Clipped From Valley News
VALLEY NEWS Van Nuys, Calif.---Saturday, September 10,1977 has given money and the campaign for passage of t s A m e n d m e n t , saying, "ERA to me for all women." n v ueople do not know w h a t the uo. I nese legal rights as women." a check for an undisclosed president of the League of ERA education Plan Board finds a spot for new meeting place in Valley By JULIE JACOBS Apparently bent on changing its Van Nuys meeting place, the bis Angeles City Planning Commission Commission has asked the city to negotiate for the use of the Van Nuys Woman's Club at M836 Sylvan St. The commission started looking for new Valley quarters last month after complaining that it had several several times found the Van Nuys American Legion clubhouse not set up tor meetings amd poorly maintained. Since then the Legion building's building's board of trustees brought in a new cleaning crew and conditions were reported to be improved. However, after 15 years of part- time tenancy, the commission seemingly wants a change of scene. Members toured four possible locations in Van Nuys, Reseda and North Hollywood and said they found the Van Nuvs Woman's Club most preferable. Planning Director Calvin Hamilton noted that, besides being near the San Fernando Valley Administrative Center, it is well maintained and has good seating and parking. The City Bureau of Right of Way and Land' must negotiate a lease for use of the building which would have to be approved. The lease with Van Nuys American American Legion Post 193 for the Legion hall runs out Jan. 1. Prince planning LA. visit England's Prince Charles w i l l pay a royal visit to Los Angeles in late October, h i g h ing his tour with an inspection of Pasadena's Jet Propulsion Laboratory ( J P L ) , a spokesman for the Los Angeles British Consulate announced announced Friday. Prince Charles, heir apparent to England's throne, will arrive in Los Angeles on Oct. 25 part of a nationwide tour of America, w i stopovers scheduled in several cities before his arrival here. The last day of the three-day visit the Prince of Wales will include an inspection of operations operations at JPL as the space control center monitors monitors the "Voyager" craft flight. The prince also will investigate the space shuttle program, but there was no immediate word if he planned to visit the Edwards Air Force Base facilities.