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From Left: Uncle Sam fiddles down Sierra Madre Blvd July 5-Photo by Terry Miller; Fireworks at Monrovia courtesy Rick Keshishi from and children enjoying the water spray from SMFD during the July 5th parade. - Photo by Terry Miller.

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AHS Graduate Leads Team to World Series By Kristie Tom Sixteen seems to be the magic number for softball player Jenna Rodriguez of the University of Hawaii. W hen she wa s just 16 -years-old, Rodriguez was named Most Valuable Player for the Pacific League for the first time, and helped lead her team to a conference championship. As the lowest seed in the tournament, No. 16, UH had a slim chance of making it far in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Super Regionals, let alone making it to the NCAA Women’s College World Series. A nd it wa s Rod r i -

Jenna Rodriguez, 2007 AHS grad guez’s 16th homer of the season in the game against No. 1 Alabama that helped lead her team to the NCAA Women’s College World

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By Amy Leong Adding to the one of many new developments and dramatic changes in Arcadia, the Gold Line’s Relocation breakthrough was decided at the end of June to create easier transportation for nearly ever yone involved. A fter months of planning, the City of Arcadia was

informed that the Gold Line station is relocating from the eastside of First Avenue to the westside of First Avenue. However, t he extension not only affects the Gold Line, but the parking lot located on the Westside will also be extended to four levels instead of t he orig inal

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Summer of Musical Tribute Starts Friday Concert producer Pasadena Entertainment and the Pasadena Convention Center have teamed to present the first in their “Summer Soundzz” concert series this Friday, July 9 which will feature a blast from the musical past.. Producer and local restaurateur André Vener will

be presenting Beatles “tribute band” The Fab Four at 7:30 p.m. at the newly renovated sprawling outdoor plaza in front of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium located at 300 E. Green Street in Pasadena. Most notable of all the bands the participating

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Edward Wong Installed as President of Arcadia Chinese Association By floretta Lauber The Arcadia Chinese Association hosted its installation and a delicious summer buffet in the Sunset Room at Santa Anita Golf Course on June 29th. Officers all wore orchids, and the theme for the eveing was “Get to Know You.” The event was attended by all five Council Members and some spouses, the city manager and many department heads. The large turn-out from City Hall was in honor of the Chinese Association for their efforts to bring together the Chinese community into the mainstream of Arcadia, and for their volunteer efforts for over 20 years. Mistress of Ceremonies, Angeline Chen, was assisted

Arcadia mayor, Peter Amundson (right), installed on June 29th Edward Wong (center) as new president of Arcadia Chinese Association, shown here with Pearl Chen, immediate past president. by Polly Ho and outgoing and served as installing of- to bring the community president, Pearl Chen. ficer for the entire board of together and continue their Sherry Tay did a beauti- directors. efforts of volunteering and ful rendition of “God Bless The new president, Ed- assisting new residents. America.” Mayor Peter ward Wong, gave a meanThe Social Whirl Amundson presented a ingful acceptance speech Continued on Page 10 congratulatory certificate in his direction to continue

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Sierra Madre Volunteer Firefighters: Heroes of the Parade Inconsequential, Opinionated Meanderings By Terry Miller There were several things different about this year’s Fourth of July parade. First, and perhaps foremost, it was not held on the fourth, presumably as to not to offend those attending church. Indeed, the crowd was also considerably lighter this year and a little of the June gloom seemed to have crept all the way into early July. The beer garden was considerably less well-attended and beer sales were down enormously. Perhaps this was due to the choices available: Bud Heavy and Bud light. Most beer aficionados will not drink that stuff! I also think the beer garden may have been boycotted by those in support of the FD as they traditionally sponsor and man the beer garden as a fundraiser. This year it was for the Sierra Madre Little league. Not really sure how beer and little league seems more politically appropriate than Firefighting and hops, but I digress. These are decisions for those much wiser than I may ever be. Despite official calls for a “No water Zone” along the parade route Monday – a rather tremendous almost magical thing happened at the July 5th parade. The volunteer firefighters apparently overlooked the newly imposed limitations, as if to say, “Hey, the kids just want to have fun. This is a day for freedom from the tyranny of those Red Coats in city hall! I did hear one city official, who shall remain nameless for the time being, say that he took pictures of the offending firefighters and will be addressing the issue with the Fire Chief! I for one sure hope that was tongue in cheek and not simply a towing of the party line, as so many in local governments do to protect their precious derrieres. With Sierra Madre water rates possibly going up, residents’ temperatures too are rising exponentially. It therefore seemed only natural that something had to be done. And that something was a clear message to the city: at least

a 40% increase in water being enjoyed by hundreds of kids along the parade route over last year. Indeed, it might be said that Sierra Madre’s firefighters have had a love/hate relationship with certain city officials for some time now. Even the choice of Lew Watanabe as this year’s Grand Marshal was ironic, methinks, as one of Lew’s specialties is water sculptures! And the Sierra Madre City College float was a send-up of the city’s plan to raise the water rates and offered a rather clever solution “Sinko De July”…drink Cerveza! Traditionally, the parade has been a wonderful eclectic parade of water fest where kids vs. firefighters enjoyed friendly (and safe) water play to cool off in the summer heat. No one ever got hurt, but someone did complain a few years ago and the city set some rather unpopular and seemingly unnecessary rules and regulations as a result of potentially litigious grumpy parade goers. Note to City officials: Ban the water ban; in fact, ban all the restrictions entirely. Do what one of the most successful and popular parades - the Doo Dah – does and restrict nothing. When virtually anything goes, nearly everyone has fun. And we were somewhat confused as to why the Sierra Madre Police Dept. wasn’t in this year’s parade. Or if they were, we missed them. This is what the City’s website had to tell resident prior to the parade: “Traditionally, water has been squirted back and forth amongst viewers and participants during the parade. However, this year the City has established a new set of Water Play Zone Guidelines. Sierra Vista Park is now the only designated water play zone (west side of the park on the grass lawn). The Sierra Madre Fire Department will be spraying water into Sierra Vista Park for children and families to play in. Only water/ squirt guns will be permitted at the water play zone. Absolutely no water balloons or use of water hoses will be tolerated at the water play zone or anywhere along the parade route. Absolutely NO water will be allowed along the parade route. Parking signage will exhibit a “No Water Zone” notice along Sierra Madre Blvd.”

As I recall, a father was arrested a few years ago for shooting water at a police officer during the parade. Now if that wasn’t bad enough, a couple of years later, a business owner was arrested for spraying his sidewalk clean of dog poop in preparation for customers coming in for a spot of tea. Now, admittedly, he was arrested for allegedly “threatening a code enforcement officer” but it nevertheless came about, you guessed it, because of water. I have covered more parades in Sierra Madre than I can remember and this is the first time I’ve ever heard so much negativity towards city officials for such harebrained ordinances. If it’s not the inane parking regulations, it’s the hosing off of sidewalks. If the fourth is on a Sunday, we’ll parade around on the Fifth and restrict about every enjoyable thing the kids have come to expect about a parade. Candy, balloons, and yes WATER! For once, I agree (dare I say it) with “The Tattler” blog’s wordsmith, John Crawford who recently posted this comment on the aforementioned water restriction: “… the last thing any parent enjoys seeing is their kids subjected to the same tedious and politically correct over regulation of everything fun that we as adults face. Childhood, and certainly during as festive an occasion as a parade celebrating the birth of our American freedoms, should be a refuge from such petty tyranny. But alas, that no longer seems to be the case with our 4th (or 5th) of July Parade. It is quite an unfortunate lesson for children, if you think about it.” Well said, sir! Did I just agree with Mr. Crawford? Yes, I bloody well did, because he’s bloody well right! How quickly the city forgets how the firefighters helped during the Station Fire, or any fire in recent history. How they (the firefighters, who are mostly volunteers) put on the annual egg hunt for the kids and are always are there when you need them in a million different capacities. These are talented, extremely well-trained and dedicated caring men and women who choose to serve. For this, can we not please let our firefighters pull out their hoses on

the Fourth of July and help them help the kids enjoy one of the few freedoms left in this country? One Sierra Madre resident, Mr. Bob Matheson, wrote this to our newspaper this week: “Sierra Madre put its best foot and fire hose forward again this year as our townsfolk celebrated the birth of our country in grand, Sierra Madre AllAmerican fashion. The parade, the jazz band and activities for the kids in the park, and of course the Beer Garden, are the traditional 4th of July treasures of Sierra Madre. Kudos to the always fabulous Fourth of July Committee, headed now by Matt Bosse, for pulling everything together. It’s a time and place that we all keep coming back to, year after year...a celebration that singularly embodies the “Spirit of Sierra Madre.” It’s why we enjoy living here! Amidst all this great fun and success is there the risk of criticism? I saw a Fire Department engine occasionally stop and, very judiciously, spray a narrow pattern of water directly ahead. Common sense called for the water spray!

The kids had a thrill they’ll cherish for their lifetime. I can’t imagine anyone being critical of doing the right thing! So while our Fire Department was in the parade, our terrific Police, Water and Public Works Department employees should have been, too! They help keep things running 24/7, and deserve the same applause of an appreciative crowd. And talking about great people helping others, how lucky we are to have the fabulous Search & Rescue Team in our town, and in the parade, too!” Our phone calls to city officials for a statement on the water matter were not immediately returned. But one official comment did come from my good friend, Sierra Madre Fire Chief Steve Heydorff. Heydorff enlightened me saying that actually the ban on water was at his insistence due to a safety concern he had at last year’s parade. “I saw a bunch of kids running up to and in front of a rolling

fire engine and got very concerned for their safety. If water was sprayed on the engine’s windshield the operator might not have been able to stop in time.” Heydorff went on to say that he loves water and that since he’s an Aquarius, it is literally in his blood to be one with water (perhaps this is why he turned to firefighting). The ban on water could be resolved if there are safe solutions next year, and the Chief said he’d welcome any ideas the community might have to continue a tradition that many in town love. He wants the kids to enjoy the fun of water while at the same time ensuring their safety. Seems logical to me, but there’s got to be a way to make this work. Let us know what your thoughts are on how to keep the water flowing while keeping our kids safe. As always, we welcome your comments on this matter. Please e you’re your thoughts to editor@

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By Wally Hage International Happiness Day is July 10, 2010. The good things we do today for someone can become your happiness for tomorrow. It is said that if you make at least one person happy every day the reward is that you will experience an even greater happiness within yourself. It is just a simple formula. Psychologists tell us that your thoughts and actions can have a significant effect on your happiness. Happy people have good friends, and supportive relationships. They are optimistic, keep a positive outlook toward their daily

Happiness Is a Choice problems and are happy and thankful with what they have and do not ponder thoughts about what they don’t have! Research states that happiness is a state of mind or a feeling characterized by contentment, love, satisfaction, and pleasure. Religious thinkers often define happiness in terms of living a good life in a close relationship with God. That to experience happiness in your life you must think on good things and practice having good thoughts throughout the day. Don’t replay your problems and mistakes over and over or make them your topic of unhappy conversations with others. I remember, as a fourteen year old boy growing up alone with only a mother, that I was sad, lonely and unhappy as my father had died when I was eight and World War II conscripted my two older brothers. The sadness of these two life changing events began to shape my personality as my outlook

toward daily life was unhappy. One day while working around the neighborhood doing odd jobs and mowing lawns to help my mom meet the expenses of school clothes and school activities I met a neighbor who was a store window decorator for a large shoe store chain. He recognized my unhappiness and invited me to accompany him while he was decorating a store window. I was thrilled that he offered me a job to vacuum and to help tidy up the retail store for several hours each Sunday afternoon. The money was exciting and the work was fun. After several weeks helping my neighbor, the shoe store owner liked my enthusiastic work progress that he offered me a job on Saturdays to work in his shoe store as a stock boy. The store owner, who I referred to as Uncle Ben Goldman, became fully aware of my home life and realized that I had very minimal parenting. As an act of kindness, he took a personal interest in my


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By matthew burch Fo l l o w i n g M e g a n Fox’s messy exit from the Transformers franchise last month, rumors swirled regarding who action maestro Michael Bay would select as his next leading lady. Well, after a week long casting-couch search (no doubt f ueled by a highly-lethal combination of Levitra and Red Bull), Bay announced today that he had selected Betty the Mannequin, best known for her role in the 80s hit “Mannequin,” as his replacement for Miss Fox. Fa n b o y s i m m e d i ately hit the chat rooms to debate Bay’s choice. Ba sement - dwel ler a nd all-around creep Hermit T haddeu x ca l led it “a breakthrough for inanimate objects everywhere. Dr. King’s dream is finally coming to fruition.”


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says Ricardo Svornsen of the Shoulderlength Institute in Birmingham, Alabama. “My fear is that we’ve become so reliant on mullets that our economy may not be prepared to handle a softening in the mullet markets.” But not everyone has been so quick to jump off the mullet wagon. Walrus, former Beatle and all around bon vivant Paul McCartney issued a statement early Saturday morning urging caution on what he termed “betting against this hair.” Florence Henderson,

David Bowie and Jerry Springer were listed as signatories to the strongly worded statement. Despite the rally of support, early morning trading saw The Mullet plunge across multiple exchanges, with median lengths rising 2.3 inches, or 5.76%.

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POPS Open Season with Something for Everybody By Bill Peters The new band shell erected by the Pasadena Sy mphony and and POPS for its new location for 2010 POPS Summer S er ies c rea t es a g rea t backstop to an otherwise dreary location, Lot H, outside Pasadena’s Rose Bowl. T he t ables w it h white linens turned the grass area into a festive party-like atmosphere for the estimated 2000+ that showed up for the opening concert of the Pasadena POPS Orchestra summer series to watch the twohour event that included a sharp sounding orchestra, a vaudeville juggling and acrobatic dance group, video close-ups of stage action on large screens at both sides of the band shell, and a wonderful fireworks display at the end. There was something for everybody. Conductor Rachael Worby selected a program of music of familiar classical favorites that could have come right out of a 1950’s Time-Life or Reader’s Digest compilation recording. T here were pieces of Bizet’s Carmen Suite No. 1 and 2; Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” ballet and the Scherzo from his Symphony No. 4 and “Swan Lake”; Borodin’s “Polovtsian Dances” from his “Prince Igor”; two Khachaturian numbers including, of course, “Sabre Dance” from the “Gayuneh” ballet suite; Respighi; De falla; and finally Stravinksy’s finale to the “Firebird” suite.

The music was colorfully punctuated with members of the Cirque de la Symphonie, a group of acrobats, jugglers and st rong men—a ci rcus/ vaudeville act of six that presented adroit feats and body-bend ing rout ines that left most of the audience in giggles. Their work was seen up-close by the audience on two large video screens bookending the band shell. T he v ideo sc reen s also provided a nice looks at orchestra members performing and the sound system was absolutely ter-

rific and well-balanced— that is, the best balanced sound was hea rd from the rear of the fenced off event area, the area designated for sand-chair and blankets. Worby extolled the virtues of attendance at live musica l per for mances to the audience. But, the truth is that all the audience heard was the amplified sound of the on-stage performers. The mic-ing was so close to prevailing studio recording techniques that members of t he percussion section of the orchestra could be seen wearing

hea dphone s when t he large videos screens focused on them. T he orchest ra per formed under Worby’s athletic conducting style with eagerness and exactness. There appeared to be significant changes in orchestra personnel, including the assignment of Assistant Concertmaster Amy Hershberger as concertmaster of the evening rather than the Symphony’s A my K reston. No exact list of personnel was provided but many t h roughout t he st a nds seemed younger. A pretty spectacular round of fireworks display was set off to an almost out-ofcontrol speed-y version of S ou sa’s “ S t a r s a nd Stripes Forever” to end the evening. T he even i ng wa s pleasant and entertaining. But a warning: the bot t om of t he A r royo Seco gets chilly even before the sun goes down. We think even the next concert, Saturday, July 17, could require an extra sweater even though the music will be hot. Rachael Worby brings the orchestra, singers Doug La Brecque, Lisa Vroman and The Donald Brinegar Singers, to the Lawn Adjacent to the Rose Bowl with “I ♥ New York”. Tunes by Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Frederick Loewe, Mancini and Gershwin on the Pops side and a small taste of Aaron Copland and Antonin Dvorak on the classic side, and more. Gates open for picnicking at 5:30 p.m., concert is at 7:30 p.m.

Ford Amphitheatre Plans Full Summer Season of Family Events By Bill Peters The Ford Amphitheatre 2010 summer season is already underway. In fact, the more than 50 performances planned at the Los Angeles County facility across the street f rom t he Hol ly wood Bowl, w ill cont inue to Oct. 14. A mong t he loca l g r oup s per for m i n g a t t he Ford a re t he Ku l tura Philippine Folk Arts da nce compa ny ba sed in A ltadena, Monterey Park’s Taikoproject and DreamDance Contemporary Arts from Arcadia.

The Taikoproject will perform at the Ford Amphitheatre at 8:00 p.m. Sa t u rday, Ju ly 10 a nd Sunday, July 11 with Artistic Directors Bryan Yamami and Masato Baba in new works with marimba, koto ( Japanese harp) a nd yokobue ( ba mboo f lute). Tickets for this event are $35 and $40; st udent s a nd ch i ld ren $12; discounts for early ticket purchases. I n for m a t ion: (32 3) 461-3673. Drea m Da nce C on temporary Arts will appear at the Ford at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 3 w it h Ch i nese - f lavored

contemporary dance in a program entitled “Falling Petals”. Choreographer Ting-Ting Chang combines balance and harmony with inspirations f r om Eu ropea n pa i nt ings, Chinese poetry, and Asian disciplines. Tickets are $25, general admission; students and children, $12; discounts for early ticket purchases. Information: (323) 461-3673. The full list of programs can be found at w w w.FordTheat The Ford Amphitheatre is located at 2580 Cahuenga Blvd., East, Hollywood, On-site stacked parking is $1 per vehicle.

Arcadia’s DreamDance presents “Falling Petals” at Ford Amphitheatre in September.

July 8 - July 14, 2010

Kirkwall: A Scottish Hideaway Lost in Time


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Someday when I want to get away from the city and forget about life for a while, I will return to Kirkwall, Scotland. I’ll rent a small room near t he shore and spend a few days watching sheep graze, boats come in and out of the small harbor and admiring ancient architecture. I did this last summer and left with a memorable getaway. Located off t he off t he nor t her n coa s t of ma i n la nd Scot t la nd, K irkwall is t he capital and largest town of the O rk ney I s l a nd s. Wit h about 8,000 inhabitants, the island may be large by O rk ney st a nda rd s , but to me it is a Scottish h ideaway lost in t ime. The town began around 1046 as the settlement of Rögnvald II, Earl of Orkney. The name comes f r o m t he No r s e wo r d Kirkjuvagr (Church Bay). My la st jou r ney to the island began with a visit to the 11th century St. Mag nus Cat hedral, which was named after

Saint Mag nus Erlendsson, Earl of Orkney from 1108 – 1117. The church was built to honor Magnus a f ter he wa s mu r dered by a t r a it orou s cousin. The huge cathedral is highlighted by Romanesque and Gothic architecture melded together in beautiful arches, pillars and rocket-shaped peaks made of red and yel low sa ndst one, a nd m i xed w it h color f u l stained glass windows. The building is f lanked by a n eer ie g raveya rd with tombstones dating back to the 17th century. Nex t t o t he cat he dral are t he stor ybook rema ins of T he Ea rl’s Pa la ce, bu i lt i n 16 0 6 ,

and Bishop’s Palace, constructed in the 12th century. Besides historic cat hed r a l s a nd pa l a ce s , Kirkwall is full of 17th and18th century Norwegian styled houses and ot her st r uct u res , w it h tiny windows and gables. Many of the buildings are now home to great shops and restaurants. The main drags for shopping are Bridge and Albert Streets. Both narrow and beautifully med ieva l, t he st reet s a re perfect for walking, but unfortunately also have cars on them, so visitors have to be extra careful. While strolling through the shops, I discovered an old Woolworths store

and a great place for fish and chips. For an incredible excu rsion of f t he isla nd, I t o ok a b oa t r ide t o nea rby S k a r a B r a e , a prehistoric village dating from the Stone Age. Still in remarkable condition, the neolithic settlement of Skara Brae lies near the white beach of t he Bay of Ska ill. The archeological site is the best preser ved g roups of prehistoric houses in Western Europe. Uncovered by a storm in 1850, the village is a vivid picture of life around 5,000 years ago. Visitors can experience a prehistoric village and see ancient homes fitted with stone beds, dressers and seats. But my favorite thing to do while in Kirkland wa s to wa lk a long t he coast and enjoy the enchanting Scottish scenery. I could spend hours strolling past rolling hills l i ne d w it h s he ep a nd cat t le, wat ch i ng sma l l f ish i ng boat s br i ng i n their catch, or the ferries leave for another island in the Orkneys. For more info on Kirkwall, see: www., or visit Holland America for cr uising info at: www.hollandamer

Lynda Linforth, owner of Train Inc in Arcadia, saw a need for special training for her clients who had in excess of 50 lbs to lose when three of her clients came to her prior to them receiving Bariatric surgery, or Lap Band as it is more commonly known. Her clients were embarrassed to go main stream gyms and enjoyed t he f r iend ly a nd more personal atmosphere at Train Inc. Lynda launched Fitness Rx a program specifically for pre and post Bariatric surgery patients and for people who had been advised by their physician to lose weight for health reasons. “Our clients had difficulty with balance and upper body strength and we incorporated exercises to help these issues” said Lynda. She also noticed that because of their lack of cardio stamina, some clients would attend her Br ide a nd Bik ini Boot Ca mp cla ss on ly once and then not come back. “They didn’t want to get left behind or to hold up the class, so they would just quit instead which was upsetting for us and for them”. Fitness Rx is a 30 minute, sma l l g roup cla ss that addresses weight loss, mobility, balance, muscle strength and cardio stamina. The class is for men and woman of all ages and fitness levels and is low in cost. “I don’t feel like a Plus size spectacle and appreciate the private atmosphere” said Susan D. who


has trained at Train Inc to lose the pre surgery weight requirement for Bariatric surgery. Susan, who had a spinal condition that had been affecting her mobility, is now pain free and able to get up and down off the floor more easily. Cori, who has struggled with her weight all of her life said “I have never felt so comfortable working out before and there are no gym bunnies running around!”. Train Inc also offers nutritional programs and more information on Fitness Rx and their private studio can be found at or by calling Lynda on 626 447 1049. Lynda Linforth and Train Inc were recently featured on the cable T V show “Dining with Dills”, as host Peter Dills, was training to improve a shoulder injury. Lynda Linforth is a certified personal trainer, licensed nutritionist and owner of Train Inc., a private personal training studio in Arcadia specializing in weight loss, post-rehab exercise, post-cancer exercise and nutrition. She can be reached at lyndalinforth@gmail. com. Lynda has been a nationally certified trainer since 1998.

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The Bridge Party returns to West Pasadena on the following night that is July 10th, proceeds benefit the Pasadena Historical Society, many local restaurants will participate, plus a great car show and two different live music stages. Call (626) 4416333. Event starts at 6 p.m. and goes till 10 p.m.

East L.A. Meets Napa

AltaMed’s Fifth Annual celebration returns better than ever with an expanded courtyard in one of Los Angeles most historic settings – Union Station. This year, the event also presents some of Baja California’s best wineries to showcase wines from the Valle de Guadalupe region in commemoration of Mexico’s Bicentennial celebration. The event will feature the diversity of Los Angeles’ Latin cuisine and fine wine from Latino-owned or –operated Napa Wineries through 60 wine and food pairing stations. East LA Meets Napa speaks to the ongoing preference among aficionados to pair wine with Latin food instead of beer or margaritas.

Confirmed Participating Restaurants (Partial list):

Birrieria Chalio ,Casa de Moles “LaTia” , Cook’s Tortas , Dorados, El Portal, El Tepeyac Café, Guelaguetza, Homegirl Café, La Casita Mexicana , La Parrilla Restaurant Mama’s International Tamales,Palate Food + Wine , Phlight Restaurant, Porto’s Bakery & Café ,Rivera Restaurant, Setá ,Señor Fish ,Tamayo Restaurant ,Teresitas Tila’s Kitchen.

Confirmed Participating Wineries (Partial list):

Mi Sueño ‘Ceja Vineyards, Madrigal Vineyards, Robledo Family Winery, Maritas Vineyards. Ticket Info: To purchase your tickets today please visit or for questions please call (323) 889-7342. The annual East L.A. Meets Napa celebration will take place Friday night starting at 6 p.m.

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July 8 - July 14, 2010

Ladies and Gentlemen, Last Orders Please

Legendary Brits Pub and Eatery to Pour Final Pint this Sunday after World Cup Match

By Terry Miller Perhaps it’s all part of a plot and some kind of strange providence or irony that a wonderful British Pub is closing in Pasadena around the time America celebrates its independence from the Red Coats. Perhaps the greedy landlords of the world have finally realized that we Brits are slowly taking back the colonies and resent that ever-so-subtle attempt. For those of you who may never have experi-

enced Brits Pub and Eatery: Its success is a combination of ingredients not unlike like a splash of “Rovers Return” ( the central pub in the longest running soap opera in the UK – Coronation Street); a dash of ”Fawlty Towers” with characters from Monty Python flying in periodically for a pint of Holy Ale; add a pinch of Ted Danson in “ Cheers” and a good helping of cheeky British Birds ( women) as well as the ever-present seaside smell of malt vinegar on a

plate of perfectly prepared Fish and Chips. Mix those ingredients with a warm welcome and a funny story and I think you’ll find this is about as close to the UK as you’ll find anywhere in Los Angeles County. Perhaps it has something to do with England’s poor showing against so many great football players from around the globe in South Africa. Brits are understandably disappointed but good losers

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The Social Whirl

San Gabriel Valley Alumnae Panhellenic Installs Officers Beckham Grill was the setting for the installation of officers for San Gabriel Valley Alumnae Panhellenic. Marty Wetzel will serve as president and will be supported by vice presidents Nancy Balance, Linda Goluskin and Rita Lopez. Secretary duties will be shared by Sandy Killian, Kathleen Kerger and Benita Schwartz. Pat Myers will be treasurer. Membership includes residents of communities throughout the San Gabriel Valley and is open to alumnae members of college sororities affiliated with the National Panhellenic Conference. The object of the organization is to promote interfraternity friendship and to provide monetary awards to deserving high school senior women planning to attend a college or university.

Want to Try Something New? The City of Arcadia Recreation & Community Services Department, Senior Services Division, is offering summer classes for adults (50 years of age and older), beginning Monday, July 12th. Course offerings include yoga, strength training, line dancing, oil painting, water color painting, zumba gold, and aerobics. Registration will begin

By Floretta Lauber Tuesday, July 6th, and will be held at Arcadia Community Center, 365 Campus Dr. For more information, call Arcadia Senior Services at (626) 574-5130.

Broadway Under the Stars

San Gabriel Valley Alumnae Panhellenic officers and committee chairmen installed. (Front) Bea Chute, Lauragen Swenson, Marty Wetzel (president); (middle) Benita Schwartz, Kathleen Kerger and Pat Myers; (back) Nancy Balance, Margie Totten, Ritz Lopez.

Altrusa Brunch Goes Poolside

“Broadway Under the Stars” will be held in the San Gabriel Mission Arbor on July 18, at 7 p.m. Enjoy a family fun-filled evening of art, magic and the music of Broadway’s best hits by some of our most talented local Broadway performers in a beautiful concert “under the stars.” General admission is $20 (box lunch an addi-

tional $15), $10 for seniors, students and children’s admission. VIP table seating is $95 and includes a three course elegant dining experience. Limited seating available. The San Gabriel Mission Arbor is located at 320 S. Mission Dr., San Gabriel. For more information regarding reservations and seating options, call (626) 282-1440.

President of the Arboretum Foundation, Burks Hammer, presents Barbara Kaise and Eileen Hubbard with lifetime family membership to the Arboretum and an emerald studded pin for their 25 years of service. Perry Minton and Joyce Travis also earned the distinction but were not in attendance.

Arcadia Altrusa Service Club seats new board. Seated from left are Ruth Gilb, Terri Weeks, Nancy Ely and Mickey Ball. Standing from left are Monty Lindsey, Marianne Cherkas, Beau Stocking and Denice Gilb. The membership is small, but tea cup with tea from Africa, rep- “Reaching Out with Altrusa; Reach Altrusa International, Inc. of Arca- resenting their ongoing work there Out to Each Other, Out to Family dia, is mighty. I am always amazed with a mission. and Friends Who Support, Reach at the accomplishments of this serSecond vice governor, Judy So- Out to Our Community and Other vice club attains. rensen, did the honors as installing Lands.” Installation, poolside, and a officer, using wines in a most unTaking office with Weeks are delicious brunch was held in the usual way in the ceremony. Eleven Nancy Ely, Mickey Ball, Ruth Gilb, cabana area (the hot spot) at the district officers attended. Beau Stocking, Denice Gilb, Monty Doubletree Hotel in Monrovia on Terri Weeks is the new president Lindsey, and Marianne Cherkas. June 12th. Every guest had a gift and sums up her theme for next year, Keep up the good work.

From left, first row, new Los Voluntarios board, Bonnie Bishop, Sandy Snider (new president), Dorothy Collister. Standing, Vince Foley (installing officer), Bill Collister standing in for Dale Carter, and Linda Clelland. Foley used flags as the theme of the installation (it was Flag Day, June 14th), picking one from an early day naval ship (Don’t Tread On Me). Very clever.

July 8 - July 14, 2010


(L-r) Sue and Steve Pelletier (he won Outstanding New Member award) chat with new president, Matt Weaver and member Jack McRae with wife, Sophia, during Rotary pre-dinner cocktail reception poolside at the Doubletree Hotel Monrovia.

Phyllis Chapman is presented the first ever 40-Year Prestige Service Award from Russ Guiney, director of L.A. County Department of Parks & Recreation. She was also presented a gold oak leaf pin at Los Voluntarios luncheon.

(L-r) Dick Martinez, master of ceremonies and chair of the 89th Rotary Installation, with awardees Frank Griffith and Mike Real.

Imy Dulake (outgoing president) presents the president’s pin and gavel to Matt Weaver, newly installed Arcadia Rotary president, as Bill Gleason and Jack Pam look on.

Old Town Monrovia’s Merchants Proudly Presents

The community is invited to a summer party on August 8th, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Enjoy a Country Western band and barbecue by Stonefire Grill. The event takes place

at Arcadia Woman’s Club, 324 S. First Ave., Arcadia. Seating is limited. Cost per person is $49. For reservations, call (626) 355-8979 or (626) 355-6945.

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Siby Minton was honored for her 35 years of service. Here she is receiving a handsome award from director of L.A. County Parks & Recreation Russ Guiney, a camphor tree will be planted at the Baldwin Adobe in her honor.

The Summer M vie Series Library Park 300 S. Myrtle Ave. Saturday, July 17th 8:00 PM

Bring a blanket or a chair and enjoy a movie under the stars Call (626) 303-6600 for information

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1301 Diamond Avenue South Pasadena, CA Offered at $1,198,000

This delightful Highland Oaks home has been wellmaintained and is located in the award winning Arcadia school district. There is an updated kitchen, Brazilian cherry wood flooring in the living room/dining room areas with lovely views of the back yard/pool area. There is a private master suite, family room, office, laundry room and an oversized 2-car garage. The home is 2,818 sq. ft. situated on a 12,746 sq. ft. lot. It has 4 bedroom with 3.5 bathrooms and was built in 1951. This is the perfect home for entertaining.

Built in 1927, this Spanish Revival home is 2,733 sq.ft on a 7,536 sq.ft. lot and located in the desirable South Pasadena school district. There are 4 bedrooms 2.5 bathrooms. The is a terraced back yard with a grassy area and a cement pad that is “hot-tubready” with water and electrical. The front yard is expansive with picturesque Deodar and Palm trees. This home has been lovingly upgraded with copper plumbing, electrical, rebuilt chimney, reinforced foundation. It also includes French doors and windows, wood floor, central air and heat and new interior paint. Will you be the proud new owner? For more pictures and information please go to

3735 E. Sierra Madre Blvd, Pasadena, CA Offered at $725,000

715 Skyland Drive, Sierra Madre, CA Offered at $599,000 Situated in the hills of Sierra Madre (Marlborough Terrace), this delightful home is surrounded by mature Oak trees and beautiful views of the valley below and the hills above. This home offers 1,656 square feet and 3 bedrooms. The main floor offers an open and spacious floor plan with unobstructed views and a cozy fireplace. The updated kitchen features newer appliances, garden window, a pantry and ample cabinetry. All 3 bathrooms have been updated. Large glass windows throughout the house provide a bright and airy feeling. Newly painted inside and out, this home is move-in ready. Built in 1965 it also offers central air and heat, 2-car attached garage, plans for a rooftop deck and much more. For more information and pictures go to



Situated in Upper Hastings Ranch, this home is conveniently located to shopping, freeways and schools. This 1951 well-maintained home offers an open and spacious floor plan. Additional features include: formal entry, large living room with fireplace, sliding doors open to a tiled patio, grand family room with high ceilings & recessed lighting, adjacent to an updated kitchen, updated bathrooms, central air and heat, newer windows and roof. There is a mountain view from the back yard. For more information go to

333 Genoa Street, #D, Monrovia, CA Offered at $550,000

523 Brookside lane Sierra Madre, CA Offered at $378,000

This is a great starter home and has been tastefully renovated inside and out. It is a short walk to Mary’s Market as well as to scenic hiking trails. There is Pergo flooring, updated kitchen, remodeled master bathroom with a washer/dryer combination, central air and heat, two patio areas both with views and an easy to maintain rear yard with hot tub. Appliances are included. Good starter home. This is a short sale. 628 sq. ft. home, 1921 sq. ft. lot. 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths.

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725 Woodland Drive, Sierra Madre, CA Offered at $399,000

Nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains and close to the quaint village of downtown Sierra Madre, this home offers a country living lifestyle. The unique location allows you to forget the hustle and bustle of the big city, while just a short commute to downtown Los Angeles. Just minutes from your front door are hiking trails and Mary’s Market and Cafe! This cozy 1 bedroom 1 bath home is 837 sq. ft. on a 3,973 sq. ft. lot. There is a relaxing front porch, stone fireplace in the living room, walk-in closet in the large bedroom, and parking for 4 cars (a real commodity in the canyon). This is the perfect canyon hide-away! For more information and pictures go to

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1505 El Mirador, Pasadena, CA Offered at $6,750 per month Located a short distance to the Rose Bowl and sited at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac this spacious Linda Vista home boasts traditional design and is perfect for a large family and for entertaining. There are 27,918 square feet of lush grounds offering: privacy a black-bottom pool with built-in hillside slide and a spa. With 6 bedrooms, 6 baths, 6,838 sq feet, a family room with large wet bar, skylights, 2 offices, gym, elevator and huge garage, this is a home you truly won’t want to miss

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14 July 8 - July 14, 2010

Little League Holds Opening Day Ceremony

Arcadia Graduate Leads Softball Team to NCAA World Series Continued from the First Page

The inaugural “Little League Opening Day” for District 17 was held Saturday, June 26th at Sierra Vista Park in Sierra Madre, hosted by Sierra Madre Little League with Pete Siberell serving as President and Rick Caldwell as District Administrator. Twelve Participating leagues in the order of their original charter in the 50’s are Central Altadena Little League, East Altadena Little League, West Altadena Little League, Arcadia American Little League, Arcadia National Little League, Santa Anita Little League, Pasadena American Little League,

Pasadena American Little League, Pasadena Southwest Little League, West Pasadena Little League, San Marino National Little League, and Sierra Madre Little League which happens to be the host league this year. This division, 11 and 12 year-olds, is the age group that can progress to the Little League World Series held in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The program consisted of an introduction of all the players, coaches, League Presidents, and Board Members. Each player received a District Pin for participating in

the tournament and each league received a banner to use during the tournament to identify their participation. The ceremony included a violin performance of the National Anthem, the Little League Pledge, the Parent Volunteer Pledge, the First Pitch, and the Tournament Director declaring the opening of the tournament. Indeed a successful Opening Day for t he Tour na ment of Champions. Tour na ment ga mes are held at Sierra Vista Park, Heasley Field, from Sat u rday Ju ne 26t h to Thursday July 22nd.

Series in Oklahoma City, OK. After graduating from Arcadia High School in 2007, where she led her team to league and conference titles, picking up numerous individual awards along the way, Rodriguez headed to Yavapai College, a small junior college in Prescott, Arizona. She helped them win their first ever National Junior College Athletic Association Championship, and as a pitcher, was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s All-American Second Team. There, she also earned NFCA JC All-American First Team honors before transferring to UH for her junior year. And this season, Rodriguez has done spectacular for her team. After winning all three games in the NCAA Regionals against UC Davis, Stanford, and Texas Tech, UH was able to advance to the Super Regionals the following

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watched. I know people that got up at 7 (Hawaii time) to watch the game.” Megan Leahy, one of Rodriguez’s biggest fans and lifelong friends, now coaches Varsity Softball at Arcadia, and is “thrilled to hear [Rodriguez] is getting the publicity she deserves,” because of all the countless hours she has put into softball and the sacrifices she has made in order to keep playing. Her entire life has been dedicated to softball, and for Rodriguez, this moment embodied over a decade’s worth of hard work. “It’s been the most exciting day,” UH Coach Bob Coolen said to ESPN. “You aspire as a coach to make it to the World Series and this team really showed resilience and fortitude out there.” This upset proved to be the most stunning of the entire tournament—UH had a 14-12 record against teams participating, and thus not many expected them to make it very far. This was the first time since the 2003 incorporation of the Super Regionals to the NCAA Tournament that the No. 1 seed (in this case, Alabama) did not advance to the World Series. The game is nominated for the 2010 ESPY Awards, under the category of “Best Upset.” I n t h e Wo r l d S e ries, UH went on to win against Missouri, 3-2, lose to UCLA, 5-2, and lose to Arizona, 1-5, but for Rodriguez, making it to that point alone was “a great experience.”

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Legendary Brits Pub and Eatery to Pour Final Pint this Sunday Continued from Page 9

and still faithfully watch the World Cup; some may even secretly be rooting for Germany. Or perhaps it is just a trend in business that the small, mom and pop operations are being rapidly ousted by the big guys. Either way you look at it, small businesses are being hurt by the big boys! On July 11, Brits Pub and eatery located at 1770 East Colorado Boulevard will close that popular location as the owner of the building wants to more than double the rent and replace the pub with a corporate cookie-cutter business. The pub with its Royal chef and loyal subjects had just celebrated its 7th year when the unscrupulous landlord (we’ll call him scrooge) presented t he owners with an offer they had no choice but to refuse. The pub has been a popular speakeasy for diplomats and British locals and those visiting from across the pond when they felt homesick for a good Cornish Pasty or a really

corny English joke. Whatever your reason for popping into the pub, it was always special and unlike anything this reporter has ever experienced. Sad ly it seems t he trend in business is to get as much money as you can for real estate and it seems corporations are willing to pay any price for visibility on Colorado Blvd. This, however, leaves small business in a huge bind and consequently kills the mom and pops that have

worked so hard for years to develop a customer base and provide a service for those who don’t want to go to a corporate bar and grill where no one knows your name. O n a ny g iven day you’ll find characters like Les Cotton, the President of GASP ( Guinness Appreciation Society of Pasadena) discussing the art and science of photography with local photojournalists while posing with some of the most wonderful Guin-

ness Girls on the planet. On a given evening you might find musicians such as the always wacky Snotty Scotty and The Hankies or the wonderfully talented Belles of Bedlam with the ribald costumes and lyrics. Truly, there was never a dull moment. You might find a local newspaper editor fishing for stories as CalTech students unwind after discovering the latest theory of relativity or note the California Culinary Arts students sampling

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T he ow ners a ssu re me that in a few months they will re open once a suitable locat ion has been confirmed. So in the meantime, pop by the pub at 1770 East Colorado Friday July 9 for a farewell pint and a plate of fish and chips, watch a game or two of the finals. We look forward to the next chapter in the life of Brits Pub and Eatery. Good luck and thanks for a Great 7 Years in Pasadena. Keep us posted!

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German Student Exchange Seeks Host Families For the twenty-third consecutive year, nineteen high school students from Germany will arrive in South Pasadena on Thursday, July 15 as part of a fourweek academic home stay program coordinated by the local non-profit group, International Education & Exchange (IEE). The program aspires to promote international understanding and goodwill through local “citizen diplomat” programs. In fact, IEE is still actively seeking local families to volunteer as hosts for a few more students. The students, ages 14 to 18, are all proficient in English and will attend morning classes in English and American Culture at an Academic Center in South Pasadena. The program, spanning July

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Other Public Notices NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE T.S No. 1252050-10 APN: 5385-023-002 TRA: 09251 LOAN NO: Xxxxxx8891 REF: Ly, Steven IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER: YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST, DATED January 26, 2008. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On July 14, 2010, at 10:00am, Cal-Western Reconveyance Corporation, as duly appointed trustee under and pursuant to Deed of Trust recorded February 04, 2008, as Inst. No. 20080204301 in book XX, page XX of Official Records in the office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles County, State of California, executed by Steven T. Ly, A Married Man As His Sole and Separate Property And Kenneth Yu And Annie Duong, Husband And Wife, All As Joint Tenants, will sell at public auction to highest bidder for cash, cashier’s check drawn on a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank At the west side of the los angeles county courthouse, Southeast District, 12720 Norwalk Blvd., Norwalk, California, all right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County and State described as: Completely described in said deed of trust The street address and other common designation, if any, of the real property described above is purported to be: 2105 South Baldwin Avenue Arcadia CA 91007-8171 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be held, but without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession, condition or encumbrances, including fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust, to pay the remaining principal sums of the note(s) secured by said Deed of Trust. The total amount of the unpaid balance of the obligation secured by the property to be sold and reasonable estimated costs, expenses and advances at the time of the initial publication of the Notice of Sale is: $424,504.77. If the Trustee is unable to convey title for any reason, the successful bidder’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be the return of monies paid to the Trustee, and the successful bidder shall have no further recourse. The beneficiary under said Deed of Trust heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell. The undersigned caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in the county where the real property is located. Regarding the property that is the subject of this notice of sale, the “mortgage loan servicer” as defined in civil code § 2923.53(k)(3), declares that it has obtained from the commissioner a final or temporary order of exemption pursuant to civil code section 2923.53 and that the exemption is current and valid on the date this notice of sale is recorded. the time frame for giving a notice of sale specified in civil code section 2923.52 subdivision (a) does not apply to this notice of sale pursuant to civil code sections 2923.52. DECLARATION PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA CIVIL CODE SECTION 2923.54 Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 2923.54 the undersigned, on behalf of the beneficiary, loan servicer, or authorized agent, declares as follows: The mortgage loan servicer has obtained from the commissioner a final or temporary order of exemption pursuant to Section 2923.53 that is current and valid on the date the notice of sale is filed and I The timefrarne for giving notice of sale

specified in subdivision (a) of Section 2923.52 does not apply pursuant to Section 2923.52 or 2923.55 The undersigned loan servicer authorizes Cal-Western Reconveyance Corporation to execute the Notice of Sale on its behalf containing or attaching the above declaration required by California Civil Code Section 2923.54 regarding its exemption from California Civil Code section 2923.52. Citimortgage Inc. By: Aaron Menne, Title: Vp For sales information: Mon-Fri 9:00am to 4:00pm (619) 590-1221. Cal-Western Reconveyance Corporation, 525 East Main Street, P.O. Box 22004, El Cajon, CA 92022-9004 Dated: June 04, 2010. (R321559 06/24/10, 07/01/10, 07/08/10) NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE TS No. 100038175 Title Order No. 10-8-148651 APN No. 5782-006-021 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST, DATED 05/03/2006. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. Notice is hereby given that RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. , as duly appointed trustee pursuant to the Deed of Trust executed by MATTHEW A. POTURICH, A MARRIED MAN, AS HIS SOLE AND SEPARATE PROPERTY dated 05/03/2006 and recorded 05/18/06, as Instrument No. 06 1093916, in Book , Page ), of Official Records in the office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles County State of California, will sell on 07/19/2010 at 1:00PM, At the front entrance to the Pomona Superior Courts Building, 350 West Mission Blvd., Pomona, Los Angeles, CA at public auction to the highest bidder for cash or check as described below, payable in full at time of sale, all right, title, and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust, in the property situated in said County and State and as more fully described in the above referenced Deed of Trust. The street address and other common designation, if any of the real property described above is purported to be: 59 WEST LA SIERRA DRIVE, ARCADIA, CA, 91007. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein. The total amount of the unpaid balance with interest thereon of the obligation secured by the property to be sold plus reasonable estimated costs, expenses and advances at the time of the initial publication of the Notice of Sale is $1,652,657.19. It is possible that at the time of sale the opening bid may be less than the total indebtedness due. In addition to cash, the Trustee will accept cashier’s checks drawn on a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank specified in Section 5102 of the Financial Code and authorized to do business in this state. Said sale will be made, in an “AS IS” condition, but with out covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession or encumbrances, to satisfy the indebted-ness secured by said Deed of Trust, advances thereunder, with interest at provided, and the unpaid principal of the Note secured by said Deed of Trust with interest thereon at provided in said Note, plus fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust. If required by the provisions of section 2923.5 of the California Civil Code, the declaration from the mortgagee, beneficiary or authorized agent is attached to the Notice of Trustee’s Sale duly recorded with the appropriate County Recorder’s Office. DATED: 06/20/2010 RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo Canyon Rd., CA6-914-0194 SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone/Sale Information: (800) 281 8219 By: Trustee’s Sale Officer RECONTRUST COMPANY N.A., is a debt collector attempting to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. FEI # 1006.101933 6/21, 6/28, 7/08/2010

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POLICE BLOTTERS Arcadia PD For the period of Sunday, June 27, through Saturday, July 3, the Police Department responded to 826 calls for service of which 119 required formal investigations. The following is a summary report of the major incidents handled by the Department during this period. Sunday, June 27: 1. Between 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked vehicle parked at CVS Pharmacy, 1401 S. Baldwin Avenue, and stole a wallet containing cash and credit/debit cards from inside a purse. 2. Sometime between 03/22/10 and midnight on 06/23/10, the ex-boyfriend, a male white, 29 years of age, of the victim used the victim’s debit card account information to make unauthorized purchases totaling $1,220.83, in violation of fraudulent use of access card. Monday, June 28: 3. Between 12:15 a.m. and 12:50 a.m. on 06/28, the victim got a ride from her friend, a black male, 26 years of age. During the ride, the two argued and once they arrived at the suspect’s house, the suspect proceeded to choke the victim. They then left the house together and while inside the vehicle, the suspect punched the victim in the face approximately 10 times. Fearing for her life, the victim jumped out of the moving vehicle near the intersection of Santa Anita Avenue and Foothill Boulevard and ran to an Arco Gas Station for help. The suspect fled the area. 4. At approximately 12:15 p.m. in the 600 block of Encino Court, unknown suspect(s) entered an open garage and took two men’s mountain bikes, valued at $800. An area check for suspects was met with negative results. The bikes were later found discarded at the Peck Road Water Conservation Park Tuesday, June 29: 5. Sometime between 4:00 p.m. on 06/28 and 8:00 a.m. on 06/29, unknown suspect(s) cut the pad lock

from the victim’s storage unit in the 900 block of West Duarte Road. A suitcase and a stroller were stolen. 6. At approximately 8:00 p.m., unknown suspect(s), two male blacks in their 20’s, entered Ben Bridge Jewelers at 400 South Baldwin Avenue and demanded the keys to the jewelry cases by displaying a handgun. The suspects then used a hammer to open several cases and stole approximately $35,000.00 worth of diamond rings and fled the location to a third suspect who was waiting for them in a getaway vehicle. Wednesday, June 30: 7. Sometime between 4:00 p.m. on 06/29 and 1:00 p.m. on 06/30, workers removed the tent covering a home in the 1000 block of Diablo Drive, which had been fumigated. They discovered an open window and ransacked master bedroom. Toxic chemicals were still present and officers were unable to access the interior. 8. At approximately 3:30 p.m., a J.C. Penney employee, at 400 South Baldwin Avenue, was arrested for commercial burglary after an internal investigation revealed the employee had been stealing clothing then returning the items for refunds between May 9, 2010 and May 16, 2010. Suspect is a Chinese female, 59 years of age, who was placed under private person’s arrest. Thursday, July 1: 9. Sometime between 4:45 p.m. on 06/30 and 7:15 a.m. on 07/01, unknown suspect(s) cut the soccer nets and removed them from 2 goal posts. The suspect(s) took the nets to the basketball courts and set them on fire using a spray lubricant as an accelerant. 10. At 8:45 p.m. two suspects, a male Hispanic, 16-17 years of age, and a male black, 16-17 years of age, stole the victim’s purse while she was sitting at the bus stop adjacent to the south curb line of Huntington Drive east of First Avenue. Her purse was recovered; however, her money, miscellaneous credit cards and Identification Card were still missing.

Friday, July 2: 11. At approximately 3:00 p.m., in the 1700 block of Alta Oaks, a male white, 21 years of age, used his cell phone to make a video recording of his friend, the victim, while she was changing in violation of disorderly conduct. The phone was taken into evidence. 12. Between 6:30 p.m. and 6:44 p.m., a female black, 19 years of age, entered Hollister, 400 South Baldwin Avenue, with the intent to steal perfumes. When she was confronted by loss prevention, she fled from the store. She was detained by loss prevention and a private person’s arrest was made for burglary. Saturday, July 3: 13. Between 12:30 a.m. and 12:36 a.m., the suspect, male black, 28 years of age, approached the victim as she left Garden Café, 850 South Baldwin Avenue. The suspect robbed her of her purse and other property at gunpoint. The suspect fled the scene and an area check led officers to locating the vehicle and subsequently detaining the suspect in the parking lot of Chase Bank at 60 East Huntington Drive. He was arrested for robbery. 14. Between 3:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., officers responded to a report of a brush fire north of Bonita Skate Park, 100 S. Second Avenue. The investigation by an Arcadia Fire Department Arson Investigator revealed the fire was intentionally set.

Sierra Madre PD During the week of Sunday, June 27th, to Saturday July 3rd, the Sierra Madre Police Department responded to approximately 330 calls for service. Thursday, July 1st: 12:06 PM – Tampering/Injuring a vehicle, 500 block Las Rocas Drive. The front left tire of a parked car was found flattened. The incident occurred between 6:00 am, Wednesday, 6/23/10 and 11:00 am, Thursday, 7/01/2010. Two small puncture marks were found on the tire’s sidewall. The loss was estimated at $70.00.

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