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Revitalization effort underway [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Revitalization effort underway Boyle Heights-I Action Area Project Renovation of the first home in Mount Pleasant under the Community Redevelopment Agency’s action area project began last week, after being held up because of the rains. First loan recipient was Joan Franco (second from right), shown receiving the loan from Councilman Art Snyder. They were joined by project director Massey Fterrera (far Ipft) and project construction consultant Henry Tavera. Anyone in the area bounded by the San Bernardino, Santa Ana and Golden State Freeways can get further information about the loans by calling Tavera at 264-2777.
Census office opens for EL A [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Census office opens for EL A A census office serving the East Los Angeles area has opened on the fourth floor at 433 S. Spring Street, in the downtown area. The East Los Angeles district includes the unincorporated county and city areas, along with the communities of El Sereno, Lincoln Heights and Highland Park. Richard Medina is district manager. The East LA and other district offices are still recruiting temporary workers needed. A written test is administered daily at 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Bilingual persons are needed in East LA; applicants must be at least 18. For further information, contact the assistasnt district manager, Helen Romero Shaw, at 485-8131. IMPORTANCE Meanwhile, community leaders and officials continue to stress the importance of the census to the Hispanic community. An accurate count for the 1980 census is important to the Hispanic community because it will bring more federal funds and employment opportunities to the state, a University of Southern California edu...
Change in Pan Am bank management [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Change in Pan Am bank management Joseph Gould was terminated as president and chief executive officer of the Pan American National Bank at a board meeting held on Feb. 21. The Pan American board lias named a committee to assume some of the executive responsibilities held by Gould until a new president can be named. The committee is made 1 up of Renato Fruto, 1 executive vice president; Margaret Limon, vice president; and Rene Garcia, assistant vice i president, assisting on car i loans. &lt; In an unrelated action, i Max Offenberg, M.0.„ i chairman of the board of the bank, announced his resignation at the meeting. He will end his current term as a board member April 17, with the date of the annual stockholders meeting, and will not be a candidate for re-election to the board. Members of the board of directors are: Romans A. Banuelos, Linton S.K. Chiu, John Espinosa, Joseph Gould, Judge Richard A. Ibanez, Dr. Offenberg and William Phillips. The Pan American National Bank was...
Belvedere seeks help on vandals [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Belvedere seeks help on vandals Belvedere Elementary School, 3724 E. First St., has been the victim of several acts of vandalism and break in recently, according to principal William Kreile. Antonio Legaspi, chairperson of the school advisory council, Joined Kreile in asking for neighborhood support to halt the wave of vandalism and robbery at the school. When strangers are observed on the school ground, after school hours or on weekends, the district security section should be notified at 62541631. Anyone who notices problems during school hours should call the school at 269-0345.
Tax help available with call [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Tax help available with call Taxpayers needing' free tax help from the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program can now call a local number to find their nearest VITA Center. For East Los Angeles, the number to cal! from 8 to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, is 267-1081. The VITA centers are staffed by IRS employees and IRS trained volunteer assistors who provide free income tax preparation to low income, elderly, handicapped and nonEnglish speaking taxpayers on a people to people basis. At some centers, help can be provided for shut-in or hearing impaired persons.
Plan Health Fair [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Plan Health Fair Planning for East Los Angeles County's Health Fair Expo 'BO, a series of free health screenings offered to local residents ore: (seated, from left) Gretchen Short, director; Ron Farina, region coordinator; Laurie Blue, site coordinator; and Joe Coria. area coordinator. Health Fair Expo 'BO, which will bo held Ajjril 12 to 20, is sponsored by KNBC/Channel 4, The American Rod The Hospital Council of Southern Californio and Fedmart.
Cancer research at ELAC [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Cancer research at ELAC Science students at East Los Angeles College will have a unique opportunity to be exposed to scientific research activities that the classroom alone cannot provide as part of a new anticancer drug research project. A $245,000 three year grant has been awarded to Mrs. Carey Chan, assistant professor of chemistry, for “Synthesis of New Analogs of Methotrexate: Research for Junior College Students.” The grant was provided by the Minority Biomedical Support Program of the National Institute of Health. This is the first year that research grants like this one have been awarded to community colleges and East Los Angeles College is the only California community college to receive it. In fact, East Los Angeles College is one of only four community colleges in the United States to receive these grants. The project will begin immediately. “Methotrexate is an antineoplastic agent which is one of the most widely used drugs in the treatment of leukemia and sarcomas. It is...
Paramedic graduates [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Paramedic graduates Jimmy M. Diaz of East lz&gt;s Angeles was one of 43 paramedic trainees who graduated at ceremonies held last Saturday by the Ixjs Angeles Eire Department. The trainees, 39 men and 4 women, have completed a total of nine weeks of intensive training, and have been ceritifed as emergency mcdicial technicians. The past two weeks have been spent in field internship positions on fire department rescue ambulances located throughout the city to complete their initial training.
Reportnon Reynoso shooting [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Reportnon Reynoso shooting The district attorney’s office has determined that there is no basis for criminal prosecution of either of the two deputies involved in the shooting death of Luis J. Reynoso on Lanfranco Street last Aug. 4, according to a report issued Friday by the DA. According to the report, “The death of Mr. Reynoso was tragic, but ...applying legal standards and concepts, including the district attorney’s crime charging standards.,..we conclude that the shooting by deputies (Lyle) Smith and (Robert) Samaniego was not a criminal act but was a legally proper response to the appearance of imminent great bodily injury.” A storm of community protests followed • the shooting of Reynoso, with some eyewitnesses stating that Reynoso did not, as alleged by the sheriffs, pull a weapon on the deputies or made threatening gestures before he was shot. TOY PISTOL A toy pistol was found about two feet from the body. A sketch reproduced in the DA's report showed that the toy closely r...
Roosevelt alumns plan tourney [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Roosevelt alumns plan tourney The East Los Angeles chapter of the Roosevelt High School alumni association will sponsor a golf tournament on Saturday, March 8 at the Montebello Country Club, to raise funds to continue their scholarship program. First tee-off time will be at 11:30 a.m. at the country club, 901 Via San Clemente. As in the past, the taxdeductible donation will include greens fees, an electric cart, and dinner at La Peria Restaurant, located across from the golf course on Garfield Ave. This year, all golfers will play under the Callaway System, with trophies to be awarded for first, second and third place, closest to the pin, longest driver and duffers award. For more information, call A 1 Cobos at Roosevelt High School, 260-7241.
Supervisors back item pricing [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Supervisors back item pricing The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, acting on a motion by Supervisor Ed Edelman, has approved an ordinance which requires item pricing in grocery stores in the county’s unincorporated area which use electronic scanner checkout systems. A similar law has already been approved by the city of Ixis Angeles for use in city areas. The ordinance mandates that every retail grocery store or grocery department within a general retail merchandise stores using the scanners “shall have a clearly readable price Indicated on each packaged consumer commodity offered for sale.” One market In the fifth district using scanners wilt be exftmpted from the ordinance, and the county department of consumer affairs will conduct weekly price analyses of any difference. between prices in that store and nonscanner stores. HEARING The 4-0 vote by the board came several weeks after a public hearing on the issue, during which testimony was heard from representatives of senio...
Page A2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
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Page A2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
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Casa abierta [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Casa abierta " —" —— . ’ I ' : : T’ " " &gt; 1 , ■ 11 I II notidero en ©sponol Como de Costumbre, aqui vemos de izquierdo a derecha a los Senores, Manuel Munoz Avina, Director regional del Consejo National de Turismo de Mexico, Sr. Nacho Arreola representante de la Casa Domecq y el Sr. Arturo de la Parra Director General de la revisla especializada en espanol Mister TV. Todo esto sucedio en Casa Abierta que presento el 16 de Enero pasado en el Museo de Ciencia e Industrie del Estado de California organziado presisamente por el Consejo Nacionat de Turismo Mexicono.
Baile de Club Douglas, Arizona [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Baile de Club Douglas, Arizona El Club Douglas Arizona presents su gran baile de Primavera el dia Sabado 8 de Marzo en el Salon St Saves Hall que esta situado eii el 1640 So. San Gabriel Blvd en San Gabriel, o sea casi esquina de San Gabriel y Valley Blvd. La bora Social sera de las 7 a las 9 de la noche y ha esta hora dara principle el gran baile que sera ameriizado por Roberto Ajrgaon y sus Rebeldes. Estara ” tambien para deleltarles de las 9 de la noche a la Una de la madrugada la Orquesta de Ray Rodriguez y la dohac.ion sera de solarnente $6.00 si compra sus boletos por adelantado o 17.00 dolares en la puerta. Para mas inforraacion puede Uamar al telefone 268-3075 - 968-5722,962-5333 y 699-5872, esta es una arganziacion no'lUcrtlUVa.
Ayuda gratis para los impuestos [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Ayuda gratis para los impuestos Si las personas que no hablan ingles necesitgan ayuda, estga se les proporcionara en forma gratuita por la oficina del Impuesto internal (Internal Revenue Service) que cuenta con 15 oficinas y dos telefonos a donde ud puede -acudir cn busca de ayuda. Estos lugares son conocidos como Centres (VITA) dque cuentan con la ayuada directa de los empleados del gobierno y algunos volunatrios que con gusto le daran toda clase de informes si llama o acude a los siguientes lugares. ESTE DE LOS ANGELES. East Los Angeles Neighborhood Facilities, Servicio de Lunes a Viemes, Tel (213) 267-2801. ASISTENCIA EN ESPANOL. En Los Angeles 688-7257. Fuera del area de Los Angeles llame gratis. 1-800 252-2023.