No.5, USS 
NimiU. CVN-68, F.P.O. 
NewYork,NY09S01.Itis 
ordered that he doJi^rar 
on w b^we the 20th of 
Ji^, 1978, and do what 
may be ''necessary to 
|V(Mect his inta-«t in this 
suit. 



A copy-T«te: 
Fentress 
By: Patti A. 
DN^uty Clerk. 



John V. 



Kesiehan, 



Bernard G. I^rrow, p.q. 
3104 Arctic Aveiue 
Virginia Beach, V A 23451 






Keenehan. I 



VBS 

5/31 



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VIKtaNIA HI- A< II SUN, ^ i:ilNI<.SI»AV. MAY 17. 1V7K 



Virginia Beach Public Notices cont'd 



OKDIK 
IMJHIK AIION 



C)l 



piMI KM ION 


OKDI-K Oi- 
I'UIIIK ATION 


111 flu- CU-ik's OlTicc ol 
iftc (.'iiviiil t'oiirl of (he 
O'itv of Virginia Itcacli, 
V'a.. t»ii ihc 251 h ilay i>r 
April. I»)78. 


III Iho Clerk's OHicc «»! 
Ihc Ciiciiil Coiifl ill llic 
(ily <»l Virginia Beach. 
VA. (tn Ihc 27iji clay nl 
April, 1978. 



I I oiiiiicJ. King, Jr., 

I l^laiiiliU, 

I 

I ajiainsi 

i Sliiilcy C King. 

I l)clciulaii(. 



I riic ohjcci of this suit 
lis' lo obtain a divorce a 
|nH.Misa et thoro to be luler 
|nK*rged into a divorce a 
^vinculo matrimonii from 
.^tl}c said derendant, upon 
|the grounds of wilU'ul 
fdesertion and abandon- 
iment as of April I. 1978 
Jundcr ihe provisions of 
sSijction 20-95 and 20-91 
|(6) of Ihc Code of Virginia 
§(1950) as amended. 
\ And an affidavit having 
ibeen made and filed that 
^hc defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
/irginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
loute 4, Bo.x 113. 
^rookhaven, Mississippi, 
^9601. 



1 



t is ordered that she do 
l^ppear on or before the 
jl5th of June, 1 978, and do 
l^hat may be necessary to 
jjrotect her interest in this 
|uit. 



|A copy -Teste: 
sJohn V. Fentress 

L 

By: Patti A. Kecnehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 



William limolhy Kcnipli. 

IMainlilf. 

against 

Cynihia H;irkcr Kemph, 

IK'fcndanl. 

Ihe object of I his suit is 
lo obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from Ihc 
said defendant upon Ihc 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
bcvn made and Hied that 
Ihe defendant is a non- 
residenl of Ihc Stale of 
Virginia, Ihc last known 
post office address being: 
Spartanvilla, Apartment 
l-G. Spartanburg, South 
Carolina. 1 1 is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
before Ihe •19th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy, Clerk. 

Donald E. Lee, Jr.,p.q. 
2625 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23456 

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III re: Adoption of an in- 
fant male child under the 
age of foiiriccii years li) 
named Bradley Scott Kcii- 
shaw 

By: Richard l,ee Rcnshaw 
and Susan Kahl King Rcn- 
shaw, 

I'elititmcrs 

lo: Russell Rhea Jarvis 
ll8(X)RcislcrslownRd. 
Rcislcrlown, Md. 

ORDER 



This day came 
Richard Lcc Rcnshaw and 
Susan Kahl King Rcn- 
shaw, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Bradley Scott Harvis, by 
Richard Lee Renshaw and 
Susan Kahl King Ren- 
shaw, husband and .wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
Russell Rhea Harvis, a 
natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being: 1 1800 Reister- 
stown Road; Reister- 
stown. Maryland 22136. 

It is therefore Or- 
dered that the said Russell 
Rhea Jarvis appear before 
this Court on or before the 
19th of June. 1978 and in- 
dicate his attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 



Ill the ( Icrk's Office of 
ihc ( iiciiil < ourl of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 4ih day -of 
May. I97K. 

Sarah 1- ranees Chcsson, 

I'laintiff, 

against 

Calvin Chcsson, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of continuous 
separation for a period of 
more than one (I) year 
pursuant to Section 20-91 
(9) of the Code of 
Virginia, 1950, as amen- 
ded. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the Stale of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
49 Stanton Street, New 
York, New York. It is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 26th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

James E. Brydges, Jr., 

p.q. 

P.O. Box 626 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23451 

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NOTKIOI PUBLIC MI.ARINCi 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will con- 
duct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, June 7, 1978, at 
7:30 I'M. in ihc Council Chambers, Administration 
Building, Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The lollowiiig applications will appear on the agenda. 

RlXiUI.AK A(iLNDA: 

1. Vernon R. Howcrirt, Jr. requests a variance of 5 feel 
to a 25 fool front yard setback instead of 30 feel as 
required of Lot 5, Section 15, Lake Smith Terrace, Five 
Forks Road. Baysidc Borough. 

2. Vernon R. Howcrin, Jr. requests a variance of 2 feet 
in fence height lo a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence 
as allowed in a required setback from a street. (In- 
dependence Boulevard) on Lot 9, Section 15, Lake 
Smith Terrace, 1336 Five Forks Road. Bayside 
Borough. 

3. James L. Brinn requests a variance of 2 feet in fence 
height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (Indepen- 
dence Boulevard) on Lot 10, Section 15, Lake Smith 
Terrace, 1332 Fivp Forks Road. Bayside Borough, 

4. James L. Brinn requests a variance of 2 feel in fence 
height to a 6 fool fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (Indepen- 
dence Boulevard) on Lot 11, Section 15, Lake Smith 
Terrace, 1328 Five Forks Road. Bayside Borough. 

5. Annie P. and Leslie E. Stabler request a varance of 
7.5 feet lo a 22.5 foot front yard setback instead of 30 
feet as required of Lot 8, Block 13, Amended Plat of 
Diamond Spring Homes, 5605 Aurora Drive. Bayside 
Borough. 

6. Richard D. and Edith P. Smith requests a variance to 
allow parking of a major recreational vehicle in front of 
a building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 33, Block K, 
Site 1, Part 3, Level Green, 6105 Tradewinds Court. 
Kempsville Borough. 

7. Glenn C. Redmon, Sr. requests a variance of 10 feet 
to a 10 foot side setback and of 10 feet to a 10 foot rear 
yard setback instead of 20 feet each as required (ac- 
cessory building) on Parcel 1, Simons Bridge Area, 2548 
Salem Road. Princess Anne Borough. 



required landscaping in these setbacks on Lot 19 and 20 
Block 100, Linkhorn Park, southeast corner of Laskiri* 
Road and arctic Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

DEFERRED AQENDA: 

I. (Deferred A|wri| 19, 1978). Master Auto Service Cor- 
poration requests 4 varijujce of 48 square feel of sign 
area for a tot«l of 11^ square feet of sign area instead 
of 952 square feet o( «gn vea (368 square feet allowed 
sign area, 584 square foet nonconforming sign area) as 
now existing and of 1 sign to 7 signs instead of 6 signs (5 
allowed, 1 nonconforinkig) as now existing on Parcel B, 
Subdivision of Prop^ty of W.E. Witt, Dated 4-9-63, 
Princess Anne P\u» Area, 3285 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Lyi^nhaven Qorough. 

2. (Deferred April 19, 1978). William R. Yates requests 
a variance to allow parking of a major recreational 
equipment in front of a Nlding instead of behind the 
nearest portion of a bujldjng adjacent to a public street 
on Lot 23, BlQ<;k 0, S««J0n 1. Pplnt O'Woods. 2104 
Pallets Court. Lynnhaveo Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 



W. L. Towers 
Secretary 



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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 25th day of 
April. 1978. 

JoEUen Stampley, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Bruce K. Stampley, 

Defendant. 



Acopytcs 
tress. Clerk. 
By; Patti A 
Deputy Clerk 



mV.Fen- 



Keenehan, 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
ire.N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



Iti the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 19th day of 
April, 1978. 

RiithE.Akright, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Leton Akright, 
Defendant. 

.'iThe object of this suit is 
to obtain a divor^ a 
vftteulo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit havii^ 
be*n made and. filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Vicginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Strike, Naval Air Test 
Center, Patuxent River, 
Maryland, 20670. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
June, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

Pa^i A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 



Wiilipm F. Burawlc. p.q. 

P.O. Box urn 

Virginia ft»ch, VA. 
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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA. on the 25th day of 
April. 1978. 

Susan Lee Upchurch, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Melvin Leigh Upchurch, 

Defendant. 

The obj«:t of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion - 
more than one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit 
haYig^,^^heen made and 
filed that the defendant is 
afioi^feiident of the Sute 
oF -'var^nia, the last 
knoi^^t office address 
b«w '§te Incorporated, 
P.O. 6ox 1108. Chester. 
South Carolina. It Is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 1 5th of June, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to prot«a his In- 
terest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Thomas F. Bietz, Jr., p.q. 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 



Samuel I. White, p.q. 
White and Marks, Attor- 
neys 

803 Plaza One Building 
P.O. Box 3302 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 



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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 2nd day of 
May, 1978. 

Armand E. Voltumo, 

Plamtiff, 

against 

Eleanor V. Voltumo, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of over one year 
separation and hot 
o>habitating. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
99 North Broadway. Nor- 
th Versailles. Pen- 
nsylvania 15137. 

It is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
I9th of May, 1978, and do 
what may be necwsary to 
protect her inter«t in this 
suit. 



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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
Ol THE CITY OF 
VIRCilNIA BEACH. ON 
THE 2ND DAY OF 
MAY, 1978. 



A copy-Twte: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Kecnehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Armand E. Voliurno 

4510 A. Ocean View 

Avenw 

Virglnja Beach, VA. 

23455 

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In the Clerk's Office, of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the 4th day of 
May, 1978. 

Elizabeth Jean Morris 

Sharpe, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

William Edmund Sharpe, 

Jr., 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of continuous 
separation for a period of 
more than one (1) year 
pursuant to Section 20- 
91(9) of the Code of 
Virginia, 1950, as amen- 
ded. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, having 
used due diligence in an 
effort to locate him; that 
his last known post office 
address was Box 12402, 
Norfolk, Virginia; and 
that the said Defendant' 
maintains a permanent 
addr^s for purposes of 
military retirement com- 
munications v«diich is c/o 
Thelma Paxton, 15 Rose 
Avenue, Savannah, 

Georgia, It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 26th of June, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit, 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendian, 

Deputy Clerk. 

James E. Brydges, Jr., 

p.q. 

35th Street and Pacific 

Ave. 

P.O. Box 626 

Virginia Beach. VA 23451 



8. Stan Howard requests a variartfce of 3.4 feet to a 4.6 
foot side yard setback (east side) instead of 8 feet as 

" required and of one on site parking space to 5 parking 
, «*^^stead of 6 paiJcing spac«6 as reqi^^ and to 
'allow pai1cTng"intTie'requfred front and' rear y&rd set- 
backs where prohibited on Lots 21 and 23, Block 48, 
Virginia Beach Development, 523 21st Street. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

9. David L. Cassida requests a variance of 4.5 feet to a 
5.5 foot side yard setback (east side) instead of loT^et as 
required (stoops and steps and accessory building) on 
Lot 6, Section 6, Lynnhaven Colony, Buccaneer Road, 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

10. Malcolm L. Nock requests a variance of 5.8 feet to a 
2.2 foot side yard setback (east side) instead of 8 feet as 
required (stoop and steps) on Lot 4, Block 17, Ocean 
Park, 3715 E. Stratford Road. Bayside Borough. 

1 1 . Warren L. Falk requests a variance to allow parking 
of a major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building ad- 
jacent to a public street on Lot 13, Block G, Section 7, 
Fairfield, 5201 Balboa Drive. Kempsville Borough. 

12. Thomas W. and Janet V. Couch request a variance 
of 13.5 feet to a 2.5 fool side yard adjacent to a street 
(Cape Henry Drive) instead of 1 5 feet as required of Lot 
414, Plat #2, Cape Story by the Sea, 2244 Oak Street, 
Lynnhaven Borough. 



13. 

13. Hudgins and Associates requests a variance of 10 
feet in building height to 45 feet in height instead of 35 
feet in building height as allowed on Block I and Lots 1 
thru 12 Inclusive and Lots 13, 15 and 17 of Block J, 
Lynnhaven Beach and Park, Inc., both sides of closed 
7th Street (Scallop Drive). Lynnhaven Borough. 



The object o^^if »i^ » 
to obtain a div^C!^ )i vm- 
culo matriiQooii i«{M| jU^ 
said defendant, upon th0 
grounds of gm 'mt. 
separation. • Vr^^^^ 

And an affidavit iutviRf 
been made antf filts^-i^ 
the defendant is a noar 
resident of the St|U<? pf 
Virginia the lasl kno^n 
post office >|d4i^ tieiBg: 
16 Manor Close, Henfi.dd 
Sussex BN5, LB 9, 
England. It ^ Or^e^ that 
he do appctf qn «r before 
the 15th ^ ivi^, im, 
and do wfcat vp^ ^ 

necessary ttf^oi||0 Jiitli- 
terestinthi»ip^j^> 



post office address being: 
3610 Rolling Meadows 
l^ive, Augusta, Georgia, 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
9th of June, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
f^ptect his interest in this 
9U|t. 



A^ Qppf'Ttitr. John V. 



%: PalU A. 
'jpi^ty Oerk. 



Keenehan, 



Micfaael E. Bowerman, 

Svute 104, Plaza Square 

3^ Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23452 

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OF 



<-'i: 






A copy-Teste: 
John V. FeQtr«[iit< 



By: Patti 
Deputy 




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14. K. L. Wirt requests a variance to allow parking of ^ 
major recreational equipment in front of a building in- 
stead of behind the nearest portion of a building ad- 
jacent to a public street on Lot I, Section 10, Block 7, 
Aragona Village, 4957 Erskine Street. Bayside Borough, 

15. Edmond L. Baker requests a variance of 10 feet to a 
40 foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as required 
and of 13.5 feet to a 1.5 foot side yard setback (west 
propCTty line) instead of 15 feet as required of Lot A 
and Part of Lot B. Subdivision of Part of Tract 16, 
Avalon Terace, 5614 Normandy Avenue. Kempsville 
Borough. 

16. L. M. Sandler and Sons request a variance of 4 
parking spaces to 16 parking spaces in stead of 20 on site 
parking spaces as required (retail establishment) on 
southern 150 feet of Lots I and 2, Block 94, Virginia 
Beach Development Co., 24th Street and Pacific 
Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

17. KaniKth A. and Lorctta D. Lindblad requests a 
variants of 5 feet to a 2 fcwt setback for a frw-standing 
sign inM^ of a 7 foot setback as required of Lots 18 
and 20, Block 41, Virginia Beach Development Co., 206 
and im M* Street. Virginia Beach Borough. 

18. Alexander M. Salzberg requests a variance to allow 
parkii^ in the required 10 foot setback from a street 
(Laski^ RcMd, Arctic Avenue and the 20 foot alley ad- 
joining the north propeny line) and to waive the 



Michael E- 

pq. , ; 

Suite 104, najM, |«Mire. 

Bl^. 

3284 Virginia Beach Jlvd, 

Virginia Beach, VA 23452 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATIpri 

In the Offk'! Cpe^^4 
the Circuit Court*^ ^^ 
Oty of Vi^^ Mm^, 
Va. on the It^itw^ 
April, 1978, 



Gloria Dent Siqgfiqii^ 

Plaintiff, 

i^ainst 

Ricky. 

Defendant. 



Thc<^jMtof|httsuit . 
to obtain a {}ivorcf a 
vinculo matonwri 
the s^<l«Mii&£JSv 
the groiuidt ofSdi^ 
seiMimtion. 

^Mi aufftdavit hf yj 
been madi^ ^e^||btt 
the ^foidant is a Q0jn^. 
itnitent of the State ^ 
Vff^ia. tM J^ k^B 



OR PER 
. ^MBJ^ICATJON 

^"^iatjie Clerk's Office of 
i ^ Circuit Court of the 
^ Oty of Virginia Beach, 

VA, on the llth day of 

May. 1978. 

kathy Lynn Gessner 
Bphftnnon. 

>ii^ William Bohan- 
pon, 

int. 



■ -TV object of this suit is 
; ip^'obtain a divorce a viii- 
«lo matrimonii frmn the 
Sffid defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
mp»r%tion. 

And an affidavit having 
b^i made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-~ 
r<^id«iit of die State of 
?%©o|a. the last known 
i&st office addi^ss being: 
i ^ Barcelona Lane. 
■^PiiBia Beach, Virginia, 
;||frth«tduedUigencehas 
h^n u»d by and on 
Wialf of the plaintiff to 
fl»»tain in what county 
, Of corporation the defen- 
^4mV#, without effect. It 
:^,o%r^ that he do ap- 
}^ on or befve the 3rd 
, of Jidb?, 29^8, and do what 
^t^'^ be necefsary to 
^mm his intePRt in this 



John 



* 
V. 



ntfcfs ;\ 

By; Patti A. Keenehan, 
puty Clerk. 



.. FWm,p.q, 
Jfwater Legal Aid 
-■iety 
w;) Outlaw Stre« 
Chesapeake Va, 233M 

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MMM 



[^Mfcl 




■» | »4< I 



ai*a» .«**»-*%♦ ♦_ 



r 



Vlfginia B»«ch PiibHc Nollctt cont'd 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN. Wi'J)NKSIMY, MAY 17, 1978 15 



ORDPR 
PUBLICATION 



QF 



In tlie Clerk's Offlce of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B^ch, 
VA. on the nth day of 
May. 1978. 

Charles Olin Willis. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Barbarn Jean Willis, 

pefenctant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an af fldavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being; 
2200 Shadowlawn Drive, 
Naples, Fl. 33940. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 3rd of 
July, 1978. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Cox. Cox & Cox, p.q. 
1518 Atlantic Avenue 
Virginia Beach. VA. 
23451 

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^A 



amuoZ b\bR M)! 



.p.:; 



NOTICE TO 

MATERIAL SUP- 
PLIERS WITHIN THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH 

GAVCO Corporation is 
soliciting quotations in 
supplies, required for the 
performance of the 
Seajtack Phase III contract 
with the City of Virginia 
Beach. Interested parties 
should contact R.A. 
Geary, Telephone 855- 
1045. 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the ' 
City of Virginia Be^ch. 
VA, on the 11th day of 
May, 1978. 

Melvin Eugene Halter- 
man, 
Plaintiff, 
ai^nst 

Anna Halterman, 
Dfjfendant. 

The object of this s^iit is, 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa et thoro from the said , 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion, or in 
the alternative, a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of adultery. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thai 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Vif^ia, the last known 
post office address being 
the marital residence of 
the iwtics: 3S37 S. Plaza 
TraU, Virginia Beach, VA 
23452. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
tN 3rd of July, 1978, and 
do what may be necesary 
to protect her inter^t in 
this suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Qerk. 

John D.Hooker, Jr., p.q. 
2625 Princess Anne Road 
P.O. Box 6363 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 

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ORDER 
PUBUCATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, on the Hth day of 
May, 1978. 

Margaret Lynn Lassiter 

Wilson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Lawrence Dale Wilson, 

Sr. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of the com- 
plainant and defendant 
having lived separate and 
apart for more than one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and died that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Viginia. the last known 
post office address bineg: 
the Tampa *ay Area, 
State of Florida. It is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 3rd of July, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. . ; 
gnfvsri jrvBbillB ns bnA 
A'-oopyiTeste: John -V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Albert C. Selkin, p.q. 

1500 Virginia Nat'l Bank 

Bldg. 

One Commercial Place 

Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA. on the 11th day of 
May, 1978. 

Sharon A. Nestler, 

Plaintiff, 

ag&lnst 

Robert P. Nestler, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one-year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Viif inia. the last known 
post office address being: 
VA 176-Oceana NAS, 
Virginia Beach. VA. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 3rd of 
July, 1978, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his inter^t in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentr^s 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

WadeP. lktti$,Jr..p.q. 
3707 Vlr^ia Beach Blv<I. 
Virginia, Beach, VA. 
23452 

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nwor 



Ltoiiard K, Loii| 



New jioacH comes to VWC 



Virginia Wesleyan College has a new soccer and ten- 
nis coach. 

Leonard K. Long, 24, former iMl-Pewwylvania 
collegiate soccer player and later assistant soccer coach 
at national soccer power Lock Haven State Osllege in 
Pennsylvania, will assume his duties in August- 
Long, a native of Levittown, Penn., graduated in 
1975 from Lock Haven State College with a Inchelor's 
degree in health and physical education. In 1976, he 
received a master's of education degree in health and 
physical education from Tremon State Col^. 

At Virginia Wesleyan. Long will aUo have an 
academic appointment as instructor in physical 
education in the Department of Physical Education and 
Leisure Services. 

At Lock Haven State, Long earned varsity letters In 
soccer for four years and was co-captain his senior year 
when Lock Haven ^vanced to the national quarter- 
finals in 1974 (NCAA Division 111). While playing soc- 
cer. Long was named to All-Conference, All- 
Pennsylvania, and All-Western Pennsylvania All-Star 
teams. 

Long played on the varsity tennis team at Lock Haven 
State for three years, and served as head women's tennis 
coach af Pennsylvania's Seton Hill College in 1977. 



Long describes his coaching philosophy in two words- 
-instruction and enthusiasm. "Coaching demands not 
only a knowledge of the sport, but the eagerness to 
teach young men and women," he says. "1 also have an 
enthusiastic approach toward life, and 1 believe this 

serves as an incentive among the athletes." 

As soccer coach, Long replaces William W. Davis 
who resigned in December to pursue a doctorate at the 
University of Maryland. The Blue Marlln Soccer team 
has won two consecutive Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic 
Conference titles, and finished this past fall with a 8-7-1 
overall record. The five non-conference losses were all 
by one goal margins-primarily to NCAA Division I and 
II teams. VWC is a member of the NCAA Division III. 

As tennis coach. Long is replacing Howard D. Mast 
who is leaving the college at the end of this academic 
year. Mast has been tennis coach since the first team was 
organized in 1968. The tennis team had an overall 
record of 2-14 this past spring. 

Prior to this academic year, Mast also served as 
superintendent of buildings and grounds. He has served 
as women's basketball coach and taught in the physical 
education department. A former director of the City of 
Suffolk Recreation Program, Mast has been associated 
with the college since its opening in 1966. 



Psychiatric Institute sponsors symposium 



Tidewater Psychiatric Institute will sponsor iu seventh 
symposium Thursday, May 25 and Friday, May 26. Hie theme 
of the one and a half day symposium is "Family Thenpy: A 
Close Encounter." 

Featured speakers include two renowned family therapy 
specialists, Ian Alger, M.D., and James L. Framo, Ph.D. Dr. 
Alger is a family therapist on the faculty of Bronx Psychiatric 
CentH', and is also a training and supervising psycbonalyst at 



New York Medical College. Dr. Framo is a professor of 
psychology at Temple University and a faculty member of the 
family Institute of Philadelphia. 

Both therapists will combine a theoretical and live 
demonstration approach. They will conduct interviews with 
couples, individuals, a family of origin and a nuclear family. 

The registration fee is $35. For additional information and 
registration forms, contact Joan Marmorato, 481-1211. 



Calling all actors for a "Pajama Game" 



Little Theatre of Virginia Beach announces tryouts for its 
upcoming production of "Pajama Game." Tryouts will be 
held Sunday, May 21, at 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and 
Tuesday at 8 p.m. 

The musical comedy requires about 30 actors and actresses, 
ages 21 to 45, including a chorus. All roles are available. An 
accompanist will be provided; however, those singing are 
asked to bring a prepared musical selection. 



"Pajama Game" will open June 30 and run through Aug. 
12 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, with a Sunday 
matinee on July 9. 

Director Steve Malik requests that persons wishing to take 
part in the play's orchestra and crew also come to auditions. 

Little Theatre of Virginia Beach is located at 24th Street and 
Barberton Drive in Virginia Beach. 



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A number of Virginia Beach students have been named to 
the Dean's List at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State 
University for the winter quarter. To be elipble, a student 
must earn a 3.4 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. 

These Beach students have been included: Edward F. 
Belbusd. Edward Stephenson Jr., Karen G. Wallin. Susan M. 
Olson, Earl B. Hostetter. Linda P. C^mpbttt, James D. Scott, 
DruciUa A. Rasberry, William A. Consolvo, David A. 
Consolvo, Margaret M. Springer, Gary R. Hodge, Dirk V. 
Derolf, Sarah A. Malbon, Lori Jean Laubach, J<rtm H. 
Saunders, Nora Ruth Steentofte, Mary P. Denney, William T. 
Peters; Cheryl A. Harris, James O. Copl^, Thomas G. 
Larossa, Andrea J. Walker, Terry R. Beardslee and Karen M. 



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Garbis. 

Also, James V. Batten, Robert M. Jones, Steven R. 
Freeman, Carol A. Almond, Lonny R. Woodruff, Dagny 
Rushin, Beth Penner, David R. McGown, John M. Tram, 
Scott A. Kincaid, Catherine A. Harrison, Carole A. Zerbe, 
Robert St. Claire III, Brenda J. Coles, Kathe W. Chapman, 
Erwood G. Edwards, William D. Turiey, Mark E. Mayes, Kay 
L. Hudgins, Lawrence W. Lonergan, Rita A. Mallaly and 
Bradley W. Miller. 

Also, David M. Miller, Kay C. Hollandsworth, Gary L. 
Rouse, Francis E. Daly 11, Darrell G. Bryan, Ronald T. Kelly, 
Drew A. Flanagan and Carroll J. Martin. 



Virginia Beacli licensed to wed 



William J. Weiss, Norfolk, and Tena M. Proctor, SS29 Hill 
Gail Road. 

Phil R. Daugberty, S3 19 Commons Court, ami Sharon P. 
Scott, 3319 Commons Court. 

Timothy O. Sutton, New York, and Marda E. Exum. 1040 
Five Forks Road. 

Amhony D. Peterson, 34(8 Dandelion Cretooit. and 
St^umie D. Scott, 111. 

Edward K. Knietb, SS13 Qurolanne Terrace, wad Shdley M. 
Talbot. 124 S. Thalia Road. 

William C- Cooper, 3476 Indian River Road, and Rosa J. 
Haynes, 3476 Indian River Road. 

James C. Stamey, 1056 Bobolink Drive, aiui Julane B. Bay. 
2214 Sedgwick Drive. 

Johnnie L. Ashby, S047-C Pemberton Court, and Barbara 
A. Barker, S76 Longfellow Avenue. 

Eugene J. Gorman Jr., 647 Baker Road, and IManne R- 
Hill, 4661 Blackwatch Court. 

Louron D. Parker, S08 Treetop Mve,uid SImron L. 
Bam«, 208 36th &reet. 

Harry L. Ndsfai^, 3604 Kingdoi irt, awMthonda M. 
Rins, 3604 Ki!«dom Court. 

Randy W. Grenky, 3736 N. 1 lawood Court, and 
Ddxvah L. Grant, 4S49 Uscayne E 

Thomas M. Baka III, 832A Oh un Neck Road, and 
Heta M. Arrington, 1600 Ball^ Lane. 

Stodard G. BomMn, 3244 Pa^ Avenue, and Vtekie L. 
Skipper, 3244 Pa^ Avenue. 

Leslie J. ftanight IU, 3S^ Orem Gard» Orcle, ai^ 
Bonnie J. H^tt, 33S2 Sir Burton Drhw. 

Guy W. ^lannon, »)0 J^jocer Court, and Malanie R. 
Davte, 908 Earl of Essex Cirde. 

Paul A. Woods, 221 MiAUe Lane, and Mdaaic L. Bardalcs, 
221 Middle Lane. 

WilUam L. Ruddkk III, 2S2 Vermillion Lane, and Betty J. 
Jraes, ^2 VermiU<m Uuk. 

N«U D. Johnson, Norfolk, and RoUn J. McCormack, S104 
C^ Drive. 

Lh^d L. Cooper Jr., 2294 Priaew Anne Road, and Delois 
V. Allan. 403 Gordon Walk. 

AMst^ot Hatd^o^kw, 919 S. Orfa^ Otde. aod 
Eug«ua Paragios, 919 S. Oriole Qrck. 

Kolbm D. Pratt. 3944-801 Wat^way PlaM. awl Barbara E. 
Kemer, 1396 PineoMie Qrde. 

Thomas E. Early, Norfolk, and CynMa Denbo. 4448 
Uttheiraod Drive. 

Timmhy W. Young, 201 VotsiQten L^e, and Dana K. 
Habey, 316 Busher RoKl. 

(Hry R. I^ry, M36 E. Stntfoid Road, aid Weiuly C. 
Henwood, 36M E. Stratford KmA. 

inm P. Ctow, New Y«k, and C^tMi A. Low, 345 
Ro^MMt tyimi. 

Smm E. Jiriuson, l«tew J«icy, aad Uada J. Humirtum, 
P^MyNania. 

U»mn L. Mam. 104 Palm Ita^ ntm, mi Cymhia A. 
Eratky, 104 Pain BmA Ptaiee. 

RonaM D. Miller. Lkde Ottk, and Pnri A. WiUiams, 
Little Craek. 



Paul A. Larsh, Richmond, and Linda J. Hutchinson, 3430 
Dandelion Crescent. 

William W. Bunting, 3313 Weeping Willow Lane, and Mary 
H. Ross, 2273 Wolf Street. 

Lawrence S. Heath, 3713 Silina Drive, and Brenda L. 
Corzine, 3713 Silina Drive. 

Ernest G. Minns, 548 Waterfront Cove, and Helen L. 
Deloatch, 548 Waterfront Cove. 

Charles 1. Snyder, 108 Montford Court, and Roberu V. 
Holtz, Richmond. 

Geoffrey D. Timmer, 3049 Little Island Road, and Kelly A. 
Lydon, Oceana. 

Carl E. Shubert. 402 Longleaf Road, and Julia B. Newman, 
3288 Page Avenue. 

George W. Qtegoty Jr., 652 Der^ Lane, and Vtekie 
Balerio, 652 Do^l Lane. 

Arthur W. B^hl, 138 Thames Drive, and Christim M. 
Hope, 138 Thames Drive. 

William E. Smith Jr., Norfolk, and Vivian L. J(rfinson, 20O 
Lavergne Lane. 

Dale R. Johns<m, 122 Seatrace Court, and Mafy L. 
Johnson, 628 Piney Branch Drive. 

TCTry J. CopeUuid, 4204 Ivemess Road, and Carol M. 
Gurganus. 3857 Anson Lane. 

Rodney E. Kagy, Florida, and Barbara K. Griffin, 705 
Prince George Court. 

Dwight A. Kuhns, 5009 Westgrove Circle, and Terry L. 
Reynolds, 328 W. Pabn:^a Drive. 

Timothy L. McLaughlin, 1610 I^amond S^U^ Road, and 
Anudia C. Huch, Omada. 

imm C. Luooite, 605 Cardiff Road, and Dtmna L. 
Mason. Chesapeake. 

Howard 1. Silvers, 1977 Eastwood Villa Lane, and Lorraine 

C. Oark, 936 Carriage HiU Road. 

Timothy A. Burkett, 744 Oliveri Lane, and Umtim A. 
StephfflS, 777 Oliveri Lane. 

WUUam H. Cumby Jr., Oceana, and Edna K. Riiier, 421 
Ludwick Lane. 

Ronald A. McHenry, 4405 General Gage Court, aad Sheri 
L. Fiwbes, Norfolk. 

John F. Jones, 1102 Hornet C, and Theresa D. Pagano, 
1273 Harris R(»d. 

William O'R^an, 453 Duplin Street, and Debnt A. 
SpeiuiM', 5104 Venture Court. 

Raymond L. Kincaid III. 947 Va. Beach Blvd., and Tracey 
L. Corbin, 947 Va. Be«* Blvd. 

Gary J. Lwa«, 76U Octaa Shore Avenue, ami CWl A. 
AOred, 1137 Five Point Road. 

Henry Alben T. Peterson Jr., 616 Timon Court, Md Dwtm 

D. GuiM, 616 Timon Court. 

Alexander L. Smith. 7053 Holland Ro«l, and Sandra Y. 
Mwru, 3165 Holland Road. 

J^ie L. Tincher, 913 Va. BMch Boutevard, and Patnda 
A. Waierfi^, 913 Va. teach Boulevard. 

Dwrid E. fu^e, 4624 »Md Street^ and Myong H. Pak. 
4624 BroKl Street. 

Nfc*olas J. Veneria. 1876 Enterprise Court, and BeveriyJ. 
Camf^U. 1876 Enten^ise Court. 



Social Security 
Administration 



limnbcrli 
up 







Qy Harvey J. RIdinger 
Field Representative 

Times have changed. Previously if a per-, 
son was getting a social security card for th^' 
first time, or needed a duplicate card to, 
replace one lost or to show a new name, they/ 
just dropped by their nearest social security 
office and obtained one in a matter of 
minutes. i 

In these complex times new procedural 
have been put Into effect to help prqtect the 
applicants social security record, to mak< 
sure that it was not only accurate H*tt «#»' 
prevent anyone else from misusing or 
otherwise abusing the person's social 
^eairtty humber. 

Now, when people apply for a new card 
they miist submit evidence of their age, iden«; 
tity and U*S. citizenship or lawful admission 
status. To obtain a duplicate they must 
submit evidence of their identity and theii^! 
applications will be checked against the! 
records at social security headquarters. 

Mdence of identity should includei 
documentation which shows the person's 
picture,, signature, date of birth or age or' 
other identifyifig information. The best' 
evidence of a persons age and citizenship is a 
birth certificate, although other evidence; 
can be used. Persons not born in the U.S.. 
should present immigration documents'' 
showing lawful admittance to the U.S. 

in addition, a person 18 or over who is 
applying for a number for the first time« 
must apply in person. 

Obviously, this procedure takes a lot 
more time than the old one did. In fact, it 
will take about 4 weeks to issue the number 
and deliver the card - after you have submit- 
ted the necessary evidence. 

So if you are looking for a job and are 
going to need that card, you should come in 
today and apply for it. 

The Norfolk social security office Is 
located at 3661 £. Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 



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Church sponsors services ' 

Enterprise Baptist Church will again sponsor "Come as you 
are," Sunday lakeside services at American Heritage 
Campground and Eaton's Ferry Marina on Lake Gaston at'' 
Littleton, North Carolina, through Labor Day Weekend, at| 
9:30 a.m. .^y 

We also have regular worship at our church on Eaton's 
Ferry Road each Sunday at IJ a.m. We cordially invite and 
encourage anyone at the lake on weekends to join with us iii^. 
worship. 



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Daniel N. Carwile, Woodbridge, and Susan K. Agolinj,j 
4401 Clyde Street. 

Bruce M. Ballard, 3785 Chancery Lane, and Catherine V:' 
H(^hire, 3785 Chancery Lane. •' J 

Oirarge A. Bailey Jr., 237 Bowman Road, and Frances t>:/ 
Chadwell, DunnsvUle. ^^/^ 

Marvin J. Dobbins Jr„ Chesapeake, and Sandra A. Tripp, 
920 Sunnyside Drive. ''^ 

Robert D. Russell, 647 Tappan Zee Court, and Judith &.'^ 
James, 647 Txppak Zee Court . , 4 1 • 

Thmnas L. GilUkki, 3237 Redgrove Court, and Molly Ak, . 
Adkisson, 5053 Lord Feltoa Lane. '^^'. 

Daniel L. Sampson, 3558 Shore Drive, and Terry A. TresS^, ' 
3558 Shore Drive. ." , 

Isiah Hubbaitt, Noitb;^;' and Adell D. Sawyer, 4740 
Holland Road.' 1 serf) wL 

James C. Fitek, 448jLflC(Mi^and$ Boulevard, and Bonnif; ., 
D. Wilder, 448 Lee, i(fi|fl|lan4|, Boulevard. \ '.^ . 

William G. Paul«^ l^^don Circle, and Margaret A.'/ 
McVdgh, 407 Pinec^t uSvt, 

Alfred D. Hinkle Jr., ^li^'Sedgwick Drive, and Bertie C?' 
Peele, 2245 Sedgwick EH^ive. 

Mkduel S. Polychroni, Letsburg, and Catherine L. McKef|,r; 
3705 Kiitp Point Arch. .,| , 

Rcmald F. S«uborough, 3521 Continental Street, and Terii 
M. Co^, 161 Paladin Drive. 

<■ Nrnwood L. Woolard Jr., 400 33rd Street, and Mary A; 
Ruggieri, 400 33rd Street. oq 

James R. Wagoner, 3690 Arthur Avenue, and Diaiw f.^- 
McDanM, 3690 Arthur Avenue. ^ . 

Jack Owen, 765 Abbey Drive, and Taffy L. Shqwrd, 7^5, 
AMtey Pmt. 



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Thomas E. Broderick, 1676 Ashton Drive, and Fruices C., 
Manning, 918 S. Oriole Circle. ''^' 

Jeffery L. Floyd, 37(» Clipper Bay Drive, and EWe EP'- 
M^on, 22» Elder Road. ^ 

Ttnexe F. Ede, 905 E. Piney Branch Drive, and SaUy C; 
Ede, 9n E. Pinsy ftanch Drive. 

Alan D. EMct. 523 Spring Lake Crescent, and Lestee K. 
MuttCT, fl<vf(4k. 

HemwoC. Saw>^, 1536 Va. Beach Wvd., and Elizabeth A. > 
Grin^mi. Rt. 4, Box 4174-A. 

JohttX. laksr 111, Chesapeake, and BeUnda K. Duke, 4690 
Hanover Court. 

Doughu R. DeEscA, New York, and Connie S. Greow, 933'*' 
E. Pta^ Branch Drive. 

%^bm L. Rc^eru. 1336 Ruddy Oak Court, aiMi Tonya S. 
Fwr^»A, ^17 ^um Street. 

Ckm^ W. Cashwell Jr., ukI Teni L. Fortaleza, 505 Sprmg 
LakeOrsoeat. '^ '^ ''' 

G^^ W. Banwtt, 4921 LookoAt Road, aad NoraM G) : 
Byrd, Norfolk. ,;. 

WdUui R. CtnmA, 5815 S. Cherokee Clutar, ami D<MUUr r 
E. RmteH. Nwfolk. 

W^UB M. ^om HI, awimaron L. Grant. Illinois. 

^ayK R. Hartwig, O^^inke, ami Cindy L. Jermsaai ' 
I0l3 Tmtniaa A^^nie. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1978 



^Shades of old Roman gamos bring Beach. 








Ptan Junior's ti^^-war teun ittrilMte all thdr flrat 
place success to their Latin teacher, Mrs. Bomeisen. 
Winning over independence Junior was Bill Giliis, Gina 
Galvante, Milanie Llovin, Kim Ledford, Randy Fox, 
Tracie Ashenfelter, Sean Crlil and Jullie Wesley. 



BayaMc High's DrnM RlMte covMn't wait to don his 

shoes after helping in the Joint effort to win first place in 
the chariot race. 








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Manor High't favofHc bm took first place in the boys 
obstacle course. 



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It was sheer Jnjriiaflonjfor Ftaza Jnnior High School 
students when Mary Ann McChesney won first place in 
the girls' obstacle course. 





Carolyn Pwlnr hdd tight to the Bayside High reigns in 
the chariot race. 



Photos Dy Joan Coates 




Mtm$ Loniace Gnllieminlh and JdH Cmte check 
tfe time. 



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the Virginia Invitationai Olympics 




Cox High's girls relay team took top lionors with a tf me 
of 57.9. Pictured are Marianne Sclieuricli, Lisa Charles, 
Lorrie Garl>er and Cathy Carlson. 




Skt^ Arth of Waters Iniilor HIgli raadys her 
stick jHst before take off. 



Latin students of area high schools came together last 
Saturday for a day of Olympic games in the fourth an- 
nual Virginia Invitational Olympics held at Bayside 
High School. 

Manor High School took top honors in the day-long 

event, which featured field events somewhat similar to 

the ancient Greek games. Events included a frisbee 

throw, egg toss, tug-of-war, obstacle course and chariot 

rf^ace. 

Thrgames were bc&myWmmkTL^^It^^ 
at Manor High School so that Latin students could 
compete in athletic contests as well as scholastic, art and 
craft competitions. 

Participating in this year's games were Plaza Junior 
High, Independence Junior High, Waters Junior High, 
Bayside Junior High, Bayside High, Cox High and 
Manor High. 




KcflMi ingh*s dmrtot tcm flaislMd to third place, 
misring wcoid by ■ J«l|e's dadsion. 




Rmm ... aid the chariots were of f. 





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rriay team on the read tosuMOS. 



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Annual 
art show 
presented 

The Virgiiiia Beach city 
public schools wiU hold the 
uinual itudoit art show at 
Ponbroke Mall through May 
20. 

Hie exhibit will include the 
work of dementary, junior 
high and high school studenu 
from idl schools in Virginia 
Beach. 

Judging the show for the 
junior hi^ and high school 
levels will be Anthony 
Radich, adminiatrator, direc- 
tor of the Virginia Beach Aru 
Center. Awards are donated 
each yeir by the Hermitage 
foundation. 

A special event will take 
place in conjunction with the 
art show this yev. "Artists in 
Action" - a program of 
demonstrations of art techni- 
ques by students - will be 
presented from 10 a.m.-4 
p.m. on May 20 at Pembroke 
MaU. 



BeacA artist 
exhibits at 
warmusmim 

Virginia Beach artist BUI 
Summerlin of Indian River 
Road, has had his painting, 
"Midnight At Quadalcanal." 
accepted for permanent ex- 
hibition in the Guadalcanal 
Campaign War Memorial 
Museum on the Solomon 
Islands. 

Sununerlin who is register- 
ed with the Virginia Comm- 
ission for the Blind, tias. only 
20 pa-cent vision in one eye. 
He will represmt Virginia in 
the National Exhibit of Art 
by the BUnd this yev at the 
Metropolitan Museum of Art 
in New York City. 

The Guadalcanal painting 
is Ilia fottith of SonoMKlln's 
works to be sdected for 
permanent exhibition in 
museums. LoaUly his work is 
currently displayed at the Art 
Cove in Kempsvllie Plaza. 



Gatsby site of 
"Breathe Easy" 

The Virginia Beach and 
Norfolk Board of Directors 
for the Cystic Fibrosis 
Foundation presented a 
"Gatsby Breathe Eisy" at 
the Great Gatsby Resuurant 
recently. 

Hie brunch-fashion show, 
hosted by honorary chiurman 
MikcDeeson, raised Sl,800 
tomrds the purdiase of a 
putanmiary ftiiwtion testing 
machine for the Clink for 
Rei|riiatory Disoues at the 
King's Daughters Children's 
Hospital. 

Area stwes donated 
dothing worn by volunteer 
modds Brenda Wood. 
Maureen Sader, Anne Ege, 
Sberyl Vaim, Marloie Nage 
and Kelly Thumel. The 
clothes were auctioned off by 
Mike Qeeson who insisted he 
wtt f* flo fashion coordiniu- 



reAaurant service- 
'coa4>Iiete with food, wine 
and piano player-was donat- 
ed iqr R(^ Bagley, a Cystic 
nbrosis board inember. 



Byler takes 
layc^e award 

Hie nadMal oqairization 
of Jaycees has announced 
ttiat (Hiy Clarence Byler is 
the rediMent of the "Out- 
stuping Yrnuv Man" award 
t<x 1978. This is tlM second ■ 
crasecutive year that Gary 
has rKeived this award. 

Bifiiet, soa of Vugiaa ^do- 
ud C^u-oioe Byta- of 
Viigii^ Beach, is a dean's 
M staAem at G«^etown 
Uniwnity. 

Ckvy Byler is sJso chair- 
man of the Soutton Ana 
OA^ Republicans ami a 
cttidMtte (ot the Rhodes 
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lutomatlc water con> 
dKioncrs clear it up 
fast. We will analyze 
your water at no cost 
or obligation. 



SLENDER NOW 

Doctor 
Recommended 

Guaranteed 
Weight Loss 

IT'S A FOOD... 
NOT A FAD 

497^37 
486-2535 



NOTE ai^ AUTO 

Norlfic jCounty 
KStCo; 




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r 21-1:30 
Aucion Pnvams at V A L8nriB 

S*miiv.May20at]0«BL 
lS37LaddBRoMi 

AUCnON&nJEA MARKET 



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ERVIC 



JS7S Va. B«m4 «^., 



D.R.STAKES 



)Vo Job loo big or too sua. 
Immediate and pcrsoael scr- 
flce. Low overhemi prices. 
We flnasMX. Gril uyttaM. D. 
9. Stakes, tiMSn or SSS- 
•351 

853-7592 
855-0351 



GLEANING New lunes and 
rentals. All Uads of Oean- 
ing. CM 421-9787. 



: JO'S PLUMBING 

pte pairs umI motflcatiaM. 

No Job too sunn. 
24 hr. service. Low rates. 

461-9105 
587-3002 

kBLACK 

iHOyiE 

IMPROVEMENT 
CO. 

Kitchen remodeling 

Bathroon renxxteling 

Aluminum siding 

Garages built 

Room additioiB 

Carpentry 

Fireirfaces buUt 

Hi to Familyroom 
iversiom 

'oh name it, well do ft! 
399-M39 or 397-717g 
AnytioK fiar free estimate 
by sttte registered 
»M)!|^«r41«191) 
^^*a9 »7-7l» 




DEBOLD'S 
MAOlCMIST 

YOUR niED ttislMistery 
<wi bt ^atned and given 
new Hfe by Debcid^ Mjgk 
Jfi«^m485-M«5*rfree 

J n?% s-6Qef 
SHOMI 



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IM^^MiNTS 

Room iddkloas, b«h- 
rooms kitdiea, garages ud 
geiftral haae repairs. Otf 
aaytime far free estktMcs. 
4IS-3775. Uoeased. bonded. 
10 yrs. exp. • 

485-3^75 



WHY LEAVE 

THE STATE? 

Learn to drive a 

Tractor TMkr in tiie 

Commonwealtli of 

WehaveoverSyeais 
experience training 

PnMonalDrivasfliHl 
we are AST ONLY 
Liccnwd Scliool in 
VkiNa. Our Private 
Thi*« School ofins a 
PART fme or 3 vraek, 
naX toe ReaiaHit 
ifflBfesPraBam. 

Oiii^nowforful 
lifonnaliqn. 

_ REVCO 

fnucm-TRAniRl 

TRAIpaNCINC 
vnONIAKACH 



FAfiV 
•CcMnalo-aaf 

BRUSH-RCHJJBR-SPJ 
ALL WORK QUAIU 

FREEBSflMATES 



NO BACKING 
NO DELIVER istG 



Cieallent commissions — with 
advancement opportunity. 

461.8152 
MILDRED 



QEOIlOiTdWN 
COLCpMY 

MOMBSIT8SF0IISAIB 

-'*ai>l» liwinlig "ftiiari 

*QHt«rBaR«ts 

SALES OTFldE 
333Fraf«MeMeRi. 



1974 PINTO . AMmi 
fwUo, en^e and bqdy 
«we«ent wn^tion, 

triable and ecpnT 
tratuportatioii. Jiut 
■nd serviced. $l,| 
Weekends and evenl^ 
42M340. ^^ 

JWOfTAOOMIUI^M 

f«b«iltenghie.ftfa!speetka 
sticfcsr. eaoellMit tires. I 

tr«* tape player, gets ex- 
«te«ttsniileib.lMb,or 
best oBk. Qdl 4M-3ill0 
Nights: 42Q.94S^^- 

OLDSMOBaE>1969 9S. 

2 door, Aia power, 60,000 
mfles, AM/PW, air, new 
Dial-a-ride sboeits, trailer, 
hitch. CB HMJiOi Od^ 
owner. $895. 421-9134. 

531 

1977 THUNDEKBIRdI 
302, red. U.KiO miles, 
AM/FM stereo 8 track, 
AC, PS.PB, <?ui3e con- 
trol, steel belted radlak. 
$600 cash arid payments 
$176,497-5322. 

■g l ' ^.0£«aanhafli!001>a 
19M f«»YMO^i|jp, 

BELVEDERE 1, 4 door 

sedan, very good coi^ 
dition, new tires, new bat- 
tery, engine has 30^0(0 
mlles.Econom^ '^ 
mileage. $450. 485- 
5314/398-2295. 

524 



jmim-M'Tw 24', 

tf C^vim. tail cur- 
t^^ aU extras, 240 H.P. 
CMC, I-Q, retail $14,495. 
SALB $8950. Kenny's 
547-1444. 67 

1972, 19'/i. 
Ci^ Cfibin, l-O with 
tririift. ..toilet, A VHF 
rgiao,-fwnyequip«d.Ex- 
cerierit condition. First 
$3,000,423-2528. 67 




BABYSriTING •!■ : 

home, ftiU time ($25) a 
,by thehour(.75). Lovi 
care, femxd, experienei 
Ponbroke MaU An 
Minuteman Road. C 
499-3524. . 

5 

COMPANION - 

job in the right 

days only, prefw 

area. Respectable ac 
have excdlent refa«Boc 
425 
425-6705. 67 

PARTLY DISABLE] 
VETERAN wants woric I 

a helper and/or any yar 
work. Please call 4t: 
3119. tf 

TYPING- fast, accuraie 
my home, IBM, all Umb 
Thesis/term papers .6* 
page. Other worl 
reasonably priced. 463 
1757. 67 



SAUn-agMSAY magic 

OQRMBIUDB - Opportunity 
to advwve to maaagenient. 
Liberal ooauaissians, car 
he^^ Udewater area. CUl 
4f7'40<0. No htvestnent re- 
ined. 

• ' ,tt 

NinS(.MimCS ORGAN- 
IC cmmm^.; »Jp 

vanteC this product seOs 
ami Pam as many SSSSS 
•s you care t<d 42S-3834 
after 5 p.m. Free couulta- 
tion. 



HOUSEKEEPING 

Ironing, references, $20 j' 
day. I am a hard workc 
I^ease try my service. Ori 
587-0920. 

524= 



BABYSITTING in ay^ 

home. Chesapeake-, 
Portsmouth Areas. Bx- 
perieiiced. referencfa>« 
reasonable (hourly, ^jily, 
weekly) rates. 543-7253. 

Mi 



iNellces 



aniMt anwgm. rqpis^s, 
?te tl* Jenon who la too 
bMy to Mn; also for « • 
P«^ No nfaion. five de- 
tiOa. Guaranteed. Qe^ $8. 
wir^ your Ufa. llqiiAiees. 
P(a41UV,Va.Beaeh. Va. 
99MB4 

■".'■•" tf 



1972 CAPRI -2000, Green 
4-speed, air coi«iiUonin|, 
radio, good tires, fd«d 
condition. $1600. 484- 
7525. 

517 



WAIIT10 

STUDENTS FOR 

TRACTOR 

TRAILER 

niAINIIM 

VAApprovtd 
IMoHownC o t iwiw J Mm 

WcfkcndarlidMnir 

(>v(rllirnNMir\pcri(Nrr 

n.0.1.(anli«wHi 

tlwrinNrTnidt IMvcrSdioal 

480.3411 

79l711dr«>il(rl»r..N«fiiai 



NOMEimrf 
42041011^ 



COLOMAL _ _ 

CUSTOM loiicaiaiji 

AT MllLPHTJ rtlBt 
lliie^fll 



tSe J^CENT Efleetive 
Bekura on our InveatBMBt. 
Oeata^iS, «wth ISOOO.Ouar- 
l>|tMd. Free details. Haop- 
iwieB.POB 4118V. Va.Bea- 
eb^Va. 88454 

' \ ' : . tf 

.T^ ■ ' '■'' ' H 

"W Wnrr. unique 8X 
^ booklet eotttaiaa a 26- 

fi ftmuda for beeoaiag 
ly. Chasfs your wbok 
, far 0^ 88. FVae details. 
CHimBteed. Hm^neaa 
P«»41MV.Va. Beach. Va. 

tf 



19(MDODGE DAirr, 

white, 170 engine, 3 tpiei 
ccrfumn, good tires, $1^, 

487-3328, ^ t«lf : 

' ■ 5*7'^ 



'"'^"'"■■"'■■PMaMlillP" 
1976 ford' f. Ill 
TRUCK wltheaK 
autortiatic, * **^|^,- 
PB.AM/FM, 15i«qO^ 
miles, custom ^, H^ 
manuals, sli^ng al«lir 
windows. U,1^i. m\\ 
negotiate. 486.*B^ *'£ 



SECRETARY I, In- 

(ti^Mal must have good 
knpwledge of office 'ter- 
mii^oliW with a minimum 
typins speed of 40 WpM 
and diorthand weed of 80 
WpM. Completion of 
stl^dard high school 
coiirw is required, lii- 
tet«s«^ individuds way 
•i^ly to the City of 
\1^^im Beach. Virginia. 
An iqiHil cy^rtunity em- 
l^py». Mate/fooale. 517 

■ * ' ^■■' I I ■ ■ ■' ■ I n il 11 I 

'^'^MW, paiwteie 

forkUtdU pay $3.00 per 

fcour.Qaiaftarf8pi;420. 
W43. 

517 




NAHONAl COMPAN% 

in largest field establisUaf 
representatives now. Low 
investment. High return. ' 
Sound company. Will bi^'' 
back if not succmftil. ' 
463-0126. c 

tf" 



Mm SixlSaoenhitefes- 

;'-'.,;-.- ' . - • tf 



distributorshv. 

Manage your owa " 
business. If you like to' 
work with and help» 
people. Phone 497-5655. 

331 j: 

EARN^ $1,000. MON-^ 
THLY he]{ring me In oiy ^ 
cosmetic and vitamin ^ 
bttsinas, set your omi 
hours. For appointmaat * 
Phone 420-5530. 

511 : 



1>-Lecal taslractieH 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

848.7318 




Chevy Wagon 
Sell-A-Thon 

Over 25 In Stock 
BIG SAVINGS 



' .Atautt-^AS** 



BEACH NEK^iaiaeia^ 
osAnf*"^ — 



8.AJiUC^LES 



- 



Bidders 

HcoM fa^roirenietts 

Cottra^ers 

air«*Bddm 



&ranfc 4t &er tto. <M 
* new work. JMrnnu, 
««t*em m parses. FREE 
ettnttet. 



cm 




■QtfpeMs 

KM^fecB Knaadeftv 

Hi(ihE.^«*.S^. 
llOinrkAvenec 
ClMM^^e, Va. 




•ASWerkGuuw^p- 
CARl'l cp^AMIC 



dUBS 

CAU 
4^7144 or «».74fl 



'<ANIMAL CONTROL 
LAWS become more 
inequitable as man 
bKomti more sophisticate 
•adpwanoid. What to do 
about it? Recommen- 
di^tais offered and in- 
vited. Action vs Apathy, 
P.O. - Box 5054, 
Chesapeake, Va. 23324." 





AMC-1975 PACER, 

excellent coodidw, many 
ORiioat. low mfles. Um 
or best ofr«. 461-20^ 
days. 468-3333 after 6. 

517 



I97S NOR^Ihl^tOM. 
MANDOj 85Cipii^ iii-rise 
m«orcycIe, en^df«t con- 
dition, low iaieage. 
$1,200. Call Larry Weaver 
at 464-8113 days or 625- 
5568 evQtiinjp, 

52^ 

CYCLE INSURANCE - 

Low rates. Imme^UK 
eovwage. OiU O A Af ; 
Insiwance, 3475 VIrgink 
B«KAMvd. 837-5908. 

tf 



Lif ECUARD8 WAN. 

T|^l^ustbeJ6y8anor 
6^. Have Red Cross 
Lf^aying or equal. 
P^p^Wrte/^BpotttiWe 
tp|)p|nts flniyt. The 
Oi«|t* »mfr S#1B| and 
R»Wi* Club - 482-4341 
C|H |4weekdai».S24 



KiyaCerainiea. GertBM 
Djnem TMdier. Ceomhi*' 
tti* Duncan products. 




CAMlNET»MISICdoor 
ftw^ebtiVditaiidawood 
woiiier #eiai«. Api^ 
in p««w Avton Lumber 
Ca^ «33 WllK« Rd., 
C^ipeake. 

5-17 



MAGIC-LEARN froSl ^ 
professional magiciaa. ^ 
For fun and i^ofit. LoW ^ 
nttes. All ages. Phone for '' 
information 853-8852. 

531 : 








cowmncs-Byu^. 

for a itiveiier yait. try 
Luaer' and sec the 
«ff««ace. 423-7546, 



1970 VOLKSWAGON 
BtKJ, manual trnn- 
sndsgion, rebuilt enpnct 
AM/FM. Tires, body, wd 
interior excellent shape. 
"50, 543-2366.. 

524 

IWE FANNIE D. FOiNSV ■ —^ '-^^ 

p.n. osi WFCS^^HI $3200 or best offq-. Nice- 
dtal. Far prayer L„ 
in coumdini dial 1 



MIDSHIP-25' Sioop^ 

rieeps 5, inboard, rtdlo, 3 
sails, eqwpp(»l cruise. 2 
cabins, $11,500. Days: 
393-2529. Nights? 484- 
«18I. 

531 




lou of extras, 
857-7379. 



After 5, 



04 



BATEAU - (WIP- 

MOD. Oood fi^agihr^ 
Rratorsl 1977, » WD, 
27' l^A, new mils, 
hc^*, t«t, ntotc*. «itras 
includ^ J2,906, 622- 
»<8.4«1.7W0. 67 



WAtiltED AMBITICHW, 

Mf-iWier. Who Hkes a 
meet people. No exg^fen- 
ce « fldttCMion reqidiw!. 
Wtf^.ftplyfPO j^ 

15Wt. Chesapeake. 
Wi^nfc,2|3^. 

; tf 

MBt^NGJCARpSir 

1W^ to ^»Bl wHh 
t^f$tpKaan to^ ^t 
P^^ ;Wi aarp«itry 
*wt, 547.^1. 

324 



J<te Schmn BMOod u«L 
«««lwwirwiai*atja, 
•inady have. ReansaS 
^•a. Caliper 6:00. 

PUNO TEACHER. &. 

pm«Ked. Desires ban- 
ner students. Jo^q 
Schaum method ^i^bt, 
or «« will work wk|Mrttt 
you or your child alnmdy 
has. Reasonable rates. Af- 
te 6.00. CaU 489-7447. 



# 



voio; ussora 

PriwBe teacto, 34IM814 
•AerSpB. 

517 



A-"aL-'-- -^ .. 



'^■P*ipn»^ir»w<i»'^»"»i» 



l^f'fl " 



■i^^ppf^wiWip 



IpWL 481^77 DIRECT Tffl Ilt-WWiffl 




MERCHANDISC M-AMlqwa « OrikdMn 



2s£5gj£»j^^ ^^^^^sS 



EiaNGNCSE PUPPIES 

i weeics <M. mother and 
ther M pranises. Very 
fectionate, good with 
ikb«i.$79,S43-1341. 
524 



LASEAN MALA- 
[UTE. PUPPIES. AKC 
efistered • have 
edigrc^. parents on 
remiiet. all colors, 
.eterve your puppy now! 
easonably priced, to 
oodb(»Mi.8SS-7302. tf 

;OCE'A-Poo Pappiei 
jartly) 6 weeks old - 
layful, loving - good 
omet. SS. each. Cock-A- 
>oo femak, 2 years old, 
:$a 427-3090 after 2:30 
.m. 624 

'AMIOT - Africian Grey 
dth cage, talks clearly, 
land trained, good com- 
lanion. Moving to a good 
lome. $499. Call 488- 
>384.. 67 

>UPPIES -PART 
rEBlIER. Will make 
sood hmue dogs. 8 weeks 
M. To food homes only. 
;5.00 each. CaU 485- 
1381. 67 

X»ERMAN PINCHER 
•UPPIES -AKC 

tqiistered, tails docked, 
hots, parmts on premises 
ind have good 
Uspositioo. $150. 857- 
1326. 

• 5 24 

aMHIiBMHHlMIH^ 

il->at8wvleta 

:LiP'N DIP Pet Salon, 
(rooming, bathing, boar- 
liBf . Matter Charge- Visa 
vdcome. Introductory of- 
'er-tO percent off first 
/isit. CaU 481-1400 bet- 
»ftett%5 weekdays. 

>' > 

V YOUR DOG or cat has 
red skin rash, itching, ex- 
Misive scratching; is not 
■cti^ alCTt or vigorous. 
CaU 484-8278. 

531 

TIDEWATER STUD 
DOG REGISTRY. Free 
suppy referral service-all 
jreeds. CaU 583-1214 and 
register your Stud and 
puppies. Nice litter of 
Dobennan puppies ready 
to go. 517 




i^ UVESTOCX 



a4-Mwiw-€i»lc Ed. 

PONIES-GELDINGS: 

Pinto-13.f hands; 
Arabian- Apaloosa 13. 
hands. Eight years old. 
Good homes. Leaving 
area-reasonable. 547- 
2363. after 4:30. 

531 



HORSEMANSHIP IN- 
STM/CTION. Western 
and EngUsb. for horse 
owners A non horse- 
ownCTS, too. Reasonable 
rates of $23 monthly. 497- 
71^,547*7084. 67 



S iriAR OJ) WELSH 
PONV- Moe coaformation, 
tgatlomet, ptoo with good 
kioktag HMteft. Ho viecfs. 
Nqtatlve Oogf ira. 13 hands. 
Wadd tuk* nice ^ildrenli 
poey. OttriM HO lbs. easily. 
Show potettial. SIOO. nego 
tfaMe; movbig mint seO. 
Mk for 
LyM or «{1-3K>4 eveaings 
aadweeteadb. 

531 



QUALnir CARE FOR 
YOUtfaiRSE. VBW 

Fani» 1201 West Road, 
C bM^pey ce. Good 

piMHt, frtadly 

umeufkiat, caU now, 
487*3328. 

517 



f 

PIN B^LL MACHINES - 

for home use. Recon- 
ditioned pin baU nuKhines 
$3M and up. TidemUCT 
Music Corp. 3770 
Progress Road,.,NorfoUc 
Industrial Park. 857-6211. 
531 

FREE KODAE IN- 
STAMATIC Camera out- 
fit (worth $24.00) with 
purchase of 6 gal. 
MURALO Exterior Latex 
Paint at $11.90 gal. CaU 
Womble Paint Supplies 
for details, 855 E. Little 
Creek Road, Norfolk. 
588-3434. 

531 



CAMPING SUPPLIES: 

Coleman- White Stag ten- 
ts, sleeping bags, stoves; 
Himalayn Backpacking 
gear: M & G Sales. The 
Armie-Navie Suridus 
Store, 622-9065. 
726 



<<■> 



FLEA MARKET Na 3, 

3315 South NfiUtarylfigb- 
way. Open Friday. Satur- 
day, Sunday only 10-6. In- 
side staUs and tiAle set-<q» 
fer rent. 28 sta& to serve 
you. Free admission. 487- 
9803. 

^.- — ^ _-iL 

ALUMINUM WINDOW 

SCREENS assorted sizes, 
200 to seU. .50 each. 
Things Unlimited New 
and Used, 501 Virginia 
Beach Blvd., 428-7841. 

531 

PAINTINGS -Abstract by 
Kirby, Thrift, Brooks, 
Bortswick & other acryUcs 
& a>Uages. 425-6969. 

517 

ALL TYPES OF NEW A 
USED restaurant and bar 
equipment. Come to Dixie 
Scales, Inc., 1008 Granby 

Street. Cafr623-7p7S.-, 

i>ll38 Jauboiq writ X-jfiMW 



MARIGOLD DESERT 

SET, 8 tobMano ini^di. 
Cfflsald glass, cobalt, 
ruby, amborina. and 
QToesus emeu. Col<»ed 
«^ glasses. C^ toot- 
nb^. 837-7216. 

531 

StAINED GLASS -4 

pan^, 3X7' cscquiattc 
$Mlf eadi. Abo: 3 
wiodk^ws, beaotiftd 

comHtion. AU dated 1902. 
Qdl 393-6457. 

317 

CHURCH'S ANTIQUES 
ft^XUNGPOST.. At 
Fox HaU. 5029 East Prin- 
cess Aniw Road. 20 per- 
^t off with this adver- 
tisement. Please odl 853- 
9S48. 

RAILROAD WATCinS, 

idtigae jewdry, Vi(«(Nian 
anUnut desk, Hosier 
ctUyiBets. 4 ice ofMim 
diairs. 19th Century 
Antiques, Open 10-7, 7 
days, 623-9119. 
tM-J.'. 317 

CMUflMTAL RUGS, 

po«fet loomed in Belgium, 
too percent wool:' 9X6- 
$200: 8ViXll-$400; 

Ttffiiay lamp, 23" 
(tfameta, carmd cdor, 
with birds and curved fruit 
$693,425-6969. 

317 



FREEZER- AMANA - 

upright, 22 cu. ft. Works 
perfect. Moving must sdl. 
Excellent condition. 
$1$75. 488:6384. 67 

AQUARIUM ISO 

gallon, custom made 
(salt/fresh water), $100 
worth of fish included - 
need a good home. See to 
appraciate. Moving. $325 
or best offer. 488-6384. 
67 

PIANO BALDWIN Con- 
sole, just tuned. 
Mediterranean - Pecan 
wood. Like new, $1,300 or 
best offer. Please caU 484^ 
6834. 67 

THREE AIR CON- 
DITIONERS; 18,500 
BTU; 8,000 BTU; 5,000 
BTU; Brand new. Moving 
must sell. Reasonably 
priced. 499-0990. 517 , 

TYPEWRITER-IBM. 

Executive. Has 2 space 
bars. Model C. carbon 
ribbon, good ; conditum. 
Reasonably priced. 463- 
1757. 67 



ANTIQUE ROCEING 
CRADLE, $730; Louis 
XVI dock, $450; oriental 
gold silk, scr^n, $595; 
Noritake, fine gold china, 
service for 12, $675. Prices 
firm, 499-8440. 9-6 
p.m. » 67 . ■ 

ANTIQUE OAK 

DINING TABLE - 42" 

sq. 5 legs, hall and claw 
feet, 3 leafs, new fimsh, 
excellent condition, $375. 
467-4051. 67 

TAPESTRY - Genuine 
German lumgiqg tapettry. 
Hunt SOTK, $250. 422- 
48l»askforMr.Abt.S17 



BOY^ ANmWBI - li^ 

LalMt« A^^iM. We b^ 
smI mA. Used ud ntique 
fiimitvfe. <S8 -1^ or K!7 
- CnO ^p, Dmim. 

T.F. 



BEDROOM SUITE: 

Luxurious king size soUd 
Brass bed includes brass 
nightsland plus contw-o- 
pedic matress. 

ThomasvUle ladies double 
dresser with 2 mirrors and 
men's chest of drawnv. 9 
months old. Paid $2,750 
seU for $1,500 firm. 499- 
8058. 52« 

UVING ROOM SUITE - 

couch, duir. mai^ coffee 
table, maple end tables, 
butter churn lamp. 
Ifeving must seU. Paid 

0990;* -51^ 

NIGHTSTAND, SS.; 
broOfr/Oveii toasto", $15.; 
lamp, $3.; Pictures; 4 oU 
paintings; dishes; 
glassware; clothing. 
Moving must sdl! 499- 
0990. 517 

RATTAN FURNITURE - 

1 8' couch, 2 chain (aU 
with cushions • need new 
covers), 2 end tables, 1 ' 
coffee table, 1 footstool, 
$550. May be seat by ap- 
pc^qioit only. 853-8752 
aftn 6. 524 

SitREO CONSOLE: 3 

mcmths old, trith 8 track, 
AM/FM, record player. 
Moi4i^- must seU. Paid 
$399 sacrifice $200. 499- 
d^. 517 

VA»^TYCARINE18-23 

per«nt off. Marsh 
vluilsies. Satin white with 
cuta^ marble tap, 24". 
30". J6" sizes. CavaUer 
Carpet A KItdiens. Inc. 
627^88. 

5-17 



__j7;HsBsaHsMGeads 

ROCEERS:Swivd rocker 
BniKl new $35. PlMf(vm 
rocker in flowered doign 
$35. These are brand new 
and a great buy. 420-9533. 
524 

ELEGANT ITALUN 
PROVmCIAL coudi. 
ride chair - green/gold 
Imoide; great vdv^, 
hi^ back chair; beautifiil 
lamps. tables. 

Reasonable. 420-9542. 

TIDBWATBR Sew Vac. 
2710 Vfrginia Beadi Bode- 
vud: 346 -3481 or 6528 East 
faMHaa RWer Road. 420 - 

3103. RecoBdhioned 
vacumas $9.93 iq*. Kirby 
serviee. 

tf 



BRAND NEWlDining 
room suite with Ughted 
china cabinet, wcmh 
$1,200 sdl $650: Crushed 
vdvet couch -chair, worth 
•$800 sell $450. Please cdl 
420-9533. 

52A 

BROYHILL WOOD 

TABLES:Octagional 
cocktaU with 2 square and 
Ubles. Glass tops. Like 
new. Absolutdy perfect! 
Cost $475. Sdl $295. 547- 
4014. 

524 



I Is Id 



44-b««rti-Halcls 



FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily. Green's 

Seafood Market. At Tbe 

Farmer's Market of 

Viivnin Bnch. CaU 427- 

3374. 

Open 9-6 chUly. 

tf 

ATWOOD'S FRESH 
SEAFOOD. 1724 San- 
dbridffB Road. Croaker, 
trout, bluefish, whiting, 
cat fish, dams, crabs and 
BcaUops. CaU 426-7830. 
531 

COWS • GRAIN fED - 

for the freezer. .45 cents a 
pound! AU our customers 
are satisfied. Will deUvor 
to packing.i<Mnpany. 488- 
4244. tf 

OYSnSS - lynduven, 
■hoeked and jawadied. 
OnMdta Hoid'a Seafood: 
Raatauraot, (dl Uttle Ned 
Rd.. Earl SmiUi, 340-5171. 
tf 






LAWN A GARDEN 




FLEA MAREET AT- 
TRACTION at The 
Dome, 19th and Pacific. 
May 26 and 27, friday 10- 
9 Saturday 10-6. Ad- 
mission $1.00. Special 
Friday night admission - 
6-9 $.50! Children - 

parking-Free! 524 

LONDON BRIDGE- 
ESTATE & JUNK SALE - 
2240 Potters Road, May 
18, 19 and 20. 1^7 p.m. 
Coins, ivory tables, oil 
pdntings, antiques, fur- 
niture, washer-dryer, 
professional camera and 
darkroom equipment. 
Plus Beattie outfit. Ct^h 
only. J40-3704. CaU or 

MULTI-FAMILY YARD 
SALE - Colonan's Nur- 
sery parking lot, Satur- 
day, May 20, 9-5. Toys,' 
clothes, furniture, etc. 517 
SPECTACULAR AUC- 
TION AND 
FLEAMARKET by 
Things Unlimited this 
Saturday, May 20th. for 
the benefit of Friends 
School at 1537 Laskin 
Road at 10 a.m. Two used 
cars, motorcycle, 14' 
traUer, drills, recUner. etc. 
$7,000 worth of new itons 
and gift certificates. 4 CB 
radio giveaways. Raindate 
May 21, at 1:30. Refresh- 
ments and bake sde and 
quUt display. 517 



3S-Uwa »mi Garden 

HEDGES CUT, trees 
toroed, shrubbery , 

removed, seeding. 

Complete lawn service. 
622-3926. 

517 

TRACTOR WORE 

DONE. Make your land 
ready for planting. 
Garden, grading, mowing, 
disdng, plowing and bush 
bog work. 547-7534. 

tf 

mRTA-1. Black, fertUe top 

soil. Also sand and fill. 

Prompt service. Jack N. 

Powell, Inc. 853-7844 or 

853-7218. 

tf 

TONY'S GARDEN 
SERVICE. Complete lan- 
dscaping, trees, lawns, 
fences, painting, roto- 
tiUing & sprinklers etc. 




BMSaaaaMBBMBBaBBMHa 

:M-Parailti^sM 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, Tractors. 3. 
hook-up ^uipn^m, fence 
posts, peanut hay and 
com, 545-8370. 

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WE buy dianioBds and 
type of fdd. 461-8261 
Deakr. 


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WE SERVICE aU makes 
and models. We install 
residential antenna's. We 
make day and evening 
caUs. M/C and BAC ac- 

'cepted. Ameticm T.V. 
420-6095. 

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NEW-MODERN Living 
roons suite - sofa bed and 
'2 chairs, dining room 
table, 6 didn, 2 servers, 
Utgt china doset. AU 
$1000.423-5830. 

524 

WASHER- DRYER- 
GinON. Bmd mw, 

heavy duty in ctMa. Won 
Bob Barks Show. Worth 
over $700-$4S0 or best of- 
fer. 855-9242. 

524 

NEARLY NEW CAR- 
PETING -11x11 A 11x14' 
{rius baU ruana'. Avaoulo 
pem, Uk^ new. Qr^ 
buy. AO for $100. CaU 
463-1314. 

324 

FURNITURE: Couch and 
chair, brow with a Uttte 
gold tweed Hercuion. 
Good condition-Hardly 
us^. MMt to, $83. 583- 
1679.afteT3:30. 

324 



WICEER FURNITURE - 

Old fashioned, any con- 
ation, need brokoi |»eces 
for parts. WiU do rqwirs. 
CaU 461-8786. tf 

WILL BUY USED 
LAWN MOWratS - run- 
ning or not. They arc 
needed for iiutruction of 
teenage boys on their 
lepdr. 46M084 after 4 
p.m. 67 



31-QrtM Md Stjipa 

WRVBW Rare Coba - 
NorAtt^moit con^^e. 
Buy, seD, trade. ^ii« 
slhrer sdas. 42 Sottbnni 
Shgppfaii center. IteMk, 
1534118. 

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DIAMOND . Margate 
ON • 1.42 cts. Appnia^ 
$6,000 seU for $3,300. 
#9-n38 after 6 p.m. 67 



LYNNHAVDfOYST- 
n^ M<ID Ca.Ala, Fred! 

ddly finm the riw. M^ 
fediHg. 340-2494. 

tf 



CAPELLA - 12X55'. 
1969, $4700. on lot ready 
to Uve in, stoi^e shed, 
diain link fence, complete 
patio, 489-7297 

anytime. ) 67 



LASALLE - 12 X 60', 2 

bedroom, 2 b9$b, air con- 
ditioned, douUe patio & 
cover, fenced yard, 
storage shed, ddrted, an- 
chored, $7,000. 497-3765. 
67 



GENERAL - tt' X5S', 3 

bedroom, lii^ room, 
dining rooa^ kitcboi. 
ci^Med, aU ai^iNaiMrn. 
Owner will Im^ fhMnce. 
See to apiN'eciate. 545- 
8946. 

524 

WICKES-19^ ' MOULE 
HcmE, 2 l^lioMn, fur- 
nished. Jutt teke o\a 
Pftmwnu. NEAR 

BASEy. CaU betweoi 3 
and9p.m.5nHp95. 

^ 524 



8>.Waated to Real 

PROFESSOR "Ided 
tenaat." Needs nicely fur- 
nished beach cottage or 
house Sept. 2. Away all 
summer, prefer secure 
before May 25, 481-2591 
evenings. 

524 



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W-Far Sale Va. Beacli 

CHESOPEIAN COL- 
ONY, WATERFRONT 

Ranch, bulkheaded, den 
with fireplace, master 
bedroom with fireplace, 
large screened porch, cor- 
ner lot, well landscaped. 
Much more. No agents 
$99,500. 461-4753. 

531 



l-KlNCESS ANNE 

PLAZA-3 bedroom. 2 
bath ranch with fireplace. 
$7,500 and assume $284 
month or $39,000 
conventional. Many extras 
486-3213. 



PEAdHOKlllilAbOWS- 

Inunaculate 4 bediaoau, 
custom fireplace, centrtu 
air, fiunily room, carpeting 
drapes. Reasonably priced- 
low SSOli, 490<a21. 
_tf 

GREEN RUN 

WOODLAND ESTATES 

-4 bedroom ranch, 
fireplace in familyroom, 
comer lot. Excellent buy! 
Many extras! 1464 Pear 
Tree Arch, 427-3941. 

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WATERWAY ESTATES 

-Large 4 bedroom, 2 
baths, den with 
fireplace/wet bar, 

2/garage-opener! '/i acre- 
trees. Many extras-owner, 
482-3805. 

524 

COLLEGE PARK- 

Colonid 4 bedroom, 2\^ 
baths, familyroom with 
fireplace, double garage, 
lawn pump. Trees! 20 
minutes to bases. Owner 
relocating, 424-2138. 

524 

WASHINGTON SQU- 
ARE-3 bedroom, IVi bath 
townhome with aU ap- 
pUances. Assume 7 3/4 
percent VA loan. After 5 
weekdays, weekends 

anytime, 340-7830. By 

OWIICT. 

524 

ALANTON -4 bedroom 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, fireplace, 
rat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 car 
garage, weU, $72,500,428- 
4345/481-1908. 

tf 



VIRGINU BEACH - 1 

house off ocean! 2 
bedroom, 1 bath, air con- 
ditioned, dl applianced 
June through August 
$3000. 428-7857 after 6. 67 

47-HaiMCs Uaiaralshtd 

NEW 3 BBMHWM RANCH 
• 2 baths, CAC, self^dean 
oven, next to gdf course, 
park, lake; easy access all 
bases. 499^9449. 

tf 



CAMELUA GARDENS 

- Room to grow - Brick 5 
bedroom, 2^ bath home. 
Owner will help finance. 
Roger O'Shields, 480- 
3500-587-7778. Lan- 
dmark Redty. 67 



REAL ESTATE 



. St-For Sde Va. Beach 

ARAGONA VILLAGE- 

cape Cod. 4 bedroom, 2 
baths, dan. 12'x40' sun 
porch, ur conditioning, 
duminum siding, storm 
windows. Owner, 

$40,000. 497-3369. 

524 

UlARLBSTDWNE - 4 bed- 
room ranch, heat pomp, 
storm FtaMkiws, many ex- 
tras, $34,300, possible 8 0/0 
takeover, owner, 4204)363. 
t£ 

GREEN RUN BRAND 

NEW - $2,500 down to 
assume VA. 3 bedrooms, 
2 baths, familyroom, ex- 
tra cupboards, carpeted, 
utility room, garage, 
drapes, landscaped, 
$50,000. 467-0507. 524 

59-l'ar Salt Clwaa|walie 

SOUTH NORFOLK -3 

bedroom townhouse, end 
unit. Shag, den, 
Dishwasher, fenced yard, 
by omntr, exceUoit 
condition, 7 Vi percent 
loan. 543-4611. 

tf 



PLYMOUTH PARE -BY 

OWNER - 3 bedrooms, 
carpets. paneUng. 

remodeled bathroom, new 
duminum siding, fenced, 
garage. $28,000 or assume 
FHA loan. No agents. 
423-2460. 

tf 

FL(XUDA-TRADE? EQUl 
TIES - 12 acre term with 3 
bedroom house - 2 fire- 
phues, den, fenced, pond. 
Also waterfront lots, mo- 
tels. 461-8120. 

tf 



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Far Sde PortsaMoHi 



CHURCHLAND-PORT- 
SMOUTH -4 bedroom tri- 
level, 2 baths, den with 
fireplace, eat-in kitchen, 
dining room, living room, 
garage, large wooded lot, 
$50,200. 484-4583/397- 
0522. 

524 



tt-Od-el-Ttpni Ur 8da 

' WlNTERGHEElV." 
wooded balldlag Site with 
water/sewage. Near ski 
lodge. Owner, terms 
available. Selling under 
market price. Call 1-703 
886-0496. 

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CAPTAINS COVE - On 

Eastern Shore. Yacht club 
membership available - 
nominal fee. Boatlhg, 
pool, golf, recreation cen- 
ter. Must seU. 426-7666. tf 

WATERFRONT LOT - 

PORTSMOUTH 
CHURCHLAND, Hatton 
Point Estates. 150' by 
211'. Wooded: Deep 
water. Asking $24,000. 
484-4583/397-0522. 

524 



66-Camper> 

WINNEBAOtl-197S D-21, 
sleeiM 8, bath with shower, 
air conditioned, with gen- 
erator, excellent couUtion, 
$12,300, 499-2400 or 835- 
8242. 

tf 

1975 CHAMPION 

MOTOR HOME, 20', 
sleeps 6, tires perfe^, roof 
ur, sdf-contdned. 15.400 
mUes. AM-FM stereo tape 
deck. See to appreciate. 
$8.750. 543-0(»2. 

517 



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HOME IMPROVE- 

MENTO r^Mirt. m^ten- 
aaee. State Ueeiued. Free 
EstimMee; Prompt, eour- 
taooa awviee. Quality per- 
formanca. 486- 1544 «r 497 
'RBO. 

.,= XJ-. 

ANN1E9 JANITORIAL 
SERVICES- with a wo- 
nian% spedd touch. 
Homes, ^>artmeat houses,, 
new homes cteaned, off- 
ices, stores. Contracts wet 
cooed. Reuonable rates, 
estUnates, 483-3760/483- 
3760 

ff 

FIREPLACS8- Ibve a 
custom firedace bdh in 
your home at a reuonable 
price by Kfichael ft Hill, 
firepbwe specialists licens- 
ed, bonded A insured- 
REferences; 482-3636. 



CHAIR CANING - Uce 

ciliii' or press cane. Ex- 
perienced. Reasonable 
prices. Call for infor- 
mation. 460-01 12. 67 



PARIY t Let Tixle" the 
Magidan entertdn yours 
guests of children and/or 
addts. Birthday parties, 
churdi'S, schocds, and Com- 
pany dinners, etc. Qowns 
available. 833-8832. 

tf 

NO WAX VINAL 
FLOORING. 9X12' 

rooms. $87. instdled. 50 
samples to choose from. 
CaU 420^52 anytime. 

tf 



ELECTRICAL CON- 
TRACTOR - Free 
estimates. 24- Hours ser- 
vice for your electrical 
needs. Action Electric. 
622-1089. 

tf 



Tl-SarHeaa vMrad 

CARPET CLEANING;: 
SPECIAL -living room.;i 
dining room and hdl for;: 
$34.95. Licensed, guaran-.^ 
teed and insured. We: 
guarantee satisfaction!^ 
Beach Steamers - 428-^ 
4473. '•': 

324 ^ 

LOUK'S UPHOLSTRY: 

serving Tidewater for 23; 
years. Custont: 

upholstering. 20 perc^ni: 
off on all fabric b)^: 
mentioning thlil 

advertisement in April and - 
May. 480-2688. i 

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AUTO OttTSHEM- Topi: 
price paid, towed free, hMti' 
serviw. 423-3807 r 



PIANO DOCTCNt- Fdl ra- r 
liable piano serviee, tun- ;t 
ing, repaMng, and ragu- ,« 
laUng. Sarviog Southern Iz 
Tidewater-Thompson Ea- "^ 
terpriaea. Work on aU ~ 
makes. 420-4157. (f ;E 

LIGHT HAULING • truek :: 
and driver for hire, depen- ; £ 
dable, extra help avaUabla. :: 
no jd) too amaU or larga. !i 



545-9880. 



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ROOFING UBPAIR8- Ex- t 

perienced - any type, amall / - 
joba. Call night or day . 626 £ 
- 9624 or 857-6710 ahop. r 

; T,F . ) = 

INTERIOR. EXTER|f||l= 
PAINTING and repairs. 
Experienced, reasonaSily:^ 
priced, free estimates.": 
Satisfaction guaranteed. ; 
Call 489-0072. ' 

331 

PLASTERING- Large and 
small idbt. 30 yiari exper- 
ience in Tidewater Area. 
Reasonable rates. Fcee •' 
estimates. Bob Mustin, ' 
833-6989 or 340-4669. 




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WINNEBAGO-1976 

Sportsman's Den, 

gradous accommoibuicm 
for 4 with every 
domestic ft autmnotive 
convenience, mint 

condition, $14,750 

negotiable. 340-7045. 

517 



toRAISECANE 

also 

Landthatls 

Nothard 

to BEET 

A gfowmg coaatry needs lots of growiag things.* . 

Like si^tf lot food. Cotton for dothiag. Evea 
trees for Isfflber. --. 

Aad tlie Sostli wu s perfect place to raise just 'i' 
aboat aaythii^. With acres of fertile had aad warm - 
saadiae. 

Feeding the haagry iadvstrial regbas to the north, 
the Soath hdped make a aew aad struggliag coaatry 
grow siroag and posperoas. 

Today, Ammu keeps getting stroager every day« , 
Hiaaks to over 9Vx mdlioa Americans takiag stock 
ia their coaatry by httyias U.S. Saviags Boails. 

They kaow that as they re wo^iag iot their 
fat«e, their B«tlis ire working hard for AmMka'a 
fatare.too. '"^ ''•■" ''■■'' 




)dads throsf^ yoar 
egetibles w a family. 



So.hajrU.S: ^^^ 
PayroU Savia|^I^aa.' 

Whether yov 
they're a gresf^"' 



SaiiM E Bondt pay i% in^nwt wh*n hcM to auturity of S yaan 
(4Vi% Uw Int yMr) . Inlcrait ia not niUect to lUt* or UxaT 
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COLLEGE PARK -4 

bedroom. L-shap«i ran- 
ch, on cul-de-sac, with 
pool and tennis privities, 
by owner, $53,950, Mr. 
Harvey, 340-3(ffi9. 

524 

FADfflEU) - 4 bedroom, 
q^oa^bii perfection in 
des^B, quality, ai^ liva- 
WHty. Eat^n-kitcten, 2)4 
bMhs, hae^ room-flre- 
^cel 2,300 square feet. 
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Celebrate Life with 
Dixieland Jazz 



"Celebrate! Celebrate! Listen to the music!" 
That's how a recent rock hit begins. Dixieland and 
rock have much in common: a driving beat, a happy 
sound, a strong influence of the blues, and sometimes 
considerable volume. Both are conducive to partying. 

For some reason, Dixieland only makes it on Sdndays 
in this area. It should be available nightly. But Sunday 
IS appropriate, for this music celebrates LIFE Just as 
many people celebrate life on Sunday mornings. 

Much of jazz' beginnings were in church (gospel 
music) or at "religious" activities such as funerals. The 
band would wail sadly as it' marched to a New Orleans 
funeral, and then would play joyous hymns afterward 
(Just a Closer Walk With Thee, When the Saints Go 
Marching In). 

So if you are in need of musical therapy, make it to 
the Yardarm on Sundays from 5-8 p.m. to hear Jeep 
Bennett's Dixieland Band. In fact, one of their songs is 
called Doctor Jazz, which indicates the healing qualities 
of the music. 

The Yardarm is on the north side df Laskin Road, a 

fef blocks from the Ocean. It has ample parking out 

batk, and an atmosphere that goes with seafood or 

Dikieland. 

The seed that led to the birth of this column over a 



year ago was Jeep's music . . . trad (traditional) as the 
British would say. I have in my "In Case Of Death" file 
instructions that a Dixieland band i; to play at my ' 
funeral, thanks to their inspiration. 

There have been a few changes in Jeep's group in thea 
past year. Irreplaceable banjoist Vernon Piland has 
joined the band of angels. So has bassist Alton Smith. 
Trumpeter Tommy Archerd has returned to active dutyr 
Billy Mitchell now plays ELECTRIC piano. 

But that indescribably happy SOUND is still there. 
The sound of trumpet, clarinet, and trombone inter- 
weaving joyously over a swinging rhythm section of 
piano, bass, and drums. And after their stretch in the 
Mace City, we're glad to have them back. Thanks- to 
Daylight Saving Time, they play while the Virginia 
Beach SUN still shines. 

Leader Norman Bennett is a Leo who lives at 
Sandbridge. He literally jumps for joy while playing 
clarinet ... and makes you want to do the same. 

Trumpeter Ronnie Hallman is a lawyer . . . Pisces I 
believe . . . whose bell-like tone and liquid phrasing have 
been pleasing Tidewaterites for nearly two decades. He 
is a William and Mary grad. Pardon me, Women's Lib . 
. . Mary and William. 

He and trombonist Al Morris go back to Granby 



High together as original members of the Chesapeake 
Bay Bearcats. Al ako sings and clowns, and must've 
been born a day late. His December 22nd birthday 
makes him a Capricorn, but if I ever met a Sadge it is 
this gutbucket tailgate 'bone man. 

"Mr. Consistency" Billy Mitchell of Gre«;n Run is at 
the keys. A soft spoken Scorpio, Mitch plays like the 
Scorpio's Scorpio, Teddy Roosevelt, might've played: 
softly, but with a big stick. 

Just as Babe Dahlgren had the follow Lou Gehrig at 
first base, someone had to follow Alton Smith on string 
bass. George Henderson, a Gemini from Portsmouth, 
handles the position well. The universality of Dixieland 
is reflected by his age: 24. 1 wish the combo "Chicago" 
would make some Dixieland records; they could turn on 
a whole under-24 generation to the music. 

Swinging the group authoritatively is drummer Lee 
Guthrie of Shelry Park. Lee's an Aries, and, big sur- 
prise, a salesman. If you have an ad agency and need 
someone for a toothpaste commercial, look no further. 

Being an old pro. Jeep knows how to pace things to a 
hair-raising climax. Ten minutes before closing they 
electrify the people with Tiger Rag. Then comes a 
medley of Battle Hymn Of The Republic with Dixie. 
Finally, a tearjcrking When It's Sleepy Time Down 




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South, theme song of the man whose instrumental and 
vocal influence is present ... at least indirectly ... in 
EVERY jazz and pop performance: Louis Armstrong. 



Ed. Note: Eric Stevens is active in the area as a band 
leader and singer. During his 1 1 years in NY he played 
bass on Charlie Russo's hit record, "Preacherman," 
appeared on the Merv Griffin Show, worked as a disc 
jockey and floorshow act, and wrote a series of pam- 
phlets for singers. If you'd like a catalog describing the 
pamphlets, write to POB41 18, Va. Beach, Va. 23454. 



Rogers and Hammerstein's 



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Carousel' ' opens at 
Tidewater Dinner Theatre 



"Carousel," generally regarded as one of the greatest 
musical plays of American TheatricU history, the oirrott 
at^action at the Tktewat«r IXmrn Ihmin, op«Md «i 
Tuesday, May 16. 

Written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstcin, the 
fabulous team have also given theatre goers "Oklahoma!," 
"South Pacific," "The King and I" and "The Sound of 
Music." 

"Carousel" tells the touching story of a ne'er-do-well's 
marriage with a gentle factory girl whom he fails ta every 
possible way except that he illuminates her life completely.^ 

Bill Loconsolo, who comes to the Tidewater Dinner Theatre 
via New York and Los Angeles, will have the role of the 
roistering barker of the amusement park, whose swagger is 
tamed by the sweetness of Ann Marie Smith as the delicate 
JuOe Jordan. 

When the barker learns that he is to be a father, he sings one 
of the most memorable and moving songs of the entire 
Rodgers and Hammerstein repertory, called "Sliloguy." In 
this, he fondly imagines how he will bring up his son. Then as 
^he abruptly realize that his child might be a girl, he pows 
ashamed of his shiftlessness and worthlessness. He makes a 
mighty resolve, to achieve money and position for his unborn 
daughter. Blindly he sets about doing this by committing 
robbery. 

And even in this, he fails. Tranced by police and 
overwhelmed with the thought that his imprisonment wUl be a 
shameful inheritance for his unborn daughter, he ctunmits 
sui<|ide. Years later, the Heavenly StarmakCT gives him a 
chance to make amends for his failure to his wife and daughter 
by going back to earth for a single day - and ' fm he 
fumbles. But in spirit he cries out to his daughter at her high 
school graduation, during a country doctor's speech, saying 



that children, no matter how lowly their origin can make 
something of thonselves. 

5V1^ t^mte af k^rfv^Mn nuu through "Omwtf * It b-far 
from being the old fashioned kind of "musical comedy." 
Rather it is described as a musical play, and its compassionate 
tale of the ne'er-do-well, his wife and his daughter has msinied 
tears as much as laughter in all its productions ever since it was 
first produced in New York in 1945. 

Actually, the story is older than that. Originally, it was a 
play by Ferenc Mohiar, called "Liliom," produced in Europe 
in 1909, and by the Theatre Guild in New York in 1921, about 
a braggart barker of an amusement park in Budapest and a 
quiet servant gu-1. 

Rodgers and Hammerstein transformed this story to a New 
England village in the dghteen-eighties, and make the gu-1 who 
caught the love of the flamboyant barker into a millhand. As 
transplanted into "Carousel," the European story became as 
American as apple pie. 

This production of "Carousel" is under the stage direction 
of Marty McGaw, the choreography by Gene Hanuttett, and 
the musical direction of Chris Kypros. The settings have been 
designed by Hank Sparks and Dottie Holtz is responsible for 
the a)lorful costumes. 

Show times are: 

Tuesday thru Friday - 6 for cocktails, 7 for buffet and 8:30 
for show. 

Saturday early show - 4:30 for cocktails, 5 for buffet and 
6:15 for show. 

SatuKlay late show - 8:45 for cocktails, 9 for buffet and 

10:15 for show. 
Sunday - 4:30 for cocktails, 5 for buffet and 6:15 for show 
Prices are: Tuesday thru Thursday, $13.90 per person and 

Fnday thru Sunday, $15.75 per person. Price includes buffet 

show and tax. 




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MEXICAN RESTAURANT 

Only authentic Mexican 
restaurant in Tidewater 
Our ^h year in'same location 

Complete dinners from $4.25 
Dinner for two - $10.50 

Chile Retieoos Guacamole 

Tostadas Enchiladas 

Open daily 12:30-10:00 p.m. 

SpecfailhiiiclwoR menu 12:30-3:00 p.m. 

464-0421 
Shore Wve Virginia Beach i 

b^ w^ of Lynahaven's Bridge) 





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tONMK PARKER 

.Sing.s in the K.MCHTS LOUNGE 

Thursda) thru Sunday 

Feaiuring 
DOUG WALKER 
with his disco set in the front. 
LOUNGE. RESTAURANT. -j 

4p.m.-2a.ni. Weekdays . 7a.m.. 2a.m. Daily M I 
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Now Open- 
the biggest bakery 
ever to hit Virginia 
Beach- all idnds of 
special and ethnic 
breads available- 
rolls, pies, cakes, 
[pastries and danish. 

e bake "New York 
Style'* using only the 
best Ingredients and 
no preservatives. 
C:ome in and look 
us over- we wlH 
make anything on 
request. 

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as to believe us. 



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Hilltop Square Shopping Center 



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436 LONDON BRIDGE 

SHOPPING CENTER 

340-9494 

(tonn«rfly M^'t Ice CrMm store) 

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chairs to accomodate families 

FirfrNM of deli meats 

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A^isinia Beach^Sun 

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S2nd year, No. 20 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



The Ofqpl People's Paper 
Serving the world's largest resort city 

WEDNESDA^\ MAY 24,1978 



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One section 
15 cents 



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Calllns all 

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Tmh to grass... 

HoifyRoad 
Incinerator 
to pe garden 

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A fair a^d caniival promoter informed City Council 
Moadqr he wants, to "malce a garden spot out pf waste 
iMi" by (level(H>ii^ a 17 acre dty-owned tract near tine 

OOlBUEreQt. 

Tlw w^ollcited proposal was made by Steve M. Rose 
for t $1.^ million amusement park on the property, a 
fofiBcr Incinerator site si Laskin and Holly Roads. He 
Mid iw kju been trying to acquire the property for a year 
dtvoni^^purchase or lease but charge that the city has 

lw«i**iNltflg"- 

Hil aitoraey A. Joseph Canada asked Council to let 
Us ctt|ip( kiK)w whether or not he can lease the property. 
Tlw ditOisaion took place at an informal afternoon 
BWitlai of the council. 

iMi |Bd he expected to spend $300,000 to improve 
tit M^erty and another tluree quarters to a million 
doiVi| for the IS rides. He said that the park could have 
btn rtedy this summer if the city had leased the proper- 
ty tt>i^ last year. 

IUmb (q)erated tiie Greater Tidewater Fair at the 
fva§f PluiBrounds for 12 years, discontinued two years 



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at ju^ shi^pring cSnten: 



aol i^Midpate sefilnt the pro^y at th^ time. Part of it 
~ ' '. aeeded for water taidcs in ^mjunction with the 
along Lasikin Road. Aiuither two tiats has 
by the ^idevi^er Transit Authority for 

also said the city has yet to acquire the 
SO foot right of way for access from Holland 

L. Oallup, Jr., hidustrial developmmt co- 
for the Economic Devdopment Department, 
I that negotiations are undCT way for the right of way 
ao^Mlon and should be completed within six weeks. 
At Miii^time he plans to ask for design proposals. 

He said the dty has been vioi^ the property as a site 
f^ ftmily entertainment as an adjunct to the tourist in- 
di^ry. He added that he has received several inquiries 
ihoat tile property which still contains the old in- 
diiifrator building and some concrete structures. 
I Oalhqp said he has been instructed not to negotiate a 
Mie <rf^ property but to work on a lease agreement. 
, lUiae has submitted a prdiminary plan to jticlude 
rite, picnic areas, trees and grassy areas. TKe city has 
oea odw amusonent park - Seaside Amusement Park 
at Jilt Street and Atlantic Avenue. 




Drivers get 
better break 

with towing 



Illegal parking will continue to be expensive parking 
for Virginia Beach motorists, but they'll get a better 
break unde