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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 June 2008

* Seller will entertain offers between itJitn; f>19-3W194 * Mike; 619-3W-8538 E-mail; KarL<ivMik<a)San.rr.com „Jf bÑxÇ [ Éâáx DDIIRREECCTTOORRYY In Escrow 1668 Grand Ave, # B Fastest sell out in 92109!! Water Views • Spacious Floor Plans • Luxury Beach Living Sold Sold Sold! 1220 - 1226 Grand 858-926-6822 Jasmine Kung jasmine@ azurepacific. net AZURE A A ii<. Open House Every Sunday 1-4pm South Misson Beach, New Mediterranean Townhouse 737 / 739 Dover 2BR/ 2.5BA Starting @ $ 1.075K Erika Spears Working with Kathy Evans Coastal Properties Swim Suit Required/ Black Tie Optional! Newly listed in North PB, 1100 blk! Ocean close 2BR, like new t’home with roof decks and upgrades galore! $ 635,000 858.490.4119 3BR/ 3BA 2BR/ 2.5BA 8 Rooms w/ Ocean View 3BR/ 3BA 3BR/ 2.5BA 4BR/ 4.5BA 2BR/ 2BA 11am-2pm 11am-4pm 10am-6pm 11am-2pm 2pm-5pm 12pm-6pm 12pm-3pm 4155 Gresham 877 Armada Terrace 2550 Via Viesta 4155 Gresham 2383 Beryl St. 6062 Soledad Mountai...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 June 2008

Top Producing ReMax Agent Carlo* 85&86W741 Rob: 858-397-3108 In sellers’ markets or buyers’ markets, RE/ MAX Coastal agents have the expertise it takes to get the job done. KATHY EVANS 92109’ s Top Producer ( 858) 488-SELL ISellBeach. com Nobody sells more real estate than RE/ MAX. Find out what RE/ MAX Coastal Properties can do for you. Give us a call, or stop by. That’s an advantage you can’t afford to be without. In Pacific & Mission Beach, experienced RE/ MAX Coastal agents average more sales than other real estate agents. Gorgeous ocean front 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo with a major remodel in 2004. Elevator and parking with a great entertaining and patio area. North Mission Beach, close to World Famous and coffee shops. Currently a excellent income-producing vacation rental. Granite counters, stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer in unit. Travertine floors in living and kitchen area. Turn-key — perfect for an investor. SOLD furnished! $ 1,895,000...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

KIRBY YAU | BEACH & BAY PRESS Tanner Mannion hurls a pitch against a Red Sox batter during the Mission Bay Little League finals at Bob McEvoy Field Friday, June 6. The Red Sox beat the Royals 6-4 and will move on to the District 32 Tournament of Champions June 17-24. New middle school mural celebrates PB landmark BY ANTHONY GENTILE | BEACH& BAY PRESS PAUL HANSEN | BEACH & BAY PRESS Artist Tom Plonka takes a break from painting the new mural at PB Middle School, 4676 Ingraham St. The mural features an underwater view of three whales swimming past Crystal Pier. The proposed MAD included properties in a T-shape that covers Cass Street to the beach between Mission Bay to Chalcedony Street and the area between Felspar and Thomas streets to Gresham Street. The program aimed to raise “We’re going to look into other alternatives and perhaps a more streamlined [ maintenance assessment district],” he said. Discover Pacific Beach Executive Director Benjamin ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

· Close to Shopping · Stainless Appliances Bernie sosna “I’ll Come To Your Rescue” www. BernieSosna. com 619.338.8876 Pager 858.490.6127 Direct | THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 2008 | INTRODUCING LA JOLLA VILLAGE! Seven new 3BR/ 3.5BA, 3-and 4-story townhomes minutes to everything with beautiful kitchens, ample storage, oversized 3-car garages, elevators, spa tubs, fireplaces, lovely botanical gardens & much more! Solar, low HOA’s and steps to everything! JUST BRING YOUR TOYS! BERNIE SOSNA 858/ 490-6127 BernieSosna. com KEARNY MESA STEAL! LA JOLLA MESA LOT! This it has spectacular ocean views! Seller has coastal development permit and building plans are ready. SELLER WILL ENTERTAIN OFFERS BETWEEN $ 695,000 & $ 895,000 CENTURY211ST. COM 858/ 273-2121 GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT! $ 530,000 3BR beach house has some upgrades such as newer hardwood and tile floors, remodeled bathroom and more. Just needs some more TLC. Yards are in the process of being cleaned up. perks. Short sa...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

858.775.7333 WYATT BRENDA & DAN MARIE TOLSTAD 858.705.1444 www. mtolstad. com CRAIG HENDERSON 858.922.0367 chenderson@ coldwell banker. com ■_ darlene@ darleneallen. com DARLENE ALLEN 858.539.4412 Owned and Operated by NRT, Incorporated. Equal Housing Opportunity. Buyer to verify accuracy of all information pertaining to property. MM if Linda Daniels A. Open Saturday 1– 4 p. m. Blackhorse Farms 3106 Hamburg Square $ 1,250,000 B. Open Saturday 1– 4 p. m. La Jolla Shores 8697 Dunaway Drive $ 1,395,000 858-361-5561 WILLIS ALLEN RE At ES TATE I RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE & 4090 Mission Blvd. ■ 858.488.4090 www. CaMoves. com Fri 1-4 3560 Bayside Walk $ 1,999,000 Sat 10-1 3560 Bayside Walk $ 1,999,000 Sat & Sun 1-4 773 Sapphire St. $ 1,225,000 2383 Beryl St. $ 639,000 Sun 1-3 988 Agate Street $ 734,000 Sun 1-4 5312 Soledad Mt. Rd. $ 1,199,000 PACIFIC BEACH $ 849,900 Enjoy entertaining in your tropical backyard; BBQ on built-in grill & relax w/ fr...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

WWW.PA RAD/SEFOUyUSa CXfAf DAVID R. INDERMILL & ASSOCIATES 858.414. LIST ( 5478) Carlo* 85&86W741 Rob: 858-397-3108 Introducing 4 New Individual Single Family Residences 1161, 1163, 1165, 1167 Oliver Avenue SOLD KATHY EVANS Pricing Properties to MOVE You! ( 858) 488-SELL ISellBeach. com Turn to an experienced RE/ MAX Coastal Properties agent. RE/ MAX Coastal agents average more sales than other agents. They know their markets. And they actually care about the people they work with. get the job done. When it comes to buying or selling a home, turn to the agent you can trust to The Agent You Trust That’s why RE/ MAX Coastal agents enjoy such loyalty and repeat business from past clients. RE/ MAX agents have helped millions of families with their real estate needs. We’re ready to help you, too. Nobody sells more real estate than RE/ MAX. You have an appreciation for the intricate details that separate the good from the fabulously wonderful! Especially when it co...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

Wearing blue jail-issue clothing and security chains, Bonsu pleaded not guilty to murder before San Diego Superior Court Judge Fred Maguire, who set a status conference for June 12. The incident took place in Pacific Beach on May 24 around 2: 20 a. m., and Ward was hospitalized that night. He Bail was set at $ 500,000 on June 5 for Sam Osei Bonsu, 35, a Pacific Beach man charged with murder in the beating death of Nathaniel Ward, 25, following a near-collision involving a taxicab. The suspect’s attorney and friends say he was defending himself after he was attacked. Armstrong, in an interview with KFMB-TV Channel 8, added:“ He got out of the car to see what was going on. Words were exchanged, and all of a sudden he’s surrounded by three guys whom he’s never met and they were cussing at Deputy District Attorney Corrine Miesfeld urged the judge to set high bail, saying,“ The defendant poses a substantial danger to the community.” She died in the hospital on May 29. Ward and Bonsu live...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

required of all groups seeking to hold events with greater than 75 persons in attendance, hold an event of the magnitude of the OTL. The same is event permit was required to alcoholic beverage at any time upon any public property not including public parks as listed.” It needs to be understood that both before and after the booze ban passed, a special “Unless the City Manager or his designee has issued a special event permit, it is unlawful for any person to consume any What has not changed is the process by which these special events take place. SDMC 56.54, prior to the booze ban, read, including the bayside, the piers and the city parks, including Fiesta Island, where OTL and many other special events are held. hours, and it extended the physical coverage of the ban to all parts of Mission Bay Park sumed from noon to 8 p. m. The amendment that was passed in late 2007 extended the“ banned hours” from 16 hours to 24 which alcohol could be con- restricted the consumption of alcohol o...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

Discover Pacific Beach boardmember Jerry Hall said Pacific Beach doesn’t need a MAD. “If Discover PB spent a little time focusing on cleaning up PB “It’s the commercial businesses or owners who need to foot the bill, not the residents,” said Jim Moore, owner of Mission Bay Realty and former Pacific Beach Town Council president. about $ 475,000 a year to clean streets, add a few more police officers on the weekends along Garnet Avenue and provide other services, such as tree pruning. But the residents felt that they shouldn’t be charged for problems they feel are created by the bars and taverns. “It’s like a bad Disneyland ride where you spend two years waiting in line and two days watching it fall apart. But if you’re on the Nicholls, however, said Discover Pacific Beach lacks the resources to provide the services of a MAD, adding that future Discover Pacific Beach cleanup programs will have to rely more on volunteerism. That means property owners and managers would have to clean up...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

San Diego Restaurant Week brought to you by CAl >t OR NIK VODKA no a a S. PELLfLG RINO ,,6oo DflTUHAW AHOCUTION | THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 2008 | RESTAURANT WEEK RETURNS JUNE 22-27 San Diego's most delicious tradition is coming back to offer extraordinary food at bargain prices. Enjoy three-course prix fixe meals at 130 of the county's finest restaurants tor only S30 or $40 per person. Get more for less! Visit SanDlGgoRostaurantWGGk.com for more details Sandiego

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

Guests are advised to bring their own food and drinks, chairs and lotion. Contest-related T-shirts programs and souvenirs will be on sale to also raise funds. water programs and other community service donations approved by the membership. Santa Clara Rec Center is located at 1008 Santa Clara Place. For information call ( 858) 581-9928. “It really supports the community and providing recreational opportunities for the youth,” said rec center director Toni Crockett. In addition, the center is hosting a water safety contest for the students of Crown Point Elementary School. All participants will receive a participation award and winners will receive a U. S. savings bond reward. Presentation of awards will take place at the breakfast. The center will also present the school with a collection of new books for its library. Book donations will also be accepted during the breakfast. him and coming toward him.” Some of Bonsu’s friends attended the arraignment and defended him to reporters.“...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

“We met Tim a long, long time ago,” said Tico Hernandez of Agua Dulce. “( Several of) our members played with him in Sol Power at the Green Circle Bar ( a legendary defunct downtown jazz and jam bar). Tim is our homie, so we take care of our own.” Psydecar. Pacheco, a larger-than-life performer, has been a perennial presence in the local music scene since the early ’ 90s. A mainstay of the local jam band/ reggae contingency, he has played with several groups including Sol Power, Black Market Disciples and Wise Monkey Orchestra. He’s also been in demand as a session player, notably contributing to P. O. D.’ s hit version of the ’ 80s classic,“ Eyes of a Stranger.” However, it’s with Psydecar that he has established his rep. It’s all about fried food and fun times at the SD County Fair Over twenty savory samples for one tow price! Stroll the streets on a self-guided walking tour of over 20 restaurants in San www. A damsA veOnline. com BY LORALEE OLEJNIK | BEACH& BAY PRESS ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

JUNE 12, 2008 BEACH & BAY PRESS DON BALCH | BEACH & BAY PRESS A visit to the San Diego County Fair isn’t complete without trying a corndog. The Pacific Beach Town Council is hosting PB Day at the Fair on Father’s Day, June 15. Stop by the Infield Pavilion for the chance to win prizes and answer trivia questions about PB. FAIR CONTINUED FROMPage 10 3 courses The fair will be open every day except the first two Mondays ( June 16 and 23). Gates open every day at 10 a. m. and exhibits close at 10 p. m. Sundays through Thursdays, 11 p. m. Fridays and Saturdays. The carnival area closes at approximately midnight every night. Parking is $ 9 per vehicle/ motorcycle, $ 15 for RV’s. The fairgrounds are located at 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. in Del Mar. Free parking and shuttle service is available every day from the Del Mar horsepark east of the fairgrounds, and from MiraCosta College and Torrey Pines High School on weekends and July 4. For a complete schedule visit www. ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 12 June 2008

For tournament information visit www. avp. com. The final SoCal stop will be in Manhattan Beach Sept 19-21. The format at the oldest place to host an event includes the eight most successful teams of the season versus eight teams who have to qualify in during a“ huge” qualifying pretournament. The Long Beach and San Diego events will be single-elimination formats. The AVP tour will next be in Belmar, New Jersey. On July 24-27 they will be back in SoCal when the AVP returns to Long Beach. The following week, the AVP tour returns to San Diego for the first time in four years, August 1-3 at Mariner’s Point. be off at FIVB ( international) tournaments — so anything can hap- pen.” “I’m optimistic about the season,” DeNecochea added.“ We are always in contention. Plus during some of the remaining tournaments, some of the top teams will Stolfus, from San Diego and a former SDSU Aztec, was partnered with Larry Witt. Stolfus was rookie of the year in 2005. On the men’s side, the San Diegans ...

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Store zucchini in a plastic bag in the fridge crisper drawer for up to five days, and wash just before use. is picked or purchased. Green beans are best used immediately, but can be stored in the fridge, tightly wrapped in a plastic bag, for up to five days. Store celery in the refrigerator in a plastic bag. Keep celery Store fresh basil wrapped in a paper towel in a plastic bag in the refrigerator to keep the leaves dry and protect them from becoming black or wilted. For best flavor,“ ripen” canta - loupes at room temperature or approximately 70 degrees F. for about two to four days; once ripe, store them in the refrigerator where they can keep for 10 to 14 days. Do not refrigerate tomatoes! They will retain their flavor and ripen correctly at room temperature. Once they are ripe, use within three days. Because corn is highly perishable, it should be refrigerated immediately after you buy it. Cook as soon as possible after it As with peaches and nectarines, allow plums to ripen and...

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PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, HALL OF JUSTICE 330 W. BROADWAY SAN DIEGO , CA. 92101-3827 CASE NO: 37-2008-00084901-CU-PT-CTL PETITIONER OR ATTORNEY, DENNIS VIDAURRI ROMO P. O. BOX 9598 SAN DIEGO, CA. 92169 858-220-1659 HAS FILED A PETITION WITH THIS COURT FOR A DECREE CHANGING PETITIONERS NAME FROM DENNIS VIDAURRI ROMO TO DENNIS ROMEO VIDAURRI THE COURT ORDERS THAT all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition should not be granted. NOTICE OF HEARING TO BE HELD ON JULY 15, 2008 AT 8: 30 AM, DEPARTMENT D-25 330 WEST BROADWAY SAN DIEGO, CA. 92101 ISSUE DATES: JUN 05, 12, 19 AND 26, 2008 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 2008-016001 THE NAME( S) OF BUSINESS: CLASSIC WINDOW CONCEPTS located at: 4548 JICARILLO AVE. SAN DIEGO, CA.. 92117 is hereby registered by the folllowing owner( s): CHRISTINE AVERY This business is being conducted by ...

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itjren; 619-379-1 * Mike 619-3&1-853& E-mail: _ , * JE Urn 2 Cottages at La Jolla’s Seahaus 737 / 739 Dover 2BR/ 2.5BA Starting @ $ 1.075K Water Views • Spacious Floor Plans • Luxury Beach Living Sold Sold Sold! Jasmine Kung 858-926-6822 jasmine@ azurepacific. net AZURE A 1 A Open House Every Sunday 1-4pm South Misson Beach, New Mediterranean Townhouse 1220 - 1226 Grand Fastest sell out in 92109!! In Escrow 1668 Grand Ave, # B 6010 La Jolla Hermosa, Bird Rock 3BR/ 2BA – 8,300 sq. ft. lot $ 1,365,000 www. 6010LaJollaHermosa. com Erika Spears Working with Kathy Evans Coastal Properties Swim Suit Required/ Black Tie Optional! Newly listed in North PB, 1100 blk! Ocean close 2BR, like new t’home with roof decks and upgrades galore! $ 635,000 858.490.4119 DDIIRREECCTTOORRYY bÑxÇ [ Éâáx 2BR/ 2.5BA 2BR/ 2.5BA FRIDAY JUNE 13 $ 1,145,000 $ 1,245,000 Ellen Alvord • 619-806-0218 • Mission Beach Ellen Alvord • 619-806-0218 • Mission Beach 10am-1pm 10am-1pm 730 Brighton Ct...

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