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Jenny Green sweep beats MHS,S6-49 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Jenny Green sweep beats MHS,S6-49 Roosevelt’s Jenny Green was first in three individual events and ran a leg on her schools winning mile relay team to decided the meet as the Rough Rider girls scored a 5649 victory over visiting Marshall. The Rough Riders led by two points, 5149, going into the final event when Green was forced into action only a few minutes after winning the two-mile run. Roosevelt’s four girls combined to clock 4:39.1 to win the event by 12 seconds. Green personally swept the distance races winning the 880 (2:38.6), mile (6:04.5) and two-mlle (12:45.0), each by 10-seconds or more. Margaret Perez also doubled for Roosevelt winning the 220 (29.6) and 440 (67.0) as Marshall's Yvette Maufus prevented a Rough Riders sweep of the running events with a 12.5 victory in the 100-yard dash. Marshall at Roosevelt Girls ISO - Maufus (M). 12.5; Rudy (M), 12.8; Blackman (H). 12.9. m - Peres (R), 29,6; Maufus (M). 29.9; Williams (R),30.4. 440- Perez (R),67.0; Williams (R),69.5; I...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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PD team seeks record [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

PD team seeks record Nineteen police officers, members of the Northeast Area Running Team, are currently attempting to better a world relay record for running the length of Death Valley. The team left yesterday afternoon for Death Valley to prepare and began the 116-mile run at 5 a.m. this morning with completion expected this evening shortly after 7 p.m. Each of the first 18 runners will traverse 6.2 miles (about 10,000 meters) before passing the baton to the next runner, The final runner will cover about 4-mlles. LAPD’s Metro Division holds the current at IS hours, 46 minutes and the Northeast team expects to better that mark by a full hour.

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Heads Thunderbolts Allen severs ties with Oxy football [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Heads Thunderbolts Allen severs ties with Oxy football Bruce Allen, after one year as the head football coach at Occidental College, has resigned to accept a similar post with the new Los Angeles Thunderbolts of the California Football League. Allen, the 23-year old son of former L.A. Ram and Washington Redskin headman George Allen, informed Occidental College athletic director Ruth Berkey of his decision last week. The youngest collegiate head coach in the country last year, Allen now becomes the nation’s youngest head coach of a professional football team. Berkey called Allen’s resignation a disappointment. “I think he is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic,” Berkey said in a statement after being informed Allen would become the third Oxy football coach to step down in the past two years. “He has great ability to motivate players and establish a very good morale for our team,” continued the Oxy athletic director. “He has the potential to be an outstanding coach with a wide involve...

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FB game includes NE area [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

FB game includes NE area Graduating senior football players from Cathedral, Eagle Rock, Franklin, Pater Noster, South Pasadena and Wilson will have an opportunity to play in. yet another high school all-star grid game this summer. The NCAA has approved a sanction for the first Hall of Fame AllStar Football Game, scheduled for Friday evening, Aug. 1, at Arroyo High School in El Monte. Proceeds from the game will benefit the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley Chapter’s scholar-athlete program. The announcement of the game was made last week by NFF chapter president Jim Brownfield, head football coach at Muir High in Pasadena. Players from all local high schools will compete on the 35-man west squad in the East versus West format. WEST SQL'AD SCHOOLS- Alhambra,, Blair, Cathedral Crescents Valley. Eagle Roek, Franklin, Fllntrldge Prep, Glendale, HooverGlendale, Ijj Canada. Muir, Pater Noster, St. Francis. South Pasadena, Verdugo Hills. Wilson. EAST...

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Davis takes hurdles for Barristers [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Davis takes hurdles for Barristers Brian Davis won both hurdles races as Marshall athletes finished first in eight individual events to lead the Barristers to a 74-52 victory over host Roosevelt in a non-league track and field meet Friday afternoon. Davis won the 120 highs in a season best 15.9 and came back later to caputre the 330 lows in 43.6. Dean Kessler (2:06.6) won tile 880, Sal Alvarez (54.2) was first in the 440, Dean Kessler (2:06,6) won the 880, Hector Nunez (4:48.0) took the mile and Scott Aguirre (10:33.0) captured the two-mile for the Barristers. Marshall’s Dimitri Tsarofsky won the shot put at 46-3V4, but was well off of his season best 50-3 effort last Marshall at Roosevelt Varsity 100 • Baham (R). 10.3; Nunez (H). 10.8; Blandon (M), 11.0. 220-Baham (R),24.0; Nunez (R), 24.1; Blandon (M). 25.6. 440 - S. Alvarez (M). 54.2; Medina (R),06.2; Diaz (M), 58.3. 880 - Kessler (M). 2:06.6; S. Alvarez (M), 2:10.0; Furite (H), 2:12.6. MILE • Nunez (M). 4:48.0; Aguirre (M), 4:51...

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Johnson tops 12-6, 6-0 for ER double [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Johnson tops 12-6, 6-0 for ER double m,' Eagle Rock’s Rodney Johnson had an outstanding early season field events double, while shot putter Chris Stewart and bal&niler Jay Burden each turned in top notch performances, but the Eagles were beaten by visiting Reseda, 68-84, Friday afternoon. Johnson won the high jump at 8feet even and then cleared 12-6 for first in the pole vault. Teammate Ron Gilner, the City Bee champion as a sophomore, was second at 11feet. Stewart led an Eagle Rock sweep of the shot put George Bonilla (487) and Dave Semerad (44-5) were second and third, respectively with a mark of 47-SV4, while Burden won theBBoin 2;05.7. Eagle Rock’s Cliff Quan captured first in the long jump (19-7 Mi) and second in the 220 (23.6), Dave Ross was second in the 100 (10.5) and Frank Strong ran second in the 330 low hurdles (42.6). RewiSa at Eagle Hark Varsity W»- Egarton (R), 10.4; Ross (ER), 10 5; Quan (ER), 10.6. 2» - Egarton (R), 51.0, Qvan (ER), 23.6; Harris (R), 23.8...

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Bad pass costs Belmont [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Bad pass costs Belmont Belmont won nine of IS events, but a bad 440 relay handbff cost the Sentinels the meet as visiting Huntington Park scored a one point win, 64-63, Friday afternoon. Huntington Park (47.3) nipped Belmont (47.4) at the tape of the sprint relay to score what turned out to be the deciding points early in the meet. Belmont’s Kern Ting and Ricardo Villaneda each won two events. Ting won the high (16.4) and low (44.1) hurdles races, while Villaneda was first in the 220 (25.0) and 440 (54.6). Marc Tamase bad in Belmont’s best individual performance winning the triple jump with a leap of 435*6. He also finished second in the long jump at 20-3. Huntington Park at Belmont Varsity 108 ■ Gallegos (HP), 10.4; Ratcliff (HP). 10.5; Reed (HP), 10.9. W0 - Villaneda (B), 25.0: Ratcliff (HP), 25.1; Woods (B). 25.3 440 ■ Villaneda (B). 54.6; Quant (B). 55.1; Ratcliff (HP). 57.2. 880 - Carrion (B), 2:09.5; Vasques (HP), 2:14.0; Merida (B), 2:15.5. MILE - Rivera (B). 4:47.2; Izquierd...

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Lori Lopez wins 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Lori Lopez wins 4 Sacred Heart’s Lori Lopez won four individual tvents, but the Comets were beaten by Lincoln, 6144, in a non-league dual meet Friday afternoon at Cathedral High. Lopez, a junior and defending CIFSouthem Section 1A Division mile and two-mile champion, is one of the top female prep distance runners in southern California and won the 440 (6S.S), 880 (2:28.8), mile (8:26.8) and two-mile (11:57.8). While Lincoln couldn't match the individual excellence of Lori Lopez, the Tigers girls did win the meet and in the process set a pair of school records in the 440 and 880-medley relays. The Tigers clocked 2:05.0 to win the 880-medley relay and better the old mark of 2:07.9, while Lincoln's sprint relay team was timed in 57.0 to smash the old standard of 57.4. Lincoln vs. Sacred Heart at Cathedral High ' Girls IGO- L. Garcia (L), 13.1; Jaquez (SH), 13.2; S. Garcia (L), 13.3. 220 - Castellanos (L). 29.6; L. Garcia (L), 30.4; Reyes (L), 30.9. 440 - Lopez (SH), 65.5; Castellanos (...

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Garafano paces Eagles [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Garafano paces Eagles Gina Garafano soared past the 15foot mark to lead an Eagle Rock sweep of the long jump as the Eagles rolled to a 59-46 non-league track and field win over visiting Reseda on Friday. Garafano leaped 15-8 for first in the horizontal jump with Erin Beattie (14-11) In second and Kelli Jorgensen (14-8) third. She also won the 100 (11.9) and tied teammate Kirsten Carpenter for the top spot in the 220, both timed at 27.9. Jorgensen won the high jump clearing 54), while Usa Smith (17.2) won the 110-yard low hurdles with Jorgensen (17.8) second and Beattie (17.8) in third. Deanna Holst (30-6) and Angela Barruto (30-4) each bettered the 30- foot mark in the shot put, but placed second and third, respectively. Hcmil* at Eagle Reck Girls 100 - Oaralano (ER), 11.9; Barili (ERI, 12-1; Wade (R). 12.6. 220 - Tie between Carpenter (ER) and Garafano (ER), 27.9; Soldmon (R), 28.5 . 448 - Coperly (R). 68.5; Jew (ER), 70.6; Blanco (ER), 71.1. 880 - Pettit (R), 4:43.3; Ikeda (ER), 2...

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Wilson falls, 65-61 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Wilson falls, 65-61 Angel Zaragosa and Kenny Vargas each had strong performances in winning individual events but visiting Canoga Park scored a 65-61 non-league track and field win over Wilson in the rain Monday afternoon. Zaragosa won the 440 in 54,2, while Vargas competing with a leg and ankle injury won the shot put at 44-3. Larry Austria again cleared 6-feet to win the high jump. Canoga Park at WUimmi Varsity m • Parcell* (CP». 10 4: Overtn «CPi, 10.6: Derosa (W), 10.8. m - Parcells (CPi. 23.1; Calderon (W). 24.3: Brown (CP). 24 8. 440 - ZaragosaiW 1,54.2; Hall i CP). 04.2: MundoiW), 05.0. 880 - Mundo (W), 2:09 2; Cruz (W). 2:10.1: Kramman (CP). 2:12.2. MILE - Cabrera iW», 4 53 2; Stuck tCP». 4:55.7; Thymiakos (Wi. 5 02.0. TWO MILE - Cabrera (Wt. 10:41.4: Evangelista (W). 10; 0J.4: Stuck i CP). 11:07.4 120 HH - Broadland (CP). 18.1: Miller (CP). 18.5; Young iW). 170. 330 LH - Beltran (CP). 43.4; Jervis (CP).44.3; Huberts (CP).44.4. 440 RELAY - Canoga Park. 44.9; Wilson. 46,7. MI...

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NE preps win loop MVP nod [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

NE preps win loop MVP nod Two area basketball players were named Most Valuable Players of their respective teams on all-star squads announced this week. Belmont’s Sam Banuelos was named the outstandings player in the Northern League, while South Pasadena’s Hansi Mumper shared the top honor with Nick Agajanian of Temple City. Local all-star team follow: AUcNORTHERN LEAGUE First Team Mario Nuvarro-Belmont. Jr; Sam BanuelosBelmont, Sr; Kevin Bellinger-Eagle Rock, Sr; •Reggie Payton-WUson, Jr; Doug RomeroLincoin.Sr. Second Team Jon Soo Hoo-Marahall. Sr; Andy KendallBagle Rock; Sr; Ken Earls-Wilson, Soph; Ronnie Dasalla-Belmont, Sr, George Reynoso-Beimont, Sr; Alex Armendariz-Wilson, Jr; Steve HiuraEagle Rock, Sr. MVP; Sam Banuelos, Belmont ALL-RIO HONDO LEAGUE First Team Nick Apajanian-Temple City, Sr; Jeff DtxonSdn Marino, Sr; Jeff Cape hart-San Marino, Sr; Hansi Mumper-Sooth Pasadena, Sr; Frank Waters-South Pasadena, Sr; Chuck WomanSouth Pasadena, Sr; Steve Sinclair-La Canada, Sr. Sec...

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Bus passes offer students transit [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Bus passes offer students transit The Rapid Transit District off era students in the East Las Angeles area two transportation discounts, the student identification card and the student monthly pass. Both discounts are honored not only on the 14 lines serving schools and colleges in the eastslde, but on all county RID lines regardless of day or time of use. . Students pay $1 for their student identification card, and are entitled to 10 cents off the RTD's basic fare of 55 cents. This discount is designed for students who ride the bus less frequently, and an ID card purchased now is good through Sept. 30,1980. MONTHLY PASS The regular student monthly pass, designed for the frequent RTD rider, is 314 a month, and allows full time students and those with a minimum of 12 academic units at an accredited school or college to ride RTD buses not only to and from school, but any time of day on all regular and express routes. All schools and colleges have been supplied with ideotication card a...

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Journalism Class [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Journalism Class Enthuslostlc students of Belvedere Jr. High's new Journalism class announce first edition of the school paper will soon make Its debut. Instructor Is Tony Tedesco. with class made up of Bth and 9th grade students and was started this semester. From left to right at top ore Lucy Cervantes, Eva Gomez, Norma Reynoso. Angel Lucero, Blanca Fargo, Bottom Row: Martha Jimenez, George Mora, Mouricio Morales, lupe Jamaica, and John Bauer.

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Page B3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

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Write when you get work [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Write when you get work I Editorial Well, Governor, the occasion was momentous enough to turn out a brass band, majorettes and a welcoming committee at the bus station when you came back from the hustings last week. After all, it isn’t every day that we get to see a real, live governor in Sacramento. Let’s see, except for quick trips home to leave your laundry and pick up a clean shirt, you’ve been on the campaign trail for just about three solid months. So much has happened in that time, it’s hard to know where to start filling you in. There have been, of course, the usual calamities. Not like the one that happened to you in New Hampshire, Governor, but the floods that turned southern Califor--nia into a disaster area and the earthquake that knocked the linear accelerator at Livermore out of line. There was, if you haven’t hear, a fight beween Leo McCarthy and Howard Berman over who was going to be the speaker of the Assembly, The battle brought the Legislature to a standstill for ...

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Bullet trains for LA? [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

Bullet trains for LA? An expert from Japan feels an electrically powered bullet train capable of speeds up to 130 miles an hour might become a reality between Los Angeles and San Diego by 1984. Gordon Togasaki, a senior adviser to Amtrak, talked about the West Coast run when announcing plans to build a bullet train service between Boston, New York and Washington. The Japanese have been using such train, which they call shinkansen, between their major cities for 15 years, safely and cheaply carrying some 1.5 billion passengers. On the other hand, the United States has done little or nothing about rail research and development in the last 30 years. With rising air fares and higher and higher gasoline and diesel fuel prices, electrical rail service is making more sense. Such trains use about 10 percent of the energy that other modes of transportation consume. We could leam from Japan’s successes in mass transportation and should give some thought to the possibility of shinkansen for So...

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■ iff airs of Slate Bill would prohibit naming crime victims [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

■ iff airs of Slate Bill would prohibit naming crime victims By Becci Field Capitol News Service SACRAMENTO (Capitol) The long-standing conflict between an unfettered press and protection ofcitizens’ rights promises to heat up once again as California lawmakers consider legislation which would prohibit law enforcement agencies from releasing the names, addresses and telephone numbers of crime victims or witnesses unless specifically authorized. Assemblyman Lawrence Kapiloff’s measure, Assembly Bill 2019, has aroused the ire of journalists statewide because, not only does it place a “gag” on law enforcement release of victim and witness Identities, it would provide for punitive damages against those who publish such information in successful invasion of privacy law suits. “The basic thrust of this bill is against freedom of information,” said Michael Dorais, general manager and general counsel for the California Newspaper Publishers Association (CNPA). “We live in a society where we ...

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The Legal Way [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 12 March 1980

The Legal Way By E. J. Denison, J.D. Copley News Service Their father is near death, so his sons and daughters are already making claims on various items of his property. As executor of his estate, how do you fend them off ? Q. Doctors say our father, age 92, will not live long. I am sorry to say our large: family Is already picking out what each wants of father’s property. He has a will, which appoints me, his daughter, as executor. This will lists how he wants to dispose of his things. What can I do to protect them during the first days after he dies? We live in Arizona. A. To protect the assets of a decedent, file an application with the probate court, within five days after his death, for a temporary appointment as executor (now called personal representative). The probate court commissioner will give you the power to assemble the asset under your protection (ARSSec. 14-3414). Q. I am behind In my rent, so my landlord threatens to confiscate my property in his rental house, and ...

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