Clipped From Valley News
12-A--Van Nuyt (Calif.) NEWS * Thursday, May 11, 1961 Van Huys Legion to Honor Individuals, Groups for Help ; VAN NUYS -- AJbert Saun ders, commander of Van Nuys Post 193, American Legion, has announced the organiza tion will h o l d Its annual awards dinner and dance ori Saturday at 7 p.m. in the American Legion clubhouse, 14541 Sylvan St, ' The event will honor the people and organizations who have assisted the post in its programs during the year. A list of those to be honored and, the projects on which they contributed time and effort,'is as follows: Van Nuys Rotary and Ki- wdnis C l u b s , Boys State; W r a y Bros., Junior Legion Baseball; Ferdinand Menden- copublishar of The News, publicity. ' Also, The News, publicity; J. C. Penney Co., T h o m a s Lannan of Bush's Stationery, P o l l a r d Ravenscroft Co., James Cross of Century Oldsmobile, Emilio Franzi or Van Nuys Theater, Americanism project; Rudy Jackson and his committee of Van Nuys Lodge 2028, of BPO Elks, Los Angeles Police Dept. and Sepulveda Post 735, American Legion, parades. Assisted Child Welfare Also, Van Nuys Auxiliary Unit 193, American Legion, child -welfare; Bobby Thatcher School of Dance, entertainment; Van Nuys Lodge 2028, BPO Elks, veteran rehabilitation program; ROTC Unit of Van Nuys High School and Mawter Sgt. Robert D. Erwell and Palace Cleaners, veteran memorials Gucat speaker at the event will be Nelson LaVally, secre tary-manager of Van Nuys Chamber of Commerce. His topic will concern the value to the community of servicp organizations and veterans' groups. LaVally will substitute for Mendenhall, president of the chamber, who is unable to attend due to a previous commitment. Special guests will be Steve Foote, past state commander of the American Legion; Lucille Caney, past state auxiliary president, and Ed M. Washigton Jr., 20th District commander of the Legion. Dinner music and specialty numbers will be presented by Kathenne Lennert, accordionist f r o m the USD circuits; Lois Osborne, radio and tele vision singer and soloist for Valley Harmonettes, and Gloria Seaman, known m musical circles. May Reserve Tickets Miss Osborne and Miss Seaman are the daughters of Mrs. Mildred Godfrey, past president of Gold Star Mothers and president elect of the Van Nuys Auxiliary Unit, Ameri- Sails on Destroyer In Western Pacific Robert' B. Magnussen, seaman USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Magnussen of 11J47 Collett Ave., Granada Hills, is serving aboard the destroyer USS Rowan which has departed f o r a seven Â· month cruise in the Western Pacific. The Rowan and three other destroyers will operate as a unit of the Seventh Fleet dur ing Â»hp cruise. can "Legion. Chef for the dinner is John Mayer and the music will be offered by Len Gibbs. Tickets may be obtained at the club- h o u s e or reserved by telephone at STate 5-9290 each day after 2 p.m. Urge Transfer of Patrolmen to Valley Transfer of additional pa trolmen to the West Valley police division h a s been urged by Tom Sbepard, Third District City Council candidate, if current negotiations to consolidate the city and county jail systems are successful. Local Delinquency Slight "Merger of the two systems will release 238 policemen now serving as jailers," Sheparcl said. "They will be available f o r enforcement duty and at least several of them should be assigned to the booming West Valley. "Additional officers would be particularly effective in coping with the juvenile delinquency problem. "Sgt. Robert Burke, of the West Valley juvenile division, has reported patrol of the division by juvenile officers is spread thin by the very size of the area." Shepard said the number of delinquents in the Valley is comparatively s m a l l , about 10% of t h e West Valley's 90,000 juvenile population, and that authorities contend what is needed is preventive action, not arrests. "Like a foot patrolman, the sight of patrol cars at trouble spots in t h e night hours would serve as a deterrent to delinquency," said Shepard. 'Police are more interested in preventing juveniles from chief getting into trouble than in arresting them for minor offenses while they still are in their early teens." Favors Foot Patrolmen Shepard also said he would favor, if the personnel can spared, assignment of foot patrolmen for the busines districts in such communities as Canoga Park and Reseda. ACCIDENT COST Cost of all accidents in the U.S. in a single year -would build about 300,000 first class school rooms which would house 9,000,000 pupils. G E N E R A L ! E L E C T R I C MOTHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY. 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