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Roosevelt Rough Rider Roundup [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
Roosevelt Rough Rider Roundup By E. Hosharlan E.S.L. SCHOLARSHIP DANCE The ESL department is having a scholarship dance to raise funds to send nine highly qualified students to college. The scholarship dance will take place on April 25, 1980, at Rudy’s Pasta House, 6047 East Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles. Pisco music will be provided from 4 to 9 p.m., free buffet from 8-7 p.m. Happy hour from 4-7 p.m. and live entertainment from 10-2 a.m. All this for only $5,00 a person. The public is invited. If you would like to buy a ticket call Roosevelt High School at 288-7241 in care of Mr. Siller, leave your name and phone number. If you would like to make a zonation, send in your donation to Roosevelt High Schoo, c/o ESL Department Scholarship Fund, 456 S. Mathews Street, Los Angeles, 90033. INTERACT CLUB AT ROOSEVELT “Provide opportunities for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding” is the goal of the newly organized Intera...
Softball registration underway [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
Softball registration underway Parents or guardians will have an opportunity to register children grades 3-8 in the new Y-Winners softball program at the Montebello-East Los Angeles YMCA, now through May 2. Softball will be the first program offered at the Y under the newly developed Y-Wlnners program, a family-oriented concept featuring a variety . of sports and activities throughout the year. Every boy and girl whoregisters will play, and parents and guardians will be involved in clinics, as coaches, volunteer officialsi and in other capacities, in addition to lending support to their participating child. For additional information, call 728-0401. 111 1 i
Hydropower saves oil [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
Hydropower saves oil Mother Nature is doing her part this year to help Southern California Edison Company's dependence on foreign oil with a record Sierra snowpack and an early start on water runoff indicating a near-record year for hydroelectric generation. Dam No. 6, part of . Edison's Big Creek Project, about 55 miles nor- / fheast of Eresno, is shown over flowing, a sight occurring only in years of above-normal precipitation.
Page A7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
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Page A7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
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Backyard Gardener Let child grow his own spinach [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
Backyard Gardener Let child grow his own spinach By Patrick Denton Copley New* Service I suppose that every backyard gardener hopes that his or her children will carry on this favorite pastime. There is a lot that can be done to encourage even the smallest child into theftelights of the garden. Giving a child his or her own patch of garden to plant and tend is a good first step. Our children always loved to make and decorate their own signs. Our son devised a clever garden pattern by planting vegetables whose names began with the first letters of his own name. That made it definitely his very own garden. Another side benefits to children growing vegetables is that they become more inclined to cat more types of vegetables. We started ours on their favorites. Both of ours are Fish wasted Waste is a big factor in America’s fish resources as 70 percent of all landing of ocean fish are wasted and 80 percent of all lake fish are wasted. second-degree bunnies, Vn sure. Carrots are their st...
Here’s How – :■ ■ 1 Squeaky floor needs nailing [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
Here’s How - :■ ■ 1 Squeaky floor needs nailing By Gene Gary Copley News Service Q. I live in a two-story house 29 years old. The bottom floor Is cement slab and carpeted. TheSgccond floor Is in the bedrooms, and the bathroom has a plywood floor with linoleum on top. The rooms are carpeted. Various areas around the second-story floor squeak when yon walk. Yon cannot avoid the squeaky areas because the noise In the floor Is In the doorways, In front of our bed and in normal traffic areas. Can I do anything to lessen the squeaky noise? I though maybe there might be some kind of spray or something we could use. Pulling the carpet up would be worth the trouble if we could stop the sqneaks. Any ' suggestions will be api predated. Mary B. i A. It is impossible to I correct this condition : without first removing the carpeting. If you can’t get below a squeak which in your case you can’t without removing the ceiling below attack the problem from above with magnet, nails and screws. First, ...
Prepare beds for annuals [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
Prepare beds for annuals There is no factor that plays a bigger part in the success or failure of a gardening venture than the soil in which you will be growing your plants. So don’t be one of those gardeners that pays little or no attention to it, leaving to chance the answers of the all-important question ‘ 'Just how good is it? ” In the early years of a new garden, the chances are good that you can get away with such malpractice. For most soils except the obviously rocky or sandy one have nutrients enough to support good growth. But as your garden depletes those nutrients, you better start putting some of them back. Aside from depleted soil, the gardener is often faced with two other conditions: his soil may be poor to start with (i.e. heavy clay or too sandy to hold nutrients) or his soil is compacted that It will not yield up the nutrients it holds or allow water penetration for proper root growth. His need in any of the instances mentioned above is to embark on a soil improvem...
Page A8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
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-A summer feast with a french accent [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
-A summer feast with a french accent BY MARJORIE RICE Copley News Service In his first book, “Paul Bocuse's French Cooking," the three-star chef describes how he first served his Truffle Soup. “M. and Mmc. Valery Giscard d’Estaing enjoyed this truffle soup, created for them, during that marvelous lunch that gathered the finest cooks in France at a superb reception, the day when the president of the French Republic awarded me the Cross of the Legion d’honneur as Ambassador of French Cooking on February 25,1975.” Bocuse would probably taint at the notion, but it’s a delicious, easy soup without the truffles. Be sure to use a flavorful stock. The other recipes that follow can be prepared by any cook with a modicum of experience. Beef Richelieu is a classic treatment for beef tender-loin, not inexpensive but a good choice for a celebratory meal. Many basic cookbooks have detailed instructions for larding, piercing the beef with strips of fat Sauce Ravigote is a deceptively simple sauce ...
Date Nut Loaf for breakfast DATE NUT BREAKFAST LOAF [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
Date Nut Loaf for breakfast DATE NUT BREAKFAST LOAF 1 pkg. (12* i ozs.) frozen date nut cake 1 can (1 lb. 4 ozs.) cruthed pineapple, well drained 1 pkg. (ok.) cream cheeee V« tap. ground ginger y» cup finely chopped ham With sharp knife cut frozen date nut cake Into three equal lengthwise slices. In a bowl, mash crushed pineapple with cheese until well blended. Stir in ginger and ham. Place bottom slice in a serving platter and spread with half of the cheese mixture. Top with second slice, remaining filling and top slice. Chill until ready to serve. Cut loaf into thick slices using a serrated knife with a sawing motion. Makes 1 loaf, enough to serves.
Page A9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
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Senior News [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
Senior News LOURDES SENIORS On May 2nd, 1980, Our Lady of Lourdes Seniors will set out on an 8-day journey to the Southewestern Wonderlands of Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Nevada. Highlights of the tour include Tombstone, “The Town Too Tough-To Die,” beautiful Carlsbad Caverns National Park, the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert and the Grand Canyon. They will also visit El Paso, Juarez, Albuguerque, Santa Fe and end their trail with a night on the town in Las Vegas. Cost of the tour is $259 per person/double occupancy; which includes Greyhound Coach Touring, quality accommodations throughout, extensive sightseeing and admission to all National Parks plus a ride on the Andia Peak Tramway in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mrs. Emma Olivas, Lourdes Tour Coordinator, is now taking reservations on a first come, first served basis. Olvias can be contacted at 261-5354, or, by visiting the club on the Ist and 3rds Thursdays of the month at Our Lady of ' Lourdes School from 10 a.m. to noon. H...
Page A10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
MONTtBtLLO DISTRICT BOARD OF RCRLTORS SALUTE PRIVATE PROPERTY WEEK piotccl them. REALTOR APRIL 13 TO 19 1980 W : -dm ■ j • : ■ \ . Now is the time to protect private property rights in America. The member of your local Board of Realtors stand ready to serve you. - ■•••■J’ . NOT € VCR V RCRI €STRT€ PRRCTITION6R IS R RCRLTOR !Not every real estate praetilioner In a realtor. &lt; Iv thowe aeee[rted for meiYtherHliifr-by- five National Association of Kcal Estate Boards through your local real estate board or us individual are realtors and may use the term which is registered in the II.S. patent office. hen persons engaged in the real estate callin" are admitted to membership in your local real estate board and in NAKKII. they pledge Therefore, it's wise to do your real • $ themselves to ol»serve INAREVs strict rode of rthies. Their aeeeptanrr-TB based, 100, upon good business character and a demonstration that they are capable of properly earing for the real estate matters entru...
‘Artists of future’ competition set [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 April 1980
‘Artists of future’ competition set Ten young women and eight young men will compete for music scholarships when the finals of the Bureau of Music’s thirty-second annual “Artists of the Future” youth voice contest are held in the Gallery Theatre, Bamsdall Park, Saturday, April 19,1 p.m. The public is invited to attend. There is no admission charge. Judges will be Paul G. Gleason, director of the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera’s Musical Theatre Workshop, Daisietta Kim, who has appeared in numerous recitals and has sung often with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Ernest St John Metz, vocal coach and official accompanist for the annual local auditions of the Metropolitan Opera. SCHOLARSHIPS The contest, which is open to men 17-22 years of age and women 15-21, awards scholarships to the first and second place winners in the male and female competitions. First prize is $6OO with $3OO as second prize. These scholarships are made possible by two women’s service clubs. Quota and Zonta. Thir...