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GOLDEN APPLE TORTE [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
GOLDEN APPLE TORTE 2 cups flour Mi cup sugar 2 taps, baking powder - Dash salt V 4 cup butter, softened legg 2 tbsps. cold water 5 medium Golden Delicious apples Juice of *4 lemon - % cup raisins Vi cup sugar 2 tbsps. flour 1 tsp. cinnamon Sift together the two cups of flour with one one-half cup sugar, the baking powder and salt. With fingers, blend in the butter, egg and water until the dough bolds together. Chill one-third of the dough. Pat the remaining dough on the bottom and halfway up the sides of a greased nine-inch springform pan. Bake at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes. Peel, core and slice the apples. Toss them with the lemon Juice and the raisins. Mil the one-third cup sugar with the two tablespoons flour and the cinnamon. Toss the mixture with the apples. Turn them into the prepared crust Roll out the chilled reserved dough and cut it into one-half-inch strips. Arrange them in a lattice over the apples, sealing them to the edges of the baked pastry. Bake the torte at 3...
GOLDEN APPLE SAUCE [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
GOLDEN APPLE SAUCE 8 large Golden Delicious apples V 4 cup water Vi cup sugar m* tap. nutmeg Dash cinnamon 1 tsp. grated lemon zest (colored part of peel) Quarter and core the apples. Place them In a large kettle. Add the water and simmer until the apples are lender, 15 to 20 minutes, put the mixture through a food mill or sieve. Add the sugar, spices and lemon zest. Makes about five and onehalf cups. SPICY APPLE SAUCE CAKE V 4 cup oil Mi cup granulated sugar Vi cup brown sugar
Cabbage Saute healhful dish [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Cabbage Saute healhful dish 1 large head cabbage, cut rather fine but not shredded 1 clove garlit 4 tbsps. oil or bacon fat Salt, pepper, paprika In large heavy pan, heat oil very hot with the garlic clove. Put in the cabbage and cook on rather high heat, turning constantly until cabbage is just wilted and still crisp and green. Remove garlic before serving. Season with salt and pepper and sprinkle with paprika. From the “Queen Mary Cook Book." Basketry has been found among all primitive peoples and is one of the oldest of arts. y
Page A6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
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Media students visit seminal [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Media students visit seminal Garfield’s Radlod/Television Media students were guests last week at The California Museum of Science and Industry's "World of Communications,'’ presented by The Muses. The tnany college and high school students were welcomed in the first seminar by William J. MCCann, Museum Director, who introduced a witty and charming, Dr. Richard Byren of the Annenterg School . of Communications at USC. Dr. Byme, easily the most entertaining and interesting speaker of the day, gave the young people many anecdote and entralled them with a Jargen that was truly down, to the point and very grooved. Finishing the morning program were John Heath of AT &amp; T and James Krcnck of the Petersen Publishing Company. After the delightful lunch break, Disneyland speakers, Tom Davis, Darrell Metzger and Joanne Young,spoke 'Of the opportunities in the outdoor recreation and entertainment field, with a strong emphasis for youth to investigate the opportunities that await the...
Domingos Alegres begins sth season [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Domingos Alegres begins sth season Supervisor Ed Edelman has invited County residents to the fifth annual “Domingos Alegres” (Happy Sundays), a series of cultural programs featuring musical performances by well-known Hispanic entertainers, on selected Sundays at Belvedere Park’s amphitheatre, 5019 East Third Street in East Los Angeles. The scries, which is free to the public, will continue on alternate Sundays through March of next year. The next performance, set for Sunday, April 6, from 2 to 5 p.m., will feature singers Alberto i Roman and Javier Gon- ■ zalez. Also appearing will 1 be rock groups El 1 Triangulo and . Cielo, i singers Myra Silva, Celia i Nieto, and Marino Padella, comics Humberto and Jose, the Mariachi America, Balet Floricanto, and Morgan the Magician. TOPTALENT Each three-hour program headlines topname Hispanic talent from Mexico and throughout Latin At: uica, as well as oulotanding local performers. A diverse range of entertainment, including traditional folklor...
Garfield class plans reunion [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Garfield class plans reunion The Garfield High School class of winter and summer 1960 will be holding their 20 years reunion on July 26. Reunion will be held at the Industry flUls Exhibit and 5eSSf*S(5 (SHKf? njthe city of Industry. For ticket information and reservations, write to Garfield High School Reunion, Class of 1960, P.O. Box 2591, Los Angeles 90051, or call Joe Garcia at 868-3591, or Melinda Medina at 692-4484.
First car track races [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
First car track races America’s first • motorvehicle track races were run Sept. 7, 1896, at Narragansett. Park in Cranston, R.I. Seven vehicles were entered; two electrics and five Duryeas, but two of the latter were disqualified. A Riker Electric Stanhope won all five one-mile heats. Its average for the first mile was 26.8 mph. The cars were so slow that spectators yelled, "Get' a horse!”
Page A7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
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Page A8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
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With Your Servicemen [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
With Your Servicemen TIBUHCIO MARTINEZ FORT RILEY, Kan. (AHINC) Spec. 4 Miguel A. Martinez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tiburdo Martinez, 1112 S. Vancouver Ave., East Los Angeles, recently completed the Primary Leadership Course at Fort Riley, Kan. The course develops leadership, supervisory and managerial skills appropriate to shop or. office environments for soldiers who have been selected by their commanders as having potential to become, or advance as, noncommissioned officers. Martinez is a clerk with the Ist Miliatary Intelligence Battalion. A 1973 graduate of Montebello High School, he entered the Army In June 1973. His wife, Julia, is with him near the fort. ANTONIO LOZANO Antonio Lozano, son of Mr. and Mrs. Agustin Lozano, 510 S. Eastern Blvd., Los Angeles, recently was promoted to Army specialist four upon completion of the Band Instrumentalist Course at the UJS. Army Element, School of Music, Norfolk, Va. The appointing orders for this promotion stated “....The Secretary of the A...
Candidate for CYO queen contest [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Candidate for CYO queen contest The CYO Brownson House announced that Maria Nidia Almeida, 18, of Los Angeles, is a candidate in the 1980 Miss CYO Teen Queen Contest. A senior at Sacred Heart High School, Maria is A.S.B. President. She also holds the office of president for “A Touch of Class,” the Brownson House C.Y.O. Teen Club which she represents in the contest. In addition to her duties as treasurer of El Club de Ninas del Este de Los Angeles, she volunteers time to teach folklorieo dancing and drill team. In other spare lime she volunteers at the Mental Health Service Center. FLIER Her first love, however, is flying. Maria is currently enrolled in flight training classes. Upon graduation from high school she plans to attend Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and eventually become an international commercial airline pilot. The annual Teen Queen Bail, to be held on Friday, April 18, from 8 p.m. to 1 a m. at the Bonaventure Hotel, will hohor Maria and more than twenty-five other...