Elephind.com contains 7,128 items from Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
100 th birthday for Mary Angulo [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
100 th birthday for Mary Angulo Mary Angulo celebrated her 100 th birthday on Jan 31, complete with birthday cake, gifts and flowers from friends and relatives who celebrated at Buena Vista Convaleascent Hospital, 1011 So. Record Ave. Miss Angulo celebrated by doing a TV interview as she cut the birthday cake. She was born in Guayamas, Sonora*, Mexico, and came to the United States in 1913. She lived in West LA for a number of years. She made her living as a seamstress, arid at one time taught piano. She has many nieces and nephews. Her personal physician at the home is Dr. Louis Bascoy. "Hard work, respect for. others and friends are" important, but good health is most important, along with prayers, to lead a good life", in the opinion of the eastside's new centenarian.
MAPA holds Workers can still executive monev jn [RA board session r J [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
MAPA holds Workers can still executive mone v j n [ RA board session r J The Mexican-American Political Association (M.A.P.A.) statewide organizatiori, held its quarterly state executive board meeting on Saturday, Feb. 2 at the CSO building on First and Chicago Sts. A luncheon was held at The Parrilla Restaurant on Brooklyn Avenue, where Amy Ibarra, President of M.A.P.A. 56th A.D. presented Oscar Uzeta and Joe Hernandez of Uzeta Jeep on Atlantic Blvd. with a special certificate of appreciation for their support and civic spirit. The award was accepted by Jose Salazar. Several presidential candidates’ representatives were present and spoke on behalf of the candidates. Among them were Irene Tovar who spoke on behalf of Governor Jerry Brown and Mr. Hupp, who spoke on behalf of George Bush. Members of other hispanic organizations were also present at the meeting. Qualified workers may still make 1979 contributions to their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA’s) until Tuesday, Aprtil 15,...
Couple welcomes daughter [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
Couple welcomes daughter David and Coty Alvarez welcomed a new baby daughter shortly after midnight, Feb. 11, at Beverly Hospital in Montebello. The first addition to the family was named Veronica and tipped the scales at 6 lbs, 2 ozs. Both mother and new daughter are in good condition. Both are well known in the East area. He is associated with Monterey Realty and she has served as Secretary at the Pan-American National Bank. Also accepting congratulations are grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Alvarez, founder of Monterey Realty. The new father David, is a member of the Belvedere Rotary Club.
Vikki Carr scholarship applications [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
Vikki Carr scholarship applications Singer Vikki Carr, who has awarded more than $100,009 in scholarship grants to 101 young Mexican-Amerieans since establishing her Vikki Carr Scholarship Foundation in 1970, this week opened her tenth annual program, with applications to be accepted through April 1. Originally announced as one annual award of $lOOO, Miss Carr’s scholarship grants, financed by her own concert and recording career, have ranged from $250 to as high as $l5OO a year, to assit qualified young Mexican-Americans of limited means to attend the colleges or universities of their choice. Again in 1980, Miss Carr will make the scholarship assistance available to California boys and girls between the ages of 17 and 22, for “contribution to school, community, or the community at large, expressing the highest level of citizenship”. Official application blanks may be obtained by writing to the Vikki Carr Scholarship Foundation, Box 5126, Beverly Hills 90210, and enclosing a selfadd...
Vocational education week [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
Vocational education week Councilman Art Snyder presents to students from Jackson High School a proclamation slating that this week is Vocational Education week in the city. Shown are (seated, from left) Eddie Grinner, Donald Johnson, Jose Jiminez, Dolfino Quiroz and Alva Sainz; also (standing, from left) Dario Garcia, Richard Trison, Leon Johnson, Jose Gutierrez, Steve Barragan, John McLeary, Barry Lampke and principal Ruben Holguin.
Page A6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
PUBLIC NOTICES (Belvedere Citizen) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FEBRUARY 7, UM DEPT. OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL 9350 FLAIR DR., SUITE 204 EL MONTE. CA 91731 . To Whom II May Concern: Subject to issuance of the license applied for, notice is hereby given that the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic leverages at the premises, described as follows: 112 N. Gage Avenue, lx&gt;s Angeles, CA 90022. Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned is applying to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for Issuance of an alcoholic beverage license (or licenses) for these premises as follows: OFF SALE BEER &amp; WINE. (Names of Applicant) MENDOZA, Alfonso Salazar &amp; MORAGA, I&gt;eonard Pub.: Feb. 13.1980. (Belvedere Citizen- N86413) NOTICE ON HEARING TO CONDUCT BILLIARD ROOM Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the las Angeles County Business License Commission to conduct BILLIARD ROOM. ADDRESS OF...
Page A6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
JOURNAL Published Eoory Thursday NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS HOME OFFICE 5420 NORTH FIGUEROA LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90042 EASTSIDE OFFICE 3590 E. Fhsl Si Loi Anffltes, California 90063 Phono 264-1431 ALBERTO C. "AL"OIAZ EDITOR 6 PUBLISHER Member CNPA ond Los Angeles Newspaper Service Bureau General circulation newspaper adjudicated by the Superior Court of Los Angeles County to publish legal advertising of every description. Eastside Jour nol Decree 429154. Adjudicated July 7, 1938. This newspaper is not responsible for return of unsolicited manuscripts or photographs. A subsidiary ot Northeast Newspapers. SUBSCRIPTION 1 YEAR $3O
Page A6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS EAST GROUP BELVEDERE CITIZEN A LEGAL NEWSPAPER 1980 PehßshW Ivtry WsAsssAsy 3J901. Rrst It. Us Angsbs, CdHsmte 9006) Pkses: 264 14)1 MBIKTOC. "Al” DIAZ Utter A PvMslisr C«W. A Us Angeles Newspaper Service Bereae General circulation newspaper adjudicated by the Superior Court of Los Angeles County to publish legal advertising of every description. Belvedere Citlxen Decree No. 590153; Adjudicated October 24, 1951. This newspaper is not responsible for return of unsolicited manuscripts or photographs. Circulation Audited by VAC Subscriptions $lB.OO/6-months (Belvedere Citizen N-86420) LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL HEARING ON HUD GRANT TO CITY City Council members at their meeting on February 19. 1980 at 10 a m. In the Council Chambers of City Hall wilt consider the City’s 1980-81 Application for Housing and Community Development Block Qrant (CDBG) funds. Under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act. the Application describes the City’s proposed and ongoing...
Mayor signs item-pricing late [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
Mayor signs item-pricing late Things went easier the second time around for the item-pricing ordinance sparked by a motion by Councilwoman Peggy Stevenson, as the city council approved the new law 12-0. Mayor Tom Bradley signed the measure Friday at a special ceremony with Mrs, Stevenson in attendance, and so the law will take effect 30 days after legal publication. Original intent of the Stevenson motion had been to ban all together the use of computer scanners to calculate prices, with resultant elimination of item pricing. However, council action last Week amended the ordinance to allow for a test of the computer scans at 15 of the 49 markets in the city which currently have them. Insofar as possible, the test would be designed so that one market in each council district has the scanners. COMMITTEE An industry-consumer committee, appointed by Mayor Tom Bradley, will oversee the year-long test, which will be conducted at the expense of the market owners. Shoppers at the test marke...
Boyle Heights Center offers new classes [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
Boyle Heights Center offers new classes A new series of special classes have been scheduled for the Boyle Heights Senior Adult Center, 2839 E. Third Street Offered Mondays at 9 a.m. is sewing, crafts and crocheting, with instructor Margarita Alvarez. For more information, call 2619553. On Tuesdays at 1 p.m., folklorlc class is taught by Enrique Contreras. Also Tuesday, from 1 to 3 p.m., art classes are taught by Alicia Palmer. Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m., cake decorating class is offered, by teacher Rose Kraft. At 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Contreras offers a folkloric class, as he does on Friday at Ip.m. For more information, call 264-5757.
Social Security p Make retirement plans now [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
Social Security p Make retirement plans now zr— By Irene Lopez People planning to retire this year should be making serious plans for the event right now. One of the things they should do is apply for their social security retirement benefits. A person who applies for retirement checks 2 or 3 months before his or her retirement date can be sure that checks will begin when earnings from work stop. Before applying, a person should get certain information and evidence together. This will help speed the application process. Here is what Is needed: Worker’s social security card or record of social security number. —Birth certificate or church record of birth or baptism recorded before ages. —W-2 form tor 1979 or copy of 1979 selfemployment tax return, and the amount of their earnings for 1980. If the worker’s husband or wife also plans to apply tor benefits, he or she should have the same information. EVIDENCE A person should not delay applying just because he or she does not have aU the...
‘Mexican Oil’ topic for show [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
‘Mexican Oil’ topic for show “Presente!” offers a historical view of the development of Mexico’s oil and the relations between the United States and Mexico in “Mexican Oil; Past, Present and Future," Saturday, Feb. 23 (4 to 4:30 p.m.), on KCET, Channel 28. Richard Thomsen narrates. The first of two programs on the subject of Mexican oil, the program reviews the influx of foreign companies, the effects of the Mexican Revolution, and Mexico’s expropriation of the foreign oil companies in 1938. Also examined is the amount of oil in Mexico, where the major fields are located, Mexico’s plans for using the oil, and unemployment, trade and border problems that are often linked to the question of the U.S. purchase of Mexican oil. Included is an analysis of the current state of Mexico’s oil industry,, future trends in oil, and international relations. GRANT “Mexican Oil: Past, Present and Future," produced by WKAR-TV In cooperation with the Latin ' American Studies Center and the Global Stud...
Nurses" aide training offered [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
Nurses" aide training offered The Nurse’s Aide Training component of the East Los Angeles Health Task Force (ELAHTF) has 22 openings for men and women to be trained as nurse's aides. Accepted participants will receive 12 weeks of intensive training, the 12 weeks consist of sis weeks of classroom instruction and the remaining sis weeks will be spent working in a hospital environment. In order to be eligible for nurse’s aide training participants must live in the following areas; East Los Angeles, Alhambra, Bell, Bell Gardens, City of Commerce, Cudahy, South Pasadena, San Gabriel, South San Gabriel and Maywood. AppUcation deadline is scheduled for Feb. 29, funds for this training are provided by Los Angeles County CETA (Comprehensive Employment Training Act). For more information on bow to apply call (213) 268-3206. Soap was absolutely unknown until about the i»oinnino of the Christian Era,
Page A7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
How to fly a kite I .♦ Always use dry string, wood and paper in your kite. “ Never use wire or any metallic* material. 3. Don't fly your kite in the rain 4* Don’t cross streets or highways when kite flying. 6 •J* Always fly your kite away from TV and radio antennas. *♦ Always fly your kite far from power lines! Don't try to retrieve kites caught in power lines! Southern California Edison COW Ml w «»!»S ( i#n»oi» SPECIALS THURSDAY THRU WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14TH THRU FEBRUARY BOTH. 2432 BROOKLYN AVL-Hr. Soto 3425 WHITTIER ftVDJr. Loren SI viestpac FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS •CUT CORN • SWEET PEAS • MIXED VEGETABLES 20 OZ.BAG. ° i FonSons VISIT FARMS nil CWNML ISLANDS BUD., OXHMO. C*Uf 4831 WHITTIER BIVOJr. Ferris 2SB W. WHITTIER BLVO, MONTEBELIO