Accomack Eliminates Lobbyist Service by shuifanglj

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                                                                                                                                                  First Class
 Jury Returns                                                                                                                                Fernanda Algarin, valedicto-
                                                                                                                                             rian of Arcadia High School’s
  Verdict in                                                                                                                                 Class of 2011, was awarded
                                                                                                                                             a plaque from Accomack

Homicide Trial                                                                                                                               supervisors for her achieve-
                                                                                                                                             ment and got a standing
By Linda Cicoira                                                                                                                             ovation Wednesday night.
    A jury found Brian Terrell Walker                                                                                                        Valedictorian Danielle Pitts
guilty of involuntary manslaughter last                                                                                                      of Chincoteague High School
Friday in Accomack Circuit Court in con-                                                                                                     and Kristen Fread of Nandua
nection with the 2010 death of his fian-                                                                                                     High School also received
cée’s 11-month-old son and recommend-                                                                                                        the recognition. The Tangier
ed a sentence of five years in prison.                                                                                                       recipient was Elana Hope
    Judge Stephen Mahan did not formal-                                                                                                      Parks. She received her
ly accept the finding, took under advise-    Photo by Linda Cicoira                                                                          award at graduation.
ment the defense lawyer’s motions for
both dismissal and setting aside the ver-
dict, and ordered a presentence report for
the 25-year-old Northampton man who
                                              Accomack Eliminates Lobbyist Service
                                             By Linda Cicoira                            best to make sure the people I repre-         gence then she says they have,” Crock-
was taken back to Accomack County Jail.         In a 6-3 vote Wednesday, Accomack        sent are heard.” Chesser said he tries        ett responded. “Everybody without
    The child, Isaiah Russell of Justicev-   supervisors decided not to continue us-     to be agreeable. “I can’t be on this. I’d     a doubt is against” paying a lobbyist.
ille Road near Parksley, died last year      ing the services of a lobbying firm that    rather be shot for being a stubborn           “Who am I to say they are wrong?”
from “blunt-force head injuries,” a medi-    was costing the county $6,500 a month.      mule than sheared like a sheep.”              Crockett complained of the lobbying
cal examiner testified during the trial.     Its contract ends on June 30.                  “This piece of property sits in the mid-   efforts to keep the firm. “A former con-
She said the boy’s skull was fractured          “All of us have a code we live by …      dle of the park,” said Supervisor Wanda       gresswoman has being calling people
in three places, his brain was swollen       there is no way in the world I can vote     Thornton. She favored using lobbyist          to try to keep this lobbyist.”
and the encompassing membranes and           for” extending the contract, said Super-    Rob Catron of Alcade & Fay, Ltd. The lob-        Crockett said Catron “wants a nev-
his retinas hemorrhaged. In addition,        visor Grayson Chesser. “The people of       byist pleaded for the work at a session       er-ending relationship. I don’t think so.
bruises marked his face, head, shin, el-     Accomack County sense this is wrong.”       last month, but was not in attendance         I’m there to represent … my district.”
bow and buttocks and the child’s optic          Chesser volunteered to go to Wash-       Wednesday. “You don’t get anything if            Wolff said while Crockett made
nerves had bled.                             ington, in place of the lobbyist, to con-   you don’t have a lobbyist,” said Thornton.    some “very good points,” the sheriff’s
    The judge said he would receive writ-    vince Congress to pass a proposed bill      “The bill wouldn’t have been written if we    association sees “the need for a lobbyist
ten arguments regarding the verdict          that would offer Accomack an exemp-         hadn’t had somebody help. If you can’t be     … why are we any different? We need a
from defense lawyer Benjamin Hamlet          tion from the requirement to purchase       there on a daily basis, it’s a lost cause.”   voice … Mr. Chesser doesn’t leave the
of Virginia Beach before sentencing.         $820,000 worth of property in order to         In the end, Chairman Donald Hart,          county all that often, the lobbyist is in
    “Although there was a theory … of        use federal recreational land at Wal-       Vice Chairwoman Laura Belle Gordy             DC day in and day out.”
time of injuries of the child in this case   lops Research Park.                         and Supervisors Chesser, Robert Crock-           “We need Wallops Research Park,”
… specific evidence was not the exclu-          “I’ve been before,” Chesser said of      ett, Sandy Hart-Mears and Jack Gray           said Wolff. “We need jobs. We need that
sive solution a reasonable fact finder       Congress. “I promise you they (people       voted against extending the lobbyist’s        infrastructure.” Wolff said over the
might have reached,” said Mahan. “The        he knows) will help me … I’ll do my         contract until the end of 2011. Supervi-             (Continued on Page 11)
court obviously does not know what the                                                   sors Thornton, Reneta Major and Ron
jury concluded in there.”                             Tax Listings                       Wolff were in favor of the contract.                    Clarification
    The judge said verbal arguments
from both the defense and the prosecu-
tion would be heard at sentencing. A
                                             T     he Eastern Shore Post has up-
                                                   loaded in the “Archives” on its
                                              website at a
                                                                                            Thornton criticized as lobbyists
                                                                                         other organizations, such as the state
                                                                                         sheriff’s association, which Crock-
                                                                                                                                          Last week’s edition of the Eastern
                                                                                                                                       Shore Post reported the indictment
                                                                                                                                       of “Pamela Powell, 35, of Lighthouse
date has not been set.                        listing of Accomack County taxpayers       ett headed for several years, and the         Motel on Chincoteague on a count of
    The judge made himself available to       who are delinquent in paying their         Virginia Association of Counties, over        credit-card larceny.”
the jurors for more than an hour after        real-estate and/or personal-property       which Hart once presided.                        Powell was a tenant at Lighthouse
                                              taxes between 1981 and 2009.                  “My constituents have more intelli-        Motel, not an employee there.
        (Continued on Page 4)
2 • EastErn shorE Post • JunE 17, 2011

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By Ron West                                               that this request was not compatible                      support the zoning amendment.                 Get hooked
   A local property owner who has                         with agricultural uses for the area.                         In other action, the supervisors ap-       on our new
been seeking approval for a plan to cre-                     Supervisors Oliver Bennett and                         proved a laundry list of housekeeping         custom
ate a wedding venue was turned away                       Chairman Willie Randall both stated                       ordinance changes, including readjust-        designed fish
by the Northampton County Board of                        that they would heed the wishes of the                    ing their annual salary from $2,000
Supervisors Tuesday.                                      constituents who opposed the project.                     back to $4,000. They had halved their
   For the past three months, William                        In the end, after nearly two hours of                  own salary a year ago.                        bracelets,
Parr has attempted to obtain a minor                      speakers and debate, the board voted                         Other changes included accepting           and money
special-use permit to allow a refurbished                 5-1 (Long supporting the application),                    the statewide building code and traffic       clips.
125-year-old barn to be used for special                  to turn down Parr’s request.                              codes, and exempting antique vehicles         Special orders
events. The county Planning Commis-                          A second point of contention for the                   from license tax fees.                        available for
sion fielded a host of public hearings,                   evening surrounded a request by the                          Prior to concluding the session, Mur-      Father’s Day.
during which many property owners                         board itself to amend zoning in the wa-                   ray announced that he will not be seek-
spoke against the plan. Citing dangers                    terfront villages of Oyster and Willis                    ing re-election to his position in the fall     Our Eastern Shore bracelets and
such as noise, increased traffic, and the                 Wharf. The request, which went from the                   general election. Murray cited personal         pendants make perfect gifts for
risk of intoxicated guests causing acci-                  supervisors to the Planning Commission                    and family reasons for his decision.
                                                                                                                                                                           graduation, too!
dents, the speakers demanded that the                     three months ago, faced stiff opposition
supervisors turn down Parr’s request.                     by the county planners as well as a num-
   Supervisor Sam Long argued that the                    ber of residents in both communities.                     NASA Briefings Monday                         Jewelry repair done on the premises
Zoning Ordinance and Comprehensive                           The supervisors were seeking to al-                       Atlantic District Supervisor Ron            including ring resizing and watch
Plan both support the concept of agri-                    low a multitude of water-oriented uses                    Wolffe’s will conduct his monthly con-                     batteries.
tourism, thus he could not see how the                    in and around the waterfronts of Oys-                     stituents’ meeting Monday, June 20, at
county could oppose an individual who                     ter and Willis Wharf.                                     7 p.m. at the NASA Visitor Center.             FOUR CORNER PLAZA
                                                                                                                                                                     FOUR CORNER PLAZA
actually wished to create such a venue.                      Comments and letters speaking in op-                      The session will include briefings on             ONLEY, VA
Speaking of the number of visitors who                    position to development in either of the                  the Wallops Minotaur launch sched-                        757-787-2217
might come for such an event and spend                    two communities came from Camden                          uled for June 27 and the upcoming                    757-787-2217
money in nearby hotels and restaurants,                   Whitehead, Tom Bonniwell, Gregory                         Taurus II launch.
Long stated, “It could be a net benefit for               Hughes, Sarah Morgan, Donna Fauber
the County. I truly hope, Mr. Chairman,                   and Jane Kafigian. Art Schwarschild of
that tonight we can break the strangle-                   Willis Wharf suggested that the super-
hold cycle on the past, and support Mr.                   visors take more time to work through
Parr’s application.”                                      any possible adverse effects that might
   Speaking against the application,                      result from the amendment.
Supervisor Spencer Murray spoke of                           “I do not know what or if any de-
the value of agri-tourism and the need                    velopment or redevelopment in the
to bring in tourist dollars, but noted                    Waterfront Villages will occur if these
that he would listen to those who spoke                   changes are approved.” stated Murray.
against the request.                                         A total of 1.28 acres in Oyster and
   Supervisor Richard Tankard indicat-                    just over 4 acres in Willis Wharf might
ed that he has always supported busi-                     be directly affected by the change.
nesses in the county, but was concerned                      Ultimately, the board voted 6-0 to

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Accomack Orders Independent Audit of County Departments
By Linda Cicoira                            will be the contact for Clerk of Court sion, which makes recommendations of staff. There is only one county plan-
   Another study. Another $7,500.           Sammy Cooper. Vice Chairwoman to the supervisors, held three meetings ner now instead of two.
   This time the money will be spent Laura Belle Gordy will be the liaison and talked for hours about topics — in-                                 Stern said later, “It’s been a night-
for an independent auditor to check for Commonwealth’s Attorney Gary cluding landscaping only with native mare. I’ve never been treated like this
Accomack County’s “entire tax sys- Agar and Supervisor Grayson Chesser plants and installing pervious park- before.”
tem.” County supervisors want “the will be the link for the Sheriff’s De- ing spaces for storm drainage. The two
finger pointing” to stop and the money partment.                                                  were not required for the Onley center.                       Cashville
to pour in. So they unanimously voted                                                                Asked why the change, Commis-                 Residents who live on Broadway
for the inquiry Wednesday.                             Chincoteague Gym                           sioner Bob Hickman said there are Road near Cashville complained to the
   The debate concerns the nearly              Thornton reported that Chincoteague now more commissioners who are con- supervisors that they have had road-
$13.6 million worth of past-due real- Town Council declined acceptance scious of environmental and Compre- flooding problems since 2005.
estate and personal-property taxes of the old Chincoteague Elementary hensive Plan concerns.                                                       “I think the next hurricane or two,
owed to Accomack County since 1981.         School gym because of the restriction                    “We are on a timeline,” said Stern. it’s going to be gone,” said John Mat-
   The audit would look into “any prob- that it reverts to the county after use. ESRH got a $4.93 million grant for the thews. “It flooded this weekend when
lems that exist” in the offices of the The facility needs about $100,000 in project. “If we don’t get the building we didn’t have a storm.”
director of finance, treasurer and com- repairs. Thornton said the property built,” the grant could be lost, she said.                             Another resident said the road
missioner of the revenue, said Supervi- was originally bought with money “Did we not comply with everything in floods 30 times a year.
sor Robert Crockett, who came up with raised by town residents, the initial Onley? There’s no way we would devi-                                   Matthews wrote a letter to the board
the proposal.                               structure cost $50,000 to build and ate … we’ll do the best we can.”                                 asking for help.
   “Everybody (who heads those depart- Mary N. Smith School was given with-                          “We should be encouraging East-               Virginia Department of Transporta-
ments) is 100 percent in favor of it,” said out restrictions to its alumni associa- ern Shore Rural Health,” said Thorn- tion representative Steve Rowan said
Crockett. The supervisors want to use tion. The supervisors then unanimous- ton. She urged the other supervisors he would bring the issue to the atten-
an auditor none of the departments has ly voted to remove the restriction.                        to listen to the Planning Commission tion of his district manager and the lo-
ever used. A committee of the depart-                                                             tapes. “This project has been held up cal maintenance department.
ments will select the auditor.              Atlantic Community Health Center and delayed. We just need to work with                                Chesser said there is a similar prob-
   “While we’re doing this, I hope we’re       Thirty-five years of serving the com- people a little bit more.”                                  lem on Horsey Road in front of the
moving forward to collect these de- munity didn’t seem to mean much to                               The center opened 33 years ago with Episcopal Church.
linquent taxes,” said Supervisor Jack the Accomack Planning Commission. four exam rooms and
Gray. “I hope we don’t hold up while Eastern Shore Rural Health (ESRH) one doctor. Now there
the auditor comes.”                         CEO Nancy Stern said the commission are seven doctors, more
   Treasurer Dana Bundick assured caused a two-month delay in construc- services, often standing-
the board that she wouldn’t stop work- tion of the new Atlantic facility.                         room-only in the waiting
ing. She asked that the assessor’s office      It is set to go up on Lankford High- room, lack of parking,
be included in the audit.                   way near New Church. Stern was ask- and dangerous traffic
   Another motion was made by Crock- ing for a conditional-use permit to al- conditions for entrance
ett and passed unanimously that gives low the center to be in an agricultural/ and exit.
the auditor the right to go to any coun- general business zone. The supervisors                      “We really need this
ty office to make inquiries.                voted unanimously to give her what she building,” said Jean
   “I’m ready to get going,” said Bundick. wanted. They nixed additional Planning Thornton, the center’s
“I’m in favor of this. But I don’t want Commission requirements that were not manager. “We need to of-
anything to slow things down.”              part of the plan when Onley Community fer more.”
   The supervisors also appointed Health Center was constructed.                                     Chesser blamed some
members as liaisons to various other           Stern complained that the commis- of the delay on the lack
government officials. Gray,                                           Town of Hallwood
a former School Board                                                  Proposed Budget
                                                               July 01, 2010 Thru June 30, 2011
member, was appointed to
                                Receipts                                      Expenses
serve as that panel’s liai- Reserves                   (11.00)                          Salaries                       17,720.00
son. Supervisors Wanda Sales Tax                     10,000.00                          Sanatation                     17,748.00
Thornton and Ron Wolff Trash Fees                     8,874.00                          Employee Tax                    3,000.00
will alternate as the Eco- Decals                     3,000.00                          Utilities                        5,000.00
nomic Development Com- License/Permit                   250.00                          Insu/Dues                        2,000.00
mission’s contact. The li-      Taxes                18,855.00                          Contract                         1,000.00
aison to Bundick will be        Fine Income          15,000.00                          Operation & Maint.               5,500.00
                                                                                        Court                            3,000.00                     132 Market St.
Crockett. Commissioner of
                                                                                        Desc. Fund                       1,000.00       Historic Downtown Pocomoke City, Md 21851
the Revenue Leslie Sav- Totals                       55,968.00                          Totals                         55,968.00   (Behind Classic Collections - Side Door on Clark St.)
age’s go-between will be The budget will be voted on at the Hallwood Town Council meeting held on July 07, 2011. This budget
                                                                                                                                    Wednesday-Saturday 11 am - 6 pm      Sunday 1-5 pm
Supervisor Reneta Major. represents an increase in trash collection fees by 22.00 per year and an increase in real estate tax from
Chairman Donald Hart .09 to .15 per hundered and no increase in personal property tax.
4 • EastErn shorE Post • JunE 17, 2011

  ~ Murder Trial ~                                             and “stayed up with them.” Johnson said he was never
                                                               violent. “He always kept a job. He works real hard.”
                                                                                                                              Accomack Tax Collection
          (Continued From Front Page)
                                                                  Other testimony disclosed that the child’s injuries
                                                               occurred while the boy’s mother, Jessica Russell, was at
                                                                                                                               Rates Don’t Stack Up
the trial to answer questions and take their sugges-           work in a local chicken factory. Walker, her fiancé, was       By Linda Cicoira
tions on the process.                                          on vacation from the plant and was in charge of the               Accomack came in last when Finance Director Mike
   The jury could have chosen to convict Walker of             daytime care of the boy and his toddler sister. A third        Mason compared 2009 and 2010 tax collection efforts in
second-degree murder, which carries a maximum of 40            child — Isaiah’s 9-year-old sister — was in school.            similar counties in Virginia, according to information
years in prison, or found him not guilty. The maximum             “Just because there was no previous information             obtained from the county Tuesday.
term for involuntary manslaughter is 10 years. Mahan           that he has harmed a child … doesn’t mean he’s not                Warren, Northampton, Louisa, Orange, Culpeper,
explained that the basic different between second-de-          a violent person,” said Accomack Deputy Common-                Prince George, Isle of Wight, Amherst, Wythe and
gree murder and involuntary manslaughter is “malice.”          wealth’s Attorney Matthew Brenner.                             Gloucester counties had higher collection rates than
   The jury, which consisted of three men (two white              At the sentencing, the prosecutor supplied the jury         Accomack.
and one black) and nine women (eight white and one             with Walker’s criminal records, most of which are from            Mason said these counties have been used for
black), deliberated on the verdict for about seven             when he was a juvenile. He was convicted in 2000 of            years for comparisons. “They were initially chosen by
hours Thursday and Friday. Once that job was done,             brandishing a firearm, felony destruction of property          the (county’s) Cost Savings Committee based on their
they got more instructions and took about another              and authorized use of an automobile. In 2003, he was           proximity to our population or per capita income.
hour to agree on the sentence.                                 convicted of possession of marijuana and in 2004 of            Northampton was not originally one of the compa-
   The jury was polled for both the verdict and sen-           three counts of destruction of property. In 2006, Walker       rables, but we added them for obvious reasons.”
tence findings at the request of Hamlet. Both proved           was convicted of two counts of driving with a suspend-            For 2010, the overall collection rates were 89.7
to be unanimous.                                               ed driver’s license, failure to pay restitution, speeding,     percent in Accomack, 95.27 percent in Culpeper,
   At least a dozen of Walker’s family members attended        reckless driving and not wearing a seatbelt. In 2007, he       96.22 percent in Prince George, 96.37 percent in Isle
the proceedings. At times, some of them joined for loud        was convicted of contempt for failing to appear in court.      of Wight, 96.69 percent in Amherst, and 96.93 per-
group prayers in the hallway and outside. They asked              Brenner called the case a “negligent homicide of …          cent in Wythe County.
God to acquit “BJ,” which is the defendant’s nickname.         a baby that can never now grow up … get married …                 At the time that the data were compiled, the most
   Walker’s mother, Geraldine Johnson, served as a             have children … go through high school … have a first          recent collection rates in some areas were for 2009.
character witness just before the jury deliberated on a        kiss … ride a bike … blow out candles.” Brenner argued         Those included 90.28 percent in Warren, 92.14 percent
sentence. She described her son as a “caring, loving, very     to the jury, “Ten years is not too long to give for a life …   in Northampton, 93.62 percent in Louisa, 95.21 per-
protecting father.” She said, “he took care” of the children   an 11-month-old helpless baby.”                                cent in Orange and 97.31 percent in Gloucester County.

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                                                                                                                                                     June 17, 2011 • eastern shore Post • 5

  Court Posting                              Chincoteague Abandons Proposal
                                            To Increase Transient Occupancy Tax
    Northampton Circuit Court
   Philip Shannon (Shane) Irwin, 44, of
Jamesville, a computer business owner
in Onancock, pleaded guilty Monday          By Linda Cicoira                                     budget shouldn’t be lumped together.                             Tommy Daisey expressed concern
in Northampton Circuit Court to drug            The proposed 1 percent increase in               She wants local government invest-                            for the economy. He said people are
and sex charges involving a minor.          Chincoteague’s transient occupancy                   ment pools to be listed in a monthly re-                      trying to cut back and can’t afford any
   According to Commonwealth’s Attor-       tax was removed from the town’s draft                port. She also said the town should fol-                      increases. Daisey wondered how many
ney Bruce Jones, Irwin pleaded guilty       budget last week.                                    low the Government Finance Officers                           people on the island benefit from tour-
to distributing marijuana to a minor,           Council eliminated the $40,936                   Association recommendation of having                          ism. He said he favors raises and ben-
contributing to the delinquency of a mi-    that was hoped to be gained and was                  5 to 15 percent in reserves.                                  efits for town workers, but is concerned
nor and use of a communication system       designated for beach, recreation and                    Thornton also voiced disapproval                           that there won’t be enough money to
(a computer) to solicit sex from a minor.   tourism. Vice Mayor Ellen Richardson                 of last year’s vehicle decal increase.                        continue to employ them.
   A presentence report was ordered.        and Council members Terry Howard                     She said the $11,000 it raised was not                           Others voicing disapproval of the 1
   According to court records, the          and Nancy Conklin favored deleting                   worth it. Thornton said the town do-                          percent increase were island residents
marijuana and delinquency incidents         it. Councilmen John Jester and Tripp                 nates too much money.                                         and business owners Richard Conklin,
occurred on Dec. 1, 2009. Irwin was         Muth were opposed.                                      Conklin asked about the recent 3                           Susie Cole, Nancy Lane, Richard Ves-
indicted on May 7, 2010, and arrested           Earlier at the same session, Ac-                 percent increase in the county’s tran-                        ley and former Councilman Jim Frese.
five days later.                            comack Supervisor Wanda Thornton                     sient occupancy tax. Thornton advised                            Council also voted to approve a
   The communication system charge          said she was speaking as a citizen                   that the hike is strictly for tourism, for-                   permit that will allow Chincoteague
came from an incident on Sept. 8, 2009.     and taxpayer as she voiced opposition                ever. She said the money would not be                         Volunteer Fire Company to offer a
He was indicted on that count on Nov. 8,    to Council’s proposed increase in the                going into the county’s General Fund.                         fireworks display on July 4. New state
2010, and was arrested three days later.    occupancy tax rate, saying it was un-                   Finance Director Karen Hipple not-                         legislation made the vote necessary.
   Irwin also had been indicted on a        necessary. Businesses are struggling                 ed that while other towns in Accomack                            Laurie Walton said vehicles are turn-
charge of taking indecent liberties         already, she said.                                   raised real-estate tax rates last year,                       ing into the Marsh Island portion of the
with a minor regarding an alleged inci-         Thornton also told Council that the              Chincoteague chose to raise only vehicle                      new bridge without realizing where it
dent on Dec. 14, 2009. Jones said Irwin     business license increase did not gener-             decal fees.                                                   leads. She requested a “No Outlet” sign
was not prosecuted for that charge.         ate more revenue and that she received                  Waterside Inn proprietor Donna Ma-                         be moved to the corner of the spur so
   An Accomack grand jury indicted Ir-      many complaints on the hike. She sug-                son complained that while other areas                         that motorists see it before they turn.
win on 11 counts of possession of child     gested putting excess revenue funds in               are offering incentives for visitors, the
pornography in April of 2011. The di-       a beach storm fund for parking issues                town is contemplating increasing the
rect indictments were not initially re-     and for beach, recreation and tourism.               occupancy tax. She said the town is not
leased to the public with the others.           Thornton said items in the town                  reaching out to tourism.
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6 • EastErn shorE Post • JunE 17, 2011

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                                                                                                                                         Where shopping
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Tax Payment Expected
                                                                                                                                         revolves around you 24/7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             By Linda Cicoira
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Interim Northampton County Treasurer
        Friendly Service at Your Local
           Sears Hometown Store.
                                                                 SUNDAY, JUNE 12                                                       TH
                                                                                                                                                THRU               SUNDAY, JUNE 19 , 2011                                                TH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Cindy Bradford expects to soon collect money

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             from an NFL football player who owes delin-

                                        %                                                                                       PLUS SPECIAL FINANCING
                                                                                                                                OR DELIVERY OPTIONS AVAILABLE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             quent real-estate taxes.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall is in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             arrears for more than $24,200 in back taxes,
                                                                                                                                 See store for details.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             including penalties and interest, for 2008,

        all Kenmore                                         ®                                                                                                                                                                                                                2009 and 2010, Bradford confirmed Monday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Attorney James Elliott, who has a collec-
         appliances                                       ♦
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tion contract with the county, recently start-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ed the process of seizing Hall’s $1.3 million

                                            %                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Plantation Point home near Cape Charles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and selling it at auction to collect the debt,
         EXTRA                               OFF                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the treasurer said.
       all appliances with Sears card♦
                       ihS          d                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           She explained, “The address recorded on
    Offers exclude Electrolux, Jenn-Air®, Dacor, Fisher & Paykel, floor care, sewing machines, countertop microwaves, water heaters, water softeners, water filtration, air conditioners, air cleaners, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, accessories, closeouts and Everyday Great
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the deed was the address of the property”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and Hall “was not getting his mail there.”

               on all
    save & garden and                                                                      PLUS      NO INTEREST IF PAID IN
                                                                                           FULL IN 12 MONTHS on total lawn & garden
                                                                                                                                                                                                                save an                                                      Bradford noted that the football player’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             lawyers recently called Elliott to say they
    power lawn
    outdoor storage Offer excludes Everyday Great
                                                                                           purchases over $299 when you use a qualifying Sears card
                                                                                           Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                EXTRA                                                        want to take care of the bill. “I expect it to be

                                                                                           paid in full within 12 months or if you make a late payment. Offer good thru 6/19/11. ♦♦See
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             cleared up soon,” she said.

                    Price items and generators.                                            below for offer details and Important Deferred Interest Details.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                In seven NFL seasons, Hall has reportedly
                                                                                                                        h i
                                      99                                                                                                                                           a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             made tens of millions of dollars. He recently
                   FINAL                                                                                           94 SEARS CARD
                                                                                                                               FINAL, EA.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             said he made more than $1 million a game.
                                                                                                                   a. Craftsman convertible
     Craftsman 42-in. yard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               One-Day Work Stoppage

     tractor with 21-hpΔ Briggs                                                                                    2-cycle gas line trimmer
     & Stratton engine and                                                                                         07179102 Reg. 119.99,
     hydrostatic automatic
     transmission 07128851
     Reg. 1749.99, 1399.99
                                                                                                                   b. Craftsman C3®                                                                      on purchases with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 for Some at BaySys
                                                                                                                   19.2-volt cordless
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                                                                                                                   line trimmer 07174381
                                                                                                                   Reg. 134.99, 99.99                                                                    your Sears card                                          †††
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                “Unresolved contractual” issues caused
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             See below for details.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             about 40 employees of BaySys Technologies
   ΔAs rated by engine manufacturers.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             to lose a day’s work last week. But Director of
     25999            SALE                                                                                                            50%         OFF
                                                                                                                                                                            Reception is simulated.
                                                                                                                                                                            Availability may vary by store.            69999                                                 Facilities and Special Projects Garnett Kel-
     SAVE $90                                                                                                            Craftsman 255-pc.                                                                             SAVE $100                                             lam said Monday, “Everyone’s back to work,
     Kenmore® 4-burner                                                                                                     mechanic’s tool                                                                             Panasonic® 50-in. class Viera®
                                                                      Gas tank sold                                           set 00935255
     643-sq. in. total cooking
     stainless steel gas grill                                        separately.                                              Reg. 299.99,                    50-IN. CLASS                                            X3 series plasma HDTV
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       •49.9-in. measured diagonally.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             thank goodness.”
     with side burner 07116134                                        Grills require
                                                                      some assembly.
                                                                                                                                sale 149.99
                                                                                                                                                               600 Hz
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       05775541/TC-P50X3                                        The aeronautical company had problems
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             with “the 777 client” and told the customer
                                     Your neighborhood store - and so much more. Sears Hometown Store is the best of both worlds -                                                                                                                                           “we’re not working on your airplane unless
                                                   the value, selection and services you want, right in your neighborhood.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             you pay us.” The issues were not disclosed.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        On eligible items.
 FOR AN EVEN GREATER SELECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Excludes Alaska.        Last week, Kellam wrote in a prepared
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             announcement, “The repair station is staffed
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and we are anticipating the arrival of anoth-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             er aircraft soon. BaySys Engineering is sur-
                                                                                              25044 Lankford Hwy.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Under New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             veying the client’s aircraft this week.”
 Mon. - Fri. - 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Kellam said the entire workforce at Bay-
 Sat. -and Operated by Name • Store address • Store hours • Phone Onley, VA
          9 a.m. - 6 p.m.                                          number
                                                                                                                                                                                         STORE NAME                                                                          Sys consists of about 80 people, not including

  Owned and Operated by Name • Store address • Store hours • Phone number                                                                                                                                                                                                    contracted workers.
 Sun. - noon - 5 p.m.
                                                                                       757-787-8801                                                                                                                                                                          Kids’ Club Starts Monday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Youthworks’ Kids’ Club, a free summer pro-
 IMPORTANT DEFERRED INTEREST DETAILS (WHEN OFFERED): Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within the promotional period or if you
 make a late payment. With credit approval, for qualifying purchases made on a Sears card (Sears Commercial One® accounts excluded) Sears Home Improvement AccountSM, valid on installed sales only. Offer is                                                                gram, where kids ages 5-10 learn about the
 only valid for consumer accounts in good standing and is subject to change without notice. May not be combined with any other promotional offer. SEARS CARDS: As of 5/2/11, APR for purchases: VARIABLE
 7.24%-27.24 or NON-VARIABLE 14.00%-29.99%. MINIMUM INTEREST CHARGE: UP TO $2. An Annual Membership Fee of up to $59 may apply. See card agreement for details. Sears cards are issued by                                                                                    love of Jesus through crafts, reading, songs
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 Offer good thru 6/19/11.
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 you use your Sears card, subject to credit approval. Extra Savings on Tools and Automotive valid 6/17 through 6/19 only. Cannot be combined with other Sears card discounts. Excludes Home Appliance
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 LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Electronics, Everyday Great Price items, Levi’s, airtime cards, lenses and accessories. Weber, propane tanks and exchanges, Sealy Legato, Union, Kamela Ti,
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                                                                                                                                June 17, 2011 • eastern shore Post • 7

     Northampton School Board Welcomes
 Superintendent, Discusses Benefits, OKs Budget
By Ron West                                       with various grants.                       who took part it began to fall off by the
   The Northampton County School                     The board appointed Annette Gray        beginning of 2011. The board has the
Board welcomed Dr. Walter R. Clem-                to serve as the superintendent’s des-      option of going back to in-house food
ons to the Shore as the new superin-              ignee in his absence for the coming        service in that the current cafeteria.
tendent at its meeting this week.                 school term.                                  Board members Calvin Brickhouse
   Dr. Clemons, a Smithfield, Va., na-
tive, has 21 years of education experi-
ence serving in Isle of Wight, Franklin,
                                                     Board member Calvin Brickhouse
                                                  reported that the school uniform com-
                                                  mittee is recommending that the col-
                                                                                             and Richard Bland were slated to sur-
                                                                                             render their seats at the end of their
                                                                                             current term but will retain their po-
and Newport News, Va., and Char-                  ors burgundy and maroon be removed         sitions until the Board of Supervisors
lotte, N.C. He will assume the helm of            from the approved list, while adding the   completes its redistricting plan, which
Northampton County’s three schools                black for pants, slacks, shorts, skirts,   calls for the reduction of one supervi-
on July 1.                                        jumpers, and skorts. Striped shirts also   sor and could also reduce the School
   The issue of merging with the coun-
ty’s insurance plan was discussed.
Coverage, savings, and additional
                                                  were removed from the approved list.
                                                  The committee also is suggesting that a
                                                  dress code be in place for staff.
                                                                                             Board by one representative.

                                                                                               Island District ‘Town
costs to staff were major concerns. Re-              The board reviewed the school lunch
tiring Superintendent Dr. Bowmaster,
who like many retirees will be directly
                                                  program. The board outsourced the
                                                  service in 2010 as a way to improve
                                                                                                Meeting’ Monday
affected, was asked for his views. He
indicated reluctance to merge at this
                                                  the quality of lunches as well as the
                                                  number of students who take part in
                                                                                                Island District Supervisor Wanda
                                                                                             Thornton and Chincoteague Mayor
                                                                                                                                            Love, Ed,
time. The savings for most staff cur-
rently covered would be a few cents
                                                  the program. School Finance Director
                                                  Brook Thomas reported that while the
                                                                                             Jack Tarr will hold their quarterly
                                                                                             meeting on Monday, June 20, at 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                           Linda & Lloyd
per month, while those in family                  program got off to a good start in the     in the Town Council Chambers.
plans would see substantial increases             fall of 2010, the number of students          The public is invited to ask questions.
in premiums.
   The School Board voted not to merge
with the county’s system for the up-
coming school year and to review the
decision again in 2012.
   Approval was given to the
$19,992,540 school budget for FY 2012.               Smith Island Cakes
Funding is provided by a combination
of federal, state, and local money, along                   Saturdays Only
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8 • EastErn shorE Post • JunE 17, 2011

 Community Notes                               Cape Charles                                 Upcoming Town Meetings                       Onancock
                     The Town of Park-
                   sley is partnering           OKs Budget                                  Tuesday, June 21
                                                                                            •Melfa Town Council - 7 p.m., Town
                                                                                                                                        Offers Top Job
                   with Parksley Volun-        By Ron West                                                                              By Linda Cicoira
                                                                                            •Onancock Planning Commission -
  Parksley         teer Fire Company              Cape Charles Town Council last
                                                                                            7 p.m., Council Chambers
                                                                                                                                           Onancock Town Council voted Mon-
                   and Shore Secrets           week approved the town’s FY 2012                                                         day night to offer the job of town man-
                  Magazine to sponsor          budget of $11,743,743, including $6.5                                                    ager/lawyer to an undisclosed appli-
                                                                                            Wednesday, June 22
          Shore Singers Search, which          million in grants. Fees for the coming                                                   cant for a salary of $90,000 a year.
                                                                                            •Accomac Town Council - 7:30 p.m.,
      will give contestants the opportu-       year will include a minimum water rate                                                      Councilman and Personnel Com-
                                                                                            Board of Supervisors Chambers
    nity to audition for a spot in the fi-     of $43, trash fees of $14, and a mini-                                                   mittee Chairman Chris LaMontagne
nal Grand Show, scheduled for August.          mum wastewater rate of $34. The full                                                     made the motion after a 45-minute
                                                                                            Thursday, June 23
   Beginning the weekend of July 22,           budget is posted on the town’s website.                                                  closed session. He said the chosen one’s
                                                                                            •Bloxom Town Council - 7:30 p.m.,
auditions will be held at the pavilion            Council also reviewed and updated its                                                 name would be made public after he or
                                                                                            Town Hall
in Parksley Town Square Fridays at 7           golf cart ordinance. According to Town                                                   she accepts the position.
p.m. and Saturdays at 6 p.m. during            Planner Tom Bonadeo, almost 100 carts                                                       Mayor Bruce Paone was absent. The
each of the three weekends prior to the        are registered in town. The ordinance al-       Town Hall Meeting                        council unanimously took the action.
Grand Show on Aug. 13.                         lows them to be operated in town by li-                                                     It was the first time the concept of
   Contestants will be asked to give an a      censed drivers. The carts must be inspect-
                                                                                                Set for Thursday                        combining the manager and lawyer’s
capella performance lasting no more than       ed, operated within the 25-mph speed            The Eastern Shore Continuum of           position was made public.
90 seconds. The judges will choose the top     limit, have a horn and seat belts, and be    Care and Community Service Board               Vice Mayor Fletcher Fosque said, “It
12 contestants each weekend to move on         equippd with lights if operated at night.    planning group will host a town hall        was not advertised that way. We don’t
to the Grand Show, during which the top           Harbormaster Smitty Dize an-              meeting on June 23 to hear directly from    have a fixed contract with our attor-
36 contestants will perform a 90-second        nounced that the new harbor floating         residents and business leaders of north-    ney,” David Rowan, who is paid on an
a capella selection and the judges will        docks are operational and being ex-          ern Accomack County about their qual-       hourly rate. Rowan did not attend the
narrow their selection to five final contes-   tensively utilized. The town has been        ity of life. The meeting will be held at    meeting.
tants. They then will perform an entire        working on plans for a bathhouse to          Chincoteague Community Center, 6155            “The combined salary … is not too
selection, with back-up music provided         be added at the harbor. Council sup-         Community Dr., Chincoteague Island. It      far off what we are paying right now,”
by the local group, Nuthin’ Fancy.             ported the bathhouse plan, for which         will include free dinner and prizes.        Fosque added.
   The winner of the contest will re-          the town received a $343,977 Boating            The information received during             Last week, the town hired retired
ceive $1,000 in cash, an opportunity to        Infrastructure Grant earlier this year.      this town hall meeting will be used by      Virginia Department of Transporta-
perform live on WVES Radio, and an                Town Manager Heather Arcos was            the planning group to develop services      tion Resident Engineer Will Cumming
all-expense-paid trip to audition at one       authorized to apply for a U.S. Depart-       and resources that can potentially im-      to serve as interim town manager for
of the large audition companies in ei-         ment of Agriculture Rural Develop-           prove local education, healthcare, em-      60 days. His hourly wage is based on
ther Nashville or New York.                    ment Grant to obtain a new police ve-        ployment, transportation, and public        an annual salary of $50,000 and he is
   Cash prizes also will be awarded to         hicle. The $32,000 grant would be an         services.                                   not seeking the permanent position.
the first and second runners-up.               80 percent/20 percent match, with the
   Space is limited to 500 applications,
so Mayor Rick Chase encourages peo-
                                               town paying $8,000 for a new vehicle.
                                                  Council reviewed a request from
                                                                                                      Community Notes can be faxed to
ple not to wait to get their registra-         Landmark Holdings U.S. for a condition-                   the Eastern Shore Post at
tions in. “We’ve established a limited         al-use permit extension for the construc-
number of auditions each night,” said          tion of multi-residential and commercial                    789-7681 or e-mailed to
Chase, “and all contestants will be as-        property near the harbor. Bonadeo noted
signed the date of their audition once         that Council had granted an extension a       
we receive their registration packet.          year ago, but there are no visible signs
We will try to honor requests for specif-      of progress. Additionally, it was reported    3rd Annual Photo Contest “Give Us Your Best Shot”
ic dates, but … can’t guarantee that.”         that the applicant proposed to pay delin-     Friday-Sunday June 24-26
   Contestants must be 15 years of age         quent taxes by the end of 2011. Council       Cash prizes for photos taken on Chincoteague & Assateague
or older as of Aug. 13, 2011. Contes-          voted not to grant the extension.             on Friday & Saturday. Awards presented on Sunday morning.
tants under 18 must bring a parent.               Council voted to support the tall ship     Children’s contest with prizes from Island Creamery
   In addition to registration and en-         initiative in the amount of $5,000, to be     For more info:
trance fees, the group will raise funds by     provided as in-kind services and/or di-       The Art of Seeing Friday June 24 8 pm
seeking sponsorships from local business-      rect funding. Councilwoman Joan Na-           National Geographic photographer James Stanfield shows some of his best shots with
es, with various sponsorship levels avail-     tali urged that a means for measuring         advice about how to get yours. ($10, $5 student, free to contest registrants)
able. All proceeds will benefit medically      financial benefits from the initiative be     All photo events at Senior Center on Church Street on Chincoteague
disadvantaged children on the Shore.           in place. Councilman Bruce Evans noted        Free Summer Cinema Series Begins
   For further information visit web-          that once vessels begin to make port in       Thursday June 23 The Sting Chincoteague downtown waterfront park 9 pm
site or             Cape Charles, the initiative would fund
                                                                                                       Chincoteague Cultural Alliance
                                                                                                                                             with support from the Town of Chincoteague,
                                                                                                                                             Virginia Commission for the Arts,
call 757-593-1120.                             itself with the growth of town businesses.                                                    National Endowment for the Arts
                                                                                                                           June 17, 2011 • eastern shore Post • 9

 Mile                POSTS               Quinby were named to the President’s
                                         List at JMU for the spring semester.
                                            Malissa Watterson of Exmore, Eliza-
                                                                                      Northam Gets High Marks
                                                                                        for Business Support
                                                                                                                                                  •a son, born to Lilian
                                                                                                                                                Escobar of Mappsville
                                                                                                                                                May 30

                                         beth Twilley of Greenbackville, Megan           The Virginia Federation for Re-                          •a daughter, born to
                                         Goard of Hallwood, Kristina Bundick          search and Economic Education (Vir-                       Simone Cunningham of
                                         of Harborton and James Schavel of            ginia FREE) released its annual Vir-           Eastville June 1
                s                        Wachapreague were named to the JMU           ginia General Assembly evaluations
                                                                                                                                       •a son, born to Corina Bell of

          a                              Dean’s List for the spring semester.
                                            To qualify for the President’s List, a
                                                                                      last week, grading members of the
                                                                                      Senate and House of Delegates on
                                                                                                                                     Townsend June 5
                                                                                                                                       •a daughter, born to Shevon Kel-

   appointMents                          student must carry a semester course
                                         load of 12 graded credit hours or more
                                         and earn a GPA of 3.900 or above.
                                                                                      their support of business in the com-
                                                                                      monwealth and their overall effective-
                                                                                      ness as legislators.
                                                                                                                                     lam of Temperanceville June 5
                                                                                                                                       •a daughter, born to Inelda Rosier of
                                                                                                                                     Accomac June 6
                                            To qualify for the Dean’s List, a stu-       Sen. Ralph S. Northam, who repre-
                                         dent must carry a semester course load
                                         of 12 graded credit hours or more and
                                                                                      sents the Eastern Shore, ranked first
                                                                                      out of 10 first-term senators in legisla-
                                                                                                                                          Kaitlyn Black To Be
                                         earn a GPA between 3.500 and 3.899.          tive effectiveness, and second in over-            in Pre-Teen Pageant
           Births                           Riopel and Vaughn
                                                                                      all business rating for the 2011 Gen-
                                                                                      eral Assembly Session.
                                                                                                                                        Ten-year-old Kait-
                                                                                                                                     lyn Marie Black, the
                                                                                         “I appreciate the business commu-           daughter of Chad
                                             Make Dean’s List                         nity’s recognition of my efforts to help
                                                                                      create jobs and grow Virginia’s econ-
                                                                                                                                     and Tracy Savage,
                                                                                                                                     has been chosen as
 JMU Grads, Honorees                        Austin Riopel of Machipongo and           omy,” said Northam. “I have worked             a state finalist in the
                                         Clara Vaughn of Onley recently were          hard to support economic development           National American
     Announced                           named to the Dean’s List at the Col-         in the 6th District, and hope to continue      Miss Virginia Pag-
  Rachel Haugh of Chincoteague and       lege of William and Mary for the spring      those efforts in Richmond next year.”          eant to beheld July
Megan Goard of Hallwood were spring      2011 semester.                                  Northam, a pediatric neurologist in         28 at the Hyatt Re-
graduates of James Madison University.      In order to achieve Dean’s List status,   Norfolk, was first elected to the Senate in    gency in Reston, Va.        Kaitlyn
  Erin Ayres of Bloxom, Caleigh Simp-    a student must take at least 12 credit       2007, and has declared his intention to           Kaitlyn will par-
kins of Onancock, and Kerri Tracy of     hours and earn a minimum 3.6 GPA.            seek re-election to a second term this fall.   ticipate in the Junior Pre-Teen Division.

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                                            Amber and Derick Curry, all of Can-            A native of New Jersey, he was the son of      Other than his parents, survivors in-
        Obituaries                          ton); brothers, Andrew Fread (and wife,
                                            Stephanie) of Accomac and Robert L.
                                                                                        the late Joseph and Eleanor Beble Lamp-
                                                                                        man. He was a World War II U.S. Marine
                                                                                                                                       clude his brother, Scott Black (and wife,
                                                                                                                                       Sharon) of Lebanon, Conn.; dear friend,
                                            Fread of Hilo, Hawaii; parents-in-law,      veteran, serving in the Pacific Theatre.       Annie Slater of New Jersey; his moth-
Bridgetown Native Dies                      Thomas C. and Nancy Lee Stauffer of            Mr. Lampman was predeceased by his          er’s husband, Clarence Baylis of Quin-
    Mrs. Annie Mae Spady Barker went        Canton; brothers-in-law, Thomas C. Jr.,     wife, Mary Lampman. He is survived by          by; and half-brother, Wesley Hudson.
to the arms of God on March 18, 2011.       Raymond Allen, Ron Michael and Frank        his children, Lorette McNeil (and hus-            A memorial service will be held in
    Born in Bridgetown to the late Wil-     C. Stauffer, and their wives and chil-      band, Butch) of Atlanta, Ga., Christopher      Pennsylvania at a later date.
liam T. and Maude Whitman Spady,            dren, all of Canton; and several nieces     Lampman (and wife, Janice) of Cler-               Memorial donations may be made
she graduated from Northampton High         and nephews. She was predeceased by         mont, Fla., Edwin Lampman (and wife,           to the SPCA, P.O. Box 164, Onley, VA
School in 1946 and Ferrum Junior Col-       a sister, Maria Lynn Fread.                 Donna Silk) of Onancock, Mary Ellen            23418. Memory tributes may be shared
lege in 1948. She moved to Richmond,           A private graveside interment will       Lampman of Clermont, and Frances               at
Va., married John Barker, started a fam-    be held in Dover, Ohio.                     Lampman of Washington, D.C.; nine                 Arrangements were made by
ily, and then moved to Cumberland, Va.,        Memorial donations may be made to        grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren;         Williams-Onancock Funeral Home.
where she resided for over 30 years. Mrs.   the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Hamp-       and a companion, Mary Jean Saylor.
Barker worked as a registrar at Super 8     ton Roads Chapter, 760 Lynnhaven               A military service will be held in Ar-      Retired Carpenter Dies
Motel in Chester, Va., for many years be-   Pkwy., Suite 201, Virginia Beach, VA        lington National Cemetery at a later date.        Mr. Robert Coy Campbell, 64, of Ex-
fore moving to Boca Raton, Fla., in 2006.   23452. Memory tributes may be shared           Memorial donations may be sent to           more died Tuesday, June 14, 2011, at home.
    Mrs. Barker is survived by her chil-    at             Hospice of the Eastern Shore, 165 Mar-            A native of Oakland Park, he is the
dren, Janice, Ralph and Debby; daugh-          Arrangements were made by Wil-           ket St., Suite 3, Onancock, VA 23417.          son of Coy Campbell of Exmore and the
ter-in-law, Nancy; and sisters, Gladys,     liams-Onancock Funeral Home.                   Online condolences may be offered           late Helen Rowe Campbell. Mr. Camp-
Alice Marie and Maude Bell. She had six                                                 at                  bell was a retired carpenter.
grandchildren, Damian, Dara, Pakuna,            Tyson Retiree Dies                                                                        In addition to his father, survivors
Daniel, Devin, Serena; and two great-          Mr. Edgar T. Onions Jr., 63, died        GM Retiree Passes Away                         include his son, Terran Coy Campbell of
grandchildren, Gabriel and Cameron.         Wednesday, June 8, 2011, at his Bloxom         Mr. Richard “Dick” Franklin                 Exmore; sisters, Joyce Morgan of Onan-
She was preceded in death by three          home after a brave battle with cancer.      Kent Jr., 83, of Machipongo died Sat-          cock and Judy Bradford (and husband,
brothers, Sam, “Buck” and Jimmy Spady.         Born in Guilford, he was the son of      urday, June 11, 2011, at home.                 Wayne) of Exmore; brothers, James D.
    A memorial service will be held Sun-    the late Edgar Thomas Onions Sr. and           Born in Cheyenne, Wy., and reared in        Campbell (and wife, Cora) and Donnie
day, July 3, at 1 p.m. at Johnson’s U.M.    Louise Onions Killmon. He retired in        Rock Hall, Md., he was the son of the late     Lee Campbell, both of Exmore; and sev-
Church in Machipongo.                       1995 as a safety director at Tyson Foods;   Richard F. Kent Sr. and Anne Rouse Kent        eral nieces and nephews. He was prede-
    Memorial donations may be made          he had worked 27 years for Holly Farms      and a graduate of Washington College.          ceased by a sister, Brenda Sue Camp-
to the American Cancer Society or The       and Tyson Foods. He was a member of         A veteran of the U.S. Army, he retired         bell; and a niece, Sara Beth Bradford.
Mae Volen Senior Center in Boca Raton.      Guilford U.M. Church and enjoyed help-      from General Motors as a supervisor.              Graveside services will be conduct-
                                            ing others at Arcadia Nursing Home             Mr. Kent was predeceased by two             ed today, June 17, at 11 a.m. at John-
Exmore Resident Dies                        when his mother lived there.                wives, Evelyn Kent and Margaret Kent.          son’s U.M. Church Cemetery in John-
  Lucy Mae Johnson Walker, 70, of              Mr. Onions is survived by his wife,      He is survived by his son, Fred Kent           sontown by Pastor Joe McKnight.
Exmore died there Saturday, June 4, 2011.   Sylvia Hurley Onions; daughters, Tara       (and wife, Peggy) of Ellicott City, Md.;          Online condolences may be offered
  Funeral services were conducted Sat-      Minke Patterson of Ocean Pines, Md.,        brother, Greg Kent (and wife, Donna) of        at
urday, June 11, at Northampton High         Melissa Onions Tankford (and husband,       Cincinnati, Ohio; and grandson, Ryan              Arrangements were made by
School in Eastville. Interment was in       Ray) of Nelsonia and Teresa Onions Har-     Gregory Kent of Ellicott City.                 Doughty Funeral Home, Exmore.
Bethel Baptist Cemetery in Franktown.       ris (and husband, Jeff) of Hebron, Md.;        Funeral services were conducted
  Arrangements were made by Smith           grandchildren, Skylar Snead of Rock-        Wednesday, June 15, at Fox and James              Child Molester Dies
and Scott Funeral Home in Exmore.           ville, Md., Kaelan Patterson of Ocean       Funeral Home, Eastville, by Rev. Rob-             Percy Strand, who was convicted in
                                            Pines, Dakota and Devin Tankford of         ert Johnson.                                   1983 of sexually molesting young girls
  Onley Resident Dies                       Nelsonia and Lexi Harris of Hebron; and        Memorial donations may be made to           who were passengers on the Accomack
   Mrs. Ann Marie Stauffer, 43,             faithful canine companion, Ellie.           the SPCA, P.O. Box 164, Onley, VA 23418.       County Schools bus that he drove, died
of Onley, formerly of Canton, Ohio,            Funeral services were conducted                                                         earlier this month while serving his
passed away Tuesday, June 7, 2011, at       Saturday, June 11, at Thornton Funer-        Quinby Musician Dies                          104-year prison term, according to a
Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital.          al Home in Parksley by Pastor Melody           Mr. John Wesley Black III, 54,              Corrections Department spokesper-
   Born in Canton, she was the daughter     Tanner. Interment was in Union Cem-         of Quinby, formerly of Deptford, N.J.,         son. He served 28 years of the term for
of Marion Joyce Beitzel Fread of Canton     etery in Greenbackville.                    passed away Monday, June 13, 2011,             charges that included aggravated sexu-
and the late Deputy Robert C. Fread.           Memorial donations may be made to        at Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital.          al battery and taking indecent liberties
Mrs. Stauffer had been an office manag-     Hospice and Palliative Care of the East-       Born in New Kensington, Pa., he was         with children. The incidents occurred
er for Suarez Corporation Industries in     ern Shore, 165 Market St., Suite 3, Onan-   a son of Donna Lee Baylis of Quinby and        while the children waited with Strand
North Canton. She was a Catholic and        cock, VA 23417. To express condolences,     John Wesley Black Jr. of St. Cloud, Fla.       on the bus for other children to get on
was active in the Multiple Sclerosis So-    visit           Mr. Black was an Episcopalian. He was          and be transported.
ciety, having had that long-term illness.                                               a musical entertainer, and had repaired           Strand was 73 when he died June
   In addition to her mother, survivors     Pungoteague Resident Dies                   and rebuilt musical instruments. Mr.           5, 2011, at MCV Medical Center in
include her husband of 18 years, James        Mr. Edwin Douglas Lampman                 Black enjoyed collecting old films, be-        Richmond. He was last imprisoned
Lee Stauffer; daughter, Brittany Lee        Sr., 87, of Pungoteague passed away         longed to several related organizations,       in Deerfield Correctional Center in
Stauffer of Onley (and children, David,     Thursday, June 9, 2011, at his home.        and conducted old film shows.                  Capron, the spokesperson said.
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                                                working for NASA “an exaggeration.”

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                                                   “We normally get a response from our
                                                representatives,” said Hart-Mears. “They        $2.29 Million Awarded
                                                                                                  in Hospital Lawsuit
                                                know we’re here. They know we exist.”
years there has been much talk of big              Hart said he talked to hundreds of
projects that never materialized, but           District 8 residents in recent weeks and
this time is different. Wolff spoke of the      “not one has spoken in favor” of using          Jeff Shield of Melfa recently was         performed immediately. Perkins contend-
telephone poles being moved and the             the firm. About 25 of those presented        awarded $2,290,247 by a Northampton          ed that had the MRI shown the possibility of
“largest water tower of its kind in the         him with a petition opposing the move.       County jury in response to his lawsuit       a stroke when Shield first went to the hospital
world” being erected on Wallops Island.         “ ‘Lobbyist’ is a very dirty word,” said     against Shore Memorial Hospital (now         and had he been given the medication hepa-
   “This is not a pipe dream. It is real,”      Hart. “We gave the lobbyist six months.      Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital),          rin, the stroke might have been prevented.
he said. “It can happen … we need some-         We paid him for that. They did their job.”   Emergency Department contractors                 A battery of expert witnesses gave
body to speak for us. I see good value.”           “Accomack County and Chincoteague         Southeastern Emergency Physicians,           mixed testimony regarding the use of
   Major called the tendency to be              are paying more money (for the lobby-        Inc., and Dr. Elizabeth J. Rogers.           heparin with regards to stroke therapy.
afraid of new things “small-minded.             ing firm) than the County of Fairfax,”          According to court records, Shield        Shield indicated that he had medical
Young people don’t want to come back            said Hart. “That bothers me a great          went to the Emergency Department on          expenses of $40,247, continues to suffer
to the Shore; there’s nothing here. No          deal since they are 30 times our size.”      Dec. 26, 2006, complaining of a headache,    from excessive pain, and was disabled
one in my district called to say anything          County Administrator Steve Miner          dizziness and weakness in his left leg. He   to the extent that he is no longer able to
negative … that’s a lot of money saved.”        said, “Lobbyists are a tool, a resource      was treated by Dr. Rogers, who ordered       work. Medical records showed that Shield
   Wesley Edwards, Major’s unde-                … they make an honest living vying           a CT Scan, indicated that it showed no       was able to continue playing golf and ten-
clared opponent in the November elec-           their trade. … Clearly, having a lob-        negative findings, scheduled an MRI for      nis to some degree following the stroke.
tion, also favors the lobbyist.                 byist increases the chance of getting        three days later, diagnosed that Shield      Shield maintains that his health and
   Gray said he would support a lobby-          a bill passed.” He said the proposal is      had a migraine headache, and discharged      quality of life have diminished greatly.
ist who would find money for education          with a subcommittee of the Commit-           him, the court records note.                     The jury deliberated for less than
in Accomack. “We need to pursue that            tee of Natural Resources. Miner plans           Two days later, according to the law-     an hour.
with the lobbyist or without,” he said.         to go to Washington next week to talk        suit, Shield suffered a stroke. His attor-       Court records show that Shield filed
   “I think this has gotten down to a per-      with staff and possibly meet the sub-        ney, William L. Perkins III of Virginia      a suit against Dr. Rogers two years
sonal thing,” Gordy said of the bickering. “I   committee chairperson.                       Beach, claimed that Dr. Rogers had           after suffering the stroke, but it was
have not had one constituent in favor.” She        “We need to know the commitment of        misdiagnosed Shield, who would not           withdrawn. The suit was later rein-
called Wolff’s description of generations       this board for Wallops Research Park,”       have had the stroke if an MRI had been       stated, asking for $4 million.

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                                         To Kersi and Nancy Press               •From Nora Smith, and Earl, Joan,
                                         and Michael Cirangle                   Phyllis, and William Bennett                        Marriage
                                         2 Chincoteague parcels                 To Lindsay Jackson and Hester
                                         For $300,000                           Jackson-Chase
                                                                                                                                Licenses Issued
                                                                                                                        •Christopher R. Deegan, 25, and Elise
                                         •From J&A Builders                     Property in Franktown
                                                                                                                        Marie Gatti, 24, both of Melvern, Pa.
                                         To Jacqueline Hazel                    For $800
                                                                                                                        •Matthew Arlington Freeze, 27, and
                                         Lot 237, Section 2, Captain’s Cove     •From Bar-Rab, LLC
                                                                                                                        Christiana Gabrial Huether, 22, both
                                         For $140,000                           To Jerry Lewis II
                                                                                                                        of Jamesville
                                         •From Mildred and Linda Seitz          Property in Northampton County
                                                                                                                        •Fredrick Roger Draper, 69, and Carol
                                         To Anthony and Tina Blundi             For $70,000
                                                                                                                        Cummings Bee, 69, both of Jamesville
                                         3 Chincoteague parcels                 •From Lisa Rowe
                                                                                                                        •Donald Wayne Hemphill Sr., 41,
                                         For $252,500                           To Marcos and Dorothy Almanza
                                                                                                                        and Shana Deborah Bowden, 34,
                                         •From Thomas Francis                   Chincoteague parcel
                                                                                                                        both of Exmore
                                         To Eugene and Gladys Andrews           For $120,000
     Property                            Property in Treherneville
                                         For $2,700
                                                                                •From Robert Justice and Teresa Mears
                                                                                To Warren Foxwell
                                                                                                                        •Robert Preston Haugh, 40, and Myrtle
                                                                                                                        Viola Curtin, 55, both of Windsor, Pa.

   Transactions                          •From Thomas Francis
                                         To Shawnte and William Hughes III
                                                                                Parcel near Oak Hall
                                                                                For $155,000
                                                                                                                        •Thomas Weldon Berry, 37, and
                                                                                                                        Christina Nicole Bailey, 29, both of
•From Shore Land Investments, LLC        Property in Capeville                  •From J&A Builders
                                                                                                                        •Chavez Alexander Holden, 20,
To Joseph and Kristin Schafer            For $236,000                           To Henry and Betty Voigt
                                                                                                                        of Nelsonia and Kenyia Tranquil
Lot 115, Corbin Hall                     •From Charles Samson                   Lot 2571, Section 5, Captain’s Cove
                                                                                                                        Woolford, 19, of Bloxom
For $440,000                             To Fred and Helen Pleasants            For $238,800
                                                                                                                        •Greg Fumio Yamasaki, 40, and Amy
•From Alaina Jurz & Douglas Clayton      Property in Townsend                   •From Donald, Nona & Sandra Stewart
                                                                                                                        Mitton, 30, both of North Ogden, Utah
To John Lauer                            For $9,100                             To Richard and Mary Venables
                                                                                                                        •Fidel Chavez Excalante, 32, and
2 tracts near Deep Creek                 •From Mildred Scarborough              Lot 155, Unit 3, Trails End
                                                                                                                        Angelina Perez Chavez, 22, both of
For $22,000                              To Charles Patterson and Mary Fisher   For $48,780
•From General Farms & Land Co.           Property in Nassawadox                 •From Lois Sidway
                                                                                                                        •Jamar La’Shawn Harris, 24, and
To Patricia Chandler                     For $6,000                             To Jill Sidway
                                                                                                                        Deanna Nicole Ridley, 26, both of
Lot 10, Kegotank Village                 •From Edward and Louise Tull           Property near Eastville
                                                                                                                        New Church
For $21,000                              To Joseph Whipp                        For $450,000
                                                                                                                        •Larry Ray Conser, 45, and Karen
•From Secretary of HUD                   Lot 11A, Mire Pond II, Chincoteague    •From Diane Davis
                                                                                                                        Lorraine Tarr, 37, both of Chincoteague
To Terrence and Rosalyn Kenney           For $9,000                             To Markisha Cephas
                                                                                                                        •Christopher Lance Houde and
Lots 83 and 84, Parksley                 •From George and Alison Birnbaum       Property in Hare Valley
                                                                                                                        Sarah Michelle Gould, both 32, of
For $77,200                              To William and Paulette Helin          For $12,000
                                                                                                                        Ballston Spa, N.Y.
•From Fannie Mae                         2 Onancock parcels                     •From The Damico Family Trust
                                                                                                                        •Mark Mears Mason, 48, and Cara
To Preston and Kay Trower                For $390,000                           To Thomas O’connor III
                                                                                                                        Anne Rolander, 31, both of Bloxom
30355 Boston Rd., Painter                •From Regent Homes by Beracah LLC      Property near Capeville
                                                                                                                        •Santo William Cafferky, 24, of
For $49,750                              To Diane Cichowicz                     For $205,000
                                                                                                                        Atlantic and Leanna Renee Bailey,
•From Zhi Zhang                          Lot 2120, Section 4, Captain’s Cove    •From Chincoteague Bay Trails End
                                                                                                                        21, of Chincoteague
To Patrick and Sandra Rogers             For $25,000                            Association, Inc.
                                                                                                                        •William Logan Smarr 3rd, 65, of
Parcel near Melfa                        •From Norman and Constance Nasson      To Kennith Becraft and Karen Burrill
                                                                                                                        Milford, Del., and Carol Sue Legg,
For $199,000                             To Randall and Alice Nelson            Lot 164, Unit 2, Trails End
                                                                                                                        54, of Rehobeth, Del.
•From Deutsche Bank National Trust Co.   1.38 acres near Shields                For $8,500
                                                                                                                        •David Cornelis Frank, 47, of Borden-
To Sharon Kessinger                      For $350,000                           •From Judy Schulz
                                                                                                                        town, N.J., and Laurie Michelle
Lot 144, Section 9, Captain’s Cove       •From Equity Trust Co., Custodian      To Linda Haberman and Russell Lynn
                                                                                                                        Middleton, 41, of Locustville
For $101,515                             To James, Sherry and Joan Miller       Lot 7 in Old Town Neck near Eastville
                                                                                                                        •Loren Bradley Sherman, 54, and
•From Patricia Hopkins, Bonnie           Lot 1606, Section 3, Captain’s Cove    For $577,500.
                                                                                                                        Jennifer Savastano Anderson, 39,
Kozak and Brenda Parker                  For $14,500                            •From Winston Custis Sr.
                                                                                                                        both of Onancock
To Gene Dimedio                          •From Pony Pines, LLC                  To Gregory Parks
                                                                                                                        •David Richard Padgett, 19,
Keller parcel                            To John and Barbara Shields            Property in Jamesville
                                                                                                                        of Parksley and Amanda Lee
For $85,000                              4 Chincoteague tracts                  For $33,000
                                                                                                                        Humphrey, 19, of Oak Hall
•From Robert Sherwood                    For $375,000                           •From Clara Nottingham
                                                                                                                        • Jason Earl Byelich, 27, and
To Clarence and Blanche Veney            •From PM Harrison, LLC                 To Helen and Lionel Kellam
                                                                                                                        Rosemarie Hrusth, 24, both of Onley
Parcel east of Parksley                  To Michael Tarantola                   Property in Nassawadox
                                                                                                                        • Jason Michael Kirby, 32, and
For $109,000                             Lot 5, Unit 3, Trails End              For $185,000
                                                                                                                        Amber Kuuipo Feliciano, 22, both of
•From HSBC Bank USA National Assn.       For $28,834                            •From FFS, LLC
                                                                                                                        Belle Haven
To Paresh and Archita Bush               •From PNC Bank Nation Association      To Patrick Hand,
                                                                                                                        • John Thomas Eshleman, 62, and
Lot 2447, Section 5, Captain’s Cove      To Jennifer McShane                    Lot 31 at Kings Creek Landing near
                                                                                                                        Joann Marie Martin, 58, both of
For $133,900                             Tangier parcel                         Cape Charles
                                                                                                                        Lampeter, Penn.
•From Neil Shoemaker                     For $5,000                             For $50,000
                                                                                                           June 17, 2011 • eastern shore Post • 15

 FRIDAY         H10:30 a.m. - Duplicate    SATURDAY          HMortgage Burning & Re-dedication

                                                                                                              POST TIMES
 JUNE 17        Bridge - Sage Restau-       JUNE 18          Ceremony (By Invitation Only) - American
                rant, Onley - 442-2474                       Legion Post 400, Eastville
H6 p.m. - Celebrate Recovery Group         H8 a.m. - Walk-Run-Ride Wounded Warrior Project - Chin-

                                                                                                              JUNE 17 - 23
mtg. - Family Life Center, Onancock -      coteague Chamber of Commerce
Simple Meal: $6/person or $10/family       H8 a.m.-noon - Farmer’s Market - Downtown Park, Main St.,
H7 p.m. - Revival at Building Broth-       Chincoteague
ers Up Outreach Ministry - June 17         H8:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. - P.C.C. Self Help Center Grand Opening -
at 7 p.m., June 18 at 6 p.m., June 19 at   30552 Lankford Hwy., Keller - 442-9596
3 p.m. - 23267 Lankford Hwy., Accomac      H9 a.m. - Zumba Class - sponsored by Chincoteague YMCA -          SUNDAY         H11 a.m. - Men’s Day
- 787-1349                                 Senior Center, Chincoteague - $5                                                 - First Baptist Church,
                                                                                                             JUNE 19
H7 p.m. - Life Teach Series - Rachel/      H9:30 a.m. - AA mtg. - Captain’s Cove Marina, Greenbackville                     Mappsville
Leah Covenant Ministries Center -          H10 a.m.- 2 p.m. - 2011 Women’s Expo - Former Northampton        H2 p.m. - Bingo - VFW Post 2296, Tasley
787-2486                                   Middle School, Machipongo                                        H7 p.m. - AA mtg.
H7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Adventist Commu-       H10 a.m.- 2 p.m. - Juneteenth Festival - ESCC, Melfa             - Christ Episcopal
nity Center, Exmore                        Hnoon - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - Holy Trinity Church, Onancock       Church,
H7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ Episcopal       H5 p.m. - “No More Drama” Play - Nandua High School, Onley       Eastville
Church, Eastville                          - tickets $12/advance or $15/door - 709-2275
H7:30 p.m. - Bingo (doors open at          H7 p.m. - Mark Templeton & Pocket Change to Perform -
6:30 p.m.) - Exmore Moose Lodge, Belle     Chincoteague Center - 336-0614
Haven                                      H7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Eastville Vol. Fire Co.

                                                                                         H10 a.m. - Bingo - Accomack Sr. Village, Onancock - 787-3900
                                                                          TUESDAY        Hnoon - Church Women United mtg. - Naomi Makemie Pres-
                                                                           JUNE 21       byterian Church, Onancock - bring a sandwich
                                                                                         H1-2:30 p.m. - Hospice Grief Support Program - 509 Ran-
                                                                         dolph Ave., Cape Charles - 787-3310
                                                                         H4:15 p.m. - TOPS weigh-in (prgm. @ 5) - Belle Haven Presbyterian- 442-3984
               H9 a.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - UMC Fellowship House,            H6 p.m. - Rachel Leah Ministries - 787-2486
MONDAY         Chincoteague                                              H6 p.m. - Bingo - Pocomoke Elks, next to YMCA
JUNE 20        H9 a.m. - TOPS mtg. - Market Street UMC, Onancock         H6:30 p.m. - Northampton NAACP mtg. - Antioch Baptist Church, Trehernville
               - 787-3635                                                - 442-2139 or 442-2740
H9:30-11:30 a.m. - GED class - Head Start, Accomac - 787-1760            H6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC, Melfa
H10:30-11:30 a.m. - Moms In Touch Int’l Prayer Group mtg. -              H7 p.m. - Northampton County Democratic Committee mtg. - American
Cape Charles Baptist Church                                              Legion Post 400, Eastville
H5-6 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Market St. UMC, Onancock                      H7 p.m. - Millie E. Baker Area WMS mtg. - Bethel AME Church, Eastville
H6 p.m. - Bingo - Elks Lodge, Tasley                                     H7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Jerusalem Baptist, Temperanceville
H6:30 p.m. - Cub Scout Pack 300 mtg. - Grace UMC, Parksley               H7:30 p.m. - Bingo - smoke free - Cheriton VFC
H7 p.m. - Ron Wolff’s Constituents’ mtg. - NASA Visitor Center -         H7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Atlantic UMC - 824-5386
briefing on upcoming Minotaur launch and Taurus II launch.               H7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Atlantic Methodist Church
H7 p.m. - Society for the Preservation of the Onley Train
Station mtg. - Sage Restaurant, Onley                                                          H9 a.m.- 1 p.m. - Veterans’ Employment Representative
H7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Rock Church, Onley                                     THURSDAY            Available - Chincoteague Town Office
                                                                            JUNE 23            H11 a.m. - Children’s Story Hour - Public Library,
                    H7:45 a.m. - Kiwanis Club of Accomack mtg. -
WEDNESDAY           Sage Restaurant, Onley
                                                                          H2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - Northampton Public Library, Nassawadox
 JUNE 22                                                                  H2:30-4 p.m. - Transitional Support Group for Widow/ers - Hospice Office,
                    H8:30 a.m.- noon - Social Media Workshop              165 Market St., Onancock - 787-3310
                    (Sponsored by ESVA Chamber of Commerce) -             H5 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Baptist Bible Church, Accomac
Workforce Development Center, ESCC, Melfa - 787-2460                      H5:30-7 p.m. - Caregiver Connection - Hospice Office, 165 Market St., Suite #3,
H9 a.m. - Women’s AA mtg. - Atlantic Methodist Church - 854-1810          Onancock - 787-3310
H9:30-11:30 a.m. - GED Class - Head Start Ctr., Accomac - 787-1760        H6 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Cape Charles Rescue Squad bldg., Cheriton
H10:30 a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Sage Restaurant, Exmore - 442-2474       H6:30 p.m. - Kiwanis of Chincoteague mtg. - St. Andrew’s Catholic
H2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - Public Library, Accomac                 H6:30 - 8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC
H2 p.m. - E.S. Brain Injury Survivors Exercise & Support Group            H7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Painter Garrisons UMC
mtg. - Belle Haven- 442-9334                                              H7:30 p.m. - Organizational mtg. for Barbara Custis Memorial Gospel
H3:15 p.m. - Arts & Crafts Time - Cape Charles Library                    Fest - Randy Custis Memorial Park, Nassawadox
H7 p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSMH, Nassawadox                           H7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Onancock
H7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Painter Vol. Fire Co., Painter
16 • EastErn shorE Post • JunE 17, 2011

 Last Week’s Answers
                                                                                                                                  June 17, 2011 • eastern shore Post • 17

                     Classified Ads, Real-Estate Ads, Auctions & Legal Notices
                 Eastern Shore Trading POST
Announcements                     FRee PeTs:
                               FouR FRee gRey-
                                                                                                The County of Northampton Commissioner of Revenue is        19’ cruise craft - Call
                                                                                                accepting full time employment applications for:
                               sTRiPed kiTTens                with benefits Physical ther-                                                                  stainless           steel
  northampton                  To A good hoMe.                apist or Physical thera-          licensed residential real Property appraiser                boat ProP - 3 blade.
  high school                       789-3003.                 pist assistant. Forward re-                                                                   13 1/4”x16”. $145. Call
                                                              sume with cover letter to Scott                                                               757-336-3558.
 alumni, classes                                              at
                                                                                                Job descriptions and applications are available online at
  ’81- ’90 mega-               Help Wanted                                             or at Northampton County
                                                                                                Human Resources, P.O. Box 66, Eastville, Virginia 23347
                                                                                                                                                            29’ Phoenix, flybridge,
                                                                                                                                                            enclosed, twin Cummins
ClAss Reunion                                                                                   (phone: 757/678-0040 x30).                                  diesel engines, 250 hrs.,
    Discounted                                                                                                                                              outriggers, off-shore ready.
    Registration                                                                                Deadline: 5:00 p.m., June 24, 2011.                         $30,000. Call 757-999-3437.
                                                                                                Northampton County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
                                 Hospice and Palliative Care of the Eastern Shore                                                                             Commercial
   June 25, 2011,                                                                                          eastern shore
   11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
                                        is seeking qualified applicants for:
                                                                                                         community college                                     Buildings
 at Hampton Inn,             FULL-TIME SOCIAL WORKER
                                                                                                                                                            Rent or Purchase
  Exmore: $69 per                                                                                            Part-time Positions available
                             Responsibilities:                                                                                                              exmore/ hare Val-
person (with this            •	      Assess	psycho-social	needs	of	patients		and	families                       abe/ged/esl Program                         ley - Well-built 3008 sq.
  ad!). No checks.           •	      Develop	and		implement	treatment	plans                                       lead teacher (1)                          ft. light, airy bldg. Newly
   northamton                •	      Provide	care	for	terminally	ill	patients	and		                                 instructor (5)                          renovated w/ 2 HC tile
                                     their families in a variety of settings, including or call                  their home, long-term care facility or hospital                        For more information, see Web site:
                                                                                                                                                            baths, on 2 lots. $5/ sq. ft.
                                                                                                                                                            exmore - 16,580 sq.
  (757)695-8280.             •	      Offer	emotional	support,	counseling,	and	                                                  ft. solidly built brick
                                     community resource referrals                                                                                           bldg. Newly renovated,
                             •	      Timely	completion	of	electronic	medical	records                          An Equal Opportunity Institution
   “in loving                •	      Location	of	job	-	Northern	Accomack	County                 registered medica-
                                                                                                                                                            400 amp. services. New
                                                                                                                                                            HVAC & electric, on 3
 Memory of lucy
  Mae Walker”                Requirements:
                                                                                                tion aide - All shifts for
                                                                                                Quail Run Assisted Living.          Boats, Etc.             lots w/parking. $5/ sq. ft.
                                                                                                                                                            Pocomoke, md. - 5,500
                             •	     MSW	required                                                contact information: Ap- 1999 johnson out-                  sq. ft. bldg. Newly renovat-
                             •	     Minimum	of	5	years	experience	in	home	health,		             ply in person at Quail Run board - 115 h.p. $1800.          ed, secure-- one of two best
We would like to                    hospice or related field.                                   (757)665-1991.                 Can be demoed. Good con-     built bldgs. in town. Per-
                             •	     An	understanding	of	physical	and	psychosocial		
thank everyone                      concerns of terminally ill patients
                                                                                                P.t.    office        assis- dition. 757-442-1345.
                                                                                                tant for very busy office. ’98 wellcraft 21sl
                                                                                                                                                            fect for offices or one user,
                                                                                                                                                            w/ parking. $6.50/ sq. ft.
for their phone              •	     Familiarity	with	resources	such	as	Medicare,		              Computer proficient, able Excel. 4.3 190hp Volvo 1/0        call 757-678-7630
                                    Medicaid, and other agencies                                to answer phones, pro- engine. Low hours, good
calls, cards, food           •	     Extensive	travel	within	community	required
and drinks. We               •	     Reliable	transportation	required
                                                                                                vide customer service, and condition. VHF, DS, Stereo,
                                                                                                process payments. Quick- trailer. $7,950 - 302-1108          Misc. - For Sale
                             •	     Computer	literacy                                           books a plus. Confidential- ask for John. Boat can be
are thankful to                                                                                 ity a must. Send resume to seen at East Point.
                                                                                                                                                            2 geldings for sale-
                                                                                                                                                            8 & 10 years old. Other
all the hearts she           Compensation:
                             •	    Excellent	pay
                                                                                                I.L.A., P.O. Box 910, East- 19’ deck boat - w/ Mer-         horses available. $300 for
                                                                                                ville, VA23347.                                             one or $500 for both. Call
touched.                     •	    Mileage	reimbursement                                                                       cury 90 h.p. motor, Shore-
                                                                                                e m P l o y m e n t line trailer, new VHF, AM-              757-694-5332.
                             •	    5-day	work	week                                              sPecialist                   - FM, control cables. $3500.
                             •	    Health,	dental,	life,	and	disability	insurance                                                                           16- ft. traVel trail-
                                                                                                Contractor Didlake, a 757-787-8334.                         er - Great for hunting &
         Thank you,          •	    26	paid	days	off	per	year                                    leader in supported em- ’94 excel - boat, motor (90         fishing. $450. 757-787-7335.
                             •	    Wellness	program
         The Family          •	    401k	savings	plan	with	employer	match
                                                                                                ployment services, is h.p. Johnson), and trailer.
                                                                                                seeking a part-time con- WATER READY!! $1950.
                                                                                                                                                            24’ dual axle car
                                                                                                                                                            hauler - Never tagged.
                                                                                                tractor to provide job                                      Ramp & side door, D-rings,
                                    To join the team that makes a difference,                   development and place- OBO. Call 710-9224.                  etc. Cost $7,948; asking
                                             forward your resume to:                            ment supports to adults ’77 20’ Penn yan Boat.              $5,500 O.B.O. 757-442-7504
                                Hospice and Palliative Care of the Eastern Shore,               with disabilities on the Hard top. Tunnel drive. No         contractors’ sPe-
                                165 Market Street, Suite #3, Onancock VA 23417,                 Eastern      Shore. Flex- trailer. Needs motor repair.      cial - New pre-hung solid
                                    757-787-3320 FAX, or                     ible hours, based from Transmission OK. $1,295              two-panel int. doors 3 @ 3/0
                                                      EOE                                       home, local travel. MA or trade. 787-4136                   x 6/8 & 1 @ 2/6 x 6/8 - All
                                                                                                preferred, or BA plus ’91 searay sundancer                  R/H. List price $255 - $500
                             The Sheriff ’s Office of Northampton is accepting employ-          two years experience. - 28’, 10’6” Beam, Twin Mer-
  Andrew Trey Justis         ment applications for:                                                                                                         takes all 4. 302-1325
     Aug. 17, 1990 -                                                                            Experience, automobile, cruiser I/O 5.0LX Engines;          jazzy scooter - Go-
      June 18, 1998                                                                             D/L and insurance re- A/C w/reverse cycle heat,             Go model with adjustable
                             certified law enforcement officer                                  quired. Send letter of nice galley, head w/ shower,
It’s been so long but                                                                                                                                       seat height and till. 2 bat-
                                                                                                interest and resume to sleeps 6, 2 custom canvass-          tery chargers included.
still feels like yesterday   Job will require shift work, nights, weekends and some holidays.     es, much more. 787-3454      Like new. 407-460-4746.
when you left us. We                                                                            saint charles cath- antique                   mercury       Pride Legend 4-wheel
have not forgotten you a     Qualifications: over the age of 21 and have obtained high          olic - Cape Charles is 9.8 hP - ’64 outboard mo-
                             school diploma or GED.                                                                                                         electric scooter -
single day!                                                                                     looking for an organist for tor, serial #1613361 in good    Fully equipped. Excellent
We love & miss you so        Applications may be obtained from the Northampton                  the 5:00 p.m. Saturday eve- running order. Recent wa-
                             County Sheriff ’s Office located at 5211 The Hornes, East-                                                                     cond. W/ ramps. 442-2450
very much & will see                                                                            ning mass. Service is ap- ter pump & ready to go.           or 710-7582.
                             ville, Va. 23347 or the county’s website:                          proximately one hour long. $395. 789-5141.
you again one Beautiful                                                                                                       new Vogue Prima:
Day!!                                                                                           Religious affiliation is not a Va. Peeler Pot li-           Above-ground pool. 24’
                                                                                                problem. Call for additional cense “Reduced Price”.         round with auto cleaner.
                Always,      Deadline for applications: June 17, 2011.                          information 757.331.3951.      Leave message at 824-3442    Must be moved. $2,950
    Your Loving Family       Northampton County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
                                                                                                                                                            OBO. 757-709-0409
18 • EastErn shorE Post • JunE 17, 2011
yamaha digital pia-              Let your tradE be your                                            WatErfront homE 3                 kEllam’S trEE Work -               ‘93 JEEp         WranglEr
no - with tone generator.        down payment. We’ll pay              Accomack Manor               br - Quinby area. Renovat-        Complete tree and stump            - Soft top, half-doors, 4.0
$550, 757-789-5162.              top $ on your trade. Call          Specializes in keeping         ed waterfront near Quinby.        removal. Over 30 yrs. expe-        L, H.O., 5 speed, $3,500.
2 SEtS Clam tongS                for free appraisal. 302-846-        Seniors 55 or older           3BR, 1.5 bath, garage. Pets       rience. We are insured. Free       (757)789-3904.
-Alfred Dise-757-891-2223        9100 for details.                                                 ok. $1100. 757-442-7275.          estimates anywhere on the          ‘84 montE Carlo -
China       CloSEt w/3           tirEd       of     paying             Young @ Heart.              naSSaWadoX - 2br,                 Shore. Phone 757-787-4380          Classic. 45,000 actual miles,
doors. $200 - 1900s blanket      rEnt!!!      Let     Clayton          No car? No problem!         $675 a month. M & M               or Cell 757-999-4380.              AM/FM cassette, power
chest - Floral carved top        Homes of Delmar show you                                          Property      Management.         SEptiC pUmping -                   brakes & steering. $8,800.
made from old pump organ.        the way to home ownership.            Our community offers        787-7052.                         Shore Septic. Starting at          442-5009.
$500 - Antique chairs & ta-      302-846-9100.                      scheduled activities right     onlEy - New in 2008.              $175. Call 757-710-1040.           ‘05 670 volvo trUCk-
bles. Also glassware & milk                                           in your own backyard.        2BR, 1100 sq. ft. No HUD,         CUStom SEWing & al-                475 h.p., Cummings engine,
glass. 787-3635                      Real Estate                           665-5848                pets, or smoking. $725/mo.        terations, clothes, miscel-        10 spd., 10- 22.5 alum. wheels
                                                                                                   Avail. Aug. 1st. 787-1429.        laneous items - Judie Gibbs        & tires, A/C, air-ride w/220
  Mobile Homes                   QUail Walk - Craddock-
                                 ville, VA. Scarborough Lot
                                                                                                   ChinCotEagUE - 4BR,               - 442-6836.                        wheel base. 757-693-5099.
                                                                                                   1BA. W/D, stove, C/A. 757-        SimpSon trEE & bob-                ’77 matador Station
birdSnESt - 2BR mobile           20, 1.63 acres. Electric &
                                 septic. $40,000 OBO. Own-
                                                                        EXMORE                     990-2172 (leave message).         Cat SErviCE - Tree                 Wagon with antique tags.
home for rent. W/D hook-                                                                           horntoWn - Two 2BR,                                                  442-9333.
up, quiet & peaceful. Sec. 8     er financing available. Call        VILLAGE I & II                1BA, Sec. 8 approved. $540-
                                                                                                                                     trimming, removal and
                                                                                                                                     stump grinding. 787-2100           ’97 flEEtWood Class
welcome to apply. Call and       757-694-5332.
leave message- 789-7654.             WE bUy hoUSES!                  APARTMENTS                    600 mo. 757-710-8894.             or 710-8477. FREE ESTI-            C - Loaded, excellent cond.
                                                                                                                                                                        $13,500 JUSt rEdUCEd:
onanCoCk - 45 ft.,                    any Condition                  Spring into our affordable           Services                                                      $11,500!! Call 665-5122.
2BR, 1BA trailer for sale.
only $1000. Call Lula at
                                 m&m propErty mgmt.
                                  QUiCk SEttlEmEnt
                                                                      1 bedroom units for low
                                                                      income persons 62 and        handyman for hirE -                       Storage                    2005 SUnlinE SolariS
                                                                                                                                                                        - Series M-2553 travel trail-
(757) 709-8757.                          757-787-7052                  older or persons with       Quality work, reasonable                  nandUa                     er. A/C, heat, appliances,
3br, 2ba - home. $250.00         1.5-aCrE lotS for sale.                     disabilities.         rates. Painting, carpentry,          mini     StoragE                excel. cond. Can be seen in
dEpoSit. Call for details        Melfa. $0 down. Owner fi-                                         plumbing & electric. Over         Rt. 650, Taylor Rd., Tasley.       Belle Haven. 787-3000.
302-846-9100.                    nancing. No credit check.                    Qualified            20 years’ experience. In-
                                                                              applicants                                              757-787-3059. $10 off 1st         ‘07 bUiCk rEndEz-
QUinby - Next to Floun-          Includes well & septic. Call                                      sured. 757-710-4889.                     month’s rent                voUS -         $12,900 fully
der Capital of the World!        302-674-5540.                       will be placed on the wait-
                                                                                                                                             bloXom                     loaded, garage-kept, power
Corner lot. Very private on                                                     ing list.                     MARSHALL                  SElf- StoragE
water. 3BR, 2BA, open plan,      Rent or Purchase                         Call 757-442-9471                TREE SERVICE                  First month is free
                                                                                                                                                                        everything. Call 999-6771.
                                                                                                                                                                        ’05 toyota rav-4 AUT,
lge. deck. $153,900. 442-5009.                                                                              Capable, Affordable,     lowest prices         Gated
paintEr - ‘07 Clayton            pUngotEagUE - 4-5 BR,                                                                                                                  A.C., P.W., P.L. 73K miles.
                                                                                                               Dependable               Entry 757-665-5294              Was $14,495, now $11,889.
doublewide on 1 acre. 3BR,       4200 sq. ft. home on 100 ac.                                            ISA Certified Arborist                                         Call John 1-410-957-1414.
2BA. 1350 sq. ft. $117,000.      with 3343 feet of waterfront
                                 with dock and swimming pool.
                                                                       NEWTOWNE                              (#MA-3138A)                 Thrift Shops                   ’06 dodgE ram QUad-
Owner financing. Larry at                                                                                 Licensed & insured
302-674-5540.                    New kitchen cabinets, appli-          POCOMOKE                               Free estimates.             pUngotEagUE
                                                                                                                                                                        Cab 1500 35K miles. 4.7
rEnt to oWn - Mobile             ances, granite counter tops,                                                                                                           Auto. Was $16,995, now
                                                                                                                442-7540             CommUnity ChUrCh                   $14,995. Call John 1-410-
homes starting at $450/          new roof, patios, decks, heated    Warm, friendly community                                          SElf hElp CEntEr
                                                                                                    Now accepting                                                       957-1414.
mo. (includes lot rent). New     dog kennel, outside dog run.        for mature adults 60+                                            a.k.a. the love Shack
Church Mobile Home Park -        $6800.00/ month unfurnished.                                                                        will hold it’s Grand Open-         ’55 t-bird - Restored, red.
                                 pUngotEagUE - Ca-                                                 tiny totS homE day-                                                  For price, call Joe Justice at
VA 757-824-0315                                                        Central Heat & Air          CarE - Mappsville, Va.            ing on Sat., June 18 from
mobilE homE partS                bana house for 2 persons           Gathering room & Laundry                                          8:30am-1pm. Located at            336-5107 or 894-2031.
                                 w/pool overlooking coun-                                          First Aid/CPR Certified. 10                                          ’08 p.t. CrUiSEr 51K
for sale. We also move mo-                                           inside under one roof.        yrs. exp. in daycare. Call          30552 Lankford Hwy.,
bile homes. Dreamland            try club. $1200.00/ month.                                                                                Keller - 442-9596            miles. Nice. Was $12,995,
                                 both can be rented or                                             757-824-4138.                                                        now $9689. Call John
Homes, Rt. 13, Accomac,                                              VERY affordable rents to
VA. 787-2823                     purchased,         furnished
                                 or unfurnished. Call                 Rent based on income                                                   Tractors                   1-410-957-1414.
                                                                                                                                                                        ’04 ChrySlEr toWn &
 fha 100% finanCing                                                                                         Garage Doors
                                 (757)678-7630.                                                                                      1960 farmall CUb                   CoUntry 144,100 miles.
programS availablE                                                                                        Automatic Openers
                                                                           Please call:                                              traCtor - Good condi-              1 dent in tailgate/fact. in-
    atlantiS homES
        410-957-2820              Rentals - Apts.                        (410) 957-1562                    Installation, Sales       tion. $2200 OBO. 824-0309          stalled child safety seat.
                                                                                                               & Service             or 894-3952.                       Power locks/windows. Heat/
1St timE homE bUy-               1 br apt. -- 2nd floor, Liv.                                                                                                           AC. Very dependable car,
                                                                   naSSaWadoX - Deluxe
ErS programS avail-
ablE - Call for details
                                 Rm., Din. Rm., Kit., A/C
                                 with all appliances. $500/
                                                                   2BR, central AC/heat, w/d,                                          Vehicles - Cars,                 runs great. Dk. Blue/gray
                                                                   all appliances. 1-year lease,                                                                        int. $4500.757-665-5138.
rEnt - lots and mobile
                                 mo. + security. 665-6118.
                                 onanCoCk -- No pets.
                                                                   1-mo. security deposit. No                                         RVs, Trucks, Vans                 ’04 f-350 SUpErCrEW -
                                                                   pets. Smoke free.Avail. now.                                                                         diesel, 4x4, long bed, lift kit,
homes at Modestown Pio-          No smoking. References re-        $650/mo. 757-787-7640                                             ‘07 montEgo bay 5th                off-road tires, tinted win-
neer Court. Newly renovat-       quired. 443-735-3025.                                                                               Wheel Camper - Exc. Cond., 4       dows, billet grille. $17,500.
ed, 2BR, 1BA, W/D hookup,
$500/mo. Clean, quiet area.
                                 CapE CharlES -- 2BR,                     Rentals -                   Affordable Rates               slide-outs, surround sys., king-
                                                                                                                                     size bed,built-in VAC, 2 TVs,
                                                                                                                                                                        Call 757-710-4144
                                 1BA DUPLEX. $600/mo.
                                                                                                       Call 894-3151                                                    ’76 ChEvy impala 2-dr.
Call Carl at 410-262-3070.
       SECond and
                                 plus gas & electric. $200
                                 sec. dep. Sec. 8 welcome.
                                                                           Houses                                                    $24,000.Call 410-924-2094.
                                                                                                                                     ’84        yElloWStonE
                                                                                                                                                                        sedan. $1,800 firm. 442-
 vaCation homES aS                                                                                 parkS paving Paving,                                                 2263 after 5.
                                 Avail. now. Contact George        onanCoCk - 3BR, 2BA,                                              Travel-Trailer - excel. cond.
  littlE aS 10% doWn             Riley 302-703-2073.               downtown area. Beautiful-       seal coating, hot tar crack       Awning, AC, tub/ shower,           ’81 CadillaC El do-
programS availablE                                                 ly renovated. Ref. & credit     filling, patch work, & all        complete kit., sleeps 4, can       rado Diesel. Very good
                                        hartley hall                                               repair work, turn-arounds,                                           cond. Low mileage. $4,850.
       1-800-946-2820                  Senior housing              check req. $800 plus utili-                                       be seen on Chincoteague.
$32,000.00 - 3 bed/2 bath                                          ties. Call 787-8805.            curbs, etc. 757-710-9600.         noW $2,500. 410-212-0584           Call Rodney 665-4639
                                 in Pocomoke City, Md., is                                                                                                              ’89 JEEp ComanChE
home on your lot or in a

                                                                    N EED                     D RIVEWAY ?
                                 accepting applications for                                                                                                             pick-up. Rare find. 4x4. Ex-
park. Call 310-846-9100.         1 bedroom and efficiency
lotS for rEnt on                                                                                                                                                        cellent condition. $4,500.
                                 apartments in an elderly                                                                                                               757-894-9738.
Chincoteague Island at           housing subsidized apart-
Magnolia Manor Mobile
Home Park. Will accom-
                                 ment complex. Possible im-         D RY S HELLS, S TONE , T OP S OIL ,                                                                 ’01 ChEvy pick-up w/ser-
                                                                                                                                                                        vice body. 3⁄4-ton. AC. Good
                                 mediate occupancy for suc-                                                                                                             running condition. $3,500.
modate 14’x70’ unit. $175/
month plus water and trash
                                 cessful applicant. Contact         F ILL D IRT, E XCAVATION, &                                                                         757-710-2646.
                                 410-957-2252 for applica-
pick-up. Avail. 5/15. Call                                                                                                                                              ’08 pontiaC g6 gt Real
Ray at 757-894-3083.
                                 tion or visit office at 1006
                                 Market Street in Pocomoke
                                                                    B ACK H OE W ORK                                                                                    Sharp Car. Chromes. Was
zEro doWn - Let your                                                                                                                                                    $13,995, now $11,995. Call
land be your down pay-
                                        Equal Housing
                                                                     J UST C ALL S ITE W ORK                                                                            John 1-410-957-1414.
ment. Call 302-846-9100 for              Opportunity
details.                                                            S PECIALIST JOHN C. MILLER                            AT       757-665-4026
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     Vehicles -                   Vehicles - Parts                    Yard and
    Motorcycles                COMPLETE REAR AXLE                    Estate Sales
                                                                                               Go online
                               ASSEMbLY - low mileage,
                               from ’94 F150 pick-up. $500.    YARd SALE -- Two fam-               to

LEY, 2,000 miles, blue,        Call 757-824-0309 or 757-       ily yard sale at 16414 Keg-
$7,500 negotiable, Excellent   894-3952                        otank Road, Modest Town,          www.eastern
cond. 757-710-9107
                                                               VA. Saturday, June 18 at 8
                                                               a.m. - until. Lots of miscel-
- 30,000 miles. Great run-
ning cond. $6,500. OBO.
                                                               laneous items for sale.
                                                                                                 to submit
Call 710-9224.
2007 HARLEY dAVid-
                                  PAYING CASH                                                       your
                                   FOR JUNK
SOn- Super Glide Custom.
2100 miles. Garage kept.             CARS
$16,000. 710-8676 (After 4                                                                                                             Eastern Shore Mini Storage - Auction
p.m. only, please)
                                                                                                 ad to run                                     Saturday, June 18, 2011
                                                                                                                                       21012 Fairgrounds Rd., Onancock, VA
APEHAngERS, Triple Ex-
haust, 6,773 miles. Asking                                          CHECK OUT OUR                  in the                                        location at 10 A.M.
                                                                                                                                          #O0264 in the name of Carol Floyd

$9,500. Call 757-709-9112          QUICK REMOVAL                                                                                       #O044 in the name of Sandra Brickhouse

or 757-709-4963.                                                      WEBSITE:                                                                      Cash & Carry
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         Legal Advertising
                                                              VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT                                                                It is ORDERED that this Order
                                                              COURT FOR                                            All that certain parcel         be published once a week for two suc-
                                                              THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK                     of land situate near Grotons,             cessive weeks in the Eastern Shore
AT&T Mobility, LLC is proposing to construct a new tele-                                                   Atlantic District, Accomack County,     Post and that the parties named
communications tower facility located at 300 Bayshore         THE COUNTY OF                                Virginia, designated as parcel No.      herein appear on or before July 18,
Road, Cape Charles, VA. The new facility will consist of      ACCOMACK COUNTY, VIRGINIA                    02400A000011800.                        2011, at 10:00 a.m. in the Clerk’s
installing a 195-foot monopole tower (overall height of 199                                                                                        Office of the Circuit Court for the
feet with appurtenances) with antenna array mounted at                                   Plaintiff       standing in the name of Ralph T. Wil-     County of Accomack, Virginia, and
top. Any interested party wishing to submit comments                                       CIVIL         liams pursuant to Section 58.1-3965       do what may be necessary to protect
regarding the potential effects the proposed facility may                         CASE NO. 11-187        et. seq. of the Code of Virginia.         their interests in this suit.
have on any historic property may do so by sending com-       vs.                                                   And an affidavit having been
ments to: Project 61111841-MAT c/o EBI Consulting,                                                       filed that due diligence has been used    ENTER: This 7th day of June, 2011
6876 Susquehanna Trail S., York, PA 17403, or via tele-       RALPH T. WILLIAMS, if living               to determine whether Ralph T. Wil-            Nancy-Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
phone at 717-428-0401.                                        DAVID WILLIAMS                             liams is living, or if deceased, to de-
                                                                                                         termine the names and location of all     I ask for this:
                                                                                                         of his heirs, devisees and successors     JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
                                                                                         Defendants      in title; and that there are or may be    Attorney at Law
                                                                                                         other persons having an interest in       P.O. Box 1410
                                                                    ORDER OF PUBLICATION                 the real estate forming the subject       7100 U.S. Route 17
                                                                                                         matter of this suit, whose names          Yorktown, VA 23692
                                                                 The object of this suit is to enforce   and last known post office addresses      (757)898-7000
                   PUbLiC nOTiCE                              the lien of the Plaintiff for delinquent   are unknown, namely, the unknown
                TOwn OF EASTViLLE                             taxes against certain real estate          heirs, devisees and successors in title
 The Town of Eastville has scheduled its FY2012 council       described as follows:                      of Ralph T. Williams.
 meetings. The meetings will be held at the Town Hall
 located at 5248 Willow Oak Road at 7:00PM on the fol-
 lowing dates:
                  Tuesday-July 5, 2011
                                                                                      PUbLiSHER’S nOTiCE - FAiR HOUSing
                 Monday-August 1, 2011
                                                                      We are pledged to the letter and spirit of Virginia’s policy for achieving equal housing opportunity
               Tuesday-September 6, 2011                      throughout the Commonwealth. We encourage and support advertising and marketing programs in which
                 Monday-October 3, 2011                       there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness,
                Monday-November 7, 2011                       familial status or handicap. All real estate advertised herein is subject to Virginia’s fair housing law which
                Monday-December 5, 2011                       makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination because of race, color, religion,
                Tuesday-January 3, 2012                       national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status or handicap, or intention to make any such preference,
                Monday-February 6, 2012                       limitation or discrimination.”
                 Monday-March 5, 2012                               This newspaper will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate that violates the fair housing
                  Monday-April 2, 2012                        law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an
                  Monday-May 7, 2012                          equal opportunity basis. For more information or to file a housing complaint, call the Virginia Fair Hous-
                  Monday-June 4, 2012
                                                              ing Office at (804) 367-8530 Toll-free call (888) 551-3247. For the hearing-impaired, call (804) 367-9753.
 Everyone is invited to attend.                               Email:       website:
 Jonny Stevenson, Town Clerk
20 • EastErn shorE Post • JunE 17, 2011
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT                   taxes against certain real estate           heirs, devisees and successors in title   VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
COURT FOR                                  described as follows:                       of Margaret Sarah Walker.                 THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK                                                                    It is ORDERED that this Order be
                                                   All that certain parcel             published once a week for two succes-     THE COUNTY OF
THE COUNTY OF                               near the Village of Melfa, Accomack        sive weeks in the Eastern Shore Post      ACCOMACK COUNTY, VIRGINIA
ACCOMACK COUNTY, VIRGINIA                   County, Virginia, being part of a          and that the parties named herein
                                            subdivision of what is known as the        appear on or before July 18, 2011,                                                       Plaintiff
                             Plaintiff      Oliver Land, and designated as Tax         at 10:00 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of                                      CIVIL CASE NO. 11-183
                               CIVIL        Map Number 102B01100001200.                the Circuit Court for the County of       vs.
                       CASE NO. 11-49                                                  Accomack, Virginia, and do what may
vs.                                        standing in the name of Margaret            be necessary to protect their inter-      REBECCA MARTIN
                                           Sarah Walker pursuant to Section            ests in this suit.
The heirs and devisees of                  58.1-3965 et. seq. of the Code of
MARGARET SARAH WALKER                      Virginia.                                    ENTER: This 7th day of June, 2011                                                        Defendant
                                                     And an affidavit having been           Nancy-Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
PORTFOLIO RECOVERY ASSOCI-                 filed that due diligence has been used                                                                 ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ATES, LLC                                  to ascertain the names and loca-            I ask for this:
                                           tion of all of the heirs, devisees and      JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.                       The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the
                                           successors in title of Margaret Sarah       Attorney at Law                           Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain real estate
                           Defendants      Walker; and that there are or may be        P.O. Box 1410                             described as follows:
                                           other persons having an interest in         7100 U.S. Route 17
       ORDER OF PUBLICATION                the real estate forming the subject         Yorktown, VA 23692                                    All that certain parcel of land situate on the
                                           matter of this suit whose names             (757)898-7000                                   western side of Virginia State Route 658, Metompkin
   The object of this suit is to enforce   and last known post office addresses                                                        District, Accomack County, Virginia, and designated
the lien of the Plaintiff for delinquent   are unknown, namely, the unknown                                                            as tax map number 06800A000008600.

                                                                                                                                 standing in the name of Rebecca Martin pursuant to
VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR                                                                                               Section 58.1-3965 et. seq. of the Code of Virginia.
THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK                                                                                                                      An affidavit having been filed that due
                                                                                                                                 diligence has been used to ascertain the location of
THE COUNTY OF                                                  VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR                                Rebecca Martin whose last known post office address is
ACCOMACK COUNTY, VIRGINIA                                      THE COUNTY OF ACCOMACK                                            17300 Big Road, Bloxom, VA 23308.
                                                                                                                                     It is ORDERED that this Order be published once a
                                               Plaintiff       THE COUNTY OF                                                     week for two successive weeks in the Eastern Shore Post
                                  CIVIL CASE NO. 10-488        ACCOMACK COUNTY, VIRGINIA                                         and that the parties named herein appear on or before
vs.                                                                                                                              July 18, 2011, at 10:00 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the
                                                                                                                Plaintiff        Circuit Court for the County of Accomack, Virginia, and
ASCENDED UP ON HIGH CHURCH                                                                          CIVIL CASE NO. 11-68         do what may be necessary to protect their interests in
LYNWOOD W. LEWIS, JR., TRUSTEE                                 vs.                                                               this suit.

                                                               OSCAR JACKSON TAYLOR                                                                    ENTER: This 7th day of June, 2011
                                                Defendants     SHORE HEALTH SERVICES, INC.                                                                Nancy-Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk
                                                               MEDICAL TRANSPORT, INC.
                ORDER OF PUBLICATION                                                                                             I ask for this:
                                                                                                                                 JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
   The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the                                                         Defendants      Attorney at Law
Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain real estate                                                                       P.O. Box 1410
described as follows:                                                           ORDER OF PUBLICATION                             7100 U.S. Route 17
                                                                                                                                 Yorktown, VA 23692
            All that certain parcel of land at Gargatha,          The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the          (757)898-7000
      Metompkin District, Accomack County, Virginia, and       Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain real estate
      designated as tax map number 06900A000008700.            described as follows:
standing in the name of Ascended Up On High Church                         All that certain parcel of land situate in Village
pursuant to Section 58.1-3965 et. seq. of the Code of                of Guilford, Accomack County, Virginia, and desig-
Virginia.                                                            nated as tax map number 067C0A0000012A0.
           An affidavit having been filed that due

diligence has been used to ascertain the location of Ben-      standing in the name of Oscar Jackson Taylor pursuant
jamin Collins, Angelo Francis and David Smith; that the        to Section 58.1-3965 et. seq. of the Code of Virginia.
last known post office address of Benjamin Collins is P.O.                An affidavit having been filed that due
Box 217, Hallwood, VA 23359; and that the last known           diligence has been used to ascertain the location of Oscar
post office addresses of Angelo Francis and David Smith        Jackson Taylor whose last known post office address is
are unknown.

                                                               23629 Ann’s Cove Road, Bloxom, VA 23308.
    It is ORDERED that this Order be published once a              It is ORDERED that this Order be published once a
week for two successive weeks in the Eastern Shore Post        week for two successive weeks in the Eastern Shore Post
and that the parties named herein appear on or before          and that the parties named herein appear on or before
July 18, 2011, at 10:00 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the      July 18, 2011, at 10:00 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the
Circuit Court for the County of Accomack, Virginia, and        Circuit Court for the County of Accomack, Virginia, and
do what may be necessary to protect their interests in
this suit.
                                                               do what may be necessary to protect their interests in
                                                               this suit.
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                      ENTER: This 7th day of June, 2011
                                                                                                                                  ing lot on the Eastern Shore of Virginia
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                         Nancy-Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk                                    Nancy-Jo Revell, Deputy Clerk           starting at $40,000 in a quiet new com-
I ask for this:
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                                                               I ask for this:
JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.                                         JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.                                             best fishing on the East Coast. Check
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 1410
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7100 U.S. Route 17                                             7100 U.S. Route 17                                                 (757)678-7631 for an info packet. Financ-
Yorktown, VA 23692
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            Gargathy Neck            H   10:39 a.m.     H   11:28 a.m.     H   12:15 p.m.      H   1:02 p.m.     H 1:49 p.m.     H   2:39 p.m.      H    3:32 p.m.
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            Folly Creek              H   10:32 a.m.     H   11:21 a.m.     H   12:08 p.m.      H   12:55 p.m.    H 1:42 p.m.     H   2:32 p.m.      H    3:25 p.m.

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            Wachapreague Inlet       H   9:42 a.m.      H   10:31 a.m.     H   11:18 a.m.      H   12:05 p.m.    H 12:52 p.m.    H   1:42 p.m.      H    2:35 p.m.
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            Tangier Sound Light      H   2:02 p.m.      H   2:49 p.m.      H   3:34 p.m.       H   4:19 p.m.     H 5:05 p.m.     H   5:52 p.m.      H    6:00 a.m.
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  B         Onancock Creek           H   2:03 p.m.      H   2:50 p.m.      H   3:35 p.m.       H   4:20 p.m.     H 5:06 p.m.     H   5:53 p.m.      H    6:01 a.m.
                                     L    8:21 a.m.     L   9:07 a.m.      L   9:51 a.m.       L   10:34 a.m.    L 11:15 a.m.    L   11:57 a.m.     L    12:40 p.m.
            Pungoteague Creek        H   1:22 p.m.      H   2:09 p.m.      H   2:54 p.m.       H   3:39 p.m.     H 4:25 p.m.     H   5:12 p.m.      H    6:01 p.m.

                                     L    7:39 a.m.     L    8:25 a.m.     L    9:09 a.m.      L   9:52 a.m.     L 10:33 a.m.    L    11:15 a.m.    L    11:58 p.m.
            Occohan. Creek           H   12:43 p.m.     H    1:30 p.m.     H   2:15 p.m.       H   3:00 p.m.     H 3:46 p.m.     H   4:33 p.m.      H    5:22 p.m.
                                     L    7:16 a.m.     L   8:02 a.m.      L    8:46 a.m.      L   9:29 a.m.     L 10:10 a.m.    L    10:52 a.m.    L    11:35 a.m.

  E         Nassawadox Creek         H   12:07 p.m.     H   12:54 p.m.     H   1:39 p.m.       H   2:24 p.m.     H 3:10 p.m.     H   3:57 p.m.      H    4:46 p.m.
                                     L    6:00 p.m.     L   6:47 a.m.      L   7:31 a.m.       L   8:14 a.m.      L 8:55 a.m.    L    9:37 a.m.     L    10:20 a.m.
            Cape Charles             H   10:56 a.m.     H   11:43 a.m.     H   12:28 p.m.      H    1:13 p.m.    H 1:59 p.m.     H   2:46 p.m.      H    3:35 p.m.

                                     L   5:08 p.m.      L   5:57 p.m.      L   6:39 a.m.       L   7:22 a.m.     L 8:03 a.m.     L    8:45 a.m.     L    9:28 a.m.
            Kiptopeke Beach          H   10:34 a.m.     H   11:21 a.m.     H   12:06 p.m.      H   12:51 p.m.    H 1:37 p.m.     H   2:24 p.m.       H   3:13 p.m.
                                     L   4:37 p.m.      L   5:26 p.m.      L   6:15 p.m.       L   7:05 p.m.     L 7:32 a.m.     L    8:14 a.m.     L     8:57 a.m.

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~ CAPITAL LETTERS ~                                                                                                                         Letters to the Editor
                                                                                                                                               may be sent by fax,
By Sen. Ralph Northam                            I brokered an agreement last week        specifically mentioned in the Code
                                                                                                                                               e-mail or snail-mail
        he Republican-controlled Virgin-      to have Lewis approved by the Senate        of Virginia, and therefore legally re-
        ia House of Delegates has cho-        Democratic Caucus, and the Senate           quired to exist and to be filled if fund-
        sen not to take up pending busi-      voted 34-0 on a resolution to appoint       ing is available.                                  using the addresses in
                         ness on judicial     Lewis, along with two judges in the 9th        I worked with others in the
                         appointments,        Judicial Circuit.                           General Assembly this year to en-                   the Publisher’s Circle
                         leaving the cir-        It is disappointing                                        sure that money
                         cuit court seat      to me that a group of                                         for the seat would
                                                                                                                                             below. While the Post
                                                                        Post Op-
                         for the counties     legislators who do                                            be available.
                         of Accomack and      not represent the                                                The Senate has
                         Northampton          Shore would ignore                                            found the money                 will withhold a writer’s

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                         unoccupied until     our efforts to do the                                         and the votes to
                         at least July.       right thing. The fair                                         put a judge on the             name with just cause, all
                            The Virginia      and fast adminis-                                             bench. The ball is in
                         Beach General        tration of justice is                                         their court now.                 letters must be signed
                         Assembly Del-        already enough of a                                              Should           the
                         egation had pre-     challenge in rural areas without legis-     House fail to approve Lewis in July,
   Sen. Northam
                        viously chosen W.     lators from across the water throwing       the seat will remain open unless the
                                                                                                                                              and include a phone
Revell Lewis, an attorney in Accomac,         up roadblocks.                              governor makes a temporary ap-
to fill the post left vacant by the retire-      Although the Eastern Shore seat is       pointment, which would have to be                number for verification.
ment of Judge Glen A.Tyler.                   part of the Virginia Beach circuit, it is   revisited by the General Assembly

 Post Office Mail
                                                             Letters to Parole Board Help                                  We greeters never saw so many giving people from
                                                                                                                        our community and the gimmick made people laugh
                                                               Keep Murderer in Prison                                  and want to give.
                                                                                                                           Walmart also held a carnival in the parking lot to
                                                            Dear Editor:                                                raise funds, with pony rides, face painting, a bounc-
 Walk Owes Success to Many                                     We would like to express our thanks to all who           ing house, food, and the employees’ favorite, dunking
                                                            offered their prayers and support, and/or wrote let-        Store Manager Frank Durst, who can have a great
Dear Editor:                                                ters to the Virginia Parole Board requesting that the       sense of humor.
   On Saturday, June 11, the Accomack-Northamp-             murderer of my mother, Camellia Ann Nasif Moon,                We thank the Eastern Shore community for its
ton Pregnancy Center held its 1st Annual Walk for           be denied parole. All had a significant impact. Pa-         support and generosity.
Life in Onancock. On behalf of the board of direc-          role Board staff noted the quantity and quality of the                       Elizabeth Langlois, Walmart Greeter
tors, volunteers and those we serve, I would like           notes they received, so the letters made quite an im-
to thank the employees at Onancock Town Office              pression on them.
for their excellent assistance when planning this              The murderer has been denied parole and they
event.                                                      have deferred his next parole hearing for three years.                      “They’re at the Post …”
   I would also like to express my sincere apprecia-           That is a wonderful gift to my family in that we
tion to Onancock Police Chief Bryon Heaster for his         will not have to go through this painful process for a
exceptional support and for being so willing to help        few more years.
us in several ways.                                            Thank you for your support.
   Many thanks go out to Onancock Baptist Church                                           Nicki Moon and family                             Editor: Cheryl Nowak
for the use of its facility. You are such a blessing to                                                                         Staff Writers: Linda Cicoira and Cheryl Nowak
this ministry.                                                 Walmart Helps CHKD                                                       Regular Contributor: Ron West
                                                                                                                                         Advertising Representatives:
   We are also grateful for the local Christian band        Dear Editor:
Practicing Praise, which provided fabulous music at           Walmart recently raised over $7,000 — $1,500                            Troy Justis and Angie H. Crutchley
the Life Celebration that followed the walk.                over its goal — to help Children’s Hospital of the            Classified Advertising Representative: Angie H. Crutchley
   And to those people who walked, donated and              King’s Daughters.                                                          Graphic Designer: Joshua Nowak
worked at the event, we cannot thank you enough               From May 1 through June 11, Walmart used a
for all that you did to make this 1st Walk such a huge      fund-raising gimmick: Walmart associates were                                          P.O. Box 517
success. Because of the generosity of God’s people, we      shrink-wrapped and a sign was displayed that they                                    Onley, VA 23418
raised over $7,000 to help fund this vital ministry on      would not be released until $100 was raised.                              e-mail:
Virginia’s Eastern Shore.                                     The event was organized by Elise Green, assistant                          Phone: 757-789-POST (7678)
       Linda Baylis Spence, ANPC Executive Director         manager of Walmart.                                                                 Fax: 757-789-7681
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