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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 18 September 2008

SCHOOLS Today, Sept. 18 and Friday, Sept. 19, the Point Loma High School class of 1968 will host its 40th year reunion at the San Diego Yacht Club, 1011 Anchorage Lane. An icebreaker takes place at 7 p. m. Sept. 18 at Miguels on Shelter Island, while the formal reunion is slated for 6: 30 p. m. Sept. 19. For more information, e-mail rbsutter@ cox. net. • Friday, Sept. 26, 7: 45 a. m., principal’s chat for all parents. • Tuesday, Sept. 30, picture day. Mondays, 3 to 3: 45 p. m., babysigning story time for infants and caregivers, Ocean Beach Library, 4801 Santa Monica Ave. For more information, call ( 619) 531-1532. Friday, Sept. 19, 7: 30 p. m., Connie Sheu performs classical guitar as part of a cultural events series at the Crill Performance Center of Point Loma Nazarene University, 3900 Lomaland Drive. Tickets are $ 15 for adults, $ 12 for students, seniors and military. For more information, call ( 619) 8492325, or visit www. conniesheu. com. Thursday, Oct. 2, 7: 30 p. m., awardwi...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 18 September 2008

Services Offered Personals PLEASE SPAY OR NEUTER YOUR PETS! 525-3057 TINY TINA What a little sweetheart! Tiny Tina is a min/ pin chihuahua mix. She is only 4 lbs! This little petite girl would make a wonderful traveling companion or a stay home lap dog! She is a devoted canine who needs a home. She is spayed, current on all vaccines and microchipped. Please call SNAP volunteer foster if interested in meeting Tiny Tina. 310/ 918-5120 or 760/ 815-0945 Contact SNAP at 858/ 456-0452 Misc. For Sale MOVING/ GARAGE SALE. Diving equipment, incl. tanks, wet and dry suits, lots of new tools, Furniture Add New Computer software, TV and Video player and 100s of videos. Skis, underwater scooter, and exercise equipment. See at 3538A Ashford S 1-800-STOPFORECLOSURE. COM HELP! Don’t Lose Your Home. You deserve a 2nd chance. Long-term help. 10+ yrs of real results-No hype. 888-832-5100 http:// www. 1-800-StopForeclosure. com help@ 1-800-StopForeclosure. com Garage/ Yard Sales ELECTRONICS Income Oppo...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 18 September 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 18 September 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 18 September 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 18 September 2008

This single story home“ on the hill” in P. B. is an entertainer’s delight. Open, light and bright with a huge gourmet kitchen. 3 master bedrooms plus powder room. Finished 2 car garage. 10,890 sf manicured lot with brick patio. Fireplace. Spa. Offered at: $ 1,349,000 North Pacific Beach home with Sweeping Ocean Views! Open Sat & Sun 1-4pm. 4954 Collingwood Dr. Ll&a Blankiei Real Es4s1e Professional WHY WORK WITH LISA BLANKENSHIP? In this tough market you need an experienced agent that lives locally and works full time real estate. Licensed since 1987 with a 10-year escrow background. Call and interview LISA today. Associates ■13 ~ 619-807-5966 615 Wrelton Dr. Erika Spears Pacific Beach Live in“ The Tower” 12th floor west penthouse, 2200 sf of pano views. $ 969,000 Colossal New Homes on 1100 block of Oliver, Open Sat & Sun 1– 4. 4BR + rec. rm, bay view roofdecks, 2150 sf. From $ 1,069,000 Mission Beach bayside, like new home… Nantucket Island style...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 18 September 2008

The • Most Insurances Accepted • Large Frame Selection • Same Day Contact Lenses Gary Gilmore 4857 Newport Ave · Ocean Beach · 619-225-1137 CONTACT LENS EXAM $ 88 00 J EYE EXAM $5300 4822 NEWPORT AVE Annual (619)222-0559 Baek-To-Sel NewportAvenueOptometry.com Checkup Open Saturdays Dr. Eli Ben-Moshe • Dr. Betty Youndt Mokume Gane for* surfh SURF CLASSIC The Tony Mezzadri ocean beach, ca The new CBS series being filmed almost entirely in Ocean Beach! Premier Episode of Don’t Miss the Friday, October 3rd at 9: 00pm CBS Channel 8. OceanBeachSanDiego.com Alexandra Breckenridge is among the cast members of“ The Ex List.” w ■ A. lOUft Hit Your Mark! Custom Framing 15% OFF ENTIRE JOB San Diego’s Largest Selection a benefit for spinal cord injury research All proceeds to benefit the UCSD Foundation for Spinal Cord Injury Spaghetti Dinner ~ September 26, 2008 Masonic Center - 1711 Sunset Cliffs Blvd., Ocean Beach Dinner Served 5-8 • Tickets $ 8.00 • Live Music by Jon Garner Trio Silent Aucti...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

Infrastructure, growth still at odds BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON As a result, some important issues regarding a growing Peninsula were not adequately addressed, said Christy Schisler, a Point Loma resident and active community member. The format left some residents disappointed because they couldn’t ask panel members questions directly, but they were given opportunities to clarify their questions. asked to submit questions to moderators. District 2 Councilman Kevin Faulconer and the other panel representatives then fielded those questions. Community members were San Diego Regional Airport Authority representatives, Port District officials, Navy representatives and transportation officials from the San Diego Association of Governments updated about 100 Peninsula residents on the latest project plans for the future of Point Loma. Airport developments, traffic problems and aging infrastructure topped community members’ lists of concerns during a Point Loma Town Hall meeting Tuesday....

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

Offered at $ 1,695,000 CRISTINE GEE & SUMMER CRABTREE ( 619) 980-4433 CECIL SHUFFLER, CRB ( 619) 980-3441 1150 ANCHORAGE LANE # 602! Point Loma Penthouse at Le Rondelet with world wide views of the city, yacht basin, harbor + Mexico. 1,900 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, newer kitchen. Ready for immediate occupancy. Asking $ 1,099,000 BRIGHT AND SUNNY MISSION VALLEY CONDO! ANNIE COLEMAN ( 619) 977-2457 Located in the lovely complex of Mission Plaza, complete with tennis courts, 3 pools, huge clubhouse, and terrific landscaping! Easy freeway and trolley access and walking distance to stadium. This spacious 2BR unit overlooks the pool area. Perfect for 1st time buyer or investor. Reduced $ 220,000 HISTORICAL RE- ENACTMENT WHERE CULTURES COME TOGETHER... ... AND HISTORY COMES ALIVE FREE ADMISSION in to beautify city beaches An estimated 7,000 volunteers from across San Diego converged on local beaches and waterways Saturday for the 24th annual California Coastal Cleanup...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

The county’s Department of Environmental Health ( DEH) is still uncertain of the source of the solid sewage debris that began washing up on the western shore of Fiesta Island last week. DEH was notified about the contamination on Monday, Sept. 17 As for finding the person responsible for releasing the sewage in Mission Bay, McPherson implied that the chances are slim. “Any liquid material that’s in the bay, there’s no way to clean it up and it becomes part of the bay. But the solid material, the city has been going out and raking the beaches every morning and collecting the material and taking it to the landfill,” he said. since the discovery. “I would assume that if a septic truck was sitting at the bay pumping sewage into it, with all the media attention on the bay being closed because of illegal sewage and someone saw it, I would guess that they would give us a call,” he said.“ We haven’t had that call.” BY LARRY HARMON | THE BEACON and began posting signs around the boat launche...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

'L.Nii Uilir-irlL t',rj Stretch, reach am! achieve your goals - we Imow you can Jo it! In fact, we'll li elp you ewry step of th v way. iuirt file we did with San Diego Gymnastics, The vandalism cases, which occurred first between June 19-20 and then again between Sept. 1213, involved the spraying of an unidentified bluish-colored liquid, according to San Diego Police Department Lt. John Leas. The liquid in both cases is A rash of vehicle vandalisms stretching a 16-block area of Ocean Beach will cost vehicle owners an estimated $ 100,000 in repairs, according to San Diego police investigators. believed to an ink product that causes permanent paint damage to most cars — causing not only monetary issues for vehicle owners but inconvenience and lost time. In all, at least 130 vehicles were vandalized in the two incidents and involve an estimated 80 vehi- the suspects struck about 30 vehi- cles. They returned to target another 100 or so vehicles in September, according to Leas. Streets ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

Looking down at the table or around the room, the others sat with bored, disinterested expressions on their faces. Only one councilmember, Toni Atkins, stood out someone from the public was addressing them on an important issue affecting so many of their constituents. from the rest. She exhibited courtesy, respect and an obvious interest in the fact that During my well-prepared and well-thought-out commentary, Mr. Faulconer never once looked up from his papers to so much as acknowledge my presence, let alone my presentation. As I spoke, another member of the council smiled and waved exuberantly to someone in the audience. As a community advocate in San Diego for the past 14 years, I attended such a meeting on Sept. 3 to address the council regarding a legislation proposal. After nearly five ence. years of research and preparation, it was an opportunity I had looked forward to. The experience certainly was memorable, but not in the manner I’d expected from our city representatives. T...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

0715/08 COLD STONE © Pilots do nal Include tan. Waffle products and extra mu-m available lor an addmonat cnarga Lnatone per cuMomer Dei wsK var-d onff ai location iwted An "ofH» reserved Liberty Station Marketplace (Behind Trader Joe's) (619) 221-8291 Craitt Your Own nt crtim includes Ice Cream • 1 Mut-in. PitH utt snown n ORE OS Oviitoid What’sNew( s) “I think of how wonderful it would be in the lifetime of Tony’s children if there would be an effective treatment for spinal cord injury,” Suzanne said. Mezzadri’s mother, Suzanne, said she continues to hold out hope that money raised for research will pay off for others. “One of the greatest things about this event is being able to connect with the people who support it,” said Mezzadri.“ It is so generous of them. It is great to see everyone having a good time in a supportive and caring way.” with a degree in communications and media studies and a minor in Spanish. Mezzadri graduated from the University of San Diego in 2003 Today, Me...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

Prizes will be awarded beginning at 11 a. m. for the child who catches the most fish, as well as for the biggest, smallest, and“ ugliest or most unusual” fish. For more information, call ( 619) 224-9274, or ( 619) 225-8705. Registration is free and is continuous from 8 to 11 a. m. in front of the bait shop. No fishing license is required. vided by the Ocean Beach Pier tackle shop. annual OB Fishing Derby on Saturday, Sept. 27. Members of he Kiwanis Club of Ocean Beach will be on hand with punch, popcorn and prizes for children up to age 12 who catch a fish between 8 and 11 a. m. Families are encouraged to fish together, but in order to be eligible for a prize, the fish must actually be landed by the child. Participants must bring their own fishing gear. Bait will be pro- AT CELEBRATE THE SEASON The Shores restaurant LOCATED AT LA lOLLA SHORES HOTEl For more information, call ( 619) 610-0739, or visit www. girlscoutssdi. org. Organizers say the event is designed to encourage girls, b...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

District 2 Councilman Kevin Faulconer, flanked by other panelists from the Navy, Airport Authority and local transportation representatives, talks about visions for the Peninsula during a Point Loma Town Hall meeting on Tuesday night. SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON HONOR THE POOR and BLESS the ANIMALS SAINT FRANCIS Celebration and Art Show CONTINUED FROMPage 1 welcome to yOU banking You have earned the luxury of your own Priority Banker. A nearby Priority Banking 7 office is now open. A new, elite banking experience is now available in your area. It's called Priority Banking. 3 You'll enjoy the perfect combination of recognition, preferred service and banking expertise — a H directed by your skilled Priority Banker. You've earned extraordinary service. Your banker is waiting. Invest in you" u ni on ban k.tom/pr i o r ity CaJI today to set up an appointment with your Priority Banker. Point Loma: \ 175 Rosccrans. Joe E. Gonzalez, (619) 22 M 990 TOWN HALL 1 The Priority Banking program of...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

—— &. —— 2445 Truxtun Rd. # 105 San Diego, CA 92106 In The Liberty Station Marketplace ( 619) 955-5007 San Diego’s family of trusted jewelers since 1937 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 2008 THE PENINSULA BEACON SPORTS Chargers soar past Jets to climb back into the AFC West hunt BY BOB HURST | THE BEACON the second-most in team history since scoring 114 in 1981. road win over the Bears. Griese overcame three interceptions to guide drives of 63 and 79 yards ( TD pass to Jerramy Stevens) to tie the game, then one of 90 yards in overtime that ended with a 21-yard field goal from Matt Bryant said.“ I know it’s not a recipe for success in the long run. But today, it was a necessity for the style of defense that the Bears have. In the NFL today, you have to be able to adapt and find ways to win, and that’s what we did.” for the game winner. Griese was 38 of 67 for 402 yards and two touchdowns in the game. His 67 pass attempts set a franchise record and are fifth-most all-time in the NFL...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

While 52nd Street does not perform any original material, they do occasionally include songs not written by Joel. “We prefer to focus on replicating the music and vocals. That in itself is quite a challenge. ( He) uses every inch of the piano and his vocal range is great,” Bowe said. The group does not attempt to look like Joel and his band, preferring to concentrate on the songs. a big hand.” Bowe has remained a Joel fan ever since, but it was a performance in Los Angeles this last “I grew up in Boston, not far from New York, and Billy Joel was huge,” Bowe said.“ I attended my first concert by Billy Joel on Sept. 30, 1978. Interestingly enough, our upcoming Humphrey’s show will be 30 years to the day from that first experience.” Street performs at Humphrey’s Backstage Lounge. For frontman John Bowe, it’s the culmination of a lifelong admiration for Joel’s music. On Tuesday, Sept. 30, 52nd The band has a set list of 25 songs, with a mix of hits and catalog favorites. formats — as a ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 25 September 2008

Wednesday, Oct. 8, 10 a. m., the Point Loma Garden Club hosts its monthly meeting. Featured is Robin Pokorski, president of the California Garden Clubs, Inc. Pokorski’s topic will be“ Garden Club: A Good Place to Grow.” The event takes place at the Portuguese Hall, 2818 Avenida de Portugal. For more information, call ( 858) 483-2693, or visit www. plgc. org. • Friday, Sept. 26, 7: 45 a. m., principal’s chat for all parents. • Tuesday, Sept. 30, picture day. FAMILY LAW ESTATE PLANNING Wednesday, Oct. 1, 6: 30 p. m., the Hervey/ Point Loma Branch Library hosts its fifth anniversary celebration. At 6: 30 p. m., children will make their own stringed instruments and the Peninsula Singers will perform. At 7 p. m., Jung Ho Pak, conductor of the San Diego Chamber Orchestra, will conduct a master class of the String Quartet of the San Diego public schools. The event is free. For more information, call ( 619) 531-1539. Thursday, Oct. 9, 10 to 11 a. m., baby-signing storytime with children’s a...

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