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Page B1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Eastside Journal Belvedere Citizen Bast bos Angeles Business Directory Your Guide To The Finest Services And Merchandise Values N INCOME TAX SERVICE Adelaida Alvarez is one of those remarkable Ladies that combines home, career and family life and makes it look easy. She is conducting her business life in a most successful and accomplished manner. She operates an office offering Income Tax Service, in addition provides many community services, Notary Public, translations documents as well as bookkeeping services. She also finds time for her home and family, her eight children and her husband, Jesus Alvarez. Ms. Alvarez’ office is located at 4952 E. Whittier Blvd. offering the many services in both Spanish and English. She has been doing her income tax work, translations, bookkeeping services for a number of years with great success. She was raised in Guadalajara and completed her early schooling there. She worked at a very young age in the bookkeeping department of Ferroearriles del ...
Page B1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
BAIL BONDS ... TRAVEL ... One of the busiest, liveliest Bail Bond firms operating in Los Angeles goes under the name of Bca Hernandez, a vivacious community-minded lady and equally progressive firm. Originally started by Ms. Hernandez in 1973, she runs three offices, one in East L.A. at 4662'-2 E. Third St. in downtown L.A. at 312 W. Fourth St. and her valley office at 13672 Van Nuys Blvd. in Pacoima. The East L.A. office is under the watchful guidance of her son Michael, a graduate of Northeast L.A.’s Franklin High School and Occidental College. Ms. Hernandez still remembers when she wrote her first bond operating out of her Hamburger Stand at 3rd and Ford Blvd., an area where she made many friends. Bail bonds are a very competitive field and being a woman and being a bail bond agent makes it even mor'e difficult. However patience, hard work and diligence plus that little extra touch of service has made Ms. Hernandez very successful in the business. She offers all her clients perso...
Palm Sunday Eastertide Meditations [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Palm Sunday Eastertide Meditations By John Mosqueda “If any man is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink” (John 7:37). The recent rains left our California communities well stocked with water. Nevertheless, there is a great thirst in our land today. I am talking, of course, about spiritual thirst. And what better time to discuss that subject than NOW, when Easter is only a little more than a week away? Friends, Jesus loves you. He loves you VERY much! And He wants you to love Him in return. In fact, He created you for that very purpose! He knows that you can never find true happiness until you love Him and worship Him as the God of ymrlife. Unfortunately, many of us try .to quench our spiritual thirst by turning to gods that are not really gods at all. We turn to material things, we turn to money, we turn to illicit pleasure, we seek new experiences yet, our spiritual thirst remains. We continue to feel empty Inside. Why? Because there is a huge vacuum there, and only ONE element ca...
Final rites for pioneer resident [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Final rites for pioneer resident Final rites for pioneer community resident, Mrs. Carmen Rodriguez, were held at Lady of Lourdes Church, 3772 E. Third on Wednesday, March 19 at 9 a.m. Requiem Mass. A recitation of the Rosary was held Tuesday night at Veiga-Robison Mortuary Chapel, 3601 E. First St. Ms. Rodriguez died March 14, at a local hospital. A native of Arizona, she was bom in Yuma on May 18, 1886 and as 93.years old at her passing. She came from Arizona to Los Angeles in 1923 and had been a resident of Belvedere for 56 years. She had many friends in the area and was active for many years with several community groups. Survivors are daughter Carmelita Rodriguez, sons Henry and Louis Rodriguez and three grandchildren, all of Los Angeles. Also surviving are sister Mrs. Herminia M. Lorona, and a brother Nacho Mejia of Yuma. CARMEN RODRIGUEZ
Salesian fashion show set Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Salesian fashion show set Saturday Salesian high school will be holding their annual fashion show at the Huntington Sheraton Hotel on Saturday, March 29. Social hours will be from 11 a.m. to 12 noon; luncheon at 12 noon with fashions at 1 pin. Master of ceremonies will be Danny Mora, who has appeared in the series of "Chico &amp; the Man.” This is to benefit Salesiaft Boy's Club and Salesian High School. Good seating is still available. For tickets call Vickie Arias at 261-7124 or 262-5780 or call Ann Segura at The Boys Club, 263-7519. Special limitation are made to the wues of the alumni.
Mexican TV personality to raise funds for Plaza [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Mexican TV personality to raise funds for Plaza Mexican television personality Raul Velasco will present a special benefit presentation of his television variety show “Siempre En Domingo” for Plaza de Raza Cultural Education Center, announced executive director Minnie Santillan. The special performance, which will be Videotaped for broadcast over the Televisa Spanishlanguage television network, will be held at East Los Angeles College’s Ingalls Auditorium on April 14 beginning at 7:00 p.m. “Siempre En Domingo” (seen on Sundays in Los Angeles over KMEX, Channel 34) broadcast to an audience of more than 35 million in Latin America, Canada, and the United States. The name of the program to be taped in Los Angeles is “Mexico Magia y Encuentro” (Mexico Magic and Encounter”). BUILDING FUND , Proceeds from- ticket sales Will go to the bttlldtng; fund for the construction of Plaza De La Raza ’s Ruben Salazar Bicentennial Building, which is scheduled for completion in 1981, in time for the o...
OK joint funding for Eastern Ave. [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
OK joint funding for Eastern Ave. Supervisor Ed Edelman has announced County approval of agreements with the State Department of Transportation and the City of Commerce for construction of an Eastern Avenue underpass under the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company tracks. Edelman said his office has worked with the City of Commerce for the past three years to obtain Joint funding for the project. Under the terms of the agreements, the County will administer construction and will pay for part of the construction costs, along withs the City and State. The cost of the project is expected to be over $2 million. “This project will increase safety and eliminate lengthy delays at the present crossing on this important Master Plan Highway in the City of Commerce,’’ Edelman remarked. 2 PHASES He explained that the project will be constructed in two phases. The first phase of the project, which is already under construction and scheduled to be completed in May, involves relocating the...
Page B2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
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Page B2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
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Page B2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
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Page B2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
PUBLIC NOTICES (Belvedere Citizen) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MARCH 18. IMI DEPT. OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL 93M FLAIR DR. SUITE ZM EL MONTE, CA 91711 To Whom It May Concern: Subject to Issuance of the license applied for, notice is hereby given that the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic beverages at the premises, described as follows: 3909 Whittier Boulevard. Los Angeles. CA 90023. Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned is applying to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for Issuance of an alcoholic beverage license (or licenses) for these premises as follows: ON SALE BEER-FOOD. (Name of Applicant) HERRERA, Serafmß. It Ana V. Pub.; Mar. 26, 1960. (Belvedere Citizen—Bo-11745) FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person is doing business as; BE BE CREATIONS. 2664 Lee Ave , El Monte, CA 91733. Jesse Barajas, 3t13 Del Mar Ave., Rosemead, CA 91770. This business is conducted by an individual Signed Jesee Barajas This...
Page B2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
PUBLIC NOTICES (Eastside Journal—N9llB2. NOTICE OP FILING ASSESSMENT FOR THB IMPROVEMENT Of PICO BOULEVARD AND LORENA STREET I AMD OTHER STREETS I IN THE CITY OP LOG ANGELES. UNDER ORDINANCE OF INTENTION NO. Hi, 781 AND OF THE TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING APPEALS AS TO SAID IMPROVEMENT AND ASSESSMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on Friday, March 7.1980, the Board of Public Works of the City of Lofl Angeles, having made an assessment to cover the sum due for the work performed and specified In the contract made in a proceeding token under the Improvement Act of 1811 and Sms. 6.1 - 8.15 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code for the improvement of Pico Boulevard and Lorena Street lighting District ATI-79833, CD. 14 in said Qty under Ordinance of Intention No. 130,781 adopted April 17, 1978, filed said assessment with the CUy Clerk of said Qty. The Board of Public Works will bold a public hearing with property owners or other interested persona on Wednesday, April. 16, 1960, at 10:00 o’clo...
Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
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Webb pitcher fans 12; beats Pacific [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Webb pitcher fans 12; beats Pacific Webb High's Gauls scored one run each in the sixth and seventh innings to defeat visiting Pacific Christian, 2-1, in a CIF-Southcrn Section nonleague baseball game on Friday afternoon in Claremont. « The Panthers will be idle until Saturday morning when Pacific Christian opens first round action in the Maranatha Tournament. Toumanment play begins at Arcadia Park with Pacific Christian meeting Newport Christian at 10 .g.m. Mitch Poole hurled five shutout innings and held a 1-0 lead when the Gauls finally got on the scoreboard on an RBI single by first baseman Carl Curtis in the bottom of the sixth. Curtis was three-for-three for the afternoon. Webb ended the game with one out in the seventh when winning pitcher Mike Alvarez, who scored the tying run, smashed an RBI double to drive third baseman Dave DiConso across home plate. Alvarez struck out 12 and walked just one on the mound and finished the afternoon with a pair of doubles in four appearences...
Castellanos' triple leads Tigers, 81-19 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Castellanos' triple leads Tigers , 81-19 Lincoln won 10 of the 11 events contested as the Tigers scored an 8119 Northern League girls dual track and field win over visiting Wilson Friday. The Lincoln girls travel to NL title favorite Eagle Rock, while Wilson hosts Huntington Park. Both meets begin with field events at 2 p.m. Marcella Castellanos won three events - the 220 ( 29.5), 440 ( 66.8) and 880 ( 2:33.5) - in the top individual effort for the Tiger girls. Beatrice Solis added wins in the 110 low hurdles (19.0) and the long jump (14-1) for the Tigers, who four of the 11 total events. Wilson at Lincoln Girls 100 - L. Garcia fL). 13.0; S. Garcia (L). 13.4; Olaau (Wi. 13.7 220 • Castellanos (Li.,29.5; L Garda (L), 30.2; Reyes (Ll. 30.3. 440 • Castellanos (1.1. 66.8; Keyes fL), 70.2; Garcia (W I. 74.4. 880 - Castellanos fL), 2.33.5; Calvo.(L), 2;33.fi; Perez fL). 2 43.9. MILE - Calvo (L). 5:54.1; Perez fid. 5.57 1; Rivera (L). 5 58.8. TWO MIL JE. - Perez fL). Nt; Rivera (L). Nt; He...
Cards roll by Saints [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Cards roll by Saints Mike Ixipez ran away with the 220 and Vie Vargas won three individual events as Cantwell rolled to a 83-44 dual track and field win over visiting St, Anthony last Wednesday afternoon. Cantwell hosts crosstown rival Salesian tomorrow afternoon beginning at 3; 15 p.m. Lopez won the 220 in a seasonal best 22.7, nearly a full second better then second place finisher Paul Dominguez at 23,5. Vargas won the 330 low hurdles (4L2), the long jump (194) and the triple jump (38-4) and came within a hair of winning as fourth event when he finished second in the 120 highs to Chris Martinez. Both runners clocked 16.4. Ross Rivera won the pole vault with a season best of 13-feet, with Gino Garcza third at 12-fcet, St. Anthony at Cantwell Varsity 100 - Kruzienga (Cl, 10 5; Malonco iSA I, 10 8; F. Rivera (Cl, 11 1. 220 - Lopez id. 22.7; Dominguez (5Ai,23.5; Kruzfenga (C). 236 440 - Domlngucz (SA), 55.0; Guzman (C 1,56.4; Javier (SA), 56.5.. 880- Hew (C). 2:06 5; Ixipez (C). 2:07....
Downey sets registration [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Downey sets registration Sign-ups arc now being accepted far the baseball program at Downey Recreation Center, 1772 N. Spring St. The registration period will continue daily through April 5. Boys and girls 9-14 years of age can take part in the baseball league at Downey Playground for a fee of $8 per player which includes the costs of caps and socks and trophies. Uniforms will be provided by the park for use during games. All ages are determined as of Jan. 1,1980 and teams will be divided into American League (9-101, National league (11-12) and Junior League (13-14). Baseball fundamentals clinics will be held at the park April 7-11 and tryouts arc set for April 12 when everyone must be present. Ail players who register wiil t bc placed on teams. The league will begin in early Mary and continue through June. Games will be played once during the week and on Saturdays at the playground. Coaches and umpires are also needed and further information can be obtained by calling the center at...