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Van Nuys News, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1959, Van Nuys, CaliforniaAttend Panorama City Dollar Days today Friday saturday per 5 copy main office 14539 Sylvan St., Van Guys Calif. F 7111 Phona Iii Stony a a we i mail . Box 310, Van nuyt Reseda office 7035 Reseda blvd. Jul Ftp Calif. Dickens i w i Canoga Park office 7210 Jordan ave. A Flat a Congo Park Calif. Diamond i circulation office 2-9450 news 96 pages and Valley Green Sheet established 1911 your Hometown newspaper published every sunday tuesday i and thursday morning for Van Guys Canoga Parx Tarzana Chatsworth Granada Hills Panorama City Woodland Hills Northridge Winnetka Sepulveda Sherman Oaks Reseda Encino Pacoma 47th year leads in classified advertising thursday. January leads in Home deliveries no. 85 expressed editorially by Walter Mendenhall Faga of newspaper presses reviewing the news achievement edition reminded us that newspaper press Progress might be of interest to some of our readers Carly Days slow when the news was established in 1911 in a Small building at 14441 Sylvan Street Van Guys was a Mere infant and an archaic Campbell press with a capacity of 4 pages and production of 500 an hour sufficed. In the Early twenties circulation had grown to where a Babcock express with a production of 2400 per hour was installed. In 1928 population had increased to a Point where the news grew to two publications weekly and a Goss Comet press with a capacity of 8 pages and Speed of 3500 impressions an hour was in stalled. Markets reopening today in food tie up settlement 4500 Here return to jobs n new building and press in 193b the publishers erected a new Structure a 14539 Sylvan Street and four years later installed c Hoe press that had a Capac Ity of 32 pages at a Speed o pm hour. So rapidly had circulation of the news grown that in 1953 the pub Lishers erected a Large Indus trial Structure at 14931 Calif a Street to accommodate press and circulation departments and installed a Goss 5-unit press with a capacity of 8q pages and Speed of an hour additional units Are presently being added. In 1954 publication Days were increased to three times weekly sunday tuesday and thursday mornings. Bumming up the news and action due to prevent rail deaths traffic head asks Board to restrict Raymer left turns prohibition of left turns during Peak traffic hours at Raymer St. Intersection on Van Guys and Sepulveda blvd. Will be recommended today to the Board of traffic commissioners by Sam s. Taylor general Man Ager of the City traffic dept Survey prompted Taylor s recommendations Are in line with findings made by the news in its traffic study which was under taken following the nov. 20 death of a Van Guys woman when she was struck by a speeding freight train at Van Guys blvd. Arid Raymer St. The news cited left turn perils at both intersections and warned that other deaths would occur unless some thing was done. The article on the intersect tides prompted a traffic sur vey by Taylor s department. Councilman James c. Cor continued on Page 17 outstanding students at Patrick Henry Junior High school Are David Ross Man 14 and Barbara Ott 14. Awards Are presented by Granada Hills rotary club with Secretary Bert Graper on left making presentation. With them is principal . Studies under Way on new freeway the state division of High by car Here Jan. 9 Freil Dies in Ventura Pedro Morales 71r of Oxnard who was struck by a car Jan 9 As he walked 8 on Victory blvd. East of Aldea ave., died Jan. 23 in Ventura Cal this had been reported by the California Highway patrol ways has informed county to Van Guys police today Green Sheet now occupies 150 feet of Sylvan Street frontage the Industrial property on Calif a Street and Branch offices in Reseda and Canoga Park. The publication has 265 Well qualified employees and More than 800 news Carrier boys. And the pub Lishers Are genuinely grate Ful for the support that has made such phenomenal growth possible during the past 48 years. Non t blame the children we hear so much of Juve Nile delinquency these Days. Please read the poem under above caption on Page two of today s news. Per haps As suggested by police chief Parker in an address to the West associated Chambers of Commerce on monday night grown ups May be losing Basic fundamentals of life. Supervisors that studies Are now under Way for a new freeway route from Hansen dam to the Simi area. In a letter to the Board District Engineer l. R. Gillis said the revised location will replace route 9 adopted by he legislature. Police said the aged who apparently was in Center of Victory blvd not at an intersection was. Struck by the Auto of Marshall Neal Pollack 25, of i6634 Hamlin St., Van Guys. Jaquez was first treated at Northridge Hospital. Development of Industrial tract hearing Council committee backs assessment District for Valley the 787-acre Nordhoff Winnetka Industrial designed to bring the san Fernando Valley an additional annual payroll of is a step closer to realization today. For pending before the City Council is a unanimous recommendation from its Public works committee calling for the formation of a Street assessment District in the tract. If the Council approves the recommendation a Resolution will be sent to the Board of Public works with instructions to proceed with the improvements. Will seek easements the Board in turn will re Fer it to 4he City Engineer s office Vrh re a Large staff Wil work on the design and plan for streets curbs sewers Anc other improvements. Values convenience cited huge crowds expected for Panorama City Dollar Days the year s first big sales event is expected to at tract huge crowds of shoppers for Panorama City s january Dollar Days planned today through saturday. Don Fisher incoming president of Panorama City Valley Junior High David Ross Tan and Barbara Ott today hold the outstand ing boy and girl student awards presented by Granada Hills rotary club., these a wards Are made Semi annually to the boy and each graduating class of the Patrick Henry Junior High. School who have been outstanding in scholarship citizenship and service to the school. In addition the rotary club presents to the school Library a Book in the name of each winning student. This year the books presented were american science and invention by Mitchell Wilson and a heritage press be paid by a Bond Issue which Book the Story of the Amer the property owners would ican continued on Page two participating in the at the same time the Bureau of right of Way will con tact the 21 property owners in the area to get the Neces sary dedication of land for the streets. Following this it would be necessary for the Council to pass an ordinance declaring its intention to order the work and also calling for Public hearings As authorized do a state 1911 Law designed to permit cities to acquire improvements in this manner. Bonds will be sold if the hearings Are favor Able the Council would then be required to pass another ordinance ordering the work on the improvement costs would Garrett Lamers visits Home in Sepulveda before continuing air Force training. Youth continues or Force studies at base in South pay hikes Given will prices Rise the 28-Day-old strike lockout in the Southland s food Industry has ended and both the Industry and the consuming Public begin returning to Normal to Day. Because the settlement includes wage and fringe Benefit increases for Market employees 4500 of them in the Valley the question arose the Public May soon medical administrative specialist studies in the United states air Force will begin wednesday for Garrett Dale Lamers who is closing a Short visit at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. R. T. Lamers of 9059 Langdon ave., Sepulveda. Garrett who was graduated Jan. 6 from the Basic medical specialist course at Lackland air Force base Texas will take the advanced course at Junter air Force base Mont Omery Ala. The Young Man is a Grad uate of the Birmingham High school. Expect 9 . Openings at a markets a Valley markets which have been closed by the strike lockout will open at 9 . Today. Markets with several stores in the Valley that will open Are food giant Fox Hughes Ralphs Safeway shopping bag Thrift Mart von s and Alpha Beta All markets called Hack Many of their employees yesterday and particularly those working with perishable goods and in meat and produce depart ments. Full staffs Are expected to be on hand for this morning s openings. Infant girl Hurt badly in collision an 18-month-old girl was seriously injured in Encino in a four car collision involving an automobile driven by actor Dan o Herlihy police Leport de. Presentation were Bert Graper representing Granada Hills notary and Charles Hamer principal. Merchants association emphasized that merchants of he association feel that this year Dollar Days will prove stores will be open from . To . And tomorrow and from 9 3 once again that this shopping John c. Romano will report for suspect arraigned in Valley slaying plea set monday o Herlihy 39, of 17220 Gre or eventually pay higher prices for groceries meats and produce. This question remained unanswered yesterday but it was certain there will be no immediate Rise in prices As Market operating under the new five year con tract with the retail clerks Union adopt a wait and see policy. Hopes for absorption in the course of the Long period that 1100 markets were closed in a one for All by the food employers coun cil against the Union Robert k. Fox Fec president fought Union demands for increases on the grounds the markets could not absorb them and the increases would have to be passed along to the Public Contention contradicted by the Union. Yesterday after the Settle ment had been ratified by the foil membership of the Fec and was of me brain s Horn in restaurant. The doctor presented films recent in q tha Counley Ley Junior College and maj Oring in engineering. He serve the Hollywood and ordered him returned to court next Mon i 99-cent Days will offer big values in Canoga Park record number of participating merchants to t Day open the "99-cent Days in Canoga prom confess he Feig Gest january promotion in their history. Event will run through tomorrow and Lou Swartz. Chairman of the Day for plea. Mrs. Mary Cozart 55, a Force Tor a their Home Jan. 4 so seek added help to tag litter bugs proximately five would not be placed m a Lou Bwarie in Amidu us Lluc 00fc for the Park 90 mental institution. Merchants committee Point Section in today s Wilson said he served Ufa out this years c Hamber Xeng years in the British Intelli a Commerce has a record in convenience in shopping is gence corps and service Rollent. Offered not Nelv inside the m Turkey during the Jere he said the Manv new bus i Slort but t h the ample world War 1. Nesses Are joining with by Partick eran members in the of Pating merchants enthusiasm which has greeted open late Friday the West Valley event. J Are slashed for the offer convenience Ca Irful and it will be Well really give shoppers a Worth the time of Resi run for their Swartz Dent to Hor All stores for asserted. Outstanding the Mer every Type of business is rep chants chairman said. Lifter May resented in the area. Swartz All stores will be open Fri them clips Retting tickets he invited shoppers to Dav night until s o clock from a variety of City employees including Conn ii members. Today s news Index Alemany High school Page a-26 Pacoima Amateur Camero Page c-9 o n n i i in a n Karl Rundborg yesterday asked Amateur Camero Page c.9 High school Page b-4 Koger Pon Oramo City Page cd Tain City personnel Issue churches Page c-33 Public forum .pogec-10 citations in addition to to classified .pageb-13 Reseda High school Togo c-5 lice officers crossword b-12 reports from police Hief Parker state Senate Page 8-7 he does t have the person Dine and dance Poge c-26 0 i scout Vida rage to Tiel to keep a watch on report a from Congress Page c-l2 sports Page John Sutter Teer Tolk .pa9e c 27 Junior High Page c-7 Page c-22 Busy times biggest sales event of year in Panorama City getting under Way today and continuing through saturday Quick snacks like of a Mavili on t c Kiev Timo Sunn Lintt these will be order of Day with values ranging from As merchants have Busy time supplying customers discount to near Cost. Enjoying pizza from left Are Cornelia Mancini of Christine gowns Paul Mike Green of Mike s pizza and Josephine Tuttle of Sally shops. All Are members of merchants association of Panorama City chamber of Commerce. Pie who throw trash on City streets Rii Meherg. We must take some the councilman ii scored that litter could he written up by firemen nov inc Street maintenance firms Park workers and even Robin oilmen. The Council unanimously approved a Tindberg s re quest for a study. James Monroe Heaters Page c-26 High school .pagea-14 the Tomahawk Mustang Guys Birmingham High Page c-4 Junior High Page cd 3 s record Pogreb a notre dome _ a-9 women c-28 High school Poga Yards and Paga b-9 gardening Northridge Junior High school a a in spa Peri spa Peri

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