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Brother Rupert of Noire Dame Gaining in Severe Illness Brother Rupert, CSC, principal of Notre Dame High School since its inception at Riverside Drive and Woodman Ave, in Sherman Oaks, today is recovering in St. Joseph Hospital from an attack of coronary thrombosis which seized the Catholic educator two weeks ago. He had gone to Wisconsin recent- RELAX SEE PAGE 12-B ly to attend services for his deceased mother, *wnd was slightly affected by an attack in Chicago while returning to Sherman Oaks, but gave no particular thought to the illness at that time. The second end more severe attack came following Brother Rupert's arrival on the local campus, just three or four days prior to the Hawaiian luau festival held last week end (·'. the school. He was taken to St. Joseph's for treatment, where his condition still is critical but improving. Brother Eugenic, CSC, of the school faculty reports. Brother Owen, CSC, vice principal at Notre- Dame, is serving as principal in Brother Rupert's absence. TRACT MAP APPROVED City Council approval has been given to the tentative tract map for a subdivision lying northerly of Gault St. on Tyrone Ave. » CAMERON WOODS Mayor Fletcher Bowron awarded Certificate of Merit to these homes. See this 3 years new, Authentic New England red barn home today. Has 3000' of adorable, well arranged living space. Consisting of 3 den guest room. 3 baths, 2 fireplaces. Forced air heat. Garbage disposal and dish washer. Completely decorated. Lovely landscaped lot. Kooni for pool. Asking $38,950, terms; SEE AT f.300 ORIOX AVE., 3 BLOCKS AVEST OF SEPULVEDA,, }. BLOCK SOUTH OF VICTORY JESS MORGAN REALTY CO. "DEALERS EN FINE PROPERTIES" 13521 VENTURA BLVD., SHERMAN OAKS STate 4-0252 STate 4-6631 STanley 7-5133 BEFORE Your Old Sofa and Chair Completely Rebuilt, Re-upholstered Made to Look LIKE NEW! CHAIR AFTER Bosy Term* « Free \Estimates AND UP COMPLETE INCLUDING MATERIAL SOFAS from $54-75 OUR SERVICE INCLUDES: . Fviltira Strlnel Franc* TtoM«oe4 ·iw WtMiln, , £*!»·, Rttlnf K Repltrad . In Frail Mt« Flliln . FnM hlhM . * WH« Mntln If Fin Fibrin 10 YMM Aladdin Upholstery Studio PHONE SUNSET 3-4391 DAT OK EVES T A X P A Y E R S VOTE YES ON PROPOSITION REDUCE ANNUAL TAXES! When you clear slums and provide decent low- rant Home*, police and health costs are cut in half and no you lower taxes. SAVE $13,000,000.00 IN EXTRA TAX INCREASE! E the city reneges on its contract, $13,000,000.00 already spent must be repaid thru city taxes. SMASH THE REAL ESTATE LOBBY! Get the alum landlord's hand out of your pocket T A X P A Y E R S Don't be DUPED! By the Million Dollar Real Estate Lobby Blllboardl IF! THE PHONY FRONT FOR THE SLUM LANDLORD V* ommittee A g*init S ocUllst H WHo"oPPOSE THE HOUSING PLAN It's the old story--CASH used to DUPE the people. VOTE INTELLIGENTLY JUNE 3 VOTE YES ON PROPOSITION B Housewives fo ! Kefauver ls 5 P eaker al Sycamore Grove Park Memorial Day NEW LOAN FIRM opens in West Valley with Investment Finance Co. holding open house this week at 18559 Sherman Way, Reseda, in modern, specially-designed office. Investment Finance is locally owned and will be represented by George Corliss and W. N. Bocash, well known in financial and civic circles. TH« News photo Investment Finance Opens New Office in West Valley Ring Doorbells for (ostello Formation of a ' "Housewives! Committee' 1 to work for John Cos-] tello, democratic candidate in t h e , .22nd district was announced today! by its chairman, Mrs. Larry Hussj of Reseda. j Mrs. Huss, an active leader i n ; i the Valley PTA and Girl Scouts,! i declared that many housewives in Uhe 22nd district who are con-1 cerned with the raising cost of liv-; ing and have become alarmed at the i spread of communism, decided to do something about it. · "We believe that our first concern is Congress and after looking j over the records of all the candi-; dates in this district," said Mrs., Huss, "we are giving our whole- j hearted support and endorsement i to John Costello. j "It is our plan to immediately \ start a doorbell ringing and tele-! phone campaign to urge the voters of the 22nd district to return John, Consiello to Congress," Mrs. Hussj 1 concluded. I For Reelection of Ashburn for Judge Fifty men and women, leaders in virtually every business and professional field, yesterday formed a Citizen's Committee to Re-elect Judge Allen W. Ashburn to Office No. 6 of the Superior Court. James C. Sheppard, prominent Los Angeles civic leader was named chairman. Senator Estes Kefauver will greet the public and deliver a Memorial Day address at a special Sycamore Grove picnic Friday, May 30, the Federation of State Societies a n - ; nounced today. ! ! Under the sponsorship of the I Oklahoma State Society in cooper-j aticn with the federation, the picnic! is open to all, regardless of previous state affiliation. William C. Condron, president of the Oklahoma group, and "Long Table" Smith, president of the fed- oration, jointly announced" that the picnic will get underway at 1 p.m. VAN CALIFORNIA The senator will speak at 3:30 p.m. He will be introduced by Judge Parker Wood. ACQUIRE FEW WA?sTS Contentment consists not In great w e a l t h but in fow wants. RETAIN S. ERNEST SAYS THE VAN NUYS LAWYERS COMMITTEE EDWARD J. OLSTYN, Chairman FRED GABLER HARRY J. GROSS JESS F. HIGH VICTOR J. OBEGI RAYMOND R. ROBERTS HAROLD W. SVENSON JR. WALLACE TRAU HENRY L. WALLECK HAROLD E. WHITE Endorsed by MARTIN POLLARD, San Fernando Valley Chairman DISTRICT ATTORNEY VOTE JUNE 3 RE-UPHOLSTER NOW SAVE 25% to 50% Investment Finance Co., a x new personal loan company serving the West Valley, is.holding open house this we^k at 18559 Sherman Way, Reseda. ' ; 'After months of extensive research we decided to locate in Reseda," stated George Corliss of Investment Finance. "Here we are easily available to residents and businessmen of Northridge, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Tarzana, Woodland Hills and other surrounding areas. "Our establishment is another specific expression of confidence in the great future of West San Fernando Valley." Invitation to Public Investment Finance Co. is locally owned and will be represented by Corliss and W. N. Bocash. Both are Valley residents. Corliss has a long background in the banking and finance business in Los Angeles. Bocash, well known in the Valley, is active in the Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Kiwanis Club, and is a member of the board of Van Nuys Post 193, American Legion. He has been in the finance business in the Valley for the past four and a half years. Corliss extended a cordial Invitation to Valley residents to visit the new office. He stated: "The combined credit of individuals is a powerful force which helps sustain good business in the community. Investment Finance plans to extend credit so that both the businessmen and the consumers in our ommunity will benefit." Provide Interview Booms The new offices feature a unique arrangement which differs from the customary finance company set-up. Emphasis is placed on a friendly, personal atmosphere. The old-fashioned long counter has been abandoned completely. A reception desk and small cashier'- enclosure face on an attractive lobby with modern, comfortable furniture and tropical plants. Three private interviewing rooms are provided for confidential handling of loans. The entire office is air conditioned. Investment Finance will be open Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. Robbed of Supplies Burglars climbed a ladder to the roof which was being repaired at the home cf the nowsnaper columnist, Jimmie M. Fidlcr, 11511 Chandler Blvd., entered n gable window and stole office supplies from the two-story home, he reported to police. The loot included stamps $20, gold pencil, and a model airplane, he said. BDTlER ; ACRES OF FREE PARKING OPEN THURSDAY, MAY 29 9:30 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. ACRES OF FREE PARKING 6609 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys Phone State 5-4235 For your every active sport" your every leisure moment, what you need are our wonderful MANHATTAN® sport shirts. They're superbly made of good-looking cotton sheers, colorful rayons. They're headed for suecess on cruise or at resort, as well as «tt home this summer. These beautiful tweeds were loomed in Britain and have all the colorful, supple character for which the British are world-famed . . . w i t h the eaty elegance of LOUARTS"styl- ing . . . truly, a grand suit or sport coat in any man's book. *39 50 · * · · · · · · · · 4.95 5.95 3.95 MEWSPAPERI

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  1. The Van Nuys News,
  2. 29 May 1952, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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