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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

COME ON OUT to say ‘ hi’ Feel free to contact me with concerns, story ideas and comments at: ( 858) 2703103 x. 132 or bbp@ sdnews. com Look forward to getting to know you! turn soggy on your doorstep. interested. At the very least, don’t let it After all your hard work, don’t forget to pick up your local newspaper at the end of the week. You might just find yourself “‘ hi.’” barhopping neighbor. Say more than If you’re not an early bird, start thinking about your backyard community. Patronize the latest business to open. Plant a citrus tree. If you fall in the older, home-own-ing group, get to know that young, Get your canine out: Fiesta Island Dog Owners are hosting an island cleanup day on Sunday, Feb. 8 from 9: 30 to 11: 30 a. m. So in the words of Buck Owens, adios, farewell, goodbye, good luck, so long. Larry Harmon Former Editor, Beach & Bay Press and work. It has been my pleasure covering the important stories that affect the community and getting to know all of t...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

Now in it's 35th year at the corner of Cass & Loring in P B. We are passionate about and specialize in all your custom framing needs. We carry over 3000 different moulding and 500 different mat choices from USA and Europe, simple to elaborate. We are known for Conservation/ Museum grade framing, a mix of science and craftsmanship, to help preserve your most valuable works. After extensive remodeling this year, the Gallery is a new hot spot for locally made photography and original works. New owner and featured photographer Thayne Yungman, and original owners Vicki and Jay Ford are committed to those who create much of the art we frame and are happy to offer a 10% framing discount to those artists. We are ready to serve your gift giving needs or let us turn your keepsake into a custom framed heirloom. Come by and check out our two new local artists 10am-5pm, Tues-Sat, 4984 Cass Street, 858-270-7820, galleryatlandsend. com Gallery at Lands End Patina, Gift & Ac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

“I’ve learned over the last three months that one’s strengths often come from one’s weakest points and Gary’s death forced me to dig for those strengths,” she wrote in memory of her husband. Glover is survived by his wife, three sons, Gary, Mark and Brad; his daughter Marci; and seven grandchildren. A bench looks out toward Mission Bay at the corner of Riviera Drive and La Mancha Drive. People will rest on the bench from day-to-day but not all will realize whose life the bench honors. Friends and family members will gather at that spot on Saturday, Feb. 14 at 3 p. m. to dedicate the bench to Gary Glover, 61, who passed away quickly from lung cancer on Oct. 5th. Everyone is wel- comed to share memories about Glover at the dedi- Thursday, February 5, 2009 [ NEWS ] 10 Mission Beach gathers to say goodbye to longtime friend www. beachandbaypress. com HOUSE OPEN 5th grade Preschool to tit e Wednesday February 11, 2008 From 10:00 am to 3:00 pm I y I february 14th valentine's day 3 courses...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

The jam-packed day calls for a leader of special talent and endurance, and Reverend Gregory“ Egg” Pratt is elated to preside over the day’s ceremonies. “It’s going to be a long day, I knowthat… and maybe afterwards I’ll be changing my mind, but right nowI am excited,” Rev. Pratt said. The reverends’ energywas palpable, but just in case he Thatwas nearly sixteen years ago for Lennie, and thiswedding marathon will gown.” no off samples. Signs around the center have been posted to notifying patrons of the discontinuation of the free beer legal drinking age.” percentage of our visitors. People can come to SeaWorld and still do that. You just have to buy it. And, of course, customers must be of BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | BEACH& BAY PRESS “This has been something discussed for some time now,” Koontz said.“ The sampling was really something only enjoyed by a small Koontz. Club, located next to the hospitality center at SeaWorld. It will be replaced with something with a “broader appea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

Robin Henkel. Performing at Chateau Orleans on Feb. 13 and 27, Henkel is a virtuoso at all styles of blues, with an endearing manic performing style that has kept him a solid draw at venues throughout Southern California for decades. Particularly stunning is his slide guitar work, with a seemingly endless well of classic tunes and authentic sounding originals in his repertoire. Adam Gimbel and Cover Me Badd, Cane’s, Valentine Sweet Treats Special pink homemade ice creams, maybe watermelon, maybe champagne, etc. check it out at Blazin' Grill, 865 Turquoise, 858-488-2529. Feb. 22— 5pm, Ladies Dine Out at Good Time Charlies, 910 Grand. Feb. 19— 5-9pm, $ 10 ea. Fundraiser, Pernicano's, 711 Turquoise, 1/ 2 proceeds to PBWC. Recession Special, Dine in Only Same terrific $ 5 specials Mon-Thurs. from 4pm are dine in only, all regular menu items are your choice dine in or take out, fast service call ahead 858-274-4172. Latitude 32, 5019 Cass. Jazilla, Turquoise Café, Joey Harris will play fo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

Steps from the beach, at the intersection of Grand Avenue and the Strand, Pacific Beach Shore Club is your next classical styled beach bar. By combining the delicious tastes of the sea, prepared with classic Mexican flair, our casual ambiance of a beachfront party will be your destination to take in the California surf culture. Enjoying the biggest, coldest schooner full of beer that the beach can offer or enjoy the best view of the Pacific Ocean on the entire beach. The Pacific Beach Shore Club will provide you with the perfect setting for the ultimate beach dining and drinking experience. Bringing back the days when surfing was your job and the beach was your home. Hooters DMA! Tony RIBS SEAFOOD STEAKS Offers great food, great service, and fun. There is a beautiful view of the ocean whether you are enjoying the friendly atmosphere in the dinning room or relaxing on our rooftop patio. Hooters is great place to watch all of your football action proving most college games on Saturday...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

Call ( 858) 581-6900 or website: www. tasspt. com Every Tuesday 11: 00a. m.-12: 00 p. m. La Jolla YMCA, 8355 Cliffridge Ave. Every Thursday 9: 30 a. m. - 10: 30 a. m St. Bridgid Parish Hall, 4735 Cass St. The attention of the golfing world turns to San Diego next week for The Buick Invitational at Torrey Pines Golf Course, slated for Feb. 5 through 8. Tuesday, Feb. 3, followed by first- The event kicks off with practice rounds on Monday, Feb. 2, and day play on Thursday. Play continues through Sunday, with the final round slated to kick off Feb. 8 at 8: 30 a. m. Golfing fans are mostly asking if Tiger Woods, who captured the U. S. Open at Torrey Pines last summer, will play in the event. Woods, who has won five of the last six Buick Invitational tourneys in San Diego, has not played since the U. S. Open last summer due to knee surgery. While Woods could defend his title, he has until tomorrow, Jan. 30, to let tournament officials know. Woods has not played in any events since his su...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

5 You get what you 6 Dish 7 “— Gantry” 8 Street 9 Long time 10 Leave in the lurch 11Magician’s specialty 12 — and file 13 Donkey 14 Anytime 15 Translucent fabric 16 Snake 17 Requirements 19 Little guy 20 The Cornhusker State 22 Coldish 28 Plant sacred in ancient Egypt 30 Yarn fuzz 32 Boxing great 34Tableofnumbers 129 Boat used by Eskimos 131 Temperament 133 Fully grown 135 Function 136 Charlotte — 137 Wiped out 138 Thesaurus name 139 Tip 140 Ford that flopped 141 Watched 142 Tall and slender 125 Place of great attraction 126 Fry 127 Poem 128 Row 81 Assists 83 Cans 84 Fill to satisfaction 85 Mongrel 87 Disparage 90 Marx or Malden 92 — de corps 94 Retread 95 Pointless 96 Large tropical fruit 98 Secret look 99 Bicycle part 100 Won — soup 101 Hauled 103 Epic by Homer 105 Dressing table 106 Sir — Guinness 108 Place for fishing 109 Rail 110Something dangerous 111Was indebted 113British diaper 114Audible warning 115Get — fast 118Works the soil 119Jailbirds 120 Excursion 124 The East DOWN 1...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 5 February 2009

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 February 2009

The board voted unanimously on Feb. 17 to restore the original plan to distribute next year’s federal funds to elementary, The San Diego Board of Education voted to return thousands in federal funds to Pacific Beach and Ocean Beach elementary schools that the board had previously voted to cut at its Jan. 27 meeting. John de Beck Board Member [] We’re pushed up against a wall… we’ll probably have to consider layoffs. BY ADRIANE TILLMAN | BEACH& BAY PRESS Pacific Beach Elementary was poised to lose approximately $ 31,000 because of the board’s previous decision to allocate next year’s federal funds to schools with 60 percent or more students that qualify for the subsidized lunches. Only 51 percent of students, or 163 students, qualify for subsidized lunches at Pacific Beach Elementary. Other schools that would have lost thou- lunch program. middle and high schools with 40 percent or more students on the free and reduced-price SEE GRAFFITI, Page 4 SEE TITLE I, Page 3 Lisa S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 February 2009

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 February 2009

money per student the school receives. Schools with 85 to 100 school administrators often spend it at their discretion, according to reports. “We’re still $ 30 million short,” Allocation of the federal funds, called Title-I, works on a tiered system. The more students from poorer families at the school, the more sands of dollars in federal funding if the 60 percent decision had held include Ocean Beach Elementary, Point Loma High School and University City High School. These schools will now receive a share of the Title-I funding. percent of students on subsidized lunches receive $ 447 per student. Schools with 60 to 84 percent of students who qualify for the lunch program receive $ 296 per student. Schools with 40 to 59 percent of students who qualify for the lunch program receive $ 196 per student. The Title-I funds are supposed to pay for the cost of extra tutoring and other school supplies. There are federal guidelines on how schools spend the Title-I funds but board member John...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 February 2009

live in the community, as opposed to gangs showing up to flex their muscle. Offenders range from teenagers to 35-year olds. Police are often able to apprehend the repeat offenders. It’s more difficult to find the group of teenagers – mostly boys - who get their hands on a box of spray cans and go on a graffiti spree for a few weeks. “If we stop seeing a moniker, then we’re content with that,” Surwilo said.“ That’s crime prevention at its best. That doesn’t mean that we won’t go after them.” The scribbles and monikers are a huge headache for community groups that strive to stay on the heels of taggers. In Ocean Beach, community activists carry around $ 20 graffiti removal kits they’ve purchased themselves to remove graffiti as soon as it appears. If the community waited for the city to clean the fresh graffiti, the problem would escalate, according to Bill Klees, Chair of the Point Loma Association. “As soon as we see it, it’s gone,” Klees said.“ We don’t call [ the city]. To wait fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 February 2009

Don't be left out of our next issue of the Beach & Bay Press For advertising Information, contact Heather Snyder Vrgp {358)270-3103x115 heather@idntiW5,coni Public Art Solberg’s artistic expression is far and above tagging empty lots or playground equipment, but some graffiti vandalism is pure art. The coastal communities, however, tend to exhibit the more sanc- tioned variety. Not surprisingly, mural art is everywhere in an environment where people live perpetually outdoors. It serves as community art, advertisement and decoration. Ocean Beach icon Rich James embodies the essence of coastal artwork. James’ murals of undersea life can be seen all over OB from octopuses to diving dolphins. Utility boxes portray his love for the underwater world. “Art, you just do it!” James is quoted on a website dedicated to his memory, richjames. org.“ The action has magic, grace and In La Jolla, Belle Goldschlager Baranceanu painted a mural for the La Jolla Post Office of homes scatter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 February 2009

Here's Why Dr. Wong Is Giving Away Up To $300 Worth Of Hi* Services For Only $47. P.S. When accompanied by the first, we're also offering a second family member this same examination for only $27 - What a great offer! P.P.S. Don't forget, this offer ends on 03-15-09 so call right now) the school’s marching band requirements, along with program to fulfill physical education graduation voted to allow the JROTC according to Seelos. Despite getting rid of the rifles and ranges, the rest of the program remains intact. At the Feb. 10 meeting, the Board of Education also including the cost of rifles and safety equipment, estimated $ 65,000 to help pay for staffing for the entire JROTC program. The Marine Corps pays for the rest of the marksmanship program, program. About 81 students enrolled in the Mission Bay High School Marine Corps JROTC program last year. The entire district had an estimated 2,000 cadets last California College Republicans representative Matthew Donnellan, 21, rallied ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 19 February 2009

Funding for public transportation Diego may get cut as much as year as the state moves to reduce its transit assistance. The Metropolitan Transit System Driver hits bicyclist The driver of a Ford Ranger a moment to retrieve something and struck a 28-year old bicyclist from behind, who was cycling along the bike lane on Sea World Drive on Feb. 16 at 8: 24 a. m. The bicyclist suffered serious head injuries and was transported to UCSD Medical Center for treatment. The Traffic Division is investigating the accident. He is charged with nine armed bank robberies and one attempted bank robbery, six of which occurred at various Citibank branches. He was arrested after an Stephen Francis Colburn, 54, was arrested by San Diego police on Jan. 26 outside his Ocean Beach home. According to jail records, Colburn is 6’ 2” and weighs 240 pounds. Big Boy Bandit arrested An Ocean Beach man has denied he is the so-called“ Big Boy Bandit,” a serial bank robber who has held up banks in La Jolla, Point L...

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