Clipped From Valley News
Thursday, June 15, 1961 jf Von Nuys (Colif.) NEWS--37-A OLD GAVEL, NEW DUTIES ACCEPTED Commanders, presidents of Van Nuys Post 193 and Aixiliary of American Legion, Legion, gather for installation ceremony at which new heads of veterans' organization organization are seated. From left are Al Saunders, p a s t coirmander; Lois Osborne, Installing officer; Jo Pogue, past auxiliary president; l l i l d r e d Godfrey, new president, and Fred W. Plugge, commander. Plans Talk on Birch in Video Show D i s s e n t e r - ; \ \ i l l be the theme when "PM Kci-t Â· P.M \Y(st'' screen.-; M u n d a y ,u | 1130 p.m., channel 11. a n d . heading the list will be J i m Hurt, wartime friend of John Birch, who di'-cii'-ses Hiii-h'-^ death and says Birch n e v e r | would support the soaeu which bears his name. Other guest-s from the east are Earle Reynold* who sailed into forbidden Pacific atomic testing z o n e - - : P. D. Ea--t. Mississippi p u b l i s h e r \\ ho b a c k e d desegregation, a n d Monica Boyar. who entertains with songs and discusses her non - singing activities w i t h | Dominican group.-. AS ho were trying to overthrow Trujillo. i Mike Wallace, East Coa.-t| master of ceremonies, stated, "\Ve are not a nation of sheep --there are people who disagree disagree violently." In the \Ve-4 Coa^t portion | of the . s h o w , Terrence O'Flaherty O'Flaherty (ii^cu^ses the vogue of reading poeu y to jazz. Prof. I r \ \ m Corej delivers a comic |monologue and join? pianist , Joe Bu^hkin to perform "The ,Storv of Jazz." The NeÂ»s photo OFFER 'IONIZED' AIR MACHINES AT VALLEY VAN NUYS--Now open for; business is the new firm called Purified Aire, with offices offices at 15417 Hart St. The company, a branch of the parent firm in Wisconsin, deals in machines whic hpro- duce '"ionized" air. Beneficial effects of the air have been observed in New York state mental hospitals for the past 10 years, with i its use producing a "tranquil-' izing effect on patients," according according to reports. James Gallagher, spokesman spokesman for the l o c a l company, stated that sailors on Navy submarines may breathe negative negative ionized air on long underwater underwater cruises and benefit by "an increased sense of well-being." He stated also that a North j Hollywood printing plant uses the machine to solve a dust problem in the linotype room. 'There are many more ap- pl cations.'' said Gallagher, "and smog is one of them."' PLAN FREE BAND CONCERTS SUNDAY MANUFACTURE FEED Livestock f e e d is to be '.made from citrus peel in a !"Ne\v Pretoria, South Africa, factory. Free band concerts will be presented in the Los Angeles parks Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m., by the Los Angeles Bureau of Music, Dept. of Municipal Art. The weekly concerts are cosponsored cosponsored by Musicians' Union, Union, Local 47, through a grant provided by the music performance performance trust funds of the recording industries. They are: Point Fermin -- Angeles Band, Herb Wilkings, conduc- tor; Lincoln Park Concert Baid, Gabriel Bartold, con- dufl-or; Rancho Cienega Park Urten Band, Millard Lacey, coniuctor, and MacArthur Park Philharmonic B a n d , Lotis Palange. conductor. Ii addition to the band con- cens a community sing, and variety programs will be held fron 2 to 4 p.m. in Orcutt Paik, 21S16 Lanark St., Canoga Canoga Park, with Howard Berghern Berghern sing leader, and talent fron the Three Arts Studio. Bushmen Outsmart Census Counter in South West Africa When Koot Theron was assigned assigned by the Bureau of Census Census to count noses among a remote tribe of Bushmen in Southwest Africa, he t o o k along a number of gifts to induce cooperation. The gifts, however, especially especially the tobacco and malt beer, produced an overzeal- ousness to be counted. Theron began to suspect that some of his charges were being recorded recorded two or three times. Being resourceful, he started started marking each Bushman's nose with his ball-point pen. This tactic eliminated t h e problem, as water is much too precious to use for washing. l *Â· T HI-BUTCH MEATS 8055 Woodman Are., Panorama City - EM 4-4201 BEEF-O-RAMfl T-BONE STEAKS Porterhouse SIRLOIN (4 STEAKS 1 STAKS RIB STEAKS CLUB STEAKS SIRLOIN TIP ROASTS CHUCK STEAKS ROUND BONE ROASTS PRIME RIB ROASTS SEVEN BONE ROASTS FOR YOUR FREEZER LEO'S CHIPPED BEEF CHIPPED HAM BEEF THINS HOURS: THLfRS. Ffil. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. SAT. 9-7 SUN. 9-6 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! At A recent meeting of creators. I purchased EMBASSY CLOTHIER!: A\r IMRASSY'!! KX'GHT CLUB . . . loth stoics ht -.led in RIShDA . . . I mittij to sell , cginnmg T H U R S D A Y . J U N E 15th, at 10 a.m., t le entire tnie'ifottts of '" both store* a! authentic RbDl'Cl 10SS of 5Q?c to "w,' e Ol-t-. during a GIGA I 1C "REORGANIZATION SALE."-- '' ettry h\uitoHr. n eH-biotiti ,,icn' gat went //Â·Â«Â· two fine itotti jca'.ttitd utll be SACRIFICED dating tins SALE. 1 hate been A wtv/'r apfwl mm/W n, Los Angela for oter 2 ) ,Â«rr and I assuie you tir, cpchi'.son of iuwtcv. du,,nr rZlnt- - TM '"''"'Â· ", ( ' hc " 1 Md ho Â»"' Mf - ' h ' :ie "I'Jt viable 30 DAY r^ular or 6 MONTH mohing Â£ CHARGE ACCOL.\H -died b) oÂ«r ou ,, CREDIT DEPT._Â«hnh I PLEDGE n III ,cmam the p,ot-i,t) oj ROM'S ISC., . . ana at Â»Â° "Â»?"" cld to FINANCE or BUDGET COMPANIES. I hast v,u Â«Â·/// benefit "SAVINGS- U'lSb" Â« dating this REORGANISATION SALE. RESPECTFULLY George H. Rom PRESIDENT OF ROM'S INC. 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