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T H E N E W S CE Von Nuys (Colif.)--Friday, September 27, 7*. Parks Officer Will Address r Coordinating Council Meet * Morns Lubarsky, Valley area supervisor for the Los Angeles City Recreation and Parks Dept., will disciibs/·Recreational Facilities in the Area" at the luncheon meeting of the r e 1 i g ions, educational, business, labor, welfare. 3 r outh groups, public and p r i v a t e c o m munily agencies and social clubs. Main Project The main service project of the local council is raising funds and sponsor- i n g y ouths for camp- erships, said Mrs. Marjorie Cooley, hospitality chairman. During the past few m o n ths members have helped to support the Ecology Bin in Von's parking lot at 13333 Rive r s ide Drive, Sherman O a k s , by contributing u s e d n ewspapers and aluminum, funds raised have been used for camp- erships, according to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Minghini of Sherman Oaks, who have been coordinating this ecology effort. Cost of the luncheon will be $2.25. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Cooley at 785-2411 or Marge Mather at 780-0827. MORRIS LUBARSKY Plans Talk Van Nuys-Sherman Oaks- E n c i n o C o ordinating Council on Monday at 11:45 a.m. at the Mid-Valley YMCA, 6901 Lennox Ave., Van Nuys. Luncheon Optional Adding to his presentation will be a film showing local activities sponsored by the Recreation and Parks Dept.. said Kenyon Crawford, program chairman Representatives of new organizations and interested citizens are invited to attend, said Richard Peterson, president of the Council, who added that luncheon is optional The Community coordinating council is an association of individuals \\ho devote time, energies and knowledge to combat the problem of juvenile delinquency and help youth welfare, Peterson said. The council's membership includes representatives from civic, fraternal. Chamber Awards for Beaulification to Be Presented SHERMAN OAKS -- Beautificauon awards will be featured on the agenda at the general luncheon meeting of the Chamber of Commerce at noon in the Valley Hilton Hotel. Trophies will be given in the categories of landscaping, remodeling and new construction and others, according to Peter Creamer, ALA, chairman of the be; utification program. Membership chairman R o b e r t S e Heck will present plaques to new members and opportunity will be afforded to meet those recruited in the recent membership drive. Ron Wagenbach will discuss new development in the area. Details on Casino Night, a chamber fund raiser to be held Oct. 12 at Colonial House, corner Riverside Dr. and Whitsett Ave., will be presented by chairman John Bowles. In addition to varied games there will be a buffet supper, music and a bar. Missions Topic for Minister EN 7 CIXO --Dr. Scott T. Brewer will speak Sunday at 10 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church ot Encmb. 4963 Balboa Blvd. Thomas Warden \\ill have the Moment For Mission and Mrs Raymond Kelm will asbist in the -worship ser\ ice. Jubt back Irani an extensive tour ol 12 African nations, Dr. Brew er notes. "I have seen the accomplishments of church men who accepted the challenge to 'go into all the world.' and I am oi the opinion the church can still go places.' Directing the chancel choir in the absence of Lyle Wheeler will be Owen Gaskin. At the organ console will be Doris Moore. Registration ol church school pupils, under the direction of Elders Robert Cole and Mrs. Stanley j. H a r g 1 eroad, will take place beginning at 9 a.m. in the Christian Education Building. A complete new registry is being prepared o f t h e e ntire church school, to include pupils from beginners through adult classes. New pupils will be welcomed in all departments. MEN'S CLUB OF TEMPLE ALIYAH SETS BARBECUE Cows Decrease America has 11,413,000 milk cows on farms as of July, down 2.5 % from July of 1972. STEAM UP TO 200 SQ.FT. CALL NOW FREE PHONE ESTIMATES 363-7411 CAPUS,Jnc. W fkn», MMufortur* "* M\ Sl-.m Wathiitti 16*5 WOODLAND HILLS -The Men's Club of Temple Aliyah will hold its annual barbecue tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kaufman, 24701 Robert Guy Road, Hidden Hills, according to an announcement by George Fitleberg, chairman. At 11 p.m. Rabbi Melvin L. Goldstine and Cantor Robert Taff will conduct the Selichot (Penitential) service setting the mood for the forthcoming High Holy Days. Scout troop 223 will sponsor a yard sale tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 14220 Valerio St., in Van Nuys. A candidate for Eagle Scout in the troop has thought up this idea to meet his requirement for an Eagle Project. In ordei to provide a service to his church, he has elected to donate the proceeds to the S h r i n e o f St. Jude Thaddeus Foundation. Should the garage sale be a success, it would enable this Scout to come one step closer to the rank of Eagle. PERMANENT /·INCLUDES HAIR CUT rso WORLDOF BEAUTV MAY CO MALL* UPHOLSTER SPECIAL STANDARD 65 1-5588 SECTIONALS AT BIG DISCOUNT - SHOW SAMPLES AT HOME · APPOINTMENT^)AY or EVE U p T o D o j e , A I I K m d s Decorator Fabrics. Discounted. to Alter Senator Dramatizes Issue; Measurement Eats Lunch at LA. School Is Approved "GOLDEN VOI C E " Eddie Dean will perform at Van Nuys American Legion Post 193 show at 1454] Sylvan St., tomorrow night. Eddie Dean Show Set at Legion Post Van Nuys Post 193. A m e r i can Legion, will host the Eddie Dean Show and western dance tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the Legion Club -House at 14541 Sylvan St. Dean is a singer, guitarist, song writer, recording artist and radio, television and movie star and has worked on some major networks with his brother J i m my in a harmony team. He has appeared in the Hopalong Casidy series followed by more than GO of his own films and hits recorded for most of ihc recording studios. Some hits "T Dreamed ot a Hillbilly Heaven." "One Has My Name, the Other My Heart." "Foils Gold." "On the Banks ol the Sunny San Juan, and "Walk Beside Me." The public is invited and tickets will be on sale at the door and the Legion's club room All proceeds will go into the Legion's rehabilitation and charity funds. Scout Troop 223 Plans Yard Sale as Eagle Project WASHINGTON (UPI) -- A House science subcommittee yesterday approved a bill that calls for a "voluntary" changeover by the United States to t h e m e trie system of w e i ghts and measures within 10 years. T h e measure would create a 21-member national metric conversion board to coordinate the changeover and work with industry, schools, citizen and other groups on a pro- g r a m o f education in changing from the con- v e n tional pounds and inches measurement to kilograms and meters. The bill emphasizes the changeover would be voluntary but predicts that, as more and more groups in the country switch to the new S3 r stem, the rest of the nation would have to follow along. The subcommittee estimated this would take 10 years. General Motors, it was reported, is in. the process of changing its operations to the metric system and IBM has completed the changeover. Additionally, the State of Maryland has ordered the metric system to be introduced in all of its public schools this year. The Senate passed a similar bill last year but it died for lack of House on- sideration Nursery School Applications Open in Reseda Reseda Nursery School is now accepting applications tor the fall semester. The cooperative, parent participation school is located in Reseda Park. 18411 Victory Blvd. east side of the tennis courts. The school meets four days per week, 9 to ll'SO, under the supervision of t e a c h e r-director Mrs. Charles Seligman, professional teacher interested parents irwy phone Mrs. James Bruce at 342-7226 or Mrs. Richard Weeks at 343-5416 for details or an invitation. State senate majority . leader George Moscone sat down to a 45-cent lunch yesterday with pupils at , the 10th St. school to dramatize his concern for a school lunch subsidy bill that is now on Gov. Reagan's desk. The San Francisco Democrat was joined by Dr. Julian Nava a member of the Los Angeles City S c h o o l board, at the school, located at 1000 Grattan St. Together, the two men said that rising food costs and a threatened end of the federal school milk subsidy made it Imperative for the governor to sign the $20,000,000 bill into law. "You can't provide a sound education system without a decent school lunch program," Moscone told newsmen. Moscone said there were m a n y s chooi districts throughout the state that want to provide low-cost lunches, but they can't pick up the added cost by themselves. ' ' W hen you require somebody to do something that is a high-cost item and you don't provide any Class in Judo at North Valley T to Start Sept, 24 Y o u n g p eople and adults interested in vigorous exercise and learning the art of self delense may loin the autumn judo class thdt \\ ill start Monday. Sept. 24, at North Valley YMCA. 10925 Columbus Ave., Mission Hills. Boys and girls ages 7 and up are eligible to register now for the 10-week c o urse. The beginners' class is scheduled for Mondays from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Intermediate and advanced classes will be combined between 7-30 and 9 p.m. on Mondays. F u r ther information may be obtained by tele- ph o ning North Valley YMCA. 365-3231. ability to meet that mandate/ then you're to be criticized," Nava said. - The lunch the two men shared" with the pupils included a pizza and small salad, a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a carton of milk. - '. Harry Redoglia, director of food services- for the city school system, said " that there are 175,000 lunches being served in the district's grade school system a day and that 120,000 are provided free. . Redoglia said that although federal aid "to the food program had · gone down recently about 2 cents per lunch, another f e deral program which helps supply the food had gone up 4 cents per lunch. 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  1. The Van Nuys News,
  2. 21 Sep 1973, Fri,
  3. Page 36

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