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Camorra, el P. Irene, Ben Zayb y Juanito Pelaez. El batir de los. Sobre este entarimado, en la parte media, se elevaba una mesa cubierta por un rico. Custodio y el P. Leeds y se desentiende. Camorra no quiere convencerse El periodista estaba ya sobre el entarimado. Y sin aguardar el permiso, temiendo que Mr. Ben Zayb le tuvo envidia y para soltar otra frase como para recordar algo.

Irene son- cabezas humanas etc. Leeds cerrando. Custodio afectaba gravedad y desden, y Ben Zayb buscaba miraba con estraordinaria fijeza. Me repuse Leeds muy complaciente. Leeds, dile al auditorio quien eres! Gotas de sudor agravios no viese el tumulto que reinaba en la sala. Irene; eso le ha hecho mal. Custodio tem- blando; como la cabeza le ha estado mirando fijamente le ha taba era su propia historia.

Era el P. Se siente mal? Al colocar la caja sobre la mesa se P. Los silbidos resonaban en sus oidos con las — Dicen que no sabemos vengarnos! A las primeras. Me privaba de todo para y de mal humor, sin hacer caso del sol ni de la hora y solamente que pudieses estudiar! Mira mis camisas zurcidas! Ten paciencia, hijo mio, ten paciencia! A la calzada del Iris! No hay tiempo que perder!

Parta usted en seguida! Una — Siempre lo estoy! No, yo he meditado bien, pero ahora tengo fiebre Por primera vez en su carrera criminal razon vacila Irene : la cuestion de la arrastraba el Pasig su corriente de plata, en cuya superficie Academia de castellano, tanto tiempo ha presentada, se enca-. Custodio, con no haber. Custodio una idea salvadora. Custodio de Salazar y Sanchez de Monteredondo a estornuda. Al reyes de celoso, activo, profundo, inteligente, conocedor, acaudalado, etc.

Custodio de Salazar y Sanchez de Monteredondo. Manila de un discurso suyo cuando por primera vez se pro-. A los primeros meses de su llegada, todo era hablar de la serenata, desistieron. No alternaba con anticipadamente su parecer y todo esto sazonado de ataques. Echaba de dores.

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Eusehio Picote, vista en el verano le faltaba la silla perezoza y el bata para abani- de aduanas y D. Bonifacio Tacon, zapatero y talabartero. Pero D. En eso consiste la furioso de que sus proyectos encontrasen impugnadores, pero ciencia de gobernar. Para D. Parlamento como de un liberal de larga residencia etc. Y sin embargo, el le sacase la lengua. Escuela de Artes y Oficios. Jouy daba su pri-. Un sombrero raza. Su manera de jantes representaciones.

Don Custodio le ha- blaba de moralidad, de religion, buenas costumbres etc. El vejete era su digno contraste. Irene naturalmente opinaba como don Custodio y ancha y demasiado larga, para encontrarse al fin de unos panta- execraba las operetas francesas. El novato es muy curioso y pregunton y. Segundo Cabo.. Tadeo, amigo de magistrados y menos de murmurar ; gobernadores!! Con tal de que lo hagamos bien nos. Yo no pido nunca favores!

Ese es el banquero L que solo sabe hablar - —. Ese que llega con su famillia es el disfrazado, con bigotes postizos! Le conozco en su nariz! Se llaman Pero, mira como al lado del mal Dios hacerla bailar otra vez. Ese joven delgado, de fraile, que lleva un lapiz en la mano y un rollo de papeles, de ojos saltones, algo encorvado, que gesticula con viveza por- es el gran escritor Ben Zayb, muy amigo mio; tiene un talento!.. Es pluma. El otro que les propone entrar con los actores por la listo, muy listo, pero muy listo! Yo creo — No hemos encontrado billetes El novato no comprende la relacion del precio del arroz con XXII la blancura de aquellas muchachas.

Los artilleros no eran los menos alborotadores. Ese de las cejas fruncidas? Discuten el. Los artilleros se callan. La tono de un Caton satisfecho de su conciencia. A que no! Serpolette, sin dejar su actitud de buena dedos llenos de brillantes y piernas redondas y bien torneadas. Y como comprendieron nuestros amigos. Hombres muy sensatos brazo al P. Irene procurando esconderse. Et moi qui t'croyais A duras penas pudo el P. Irene hacerla entrar en razon. Hubo un mo- pase. Pero Juanito no se. A Juanito le ataca un golpe de tos tan violenta que provoca Pero el telon se levanta inmediatamente y la escena repre- la impaciencia de algunos espectadores.

Juanito quiere domestiques. Juanito aprovecha la ocasion y, en voz bastante alta ver al deslenguado y hacerle tragar la tisis. Y viendo que las. Esos son los tiempo la lengua. Una salva de — O de proveedor de la Real Casa! Porque no confun- artista. Isagani asentia. Makaraig — Puf! Sin embargo, como si hubiese intervenido! Super de tus protegidos. Acabo de verme con el P. Basilio, sin dejarse. Era un tomo de la Medicina Legal y miento del deber. Tengo regimientos y pretesto cobarde Usted no corre peligro alguno.

Y con su entusiasmo de poeta, pensaba en los. Y exclamaba : — El puerto, ah! Do el viento riza las calladas olas Y pensaba que aquellos insulares, contra los cuales su patria Que con blando murmullo en la ribera Se deslizan veloces por si solas Bien se burlaba ella de Juanito Pelaez!

Estra- hombre que no reconoce tiranos! Cuando sea una vieja Veo el mar, desierto el horizonte Era la hora de volver, y por respetadas. El viejo sistema plateadas nubes. Irene te adoro, sabes que me siento otro cuando me envuelve tu aconsejaba, en vista de la resolucion dada al asunto de la ense- mirada, cuando sorprendo en ella una centella de amor. Le emborrachariamos para sacarle redondos. En el centro de cada mesa, segun el uso del estable- algunos secretos.

Lumpid de chino hecho de que nos contemplan y las paredes oyen. En efecto, grupos de curiosos estacionab:an delante de las — Que se ofrece al P. Todos repitieron en coro : torta de frailes! Todos un cuello de gallina. Sandoval en lucha con una recalcitrante ala de gallina. Frailes, frailes y frailes! Que venga el tercer plato, la torta de frailes! Obreros incansables, mejoran y — Bravo, bravo! Basta de discursos! Despues complicados. Era el coche de Simoun. Quiso - -. Todo lo que pudo saber era que se encontraron.

Pronosti- caban futuros suspensos, prisiones etc. Y se frotaba las manos de contento. Yo nada tengo que ver, contestaba los haya escrito, ha obrado bien, debemos darle las gracias y nerviosamente; yo les estuve diciendo : esas son quijoterias Dos guardias de la Veterana se le adelantaron pregun- despues! Ten cuidado, sabes? Pero, como estudiante filipino, no me.

Los espresarse libremente en mi clase? Fer- P. Impi- nosotros los estudiantes filipinos? Escati- hacen el muro, como dicen en la esgrima. No hay moralidad, dice usted, sea! O ustedes que hace. Celos funestos de la incapacidad! Esto es no querrer que el tarde. Creen ustedes que no pensamos — Ah no, P. Lo que somos, ustedes lo han hecho. El gobierno manda, y quien manda, manda, y car- - -. Lo que he querido los estudiantes de los frailes Empiezen ustedes por pedir algo que no cueste tan- noble, tan altivo y tan hildago?

Estuvo El P. Fernandez, sintiendo que sus hombre en su evolucion? Fernandez se equivocaba de medio en medio; los jesui-. Irene, comisionado por el P. Si no segundo. Tal proeza. Por eso Lo he oido en la — Ay! Siguro pusilau! Por eso pala el chino Quiroga A las ocho de la — Ejem, ejem, ejjjem! Todos rodearon los recien llegados preguntando por novedades. Aquella noche los guardias de las puertas de la ciudad — Estaos alerta! Como le vea Pero se comprende. Irene que Cpn. La muerte de Capitan Tiago y la prision de Basilio se Cpn.

Los timoratos y pesimistas no se antiguos conocidos y amigos, se comentaba mucho un milagro. El sacristan mayor que guaba! Merecido lo tiene! Se citaban, Y de todo mal. Pero el P. Aquello nado durante el viaje. Como si el agua bendita pudiese trasmitir enfermedades! Camorra, el cura! Camorra, y el P. Ball, como siempre, tuvo la mejor idea. En la calle, la darse con la tapa de venado.

Es menester que vaya Juli. Camorra, en el caso de que lo quisiese — por ser mala hija. Camorra, se burlaban de sus temores. Y las buenas mujeres citaban - -. La luz le trajo esperanzas. En su desesperacion conducir. Despues, pero mucho despues, al caer la tarde, un anciano el dedo. El viejo llamaba. Hermana Ball. A la noche se comentaban en voz baja y con mucho misterio laspagne et ta vertu, l'Espagne et sa grandour varios acontecimientos que tuvieron lugar aquella tarde. Y — Pobre P. Hector P.

Garcia StoryEducation Education U. Is There a Foto of Him Anywhere? Did You Know Ricardo S. Se derrumba el mito. Otherwise enjoy and share. I would like to dedicate this issue to Johanna De Soto, with the greatest gratitude for her faithful support, tireless in seeking out fascinating websites and tidbits of information. She will be missed, but family lifetime changes have prompted the decision, which I received sadly.

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This issue completes the 7th year of Somos Primos online, and the 84th monthly issue fully available on the web. Thank you for your wonderful letters. They are greatly appreciated. Please feel welcomed to share in your family research or articles of interest that you come across. Wishing you all the warmest wishes for a wonderful Merry Christmas with the blessings of health and family.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Thank you. As we start a new year, Somos Primos is expanding its' international networking. Angel Custodio Rebollo, our columnist from Spain, is coordinating a new International Networking column. Angel will compile the information from the queries each month. This issue we have surname contact requests from Venezuela, Peru, Mexico, and Brazil.

May be your best year for gathering family records and honoring the lives of your grandparents. Digging for Gold. If you prefer not to receive it. Please let me know. Dear Primos. February has quite a few Action Items that I suggest you read carefully. The first two exclude us historically and currently, very much to our detriment. I hope you will involve yourself in whatever manner you can. Our presence and patriotism is needed. I would like to dedicate this issue to Dr. Granville Hough. Without a drop of Hispanic blood, yet Granville has dedicated a decade of time and money to document the contributions of Spain during the American Revolution.

A graduate of West Point, Granville saw the Latino men who served faithfully. It was to honor them that he has produced evidence that Hispanics have been an integral part of the United States, even before it became a nation. His final piece of research is in this issue. Thank you Granville, with the deepest respect, from all of us.

Garcia Legacy of Valor Projects Dr. National Issues Lawmakers want museum to salute Latinos' U. Armando Rodriguez the first Mexican born teacher in California. Elizabeth A. If you do not want to receive monthly notification, please let me know. Tuesday a meeting is being held in Washington at the offices of the National PBS headquarters to solve the problem of the exclusion of Latinos in the hour documentary by Ken Burns. Let us hope that solutions will be reached. To write to your representatives and elected officials, here is a URL to help you connect.

Where the two XX are at the end of the URL, just substitute your state's 2 letter postal abbreviation. Anne Harrington Letter from Floyd E. Vasquez to Ms. Anne Harrington Status update sent by Dr. Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez Letter by U. Felix Z. Postal Stamp, Mendez v. Chavez National Holiday Coalition" U. Education October 30, , Letter by Dr. Henry Ybarra U. Lopez-Alegria breaks U. Francisco J. Quick searches on Ancestry. In this issue you will read other ways in which our historical presence is not being recognized; but, you will also read of the wonderful accomplishments of dedicated Latinos.

Garcia, George I. Sanchez, Gustavo Garcia Letter to U. Subject: English language, prejudice, etc. Happily many activities to promote are history are happening all over the nation. May you all enjoy the Cinco de Mayo festivities in your area. Please feel invited to share your photos. Let Somos Primos share what went on in your area.

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For weekly updates , go to www. Garcia Story, documentary available Hernandez vs. Westminster, forerunner of "Brown v. Board of Education Spanish word of the Day John 0. It will be in the July issue. I was up to pages on the June issue and needed to shrink the issue down. I suggest you let the issue load fully before scanning.

It is about pages, and slow to fully load. Please feel invited to share sites, cultural and heritage materials, or ideas. I think you all will be touched by efforts of three individuals honoring the leadership and sacrifices that their father made for La Raza , Wanda Garcia, Magdalena Morales, and Eddie Marin.

Especially shared with joy in recognizing Father's Day. Azios article by Dr. Armado A. Photos and re-editing of names submitted is possible. Remember our ancestors helped bring about the victory!! For example, new volunteer we all are! Somos Primos staff member, Rafael Ojeda is moving two projects forward: identifying all the Hispanic Purple Heart recipients, and the forming of a Spanish colonial unit of reenactors in the state of Washington.

However, much understanding is still needed. Just this morning my husband showed me an article in the latest U. The popultion consisted of at least , native Indians and only foreigners, most of whom were Americans. I hope you will all be on the look-out for examples of racism by omission in your area, and share with Somos Primos readers.

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Hispanic Population. Santos C. Full Ride College Application - please share! Ooo-Rah Moment. They had just enough for the down payment. They were the second black family in the neighborhood. Build she did. Alice built the first swimming pool in the neighborhood, with a barbeque and deck for family gatherings. She put a second story in the back with extra bedrooms.

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She envisioned a modern house with a bathroom for each bedroom. She wanted to make sure her mother and aunt were comfortable when they came there to live. Alice worked for the City of Los Angeles for thirty-five years, and she learned a thing or two about mobilizing public opinion.

The house on East 81st Street fig. Cuando vio la casa en la calle 82nd Street fig. Eran la segunda familia negra en el barrio. Una casa con la que puedes contar en la calle 81st Street al este.

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La casa en la calle 81st Street fig. Hooper Avenue J. When he first arrived, much of the area was covered with weeds and cornstalks.


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Hooper planted fields of alfalfa for livestock and an orchard of orange trees, shipping his first crop of oranges to Arizona in Oranges were still a rarity then, with fewer than eight thousand orange trees in the County. As the expansion of the railway system allowed orange exports to Chicago and the East Coast, they became a symbol of the good life to be had in Southern California. The economy was booming after the end of World War II. Soldiers were coming home to start new families; they were armed with favorable mortgages through the Veterans Benefits Administration and able to find good jobs at the nearby manufacturing plants of Firestone, Goodyear, General Motors, Bethlehem Steel, and others.

Most of the houses along the neighboring streets of Zamora, Antwerp, and Hooper as well as the numbered streets in between were built around this time. Lily remembers her neighborhood as a place where everyone looked out for each other. When she was growing up, it was a mix of mostly black and some Latino families.

When Lily was in her last year of high school, she became pregnant. Her father bought the two-unit property across the street as a place for her to live while she continued to work toward the family dream of a college degree. A two-unit building? Lily got caught in the middle of a legal dispute between her father and mother, and ended up in prison as a result.

As a single mother with a record, she struggled to find a job and her father died before. El padre de Lily Gonzalez fig. En el recuerdo de Lily su barrio era un lugar donde todos cuidaban unos de otros. It took ten years of legal action to secure what her father had always intended for her: a house that she owned, where she could raise her children, with rental income from the second unit to ensure that the mortgage could always be paid.

That was the point of two units. Lily is a writer herself, and she tells her story better than anyone. You can find her blog posts at LaComadre. In , Con Edison put a number of Depression-era homes up for sale near the corner of 64th and Parmalee. It needed the land for expansion. Henry Titus. Jean was the mother of Joe Titus fig. The family moved the building to East 59th Place, right around the corner from their home on East 59th Street, and converted it to the single-family residence fig.

Pueden encontrar sus publicaciones de blog en LaComadre. Jean fue la madre de Joe Titus fig. A mining and real estate investor, Nadeau always thought big; at one time, he was running twenty-seven mule teams fourteen head each between Los Angeles and Inyo County. His crews hauled silver bullion from the Cerro Gordo and Panamint Mines at Inyo, and borax from San Bernardino, in addition to bringing back wine, brandy, fruits, nuts, potatoes, corn, and other provisions on the return trip to sell to the miners.

He owned a large store, a number of way stations along the San Bernardino route, and a steam mill at Mojave. When Stearns Rancho was subdivided in , the area that would become Florence was already taken by Nadeau, who had purchased the land shortly after his arrival in the County. He planted 1, acres of beets there and built a large sugar beet mill, conveniently near the railway, to process the crop. When the beets failed to turn the profit he anticipated, he transitioned to oranges and vineyards.

Nadeau weathered a number of such reversals of fortune, always rebounding. At his death, he left an estate totaling over one million dollars and his vines covered 2, acres in Florence; it was widely proclaimed to be one of the largest vineyards in the world. Anyone who has come here from far away, unafraid of hard work, willing to learn many new jobs, and dreaming of building something of their own shares the same entrepreneurial spirit that brought Nadeau to what would become Florence-Firestone.

Joe still lives on 59th Place, along with his sister, Mary Rose Cortese. The Titus and Sever families were no strangers to real estate dealings. Joe Titus grew up managing properties for his father, including the twenty-eight apartments on East 59th Street that rented out.

The Great Depression of the s and the Long Beach earthquake in both hit South Los Angeles hard, and the Titus family lost a number of their properties. Joe graduated from California State University, Los Angeles, and has worked many jobs throughout his life, as a carpenter, pipe welder, home remodeler, and custom shipping container builder at Martin Containers.

Newberry stores in downtown Los Angeles. Like the entrepreneurs who built Los Angeles from unpromising beginnings, the Titus and Sever families were resourceful, adaptable, and made the most of what came their way. They took the idea of a family farm to heart and kept geese, chickens, and rabbits. They grew vegetables, Concord grapes, and fruit trees. The avocado tree, where Jean posed holding Mary Rose's wedding bouquet, is long gone, but you can still see the fence in the background of Mary Rose's bridal picture.

Every year, Mary Rose organizes a toy giveaway at Christmas, collecting, wrapping, and distributing the gifts almost completely on her own. Se tomaban a pecho la idea de una granja familiar y criaron gansos, pollos y conejos. La casa en la Avenida Zamora fig. Su hijo, William O. Allen Jr. Pero esta vez la casa solo puede contar una parte de la historia. The house on Zamora Avenue fig. It was bought by Mrs. Their son, William O. The family has lived there ever since.


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But this time the house can tell only part of the story. In , the city commenced construction of a great Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe, commemorating the appearance of the Virgin Mary before the Aztec Indian Juan Diego in —she spoke to him in his native Nahuatl language, assuring him that her protections extended to the Indians even as their population was decimated by Spanish conquest.

The tradition of venerating the Virgin of Guadalupe inspires the many murals with her likeness that adorn the walls of local bodegas in Florence-Firestone, twining together the heritages of Spanish, Mexican, and indigenous peoples, and offering Latinos, wherever they have come from, a reminder of home. Fremont High School in FlorenceFirestone. He played sports in Roosevelt Park. He started taking classes at Los Angeles Harbor College. And then he was drafted in during the Vietnam War and began a distinguished career in the military fourteen years in the US Army and twenty-six years in the California Army National Guard , marrying and raising his own family along the way.

He came back to Florence-Firestone forty years later, when he retired from his service in the National Guard and his job at the California State University Office of the Chancellor, to take care of the family home. Fremont High School en Florence-Firestone. La casa estaba en ruinas y asediada. What he found shocked him deeply. The house was run-down and under siege. The neighborhood had changed during that time from a neighborhood where everyone got along to one rocked by violence. But he also understood the urgency of reaching across differences to find common ground.

He became the public safety coach for the Florence-Firestone Community Leaders, and he still holds that post. To honor this memory of Alprentice Carter, especially during this new time of anger and uncertainty in American history, we recognize the Carter family home as a site of historical interest. Es un placer escuchar a William hablar: No se trata del color de la piel de una persona. Chiefly known for developing the San Fernando Valley and as the founder of Van Nuys, in particular, William Paul Whitsett — was yet another Eastern businessman who moved west for health reasons, in this case tuberculosis.

Florence-Firestone has felt the impact of Whitsett in three ways. Whitsett heartily agreed with American industrialist Henry Ford Sr. Finally, he enabled the Boy Scouts of America to acquire Camp Whitsett in the Sequoia National Forest, ensuring that city boys could have the kind of country experience that had brought him back to health.

The camp exists to this day. La figura de Whitsett ha impactado a Florence-Firestone de tres maneras. Tensions between students leading up to this meeting were widely believed to have been fueled by undercover manipulations of the FBI. In FlorenceFirestone, William O.

Carter, a neighborhood activist with a lifetime of distinguished service to the community, focusing particularly on social justice and the health, welfare, and mental well-being of youths and seniors. Carter believed that involving her children in this service work constituted a learning process that would build community pride and ambition. He began to study politics, the teachings of Malcolm X, and the Nation of Islam while incarcerated.

Then FBI director J. The current buildings date to and , respectively; the liquor store was rebuilt after a fire in the early s. In the automobile age, service stations have become neighborhood crossroads, where nearly everyone passes through at one time or another and some with a great deal of regularity. Mike Harvey fig. Carter was accepted to UCLA in under the High Potential Program, which was initiated to take community leadership and socioeconomic background into consideration as part of the.

El director del FBI en aquel entonces, J. En Florence-Firestone, William O. What I do. Meant to evoke the grand boulevards of major European and Latin American colonial cities, Alameda Street is an industrial thoroughfare these days, dotted with pop-up taqueros and street vendors. There are few trees, but Plaza La Alameda shopping center beckons as a site of beauty, mentioned by many people who participated in the Popular Survey of Good Things in Florence-Firestone. The major automobile and tire factories were going full tilt.

Service station owners know better than almost anyone how their business impacts the environment. Florence-Firestone sits within the Los Angeles River watershed on ground composed of marine and continental gravel, sandy silt, and pebbly shale dating from the Pleistocene age two million years ago. That gravelly soil creates an immense filtration system through which groundwater, surface runoff, and any contaminants flow to the river and sea. So think twice the next time you change your oil, dispose of a car battery, or fertilize your lawn. Your actions reach farther than you may realize.

In those days, the business was called auto wrecking and dismantling, and the business facility was referred to colloquially as a junkyard. Like many immigrants who came to Southern California from other parts of the country and all over the world, Jake knew the value that could be extracted by reusing things rather than throwing them away. During the hard times of the Great Depression and the shortages and scarcity on the home front during World War II, junk was good business.

You recycled to survive. In , Jake moved the operation to its current location at South Alameda, building the storefront from lumber salvaged from an MGM sound studio— he hunted down a Russian-speaking engineer at the Department of Water and Power DWP who could help him with the permitting paperwork. He surfaced the storage yard with discarded asphalt from nearby street-repaving projects. There were bean fields on this stretch of Alameda before there was industry. A never-ending parade of freight trains rattling up and down the Alameda corridor carried grain, oranges, dry goods, livestock, and manufactured goods.

A lineup at grade of empty open wagons and boxcars can be glimpsed in an early aerial photograph of the location, fig. Un desfile interminable de trenes de carga traqueteando para arriba y para abajo por el corredor de Alameda transportaba granos, naranjas, textiles, ganado y bienes manufacturados. Durante los tiempos. The park was forced to close in , when the City of Los Angeles, after incorporating the land, moved to make gambling illegal. He has seen the demographics of the neighborhood change over the years, though the core values remain the same: Whether predominantly European, African American, or Latino, the area has attracted people who work hard and take care of their families.

For Marty, Florence-Firestone is built on the strength of small, family-owned businesses rooted in and giving back to the community—good local jobs are the key to the health and vitality of the area. Marty sees it as his job to help small businesspeople—gardeners, contractors, salespeople, repairmen, and haulers—get their trucks and vans back on the road so they can get back to earning a living. Reciclabas para sobrevivir. None of this comes easy. Sam worked until he was eighty-five. These days the shop is closed on weekends, but Marty continues to build the business on strong customer service, boundless energy, and an enterprising responsiveness to the changing times, with his son Ethan working by his side.

Marty scoffs at the current culture of technology-driven, get-rich-quick entrepreneurialism. We are a family business. We work hard here. We make a living. Compton Avenue by por. Susan Morgan James H. Garrott fig. In , Garrott designed and built two modern, split-level homes in Silver Lake—one for himself and his wife, the other for their friends, the Loren Miller family. Miller, a civil rights attorney, went on to argue landmark cases that finally abolished restrictive racial housing.

Nada de esto se da sin esfuerzo. Pero no lo llamen empresario. Nosotros somos un negocio de familia. A James H. By , having steadily outgrown its local headquarters, the department commissioned a purpose-built facility designed by Garrott. When Firestone Park Station fig. Although it was the first LA County station under the command of an African American captain, it was also utilized as a National Guard mobilization site during the Watts rebellion. Cuando la Firestone Park Station fig. The old parking lot has been considerably reduced in size and turned into two regulation-sized basketball courts and a half-scale soccer field.

With its positive, inspired outlook and ambitious programming, the YAL serves over three hundred kids each day and offers everything from computer labs to home-cooked meals, a beauty salon to karate classes. The surfaces of every community are hideouts for memory. As things are built and demolished, rebuilt and repurposed, they almost invariably leave traces of one time overlaying another. Sometimes we honor the past with a historical marker or plaque or mural or maybe even a big bronze statue.

But other times, we leave remembering a bit more to chance. But these ordinary experiences are also worth remembering, even if their physical traces are almost accidental, little more than leftovers—too difficult or not worth the trouble to remove. Wondering what such things might be—an abandoned backyard incinerator fig. What do we miss?

What do we need? What can be reimagined or repurposed? Fortunately, Thrifty brand ice cream, made in El Monte, is still sold in some Rite Aid stores and still served with the special cylindrical-shaped utensil that gave each scoop a flat top. Unfortunately, it now costs more than a nickel per cone. Las superficies de cada comunidad son escondites para los recuerdos. A medida que las construyen y las demuelen, las reconstruyen y reutilizan, las cosas dejan casi sin falla rastros de un tiempo que recubre a otro.

For the purposes of this book, I share just a few, all of them pointed out to me by locals. One may even have something to tell us about what the future might hold. Who would have guessed that these time capsules were saving a place for a greener tomorrow? Years ago it had several of them, and vaudeville theaters too. Like railroads, cinema was one of the inventions that made modern times modern. In the nineteenth century, the view out the window of a speeding train gave passengers something like the rush of the first moving pictures.

Longtime Florence-Firestone resident Mary Rose Cortese recalls taking the train to her job at the soft-serve ice cream counter at the old J. Newberry on 5th and Broadway where a Newberry sign also survives in the terrazzo pavement. The north side of Slauson Avenue remains a railway right-of-way known officially as the Harbor Subdivision. Look closely now and you can see the remnants of the concrete platforms fig.