The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on July 2, 1967 · 219
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 219

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Sunday, July 2, 1967
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tjaflnffrlrSCfmz -w-suN.,jmYj,m7 n 2 Honored ! i ; t ' V' ,1 .' 1 , i A- .A . i J'' I. 4 ; Z"" 1. I 1 -v ;v J Custom Homes Have Custom Views at ..-J by Council of PTA SANTA MONICA Honorary life memberships were presented to Mrs. Louis Paul and Sgt Roy N'ieb'uhr when University Council PTA held its annual luncheon at the Fox and Hounds Restaurant. Mrs. Paul, who holds a master's degree in social work from the University of Kansas, is a member of the 1967-68 board of the League of Women Voters of California, has been active in American Field Service, Girl Scouts and Pacific Palisades Property Owners Assn. Sgt Niebuhr a graduate of USC, has 20 years service with the Los Angeles Police Department, and many years volunteer work with youth. Currently he is with the Superior Court domestic relations department.. - - Mrs. ' Harold Krepack,.' honorary life membership chairman, made the presentations, with Mrs.; Ernest Braun and Mrs. Milton North assisting. Mrs. Jay Schiff presided. The homesites of Tierra Grande, in the City of Thousand Oaks, offer a truly unique combination. The views are permanent and unsurpassed; underground ytilities and careful planning assure that each of these half-acre-or-more lots will have an unimpeded vista. When you're ready to build your home at Tierra Grande, you are assured of construction financing. Long-term, competitive loan's have been arranged for building when you wish. Visit these magnifient lots or inquire at Janss Realty,' 110 Thousand Oaks Boulevard. (213) 789-0318. k ' - " " 1 "'" " " " " ? READYING FOR ACTION Three members of the board of governors of the American Consumers Council, Mmes. Jack Atlas, Alfred L Golden and Ramon Gerson, from left, prepare to bring action on passage of truth in lending bill. Times photo Consumer Interests Aide Calls for Action, Not Study -zip r t i -. it '.r e rfhMMTh.''-: . sponsor a seminar here in October, with Miss Furness coming from Washington to be the keynote speaker. Board of Governors The board of governors of the American Consumers' Council, and organizations its members represent, includes Mmes. Jack Atlas of Bel-Air, past president of the Jewish Family Service; Ramon Gerson, president of the Julia Ann Singer Preschool Psychiatric Center; Herman ' H. Rappaport, president 'Western Region Women's American Organization for ' Rehabilitation Through Training; Nathan J. Reese, Borzoi Club president, and Louis Rudnick, past president of the Radcliffe Club. More are Mmes. Phillip Williams of v Pacific Palisades, a member of the board of the Children's Recreation Service of UCLA; Daniel J. Eget, PTA, and Alfred L. Golden. , Others are Berny By-rens, vice president of the Municipal League of Beverly Hills, and presidential assistant for consumers' affairs. Frazier, as her representative, came from Washington to address the local group and explain the Consumer Interests program. "This is geared to protect the American consumer, with 'the greatest good for the greatest number as its motto," he said. President's Message : He noted the 10 points taken from President Johnson's third message to Congress, which are the basis of the American -Consumers' Council pro-; gram. - . ' These include support of truth in packaging, reduction in interest rates, more lower cost quality, modern insurance for the public, clearer information about cost of credit and truth in lending. u The council will oppose fraudulent use of t h e mails, rise in prices, unsafe products, gaps in the meat inspection system and hazardous household products. The local council is working with similar consumer interest groups to 1 ifr - mmmmmmmmm -J? ' BY JEAN WARD West Side Women's News Editor BEVERLY HILLS When Howard Frazier, national field director for the President's Committee on Consumer Interests, met with American Consumers Council members at the Beverly Hills Club recently, he told them: "We've had enough of study groups. Let's have some action." First action of the new council was a wire, signed by the board of governors, and addressed -to Sen. John J. Sparkman, chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, "urging and supporting immediate approval of SB-5 (truth in lending), long overdue." ? Details of Bill v "This bill would detail Interest rates in dollars and cents, and clear out the generalities," said Mrs. Alfred L. Golden, public affairs vice president of the National Council of Jewish Women, who suggested the wire at the luncheon. The American Consumers Council was organized locally when Mrs. Golden and Bernard F. vKamins, vice president, C o m m u nity Relations, Southern California Industry-Education Council, called Washington, D.C., to offer support to Miss Betty Furness, special Mothers' Aid Course Will Be Offered WESTWOOD The Red Cross course for Mothers' i Aid instructors will be held from 9 a.m. until noon Monday and Wednesday, July 10 and 12, at the Service Center, 1100 Veteran Ave. . ; Adult volunteers who complete the course may offer an eight-hour course for ' prospective teen-age babysitters in their own organizations. Among agencies invited to . participate are Camp Fire Girls, Scouts, YWCA, Catholic Youth , Organization, PTA, United Way agencies and Los Angeles City Department of Recreation and Parks. Persons not affiliated with an organization also may ilM'')ninWraW''tfl':-i3ili iiimiihiiii i i, Ifmmmnmxm World's highest bridge. Royal Gorge, Colorado. .... 1 T-'- IK - J - v 1 1 v I" - ! " m w4 m-vm , u3ini r3Doilheir There is absolutely no higher rate in America on insured savings, than paid by First Federal . , Savings. In addition, First federal compounds earnings every single day. Your savings start - earning '-from the very day received and, after only three months, earn to date of withdrawal. - 1 AND NONE SAFEI?!. Nowhere are your funds safer. Besides being insured up to $15,000 by a , U.S. Government agency, they are protected by our exceptionally high reserves, over twice as ; large as required by law. First Federal is one of the strongest associations in the state with an -f. I ) outstanding loan portfolio. : : : " ' For highest earnings and maximum safety, you just can't do better anywherethan First -: . Federal Savings. Now, convenient offices in Westwood and Santa Monica, so open your account , ,.v y here now. ' . ".- . . i ' ' 1 .-s: 5.13 is earned when our 5.00 current annual rate is compounded daily and maintained a year v 1 1 WEDDING of Opal Jones ond Robert J. Klepac, both of Santa Monica, was held in Cottage Chapel. The couple are at home at 2543 Wellesley Ave. The bride, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Love, attended schools in Iowa and the bridegroom attended U. of Maryland. Bsmaba photo SANTA MONICA will be home of Mr. and ' Mrs. Lynn Anderson, who were married in' Westwpod Presbyterian Church. She was Janet Blickensderfer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ; C. Blickensderfer, Brentwood, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis B. Anderson of. West L.A. : ' - Curtis photo 5.25 is paid on Certificate Accounts when held 3 years. Issued in $1,000 multiples. Accounts Insured to $15,000 by a U. S. Government agency. REAL ESTATE AUCTIONS I T FED EPA L . S AVI N ' and Loan Association of Santa Monica - , v ' ' WESTWOOD; 1090 Glendon (1 block N. of Wilshire) SANTA MONICA: Wilshire at 4th Hours 9 to 4. Fri. 9 to 6 Ph. 4514711 STARTING THIS WEEK WITH . RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, INVESTMENT, ACREAGE, INDUSTRIAL & INCOME PROPERTIES . . . AND CONTINUING DURING THE ENSUING WEEKS! See, the Wershew Real Estate Auction Offerings . V In Today's Main News Section B 1090 GLENDON AVE i n n r? m nn i 1 (1 block No. of Wilshire) VUPRTWftnn Mil t Art HP Consultant Named BEVERLY; HILLS Mrs. Barbara K. Snadery 1223 Beverly Estates Drive, has been named consultant to high school English, departments in the Los Angeles' City School District. '.' .' V 1 " . . (- MILTON J. WERSHOW CO., Auctioneers Realtors ' ' " MAIN OfFICEi , , , 7213 Melrose Ave., L.A., California 90046 (213) WEbster 3-8541 " f ... ; . SAN DIEGO COUNTY Off ICE.- 1012 So. Hill St., Oconsid, Calif. 92054 (714) 722-1306 4, A

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