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iVi I HPWP N BEACH SUN-NEWS PUBUSHEO TUESDAYS THURSDAYS ARY nRcniAs sEom URGEST mum SEW-WEEILT Volume XXXVm, No. 93 TtLIPHONf GA 8.2^! VIRGHMIA BEACH, VHK5INIA, TUESDAY, DKEMBER 3, 1963 6 Pagm SINGLE COPY: 5c. BY AAAIL $6.00 PER YWk HEART COURSE SET FOR LOCAL DOCTORS VIRGINU teACH A tetm heilUi a^ncy. ti» coam wHl be rf docton under 0^ spiiuei^p given to bmise doctors and nunef rf the Tidewater Heart Aisocia- for 4he Virginia Beat* Genmd ^n, will conduct a tadning ^xurm to doctors ami mmw lUdty in (lie dranu^c techiiiqui^ «f Imrt4uiig rewa^teUon. Deacrlbed as l»tng potentiaify *^» rooil direct infhience on uvmg Utos oI ai^ educatiowd fff«t ever sKHi«)red ^ this Shiirs Depart For Exercises uno; oi^^ Six ^^ ©f the Atlantic Fleet Amphttrfait f^JTce will te^t Nor! dk Tues- day, I^. 3, to coiKhK* landing ccercises in the C^ihbeaa. Hie training is dMigned to aulntain the combi^ effidmicy •i^ rauUnes of the iNavy- Mar- bm Corps amiMiious striking fcrce. Captain D. B. Samage, Com- tnamter Ami^bioiii Squadron Eight, will direct the training from hft flagship, the attack fran^rt USS Monrovia. The aquadron wiU stop at Mor^iead City, N.C., to enAark 1800 ^^oops of the Third Battalion, Eighth Marines, under ccwraand of liie^utenani CgI(^ DavUI towiids, who wm ©imprise the Mar^ Landing Tom. Other 8hl» participating are aie uttack transpoit Ims Roek* ^ liridge, irttadr Mfo hlp VS6 ^^. iMLlmdlBg ah^ wm fWtawffe, tank lamtog i*ip U9g tie Soto County and U^ speed tomaport USS Uddle. I^tactoents from Uuierwi^ar leowUti(»i Ttii 22, Tactical Air 0»)^ Squafttn n, AwHiM Craft Unit Two. Beattena^er Unit fwo, Am^Sbims Constoiction Battalion Twi uiA l^co^ UtU- tty Squadnm four wU be eoAark- ed in the Force AijM, i The wjuadron is sdmdu^ to fetom to Norfolk in late Pebru- «y. . Veterans Official Here Next Week By: Tliomas A. Moore, Ar«i Director, Division of War Veter- ans Claims, Conunonvraslfli ei Vk^a^ Suite !218, Prof^aonal Alto Building, Norfolk 10, Vii^ ia, at 142 West York Street. Veterans Administration hoipi- tolizstion is availaMe to veteran* iwbo have a non-compens^^ dis- ability incurred during p^iee^ toe, but only for tcesAnnetit of tibat disability. T^ term non- empffiistfU^ means a duabU^ nited rt le« than 10%. Peac^ time veterana r^«d ai, 10% or inn« ve el^le for lioqiitaUza- tioB for co»iitions lKtfi servi% connected and n(rt servicfrctmnec- led. A pon^ime veteran wtth mt- viceonnected dental conM(nia .edarting wton dkehar^ from •ervioe may be autiiorised VA desftd ti^tdent for a one time con«(4ion, intmded he ap^es wittin one yas ater separa^n kom wMve kity. Please visit my of^e on any ^^m ff problems raiding ben- e^ for ^tsans and tii^ rnrvi* vara. Ibari% J. Hunger, my associ- ate, vMts tiie i^an B. ^lepaitl Ocnvi^i^n Ce^er, IM3 9b^ and PacbQc Avenue, on the sec- Kid and f oiutti Hmndi^ of eush ttoi^, b^ween the hom» of T^xm bM 4 PAL Hospital The 4iospkal will be the fi»t of ten in iin Tidewater area to be given ^e eoune, Th technique was introduced formally in Ti^tewater earlier Qua year in a joint program spon^ired by tile heart anod^ton and the South Hfunpten Ro»ls Defense Council. Withwit any furU^- pi*licity, i^u^ts bepui ccmdng in at a i^acty pace from induiMrlal lead- en, ned^i ii^itutions, police, fire ai^ emergem^ woMs. Already anm t^ 79 «ich re- p4^i ^^ been re^v^, Kme im as many m 16 s^arate ses- tiMM. As a result, the TidewMer Heart A^ociation Board of Dir- ection crated a new standli^ committoe, tlw Cardio-Pulmonary Resiiscit«tim CoomJtee. Dr. Miert V. Crosby, prime mover in the ori^iud program, has i^pEced te serve u its dudr- iMUi, iMeen doctors have vol- u^nfed to do the teaching. Seve; ral major equipnwnt items have been acquired, ateng with a num- ber of printed teadiing aids. Il l II I I i ln ii I I I , I I I I . McAndrews Is Junler Civitan LL Gevemor LYHNHA^IN — Ridiard Me» A«lr«wsras ins^bd as lleuHto* ant governor of Junia Civitaof of tjs zone in c«emdni« b^ test week at Princess Anne Ifigh School. immK ,r i«di«y tfoiH »_ .*.^age 2 -Pap* 3 .Pa»4 JNieS .Page« W. Cupent, past lientenant gov- ax oi QMape^K District of Civitan InteriurtioiHd. A]^ asswnb^ duties were (^^ foQovdng i»w offteen of tiw Brinoeas Anne High School Junior Civttans: McAndrews, presdent; Kathy Huggim, vice presidezA; Bartiara iley, secretary; and Vk Gra^n*, trei»irer. The new officera in turn in- iftaUed mw nKmben m a «pM eaa^ei^^ ceranony. New m^nlbera hidude Pat Bums, Larry Brock, Irvin Bush, Patt:b^ t^etta, Debby Ford, Luiy Ga^, Suzi Hcdknd, Janice Jo^^, CkAUe Lang, tRosonary Lugo, Cy^ia McFhenon, Wayii« Mafton, Linda ISiars, H«old Slead, BJUy M^de, Dee Midfett, An^ Mokxiovitch, Bob Palombo, Carol Pwjison, Roger Peacock Rodney I^nii^^m, Mike Petxak», Bob Reed, TM SpaukUng, ^cky S»r- gos, Geottny Taylor and WiDiam Adfley. Due to the death of President Itennedy, the usml party ^M fol- lows this ceremony of officii and n^m^en was poAponed to a hter tote, wliich will be set Iqr the new offi%n. Elks Lodge Will Distribate Food VIRGINIA BEACH More than 100 food boxes wUl be given to needy fiunilies this y^cr throu^ the fSks 19th Annual Chrirtmas Fund. l%e boxes will be dirtrQtUed at tiie Elks Home, ;1805 Atlantic Avenue, at 2 p.m. Dec. 23. A do- nation of $1.00 wiU entMe «ty person to attend e l^lvittes ami to sl»a% in tiie maity pis- mires of gMi%. Our €9utitoias Fimd is a.vHal part of our diarity work to pro- vide Christaias joey lor those 1^0 otlmiivMe vniuld be denied thess pleawm, says Ifenvy Gnis» py ^tefd, ^Anan of the Vi cairistaras IteKl CoomWee. Cheeks dmikl be flMte pasraMt to: Tr^tturer, ^^]^Bia Bmek Wss Lodge 226S. CtezrtrilMtimis m^ be inadrit ite~ flseeOmt, Auttan dbd QittH^qF^ ra^ « lA ttK ^ks Ikmt GodwtR To Address C ef C VnGV^IA BEAOI AH vn- tu^ and «»dltag evening ap- pMn to l^ ha itoe fnr t%oM ^ trading tht IMilnla Beach Cham- \m of CfSimamm Anniud Ban- quet tonighl at tt»,^^ Creek fiui. Hbe HoooMbte Mifis Godwin, Viifiiya Ucmtennt Governor, wtt be gdwft ^«dter, hlghll^t- mg a propMnwWcfa chwnber of fid^ fxradM will hoM the par- ticipants speffimund. An aniJiMted, electronic dis- tay, prepared fcH- use aU through the eastern UnUed States in pro- nKting Vii^la Beach will be shown for the first tlnw. In additi^ a model of V^ completed O^ Motor H^ and Beach Qudb cwtiplex wiM be ex- hibited, t^re will be an dec- tronic nudel of the huge Sears store devel^Rnei^ and mo^U or arti^ r^^rtnp of oi many of t^ new bg^ttls, m^)ds and ottor tmildingi ittm have begun em- stivctios Of we on the dnwing boards for Ite touiMdiate Mwe. Ac^^ties irfi begin at 6 p.m. with ^ ftnldttits reoeftion. Cocktelte, lm« doeuvres and mu^ sic 1^ ^ 4 C*j wM be suited. ioUowing dinner and program, tiie 4 Cs w0 f^y for daiKing. Cer Vtetinis Cendition Is Kepi^N Peer VQRGO^ inUCH twenty- «ie-ye«p«ld iteman J. Boggs of V^^nia fiMueb ws M poor condition at DdPaul H^ttal Oiiel Warren and Chief Hill distribute flags to home room representatives. (Baldwin photo) DAM NECK UNIT PRESENTS 60 FU6S TO KELUIM HIGH SCHOOL AMSIl ear on Indian River Road Friday fH)Uoe gave Boggs address as Route 4, Vir^nia Beach. He suf- fered a fraclured doill and frac- tured right ieg wkm he was hk by an immobile (kiven by Wil- llMi H. Eason, 47, of the 1700 btock of IS^e Avenue, Clwsa- peake, p^oe «iid. Hie aoddent occurred about 5 p.m. in the 5600 blo^ of Indian lUver RoKi, according to Patrol- man G. F. Roberts. RGdlerts said fiaaen was charged with reclite^ drivii^, Friends School Group Attends Md. Seminar VIRGINIA BEACH Four a^oribers of tiie Friends SdbodL fiKulty aiui two sUidents recently reamed from a tdu-ee day viaK to MtkiMn« Friends Sdiool. Tbe ti^ers attended a sem- inar on the subject: How Can tiie Sdiool iuive Relation^i^ with its Community which the ComuunUy finds Useful? Attending were: Mrs. Joseph Deal, Mrs. Alan Ibrv^, Mrs. Frank Singer, and lira. Robert D. WiMn. Seventii gracten Cathy White- bur^ and B^y Bruee, vi^ed in Hm bomm of mveeA gra^ guls snA qpent two Aryi In Oie dtt- nwre Rlwids Sdwol. TTiey werei cbowi by the Vti^nia B«k Fria^ Schod Af f^rtkm €^m- n^t^. This »mmiittee is respon- ^Ue for promote torai^ money to send iocd stodents to other Friraii SdyxAs. Imt ywr five studeiris ^lent a mtk^ Mimtai Friends School a^ i^ibi tUi ynr a grmtp wM tMt Oft I%iM^bn area. AA iniiiil^ iraa «f»^iMl best to i^e ite ntmri^ Ito- dMta as ^^^staaxfy to tell ttwr rtiiWM^ iiwitf Ihfir ^npffifflif md g ^ p^BBfl a in fUsMhidiooi PRINCESS Ameri3in flap were presented recently to ttie Audents of KeUam Hi^ School by the U.S Atlantic MMle Weapons Systems IVain- Aig Unit of Dem Neek. I^eUmi is ^ second acdiool in His area to receive tSie flj^ which w$re pupchaiid throu^ dona- ti^s tfsm^mmMMtm^ U-a^praseirta^lpit^. S. A. Mutin, ofAcer in ehaife, said the prelum was mltiitted to Nw Leipo To The fir^ meeting of the Rff- ents League of Virginia B^ch 1^1 Sk^xA will be l»ld tomor- row evening at 8 p.m. in the school »iditoriunw the Leafue has been fomnd recently to gain better academic and schokstic fac^ties for Hie stodents; to work in harmaiy with the school administratiwi for the betterm^t of the educa- tim at the adiool; and to aaM the^dministration in sponsoring af^opriate social and extra cur- oicukr activities for the school ^body. AU parei^ are uied to attend. Sixty further an awareness and f^ipre- %hools to receive flags thr(m^ ciation of the flag and What it standb for. It is because ^dents are at a formative age that the flag helps them to realize their rotes as future citizens, Cdr. Martin saki. Chief Fire Control Tecbnidans Gordon F. HiU and Wmlam S. Witrrai Hien dfitllBiited the^^ to iMime roMn representatives while tiie remainder of the stu- dent body wi^tehed and lii^ned to patriotic %le(^ons pla^ by tlie school band. Kellam end Princess Anne High Schools have been tiie only Plaza Store Is Robbery Yictin VIRGINIA BEACH Safe- crackers made off with $1,500 from the Princess Anne Plaza Colonial Store safe early Friday. Police said the yeggs entered tiie store through the roof and looted the safe by chiseling through the back. The robbery was discovered at 4:45 ajn. Friday by a Store em- ploye. the program so far, but the Daiii Neck unit is making conUct with other schools in Tidewater to de- termine where the need for class- room flags exists. The unit plans to continue its school fli^ program and wdcomes tiie support of other groups 111^ are interested in carrying it out. Women Voters To Hear Oty^f f icial VIRGIMA BEACH V. A. IHheridge, dty treaairer, will ^eak on state fiscal polictes at a olnt lunchebn of all Norfolk League of Women Voter units Friday at the YWCA, Freemason Street, Norfdk. For information regarding re- servations and transportation, con- tect Mrs. R. H. Fisher at 341-1348. At the Virginia Beach Unit meeting last Tuesday, fiscal poli- cies discus^ included ^te ass^s- ment and t)orrowing and a sUte- wide sales tax. The ^oup also heard the Parks and Recreation Department report from tiie Know Your City Gov- ernment study, which is being conducted by the unit. City Studies Dredge Plan Virginia beach a city-operated dredging proj«rt to keep the Lynnhaven inlet channel open to fishing and pleasure boats, has been proposed by Lyniriiaven Councilman J»nes Dar^n. Dardens suggestion, made informally to City Council last week, includes the purchase of a 10-inch suction dredge which would also be used to widen drainage ditches for the citys proposed canal ^s- tem and to stockpile dredge ma- terial for highway and recreation- al construction. In recent years, tiie channel at Lynnhaven Inlet has silted up and has t)een reopened by the Army Corps of Engineers. Darden said the most recxnt Uockage of the entrance occurred late last summer. There k a large shifting sukd bar off the Lesner Bridge which has made it diffi- cult to keep the duumel open. Presumably the city (fredge, if acquired, would be used to reopen the channel whenever neected. However,. Darden said, such a dredge could be used through- out the dty. Darden estimated that the ing recreation marina and pubHe terminal for commercial fi^ui^ vessels, acquire all righte of way needed tor the channel constriic- tion and subsequent maintenaiwe, and assume responsiftiility for any damage caused by the projed to private property and shellfish grounds. ONLY SOLUTION Hie inlet is now stopped up. Darden saki Friday, and M kxrio like the project is two years a««y. The only solution I see now is to open up the inlet. If we dont ft will kill boating, I believe tins dredge would more than pay for itself. Dardens pn^o«d vna made ihf^tttxMlly at tlw last dty councQ meeting. La^ Wednesday it was dredge and necessary pipes could discussed by tiie Waterways Study be put into operation for about Subconunitiee of the Vvto and $100,000. The plan develops! after tiw recent delay in the $1.5 millicm federal dr^i^g projed for the Lynnhaven. This ws^ autiiOTized in the federal Rivers and Hartwis Act of 1962 but was not bu(^et- ed by the Aimy Corps of Engin- eers in the 1963 Appropriations a(^ because of the auipaoted pr»- leiKe of tiie oystM* cBw ww c , lliX, in tiie Lynnhaven. MSX, »ccordi^ to a recent study, is no Im^ a gignifiMint factor. BiNEPITS CONSIDERfD The Anhy Engineers, in weir- ing the dredging projeoU, com- pare the cost ot tiie woik with the probable economic benefits from the imprpvement. In the Lynnhaven project, potential in- (Kxme from the Lyniduiven o^pter industry was a si^dficant factor In calculating the likely benefits. Under the federal plan,^ Vir- ginia Beach would pay 15 per cent of the estimated 1203,000 dredging cost, have firm plans to Imild a large public ^;orts fish- es wxk^ insteU pc^ f« new tialfic U^ts on Laskin Rc^id. New Lights Expected To Ease Traffic VIRGmA BEACH New traffic lights on Laskin Road at Oriole Drive are expected to de- crease traffic hazards at the inter- section without causing unneces- sary delays for tiu-ough traffk:. Safety Chief Reeves Johnson said Monday. Poles for the traffic lights were installed last week and the cky is in the process of putting in hidden magnetic detectors which wiU contrd the ligMs. Jolmson deKJribes the tetedors as a semi-actuatftd control which wont ^op traffic on Las- kin Road until tuniing traffic from Oriote Dp^ mak^ A nec- essary, f ^ llie ma^Mol doctors are to be placed ifider the surfax of the roadbed.^he said. Tlw traffic li^ts wiH ^d to the c(mvenience of ^lomiwri en- teing or leaving the «iK^ping center at tiie northea^ cmMr of the intersection. JlMmsm said he hoped tiie Ughts wmiM be in operation by the eiKi of tte week. Wage Reports Concern S.S. VIRGfNIA BEACH The So- dal Security Ataninistration is ex- tremety concerned about consis- tent erroneous reporting of em- pUnyee wag^ by some employers. A cumulative record of incorrect r^xirts is bdng maii^ained 1^ the Division of Accounting Oper- ations in Baltimore, Maryland on 1500 empk^ers whose reportii^ is consistentiy in error, libny of these onptoyers are in Virginia Beach and the adjacent area ser- viced by the Norfott Di^riot Of- fice. I^e main errors on tbe wage reports are incorred and nv^ing social security nuoibera. Whenever a new employee is hired, the em^ofyer ^ould se- cure his social security numter at that time from His social se- curity card. If the enyloyee does- not t»ve a sodai security number, he m^ obtain one by Meriting the sodal securky office at 220 W. Brambleton Ave. Nrafolk, Va., /and addng for an application or by contacting his iwar^ Po^ Office. April 1445 Set By Bridge-Tunnel BAYSIDE The Chesapeake Bay Bri^Tunnel will oAebrsA^ opening day exercises Aprtt l4 and IS, it lus b^n announcd. OriginaUy expected to open for traffic in late 1963, tiie (^ning has been rescheduled due to time lost in coMtructicMi b^:aiMe of stonns and labor troubles. Recreation Commitiee. ^^u^ Dorer is diannan of the »tbcom- mittee, and Maury Rlganto is chairman of tbe committee, ll^ proposal will be studied by the full committee aiid, if acc^ted, be presented formafiy to tiie City Council. Darden saki the dty would c«^ time to press for luteal aid m the LymUiaveii projed. VEPCO IneoM Shows Increase RiCHMOl® Operetiag r«v- exMies for October of f 17,7fijK and a net incovne f ot » o^^ of 93,023,000 were r^^cal« Hiuraday by A. H. McOoirell, ^., presktent of the Virginia ^aAu and Pow» Company. (iterating revenues for ^e twdve moirths en^ng Oetdber 31, 1963, totsded $196,674,000 awl net income amounted to 1^,6104)00. During the same period lot year, operating revenues were $183,4^000 and net inc«ne was $37,595,000. Opoatii^ rm»iHes for October 1962 were $15,0424K)e and net inc(Hne was ^,8^,0(X). Per share catlings on the com- panys common stock for tiie twelve montte adjusted to refled the Stock ^lit 3 sdiares for 2 shares) effected last April, amount to $1.58 this year com- I»red to $1.54 last year, based on 22,370 sirares outstanding. McOow^ saki Vepco gained 26,200 new customers during the pi»t twelve monti» ^23,700 etec- tric and 2,^)0 gas. The com»ny now has approximately 830,000 etectrk and 110,000 gas cu^om- ers.. Vepco spent $69.9 oaillioii of its 1963 coi^rudion budget of $89 million during the fii^ ten montiis of tiis year. Major ex- penditures induded coiUinuatkm of construction of a fiftii untt ft Che^erfieiki Power l^ntion and the Mt. ^nn mine-nMutii station in the WessA Virginia coal fields. Youg Denoorati Postpoie DaKe VlRGfi«IA BEACH Due to the natknal period of mounu^ following the death of Pr^MMft Kennedy, the Young Denwcrate Club has announced the po^pcrie- ment of its dance schedule this Friday at tte Alan B. Sbepird Civic Center. President Sonqy CuIvKfrnne said Bfonday tiie dantt 1ms bcM re-»^ieduled for Januaiy 17. Tic- kets for the earlier date wfi re main valid and will be hcmorad w4ien the kuK» is bcM in Jto- uaiy. Virginia Beach SUN-NFWS Tuesday, December 3, 1963 Page 2 ^^ : : ENGAGEMENTS il Plu UMTf Otfv« TGCN TOPICS . . • LMgt t^er Asst Hmm ^taiopsan^Ml Ap«i you h1^ a Christmas dance coming up. Ma^ you Iir9 goti^ to a Mrty ovor the apprtmchii^ holidays. ft^pnft^s of just what ^u will be doing, thoughts of the hoitdajt for younp p^^le often bring thcHights on what to wear for the special occasiCms ahead. Whether you are in the mait^ for either spicing up an outfit you already have or are planning to get something new, the principles erf selecting, naaking, or reowdeling a garmwat that i$ flastering tw jkw rettialn the swne. ^ore you buy •nythii^, stack up y»r eurreM wardiobe and ja-ha» that hootd hx aHw dreie ^j^uiut tiiesc ideas. They are designed to help in planning any wardrobe item for any occasion. This trick can literally make your wardrobe. Suit the col« to your personality and figure type. .Slim girls (to w«ll exploring brilliant w l^t col- lB. Larfer giiis loA b^ter in neufraJ oc daA colors. 1 If your good sense tells you that low-key (dark) colors are for i?,5*Z^*?^ splashy, bright colors remember! your costume V^^ V^ ^ ^*** ^^ * headband, a flower or jewelry. ^^ Cokw matehing and xrfor cotwdinating are part of *asic waid- ro*ie ifiapc. If you keep your arfars down to two or Aree ywiU get moie mterehangcabiJity of items and accessories. «wi«nrt»er, too the fewer biwic colors you select, the create the \^riety of outfits. Its not as limiting as it sounds. Every day vwi ^Jwl new tarn or shades oC any color. Just selwt odfe Ame Carehilly coMider all three of the basic fashion sUhouette^ Jeato, full and fkred and determine which ore does the most te yew. ^ ** 1.^^^ well-^^rtiooed girls can wear any of Aese three. But Jprt^s can wittom carry tte bulky look, the full skirt. As a rale thm goto should stay away from sheaths, but a strairin line usag a pleated skm is a perfect solutkw. And a gattd skirt fa a wondSful ©ompitwiw fw almwt any figur^-taU, tiiia, heavy, short Make me shape you choMe work for you. Pick one tfmt complements your figure and stick with it. Patterns can influence the appeara«i oC yw siUioueUe, too. Horizontal lines are tecUned to Iharten and widen tiie fi^. ymkal lin^ make the figure talte. Big spectacu- lar prmte and plaids are for taU giris only. If yoUre anall drheavy, stick with small patterns. Fabrfcs atao help influence your appear- aace. A slim girl can cre^e the illusion of fullness wlft thick Hil^ labnc and large gu-ls should select flat, smooth fabric. If jraiie taU and very slim, splurge on the mo^ beautiful belt you ^ find to accent your willowy waist. Acceait it even more wWi a iMlIy full skirt. _ A smart selection of t^ and bottoms wiU take you many ^^^ SL***® ^ ^^^ *** * *^ ^^^ ^«« «it is the perfect look. * ^ U ywtf budget requires ym to wear Ae san^ dress to several affairs, an exceltent choice is a jadcetJdress. K you cant tell from an invitatfen just how dr^sy M occasion is to b^, tlw jacket dress can save you, because H is two deferent outfits one mook dr^sy ftan flie oti^r. A^ of cour^, youU want a drraJMip dre» » special oaa- SiOQS. • * M(^ girls need at least one suit Its a good dioice for iirter- vicws w^ wospective employers, or wift Mtb adnksioos peeplc, tor your job, for daytinw (fcwntown atturs of many kawfe and travelmg. And remember with each of these basic ftree. the rkht choice of accessories wttl dma k *Mp or down for just ihe ri^ look. «,vetyone expecte jreu to be prepared for the big. predictable occasions, the big dances, the big game^ Ac b« job iatwview. the Dig reunion weekend . But it talas a little mwe magic to show lu) beautifully turned out for the unexp^^^ event. Heres the magic. These unexpected e^ts are not umwe- Jtjable at al . In f«:t, they usually are prcdiotrfle. Its just that most m don t take tfie trouble to think ahead and plai for them. War example, its not lard to know that tf the t«»m wins tto ^^* ^S^** wiH get up a ^XHMa^ous victory damx: In June a W^«urp*ie en^geteertt showers are h^ly predictable. Surprise job mterwews are bouihl to happen. Even blind dates are sometimes fo^iottbte. T^ ttiek is to te wepeti^. J^ m tt go«. PrKlict the events that surprise most peoi^, h^m^i h^pOL Pr^are for them and let the others call it intui- tiM m wifc*waft or whatever th^ wai«. Just smile a little and •cw^ te «M^pUmcMs as mocte^ly as possible. So, r^wlfc^ «rf what occasions you will be dr«ffiing for, th»e t^ stolid help both over the holidays and jiar-iound too. One ^*1^tf y«i can hold oft tm your clothing purchases until the dristmM satai yott can really get Kxm bargains. Have ftin Martha AnM fteil MID ^ ELLIS VM%«aA mM^t^ Judge ani Ibi, Htttm te^fteed, ft. of l^i^e, l^i^a Bm^, m- noonee ttie ei^^n^ of tMr dwglM Itete Aane Reed to Lt jj.) ^mmm S^y EIIh, DI, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas SdHby Mis, Jr. of Good^n^d lload, Virginia Beach. Mm Reed \ras graduated from Gountry Day Schod at Virginia Beach, attended Bandog Macon Wfflnans College for two years and is now enrolled M the Univer- sity of North Carolina. She has pledged Delta Delta DeMa Soror- ity. Mis Reed m^Je her debut at the Norfolk German Olub in 1962. lA. laiis was graduated from Greenwich School in Greenwich, Cdnn«*ticut and from ftint^ton University in 1981. He is a Naval Aviator st^oned at Oceana Air Nation. No date has been set for the weddii^. I^y Bank $$ Aid Hospital Avalon Terrace Club Sponsors Yule Project AVMXN TE51RACE The November meeting of the Avrion Ten-are Garden Club was held recently at the home of Jtos. H. L. Durham. Horticulture chMiman Mrs. W. N. Williamson gave a report on the propagation of ctaysantbe- anims. Speaker for the evening was Mra. E. T. McInaUy whse topic was Wood Paneling. Members attended a session on Ctaistmas arrangements presented^ by Mrs. W. O. Stokes and spon- »r€d by the Westview Garden Club. Itesidents of Avalon Terrace are invited to participate in a Christina Doorway decorMing contest. Judging will be done on the morning of December 23 and a cash priie will be awarded the parson receiving first plac*. Judges from Carolane Farms Garden Club awarded ribbons for artistic arrangeuMnts to the f* lowing: lArs. 1. C. Hicks, filue- Mrs. W. N. Williamson. Mrs.W. M. Shevock and Mrs. H. P. Cobb red. Horticulture ribbons were given to Mrs. Hicks and Mrs. Shevock. Garden Club To Iffliboiis SNu Garten Clubbers MMiBU The Novert» me^ag of tt» MidttM Cku^n aib was held recentty at the home of Mrs. C. A. Clayton, Edin- bui^ )rive in Malibu. Co-ho^is was Mrs. T. fi. Semans. Mrs. H. 0. Fryman, guci^ speater, demonstrated aiMl 1k- tured on the DeBa HUMM Wreath. She stated that the bert things to work with for the back- ground was Ivy, and then io decorate Ute wreatii wtth freMi fruits and nuts. Than ksgi vii^ trraag^nents were ^dged by the nBlta Gsth Chib. RiMon winnen vmse m the Arran^ments Obw: Mra. A. K. I^er«n, iMrs. D. WiggiiB, and Mrs. H. T. WfflitoHon. Horticultore wiimers were Ift*. Pederson, Mrs. C. H. No^ Md Mrs. W. E. SmUey. liew mendbera welcomed le tiie club were Mrs. H. T. WMamsm and Mrs. Christine Ansell. Tix December Meeting wiU be hdd on the Itth of Oeoenb^ at 8 pjn. at the home rf Mrs. A. B. Treakle, Ektiirtwrgh Court Gu^ speaker vM be Mrs. S. G. Ireland on Christmas Door- ways. At this time members do^os for year book covers wM iiso be judged. Personal Menlbn Ashby Taylor, son of Mrs. A. Brooke Taykw, spent the Ihaidta- 0.ving holiday at his hmm m 173 Pinewood Road, Virginia iSeadi. He is a student at Ui^versMy of Virginia. The Misses Claudy and Ha^l Tucker returned to Wiliianyburg Sunday after q^endiiv Uk Thanksgiving holidays wMi their parents Mr. airf Ir». Jite T^k- er, 921 24th «reet. Cb^ is a ssnipr and Ha^l a K^^MKjre at the Collegf of WilliMn mi Mary. New HeritJife Club Opening come tA Nwfelk ani tl^ Tide- wlMR- xm t^pMft^ $m M e Iftfli centuiy tradition M em- ta«e^ Witt Hm opeui^ of Oe li^vMkgft (Ml m Ti dewter Wm. The new Heritage Otrb is lo- ^ed «t €63S Tktewitor IMve and it talK lb uum from tte paf® of hiMoiy. K^ rmmm mmB frott ^ Hsritage Parties of tt» it^filtett/Qt cendny when d«r- Im ^nhn wQttld travel ihe eMu^iide daring the wilds and h^ik^s and ottier haairds of be ^. Hie parties liien were for pnyir to bless the nigfed travid- «8, «id the gatherings became known as Heritage Parties. TIh^ the new Heritage Club has been efltibUshed so that nei^ibcirs and friends may pther and be togetlMir. The dub is de- ^»d as a meeting plaoe for fitofiib, a ^heritage of i*oodwill, a imvmt of fun and idDecwfty. Itie HMMage Club will offer dances each Saturday ni^ and luiKh^ win be tanA e«d) wMk- ^ awl dhoMn aigftUy with a snolpibord on Sunday evenhigs. Iflw dub , offen tKMMM for groups and private Mtfttet. Any- we d^iring ii (bout tt» chA magr tik fnfa-imi. OfiDeen o f jii d ub are R. L. Vim, St., MHiCbades Fol- tlHOiUkn, . . L. B. AdMna, tratMnr; 9aaA S. P. Wmi^ mm^at. t . CG.O.CJ. Is 0pm To Coge Grads WAafffflGTOM, D.C. College gfiduat^ and eoOBgei Miles graduating in January 1964 may apfdy for the Coast Guard Offu^r Candidate S^ooi ^mt etaiCh^ F^ruary 9, 19^. Upon CMripletion of 17 weeks IsMng, gr^ailes « be eom- trimdeatA WrngB In ilbe US. OmA Guard Reserve. Ilio^ -vAm H«1^ ns^ fulfill their miltoxy dtiUgation throu^ ^m frogiimi. The Co^ Guard Offtear OUKtt- date School is at Che Ara^ve Traming Center in hist(Mic YcNrk- iown, Virgima, on ^ Ymk iBi^m, For fuxth^ in^omwtion, wi^ Commanda^ i*TP-2), U.S. Coast Guar4 Washini^on, D.C, 202^ ^iNIA BEACH – Jwoei , H«i«i^Vit^nia BeaCh Ibrist, i fiiylaytd a coltadion of florili OKrMtmM an-angenMAt*. M Qm moDttily hudieon mMtii^ of Om Tidewater A^ciation of HHne DuBders Womans Ausfliary. Ite noting WM Md iMt ^imk tA Ihe Cavstor YeeM and Gdf dub. The AsAs «f otmen ttt i» coimi^ y^ff was hitroduced i^ thte meettng. TlMy include: Mrs. H. A. Filer, in^drat; Mrs. B. Kroll, fM v^ president and h^orian; Mrs. R. Bforris, seaml vi(» ^esid^t; Mn. H. DoMin, mcm^g wov^ tftiy; Mn, M. MonM^no, c^ree- ponding s^r^uy; ilN. . g- lander, ^bre^urer; and Mrs. 6, l^^an, pailtaaMnliram. PARTY T\ME IS HERE For Amm RlMiMaiii ev ttat ymt tnov so i «Kn4riy a n$ UMm Road 6A 8^2801 NEXT TO BC-LO SUPER MARKET TOTH St. ViflSlNIA BEACH SA B-SMV I mss^m THE KEY f o Your New Home . . . A HOME FEDERAL LOAN Home Federal SAVINGS LOAN ASSOaATtOH i 1«S MmA vMA wnm*l nNMI^V B); SAM MAMN, Ow kNiliag iat« fte mbiMta of Yen fcave tw« geMfag Uu lUflCMe and oee _. Aad jma get Ihc rtwa e y aw !«« rtiawiii, MM of 0ftlg and two n^re Is BO dnace, however. ^btA yoa wiB Mcdve mjMa% M MmOf, comttem a^rke at BAfOIS RX- A Lt raAR MACY. For conptetc . iMrtp4toa tisvteti ! net, lir all ofMmr aMHal wmm Iff luyUIS RBMLL PHARMACY, IMi ft Al ette Am . . nmm 6AM211. Tc«R a^ I at mm«p.) Sponsor Party ARn ANO OUFTS AUCTKN SAU for benefit of UNiTfo cnmiM MLSY sewHARSH» nm* Stir of tfw Sea CaKlic Church M^rRiATK^ IMyUL 1 5th Street (Near Paciftc) November 3(Wi l«vllti If TRA ^ W i*roo Motel, presows to JiK^ Robttt S. Wahab, Jr., fund canipaim WW GeneMl Ho^ital of Virginia Beach. The through coiMftutwss to a p^-bank in the The Elizabeth River Shores Garden Qub wiU celebrate Christ; mas with a dinner party at Holi- day Inn. Mrs. R. W. Drake will show slides on tha Holiday. House which was the Christmas project of the Club last year. The Club won a blue ribbon in this years Christmas Federalion Show. ! The Club decorated a mantle to depict Santa in a pictore over the mirror travelling around the world. On the nantle was AlaAa with its igloos, eskimos, snow and reindeer, and on the other side was the SottthSeaswith its palm WK the Souto Seas vnth its paUn Cliairman was Mrs, W. M. New- b«ni. Cixhairmen were Mrs. Ver- nm Dewfeerry and Mis. F*ihp fikhardsoQ. Mia 1/ caa STILL ba Imprinted Willi milHHJiiilvl GA S*3^1 GA 9^$4t IMI H m wm % NIXON ELECTRIC •Oft- 17rti St., Vt, NMh, Vi. PhoM @A i-a/ii CO