Valley News from Van Nuys, California on October 15, 1970 · Page 17
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Valley News from Van Nuys, California · Page 17

Van Nuys, California
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Thursday, October 15, 1970
Page 17
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II, 1*70--Von Nuyi (Colif.) * NI-W N C I T H E N E W S ft*.21-A WMt.lf-A No.Etit.17-A C«»tf«Mf.A Submit Bids WEST VALLEY MEATS on 5 Public Works lobs PARTYGOERS ATTEND KEHIAYAN KAPERS Candidate for judge, Newhall Municipal District, Haig Kehiayan, second from left, greets guests at Kehiayan Kapers Roaring 20s party held at Newhall home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hughes. From left are Don Stew- art, Kehiayan, Bobbie Trueblood, Hugo Lizza, Ina Stewart' and Stan Dyer, honorary mayor of Newhall- Saugus. More than 400 guests enjoyed festivities and music of Tony BaLsamo band at gala campaign event. Teamsters Strike Hits Construction Work A dispute between the Teamsters Union and cons t r u c tion management over the status of men who own and operate their own tracks entered its third day yesterday, with a Teamsters official claiming that 75% of all construction sites in the county are closed down. On the first day of the s h u Ulown, construction workers and truck drivers left their jobs on most freeway construction projects, flood control projects and building construction sites in Los Angeles County. The APL-CIO Construction Trade Council sanc- t i o n e d the Teamsters' picket lines, and most building trades workers refused to cross the lines. The dispute centers on whether truck owner-operators should be placed on management payrolls to avoid having the own- · e r-o p e r a t o rs in competition with truck drivers who are hired by construction firms. A T e a msters official said the union is seeking employe status for owner- operators, including all STRIPED GARB OPTIONAL * * * Jail to Be Party Site The Los Angeles Board of Public Works yesterday announced plans for a Halloween party where the spooks may be the ghosts of long gone criminals. Scene of the festivities on Oct. 30 will be the old Lincoln Heights jail -- a white elephant which the city would like to lease out for commercial use. BPW president Howard Chappeil said the purpose of the party -- and a re- 1 a t e d advertising campaign -- is to "direct the imagination of the economic community for use of the facility compatible with its structural idio- syncracies." One possibility Chappeil sadi, would be an "austere tourist hotel-restaurant facility." The party was suggested by the Phi Alpha D e l t a 1 egal fraternity, which has many alumni who got their early experience in law in courtrooms in the old jail. Several years ago the city went out of the jail business after the courts ruled the county must provide care for those arrested on drunk offenses. Since then the city has sought other tenants. A much publicized plan for federally financed firms to provide job training for M e x lean-Americans collapsed. Asked what he would wear to the party, Chappell replied: "I haven't decided yet." fringe benefits paid to all regular employes. The issue has been under negotiation since May, a Teamsters Union official said. Court Date Set for Man In Shooting A 36-year-old San Fernando laborer is scheduled to be arraigned today in V a n N u y s Municipal Court on charges he shot and killed his upstairs neighbor, Foothill Division detectives reported. Jose Beltran Perez, of 11712 Laurel Canyon Blvd., was arrested by North'Hollywood Division police officers on Tuesday at 6:45 a.m., about five hours after l the alleged shooting. The officers identified Perez' automobile from an a 1'1-p o ints bulletin and stopped it on Magnolia Blvd. near the Hollywood Freeway in North Hollywood, reports stated. Sgt". James Ezell said the victim was identified as John Curtis Stewart 19, who was shot in the head with a small caliber weapon at about 1:30 a.m. S t e wart's body, clad only in underwear, was found on a second floor landing of the apartment building where he and Perez lived, police said. Bids today had been submitted to the Board of Public Works for five projects in the Valley area. The projects involve street improvements and sewer and storm drain installation in three coun- cilmanic districts in the Valley. The projects and their bids are: Council District 1, Councilman Louis R. Nowell -Sewers in LeBertheon St. near Mt. Gleason Ave., five bids ranging from $15,192.75 (KeUey-Moran) -- 5.64% under the city's estimate -- to $24,899.50 (Luka Milosevich). Council District 2, Councilman James B. Potter Jr. -- Street improvements, sewers and storm drain in Magnolia Blvd. between Coldwater Canyon Ave. and Fulton Ave., four bids ranging from $146,391.26 (Newman and Malcolm. Inc.) -- 4.63% under the city's estimate -- to $173,185.57 (Griffith Co.). Sewers in Blue Canyon Drive, Laurel Wood Drive and Laurel Crest Drive, five bids ranging from $20,821. (Ivan M. Mekov- ich) --6.77% tinder the estimate -- to $27,035.60 (Luka Milosevich). Council District 3, Councilman Donald D. Lorenzen -- Street improvements and storm drain in Petit Ave. and Libbit Ave., and other streets, three bids ranging from 878,042.31 (Universal Eng i n e e r ing Contracting Corp.) -- 1.7% above the estimate -- to $116,664.49 (Newman and Malcolm Inc.). Street improvements, sewers and storm drain in Burbank Blvd., Manton Ave. and other streets, three bids ranging from $443,112.97 (J. W. Nicks C o n s t r u ction Co.) -28.96% above the estimate -- to $472,304.73 (Strecker Construction Co.). Miami Heal The official temperature at Miami Beach, Fla.. averages only 11 of 12 days per year of 90 degree weather --while at Miami Airport, just a few miles away, the tally is 70 to 75 days of 90 degrees or above. T-BONE, CLUB OR PORTERHOUSE CUT AS YOU LIKE 'EM! THICK OR THIN! YOUR CHOICE HAVE YOU TRIED OUR STEAKS LATELY? ******************************************* * * ALASKAN SNOWCRAB SECTIONS Delicious Morsels of Tasty Crab ****** SMALL SIZE * PEELED DEVEINED £ * | -"· $«1981 * EXCELLENT FOR SALADS or ANY SHRIMP RECIPE Box 2 *********** ****************************************** FANCY YOUNG -ALL SIZES TURKEYS Juniors -- 5 to 8 Ibs. Hens -- 1 0 to 14 Ibs. Toms -- 16 to 22 Ibs. FRESH YOUNG FRYERS 27 Ib Quartered Sections FRYER BREASTS OR LEG 4%4%C AND THIGH 39lb ROAST THI KING OF ROASTS 79 Ib Boneless Lamb ROAST ROLLED! REPEATED BY DEMAND 59 C l Ik Table Brand or Merit Brand SLICED BACON SLICEP Ib LUER'S HOT MAKE LIKE A GOURMET Cliff TNI EASY WAY! MARINATED STEAKS MARINATED MARINATED PORK ib ALL MARINATED IN OUR OWN SECRET SAUCE -- FABULOUS MARINATED ON SKEWER KA-BOBS $|29 No Moaffs Aff Amy Prfco CHUCK 3-lbs. No IMjtorffocf Mo«fs VsooT. 5-lb. Box Lorn SIRLOIN 3-lbi 1.9S 3-lb*. PATTIES $349 ^Br ·« 30 PATTIES JUNIOR FAMILY PACK S US. BEEF ROAST S US. TOP SIRLOIN STEAK S LBS. CHUCK STEAK S IBS. GR. CHUCK PATTIES S US. STEWING BEEF S LBS. PORK CHOPS S US.- PMK SAUSAGE It US. FRTH*G CHICKEN S IBS. HOT 006S TOTAL $ WEIGHT HMJS. It UK. 1* UBS. M US. S US. s us. S LBS. * us. 5 LBS. t us. t us. V, CttVCK STtAKS tOUNV STtAKS «*. CHUCK PATTIES T*OME STEAKS PMTERHOVSC STtAKS TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS RUMP ROAST BEEF SHORT RltS | STCWIMC WtVf, S US. PMK CHOP! FRTINC CMICRTN, It-U. TVRKET TOTAL WEIGHT 109-LtS. 79" S UK. $ LBS. S LBS. 5 US. S US. 10 US. S US. S US. i US. CHUCK PATTIES CHUCK STEAKS ROUHB STEAKS T-BONE STEAKS BEEF ROASTS CUT-UP FRTERS SIRIOIH STEAKS POXK CHOPS BEEF STEW TOTAL WEIGHT SO-US. s us. T-BONE STEAKS 5 US. PMTERHOUSE STEAK S US. TOP SIRIOIH STEAK 5 US. RIB STEAK IBS. CLUB STEAKS 10 LBS. CHUCK PATTIES S US. CUBE STEAKS 5 US. PMK CHOPS t US. FILLET MICNON TOTAL WEIGHT 50-LRS. It US. T-*ONE STEAKS It IBS. TOP SIRIOIH STtAKS It US. RIB STEAKS US. ntlTMKNON It US. CLUB STEAKS S US. CWBt STEAKS It US. WOUND CHUCK PATTIES S LBS. PMK CHOPS I U. BOX MOT POG WMMtRS It U. HEN TURRET tOTAL WEIGHT loo-urs. '105" OSCAR MAYt* SUCE» BACON, l-». _ W«fw TM* SLKtO BACOK 3 ,»-»- tftfto Frwn PORK SAVSACt, l-». _ SKccJ COOKE9 HAM, *-cr. SScctf COTTO SALAMI, All MEAT WIENERS, 1-*. ALL BtCf WICKERS, l-». 15* ALL MEAT BOLO6NA, »-«. ALL BEtF BOL06NA, B-«. 9VpWo MACWAH SALAMI, *·*«. _ *«··* ALLMCAT BOLOGNA, IJ^t ALL BEEF BOLOGNA, 11-et, SMOKIE UNKS, 12-w. MEAT c. Pfcf. urn SAVSAOI

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