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Police Posse Nabs Sospect In Sex Case A nidii MI-pot it a of indecent e.\po-tre -wa-; «ti re-ted in the Hanscn Dam diea after mounted police v\cie helped -by a group of juveniles \\hcn belong to Corral 20 of Eques- j trian T r a i l s Inc. and a , mounted deputy from the -.Kewhall posse. ' j ' Booked on Friday" was j -Richard Wayne Reprogle 45, i ,'of Lancaster, \\ ho told police. ,he previously had been ar-I ested in San Luis Obi-po on .the same charge. | Hoi-semen Ottered Help " Rickards and R. J_. Edmunds |said two young gnl; riding 'horses in the area fir^t complained to thorn.' Later three others marie . the same com- pl'aint. While searching the area they were approached by the I ^» v · -* Equestrian Trails members j r ^ M V who offered their help. Vrf 1 ^ tar Two of the boys went to! the top of the dam and the; others weie spaced along a' line for about 400 yards in an effort to spot the suspect. T h e b o y s o n t h e d a m sighted him going over the' dam and trying to Sunday, Nov. 13, 1960 -fr Von Nuys (Colif.) NEWS--29-A Enrollment Bid Deadline Set Sons of Norway?' In Business f l P ^\!± c l!an Dinner for,, ^M f* . Parks Commission today had'Cpifiau Cafiivfl^u CISSSS Set ** Dec. S as the deadline for'* HUdy, 391111037 Beginning tomorrow adults bids on an a "'- vear The annual Sons of N'onvav , nnv emoU in ei«ht-\veeks | P° o1 to cour-.es in scvc-it "field's o f ; ciene S !a busine-^ tu'inms to be of- Rwld - fercd at Van 'Xuy; \tiult The SJxHioot J. bllilt at R«"»cho La;'utefisk and meatball dinner park - 5Q ° l Rodeo t^Ul be held Friday and Satur- *»' w'-njr from 5 to S plunge ^ U l ^ f * cach day in ^Norway - 1 131- Knar St., Van School, according: to J. W. h.i\c a .sliding icof so it can [Derksen, principal. he u-ftl Jor indoor swimming Courses being offered in- during the winter months. ' Lutefi.-k and lefso are tradi- clude typewriting, shorthand""""* -- ~ - ' -- **""" -- *"*"" -- j tional food-, review, business machines,! Further information about | n a v i a n people. bookkeeping, real estate law (i the»e and other courses may. In connection with the din- real estate appraisal and in- be obtained by telephoning ner, the ladie.s of the lodge These cl.v*e.- are offered a^lO p.m. on school days., or by a service of the LCN Angeles'calling iii person at the adult city schools, adult educationl.sehool office, which is located t Past commanders night for Van Nuys American Legion Post 193 is held at Knolhvood Country Club, Granada Hills. In front row from left are John Ussery, Richard Jeffres. A. T. Stiverson, Milo Thompson, Ernest Gibson, Frank Goetling and Dr. John Knowlton. In back row from left are present post commander Albert Saunders, Harold Najarian, Fred Plugge, Dewey Jessen, Charles Henningsen, Sam \,uuuy, Kalmen Held and Clarence Pogue. Post commanders night is annual event. The NCV-. photo Roby Heard Fire Causes $10,000 in Damages to Valley Firm Fire swept a Sherman Oak^onc-.story frame a n d stucco i patio furniture firm after it structure, i was burglarized causing about Police said » soft drink ma- Rcby Heard, 38-year-old Lo.s'§10,000 in damage. chine in the store, which is, escape., Angeles newsman, jesteiclayi Investigators said the fire, across the street from the; They called to the officers, iwas found murdered in his .possibly due to arson, started Sherman Oaks Chamber ofi 1 VI ' Suspect Identilied The officers said they ran three-room apartment in Hoi-! in a rear office of Bersand's,, Commerce, was broken open lywood. their horses for about three-i Police said Heard, night edi-' discovered at 2'20 a.m. 114637 Ventura Blvd., and was and the coins stolen. A check- fourths of a mile until theyi to r of City News Service, had spotted Reprogle hiding in a ditch in a new portion of McBroom St. Jack Wyle, member of the Newhall posse, helped the officers apprehend the man, then took care of their horses while the o f f i c e r s called a North Holl3~ivood police car and transported the suspect to jail. Three of the girls identified the suspect after he was taken into custody, the officers leported Delia Wilkinson Funeral Services Funeral services for Delia Wilkinson 79. of 8032 Cherrystone Ave, Panorama iCty, were conducted Friday in Wee Kirk o' the Heather, Glendale, Forest Lawn Mortuary in charge. Born, in Tennessee, Mrs. Wilkinson, came to Los Angeles County 31 years ago. Interment will be in Forest Lawn. Memorial-Park. Surviving are a son Harry A. Williams, Panorama City; a daughter airs..Daisy Jabries, San Francisco; one sister and one brother. been bludgeoned on the head as he sat eating a meal. The killer apparently robbed the victim, covered his fully clothed body with a sheet and blanket torn from his bed and fled from the apartment at 1805 N. Wilcox Ave. a f t e r locking the door. Heard had b e e n dead between 12 and 15 hours when he was found by the landlady, Mrs. Genieve Butler, shortly before 6 a.m. after he had Six units of firemen under platoon commander \V. R. Gross put out the blaze after it had heavily damaged the CAR HITS POLE; TWO VALLEY MEN Two men were injured seriously wh.en the car in which failed to report for work. ithcy were riding struck a A hammer found on a shelf I po^er pole at Tyrone Ave. I book also was missing. Asst. Chief Gross said the fire may have smoldered for an hour before bursting into flames, which gave off a thick smoke as they ate through the cotton padding of furniture in the building. The firefighters wore gas masks to battle the fire, which destroyed about one-third of the structure. The owners are Leonard C. Bloom, of 19602 Hamlin St., Reseda, and Herbert S. Bloom, of 13531 Rye St., Sherman Oaks. under some clothing was believed to be the m u r d e r weapon. It reportedly had traces of blood. ; The wallet of the newsman, who was paid Thursday, was empty and the only money! found in the apartment was a penny on the floor. Police later took a 20-year- old .admitted worshipper of Nazism into custody for questioning after it was learned Heard had interviewed, him for a news article. Det. SgC Jim Close, however, said he did not regard the youth,as a good suspect. Ptosi, Bolivia, is world's highest town, of any sizel-- and Hart St. bounced off and Illustrated on Page One crashed into the rear of another auto, officers reported. The injured men are the driver, John Anthony Port-j man 48, of 8113 Paso Robles Ave., Van Nuys; and John Holmes 68. of 6825 Kest'er Ave., Van Nuys. Both were taken to Valley Receiving Hospital. P o r t m a n suffered a cut nose, chin and throat and chest injuries, Holmes suffered multiple cyts of the' .face and skull, possible f r a ' c t u r e d skuj/1, shoulder and hip., Machinist Found Dead Kneeling, Over Open Bible Henry J. Guttenfelder 49, a machinist of 12621 Adelphia Ave., Sylmar, was found kneeling in death over an open Bible in his bedroom by his wife Helen, police reported. Investigators said Gutten- felder, an employe of Rocket- dyne, was depressed over money problems and apparently took his own life by swallowing an unknown drug on Thursday. % Two suicide notes were found in his dresser. Storm Thought to Have Caused Dog's Flight '·Mister Meat Head" li- CCIIM* Xo. 90-1750-1222) is lot-t, probably hungiy and certainly terrified. He is a long-haired, tri- colored c o m b i n a t i o n of bpringer spaniel and toy shepherd belonging to Richard H. Goslee, 19941 AVelby "Way, Canoga Park. The 7 · ye;ir - old white, brown and black pet of the Goslee home is a friendly but extremely shy animal. His owner thinks he probably became so terrified by the thunder and lightning of the storm a wefck ago that he leaped the back yard fence and ran away. Xo trace of his whereabouts has been found since liis disappearance and a phone call to Diamond 7-1969 that may lead to the dog's recovery Mill be gratefully' received. vestments. STate 5-5127 between 1 and branch. it (5535 Cedros A%e. will hold a bazaar and bake sale whicH will feature items to Rive as Christmas gifts. Tho public is invited to attend. (Advertisement) (Advertisement) (Advertisement) The new Town and Country series · swimming pools now make It possible everyone to have a top quality, fully guaranteed pool for $995 complete with filtering system and krene lined interior finish to give a lifetime of trouble free swimming this new "all year" swimming pooJ. COMPLETE SWIMMING POOL FOR ONLY $995. NOW YOU CAN SWIM ALL WINTER IN SUN-CONDITIONED COMFORT IN THE ALL HEW TOWN AND COUNTRY SWIMMING POOL Attends Conference C e c i l Brownstone, Van Nuys businessman and a director of the California Hearing Aid Dealers Association, is in San Francisco to participate in a regional conference of the Association membership. » TIME IS RIGHT TO PURCHASE YOUR CARPET! JeA. SHOP SEPULVEDA: 8747 SEPULVEDA BLVD. Mon.-Tues.-Wed., 9 to *--Thurs. Fri., 9 to 9-;-Saf. 9 to 7--Sun. 'til 6 CANOGA PARK: 21825 SHERMAN WAY Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-Sat. 9 to I Fri. 9 to 9--Sum 10 to 6 For Monday Tuesday Wednesday November 14-15-16 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED LEAN OR COUNTRY OUND ND SPARE RIBS SAVE 20^ lb The introduction of the new! Town a n d Country series! swimming pools now makes! it possible for everyone who does not own a swimming! pool to. have a top quality, fully guaranteed pool for $995 complete with filtering system and a krene lined interior finish to give you a lifetime of trouble free swimming in the new "all year" Town and Country swimming pool. With this n e w development in swimming pools plus the all winter enclosure, at slight additional cost, you now have a. combination in value and price that cannot be equalled Jordan Swimming Pools of Van Nuys, California n^s been selected as the exclusive dealer for this new scries swim- mine pools in the San Fernando Valley area. "Jordan Pools has been one of- the leading Valley pool builders for many years and has maintained a continuous policy of giving a customer the finest swimming pool possible for the lowest price possible," states the executives of Town and Country Corp. A spokesman states that liberal financing is available with no monthly payments until May, 1961. This feature in addition to 5 year financing makes it possible for every one who previously could noi afford to own a pool to enjoy a Town and Country swim- ning pool! Another advantage of own- ng the Town and Country swimming pool, in addition to a fully guaranteed pool, is a g u a r a n t e e that the monthly chemical cost will not exceed $2.50 while practically eliminating; maintenahca on your swimming pool. Herb Jordan, president of Jordan Pools stated, "We are the first to do It and we are happy to pass the savings along to the customer.? I Jordan Swimming Pools is located at 14445 Sherman-Way in Van Nuys, phona n\3paabe* STate 2-5320. CENTER CUT CENTER PORK Shoulder ROAST FRESH LOIN END Pork Loin ROAST THAIKSGIVHfG IS OMLY ONE WEEK AWAY! WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR. HUNTSINGER TURKEYS! SAHARA CARPET CLEARANCE ^Q^^ RRBBI ·MBSJjv vl · wt ft vl · iH SALE Oncc-o-ycar offering of beautiful and varied selection of Broadloom carpet by America's most respected manufacturers. ** CHOPPED EXTRA SPECIAL ! EXTRA SPECIAL ! Made By MOHAWK Made By GULISTAN Quality wool yarn, large variety of colors in plains and tweeds. 12 ft. and 15 ft. widths. Quality Woo! yarn--Light beige REDUCED TO REDUCED TO **?»« *^r PARTIAL LIST OF REMNANTS SHORT ROLLS Was NOW Penncrafr, wool tweed 9x15 142.50 7S.OO Wonicoweave, Hioh Quoliry Wool, whin 12x11-6 240.00 120.0O Pace, wool, shell beige 12x15 140.00 1OO.OO Loop pile wool carpet, light beige 12x12-7 224.00 125.0O Mohowlc wool, exrro heavy, pale row 12xi7 295.00 165.OO Fidelity wool, luxury corpct 15x27-4 690.00 415.00 Artloom wooluxury vhitc cut pile 15x22-6 .£ 525.00. 314.50 Pebble point, wool White 12x13-6 160.00 90.00; Sunvoliey wool, hi-lo White 12x37 300.00 200.0O Nomadic texture wool, Chinese modern 15x44-2 1055.00 593.00 Woolturf wool, brown tweed . 12x14-1 230.00 143.00 Viscose Tweed t . . .. - 12x6-11 25.00 12.00 Heavy Cotton Shog 6x9 45.00 27.50 OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 EXPERT INSTALLATION We Use Genuine 50-cz. Castle Pad by OZITE Bank Terms, Up to 36 Months 17238 VENTURA BLVD., ENC!NO ''SPA PER

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  1. Valley News,
  2. 13 Nov 1960, Sun,
  3. Page 29

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