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Page A2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

"I'M SAVING 15C ON EVERY GALLON OF GAS I BUY." “With the priye of gasoline these days, ! want to be sure I’m getting my money’s worth from every tankful. So I’m doing four simple things to save gas—and it’s like getting a 15c discount on every gallon! “Just slow ing down from 70 to 65 mph on the highway saves enough gas to equal a tic a gallon discount. Keeping linear tuned saves 4c a gallon more. And I’m saving another nickel a gallon just by usingradifil tires arid keeping them correctly inflated.” Saving energy is easier than you think, and with the rising energy costs we’re facing today, it’s’never been more important. For a free booklet with more tips on saving energy and money, write “Energy,” Box 62, Oak Ridge, TN 37830. ENERGY. We can't afford to waste it. U S. Department of energy Neuromuscular disease could make a football feel like a cannonball’.’ —Bob Griese 44 Wiping out 35 neuromuscular diseases is no easy job. But that's what the Muscular Dystrophy Association is all ...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Page A2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

CLASSIFIED ADS BRING FAST RESULTS CALL 264-1431 California Bankers Association offers : REWARD: *l,OOO for providing information leading to the arrest and indictment, before September 15,1980, of any one of these persons. SIB .. SI9 f. S2O m S2I Wanted in connection with robbery of bank at 3500 Aviation Boulevard, Redondo Beach. Date; October 19. 197^. Description: Male, aged 28-30; 6 -6 27 brown hair, large curls, brown eyes. Other; Wore ollve~ ~ green 3-plece suit soiled at button area, right-handed, soft voice, hair on chest. Wanted in connection with robbery of bank at 320 Katella Way. Anaheim. Date: November 16. 1979. Description: Male, aged 30. s'B'.' 160 pounds, medium build, had mustache. Other: Long-sleeved blue flannel shirt; —~~~ blue Jeans. Wanted in connection* with robbery of bank at 457 S. Spring Street. Los Angeles. Date; October 12, 1979. Description: Male. 6.' 160-70 pounds, clean shaven, sandy brown hair, receding in front. Other Glasses, brown plaid shirt, brown ...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Page A2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Serving Belvedere Since 1934 BELVEDERE CITIZEN sponish language section secaon en esponol The Only Newspaper Publishing Belvedere District News (Page A3) 47TH YEAR NO 16 3590 E FIRST STREET LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 90063 (Pagina A3) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1980 PHONE 264-1 431 18 P ACiES 16c PER ISSUE 50c PER MONTH Eastside^Journal Spanish language section (Page A3) —NO 16 46TH YEAR— 3590 E FIRST STREET, LOS'ANGELES. CALIFORNIA 90063 DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE , 'yAt' OF THIS COMMUNITY Boyle Heights - City Terrace - Ramona Gardens - Wyvernwood - Hollenbeck Heights WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16. 1900 secclon en esponol PHONE 264-1 431 (Pagina A3) 18 PAGES ' 15c PER ISSUE 50c MONTHLY

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Voter signup at Roosevelt [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Voter signup at Roosevelt Howard Shorr, feacher in charge of voter registration at Roosevelt High, goes over application forms with students (from left) Jaime Carillo, Mary Perez, and Giginio de la Rosa. All are 18 years of age and seniors at Roosevelt, Seniors at all high schools in the county can obtain postage-paid forms for registration by mail at campus locations.

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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It’s cherry blossom time at ELA College [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

It’s cherry blossom time at ELA College More than a dozen cultural exhibits and demonstrations will highlight the sth annual Cherry Blossom Festival from noon to 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Apr. 19 and 20 on the East Los Angeles College campus, 1301 Brooklyn Ave., Monterey Park. Tritia Toyota, newscaster for KNBC, Channel 4, will be mistress of the ceremonies at the opening ceremonies at noon Saturday, Apr. 19, in the Baum Student Center. Etsue Hengo will perform the Japanese Taiko and the Ondo festival dance at the opening ceremonies as well. The public is invited to attend, of course. Highlighting the event will be the traditional Tea Ceremony at noon Sunday, Apr. 20. It will be conducted by Mrs. Keiko Deguchi in the Baum Student Center. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend. Cultural exhibits on display both days in the Baum Student Center include Japanese flower arranging, Bonsai (miniature trees), Sumi Brush Painting, Origami (paper folding), bead art, Klmekomi d...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Kite-flying perils cited by Edison [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Kite-flying perils cited by Edison With thousands of kites up in the air during spring season, if some should tangle with electric lines, there is a potential hazard to fliers,' Southern California Edison Company today warned local residents. “Adults and children flying kites should be aware of the fact that there is a great danger from the metal in some kites or kitestrings, as they may conduct electricity if contact is made with power lines,” said Joe Labarrere, Edison manager for ELA, Commerce and Montebello area. He explained that there are three basic safety rules for kite flying; + Never use any kind of metal in kites or strings; + Never fly kites anywhere near power lines, TV or CB antennae which may be pulled into power lines, and, Never fly kites with a wet string or in stormy weather. “Kite flyers should not attempt to pull down a kite caught in power lines,” the SGE official warned, ad- ding; “Tugging on kits strings may cause lines to come together, burn through and fall...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Gty Terrace school budget topic Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Gty Terrace school budget topic Tuesday City Terrace Elementary school will discuss the budget and school program for the 1980-81 school year on Tuesday, Apr. 22, at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. All Interested parents and community members are strongly urged to participate in this years planning sessions by attending as many of the above meetings as possible.

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
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Eastside Boys Club plans fund raiser [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Eastside Boys Club plans fund raiser Installation of new officers, presentation of community service awards, introduction of the boy and girl of the year plus dining and dancing will highlight the annual Eastside Boys Club fundraising affair Saturday, April 19 at the Montebello Country Club. Festivities will get underway at 6:30 p.m. with reception followed by dinner at 8 p.m. Businessman - industrial George Van Fossan will be installed as president of the board of directors for the year 1980-81 succeeding Judge Gilbert ‘Rudy’ Ruiz of the East Los Angeles Municipal Court, Presiding at the induction ceremonies will be Thurman Stockton, representing the regional office of Boys Clubs of America, Inc. Others taking office include Dick Kellogg, first vicepresident; Maria Arredondo, second vicepresident; John H. Espinosa, 3rd vicepresident; Dr. Frank Sanchez, secretary; and Olga Rush, treasurer. AWARDS A highlight of the annual installation banquet program will be presentation of the ‘Boy...

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Yslas named to police ‘ commission [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Yslas named to police ‘ commission Mayor Tom Bradley late Friday announced a replacement on the police commission for East Los Angeles resident Salvador Montenegro; the mayor named 33-year-old attorney, Stephen D. Yslas of Rancho Park. Yslas, a Northrop Corporation lawyer, also works with the Casa Legal de Santa Monica, in Venice. He grew up in Alhambra, and received his degrees from UCLA. He was a founding member of the National Association of Latino Elected' and Appointed Officials, which is now chaired by Congressman Ed Roybal. The appointment is subject to city council confirmation.

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Public schools week starts next Monday Local schools roll out the welcome mat [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Public schools week starts next Monday Local schools roll out the welcome mat Public Schools Week will be observed April 21-25, with special programs scheduled at local schools. Theme of the event this year is “Public Schools: America’s First Choice Democracy’s Only Choice.” Programs at local schools include the following: Ann Street, 126 E. Bloom Street. April 22,10 am.to 2 p.m., dance and orchestra program in the auditorium and a craft fair in the library. Belvedere, 3724 E. First Street. April 22, 6:30 to 8 p.m,, classroom visitations, display and explanation of students' work, Brooklyn Ave., 4620 E. Brooklyn Ave. April 22, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., classroom visitations and displays. Euclid Avenue, 806 Euclid Ave. April 22, 5:30 p.m., open house and classroom visitations. First Street, 2820 First Street. April 22,6:30 to 8; 30 p.m., open house, classroom visitation, displays from Self Help Graphics, First Street, 2820 First Street. April 22,6:30 to 8:30 p.m., open house, classroom visi...

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Says Realtor Head: Private property rights threatened [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Says Realtor Head: Private property rights threatened Building codes, rent control, environmental regulations, and laws limiting growth all lend themselves to an infringement on property rights, according to Ralph Pritchard, president of the National Association of Realtors. The national association, comprised of 1700 member boards throughout the United States, including the northern division of the L.A. Eealtory Board serving northeast Los Angeles, is observing Private Property Week, April 13-19. Pritchard, in a message directed to local realtors and the general public, said that the idea behind building codes originally was to protect the consumer from inadequate construction or the use of poor quality materials in a home. But, he added; “What has happened is that these codes have become too rigid and thus have become barriers to innovation in building. This is preventing the adoption of new and more economical construction methods. In many cases, building codes actually prevent r...

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Plan open house at occupation center [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Plan open house at occupation center The doors will be wide open on Friday, May 2, for the Cinco de Mayo-Open House at East I/is Angeles Occupational Center. The staff members, the com- munity advisory council, and the students will show visitors the job-training activities in progress at the Center located at 2100 Marengo Street. This year’s celebration Is better than ever as it includes the dedication of the new parking structure with beautiful murals and new courses. Principal Oscar L. Gallego invites friends and 1 residents to view the modern shops, and classrooms. "East Los Angeles Occupational Center has one important mission for the community that of training people for better, more interesting jobs. We extend a warm and hearty invitation for you to join us in our fiesta, entertainment, and refreshments.” Gallego added that the Center will again present El Mariachi Los Camperos under the direction of Nati Cano and the Ballet Folklorico de las Rosas, under the direction of Raf...

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Need volunteers to aid consumers [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Need volunteers to aid consumers Supervisor Ed Edelman has issued a call for volunteers to assist County Consumer Affairs Department staff in helping East Eos Angeles residents with consumer problems. “Students and young adults, housewives and retired persons are all eligible,” Edelman said, “but they must be willing to work at least four hours per week and attend a 16hour training course.” This also offers an opportunity for those volunteers who are selected to gain valuable job experience in the consumer field and help people at the same time, added Edelman, who is Chairman of County Consumer Affairs. Applicants will first be briefed on a. full range of consumer subjects including landlord-tenant rights credit practices, auto repair regulations, and will learn how to help victims of mail-order fraud, home-improvement rackets and many other marketplace abuses. Upon completion of the training course, volunteers will assist the Department by screening telephone inquiries and intervie...

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KeyKCET post given Ed Moreno [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

KeyKCET post given Ed Moreno Ed Moreno has been named vice president of community relations and ascertainment at KCET, Channel 28, making him the first Hispanic officer in the public broadcasting system. Formerly director or ascertainment and program services, he has been in broadcasting since 1939 and joined KCET in 1967. He is well known and has many friends in ELA area. Moreno, who developed an extensive community ascertainment program for KCET, feels there has been enormous growth at the station in the community relations area over the past few years. The recently created Community Advisory Board, he feels, is a renewed point of contact with the community and an important step in enhancing KCET’s traditional involvement with the public. According to Moreno, “since before ascertainment was mandated upon public television, we learned that problems and community interests are very dynamic group situations, and that when you serve the needs of one group, like Chicanos, you risk leav...

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Happy family [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Happy family Newly-confirmed U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Dr, Julian Nava came to City Hall with his wife Patricia, 12-year old son Paul, and 16-year old twin daughters Carmen and Kathryn, to receive an official City Council commendation from City Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky, center. The commendation cites Dr. Nava's career as "an honorable example of committing oneself to improving the quality of life for future generations." Nava, a former member and former president of the Los Angeles Board of Education, is a graduate of Roosevelt High School. He taught for many years at Cal State Northridge, and most recently served as a special assistant to the president of the college.

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Census ‘blunders’ noted by Alatorre [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Census ‘blunders’ noted by Alatorre Assemblyman Richard Alatorre (D-Los Angeles) today sent a telegram to President Carter and the Director of the Census Bureau, chastising them for the numerous administrative “blunders” that have already been reported in conducting the 1980 census.. “I find it very difficult to comprehend how the federal government could have spent $1 billion on such an effort without someguarantecs that they and the American public at least would get their money’s worth,” Alatorre said at a capitol press conference. "It appears the system has broken down before it really ever got started. 1 guess those Americans that question this country’s ability to accomplish even the simplest task without turning it into a major and costly production, could say‘l told you so’.” CITES ‘BLUNDERS’ Alatorre cited several examples of administrative “blunders” in his telegram to Carter that included B many Census Bureau District Offices receiving ’inaccurate census tract maps, some ...

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Voter signup at Roosevelt [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Voter signup at Roosevelt Howard Shorr, teacher in charge of voter registration at Roosevelt High, goes over application forms with students (from left) Jaime Carillo, Mary Perez, and Giginio de la Rosa. All are 18 years of age and seniors at Roosevelt, Seniors at all high schools in the county can obtain postage-paid forms for registration by mail at campus locations.

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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It’s cherry blossom time at ELA College [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

It’s cherry blossom time at ELA College More than a dozen cultural exhibits and demonstrations will highlight the sth annual Cherry Blossom Festival from noon to 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Apr. 19 and 20 on the East Los Angeles College campus, 1301 Brooklyn Ave., Monterey Park. Tritia Toyota, newscaster for KNBC, Channel 4, will be mistress of the ceremonies at the opening ceremonies at noon Saturday, Apr. 19, in the Baum Student Center. Etsue Hengo will perform the Japanese Taiko and the Ondo festival dance at the opening ceremonies as well. The public is invited to attend, of course. Highlighting the event will be the traditional Tea Ceremony at noon Sunday, Apr. 20. It will be conducted by Mrs. Keiko Deguchi in the Baum Student Center. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend. Cultural exhibits on display both days in the Baum Student Center include. Japanese flower arranging, Bonsai (miniature trees), Sumi Brush Painting, Origami (paper folding), bead art, Kimekomi ...

Publication Title: Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Kite-flying perils cited by Edison [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980

Kite-flying perils cited by Edison With thousands of kites up in the air during spring season, if some should tangle with electric lines, there is a potential hazard to fliers, Southern California Edison Company today warned local residents. “Adults and children flying kites should be aware of the fact that there is a great danger from the metal in some kites or kitestrings, as they may conduct electricity if contact is made with power lines,” said Joe Labarrere, Edison manager for ELA, Commerce and Montebello area. He explained that there are three basic safety rules for kite flying: + Never use any kind of metal in kites or strings; + Never fly kites anywhere near power lines, TV or CB antennae which may be pulled into power lines, and, Never fly kites with a wet string or in stormy weather. “Kite flyers should not attempt to pull down a kite caught in power lines,” the SCE official warned, ad- ding; “Tugging on kite strings may cause lines to come together, burn through and fall ...

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