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Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
I st ST. FCOQ CENTER 3650 L FIRST ST. f|Dlfßl. TO*P.M. WwfcH. SUNDAY- 9AM TO 1. M PLAZA MARKET hunts SIVUCE TOMWO CANS OZ $ No. 225 SPECIALS o FROM OUR R MEAT DEPT rise m &amp; 71 D.A. GRADE "A” CHICKENS ✓ CHEER DETERGENT m r 99 $ KING SIZE WHOLE BODY MAXWELL HOUSE 100 Z. JAR INSTANT $ COFFEE TUBAW COFFEE 1 LB.-*3.29 HUNTS—44 OZ. BOTTLE TOMATO KETCHUP LAYS &amp; RUFFLES-ireq ~.04-T*'i POTATO CHIPS GROUND BEEF tv . A HAMBURGER PATTIES $1 49 [NOT TO EXCEED 30% FAT) ■ lb. 39 REG. $1.15 TWIN PACK jvngps JO * 1 LB LOAF AURORA BATHROOM TISSUE 4-ROLL ini PACK PURE BULK LARD lb. &lt;r LB. FARMER JOHN-SMALL AND MEATY PORK SPARE RIBS $ 1 19 LB. 4121 CTTY TERRACE DR. DAILY-9 A M • TO 9 P M. Urtn. SUNDAY-9 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SHOP &amp; SAVE COUPONS Specials for Speciab April 10 thru April IS, 1980 IST ST FOOD CCNTfR A I IDA PIAIA MARKfT IUUrU n CRISCO OIL 99 No. 000 24 OZ. I limit om'(I) with ttm coupon and $5.00 minimum purtha** li eluding liquor. tobacco md dairy p...
Child care seminar due at Cal State [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Child care seminar due at Cal State The Women's Resource Center, at California State University, Los Angeles, 5151 State University Drive, I/Os Angeles in cooperation with the Department of Public Social Services, Homefinders Division is sponsoring a one-day child care licensing seminar to be held at the CSULA Women’s Resource Center, Bungalow “C" on Thursday, April 17,2-4 p.m. The childcare licensing seminar will offer instructions an guidance to enable interested persons to have their homes licensed for childcare; after filling out the proper forms and meeting the requirements of DPSS. Forms will be distributed at the seminar and some of the basic requirements are as follows; (1) Preferably be 21 yedrs of age. (2) The home should have a fenced yard, unless caring for Infants specifically. (3| Person providing care must be willing to be fingerprinted and if married the spouse of said person must also be fingerprinted. (4) Spouse must be in complete agreement with the decision to pr...
Seniors picnic scheduled [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Seniors picnic scheduled The International Senior Multi-Purpose Center, 2910 Whittier Blvd., is sponsoring a picnic in the Santa Monica Mountains on Wednesday, April 23. for seniors only. The bus leaves the center at 10 a.m., and returns at 4 p.m. The cost will be $2.15, to cover transportation and lunch. A painting class trill begin'on Monday, April 14 at the center, taught by Pedro Orozco. On Tuesday, April 15 nutrition and health classes will be offered. On Friday, April 18, sewing classes will be taught by Lupita Salmon. For more information on any of these, call 263-7375.
Bill would aid small businesses [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Bill would aid small businesses In a move to eliminate some of the unnecessary paperwork that stifled California's small businesses, Assemblyman Art Torres (D-Los Angeles) voted in favor of A 8325. Torres explained, "Currently, if a business withholds ISO or less in state unemployment compensation disability insurance or withholds $lOO or less in state personal income tax from employee paychecks. It may remit the money quarterly." Torres added, “AB 325 will raise the limit of disability insurance taxes from ISO to |lOO per month and the personal income tax withholding limit from 1100 to |2SO per month. If the taxes that an employee must withhold from employees does not exceed these threshold amounts, they would be allowed to forward these tax payments on a quarterly rather than on a monthly basis." Torres further stated, "This measure, if passed, will cut- employer’s paperwork by reducing the number of reports that must be filed each year from 12 to 4." • "AB 325 is a significant hi...
Page B4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
NEED MONEY? Your home may have the answer. Do you need to repair or improve your home, or purchase other property, or to take a trip, or for other purposes? r O Z&gt; For more Information call or come in to us at MERIT SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION We’re located at 324 East First St. Los.'Angeles and our phone is 624-7434. Ask for the loan department. DISCOUNT STORES SAVE 10 %TO 70% LADIES P0 PANTS $2 6 * $7.95 Value • "• , . 12 Liter Disposable - Bottle RC COLA OR DIET RITE YOUR uQ&lt;t CHOICE O O . LIMfT 6 BOTTLES READY TO ASSEMBLE FURNITURE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER Walnut or Ehn Vinyl Finish. ™ Vi” $ l6“ MB ■rr • L. w DRAPERIES 75"*84" Cotton Polyester Blend * s 5 BB 6 Inch Potted WANDERING JEW AND DIEFFENBACHIA 27 YOUR CHOICE YORK CALCULATOR • Liquid crystal Display • Memory • Audible Touch • Shirt Pocket Size $22.95 Value s l2 ee ready to Assemble Furniture iiU u 5 SHELF ETERGE Walnut of Elm Vinyl Finish m 87x33x10 559.95 Value IMPORTED CRTSTAI WINE GOBLETS $2-956 Fo...
Page B4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
PUBLIC NOTICES I Belvedere CHbe»-NR»M» RESOLUTION AND NOTICE Or INTENTION TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OP LOS ANGELES TO APPROVE THE SALE AND CONVEY ANTE OP REAL PROPERTY WHEREAS, the Beard of Direr* ten of the Cemn—My Mmtnfment Agency to the County to Us Angeles Mm to eefl real property her ll natter described: aad WHEREAS, a public hearing par want to the prevMoa to Section 53434 to the Stole Health aad Safety Cede tx required prior to the approval of any neb Kale. NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED THAT NOTICE B HEREBY GIVEN that It hi the Intention of the Board ef Supervisor* of the County of Lm Aagrie*. on (he Bth day of May. IIM. at •:» a.m.. to the Hearing Room of the Board to Supervisors Ml Hall of Admiafctrattoo, MO West Temple Street, Lm Angeles. California, to approve the sale of property described betow by the Coromnalty Redevelopment Agency •# the County to Urn Angeles to the party and for the com kle ration set forth betow: To: Aoartaxlo Rodriquez &amp...
Page B4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
&gt;Bth&lt;ltnCHlmi NBBMSI REBOLUTION AND NOTICE OF INTENTION TO TOE BOARD OF BUPBR VISORS OF TOE COUNTY OF L 0« ANGELES TO APPROVE TOE SALE AND CONVEY ANTE of real property WHEREAS. (Iw Bnari ft Wrerlam of d* rommwdty omit Agracy ft IN CMMy ft Lm Augrtes Be*lr»n U wfl rad property (wrrinftor drmtßwjl; ud WHEREAS, a public heartos patmart la the pm vision of SrCtloo 23434 of the State Health and Safety Cade U required prior to the approval it any «wb «ale. NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that H h the MeaUofl of the Hoard of SapmlMW of the County of Lon Aogrim. oa the 9th day of May. IMF at f-.11 a.m.. la the Hrariag Room of the Board of Supervisor*. 3*l Hail of AdmWMratkm. W Went Temple Street, la* Aagek*. California, to approve the sale of property described below by the Community Redrvrtopnfc-nt Ageocy of the County of Lm Angeles to the party and for the ooanideratloa net forth bekw: To: Rudolf.. Soto. Property: 251 Sooth Kara Avenue. Lon...
Page B4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
PUBLIC NOTICES i Belvedere Citizen 60-15497* FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT TV following person is doing busioewi ah; M &amp; H LIQUOR, 412fl Whittier Blvd.. I -oh Angele*. CA wm Hiroshi Ntkatam. 4131 Whittier Wvd.L.A..CA9On23 —... This business is conducti-d by an fcxlKidiutf Sinned Hiroshi Nakataru This statement was filed with the C/mnty Clerk of Ixw Angeles County on Mar. Z&gt;. »«n FILE NO. 86-15497 Pub : Apr. 2. 9.16. 21. 1980 PUBLIC NOTICES (Eastaide Journal-N96009i NOTICE INVmNO BUM Sealed bids are invited for furnishing to the Harbor Deportment of the Qty of Loa Angeles. California. SEWER CONNECTION in accordance with Bid No. F-60 and upectficatiorw available in the office of the Departmental Purchaiilng Officer at Berth 161. Wilmington, California. Bids to be opened on April 17.1960 at 2:66 p m. at the above office. The right is reserved to waive informalities In bids received and to reject any or all such bids. Bids are subject To acceptance within 3 m...
Page B4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
(Rawtokk JoumatrJffiMllL FKTTTKMfS WSfNFSS NAME STATEMENT Tbr following persons are doing Imsmess as; ST AH PACKING ft) . 4100 Kant Bandlnl Blvd. Los Angeles. CA 96023. Marry Salter. 4100 East Bandlnl Hlvtf v Lqs Angele*, CA 9062.1 Prank Salter. 4100 East Bandml Hlvd , Idm Angeles. CA 9002.1 This business is conducted by a general partnership Sinned ' Prank .Salter This statement was filed with the County (lerk of l/w Angeles County «n Mar 3R. 1986. Pll-E NO. 86-15847 Pub . Apr. 22.214.171.124. 1960 f Kafltefcte Journal- N98394) NOTICE INVITING BIDS Sealed bids are Invited for furnishing to the Harbor Department of the Qty of Lor Angeles, California. IHI CRANK PAARTS in accordanro with Bid No. 80-347-A and specifier! lions available In the office of the Departmental Purchasing Officer at Berth 101. Wilmington, California. Bids to be opened on April 18.1980 at 2 00 p.m. at the above office. The right Is reserved to waive informalities in bids received and to reject any or all such bids. ...
Hack Yard Gardener Support your local cucumber [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Hack Yard Gardener Support your local cucumber By Patrick Denton Copley New* Service Recently I described for you some of the less zany ramifications of The Year of the Cucumber Cookery and cucumber jokes. First of all, though, I would like to mention one more possible method of supporting your local cucumbers. I previously (jjid prescribe trelises and wire cages. Here is a simpler method of support for cucumber vines. Sink a six-foot post into the ground. Attach crossbars every 12 to 18 inches. Six to eight cucumber vi,ies can be grown around such a post. This simple method can allow you to harvest up to IS pounds of cucumbers from one pole occupying only four square feet of garden space. A National Garden Bureau project that will appeal very much to the backyard gourmet gardener is their production of an appealing little cucumber recipe folder. DIETITIAN The bureau commissioned a professional dietitian to kitchen-test a number of unusual cucumber recipes. The folder includes pictu...
Springing up the indoors [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Springing up the indoors Home and Garden Have you ever noticed how the most successful decorating schemes are more than just furniture, rugs or drapes? Almost anywhere you look like in magazines or books featuring home decorating, you will see the use of plants Hhich brings a freshness and distinction to a room. Even the interior decorators feature houseplants in their stores or model home displays. These plants aren’t for sale. They’re just there because they make the furniture look their best and seem to pull a room together. The beautiful greens of philodendrons, ferns, and other indoor plants not only blend color schemes and lend an easy grace and elegance to the decor but they add structure and design to both modern and traditional rooms. For example, a glossy tubbed aralia set beside a chair brings out the wood and fabric tones. Peperomias and wax flowers, philodendrons and ivy, call attention to the beauty of a walnut finish. Green leaves trailing from a shelf “finishes” that...
Easter Gardens bring a burst of color [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Easter Gardens bring a burst of color Easter comes every spring and symbolic with this holiday are the dazzling arrays of color from blooming bulbs, bedding plants, and shrubs or trees. Even though Easter is upon us, it’s not too late to plant for this color display. Garden centers have potted daffodils in bright, splashy yellows; delicate blue, white and pink hyacinths; and those beautiful tulips which can’t be passed up by anyone. You can bring these home and sink the potted bulbs in the garden soil for a natural garden effect, line them up at the entry way or give thfm as a gift to someone special this Easter. The cheerful colors and sweet fragrance of hyacinths will .welcome all your holiday guests and don’t forget to decorate patios, balconies, decks, and Easter egg hung sites with the flowers symbolic of spring says the California Association of Nurserymen. SHRUBS Color from shrubs can be easily attained by investing in rhododendrons or azaleas and the many other spring bloomi...
Cheerful plant [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Cheerful plant One of the most colorful and popular annual plants in the California garden is the marigold. It is true that the blooming abilities of the marigold account for this popularity, but they also adapt themselves to most garden soils, take the exteme heat of summer and bloom until frost arrives. With all their attributes, mairgolds Also make good cut flowers and can be used in home flo,wer arrangements. A combination of many of the sizes and colors can brighten even the darkest room.
Garden pests back [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Garden pests back The days are warming up and many familiar garden pests aer waking from their winter hibernation or hatching from eggs left behind last summer. Others will be migrating into the area, too, to add to the problem. It isn’t a cheerful thought, but to protect the flower and vegetable garden from control measures before signs of damage become apparent. For the organic gardener, it is especially important to pick off. trap or otherwise discourage those first infestations of spring insects. A few praying mantis egg cases will hatch out hundreds of hungry mantis to help control aphids, flies, beetles, caterpillars and other hungry garden pests. If you don't think that you have the time to pick chewing worms off of flower or vegetable crops, and the idea of drowning snails and slugs in beer doesn't exactly excite you, then a trip to the garden supply center is in order. While you're there, ask your local member of the California Association of Nurserymen for a rose spray pro...
Begonias [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 9 April 1980
Begonias Begonia enthusiasts can start sprouting their tubers indoors this month but you should wait until all danger of frost is past before setting them out in the garden. When the tubers sprout pink buds set them in flats of peat moss and sand and keep them moist and in a well lit area but not in full sun. Transplant to pots whent he leaves appear.