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THE NEWS * * Thursday, Novtmbtr 9, 1961 v«itty PLAN STRATEGY -- Officials of Valley All- Star semi-pro football team prepare for Saturday's special Veterans Day game against Eagle Rock Athletic Athletic Club. Working on plans are Nick Giovinazzo, Jeft, general manager, and Leonard Orteg, head coach. Announce Units for Parade Here Major activity of Veterans Day on Saturday will be a parade down Van Nuys Blvd. from Vanowen St, Starting at 10 a.rn., the marchers and rolling units will move south on Van Nuys Blvd. to Victory Blvd. and then west to Kester JWe. and north on Kester to the Van Nuys High School football field. TaJtins part in the parade will be the following units; Congressmen Edgar W. Hicstand and James C. Corman; Corman; State Assemblymen Lou Cusanovieh and Tom Carrell; Councilman Ernani Bernard! and Dave Calderon, mayor of San P'ern-indo, and former Gov. Goodwin Knight. World War 1 Veterans Post 593 color guard. Van Nuys American Legion Post 193 color guard. U.S. Naval Reserve color guard, two platoons, Ridsewootl Military Academy color guard. Col. "Robert D, Campbell, commander, newly-activated 146th Air Transport Wing, will serve as grand marshal, accompanied by an Air Force unit and color guard. Van Nuys Chamber of Commerce and Van Nuys Junior Chamber of Commerce. Antlers Drum and Bugle Corps and Antlerettes March- Ing Group, sponsored by Van Nuys Elks Lodge 2028. Burtwnk Elks Lodge 206, Scottish Highlanders. Van Nuys Elks Lodge 2028, piggy-bank float. Valley Veterans Employment Committee. F o u r t h Howitzer Battalion, 144th Artillery, Array National Guard, 105mm howitzer and contingent of men. Nike unit, Fourth Missile Battalion with Ajax missile. USMCR with two 105mm guns. Gold Star Mothers. American Red Cross. Disabled American Veterans color guard. First Brigade, National Guard Reserve. Victor McLaughlin Motorcycle Corps. * * * North-East Chamber Uni Organized Continued from Page One ficers, the North and East Valley Associated Chambers discussed its objectives and goals and plans for the coming coming year at its first official meeting in the Panorama City Bank of America building. Delegates agreed to hold meetings on the first Monday of each month. The location or locations for these sessions have not yet been determined. It was announced that at the December meeting delegates delegates will have an opportunity opportunity to propose changes and suggestions to the bylaws. Reuther stated that membership membership In the new group is open to all Chambers of Commerce Commerce in communities east of and bisected by the San Diego Freeway and U.S. State High way 405. io Parade Continued from Page One gram planned by Van Nuys Elks Lodge 2028 will be held Saturday beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the lodge at 14436 Friar St, rhaplin Offer* Prayer Congressman Edgar Hie° stand will be guest speaker. Vfemorial services will be conducted conducted by Charles Wright sixth area Chaplin and past department chaplin of the American Legion. Kay K. Emmons, California department chaplin, will offer the opening prayer at the dinner, which will follow the services. Dancing will be held later in the evening. Chairman for the program is William Kaelin, assisted by Al Saunders. Another patriotic ratty dinner dinner planned for Saturday is that of the San Fernando Valley Valley Legion Luncheon Club, which expects some 200 persons persons at the event. rWrrmn to Speak The dinner, to be held at 7 p.m. in Andre's French Restaurant. $332 Sepulveda Blvd.. Sepulveda, will feature three alternates. |a talk by Ferdinand Menden* He said one of the dele-'hall, copuhlisher and manag- Kates will serve as a director; ing editor of The News, of the organization. B a c h ' Also sneaking briefly will chamber will select its uwn bp Comere.iuman Corman. who director. -will disruss his inspection Working with Rctuher Initour of United Slates defenses! spearheading projects and ac-'in Europe. , tivities for the coming years 1 H. Jay His is chairman of will he Roy Richardson, of the program committee. Fred-, San Fernando, first vice presi- crick Gage is president of the! dent; Leonard Freedman. Pa-;Club. coima. secretary, and Dr. Har- ~ ~ " ~ ~ 1 mon Dix. treasurer. JDrtl Irt fl Ikltf* '· Reuthcr stated that a sec- "\JLIU V*L.HNIL i ond and third vice president rv * YALIIS*! if ! will be elected at a later dair. SET TONIGHT "Our bylaws and objectives are similar to those of the West Valley Associajed Cliam- rxrs of Commerce." Reuther said. "We h a v e patterned ourselves ourselves after ibe West VaUcy group which has amwplished a proat deal for the area dur- ine Iho past SO y?ai. "1 am pratefu] to Donald Lorcnrcn, president of \\M V a l l e y Associated, for hi= Elect Officer* An attomev and past presi dent of the'Mission H i l J s j Chamber of Commerce. Rcu- tner told The News that each member chamber will be entitled entitled to throe delegates and .\ SI polio xaccfttatJou rtinic if ^rh^nlod for today from 30 to K30 p.m. at Rank of America, 1K337 Yrn* lora Bird, Taraana. Xo clinic. No other for the »r» o f our principal ob- intere?t and cooperation in icctivcs is lo discover and our group and for his wi]lin ! :li :li . , rm . l abu-os. and io have ness to appoint a liaison mv j, vein* a= rr-pn-jsontativw of to a t t e n d our riHr Arfa m the cr,nirif-r.ition ,.f oiy. ci-unly. sutf ^nrl na"\Ve na"\Ve also -wi]] bavr a li.iisnn ^onal' is-ut-s. represrnl^im- a U r n d The' -\\y w.*m in help ihc com- \\rtl Valley mccnncs. This lyn] n l!l( ^ and lhr c i 1 y in way wo TMn r^.jvrale. cx-^-iiuh -wr }ne. .ind \» meal- chance idfa and trcner^lly , V ;.- , n , 1|ir nicn-il^r- ^Tid the w-r.rk iflcelhfr fir thr henrfn -rrrral rublir a N-Kcr under- of Ihi- entire VaDey, -tOTrims of cu ·· a "Tbr West Vsllr?- A^stxi^t- "\\ rd Chamber;: has «-t a pond · ncc' rxampJe, and loccihrr we ran'eraj present a united front on Valleywide projects. to do all i rr^moir the cen- i fur people in .md residential ae- SAVE UP TO VAN 6732 Von Nuys Blvd. Just Soorh of Vonowen OUr Ull3r9ni66 If you buy furniture from OS ond find it priced for less elsewhere wrihin 10 doys--we will refund the difference in cosh. · 'Merchandise must be TAGGED with tower price. · Merchandise must be within the San Fernando Volley. · Our Comparison Shopper muit verify all -claims. WAREHOUSE Our Warehouse is bulging! We need room quickly for Christmas merchandise arriving daily. We must clear a tremendous number of items regardless of cost! Hurry in for big, big Savings in the finest of Early American, Transitional and Provincial Furniture. Furniture. · BANKAMERICARDS · INTERNATIONAL CREDIT CARDS · BUDGET TERMS EARLY AMERICAN · PROVINCIAL FURNITURE « ACCESSORIES DISTRESSED STEP or COCKTAIL TABLES 837 COIL MATTRESS I BOX SPRING 10 year guarantee ^Reg. $139.95 612 COIL MATTRESS ft VOX SPRING. 30 year guarantee. Reg. $119.95 KING SIZE 6x7 MATTRESS with matching foundation Warehouse Special SEALT POSTURPIDiC MATTRESS. Full size. One only, floor sample Reg. $159.9-5 59995 $99" $12995 REVERSIBLE BRAIDED OVAL RUGS x3' oval braided rugs in different color combos! Priced to clear while they lost! 24 2" Thick! LAMPS! LAMPS! $ Colonial! Provincial! Traditional! Large selection to choose from! Priced from 12" Limited Quantity! Limited to stock on hand! CLUB CHAIR AND OTTOMAN in beige tweed long $14095 wearing fabric, 1 only! _ Reg. $199.95 '^* 7' PLASTIC SOFA in ivory or your choice of $99095 many colors. -.._ 1*4- $2«.»5 *** 3 PC. QUILTED SECTIONAL, loose pillow back in $ROS96 contemporary styling. 1 only! R«f. $795.95 ***** 7' QUILTED COLONIAL SOFA. Reversible $90095 Morflex cushions. To clear! Reg. $339.95 «*»* «' COLONIAL SOFA. Brown and gold tweed. Foom rubber reversible cushions. Sole priced to go! Reg. $2B9.95 SEALY BUHKETTE Mattrett ond Posture Board Combination. Only one to clear! Reg. $49-95 SOLID MAPLE DROP LEAF TABLE. By Link Taylor Gateleg style with 2 leaf extension....Reg. $169.95 \ SOLID HAPLE HUTCH by Link Taylor, Finest construction; Only one to go!..R«i. $319.95 $4" ROUND DROP LEAF TABLE. So ltd birch with 2 leoves R«». 913f»9* M9« $9995 $9995 PROVINCIAL DRUM TABLE in lustrous fruitwood. Reduced to clear! Rej. $W.95 6 PC. WHITE DECORATED PEDESTAL DINETTE. 42" round white formica fop table. A chairs with beautiful hutch. One only to go! Rag. $581.70 5 PC. DISTRESSED DINING SUIT!. Ovo) table and 4 choirs Reg. $199.95 STUDENT DESK with large drawers. Save now! - Special! SOLID BIRCH DESK. 55"x25" with 2 file drowers. 2 writing boards Reg. $159.95 $4499$ $15995 $4995 $12995 $239 95 QUILTED CHAIR, French Provincial, Antique $1QS5 White. Freight Domoged: Oie only, os is. Reg. $99.95 " RED WING BACK CHAIR. Deep, diamond tufted bock. Foom rubber cushions Reg. $199.95 Provincial CHAIR A HALF Burnt oronge cover, beautifully mode ond drastically reduced to cleor! One only, come early! _ Re§. $1».»S $ 99" COLONIAL WING SOFA A full 6]/2 feet long. Reversible Reversible foam r u b b e r zippered cushions. Your choice of fabrics. fabrics. 3 ONLY! Reg. $179.95 129" $11995 * $ 89« $6995 WING BACK LOVE SEAT. Foam cushions, Priced to clear! One only. .....Rej. $149.95 CUDDLE ROCKERS. Save during this big sole event! _ _...Rej. SWIVEL ROCKERS. Big, big selection at low clearance prices! Prieed from SWIVEL CLUB CHAIR. Loose pillow back. Reversible $QQ95 foam rubber cushions. Rej. $129.95 ·* PLASTIC CLUB CHAIR AMD OTTOMAN. All SIMMS colors! A rcol Christmas gift! Rt». $159.95 ·** 3 PC QUILTED SECTIONAL. Hand tied wood base, zippered cushions. Only one to go ot this price! _ Rej. $659.95 B' QUILTED SOFA. Loose pillow back, turquoise $44095 and bcioe florol fabric. One only., ..R«j. $439.95 *** REVERSIBLE RUG. Damaged in shipment. One only as is~ Rej. $39.95 TOILET TANK COVERS. Eorly Ameficon with coploin roil. Salem finish hardwood. BATHROOM MIRROR FRAMES. Early American. Sotem finished hardwood $53995 BRASS ROCKERS. Two only to clear! Unkjue styling! _ Re§. $39.95 BRUNCH TABLES. Fruirwood finish, square tables. To cleor! Reg. $34.99 $1495 $299 $299 $1995 $1995 GLASS TOP HUTCH AND BASE. Only one to clear for this event! Mople Rei. $179.95 DOUBLE DRESSER BASE, with six drawers. In Salem finish. _ _..-Sp«eiol $5950 BOSTON ROCKERS 17 ONLY! $ NO MONEY DOWN! Payment Feb. 15, 1962 3 PC. TEENAGE GROUP. Includes bachelor chest, $11 Qgg comer desk, hi-ft cabinet. Salem Special II* BUNK BEDS. Solid birch bunk, trundle or twin beds! $CQ95 Includes guard roil ladder Special! *" Save 10%-20%-30% On our fine colonial, provincial and Italian provincial bedroom bedroom suites. MAPLE SMOKE STANDS. Buy now for Christmas $795 ! Clearance priced! .............. ____ Reg. $9.95 MAPLE MAGAZINE RACKS. For yourself! For gifts! Reduced now to elect! Res. $12.95 4V ROUND COCKTAIL TABLE by Lane in distressed pine. To ctcor! ....... -...Res- $79.95 LANE CEDAR CHESTS. Limited to slock on hcnd COMMODE TABU by Lane m distressed pine. _ ......... _. ............. -- Ref. $79.95 DISTRESSED STEP TABUS by Ldne. In distressed pirve wood. To clear! ------ R«§. $«.« FREE 15 Ib. TURKEY SOLID BIRCH COMMODES. Squore provincial styling. 2 orly! _ .............. Ref. $t9.95 PROVINCIAL COMMODE tn fruitwood. Low clearance price! ____ ,, ----- JU«. »».« for Thanksgiving Large st» 41" high, 2" wide, 79" deep. Rolled edae soddte scat. Salem $' PKOVtNCUL COCKTA11 TABU Reduced to cleor! ,,_,,,._ ..... ____ IU,. Given with every purchase mtoanHng to $150.00 or more. Enkry new funritai* ond free turkey* too! PROVINCIAL SQUARE COCKTAIL TABU it ftwtwood. --------------- ....... Re*. «9.95 W COOCTAIL TABU in prwmc.ol stvte. SeouMul fruitwood ........................ Rq. $49.95 "The Vattty's tar^ftt Stlectiw of Early American an Pwmful Pxlttrcs Shop Thursday, Friday ond Mondoy 'til 9 · Free Parking in Rear * 6732 VAN NUYS BLVD. · STote 2-3670 · Kan Sw/f. TRiangle 3-4904 {]usr South of Vanovcn 1 )

Clipped from Valley News09 Nov 1961, ThuPage 20

Valley News (Van Nuys, California)09 Nov 1961, ThuPage 20
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