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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

suade city voters to cast a vote Nov. 4 on Proposition D, which will determine whether or not to permanently ban alcohol on San Diego's beaches. uary 2009. expire in Jan- alcohol ban to current temporary one-year part of that. Beach. And some did. San Diego held second event a Safe Beaches A yes vote on Prop D will permanently outlaw alcohol at the city's approximate 26 miles of shoreline, Mission Bay and coastal parks. A no vote would allow the difference between a beach that is alcohol free and conditions that we had last year," Chipman said at a press conference Friday Aug. 29, at foot of Reed Street in Pacific We have always used [ the beach] responsibly and have alcohol be a "Come for yourselves to see the Safe Beaches San Diego spokesman Scott Chipman invited San Diegans to the beach over Labor Day weekend. the beaches safer and more welcoming. Ban proponents under the banner Safe Beaches San Diego say it's not only safer, but cleaner and Frisbee-friendly once again. BY SEBAST...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

“With the breeze and the noise from an outdoor audience, we play less introspective, quiet music at these events,” Hofman said.“ You generally try and keep the energy of the music a little more into high gear,” Sprague said.“ Less slow tunes and a little more jamming seems to work well.” ances. Hofman notes that some changes to the set have to be made to accommodate festival appear- The Jazz88/ Ocean Beach Jazz Festival takes place from noon to 7 p. m. on Sept. 7 at the foot of the pier on Newport Avenue. Tickets and more information are available at: www. objazz. org. “Our biggest concern, as this event continues to grow, is how do we expand it? We have to start thinking about that growth.” Though concert attendance in general has dropped across the board for all genres of music in recent years, DeBoskey isn’t worried about crowds being too small. In fact, quite the opposite. With every year, at-capacity or nearcapacity by show time, an expansion may even be in the works. music.” b...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

ticles of food that had been cooked in the oil. But the fact that the car runs on Now close to completion, all he’s waiting for is the arrival of the final part of his electrical pump. Once installed, he can use the pump to transfer the used cooking oil from the restaurant. Until then, he said he is just driving the car around the neighborhood. SCHOOL CONTINUED FROMPage 1 Please join us for the bi-monthly meeting of the Airport Noise Advisory Commitee San Diego International Airport 5: 30– 7: 00 p. m. Thursday, September 18, 2008 Future Meeting Park in pay lot — bring ticket for validation Date *$AN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL AJRPORT November 20, 2008 the district long before the first bell rang for the 2008-09 school year, including teacher layoffs in June. As of Aug. 27, there was an overall reduction of 332 teaching positions from the previous year, including 214 probationary posi- “This reduction in our permanent teacher staffing level is a critical step in aligning our budget with the...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

Warner’s former employers and Point Loma residents Lisa and Rick Haux, owners of MOR Furniture For Less, wanted to do something for the youth in the Point Loma area and to do something to remember Warner. The event became a reality when they con- The fifth annual Gromfest Surf Contest and Barbecue will launch into action this Saturday at the Ocean Beach Pier starting at 7 a. m. The contest is sponsored by the Sunset Cliffs Surfing Association ( SCSA) and is held in remembrance of former Point Loma resident Carl Warner, who passed away in 2003. “He also worked in the oil industry in Oklahoma for a while and owned a waterbed store in Reno, Nevada. He was also a lifelong San Diego Chargers fan. His family had season tickets at the old Balboa Stadium in the 1960s when the Warner moved in and out of the area but, according to Bower, Warner had moved back to Point Loma permanently to be close to the beach. they would get together to play at reunions.” BAN CONTINUED FROMPage 1 John Baker J...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

I also figured it must be a nice place to live because that’s where many people in the community send their children eight months a year. It makes sense that because as a community we support education on the Point we would likewise want to maintain and preserve the quality of life around our schools to ensure its safety and availability for the future. bought their homes and have found a way to maintain their quality of life. Maybe I’ll give them a call. Residents on Del Mar Avenue knew it was a 24-hour through street when they — Patricia M. Walsh is a Point Loma resident and a freelance writer for the San Diego Community Newspaper Group. dents — 2,000 in my neighborhood alone — brings with it noise, litter, traffic, and the safety hazards of distracted drivers pushing speed limits to snag the one parking spot closest to the school that’s really someone’s driveway. Then there are the“ helpful parents” whose turn it is to The culprits aren’t just the kids. Mom and dad have no qualms...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

Since it was created in 1983, the Make-A-Wish Foundation of San Diego has granted more than 2,200 wishes to children with life-threat-ening medical conditions. Since 1994, the Tuna Challenge has raised over $ 1.5 million for the San Diego Chapter. If one gazes out on the Pacific Ocean this weekend, there is a good chance many of the boats spotted on the beautiful blue water will be part of an effort to raise money for children facing health challenges. “This is the single largest fundraiser of the year for our chapter,” said Chris Sichel, executive director of the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s San Diego Chapter. The 19th annual Tuna Challenge has grown since its inception in 1991 to become the largest tuna fishing tournament in the continental United States. “This is an incredible tournament considering it all started with a “Last year, a guy ( non-angler) bought one ticket and won the super grand prize, so you never know,” Sichel said.“ The boat ( Defiance Pilothouse) is very beautiful....

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

Although the criminals will receive roughly $ 40 for each of the three stolen brass backflow valves on the recycling open market, it will cost the city about $ 4,500 to replace them, said Detective Troy Holliday with the San Diego Unified School District Police Department. For more information, or to report a copper theft, call ( 858) 580-TIPS. Police encouraged anyone with information about copper thieves to call Crimestoppers. Anyone who turns in a copper thief for prosecution will receive up to $ 2,000. Aside from schools, police said some of the biggest victims of metal thievery include public utility companies such as San Diego Gas & Electric or Sempra Energy, which are funding a Crimestoppers reward. DNA evidence will not only catch the crooks, but also connect the crimes. Benny’s mother, Elizabeth Isabel Grace, was born in Oakland in 1880. As such, Benny’s four grandchildren became fourth generation California natives. And two of the grandchildren are third genera...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

SHOP OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 12: 30 to 5: 00 PM From one original only, please 100 min. on 8 1/ 2 x 11” white paper Sales, Service & Supplies • Same Day Response I I I I I I I merce is looking for a few strong volunteers to help set up this year’s renamed Peninsula Community Fair taking place Saturday, Sept. 13 from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. at Liberty Station’s Ingram Plaza. Peninsula Chamber of Commerce board member Dee Wylie said the group needs about 30 volunteers to “We have arts and entertainment, bands, a clam chowder cookoff competition, a beer garden and a golf tournament in the morning. set up booths, greet people, staff information booths, hand out programs and fill other positions. For information visit www. transit. SD. com. For travel within the downtown trolley stations, the one-way fare is $ 1.25. Trolley tickets are not valid as bus transfers, but riders can purchase a $ 5 day pass that allows the ticket holder an unlimited number of trips on the bus and trolle...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

Rehearsals we held every Mooday evening from 5:30 to 7:?Ai p.m. Music classes tire often held at 5 p.m, Mondays just prior to rehearsals and cover everytlung from basic music reading lessons through vocal techniques and music appreciation. "11 io Peninsula Singers performs at community events throughout Sju i Diego, including Llie 1 -.S.S. Midway, the Point Jjoma village Cultural Finn?. December Mghls in Balboa Park, other branch libraries anil l be North Chapel at Liberty Station :uid luii appeared widi oilier The event will feature a silent auction, will: 100 percent nf proceeds benefiting the Sky Itaneh Foundation, a nonprofit that has been assisting troubled voiith since l%4. urc p:oiisl The musical repertoire of this group is rich and varied and spans the range from liaeh to Ueades to boogie and beyond. I'eople of all muskr*! abilities run invited tip attend, and the choir particularly Agave takes center stage at Spirits of Mexico event In celehruLion of liie iSTih anniversary ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

Living green can be summed up in those 3 words. Greening up your life isn’t just about changing your light bulbs. It’s how you think, what actions you take and who you tell. Living green is synonymous with a healthy life so you’ll find that green choices you make result in a healthier life. things you previously didn’t. Then you must decide to act on those issues. Finally, you speak about your choices and lead by example. Speak. Use your voice, your actions and your vote to support green initiatives. Suggest your workplace switch to filtered water over bottled water ( each liter of bottled water takes approximately 7 gallons of water to produce); use a travel mug next time at the coffee shop; buy plants for friends birthday presents; vote for a candidate For more green living resources contact jim@ ecolifeconsulting. com Act. You are powerful whether you realize it or not. What you buy ( new or used); where you buy it ( fair trade, local producer or huge retail chain); what you refu...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

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( 760) 233-9785 ( 888) 228-6637 I brother OKI gg| J[^m Canon sharp Panasonic EX4L ItuGSODD IBM. ©MINOLTA XEROX. The charm and intimacy of the NTC Officer’s Quarters Gardens are shown in this undated postcard shared by NTC Foundation archivists. SAVE THE DATE Sat., Sept. 13th 11am-7pm Plenty of Fun for the entire family! aziter@ ntcfoundation. org. — From staff and contribution Fore more information, call ( 619) 573-9315 or e-mail groups. More than 250,000 residents, visitors and students have attended receptions, festivals, performances, classes and exhibits. The NTC Foundation completed renovations to the first 6 of its 26 historic buildings in March 2007 at a cost of $ 32 million and design work by San Diego-based Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects. Already, NTC Promenade is home to 25 civic and community The landscape design and planning received an Orchid Award for Urban Design Excellence in 2007 from the San Diego Architectural Foundation. In business for 20 years in San Diego...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

SEE PALMS, Page 16 Dates with Grapes wine calendar november 6-9, 2008 Art of Food & Wine Palm Desert wine calendar all month Cohn Restaurant Group California Wine Month Ridge Vineyards, will be on hand to guide you through the evening and share his insights into this famed winery and the exciting array of wines chosen to complement your meal. september 11th Dakota Grill & Spirits Ridge Vineyards Wine Dinner In celebration of September being declared California Wine Month, we are offering a special dis- Dakota Grill & Spirits: 619-234-5554. counted price for this dinner. Cost is just $ 45.95 per person excluding tax and 18% service charge. Seating is limited. Call soon for reservations. Cohn Restaurant Group is excited to celebrate September as California Wine Month. California’s exceptional wines are world-famous in quality, history and taste. California Wines by the bottle will be 50% OFF all month. Selection and availability vary by restaurant. ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

Better water flows from belter thinking. Do You Love to Sing ln the Show» |/? ..mm Cant Wait for Karaoke Night? The San Diego Choral Club Is Accepting New Members for the Fall 2008 Season. Opportunities for solos, too! Come join the fun! All levels of experience are welcome! We sing a wide variety of three- and four-part music, from popular to classical. Kinetico harm New members are accepted through September 16* For a free comprehensive analysis of your home’s water quality call today and schedule an in home appointment with a Kinetico water professional. When we meet we’ll also bring a coupon for $ 250 off the purchase of a whole house system* ( 858) 875-6617 Rehearsals are on Tuesday nights from 7-8:45 pm at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church 1370 Euclid Avenue, San Diego 92105 1-877-WATER-ON Note: we are not affiliated with the church For more information, call Llisa at 858-277-1319 or visit our website at www.sandiegochoralclub.org * Please note certificate is presented at in home a...

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SEECALENDAR, Page 18 Get to the Bottom of Your Low Back Pain Presented by Jera Ratliff, P. T., C. F. M. T. 2818 Avenida de Portugal. For more information call ( 858) 4547982, or visit www. plgc. org. COMMUNITY/ CIVIC Saturday, Sept. 6, 7 a. m., the Sunset Cliffs Surfing Association SCSA hosts the 5th annual“ Gromfest” Surf Contest and Barbecue at the foot of the Ocean Beach Pier. Proceeds benefit the SCSA Juniors Program. Free admission for the first 110 youngsters who enter. For more information, call ( 619) 2250054, or visit www. scsasandiego. com. Everyone receives a FREE Consultation at Tassinari Physical Therapy Low back pain maybe caused by your sacro-iliac joint ( pelvis) LEARN Learn how to help identify the source of your pain • Learn about the sacro-iliac joint and how it affects your back problem • Learn how to improve your back problems and pain MYTH FACT All low back pain is the same Tuesday, Sept. 23, 5: 30 to 8: 30 p. m., Point Loma Association and the Peninsula Commun...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

Friday, Sept. 19, 7: 30 p. m., Connie Sheu performs classical guitar as part of a cultural events series at the Crill Performance Center of Point Loma Nazarene University, 3900 Lomaland Drive. Tickets are $ 15 for adults, $ 12 for students, seniors and military. For more information, call ( 619) 849-2325, or visit www. conniesheu. com. Mondays, 3 to 3: 45 p. m., babysigning story time for infants and caregivers, Ocean Beach Library, 4801 Santa Monica Ave. For more information, call ( 619) 531-1532. Sunday by Appointment 8252 Clairemont Mesa Blvd ( Between the 163 & 805) Store Hours MON– SAT 10-5 www. electropedic. com ( 858) 560-6446 Serving San Diego since 1964 Electropedic Sleep Systems Friday, Sept. 12, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., Liberty Station Marketplace hosts the San Diego Blood Bank’s bloodmobile, 2401 Truxtun Road. For more information, call ( 800) 4MY-SDBB, or visit www. sandiegobloodbank. org. HEALTH Friday, Sept. 26, 7: 30 p. m., pianist Paul Kenyon performs as par...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 4 September 2008

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