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Page A8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
EASTSIDE JOURNAL PubUshsd Ewt Thursdoj NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS HOME OFFICE 5420 NORTH FIGUEROA LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 90042 EASTSIDE OFFICE 3390 E. First St Lm Angctes, California 90063 Phone 264-1431 ALBERTO C. "AL" DIAZ EDITOR &amp; PUBLISHER Member CNPA ond Lot Angeles Newspaper Service Bureau General circulation newspaper adjudicated by the Superior Court of Los Angeles County to publish legal advertising of every description. Edstside Journal Decree 429154. Adjudicated July 7, 1938. This newspaper Is not responsible ior return of unsolicited manuscripts or photographs. A wbsldlai) of Northeast Newspapers. SUBSCRIPTION 1 YEAR $3O
Page A8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
PUBLIC NOTICES (Belvedere Citizen) notice or intention TO ENGAGE tN THE SALE OF ALCOHOUC BEVERAGES FEBRUARY ». im DEPT. OF ALCOHOUC BEVERAGE CONTRA mb FLAIR DR. EL MONTE, r A 91751 To Whom It May Concern: Subject to Issuance of the license applied for. notice is hereby given that the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic beverages at the premises, described as follows: 1115 Folsom Street, Los Angeles, CA 90083. Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned Is applying to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for issuance of an alcoholic beverage license (or licensee I for these premisesaafollows: OFF SALE BEER &amp; WINE. (Name of Applicant) TORRES, Eduardo Pub : Mar. 6.12,19,1900. i Belvedere ('itizen- 804)8162 1 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following pen*wifi are doing buMm.su as . IST STREET BURGERS. 1737 Fast Ist Street. L A, CA 90081 SolirhiK IV Papa vasi In 2887 l-o«ksle&gt; PI . I. AJ'Amt Andy K, Papavaeiliov. 2697 I-ocksley PI., I, A.. C A 900...
Garfield High Uulldog Motes [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Garfield High Uulldog Motes by Gregg Heacock Last week Garfield High hosted the L.A. School District’s Annual PPA Conference. Principals, Presidents of student bodies, and Advisors for student government from all over the district gathered’ here to discuss common school problems and to create a list of possible solutions that could be tmpllmented at any school in the area. Nearly 300 people attended this conference. In evaluating the conference Garfield put on people commented that it was “different from what it has ever been.” Many described it as . “overwhelming!" First, it was well-organized. Michael Utvak, who advises our student government, Is responsible for the overall design and coordination of the conference. Assistant Principal Henry Ronquilio also helped tremendously hi this area. Guests are escorted from parking lots to the main building by members Of ROTC and the Pep Units. They were served a continental breakfast. This was the first conference to begin with a Keynote A...
Roosevelt accreditation team due April 7-9 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Roosevelt accreditation team due April 7-9 John Reilly, principal of Roosevelt High School, today announced that the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) has appointed the team members who will be visiting Roosevelt High School on April 7th, Bth and 9th. The team will be chaired by Dr. Charles A. Manley, a prominent educator associated with California State University at Northridge, as Professor of Education Administration. Other members of the team are: Christopher D. Appel, Assistant Principal, Rancho Alamitos High School, Manuel Carrilo, Counselor, Kearny High School, Jack R. _ dine, Principal, Charter Oak High school, Eric Ortega, Instructor of English, Curriculum Specialist, Oxnard'High School, Mrs. Diane M. Stowell, District Psychologist, daremont Unified School District, Miss Julie Kono, Student, John H. Francis Polytechnic High School. Roosevelt High School recently completed a selfstudy of the school as part of its application for continued accreditation by WA...
Page A9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
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Page A9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
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Be careful when buyiiig vitamins [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Be careful when buyiiig vitamins By Shirley Bright Boody Registered Dietitian Copley News Service Are you willing to spend $5O on a 50-cent product that you know little .or nothing about, that you probably do not need, and will do little or nothing for you? In a drug trade journal report, last year, it revealed the mark-up on vitamins ranged from an average of 43 percent in most drug stores to 350 and 500 percent in health food stores. Vitamins and food supplements accounted for an annual $1.2 billion in annual sales, a big money maker with a fast turnover for the sellers. In 1976 a bill, endorsed by Sen. William Proximirc of Wisconsin, was effective in destroying control regulations in the marketing of vitamins and food supplements. The bill prohibited the Food and Drug Administration from requiring that dietary supplements really contain the nutritionally essential vitamins and minerals, or that the products omit “useless ingredients with no nutritional values. ” What a field day ...
Bran muffins for breakfast [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Bran muffins for breakfast IVt cups ail-purpose flour 3 taps, baking powder Mt tsp. salt % cup sugar Hi cups all-bran cereal or bran buds cereal IVi cups milk legg Va cup shortening or vegetable oil Stir together flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Measure all-bran cereal and milk into large mixing bowl. Stir to combine. Let stand 1 to 2 minutes or until cereal Is softened. Add egg and shortening. Beat well. Add flour mixture, stirring only until combined. Portion batter evenly into 12 greased 2%-ineh muffinpan cups. Baked in oven at 400 degrees F. about 25 minutes or until lightly browned. Yield; 12 muffins.
Chicken Oriental [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Chicken Oriental 4 whole chicken breasts 2 tbsps. flour Vs tsp. pepper 2 tbsps. butter or margarine 3 tbsps. soy sauce 2tbsps. honey V« tsp. ground ginger 2 grapefruits, peeled and sectioned 1 cup scallions, cut in 2inch pieces Skin and bone chicken breasts; slice them into IxlVi-inch pieces. Combine flour, salt and pepper; dredge chicken in flour mixture. In large skillet melt butter; add chicken, a small amount at a time; stir-fry until chicken has turned white all the way through. Combine soy sauce, honey, ginger and juice from grapefruit sections; pour over chicken. Add scallions and grapefruit sections. Toss gently. Cook until just heated through; do not overcook. Yield: 4 servings.
Freezer cookies with fruit taste [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Freezer cookies with fruit taste 1 cup butter or margarine, softened 1 cup powdered sugar ' egg 2% cups flour tsp. cream of tartar % cup candied cherries 3 /« cup candied pineapple % cup raisins, coarsely chopped I*7 cups chopped nuts Cream butter and sugar in mixing bowl; beat in egg. Gradually add flour and cream of tartar, beating just until mixed. Stir in remaining ingredients. Divide dough in half. Roll each half into a log about 2 inches in diameter. Wrap in waxed paper; freeze firm. To bake: Slice cookies to-inch thick with sharp knife; bake on greased baking sheet in 375 degree oven 12 to 14 minutes, until lightly browned around edges. Cool on rack. Makes about kdozen cookies.
Page A10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
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Page B1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
PLAZA MARKET 4121 OH TERRACE DR. Afini, OAILY-9 A.M.-T0 8P M, UrtVi: SUNDAY-9 AM.TO 7 P.M. HAPPY ST. PATRICKS DAY From The Great Coffee in The Green Can, s^99 MJB COFFEE 1 LB. CAN FAB DETERGENT KING SIZE Includes 10* Off - ■ f-JaOOO* SPECIAL FROM 00 MEAT DEPT. SHOP &amp; SAVE COUPONS Specials for ' Specials Mar. 13 thru Mar. 19,1980 IST ST. POOO CfNTiR PLAIA MARKCT UKU WESSON OIL 48 OZ. IVORY SOAP BATH SIZE . 9 3-BAR PACK 69 6.5 OZ CAN FRISKIES BUFFET CAT FOOD 3 87* * SPRINGFIELD BREAD 1 LB. LOAF 3 $ 1 MIGHTY DOG FOOD 3;87« 6.5 OZ CAN dermassage: LIQUID 99* 32 OZ. INCLUDES 20c OFF Limit one II) with ths coupon and $5 00 minimum purchase eluding liquor, tobacco and dairy product*. One coupon per family Coupon valid Match 6 thru March 1?. 1980 IST ST. POOO CfNTft PLAZA MARKCT COUPON No. 000 MORTON’S SALT 488* 26 OZ. CARTON Limit one (I) with this coupon and $5.00 minimum purchase. Ci eluding liquor, tobacco and dairy p. ducts. One coupon pci family Coupon valid March 6 thru Ma...
Glendale T racquetball tournament [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Glendale T racquetball tournament A racquetball tournament with competition in men's and women’s singles and doubles and mixed doubles will held beginning Mar. 27 at the Glendale YMCA. Competition will be open to the public with participants paying a 315 entry fee for each event The deadline for entries is Monday, Mar. 17, at 10 p.m. All games will be played on the Glendale YMCA courts. Singles competition will be .'conducted in Open, ‘B’, ‘C and Novice for both men and women along with Open and ‘B’ competition in doubles and mixed doubles. Special Junior (16-years of age and under) and Senior (over 60) division competition will also be held. Champions In all 16-dlvisions will be crowned on Sunday, Mar. 30, the final day of the four-day tournament. There must be a minimum of eight entrants in each division or the division will be cancelled or combined with another division. In case of cancellations, participants money will be refunded. Prizes will be awarded to first through fourth ...
Cuellar’s 15 leads Falcons victory, 30-23 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Cuellar’s 15 leads Falcons victory, 30-23 Anthony Cuellar pumped in half of his team total points as Division 23 champion St. Ignatius opened the Southern California CYO Play-offs with a 30-23 win over St. Alphonsua Monday night at Cantwell High. St. Ignatius advances to the second round of competition tonight at La Salle High in Pasadena against St. Benedict, a 40-23 conqueror of Our Lady of Lourdes. Tip-off is set for 7; 30 p.m. Cuellar scored 15 points to lead the Falcons as James Salinas and HectorPerez each hit for seven points and Manuel Maldonado added one before fouling out with four minutes left in the game. BRUCE ALLEN
Lopez fight even with Leon Spinks [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
Lopez fight even with Leon Spinks Heavyweight Eddie ‘Animal’ Lopez dominated the fight from the third through the ninth round, but still had to settle for a draw with former world champion Leon Spinks Saturday at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas. Despite a rally in the 10th and final round by Spinks, Lopez lost the fight in the fifth when referee Mills Lane ordered a point taken away from his total following a head butt. The point deduction came just seconds after Lopez was butted by Spinks. All three Judges penalized Lopez. Judge Duane Ford scored the fight 95-94 in favor of Lopez, while judge Arnold Buck called it 95-94 for Spinks. The third judge, Ai Miller, scored the fight 95-95 under Las Vegas’ 10-point must system. Lopez (14-2-2) dominated the middle rounds with numerous punches to Spinks’ body that continually drove the former champ to the ropes. Spinks (8-2-2) was a slight winner in the first three rounds and was a clear victor in the 10th. Neither fighter was knocked down. L...
LHS topples CHS tracksters, 74-48 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980
LHS topples CHS tracksters , 74-48 Jose Garcia won the mile and two mile and Lincoln swept both the 100 and shot put as the Tigers rolled to a 74-48 non-league track and field win over Cathedral Friday afternoon on the Phantoms home oval. Garcia won the mile in 4:58.5, a full second ahead of Cathedral’s Anthony Trafacanty (4:59.5), and then outdistanced the field by more then 11 seconds for first in the two mile at 10:23.0. Trafacanty was also second in the two mile at 10; 34.5. Pole vaulter David Garcia of Lincoln was pushed to a one foot Improvement over last week's season opening mark to win his event at 12-feet, Just ahead of two Cathedral vaulters who each cleared 11-6. Lincoln at Cathedral Varsity ICO - Velasco (L), 10.7; E. Mercado (L), 10.7; Bias (L)„ 10.7 . 220 - E. Mercado fL), 24.2; Velasco (L). 24.6; James (C), 24.8. 440 - Dominguez (C), 55.5; Bias (I,), 55.8; Rodriquez (C), 50.2. 880 - Rodriquez (L), 2:11.5; Maldonado (L), 2:12.7; Trafacanty (C). 2:13.1. MILE - Garcia (...