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Area Deaths L.N. Nixon WILLIAMSBURG Lawrence Norris Nixon, 47, of Topping, died unexpectedly Friday while visiting at the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. A.K. Scott of Dobson, N.C. A native of Powhatan, he was a former resident of Williamsburg for 25 years. He was a member of Smith Memorial Baptist Church, Lightfoot. Mr. Nixon is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lois Scott Nixon; a daughter, Mrs. John T. Games of Richmond; a son, Ronald Nixon of Ashland; his father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Norris W. .Nixon of Williamsburg, and a sister, Mrs. R. H. Jones Jr. of Williamsburg. A funeral will be conducted Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in Smith Memorial Baptist . Church by the Rev. Jesse E. Bowman. Burial will be in Williamsburg Memorial Park. The family requests expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Smith Memorial Baptist Church Building Fund. The family will receive friends tonight at the Garrison Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. W.C. Long WILMINGTON, N.C Walter Clarence Long, 78, of Wilmington, father of W.C. Long of Hampton, died Thursday in Veterans Hospital, Fayet-teville, N.C. A native of Brunswick County, he was retired from the Atlantic Coastline Railroad and was a member of the Winter Park Baptist Church. In addition to his son, Mr. Long is survived by three grandchildren. A funeral will be conducted Sunday at. 2 p.m. in Coble's Funeral Home, Wilmington. Burial will be in the Bennett Family Cemetery near - Hickman's Crossroads. Mrs. R.( Wynne Mrs. Rheba Marshall Wynne, 59, of Onemo, Mathews County, died Thursday in Riverside Hospital after a long illness. A native of Richmond, she spent most of her life in Hampton and moved to Mathews two years ago. Mrs. Wynne is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Patricia W. Ramey of Onemo; a son, George W. Wynne of Hampton ; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A funeral will be conducted Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Peninsula Funeral Home by the Rev. W. M. Hindman of Bethen United Methodist Church, Mathews. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. in the funeral home. Mrs. Rennick A funeral for Mrs. Laverne Janet Rennick, 48, 25 Teakwood Drive, Newport News, who died Thursday in Riverside Hospital, will be conducted today at 3 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by Bishop L. Tracey Redd. Burial will be in Veterans Memorial Garden. Charlie Edwards A funeral for Charlie Lee Edwards, 77, 3206 Williams St., Newport News, who died Wednesday, will be conducted today at 1 p.m. in Brad-by's Funeral Home by the Rev. D. M. Willis. Burial, with military rites, will be in Campbell Church Cemetery, Isle of Wight County. DEATHS , " ACREE, Lynwood R., 74, 102 Walthan St., Hampton, died Thursday, April 10, 'S, in Riverside Hospital. Survived by widow, son, step-son, lour step-daughters, sister, two grandchildren, 1 step-grandchildren and six step-great-grandchildren. Funeral Monday, April 14, 197S, at 2 p.m. Hi Peninsula Funeral Home. Burial in Peninsula Memorial Park. (Peninsula Funeral Home is in charge.) BEARD, George Robert, 76, 305 Missionary Ridge, Hampton, died Friday, April It, 175, in Hampton General Hospital. Survived by widow, daughter, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral 2 p.m. Monday, April 14, 1975, in East Hampton United Methodist Church. Burial in Parklawn Memorial Park. (R. Hayden Jmith Funeral Home is in charge.) GORDAN, Mrs. Dora, 812 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. V., died April 6, 175, in Brooklyn. Survived by a sister. Funeral, April 14, 175, at 1 p. m., in O. H. Smith 1 Son Funeral Home. Burial, Joynes Cemetery. (O. H. Smith 1 Son Funeral Home in charge.) BAINES, Charles Hobson, 76, 26 Duncan Drive, Hampton, died Friday, April 11, 175, at his home. Survivors include a son, a brother, two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral Sunday, April 13, 175, at 3 p.m. at Calvary Assembly of God Church. Burial in Parklawn Memorial Park. R. Hayden Smith Funeral Home in charge.) ACREE, Lynwood R., 74, of 102 Walthan St., Hampton, died Thursday, April 10, 175, in Riverside Hospital. Survived by wife, son, step-son, four step-daughters, sister, two grandsons, 1 step-grandchildren and six step-great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. (Peninsula Funeral Home in charge.) WYNNE, Mrs. Rheba Marshall, 5, of Onemo, died Thursday, April 10, 175, in Riverside Hospital. Survived by daughter, son, eight grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Funeral service 3:30 p.m. Sunday in Peninsula Funeral Home. . Burial in Greenlawn Cemetery. (Peninsula Funeral Home In charge.) DEATH NOTICES ACREE, L. R. BAINES, Charles BEARD, George BORL'M, Mrs. E. BROCK, Mrs. EDWARDS, Charlie ELLIS, Mrs. O. GORDAN, Mrs. Dora HALL, Albert HILMO, Lt. Col. HUDSON, Mrs. Lillian KRAUSE, R. F. LONG, Walter NIXON, L. N. PFEIFFER, H. T. RENNICK, Mrs. SAWYER, Mrs. R. SHERWOOD, Robert SPRATLEY, Bennie WALKER, Mrs. L. WYNN, Mrs. George Beard George Robert Beard , 76, 305 Missionary Ridge in Hampton, died Friday in Hampton General Hospital after a three-day illness. Born in East Boston, Mass., he lived in Hampton 66 years. He was a member of East Hampton United Methodist Church. He was an ordained local Methodist preacher, former Sunday school superintendent, a teacher of the Ladies Bible Class and historian of the church. He was a past master of St. Tammany Lodge Number Five A.F. and A.M. and a member of the Kecoughtan Royal Arch Chapter 42, Hampton Commandery No. 17, and Khedive Shrine Tern-, pie. A salesman for many years, he was employed by the S.W. Holt Co. in Newport News. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Edna Anderson Beard; a daughter, Mrs. Betty B. Cox of Hampton; two grand-daughters and one great-grandchild. Funeral will be held 2 p.m. Monday in East Hampton United Methodist Church by the Rev. Harold M. Fuss. Burial will be Parklawn Memorial Park with Masonic rites. The body will be placed in the church at 1 p.m. Monday. L. R. Acree Lynwood R. Acree, 74, 102 Walthan St., Hampton, died Thursday in Riverside Hospital after a long illness. A native of Richmond, he was a Peninsula resident for 40 years and was retired as shop foreman of Hutchens Chevrolet. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Kathryne S. Acree; a son, Lynwood W. Acree of Newport News; a step-son, Herman B. Doughty of Yuba, Calif.; four step-daughters, Mrs. Alma T. Goodwin of Hampton, Mrs. Kathryne Lamm of Newport News, Mrs. Sadie J. Buehler of Las Vegas, Nev., and Mrs. Edna D. Haya of Escondido, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Alma Einstein of Stephens City; two grandchildren, 19 step-grandchildren and six step-great-grandchildren. A funeral will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in Peninsula Funeral Home by Father Ellis Reinert of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church. Burial will be in Peninsula Memorial Park. The family will receive friends at Peninsula Funeral Home Sunday 7-9 p.m. R. F. Krause Richard F. Krause, 75, 5112 Sulky Drive, Richmond, a former Newport News resident, died Thursday in a Richmond hospital. He resided at 111 Museum Parkway, Newport News, for more than 28 years. He was vice president of Basic Construction Co. Mr. Krause is survived by his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Louise Krause; a son, Richard W. Krause of Atlanta, Ga.; a daughter, Mrs. Paul V. Davis of Washington, D.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Maynard Emlaw and Mrs. L. Lin wood Ford, both of Richmond; a brother, Alfred Krause of Colonial Heights, and a granddaughter. Graveside services will be conducted today at 3 p.m. in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Richmond. , The family requests expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Student Aid Fund of Virginia Tech. Mrs. Dora Gordan Mrs. . Dora Gordan, 812 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y., died April 6 in Brooklyn. Survivors include a sister, -Mrs. Bessie Smith of Brooklyn. A funeral will be conduc-ted at 1 p. m. Monday in O. H. Smith & Son Funeral Home. Burial will be in Joynes Cemetery. The family is at the residence of her cousin, Mrs. Annie Mae Brown, 17 Joynes Road, Hampton. And Funerals ' Lt. Col. Ililmo Lt. Col. Orin Robert Hilmo, 45, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Newport News, died Wednesday at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., after a short illness. A native of Fargo, N.D., he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1952. He was on the staff and faculty of the Command and General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Kathleen Smith Hilmo; a son, Orin Robert Hilmo Jr. ; and a daughter, Miss Ann Marit Hilmo. A funeral will be held Monday at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. Burial with full military honors will be at West Point. The family requests expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the American Heart Society. Mrs. E. Borum MATHEWS-Mrs. Eloise Borum, 90, died Thursday at her home in Shadow after a long illness. A retired school teacher, she was the widow of Luther , A. Borum. Mrs. Borum is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Bernard Tatterson of Susan, Mrs. S. Whitman Taylor of Norfolk and Mrs. Paul F.S. Brewer of Shadow; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. ' A funeral will be conducted Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Christ Episcopal Church by the Rev. Gerald Nolting, the Rev. S. Janney Hutton and the Rev. Samuel Sayre. Burial will be in the church cemetery. (- The body is at the Foster-Faulkner Funeral Home until 3 p.m. Sunday. Robert Sherwood A funeral for Robert C. Sherwood, 6194 Clifton Drive, Newport News, who died Thursday in Mary Immaculate Hospital, will be conducted today at 11 a.m. in Riverside Funeral Home by the Rev. John I. Jefcoat. Burial will, be in Peninsula Memorial Park. . Albert O. Hall WILLIAMSBURG A funeral for Albert O. Hall,' 50, Route 168, Williamsburg, who died Thursday in Williamsburg Community Hospital, will.be conducted today at 3 p.m. in Garrison Funeral Home by the Rev. Michael D. Meloy. Burial will be in Williamsburg Memorial Park. Mrs. Lillian Hudson A funeral for Mrs. Lillian Hudson, 53 Foley St., Hampton, who died Monday in Hampton General Hospital, will be conducted today at 2 p.m. in Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Halifax County, N.C, by the Rev. James Hunter. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. L. Walker CHARLES CITY-Mrs. Lucy, B. Walker died Tuesday in Bronx, N.Y. She was a former Charles City resident. Mrs. Walker is survived by her husband, Daniel Walker; a son, Carlton Brown of New York; three sisters, Mrs. Sarah B. Ferrell of Charles City and Mrs. Louise B. Kitchings and Mrs. Maggie D. Mealey, both of New York ; three brothers, Solomon Brown of Charlotte, Va., and James Brown and Thomas Brown, both of Charles City, and four grandchildren. A funeral will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. at New Vine Baptist Church by the Rev. Wilson E. Brown. Burial will be in the church cemetery. J. Leroy Charity Funeral Home is in charge. Mrs. O. Ellis ORDINARY Mrs. Olivia Bell Ellis of Ordinary died Thursday in a Peninsula hospital after a long illness. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Miller and Miss Lucy Page of Baltimore, Md. A funeral will be conducted Sunday at 1 p.m. in First United Baptist Church, Gloucester, by the Rev. Ivory Stokes of Shiloh Baptist Church. Burial will be in Berea Cemetery, Ordinary. The family will receive friends at the Carter Funeral Home, Gloucester, tonight from 7 to 8 p.m. H. T. Pfeiffer HARTFIELD A mass of Christian burial will be held today at 9 a.m. for Howard Thomas Pfeiffer, 70, who died Wednesday, in Holy Family Catholic Church, Randallstown, Md. Burial will be in Lake View Memorial Park,' Sykesville, Md. Charles Baines Charles Hobson Baines, 76, 26 Duncan Drive, Hampton, died Friday at home after a long illness. A native and lifelong resident of Hampton, he was a member of Calvary Assembly of God and was retired in May, 1962, as general foreman of the general car department of CO Railway with 40 years of service. Mr. Baines is survived by a son, Charles Alfred Baines of Portsmouth ; a brother, Steven Baines of Smithfield Smithfield; two grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. A funeral will be conducted Sunday at 3 p.m. in Calvary Assembly of God by the Rev. Stephen Bogdan. Burial will be in Parklawn Memorial Park. The body will be taken to the church one hour before services. The family will be at the home of Mrs. Jean H. Cassidy, 26 Duncan Drive, Hampton, and will receive friends tonight from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the R. Hayden Smith Funeral Home Bennie Spratley A funeral for Bennie Spratley, 56, 804 Noble Road, Hampton, ' who died Tuesday in the U.S. Public Health Hospital, Norfolk, will be conducted today at 1 p.m. in First Gravel Hill Baptist Church by the Rev. Joseph Roberts. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The body will be placed in the church at 11 a.m. today. Family and friends will meet at the residence at 11:15 a.m. today. Mrs. R. Sawyer WILLIAMSBURG A funeral for Mrs. Ruth Alma Sawyer, 77, of Williamsburg, who died Wednesday, will be conducted today at noon in Twiford Funeral Home, Norfolk, by the Rev. Paul Moore. Burial will be in Rosewood Memorial Park, Virginia Beach. Mrs. L. Brock A funeral for Mrs. Letha Cornelia Brock of Hampton, who died Wednesday, will be conducted today at 2 p.m. in Riverside Funeral Home by the Rev. Clifford Jordan and the Rev. Edward T. Phelps Jr. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery. Ft. Eustis Visit Gets 433 Pints For Bloodmobile The American Red Cross Bloodmobile collected 433 pints of blood during a visit Thursday and Friday at Ft. Eustis. All donors during the two-day visit are stationed with the post's Army Transportation School. Company A of the 1st Student Battalion led all other units with 122 pints donated. Mrs. Eleanore N. Richardson, an employe of the school, reached a life-time cumulative total of five gallons. Much of the blood collected was designated for a friend of a fellow student who is hospitalized in Providence, R.I. The bloodmobile will return to Ft. Eustis May 9 for donors from the 7th Transportation Group. Rock Festival Set For Kentucky Army Post FT. CAMPBELL, Ky. (UPI) - Ft. Campbell, home of the rugged 101st Airborne Division, is entering the rock festival business. The Army post is planning , a public rock music festival it hopes will attract 40,000 spectators from Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee May 22. The Department of the , Army believes the festival will be the first of its kind on an Army post. Other laf'ge outdoor concerts have been held on Army posts, but they have not been open to the .public. Lt. Col. Perry Elder Jr., provost marshal, emphasized that all post regulations, including those regarding drugs, will be vigorously enforced. . ' If the festival, organized by Jack Craciun.of Cleveland, Ohio, is a success, post officials are tentatively planning a larger version June 14 to celebrate the Army's birthday. 1 Ft. Campbell will receive 20 per cent of the net profit from ticket sales which could be as much as $90,000 if the festival is sold out. 'Possum May Become Illinois State Animal MARISSA, 111. (UPI) -There was jubilation Friday in this St. Clair County town, the "Possum Capital of the World" its favorite marsupial was off and running in a quest to become the state animal of Illinois. Word that State Rep. Ralph Dunn, R-DuQuoin had introduced a bill in the legislature to name the opossum Two Men, Boat Missing In 1 Chesapeake Bay PORTSMOUTH (AP) - A 40-foot fishing boat with two men aboard was reported missing Friday on Chesapeake Bay. , A Coast Guard spokesman said the fishing boat Inez Bunns left a marina on the Rappahannock River near Reedville Thursday night and that the marina operator said the craft's engine was running poorly. A Coast Guard utility boat searched the area before dawn Friday and by mid-afternoon the Coast Guard had a plane, a helicopter and the patrol boat Point Highland involved in the search. The Coast Guard identified the two men reported aboard the missing vessel as Johnny Bunns, 65, its operator, and John Brown, 55. . The Coast Guard spokesman said the Inez Bunns did not have a radio or flares aboard. Library Week Activities Set WILLIAMSBURG A series of 'craft demonstrations today at the Williamsburg Public Library begins the observance of National Library Week here. Needlepoint, dulcimer making, rug hooking and a number of other crafts will be demonstrated starting at 10:30 a.m. , Dave Bullard of Moxie Puppets will present a puppet show at 1 p.m. and free tickets for three April 19 v showings of Walt Disney's "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" may be picked up today. Ford Praises Astronauts, Space Program WASHINGTON (UPI) -President Ford praised the nation's space program Friday and paid tribute to the Skylab space station astronauts for returning invaluable information about space. The President presented the National Space Club's Goddard Memorial Trophy to Col. Gerald P. Carr, who commanded the third crew to visit the orbiting space station in 1973. Carr received the award on behalf of all nine Skylab pilots at a brief White House Ceremony. "It's a reward for the faith that the American people have in what we have to do looking skyward, down the road, for a bigger and better world in which we can all live," Ford said. The President said he was a complete believer in the accomplishment of "a good forward, visionary space program for America." He said the space station, now abandoned in orbit, was a great accomplishment that proves man can live in space. He also said the thousands of photographs and many miles of data tape brought back from three Skylab missions produced information that is invaluable. "We know a great deal more about space as a result," Ford said. Astronauts Charles P. Conrad, Joseph P. Kerwin and Paul J. Weitz carried out the first Skylab mission, spending four weeks in orbit. Allan L. Bean, Owen K. Garriott and Jack R. Lousma were next to visit the orbiting laboratory, staying eight weeks. Carr, Edward G. Gibson and William R. Pugue followed and set a space endurance record of 12 weeks, returning to Earth Feb. 8, 1974. The trophy, a half-life-size bust of Dr. Robert H. Goddard, "father of American rocketry," is awarded annually by the space club for great achievement in advancing the nation's space programs. Ford read the trophy's citation which praised the astronauts for "their exceptional accomplishment in the Skylab program. They demonstrated that men can live and work in space for an extended period. They established the unquestioned preeminence of the U.S. in space exploration." as the state animal of Illinois brought joy to Marissa, especially to 60 fifth graders who launched the opossum trial balloon. Dunn's bill asked for the election of an official state animal and nominated the possum to take its place alongside the violet, the cardinal, the oak, and fluoride as Illinois emblems. Dunn cited several reasons IllinoLsians ought to be proud to be called "possum admirers." "A possum is much smarter than he sometimes looks," Dunn said. "When he is scared or frustrated he just stalls and often the enemy goes away, thinking him dead." Dunn also pointed out that "playing possum" is a trait that might help many persons, including lawmakers. He said that the animal resides in every county in Illinois, including Cook, which includes Chicago where zookeepers say they are flooded with possums found in city garages, under porches, and in trees. It was unquestionably one of the earliest Illinois settlers since scientists say the opossum is a prehistoric animal essentially unchanged for 130 million years, Dunn said. He added that already 18 fellow legislators have agreed to co-sponsor his possum bill and that he hopes it can be passed before summer adjournment. Fifth graders at Marissa launched the campaign shortly after Groundhog Day when one youngsters wondered that if a groundhog had a day, why not the possum. 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ORDER OF PUBLICATION H VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE FOR THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CITY OF NEWPORT NEWS this 28th day ot March, 1975. STUART R. MOORE, Plaintiff, vs. LINTON HORNE and GRACE K. HORNE, Defendants 1917-G ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of the above entitled suit, pending in the above entitled Court, is . to attach the property of the defendan-ts, Linton Horne and Grace K. Horne, and to subject the same to the payment of the indebtedness of said Linton Horne and Grace K. Horne, to the plaintiff in the sum of $5500.00, with interest at 6 per annum from March 25, 1969 on 15000.00, a part thereof, until paid, and interest at 6"t per annum from September 29, 1969, on $550.00 until paid, plus reasonable attorney's tees and costs exoended. Affidavit having been dul filed that the defendants are non-residents ot this state and that their last known post office address is Hazelhurst (Jefferson Davis County), Georgia, 31539. and it appearing that service upon said defendants cannot be had in this state, it is ORDERED that they do appear, within ten (10) days after due publication of this oreer, and do wiwt It Swings PKOTO-GUIOEl DAILY PRESS, Newport ORDER OF PUBLICATION-H is necessary to protect their interests. And it is ORDERED that this order be published once a week for tour successive weeks in The Daily Press. George D. DeShaor, Clerk By Janet Gore, D.C. L J Redding, p q. 9310 Warwick Blvd. Newport News, Va. A COPY TESTE : GEORGE D. DeSHAZOH, Clerk By Janet Gore, D C. 4 P 5 12'19 26 . H VIRGINIA: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE FOR THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE CITY OF NEWPORT NEWS this 31st day of March, 1975. WILLIAM LONNIE CHERRY, , Complainant LUCILLE IRENE BRICKEY CHERRY, Defendant INCHANCERY NO. 2061-S ORDER OF PUBLICAT ION The object ot this suit is to obtain tor the Complainant against the Defendant an absolute divorce on the grounds ot desertion for a period of more than one year and on the further grounds of separation and without cohabitation tor a period ot more than two years, and for the award of the custody of Andy Lee Cherry, the child born ot the marriage between the parties hereto, to the Complainant, William Lonnie Cherry, Jr.; and at- . fidavit having been made and filed that the said Lucille Irene Brickey Cherry is rot a resident of this State and is believed to be a resident of the State of Kentucky, and that her last known post office address and place of abode is Apartment D, 1710 Pennwood Drive, Mercury West Apartments, Hampton, Virginia, it is, therefore. Ordered that the said Lucille Irene " Brickey Cherry appear within ten days after due publication of this order in the Clerk's Office of our said Circuit Court and do what is necessary to protect her interests And it is further ordered that this order be published in the Daily Press, a newspaper having general Circulation in the City of Newport News, Virginia, once a week for four consecutive weeks. Teste: GEORGE D. DESHAZOR, Clerk By Janet Gore A COPY. TESTE: GEORGE D. DeSHAZOR, Clerk By Janet Gore, D C 4-P512'19'26 H PUBLIC SALE, REAL ESTATE-J TRUSTEES' SALE OF REAL ESTATE 4505 Madison Avenue Newport News, Virginia In execution of a deed ot trust bearing date May 31, 1973, and recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the City of Newport News, Virginia in Deed Book 829, page 51, executed by Combined Real Estate Investment Group, Ltd., a Virginia Corporation, default having occurred in tne payment of the indebtedness secured therein and at the request of the beneficiary hereunder, the undersigned sole acting trustee, will otter for sale at public auction in tront of the Courthouse of the Circuit Court for the City of Newport News, Virginia on May 2, 1975, at 11.30 A.M., the following described property, to-wit : All those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the City of Newport News, Virginia, known and designated as Lots Numbered FIVE (5) and SIX (6) in Block Numbered FOUR HUNDRED FORTY FIVE (445), all as shown on a certain plat entitled "Map of Jefferson Avenue Park Extension, made by J. B. Sinclair, Jr. C.E. a copy of which is duly ot record in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court, for the City of Newport News, Virginia, in Plat Book 2, at page 16, to which reference is here made. A deposit ot 1250.00 will be required immediately of the successful bidder. Balance to be paid within five days from date of sale. DATED: 4775 E D. DAVID, Sole Acting Trustee 4 P,'12T7'24'1 J TRUSTEES' SALE OF REAL ESTATE 221 Kelly Avenue Hampton, Virginia 23663 Pursuant to the terms of a certain . deed of trust bearing date May 19, 1971 and recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the City of Hampton, Virginia in Trust Book 456, page 40, executed by James L. Jenkins and Mabel D. Jenkins, husband and wife, to David G. Blalock and Julian H. Blalock, Trustees, default having occurred in the payment of the indebtedness secured therein and at the request of the beneficiary hereunder, the undersigned wilt offer tor sale at public auction in front of the Courthouse of the Circuit Court for the City of Hampton, Virginia on April 23, 1975 at 10:00 A.M., the following described property, to-wit: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the City of Hampton, Virginia, known and designated as Lot Numbered ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY THREE (183), in Block Numbered Monroe Colony", which said plat is duly of record in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of Hampton, Virginia, in Plat Book 1, page 85, to which reference is here made. TERMS: Cash A deposit of 51.720 00 will be required immediately of the successful bidder. Balance to be paid within five days from date ot sale. - DATED: April 8, 1975 DAVID G. BLALOCK AND JULIAN H. BLALOCK, Trustees 4P12'14'16,18 21 J TRUSTEES'SALEOF REAL ESTATE 1605 Rolfe Place Newport News, Virginia In execution of a deed of trust bearing date January 4, 1974, and recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the City of Newport News, Virginia in Deed 850, page 193, executed by Alvin Lemuel Wilson and Patricia Claudette Wilson, default having occurred in the payment of the indebtedness secured therein and at the request of the beneficiary hereunder, the undersigned sole acting , trustee, will offer for sale at public auction in front of the Courthouse of the Circuit Court for the City of Newport News, Virginia on May 2, at 11:30 A.M., the following described property, to-wit: All that certain lot. piece or parcel ot land, situate, lying and being in the City of Newport News, Virginia, known and designated as Lot Numbered FORTY (40), as shown on a certain map entitled, "Subdivision Map ot Section 'A', Stuart Gardens (formerly Camp Stuart Site), Newport News, Virginia, made by Thornton L. Mullin, C.C.E., Richmond, Virginia, dated February 14, 1941", which said map is duly recorded in the Clerk's Office ot the Circuit Court for the City ot Newport News, Virginia, in Plat Book 1, Page 10-A, to which reference is here made. The above described property will be sold subject to the lien of that certain deed of trust dated August 22, 1962, and duly of record in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for Newport News, Virginia, in Deed Book 469, page 25, securing the original sum of TEN THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED FIFTY ($10,250.00). to Federal Housing Commissioner. A deposit of 525000 will be required immediately of the successful bidder. Balance to be paid within five days from date of sale -DATED: 4775 E D. DAVID, Sole Acting Trustee 4 P'12'17.24,1 J TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Gor in F. Hatchett, as Agent for the owners, Henry Brown, Jr. and others, hereby offers for sale, under sealed bids, the following described property, to-wit: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, together with the buildings and improvements thereon, situate and being in the City of Hampton, Virginia, fronting 55 feet on the nor- therly side of Woodland Road and extending back therefrom in a northerly direction between parallel linesadistanceof 12Sfeet, being the southerly 125 feet of that certain - property designated as "Laura Brown, et ux" as shown on that certain plat entitled "Plat of Property of Joseph N. Williams", r iade by A. H. Andrews, Engineers, dated August 7, 1967, which lat is attached to and made a part ot a certain Deed from Laura E. Watts Brown, widow, to Joseph N Williams, dated September 11, 1967, and recorded in Deed Book 397, page 572, in the Clerk's Off ice for the City of Hampton, Virginia, which plat by reference is made a part hereof. Said land being known as 107 Woodland Road, Hampton, Virginia. The property is offered in its existing condition. Deed will be by General Warranty. No bid for less than $3,000.00 accepted. Bids must be in writing and submitted to the undersigned at 133 North King Street (King's Way), Hampton, Virginia, before 2:00 o'clock P.M. Eastern Daylight Savings Time on April 14. 1975. Right reserved to reject any and all bids. Bids will be opened on April 14, 1975, at the above hour at 133 North King Street, Hampton, Virginia, at the offices of Hatchett & Ford, Attorneys. Deposit of $100.00 cash will be required of the successful bidder, and the balance in cash upon presentation of Deed on or before May 5, 1975. ' Gorin F Hatchett Agent for the Owners 4P712 J ; News. Va.. Saturday, PUBLIC SALE, REAL ESTATE-J TRUSTEES' SALE OF REAL ESTATE 11 53 23rd Street Newport News, Virginia 23607 Pursuant to the terms ot a certain deed of trust bearing date December 28, 1971 and recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Hustings Court (now Circuit Court) for the City of Newport News, Virginia In Trust Book 778, page 618, executed by Clarence L. Chapman, widower to David G. Blalock and Julian H. Blalock, Trustees, default having occurred in the payment of the indebtedness secured therein and at the request of the beneficiary hereunder, the undersigned will offer for sale al public auction in tront ot the Courthouse ot the Circuit Court tor the City ot Newport News, Virginia on April 23, 1975 at 11:00 A.M., the following described property, to-wit : All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the City of Newport News, Virginia, known and designated as Lot Numbered TEN (101 in Block Numbered and Lettered TWENTY-C (20-C) as shown on that certain plat entitled, "Map of the City ot Newport News, Virginia", duly recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Corporation Court tor the City ot Newport News, Virginia, in Plat Book 1, page 4, to which reference is here made. TERMS: Cash i1 A deposit of 51.040 00 will be required immediately of the successful bidder. Balance to be paid within five days from date of sale. DATED: April 8. 1975 DAVID G. BLALOCK AND JULIAN H. BLALOCK, Trustees 4 P12 14 1618-21 J LEGAL NOTICES -L COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA " STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION Application of BRANDON TOUR AGENCY, LTD For Broker's License CITY OF RICHMOND March 6, 1975 CASE NO.BL-12 Application having been made to the State Corporation Commission by Brandon Tour Agency, Ltd., Chesapeake, Virginia, tor a license as a broker of passenger transportation from the Cities ot Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake. Newport News, Hampton and Suffolk, and It appearing to the Commission that the application should come before the Commission for a hearing; IT IS ORDERED that the application be, and it is hereby, docketed for hearing before the State Corporation Commission In its courtroom, Blanton Building, Bank and Governor Streets, in the City of Richmond at 10 A.M., on June 3, 1975. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the applicant shall cause notice of such application to be served, at least twenty days prior to the date of the hearing, on the mayor or principal officer of any city or town and on the chairman of the board of supervisors of every county from which the applicant may desire to provide service, and on an otficer of owner of every licensed broker presently rendering service within the area proposed to be served by the applicant by mailing to the above parties, registered or certified mail return receipt requested, a copy of this Order. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that parties choosing to participate in the hearing as a protestant shall do so by filing a "Protest" with Clerk, State Corporation Commission, P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, Virginia 23209, at least ten days prior to the hearing date with copy of such Protest directed to the applicant, 200 Hickory Road, E. Chesapeake, Virginia 23322. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the following notice be published once in a newspaper having a general circulation in the area to be served at least twenty days prior to the hearing date: NOTICE is hereby given of an open hearing before the State Corporation Commission in Richmond, Virginia on June 3, 1975, 10 A.M.. to consider the application of Brandon Tour Agency, Ltd., for a passenger broker's license. Parties choosing to participate in the hearing as a protestant shall do so by filing a "Protest" with Clerk, State Corporation Commission, P.O Box 1197, Richmond, Virginia 23209, at least ten days prior to the hearing date. A TRUE COPY Teste: William C. Young Clerk of State Corporation Commission. 4,P'12 L NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Notice is hereby given to the public that the State Corporation Commission has instituted an investigation to determine whether the fuel adjustment clauses ot the electric utilities which generate and sell electricity in Virginia are in the public interest. Six electric utilities have been directed to appear before the Commission at a public hearing scheduled for 10:00 A.M., May 5, 1975, in the Commission's Courtroom, Blanton Building, Richmond, Virginia. The utilities which will appear before the Commission are: Appalachian Power Company: Delmarva Power & Light Company ot Virginia; Potomac Edison Company; Potomac Electric Power Company; Virginia Electric and Power Company; and Old Dominion Power Company. Written comments by any interested party will be considered by the Com. mission and should be addressed to, Investigation of Fuel Adjustment Clause, Division of Public Utilities, State Corporation Commission, P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, Virginia 23209, and should be submitted on or before May 1, 1975. STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION OF VIRGINIA 4P12 19 L PUBLIC AUCTION M Pursuant to the terms of Security Agreement executed by Glynn Harrell Dansey, dated June 24, 1974, there will be sold, for cash, at public auction on April 14, 1975 at 12:00 A.M. at the premises ot Bank of Virginia-Peninsula, 96 Main Street, Newport News, Virginia one 1972 Chevrolet Impala, serial E1M38H2Y 130529. The seller reserves the right tobid. 4 P101112 M Pursuant to the terms of Security Agreement executed by Johnny A. Boswell, dated July 16, 1974, there will be sold, for cash, at public auction on April 14, 1975 at 10:00 A.M. at the premises of Casey Chevrolet Corporation, Route 17 and Jefferson Avenue, one 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Conv., serial S194671S103637. The seller reserves the rignt to bid. 4P101112 M Articles rOT Sale TRAILER FOR USE with tractor. Mac Ruff, Miles, Va. 725-2366. ' : ' Real Estate For Rent G 6 Nice Modern, Space, can be used as office or business. Conveniently located on Rt. 17, 3 mi. north of bridge. Gloucester. 642-S900. FOR RENT 3 miles south Gloucester Rt. 17, mobile home, couple, no pets. Call 693-3940. NEW APARTMENTS FOR RENT Colonial Point 642-5775 or 595-2281 ADiv.OfP.H.A Real Estate for Sale G 7 GLOUCESTER Brk Col. Approx t acre w chain link ten from hse to bk of lot. 3 BR 2 full ba, LR wfp), gar,. DR, 28x60' basement. By owner. 1-642-4445. GLOUCESTER- 2 BR House, kit., OR, LR, bath, with river view on i A. lot. 522,000 terms. Call before 4 p m. 693-4634. WATERFRONT HOME Near Ar-chilles. Lgeeatin-kit, LR, 2 BR.util rm ft ba, Lge scrn porch. 130 ft of waterfront. Call 642-2202, 693-3590 or 898-7237. '10 acres, wooded A partly cleared, fronting on Rt 669, Gloucester County. Call 693-4236. williomsburg Notices-AA LOST - SUNGLASSES WITH BLUE AND WHITE CASE. In Bern's Store or Cedar Grove Cemetary on Sat. 229-4244. LOST - Small White Male Poodle. 12" tall. Vic. Colonial Townhse Apts. Reward. 229-2786. LOST Female small blk cat. No tags. Kingswood section. REWARD. 229-1U00 ext 2466 or 229-9682 aft S. PIANO TUNING Call HamDtonlM-AJit Gloucester Classified -G5 April 12, 1975 23 Notices AA Art. Si4ly Section has now txm restocked at our new location, 1310 Garrison Dr. WMSBG. DECORATOBSINC. The wallpaper department is completely set up at our new location 1310 Garrison Dr. WILLIAMSBURG DECORATORS. INC. Neater Lawns With Less Work 1 Lawn Mower Blades Sharpened 229 5887. , POWDER PUFF BEAUTV SALON WELCOMES NEW ADDIT ION TONY He is former owner of Antoine s Hair-styling ot Olean N.Y. A graduate of New Peon. School of Beauty, Olean N Y. Advanced training at Coiffure Creation Academy of Pittsburg Penna Shopownertor3' jyears. PERMANENT SPEC IAL 137.50 WAVEFOR517 50 TWO WEEKS ONLY OTHER OPERATORS TOSERVE YOU PAT GARRETT SMITH, MANAGER JUDY HART KATHY TURNAGE SUSIE POTEET BLANCHE ROBERTS KATHY PRICE EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 229-1791 This & every Fri., 7 p.m. sharp. Lots of turn. ft china from Penna. A England. Wmsbg. Auction House Inc. Rt. 60, 8 mi. west of Wmsbg. ' 564-9947. Sign at entrance. ABE'S BARBER SHOP Across from James York Plaza Open 8 a.m. to 6 p m. Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p m. Sat. Appt if desired 229172. ECONOMY DUPLICATING - 100 copies, $5.90. 200, 17.93. 300, 19 74; 500, 560.05. Fast service. Boswell Printing Co. 607 Prince George St. Phone 229-7294. Help Wanted BB COOKS-Full or Part Time Experienced only. Apply: Ramada Inn East, York St, LABORER for home construction, must have drivers license and own transportation. One man good with a chain saw needed. Only willing and steady workers need apply, 229-1413. J. S. Terrell, Inc. MAIDS Wanted. Apply in person, Quality Inn, Francis Nicholson Rt. 60ByPass, MAI DS-Apply in person. Capitol Motel, 924 Capitol Landing Road ORGANIST needed at Olive Branch Christian Church (Desciples Of Christ) Toano. If interested call 564-3466 or 564-3306 aft, 5 p. m . - SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST Wmsbg. area resident, apply in own handwriting. To P.O. Box 118B, Newport News, 23601. Reservation clerk wanted, must be able to work days, weekends & some evenings. Some typing required. Atso clerk cashier for small grocery Agitl shop. Call 564-9808 for appt. WANTED . SERVICE MANAGER : And Also A PARTS MANAGER ' You must have good references, be a , sober and dependable person. Salary open. Good company benefits, write giving full qualrficationsto Box 230 C O Daily Press, P.O. Box 13tt, Wmsbg., 23185. SALES OPPORTUNITY Daily Press outside sales department in Williamsburg area is expanding. We will train you if you qualify. Salary A commission. Must have ability to talk w people. Apply to Personnel Office. DAILY PRESS, INC. 7505 Warwick Blvd, Newport News NIGHT AUDITOR - Immediate Opening; exp. full-time. (NCR 4200) Apply at Quality Inn Fort Magruder, 220-2250. AUTO MECHANICS Need 2 men exp. in repair ot prestige autos w areas finest service team. Best employee benefits in area. Ex. opp. for men who take pride in their work & like to make money. Free groupins., uniforms. A, yearly bonus. Contact R E. Schuff, Harman Oidsmobile-Cadillac, Corp., Rt 143 t, 2nd St., Wmsbg. Ph. 229-4451 or 874-9239. DAY ft NIGHT Positions Open for Full time ft Permanent work. Waitresses, Hostess Cashiers, Short order Cooks, Bus boys ft Dish-. washers. Apply Shoney's, Wmsbg COUNTER GIRL NEEDED No exp nec. Apply in person Queen Anne Dairy Snack. Rt. 143, Wmsbg. 229-3051. GENERAL maintenance S2.75 hr. v potential for increase. Day work. 40 hr wk. Some overtime on Sat. Applicant should be of good health. Apply to Dr. Robert Beebe, Dir. of Personnel, Wmsbg-James City Co. Public Schools. 110 Cary St. Wmsbg 229-6432. Professional Driver Services, Inc. are . looking for part-time and casual help. Must be DOT qualified and . able to operate fork lift and drive tractor trailer. No out of town driving. Apply in person to Robert W. Adelstein at the Ramada Inn on York St., April 11, 9a.m. -3 p.m. MOTEL Maid. Full or pt time. Good pay. Apply person Col. Waller Mot. 917 Capital Landing Rd. CHURCH SECRETARY - Experienced, mature, cheerful with S. H and . good typing and mimeograph skills. Will train. Salary negotiable. Send resume Williamsburg Presbyterian church, P.O. Box 445. ASSISTANT SERVICE MANAGE R-Excellent opportunity for experienced person at Virginia's oldest Ford dealership. Good salary plus working conditions, fringe benefits. See Waverly Person, Person Ford, Second St. REMEDIAL READING TEACHER needed in Charles City County Schools. For information contact Joseph L. Tyree Jr. 826-2945. Help Wanted Auto Parts And Supply 1012 Richmond Road, Must have drivers License. Apply in person. PERSON To keep up shrubbery ft cut grass. 2 to 3 hours per day. 10 to 15 per. week. Choice ot time of work. 229-3300 between 10 a.m. -5 p.m. Services CC NEED Patio cushions or covers for your furniture replaced? Must furnish your own materials. Call 877-9334. BABYSITTING IN MY HOME WILL Provide Child Care in My Home. Kristiansand. Tues. - Sat. Mrs. Morris, 564-9669. TAX RETURNS PREPARED in your home. J ft J Tax Consultants. Licen. 220-1404 or 229-2681. ROCK-SOUL BAND, 7 PC. AVAIL FOR DANCES. CALL JEFFAMORY, 229-6229 For Springtime Repairs ft Maintenance Call Household Maintenan-ce. 220-1670. Tennis Court Const, ft resurfacing, landscaping, pine bark mulch, asphalt driveways, parking lots, cement driveways ft patios ft sidewalks. Joseph Brown ft Sons ' Inc. 229-1882. Free Estimates, Roofing Guttering, Aluminum siding. Call 229-3453 Aft. 5:30 wkdays, anytime wknds, REMODELING, CUSTOM CABINETS, ADDITIONS, GARAGES, ENCLOSURES, ALUMINUM SIDING. GUTTERS. ETC. FREE ESTIMATES 229-5013. For Sale Misc. DP AUDI FOX '74 AM. FM RADIO. EXC COND. S3950. ? ' 2200509. BASSETT PUPS 8 weeks, AKC reg., wormed, ready to go. S75 each. Call 229818. CARPORT SALE - 2 old oak dressers, tredle sewing mach. Working condi, old chairs, lots of antiques, odds ft ends, roll away bed, 112 Willow Drive, Birchwood Estates. 220-2148 Sat. April 12. , CHEVELLE SS-S4 73, AT, P S, ' PW, Am-Fm, tape, A C, 24000 ac-tual miles, MOOOtirm. 564-3035. CORVETTE '72 350 eng., fully powered, 564-3627 aft. 4 wkdays, anytime wknds. DATS UN 72 240Z, AC, 19.00C I rm.. $4100. 70 CORVETTE LT1, T-top 56,000 mi., $4100. 229-9615 or 229-9621 aft. 6 p.m. . DISHWASHER Lady Kenmore. 14' Sears Co Id spot Refrigerator wauto ice maker. 564-3757 aft Spm. DODGE VAN TRUCK 'Mi U75. CALL 229-6243. GAMEFISHER Sears Deluxe, 12'. with bait well, $200 FIRM, LALL3Q-'" GARAGE SALE Thurs, Fri.. Sat , Clothing, turn, odds tends. Call 229 3904. , GLASPAR Boat 16', 50 HP Mercury eng.. Cox trailer, top w side cart. New carpet, new upnolslery, light vedtftext -$. 2204263. I a.

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