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Remembering MLK By Osvaldo Castillo El Observador

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crowd of hopeful supporters awaited newly elected President Obama to make his acceptance speech over a year ago. Many cheered as loudly as they could, while others cried tears of joy. Not only was the United States watching, but the whole world. Once again the world seemed to become a hopeful and positive place to live. For his part, Obama was confident, intelligent and a charismatic individual who captivated everyone. His years of hard work propelled him to what he has become today. Despite his success and accomplishments, Obama would probably not be where he is today if it were not for the determination, struggle and ultimate sacrifice of one man: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. King lived in an era when people were separated and truly judged by the color of their skin and not the content of their character. He saw this wrong in society and decided to dedicate his life to correcting this injustice. Like one of his influences, Mahatma Gandhi, King’s method for overcoming society’s injustices was through non-violence and stated, “The method of nonviolent resistance is the most potent weapon available to oppressed people in their struggle for justice and human dignity.”

He organized and participated in bus boycotts, diner sit-ins, and spoke at rallies, his most famous being in front of the Lincoln Memorial in 1963. Like Obama, King also won the Nobel Peace Prize and donated his money to various charities. On April 4, 1968, King was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. King has been honored countless times for his work and sacrifice. City streets and libraries are named after him. There is even a national holiday in his honor. But King will always be remembered not by how many streets and libraries are named after him, but by how he truly made the world a better place for all of us to live in. King’s main legacy was to secure progress on civil rights in the United States, which has enabled more Americans to reach their potential. Today, aside from being the President of the United States, people of color serve as CEOs, high-ranking military officials and entertainment icons. Sonya Sotomayor is a beneficiary of King’s work, becoming the first Latina to serve on the United States Supreme Court. Martin Luther King Jr. is a name that will resonate over and over throughout time. He changed the world for the better, and he did it without violence.

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Who Are the Aliens in this Nation of Immigrants? By Gil Villagrán, MSW

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he perennial controversy of who is native in this land we call America, which people are immigrants, who is native-born, who is legal, who is illegal, and who is alien is a long simmering cauldron of charges and counter-charges, name-calling, roundups and deportations, wars, denial of public benefits, inhumane exploitation and even genocide. The story of America is replete with all manner of invasion, conquest, plunder, enslavement of one people by another, theft of property and of children, and ultimately-formal strategic warfare and genocide of those deemed by official government policy as undesirable, expendable, and to be eliminated by any means necessary. This is our U.S. history, not necessarily taught in public schools, nor to most college students, and certainly not presented in the popular culture of brave pilgrims carving out settlements out of a mostly unpopulated wilderness, and later in western films creating myths of even braver cowboys on horseback and settlers in wagon trains. Yet unless our nation’s true history is known by all, many will continue to naively ask, as I have heard for fifty years: Why are there so many immigrants in America? Why can’t Indians stay in their reservations? Why don’t Blacks go back to Africa? And why do so many Mexicans come illegally to our country? There is a willful general public ignorance that our nation was founded upon pre-existing nations of native peoples, robbed of their land by European immigrants, sometimes enslaved, eventually forced off their lands, and millions killed by war and disease. There is also the grotesque contradiction, initial to our nation’s founding, that in spite of all men being created equal, many immigrants soon bought kidnapped and enslaved Africans, forcing them with whip in hand to build the roads and cities, raise the crops, even to build our nation’s capital. The compromise written into our Constitution that declared enslaved humans as only 3/5ths of a white person poisoned our nation in such a manner that so-called moral, god-fearing men and women greedily profited from owning, breeding, and selling human beings, tearing families apart, raping women and then selling their children for further profit. The slavery in this nation of free men (and women-without equal rights) led to a Civil War, but not before another war-a war of conquest of Mexico fomented by slave owners determined to ensure additional slave states west of the Mississippi River. Our nation won that war-taking half of Mexico as war booty, and would have taken all of Mexico, but for Congressional concern of what to do with all the unwanted Mexicans! Manifest Destiny-a manic delusion that God himself willed that the U.S. reach “from sea to shining sea” contributed to this war and further land grabs that transmogrified our nation to a replication of the empires of European monarchies. Thus we grabbed Hawaii, Cuba and the Philippines for a while, and Puerto Rico to this day, and we now have more than 737 military bases throughout the world. American is an empire-as was Rome, Britain, and many others empires, now fallen by bankruptcy, overstretch and hubris. As historian Howard Zinn explains, “If our starting point for evaluating the world around us is the firm belief that this nation is somehow endowed by Providence with unique qualities that make it morally superior to every other nation on Earth, then we are not likely to question a president when he says we are sending our troops here or there, or bombing this or that, in order to spread our values — democracy, liberty, and let’s not forget free enterprise — to some God-forsaken (literally) place in the world.” We must realize that calling anyone an illegal alien indicates a willful ignorance of our nation’s complex history. It is time to recognize that we are all Earth citizens, deserving of humane treatment, one and all. Æ

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School Reform Now Possible By Hilbert Morales - El Observador

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ast week, Governor Schwarzenegger signed two bills which were designed to improve California’s education system’s ability to attract federal funds being offered in the most recent “Race to the Top” program being promoted by the Obama Administration. While getting as much funding as possible may be a good thing, another feature of this legislation is very important and must be understood by all parents who have children attending schools. In an editorial published by the San Jose Mercury News on January 10, 2010 entitled “Parent Trigger:” A Turning Point in School Reform,” credit was given to Senator Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles). Romero authored the legislation that provides parents with the power and authority to petition for changes in a school, and now, the school district officials must respond. Of course petitions must represent the majority of the parents. This means that parents are now being involved in the guidance and management of their children’s education and schools. Heretofore, that was the authority and power of teachers, school administrators, and the unions. Not any more. Parents now have full partnership authority. Parent & Teachers Association (PTA) meetings may now be used to collect, discuss, and prepare such petitions which must be accepted and responded to by school officials. School administrators have been required to meet and communicate with parents, however this was not uniformly implemented. The Office of Senator Gloria Romero collaborated with Parents Revolution, a group in the Los Angeles School District. These two devised and implemented an effective strategy which successfully thwarted the special interests who desired to remove this “Parent’s Trigger” from the proposed legislation. Ben Austin, Executive Director, Parent’s Revolt, simply argued that school boards, administrators, union officials, and CA State legislators must provide as much weight to parents concerns as to those of the powerful special interests of unions and teachers’ professional associations. The choice framed was simply “Unions or Kids”

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and of course, “kids” won, as well they should. But parents also won because now parents have the responsibility of monitoring what goes on at school, and if there is not an effective teaching effort that benefits their child, they may form a majority opinion which is now a “trigger’ to which the school district must respond. Parents Revolution desires that public schools fix themselves. This “Parent Trigger” makes them a stakeholder with a responsibility and an obligation to become engaged and involved. Many studies have established that students do best when their parents are involved and interested in their social and scholastic development. Much discussion of teaching methods, resources available, and the efficient use thereof must now involve the parents. All this represents a welcome change in the balance of power that may involve parents as fully engaged partners. This will be very good especially in those schools that are not meeting the expectations required. All parents must know this new “Parent Trigger” as soon as possible. It is a feature that can be used locally by all stakeholders, especially parents. It must be applied locally as soon as possible because reports indicate that 30 schools in the County of Santa Clara are not meeting the educational needs of their students. All of these schools are located in low-income communities. It is imperative that all educational interests become fully informed in order to work together to enable the award of the maximum funding possible under the “Race to the Top” federal program. Many feel helpless when dealing with the impact of the deficits at all levels of local, state and federal governments. However, here is something that can be initiated locally and which addresses our future: the educational development of our youth who must learn to successfully compete in a global economy. The good news is that parents, acting collectively, now have a meaningful tool called “Parent Trigger” to express their concerns which initiate meaningful improvements in the current education system. Meaningful parent influence and involvement in school reform is now possible.

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Líderes locales le dicen alto al odio en Arizona Por Rosario Vital - El Observador

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County in Arizona.

Actualización acerca del virus H1N1 "No bajen las defensas" advierten los expertos Por Ngoc Nguyen

de 5.5 millones de personas, dijo Fielding.

El virus H1N1 no tiene cura, pero sí hay manera de prevenirlo...¡vacunándose! Ese es el mensaje que expertos en todo el estado le están diciendo al público, aunque los casos de la gripa H1N1 hayan alcanzado sus números más altos.

Las mujeres embarazadas, niños, jóvenes menores de 24 años y gente de todas edades con condiciones crónicas tienen más riesgo de infección y complicaciones por la gripa.

"Es demasiado temprano para bajar nuestras defensas", dice Ken August, portavoz del Departamento de Salud Pública de California. "Los casos de la gripa H1N1 puede que estén disminuyendo, pero [el virus] no está desapareciendo". Los primeros dos casos confirmados de H1N1 en el país se encontraron en California, y ahora la mayoría de los condados del estado han reportado por lo menos un caso de H1N1. El virus ha hospitalizado a más de 7,546 californianos y ha causado casi 397 muertes, según los últimos datos del estado (http://www.cdph.ca.gov/HealthInfo/discond/Pages/H1 N1Home.aspx). El estado calcula que más de 3 millones de californianos se han enfermado de la gripa H1N1. "La gran mayoría de las enfermedades por gripa son del tipo H1N1. No estamos viendo casi nada del tipo de la gripa estacional ahorita", dijo August, que destacó la importancia de vacunarse contra el tipo del que hay más.

Los oficiales de salud destacaron la importancia de vacunarse contra la gripa H1N1, especialmente aquellas personas en los grupos de alto riesgo, y dijeron que no es demasiado tarde para hacerlo. Después de la vacuna, el cuerpo tarda hasta dos semanas en desarrollar la inmunidad, por lo que aquellas personas que se quieran proteger durante las fiestas navideñas deben inmunizarse durante las próximas dos semanas.

l Sheriff Joe Arpaio sigue aterrorizando las calles del Condado de Maricopa y continúa su maltrato físico en las cárceles. Hay perfil racial por toda la ciudad, el condado y el estado. Además se está aplicando una ley anti-inmigrante desenfrenada, explican las organizaciones pro inmigrantes de los Estados Unidos. Por esta razón los grupos de derechos humanos se reunen el 16 de enero para una acción nacional y piden un alto al odio en el Condado Maricopa encabezada por el Sheriff Joe Arpaio. “Queremos hacer público que Arpaio y otros alguaciles son racistas. Hay que encarcelar a criminales y no a inmigrantes. Pedimos al Presidente Obama a que tome acción inmediata para una reforma justa y humana y no redadas que separen a familias trabajadoras”, dijo el Director Asociado de la Coalición de Servicios, Educación y Derechos para el Inmigrante (SIREN), Richard Hobbs. La organización SIREN representará al Área de la Bahía en esta protesta nacional. La coalición moviliza a miembros de la comunidad del Condado de Santa Clara que parte de la esquina de Story y King rumbo a Arizona. El evento en Arizona tendrá lugar en el Parque Falcón. A la protesta llegará Dolores Huerta, Linda Rondstadt y Little Joe entre otros. El Observador estará cubriendo esta importante protesta. Lea más información visitando www.el-observador.com. Escuche en vivo los detalles de la protesta a través de Noticias y Más por www.radioinformativa.com de 7:00 am a 8:00 am y 1010 La Grande AM a las 4:30 am.

Councilmember Kalra Calls Attention to Poverty in San José

Los expertos dicen que la epidemia ha culminado por ahora, pero es posible que veamos olas adicionales. "Ya hemos tenido una segunda, y podremos ver una tercera", dijo Fielding.

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La primera ola de infecciones H1N1 ocurrieron en la primavera (abril a junio), con el número de casos disminuyendo, pero nunca desapareciendo, durante el verano. Las infecciones tuvieron un alza de nuevo en octubre, después de que los alumnos volvieran a la escuela. El doctor Takashi Wada, oficial de salud pública de la Ciudad de Pasadena, dijo que los casos de H1N1 pueden rebotar de nuevo después de Año Nuevo, ya que la gente suele reunirse más en interiores durante el invierno y viajar durante las fiestas.

A partir de principios de diciembre, California ha pedido 7 millones de dosis de la vacuna H1N1. El número de dosis pedido hasta ahora es suficiente para En el Condado de Santa Clara, las hospitalizaciones vacunar alrededor del 18 por ciento de la población del por H1N1 y la ausencia escolar se han estabilizado, estado contra el H1N1. según Joy Alexiou, portavoz para el departamento de Al principio los problemas de suministro dificultaron salud pública del condado. Pero, vacunarse sigue siendo una buena idea, dice, porque la actividad gripal los esfuerzos para vacunar en masa, dijo el doctor todavía es alta. Jonathon Fielding, oficial de salud pública del Condado de Los Ángeles. "Eso ha causado muchos problemas, porque las expectativas aumentaron, y no teníamos suficientes vacunas para hacerlas realidad y eso causó mucha ansiedad", dijo. El Condado de Los Ángeles ha recibido 1.4 millones de dosis, mientras que el grupo de alto riesgo es

"Las gripas son famosas por sus cambios y por ser imprevisibles", dijo Alexiou. "¿Habrá otra ola después del principio del año? No lo sabemos". El mensaje: Más vale prevenir que lamentar. Vacúnense. Subsidios de The California Endowment y la California Community Foundation financian Gift of Health .

Councilmember Ash Kalra

an Jose, CA- In 2008, 39.8 million Americans were living in poverty; 8.1 million families were living in poverty, respectively up from 7.6 million in 2007. Most Americans (58.5%) will spend at least one year below the poverty line at some point between the age of 25 and 75. According to the US Census Bureau, in Santa Clara County in 2008 the poverty rate was at 8.1 percent and it is continuing to rise. The current economic situation only adds to these numbers. Councilmember Ash Kalra is bringing light to this increasing problem. Kalra, along with his colleagues on the City Council, will be proclaiming January, “Poverty Awareness Month” in San José. Sacred Heart Community Center will be recognized for serving the impoverished in the City of San José. Councilmember Kalra stated, “Unfortunately, poverty levels in our valley continue to rise due to the difficulties we have seen in the economy. Therefore, it is incredibly important to continue to shed light on the issue of poverty and to recognize organizations such as Sacred Heart who work tremendously hard to eliminate poverty in our community.”


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an José, CA- Después de meses de Lucha, el congresista Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL) presentó una pro puesta de reforma migratoria el pasado mes de diciembre. Este es el primer paso para que una reforma migratoria cambie las leyes de nuestro país. El domingo 17 de enero SIREN organizará un foro para informar a la comunidad del contenido de la legislación y para saber cómo involucrarse para que una reforma migratoria justa y humana se realice este año. Se va a llevar a cabo un un foro comunitario en español para informar a la comunidad sobre la reforma migratoria presentada el pasado diciembre por el congresista de Illinois Luis Gutiérrez .Habrá cuidado de niños gratis, refrescos y botanas. La cita es el 17 de enero en la Iglesia Santa Maria Goretti en la 2980 Senter Rd. San José CA 95111. Diariamente, miles de familias están siendo separadas porque nuestros líderes no le dan importancia al tema de la reforma migratoria. Las redadas, deportaciones, y separación de familias no son soluciones prácticas o humanas. Necesitamos soluciones urgentes que sean compatibles con los valores de este país. Las familias inmigrantes han demostrado que les interesa el bienestar de este país.

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anta Clara County, CA.-The County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors elected Supervisor Ken Yeager as President of the Board for 2010. Yeager will unveil his 2010 initiatives at his State of the County address, on Tuesday, January 26, 2010, at 11:15 a.m., in the County Government Center Board Chambers. He assumes the post after serving three years on the Board. “Given the recession, the County faces huge problems, but I believe we are up to the challenge,� said President Ken Yeager. Last year, Yeager served as Vice President of the Board. He currently chairs the Finance and Government Operations Committee and acts as Vice Chair of the Health and Hospital Committee. He was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to serve on the California Air Resources Board. He also represents Santa Clara County on the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the Association of Bay Area Governments, and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Yeager was elected to the Board of Supervisors in June of 2006. He represents the 4th District, which includes the cities of Campbell and Santa Clara, as well as West San Jose and the Burbank and Cambrian neighborhoods. Yeager previously served six years on the San Jose City Council. Yeager was also elected to two terms as a Trustee of the San Jose Evergreen Community College District, from 1992 to 2000. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from San Jose State University and a master’s degree in sociology and a Ph.D. in education from Stanford University. Yeager has completed the Senior Executives in State and Local Government Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, as well as the Ethics in Public Service Program sponsored by the Josephson Institute of Ethics. Yeager is the first openly gay elected official in Santa Clara County. He is now the first openly gay person to hold the position of Board President.


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Cortese Addresses State of County By Osvaldo Castillo El Observador

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The County of Santa Clara Supervisor Dave Cortese, District 3.

ouncil members, Mayors and prominent businessmen and women gathered at the Holiday Inn on First St. in San Jose to listen to County Supervisor Dave Cortese (District 3), discuss what Santa Clara County has achieved in the past year, and what it hopes to achieve in the New Year. "The county is on the move," Cortese said. "There is a lot to do and the clock is ticking. We need to get to work." Supervisor Liz Kniss (District 5) will be stepping down this year from Board of Supervisors President and will be replaced by Ken Yeager (District 4). The county appointed Dr. Jeff Smith as the new County Executive. One of his responsibilities is overseeing hospital operations in Santa Clara County.

"We looked at several candidates and even though he is from Contra Costa County, he was the most qualified for the job," Cortese said. "We felt that it was important to bring in someone who had health experience." Cortese added that the county has secured funds to purchase the hospital facility in downtown San Jose. The county has new initiatives in energy, such as solar. "We want to go green and save money," Cortese said. "Loans will be given out to families who build environmentally friendly homes." There will be a "new vision" within the Office of Human Relations. The office will be giving out more grant money to human rights groups. "The county also needs to work on helping Latino youth in our communities," Cortese said. "Eighty-five percent of the youth in juvenile hall are Latino. This is

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an Francisco- Un juicio federal en el que dos parejas del mismo sexo buscarán desafiar el contenido de la Proposición 8, que prohibe los matrimonios entre personas del mismo sexo, se inició el pasado 11 de enero en la Corte Federal de San Francisco. Al mismo tiempo y contra lo que se había anunciado, la Suprema Corte de Estados Unidos bloqueó de forma temporal la proyección del proceso judicial que sería transmitido por el sitio de Internet YouTube aduciendo que podría afectar e incidir en el desarrollo del juicio. Se considera que este proceso de nueva cuenta va a revivir la polémica publica por la celebración de los matrimonios del mismo género y volverá a ser el detonante de la discusión nacional sobre el futuro legal de las uniones de estas parejas.

Las audiencias, que se espera se prolonguen de dos a tressemanas antes de conocer un veredicto y se enfocarán sobre la consideración de si la orientación sexual puede ser modificada como la legalización de matrimonios gay, podrían afectar al matrimonio tradicional y el efecto de crecer bajo la tutoría de dos madres o dos padres. Independientemente de como se dé la conclusión de está audiencia, será inevitable que en cualquier sentido habrá una apelación ante la Suprema Corte de Estados Unidos por las partes en conflicto. En las elecciones de California en 2008 y por un cerrado margen la mayoría de los votantes aprobaron con 52 por ciento la proposición 8 que establecía que los únicos matrimonios validos en el estado serían aquellos entre un hombre y una mujer.

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Los abogados que representan a los demandantes son Theodore Olson y David Boies, un republicano y un demócrata que se enfrentaron en la demanda de George W. Bush y Al Gore y que determinó al ganador de la elección presidencial del 2000. Los representantes legales han expresado que buscarán demostrar que la proposición 8 estuvo motivada por conductas religiosas o creencias morales irrelevantes o por una posición anti homosexual. Las dos parejas demandantes están solicitando al juez federal de distrito Vaughn R. Walker a determinar que las uniones del mismo sexo pueden ser protegidas por la constitución y que el veredicto popular del año pasado en California violó los derechos de personas del mismo sexo.

unacceptable, and we need to take the necessary steps to fix this problem." In the past, Santa Clara County and the City of San Jose have been bitter rivals when it came to receiving state and federal funds. San Jose officials and residents have also felt that the county has unfairly asked the city to contribute more funds and services. "The County will be collaborating with the City of San Jose instead of arguing with it," Cortese said. "We will be looking into how much San Jose can contribute instead of demanding San Jose to contribute a certain amount." Other topics included a stop to predatory lending and more funds for the VTA. "We also have a club called Super Heroes to help fight climate change," Cortese said. "This club is made up kids who want to work on fixing the environmental challenges they will be facing."

Académicos defienden matrimonio El testimonio de un profesor que dijo que la definición histórica del matrimonio en los EE.UU. implica el consentimiento de dos personas que entran en el acuerdo por el amor y el compromiso de crear un hogar estable. Nancy Cott, una profesora de historia de la Universidad de Harvard y autorade un libro sobre el matrimonio como una institución pública, dijo que los matrimonios del mismo sexo fácilmente se ajustan a esta definición. En 2007 una controversial resolución de la corte estatal permitió la celebración de unos 18 mil matrimonios del mismo sexo lo que mostró un singular fenómeno de largas filas en numerosas cortes en especial en San Francisco y Los Angeles, en donde miles de parejas salían victoriosas mostrando su certificado de matrimonio.


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Alliance for California Traditional Arts Honors San José Mariachi and Mexican Heritage Festival

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an José, CA-The Mexican Heritage Corporation, producer of the annual San José Mariachi and Mexican Heritage Festival, announced the festival’s selection by the Alliance for California Traditional Arts (ACTA) to receive one of ACTA’s prestigious Living Cultures grants in support of traditional and folk arts. “This award is especially timely as we recognize the musical heritage of the Mexican Revolution, which will mark its centennial year in 2010,” said Festival Artistic Director Linda Ronstadt. “This year our festival will try to tell the story of a time of profound change, upheaval and passion and recall for a modern audience the cadence and timbre of 1910.” This year ACTA received 124 proposals and the San Jose Heritage Festival was among the 42 selected in a three day review process by cultural and community specialists. The grant received by the Mexican Heritage Corporation is $7,500. The Living Cultures Grant Program is supported by the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Metabolic Studio, a direct charitable activity of the Annenberg Foundation and the James Irvine Foundation, with additional support from the California Arts Council, the California Community Foundation and the San Francisco Foundation. The grants support the work of exemplary projects engaged with traditional and folk arts among the diverse communities of California. “We’re honored to be joining the ACTA family of outstanding organizations who present, produce and preserve traditional and folk art in California,” stated Marcela Davison Aviles, President and CEO of the Mexican Heritage Corporation. “This grant is especially significant, because it celebrates and validates our work to preserve Mexico’s traditional arts and the heritage of California’s Latino history.”


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Discover Ancient Egypt in your own backyard! PART I San Jose, CA

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ooking for a great travel bargain? – No need to pack your bags, you can explore the hidden secrets of ancient Egypt at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum for less than the price of a camel ride. Plus the museum and planetarium offer daily tomb tours, workshops, and astronomy programs all included with the price of admission. “We’re proud to bring ancient Egyptian culture to life in San Jose, and have been doing so for more than 80 years, through our artifacts, architecture, gardens, research library, and workshops - all designed to inspire the adventurer in each of us.” says Director Scott. “Visiting our museum is like discovering ancient Egypt in your own backyard.” Guests may also explore the Rosicrucian Peace Garden, an educational garden authentic

to the 18th Dynasty of ancient Egypt. Open from 8 am to sunset every day, complimentary admission. The Rosicrucian Planetarium presents the star show, The Mithraic Mysteries, daily at 2 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays there is a second show at 3:30 pm. Complimentary admission. For more information, visit www.egyptianmuseum.org or call 408.947.3636. The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, California houses the largest collection of authentic ancient Egyptian artifacts on exhibit in western North America. It is located at 1660 Park Avenue in San Jose’s Rose Garden Neighborhood and is open daily; Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and weekends from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; last admission is one half-hour before closing. Entrance fees for the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum are

Partners in School Innovation, A.M. Foundation & Alum Rock Schools Aim to Improve Student Success

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AN JOSE, CA - Alum Rock Union Elementary School District, Partners In School Innovation (PartnersSI) and the Applied Materials Foundation announced the launch of their new partnership in San Jose, California to dramatically improve student learning by working with teachers, the District, and school leaders to raise student scores. Specifically, PartnersSI will work with the District to build a strong core instructional program in literacy and language, create systems and structures that foster teachers’ professional learning, and strengthen results-oriented leadership. The funds provided by Applied Materials Foundation will enable PartnersSI to deliver cutting-edge assessment and leadership training methodologies to improve quality of leadership and teaching while accelerating student education. The new partnership was formed as a unique public/private response to the commitment made by Alum Rock’s superintendent and school board to boost grade level performance. This builds on a seven-year relationship between PartnersSI and the Applied Materials Foundation, which has already resulted in dramatically improved literacy and English-language proficiency rates in San Jose area elementary schools. When fully realized, the program will provide Alum Rock District with greater capabilities and capacity at a systematic level to close the academic achievement gap of its students, year after year. “We are delighted to build upon our previous successes in San Jose and partner with the Applied Materials Foundation on this extensive opportunity to better serve the 13,000 students in

our district,” says Dr. Derek Mitchell, CEO of PartnersSI. “Ultimately, it is the children who will benefit from the Foundation’s vision to support organizations such as ours that improve the educational pathway. And it’s our commitment to work, shoulderto-shoulder with District leadership and teachers to create and implement unique systems that will accelerate academic performance.” “The objective of the Applied Materials Foundation’s Education Initiative is to ensure that all students qualify to attend California colleges and succeed in life,” said Mark Walker, Executive Director of the Applied Materials Foundation. “Our focus is on improving our communities by closing the achievement gap for students from the lowest income areas and the lowest performing schools, and working directly with them to ensure success.” “The results PartnersSI has generated with other schools around the Bay Area are top-notch, and we look forward to partnering with them and the Applied Materials Foundation as we undergo our own transformation,” states José L. Manzo, Alum Rock Superintendent. “We are excited to begin this collaboration that promises to build our capability to accelerate student learning by improving the quality of teaching and leadership in all of our schools. Our work together will include direct school reform support at Chavez Elementary in 2009-2010 followed by additional sites in subsequent years. Of particular note is that the objectives set forth in our partnership are aligned with our District’s pledge, presented on June 5, 2009, that all students will be proficient or advanced by the year 2011.”

$9 general, $7 for seniors and students with I.D., and $5 for children ages 5-10. Children under 5 can visit the museum free of charge. Admission to the Rosicrucian Planetarium, Rosicrucian Research Library, and Rosicrucian Peace Garden is complimentary. A landmark in San Jose since 1928. Rosicrucian Park 1342 Naglee Avenue San Jose CA 95191 www.rosicrucian.org

Bring or mail y our proof of purchase from The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum (ticket stub or receipt) to El Observador Newspaper and enter El Observador’s drawing for the opportunity to win prizes, such as movie tickets and tickets for local events.


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Faith and community leaders from PACT in San Jose met this Wednesday, January 13 at the First Christian Church in San Jose.

Affordable Healthcare Now! By Osvaldo Castillo El Observador

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fter an almost yearlong battle over healthcare reform, President Obama will soon be signing new legislation regarding the matter. However, individuals on both sides of the argument are unsatisfied with the proposal that has taken so long to become a reality. On Wednesday, January 11, religious and community organizations gathered at the First Christian Church in San Jose to hold a Prayer Rally to urge the area Congressional delegation to make affordability a priority in final health reform legislation. “The purpose of this event is to remind our elected officials that healthcare affordability for all is our top concern,” said Marie Moore,

a community organizer who works with People Working in Community Together (PACT). “This is sort of a final effort before the final legislation goes in front of the president for him to sign. This bill should protect all of us.” According to a report by the People Improving Communities Organization (PICO), who also participated in the rally, voters consistently identify affordability as their top priority for health reform. They rank adequate subsidies to help people afford coverage higher than other issues (such as the public option) that have gotten far more media and political attention. Public support for an individual’s responsibility to purchase insurance hinges on people’s belief that coverage will be affordable. “A cap should be put on premiums and that cap should be there for the individual’s lifetime,” Moore said. “A percentage of the money

should actually go for health care and not for profit by the health insurance companies.” Moore added that the organizations are also asking for a large Medicaid expansion and for employees to provide quality benefit packages. “The benefit packages should be the same for all, regardless of income,” Moore said. The PICO report concluded that the success of health reform rests not only on making health care more affordable for working families, but on setting premiums and out-of-pocket costs at levels that voters view as fair and reasonable. Adequate subsidies are essential to the fundamental goal of guaranteeing quality affordable health coverage to all Americans and to the political reality of maintaining the public will needed to effectively implement reform. Ultimately, adopting the strongest elements

of the Senate and House legislation, including the House premium, plan values and out-ofpocket subsidy scale for low and moderate-income workers, will increase public support for reform. Moore believes that the situation will get worse for people if affordability is not added to the health bill. “About 15,000 people lose their health insurance everyday,” Moore said. “This is unacceptable and needs to stop.” The People Acting in Community Together organization is a multi-ethnic, interfaith organization that empowers people to create a more just community. PACT represents 22 congregations and 50,000 people in Santa Clara County, and is part of the PICO National Network. www.pactsj.org


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Hágase contar Juan Bracamonte, José Herrera y Armando Díaz participaron en la gira móvil a cargo de la Oficina del Censo que tuvo lugar el pasado 10 de enero en las tiendas Mi Pueblo de la ciudad de San José. Los residentes recibieron material informativo para saber qué hacer cuando reciban el material. (Leer nota completa www.el-observador.com)

Cristiana sepultura al hijo de Pancho Villa

Enjoying the 12th Annual El Día de Los Tres Reyes Magos, at the Children’s Discovery Museum on Saturday, January 8 and Sunday, January 9 , families came to listen and watch mariachi music, folklorico dancers, made papel picado crafts, made corn husk dolls, tasted traditional Rosca de Reyes and had their pictures taken with the Three Wise Kings. In photo, left to right: Ozzie Valenciano, Michael Lozano, Autumn D. Young, Marketing Manager for Children’s Discovery Museum, Jorge Gonzalez, and Arturo Medina of Rivera Advertising. (Photo by Monica Amador)

El pasado 31 de diciembre falleció en la ciudad de Castro Valley, Don Ernesto Nava Villa, hijo del legendario Pancho Villa. Le sobreviven 14 hijos y 70 nietos. Toda la comunidad hispana reciente el sensible fallecimiento de Don Ernesto Nava Villa. “Fue un ejemplo de rectitud, civismo y valentía. Tuve la oportunidad de conocerle y entrevistarlo en noviembre del 2008, sus vivencias y anécdotas me hicieron sentir aún más orgulloso de ser hispanoamericano”, dijo Mario Jimenez quien aparece en la foto tomada hace 2 años.

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Sustainable Vegetable Gardening When: Wednesdays, February 10th - March 17th, 7:00 - 9:00pm Where: Guadalupe River Park & Gardens Visitor & Education Center Info: (408) 298-7657 or visit www.grpg.org San José: Paintings by Wayne Jiang When: Until May 30, 2010 Where: History Park in San Jose Info: www.historysanjose.org or call 408 287 2290. Francisco “Pancho” Jimenez, Ceramic Sculptures When: Until January 24, 2010 Where: Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA), 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View COST: FREE INFO: 650-917-6800, ext. 306, or see www.arts4all.org

AZTEC DANCE! When: Every Tuesday From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Where: MACLA Theater 510 South 51h Street, San Jose Info: (408) 998-2783 or www.maclaarte.org “Saturday Afternoon at the Movies” When: Saturday, January 30th at 3:00 p.m. Where: Claremont Branch Library, 2940 Benvenue Ave, in Berkeley Info: 510-981-6285 Taking Flight When: January 28- February 14, 2010 Where: The Mexican Heritage Plaza Theater

in San Jose Info: (408) 272-9926 or visit www.teatrovision.org

Dormant Fruit Tree Pruning When: Saturday, January 23, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Where: Guadalupe Gardens in San Jose Info: (408) 298 7657 or visit www.grpg.org. La Factoria When: January 15,16,17,22, 23 y 24 Where: El Teatro Campesino 705 4th St. San Juan Bautista, CA Info: (831) 297-0691 CET Provides Legal Support for Elderly Citizenship Applicants When: January 19, 1:00 pm. January 21, and 26 at 5:30 pm. February 6, 1:00 pm. February 11, and 18 at 5:30 pm Where: 701 Vine St., San Jose Info: (408) 534-5215 City Lights Theater Company of San Jose Presents: Dead Man Walking By Tim Robbins (Based on the book Dead Man Walking by Sister Helen Prejean) In partnership with Notre Dame High School When: January 21, 2010 - February 21, 2010 Thursdays - Saturdays at 8 pm Sunday evenings at 7:00 pm (Jan 31 & Feb 7) Sunday matinees at 2:00 pm (Feb 14 & 21) Where: City Lights Theater Company

529 South Second St. San Jose, CA 95112 Info: (408) 295-4200 or visit us online at www.cltc.org

“Fragmentos de Perú” Contemporary Art of Claudio Talavera-Ballon When: February 8th through March 7th, 2010. Monday 12 - 8; Tuesday 10 - 8; Wednesday -Saturday, 10 -6; Sunday 1-5. Where: Berkeley Public Library’s Central Catalog Lobby. Info: 510-981-6100 or www.berkeleypubliclibrary.org. A Bit of Brazilian Music on Film When: Sat, Jan 16, 7:30 & 9:30 pm: Beyond Ipanema: Brazilian Waves in Global Music by Guto Barra & Béco Dranoff Sat, Jan 23, 7:30 pm: Favela on Blast by Leandro HBL & Wesley Pentz Sun, Jan 24, 4:30 pm: Discovery of Brazil (Descobrimento do Brasil) by Humberto Mauro Info: 415-978-2787 or www.ybca.org When Lives Become Form: Scholar’s Roundtable When: Saturday, Jan 16, 2010: 2:00pm 4:00pm Where: 701 Mission St., San Francisco CA 94103 - YBCA Large Conference Room Info: 415.978.2787 or www.ybca.org Red Light Winter When: Jan 28 - Feb 20.Thurs-Sat 8pm; Sun 7pm Where Next Stage, 1620 Gough Street (at

Bush), San Francisco Info: CustomMade.org or call 1-800-8383006

Curso de CERT Sepa qué hacer en caso de terremotos y desastres Días: 16, 23 y 30 de enero (9:00am 12:00pm.) Y 6 de febrero (1pm-4.30pm) Informes: (650) 903-6145 Taller gratuito de autoestima Día : 16 de enero Hora:12:00 a 2:00pm Lugar:2175 The Alameda Suite 105 San jose, Ca 95126 Informes: 408 720-9669 o visite Holisticvocationalcenter.com Taller de Ciudadanía Día: 21 de enero Hora: 5:30 pm Lugar: CET 701 Vine St. San Jose, CA 95110 Done Sangre Día: 9 de febrero Hora: 1- 7pm Lugar: Fellowship Hall, 5828 Santa Teresa Blvd., San Jose. Día: Miércoles 10 de febrero Hora: 1:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Gymnasium, 3485 East Hills Dr., San Jose. Llame al (800-448-3543) o visite RedCrossBlood.org Para cita Arte del Vidrio Lugar: Community School of Music & Arts 230 san antonio circle Mtn view, ca 94040 Info: 408.993.2244 La Cultura Cura Día: Sábado 23 de enero Hora: 3pm- 9pm Lugar:CTC 749 Story Road, San Jose Informes: 408.510.1377

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Prevención contra el crimen en San José Autoridades y vecinos unidos contra el crimen Día: Sábado 23 de enero Hora: 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Lugar: Roosevelt Community Center 901 East Santa Clara St. San Jose, CA 95116 ¿Compones temas musicales latinos? Participa en el concurso anual “peermusic” a cargo de la fundación BMI. Participan : Jóvenes de 16 y 24 años (tienen que permanecer a una Escuela o Universidad) Fecha límite: 8 de febrero de 2010 Informes: Porfirio Piña Director, peermusic Latin Scholarship BMI Foundation, Inc. Los Angeles 8730 Sunset Blvd. 3rd Floor West West Hollywood, CA 90069-2211 (310) 659-9109 Meditaciones a colores Dirigido a seres humanos responsables y enfocados en su crecimiento personal, espiritual y colectivo para crear un mundo de armonía, educación y amor. Días: Miércoles 8-9pm Domingos 11- 12pm Lugar: 2175 The Alameda S. 105 San Jose CA 95126 Informes: (408) 720-9669 Tutankhamun y la Edad de Oro Exhibición majestuosa en el Museo de Young Días: Hasta marzo 2010 Lugar: Museo de Young 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive John F. Kennedy Drive, Golden Gate Park San Francisco, CA Info: (415) 750-3600 www.tutsanfrancisco.org

SCORE Consejeros para los Pequeños negocios de América Lugar: 84 West Santa Clara St, San Jose Info: www.svscore.org Servicios de Inmigración Organización de San José que ayuda a inmigrantes S.I.R.E.N Lugar: 1425 Koll Circle Suite 109 Teléfono: (408) 453-3003 San Jose, CA 95112 (Entre la 4ta. Y Gish) www.siren-bayarea.org TOLTEKAYOTL: Raíces Indígenas Exhibición a cargo del historiador Luis Gova Día: Martes a sábado De: 10 am a 4pm Hasta enero de 2010 Lugar: San Jose City College 2100 Moorpark (esquina con Bascom) A espaldas de las canchas de Raquetball Registre su CELULAR Para recibir alertas en caso de emergencia La información se recibe en español visite www.alertscc.gov Patinaje sobre hielo Días: Hasta 18 de enero 2010 Lugar: Círculo de Palmas (Entre el hotel Fairmont y Museo de Arte de San José) Entrada: $13 (0-12) $15 (13 en adelante) Nuestra Escuelita www.nuestraescuelita.org Ayuda a que sus hijos sigan desarrollando el Español Lugar: 405 South 10th Street San José CA 95112

¿Cómo ayudar a los hermanos Haitianos? Por Rosario Vital - El Observador

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a Cruz Roja del Área de la Bahía sigue recibiendo contribuciones de gente que desee ayudar. Las personas pueden donar a la Cruz Roja visitando www.redcrossbayarea.org o llamando (888) 4HELP-BAY. La Asociación de Enfermera de California está registrando voluntarios para proveer asistencia médica en Haiti. Enfermeras voluntarias pueden inscribirse visitando www.nationalnursesunited.org . El Departamento de Estado está recaudando dinero via texto. Voluntarios pueden textear "HAITI" al 90999 para donar $10 a la Cruz Roja El gobierno pide a a la gente a que localice

a miembros de su familia llamando al Departamento de Estado marcando (888) 407-4747. Donativos Esta organizaciones reciben donativos para ayudar a los Haitianos. - InterAction, Una coalición con base en los Estados Unidos. Visite su página web http://www.interaction.org/crisis-list/earthquake-haiti Para donar $5 a Wyclef Jean's Haitian Yele puede textear al 501501. El dinero sera agregado en su recibo telefónico. Si desea ayudar visite en el Comité Internacional de Rescate visite http://www.theIRC.org or call toll free, 1-877REFUGEE. También puede donar a Oxfam's emergency visitando http://www.oxfam.org.uk


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¿ESTAMOS LISTOS PARA UN TERREMOTO?

Hay que estar listos para un desastre como éste ocurrido en Haiti el pasado 12 de enero. El terremoto de 7,0 ha destruido a una gran parte de la población. Por Rosario Vital - El Observador o hay que ser “Nostradamus” para pronosticar un sismo en California. El Área de la Bahía ha sentido recientemente sismos. Un fuerte terremoto de 6,5 en Eureka ha sido declarado estado de emergencia. En Haití un terremoto de 7.0 ha destruido esta zona y ha dejado miles de muertos y millones de afectados. Queremos que esté preparado y sepa qué hacer en casos de sismos. A continuación los pasos a seguir proporcionados por el Estudio Geofísico de los Estados Unidos (USGS). Infórmese en nuestro calendario comunitario sobre las clases de CERT. PASO 1-Identifique los peligros potenciales en su hogar y comience a corregirlos Cuando la tierra tiembla, todo dentro de su hogar se mueve. Las cosas se caen de los estantes, los objetos colgantes se desprenden de las paredes, los vidrios se rompen, los muebles pesados, televisores y las computadoras pueden moverse por el cuarto PASO 2-Haga un plan de desastre Platique con su familia o compañeros de vivienda sobre los terremotos y por qué necesita prepararse para enfrentarlos. Asegúrese que todos los miembros de su familia o compañeros de vivienda sepan qué hacer antes, durante y después de un terremoto. Planifique dónde se encontrarán después de un desastre PASO 3-Prepare equipos de provisiones en caso de un desastre Mantenga un equipo hogareño en caso de desastres en envases grandes a prueba de agua que puedan moverse fácilmente y por lo menos tenga provisiones para 3- a 5-días. Agua, comida enlatada, medicina , ropa que abrigue, dinero en efectivo, radio, linterna y baterias. PASO 4-Identifique las debilidades potenciales de su edificio y comience a repararlas ¿Su hogar, condominio, o apartamento podrá resistir un terremoto?. Edificios construídos o remodelados antes de 1978 son más propensos a sufrir daños en un terremoto porque no fueron construídos

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de acuerdo a los códigos de construcción moderna. PASO 5-Protéjase durante el sacudimiento de un terremoto • “AGÁCHESE, CÚBRASE Y AGÁRRESE.” Cuando sienta un temblor fuerte, agáchese al piso, métase debajo de una mesa o un escritorio resistente y agárrese firmemente hasta que pare el sacudimiento de tierra. • No se pare en los marcos de las puertas y no salga afuera. • Aléjese de las paredes y las ventanas exteriores, albañilería dañada (tales como chimeneas), muebles altos y cuadros o espejos colgados. • Si no puede meterse debajo de un escritorio o mesa, agáchese al piso contra una pared interior y protéjase la cabeza y el cuello con sus brazos. • Si está cocinando, apague la estufa antes de buscar refugio. • Si está en un edificio alto, evite las ventanas. No use los elevadores. • Después del sacudimiento de tierra, prenda el radio para escuchar información acerca del terremoto. PASO 6-Después de un terremoto, revise por lesiones y daños. Anticipe réplicas sísmicas (terremotos secundarios) y tome acción para protegerse, “AGÁCHESE, CÚBRASE Y AGÁRRESE.” Cuando el terremoto deje de temblar, vea si su familia ha sufrido lesiones y si su hogar ha sufrido daños. PASO 7-Manténgase a salvo • Cerciórese de que su hogar esté fuera de peligro antes de ocuparlo y que no haya riesgo de que se derrumbe por réplicas sísmicas (terremotos secundarios). • Esté seguro que no haya escapes de gas en su hogar antes de encender fuego o de usar algunos aparatos eléctricos o mecánicos que podrían generar chispas (interruptores de luz, generadores, serruchos cadeneros o vehículos de motor). • Verifique si hay derrames químicos, cables eléctricos o cañerías de agua rotas. Es muy peligroso que el agua toque los cables rotos. • Desconecte los accesorios o artefactos eléctricos. Podrían causar incendios cuando la electricidad sea restaurada.

• Cuando esté adentro, nunca use estufas de campo, linternas o calentadores de gas o kerosén, parrillas de gas o de carbón, generadores de gas, ya que puede escapar el gas mortal de monóxido de carbono y causar incendios durante las réplicas sísmicas (terremotos secundarios).

Manténgase informado • Prenda un radio portátil o del auto para escuchar informaciones y consejos de seguridad • Llame a su contacto fuera de la ciudad, digales su situación y deje de usar el teléfono. (Leer artículo completo en www.el-observador.com)

When the last angel falls, the fight for mankind begins.

Invite you and a guest to a special advance screening in San Jose on Thursday, January 21 For your chance to receive a pass, contact the offices of EL OBSERVADOR beginning today, Friday, January 15 between the hours of 9am – 5pm. Call us at (408) 457-1038 and tell us your name and daytime phone number or go to www.el-observador.com SCREEN GEMS PRESENTS A BOLD FILMS PRODUCTION A FILM BY SCOTT STEWART “LEGION” PAUL BETTANY LUCAS BLACK TYRESE GIBSON ADRIANNE PALICKI CHARLES S. DUTTON JON TENNEY KEVIN DURAND WILLA HOLLAND MUSIC WITH KATE WALSH AND DENNIS QUAID MUSICBY JOHN FRIZZELL SUPERVISOR CHRIS DOURIDAS COEXECUTIVE PRODUCERS STEVE BESWICK MARC SADEGHI PRODUCERS SCOTT STEWART JONATHAN ROTHBART EXECUTIVE PRODUCED PRODUCER GARY MICHAEL WALTERS BY DAVID LANCASTER AND MICHEL LITVAK WRITTEN DIRECTED BY PETER SCHINK AND SCOTT STEWART BY SCOTT STEWART

Passes are limited and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last. Limit two, admit two, pass per person/household. No purchase necessary. This film is rated R. Passes received through this promotion do not guarantee you a seat at the theatre. Seating is on a first come first serve basis. Except for members of the reviewing press. Theatre is overbooked to ensure a full house. No admittance once screening has begun. All federal, state and local regulations apply. A recipient of tickets assumes any and all risks related to use of ticket, and accepts any restrictions required by ticket provider. Screen Gems, Terry Hines & Associates, El Observador and their affiliates accept no responsibility or liability in connection with any loss or accident incurred in connection with use of a prize. Tickets cannot be exchanged, transferred or redeemed for cash, in whole or in part. We are not responsible if, for any reason, winner is unable to use his/her ticket in whole or in part. Not responsible for lost; delayed or misdirected entries. All federal and local taxes are the responsibility of the winner. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. Participating sponsors their employees & family members and their agencies are not eligible. TICKETS RECEIVED THROUGH THIS PROMOTION ARE NOT FOR RESALE.

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It s Still Important to Protect Yourself From the H1N1 Flu Virus

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an Jose, California - The Santa Clara County Public Health Department is encouraging county residents to get vaccinated against pandemic H1N1 influenza. Pandemic H1N1 flu still poses a serious health risk and getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself against the H1N1 flu virus. National Influenza Vaccination Week is an annual observance to highlight the importance of flu vaccinations after the holiday season into January and beyond. Raising awareness about getting vaccinated right now is more important than ever because most county residents still have not received their H1N1 vaccination. Supplies of the H1N1 vaccine were limited in the fall, when most people typically consider getting vaccinated. Now is a good time to get vaccinated because the H1N1 vaccine is more widely available and the H1N1 virus is still causing serious illness in Santa Clara County. Up until last week, the H1N1 vaccine had been directed only for those at high risk for illness or serious complications from the H1N1 flu virus. Now it is available to the general public and anyone who hasn’t received his/her H1N1 flu vaccination should contact their provider to get it. Retail pharmacies are also offering the H1N1 vaccine. The Public Health Department is using this opportunity to raise awareness about the need to get vaccinated against the pandemic H1N1 flu at a time when demand for the vaccine may drop significantly. While no one can predict whether there will be a third wave of H1N1 flu as has been experienced with other flu pandemics, we do know if more people are vaccinated, the disease is less likely to spread in the coming months. Every year, certain days during National Influenza Vaccination Week are designated to highlight the importance for different groups to get vaccinated. This year’s national schedule includes a special focus on: healthcare workers, people with chronic conditions, children, pregnant women, young adults, and seniors. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released 30- and 60-second public service announcements urging people to get vaccinated. To view the PSA, visit http://www.cdc.gov/CDCTV/INever/ If you have not received your vaccination yet, you should get it as soon as possible. Contact your healthcare provider to see if he/she has received the H1N1 vaccine. To find a retail provider near you, enter your zip code in the Flu Vaccine Locator box at www.sccphd.org. If you don’t have health insurance, check the Public Health Department’s website at www.sccphd.org for information about how to get the H1N1 vaccine.

“Como me duelen los pies” es una frase que a menudo se escucha de las mujeres embarazadas. Pero, ¿es el dolor de pies un síntoma con el cual deben convivir durante el embarazo? De acuerdo con el Colegio de Cirujanos de Pies y Tobillos de los Estados Unidos (ACFAS) la respuesta es “no”. Existen muchos métodos para ayudar a aliviar el dolor en los pies. Según Marybeth Crane, DPM, FACFAS, una cirujana de pies y tobillos del área de Dallas, las mujeres a menudo sienten dolor en los pies durante el embarazo debido al incremento de peso, la inestabilidad y la hinchazón en los pies. “Durante los últimos cinco años, he notado un incremento en las mujeres embarazadas con dolor en los pies debido a que hay más mujeres activas, incluso que corren maratones, durante sus embarazos”, afirmó la Dra. Crane. ACFAS recomienda las siguientes pautas para ayudar a mitigar el dolor en los pies durante el embarazo. Pies con dolor, hinchados: las mujeres embarazadas a menudo sienten los pies punzantes e hinchados debido a la excesiva acumulación de líquido (edema) en los pies a causa del peso y la posición del bebé. A fin de reducir la hinchazón, coloque los pies en alto siempre que sea posible, estire las piernas con frecuencia, use calzado cómodo y ancho y no cruce las piernas cuando esté sentada. Dolor en el arco del pie: el dolor en el arco del pie se puede deber tanto a la fatiga en el arco como a la pronación excesiva (o al pie plano). La pronación excesiva ocurre debido a un desgaste excesivo del ligamento (la fascia plantar) que sostiene erguido el arco del pie. La mejor manera de prevenir el dolor en el arco del pie es estirarlo todos los días a la mañana y antes y después de cualquier ejercicio, no camine descalza y use zapatos que soporte bien el pie y de tacón bajo. Calambres en los pies: estos dolorosos calambres se deben a un aumento del volumen sanguíneo y a los altos niveles de progesterona causados por el embarazo. Para evitar calambres, incremente la circulación rotando los tobillos y elevando los pies cuando este sentada. Si los calambres persisten, intente dar vueltas a la manzana caminando e incluya estiramientos diarios de los músculos de las pantorrillas. Uñas encarnadas: la tensión excesiva debido a zapatos ajustados pueden provocar dolorosas uñas encarnadas. Dele un respiro a sus pies: use calzado más ancho durante el último trimestre del embarazo para evitar que se encarnen las uñas. Si tiene una uña encarnada, evite probar la “cirugía en el baño”. Cortar repetidamente la uña puede causar que el problema empeore con el tiempo. Es mejor buscar un tratamiento por parte de un cirujano de pies y tobillos. También es habitual que las mujeres sufran un cambio en el tamaño de sus pies durante el embarazo. “Puede ocurrir un crecimiento permanente en los pies de las mujeres, hasta media talla, debido a la liberación de la misma hormona, relaxina, que permite que la pelvis se abra para dar a luz al bebé. Vuelve más flexibles a los ligamentos de sus pies, lo que causa que los pies se vuelvan más anchos y más largos”, Añadió la Dra. Crane. El embarazo y la futura maternidad deben ser una alegría. Si el dolor en los pies persiste, una visita a un cirujano de pies y tobillos puede producir alivio con tratamientos conservadores tales como la terapia física, órtesis del pie, calzado que sostenga bien el pie y procedimientos menores en las uñas.


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¿Cómo protegerte de los envidiosos?

Por Mario Jiménez Castillo El Observador l 2010 se perfila como un año de grandes esperanzas, y aunque por todos es sabido nos espera por fin salir a flote en cuanto a la recesión económica, por ello debemos mantenernos optimistas, y no esta por demás buscar una pequeña ayuda en objetos considerados como reliquias para llamar la buena suerte. Los talismanes desde épocas antiguas han sido considerados como objetos de gran valor místico que al ser utilizados de la manera correcta, pueden atraer buenas vibras y buena fortuna a su usuario. Los amuletos por su parte son objetos que se pueden cargar consigo para contrarrestar malas vibraciones y fuerzas negativas. Talismanes para el trabajo y el dinero Entre los más efectivos se encuentran las pirámides, los diversos tipos de budas, las figuras relacionadas al sol y la luna, el pentagrama, los cristales de cuarzo, las piedras ojo de tigre y ojo de gato, las figuras de jade, la estrella de David, la herradura de caballo, las figuras de elefantes, los

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arbolitos de bambú, las matas de ruda, los espejos octagonales, figuras decorativas del feng shui, la piedra imán, el ojo de Horus, la figura del trébol de cuatro hojas, las campanillas de viento, una estampa o cuadro de San Martín Caballero y las puntas de las flechas. Estos talismanes se utilizan de manera decorativa en el hogar, la oficina, los comercios y cualquier centro de trabajo. Para mayor efectividad deben limpiarse periódicamente, y deben comenzar a utilizarse en día jueves, día relacionado con Júpiter el planeta de la expansión. Talismanes para el amor Lo más recomendado para contar con buena estrella en el amor son los cristales de cuarzo rosa, las velas color rosa, las matas y flores de lavanda y cualquier objeto relacionado con el planeta Venus y la Diosa Afrodita. Los cristales de cuarzo deben colocarse en pares, se les debe limpiar semanalmente con agua mineral y se exponen al sol una vez al mes. Los talismanes deben ser maniobrados únicamente por su dueño. Estos talismanes deben usarse comenzando en

día viernes, día relacionado a Venus, el planeta asociado al amor. Amuletos de protección Muy efectivos son aquellos relacionados con figuras celestiales como los escapularios de la Virgen del Carmen y San Antonio, las medallitas de San Cristóbal, San Miguel Arcángel, Santa Bárbara, San Alejo, la medalla milagrosa y las siete potencias.

Toda imagen que represente a Dios, Jesucristo, las advocaciones de la Virgen María y los Santos; los cuadros con motivos angelicales, los salmos bíblicos, las estampitas de vírgenes y santos, los rosarios, los crucifijos, la cruz de Caravaca, los libros de oraciones, las novenas y las cadenas de oraciones. Comience a utilizar amuletos en día domingo, día asociado al “poder divino”.

Open Seats on Alum Rock Union School District

Citizen’s Measure G Bond Oversight Committee The Alum Rock Union School District Citizen’s Oversight Committee currently has two openings - to replace one member active in a business organization representing the business community located in the district, and one member active in a bona-fide taxpayers association. The purpose of the Citizen Oversight Committee is to inform the public and to ensure that the June 2008 voter-approved Measure G funds are spent as promised to the public. Committee meets quarterly. Further information and the application are available on the website at www.arusd.org or by calling Patricia Tovar at 408928-6846. DEADLINE:

Applicants will need to fill out the application form and submit it by January 29, 2010 to:

Alum Rock Union School District Attention: Rebecca Wright – Assistant Superintendent 2930 Gay Ave San Jose, CA


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Jaime Camil y Blanca Soto listos para decir Regresa México, (Notimex). aime Camil y Blanca Soto son los protagonistas de “Regresa”, una comedia romántica escrita y dirigida por Alejandro González Padilla, que llegará a la cartelera nacional el próximo 22 de enero con 300 copias. “Ernesto” (Camil) es un alto ejecutivo que nunca tiene tiempo para convivir con su esposa, ni siquiera para celebrar alguno de sus aniversarios. Siempre se le ve con el celular en la mano arreglando asuntos con “los gringos” o con los chinos, con el fin de incrementar su fortuna. El comportamiento de “Ernesto” es la razón por la que “María” (Blanca Soto) tomará una severa determinación que lle vará sus vidas al extremo y las modificará de alguna manera. Se trata de una película llena de algunos momentos humorísticos, sobre todo con la participación de quien por su forma de reír hace recordar al fallecido actor Luis Manuel Pelayo.

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ith an extensive background in television, former member of RBD, ANAHI released her debut solo album this past November. ANAHI is one of the most memorable figures in show business, and without a doubt has made a huge impact amongst the fans. Her main role in the TV series, Rebelde, gave her the opportunity to be a member of the global phenomenon known as RBD. The group went on to sell multiple gold and platinum records, world tours, prizes and the biggest musical event of the last decade. Along with the group, ANAHI toured the world. Visiting more than 23 countries, 116 cities, selling over 10 million albums, 17 million digital downloads, 2 million tickets sold, 20 million merchandising items, 4 million DVD’s are among the many achievements of which, ANAHI, was undoubtedly an essential part of.

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ederal agents once again match wits with a cadre of creative killers in the high-octane feature-length film Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball. Walter Weed (Tom Berenger) is an unassuming desk jockey at the FBI when the Bureau uncovers a plot to assassinate him. A team of degenerate, psychotic assassins dispatched by mystery man Hal Leuco to win a huge bounty includes a resourceful beauty who has a unique method of killing her prey (Martha Higareda), a power-tool wielding psychopath (Vinnie Jones) and a deadly master of disguise (Tommy Flanagan). Also in the hunt is the fan-favorite Tremor family from the original film, featuring nymphomaniacal gun-nut (Autumn Reeser) and her lethal kinfolk (Maury Sterling, Michael Parks and C. Ernst Harth).

Distinguen al Chapo de Sinaloa en Las Vegas Las Vegas, (Notimex) l cantante mexicano El Chapo de Sinaloa recibirá, como parte de los festejos por más de 25 años de carrera artística, su luminaria en el Paseo de las Estrellas de esta ciudad, misma que develará el 4 de marzo próximo. Ernesto Pérez, “El Chapo”, quien se ganó dicho sobrenombre debido a su baja estatura, será reconocido por Pablo Antonio Castro Zavala, vicepresidente del Paseo de Las Estrellas de Las Vegas. “Es un gran honor, para nuestra organización rendir un homenaje con la entrega de una estrella, a un gran artista del género regional mexicano, que a lo largo de sus 25 años de brillante trayectoria, El Chapo ha logrado conquistar con su música a millones de fans de México, Estados Unidos y Centroamérica”, señaló Castro. Agrupaciones como La Banda El Recodo, Los Tigres del Norte y Los Tucanes de Tijuana, cuentan con su estrella en el famoso Paseo de las Estrellas de Las Vegas.

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l cantante mexicano Manuel Mijares negó que se haya divorciado de Lucero, incluso comentó que las pasadas fiestas navideñas las pasaron juntos. “Hasta ahorita estamos tranquilos, pasamos las fiestas y estuvimos juntos”, declaró al micrófono del programa a su llegada al Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México procedente de Miami el pasado fin de semana. Negó los rumores de que haya un tercero en discordia y dijo “son cosas que saca la prensa o algunos periodistas. y realmente el trabajo de ustedes sería más interesante si van y le preguntan a la persona que lo puso”.

Solterita es mejor Mexico, (Notimex)

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a actriz Jacqueline Bracamontes afirmó que está solterita y feliz de la vida, por lo que desmintió que mantenga una relación con un industrial mexicano como se especuló en algunos medios. La artista jalisciense dijo que quiere mantenerse tranquila y no darle sobresaltos al corazón por el momento y que disfruta plenamente de su familia y sus amigos, y que aunque sí hay pretendientes no hay nada serio por el momento.

Máncora: Historia de amor y pasión Por Rosario Vital El Observador

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ara que toda película tenga éxito tiene que contar con un buen guionista y quién mejor que Oscar Torres. El joven salvadoreño de larga experiencia cinematográfica escribió Voces Inocentes, su primer guión de cine sobre la brutal guerra salvadoreña y fue todo un éxito. También escribió la película “La mujer de mi hermano” otro éxito más. “Cuando estoy solo me distraigo, cuando estoy en compañía me puedo concentrar e inspirar para escribir guiones”, dijo a EO. Torres no necesita ir hasta las playas norteñas del Perú para escribir “Máncora”. Título de esta película que ya está en DVD y que tuvo lugar en “Máncora” una playa paradi siaca en el país andino. Se concentra en los personajes y así fluyen las historias que han dado el éxito en los diferentes festivales cinematográficos. No por algo ha recibido 60 reconocimientos de la crítica de todo el mundo incluyendo el premio a la Mejor Película en el Festival de Cine de Berlin en el 2005. La película cuenta la historia de Santiago Pautrat (el pe-

ruano Jason Day), cuya vida se transforma para siempre cuando se entera que su padre se ha arrojado de un puente. Es que la tragedia decide a su hermanastra Ximena (la española Elsa Pataky) que vive en Madrid, de que es hora de viajar a Lima para estar con Santiago, y lo hace acompañada de su esposo Iñigo (el norteamericano de orígen cubano Enrique Murciano). Pero cuando llegan, se topan con la noticia de que, superado por los acontecimientos, Santiago ha decidido marcharse a la Máncora del título, una hermosa playa ubicada al norte del país, a la que tanto él como Ximena solían ir cuando eran niños. Los que se hayan perdido esta verdadera joya del cine peruano, ahora podrán verla en DVD a partir del 12 de este mes. Ahora”Máncora” puede verse en español con subtítulos en inglés, y tiene un precio de venta al público de $ 19.98. Torres sigue trabajando en proyectos cinematográficos y piensa lanzar uno titulado Madre de Dios un guión parecido a AVATAR. “Coincidentemente escribí algo relacionado al planeta, naturaleza y humanidad, muy parecido a Avatar y cuando salga estoy seguro que les va a encantar”, concluye el escritor. Mientras tanto sigue viviendo entre México y Los Angeles y con muchos escritos de por medio.


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LEGAL NOTICES FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 531976 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Collins-Pratt Consulting, 20 Descanso Drive, Unit 1438, San Jose, CA 95134, S anta Clara Co. Tara Pratt, 20 Descanso Drive, Unit 1438, S an Jose, CA 95134, Robert Collins, Jr., 300 Klein Ave, Vallejo, CA 94592. This business is c onducted by a gener al partnership registrants have not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) Tara Pratt Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/14/2009 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532066 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Haury Properties, LLC, 111 S Gordon Way, Los Altos, CA 94022, Santa Clara Co. Haury Properties, LLC., 111 S Gordon Way, Los Altos, CA 94022. This business is conducted by a limited liability company registrants began doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed here in January 2000. “I declare that all informa tion in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true informa tion which he or she kno ws to be false is guilty of a crime.) Haury Properties, LLC Thomas G Haury/Managing Member Jan. 15, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/16/2009

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532961 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Nor Cal Co Driwall, 1147 Oakview Rd., San Jose, CA 95121, Santa Clara Co. Abel Chavez, 628 Moraga, Livermore, CA 94550. This business is c onducted by an individual registrant began doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed here in 12/31/2003. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) Abel Chavez Jan. 15, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 1/13/2010 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532862 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: NHA Investments, Prestige Realty, 200 Serra Way, Ste 44, Milpitas, CA 95035, S anta Clara Co. PRF Enterprise, 289 Long Valley Ct., San Jose, CA 95138. This business is conducted by a corporation registrant has not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilty of a crime.) PRF Enterprise Dylan H Nguyen Jan. 15, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 1/11/2010 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532854 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as:

D & L Janitorial Services, 2996 Knights Bridge, San Jose, CA 95132, S anta Clara Co. Angelica Ortiz, 2996 Knights Bridge, San Jose, CA 95132. This business is conducted by an individual registrant began doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed here in 04/04/2001. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A r egistrant who declar es as true informa tion which he or she kno ws to be false is guilt y of a crime.) Angelica Ortiz Jan. 15, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 1/11/2010 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532855 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Montague Valero, 1298 Montague Exp. Way, San Jose, CA 95131, Santa Clara Co. Aadij Investment Inc., 22092, San Fernando CT., Cupertino, CA 95014. This business is conducted by a corporation registrant began doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed here in 08/02/2004. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilty of a crime.) Aadij Investment Inc Jatin P Parikh/Officer V.P. Jan. 15, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 1/11/2010 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532159 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Tire & Wheel Discounts, 4238 Monterey Rd Suite B. San Jose, CA 95122, Santa Clara Co. Karim Beltran, 355 Wolfe Rd #416, Sunnyvale, CA 94085, Amy Beltran, 335 Wolfe Rd #416, Sunnyvale, CA 94085. This business is conducted by a general partnership registrants have not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names list ed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilty of a crime.) Amy Beltran Jan. 15, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/18/2009 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532744 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Arias Janitorial Service, 2637 Puccini Ave, San Jose, CA 95122, Santa Clara Co. Jorge Arias, 2637 Puccini Ave, San Jose, CA 95122. This business is conducted by an individual registrant began doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed here in 01/07/2010. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) Jorge Arias Jan. 15, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 1/07/2010 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 110CV161082 Superior Court of California, County of Santa ClaraIn the matter of the application of: Jiewei Li, Ruohong Chen, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The court finds that petitioners Jiewei Li, Ruohong Chen, have filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk


www.el-observador.com | JAN 15 - 22, 2010 | 19 of this court for a decree changing names as follows: a. Chenchen Li to Brenda Chenchen Li THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of names should not be granted on 03/16/2010 at 8:45 am, Room 107: located at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95113. A copy of the Order to Show cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in El Observador, a newspaper of general circulation, printed in the county of Santa Clara. Jan. 8, 2010 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Jan.15, 22, 29; Feb. 05, 2010 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 109CV158978 Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara-In the matter of the application of: Alicia Nemitz & Peter Aliifua, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The court finds that petitioners Alicia Nemitz & Peter Aliifua, have filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk of this court for a decree changing names as follows: a. Mailee Keiasia Fulsom to Mailee Keiasia Aliifua THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of names should not be granted on 02/16/2010 at 8:45 am, Room 107: located at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95113. A copy of the Order to Show cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in El Observador, a newspaper of general circulation, printed in the county of Santa Clara. Dec. 9, 2009 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Jan.15, 22, 29; Feb. 05, 2010

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532538 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Laca Restaurant and Bar, 1725 Rogers Ave #A, San Jose, CA 95112, S anta Clara Co. Van Lam, 2191 Del Franco St #B, San Jose, CA 95131. This business is conducted by an individual registrant has not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilty of a crime.) Van Lam Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 01/04/2010 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532439 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: TChips, 873 Mar anta A ve, Sunn yvale, C A 94087, Santa Clara Co. Shy-Horng Roger Wang, 873 Mar anta Ave, Sunn yvale, C A 94087. This business is conducted by an individual registrant has not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilty of a crime.) Shy-Horng Roger Wang Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/30/2009

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532690 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Lenix Consulting, 2127 S antoro Lane, S an Jose, CA 95124, S anta Clara C o. Mar ta Irene Arango Donadio, 2127 Santoro Lane, San Jose,

CA 95124. This business is conducted by an individual registrant has not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.)

Patricia Alton Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/11/2010

Marta I Arngo D. Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 01/06/2010

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 109CV159532 Superior Court of C alifornia, County of S anta Clara-In the matter of the application of: JonPaul Thompson, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The court finds that petitioner Jon-Paul Thompson has filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk of this c ourt for a decr ee changing names as follows: a. Jon-Paul Thompson to JonPaul Giannini THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, wh y the petition for change of names should not be gr anted on 02/23/2010 a t 8:45 am, Room 107: located at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95133. A c opy of the O rder to Show cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in El Observador, a newspaper of gener al cir culation, prin ted in the county of Santa Clara.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532442 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: J .V. C attle C o. 240 Gurries D r., Gilr oy, C A 95020, Santa Clara Co. Joe G Vargas, 240 Gurries Dr., Gilroy, CA 95020. This business is conducted by an individual r egistrant has not y et begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilt y of a crime.) Joe G Vargas Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/30/2009

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532440 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Perez Income Tax, 459 S Capitol Ave #2, San Jose, C A 95127, S anta Clar a C o. Guadalupe Perez, 4249, S anta Susana Way, S an Jose, C A 95111, Mayra L Perez, 4249 Santa Susana Way, San Jose, CA 95111. This business is conducted by husband and wife r egistrants began doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed here in 10/08/2004. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilt y of a crime.) Guadalupe Perez Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/30/2009 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532628 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Debt Bills, Debt Bills.com, Debt Bills Corporation, 3411 Thomas Rd., Suite 1, Santa Clara, CA 95054, Santa Clara Co. SMH Financial Group Inc., 189 Sierra Ct., Morgan Hill, CA 95037. This business is conducted by a corporation registrant has not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilty of a crime.) SMH Financial Group Inc. Sayed Hashimi Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 01/05/2010 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 531929 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: MK r entals & P roperty Managemen t, 543 River View Drive, San Jose, CA 95111, Santa Clara Co. Patricia Alton, 543 River View Drive, San Jose, CA 95111. This business is conducted by an individual registrant has not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.)

Dec. 17, 2009 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Jan. 08, 15, 22, 29, 2010 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 110CV160745 Superior Court of C alifornia, County of S anta Clara-In the matter of the application of: Yuan Chen, Peng Zhang, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The court finds that petitioners Yuan Chen, Peng Zhang, have filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk of this court for a decree changing names as follows: a. Fengyuan Zhang to Sally Fengyuan Zhang THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indica ted below to show cause, if an y, why the petition for change of names should not be granted on 03/16/2010 at 8:45 am, Room 107: located at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95133. A copy of the Order to Show cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in El Observador, a newspaper of gener al cir culation, prin ted in the county of Santa Clara. Jan. 5, 2010 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Jan. 08, 15, 22, 29, 2010 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 109CV160447 Superior Court of C alifornia, County of S anta Clara-In the matter of the application of: Heidy Arroyo, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The court finds that petitioner Heidi Arroyo has filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk of this court for a decree changing names as follows: a. Shanty Patricia Garcia Arroyo to Shanty Patricia Arroyo THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this ma tter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, wh y the petition for change of names should not be gr anted on 03/09/2010 a t 8:45 am, Room 107: located at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95133. A c opy of the O rder to Show cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in El Observador, a newspaper of gener al cir culation, prin ted in the county of Santa Clara. Dec. 29, 2009 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Jan. 08, 15, 22, 29, 2010 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 110CV160651 Superior Court of C alifornia, County of S anta Clara-In the matter of the application of: Seungmoon Yoo/Jimin Im, TO ALL INTERESTED PER SONS: The court finds that petitioner Seungmoon

Yoo/Jimin Im have filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk of this c ourt for a decr ee changing names as follo ws: a. Seungmoon Yoo to Scott Seungmoon Yoo b. Jimin Im t o Faith Jimin Yoo THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, wh y the petition for change of names should not be gr anted on 03/09/2010 a t 8:45 am, Room 107: located at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95133. A c opy of the O rder to Show cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in El Observador, a newspaper of gener al cir culation, prin ted in the county of Santa Clara. Jan 04, 2010 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Jan. 08, 15, 22, 29, 2010

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532386 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: ABF Clean, 978 Vermont St., S an Jose, C A 95126, Santa Clara Co. Ana B Flores, 978 Vermont St., San Jose, CA 95126. This business is conducted b y an individual r egistrant began doing business under the fictitious business name or names list ed here in 10/16/09. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) Ana B Flores Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/28/2009 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532273 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Hana Innosys, 1551 McCarthy Blvd., Ste 201, Milpitas, CA 95035 Santa Clara Co. Hana Micron America, Inc., 1551 McCarthy Blvd., Ste 201, Milpitas, CA 95035. This business is conducted by a corporation registrant has not y et begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true informa tion which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.) Hana Micron America Inc Soon Beom Lee/General Manager Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/23/2009

doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilt y of a crime.) Southeast Investment SYNB. INC Nancy Hoang/Treasurer Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/21/2009

Maria Elena S. Cisneros Dec. 18, 25; Jan. 1, 8, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 11/24/2009

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532202 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: VMC Solutions Tom Wynn, 279 Whitclem Way, Palo Alto, CA 94306, Santa Clara Co. Thanh Cong Nguyen, 279 Whitclem Way, Palo Alto, CA 94306. This business is conducted by an individual registrant began doing business under the fictitious business name or names list ed her e in 0101/2010. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true informa tion which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532107 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Altos Real Estate, 10795 Peninsular Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014, S anta Clara C o. Harrison Spear, INC., 10795 Peninsular Ave, San Jose, CA 95014. This business is conducted by a corporation, registrant has not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.)

Thanh Cong Nguyen Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/21/2009

Harrison Spear INC. Stephen A. Elich/President Dec. 25; Jan. 1, 8, 15, 2010 This sta tement w as filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/17/2009

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 109CV159200 Superior Court of C alifornia, County of S anta Clara-In the matter of the applica tion of: Yekaterina Zaslavsky/Dmitry Khalyavin, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The court finds that petitioner Yekatrina Zaslavsky/Dmitry Khalyavin, has filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk of this court for a decree changing names as follows: a. Yekatrina Zaslavsky to Yekatrina Halavin b. Dmitry Khalyavin to Dmitry Halavin THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of names should not be gr anted on 02/23/2010 at 8:45 am, Room 107: loca ted at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95133. A copy of the Order to Show cause shall be published a t least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in E l Observador, a newspaper of general circulation, printed in the county of Santa Clara. Dec. 11, 2009 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Jan. 01, 08, 15, 22, 2010 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532373 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Integrity Real Estate, 18585 Monterey Rd Ste 140, Morgan Hill, CA 95037, S anta Clara Co. PPSV & Associates INC., 18585 Monterey Rd., Ste 140, Morgan Hill, CA 95037. This business is conducted by a corporation registrant began doing business under the fictitious business name or names listed here in 12/28/09. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true information which he or she kno ws to be false is guilt y of a crime.)

Date of Filing Application: December 28, 2009 To Whom It May Concern: The Name of the Applicant is/are: Spatola Giuseppe Spatola Veronica Uribe The applicant listed above is applying to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to sell alcoholic beverages at: 350 W Julian St Bldg 1 San Jose, CA 95110-2305

PPSV & Associates INC Heidi Mendoza Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 2010 This statement was filed with the County of Santa Clara on 12/28/2009

Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control 100 Paseo de San Antonio Room 119, San Jose, CA 95113 (408) 277-1200 Published on January 1, 8, 15, 2009

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 532214 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: Hotpot Palace Buffet, 1628 Hostetter Rd. #F & G, San Jose, CA 95131, Santa Clara Co. Southeast Investment SYNB, INC., 115 E Gish Rd., #246, San Jose, CA 95112. This business is conducted by a corporation registrant has not y et begun

is conducted by a gener al par tnership, registrants have not yet begun doing business under the fictitious business name or names list ed hereon. “I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.” (A registrant who declares as true informa tion which he or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime.)

Type of license applied for: 41-ON-SALE BEER AND WINE - EATING PLACE

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 531420 The following person(s) is(are) doing business as: El Mercadito, 3054 Alum Rock A ve Suite A, San Jose, CA 95127, Santa Clara Co. Maria Elena S. Cisner os, 166 Rev ey A ve #4, S an Jose , C A 95128, Maria E ugenia S. Cisner os, 2217 Manhathan Way, Modesto, CA 95358. This business

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 109CV159607 Superior Court of C alifornia, County of S anta Clara-In the matter of the application of: Acoka Haryanto, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The court finds that petitioner Acoka Haryanto, has filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk of this court for a decree changing names as follows: a. Acoka Haryanto to Harry Acoka Haryanto THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of names should not be granted on 03/02/2010 a t 8:45 am, Room 107: located at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95133. A copy of the Order to Show cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in El Observador, a newspaper of gener al circulation, printed in the county of Santa Clara. Dec. 18, 2009 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Dec. 25; Jan. 01, 08, 15, 2010 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME NO. 109CV159526 Superior Court of C alifornia, County of S anta Clara-In the matter of the application of: Bianca Marie Fregona, TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: The court finds that petitioner Bianca Marie Fregona, has filed a petition for Change of Name with the clerk of this c ourt for a decree changing names as follows: a. Bianca Marie Fregona to Betty Mary Freeman THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, wh y the petition for change of names should not be gr anted on 02/23/2010 a t 8:45 am, Room 107: located at 191 N. First Street, San Jose, CA 95133. A c opy of the O rder to Show cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in El Observador, a newspaper of gener al cir culation, prin ted in the county of Santa Clara. Dec. 17, 2009 Mary Ann Grilli Judge of the Superior Court Dec. 25; Jan. 01, 08, 15, 2010


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