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St. Patrick’s dance Saturday in Montebello [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
St. Patrick’s dance Saturday in Montebello The ninth annual Montebello Stars St. Patrick’s Dance will be held Saturday, March 8, 9 p.ra. to 1 a.m. at St. Benedicts Hall, 10th and Cleveland in Montebello. The Amenta Brothers orchestra will be supplying the music'. For the last eight yearss an outstanding ball player has been honored in a brief ceremony during one of the intermissions. Dance tickets, priced at $4 per person advance sale, are available, and may be purchased by calling Dolores Perez at 722-2563 or 724-6022.
Eastertide Meditations [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Eastertide Meditations By John Mosqueda “Come unto Me, all you who are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you rest” (Matt. 11:28). Easter is coming! Soon the greatest event in history will be celebrated! Yet.... We do not have to wait until then to be close to Jesus! He wants to comfort us now! How do I know? Because He said 50,... He said: “Come unto Me.” Friends, it is wonderful that we can come to the Lord Jesus! He wants to hear from us TODAY. Why? Because He knows we NEED Him. He says we are “weary and heavy laden.” That means the sins and problems of life weight heavily on us. We become discouraged. We become weary of soul. What happens when we come to Jesus with our sins and problems? Here is what He does for us: “I will give you rest.” In other words, He brings peace and comfort to our hearts. Friends, don 't ever forget this: Jesus cares for YOU. Even though we've sinned against Him, He loved us so much that He was willing to die on the cross to pay for all that we’ve d...
LA man named to committee [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
LA man named to committee Manuel R. Caldera of Los Angeles and Franklin Delano Lopez of San Juan, Puerto Rico have been named to the advisory committee on small and minority business ownership by President Jimmy Carter. This committee was created by executive order on Feb. 1 to assist in monitoring and encouraging the placement of subcontracts by private businesses will) eligible small, firms, especially those with minority ownership. Caldera is the owner of Amex Systems Inc., a small company specializing in high technology electronics design, fabrication and engineering support services. He is chairman of the Latin American Manufacturers Associastion. He was born April 17, 1931, in San Pedro,
Upper grade students active at Brooklyn [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Upper grade students active at Brooklyn Brooklyn Ave. School is working with its sixth grade students to promote leadership and service, with two recent examples the upper grade team program and a recently concluded fund drive for parent club and student body activities. Fifth and sixth grade students are organized into teams for recess and noon playground games, with scores kept and posted daily and trophies to be awarded in June. Teams captains are: Javiear Armas, Lupe Garcia, Martha Rojas, Guillermo Garibay, Eva Ledesma, Rudy Barragan, Valdivia, Vincente Aguilar, Oscar Chavez, Miguel Comoa, Charles Guel, Becky Vega, Robert Cid, Josie Martinez, Liz Mendez, Elsa Gomez and Aurelio Vldrio. In fund raising activities, sixth grade students are chosen to collect the money and deliver the product, giying them training in business activities. Parent club president at Brooklyn Ave. School is Mrs. Connie Montes.
fasvelt Rough Rider Roundup [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
fasvelt Rough Rider Roundup At the University of Riverside Feb. 21, through the 23rd three Rossevelt High School students received best delegate awards for their representation of Israel at the model U.N. Conference. Jose Nolasco,*a junior, received a gavel and a certificate for his represntation of Israel on the special political committee. Edward Muramoto, a senior also received a gavel for being the best delegate on the economic ahdfihancial ~ committee for Israel. Armando Zumaya, a senior received honorable mention for his fine representation of Israel on the political and security committee. Armando, was also a runner- up fora $5OB scholarship toU.C.R. Roosevelt High School will be hosting a mode) UN Conference on the campus at Roosevelt on Saturday, April 26. Students and teachers interested in sending delegations should contact Miss Auerbach at 268-7241 before March 10th for further information. ADVISORY COUNCIL There will be a school advisory council meeting on Thursday at 7...
Members of school unit appointed [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Members of school unit appointed Parents and community members representing local schools have been elected to the 209-member committee which helps set policy for the school district's compensatory education program. Compensatory education refers to Title 1 and other federal and state efforts to improve the educational program at low achieving schools through grant funding of cultural and other special activities. Local representatives on the committee, and the schools they represent, include the following: Beatriz Razo, Belvedere Elementary; Armida Gonzalez, Breed Street; Josefina Zarate, Bridge Street; Marina Sanchez, Brooklyn Ave.: Jose Esparza, City Terjace; and Luciano Ramirez, Dacotah. Also Olga Vasquez, Eastman Ave,; Mary Helen Herrera, Euclid Ave.; Alejandro Diaz, Evergreen; Lydia Barajas, First Street; and Guillermina Rivera, Ford Blvd. MORE MEMBERS Also Luz Gonzalez, Hammel Street; Mary Jordan, Fourth Street; Oralia Gonzalez, Harrison: Rodolfo Sanchez, Humphreys Ave.; Rich...
Seminar on children scheduled [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Seminar on children scheduled A free seminar entitled “As the Child Grows”, designed to help parents in recognizing and cooperating with the critical development stages encountered by preschool children, will be presented at White Memorial Medical Center, 1720 Brooklyn Ave,, on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. Covering the period of birth to five years of age, the program will be conducted by Judy Neell, M.S., director of White Memorial's child development series.
Orchestra to present concert [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Orchestra to present concert The Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico, (The Mexican Symphony Orchestra) the leading orchestra of Mexico, will give a free concert at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, in the East Los Angeles College Auditorium, 1301 Brooklyn Avenue, Monterey Park. The event, which is open to the public, is being sponsored by the City of Los Angeles and East Los Angeles College. The Mexican Symphony Orchestra is on a tour of the United States and their appearance at the college will be their only performance in the Los Angeles area. Conductor Enrique Bate has conducted the London Symphony Orchestra and has made numerous classical recordings. The program for the college concert will include Mozart’s ‘‘Symphony No. 36,” ‘‘Homage to Garcia Lorca” by Revueltas; “Fantasy for a Gentleman” by Rodrigo and Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 7.” Seating for the two hour concert will be on a first come, first served basis. For further information, telephone 265-8793.
Child discipline class scheduled [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Child discipline class scheduled A child discipline class in Spanish will be conducted beginning Tuesday, March 11, it was announced this week. The class will be held the second Tuesday of each month from 10 a m to 11:30 a.m. • in the conference room of the ELA Child and Youth Clinic, 929 Ni Bonnie Beach Place. In this class parents will be taught how to deal with such problems as fighting between" the kids, rest obeying the parent, bedwetting, temper tantrums, crying and how to get your teenager to listen to you and do what you want him to do. This class is free, no registration is required For further information contact Robert Carlin, Social Service, J7-2986.
Bulldog Notes [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Bulldog Notes Garfield students Virginia Pulido, Manuel Basurto, and Linda Asato who suggested to various teachers and administrators that students be able to visit other schools to learn about different races and cultures have seen their idea become a success. The idea was formed at Garfield and carried out to other schools. Last Thursday, Garfield for the first time hosted "its own Student-to-Student Exchange inviting students from Crenshaw and Banning High. Nearly 70 Garfield students participated in the Exchange serving as partners and facilitators for the visiting students. During lunch our ballet folklorico “Orgullb Mestizo” performed to show an aspect of the culture in East Los Angeles that most of the visiting students had never seen before. In all, it was quite a successful event. Today Garfield Student Body President Berman Obaldia and Principal Jessie Franco with attend a luncheon held by the L.A. Chamber of Commerce. At the luncheon Berman Obaldia plans to meet with the ...
Soccer skills contest [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Soccer skills contest On Saturday, March 1, 1980, the East LA Diablos in conjunction with the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of LA will hold a Soccer Skills Contest for boys and girls ages seven to fourteen at Greenwood School in Montebello. Registration will be from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. with the contests running continuous from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Awards will be given at 3 p.m. All participants will receive certificates with the first three winners in each age division receiving patches. All first place finishers will advance to the next round making them eligible for T-shirts, medals, trophies, and uniforms. The skills will cover corner kicks, goalie kicks, heading, throwing, and dribbling. Applications can be picked up at the Community Services Room behind the Montebello City Hall or Greenwood School, located at Montebello and Washington. Winners in the club’s first annual Valentine drawing were; Marion Nichols, $500; Boots Stockard, $250; A. Matsomoto, $150; Frankie Silebi and Arturo Saenz, ...
Page A6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
PUBLIC NOTICES I Eastside Journal~N88318) NOTICE INVITING BIDH Scaled bids are Invited tor furnishing to the Harbor Department of the City of 1-os Angeles, California, Window Glass in accordance with Bid No. 302-A and specifications available in the office of the Departmental Purchasing Officer at Berth 181, Wilmington, California. Bids to be opened on February 25, 1980 at 2.00 p.m. at the above office. The right is reserved to waive informalities In bids received and to reject any or all such bids. Bids are subject to acceptance within 3 months unless otherwise stipulated by bidder. The provisions of Sections 10.8 through 10.13 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code requiring nondiscrimination and affirmative action in hiring persons will be a part of any contract awarded pursuant to this notice. Date; February 15,1980. K.C. McLaren Departmental Purchasing Officer Pub.; Feb. 27,1980 (Eastside Journal 88-04089) FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following persons are doing as: R...
Page A6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
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Community College Week [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 27 February 1980
Community College Week Monterey Park Mayor George Westphaln, left, presented East Los Angeles College President Arthur D. Avila, with a proclamation declaring February 16 to 23 as Community College Week in Monterey Park. The presentation was made at the last City Council meeting. East Los Angeles College, which is located in Monterey Park, has served residents of this and 14 other communities for 35 years. (ELAC Photo by Laura Aguilar)