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Five ELAC students honored [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Five ELAC students honored Five East Los Angeles College students have been honored by having their names published as part of the National Dean’s List, reports Manuel Rnqulllo, dean of student services. The National Dean’s List book is similar in nature to “Who’s Who” for collegians. The five were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements during their years at East Los Angeles College. All five were graduated from ELAC with honors in June 1979. Honored were Maria R. Bautista of Huntington Park; Vincent M. Chan of Monterey Park; Mary E. Moe of South Gate; David T.W. Pok of Alhambra and Penny Y. Wong, also of Alhambra. Ms. Bautista is a nursing major who won membership in the Alpha Gamma Sigma honor society and the Chancellor’s Award for a 3.5 or better grade point average during her two year studies. Chan, who was graduated Summa CunT Laude, majored in business and computer programming. He also won membership in Alpha Gamma Sigma and won the Faculty Award for the highes...
Student named to ‘Who’s Who’ [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Student named to ‘Who’s Who’ Steven Gould, son of Mr. and Mts. Daniel Gould of 23 Acadia Ave., Belvedere, Is one of 47 University of Denver students selected for Inclusion in the 1979 edition of “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." Gould, a senior hotel and restaurant management major, was on the student staff and on Student Advisory Council as treasurer at Centennial Towers (a residence hall at the University). He was also general manager for KAOS, the campus radio station. “Who’s Who” honorees are nominated by administration, faculty members, and campus organizations, with the final selection made by a representative committee of students, faculty, and staff. Students are Judged on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and extracurricular activities.
Student aid forms due on Feb. 11 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Student aid forms due on Feb. 11 A deadline, critical for many California students, lies Just ahead - Feb. 11 - the last day on which students may file an application for a 1980-81 Cal Grant to help with college or vocational school costs. The State-sponsored Cal Grant*, which help with tuition and other school expenses, are awarded to needy students just once a year and i.ie applications cannot be accepted, says Arthur S. Marmaduke, director of the California Student Aid Commission. Students who believe they would qualify for assistance, and expect to need it during the 1980-81 academic year, should apply now, according to Marmaduke. Filing A Cal Grant application means completion of a four-page family financial atatement, along with supplemental information on college and vocational school plans. Because the State's student financial aid is awarded on the basis of scholastic achievement as well as financial need, a school administrator’s signature attesting to the student’s grade ...
Valentine’s dance Feb. 14 in Montebello [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Valentine’s dance Feb. 14 in Montebello A special holiday Valentines dance will be held Friday, February 15, 1930, 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at St. Benedicts Hail, 10th and Cleveland in Montebello. This dance is being sponsored by Montebello Stars, specifically, the Stars American Legion Post 272 ball club, to raise funds for uniform tops for the 1960 summer baseball season. The Armenta Brothers will be supplying the music. Dance tickets, priced at $3 per person advanced sale, are available, and can be purchased by calling the following people; Joe Juarez, 726-0347, Aggie Ceballos. 728-7965, and Dolores Perez at 722-2563. Dance tickets sold at the door will be $4 per person.
‘Get high on life’ program at Salazar [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
‘Get high on life’ program at Salazar Salazar Park is now accepting applications for its spring program on “Get High on Life.” Youngsters between the ages of 8 and 13 may Join the program. The program helps children build self-esteem through recreational and social activities. Part of the program also relates to drug awareness. The “Get High on Life” program is sponsored by the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation. Children will be placed In three different age categories. Each group is responsible for planning their own activities. Following is a list of some of their activities: 1) explore the community 2) work on arts and crafts 3) play sports 4) learn about nature and ecology 9) go on field trips and 8) plan other interesting activities. The club meets Monday through Friday after school. For further information, call Jose Ramirez at Salazar Park. The phone number Is 2844807.
Dental health week at Marianna School [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Dental health week at Marianna School Marianna Elementary School will promote the observance of Dental Health Week, this week. To head off the promotion, each classroom will design a poster depicting this year's theme; "Smile America, Brighten the 80's." These posters will be displayed throughout the school along with other posters donated by the California Dental Association. As part of the observance, Feb. 6 has been designated as "Sugarless Wednesday.” The school cafeteria will cooperate by providing a sugar-free lunch on that day. PUPPET SHOWS Activities highlighting the observance of Dental Health Week will include a puppet show for all children In grades kindergarten through the fourth grade, and a film titled “The Haunted Mouth” for all children in grades five and six. The Woman’s Dental Auxiliary Club will be presenting both the puppet show and the film on Friday, February (th. Following the school activities, each child will be presented with a free dental kit provided by t...
Page A6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
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Bulldog Notes [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Bulldog Notes by Gregg Seacock The second semester has begun. We’d like to welcome new teachers: Lenore Patterson, who comes to the English Department; Jeffrey Garcia, who takes the place of Brian Wallace who has moved temporarily to the East Field office to work on bilingual programs; and Willar Yamaguichi, who replaced Doming ues Rangel-Torres, who has gone over to Wilson. We also would like to announce what new courses have opened up this semester. The Science Dept, is offering a course in Outdoor Living to be taught by Toby Manzanares. This course will involve camping expeditions. We have Advanced Communications, and an Algebra 1A for those who have done well in High School Math and for those who have failed this course last semester. The Business Department is offering a specialized twoperiod course that will have students carrying out much of the typing for school business. This will be not only a huge help to teachers, but also to students who want to do significant work. Thi...
Crippled Children's Seals [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Crippled Children's Seals Supervisor Ed Edolmon accepts a packet of Crippled Children's Seals from 1960 Poster Children Heidi Thompson of Norwalk and Taded Frayre of East Los Angeles. Actress Moriette Hartley (left) is chairperson of the 1980 Crippled Children s Society fundraising campaign. Heidi and Tadeo helped launch this year's fund drive with the special presentation to the Board of Supervisors at the Board s January 22 meeting. The Crippled Children's Society offers services to handicapped children and adults in Los Angeles County.
Teacher moving to Las Vegas [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Teacher moving to Las Vegas The Garfield faculty and administration gave a standing ovation to Eleanore Schwimmer at their last Christmas party. After serving 23 years teaching social studies at GHS she was now going to leave the area with her husband and set up a new life in Las Vegas where he will retire while she continues to teach. Ms. Schwimmer, who graduated from Cal State LA., worked as a student teacher at Garfield from February to June of 1957. The next year she was asked to join the staff. Ms. Schwimmer has seen the changes in education at Garfield from that year of Sputnik’s ascent which signalled a push for higher academics, through the late ’6os when programs diversified with a variety of electives relevant to students’ interests, up to the present with the move back to basics. She has also observed great changes in the community during these years. And, as a serious teacher, she has kept up with ail these changes having taken bicultural, bilingual classes and sessions ...
Happenings at county parks [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
Happenings at county parks A Mexican-Spanish dance class Is being offered at Belvedere Park by Maria Elena Barba. She will be teaching Intermediate and advanced dance lessons to young people and adults. Barba is formerly with the dance company of Ballet Folklorico Mexicapan, and has taught at various parks throughout the county. Class sessions are on Wednesday, 6-8 p.m. Registration fees are $l3 for 10 weeks, and are payable on the first day of class. SALAZAR PARK A similar class will be offered by Marina Elena Barba at Salazar Park, 3864 Whittier Blvd., with registration dates Feb. 15 and 22 after 3 p.m. The class will begin on March 1, and is open to children between the ages of 6-12. A registration fee of $lO is being charged for the 10-week class. Time will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. OBREGON PARK Registration is still open for classes at Obregon Park. The following classes are being offered: Crocheting, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Monday; leathercraft, 1 to 3 p.m., Tuesday; macrame, 1 to...
Page A7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
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Page A7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
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Page A8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 6 February 1980
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