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Bugle Corps Color Guard ; flEPULVEDA-- Ttw all-girl Color Guard and drummers of tht Antlers Drum and Bugle Corp* hava been in- Ttted to present the Colors for San Fernando Valley State O6lleg*\ when it opens its football Mason on Saturday at p.m. at James Monroe High School, 9229 Haskell Ave. ' Th« Color Guard was sent by Van Nuys American Legion Post 193 to represent it at the California American Legion atate convention held in June at San Bernardino. All UT* in Vallty The Guard, making its first competition appearance anxJ competing against 21 other Color Guards came In fifth ri place among the top 10. tlThV Color Guard is comprised of girls from all sec- lions of the San Fernando Vali . .. lfcy,.and Is under the direction b( Jlnv,Davls with assistance from EddirMarch. *;*it now ia preparing special · Slate Meet r on Water · ^ * * Pollution The President's Advisory Board on Water Pollution Control will meet Tuesday and Wednesday in Los Angeles, it had been announced today by William E. Warne, at a U director of water resource* and a member of tha nina man federal board. On next Tuesday the board will tour the Lo« Angeles metropolitan area, visiting a pol* lution control experiment at Azusa, a waste water reclamation plant in. Whittier Narrows, water p e r c o l a t i o n basins in the San Gabriel Valley, a sea water intrusion barrier project at Manhattan Beach and the Hyperion sewage treatment plant. On next Wednesday at the Statler Hilton Hotel In Lo§ Angeles, the board will hear reports from local officials at test categories will b« made at a public meeting from 9 a.m. this meeting, Miss Smith.said. Meeting Set by Chaparra Poets Group Plain for th« annual spring po«try contesta will bt the main buataesa at tbt September atau board metttnc of tht California Federation of Chaparral Poeta at 1 p.m. Sunday In Hody'a M i r r o r Room at Hollywood Blvd. and Vine St, Hollywood. The state board meeting Is open to all members and their; guests, a c c o r d i n g to Eve Smith of Loa. Angeles, «tate president. .. The board members include 30 Chapter presidents; as well as all state officers ind chairmen. Pri*e* Are .Slatof Final selection of adult con- to 4:30 p.m. There will he a banquet that evening at 7 o'clock. She pointed out that there are four school contents and two adult contest categories al- Speaker of the evening will ways open to non-members tfrjlls for thf state competi ton to be held in June 1964 in Mcramento. Tt also will ap JMrir ; with the Antlerettes (fnajorettes) and Uie Drum knd Bu^U Corpi in many of pcominf parades for the season throughout the Southland, with appearances ·j. tht Culver City La Ballon* Days, Buena Park-Silverado |Xays and the Pomona Fair. il l«Tft« Girtd tn JnlB al?o lias been Invited to orm at PTA meetings for Junior high schools. ·rIThere are openings In the Ipiard" f o r ' g i r l s between the of 12 and 18. Further in- be Assemblyman Carley V. Porter of Complon, chairman of the Assembly Interim committee on water. fcjrmation Tnay he obtained by calling Mr?. .Tuck Polcar ai ST 5-9710 or Mrs. AI Faz- at ST ran SldndinQ on Freeway Slrack, Serieusly Injured FwwdSenrkc Conducted ter Margaret teaman r ^ \ -Funeral services for IfTgarct S. Form an Ave A Lo* Angeles man suffered major injuries when struck by a small auto as he stood in a traffic lane on the Ventura Freeway east of Haskell Ave,. police reported. The I n j u r e d pedestrian, Lawrence Davis Ratekin 52, was taken to Valley Receiving Hospital early Tuesday with a fractured leg. probable fractured wrists, multiple abrasions and cut*. Daniel Ball of Glendale. who each year. Award-winning poem* are read and cash prize* given out at the organization's annual state convention in May. Marxret F r t d e r l c k a of Woodland Hills, organliation chairman for Southern : California, will r e p o r t on the forming of a new Valley Chapter, reactivating the former John Steven McCroarty · * 5 Years In Prison Given Actor for Robbery of Bank - ' An unemployed 'actor who pleaded guilty to robbing - a Magnolia Park bank WAS sentenced to fivt yeara. in federal prison. Louis C. Lyda 33, of 1217 Screenland Ave. r Burbank, received the aentcnce from U.S. Judge Thurmond Clark, who stipulated that parole eligibility should begin at any time. Lyda pleaded guilty to the $280 robbery of the Magnolia Park branch of the Security First National Bank. * , Wucrth Succeeds Krabiel * v In Pacific Telephone Job r , - - t - · . David N f . Wuerth ha* been named to succeed retiring Bill Krabiel as Ventura district commercial manager for. Pacific Telephone. Krabiel, who has headed up Pacific's bUHineM activities her* since 1945 when he wa* appointed manager of the FUNERAL SERVICE CONDUCTED FOR ROUND L NUNGLE Funeral services for Rolar.d L, Mungte of 13255 Reedley St., Van Niiys, were conducted Tuesday in the Church of the Hills, Hollywood Hills. Born in Puryear, Tenn., he came to the local area eight years ago, and wa« a nur*« In an osteopathic hospital. He died Friday at the tf* of 71, leaving his widow/Maude; four tons, James, Anaheim; Lee, Sepulveda; Loyd, St. Charles. Mo.; Marvin, Phoenix, Ariz.; two daughters, Mrs, Thelma Wolfbrandt, San Diego; Mr?. Helen Bova, East St. Louis. 111.; three brothers. Ifi grandchildren and one great-grandchild.' The Rev. C l a r e n c e A. Moore, North Hollywood Baptist Church, officiated. Interment was in Forest Lawn M e m o r i a 1-Park Hollywood Hills. Ventura office, will retire effective Oct. l, bringing to an end a communications career that spanned a period of nearly 40 years, Wuerth, who currently re- ·idei in Whittier, began his phone career In 1953 In Cincinnati ai a gtaff aulatmnt in the commercial department of the Cincinnati Suburban Boll Telephone Co. He worked'hln way through various poflitipns 'of Increasing responsibility with the Cincinnati company and came west In 1900, taking a position as Kales manager for Pacific in San Diego. He then held posts as public office manager and unit manager in the company's Huntington Park diitrict, where he belonged to the Huntington Park Kiwanls. Wuerth graduated from Miami University of Ohio In 1960 with a Bachelor'a degree In business administration. He and his wift Vivian have three children -- Diant 10, Vickl a, and - R a n d y Man Says $1072 In Clothes Taken * ^ , Edward Let Martin, 4462 Murietta Ave., Sherman Oaks, reported to police he returned to his apartment to find $1072 in clothing had stolen. Martin said money on a dresser in the apartment was not taken in the burglary discovered Monday morning. " _ Sand-Blasting Machinery Taken; Valued at $5310 P L ' S a n d* blasting equipment valued at $5,^10 was stolnn from the Eric Lundeen Co. Inc., 15.^:39 Omard St M It was reported to police. : : f ··! .The equipment, in an open field industrial area, was reported missing on Sunday by Wilbert E. Therman of Los Angeles. He,.said somt of the equipment was hanging from a 75-foot high oil tank and added that all of It was quite heavy. Included was $400 In equipment stolen from a locked truck on the property, the report said. VALLEY WHOLESALE MEATS Wk*f«oU to HM Public PERSONAL SIRVI KINO TUJUMQA AVL H H.K. NO. Of VAMOWIN KOtTH HOLLWOO* SPECIALS THURS. THRU WED. THURS. (9 to 6) FRI. (9 to 8) SAT., MON-, TUES. f WED. (9 to 6) CLOSED SUNDAY PO 6-3963 TR 7-901S SPECIALS --THURS., SIFT. 19rii THRU WED. SEPT. 25tK EAK T« Show Rookwark* Air members of the new chapter and other V a l l e y poets interested in joining it are invited to attend the state board meeting if possible. New Chaparral Poet book marka will be displayed. They are green on yellow, feature the "official aong" poem written by E t h e l MacDermott Johnaton, and carry the Ch*- ptrral symbol designed by Constant* Walker of Lot An- of 4376J North Hollv had been a passenger on Ratekin'a motorcycle, ttid . , -*,.. . the 'cycle had rtmck jomeL Typography was by WUfrcd object on the freeway a few H ro ^ n ,, ,, TM?* ^ W " minutes before and" thrownl North Hollywood. them both off. They dragged the 'cycle to one sWe and Ratckin apparently walked onto the freeway to see what] About 23% of tht Mtumln- ihev had hit. ous coal produced in the U.S. PORTERHOISE STEAKS SPENCER STEAKS BONELESS STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK CLUB STEAKS urface Mining CHOPS WILSONS COtN KINO SLICED BACON wood, were conducted Mon- gm11 CJi dr|ven by Forest Lawn Mortu- try tn thf Church of the Hills, Hollywood Hills. i'-Born in Ventura, she rcsid-j ·d in thin state all her lifej came to the local area -WJ ago. She was a mem-! ber of the r. E. O, and past] pre*Ment of the chapter court.| She was al?o active in political circles. * a* di«1 Friday at 7^. She leaver a , two daiiEht^rs:. Mr5, El- L. TjiikJfTi ami Mr,*. L- Match, ali by Roland F. Wagner 28, of Los Angeles, the report said. ia surface-mined, while in Great Britain only % Is re. covered that way. MEATS WI DOilMJ WRAP. CUT TO OtDCft FREf Of CHAMC--GLAD TO MA«IN ATI KM YOU. r ····^^^^^^·^·^^^^^^·^^^i^ USDA CHOICE QUICK FROZEN Nat to SIDES USOA CHOICE B PFC bbl · · · · · · · · · · · · A H · A. ·· .A mm UM9A tm^itt Hairstylist? HBEEF HINDQUARTERS f t s ye« n- « dividwol inttrocttoi. Fatkions top Mien stylist, Mr. foul, end «n ROAST SPEOULTT ITEMS ·ONCLCSS ROLLED RUMP ·* SIRLOIN ROAST MXIO MUNT llrs. Sarah Barry, San ·wl three jrrandchiMmi. Interment was tn Forest il-r*rk Hotly- froodHUav. staff ·ONCLtSS XHomoaaoo TtAtUNC At A ^»r ^* Von Nuyi (Cotlf It, Ittt vs. s ON OCT. 1 David N:'Wuerth, teft, will gi retiring Bill Krabiel, right, as Ventura district commercial manager for Pacific Telephone. L I Q U O R CLOSE-OUT! 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  1. The Van Nuys News,
  2. 19 Sep 1963, Thu,
  3. Page 40

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