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Page B2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
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Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
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Tests for Laetrile [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Tests for Laetrile Editorial For nearly 25 years, Laetrile’s defenders have insisted that this extract of apricot pits and bitter almonds is a useful agent in combating human cancers. Its detractors, including the bulk of the medical and scientific community, contend that Laetrile is worthless in treating cancer or anything else. In the absence of conclusive testing and medical studies, the debate would probably continue indefintely. Meanwhile, cancer patients who use Laetrile as well as those who don’t might never know whether their treatment regimens were accordingly enhanced or compromised. The logical way to resolve the Laetrile debate is so obvious we can only wonder why it has taken a quarter of a century for the U.S, Food and Drug Administration and the National Cancer Institute to agree on a comprehensive program of tests. Both have rejected all past claims made on Laetrile’s behalf. But neither the FDA’s ban on the importation or interstate shipment of Laetrile nor the Nati...
Politics in the budget [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Politics in the budget California taxpayers have no quarrel with budget-cutting efforts in Sacramento, as evidenced in their recent approval of tax and spending limitation initiatives. But hacking at budgets to economize and hacking at budgets to punish political adversaries are not the same. Aids to Gov. Brown have said that the budget for Attorney General George Deukmejian would be cut by $1 million because the attorney general had refused to provide legal representation to some state agencies. Deukmejian insists that his refusal relected his belief that the two agencies in question were on the wropg side of the legal issue. He said the cut in funds for his office would prevent hiring of new narcotics agents to investigate and prosecute drug dealers in a problem that grows ‘'even more serious. ” To a public that wants economies and vigorous law enforcement, it seems that better communication between the Republican attorney general and the Democratic governor could be the solution....
Affairs of Slate Brown plans new corrections agency [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Affairs of Slate Brown plans new corrections agency By Fred W. Kline Capitol News Service SACRAMENTO (Capitol )-The decision by the Brown Administration to form a cabinet-level corrections agency means that Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. has bowed to legal and political pressure, But whatever the reason, the decision will probably mean more effective administration of the corrections system in California, at least in the next administration, If that sounds cynical, that’s because it is. We have little confidence that the Brown Administration is committed to tough administration of the prisons. His appointments to head the Department of Corrections and the California Youth Authority seemed to be based much more on political considerations than on a desire to appoint competent administrators. His legal affairs secretary is an old-line American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) attorney who once represented the Prisoners Union in litigation. His Health and Welfare Agency secretary has been more o...
How to address lawmakers [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
How to address lawmakers FEDERAL Edward R. Roybal (D-25th), 300 N. Los Angeles Street, Suite 7110, Los Angeles 90012 (688-4870); Washington address, House Office Building, Washington, D.C. i represents all of Northeast Ixis Angeles). o-o-o CITY Councilman Arthur K. Snyder, 14th district, field office 2036 Colorado (254-5295), City Hall office room 333, City Hall, 200 N. Spring Street (485-3335), (represents Eagle Rock, Lincoln Heights, El Sereno and part of Highland Park) 0-o*o Councilwoman Peggy Stevenson, 13th district, field office 5004 York Blvd., (485-5055), City Hall Room 317, (486-3353) (represents Glassell Park, part of Highland Park and Cypress Park)
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS 5420 NORTH FIGUEROA ST. Los Angeles, California 90042 Oran W. Asa. Publisher Fred D. Allen, Editor Issued Wednesday and Saturday afternoons ' Circulation Audited by V. A:C. Members of California Newspaper Publishers Association Suburban Newspapers of America Adjudicated by the Superior Court of Los Angeles County to publish legal advertising. News-Herald &amp; Journal Decree 380 081, Sentinel Decree 303 272, El Sereno Star Decree 716 2 02, Bulletin-News Decree 383 832
Let's Talk Sad plight of American dads [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Let's Talk Sad plight of American dads By Rev. W. Lee Truman Copley New s Service Father's will is under attack. Mothers are becoming liberated and children are rebelling against authority, and Dad’s job keeps him away from home at least eight hours a day, and many more hours if he drives to the inner city. As never before, old Dad needs to understand the pressures that are on him if he is helping to raise a modem family. What kind of a man is it that makes a good father? That is a question that no one asks. It once was that a man married, he worked hard, and he got his promotions. The children came, and he was the breadwinner and undisputed head of the family. If he wanted wome help he either talked to the pastor if he was a churchgoer, or checked with his cronies at the poker club or pub if he wasn’t. NO KING In truth, the man is no longer king of his castle, and in case you haven't caught on there is a court revolution going on. Father has been dethroned to the position of being ...
I.ofra I H irn Child claims him as long-lost father [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
I.o fra I H irn Child claims him as long-lost father By E.J. DEMSON, J.D. Copley News Service He had a brief, torrid affair with a married woman in a far country almost fogotten after nearly two decades. Now a child writes claiming to be his. What legal defense does he have? Q. I was in the Navy 18 years ago, stationed overseas, when 1 had an affair with a married woman. I have not heard from her since. Last week I got a letter from a nearly grown child, using my last name, claiming to be mine and asking for money. I feel no obligation toward this child, which may or may not be mine. What are the legalities involved? I live in New Jersey. Please answer in your column. 1 can't reveal my name. A. According to New Jersey statute (Tit. 9, C.2. Sec. 1-1) and in the other states, a mother of an under-18 illegitimate child is legally responsiblejor her child's support. She can compel assistance from the natural father by winning a filiation suit, but she must prove his paternity with clear...
Dateline Sacramento [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Dateline Sacramento Capitol News Service SACRAMENTO (Capitol)— Senate President pro Tempore James Mills, D-Chula Vista, has Joined Sen. Ruben Ayala, R-Chino, as a coauthor of Senate Bill 200 which would authorize construction of the Peripheral Canal in the SacramentoSan Joaquin Delta. Mills said the bill is a responsible attempt by a wide-ranging group of people to ease California’s water distribution problems. Mills added his name to “emphasize the importance of this bill and to encourage its rapid passage.” The Peripheral Canal is a planned 43-mile long, unllned canal which would originate at Hood, near Sacramento, taking Sacramento River water around the southeast edge of the Delta to pumps located at Tracy. v + 4* -f* . California State Employees Association (CSBA) has petitioned the California Supreme Court to release Inflation-relief funds which the legislature provided last summer through a veto override of Senate Bill 91. On November 29, the 3rd District Court of Appeal decl...
This Week In History [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
This Week In History CEZANNE BORN French Impressionist artist Petal! Cezanne was bom on Jan. 19,1639. STONEMAN FIGHTS Gen. George Stoneman on Jan. 19, 1871, began a winter campaign against the Apache Indians, who had been harassing whites in Arizona Territory. TRIBUNAL FORMED The International Military Tribunal for the Far Blast was set up on Jan. 19, 1946, to try Japanese leaders charged with war crimes. DEFENSE TREATY On Jan. 19,1960, the United States and Japan signed a mutual defenst treaty. CHRISTIAN KING Christian succeeded as King of Denmark and Norway on Jan. SSI, 1513, on the death of John I.
Page B4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
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Eagle Rock gets by Lincoln five, 57-52 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Eagle Rock gets by Lincoln five, 57-52 Lincoln’s Doug Romero scored a game high 26 points, grabbed six rebounds and handed off four assists, but the Tigers were beaten for the second time in two Northern League starts by the host Eagle Rock Eagles, 57-52, on Friday. The unbeaten Eagles travel to Belmont tonight for a showdown with the Northern League co-leaders set for 7 p.m., while Lincoln will be seeking to stay in contention for a possible play-off berth when the Tigers meet Franklin at home at 4 p.m. Eagle Rock hosts Wilson and Lincoln travels to Marshall in a pair A afternoon NL games on Friday at 4 p.m. Lincoln- took an early 16-11 first period lead, but the Eagles came right back to regain the lead for good at the intermission, 26-24. Kevin Bellinger led Eagle Rock with 17 points hitting nine of nine . . ' Sports , _ Vi; , ’ ■ Bob Guerrero Sports Editor attempts at the free throw line, while guard Steve Hiura added 14 points and Jerry Delos-Reyes popped in eight more points. ...
Hall leads with 18; Bulldogs heat Oxy [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Hall leads with 18; Bulldogs heat Oxy Forward Kevin Hall scored 18 glints and grabbed 10 rebounds and lake Withers added 14 more, but Occidental College’s basketball team fell to Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic foe the University of Redlands, 6,561, last Saturday night in Redlands. Hall, a NCAA Division HI track all-American, was seven of 11 from the field, but the Tigers had trouble penetrating the Redlands zone defense and got just one rebound from the center position as their SCIAC record dropped to 1-1. Oxy travels to Ducey Gym to meet the host Claremont-Mudd Sagehens tonight at 8 p.m. before stepping out of conference action on Saturday night at home against visiting Notre Dame College. Coach BUI Westphal’s Tigers were sizzling from the field in the first half hitting 13 of 23 attempts, 56.5 percent of their shots, before cooling off in the final 20 minutes. Oxy ended with a 52.2 percent' field goal average. The Tigers were also 13-14 at the line for the game.
High School Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
High School Schedule TODAY UA. City Section Eastern League Garfield at South Gate, 4 p.m. Jordan at Bell, 4 p.m. Huntington Park at Roosevelt, 8 pm. Northern League Wilson at Marshall. 4 p.m. Franklin at Lincoln, 4 p.m. Eagle Rock at Belmont. 7 p.m. Southern Section Rio Hondo League South Pasadena at San Marino, 3:15 p. La Canada at Temple City. 3; 15 p.m.' Bell Gardens at Duarte, 3:15 p.m. FRIDAY L. A. City Section Eastern League Roosevelt at Garfield, 4 pm. Bell at South Gate, 4 p.m. Huntington Park at Jordan. 4 p.m. Northern League Belmont at Franklin. 1 pm. Wilson at Eagle Hock.,4 p.m Lincoln at Marshall, 4 p.m. Southern Secton Caniino Real Leagu? Mary Star at Cantwell, 7:30 p.m. Scrra at Salealan. 7;30p.m. Verhum Dei at Murphy, 7:30 p.m. St. GenCvieve at St. Anthony. 7:30 p.. Rio Hondo League South Pasadena at La Canada, 8 p.m. Temple City at 801 l Gardens, B p.m. San Marino at Duarte, 8 pm Santa Fe League Chamlnade vs. Pater Noster at Cathedral. 8 p.m. Cathedral at Bosco Tech,...
Prep Cage Standings [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Prep Cage Standings L.A. City Eastern League WL PCTGB Jordan 2 0 1.000 - Bdl 2 0 1 000 - Roosevelt 1 1 .500 1 South Gate 1 1 .500 1 GarfleW I 2 .MO 2 Hunt. Park 0 2 .000 2 Northern League W L PCX GB Belmont 2 2 1.000 - Eagle Rock 2 0 1 000 Marshall 1 1 .500 1 Wibon 1 1 .500 1 Franklin 0 2 .000 2 Lincoln 0 2 .000 2 Southern Section Camion Heal League W L PCT GB Murphy 4 0 1.000 . Verbum Dei 4 0 1.000 SI. Anthony 3 1 .750 1 Serra 3 1. .750 1 Cantwell 2 3 .100 24 Salesiau 1 3 .250 3 Mary Star 0 4 .000 4 St. Genevieve 0 5 .000 44 Rio Hondo League W L PCT GB T\?mpleCUy 1 0 1.000 San Marino 1 0 1.000 ~ Duarte 1 0 1.000 Bell Gardens 0 1 .000 1 La Canada 0 1 .000 1 South Pasadena 0 1 .000 1 Santa Fie League W L PCT GB Chaminade 3 0 1.000 St. Monica 3 0 1.000 BeU-Jeff 2 1 .666 1 Boeco.ltocb 2 2 .500 1 4 LaSalle 1 3 .250 24 Cathedral II .250 24 Pater Noser.; 01 Ml
Dominguez beats CSLA [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Dominguez beats CSLA Sharpshooting Moke Hester scored 33 points, but the Cal State L.A. Diablos were beaten by visiting Cal State Dominguez Hills on Saturday night in a non-conference game, 96-88. The Diablos travel to Cal State Bakersfield for a Friday night CCAA match and then head for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo the following night. Both games are at 8 p.m. Hester was 15 of 26 from the floor against Dominguez Hills as the Diablos led 45-44 at the intermission before falling behind in the final 20 minutes.
Soccer play-offs get underway in L.A. City [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 16 January 1980
Soccer play-offs get underway in L.A. City Rain soaked field throughout the Los Angeles City Section-CIF were expected to be the sites of first round games as the 1979-’BO soccer championsip tournament finally got underway after a weeks delay yesterday afternoon. Wilson was added to the field as a wild card team after defeating Canoga Park, 1-0, last Tuesday at Grant High School. Alonso Evangelista headed the game's only goal into the net on a corner kick from teammate Mario Vasquez at the 21 minute mark of the special elimination contest for the final spot in the tournament field. That marked the second time the Mules faced a sudden death play-off after finishing in a tie for third place in the Northern League with Belmont. Wilson defeated Belmont, 4-0, on three goals from Vasquez and one from Gerado Granados in a game played Dec. 18, Grant’s Northern League champion Lancers (9-1-10) won an automatic berth going to the conference champion, while Franklin's Panthers (5-2-3) also qua...