Valley Times from North Hollywood, California on October 10, 1955 · 2
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then were met at the airport by Fritz B. Eurns, president of the Panorama City Shopping Center. All four men then proceeded to the grand opening of the Broadway Valley. S.Iverwoods, Mandel's, Lerner's, Kinney's and Woolworth's were alco officially opened in the largest ceremony of its kind ever to b.? bpi(' in the Sr Fernando Hog Affack Kills Man STATESBORO, Ca. (,r)--N. B. Nesmith, 77. died last night of injuries suffered on his farm Thursday when he was attacked by three hogs. T' A 1 ii ,,vvtiollie UmikmosIglaskillin060010.0a1 ooirommourmgenordkitwommtamommipmatlimplowikimangimmooneldonmerompaillidlwanoltiOlmoomonMemaltsmpoulf stamonrSimmommooedAllideritdolialillytoMmPogipmrmillalmilrioirmiamOmommate...16:01InnorflammPOSTammaPrikMikulfMc.allallinVitalumgpootatilpInglownlogrommnpamptimpoolgegamogungliaisomogagernmooRpintenOttl0101.R...""0".1--- 1 VALLEY TIMES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1955 ..., , , ,,,,I,,,r,,p,:..4,:,,o,"r,ws,,,.,77:.5,,,,r,,:.5.;,,zo .4, ..,,4, .. . 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Stanyon, manager, Broadway-Valley; Mrs. Robert Leeds, and Mrs. Frank Marton, Valley Childrens llospi01 Guild. Seated are Mrs. Carter, left, and Mrs. Hale.Valley Times Photo. BROADWAY -VALLÉY PARTY AIDS BENEFIT u0.0- A r' -v, .; t. 41,1 - ilt;t Z.;.? IMOMPEIMOMOIENIMPAPOIMPICOMMIONNIIMU,'' IN BROADWAY STORE SURVEY --, Executives of Panorama City Shopping Center land after last minute helicopter survey prior to opening of Broadway-Valley Department Store. From left are Eugene E. Trefetben Jr., executive 'trice president of Henry J. Kaiser. Co.; Edward W. Carter, president of Broadway-Hale Stores, Inc., and Prentis C. Hale, board chairman.Valley Times Photo, 1Copter Takes Group To Broadway-Valley A last-minute and in-person check on facilities and arrangements for the opening of the Broadway-Valley Department Store was made by some of the principals of the Panorama City Shoonine Center who used a heliconter Panorama City Shopping Center who used a helicopter for their survey. Aboard the helicopt er were Ed- Three Valley Dogs wa,d W. Carter, preIldent of the rroadway-Hale Stores, Inc.; Pren- tis C. Bale, board chairman, and now Winners Etigone E. Trefethen Jr., executive vice president of the Henry Valley dogs took top honors In J. Ka iser Co. The helicopter, car- three categories at the Pasadena Tying the executives, took off from Kennel Club Fall All-Breed Dog the San Fernando Valley Airport Exhitition this weekend at Brook-just two hours prior to the formal side Park in Pasadena. opening' of the 226,000 square foot They are: mid-Valley department storede- Working-Ch. StangdaQuII signed by Vtellon Becket and with the intetiors by Raymond Loewy. Snri' a Great Dane owned by Stan and Gerda Lewis, 10423 La Tuna ' This was one of several flights Canyon ltd., Sun Valley; Novice Over the tame ground for the men A-Merrywood Sparkling Gold, a Snaking ttle final survey. Prior to shwa" sheep dog owned by selection of the Panorama City Tlinnna Pnioe ORA; nurnot A virl tiNe vice presment En tne iienry valley dogs took top honors In J. Kaiser Co. The helicopter, car- three categories at the Pasadena Tying the executives, took off from Kennel Club Fall All-Breed Dog the San Fernando Valley Airport Exhitition this weekend at Brook-just two hours prior to the formal side Park in Pasadena. opening' of the 226,000 square foot They are: mid-Valley department storede- Working-Ch. Stangerda's Quell- signed by Vteiton Becket and with the inteulors by Raymond Loewy. Great Dane owned by Stan and Gerda Lewis, 10423 La Tuna ' This was one of several flights Canyon Rd., Sun Valley; Novice Over the tame ground for the men A-Merrywood Sparkling Gold, a raking tbe final survey. Prior to shwa" sheep dog owned by selection of the Panorama City Dianne Bates, 9815 Burnet Ave , site, the executives had surveyedisepuh,da; Novice B-Ilroadleal any others in the half-million lRoyal Request, a Standard Poodle rersons trace area of the San Fer- owned by Ted W. and Eleanor Lando Valley. Maly, 7323 Ethel Ave., North IlolReturning with the report thatilywood. persons trace area of the San Fer- owned by Ted W. and Eleanor Lando Valley. Maly, 7323 Ethel Ave., North Returning with the report thatilywood. all arrangernbents for handling the' tremendous crowds which werelv anticipated and parking facilities1 xeller Honored Af appeared especially adequate, Zlessrs. Hale, Carter and Trefe- A pai,1"r, upervisor Roger Jessup his b honored by residents of Lancaster for his efforts in promoting the community of Lancaster and the Antelope Valley. Keller's work WaS reviewed during a barbecue held in his honor yesterday at the Antelope Valley fairgrounds. RADIO IN ANTELOPE VALLEY , MITarrr N e Vi a . :3 S--Eun DIE,' : ' ;140---un Es.al :4--orts Eurt Dial 7:0--Worri News ;13S ,ril liA I ; ::50--NA;ot d Nesse .4 -0,7,k) C-ir et f P- ,, 11:(4--F In 1,,1 - ;IS--C7osv Como ' 4 :ilt .--S in Dial ti 4ST5a1Irg prvit -7m .! ;1.1 ,i.kr Music Mr,,,,--V ,,,rv; NOVO, .15Pu P.,47--rnn c .20elnot,; by Coil i 7340 KnotycksKAVL-250 WON MONDAY 5 Pore Pops ;45Eops '45--Peljr!nsliS 31 xsoheilgiuus 32:P9Worl1 Nem; :1 ;A; al hf,tindUP ort, Nrw4 7 -00--Nowt. M,In! vit,g lirtArs 7 S, io,ii 9 2 (1,---J1, Sc VPTS 2Si 4 "40-1!-:144 15 tt.e Hour I 041--T rr, planter 17 II :15-1 NU Mickey Cohen Out Of Prison, Heads For L.A. STEILACOOM, Wash. GIMickey Cohen is on his way back to Los Angeles, where his name used to be mentioned in connection with rackets before he served almost four years for income tax evasion. The pudgy and balding Cohen was freed from McNeil Island Federal Penitentiary yesterday. Ile stepped off a launch, legged it two blocks trying to evade re-, porters, then met four men, including his brother Harry, a Chicago' construction man. , The quartet dashed to Harry Cohen's blue Cadillac. Then Mickey told reporters he was going back to Los Angeles. He said he was thinking of opening a barr and grill in Beverly Hills or the so-called Miracle Mile. Cohen was sentenced to five years for evading $156,123 in fedeNittricorritaxes. Ile got 480 days off for good behavior.- Relatives last week paid a $10,000 fine for him. On the drive south, the Cohen party stopped at Olympia to eat. He put awoy some oatmeal, hot-cakes, eggs, steak and coffee. 'Mickey said he lost 20 pounds during his stay in prison, but was in good physical shape. U.S. Fair Except Rain In Northwest By Associated Press The weather was generally fair today except for showers and steady rain in the Pacific North west. Temperatures were mostly In the 40s and 50s east of the Continental Divide early today except for the Gulf Coast, where 603 and 70s were reported. 1-11ILER - Continued from Page One enter who used a helicopter construct for them exactly what Three Valley Dogs happened In the bunker. lie was closely questioned for many days after his capture in 1945 he said. Show Winners aBut the Russians never 'gave out his story and allowed doubts over ! Valley dogs took top honors to Hiller's fate to circulate. three categories at the Pasadena Binge and Baur were among Kennel Club Fall All-Breed Dog 1,741 German prisoners returned Exhitition this weekend at Brook- to West Germany since last Thursside Park In Pasadena. day as the result of the Moscow They are: , agreement with Chancellor Konrad Working-Ch. Stangerdes sue '' , have pmmi to free 9,626 by Oct. 20, sed son, a Great Dane ovvned by Stan- wi and Gerda Lewis, 10423 La Tuna th those from homes in East Germany to be released there. Canyon Rd., Sun Valley; Novice A-Merrywood Sparkling Gold, a Personal Task Shetland sheep dog owned by Among more than 1,000 POWs Dianne Bales, 9845 Burnet Ave returning on three trains yesterSepulveda: Novice B-Proadleal daY was 1st Lt. Harald Krupp Von Royal Request, a Standard Poodle Bohlen und Halbach, 39-year-old owned by Ted W. and Eleanor son of the late Gustav Krupp, head Maly, 7323 Ethel Ave., North Hot- of the armaments family. lyw ood. Most of the prisoners were freight trains arriving at Camp Friedland. Put Linge was among' Keller Honored Af 116 sent to West Berlin. I The balding, six-foot Linge, now Antelope Barbecun!43, said he personally procured 50.1 LT,er,1 I rsvIL tra 1-.11r An Tempe Daroecue T n J Mani lir I.R.1 M.1m.y pi ut. Ul LAA V," . igallons or gasoline to burn the two William D. Keller, former Judge bndies but more were required. 'Other points in his account: of the Antelope Judicial District I Also in the bunker was Propa- and now chief field deputy of( gan.da . Minister Joseph Goeblyls Supervisor Roger Jessup has been I pervisor Roger Jessup has been ""'"" noted by residents of Lancaster and his wife and six children. ,bbels and his wife ended their th his efforts in promoting the G(')f- lives with a pistol and the childreniiic nmunity of Lancaster and the telope Valley. were put to death by injectionsIte gin by an S S doctor. at Keller's work WaS reviewed dur- g Fuehter Nemons ha . a barbecue held in his honor rein g valet to Hitler was no pie- is "J nic. The ruchrer's nerves were fairgrounds. ' had and he needed frequent in-A. G. flarquardt served as mas- jeetions to steady himself. IT be-ter of ceremonies with Supervisor Igan talking suicide 10 days before Jessup and Dist. Atty. Ernest Raihe shot himself. joining with members of civic Eva Braun put on a "courage-and semice groups in lauding Ket- ous display" when the time came end her bre. ler. - :31--.1Prorne Six heri,iezvotie 4:04World News ade :3,,--(Anit,,i Con Imenta :43-brieD Fle;tis 7:04Loral News f, tee iid--G tents In 11...sie 1.04Nev.'s. DArre Time 9"T'ws Tivti. World ews 15Nius,e, Fr,r You 11.64 nt Ness :,.1S1tto (At to end her bre. !Inge said the Soviets comieted him in 1950 et helping Hitler to power. In prison his weight ctroppfNi from 19S pounds to 110 hut is now hark to 1'32. ao 4 WO SO . U 1144 neweet and mired store! SILVERWOODS Ste tupt 3 'U.S. To Launch Many High-Range Rockets WASHINGTON (A) In the 18 months from July 1957 through December 1958 the United States will launch more than twice as many high-altitude rockets as it has fired in Alt)ohuet p$ats7t001,00 y 00 has sr s . b I K E , been budg- eted for this effort, in addition to Continued from Page One the 10 million dollars or so ex- pected to be spent during the same Thy for the second day in a row, period on the much more ambi- but closely related, space Ind they set up a schedule for 6", ::rthinet members and other lop ex- satellite Project' !cutives to begin visiting Eisen- The details of the U.S. rocket re-lower. search program during the 1957-5R The 42-year-old Nixon, one of the International Geophysical Year llen frequently mentioned in spec- were discussed in a speech to the dation over possible GOP candi- American Rocket Society here last sales if Eisenhower bows out, week by Dr. Homer Newell, acting 'ound the chief executive in a gay suprintendent of the Atmosphere nood when he visited him with and Astral, Physics Division of the , Z h a le rn a n AdnnuL 1.A.innhAuvor'c Naval Research Laboratory. , Continued from Page One day for the second day in a row, and they set up a schedule for Cabinet members and other top executives to begin visiting Eisenhower. The 42-year-old Nixon, one of the men frequently Mentioned in speculation over possible GOP. candidates if Eisenhower bows out, found the chief executive in a gay mood when he visited him with Sherman Adams, Eisenhower's chief deputy. The President was decked ow . in a loud bow tie of red and white figures on a dark green hack-ground. clipped to the collar of his goldeolored pajamas. Surprises Wife "The President said that he and his morning nurse had been planning that ag a surprise for Mrs. Eisenhower for the last three days," Nixon told reporters. Nixon said Mrs. Eisenhower bold him later that she "practically rolled on the floor" when she saw the getup. Nixon said the President showed a "vital interest" in national and international problems and specified "several subjects" he wanted to talk to Cabinet members about. lie didn't name them. Politics Otoitted And Nixon told a Saturday night news conference "there was no discussion of the future as far as political problems were concerned" in his private talk with the President earlier in the afternoon. Personal friends of Eisenhower ,say they expect him to have the biggest voice in the selection of, his successor as GOP nominee. They have insisted from the time of his seizure that he will tot run again. The decision to keep the President at the hifspital here instead of flying him to Gettysburg sooner was due to a number of factors, among them, the desire to avoid taking him to his plane on a stretcher. , SHERMAN OAKS AUCTION GALLERIES 14760 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks. ST-41887 SPECIAL ONE NIGHT President Accepts "The President, I might add," Dr. White told the news conference, "accepted this program gracefully, and asked us not to rush his treatmentwhich we do not intend to do anyway. "He does not wish to have to be carried onto the plane, even if by doing so he might get away from here earlier." Dr, White said that sometimes early moving of a 'patient "may be a little hazardous." "I might add that the President is used to his doctors and nurses here," the physician continued. "Ile is happysome excellent countryside with very nice views all around him, arid we hope he may do a little painting a bit later." , . Out On Porch The President is sufficiently improved, his doctors , say, to have his bed rolled out on the porches near his eighth-floor room to get what White described as "a magnificent view of the Rockies." One of the reasons for keeping the President here, White said, is that it will be "quieter" for him to be "away from more temptations to get into things too deeply" than would be the case in the East. Mal Gen. Howard M. Snyder, Eisenhower's personal physician, chimed in at one point to say it Is "almost an absolute probability" that Eisenhower will be flowm to Gettysburg when he leaves here. Gradual Step-Up There the President likely will have "a month of rehabilitation" and light "recreation" in the process of returning to a "normal life," Dr. White said. "Many-patients returnto--work gradually in the third month, but some patients don't get back till the fourth month or the fifth month," he said. As for the immediate future, the doctors unanimously endorsed a stepup in the President's schedule on handling government business and seeing officials. ' over Agenda Ills conference with Dulles, hi which they will go over the agenda for the foreign ministers meeting in Geneva starting Oct. 27. will be limited to 15 minutes, but the President "is going to be allowed to express his opinions." ''I think it is going to be very helpful for the President." Utile said. "We feel quite sureand this is often true and usually true that when a person worries and thinks over what he ought to be doing, it may do his nervous system, and thereby his circulation and heart, more harm than to have a little mental activity which is not going to be strenuous," , CI EVEREST S. e- 71 JENNIN;$ I ) I A e, -, ,,:!;c31 Whist r - 1 , -liChalts It s , . 1 Ii f,- , i , ,o- ,, 1011:11 la . 4 j ;4 la INcNIS :C' .!: &A ik......044-10 1..:-21 VIHEELCHAIR----- SPECIALTY SHOP h , 1 S912 Van Hays Blvd. ''. A, , t ST-5-0044 I --(4FT',.....r..'"77.1..1:17""...r...".('...1..!...""ts.,V1."....AWItvovemprirwrrow.m.ri,m..umo,?AmmrmororrompoomnftgRPOMP.FOIR.MmnW li Famous Radio and Television Personality, et al. CONSISTING IN PART COMPLETE BACCARATE CRYSTAL SERVICE FOR 12 fl BEAUTIFUL TUFTED KING-SIZE HEADBOARD SET COMPLETE 13I.PC. FRENCH tIMOGE D ER INNER SVICE 12 CROTCH MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT t ANTIQUE EARLY AMERICAN CHEST, DRESSER DESK. DROP LEAF ROUND TABLE, CHAIRS, fiTC.. 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More than 140 Aerobees have already been fired, to altitudes as high as 123 miles. Nike Rockets 2. A number of Nike-Deacon combination rockets, also at Fort Churchill. The 25-foot-long Nike Is the Army's standard antiaircraft missile. Its power plant is attached to the Deacon rocket to give the latter added range. 3. Four dozen or more DeaconSkyhook balloon combinations, off Greenland and northeren Canada in the Arctic, a like number from ships in the Pacific off San Diego and another four to six dozen from ships on a track south from the equator to the Antarctic. The Sky-hook balloon carries the Deacon to a height of many miles, from which the rocket is launched. The combination is called the Rockoon, and more than 30 of them have been launched, to as high as 60 miles. Hundreds of Rockairs three-inch rockets and other smell types launched from jet aircraft at high altitude, In the Chincoteague, Val area. Back MrsiSimi In Honorary Mayor Race In Lancaster Making their sblection from among some of Lancaster's most actively community minded women, the Woman's Club and the Junior Woman's Club have chosen Mrs. Una Pete Simi as tneir candidate for honorary mayor title. Sponsored by the Lancaster Lions, balloting In the honorary mayor race will begin Nov. 1 to continue throughout the month. Mrs. Simi, president of the Woman's Club in1953 and charter president of the Juniors, has an honorary life membership In both organizations. She has served as vice president of the Co-ordinating Council several years and of the local chapter of Red Cross. During the war years, she was instrumental in founding the Motor Corps and served as its first captain. 'Her husband Dante is a building contractor and she has one son, Dante Jr., a student at Antelope Valley High School. Rotarians To Mark Clubts Anniversary Former Rotary Club -district governors and Valley Rotary presidents will be special guests of Toluca Lake Rotary Club when it marks its fifth anniversary at 7;30 p.m. today with a dinner at Lakeside Golf Club. The club was founded Oct. 10, 1950 by a group of nine men headed by M. A. Vargo. Members of Rotary Anns have also been issued invitations. During a special program following the dinner, Lloyd Prante, principal of John Adams Junior High School will discuss, "Eat Your Apple Now." Ikensed 0:9,,MAk MONDAY, OCTOBER 10 at 7:30 P.M. Sharp FEATURING FURNISHINGS OF FRANK REMLEY JOHN WALLIS Auctioneer Bonded aucariosancranzgwgri, 10 imuovwleRsponmmanwmrg.n, - . PREVIEW SHOES AT NEW SALON Irving Braverman, left, manager of new Mande Is Shoe Salon which opened today,st 8409 Van Nuys Blvd., Panorama City, exhibits some of newest women's shoe styles at special preview. Models are, from left, Joyce Bayne, Dorris Riter, Edythe Margolis and Sue Gordon.Valley Times Photo. ' I Cancer Clinic Aims To Help Spot Disease A well-patient clinic, aimed at spotting cancer before it is even suspected, wes opened today at the UCLA medical center. Dr.' George C. Hall, clinic director, said the unit offers the public its first opportunity to take advantage of the Penn sero-flocculation blood test as a screening method for cancer in well individuals. The test,' named after Dr. Harry Is. Penn who conceived it 20 years ago, has been successful in finding cancer in some 32,000 tests so far, Dr. Hall said. Since 1948 when the Penn test was announced, research has been done on the test at the Veterans' Administration Center here. During the past several months, nine medical centers in the country have conducted the test. A UCLA announcement said: ''Reports to date indicate that it will prove positive in (1) over 90 per tent of various types of invasive cancers, (2) in less than 55 per cent in normal individuals and (3). in 8 to 10 per cent in various other non-cancerous diseases." The U.S. Public Health Service has estimated that 9 cancer eases in every 1,000 persons will be found through use of the blood test. 1,500 On Strike At Plant In L.A. Some 1500 employes of the Cannon Electric Co. were on strike today after last minute negotiations to reach a new contract failed. Local 811 of CIO's United Auto Workers last night rejected a final company offer of wage increases ranging from 9 to 19 cents an hour with a 4-cent increase In the shift differential and additional health, life insurance and vacation benefits. This would have made the top hourly rate $2.97, exclusive of night shift differential. Critical military Items make up about 50 per cent of the comvany's contracts, primarily for electric wiring devices known as Cannon plugs, according to Paul G. Kaponya, director of Industrial relations. Hound Puppy Lost, 'Child Owner, 4, Ill Four-year-old Vernon Castle, of 4941 Morse Ave., Van Nuys, Is under doctor's care today following the disappearance of his pet, a white female beagle hound puppy, with brown and black spots. The dog was last seen in the MoorparkWhItsett area yesterday. A reward is offered for its recovery. Information ea nbe called in to 1 STate 9-7997 in the evenings. 1 F it-etr,"h; LOCKSMITH LOCKED OUT ATLANTA (AA locksmith went to work early today so he could pick the lock on the door of his store. Loy Lee, who has been a locksmith 30 years, said he installed a fine old oak door and a 50-year-old lock on his store Saturday. But when he got home he discovered he'd left the keys to the lock Inside the store. Federal Officials To Reveal U.S. Policy On Power WASHINGTON ii,---Federal officials this week get a chance to answer accusations that the Eisenhower administration has favored private power companies over rural electric cooperatives. Secretary of Interior Douglas McKay, Rural Electrification Administration Ancher Nelsen and their aides have been invited to testify at a hearing beginning tomorrow on the government's power policies. The hearing will be before the House public works and resources subcommittee which heard complaints at recent field hearings in California, Missouri, Georgia, Colorado and Idaho. Includes: Labor and inner materials, stripping set, re-gluing, re-doweled frame, re-tie springs and new foam in cushions. Free Pick-up and delivery. BUDGET TERMS. te ter i,-.,,,, - it:t. - ii-r1,411k h - 48.?-f ,( -. e aitt..t Awe: , .: . 4 ,1444,44,. ALioduts0.10M161061411Wit.ettio.WOmkg.4041,0eivimelita,) 5 Die In Traffic, None In Valleys Five persons were killed In Los Angeles County traffic accidents over the week end, but the San Fernando and Antelope valleys reported a near clean slate with only a 15-year-old Newhall youth severely injured. Jan Kovatch, of 516 Arch St., is In serious condition at Newhall Community Hospital today, with major injuries he suffered .when the car in which he was riding overturned near the interSection of Highway 7913 an 99 Saturday night. Driver Lloyd A. Planford, of the same Newhall address, was uninjured. , Fatal traffic victims w ere Thomas W, Studer, 17, of South Gate; Slick) Russo, 60; of San Pedro; Lloyd D. Taylor, 29, of Feliflower; John D. Sender Jr., 12, of Long Beach, and John J. Lane, 40, of Glendora. A lumber truck driven by Bernard Levine, 2024 Maple St., Burbank, overturned today at the Vineland avenue entrance In the Hollywood Freeway. Levine was treated at North Hollywood Hospital for minor Injuries. Traffic was not disrupted as the truck spilled on the right bank of the road. Kefauver Sees Need For Aid Reappraisal 'mum 0us. Sen. Estes Kefauver said today he thought America's big Far Eastern aid program needs "reappraisal" in some countries, but is generally "well handled." The Tennessee Democrat, nearing the end of a seven-nation Far Eastern tour, said the balance between economic and military funds should be examined in 'particular cases. "But'on the whole r would say the money is well received, well used and handled by good personnel," he said in an interview before flying to Korea, He reported he will have "a good many recommendations" to make to the Senate Armed Services Committee when he returns to Washington. Ile was briefed on the military situation for nearly two hours today by Gen. L. L. Lemnitzer, Far East commander. and his aides. Saugus Farmer Attacked In Bar Sheriff's deputies are looking today for a man who attacked Carl W. Fleeman, a Saugus farmer, In a bar at 17533 Sierra Highway, Newhall, cutting Fleeman's lace with a broken bottle. Fleeman reported he was sitting with his wife, Jean, in the roadside cafe, last night when a,. man started to argue with him and attacked him. He was treated at Newhall Community Hospital. You RECEIVE Full Length Standard Window Draperies Made to Your Measure Labor and Materials 12 Exciting Colors All Traverse Equipment Complete Installation 4i,Wo;o0,.44 00 2-pc. set Traverse Draw Drapes ICUSTOM MADE 1 October Special 31,1146:or' per panel bothaltng Installatio 40. 77,mosf,m'rifi ler . 1'14, Call Dat or Eve. fi SU-3-9131 ,4 Il , , sill 883 DRAPERY 8, UPHOLSTERING CO. suoGET 12418 Ventura Blvd., Studio City TERMS Free Decorating Service In Your Home AVAIIABLI -. 1. 3 , I 2 . i 4 ' 1 '''.1'41 11 flit 'o, 4o ,'', , ' - i ik'''' ' I" ! 0 . 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