Valley News from Van Nuys, California on January 9, 1969 · Page 44
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M-Ctntral 10-A-No.l.ft f-l-North 54-A-Et* T H E N E W S WNCE Von Nuys (Colif.) --Thundoy, January 9, 1969 Air Freight Line Threatened An lltJh hour negotiating meeting between Flying Tiger lines and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers was con ducted vesterdav to avert a strike against the air cargo carrier If the union and company negotiators fail to reach accord on a new wage and fringe benefit package, the £)0 members of I \ M threatened to w a l k off their iobs at " n n p m West Oa=t t i m e at foui major an port ^ 1 t a n k L Riggitis, president of 1\.M Loral 1903, said the union represents mechanics, ramp workers and related em- iplmps working at Finns Ti- jgcr maintenance bases at T/is 8 FT. RCA HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER by Continental A fabulous home entertainment center . . . this stunning console is complete with AM/FM radio, 4-speed automatic record changer, 2-built-in high fidelity speaker systems, all concealed behind beautifully crafted sliding doors. The cabinet has a gleaming walnut finish. And you may customize the interior to meet your own requirements by choosing any combination, book and record storage area or add your own TV set or tape recorder. You will want to see the Continental . . . here truly is entertainment pleasure for the entire family at a surprisingly low price 1 ^ ^ · AM-FM radio · ALL SOLID STATE circuitry **. · Automatic 4-Speed Record Changer · Lifetime DIAMOND Stylus · Storage space for 850 album* or · Space for Television PERFORMERS PREPARE FOR CONCERTO "fr"TM^ From left Dr. Clarence Wiggins, Peter Hewitt and Leonard Berkowitz look N rJ,gl^ Sdlri the mam issues over music for premiere of Berkowitz's "Concerto for Piano and W i n d ? " to are^suhWandard w a g e s - ancl ;: be performed by San Fernando Valley State College Symphony Band tomorrow (inadequate medical life m- and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in Campus Theater at Xorthndge rampu^ Wiggins will direct band and Hewitt will perform as soloist Fuither information may be obtained by telephoning college box office 349-1200. extension "n Church Promises to Fight vsc Band to Present and letirement He claimed thp latest com- nffpr u 1") to 20 rents an lp==; than iurbank Blvd. Widening rs receive from the oth pr maior ait lines Ri?gms said since F h m j ITieer is in competit'On with I; .these airline^, it ought to payi IVIVvf r^r\) da RADIO, PHONO, BOOK AND RECORD STORAGE OR SPACE FOR TELEVISION NEVER BEFORE AT THIS LOW PRICE NORTH HOLLYWOOD Determination "to fight" a street improvement project In- Malvmg Burbank Blvd. near Lankershim Blvd. was an- Bounced to the City Council esterday by the Rev. Dr. Leroy Sanders, pastor of the First Assembly Church of God representation" that the pas tor said-had been made concerning the city's plan for improving Burbank Blvd Berkowitz The Promise pastor explained church had invested $750.000 m its plant that occupies the north side of the boulevard for Thp San Fernando Valley three year offer prior to The union presidpnt noted ^ of the membership reiect- ed the cargo carriers tecent State College Symphonv Rand, under the direction of Clarence Wiggins, of North- ndge, Professor of Music and chairman of the Music Department at \ a l l e y State. i 's bargaining' PP old contract . MavSl expired Animal food concentrates are in demand in Dublin For people in love wifh their homes . . , 217 SO. BRAND EM 1-7117 City of Son Fernando NEW HOURS 'TIL CHRISTMAS Daily 9:30-9 p.m. Sat. 9-6 p.m. Sun. 11-5 p.m. j an entire block present th« world premieie oi He said thp proiert was Leonard Berkowitz s Concerto started at a time when citv for Fi?no TM ri Wind ~ on officials reported the street i tnmo ' r(W a n d at improvement would not he un-' s 3° P m in ttlp Campus The der way for several vears rftfr nn the North? idge cam- Because of the protest made on, behalf of the institution, located at 11455 Burbank Blvd . wh'ch faces a possible assessment of about $6000 the Council approved a motion by, «we suggest that onlv the P us Councilman Ernani Bernard! S0 uthside of the boulevard m Beiknwitz. also of North- that the hearing be continued thls block be impr oved now," nrigp. Assx-iate rrofe-soi of ,,«.,i T« «i+««»«ofr«. ..«i.. he gaid ,, We W ! H f)ght by a]1 , MuMr at V a l l e j state a grdf] j possible means to pre\ent'uate of \ ale and a student of work being done on the north|the late Paul Hmdemith, side before we are able to'wrote the cone ei to in 1OV7 with I; provide a parking lot adjoin- Peter H e w i t t , a \ a l l e j State ing the church " graduate and a professor at Landscaping Periled I Pomona College, as soloist i Bernardi reported the city Other contempoiary \\orks would be responsible for the on the program are Vincent cost of moving a sidewalk. perq ' inettl ' c ' "Psalm foi constructed by the churchl Banri -" written in 1952; Ralph! within a 12 foot setback asl vau ? ha11 Williams' "Toccata Jan 29 to c£ck on "mis- . Museum Keeps Exhibit Honoring Marcel Duchamp A special exhibit honoring t e late Marcel Duchamp re mains on display In Gallery Two at the Pasadena Art Museum. The exhibition Includes same seldom-shown works by the artist from the museum's permanent collection. Three galleries of paintings by 20th Century artists, drawn from the museum's permanent collection, will remain on display. The museum, 46 N. Los Robles Ave., is open from 2 to 5 p m. on Sundays, closed Mondays, open from 10 a.m. to 9 p m. on Tuesdays, and from 10 a m . to 5 p m Wednesday through Saturday within a 12 foot setback asi*""* 41 " 1 " " 11 " rtl " i ^ i a L a authorized by th*» city despite''MarzialeV written in 1921. the fact that's 22-foot setback'^ adav N'e'hybel s "Prelude lad been previously lished. Rev Sanders explained that estab- and 1966 i Fugue." composed in Walter Harley's "Sin- fona No 4," written in 1965, improvement operations iand Joseph Jenkins' "Ameti- would destrov professional can Overture for Band." writ- landscaping the church had ten in ^ Earlier works in- financed "m good faith with' clud e - l o h a n n Fischer's the understanding that «« "Suite No 111' from "Le THAT'S THE DIFFERENCE Raw umber, the paint color, Is earth from Umbria, Italy. 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