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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

Being a weekly queen is a commitment that typically begins a year before the crowning. For Marlaena Camacho’s crowning, it meant her grandmother, Stella Miller, started last year sewing the elaborate jeweled cape Marlaena wore for her crowing. It also comes with the honor of hosting the queen’s crown in your home for a week. Patty is married to Victor Camacho, who came to San Diego from Portugal at the age of 12 with his parents Ernie and Bina Camacho. Bina is the choir director at St. Agnes and sponsored Marlaena’s crowing. Victor and Patty’s four daughters are all involved in the The Camacho family is representative of hundreds of Portuguese families interconnected in Point Loma — some full Portuguese, some not. Patty Camacho, 43, is the daughter of Herbert and Stella Miller. Stella ( nee Correia) came to San Diego with her family in the early 1950s from Pico, Azores. In 1971 Patty’s sister, Michelle, was Festa queen when their aunt and uncle, Tony and Mary Alice Oliveira, sponsor...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

"You have been my friend," replied Charlotte. "That in — Conversation between Wilbur and Charlotte in E. B. White’s award-winning children’s novel,“ Charlotte’s Web.” When Alcantara, 15, was diag- Point Loma residents Matt Alcantara, Wendy Eifert and Will Herrin know the power of friendship. They began elementary school together and are now freshmen at Point Loma High School ( PLHS). They’ve known each other for more than a decade now. Life is made special by friendship — those in-depth relationships that offer unique opportunities to know love in a prickly world. Friendships fill hearts with joys of endless childhood memories, sun-kissed summer days and cozy holiday fun. Friendship lifts people up when life gets them down. Seated, from left, Natalie Covill, Will Herrin and Wendy Eifert sell“ Matt” wristbands and bumper stickers at Point Loma High School to raise money to offset the medical costs of their friend, Matt Alcantara, fellow Point Loma High student who has been diagnosed ...

Publication Title: Peninsula Beacon
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

vJUSTlFV... OPINION INTERCUT WTTEP ACTUALLY To OiJTflPV IT- ANt? ' m WF NOW RAlS1r*5- and elbow pads cause injuries because they are cumbersome for street-style skate parks. To be objective, there is still an ongoing problem with graffiti at the park, but just like we do with graffiti everywhere in the city, we just paint over it. Personally, I have more issues with the dirt-covered sections and plant life inside of the skate park. The landscaping was an original compromise I was never in favor of. Despite these few shortcomings, I’m most happy to report that according to David Surwilo, San Diego Police Department community relations officer for Western Division, the initial problems of what he calls“ growing pains” when the park first opened have“ settled down.” And despite what local media initially reported as“ turf wars,“ Surwilo says“ there has never been a serious enough altercation at the park that police have had to respond to.” Surwilo thinks“ it’s a positive place.” If you...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

ning’s walk, http:// walkforpat. org/. For more information on the Pat Tillman Foundation, visit http:// www. pattillmanfoundation. or g/. BENCHES As Fanning reached the end of his cross-country route, board members from the Ocean Beach MainStreet Association, community members and local business owners greeted him with a compli- “I heard better things about OB,” said Fanning in between bites of his cheeseburger at the landmark Hodad’s restaurant in Ocean Beach on Friday. Fanning and Tillman served together in 2003 and 2004 in Afghanistan, where Tillman was killed in a friendly-fire incident. Fanning said he chose the fundraising goal of $ 3.6 million for the foundation because that is the amount Tillman gave up with his NFL contract to leave the Cardinals and to join the fight in Afghanistan. Fanning said he will continue to speak to diverse groups across the mentary Hodad’s burger and Tshirt along with local gift certificates. — Compiled by Kevin McKay, Rebecca Lyn and Jim Grant. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

Council Ocean You Ocean | THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2009 | Apple Tree Market Stump’s Marketplace Beacon PLOBRA OBMA – ER. Committee Greg Cox – Supervisor Cart-Mart Union Bank – OB US Bank – OB OB Elementary OB Peoples Market Washington Mutual – OB OB Farmers Market OB Surf & Skate Sunset Cliffs Bobcat SAW Wrestling Michael Breise Becca Lyn – Photographer Joe Ewing – Photographer Surf n’ Sea Fun Zone B & B Popcorn OB Peoples Surfride Blonde Brothers Band San Diego Food Bank Frank Rosso Craig Kline Fran and Richard Smith Carol and Ernest Brean M & J Denny Robert Radovich Beach Area Tax Services Steve Lombardi Donald Hawthorne OB Community Foundation Newport Farms Market & Liquor A Shot From the Hart SD Rescue Mission Lucy’s SD Nat Bank – Point Loma Ray Simas City Beat OB Geriatrics & Gidget Patrol Pete Ehmcke Pam Marshall Classic Party Rentals MSI Audio OBTC Floral Fantasia Mouse Robb Hodads Mary Richardson Kelly Touhill Jodie Conway...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

PLHS finished the season with an overall record of 15-1, high- The winning varsity squad, under coach Chris Magers, includes: Zach Leslie, Corey Smith and Ryan Harris in singles and Axel Cramer, Trevor Donovan, Marlon Thompkins, Kishan Patel, Nathaniel Johnson and Jack Newman in doubles. Also joining the team during the year were John Davies, Kevin Davies, Alec Deryckere and Stephen Devito. Harris was the recipient of the PLHS Sportsmanship Award for the event. In the May 15 match, the PLHS team defeated Steele Canyon 17-1. Leslie, Smith and Harris swept the singles. The pairings of Cramer/ Donovan and Thompkins/ Patel swept in doubles and the Johnson/ Newman tandem won 2 of 3 sets. Last season, the team won the CIF divisional men’s tennis championship for Point Loma High — its first win since 1966. Nine of the 2008 title team members returned for the 2009 victory season. New to the team this year were Corey Smith and Marlon Thompkins. The Point Loma High School ( PLHS) boys varsity...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

Harris has toured the world Beat Farmers, Country Dick & The Snuggle Bunnies and Powerthud. most popular acts of the past few decades, including Fingers, Joey Harris & The Speedsters, The The list of bands that followed includes some of San Diego’s influenced every professional and artistic choice I’ve made since.” rocker,” Harris said.“ It was time for me to leave the nest, but the lessons John taught me have “It was the late ’ 70s and Stewart looked on warily as his cute and cuddly, bell-bottomed gold-en-boy guitarist morphed into a purple-headed, peg-leg, punk scene. “I’ve always loved getting up on a stage and getting the songs across to an audience, but all these years of doing it have only After more than three decades at it, Harris said he is still thrilled to be making music. man.” several times and appeared on network television shows such as “Late Night with David Letter- That was pretty dang cool,” Harris said. onstage at the 1990 Street Scene befo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

• Monday, May 25, Memorial Day — no classes. information, call ( 858) 939-4790. Tuesday, June 2, 9: 30 to 11 a. m., Sharp Healthcare’s Senior Resource Center hosts free bloodpressure checks at the Pensula Family YMCA, 4390 Valeta St. No appointment is necessary and the public is welcome. For more SENIORS Today, May 21, 6: 30 p. m., the Peninsula Community Planning Board holds its regular meeting at the Hervey/ Point Loma Branch Library, 3701 Voltaire St. Agendas are posted at the library or online at www. pcpb. net. For more information, call ( 619) 222-2240. • Friday, May 29, 11 a. m., May crowning at Sacred Heart Church; noon dismissal. • Wednesday, May 27, StandUp for Kids collection day. • Friday, May 22, 11 a. m., 8th grade versus staff volleyball game; noon dismissal. • Monday, May 25, Memorial Day, no classes. • Today, May 21, 8 a. m., allschool Mass at Sacred Heart Church; 7 p. m., SHA band concert at Parish Hall. Wednesday, May 27, 7 p. m., the Ocean Beach Town Council host...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

• Friday, May 22, no school. • Monday, May 25, Memorial Day – no classes. Prayer. • Tuesday, May 26, 8th-grade Day of Chili connoisseurs unite The Ocean Beach MainStreet Association is sounding the alarm for chili makers as the 30th annual OB Street Fair and Chili Cook-off gets ready to simmer on Saturday, June 27. If you think you have what it takes to beat the best chili in San Diego and think you have a better recipe, enter the chili cook-off. Call ( 619) 224-4906, or visit obstreetfair. com for an application. PHOTO COURTESY BECCA LYN • Saturday, May 30, 7 p. m., Autism Benefit Beach Bash featuring Major Healy, Sally Rally and Bombay Status. Tickets are $ 15. • Friday, May 29, 9 p. m., Hot August Night ( Neil Diamond tribute band) performs with Jumping Jack Flash ( Rolling Stones tribute band). Tickets are $ 12. • Thursday, May 28, 8 p. m., Parker & Numberman perform with Makeshift, Pac 10 and Santos. Tickets are $ 6. • Wednesday, May 27, 7 p. m., Strike the Design p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 21 May 2009

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON Audience members will be asked to submit questions on cards to forum moderator Suhail Khalil, A panel will be made up of representatives from the SDCRAA, San Diego Association of Governments, the California Department of Transportation ( Caltrans), Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 ( C3), the San Diego Union Tribune, the San Diego Business Journal and the city of San Diego. “We speak with community groups all over the region and the Peninsula [ community] groups have very specific issues and concerns … but we would like to hear what they have to say and we don’t expect any [ problems] at all,” Wilschietz said. resentatives of multiple planning agencies involved in the airport’s future. The meeting will be an opportunity for community leaders and residents to direct questions at rep- The forum begins at 6 p. m. Keith Wilscheitz, director of airport planning for the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority ( SDCRAA) board and retired Rear Adm. Bruce B...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

3BR/ 3.5BA Spectacular Townhome There are some tremendous values available to all of us today. In future years you will thank yourself for making a sound economic decision by investigating the real estate market and purchasing one of today’s great opportunities. .j SUNSET CLIFFS $ 1,850,000 4BR/ 3.5BA Open Sun. 1– 4, 1045 Moana Andrew E, Nelson President/CEO PT. LOMA $ 619,000 3BR/ 1BA Enchanting English Tudor PT. LOMA $ 899,000 4BR/ 2BA Open Sun. 1– 4, 4643 Narragansett NORTH PARK $ 1,595,000 4BR/ 4BA Historical Burlingame Craftsman | THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2009 | z Willis Allen Real Estate has been part of the ever-changing San Diego community since 1914. We have seen our clients through good economic climates and severe down turns. Today, we not only share your concerns about the real estate market, but also are living through it with you. Our 200-plus agents and employees are as deeply worried about their investments and their home values as you are about yours. We are collectively c...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

the event. It's a good opportunity to give the non-marathon runner a chance to participate in the event," Logan said. "It will hopefully open the door to making them want to run a marathon one day." Shooting, rescues taint otherwise quiet holiday Floral Association U Historic Garden Tour ft - BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON Officer Mark McCullough said ... Yes, without question that the atmosphere is very relaxing, very welcoming, even though we had 500,000 more people compared to last year,” Zimmerman said. “Did the alcohol ban play a role? hol ban — a temporary ban last summer and now a permanent ban approved by voters late last year — lured about 750,000 sandal-clad tourists and families over the threeday weekend. “We are hoping somebody in the Police are searching for witnesses, Duran said. No one was injured in the May 24 shooting and police are continuing to investigate, said Lt. Jorge Duran, a San Diego Police Department gang unit investigator. Aside from a possible gang-relat...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

• Art, Science, and Game Camps • Drama Camp • Animal Adventure Camp • Marine & Freshwater Biology Camp TAT AT Summer School English Math Industrial Arts Band mm Camp Dates: June 15th - August 21st 4:00DM Those interested in being part of the race without having to break out from 11 a. m. to 7 p. m. and Saturday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. at the San approximately $ 142.8 million for cancer research. The weekend's festivities start with the health and fitness expo on Friday Diego Convention Center. The expo features more than 100 exhibits, discounts on fitness apparel and acces- sories. lowed by ' 80s fusion band English Beat. The show is free and open to the public. Runners have also raised approximately $ 8.2 million this year for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team In Training program. In the past 12 years, the race has garnered MARATHON The marathon route will close multiple roads throughout the area. Highway 163 is the only major highway that will be close...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

In 2000, he relocated to San Diego, where he taught and worked as a t h l e t i c director at Wa r r e n - W a l k e r School until his passing. He also served on the board of directors for the Robb Field Recreation Council. resident, coach, Robb Field advocate Diego Foundation Coach Jim Napolitan Scholarship Fund, c/ o Warren-Walker School, 4605 Pt. Loma Ave., San Diego, 92107. Murkus I > liIni.iiiii Mtrk W irkk-i SUNBRELLA MARIJUANA INDOOR/ OUTDOOR/ MARINE FABRICS NEW SHIPMENT WEEKLY Robert, a mixed martial arts instructor, said a series of knee operations and shoulder and other training injuries had left him in a lot of pain. Robert, 36, showed up at Pacific Beach Collective for different reasons on the store’s opening day. A Pacific Beach resident, Robert asked that his last name not be published. “Most people that voted for [ Prop 215] were thinking of people who were gravely ill and marijuana was something to ease their pain … it’s unfortunate that there’s people th...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Peninsula Beacon — 28 May 2009

Wrong. After several months for renovation, I discovered that the newly installed toilets flushed even more water. So I ask, Mayor Jerry Sanders, what is the city doing to save I have been taking the water crisis seriously. My husband and I have installed low-flush toilets, shower every three days and do the laundry and dishwasher only when full. We’ve taken out our lawn, put in imitation grass, relandscaped with rocks, boulders and drought-tolerant plants. water? Why did the city install these high-volume flush toilets? I would hope the city would lead by example. • construction and installation; and • ribbon-cutting? How long will it take for benches to be approved after the following: • planning and debate; • design; • bids; • funding; Reinstall those benches, which were in safe locations, immediately! Then let the planning and debate begin on how the benches will be removed and replaced! Its time for the city employees to correct the damage they have caused to our park! Removed ...

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