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Vaqs beat VC again [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Vaqs beat VC again Two ex-Eagle Rock High tennis players, Steve Watts and Steve Miller, each scored singles victories to lead Glendale College to a 62 win over Ventura College. Glendale is now 63 overall and 5-1 in Western States Conference action. Watts defeated Ernie Alamillo 6-3,4-6. 7-8 winning the tie breaker after the final set was deadlocked at 4-4, while Miller dumped Frank McCarthy in straight sets, 6-1 and 6 1. In doubles matches, Miller and Jimmy Tasker defeated Alamillo and Jeff Valdez, 6-0 and 62, while Watts and Gary Wood were beaten by Dave Russell and Tyler Corse, 76,67,67. Glendale hosted Moorpark yesterday and travels to LA. Trade Tech oh Thursday. Glendale at Ventura Singles Tasker fO&gt; def. Valdez fV); 6-4.6-3. Woods fG f def. Corse I V): 1-6,6-3,7-5. Russell (VI def. Bilker (G): 6-4,6-3. Watts fG) def. Alamillo (V). 6-3,‘4-6.7-6. Miller fG) def McCarthy fV&gt;: 6-1,6-1. Gallagher fGI def. Dietz f V): 6-4,6-2. SAFE AT THE PLATE — Lincoln High's ...
1 ER girls capture NL track opener [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
1 ER girls capture NL track opener Gina Garafano was first in two individual events and ran on both winning relay teams as Eagle Rock scored a 48-25 victory over host Franklin Friday afternoon in an abbreviated Northern League girls track and field meet. Eagle Rock is at home against Uncoln, while Franklin will entertain Marshall in two conference meets scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. Field events get underway at 2 p.m. with the first races set for 2:30 p.m. at both meets. Garafano won the 100 (11.7) and long jump (15-5), while tcamming with Cindy Reed, Norma Sanchez and Patti Jew for first in the 880 medley relay (2:08.8) and with Kirsten Carpenter, Gina Barili and Sanchez to win the 440 relay (53.0). Kelli Jorgensen won the h® h jump at 5-4 in another top performance for the Eagles, No competition was held in the 220, two mile, 110 low hurdles or mile relay because of rain and no plans were made for the meet to be continued at a later date. Eagle Rock at Franklin Girls 100 • Gar...
Gebur hurls Mules past Eagles, 6-3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Gebur hurls Mules past Eagles, 6-3 Pitcher Kenny Gebur went the distance fanning s even and allowing no walks to lead Wilson’s Mules to a 6-3 win overt previously unbeaten Eagle Rock last Thursday afternoon. Wilson closes out the first round of Northern League baseball action this afternoon when the Mules travel to San Pascual Park to meet Franklin’s Panthers. The first pitch is scheduled for 2;30p.m. Wilson, coasting along with a comfortable 6-0 going into the top half of the seventh inning, committed five errors to allow all three Eagle Rock runs to cross the plate. Gebur, now 2-0 after the win, allowed three hits to the Eagles, one each to Jim and Gary Miller and one to Adam Walker. , John Lopez collected two hits for the Mules, including an RBI double, while Robert Curiel, Danny Santillan, Luna, Vargas and Gebur combined for Wilson’s seven hits. Cathcher Mike Manliguis, Santlllan and Gebur each had stolen bases for Wilson, while Gary Miller had Eagle Rock’s lone theft. In other ...
WHS whips host LHS [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
WHS whips host LHS ■ s'*■ ini / v '*' ■■"^■BjfflFi : '^B^^ ::&gt; ' y ■ 8 Sprinter Danny Deßossi won both the 100 and 220 and anchored the Mules 440 relay team to a win as Wilson scored a 73-40 victory over Lincoln Friday afternoon on the Tigers home oval. Wilson will be at home tomorrow afternoon against Belmont, while lincoln travels to Eagle Rock. First events are set to begin at 2:30 p.m. Deßossi edged Lincoln's Eritf Mercado at the tape to win the 100 in 10.7 and came back to lead a one-two sweep of the 220 in 23.3. He teammed with Angel Zaragosa, Eddie Cardoza and Robert Calderon as the Mules 440 relay quartet hit the tape in 45.7. Wilson’s Mules won all of the flat races the 100, 220, 440, 880, mile and two mile as well as three of the four field events contested-.' No competition was held in the mile relay or triple jump because of rain. Wilson at Uncoil)' Varsity 100-Deßossi IWI, 10 7; E, Mercado 11,1, 10 7; Calderon iWI, 10 9, 220 - JXRossi iWi, 29 3; Calderon iWI,...
Hurdles sweep signals Eagle Rock rout, 47-12 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Hurdles sweep signals Eagle Rock rout, 47-12 Martin Quintero led a pweep of the high hurdles and the Eagles went on to win five of the next six events before rain forced a cancellation of the remainder of the meet as Eagle Rock toppled Franklin, 47-12, Friday in Northern league track and field action. The Eagles host Uncoln tomorrow afternoon, while Franklin entertains Marshall. Both meets begin at 2:30 p.m. with running_events, Quintero clocked 16.2 to win the 120 high hurdles With Frank Strong second at 16.3 and Rudy Quintero third in 16.5. It was all down hill from (here for Eagle Rock as Chris Stewart won the shot put (48-BMi) to lead a sweep, Jay Burden won the 880 ( 2:10.7), Juan Navarro won the king Jump (19-IMO and Robert HpJlijjgpygrJ* S won the mile _ Eagle Rock also won the 440 relay with Strong, Cliff Quan, Scott Ross, Navarro combining for a 45.4 effort. Franklin's Clinton Hess won the 100 yard dash, the only other event contested, at 10.5. Eagle Rock, at Franklin Varsi...
Almodovar tops WHS [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Almodovar tops WHS Ralph Pena tripled with the bases loaded in the top of the third inning as Marshall handed Wilson a 4-1 loss Monday in a Northern League baseball make-up game on the Mules home diamond. The loss was the first this season for Wilson and dropped the Mules to 3-1 going into today’s first round , finale against Franklin at San Pascual Park at 2:30 p.m. ... Marshall, now_M with the final inning of a protest game remaining against Belmont, is at home against Eagle Rock to close out the first round today at 3 p.m. Marshall’s David Almodovar limited Wilson to just tour hits and one run, striking out 11 and allowing only one walk. The Banisters collected eight hits off of Wilson’s Eddie Pacheco, the losing pitcher. Pena, Marshall’s third baseman, was two-for-three at the plate with three RBIs to break a 1-1 deadlock, while Almodovar was one-for-two, scoring twice.
Shrine names -.onosaiua hob Baudot Southcoaehes [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Shrine names -.onosaiua hob Baudot Southcoaehes Pete Yoder of Esperarfta and Venice’s A 1 Dellinger have been name£ cb-coaches of the South team for th« 29th annual Shrine All-Star Football Game set for Friday night, July 18, , at the Rose Bowl in Pasaden?. Yoder steered Es()cranza to the CIF-Southern Section’s Central Conference title last season in his fifth year at the Aztecs helm. He pcrviously led Pasadena’s Blair High to the CIF 4A title in 1969. His Blair team set a Southern Section single season team scoring record with 580 points. In between his high school coaching stints, Yoder served as an assistant coach at USC and as the head football coach at Cal State Fullerton : Yoder played in the 1958 Shrine all-star game after quarterbacking Downey High to back-to-back CIF titles in 1956 and 1957 as a prep. Two of his best known players at Blair running backs James McAlister and Kermit Johnson went on to star at UCLA and later to professional football careers. Dellinger's Venice ...
Softballers win in 7th [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Softballers win in 7th Franklin scored the deciding run in the top of the seventh inning to hand host Roosevelt a 7-6 City-East League softball defeat Monday afternoon at Whittier Narrows. , The Panther girls meet Garfield today at 3 p.m. at Highland Park Playground. Debbie Angulo got the win for the Panthers coming on in relief of starter Michelle Ackerman in the first inning. Franklin, trailing 4-0 in the first inning, scored three runs in the second, two in the third and one each In the fifth and seventh. Ackerman, who traded positions witKJHhgulo and went to first base, finished the game, with three hits in three at hats, scored three times and had one RBI; , while centerfielder Annette Robinson was three-tor-four scored three runs with a RBI and a triple. Donna Hernandez was two-for-three, scoring twice and driving in two more runs; Sandy Graham was two-for-thrce with three stolen bases, a run and one RBlf and Angulo was two-for-four with a tun and’or)? RBI.
Learn to swim week at Montebello Y [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Learn to swim week at Montebello Y “The best time to start developing good health habits is when one Is young." That’s one reason why the Montebello-East L.A. Family YMCA Is offering a special, five-day leam-to-swim program for the youngsters ages 3-5 and grades 1-8 Steve Reynolds P.E. Director of the Y, said today. Classes will begin Monday, March 31 and continue through Friday, April 4. "Swimming is one of the finest of all exercises, bringing into play every important muscle in the body,” Reynolds said. "It also has the advantage of , being a sport one can begin - at an early age and continue just about all one's life.” In the Y’s special leam-to-swim program, the young participants will be Introduced to the water, taught fundamentals of breathing, floating, swimming strokes and safety practices. Reynolds pointde out that the classes are open to boys and girls, members and non-members. The teachers are trained YMCA instructors, using the most modem leam-to-swim techniques. After ...
Dr. Karpman renamed to commission [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Dr. Karpman renamed to commission Dr. Benjamin Karpman, a general medical practitioner in East Los Angeles for 32 years, has been renamed to the Los Agneles County Hospital Commission by Supervisor Ed Edelman. Dr. Karpman, a Fairfax area resident, received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy from the University of Southern California, his Doctor of Osteopathy from the Osteopathic College of Physicians .and Surgeons,, and bia. ofedioaL de*reeS from the 'Calif onuaCoUege of Medicine. He is a member of the County, State, and American Medical Associations and is Chairman of the Medical Rights Committee of the American Civil liberties Union.
Senior Center News [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Senior Center News The International SeniorPurpose Center, 2910 Whittier Blvd. is sponsoring a free trip to KTTV Television Studios on Tuesday, April 3, to see the life taping of “Facts of Life" the bus will leave at 1 p in. and return at 4 p.m. For more Information call the center at 283-7375. A free breast cancer prevention clinic is being offered on Tuesday, April 3 at 10 a.m. at the International Senior MultiPurpose Center, 2910 Whittier Blvd. in cooperation with the White Memorial Medical Center. For more Information call 263-7375. The International Senior Multi-Purpose Center, 2910 Whittier Blvd. will began a hew class oh Arts &amp; Craft starting Monday, April 7. For more details and registration slip please call the Center at 263-7375.
Business counseling offered [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Business counseling offered A free bi lingual (counseling service for Salt Los Angeles area small business men and women will begin operation on a once a week basis under the Joint sponsorship of the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Greater East Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber has agreed to provide the facility for the project and the Service' Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), an SBA sponsored organization, will provide the counselors. “The sendee will be available from 9 a.m. to noon every Wednesday,” Manny Berkowltz, Acting Los Angeles District SBA Director, said. Berkowitz pointed out that the SCORE program' is designed to provide tree counseling to small entrepreneurs by retired managers and owners of successful businesses. The counselors are all volunteers and donated their time. Armando Moreno, Jr., President of the Greater East Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, said his organization will maintain an appointment book for counseling at his office. He sa...
Paula Castenda runs for CYO Teen Queen [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Paula Castenda runs for CYO Teen Queen Our Lady of Lourdes announced that Paula Monique Castaneda, of Los Angeles, is a candidate in the 1980 Miss CYO Teen Queen Contest sponsored by the Catholic Youth Organization. Paula, 19, is a graduate of Garfield High School and has been involved as a C.C.D. tutor and in her church choir and teen club. She represents the group Acclon Social in the contest. The 34th Annual Teen Queen Ball, to be held at the Bonaventure Hotel on Friday, April 18, from 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m., will honor Paula and more than twenty-five other young women.
Los Padrinos will assist in egg hunt [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Los Padrinos will assist in egg hunt If the Bunny fails to provide Easter Eggs tor over 300 Ramona Gardens youngsters to hunt this Saturday morning at Fletcher Park in El Monte, Los Padrinos members will —l5OO dozen of the treats. Los Padrinos’ Los Angeles Chapter, a nonprofit service organization of Pacific Telephone employees, is hosting , the Easter Egg Hunt for the eighth year. Some 75 members are . participating. But 50 dozen of the colored eggs that the children seek didn't come that way. They were basic white until 35 Los Padrinos men and women spent their off-hours boiling and . dyeing them all the colors of the rainbow. “The remaining 100 dozen will be candy-filled plastic ones,” says Bob DeLeon, event chairperson. “There will be 1,800 mixed eggs about six per child hidden around the park." Aside from the annual Hunt, the organization has bought, wrapped and distributed Christmas gifts for East Los Angeles children for nearly a decade. It also provides baskets and dinners f...
Ford workers eligible for trade assistance [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
Ford workers eligible for trade assistance The U.S. Department of Labor said all former employees of Ford Motor Company's assembly plant in Pico Rivera are eligible to apply for trade adjustment assistance under the Trade Act. The Labor Department said some 1670 workers who produced Ford LTD’s and Thunderbirds lost their jobs because of competition from increased imports of foreign cars. Ford closed its Pico Rivera assembly line permanently Jan.25.1960. Under the Trade Act, workes who face loss of their Jobs because of foreign import competition may petition the secretary of labor tor certification of eligibility to apply for trade adjustment assistance. A petition was filed on behalf of the Pico Rivera workers on Jan. 25 by the United Auto Workers of America. The certification provides that all Ford workers who have been laid off on or after Jan. 11, 1979, are elgibile to apply for adjustment assistance. Workers may receive cash trade readjustment allowances of up to $250 per week....
Page B5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 26 March 1980
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