ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Beach And Bay Press Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,267 items from Beach And Bay Press, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,267 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

SEEDOGS, Page 6 SEEWATER, Page 10 Crow found in PB tests positive for West Nile MERCY ARCOLAS | BEACH & BAY PRESS SEECROW, Page 10 BY JAN SCHULTZ | BEACH& BAY PRESS So far, San Diego County has identified 75 infected birds this year, as compared to 19 birds testing positive in 2006. American crows and western scrub jays are the most com- “We are still collecting birds every day and testing them,” he said. Mark Webb of the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health said the bird found in Pacific Beach was an American crow. Most prevalent from August to October and primarily a bird disease, West Nile virus is transmitted among birds and mosquitoes. Then when an infected mosquito bites a human, the virus is passed to the person. Pacific Beach Town Council President Ruby Houck and President Karl Jaedtke present Mission Bay Park Rangers Steve Waldman ( left) and Karolyn Estrada ( 3rd from left) with the Outstanding Community Service Award at the Police An...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

• 2-Bedroom/ 2.5-Bath • Den & Laundry Room • 1 Block to Beach • Stainless Appliances • 2-Car Tandem Garage • Solar Electric • Minutes to Downtown La Jolla Bernie sosna 619.338.8876 Pager 858.490.6127 Direct “I’ll Come To Your Rescue” www. BernieSosna. com L',i l( !l COME JOIN OUR TEAM • WWW. CENTURY211ST. COM I | THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 | OIiik_ FINE HOMES & ESTATES STEAL IT! $ 975,950 BAY FRONT BEAUTY! $ 339,000 MAJOR REDUCTION! GREAT PB HOME! $ 760,000 $ 759,000–$ 959,000 FOUR WINDANSEA BEAUTIES! From $ 455,000 LA JOLLA STEAL! 2BR/ 2BA on corner lot. Perfect 1st home or rental investment. Original hardwood floors, fireplace & 2-car garage. Just needs you. Original owner too! Enjoy the good life near Sail Bay in cozy 2BR/ 2BA condo! E-Z walk to bay & ocean! Just bring your toys! Best location in complex! Spacious, top floor, corner unit, 3BR/ 2BA, bright with vaulted ceilings, crown molding, fireplace & patio overlook...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

$ 579,000 SAT 2-5 & SUN 12-3 3984 Lamont St. # 1 SUN 1-4 4835 Cobb St. $ 595,000 2 br, 2 ba unit in Santa Susana directly on Sail Bay with common area patios, BBQs, swimming pool and spectacular views. This second floor unit has been extensively updated featuring a newly remodeled kitchen. MLS# 076066594. PACIFIC BEACH $ 599,000 3993 Jewell St B15 $ 289,000–$ 315,000 3br, 3.5 ba unit feels like a home sitting 6 ft above Grand w/ private front yard & unique gated entrance. Newer construction townhome. Maple cabinets, granite counters, plantation shutters. Energy Star rated appls. MLS# 076028434. PACIFIC BEACH $ 699,000 3 br house w/ 1 br, 1 ba flat attached. Under appx 2 miles to beach & 4 blocks to Bay. Great rental property or reconvert garage for great home. Laundry rm, patio w/ shower & spa. Liv rm fplc, ceiling fans throughout. MLS# 076068911. $ 225,000 4185 Mount Alifan Pl H 815 Tangiers Ct. $ 930,000 SUN 2-4 $ 949,500 1178 Archer...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

PRICE REDU CED! «1~ OPEN SAT. 10 – 12 $ 650,000–$ 680,000 2BR/ 2BA Ocean Views! Two Blocks to Beach! Granite, Stainless Steel Appliances, Travertine Floors, Maple Cabinets. LA JOLLA WINDANSEA Timeless and sophisticated TuscanStyle Townhome in the heart of Crown Point! Enjoy breathtaking views from rooftop deck. 1,698 sq ft, 3br/ 2ba 9' high ceilings & an elegant gourmet-style kitchen! This is an entertainer’s delight! NEW CONSTRUCTION! 858.272.3900 Vacation rentals too! 4444 Mission Blvd. ( 858) 272-9696 \n international network of independently owned" and" opera ted'real* estate offices 2w II Coastal Properties-The Real Estate Leaders www. remax-coastal. com www. AJRProperties. com www. 4081Morrell. com | THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 | DAVID R. INDERMILL & ASSOCIATES Coastal Properties Welcomes… IrjL p mm Janie Davis Having served as Executive of both the local YWCA and the American Lung Association, Janie joins us with her love of San Diego and commitment t...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

Cravens, 21, believed to have inflicted the most damage to Kauanui, is the only suspect still in jail. Henri Quinn-William Hendricks, 21, who was the fifth person charged on Sept. 4, posted a $ 500,000 property bond over the weekend. Despite more charges filed against five young men in the beating death of professional surfer Emery Kauanui Jr., a judge on Sept. 14 turned down the prosecution’s request to raise bail on four of them. The same victim lost a tooth in another incident in which he says Osuna allegedly hit him at a party that Osuna crashed without an invitation in March 2006. “Cravens is the most violent and volatile member of the Bird Rock Bandits,” said Roach in court documents. She described him as the gang’s founder and said“ He rou- One young man told police he was injured Feb. 4, 2007, in La Jolla near a taco shop. The man identified Cravens and Osuna as his attackers, saying he recognized them because he was bullied by them when he was attending La Jolla High School...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

It will be at least six months before anything is approved, Singleton said. Implementation could begin in two to two and a half years “at the absolute earliest,” he said, adding that a full build-out would take 20 to 30 years. Now that the redevelopment plan has cleared the MBPC hurdle, an Environmental Impact Report ( EIR) will be conducted. If no new impacts are found, the plan will move on to the Park and Recreation Board. It could then go to the city’s Planning Commission and then on to City Council. “We can’t get money unless we have a project to move forward on,” Singleton said. The city has identified up to nine funding sources, Singleton said, including a sludge fund, a variety of state and federal grants and an enterprise fund that would allow Mission Bay Park to keep more of the revenues generated by SeaWorld and its other commercial leaseholders. The estimated price tag for the project is $ 130 million. Despite concerns about commercial development, two storage facilities...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

CONTINUED FROMPage 5 Helping You JfeacJk fftxta (fit altk, (f ttneu and tWeiiittlA <WoxJ^hop Reversing Your Patterns of Postural Change Stops Osteoporosis and Presented by William Tontz, Jr., M. D. Orthopaedic Surgeon Marcia Tassinari, M. P. T. Build Better Bones Life Without Osteoporosis Part 2: An Orthopaedic Perspective FREE Blood Pressure Check FREE Session at Tassinari Physical Therapy with individuals at the clinic Tassinari Physical Therapy also works one on one For more information on these classes, the program, or a free individual session, contact Tassinari Physical Therapy at (856) 581-6900 or go to their website: www.tasspl.com. Sponsored by St. Brigid Health Ministry and Tassinari Physical Therapy Thurs. 9/ 27/ 07, 6pm - 8pm St. Brigid Parish Hall 4735 Cass St. P. B. FREE Seminar R. S. V. P. ( 858) 581-6900 Light refreshments will be served PAtD ADVERTISEMENT can still be arrested if they commit another crime or are in possession of other illegal drugs. Libra...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

OPINION THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 BEACH & BAY PRESS Small World Eve Anderson WUCT HAPPENS IN CBS,/\BC,R)XAN17 f*\ O.J. v ,. When will the police admit it is impossible to keep us safe while drinking alcohol on the beach is legal? If you choose to go to the beach, is it impossible to go without drinking for a day? Is it impossible to not drink while at the beach? Another holiday and trouble on the beach, and again, the police are unable to keep people safe and enforce the laws. When will it change? When will the alcohol ( and drugs) be off limits on the beach so children and families can all enjoy the beach, too? due to three out-of-control days a year? infrastructure to waste on an unobtainable goal, such as a ban on alcohol at the beach, Does it make sense to take what limited resources the city has away from schools and Fourth of July and Labor Day. from what I witnessed, most of the problems happen on three days a year: Memorial Day, I have had homes on both Ocean F...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

■ All Types of Roofing Repairs ■ Solar Systems • Residential Re-Roofing Specialist •SkSflt' Shufce Roof Cor versions 1ERH IHXmQ. HC ■ Get a 100% Energy Rebate back on Selected Roof Products! Incredible offer allows you to get up to 100% ol your purchase price back In 48 months 'Energy rebate program allows you to get up to 100% of our "purchase price" back {in cash) in 48 months!!! I guess you can tell which side I’m on. changed in the face of the millions available from an alcohol industry determined to protect its profits. Ultimately, the question is whether the status quo, unsatisfactory as it may be, can be unsupervised binge drinking by young people on the sand is the first step in saving a community that is drowning in alcohol. They think that stopping the restrooms, confusing signage or too few cops to enforce existing laws — it’s the booze, stupid! raise families, are on the other. They claim that the problem is not a lack of trash cans or Long-term local residents, many of ...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

DHS has also issued draft regulations for using recycled water, in part, as a source of domestic use, according to the report. The regulations require the control of organ- The news spurred city officials into a public discussion about the future of San Diego’s water supply, as well as possible Point Loma wastewater plant upgrades and general water recycling. “The delta smelt is the canary in the coal mine,” Aguirre said. In a memo to the mayor and the City Council dated Sept. 4, Aguirre urged city officials to address water supply and wastewater treatment options. In the memo, Aguirre said the city must update its water reclamation plan every five years. The plan was last updated in 2000, according to the memo. On Aug. 31, U. S. District Court Judge Oliver Wanger ordered less water be pumped out of the state’s northern delta to comply with the Endangered Species Act. The act requires federal agencies to ensure their actions do not threaten the existence of an endangered species, ac...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

The outdoors settings, from coastlines to people to wildlife, have been Renshaw’s stock in trade. The light is best, she said, either in the early morning or at Renshaw has mastered the genre to the satisfaction of those who matter. One of her works is fresh off a three-ribbon first-place win at the Idyllwild Plein Air Art Festival, held over the Labor Day weekend; to boot, she’s been painting with pastels, oils and watercolors most of her life and has exhibited and won awards in very nearly 1 million places from La Jolla to Indio to Newport Beach to San Diego’s own Little Italy, where her work has been a part of the neighborhood’s acclaimed ArtWalk event for the last seven years. She even paints themed illustrations on the windows of a Pacific Beach urgent care facility — her “‘ Zonies Go Home” barb, a good-natured poke at visitors from Arizona, once found a cluster of our next-door neighbors lining up to take pictures. — the challenge, she said, lies in capturing the ambient effec...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

The pre-registration deadline is Monday, Sept. 24 and each class costs $ 15. Topics include floras that require less water, perennial plants, landscaping and rose and fruit-tree care. For more information and registration, call Mondays through Fridays from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. at ( 858) 694-2860, or visit www. masterGardenersSanDiego. org. The annual seminar will prepare gardeners for the fall planting season. The seminar includes six twohour classes and a plant sale during the lunch break. website instantly and in the next issue its Best Featuring the Freshest Seafood, Amazing Pastas, Dinner Salads, & Sandwiches Casual Full Service Dining at Now Serving Breakfast! Saturday & Sunday 9am 2pm NIGHTLY SPECIALS 809 Add a House Salad & Dessert to Any Lunch Entree for Only $ 1.50! Thomas Ave • Pacific Beach • 858.270.1730 Must Be 21 with Proper ID to Enter Upstairs Bar I’ll help you separate the myths from the realities in today’s market. Don’t just buy o...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

The right-hander is now throwing for the Acereros del Norte AAA Hammons was one of the hardest throwing pitchers the Bucs produced. At 6-foot 3-inches, he was an intimidating sight to high school players while he helped lead the Bucs to the 1995 CIF and State championship. Ungricht holds the school record with a four-year varsity career batting average of .400. “Brock is in an independent league, but he’s doing well — he had a good year. He just loves to play.” Bush was with the Class A Fort Wayne Wizards, but he will likely be working out in Peoria, Ariz., in the spring before he will be reassigned to a club, according to Pugh. Ungricht played catcher and first base for SDSU after graduating from Mission Bay. But he bolted for a paying job with a bat this season. Switching off with another catcher, Ungricht hit .300 in 44 games this summer for the Chino Outlaws. elbow injury. “Matt had the ‘ Tommy John’ surgery on his elbow,” Pugh said. “He will be out for a year — until late summe...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

TDs in win over Colts last year, but Indianapolis hasn’t allowed that many total rushing yards in a game to any team in seven games since. Pick: Colts 23, Texans 19 Pick: Raiders 28, Browns 24 Game Day: It’s unlikely that Cleveland will repeat Week 2 offensive performance, and the Raiders are on the verge of breaking their losing skid. Cleveland 1-1 at Oakland 1-1, 1: 05 p. m. Last Meeting: Browns won 24-21 at Oakland last October. Stats & Stuff: Browns’ 51 points in win over Cincinnati were their most since returning to the NFL in 1999. Oakland has lost 11 consecutive games. Stats & Stuff: Minnesota quarterback Tarvaris Jackson tied a team record with four interceptions on Sunday. Chiefs have scored just 13 points in their first two games. Pick: Chiefs 27, Vikings 24 Game Day: Playing at home should give Kansas City its first victory. Minnesota 1-1 at Kansas City 0-2, 10 a. m. Last Meeting: Vikings won 45-20 at home in 2003. Pick: Ravens 20, Cardinals 10 Sta...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL r ____________________________________ $ 2.00 CORONAS $ 1.00 TACOS CARNE ASADA, CARNITAS, CHICKEN DINE IN ONLY aaaaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaa f San Oitga's finest Indoor Kart (toting I Q f RACE The 96 points tied for seventh most in league history. The teams also hold the second-highest scoring total, when Cincinnati defeated Cleveland 58-48 in 2004. “That was cool,” Johnson said.“ It was fun and it was cold. I think I gave the fans their money’s worth.” Topping off the craziness was Bengals showman receiver Chad Johnson, who leaped into the Dawg Pound after making his second touchdown catch. He was promptly showered with beer. Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer had a career-high six TD passes. Browns QB Derek Anderson threw five. It was just the third time in NFL history that two quarterbacks passed for five TDs each in the same game. Browns, Bengals offensive show: The Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals put all offenses to shame in Week 2. They also put their own d...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

Bird Rock Yoga Relocates to Pacific Beach Location Bird Rock Yoga’s unique philosophy provides you with more than yoga classes, expanding into massage, holistic therapeutics, clothing, and healthy eating. Experience Bird Rock Yoga at their new location. Bird Rock Yoga offers a variety of classes as well as events. They provide Teacher Training Programs, retreats, and workshops as a means to deepen personal practices. Every studio has a different philosophy and intensity in their classes, therefore, it’s always good to start out slow, then when you’re ready, move on. However, as we all know there is no finite goal to yoga, it is an experience for your lifetime. Since opening in 2003 Bird Rock Yoga has created a sacred space to serve the San Diego community through the practice of Yoga. You can now enjoy their new convenient location at 910 Grand Ave. Suite # 206, above Rubios Taco Shop. But Mother Nature, one request: a little less heat, please. No surprise here: The trip continues, ...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

■Work “Mario had a real good year — he hit .340 for them,” Pugh said. “He was always a solid hitter and a real nice kid. Like most of them, I’m sure he’ll play as long as he can. Minor-league ball can wear on ya, but it’s better than a day job.” The one player who has had a career in the majors from Mission Bay was class of 1979’ s Joel Skinner. While he was drafted in the 36th round by the Pirates out of high school, he went on to spent nine years in the majors at catcher, finishing up with the Cleveland Indians. “He had another operation on his hand — they did a lot to it,” Pugh said.“ He has some rehab to get through, but he’ll be back. He’s a strong kid and loves to hit.” Delgado was part of the ’ 95-’ 96 Bucs who won back-to-back CIF and State championships. In 1996 he pitched for an 11-0 record and in 1997 hit 11 home runs. Delgado is still slugging the ball while playing first base. After success at Oklahoma City University, he is now with the Kansas City TBones in an indepen...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

4 CHARGERS TICKETS $ 125 EACH SECTION PLEASE SPAY OR NEUTER YOUR PETS! 525-3057 APPY Appy is a 9-week-old poodle/ bichon (?) puppy who has been in foster care since she was seized by Chula Vista Animal Services when someone was trying to sell her in front of Target at the tender age of 4 weeks - much too young to have been taken from her mother and siblings. ( Fortunately, Chula Vista has a new law to discourage smuggling across the border and to prevent impulse purchases of companion animals which makes it illegal to sell any animal in a public place). She is happy, active, smart, healthy, vaccinated and fixed. She’s very social and has been raised with other dogs and cats. To provide a lifetime loving home for Appy, please contact SNAP at 858-456-0452. Contact SNAP at 858-456-0452 Cleaning FREE Lost & Found ads, garage sales & other misc. items for sale Up to 3 lines. Private party only. Excluding real estate & autos. Open Rate Weekly . . . . . ...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

located at: 1710 LOS ALTOS WAY SAN DIEGO, CA. 92109 is hereby registered by the folllowing owner( s): DAVID A. SHAMSHOIAN, SAM EPSTEIN This business is being conducted by : A GENERAL PARTNERSHIP The transaction of business began on: 08/ 17/ 07 The statement was filed with Gregory J. Smith, County Clerk of San Diego County on SEPT 10, 2007 Issue Dates: SEPT 20, 27 OCT 04 AND 11, 2007 MEMORY FOAM Thera-Peutic NASA Mattress: Q-$ 399, K-$ 499. Free Delivery. Warranty. 1-888-287-5337. ( 60 night trial) www. mattressdr. com FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 2007-031142 THE NAME( S) OF BUSINESS: SSAFE MORTGAGE located at: 2308 AMITY ST. SAN DIEGO, CA. 92109 is hereby registered by the folllowing owner( s): LORI K. BERTGES, SHAWN SPANIER This business is being conducted by : AN UNINCORPORATED ASSO-CIATION-OTHER THAN A PARTNERSHIP The transaction of business began on: 09/ 06/ 05 The statement was filed with Gregory J. Smith, County Clerk of San Diego County on SEPT 05, 2007 Issue D...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

Llh-ah, Aries. The tool brcvips ad" mind drill 1 far j\ cliit kuy Re Li*—yuu hiivt- I'll I li( i t. A ■-! 111.11 It M home rrqulre* ywr rttlrnripn Th .lbt'ul. A k'lk'r Decern be r 22- | .1!' i:.' , IS M.irJi 21 \pril 19 make il worlhwhili June 22- July 22 Se-plembrr 23- A serin-of li be tho wmv whims p«ive Jj.nUJ.R - 111- a W™irtfi in di- f :ui L chrujn 18 A iiln hioil Chanel* I- thu.' un li VLiu truly know savvy, AquJriuiv, bu ix-turns. Soijtir il With boih kinds, Truirusr'in.inrL/il iirv resolved with d merrier. A flrwnirirtl issnjf !■■ nut October 23- November 21 Aprit ZDMay 2D July 23Aug.ust 22 ll.iih tit'mirti rite Jul-* you vvk Mravu, Tin - Dnn't ivorrj'. Hnt N r o4 muL'hi t)f uptir We specialize in : • Custom Concrete • Regular, stained, stamped & exposed aggregate • Blockwork • Retaining Walls • Pool Decks • Drainage • Foundation work • Curb & approaches Over 25 years of Experience 619.690.2074 Free Estimates We Carrry Liability Bonded + Licensed # 85...

Publication Title: Beach And Bay Press
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
x
Loading...
x
x