Valley News from Van Nuys, California on December 22, 1967 · Page 36
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8-A--Central 4-A--Bur. 4-A--No, latt 8-A--W«t 2-1--Eart T H E N E W S * CWI DE PAUL SOCIETY TO AID PATIENTS ON CHRISTMAS Members and friends of the St. Vincent de Paul Society viil convey bedridden and vheel chair patients to Mass t General Hospital and Ran- ho Los Amigos on Christmas morning. Volunteers are requested to eport at General Hospital au- itorium by 9 a.m. and at ^ancho Los Amigos by 8:30 i.m. Following Mass, helpers will visit the wards and give emembrances o f candied ruit and religious calendars o patients. The society also will provide gifts for Veterans Administration hospitals, Harbor General Hospital, the Catholic Maritime Clubs, Miserere House, ity and county jails, road amps and honor farms and other public institutions. Donations to assist the society's Christmas program may be sent to St. Vincent de Paul Christmas Gifts, 1400 W. Ninth !t., Los Angeles, Cal. 90015. Von Nuys (Colif.)-Fridoy, December 22, 1967 Greek Theater Repairs Voted by Parks Board 'HOME FOR CHRISTMAS' ADOPTIONS GREETED WITH SMILES Judge Raymond Egberts, seated fourth from left, holds Neffl Evans, Laura 1. Others adopting children were Messrs, and Mmes. Har, natural son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Evans of Northridge who vey Allen Noel, Jerry MacDonald, Gerald Vanhogen, Gerald Egler, " Joseph E. Bolyard, Lucio Paglia, Carl Spitz, Frank Torres, Norman Puls, Eric Bre%ver, John Lennon, D'onald Draper, John Moreland Jr., Robert Eugene Hill, Jose Guzman and Marvin Schulhof. Court enabled all to have happier holidays. TH« N««« ·were among 16 Valley couples awarded Superior Court decrees of adoption, in Van Nuys for 23 children. Court speeded up hearing dates so children could be home for holiday season. The Evanses, standing immediately behind Judge Roberts, adopted a daughter, Dr. Louise Seyler Honored by State, PTA, Educators Six more honors were added yesterday to the growing list of tributes being payed to Louise W. Seyler, who is retiring next month as deputy superintendent of instruction for the Los Angeles city schools. terday were Mrs. Ray Adamson, president of the 31st district PTA; Peter D. Houser, president of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Robert Ransom, president of ATOLA; William McElroy, Honors presented to Dr. (president of the Classified Employe Association and Sam Hartog, administrative assis tant to Assembly Speaker Seyler at yesterday's Board of Education meeting were from the California Assembly, California Senate, Los Angeles Jesse Unruh. Junior Chamber of Com- presented tne merce, Affiliated Teacher Organizations of Los Angeles, 31st District (San Fernando Dr. Crowther State Senate Funds Alloted for Poverty Center Here A training program for both professionals and nonprofessionals who work in poverty areas of Los Angeles will be honor. PTA Surprised In her remarks about Dr. Seyler, Mrs. Ray Adamson, president of the 31st District James C. Gorman (D-: Dist.) had announced today. Gorman said a .$1]9,725 Office of Economic Opportunity jgrant to the San Fernando Valley State College Foundation-in Northridge will refund the San Training PTA, which has offices in Vanjcenter. Fernando Valley and Development i Valley) PTA and the city schools' Classified Employe Association. Held in Esteem "Today's presentations are! "When we heard that you!j ncome residents as aides and |Nuys, said: In addition to training low- representative of the many honors Dr. Seyler has received since the announce- were retiring. Dr. Seyler, first we were surprised because I guess we've always thought of you as 'permanent' and 'ongoing' and 'never-ending' and so forth. Then when we realized it was true, we thought about ways we could let you know of our regard for you. subprofessionals in community action agencies and community action related agencies, the center, acting as an urban training center, will provide services in community relations and training materials as they relate to community action. MISSILE SHOT PUTS LIGHTS OVER AREA An Air Force Minnteman i t ICBM was launched from Vandenberg Air .Force Base late yesterday. The launching, which occurred at. dnsk, caused a spectacular pattern of contrails, which were visible throughout the Los Angeles area. The Minnteman \ras launched by missDe combat crews from the 90th Strategic Missile Wing, Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, Wyo. The ICBM was on course down the Air Force western test range. The launch was one in a series of operational tests conducted by the Strategic Air Command from the Southern California aerospace center. Resident Reports Theft of Articles Valued at $4206 "What do you say to some-j it also will develop and dis-1 Burglars broke into the one who has spent so many years working with boys and girls? What do you do for who has been a someone friend, a valued cowortoer. and an inspiring guide? Our feelings are mixed of course, seminate information on train- home of Sam Gurian, 13900 ing techniques. Under the direction of Dr. Samuel Pinneau, the project plans to train and prepare at least 500 adults for jobs as aides and sub-professionals in for we wish for you many the social and health services connected with community action and related agencies, house open Corman said. years of happy retirement and are pleased you will have this opportunity, but we are feeling rather sorry for ourselves 1 Training is projected for that your gracious presence community coord i n a t o r s, neighborhood c o u n c i l s , many par- boards, delegate staffs and di- Hartsook St., Van Nuys, and hauled away valuables of a total value of $4206, he reported to police. Gurian, a liquor store owner, said he returned home on Wednesday at 8:45 p.m. to find doors and windows of the Stu Erwin, Film, Video Actor, Dies Character actor Stu Erwin, whose mirror image of Mr. Average Guy shone from jmovie and television screens for more than three decades, died yesterday at his Beverly Hills home. He was fi4. According to his wife June, Erwin had a history of heart trouble. At 2 a.m., she said, her husband got : out of bed complaining of a gastric condition. He went to the bathroom. Calls Ambulance A few minutes later, Mrs. Erwin heard her husband collapse. She called police, an ambulance and the actor's personal physician, Dr. Richard A. Watt. A rescue squad sped to the home at 401 Shirley Place but efforts at resuscitation failed. Erwin was pronounced dead at 2:30 a.m. Erwin, born Stuart Erwin in .Squaw Valley, Cal., was educated at a state university. iarment Alteration Class Scheduled by Adult School Garment alteration will be offered in a new morning class offered at the North Hoi [ywood Adult School. First meeting is scheduled for Jan. 15, at 9:30 a.m. The class will meet each Monday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. thereafter. Location is at North Hollywood Recreation Center, 5301 Tujunga Ave. Instructor Beverly Carter said that the class will cover fitting, enlarging of garments hemlines, changing styles, re placing linings and zippers correct sewing methods anc working with figure problems Also, possible employment op portunities for full or part- ime alteration experts are to be found in tailoring and dry cleaning shops, she said. Preregistration for this and other classes will be possible after Jan. 2 at the North Hollywood Adult School office, City recreation and park commissioners yesterday voted 3 to 1 to spend $50,000 to refurbish the Greek Theater even though they lack the funds. Commissioner A. E- England spearheaded the emergency appropriation to fix dressing rooms and lights in the city-owned theater in Griffith Park. He drew bitter opposition from Mrs. Harold C. Morton, only woman member of the commission, who insisted the expenditure would mean delay of park facilities for children and elderly persons. Improve Property 'Do we want to fix up a dressing room for a bunch of paid stars?" Mrs. Morton demanded. "They won't come if we don't," retorted England. Eventually, Commissioners Mel Pierson and Ludlow Flower Jr. supported the appropriation -- after saying the money would improve city property, and would not benefit the Greek Theater Association. "These facilities do belong to us and they are in very deplorable condition," he said. At the conclusion meeting, Flower withdrew a n earlier motion calling for $200 000 for theater refurbishing. Mrs. Morton argued th* »£ sociation is supposed to fix the theater under its lease witjj the city- Rent Called "Top" : England argued that the as. sociation's $50,000 commitment is "top rent." 'And they're getting top prices too," Mrs, Morton snapped. "Poor people can't afford $4.50 a seat," said Mrs. Mqi\ ton. "I think we'll be criticized unmercifully." " Mrs. Morton said there Is only $7000 left in the contigen- cy fund for the entire department. .: This means, she said, that-it will be necessary to defer rs- pairs at parks and play^ grounds planned next year. · "We're taking it from our children and our senior citC zens," she said. of the Death Rate Low Japan's death rate from, heart disease is only about one-tenth of that for citizens the U.S. Do you wish 5231 Colfax Ave. For further information call 766-8186 after 1:30 p.m. Blaze Erupts as Tow Truck Hits Pump at Station A tow truck accidentally backed into a gas pump yesterday afternoon at the Shell vice station, 22001 Vanowen St., Woodland Hills, starting a small fire which was quickly extinguished by the station owner. Robert. Maucere, the owner, said the fire was put out within two minutes after driver Dave Kline backed his truck into the pump. The incident occurred around 1 p.m. There were no injuries. A glass strand 15 times finer than human hair may be stronger than steel. meant more to you? There are some who think that the Christmas story no longer has any meaning. But the coming of the Christ is not just an isolated event that took place 2,000 years ago. For many, the joy and the inspiration of the Christ spirit come daily to help and to heal. If you would like to know what Christmas can really mean to you, you will find some very good answers in the Christian Science Reading Room. There you may read about the birth and the life of Jesus in the Bible. And, there you may find book that illumines his teachings and shows you how they can inspire and uplift you today. It Is called "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. Won't you come in and spend a few minutes quiet study and prayer? CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM HOURS: 9-9; Wed. to 7$30; Sot. to 5; Sun. 2-5 8-9; Wed. to 6; Sun. Holidays 1-5 10-5 Monday thru Saturday 10:00 to 10:00 Sunday 2-5 6610 Von Nuys Blvd. Von Nuys 5141 Lankershim Blvd. No. Hollywood 21623 Sherman Way Canoga Park S351 Topongc Blvd. Woodland Hills 6418 EHwanda Ave. Acted in Television In recent years, (Erwin was best known for his role in a DB. LOUISE SEYLER Six More Honors will be denied us. "Representing ents and teachers in the San Fernando Valley, we of 31st District PTA want you to know that all of us are grate- jful for just knowing that peo- Iple like you are heading our school district -- that I have had the benefit of rectors and staff of Pasadena, Eastland, Tri-Cities and Long Beach Community Action. Training is also projected for the Watts Labor Community Action Committee. we ,perience -- your ability to un- jderstand our hopes and fears j O ,, .1 r _ i ;i Wins Meritorious Articles missing included a color television set, S110 in cash, four watches, rings including a $2500 diamond set ring, clothes and a radio. television series called "The Trouble With Father" and as wel] as of OUr chil- ment," said Supt. of Schools Jack P. Crowther. "The honors serve as the clearest example of the esteem in which Dr. Seyler is, held by the community. I: think it is significant that the! awards and others she has re-jimportant to us -- we have heart Drive, Studio City, has ceived represent various seg-ibeen very comfortable know- received the U.S. Air Force Youngsters Vita) "Our young people are very Technical Sgt Michael J. ; Mahoney, brother of Thomas D. Mahoney of 12237 Valley- Bandit Escapes With $100 from Service Station A bandit 22 to 25 and with a pock-marked face held up an attendant at Maury's Richfield Service Station, 9523 Van Nuys Blvd. and escaped with $100, police reported ments of the community: ling they have been to business leaders, parents,! also. youiCommendation Medal JLajes Field, Azores. at teachers, non-teaching school| ''Therefore, as a group o f j He is a veteran ; thought the best way to honor I you would be to make it pos- employes and even govern- j parents and teachers, we ment officials." First "Woman of Year" World War II and the Korean War and has served in Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific. Angeles city schools has in- ition to our California Congress eluded service as a teacher,! I of Parents and Teachers Hon- jorary Life Membership Ele- jmentarv Teacher principal, supervisor in the!] personnel division, assistant!,, . ,,, .. ,, , superintendent i, the el.men-!^ h _°l ar f, n ! p ,.. F l in . ri tary division and associate superintendent in the instruction services division. In addition, ?h? was the first woman to rprrivp a rfort"ratp degree in eduration from UCLA, the first woman in the Inarnp. We havp a Education in your certificate The attendant. Muehlhausen 19, said the man first asked for a key to the restrooms, then pulled a gun and demanded the money from the register. After taking the cash he told Muehlhausen to sit in a chair for 10 minutes and the gunman then walked out, the report said. later "The Stu Erwin Show." His rasping, low-keyed voice and mild manner became known to millions of television viewers here and abroad. Some of his early pictures iualuded "This Thing Called Love," "Men Without Women," "The Cockeyed World," "Speakeasy," "Young E a g- les," "Only Saps Work" and "Going Hollywood." More recently, he appeared in such films as "Strike If Rich" and "Heaven Only Knows." 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