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Deadlock on change in busing [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
Deadlock on change in busing The school board deadlocked 3-3 Monday night on the question of allowing students who have ridden the buses in the integration program for the past three semesters to return to their regular schools this semester. The deadlock was on an emergency motion to approve the return of the students with start of classes this week, but it is likely the same split will develop next week when the motion comes up again. The matter came up when parents of Hale Junior High students who had been bused in the program said that the district’s original integration plan called for only three consecutive semesters of busing for students traveling further than 45 minutes a day. Board members Bobbi Fiedler, Roberta Weintraub and Richard Ferraro agreed, and submitted a motion to that effect. MID-YEAR The board’s chief integration lawyer, Jerry Halverson, agreed that this was contained in the original plan, but said district integration officials had decided against making mid-...
Seniors can waive fees at Gal State [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
Seniors can waive fees at Gal State Senior citizens who are 60 years of age or older and are legal residents of California can now attend California State University. Los Angeles, without payment of major fees. Dr. James M. Rosser, President of Cal State L.A., announced that the University had received authority to imp'ement the senior citizen fee waiver program, and that up to 45 men and women would be admitted during 1980. The new program, approved by the Board of Trustees of The California State University and Colleges, will permit Cal State L. A. to waive entirely the application fee (*25), the student services fee (148) and the instructionally related activities fee ($3). Three other fees are substantially reduced: senior citizens will pay $1 each for the student body fee, the student union fee, and the health facilities fee. Additionally, there is a onetime fee of *4 for a student identification card. APPLICATIONS Senior citizens seeking admission under the program must file a...
Election will fill vacant board post [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
Election will fill vacant board post One of the quieter election campaigns in recent city history comes to a close next Tuesday when some, of the voters of the Los Angeles School District will select a seventh member for the Board of Education. Some of the voters will do the selection, because no one expects a significant percentage of registered voters to cast their ballots in the runoff between attorney Tom Bartman and city commissioner Alberto Juarez. City clerk Rex I,ayton has predicted a turnout of from 15 to 20 percent, and others are speculating that the total vote could be as low as 10 percent. Partly, this is due to the unusual Feb. 5 date for the election, and the fact that no other issues of substance are on the ballot, through the city has tacked on some city charter amendments of little impact.. AMENDMENTS Amendments 1 and 2 would allow candidates for school board and city elective offices to use one petition form instead of two when collecting signatures for a spot on ...
Name new Belvedere principal [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
Name new Belvedere principal Salvador Gonzales, a former assistant principal at Belvedere Junior High and a graduate of the school, was last week named as the, school’s principal for the spring semester. Gonzales, who was assistant principal at Wilmington Junior High, replaces Tomots'u Ikeda, who has been sent to Adams Junior High as principal. The school district originally planned to transfer Adams principal Ophelia Flores to Belvedere, where she had previously served as assistant principal, but objections were raised by Belvedere parents and staff members. After the protests were received, the school board met in executive session and reportedly decided to assign Flores to a. nonschool post. ASSIGNMENT James Taylor, an aide to Superintendent William J. Johnston, said Monday that Flores has been assigned to curriculum development in the central administrative office for bilingual education. He said the post was probably going to be a one semester assignment. Taylor had earlier tol...
City grant program attacked [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
City grant program attacked The city's block grant program for spending of federal funds came under attack last week from two different sources. The Ix)s Angeles Center for Law and Justice filed . suit in federal court, challenging the decision to reduce public service funding in East Los Angeles this year by 80 percent. The suit charged violation of various federal rules, including the Civil Rights Acts and the sth and 14th Amendments to the constitution and asked that public service funding be maintained at the 1978-79 level. The suit" also requested that the city be ordered not to use its 1977 population, employment and housing survey in further applications for federal funds, calling the survey defective. POPULATION According to the complaint, the city survey estimated that population in Boyle Heights and El Sereno had decreased by 3.3 percent, while the city planning department estimated a 118 percent increase in population in Boyle Heights since 1970. The complaint also' state...
NASA California photos donated to Cal State LA [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
NASA California photos donated to Cal State LA A series of unique aerial photographic missions conducted by NASA in which the space agency photographed virtually every part of California have resulted in thousands of color and color infared photos, many of which have been donated to the Department of Geography and Urban Studies at California State University, Los Angeles. Clement Padick, Associate Professor of Geography at Cal State L.A., said the NASA imagery covers much of California including the coast, the central valley, Northern California, the desert area, and large segments of mountain ranges. NASA catalogs and index reports of the missions accompany the photos. "When people think of NASA,” sadi Professor Padick "Most think of moon shots and space programs. But over the past decade, the agency has become very much Involved in earth-orientated programs.” The aerial images of California will become part of a growing collection in the university’s Department of Geography and Ur...
Basic course offered at Rafu Center [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
Basic course offered at Rafu Center A new course for persons who want to improve their reading, writing and arithmetic will begin Feb. 5 at Rafu, the Roosevelt-Bi-lingual Day Center, at 202 N. Saratoga St The class will begin Tuesday, February 5 at 9 a.m. Class meetings will be on Tuesday and Thursdfy mornings from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. Jess Heredia, an outstanding teacher in adult education, will be the teacher. For more information call Roosevelt-Bilingual at 263-9388 or Rafu Center at 263-6673. Any adult may enroll by coming to class at Rafu.
Sweetheart dance set Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
Sweetheart dance set Saturday With the year 1980 designated as Leap Year a ‘Sweetheart’ dance will be held on Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Sacred Heart High School, Griffin and Baldwin Streets. Site of the dance will be the school's spacious auditorium from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music for the dance will be provided by the Armenia Bros, and their orchestra, playing favorites of yesteryear. Popular prices will prevail. For information call Linda Gune) at 2212476.
Ballot Issues [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
Ballot Issues In the Feb. 5 special election, two candidates are running for the open seat on the Board of Education. Tom Bartman, San Fernando Valley attorney, has gained considerable fame over the past few years as the attorney for the Bustop organization, which is fighting the mandatory busing plan in Los Angeles. He has the support of three board members Bobbi Fielder, Richard Ferraro and Roberta Weintraub and has pledged to provide a fourth vote to try to end mandatory busing. Bartman has also identified as areas of concern an Impending financial crisis for the district, overcrowding of schools and instituting accountability in education for teachers and administrators. Alberto Juarez, former director of the One-Stop Immigration Center, is a Highland Park resident and is employed as a legal office manager. He currently serves as president of the Civil Service Commission for the city. Juarez has the backing of the three remaining board members Kathleen Rice, John Greenwood and R...
IRS Misconceptions can cause worry [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
IRS Misconceptions can cause worry Over the years, many taxpayers have come to believe as fact many misconceptions about the Internal Revenue Service. With the income tax season quickly approaching, these misconceptions may again cause taxpayers needless apprehension and worry. According to Patricia McCann, a Branch Chief in the Los Angeles District Taxpayer Service Division, the following misconceptions are particularly common in the Southern Califorhiaarea: —Using the peel-off address label will trigger an audit. The coding on the label actually Just speeds Up processing. It helps in identifying taxpayer and the kind of forms contained in the tax package they ificeive; it is not an audit indicator. —Once audited, always audited. IRS makes a special effort NOT to keep auditing the same people over and over. In fact, IRS has a special program called the Repetitive Audit Procedure, the purpose of which is to see to it that no taxpayer is audited two years in a row on the same issue w...
Student workers needed . [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 30 January 1980
Student workers needed . Student workers who can work at least four hours a day are needed by the Juvenile traffic division of Los Angeles County Superior Court, Frank S. Zolin, court executive officer, announced today. Requirements are graduation from high school or its equivalant, a year’s recent office clerical experience and a typing speed of 48 words per minute. The pay is $4 55 to $5 66 an hour. Information and applications are available from the court personnel division, Room 226-B, Central Courthouse, 111 N. Hill St., telephone 974-5444.