Bettie Nadine "Dean" Assid, of Waynesboro, a loving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away, at her home, on Tuesday, April 21, Beverly J. She spent eight years as a medical transcriptionist, for Waynesboro Community Hospital before retiring. In addition to her parents, Dean was preceded in death by an infant brother, Dennis Mosley. Services and burial will be private. Published in The News Virginian on April 22, Thank you for fulfilling this photo request. An email has been sent to the person who requested the photo informing them that you have fulfilled their request.
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Bettie and Nadine go on a boat trip and mess around in wet T shirts; mysterious hands caress the girls' huge breasts as they watch TV; Bettie takes a shower; Nadine falls out of her dress; Bettie at Venus Fair Berlin; cameo at the end with Dana Benn. Written by Anonymous. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits.
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Du Toit was born in the former Transvaal Province on a farm, where she had one elder brother, though both children were virtually orphaned by the age of three  as their mother died in in childbirth, and their father served with the South African Forces in France during World War I where he was severely shell shocked. Both children attended St. Ursula's Convent Boarding School in Krugersdorp from to When Du Toit was eighteen, she moved to Johannesburg where she began to work with trade unionist Johanna Cornelius. The owner of the factory was Jewish and appreciated Du Toit's " anti-racist and anti-Nazi sensibilities. At that time, she married Jan van Rooyen and adopted the name Bettie du Toit. The marriage was short-lived as they were divorced in In , Du Toit went to Cape Town and the town of Huguenot to organize three textile factories that employed white women and black men working together. She managed to rebuild the union, but it was never as strong after that. This marriage also ended in divorce in