Valley News from Van Nuys, California on August 19, 1954 · Page 24
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Valley News from Van Nuys, California · Page 24

Van Nuys, California
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Thursday, August 19, 1954
Page 24
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NEWS Thursday, Aug. 19, 1954 Attorney Dounay Returns to Home Ally. Herb Doiinny announced. ery. He returned Sunday and today itiar hP plan* In open an'rcsidinc with his parents. Mr. office in Van Nuys «hout S^pl.jand Mrs. Benjamin Dounay, 139-1S 1. He was practicing in an office 6315 Van Nuys Blvd. when he oblicrd 10 so to New York Halifax four months ago to underco sm % E-il?51. Hamlln St. Gaxcite circulated in SAVE PLENTY! GET A HUDSON DEAL Here's hundreds over market for your car. You enjoy new instant-action power, amazing geared-to-the-road ride in a . . . HORNET · WASP · JET PRODUCTS OF AMERICAN^MOTORS S'.isttfl da Gsa eifctr iFftitt«rtfo=i cbia:i «lLb«n tuOc*. Big Trade-In Jamboree at HUDSON VAN NUYS, INC. 6150 VAN NUYS BLVD. STATE 5-1146 VALLEY FARM HAS STATE FAIR ENTRY Thomfls K. Martin, xt Martin Farms. S856 Balbfw Blvd.. North- rldcc, has the only entry from Los Angeles County In dairy cattle section, open division, at the State Fair which opens Sept. 2 in Sacramento, according to an official release from the fair. He has entered one Guernsey, MERIT AWARD for completion of 168,910 man hours in two and a half years without a lost-time accident is presented to customer serviceman of Southern California Gas Co. at North Hollywood Base. San Fernando Valley Division Manager L. K, Pickup congratulates District Service Supervisor J. R. Williams on the accomplishment. At presentation from left are Assistant Safety Engineer K. D. Brown, L. J. Steely, Pickup, Williams, Willard, Burrell, Division Service Supervisor L, W. Bradley, and Manager of Customer Service J. N. Shrader, Gas Company's Service Crews Cited for Safety Two and a half years withoutLankershim. Assistant Safety a lost-time accident today had won special recognition for the Customer Service crewi serving the North Hollywood area for Southern California Gas Co. At banquet ceremonies In Body's HOLD SERVICE FOR A. G. SENNEWAID Requiem mass was celebrated for Arthur George Sennewald, 69, of 14258 Oxnard St. yssterfay at 9 a,m. from St. Cyril's Catholic Church. Interment was iri San Fernando Mission Cemetery. Rosary was recited Tuesday at g p,m. at Praiswater Funeral Home. Mr. Sennenwald ** survived by two sons, Georfe A, and Fred A.: a daughter. Mrs. Ruth Wingate; 10 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. V. S. post office us« x-rays. Engineer K D. Brown of the company presented the crews with a Merit Award for their outstanding 1 safety record. In. winning the honor, the field crews amassed a total o£ 168,910 man-hours during the past two and a half years without Incurring a single lost-time accident L. R. Hckup, San Fernando Valley Division manager; J, N. Shreder, manager of Customer Servjce; and L. W. Bradley, Division Sen-ice supervisor, attended the presentation to offer then- congratulations. District Service Supervisor JacE R. Williams accepted the scroll for crew members, who received special praise from Brown for their outstanding record. The Merit Award i» presented semi-annually to Customer Service ci^ws throughout the utility's Southland system that have gone two and a half years without a lost-time accident. INFANTS DIAPERS $2*8 PLikH Ed» MM All Coten-- Larg. Wrapping BLANKETS «n. S5i .......... 3 f lit t»S lit ---- * »T CRIB SHEETS ISO Thrud PANTIES Ntmt t. Medium, Urf* V«ht«l ]. TRAINING PANTS Double Crotch "J J-f Fin» Yorn. R«B. S9c O (or * I Eitron Full Si;. CRIB BLANKETS Cotm. «xSO o 4- i*tln BirHTKij ....... ^ COAT HANGERS or Itw. 4 f, let ____ QUILTED PADS I ^ M . s?* ................. 44? Mil* K^, ). SLEEPERS 0-UZ-J-*. Kr*. *,».... TOWEL SETS PIN-UPS BOYS SPORT COATS SLACKS ALL ON SALE! tr* S t . er ltt^.1 UENIM JACKETS * rs 11. trf Jit SHIRTS SWIM TRUNKS PAJAMAS Fimoui Erind T-SHIRTS 1 t» to--Fin* Ysrn Si 5flt S1.5? SKOO Vjlott to S1.SS S1.SO DENIM CAPS * S1.00 31.9!. GIRLS P R E S S E S 2 for m Plu.U I On. a Rttulir Frio » the Steoni! for Only It Ctt TRIMFIT SOX All IllB i AH Co:.fJ 1 jiffc PAJAMAS * to 12. K*x. Z.«! ATI Kimtt and COATS ^.:r ............ §7.50 Sun Suits, Ploy Clothet, Shorts, Redo) Pushers, etc. AH OB wl( at Terrific Soring J T-SHIRTS r, WhH* e| AA Vji»« h, ;.3o. ^J»?rtF SKIRTS S rs 10 4 ritCI BLOUSES PANTIES ,« «, FURNITURE TEFTES- BABES Rtf. 2.79 CAR SEATS $5.88 ... S1.88 SIT *ni STAM.. . $2.88 PLAY PEN -10,88 C .._.....M1.88 FULL SIZE CRIBS ^.^ *24,88 M9.88 «rt, WELCH BUGGY S2ft.88 POTTY CHAIRS FACTORY SECONDS GREATLY REDUCED! Crtrom* frsmt crth *t'f, JQ Q0 Reautsr S4.« . . *OtO» WooJ«n Cfioif virh orf- J J OR Erfro lore* "irh eJ- Jg gg tToy. Reg. 57.9* R*s. 3.98 O A! DOO TIE SEAT ^J.H*? DOO TEE SEAT ** ** With Foot R*jt '^· SE $5.88 BATHINETTE R«. 1«.9S. With Utility Tr»y, Foot " "' pi, Cjjttn, Metal Ktg. 24.98 Aluminiim frame Utility frer. foot control, J-« Q QO tatter,, ipror ho«_ I 3lOO HIGH CHAIR Rt«. 16.91. Cvivcrtt to t-|9 Of! Ploy Table--Mopt. ,, ' ttVV MAHRESS R«». ]I,«S. WiUrsrool. ·«8 Ceib. V«» SMn... PLAY PEN PAD Xrf. 5.4E. KB Drift SId«, GYM SETS --2 Swinr. Clf(t*r ffktl ( Only--2 S»i"t, Rrltlt fr « Ontr--2 2 Onty--1 Iwihf. e|0 00 6-Z" l^i * Otidtr fll*O.OO Tr.lKl* in^ CtlliW. . , £21.88 tL.ll ,. TOYS LIONEL TRAINS TOY CHEST ttt*. full "0*d »er«1 *«cii»i, KTM^ H^hoM.T. SB OO ^p, s» s , IJ.M . 9tOO DOLL BUGGV TiJIOt.'I-KS *nd SIDEWALK BIKES SAVK JOT- to »5-5. WAGONS UNION SKATES ^"tSr ......... ^i- -1 t.ll .$3.88 $3.88 MUSICAL ROCKERS «* t.-» S8.88 BASKETBALL -2,83 . *.*', TOTS TO TEN 6469 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys 51-5-7787 which will compete against 166 other* o( Ihc same br*c«. There arc S02 purebred antr , DENTAL PLATES EXCLUSIVELY In the open division out of th* mor« tiinn 800,000 dtlry catll* In (he stale- · DENTAL PLATES REPAIRED IN V, HOUR · Dl 3-1192 Memorial Rites Set Tonight for Drowning Victim Memorial services will be conducted tonight at 8 o'clock for Sam Wayne Grille, 31, of 12836 Sunburst St., Pacoima, whose body has riot been recovered from Donner Lake where he drowned Aug. 1. Services will b« lit Elmer H. Meyer Funeral Home with Rev. Jack Stiles and Rev. Henry Ericksen officiating. Mr. Grille is survived by his widow, Gloria; son, Steven; two daughters, Linda and Lisa; his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Grille of Hollywood; a. brother, Tony; four sisters, Mrs, Josephine Ranney of Burbank: Mrs. Landa Wilson of North Hollywood; Mrs. Theresa White of Hollywood; and Mrs. Rita Curtis of Los Angeles. CHILE THANSPOHT Chile's railway system extends about 5740 miles and there are more than. 20,000 miles of highways. ^W*mWfar*0fi WayWWb SHOPatRABE'S FOR YOUR DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS WOMEN'S SHOES A group of odds ends In all style* colors. Values to $16.95. NOW many *5 · II MEN'S SHOES A group of sport and casual shoes In broken sizes. Vahiw to $12.95. NOW 6401 VAN NUYS BLVD. at VICTORY BLVD. Van Nuys, Calif.$Tat« 5-2855 VAN NUYS m ^·H IN OUR BUDGET SHOP Larg« Assortment TABLE LAMPS TM 195 Buy one at S7J3 or. Unfinished Chests9 TO ZZ $n75 $noso A Real Buy: Drop Lid Desk % A;.-^ EiV, 3tr, and Mr*. f · · QA Chest and Headboard 53 sggso BtC. J 139.50, 2-P!ec« Living Room Set Armless Couches F«r Smalt Si» Kit Apt. Size Bedroom Suite Only sgg50 $ 129 5 ° USED BARGAINS MATTRESSES '15.00 BOX SPRING, Special.. 1.00 Both only $ 16.00 MATTRESSES '20.00 BOXSPRINGS 1.00 Both only *21.00 2-Pc. Living Room Set.. '19.50 2-Pc. Living Room Set.. '39.50 2-Pc. Living Room Set.. '49.50 Odd Couches '19.50 to '49,50 Odd Chrome Chairs . . . . S 6.95 Double Studio Couches *29.50 BEDROOM SUITE -M^s siqtti F-^jSW r j= rW.tawiW J SLOCUM VAN and STORAGE MAYFLOWER AGENT FOR SAN FERNANDO VALLEY 6180 Van Nuys Blvd. at Delano St. STate 5-3115 ^ r m · TM *f '· ' K~VL NEWSPAPEsflRCHIVE*

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