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City not wavering in hunt for waiver Wastewater plant exemption appeal set BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON

The city of San Diego will officially appeal the California Coastal Commission’s (CCC) denial of a waiver that would allow the Point Loma Wastewater Treatment Plant to operate below pollution standards. The formal challenge will take place during next month’s regular CCC meeting on Oct. 8 in Oceanside. “It will be thoroughly discussed at the hearing,” said CCC legislative coordinator Sarah Christie. An appearance before the 12 commissioners is one of two routes of appeal that the city has at its disposal. If the direct CCC appeal is unsuccessful, the city can appeal the commission’s decision to the

U.S. Department of Commerce. “That’s the most expedient way to take another look at the issue,” Christie said of the meeting appeal. Since the August meeting, when the waiver was rejected 8-1, two new commissioners have been named to the CCC, possibly influencing the appeal process. Santa Cruz County Supervisor Mark Stone and Oceanside City Councilwoman Esther Sanchez will replace two commissioners whose terms had expired. Christie said the waiver was not discussed during the CCC’s September meeting in Eureka. “There could definitely be some merit for the commission to have some additional discussion on the SEE WAIVER, Page 5

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Statue pays tribute to city’s rich fishing, cannery history BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON

A thriving industry in San Diego in the 20th century — one steeped in tradition for generations of Portuguese and Italian families in the Peninsula area — tuna fishing and canning was driven from the area in the mid-1980s because of toothier environmental laws, foreign competition and cost efficiency problems that forced much of the industry overseas. On Saturday, Sept. 26, a public art project honoring the gritty, physically demanding industry will be dedicated downtown. “It’s going to be a beautiful day to be able to salute the cannery industry and the fishing industry, so I’m really looking forward to the date,” said Port of San Diego commissioner Robert “Dukie” Valderrama. The tribute to cannery workers, dubbed Parque del Sol, is located at Parque del Sol, a tribute to the fated the corner of Cesar Chavez Parktuna fishing and canning industries in way and Crosby Street, adjacent to San Diego, will be dedicated downtown on Saturday, Sept. 26. COURTESY PHOTO

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Folklore festival dishes up color, culture Cultural revelers were dazzled by color, music, food and frivolity during the annual Portuguese Folklore Festival at the United Portuguese S.E.S. Hall on Saturday, Sept. 19. Top, dancers show off their traditional dance moves while, at left, costumed participants check out a vendor booth with plenty of Portuguese-themed items. At right, PHOTOS BY MARIA EPSTEN | THE BEACON Sabrina and her son, Adrian, share a moment with family friend Emily.

Cabrillo’s landing put San Diego on map — literally A traditional re-enactment of Juan Cabrillo’s landing on the shores of San Diego in 1542 takes place at 1 p.m. Sunday at Ballast Point in Point Loma. PAUL HANSEN | THE BEACON

BY SEBASTIAN RUIZ | THE BEACON

Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo sailed into San Diego Bay in 1542 and named the area San Miguel. Not until the arrival of Sebastian Vizcaino in 1602 on the flagship “San Diego” did the city get its current name. Vizcaino surveyed San Diego Bay and what is now Mission Bay and named the land for the Spanish Roman Catholic saint San Diego de Alcala, according to

the San Diego Historical Society. Yet during the initial discovery 467 years ago, Cabrillo originally claimed the area for the king of Spain prior to sailing up the coast of California before the region was renamed San Diego. The explorer died about four months later in the Channel Islands near Santa Barbara, according to a timeline pubSEE CABRILLO, Page 3

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Point Loma’s award-winning theater icon, Larry Zeiger, will host a gala feting the release of his new CD. 8

Point Loma Nazarene officials are set to unveil the winners of the latest ‘Dealmaker of the Year’ awards. 3

The Pointers use their stingy defense to upend El Capitan High and remain unbeaten. 11


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Movers, shakers set for PLNU ‘dealmaker’ honor The Fermanian School of Business and Business Center of Point Loma Nazarene University and title sponsor Nielsen Construction will reveal the winners of the 2009 “Dealmakers of the Year” on Friday, Sept. 25 at The Dana on Mission Bay. The Dealmaker awards annually honor San Diego individuals and firms that create significant long-term value for the region. Nominations were solicited from the general public and a formal nominating committee. About 35 total nominations were received and reviewed by the committee, with three finalists in each category:

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Individual dealmakers

Fishermen young and old spread across the Ocean Beach Pier on Saturday for the annual OB Fishing Derby, co-sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Ocean Beach and the OB Recreation Center. The event drew a group of roughly 60 youngsters. Top, an area couple encouraged their 6year-old daughter and 5-year-old son to participate in the derby. Left, Hayden Hartshorn waits patiently for a bite. Right, youngsters try their best to get the hang of it. TOP PHOTO COURTESY OF JIM GRANT/BOTTOM PHOTOS BY MARIA EPSTEN | THE BEACON

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• Neal Schmale, president and COO for Sempra Energy, for leadership in numerous strategic initiatives for the San Diego-based Fortune 500 company, which led to a No. 1 ranking in customer satisfaction for all U.S. utilities. Sempra was recently named the “Smartest Utility in the U.S.” • Dr. Harry Gruber, CEO and president of Tocagen, a local biopharmaceutical company pursuing the discovery, development and commercialization of products for the treatment of cancer. An initial focus is on treatments for terminally ill cancer patients for whom no adequate treatment currently exists. • Allan Camaisa, founder and CEO of Anakem Inc., for forging a vision of identity security through technological innovation that is user-friendly, secure and affordable, leading to industry breakthroughs for healthcare, national defense and other fields, as well as for leading numerous other entrepreneurial ventures in San Diego.

Desalination Project for tenacity and leadership in addressing regional water shortages. After 10 years of planning and five years in a state permitting process, the project has now received final approval and is expected to be operational in 2011. • NAVFAC Southwest and its 3,000 employees for providing local construction employment to offset the slowdown in construction through solar-power projects at various military bases, communications buildings and other locations. NAVFAC Southwest has been a significant employer of new college graduates. • The San Diego Zoo for a wide variety of regional and global efforts, including activities as diverse as protection and expansion of endangered species, animal habitat and health and direct leadership in biodiversity and biomimicry (the emerging field of innovation inspired by nature).

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University officials said surprises always await the event’s participants. “At the breakfast presentation, all people in attendance will learn of the final selection, including the nominating committee members,” said Randy Ataide, director of the Fermanian Business Center and professor of entrepreneurship at PLNU. “This really helps create suspense and surprise at the breakfast,” he said. Tickets may still be available. For information or tickets, call (619) 849-2564, visit www.pointloma.edu/Fermanian or e-mail cathygallagher@pointloma.edu. — Staff and contribution


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lished by the San Diego Historical Society. To celebrate the discovery, hundreds of people will gather in Point Loma for the 46th annual Cabrillo Festival at the Cabrillo National Monument on Saturday, Sept. 26 and Sunday, Sept. 27 — starting at 9 a.m. — to enjoy a weekend of living history that includes a re-enactment of Cabrillo’s landing in the bay at what is now Ballast Point in Point Loma. “It’s really going to be a day full of fun for the entire family … with dancing and music and fun activities for children,” said Mary Correia, Cabrillo Festival Inc. president. “They have similar celebrations in Ensenada [Mexico].” Miss Cabrillo Festival winner Janessa M. Garcia will represent the Cabrillo festivities at events in Mexico and San Diego, according to officials. And because Sept. 26 is National Public Lands Day, no entrance fee will be charged at the Cabrillo Monument and park activities are free, according to festival organizers. For 46 years, hundreds have gathered to celebrate this piece of San Diego history with music, dancing, food and fun for children and history buffs alike, with a weekend of history lessons and experiences aboard historical vessels like those sailed by 16th-century explorers. The event features a “living history encampment” on Sept. 26 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The encampment at the Cabrillo National Monument features a

glimpse into the explorers’ lives in the 16th century. To get a firsthand experience, visitors can sail aboard the privateer vessel Lynx. Guests will get a taste of life aboard this vessel representative of those sailed during the war of 1812, according to Lynx Educational Foundation officials. Cabrillo was on board the San Salvador, an older vessel from a different era, said Jeffrey Woods, a Lynx Educational Foundation representative. “[But] we try and replicate the event and any ship of that time. We’ll fly the flags … and people will dress up,” Woods said. The Lynx will sail alongside the Californian and into the San Diego at Ballast Point, where visitors can relive the moment Cabrillo arrived in the bay. Festivalgoers also have a chance to board the ship on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Maritime Museum of San Diego for $75 a ticket. A half-hour National Park Service film, “In Search of Cabrillo,” will also be shown throughout the day at the Cabrillo National Monument auditorium at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. At noon Saturday, a scheduled presentation titled “Filipinas and the California Coast 1512-1793,” will be presented by historian Joseph Sanchez. Sanchez is also scheduled to deliver the keynote address. The day’s activities will move into evening celebrations at the United Portuguese S.E.S. Hall, 2818 Avenida de Portugal in Point Loma. The Cabrillo Discovery Celebration Dinner and Dance, sponsored by Cabrillo Civic Club 16, allows Cabrillo Festival participants to rediscover fun for $40 a ticket.

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Tickets can be purchased by calling (619) 426-0769 or (619) 221-8084. Sunday’s festivities center around the Cabrillo Festival Open House from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The festival’s open house at Ballast Point is believed to be the location where Cabrillo landed on Sept. 28, 1542, according to Cabrillo Monument officials. Ballast Point is located on Naval

Base Point Loma at the south end of Rosecrans Street. The open house festival will also feature a full display of dancing, music and storytelling traditions of Mexico, Native American traditions and those of Spanish and Portuguese cultures. The open house also features the 2009 Miss Cabrillo Festival, Miss Janessa Garcia and 2009 Queen of the Casa de

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Espana, Miss LeAna Alvarez. A re-enactment of the landing at Ballast Point takes place Sept. 27 at 1 p.m. The privateer Lynx will sail along-side the Californian delivering actors dressed as Cabrillo and his soldiers. For more information on the Cabrillo Festival and a full list of events, visit www.cabrillofestival.org.

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Members of the Ballance family joined other volunteers in Ocean Beach on Saturday during the California Coastal Cleanup Day. PHOTO BY MARIA EPSTEN | THE BEACON

Record numbers turn out for Coastal Cleanup Day BY ANTHONY GENTILE | THE BEACON

Waterways around San Diego are a little bit cleaner this week following a record-breaking turnout for the 25th annual California Coastal Cleanup Day. An estimated 65,000 pounds of trash was removed from 80 cleanup sites at the California Coastal Cleanup Day on Sept. 19. A total of 9,587 volunteers participated at the event’s 80 cleanup

sites — a record number. Trash bagged ranged from the expected — cigarette butts, bottlecaps and plastic bags — to the unexpected, including an ATM machine, a fake nose and pickles. The 80 sites in San Diego were part of a statewide effort in which 56,877 volunteers collected 801,937 pounds of trash. For more information, including additional statistics, visit www.cleanupday.org.

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The nine-month Rosecrans Corridor Mobility Study that started in June is halfway home. The study aimed at improving transportation along the corridor is scheduled to select a preferred alternative to help resolve traffic issues at a meeting next month. So far, the study’s 12-member project working group has held four monthly meetings. The public has also been involved with this process by participating in “walking audits” of the four different areas in June and July and voicing their concerns at two community workshops, the most recent of which was held Sept. 16. Project working group meetings are open to the public. The next one will be held Monday, Oct. 19 Military to offer H1N1 flu from 6:45 to 8:45 p.m. at the NTC Command Center on 2640 Historic shots to servicemembers Decatur Road. For more informaDefense Department officials are tion or to submit comments, visit preparing to launch a vaccination www.sandiego.gov/engineering- program against the H1N1 flu virus cip/rosecransstudy/. and the traditional flu and will be making the shots available to all military members in early October. Walk/run fundraiser to The vaccination program will help cops afford homes allow military personnel to avoid The San Diego Association of having to pay for H1N1 flu vaccinaRealtors will bring back its popular tions from civilian doctors and at

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the same time preserve available vaccine supplies in the public stock, according to Army Lt. Col. Wayne Hachley, director of preventive medicine for the Defense Department’s health affairs. Military officials said vaccinations against the traditional flu are already being made available to servicemembers at no cost. For more information, visit www.defenselink.mil/home/feature s/2009/0509_h1n1.

Weight-loss challenge event planned in OB A local resident is challenging people to a competition to lose weight and get healthy. The nonprofit, eight-week Ocean Beach Challenge starts Wednesday, Sept 30 and includes tips on nutrition and exercise, paired with a little friendly competition. The course, hosted by Nina Fussing, has an entry fee of $29, $25 of which goes into a prize-pot for the biggest losers (by percentage of weight). The winner takes home 50 percent of the pot, with 30 percent and 20 percent awarded to the 2nd and 3rd place winners, respectively. The event takes place at 1958 Sunset Cliffs Blvd. To register, call (858) 703-7195, e-mail nina@fussing.com or visit www.meetup.com/Ocean-BeachWeightloss-Challenge. Treatment Plant opened in 1963 and is located at 1902 Gatchell Road. According to the city, the facility treats about 175 million gallons of wastewater per day. The outfall pipe extends 4.5 miles into the ocean.


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Crosby Street Park. The site is where cannery workers used to go during their breaks. “Parque del Sol was originally created by the workers themselves,” said Allan Tait, Port of San Diego public art organizer, “even though it was [initially] not much more than a coral tree and some picnic tables in this little parcel next to the building.” Valderrama will emcee the dedication, which begins at 10:30 a.m. The tribute has special meaning for Valderrama. Ten of his family members worked in the Van Camp and Bumble Bee canneries around the waterfront. “It means a lot because I come from a very big family that was really not a very rich family,” Valderrama said. “We were a working family and this was the means of how our family was able to survive. And it was not only our family, it was the whole community.” The tribute consists of three lifesize bronze figures — a woman and two men. An arch of stainlesssteel tuna connects the male figures, one crouched with a basket of fish and the other who appears to be catching fish. The female figure is cleaning the fish. Each of the figures is depicted in cannery-appropriate uniforms from three different eras — the 1920s, 1940s and 1960s. “It’s a pretty good depiction of the amount of work and how tough the work was back then,” Valderrama said. Near the three statues are historical plaques attached to equipment and parts retrieved from former canneries. The landscaping at the tribute site is focused around a coral tree that is an original fixture of the park. The tree is encircled by a mosaic sun and has a seat wall and sidewalk around it. The tribute site also has an expanse of grass and textured sea- and sand-colored paving. The project was created by Valerie Salatino and Nancy Moran of Nature Works, Inc., an Escondido-based company. “It’s a completely different design that anything we’ve done,” Tait

said. The idea for the tribute arose when the Port District was considering public art projects in 2004. By then, the tuna canning industry had been dark for about two decades. “Thousands of people were involved in the industry,” Tait said. “There were canneries all along the shore of San Diego Bay at one time.” According to Point Loma resident August Felando, a local historian and 40-year veteran of the industry, the first cannery dedicated to packing canned tuna opened in San Diego in 1911. By the early 1950s, there were six tuna canneries operating in San Diego. According to Port District officials, at its height, the tuna canning industry employed 17,000 people and had an annual economic impact of $65 million. “The tuna industry was one of the largest industries in San Diego up until World War II,” Tait said. “It was a huge industry, both from the fishing point of view and the fish processing point of view.” The industry also has ties to the roots of a number of different cultures’ origins in San Diego. Among the ethnic groups that worked in tuna fishing and cannery were Italians, Portuguese, Japanese and Mexicans. “It’s important to a lot of people in the community because even though they may not have worked in it, their ancestors did,” Tait said. “It was a real entry point for immigrants who came to America in those days, enabling them to get a foot in the door of the so-called ‘American Dream.’” While the bulk of the tuna industry vanished from San Diego in the mid-1980s, Felando said that today, two major tuna canners — Bumble Bee Foods and Chicken of the Sea International — still have headquarters in San Diego. With the creation of Parque del Sol, former cannery workers and their families have a place to reflect on what was. “It will have a big impact for the residents that have been here for a long period of time that have actually worked in the industry,” Valderrama said. “I think it’s going to have a lot of significance to these individuals because this was part of the history.”


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Disaster supplies Most of us have put in place a disaster preparedness kit for our family in the event of fire. If you haven’t put one together, now is the time. You may have very little time to escape if fire threatens your home and having a readily available kit could be the difference between life and death. But keep pets in mind when putting your emergency kit together. For the family, include items such as: a first aid kit, plenty of drinking water, canned and other non perishable food, utility tools, a towel or blanket, a change of clothes, jackets or sweatshirts, a flashlight and extra batteries, antibacterial wipes, any prescription medications and a cell phone with charger. For pets, include enough non perishable food to last each pet at least three days, one gallon of water per pet per day for three days, a transport kennel, an extra leash and a collar with ID tags, photos of your pet incase they become lost, and any prescription medications. Once you have built your emergency kit, store it in an easily accessible area and make sure everyone in the family

Microchips are a form of automatic identification technology implanted under your dog’s skin. They are very safe and every shelter as well as most vet offices carries a microchip scanner. When lost dogs are brought in, they are first and foremost scanned for microchip numbers.

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Zeiger to showcase, debut 2-disc album in CD release party students involved in getting the show to an audience. While he no longer produces San Diego’s city schools have been fortunate to have had many plays, the prolific Zeiger has written dozens of songs that wonderful teachers throughout were never used. On Saturday, the years, but few have had the Sept. 26 at 2 p.m. at Baron’s impact of Larry Zeiger. Marketplace, Zeiger will host a Zeiger taught English and the five-hour CD release event for his arts of film and theater at Point debut album, “Meetchu In Machu Loma High School for 33 years, but his greatest contribution was Picchu.” Zeiger will perform throughout as volunteer musical theater prothe event with special guests, ducer/director. including Glen Fisher, Joe Allen, Zeiger’s productions originally started out as a final class project Joel Cobb and Tamara Cooper. The two-disc set, which includes for his senior English students, 21 songs, will be available at the uniquely using original material and script. By the time he retired show. It will also soon be availin 2007, Zeiger had staged more able on CDBaby, iTunes and local coffeehouses Reds and The than 30 musicals, with over 100 BY BART MENDOZA | THE BEACON

Honey Bear Cottage. “I write music all the time,” Zeiger said. “I’ve been writing since I was 15 years old, growing up in Cleveland, Ohio and had first started piano lessons.” Two of the songs on the new album, “Drifting” and “Shades of Blue,” date to the ’60s. “I updated them to sound a bit more contemporary, but I played those two during the senior assembly at Cleveland Heights High School,” Zeiger recalled. Work on the album began in November 2007 and wrapped up in July 2009. The lengthy recording time was due to having so many songs and arrangements as well as musician availability.

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“Of course, I want people to hear and enjoy my music, but CONTINUED FROM Page 8 also, I think arts and music are the most important part of a pergrowth of the friendship the store son’s education,” Zeiger said. “I think it stimulates learning has for one of its best customers. “He’s our neighbor and a good on all levels, whether it be math or science, history or English,” he friend,” Tauber said. “When we said. heard he had an album coming He said he has relayed ideas out, we wanted to help give it a for music-related projects to really good kick-off.” Baron’s staff in the past. Zeiger said he is thrilled. “I’ve mentioned that they “I do all my shopping there and stop in every morning to say should have a piano in the store and then they could be the Nordhello when I get my coffee,” Zeiger said. “They are wonderful strom of supermarkets,” Zeiger said. people. I really think this event In addition to promoting his will be beneficial to the communew album, Zeiger is currently nity, bring music to people of all co-authoring a book, “Swapping ages, and it’s all due to their Stories: A Pairing of Wine & help.” Words,” and is considering the Zeigler finds the idea of puloc art like this a particularly worth- possibility of staging new productions, using Point Loma High while activity.

School alumni. Many of his students have gone on to success in Hollywood, working on such productions as “Gulding Light,” “Boondock Saints” and “The Butterfly Effect.” In the meantime, Zeiger said he is pleased with the release of “Meetchu In Machu Picchu.” He considers further albums a distinct possibility, this project having barely made an impact on his music catalog. “Even with a two-disc set, I still have a piano bench full of songs left,” he said. Zeiger performs on Saturday, Sept. 26 beginning at 2 p.m. at Baron’s Marketplace, 4001 W. Point Loma Blvd. The event is for all ages and there is no cover charge. For more information, visit http://www.zeigerspace.com.

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Larry Zeiger, an award-winning icon with Point Loma High School’s theatrical and performing arts program for more than three decades, will perform at Baron’s COURTESY PHOTO Marketplace on Saturday to promote his debut album.

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Chargers prepping to counter Miami’s vaunted wildcat scheme quarterback becomes a runner or a blocker. And it’s hard for a defensive player to know who has the ball. It can result in missed assignments and missed tackles. Offensive tackles and tight ends trade positions, and unbalanced lines are formed, creating more confusion. Miami, which enjoyed the most success in the NFL with the wildcat in 2008, ran 90 wildcat plays for 580 yards and eight TDs during the season, mostly with Brown taking the snaps and running back Ricky Williams and quarterback Chad Pennington lining up wide. The Dolphins didn’t get much of a chance to use the wildcat in this year’s season opener, when they were whipped by Atlanta. But expect them, and many other teams, to put the wildcat to good use throughout the season.

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At least one good thing for teams facing the Miami Dolphins this year is that they are better prepared to face the wildcat offense than they were last year. It came as a total surprise to the New England Patriots in Week 3 of last season when Miami upset them 38-13. The Dolphins used their wildcat offense six times in that game, running for 119 yards and scoring four touchdowns off the formation on six attempts. Two weeks later, Miami shocked the San Diego Chargers when running back Ronnie Brown took the snap and sprinted five yards to the end zone for the decisive score and another upset. The Chargers will face the Dolphins, and perhaps a few wildcat plays, on Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium. The wildcat, a play in which the running back or someone other than the quarterback takes a SUNDAY’S BREAKDOWN direct snap, provides plenty of headaches for opposing defenses. Week 3 What makes the wildcat so danSunday, Sept. 27 Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers will see what he can do to kickstart the San Diego offense against Miami on Sunday gerous is its unpredictability. It’s Miami at San Diego, Qualcomm while the Bolts look for some help defensively to offset the Dolphins’ wildcat offensive scheme. FILE PHOTO difficult to know if the “quarter- Stadium, 1:15 p.m. back” will run, hand off or pass. A Last meeting: Miami won 17-10 Miami while LaDainian Tomlinson back Philip Rivers more, so he can TV: CBS running back or wide receiver gained just 35 yards on 12 carries do his thing. All-time series: Dolphins lead at home in 2008. might take the direct snap. The 12-10 in the regular season. Noteworthy: Miami has won Key stats: The Dolphins out- for the Chargers. Game day: The Bolts should be seven straight over the Chargers, reached San Diego 167-60 last season, gaining 49 yards on 11 more in tune to stopping the wild- including three games in San carries and scoring a touchdown cat this time. They also need to Diego. Prediction: Chargers 24, Dolusing their wildcat offense. Ronnie make big stops on defense to get If you have already tried an oxygen immune system, reduces stress, provides Brown ran for 125 yards for the ball into the hands of quarter- phins 20 bar then you know how terrific it will be relief for hangovers and does much

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It was a tense moment for the undefeated Point Loma High School (PLHS) Pointers football team and their fans Sept. 18 on Bennie Edens Field. Leading the visiting El Capitan squad by a slim 9-7 margin with seven minutes left in the final quarter of the showdown, the Vaqueros were facing a fourth down at the Pointers’ 17-yard line. Onto the field trotted Brooks Noble, El Cap’s placekicker, fully intent on booting a 24-yard field goal to give his team a 10-7 lead and perhaps pin the Pointers with their first defeat. It was not a good moment to be a fingernail. Enter Point Loma senior defensive back/running back Zach Gemmill, determined that Noble was not going to hang a loss on his team. “All I could think of,” Gemmill said, “was blocking that kick. I couldn’t walk away with a loss.” Gemmill lined up in his normal position on the left side of the special teams formation. At the snap, he sprinted towards the center of the field, hoping to arrive before the ball soared between the uprights. But something was strange. “Nobody blocked me,” said a surprised Gemmill after the ball bounced off his body, allowing the

Pointers to escape with the victory and remain undefeated at 3-0. “I almost ran past the kicker, who was slow when the holder mishandled the ball.” Gemmill’s block was huge, but there were plenty of other Pointers who played key roles in turning back the pesky Vaqueros. A 46-yard first-quarter pass completion from quarterback Sean McKaveny to Davis Callejon helped set up a 32-yard field goal by Ruben Diaz and a 3-0 Pointer lead. The game’s most critical sequence was a brilliant secondquarter goal-line stand by Point Loma defenders, during which El Capitan actually fumbled twice on its final play. Anthony Joyner recovered for the Pointers on the one-yard line. The Point Loma offense then responded with a 99-yard drive for the hosts’ only touchdown of the game. “That goal-line stand was one of the better ones in my 16 years at Point Loma,” head coach Mike Hastings said later. “Then that drive was a huge swing, a real momentum boost.” Gemmill ended the drive with a one-yard run. A wide extra point kick left the Pointers with a 9-0 cushion as the teams broke for halftime. The Pointer defense’s streak without being scored upon ended in the third quarter when the

Zach Gemmill (2) of Point Loma rushes untouched to block a field goal attempt by El Capitan’s Brooks Noble (24), prePHOTOS BY SCOTT HOPKINS | THE BEACON serving the Pointers’ 9-7 victory and pushing the Pointers to 3-0 in the young season.

Vaqueros, on the first play after a pass interception, scored on a 30yard screen pass. With the point after, the Pointers clung to their 97 lead, which would be the final score. In the fourth quarter, a Pointer punt gave the Vaqueros one last possession 88 yards from the end zone with 1:11 left. El Capitan was moving the ball but Point Loma’s Emilio Diaz intercepted an errant pass to seal the narrow victory. Defensively, the Pointers gave the Vaqueros all they could han-

dle. Joyner had another big game as he was credited with three quarterback sacks and the goalline fumble recovery. Christian Hayward recorded two sacks and Sean Stepina added another. “I was proud of our effort,” Hastings said. “This was a great building game for us as we get ready for league.” The varsity victory followed losses to the Vaqueros by the Pointer freshmen (29-18) and junior varsity (49-20), leaving each team with a 1-2 record.

The undefeated varsity Pointers (3-0) face their toughest test of the season when they travel to Scripps Ranch (also undefeated at 2-0) on Friday, Sept. 26 for a non-league doubleheader. Junior varsity teams meet at 4 p.m. with varsity action kicking off at 6:30 p.m. The Falcons (CIF Division II, Eastern League) are coming off a bye week and feature running back Brennan Clay, who totaled 282 yards from scrimmage in a 37-14 victory over Poway.

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September A Look Ahead COMMUNITY/CIVIC Saturday, Sept. 26, 9 to 11:30 a.m., the Jenna Druck Foundation presents a young women’s leadership and multimedia event, “Peer Pressure: Learning to Stay Connected to Your Truth.” The event features special guest David Fernandez of “Teen Truth Live.” The event takes place at 1936 Quivira Way at Marina Village. Registration is $5 with scholarships available. For information or to register, visit www.jdleadership.org. Saturday, Sept. 26, 8 a.m., eighth annual San Diego Brain Tumor Walk to raise funding for brain tumor research. The event takes place at Hospitality Point in Mission Bay Park, 1400 Quivira Way. The event is free for those 5 and under; $15 for ages 6-17 and $35 for adults. To register or for more information, call (866) 4553214, or visit www.sdwalk.org. Sunday, Sept. 27, 4 p.m., regular meeting of the Point Loma Democratic Club with featured speaker Brig. Gen. David M. Brahms, USMC (Ret). The event takes place at the Point Loma Assembly building, 3035 Talbot St. For more information, call (619) 222-9344, or e-mail pldcprez@gmail.com. Mondays, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., the Peninsula Singers practice and

encourage others to join at the Hervey/Point Loma Branch Library, 3701 Voltaire St. The choir is beginning its sixth season and is gearing up for a performance at Carnegie Hall in March. For more information, visit peninsulasingerssandiego.org. Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. to noon beginning Sept. 10, the Continuing Education Department of the San Diego Community College District hosts a literature club to read, discuss and enjoy short stories, plays and poetry in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. The event takes place at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3598 Talbot St. For more information, call (858) 274-9739.

SCHOOLS OCEAN BEACH • Monday, Sept. 28, 2:15 to 3:30 p.m., afterschool Basketball Club meets. • Monday, Sept. 28 through Thursday, Oct. 1, Scholastic Book Fair. • Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2:15 to 3:30 p.m., afterschool Theater Club meets. • Thursday, Oct. 1, 5:30 p.m., dinner begins for Back-To-School Night.

LOMA PORTAL • Friday, Sept. 25, 9 a.m. to

3:45 p.m., Scholastic Book Fair in auditorium. • Friday, Sept. 25, 9:15 a.m., parent coffee with the principal. • Tuesday, Sept. 29, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., PTA meeting in library, open to all parents.

SILVER GATE • Friday, Sept. 25, 7:45 a.m., principal’s chat for all parents in library.

ST. CHARLES BORROMEO • Friday, Sept. 25, 5th-graders to food bank; Otter Pops sold after school. • Monday, Sept. 28, vision screening makeups.

SUNSET VIEW • Tuesday, Sept. 29, 9:15 a.m., Art Corps orientation; school picture makeup day. • Through Oct. 24, volunteer signups for the Sunset View Halloween Carnival on Oct. 24. Volunteer by visiting www.halloween-carnival.com.

WARREN-WALKER • Wednesday, Sept. 30, arts enrichment, “Early Folk Music” performance. • Thursday, Oct. 1, Back-ToSchool Night for parents of grades 6 through 8. • Saturday, Oct. 3, 9 a.m. to noon, “River Blitz” community service project in partnership with the San Diego River Foundation at the river site near Camino del Rio South. • Friday, Oct. 9, family barbecue for grades 2 through 5.

SENIORS Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1 to 2 p.m., Sharp Senior Resource Center hosts “Urinary Incontinence: Causes and Treatment,” a free lecture, at the Sharp Memorial Outpatient Pavilion, classroom B, 3975 Health Center Drive. Registration is required by calling (800) 827-4277. For more information, visit www.sharp.com.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Sept. 29-Nov. 1, Mondays and Thursdays, 7 p.m., free Argentine Tango dance lessons hosted by Tango with Colette at Dance Place San Diego, 2650 Truxtun Road at Liberty Station. For more information, call (514) 726-5567, or visit www.tangowithcolette.com. Oct. 2-31, San Diego Watercolor Society presents its 29th annual International Exhibition with 95 paintings from artists around the world both on display and for sale. A “First Friday” opening reception and award ceremony is set for Friday, Oct. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the gallery, 2825 Dewey Road, Suite 105 at the NTC Promenade at Liberty Station. For more information, call (619) 8764550, or visit www.sdws.org. Through Nov. 1, Visions Art Quilt Gallery presents the works of Emily Richardson. An artist’s reception is slated for Friday, Sept. 4 from 5 to 7 p.m. Richardson will also conduct a workshop, “Painting and Composition,” on Saturday, Sept. 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a lecture and tour the same day from 1 to 2:30 p.m. ($10 at the door and lecture is included in the workshop). The gallery is located at 2825 Dewey

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VENUES Cane’s Bar & Grill, 3105 Ocean Front Walk, (858) 488-1780 • Friday, Sept. 25, 9 p.m., SOJA performs with Stranger and Tribal Theory. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. • Saturday, Sept. 26, 9 p.m., Beenie Man performs with Red Flame Sound and High Tide. Tickets are $20. • Tuesday, Sept. 29, 8 p.m., Tantric performs with Aranda, Vayden and FortyOneSixty. Tickets are $15. • Wednesday, Sept. 30, 8 p.m., DJ/dancing. Tickets are $10. Humphrey’s Concerts by the Bay, 2241 Shelter Island Drive, (619) 224-3577 • Friday, Sept. 25, 7:30 p.m., Beach Boys perform. Tickets are $75. • Saturday, Sept. 26, 7:30 p.m., Keali’i Reichel performs. Tickets are $50. • Sunday, Sept. 27, 8 p.m., Pink Martini performs. Tickets are $48. • Sept. 28-29, 7:30 p.m., Crosby, Stills & Nash perform. Tickets are $105. • Friday, Oct. 2, 8 p.m., Chris Botti performs. Tickets are $50. Winston’s Beach Club, 1921 Bacon St., (619) 222-6822 • Friday, Sept. 25, 7 p.m., veteran comedian and “founding father” of Ocean Beach Comedy, Steven Kendrick, headlines OBC. Tickets are $5 and available at the door.


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Every Day: Happy Hour 5-7pm everyday. $1 off U-call it 8pm-1am

www.SanDiegoCarz.com

25+ Cars Under $4,990 MARK or JASON 3196 MIDWAY DR. (619)224-0500

NO GAS of SAN DIEGO

CHECK OUT OUR

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THURSDAY

FRIDAY

STOP BY OUR STORE FOR A

FREE TEST DRIVE!

SATURDAY

Super Pint Night

Late Night Munchies 11pm-1am $3 Appetizers

$4 Smirnoff shot anytime

Happy Hour 5-6pm

Happy Hour 5-6pm

Happy Hour 5-6pm

1/2 Price Pitchers $2.75 Sunshine Lemonade all night!

1/2 Price Pitchers Super Pint Night

1/2 Price Pitchers Watch MLB here!

SUNDAY

ESPN GAME PLAN & NFL SUNDAY TICKET ON OUR BIG SCREEN TVs

$3 food, wine, well drinks, 1/2 price pitchers. Watch MLB Here!

Micro Monday 6:30-close Super $3 Turkey Tacos & House Margs Pints & $3 off Micro Pitchers. all night! $6 Burger & Beer

5028 Newport Ave. O.B. 619-222-0722

CARZ

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SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY The Sexton Law Firm has worked to serve thousands of clients for almost 20 years. As a service to new potential clients, The Sexton Law Firm offers a free initial consultation to help assess the client’s needs, and provide additional information. The Sexton Law Firm is ready to serve clients in Southern California and San Diego County with dedication, experience and the expertise to produce the best outcome for your case possible. http://www.jamessextonlaw.com (619) 4769436

Every Day: Happy Hour 4:30-6:30pm

1925 Bacon St. O.B. 619-223-7381

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Open 9am for Breakfast & Drink Specials

Happy Hour 5-6pm

Happy Hour 5-6pm

1/2 Price Pitchers

1/2 Price Pitchers $2.75 Bloody Marys $3.75 Margs, $2 PBR’s $8 Bud Pitchers

ESPN GAME PLAN & NFL SUNDAY TICKET

$1 off Well Drinks, $2 off Martini’s, 1/2 price pitchers Watch MLB here! $2 off anything on our menu all night!

$3 off pitchers after 7pm

5034 Newport Ave. O.B. 619-223-0558

PBR & Miller High Life bottles $2.50 Shot of the Week $3

PBR & Miller High Life bottles $2 Shot of the Week $3

$2.75 bloody mary’s all day

ESPN GAME PLAN & NFL SUNDAY TICKET ON OUR BIG SCREEN TVs

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

Every Saturday

Every Sunday

Happy Hour 4pm –Close

$2 Tacos and $5 Tequila Happy Hour 4pm –7pm

$5 Whiskey Drinks Happy Hour 4pm –7pm

$6 Burger and a Beer Happy Hour 4pm –7pm

25% off bottles of wine

$9 Coors Light Pitchers and $2 Mimosas Happy Hour 4pm –7pm

$9 Coors Light Pitchers and $2 Mimosas Happy Hour 4pm –7pm

5083 Santa Monica Ave. 619-222-PIER

All day, every day: $3 Newcastle Ale & $3 Landshark pints

5046 Newport Ave. 619-222-5300

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

Nightly Specials:

After football Open mic with Jody Wood $4 Vodka Redbull, $4 Yager Bombs, Happy Hour 3-8 w/ $3 Wells, $8, $10 & $12 pitchers

Game night w/giant Jenga, Wii & full Rockband competitions $4 Vodka Redbull, $4 Yager Bombs, Happy Hour 3-8 w/ $3 Wells, $8, $10 & $12 pitchers

Hip hop night Happy Hour until 8pm, $3 Wells, $8, $10 & $12 pitchers

Reggae night with live bands & DJ Carlos culture, $3 Redstripes Happy Hour until 8pm, $3 Wells, $8, $10 & $12 pitchers

Jason Otts accoustic showcase 6-9pm, Still Time, DJR2. Happy Hour until 8pm, $3 Wells, $8, $10 & $12 pitchers

Irish night w/ live band $3 Mimosas, Bloody Marys & Beers

Football package w/ surround sound and FREE food Pub Quiz 8pm

Happy Hour ALL DAY MONDAY & Tues-Fri 2-6pm $2 PBR's, $3 house Margaritas/Micros, $2.50 Tacos $5.25 wings, sliders or nachos Happy Hour ALL DAY

Crab Races:

Pitcher Night:

Thirsty Thursdays:

Normal Happy Hour:

Brunch 10am-3pm

Brunch 10am-3pm

11am-close

6:30-9pm $50 cash prize, $7 Burger and any BeerALL DAY

4-close $10 pitchers drafts/house margaritas

6pm-close $3 U Call It (all beers, call liquors) $2 Tacos

2-6pm

$2.50 Mimosas, $5 Man-mosa, $3 Strawberry Mimosas, $4 Screwdriver/ Tequila Sunrise

Brunch 10am-3pm Normal Brunch specials. 4pm-close $1 PBR drafts, $10 Pitchers drafts/ margaritas

4993 Niagara Ave suite 103 619-222-1722

Every Day: Happy Hour 3-7pm 1/2 off appetizers, $1.25 off Pints, $1.50 off Pitchers, Drink Specials

2562 LANING ROAD 619-876-5000

Family Fun Day

Oggi’s Stix Night

Spaghetti Tuesdays

Wing Night Wednesday

$3 Thursdays

Freaky Friday

Social Saturdays

$3.95 (additional topppings extra)

All you can eat Spaghetti

Killer or Honey BBQ Wings $.75 each

Select Personal Appetizers

Select Drink Specials

Select Drink Specials

Large 2 Topping Pizza or Pasta w/ marinara. Family House or Ceaser Salad w/ 4 Breadsticks & Pitcher of Soda $30


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SERVICE DIRECTORY - THE PENINSULA BEACON

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2009

ASSISTANT

Painting Company

(619) 795-9429

Your Own Girl Friday

www.chuckiespainting.com

www.yourowngirlfriday.com

chuckgjr@cox.net

Stacey Blanchet (619) 997-7601

Making old fiberglass/porcelain bathtubs and sinks look new!

REMODELING

Chuckie’s

Are you needing a second pair of hands? Do you have projects left undone? Do you want someone who thinks outside the box?

BATHROOM & SINK

PAINTING

GARDENING·LANDSCAPING

Bonded & Insured • CA Lic. #925325

Jose’s

Hedges hauling • Reasonable Rates Free Estimates • References

PAINTING

619-847-1535 HANDYMAN

25 Years Experience • Remodeling • Handyman • Electrical • Plumbing Past Termite Inspector Pest & Dry Rot Damage  Rated Service Magic Angieslist

KELLEY

Gardening Clean-up

Small Job Experts

10% Discount

San Diego Business for over 14 years

Active Military & Seniors

• Full Service • Interior/Exterior • Power Washing • Stucco Repair • Residential/Commercial • Bonded / Insured

858.382.1140 Insured Free Estimates Lic# 92394

30 years of satisfied customers

619.464.5141

Call for a FREE ESTIMATE Remodel · Additions Bath · Kitchens Decks · Fences

Guaranteed Lic #560438

CLEANING

Cleaning Service

Office, residential & vacancy cleanings

DRYWALL,ELECTRICAL,PLUMBING,TILE, WINDOWS,DOORS,PAINTING,CEMENT, FRAMING,BATH & KITCHEN REMODELING LIC# 420564 LIABILITY INSURANCE AND BONDED

Free estimates & excellent references (619) 248-5238

Maid Service Trustworthy,reliable & detail oriented! Weekly • Monthly • Special Occasions

FREE ESTIMATES! Call Valentina

(858) 229-0016

WWW.GMDCOMPANY.COM

RENT-A-HUSBAND Handyman with 20 years experience. Many Skills • Hourly or Bid Non-licensed

#1 vacation rental experts

CA Lic# 740784

HANDYMAN DOES IT ALL!! GMD COMPANY (619) 244-9380

by Cecilia Sanchez Family owned & operated 15 years experience.

Call Mike (619) 846-9917

CONCRETE MASONRY STRUCTURAL & DECORATIVE BRICK • BLOCK STONE • TILE CONCRETE DRAINAGE WATERPROOFING

skelley.office@cox.net KelleyPainting-sd.com

FREE ESTIMATE! Painting Division: Interior/Exterior Painting, Repairs, Power Washing, Caulking & Sealing, Stucco, wood replacement, epoxy coatings and Much More!

(619) 665-0754 Call Paint Division Representative, John License #B-71031/B-C-33

High Quality Home Improvement Only $35/hr. Master Carpenter w/ 25 years experience. Interior /exterior woodworking (ex-termite inspector) Quality design fence work wood /vinyl Professionally Installed windows & doors Drywall Install/Repair and finish work. Detail Quality Painting Light Electrial & Plumbing

PAINTER DOES IT ALL!! GMD COMPANY

(619) 244-9380 INTERIOR, EXTERIOR EXCELLENT REFERENCES LIC# 420564 LIABILITY INSURANCE AND BONDED

PLUMBING

(619) 241-1231 not licensed

HAULING

A VETERAN HAULING Insured · Reliable

Best Prices & Free Estimates

–Bill HARPER PLUMBING & HEATING– Cash Discounts • $58 Per Hour Repairs & Repipes Fixture Installations BBB Member since 1986 Self-Employed Lic #504044

CALL BILL 619-224-0586

10% Discount - Senior & Veteran

ELECTRICAL

JACOB’S ELECTRIC Clean, Quality Work! • Residential / Commercial • Service / Repair - Panels • Custom Lighting / Spas Bonded & Insured • License #903497

(619) 843-9291

FLOORS

Traditional Hardwood Flooring • REFINISHING • REPAIR • INSTALLATION SPECIALIZING IN HARDWOOD FLOORS Over 20 years experience in San Diego

JOHN WEIGHTMAN

(619) 218-8828

CLEANING

• Mini Blinds • Screens

Call A Veteran

POOL CARE

licensed & insured

Pressure Washing

Christopher’s Window Cleaning

Experienced

Call

• Satisfaction

Guaranteed Owned & Operated • Mirrors, Skylights, Light Fixtures, & Solar Panels • Family

(619) 248-2778

(619) 630-8009

ACCUPUNCTURE

BAMBOO

Acupuncture and Herbs

Bamboo

Dr. Tai-Nan Wang

Each Sunday from Noon to 5 pm

L.Ac OMD

619 -527-2227 STUCCO

Re-Stucco Specialists Interior Plaster/Drywall Repairs All Work Guaranteed

• Stress/Anxiety • Myalgia • Female Disorders • Asthma • Headaches • Sports Injuries • Arthritis • Neck & Back Pain

Timber Bamboo (Old Hami) Black Bamboo Golden Goddess, Alfonscar and other Tropical Plants (5- & 15-gallon)

(619) 684-1848

Landscaping Available

5061⁄2 Palomar Ave., LJ

wang.acu@gmail.com lifestrong.com

858.459.YOGA

CAREGIVER

BEAUTY SALON

Wonderful Caregiver

Vision Beauty Salon

looking for a liv-in position. I have 11 years experience, primarily with Alzheimer's, Dementia, Strokes, and Parkinson's. I can do all lifts (Hoyer etc ) Medication's and able to do Insulin shots. Give wonderful showers, creative cook, love all pets. Perfect DMV, and background check.

Haircut + Shampoo Senior Haircut & Shampoo Manicures Pedicures

Please call Laura at 858-243-8288

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9:00am to 6:00 pm

Full Service

858-270-2735 4645 Cass St., Ste #103 corner of Emerald & Cass

Must present coupon for discount

SENIOR SERVICES

SPA / MASSAGE Body Massage $60 hr

30+ Years Experience Lic. # 694956

• Deep Tissue • Swedish • Thai

Repairs • Lath & Plaster Re-Stucco • Custom Work

We are eco friendly

619-933-4346 www.iluvjunk.com

10% Senior Discount

• Sports • Couples • Pain Relief

Ionic Foot Detox $30 Salt Scrub $60

Clean • Reliable • Reasonable

1 Hr Body Massage+Salt Scrub+Ionic Foot Detox $120

619-846-2734 Cell 619- 265-9294

SD Bay Spa

619-226-2056

SWIMCARE Evictions, cleanouts, construction debris, tree trimming, etc.

$16 (reg $19) $14 (reg $16) $10 (reg $12) $20 (reg $25)

Facial • Waxing

Email: darlex0907@hotmail.com

3333 Midway Dr. #201

TREE SERVICES

You Call-We Haul! No Job Too Small!

Window Cleaning •Construction Clean-up •Residential •Small Commercial •Store Fronts

619.981.0169

• Mirrors

D’arlex

619-225-8362

carsonmasonrysandiego.com

(858) 459-0959 cell: (858) 405-7484

SOLAR ELECTRIC

WWW.GMDCOMPANY.COM

30 years experience

Licensed & Insured Lic #638122

SOLAR ELECTRIC Better Business Bureau Member Lic#810245 • Bonded • Insured A+ Quality Construction Inc.

Ocean Home Services

References & Portfolio

William Carson

SOLAR

Established in 1995

Ask for Bob 858-454-5922

WINDOW

services offered: •Interior & Exterior

Or by appointment

Call us for all your solar electric needs

Prompt & Professional Insured

Taylor Made

FOR SALE Scott Smith, has been serving the beach communities since 1979.

858-272-ROOF (7663) 619-224-ROOF (7663)

Call Scott

CONCRETE/MASONRY

ROOFING

(619) 234-7067 lic# 706902

JB’s Window Cleaning & Service

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY

10% SENIOR DISCOUNT

“Cory Tatz” Bathtubs & Sinks Refinishing

WINDOW CLEANING

By Old Town

CROWN POINT CLIPPERS, INC.

Open 7 days a week

Call for information

www.tranquilitysd.com

TREE SERVICE

The Pool Service & Repair people you keep. 30 yrs in the neighborhood

(858) 277-7096 TOM RIVES

Cont. Lic# 445392

FREE ESTIMATES! • FINE PRUNING & THINNING • ARTISTIC TREE LACING • TREE & STUMP REMOVAL WWW.CROWNPOINTCLIPPERS.COM

(858) 270-1742 Fully licensed and insured. Lic# 723867

classified

marketplace QUARTZ O2 CLEAN - COURTEOUS - PROFESSIONAL

AN OXYGEN BAR • BREATHE WITH US! • AROMAS AVAILABLE!

• Free Extra Minutes (w/ any session)

619-212-1543 4966 Santa Monica Ave. Ste. H • Ocean Beach www.myspace.com/quartzo2bar

• Interior / Exterior • Custom Cabinet Finishing • Residential & Commercial • Wallpaper Removal • Stucco Repair • ”Popcorn” Ceiling Removal

• Insured, Quality Workmanship

FREE ESTIMATES 619-219-1923 BRETTCUSTOMS@COX.NET LIC #936550

Advertise in the Service Directory for as low as $35! Give Heather or Kim a call!

858-270-3103 x115

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858-270-3103 x140


REAL ESTATE DIRECTORY · THE PENINSULA BEACON

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2009

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CA DRE Broker's # 01312924 Karen Dodge CA DRE Broker's # 01312925 Mike Dodge

GREAT INVESTMENT 1009 Tourmaline #4

Lifestyle Included! 3947 Sequoia St., Pacific Beach

OPEN House SAT/SUN 1-4 Kathy Evans 858.488.SELL Coastal Properties

DRE #00872108

New Tuscan-Style Contemporary home, almost 2,000 sqft. A 3BR, 4BA delight with penthouse room opening to large bayview roofdeck. One block to Crown Point Shores where you’ll find miles of sandy beaches and a park area to walk, sail, run, bike or sunbathe in. $939K

North Pacific Beach Townhouse with 3 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHROOMS, & 3 parking spaces (oversized 2 car, side by side garage plus 1 space by unit front door) Fireplace in the living room. Southwest facing end unit. Hardwood flooring. Just a few blocks from the beach. Shops and restaurants nearby. Don't miss this light and bright home with peak ocean and bay views from master bedroom and balcony. Dual masters upstairs, one bedroom downstairs Reduced $589,000

Karen: 619-379-1194 • Mike: 619-384-8538 E-mail: Karen-Mike@San.rr.com Web: www.karen-mike.com

Bernie Erika Spears

92109 Summer Specials

SOS na

La Jolla • New Construction • 3BR/2.5BA • Solar Electric • Air Conditioning • 2-car Garage • Draper Ave in “the Village”

Imagine EVERY DAY waking up to almost 50 ft of Bayfront views. Sip coffee on 1 of 2 view balconies, or watch the dramatic, everchanging bay views from the living room, dining room, kitchen, den or 3 bedroom. Over 1300 sf, single level condominium. $649K

Working with Kathy Evans

Coastal Properties

Wiggle your toes in the sand, 100 ft from your front door in Mission Beach. 2 BR home and den to hold your beach toys. $639K

“I’LL COME TO YOUR RESCUE” WWW.BERNIESOSNA.COM

858.490.4119 STAY, SEE & DREAM SAN DIEGO

Just Liste d!

Work with a Beach Specialist

(619) 977-4334 CELL (858) 490-6127 DIRECT

Serving San Diego’s Beaches Ocean, Mission, Pacific Since 1983

The House Doctor Rx All Trades. All Problems. Fixed .

#1 in customer Service, Very Reasonable 858.245.1381 contractor’s lic # 507762

Four fabulous 2- and 3-bedroom NEW construction condos in the heart of Pacific Beach! All units are move-in ready with private garages, outdoor living and many upgrades! A Must See!

Staci Malloy

858.490.6129

Family Owned & Operated

www.stacimalloy.com

Call Today for a Management Quote

OPEN HOUSE directory LA JOLLA

PACIFIC BEACH / MISSION BEACH

Sat 1-4pm

2337 Via Munera

3BR/2BA

$859,000

Gary Wilson • 858-245-7147

Sat 1-4pm

469 Arenas

2BR/2BA

$947,000

Cheryl Mc Gregory • 858-361-4806

Sat 1-4pm

1532 Virginia Way

3BR/3BA

$1,950,000

Team Chodorow • 858-456-6850

Sat 1-4pm

1599 El Paso Real

4BR/3BA

$3,300,000

Eric Christian Eaton • 858-349-7566

Ts, W, F 12-4pm

924 Hornblend

2BR Units

$519,000-$556,000

Alex Rojas • 858-427-3664

Sat 11am-4pm

924 Hornblend

2BR Units

$519,000-$556,000

Alex Rojas • 858-427-3664

Sat 10am-1pm

3528 Bayside Walk Unit 2 4BR/3BA

$1,825,000

Ellen Alvord • 619-806-0218

Sat 1-4pm

6120 Avenida Chamnez 5BR/5.5BA

$3,850,000

Team Chodorow • 858-456-6850

Sun 1-4pm

1928 Chalcedony St.

3BR/2BA

$699,000

Craig Henderson • 858-922-0367

Sat 12-3pm

1919 Spindrift

$3,995,000

Brant Westfall • 858-922-8610

Sun 10am-1pm

3528 Bayside Walk Unit 2 4BR/3BA

$1,825,000

Ellen Alvord • 619-806-0218

Sun 10am-1pm

2711 Ocean front Walk 4BR/4.5BA

$6,395,000

Chris Love • 619-922-4062

3BR/2.5BA

Sat 1-5pm

1620 Torrey Pines Rd.

8BR/9BA

$7,500,000

Meg Lebastchi • 858-336-0936

Sat 1-5pm

1590 Coast Walk

5BR/6BA

$8,500,000

Meg Lebastchi • 858-336-0936

POINT LOMA / OCEAN BEACH Sat 11am-2pm

1150 Anchorage Lane #5121BR/1BA

Sat 11am-4pm

425 San Gorgonio St.

$649,000

Martin Redford • 619-742-0265

$1,300,000

Robert Realty • 619-852-8827

$649,000

Martin Redford • 619-742-0265

$1,300,000

Robert Realty • 619-852-8827

Sun 1-4pm

935 Genter St.

1BR/1BA

$549,000

Eric Kalisky • 858-454-5677

Sun 1-4pm

2337 Via Munera

3BR/2BA

$859,000

Gary Wilson • 858-245-7147

Sun 9am-1pm

7453 Girard Ave.

1BR/2BA

$995,000

Team Chodorow • 858-456-6850

Sun 11am-2pm

1150 Anchorage Lane #5121BR/1BA

Sun 9am-1pm

7451 Girard Ave.

2BR/2BA

$1,150,000

Team Chodorow • 858-456-6850

Sun 11am-4pm

425 San Gorgonio St.

10000 Sq Ft

Sun 1-4pm

1859 Caminito Brisa

4BR/2.5BA

$1,150,000

Team Chodorow • 858-456-6850

Sun 1-4pm

1010 Moana Dr.

4BR/3.5BA

$1,695,000

Cindy Wing • 619-223-9464

Sun 1-4pm

4319 Del Mar Ave.

3+BR/2BA

$1,695,000

Leslie Reynolds • 619-987-4156

Sun 11am-4pm

821 Armada Terrace

4BR/3BA

$2,500,000

Robert Realty • 619-852-8827

$575,000

Margot Jahn • 858-454-7005

Sun 1-4pm

9643 Claiborne Sq.

4BR/3BA

$1,395,000

Bob Andrews • 619-517-4404

Sun 1-4pm

303 Coast #2

2BR/2BA

$1,495,000

Jackie Helm • 858-354-5561

Sun 1-4pm

1000 Genter #305

3BR/2.5BA

$1,559,000

Ozstar De Jourday • 619-248-7827

Sun 1-4pm

1306 Nautilus St.

4BR/3BA

$1,875,000

Charles Stephens • 858-682-5561

Sun 1-4pm

1532 Virginia Way

3BR/3BA

$1,950,000

Team Chodorow • 858-456-6850

Sun 1-4pm

6626 Michaeljohn

Sun 1-4pm

1156 Nautilus

Sun 12-3pm Sun 1-4pm Sun 12-3pm

1919 Spindrift

Sun 1-5pm

1620 Torrey Pines Rd.

Sun 1-5pm

1590 Coast Walk

4BR/3BA

$2,190,000

Maxine & Marti Gellens • 858-551-6630

4BR/3.5BA

$2,395,000

David Schroedl • 858-459-0202

7964 Calle De La Plata

5BR/4BA

$2,795,000

Michelle Serafini • 858-829-6210

1055 Havenhurst Dr.

4BR/3BA

$3,500,000

Susana Corrigan • 858-229-8120

3BR/2.5BA

$3,995,000

Brant Westfall • 858-922-8610

8BR/9BA

$7,500,000

Meg Lebastchi • 858-336-0936

5BR/6BA

$8,500,000

Meg Lebastchi • 858-336-0936

10000 Sq Ft

UNIVERSITY CITY Sat & Sun 1-4pm

8286 Avenida Navidad #12BR/2.5BA

DEADLINE FOR THE OPEN HOUSE DIRECTORY IS NOON ON TUESDAYS.


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