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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

619-852-0365 bosspaintingsd@ hotmail. com license # 830468 Call or email to book an appointment ( 858) 220-6184 CLEAN • STRIP • SEAL • WAX BUFF • STEAM • POLISH RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL STONE • WOOD • CEMENT • MARBLE • Mini Blinds • Screens COPPER REPIPE FOR LE$$ 1 DAY SERVICE John Nelson Plumbing Company Inc. Since 1986 1-800 439 6750 Lic. # 518842 EXTRA CLEAN WINDOW CLEANING SCREENS & MIRRORS 20 YRS. EXPERIENCE FREE ESTIMATES CALL BRUCE TODAY 619.224.6558 SoCal Coatings Residential Painting Projects • Residential • Reasonable Rates • Free Estimate Non-licensed858- 349-4919 experience Licensed & Insured BUILD SMART Affordable Cost Conscious Remodeling Great Design is within your reach 619.723.5120 Great References Senior Discounts 20 yrs. experience Acoustic removal Pressure washing “Painting our own Reputation” Wood replacement Dryrot BEACH & BAY PRESS servicedirectory CONSTRUCTION THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2007 21 Lic# 719081 CUSTOM PAINTING Fast...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

750 York Court 2225-2227 Felspar Debbie Paysinger • 858-273-2121 • Pacific Beach David Rangle • 858-273-2121 • Pacific Beach 3BR/ 2BA Housing for Rent 3802 Bayside Walk 834 San Jose Place/ Middle 4BR/ 2.5BA 834 San Jose Place/ Penthouse 4BR/ 2.5BA Ed Cabo • 858-273-2121 • Pacific Beach Maxine & Marti Gellens • 858-551-6630 • La Jolla Ted Lucier • 858-273-2121 • La Jolla 15764 Circo Diegueno 254 Playa del Norte 370-376 Playa Del Norte 750 York Court 1712 Valdes 5BR/ 5.5BA 4BR/ 4.5BA 14104 Rancho Tierra Trail 5511 La Jolla Mesa Drive 1178 Archer St. 4185 Mount Alifan Unit H 4835 Cobb St. 3BR/ 2BA 2BR/ 1BA 3BR/ 2BA 4060 Porte La Paz # 39 3984 Lamont St. # 1 2BR/ 2BA 3BR/ 2BA 4BR/ 2BA 3BR/ 3.5BA Evelyn Young • 858-212-6061 • University City Marie Tolstad • 858-705-1444 • Pacific Beach Craig Henderson • 858-922-0367 • Clairemont Laura Hugyez • 619-823-2226 • Clairemont Dyane Burgos • 858-405-0590 • Pacific Beach Barry Tashakorian • 619-954-9000 • Pacific Beach Jackie Alexande...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

One bedroom, one bath, located at 2783 C St., PAID ADVERTISEMENT WARNING: Do not put your home on the market until you’ve read this! How to avoid 10 critical mistakes that could cost you Thousands! Selling your home can be a very stressful experience. That’s why it’s so important to prepare yourself as completely as possible. Be informed — not taken! Educate yourself concerning your real estate market, how to get the most money for your home and the necessary steps to conclude the sale. Lack of preparation could cost you Thousands ... Don’t let it happen to you! Call today for your no obligation free report. Call NOW for your FREE report: 1-800-244-7932 ext 2051 – 24hr a day! Special Free Report Compliments of Prudential California Realty 539K Calling all 92109 Beach Bums! Newer 2BR t’home with distinctive style. Bay view roof deck to ignite the creative spirit! $ 539K Kissed by bay breezes. New 3BR residences, 1,650 sq. ft., yard area for those with a green thumb. $ 749K Darling 2B...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 20 September 2007

2774 BAYSIDEWALK · $ 1.65M $ 2.15M $ 2.35M OPEN SUNDAY 1– 4PM 2663 OCEAN FRONTWK · $ 2.495M $ 3.295M $ 3.495M ■ Four new 3BR/ 2.5BA condos giving way to custom interior design, GE Profile appliances, porcelain tile flooring, granite counter tops, private view balconies and more! The home at the beach you have always wanted! 1) ■ Brand new ocean front— 3 units! Ground floor offers 3BR/ 2BA, mid unit w/ 4BR/ 4.5BA, and penthouse has 4BR/ 4.5BA. Fantastically appointed, these properties offer the finest beach front living in Mission Beach! ■ Three spectacular, brand new single level condos on the bay in S. Mission. You will quickly fall in love with this location and the beach lifestyle! Parking for two cars is included with each unit. ■ Brand new condos on the ocean front! 3– 4 Brs with pano ocean views, GE Monogram Appliances, tumbled travertine, great parking and more! mi ■r vi i 7 :r ■ Single family home on this coveted S. Mission court! This 2BR/ 1BA boasts a complete remodel, ove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

Although the charge sounds serious, it is only a misdemeanor, which carries a maximum sentence of one year in jail and/ or a $ 1,000 fine. The same trio has also been charged with assaults on police officers. Ricardo Guzman, 23, of San Diego, allegedly threw a full beer can at an officer during the Sept. 3 melee, according to charges filed by the City Attorney’s Office. Kenneth Warkocki, 32, of Gig Harbor, Wash., also allegedly threw beer cans at officers. PAUL GALLEGOS | BEACH & BAY PRESS More than 40,000 people came together for the Pacific Islander at Ski Beach to share the music, dance and food from Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. SEEPBTC, Page 6 SEE RIOT, Page 6 BY BARRY SCHWARTZ | BEACH& BAY PRESS A shave and a haircut: Lefty’s brings barbershop traditions back to PB 4e i r “About 80 percent of our customers are When you walk into Lefty’s Barbershop on Garnet Avenue, you might feel like you’ve stepped through a time warp. The three barbers standing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

$ 359K Unit Penthouse (858)273-2121 • 845 GARNET AVE. • 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 PRICED TO SELL Bernie sosna 619.338.8876 Pager 858.490.6127 Direct “I’ll Come To Your Rescue” www. BernieSosna. com | THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2007 | Qnlu!K_ FINE HOMES & ESTATES Reduced $ 719,000–$ 795,000 $ 545,000 BAY PARK/ LINDA VISTA CHARMER! CHEERFUL CLAIREMONT HOME! PICTURE PERFECT CLAIREMONT! Great Price Too! $ 749,000 HIGH DEMAND AREA! MAJOR REDUCTION! $ 199,000 Enjoy warmth & fun in this 5BR/ 3.5BA, 2737 sq. ft. home with a pool the kids will love. Fireplace, beautiful floors & fridge, stove & dishwasher included. Remodeled 4BR/ 2BA home with designer paint, mirrored wardrobes, newer carpet, garage door & much more! A must see on large corner lot! 2nd floor 2BR condo. Less than 100 ft. away from po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

Desirable End Unit! 5 blocks to Fanuel Park at the bay or six blocks to the beach - it's YOUR choice! This lovely 3BR/ 2BA townhouse is updated and ready for you. The floor plan is versatile, with one bedroom and bath on the main level and two more bedrooms ( with balconies)upstairs.EnjoyeasylivingclosetoEVERYTHING! PACIFIC BEACH $ 529,000 SUN 11-1 1178 Archer St. $ 949,500 SUN 11-2 815 Tangiers Ct. $ 930,000 SUN 12-3 4835 Cobb St. $ 595,000 PACIFIC BEACH $ 1,175,000 Wonderful home for entertaining! Pristine home 5BR/ 3BA, 2340 appx sf. on large 13,420 appx sf lot! New gourmet kitchen, $ 200K in upgrades, paint, molding, appliances, and new 12x42 sundeck with trek deck over covered patio & gazebo with views. MLS# 066100570 SUN 1-4 3984 Lamont St. # 1 $ 549,000 INVESTORS SPECIAL Less than a mile to the beach and only 4 blocks to the bay. Excellent rental income potential from attached 1bed/ 1bath guest suite with separate entrance. Enjoy the seclusion of rooftop skyline a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

3eachfe * BY PAUL DOUGLAS | BEACH& BAY PRESS NEWSbriefs Police arrest suspect in Garnet Ave. shooting The memorial will be located in an extension of the walkway above the beach and access ramp. Local surfer Tom Armstrong of Arm- The proposal has been endorsed by City Councilmembers Donna Frye and Kevin Faulconer, along with the Pacific Beach Town Council, according to Miller. Frye’s husband, legendary San Diego surfer Skip, was present when the park was dedicated in 1963. They felt the significance of the park and the tribe of surfers who use it should be celebrated so that the tourists and locals can appreciate and better understand the sport of surfing. The monument is intended to celebrate the special aloha of Tourmaline. Association members believe Tourmaline Park is one of the few surf spots where surfers share a sense of camaraderie. “There are people who are very passionate about Tourmaline,” Miller said.“ There are memorials up and down the coast, and we wanted ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

Full Service 858-270-2735 4645 Cass St., Ste # 103, San Diego, CA 92109 ( on Emerald at Cass St. in Beach and Bay Press building) Nails Offered: Acrylic • Gell • Silk • Fiberglass $ 15 ( reg $ 18) $ 13 ( reg $ 15) $ 8 ( reg $ 10) $ 17 ( reg $ 20) $ 23 ( reg $ 30) Facial • Waxing Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9: 00am to 6: 00 pm ANNOUNCING: A government-funded international study by a major university to find an all-natural nutritional treatment for bipolar disorder. The second part of the court involves a presentation given by an emergency room nurse about the dangers of being under the influence of alcohol. The following Saturday, the group goes into the Mission and Pacific beach areas to work off their sentence. Since its inception in 2005, about 650 participants have gone through the program with only one recidivist. The person was cited for an alcohol related offense and the second time for having an unleashed dog, Martin said. For more information on the Beach Area Community Court call ( 85...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

The City of San Diego can paint hard-to-reach areas and other property that has been tagged if a consent form is filled out beforehand. The important thing, Franchina repeated, is that residents and business owners photograph the tag before painting over it. The city can also provide recycled paint to residents and business owners who wish to paint tags themselves. offense. damage are considered misdemeanors, Franchina said, while cases with more than $ 400 in damage are felonies. The damage from individual tags is not combined when determining the level of The PBTC will hold its next regularly scheduled meeting at 6: 30 p. m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the Earl and Birdie Taylor Library, 4275 Cass St. Extra officers who were patrolling the beach communities during the peak summer months have been sent back to their regular command posts, Ahearn explained, adding that Police Chief William Lansdowne has authorized overtime on weekends. To report crime, call ( 619) 5312000. To get involve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

Every Wed: Half Day Pizza Sales Drive Through Oct. 12: Contributions Pacific Beach Elementary Wed., Oct. 3: FOPBE, Library, 6 p. m. Pacific Beach School Information Sept. 27-Oct. 3 Crown Point Elementary Fri., Sept 28: Principal’s Coffee/ Family Friday Pacific Beach Middle School Ongoing: FOPBSS Contributions Drive & Escrip Sign Up Mission Bay High School Fri., Sept 28: Varsity Football @ Point Loma 3 p. m. Oct. 3-4: CA High School Exit Exam ( Grade 12) Ongoing: FOPBSS Contributions Drive & Escrip Sign Up Kate Sessions Elementary Mon., Oct 1: Morning Assembly/ Parent Coffee, 8 a. m. Wed., Oct. 3: Back to School Night, 5: 30-7: 30 p. m. Wed., Oct 3: Seahawk Pride Kick Off Night Every Wed: Half Day Pizza Sales BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | BEACH& BAY PRESS NEWS Group organizes to oppose beach alcohol THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 2007 BEACH & BAY PRESS SEBASTIAN RUIZ | BEACH & BAY PRESS PB resident Scott Chipman announces the formation of Saf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

Councilman Kevin Faulconer secured funding for four of these streetlights last February. then several months later, the Mission Beach They’re up! Southwest Signal Service installed six brand new streetlights at El Carmel Point Tuesday, Sept. 18. The lights are up at El Carmel Point Buz Rahe Mission Beach Fiesta Island plan cuts off-leash area to pieces POLICY The opinion pages of Beach & Bay Press are meant as an open forum for expression. The views expressed in the Letters to the Editor and editorials within this paper are not necessarily the views of this paper, nor those of the staff. John Fry may be reached at ( 858) 272-6655 or mail@ johnfry. com. 100 Years Ago: A half-page ad in the San Diego Union advertised lots for sale in Bird Rock Beach, bounded roughly by the ocean, Forward, Taft and Colima. Realtors promised the properties“ Will make you Money while you Sleep.” One interesting asset was the assertion that“ CARS GO RIGHT THROUGH IT.” That part was true. Eight...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

or visit. BY LORI MARTINEZ | BEACH& BAY PRESS Managed competition moves ahead — slowly If you ask the unions, they’ll say we moved to fast. If you ask others, they’ll say we moved to slow. 55 For more information on the mayor’s progress in implementing managed competition, visit www. sandiego. gov/ mayor/ news/ in dex. shtml. According to the mayor, with the help of the BPR process city agencies will remain competitive throughout the bid process. “They’ve actually created organizations that will preclude competition or win any competition that comes forward,” Sanders said. According to a timeline presented by Danneger, pre-competition assessments will be initiated by the end of 2007 and should be complete by the spring of 2008, followed by an announcement of those functions open to competition. While Sanders has yet to identify which 20 city functions have been evaluated he previously stated that trash, water and wastewater could conceivably be affected by managed compet...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

L, 've Music dt Performance Arts Interactive Art Activities Although officials are tightlipped about the cub’s name, the public should be able to view the girl by December, Galindo said. If people want to see the panda cub now, they can view the zoo’s panda cam at www. sandiegozoo. org Officials won’t say how they are going to choose the name for the latest cub.“ We are still discussing the way,” Galindo said. Zoo officials said the first cub, Hua Mei, which was born in the United States in 1999, was named out of respect for the Chinese. The second cub born at the zoo was Mei Sheng in 2003, and the naming was discussed with the Chinese. In 2005, zoo officials came up with five names, cleared them with China, then posted them on an Internet site. They let the world pick Su Lin as the name of the third cub, Galindo said. weeks ago in August. FOft INFORMATION: 619.435.7165 www.coronadoartwalk.org or www.coronadohistory.org Sponsored by the Coronado Historical Association, Coronado Main...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

Get a 100% Energy Rebate back on Selected Roof Products! ■ Incredible offer allows you to get up to 100% of 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 4B months!!! PAUL HANSEN | BEACH & BAY PRESS ( From left) Chantale Poulin, Dan Latt, Barbara Alfano and Greg Zackowski help themselves to samples of Thai food at Jack's Thai Spices during the Pacific Beach Restaurant Ride Tuesday, Sept. 18. Diners traveled by double decker bus to a variety of restaurants along Garnet Avenue. The event is scheduled from noon to 6 p. m. The free food tasting, featuring appetizers and tapas from from the Turquoise Cafe Bar Europa, The French Gourmet, Froggys, Chateau Orleans, the Chocolate Haus, The Fishery and Turquoise Coffee, begins at 2 p. m. “We’re going to select an all-girl stomping crew. The ones dressed in the best European peasant costumes will be selected,” said Turquoise Café Bar Europa owner ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

reservations recommended 49% W. Point LomaBlvd 619.2242884 theebungalow.com $24- 95 ' plus tax & gratuity y, Wednesday “I picked three bands that had an abundance of hit songs,” he said.“ I “That was due to our struggle to find a permanent drummer,” Twombly explained.“ We’ve literally went through more than a dozen drummers before we settled on Greg. While none of them actually spontaneously combusted, we were unable to hold on to any until now.” Twombly cites another tribute act, Oingo Boingo recreaters Deadman’s Party as the inspiration for starting his own tribute band, though choosing a subject wasn’t easy. Formed two years ago, the band includes frontman Zippy Twombly, Chuck Cameron ( guitar), Sol Turpin ( bass), Tracee Houghton ( keys) and Greg“ Nigel” Karlo ( drums), though their membership has been fluid in their two years of existence. On their website, they even joke about being similar to comedic heavy metal trio Spinal Tap in that respect. While much of the l...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

$ 1,300,000–$ 1,500,876 Seller will entertain offers between BY JOHNNY MCDONALD | BEACH& BAY PRESS ENTERPRISES F 0 El N D A 1 I 0 II WILL'S SPECIAL TEAM PRO It bar ■ kiichen VlEJAS WASTE ft RECYCLING SERVICES www.edcodisposal.com HUDSON tYMM I PbiH man |jjt 1 (p >fi. 9wm W HOW: Contact Mary B at 760.801.1500 Haryb@GamedayCbnsulting.net for more information. SEERED BULL, Page 17 Flyers were given a six-minute alert to take off from Brown Field, near the Mexican border, to reach the course. If a pylon needed a repair they had enough fuel to hover. Pylons are made in zippered layers and usually can be inflated If anyone encountered engine trouble or caught part of a pylon with a wing, North Island air base offered an open runway. packages with 300 horses. Offered at $ 1,900,000 Absolutely charming 3BR/ 3.5BA Cape Cod style home on a highly coveted dead-end street just steps from the bayside jogging path and across from the entrance to the South Western and La Pla...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

GET 1 FREE BUY 1 BREAKFAST CARNE ASADA, CARNITAS, CHICKEN DINE IN ONLY $ 2.00 CORONAS $ 1.00 TACOS MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL 5PM - CLOSE r — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — L___________________________________ WITH THIS AD - DINE IN ONLY Who would have thought that teams like San Francisco, Tampa Bay, Houston and Detroit would be 2-1 at this point? Now’s their chance to prove that they’re better than people thought, at least in the first quarter of the season. Here’s a look at this week’s games. All times are Pacific. Game Day: Something has to give with these poor offenses. Bills are due. Pick: Bills 23, Jets 20 P R E V I EW & P I C KS WE E K 4 Last Meeting: Bills won 31-13 at New York last December. Stats & Stuff: Buffalo is last in league offense, gaining just 200 yards per game. Jets offense is 28th at 262.3. Last week: 11-5 Season record: 34-14 Seattle 2-1 at San Francisco 2-1, 1: 05 p. m. Last Meeting: 49ers won 24-14 at ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

49.95 129.95 24.95 24.95 69.95 129.95 14.95 29.95 59.99 19.95 19.95 129.95 Shorty Wetsuits................. Wet Suits, 7mm................. Dive Knife, Stainless........... Pole Spear.......................... Rx Dive Masks, in stock..... Roller Bags......................... • Sellers - Full service at commission rates that make sense • Buyers - Rebates allowing greater savings • Experience - Brokers since 1978 This is part of an ongoing series by Pacific Beach sportswriter Joe Connor, who is criss-crossing the country in a 1984 Mercedes that runs on vegetable oil. His goal is to tailgate at the best-known football stadiums while promoting renewable fuels. BY JOE CONNOR | BEACH& BAY PRESS KIRBY YAU | BEACH & BAY PRESS Green Bay fans at the Australian Pub celebrate while Bolts fans sulk after the Packers take the lead against San Diego Sunday, Sept. 16 Learn to Scuba in 4 Days! Hurry! Limited time sale. SNORKEL, SURF & DIVE 4004 Sports Arena Blvd. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Beach and Bay Press — 27 September 2007

They need, a chance to reach their potential. Think what TAAS programs do for the teens — what the healthy behaviors of our caring staff model for them. Think about the productive lives they'll lead when their potential is released. Wilt you give them a chance? With your help, formerly homeless teens at TAAS become empowered and confident in themselves. They are back to school pursuing arts and science programs as well as personal goals toprepart themselves for adult responsibilities. Let's give them that chance together. Your much-appreciated support will make life better for TAAS teens as well as for our graduates who receive alumni services. Most teens benefiting from our life-changing programs go to college or get good jobs and become successful citizens. Consider the impact your donation will make on the teens and our community, and then please give generously www.neighbor.org 0 „ & Uss a Chavez* CTc~s Your PAUL DOUGLAS | BEACH & BAY PRESS Dillon Baxter ...

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