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Volume 31 Issue 44 Serving Carmichael and Sacramento County since 1981 November 02, 2011
Tall Ship Hawaiian Chieftain Arrives Revenue Down, Rates Up
Sacramento – The topsail
ketch Hawaiian Chieftain ar-
Program scholarships are available
for qualified schools. To qualify, a
for Water District
From Steve Nugent, CWD acted to reduce expenses sig-
rived in Sacramento this month public school must be designated General Manager nificantly based on projected shortfalls.
for its annual visit focused on Title I by the U.S. Department of The cuts are:
Carmichael – Water utilities are · Refinanced $28,550,000 in bonds in
helping young people understand Education, which means at least
feeling the effects of revenue short- March 2010, resulting in substantially
the amazing maritime history of 40 percent of the school’s students
falls. Communities are using less lower interest rates and interest pay-
California and the west coast. The receive free or reduced-price
water which has translated to lower ments while maintaining the same
two-masted sailing ship has tied lunch. For information on schol-
than average water sales. Factors that maturity schedule.
up at Old Sacramento, Front and arships and scheduling, contact
contribute to the decrease in revenue · Applied for and received grants worth
L Streets, and will stay through Roxie Underwood, 800-200-5239,
are cooler weather conditions, the eco- $1,000,000 to help finance a water reli-
December 13. email@example.com.
nomic downturn, and meter installation ability project (water treatment plant
Built of steel in 1988, Hawaiian Hawaiian Chieftain will also
to meet the State mandated Water expansion) and to accelerate the meter
Chieftain is a replica of a typical open for walk-on tours to the
Conservation Act. program.
European merchant trader of the general public.
Carmichael Water District (CWD) · Reduced operating costs in March
turn of the nineteenth century. Her Most tours are scheduled
is not immune to these conditions. The 2011, while preparing the FY 2011-12
hull shape and rigging are similar for Monday through Thursday,
District has reviewed the current water adopted budget.
to those of Spanish explorer’s 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturdays
usage and rate structure and determined · Restructured the departments to
ships used in the expeditions and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
that there is a significant revenue maximize efficiency, resulting in
of the late 18th century along A $3 donation per person is ap-
shortfall. Over the past two years, the elimination of 1 position and layoff of
the Washington, Oregon, and preciated. No sailing programs for
District has been using reserve funds 1 employee.
California coasts. During most of the general public are scheduled.
to cover the revenue shortfall from · Deferred capital improvement
the year, she accompanies the brig The ship will be closed
the lower water usage. Most metered projects and extended the completion
Lady Washington on voyages to Thanksgiving Day.
customers have been experiencing schedule of the meter installation pro-
more than 40 ports along the coast. The Grays Harbor Historical
lower water bills than the District had gram eliminating 3 operator positions.
Hawaiian Chieftain is 109 feet, Seaport Authority is a not-for-
planned. · Revised the FY 2011-12 budget
nine inches long, and her mainmast profit, 501(c)(3) public develop-
During the District’s rate study, with additional budget cuts to total
rises 75 feet off the water. ment authority based in Aberdeen,
rates were analyzed and assumptions $972,245.
The ship will host K-12 school Wash. that owns and operates the
took in to account anticipated fluctua- Typical of all water utilities, 80% of
groups, as well as home-school tall ships Hawaiian Chieftain and
tions along with the new requirement CWD’s costs to provide water service
groups, service organizations, Lady Washington, the Official
of the State of California’s 2009 Water to our customers are fixed costs with
seniors groups, and church groups Ship of the State of Washington.
Conservation Act calling for the reduc- only power, chemicals, and a portion
for one-hour and three-hour educa- GHHSA provides educational, vo-
tion of water production by 20% by the of labor costs being variable. When
tion programs. Space is still avail- cational, recreational and ambas-
year 2020. For Fiscal year 2011-2012 water consumption goes up, revenues
able for the education programs sadorial activities and experiences
the District rate study planned for water go up, but when consumption falls, so
on weekdays and weekends. The that promote and preserve the
production to drop to about 15% of the do revenues. Even with severe budget
programs feature a number of on- maritime history of Grays Harbor,
historic average. The past 12 months cuts, an 18% increase in revenue is
board stations focused on naviga- the Pacific Northwest, and our na-
actual water production figures are necessary in order to safely operate and
tion, basic oceanography, and the tion while serving the needs of the
The Hawaiian Chieftain has sailed into Sacramento to provide educational tours. 25% lower than historical average and maintain the District’s water system.
lives of 18th century mariners. community.
Photo by Ron Arel, Coastal Images. 5% lower than the State of California’s
2009 Water Conservation Act.
Sixty-Six Marijuana Dispensaries Closed
By Nora Heston Executive, according to a press decisions, also helped to influence down facilities. Liens against the The 66 closed dispensaries
release dated October 20. “After his decision regarding the matter. property for unpaid penalties will include six of the eight stores
Sacramento County - Sacramento
completing a series of public While the individual dispensaries also be used. Property owners are located on Fair Oaks Boulevard,
County’s plan for closing down
meetings in pursuit of a regulatory closed for various reasons, the responsible for administrative fees Peters said.
marijuana dispensaries in its
ordinance, I will be recommending county enforcement actions, as even if the business has closed and Money collected from the fines
unincorporated areas has proven
to the Board of Supervisors that well as federal pressure, have been is no longer in operation. enforced as part of the county’s
successful with reports of 66
we discontinue pursuing any kind a significant factor, said Chris “I supported [the] decision to plans for closing illegally operating
dispensaries closed as of October
of regulatory permitting plan, and Andis, Communication and Media penalize businesses and property dispensaries go back into the
27, said county officials.
maintain the status quo of keeping Officer. owners that are operating in efforts, Andis said. “The Board
“Since dispensaries were never
them illegal.” According to a the press release, violation of county codes and of Supervisors also appropriated
legal in the unincorporated county,
Hudson said the recent the county’s enforcement actions regulations,” said Susan Peters, $135,000 of General Fund revenue
enforcing the law and closing these
enforcement activity by the federal include administrative penalties Sacramento County Supervisor for for this purpose.”
operations down was the right
government, as well as the success of up to $1,500 per day as well the third district. “This stepped up The county is still working
course for Sacramento County to
of the county’s enforcement as injunctions against facilities action by Sacramento County is to close the other 33 known One of the many closed shops.
take,” said Brad Hudson, County
activities and recent court and property owners to shut having a positive impact.” establishments,” Andis said. Staff photo.
Rio Americano High School BBB Warns of
to Hold Musical Marathon Medicare Scams
Sacramento – Join the Rio covered by the district budget.
Sacramento – Medicare open en-
rollment started just two weeks ago
The Better Business Bureau sug-
gests the following when receiving
Americano High School Band The Rio Americano band pro- and already scammers are capitaliz- phone calls from anyone claiming
on Thursday, November 10 for gram, under the direction of Josh ing on the period with a phone scam to need personal information: 1)
Playathon, a 17-hour musical Murray and Max Kiesner, provides aimed at obtaining senior citizens’ Beware of door-to-door or tele-
marathon featuring all seven of the the highest quality high school mu- banking information. The Better phone salespeople claiming to be
school’s jazz and concert bands sic education. In September students Business Bureau serving Northeast affiliated with Medicare. 2) Be wary
in addition to soloists and combos performed at the Monterey Jazz California (BBB) is urging consum- of anyone who attempts to give you
from the Small Ensemble program. Festival, Rio’s 15th appearance at ers to beware of phone calls claim- something for “free”. 3) Do not
This annual event, in its 31st year, the famed musical event. This honor ing to be from Medicare offering give out bank account information,
benefits Rio’s comprehensive music is awarded annually to the top three new cards. social security numbers or any other
program, serving all levels of high high school bands participating The BBB has received several personal information to anyone
school musicians. Band students in the Monterey Next Generation calls over the past three weeks de- over the phone. 4) Never sign blank
from local middle and elementary Festival the previous spring. On scribing the same story: A person insurance claim forms.
schools are invited to attend from October 27, Rio’s concert and jazz calls claiming to be from Medicare. If you have questions regarding
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. to play along with bands will premiere new works They need to verify the victim’s the authenticity of a call, call the
Rio Band. This year’s theme is Harry composed by Christopher Caliendo address to send out a new Medicare
Potter and the Deathly Hallows. A and Omar Thomas in conjunction card. After the address is verified,
carnival with Potter-themed games with an emerging non-profit orga- the consumer is asked for his or her
and food will be open to all musi- nization, Composers and Schools bank name and then, bank account
cians from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. The in Concert. Rio bands have toured numbers.
community is invited to attend eve- Argentina, Australia, Europe, Japan Consumers should never give
ning performances scheduled from and China, and will travel to Spain out personal information over
6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Events take place at this summer. the telephone. Medicare does
the Rio Americano campus at 4540 not make telephone calls regard-
For more information about ing health care coverage. Should
American River Drive, and are free the Rio Band program and the
of charge. Tax-deductible donations consumers have questions about
Playathon, contact Josh Murray at coverage, they can call Medicare’s
to the Rio Americana Band Boosters (916)971-7512, firstname.lastname@example.org, toll-free line at 1-800-MEDICARE
(Federal Tax ID#680018985) will or visit www.rioband.net. (1-800-633-4227).
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Sand Into Pearls: Perla Warren’s Life Story
“There are two words that are important to me – quality and honesty. It doesn’t have to be music.
You don’t have to choose it, but you have to teach it, so at least they have a choice.” Perla Warren.
because it would make a mark on Choral Director at Pike High The day came, and they put you “The first word that comes to
my chin.” School. in a room upstairs, alone. You have mind is passionate; passionate
She graduated from the University “If were a troublemaker, the a huge television so you know about music, teaching,” recalls Julie
of the Philippines Conservatory threat was, ‘I’m sending you to Mrs. what’s going on. There’s a security Adams. “She was demanding, but
of Music in 1957, with a degree in Warren’s study hall.’ To this day, I guard at your door. Nobody bothers in a way that made you want to be
Piano Performance. don’t know why, but in my study you. The choir, orchestra, the two better. You knew she wanted the
Traveling to the United States hall, you could hear a pin drop. I soloists, podium is there waiting best for you, and cared about you,
sounded like fun. “My father said, was so tiny; 98 pounds with long there. You’re the last to walk out. and that’s why she was expecting so
‘If you’re going to go to the United hair, ponytail.” I was shaking like a leaf. My much out of you. We stood a little
States, you must have a purpose.’” Her chamber group, The High knees were shaking, my stomach I taller, felt better about ourselves
Her aunt was teaching at Indiana Tones, was so popular a nursery cannot feel it. I was so cold. I just and expected more out of ourselves.
University, so Perla lived with her owner provided a gardenia for each knew there was no way in the world I think I was on her first European
while attending Butler University, singer, for every performance. that I could walk in my heels, in my tour. I sat next to her on the plane
continuing her studies in music. Perla and her family moved to gown, all the way to the middle, get and she taught me the entire flight.
“At the time, music education Sacramento in 1965. In 1974, she up to the podium. I thought I was I remember learning things about
was not offered in the Philippines. It entered the American River College going to faint. But, I knew I had to the Philippines, the language. She’s
was very European. You received a faculty as a choral conductor, go. When I walked onto the podium always sharing ideas, concepts
Bachelor of Music in Piano, Violin, voice teacher and piano instructor. all I could see was my score, and I and knowledge. The quality of the
Vocal Performance, etc. - always a She conducted both the American knew the downbeat and the tempo. music she prepared was always
performance degree. I thought, well, River College Chamber Singers I found something about me; that I high quality, so we were so proud
I’ll be one of the first graduates in (a classical repertoire ensemble) could be that focused.” to perform with her.” Following
Perla Warren, a special teacher whose passion forever influnced her students, Music Education. I was enjoying and the American River College Her former students remember Perla’s lead, Adams also became
is currently battling cancer. it so much, I decided to go into Jazz Choir, both of which received that focus and energy, and a few of a music teacher, and conductor
conducting.” numerous awards and invitations them shared fond memories of Perla of R.S.V.P. and the Sacramento
By Julie Parker piano. I grew up in a home with two She practiced the piano in the to prestigious music festivals in as teacher, mentor and friend. Children’s Chorus.
grandfathers. ‘Grandfather’ is a little lobby of the student union building Ireland, England, the Philippines, “It’s more than learning notes and “She was very warm; made
“Perla Warren has done more to different than here. A great-uncle is everyday from midnight until 4:00 Austria, Germany and France. rhythms,” says Jenny Guemmer. everybody feel welcome,” says
promote quality vocal jazz than a ‘grandfather’ in the Philippines. a.m.. “The security guard always Her Jazz Choir performed at “She cares about her students on a John Lofgren. “She never accepted
anyone in the region.” One of them was an avid musician, watched out for me. In the lobby the Montreux International Jazz spiritual level. She really invested less than excellence. She was
Donald Kendrick who just loved music, so he would was an office that was open 24 hrs Festival. in all of us. After a choir tour, we focused and energetic. She didn’t
Director of Choral Activities, crank up the Victrola, and play John a day so I was very safe.” They opened for Ray Charles discussed choirs we had visited and just give you notes; she’d shape
CSUS Philips Sousa in the morning to get One night, the light on her piano at the North Sea International she asked, ‘How will people out the music. She was very, very
everybody going. In the evening, went out. “I watched a medical Jazz Festival in Holland. “The there know how to experience what creative. She was very inclusive
Music massages the soul and
there was always an opera. On my student go to the box and fix it. I people would not let us leave the you’ve heard?’ It just sort of hit me with a lot of her students as far as
stimulates the senses. It unifies
father’s side, nobody knew music. didn’t say anything to him.” When stage. They were clapping their like a lightning bolt - we have to discussing things other than music;
diverse cultures and beliefs of faith.
It was all business. My father made a friend of hers later introduced her hands and stomping. It was almost teach them! And I cried. Because what she learned from her life. I
If you’re lucky, a special teacher
up a couple of lullabies that he sang to Gene Warren, she thanked him embarrassing. We were stepping of her, I discovered my calling as got to know her family very well.
or mentor will appear, whose
to me, putting me to sleep.” for fixing the light. Perla and Gene on his time. In Switzerland, we a music teacher.” In fact, she now I saw the interaction between her
passion for you to excel will forever
Perla’s first piano teacher was married, raised two daughters, and sang every song we knew. It was teaches piano lessons to Perla’s and her husband with their children;
impact your life. To the music
very strict. “I used to just shake celebrated their 51st anniversary. 4:00 in the morning and the people granddaughter, Celeste. the trust they had in each other. We
students of American River College,
before the finals. But, she had She ultimately received degrees wouldn’t let us get off the stage. “Trying to get into her choirs have that with our daughter. Part of
that person was Perla Warren.
so much compassion. I knew in Music History, Literature and I think it’s the honesty of the was very prestigious,” says Eric that comes from Perla.” Lofgren has
Perla L. Zulueta was born and
she was interested in me and my Choral Conducting at the Jordan music. The students found that Rosander. “It was an audition sung with the Sacramento Master
raised in Quezon City, Philippines,
development.” Conservatory of Music, Butler the music was better than they process. There was such a high Singers for over 20 years.
where her home was filled with
Pianos aren’t part of an orchestra, University, and was appointed to are. That’s when you really see pressure of staying there. It was a In the past three decades, Perla
music. “On my mother’s side,
so she took up cello. “I always liked its faculty, teaching in the Piano artistry.” growing up experience for a lot of has conducted all-state honor
everybody sang and played the
the sound. I didn’t like the violin, Department. She also served as In May 1994, she made her people. One time, back when I was choirs in local, state and national
Carnegie Hall debut, guest playing bass, I didn’t have my stuff arenas, managed choral workshops
conducting massed choirs. As a down when it was time for rehearsal. at several universities and music
teacher, she had spent as much I got called up on it; a lecture in conferences throughout the United
time as needed with the students. front of everybody. What I didn’t do States and the Philippines.
At Carnegie, the situation was quite affected the entire group; affected “One of my students said there
different. “You are definitely with everything she had planned for that are times when they’re in the class
professionals and they’re unionized. day. I learned to be disciplined, that it’s so intense they feel like
Union says at 9:00 you’re finished. to work as a team; learned about they need to scream and run away,
At 9:01 there’s no one in the room. I musicality and performance. It’s not but they don’t. They are so willing
had to really prepare and I had never just notes and text; the text actually to fail. ‘But, you, Mrs. Warren, are
met these people before. They know has a story or an emotion that you’re so unwilling for us to fail.’ It is one
the music, but they don’t know the trying to convey. She drove you to of the most beautiful compliments I
way I would like to have it played. meet a challenge of high standards.” received. I’ll never forget that.”
It was very frightening. Rosander now sings in R.S.V.P.
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Celts Sound off in Carmichael Park
Time To Enjoy
The Life You Deserve
Nestled in the heart of Carmichael, there’s a retirement
Well plaid. Members of The Stout Rebellion regaled Carmichael Park with Celtic drinking tunes. Piper Chuck Jamison (right)
community called Carmichael Oaks. This beautiful is a St Andrews Society executive. Photo by Susan Maxwell Skinner.
community offers: By Susan Maxwell Skinner Fifty dancers did flings and jigs. before he discovered ancestors who
Fiddlers, penny-whistlers, bagpipers hailed from the Shetland Islands —
With a founder of Scottish blood
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Pharmacy Choice & Access Now (PCAN) California’s Proposed Delta Plan
Opposes Obama Administration Decision By Steve Nugent
But the Delta is overworked. Its fish
populations have crashed. Foreign
species threaten native species. The
the ability to use local supplies and
To top it off, the draft Delta Plan
Sacramento – Pharmacy Choice call into question their commitment any cuts to health care coverage Carmichael Water District amount of water being pumped from proposes to force water customers to
& Access Now (PCAN) expressed to California’s citizens.” are a step in the wrong direction.”
Across California, you can find the Delta to dry areas of California is pay higher rates and fees to fund the
disappointment in the Obama According to a recent poll PCAN plans on supporting all
stunning examples of how important reduced as a result. very bureaucracy that seeks to reduce
Administration and the Centers conducted by Fairbank, Maslin, efforts to prevent these cuts from
water and water management have In 2009, the Legislature called control of local water sources that our
for Medicare & Medicaid Maullin, Metz & Associates, 36 being implemented and will work
always been in our state. Water drove for a new Delta Plan to balance the region has worked hard to manage
Services (CMS) for the decision percent of Medi-Cal enrollees with organizations committed to
the Gold Rush that led to California’s state’s water supply reliability with responsibly.
to approve California’s recent indicate that they have been denied improving access to health care in
statehood and worldwide prominence. a healthy Delta ecosystem. Northern California needs a responsible
proposal to cut Medi-Cal provider medical care because Medi-Cal California.
Water management helped turn Californians are ready to participate Delta solution. More efficient water
reimbursements. The cuts, in coverage was not accepted. Pharmacy Choice and Access
arid desert into fertile farms, silicon in a responsible Delta solution but the use, additional storage, recycling,
conjunction with California’s With cuts to Medi-Cal provider Now (PCAN) is a coalition of
wafers into computer chips, and dry Delta Plan under development needs and a host of other measures are all
March 2011 budget, will result in a reimbursements, that percentage is consumers, local business and
lots into lush home sites for millions to make clear environmental gains important components. Northern
significant reduction in health care likely to rise as costs increase for pharmacists across the nation
of families. and avoid serious restrictions on water California which is currently the
access for millions of Californians. the many pharmacists, physicians, committed to preserving quality
But now, California’s demand for supplies in Northern California. water source for much of the state
“We are frustrated with the Obama nursing home attendants, dentists, and affordable health care and
water is outstripping supplies. The The Sacramento region has adopted should not be subjected to a plan that
Administration’s recent actions to optometrists and others currently pharmacy services for patients.
health of our state’s economy and innovative solutions to balance the would threaten our region’s economy
approve reimbursement cuts that providing vital care and services We are committed to providing the
environment is threatened. Making the local economic demands for water by unfairly limiting the ability to use
would threaten health care access for millions of Californians. “We most cost-effective solutions in the
most of water resources requires a re- supplies and the environmental local water.
for Californians on Medi-Cal,” said need to repeal these cuts so that areas of health care and pharmacy
balance and a refocus as to how they needs of our rivers and wetlands. Decades ago, Northern California
Becky Warren, spokesperson for the Californians who depend on Medi- services to enable states around the
are utilized. This is no simple task. As one example, on the American agreed to share water with drier
Pharmacy Choice & Access Now Cal are able to have the same access country to help solve their budget
To do it, a hard look at California’s River, water suppliers, governments, regions to improve California as a
(PCAN) coalition in California. “It to medical care as those covered woes, while maintaining quality
many natural climates, as well as an environmentalists, businesses and whole. Part of the agreement was that
is disappointing and baffling that with private insurance,” continued care for children, families and other
assessment of the environmental and civic groups signed the Water Forum Northern California would always
the administration would introduce Warren. “Our number one priority Medicaid-served populations. For
economic costs/benefits of moving Agreement in 2000. Through this be able to use its local water to
key provisions to expand healthcare is the health of all Californians and more information on Pharmacy
water across the state is needed. At agreement and other innovations, our meet local demands. Proposed Delta
access through the when patients are already facing Choice and Access Now (PCAN),
that point a decision as to how to best region is making investments to store solutions could undermine these
Affordable Care Act and approve difficulties in finding physicians and visit www.rxchoiceandaccess.com.
and fairly allocate responsibilities can surplus water for future use, reduce basic principles upon which our local
Medi-Cal cuts, which completely securing appointments, we believe
be made. demand, and use alternative water economy and quality of life have
Northern California and the sources. These efforts improve local been built.
Sacramento region have some of the environment and directly benefit Our region will do its part in a
Senior Dental Care state’s most abundant water resources,
which are already allocated to meeting
needs throughout the state. The region
areas downstream by improving
conditions for fish like salmon that
migrate through the Delta.
water solution for our state. However;
that solution needs to honestly
acknowledge the real impacts and the
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STATEPOINT CROSSWORD • WILD WEST Carmichael Bank Robbed
By Lone Wig-Wearing Man
FBI News Release
U.S. Department of Justice
Carmichael – Wells Fargo at 7225 The Sacramento Violent Crimes
Fair Oaks Boulevard in Carmichael Task Force, comprised of FBI agents
was robbed at approximately 9:30 and Sacramento County Sheriff’s
p.m. on Monday, October 31, 2011 Department robbery detectives,
by a lone subject who presented a are seeking information on this
note to the teller. The individual fled unidentified male bank robber.
on foot after making his demand. The Anyone with information regarding
subject is described as a black male this robbery is asked to contact the
standing approximately 5’11”- 6’ tall FBI in Sacramento at (916) 481-9110,
with dark hair, a goatee and long, the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department
curly wig and aviator sunglasses. at (916) 874-5115 or Crime Alert at
At the time of the robbery, the (916) 443-HELP. Callers can remain
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Brown Hails $1.8 Billion Bond Sale
Sacramento – Governor Edmund used to fund the following program
G. Brown Jr. said on October 20th, activities:
2011 that the sale of $1.8 billion in The first Food and Drug
general obligation bonds will help Administration-approved clinical
create tens of thousands of jobs and trial for a human embryonic stem
bolster economic recovery efforts by cell therapy (for spinal cord injury).
funding major infrastructure projects CIRM’s $25 million commitment to
throughout California. this project has been matched by a
“When we invest in infrastructure, $29 million commitment of private
we provide a homegrown economic funds.
stimulus to create jobs and ensure our 14 Disease Research Teams that
state is prepared for the challenges are proceeding towards clinical trials
of the future,” said Governor of therapies to treat diseases ranging
Brown. “Investor confidence in from HIV/AIDS to dry macular
California’s fundamental strengths, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. degeneration (a common cause of
combined with an on-time, balanced blindness) to neurological diseases
CLUES budget, means that we can make leverage an additional $2 billion in such as ALS. One of these awards
ACROSS as sacrifice to God in Old DOWN 34. *Trailblazer Jedediah important investments to boost the non-state funds. is a $20 million loan which has
1. Widest key on keyboard Testament 1. Small drinks _____ state’s economic recovery and put The existing balance of bond generated approximately $20 million
6. Sold at the pump 46. ____ pea 2. Rotterdam or Singapore, 36. *How cowboys preferred Californians back to work. I want to funds will fund 320 ongoing projects in additional funds by the company
9. Roman public space, pl. 47. Incision e.g. whiskey?
13. A Hawkeye 48. Kinda 3. Absent soldier 38. Singe, as in ahi tuna congratulate Treasurer Bill Lockyer through June 2012, with 20 of these receiving the CIRM award.
14. Female reproductive 50. She starred in last 4. *Water carrier 42. Phlegms and his team for negotiating a projects started in August by using Training and internship awards
cells “Pirates of the Caribbean” 5. Completely cover 45. *One is harder to find to successful sale for California.” existing bond funds more efficiently. to fund the training of almost 900
15. Los ____, CA 52. Affirmative response in 6. Loads these days When Governor Brown came These projects have a total (multi- promising new scientists and technical
16. Fork tooth some northern states 7. “___ Maria” 49. Flight boss
17. In king and queen sizes 53. W on a light bulb 8. Hindu holy man 51. Caustic remark
into office, state agencies and year) construction cost of $6.6 staff at the University of California,
18. *It kept the corral 55. *Bola, e.g. 9. “Don’t give me any ____!” 54. Rick Riordan’s “The departments had more than $13 billion. California State University, California
closed? 57. African quarter in which 10. Bismarck or Hahn, e.g. Lightning _____” billion dollars of bond proceeds These existing projects will Community Colleges and other
19. *Gateway to the West the citadel is located 11. “Big ____ Candy 56. Derive that had accumulated. He directed leverage approximately $9 billion in institutions in California.
21. *Calamity Jane’s partner 60. *Oklahoma was famous Mountain” 57. Walking helper agencies and departments to prioritize other non-state funds. CIRM-funded research and related
23. Old age, archaic for this 12. Left after fire 58. Among
24. EU money 64. Alfred Hitchcock in his 15. Novelist Louisa May 59. Several of these in a tennis and expedite the expenditure of those matching funds are expected to create
25. French lake own movie, e.g ______ match funds. As a result, he was able to Local Streets and Roads or retain approximately 5,000 jobs
28. Show off, as in muscles 65. Judge at Simpson trial 20. Moved lazily 60. Frown cancel last spring’s bond sale and A total of approximately $38 per year and more than $60 million in
30. Moral principals 67. Sheep’s clothing to wolf 22. Wrath 61. Irritate reduce the amount of bonds sold this million in bond proceeds will be used new state and local tax revenues.
35. “____-steven” 68. Oneness 24. Gone the way of the dodo 62. Defender of skies
37. *Chuckwagon 101: “No 69. ___ de toilette 25. *Meriwether 63. New Jersey’s NBA team
fall, avoiding hundreds of millions in to start roughly 70 local street and The current portfolio of stem cell
one ____ until Cookie calls” 70. Ceremonial elegance 26. An advice or dispatch boat 64. Mutt higher debt payments each year. road projects. The majority of these research at CIRM, including the
39. Symbol of a clan, and splendor 27. Mothball substitute 66. Greek “t” projects are general maintenance grant programs scheduled through
especially American Indians 71. Warren Beatty’s Oscar- 29. Van Gogh started with two State agencies and departments projects on local roads, such as sealing June 2012, have resulted in over 100
40. ____ receiver winner of these report that all of the proceeds from and resurfacing, but many cities and scientists and 1,000 other highly-
41. What dryer does 72. *Type of trader 31. Gremlins
43. East of Java 73. They can be dangerous 32. Mediterranean boot
For Solution today’s bond sale will be expended counties have combined these funds trained researchers being recruited
44. Offered by Abraham for boats 33. Similar to Cecilia See Page 7 by June of 2012. In addition, agencies with other local or federal funds to to the state. The Stanford Stem Cell
and departments are continuing to complete larger road projects. Institute estimates that each of these
implement the Governor’s directive researchers will bring an average of
to commit unspent bond proceeds K-12 School Construction $1.5 million in research funding to
LEGAL ADS FOR to infrastructure projects throughout
the state. This means unspent bond
Existing funding for K-12 school
construction will be fully expended
California, for a total of $150 million
of additional research funding and
proceeds will have been reduced from by December 2011. The additional associated jobs.
SACRAMENTO $13.4 billion in January of 2011 to $3
billion in June of 2012.
$1 billion provided in the fall 2011
bond sale will fund the start of Natural Resource Agency
The following is a summary of how approximately 450 new projects, The current balance of
COUNTY? proceeds from yesterday’s bond sale,
as well as existing bond balances, are
which is anticipated to consist of
approximately 250 modernization
approximately $4.2 billion is being
used by the Resources Agency,
We being put to work: projects, 130 new construction
projects and 70 other projects. Exact
including the Department of Water
Resources, to fund 7,696 ongoing
Can Do CALTRANS
Caltrans will be able to start 26
projects will be identified by the State
projects, including over 3,000 parks
and trails construction projects, over
That! new projects, with a total (multi-year)
construction cost of $1.2 billion, California Community Colleges
1,000 restoration projects, over 600
flood projects and 600 water projects.
with this additional $450 million in Community Colleges will be able These projects have also leveraged
bond proceeds. These projects are to start five new construction and approximately $3.5 billion in non-
designed to increase traffic flow by modernization projects with the $24 state funds.
adding lanes, widening roadways, million in additional bond proceeds. Departments are using these funds
Call to place and installing traffic management to start an average of 125 new projects
systems. These 26 projects are California Institute for per month and this rate is expected to
your legal expected to create an additional Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) continue for the foreseeable future.
advertising 30,000 jobs.
These new Caltrans projects
CIRM’s approximately $190
million in existing proceeds, plus Source: Governor’s Press Office
described above are expected to the additional $50 million, will be
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Arrest Made In Fatal Motorcycle Taking Care After Breast Cancer
Crash On Capital City Freeway doctor can help cancer survivors stay
healthy and cancer-free.
Cancer survivors are at greater risk
for cancer recurrence and developing
your individual needs. The American
Society of Clinical Oncology
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be performed every three to six
From Officer Lizz Dutton, I-80 east of Madison Avenue. new cancers due to the effects months for the first three years,
Public Information Officer, The California Highway Patrol is of treatment, unhealthy lifestyle every six to 12 months for years four
currently investigating the identity behaviors, underlying genetics, or and five, and annually thereafter.
The California Highway Patrol and location of the driver of the risk factors that contributed to their Mammography should be performed
On October 24, 2011 at Volkswagen. first occurrence of cancer. The on an annual basis after treatment for
approximately 8:50 p.m., Robert On October 26, 2011, at majority of breast cancer recurrence breast cancer ends.
Wilson, a 64 year old from North approximately 11:30 a.m., happens in the first five years after If you have undergone breast-
Highlands was riding a blue Sequoia Jones, a 22 year old from cancer treatment ends. conserving surgery, a post-treatment
2003 Suzuki GZ 250 motorcycle Sacramento met with investigators After beating cancer with a mammogram should be obtained at
northbound on SR-51 north of for an interview regarding the above marathon of tests and treatments, the least six months after completion
El Camino Avenue. Wilson collision, however; she invoked last thing on most survivors’ minds of radiation therapy. Then, unless
was traveling in the #3 lane at her rights and refused to give a is more medical care. But regular otherwise indicated, yearly
approximately 65 mph. A white statement. Jones was arrested and
By James N. Martin, Jr, MD doctor’s visits can help improve mammograms should be performed.
Volkswagen Beetle was traveling booked into the Sacramento County President, The American quality of life after cancer and provide In addition to continued care,
northbound on SR-51 north of El Jail on the following charges: Congress of Obstetricians an opportunity to ask questions and you should consume a healthy diet,
Camino Avenue, in an unknown 20001(a) VC- felony hit and run and get a doctor’s advice. Additionally, exercise, not smoke, and drink
lane, negotiating through traffic Sequoia Jones, 22, of Sacramento. and Gynecologists early detection of any new cancers alcohol, moderately, if at all.
192 (c) VC- vehicular manslaughter
and approaching the motorcyclist. CHPD Photo. There are more than 2.5 million increase the chance of survival and Discuss any concerns about health
with gross negligence. Her bail was
The left front of Volkswagen struck set at $500,000. breast cancer survivors living in reassurance on the absence of cancer care costs with your doctor. Cancer
the right side of the motorcycle fatal injuries at the scene. Any additional information about the US. Thanks to advances in the strengthens peace of mind. can create heavy economic burdens
causing Wilson to be ejected into The driver of the Mitsubishi this release should contact Officer early detection and treatment of Once you have completed cancer on women and their families.
the #2 lane. Shortly thereafter, a red stopped at the collision scene. The Dutton who will be available at cancer, most women diagnosed with treatment, your follow-up plan of Resources are available for women
1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse traveling driver of the Volkswagen initially the CHP North Sacramento Area breast cancer in the US will live for care should include a schedule of who need financial assistance to
in the #2 lane was approaching the stopped at the scene but moments business phone number of (916)338- many years. But once the cancer is recommended follow-up visits, cover health care costs.
collision scene. The driver was later, fled the scene in their vehicle. 6710, Monday through Friday 8:00 gone, they often face a new set of screenings, and medical tests and For more information, visit the
unable to take evasive movement The Volkswagen was located a short to 5:00 p.m. physical, emotional, and financial should specify which doctor in your National Cancer Institute’s “Coping
and struck Wilson. Wilson sustained time later, unoccupied, on eastbound challenges. Establishing a plan for medical team will be responsible for with Cancer” webpage at cancer.
follow-up care and maintaining open each. The frequency of follow-up gov/cancertopics/coping.
and ongoing communication with a visits should be adjusted according to
Local Levee Improvements Set to Begin Republican Women to Hear
Sacramento – The U.S. Army also be posted along levee access The surveys identify and inventory
Corps of Engineers Sacramento points and detour routes, redirect- dozens of erosion sites along the
District, in cooperation with the
California Central Valley Flood
ing pedestrian and recreational
traffic safely around closed levee
Sacramento River and its tributar-
ies. More than 100 sites have been
Retired U.S. Attorney
Protection Board, will be repairing portions and occasionally onto ad- repaired and repairs on the highest American River Republican She also advised federal prosecutors The Luncheon will be held
two levee erosion sites along the jacent streets. ranking sites continue each year. Women Federated will host Guest on criminal forfeiture law and at Lake Natoma Inn, 702 Gold
south bank of the American River “We are communicating directly This year, the Corps will also begin Speaker, Kristin Door, Forfeiture procedures, during her years with the Lake Drive, Folsom, CA 95630.
between Watt Ave. and the Mayhew with local residents, neighborhood repairs on sites along the Feather Attorney and retired U.S. Attorney, U.S. Attorney’s Office. Republican Women and men are
Drain, weather permitting, between and school leaders,” said Corps and Sacramento rivers. at their luncheon meeting on Kristin has opened her criminal welcome. Membership is open to
November 2011 and July 2012. project manager Dave Cook. The U.S. Army Corps of November 12, 2011. Kristin Door defense law office in Sacramento, all Republican Women and Men.
Be on the lookout for approxi- “Construction will be intermittent Engineers Sacramento District has over ten years experience specializing in forfeiture cases. As Sign in at 11:30 A.M. Luncheon at
mately 25 trucks making up to but ongoing for quite a while, so we provides flood risk management, prosecuting both civil and criminal Guest Speaker, she will be talking 12 Noon. Cost is $27. RSVP to 916-
150 trips per day, entering, exiting want to make sure they are aware of navigation, watershed planning and cases as a forfeiture attorney for about the conflict between the 698-1288 by November 9, 2011.
and operating on top of the levee what’s going on and provide com- ecosystem services in parts of eight the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Eastern Federal Government and the State of Go to www.americanriverrwf.org
during construction periods. Flag- munication avenues for updates western states, including California, District of California, in Sacramento. California on the Marijuana laws. for more information.
personnel will guide equipment during the project.” Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado,
along the narrow levee road during As part of the Sacramento River Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming.
construction. Detour signs, maps,
temporary fencing and points of
contact for more information will
Bank Protection project, the Corps
began annual erosion surveys of the
Sacramento River System in 1997.
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Audubon Meeting to Feature
Mongolia’s Gobi Desert Nature Reserve
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superintendent of Anza-Borrego in the park in San Diego County grave mounds, petroglyphs, and
Desert State Park, will recount his as a naturalist and ultimately park other archaeological sites.
experiences in Anza-Borrego’s sister superintendent, has made six trips An excellent photographer,
park in the Gobi Desert of Mongolia to Ikh Nart Nature Reserve to share Jorgensen will share his photos
at the November 17 meeting of the his park and resource management of the Mongolian landscape,
Sacramento Audubon Society. experience with the rangers of the archaeological treasures, and such
The public is invited to the 7 p.m. Mongolian Steppes. rare wildlife as the Argali sheep,
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LEGAL ADVERTISING Legal Advertising
P.O. Box 14
916-773-2999 Adjudicated For and By the County of Sacramento, Adjudication No. 317294–February 7, 1984 Carmichael, CA 95609
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Barbara K. Saia, deceased on or 1713 Daphne Ave., Sacramento, interest in the property to be sold Lane, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. Filed CA 95814 and show cause, if IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
STATEMENT #1108485. Liddell
Enterprises Inc., 925 National Dr.
about September 12, 2011, you are
here notified that S. Reno Saia is
CA 95864. Filed with the Clerk of
plus reasonable estimated costs,
expenses and advances at the
with the Clerk of Sacramento
County on Oct. 17, 2011.
any, why the petition for change
of name should not be granted.
that a copy of this Order to
Show Cause be published in the
#101, Sacramento, CA 95834
is doing business under the
the executor/trustee of Barbara K.
Saia’s estate. At this time no probate
Publish October 19, 26, November
2, 9, 2011.
time of the initial publication of
the Notice of Sale is $62,731.18.
Publish October 26, November 2, 9,
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that a copy of this Order to
Carmichael Times, a Newspaper
of General Circulation, printed in
Fictitious Business Name “Classic administration is contemplated 16SQUA 11003 11-9-11 It is possible that at the time of EVERLA 11004 11-16-11 Show Cause be published in the Sacramento County, once a week
Promotions” at 925 National Dr. regarding the above referred
SUPERIOR COURT OF
sale the opening bid may be less
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
Carmichael Times, a Newspaper for four consecutive weeks prior Routes
#101, Sacramento, CA 95834. decedent estate. Any action to than the total indebtedness due. of General Circulation, printed in to the date set for hearing on the
Filed with the Clerk of Sacramento
County on Oct. 5, 2011.
contest the validity of the will must be
brought in the Court of Sacramento
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
In addition to cash, the Trustee
will accept a cashier’s check drawn
STATEMENT #1107974. Kathy
Doigle, 5232 Adelaide Way,
Sacramento County, once a week
for four consecutive weeks prior
petition. Dated: Oct. 12, 2011.
Kevin R. Culhane
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Carmichael, CA 95608 is doing
Publish October 12, 19, 26,
November 2, 2011.
County, California within the latter
to occur sixty days from the Date CHANGE OF NAME
on a state or national bank, or a state
or federal credit union, or a state or business under the Fictitious
Business Name “Pearls &
to the date set for hearing on the
petition. Dated: Oct. 26, 2011.
Judge of the Superior Court
Publish November 2, 9, 16, 23, Call
CLASSI 11002 11-2-11 of the second publication of this federal savings and loan association, Kevin R. Culhane 2011.
SUPERIOR COURT OF
notice, or thirty days from the WHEREAS, Shu Chuan Wu
has filed a petition with this court
savings association, or savings Proverbs” at 5232 Adelaide Way,
Carmichael, CA 95608. Filed
Judge of the Superior Court MULLIN 11101 11-23-11 773-1111
date of mailing this notice to all bank specified in Section 5102 of Publish November 2, 9, 16, 23,
CALIFORNIA heirs of the decedent, spouse of for a decree changing name of the Financial Code and authorized with the Clerk of Sacramento 2011.
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO the decedent, and beneficiaries Annie Lin to Annie Eliana Lin. to do business in California. County on Sept. 19, 2011. TRAVIS 11101 11-23-11
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE under the will/trust whose identities IT IS ORDERED that all Said sale will be made, in an Publish October 26, November 2, 9,
CHANGE OF NAME
are reasonably ascertainable.
Any claim not filed within this
persons interested in the above
entitled matter appear before this
“AS IS” condition, but without
covenant or warranty, express or
PEARLS 11004 11-16-11
SUPERIOR COURT OF
LEGAL ADS FOR
WHEREAS, Blayne Irving court at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 20, COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
has filed a petition with this court
for a decree changing name of
period shall be forever barred.
Notice is further Given that all 2012 in Dept. 16, located at 720
9th St., Room 102, Sacramento,
implied, regarding title, possession
or encumbrances, to satisfy the
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #1109082. Rio Mobile
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
persons indebted to the decedent indebtedness secured by said Solutions, LLC, 4175 Los Coches
Blayne Irving to Evyl Blayne. or to the estate are requested to CA 95814 and show cause, if Deed of Trust, advances there #34-2011-00112149
IT IS ORDERED that all any, why the petition for change Way, Sacramento, CA 95864 is WHEREAS, Ryan Duane
persons interested in the above
make immediate payment to the
undersigned executor/trustee. of name should not be granted.
under, with interest as provided,
and the unpaid principal of the
doing business under the Fictitious
Business Names “Rio Mobile
Mullins has filed a petition We Can Do That!
entitled matter appear before this Creditors having claims against IT IS FURTHER ORDERED Note secured by said Deed of Trust with this court for a decree
Solutions; Rio” at 4175 Los Coches
court at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 13,
2012 in Dept. 16, located at 720
the estate must mail them to the that a copy of this Order to
Show Cause be published in the
with interest thereon as provided in Way, Sacramento, CA 95864.
changing name of Ryan Duane
Mullins to Emma Ryan Mullins.
Call to place your
executor/trustee via certified mail, said Note, plus fees, charges and
9th St., Room 102, Sacramento, return receipt requested, unless Carmichael Times, a Newspaper expenses of the Trustee and of the
Filed with the Clerk of Sacramento
County on Oct. 26, 2011.
IT IS ORDERED that all legal advertising
CA 95814 and show cause, if creditors claims are mailed by of General Circulation, printed trusts created by said Deed of Trust. persons interested in the above
any, why the petition for change in Sacramento County, once a Publish November 2, 9, 16, 23, 2011. entitled matter appear before this
the latter to occur at sixty days If required by the provisions of RIOMOB 11101 11-23-11
of name should not be granted. from the second publication of week for four consecutive weeks Section 2923.5 of the California court at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 27,
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED this notice or thirty days from prior to the date set for hearing on Civil Code, the declaration from FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 2012 in Dept. 16, located at 720
that a copy of this Order to the date of mailing this notice, the petition. Dated: Oct. 7, 2011. the mortgagee, beneficiary or STATEMENT #1109016. Ray 9th St., Room 102, Sacramento, All Legal Ads Published in the Carmichael Times
Show Cause be published in the a claim shall be forever barred, Kevin R. Culhane authorized agent is attached to Robert Renardson, 5035 Sparrow CA 95814 and show cause, if
Carmichael Times, a Newspaper unmless otherwise allowed or paid. Judge of the Superior Court the Notice of Trustee’s Sale duly Ct., Carmichael, CA 95608 is
of General Circulation, printed in Dated: September 26, 2011 Publish October 19, 26, November recorded with the appropriate doing business under the Fictitious
Sacramento County, once a week Executor: S. Reno Saia, 1508 2, 9, 2011. County Recorder’s Office. Business Name “Professional
for four consecutive weeks prior Wyant Way, Sacramento, CA WU 11003 11-9-11 DATED: October 5, 2011 Drywall Service” at 5035 Sparrow
to the date set for hearing on the 95864. HERITAGE INSTITUTE FOR Ct., Carmichael, CA 95608. Filed
petition. Dated: Sept. 30, 2011. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
Publish October 19, 26, November APN No: 012-0073-012 FAMILY ADVOCACY with the Clerk of Sacramento
Kevin R. Culhane 2, 2011. 1010 Hurley Way, Suite 290 County on Oct. 25, 2011.
Ref: Desmond David Reynoso
Judge of the Superior Court SAIA 11003 11-2-11 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT Sacramento, CA 95825 Publish November 2, 9, 16, 23, We sell pre-owned furniture, large appliances, toys, linens,
Publish October 12, 19, 26, 2011.
November 2, 2011. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME UNDER A DEED OF TRUST Phone/Sale Information
(916) 564-4111 PRODRY 11101 11-23-11
collectible items, sporting goods, housewares and clothing
DATED DECEMBER 24, 2008,
BLAYNE 11002 11-2-11 STATEMENT #1108438. Nichlas
Pantis, 4104 Marshall Ave., UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO By: Sally Wheeler-Valine
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
for men, women and children. We have anything you need
Trustee’s Sale Officer
SUPERIOR COURT OF
Carmichael, CA 95608 is doing PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC Heritage Institute for Family
STATEMENT #1109047. Beverly and if we don’t we will find it for you.
business under the Fictitious M. Mills, 4824 Old Kent Lane,
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO SALE. IF YOU NEED AN Advocacy is attempting to collect a R Thrift Shop offers seniors a fifteen
Business Name “Catering Center” at Sacramento, CA 95841 is doing
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE debt. Any information obtained will
7600 Fair Oaks Blvd., Carmichael, business under the Fictitious percent discount every day, and a portion
CHANGE OF NAME OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST be used for that purpose.
CA 95608. Filed with the Clerk of Business Name “Mills Real Estate
#34-2011-00109971 Sacramento County on Oct. 5, 2011. YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT Publish October 26, November 2,
and Investments” at 641 Fulton of the store’s proceeds is dedicated to the
WHEREAS, La’ Creshe A LAWYER. 9, 2011.
Shanaye Acevedo has filed a
Publish October 19, 26, November
Notice is hereby given that HERITA 11004 11-9-11
Ave. #200, Sacramento, CA 95825. Carmichael Park and Recreation District.
2, 9, 2011. Filed with the Clerk of Sacramento
petition with this court for a decree CATERI 11003 11-9-11 Ron Doster, as duly appointed NOTICE OF SALE OF County on Oct. 25, 2011. Once a month we sponser a child in a sport
changing name of La’ Creshe trustee pursuant to the Deed of Publish November 2, 9, 16, 23, 2011.
Shanaye Acevedo to Kara Acevedo. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Trust executed by DESMOND D.
ABANDONED PERSONAL of their choice by paying for enrollment
PROPERTY MILLSR 11101 11-23-11
IT IS ORDERED that all persons STATEMENT #1108485. Liddell REYNOSO, DATED December 24, Notice is hereby given that FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME fees and uniform costs.
interested in the above entitled Enterprises Inc., 925 National Dr. 2008 and recorded March 26, 2009, under and pursuant to Section 1988 STATEMENT #1108441. Kim Hoai
matter appear before this court at #101, Sacramento, CA 95834 as Instrument No. 0005807543, in Nguyen, 8573 Allisa Way, Elk Grove,
Donations to the store can be made daily
of the California Civil Code, the
1:30 p.m. on Dec. 2, 2011 in Dept. 13, is doing business under the book 20090326 page 1160 official Property listed below, believed to be CA 95624 and Van Nguyen Tran, and pick-up service is available by request.
located at 720 9th St., Sacramento, Fictitious Business Name “Classic records in the office of the County abandoned by Mildred D. Burch, 7767 Black Sand Way, Antelope,
CA 95814 and show cause, if Promotions” at 925 National Dr. Recorder of Sacramento County, whose last known address was CA 95843 are doing business
any, why the petition for change #101, Sacramento, CA 95834. State of California, will sell on 6740 Sutter Ave., Carmichael, CA under the Fictitious Business Name
of name should not be granted. Filed with the Clerk of Sacramento November 16, 2011 at 10:00 AM, 95608, will be sold at public auction “Divine Salon” at 6913 Greenback
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED County on Oct. 6, 2011. at the Main entrance to Sacramento at 6740 Sutter Ave., Carmichael, Lane, Citrus Heights, CA 95621.
that a copy of this Order to
Show Cause be published in the
Publish October 19, 26, November
2, 9, 2011.
County Courthouse, 720 9th Street,
Sacramento County, California at
CA 95608, on Monday, Nov. Filed with the Clerk of Sacramento
County on Oct. 5, 2011.
Store Hours: 9am-7pm Daily
14, 2011 at 12:00 o’clock P.M.
Carmichael Times, a Newspaper LIDDEL 11003 11-9-11 public auction, to the highest bidder DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Publish November 2, 9, 16, 23,
of General Circulation, printed in for cash or check as described Household Personal Property 2011.
Sacramento County, once a week
for four consecutive weeks prior
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT #1108470. Jakobus
below, payable in full at time of
sale, all right, title and interest in
consisting of but not limited to DIVINE 11101 11-23-11 ogue’s Residential • Commercial
Vos, 5327 Constellation Way, Entertainment cabinet, end tables,
SUPERIOR COURT OF
to the date set for hearing on the
petition. Dated: Aug. 30, 2011. Sacramento, CA 95841 is doing
an undivided one-half interest
conveyed to and now held by it
Craftsman riding mower and trailer,
electronics, barbecue, plastic chairs,
business under the Fictitious
Kevin R. Culhane
Judge of the Superior Court Business Name “The Yard
under said Deed of Trust, in the
property situated in said County and
books, bookcase, framed art,
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ontrol
Butlers” at 5327 Constellation dishes, glassware, sofa, dresser,
Publish October 12, 19, 26, State and as more fully described CHANGE OF NAME
Way, Sacramento, CA 95841. oak rocker, bedroom sets and all Call for
November 2, 2011. in the above-referenced Deed of #34-2011-00113089
Filed with the Clerk of Sacramento other items in and on said property.
WHEREAS, David Travis
Over 24 Year’s
ACEVED 11002 11-2-11 Trust. The street address and other a Free Estimate
County on Oct. 6, 2011. common designation, if any, of the
Dated October 27, 2011
and Amelia Martin have filed a Experience
NOTICE OF PETITION TO Publish October 19, 26, November Tom Frankhouser
real property described above is petition with this court for a decree Ken Pogue, Owner
2, 9, 2011.
THEYAR 11003 11-9-11
purported to be: 2789 Land Park Publish Nov. 2, 9, 2011.
changing name of Cameron
Alee Moana Padama-Travis to Licensed • Bonded • Insured
Drive, Sacramento, CA 95818. The SILICO 11001 11-9-11
BARBARA K. SAIA (deceased) undersigned Trustee disclaims any Cameron Alec Moana Travis.
To all heirs, beneficiaries, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
liability for any incorrectness of the FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME IT IS ORDERED that all
creditors, and contingent creditors of STATEMENT #1108647. Joseph
street address and other common STATEMENT #1108749. Jacob persons interested in the above
and persons who may be otherwise M. Dolce, 1713 Daphne Ave.,
Sacramento, CA 95864 is doing designation, if any, shown herein. Beede, 8855 Bluff Lane, Fair Oaks, entitled matter appear before this
interested in the will or estate, or both court at 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 17,
of BARBARA K. SAIA (deceased):
To all persons regarding
business under the Fictitious
Business Name “16Squarez” at
The total amount of the unpaid
balance with interest thereon of
CA 95628 is doing business under
the Fictitious Business Name 2012 in Dept. 16, located at 720 C a r m i c h a e l T i m e s . c o m
any, why the petition for change
of name should not be granted.
the obligation secured by the “Everlong Clothing” at 8855 Bluff 9th St., Room 102, Sacramento,
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November 2, 2011 Carmichael Times Page 9
Arts, Entertainment and
Other Fun Things to do!
Tree Pruning Clinic at Carmichael See’s Candy Holiday Fundraiser
for Kiwanis Family House
and Arden-Dimick Libraries Sacramento Region – The See’s
Candy Store is holding a fund-
provides temporary housing and
support to families with seriously ill
Family House, Free admission, no
reservations, open to the public,
raiser, located at 2820 Marconi Ave. or injured children and adults being Contact Phone: 916-215-1460.
Carmichael - Extend the life 2 p.m.: Arden-Dimick Library, , Ste 2, Sacramento from Saturday, treated at the UC Davis Medical For more information, visit www.
and beauty of trees and learn how 891 Watt Avenue, Sacramento. November 19 through Saturday Foundation and Shriners Hospital in kiwanisfamilyhouse.org.
to gain maximum benefit for years Leineke will show a variety December 31. The fundraiser is Sacramento.
to come at two free Sacramento of pruning tools and conduct a for Kiwanis Family House, which Sponsoring organization: Kiwanis
Public Library branch programs. walkabout on each of the library
Lu a n n e L e i n e ke of t h e grounds to look at tree structure.
Sacramento Tree Foundation will
discuss pruning 2- to 8-year-old
trees to develop good structure
The tree clinic is offered by the
Sacramento Tree Foundation in
partnership with SMUD.
SCC Music News Pops Concert
Sacramento Region – The on the following dates: Building, on the Sacramento City
and form on Saturday, December Sacramento City College Choral · Thursday, November 3 at 12:10 pm. College campus.
3 at: For more information, tele- Department, under the direction of Admission for this concert is free. The Sacramento City College
10:30 a . m .: C a r m ic h a el phone the Sacramento Public Doreen Irwin, will present its Fall · Friday, November 4 at 8:00 pm. campus is located at 3835 Freeport
Library, 5605 Marconi Avenue, Library at (916) 264-2920 or visit “Pops Concert”, featuring student Admission for this concert is $5.00. Blvd., Sacramento 95822. For more
Carmichael. www.saclibrary.org. soloists presenting popular vocal Both concerts will be located information, contact Doreen Irwin at
tunes. The concerts will be presented in Room A27 of the Auditorium 558-2496.
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Contributing to the cultural life of the Sacramento community Farmers’ Market, every Sunday, 8-1
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Exhibition Schedule Other Farmers Market Locations include:
November 1-19, 2011 Annual Photography Show December 14-January 28, 2012 Winter Holiday Sunrise Mall, Citrus Heights
November 22-December 3, 2011 Ars Gratia Artis All Membership Show
December 9-11, 2011 Holiday Craft Fair
Every Saturday, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Ars Gratia Artis Come join us for our Farmers
Visions – 2011 SFAC Juried Photography Show The Most Exciting Art Event in Town Market at beautiful Carmichael
• Trinidad Farms Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice • Gold Rush Kettle Corn
Opens Tuesday November 1st • El Dorado Coffee Company • The Pasta Queen • The Cultured Kitchen
Park with over 40 certiﬁed and • The Basket Guy • Four Seasons Sauces and Jams • Gourmet Veggie Chips
organic farmers and specialty item • The Crazy Gringo Taco Wagon • California Pistachios • Z-Pies Gourmet
vendors. This Farmers Market in Pot Pies • Chacewater Extra Virgin Olive Oils • Mother Earth
the heart of Carmichael is special: homemade food cart • Upper Crust Baking Company • Knife Sharpening
Services • Skylake Ranch Pomegranite Sauces, Juice and Marinade
offering a wonderful park-like • All things lavender from the Lavender Farm • Davis Breads and Deserts
setting making it a special occasion
shopping for fresh fruit, vegetables, New Arrivals:
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• Nicasio Cheese • Penrod/Howze Honey • Butte Family Farms Organic
Eggs & Produce • Ge Lao Fresh Cut Flowers • Dragon Gourmet Mushrooms
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Gallery Viewing November 22 - December 3, 2011 Farmers/Vendors from Live Food Academy • Venezuelan Arepas from KAS Foods • Gourmet
Best of Show, “Lucy”, by Gail Parris Reception December 4, 2011 at 1-3 pm, to ChooseFrom. Goat Cheese by Jollity Farms • Fresh Baked breads by Sacramento Baking
Drawing at 3pm. Company • Healthy Homemade Dog food by Vibra Pet • The best pastries in
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Carmichael Recreation and
Park District is announcing
these upcoming events
Holiday Craft Faire
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2011
MISSION OAKS COMMUNITY CENTER
Extended Tours Luxury Motorcoach
• Italian Vistas • Winter Wonderettes
March 12-24, 2012 • $4,029 pp double Wednesday, Dec 7, 2011 • $117/person
• Southern Charm Includes show tickets and lunch in Jamestown
April 22-29, 2012 • $2,404 pp double • Christmas around San Francisco
Patriots Park Wall of Honor • Netherlands, Belgium, and Paris December 17-18, 2011 • $245/pp/double
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Saturday, November 5, 10am dinner & more
Monthly newsletter available online and
Join us in honoring our local heroes at Patriots Park, 6825 Palm Avenue, Fair Oaks, CA at the community center for additional • 2021 Rose Parade
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KIDS HANG OUT! FREE Travel Program
at La Sierra Community Center WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9
Pick-up at designated schools Extended Vacations Travel Show at 10 am
Extended Vacations Travel Show at 10 am
available! PackingLight Demo by Jon Holloway at 11 am
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See our website for more information.
New Friday Computer Classes
Every Sunday at Carmichael Park Swanston Community Center • 9-10am
8AM-1PM Nov 4: Craigslist & Ebay
5750 Grant Avenue, Nov 11: Facebook & Social Media
Carmichael, CA 95608 Nov 18: Digital Camera to Computer
Entrance on Grant Avenue off Fair Oaks Blvd.
$10 per class/$25 for three • For more info 333-6464 or www.morpd.com
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& PARK DISTRICT 3344 Mission Ave., Carmichael CA 95608
Office Hours: 8 am–5 pm MISSION OAKS COMMUNITY CENTER
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Registration Hours: 4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael CA 95608
8:30am-4pm Monday-Friday SWANSTON COMMUNITY CENTER
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Carmichael Times Page 10 November 2, 2011
Massage for Men and Women Chamber of Commerce
Foot Massage Therapy $25.00/Hr. Carmichael Chamber Mixer
Wed, Nov 9, 2011 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm @
Foot & Back Strategies to Empower People (STEP)
Free food and drink and great networking opportunities.
Massage Therapy $35.00/Hr. Bring a raffle prize and plenty of business cards.
Contact: Linda Melody • Email: email@example.com
Deep Tissue Carmichael Chamber Luncheon
Tue, Nov 15, 2011 from 11:30am - 1:00pm @
Body Massage Therapy Cypress Avenue Baptist Church
Speaker is Sacramento County Supervisor Susan Peters.
$45.00/Hr Luncheon meeting is held in the Education Building and is
the Chamber General Meeting & Luncheon. Raffle prizes!
Register by Thursday, Nov. 10. $15 Members; $20 Guests;
Members who don’t pre-register will be charged the non-
916-944-8777 member price of $20 at the door.
On-line pre-registration will close on Sunday night.
Contact: Linda Melody Email: • firstname.lastname@example.org
7735 Fair Oaks Blvd. Phone: 916-481-1002
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November 2, 2011 Carmichael Times Page 11
Veterans Day Event in Carmichael Federal Injunction To Be Filed
forth welling of respect. Families
of boys lost still speak with tear-
filled eyes of gratitude for their
own not forgotten by a great man.
Against California Open Carry Ban
Subsequent Days of Remem- Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit to be filed on
brance were mostly limited to
Garfield Elementary classes visiting Anniversary of Second Amendment
the memorial. Teaching can go both Commentary from California Legislature has created a the law (Penal Code section 12031).
ways as students bring up family mirror image of the landmark decision The attorney for the defendant in that
members, friends, those known in
by the United States Supreme Court. case, the Sheriff of San Diego County
the community. The Nature Area On December 15, 1791, Virginia The decision, issued in 2008, held argued that the Heller decision did
Committee realized the need to reach became the 10th of 14 states to that the individual has the right to not apply outside of the home. The
out further and was fortunate to find approve 10 of the 12 proposed openly carry a loaded firearm for attorney also argued that the Second
seven out of fourteen families and amendments to the United States the purpose of self-defense; except Amendment should not apply to the
many former students for our “Day Constitution; giving the Bill of Rights in certain “sensitive” places such as County of San Diego because it was
to Honor and Remember”. Those the two-thirds majority of state schools and government buildings. located near the Mexican border.
found met more when they attended, ratification necessary to go into effect. The High Court held that a law The Federal judge in the case did
along with a variety of veterans, On December 15, 2011 a Federal banning handguns, even though not buy either of those arguments.
families, and friends with stories to Civil Rights Lawsuit will be filed it exempted long guns (rifles and The lawsuit seeking an injunction
Veteran’s Memorial at Earl J. Koobs Nature Area. Photo courtesy of Earl J. Koobs Nature Area Committee. share. This interaction and expressed seeking an injunction against a shotguns) was unconstitutional. to California Penal Code section
community interest encouraged the California law that was passed Two Federal lawsuits which 12031, to the extent it makes it
By Linda E. Jones, Chairperson a memorial to 14 students from La in 1967 which makes it a crime
Nature Area Committee to continue. had been brought in California to a crime to openly carry a loaded
Earl J. Koobs Sierra High School who died for to openly carry a loaded firearm.
The observance has become tradition obtain permits to carry handguns firearm for the purpose of self-
Nature Area Committee our country. This is the first known Ironically, the law recently passed
Vietnam Memorial in California, now, with this being our 10th concealed failed, in part, because the defense will be brought in the
Carmichael – The Earl J. Koobs consecutive year honoring veterans by the California Legislature and Federal judges cited the exception to Federal Central District of California.
Nature Area all started with a was made in metal shop by students signed into law by Governor Jerry
remembering their own classmates. on the eleventh month, eleventh day California law for openly carrying California Right To Carry is a
teacher’s off-hand suggestion and and eleventh hour. We also now Brown (AB 144) making it a crime a loaded handgun when one was in California nonprofit registered with
high school students’ endearing There is not much more history to openly carry even an unloaded
available until the 80’s. In 1988, observe Memorial Day as a time grave, immediate danger. With the the California Secretary of State.
perseverance to purchase about 4 1/2 to remember those who gave the handgun has greatly simplified the passage of AB 144, that exception It does not solicit or accept public
acres in Carmichael as a nature and the nature area was almost sold lawsuit. Under a 9th Circuit Court of
for lack of use and interest. The ultimate sacrifice for our country. no longer exists. The Chief Federal donations for its organization.
environmental studies area in 1971. Planning, preparations, and Appeals decision in May of 2011 it Judge for the Southern District of Operating expenses are provided
Even Governor Reagan and President community of Garfield Elementary, would have been necessary to show
as “Save Our Soil” rallied and again ceremony are by the Nature Area California said she was unable to entirely by its membership. 100% of
Nixon donated to the students’ cause. Committee, La Sierra graduates, that the California law which requires rule on whether or not the section of the donations to the legal fund will be
A California ecology grant helped saved this precious resource by openly carried firearms to be unloaded
establishing an educational trust; CalCadet Corps and other local the California Penal Code making used for the Federal lawsuit. None of
pay the balance. The area was later veterans, Kiwanis Club of until one was in grave, immediate it a crime to openly carry a loaded the money goes to the organization
named for Mr. Koobs, the biology it will always be here for future danger was a “substantial burden.”
generational sharing, learning Carmichael, teachers, students, handgun before one was in danger was – California Right To Carry.
teacher who planted seeds of an idea. scouts, families and friends. Color With the passage of AB 144, this constitutional, because neither party Donations are not tax deductible.
Note: He is now called “Ranger about nature…and so much more! will no longer be necessary. The
There was a very special re- Guard will be by local Boy Scouts, challenged the constitutionality of
Jack”, but is still very involved. Girl Scouts and Venture Crew.
You may find our Vietnam dedication Nov 10, 1988 of the
We welcome you to join us as
Memorial especially intriguing.
In 1973, while many were still
in disbelief of America’s losses,
La Sierra High School Memorial
that included featured speaker
B.T. Collins. Just mentioning his
gates to the area will be open from
10:00am to 2:00pm and color guard
ceremony will be at 11:00am.
Lungren Votes to Repeal
Burdensome Tax Provision
the nature area’s symbol became name in this community brings
Washington, D.C.– Congressman percent of all government payments America’s Job Creators has sent
SJUSD Seeks Principals for a Day Dan Lungren (R-Gold River-CA)
issued the following statement
on 10/28/11 after Congress voted
made to contractors and suppliers. “I
am continuing to support legislation
that helps create an environment
the Senate over 10 pro growth jobs
bills. H.R. 674, which is supported
by the President, now heads to the
Community leaders offered a chance to be a Principal for a Day – in a bipartisan manner – for
H.R. 674. This bill would prevent
that will assist businesses to hire
more people. Americans are
Senate. I hope they will quickly
act- as we have–and pass this bill.
in San Juan Unified a three percent withholding
tax that would have been yet
struggling to find work and it is
paramount that Congress takes the
We owe it to the American people.”
Congressman Dan Lungren
San Juan Unified schools will offer Any and all interested community Superintendent Glynn Thompson. another burden on our economy. necessary steps to restore certainty serves as the Chairman of the House
community leaders and volunteers members are invited to participate WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 8 Under this withholding, federal, and place the country on a path Administration Committee in
a unique look inside learning by by signing-up at http://www. On campuses from the start of school state and many local governments to economic growth. “As of now addition to serving on the Judiciary
inviting them to be a Principal for sanjuan.edu/pfad. Requests for (~7:30 a.m.) to 11:45 a.m will be required to withhold three our House Republican Plan for andHomelandSecurityCommittees.
a Day on Nov. 8. Guest principals specific schools will be accepted but Luncheon from noon – 1:30 p.m.
will join school principals to conduct final assignments will be based on
learning walks to see classroom
instruction first hand, greet students,
take part in campus events and even
help with supervision and yard duty.
WHAT: SJUSD’s first Principal for
a Day event welcomes community
leaders and volunteers to each of
WHERE: Each of SJUSD’s 70+
school sites; Luncheon hosted at the
Citrus Heights Community Center
WHO: Open to all interested
Check Before You Burn
Sacramento County – Check All burning is prohibited in any de- wood burning is the sole source of
The day will begin at the start the District’s 70+ schools to see members of the community; Space
of school and go through noon Before You Burn Starts November vice when fine particle pollution is heat. Financial hardship waiver ap-
instruction first hand and take part limited as only one guest principal
when participants will gather at the 1 in Sacramento County and its forecast to exceed 35 micrograms per proved by the Air Pollution Control
in administration of the school for will be assigned to each school.
Citrus Heights Community Center Cities The fifth season of the cubic meter. It is illegal to burn any Officer – must be renewed each burn
a morning. Participants will then More Info / Sign-up: Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality solid fuel, including wood, manufac- season; Devices that operate exclu-
for a luncheon and celebration of gather for a celebratory lunch and
achievements. http://www.sanjuan.edu/pfad Management District’s Check Before tured logs and pellets. sively with natural gas or propane
state of the district address by Interim You Burn program starts November Stage 1 – No Burn – Unless Cooking devices; Ceremonial fires
1 and runs through February 29, Exempt. It is illegal to burn when related to specific religious activities.
END of the
2012. Residential wood burning will fine particle pollution is forecast to Enforcement: Enforcement will be
be restricted or prohibited on days be 32-35 micrograms per cubic meter through complaints (800-880-9025)
when fine particle pollution is fore- unless EPA certified fireplace inserts and sightings of visible smoke by Air
cast to be high. The law is in effect in or stoves, or pellet stoves are used. District enforcement staff. First time
Sacramento County and its cities of Burning Discouraged – Voluntary violations will result in a $50 fine or
Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Burning is discouraged when fine a requirement to complete and pass
Galt, Isleton, Rancho Cordova and particle pollution is forecast to be a wood smoke awareness course.
Sacramento. Residents are required 26-31 micrograms per cubic meter. Fines for subsequent violations are
to Check Before You Burn. The AQMD asks you to voluntarily higher. Check Before You Burn:
by Gerry Scholl The District will restrict or prohibit
the use of indoor and outdoor fire-
choose not to burn. Legal to Burn
When the forecast is 25 micrograms
8765). Visit www.AirQuality.org
places and wood stoves, and fire pits per cubic meter or lower then it is
Luck Has a Lot To Do With It and chimneys that burn wood, pellets,
manufactured logs or any other solid
fuel to keep fine particle pollution
legal to burn and the use of manu-
factured fire logs is acceptable at this
It’s better to be lucky than good. and Oklahoma State, are all very, first World Series. down. A voluntary request to dis- If you choose to burn please
Unless you are really, really good, very good. Stanford, now No. 4, will There was plenty of drama, but courage burning will be issued when follow clean burning techniques
and don’t need much luck to be a need both “lucks” if it is to fulfill its overall it was not a particularly well- air pollution levels are on the rise. in order to burn as cleanly as pos-
winner. national title ambitions. played Series. The Cards were pretty Check Before You Burn sible. Exemptions: The following
If you have a lot of good players, Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers lucky that the Rangers’ defense Categories: exemptions apply to both Stage 1
good coaches, a quarterback named were very glad that running back was very poor and their pitchers Stage 2 – All Burning Prohibited. and Stage 2 categories: Homes where
Luck to lead you, and some luck, Frank Gore is just so, so good. Gore served up so many fat pitches to hit
then you are going to win. carried for more than 125 yards at critical times. Except for Chris
The Stanford Cardinal had all of (134) for the fourth straight game Carpenter, the St. Louis pitching
that going on Saturday night as they as the hosts methodically whipped wasn’t much better. There weren’t
rallied from a 20-10, second-half Cleveland, 20-10, to advance to 6-1. any Roy Hallidays, Cliff Lees, or,
deficit in Los Angeles to defeat USC, Just lucky, I guess, were the regrettably, any Tim Lincecums,
56-48, in triple-overtime. Oakland Raiders that this was their Matt Cains or Brian Wilsons on the
The visitors (8-0, 6-0 in the Pac- bye week, because they haven’t been mounds in this one.
12) were lucky they didn’t face a good since QB Jason Campbell went The Cards were lucky that the
much larger hole early. An obvious down to injury. The break will give Brewers’ Prince Fielder hit a home
Stanford pass interference and a new QB Carson Palmer a chance to run in the All Star Game to give
USC dropped pass, both in the end learn his teammates’ names. the National League home field
zone, kept the Trojans from scoring Speaking of new quarterbacks, advantage for the Series. That clearly
two touchdowns in the first half. Tim Tebow is lucky to be getting a played a role in the momentum of the
The Cardinal were lucky regulation chance to play for the woeful Denver final two games in St. Louis.
time ran out before USC (6-2, 3-2) Broncos, but is showing that he is It was manager Tony LaRussa’s
could kick a winning field goal. In just not that good. third title, second with St. Louis. He
the end, they were lucky to recover a As luck would have it, the St. announced his retirement Monday.
fumble in the end zone on the game’s Louis Cardinals (way too much Leaving with the third most wins
final play. cardinal red for my liking this all time, he should consider himself
Through it all, though, QB Andrew week) completed their magic carpet lucky that his team came back after
Luck, a Heisman Trophy favorite, ride to their 11th World Series title, being down three games to two. His
led four late scoring drives, including defeating the Texas Rangers, 6-2, in sure-to-be Hall of Fame legacy might The need is great for loving,
a 76-yarder that tied the game with Game 7 Friday night. Leading, 3-2, have been tarnished by the Game 5
38 seconds left in the fourth quarter, a decisive two-run rally in the fifth loss in Texas. safe homes for foster children ages
sending it to overtime. inning featured no hits, three walks His well-documented commu-
The Stanford star is sure to be the and two hit-batsmen. Classic? nications issues over the phones with 0-18 & pregnant/parenting teens.
No. 1 selection in the next NFL draft It was a remarkably classic his bull pen crew, that may have cost
and several teams are in contention Game 6, however, won by St. Louis, St. Louis that game, prompted a lot of We offer free training,
for that choice. Your team could be 10-9, on a walk-off homer by unflattering talk and ink post game.
absolutely no good at all, and get Series MVP David Freese in the Upon retirement, his great career ﬁngerprinting, CPR/
lucky, and get Luck. 11th inning. Twice the unlucky and is well deserving of a gold watch… Call Lenka 1st aid, 24 hr support,
The top three college teams in under-performing Rangers were a golden parachute… some gold
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Carmichael Times Page 12 November 2, 2011
Healthy Teeth, Happy Smiles ‘A Season of Hope’
See a Dentist by your Child’s
1st Tooth or 1st Birthday
Your child’s teeth and gums are
important – even his or her baby
teeth. A child’s first set of teeth
to Usher in Holiday Season
is crucial for chewing, speaking
and speech development, jaw
with Salute to Military, Spirituals and Sacred Music
development, self-esteem and “Miracles,” “Amazing Grace” and
are placeholders for permanent “Did You Think to Pray?”; American
teeth. Smart oral health practices Heritage spirituals, including
are just one step in preparing a “Joyful, Joyful” and “Ain’t Got Time
child to begin school on the right to Die”; and favorite selections from
track. years past – “The Battle Hymn of the
Research shows that a child’s Republic,” “You Raise Me Up” and
brain develops most dramatically “When the Saints Go Marching In.”
in the first five years and what “ ‘A Season of Hope’ will be a
parents and caregivers do during joyful experience for those who
Smart oral health practices are just one step in preparing a child to begin these years to support their child’s attend,” said co-director Beverly
school on the right track. Photo courtesy of First 5 Sacramento. growth will have a meaningful Tracy. “The music will move you as
impact throughout life. we sing in gratitude for our blessings
Oral health begins even before resources; and a section dedicated
Based on this research, and for those who make sacrifices to
children start teething. Are you to dentists that focus on training
California voters passed protect our freedom.”
establishing positive dental habits modules for children’s dentistry.
Proposition 10 in 1998, adding a In addition to the concerts
early to ensure your child’s teeth The latest Sacramento County
50 cents-per-pack tax on tobacco on Friday and Saturday, a dress
are healthy? Paying attention to fluoridation map is also on site
products to support programs for rehearsal will be performed at 7 p.m.
your child’s oral health early can so you will know if you live in
expectant parents and children Thursday, Nov. 3. Admission is free
prevent problems down the road an area with fluoridated water. Congregants of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Carmichael,
ages zero to five. In the last year, for each concert, including the dress
such as chronic pain, impaired Fluoride plays an important role Fair Oaks, Orangevale and Citrus Heights will perform a choir concert titled
First 5 Sacramento distributed rehearsal, and all seating is first-
chewing and speech development, in the healthy tooth development “A Season of Hope” on Nov. 4 and 5. Photo courtesy of The Carmichael Stake of
approximately $16 million a come, first-served. The event is most
as well as reduced concentration in children and helps prevent the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
year in Prop 10 revenues to appropriate for adults and children
and self-confidence. early stages of tooth decay.
programs and services that meet Carmichael/Fair Oaks - The and Citrus Heights. 8 years and up, and Sunday dress is
Dental Resources at your New! First 5 Sacramento’s local needs. Each county has a Carmichael Stake of The Church of “The theme of ‘A Season of encouraged but not mandatory.
Finger Tips! Children’s Dental Clinics First 5 Children and Families Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will Hope’ has been carried over each For more information, please
Looking for a children’s dentist? Two new dental clinics JUST Commission providing unique perform a musical concert titled “A year with the purpose of ushering email seasonofhopecarm@gmail.
Questions about fluoride? Visit for children! local services for that county. Season of Hope,” featuring patriotic in the holiday season with music com.
First 5 Sacramento’s NEW dental Downtown: Sacramento Surrounding First 5’s include: numbers, sacred music and spirituals, of hope and inspiration,” said Scott The Carmichael Stake of The
website at: www.first5sacdental. Native American Health Clinic: First 5 Yolo: 530-669-2475; First at 7 p.m. both Friday, Nov. 4, and Seamons, co-director of the concert Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
org. The website features children 916-341-0575 5 Placer: 530-745-1304; and First Saturday, Nov. 5, inside the chapel and choir. Saints consists of eight congregations
and parent dental care and Oak Park: The Effort: 5 El Dorado: 530-672-8298. located at 8267 Deseret Ave., Fair The program this year includes in eastern Sacramento County,
resources in English, Spanish, 916-233-4925 Oaks. “A Season of Hope,” which is patriotic selections, including including one specifically for single
Russian and Hmong including Designed for families on Medi- free and open to the public, features “America the Beautiful,” “Heal adults in their 20s and another for
videos highlighting local dental Cal and Healthy Families. an 80-voice choir, soloists and Our Land” and “An Armed Forces the deaf community throughout the
programs; tip sheets; local dental instrumentalists from congregations Salute”; religious and sacred music, greater Sacramento region.
in Carmichael, Fair Oaks, Orangevale such as “Count Your Blessings,”
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