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 - Tuesday, July 2, 1968--Van Nuys, (Calif.) WNCE...
Tuesday, July 2, 1968--Van Nuys, (Calif.) WNCE T H E N E W S East-9-A West-9-A Ntrth-9-A Rur.-9-A Centrol-9-A Van Nuys Legion Post Plans 20th District Installation Van Nuys American Legion Post 193 wall be host for the installation of officeis of the 2|)th District, American Legion, on Saturday, July 13 at 8 p.m. in the Legion clubhouse, 14541 Sylvan St. Van Nuys. Installing officer will be National Executive Commit- 4 Hold Up Man But Escape With Only Empty Wallet Police said a North Holty- Avood man w«s robbed of his empty wallet bv four people, who followed linn to the residence of the victim's friend. Joseph A. Giangiuli told officers he parked his car across from 6242 Beck Ave. about 2:30 a m . Sunday T and got out of his car when the two men and two women drove up behind him. One of the four culprits, a man, then ordeied Giangiuli at gunpoint'to take his wallet said, '"Throw it on top of the trunk of your car." Police said Giangiuli then was ordered to walk away from the scene and the bandits took the wallet. The victim called police friend's residence. from his A person also is kncmn by the company he avoids. teemau William K. Kreitz Jr. Robert stalled H. as Thren will commander be in- of the' 20th District. He is a member of Canoga Park Post 243. His Corps of officers are Anne Dougherty, first vice commander, member of Studio City Post 407; Richard C. Paiks, second vice commander, member of Glendale Post 127; vice San en's Evelyn JMutchall, third commander, member Fernando Post 629; Vallev Wom- and Fred W Plugge, commander of 20th District and member of Van Nuys Post 193. The 20th District has jurisdiction over 42 posits in the San Fernando Valley. Honored guests for the evening will be Congressmen James C. Gorman and Ed Reinecke. Waldo publicity E. "Wally" Finnoff, director, requested eligible veterans attend the 20th are Dis- that all dibtrict officers and p^ost dibtrict commanders be in attendance. At the conclusion of the program there w ill be refreshments and dancing. All urged to trict Hospital bieakfast Sunday, July 7, at 9 a.m at Studio City Post 467. 12117 Moorpark St., Studio City. A report will be given on the \\ork being carried on by the 20th District Hospital committee. Further information may be obtained by telephoning 981-2126. SOLDIER BEATEN, LEFT HELPLESS BESIDE HIGHWAY Police said a 20-year-old soldier awoke on the side of the highway near tho Golden State Freeway and the turnotf to Newhall after four young men jumped the man in Pacoima and beat him unconscious. ' No apparent reason was giv en for the attack on Robert Anthony Dundes, who said he was jumped as he was walking around the block Friday night near his home. Dundes told police he was near Pierce St. and Bromont Ave. when the four men drove up, got out of their car and jumped him. Dundes told Police he was knocked down, kicked in the head and that he lost consciousness. Police said the victim was given a ride by two Newhall residents to the Newhall Sheriff's Station, from where he was taken to Fo 'hill Division in Pacoima * j make a report. O.K. Club Plans Patriotic Meeting The O.K. Club-Seniors will meet tomorrow at the Los Angeles YMCA building, Room 500, at 715 S. Hope St. from 6 to S p m. Everyone is welcome to the Independence Day celebration. In addition to a community sing of patriotic songs, Hallie Beare will present an all patriotic show. Alert Citizen Halts Store Burglary; Thief Escapes A burglar escaped capture by a good citizen after taking about $500 worth of furniture from a North Hollywood store. Police said a man found the rear door of Rynders Furni- Uire, 10801 Burbank Blvd., open Saturday night while he 'New Career' Experiment Is Approved An experimental program to help train Mexican-Americans for jobs in the shortage fields was approved yesterday by the city Board of Education. The ""New Careers" program will be can-led out at East Los Angeles College in cooperation with the Mexican- American Foundation Opportunities under a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Laboi. Superintendent of Schools Jack P. Crowther said the 32-week program, "which sUit- ed esterday, will provide -60 untrained adults with formal on-the-job as health course study and training for work aides or community social \\ orkers. 'New careers is a development program designed to train -workers in public and human services where shortages of skilled manpower exist," Dr. Crowther said. : 'The program is intended for persons from impoverished circumstances." was in an alley looking lor his oat. The man called police, ther returned to for officers the store to wai when he heard a noise and saw a man walking from the store carrying a cof fee table and two sofa cush ions. Police said the citizen yelled at the man, who dropped the items and then otitdistancec the citizen, who gave chase through the alleys The burglar, a young mar who also apparently had triec to break into the store safe did get away with a refngera tor, sofa and bed earlier, po lice reported. Hearing Planned for Youth 19 on Marijuana Count A 19-year-old Canoga Park youth who was arrested Sun day night, was arraigned yes^ terday on a charge of possessing marijuana. Frederick S. Meyer, 7137 Qmmby Ave., appeared be- foie Van Nuys Mumcipa Court Judge James DiGi- useppe and was ordered to return to Div. 75 on Monday foi a preliminary hearing. Bail was set at $500. Meyer was arrested near his home after police allegedly found a plastic bag containing marijuana in his pocket. 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Main SI. Ventura ME J" 06 648-3275,486-1691 School Board Rejects Bids on 2 Projects Two more construction bids were rejected yesterday a excesive by the Los Angeles City Board of Education bringing to nine the number o bids rejected in recent weeks. Supt. of Schools Jack p Crowther said the bids have been rejected because the fig ures were running up to 25% above preliminary cost esti mates. Several factors have con tributed to the high bids Crowther said. Among them: the recent in crease in building trade wages, a heavy volume o work in the construction fielc and increases m materia costs. The specific projects in volved in yesterday's bid re jection were: A $19.741 bid for ground im provemcnts at Normont Ave Elementary School, 1001 W 2o3rd St , Harbor City. The cost estimate on the projec \\MS S15.000. Only one bid was received. A $-107.269 bid on construction of classroom buildings ai three elementary schools Only two bids -were received on the project, which have been estimated at $356,000 The buildings were scheduled for Loma Vista Ave. Elementary School, 3629 E. 58th, St , Maywood; Monte Vista St Elementary School, 5123 Monte Vista Ave., Los Angeles, and Tolane Way Elementary School, 4515 Tolane Way, Los Angeles. 6 STAB WOUNDS FELL MAN 26; CONDITION 'GOOD' A 26-year-old Sun Vallej man was in good condition yesterday with stab wounds in his back, chest and arm which lie received while allegedly standing in a Sun Valley parking lot. Gerald Izzi, of 12522 Roscoe Blvd , was stabbed at least six times shortly before midnight Saturday. Police said the victim would not reveal who took him to Seira Memorial Hospital, where he at first was reported in critical condition. Detectives said the victim's brother WMS arrested a few hours later on a charge of standing on the stieet with a loaded rifle. IY//A told police he was stabbed while standing at 12047 Roscoe Blvd., but he would n o t "cooperate" in helping police to determine' the identity of the assailant, according to investigators. Thousand Oaks to Study Use of Gas Tax Funds THOUSAND OAKS -- Ga tax lunds totaling $116,190 wil bs the subject of city council men's scrutiny today at 5:3 p.m. when they continue thei preliminary study of the city manager's proposed $1,404,72 budget for 1968-69. Also scheduled for discus sion is a $7;i,7' ( 0 budget fo traffic control and safety anc a total of $55,180 for the thre lighting districts -- Meadows Weathersfield and Thousand Oaks. The budget requested City Manager Glenn Kendal for Meadows Lighting Distric is $34,930. for Weatherfield $8950, and for Thousand Oaks $11,300. Fund Districts The city requires all ne\v developments to have stree lighting for safety purposes and light standards art provided initially by the de veloper with the property own or subsequently paying the cost of energizing by means o a property tax. FIVE INJURED AS CARS COLLIDE AT INTERSECTION Five persons were iniurcd Into Sunday afternoon when crs t\\o cars collided at the intersection of Roxfoirt St and San Fernando Rodd, Sylmai Drivers of the iiutos were identified by police as Titian I-I. Lloyd 55 of Wisconsin and Ian Ellis -10, of 6138 Pillion Ave., Van Nuys. Injured in the accident were Lloyd, who suffered bruises, Mrs. Ellis, who was treated for a cut nose and bruised ribs and Marcelle Lloyd 18 Also injured were Matthieu Ellis 8, who suffered a possible concussion and cuts on his face and head, and Claude Ellis 7 who suffered a large cut on the back of his head, police saici All were taken to Holy Cross Hospital. City's College Teachers Get 8% Pay Hike An 8% salary increase for Los Angeles' 5500 junior col- ege instructors was approved vesterday by the Los Ajigele ity Board of Education. Superintendent of School lack P. Ciowlher said the m- rease was pait of a .$3.000,000 alarv package designed to ccp Los Angeles college ·ompetitive with Los Angeles schools. The Board action means a icw salary scale in Los Ange- cs of $7870 to $14.190 as com- i erl with last year's scale of ·.6920 to $12,400. Dr. Crowther said the salary increase will lot affect the school system's ;~3.\000,000 tentative 1968-69 Dudget However, the salary hike vill mean a $1.200.000 reduc- 1011 in iimior college programs since the budget re- ,crvc for junior college salary adjustments was only $1,800,000. The average 8% increase changes in the salary stiuc lure will provide additional in creases for teachers who arc on the lop steps of the scvilc. A structure change was con sidereri essential to keep ex- jcnenced Icachei.s, the Supcr- ntendcnt .said. Junior College teachers will jontinue to icceive an addi- nwl $100 a year for a Mai* ers degree and an additional 500 a year for a Doctor's 01 iuivalent degree Included in he new s a l d i y package was in met case for provisional nd substitute instructors rom last year's $6190-$91lO to Board members a p p i o \ o d i% sdltiiy i n c r e a s e Irfst lune .·! lor Los Angeles' 2",000 ole- ncntdrv and sccondarv teach- cmize Senior Citizens' Group The Encino Golden Years Club, a new senior citizens' organization, will meet Wednesdays from noon to 4 p.m at the Encino Community Recreation Center, -1933 Balboa Blvd., it has been HM- nounccci by Jim Anclervich, center recreation director. Dr. Mycr Levocn is the club's pi esident-elect. For further information call Anclervich at 789-0346. The city at present controls the three lighting districts for the following purposes -Meadows and Weathersfield · for essentially residential ,. lighting, and Thousand Oaks; · district for commercial lighting for Thousand Oaks BlvcL! ' according to Kendall. Another budget to be discussed is $22,770 . for the " Conejo Valley-Potrero-Horizoa Hills Lighting Area. This" budget represents the remr nants of former lighting disf tricts that were once undef the jurisdiction of Ventura County. , " As the county has converted; the districts into service ar" eas. those portions of the districts within the city have be-^ come the city's responsibility* to maintain, Kendall said;* Funding the expenditures of this -'lighting area" is bys means of -a property tax simbt lar to the lighting districts unw der city control. "Z Plan Hearing ~In the weekly City Council session, which immediately' follows the budget sessioai' Councilmen, will conduct twcb public hearings and hear re-ports from the city manager,* city clerk, city engineer, plan*; ning director and sanitary department. .,, The public hearings concern^ an appeal by James M. Park^; er against a planning commis^.,; sion decision approving a zon variance for Kurtis A. Easfe- allowing a five-foot reduction^ ' r o m the required 35-foot^ front yard setback for proper^. y at 739 Benson Road. j, The other hearing is a city amendment to parking re-. quirements contained in Sec.', ion RlBl m the parking ordii" nance. ',, ARREST BOY 12 i HIDING IN STORE WITH $89 LOOT ·' Police jailed a 12-year-old' 1 ' joy on a burglary charge af-~ ter the youth was found in a* 1 store where firemen^ lad responded to an after* aours blaze. The fire, which investiga-s tors guessed had been set af»s ter the store closed, was con-" lined to a small area of White.* Front store, 9725 Laurel Can-yon Blvd. 5 After the f u e was put out,;. police searched the store and found the Arleta youth hiding,above a false ceiling, where,; the boy had stashed about $89^ worth of merchandise, they^ said. Among the recovered prop, rty were a BB pistol, four viiives and a shotgun. The boy, who was arrested- abcuf 1:30 a m. Saturday, re- said he had planned- to leave that morning when:: the store opened. -= Arrest Suspect 35 i In Kit-Run Death \ A 33-year-old Topanga man-; vas arrested Sunday on suspi-^ ion of felony hit and run driv- j ng after he allegedly ran; [own and killed an uniden-i ified man on Sunset Blvd. ·£ Harvey Scott King, of 196435 /alley View St., was arrested? is he allegedly attempted to^ lee the scene on foot, police^ aid. -*-. The victim was apparently! rying to cross Sunset Blvd. atf emoyne St. when struck by-j the car, according to police. -2 Bellhops sometimes give"; op-tip service. -2 Stephen Kas ;wski Receives Training at San Diego Base Stephen G. Kasowski 19, seaman recruit USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Kasowski of 7826 Corbin Ave., Reseda, is -indergoing nine weeks of basic training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego. He is receiving instructions m Naval customs, courtesies and o.'ganization, ordnance and gunnery, seamanship, damage control, first aid, swimming and survival, shipboard drills and sentiy duty. A program of physical fitness, military drill and inspections keeps the recruits mentally and physically alert during their training. His Navy classification tests will determine whether Kasovvski will be assigned to a school, shore station or ship after his graduation. 25 GOOD USED STANDARD PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS FROM TO WEBBER OFFICE MACHINES 215 NO. 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  2. 02 Jul 1968, Tue,
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