The Van Nuys News from Van Nuys, California on April 11, 1968 · Page 59
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The Van Nuys News from Van Nuys, California · Page 59

Van Nuys, California
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Thursday, April 11, 1968
Page 59
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Thursday, April 11, 1968--Van Nuys (Calif. T H E N E W S fctMM Watt-IS-l Norrti-15-l lur.-25-A Central-13-B Cub Scout Pack 436 Tours Phone Firm .SEPULVEDA - "Communication" being the theme of the month, Cub Scout Pack 436, iponsored by the Men's Club of Sepulveda Methodist Church, 15435 Rayen St., were invited to tour the Pacific Telephone Co. by Miller Shelton and Warren Leonard. All tour dens, plus the Webelos were shown through the Information room, power room and central offices and the plant service 'center at the Cedroi Ave. office. Afterwards each boy received a email telephone key ring as a memento. Skit Accompanying the boys were den mothers and their assistants, Shirley Weinstein, . Elaine Garrison, Anita Jones and Rusty Cameret. Following the trip, the Cub Scouts presented a skit on the theme of "Communication." Den One, led by den mother Cathy Porter, with Roderic Moss, Randy Porter, and guests,-Scott Lay ton and Allen Porter took part in it. The Flag presentation and Color Guard were formed by Den Three with den chief Don aid Weinstein, Stuart Stelngold, Marc Lewis, Ned Bassatti, and Robert Wyman doing the honors. A mid-season change of officers was announced by Cub- master Richard Busby. Jack Rosenburg and Leo Lewis, were named cochairmen and new den mother, of den 1 is Cathy Porter. Awards were presented to the following boys: Den 1 -- Randy Porter, Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow on Wolf, and San Fernando Council patch; Ricky Moss, San P'er- nando Council patch; Jeff Hardy and Tim Kilbouxne, San Fernando Council patch. Badges Awarded Den 2 -- Robert Wyman, Wolf Badge, Gold Arrow O n Wolf, San Fernando Council patch; Paul Lindsey and Ronnie Baker, San Fernando Council patch. Den 4 -- Ranee Dalh, Mark Lewis, Jim Fitch, Cameron Bunyan and Craig Moss, all received their San Fernando Council patches. Webelos -- Mark Linver, craftsman and showman awards, Brian Baker, Dean Garrison, · M a r k Gosselin, K e n n e t h Talkington and Stuart Weinstein, all received Craftsman badges. Van Nuys Elks to Hold Inaugural Ball on Saturday Newly elected Exalted Ruler Bill West of Lodge 2028, BPO Elks, has made arrangements for the group's Inaugural Ball. Invitations have been sent to the entire membership to appear on Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the Elk's Lodge Hall, 14440 Friar St. in Van Nuys. The master of ceremonies for the evening will be past exalted ruler George Kovacs. The newly elected officers installed this month were West, George G. Schneider, esteemed leading knight; John Kanavos, esteemed loyal knight; Roland A. Fuller, es teemed lecturing knight, and William D. Albers, secretary. J. E. Everett is treasurer, Ed Schultz, esquire; James T. Hendrjcks, assistant esquire; John Spence, tiler; John McCoy, assistant tiler; Joseph T. Kohler, assistant chaplain; Milton C. Preston, chaplain, and Willis Smith, inner guard. The assistant inner guard is Sal Malo, the organist Is Al Fonseca and his assistant, Richard Hakins. Elected as a five year trustee was Nondy D'Amato. The event will be started with a dinner at 8:30 p.m. Rubber consumption in the United States is 18 pounds per capita. MISSES'TWO PIECE ORION BONDED KNIT SUITS Single breasted suits with delicate stitched lapels in luscious pastels. Sizes 8 f9 16. Shop emrly... tee will be CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY ... hmve a happy holiday. GIRLS' SLIPS HALF SLIPS Wash 'n wear, no-iron slip* in white and pastel* with lac* trim. Sixes 4 to 14. 100 I EA. GIRLS' NO-IRON BABY DOLLS compare at 1O.95 suit "charge it" Luteiout carnival colon in sites 4 to 14. 1.69 value. t 100 pair w«si H -**-. 31 m * \k MEN'S "NO-IRON" SLACKS Quality construction, machine washable. Iry styling in *ixes 29 to 40. Continental! in lizei 28-36. Olive, tan and black. PASTEL HOSIERY ·Sheer Nylon Seamless hot* in your choice of seven pastel shades. Sixe* · V, toll. Regularly 3.97 patr BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE 'NO-IRON'SPORT SHIRTS LADIES' HANDBAGS Patents, vinyls «· wickers m ·storied Mykn and colon. A handsome collection in reg. and button down collar itylei. New color* in plaid* and solid*. Siict6tolB. Reufairly 1.66 ta tr * w LADIES' GLOVES iMHjtb m***0ft*d MEN'S and LADIES'WATCHES 7 77 m ««* Ant m awnc, wofk, ·fttl cvttfjM MJFMB W^tf WNWI 4MHB WiMRMt lit WWWei Or yw~ htw finishes. Some witfc expansion bands. All with 2 yoor flMrontocS. V«f «e* I » 19.95 LADY SUNBEAM RAZOR (Not a* Hen's COAT SWEATERS 100% ·rla«i' acrylic mat variety of eaten. SicesS-M-UXU r jlniint of left, etc. 14.95 rmlmt drot T-otro*. Stxei I to «. 3.SO Yah* Kin SUNNS I *·*- -*- -mJ 'WfMeTnM JWWTWW* ilM( 7 t» 11.4.99 V*1«o. 3\ ·wit, Jt. BOYS' Short oJoevo «T*«« No-TTMl Oltd tO*1 fC- |««M dms obiiti i« wtrirc. I**rfar c«*ofs. Sites 3 t* 7. leg. lEA. Shop . . . "iti*f«iN( " »r "«*«irj»e if" mr T»«,, I«M DELICACIES, antiques share spotlight at Hye-Neighbor Market, 7444 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, which is celebrating its third anniversary this month with special sale. Prom left are Sebou "Grandpapa" Manoukian; Dick Alexander, puffing on narghileh, Turkish water pipe; and G e o r g e Iskenderian, sharpening butcher knife on antique grindstone. Store, largest of its kind in Valley, features Syrian, Sephardic, Armenian, Italian and Yugoslav foods. Two figures at right are carved from single pieces of wood. ^ e Newl J* oto 3RD YEAR NOTED BY HYE-NEIGHBOR MARKET IN VALLEY A special sale during the entire month of April is being held td celebrate the third anniversary of Eye-Neighbor Market, 74M Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys. The largest store of its kind the. Valley, Hye-Neighbor New Clubhouse Opened by European American Group The 45,000 member United] European American Club today had announced the opening of its new 18,000 square foot clubhouse at 12229 Ventura Blvd. in Studio City. Just three blocks west of the club's old international headquarters, the new facility will provide members w i t h a grand ballroom for 1000 people, a dance floor and tavern with complete bar facilities, capable of accommodating up to 200 people; a salon in which to hold classes and conduct other club activities; as well as sufficient space to house all of UEAC's offices and headquarters staff. Remodeling Planned The United European American Club is a nonprofit, nonpolitical, social and cultural organization consisting of chapters in the United States and Europe. The UEAC's purpose is "to dispel national prejudice, foster friendship, and increase understanding among peoples of the Free World," according to Egon Eilers, UEAC President. The club building is a Span- sh style building with red tile roof and off-white exterior. Interior decor will favor a Mediterranean motif in colors red, black, gold and white. Renovation remodeling and redecorating of the building will take place in stages. The grand ballroom will be ready for use in June. In July the offices for the UEAC staff will be ready for occupancy. Activities Slated Anyone who is a member in good standing of one of the many social organizations which has formally subscribed to UEAC's statement!, of principles, may join by" in M a r k e t specializes in imported foods of Greek, Syrian, Italian, Sephardic, Armenian and Yugoslav origin. An ·-unusual - collection of early American artifacts is on display -throughout the store for customers to view while shopping, These include life-size 'figures of a pioneer couple, each carved from i single piece of wood. r Operators of the market are Sebou "Grandpapa" Manoute' paying the UEAC $1.50 annual dues. 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