Los Angeles Evening Citizen News from Hollywood, California on January 11, 1951 · 7
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Los Angeles Evening Citizen News from Hollywood, California · 7

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Thursday, January 11, 1951
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r V M v " 7 r S - - 3 'j -tv-' ' - S' - im Defense Unit Lists Medical Directors NORTH HOLLYWOOD — Dr Gordon U -Richardson baa bent appointed medical director of the North Hollywood area Los Angeles Civilian Defense Emergency Corps' Doctor Richardson's appointment resulted from a recommendation by the Civilian Defense Committee of the Los Angeles County Medical Assn Deputy medical directors of ' North Hollywood are Drs Wiliam D Evans G Ellis Doty and Ar thur Feinfield Members of the headquarters staff include Dick Stewartr exeeu tive office Gordon Stevens assistant executive officer William McCann personnel officer Roy Kassebaum assistant personnel officer ’ OTHERS LISTED Other members are Ted Barber supply officer William Chase transportation ’officer Errol Shour communications officer Mrs Hazel Owen public relations officer and Sirs Mary Story RN nurse liaison officer : The group's headquarters will be at the North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce office 5324 Bak-man A ve Meetings will he held on Thursday evenings at 7:30 pm - Doctor Richardson is anxious to bear from all inactive registered nurses former medical rorpsmen and all qualified first aid personnel Those -interested may register by telephoning McCann at SUnset 1-5111: Kassebaum at SUnset 2-1165 or by calling at 'the Chamber office Take Drugs $360 From Pharmacy SHERMAN OAKS — Two gunmen robbed the Kyffin Pharmacy 6000 Woodland Ave of 8360 and a ouantity of narcotics last night: The victim Edmund Kyffin of Hollywood told police two men entered the pharmacy and at Pinpoint forced two witnesses Retsy Jensen of 13531 Wyandotte -St and Lvman H Robinson of 4500 Greenbush Ave into the prescription room Kvffin said they took the money from bis billfold and a quantity of morphine and dilaudid TV owsr? 1 St -T0 AH BurbVk 50 T -axnaa'rS BURBANK — Burbnk taxpayers will be furnished te services of a state income tax examiner to aid them in filling but state Income tax forms He will be stationed -in the Burbank Chamber of Onmmerse 162 E Orange Grove Ave from March 5 to IS and from Abril 2 to 16 according to Franklin Lowney general manager The official scheduled to aid taxpayers-is S J Gan of tye State Franchise Tax Board The services will he - offered without charge - State Income tax forms must be filed by April 16 for the calendar year ending Dec 31 1950 Sunland-Tujunga Area Doctors Register Monday SUNLAND-TUJUNGA q- All doctors dentists and veterinarians in the Sunland-TUjiinga area ai? scheduled to register for the draft Monday in the Chamber of Commerce - They will be signed up by Dorothy McCleod Chamber secretary who also serves as a deputy registrar for Selective Service Board 85 vuty UPRIERS hIiMuM IMS -Sr 4 faarfM nrrUr china mink russian ermine ' black persian lamb rusaisn marmot muskrat back russian squirrel natural kid caracul persian paw i and many many mere coats shorties capes steles S : I Wi t Mf rii Fulfil IxctM Tii During thn Sain GENEROUS TERMS "FW be here tomorrow to hoc k up what see aey toj ajrm 1 1 years al 5055 Unktrthim Blvd N Hollywood MARRIED SINCE 1884 — Mr and Mrs Charles R Thomas 6f North Hollywood will be' honored Satur- day ‘at their 67th wedding anniversary The two possess a keen sense of humor and enjoy sound health They reside with their daughter Mrs Ethel Atchison 'Give Gals Their Way Man's Marital Theory Here's Proof It Works ' By HAIG KEROPIAN SAN FERNANDO VALLEY— When two people have shared an uninterrupted period of 'marital happiness for 67 years the reason could well be a sound one — and worthy of note: For Mr and Mrs Charles R Thomas of North Hollywood: whose 67th wedding anniversary will be honored on Saturday the l!ormula is a simple one In the gallant words of Mr Thomas who is nearing his 90th birthday the secret is: “Let women have their wAy and life will be very harmonious "I tried both ways and came to this conclusion a great many years ago I have followed it religiously ever since” With a merry twinkle 'in his eyes Mr Thomas’ Turned to his wife Idaj and said ‘"isn’t ‘ that right mother?" Mrs Thomas who is approach-ng her 88th birthday answered with a nod and warm smile The two are enjoying sound health and appear much younger than 'their ages would indicate both in outlook and appearance Both possess a keen sense Of hufaor which they feel has contributed toward their long years VN CHAMBER RAPS COUNCIL F0RN0T ADDING COUNCILMEN V AN - NU YS— -Th e Van Nuys Chamber of Com- ' merce has protested the Los Angeles City Council’s -recent action In tabling its replution requesting that the City Charter be amended to provide addi-tional councilmanic districts -The protest was in the form of a letter sent -byt: James G Moran secretary-manager of the Cham- ber Moran based his protest on the population growth and the business and commercial develop- ments that hare taken place in the San Fernando Valley’ annual january m As Is our usual custom for -t ha past 11 years your Valley's largest furrier does not wish to carry any furs into next saason and thusly we ere able to give you fresh lovely 1 95 1 styling for wear right now You get the same high quality unsurpassed value and the beauty of furs 'for which we ere known to of health and happiness Enjoying life's golden years In mellow companioship and devotion Mr and Mrs Thomas live with their daughter Mrs Ethel Atchi son at 5126 Willowcrest St The two are natives of New York anc have lived in the valley for neatly nine years Saturday’s anniversary celebra tion will be attended by a few ol their friends including George Hjeite general manager of the Los Angeles Recreation and Park Dept finite will be toast master a Job he has fulfilled annually during the past seven years St Joseph Hospital Gets $300f000 Loan BURBANK ' — ‘ Arrangements have been completed to'-provide St Joseph Hospital in Burbank with loans totalling 8300800 '-to finance construction of a new heating plant and laundry it was announced today - -s The Joans - -war -graatd- by New York insurance company and a Seattle bank- Building1 the -two units Is part of a long range project to double the size of the- hospital f i-‘ I5 ' o r : -i e - ' ‘ 'S ' Vz off f SU - I - I822 SU-3-5721 'V'" 7 - K - uv FOUR INJURED f YESTERDAY IN FREAK ACCIDENT t BURBANK— TWo women an infant and a boy on a' bicycle were injured in a freak auto accident at Pepper and -- Allan Sts 1 yesterday after-f noon- Mrs Elizabeth Vt Kasper 1604 N Pepper was driving her car with her -4-month-oid baby Louise on the seat The - infant started to fall off ' the 1 seat and her mother' grabbed Louise Mrs Kasper's car : struck an auto driven by Thel- nu V Warner 581 W Dryden St Glendale The -impact threw the Warner car into the pith of Walter El Gonzales ' 15 of 1445 N Pass Ave who was riding a bicycle 1 The two women - and the baby suffered bruises Walter suffered a badly cut hand and ( bruised leg Star to Appeal At Banquet north" HOLLYWOOD — The annual installation banquet of the Valley Jewish Community Center on Tuesday - evening will include participation by Donald O'Connor movie comedian and Judge Ben Rosenthal -The banquet which will begin at 8:15 pm in- the David Famil-ian Chapel will feature entertainment by Pavel Slavensky noted Czech opera singer and D’Vaughn Pershing pianist who formerly appeared with Ken Murray’s “Blackouts” Dance music will be played by Sammy Weisa and Ben Gill in the Center's South Social HalL -Judge Rosenthal will 'seat Herman L Berck as new president and other new center officers trustees and advisory board members Keller to Address Recreation Session : BURBANK— WllliamV Keller superintendent of recreation for Burbank has been named to participate in a panel - discussion at the forthcoming California Assor elation for Health Physical Education and Recreation Conference Saturday-in Anaheim' - : - Hr' will discuss -Co-ordination Between Public and School “ De partments In Use of Facilities” Theme of the conference which will be attended by top recreation and physical education lead- ers from all parts of the Southwest is to be "Mid-Century Preparedness” Scouts Winter Camp Scheduled for Ian 20-21 SUNLAND-TUJUNGA — The Sunland-Tujunga District Winter Camp for Boy Scouts will be held the weekend Jan 20-21 In Chil-do in the Angeles National Forest it wax announced today Archie Anderson district- commissioner said that Scouts will be taken to the camp early' that Saturday and will spend the night returning in time for church services the next day ’ -Explorer units have been invited to join Jn the activity ’ ' - ' ' ' SAN FERNANDO— Registration had started today for first aid training courses to be offered in line with the Civilian Defense program in San Fernando It Is hoped that one but of every sewn ' persons in the city will become proficient iii first aid for use during a possible attack Registration is offered In the San Fernando Chamber of Commerce - office - at 209 Chatswqpth Dr and - in the City Hall one block west of San Fernando Rd on Brand Blvd Classes will be given both by the Los Angeles City School System Adult Evening School at San Fernando High School and by the American' Red Cross' Plans are to hold evening a well as day sessions The Chamber of Commerce reported today that qualified first! aid instructors are needed to help! MERCHANTS TO MEET BI-WEEKLY BURBANK— A new policy under Which the Merchants Division of the Burbank Chamber of Commerce will hoEd luncheon meetings every two weeks was announced today The first in these bi-weekly gatherings will be held at noon Monday in the Burbank Elks Club Library 145 E Palm Ave- : ' This program is designed to acquaint merchants ' with one another Meetings will con sist of luncheon followed by a short business session ±" ' Vh - - -v- Vjt 4 i " WHERE’S THE STUDIO CITY Usually police attempt to find a suspect to fit the crime Today it was the other way around -Police had three men in Jail on suspicion of robber)’ but did not know whom the suspects had robbed or the scene of the crime if any was' committed 1 1 The ’three suspects ''are Jack Wilkey 28 of 5830 Satsuma Ave LA Man Ahested Oh Attempted Auto Stealing Charge BURBANK— William T Adams 32 of 316 Clay St Los Angeles was arrested shortly after - midnight on an attempted car burglary charge -' Sam S Tonjoi a- gardener of 9945 Coldwater - Canyon North Hollywood told police he and two friends entered his parked car at 22 E VenJugo Ave and saw a man in tbe back seat j r One friend grappled ’-with Ihe man who broke away and fled Tomoi called police The trio patrolled the area with officers in a squad car and pointed out -Adams standing on a street eorner ' ' The suspect was 'recently released from county jail where he served a 75-day term on a narcotics charge Boychoir to Sing At Benefit Event TUJUNGA — The annual concerts - of ' the - Verdugo : Hill Art Assn to be' held Jan 19 and’20 will fuataee winsic by the'filHieU' Boychoir it was announced today To begin at 8 pnv the programs will yary from 'Baph to boogie- with religious classical and awing music In between tTh event will take place in Pinewood Auditorium 10111 Silvertois Ave The 'finale: will be ah operetta Created by Betty Best the association's membership chairman especially for the Boychoir 'which is directed hy ' Bob' Mitchell ' its founder'- ' ' ' 'A 'portion of the proceeds will be donated to the March of Dimes campaign ‘ ' v — — TT—' — ? — — -X- Po thick Dinner r SAN FERNANDO VALLEY— A PQtluck dinner and business meeting of the San Fernando Valley Christian' Business Men's - Committee will be held at -6:30 pm Monday in the North Hollywood Presbyterian Church 5000 Colfax Ave'- j w q out in the program which before it is completed should have trained about 1500 persons ' The Civilian Defense Corps in San Fernanda pdvixea that interested individual register early for reference in class times and days "QUEEN FOR A DAY” 9:45 aM- ThmWiA Thun Jan 30 3i Feb l EL PORTAL THEATER 5269 Lankershim PW NORTH HOLLYWOOD Added Attraction North Hollywood FASH0H SHOW Under direction of Kay Ross and sponsored by -The Retail Merchants of the - -North Hollywood' Chamber of Commerce FJIEE TICKETS - v --‘a the -- North Hollywood Chamber of (Commerce - 5124 Baimaa Aee YALLEYCiTIZENNEWS 5048 Laekenhim Bled VQueen For A Day” broadcast from the E Portal Theater on the entire Mutual network for these three days V V i ” v“ - 1 - v'- -w ' section 'i Thursday Jan U 1951 CRIME ? 1 ’ Hold 3 Richardson Williams 25 of 5546 Lankershim Blvd and ! Raleigh Souderj 83 pf 5519 Tujunga Ave They were Arrested in a motel cabin last night at 10822 Ventura Blvd by Officers R K Caution and H F Jenkins who believed the men were using the cabin as a hideout - The ’ officers- made :the arrest after 'another motel resident told them he overheard the men saying they were Vhot" that one' man had fired five shots through a door and that the crime had been committed too late to "make the evening papers and would -probably be in the morning paper” Caution said none of the men were employed The- trio told the police "You have the wrong guys Named b C of C iMTAN NUYS— A nominating committee has been appointed to select 1? candidates for the election of new directors of the Van Nuys Chamber of Commerce The directors elected will serve on the board from March 1 1951 to 1953 : Members of the committee include Norb Moffatt Elmer H Meyer William T ' Richardson Bert Sanford and R L McDonald The' new - directors will be installed at the Chamber's annual banquet to be held February 22 Wallace Trau is chairman of the committee in charge To Open Bids Feb 1 On High School Work SAN FERNANDO —The Los Angeles Board of Education will open bids on Feb I on the contract! for the following work at the San Fernando High School Repainting and refinishing of the exterior of the administration building the industrial arts building the boys’ physical education building' the auditorium building the cafeteria building the science building- the craft building Ihe gymnasium building the mechanical arts building six ' bungalows 11 shfds outside service units a glass' house exterior and interior of a lath house two tnds of stationary-bleachers portable bleachers a lunch pavilion and the installation of ground equipment GIVES YOU THE BEST VALUES FORYOUR DOLLAR Our policy of top quality men’s clothing atJbwest possible prices gives you values that cannot be duplicated anywhere Rtg$6SOO Value 100 All Wool Sharkskin - Beautifully hand ‘I tailored Hand set in collars Hi n d made ' button holes Top quality fabric All sizes Reg $4500 Vale GABARDINE CRAVENETTED — WATERPROOF For those cool mornings and nights Perfect-' ly tailored Cra-venetted pro-cessed for waterproofing Heavyweight material All sixes (P o North Hollywood - 11219 Magnolia Blvd 1 Store West ef tisfcsnhlw Ogee lees to e-at WtSA CLOTHING CO W To Cal Transit Linesj Transportation Permit Free bus transportation tor Wiest San Fernando Valle residents stranded-by the Pacific Electric rail abandonment plan today received the approval of the City Planning Commission I A public transportation permit was granted to Cal Transit Lines Inc Business’ men of Tarzana: arid Reseda are furnishing financial backing for the venture Between '200 nd 350 persons are now using the' route--daily Expectations are that the bus line will ' sene about '2000: home - in the area that was left without transportation by the Pacific Epee-trie Co The - present - service is planned only as a temporary ‘relief with the hope that sufficient data will be' obtained to warrant continuance of the line on 'a paying basis The route as approved by the commission includes a - south loop from the intersection of Burbank Blvd with Etiwanda: St-- along Burbank -Blvd- to LuidleyHat-teras Larfsen to Burbank to Balboa Vanowen-'and Reseda 'Blvd at Sherman Way - r-The nqrthem routes 'will- run from Reseda ahd Sherman Way over Reseda t Blvd Jo Balboa Stagg Louise : and - back - to the terminal Abandonment of seven- Pacific Electric freight stations on - the San Fernando-Canoga Park line was authorized yesterday byj the State Public Utilities Commission The stations which are to ' be abandoned in c 1 u d e Wyandotte Mission Acre Plunimer Hanna Picover Reseda and Canoga Park It was found after a hearing that the - amount of' freight received at these junctions no longer justifies maintenance of 'rail lines to sene them Wedding Feast Becomes Blood Bath TRIPOLL Libia UPr— A British court invoked payment of blood money ("zia”y under thfc -Islamic law -in the accidental 'slaying of two guests at a ' wedding feast Ahmed Ben Miftah exuberant brother of the bridegroom ? fired off his I rifle - to ' celebrate ' One shot hit and killed tWp 'gifests Judge Khalil ' Bey Khuri of the British court fined him 5800 directing that the money be paid to dependents of the- victims ’' But Ahmed Ben' Miftah- went -behind prison bars for ’three months for possessing rifle and - ammunition without permit t Sewer Contract OK'd A 85205 contract - to 'construct severs in Vose St from the alley west oflVan Nuys Blvd to Cedrps Ave in the Van Nuys district was awarded to John C Kujundzich by the city Board of Public Works today STILL mm Ogee COMPLETE NEWS :rac COVERAGE 4 t Stillwell on 'v v SAN FERNANDO— Parks Still well attorney 1 was greeted this morning by fellow attorneys and dty officials as he stepped to the bench of the San Fernando Justice Court for the first time as Justice of the Peace of Saij-Fer-nando Township Among those on hand were Judge Philbrick McCoy of the Los Angeles County Superior Court‘Who gave the main welcoming speech Edward Olstyn representing the San ferns ndo Bar : Assn members - Of the San Fernando City Council and officials of local American Legion posts ' -fl Cerertionies took - place In the court room in the Mission Building The facilities are shared by the San Fernando Braifch of S£-perior Court - - Stillwell who has practiced Ip ’ this state for about five years replaces Justice H A Decker whom he defeated in’ the June 1950 elections Decker had held the post for the past 0 years: ' FIREHOUSE SLATES -OPEN HOUSE JAN' 21 SUNLAND - TUJUNGA 'Tentative plans were 'laid to-jr day for an open house Jan '21 q t the new: Sunlnd-Tu- ' A junga Fire Station on Sun- - land Blvd between the two communities - 5 - ' To take place - between 1 and 5 pm the open house will be sponsored by the Sun- land -TU junga Chamber of 'Commerce ‘ 'The new unit replaces the ' old statoin bn Commerce Ave - which was abandoned for need -of larger quarters Built 'on a modem design the station is said to resem- ble an up-to-date- residence rather than a fire station VmuNuy 6376 Van Nuys Blvd Car- Vktery-Vee Nays I tv Daily- le T peu— PiMay to I -1 ’H : ’ -t-'r-V -r : ' r - ' - - ' - :V'" ‘0 v - ' r - -V : ‘-"J- r ' - i ' ' ' V r 1 r -J - - :

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