Dr. Celentano - Los Angeles County Disaster Rescue Team - 1973

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3MEMBERS of Los Angeles County County medical rescue team display some of equipment they use duiing disaster situations while participating in California California Wing, Civil Air Patrol, program program at Van Xuys Airport. From left are Leon'Richman, Eugene D. Gir- rson. John Celentano, and Paul Bilder. Bilder. all doctors, and Joyce Rose, registered registered nurse. Purpose of CAP demonstration demonstration was to show group's capabilities capabilities when disasters strike. CIVIL AIR PATROL Cadet Tambara Tambara Limpus shows county officials her skills as radio operator during CAP emergency preparedness demonstration demonstration at Van. Nuj r s Airport. From left are Ed Russell, director of dis- aster service. Los Angeles Red Cross; Miss Limpus; Capt. R. P. Montgomery. Montgomery. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept.: William Frank, Civil Defense coordinator, and Capt. Melvin L. Leydecker, Leydecker, Los Angeles City Fire Dept P O I N T I N G t» communications equipment is Maj. Jane Hedges, emergency emergency services officer of California Wing, Sector Echo. Civil Air Patrol, who was project officer during wing's demonstration on emergency preparedness preparedness yesterday at Van Nuys Airport Airport Participating in event, from left, are Lt. Jon Setter, U.S. Coast Guard; Sidney Messer, MD, medical director for American National Red Cross; Lt. Col. James Mock, commander of Echo Sector, Civil Air "Patrol, and Maj. Hedges. Representatives of about 50 county agencies observed demonstrations demonstrations by CAP personnel, "nic N.-W S photos Vacationers Return to Find Items Missing While he was on vacation, vacation, burglars entered the home of Robert Joseph K f n d e l o n , 5810 Colfax Ave., North Hollywood 'and removed $40 in cash and articles valued at a total total of $680, police reported. reported. Funeral Rites Slated for Composer Arthur Freed Private funeral services will be conducted today for Hollywood composer and songwriter Arthur Freed, who died Thursday at UCLA Medical Center. He was 78. Freed wrote such songs as "Singing in the Rain," "I Cried for You" and Pagan Pagan Love Song." Movies he produced included "An A m e r i c a n In Paris," widow Rene and a daughter. daughter. Mrs. Barbara Saltzman Saltzman of Los Angeles. and some of its scientific and technological roots can be traced back as far as 1790. T he hybridization of corn, wheat, and other cereal cereal grains and the "green revolution" can be traced to a reservoir of basic k n o wledge in genetics from which tne concept of hybrid vigor emerged in 1908. These are but two case histories of technological innovations included in a report recently completed for the Division of Science Resources Studies in the National Science Foundation. Foundation. The report, "Science, T e c h n o l o g y and Innovation," Innovation," is based on a study of technological innovations innovations of high social impact that involve a variety variety of technical fields. The study Avas carried out over a period of 18 months by a team of natural natural and social scientists The study illustrates the diverse contributions of science and technology to innovation and also examines examines the importance of non-scientific factors in the innovative process. "The findings of this Study should prove useful to those interested in the s t i m u 1 a tion of technological technological innovation," said Dr. H. Guyford Stever, "and could help provide a basis for future planning and policy." Besides the heart pa- c e in a k e r and .hybrid grains, the study is based on the following case histories: histories: · E 1 ectrophotography --the process of copying written and printed material material by electrical rather than chemical processes. · Input - output economic economic analysis -- a technique technique for analyzing the makeup or structure of national economies. County Disaster Equipment, Civil Air Patrol on Display Representatives of more t h a n 5 0 Los Angeles County agencies involved in disaster relief activities gathered at Van Nuys Airport Airport yesterday to meet with officials of the Cali- fornia Wing, Civil Air Patrol, Patrol, and witness- a display of CAP personnel and e q uipment available to support disaster relief activities activities in the county, were representatives from a number of major hospitals, hospitals, emergency organizations, organizations, the Los Angeles County Fire Dept., Sheriff's Sheriff's Dept., and Health Dept., the U.S. Army and Coast Guard, independent ambulance" sendees and other groups. Approximately 300 CAP senior members and cadets cadets from as far away as San Diego, Palm Springs and Orange County participated participated in the event although although the bulk of the CAP group came from Los Angeles County. On display were aircraft, aircraft, logistic and special purpose vehicles, commu- n i c ations facilities and other equipment used for such activities as mountain mountain rescue and radiological radiological monitoring. CAP project officer for t h e demonstration was Maj. Jane Hedges, emer- g e n cy services officer. Maj. Hedges also is a registered registered nurse and an active active member of the disaster disaster coordinating committee committee of Los Angeles County Medical Association. Association. T h e emergency preparedness preparedness exercise was a function of Sector Echo (Southern California sect sect o r ) o f the California Wing. Lt. Col. James Mock is Sector Echo commander. commander. One of the Civil Air Patrol's Patrol's primary operational missions as the official civilian civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force is to assist state and local agencies in disaster disaster relief. Electronic Gear Set at $537 Taken A stereo tuner, turntable, turntable, speakers, a set of head phones and assorted record albums valued at a total of $537 were stolen from the home of Raymond Raymond C. Dembroge, S720 DeSoto Ave., Canoga Park, police reported. West Valley Division officers officers said burglars used a pass key to enter Dembroge's Dembroge's apartment Thursday Thursday evening. IF YOU'RE BETWEEN 8 80 YEARS OLD IF YOU'VE NEVER PLAYED AN ORGAN AND ALWAYS WANTED TO: COME TO OUR FREE CLASSES Starting Monday Evening April 2nd at 7:30 P.M. We will have Bill Me Lead, p very fine organ instructor instructor show you how easy it is to learn the keyboard, play a melody using chords and foot pedals. He will also instruct you on using the "one man band" to make you sound like a pro. Our Thursday evening intermediate class will continue continue as usual at 7:30 P.M. Instructed by "Maqqie" Behlen. 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Battelle documented the case histories for the heart pacemaker, hybrid grains, electrophotography, input- output economic analysis and organophosphorus insecticides. insecticides. The histories of the three other cases had been documented in an earlier study which investigated investigated the fundamental fundamental research origins of cert cert a i n t e chnological innovations. innovations. Using the historical In-- f o rmation contained in these eight cases, the Battelle Battelle team then identified a n d a n a l yzed events which provided a -major and essential impetus in each of the innovations. T h e t e a m a l s o i n - vestigated charaeteiistics common to the set of innovations innovations and categorized the research involved. The project team exam- EVAN'S THRIFT SHOP 721 SO. VICTORY BIVD. BURBANK FREE! I WILL PICK UP ANY USABLE [ITEM I.E. USED FURNITURE | CLOTHING -- ANY DIS- JCARD ITEMS FREE OF ICHARGE. 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  1. The Van Nuys News,
  2. 15 Apr 1973, Sun,
  3. Page 11

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