Xavier The X-Man: “I want to help children in need”

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Xavier The X-Man: “I want to help children in need”
36 YEARS
of Publication
1976-2012
1976 2010
NOVEMBER 30, 2012
La Prensa Muñoz, Inc. Publications
Vol. XXXVI No. 48
Latinos, Be Xavier The X-Man: “I want to help children in need”
Careful What
You Wish For
By Pablo Jaime Sáinz
Perspective
By Arnoldo Torres
HISPANIC LINK NEWS SERVICE
There is growing doubt today
whether our political system is able
to deal with the realities that confront
us and significantly impact our futures. U.S. voters were uneasy with
the two presidential candidates they
had before them. The turnout, lower
than in 2008, reflects this disconnect.
In the country where newscasts
and networks speak daily about democracy and its greatness and candidates are compelled to wear a U.S.
flag pin on their lapels, 93 million eligible citizens did not vote: 57.5 percent of all eligible voters turned out
this month, compared with 62.3 percent in 2008 and 60.4 percent in 2004.
I have been involved in Latino politics and public policy since 1975. I
have participated in, and observed,
national elections since 1976. I have
been through the “sleeping giant”
claims about Latino political power,
the so- called “Decade of the Hispanic” in the 1980s, the steady
ascendance to elected office by
Latinos in the 1990s, and the recognition that both political parties are
committed to the attainment and
maintenance of power at the expense
of Latinos.
Throughout this time, the liberal
and conservative media controlled
and set the narrative for Latino political growth. We were talked about
and analyzed but seldom were we part
of that discussion on NBC, CBS,
ABC, CNN, Fox, CSPAN or
MSNBC.
Now, for the very first time, I believe Latino voters have arrived at a
point where we can claim political
power. The role we played in the election outcomes in key swing states of
Nevada, Colorado and Florida are
proof that we have arrived. The facts
allow me to reach that conclusion.
We went out and voted probably for
the lesser of two damaged products.
While our turnout efficiency was
less in 2012 (78 percent) than in 2008
(84 percent), we now comprise 10
percent of the national electorate.
This is consistent with the constant
increase since 2004 at 8 percent and
2008 at 9 percent. Nationally, as demonstrated in these three key states,
Latinos made up a growing share of
voters.
We have spent better than four decades working to get to this position.
Many of our political mentors have
been in the Democratic and Republican parties. We have run for office
on the platform that to be fair and
democratic, politics needs more
Latinos. Seldom have we pressed
political visions of specific policies we
would introduce to remedy the problems we have talked about for the last
40 years. I believe we have not prepared to get to this point. We spent
entirely too much time talking about
our desire to get here.
Now that we have arrived, what
will we do?
Think about it. We have three
Latinos in the U.S. Senate, all of Cuban heritage. One each from Florida
and New Jersey and now one born
in Canada representing Texas. We
have 28 in the House of Representa(see Latinos, page 8 )
Throughout the years he’s been a
DJ at Magic 92.5 FM. Xavier The
X-Man said he’s been able to see first
hand how generous his audience can
be.
For the past decade, thanks to that
generosity, he’s organized his now
traditional Xavier The X-Man’s Annual Toy Drive, where every year
members of his audience throughout
San Diego bring a new toy for a
needy child, who, otherwise, might not
get a Christmas gift.
This year’s toy drive will be on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 9 a.m. to noon at
Luzitas Taco Shop, located at 60 E. J
St., right next to Hilltop Middle School,
in Chula Vista.
The X-Man, whose show on Magic
92.5 is a classic in San Diego thanks
to its selection of oldies, said that he
uses whatever popularity he might
enjoy to bring light to a good cause.
“I want to help children in need. I
am blessed to be behind a microphone
on the radio where I can bring the
attention to help those in need,”
Xavier The X-Man said. “This is my
opportunity to give back to a community that has given me so much.”
Each year, the number of people
who donate a new toy varies, but it
can be up to 200, he said. Those who
bring a toy will enjoy a free bowl of
menudo.
In addition to helping needy children, donors will also enjoy musica
featuring DJ Wicho on the turntables,
will be able to take a picture with
Santa from Impalas Car Club, and see
an array of cool low riders in a great
classic car exhibition.
In fact, The X-Man said that the
low-rider community of San Diego is
very involved in the toy drive, and car
aficionados make a majority of toy
donors.
“People from all backgrounds do-
Xavier The X-Man, left, with Santa and his helper.
nate toys, but most of them are car
owners,” he said.
Xavier The X-Man said he understands that many in our community
are struggling, and even buying a toy
can be a hardship.
“But our people find it within their
hearts to buy that toy, and bring it here
for a child that is even in greater
need,” he said. “That is proof that my
audience is great, that they have a
big heart.”
Xavier The X-Man y los Impalas Car Club
Toys collected this year will be
given to two community organizations, one of them being the Emilio
Nares Foundation, which helps children with cancer.
For more information, visit www.
xmanshow.com.
Xavier The X-Man’s Annual Toy
Drive is not the only toy drive happening in the South Bay.
The 1st Annual Auto Truck & Bike
Show Teddy Bear Toy Drive, organized by the Swift Car Club and
Veteranos San Diego Car Club, will
take place on Sunday, Dec. 2, from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Funeraria del
Angel Humphrey, 753 Broadway, in
Chula Vista.
There will be trophies, raffles, free
BBQ while supplies last. The teddy
bears will benefit the San Ysidro
Women’s Club, and the toys will be
donated to the Emilio Nares Foundation. For more information, contact
Toni Royal at (619) 203-2584 or
Carlos Jimenez at (619) 921-2115.
The South Bay Raiders Booster
Club will have its Holiday Toy Drive
on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m., at Mama n Papas Pizza
Grotto, 988 Civic Center Dr., in Vista,
and then on Wednesday, Dec. 19,
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the CVS
parking lot, 1730 Sweetwater Rd., in
National City. For more information,
contact Albert at (619) 520-1003.
Xavier The X-Man: “Quiero ayudar a los niños necesitados”
Por Pablo Jaime Sáinz
Durante los años que ha sido
locutor en Magic 92.5 FM, Xavier
The X-Man ha podido ver de primera
mano que tan generoso puede ser su
auditorio.
Por la última década, gracias a esa
generosidad, ha organizado su ya
tradicional Xavier The X-Man Annual
Toy Drive, una colecta de juguetes
donde cada año miembros de su
auditorio por todo San Diego donan
un juguete nuevo para un niño
necesitado, que, de otra manera, quizá
no reciba un regalo de Navidad.
La colecta de juguetes de este año
será el sábado 1 de diciembre de 9
a.m. al mediodía en Luzitas Taco
Shop, ubicada en el 60 E. J St., a un
costado de Hilltop Middle School, en
Chula Vista.
The X-Man, cuyo programa en
Magic 92.5 es un clásico en San
Diego gracias a su selección de rolitas
oldies, dijo que usa cualquier
popularidad que pueda tener para
traer a la luz una buena causa.
“Quiero ayudar a los niños
necesitados. Soy bendecido al estar
detrás de un micrófono en la radio
donde puedo atraer atención a ayudar
a los que necesitan ayuda”, dijo
Mariachi Masters
White House
Engagement
see page 3
Xavier The X-Man. “Esta es mi
oportunidad de regresarle a una
comunidad que me ha dado tanto”.
Cada año, el número de personas que
donan juguetes varía, pero pueden ser
hasta 200, dijo.
Los que donen un juguete recibirán
un plato de menudo.
Además de ayudar a los niños
(vea Xavier X-Man, página 2)
PAGE 2
NOVEMBER 30, 2012
Living la Vida
Lucha
Rosemead’s Laura Salazar,
championship Mixed Martial
Arts fighter, wins gold in
Greece.
“Lethal” Laura Salazar
This past weekend (Nov
16-18) , martial artists from all
around the world converged in
Sparta in Greece for an epic
contest of strength, skill and
warrior spirit known as the
world Pankration championships. PANKRATION (translates to “All Powers”) is a
World Heritage MARTIAL
ART, with the unique distinction of being the only martial
sport in existence today that
can legitimately trace its roots
to the Ancient Olympic Games
from 648 BC to 393 AD. and
has a recorded history spanning well back to over 3,000
years.
The three-day event brought
together Mixed Martial Arts
athletes from Greece (which
is the birthplace of Pankration),
Italy, Russia, Ukraine, Canada,
Australia, Kazakhstan, Cameroon, USA and countless other
countries to participate in a
true demonstration of the
Olympic spirit from which
Pankration originally emerged.
Representing team USA
was a fierce competitor, Laura
Salazar. The aptly named “Lethal” Laura entered this event
with a tremendous amount of
momentum, having won the
2011 World Super Grand’s, the
OC Open Martial Arts Championships, the prestigious Long
Beach International tournament and the US National
Pankration Championships.
This young Latina hails from
Rosemead and has only been
involved in martial arts for 15
months. On the advice of a
friend she joined the UFC Gym
in order to lose weight and get
fit. After being a member for
three months she decided to
try a Muay Thai class because
she heard that it was fun.
She quickly found out that it
was also a phenomenal total
body workout is well. Admiring
the technique and skill of her
training partner Monica, she
began to train in the private
LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO
Deportation to Shattered DREAMs: Friendship Has No Borders
By Nancy Landa
MundoCitizen
(Editor’s note: DREAMer
Nancy Landa’s first-hand experience of removal proceedings by US Citizens and Immigration Services (USCIS))
I set foot on American soil
as I got off the bus which had
arrived at the San YsidroTijuana border. U.S. Immigration officers were standing
ready to hand over to each of
us a small brown bag tagged
with a label imprinted with our
names. When I opened mine,
I notice that it contained my belongings I had with me when
detained: my purse with just a
cell phone and a small amount
of cash I was carrying for the
day.
I was then escorted by the
U.S. agent to a gate where a
Mexican immigration officer
was waiting. He asked me a
few questions to verify if I was
Mexican. But with no ID to
prove I was one and with a
spoken Spanish that seemed to
be foreign, I was concerned
the immigration officer would
doubt my nationality.
I was now only a deportee
with no identity. I tried to keep
myself calm as I answered
each question. After with-
standing the suspicious stare of
the officer, he decided to let me
pass.
It was past 8 pm and I was
on my own. With no time to
reflect that it was my last moment on the side of the border
that had been home to me for
almost 20 years, I walked toward the first revolving door
that welcomed me to Mexico.
But unlike most tourists that
pass through these gates on a
daily basis, perhaps with a
sense of exploration of what
they expect to be a sightseeing
adventure, I was beginning a
fight for survival in unknown
territory, with no family or
friends living here whom I
could call for help. I began to
doubt whether I could endure
the danger that was present in
a town recently plagued by an
outbreak of violence.
I continued to walk down
the corridor and noticed about
50 meters away was a second
gate which I presumed was
signaling the end of this transitory space. I was not yet ready
to cross this gate, as I felt
somewhat protected here. I
needed some time to figure out
where to go next.
I noticed that some of the
deportees that were on the
same bus with me were forming a line at a small bungalow
closer to the first gate I had
exited. The sign above the entrance read Grupo Beta. After a brief conversation with
some of the people waiting in
line, I learned that this organization provides protection to
migrants. One of their services
available was a free phone call
for each deportee so they could
reach their family members.
As I get in line, I remembered I was carrying my cell
phone but was unsure if I could
use it for calls. I then make a
test phone call to one of my
friends, and to my surprise it
goes through!
In a brief conversation, she
informed me that three of my
friends were driving to Tijuana
to find me and ensure I was in
a safe place to stay.
At that very moment, I realized one thing: Friendship
Has No Borders.
Despite having a physical
wall separating me indefinitely
from the world I had known,
my friends were there for me
and were unwilling to let me
face this situation alone.
Although many challenges
laid ahead as a result of an
abrupt deportation, I knew I
was blessed to have a community of friends that did everything they could to help in the
transition. For at least a week,
Border crossing walk San Ysidro-Tijuana. (Photo: Nancy
Landa)
I had food and shelter in a relaIn the meantime, we contively safe environment as I fig- tinue to have an exodus of hunured out how to get my feet dreds of deportees on a daily
off the ground.
basis, trying to figure out how
Unfortunately, I cannot say to survive this night.
that the hundreds of individuals that get thrown out on a daily Nancy Landa is a deported
basis through the same border honors graduate and former
I crossed, will have the same student President of Califorluck. Sadly, this type of safe- nia State University, Northguard I received is not institu- ridge (CSUN). Nancy resides
tionalized by neither U.S. or in Tijuana since her deporMexican authorities. Both play tation in 2009 and has
a role in a system of detention shared her story to highlight
and deportation that, if scruti- the need for comprehensive
nized carefully, can hardly be immigration reform in the
perceived to follow due pro- U.S. You can follow Nancy
cess or international standards on Facebook and Twitter
of humane treatment that they @mundocitizen. Mundo Citihave agreed to comply with. zen http://mundocitizen.com/
War or Peace in Mexico?
Frontera NorteSur
Caliente region of Guerrero, the
signing troika appealed for
peace in Mexico but vowed to
act against the Zetas, Zeta
leader Miguel Angel Trevino
and “all those who support him.”
The narco-banners also
contained a parting shot at
President Felipe Calderon, who
leaves office on December 1.
Accusing Calderon of being
responsible for the deaths of
“almost 60,000 innocent”
people, the unknown authors
blasted the outgoing Mexican
leader for being “the worst
(killer) of any delinquent group”
in the country.
In downtown Morelia,
Michoacan, the three-headed,
anti-Zetas “brotherhood” left
another sarcastic message for
Calderon last week, recogniz-
ing losses suffered by their organizations but also boasting of
casualties inflicted on the Federal Police.
“With all your power and
reach, it would have been a
good plan for Michoacan if
you could have treated your
people with love and true justice,” the Morelia narco-banner read in part. “But given
everything excuse us and since
we are not going to have you
as our ruler in December, we
wish you, your family and your
cabinet, as ( popular singer)
Vicente Fernandez said, a
beautiful farewell.”
The Guerrero narco-banners recalled similar statements that were posted across
Mexico in February 2010 and
largely missed by the interna-
tional press at the time. Announcing the formation of the
Do messages attributed to
United Cartels alliance against
three Mexican underworld orthe Zetas, the messages were
ganizations portend war or
soon followed by a tremendous
peace? Retrieved by Mexican
explosion of violence in the
soldiers, three so-called narconorthern border state of
banners displayed last week in
Tamaulipas and other regions
the southern state of Guerrero
of the country.
and purportedly signed by three
If authentic, the latest
groups — the Gulf cartel, La
narco-banners could be signifiFamilia Michoacana and the
cant for other reasons. First, the
Knights Templar — announced
joint statement implies the
not only a truce among the sigpatching over of differences
natories, but also a new “brothbetween La Familia and the
erhood” against the rival Los
Knights Templar, which were
Zetas organization.
once part of the same organiIn the message, which had
zation but later at odds after the
the same content written on the
death of La Familia co-founder
professionally printed banners
Nazario “El Loco” Moreno in
recovered in the municipalities
December 2010 in a fiery gunof Tlalchapa and Tlapehuala in
battle with the government.
the conflict-ridden Tierra
In particular, the Knights
Templar group has been very
active on the public propaganda front, posting anti-Zetas banners in at least 7 states
Volunteer-powered literacy initiative partners with Chula Vista
this month including the state
of Mexico, long considered
Elementary School District and OASIS Tutoring
the stomping ground of La FaChula Vista Serves, in part“A student’s ability to read efforts of the Third Grade milia, and Coahuila and San
nership with the Chula Vista proficiently by third grade is a Reads volunteers will help
Elementary School District and proven marker of future suc- reach a goal of providing
OASIS Tutoring, is launching cess in school, leading to teacher-selected students in
a program titled Third Grade graduation, career and col- kindergarten through third
Reads with the assistance of a lege,” said Mayor Cox. “Chula grade with two hours of readvalued grant from Cities of Vista’s partnership with Cities ing and writing tutoring per
Service and ServiceNation. of Service has resulted in many week, one hour at a time, to
This volunteer-powered initia- positive outcomes, and the help all participating students
tive supports Chula Vista Third Grade Reads program is read at grade level.
Mayor Cheryl Cox’s goal to yet another opportunity for
Third Grade Reads is a
foster
community
efforts
that
mentors
to
have
a
positive
imhigh-impact
service strategy in
(see Lethal Laura, page 5)
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Luis Potosi, both strongholds
of the Zetas.
Second, the apparent willingness of three organizations
supposedly hard-pressed by
government arrests and killings
of top and mid-level leaders, to
come together and contemplate a new fight against the
Zetas, implies a certain degree
of resilience as well as an ability to reorganize and re-focus
in spite of major blows claimed
by government officials.
Third, the content of the
newest narco-banners promises the continuation of violent
rivalries honed during the past
six years into the period of incoming President Enrique
Peña Nieto unless, of course,
some sort of behind-thescenes peace agreement or
accommodation is reached.
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Xavier XMan
(con’t de página 1)
necesitados, los donantes
disfrutarán de la música del DJ
Wicho en las tornamesas,
podrán tomarse una foto con
Santa de Impalas Car Club, y
verán una variedad de low riders en la exhibición de autos
clásicos.
De hecho, The X-Man dijo
que la comunidad low-rider de
San Diego está muy involucrada en la colecta de juguetes y que los aficionados a
los autos son la mayoría de los
donantes de juguetes.
Xavier The X-Man dijo que
entiende que mucha gente en
nuestra comunidad está batallando y comprar un juguete
puede ser díficil.
“Pero nuestra gente saca del
corazón comprar ese juguete
y traerlo aquí para algún niño
que está aún más necesitado”,
dijo. “Eso comprueba que mi
auditorio es grandioso, que
tiene un gran corazón”.
Los juguetes que se reunan
este año serán donados a dos
organizaciones comunitarias,
una de ellas la Emilio Nares
Foundation, que ayuda a niños
con cáncer.
Para obtener más información, visite http://www.x
manshow.com/.
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2534 State Street
San Diego, CA 92101
2003 S. El Camino Real Ste. 109
Oceanside, CA 92054
www.lolalopezlaw.com
PHONE: 619-993-5778
FAX: 619-286-2231
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NOVEMBER 30, 2012
PAGE 3
Mariachi Masters White House Engagement
Mariachi Master Apprentice Program and its instructors made the 2,700 mile trek from
San Fernando to the White House to share the stage with First Lady Michelle Obama.
By Khalil Abdullah
NEW AMERICA MEDIA
WASHINGTON— Alejandro
Ascencio and seven other
members of the Mariachi Master Apprentice Program and its
instructors made the 2,700 mile
trek from San Fernando to the
White House to share the stage
with First Lady Michelle
Obama on Nov 19th, 2012.
Had the group traveled by
car across the United States
through the southwest, the music and traditions for which they
were being honored would
have been easily available on
the radio through half their journey on the way to being feted
as one of the National Arts and
Humanities Youth Program
2012 Awardees.
Coming soon after a brief
respite from speaking engagements at end of a tumultuous
presidential campaign, Mrs.
Obama acknowledged that it
took her a few hesitant phrases
before settling into a heartfelt
welcome that exalted the
promise of arts education and
her husband’s administration’s
continuing commitment to fully
developing the human capital
of America’s youth.
Through the work of the
programs being extolled, Mrs.
Obama said, “You see kids
who never considered going to
college, finally saying to themselves, ‘Well, if I can publish
my own writing, if I can create my own artwork, if I can
get up in front of all these
people and perform anywhere,
including the East Room of the
White House, well then certainly I can go to college,
right?” Mrs. Obama asked.
“Of course I can continue my
education, expand my ambitions and pursue my dreams.”
The 12 winners were drawn
from the 50 finalists of over 350
entries and ran the gamut from
programs that featured African
dance, poetry, photography,
theater, and visual arts to those
like Oakland’s Youth Radio that
provided training for internships in journalism and other
facets of media. The International Spotlight Award was bestowed upon the Western
China Cultural Ecology Workshop for its 100 Dong Songs
Program designed to preserve
the legacy of the Dong people.
Starr Arroyo, a 15-year old
Latina from the Bronx, described how being a member
of the debate team of the Urban Assembly at the Bronx
School of Law, Government
and Justice, has opened new
vistas for her. She said she is
intent on going to college, inspired particularly by her
mother and Latina Supreme
Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor,
also from the Bronx. Echoing
Mrs. Obama’s remarks, Arroyo said that “standing here
in the White House, I feel the
world is full of possibilities.”
The First Lady said the ceremony honors not only the youth,
but the instructors. She was
struck, she said, by the motto of
Seattle’s Art Corp — “Make art
anyway” — that it captured the
spirit of those dedicated to arts
education for youth.
“You teach them, that no
matter what life throws your
way, if they draw on their own
talent and, courage and creativity; if they are persistent, and
tenacious and bold – bold –
then they can truly make something extraordinary of their
lives,” Obama said, “because
that’s what we expect, nothing but extraordinary.”
For 15-year-old Ascencio,
messages about ambition,
dreams and being extraordinary
were as resonant as the sixstringed guitaron he played during his group’s standing ovation
performance during a musical
interlude in the ceremony. Resplendent, as were his colleagues, in white-trimmed azure
suits of the mariachi, Ascencio
explained that his love of music
began when he was four or five
years-old and that he’s been
playing music seriously for
about eight years. “I started with
the piano and then, from the piano, I started playing the accordion. I started playing Norteno
music,” he said, describing the
popular music that taps the blend
of Mexico’s traditions infused
with Czech, German and Polish elements from the European
presence in the region in the late
1800s.
“My father, from when he
was small, he used to play with
the mariachi. He sells houses
and he had clients whose son
was in this program,” he said
of the troupe. “He thought it
would be a good idea for me
to join as an accordionist in
mariachi, which is not very
common. So, I go to the pro-
gram; I audition. I made it as
an accordionist, but over the
years – I’ve been in the program two and a half years –
I’ve learned several instruments: the guitaron, trumpet,
vihuela – which is almost like
the guitar, and the guitar.”
He has decided he wants to
be a professional musician or
to be able to use music in his
career for the rest of his life.
“I’m looking into sound engineering, anything with sound
whether it’s live or studio, or
even sound effects for movies, studio tracks for movies —
all that stuff,” Ascencio said.
“It is so critical that we pre-
serve arts education in our
schools,” Mrs. Obama said. “It
is absolutely critical because we
know how important it is for our
children’s development. We all
know, every one of us who are
here in this room will do whatever it takes to make sure that
our own kids get access to
sports and music and arts and
recreation. So if it’s good
enough for our kids, it’s good
enough for all of our kids.”
To see MMAP’s performances please visit http://
www.sfrcs.com/communityprograms/cultural-art-programs/mariachi-master-apprentice-program-mmap
CONDADO DE SAN DIEGO AUDIENCIA
PUBLICA
Community Action Partnership (CAP) del Condado de San Diego, celebrará una audiencia pública en la Región Sur para dar a
los miembros de la comunidad que estén interesados la
oportunidad de dar su opinión sobre servicios sociales para
familias de bajos recursos en San Diego.
La misión de CAP en San Diego es reducir la pobreza y aminorar
su impacto para los residentes de bajos recursos de San Diego.
Una audiencia pública se celebrará para motivar la participación
del público y de proveedores de servicios sobre las necesidades
singulares de sus comunidades.
Hora y Lugar
Martes, 11 de Diciembre, 2012
5:30 a 7:30 PM
Lauderbach Community Center
333 Oxford Street, Chula Vista, CA 91911
Asegúrese de ser escuchado ¡Lo necesitamos a usted!
Testimonio por escrito también será aceptado
Para mayor información comunicarse con:
Juana Duenas - Community Action Partnership al correo
electrónico: [email protected]
The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Don Diego Post #7420 located at 2100 Logan
Avenue San Diego, will have the honor of the
National President Leanne Lemley visiting from
6:00 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday
November 30. She will meet
with the ladies and she will go
through the customary
Sombrero presentation.
Her theme is: Serving from the Heart for Our Veterans
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Art Center Presents
Lecture by Acclaimed
Photographer Mario
Castillo
Mario Castillo
Grupo de entusiastas danzoneros de Mexicali, Tecate, Tijuana, Rosarito y Ensenada.
Por: Paco Zavala
El pasado sábado 24 de
noviembre de las 17:00 a las
22:00 horas, en el Salón de
Danza del Instituto de Cultura
de Baja California (ICBC), se
realizó con motivo de fín de
año, el cierre del programa de
las Tardes de Danzón, en el
que estuvieron presentes
danzo-neros de: Mexicali,
Tecate, Tijuana, Rosarito y
Ensenada, en el evento Jesús
Flores Campbell, Representante del ICBC en Tijuana,
hizo entrega de reconocimientos a destacados danzoneros.
Este programa se realiza
bajo los auspicios de
CONACULTA a través del
Instituto de Cultura de Baja
California (ICBC). Este año,
en Tijuana fue coordinado por
Don Fernando Tapia Cortés.
Apasionados bailadores de
danzón de todo el estado
viajaron a Tijuana, a participar
en este evento de fin de
cursos, correspondiente al ciclo
de este año 2012 y, durante
cinco horas bailaron, convivieron con sus amigos bajo
los acordes armoniosos y
sensuales de un buen danzón,
además de disfrutar de una
rica cena preparada por ellos
mismos.
Tardes de danzón, es un
programa instituído desde hace
algunos años, bailándose
actualmente en las seis reresentaciones que el ICBC
tiene en el estado.
La asistencia a la realización
de este programa está compuesta por jóvenes, adultos y
adultos mayores; ellos son personas que buscan una diversión
sana, por lo tanto son gentes
honorables y buenas, estas
mismas personas han apoyado
al programa en el estado y a la
fecha ya se han realizado
algunos eventos vinculados
con esta sana diversión: “Bailar
danzón”
Las actividades de este
programa para el próximo año,
iniciarán la segunda semana de
febrero, incluyendo el Kinder
del Danzón creado para niños
de 6 a 10 años de edad.
Además, antes de finalizar este
año, el día 22 de diciembre
realizarán un Taller de Danzón
de las 17:00 a las 19:30 horas,
en el Multiforo del ICBC,
dirigido a principiantes y
avanzados; este curso será
impartido por la pareja ganadora del Premio Nacional de
Danzón, Arq. María Eugenia
Ayala y el Ing. Miguel Velasco,
quienes arriban exprofeso
procedentes de la ciudad de
Monterrey, N.L.
En notas complementarias:
en el Centro Estatal de las
Artes Tijuana, de los días 23 al
25 de noviembre, inició el V
Módulo de Capacitación a
Mediadores de Lectura, con
participantes de: Mexicali,
Ensenada, San Quintín y Tijuana, sobre el Programa
Nacional Salas de Lectura
(PNSL). El curso lo impartió
Gerardo Hazael Piña Méndez,
capacitador del Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las
Artes (CONACULTA). Este
programa es ofrecido a personas que de manera voluntaria
deciden trabajar en un proyecto de Sala de Lectura en
sus comunidades, con la intención de activar el Fomento
a la Lectura con una mayor
cobertura, vinculándolo al
público infantil, juvenil o
adultos mayores, escuelas en
todos los niveles, instituciones
de salud o de beneficencia,
entre otros.
Para concluir, artistas del
estado se reúnen para seleccionar a ganadores del Concurso Estatal de Dibujo y
Pintura Infantil 2012-2013.
Para este concurso se recibieron 5 mil 961 trabajos de
niños(as) bajacalifornianos, de
los cuales 12 integrarán el
calendario 2013 y 18 más, la
muestra estatal.
Holiday Calendar of Events:
Escondido Choral Arts
to Present “Holiday
Joy” at Trinity
Church
A holiday concert will be
offered by the choral organizations of the California Center for the Arts, Escondido on
Saturday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church, 845
Chestnut St. (at Ninth Ave.),
Escondido. “Holiday Joy” will
feature joyous songs of the
season performed by the Center Chorale, a 40-voice adult
ensemble under the direction
of Dr. Joe Stanford. They will
be joined by the 50-plus singers of the Center Children’s
Chorus, directed by Dana
Stanford.
Tickets for the “Holiday
Joy” Concert at Trinity
Episcopal Church may be
purchased by phone 760294-7218, through a Center
Chorale member, through
the “contact us” form on the
Chorale website (www.esc
ondidochoralarts.com), or at
the door the day of the event.
Ticket prices are $20 for
Adults, $18 for Seniors and
Military, $10 for students
and children under 12 are
Free.
National City’s 5th
Annual Christmas @
Brick Row- Tree
Lighting Ceremony
Brick Row - ‘A’Avenue between 9th St. & Plaza Blvd. on
December 13th at 5:00 pm-8:00
pm. Performances by
Musical Ensembles-Christmas
Tree Lighting Ceremony-Holi-
day Refreshments for sale.
Appearances from Santa, Miss
National City & her Court. A
canned food drive will also be
held to benefit the National City
Food Bank.
‘Christmas on Crystal
Pier’ set to kickstart the
holidays
Santa Claus kicks off this
holiday season in Pacific
Beach with the Crystal Pier
Hotel’s fourth annual “Christmas on Crystal Pier” event
amid family, friends and neighbors on Saturday, Dec. 1.
From 2 to 5 p.m., children
of all ages can enjoy free ornament decorating, games, hot
chocolate from Kono’s Café
and live holiday music by local
school bands.
At 5 p.m., a beautifully
decorated evergreen — donated by Doug Irwin of Christmas Tree Country — will be
lit up next to the Crystal Pier
Hotel.
La Jolla Music Society
Presents The Romeros
and Concerto Málaga
December 2 at Balboa Theatre
La Jolla Music Society continues the Special Event Series
with The Romeros and Concerto Málaga in a special matinee holiday concert at the
Balboa Theatre on Sunday, December 2 at 3 pm. San Diego’s
greatest guitar family, The
Romeros perform with Concerto Málaga under the direction of Massimo Paris celebrating the release of their new recording Christmas with Los
Romeros. Since the Romero
family came to the United
States in 1957, they have consistently dazzled audiences everywhere and have inspired
enthusiastic praise from critics
coast to coast. Their program
with Concerto Málaga with will
feature works by Massimo
Paris, Handel and Schubert,
with a selection of favorite
Christmas Carols from around
the world like Away in a Manger, Carol of the Bells and
Little Drummer Boy.
The La Jolla Music Society
and the San Diego Symphony
are joining together to honor
The Romeros in two different
presentations during the 201213 Season. The San Diego
Symphony performance will be
in May of 2013 after the La
Jolla Music Society holiday
concert.
Tickets are $27-$67 and are
available through the La Jolla
Music Society Ticket Office,
(858) 459-3728 or online at
www.LJMS.org.
Trolley Dances Coming
to Chula Vista Library
If you are looking for a
unique cultural art experience,
head to the Chula Vista Civic
Center Library on December
2. There you will find Library Dances created specifically for the library space
by San Diego Dance Theatre choreographer Jean
Isaacs, famous for her Trolley Dances, and Gina Bolles
Sorensen.
The site specific Library
Dances will be performed at
1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. and are
free and open to the public.
One of Mexico’s most celebrated photographers, Mario
Castillo, will be speaking about
his works currently on exhibit
in ‘Heart & Soul of Mexico’
at the California Center for the
Arts, Escondido Museum, 340
North Escondido Boulevard.
This free event called ‘Journey through Mexico’ takes
place Sunday afternoon, December 2, 2012 from 2:00PM
to 4:00PM at the Museum.
Castillo has traveled extensively throughout Mexico and
will talk about his journeys, his
encounters and his art on display. To reserve a seat, call
Kirsten at 760 839-4138.
This is the last day to see
the exhibition, ‘Heart & Soul
of Mexico’ which also includes
works by the late well known
artist and muralist, Raul
Anguiano.
Casa Familiar host a
“Tamalada for Books”
The children of San Ysidro
need your help. Casa Familiar
has taken on a project to get
NEW books to all the children
of San Ysidro as an incentive
to continue their education and
contribute to their community,
during this year, we distributed
15,000 NEW books to all the
students in the San Ysidro
School District, all the preschool and child-care centers,
and the MAAC Charter
School (a high school which is
often the last resort for our students).
Now the community has
asked that we continue this
effort and our goal is to obtain
and distribute 20,000 books.
This is major undertaking since
it is strictly a volunteer effort.
We are asking you to come
as our guest to a “A Tamalada
for BOOKS” on Friday, December 7th, 2012 and to make
a donation to the BOOKS
Project. Each dollar that you
give will impact on one child.
Please be a part of this effort
and bring your checkbooks and
dollars for our kids.
Thank you for always caring about children and the need
of our communities to prosper.
CarinÞosamente,
You are invited to support
NEW books to all the children
of San Ysidro Special Tamalada for Books
Help us raise $20,000 to buy
20,000 books. NEW hardback
books for San Ysidro students.
Donations Requested. For
each $10 you impact 10 children. More info call 619-4281115.
When: Fri, December 7,
11:30am – 2:00pm GMT-08:00
Where: San Ysidro Civic
Center 212 W. Parks, San
Ysidro
TeenSpace Hosts
Introduction to
Turntablism Event
Teens Invited to Learn the
Basics of Turntablism at San
Diego Public Library
San Diego Public Library’s
TeenSpace at Central Library
will host a free Introduction
to Turntablism program on
Tuesday, December 11,
2012 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
The event will consist of a live
demonstration as well as instruction on how to use turntables as musical instruments.
No preregistration is required.
T h e I n t ro d u c t i o n t o
Turntablism program will be
led by two well-respected local DJs, Tenshun and Existence76. Topics covered will be
the mechanics of turntablism,
the type of equipment needed,
the basics of scratching, how
to get started as a DJ, and
more. Attendees will be encouraged to go hands-on with
the equipment and try out such
techniques as scratching and
mixing. There will also be an
opportunity to ask the instructors questions.
About the instructors:
Tenshun has released many
positively-received albums on
a variety of formats and has
worked with artists such as
Stuntdouble, Babel Fishh, and
Skrapez. Existence76 is a longtime member of Homegrown
Blends, a collective of artists
and musicians dedicated to the
promotion and creation of
products built from an independent and freethinking work
ethic rooted in a love of music,
art and apparel.
Learn about other events at
the San Diego Public Library’s
Central Library and 35
branches, find links to numerous additional resources, or
search for materials in the
Library’s catalog online at
www.sandiegolibrary.org
Casa de Oro Library
Celebrates 50th
Anniversary
The community is invited to
join the Casa de Oro Library’s
50th Anniversary Celebration
at 9805 Campo Rd., Spring
Valley. The event is taking
place Saturday, December 1
from 12:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
and will feature separate
events for kids, teens and
adults. The celebration is free
and cake will be served.
The afternoon will be full of
activities for all ages. Library
Director José Aponte will
speak at 12:15 p.m. The awardwinning Monte Vista High
School Sound Odyssey Choir
(pictured), led by Sarah LeClair
Klacka, will perform at 12:30
p.m. and acoustic singer Joe
Rathburn will bring in the holiday spirit with Christmas music at 2:00 p.m. The finale program at 3:00 p.m. will include
a Nutcracker themed puppet
and marionette show. During
the entire event will be balloon
animals for kids and a
children’s craft.
“This celebration is a testament to the support from the
Casa de Oro community over
the years,” says Branch Manager Amanda Heller, “We’re
excited to provide this family
friendly event for the community.”
Northwest Civic
Association Holiday
Party
On Wednesday, December
12th at 6 pm Northwest Civic
Association will host its annual
holiday party/fundraiser at
Mangia Italiano on Third restaurant, 248 Third Ave, Chula
Vista. Our recently departed
board member, the late Ted
Kennedy, was passionate about
assisting the homeless. In his
honor, we encourage everyone
to bring a cash donation (checks
okay) to benefit Interfaith Shelter Network, a non-profit organization which provides shelter
and resources to homeless
Chula Vistans in need. Representatives from Interfaith Shelter Network will be in attendance to describe their mission.
Everyone is welcome.
Action for Uniting Mankind is proud to present :
Elder Titolopochtli Domingo Días Porta
andWife Lupita Abundis
San Diego, CA Saturday Dec.1st 2012
Elder
Domingo Días Porta
Magisterial Lecture:
The Return of Cosmic
Consciousness 2012
A unique and historic opportunity to
experience and hear directly from the source,
a Conveyor of theAncestral Wisdom.
Founder, guide, and
custodian of Action for
Uniting Mankind
(A.U.M.)
ElderTitolopochtli.
High Ranking Initiate of
our Times.
In this visit the Elder Dias Porta shares the
For more than six decades he has toured Europe and the
Mayan Wisdom to prepare and guide towards Americas collaborating in the awakening of the
the awakening of Cosmic Consciousness.
Consciousness of the people with a message of Cultural
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PROGRAM:
Aztec Dance
Artistic Exposition and Chat
with Mario Torero
Appetizers
Conference with Elder
Domingo Días Porta
TIME:
3:00 - 7:00 PM
PLACE:
Centro Cultural de La Raza
Parque Balboa
2004 Park Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92101
Cooperation: $49.00
Synthesis and the Sacred Sciences. Wherever he has gone, he
has been received as a bearer of good tidings. Recognized as
an Educator, Messenger, Visionary, and Spiritual Teacher.
The Elder Dias Porta has demonstrated the special role of
America in the global birth of our civilization for these times,
emerging from a natural order between the Earth and the
Cosmos.
In this tour through Canada, USA, Mexico and Central
America, he tells us: “This tour is due to the upcoming
fulfillment of the Mayan Mandate for these new times: the
awakening of the Human Consciousness, which the Cosmos
directs from the center of our spiritual cosmic home, the
MilkyWay Galaxy.
These encounters and gatherings are a preparation for the
descent of the Heavenly Light, so much awaited throughout
the centuries. This Nativity will be unique for all of
Humanity.”
FOR MORE INFORMATION
619 273-7758
619 273-7746
619 210-3317
[email protected]
LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO
NOVEMBER 30, 2012
Cómo cuidar a un ser querido con la
enfermedad de Alzheimer
Probablemente jamás pensó
sufrirlo usted y su familia, pero
teniendo los hispanos 1.5 veces
más probabilidades de desarrollar Alzheimer que la
población blanca no hispana,
usted o un ser querido pueden
verse afectados por esta
enfermedad. Este noviembre,
en el marco del Mes de la
concientización sobre el
Alzheimer, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation desea
brindar su ayuda a los cuidadores que desempeñan una
función crucial en la vida de
las personas que padecen la
enfermedad de Alzheimer.
Los estudios demuestran
que existe un mayor grado de
responsabilidad entre las
familias hispanas para cuidar
a las personas mayores. Ser un
cuidador puede ser una
experiencia gratificante, pero
también puede resultar muy
difícil. Por eso es importante
que se tome tiempo libre para
conservar la salud mental y
prepararse para afrontar los
desafíos. Hacer ejercicio,
llevar una dieta saludable y
socializar con amigos son
actividades que favorecen su
bienestar general. Incluso solo
tomarse unos minutos diarios
para cerrar los ojos y respirar
profundo puede ser un alivio.
Cuidar a un ser querido con
la enfermedad de Alzheimer
puede ser abrumador, pero
contar con información práctica y orientación profunda
puede ayudarlo a permanecer
en contacto con la realidad.
Los siguientes cinco principios
básicos pueden servir como
base para una tarea de cuidado
saludable.
Hable con el médico.
Puede resultar difícil hablar
con un médico cuando se está
preocupado por un ser querido
que quizás está padeciendo la
enfermedad de Alzheimer.
Anote previamente los síntomas que observa, como
cambios en la memoria, el humor o el comportamiento para
no olvidar la información que
desea compartir con el médico
cuando tenga la oportunidad.
Ser un cuidador puede ser una experiencia
gratificante, pero también puede resultar muy difícil.
posible que un cónyuge o un
padre que solía ser independiente tenga que aceptar ayuda
por primera vez en su vida. Un
hijo puede tener que sostener
a ese padre que siempre lo ha
sostenido a él. Estas adaptaciones de roles pueden resultar
complicadas, sobre todo al
principio. Pero es posible hacer
los ajustes necesarios para que
se beneficien tanto usted como
la persona afectada siempre
que conserve la relación que
los une en su mente.
Consiga ayuda.
La atención del paciente
trae aparejadas muchas
emociones difíciles de manejar.
Miedo a la dependencia, a la
soledad, a la aislación o
sentimientos de culpa, rabia o
depresión por parte del
cuidador, todo puede formar
parte de la experiencia. Por eso
es tan importante mantener
abiertos los canales de comunicación con amigos y
familiares y solicitar ayuda
cuando la necesite. Puede
encontrar más información a
través de grupos de apoyo locales o consultando a un
profesional de la salud mental.
que puede hacer por usted
como cuidador/a es cuidar de
sí mismo, primero y ante todo.
De este modo obtendrá la
energía que necesita para
cuidar a su ser querido. Cuando
se trata de afrontar la experiencia del cuidado, trate de
centrarse en los días buenos y
en todos los recuerdos hermosos que conserva.
Conéctese con otras
personas.
Volver a conectarse con
amigos y familiares, buscar
apoyo en Internet y participar
en la comunidad son todas
buenas maneras de mantenerse socialmente activo y ver
las cosas en perspectiva.
Equipándose con información sobre la enfermedad de
Alzheimer, también será capaz
de atender adecuadamente las
necesidades de su ser querido.
Información en su propio
idioma, que incluye una lista de
los recursos se encuentra
disponible en www.alz.org/
espanol.
Cuidar a un ser querido es
un gran desafío, pero es un
acto generoso y puede
constituir una experiencia
gratificante. Siéntase orgulloso
de sí mismo y de la atención
que brinda a quienes lo necesitan.
Lethal
Laura
El Soporte Informativo Para Millones
de Hispanos
Por Luisa Fernanda Montero
Si bien es cierto que las
preocupaciones de la vida
cotidiana a veces nos superan,
es cierto también, que tenemos
la capacidad de controlar
nuestras emociones y el poder
de decidir que tanto nos afecta
uno u otro asunto.
Las exigencias de la modernidad son cada vez más altas,
e ir al ritmo del congestionado
mundo en el que vivimos se
vuelve imperativo. La cuestión
es cuál debe ser nuestra
actitud.
De acuerdo con la Asociación Americana de Psicología
-APA- la tercera parte de la
población de Estados Unidos
vive en un estado de estrés
extremo, mientras que el 49
por ciento – casi la mitad –
cree que sus niveles de estrés
han ido en aumento en los
últimos cinco años.
¿Y su estrés? ¿Cómo está?
Además de ser un dolor de
cabeza y ser la causa principal
de varias enfermedades, el
estrés le daña la vida, afecta
sus relaciones personales y
disminuye su productividad.
Así que al final del día, cuando
nos estresamos, sólo estamos
aumentando el problema.
No me malentienda, no le
pido que sea insensible o que
“se haga el de la vista gorda”,
lo que digo, es que nosotros y
solo nosotros podemos decidir
que tanto nos dejamos afectar
por determinados sucesos.
Para muchos de nosotros el
día comienza con el estrés del
tráfico vehicular. Para poner un
ejemplo sencillo. Seguramente
salimos tres, cuatro o diez
minutos más de lo indicado y
la larga fila de autos a la que
llegamos a punto de gemir de
desesperación, parece interminable o, de hecho, lo es. Es
claro que pudimos evitarlo,
pero ya estamos allí. Le aseguro, es más, le juro que por
más que se estrese, active la
bocina o se enoje, nada va a
cambiar. La fila de autos
seguirá siendo interminable. La
cuestión es simple: hay circunstancias que podemos
evitar y hay decisiones que
podemos tomar.
Si ya nos agarró la congestión vehicular, el taco, o el
trancón y no hay nada que
hacer es mejor relajarse, asumir
las consecuencias y aprovechar
el tiempo pensando en cómo las
enfrentaremos, que dedicarnos
a lanzar improperios.
Y aunque el ejemplo parezca muy simple la verdad es
que al final, la vida misma es
más simple de lo que nosotros
creemos.
En su recientemente publicado libro The Worry Solution,
el doctor y maestro de la
Universidad de California,
Martin Rossman, nos invita
entre otras cosas a aprender a
respirar. El simple acto de
detenernos y respirar conscientemente puede disminuir
notablemente nuestros niveles
Luisa Fernanda Montero
de ansiedad.
Respire, haga ejercicio,
busque técnicas de relajación
que se amolden a sus necesidades y piense. Muchas
veces, nos estresamos incluso
por cosas que no han ocurrido.
¿Está seguro de que eso que
tanto le preocupa realmente
ocurrirá? Si está seguro, invierta el tiempo en la búsqueda
de soluciones. Le aseguro que
es más productivo, y si no,
¿entonces que le preocupa?
Es muy probable que eso
que tanto teme jamás ocurra.
El Instituto Americano de
Terapia Cognitiva ha encontrado que el 85 por ciento de
los asuntos preocupantes no
tienen un final tan oscuro como
se temía e incluso que los
preocupados resultan resolviendo el asunto mucho mejor
de lo que esperaban.
Así que usted decide si
invierte su tiempo en angustias
y dolores o prefiere darle un
lugar adecuado al estrés y
dedicarse un poquito más,
realmente, a ser feliz.
UN MENSA JE IMPORTANTE DE MEDIC ARE
Que no se le olvide.
Inscripción abierta para Medicare.
Ahora es el momento.
(con’t from page 2)
Someone you know
is guarding
herself against
cervical cancer.
To make an appointment call 1-888-743-PLAN (7526)
Reprinted from LatinoLA.
com. Laura Salazar’s website
is: http://lethallaura.word
press.com/
LA COLUMNA VERTEBRAL
El tiempo del estrés
Afronte la realidad.
Usted es madre o padre, hijo
o hija, empleado o empleada o
se ocupa de las tareas domésticas. Estos roles y sus
relaciones constituyen una
parte tan básica de nosotros
que rara vez pensamos en eso. Mantenga una actitud
Simplemente los aceptamos, positiva.
Una de las mejores cosas
hasta que la enfermedad de
Alzheimer los hace cambiar. Y
con esta afección, es de
esperar que surjan cambios en
los roles y las relaciones. Es
Pankration classes that Monica
was participating in with head
instructor Anthony Britton.
Fast-forward one year, and the
shy, nervous beginner has lost
55 pounds, amassed a trophy
case full of hardware and has
become an inspiration to other
women throughout the gym.
So what’s next for SoCal’s
“Lethal” Laura? 2013 will see
her continue to keep a busy
competition schedule as she
prepares her game to transition to professional women’s
MMA as well as compete in
more Muay Thai competitions,
grappling tournaments, and
amateur MMA. With the recent addition of the women’s
division in the UFC, her goal is
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trained athlete to go from training in the octagon to fighting in
the octagon.
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School board members need to lead and
change the business as usual culture
R
e-elected Sweetwater Union
High School District board
members Pearl Quinones and
Bertha Lopez will soon be
sworn on to the Board for another four years
of service. The question is will it be four
more years of the same old thing or will
these board members take the bull by the
horns and bring about changes that are so
sorely needed.
Bertha Lopez ran her campaign as a reformer, as the person leading the way
against corruption, as a leader of the people.
Pearl Quinones ran under the cloud of an
indictment and had to face the onslaught of
attacks against her character of honesty and
integrity.
The District Attorney’s investigation into
Quinones and sitting board member Arlie
Ricasa, along with the indictments against
Greg Sandoval and former superintendent
Jesus Gandara, coupled with the recent scandalous reports coming out of San Ysidro
school district, clearly defines the systemic
problems within the school board system.
The question is will the re-elected board
members, along with the board majority fix
the problem or will they sit back and do
nothing and allow the problems to continue
and fester?
What is wrong with the system: there are
no term limits, there is no cap on campaign
contributions, and there is a need for district-seated elections.
Running for office is an expensive proposition and running for a school board seat
that encompasses three cities, National City,
Chula Vista, and Imperial Beach causes the
cost of campaigning to exceed $100,000.
Imagine raising $100,000 every four years
in campaign donations.
To raise this much money candidates, in
particular incumbents running for re-election, have come to depend on special interests and contractor donations to fill campaign coffers. With no campaign contribution limits, it is not out of the question for a
contractor to donate large amounts of
money. The contractor knows that in the
near future, he will be before the same board
member seeking a million dollar contract.
Without term limits it is the norm for board
members to serve 16, 20, 24 years on the
board. During this time the interaction, the
line between campaign donors and board
members becomes blurred between business associate/campaign donor and friendship.
The solutions are simple and straight forward:
1: Put a limit on campaign contributions,
no one person or entity can give more than
$500.
2: Instead of open elections create smaller
seat district elections. Not only will this create equal representation across the district,
it will reduce the geographic size of the campaign area and cut costs.
3: Term limits. Two (2) four-year terms
should be enough for any school board
member. To allow these board members to
serve 5 or 6 terms only invites more opportunity for familiarity and the opportunity
for corruption and empire building.
There are three ways to make these
changes come about. One is for the citizens
to put forth a resolution or a motion and the
school board act upon it. Second, for the
citizens to put a proposition on the ballot, it
is a costly matter. The better way is for the
school board to take it upon itself to bring
forth these changes and put them on a ballot for the voters to decide. This would be
the easiest and most expeditious way to
bring about change.
It is up to the current board members to
do what is best for the future of elected board
members. Election reform can help deal with
systemic problems that occur not only at
Sweetwater but in San Ysidro. We hope that
the members of this board do not sit on their
hands and do nothing about election reform.
Not doing anything to correct the resulting
problems from election peculiarities would
be criminal in of itself, with all the problems
and issues this board is facing.
Mayor Filner’s Binational Office in Tijuana
By Patrick Osio
Director of Land Planning and many others in
public office. In the private sector, the President
of the Tijuana Economic Development Corporation, David Mayagoitia, with over 30 years
experience in attracting industrial investment to
the region, along with Flavio Olivier as the EDC’s
Executive Director; Gregorio Goldstein, President of the new state of the art Tijuana World
Trade Center; Luis and Hector Bustamante leaders in commercial and residential real estate representation. And on the list goes.
Locally Filner will find numerous allies such
as Hector Molina, President of CaNeMexA,
the chamber of Mexican-American and Mexican business owners; Jason Wells, CEO of the
San Ysidro Chamber of Commerce, Cindy
Gomper Graves, CEO of the South County
EDC. Political allies that he can call on to work
with him on the binational endeavor will very
likely include SD Councilman David Alvarez,
who represents Filner’s old city council seat;
Assemblyman Ben Hueso; in Chula Vista council members Rudy Ramirez and Mary Salas as
well as the numerous business organizations
and agencies, and educational institutions working with cross border counterparts.
At a recent meeting of CaNeMexA exploring the topic Challenges and Opportunities for
Cross Border Business Relationships, Chula
Vista councilman Rudy Ramirez, who is also a
cross-border business owner and Jose Antonio
Gonzalez, President of the Mexican Entrepreneurial Council for Export Technology and Investment stressed the need for more dialogue
and effort by both sides of the border and to
jointly formulate plans for our region.
As though taking a page from Mayor Filner’s
vision, Mr. Gonzalez said, “We are only divided
by a political line that should not interfere with
our well being, development and understanding.”
Mayor Filner not only merits our best wishes
for the success of this historic first but also
deserves out support as outgoing Mayor Sanders noted, “What is good for San Diego is good
for Tijuana and vise versa.”
The election of Bob Filner as Mayor of San
Diego can have positive trans-border economic
growth with his plan of San Diego’s opening
an office in Tijuana for direct and timely communications with that city’s mayor, other city
and state officials and business and community leaders. It’s long overdue.
To be sure, the idea of closer cooperation between the cities of San Diego and Tijuana have
been important with former San Diego mayors
as most recently exemplified by Mayor Jerry
Sanders who had a strong and amicable relationship with the former and present Tijuana
mayors. Going back to Pete Wilson who worked
closely with Tijuana city, state and federal agencies on the location of the Otay Mesa Port of
Entry, and Susan Golding establishing a direct
telephone (Red Line) between her office and
then Mayor of Tijuana, Hector Osuna Jaime,
after the devastating El Niño storms that crippled
Tijuana’s economy. Most previous San Diego
mayor’s have had a Binational Affairs Director
reaching across the border providing communication’s continuity; and the city of Tijuana
keeps an office located within SANDAG.
However, Mayor Filner’s move establishing
the first San Diego office in a foreign country,
albeit it’s immediate neighboring city, is not only
historical, but it also takes the relationship to a
positive new and higher level. It demonstrates
the importance Filner gives the relationship and
the desire and intention of creating a true binational region in which both cities have much to
win.
The timing for Mayor Filner could not be more
perfect. He will find Tijuana’s present leadership to be dynamic and progressive. Headed by
Mayor Carlos Bustamante, a multi-generation
Tijuanense highly successful business and community involved family, who has surrounded himself with competent leaders such as Miguel
Velasco Bustamante as the city’s Economic
Development Secretary, past president of the
EDC and Industrial Parks Association, plus the
former Federal regional representative of the Patrick Osio is the Editor of Hispanic
Department of Commerce; David Navarro as Vista.com. Contact at [email protected]
Republicans never really understood
the Hispanic voter
By Jerome Orlando Torres
political power at the state and local level is happening. This certitude stems from the reality that,
not since the founding of our State, Latino children now comprise the numerical majority in
California’s public schools. For a look into the
future, one needs to look no further than New
Mexico where 47% of the total population is
Latino. Today, the Governor and Lt. Governor
as well as 41% of the legislature are Latino –
both as Democrats and Republicans. In one or
two generations, the same will be said of Texas,
Colorado, Nevada, Arizona and Florida. Yes, it
will even be realized in San Diego County. The
ranks of Latinos eligible to vote are growing
unabated. This is a terrifying thought for many
fearful of the implications. No vested interest
gives up political power freely.
So, what do we do now?
At the national level, we must seize the moment and ensure Republicans and Democrats
enact comprehensive immigration reform. This
includes a pathway toward full citizenship for
the millions of undocumented Latinos who have
and continue to positively contribute to our society.
In California, with the passage of Proposition 30, we must ensure that real education reform takes place that addresses the academic
needs of Latino children.
In San Diego, we must hold Mayor-elect
Filner to his word that he will focus on neighborhoods and not on downtown business interests. We must also ensure Mayor Filner provides Latinos a seat at the table when it comes
to developing policies that benefit the neighborhoods within which we live.
In Chula Vista and Escondido, we must be
fully engaged to ensure that City Council districts are created fairly to promote Latino empowerment. With the passage of Proposition B,
a framework has been created in Chula Vista.
With the defeat of the City Charter Amendment in Escondido, the struggle continues so
long as Mayor Abed and his majority are in
office thereby guaranteeing further litigation
and acrimony. We just have to be patient and
relentless. Our time will come.
November 6, 2012, will long be remembered
as a cathartic moment for the American Latino.
Incensed by the verbal assault directed at Latino
immigrants by the Republican Party and its Tea
Party ideologues during the presidential campaign as well as the legislative assault in Statehouses throughout the South, we used our best
weapon in response: our vote. In one synchronized voice, El Grito (or shout-out) reverberated
across the American political landscape.
After losing 71% of the Latino vote, resulting in pivotal loses in the swing states of Nevada, Florida and Colorado, Republicans were
deprived of the White House. Joining the coalition of Democratic voters, Latinos helped prevent Republicans from control of the U.S. Senate and weakened their political strength in the
U.S. House of Representatives. In the aftermath, so-called political pundits have suddenly
had an epiphany: America is undergoing a fundamental demographic change and Latinos are
the primary force.
Chastened by the prospect of further political defeats in 2014 and 2016, Republicans in
Congress and elsewhere are feigning contrition. They never understood, for Latinos, the
primary issue wasn’t the economy, jobs, abortion, or family values. It was about respect.
Provide that first. Then, we’ll listen to your
party platform – maybe.
Locally, the Latino vote was instrumental in
providing Bob Filner victory in the Mayor’s race.
DiMaio never had a chance with Latino voters. He can thank his friend and mentor, former
Governor Pete Wilson for that. Ever since
Proposition 187, the California Republican Party
has been dying a slow death. It has been reduced to permanent minority status and potential irrelevancy. The time will come when the
Arizona Republican Party will suffer the same
fate at the hands of Governor Brewer. Why?
It’s called critical mass. Numbers count. It is
no coincidence 28 Latinos were elected to the
113th Class of the U.S. House of Representatives, the most ever. Or that the California Legislature has 23 Latinos among its ranks.
In California, the inevitable ascension of Latino Jerome Torres is a resident of San Diego.
Juan Vargas’ seat is open now that he is
replacing Bob Filner in Congress which will
cause all kinds of political fallout. Hueso
runs for Vargas state senate seat, Steve
Castañeda and Lorena Gonzalez run for
Hueso’s Assembly seat… we shall see. All
we know is that the political season is not yet
over…
Mayor-elect Bob Filner won because
of the Hispanic vote… Now we will see
if he includes a Hispanic, one Hispanic,
in his kitchen cabinet… not some
glorified position but a position of
importance…
So far Filner has selected Vince Hall
as chief of staff and Donna Frye to
something called director of open
government (shouldn’t government already
be open???) and he has keep on his chief
of police, chief of the fire department, the
chief operating office… so far no
Hispanics….
Soak City in Chula Vista will soon
become Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark,
does that mean they will start selling beer
there??? SeaWorld parks were owned by
Anheuser Busch which is now owned by
some German beer company… our beer
company got outsourced???? Anyway,
maybe now, that park will start making some
money for Chula Vista.
Mayor Sanders is spending his last few
days in office making the rounds, sort of a
victory lap for doing a good job. Don’t know
if he did a good job or not, but we won’t
forget the time he went on air and praised
the minute men for going out into the fields
The 4th council seat will be vacant come
Dec. 31 when Tony Young steps down for a and canyons and rousting the workers camp
better paying job, just goes to show politicians sites, trashing them trying to run them out…
qué lástima! That and the San Ysidro
don’t see this as serving the community but
as a job, in most cases the only job they can massacre we will never forget…. don’t care if
he did a good job as mayor or not, everyday
get that pays that much, with all those
we see his face it just reminds us…
benefits…
The 4th district became a little more
solidified when they redrew the districts and
carved out some of the more prominent
Hispanic areas of the district making it more
favorable for the Black community. So far
Myrtle Cole of the UDW - The Homecare
Providers Union and Brian Pollard a small
business owner and one time candidate for
the same seat have announced their
candidacy.
Sanders will soon be the CEO of the
regional chamber, which explains why
Ruben Barrales quit or asked to leave.
Sanders is going to be making some big
bucks, what with his retirement pay from
being chief of police, retirement pay from
being mayor, and now his salary as CEO of
the chamber, Barrales made over $300,000
per year… talk about pulling down some
change…
LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO
NOVEMBER 30, 2012
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Commentary/Opinion Page
Control Your Space: It is the message not Reforma Migratoria: ¿a la tercera va
the wrapping paper
la vencida?
By Rodolfo F. Acuña
I am often asked what ideology I favor, and
what tactics should Chicanas/os use to achieve
equality. If I were living in the 19th Century I
would take the question seriously. However,
while this kind of conjecture is interesting, let’s
face it, we live in another age. Ideologies are
ideas to explain the mess we live in. Since I
have a tremendous respect for the sages of the
19th century, I would not pretend to add to what
they wrote; they are as relevant today as they
were then.
Add to them the descriptions of Charles
Dickens in Oliver Twist of the street children
in 1830s London, a phenomenon brought about
by the Industrial Revolution. It seems pretty
clear that the chaos Dickens and the sages
sought to explain and prescribe a cure for was
good old greed – even Gordon Gekko would
recognize that.
Greed is nothing new. People have known
that usury is wrong for thousands of years. The
ancient Hindus and Buddhists said it was as
did the ancient Greeks that condemned practice as did the Hebrews and the Prophet
Mohammed. The Catholic Church recognized
the dangers of banking and loaning money at
excessive interest. Usury was against the Natural Law, you could go to hell for it until the
Church decided that it was a mortal sin unless
the Catholic Church loaned the money, which
was then done in the name of God. The only
other exceptions were Jews who the Church
fathers decided were going to hell anyway. At
the same time, greed made it okay for the
Church to sell tickets out of purgatory in form
of indulgences.
Although greed is still viewed as wrong the
world is a much more complex and people rationalize it. People stake out beliefs, and justify
their greed through appeals to a higher authority. They say that God gave them that right to
be greedy. God is the final arbiter. Thus God
gave nations land, like “he”, it is always “he”,
is a real estate broker. God thus gives the individual level the right to ignore that other people’s
children work in sweatshops to make toys to
give them to your children at a low price.
Aside from witnessing life, my ideas have
been formed from a variety of sources. As mentioned the sages and my religious upbringing
exposed me to ideas such as usury. From the
scholastics I learned that if something is true
then something that contradicts it cannot be true.
It is just simple logic.
Contemporary readings inform me daily. For
instance, I always enjoyed the cartoonist/
playwrite Jules Feiffer. I am a huge fan of his
1960s satirical play “Little Murderers.” It is
about Alfred, a onetime successful photographer, who has decided to eliminate people from
his photographs and just film objects. Under
trying circumstances he meets Patsy. Alfred is
getting beaten up and mugged but he refuses
to fight back. Patsy sees this and intervenes
and the muggers turn on her and beat her. Alfred
just walks away and does not lift a finger to
help her. She breaks away and confronts Alfred
who scolds her, why did she intervene? They
would have stopped when they got tired of hitting him.
Patsy sees this as a challenge. She wants to
remake him into an assertive man who will protect her, and decides to marry Alfred. She takes
Alfred home to meet her family who want him
to be successful. Alfred loves Patsy, but he rejects her family’s idea that for him to be successful and his life to have meaning he has to
return to photographing people. Alfred gets
angry and says his photographs would have just
as much meaning if filmed excrement.
For Alfred the world is senseless, and he cannot feel passionate about the senseless urban
and world violence, the senseless killings, prejudices and dysfunctional families. Alfred is contemptuous of society.
Although some have tried to draw parallels
between Alfred and Albert Camus’ “The Myth
of Sisyphus;” they are quite different.
Camus’ “The Myth of Sisyphus” is about “the
absurd.” It is about Sisyphus who is condemned
for eternity to roll a rock up a hill only to make
no progress and have the rock roll back on him.
Camus sees a conflict between what we want
from life and the reality (chaos). Thus we can
never know the meaning of life unless we make
a leap of faith and place hopes in a God. We
are left with the option of placing our faith in
God or committing suicide. We either accept
our fate and live in a meaningless world or give
up. The conclusion that life is meaningless necessarily leads us to commit suicide. It can be
argued that Sisyphus has resigned himself to
uselessness, and the fact that the gods are punishing you. You accept your fate and you keep
going.
Gordon Gekko is a creature of greed. He
says, “The point is, ladies and gentleman, that
greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed
is right, greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts
through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its forms; greed
for life, for money, for love, knowledge has
marked the upward surge of mankind…”
When Gekko in Wall Street II gets out of jail
he says, “Someone reminded me I once said
“Greed is good. Now it seems it’s legal. Because everyone is drinking the same Kool Aid.”
The positivists with their laissez faire philosophy would have been proud of Gekko; the other
materialists would have seen him as the root
of the chaos.
I naturally side with the others – it is greed
that causes inequality and ignorance. Take Arizona. I have found all three models there:
Alfred, Sisyphus and Gekko, although most of
the latter are wannabe Gordon Gekkos.
In Arizona I saw many members of the
Mexican American community react like
Alfred who is just tired of the chaos and drops
out of society. For them nothing is going to
change, some went to the service, returned and
still there is street violence, racism and a lack
of opportunity. Why fight it?
Others like Sisyphus choose to place their
faith in another world and keep rolling that rock
up the hill and accept its rolling back on them
as their fate. They buy their lottery tickets and
look forward to an afterlife.
In Arizona there are very few Gordon
Gekkos just a lot of wannabes. The real Gekkos
include ALEC, the American Legislative Exchange Council, and the Koch Brothers who
are devoid of any scruples. They don’t care
about right or wrong as long as they make a
profit. They know Mexicans are not the problem but they demonize them anyway to make
a profit. In this way, they can elect their puppets, fill their prisons, their charter schools, have
liberal gun laws, sell arms to cartels, launder
money from their illicit profits and pay low or
no taxes.
They know that Mexicans are not a problem
but to make a profit and get their puppets elected
people have to fear them. Thus they say that
the body snatchers are taking their land. To fill
up the prisons and reap hundreds of millions
they target them and round them up like cattle.
To steal public land and control Mexicans they
have to keep them uneducated.
Cadres of wannabe Gekkos toe the line. John
Pedicone in Tucson – previously a school superintendent at a tiny school district parlayed
three years as a superintendent there to take
over the medium sized Tucson Unified School
District at over $300,000 a year. Mark
Stegeman, a failed economics professor who
would have a hard time getting tenure at a
California Community College heads up the
board of education. They are willing accomplices.
A great pretender is state Superintendent of
Schools John Huppenthal whose claim to fame
is that he authored 200 bills that supposedly
improved Arizona Education. However, Arizona ranks near last in education nationally fighting it out with Mississippi for the worse. The
other is Tom Horne, a failed lawyer who went
bankrupt in 1970, and received a lifetime trading ban from the Securities and Exchange Commission. Both these losers resurrected their
careers by race baiting Mexicans, joining the
long line of wannabes.
It is easy to recognize the source of the chaos
in Arizona. It is going to take an awful lot more
to bring it under control. But I believe that everyone has the right to live life to its fullest and
to do this you have to control your space.
How do you do it? Part of the reason why I
am on Facebook is to encourage young people
to read about the chaos around them and express ideas — to define reality. The only way
this can be done is by knowing the truth and
defining. That is why I encourage students to
write.
Anyone can write. I got a C in Freshman
English at Loyola University. Well, everyone
got a C.
Frank Sullivan was probably the best teacher
I ever had. He told us that C is average and
everyone is average so unless you really
messed up you wouldn’t fail. But to do better
you really had to do extraordinary work for an
A.
Never called roll class and his classes were
always full. The Jesuits protected him from
McCarthy Hearings, Sullivan was a socialist.
I am convinced that we have to write and
write and write about what is happening in
Tucson.
Spread the message; forget about the colons, the semi-colons, and punctuation that will
come with practice. Just write, everyone is a
potential Gabriel Garcia Marquez. We have to
document our struggle and the mendacity of
people that want to condemn us to the ovens
of ignorance.
Remember it is the message, not the paper
that it is wrapped in, that is important.
WASHINGTON – Con la visita del presidente
electo de México, Enrique Peña Nieto, a la
capital estadounidense esta semana, son tres
los dignatarios que ha tenido el vecino país en
los pasados doce años sin que se haya
concretado la esquiva reforma migratoria. Y
en cierta forma, la visita marca tres diferentes
etapas en los esfuerzos de impulsar esa reforma.
La visita de Peña Nieto se produce tras una
contienda presidencial en Estados Unidos que
dejó más que claro el poder de los votantes
hispanos en decidir elecciones y cómo el
manejo que den los políticos al tema migratorio
los define entre los electores latinos.
Los resultados de esa elección constituyen
un mandato para que el presidente Barack
Obama impulse esa reforma e invierta capital
político en el proceso, una inversión a corto y a
largo plazo que supondrá réditos para los
demócratas.
Para los republicanos se trató de la más clara
confirmación de que sin el voto hispano no
pueden llegar a la Casa Blanca y por su propia
supervivencia política deben negociar con los
demócratas el asunto que por años han
explotado para mantener a su base ultraconservadora ignorando los cambios
demográficos producidos bajo sus propias
narices que no sólo se manifiestan con más
hispanos en sus pueblos y ciudades sino,
eventualmente, con más poder en las urnas.
Esta coyuntura de la visita de Peña Nieto es
quizá la más favorable para esa reforma
migratoria a nivel político en Estados Unidos.
En el 2001, cuando el panista Vicente Fox
visitó Washington, todos creímos que se habían
alineado los planetas en favor de la reforma
migratoria. La Casa Blanca era ocupada por
George W. Bush tras una polémica elección,
pero W. cuando menos no cambió su apoyo a
esa reforma ni cuando buscó la nominación, ni
como candidato republicano en la general, ni
como presidente, aún a expensas de la
oposición del ala más derechista de su partido.
Pero los ataques terroristas del 11 de septiembre
de 2001 sepultaron la reforma migratoria. Si
bien W. Bush invirtió capital político en su
segundo período, el vínculo del terrorismo con
la inmigración fue explotado por la oposición a
la reforma migratoria y eso sumado a los dimes
y diretes sobre los detalles de dicha reforma,
impidieron progreso en ese frente. Lo único
que avanzó fueron medidas policiacas y políticas
de colaboración migratoria entre el gobierno
federal y los estados cuyos efectos siguen
reverberando entre la comunidad inmigrante.
Se dieron los primeros pasos para el clima
tóxico que ha caracterizado el debate migratorio
y que fue génesis de todas las leyes estatales
antiinmigrantes que proliferaron a través del
país.
Fue en medio de ese ambiente tóxico que
fue electo otro panista, Felipe Calderón, cuyas
visitas a Washington, particularmente su visita
de Estado en el 2010, sólo constituyeron
eventos sociales porque en materia migratoria,
específicamente sobre la reforma, había poco
que decir.
Más bien el asunto migratorio se vio desde el
prisma del combate al narcotráfico que marcó
la presidencia de Calderón y la relación bilateral entre México y Estados Unidos.
Es decir, bajo la presidencia de Fox la excusa
de los anti reforma fue tildar de terroristas a
todos los inmigrantes, aunque quienes
perpetraron los ataques ingresaran legalmente
a Estados Unidos; y bajo Calderón, la estrategia
fue tildar a los inmigrantes de narcotraficantes
y de hecho, este argumento se usó para atraer
apoyo a leyes estatales antiinmigrantes como
la SB 1070 de Arizona.
Dos años después de la elección de Calderón,
en 2008, fue elegido Obama con la promesa de
revivir esas pláticas migratorias. Ya lo ocurrido
es historia.
Obama permanecerá en la Casa Blanca un
segundo periodo con una renovada promesa
de apechar el tema migratorio y con un Partido
Republicano en el Congreso que está dando
señales de aparentemente querer negociar la
reforma que representaría más beneficios de
los actuales para ambos países.
Después de todo, la única constante de los
pasados doce años ha sido la población
indocumentada en Estados Unidos, mayormente de México, que ofrece mano de obra
barata en Estados Unidos y remesas para
México, pero sigue sumida en las sombras sin
derechos y vulnerables a la explotación.
Peña Nieto esta semana hará alusión a los
paisanos que tuvieron que salir de su país por
falta de oportunidades, y Obama alabará la
estrecha relación comercial y cultural que une
a los dos países.
Una relación marcada por los millones de
indocumentados que impulsan en gran medida
las economías de ambos países, con su trabajo
acá y sus remesas allá, y que esperan que este
tercer intento de impulsar la reforma migratoria
en Estados Unidos sea finalmente la vencida.
Maribel Hastings es asesora ejecutiva de
America’s Voice
¡ASK A MEXICAN!
conscious hipsters
want that?
I was with some
Dear Mexican: In President Bush’s
cousins
for a week
State of the Union address, he reiterated
in
Lindsay,
a major
a need for a guest worker program.
orange-picking
city
What is your opinion of such a program?
in
Central
The program seems like mierda that
California. They
screws people over in the long run to
own a mini-market
me, but what do I know.
Una Guerita Por Un Mundo Sin Muros :- and I’d go and help
) them everyday and got to know some
customers. Many of the Mexican
customers would come in and yell
Dear Gabachita for a World Without
Agooshtoo or wey to me and my cousins,
Border Walls: Sorry I’m answering your
and we’d yell it back and they would
questionwhat, five years later? ¿Siete? But
smile and get their beer. When they
the sad part about my laziness is that the
would leave they would say a rato and
question remains relevant, and what
we’d yell it back. I asked my cousins but
Republicans once dismissed as Aztlanista
claptrap from the mouth of Dubya (who will they didn’t really know much except that
the first two were probably curse words.
remain the best GOP friend to Mexis we’ll
Any help?
ever havemark my palabras) is now the
GABACHO FROM GILROY
gospel they’re preaching after the disaster
that was their outreach efforts to Latinos
Dear Gabacho: Wey is easy they’re
during the 2012 presidential election. It’s
saying
güey, which as I wrote so long ago, in
been absolutamente HILARIOUS to see
one
of
the
first ¡Ask a Mexican! columns, is
Republicans wake up and smell the tacos
the
ass
of
Mexican
Spanish, even though it
over a decade after Latinos became a
derives
from
the
word
for ox. But it’s not a
political force, to see them lamely prop up
fighting
word,
and
you
and your primos
Florida Senator Marco Rubio as a
should
be
honoredMexi
men use güey as a
presidential candidate (the only position he’s
form
of
endearment
among
each other, ala
worthy of is being Secretary of Coños), to
the
American
English
fucker
and man. If
see gabacho pundits ask themselves what
they
really
wanted
to
insult
you,
they’d call
Latino voters want without having a Latino
you
puto,
pendejo,
baboso,
orbetter
on their panels or asking said voters, andmost
yetpinche puto pendejo baboso. Agooshtoo
laughablythe idea of resurrecting the guestworker program. Conservatives love the idea sounds like a gusto (to be at ease), but it
very well could be an indigenous language
of having Mexicans work cheaply but not
being able to become citizens, but it’s an idea like Mixtec or Triqui, since the Central Valley
is home to tens of thousands of folks from
that’ll fail as badly as it did the first time
Oaxaca. A rato is the elided form of al rato,
around, from the 1940s until the 1960s. For
the last time, America: Mexicans are not just which means laterin this case, they’re telling
workers; they’re humans who’ll notice living ustedes güeyes that they’ll be back in a bit
for more beer. Now that I answered your
conditions better here and will want to stay
pregunta, do me a favor and leave some
herehow ‘ya gonna keep ‘em down on the
cerveza on credit for my güeyes so they can
rancho after they’ve seen Paree? A border
be
agusto, por favor!
fence? P-shaw. And while it’s true some
Mexicans might want to only work here and
go back to Mexico, demographics and history Ask the Mexican Ask the Mexican at [email protected]
show otherwise. Immigration reform without askamexican.net, be his fan on Facebook, follow him on
some sort of amnesty is like a burrito without Twitter @gustavoarellano or ask him a video question
the tortillaand who the fuck besides calorieat youtube.com/askamexicano!
By Gustavo Arellano
PAGE 8
With th clock ticking on Turner,
time to look to the future
By Burt
Grossman
NOVEMBER 30, 2012
times tend to hinder a coach of Cowher’s style.
Brian Billick- This is a no shot, but I had to
include Billick because everyone does on these
lists.
Scenario two- AJ miraculously keeps his job
as GM. This will seriously handicap the Chargers attempts to lure the best candidate to town.
So where and who would that leave us with?
People will float Chip Kelly at Oregon as well
as Brian Kelly at Notre Dame, neither would
take the job or more accurately leave their current jobs for this job or situation. So who would
come here under AJ and still THINK they could
be successful?
Jim Mora Jr, UCLA-I like Jim and think
the biggest knock on him is that he wears his
emotions on his sleeve. That’s probably exactly
what the Chargers need. Similar to UCLA, the
Chargers are seen as a talented but soft team
with no ability to deliver knock out punches or
finish an opponent. Mora seems to have
changed that attitude at UCLA in a short
amount of time similar to what Jim Harbaugh
has done at Stanford and the 49ers.
Mike Zimmer, Bengals Defensive Coordinator- We will get a chance to see Zimmer at
work this week when the Chargers face the
Bengals. Actually with the blackout, we will
get to hear it on the radio but not actually see
it. But there is a lot of buzz about Zimmer and
he shares what every coach on this list does –
an intense competitive fire that is contagious.
Rob Ryan, Dallas Cowboys Defensive Coordinator- Ryan would probably already be a
Head Coach if he didn’t look like Lou Albano
or some mess that stumbled out of a biker bar.
He hasn’t gotten the memo that the NFL is a
billion dollar image machine and that his look
while fine for the Raiders of the 1970’s and
1980’s is frowned upon now- a- days. That’s
sad because he is a great coordinator and
maybe that’s the position where he should stay.
Norv Turner was a great offensive coordinator in Dallas also but has been a complete failure as Head Coach of the Redskins-Raiders
and Chargers since.
My pick is obvious- Jon Gruden - from scenario one as well as overall. But let’s say we
are stuck with AJ and scenario two. The choice
then would be Jim Mora. Sadly if AJ is still
here, I would advise that if you are a hard core
Charger fan, you may prefer scenario three Doomsday December and the end of the
Mayan long calendar December 21.
Now that it’s
official, aside
from the “mathematically we
are still alive
crowd” let’s
look at the candidates out
there that will
be in the hunt to
replace Norv
Turner.
This will be
an interesting
story simply for
the fact that
there will be two pools of candidates depending
on the status of AJ Smith.
The first group will be comprised of proven
winners that have switched from the sidelines
to the broadcast booth. These guys are proven
winners but also would be considered control
freaks. No one of this first group would even
slightly consider taking the job unless AJ Smith
was gone and they were given complete control of their own destiny. Believe me there is
no established winner out there that would ever
sign on with the Chargers while AJ is still calling the shots – that would be the quickest way
to becoming an established loser. So let’s assume AJ is also shown the door. Here are the
names you will hear floated as the new Charger
Czar (Coach/General Manager).
Jon Gruden- I would say this would be the
best fit. Gruden is young and energetic (49 years
old). He has won everywhere he has been, and
players like and respect his style. More importantly the dead lifelessness proceeded by panic
on the sidelines will be gone under Gruden. He
has a competitive nature and style similar to
Rivers, and I believe it would become contagious. Does Gruden want to return to coaching, and could he get out of his five year Monday Night Football deal? Stayed tuned.
Bill Cowher- Cowher is similar to Gruden
except I believe Gruden wants to return, and
Cowher does not. Many think the game has
passed him by after seven years. With the new
CBA, the players, and their Union signed this Grossman is a former No. 1 draft pick of
year that may just be true. One day a week in the Chargers in 1989, playing five
pads, mandatory off days and limited meeting seasons with the team.
Latinos: Be careful
what you wish for
(con’t from page 1)
tives, a net gain of four in an institution that
has little support or respect from the public. It
has been phenomenally dysfunctional during
times when it needed to be at its best.
Few of the newly elected Latino members
have spoken yet about how they would help
change these serious structural problems in
Congress. Their campaigns were standard fare
as campaigns go. In other words, they were
not campaigns of new ideas, vision and specifics. With the exception of the Texas U.S.
Senate race, most of these campaigns hit Republican incumbents hard or criticized the Republican position and philosophy. The campaigns were not about competing ideas, solutions or philosophies. The Texas race hardly
addressed any of the main issues of concern
to Latinos or the fact that the Republican and
Democratic strategies had excluded the reality of Latinos that “one size does not fit all.”
Before the ink was dry on President
Obama’s victory speech, the liberal left in D.C.
was orchestrating Latino immigrant groups to
call out the president to move on immigration
now that Latinos had “elected him.” This is so
very disconcerting. Once again rather than initiate, we demand, we complain, we request we react. Rather than propose our version of
what should be done on the issues of the day,
we demand payment.
This history-making contingency of Latino
members of Congress should begin a serious
and inclusive dialogue within our own large and
complex Latino community on the economic
issues that have historically hamstrung our future. Since we argue that the political establishment does not take such interest, our Latino
politicos should demonstrate how to do it. While
we are at it, we should include the issues of
education, health and crime in our communities.
We should not allow Senators Chuck
Schumer and Lindsay Graham to lead the way
on immigration reform legislation. They are not
solution-driven, they are elements of appeasement! Both members are very far removed
from the realities that are necessary to reach
reasonable and practical solutions. We cannot
afford to approach this challenge from an ideological or political angle.
It is imperative that Latinos lead this debate
with ideas that solve the human suffering, dilemmas and conflicts, unintended consequences that undocumented flows from various countries to the United States cause in this
nation as well as in the countries of origin.
Since we have bitterly pointed out the poor leadership this issue has received from both parties,
since we have long been troubled by the separation of families, abuse of workers and discriminatory treatment of immigrants, we must
set the standard for approaching this complex
issue and not forget that it impacts all of society
in one form or another. We cannot be myopic!
We should be proud of what everyday Latinos
and Latinas did this month. We all participated
in a process that can lead to change. We must
not lose sight of the fact that this is simply the
first step followed by the responsibility to govern. The hard part is making things happen, bringing about the policies that benefit a nation, not
one group. Remember the saying, “Be careful
what you wish for!”
Our wish has come true and we better perform a lot better than those we have been criticizing for decades.
Sacramento-based public policy consultant
Arnoldo Torres served as the national executive director of the League of United Latin
American Citizens (LULAC) in D.C. from
1979 to 1985. He testified more than 100
times on immigration legislation and wrote
several provisions of the 1986 reform bill
signed by President Ronald Reagan. He has
served as an expert on Latino issues for
Univisión network over the last 12 years.
Reach him at [email protected]
Nightly Snowfall is San
Diego Holiday Tradition
The FREE nightly snowfalls from December 1 through Christmas Eve is a must-visit
holiday tradition at Village Walk at EastLake,
located at the intersection of EastLake Parkway and Miller Drive in Chula Vista. The
Eastlake High School Show Choir will perform
on Saturday, December 1 at 5:30 p.m. just before the first snowfall of the season, and
again before the second snowfall. Children
will receive free Santa helper headbands and
“magic” glasses to watch the snow fall in rainbow colors.
Each December the courtyard near the koi
pond at the outdoor shopping village is transformed into a winter wonderland which brings
people from throughout southern California to
experience the magical snowfalls at 6 p.m. and
7 p.m. with choreographed music and dazzling
lights. Between the nightly snowfalls, community caroling groups sing holiday favorites as
they stroll through Village Walk at EastLake.
December 1-24 Caroling Festival: Scout
Troops, school and church groups will entertain shoppers at Village Walk at EastLake during the holiday season. The groups will walk
through the center to sing favorite Christmas carols between the nightly snowfalls.
LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO
Aztec Football Accepts Invitation to San Diego
County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl
The San Diego State football team has accepted an invitation to play Brigham Young in
the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia
Bowl on Thursday, Dec. 20 at Qualcomm Stadium and will be televised on ESPN.
The Aztecs defeated Wyoming, 42-28, on Saturday for their seventh consecutive victory to
improve to 9-3 on the season and 7-1 in Mountain West play. The win gave SDSU a share of
the MW title, its 19th overall and first since 1998.
The seven straight wins is the fifth-longest streak
in the country.
“We are honored to be selected to participate
in the 2012 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl,” San Diego State head coach Rocky
Long said. “The Poinsettia Bowl is one of the
best events I have ever been involved with and
it will be a tremendous experience for our student-athletes. Best of all, we will have the opportunity to play in front of our fans and that will
make for a great atmosphere on Dec. 20.”
This will be the 36th meeting between the
Aztecs and the Cougars (7-5) and first since
BYU’s final season in the Mountain West in
2010. SDSU has lost five straight in the series,
which Brigham Young leads, 27-7-1.
San Diego State and the Cougars have played
three common opponents this season in Boise
State, Hawai’i and San Jose State. The Aztecs were 2-1 in those games (won at BSU,
21-19, and vs. Hawai’i, 52-14; lost to SJSU,
38-34), while BYU was 1-2 (won vs. Hawai’i,
47-0; lost at BSU, 7-6, and at SJSU, 20-14).
The Poinsettia Bowl began in 2005, when
Navy defeated Colorado State, 51-30. SDSU
made its debut in the bowl in 2010 against Navy,
where it played in front of a Poinsettia Bowl
record crowd of 48,049. San Diego State’s 6.8
rushing yards per carry tied a bowl record, while
Ronnie Hillman (attempts - 28 and rushing
yards - 228) and Vincent Brown (receiving
yards - 165) each set individual records.
Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets
through SDSU as it will benefit Aztec athletics.
LEGALS * 619-425-7400 * CLASSIFIEDS
REQUESTING BIDS
REQUESTING BIDS
INVITATION FOR BID
SDHC is soliciting bids from general engineering contractors with a class “A” license for IFB#CI-13-05 Remove and
Replace Asphaltic Concrete Parking Lot. Interested and
qualified contractors, including small businesses, minority,
women and disabled veteran owned businesses, are invited to
submit a bid. The solicitation packet with complete instructions
is available for download at www.demandstar.com. If you do
not have a username and password for the Onvia DemandStar
website, please register at www.demandstar.com/register.rsp
and select the Free Agency Option.
A pre-bid conference will be held on Tuesday, December 11,
2012, at 10:00 a.m. at the SDHC office below. A site visit will
immediately follow the pre-bid conference. Sealed bids will be
received until Thursday, December 27, 2012, at 2:00 p.m.
(PST) at the SDHC office below.
SAN DIEGO HOUSING COMMISSION
ATTN: GREG WELLONG
1122 Broadway, Ste. 300, San Diego, CA 92101
Telephone No.: (619) 578-7571
Published: 11/30/2012
La Prensa San Diego
INVITATION FOR BID
SDHC is soliciting bids from qualified general contractors with
a Class “B-1” license for Project No. CI-13-06 Mariner’s Village Voluntary Accessibility Upgrades. Interested and qualified contractors, including small businesses, minority, women
and disabled veteran owned businesses, are invited to submit
a bid. The IFB packet with complete instructions is available
for download at www.demandstar.com. If you do not have a
username/password for the Onvia DemandStar website, please
register at www.demandstar.com/register.rsp and select the Free
Agency Option.
A pre-bid conference will be held on Wednesday, December
5, 2012, at 10:00a.m. (PST) at the SDHC office below. A site
visit will immediately follow the pre-bid conference. Sealed bids
must be received by Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 2:00p.m.
(PST) at the SDHC office below.
San Diego Housing Commission
Attn:Greg Wellong, 619.578.7571
1122 Broadway, Ste 300, San Diego, CA 92101
Published: Nov 30/2012
La Prensa San Diego
REQUESTING
PROPOSALS
REQUESTING
PROPOSALS
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
SDHC is soliciting proposals for Quality Assurance Services.
Interested and qualified firms, including disadvantaged and
women owned small businesses, are invited to submit a proposal. The solicitation packet with complete instructions is
available for download at www.demandstar.com. If you do
not have a user name or password for the Onvia DemandStar
website, please register at www.demandstar.com/register.rsp
and select the FREE AGENCY option.
A pre-proposal conference will be held on Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 10:00 AM (PST) at the SDHC office below.
Sealed proposals marked “Quality Assurance Services
(RFP#: RAP-13-03) Proposal Documents — Do Not Open”
will be received on or before Friday, January 4, 2013 at 4:00
PM (PST).
San Diego Housing Commission
1122 Broadway, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101
Contact: Ena Walters (619) 578-7572, [email protected]
Published: Nov. 30, 2012
La Prensa San Diego
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
FOR
ARMORED TRANSPORT
SERVICES
The San Diego Metropolitan
Transit System (MTS) is accepting
proposals under a negotiated
procurement
process
for
ARMORED
TRANSPORT
SERVICES for the San Diego
Trolley, Inc. (SDTI), San Diego
Transit Corporation (SDTC), and
the Metropolitan Transit System
(MTS), for up to a 7-year period.
Proposal documents will be
available on or about December
7, 2012 from:
Diana Singleton
MTS Procurement Department
1255 Imperial Ave, Suite 1000
San Diego, CA 92101
Telephone: (619) 557-4551
Facsimile (619) 696-7084
Email:
[email protected]
A Pre-Proposal Meeting will be
held on December 19, 2012, at
9:30 a.m., prevailing local time at,
MTS, 1255 Imperial Ave., Ste.
1000, San Diego, CA 92101.
Proposals will be due on February
13, 2013 by 4:00 p.m., prevailing
local time, unless otherwise
amended, at MTS, 1255 Imperial
Ave., Ste. 1000, San Diego, CA
92101. Proposals received after
that time or at any other place
other than the place stated herein
will not be considered.
MTS hereby notifies all proposers
that in regard to any contract
entered into pursuant to this
advertisement;
Disadvantaged
Business Enterprises (as defined
in 49 CFR Part 26) will not be
subject to discrimination on the
basis of race, color, sex or national
origin in consideration for an
award.
MTS reserves the right to reject
any and all proposals and to readvertise for proposals.
11/30/12
CNS-2412135#
LA PRENSA
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
FOR
CNG FUELING FACILITIES
INSTALLATION OPERATION
AND MAINTENANCE
AGREEMENT
The San Diego Metropolitan
Transit System (MTS) will be
accepting Proposals under a
competitively
negotiated
procurement for CNG Fueling
Facilities
Installation,
and
Operation
and
Maintenance
Agreement
for
San
Diego
Metropolitan
Transit
System
(MTS).
The full Request for Proposal
documents will be available on or
about November 28, 2012 from:
Marco Yniguez
MTS Procurement Department
1255 Imperial Ave, Suite 1000
San Diego, CA 92101
Telephone: (619) 557-4576
Facsimile (619) 696-7084
Email:
[email protected]
A Pre-Proposal Meeting will be
held on December 10, 2012 at
10:00 a.m., prevailing local time at,
MTS, 1255 Imperial Ave., Ste.
1000, San Diego, CA 92101.
Proposals will be due on January
10, 2013 by 4:00 p.m., prevailing
local time, unless otherwise
amended, at MTS, 1255 Imperial
Ave., Ste. 1000, San Diego, CA
92101. Proposals received after
that time or at any other place
other than the place stated herein
will not be considered.
MTS hereby notifies all proposers
that in regard to any contract
entered into pursuant to this
advertisement;
Disadvantaged
Business Enterprises (as defined
in 49 CFR Part 26) will not be
subject to discrimination on the
basis of race, color, sex or national
origin in consideration for an
award.
MTS reserves the right to reject
any and all proposals and to readvertise for proposals.
11/30/12
CNS-2412267#
LA PRENSA
REQUESTING BIDS
CHANGE OF NAME
The County of San Diego,
Owner, invites sealed bids for
GROVE STREET PHASE 2
SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS;
ORACLE PROJECT NO.
1016101; BID No. 5835
Sealed bids will be received at
the Office of Purchasing and
Contracting, 5560 Overland Avenue, Suite 270, San Diego,
California, 92123-1294, until
2:00 p.m. on December 27,
2012 at which time they will be
publicly opened and read aloud.
Contract documents including
Plans, Specifications and Bid
Forms are available for download at the County Buynet site:
h
t
t
p
:
/
/
buynets.sdcounty.ca.gov. You
must be registered at the site in
order to download documents.
The Contractor shall possess,
at the time of submitting the bid,
a California contractor’s license,
Classification A, General Engineering Contractor, or Classification C-12, Earthwork and Paving Contractor. The cost of construction is estimated to be from
$85,000 to $95,000. Bid security of no less than 10% required
at time of bid. Successful bidder shall provide Payment and
Performance Bonds for 100% of
the contract amount. Prevailing
Wage rates apply. The Owner,
as a matter of policy, encourages the Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE) participation for this project. For complete bid information, go to
County of San Diego Purchasing and Contracting website at
http://buynet.sdcounty.ca.gov.
For questions, please contact
PCO,
Hugo
Mora
at
[email protected] sdcounty.ca.gov.
Published: Nov. 30, Dec. 7/2012
La Prensa San Diego
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANGE OF NAME
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
(CCP 1277)
CASE NUMBER:
37-2012-00079480-CU-PT-CTL
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner: RAMANE ERICH HUGGINS,
filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows:
RAMANE ERICH HUGGINS to
RAMANE ERICH RESILIRE
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be
granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above
must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at
least two court days before the matter is
scheduled to be heard and must appear
at the hearing to show cause why the
petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court
may grant the petition without a hearing.
NOTICE OF HEARING
Date: 12-7-12. Time: 8:15 a.m. Dept.: 46.
The address of the court is Superior
Court of California, County of San Diego,
330 W. Broadway, San Diego, CA
92101, Central Division, County Courthouse
A Copy of this Order to Show Cause
shall be published at least once each
week for four successive weeks prior to
the date set for hearing on the petition
in the following newspaper of general
circulation printed in this county La
Prensa San Diego, 651 Third Avenue,
Suite C, Chula Vista, CA 91910
Date: OCT 23, 2012
LISA C. SCHALL
Judge of the Superior Court
Published: Nov. 9, 16, 21,30/2012
La Prensa San Diego
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
(CCP 1277)
CASE NUMBER:
37-2012-00085509-CU-PT-CTL
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner: MARIA EVY WILSON, filed a
petition with this court for a decree
changing names as follows:
MARIA EVY WILSON to EVY WILSON
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be
granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above
must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at
least two court days before the matter is
scheduled to be heard and must appear
at the hearing to show cause why the
petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court
may grant the petition without a hearing.
NOTICE OF HEARING
Date: JAN 04, 2013. Time: 8:15 a.m.
Dept.: 52.
The address of the court is Superior
Court of California, County of San Diego,
220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA
92101
A Copy of this Order to Show Cause
shall be published at least once each
week for four successive weeks prior to
the date set for hearing on the petition
in the following newspaper of general
circulation printed in this county La
Prensa San Diego, 651 Third Avenue,
Suite C, Chula Vista, CA 91910
Date: NOV 15, 2012
ROBERT J. TRENTACOSTA
Judge of the Superior Court
Published: Nov. 16, 21, 30, Dec 7/2012
La Prensa San Diego
(CCP 1277)
CASE NUMBER:
37-2012-00085651-CU-PT-CTL
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner: VERONICA GARCIA ISIDRO,
filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows:
VERONICA GARCIA ISIDRO to
VERONICA ISIDRO GARCIA
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated
below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be
granted. Any person objecting to the
name changes described above
must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at
least two court days before the matter is
scheduled to be heard and must appear
at the hearing to show cause why the
petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court
may grant the petition without a hearing.
NOTICE OF HEARING
Date: JAN 11, 2013. Time: 8:15 a.m.
Dept.: 52.
The address of the court is Superior
Court of California, County of San Diego,
220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA
92101
A Copy of this Order to Show Cause
shall be published at least once each
week for four successive weeks prior to
the date set for hearing on the petition
in the following newspaper of general
circulation printed in this county La
Prensa San Diego, 651 Third Avenue,
Suite C, Chula Vista, CA 91910
Date: NOV 15, 2012
ROBERT J. TRENTACOSTA
Judge of the Superior Court
Published: Nov. 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
La Prensa San Diego
ABANDONMENT OF
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT OF
ABANDONMENT OF USE
OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME
Fictitious Business Name:
RELMAX HERITAGE HOMES, 6950 Navajo Road, San Diego, CA, County of
San Diego, 92119. Mailing Address:
Same
The Fictitious Business Name Referred
to Above Was Filed in San Diego County
On: 6/26/2007, and assigned File No:
2007-022912
Is (Are) Abandoned by the Following
Registrant(s):
DJ Properties, Inc., 6950 Navajo Road,
San Diego, CA 92119, California
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Janice K.
Paulsen, President
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr., Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 08, 2012
Assigned File No.: 2012-029472
Published: Nov 21, 30 Dec 7, 14/2012
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COMPANY DRIVERS &
OWNER OPERATORS
WANTED:
ELITE TRANSPORTATION INC.
* 2 years driving & Reefer
Experience.
* TWIC Card Necessary
* Pulling containers from San
Diego to LA & Santa Fe
Springs
* Great Pay & Vacations pay
after one year.
For more info call:
Sergio (831) 750-7296
TRUCK DRIVERS NEEDED
Temporary Employment
Start date March 1, 2013
End date January 1, 2014
Hours: 5:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. up to 40
hours per week.
Wage: Between $500-$1000 weekly pay.
25 Openings Available. The employment will last a total of 10 months.
No Overtime available. The transportation to the worksite is not provided by
employer.
Willingness and ability to deliver loads
To and from Otay Mesa, California to the
Port of Long Beach, California and several Los Angeles rail road ramps; and,
To and from Tijuana, Baja California,
Mexico specifically crossing loads from
the Otay Mesa, California port of entry.
Applicants to reside, preferably in Southern California.
Description of Job Opportunity
and Job Duties:
Drive trucks with capacities greater than
3 tons, including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products
or other materials. Class A driver’s license required. At least 24 months of
experience required.
Employer’s Contact Information:
Patricia Guillen, President
Rapid Transfer Xpress
10100 Airway Rd
San Diego, CA 92154
Tel: (619) 671-2020 ext. 129
Fax: (619) 671-2031
[email protected]
Resume’s may be faxed, emailed,
mailed or delivered to the contact information mentioned above
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SUMMONS
Signature of Registrant: Guillermo Garate
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
Fictitious Business Name: a. OLIVETTO of San Diego County NOV 06, 2012
RISTORANTE AND WINE BAR. b.
The filing of this statement does not of
OLIVETTO CAFE AND WINE BAR,
itself authorize the use in this state of
860 W Washington St., San Diego, CA, Fictitious Business Name in violation of
County of San Diego, 92103.
the rights of another under federal, state,
This Business is Conducted By: A Cor- or common law.
poration
Assigned File No.: 2012-029225
The First Day of Business Was: 10/29/
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
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This Business Is Hereby Registered by La Prensa San Diego
the Following: Olivetto Inc., 860 W
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
Washington, St., San Diego, CA 92103
NAME STATEMENT
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Fictitious Business Name: EJS
Signature of Registrant: DJani Ivanov, TRANSPORT, 483 Oaklawn Ave. Unit
President
B, Chula Vista, CA, County of San
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest Diego, 91910. Mailing Address: PO Box
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk 8262, Chula Vista, CA 91912
of San Diego County OCT 29, 2012
This Business is Conducted By: An InThe filing of this statement does not of dividual
itself authorize the use in this state of The First Day of Business Was: 10/11/
Fictitious Business Name in violation of 2012
the rights of another under federal, state, This Business Is Hereby Registered by
or common law.
the Following: Elvis Jonathan Salas
Assigned File No.: 2012-028618
Garcia, 483 Oaklawn Ave. Unit B, Chula
Vista, CA 91910
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
I declare that all information in this stateLa Prensa San Diego
ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Elvis Jonathan
Salas Garcia
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
NAME STATEMENT
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
Fictitious Business Name: GRUPO
of San Diego County NOV 06, 2012
MADRUGADORES DE PLAYAS DE
The filing of this statement does not of
ROSARITO AC, 3023½ Juniper St.,
itself authorize the use in this state of
San Diego, CA, County of San Diego,
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
92104. Mailing Address: PO Box
the rights of another under federal, state,
439016 K-III, San Ysidro, CA 92143
or common law.
This Business is Conducted By: An In- Assigned File No.: 2012-029235
dividual
The First Day of Business Was: 11/02/ Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
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2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Maritza Cisneros, Via de
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
las Playas #64, Rosarito de las Playas,
NAME STATEMENT
Baja CA 22710
I declare that all information in this state- Fictitious Business Name: HITECH
ment is true and correct.
PETROLEUM, 2204 Tyler Ct., Spring
Signature of Registrant: Maritza Cisneros Valley, CA, County of San Diego, 91977.
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest This Business is Conducted By: A CorJ. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk poration
of San Diego County NOV 02, 2012
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
The filing of this statement does not of This Business Is Hereby Registered by
itself authorize the use in this state of the Following: Hitech Petroleum, 2204
Fictitious Business Name in violation of Tyler Ct., Spring Valley, CA 91977, Calithe rights of another under federal, state, fornia
or common law.
I declare that all information in this stateAssigned File No.: 2012-029024
ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Robert Cisneros,
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
Pres.
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This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County OCT 31, 2012
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
The filing of this statement does not of
NAME STATEMENT
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name: SELECT
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
MOBILE DETAILING, 1871 Alaquinas
the rights of another under federal, state,
Drive, San Ysidro, CA, County of San
or common law.
Diego, 92173.
Assigned File No.: 2012-028828
This Business is Conducted By: An InPublished: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
dividual
La Prensa San Diego
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Saud Almotab, 1871
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
Alaquinas Drive, San Ysidro, CA 92173
NAME STATEMENT
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Fictitious Business Name: LOLA C.
Signature of Registrant: Saud Almotab
LOPEZ, 2003 El Camino Real,
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest Oceanside, CA, County of San Diego,
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk 92054.
of San Diego County OCT 30, 2012
This Business is Conducted By: A CorThe filing of this statement does not of poration
itself authorize the use in this state of The First Day of Business Was: N/A
Fictitious Business Name in violation of This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the rights of another under federal, state, the Following: Lola C. Lopez, a Profesor common law.
sional Corporation, 2003 El Camino
Assigned File No.: 2012-028732
Real, Oceanside, CA 92054, California
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
I declare that all information in this stateLa Prensa San Diego
ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Dolores Lopez,
CEO/President
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
NAME STATEMENT
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
Fictitious Business Name: MR.
of San Diego County OCT 09, 2012
RURIBERTOS, 3202 Mission Blvd.,
The filing of this statement does not of
San Diego, CA, County of San Diego,
itself authorize the use in this state of
92109.
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
This Business is Conducted By: An In- the rights of another under federal, state,
dividual
or common law.
The First Day of Business Was: 4/15/09 Assigned File No.: 2012-026733
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Jose Uribe De La Rosa, Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
5672 Waring Rd., San Diego, CA 92120 La Prensa San Diego
I declare that all information in this stateFICTITIOUS BUSINESS
ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Jose Uribe de la
NAME STATEMENT
Rosa
Fictitious
Business Name: a. PROLIFIC
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk ENTERTAINMENT ENTERPRISE. b.
CATALYTIC
INFUSION ENTERPRISE,
of San Diego County NOV 02, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of 9155 Judicial Dr. Apt. 5112, San Diego,
itself authorize the use in this state of CA, County of San Diego, 92122.
Fictitious Business Name in violation of Mailing Address: 9155 Judicial Dr. Apt.
the rights of another under federal, state, 5112, San Diego, CA 92122
This Business is Conducted By: An Inor common law.
dividual
Assigned File No.: 2012-029058
The First Day of Business Was: 09/24/
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
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This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Michael Bolivar, 15734
Faculty Ave., Bellflower, CA 90706
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
NAME STATEMENT
Signature of Registrant: Michael Bolivar
Fictitious Business Name: a. LAVISH
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
SAN DIEGO, b. LAVISH., c. MISS
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
BAUSS, 5305 Annie Laurie Ln., Bonita, of San Diego County NOV 02, 2012
CA, County of San Diego, 91902.
The filing of this statement does not of
This Business is Conducted By: An In- itself authorize the use in this state of
dividual
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
the rights of another under federal, state,
This Business Is Hereby Registered by or common law.
the Following: Salvador Pulido III, 5305 Assigned File No.: 2012-028997
Annie Laurie Ln., Bonita, CA 91902
I declare that all information in this state- Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
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ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Salvador Pulido
III
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
NAME STATEMENT
of San Diego County OCT 25, 2012
Fictitious
Business Name: BEST
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of HOMEWORKS, 3355 Ruffin Rd. Suite LFictitious Business Name in violation of 1, San Diego, CA, County of San Diego,
the rights of another under federal, state, 92123. Mailing Address: P.O. Box
17648, San Diego, CA 92117
or common law.
This Business is Conducted By: An InAssigned File No.: 2012-028284
dividual
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
The First Day of Business Was: 10/30/
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2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Yung Che Lin, 3355 Ruffin
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
Rd. Suite L-1, San Diego, CA 92123
I declare that all information in this stateNAME STATEMENT
ment is true and correct.
Fictitious Business Name: a. VALS HAIR Signature of Registrant: Yung C. Lin
SALON, 359 3rd Ave. #A, Chula Vista, This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
CA, San Diego, CA, County of San
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
Diego, 91910. Mailing Address: Same
of San Diego County OCT 31, 2012
This Business is Conducted By: An In- The filing of this statement does not of
dividual
itself authorize the use in this state of
The First Day of Business Was: 10/24/ Fictitious Business Name in violation of
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the rights of another under federal, state,
This Business Is Hereby Registered by or common law.
the Following: Alicia Farias, 459 Satin- Assigned File No.: 2012-028846
wood Way, Chula Vista, CA 91911
I declare that all information in this state- Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
La Prensa San Diego
ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Alicia Farias
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
NAME STATEMENT
of San Diego County OCT 24, 2012
Fictitious
Business Name: AGR
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of MECHANICAL, 3214 Marlborough, San
Fictitious Business Name in violation of Diego, CA, County of San Diego, 92105
the rights of another under federal, state, This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
or common law.
The First Day of Business Was: 11/06/
Assigned File No.: 2012-028139
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Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
La Prensa San Diego
the Following: Miguel Angel Aguilar,
3214 Marlborough Ave., San Diego, CA
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
92105
I declare that all information in this stateNAME STATEMENT
ment is true and correct.
Fictitious Business Name: BAJA
Signature of Registrant: Miguel Angel
RUSTIC FURNITURE, 2381 Valley
Aguilar
Gardens Dr., Chula Vista, CA, County of This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
San Diego, 91915.
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
This Business is Conducted By: An In- of San Diego County NOV 06, 2012
dividual
The filing of this statement does not of
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
itself authorize the use in this state of
This Business Is Hereby Registered by Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the Following: Guillermo Garate, 2381 the rights of another under federal, state,
Valley Gardens Dr., Chula Vista, CA or common law.
91915
Assigned File No.: 2012-029202
I declare that all information in this statePublished: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
ment is true and correct.
La Prensa San Diego
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: LILLY’S
FAMILY PROFESSIONAL
CHILDCARE, 2258 Ridgeway Dr.,
National City, CA, County of San Diego,
91950. Mailing Address: 2258
Ridgeway Dr., National City, CA 91950
This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
The First Day of Business Was: 10/16/
2008
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Lidia Gaytan, 2258
Ridgeway Dr., National City, CA 91950
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Lidia Gaytan
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County OCT 15, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-027250
Fictitious Business Name: SUPERIOR
TIRE, 115 W Olive Dr., San Ysidro, CA,
County of San Diego, 92173.
This Business is Conducted By: A Corporation
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Superior Tire Inc., 115 W
Olive Dr., San Ysidro, CA 92173, California
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Jaime Aceves,
President
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 14, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-029865
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/2012
La Prensa San Diego
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Published: Nov 16, 21, 30, Dec 7/2012
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: ASHFORD
AUTO CARE, 7490 Beagle Street, San
Diego, CA, County of San Diego, 92111.
Mailing Address: 7490 Beagle Street,
San Diego, CA 92111
This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
The First Day of Business Was: Nov 6/
2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Shahzad M Jamil, 7490
Beagle Street, San Diego, CA 92111
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Shahzad M Jamil,
Owner
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 08, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-029492
Fictitious Business Name: SANTI
CHINESE HERBS SHOP, 642 Third
Ave., Suite C, Chula Vista, CA, County
of San Diego, 91910-5720.
This Business is Conducted By: Husband and Wife
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: 1. James Valentino Santi,
642 Third Ave. Suite C, Chula Vista, CA
91910. 2. Alejandra Kim-Santi, 642 Third
Ave. Suite C, Chula Vista, CA 91910
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: James Valentino
Santi
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 06, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Published: Nov 16, 21, 30, Dec 7/2012
Assigned File No.: 2012-029261
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Published: Nov 16, 21, 30, Dec 7/2012
La Prensa San Diego
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: SC
INTERNATIONAL LLC, 857 Anchorage
Pl., Chula Vista, CA, County of San
Diego, 91914.
This Business is Conducted By: A Limited Liability Company
The First Day of Business Was: 10/23/
2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: SC INTERNATIONAL
LLC, 857 Anchorage Pl., Chula Vista, CA
91914, California
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Raul Melo
Cabañas, President
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 16, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030200
Fictitious Business Name: SIERRA
EXPRESS INT., 1318 N Santa Fe Ave.
Ste “A”, Vista, CA, County of San
Diego, 92083. Mailing Address: 1318 N
Santa Fe Ave. Ste “A”, Vista, CA
92083
This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Armando Aguilar, 1851
Camino de las Sonrisas, San Ysidro, CA
92173
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Armando Aguilar
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County OCT 24, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
or common law.
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Assigned File No.: 2012-028125
Published: Nov 16, 21, 30, Dec 7/2012
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: MEGA
SUPER FUN LLC, 853 Anchorage Pl.,
Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego,
91914.
This Business is Conducted By: A Limited Liability Company
The First Day of Business Was: 10/05/
2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: MEGA SUPER FUN LLC,
853 Anchorage Pl., Chula Vista, CA
91914, California
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Dominic Sohl,
CEO
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 16, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030198
Fictitious Business Name: a. DE LEON
PERFORMANCE EQUIPMENT
b. POLE SLEEVES, 17172 Tam O
Shanter Drive, Poway, CA, County of
San Diego, 92064.
This Business is Conducted By: Husband and Wife
The First Day of Business Was: 11/1/12
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: 1. Victor Flores, 17172
Tam O Shanter Drive, Poway, CA 92064.
2. Nicole Flores, 17172 Tam O Shanter
Dr., Poway, CA 92064
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Nicole Flores
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 07, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state, Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
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or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-029461
Published: Nov 16, 21, 30, Dec 7/2012
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: a. PARSMAN
DELIVERING SERVICES, b. PARSMAN
EXPRESS, 514 McIntosh St., Chula
Vista, CA, County of San Diego, 91910.
Mailing Address: 514 McIntosh St.,
Chula Vista, CA 91910
This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
The First Day of Business Was: 6/12/12
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Sara Paez Gonzales,
514 McIntosh St., Chula Vista, CA 91910
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Sara Paez
Gonzales
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 16, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030268
Fictitious Business Name: SHOE
CRAVE, 472 Smoky Circle, Chula
Vista, CA, County of San Diego, 91910.
Mailing Address: PO Box 1675, Bonita,
CA 91908
This Business is Conducted By: Joint
Venture
The First Day of Business Was: 10/29/
2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: 1. Kim P. Rascon, 472
Smoky Circle, Chula Vista, CA 91910. 2.
Rosa Rascon, 472 Smoky Circle, Chula
Vista, CA 91910
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Kim P. Rascon
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County OCT 30, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
Fictitious Business Name in violation of La Prensa San Diego
the rights of another under federal, state,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
or common law.
NAME STATEMENT
Assigned File No.: 2012-028652
Fictitious
Business Name: ALL
Published: Nov 16, 21, 30, Dec 7/2012
SEASONS DESIGNS, 216 Emerson St.,
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Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego,
91911.
This Business is Conducted By: An InFICTITIOUS BUSINESS
dividual
NAME STATEMENT
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
Fictitious Business Name: 939
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
TRANSPORT, 2102 Hancock Street
the Following: Daniel Villanueva, 216
#203, San Diego, CA, County of San
Emerson St., Chula Vista, CA 91911
Diego, 92110. Mailing Address: P.O.
I declare that all information in this stateBox 742, Bonita, CA 91908
ment is true and correct.
This Business is Conducted By: An In- Signature of Registrant: Daniel Villanueva
dividual
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
The First Day of Business Was: May 15, J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
2006
of San Diego County NOV 05, 2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by The filing of this statement does not of
the Following: Manuel Leung Rilloraza, itself authorize the use in this state of
944 Adirondack Place, Chula Vista, CA Fictitious Business Name in violation of
91914
the rights of another under federal, state,
I declare that all information in this state- or common law.
ment is true and correct.
Assigned File No.: 2012-029091
Signature of Registrant: Manuel Leung
Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
Rilloraza
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest La Prensa San Diego
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 13, 2012
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
The filing of this statement does not of
NAME STATEMENT
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of Fictitious Business Name:
the rights of another under federal, state, a. CALIFORNIA REALTY
or common law.
PROPERTIES, b. BOB HILLERY,
Assigned File No.: 2012-029821
c. INTEGRITY REAL ESTATES
Published: Nov 16, 21, 30, Dec 7/2012 SERVICES, 128 South Main Ave.,
Fallbrook, CA, County of San Diego,
La Prensa San Diego
92028.
This Business is Conducted By: A Corporation
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Integrity Real Estate Ser-
vices, 128 South Main Ave., Fallbrook,
CA 92028, California
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Robert W. Hillery,
President
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 19, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030358
Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
La Prensa San Diego
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: CR
PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE
SERVICES, 128 South Main Ave.,
Fallbrook, CA, County of San Diego,
92028.
This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Linda A Kendall, 128
South Main Ave., Fallbrook, CA 92028
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Linda A Kendall
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 19, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030355
Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
La Prensa San Diego
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: KEYLE
INTERNATIONAL FOOTWEAR, 482
West Suite 1-A, San Ysidro Blvd., San
Ysidro, CA, County of San Diego,
92173.
This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
The First Day of Business Was: 11/02/
2007
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Manuel Muñiz, Paseo de
las Lomas #20, Col. Residencial Lomas
de la Mesa, Tijuana, Baja California,
Mexico
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Manuel Muñiz
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 02, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-029029
Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
La Prensa San Diego
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: XTREME
RACING SIMULATORS, 4105 54th
Place Apt. #102, San Diego, CA, County
of San Diego, 92105.
This Business is Conducted By: A General Partnership
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: 1. Jesus Millanes III,
4105 54th Place Apt. 102, San Diego, CA
92105; 2. Martin Sanchez, 10427 Rosene
St., San Diego, CA 92121
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Jesus Millanes III
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 15, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030142
Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012
La Prensa San Diego
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
The filing of this statement does not of
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
itself authorize the use in this state of
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state, Fictitious Business Name: MEDICIS
COMMUNICATIONS INC, 4045 Bonita
or common law.
Rd. #207, Bonita, CA, County of San
Assigned File No.: 2012-030515
Diego, 91902. Mailing Address: 4045
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012 Bonita Rd. #207, Bonita, CA 91902
La Prensa San Diego
This Business is Conducted By: A Corporation
The First Day of Business Was: 02/27/
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
2004
NAME STATEMENT
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
Fictitious Business Name: BLUE PARTY the Following: Medicis Communications
Inc., 4045 Bonita Rd. #207, Bonita, CA
RENTALS, 1271 Broadway #11, Chula
Vista, CA, County of San Diego, 91911 91902, California
This Business is Conducted By: An In- I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
dividual
The First Day of Business Was: 11/26/ Signature of Registrant: Patricia Ciccone,
Treasurer
12
This Business Is Hereby Registered by This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
the Following: Jesus Mutio, 1271 Broad- J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 27, 2012
way #11, Chula Vista, CA 91911
I declare that all information in this state- The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
ment is true and correct.
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
Signature of Registrant: Jesus Mutio
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest the rights of another under federal, state,
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030957
of San Diego County NOV 26, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012
itself authorize the use in this state of La Prensa San Diego
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
Assigned File No.: 2012-030696
NAME STATEMENT
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012 Fictitious Business Name: SORIANA
La Prensa San Diego
LLC, 11 St. Christopers Lane, Coronado,
CA, County of San Diego, 92118
This Business is Conducted By: A LimFICTITIOUS BUSINESS
ited Liability Company
NAME STATEMENT
The First Day of Business Was: 5/9/12
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
Fictitious Business Name: SISTER’S
the Following: SORIANA LLC, 11 Saint
CLEANING AGENCY, 4869 Federal
Christophers Lane, Coronado, CA 92118,
Blvd, San Diego, CA, County of San
California
Diego, 92102
This Business is Conducted By: Co- I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Partners
Signature of Registrant: Edwin Seymour,
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by LLC Manager
the Following: 1. Tania Luken, 4869 Fed- This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
eral Blvd., San Diego, CA 92102, 2. Ana J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
Soto, 8526 Dallas St., La Mesa, CA of San Diego County NOV 27, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
91942
I declare that all information in this state- itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
ment is true and correct.
the rights of another under federal, state,
Signature of Registrant: Tania E. Luken
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest or common law.
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk Assigned File No.: 2012-030918
of San Diego County NOV 02, 2012
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012
The filing of this statement does not of La Prensa San Diego
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
or common law.
NAME STATEMENT
Assigned File No.: 2012-029003
Fictitious Business Name: a. A & J
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012 PROPERTIES, LP, b. A & J
La Prensa San Diego
PROPERTIES, 17163 Camino de
Montecillo, Rancho Santa Fe, CA,
County of San Diego, 92067. Mailing
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
Address: P.O. Box 3696 Rancho Santa
NAME STATEMENT
Fe, CA 92067
Fictitious Business Name: DEVELOPER This Business is Conducted By: A Limited Partnership
AND MARKETER HERNANDEZ
The First Day of Business Was: 07/05/
LOZANO, 8890 Jamacha Rd #412,
Spring Valley, CA, County of San Diego, 12
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
91977
This Business is Conducted By: Hus- the Following: 1. A&J PROPERTIES,
LP, 17163 Camino de Montecillo, Rancho
band and Wife
Santa Fe, CA 92067, California, 2. JA
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by EQUITIES, INC., 17163 Camino de
the Following: 1. Juan Hernandez Montecillo, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067,
Valencia, 8890 Jamacha Rd #412, Spring California
Valley, CA 91977. 2. Amalia Lozano, 8890 I declare that all information in this stateJamacha Rd #412, Spring Valley, CA ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Jerry A. Hano,
91977
I declare that all information in this state- A&J properties LP, Manager
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Juan Hernandez J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 27, 2012
Valencia
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest The filing of this statement does not of
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
of San Diego County NOV 15, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of the rights of another under federal, state,
itself authorize the use in this state of or common law.
Fictitious Business Name in violation of Assigned File No.: 2012-030919
the rights of another under federal, state, Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012
or common law.
La Prensa San Diego
Assigned File No.: 2012-030185
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012
La Prensa San Diego
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name: a. HAPPY
HOUR SPANISH, b. STARLIGHT
CONSULTING, 4809 Clairemont Dr. Ste
310, San Diego, CA, County of San
Diego, 92117. Mailing Address: 4809
Clairemont Dr. Ste 310, San Diego, CA
92117
This Business is Conducted By: A Corporation
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Happy Hour Languages
Inc., 4809 Clairemont Dr. Ste 310, San
Diego, CA 92117, California
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Hayley Boriss,
President
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 21, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030687
Fictitious Business Name:
TORREBLANCA AND ASSOCIATES,
2037 Crosscreek Rd., Chula Vista, CA,
County of San Diego, 91913. Mailing
Address: 511 E San Ysidro Blvd Suite
336, San Ysidro, CA 92173
This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
The First Day of Business Was: N/A
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Alvaro R. Torreblanca
Nove, 2037 Crosscreek Road, Chula
Vista, CA 91913
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Alvaro R.
Torreblanca Nove
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 20, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012
Assigned File No.: 2012-030563
La Prensa San Diego
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012
La Prensa San Diego
Fictitious Business Name: CENGROW,
131 W 33rd St. #2, National City, CA,
County of San Diego, 91950. Mailing
Address: Same as above
This Business is Conducted By: A Limited Liability Company
The First Day of Business Was: 08/05/
2006
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: San Diego Portable Rentals LLC, 131 W 33rd Street #2, National
City, CA 91950, California
I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Raul Barcena,
Managing Member
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 20, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
the rights of another under federal, state,
NAME STATEMENT
or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030484
Fictitious Business Name: CHULA
Published: Nov 21, 30, Dec 7, 14/2012 VISTA TAXI, 639 Corte Maria Ave.,
Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego,
La Prensa San Diego
91910.
This Business is Conducted By: An Individual
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
The First Day of Business Was: 3/14/07
NAME STATEMENT
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
the Following: Jose Acuna, 639 Corte
Fictitious Business Name:
Maria Ave., Chula Vista, CA 91910
RESTAURANT JALISCO, 1037
I declare that all information in this stateBroadway Ste A, Chula Vista, CA,
ment is true and correct.
County of San Diego, 91911. Mailing
Signature of Registrant: Jose Acuna,
Address: 1037 Broadway Ste A, Chula
Owner
Vista, CA 91911
This Business is Conducted By: An In- This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
dividual
The First Day of Business Was: 11/23/ of San Diego County NOV 27, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by itself authorize the use in this state of
the Following: Mario Flores, 1037 Broad- Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state,
way Ste A, Chula Vista, CA 91911
I declare that all information in this state- or common law.
Assigned File No.: 2012-030885
ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Mario Flores
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest La Prensa San Diego
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 26, 2012
The filing of this statement does not of
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
itself authorize the use in this state of
NAME STATEMENT
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
the rights of another under federal, state, Fictitious Business Name: IMPERIAL
or common law.
CAYS LLC, 11 St. Christopers Lane,
Assigned File No.: 2012-030724
Coronado, CA, County of San Diego,
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012 92118.
This Business is Conducted By: A LimLa Prensa San Diego
ited Liability Company
The First Day of Business Was: 2/6/2012
This Business Is Hereby Registered by
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
the Following: IMPERIAL CAYS LLC, 11
NAME STATEMENT
Saint Christophers Lane, Coronado, CA
92118, California
Fictitious Business Name: MAPAZ
I declare that all information in this stateTRANSPORT, 960 Estes St. Apt. 110,
ment is true and correct.
El Cajon, CA, County of San Diego,
Signature of Registrant: Edwin Seymour,
92020. Mailing Address: Same
This Business is Conducted By: An In- LLC Manager
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest
dividual
The First Day of Business Was: 01/11/ J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 27, 2012
2007
This Business Is Hereby Registered by The filing of this statement does not of
the Following: Manuel Ruiz, 960 Estes itself authorize the use in this state of
Fictitious Business Name in violation of
St. Apt. 110, El Cajon, CA 92020
I declare that all information in this state- the rights of another under federal, state,
or common law.
ment is true and correct.
Signature of Registrant: Manuel Ruiz, Assigned File No.: 2012-030920
Mapaz Transport
Published: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21/2012
This Statement Was Filed With Ernest La Prensa San Diego
J. Dronenburg, Jr. Recorder/County Clerk
of San Diego County NOV 20, 2012
SUMMONS
SUMMONS - (Family Law)
CASE NUMBER: D537521
NOTICE TO RESPONDENT:
AVISO AL DEMANDADO:
TANYA FAITH ATKINS
You are being sued.
Lo están demandando.
PETITIONER'S NAME IS:
NOMBRE DEL DEMANDANTE:
BENJAMIN VILLA RODRIGUEZ
You have 30 calendar days after this
Summons and Petition are served on
you to file a Response (form FL-120 or
FL-123) at the court and have a copy
served on the petitioner. A letter or phone
call will not protect you.
If you do not file your Response on time,
the court may make orders affecting your
marriage, your property and custody of
your children. You may be ordered to pay
support and attorney fees and costs. If
you cannot pay the filing fee, ask the
clerk for a fee waiver form.
If you want legal advice, contact a lawyer immediately. You can get information
about finding lawyers at the California
Courts Online Self-Help Center (www.
court.ca.gov/self help), at the California
Legal Services Web site (www.law
helpcalifornia.org), or by contacting your
local county bar association.
Tiene 30 días corridos después de
haber recibido la entrega legal de esta
Citación y Petición para presentar una
Respuesta (formulario FL-120 ó FL-123)
ante la corte y efectuar la entrega legal
de una copia al demandante. Una carta
o llamada telefónica no basta para
protegerlo.
Si no presenta su Respuesta a tiempo,
la corte puede dar órdenes que afecten
su matrimonio o pareja de hecho, sus
bienes y la custodia de sus hijos. La
corte también le puede ordenar que
pague manutención, y honorarios y
costos legales. Si no puede pagar la
cuota de presentación, pida al secretario
un formulario de exención de cuotas.
Si desea obtener asesoramiento legal,
póngase en contacto de inmediato con
un abogado. Puede obtener información
para encontrar a un abogado en el Centro
de Ayuda de las Cortes de California
(www.sucorte. ca.gov), en el sitio Web de
los Servicios Legales de California
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org) o poniéndose
en contacto con el colegio de abogados
de su condado.
NOTICE: The restraining orders on page
2 are effective against both spouses or
domestic partners until the petition is dismissed, a judgment is entered, or the
court makes further orders. These orders
are enforceable anywhere in California by
any law enforcement office who has received or seen a copy of them.
AVISO: Las órdenes de restricción que
figuran en la página 2 valen para ambos
cónyuges o pareja de hecho hasta que
se despida la petición, se emita un fallo
o la corte dé otras órdenes. Cualquier
autoridad de la ley que haya recibido o
visto una copia de estas órdenes puede
hacerlas acatar en cualquier lugar de
California.
NOTE: If a judgment or support order is
entered, the court may order you to pay
all or part of the fees and costs that the
court waived for yourself or for the other
party. If this happens, the party ordered to
pay fees shall be given notice and an
opportunity to request a hearing to set
aside the order to pay waived court fees.
AVISO: Si se emite un fallo u orden de
manutención, la corte puede ordenar que
usted pague parte de, o todas las cuotas
y costos de la corte previamente exentas
a petición de usted o de la otra parte. Si
esto ocurre, la parte ordenada a pagar
estas cuotas debe recibir aviso y la
oportunidad de solicitar una audiencia
para anular la orden de pagar las cuotas
exentas.
1. The name and address of the court is:
El nombre y dirección de la corte son:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, Central Division, Family Court, 1555 6th Ave., San
Diego, CA, 92101
2. The name, address, and telephone
number of petitioner's attorney, or the petitioner without an attorney, is:
(El nombre, dirección y número de
teléfono del abogado del demandante, o
del demandante si no tiene abogado,
son): BENJAMIN VILLA RODRIGUEZ,
1631 Bayview Heights Dr. #1, San Diego, CA 92105. (619) 760-3337.
Date (Fecha): JUL 11, 2012
Clerk, by (Secretario, por) V. JUAREZ,
Deputy (Asistente)
NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED:
AVISO A LA PERSONA QUE RECIBIO
LA ENTREGA: as an individual, (a usted
como individuo)
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/ 2012
La Prensa San Diego
SUMMONS - (Family Law)
CASE NUMBER: DN171950
NOTICE TO RESPONDENT:
AVISO AL DEMANDADO:
JOSE LEMUEL MORALES ESQUIVEL
You are being sued.
Lo están demandando.
PETITIONER'S NAME IS:
NOMBRE DEL DEMANDANTE:
JUANA JOSE FRANCISCO
You have 30 calendar days after this
Summons and Petition are served on
you to file a Response (form FL-120 or
FL-123) at the court and have a copy
served on the petitioner. A letter or phone
call will not protect you.
If you do not file your Response on time,
the court may make orders affecting your
marriage, your property and custody of
your children. You may be ordered to pay
support and attorney fees and costs. If
you cannot pay the filing fee, ask the
clerk for a fee waiver form.
If you want legal advice, contact a lawyer immediately. You can get information
about finding lawyers at the California
Courts Online Self-Help Center
(www.court.ca.gov/self help), at the California Legal Services Web site (www.law
helpcalifornia.org), or by contacting your
local county bar association.
Tiene 30 días corridos después de
haber recibido la entrega legal de esta
Citación y Petición para presentar una
Respuesta (formulario FL-120 ó FL-123)
ante la corte y efectuar la entrega legal
de una copia al demandante. Una carta
o llamada telefónica no basta para
protegerlo.
Si no presenta su Respuesta a tiempo,
la corte puede dar órdenes que afecten
su matrimonio o pareja de hecho, sus
bienes y la custodia de sus hijos. La
corte también le puede ordenar que
pague manutención, y honorarios y
costos legales. Si no puede pagar la
cuota de presentación, pida al secretario
un formulario de exención de cuotas.
Si desea obtener asesoramiento legal,
póngase en contacto de inmediato con
un abogado. Puede obtener información
para encontrar a un abogado en el Centro
de Ayuda de las Cortes de California
(www.sucorte. ca.gov), en el sitio Web de
los Servicios Legales de California
(www.lawhelpcalifornia.org) o poniéndose
en contacto con el colegio de abogados
de su condado.
NOTICE: The restraining orders on page
2 are effective against both spouses or
domestic partners until the petition is dismissed, a judgment is entered, or the
court makes further orders. These orders
are enforceable anywhere in California by
any law enforcement office who has received or seen a copy of them.
AVISO: Las órdenes de restricción que
figuran en la página 2 valen para ambos
cónyuges o pareja de hecho hasta que
se despida la petición, se emita un fallo
o la corte dé otras órdenes. Cualquier
autoridad de la ley que haya recibido o
visto una copia de estas órdenes puede
hacerlas acatar en cualquier lugar de
California.
NOTE: If a judgment or support order is
entered, the court may order you to pay
all or part of the fees and costs that the
court waived for yourself or for the other
party. If this happens, the party ordered
to pay fees shall be given notice and an
opportunity to request a hearing to set
aside the order to pay waived court fees.
AVISO: Si se emite un fallo u orden de
manutención, la corte puede ordenar que
usted pague parte de, o todas las cuotas
y costos de la corte previamente exentas
a petición de usted o de la otra parte. Si
esto ocurre, la parte ordenada a pagar
estas cuotas debe recibir aviso y la
oportunidad de solicitar una audiencia
para anular la orden de pagar las cuotas
exentas.
1. The name and address of the court is:
El nombre y dirección de la corte son:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
325 S. Melrose Drive, Vista, CA 92081
2. The name, address, and telephone
number of petitioner's attorney, or the petitioner without an attorney, is:
(El nombre, dirección y número de
teléfono del abogado del demandante, o
del demandante si no tiene abogado,
son): JUANA JOSE FRANCISCO, P.O.
Box 354, San Marcos, CA 92079. (760)
715-2063.
Date (Fecha): OCT 4, 2012
Clerk, by (Secretario, por) S. MIRANDA,
Deputy (Asistente)
NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED:
AVISO A LA PERSONA QUE RECIBIO
LA ENTREGA: as an individual, (a usted
como individuo)
Published: Nov 9, 16, 21, 30/ 2012
La Prensa San Diego
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FAMILY FEATURES
T
his year, pop up some holiday fun by making these clever — and delicious
— popcorn treats. With these recipes it’s easy to create edible décor, gifts
for friends and neighbors, and munchable snacks for the whole family. You
can find more creative holiday recipes at www.popcorn.org.
Popcorn Trio
Yield: Varies
Cheesy Popcorn
6 cups popped popcorn
1 tablespoon melted butter,
optional
1 tablespoon nutritional yeast or
brewer’s yeast (found at
health food stores)
1/2 teaspoon curry powder,
optional
Caramel Popcorn
6 cups popped popcorn
1/2 cup sugar
1 tablespoon light or dark corn
syrup
1 tablespoon water
2 tablespoons butter
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
Plain Popcorn
Cover bottom of 3 to 4-quart pan with
thin layer of vegetable oil.
Place 3 kernels of popcorn in pan;
cover with a loose lid that allows steam to
escape, and heat.
When kernels pop, pour in enough
popcorn to cover bottom of pan, one
kernel deep; cover pan and shake to
evenly spread oil.
Shake as popcorn continues to pop.
When popping begins to slow to a few
seconds apart, remove pan from stovetop.
The heated oil will still pop remaining
kernels.
Sprinkle lightly with popcorn salt, if
desired, and store in an airtight container.
Cheesy Popcorn
Follow instructions for making Plain
Popcorn.
When you remove popcorn from heat,
transfer popcorn to serving bowl. Pour
butter over popcorn and toss. Sprinkle
yeast and curry powder, if desired, over
popcorn and toss to distribute evenly.
Serve immediately or store in an
airtight container.
Caramel Popcorn
Line large baking sheet with lightly
buttered foil.
In medium saucepan, combine sugar,
corn syrup and water and bring to a boil.
Cook syrup over medium heat, without
stirring, until amber in color; about 6
minutes. Remove from heat and stir in
butter, salt and vanilla until blended.
Stir in popcorn until coated. Spread
caramel corn in a single layer onto buttered foil.
Allow to cool before breaking into
pieces. Store in an airtight container until
serving time.
Festive Popcorn Trees
Holiday Popcorn Snowman
Yield: 10 balls, 5 snowmen (2 balls each)
1 1-pound package large
marshmallows
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter or
margarine
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
10 cups popped popcorn
Decorations: sprinkles, licorice,
gum drops, cinnamon candies,
cookies, etc.
Melt marshmallows and butter in a large
saucepan. Remove from heat and stir in
vanilla.
Let stand for 5 minutes.
Pour over popcorn and stir.
Butter hands well and form popcorn
into balls.
Decorate as desired.
Yield: 10 trees
10 cups air-popped popcorn
1 10-ounce bag miniature
marshmallows
2 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Decorating sugar (green, blue)*
1 tube of white frosting (with
decorating tip)
Assorted small colorful candies,
such as sprinkles and
miniature silver dragées
Place popcorn in large bowl.
Place marshmallows and butter in
medium saucepan over medium-low heat.
Stir until marshmallows are melted and
mixture is smooth. Remove from heat.
Stir in vanilla extract.
Pour mixture over popcorn in bowl.
Toss well to coat popcorn evenly.
Line baking sheet with foil.
Spray hands with nonstick cooking
spray, then scoop up about 1 cup of
popcorn mixture.
Shape mixture into a cone shape,
keeping the base flat. This forms the tree.
Sprinkle tree with decorating sugar;
place tree on baking sheet. Make the rest
of the trees.
Pipe frosting on trees to make a garland, then decorate them with colorful
candies.
Serving suggestion: Place each tree on
a sugar or gingerbread cookie, and decorate your serving tray with shredded
coconut to resemble snow.
Notes: It’s important that this recipe
starts with unflavored white popcorn for
best color and flavor.
*Make your own colored sugar by adding food coloring to sugar, stirring in a
bowl or shaking vigorously in a sealed
container. Add more food coloring for
more intense tones.
Holiday Wreath
Popcorn Treats
Yield: 8 5-inch wreaths
3 quarts popped popcorn
4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) butter or
margarine
3 cups miniature marshmallows
3 tablespoons (1/2 of a 3-ounce
box) lime gelatin dessert mix
Decorations: small red candies,
jellybeans, red fruit leather,
etc.
Spray large mixing bowl lightly with
cooking spray and place popcorn inside.
In medium saucepan, melt butter over
low heat. Stir in marshmallows and gelatin dessert powder until marshmallows
are melted and mixture is smooth. Pour
over popcorn and mix well until coated.
Spray hands with cooking spray and
press firmly to form into 9-inch logs and
then bend to form wreaths.
Place wreaths on wax paper. Press
candy decorations onto wreath to
decorate. Add a ribbon cut from fruit
leather. Serve immediately, or wrap
individually in plastic wrap for storage.
Gingersnap Popcorn
Snack Mix
Yield: 2 quarts
2 quarts popped popcorn
Butter flavored cooking spray
1/3 cup granulated sugar substitute
2 teaspoons ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground
nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black
or white pepper
Preheat oven to 325°F.
Spread popcorn on baking sheet and
spray lightly with cooking spray.
Combine remaining ingredients in
small bowl, and sprinkle evenly over
popcorn.
Spray again with cooking spray and
toss to coat evenly.
Bake 7 minutes and serve warm.

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