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Page A4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
i* Springfield TOMATOES Wngflelo Tomatoes 16 OZ. NO. 303 CAN HORMIL VIENNA SAUSAGE •Hormel Nona Sausafl 8 Q 5 OZ. CAN REGULAR MARGARINE NUCOA w 1 LB. CARTON on&gt;ons 4 •9s I Springfield markets KERN'S 1 1 39 PRESERVE »T 32 OZ. JAR I GINGHAM 16 OZ. BAG^ VEGETABLES • CUT CORN • PEAS &amp; CARROTS • GREEN PEAS • MIXED VEGETABLES /L GELATIN m JELL'S 1 BEST 3 OZ. PKG. 12 OZ. CANS PEPSI COLA 6'PACK #’l69 BANQUET-FROZEN^ CREAM 8 IN. —l4 OZ. 69 HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE 8 OZ. BUFFET CAN 1 MARKET'S BEST STRAWBERRY IAM 32 OZ.JAR SDrtngfiP ll GAL V 2 Springfield ICE CREAM ■29 ROUND - CHOICE OF FLAVORS It** DETERGENT CHEER ■49 M wmc C 10 LB.-11 OZ. FAMILY SIZE TRIMMED cMEATS FRESH WHOLE BODY HEN JjaMOt tJOHK FRESH LOIN STEWING CENTER CUT CHICKEN PORK CHOPS $ - 7R fAKMEB CJOHH FRESH LARD CUT-UP 47,?,. 37: 175 I lb. RANDOM WEIGHT BEEF CHUCK ROUNDBONE P TEAK BEEF LOIN T-BONE STEAK FRESH FILLET ROCK COD 165 I lb. 069 Jm lb. '195 9 ib. jAJZMER cTOHtt- FRESH LOII BLADE CUT $wm 4 A PORK 1IV...
Page A4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
SPECIAL VALUE 7 02. BOTTLE 1002. JAR 39 49 59 29 02 FAt NO.2V, SU't CAN 1202. PKG, 1602. PAG. MEXICAN HOT SAUCE PICO PICA HEIN2—HOT DOG OR SWEET RELISH SUN VISTA PINTO BEANS VLASIC-HOT .||| JALAPENO PEPPERS FRENCH'S g MUSTARD »' 69 ( BETTY CROCKER—BUTTERMILK _ PANCAKE MIX if 89 CELEBRITY-DANISM jj, g*. LUNCHEON LOAF u Jt 99 Spniigfleld # - aq MEAT FRANKS ,!01$1 SPECIAL VALUE BOLOGNA SPECIAL VALUE COTTO SALAMI NESTLE-MINIMARSHMALLOWS 12 COUNT HOT COCOA MIX ENVELOPES 100% SUNFLOWER OIL SUNLITE OIL PEPPERIDGE FARMS-FRO2EN STRAWBERRY CREAM CAKE KRAFT-STACK PACK AMERICAN CHEESE pkg. INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED SLICED SPECIAL VALUE-FRO2EN F * _ SHOESTRING POTATOES 2 ™ 3°* * 1 32 02. BOTTLE 2402. PKG. 1602.$ 1
Page A5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS REGULAR OR UNSALTED 56 saSS; nine Suns ****** SW3NW 16 OZ. BOX GOLDEN CREME COTTABE CHEESE I****. FRESH - AA LARGE EGGS fS, Ere^ PINT CARTON DOZEN IN CARTON ! I LOW (PRICES! Specials for Thursday thru Wednesday, April to thru April 16. on&gt;ons PLUS BONUS NABISCO NILLA WAFERS 12 OZ. BOX 79 &lt; JUANITA MENUDIT MENUDO 29 Vi OZ. —NO. V/ 2 CAN 99 &lt; MAR-KES- FROZEN BEEF TAQUITOS lIVjOZ.PKG. - - BANQUET-FROZEN FRIED CHICKEN 2 LB. PKG. li &gt; . W?SIL CARNATION COFFEE-MATE (ofieem^ ’’OH DAIRY CRE^, 'oo^ l Ii 11 22 OZ. JAR % r ; m¥s ■ .•’iC** . \ /! t mm SWEET CALIFORNIA r T 99 $ r JENOS FROZEN PIZZA &lt; £ 3 •/ if Spnngfietd * UL PURPOSE flour ■ ■NH~ BC IS TEK-ADULT TOOTH BRUSHES f SOFT MEDIUM •HARD 15! Limit three (3) with coupon. One coupon per family. Adults only. Coupon valid April 10 thru April 16, 1980. JERGEN'S -GENTLE TOUCH BEAUTY SOAP BC IS * I Cs&gt; (fitxa K •* VI s f&amp;// AJSOZBATH SIZE 29 l...
Realtors 20 kilometer run April 19 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Realtors 20 kilometer run April 19 The second annual 10Kilometer Run sponsored by the East L.A. Montebello Board of Realtors will take place on Saturday, April 19 with a record number of entries predicted for the event. The annual run is set for 9 a.m. at Montebello Intermediate School, 1600 West Whittier Blvd. Entry fees are $5 per person when registering on or before April 17, and $7 per person after that date. Competition will be offered for men and women in different categories. For mb tea, there will be trophies for seniors, 50 and up, master, 40, 49, juniors, 17 and under, and open, 18- 39. For women, the categories are masters, 30 and over, Juniors, 17 and under, and open, 18-29. Registrations are accepted at the Krazy Kone Shirt Parlor, 1519 W. Whittier Blvd., or can be mailed to the Montebello Board of Realtors, 2418 W. Whittier, Montebello 90640, phone number 721-6623. "A hurricane can raze a town but can't unseal a letter or open a knot." Paul Valery
Week of young child celebrated [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Week of young child celebrated The Week of the Young Child will be celebrated at East Los Angeles College from 9 ajn. until noon Thursday, Apr. 10 in the Baum Student Center, according to Renee Martinez, chairperson, Family and Consumer Studies Department. The Week of the Young Child is a nationally observed time for each community to focus on the education of young children and the availability of child care in the neighborhood. Theme of this year's even is Health and Safety. The ELAC Child Development Club and the students of ELAC’s Family and Consumer Studies Department will prepare materials for the children’s participation. Pre-schools elementary schools and day care centers are invited to bring their'children to the event where health and safety crafts, finger painting, safety necklaces, super hero puppets and "Funny. Face Sandwiches” will be available for them. In addition, there will be an information table with brochures describing the department offerings, Child Care Cente...
Reunion [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Reunion For 48 years Amelia Flores didn’t know the whereabouts of her brother, Hector Hernandez Lamarr.-He had been gone since 1932 when both lived at 413 No. Gifford, with their mother and father, Margarita and Arcodio Hernandez His sister Amelia never gave up and followed every lead until she located him. Suffice it to say with a little assist, lots of luck and as she says "the Good Lord's Blessing" she finally located and held a reunion lost, month, March 15, to celebrdte the occasion.
Anniversary celebration scheduled A Slst Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Anniversary celebration scheduled A Slst Anniversary commemoration dance will be presented on Saturday, Apr. 19 by Logia Independencia No. 27 of the Sociedad Progresistfl Mexleana. Event will take place at the Sociedad Progresista Mexleana salon, 104 S. Marianna, here in East Los Angeles. Dancing will be from 8 p.m. till 12 midnight with special ceremonies and program to mark the occasion. Music will be provided by Conjunto Los Alacranes de Durango. There will be refreshments and other surprises for the 51st anniversary. Donation is $4 per person and information may be obtained by calling Mr. Arroyo at 269-2649.
Baseball clinic set for April 19 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Baseball clinic set for April 19 Supervisor Ed Edelman has invited boys and girls of all ages to attend the 11th annual Dodger-Pepsi Baseball Clinic on April 19 from noon to 2 p.m. at Saybrook Park, 6250 East Northside* Drive in East Los Angeles. The clinic offers youngsters a chance to meet and leam from Dodger baseball players and coaches. Everyone is eligible to participate and take advantage of instruction and special tips from professionals on specific baseball skills. In addition to helping young baseball enthusiasts improve their skills, the Dodger representatives will also sign autographs. Free posters and Pepsi-Cola will be available to all participants. The Saybrook Park clinic is one of ten baseball clinics offered throughout Southern California, which are coordinated by the County Parks and Recreation Department in conjunction with the Dodgers and Pepsi-Cola Company. Edclman said the April 19 clinic is a noncompetitive learning and practice session, but will also provide...
Bob’s Men’s Wear moves up street [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Bob’s Men’s Wear moves up street Bob’s Men’s Wear a landmark for almost 20 years on E. First St. has moved up the street to Lee Mars at 3657 E. First St. Owned and operated by Maria Arredondo and sons, Bob’s Men’s Wear has joined-in with the Lee Mars and now will be known as Bob’s Mens’s Wear and Lee Mars, They still feature the same courteous friendly service plus quality men’s and boys apparel pants, suits, dress and sport short shirts, jackets, accessories plus expert tailoring and alterations. Friends of Bob’s Men’s Wear are invited to visit the old but new locale at 3657 E. Firds St. and greet Ms. Arredondo and sons Bob, Richard, Ronnie and Raymond and daughter Rose Marie. Bob’s Men’s Wear formerly operated out of 3592 E. First St.
Las Vegas night planned for April 19 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Las Vegas night planned for April 19 A Las Vegas Night on Saturday, Apr. 19, 6:15 p.m. to 1 am. at St. Benedicts Hall, 10th and Cleveland in Montebello, will be sponsored by Montebello Stars Baseball Organization, specifically to raise funds for the Peewee Reese (11 and 12 year olds), and the Sandy Koufax (13 and 14 year olds) toward their goodwill international baseball series in Tlaxcala; Mexico, depature date, June 26, 1980. Donation for the Las Vegas Night is $6.50 per person, which includes dinner and 25 starter chips. Las Vegas Night tickets are currently available, and may be purchased by calling Rosalind Farias at 721- or Dolores Perez at 722-
Legion post to sponsor tardeada [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Legion post to sponsor tardeada Eugene Obregon Post 804 of the American Legion will sponsor a 'Tardeada Dance’ Sunday, Apr. 13 at the East L.A. American legion Hall, from 3 p.m till 7 p.m. Funds derived will be for the Post’s Child Welfare Programs. Music will be by Ghickie Castro and his orchestra with a bevy of door prizes. The East L.A. American' Legion Hall is located at--4919 E. Olympic Blvd.. Donation for the 'tardeada dance' is $3 per person.
Page A6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
w'/t 15 WITH THIS AD $ CASH $ FOR SCRAP PAPER OLD NEWSPAPERS //t&amp;l CARDBOARD BOXES s so?° s ssi° 261-0283 ALUMINUM CANS ’lb. CAR BATTERIES $ 3 00 ea. • Prices Subject to Change Without Notice &lt; NOTICI • SCHOOLS • CHRUCHES • SCOUTS • Moke $$ with paper drives. Free pickup service for large quantities. Call for our latest prices. OFFER GOOD THRU APRIL 1900 mm BY-PRODUCTS . WASTE PAPER PACKERS, BROKERS 1530 So. Bonnie Beach PI. -s East los Angeles (Just 2 Blocks So. of Olympic, 4 Blocks W. of Eostern Ave. Hourv 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat 8 a.m. to 1; closed Sunday ftVJ Eajtlc?Apg ekf 2_d FAMILY DINTISTRY/CHILPREN'S DENTISTRY • No Appointment Necessary • Fast Credit • Full Service Family Dentistry ° Children's Dentistry • Twillight Sleep o Dental Insurance Plans Welcomed • Open Sat and Evenings • Dentures/Repairs/Relines • Se Habla Espanol Dennis Frott, D.D.S., Inc 3635 East First Street • East Los Angeles (Across from First Street Store) (213)269-7367 Security Pacific...
Wok cookery has a lot going for it [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Wok cookery has a lot going for it By JEANETTE BRANIN Copley New* Service Wok cookery is quick, a boon to working couples, homemakers with a lot more than homemaking on the schedule, or anyone who must make minutes count in the kitchen. It saves energy. Foods cook quickly over a small amount of heat. It is economical. Vegetables are the main, ingredients. Meat, fish and poultry are used in small amounts. It is nutritous. The emphasis is on fresh, natural ingredients and on cooking methods that retain nutritional content of the fresh foods. It Is delicious. Natural flavors are preserved. "I can cook my way around the world with a wok,” says Jerrie Strom, Paris-trained cooking teacher and food editor of San Diego Home-Garden Magazine, “ty's the most universal cooking utensil available. The wok can steam, stew, bake, fry or smoke foods.” Strom has studied at La Vareene and Le Cordon Bleu de Paris cooking schools, and has made food and wine tours of France, Mexico, Hong Kong and Thailan...
Page A7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
SAFEWAY SPECIALS! T- ItSJI Fresh and Tally. basket FEWAY LEAN Tomatoes I Chuck Roast I Round Steak Boneless Safeway Lean Beef. Chuck Blade Cut. lb. Safeway Lean Beef Round. Full Center Cut. lb. ireen Onions LBeeff Rib Steak I Sliced Bacon Zeily Flavor bunch LEAN HSR Safeway Lean Beef Rib Large End ib SmokRoma Grapefruit Coachella Ruby Ib. Bananas Lunchbox Favorite Ib. \ at-' Brown Derby Beer Pack n-oz. Bottles Toothpaste 5' Off label Blue Bonnet X X 7 Carton Cheddar Cheese Ice Cream I ' Longhorn Style ( Best Buy Random 1 Weights Ib. Snow Star S&amp;SZ, Half Gallon ’iw ' * . __ Bread Orange Juice Safeway Scotch Buy Frozen 24-oz. Loaves D CEHMi This Coupon Good For Ono (1) 14-ox. Can m\ White Magic Cleanser i o* limit 1 Item and 1 Coupon Pe Customer. With I this coupon and $S minimum purchase. Exciud- ■ ing liquor, Tobacco and Doiry Product*. Coupon I Good April 10*10, 1980 In Southern California ' ■I Except San Diego and Imperial Ceuntie* and f L \ Catalina.} tM \ j/a twi a a...
Ladies, Start Your Engines [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Ladies, Start Your Engines By Shirley Muldowney Copley News Service Q. What does greasing mean and when should it be done?' A. Greasing is the act of lubricating about 12 or more areas, usually in the front suspension and steering. It also is known as a lube. The regular application of grease to these areas is vital to the maintenance of your car and should not be ignored. It is, however, an area that can be overlooked by the “do-it-yourself-ers” who are quick to change the oil in the engine but never get around to the lubrication. Your owners’ manual will show the recommended interval, usually every 6,000 to 8,000 miles. It is a job that can be done at home. Many manuals list the lubrication points. Get an old rag, clean off the fittings, then with a grease gun that can be pur-' chased at any automotive store or discount auto department, apply grease until a small amount appears to squirt out of the rubber covering that usually encases the area being greased. Wipe off the excess an...
Your Handwriting [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Your Handwriting ByDOROTHY ST. JOHN JACKSON Certified Master Grapboanalyst Copley News Service Dear Dorothy; I am a happy foster mother. I like children, but wonder if I really fit this role. C.K. Dear C.K.: You are unique in your role. An insistent sense of duty, which demands a special outlet, urges you along, You want no applause. Obvious in the ending of f, swinging to the left, combined with other strokes, you know, from your own growing up days, that love is not something you learn from books. It must be experienced. Your open heart and deep understanding lead you to your contribution to the juvenile world of fear and confusion. Your desire to share it all with others is seen in the word endings along the line. Except for necessities, your joy of giving lies not in the material things of life, but in that intangible “something” which brigthens the spirit and radiates the love and concern for tnose who need it most. This is seen in the well developed upper loops. You have chose...