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Page B2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
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Page B2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
And}' Machak tells Bill Cosby:‘A CPR-trained guard brought me back from the dead!’ Andy Machak; "Luckily, a guy with Red Cross CPR training works ’khere I do, A security guard, Don Guarino. He saved my life, no foolin'! I'd checked tin-plating lines a hundred times before, but that day was different. A boom came around from behind and pinned me to a I T-bar.. .lifted me right off my feet." Bill Cosby; "That's a big ouch." Andy Machak: "Last thing I remember was try, ing to find a kill switch... Three days later- in the hospital - Don told me it took six guys to get me down; - somebody said m pulse or breathing, and Don remembers saying, 'I gotta try anyway.'" Bill Cosby: "Sounds like you had them worried!" Andy Machak: "Well, I was clinically dead. Can't believe it myself. Bill. But thanks to Don's CPR training. I'm alive... thanks to Red Cross, I'm alive." Bill Cosby: "CPR training can make the difference between life and death. Take it from Aptly Machak. Help keep Red Cross ready....
Page B2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Public Notices (Eastside Journal—-804)9319) FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person is doing business as: AL’S YARDAGE. 1936 East Ist St., Los Angeles, CA 90033. Hurnberto Barragan, 1241 So. Concord St., Ix)S Angeles, CA 90023. This business is conducted by an individual. Signed Humberto Barragan This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on Feb. 20.1980. FILE NO. 804)9319 Pub.. Feb. 27; Mar. 5.12,19,1980.
Page B2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
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Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
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FHS wrestlers place second at LA. City Finals [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
FHS wrestlers place second at LA. City Finals This was supposed to be a rebuilding year for Franklin, but a young Panther wrestling team surprised the field with a second place at the L.A. City Section-CIF Wrestling Championship Finals last Saturday night at Pierce College in Woodland Hills. San Fernando won the team title with 134 points to outdistance the Panthers with 119 points. El Camino Real (113) wa*i a close third followed by Birmingham (97) in fourth and Fremont rounding out the top five. The winner in each weight class will advance to the California State GIF Championships hosted by the L.A. City Section tomorrow and Friday at Cal State University, Los Angeles. / Preliminary rounds are set for all day Thursday with the semis and finals scheduled on Friday. Coach Mike Young’s Panthers had two City champions, while San Fernando wrestlers won five individual titles to go along with a second place finish and one fourth place showing to score their winning total. “San Fernando ...
Michels decides to remain as Aztecs head coach thru 1980 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Michels decides to remain as Aztecs head coach thru 1980 Rinus Michels, acknowledged as me of the world’s top soccer coaches, made a 180-degree reversal in his position saying he will remain with the Los Angeles Aztecs at least through the 1980 season. The announcement was made at a press conference held Friday af- temoon at the Huntington Shearton in Pasadena. New Aztecs president Danny Villanueva also announced the' club would honor its contract and continue to play at the Rose Bowl through this season. Villanueva, a former NFL placeklcker with the Los Angeles Rams and Dallas Cowboys, was named the Aztecs’ president by the new owners Mexico City based Latin American television network Televisa. He also announced the club would be looking into the possibility of building a ’soccer academy' similar to Club America, the successful year round program in Mexico City. The complex could be built in either the south bay area or San Fernando valley according to rumoh Villanueva and Michels...
Lincoln Tigers beat Bell Eagles, 63-52 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Lincoln Tigers beat Bell Eagles , 63-52 Lincoln scored Varsity, Bee, Cee and Girls victories over visiting Bell in an abreviated track and field meet last Friday on the Tigers home oval. The meet was cut short by darkness before the two mile and mile relay could be run. Lincoln’s track and field teams travel to Cathedrjd High tills week where the boys team will face the host Phantoms and the girls team is scheduled to meet Sacred Heart. First events are scheduled for 2 p.m. Horizontal jumper Paul Louie was the lone double winner for the Tigers varsity annexing the long jump (189) and triple jump (38-SV) as the team scored a 63-52 win. Linette Calvo and Beatrice Solis each won two individual events and ran legs on the winning 880 medley relay team as the Tigerettes toppled Bell. 55-35. Calvo won the 440 (1:07.5) and 880 (2.36.7), while Solis captured the long jump (IS-MP-i) and 110 low hurdles (19.8). Freshman Lupe Perez won the mile run in 5:59.8. Bell at lincoln 100 - W Jones i B)....
Chacon, Limon meet in title elimination [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Chacon , Limon meet in title elimination Bobby Chacon and Mexico City’s Rafael "Bazooka” Union will meet in a World Boxing Council super featherweight elimination bout on Friday evening, March 21, at the Forum in Inglewood. The winner will challenge super featherweight champion Alexis Arguello for the WBC title. !,inion, 24-years old and currently the number one ranked WBC contender, and Chacon, 27-years of age and a former featherweight titlist in 1974-’75, have both met Arguello before. The fights were stopped after Arguello cut Union and Chacon. Chacon (42-5-1 with 37 knockouts) was ahead on points in the seventh round last Nov. 16 at the Forum when the fight was stopped because of a bad cut over his right eye. Limon (48-4-2 with 36 knockouts) was cut during his fight with Arguello last summer on July 8 at Madison Square Garden in New York. The 15-round match on March 21 will be the third meeting between the two contenders. Umon won a close decision last April in Mexicali, Mexico...
J. Stephens takes four [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
J. Stephens takes four Jeff Stephens of Roosevelt won four individual events -to lead the Rough Riders in a non-scoring dual track and field meet Friday afternoon at Wilson High. Roosevelt will host Marshall this Friday afternoon, while Wilson is scheduled to meet Canoga Park, also at home. Both meets will get underway at 2 p.m. Stephens won the 100 (10.2), 220 (24.0), long jump (19-im) and triple jump (42-11) to account for four of the five first place finishes recorded by Roosevelt athletes. Wilson junior sprinter Danny Derossi was second to Stephens in the 100 (10.3) with sophomore Robert Calderon (10.4) third, while Calderon (24.1) was second in the 220 with Derossi ( 24.2) third. Gabriel Cabera (4:56.0 and 10:31.0) won the mile and two mile, while Larry Austria was first in the high jump at 6-0 for the Mules. Roosevelt at Wilson i Non-scoring i ICO ■ Stephens iK), 10.2; Derossi (W). 10.3, Calderon i. 10.4 220 • Stephens &lt; H&gt;. 24.0; Calderon &lt;W •...
Walnut stops Cantwell, 4-0 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Walnut stops Cantwell, 4-0 Cantwell was eliminated from the second round of the CIF-Southem Section Soccer Championship Playoffs last Wednesday afternoon by Walnut. The Cardinals were blanked in their second round match, 4-0. In first round action, Cantwell defeated San Maria, 2-1, as Phil Avila and Doug Perales each scored goals. Ricky Castro made the winning save in goal in the final seconds of the match with Santa Maria.
(dilt' Finals Crenshaw, Taft annex City crown [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
(dilt' Finals Crenshaw, Taft annex City crown Two time defending 4A champion Crenshaw won an unprecedented third straight title and second seeded Taft upended top seeded Jordan Thursday night in the L.A. City Section-CIF Basketball Championship Finals at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion. Crenshaw, a heavy favorite, was forced to battle to the wire by Mid Valley League kingpin Kennedy before scoring a 66-62 win, while Taft was in full command beating the Bulldogs. 74-60. Coach Willie West’s pmgars won the right to represent the City Section for the third straight year at the Tournament of Champions later this month in Oakland. That tournament will offidally become the California State GIF Basketball Championship Tournament next year with the winners of each of the state’s 10 sections invited to partidpate. Currently, seven of the 10 are represented in Oakland with the Southern, San Diego and Northern sections declining invitations. Despite a 21 point, 16 rebound performance from Kennedy’s 8-10...
Hurdler has double [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Hurdler has double J Sports M Bob Guerrero Sports Editor Marshall’s Brian Davis won both the high and low hurdles as the Barristers traveled to Huntington Park for a non-scoring track and Held meet last Friday. Davis clocked 15.9 to win the 120 highs and 43.9 to take the 330 lows as the Barristers only double winner. The Barristers also got an outstanding early season effort in the shot put from Dimitri Tsarofsky. Tsarofsky won the competition at 503 for Marshall. Marshall at Huntington Park 180- Gallegos (HP). 10.5; Ralcllffe (HP), 10.6; Blandon (M), 11.0. 220 - Ratcliffe (HP). 25.0; Diaz iMi, 25.2; Blandon (M). 25.4. 449 - J. Rodriquez (HP). 55.1; S. Alvarez (M), 55.2; Ratcliffe (HP). 55.3. 880 - J. Rodriquez (HP), 2:11.1; S. Alvarez (M). 2:11.8; Aguirre (M), 2:12.0. MILE - Nunez (M), 4:45.8; Oregel (HP), nt; Vasquez (HP), nt. TWO MILE - Aguirre (M). 10:31.6; H. Alvarez (M). 10:45.0; Nunez (M), 10:47.2. 120 HH - Davis f M), 15.9; Knowles (M). 16.5; L. Rodriquez (HP). 18.8. 330 LH ...
Oxy knocked from regional [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Oxy knocked from regional SCIAC champion Occidental College was eliminated from the first round of the NCAA Division 111 West Regional Basketball Championship semi-finals last Friday night by Humbolt State, 64-54. The Tigers dropped the West Regional third place game Saturday night to Beloit College, 69-57, to place fourth in their first ever NCAA basketball play-off appearence. Coach Bill Westphal’s Tigers finished the season with a 15-13 overall record.
Sentinels top Shiek tracksters, 74-53 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Sentinels top Shiek tracksters , 74-53 Kern Ting won both hurdles races and ran a leg on the Sentinels winning 440 relay team to lead Belmont to a season opening 74-53 track and field win over visiting Hollywood Friday afternoon. Ting clocked 16.4 to win the 120 highs, hit the tape in 42.8 for first in the 330 lows and ran the opening leg on the Belmont sprint relay team that outdistanced the Sheik quartet in 48.5. Returning triple jump standout Marc Tamase took just one jump in his speciality and won the event at 41-744. Belmont hosts Huntington Park this coming Friday afternoon with field events scheduled top begin at 2 p.m. and the first races set for 2:30 p.m. Hollywood at H, Intont IDO • McMillan (Hi, 10.7: VUluneda (B). 10S; Dozier (H), 10.9. 2» ■ VlUaneda (B), 24.5; Dozier (HI, 24.8: Pavers (HI, 26.0 440 - Tenorlo (H). 55.1, Quant (81. 56.5: Herbert (Hi, 62.7 880 ■ Lopez (H), 2:06.2; Carrton (B). 2:11.4: Menda f8),2:11.7. MILE - liopei (H). 4:47.0; Campoa fB). 4:47.2; Serna (...
Providence Hurler fans 18 batters [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Providence Hurler fans 18 batters Jason Contreras tripled for his teams only hit of the game as Pacific Christian’s Panthers were defeated by visiting Providence, 4-1, Friday afternoon at Elysian Park. Panther pitcher Mitch Poole suffered his second loss of the year going the distance against Providence. The Poineers collected five hits and got three other men on base via walks issued by Poole. Pacific had just four base runners as Pioneer pitcher Dave Collard struck out 18 and walked three. The only Panther run of the game came in the bottom of the fourth when first baseman Brett French scored to cut the Poineer lead to 3-1. Providence got all throe of their runs in the third inning on a three run homerun by centerfielder Javier Malavez. Providence v». Pacific Christian at Elysian Park Providence - 000 310 0- 4 5 1 . Pacific-000 100 C&gt;-1 1 3 Collard and M. Steiner; Poole and G®er. TPL - Contreras, Pacific HK- Malavez (3 RBlsl, Providence
Hazard Park registration set Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 5 March 1980
Hazard Park registration set Saturday Sign-ups for the Hazard Park Recreation Center's baseball program will begin this coming Saturday from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. A second session will be held a week from Saturday at the center, located at 2230 Norfolk St Open to all youth between 0-14 years of age, prospective players must bring proof of their birthdate and a $lO registration fee at the time they slgn-up. The fee will cover the costs of awards and a team picture. Leagues will be formed in Pee (ft. 10), Midget (11-12), and Junior (1314) divisions. For additional information, contact Ray Huante at 485-6839.