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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

him to say it had an extra ship it didn’t have a place for. Long reported back to the SDOF and Project Yukon was launched. “We paid about a quarter of a million dollars for the ship,” said Long,“ and they were supposed to clean it up and give it to us ready to sink.” Jay Schwartz, a retired commercial airline pilot, was at work“ 36,000 feet somewhere over the middle of America” that As the evening wore on, however, the surface swell changed direction. The Yukon was anchored at three points and was unable to turn around to face the new swell direction. Waves started to push water past the plywood covers and into the hull. Soon, the volume of incoming water exceeded the capacity of the only pump aboard. The call to abandon ship went out at 12: 25 a. m. as the Yukon slowly slipped below the surface. Instead of coming to rest in an upright position, as planned, the Yukon came to rest lying on her port side. There were holes cut in the side of the hull for divers to use for safe entry an...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

! • ■ Foundation (858) SSl-OO&Z • vtwtw.PBEourd.at\oruQr$ PASTURE W hh f>i//iriLvs Next Month's Seminar Topic: I tea] in Thursday, July 8th, 5:30-7:00 P.M. R.S.V.P. (SS8)S*]-A9Wt Fresh & Easy to host free summer barbeque In celebration of the summer grilling tion. Strawder will be grilling the Fresh & Easy Grill Pack, which consists of chicken, Italian pork sausages and quarterpound beef patties, and serving highquality sides to customers, along with providing grilling tips. For more information, visit www. freshandeasy. com or www. bigmista. com. A new book by author h. Alton Jones,“ The Man on the Bench,” chronicles the plight of a mentally-ill homeless man who became a fixture in Point Loma before his death last year. COURTESY PHOTO season, Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market has again partnered with Neil Strawder, a. k. a. Bigmista, an award-win-ning grilling expert, to barbeque for its customers at various stores throughou...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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sir J - il i J - relaxation time little summer time 619-226-TAMI ( 8264) RSVP to Tami Fuller Date: July 17th Time: 2: 00pm Address: 1275 Rosecrans, 92016 www. tamifuller. com DRE# 01000767 Named "2008 & 2009 FIVE STAR: Best in Client Satisfaction, Real Estate Agents" for San Diego Magazine As summer begins to hit hi gh gear and with heat on the wa y, Peninsula residents are startin g to find creative wa ys to ge t out and en joy the scener y. Above, a local takes a joyri de in a“ water Woo dy” around San Die go Ba y while, at left, one excited pooc h spor ts his“ do ggles” dur-ing a ride down New por t Avenue in Ocean Beach. PH OTOS BY J IM GRANT I THE BEACO N BOOK CONTINUED FROMPage 5 leownership a reality Come to our free Homebuyer Workshop. Bank of America can help you learn more about how to get the home you really want From creating a budget to making the down payment to choosing the right mortgage — you'll find it at our free Homebuyer Workshop It's Great to be Hom...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

any subject matter. Field is one of TAF’s first“ graduates,” having completed the program successfully from start to finish. Taking full advantage of the mentorship, SAT/ ACT preparation, life skills education and tutoring provided by the foundation’s enrichment instructors, he said he feels much more confident entering the next leg of his academic journey. “My only regret is that TAF wasn’t around when I was in eighth grade or a freshman,” Field said.“ The programwas that good. The younger students entering noware going to get 2,400 points on their SAT exams and be able to gowher- ever they want.” the basic routines of daily life can also determine success or failure of a new freshman.” The object is to equip them with the tools necessary to rationally deal with negative emotional triggers — things that could possibly resort to behavior that can hinder or prevent them from achieving their long-termgoals. “The ability to apply conflict resolution and social/ emotional management to ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

• Restaurant Judge’s Choice, first place: Bravo’s ($ 200) • Restaurant People’s Choice, first THURSDAY · JULY 1, 2010 THE PENINSULA BEACON OB STREET FAIR 2010 • Best Decoration: Kenny & April spray by Renovations Hair Salon in Ocean Beach. Below, readers wind around The Peninsula Beacon booth during the street fair to vote for their favorite in the Beacon’s annual Amateur Photo Contest ( winners on page 2). PHOTOS BY JIM GRANT I THE BEACON Cheatham of Vokab Kompany powers up with some chords on the main stage near the OB Pier. A trio of Point Loma revelers — longtime OB Street Fairgoers — strike a pose. Dylan, 6, girl at left, and Jadon, also 6, have their hair painted with wash-out Funseekers turned out by the thousands on June 26 for the 31st annual Ocean Beach Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off, featuring five live stages, a Wonderland children’s area, an Artists’ Alley and more food and drink booths than you could shake a shish kabob stick at. Counterclockwise, Olivia Be...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Pake doe; not include tax or seavicl charge, On (he Beach a I the • 6:00 p.m. Lei Greeting, Welcome Mai Tat or Hawaiian Punch - Full No-Hosl Bar also available • 6;45 p.m. Conch Shell Announcement and imu Pig Presentation • 7:00 p.m. Lavish Hawaiian Buff el including Kalua Pig, Hawaiian and Polynesian Specially Entrees and Dishes, Fresh Salads & Lavish Desserts - Entertainment during Dinner • 8:00 p.m. Polynesian Dance Show with Aulhentic Hula & Fire Dancers • Trodilional beach luau • Complimentary Parking 1551 Shelter Island Drive West End of Shelter Island The Friars’ front office made a similar trade in 2009, when they sent ace pitcher Jake Peavy to the Chicago White Sox for four players, including current starting pitcher Clayton Richard. When the trade happened on Aug. 1 last year, the team was 19 games under .500 and last in the division. Now, with multiple games over .500 and with one of the National League’s best records through June, the Padres’ fron...

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Still, the Sea Lions, with an enrollment of 2,500 students, stayed focused and aggressive in the surf. Individual trophies were earned by Troy Mothershead with a third-place finish in the longboard and Hunter Lysaught ( team University of California, San Diego; San Diego State University; Cal State San Marcos; University of North Carolina, Wilmington; University of Central Florida and others. Point Loma Nazarene University’s ( PLNU) surf team was on fire at the National Scholastic Surfing Association’s ( NSSA) College Division Nationals on June 16 at Salt Creek. Spurred on by excellent surfing conditions, the Sea Lions as a team earned 2nd place in the nationals. PLNU was considered by far an underdog in a field dominated by such larger schools as the University of California, Santa Barbara; BILL POOLE Memorial Angling Tonrnanwnt The 57th annual Over-The-Line Tournament — a mix of sports, social activity and party — kicks off at Fiesta Island the weekend of July 10-11 and concludes ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

Consisting of frontman Josh Pann ( vocals, guitar, songwriter), Scotty Stover ( bass, vocals) and Justin Botello ( drums), the group has honed its sound on vintage rock ’ n’ roll, with echoes of T-Rex, the MC5 and Stones within their It’s a testament to their live power that the band is legendary for once having played a show as a drum and guitar duo when their bassist was unable to make the gig. Even with their power cut by a third, they still managed wow the crowd. days.” “This is a band that has that and then some, especially live,” he said.“ They truly have a ‘ take no prisoners’ live approach that is rarely seen these “These guys have the right idea,” said the album’s producer, Alan Sanderson, who is best known for his work with The Rolling Stones and Fleetwood Mac.“ It takes a bit of luck to make it in this business, but the key ingredients are still great songs and determination. Two-time San Diego Music Award nominees, the trio — all Point Loma residents — recently released ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

Cover TBD. keep things amped up and lyrically direct. “I like songs to have a relation to everyday things,” Pann said,“ rather than coming up with things that only deep people understand.” While the title“ Hotter Than A Pistol” seems custom-made for a rock band, Pann said it comes from an unlikely source. “I don’t remember the name anymore, but it comes from an old Western movie I watched with my grandfather,” Pann said.“ When that phrase was said, it just hit me. I knew I’d use it eventually.” He said the album itself took months of preparation to get its nine tracks down. “We worked everything out well in Circa Now: 9 p. m., Thursday, July 15 at Humphreys Backstage Lounge, 2241 Shelter Island Drive. this one is a part of me.” Though Circa Now’s album has only recently been released, band members are already working on a followup offering. “Really, we started as soon as we left the studio with ‘ Hotter Than A Pistol,’” Pann said.“ I don’t want to stand still and I’d like to have mo...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

WE ARE WORKING TO PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT. PHOTO BY HILLARY SCHULER-JONES I THE BEACON Cosmopolitan Hotel and Restaurant, the city’s oldest building, has been restored to its former glory in Old Town and will soon be unveiled to the public. Major funding t>y: nnnftrf import lot Tti* hml Lnmn CbtlCMlh n fciliivldrii ih pnrl br tiir Cily 1 ifln-D-rtfO GUtfittTiiUfttl iM Jwts ■■■ I '"...f 11 '■ lufiilifMj prLViKl-Jd h> INf i: July nr SAr> fJWfJV M clir mMTim«Kiibun S iiLM-ivn.i:j t'n »mj CM. JOIN US TODAY! SAN DIEGO COUNTY APARTMENT ASSOCIATION SDCAA. COM ( 858) 751-2208 WE’RE HERE FOR YOU… LANDLORDS, RENTAL OWNERS, PROPERTY MANAGERS WILLIS ALLEN JttAL ESTATE Prcssflled by Sponsored by Dtck & Dorothea Laub Sponsored by POINT LOMA Family Charitable Foundation id P. De Rosier, DOS Wear Community Fund witti Ryan Peninsula YMCA Sponsored by Sponsored by AAsskk TThhee LLaawwyyeerr Is there any other way to avoid probate besides a living trust? Qu...

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Discover, imagine, and explore your creativity this summer at the San Diego Art Department. SDAD offers four weeks of full day camps for ages 6-12 beginning July 12th running through August 13th. This year we are featuring a Teen Week for ages 12 – 17 ( July 26 – 30th) focusing on Skateboard and Logo Designs. Camps take place in our professional art studio located in the heart of North Park’s arts district. The weekly hands-on art activities provide students with the opportunity to let their artistic expression flow through painting, drawing, comic illustration, sculpture, print making, watercolors, skate board design and much more. On the last day of camp the students’ work is exhibited in the gallery for parents and family members to view. “Get your art on” this summer at The San music For specifics, visit blusd. org/ 2010/ 05/ first-ever-bits-summer-camp/ July 6 – July 30 • Ages 3-5 & 6-12 • 9am– 4pm riences. Find out how by contacting the Community Campership Council...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 1 July 2010

Salinas or visit COMMUNITY/ CIVIC Sunday, July 4, 9 p. m., Fourth of July community fireworks show off the end of the Ocean Beach Pier. The event is free. A marshmallow fight ensues after the fireworks show, and participants are encouraged to keep the activity on the sand and out of the streets. For more information, call ( 619) 224-4906, www. oceanbeachsandiego. com. Wellington Monday, July 5, 6: 45 p. m., regular meeting of the Sunset Cliffs Natural Park Council at the Cabrillo Recreation Center, 3051 Cañon St. For more information, call ( 619) 228-1854, or visit www. calsnet. net/ sunsetcliffs. Friday, July 9, 7 to 10 p. m., grand re-opening of the Cosmopolitan Hotel — San Diego’s oldest building — during a gala at 2660 Calhoun St. in Old Town. A free public festival follows on Saturday, July 10 at 1 p. m. For more information, visit www. oldtowncosmopolitan. com. Saturday, July 10, 8 a. m. to 11 a. m., the Sunset Cliffs Surfing Association ( SCSA) co-sponsors a Sunset Cliffs Nat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 15 July 2010

Petty Officer Paul A. Ramos, coxswain of the boat, faces “When you have an investigation after any accident, investigators go in and as they go along, if they run across information and evidence that looks like it might be a violation of the UCMJ, they bring it up to the authority. That’s the step we’re at,” Dewell said. The collision between a 33-foot USCG boat and a 26-foot Sea Ray runabout occurred during the San Diego Bay Parade of Lights on Dec. 20, killing Anthony DeWeese of Rancho Peñasquitos and injuring five others. Charges were brought against the Coast Guard crewmembers under the Uniform Code of Military Justice ( UCMJ). The four U. S. Coast Guard ( USCG) petty officers involved in a boat crash that killed an 8-year-old bystander late last year on San Diego Bay have been charged with a total of 12 criminal counts. Rear Adm. Joseph Castillo, commander of the 11th Coast Guard District — which includes San Diego — formally charged the four crewmembers July 1. “These are char...

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the water. vices. There have been four Floatopia events since August 2009 in Mission Bay, three at Sail Bay and one off of Fiesta Island. At the June 30 meeting at San Diego City Hall, the committee, made up of council members Marti Emerald, Tony Young, Sherri Lightner and Todd Gloria, heard the proposal from chief lifeguard Rick Wurtz and police Capt. Chris Ball asking the committee to approve a motion to add the definition of bather to the San Diego Municipal Code 56.54, which bans the consumption of alcohol on the city’s beaches. The committee’s recommendation now heads to the full City Council for Partygoers take advantage of a loophole in the beach alcohol ban by drinking legally because they are not touching the shoreline, where alcohol consumption is banned. A unanimous vote by the Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee will send a proposal to the City Council that supporters hope will close the loophole in the beach alcohol ban and put an end to future Floatopia e...

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Above: Persistent cloudcover chased away many beachgoers during the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Still, roughly 1 million people sought out the beach like these adventurous folks in Ocean Beach. Left: Lifeguard Alex Rosen safely returns to shore after rescuing a surfer in distress over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Rosen had jumped off the Ocean Beach Pier to assist the surfer, who was caught in a rip tide. PHOTO BY JIM GRANT I THE BEACON Point Loma | $ 935,000 Ocean Beach | $ 695,000 Pacific Beach | $ 1,949,000 Ocean Beach | $ 2,759,000 marshmallow fight BY JIM GRANT I THE BEACON Volunteers help clean up the mess from the previous night’s annual Fourth of July post-fireworks in Ocean Beach. PHOTO Fireworks illuminate the water around the Ocean Beach Pier during the annual community pyrotechnics show on the Fourth of July. COURTESY PHOTO BY JOE EWING “Despite the large crowds at the beaches, bays, parks and entertainment districts, there were no significant incidents and th...

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