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June ballot may draw 1200-plus candidates [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

June ballot may draw 1200-plus candidates A total of 1216 people are running for one job or another on the county ballot in June, the Registrar-Recorder’s office said this week. The total includes candidates for judgeships, county central committees and water board, as well as the more publicized races for State Senate and Assembly, Congress, Board of Supervisors and others. Not included are statewide candidates who did not file in LA County, and Presidential candidates. A unified list will be developed later, according to the registrar. The 1216 total include all who filed by the deadline of last Friday; some will be dropouts when nominating petitions are checked. In the local races, the following candidates are looking for spots on the ballot: 25th Congressional District Democrats, incumbent Edward R. Roybal, and David Sanchez, a teacher mid East LA resident. Republican, Richard E. Ferraro Jr., a computer programmer. Libertarian, William D. Mitchell, a legal assistant. 26th Congre...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Roybal tells concern on gasoline fee [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Roybal tells concern on gasoline fee Congressman Edward R. Roybal Monday told Northeast Newspapers that he felt the President would have difficulty persuading Congress of the need for imposing an oil import fee which would add 10 cents a gallon to the price of gasoline, Roybal said the fee which the President said he will impose will work a special hardship on low and moderate income people, especially in the Los Angeles area car transportation continues to be essential. The Congressman said he also has doubts about the President’s idea to use the $lO billion which will be raised through the new tax as an offset against the national debt, rather than to remove the need for making some program cuts to balance the budget. PROPOSALS Roybal said it will be difficult to assess the effects of the budget cutswhich will be required to balance the 1980-81 spending program until the President makes specific proposals about programs which will be reduced. The congressman said speculation on cu...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Chamber to install Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Chamber to install Saturday New officers for the year BMI will be installed at the annual Mexican Chamber of Commerce banquet Saturday night, March 22 at Quiet Cannon, Montebello Country Club. Festivities get started wirh reception at 6:30 p.ra, and dinner following at 6p.m. New officers to be inducted include Jose _ Quirarte, President; Cesar Del Valle Secretary linda Cigena, Pro-Secretary; Maria Arredondo, Treasurer; Jose Luis Patino, Pro Treasurer, Presiding at the induction and installation ceremonies will be the Hon. Lie. Javier Escobar y Cordova, Consul General of Mexico in Los Angeles.

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Extend city rent control [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Extend city rent control The City Council Friday unanimously approved extension of the rent control ordinance through July 31, as a crowd estimated at some 500 to 600 cheered the action. The crowd of filled the council chamber" and the board of public works hearing room, into which audio of the meeting was piped. The ordinance was immediately signed into law by acting mayor John Ferraro, after he provided one of the 12 votes approving on first reading. The ordinance was extended without any changes.' Two proposed amendments by Councilman Art Snyder, to allow

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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To present play [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

To present play Danhy de la Paz, most recently seen in the films Boulevard Nights” and Cuba, plays the teenage son whose arrest by the police causes great concern for his family in Uprooted ' The Bilingual Foundation of the Arts play written by Mexican dramatist J. Humberto RoblesArenas. will be presented tonight at 7:30 p.m. in a free performance at Garfield High School. The play stars Carmen Zapata and Julio

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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2000 attend free concert at East LA [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

2000 attend free concert at East LA Two thousand music fans came to Ingalls Auditorium on the East Log Angeles College campus Tuesday night to hear the Orquesta Slnfonica del Estado de Mexico (The Mexican State Symphony Orchestra). It was the Orquesta's first appearance in the United States in many years and the opening concert in a tour of this country which will take them to some of the major cities like Dallas, Detroit, and Minneapolis. The ELAC concert was co-sponsored by the City of Los Angeles and the college. During intermission, Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley presented the keys to his city to Conductor Enrique Batiz. In turn, the Mayor of Toluca, Mexico, presented Orqucsta scrolls to Mayor Bradley, ELAC President Arthur Avila, and Gomalo Molina, a local adult school instructor who served as liaison for the concert. ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL'S 1980 spring carnivol will be hold March 21-23 on the school's softball field, and will feature musical entertainment and game and food boot...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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tiLA College art gallery slates shows [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

tiLA College art gallery slates shows East Los Angeles College’s Vincent Price Art Gallery has schedule seven exhibits during the rest of the spring semester, reports Carson Scott, director. The Louis T. Baacoy, M.D., Art Collection will be exhibited from March 17 through March 211. Dr. Bascoy is an East Los Angeles area physician and Garfield High School graduate. 1 Selected pieces from the East LA College collection donated by 'well known stage, screen and television actor Vincent Price will be displayed April 7 to 18. Departing from the "traditional” art exhibit, the gallery will celebrate another tradition, the Japanese art of (lower arranging, Ikebana, by showing it and Bonsai plants from April 19 to 2S in honor of the Cherry Blossom Festival on campus April 19 and 20. The semiannual Student Pottery Show and Sale will be held in the gallery from May 1 to 9 and be followed by the winning entries in the 24th annual ELAC Photography Contest for high school and community college st...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Women’s awareness week to continue [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Women’s awareness week to continue Women’s Awareness Week activities will continue today through Friday. at East Los Angeles College. Between noon and 2 p.m. today, Nadine Elsen, the college nurse, will present a film on cancer in the health services office. At 3 p.m. today, “Women in Law” will be discussed by Margaret Ozuna, associate professor of family and consumer studies, who is a third-year law student the Middle and Far East will be displayed June 16 to 27. Gallery hours generally are from noon to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. until noon Fridays. Special group tours may be arranged at other times. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend, of course. Thursday’s programs •begin with Jean Stapleton, chairperson of the journalism department, and Richard Bright marriage counselor, discussing their book “Equal Dating" at noon in room E3-101. PRINCIPLES At 1:30 p.m., “Dynamic Living Principles of Suc- cess and Proper Self Image,” will be the topic of p...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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St Mary’s plans swap meet [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

St Mary’s plans swap meet St. Mary’s School Parents Club is sponsoring a “Mini-Fair” (swap meet) on Sunday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the parish grounds, situated at 407 S. Chicago St, Los Angeles, in Boyle Heights. They are appealing to those merchants in the area, as well as to any individuals interested in selling their wares whether they be Jewelry, clothing, shoes, plants, tools, general merchandise, meat, staples, etc. (except cooked food) to secure their stalls for the minimal rental price of $25.00. The parents club will be selling “antojitos” and refreshements for everyone’s enjoyment. Deadline for anyone wishing to rent a stall is April 11, 1980. Please pick up applications at the school office located at 416 S. St. Louis St. (across from Hollenbeck Park), or call 262-3395 or 288-0465 for further information.

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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April 1 Day for national head count nears [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

April 1 Day for national head count nears For the 20th time, the United States will be staging a national head count as the 1980 census gets underway with the mailing of forms to individual households on March 28. The forms are to b® returned on “Census Day,” April 1, and followup visits will be staged by Census Bureau employees on any forms not mailed back. Census Bureau spokespeople expect the 1980 count to show a national population of around 222 million, up 9 percent since 1970, one of the two lowest increases since the first national count in 1790. The Bureau is still recruiting area residents in East Los Angeles and northeast area tor some 500 jobs which will last some one to two months. Need for personnel is so critical that the number of testing centers has been expanded. TESTS Tests are offered at 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday at the East Los Angeles Neighborhood Facility, 133 N. Sunol Drive, Room 204 ; 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Highland Pa...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Snyder denies he misused coast job [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Snyder denies he misused coast job Councilman Art Snyder has denied published reports that he has been using his position on the South Coast Regional Coastal Commission as a means of raising funds for his expected campaign for mayor. An investigative report stated that Snyder, commission chairman Donald E. Wilson and commissioner Glerth S. Erickson have raised some $200,000 during the last two years from, people who came before them, and in some cases collected the contributions within days or weeks of a favorble vote. A Snyder aide said the councilman’s response to this was essentially the same as to previous charges of possible influence peddling made against him when he was chairman of the planning cramittee: that his fund raising solicitations are made by his campaign committee off a list they compile, and that he is frequently not aware of who has and has not contributed, and is not influenced by contributions. PATTERN In regard to the planning committee, Snyder maintained that...

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Celebrate Arbor Day [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Celebrate Arbor Day Students from the sixth grade class at Breed Street School participate in tree planting program at Hollenbeck Pork during an Arbor Day program. The tree was donated by the class which raised funds to purchase it. Each year the sixth grade class plants a tree in one of the city parks op orated by the Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department. The teacher is Hortensia Maraga

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Reconstruct freeway transition [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Reconstruct freeway transition The California Department of Transportation is currently engaged in a project to repair and rebuild the transition lanes from the eastbound San Bernardino Freeway to the southbound Long Beach Freeway, near California State College at Los Angeles. As part of the work, the ramp will be dosed to traffic all day on Sunday.

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Pledge city funds for justice center [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Pledge city funds for justice center Mayor Tom Bradley has made the first commitment of city funds toward development of a juvenile justice center in the northeast area, an aide told Northeast Newspapers this week. Art Gastelum, a mayoral assistant who is on the task force studying the justice center, said the Mayor has pledged to put in the upcoming budget part of the 1170,000 which has been estimated as the costs of converting the Eastlake Juvenile Hail into a justice center. Gastelum said the $170,000 may be an overestimate for the costs, and at any rate the mayor will be expecting the county to also pay part of the conversion cost. The mayoral aide said the city has no present intentions to pay any of the ongoing costs of operating the center, since the justice system is under the direction and control of the county. Supervisor Ed Edleman has also endorsed the justice center concept, and recently told the Highland Park Coordinating Council that he was asking for $606,000 in the ...

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Roosevelt carnival to open [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Roosevelt carnival to open The Roosevelt High School spring carnival will be held Friday through Sunday on toe school football field. Music for the three days will be presented by “Ecstasy.” Among the clubs represented with booths will be the Boosters Club, ROTC, Model United Nations, Football Club, Spanish Club and student council. In all there will be 20 game booths, food booths and 12 rides. Among the groups making donations to the carnival are Casa Mission, Sbonholtz Brooklyn Jewelers, JonSons Market, Kenny’s Sporting Goods, Sepulveda Printers, Boyle Heights Klwauls Club, Fine's Food Company, Haru Florist and Yoli’s Dress Shop.

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Domingos Alegres to open [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Domingos Alegres to open Domingos Aiegres kicks off its fifth consecutive year of presenting free Mexican concerts with a special star-studded show on Sunday, March 23 from 2 to 5 p.ih. at the Belvedere Park amphitheatre in East Los Angeles. f Headlining this month’s premiere performance will be two well-known acts from Mexico, the singing group Los 2 Reales and comedian Jose Gonzalez Gonzalez. Also appearing on stage will be the rock group Sagitarlos, singer Felipe Graciano, Balet Floricanto, Grupo Amor Y Paz, singers Daniel Silva and Javier Antonio and Mariachi America. Spanish radio station KALI will broadcast the entire program live. The festive program will continue on alternate Sundays through March, Ml. Each program features top-name Hispanic entertainers from Mexico and throughout Latin America as well as the leading performers from the local area. The three hour programs feature something for everyone, with acts ranging from traditional folkloricos, mariachis and rancheras ...

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June ballot may draw 1200-plus candidates [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

June ballot may draw 1200-plus candidates A total of 1216 people are running for one job or another on the county ballot in June, the Registrar-Recorder’s office said this week. The total includes candidates for judgeships, county central committees and water board, as well as the more publicized races for State Senate and Assembly, Congress, Board of Supervisors and others. Not included are statewide candidates who did not file in LA County, and Presidential candidates. A unified list will be developed later, according to the registrar. The 1216 total include all who filed by the deadline of last Friday; some will be dropouts when nominating petitions are checked. In the local races, the following candidates are looking for spots on the ballot; 2Sth Congressional District Democrats, incumbent Edward R. Roybal, and David Sanchez, a teacher and East LA resident.' Republican, Richard E. Ferraro Jr., a computer programmer. Libertarian, William D. Mitchell, a legal assistant. 26th Congr...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Roybal tells concern on gasoline fee [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Roybal tells concern on gasoline fee Congressman Edward R. Roybal Monday told Northeast Newspapers that he felt the President would have difficultry persuading Congress of the need for imposing an oil import fee which would add 10 cents a gallon to the price of gasoline. Roybal said the fee which the President said he will impose will work a special hardship on low and moderate income people, especially in the Los Angeles area car transportation continues to be essential. The Congressman said he also has doubts about the President’s idea to use the $lO billion which will be raised through the new tax as an offset against the national debt, rather than to remove the need for making some program cuts to balance the budget. PROPOSALS Roybal said it will be difficult to assess the cffects'of the budget cuts which will be required to balance the 1980-81 spending program until the President makes specific proposals about programs which will be reduced. The congressman said speculation on ...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Chamber to install Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Chamber to install Saturday New officers for the year 90-81 will be installed at the annual Mexican Chamber of Commerce banquet Saturday night, March 22 at Quiet Cannon, Montebello Country Club. Festivities get started wirh reception at 6:30 p.ra. and dinner following at 8 p.m. New officers to be inducted include Jose Quirarte, President; Cesar Del Valle Secretary Linda Cigena, Pro-Secretary; Maria Arredondo, Treasurer; Jose Luis Patino, Pro Treasurer. Presiding at the induction and installation ceremonies will be the Hon. Uc. Javier Escobar y Cordova, Consul General of Mexico in Los Angeles. Serving as master of ceremonies will be news commentator and radio and TV perssonality, Jaime Jarrin. Music for dancing and entertainment will be provided by Mariachi Los Galleros de Pedro Rey and the dance orchestra of Rudy Macias. There’ll be, other surprise entertainment attractions according to a Chamber spokesman. Members of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce are reminded cf the groups regula...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Extend city rent control [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980

Extend city rent control The City Council Friday unanimously approved extension of the rent control ordinance through July 31, as a crowd estimated at some 500 to 600 cheered the action. The crowd of renters filled the council chamber and the board of public works hearing room, into which audio of the meeting was piped. The ordinance was immediately signed into law by acting mayor John Ferraro, after he provided one of the 12 votes approving on first reading. The ordinance was extended without any changes. Two proposed amendments by Councilman Art Snyder, to allow cost of living increases in rental rates instead of a flat 7 percent, and to allow adding cost of common utilities to the rental, were both voted down. Extension is only to July 31 to allow the city to react to the possible passage of Prop. 10 on the state ballot, which would outlaw load rent control measures not voted on by the public.

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