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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
AUTOMOBILES, NEW AND USED 97 J ■ v , p/ ; ;|SSO \’ TURN TO SAVE! * NEW* 'BO FORD PINTO PONY 2 DOOR A speed, wheel covers, disc brakes, radio, heater, tinted glass. (OT10A149130) STICKER PRICE $4419.00 SALE PRICE *4166“ • NEW 79 FIESTA 3 DOOR HATCHBACK Disc brakes, heavy duty package, radio, heater, moldings &amp; carpeting, (82699) STICKER PRICE $4891 SALE PRICE PROMPT FINANCING *4595 LOW MILEAGE RECONDITIONED CARS 1 1979 FORD GRANADA 4 DR. GHIA 302. V 8, automatic, pow,f steering, power brakes, tlit wheel, vinyl roof. IStk. 6301) *5995 ALL CARS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE - PLUS TAX, LICENSE &amp; TRANSFER FEE WINNER OF FORD MOTOR CO.’s HIGHEST AWARD AWARD WINNING SERVICE &amp; PARTS DEPT. WE CARRY ALL OUR OWN CONTRACTS 1979 FORD GRANADA 4 DOOR 302. V-8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air. (Stk. 6384) (816 WEB) $ 4995 Rrdr.lhll.lrJß.llk % m ■ % ■ I Dodger RxSFadium PRICES GOOD THRU 2715/80 H.Broadwar REAL ESTATE, East Los Angeles ■■■■■■Lhhi ★ ★ NO DOWN ★...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
REAL ESTATE, SAN 6ABREL VALLEY 65 I REAL ESTATE, SAN GABRIEL VALLEY 65 I II I I CASA DE RENTA? PARA QUE PAGAR RENTA? Me|or lo que pago de rente pagelo en el abono de su case. CON POCO enganch© usted puede comprar una casa de IRES o CUATRO RECAMARAS, con dos banos, en el nuevo progromo de F.H.A. Quolquier persona puede Icombrar no neceslto sor ciudadano o resident©. Pueden comprar dos hermanos. a papa e hljos. o Icompodres. o anque seen 2 amigos, o si usted es veterano no necesito ongancho. Llamenos para M jjj mos informacion. AGENTE 918-45311 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 11:30-3:30 1176 N. Oilman City Terrace Large 3 bedroom home with family room for the big family in quiet area. Close to school, market &amp; transportation. SE HABLA ESPANOL Agent 918-4531 SALE OF THE WEEK 4 BEDROOM ft DEN Only $53,000 SE HABEA ESPANOL Agent 918-4531 VETERANS SPECIAL Low down payment. Large 4 bedroom, 1% bath plus POOL and 2 cor garage. $67,000 closing cost only. SE HABLA ESPANOL AGENT 9184531 Large Fa...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
WANTED TO RENT 68 FREE TO LANDLORDS TENANT REFERRAL 728-5973 ROOMS FOR RENT 69 «l«. UNFURNISHED ROOM. Utllltiefi paid. Ideal for couple. Casa Grande 256-0677 APARTMENTS &amp; FLATS, FURNISHED 72 $125, 1 BEDROOM apt. Pet 0.K., partially furnished. Casa Grande 28*4677 APARTMENTSA FLATS, UNFURNISHED 73 1115, BACHELOR apt. Carpets, □ear bin A abope. CuiOm*-«MB7 $2OO 1 Bedroom Apt. 2639 E. First St. 263-8762 MB MO. Lower, decorated 2 Neat White large newly edroam apt. Memorial SMALL apt. for 1 person only 261-6010 HOUSES. FURNISHED 75 1115, Z BEDROOM home. Baby OK. Private parking Caaa Grande—Z^MTT HOUSES, UNFURNISHED 76 PM-E.L.A. Large I bedroom borne, yard, carpeta. Klda O.K. Broker 7ZM173 SZM-E.L.A. Large t bedroom bonae. patio, (eared yard. Broker 7ZM»73 WAS-HUNTINGTON PARK, Large I bedroom + yard, pallo. Klda. O.K. Broker CLASSIFIED BRING FAST RESULTS PHONE 264-1431
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
HOUSES. UNFURNISHED 7S DUPLEX ★ ★ Lovely. cleori, carpeted, 1 bedroom duplex, large kitchen, separate eating area, walk-in closets, service porch, garage, fenced yard, close to school, child OK, Working couple only. s2soper mo 3507V5 I. 53rd Sf. See manager 6 pm. any day, (Including Sunday) at the apt. or call 927-3531 or 269-1311 $lOO. utilities pad Unfurnished room $1 lb apt near bus &amp; shops sl?b. 1 bedroom apt furnished slbo. 1 bedroom house Good nea sl7b. 1 bedroom house. Kids yard sl7b. 2 bedroom house, baby, yard $2OO. 2 bedroom house. Kids, yard $2 7b. 3 bedroom hoose, Kids $350. 4 bedroom house. Kids yard $3 7b, 4 bedroom house, carpet, fenced. R E. BROKERS Hoblomos Esponol CASA GRANDE 266-0677 3607 Whittier Bbd.. LA. 1 Block W. of Indiana fltt-SO. GATE, 1 built- Ins.. Kids A pets O.K. Broker 728-073 SI66—SINGLE • built-ins, carpets ft drapes. Broker 726073 1206-BELL GARDENS. 2 bedroom bouse, yard. Kids O.K. Broker 726-073 S2BS—BELL GARDENS, spacious duplex + yar...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
HOUSES, UNFURNISHED 76 w *HOME RENTALS* REAL ESTATE BROKERS 1145-fumWwd Unßta Apt SlMMHnUnitwt Pmk, I bedream II7S-I badreom how, jetd. iITO-Compten, hows*. fenced f»nJ. JIIS-ML Now, fenced fi’d. siss-it tWO-Hnntington Perk, hog so, »»rd. $235-7 bod room, fa«Ro. $235-2 bod room, buiftmv HABLAMOS ESPANOI 728-5973 6514 E. Whittier ‘/* Block W. Of GarfieM LA. 90022 $275, 3 BEDROOM house. Kids ok. Carpets, parking. Casa Grande WMB77 PM, 2 BEDROOM house. Kids, carpet, yard. Casa Grande—2*B4677 1175, 2 BEDROOM bouse. Baby ok. Private parking. Casa Grande 2*64677 fist, 1 BEDROOM bouse. Good urea. Near shops A bus. Casa Grande-26*4677 Duplex 2v, bedrooms, dining room, living room, new carpeting, recently painted, parking A yard. $450 a mo. 1406 $. Ctela 280-9657 2 BEDROOM. Mature persons preferred. Call after 5 p.m. 928*213 MISCELLANEOUS &amp; ANTIQUES 82 KIRBY Vacuum, still boxed. Cleans shags, attachments. Unused. 1189. 781-8294 HIGHLIGHTS The Book For Children As low as ft 3 a ye...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 13 February 1980
BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES, SCOOTERS 90 1974-XLIOO HONDA Motorcycle - $250 262-4642 AUTOMOBILES WANTED 9S JUNK CARS WANTED Top Dollar sss FREE TOWING 223-3851 AUTOS, NEW &amp; USED 97 SALES OR LEASING 1980 MODELS 280 TX's, KING CABS' 310 GX's, 200 SX Lowest Prices Financing available up to 60 mo. For information call: Al Garcia 771.7888 TED BLOCK DATSUN 1840 E. GARVEY fIVE. (whete Gawtj Bhrd. &amp; Azusa meet.) MSI COVINA 331-8241 ALHAMBRA DATSUN TtM E. MAIN ST. A 1 HAM BRA aWKlfll - Se Vende de sn primer dueno a Ud. STATION WAGON moddo 75, Balck. 4 puertas «n muy buena* condidoneft, Ilaatas, radio, aire acondictooado y mi interior magoilico. Informadon en d telefooo. (213)685-4130
School integration Court sessions will resume [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
School integration Court sessions will resume The plantiffs in the school integration case will have a chance to present their side when court sessions resume on Feb. 25 before Judge Paul Egly. The school district completed its presentation of witnesses with Dr. James S. Coleman, of the University of Chicago, a leading authority on school integration, who supported the district’s contention that more can be accomplished through the use of an all-voluntary plan in Los Angeles. Coleman supported projections made by Dr. David Armor that white flight is increased through use of mandatory plans, but under crossexamination said he has made no study of the amount of white flight produced by all-voluntary plans. The district will be providing additional written material to the Judge to buttress its presentation on the allvoluntary plan, which has been simplified in the’ court presentation, to include three elements only: magnet schools, permits with transportation and educational complexes....
Meeting on home buying [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Meeting on home buying Supervisor Ed Edelman has invited East Los Angeles area residents to a conference entitled “Know . Your Eights: Home Buying and Home Improvements,” sponsored by the state Office of Fair Lending on March 1 at East Los Angeles College from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The conference will include workshops on topics such as how to get a loan, interest rates, lower interest loan programs, and avoiding foreclosure and home improvement rip offs, Edelman said. “I am pleased to see this kind of practical in-' formation being brought directly to the community,” Edelman said. encouraging all interested persons to attend. "Such information is vital to homeowners and prospective buyers, especially during the current critical housing shortage faced by la)s Angeles County,” he added. Edelman said that housing-related issues are once again his top priority this year. I,ast year, the Supervisor, in conjunction with East L.A. community organizations and United California Bank, initiate...
Science Day scheduled March 21 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Science Day scheduled March 21 Murchison Street School will hold its annual Super Science Day on March 21, with participation from schools throughout the East Los Angeles area. As in the three previous years, the students will participate in workshops and receive lectures on aspects of science. Among the agencies which will be participating are the Museum of Science and Industry, the American Cetacean Society, Civil Air Patrol, East LA Science Center, City Department of Animal Regulation, City Zoo, Pierce College, Southern California Gas Company, the Tree People and the Elsa Wild Animal Appeal. Local schools taking part include Ford Blvd., Fourth Street, Sierra Park, Hammel Street, Sheridan Street, Dacotach, Bushnell Way, Ann Streey, Lane, Utah Street, Griffin Ave., Second Street, Kennedy, Glen Alta, Glasselt Park and Monte Vista.
Council members visiting Taiwan [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Council members visiting Taiwan Things were quiet around City Hall last week, as : four of the IS council members, led by Councilman ; Art Snyder, were paying a sister city visit to | Taipei, in Taiwan. According to a Snyder aide, the official portion of ; the visit ended Monday, but Snyder plans to extend : his stay through Feb. 24 and take a short vacation and tour of the island. This is Snyder’s third visit to Taiwan, according to the aide. With the local councilman on the official delegation are council president pro tern Joel Wachs, Mr. and Mrs. Emani Bernard!, Mr. and Mrs. David Cunningham, Judge and Mrs. Richard Schaur, Dr. Stelle Feuers of Los Angeles City College, and Jack Manlon, president of the slstercity committee and an executive at Northrop. The trip is being paid for by the Taiwan sister city committee, according to the Snyder aide.
Protests heard Postpone hearing on grant package [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Protests heard Postpone hearing on grant package The Los Angeles City Council postponed until Friday further consideration of the $56 million block grant application for federal funding after speakers at a hearing challenged the lack of bilingual translation, calling it a violation of federal rules. The speakers represented a group calling itself the coalition for community development reform, which was sharply critical of the city’s handling of the grant application process. Cary Lowe, one of the spokespeople for the group, said that the city’s mishandling of the public hearing process and of the rules in general have necessitated complaints to the federal government and filing of lawsuits certification of the program. Coalition spokespeople called on the city to reject the draft application as it stands, and to begin the process of public hearings once again. RULING After several speakers had been heard, the council called on deputy city attorney George Buchanan, who said it was h...
Essay contest offered [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Essay contest offered The Consul Generals of Spain and Mexico, and Miss Elisa Garcia Ix&gt;pez are joining to sponsor the second annual literary contest in Spanish. Persons of all ethnic backgrounds and students of Spanish are invited to enter the contest. Queen Isabella of Spain is the subject of this year's contest, and entrants will write either a poem or essay in Spanish about the queen who financed Christopher Columbus on his explorations a hich led to the discovery of America. April 22 has been proclaimed by Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. as the day commemorating Isabella's birthday. The contest was originated last year by I/ipez, who is a member of the Los Angeles Hispanic Cultural Committee and a recipient of honors from the United States Capital Historical Society.
Transportation! offered free to seniors [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Transportation! offered free to seniors Priority for medical appointments is part of the free escort-transportation and outreach information service available to northeast senior citizens, 60 years and over, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to4:3op.in. Seniors eligible are those living in the Boyle Heights, Lincoln Heights, El Sereno, Highland Park, Eagle Rock, Glassed Park and Atwater areas. available fin Spanish and English) by calling 2642020, Ext. 44. Appointments in advance are necessary.
Ex-Brown aide back in TELACE [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Ex-Brown aide back in TELACE After serving two years as one of Gov. Edmond G. Brown Jr., top business advisers, George L. Pla has returned to TELACU in the position of executive vice president. Pla rejoins TELACU (The East. Eos Angeles Community Union I in the number two position at the organization. He will assist President David C, Uzarraga in his duties and have direct responsibility for supervising all TELACU operations in the areas of economic, .urban and community development. Pla first joined TELACU in 1977 as director of economic development. In 1978, Governor Brown appointed him chief deputy director of the state’s newly-created Department of Business and Economic Development in Sacramento. In that position, he helped develop a new strategy for improving the state’s economic climate and worked hand-in-hand with the California business community. “I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to make a contribution to state government,” Pla said. “But I am even more fortunate...
Parade seeks end to ‘war’ [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Parade seeks end to ‘war’ Over 26 customized cars and more than 30 members of local Mexican-American communities will be participating in East Los Angeles Saturday, Feb. 21i in what is reported to be the first automobile "caravan” calling for an end to barrio warfare. The parade will begin at 1 p.m. from Eastlake Ave. and will travel along Soto Street, Whittier Blvd. and Atlantic Blvd. before ending near the California State University Los Angeles campus shortly after 2 p.m. The cars represent several existing car clubs from the Southern California area and several independent custom car builders who have agreed to participate in the "peace parade.” MEMORIAL ■ Caravan organizer Henry Rivas said he planned the event to call attention to the need for ending gang violence in the communities from which .many of the cars have come. It is also, he said, a kind of material. ■ ‘ The caravan is dedicated to the memory of young people who have died in barrios over what has been one of the maj...
First Mexican play Cal State offers Garballido work [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
First Mexican play Cal State offers Garballido work The Clockmaker from Cordoba" a play written by the Mexican playwright, Emilio Carballido, will be presented in the State Playhouse of California State University, Eos Angeles, on Eeb. 22, 23, 24, 29, and Mar. 1 and 2. Curtain lime will be 8 p in. on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2:30 p.m. on Sundays. This production marks the first major Mexican play to be produced on this campus- —It —ts —beingdirected by a graduate student of the university, Miguel Uuna. Martin, the clockmaker of Cordoba, is an honest but stupid man who, as a result of his exagerations about his adventures, ends up in court on trial for murder. The many comedic characters include Casilda, his wife i complete with mustache), Don Leandro, the magistrate, who brings Justice in spite of himself, the over-anxioius executioner, and many others. Emilio Carballido is the most innovative and accomphshed of Mexico's" playwrights and one of the outstanding creators in the new ...
Wettest February in history [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Wettest February in history The wettest February and probably the wettest week in local history threatened to continue into today as storm buffered the Ix&gt;s Angeles area. According to Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens, who keeps rainfall records for the county flood control district, the east/northeast area of I-os Angeles had 16.7 inches of rain in the time period between Feb. 13 and 8 am. on Tuesday morning, Feb. 19. This shatters the previous record for the month of February, set in 1941, of 15.76 inches, and before the month is through February of 1980 will probably be the wettest month in local history, period. The record holder is now January of 1969 when 17.25 inches of rain fell. After a slow start, the rainfall season which began last July is now up to 28.12 inches, well above the average and close to the total of 30.53 inches in the rains of 1968-69. The alltime record year remains 1977-78,39.28 inches. Though local damage did not approach in scope the devastation in other...
No clues in coed murder [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
No clues in coed murder Hollenbeck homicide detectives had no new leads as of Friday morning into the shooting death of a 10-year old Cal State I,os Angeles coed found Feb. 7 slumped over the steering wheel of her car on a deserted El Sereno street. Police said Jane Jung, who had last been seen on the campus following a 4 p.m. class by friends, had been dead for several hours when her body was discovered by a passing patrol car in the 2400 block of Mariondalc Avenue. The patrol car had been driving through the area when the officers spotted the car parked on the isolated street not far from the Cal Stale 1,.A. campus at about 4 a.m. One of the officers shined a spotlight on the car and discovered the motionless body of the girl inside. Detectives are still unable to establish a motive for the killing of Miss Jung, who lived with her parents in West lx&gt;s Angeles. Friends of the dead girl told police she had informed them she would not attend a later class on the Cal State ...