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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
REAL ESTATE, East Los Angeles ■rnmrtfrm i 52 TEMPO IMES I 726-8/41 INFLATION FIGHTING UNITS Price, terms, and income makd these 2-2 bedroom units todays best investment value! Centrally located. Owner will carry small 2nd. Won t lost long, call now. 726-0741. BUILT-IN FINANCING 4 bedrooms. 2 baths. 1 year young, forced air heat, completely built-in kithen. Call for more information. 726-8741. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Restaurant centrally located in El Monte. Seller will carry substantial down payment. Coll AMADA for more information. 726-8741. SE HABLA ESPANOL '3310 W. BEVERLY BLVD. . 736-8741 WHEN PET DOG MAKES TWO... Il'» litlW i» «mVi In -I II »IHIf imr-.i l*ugi « in III) iiHir n EASTSIOE CLASSI t )ED
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
AUTOMOBILES. NEW AND USED AUTOMOBILES, NEW AND USED r:~o r ' \ GREAT SAVINGS ON 1980 PINTO’S • FIESTA’S • FAIRMONT’S T-BIRD’S • LTD’S • MUSTANG’S • TRUCKS ■■i a easy HALS! • NEW • '80 PINTO 2 DOOR SEDAN Power steering and brakes, interior and exterior decor, AM radio. (OT10A105373) STICKER PRICE $5321 SALE PRICE *4765 • NEW '80TBIRD 255 V8. tilt wheel, speed control, split seats, air. stereo, exterior luxury group, tinted glass, vinyl roof. (0G870130605) SALE PRICE *8395 • TRUCKS■ 79 RANCHERO "GT" Brougham decor group split seats, air, stereo radio, mag. wheels "500.” (9H48H156283) STACKER PRICE $8683.30 SALE PRICE • TRUCKS• '80 FORD BRONCO Custom wagon limited slip axel, air. privacy glass, security lock group, sports instrumentation. Sharp two-tone color. (U15FLH03275) UV/b fOWOWiWW *6995 STICKER PRICE $1 1,269.90 SALE PRICE VU f ■ *9675 prompt "LOW MILEAGE RECONDITIONED CARS" FINANCING 1977 MERCURY COUGAR 4 DOOR V8. automatic, power steering, power brakes, air, vinyl roof, blue w...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
LEW CANFIELD TOYOTA USED CAR 74 CELICA ST Stick, radio, heater, sharp, air. (929HTY) $2988 '74 SUBARU 2 DOOR Super saver, 4 speed, radio, heater. (Ser. 14568) $ l9BB 74 VW DASHER Automatic, stereo cassette, sharp. Blue. (285LPL) $2795 75 FIAT 128 SPORT 4 speed, stereo 8 track, sharp, yellow &amp; red. (543NJV) $2495 76 FIAT 131 Air conditioning, stereo cassette, 5 speed, sharp. (639RXN) $3195 'BO CELICA ST Automatic, air, MPX stereo, body side molding, pin stripe. (713Z8U) $6388 Prices don’t include tax &amp; lie., subject to prior sale. LEW CANFIELD TOYOTA 5944 N. Figueroa St. 258-5894 SEHABLAESPANOL” TAKE AVE. 60 OFF RAMP PASADENA FRWY. TV, RADIO &amp; MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 83 COLOR TV. Excellent condition. Must sell |125. 265-2533 MISCEI4IANEOUS WANTED 84 COMPRO LAVADORAS DE RODILLOS. TR ABA JEN ONOTRABAJEN. * I BEY WRINGER * TYPE WASHING MACHINES WORKING OR NOT 587-2484 JUNK! WE BEY ALL KINDS NEWSPAPERS 550 ton. NOPICK-EPS. New York Junk Co. 255 S. Ave. 17 ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
BIG M STORES 'eiqht Outlets and Discount Groceries GROCERIES, FROZEN FOODS, DELI ITEMS. SUNDRIES, COSMETICS, FURNITURE, ARRLIANCES. HARDWARE, STEREOS, GIFT ITEMS • COMPARE OUR PRICES 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., April 10; Fri., April 11; Sat., April 12; and Sun., April 13 smm ft m B A 0 4 WISPRIDE m-: o 0 SALE GOUDA EDAM MUENSTER FARMERS VALUES TO $1 57 YOUR CHOICE .-2 • mm Supply Luts 1 RAISIN BRAN W HILLS .. exA Ml Varieties BREAKFAST CEREALS y&amp;tL a% - BilK'vLw. 1 Slwtl Pnc« am m if U c. &amp; SHICTS Sir $6 a tfEItUK w $lO 92 r JACKET Ijfvx flu 00 V &amp; *ceo (joinii|et'•FoodiV \\u\c! MHHJ wn CADAKirCCAI BY MARUCHAN RAMIN SUPREME PROGRESSO ESCAROLE SOUP ORIENTAL NOODLES CO&lt; SER COOK IN 3 MINUTES 20RTI0N) Regular Price 29* Each CLEARANCE SALES FROZEN FOOD Tj We bought too much! IROCCOLI IN CHICKEN BROTH 19 1 ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
* 1 1 Spanish language section Serving Belvedere Since 1934 seccion en esponol BELVEDERE CITIZEN The Only Newspaper Publishing Belvedere District News (Page A3) (Pagina A3) —NO 15 47TH YEAR- 3590 E. FIRST STREET. LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 90063 WEDNESDAY. APRIL 9, 1980 PHONE 264-1431 1 6 PAGES 1 5c PER ISSUE 50c PER MONTH Eas±sidoJ|| Journal sponbh language section (Page A3) 46TH YEAR- -NO 15 3590 E FIRST STREET, LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 90063 iT V 1 DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE , xfe'' OF THIS COMMUNITY Boyle Heights - City Terrace - Ramona Gardens - Wyvernwood - Hollenbeck Heights WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9. .1980 PHONE 264-1431 seccion en esponof (Pagina A3) 16 PAGES . 15c PER ISSUE 50c MONTHLY
File drunk driving charge on Snyder [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
File drunk driving charge on Snyder Councilman Art Snyder will stand trial June 9 on a single count of misdemeanor drunk driving, and will request a jury hear the case. Charge was filed by the district attorney’s office, after a week-long investigation. Snyder, through an attorney, pleaded not guilty on Friday. According to a statement issued Thursday by the DA’s office, the police report said that Snyder failed to pass physical coordination tests administered at the scene by officers, and later registered readings of .10 and .12 percent on a “gas chromatograph intoximeter,” commonly known as a breathalyzer. According to the DA’s statement, “A person may be considered legally under the influence of alcohol when this breathtest reading is .10 percent or above.” The case will be prosecuted by deputy district attorney Michael Byme, of the DA’s special investigations division. PENALTIES Penalties For Snyder if convicted as a first offender could range from imprisonment in coupty jail fo...
Unveil new city budget [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Unveil new city budget Mayor Tom Bradley Wednesday unveiled a $1.28 billion city budget which is In balance with no new taxes. The mayor told newsmen that the budget does not take into account the possible effects of the passage of Prop. 9, the Jarvis income tax cut measure, or of any cuts in federal funding due to president Jimmy Carter’s drive to balance the budget. Bradley said the proposed budget reflects an increase of 12.2 percent over the current city spending program, less than the inflation rate of 17 percent. The mayor said he provided funding for 50 additional police officers, the purchase of 586 police vehicles, and put in money for an additional 112 firefighters and 64 paramedics. TRASH Also funded are 69 new one-person trash collection trgcks, to improve productivity, and hiring of additional staff to cope with increase amounts of household refuse. Bradley said his budget will maintain service hours for the public at city libraries, and provides additional funds to pay...
Community day set at Cal State [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Community day set at Cal State Seminars on coping, the middle east, the contemporary political scene, and the ministry are highlights of th 11th annual Community Day on Campus, Wednesday, April 16, at California State University, Los Angeles. The program is open to the public without cost starting at 9 a.m. in the University Student Union. Seminar leaders will include Dr. Edmond C. Hallberg, an expert on stress and coping who coordinates a mid-life counseling program for men and women at Cal State L.A.; Dr. Daniel N. Crecelius, an internationally recognized authority on the middle east who was the first Western scholar given permission to examine documents essential to research on Islmaic instututions; Dr. Tulley E.
Feeding an army [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Feeding an army The East Los Angeles Child Nutrition Center, 2310 Charlotte Street, will be feeding some 50,000 children a day when it is in full operation. The center is beginning with 13,000 meals a day. It is 43,000 square feet, cost $5.5 million and houses 48 employees, preparing food which is driven in refrigerated trucks to the schools for heating.
Housing developers sought by city [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Housing developers sought by city The state housing finance agency and the city’s community development department are cooperating in an effort to find housing project developers to build housing for lowincome tenants throughout the city. Initially, the effort is seeking developers for 205 units, but eventually it is hoped that 1327 units will be built this year, according to community development department housing director Kathleen Connell. The state housing finance agency will be funding the first 205 units with below market mortgages for developers, by selling bonds to cover the low interest rates. The city assistance will consist of $4.4 million in federal funds to provide subsidy for purchase of property, and to provide the services of a housing expeditor to help project sponsors with obtaining building permits. RENT AID Also, according to Connell, when the units are completed “HUD will assist low-income tenants of the finished properties by paying the difference between the r...
Seek grant for followup on TB tests [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Seek grant for followup on TB tests Supervisor Ed Edelman announced today that the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services has applied for a $250,000 grant from the U.S. Public Health Service to intensify its TB control follow-up srvices in the Central Region. “It is vital that we strengthen our tuberculosis services through a followup program that assures continuity of care for the victim of TB and at the same time protects the health of the entire community,” Supervisor Edelman said. He said that the need for an intensified program, using bilingual personnel to work with minority groups, is particularly needed in the Central Region where
Padrinos reception Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Padrinos reception Saturday Assemblyman Art Torres, chairman of the Assembly Health Committee, will be the special guest of Los Padrinos at a reception-dance honoring the statewide community service organization. The date is Satureday, April 12 at 7 p.m. in the new banquet. room of Rudy's Pasta House, located at 6047 E. Olympic Blvd. Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, entertainment and dancing will be offered at the reception. For information, call 7211234 days, or 350-0933 evenings.
Health fairs set in area [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Health fairs set in area Two health fairs have been scheduled for the local community, on April 13 and April 19. The April 13 event will be held at White Memorial Hospital, 1730 Brooklyn Ave., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The April 19 fair will be at the East Los Angeles Neighborhood Center, 122 N. Sunol Drive, during the same hours. The fairs are sponsored by KNBC Channel 4, Fed Mart Corporation and the American Red Cross. SERVICES Free services and tests are offered for health history, height, weight, blood pressure, anemia, vision and preventive health counseling. For a nominal fee, participants take a blood test to check for cholesterol, diabetes, liver and kidney functions, and 20 other blood chemistries. At some locations, screening for hearing, dental health and podiatry are offered. Community health fairs are provided with nursing, medical expertise and equipment by more than 40 hospitals, members of the Hospital Council of Southern California. The Los Angeles County Department of...
Reductions needed in school spending Cuts could double if ‘9’ passes [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Reductions needed in school spending Cuts could double if ‘9’ passes By Charles Cooper A minimum of $60.7 million in budget reductions will have to be made to bring next’s years school district spending program in line with anticipated revenues, the school board was told Monday by budget director Richard Caldwell. The cuts would be needed whether or not state Proposition 9, which would cut the income tax, is approved. If 9 passes, substantially greater cuts are likely, though hard information about how much the district’s money would be reduced is not yet available. However, independent analysis director John Mocklcr told the board that his best advice to them would be to prepare for at least an additional $6O million in cuts, bringing to $l2O million the reductions needed. The overall budget recommendation of $1.71 billion, (reflecting the $6O million cuts) is an increase of less than 2 percent over last year’s adjusted final budget of $1.68 billion. The general fund portion of the...
Hispanic owned cable TV planned [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Hispanic owned cable TV planned Congressman Edward R. Roybal (D-25th) and Moctesuma Esparaza, president of Buena Vista Telecommunications, Inc., last week announced that the federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) has approved a $1.6 million loan guarantee to establish the nation’s first urban Hispanicowned cable TV system in Los Angeles. EDA is guaranteeing a loan extended by Aetna Life and Casualty Company to Buena Vista, which will set up 54 channels to serve East Los Angeles later this year. Because of the area's high unemployment rates, East Los Agneles has been designated a special impact area eligible for federal financial assistance, such as the EDA loan guarantee. Construction of the system is expected to create 31 direct jobs and 54 indirect jobs. MAJOR STEP “This is a major step forward in opening up ownership of communication properties by Hispanics in this country," Roybal said. "It also is an opportunity to create employment and training in the field of telev...
Two eastside men named to commissions [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Two eastside men named to commissions Mayor Tom Bradley has appointed two eastside men to serve on city commissions, subject to council confirmation. Bradley named Dr. Marc D. Holguin to the board of housing authority commissioners for the term ending June 6, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Frank E. Munoz. Also subject to council confirmation, Bradley named Daniel A. Cruz to tjie board of civil service commissioners for the term ending June 30, 1982, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Alberto Juarez. GETTING READY Preparing for Health Fair Expo 'BO, a series of free health screenings offered to the public on April 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at White Memorial Medical Center, 1720 Brooklyn Avenue and on April 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at East L.A. Neighborhood Center, 133 North Sunol Drive both in Los Angeles, are: (seated) (from left) Irma Romero, Committee Member; Norma Ormazabal, Assistant Area Coordinator: (standing) Adam Noriega, Coordinator. T...