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 - NEWS, Von Nuys, Calif. 0 L :. 23. 1950, PART 2|...
NEWS, Von Nuys, Calif. 0 L :. 23. 1950, PART 2| Two Girls Seriously Injured; Tire Blows Out, Car Hits Trees Two 18-year-old girls were seri' cusly hurt Friday when the c a r j In which they were riding blew a j front tire, went out of control and r e p o l t . M OS I seriously injured was the driver Anita Patricia Stanley of 11273 Camarlllo St. who received a possible fractured hip and pelvis, internal injuries and a cut arm. Her companion, Susan Ann R u n - ning of 11909 Ely the St. suffered a deep cut on the cheek and abrasions on the knee, leg and chest. Both were taken to Valley Re- eeiving Hospital. DENTAL PLATE REPAIRS NOW DONE IN 3 0 M I N U T E S WHILE YOU WAIT Dental Science, after years of research, has now perfected a material that will make a permanent repair qnd will save you hours if not days of being without vour teeth while they are being repaired. The cost is lo-n* No appointment necessary. R. C H A S i El Portal Theatre Bldg., North Hollywood SUnset 1-5855 1951 Models Going on Display Tomorrow at Milbeck-Mercury Art Diamond, ranked among the leaders in the Los Angeles district of the national sales contest being sponsored by the Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor Co., invites friends and customers to the showing of the Forger !s Sentenced !o Twelve Months in San Quentin Prison Found guilty of forgery, Stanley! O Cooke, 52, of North Hollywood,' - ; ··· -- t oday had been sentenced to Sanders a t t e n d e d t h e 18 h a n n u a l , practically .,, shipped by NOV. H ,«J W I Students and Leaders Meet in Hollywood; Entertained by Stars A total of 254 students and VALENCIA ORANGES SHOW SLIGHT DROP As the marketing of the Southern California Valencia orange into its final weeks, crop moves indit;SUolls the crop wil1 be After denying Cooke's plea for probation, Judge Fricke decreed that Cooke's sentence should be set oy the prison board. Cooke pleaded charges Sept. 19. ART DIAMOND High in National Sales Quentin Prison by Superior Judge . A. Day ^ held Hollywood, leaving Satu ay the , *" Memorial Park Slates First Halloween Carnival According to Paul S W. Somers. s cautioned to divert oranges to processing channels rather than move such] fruit fresh. Returns on good quality, good | valencias continue at a fairly | Spooks and goblins will haunt War Memorial Park on Tuesday evening. Oct. 31, when the playground holds its First Annual Halloween carnival. Opening the festivities will be a costume parade followed by a pro- the park dra- celebrities are j gram planned by matic club. Local , . , ,,, ,. . .. , r . '; size valencias conunue ai a.iam,? "»»»"i-r=;^=s"-,:i£-rjr:'S^tS Cooke is wanted on a warrant issued by Santa Barbara authorities. A grand theft charge against Cooke was dismissed by Judge xastt. h .TM-,. M lta ,«- .-r-rsrHS-ssr - ^-T--^; ,, articipate| and there b(j gn exhibition of folk danc . local grQUps along w , th R free of charge to children while a one-cent tariff will be placed on activities of older persons. Director Joe Fogelstrom and Assistant Director Dorothy Tasker, art b e i n g aided by Van Nuys American Legion Post 193, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 206, Van Nuys Eagles and the Sherman Oaks Cooperative Council in staging the affair. CHESTER A. CONRAD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Announces the Opening of His Office for the Practice of Medicine and Surgery 6915 Reseda Boulevard Reseda, California Phone--RUgby 6-1116 Day or Night new 1951 Mercury automobile j models going on display tomorrow at Milbeck-Mercury, 6216 Van Nuys Blvd., where he is on the sales staff. . | In extending the invitation today, Diamond said "I want to convey my thanks and appreciation to all! customers and friends whom I 1 have served and with whom I am Fadden Returns for Picture Engagement Tom Fadden, motion picture actor and co-founder and first president of the West Valley softball league, is back at his Tarzana home temporarily while playing the part of a Confederate corporal in "Drums in the Deep South" being made under direction of William Cameron Menzies. James Craig and Barbara Payton are starred. Between picture engagements, Fadden is establishing his home in Carmel. He plays a bartender in "Devil's Doorway," a western that opened Friday in Hollywood. Last July, he played a part in "Valley Vengeance," an MGM production slated for release soon. about 30 cents to 35 cents a box -gy Lee, Don DeFore, durin the current week " Walter O'Keefe and Edgar Bergen volume was and Charlie McCarthy, among the lhat 01 laSt " eel ^ many on the program. , Prizes given away included three a kick-off for its fall program, and the members of the "Y" clubs an- special Goblin Dance to be performed by the park youngsters. Games for all age groups will be set up on the grounds. Booths and concessions will be available bicycles, six wrist watches and six radios. Two lucky Y.M.C.A. boys get to sit on the Stanford-U.C.L.A. benches in the Coliseum. nually use this spectacular event to invite other young people of their schools and community to en- GRANITE CITY Aberdeen is known as the granite sales contest, and I am certainly grateful to all." The local "Y" used the event as! joy a big "Y" affair with them. "SMART FOLKS USE"" rmsironfi Linolei FOR EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE Because It Wears and Wears and Wears Because it's Easy to Keep Clean Because It's So Beautiful SILLERS PAINTS 216 Beautiful Colors Mixed for You Venetian Blinds -- Wall Board -- Window Shades YMLEY LIHOLEUH ASPHALT TILE CO. 18460 Sherman Way, Reseda RUgby 6-2907 ASPHALT TILE Install It Yourself and Save SET ORDINANCE HEARING An ordinance of intention to improve Cayuga Ave. from Van Nuys Blvd. to Pierce St. has been set for hearing before the City Council on Nov. 30. FREE EXAMINATION Complete Chiropractic adjustment from head to toes, $2.00 with this ad. I have the latest to offer in Chiropractic including Advanced Manipulation of Soft Tissue. See me before you have that operation, or for any health problem. DR. L. E. TURNER CHIROPRACTOR IE. 6815 RESEDA BLVD., RESEDA, CALIF. Phone Day or Night-- RUgby 6-1638 PAINLESS ADJUSTMENTS Office Hoars: Man., Wed., Sat. 8:30-6: TUCS. Closed Thursday". Frl.. S:30-S:30 FOR SLAUGHTER PLANT Permission to operate a poultry killing plant at 19600 Sherman Way is sought by Henry L. Doyle and Kenneth A. Main in a petition to be heard by the zoning administrator on Oct. 30. GRANT BEGINS First steps to establish a system of federal civil service were undertaken in 1872 during the administration of President Ulysses S. Grant. nnouncnq rt-m. ^*te^^ One of These Valuable Prizes 1 . R · . Beautiful 16" Black tubs Sff r T B Z e . K a y e _ H a l b e r t console Television in authentic mapls with polished brass planter in bottom. 2nd Prize: 16" Hestangular picture lube in lovely open-lace table model Kaye-Halbert Television set. Same locked in tuning o! larger Kaye- ·Halbert sets. And many, many more prizes for the whols family, including radios, electric toasters, make-up kits, etc. Here's All You Have to Do! Finish this sentence in 25 words or less: "I would like to own a 1951 Mercury with Merc-O-Matic Drive because RULES: I. Finish in 25 words or le*i: "I would like to own a 1951 Mercury with Morc-O-Matic 2. Send or bring In only one official ·nlry blank per individual lo: Contest Judges, MUbeclc Mercury. 6216 Van Nuy» BIvd« Van Nuy«, Calif. 3. All entries postmarked alter midnight on Nor. 22nd will be disqualified. 4. Contest subject to slat* ssd Iscsl laws and regulations. Decision oi the Judges are final. Duplicate prizes in caio of ties. All entries become the property of Mllbeck Mercury, Inc. You don't have te be present to receive your prirs- All wlnnsrs will be announced publicly. OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK "I would like to own a 1951 Mercury with Merc-o-Matic drivs because NAME ADDRESS MAKE OF CAR PHONE. MAIL OR BRING THIS OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK TO US MILBECK MERCURY, INC 6216 VAN NUYS BOULEVARD PHONE STATE 5-1472 Don'/ mi.. «-. HB W.«.ton M. "TOAST OF THE TOWN · will. Ed SulSni,. Se. « on K7TV ot 8:00 P. M. every Sundo/. WHAT A CAR! WHAT A DRIVE! What a combination! New 1951 Mercury with the amazing Merc-O-Matic Drive*! Your first look will tell you that here is a car brimming over with eye-filling features: New styling, new interiors, new trim . . . new beauty for a beaufiful new car! Your first drive will tell you that Merc-O-Matic is an automatic transmission with everything: Honeyed smoothness, positive pickup, overall economy, and safety. It does all the work while you sit back and relax. There's new comfort and safety, too. A new improved ventilating system--a new "wide- horizon" rear window with more than 1,000 square inches of unobstructed viewability. And there are dozens more thrilling new features for you to see and enjoy. Come on over and see this big, beautiful 1951 Mercury in our showroom. Let us give you the facts about "the drive of your life"! When you consider all of Mercury's built-in quality advantages, we think you'll agree it's "the buy of your life"! There's nofhing (ike it on the roadl f\ sweeping nau! look- -b set ik 1451 style. Ge» »o Know Your Dealer Beiie.'-- NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE DEALER WEEK OCTOBER 22ND THRU 28TH the si more, efficient automatic transmission! "With Mercury for 1951, you have a triple choice for «Mve ° Y°« r l , -"« w Merc-0-Mc.ic Drive and (hrif| Touc h-0-Molic Overdrive are optional at extra cost; and In addition, there's the Silent-Eme synchronized s tandard transmission. 6216 Van Nuys Blvd. STafe 5-1472 rSPAPERf TSJT7WSP4PF1? imzp^ml 2Q48B19 , i , C JL,' ? lJ-5-.^.X.S. ,*.,'.SX.I

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  1. The Van Nuys News,
  2. 23 Oct 1950, Mon,
  3. Page 14

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