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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

Vern and Charline Lontz hoped the sleepy Ocean Beach community would patronize Nati’s, their little one-room Mexican food diner at Bacon and Niagara Streets, when the couple first opened their doors Jan. 10, 1960. To mark this half-century milestone, Nati’s will be enlivened by Mariachi The Lontzes, who retired in 1972 and are now deceased, saw Nati’s grow quickly to become a favorite with locals who return from near and far to savor its familiar and consistent flavors. The Nati’s story might be summarized “Our customers are very special to us,” said owner Marilyn Thomas, general manager/ vice-president.“ Their loyalty and friendship mean a great deal to us and have been a major key to our success.” Nati’s also offers wine, foreign and domestic beers and a full bar. Regular margaritas will be offered at half-price both days and diners may enter a drawing for a number of free dinners. Souvenir margarita and shot glasses, T-shirts and decals will also be available. Chula Vista, a grou...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

UH 1 .AKK OGGI’S ECONOMIC RELIEF April 23-25, the Portuguese Festa do Espirito Santo in San Diego hosts“ A Taste of Portugal,” a celebration of Portuguese food, wine, traditions and culture. The event takes place at the United Portuguese S. E. S. Hall, 2818 Avenida de Portugal. Tickets are $ 20 in advance or $ 30 at the door. For tickets or general information, visit www. upses. com. Friday, April 9, 6 p. m., Computer Art Gallery will offer an opportunity for artists to share studio workshop and exhibition space with New York artist Hyacinethe Kuller-Baron. Baron will share her knowledge of the art gallery business in a talk during interviews, dissussions and viewings. The gallery is located at 4985 Voltaire St. For more information or to RSVP, call ( 760) 408-1881, or e-mail hyacinthe@ barongallery. com. April 17-18, the San Diego Yacht Club hosts its 125th annual season opener with a dinner dance, yacht inspections club awards and mingling. The SDYC is located at 1011 Anchorage La...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

Open Daily 6am-'ipni The Venetian Try our new happy hour menu, 4– 6 p. m. daily. Featuring food & drink specials. If visuals get your Italian cuisine appetite in gear, The Venetian is your restaurant forevermore. The food has best been described as California-Italian, which simply means you can expect great fare without a lot of heavy sauce, the way some other places think Italian should be done. The pastas and chicken entrees will command your serious attention, as will the tidy bar and the family-style menu. Anything else you could ask for probably doesn’t exist. And did we mention the great service? ml mrrj) ■MsraauKFAft /mti \$Q..OO off] i Any Entree I I I Pacific Beach S&Si HornetAvr. (HSH)J70YOI.K The Broken Yolk Café The Broken Yolk Café offers a large selection of home cooked meals in a comfortable and casual atmosphere. There are over 20 different omelets to choose from as well as a wide variety of other breakfast favorites which include pancakes, wa...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 8 April 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

The PLHS girls’ track team is creating a buzz around campus with some blazing speed and promising athletic prowess. 12 BEST RESTAURANTS Special section inside! San Diego Community Newspaper Group www. SDNEWS. com ~ Volume 25, Number 9 Khalil, Page to face off for PCPB seat tonight Planners hoping third runoff will be the charm BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON GEOFF PAGE Since the second runoff vote, challenger Norman Allenby bowed out of the running. A second runoff election failed to fill the final available seat on the Peninsula Community Planning Board ( PCPB). None of the three candidates in the April 8 election received the simple majority vote necessary for election, forcing yet a third runoff election tonight, April 22. Balloting will be held from 4 to 8 p. m. at the Hervey/ Point Loma Branch Library, 3701 Voltaire St. SEE PCPB, Page 7 SUHAIL KHALIL Peninsula « Beacon Robbery triggers pursuit, suicide near sports arena BY HILLARY SCHULER-JONES | THE BEACON What began as an arm...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

ft-" F _- COURTESY PHOTO Vis?'?* *" ••- Volunteers scour the area around the Ocean Beach Pier during a recent Creek to Bay Cleanup campaign. REAL ESTATE. REAL INTEGRITY. SINCE 1914. 3767 JENNINGS Gorgeous and spacious home featuring open floor plan, hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, family room, luxurious master suite and more! 4 Bedrooms and JUST LISTED! $ 1,195,000 2.5 Baths. www. 3767JenningsStreet. com CRISTINE GEE & SUMMER CRABTREE ( 619) 980-4433 Morgan Justice-Black “So imagine just how many cigarette butts and food wrappers we’re picking up to hit a million pounds.” Creek to Bay sweep to target coastal and inland pollution “The most common items that we find are things like cigarette butts, plastic bottles and caps and food wrappers,” Justice-Black said.“ So imagine just how many cigarette butts and food wrappers we’re picking up to hit a million pounds.” This year, the Creek to Bay Cleanup will reach an impressive and somewhat disturbing milestone. Since 2001, a...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

“They will have booths, they will have their materials and an opportunity to show their wares,” Johnson said. “It’s a chance for people to look at some of the other organizations who provide service and opportunity for us to unify homeless providers around San Diego County.” communities.” The main element of Sleepless San Diego is the sleepout, held from 3 p. m. Saturday to 7 a. m. Sunday. Johnson said the sleepout, which takes place at 2772 Historic Decatur Road, is more of a demonstration than about mimicking those on the streets. “It just gives you a brief touch of staying out of your home for one night to make a stand for people who have no voice in this city,” Johnson said. Sleepless San Diego also includes a free expo from 3 to 9 p. m. on Saturday that includes games, demonstrations, resources, food and entertainment. More than 20 area service providers will be at the expo. Tami Fuller # 1 Agent in Pt. Loma Office 619.226. TAMI www. TamiFuller. com Ocean Beach | $ 595k–$ 650k ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

619.230.6666 Performance You Can Trust J Hfth Avenue Sin Dieco Office ♦ 255 Lnciniu;; Office ♦"Sit tinier! View f.[ SPECIAL TO THE BEACON BY KAREN SCANLON & CHARLES BEST La Playa Trail Association members will raise a new monument on April 29 to mark the historic site of Roseville in Point Loma. Association members pictured are: ( seated) co-chairs Edward Streicher and Klonie Kunzel, and Edwina Goddard. Standing ( from left), Karen Scanlon, Carl Shipek, Charles Best, Virginia Correia, Patti Adams, Joanne Hickey and Bernice Hollerbach. Not present is member Murray Lee. At the upcoming Roseville marker dedication, third-and fourth-grade students from Cabrillo Elementary School will re-enact a presence — as students did in 1934 — among guests and dignitaries at this historic event. A time capsule will be placed in the concrete base, which will hold statements of our community today. So, while you’re sipping at a local coffee house, be reminded of those who precede you — Kum...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

Eliminate hazards in your home • Turn off the gas if you smell gas or think it’s leaking ( remember, only a professional should turn it back on). • If your home is unsafe, get everyone outside. • Bolt bookcases, china cabinets and other tall furniture to wall studs. • Remove any unsecured items hanging over beds. Don’t hang a mirror over your bed. • Monitor radio news reports for updates about emergency information. • Install strong latches on cupboards. • Check yourself and others for injuries. • Strap the water heater to wall studs. • Protect yourself from further danger by putting on long pants, a long-sleeved shirt, sturdy shoes and work gloves. • Forty-five states and U. S. territories are at high to moderate risk for earthquakes. What to do during an earthquake • Only use the phone to report life-threaten-ing emergencies. • Sturdy tables and desks • Expect aftershocks. Each time you feel one use the drop, cover and hold technique! • If you are indoors, use the Drop, Cover and ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

The National Multiple Sclerosis ( MS) Society’s Pacific South Coast Chapter will host the San Diego County Credit Union 2010 Walk MS, a two-mile, fundraising event on Saturday, April 24 at NTC Park, 2750 Womble Road at Liberty Station in Point Loma. Check-in begins at 7: 30 a. m. and Walk MS begins at 8: 30 a. m. Admission is free to attend. There is no cost to be a walker. NEWSbriefs Point Loma car accident kills local resident Rolando“ Ed” Arnold, an 88-year-old Point Loma man, died Sunday, April 18 of complications from a traffic accident earlier in the day. According to police reports, Arnold was driving his Corsica south on Nimitz Boulevard and was making a left turn onto Centraloma Plans call for senior girls to sign up for a dress with Kimberly Eurich, the school’s outreach specialist. Selection of recipients will be based on academics, citizenship and the completion of at least 45 hours of community service. Those chosen will select their dresses later this month in preparat...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

positions. Page has lived in Point Loma since 1980 and has owned and operated OBcean Builders, Inc. for the last eight To volunteer, call ( 619) 222-1231, fax ( 619) 222-1236, or e-mail at www. volunteerob@ yahoo. com with your name, address, phone, e-mail address, t-shirt size and shift preference of morning, early or late afternoon shift. honorees of contest Local teacher among A Point Loma High School ( PLHS) teacher was among 16 winners of the “I’m Thankful for My Teacher” campaign, designed to give parents and students in San Diego County a chance to thank the teachers who make a difference in their lives. The campaign was sponsored by Mission Federal Credit Union, Junior Achievement and Cox Communications. Among the honorees was Kellie Larsen, an AVID program teacher, coordinator and cheer advisor. at PLHS asandiego. org. The campaign, now in its second year, drew 7,345“ thank you” notes to 815 teachers at 152 different schools throughout San Diego. For more information, visit...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

Police Department motorcycle officer Greg Lindstrom, a 19-year police veteran. Lindstrom followed the car through the streets of Pacific Beach. At the intersection of Ingraham Street and Thomas Avenue, Marino fired a round of gunshots at Lindstrom, according to police officials. Marino then fired on Lindstrom two more times before parking the car at a lot in the 3700 block of Sports Arena Boulevard near Phil’s BBQ and fleeing on foot with the handgun, investigators allege. A female passenger, identified as Chantel Lister, 23, of Colorado, who police said had previously been undetected in the vehicle, fled in a different direction. Lindstrom chased Marino but apparently lost sight of him behind a building. Marino reportedly had a history of criminal activity. On the same day as the armed robbery in Pacific Beach, police investigators in Arvada, Colo. issued a warrant for Marino’s arrest on suspicion of attempted murder, Rooney said. Paramedics pronounced Marino dead at the scene at 1...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

BY JOHNNY MCDONALD | THE BEACON “It’s a big challenge to come up with sponsor money,” said race chairman Bob Davies.“ We’re trying to woo people back. Gone are the days of the ‘ beer wars’ when Coors, Millers and Budweiser were spon- Seber and returning board member Jim Kidrick head the vital marketing team for the nonprofit event. again in 2010. However, we want to make it perfectly clear that there is no agreement in place.” Scheduling of the event continues to be a major priority, Davies said. “It’s always a challenge to find how much water time is available, particularly when the drag boats need still water,” he said. With 27 classes of boats, Davies seems like a racing maestro. the stars. Probably had more boats in our pits than we ever had. It’s the end of summer, the tourists have gone home and the locals come out one more time to be entertained and maybe camp in Mission Bay Park.” years, that by the time they’ve run five, six or seven events during the summer and arrive in S...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

water used to process meat and not contributing to carbon dioxide emissions emitted from livestock. opinions.” Later this month, co-op general manager Nancy Casady will travel with former congressman Jim Bates to Washington, D. C. While in the nation’s capitol, Casady will meet with lawmakers in order to generate new legislation. OB People’s is celebrating Earth Day in the store by offering 5 percent discounts in its bulk department, in which none of the food items are packaged. “We’ve been actively working on getting genetically-engineered foods labeled in this country — like countries in Europe and Japan have,” Basilico said. For more information, visit www. obpeoplesfood. coop. “That’s one of the nice things about having the community involved,” Basilico said.“ Being a co-op, we can work as a group. So when bills come up, either in California or nationally, we provide post- Outside the completely green building that sports recycled steel and building materials, OB People’s Food d...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

Some spectacular gardens and yards will be in the spotlight during Saturday’s ninth annual Point Loma Garden Walk and plant sale. PHOTO BY PAUL HANSEN Jeff Lang, JD, MBA, Realtor, Eco Broker For a free market snapshot visit JeffLangHomes. com ( 858) 699-7000 “The garden walks have always been held in different areas of Point Loma,” said Dana Unit member Pamela Caldwell.“ This year, the walk will have four homes, including a woodworkers shop and a cozy glass bead artist studio that people will be able to see and enjoy as they come in the front door and out through the back to see the gardens.” Caldwell, who has attended every walk since the event’s inception, expects more than 800 people to stroll through as they share an interest in things that grow. “We have gardens for every kind of gardener: the dig-in-the-dirt gardener, the armchair gardener, the catalogue gardener and more,” Caldwell said. In addition to an estate-size coastal garden, a historic home, water features, topiaries,...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

j I. ■ J Ff*" 1 *" ■ -J- For the Lady Pointers, there are several upcoming opportunities to show off their skills. They will participate in two events this week — the Mustang Relays at Otay Ranch High on Saturday, April 24 and their final dual meet of the season on Thursday, April 29 at Mira Mesa High. The freshmen Lady Pointers also offer talent in field events. Saya Saiga won the triple jump in the Cavers meet with a distance of 27-1 and Jade Martz’s high jump ( 4-8) and the long jump ( 14-0) complement her speed in the 100 and 4x100M. And there’s Chloe Cabiness, who has times of 13.2 in the 100 and 28.2 in the 200. She also anchors the 4x400 team. Cabiness’ sprinting partner, Iman Benraoui, is running neck-and-neck with times of 13.3 and 28.4. Jewell Roth and Ella Verhees are among this group. Against San Diego High, they racked up first-and secondplace finishes with identical times in both the 800 ( 2: 44) and the 1600 ( 5: 59) then each ran a leg in the winning 4x400 relay. Poi...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 22 April 2010

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