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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - October 10, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaNash s observes 72nd birthday department store Chain holds special sales event Nash s department store Al Dong Stor Cwolde savings in its l. Bates final rites Chain is celebrating us 72nd annl Orsary this month by pro f. C. Nash honorary chairman Hammond g. Nash Ikird chairman Roscoe c. Thomas president More than 50 departments. Nash s was founded in 1889 and a the Only department store owned and operated for that length of time by Pasa Deria residents. Its growth As a department store Chain has paced the growth of san Gabriel Valley. The store Chain developed from a Small Corner store Selling groceries fuel feed Neil Genera merchandise info i if ran p. If five stores with snips volume approximating million mum Fly. The store management stated that ills Large volume makes possible the Low prices featured during the Annisor sary Sale. More than 400 nationally known manufacturers Havo co operated with Nash s staff of 42 buyers to provide Brand name fashion items for every age a variety of Home needs and novelties and other merchandise never offered be fore. Preparation for this Sale be Gan last May according to Harold g. Vlcek executive vice president and general merchandise manager. Almost All buyers made trips to East Ern manufacturing centers Dur ing tie Summum months and Over is million Worth of Mer Chandise was bought specially fur the company s 1sg1 anniversary Sale. Selections for this event Are entirely said do not offer marked Down Mer Chandise from our stocks. All items must have approval of our anniversary Sale Merchan Dise committee and if any Mer Chandise proposed by a department manager does nol show a saving of at least 2c per tent it is Reje Tod. Many reductions Are As much As half of regular Nash s was founded in 1889 by a. K. Nash and his brother j. D. Nash. Later Fred c. Nash a. K. Nash and presently honorary chairman of the e Board became president and general manager to be succeeded in turn by his son Hammond g. Nash now chair Man of the Board. Another to Rantson of a. K. Nash Ros a Thomas is currently pros Ideal and general manager. Benefit for clinic planned Lorenzo Bob nates 84, will by held at 2 . Tomorrow in Little Church of the Forest Lawn memorial Park or. Bates who died last week in a Santa aha convalescent Hospital was a native of Dos mollies but a resident of Cali fornia for Marc than 50 years. He owned the Throop meat Market in Pasadena until 1930 and the new olympic Market in los Angeles until his retire ment in 1951. An Active Mason and Cal k 111 53 he was r life member of Pasa Tei to m p 63 2055 Dena . And a member of Ensign Bagley Camp no. United Spanish american War veterans. He is survived by a Daugh Ter mrs. Marlon Ware of Pasa Dena and Newport Beach a granddaughter mrs. Judy Kearns of Newport Beach and three great grandsons. 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Rut i Jones is chair pulpit 4nd Pew missionary Tea planned the women s missionary of Bethel a Pilsl Church will have its annual birthday Tea tonight at 7 with the men and Young peo ple being invited. A special program with a missionary Alienie has been r prepared. Speakers will lie Rev. And mrs. James Wilson mis on furlough from Hashimoto Japan. The Wil sons missionaries under the to Arr of foreign missions of the Baptist general Confer ence arc members of Bethe Baptist Church. They will Tel of their missionary activity and show coloured slides o their work. Following the p program there be . Fellow ship hour with refreshments everyone is invited to attend. 4 children die in fire Warren children were burned to death yesterday when their two Story Frame Home was Gutta cd by fire on the first Day of fire prevention . The victims children of or. And mrs. Kenneth sours were Christopher 1, Peter 2, Susan 4 and Kenneth 6. The parents and Peter s twin Paul escaped the Burn , advertisements certificate of business fictitious name. The does certify lie is conducting a Busini at my East Foo Thiu. Blvd. Pasa Dena Call Folk. Under the Lloud firm nume of f it b Mac co. And that said firm it com cm1. La posed of the following person whose name in full place of years residence it u follows i Floyd Odenbaugh. J59 West Terrace . Dated. September 25, 1061. Signature Floyd Odenbaugh suit of California. San entertainers will perform free of charge oct. 14 in. A giant fund raising dinner and dance pro Gram at the san Marino women s club 1800 Blunt Langton or. Proceeds from the event which will feature five separate troupes of Cost rhed Folk and Tableaux dancers will be donated to the Nicholson clinic inc. In los Angeles for use in us program of remedial Educa Tion for children. The children s scholarship fund auxiliary is sponsoring the event which is open to the Public. Mrs. Vera , general chairman of the fund raising event said that the entertainment will include b Trio of Jan Waisun dancers the Urcla Folk dancers he hungarian Freedom fight ers dance Troup. The Hurch Mann Holtzman singers and dancers and the grandly dancers. These 70 performs will far out do the famous russian mols Heyck Folk dancers who recently performed in the los Angeles shrine auditorium to sell out mrs. Vander Wall said. The evening will commence with a full course prime rib dinner and there will also be five piece orchestra for social dancing. A donation of for adults and for teen agers Anil younger is suggested. Ticket information May he obtained by railing mrs. Van Tennail at at 4-0158. Marvin Vanderwall chair Man of the ticket distribution committee and a member of the scholarship fund auxiliary Board of trustees said the clinic has been at its pres ent location for the past 18 los Aecus county on sept. A tie fire me. Notary Public in and for Tate slate bars orally appeared Floyd amok known to me to by the person Whoie name u inns craned to the within instrument and acknowledged he executed the Nuth b. Pryor. Of nary Public Publ Lih sept. 24 oct. 3, 10, it works with children whose Basic potential is average or higher than average. Yet because of Subtle arid out Wardly invisible chemical emotional or they Are not Able 1o learn in school in he same ways is other Vanderwall said. re l Zeal 7cv tit Norway 73 Oslo 7s Polani us Iii it n 73 announces plans will be made for the oct. 25 meeting when department president will Punj her official visit. Further in formation May be obtained he Man of the social hour to Fol calling mrs. Clark by. 2-ot84. School today Telephone people Are providing closed circuit tvs channels that bring thousands of students in the Pacific West some part of their schooling. Providing hookups for educational to is another Way phone people meet the need for communications of All Homes in in business in government. Pacific Telephone the nation wide Bell system

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