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Murderer Gets Life
By Linda Cicoira could enjoy his shopping spree.”
The 29-year-old convicted killer of Nedd was living near Parksley in
businessman Albert Danny “Jim August 2008 when Hargis was
Dandy” Hargis will spend the rest of robbed of a roll of $100 bills, shot, and
his life in prison. left to rot at the site of his dream
On Thursday in Accomack Circuit home. Nedd was helping the 53-year-
Court, Judge Glen A. Tyler followed a old victim move to Greenbush when
jury’s recommendation and sen- the killing occurred.
tenced Jowarski (Jo) Russell Nedd, a Nine women and three men con-
native of Louisiana, to life plus 18 victed Nedd of the capital offense and
years. That total was established related charges in January.
when Tyler ordered sentences to run As suggested by the jury, Tyler
consecutively, as requested by Com- gave Nedd life in prison for murder,
monwealth’s Attorney Gary R. Agar. 15 years for robbery and three years Setting the Pace Photo by Ron West
“Just every … measure we can for use of a firearm in the commission Several law-enforcement officers participated recently in
take to lock (him) up for good,” said of the crimes. Nedd could have re- the Torch Run for Special Olympics. Pictured are runners
the prosecutor. “He’s been in trouble leaving Northampton High School en route to the Court-
before and now he murdered so he (Continued on Page 11) house in Eastville.
Northampton Confronts Budget Woes
By Ron West he was shocked to see that it Cathy Buyrn spoke emotionally how to work the system,” she said.
Tuesday’s meeting of the North- equates to $4,777 per student in when she noted that one of her David Boyd spoke in opposition
ampton Board of Supervisors drew local funding. children, who is in the class of to a tax increase and pressed the
a crowd focused on solving budget Bob Meyers also stated his op- 2014, went from elementary school School Board to make cuts as oth-
problems for the coming year. position to a tax increase based on to the middle school, only to be er county departments have done.
Supervisors Spencer Murray the request for level funding by the bounced back to the elementary Granville Hogg raised the issue
and Richard Tankard targeted the School board. school when the middle school was of who pays for maintenance and
school system as the primary rea- Anthony Morris spoke in favor closed as a cost-savings move, and other expenses incurred from the
son for a proposed 4-cent hike per of level funding for the schools and now is at the high school. Buyrn Bayview subdivision. County Ad-
$100 of real estate tax value. Su- noted that school employees had criticized some retirees who have ministrator Katie Nunez responded
perintendent Dr. Richard Bowmas- not seen a raise in the past three moved into the county for sticking that the county is obligated to
ter has indicated that the School years. “Additional cuts to the it to the schools for their tax in- maintain the wastewater system
Board has been able to reduce the school budget would place hard- creases when they do not have a until such time as it may be taken
school’s request by $300,000. ships on the students as well as stake in the education system. “I over by the Public Service Authority
Tankard listed several more cutting the school sports program,” guess it’s OK to build million-dol- (PSA). Nunez stated that property
items that he feels could be reduced, he said. “Money spent on our lar marinas and golf courses that owners at Bayview are responsible
such as technology funding. He also schools helps keep young people have caused our composite index for the upkeep of their own buildings.
advocates switching from Verizon to out of jail later in life.” to rise and decrease state funding By law, the supervisors cannot
the new Broadband service when it Norma Spencer also voiced sup- for our local schools,” she said. vote on the budget for at least a
becomes available, and making cuts port for level funding of the school Richard Leal pressed the super- week following the public hearing.
to the retirees’ and part-time bus budget, noting, “In November visors for answers to the delin- They will meet again on June 28 at
drivers’ health benefits. 2009, the people of the county vot- quent tax issue. “Some people use which time they may choose to ac-
Murray suggested that the school ed for education and jobs in an ef- the county as a bank to avoid pay- cept the budget as presented or
system could save money by merg- fort to help the many, not the few. ing their taxes on time,” he said. make reductions. If approved as
ing some of its departments, such as Our children should not be penal- When Leal asked for the amount presented, the real-estate and mo-
finance, technology, and mainte- ized for a lack of state funding for still owed in back taxes by county bile-home tax will increase from 49
nance with those of the county. the regional jail or tax losses from property owners, he was advised cents to 53 cents per $100 value.
Realtor David Kabler spoke in the AFDs (Agricultural Forest Dis- that it is $2.6 million. The supervisors also conducted
opposition to raising taxes and tricts) … I want the county to be Mary Miller also urged the su- public hearings on renewals and
said he opposes funding the school known for its education, not for its pervisors to recover the back taxes.
budget as presented, noting that incarceration.” “Tax delinquents have learned (Continued on Page 2)
2 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JUNE 11, 2010
~ Budget ~
Johnson Named Top (Continued From Front Page)
Trooper of U.S. additions for four AFDs. Steve
Sturgis, Ann Snyder, Elizabeth
Long, and Nancy Holcomb all spoke
ocal State Trooper Kurt more than his portable extinguish- in support of the proposals.
Johnson, 44, was recently er could handle, he immediately Tankard noted that the AFDs
named the American Associ- crawled inside the burning vehicle help to maintain the land and
ation of State Troopers 2010 through the crumpled rear passen- those making application for them
Trooper of the Year for his heroic ger door, with the interior of the ve- would be good stewards of the land.
rescue of a child following a fiery hicle completely filled with smoke Under the AFD program, property
crash. and the flames spreading quickly. owners receive a 75 percent reduc-
Just before midnight on Feb. 6, He located the child wedged under tion in their land-use tax. Approxi-
2009, Johnson was on routine pa- the dashboard and pulled her to mately 48,000 acres in the county
trol driving south on Lankford safety. Within seconds, the entire are protected by conservation or
Highway north of Perdue when he car was engulfed in flames. AFD easements, which reduces the
happened on the scene of a vehicle Emergency workers determined taxes brought in to the county by
that had run off the road, over- that both of the child’s legs had a child,” AAST President Tommy $1.37 million annually.
turned, and caught fire. been broken in the crash. The Moore said. “Thanks to his heroic The AFD requests were tabled
The driver, 23-year-old Danielle event occurred on the child’s third actions without regard for his own until a future meeting.
Strand of Parksley, had crawled birthday, and the driver was be- safety, this child lived and will see A public hearing was conducted
out of the burning wreckage and lieved to have fallen asleep at the many more birthdays.” regarding two vacancies on the
pulled two of her small children to wheel. As Trooper of the Year, Johnson School Board. Gwendolyn Coghill,
safety. She was unable to locate Johnson, dubbed by local media and his wife were treated by AAST Deloris Lindsey, and Brenda Camp-
the third child and was screaming as “Angel Trooper” following the and the National Safety Commis- bell Jones are seeking appointment
for the trooper to rescue her 3- incident, was treated and released sion to an all-expenses-paid trip to to the board, as is current member
year-old daughter. for smoke inhalation. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., to re- Mickey Merritt. The supervisors
Johnson attempted to extinguish “Trooper Johnson’s quick and ceive his award during a June 1 agreed to hold interviews at a later
the fire, but when he realized it was decisive thinking saved the life of luncheon. date prior to making their decision.
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cocaine. Sentencing was deferred him with the weapons. According
pending completion of a presen- to reports, Johnson would allegedly
tence report. either purchase or gather weapons
for Beasley or would coordinate
In Northampton meetings for Beasley, during which
Accomack Circuit Court Carlos DeAngelo Pitt, 27, of Bobby Lee Henderson, 24, of Beasley would purchase weapons
A Northampton man was ar- Horntown was sentenced to five Townsend who was wanted on gun from others on the Shore.
raigned Thursday June 3 in Acco- years in prison with all but eight running charges in N.J., turned Beasley allegedly bought guns
mack Circuit Court on the Nov. 14, months suspended for possession himself into authorities in Ten- with money, marijuana or other
2009 charges of armed robbery with intent to distribute cocaine. nessee, Major David Doughty of narcotics. Henderson and Notting-
and related counts. Supervised probation was ordered Northampton Sheriff’s Office said ham allegedly sold guns that
Steve Lamar Kilgore, 24, of Ex- for the remaining term. Pitt’s dri- this week. Two other county men Beasley transported or attempted
more entered not guilty pleas to ver’s license was also suspended wanted for firearms trafficking are to transport to New Jersey.
breaking into Cynthia Gidden’s for six months. He was ordered to still at large. Beasley is being held in Mercer
home armed with a deadly pay $100 in restitution, the “We’re thinking the others have County Jail on $250,000. In addi-
weapon, robbery by assault or bod- amount the drug task force spent left the area,” Doughty said. “But tion to the second-degree conspira-
ily harm, possession of a sawed-off on an undercover drug purchase. we haven’t stopped looking for cy count, Beasley and Johnson
shotgun and possession of a Adjudication was withheld for them.” He asked anyone with in- each face other second-degree
firearm by a convicted felon. Judge Robert Paskill, 33, of Onancock. formation about the whereabouts counts. Henderson faces one sec-
Glen A. Tyler said a jury trial He was charged with possession of of Johnathan Johnson, also known ond-degree count of either trans-
would be scheduled for Kilgore. cocaine and was treated under the as J-Rock, 28, of portation or attempted transporta-
Gilbert Robert Templeman, 21, first offender’s status. Cape Charles and Larry Not- tion of a firearm into N.J. for un-
of Parksley pleaded guilty to pos- Charles Miller, 61, of New tingham, 28, of Eastville to call the lawful sale or transfer. Beasley
session with intent to distribute Church was convicted of posses- sheriff’s office at 757-678-0458. and Nottingham are charged with
cocaine. He was sentenced to five sion with intent to contribute co- Trayle Beasley, 29, of Trenton, fourth-degree unlawful disposition
years in prison with all but seven caine and possessing a firearm in N.J., formerly of the Eastern Shore, of a firearm, which carries a maxi-
months suspended. His driver’s li- connection with the first charge. A was indicted in N.J. for selling guns mum sentence of 18 months in
cense was suspended for six presentence report was ordered. to drug dealers and gang members prison and a $10,000 fine. Beasley
months. He has already served Jamal Brickhouse, 31, of Blox- in Trenton. He allegedly solicited is charged with four counts, and
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Several Indicted by Accomack Grand Jury
By Linda Cicoira into the home of James E. Sample ing more than $200 worth of prop- of Jay Drive in New Church on a
Belarimino Bedoya Alvarez, age of Front Street in Accomac on Feb. erty on Feb. 25, 2008. Sgt. Anthony count of leaving the scene of an ac-
unavailable, of Accomac was in- 2, 2010, and forging a check belong- Bright of ACSO investigated. cident in which a person was in-
dicted Monday by an Accomack ing to Sample for $600. Deputy • Randy Lee Hill Jr., 24, of Ex- jured or killed on April 26, 2010.
Grand Jury on a count of promot- C.A. McPherson investigated. more, on counts of possessing cocaine Trooper B.E. Lewis investigated.
ing cockfights on Kellam Lane • Joshualyn Lannette Boggs, and possessing between 1⁄2 ounce and • Jonathan Martin Stevens,
near Accomac last spring. 25, of Parks Street in Onancock, on five pounds of marijuana with the in- 26, of Upshur’s Neck Road in
The same charge against him counts of assault and battery of a tent to distribute it on March 10, Quinby, charged with burglary of
was dismissed in Accomack Gener- police officer and child endanger- 2010. Sgt. Carl Wright of ACSO in- Phillips Hardware in Belle Haven
al District Court on May 17 due to ment on Jan. 7, 2010. Trooper W.W. vestigated. on Oct. 7, 2005. Lt. Gerald Goga
lack of evidence. Williams investigated. • Carroll Dale Holland Jr., 42, of investigated.
Officers discovered 27 live roost- • Cecil Addison Bundick III, 40, John Kane Road in Parksley, on • John Damien Waldner, 28, of
ers and fighting paraphernalia on of Boys Lane in Accomac, on counts of passing bad checks be- Cathell Street on Chincoteague,
April 11, 2010, the Accomack counts of sexually abusing a 13- or tween Dec. 7 and Dec. 17, 2009. charged with possession with the
County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) re- 14-year-old girl, exposing his geni- McPherson investigated. intent to distribute between 1⁄2
ported. Deputy John Spivey inves- tals to the child, proposing she fon- • Kimberly Dawn Kenney, 34, of ounce and five pounds of marijua-
tigated the case. dle his genitals and proposing the Vernon Road in Wattsville, on a na on Jan. 11, 2010. T.B. Hickman
Also indicted were: act of sexual intercourse to the count of credit-card larceny on Oct. of Chincoteague Police Depart-
• Corey Kentae Bailey, 19, of girl, all on Nov. 27, 2009. Lt. Ger- 1, 2009. Deputy Eric Nottingham ment investigated.
Stumptown Drive in Eastville, on ald Goga of ACSO investigated. investigated. • Shawn B. Scarborough, 38, of
a charge of threatening to burn a • Gregory Lewis Crockett, 45, of • Daniel Eugene Mains, 34, of Stumpy Lane in Melfa, charged
building. He allegedly told his 6273 Magnolia Dr. on Chinco- Norfolk, on a count of driving after with distribution of cocaine and
mother, Cora Bailey of Big Pine teague, on a count of possessing co- having been declared an habitual distribution of between 1⁄2 ounce
Road in Painter, that he would caine on March 22, 2010. offender on April 12, 2010. Trooper and five pounds of marijuana on
burn her house down. In a discov- • James Kuamel Giddens, 21, of D.N. Lawson investigated. Jan. 27, 2010. Trooper S.N. Kulick
ery order filed with the indict- Killmon Town Road in Melfa, on a • Samuel Thomas Pettit Jr., 37, investigated.
ment, an officer said the defendant count of maliciously maiming Sha- of Pettit Street in Mappsville, on a The Grand Jury did not indict
admitted to making the threat. corey Parker on Feb 26, 2010. count of obtaining money belong- Ronald Terrell Davis, 29, of Greta
Deputy Jason Campbell of the Deputy Ed Perry investigated. ing to Briceida Hernandez by false Road in Atlantic, who was accused
ACSO investigated. • Jesse Hastings Mariner, 27, pretenses on Feb. 27, 2010. of burglary and grand larceny of the
• Christopher James Barcroft, of H. West Ave. in Keller and McPherson investigated. home of Jacob Cottingham on Nov.
age unavailable, of Seaside Road Ryan Efrin Bonniwell, 26, of • Keshawn Bradley Savage, 20, 30, 2009. Coulbourne investigated.
in Cape Charles, on counts of Lankford Hwy. in Painter, on
breaking into the Accomack Coun-
ty South Landfill office on Sept. 25,
counts of burglary and grand lar-
ceny from the home of James Wal- Rigell Wins GOP House Primary
2009 and stealing property worth lace on Sept. 29, 2008. John Ed- By Linda Cicoira Mizusawa garnered 18.06 per-
more than $200. ACSO Investiga- ward Tucker, 27, of Wayne Road E. Scott Rigell was the unofficial cent, or 301 votes, in Accomack
tor T.R. Hedge investigated. in Chincoteague was indicted for winner of Tuesday’s Republican and 20.86 percent, or 140 votes, in
• Maurice James Bivens, 26, of the same charges on Sept. 30, Primary for the 2nd District of the Northampton.
Temperanceville Road in Temper- 2008. Investigator R.E. Drum- U.S. House of Representatives. He Sandlin got 4.08 percent, or 68
anceville, on counts of breaking mond of ACSO investigated. garnered 39.44 percent, or 14,396 votes, in Accomack and 5.06, or 34
• Tyron Grant Sr., 22, of Savage- votes, from 161 precincts. votes, in Northampton.
Full Service town Road in Belle Haven, on a The 49-year-old Virginia Beach Taylor took 13.62 percent, or 227
Grocery Store count of breaking into James’ Mar- businessman also took the majori- votes, in Accomack and 5.51 per-
824-3061 ket Store in Belle Haven and steal- ty of votes cast on the Eastern cent, or 37 votes, in Northampton.
Rt. 13 N. Shore. He captured 36.6 percent, Maulbeck got 3.9 percent, or 65
Mappsville or 610 votes, in Accomack and votes, in Accomack and 6.85 per-
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JUNE 11, 2010 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 5
Million-Dollar Winning Ticket Sold in Tasley
Story & Photo by Linda Cicoira The Maximum Millions game has 15 win- tery.com the jackpots for nine of those tickets
The chances were 1 in 554,880. Despite the ning $1 million tickets. According to www.valot- have not yet been claimed.
odds, Oceanway Market on Lankford Highway in
Tasley sold the jackpot Virginia Lottery ticket. A
lucky customer bought the $1 million scratch-off
on June 1, according to the proprietors.
Sam Shah (son of Kishor Shah, who owns the
business) said he verified and made a copy of the
winning Maximum Millions $20 ticket. Shah said
a man who is a regular customer bought the tick-
et. Shah could not identify the man by name. After
a copy was made, the winner quickly left the store.
Shah also said he is unsure how much mon-
ey the store will earn from the winning sale. He
is waiting for the ticket to be turned in and his
lottery sales representative to tell him more.
“No one has come to us with that ticket,” John
Hagerty of the Virginia Lottery in Richmond
said earlier this week. “They have at least six
months – 180 days from the end of the game.”
Hargerty said the Maximum Millions game
started Nov. 18, 2008. An ending date has not
yet been set. “We don’t know (that there’s a
winner) until someone actually walks through
that door and gives us that ticket.”
The winner could choose between a cash pay-
ment of $564,000 before taxes or $40,000 a year
for 25 years, also before taxes. He advised win- A copy of the winning ticket was made by Sam Shah (left.) He posed this week with
ners to immediately sign the back of the ticket. his father, Kishor Shah, owner of Oceanway Market and his wife, Amy Kishor.
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6 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JUNE 11, 2010
Councilman Criticizes Chincoteague Town Government
By Linda Cicoira creased by 9 percent, or $95,542, ment budget went from $89,494 in Spurlock said a new burn loca-
Councilman John Henry Howard compared to last year. In addition, the current year to $300,651 in the tion could be found, but that
opposes Chincoteague’s draft $5.8 there will be 21 percent, or proposal. The increases are for the wouldn’t solve the safety concerns
million 2011 fiscal budget. $105,367, less money available road lottery program, a new vehi- for an observation deck. No action
“I will vote against it,” he told from fees, fines, licenses and per- cle and other equipment for public was taken.
the rest of the panel Monday. “I’m mits. The town also will lose nearly works, a consultant for drainage Spurlock also reported that fol-
not happy with the way the town’s $50,000 in tipping fee rebates. and stormwater and for drainage lowing VDOT traffic counts and
being run.” Later he added, “I feel The minimum business license work. The town has lost over analysis of the intersection with the
like the town’s wasting a lot of fee would go from $30 to $50. Vehicle $58,000 in Virginia Department of new bridge, VDOT agreed there are
money on mismanagement. I want decals for Chincoteague residents Transportation (VDOT) mainte- problems. Spurlock suggested the
to be more friendly. The town is are proposed to go from $27 to $33. nance money,” according to Hipple. area go back to two lanes rather
getting a name for not really help- “The other incorporated towns I The meals tax rate is set to go than three narrow ones.
ing people.” spoke with are not proposing to in- from 4 percent to 5 percent. “It’s going to be tight even with
Howard said he’s gotten a lot of crease their vehicle decals,” said Council is expected to make a de- two lanes,” said John Howard.
complaints from his constituents, Hipple. “However, some are raising cision on the budget and various “The poles could be kicked back.
especially about the proposed in- real-estate taxes.” fees when it meets at 7 p.m. June 17. They need arms that hang over.
crease in the trash collection rate, Hipple said the real-estate rate In other business, council unan- Whoever engineered that should
from $1 to $1.50 a week. The town on the island is proposed to go up imously agreed with Councilman lose his degree. We need to be mak-
“needs to be run better. It’s a busi- 0.0009 cent per $100 valuation, or Jim Frese’s suggestion to cut the ing our own plans.”
ness,” he contended. “I would have 1.5228 percent, to coincide with cost of copying records for citizens Spurlock said he felt it was a
less help – less employees. I would changes in county assessments. through the Freedom of Informa- major hurdle just to get them to
try to find ways to get revenue in- “We have to do it by law,” she said. tion Act from 50 cents to 10 cents. agree there is a problem, although
stead of always raising taxes.” “General fund salaries and ben- The amount would not include he has not yet gotten that officially.
No other council member pub- efits decreased from the last fiscal manpower costs if extensive re- The meeting ended with a de-
licly voiced an opinion on the plan year by 3.6 percent, or $81,517, search is needed. bate about a new volleyball court
during this session. she said. Salaries and benefits ac- Bob Conklin of the town’s Recre- at Memorial Park, where poles, a
The total proposal is $5,835,395. count for nearly half the budget — ation and Community Enhance- net, and sand were donated.
Finance Director Karen Hipple ex- $2,132,419. ment Committee requested that an “I think we need to be good neigh-
plained that state revenue has de- Hipple said the capital improve- observation deck be built at the Cur- bors to the Coast Guard,” said Coun-
tis Merritt Harbor so rocket launch- cilwoman Ellen Richardson, who
REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURE AUCTION es and the great view could be en- said they are no longer using the
joyed. “It’s a great spot,” he said. “We ballfield because the volleyball court
think this is another project that interferes with their activities.
would be as popular as trails.” Town Manager Robert Ritter
Public Works Director Harvey said town staff did the work. He
Spurlock said the 20 X 30 foot plat- contends that the volleyball court
form would cost about $30,000. “I is well used by local residents and
have a major safety concern with isn’t anymore intrusive than the
people climbing all over,” he noted. skateboard park that was built
“We have the most beautiful view there six or seven years ago.
on the island and we burn trash “How come council learns about
down there,” said Vice Mayor John this after the fact?” asked Frese.
Jester. “There are other alternatives.” In the end, Mayor Jack Tarr
“Nobody complains down there asked Richardson to give a list of
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Dentist Charges Town of Chincoteague With Discrimination
By Linda Cicoira hurting the business people.” Councilwoman Nancy Conklin cilman Jim Frese. “Small tasteful
Dr. William Baczek says Chin- “Do you just make these out of said she favors the use of small signs that let people know where
coteague has treated him unfairly. the blue?” Merritt asked. “I just signs attached to street-sign goods and services are.”
The dentist complained Monday night don’t think you’re fair. I wish you poles to let customers know Councilman John Howard said
to the mayor and Town Council that could clear this up … businesses which businesses are located he preferred pamphlets with
while other doctors and medical facili- here are hurting.” along given roads. “There’s no maps designating the businesses
ties don’t pay for a business license, he “Points have been made; we’re reason why that wouldn’t work instead of signs.
has been required to do so for years. He having an economic slowdown,” on Chincoteague. I’ve seen them “That’s the kind of thinking we
cited the town medical center and den- Councilman Terry Howard ad- in many places I’ve visited,” she need,” said Terry Howard. “That’s
tists before him that never had to pay. mitted later in the meeting. added. another way to get the message
“I feel this is a gross case of discrim- “What may have been a good idea Tarr noted that there is a big out. It pays to advertise.”
ination,” Baczek said. “I do a service five years ago, may not be one to- difference between off-premise Conklin said of the road sign
here for this town. I think it’s a miscar- day. I do agree review is needed. and on-premise signs. attachments, “We’ve been talking
riage of justice.” He said over the years I’m not advocating covering the “They’re asking for people to about it for years and it’s gone
he has paid about $10,000. island with signs.” know where they are,” said Coun- nowhere.”
He pays the town’s highest fee, $500
a year, a town worker said the next day.
Baczek said that Town Council has the
power to overrule a bill but he was un-
able to find anything in town records
that showed such a vote by the panel.
Ginney Van Dame, a Chincoteague
resident and regular attendee of coun-
Tractor & Equipment Co., Inc.
cil meetings, urged the members to re-
solve the issue. “Dr. Baczek is a won- “Home of the Best Mowers on the Planet”
derful doctor … we would really suffer
if he went away,” she said.
Mayor Jack Tarr asked Town Man-
ager Robert Ritter to research the top- Rebates
ic and report back to Council at the
Customer & Special
On a separate issue, Helen Merritt
complained about town restrictions on
signs and flags for local businesses.
“By the time we put it up, we have to
take it down,” she said. “You can’t ad-
vertise what you’re selling … seafood
on a plaque – can’t have it. You are
Exmore Budget Friday & Saturday
By Ron West
Exmore Town Council has agreed to
June 18 & 19
move the town’s proposed $1.37 million
FY 2011 budget forward to a public 11 am - 1 pm both days
Included in the proposed budget is
an additional police officer to help fill
Hot Dogs and Drinks
the void left from the loss of Chief
Council agreed to investigate how
best to resolve the need for an addition-
al police patrol vehicle. Suggestions in-
cluded the purchase of a used vehicle
or the lease/purchase method used by
some of local lawenforcement agencies.
Interim Town Manager Arthur
Miles advised that the water storage
tank would be drawn down on June 23
or 24 to inspect its interior. It Just Makes Sense™
8 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JUNE 11, 2010
TOWN OF NASSAWADOX
Proposed Budget Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Upcoming
(July 1, 2010 June 30, 2011) Community Town Meetings
Sales and use tax $16,000.00
Notes MONDAY, JUNE 14
Bank franchise fee 5,700.00 •Painter Town Council - 7:30
Auto decals 6,000.00 p.m., Town Hall
Arts grant 1,000.00 •Parksley Town Council - 7:30
Fire Prevention Grant 8,000.00 p.m., Council Chambers
Application fees 1,500.00
Litter grant 855.00
TUESDAY, JUNE 15
Transfer from reserve 18,155.00
Local consumption tax 1,700.00 •Melfa Town Council - 7 p.m.,
Rolling stock tax 50.00 Town Hall
Traffic fines 2,200.00 Accomack
Meals tax 22,000.00 County Super- •Onancock Planning
Other income 500.00 visor Wanda Commission - 7 p.m., Council
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES $85,660.00 Thornton and Chambers
Chincoteague Mayor Jack
ESTIMATED EXPENSES WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16
General Fund Tarr will hold
their quarterly pub- •Cheriton Town Council -
lic meeting on June 14 at 7 7 p.m., Firehouse
Zoning commissioner fees 1,200.00 p.m. in Chincoteague Council
Planning commissioner fees 500.00 Chambers. The public will be vice Station to the Courthouse
Commission to library 1,100.00 provided updates on issues facing Green, where Popsicles will be
Advertising 500.00 the town and Accomack County. serviced. Everyone is invited to
Harvest Fest tickets 640.00 walk or bike in the parade.
Seafood Fest tickets 320.00 A fried-
Cost of auto decals 470.00
chicken drive- Plans for the
Payroll taxes 765.00 thru, carryout Cape Charles 4th
dinner will be Cape of July Festival
Chamber of Commerce dues 170.00 Greenbackville
Postage 90.00 held at Green- Charles are underway, The
Office supplies 200.00 backville Fire 4th of July Com-
Legal services 1000.00 Station Saturday, mittee is looking for vol-
Safe deposit box 50.00 June 12, beginning at 11 unteers, as well as for parade
Holiday celebration 50.00 a.m. participants and vendors.
Virginia Municipal League dues 400.00 Platters include three pieces The parade this year will be
Law enforcement 7,000.00 of chicken, potato salad, baked held on Sunday, July 4th, at 2 p.m.
Miscellaneous 500.00 beans and a roll. The cost is $8. and vendors will be setting up that
Public Safety For more information, call the morning.
Fire Prevention Grant $8,000.00 fire station at 824-5251. Lots of activities are planned, as
Donation Northampton Fire & Rescue 1,000.00 well as fireworks after dusk.
$9,000.00 The Town of Ac- Cape Charles Volunteer Fire De-
Waste removal $30,200.00 comac will hold its partment also will be holding its
Utilities 11,500.00 Accomac annual Fourth of 3rd Annual Firefighter’s Seafood
$41,700.00 July non-motorized Festival Saturday, July 3, at 5 p.m.
Ditch project $3,200.00 parade Saturday, July 3, at the Cape Harbor Property on
Landscaping 1,500.00 at 10 a.m., from Ward’s Ser- Mason Avenue between Mason and
$4,700.00 the Cape Charles Harborfront.
Little League team $ 250.00 If you are interested in parade
participation, being a vendor or
Arts grant 1,000.00
ESO donation 1,000.00 volunteering to help out, please
Soccer field maintenance 500.00 contact Danielle Campbell at
Litter grant 855.00 “Home of the Original email@example.com or 678-
Mayor's discretionary fund 1,000.00 Chesapeake Bay Bracelets” 6586 or Greg Rippon at 678-6318.
$5,605.00 Spring Village Candles Accomack Su-
TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES Have Arrived! pervisor Ron
A public hearing on the proposed Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Budget will be held Wolff will hold his
Great Gifts for monthly con-
on Wednesday, June 23, 2010, at 7:00 p.m., in the conference room of The
Northampton Free Library in Nassawadox. The hearing is open to the public situents’ meeting
and the Town Council will hear comments on the proposed budget at that
Grads and Dads! Monday, June 14, at
time. The regular June meeting of the Nassawadox Town Council will begin Wolff’s Sandwich Shoppe in
4 Market St. • Onancock VA Atlantic. Wolff will field ques-
immediately following the public hearing.
Estelle J. Murphy, Mayor 787-3333 tions from the public.
EASTERN SHORE POST • JUNE 11, 2010 • 9
MARRIAGES Cindy Stevens of Mears recent-
ly received a Master degree in Ele-
DS mentary Education from the Uni-
AWAR versity of Phoenix.
The decade-long resident of the
APPOINTMENTS Eastern Shore, decided to pursue
her life-long dream to b e c o m e a
teacher in 2007.
rolled in the
u n i v e r s i t y ’s
B on-line pro-
Mile POSTS April 30, 2010
with a 3.98
MilePOST Items average.
can be faxed to the Spring 2010 Northampton County Community completed her Stevens
12-week student teaching program
Eastern Shore Post Emergency Response Team (CERT) Graduates at Kegotank Elementary School in
Mappsville in June Gordy’s 5th
at 789-7681 grade class. She plans to pursue a
Graduates include from left, Elsa Feltes, John Hoinski, Irene
or e-mailed to Morris, Addie Feltes, Natalie Rinker-Good, Tim Rippon, Deborah teaching position in Accomack
Timberlake, and Charles Dumouchelle. County Schools.
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Thursday, June 3, 2010, at her Life Eastern Shore, c/o Mrs. Paula dren, Kelly Marie Allen (and hus-
home, surrounded by loved ones. Belote, P.O. Box 894, Parksley, VA band, Ed), Angela Dawn Thomp-
Throughout her long battle with 23421. Memory tributes may be son and Harry E. Lewis IV (and
cancer, she inspired many with her shared with the family at wife, Kelly); great-grandchildren,
Farmer Passes Away encouraging attitude and unwa- www.williamsfuneralhomes.com Dylan Tyler Allen and Emma
Mr. Fred Bennett (Freddie) vering faith. Arrangements were made by Lewis; and several nieces and
Parks Jr., 62, of Gargatha Land- The daughter Williams-Onancock Funeral Home. nephews. He was predeceased by
ing Road, Parksley, passed away of Jerry Gordon a brother, Gordon Mears.
Wednesday, June 2, 2010, at Atlantic Evans and June Deliveryman Dies at MCV Graveside services were conduct-
General Hospital in Berlin, Md. Horsey Evans, Mr. Cecil Theodore “CT” ed at Onancock Cemetery Monday,
The son of the late Fred Bennett she was a gradu- Lewis Jr., 67, of Machipongo passed June 7, by Rev. Fred Williams.
Parks Sr. and Marion Scarper ate of The E. away Thursday, June 3, 2010, at Memorial donations may be
Parks of Nelsonia, Mr. Parks was a Claiborne Robins MCV Hospital in Richmond. sent to Fairview Heights Baptist
farmer, attended Modest Town School of Busi- A native of Johnsontown, he Church, 4704 Deep Creek Blvd.,
Baptist Church and was a member ness, University Ms. Evans was the son of Delma V. Lewis of Portsmouth, VA 23702. Memory
of the Loyal Order of the Moose. of Richmond. Ms. Evans was an ac- Cape Charles and the late Cecil T. tributes may be shared at
Other than his mother, survivors tive member of Market Street Lewis Sr. He was a delivery route www.williamsfuneralhomes.com
include his daughters, Kelly Parks United Methodist Church, the driver for Snyders, Wise and Arrangements were made by
Merritt (and her husband, Rodney) Carrie Radcliffe Circle, and the Herrs. After retirement, he worked Williams-Onancock Funeral Home.
of Chincoteague and Laurie Parks “Friends for the Spiritual Life” for Food Lion.
Harmon (and husband, Chris) of Committee, and she started a In addition to his mother, sur- Tangier Resident Dies
Gargatha; sister, Shirley Taylor of Bible on wheels ministry. She was vivors include his wife, Carolyn Mrs. Doris Rosalyn “Rose”
Parksley; brother, Jerry Parks of a past president of the Delmarva Hope Lewis; son, Ted Lewis (and Parks, 81, a lifelong resident of
Nelsonia; and grandchildren, Levin Safety Association. wife, Sue) of Virginia Beach, Va.; Tangier, passed away Saturday,
G. Merritt, Morgan Harmon and In addition to her parents, sur- step-children, Marshall Cox Jr. of June 5, 2010, at Peninsula Region-
Logan Harmon; and a dear friend vivors include her brother, Terry G. Eastville, Laura Robbins of Ex- al Medical Center in Salisbury, Md.
and companion, Margaret Lambert. Evans (and wife, Julie); nephews, more, and Robin Mears (and hus- The daughter of the late
Funeral services were conduct- Josh and Cody Evans; faithful dog, band, Wayne) of Birdsnest; sister, Cranston L. and Eunice Marie
ed Sunday, June 6, at Modest Town Buddy; aunt, Dawn E. Dize; Delores Carstens (and companion, Shores Marshall, Mrs. Parks was a
Baptist Church by Rev. John Cul- cousins, Wayne Dize (and wife, David Thornes) of Cheriton; and homemaker and a member of New
lop. Interment was at the Parks Anne) and Cindy Dize Franklin grandchildren, Chelsea Defrees, Testament Church on Tangier and
Family Cemetery in Nelsonia. (and husband, Robert); and many Addison and Luke Mears, and Jen- the AARP.
Memorial contributions may be wonderful friends. nifer Howard. She was predeceased by her
made to The American Diabetes A service to celebrate Ms. A service of remembrance will husband, Edward Vance Parks
Association, 870 Greenbrier Circle, Evans’ life was held Sunday, June be held at Doughty Funeral Home Sr.; a sister, Marion Marshall; and
Greenbrier Tower II, Suite 404, 6, at Market Street United Meth- in Exmore Sunday, June 13, at 2 two brothers, Harry Smith Mar-
Norfolk, VA 23320; or St.Jude Chil- odist Church in Onancock, with p.m., with Pastor Russell Goodrich shall and Horace Lee Marshall.
dren’s Research Hospital, 501 St. the Reverend G. Wayne Parsley of- officiating. Survivors include her children,
Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. ficiating. Interment was at Fair- Online condolences may be sent Edward Vance Parks Jr. and
Condolences may be expressed view Lawn Cemetery. to www.doughtyfuneralhome.com Paulette Parks, both of Tangier,
at www.thorntonfuneralhome.net Memorial donations may be and Jane Marie Parks and Sandy
Arrangements were made by made to Market Street United Ex-Keller Resident Dies Laurel Parks, both of Salisbury;
Thornton Funeral Home, Parksley. Methodist Church, 75 Market St., Mr. George Thomas Mears, grandchildren, Heather L. Parks,
Onancock, VA 23417; Hospice and 84, of Portsmouth, Va., formerly of Eric V. Parks, Hunter Parks and
Onley Resident Dies Palliative Care of the Eastern Keller, passed away at Bon Sec- Joy Parks; great-grandchildren,
Ms. Holly June Evans, 48, of Shore, 165 Market St., Suite 3, ours Maryview Medical Center in Hayden V. Parks and Tyler Cole
Onley passed away peacefully Onancock, VA 23417; or Relay For Portsmouth Friday, June 4, 2010. Parks; special cousin, Yvonne
Born in Cashville, he was a son Smith; and several nieces and
Providing Waste Sterrett Gardens of the late Walter and Louise
Crockett Mears. Mr. Mears was a
Funeral services were conduct-
Disposal DAYLILIES former deli manager at Giant ed at New Testament Church
Solutions for the Craddockville, VA 23341
Open Air Market, a member of Wednesday, June 9, with Danny
Fairview Heights Baptist Church McCready and William Eskridge
Open June 12, 18, 20, in Portsmouth, and a former mem- officiating. Interment was in the
Eastern Shore 24, 25, 27 ber of Broadway Baptist Church in Parks Family Cemetery.
Cashville. Memorial donations may be
July 1 - July 5, Mr. Mears is survived by his made to New Testament Church,
9, 10, 16, 17 wife, Frances Wise Killmon Mears;
children, Yvonne Marie Lewis (and
c/o Mr. Danny McCready, P.O. Box
3, Tangier, VA 23440. Memory trib-
From 9 AM to 4 PM husband, Harry III) of Carrollton, utes may be shared with the fami-
We Care for the Shore 1300 VARIETIES Va., Brenda Louise Thompson (and ly at www.williamsfuneralhomes.com
husband, Bob) of Woodstock, Va., Arrangements were made by
Office - 757-442-7979 www.sterrettgardens.com
and Walter Thomas “Tommy” Williams Funeral Homes, Parksley
Fax - 757-442-7099 757-442-4606 Mears of Portsmouth; grandchil- and Onancock.
JUNE 11, 2010 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 11
NOTICE RE PROPOSED REAL PROPERTY
PSA Workshop Draws Crowd TAX RATE
By Ron West to be upgraded or replaced in order The Town of Painter proposes to levy town property taxex on real estate located within the cor-
A crowd of nearly 70 area resi- for the hospital to remain in Nas- porate limits of the Town of Painter for 2010 at the same 6 cents per $100 of valuation as set for 2009.
1. Assessment Increase: Total assessed value of real property, excluding additional assessments
dents attended a workshop last week sawadox. Without a way to handle due to newconstruction or improvements to property, exceeds last year’s total assessed value of real
in Cheriton on the proposed Public its wastewater, the hospital may be property by 1.04%.
Service Authority’s (PSA) plan for forced to move to a site that is ca- 2. Lowered Rate Necessary to Offset Increased Assessment: The tax rate which would levy the
same amount of real estate tax as last year, when multiplied by the new total assessed value of real
a regional wastewater system. pable of this service. estate with the exclusions mentioned above, would be 5.94 cents per $100 of assessed value. This
Consultants Eldon James and A two-prong solution is current- rate will be known as the “lowered tax rate.”
Sue Rowland provided a brief out- ly being studied, whereby the 3. Effective Rate Increase: The Town of Painter proposes to maintain the tax rate of 6 cents per
$100 of assessed value previously set. The difference between the lowered tax rate and the present
line of the PSA and plans for a re- Cheriton area could benefit from rate proposed to be maintained would be six one hundredths of one cent per $100, or 1.01 percent.
gional wastewater system, which the Cape Charles wastewater facil- This difference will be known as the “effective tax rate increase.”
they said would reduce the cost of ity that is under construction and Individual property tax amounts, in dollars and cents, may, however, increase or decrease at a
percentage greater than or less than the above percentage, or they may stay the same.
having to replace a home septic is slated to become operational in 4. Proposed Total Budget Increase: Based on the existing real property tax rate and changes in
system that could cost upwards of the fall of 2011. The upper part of other revenues, the total budget of the Town of Painter for the fiscal year ending on 6/30/2011 will ex-
$20,000. James said a regional sys- Northampton County could make ceed the total budget for the fiscal year ending on 6/30/2010 by 6.68 percent.
A public hearing on the town real estate tax rate will be held, in conjunction with the regular July
tem would reduce the risk of pollu- use of the Exmore wastewater sys- monthly meeting of the Town Council, on 7/12/2010, at 7:30 p.m. at the Painter Town Office at 17118
tion to local waterways and tem. With pipes running from Ex- Wayside Drive, Painter, Virginia 23420. In the event that the scheduled public hearing and the regular
groundwater. more to Nassawadox, the system July monthly meeting of the Town Council cannot be held on 7/12/2010, for lack of a quorum or for
any other reason, the public hearing and the regularly scheduled June meeting will be rescheduled
But residents who move to a re- could provide a solution to the hos- for 7/13/2010, at 7:30 p.m. at the same place.
gional system would face monthly pital’s wastewater needs. Town of Painter Proposed Budget FY2011
wastewater fees and possibly a Rowland addressed the issue of July 1, 2010-June 30, 2011
hook-up charge. The consultants funding and fielded questions re-
also noted that homeowners who garding residential costs, noting Contemplated Revenue Contemplated Expenditures
have failing septic systems and that one big factor is how much
have to obtain an alternative grant funding the PSA can bring Real Estate Taxes $9,000.00 Garbage Collection $23,000.00
wastewater system, often referred in. Rowland said the goal is to get Motor Vehicle Decals $3,000.00 Street Lights $9,500.00
to as a mound or peat system, face 80 percent of residents and busi-
Personal Property Taxes $4,011.65 Town Office Utilities $4650.00
a yearly inspection of the system nesses in the service area to agree
and its associated cost. to hook up to the regional system Solid Waste Collection Fees $4,588.00 Holiday Decorations $ 300.00
Riverside Shore Memorial hos- to optimize the chance for grant Landfill Tipping Fee Refunds $2,500.00 Town Clerk $7,000.00
pital is facing a similar issue in approval and help reduce individ- Interest $1,288.27 Insurance $2,600.00
that its wastewater system needs ual user fees.
Sales Tax $8,300.00 Postage-Supplies $1,225.00
~ Nedd ~ (Cont’d. From Previous Page)
Fire Prevention Grant
PO Box Rent
Town Clean Up
ceived from five years to life for from Nedd and knew they were Franchise Fees $5,389.00 Legal Advertising $700.00
armed robbery. The firearm sen- stolen from among Hargis’ posses-
Transfers From Reserves $20,359.08 Decal Printing $200.00
tence was mandatory. sions. But, he said, he did not know
Parole is not an option for capi- Hargis was harmed. TOTALS $67,236.00 Town Attorney $600.00
tal murder. Agar did not seek the The Savages both testified that Insect Control $7,000.00
death penalty. Defense lawyer Al- they went to pick up Nedd at Har- Cleaning Town Hall $420.00
lan Zaleski was appointed to repre- gis’ Whitesville trailer just after he
Mayor’s Association $50.00
sent Nedd in appealing the ver- called them around 5 p.m. They
dicts. He and Patrick Robbins said he came to the car with Painter Volunteer Fire $8,000.00
served as defense lawyers during clothes, shoes and washing powder
Santa Train $25.00
the trial and sentencing. The de- that Hargis had given him.
fendant did not testify. Zaleski was “He pulled a wad of money out of Payroll Taxes $1600.00
unsuccessful in getting Tyler to set his pocket,” said Eddie Savage. “He TOTALS $67,236.00
aside the verdicts or order a new just held it up.” According to Savage,
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Virginia Code §15.2-2506, that the Town Council of the Town
trial. He also requested that the Nedd said he found it where Jim of Painter will hold a public hearing on 6/21/2010, at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Office located at 17118
robbery sentence run concurrently Dandy had fallen the day before. Wayside Drive, Painter, VA 23420 on the proposed budget, a brief synopsis of which is presented
with the others. Forensic evidence showed that above. The public hearing will be held during the June meeting of the town council, the scheduling
of which has been changed, for June 2010 only, from the meeting regularly and previously sched-
Nedd’s girlfriend (at the time of “a bullet had gone through the top uled for 6/14/2010. Notice of the rescheduling of the regular June meeting is also hereby given. Any
the killing) and her brother, whose of (Hargis’) head and actually citizen shall have the right to attend the public hearing and state the citizen’s views on the proposed
fingerprints were the only ones lodged in his spine.” His body was budget. A copy of the proposed budget is on file for review at the Painter Town Office during regu-
lar business hours. In the event that the scheduled public hearing on the budget and the regular
found on the murder weapon, gave so decomposed that scientists June monthly meeting of the Town Council cannot be held on 6/21/2010, for lack of a quorum or for
key testimony against Nedd. could not tell when he had died. any other reason, the public hearing and the regularly scheduled June meeting will be rescheduled
Eddie Savage admitted to pos- Nedd was convicted in 2000 in for 6/22/2010, at 7:30 p.m. at the same place. Notice is also hereby given that the town council will,
at a special meeting of the Town Council on 6/28/2010, at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Office, address
sessing the .357 magnum that Louisiana of felony burglary of an aforesaid, consider for adoption a budget for fiscal year 2011. In the event that the regular June
killed Hargis and another hand- inhabited dwelling. In 1998 he meeting of the town council cannot be held on 6/21/2010, for any reason, including lack of a quo-
gun that was stolen days before pleaded guilty to possessing more rum, or in the event that the special meeting of the Town Council for consideration of the adoption
of the budget cannot be held on 6/28/2010, for any reason, including lack of a quorum, thennotice
the businessman was reported than $500 worth of stolen property is hereby given that the special meeting of the Town Counsel for consideration of the adoption of
missing. Savage said he made and two misdemeanor counts of the budget will be rescheduled to the first date which is no less than seven days following the date
arrangements to buy the weapons battery, also in that state. the budget hearing is actually held, at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Office, address aforesaid.
12 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JUNE 11, 2010
To Muzaffer Zivali
3256 Lee Street in Exmore
For $14,000 Marriage Licenses Issued
• From Kenneth Mason and
To Tracina Upshur •Nery Perez-Torres, 22, and Erica •Eugene Bernard Clark, 35, and
Property near Machipongo Lyn Hernandez, 19, both of Onan- Courtney Lea Bryan, 33, both of
For $17,000 cock Boonsboro, Md.
•From Joyce Harding and Ken- •Stephen Caleb Gary, 37, and •Margarito Rangel Chavez, 27,
neth Haar Tina Marie Stanley, 45, both of and Griselda Elizabeth Bartolon
To Bruce Callander Camden-Wyoming, Del. Am, 20, both of Greenbush
Onancock parcel •Matthew David Poyner •Michael Christian Nottingham,
For $176,500 Williams, 28, and Elizabeth Ann 21, of Quinby and Jessica Ann
•From Barbara and Dennis Gladding, 21, both of Chin- Parks, 22, of Exmore
Bugar coteague •Ronald Lee Billman, 22, and
To Henry and Jodi Cathey •Harry Thomas Wise Jr., 33, of Megan Victoria Odom, 20, both of
Lot 4A, Chincoteague New Church and Terri Unique Chincoteague
Property For $242,000
•From Stephanie Pick
Holbrook, 28, of Marion, Md.
•David Massey Stell, 20, of Wen-
•Tony Juan Collins, 54, of Pun-
goteague and Gladys Marie Allen,
Transactions To Sara Reiter
2 Belle Haven tracts
dell, N.C. and Lindsay Ann
Boyles, 27, of Zebulon, N.C.
49, of Eastville
•Thomas Brandon Herndon, 41,
• From the Bank of America NA For $215,000 •Roland Lee Bowles, 73, and Ina- of Pittsboro, N.C. and Michelle
To Douglas and Linda Bray •From Barbara Hansen Jeanne Bowles, 71, both of Glen Anne Maclay, 43, of Chapel Hill,
Lot 3, Bay Creek To Paul and Trina Mego Allen N.C.
For $41,000 Horntown parcel •Jeffrey John Kromer, 18, and •Marion Wayne Lambertson, 63,
• From Cherry Grove Enterprises For $13,000 Gabrielle Lynn Mason, 19, both of and Mary Bradley Kelley, 55, both
LLC •From Richard Mance Temperanceville of Pocomoke, Md.
To Shannon and John W. Wescoat To Pederson Living Trust and •Kenneth Wayne Taylor, 27, and •Donald Allen Reantillo, 46, and
13 acres, Savages Neck, Eastville Henning and Valerie Pedersen Shannon Shea Warren, 30, both of Carolyn Jelinek, 46, both of of
For $100,000 Lots 1 & 2 near Onancock Bloxom Great Neck, N.Y.
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or Blue, Auto, Ron@KoolAutomotive.com Transmission,
All Power, Factory Warranty Moonroof, Loaded
From $19,950 $12,840
PRICE REDUCED SUVs, CROSSOVERS, VANS, F150s PROGRAM CARS - ALMOST NEW!
’07 Focus SES - Nice, Clean, ’09 Explorer XLT 4WD - Silver, ’09 Focus SEL - White,Tan Cloth, V6,
Low Mileage, LOADED $9,990 Warranty, Loaded Up $23,500 Auto, AC, Powertrain Warranty $15,750
’03 Hyundai Accent - Silver, Auto, AC, ’09 Escape XLT 4WD - Blue, AC ’08 Taurus LTD - One Owner,
Affordable MPG, Great Get Around $4,890 6 Cyl, All-Power $19,900 Moonroof, Low Miles $16,900
’07 Ranger XL - 2WD, 4 Cyl., 5 Speed, ’08 Taurus X SEL - Burgundy, Leather, ’09 Focus SE - 2 Available, Warranty,
AC, Great MPG, Value $9,770 7 Passenger, Low Miles $8,770 White/Gray, Auto, AC $13,200
’07 Taurus SE - White, All Power, ’05 Freestar SEL - Local One Owner, ’09 Lincoln Town Car Signature - Silver,
Save $ on This Value $8,750 Xtra Clean, Loaded w/Value $8,960 Blk. Leather, 22K Miles, Loaded $27,350
’06 Dodge Caravan SXT - Quads ’06 Expedition EB4x4 - Black/Tan, ’08 Fusion S - 4 Cy/5 Speed, AC,
Cpt. Chairs, AC, Hurry $9,900 Leather, Low Miles, Nice $22,900 Power, Low 31,000 Miles $12,500
’07 Focus Zx3 - 2 Dr., Auto, AC, ’07 Ford Explorer XLT - 2WD, Red, Auto, ’09 Cobalt LT - 4 Cyl/Auto, Red,
Great MPG, Nice $8,900 42K Miles, Powertrain Warranty $17,670 Great MPG, Warranty HURRY
’05 Explorer XLS 4WD - Value ’08 Edge SE - Blue, Auto, AC, ’10 Taurus LTD - Blue, 17,000 Miles,
4WD, Low Miles, Blue $9,800 Low Miles, Factory Warranty $17,400 Leather, Warranty ALMOST NEW
’01 Ranger Scb XLT 2WD - Local ’01 Sportrac XLT- Wow, Very Clean, ’07 Taurus SE - Low Miles, Auto, AC,
Owner, V6, Auto, AC $7,888 OLD
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Hard $9,990 Warranty, Blue, Nice $11,800
’06 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Edition, ’06 Expedition KR 4WD - Gray, ’05 Mercury Montego - Merlot w/ Gray
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’09 Focus SE - Gray, Auto, AC, Pow- ’09 Flex LTD - Cinnamon, Moonroof, ’08 Lincoln MKZ - Tan w/ Tan Leather,
ertrain Warranty, Value $12,570 Leather, Clean, 7 Passenger $28,800 Low Miles, Factory Warranty $22,750
’09 Sebring Touring Edition ’06-’07 F150 Crew Cab 4x4’s - ’09 Grand Marquis LS - White/Blue
Silver, Low 24,000 miles $13,850 2 Available FX4/XLT From $22,900 2 Available, Low Mileage $19,900
’10 TAURUS SEL ’10 TRANSIT CONNECT
NEW ’10 FOCUS SE NEW NEW
MSRP $19,995 MSRP $30,585 MSRP $21,715
NOW $15,995 NOW $27,399 NOW $19,600
14 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JUNE 11, 2010
Last Week’s Answers
JUNE 11, 2010 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 15
★9 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. - ★8 a.m.-noon -
Getting Tough on Farmers’ Market -
JUNE 11 Angina - Shore Car-
JUNE 12 Downtown Park,
★10:30 a.m. - Duplicate Bridge -
★8 a.m.- 6 p.m. - Occohanock Elemen-
Sage Restaurant, Onley - 442-2474 tary 7th Grade Yard/Bake Sale - Antique
★5-7 p.m. - Agape Children’s Center Addicts, Exmore
★noon- 4 p.m. - Hair
Benefit Dinner - Greenbackville Fire ★9 a.m. - Zumba Class - Sponsored by
Dept. - $7/adults or $5/ kids - 894-7631 YMCA - Senior Center, Chincoteague - $5
fit for Courtney
★6 p.m. - Celebrate Recovery Group ★noon - AA mtg. - Holy Trinity Episcopal
Bloxom - Hair Art
mtg. - Family Life Center, Onancock - Church, Onancock
Salon, Onley -
Simple Meal: $6/person or $10/family ★1 p.m. (Gates Open) - Terrapin Island
$10/cut - food &
★7 p.m. - Life Teach Series - Rachel/ Music Festival - American Legion Post 16,
Leah Covenant Ministries Center - Crisfield, MD - $20/tickets in advance; $25/at
★2:30 p.m. - Bingo -
787-2486 gate - 410-968-2415
★7 p.m. - NA meeting - Adventist ★4 p.m. - Harlem Quartet to Perform -
Bldg., Main St., Onley
Community Center, Exmore Chincoteague Wildlife Refuge - $18/adults or
11 - 17
★3 p.m. - Hospice &
★7 p.m. - AA meeting - Christ Episco- $5/students - 336-1884
pal Church, Eastville ★6-10 p.m. - 2nd Saturday Art Stroll - at
Service of Remem-
★7:30 p.m. - Texas Hold’em Tourna- participating Chincoteague Businesses
brance - Hospice
ment - Parksley VFC ★7 p.m. (6 p.m. Early Bird) - Bingo -
Atlantic Vol. Fire & Rescue Co.
★7:30 p.m. - AA
★7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Eastville Vol. Fire Co.
mtg. - Grace UMC,
★9 a.m. - Chinco Al-Anon mtg. - UMC ★7:30-9:30 p.m. - Minds Wide Open -
MONDAY Fellowship House E.S.O., Belle Haven - $10/admission
★9 a.m. - TOPS mtg. - Market Street UMC,
JUNE 14 Onancock - 787-4718
★9:30-11:30 a.m. - GED class - Head Start, Accomac - 787-1760 TUESDAY ★10 a.m. - Bingo - Accomack Sr. Village, Onancock-
★10:30-11:30 a.m. - Moms In Touch Int’l Prayer Group mtg. -
Cape Charles Baptist Church JUNE 15 Presbyterian Church, Onancock - bring sandwich
★noon - Church Women United - Naomi Makemie
★11 a.m. - Children’s Story Hour - Northampton Free Li- ★12:30-1:30 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Market Street UMC, Onancock
brary, Nassawadox ★1-2:30 p.m. - Hospice Grief Support Prgm. - Cape Charles Baptist
★5-6 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Market St. UMC, Onancock Church, 501 Randolph Ave., CC - 787-3310
★5:15 p.m. - Friends of Northampton Memorial Library ★4:15 p.m. - TOPS weigh-in (prgm. @ 5) - Belle Haven Presbyterian- 710-2588
mtg. - Library, Cape Charles ★6 p.m. - Rachel Leah Ministries - 787-2486
★6 p.m. - Bingo - Elks Lodge, Tasley ★6 p.m. - Bingo - Pocomoke Elks, next to YMCA
★6:30 p.m. - Cub Scout Pack 300 mtg. - Grace UMC, Parksley ★6 p.m. - Multiple Sclerosis Support Group mtg.
★7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Rock Church, Onley ★6:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Trinity UMC, 109 Plum St., Cape Charles
★6:30- 8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC
★7 p.m. - Northampton Cty. Democratic Comm. mtg. - American Legion
Post 400, Eastville
★7:45 a.m. - Kiwanis Club of Acco- ★7 p.m. - Narcotics Anonymous mtg. - Jerusalem Baptist, Temperanceville
WEDNESDAY mack mtg. - Sunrise Restaurant ★7:30 p.m. - Bingo - smoke free - Cheriton VFC.
★7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon meeting - Atlantic UMC
★8 a.m.-noon - Farmers’ Market -
JUNE 16 Downtown Park, Main St., Chincoteague
★9:30-11:30 a.m. - GED Class - Head ★10:30 a.m. - Children’s Story Hour - E.S. Pub-
Start Ctr., Accomac -787-1760
THURSDAY lic Library, Accomac
★10 a.m. - Overeaters Anonymous mtg. - 710-3120
★10 a.m.-noon - Accomack AARP mtg. - Sunrise Restaurant
JUNE 17 ★10:30 a.m. - Story Time - Cape Charles Memori-
★10 a.m.-noon - Hospice Grief Support Prgm. - Swain Memori- ★12:30-1:30 p.m. - Caregiver Connection - Swain Memorial Sunday
al Sunday School Bldg., Tangier Island - 787-3310 School Bldg., Tangier Island - 787-3310
★10:30 a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Sage Restaurant, Onley - 442-2474 ★1-6 p.m. - Blood Drive - Hospice & Palliative Care of the E.S., Onan-
★11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. - Debedeavon Toastmasters mtg. - at cock
NASA Wallops Base - contact Terry at 757-824-1133 for base access ★2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - Northampton Library, Nassawadox
★noon - AA mtg. - United Methodist Church, Onancock ★3-4:30 a.m. - Widow/ers Support Group - Hospice Office, 165 Market
★2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - E.S. Public Library, Accomac St., Onancock - 787-3310
★2 p.m. - E.S. Brain Injury Survivors Exercise & Support ★5 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Baptist Bible Church, Accomac
Group mtg. - Belle Haven- 442-9334 ★6 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Cape Charles Rescue Squad bldg., Cheriton
★4 p.m. - Arts & Crafts Time - Cape Charles Memorial Library ★6-7 p.m. - Liveit E.S. (weight loss support group) - Accomack-
★6:30 p.m. - E.S. Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 62 mtg. - Northampton Pregnancy Ctr., Belle Haven - 442-4438
Yellow Duck, Exmore - 442-5916 ★6:30 p.m. - Kiwanis of Chincoteague mtg.- St. Andrew’s Catholic
★7 p.m. - Man to Man Prostate Cancer Support Group mtg. - ★6:30-7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Trinity UMC, CC
Riverside Shore Cancer Center, Nassawadox ★6:30- 8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC
★7 p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSMH ★7 p.m. - Narcotics Anonymous mtg. - Painter Garrisons UMC
★7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Onancock
16 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JUNE 11, 2010
ar As Airfare Soars, Travel by
are Car Saves Money & Headaches
ith travel industry an-
crowded flights and
White, executive director of Car
Care Council. “Driving is sim-
ply more convenient and less
ra vel by vehic le costs
less, is more convenient,
is not as stressful and of-
• enjoy more and better meal
more costly seats for summer hectic than flying, and dramat-
flying, dramat- fers a number of advantages • save the cost of renting a
airline travelers, the tradition- ically less costly — a much bet -
much flying. drive,
over flying. If you drive, you car or taking a taxi;
al driving vacation makes more deal.”
ter deal.” can:
sense than ever before, accord-
before, accord- • enjoy more legroom and
ing to the Car Care Council. • leave when you want from
leave want overall comfort;
where you want;
• be assured there will be no
SA Toda y reports that
the a verage summer • avoid airport parking; strangers sitting next to you;
t is going to be very holida y roundtrip fare
stressful to fly this will be $332, up 16 percent • forget about waiting in
waiting • take your pet with little in-
long ticket and security lines;
summer. Fewer flights from this time last year. year.
to choose from and more crowd -
ed planes lead to more delays,
Therefore, the a verage cost for
a family of four to fly is
a void weather delays; • better enjoy the ride..
missed connections and cancel -
lations. That doesn’t paint a
$1,328, while the cost for the
family to tra vel by car is about
pack whatever and as
much as you want;
pretty picture for those think - the same as airfare for one
ing about flying,” said Ric h
flying, person. • stretch
stop and stretch any time;
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Classified Ads, Real Estate Ads, Auctions & Legal Notices
Easter n Shor e Trading POST
Announcement The County of Northampton is accepting employ-
ment applications for:
NEW VOGUE PRIMA:
Above-ground pool. 24’
Gone But Not Forgotten round with auto cleaner.
Derrick Robinson CORRECTIONAL OFFICER Must be moved. $4,000
6-12-87 to 11-19-06 OBO. 757-709-0409
Today you would have been 23! Improving Health and Saving Lives Northampton County’s Regional Jail is seeking a WHIRLPOOL GAS DRYER
And the pain is still as fresh certified law enforcement officer for the position of - working cond. $125.
as the day you left me! Recognized as an organization committed to Correctional Officer. Call Charles, 336-3558
But we know you are up in improving health and saving lives, Riverside Shore
heaven safe and secure; with Memorial Hospital and Shore Life Care provide the Job may require shift work, nights, weekends and CHINA CLOSET w/3
our family who have passed on. kind of working environment and support that some holidays. doors. $200 - 1900s blanket
We know you are up there empowers each team member to make a difference chest - Floral carved top
looking down on all of us; in the lives of others. We are currently seeking can- Qualifications: over the age of 21 and have obtained made from old pump organ.
making sure that we are all didates for the following positions: high school diploma or GED $500 - Antique chairs &
safe and sound down here. tables. Also glassware &
Although we miss you so Cook/Dietary Aide at Shore Life Care Applications may be obtained from Northampton milk glass. 787-3635
badly, we know that God One to two years of cooking experience required for County’s Regional Jail Office, 5245 The Hornes, PO
needed you more than us. BOX 1417, Eastville, Va. 23347 SOFT SHELL CRABS -
We laugh as we look back on this part-time opportunity at Shore Life Care. Cleaned and individually
all the fun times that we had: Candidates are required to have a HS Diploma or wrapped - $12 doz., 4 doz.
equivalent and good reading and math skills. Deadline for applications: June 15, 2010.
And all of the sayings that you to box- Call for details -
used to have! Strong communication skills, teamwork, and self 442-2750 or cell phone
motivation needed. Hours are 5AM-2PM and 16 ’ FIBERGLASS BOAT ’96 PARKER BOAT
We love you, Derrick, and & TRAILER. Needs work. DEEP V HULL with cen- 710-7887.
Happy Birthday to you! 11:30AM-8:00PM Sunday through Saturday.
Best offer. 757-414-0429. ter console. 150HP motor, NEW WEDDING GOWN
Love, Mom & Dad 9.9 kicker motor, both low
Grandma & Grandpop Assistant Grounds Keeper ANTIQUE MERCURY by Jasmine, size 22, $500.
Grounds keeping or housekeeping experience help- hours, GPS, depth finder, Call 787-1920.
9.8 H.P. - 1964 outboard fish finder, new Easy Load
ful but not required for this part-time opportunity
Help Wanted at Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital. HS Diploma
motor, serial #1613361 in
good running order. Recent
trailer. Call 717-244-7505. WHEELCHAIR - 2004
Breezy 510, padded, swing-
or equivalent required. Must be willing to work in water pump & ready to go. 19’ CRUISE CRAFT -
Hiring candidate with humid conditions and lift 40-50 lbs. Hours are out attachments include
experience as QSR $395. 757-789-5141. Call 757-787-3870. leg extensions & walker.
Monday – Sunday, 10:00AM – 2:00PM.
MANAGER with ability 29’ PHOENIX, flybridge, 1977 20’ PENNYAN Boat. $300 OBO. 442-3541
to learn quickly and Environmental Service Floor Tech enclosed, twin Cummins Hard top. Tunnel drive. No
desire to excel. Send 2 SETS CLAM TONGS
Candidate must have 2-4 years of commercial floor diesel engines, 250 hrs., trailer. Needs motor repair. -Alfred Dise-757-891-2223
resume and references to care experience and HS Diploma/GED. The ability outriggers, off-shore ready. Transmission OK. $1,295
email@example.com or to lift 35-50 lbs, operate floor care equipment, and $42,500. Call 757-999-3437. or trade. 787-4136
mail to PO Box 617,
Onley, VA 23418.
work well with others is required.
ICE EATER - Rebuilt in
Seeking part-time MAIN-
2003, not used since. Childcare PARKSLEY - 3BR, 1BA.
Talent Recruitment Center: (757) 534-5627 $250. Call 757-710-9824 First month’s rent +
TENANCE TECH for Established DAYCARE in security deposit. Section
QSR. Hours to be at night www.riversideonline.com/careers ’98 WELLCRAFT 21SL my home in lower North. 8 OK. Credit check. Call
or early morning. Send Excel. 4.3 190hp Volvo 1/0 Cty. References avail. upon 267-939-8296
resume and references to DAY SUPPORT AIDE engine. Low hours, good request. Call Courtney
firstname.lastname@example.org or ($8.64 per hour) condition. VHF, DS, Stereo, Wilkins @ 757-331-1655. RENT TO OWN - Mobile
mail to PO Box 617, Trailer. $8,450 - 302-1108 homes starting at $450/mo.
Onley, VA 23418. The Eastern Shore Community Services Board ask for John. Boat can be I will provide CHILD- (includes lot rent). New
(ESCSB) is recruiting for a part-time Day Support seen at East Point. CARE in my home Church Mobile Home
FULL-TIME POSI- Aide responsible for assisting in the provision of FULL-TIME M-F 6a-6p, Park - VA 757-824-0315
TION AVAILABLE – activities for adults with developmental disabilities. ’91 SEARAY SUNDANCER 6 wks. & older. Call 757-
Shampoo Tech at The The position is based in the Eastern Shore Com- - 28', 10’6” Beam, Twin Mer- 894-3343. Mobile Home PARTS for
Hair Loft. Average pay munity Services Board’s Exmore Developmental cruiser I/O 5.0LX Engines; sale. We also move
$10-$13/hr. 40-43 hrs. per
week. Will train. No
and Vocational Complex. A/C w/reverse cycle heat,
nice galley, head w/ shower,
Misc. - For Sale mobile homes. Dream-
land Homes, Rt. 13, Ac-
experience necessary. The successful applicant is required to have posi- sleeps 6, 2 custom canvass- WILLIAMS DUAL AXLE comac, VA. 787-2823
Must be friendly and tion-related knowledge, skills, and abilities to es, much more. 787-3454 Heavy Duty Tag-a-Long
courteous. Application include the ability to work with individuals with 16’x70’ OAK CREST
Equipment trailer w/fold- MOBILE HOME - 3BR,
Available. Call 442-2875. challenging behaviors and/or physical handicaps. ’99 CHINCOTEAGUE down ramps & pindle
The successful applicant must have a valid driver’s 20 with 70HP, Suzuki 4- cathedral ceiling, double
hitch. Approx. 9 ton gross windows, shed. Excellent
OFFICE ASSISTANT – license and a satisfactory driving record. Applicants cycle engine. ICON, VHF, wt. Very Good Condition.
needed in Exmore for with an out-of-state license must submit a current Furuno Fishfinder, Load- condition. Paid $50,000;
$3,450 757-442-7268 will sell for $34,000. Call
large farming operation. copy of their driving record from their state. The rite roller trailer w/power
Duties include data en- individual accepting this position will be subject to winch. Many extras. 3-PC. Chocolate liv. rm. before 6 p.m. 665-1210.
try, accounts payable, in- a pre-employment drug test and a nationwide crim- $8,500. Call 757-854-1464. set: sofa, love seat &
voicing, payroll, hiring, RENT - lots and mobile
inal background check via fingerprinting. chair. 1-yr. old, like new. homes at Modestown
etc. HS diploma or equiv- STEIGER CRAFT - Sacrifice. $1,125. Call
alent, excellent computer 2001, 25’, Cabin, 225HP Pioneer Court. Newly
Interested individuals must contact the Virginia 757-824-5241 renovated, 2BR, 1BA,
skills, and 1 to 2 years of Yamaha outboard with
Employment Commission office, P.O. Box 9, Onley, 135 hrs. on motor, & trail- VA. PEELER POT W/D hookup, $550/mo.
prior office experience re- VA 23418, ph. 757-302-2029, for an ESCSB applica-
quired. Bilingual (Span- er, bimini top, GPS, VHF LICENSE Leave mes- Clean, quiet area. Call
tion and job description. A thoroughly completed radio, one owner. $21,500. sage at 824-3442. Carl at 410-262-3070.
ish/English) skills help- ESCSB application is required. Resumes may be
ful. Apply at 3769 Grape- Call 757-414-0360.
submitted as a supplement to the application but SHORT WAVE RADIO
land Circle, Exmore or
fax resume to (239) 657-
will not be considered alone. Open until filled. C-HAWK 23, ’97, C/C, I/O, Grunding 800 Millennium Real Estate
Volvo Penta - 4.3, V6. World Receiver. New. Re-
9764 or e-mail ESCSB IS AN EOE Compass, new radio, an- 1+ ACRE lots available
duced to $450. Call Reed with well and septic.
email@example.com tenna, life preservers, 787-8112. Leave msg.
depth finder, ’06 Load Rite $23,000. Shell Bridge Rd.,
AVON - Start your own
CLASS A CDL DRIVER
- Local & long distance. Avon Business. $10 start- Boats, Etc. w. dual wheels. $13,900. CONTRACTORS’ SPE- Painter. Owner financ-
ing. Call 302-674-5540
up fee. 757-710-2075, 410- 804-403-3443. CIAL - New pre-hung solid
Must have current physi- ’04 TOHATSU 90 two-panel int. doors 3 @ 3/0
cal, clean driving record & 726-2343, or 757-709-1244 MOTOR - $1,000 OBO. WE BUY HOUSES —
FOR SALE - 36’ Carver x 6/8 & 1 @ 2/6 x 6/8 - All
references. CALL (757) Contact Shore Marine Aft Cabin in good condi- Any Condition. Quick
R/H. List price $255 - $500 Settlement. 757-787-7052.
678-5097. Clarke at 757-442-6300. tion. Call 757-709-9449. takes all 4. 302-1325
18 • EASTERN SHORE POST • JUNE 11, 2010
VILLAGE at DEER POINT
FOR SALE BY DEVELOPER NEWTOWNE Services Storage Vehicles - Parts
- NO COMMISSIONS! POCOMOKE CUSTOM SEWING & al- NANDUA MINI FORD 4.9 6 CYL. EN-
3/4 to 6.5 Acre Cleared Building Lots terations, clothes, miscella- STORAGE GINE - $500. 824-0309
Health Department Approved for neous items - Judie Gibbs - Rt. 650, Taylor Rd., or 894-3952
Conventional Systems - State Approved Paved Warm, friendly community 442-6836 or 442-6832 Tasley. 757-787-3059.
for mature adults 62+ $10 off 1st month’s rent COMPLETE REAR AXLE
Roads - Lot / Home Packages Available - ASSEMBLY - low mile-
Multiple Lot Discounts - Developers & Garage Doors age, from ’94 F150 pick-
Builders Welcome. Call … 757-787-9500 Central Heat & Air BLOXOM
Automatic Openers SELF- STORAGE up. $500. Call 757-824-
Gathering room & Laundry First month is free 0309 or 757-894-3952
GRAND 1922 colonial ONANCOCK - apt./office inside under one roof. Installation, Sales Gated Entry
revival home on 3 town space. 900 sq. ft., fur- & Service 757-665-5294 DODGE DAKOTA parts,
lots in Parksley. Luxur- nished. Month to month. VERY affordable rents 4WD, 318 magnum, auto,
ious interior with beauti- No HUD. $800/mo. Call wrecked but runs. $800
ful architectural details. 710-0070.
Thrift Shops OBO 757-894-5204
Approx. 4,500 sq. ft.
w/4BR & 2.5 BA. Many (410) 957-1562 ST. FRANCIS THRIFT ENGINE PARTS for 3.8
upgrades, including new POCOMOKE SHOP - open in downtown GM: intake manifold,
German boiler for heat. VILLAS Parksley next to Russell’s heads, starter & alterna-
Italian tile in kitchen & Bridal Wed.-Sat., 10-5. tor. 824-0309 or 894-3952
stainless steel appli-
APARTMENTS Rental-Commercial Affordable Rates
ances. Only $199,000. Spacious commercial Call 894-3151 SMITH CHAPEL,
Quinby, Sat. 8-noon. Vehicles - RVs
Call 665-1911. IMMEDIATE office at 25524 E Main Bake table.
HALLWOOD - 3BR,
OCCUPANCY St, ONLEY with full HOME & FURNITURE
1.5BA, 2-story house in FOR 2BR APTS! kitchen & bathroom.
$800 a month-negotiable.
REPAIR HANDYMAN - PUNGOTEAGUE
excellent condition. Awn-
nice neighborhood. Vinyl small jobs welcome, doors, COMMUNITY
Utilites not included. Pls CHURCH SELF HELP ing, AC, tub & shower,
siding. $95,000. Call for • Central Heat/Air call 757-694-5332.
windows, floors, fixtures, complete kitchen, sleeps
showing: 757-824-5789. decks & walks. Larry CENTER - open every
• Laundry Facilities Sat. 8-2. Clothes, 4, can be seen on Chin-
MELFA - Retail office Baines - 665-5221. coteague. $3,000 or will
PARKSLEY - 2BR home space on highway for furniture, household
on 2 corner lots. 2-car • Playground MARSHALL goods available 442-9526 trade for 17’ to 19’ boat
rent. 900 sq. ft. 1BA. and motor. 410-212-0584.
garage. $55,000. 665- $750/mo. Call 710-0070. TREE SERVICE
4868 or 710-2716. 410-957- Historical BRICK BANK
Vehicles - ATVs, 37’ 2004 FLEETWOOD
PACE ARROW - 3
LOTS FOR SALE 4125 BLDG. in downtown Dependable. Motorcycles slides, asking $88,500
OWNER-FINANCE Parksley. Beautiful rest- ISA Certified Arborist Call 757-787-1082
$250 Down oration with new HVAC, (#MA-3138A) ’02 VT 1100 HONDA
electric & plumbing. Licensed, insured SHADOW SABRE -9,400 ’05 JOAYCO Jay Feather
757-665-SELL (7355) This institution is an
Rear is fenced. Addi- & free estimates. miles, garage kept. $4,250. RV - 29’. Queen bed, bunk
With septic equal opportunity tional new storage bldg. 442-7540 Call 757-999-2310. beds, tub/shower, AC &
$400 Down, $400/mo. provider & employer Unique property. Only heat, stove, microwave,
TTY/TTD $97,000. 665-1911. ’04 HARLEY FAT BOY fridge, lge. awning, tow
Without - $250/mo. SIMPSON TREE & APEHANGERS, Triple
1-801-201-7165 pkg., immaculate. $13,500
CHERITON - Eastern EXMORE - 1,000 sq. ft. BOBCAT SERVICE - Exhaust, 6,773 miles. OBO. 757-709-0409
Shore - Kings Meadows- for office/retail. Prime Tree trimming, removal Asking $9,500. Call 757-
$450,000- Wonderful new location. Avail. immedi- and stump grinding. 709-9112 or 757-709-4963.
and rare building oppor-
NASSAWADOX - Deluxe ately. Call 442-2749 for 787-2100 or 710-8477. HONDA SCOOTER -
Vehicles - Vans,
2BR, central AC/heat, w/d, details. FREE ESTIMATES.
tunity! 10 one+ Acre lots
and two 1.5+ Acre water-
all appliances. 1-year lease, 49cc. Like new. Loaded. Trucks, SUVs
1-mo. security deposit. No HANDYMAN SERVICE: 824-6219 after 5 p.m.
front lots in a new subdi-
vision w/retention pond,
pets. Smoke free $650/mo. Rentals - Houses Construction, Remodel- ’06 4-WHEELER 90cc,
REDUCED! ’95 CHEVY
757-787-7640 ing & Repairs. Over 20 3500 LONG BED
well/septic & electricity. ONLEY - New, 1100 4-stroke, excellent condi- DUALLY TRUCK, 454
Ready for your build out! square feet, 2BR, 2BA. No years of experience. 757- tion. $1,200 OBO. Call engine, extended cab,
Short sale! Act fast! Judy Accomack Manor pets, no smokers. Refer- 678-7832 757-710-2646. leather, nice truck. $3,900
Boone 757-718-9191 Specializes in keeping ences required. $700/mo. KC INTERIORS - All OBO. Call 757-709-0624
Judy Boone Realty. Seniors 55 or older Call 710-0438. ’02 YAMAHA GRIZZLY
phases of home improve- 660cc, good shape. $4,200.
1.5+ ACRE wooded lot. Young @ Heart. CHERITON - 1BR, 1BA ment and repair. 30 years’ Call 757-442-4211.
$37,900. Cleared with No car? No problem! Our cottage. $550/mo. + elec. experience. References.
well and septic included. community offers scheduled Wall-to-wall carpet, AC, Joe Beacom 757-990-1890. ’02 YAMAHA BIG BEAR
Beacon Rd., Melfa. Owner activities right in your private yard & shed. 443- 4-Wheeler. $2,800 OBO -
financing. 302-674-5540. own backyard. We have 3 865-5873 or 410-288-3778. 100% ORGANIC 757-787-4143
spots open for ages 45-54.
Rentals - Apts.
Ask about our $400
ACCOMAC AREA - 2-
story, 3BR, 1BA. $750/mo. BULK
Vehicles - Cars ’01 DODGE CONVER-
SION VAN 50,822 miles,
1st floor 1 BR apt at 25524 665-5848 757-789-0935
You pick up or ’95 CORSICA - 4-dr. pristine condition. Automa-
E Main St, ONLEY. $450 Runs good. $1,000. Call tic, leather seats, cruise
GREENBACKVILLE - we deliver 757-709-8402 any tie. control, TV, VCR, CD, dual
a month. Small pets are ONLEY - Deluxe 2BR, 2-story, 3BR, 11⁄2BA, 10
possible. Section 8 accept- central AC/heat, w/d, all min. from Pocomoke, Md. 442-7540 ’76 CHEVY IMPALA 2-
stereo w/headphones for
ed. Utilities not included. $650/mo. 410-430-5136. all passengers, dual H/AC
appliances. 1-year lease, dr. sedan. $1,800 firm. system for front and rear.
pls call 757-694-5332 1-mo. security deposit. No 757-709-8288 until 5.
HOMES FOR RENT - HANDYMAN FOR HIRE Seats 6, rear seat folds
2nd floor 1 BR apt at pets. Smoke free. $620/mo. 442-2263 after 5. out into bed, plenty of
757-787-7640 2 BR, 1 BA, in Northern - Quality work, reasonable
25524 E Main St, ONLEY Accomack County. Sec. 8 rates. Painting, carpentry, ’73 CORVETTE - dark space to walk around in.
$600 a month. Small pets EXMORE OK. $450/mo. plus sec. plumbing & electric. Over blue, T-top, low mileage, Ideal for family outings.
are possible. Section 8 dep. 757-710-8894. 20 years’ experience. In- garage kept, show quali- $13,000 (757) 787-4175.
accepted. Utilities not VILLAGE I & II ONANCOCK - 3BR, sured. 757-710-4889. ty. $14,500 OBO. Call
included. pls call 757- 787-9151. ’89 JEEP COMANCHE
694-5332 APARTMENTS 1BA, eat-in kit., w/d KELLAM’S TREE SER- pick-up. Rare find. 4x4.
hookup. $650/mo. 1-yr. VICE - Complete tree ’55 T-BIRD - Restored, red. Excellent condition.
Looking for a cool lease. Security deposit.
PETER CARTWRIGHT affordable apartment? and stump removal, 57 ft. For price, call Joe Justice $4,500. 757-894-9738.
MANOR APTS. is taking Call 787-7640. bucket truck service with at 336-5107 or 894-2031.
applications for our 1 Bedroom Apartments for operator. Over 30 yrs. ’01 CHEVY pick-up w/ser-
62 years or better CAPE CHARLES - fully ’81 CADILLAC EL DOR- vice body. 3⁄4-ton. AC. Good
waiting list. I have a renovated. 3BR, 1.5BA. experience. We are in-
barrier free apt. avail- or disabled. sured. Free estimates ADO Diesel. Very good running condition. $3,500.
Rent based on income. HVAC. Decks. $850/mo. cond. Low mileage. $4,850. 757-710-2646.
able now. Call 757-414- Call 757-647-1001. anywhere on the Shore.
0020 for more info! Call 757-442-9471 Phone 757-787-4380 or Call Rodney 665-4639
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’07 TOYOTA TUNDRA
truck. 4 dr. 28,000 Miles.
$19,900.95. Will consider
trade-in of smaller truck.
BOB’S TEXACO in NOTICE 084C2-0A-BLK-00-058
Parksley. Buying junk JUDICIAL SALE OF REAL ESTATE Flores, Refugio Town of Exmore
vehicles, large or small. 0009B-04-BLK-00-011 Notice of Public Hearing
757-665-4277. On July 12, 2010, proceedings will Francis, Thomas W. Wednesday, June 23, at 6:00 PM at the Exmore
be commenced under authority of 0040B-0A-BLK-00-015 Town Office
PAYING CASH Section 58.1-3965 et seq. of the Code of Fray, William C., Jr. To receive public comment on the proposed
FY 2011 fiscal budget
FOR JUNK Virginia to sell the following parcels
located in the County of Northampton,
Giddens, Sallie Satchell
CARS Virginia for payment of delinquent 0040B-0A-BLK-00-010 Fiscal Year 2011 Proposed Budget
taxes. Giddens, Vernon L., Jr.
0004A-01-BLK-00-005 Estimated General Fund Revenues
Bowman, John M. S. Green, Ethel Johnson Taxes, Penalty & Interest . . . . . . . . . . .$185,000.00
083A3-01-BLK-00-430 084C2-0A-BLK-00-059 Other Local Taxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $585,000.00
Brady, John E., III & Hemphill, Hare Valley Developers, Inc. Fees & Fines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $180,000.00
QUICK REMOVAL Rebecca 00015-0A-BLK-00-075 State Categorical & Non-Categorical . . . $74,300.00
Brickhouse, Clarence A. &
Harper, Robert Lee
Franchise Tax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $23,110.00
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $80,000.00
Mildred S. Harvey Investments, LLC Used Equipment sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000.00
Total General Fund Revenues. . . $1,128,410.00
SILVER & GOLD
Headen, Cleo E. & Ernest F.
00085-0A-BLK-00-046 Estimated General Fund Expenditures
Brittingham, Regina Marie Henderson, Louis & Macon General Government . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $254,586.00
sterling, class rings, 010A1-0A-BLK-00-064 00068-0A-BLK-00-080 Public Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$502,221.00
coins,broken jewelry, Brooks, Larry Jackson HT1, LLC Public Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $246,360.00
pocket watches, dental 00084-0A-BLK-00-131 0084E-03-BLK-00-004 Reserve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,646.00
gold, diamonds, Brooks, Larry Jackson Hudson, Mark T. & Decker,Anna M. Proprietary Fund Shortfall . . . . . . . . . . . $55,597.00
0085D-01-BLK-00-005 00077-0A-BLK-00-077D Total General Fund Expenditures . . $1,128,410.00
antiques, estates & more Butler, Dorothy M. Pruitt, Daniel D. & Angela L.
Call Jerry @ 083A3-01-BLK-00-570 0013A-02-BLK-00-001 Estimated Proprietary Fund Revenues
442-CASH (2274) Carrick, Thomas M. & Toni E. Pruitt, Daniel D. & Angela L. Water Sales & Penalty . . . . . . . . . . . . . $220,000.00
010A1-12-BLK-00-000A 0013A-02-BLK-00-002 Wastewater Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $114,832.00
Wed.-Fri. noon-5pm Carrick, Thomas M. & Toni E. Schweiker,William F., III & Deborah Shortfall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,597.00
010A1-0A-BLK-00-112 010A4-01-BLK-00-008B Total Proprietary Fund Revenues . . $390,429.00
Colonna, David Matthew
Yard Sales 084C2-0A-BLK-00-102 The owner of any property listed Estimated Proprietary Fund Expenditures
Daneker, Vincent E. may redeem it at any time before the Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $166,570.00
YARD SALE Saturday, Wastewater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $223,859.00
June 12, 8 a.m. ’til. Fish- 0004B-01-BLK-0A-050 date of sale by paying accumulated
Dillard, James H. taxes, penalties, interest and costs Total Proprietary Fund Expenditures . $390,429.00
erman’s Lodge, 20210
Harbor Point Rd., Quinby 00105-0A-BLK-00-044 thereon at the law office listed below.
Doughty, Daniel T. The pro rata costs of publication here- Cumulative Active Grants . . . . . . . $745,095.00
YARD SALE Saturday, 0011A-0A-BLK-00-029 under shall become a part of the tax
June 12, at American Le- Dunton, Nancy C. and together with all other costs, The Accomack County School Board Selection
gion Post 400 in East- 0030A-03-BLK-00-003 including reasonable attorney’s fees Commission will hold a public hearing in the
ville, 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Space: Eastern Shore Development Corp. set by the court, shall be collected Board of Supervisors’ Chambers, Accomac,
$1 per table Eat while 00068-12-BLK-00-038 when payment is made whether or not Virginia, on Thursday, June 17, 2010, at 7:30 p.m.
you shop! Sandwiches: Eastern Shore Development Corp. court proceedings have been initiated. for the purpose of hearing public comments on
Fried fish, fried chicken, 112A1-0A-BLK-00-29464BO the appointment of one member from Election
hot dogs, hamburgers. Eastern Shore Development Corp. District Five (5) and one member from Election
00068-12-BLK-00-033 ILVA M. JAMES District Six (6) to the Accomack County School
BIG YARD SALE 27153 Eastern Shore Development Corp.
Texacotown Rd. Industri- Board. The Code of Virginia states that no nomi-
112A1-0A-BLK-00-003 TREASURER nee or applicant whose name has not been con-
al overlocking sewing Eastern Shore Development Corp.
machine, furniture, much sidered at a public hearing shall be appointed as
00068-12-BLK-00-000D NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, a school board member.
more. Fri. & Sat., 7 am-’til Edwards, Virginia Ann VIRGINIA
00049-0A-BLK-00-167 JAMES W. ELLIOTT William T. McComb, Sr., Chairman
Edwards, Vivian Selene Attorney at Law School Board Selection Commission
0077G-01-BLK-00-010 7100 Route 17
Elmandorf, Patricia A. & Eric L. Yorktown, VA 23692
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COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF PARCEL K: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs RONALD J. MCCLELLAND
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE MAP NO. 029A20300020300
Pursuant to Decrees of the Circuit Court of the County of Accomack, All that parcel of land in Accomack County, Virginia,
Virginia entered in the cases specified herein, the following real estate will be being Lot 203, Unit 3, Sheet 3, Chincoteague Bay Trails End.
sold at public auction on Tuesday, June 29, 2010, at the Accomack County Circuit
Courthouse, 23316 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, VA 23301 at 12:00 p.m., to-wit: PARCEL L: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs ABDUL RAHEEM MUHAMMAD
MAP NO. 113A0A000001500
PARCEL A: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs GEORGE ANDREWS
MAP NO. 029A10200029200 All that parcel of land near Wachapreague, Accomack
County, Virginia, being bounded North by Alfred T. Kellam; East by Fred
All that parcel of land in Accomack County, Virginia, Bailey, South by Finney’s Wharf Road and West by Susan Davis.
being Lot 292, Unit 3, Sheet 7, Chincoteague Bay Trails End. PARCEL M: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs EDWARD NORTHAM
MAP NO. 025A00100000700
PARCEL B: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs JOHN J. BECK, JR.
MAP NO. 005A70100034500 All that parcel of land near the Village of Withams,
Atlantic District, Accomack County, Virginia, being Lot 7 on a plat
All that parcel of land in Accomack County, Virginia, recorded in Plat Book 9, page 95.
being Lot 86, Section 18, Captain’s Cove Subdivision.
PARCEL N: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs EDWARD NORTHAM
PARCEL C: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs MARY L. BECKETT MAP NO. 025A00100000800
MAP NO. 09200A000008500
All that parcel of land near the Village of Withams,
All that parcel of land near the Town of Onancock, Lee Atlantic District, Accomack County, Virginia, being Lot 8 on a plat
District, Accomack County, Virginia, measuring 27 yds. long and 17 yds. recorded in Plat Book 9, page 95
on the sides, bounded South by Robert Edwards; North by James
Norman Belote; East by Hezekiah Wise and West by Alfred Reid. PARCEL O: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs HERBERT REIFEL
MAP NO. 005A70100032400
PARCEL D: TOWN OF CHINCOTEAGUE vs ROBERT E. BROOKS
MAP NO. 030A106000021B0 All that parcel of land in Accomack County, Virginia,
being Lot 324, Section 13, Captain’s Cove Subdivision.
All that parcel of land in Accomack County, Virginia,
being Lot 21B, Section B, Ocean Breeze Mobile Home Sites PARCEL P: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs C. E. SHEPPARD.
on a plat recorded in Plat Book 22, page 93. MAP NO. 05400A000002500
PARCEL E: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs LAWRENCE CHERRICKS All that parcel of land situate on the highway leading
MAP NO. 030A4A000009500 from Hallwood to Mears, known as Route 693, Metompkin District,
Accomack County, Virginia, bounded East by aforesaid highway for 36
All that parcel of land in the Town of Chincoteague, ft.; South by Daniel Justis for 98 ft.; West by Maggie Mikel and North by
Accomack County, Virginia, being the remainder of the property Maggie Mikel for 80 ft.
conveyed to Lawrence Cherricks and Louise Lorine Cherricks in Deed
Book 217, at page 45. PARCEL Q: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs GEORGE TAYLOR
MAP NO. 014A00100B00021
PARCEL F: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs EMMA PARKER DAVIS
MAP NO. 10100A000005200 All that parcel of land off the State Highway No. 709
leading from Horntown to Sign Post, Atlantic District, Accomack County,
All that parcel of land near the Town of Keller, Accomack Virginia, bounded South by a 25 ft. outlet leading from said lot to State
County, Virginia, being 0.1667 acre, more or less, bounded West by Route 709; East by a 25 ft. outlet leading to said Route 709 and North
Mollie Walker for 115 ft.; North by Arthur B. Nicolls for 50 ft.; East by and West by John W. Dickerson.
Arthur B. Nicolls for 115 ft. and South by a public road from Hollies
Church to Grangeville for 50 ft. PARCEL R: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs KATHLEEN TAYLOR
MAP NO. 069A0A000003400
PARCEL G: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs ANNA LEE DOUGHTY
MAP NO. 110A0A000000900 All that parcel of land in the Town of Bloxom, Accomack
County, Virginia, bounded East by the Bloxom-Winterville Road for 50 ft.
All that parcel of land in Pungoteague District, and further described in Deed Book 510, page 160.
Accomack County, Virginia, being 7,200 sq. ft. and bounded West by
Leslie and Emma Scott; South by the county road from Pungoteague to PARCEL S: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs GEORGE W. TEAGUE
Craddockville and East and North by Edward and Fannie Johnson, MAP NO. 113B0A000002000
fronting 60 ft. and extending back 120 ft.
All that parcel of land near the Town of Keller, Accomack
PARCEL H: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs ROBERT O. FINNEY, JR. County, Virginia, being Lots 4 and 13 and part of lots 3 and 14, on a
MAP NO. 101C0A000002700 plat entitled Äddition to sub-division of November 19, 1954, property of
Mrs. Mildred Downing Harmon, near Keller, Accomack County,
All that parcel of land near Judson’s Crossing, North of Virginia”, surveyed April 2 and 3, 1958 by J. B. Gibb, C.L.S.
the Town of Keller, Accomack County, Virginia, being 0.50 acre, more or
less, bounded Southeast by U. S. Route 13; North by Delphine and Frank PARCEL T: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs ROSA WRIGHT
Reed and West by Richard Davis. MAP NO. 078D00200000100
PARCEL I: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs VICKIE L. GEISLER All that parcel of land being Lot 1 on a diagram marked
MAP NO. 029A10300013600 “Arlington, near Chase’s Siding R. L. Smith Owner, Nov. 10, 1945”
bounded North by Public Road leading from Chase’s Siding to Pastoria,
All that parcel of land in Accomack County, Virginia, known as No. 661, for a distance of 60 ft. and running South for a
being Lot 136, Unit 3, Sheet 6, Chincoteague Bay Trails End. distance of 150 ft.; East by Lot No. 2 and South by Tract “A” and
Northwest by Pine Street.
PARCEL J: ACCOMACK COUNTY vs LINDA ROSE GIBSON
MAP NO. 01300A0000020L0 The terms of sale shall be cash or a deposit of 25% of the bid price with the
balance due in ten days.
All that parcel of land on the South side of State Route Additional terms will be announced at the sale.
No. 709 at a point one mile South of the Village of Horntown, Atlantic Each sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court.
District, Accomack County, Virginia, being 1.10 acres, more or less,
commencing at an iron stob located approximately 410 ft. South of the
southern side of the State Route No. 709; thence southeasterly a JAMES W. ELLIOTT
distance of 270 ft., more or less, thence southwesterly 150 ft., more or Special Commissioner
less, thence northwesterly 320 ft., more or less, thence easterly 40 ft.; 7100 U. S. Route 17
thence southeasterly 30 ft. street; thence southernly 100 ft., more or less, Yorktown, VA 23692
to the point of beginning. (757) 898-7000
JUNE 11, 2010 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 21
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLICATION The Accomack County School Board Selection
COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA Commission will meet in the School Board
Conference Room, Accomac, Virginia, on
Accomack County Circuit Court Northampton County Circuit Court Thursday, June 24, 2010, at 3:00 p.m. for the pur-
23316 Courthouse Avenue, Accomac, VA 23301 5229 The Hornes, P.O. Box 36, Eastville, VA 23347 pose of appointing one member from Election
District Five (5) and one member from Election
Commonwealth of Virginia, in re Commonwealth of Virginia, in re District Six (6) to the Accomack County School
ELIJAH CALVIN LEWIS ROBERT R. PETERSON Board in accordance with §22.1-37, 22.1-38, and
v. LARRY JEEN NORTHAM, et al v. FAYE E. PETERSON 22.1-39 of the Code of Virginia. The Code of
Virginia states that no nominee or applicant
The object of this suit is to: The object of this suit is to: whose name has not been considered at a public
establish that Larry Jeen Northam is the father of OBTAIN A DIVORCE hearing shall be appointed as a school board
Elijah Calvin Lewis member.
It is ORDERED that FAYE E. PETERSON appear
It is ORDERED that LARRY JEEN NORTHAM at the above-named court and protect her inter- William T. McComb, Sr., Chairman
appear at the above-named court and protect his ests on or before July 12, 2010. School Board Selection Commission
interests on or before July 26, 2010.
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H 7:42 a.m. H 8:31 a.m. H 9:21 a.m. H 10:12 a.m. H 11:04 a.m. H 11:57 a.m. H 12:53 p.m.
I Chincoteague Channel
L 2:32 p.m. L 3:21 p.m. L 4:10 p.m. L 5:01 p.m. L 5:55 p.m. L 6:52 p.m. L 7:54 p.m.
D Folly Creek
E Wachapreague Inlet
H 8:02 a.m. H 8:51 a.m. H 9:41 a.m. H 10:32 a.m. H 11:24 a.m. H 12:17 p.m. H 1:13 p.m.
Machipongo Inlet L 1:56 p.m. L 2:45 p.m. L 3:34 p.m. L 4:25 p.m. L 5:19 p.m. L 6:16 p.m. L 7:18 p.m.
Bayside H 11:46 a.m. H 12:36 p.m. H 1:26 p.m. H 2:17 p.m. H 3:08 p.m. H 4:00 p.m. H 4:54 p.m.
Tangier Light L 5:41 p.m. L 6:30 p.m. L 7:24 a.m. L 8:10 a.m. L 8:58 a.m. L 9:48 a.m. L 10:41 a.m.
H 12:09 p.m. H 12:59 p.m. H 1:49 p.m. H 2:40 p.m. H 3:31 p.m. H 4:23 p.m. H 5:17 p.m.
A Hunting Creek
B Onancock Creek
Pungoteague Creek L 5:41 a.m. L 6:27 a.m. L 7:13 a.m. L 7:59 a.m. L 8:47 a.m. L 9:37 a.m. L 10:30 a.m.
H 10:27 a.m. H 11:17 a.m. H 12:07 p.m. H 12:58 p.m. H 1:49 p.m. H 2:41 p.m. H 3:35 p.m.
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lines,” he told me the other day. that one too
Posted Ratty really said that. Dogs start
to speak English after they reach
150. Ratty told me so.
and I don’t
at Sea You wouldn’t believe the things
he’s seen humans do when they
didn’t think he was paying atten-
tion. “They’re wacky,” he confided. day boy also
“Except for you,” Ratty added. He wanted to
gets the ability to flatter from his share a few
father. And he always tells the proverbs he’s
truth. I guess you’ve heard the say- picked up
By Linda Cicoira ing, “Dogs don’t lie. They just smell along the way.
good.” Or maybe it was “Let sleep- From the Dan-
y some calculations, my dog ing dogs lie.” ish, “The dog’s
Raku Dude, aka “Ratty,” Anyway, Ratty is always tattling kennel is not
turned 168 years old this on two of our cats. “Flick and Finn the place to
month. He’s 24 and so much more! are bad,” he said. “They do their keep a
He used to say he wanted to live business in a storage bin in the sausage.” A
to be the oldest dog in the world. utility room. My nose still works,” wise Portu-
Now that he’s done that, Ratty’s Ratty added. “They stink and guese pup once
dream is to outlive his sibling cats what’s with those disgusting said, “A house
so he can better rule the roost. things called hairballs?” without either
Actually, I read recently that Rat is very smart. And he knows a cat or a dog
the oldest dog reliably documented I’m tiring of cleaning out the litter is the house of
was an Australian cattle-dog box. a scoundrel.” sive presents for his birthday this
named Bluey who lived to be 29 “Whoever said a house is not a Here’s something else I just year. He does encourage everyone
years and five months. Do you be- home without a cat?” Ratty asked. read, “There’s no such thing as a to vote for Flick’s photo at
lieve it? Nah, nobody beats my “Or ‘Cats are people too’?” dumb dog; after all, while we’re out http://www.propacpetfood.com/fun-
Ratty. Ratty particularly is partial to working all day, they’re home stuff/vote.tpl
“It just isn’t right to be the king the saying, “Children are for peo- sleeping.” Yippee Ratty! You’re so thought-
of dogs and live with a bunch of fe- ple who can’t have dogs.” I like Ratty doesn’t want any expen- ful. Happy Birthday Month!
Post Office Mail So you didn’t want your car trashed,
Just for a little while and find
A bag, a can in which to stash
Opened up your window wide,
Tossing out unwanted garbage ‘This land is your land, this land is mine
Dear Editor: To our defenseless roadside. From California to the N.Y. Island
On Saturday, May 29, Shore Christian Acad- From the redwood forest
emy held its first Family Fun Day on property I wish for just one moment To the Gulf Stream waters.
that will one day be the site of our new facility. You would think how that one act This land was made for you and me.’
God truly blessed this event in many ways. The Changed the beauty of our land
predicted rain To an eyesore at your hand. Think about how important you are
was prayed away, To how your country is seen
the support of sis-
ter churches re- Post Op- What would it really take from you
To carry that it of trash
And when no one is looking,
The power you have to keep her clean.
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came together as an awesome team. may be sent by fax, e-mail or
As a result, some $7,000 was raised for the Editor Cheryl Nowak
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