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 - MRS.ROSENBLOOM them will be winners in the eyes...
MRS.ROSENBLOOM them will be winners in the eyes of their sponsoring organizations. Names of the 13 are announced today by Mrs. Harry Durst, chairman of Hourglass luncheon that Hilltoppers Auxiliary of the Assistance League of Southern California holds each year to raise funds to maintain the Valley's Volunteer Bureau. Seven of the 13 have been nominated for their unusual achievements in the civic leadership and cultural category and the other six for their years of service to philanthropic organizations and causes. Mrs. Philip E. Fixler, nominated by the Encino H i s t orical Society,- has been named in the first category for, among other services, acting as attorney for the society in its n e g o t iations with the State of California to operate Los Encinos Historical Monument as well as being active in the docent program. Mrs. Edward Ghormley of Woodland Hills is the American Assn, of University Women's nominee, One of her many contributions to the community was the founding of a human relations workshop "Society in Crisis," a four part "Crisis in Education" series. T h e Laurel Garden Club's nominee is Mrs. John C. Hopper, noted for. in addition to an arm's l e n g t h 1 ist of accomplishments, the founding of the Pierce College Nature Center of which she is a director, the establishment of the Braille Trail Walk and the Pierce Museum of Natural History. Mrs. Richard Roe of Encino, entered by the Prospectors Guild of Valley Presbyterian Hospital, is another nominee with a long, long list of activities. Among other things she has participated through Sepulveda Recreation Center and Olive View Hospital, and in addition has given countless hours to Valley Presbyterian Hospital. The 31st District PTA nominated Mrs. Joseph Spink of Pacoima for a variety of services, including her jobs as a liaison between parents and the board of education and S a c r amento, the latter w h e n s c h o o l district reorganization was pending. The Los Angeles City Schools Volunteer Program nominee . is Mrs. Daniel Strauss of Woodland Hills. She has been named for her assistance to school volunteer programs, specifically for her development of a school volunteer portable orientation team and for her development of a course of study for school volunteer t r a i n Ing courses now taught under adult education auspices. Another nominee in the civic leadership and cultural advancement category is Mrs. E. J. Turner of Sherman Oaks whose nomination submitted by the Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce was for a number of years, writes and tapes community news for broadcasting on the Community Service Program aired each Sunday morning on radio station KBBQ. Mrs. Charles Blair of Tarzana, who received her s o r o r i t y ' s own Outstanding Woman' of the Year Award for 1969-1970 for exceptional philanthropic work, has been nominated by Kappa Omicron of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, international sorority. Also listed in the philanthropic service category is Mrs. Charlton Dunn of Chatsworth. Her sponsor, the Chatsworth Junior Woman's Club, nominated her for work as member of the s c h o ol advisory board, Porter Ranch Planning Commission and Adopt-, aides, a volunteer group of adoptive parents who assist the Los Angeles County Bureau of Adoptions, plus her work in many other organizations. The San Fernando Valley Council, March of Dimes, nominated Mrs. Henry Fenebock- of Encino for her help in launching a much needed v o 1 u nteer program for SAN VALLEY ETHEL M. TAYLOR, Editor zation and also as member" of the Planning and Development Committee of"-' Valley Presbyterian Hos-"' '' pital. She also is a member' of the hospital's Las Pa- ' troncitas Guild. The 31st District PTA,' with one nominee in the .r civic leadership and cul- '^'.' tural advancement class,,. , has a second in the phi-';.'^ lanthropic. ( ' .- , She is Mrs. Leo Rosen-_ bloom of Arleta who has · served as PTA Welfare, ... Bureau manager and was, ; instrumental in organizing the district's feed-. ing, clothing, dental care,,. guidance and Christmas. . assistance programs for.. needy children. Mrs. Thomas B. Steel Jr. of Woodland Hills, nomi- -· nated by the San Fenian-. do Valley Alumnae of A1-. pha Phi Fraternity, is re-. - ceiving recognition for her efforts as the founding- , chairman of the Juniors of the Valley Committee for the Los Angeles Philliar- '. monic' Orchestra and also for hours spent on the orchestra's Docent Council,,.,. the coordinating board of ,.' Valley Debs of Assisteens : '. of the Assistance League, ? _. and for her own f rater- .,' n ity 's philanthropies. The two who'll receive. the awards were selected. last week, but names will be kept secret until the- . Hourglass luncheon. ,. ,. The Hilltoppers have.- .. also instigated a new . youth category this year with a medallion to be ·-·· presented to the teenager".--. voted most outstanding in' -~community service. N o.m i n a t i ons were judged by Mrs. Max G. - ... Kolliner, a member of the league's board of direc- -- - tors, Mrs. John LaFollette,. member of the Board of' Trustees of Los Angeles Community Colleges, and Mrs. Ralph - Boyer, president of the National Charity League of San Fer- Continued on Next Page

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  1. Valley News,
  2. 19 Jan 1971, Tue,
  3. Page 15

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