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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

BY ANNE TERHUNE | VILLAGE NEWS tions on both the offense and defensive sides of the ball. The Vikings will also count on senior Kevin Leyva and junior Hans Baker. This year’s tight end will be senior Garret Anderson. The receiving corps is led by senior John Jackson and junior Yoshi Rothman. With the local high school football season having kicked off last weekend for La Jolla Country Day School, and La Jolla High and The Bishop’s School getting under way this week, the La Jolla Village News recently talked to the three head coaches about the 2007 season. LJVN: Name several key players on the offensive side of the ball this year. For some, Monday, Aug. 27 marked the start of a new school year, bright with promise and possibilities. For Cesar Don Juan-Flores, a part-time coach at La Jolla Country Day School, the day was marked by his arrest on charges of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor. Juan-Flores, 26, is accused of inappropriate relations with a 17-year-old female student ...

Publication Title: La Jolla Village News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

1BR/ 1.5BA Central private patio, exclusive elevator access. LA JOLLA $ 4,250/ MO Rare Scripps Park penthouse, terms flexible, can be furnished. Centralprivatepatio,exclusiveelevatoraccess. 3BR/ 3BA. complex near all of Bird Rock’s many shops & retaurants. LA JOLLA · BIRD ROCK $ 1,250,000 Handsomely upgraded & hardly lived in unit in a delightful small complexnearallofBirdRock’smanyshops&retaurants. LA JOLLA $ 1,350,000 2BR/ 2BA. Oceanside unit with large windows taking in best view possible. Walk to all La Jolla has to offer: beaches, restaurants, shops and more. complete this picture of tranquility. 4BR/ 3BA. LA JOLLA $ 1,639,000 A relaxed & peaceful lifestyle in Village of La Jolla! A large, private ocean/ Village view deck perfect for summer dinners or quiet moments THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 2007 LA JOLLA $ 1,429,000 Charming, architectural Mid-century gem! Quiet, secluded 3BR/ 2BA, walk to beach & Village. Vaulted ceilings,...

Publication Title: La Jolla Village News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

Labor Day marks the last summer hurrah before San Diego Unified School District students load their books in their backpacks and head off to school on Tuesday, Sept. 4. Under the district’s No Shots-No School Policy, students will not be allowed to attend class without all required proofs of immunization. For information regarding immunization requirements and availability of vaccinations, call the school’s nurse or the district’s Health Services, ( 858) 627-7580, between 8 a. m. and 4: 30 p. m. Monday through Friday. start of school. Parents of new and continuing seventh-graders must provide proof of the student’s vaccination against hepatitis B and a second MMR vaccination, either at registration ( for new students) or on the first day of school ( continuing students). VILLAGE NEWS | DON BALCH Artist Anna Zappoli shows her“ Red Light” oil on canvas during the Aug. 4 opening reception for the 16th annual Juried Exhibition at the Athenaeum, 1008 Wall St. The show, featuring works by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

School administrators also talk regularly with teachers and other staff members about the boundaries of appropriate behavior, Schuck said. The alleged unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor was not due to a lack of supervision at the school, Schuck said, adding that it was“ just a series of bad decisions made off-campus.” Anyone with additional information on the case is asked to call the SDPD Sex Crimes Unit, ( 619) 531-2210, or the anonymous, toll-free Crime Stoppers line, ( 888) 580-TIPS. ■ Schuck said the school already has many safeguards in place to maintain a safe campus. “We screen everybody we employ carefully— we check references,” he said.“ Of course, everybody by law is required to go through fingerprint screening.” then enrolled at San Diego State University. He was pursuing postgraduate studies at SDSU at the time of his arrest. as adults we lose sight of that.” Even the upcoming exhibit’s name captures a similar retro feel. “Since I’m doing this at the Pannikin, I w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

For information call Deputy City Attorney Marianne Greene, ( 619) 533-5822. The ordinance would require any dwelling with six or more adult residents to apply for an annual permit. The amendment also requires additional parking per occupant. The Planning Commission will also discuss a second proposal involving occupancy in regard to mini-dorms. If the proposed ordinance is passed, it would define a rooming house as a dwelling where three or more bedrooms are rented under three or more lease agreements. It would also prevent mini-dorms in residential-single ( RS) unit Planning Commission holds mini-dorm meeting The City of San Diego Planning Commission is holding a public meeting Thursday, Sept. 6, 9 a. m., to discuss the rooming house ordinance, which was created to stop the spread of mini-dorms citywide. The hearing will be to recommend the approval, conditional approval or denial of the rooming house ordinance to the San Diego City Council. The site can be viewed at www. sandiego....

Publication Title: La Jolla Village News
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

• La Jolla Rotary, noon, La Valencia, 1132 Prospect St., members & their guests only, 278-5600 • Ali Lassen’s LEADS Club, noon, Trattoria Acqua, 1298 Prospect St., ( 800) 783-3761 preschool groups must call ahead, 552-1655 2 Sunday • Farmers Market, 9 a. m.-1 p. m., corner Girard and Genter streets • California Native Plant Society walk, 9 a. m., Tecolote Nature Center, 5180 Tecolote Rd., 581-9944 • Sensation Show Band, contemporary, this season’s final La Jolla Concert by the Sea, 2-4 p. m., Scripps Park at La Jolla Cove, free, 454-1600 • Airline Ambassadors International meeting, sponsored by Voices of Women and featuring former La Jollan Nancy Rivard, whose humanitarian gesture spearheaded the charity, 7 p. m., La Jolla Congregational Church Fellowship Hall, 1216 Cave St., free, 642-6770 • The Meaning of Fashion, show with runway models, refreshments, DJ Aijxx, 9 p. m.-midnight, Let’s Go Clothing, 7863 Girard Ave., 4564655 Rd., • Toastmasters of the Cove, 6: 15 p. m.,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

Plastic bags: recycle, reduce, reuse CONTINUED FROMPage 6 • Progressive bridge, ( some Sundays also); no partner required, 12: 30 p. m., Florence Riford Adult Center ( 50+), 6811 La Jolla Blvd., $ 3/ non-members, 459-0831 • Poetry Unlimited art and music, vocals by Jessie Hubbard and piano, flute and violin by Dominique and Valerie Kim, open readings follow, 5 p. m., Riford Library, 7555 Draper Ave., free, 552-1657 ■ 1: 30 p. m. JCC, 4126 Executive Drive, 362-1141 GENESEE HIGHLANDS $ 359,000 - $ 389,000 CathyNakanote. com REALTOR ™ ( 858) 361-4041 Three-bedroom townhome with great canyon and park views.. Dual paned windows, smooth ceilings, many upgrades, new paint and carpet. Move-in ready! Owned and Operated by NRT, Inc. NEWS AUGUST 30, 2007 LA JOLLA VILLAGE NEWS THURSDAY Dori Robbins ( left) and Norma Hildalgo del Rio are co-chairing this year’s Athenaeum gala,“ Bollywood: A Shimmering Indian Night,” on Friday, Sept. 7. The benefit for the Music & Arts Library will fe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

parking plan would make our ambiance, and probably from our property values. The proposed daily lives detracts from that the community’s ambiance. La Jolla is a pleasant, relaxed, comfortable, neighborly place. Every layer of difficulty added to our plan is the harm it would do to Finally, the most important defect in the proposed parking greater chaos? person’s car. Can you imagine could not get a permit for that college kid home for the summer, or a parent living with them, household only two permanent permits. Thus, a couple with a I have also read that the proposed plan would allow each stantly disrupted by people going out to move their cars ( and having to hunt, in a congested neighborhood, for alternative parking spaces). amount of trouble had to be taken by the resident ahead of time, and the party or meeting was con- permit for you. And even if the friend had obtained a permit for you, you had to go out and move your car if you were staying more than two hours. So if a resi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

875 Garnet Avenue ( 858) 270-5881 Barbara Slavin 858-775-7237 Email: barbaras@ willisallen. com water to begin her fourth crossing of the English Channel. This was a milestone for Anne, as it ties her with her inspiration Florence Chadwick. In one of the closests contests in recent mem- ory… and it is a very short memory at that… Glen Rasmussen took home all the marbles in the“ 50/ 50 Guess Anne Anne Cleveland, President La Jolla Town Council President’s Message Channel”. Cleveland’s Swim Time Across The English August 2007 Anne Cleveland E\VWUR6T SM Pinky's Printing I LLC 1035 Silverado Si. La Julia. CA 99037 asa.45e.2as2 pinky® pinhysprinting .com ( 619) 479-4351 www. haskinslaw. com CONTRACTOR• DESIGN 858-456-5345 Glen was only off by 3 minutes… awesome considering Anne was swimming under ghastly conditions… howling cold winds, choppy seas and darkness! Anne’s time was 11 hours 33 minutes… Glen said she would finish in 11 hours 30 minutes. which is Her first few minutes were the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

A gang of guys, otherwise known as“ Padres,” turned up at Acqua al 2 to pitch in ( get it?) for celebrity staff night, with 60 percent of the proceeds allocated to the Autism Tree Project Foundation, an organization devoted to discovering treatments and, hopefully, a cure for autism. “Old Padre” Phil Nevin. Cla Meredith and Suzanne Zimmerman. Martin Gonzalez, Jorge Velardo and Daniel Hendricks. call 1/ Grettier 760-712-3SU ■.ri .:l rtEMTOir San Vicente El Animal Park on Hwy 78. Cool ocean breezes make this property comfortable during the summer heat. Fireplace and wood stove cozy in winter. Nestled among an avocado orchard you’ll enjoy bird watching, wild turkeys & mountain views! This is a must see to appreciate property! Great investment location at $ 649,000 CallAlat760-712-2874 Call Al at 760-712-2874 Patrons of Prado – Brenda and Louis Alpenieri. Patrons of Prado – Bertrand and Denise Hug. Miguel Sanchez, Maria Thomas, Kevin Kuzmanoff and Marlee Nelms. ( Hey, don’t ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

UC host family praises student exchange •A 8151 CALLE DEL CIELO · $ 3,500,000 Upper La Jolla Shores home with sit-down ocean views from almost every room, is spacious, light and airy. A quick walk to La Jolla Shores Beach and shops/ cafes, there are 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, renovated kitchen and master bath, 3-car garage all on one level, NO STEPS. LEASE OPTION TO BUY will be entertained by the owner. Property can be leased for $ 9,000/ month. SEEEXCHANGE, Page 16 BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | VILLAGE NEWS Lisa and Anders Nyberg, 15-year residents of University City, opened up their home to Helena, an exchange student from Sweden. “It’s not so difficult to find the families for the students — it’s more difficult to get the schools to accept the students,” Clemente said.“ And we have to find the right students for the right family so they can be a good match.” As part of the program, temporary guardians must submit to a background check and orientation process, which usually ta...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

N & INC. Key of Blue Music Studio Erin Roberts – Piano and Voice Instructor Phone: 858-366-8902 Email: erinrebeccaroberts@ yahoo. com 5560 La Jolla Blvd. Suite A2, La Jolla CA 92037 www. keyofblue. com Playing piano uses 90% of the brain. No other activity has been found to use the brain to this extent! (– Donald A. Hodges, Director of the Music Research Institute at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro). Did you know? from will The best for a the road. many Recreation: Music is a fun family activity! Key of Blue Music Studio, which just opened its new location on La Jolla Boulevard, offers well-rounded and comprehensive voice and piano lessons tailored to all ages, levels and styles. Lessons are given under the philosophy that everyone has musical potential inside them. Call now for a free consultation. We offer 50 years combined experience, and an outstanding reputation. Top gun construction firm operated by a decorated Naval Builder. The European sensation i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

bruschetta, calamaretti, cappel- Unbelievable! Dining during their happy hour, at 7 p. m. and then 9 p. m. to close, they feature a marvelous selection of wines at $ 5 per glass and tapas at $ 3 per item, among them It was done with cherries and currants, covered in a cherry sauce and sprinkled with pine nuts ... not an exaggeration to say it tasted like an orgasm on a plate. and I must say it was heaven on earth, and more than that, it is eye and New York steak, among the other meats. If you dined here every day, you would never have to repeat a dish — plus they run many fish specials depending on what is available that day. I did break one of my rules — there was a chocolate crepe on the extensive dessert menu say nothing of filet mignon, rib Marco, the general manager, is very welltrained in the restaurant business, beginning It is the fourth in a chain that originated and still is located in Colorado, but calling it a chain doesn’t begin to do it justice. Chef Christian has styl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

l ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ‘ SummerFeast’ ends A far cry from ‘ Pomp and Circumstance’ BIRD ROCK PIZZA & SPORTS GRILL We Deliver to all areas of La Jolla, Pacific Beach & Mission Beach PIZZA / PASTA / SANDWICHES / SALADS / BURGERS n r————————————— PIZZA $ 3 off Large offMed off $ 1 off Small I I I I I I I I Min. $ 12 delivery after discounts Not valid with other offers. Specials excluded. Must present coupon. Exp. 9-6-07 5737 LA JOLLA BLVD. • DELIVERY ( 858) 456-BIRD • WWW. BIRDROCKPIZZA. COM $ 2 off 10% OFF Your Total Bill Min. $ 12 delivery after discounts Not valid with other offers. Specials excluded. Must present coupon. Exp. 9-6-07 95 Especially fetching was David Washburn’s piccolo trumpet performance ... This season introduced a wellattended series at the Birch North Park Theatre, where — what shall we call it? – more adventuresome and“ fun” fare was offered. Other innovations included the Wednesday“ Evening with…” series, this year with violi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

Sao Paulo, Brazil. Rio was awe- some. Vancouver was a beautiful place. I can usually get one day to myself to sightsee. London was amazing. JCH: Is there any one city that is a favorite? EU: I would say that some are more memorable than others. I just returned to Russia to play a concert in Moscow. I loved James Colt Harrison: How did playing the violin come about? EU: I grew up with a musical background. Both of my parents are affiliated with music. My mom is a pianist and a teacher. My dad is associated with orchestras. I grew up and had perfect pitch as a kid. I worked on the piano a little, and then I picked up the violin upon my teacher’s recommendation. She thought I had a gift, and so she pushed me toward playing the violin, and that’s how it happened! Sunday September 2nd Contemporary Sensation Show Band THIS WEEK’S CONCERT SPONSORED BY: The Daniels Group at Willis Allen JCH: Are you more famous in one country than another? EU: Well, I’m known wherever I play. I go on TV and...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

there’s a real ’ 50s message here: Time to desert the WWII factories and your independent lifestyle, girls, and go home and get barefoot and pregnant. Another subtlety exists if one is aware: Van Druten was a closet homosexual, and there are numerous undertones of that lifestyle as well in the multi-layered play and the production. For some viewers, enjoyment of “Bell, Book and Candle” may depend on the degree to which they are able to set aside the film adaptation and to enjoy the stage production for what it is, a glittering gem of period comedy. “Bell, Book and Candle” continues Tuesday through Sunday through Sept. 9 at the Cassius Carter Centre Stage, The Old Globe, 1363 Old Globe Way, Balboa Park. For tickets and information, visit www. theoldglobe. org or call ( 619) 23-GLOBE. ■ Hamilton catches all the subtleties of Gillian’s gradual change from bitchy witch to softer, emotional woman. If one looks for it, orated in red velvet and sequined cushions, is surrounded by flat, bla...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

11% RETURNS FIRST POSITION TRUST DEEDS liw You Can RELAX? Is Your Money Working so David: It is a real pleasure coaching this group of players. They always bring their best whether it’s at practice or the weight room. We can’t wait to see what happens on the field. David: The games our team is pointing to are the four Coastal League games. I don’t think there is a tougher league around. LJVN: Name some key players on this year’s defensive side of the ball and special teams. Commercial real estate purchases & refinance, construction loans, land development. LTV’S 65% and lower. LJVN: Next up on the schedule? Income Investment Self Directed IRA’s welcomed LJVN: If you had to improve one thing from last season, what would it be? Real Estate Broker – CA. Dept. of Real Estate # 00804375 Federal Home Loans Corporation Ponsford: The Vikings open the season against defending CIF Division IV champion Santa Fe Christian at Edwards Field Friday night ( Aug. 31). The JVs kick off at...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

in Torreys tame and Presented by William Tontz, Jr., M. D. Orthopaedic Surgeon Marcia Tassinari, M. P. T. Build Better Bones Life Without Osteoporosis Part 2: An Orthopaedic Perspective 55 • How to manage and reverse osteoporosis problems & pain • Learn new information on surgical procedures and medical treatments LEARN New information on osteoporosis FACT MYTH You can manage osteoporosis problems You can’t do anything about osteoporosis At 4 p. m., the JV Torreys will face the San Diego Jewish Academy’s varsity team, also at home. ■ Despite an Upper School student body of less than 300, The Meadows School holds the Nevada record of 51 straight wins in football with five consecutive state championships from 1998-2002. LJCD opens the regularly scheduled season this Friday ( Aug. 31) night with a home game versus The Meadows School of Las Vegas. Kick off is at 7 p. m. The LJCD JV squad scrimmaged JV squads from Calvin Christian, Tri-City Christian and Escondido Charter. Th...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — La Jolla Village News — 30 August 2007

PTRUrln SO ■ L ■ J u in GHB 1 FUSE tSUtSKI *Heineken $250,000 Del Mar futurity (gr.i) OVlEJAS C A SI N O OUTLET CENTER ■ This year, the Del Mar season ends in style After the races, join us for our biggest and final bash of the summer - the ail new FREE Party in the Paddock. Bring your coolest friends and kick up your heels to live music and great refreshments. The highlight of the evening is a free concert with the ever-popular Super Diamond. Presented by Viejas Casino. r n | THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 2007 | lar Montrachet-Almost Sold Out! 2 Remaining! Where Every Home is a Masterpiece 3-bedroom, 3-full-bath in La Jolla Village Great Location! Walk to everything! Construction now complete! Light, bright with gorgeous chiseled travertine floors throughout all living space! European mantle fireplace for cozy winter days Dual master suites Large kitchen for entertaining 2-car parking in gated garage All closets with custom built-ins Silhouette window treatments for light & priv...

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