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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 9 October 2008

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 9 October 2008

www. DeepTissueMassage. biz Acupuncture & Massage Center kn r-'-' -ti Fully licensed and insured. Lic# 723867 10% Off with mention of this ad. • Mini Blinds • Screens BWlCARHET* 60 Seething 61 Effrontery 62 Brought to bay 64 Become oxidized 65 Knock 67 Cabbage variety 69 Mother tongue ( abbr.) 71 Hairpiece 75 Get along 76 Influences 77 Foreign 79 Playing card 81 Quite a bit 82 Fuss 84 Every 85 Pugs and poodles 87 Baked — 89 Hotels 90 Take hold of 91 Roundup 92 Something of value 93 Secular 94 Demand payment from 95 Phi Beta — 96 Bridge position 97 Surrounded by 98 Brink 99 Stage direction 101Beastly 103Family member, for short 104Old-style entertainment 107“— it a pity?” 108Big sandwich 110 Unriddle 111 Spotted horse 113 Remainder 114 Fixes fraudulently 116 Regret 117 That man’s 120Medieval“ science” 122Nil 124Dried grape 126— - de-vie 128Niche 129Complaint 130Countrified 131Lacking sense 133Nice Nelly 135Explosion 138Scoundrel 139Gone up 140Wide awake 142Denomination 14...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 9 October 2008

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 9 October 2008

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 9 October 2008

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

BY PAUL DOUGLAS | BEACH& BAY PRESS BY SHANNON MULHALL | BEACH& BAY PRESS The Mission Bay High School ( MBHS) Lady Buccaneers girls varsity volleyball team won their own 8-team tournament for the second year in a row Saturday, Oct. 4. On Nov. 4, San Diegans will decide who receives Mission Bay Park’s lease revenue when they weigh in on Proposition C. The Mission Bay Park Committee ( MBPC) discussed the charter amendment as well as redevelopment of Fiesta Island at its Oct. 7 meeting at the Santa Clara Recreation Cen- »-7 In 2004, City Council enacted the Mission Bay Ordinance. The measure gives 25 per- Roughly 90 percent of Mission Bay Park’s lease revenues are funneled every year into the city’s general fund, which pays for emergency and basic services. “The Mission Bay compact has been broken for three decades,” Bob Ottilie, who served for years on the MBPC as a member at large and acting chairperson, said after the meeting. SeaWorld and Mission Bay Park pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

619.338.8876 Pager 858.490.6127 Direct www. BernieSosna. com | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2008 | LA JOLLA MESA LOT! This it has spectacular ocean views! Seller has coastal development permit and building plans are ready. JUST REDUCED $ 690,000 CENTURY211ST. COM 858/ 273-2121 SPACIOUS DEL CERRO HOME KEARNY MESA STEAL! RESORT-STYLE PB CONDO! JUST REDUCED TOO! ONLY $ 209,000 INTRODUCING LA JOLLA VILLAGE! New 3BR/ 3.5BA, 3-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 Clean, sunny and bright, one bedroom condo. West-facing with some views, some upgrades and minutes to parks, shopping, beach, bay & freeway. Pools, spas & weight room. perks. Short sale! Very nicely upgraded 3BR/ 2BA, 1,536 sq. ft., detached home in great neigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

PACIFIC BEACH $ 499,000-$ 549,000 1/ 2 BLOCK TO BAY! 3BR/ 2BA! MLS# 080064105 CARMEL VALLEY $ 699,000 CUSTOMIZED 2 BR, 2.5 BA HOME MLS# 080060707 LA MESA $ 459,000 CHARMING 3BR/ 2BA HOME! MLS# 080056352 4090 Mission Blvd. ~ 858.488.4090 www. CaMoves. com Runners in the BeachFest 8K run make their way to the finish line after running from Crystal Pier to the jetty and back Saturday, Oct. 11. The event drew large crowds for a day of family-friendly entertainment. The Krakusy Dancers from Los Angeles perform at the Polish Festival Saturday, Oct. 11, to the delight of the large crowd at the Polish Mission, 1735 Grand Ave. Bob Puetz, vice president of operations at Belmont Park, speaks at a rally to support Prop D at Belmont Park Wednesday, Oct. 8. BARRY SCHWARTZ | BEACH & BAY PRESS Dressed in her formal wear, PB Elementary teacher Jennifer Cromar climbed in the school’s dunk tank at BeachFest and prepares for the inevitable splashdown. IHtttK Apr ( Clockwise from top left) R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

A box of 100 premium Red Delicious or Gold Delicious apples is $ 40, with proceeds donated to a variety of groups. The PB Kiwanis are now accepting orders for the group’s annual Apple Sale fundraiser. Kiwanis will help benefit local community groups. mount, glass, and labor 24x36 black metal frame includes Compare our prices Garnet Ave. The Pacific Beach Kiwanis Club meets every Thursday at 7: 30 a. m. at the Broken Yolk, 1851 Deadline to order apples is Thursday, Oct. 23. If 100 apples seems like too many, Kiwanis suggest either splitting a box with friends or co-workers. To order, call Jim Moore at ( 858) 274-9200. scholarships for Mission Bay High School seniors. Meals on Wheels, Jane Lane Kids, Community Service Agency, Pacific Beach Middle School’s Builders Club and funded three $ 1,000 Last year’s event raised more than $ 11,000 for the Earl & Birdie Taylor Library, Children’s Hospital’s Miracle Mile of Quarters, $ 59.95 $125.00 $150.00 Aztec Aaron Brothers Aztec G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

Call ( 858) 581-6900 or website: www. tasspt. com Beach & Bay Press Don't be left out of our next issue of the ii You talk to people in San Diego and everyone uses Mission Bay Park. MISSION BAY Club, it has also raised some con- Though the measure has the support of Mayor Jerry Sanders, Councilwoman Donna Frye, Councilman Kevin Faulconer and the Sierra between $ 5 million to $ 12 million annually. Regional parks could net $ 2 million to $ 4 million every year. Sponsored by St. Brigid Health Ministry and Tassinari Physical Therapy Light refreshments will be served Date: Thursday, October 23rd at 12: 30 - 2: 00pm Time: Sacred Heart Church Parish Hall, 2024 Sunset Cliff Ave., Point Loma Call ( 858) 581-6900 or ( 619) 224-9114 to RSVP. For more info go to tasspt. com Reverse the Patterns of Postural Change © Walk Tall: A Comprehensive Osteoporosis Management & Postural Correction Program Every Tuesday 11: 00a. m.-12: 00 p. m. La Jolla YMCA, 8355 Cliffridge Ave. E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

II Illegally parking too close to the corner is already against the law. I have a similar problem on my busy intersection as well and take precautions with my visibility before I enter the intersection. Perhaps you should too. ridiculous. Mixing housing and parking seems to be a bit far off the mark. Blaming an RV for an irresponsible pet owner seems equally Where exactly do you have in mind that they could park? There are no facilities available locally that could handle that many RVs. and surrounding neighborhoods. make RVers bear all the weight for parking problems in the beach We already abide by an existing law of a 72-hour limit with nothing over 23 feet allowed on public streets. It hardly seems fair to Take a drive around our area and see how many law-abiding citizens have RVs parked in front of their homes, then ask yourself where they’re going to park. It’s not fair blaming RVs for parking problems Elizabeth Johnson San Diego Elaine Hornby Pacific Beach POLICY The opinion ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

debt on the memorial. Additionally, a Gordon & Smith poster was auc- A special reserved table with settings for Rose and Stevens was prepared for Saturday evening’s reunion dinner party at the Mission Bay Yacht Club. The class of 1958 donated school when it was new. They learned some of the traditions and how much the school meant to the alumni. I was so proud of our kids.” history from those who attended the trim back the grass and weeds, standing for a moment of silence to honor my six friends. Now the school is Price reflected on the day:“ The Vietnam War Memorial that was rededicated at MBHS was a long time coming. It is nice to know that each Memorial Day there will be a tribute to the students who were killed in the Vietnam War. For years, it was just me going over with my clippers to friendly and interested in learning about what it was like to go to Mission Bay back in the ’ 50s. They made us feel like kids again.” Seelos agreed. “I was delighted to see how open ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

Pacific Beach Elementary Contact: Laura Daly Daly5@ san. rr. com Through Oct. 10: Contributions Drive Pacific Beach Middle School Contact: Pam Deitz mbhsaa@ earthlink. net Ongoing: Escrip Sign Up & Contributions Drive Every Tues & Thurs: After School Band Every Wed: After School Choir & Mission Bay High School Contact: Lori Glasgow mbhsfriends@ yahoo. com Ongoing: Escrip Sign Up & Contributions Drive Sat., Oct. 18: Homecoming Dance, 8-10 p. m. Fri., Oct. 17: Homecoming! Varsity football vs. Point Loma @ 3 p. m., along with All Alumni Homecoming Celebration/ Hall of Champions Induction ASB meeting Wed., Oct. 22: Family Night @ Big Kahuna’s Every Tues: Chess Academy Every Wed: Pizza Lunch Every Wed & Fri: Jogging Club Go Bucs! MBHS cheerleaders prepare for the homecoming game vs. Point Loma Friday, Oct. 17, at 3 p. m. This year’s homecoming will host the Second Annual All Alumni Homecoming Celebration and the first Hall of Ch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

St. Andrews-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church is hosting a concert by the Bach Collegium San Diego, performing“ Musica Poetica: Artusi Challenges Monteverdi.” The performance is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 18, at 7 p. m. St. Andrews hosts Bach Collegium concert Spain. baroque musical styles of Italy and music director Ruben Valenzuela, playing the harpsichord, viola da gamba and theorbo continuo. The music will demonstrate the contrasting Renaissance and early Tickets for the event are $ 25, and $ 12 for students. St. Andrews is located at 1050 Thomas Ave. For information call ( 619) 3411726. For information call Laura Daly at ( 858) 270-4947. Pacific Beach Elementary is located at 1234 Tourmaline St. Tickets are $ 3 for children and $ 5 for adults. tumes. Members of children’s theater visit the school to cast, rehearse and produce live adaptations of classic children’s stories and fairytales. Each performance features detailed sets, lighting and cos- Under the direction of the Missoula ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

ing the Patriots, who the Chargers lost to in the AFC Championship game last season. New England had won three straight over the Chargers, including twice in the postseason. Rushing Clinton Portis, Redskins, 21 carries, 129 yards, 2 TDs Matt Schaub, Texans, 22-42, 379 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs Passing Week 6 Leaders: Tony Romo, Cowboys, 24-38, 321 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INT Drew Brees, Saints, 26-30, 320 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INT Maurice Jones-Drew, Jaguars, 22 carries, 125 yards, 2 TDs Warrick Dunn, Buccaneers, 22 carries, 115 yards, 0 TD 48-yard field goal to give the Falcons a 22-20 win. “We have to play a full game,” Orton said.“ We didn’t.” DON BALCH | BEACH & BAY PRESS Igor Olshansky flexes for the jubilant crowd after the Chargers stopped Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel from scoring on a fourth down-and-goal call in the third quarter. It was a huge momentum play and the Chargers drove quickly down the field for a touchdown on the next series. They pulled off a 19-17 upset win at Wa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

San Francisco 2-4 at N. Y. Giants 4-1, 10 a. m. Last Meeting: Giants won 33-15 at home in 2007. Stats & Stuff: Tennessee’s streak of 8 straight regular-season wins is the longest current streak in the NFL. Chiefs offense ranks 29th in league with 254.4 yards per game. Game Day: The Titans, the only unbeaten team left, aim for their first 6-0 start in franchise history. Pick: Titans 24, Chiefs 20 Tennessee 5-0 at Kansas City 1-4, 10 a. m. Last Meeting: Titans won 26-17 at Kansas City in 2007. Game Day: Cleveland has been playing better over its last 2 games while Redskins are coming off upset loss to Rams. Washington gets back Cleveland 2-3 at Washington 4-2, 1: 15 p. m. Last Meeting: Browns won 17-13 at home in 2004. offensive yards in win over Giants was most since Week 2 of last season. Redskins WR Santana Moss is averaging 15.3 yards per catch ( tie for 19th in NFL). Stats & Stuff: Cleveland’s 455 Game Day: The Colts seem to be back in a groove, but it’ll ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

Heavy Periods? Interceptions Quentin Jammer, Chargers, 1 22 others with 1 each You might have uterine fibroids. Join us for a free seminar to learn about the latest treatments for fibroids, including Uterine Fibroid Embolization (LIFE), a non-surgical procedure clinically proven to provide symptom relief. Quotable:“ I can’t remember one that was this crazy.” — Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner on 30-24 OT win over Dallas. The Cardinals had a kickoff return for a touchdown to start the game and won it on a blocked punt for a touchdown in overtime. Wednesday, October 22 • 6:30 - 8:00 pm Scripps Mende Well Being Center UTC Shopping Center (Above Peking Palace) 4305 La Jolla Village Drive, Suite L-5, San Diego ATTEND A FREE SEMINAR * Niseema Agarwal, Lac, Certified Acupuncturist Speakers: • Ross A. Christensen, MD, interventional Radiologist * Catharine Marshall, MD, Ob-Gya Obstetrician and Gynecologist To register, call: 1-800-SCRIPPS {727-4777) For more information or to schedule a (JFE...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 16 October 2008

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