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f A VAN KUYS. OrM cAi.iroHNiA , Monday, October 15, 1951 'Cycle Rider Injured in Crash With Auto ·A motorcycle rider lost part of j a - f i n c e r and suffered c u t s a n d i bruises when his machine crashed | Into an a u t o on Saticoy St. east o f ; j Cteon Ave.. police report. j Taken to Valley Receiving Hos-' pital was John Honda, 25, of 7434 I Cartwright Ave., Sun Valley. T h e ; I auto of. Mary Elizabeth Monson, 54, j or 7335 Cleon Ave., was m a k i n g ] ' a.left t u r n when hit by the m o t o r - j cycle, police said. The motorcycle then caught fire, the report stated, but the blaze was extinguished by the Fire Dept. · SHOOTS CHILD IN ACCIDENT ,Sr., a d a u c h t P K C.n-lotta. 7, a n d t h o · Fairs vvitiit'ssrd t l i r i n c i d c n ' . ; Police said the f a t h e r and Farr. j b r o t h e r s - i n - l a w , wen 1 p l a n n i n g a h u n t i n g t r i p when t h e f a t a l shot was fired. | Farr t o l d o f f i c e r s . "I don't know I how it happened. I slamnied home M o t h e r AISO W o u n d e d i t h e bolt of t h e r i f l e and it had by Some Bullet; Rifle in Hands of Relative. BUY DEFENSE BONDS If you save $12.50 each week i n ! TJ.S. Defense Bonds you will have; $3,348.95 in five years and ,$7,217.29 j i n - t e n years. ' W h i l e w a t c h i n g a western on television a 5-year-old y o u t h was killed and his mother wounded when a heavy caliber deer rifle in the hands of the young boy's uncle accidentally went off. The y o u t h , Frank Thacker , Jr. was pronounced dead at the Physicians Physicians and Surgeon's Hospital. The mother, Mrs. Myrle Thacker, 30, of 6121 Clybourne Ave., North Hollywood, was put under sedatives to dull the pain of her wounds and the shock of seeing her son die. The tragedy took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Carlyle Carlyle Farr, 312 West Los Feliz Blvd. The boy's father, Frank Thacker [jammed and fired." I Mrs. Thacker was wounded in the ' l e f t t h i g h a n d r i g h t ankle. The f a t a l b u l l e t struck the boy | under the r i g h t arm and passed I completely t h r o u g h his body t h e n struck his mother. The death was listed as accidental. accidental. Offer Dance Course Free refresher classes in square dancing will be held at Sun Valley Junior High School, 7330 Bakman Ave., on Oct. 29, Nov. 1 and Nov. 7 under sponsorship of the Recreation Recreation and Park Dept.. the Square Dance Association of S o u t h e r n California, California, and the Board of Education. Avocados are grown in Australia. BUTCHER \1tevtA a But»*\ S747 SEPULYEDA BLVD., SEPULVEDA EMPIRE 2-265S or 2-2181 21825 SHERMAN WAY, CAN06A PARK, IN THE HARWICH MARKET STORE HOURS: Mon.-Wed. 9 to 6 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 9 MON. r TUES., WED., OCT. 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 7 AMnnevwwuwwvvvw*^^ FKKSII LEAN --IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT « SWEET SEEDLESS SOLID GREEN HEAD C H E D D A R None Sold to Dealers -- Quantity Riqhts Reserved Van Nuys G^l in Contest forj Legion Honorj Competitor for the t i t l e of Sani Fernando Valley American Legion | Sweetheart is Jackie Coey, 17, of 14150 Aetna St.. who won a contest contest staged by Van Nuys American American Legion Post 193 for the h o n o r of representing t h a t post in t h e Valley-wide contest. Jackie, a Van Nuys High School senior, is studying journalism. She is a member of the Valley Gym Starlets and is interested in d?.nc- 'ing, singing and d r a m a t i c s as well las body building. j Gym Demojistratioiis I George Bruce, owner of the Val- lley Gym, who spoke on Americanism Americanism and on the .purpose of a show at which the Valley American Legion Legion Sweetheart w i l l ' b e chosen, also provided the local Legion gathering gathering with d e m o n s t r a t i o n s o f strength and weight l i f t i n g by members of the Sepulveda Junior Optimists, the DAPS and others. In the beauty contest w i t h Miss Coey were Donna Harper of Kn- cino, Barbara M i t c h e l l and Pat Morris of North Hollywood. Joan Fitzgerald of San Fernando. Mar- fr TL. ' n gi" Yolint /Til "nna Km · if Van N u y . .Judges ol t h e I ' o a u ' y c o n i c ' w o r e C o m m a n d e r Fred PUiRfie, \V. N. (Bo) Boca^li, c h a i r m a n of t h e e n - j A woman passenger in t h e t e r t a i n m e n t c o m m i t t e e : S h a i ' o n ' n f K d w i n K u b i n , L'.'i, of 0!l.'l Ki Bailey, k n o w n =»; "Miss . .Muscle field Av\, llcseila, \\-iis ta!\''.'i I Beach:" Belli I.e^, t h e " W e s t e r n , Y : \ l l o y Ileccivini; l l o s p i Corral Quern:" H o t l y Lind, f t K C X p o s s i b l e coiu'iissinn f o l l o s t a r l e t : and Vic Tanny, p h y s i c a l ; t h r o e - c a r crash at V c u l t u r i s t and owner of a system of p u h o n a Blvds.. pulk'o r c p gymnasiums. j She was Pearl R u b i n . ."!. of Miss J/incl Honor CJuest i K n f i e l d Ave. The car of l ! ; u o i Miss L i n d , who j u s t c o m p l e t e d . ; Dsiniel Kgcer, 18. of (imn t h e "Las Veens Story," w i t h Scott jAvc., Tar/ana, s t r u c k t h e Brady, and is w o r k i n g on a p i c - j from the rear w h i c h in t u r e " w i t h Esther Williams, was the a u t o of Donald Engle. guest of honor, and conducted a 1821)1 fashion show. !:.' I Vanowcn St., Reseda, ac- i cording to records ok police. TV REPAIR (With this ad) only Most Sets Repaired in Your Own Home TV Dept. Victory Auto Service STale 5-086B 11412 Victory Blvd. STate "1-5176 Three-Car Accident Injures Housewife; WINSOME BEAUTIES vying in first of series of contests to determine American Legion Sweetheart of San Fernando Valley smile their prettiest at Van Xuys Post 193 meeting where Jackie Coey of Van Nuys, right, was named initial winner with Oonna Harper Harper of Encino, at left, in third place and Mona Rae Brower of Van Nuys, placing second. Valley winner in due course will compete toward n:itinn:il title. The Ne phoio Local Ayfo Executive Heads Hospital Building Campaign Frank J. Fessenden. plant man-JOOO St. Joseph campaign which curl curl a g e r for Chevrolet. Division of G e n - j r e n t l y is in its Memorial U n i t drive, 'eral Motors in Van Nuys. has ac-;Memorial designations available Icepteri the general chairmanship orange from the $175.000 a u d i t o r i u m , i t h e St. Joseph Hospital b u i l d i n g j t h e $100,000 m a t e r n i t y division and ' c a m p a i g n , it was a n n o u n c e d today I t h e $50.000 a t o m i c medicine center, by Sister Superior Zephirin, hos: hos: t o offices and work rooms a t .S2.000. Woman d r i v e r of a car involved in a three-auto accident at. Sherman Sherman Way and Canoga Ave. Friday was seriously injured, police report. report. Juanita F. Owens, · 37, of 7532 Baird Ave., Reseda, suffered a possible possible fractured nose, a possible j f r a c t u r e d right ankle and possible ; fracture of the breastbone, the rc- jport said. She was taken to Valley i Receiving H o s p i t a l . | The Owens car was s t r u c k a f t e r the cars of W a i t e r Prent]s Lohman, Lohman, .69, of 21521 San Fernando 'Mission Blvd., rrnl estate broker. l a n d Armanri Henry Oliver. 2C. of 8125 Hazeltine Avp.. a sailor f r o m Point Mugu collided. The sailor's car was knocked across thr w h i t e line and struck the Owens car head-on, the report said. Oliver suffered suffered cuts and bruises. Accurately . K i l l e d While You -Wait LENSES OROrXD IN OVK LABORATORY INSURES QUALITY--PRECISION--SERVICE "SI'S" »!ul~R'KAiTlN(TT;LASSKS--RII'TJCALS--TRIFOCALS ONE DAY SKHVJCE ON .MOST CASKS HIM)KK!)S OF FRAMES NKH'KST STYI.KS. TO C'HOOSK FROM UKSHiNS and COLORS DlSPKNSlNi; O r T I C I A N S ST.VI'K o-IR-U \rninK!* Hy A p p n i n t n u - n t \'.vx Mvs BLVD. Open D n i i j 3 i Now Available ct This Arrrazinq p i t a l direct or. he first u n i t purchased was "The u r g e n t need for aridit ioi.al ,$7500 p r i v a t e room presented by facilities in t h e San F e r n a n d o V a l - j t h e Si. Joseph H o s p i t a l G u i l d . ;ley is u n q u e s t i o n a b l y the most seri- S b u s c h a l l e n g e to all residents and ' i n d u s t r y in the Valley, Fessenrien said in accepting the appointment. Comparison Is Cited "Present facilities are p i t i f u l l y inadequate to care for R minor epidemic, much less a disaster," he added. The San Fernando Valley with a population of more than 400,000 has only 354 hospital beds. Other I western cities of similar population I have provided t h e following hos- 'pitalizat.ion for their citizens: j S e a t t l e , population 475.000 with ·13fifi beds: Oakland, 425,000 w i t h 1097 beds; and P o r t l a n d . 402,000 : w i t h 2205 beds. The addition to St. 'Joseph Hospital will provide 100 ' more beds for the Valley. Ranpe in Cost Fesscnden will give general direction direction on all phases of t h e S75D.- GRAPES K A E R V MONTH Last year C a l i f o r n i a m a r k e t e d fresh grapes every m o n t h ol the vear. 1 Reseda f r e e In call us for fs- t i n i i i t " and :is- s i s t :i n c c in in e « s n r i n K your rcijuire- nicnts. RUgby 6-1040 Give Free Concert "Judas Maccabaeus," Handel's ' o r a t o r i o of a people's fight for lib- j e r i y , will b" presented, at John ! B u r r o u g h s Jun i o r High School on t h e n i g h t of Nov. 1!) hv a chorus of ! 125 and a 60-piece orchestra. The concert, sponsored hy ihe city's Bureau of Music, will be free. SHOP MONDAY "Values Galore at Your Store" 14524 Vanowen St. STate 5-0632 Next lo Thrifty Drug on Vanowen--Plenty Free Parking Rear of Store Store Hours: Daily 9 to 6. Mon., Fri. 9 tO 9 LARGEST SELECTION IN CALIFORNIA DUTCH UNBLEACHED MUSLIN WITH COLORED PERCALE RUFFLES 21-Inch Length . . . 24" Length-~$1.10 Pair 30" Length--$1.39 Pair 36" Length--$1.59 Pair ' i l l ! pair Overall Width of Above Pairs Is 72 Inches VALANCING TO MATCH 39c yd. Many others in eye-catching Dutch styles in organdy, nylon, ninon, marquisette, gingham, multicord and percale in.all colors and sizes. ED DRAPES MADE FREE Ci'i inches or longer. n-ciinllcsN of width! A reprcsentiilivi- will lie t;li:il to csill :it vniir · lioinc! No ol)li^;ttioii'. Chonv \IIIM- niiilerials from our ncwf-Nl :ind most 'oni|tlrtc slocU of ['; Inls siii'l S - ? ' l s :it Inv (·· ' p'-i'-'-.. ... with the values you've ever seen! i 7200 VAN NUYS BLVD. (AT SHERMAN WAY) GRAND OPENING 10 a.m., Friday, October 19 j O P E N I N G V I See Thursday's Van Nuys i ' News for 3 full pages of · s p e c t a c u l a r I __ | lEWSPAPERl

Clipped from The Van Nuys News15 Oct 1951, MonPage 6

The Van Nuys News (Van Nuys, California)15 Oct 1951, MonPage 6
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