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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 19 March 1980
PETS, POULTRY &amp; LIVESTOCK 88 Birds For Sale Canaries All Colors Young Males 525.00 Also Finches 722-2520 AUTOMOBILES WANTED 9S JUNK CARS WANTED Top Dollar sss FREE TOWING 223-3851 AUTOS NEW &amp; USED 97 Datsun Man SALES OR LEASING 1910 MODELS 280 ZX’s, KING CABS’ 310 GX’s, 200 SX Lowest Prices Financing available up to 60 mo. For information call: Al Garcia 721-7888 TED BLOCK DATSUN 16W E. GARVEY m. (where Gatvey Bhrd. &amp; A/usa meet) WEST COVINA 331-8241 1960 CHEVROLET linpala. $l,OOO 1972 BUCK Centurion $1,200. Excellent condition. 352-5293 ’67 FORD 2 DOOR Excellent condition. Air, electric windows, power, 8 track, new tires and good motor, 87M6W
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
TtrggrrrCTTE! Freight Outlets and Discount Groceries GROCERIES, FROZEN POOPS, DELI ITEMS, SUNDRIES, COSMETICS, FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, HARDWARE, STEREOS, Oirr ITEMS • COMPARE OUR PRICES &gt;‘A Some quantities are limited and we reserve the right to limit quantities sold - ALL SALE ITEMS LIMITED TO STOCK ON HAND - WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Prices Effective Thurs., March 27; Fri., March 28; Sat., March 29; and Sun., March 30 TRUCKLOAD^ ctOC* V)P prct s I SALE! NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS M CAL-MAID 25 % OFF UR LOW SHELF PRICE 4E t ry KELLOGG'S, POST, QUAKER; RALSTON, GENERAL MILLS, NABISCO. SPRINGFIELD iBRKAKFAST CEREALS All SIZES &amp; VARIETIES IUtCiS 1 Suit HtILTWW M® rm sb 59 c Juice Sale No Limit-While Supplies Last 1,000 CASES CAL-MAID PPLE JUICE 6/6 OZ. CANS SUPERMARKET PRICE 6/51.59 sr CANS I FOR m * JUST ARRIVED! NEW SHIPMENT MAJOR BRANDS FROZEN VEGETABLES TRENCH , * CUT ‘ 9 Or. Pkg Supermarket Price 49* each 4STOR BRAND 10 0l Pkg. Supermarket Price 79‘ e...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
BELVEDERE CITIZEN Serving Belvedere Since 1934 — Spanish language section L (Page A3) The Only Newspaper Publishing Belvedere District News seccion en esponol (PaginaA3) 47TH YEAR- -NO 13 3S9OE FIRST STREET. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90063 WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26, 1980 PHONE 264-1 431 16 PAGES 1 5c PER ISSUE 50c PER MONTH Eastside Jf Journal - ■ Spanish language section (Page A3) 46TH YEAR- -NO. 1 3 3590 E. FIRST STREET. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90063 DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THIS COMMUNITY . Boyle Heights City Terrace Ramona Gardens Wyvernwood Hollenbeck Heights WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1980 secdon en esponol (Pagina A3) PHONE 264-1431 16 PAGES 15c PER ISSUE 50c MONTHLY
Water, power rate hikes predicted [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Water, power rate hikes predicted A senior official of the department of water and power last week predicted rate increases of 88 percent for power and 118 percent for water over the next ten years. William Sathau, chief financial officer tor the DWP, said the first stage of the increase will be expected this year, with a water rate hike of 10 percent and a power rate increase of 6-7 percent likely to come by October. Sachau said the average monthly bill for water, which he said was $8 currently, would be going up to $17.50 by 1990. He said the cost of power per kilowatt hour to users would likely go up from 6 cents now to 11.25 cents in 1990; figuring the average user as 400 kilowatt hours a month, this would mean a monthly hike from $3O to $57.50. Sachau said the water rates have not been increased for three years, and the power rates haven’t gone up since ir rate restructuring was approved by the council in 1978. Sachau spoke, at a briefing arranged tor news media by the DWP, to ...
Honor policemen for safe driving [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Honor policemen for safe driving One hundred twentyseven members of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Hollenbeck Division will be honored Friday (Mar. 28.) for their professional safe driving records by the Automobile Club of Southern California. Darrell Merrell, manager of the Auto Club’s local district office, will present certificates to the officers at the Hollenbeck Youth Center, 2015 E. Ist. St., Los Angeles, at 3 p.m. The Hollenbeck Police Businessmen's Council will host the occasion. Among those attending the ceremonies will be Councilman Art Snyder, Police Commissioner Stephen Reinhardt and Police Chief Daryl F. Gates, as well as area and operations division commanders. ' “The Auto Club Is proud to recognize these officers for their excellent accident-free driving records while patrolling the streets of our area, and for their responsibility to the community,” Merrell said. 30 YEARS The awards range from 5 consecutive years without a preventable accident to a high of 30 a...
Funding to improve * courthouse supported [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Funding to improve * courthouse supported Supervisor Ed Edelman recently secured full Board approval in urging that adequate funds be included in the County’s 1980-61 Capita] Projects Budget for improvement of facilities at the East Los Angeles Courthouse, 4837 East Third Street. Edelman said that he has visited the courthouse and is disturbed by the overcrowded conditions in the public defenders’ space as well as in the jail facilities. “It is essential, despite budgetary ' constraints from Proposition 13 and any cuts which may come from Jarvis 11, that funds be provided in the upcomng budget to remedy these conditions as soon as possible,” Edelman said. “Our justice system is based on principles of fair treatment to protect the rights of all individuals. Those principles are threatened when the work of justice must be carried on in such inadequate physical facilities,” Edelman concluded. Edelman’s action instructs the County’s chief administrative officer and engineer facilities d...
Census forms due # ' V 1 ' to arrive Friday Must be returned April 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Census forms due \ # ' V 1 ' to arrive Friday Must be returned April 1 Census forms are due to arrive in homes across the country on Friday, as the nation’s estimated 22 million residents are asked to count themselves for purposes of the national enumeration. The forms are to be mailed back on Tuesday, April 1, with followup visits to be made by census workers to addresses where fdrms are not returned. Most residents will tie asked to answer a 19-item qUestionaire; about one in five will ask for additional information, with 46 questions. The census bureau was still in the process of recruiting workers to process the forms this week, with testing offered at various locales. Information on test sites can be obtained by calling 4858131. FULLCOUNT The census bureau is* making a special effort for a full count this year, after charges that minority groups, especially Hispanics, were undercounted in 1970 turned out to be correct. Census bureau spokespeople have cm phasized that the inform...
Pancake breakfast Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Pancake breakfast Sunday Members of the Belvedere Rotary Club" along with ‘guest pancake makers’ will flip flapjacks at the 29th annual community Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, Mar. 30 at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Hall, 3772 E. Third Sfceet in , East Los Angeles. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 a.m. till 12:30 noon with all residents in the community invited-to partake of the breakfast menu. Pancakes will be prepared by members of the Belvedere Rotary Club and guest pancake makers. Menu includes mouthwatering sausages, topped with tasty spread and syrup, delicious piping hot coffee and other goodies. Many community leaders, including some local judges and civic officials have been invited to don aprons and man spatulas and flip flap jacks as guest pancakemakers on Sunday, aecoridng to Richard Valdez, Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast chairman. “Everyone in the community is invited to join in this fun breakfast,” stated Henry C. Estrada, president of the Belvedere Rotary Club. “Por $1 ...
Says Edelman aide: County will pay justice center costs [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Says Edelman aide: County will pay justice center costs The County of Los Angeles would probably be able to pay the yearly operating costs of a Northeast Juvenile Justice Center, an aide to Supervisor Ed Edelman told Northeast Newspapers last week. Richard Lawrence said he wanted to clarify conflicting reports which had been aired about the county cutting back on its committment of funds to the project. Lawrence said Supervisor Edelman originally announced funding of $606,000 for the project, based on a service area of about 70 square miles. The funding, Lawrence said, represented existing county jobs which would be moved into the center. CUTBACK Then, the task force which was named to look into the establishment of the center proposed a cut- back in service area to 35 square miles which, said, reduced the amount of county funding which could be committed. Lawrence said the best estimates now are that the total cost of renovating the Eastlake Juvenile Hall and operating the center f...
Seniors program approved [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Seniors program approved The county and the state will join in funding a project by the East Los Angeles health task force to provide social services at home to elderly residents in the county portions of the eastside. Joining with the Board of Supervisors in funding the project is the State Health and Welfare Agency’s department of aging. The East Los Angeles Multipurpose Senior Services project will be one of eight sites within California ...which . will provide single access to community health and social services as well as outreach to elderly persons who can receive assistance at home. Any person 75 years of age or older is eligible. In some cases, persons over 65 could also be eligible, but they must qualify for Medi-Cal and meet one of other criteria. Interviews will be conducted by a nurse practinner, a case manager and a case aide to identify services necessary to enable elderly persons to
Students compete for awards [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Students compete for awards Seven East Los Angeles top rated high school seniors were named by their school's last week to compete for up to $2OOO In cash awards int he Bank of America’s 32nd annual “Achievement Awards” program. Semi-final judging is scheduled for Thursday, Mar. 27 and the finals will be held Apr. 30 at the Los Angeles Hilton and the I .os Angeles Bonavcnture Hotels, Local high school students and their categories include Rita Gandara, Garfield, fine arts; Jaime Pacheco, Roosevelt, vocational arts;
DA to rule on Snyder accident i [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
DA to rule on Snyder accident i The district attorney’s office will decide this week whether to file charges against Councilman Arthur K. Snyder following an auto accident in Boyle Heights early Monday morning, Snyder was driving eastbound on Brooklyn Ave. near Mott St. at 12:45 a.m. Monday when he rearended a car driven by Sergio Montes, 18, In a statement released by his office, Snyder said, "I called the police to the scene to prepare an accident report. I advised them that I had had some wine with dinner just previously, and voluntarily submitted to a routine breathalizer test, whereupon 1 was released. “I presume there will be no further action, since I most certainly was not intoxicated.” k . Snyder spokesman said the councilman suffered a severe concussion, and cancelled appointments Monday and Tuesday. He declined a doctor's suggestion of hospitalization. There were two passengers in each of the cars; Snyder was riding with a 30-year.-old woman and a 40-year-old man. neither...
Music scholarship winners [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Music scholarship winners Fifteen Area 6 students were awarded $l5O scholarships to study with a private teacher by the Los Angeles City Elementary Schools Music Association. Local winners included Corina Lopez, Patricia Navarro, Marivell Morales. Gustavo Rodriguez, Teresa Ramirez, Elizabeth Rivera, Sandra Lee, Heiji Morishita, Jesus Urias, Angela Tsiang, Hubert Chow, Tommy Dinh, Chung Joan Lee, Alberto Garcia and Arturo Herrera.
Roosevelt Rough Rider Round-Up [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Roosevelt Rough Rider Round-Up Even though the weather man was not cooperative totally, never the less the Roosevelt Carnival held last Friday, Saturday and Sunday was a smashing success. The popular rides were the major attraction for thousands of kids, students and even parents. In the last four years the carnival has been held, this year’s carnival had the t|est rides according to many of the carnival goers. The most popular booths were once again the dunking booth and the balloon bust. Many of the clubs who share the profits , for the booths and who ran them on a voluntary basis were actively drumming up business for their booths. It was a beautifully organized and well planned operation. Many of the faculty members at Roosevelt were present to devote their time and energy to help in running the carnival and because of it the carnival turned out to be such a success. Our thanks to all the students, sponsors, faculty members, administration, and supporting organizations such as t...
Display art of Indian students [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Display art of Indian students A collection of art works produced by many of the 4000 Indian students in the Los Angeles Unified School District will be on display at the Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center auditorium, 1200 N. State St., through March 27. The works, representing close to 100 different tribes, were produced by students in 77 district schools under the Indian Education Program. This is a specially funded program to provide Indian children with special "education aid including cultural awareness. Represented in the display will be paintings, sculpture, bead work, leather work, sand art, bone work, silver and 'turquoise jewelry and a variety of dolls wearing Indian costumes. Most of the work exemplifies the art of the Southwest and Plains Indians tribes, which are most numerous in the schools. Entertainment will be provided daily and at a reception from 7 to 10 p.m. March 25 by the Gajaa Heen Indian dancers of Sitka, Alaska.
Census topic for TV show [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Census topic for TV show A major campaign has been launched by S.I.N. (Spanish International Network) and it’s affiliate KMKXTV Channel 34, to get the Hispanic communities all over the eountry to be counted in the 1980 census. A musical event has been scheduled to air on Saturday, April sth, live, from coast to coast, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. (PST) and tape delay in Los Angeles on Channel 34 from 9:30 to 11:00 p.m. that same day. The program entitled “Censo, Y Celcbridadcs” will originate from the Cocoanut Grove in L.A.’s Ambassador Hotel and will be hosted by “Charo.” Many Hispanic personalities from television, theater and cinema have been invited to participate in this special public service event. The stars will familiarize the public with the census questionnaires and instruct them step-by-step on bow to fill them out.