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Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
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Stuart Gray heads all-City cage squad [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Stuart Gray heads all-City cage squad |* Sports Junior 6-10 center Stuart Gray, Kennedy High of Granada Hills’ one man wrecking crew, has been named the, U.A. Section-CIF 4A ‘Player of the Year’ for 1979-’BO by the Citizens Savings Athletic Foundation’s board of selection. Gray led his team to the finals of the City 4A tournament earlier this month where they were beaten in the finals by three time champion Crenshaw, 66-62, at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion. One Northeast area player was named to the all-city squad, Northern League ‘Player of the Year’ Sam Banuelos of Belmont. The board named Banuelos to the second team. Banuelos averaged 20.2 points per game in leading the Sentinels to a perfect KM) NL record and the second round of the L. A. City 3A play-off tournament. The selection of Gray marks the second year in a row the City’s 4A ‘Player of the Year’ has come from Kennedy. Two players from City champion Crenshaw (20-1), senior guard Franklin Rhodes and junior center Gary Maloncon, w...
Schulte leads Eagle swim win over GH [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Schulte leads Eagle swim win over GH Eagle Rock’s Allison Schulte won two individual events and Kevin Brennan, Chuck Forrest and Paula Johnson each added a first place finish to lead the Eagles to a 10iM6 conquest of Mid Valley League foe Granada Hills Monday afternoon at Yosemite Pool. The victory gives the Eagles a 2-0 MVL tecord and a 3-1 overall mark. Eagle Rock is at home in Yosemite Pool again this coming Monday when the Eagles host Kennedy High’s Golden Cougars in another Mid Valley League dual meet. The first event is set for 2:30 p.m. Schulte won the 200 (1:45.43) and 500 ( 4:40,87) freestyle races, while also adding a solid leg on the Eagles winning 4 x 100 freestyle relay that hit the wall in 3; 15.36, Brennan won the 50-free in 19.10, Forrest captured first in the 100back at 51.80 and Paula Johnson score 54.2 points to win the diving competition. Granada Hills vs. Eagle Rock Yosemite Pool Varsity 50 FREE - Brennan (ER). 19.10; Sands (GH), 19.82; lioyola (GH). 20 13. 100 ...
Include NE schools on all-star roster [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Include NE schools on all-star roster Graduating seniors from Cathedral, Eagle Rock, Franklin, Paler Noster, South Pasadena and Wilson will have an opportunity to play in yet another high school allstar football 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's Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley Chapter scholar-athlete program. The announcement of the approval 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 participate on the 35-man West squad in the East versus West format. A 35-pman roster of players from schools in the central and east San Gabriel Valley will be selected to represent the East squad. WEST SQUAD SCHOOLS- Alhambra. Blair, Cathedral, Crescenta Valley. Eagle Rock, Frank...
Tigers maul Bulldogs, 73-54 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Tigers maul Bulldogs , 73-54 Eric Mercado doubled in the 100 and 220 and the Tigers outscored the Bulldogs 25-11 in the short races enroutc to a 73-54 non-league dual track and field win at Garfield last Friday afternoon. Mercado won the 100(10.7) and 220 (23.7) to lead a sweep of the century and a one-two Tigers finish in the furlong. Don Bias was second in the 100 (10.7) , 220 ( 23.9) and 440 ( 54.8), while Ron Velasco ran third in the 100 (10.8) and 440 / 54.9). Lincoln's Jose Garcia was second in the mile (4;55.5) and first in the two mile 1 10:22.8), while Danny Garzon ran 43.5 for second in the 330 low hurdles. Uncoln at Garfield Varsity 100 - E. Mercado (Ll, 10.7; blats iL». 10 7 Velasco (L), 10.8. 220 - E. Mercado i.L), 23.7; Bias (U 23.9; Maldonado »G». 24.6. 440 - Martinez (Oi. 53.7; Bias (I.), 54.8; Velasco (L), 54.9. - Robles (G 1.2:06.3. Rodriquez (U. 2:08.5; Maldonado (L). 2.09.0. MILE-Cruz (G 1,4:51.3; Garcia (L), 4:55.3; Gonzalez (G). 5:08-8. TWO MILE - Garcia (L), 1...
NL Baseball Mules, Eagles share lead after one week [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
NL Baseball Mules, Eagles share lead after one week Eagle Rock and Wilson, both 2-0, were the only unbeaten Northern League baseball teams going into yesterday schedule of games that faced postponement due to an unexpected afternoon rain storm. Just one will be left without a loss after tomorrow afternoon, weather permitting, when Eagle Rock travels to Wilson High for a 3 p.m. encounter with the Mules. Franklin travels to Montecito Playground for a 2 p.m. clash with Belmont, while Lincoln is at home at Rose Hills Playground against Marshall at 3 p.m. in other NL games. The unexpected rain Tuesday afternoon may have forced postponement of games matching Lincoln and Franklin at Arroyo Seco, Marshall at Wilson and Belmont and Eagle Rock at Yosemite Playground. If the rain intcrupted those games, they will be rescheduled for a later date. Wilson opened the Northern League season with a 4-0 shutout victory over Lincoln last Tuesday and then disposed of Belmont on Thursday, 0-1. Second ba...
Toilers rout MA sprin Wilson girls too much for Mules [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Toilers rout MA sprin Wilson girls too much for Mules Maggie Tiscareno placed second in the mile and Kathy Nelson finished third in the high jump to score' Wilson's only points of the meet as the Mules were beaten by host Manual Arts, 92-4, last Friday afternoon. Tiscareno clocked 6:01.4 in the mile run, while Nelson cleared 4-4 in the high jump. Wilson’s girls open Northern League track and field action this comirtg Friday at Lincoln. Wilson at Manual Arts Girls 100 • Holland (MAI. lUj White (MAI, 112. Jackson (MA), 11,7. 220 ■ While (MAi, 25.7; Holland (MA), 25.8; Murals iMAi. 27.9. MO ■ Wright (MAI. 58.0; Booty (MA). 60.3; Novel (MA1,62.0, . , 880 - Johnson IMAI, 2:21.0; Black (MAI, 2; 25.0. Moore (MA 1, 2:26.3. MILE - Moore (MAI. 5:51,6; Tiscareno (Wl, 6:01.4; Williams (MA), 6:30.9 TWO MILE ■ A Inper. (MAi, 13:20.1; Bloket l MAI. 13:20.1: E. Lopez (MA I, nt. 110 LH - Johnson (MAi, 18.2; Williams (MAI, 20.7; Moore l MA i, 21.7, 440 BELAY - Manual Arts, 46.8: Wilson did not enter ...
Calvo, Garcia each win two [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Calvo, Garcia each win two Liz Garcia and Unette Calvo each won two events as Uncoln’s girls track team rolled to a. 76-29 shellacking of host Garfield Friday afternoon. Garcia won the 100 (12.6) and 220 (30.1), while also ruinning legs on the winning 440 and 880 medley relay teams, while Calvo was first in the 860 (2:35.3) and mile (5:46.1) and added a second in the 440 (67.6). Freshman Lupe Perez was second in the 880 ( 2:37.0), second in the mile (5:47.5) and first in the two mile (12:49.9) toliighlight the Tiger effort in the meet. Uncoln at Garfield Girls 100 • L. Garcia ID, 12.6; S. Garcin ( Li, 13 0: Soils (Gl. 13.4, 220 - L Garcia ID, 38.1; Kobk-s (C 11.30.5; Loera (Gl, 30.6. 440 -Bolado (G1.85.8; Calvo l Ll, 67.6; Reyes (1-1,69.6, 888- Calvo ID. 2:35.3; Perez (D, 2;37.0; Solis 2.41.5 MILE-CalvoiD, 5:46,1; Perez 11 i 5 -17.5; Rivera ID, 6:16.5 TWO MILE • Perez I l.i, 12:49.9; Rivera ILI. 13:31.8; Henderson ( 1. 1. 14:06.0. 116 LH - Sobs f Ll, 19.2; Wong if. 1.19 4; Iziera (C...
Dave Taylor coach, AD dead at 64 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Dave Taylor coach, AD dead at 64 Dave Taylor, 64, a member of the athletic staff at East Los Angeles College for 27-years as first coach and then as the athletic director before his retirement in June of 1975, died last Friday at Eisenhower Medical Center in Palm Desert. Taylor began his coaching career at Manual Arts High School in 1939, moved to Garfield High in 1940 and transfered to East 1-os Angeles College in 1948. He served as East L.A. College's head coach for basketball and golf coach and as an assistant football coach for 19-years before becoming physical education department chairman and athletic director in 1967. Taylor was on the football stall at East L-A. in 1948 when the te c i recorded the only unbeaten, untied record in the college's history.
NEI yrep Baseball [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
NE I y rep Baseball Tl ESDAY LA nty Section Ko 1. i Q League South Gate 3. Roose v elt j Huntington Pa &lt;l. Nor 'n. m VcHRUf Kaßle Rock 7. F i dn- - &lt;i n minus • Wilson 4. UncolnU Belmont 17, Marshal THI HSCT ✓ LA*('ii&gt; .&gt;• .on EutoreU i* ■ Roosevelt 11, Jordan i Hell 4. Garfield 2 Hunlinulon Park 2, South GaU; I ■ , Northern I Marshall 4. Franklin 3 Wilson ft, Belmont I •f Kattle Rts-k 13. lam oln »
Time to think of summer bloomers [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Time to think of summer bloomers The time has come to bring those summer blooming bulbs into the limelight They may be fewer in number than those that bloom in the spring, but they are Just as colorful and cherished by gardeners everywhere. There ore gladiolus, cannas, tuberous begonias, dahlias and lilies on the list The begonia tubers may be sprouted now but planted outside after the last frost and dahlias should be held until at least mid-March before planting. Cannas can be the showpieces of the summer border when given a chance. The pity is that they often don’t get that chance. They are tropical in looks and their tall blooms often grow above most other flowers in the garden even delphiniums. Dwarf forms are also available, though. They wallow in warmth, as many valley gardeners know but deserve to be planted along the coast as well. Give them a rich soil and water and lift their rhizomes every other year for best results. You have pink, white, yellow, red, bronze and orange c...
Housewife sells ‘alms plnte’ for $4O; worth $l.BOO [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Housewife sells ‘alms plnte’ for $4O; worth $l.BOO NILES, 111. —The story of a small fortune, lost because a housewife had no idea her glass plate was a collector’s item, recently came to light. In a letter to J. R. MacArthur, chairman of the Bradford Exchange, world’s largest trading center in collector’s plates, a Madison, Wise., woman wrote: “1 had a Lalique 1965 plate . .. which I sold to a friend for $4O. 1 had not heard of you at that time.’’ The plate she sold is actually valued at more than $l,BOO. Although Mac Arthur points out that this price is exceptionally high, he said, "I'm afraid others may be losing hundreds or thousands of dollars by not knowing what their plates are worth.” To aid in identifying valuable plates, the exchange issues a report that includes current prices on more than 900 plates, guidelines on what to look for and when to buy, and the plate evaluation checklist used by the exchange. To obtain a copy without cost or obligation, just send your name, ad...
Tree roses for patio containers [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Tree roses for patio containers rTpn Home •Jp and " ■ Garden Outdoor living in California means wide expanses of patio living areas, balconies and redwood decks. This calls for distinctive but movable decoration. Tree roses are probably the most stunning answer to this modern need for portable plant accents. Tree roses are manmade plants that can be almost any rose variety. As a rule, they usually consists of three plants: a sturdy rootstock on to which another rose variety is budded that produces a sturdy trunk, or standard, which in turn supports a budded on plant that forms the Dower bearing crown. Redwood tubs 16 to 18 inches or more in diameter are suitable for potting rose trees. Smaller sizes do not allow enough room for root development to keep the tree growing and blooming normally. Remember, when planting any growing plant in a container, adequate drainage must be insured. Bits of gravel or pottery placed on the bottom of the container are excellent for this purpose. As fa...
Flowering peaches [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Flowering peaches Flowering peaches should be pruned each year to promote plenty of new growth for next year’s bloom. This creates no hardship for the gardener, however, far from it. The sprays of the bloom may be pruned off in full color and moved into the house for display. If you can’t bear to remove the beautiful flowers from your garden, then wait until they fade and do your pruning without delay when that time arrives.
Perennials [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Perennials Perennials can be planted throughout most of the year and for fillers in the garden or cut flowers they can’t be beat. Attractive in any garden are the white and blue flowers of the agapanthus, the blue campanula and columbine and the white Shasta daisies in all sorts of varieties. Check your nursery for young plants of these perennial flowers.
Plant annuals [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Plant annuals With the outdoor living season approaching, give some thought to planting colorful annuals in tubs or planter boxes for display on the terrace or deck. Some good choices would be petunias, lobelia, violas and alyssum. All are easy to plant and look terrific massed in cramped quarters such as planter boxes to make an outstanding display says the California Association of Nurserymen.
Tea tree useful and pretty, too [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Tea tree useful and pretty, too As the story goes, Captain Cook resorted to brejßrtjf the leaves typai the Australian tea tree to prevent scurvy in his men. Thus, Leptospermum laevigatum ' obtained a. common name, tea tree, that has heldfast throughout the years. California gardeners gained some good friends when the ‘teas" were introduced here years ago. It proved to be an excellent screening and windbreak shrub, thriving under difficult conditions. As a shrub, the tea tree is of great value used as a clipped hedge and pretty one, too, with its white flowers that bloom in the spring. It is a plant that should be considered a prime candidate for planting along the coast as it is salt and wind tolerant. MANY SPECIES Today there are many species of the tea tree. Some can be used as ground covers and others grow in compact form being low and roundfed reaching only 2 feet. The N color spectrum of their blossom has also 'bqcn widen by hybridizing These many species come in flower colors ...
Pruning fuschias [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
Pruning fuschias Pruning fuchsias is a February job after danger of frost is over. Before you prune be sure to consider what the needs are. A fuchsia blooms on new growth each year, so the gardener’s aim is to promote enough new growth to carry plenty of bloom next summer, First remove all weak or .damaged wood, then cut the rest back rather severely unless you have some special reason for 'kreping it long. At least half of the old wood can be removed without danger to the plant and taking more is not an uncommon practice.