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Serving the San Gabriel Valley Since 1966

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Jefferson Middle School Robotics Teams Win Championship Tournament by Mrs. Avakian San Gabriel

Jefferson Middle School’s Robotics teams “Catching Fire” and “10.0” competed at the Southern California Championship Tournament held at LegoLand on Sunday, December 8, 2013. After several months of programming and researching, both teams had scored high enough at the qualifying tournament to advance and compete at the championship level. At LegoLand, 56 teams from across California were gathered to share their

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innovative ideas in battling Nature’s Fury (this year’s First Lego League theme), robot design, programming, and teamwork. Our teams researched topics on wild fire detection and earthquake safety after visiting Angeles National Forest and Cal Tech, where they learned more about natural disasters from the experts in the fields. Teams also designed and programmed their robots to complete several tasks prescribed by FLL. “Catching Fire” and “10.0” were among the finalists who were called back after the first round of judging to answer more questions about their projects and robots. At

the end of the day, the JMS Robotics teams won Robot Performance Award, Programming Award, and 1st

place Champions Award in Southern California.

Team Coaches: Mrs. Avakian, Ms. Tom, Mr. Ayad

A Book Makes a Lasting Impression Meaningful books can definitely impact the lives of young people around the world and they certainly have in the city of San Gabriel. San Gabriel Mission High School has a school-wide summer reading program. The entire school community, including students, staff and faculty read and discuss a novel/memoir written by a strong female role model. As an all girls Catholic College Preparatory High School, SGMHS wants to motivate their young women. According to principal, Jamie Collins, “This has proved to be a very successful program and as faculty and staff, we even spend some time during our overnight retreat at the beginning of the school year sharing our thoughts on the novel.” This year the entire school read My Beloved World by Justice Sonia So-

tomayor. According to Mr. Collins, “Her story touched the entire school on a personal level and has reminded us of the potential each of our young women holds. As principal, I am proud to be a part of a community of educators that cares so much for the young women we have the privilege to teach on a daily basis. Incidentally, many of the struggles and obstacles that Justice Sotomayor faced as a young woman mirrors the struggles and obstacles our young women face

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today. This, I believe, is why letters were sent and to the her story is so powerfully surprise of the class, Justice inspiring.” Sotomayor responded. In After discussion about her letter, Justice Sotomayor the book with her Freshmen was very touched by the English class, Mary Mansell letters and as a thank you had her class write letters sent each of the students to Justice Sotomayor. The a signed photograph. She students were asked to write said, “Thank you for the about, “What was beloved gift of your letters. You are in their world and what Lasting Impression continued to page 4 were their dreams?” The

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local E V E N T S B OA R D El Monte’s Family Adventure Shuttle Travels to

AROUND THE VALLEY Tue. & Thur. 6pm-7pm

Celebrating the people, places, events, and community of the San Gabriel Valley

5:30 p.m. Departure from El Monte Trolley Station 9:00 p.m. Return Shuttle from Hastings Ranch

$6.00 per person (This is a transit service only. There are no tour guides. Children must be at least two years of age, and children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.) (A minimum of 20 passengers required per bus for each excursion.)

Shuttle tickets may be purchased at the El Monte Trolley Station, 3650 Center Avenue, El Monte, CA 91731. Sales begin November 25th, with the last date of purchase as December 18th. Advance purchase is required. For additional information, please visit the El Monte Trolley Office or go to Trolley Station Office hours for ticket sales are Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. El Monte’s Trolley Station Office closes for lunch from 12:30 – 1:15 p.m. No refunds, exchanges only. All exchanges must be at least 10 days in advance of excursion date. I.D. will be required for purchases and exchanges.

Thank you for choosing the City of El Monte for your Family Adventures.

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Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts Opens Today for Skiing And Snowboarding by Keith Hunt Mt. Baldy

Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts announced that they will be opening today for skiing and snowboarding on beginners area only. There is currently a 5-10 inch base of manmade snow. First chairlift ride on today and tomorrow will be 7.30am. “We expect nothing but clear skies in the forecast for the next 7 to 10 days. Temperatures will be in the 40’s and 50’s over the weekend with north winds, simply great weather for a day in the mountains,” states Ron Ellingson, President of Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts Inc.

“The snow tubing park will also be in operation during the day with first session at 8.00am. Tubing is an activity the entire family can enjoy. Unlike skiing or snowboarding no special equipment is required. We provide the tubes. All you have to do is dress warm and you are ready for snow tubing.” The Mt. Baldy snow tubing park is located at an altitude of 7800 feet and is reached by taking the Sugar Pine chairlift up from the ski area parking lot. Ticket packages include round trip

ride on the Sugar Pine chairlift, hour and half session and tube rental. “The Top of the Notch Restaurant and bar, adjacent to the tubing park, is open for those that would rather spectate than participate. Mt. Baldy has something for all members of the family,” concludes Ellingson. Mt. Baldy is the closest ski resort to Los Angeles, Orange County and most of the Inland Empire. The ski lifts can be reached within 60 minutes from most of these areas. Mt. Baldy is just north of Upland and

Claremont. Take the Mountain Avenue exit in Upland off the 210 Freeway and go north following signs to Mt.. Baldy Resorts. Or take the Baseline exit in Claremont and go north on Padua and turn right on Mt. Baldy Road. Mt. Baldy Road dead ends in the Ski Area parking lot. For more information about snow tubing packages and times please call 909.982.0800 or go to www.

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Around Town by Mavis Hansen What delightful weekend weather. Off with those heavy coats and sweaters and enjoy the warmth of the sun! Officially, Saturday, December 21, 2013 will be the First Day of Winter. The Arboretum District of California Garden Clubs meeting was held on Monday, December 9, 2013 in the Palm Room of the Los Angeles County Arboretum in Arcadia. Refreshments were provided by the hostess club, Floralia Guild Chapter 20. Announcement was made of a field trip to tour the E. Waldo Ward Company on Saturday, January 25, 2014. E. Waldo Ward Company has been in existence in Sierra Madre, making jams and jellies since 1891. The State Board Meeting will be held February 13 – 16, 2014 in Glendale, California. Beverly Harris, Docent and gardener was the afternoon speaker. Members were supplied with logs and trimmings of pine cones, pods, berries and things of nature and were instructed on how to make a table decoration. Just before the end of the meeting, all were surprised with a visit from Santa and his helper who presented gifts to all. There is no charge to attend a meeting and those interested in gardening are encouraged to become members. For further information contact Arboretum District Director Mary Betlack at 818-7904602. Happy Holidays from Mid Valley News was extended to all the staff and guests by the Moseley Family on Thursday, December 12, 2013 with an invitation to gather together to enjoy a delicious dinner. Many brought family recipes to share and some of the more daring participated in Karaoke singing. Singing or just socializing, everyone enjoyed the festive evening. Christmas Luncheon and Dance presented by the City of El Monte Community and Senior Services Division will be held on Thursday, December 19, 2013 at the Jack Crippen Senior Center, 3120 N. Tyler Avenue, El Monte, California. Dancing will be to the music of a Live Band: L-360. Doors will open at 10:00 AM and the Lunch will be served at 11:30 AM. For those 60 years of age and over, the cost is $2.00 and those younger $3.00. For further information, contact the

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Senior Center at 626-5802210. The El Monte Women’s Club held their annual Christmas Meeting, Program and Luncheon on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at the El Monte Community Center, 3130 N. Tyler Avenue, El Monte. President Rita Cazares began the meeting at 11:00 AM and welcomed those attending. Continuing in the annual tradition, the Christmas Program was presented by the El Monte High School Chorale Groups under the direction of their music director Mr. Joel Whistler. A special Christmas Luncheon with delicious homemade tamales, made by member Tina Huizar, enchiladas, beans, rice and deserts was enjoyed. January 9, 2014 Bunco Chairman Elsie Neilson announced Potato Lunch will be held and prizes will be awarded. Membership is open to all women interested in service to the community. Meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of each month at 11:00 AM in the El Monte Community Center. There is no charge to attend meetings and guest are always welcome. For further information contact the Membership Chairman, Esthela Torres deSiegrist at 626-442-0354 A wonderful season to ENJOY, see you soon someplace AROUND TOWN


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Coming Home " The Sea Rebel " • Dwain C. Crum •

Dwain Crum “The Sea Rebel”, was born in Pasadena, CA and a lifelong resident of Rosemead, CA. Retired after 29 years as a history teacher at Rosemead High School. Dwain is fulfilling a lifelong dream of traveling around the world. It was in Athens, Greece I finally began the last part of my voyage around the world. In the port of Piraeus, I boarded my 3rd cruise ship during this journey – the Princess Cruise Lines Ship the Sea Princess. At 77,499 GT she was far larger than the Pacific Princess at 30,277 GT (which I was on for 107 days) or the Louis Olympia at 37,584 GT (which I was on for 4 days). There are advantages and disadvantages to both bigger and smaller ships. Having now gone on 22 cruises including two of the three biggest cruise ships in the world the NCL’s Norwegian Epic at 155,873 GT (in 2011) and Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas (also in 2011) at an even more astounding 225,282 GT I feel safe in saying that while the larger ships give you many more choices they lose that feeling on intimacy and importance that you have on the smaller ships. Just in case you were wondering, the RMS Titanic was 46,328 GRT when she sank in on the 14th of April in 1912. I would be spending 50 more days on the Sea Princess before she would dock in San Pedro, CA and I would be back home to Los Angeles, the San Gabriel Valley and my Home in Rosemead, CA. Still, it was a great relief not be packing and unpacking my luggage until I reached home. Many

of those days I would hear the Dierks Bentley song “Home” playing in my head. It gave me comfort and pleasure as I knew that at long last I was returning to see my family and friends and as the song says “the place that I was born”. There was still much more for me to see before my ship got home. First the sights and sounds of many ports in Europe: Mytilene, Istanbul (my 3rd time in Turkey on this trip), Naples Cititavecchia, Livorno, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Cadiz, Lisbon, Cobh, Dublin, Greenock, Le Havre, Dover, Rotterdam, Copenhagen and Oslo. Nor did I always just stay in these ports for example from La Hevre I went on to visit Paris and from Rotterdam I went on to visit Amsterdam. In England, due to the lack of time, I stayed in Dover so I still have yet to go to London (but it’s on my bucket list). In Oslo, I ate lunch at a TGI Fridays (and it turned out to be my last meal in Europe). The Sea Princess was supposed to go to Torshavn (in the Faroe Islands) but we could not land because of the rough seas (just like the Pacific Princess at Easter Island). It was eight straight sea days crossing the Atlantic till we reached New York City (on July 25th) and sailed by the Statue of Liberty. It had been a long time since I had been In the United States

(the Pacific Princess had left Florida on Jan. 27, 2013) and while it was great to be back at the U.S.A. – New York is not California. My 204-day adventure was still not over. A planned stop at Antigua was aborted because of a hurricane but replaced by an unscheduled stop in Curacao. We also stopped in Aruba (where I had been in 2011) and Puntarentas in Costa Rica (my 4th time there). The Sea Princess finally sailed into San Pedro on August 10, 2013 just as planned, my trip around the world finally done. I had visited 48 foreign countries along the way and traveled more miles than I can calculate. It is often said that it is the people you meet that is the best part of any journey. The reason that you hear that is because it so true. More than the places that I visited it is the people I met along the way that I will remember most. The song that is playing in my head today is “Compass” by Lady Antebellum for it too gives me comfort and pleasure and has me smiling as well. My photo Blog is --http://seareblcolon.tumbler. com Plus you can find me on TripAdvisor & Yelp as Dwain C – Rosemead I’m also on Facebook

Arcadia Recreation and Community Services Winter Kid’s Camp! The Recreation and Community Services Department is offering a Winter Kid’s Camp at Baldwin Stocker Elementary School, 422 W. Lemon Avenue in Arca-

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dia. This retreat is open to elementary school children ages 6-11 and provides a safe, supervised, kid friendly retreat during winter vacation. The dates are Thursday, December 26 and Friday, December 27 and Thursday, January 2 and Friday, January 3 from 9am to 5pm for a cost of $20 per day. Sign your child up for one day or all four. The camp is filled with fun group activities including crafts, board games, movies, snacks and more. Children must bring a sack lunch each day. Super-

vision is generally on a ratio of one Recreation Leader for each group of 10 children. To register go to the city’s website at under the Recreation and Community Services Department or come by our office, 375 Campus Drive. Cancellations must be made by Monday, December 23rd in order to receive a refund (which is subject to a $10 service charge). For more questions, please contact the Recreation Department at 626.574.5113.

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'Jerry's Journey' by Jerry Jambazian

I will preface my ensuing remarks by saying this is my opinion and mine only. Temple City has changed in the last three years more than in the last thirty years!! Temple City government operated in a vacuum for many years. There was hardly any public forums or public input desired or sought. Many times you would see the completed project, good or bad after the fact with people scratching their heads. I have personally attended more public meetings in the last three years than the last thirty combined. This Council is genuinely interested in public input from its citizens. Just recently public input was given for several projects including Parks and Open Space, Master Plan Update, Zoning, Las Tunas Improvement, Rosemead Boulevard Improvement, Sign Ordinance Update. The latest opportunity took place on December 12 as consultants and city leaders conducted “Make TC Happen” by planning it, prioritizing it, and making it happen. This was just the second meeting of strategic planning to engage public input. In my opinion suc-

cessful planning takes place when the people that it affects take ownership and become a part of the plan. The Community Outreach Meeting goal was to develop a Strategic Plan to guide the future policies and decisionmaking for Temple City. The visioning process seeks resident and business owners input to help inform City policymaking and resource allocation based on nine City Council established goals: Vision and Long Range Planning, Sound Fiscal Policy, Public Health and Safety, Sustainable Infrastructure, Economic Development, Basic City Services, Redevelopment, Quality of Life, and Citizen Education and Communication.Temple City Tweets: • Temple City recently had another Lights On Temple City which included twentyfive tons of snow, visits by Santa, a parade on Las Tunas, performances by the Pride of Temple Marching Band who will also be playing in the 2014 Rose Parade, the Brighter Side Singers, crafts, and culminating with the lighting of the 100-foot tall redwood tree by Mayor Sternquist and Santa. Over

1,000 attendees got into the holiday spirit Temple City Style. Kudos to Cathy Burroughs and Mike Koski for another memory making family event. • Temple City is now part of the 27th Congressional District served by Congresswoman Judy Chu. She has a big district, which includes 19 cities including ours. Judy thinks so much of Temple City that she decided to have her annual Christmas Party and Toy Drive at Live Oak Park in Temple City. Over one-hundred-fifty people attended, including many state and local elected officials. Entertainment was provided of course by Temple City High School Brighter Side Singers and band members. I am happy to announce my new website dedicated to everything Temple City. It captures the spirit and community of a great city. Check it out at: to see recent photo and video events. You can also like us on Facebook. I would welcome your comments at See you soon.

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by Eugene R. Webb

I Pray that we shall always see,God’s love flowing from our Christmas tree.It’s not something we can touch with our hand, but love is something we all understand. With love comes faith,hope and joy, helping us to be grateful for Jesus, God’s little boy. Then there is laughter, which puts us in a happy mood; while we are blest throughout the year with good food. We can also be thankful for each and everyday we can accomplish this by taking time to pray.Jesus’s love you will feel, especially during Christmas time. Hopefully, we can live throughout the year with Jesus on our minds. If you would like the Mid Valley News delivered to your business Call 626-443-1753. YOUR CUSTOMERS WILL LOVE IT!!! Lasting Impression continued from page 1 very special people, and I am honored you read my memoir. I enjoyed hearing about your lives and about the parts of my book that had the most meaning to you. Many of your insights were remarkable and made me feel that my work was worthwhile.” She went on to say, “Some of you asked me for advice. The most important piece of advice I ever received was being told that the character of a person was not measured by how many times he or she was knocked down, but by the number of times he or she got up. You will face many challenges in life and perseverance in the face of adversity will reflect the depth of your character.” It seems Justice Soto-

mayor was so taken by the letters she received from the freshmen class that she shared them with her publisher. Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, a division of Random House, contacted SGMHS and requested permission to use the letters in a possible online or printed brochure to show what a positive impact the book made in the classroom. Mr. Collins was delighted with such a great honor for his students at SGMHS. At the writing of this article, the students’ letters are on the Random House High School Facebook page and their Freshmen Year Reading Facebook page. Comments are already being posted.

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Rosemead San Gabriel Temple City Rosemead San Gabriel Temple City

Town Tweets by Joe Castillo

Year In Review …. 2013 marked the 100th Birthday of the City of San Gabriel. There were numerous events which honored the momentous occasion but none was more popular than the City’s’ first entry in the Rose Parade in over 40 years. A beautifully designed float depicting the history and Spanish culture of the city won the Director’s Trophy which is awarded based on the size of the float and its use of flowers. The float included riders such as the Pastor of San Gabriel Mission, Bruce Wellems, Gabrieleno representatives, Spanish dancers and the Mayor of San Gabriel Kevin Sawkins. In front of hundreds of thousands of spectators and millions more on television, the float successfully promoted the rich history of San Gabriel and was well worth the long wait and absence from the Rose Parade. The second story would have to be the election of two Chinese Americans to San Gabriel’s City Council. Jason Pu and Chin Ho Lao won election after successfully defeating two long-time incumbents and signaling a new change in San Gabriel politics. Look for a majority of council, if not all members to be of Asian descent in the upcoming years in a city with over 60% of the population now of Asian ancestry. The Alameda-Corridor Trench Grade Separation project got

underway with traffic being forced to be re-routed along major railroad crossings at Mission Road, Del Mar Avenue, San Gabriel Boulevard and Walnut Grove Avenue. The project will continue through 2017 so look for a lot more of the same in the next coming years. Also, it didn’t look like a whole lot of progress on the number one nemesis in the city, the dangerous and underrated pothole. For the second year in a row, the city and most of Southern California experienced a below average rain season. To date, only .86 inches of rain have fallen in the Los Angeles area since July, nearly an inch and a half below normal. Without rain, potholes cannot grow. If they cannot grow, there is no need to fix them before they become bigger. San Gabriel may have found the perfect solution to its ongoing pothole problem by not allowing it to rain the City of Potholes. In the City of Rosemead, Margaret Clark, Sandra Armenta and Steven Ly, all incumbents, were returned to City Council for four more years. Also, the city kept its development plan in check with well-planned and though-out small retail centers and new restaurants at the Montebello Mall, Rosemead Square and along Valley Boulevard. It was a good year of both cities on 2013, let’s move to 2014 with the same positive outlook….

Kiwanis Honors Emperor Elementary School Students by Jerry Jambazian Temple City

The Kiwanis Club of Temple City recognized three outstanding students from Emperor Elementary School. Accompanying the students was Emperor Media Clerk Mrs. Tessi Ridley. Phoebe is 11 years old and in Mr. Giangregorios’ class. She has an older brother and enjoys doing homework, swimming, singing, running, and reading books. Phoebe said, “The best things about Emperor are being able to hang out with my friends, helping teachers, and learning new things.” The best thing that ever happened was when she adopted her dog Cookie. Personal goals are to stop all fighting wars, build a animal shelter named after her, get straight A’s all year, become first chair in the viola section, and win a swimming contest. Zephania is 11 years old and in Miss Parrilles’ class. She has two sisters and enjoys playing the viola, reading, and singing. Zephania said, “The best things about Emperor are the

caring teachers and staff, my wonderful friends, and we have the greatest Principal.” The best thing that ever happened was going to Catalina with her friends. Personal goals are to eliminate pollution, cure cancer, get straight A’s, improve her musical skills, and be a responsible member of the community. Ashley is 11 years old and in Mrs. Scanlans’ class. She has three brothers and sisters and has enjoyed playing soccer for the past 8 years, and playing handball. Ashley said, “The best things about Emperor are the great teachers and staff, the clean campus, and the nice supplies.” The best thing that ever happened was getting her first iPad for Christmas. Personal goals are to stop child and animal abuse, build a bakery, do better in math, and to try harder in soccer. Each week the Temple City Kiwanis Club is pleased to recognize outstanding students and their teachers from Cloverly, Emperor,

Longden, Oak Avenue, and the Dr. Doug Sears Learning Center. Kiwanis treats students and their teacher to lunch. Students receive a certificate, a letter for their parents, a bumper sticker, a gift certificate from The Hat Restaurant, and a photograph of them receiving their award. Their photo will also be published in Temple City Life, Mid Valley News, Temple City Tribune, and displayed in the Temple City Unified School District lobby. Temple City Kiwanis has been serving our community since 1939. Members are dedicated men and women who desire to make a difference in the quality of life for the youth of Temple City. Kiwanis meets at 12:00 noon each Tuesday at Denny’s Restaurant. To find out more about Kiwanis, please contact Jerry Jambazian at (626) 643-9460. You can also visit their website at www.templecitykiwanisorg.

Savannah Memorial Park Annual Board Meeting by Janice Wiggins White San Gabriel

The Annual Board Meeting for Savannah Memorial Park Pioneer Cemetery will be held on Saturday, January 11. 2014. It will be held at 10:00 am at the El Monte Historical Museum.

(3150 N. Tyler Ave. El Monte-91731)We hope that all Legacy Members will attend. We will have election of the board members, and also an update on some of the events of the past year.

We do have 4 openings for the Board, if you are interested in serving,please let us know. For more information, contact Janice Wiggins White 626-443-8325

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Story Times at the Claremont Library Join us for stories, rhymes, songs and fun at the Toddler Storytime and/or the Preschool Storytime. Toddler storytimes are for children ages 15 months to 3 years on Wednesdays from January 15

through February 19, 2014 at 11:00 AM or 11:45 AM. Preschool Storytimes are for children ages 3 to 5 on Fridays from January 17 through February 21, 2104 at 11:30 AM. These are free programs for the chil-

dren and their parents or caregivers. The Claremont Library is open Tuesday through Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday 8 - 6 p.m., and Sunday 1 - 5 p.m., closed Mondays and is located at 208

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Rams Out Duel Huskies by Tim Peterson Temple City

Question Isn’t it time for the Dallas Cowboys to start thinking about a new head coach? Happy Days This might be better posted as a second question, but how good does it feel to be Green Bay Packers quarterback Matt Flynn tonight? Flynn left the Packers after 2011 to become the starting quarterback in Seattle. Lost the job to rookie Russell Wilson. Was sent to Oakland to be the starting quarterback, but ended up getting released by them. And now, he has engineered one of the biggest comebacks in NFL history with a 37-36 victory in Dallas, over the Cowboys, on Sunday. Quote of the Weekend “All the glory goes to God... and the offensive line.”---St. Louis Rams back up quarterback Kellen Clemens after throwing two touchdown passes to lead the Rams to a 27-16 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Prep Football Rosemead’s 16 touchdown passes in 2013 equaled a decade high set by former Panthers quarterback Angel Alejandre. This season sophomore Steven Nava fired 13 scoring passes, while freshman Patrick Ah-hing added three in early season duty. Did You Know...? Columbia school playground conversation in 1974: “Who would win if Billy Jack fought Bruce Lee?” Who made the playoffs in 2012-2013 in Boys Soccer? Made: Mt. View, Arroyo, Baldwin Park, Sierra Vista, Duarte, Monrovia, Alhambra. Missed: El Monte, Gabrielino, Rosemead, South El Monte, La Puente, Temple City, San Gabriel, Bosco Tech, Arcadia, Rio Hondo Prep. Boys Basketball Note The Arroyo Invitational boys basketball tournament completed this weekend and was won by the La Canada Spartans, who defeated the California Condors, 67-55. To get to the title the Spartans defeated Workman, Montclair, and South El Monte. Girls Basketball Note Arcadia junior forward Caira Benton is leading all area scorers with 13.8 points per game average. Oh, and she is also averaging 16 rebounds per game. Happy Birthday this week to: 12/19: Former Temple City linebacker Joe Reasoner turns 24

12/19: Former Arcadia wide receiver Lazarous Williams turns 22 12/20: Former Arroyo standout Andre Kerkhoff turns 20 12/20: Former Rosemead defensive end Justin Fregoso turns 24 12/23: Former San Gabriel football head coach Keith Jones turns 54 12/23: Temple City linebacker Manny Molina turns 25 Contact Joe at Follow Joe at @joet13b Listen to “The Joe Show” every Wednesday (6:P.M.) at

On a night of hot shooting it was the Temple City Rams who had a little bit more in a 70-64 victory over the South Hills Huskies on Friday night. The teams were tied 21-21 after the first period, and the Rams had a 38-36 at halftime thanks to the play of Goren Lee. The returning starter hit a pair of threepointers in the first half and finished the game with five.

Lee led all scorers with 24 points, including eight key points in the fourth quarter to preserve the win. Ali Elhawary added 19 for Temple City and Sean Diep was also in double figures with 13 including three from long range. Jacob Estrada hit three consecutive three point bombs for South Hills to open the game and five overall to lead the Huskies with

19 points. However, Estrada went cold in the fourth missing five straight threes and no points. South Hills was outscored 16-12 in the final period. The Huskies hit 12 three pointers overall while the Rams hit nine. Temple City improved to 3-1 overall while South Hills dropped to 4-3.

‘The Mid’ Area Boys Soccer Scoreboard 12/9


Marshall 2 Mt. View 0

Palos Verdes 2 Monrovia 0

Oxnard 2 Monrovia 1

Burroughs 5 Temple City 1

Alhambra 1 Covina 1

El Monte 11 Covina 0

Cantwell 4 Bosco Tech 1

Duarte 10 Edgewood 0 Gabrielino 3 Village Christian 0

12/10 Sierra Vista 2 Baldwin Park 1 Rosemead 3 Alhambra 0 Arroyo 5 Temple City 1 Gabrielino 1 Northview 1 12/11 Wilson 1 La Puente 0 San Marino 2 San Gabriel 1 Bosco Tech 3 Whittier Christian 2

Rio Hondo Prep 8 Pilgrim 0 12/13 Baldwin Park 2 La Puente 1

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The Peterson Principal By Tim Peterson

The best quarterback in the Southeast Division? With all due respect to Muir’s Dejon Williams, Diamond Bar’s Tyler Peterson, Crescenta Valley’s Brian Gadsby, Jorge Reyna of Downey, Santa Fe’s Christian Lara and everybody else that is mentioned, doesn’t the discussion start and end with La Serna’s Frankie Palmer? He was the best quarterback on the best team and that alone is enough. He made every play that was required to win a championship and his stats on the field exceeded or matched up with every other candidate. Palmer was just as much a leader off the field as he was on it. His perseverance not just this year but for the past three years exceeded all expectations. Palmer is the guy. It’s really not even close. As far best running back in the Mid-Valley? I like Kurt Scoby, but I like Joseph “The Count” Mayorga too. I also like Melquise Stovall and Fausto Martinez. Does anybody care about the State Bowl games? They seem so anticlimactic. Nordhoff, which won the Northwest Division, lost to Corona Del Mar Saturday night and nobody gave it a second thought. Monrovia lost to Madison last year in a first round State Bowl game and although we covered it, did anybody give a rip? What was more important to M-Town fans last year? Beating Paraclete to win the Mid-Valley Division Championship or losing to Madison in the State Bowl game? If the State Bowl games were eliminated all together I don’t think it would cause a ripple- at least not in the San Gabriel Valley. Finally made the transition to basketball this week. I don’t even think about High School basketball until the football season is officially over. Apparently nobody else thinks about it all judging by the crowd, or lack thereof, at the Arroyo Tournament this week. It’s strange watching a game and being able to hear the squeak of tennis shoes and the sound of the basketball dribbling. I mean it was so quiet you could hear every word the coaches said to the players from the bench. They didn’t need to yell. A normal “inside voice” worked just fine. However Temple City is fun to watch. The Rams run, run, and run some more. They don’t have a lot of size but they simply try to out run you. The team that takes the most shots wins. They played the same way during

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the Rich Hollinger days and have continued the tradition under current coach Eric Chin. You won’t be nodding off during a 32-28 game watching the Rams play. Friday night they scored 21 points in the first quarter in a 70-64 win over South Hills. I’ve been asking the question all week but still haven’t received a sufficient answer. Why is Mike Antoni still coaching the Lakers? A couple people told me I spelled the coach’s name wrong. But c’mon there’s no D there. That’s my principle. Tim can be reached at




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12/9 Loara 52 Alhambra 47 California 54 San Gabriel 29 Temple City 53 Northview 48 Bishop Amat 51 Arroyo 37 La Canada 59 South El Monte 49 12/10 Montclair 74 Arcadia 68 Rowland 67 Baldwin Park 37 Paraclete 36 San Gabriel 27 Monrovia 61 Bosco Tech 36 Wilson 64 Arroyo 39 San Marino 53 Rosemead 45 South El Monte 43 Workman 41 12/11 Covina 61 Arcadia 60 Duarte 40 Mt. View 38 Alhambra 46 Warren 43

12/13 Chadwick 75 Rio Hondo Prep 46 Duarte 53 Edgewood 30 Northview 77 Sierra Vista 43 Monrovia 62 Holy Martyrs Armenian 58 Temple City 70 South Hills 64

Pasadena Marshall 40 Rosemead 29 Gabrielino 70 Schurr 50 Gladstone 48 Mt. View 33 Covina 41 South El Monte 32 12/14 Pasadena Marshall 50 Monrovia 49 Workman 62 Arroyo 44 Paraclete 51 South El Monte 40

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Gabrielino 69 Temple City 67 El Monte 43 Edgewood 31 12/12 Sunny Hills 64 Alhambra 57 Pasadena Poly 54 Monrovia 47 Burroughs 84 Rosemead 30 El Monte 54 Glenn 49

12/9 Temple City 50 Rio Hondo Prep 47 San Gabriel 49 Louisville 47 Burroughs 80 Monrovia 15 Gabrielino 56 Gladstone 27 El Monte 51 Glendora 42

San Gabriel 64 Ramona Convent 27 Golden Valley 60 Monrovia 27 Temple City 69 Rosemead 46 Bonita 51 Arroyo 7 Pioneer 44 Mt. View 30

12/10 Burbank 74 Sierra Vista 30 Temple City 63 Norte Vista 34 Wilson 40 Arroyo 26 Azusa 56 Rosemead 18

12/12 Northwood 57 Alhambra 33 Temple City 42 Azusa 35 Ayala 49 Arroyo 17 Norte Vista 53 Rosemead 51

12/11 El Monte 53 Alhambra 26

12/13 Rio Hondo Prep 56 Chad-

wick 47 Flintridge Prep 58 San Gabriel 47 Huntington Park 43 Temple City 37 Don Lugo 46 Rosemead 37 12/14 St. Genevieve 58 San Gabriel 46 Muir 53 Arroyo 40

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‘The Mid’ Area Girls Soccer Top 10 1. Sierra Vista 5-1-0 2. Rosemead 4-0-0 3. Alhambra 5-2-1 4. Temple City 4-4-2 5. Mt. View 2-0-1 6. El Monte 3-1-0 7. Gabrielino 3-2-0 8. South El Monte 2-2-0 9. La Puente 1-1-0 10. Arroyo 1-4-3 Others: Monrovia (2-5-0), Arcadia (1-2-1), Duarte (13-1), Baldwin Park (1-4-2), San Gabriel (0-3-0).

Rosemead’s Quinley Quezada and her team not only beat Edgewood 5-0 last Monday, but they’ve outscored opponents 21 to 4 in starting the season off 4-0. Photo by Doug Brown

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File No. 2013245033. ORIGINAL FILING. The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: LOS COMPAS AUTO PARTS, 10619 VALLEY MALL, EL MONTE, CA 91731, LOS ANGELES COUNTY,

File No. 2013230949. ORIGINAL FILING. The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: ANDRADES INCOME TAX & BOOKEEPING SERVICE, 2702 TYLER AVE., EL MONTE, CA 91733,


Aliso Creek Road, #116, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656, una Respuesta a la queja que se adjunta hacia usted, en un plazo de 20 días después de esta convocatoria hacia usted, excluidos el día de servicio. Además debe presentar con Secretario de la Corte, cuya dirección se indica a continuación, una respuesta formal por escrito a la reclamación, junto con los pertinentes derechos de inscripción, de conformidad con el reglamento de la Corte. De no hacerlo así, sentencia en rebeldía será tomada contra usted para el alivio exigida en la denuncia. Esta acción se llevó a recuperar una sentencia disolviendo el matrimonio existente entre usted y el demandante. El servidor dedicado a almacenamiento certifica que este documento no contiene el número de la seguridad social de cualquier persona.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY, Registered Owner(s): MAURICIO ROSALES, 3813 MERCED AVE, BALDWIN PARK, CA 91706. This business is conducted by AN INDIVIDUAL. Registrant has commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name on OWNER. Notice – This Fictitious Name Statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new fictitious Business Name Statement expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed before that time. The filing of the statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a Fictitious Business Name in violation of the rights of another under Federal, State or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code).

Registered Owner(s): ANA PANTOJA, 926 W VINE AVE, WEST COVINA, CA 91790. This business is conducted by AN INDIVIDUAL. Registrant has commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name on OWNER. Notice – This Fictitious Name Statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new fictitious Business Name Statement expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed before that time. The filing of the statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a Fictitious Business Name in violation of the rights of another under Federal, State or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code).

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11.27.2013, 12.04.2013, 12.11.2013, 12.18.2013 MID VALLEY NEWS

NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: PAULO JORGE PINA (AVISO AL DEMANDADO): PAULO JORGE PINA, YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF: SHEILA MARIE WRIGHT (LO ESTA DEMANDANDO EL DEMANDANTE): CASE NUMBER: 13DF0443 THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT: NOTICE! You are hereby SUMMONED and required to serve upon plaintiff, SHEILA MARIE WRIGHT, whose address is 23511 Aliso Creek Road, #116, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656, an Answer to the Complaint which is herewith served upon you, within 20 days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of Service. In addition you must file with Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written answer to the complaint, along with the appropriate filing fees, in accordance with the rules of the Court. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the contract of marriage existing between you and the Plaintiff. The filer certifies that this document does not contain the social security number of any person. EL ESTADO DE NEVADA ENVÍA SALUDOS A LOS MENCIONADOS DEMANDADO: AVISO! Usted se queda CONVOCADO y obligados a servir al demandante, SHEILA MARIE WRIGHT, cuya dirección es 23511

Dated this: (Fecha Este): 16 day of (Dia De): October, 2013 Clerk by: (Secretario): TED THRAN, Deputy (Adjunto): P. GREGORY The name and Address of the court is: (El nombre y dirección de la corte es): NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, County of Nevada P.O. BOX 218, MINDEN, NV 89423 The name, address, and telephone number of plaintiff’s attorney, or plaintiff without an attorney, is: (El nombre, la dirección y el número de teléfono del abogado del demandante, o del demandante que no tiene abogado, es): RENO OFFICE 338 CALIFORNIA AVE. RENO NV 89509 Tel: 775.322.5357 Publication Dates: 11-27-2013, 12-04-2013, 12-11-2013, 12-18-2013 MID VALLEY NEWS

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2013252752. ORIGINAL FILING. The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: MAKE SCENTS NOVELTIES, 3113 HEMPSTEAD AVE., ARCADIA, CA 91006-5731, LOS ANGELES COUNTY, Registered Owner(s): THOMAS WITT, 3113 HEMPSTEAD AVE, ARCADIA, CA 91006-5731. This business is conducted by AN INDIVIDUAL. Registrant has commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name on OWNER. Notice – This Fictitious Name Statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new fictitious Business Name Statement expires at the end of five years from the date on which it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new fictitious Business Name Statement must be filed before that time. The filing of the statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a Fictitious Business Name in violation of the rights of another under Federal, State or common law (See Section 14411 et seq., Business and Professions Code). 12.18.2013, 12.25.2013, 01.01.2014, 01.08.2014 MID VALLEY NEWS

4th Quarter Construction Update – 2013

Southern California Edison’s Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project Segment 6 – 9 & 11

Project Update – Southern California Edison (SCE) contractors are continuing construction-related activities along portions of Segments 4 – 11 of the Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project (TRTP). Upon completion, the project will provide added capacity to deliver enough power from renewable and other generators to power three million homes, helping enhance electricity reliability in the region and help meet California’s renewable energy goals. Construction Activities – Upgrades to the electrical system during the next three months will include the following: (Please note construction schedule is tentative and may change depending on weather and other factors)

Segment 6:

(Northern Duarte and the southern portion of Angeles National Forest)

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Access road improvements (Entire Segment) Installation of new electrical transmission structures (towers) utilizing both conventional equipment and helicopters (Entire Segment) Installation of new electrical transmission wires (conductor) (Entire Segment)

Segment 7:


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Access road improvements: Duarte (North of Las Lomas Rd.) Montebello (Several locations south of North Montebello Blvd. and west of San Gabriel Blvd.) Unincorporated Los Angeles County (Several locations including Whittier Narrows Recreation Area) Clearing / grading and site preparation: Duarte (North of Van Tassel Mtwy) Irwindale (East of 605 FWY/ North of Live Oak Ave.) Installation of foundations, electrical transmission structures, wires, aviation lights and marker balls: Northern Duarte Several locations east and west of the 605 FWY between 210 FWY and 60 FWY South El Monte (Adjacent to Thienes Ave and Farndon St.) Montebello (West of Parmount Blvd. / North of 60 FWY) Unincorporated Los Angeles County Whittier Narrows Recreation Area

Segment 8




Access road improvements, clearing / grading, and site preparation: Hacienda Heights (East of Hacienda Blvd) Rowland Heights (East of Fullerton Rd.) Tonner Canyon (southeast of Diamond Bar) La Habra Heights (North of Skyline Dr, east of Hacienda Rd, and west of Fullerton Rd, adjacent to Powder Canyon) Additional areas of unincorporated Los Angeles County, including Whittier Narrows, LA County Sanitation District and Puente Hills Landfill Native Habitat Preservation Authority locations Installation of aviation lights and marker balls: Pico Rivera (South of the 60 FWY/west of 605 FWY) East of 605 FWY through to Carbon Canyon in Chino Hills (including Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights, La Habra Heights and south of Diamond Bar) Installation of foundations and electrical transmission structures and wires: Pico Rivera (West of 605 FWY) Hacienda Heights (Several locations: North of Turnbull Canyon, East of Hacienda Blvd.) La Habra Heights (North of Powder Canyon) Rowland Heights (East of Fullerton Rd.) Additional areas of unincorporated Los Angeles County, including Whittier Narrows, LA County Sanitation District and Puente Hills Landfill Native Habitat Preservation Authority locations

Segment 11:

(From La Canada-Flintridge north to Vincent Substation)

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Access road improvements and work site development (Inside Angeles National Forest) Demolition of existing electrical transmission wires, structures and foundations (Inside Angeles National Forest) Installation of foundations and electrical transmission structures utilizing both conventional equipment and helicopters (Inside Angeles National Forest)

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Crossword Puzzle solution in issue 12.25.13

Solution for Sudoku solution in issue12.25.13

What's in the Stars?? Aries This is a weird week for you, and Monday and Tuesday are atypical. Nevertheless, they have some typical Monday and Tuesday traits: slow, quiet, unclear.

Taurus Take the opportunity, on Monday and Tuesday, to consider your goals. If at all possible, the consideration of your goals is a conversation you should have with someone else who is also re-assessing their priorities.


"HOLIDAY MOVIES" ACROSS 1. Bug hitting windshield, e.g. 6. Presidents’ Day month 9. Party barrels 13. Moonshine 14. Grassland 15. Beyond normal limits 16. _____ Boo Boo 17. Opposite of nothing 18. It has front and rear seats 19. *Misfit elf dentist 21. *”It’s a Wonderful Life” star 23. Unopened tulip 24. Oliver Twist, e.g. 25. White wine and cassis 28. ___ _ good example 30. Sect follower 35. “National Velvet” author Bagnold 37. Earth’s neighbor 39. Some are on a shorter one than others 40. Windmill blade 41. Top dog 43. Attached to a wheel 44. Magazine’s special feature 46. *”A Christmas Story” leg ____ 47. Capital on the Dnieper 48. Vital 50. Cleopatra’s necklace 52. Chester White’s home 53. Strip of wood 55. *”__ Be Home For Christmas” 57. *It happened on 34th Street 61. Show off 64. Acid in proteins 65. Ides month 67. Holy See loyalist practicing different rites 69. Closely watched on Black Friday 70. Before prefix 71. ___ Domingo 72. Old World duck 73. *Astaire’s character in “Holiday Inn” 74. Clear the blackboard

DOWN 1. “Be quiet!” 2. *”Winnie the ____ and Christmas Too” 3. Like a famous Ranger 4. Tart 5. Immune system organ 6. Strip the skin off 7. Slippery reef dweller 8. Model-building wood 9. Acknowledged or recognized 10. Tropical tuberous root 11. Its seed yields gum used as thickener 12. Email folder 15. Utilitarian 20. Swelling from accumulation of fluid 22. Clinical twitching 24. “On the _______” or in a belligerent mood 25. *He was left home alone 26. Silly 27. Between shampoo and repeat 29. ____ tale 31. Pipe problem 32. Yellow rides 33. Speck in the ocean 34. *Famous lampooner on Christmas vacation 36. Owner’s acquisition 38. Idiot, Yiddish 42. Patriots’ Day month 45. Phone companies 49. Indian dish 51. *Agreement to assume Santa’s identity 54. Dangle a carrot 56. Relating to the moon 57. Physics calculation 58. Mosque V.I.P. 59. Agitate 60. All over again 61. *Santa’s bitter old brother 62. Columbus’ vessel 63. Makes lace 66. Exist 68. Corn site

You spend the first part of the week feeling thrown off -- or maybe just in an abstract state of mind.

Cancer You have no head for details on Monday and Tuesday. In fact, it kind of feels like your brain has turned into something resembling scrambled egg.

Leo Spirits -- and tensions -- are high on Monday, and someone might say something in another room that sounds to you like something else. That could cause you to respond badly.

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Crossword Solution 12.11.13

Virgo The best thing you can give people on Monday and Tuesday isn’t gifts or money or anything material, but total respect.

Libra As much as the world at large wants you to focus on material wealth, the start of the week is a great time to focus on anything not nearly as concrete.

Scorpio It’s no wonder that your mind is a loose collection of images and feelings at the start of the week -- the dreamy quality of the season does that.

Sagittarius You’ve been hitting your wallet pretty hard lately and it may mean you haven’t a penny in your pocket at the start of the week.

Capricorn Giving a card to someone at the start of the week may mean a lot more to them than giving a bouquet of flowers would.

Aquarius Well, you’re out of money. That’s your first thought as you begin thinking about the rest of the week

Pisces The beginning of the week kicks off well. If you’re not being pampered by those in your life, take the time to do so yourself. Really get into it -- or get your engines going on a new creative project.

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