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remembered late on cuts driven oi near to his on sup side Inc. Rafters Realtors Announce Winners of Homeowner Essay Contest 1 "Judith Ann Blackman, student at South Downey Junior High School, and Gary Taylor, student in Ana High School, were named »s first-place winners the California Real Estate Association's annual statewide DEVIOUS WAYS ARE PROPOSED TO 'FIX' SMOG essay contest on, 'Why I want- to Own My Own Home,' at the ·* CREA Old Timers and Awards Banquet at the Statlcr Hotel," announces Charles T, Corbin, president of San Fernando Val- Jey Real Estate Board Inc. 'He added that the two excited excited youngsters received beautiful beautiful gold trophies, presented by board member Joseph B. Carnahan Carnahan of Tarzana, chairman of the California Real Estate Association's Association's realtor-public relations relations committee. Event Is Featured As part of their reward the students will be flown to Sacramento Sacramento during the v next session session of the State Legislature, will meet the Governor and then read their essays before a combined session of the Senate and Assembly. Entries to the contest were received from over 200 California California schools. Winning essays are selected from entries judged winners in local contests sponsored sponsored by realty bosrds in Conjunction Conjunction with thepcliooi^system and often the newspapers in their areas. The presentation to finalists has become an outstanding outstanding event of the CREA convention, Adds to Gary Taylor in his essay told of the advantages of home ownership ownership which ajiow a person freedom a n d independence. "The American home is a proving proving ground for self-expression where a home-owner can build, decorate and landscape to his own liking," said the high school student. He staWd that the American home is the guardian of democracy. Grammar school student Judith Judith Ann Blackman in her essay essay said, "Owning a home gives one a feeling of security and adds strength to the dignity and self-respect of the owner." She stressed that "home ownership ownership makes for a stronger America and I want to add to that strength by owning my own home. This is my American American heritage." Honorable Honored mention awards j To paraphrase Mark Twain. people are always talking about the smog and some doing something about it. For instance, these communications communications were received an£ filed by the City Council, and petitioners petitioners advised that matter of smog is under the jurisdiction jurisdiction of the County Ail Pollution Pollution Control District. From Henry A". Walter, suggesting use of termi- ation agents, such as halogen, ated hydrocarbons, to combat smog. From Charles E. Set tt, requesting requesting that his equipment be installed In either a refinery refinery or steel mill, which ei.v ur jieei mm, wnicn salvage materials going into*5- the air. From Stetson Kiefcile. sub- mhting sketch showing removal removal of smog underground through air 'ducts running through storm sewers. From Cecil J. Brown, submitting submitting suggestions relative to burning in incinerators. From Mrs. Thekla M. Wrf. ney, suggesting the replanting replanting of foliage trees to absorb poisonous gases and prevent smog from descending to the ground. are being presented to the following: following: Violet' Witmond, Lakewood; Vernon Yett, Fullerton; Sheryl Roberts. La Habra; Charles Rice, Newport Beach; Mary Jane Amodia, ,San Bernardino; Marjorie Schram, San Clemente; Clemente; Frances Land, San Francisco. Francisco. Also, to Lenora Palmer, Santa Santa Barbara; Sandra Little, South ate; Julie Anne Young, Venice; Venice; Quinton Lane, Garden Grove; Pam Hoffman. Whlttier, and Ellene Regalia, El Cerritd. LOS ANGELES MAN HURT IN COLLISION A Los Angeles man was taken taken to Sun Valley Receiving Hospital with major injuries after his auto anr! one driven by e young woman collided H: San. Fernando Road and Kage] Canyon St, police report. The injured man was James Louis Lambert, 34 who received received chest and intpmal injuries Jennie Lambert, 62 riding \\rh him also was treated for a head'. The ether driver Marilyn C. George, 19, of Kagel yon St., received minor injuries but was not treated Pat Erickson Wins t Top County Fair Awards for Poultry Pat .Erickson, an Alpha at Valley Junior College, entered four Bearded Mille Fleur Ban., tarns in the Los Angeles Couiflj

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  1. Valley News,
  2. 16 Oct 1955, Sun,
  3. Page 28

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