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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 October 2008

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 October 2008

ft A Benefit for the San Diego Armed Services YMCA Featuring QUALITY handmade arts & crafts Oct. 25, 2008 10am — 3pm All Souls Church 1475 Catalina Blvd., Pt. Loma Holiday Treasures Craft Show CUSTOM HOME IMPROVEMENT Services Carpentry-Interior & Exterior, Fencing, wood or vinyl, termite & drywall repair, tile, doors, windows, painting, roofing. 20 Yrs Experience Local references. Hourly rates. 619-241-1231 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ( RFP) Kayak Concessions La Jolla Shores public boat launch The City of San Diego is soliciting responses to a Request for Proposals ( RFP) that describes opportunities for the operation of Kayak Concessions at the La Jolla Shores public boat launch. Qualified operators are invited to submit proposals conveying sufficient information regarding their operational expertise and other criteria as described in the RFP, to enable the City to select Concession Operators for use of City property. Please see the City of San Diego w...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 October 2008

Reverse the Patterns of Postural Change © Walk Tall: A Comprehensive Osteoporosis Management & Postural Correction Program Sara Meeks, PT, MS, GCS 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. Presented by: Tassanari Physical Therapy and St. Brigid Health Ministry For information on this class, the Walk Tall Program, or a FREE consultation at Tassinari Physical Therapy Call ( 858) 581-6900 or website: www. tasspt. com ITEMS FOR SALE WORK FROM HOME: Government Office Jobs, Basic Computer Skills. Full Benefits, Flexible Hours. Call 1-888-611-9333. $$$ ACCESS LAWSUIT CASH NOW!!! As seen on TV. Injury Lawsuit Dragging? Need $ 500-$ 500,000++ within 24/ hrs after approval? Compare our lower rates. APPLY NOW 1-866-386-3692 WANTED JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES KAWASAKI, 1970-1980, Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750, H1-500, S1-250, S2-250, S2-350, S3-400. CASH PAID. 1-800-772-1142. 1-...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 October 2008

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 October 2008

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 October 2008

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 23 October 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

Stop the binge drinking and you stop the problems, Chipman said. With the temporary ban set to expire in January, two groups have drawn a line in the beach’s sand and are passionately working to convince voters to join their side of the debate. From their names, the groups seem almost indistinguishable. The San Diego Safe Beaches Coalition opposes the beach ban, while Safe Beaches San Diego wants the beaches to remain alcohol free. Scott Chipman, spokesperson for Safe Beaches San Diego, said the similar-sounding names are an attempt to confuse the voters. “We’re disappointed they ( San Diego Safe Beaches Coalition) would stoop to that tactic to confuse the voters, but we’re not surprised.” Chipman said. The Safe Beaches San Diego website argues the pro-ban position. It says, in short, that alcohol at the beach encourages binge drinking, which creates a safety hazard and a lot of trash on major holidays. As Election Day nears, the debate over Proposition D — the measure to ban alcoho...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

“Often, [ lawsuits and trials don’t] solve the problem, and I’ve seen thousands and thousands of lawsuits as a judge in the last ten years where I thought their clients could have been better served had they just pushed this other button before they decided to follow a lawsuit. But Goldsmith said otherwise when it comes to the relationship between city council and the city attorney. with the management of the city’s litigation,” he said. tSan Diego CARTS Superior Court Judge Jan Goldsmith is making a bid for the city attorney post. COURTESY PHOTO | THE BEACON Aguirre further accused his opponent of rolling over on pension reform, a pivotal local topic, to gain the support of some unions. “My opponent, his whole campaign is financed by the upper echelon of special interests that control our city, the developers, the municipal unions, the people that are in the bureaucracy, and he represents the old system and how we got ourselves in trouble… I represent a break with the past, and I r...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

Aguirre does not hesitate. The biggest problem ahead? “There’s a lack of basic integrity,” he said.“ There’s a lack of basic competence within in the city for a lot of different reasons. The city has lost its focus. We are not focused on serving the public. We are mostly focused on increasing financial benefits for people who work here.” S3 RIGHT NOW, shop a fresh collection of women's shoes, handbags, and accessories from Neiman Marcus stores across the country. 5AVE 30% TO 55% OFF ORIGINAL NM PRICES. Register at NMLosrCollStore.com to receive advance notice of sales and extra savings offers. Enjoy (Pt cddilienol Off fW flnliTe pUFthgw wfipn ygu UK fW c-rdil Cm J. I i-.Ilzi ■ in mOrltlewjil Tiuy htrtt bssrt \a\tn. N<S adjuilnVcim fetf piioi udei. mmwm m$ LAS AMERICAS PREMIUM OUTLETS 406] Campno da la Plaza, Son Diago 619.090.5600 NMLo slCof IStore .com The Historic Balboa Theater ■ esa^m*™ at the Civic Theatre Ticket Office (M-F 10A-6P) or at the Balboa Theatre Ticket Of...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

“The ‘ Developers and the $ 4 Million Beachfront Property Owners Committee’ is what they should call themselves,” he said. According to city clerk’s records, a majority of the pro-ban contrib- Pyle points out that the Yes on D campaign committee has spent roughly $ 230,000 getting their message out to voters. The two groups — You Empower Our Community and San Diego Safe Beaches Coalition — spent almost $ 100,000 all together for billboards, mailers and other campaign materials. The finances of the No On Prop D campaign became the subject a recent Voice of San Diego article pointing out the two groups giving money to the campaign shared the same treasurer and the same political consultant, the La Jolla Group. “People who donate are people who are aware of the problems,” Chipman said. Chipman said that backs up his argument. utors registered in beach-area zip codes, including 92109, which includes Pacific Beach. Wave House Belmont Park, LLC alone donated about $ 15,000 to the “Yes” ca...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

S erving the Point Loma community since 1999. Mary Engles, MS, PT, OCS, orthopedic certified specialist, and her experienced staff at Sports Arena Physical Therapy, get you moving and moving correctly after an injury, a surgery or a stint as a“ weekend warrior.” Using evidence-based performance techniques and tools, Sports Arena Physical Therapy designs a treat- ment program that will take you from shuffling to saun- tering to sprinting. You can achieve your personal best and optimum injury outcome in the shortest time possible. You will receive an in-depth evaluation to define the problem, a specific evidence based intervention program to solve the problem and an independent exercise program to prevent a reoccurrence of the problem. Sports Arena Physical Therapy It’s All About Movement She is also the fund raising chairperson for the Fostering Opportunities Dollars for Scholars. This organization raises money for scholarships and food for former foster youth who ( at the age of 18 ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

lease revenues generated over $ 20 million in Mission Bay Park. Yet again, it waived off the law until Mayor Sanders was elected to office. Just think, almost all of the repairs would have been done if the city had kept its commitment and made the $ 171 million of improvements. But instead, the cost has nearly doubled at a huge cost to taxpayers. Well, let’s look at the history of the city. Nearly 15 years ago, the 1994 Mission Bay master plan update identified major improvement projects totaling $ 171 million. Did the city then resist temptation and fund report revealed that the city these projects? It did not. Then, six years later, a scathing 2000 Grand Jury had allocated $ 3 million out of the $ 171 million recommended for improvements. The report indicated that to complete the projects, it would take 20 years but only if lease revenues generated stayed in the park. Did this scathing report spur the city into spending these funds on needed park improve- ments? No, this did not h...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

credit for it until the governor decided to do way with state funding for the California’s Beach Water Monitoring programs. want make it a priority now either. So then what? If every one of the millions of beach goes paid a Where do we turn now? San Diego County doesn’t seem to quarter when they went to the beach, the program could still run. If all San Diego residents con- tributed 15 cents, testing could could be designated as safe or continue and the water quality unsafe allowing us to know what risks we were taking by going for a swim or a surf in our oceans. As more and more Americans become aware that they are part of the solution to the environmental deterioration of our city and country, we need to move for- ward, not backward in protecting our precious resources. Why are we dismantling one of the country’s most respected water quality programs and turning a blind eye to our citizens’ and oceans health? Gov. Schwarzenaeger’s line-item veto was short sighted, and unfortunatel...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

With a majority of City Council support, Mayor Jerry Sanders signed the brief in an emotional Following testimony from both sides on the same-sex marriage issues surrounding Proposition 8, the San Diego City Council voted 6-2 to urge citizens to vote no, and opponents of Prop 8 picked up an unexpected vote by District 2 Councilman Kevin Faulconer. Faulconer didn’t explain his vote, but he joined councilmembers Donna Frye, Toni Atkins, Scott Peters, Jim Madaffer and Ben Hueso in opposing Prop 8, which would take away the right of gay and lesbian couples to legally marry in California. Voting to urge a yes vote on Prop 8 were Tony Young and Brian Maienshein. The vote followed a rally at City Hall by those who hoped councilmembers would urge a yes “Marriage is a union between one man and one woman,” said James Hartline, a former homosexual who is now a conservative Christian activist. “This vote today doesn’t represent the will of the people of San Diego,” he said. Faulconer participat...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

What’sNew( s) Reverse the Patterns of Postural Change © Walk Tall: A Comprehensive Osteoporosis Management & Postural Correction Program , _l Sara Meeks, PT, MS, GCS Presented by: Tassanari Physical Therapy and St. Brigid Health Ministry For information on this class, the Walk Tall Program, or a FREE consultation at Tassinari Physical Therapy I'kiir mi TW# rmmy Now is the time to begin planning your holiday marketing campaign ;md the attention ofhciltday shoppers! Merchants! Call ( 858) 581-6900 or website: www. tasspt. com Chocolate and Fair Trade: Despite years of promises from major chocolate manufacturers, little has been done to tackle documented problem of forced child labor on many farms that supply their cocoa. Moreover, low cocoa prices have left cocoa farmers in poverty year after year. Fair Trade chocolate is proof that change is possible and represents an important step towards larger reforms. Fair Trade certification prohibits the use of abusive child labor,...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

THURSDAY OCTOBER 30, 2008 THE PENINSULA BEACON Two youngsters share a Halloween cupcake cupcake treat Saturday night. HALLOWEEN 2008 Left, Keilani Fernandez, 8, dresses as a vampire with Frankenstein watching over her shoulder from behind. Right, Alessandra Herrera, 5, poses as a young princess. A ghoulishly good time in Ocean Beach The Hallloween fun wasn’t strictly for the kids. Adults got in on the action too. Lily Kope, 12, shows off her Barbie doll packaging during the Halloween fun and frolic at the Ocean Center on Santa Monica Avenue on Saturday. The event was put on by the Ocean Beach and Point Recreation Councils. PHOTOS Mm * ■ i I mMmW-J J ' m\\\\\\ _ £ I OLD TOWN SAN DIEfiD STATE StBTOBlC PARR { I HBS TO I RETURNS TO OLD TOWN 1 ' Saturday, Not 1st - 6:30pm 1 BtiLt miken, . Fire Breather* i 1 »*": kB -» I . Cr*c:.^ ib »-"»* I lJHHERSE YOURSELF III A GLITTER RFALK OF UNCONSTRAINED fi ■ For more information please call (619) 220-5422M Pacific Beach Middle School 4676 Ingrari...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

BY BARRY SCHWARTZ | THE BEACON Point Loma High School defensive back Davis Callejon had a fine Homecoming performance with two interceptions. BARRY SCHWARTZ | THE BEACON Point Loma High School ( PLHS) put together a complete game on Friday night under the lights for their Homecoming game, dominating University City High School ( UCHS) on both sides of the ball in a 49-14 contest that was never in any question for the Pointer fans. The Dogs took control early, scoring the first 21 points on two Leslie Rogers touchdown runs ( 20 and 6 yards) and a fumble return by junior defensive end Will McDonough for 11 yards. The Centurions had a huge task trying to catch up. They scored twice in the second quarter, but the Pointers were quick to pay them back after UC quarterback Skyler Dougherty hit wide receiver Willie Meadows on a 25-yard TD pass. “We knew tonight that we could take advantage of what we saw on film,” said PLHS head football coach Mike Hastings.“ Our kids wanted to get back to ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 30 October 2008

* Full Bar * Breakfast on Weekends 9:AH - 2:PM * Lunch and Dinner Daily (open Mondays too) * Kitchen open until Midnight on Friday & Saturday * Dog Friendly Exterior patio Gilmore Goldsmith Gary 4857 Newport Ave. www.GGGoldsmith.com 619-225-1137 Merchants! Now is the time to begin planning your holiday marketing campaign and get the attention of holiday shoppers! Will your business be seen? Consumers are thinking ahead more than ever on how they will be budgeting for Holiday Gift giving. The Peninsula Beacon will be publishing SPECIAL HOLIDAY GIFT SECTIONS These colorful sections help consumers choose from a plethora of creative gift ideas from local merchants. Book your space today! For information call 858-270-3103 • Mike Fahey 117 or Mike Long x 112 Join us for just Treats on H afro ween: '■'No Costume Contest *Fewer Drunks per Capita than Newport Avenue * Plenty of Parking *Pridng % Quality that beats happy hour anywhere Light Specials Friday & Saturday t...

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