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Vol. 51, No.29

Serving the San Gabriel Valley Since 1966

July 10, 2013

Special Section

Local Events



Student's Corner

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Temple City Resident Shares Memories

Lawrence Stevens is an ordinary guy who experienced extraordinary life experiences and lived to tell about them. With the help of his granddaughter, Stacey, his story is now available for everyone to read in his book entitled, “It Only Takes One, Memoirs of a Tail Gunner.” Larry was born in his parent’s home in Alhambra in 1924. He remembers all of the “open land, horses and skies so blue they were near to purple.” Imagine Atlantic Boulevard was only a dirt road lined with pepper

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trees. Larry said that “Atlantic Boulevard was first called “Wilson Boulevard” because it was the road leading to the Mt. Wilson Observatory. Growing up, Larry had 4 siblings, Ernie, Mayme, Jim and Mary Lou. He worked with his dad who was a plaster contractor. As a young boy, Larry helped his dad plaster Holy Angels

Church in Arcadia. When all of his high school friends were being drafted during WWII, Larry enlisted in the army and graduated early

from Alhambra High. He reported for duty on May 10, 1943. He graduated from gunnery school at age 19 becoming part of the Army Air Corps. Tragically his older brother, Ernie, who had been in the army since 1941, was killed in action “spear-heading an infantry drive in Messina, Italy” in November 1943. Larry and the crew of the “Full House,” the name of his plane, flew 34 successful missions. Then, the “Full House” with a new crew was shot down photo by Jo Anne Disney

in Zeitz, Germany. Larry’s 35th mission was in a new plane called “Big Chief Illiniwek” which was a new B-17 G plane and its first mission. Larry said they were headed to Politz, Austria. Over Germany one of the engines malfunctioned and “for the first time on our tour, we had to abort.” According to Larry, “When our crew was in combat, there was a 1 in 5 or 20 in 100 chance of survival and a 50-50 chance after the 15th mission.” Larry was one of the lucky ones and as he said, “Our guardian angel road with us all the way.” Many articles have been written about Larry. He was a highly decorated member of the 412th Bombardment Squadron and the 95th Bombardment Group. At the age of 20, Sgt. Larry Memories continued to page 6

Mid Valley News in the Middle of Standoff and El Monte Police Get Their Man

El Monte

by Lucia Flores

cers arrived with bulletproof vests and rifles, prepared to prevent anything that could go wrong. A few hours passed before officers from the Pasadena Police Department arrived with a K-9 Unit to

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assist in apprehending the suspect. After they arrived, officers entered the building from the second floor rear entrance with guns drawn. After a few minutes, the suspect was escorted downstairs in handcuffs to a waiting police vehicle.

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The morning after the 4th of July holiday was quite eventful for the staff here at Mid Valley News. After an order from the El Monte Police Department to evacuate the building, employees from all offices soon found out that a suspect considered armed and dangerous was hiding in the Masterson Building, on the corner of Valley Boulevard

and Meeker Avenue. Employees waited in the parking lot of Goody’s Restaurant, as Meeker Avenue was cordoned off and more offi-

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local E V E N T S B OA R D The Native Sons Offer High School Scholarships

San Gabriel

by Joe Castillo

The Native Sons of the Golden West, a California historical and fraternal organization, is looking for history minded new members. The Native Sons offer high school scholarships, 4th grade essay competition and historical landmark dedications as part of its regular activities. Please contact Joe Castillo (626) 205-0017 for more information

VFW Post 10218 Yard Sale Breakfast to be served: Posole Proceeds to Wounded Warrior Project

Saturday, July 20

8am-3pm 11126 Ramona Blvd. El Monte, CA

The El Monte Senior Presidents’ Council

The Mid Valley News is published every Wednesday by Valley Communications, LLC Business and Editorial Offices are located at: 11401 E. Valley Blvd. Masterson Building, Suite 200B El Monte, California 91731 (626) 443-1753 FAX (626) 443-2245 E-mails Advertising/Legal Notices: Display Advertising: Publisher/: E. Clarke Moseley Asst. Editor/Designer: Devette Johnson Asst. Editor/ Feature Writer JoAnne Disney CFO: Cheryl DiPane Editor Advertising/Circulation: Cheryl DiPane Executive Sales Manager: Brad Healy Office/Legals/Photographer: Melissa Rocha

Sports Editor: Joe Torosian Sports Writers: Tim Peterson, Duane Barker, Andy Villanueva, Josh Ouelette, Sports Photography: Andrew Bettridge Duane Barker Ted Wilson

Contributing Writers Anne Donofrio-Holter Michelle Earle Joe Castillo Mavis Hansen Jerry Jambazian Lynn Burkhardt

Intern Writers Ashley Lanuza Yesenia Melgar Tyler Anderson Adjudicated as a paper of general circulation in the City of El Monte, County of Los Angeles Superior Court, Nov. 7 1973. No. C68383 official paper for the County of Los Angeles, Adjudicated on general circulation Los Angeles July 18, 1992, No. BS016380

CLUB DURAZO Announces A Trip To:

Retirement Party for New Temple Elementary Teacher, Marcy Robin South El Monte

The Retirement Party will be held Saturday, July 13, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. It will be at New Temple Park, Picnic Area # 1, located at 1450 Lidcombe Avenue, South El Monte 91733. The Park is north of the intersection of Lidcombe Ave. and Central Ave., south of Michael Hunt Dr., and adjacent to New Temple School, just west of the school parking lot. Picnic Area # 1 is on Lidcombe Avenue, right at the main parking lot for the Park. It contains the children’s playground, picnic tables,

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barbeque grills, restrooms, basketball courts, and is near the 2 northern baseball fields. Everyone is invited to come! You are welcome to bring any mementos from your time knowing Marcy or anything else you might like to share. Some refreshments will be available. You can contact Marcy at PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD TO EVERYONE WHO KNOWS “MS. ROBIN” – SHE’D LOVE TO SEE YOU THERE!

City of Arcadia - Summer Concert Series


Thursday-Friday August 15th & 16th 2013 Check-In @ 6:30 AM Departure @ 8:30 AM Return @ 10:00 PM

Cost: $ 55.00

(Payment Deadline Monday, August 4th, 2013) Includes: Transportation & Tip One Free Buffet

Park & Meet At: The Jack Crippen Multipurpose Senior Center 3120 N. Tyler Ave., El Monte (Please park in the mid section of the parking lot)

For further information, please contact Viola Flores at: (626) 455-0813 The mission of this club is to inform, advocate, and foster activities that will impose the quality of life of all residents of the City of El Monte. These activities will marshal the resources within Los Angeles County in common, noble causes and address the intergenerational needs of our community, regardless of age, racial, religious, or ethnic background. Representative activities to be undertaken by this organization include outreach, education, counseling, trips, volunteerism, fundraising, scholarships, as well as building fellowship.

Mark your calendar! The City of Arcadia’s FREE summer concert series is approaching fast, so make sure you don’t miss out on the

proceeds will be given to the Recreation and Community Services Department! For more information, please call 626.574.5113. The 1st Marine

1st Marine Division Band will start off the series to a patriotic theme. The band is based out of Camp Pendlton, California and consists of 50 Marine musicians.– July 11 fun in the sun! The summer concerts are held on Thursday evenings starting at 6:30-8pm on the lawn between City Hall and the Police Department (240 West Huntington Drive). Bring the kids out to participate in the FREE fun zone, featuring games, crafts, and activities each week. In addition, the City is pleased to announce the Dogtown Dogs Gourmet Food Truck at all of the 2013 Summer Concert Series! A portion of the

Division Band, based out of Camp Pendleton, California, consists of 50 Marine musicians. While the primary mission of the 1st Marine Division Band is to provide musical support for military parades and ceremonies, they remain versatile to accommodate other needs. In addition to the Ceremonial Band and Concert Band, the band forms smaller ensembles such as Big Band, Jazz Combo, Brass Quintet, and Party Band.

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Entertainment The Ice House Comedy Club Presents Twice the Laughs Joey Diaz and Dom Irrera Co-Headline


The Ice House is excited to present two evenings of fantastic comedy when JOEY DIAZ and DOM IRRERA co-headline on July

Dom Irrera

26 and 27. Sometimes it takes a huge movie role or a part in a popular television series to put a stand-up comedian on the radar, with JOEY "COCO" DIAZ it was a #1 Comedy album on iTunes and Billboard that did the trick. Joey has done films and television but it was a his storytelling on the #1 Podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience that really got the word out about one of the best and funniest comedians working today. Joey is also hitting big strides in Hollywood as a character actor. He's appeared on ABC's General Hospital, also on Adult Swim's Children's Hospital, The Mentalist and Suppah Ninjas, as well as the movies, The Dog That Saved Halloween

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and Beach Shark Attack, Spiderman 2, Taxi, Analyze That and The Longest Yard. He's also taken his raw style of comedy on television with a "Secret Stash" episode of Gabriel Iglesias' Stand Up Revolution on Comedy Central and he headlined Showtime's Payaso Comedy Slam. When DOM IRRERA takes the stage, he does not simply get on it, he owns it! Dom projects a singular charisma that firmly engages audiences from the opening moment and doesn't let go until the end of the performance, and beyond. Beyond beautifully-crafted jokes and routines, Dom also gives the audience one-man sketches and bursts of improv. His blend of regular-guy presence and relaxed, effortless delivery has garnered him 2 CableACE Awards for stand-up and six nominations for the American Comedy Award. Dom's television appearances include The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and many appearances for Comedy Central, including The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

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Student's Corner A System We Cannot Fathom

by Ashley Lanuza

The Earth is part of the Milky Way Galaxy, one galaxy among many others. Each galaxy is a conglomeration of stars, full of unknown systems, moons, planets, and objects that are entirely different. It just so happens that we can only know the extent of our own solar system and we haven’t even come to grasp its enormity. The visible lights in the sky seem to pale in comparison to the planets, asteroids, and galaxies consisting of more than one hundred billion stars. Take into account how small and minor our lives actually are as we live on this terrain. It is this thought

Ashley Lanuza, contributing student writer from San Gabriel Mission High School.

that probably brought many important historical figures to become who we read about in textbooks or articles. Our lives are truly passing us by if we don’t do anything to restore the planet or to bring happiness to millions of people. Why wither away and be forgotten? Live to be remembered for millions of years. We are mere ants compared to the unknown lands of Mars, Jupiter, or Saturn. We are small wisps of life when placed side by side with stars that have lived a billion years. But, we are still something to this galaxy. As far as we know, we are the only living planet, so our human foot-

prints boil down to what we do on a daily basis. Massacres can result in the extinction of mankind and overuse of fossil fuels could make our own planet extinct. However, the people of this Earth can one day be equal with the life of a star through positive actions. We can live for millions of years in the minds of our posterity, the next generation. Our work, as long as it is for the welfare of humanity, can leave a footprint for our future. Michael Myer, an astronomer from the University of Arizona, told the National Geographic in December 2004, “…that we’re not in a special place, that we might

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more Local Events The 2013 OC Fair Opens this Friday July 12 Come and Get Free Admission and Much More The 2013 OC Fair will open its gates Friday, July 12, to mark the beginning of the muchanticipated annual tradition that runs until Sunday, August 11 (open Wednesday-Sunday). The theme, “Come & Get It,” brings back familiar favorites, such as the All-Alaskan Pig Races and exhilarating carnival rides, as well as new features including Dr. Entomo’s Palace of Exotic Wonders, a sideshowtype insect exhibit, and the Summer in the Cities Presentation, a nightly multi-faceted celebration of Orange County. Fairgoers can take advantage of free admission and parking during Opening Hour (Friday, July 12, Noon-1 p.m.) The following promotions are also available on Friday (open Noon-Midnight): • Seniors Day: $6 admission for guests 60 and older as well as free Ferris wheel and merry-go-round rides all day • $2 Taste of Fair Food: Sample Fair food Noon-4 p.m. • $2 Rides & $2 Games: Sold until 4 p.m. The excitement continues through the night with concerts and action sports. Colbie Caillat kicks off the Toyota Summer Concert Series at the Pacific Amphitheatre at 7:45 p.m. as tribute band Hotel California – A Salute to The Eagles will rock the stage at 8:30 p.m. in The Hangar and X-Treme Freestyle Moto-X will stun the crowds in the Action Sports Arena at 8 p.m. Pacific Amphitheatre and The Hangar concert tickets and Action Sports Arena reserved seats include free Fair admission for the same day, so ticketholders are invited to come early and stay late. Throughout the 2013 OC Fair (July 12-August 11), Fairgoers can also enjoy: • Military Get in Free: Free admission each day for active-duty U.S. military and veterans with appropriate I.D. • Read & Ride Program: Children (ages 5-11) who read at least two books and submit a completed OC Fair Read & Ride Book Report Form (available online at will receive three free carnival rides. • Free Exhibits and Events: Crafts and culinary displays in the Exhibit Promenade; Summer in the Cities twice nightly at The Hangar; Dr. Entomo’s Palace of Exotic Wonders in Memorial Gardens; Come & Get It Sand Sculpture; daily contests in the Fun Zone and more. All free with Fair admission. Saturday, July 13 (Open 10 a.m.-Midnight) • Steel Pulse / Iration in the Pacific Amphitheatre (7 p.m.) • Space Oddity – A Tribute to David Bowie in The Hangar (8:30 p.m.) • 39th Annual Speedway Fair Derby in the Action Sports Arena (8 p.m.) • Rise & Shine: $3 general admission (10 a.m.-11 a.m.)

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10th Annual Wheelchair Wash

Los Angeles

Familia Unida's 10th Annual Wheelchair Wash: Community Health Access Fair Free and Open to the Community: The concept of Familia Unida’s Annual Wheel Chair Wash became a reality when Founder Irma Resendez was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, paralyzed for almost a year and used an electric wheelchair/scooter. Irma experienced feelings of isolation, prejudice and discrimination after her disability.

One of Irma’s dreams was to bring awareness to the fact , that people living with a disability have many abilites and to bring communities together to see for themselves how we are not so different after all. Irma’s vision was to get enough volunteers to pamper those who many times feel alone by giving people with a disability a day of VIP treatment which includes the washing of their wheelchairs and electric scooters. Sharing this vision with the Familia Unida team lead to

other goodies, like including a hair cute, manicure, live entertainment, and why not a massage? Each year the Familia Unida wheelchair wash celebration is more exciting than the previous one because of the support from community partners, elected officials, and friends from all over the place, who join us to give unconditional love and participate in this community health access fair day of pampering for everyone! – East Los Angeles Civic Center, 4801 East 3rd Street. Los Angeles, CA 90022 Sunday, July 14, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (PT) ALL FREE!!!!!!

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On this special day Familia Unida rolls out the red carpet for individuals and their families living with a Disability to enjoy a FREE: Wheelchair/Scooter/Cane/Walker Wash, Wheelchair/Scooter/ Cane/Walker Wax and Tune UP, Haircut, Manicure, Makeover, Community Resources, Childrens Activites & Games, Lunch and Live Entertainment along with Healthy Eating Demonstrations.

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Enjoy the French Art of Pleasure at the Bastille Day Los Angeles Festival

If you are wondering how to say ‘pleasure’ in French, ‘plaisir’ is the word and French people master the art! No translator is needed to enjoy ‘la vie en rose’ the way ‘les Français’ do. Passions Productions has prepared an eight-hour program of ‘plaisir’ to bask you in during the Bastille Day Los Angeles Festival on Sunday, July 14th. Get ready for a day of Cancan, frou-frou, fashion, flair, yummy French food, tasty rosé wine, and French 1664 Blanc ‘à la mode de Paris’! European artist PATjE -- raised between Marseille, Barcelona and Geneva, and a favorite of Latino DJs with his album ‘Pasaporte’ -- is back at the helm of the Festival’s entertainment. He has concocted an amazing show with a medley of talents performing in both Voltaire and Shakespeare’s languages. Throughout the day, attendees will share Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité, the very ideals of democracy and faith ushered in by the French revolutionary spirit of 1789, and admire on stage acts such as: Excuse My French, the world's only all female, all French singing, all American rock band whose

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winning combination of showmanship, mesmerizing harmonies and the language of love have wowed audiences since the spring of 2010; Titelle, a French couture designer who will re-invent ‘La Marianne des Temps Modernes,’ creating live on stage the Blue White & Red dress a French ‘Marianne’ would wear nowadays; Yesteryears Dancers a costumed historical dance troupe that reenacts French Renaissance court and ball dances, accompanied by Les Plaisirs Champêtres, a group of musicians playing traditional instruments such as the “musette de cour” (French Baroque court bagpipe); Energetic, sexy Cancan dancers choreographed by Lauren Brim and Kris Jobson. Dazzling, fun and so very French! Evyn Charles, a soulful and engaging singer who delivers superb vocals with an extensive repertoire of classic French songs. Angelenos will also enjoy a great array of off-stage activities such as the traditional Pétanque game initiating them to the French Art of Living. The French Soccer Institute team will offer outstanding soccer

activities for the day. Tons of fun guaranteed! At 1:45pm, Mr. Axel Cruau, the French Consul General in Los Angeles, will deliver an opening speech and officially kick off this celebration commemorating the storming of the Bastille prison on July 14, 1789 that marked the beginning of the French Revolution. Bastille Day Los Angeles Festival’s partner, Kronenbourg, France’s best-selling

super premium beer and the fifth oldest beer brand in the world, will introduce 1664 Blanc, its newest product to Festival’s attendees. Its highly distinctive brand positioning that leverages its quality and also its French origin, delivers the promise of “The French Art of Pleasure in your beer moment”. Other Festival’s partners include: TV5MONDE, the UNION DES FRANCAIS DE L’ETRANGER, CALMADA

BOUTIQUE HOTEL, the FRENCH DISTRICT, the CLUB CULINAIRE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, the HERALD DE PARIS, the international business school VATEL, the traditional French aperitif wine LILLET, and the newly released SACHA LICHINE Single Blend Rosé wine. Sunday, July 14th, 2013 Noon to Dusk Kenneth Hahn Recreational Park – Soccer Field 5401 Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90056 The Event is FREE for kids (under 13). Adults: BUY NOW online $5 - At the door: $10. To purchase tickets, please visit: www.

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into Summer Break CROSSWORD Crossword Puzzle solution in next issue 7.17.13

Sudoku What's in the Stars??

Solution for Sudoku in next issue 7.17.13

ARIES Family matters, real estate, DIY projects, or remodeling will keep you busy. It’s a good time to work on and invest in your property.

TAURUS Relationships, especially long-term partnerships, could improve and become more fruitful. Home and family affairs are blessed by the presence of Venus, so entertaining should be a lot of fun.

GEMINI You seem to have more confidence in your ability to earn and spend lately. However, it might help to have a plan or budget so that you don’t fritter it all away.



1. L on clothes 6. Chicken _ __ king 9. Russia's 1917 abdicator 13. Bake an egg 14. Used for styling 15. Actress _____ Hunter 16. Interior decoration 17. Where bug is snug? 18. Fill with optimism 19. *______phobia, fear of large things 21. *______mania, obsession for washing oneself 23. Chester White's home 24. Get what you sow 25. One who plays for pay 28. Crowning point 30. Dog stand staple 35. Hit the road 37. Salespeople 39. Half of diameters 40. To, archaic 41. Muslim Supreme Being 43. Wettish 44. Not quite adults 46. Like acne-prone skin 47. *One with oniomania, does it often at stores 48. Comes clean 50. Edible mushrooms 52. Lenon's wife 53. King of India 55. Caribou kin 57. *______phobia, fear of the moon 60. *______phobia, fear of thunder 63. Annoy 64. Adams ___ Beckham 66. Popular garden flower 68. Small cap 69. Length of existence 70. Spooky 71. Foul substance 72. Goes with skip and a jump 73. Buttonholes, e.g.


1. It was dropped in the 60's 2. Attention-getter 3. George W.'s Secretary of State 4. Rum cut with water, pl. 5. Misprints 6. *____mania, intense desire to be alone 7. Romanian money 8. Pond buildup 9. Cough syrup balsam 10. Fence part 11. Type of sax 12. It's sometimes marbled 15. Assistant 20. Exercise wear material 22. Keep out 24. Not an original 25. It's a planet no more 26. Extend subscription 27. Many times 29. *____phobia, hatred or fear of music 31. Boys 32. Sun Valley location 33. Neil or Paul, e.g. 34. *_____mania, obsession with horses 36. A bunch 38. Welcomed by shoppers 42. *_____mania, severe form of mania 45. Borrower's warranty 49. Go for the gold 51. North and South faces 54. Biblical story of _____ and the whale 56. Show of respect 57. Tiresias in "Oedipus Rex," e.g. 58. Biblical twin 59. Extend credit 60. City sound 61. Reality TV's Spelling 62. "I'm __ __!" 63. British broadcaster 65. *___mania, self-worship 67. Da or oui

CANCER You’re at your natural, charming best at a time when you most want to be seen and heard. High spirits and plenty of optimism can help you achieve great things.

LEO The Cancer New Moon is excellent for starting a new spiritual practice, such as meditation, yoga, or anything else that increases your awareness and helps you maintain inner peace.

VIRGO There is a vibrant energy in the air that is perfect for new meetings, exploring options for networking, and getting out and about.


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Finances could begin to improve as Saturn in your money zone turns direct. If you’ve experienced long delays or frustrating events, you may soon see improvement.

SCORPIO You enjoy being private, but you could revel in attention from people who find you irresistible. Try to get a handle on emotional boredom and restlessness, too, especially if they distract you from the tasks at hand.

SAGITTARIUS Consider various ways you can use joint assets for a larger payoff. You might be nervous about security concerns, but you will be better off doing something about them other than worry.

CAPRICORN The New Moon bodes well for loving relationships and budding romance. Sticky friendship issues might find relief as Saturn changes direction.

AQUARIUS A frustrating career matter may improve from this week. Take care of your health and think about diet tweaks for extra energy.

PISCES Give your creative faculties a workout. Whatever you do, make sure it expresses your true feelings. Putting your personal stamp on a project could bring deep satisfaction.

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'TIME JOCKEY' San Marino Ranch by Joe Castillo

Holiday Events …. Independence Day will be celebrated by the cities of San Gabriel and Rosemead with parades and festivities. San Gabriel, celebrating its 100th anniversary will celebrate with a Kid Day parade and picnic. The parade will start at 9:30 in the historic Mission District. The City Picnic will follow at Smith Park with the event scheduled to last until 1PM. The City of Rosemead hosts a city-wide parade starting at 9AM and proceeding east along Valley Boulevard. The parade is certain to entertain you with bands, dancers, antique cars and honored guests. Afterwards, Rosemead Park will provide activities for holiday fun seekers with booths, food and music. Fireworks are scheduled to start later in the evening at Rosemead Park. There is always a lot going on at the park on the 4th of July. Come on out and enjoy one or both of these events at your local city venue. … Good Move … The ACE Trench Project which will lower the railroad tracks in San Gabriel unearthed more than 50,000 findings so far in the project. One of the more interesting finds was a Millrace used at Chapman’s Mill in the early 1800’s. It was recently unearthed, extracted and moved from its resting place for the past 150 plus years to its new home at Centennial Park across from San Gabriel City Hall. The Millrace was used to control and distribute the flow of water to the Mill. Its smooth trench channel with rock and adobe mortar was dug up and transported to its new home on Friday June 21st. Gabrieleno labor was more than likely used to construct the Millrace with Joseph Chapman performing the engineering of the construction. The addition fits well in historic San Gabriel and its official unveiling should take place sometime this summer…. Hot Days ….. June just ended and it’s already a scorcher of a summer season with temperatures exceeding 95 degrees. One way to keep cool is to make use of local community pools. Smith Park Pool located at 232 W. Broadway in San Gabriel will be open from 1 – 3:30 PM for recreational use. The fee is no more than $2.00 for all ages

and swimming lessons are offered for all age and experience groups. The experience levels are named after sea life starting with Tadpoles and progressing through Dolphins and Orcas. Contact the City of San Gabriel Parks and Recreation for more information including registration at 626308-2875…

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Stevens received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his “extraordinary achievement.” Larry was discharged from the service on October 1, 1945. Upon returning home, Larry went back to work for his father’s business doing lathe and plaster. This is where Larry met the love of his live, Henrietta Ochoa, and in 1950 they were married. Once his dad retired in 1954, Larry joined

the Alhambra Fire Department in 1955. In 1960, Larry and his family moved to Temple City. Larry served as Alhambra Fire Chief for 18 years and retired in 1986 with a total of 31 years of fire service. Larry and Henrietta raised 5 children: Melinda, Lawrence Ernest, Nancy, Candyce and Roger and they have 8 grandchildren. They are a close family and very proud of their children and grandchildren.

This August 19th, Larry and Henrietta will be happily celebrating their 63rd wedding anniversary! Larry still enjoys “attending B-17 meetings in Long Beach as well as spending time with his children and grandchildren.” For more information about Larry’s book, visit:

Rosemead Community Events Schedule Provided by Rosemead Kiwanis Club

Wednesday, July 10, 2013 – Library Event Adult Summer Get Together from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. Find out what the library has to offer. Wednesday, July 10, 2013 – Library Event Family Fun Hour from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm. Parents and child join together for an hour of games and fun. Thursday, July 11, 2013 – RKC Event Kiwanis Board Meeting – as is our recent custom the second Thursday of the month will be a meeting of the RKC Board with brown-bag “bring your own” lunch optional. The location and agenda for this meeting is TBD (to be determined) Thursday, July 11, 2013 – Library Event Reptiles & Friends from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm. A kid-friendly show teaching you about reptiles. Thursday, July 11, 2013 – Library Event Adult Writer’s Workshop from 6:00pm - 7:30 pm. Friday, July 12, 2013 – Community Event Summer Concert from 7:00 pm at Garvey Park, 7933 Emerson Place. Band: Sally Hanson Latin Band. For more information: 626/569-2212. Saturday, July 13, thru Sunday July 14, 2013 – Community Event Rosemead Relay for Life – Survivor’s breakfast begins at 8:30 Saturday morning followed by teams circling the track for 24 hours beginning at 10:00 am. Booths and special events will be featured throughout the day including the Luminaria ceremony Saturday evening. Donations to the Relay for Life in support of the Rosemead Kiwanis Family Team may be mailed to the Rosemead Kiwanis Foundation, Box 832, Rosemead, CA 91770. Contact Rosemead Relay Co-ordinator for further information Saturday, July 13, 2013 – Library Event Children’s Art Activity from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Saturday, July 13, 2013 – Library Event Free Movie Day starting at 2:00 pm. Join us as we screen a movie based on Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir. Sunday, July 14, 2013 – Community Event Homestead Museum from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Ethnicity & Community in Early Los Angeles. Lecture 2 of 3: African Americans. Admission is free. Reservations are recommended! For more information: 626/968-8492. 15415 East Don Julian Road, City of Industry, CA 91745. Tuesday, July 16, 2013 – Library Event Teen Board Gaming from 4:00 pm -7:30 pm. Wednesday, July 17, 2013 – Library Event Adult Summer Get Together from 10:00 am – 11:00 am. Find out what the library has to offer. Wednesday, July 17, 2013 – Library Event Family Fun Hour from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm. Parents and child join together for an hour of games and fun. Wednesday, July 17, 2013 – RKC Satellite Meeting Recycling Program Review - The Rosemead Kiwanis Club will hold its monthly satellite meeting from 4:00 to 5:00 pm in the conference room of the Rosemead Public Library. In addition to the usual K-family round-robin there will be special focus on the long term recycling contract between Republic Services and the City of Rosemead which starts this month. Thursday, July 18, 2013- RKC Luncheon Meeting Harvard Executive Education – Kiwanian and Rosemead Connections Chair (as well as City Council member) Sandra Armenta will share her experience of three weeks at Harvard, courtesy of a grant from the League of California Cities Latino Caucus. Included will be her hopes for using knowledge from this meeting to help further improve her hometown of Rosemead.

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American Cancer Society Relay For Life is Coming to Temple City

Saturday July 27th through Sunday July 28th, the American Cancer Society Relay For Life is coming to Temple City High School. What is Relay? A lifechanging event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people

who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. At Relay events, teams of people camp out at local high schools and take turns walking around the track. Each team is asked to have a representative

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Anime Expo Draws Huge Crowds to Los Angeles Convention Center

This 4th of July weekend, Mid Valley News and Mid Valley Radio attended the Anime Expo held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Anime Expo is an annual event put on by the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) celebrating Japanese animation, culture and music. The expo featured a number of workshops, panels, and exclusive events where at-

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tendees could express and expand their knowledge of the medium which could include ink, chalk and digital medium. The Main Events included the Anime Music Video Contest, Masquerade, and Battle of the Bands. These main events were a top attraction at the expo as well, providing attendees with an expansive list of entertainment.

The Anime Music Video (AMV) Contest offered participants an outlet of expressing their creativity through editing scenes from their favorite anime and cutting those scenes to music. Each contestant created a music video, which is subsequently entered into the contest. Their AMV is then played for the audience and then voted on by the audience. Several of the categories include Drama, Comedy, Action, and Romance. The winners received a special Director’s Chair as a prize. The Masquerade provided a chance for participants to show off their craftsmanship skills while cosplaying

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(i.e. dressing up) as their favorite character. Additionally, contestants also had a chance to show off their acting skills by performing skits while dressed as characters. There were certificates given out for craftsmanship, Best of Show, and presentation. Winners received cash prizes and a select few received highend Sewing and Embroi-

dery Machines courtesy of Pollard's Sew Creative. The Battle of the Bands featured several groups (two of which hailed from the Los Angeles area) whose roots ranged from death metal to jazz-fusion. Each group performed a few songs from their favorite anime and a panel of judges chose winners.

Anime Expo 2013 at the Los Angeles Convention Center had lots of Entertainment Los Angeles

On July 4 ~ July 7, 2013 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, The Anime Expo took over the South and West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to popularizing the unique and deep culture that surrounds of Japanese animation. Currently the largest Japanese Animation project managed which was founded in 1992. Anime Expo is an annual convention currently held at the Los Angeles Con-

by Devette Johnson

vention Center. Historically Anime Expo (AX) has been held on July 4th weekend as a 4-day event. Anime Expo has grown in scale dramatically, and is currently the

largest anime and manga convention in North America. It is the second longest running anime convention (after A-kon in Texas), which started in 1992. Popular events include the Masquerade Ball, Anime Music Video Contest, Concerts, Battle of the Bands, and the AX Fashion Show. The Expo is a 24-hour convention that offers late-night dances, all night video programming, tabletop gaming rooms, and open-mic Karaoke in the late evening/early morning hours. Many of the attendees cosplay (dress up) while attending the convention, and there are many gatherings for fans of different anime and manga series. Renowned for its ability to bring famous guests to America for panels and concerts, the Anime Expo has been the site of many U.S. premieres of shows, movies, and bands. Touring the West and

South Halls there were with video, graphic novhundreds of booths that had els and comic books, you original artwork from aspirwould have probably seen ing artists, collectibles and someone you knew walking original Japanese concept around in character. artwork. There were all walks of life represented. Many came in costumes from their favorite band, anime and/ or video game character. Most attendees in costume would gladly pose for a picture, all had to do was ask. So if photos by : Devette Johnson you were Anime Expo continued to page 15 familiar

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El Monte

Today, July 3, my family and I optimistically trekked off to our local Sears Store Outlet, firmly intending to replace our family's ailing washing machine. It fills with water and suddenly stops. This situation is worsened because now we must siphon out the water, and take our wet, unwashed

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Lost Tax Revenues for El Monte clothes off to a local laundromat. What a totally unexpected, unpleasant surprise for us. Upon entering the Sears Outlet Building. we looked to our right and saw a humongous collection of clothing and accessories for young and old--at bargain base prices. That was great...until

El Monte Mayor Andre Quintero greets the recruits at the 4th of July Pancake Breakfast

we looked to our left. To our left was only gigantic, totally, empty, barren floor space. Over two-thirds of the store are completely vacant--no merchandise, nary one single dryer, stove, refrigerator, or microwave anywhere to be found. Astoundingly, a mere three years ago, the then--El

Monte Sears Essentials Store stocked a plethora of great bargains on a wide range of home appliances. Our family purchased an electric clothes dryer and an overthe-stove microwave oven there. Consequently, our family must now journey off to a store in another community

by David Stephen Siegrist

to purchase a new clothes washing machine. Upon purchasing said item, we will then pay that city's local sales tax and then pay extra for shipment to El Monte. In the event of a malfunction with the washer, we will then have to transport it back to the store where it was purchased. This scenario has severe consequences for our city: lost tax revenue. Hopefully, our local electeds will see fit to correct this problem and encourage Sears Outlet to offer home appliances to us, the residents of El Monte. Simple question: IS THIS GOOD BUSINESS? WE MOST ASSUREDLY SAY, NO, IT MOST ASSUREDLY IS NOT!" WE WANT TO SHOP HERE IN EL MONTE AND NOT ELSEWHERE! Should we not have the right to do so?

El Monte Police Officers sing the National Anthem at the El Monte Officers Association 4th of July Pancake Breakfast

Military recruits are sworn into service after taking the oath at the 4th of July Pancake Breakfast

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The Peterson Principle By Tim Peterson

The Lakers didn't lose a superstar. They dodged a bullet. Actually I can't take credit for that line. It was written by a local sportswriter but in the case of Dwight Howard he was absolutely right. The Lakers didn't win with him last year. Why would they suddenly win with him this year? Howard has never won a title and is coming off a back injury. He wasn't the same last year and really is anybody really the same after a back injury? There's no guarantee that he would have been completely healthy again. Instead of mourning the loss of a star center the Lakers should be thanking him for saving them over one hundred million dollars. Howard doesn't want to be the man. He never did and that won't change. And then there are the surrounding parts. With a healthy Kobe Bryant, until late in the season, they finished seventh overall in the West. Why would be they be any better with a Bryant that is coming off an ACL injury. Steve Nash is a year older and so is Pau Gasol. And with Howard in the lineup Gasol was never going to flourish anyway. Metta World Peace? Really? Even if he's still on the roster he's never been the type of player that can score consistently-especially at 33. With Howard, the Lakers are stuck with him and his 100 million dollar salary for the next five years. Without him, they can have their pick of an abundance of free agents in 2014 including LeBron James. I'm not going to rip Howard for leaving $30 million on the table to sign with the Rockets. That's his choice. But it does make you wonder why the Lakers would desperately pursue a player that never wanted to be here. Those banners and billboards proclaiming “Stay” on them with a picture of Howard must now be an incredible embarrassment to the organization. Will the Rockets win an NBA championship now that Howard has signed on? For Dwight's sake they better hope so. For $100 million, second place doesn't cut it. Houston is going to need a little more than just Howard and James Harden to upend Miami or even San Antonio or Oklahoma City. Whether he likes it or not, the team and the entire city of Houston

will be looking at him to be “the man”. What about the Lakers? What do they do? Well after thanking Houston for taking Howard off of their hands, they bring Gasol back and give him a bigger role. They ease Bryant back, no need to rush him now, and count on a healthy Steve Blake to giving them a full year. As for World Peace, with the extra dough available, they might as well bring him back for defensive purposes. If nothing else he is entertaining. They might have to bite the bullet for one year until the 2014 crop but they will still be back in championship contention sooner than they would have been with Howard in the fold. When guys like Jonathon Pabelbon, Bruce Bochy, and Mike Scioscia say that Yasiel Puig hasn't paid his dues and shouldn't be in the All-Star game, it just makes them sound like bitter old men. If having a batting average of over .400 and having the second most hits in his first month of play second only to a guy named Joe DiMaggio isn't worthy of All-Star status then I don't know what is. I didn't know the All-Star game was based on career stats. I thought it was based on what you did in that particular year. Good news, bad news department: Good news: Two of the biggest local passing tournaments are still coming up this month at Santa Fe and Arroyo. Bad news: They are both scheduled for this Saturday July 13. Arroyo has 24 teams scheduled while Santa Fe tentatively has 25. Oh well I just might have to hit both. Gas prices be damned. That's my principle. Tim can be reached at

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Top Area Athletes 2012-2013 Top Area Boys Basketball Players 2012-2013 (Over the course of the next few weeks Mid Valley News will be listing the top ten performers from the recently completed school season. This week is boys basketball ext week will be softball, followed by baseball. The Mid honors all of these students who do it both in the classroom and on the field of play. Salute!)

1. Arroyo: Primitivo Gomez 2. Gabrielino: Tyler Shimamoto 3. Rio Hondo Prep: Ryan Wiley 4. Baldwin Park: Daniel Lopez 5. Gabrielino: Elijah Peters 6. Baldwin Park: Alex Delgado 7. Temple City: Felix Awujo 8. Bosco Tech: Steven Lara 9. Temple City: Goren Lee 10. El Monte: Jacob Moran

Arroyo Set to Host SGV Shootout The annual SGV Shootout is set for next Saturday July 13 at Arroyo High School. The Tournament has grown to 24 teams. “I think this may be the most balanced Tournament we have ever fielded.” said Arroyo HC Jim Singiser. ”From what I’ve seen this summer everybody looks pretty competitive.”

Group A: Bonita, Azusa, Bell Gardens, Lincoln. Group B: Arroyo, San Gabriel, Northview, Marshall Group C: Diamond Bar, Montebello, Temple City, Mountain View Group D: Maranatha, Rowland, Duarte, Gabrielino Group E: Buena Park, La Puente, Baldwin Park, Keppel

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FANVIEW By Joe Torosian

“Hooper drives the boat Chief...” --- Quint

With St. Louis shooting down upgrades to the Edward Jones Dome and the Rams able to break their lease after the 2014 season, then the only thing that will keep the Rams from returning to Los Angeles, and the state of California is the City of Los Angeles and the state of California. Who was the guy that was saying the Dodgers should release Juan Uribe? So Dwight Howard didn't like it in Los Angeles...It was too hard, none too promising, Kobe was none too nice... As someone who used to like Dwight Howard I’ve come to understand something about him now that I’ve seen him up close...He just ain’t no good. ...And he’s only an average basketball player. Next Add Dodgers: Whatever happened to Drew Gordon? Next Add Rams: I would love to spend the last half of my life seeing the Rams play right here...but then again why would anyone want to come here to run a business? A lot of football going on this Saturday...a lot. Last Add Dwight Howard: Things can happen and you can have have a child young and out of wedlock...I understand that...But if you have one child and leave them for someone else to raise, then you are a bad person. If you have three children and leave them for someone else to raise you are a really bad person. If you have eight children, reportedly by eight different women and all you give them is money...You have some serious reconciling you need to do before the Lord because your soul is sick and in serious danger. Pardon me if I’m not excited about the MLB All-Star game... There was a time that I was, but a combination of lack of interest by the players, a fat pitch from Atlee Hammaker to Fred Lynn, and a game that ended in a tie have combined to make it a serious drag. Last Add All-Star Game: As far as I’m concerned its a few extra days off for Jake Peavy to get healthy, off the disabled list, and back in my fantasy pitching rotation. Really Last Add All Star Game: It is not a night to invite your friends over, order a pizza, and hang out...Unless you want to invite me over to eat your pizza...I’ll hang out then. Contact Joe at

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Rosemead's Henderson Transfers to Cathedral


by Tim Peterson

Rosemead junior linebacker Matt Henderson has taken his talents to Cathedral. Henderson, who had 44 overall tackles for the Panthers last year, was expected to play a key part in the Rosemead defense this season. “He would have been one of the best linebackers in the area but he decided to transfer,” said Rosemead Coach Marc Paramo. “We wish him well and he's a good player but Rosemead football goes on. Well be fine.” Henderson also had 32 solo tackles and three sacks last season as a sophomore. Henderson made the decision to transfer to Cathedral within the last three weeks Paramo confirmed. Rosemead finished 4-6 overall last season and missed the playoffs but with a strong nucleus of young players the Panthers are again expected to contend for the Mission Valley League crown.

Do You Know Who This Guy Is? Twenty-five years ago this week (July 7, 1988) the California Angels beat the Cleveland Indians in Municipal Stadium, 7-1, in front of 10,889 people. Making his debut that day for the Angels was Terry Clark (La Puente High School Class of 1978) who went five innings, allowed just one earned run, walked none, and struck out one to get the win. The right handed Clark would go on to win his first five starts, and pitch his only MLB complete game shutout on August 27th, at home, against the New York Yankees. Clark struck out five and allowed seven hits to a

pinstripe line up that featured Don Mattingly, Ricky Henderson, Dave Winfield, Jack Clark, and Claudell Washington. That first season would be the high point of Clark’s career. In a twenty year professional run Clark spent six seasons in the Bigs and compiled a 10-23 record while playing for the Angels, the Houston Astros, the Atlanta Braves, Baltimore Orioles, Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Indians, and Texas Rangers. Originally he was a 23rd round draft selection of the St. Louis Cardinals out of Mt. San Antonio College. Currently he serves as a minor league pitching coach for the Round Rock Express of the Pacific Coast League.

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선거 공지 엘몬테 시 엘몬테 시의 자격있는 모든 유권자들에게 2013 년 11 월 5 일 화요일, 다음과

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL QUALIFIED VOTERS of the City of El Monte that a consolidated general municipal election will be held on TUESDAY,

같은 공직자 선출을 위하여 통합 시 총선거가 실시될 것임을 이에 공지하는

NOVEMBER 5, 2013, for the purpose of electing:



Full term of two (2) years


이(2)년의 전체 임기

Two Members of the City Council

Full term of four (4) years

시의원 두명

사(4)년의 전체 임기

City Clerk

Full term of four (4) years

시 서기관

사(4)년의 전체 임기

City Treasurer

Full term of four (4) years

시 재무관

사(4)년의 전체 임기

Inclusive of any other qualifying criteria mandated by the California Government Code, the California Elections Code or the El Monte Municipal Code, candidates for the above

캘리포니아 정부법, 캘리포니아 선거법 또는 엘몬테 시 조례에 의무시되는 다른

election must be registered voters residing in the City of El Monte.


자격조건 등을 모두 포함하여, 위 선거의 후보자들은 엘몬테 시에 거주하는 등록된

documents for the election shall be available no earlier than Monday, July 15, 2013, and

유권자이어야 합니다. 선거용 추천서류는, 선거법 10220, 10224 및 10407 조에 따라,

no later than Friday, August 9, 2013, Pursuant to Elections Code Section 10220, 10224

2013 년 7 월 15 일 월요일 이후부터 2013 년 8 월 9 일 금요일까지 11333 Valley

& 10407, at the City of El Monte, City Clerk’s Office, located at 11333 Valley


Boulevard, El Monte, California 91731, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Nomination documents must be filed at the office of the El Monte City Clerk, located at the above referenced address no later than 5:30 p.m. on Friday, August 9, 2013. Although the City Clerk’s Office is closed for business on Fridays along with all other City Hall offices, the City Clerk’s Office will be open on Friday, August 9, 2013, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for the sole purpose of issuing and accepting candidates’ nomination papers for the aforementioned consolidated general municipal election. Prospective candidates and members of the public are further advised that the City Clerk’s Office is not open on Saturdays, Sundays or any holiday observed by the City pursuant to Section 2.68.010 of the El Monte Municipal Code.







오전 7 시 30 분에서 오후 5 시 30 분 사이에 받으실 수 있습니다. 추천서류는 2013 년 8 월 9 일 금요일 오후 5 시 30 분 이전까지 위에 언급한 엘몬테 시 서기관실에 접수되어야 합니다. 시 서기관실은 다른 시청 사무실들과 마찬가지로 금요일마다 문을 닫지만, 2013 년 8 월 9 일 금요일, 오전 7 시 30 분에서 오후 5 시 30 분 사이에는 위에 언급한 통합 시 총선거용 후보자 추천서류를 발부하고 접수할 목적을 위해서만 문을 열 것입니다. 이에 더하여, 시 서기관실은 토요일, 일요일 또는 엘몬테 시 조례의 2.68.010 조에 따라 시에서 지키는 모든 공휴일에 문을 닫을 것임을 예비 후보자들과 일반 대중들에게 알리는 바입니다.

Pursuant to Elections Code Section 10225, if nomination documents for an

선거법 10225 조에 따라, 현직 공직자의 추천서류가 2013 년 8 월 9 일, 금요일

incumbent are not filed by 5:30 p.m. on Friday, August 9, 2013, the nomination period

오후 5:30 까지 접수되지 않는 경우, 추천기간은 2013 년 8 월 14 일, 수요일

shall be extended until 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 14, 2013. Furthermore, if the

오후 5:30 까지 연장될 것입니다. 또한, 특정 공직 또는 선출할 공직의 종류에

number of persons who have been nominated to a particular office or category of offices elected at large does not exceed the number to be filled, such office(s) may be filled by appointment in the manner prescribed by Elections Code Section 10229, provided any and all statutorily mandated conditions for making such an appointment are first met.

Notice Given: Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Lorene Gutierrez

On the date of the consolidated general municipal election, polling City places Clerk shall be

추천된 사람 수가 채워야 할 숫자를 넘지 않는 경우, 그러한 공직은, 임명을 하는 데 있어 법령에 의해 모든수요일 조건이 먼저 공지일: 2013 년 요구되는 7 월 10 일,

충족되는 한,Lorene 선거법 Gutierrez 10229 조에

규정된 방식대로 임명에 의해 채워질 수 있습니다. 통합 시 총선거 당일에, 투표소는 오전 7 시부터 오후 8 시

시 서기관 엘몬테 시 사이에 개장할


City of El Monte

공지서에 들어있는 정보에 관해 스패니쉬, 중국어 또는 베트남어로

Persons requiring multilingual assistance in Spanish, Chinese or Vietnamese

다중언어 도움이 필요하신 분들은 다음 번호로 전화하시면 됩니다: (626) 580-2016.

open between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. regarding information in the notice may call: (626) 580-2016.

Notice Given: Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Lorene Gutierrez City Clerk City of El Monte

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Publication Dates: Wednesday, July 10, 2013

2013 년 7 월 31 일, 수요일

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2013 년 8 월 7 일, 수요일

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NOTICE OF ELECTION 07-10-2013, 07-31-2013, 08-07-2013 MID VALLEY NEWS CITY OF EL MONTE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Consolidated General Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 for the following Officers: For Mayor For Two Members of the City Council For City Clerk For City Treasurer

Full term of two (2) years Full term of four (4) years Full term of four (4) years Full term of four (4) years

If no one or only one person is nominated for elective office, appointment to the elective office may be made as prescribed by Election Code Section 10229, of the State of California.

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Lorene Gutierrez, City Clerk City of El Monte Date Published: July 10 & July 31, 2013 August 7, 2013 07-31-2013, 07-31-2013, 08-07-2013

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CALIFICADOS de la ciudad de El Monte que se llevarán a cabo elecciones municipales

NG MGA KUWALIPIKADONG BOTANTE ng Lunsod ng El Monte na ang isang

generales consolidadas el MARTES 5 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2013 para fines de elegir:

pinagsamang pangkalahatang halalan ay gaganapin sa MARTES, NOBYEMBRE 5, 2013, para sa layunin ng paghalal sa:


Período completo de dos (2) años

Dos miembros del Concejo Municipal

Período completo de cuatro (4) años

Secretario Municipal

Período completo de cuatro (4) años

Tesorero Municipal

Período completo de cuatro (4) años

Incluyendo todo otro criterio de calificación dispuesto por el Código de Gobierno de California, el Código Electoral de California o el Código Municipal de El Monte, los candidatos de la elección antedicha deben ser electores registrados y residentes de la


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ciudad de El Monte. Los documentos de nominación para las elecciones estarán disponibles el lunes 15 de julio de 2013 y hasta el viernes 9 de agosto de 2013, conforme a los Artículos 10220, 10224 y 10407 del Código Electoral, en la ciudad de El

Kasama ang anumang ibang mga pamantayan sa pagiging kuwalipikado na ipinag-uutos

Monte, oficina de la Secretaria Municipal, situada en 11333 Valley Boulevard, El Monte,

ng Kodigo sa Pamahalaan ng California, ng Kodigo sa mga Halalan ng California o ng

California 91731 entre las 7:30 de la mañana y las 5:30 de la tarde. Los documentos de

Munisipal na Kodigo ng El Monte, ang mga kandidato para sa nasa itaas na halalan ay

nominación deben presentarse en la oficina de la Secretaria Municipal de El Monte, situada en la dirección que se indica arriba, antes de las 5:30 de la tarde del viernes 9 de agosto de 2013. Si bien la oficina de la Secretaria Municipal está cerrada los viernes al igual que otras oficinas de la Municipalidad, la oficina de la Secretaria Municipal estará abierta el viernes 9 de agosto de 2013 entre las 7:30 de la mañana y las 5:30 de la tarde para el único fin de expedir y aceptar documentos de nominación de candidatos para las elecciones municipales generales consolidadas que se indican anteriormente. Se informa también a los futuros candidatos y miembros del público que la oficina de la Secretaria Municipal no está abierta los sábados, domingos ni ningún feriado que observe la Ciudad conforme al Artículo 2.68.010 del Código Municipal de El Monte.

Conforme al Artículo 10225 del Código Electoral, si los documentos de nominación de un funcionario titular no se presentan antes de las 5:30 de la tarde del Election Notice/2013/Spanish viernes 9 de agosto de 2013, el período de nominación se extenderá hasta las 5:30 de la

tarde del miércoles 14 de agosto de 2013. Asimismo, si la cantidad de personas que han sido nombradas para un determinado cargo o categoría de cargos en elección general no supera la cantidad que debe ocuparse, dicho cargo o cargos podrán ocuparse por nombramiento en la forma que dispone el Artículo 10229 del Código Electoral, siempre que antes se cumpla con todas las condiciones dispuestas por la ley para efectuar dicho nombramiento. En el día de las elecciones municipales generales consolidadas, las casillas electorales estarán abiertas entre las 7:00 de la mañana y las 8:00 de la noche. Las personas que necesiten ayuda en español, chino o vietnamita con respecto a la información del aviso pueden llamar al número: (626) 580-2016.

Aviso dado: Miércoles 10 de julio de 2013

Lorene Gutierrez Secretaria Municipal Ciudad de El Monte

dapat na mga nakarehistrong botanteng naninirahan sa Lunsod ng El Monte. Ang mga dokumentong pangmungkahi para sa halalan ay dapat makuha nang hindi mas maaga kaysa Lunes, Hulyo 15, 2013, at hindi mas huli kaysa Biyernes, Agosto 9, 2013,


Alinsunod sa Seksyon 10220, 10224 at10407 ng Kodigo sa mga Halalan, sa Lunsod ng El Monte, Opisina ng Klerk ng Lunsod, matatagpuan sa 11333 Valley Boulevard, El Monte, California 91731, sa pagitan ng mga oras na ika-7:30 ng umaga at ika-5:30 ng hapon. Ang mga dokumentong pangmungkahi ay dapat iharap sa opisina ng Klerk ng Lunsod ng El Monte, matatagpuan sa direksiyon na tinukoy sa itaas bago lumampas ang ika-5:30 ng


hapon sa Biyernes, Agosto 9, 2013. Bagaman ang Opisina ng Klerk ng Lunsod ay sarado sa mga araw ng Biyernes kasama ng lahat ng ibang mga opisina sa Gusaling Panlunsod, ang Opisina ng Klerk ng Lunsod ay bukas sa Biyernes, Agosto 9, 2013, sa pagitan ng mga oras na ika-7:30 ng umaga at ika-5:30 ng hapon para sa tanging layunin na mag-isyu at tumanggap ng mga

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papel na pangmungkahi ng mga kandidato para sa nabanggit na pinagsamang pangkalahatang halalang ng munisipal. Ang mganamaaaring kandidato at ang mga katungkulan o kategorya mga katungkulan inihahalalmaging nang pangkalahatan ay hindi miyembro ng publiko ay sinsabihan din na ang Opisina ng Klerk Lunsodpunuan ay hindi humigit sa bilang na pupunuan, ang naturang (mga) katungkulan ay ng maaaring sa bukas sa mga ng araw ng Sabado, Linggo oitinatagubilin anumang piyesta opisyal na ipinagdiriwang pamamagitan paghirang sa paraang ng Seksyon 10229 ng Kodigo ng sa Lunsod alinsunod sa Seksyon ng Munisipal Kodigo ng El Monte. mga Halalan, sa kondisyon na 2.68.010 ang alinman at lahat ngnamga kondisyon na ipinag-uutos ng Alinsunod sa ng Seksyon 10225 ng Kodigo sa mga Halalan, kung ang mga batas para sa paggawa naturang paghirang ay natugunan muna. dokumentong para sa isang nanunungkulan ay hindi bago Sa petsapangmungkahi ng pinagsamang pangkalahatang halalang munisipal, angnaiharap mga lugar ng katungkulan o kategorya ng mga katungkulan na inihahalal nang pangkalahatan ay hindi lumampas ika-5:30 bukas ng hapon sa Biyernes, Agosto 9, 2013, ang panahon botohan ay ang mananatiling sa pagitan ng mga oras na ika-7 ng umaga at ika-8 ng humigit sa bilang na pupunuan, ang naturang (mga) katungkulan ay maaaring punuan sa pagmungkahi ay dapat palawigin hanggang ika-5:30 ng hapon sa Miyerkoles, Agosto 14, gabi. pamamagitan ng paghirang sa paraang itinatagubilin ng Seksyon 10229 ng Kodigo sa 2013. Ang Bukod pataong rito, kung ang bilang ng taong iminungkahi saTsino isang opartikular na mga nangangailangan ngmga tulong sa wikang Kastila, Biyetnamis mga Halalan, sa kondisyon na ang alinman at lahat ng mga kondisyon na ipinag-uutos ng katungkulan o kategorya ng mga katungkulan na inihahalal nang pangkalahatan ay hindi tungkol sa impormasyon na nasa paunawa ay maaaring tumawag sa: (626) 580-2016. Election Notice/2013/Tagalog batas para sa paggawa ng naturang paghirang ay natugunan muna. humigit sa bilang na pupunuan, ang naturang (mga) katungkulan ay maaaring punuan sa Sa petsa ng pinagsamang pangkalahatang halalang munisipal, ang mga lugar ng pamamagitan ng paghirang sa paraang itinatagubilin ng Seksyon 10229 ng Kodigo sa botohan ay mananatiling bukas sa pagitan ng mga oras na ika-7 ng umaga at ika-8 ng mga Halalan, sa kondisyon na ang alinman at lahat ng mga kondisyon na ipinag-uutos ng gabi. batas para sa paggawa ng naturang paghirang ay natugunan muna. Ang mga taong nangangailangan ng tulong sa wikang Kastila, Tsino o Biyetnamis Sa petsa ng pinagsamang pangkalahatang halalang munisipal, ang mga lugar ng tungkol impormasyon na nasa paunawa tumawag sa:Gutierrez (626) 580-2016. Ibinigaysa ang Paunawa: Miyerkoles, Hulyo ay 10,maaaring 2013 Lorene botohan ay mananatiling bukas sa pagitan ng mga oras naKlerk ika-7ng ngLunsod umaga at ika-8 ng Lunsod ng El Monte gabi.

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Mga Petsa ngPaunawa: Paglathala: Miyerkoles, 10, 2013 Lorene Gutierrez Ibinigay ang Miyerkoles, Hulyo Hulyo 10, 2013 Miyerkoles, Hulyo 31, 2013 Klerk ng Lunsod Lunsod ng El Monte Miyerkoles, Agosto 7, 2013

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NOTICE OF ELECTION Election Notice/2013/Spanish

Lorene Gutierrez Klerk ng Lunsod Lunsod ng El Monte


POR MEDIO DEL PRESENTE SE COMUNICA que el martes 5 de noviembre de 2013 se celebrarán Elecciones Generales Municipales Consolidadas para votar por los siguientes funcionarios: Para Alcalde Para dos miembros del Concejo Municipal Para Secretario Municipal Para Tesorero Municipal

Período completo de dos (2) años Período completo de cuatro (4) años Período completo de cuatro (4) años Período completo de cuatro (4) años

Si nadie o solamente una persona es nominada para estos cargos de elección, el nombramiento para ocupar el cargo de elección se podrá efectuar según lo dispone el Artículo 10229 del Código Electoral del Estado de California. Lorene Gutierrez, Secretaria Municipal Ciudad de El Monte Fecha de publicación: 10 y 31 de julio de 2013 7 de agosto de 2013 07-10-2013, 07-31-2013, 08-07-2013


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Miyerkoles, Hulyo 31, 2013 PAUNAWA NG HALALAN Miyerkoles, Agosto LUNSOD NG 7, EL2013 MONTE

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ANGPetsa PAUNAWA AY IBINIBIGAY SA PAMAMAGITAN Mga ng Paglathala: Miyerkoles, Hulyo 10, 2013NITO na ang isang Pinagsamang 07-10-2013, 07-31-2013, 08-07-2013 MIDsaVALLEY NEWS Pangkalahatang Halalang Munisipal ay gaganapin Martes, Miyerkoles, Hulyo 31, 2013Nobyembre 5, 2013, para sa mga sumusunod na Katungkulan:

Miyerkoles, Agosto 7, 2013


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apat (4) na taon

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Buong panahon ng panunungkulan na apat (4) na taon

Ingat-yaman ng Lunsod

Buong panahon ng panunungkulan na apat (4) na taon

Election Notice/2013/Tagalog

Kung walang iminungkahi o iisang tao lamang ang iminungkahi para sa isang inihahalal na katungkulan, ang paghirang sa isang inihahalal na katungkulan ay maaaring gawin gaya ng itinatagubilin sa Seksyon 10229 ng Kodigo sa Halalan, ng Estado ng California.

Lorene Gutierrez, Klerk Election Notice/2013/Tagalog

ng Lunsod Lunsod ng El Monte Petsa Inilathala: Hulyo 10 at Hulyo 31, 2013 Agosto 7, 2013

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選舉通知 埃爾蒙提市 特此通知,埃爾蒙提市所有合格選民,將於 2013 年 11 月 5 日﹙星期二﹚舉

THEO ĐÂY LÀ THÔNG BÁO CHO TẤT CẢ CỬ TRI HỢP LỆ của Thành Phố El Monte rằng sẽ có một cuộc tổng tuyển cử thành phố kết hợp được tổ chức vào ngày


THỨ BA, 5 THÁNG MƯỜI MỘT, 2013, để bầu:

Thị Trưởng



Trọn nhiệm kỳ hai (2) năm



Hai Ủy Viên Hội Đồng Thành Phố

Trọn nhiệm kỳ bốn (4) năm



Thư Ký Thành Phố

Trọn nhiệm kỳ bốn (4) năm

Thủ Quỹ Thành Phố

Trọn nhiệm kỳ bốn (4) năm



Gồm cả bất cứ tiêu chuẩn nào khác để hội đủ điều kiện theo Bộ Luật Chính Quyền


California, Bộ Luật Bầu Cử California hoặc Bộ Luật Thành Phố El Monte, các ứng cử


viên trong cuộc bầu cử trên phải là cử tri có ghi danh cư ngụ tại Thành Phố El Monte. Sẽ

「選舉法規」第 10220、10224 及 10407 節的規定,選舉提名文件將在 2013 年 7 月

có văn kiện đề cử cho cuộc bầu cử này sớm nhất là ngày Thứ Hai, 15 Tháng Bảy, 2013,

15 日﹙星期一﹚至 2013 年 8 月 9 日﹙星期五﹚之間在埃爾蒙提市書記員辦公室提

và trễ nhất là ngày Thứ Sáu, 9 Tháng Tám, 2013, theo Bộ Luật Bầu Cử Đoạn 10220, 10224 & 10407, tại Văn Phòng Thư Ký Thành Phố, Thành Phố El Monte, tọa lạc tại 11333 Valley Boulevard, El Monte, California 91731, từ 7:30 sáng đến 5:30 chiều. Văn kiện đề cử phải được nộp tại văn phòng Thư Ký Thành Phố El Monte, tọa lạc tại địa chỉ nói trên trễ nhất là 5:30 chiều ngày Thứ Sáu, 9 Tháng Tám, 2013.

供,地址﹕11333 Valley Boulevard, El Monte, California 91731,辦公時間為上午 7 時 30 分至下午 5 時 30 分。提名文件必須於 2013 年 8 月 9 日﹙星期五﹚下午 5 時 30 分之前提交至位於以上地址的埃爾蒙提市書記員辦公室。 雖然市書記員辦公室以及所有其他市政廳辦公室於星期五均不辦公,市書記

Tuy Văn Phòng Thư Ký Thành Phố đóng cửa vào những ngày Thứ Sáu cùng với

員辦公室將於 2013 年 8 月 9 日﹙星期五﹚上午 7 時 30 分至下午 5 時 30 分之間正

tất cả các văn phòng khác của Tòa Thị Sảnh, Văn Phòng Thư Ký Thành Phố sẽ mở cửa


vào ngày Thứ Sáu, 9 Tháng Tám, 2013, từ 7:30 sáng đến 5:30 chiều chỉ để phát và nhận

的候選人及公眾注意,按照「埃爾蒙提市法規」第 2.68.010 節的規定,市書記員辦

giấy tờ đề cử của các ứng cử viên cho cuộc tổng tuyển cử thành phố kết hợp nói trên. Những người muốn ứng cử và công chúng nên lưu ý thêm rằng Văn Phòng Thư Ký Thành Phố không mở cửa vào những ngày Thứ Bảy, Chủ Nhật hoặc bất cứ ngày lễ nào của Thành Phố theo Đoạn 2.68.010 của Bộ Luật Thành Phố El Monte.

公室在星期六、星期日或市政府慶祝的任何節日不辦公。 按照「選舉法規」第 10225 節的規定,如果在 2013 年 8 月 9 日(星期五) 下午 5 時 30 分之前無人提交現任公職的提名文件,提名期將延長至 2013 年 8 月

Theo Bộ Luật Bầu Cử Đoạn 10225, nếu các văn kiện đề cử cho một viên chức

14 日﹙星期三﹚下午 5 時 30 分。此外,如果以自由選舉方式提名擔任某一特定職

đương nhiệm không được nộp trễ nhất là 5:30 chiều ngày Thứ Sáu, 9 Tháng Tám, 2013,


thời gian đề cử sẽ được gia hạn cho đến 5:30 chiều ngày Thứ Tư, 14 Tháng Tám, 2013.

10229 節規定的方式採取任命的方法指定,但須首先符合進行此類任命的任何及全

Thêm nữa, nếu số người được đề cử vào một chức vụ hoặc loại chức vụ nào đó được bầu Election Notice/2013/Vietnamese


tự do toàn thành phố không nhiều hơn số ghế cần bầu, (các) chức vụ đó có thể được bổ nhiệm theo cung cách quy định trong Bộ Luật Bầu Cử Đoạn 10229, miễn là trước hết phải hội đủ bất cứ và tất cả điều kiện nào do luật định để bổ nhiệm vào chức vụ đó. Vào ngày tổng tuyển cử thành phố kết hợp, các địa điểm bỏ phiếu sẽ mở cửa từ

Election Notice/2013/Chinese

在統一市級普選日,投票站將於上午七時至下午八時之間開放。 需要獲得有關本通知內容的西班牙語、漢語或越南語多種語言協助的人,請 電洽﹕(626) 580-2016。

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通知下達日期:2013 年 7 月 10 日(星期三) Lorene Gutierrez 埃爾蒙提市 市書記員 Thông Báo Ra Ngày: Thứ Tư, 10 Tháng Bảy, 2013

Lorene Gutierrez Thư Ký Thành Phố Thành Phố El Monte


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2013 年 7 月 10 日(星期三) 2013 年 7 月 31 日(星期三)

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2013 年 8 月 7 日(星期三)

Ngày Phát Hành: Thứ Tư, 10 Tháng Bảy, 2013

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Thứ Tư, 31 Tháng Bảy, 2013


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Thứ Tư, 7 Tháng Tám, 2013

NOTICE OF ELECTION 07-10-2013, 07-31-2013, 08-07-2013


選舉通知 埃爾蒙提市

NOTICE OF ELECTION THÔNG BÁO BẦU CỬ THÀNH PHỐ EL MONTE THEO ĐÂY LÀ THÔNG BÁO rằng sẽ có một cuộc Tổng Tuyển Cử Thành Phố kết hợp được tổ chức vào ngày Thứ Ba, 5 Tháng Mười Một, 2013, cho các Chức Vụ sau:

Election Notice/2013/Vietnamese

Bầu Thị Trưởng

Trọn nhiệm kỳ hai (2) năm

Bầu Hai Ủy Viên Hội Đồng Thành Phố

Trọn nhiệm kỳ bốn (4) năm

Bầu Thư Ký Thành Phố

Trọn nhiệm kỳ bốn (4) năm

Bầu Thủ Quỹ Thành Phố

Trọn nhiệm kỳ bốn (4) năm

Nếu không có ai hoặc chỉ có một người được đề cử vào chức vụ bầu cử, thì chức vụ bầu cử đó có thể được bổ nhiệm theo cung cách quy định trong Bộ Luật Bầu Cử Đoạn 10229, của Tiểu Bang California.

特此通知,將於 2013 年 11 月 5 日﹙星期二﹚舉行統一市級普選,選舉以下官員﹕









Election Notice/2013/Chinese

如果沒有人或僅有一人被提名當選選舉職務,可能依照加利福尼亞州《選舉法典》 第 10229 節的規定任命擔任選舉職務的人士。

Lorene Gutierrez 埃爾蒙提市 市書記員 刊登日期﹕

Lorene Gutierrez, Thư Ký Thành Phố Thành Phố El Monte Ngày Phát Hành: 10 Tháng Bảy & 31 Tháng Bảy, 2013 7 Tháng Tám, 2013 07-10-2013, 07-31-2013, 08-07-2013


2013 年 7 月 10 日及 7 月 31 日 2013 年 8 月 7 日

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Page 14 TRUSTEE SALE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE TS No. CA12-500370-VF Order No.: 120081396-CABFI YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED 11/28/2006. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. A public auction sale to the highest bidder for cash, cashier’s check drawn on a state or national bank, check drawn by state or federal credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, or savings association, or savings bank specified in Section 5102 to the Financial Code and authorized to do business in this state, will be held by duly appointed trustee. The sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining principal sum of the note(s) secured by the Deed of Trust, with interest and late charges thereon, as provided in the note(s), advances, under the terms of the Deed of Trust, interest thereon, fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee for the total amount (at the time of the initial publication of the Notice of Sale) reasonably estimated to be set forth below. The amount may be greater on the day of sale. BENEFICIARY MAY ELECT TO BID LESS THAN THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE. Trustor(s): DONALD K. LUU, A SINGLE MAN Recorded: 11/30/2006 as Instrument No. 06 2651330 and re-recorded on 10/5/2007 as Instrument Number 20072292664 and rerecorded on 10/5/2007 as Instrument Number 20072292664 of Official Records in the office of the Recorder of LOS ANGELES County, California; Date of Sale: 7/24/2013 at 11:00 AM Place of Sale: By the fountain located at 400 Civic Center Plaza, Pomona, CA 91766 Amount of unpaid balance and other charges: $540,853.14 The purported property address is: 11096 SCHMIDT ROAD, EL MONTE, CA 91733 Assessor’s Parcel No.: 8105-018-048 NOTICE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If you are considering bidding on this property lien, you should understand that there are risks involved in bidding at a trustee auction. You will be bidding on a lien, not on the property itself. Placing the highest bid at a trustee auction does not automatically entitle you to free and clear ownership of the property. You should also be aware that the lien being auctioned off may be a junior lien. If you are the highest bidder at the auction, you are or may be responsible for paying off all liens senior to the lien being auctioned off, before you can receive clear title to the property. You are encouraged to investigate the existence, priority, and size of outstanding liens that may exist on this property by contacting the county recorder’s office or a title insurance company, either of which may charge you a fee for this information. If you consult either of these resources, you should be

aware that the same lender may hold more than one mortgage or deed of trust on the property. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER: The sale date shown on this notice of sale may be postponed one or more times by the mortgagee, beneficiary, trustee, or a court, pursuant to Section 2924g of the California Civil Code. The law requires that information about trustee sale postponements be made available to you and to the public, as a courtesy to those not present at the sale. If you wish to learn whether your sale date has been postponed, and, if applicable, the rescheduled time and date for the sale of this property, you may call 714-730-2727 for information regarding the trustee’s sale or visit this Internet Web site , using the file number assigned to this foreclosure by the Trustee: CA-12-500370-VF . Information about postponements that are very short in duration or that occur close in time to the scheduled sale may not immediately be reflected in the telephone information or on the Internet Web site. The best way to verify postponement information is to attend the scheduled sale. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the property address or other common designation, if any, shown herein. If no street address or other common designation is shown, directions to the location of the property may be obtained by sending a written request to the beneficiary within 10 days of the date of first publication of this Notice of Sale. If the Trustee is unable to convey title for any reason, the successful bidder’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be the return of monies paid to the Trustee, and the successful bidder shall have no further recourse. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee, or the Mortgagee’s Attorney. If you have previously been discharged through bankruptcy, you may have been released of personal liability for this loan in which case this letter is intended to exercise the note holders right’s against the real property only. As required by law, you are hereby notified that a negative credit report reflecting on your credit record may be submitted to a credit report agency if you fail to fulfill the terms of your credit obligations. THIS OFFICE IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Date: Quality Loan Service Corporation 2141 5th Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 619-645-7711 For NON SALE information only Sale Line: 714-730-2727 Or Login to: http:// Reinstatement Line: (866) 645-7711 Ext 5318 Quality Loan Service Corp. TS No.: CA-12-500370VF IDSPub #0052224 7/3/2013 7/10/2013 7/17/2013 MID VALLEY NEWS

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PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF EL MONTE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING/COMMUNITY WORKSHOP Informational Workshop on the City of El Monte’s 2014-2021 Housing Element (Taller informativo sobre El Elemento de Vivienda 2014-2021 de la Ciudad de El Monte)

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Notice is hereby given that a public hearing/workshop will be held before the El Monte Planning Commission on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of El Monte City Hall East, 11333 Valley Boulevard, El Monte, CA 91731. At that time and place, public comment is requested and information will be presented regarding the 2014-2021 Housing Element update process.

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The Housing Element is one of the seven State mandated General Plan Elements. The Housing Element is subject to detailed statutory requirements regarding its content and must be updated every eight years. It is the only General Plan Element subject to mandatory review by a State agency; the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD). The purpose of the Housing Element is to examine the housing needs of residents, create and guide housing policy in the City, and identify locations to accommodate the City’s Regional Housing Need Assessment (RHNA). This workshop will provide basic information about the Housing Element update process, legislative requirements, contents of the document, and the benefits of achieving a Housing Element that is certified by HCD. If you are unable to attend the public hearing/workshop, you may direct written comments no later than prior to the date of the hearing to: Marcella Magdaleno Planning Division 11333 Valley Blvd. El Monte, CA 91731-3293 Information may be obtained, or a public file on the Housing Element may be reviewed, at the above address between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, except legal holidays. You may also contact Senior Planner Tamara Campbell at (626) 580-2064. If you plan on attending the public hearing/community workshop and need a special accommodation because of a sensory or mobility impairment/disability, or have a need for an interpreter, please contact the Planning Division at (626) 5800-8626 to arrange for those accommodations to be made. Notification by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, 2013 will enable the City to make reasonable accommodations to assure accessibility at the hearing/workshop. Published on July 10, 2013 07-10-2013


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This was an eye-opening event. This event seems to be getting larger and larger every year. A couple of the big companies represented were and Neon Alley. VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media) is one of the most comprehensive and innovative companies in the field of manga (graphic novel) publishing, animation and entertainment licensing of Japanese content. They displayed several animes such as Bleach, Naruto, Berserk and Blue Exorcist, to name a few. Neon Alley is a 24/7 video streaming service for anime fans. Neon Alley streams anime - uncut, dubbed and (when available) in HD! – or straight to your TV via your connected PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 video

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game console, and now on your personal computer over the internet, for the current monthly rate of only $6.99 a month. The service includes EXCLUSIVE English dubbed premieres of some of the best anime in the world. How some people define manga is somewhat controversial. Outside of

Japan, the term usually means a cartoon or comic from Japan, and even more specifically, drawings by a Japanese mangaka — a cartoon/comic artist. In recent decades, however, people from other countries have started working in this style, and the Japanese traditionally have used the word to refer to any cartoon or comic, regardless of where a person drew it or where he or she lives. Some experts argue that it’s better to categorize these works based on the specific characteristics usually found in the drawings for this reason. So if you are into anime of any type you won’t want to miss the Anime Expo next year. Enjoy the pictures and see you next year.

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50 lap main event where Ryan Partridge struggled to keep his second place spot for the last 15 laps of the race when his truck started pouring dark gray smoke out the back form an unknown source. He continued to hold onto his second

place spot the rest of the race to lead into his skid plate trophy dash race. When it came to the Lucas Oil Late Models Ryan Partridge came out on top with a win followed by Andrew Porter of La Verne.

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