The Van Nuys News from Van Nuys, California on March 31, 1952 · Page 16
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» VAN NUYS. CALIFORNIA NEWS Monday, March 31, 1952 Elect Accountants '--- Two Van Nuys certified public Accountants have been elected members of the American Institute'Community .St. of Accountants, national professional society o CPA's. They are Sherwin J. Geiver, 5805 Kester Ave and Henry Eugene Howard of 13706 ISPOSAL Per Month Rental (Option to buy) THE FAMOUS WASTEMASTER WILL PULVERIZE: · BONES · * GLASS · PAPER · CELERY · CORN COBS Auf homed for Use With Cesspools This is the most revolutionary design in Garbage Dispossk on the market Icday! Silent, vibration-ires. Install in your home this week. Eliminate flies, rats, disease! FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION SUnset 3-5178 STonley 7-4522 WATER CROP: SEVENTY-THKEE BEAMING BEAUTIES who provide super service at Bob's Big Boy Drive-Ins, gather at Bob's Toluca Lake to show off their brand new blue and red uniforms. The new costume, in traditional "bell hop" style, represents an abrupt departure from the former western garb. "We're getting a lot of nice compliments," the girls say. Bpb's food chain now numbers eight locations in Van Nuys, Eagrle Rock, Glendale, Burbank, and Toluca Lake. Further expansion is contemplated as trained personnel make new openings possible. "We've come a Ions v/ay in 15 years" says Bob Wiaii, "but we will never sacrifice quality of food or service for addcil expansion." Owens Valley Runoff May Exceed 200% One of the largest water crops ever recorded for the Owens Valley- Mono "Basin area, from which Los Angeles receives the major portion of its water needs, is predicted for this y«ar. Spring and summer run- pil from near record-breaking snow packs may exreScJ 200 % of the long range normal. That prediction, based upon data compiled by Dept. of Water and Power hydrographers in their preliminary snow survey, was made today by Burton S.- Grant; chief j engineer of the water works. Average snow depths en courses surveyed by the department were: Cotlomvobd, 65 inches; Rock Creek, ,68 inches; Big Pine, 114 inches; I Mammoth-Minarettes, 150 inches. | After the department "snow ;men" make then" second and final survey early in April, it will be possible for hydrographers to make a more accurate estimate of this year's runoff from the High Sierra watershed. "Even if no additional snow falls in the interval between the two .surveys, the existing »now pack, which haf the highest water content ever recorded for this lime of year, assures the city of ample j ALASKAX GOJL1) water to keep the Los Angeles| Alaska's gold produced from Aqueduct operating at full capacity j 1880-1949 was valued at about throughout the year, and to iiii ail reservoirs to capacity," said Grant. "Water also will be available for spreading on Owens Valley lands to .replenish t!ie underground storage basin. This underground water may be pumped by the department during dry years to augment surface runoff," Grant stated. $652.5 million. Haircuts $1.00 MEX AND BOYS MONDAY THRU FK1DAY 4824 VAN NUYS BLVD. , 5EOR(5E HHAl'FEtt HtVKKSlDE AT VAN NUYS HAVE YOU A ROOM THE SUN MAKES'LIKE AN OVEN KOO.SHADE*S!!!! Screen will make it deSigtitfully cooler: Put an end to sv/cUer- ijng fa re cm s on ttie sunny It" 5 Sun lie at p o u r i n g t h r o u g h w i n d o w s that makes come room;; rn.'icar- aii/y boil K O O L S H A D E stops itist hc.it outsize . . . often keeps rooms 15 cc- £rc5s cooler! This brans': vabric ( m a d e lil:c a tiny Vcnc'.I.-,;'. blincl--.is fine z.:; inmct screen) in automalic. completely eft'cctivc. Ko elarc . . . reduces run-fail- uip. Full view and ventilation. Keeps out incccUu j-y"-- *·---L «·· g5gT" 52 25 jBgg TT- qBUB "J? rf\ j% Sun Screen FOR ESTIMATE WITHOUT OBLIGATION CALL 3645 San Fernando Road, Glendaie Citrus 3-4254 CHapman 5-3676 THREE LOCAL MEN AMONG INITIATES TAD BETA PI Three students from Van Nuys were in the 78 initiates at the chartering of UCLA's ne\v chapter of Tau Beta Fi, an honor society for enpineerin;; students comparable to Phi Beta Kappa for liberal arts sliuicnts, held Saturday night in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Entering: the professional society wore Thomas K. Tru.mbo. 15205 Sherman Way. and Jefferson J. Jamison and Nolan K. Jamison of KG 15 Vose St. D.-. Murrough P. O'Brien. Dean of t h e College of Engineering on the Berkeley campus of University of California, was principal speaker. The new UCLA chapter oC Tau Beta Pi. formerly the Engineering i Honor Society, will be called Cal-1 ifornia Epsilon. Chapters are already in existence at the University of California at Berkeley, USC, Stanford arid California Institute of Technology. Founded in 1S85, the engineering honor society now has chapters in 87 American colleges and universities. Pianist Byron janis Closes Concert Series Tomorrow Tomorrow night the Valley Com-; munity Concert Association will! present its final concert of this'j season, with Byron Janis. piano! virtuoso, as soloist. The program; \vill be given in Donna H. Hubhard j Auditorium at Van Nuys" High' School at 8:15 p.m. j Byron Janis. who is only 21 years of age, made ills first public, appearance at the age of nine when ho appeared in hi* home: town. Pittsburgh. Pa., in a re-; cital t h a t won him spectacular ac: claim. Kis mother then took him; to Ke\v Yorl; where he started hisj musical career in earnerf. At the] age of 15 he was soloist with the NEC Symphony. ! In t h u years thru follower! lie has; toured this country. South America and England, consistenty receiving; press praise as a veteran artist of j astoundingly mature talent. Nothing in the literature for the piano seems to lie beyond the reach of his technical powers. Under leadership of John L. Zimmerman, president of the music group sponsoring this series of concerts, outstanding music events have been brought to the Valley at a very nominal cost to the audience. Plans are now. under way for next year's music series and \vili be announced within a few days. FIRST ZOO Philadelphia is believed to have established the first -zoo in the U.S. in 1874. Let Us Do Your . . . ING Do it now--Easter will be \here before you know it. Either bring ' in your own clothes or call us and we'll Kive you prompt pickup and delivery service. DOUGLASS CLEANERS "We Keep the Spots" --AND-We Operate Our Own Plant 14424 Friar St., Van Nuys STate 5-1633 Ready to Record Approved by the City Council j Tor recording as the tract map for| property lying northerly of Valeric j St. and iveslerly o£ Ami go Ave..: and properly lying southerly of I Vanowen St. and westerly oi Shirley Ave. IMPORTS SAXD FOR GLASS .. Egyptian glass manufacturer, whose plant is near the limitless sands of the Sahara Desert, imports all the sand for his glass fac- i tory from Europe. 8747 BLVD., 21825 WAY, CAN06A STORE HOURS.- Mon.-Wed. 9 to 6 Thurs -Sat. 9 to 9 E 2-2655 or 2-2 THE MARWICK MARKET MON., TUES., WED., Mar. 31, April 1 2 Brakes that GRAB or pull to LEFT or RIGHT ore Especially^ \DANGEROUS on et, Slippery Roads. i Don't Take Chances... Get a otm MEAT DEPT. That- Outstanding Montana ACON Siiced (Limit 3 Ibs.) SjHHHHHBB ^^^^^^^^'''''''^''^'^'''^^^'^^·^^·······^···^^·······MUlilHllpil^^ IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT Reg. 3.75 Value. AT THE SEPULVEDA STORE ONLY THIN SKIN JUICE ANGES IN OUR DELICATESSEN SLICED BOILED None Sold to Dealers -- Quantity Rights Reserved 1. Remove front wheels and inspect lining. 2. Clean, inspect front wheel bearings. 3. Inspect brake drums. 4. Check brake fluid. 5. Adjust brake shoes to secure full contact with drums. 6. Carefully test brakes. ANY MAKE CAR MOTOR TUNE-UP SPECIAL 3.50 HERE'S WHAT WE DO: 1. Clean, Test, and Adjust Spark Plugs 2. Clean and Adjust Distributor Points 3. Check Ignition Timing 4. Calibrate and Adj.ust Carburetor 5. Inspect Fuel Pump 6. Check Generator Brushes HEADQUARTERS FOR FIRESTONE TIRES Open Saturday Unti! 6 P.M. VICTORY AUTO SERVICE 14412 Victory Blvd. STate 5-4221 Now Has ·?- First of the Week At Week-End Special GOLDEN RIPE--SOUTH AMERICAN Sweet No. 1--Spanish Eastern Pork Grade 'A'--From Iowa Boneless Picnic--3=lb., 8-or. Union Royal--Top Quality--All Meal FRANKS Golden Creme LARGE LOAF c Whole Kernel-12-oz. Vac. Can IS CORN c KOUNTY KIST PEAS Market Hours--Monday Thru Thursday and Sunday--9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITH WHOLES-ALE MARKETS rSPAPERf rSPAPERf

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