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THI N I W S Von Nuys (Calif.)--Sw^y. Much 21. Iff? Valley Students Seeking Places In Auto Contest Three Valley men are among seven top auto mechanic student* at Los Angelei Trade-Technical College competing for places on a team to represent the college May 12 in the Plymouth dealers troubleshooting contest. The three are Calvin Kooistra, Sepulveda; Larry Secley, Pacoitna, and Thomas Griffin, Burbank, all advanced students. Two will be selected on the team for the annual competition. Timothy Me In tyre Blasts Achievement of Bernard! Timothy Edward Mclntyre, candidate for City Council, Seventh District, ' today leveled the charge Councilman Ernanl Bernard! has been an "absentee councilman" in matter* vital to the growth and development of the Seventh District. Mclntyre stated "Bernard! and only Bernard! can shoulder the blame for lack of major street Improvements, utilization of green belts for parks and recreation areas, and lack of activity in attracting business and industry to the Valley." I Mclntyre called upon Bernard! to answer to tht voter* of the district why three-and- one-hah* years in office was not sufficient time to at least fulfill some of his original campaign promises .and why he was spending his last six months in office before the election, on April 6, frantically calling for exactinent of measures for the Seventh District that should have been acted upon long ago. Officers Installed In West Valley educational S p e c i f i c a l l y charged the incumbent Councilman had done nothing to help alleviate the plight of the cross Valley motorist who must every day fight traffic jams caused by unpaved and unimproved sections of our major thoroughfares. West Valley Toastmasters Club installed its officers at Barbata's Steak House in Woodland Hills. Members, wives and guests were present. New executive team elected at the previous meeting were Lou Grannis, president; Burt Burnham, vice president; John Guerre, administrative vice president; Ed Devore, secretary, Dan Lee, treasurer and Bill McClive, sergeant at arms. For club information contact Glen Dutcher at 886-0684 or Rich Hungate at 348-5867. SUPERCHARGED E V A P O R A T I V E COOLING S V S T F M ' j THE COOLER MAN 9 6 7 2626 · 3 4 3 4 LOOK AT 'IM GO! THE SPAGHETTI CHAMP! That left-handed Tony Montemarano on right is new spaghetti-eating champion of Valley State College. Notice how his southpaw style conveys succulent stuff'to his mouth faster than runner-up Steve Miller can eat, or third- place Mike Ritz, left. Winner ate for dear old Beta Sigma Phi, others for Zeta Beta Tau in one of stunts that marked Men's Week at college. TH»N«W« photo Marine Veterans Formed Club Hears lo Aid Roosevelt Campaign Group Formation of a person-to person campaign task force of San Fernando Valley Ma rine Veterans to elect Congressman James Roosevelt Mayor, April 6, had been an nounced today by prominent Valley attorney Harry Pre gerson, chairman of the citywide Marine Veterans for Roosevelt. Pregerson, a member of Van Nuys American Legion Post 193, the Disabled American Veterans Post 73, the Navy League, the Rctiied Of fleers Association, and the American Legion Luncheon Club, stated, "Marine veterans, especially those of us who served In the Pacific during World War II, enthusi astically back Roosevelt." WOB Nairy Cross We can testify that in the very tough provlng-ground of island warfare, he demonstrated outstanding leadership and courage, as an officer of Col. Carlson's famed Raiders," Pregerson said. Frank C a n n i i t r a c i of Sylmar, who was a member of the Second Marine Battalion of Raiders, added, "Congressman Roosevelt is no armchair patriot He participated In some of the heaviest fighting of the war Guadalcanal, Tarawa, and the Second Battle of Midway. And for personally saving three men from drowning in the heavy surf during the attack on Makin Island, he was awarded the Navy Cross " Nat Nezhni of Granada Hills, who also served with Carlson's Raiders, stated, "Officers and men who went into combat with Col Roosevelt respected and trusted Ms leadership. Front line Marines rated him 'a good man to have with you.' " VeteraM Ar» Listed Kenneth Fryburger of Sepulveda, who was with Roosevelt on Guadalcanal, added, "Congressman Roosevelt represents the highest traditions of Americanism. He risked life in defense of the United States for four years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps And he has devoted most of his civilian life to public service, first as an administrative assisanl to the President, then as a member of Congress from the 26th District " San Fernando Valley Marine Veterans Committee to Elect James Roosevelt for Mayor include: Canoga Park: Leon Selditz, Silver Dollars, Change Removed from Home Here Three hundred j-ihcr dol- lais ?n! SHXi in ini-cvlJanc- uis change was stolon from a home wluie the family was at a Parent Teachers Association meeting. West Valley Division officers rejwrtcd Amerigo Aloisio. designer,; 23136 Vanowcn St.. Canoga ; Park, told officers burglars broke inio 3ik house i^ome; tiro* between 7:10 and 9:45 p.m. Friday. They broke glass patto : doors to jraln entiy. then ransacked all drawers an the master bedroom and forced open a slmjjr frox, wJiirh OOTJ- i^incd ihf rbnnjjc, ·with .1 -rrw bar. officers said To Expand Library lo enlarge the «f Ycshiva University West Oast Division have been an- jwunced by Rabbi Lgozi, director. V i c t o r W e l l m a n ; Chatsivorth: William F. Wagner; Sncino: Gene L Coon, S. Francis Zeiler. Granada Hills: Nat Nezhni; ·forth Hollywood John Vluchmore, Paul Urge]; Vorthridge: Robert Hannah, David L. Shane, Raymond Silver, Del Stelck More Backers J,i«tcil Pacoima: Ijeon R Chap- nan, Robert A Knouse; Panorama City: Eldon It eland, leseda- Clifford R Lohr, Robert W Patton, Joe Rey; San Fernando: Michael Mateus; Sepulveda Ken- icth F. Fryburger; Sherman Daks- James C Joyce, Dan Nathan, Herbert B. Schlos- jerg Sunland: G. T. "Tom" Far- ·ar; Sun Valley: Charles F. Powers; Sylmar: Frank Can- listraci; Tarzana: Harold "Tiger" Palmer, Stanley P 'Iser; Topanga: Robert L. Slass; Van Nuys: Elbert Ingel, Carl Boles, Thomas C. Jndholm; Woodland Hills. larry Pregerson, Frank R. Shineburg. at Meeting Members of the Golden Age Club of Woodland Hills celebrating birthdays in March were honored when members and visitors met at the American Legion hall, 5320 Fallbrook Ave. Mrs. Joseph Heitz introduced the Heritage Singers, an organization of five Woodland Hills women. They sang varied and interesting songs to then own accompaniment on a variety of instruments. Mrs. Georgia Ackerman, park coordinator, spoke the club. She offered members any assistance she might give them in group activities. Following the program games were played and box chicken dinners were served. Club members will meet at the America Legion hall today at 10 a m »Tiri will leave by bus to spend the day at Knott's Berry Farm. Tuesday, April 13 at 1 p in. will be the next regular meeting of the club THANKS FOB BOOST--Congressman James Roosevelt, left, expresses gratitude to Harry Preg- erson, Van Nuys attorney, for foiTnation of Valley Marine Veterans Committee Group will work for Congressman's election as mayor THE ONE AND ONLY... BEST INSULATED --MOST RUGGED -PLUS EXCLUSIVE STYLING -*, wii^p * MPIw WMPWaWi MVIW VNM^i KM ·tFOftE YOU IUY, AND COMPARE THE VALUE WITH ANY OTHER! · EARLY BiRD CAMPERS · S632 mmi It, JWVttA t94 9343 M««. rtira fn. 9 t« *--$·». 9 M S--S«n. 11 M S U.S.D.A. 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  1. Valley News,
  2. 28 Mar 1965, Sun,
  3. Page 38

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