City Councilman Gus Gomez, a judicial candidate for the Los
Angeles Superior Court, will be on her show this week. It will air on
Charter Communications Channel 25 from 5 to 5:30 p.m. tonight.
L.A. couple face three charges
GLENDALE GALLERIA -- Two Los Angeles residents faced charges
Monday of burglary, grand theft and conspiracy after allegedly making
purchases with stolen credit cards and fraudulent identification.
Celina Vilma Estrada, 27, pleaded not guilty Monday to the
charges. Also arrested Friday was Ammon Jay Treu, 28, after the
manager of Upscale, a clothing store, allegedly recognized the pair
as having made a fraudulent purchase in his store in December,
according to police reports.
Estrada and Treu were also allegedly carrying items worth more
than $2,300 that they bought from Ben Bridge Jeweler and the Apple
Store with the stolen credit card.
Estrada was being held Monday at Glendale City Jail on $20,000
bail. Estrada's next court date is March 2. Treu was released Monday
after posting bail, and his court date is pending.
LCUSD kindergarten registration Monday
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- Kindergarten registration at La Canada
Unified School District schools for the 2004-05 school year will
begin Monday. Parents should register at the La Canada school
attended by children in their neighborhood.
Children must be 5 on or before Dec. 2 to register. Proof of age,
the child's Social Security number, immunization records and proof of
residence -- closing escrow papers, grant deed, tax bill or lease
agreement or three utility bills -- is required at the time of
registration. Parents should bring original documents for
verification and photocopies for the school's records.
For more information, call the school district at 952-8300.
LCF Kiwanis Club wins top award
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- The Kiwanis Club of La Canada AM was
recognized by Kiwanis International as the top large club in the
district of California, Nevada and Hawaii.
The distinction was based on five major projects the club
participated in during 2002-03. The club's major project involved