The EL CHICANO Weekly Vol 48, NO. 36 Features, Lifestyle & News You Can Use! IECN .com September 1, 2011 Residents invited to THISWEEK In loving memory of Jose “Joey” Ornelas rid of bulk items Rialto Record Sept. 10 Wishes the community a fantastic & safe C ity residents can discard bulk items at several sites: Western Regional Little North of Cabo League (6707 Little League Dr.), Wildwood Park (Waterman & 40th features fresh Street), Ann Shirrels Park new menu (Magnolia & California Streets), A8 Ruben Campos Community Center (1717 W. 5th Street), Church of God Prophecy (3030 Del Rosa Ave.), Smart and Final Parking Lot (D & Baseline), Seccombe Lake (South IECN PHOTO COURTESY TIM GERGEN 7th Street), Lytle Creek Community From left: Andrew “Cookie” Romero, Tim Gergen, Joey Ornelas and Arthur Milian, all former Center (380 South K Street) and Padrinos who at one time volunteered with the organization. Asa Charter School (3515 North Bernardino, Ornelas along with elect Ralph Hernandez, the first “D” Street). By Cynthia Mendoza The bulk item drop-off event will many of his good friends, grew up Chicano San Bernardino on what was called the San Councilman in the third ward. In be from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. on O n Tuesday, August 16, Saturday, Sept. 10. The city will be 2011 Jose “Joey” Ornelas, Bernardino Valley Flats or what is the1970's he served on the commit- simply known as ‘The Flats.” tee to elect Joe Baca to the San providing roll-off’s and front load the “the little guy with the vehicles for the residents to dispose A community big heart” passed away in Delano, Ornelas was known as a fierce Bernardino Valley Board of competitor; he was All CBL captain Trustees. He also volunteered with of old furniture, unwanted items, reminder NOT to California. He was 55. yard waste, appliances, and mat- Ornelas was well known for his of the San Gorgonio High School El Chicano newspaper by deliver- Drink & Drive varsity wrestling team. ing papers out of his car. He was tresses. These dump sites will be work with Los Padrinos, a commu- accepting tires (up to 9 per vehicle) this holiday nity youth organization where he With a passion for serving youth, co-creator of Chicano Pride, a and e-waste. The dump sites WILL weekend served as a youth intervention Ornelas also served as president of multi-media presentation. NOT accept universal waste (batter- A15 worker. the Boy Scouts Explorer Post 232 In his last days, he cared for his ies, fluorescent bulbs, lights bulbs), Born and raised in San SBVC Flats. He served on the committee to Joey, cont. on next page hazardous waste (chemicals, oil, gasoline, pesticides, etc.), paint or INSIDE Community groups host school board candidate forum San Bernardino, ONE SECTION, 28 PAGES Pacific High holding Calendar A11 Classifieds A18 joint 55th reunion for Hollywood Gossip A16 Class of ‘56 Horoscope A17 Legal Notices A19 Movie Showtimes A17 Opinion A4 Service Dir. A10-11 Sports A14 IECN PHOTO COURTESY JOHN COLEMAN H OW T O REACH US Eight of the 13 SBCUSD board candidates who participated in a community forum on Saturday, Inland Empire August 27 are, from left: Dr. Elsa Valdez (incumbent), a representative for Dr. Margaret Hill (name Community Newspapers not available), Juan Lopez, Teresa Parra-Craig (incumbent), Willard Hughes, Mike Gallo, Damon S an Bernardino and Pacific Office: (909) 381-9898 Alexander and Gil Navarro. High School classes of 1956 Fax: (909) 384-0406 Parra Craig, Sharon "Bobbie" Parents Alliance (CAAPA), Parents are holding a joint 55th By Cynthia Mendoza Editorial: firstname.lastname@example.org Perong, Lynda Savage and Dr. Elsa & Communities Engaged in reunion beginning Friday, Education (P-CEE), the Westside September 30, 6 p.m., with a no- Advertising: email@example.com n Saturday, August 31, Valdez. FREE CLASSIFIED ADS SELL YOUR CAR AT ANY PRICE, OR ANY ONE O several community orga- Those in bold participated in the Action Group (WAG) and others nizations hosted what they forum or had a representative. and was held in the NAACP office designed to be a non-partisan, voter Since background information in the New Hope Family Life was not immediately available for Center in San Bernardino. host welcome back gathering at lounge bar at the San Bernardino Hilton, 285 E. Hospitality Lane. The next day, Saturday, October 1, ITEM $150 OR LESS FOR education forum of candidates for all candidates, and since space does Reverend Samuel Casey served as there will be a reunion dinner-dance the San Bernardino City Unified 4 WEEKS FREE! School District. not allow for comments or respons- moderator. at the Hilton, beginning at 6 p.m. Call our FREE ad hot The 13 candidates seeking to fill es from all candidates, only their Questions were provided to the The reunion weekend will culmi- nate with a breakfast buffet at 10 line at (909) 381-9898 (or keep) four seats are: Damon names are being provided in order candidates ahead of time so they a.m. on Sunday, October 2 at the ext.204 Alexander, Anna Cox, Dan Deane, to maintain impartiality and fair- could be well prepared and then National Orange Show. Deadline Mike Gallo, Dr. Margaret Hill, ness to all of them. candidate names were selected in The cost for the Saturday dinner- is Monday Willard Hughes, Juan Lopez, Gil The event was co-sponsored by random order to determine the at 4 p.m. Navarro, Henry Nickel, Teresa the BLU Education Foundation, the Reunion, cont. on page 2 Concerned African American Forum, cont. on next page Energy Cool Po ol ‘ What do you get for a Zumba Swimmin g START TODAY Person al Trainin Self Con fi g dence dollar nowadays?’ Full Ser vice Fac Weight L oss ility ONLY $1 Member picks any training program that works for them from 1 day to ongoing. 909-820-2611 Visit club at the corner of Riverside Ave. & San Bernardino Ave. 1/4 mile north of the 1-10 Page A2 • September 1, 2011 • Inland Empire Community Newspapers • El Chicano IECN PHOTO COURTESY TIM GERGEN From left: Rick Rehwald, Joey Ornelas, Tim Gergen, David Gomez and Reumaldo Pedroza, front. Joey Others who knew him ‘back in a host of nieces, nephews, great Reunion younger sister Barbara in Delano. the day’ also recall him as some- nieces and nephews and many dance is $55 per person ($110 per couple) -- dress is "dressy casual." “He was a friend to everyone,” one who was jovial, good natured great friends such as his ‘nino’ The Sunday breakfast is $25. recalled his godfather Tim Gergen, and a genuinely good person to be Tim Gergen and Uncle Jerry A block of rooms at the San Bernardino Hilton has been reserved at who was also a charter member of around. Muñoz. a special $89 room rate. Use code "SBH" when reserving your room. Los Padrinos and served as execu- Ornelas is preceded in death by A viewing was held at Colton Fu- Call the Hilton at (909) 889-0133 to make your room reservation. tive director for a little over 10 his daughter Lucinda Ornelas. He neral Home on Wednesday August To reserve your place at the reunion dinner and or breakfast, contact years. “He was a likeable guy and is survived by his children Joseph, 31, 2011. A chapel service will Mary Lou De La Torre at (951) 845-7306, or e-mail mannyn- had a great sense of humor. If he Michelle, Eric, Marissa and Mario; take place on Thursday Sept. 1, at firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is also open to alumni from other classes of didn’t have shirt, he’d give his skin and granddaughter Lucinda Abby. 10 a.m. followed by burial at Mt. Pacific and San Bernardino High Schools. [to give someone in need.] He did Joey also leaves behind his broth- View Memorial Park, with a re- quite a bit in the short time he was ers and sisters Vicky, Eloise, ception to follow. here.” Helen, Barbara, Linda, as well as San Bernardino City Hall information 300 North “D” St., San Bernardino, CA 92418. Main telephone num- ber (909) 384-5211. Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Closed Fridays. Mayor’s Office and Water Department open until 4:30 p.m. 2nd floor access. Water Department after hours service (909) 384-5141. City Manager’s Office (909) 384-5122 City Council Office (909) 384-5188 Council meetings first and third Monday of each month, 3 p.m. IECN PHOTO COURTESY JOHN COLEMAN About 31 people attended the SBCUSD candidate forum on Saturday, August 27 at New Hope Family Life Center. Forum ents and families? What long- How do you plan to change the order of responses. range plan would you want to im- district and bring motivation into At the end, each candidate was plement for the school district? the schools? given two minutes for final com- With school districts potentially “The forum raised our awareness, ments. facing additional budget cuts next especially for some candidates we Each candidate was given a year, how would you prioritize didn’t know,” said event organizer minute-and-a-half (90 seconds) to your recommendations for budget Dr. Lori Caruthers-Collins, pro- respond. cuts? gram director for P.CEE. “Overall The format of the form were five The audience, about 31 members several candidates stood out, but questions previously submitted to of the community, also had the op- others were a little disappointing.” candidates. portunity to ask questions and the Caruthers-Collins said that those The five questions were: Why are following are just three of several who were a little disappointing did you running for the school board questions they asked: We talk a lot not appear to be well prepared. and what special strengths do you about students. The reality is it’s a “That’s why we gave them the believe you would bring to the family unit. How do we work with questions ahead of time,” she said. IECN PHOTO COURTESY JOHN COLEMAN board? Do you have any specific the family unit to gain success for “But others really stood out.” Those who may not immediately but in the near future be affected objectives to accomplish if our students and community? She did not provide any names. elected? If so, what are your top Every child will not be able to go Event organizers are planning by the November 2011 SBCUSD School Board elections; as their two? What kind of relationship to college. However, every child several more forum sessions at ac- parents sat in on a candidate forum to hear what eight of the 13 should a district/the board have can do something. What are we cessible times and locations in the candidates had to say, these little ones waited patiently and were with its community? With its par- prepared to do for them and how? community. very well behaved, according to some present at the forum. Inland Empire Community Newspapers • September 1, 2011 • Page A3 Study will show adverse health effects of diesel emissions By Maryjoy Duncan community members going door- to-door, canvassing 1,200 homes in all. The teams operate under R esidents in the Westside of San Bernardino are the supervision of the LLU re- standing up and being search team which provided ex- heard. They have had enough of tensive training in health research major corporations dumping their practices and study protocols. trash in their neighborhoods and Three zones have been delin- polluting their children’s air. They eated; the study begins in neigh- are standing up to Burlington borhoods in the immediate Northern Santa Fe Railway and vicinity of the BNSF rail yard, participating in a research project and will fan out to Loma Linda, coordinated by Loma Linda Uni- Highland, Grand Terrace and versity School of Pubic Health in Fontana. collaboration with local environ- Susana Negrete, CCAEJ com- mental group Center for Commu- munity organizer, is hopeful that nity Action and Environmental data collected will help the plight Justice and the city of San of the Westside community in Bernardino ultimately aimed at se- lowering emissions from the rail curing cleaner air for thousands of yard. residents living near the rail yard. “(The study) is a tool that will IECN PHOTO MJ DUNCAN CCAEJ has been battling BNSF work in the community’s favor,” The Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice has been raising awareness about for at least the last decade de- she said. “People think they can the excessive cancer risks to the community resulting from diesel pollution from the BNSF Rail- manding they reduce their diesel come here and throw their trash way’s yard in the Westside of San Bernardino. A new study was recently launched by the Loma emissions. A 2008 Health Risk and nobody will do anything about it. As a community we are Linda University School of Public Health in partnership with CCAEJ and the city of San Bernardino Assessments (HRA’s) study at 14 to compile data on the adverse health effects posed to residents living near goods-movement fa- of the largest rail yards in Cali- standing up and being heard.” Residents are asked to blow into cilities such as BNSF. No such data currently exists. Pictured is Maria Hernandez with her sons fornia conducted by the Califor- two devices which measure air- Jose, 9, and Rodrigo, 7, during one of many community protests last summer. nia Air Resources Board (ARB) showed that the one in San way inflammation and lung ca- portant to our families.” cated that researchers are match- movement facilities, such as Bernardino posed the highest risk pacity. For those who screen high According to Dr. Rhonda ing zip codes with cancer patients BNSF, and this new project will of all the rail yards. The cancer for inflammation, the team pro- Spencer-Hwang, LLU co-investi- to determine the correlation be- compile data about the prevalence risk from diesel emissions is three vides medical resources and in- gator, in the fall students at Ra- tween diesel emissions and can- of such adverse health effects. times higher than others in the re- formation. mona-Alessandro Elementary cer. Data will be used to support and gion. “The importance of the health School, which is a mere “stone’s According to Newman in a pre- strengthen decision making ac- The new study, ENvironmental study is documenting the health throw” away from the BNSF rail vious interview, the HRA’s indi- tions that will reduce exposure to Railyard Research Impacting status of this community,” said yard, will be tested. Arrowhead cate that 240,000 San Bernardino airborne emissions. Community Health (ENRRICH), Penny Newman, CCAEJ execu- Regional Medical Center’s residents are affected with cancer Thus far 400 people have been launched in late June, is con- tive director. “One critical part is Breathmobile will be on site to risks from the BNSF facility. For surveyed and it is too early to re- ducted by three teams of two that people will get referrals for offer immediate medical care to the 3,700 Westside residents the lease any findings. medical treatment which is so im- all students who screen high for cancer risk is at its highest - The project is funded by the inflammation. 3,300 cases in a million. South Coast Air Quality Manage- Cal State’s founding First Lady, Antreen Pfau, dies at 93 There is also a cancer compo- Currently there is no existing ment District. nent to the study that utilizes the data on the adverse health effects For more information on the cancer registry. Dr. Hwang indi- on people living close to goods- project, visit www.enrrich.org. IECN PHOTO COURTESY CSUSB John and Antreen Pfau. Charity League (president 1967- A ntreen Pfau, wife of Cal State San Bernardino’s 68), Arrowhead Allied Arts Coun- founding president, John cil and the first CSUSB Faculty M. Pfau, died Wednesday, Aug. Wives Club. She and her husband 17, at the couple’s home in Napa, retired from service to CSUSB in Calif. She was 93. The flag on 1982. campus has been lowered to half- Antreen and John Pfau moved to staff in her memory. Napa in 1999. Antreen graduated from the Uni- In the early 2000s, scholarship versity of Chicago. After gradua- and book funds were established in tion, she worked as a bio-medical the name of John Pfau, efforts that editor at Argonne National Labo- rose from the family’s firm belief ratory in Chicago, at Lawrence in the power of education. Livermore National Laboratory in Besides her husband, Antreen is Berkeley and then at City of Hope survived by her daughters, Elly National Medical Center in and Madelaine, as well as Made- Duarte, Calif. laine’s husband, Charles Jones. No She traveled to Southern Califor- memorial service will be held. nia with her husband in the early In lieu of flowers, the family has 1960s, when the couple came to requested that donations in establish the newest state college Antreen Pfau's name be made to campus. California State College the CSUSB Philanthropic Founda- at San Bernardino officially tion, Pfau Family Scholarship opened its doors in 1965. Fund, California State University, Antreen and John Pfau lived in San Bernardino, Office of Devel- San Bernardino for 36 years. Dur- opment, 5500 University Parkway, ing that time, Antreen was active San Bernardino, CA 92407. Dona- in many civic and charitable or- tions also may be made online at ganizations, including Valley Con- https://development.csusb.edu/ma cert Association, San Bernardino keagift/. Choose “other” and type Symphony Association, the San in Pfau Family Scholarship. Credit Bernardino Chapter of National cards are accepted. OPINION&EDITORIAL Page A4 • September 1, 2011 • Inland Empire Community Newspapers Views expressed in Opinion & Editorial do not necessarily reflect the views of IECN spicy, just very flavorful. This new offering will now complete the meat menu by offering three kinds of options, pork and ham YOUR COMMUNITY COMMENTARY! (Cuban sandwich), beef (Argen- All letters must be signed. Please include your name, address & phone number tinean) and chicken. for verification purposes only. Anonymous letters will not be printed. There may also be some fresh salads coming up too! Imagine that! A bakery that carries salad too! Can’t find that anywhere Redistricting riddled with error else! The redistricting process, while Cities have been unnaturally split the final draft maps, the commis- None of this is carved in stone so well intended, has been riddled in order to achieve the results that sion's redistricting has been nei- if you want to take advantage of with error. Now, the only choice the commission wanted, as op- ther. these specials it’s best to call remaining is referendum if Cali- posed to the fair representation ahead first to find out if /when fornians are to have fair represen- voters had in mind when they ap- Now, Californians must fight to Cynthia Mendoza they’ll be happening (909) 883- 0616. But even if it’s not immedi- tation. proved the panel of average, "un- biased" citizens. rectify the biased nature of the Senate districts, in the interest of Community round up ate, stop by anyway to try some of The California Citizens Redis- fairness. It is unconscionable to their goodies and or a sandwich. tricting Commission failed to fol- The redistricting process was accept the districts as they are. I don’t know about anyone And when you eat at Noyes, you low the federal Voting Rights Act, meant to be an unpartisan, trans- else but I am ready for chilly also contribute to the general well requiring that minority groups be parent process. From the hiring of Rosie Dale boot, hat and hot chocolate being of the community as Noyes placed in the same district. a Democrat-connected third party San Bernardino weather. This heat has been a bit has recently become more in- firm to the lack of public input on much. I once overheard someone volved in doing outreach and saying, “This should be a good in- centive for being good to stay out of hell,” to which their companion responded, “Or maybe just good service to youth in a variety of ways. A few weeks ago there I wrote SB 170 will help homeowners about a wonderful concert coming Millions of homeowners with homes who are shopping for low clining home values. practice for when we get there.” up on September 10 in Glendale. So whichever way you choose to non-delinquent mortgages may be interest refinance rates, another This event is very personally able to benefit by refinancing at hurdle seems to occur if the man- However, a high, risk-based look at it, I think we can all agree meaningful to me and I would it’s been ridiculously hot. It’s a historically low interest rates, if ufactured home does not qualify lender fee which can be as high as love to see a packed house be- U.S. Senate Bill 170 introduced because it is not permanently at- 2 percent of the loan amount could good time to remind everyone to cause I know without a doubt that stay hydrated and take especially by Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., tached to its own land. make refinancing unaffordable. it will be a huge blessing, even goes into effect. good care of small children and those who may be unfamiliar with the elderly, something I’m con- One owner of a manufactured U.S. SB 170 is known as the Christian music. There’s still time S.B. 170 is designed to assist home permanently attached to the "Helping Responsible Homeown- stantly harping on and make no to buy general admission tickets apologies for. Check in on the eld- non-delinquent borrowers in refi- land said she has been shopping to ers Act." It is bipartisan having re- to see Grammy winning Christian refinance, and she is also appeal- nancing an existing Fannie Mae or cently been co-sponsored by Sen. erly in your family and neighbor- artist Sandi Patty along with hoods. Make sure they’re cool and Freddie Mac home mortgage by ing the county tax assessor valua- Johnny Isakson, R-Ga. Public sup- gospel recording artists Steve banning a high, "risk-based lender tion of her property because of port could benefit so many home- comfortable. Offer to give them a Darmody, Rudy Micelli and ride to the grocery store or to drop fee." The bill also requires banks declining neighborhood home val- owners and the economy! Christian Edition, an all male cho- to offer low interest refinance ues. The manufactured home was them off at their nearest senior rus. Each of these artists is in- center if they would like to get rates to a homeowner whose loan purchased a few years ago at Mailing address to urge support credibly talented and powerful on away for a bit. Ask them if they exceeds the value of the home.$115,000. A search of comparable for S.B. 170 is: Sen. Boxer, 112 their own but together, it is sure to feel ok or need help with any- It seems that many homeowners neighborhood home values Hart Senate Office Bldg., Wash- be a once in a lifetime feast for the thing. Let’s take extra good care are finding it challenging to refi- showed a similar home that re- ington, D.C., 20510. Phone: 951- ears and soul. I have been incred- of those who once took care of us. nance existing residential or man- cently sold at only $95,000. If the 684-4849. ibly blessed by all of their music And in one of the ‘best kept se- ufactured home loans because of a homeowner can refinance her ex- and I truly want as many people crets’ category; if you haven’t al- as possible to be blessed by their high, risk-based lender fee. isting loan at a lower interest rate, Joan Marie Patsky ready tried the food and sweets at amazing gift as I have. her monthly savings could be sig- Beaumont Noyes Bakery in San Bernardino And the prices are unbeatable. For owners of manufactured nificant and soften the sting of de- on Highland, between D and Ar- General admission tickets are $23 rowhead, do yourself a favor and stop by. Try their Cuban or Ar- each, family four packs are $75 ($18.75 each) or $165 for groups Take a moment to remember gentinean sandwiches in a combo of 10 or more ($16.50 each). In this day and age we are all with chips and soda for $5 even. There are also special rates for The sight of beautiful butterflies Blackberries on the vine - big faced with difficulties beyond the Can’t beat that for a sandwich as large youth groups. Youth lead- on the lilac bush and the net I and sweet and mine for the taking. norm due to the ever-expanding fresh and yummy as grandma or ers and mentors, this is a great op- made out of coat hangers, a broom abilities we have to view the entire mom would make at home. portunity to expose your young handle and a piece of sheet for the The excitement of finding a nat- world and its problems. Take a And of course their cakes, cup- people to high quality live music bag. few minutes, clear your mind and ural beehive and the real fresh cakes, cookies, pastries are in- that can actually make a very pos- join me in the thoughts from long honey in a wash tub. credible; they taste as tempting itive difference in their young ago. The thrill of finding tins of C-ra- and luscious as they look. lives and in a safe, wholesome en- tions which had floated thousands Picking green beans from sunup And I got the inside scoop from vironment, surrounded by good I remember: of miles across the Pacific from to late afternoon and knowing owner David Ortiz that they may people in what will very likely be WWII with the Hershey bars and there must be easier ways to earn soon be running some great spe- an evening they will not soon for- The fresh smell of clothes after malt tablets inside. $3. cials, such as ‘twofers’ on Mon- get. you bring them in from the clothes day. Buy any one item, get For more details, including web- line. The tree that was my own private Watching the last steam locomo- another free. They will also be sites for each of the four artists, place and the solitude of surveying tive on its final run by my house, adding some new savory menu and purchasing information, readThe fun of raking up leaves, my world from its lofty branches. all decked out in banners and items, such as a curry chicken the full story on page 13. playing in them for hours and then flags, as diesels took over. sandwich, which Ortiz is currently Until next time! the wonderful smell as you burned The kinship with that big old working on at home to perfect the Facebook.com/IECN.Cynthia them. rooster as he kept an eye on me Seeing a monstrous B-36 bomber recipe. It’s not going to be very when I was on his turf. fly over so low you could see the pilot. 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OF CALIFORNIA Inland Empire Community Newspapers • September 1, 2011 • Page A5 Heritage month honors Native American history He founded the San Manuel Cul- The conference will be Septem- tural Awareness and Tribal Unity ber 19 through 23 and 1,500 Program and has been a leader in school age children are expected to the Serrano Language Revitaliza- attend. tion Project and the San Manuel “It is important to learn and Learning Resource Center. know, for example, that in many He has also been a leader in host- parts of the state, the modern high- ing the annual California Native ways that we all use daily were American Day Conference at Cal once trails upon which Native peo- State San Bernardino. ple traveled to distant places for The conference is a week long trade and commerce,” said Ramos, event open to teachers and stu- “Our state is rich in culture and dents. It includes lectures and history in a large part because of hands-on lessons that teach about our contributions.” the diverse cultures and tribes The resolution is headed to the within the California Native state senate for final approval in American population. the next two weeks. IECN PHOTO COURTESY OFFICE OF ASSEMBLYMEMBER LUIS ALEJO Leaders from Native American communities were on hand to receive the resolution, ACR 72, that rec- ognizes November 2011 as Native American Heritage Month. Pictured from left are Mary Ann An- dreas, Vice Chair of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, Vice-Chairwoman Nancy Ayala of the Picayune Indian Nation, Assemblymember Luis Alejo, and San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Chairman James Ramos. By Naima Ford knowledges the hardships the Also recognized was Nancy group has gone through. Ayala, Tribal Council Vice-Chair “Despite facing tremendous of the Picayune Indian Nation, L eaders from Native Amer- ican tribes throughout Cal- hardship and barriers to achieving Mark Macarro, Chairman of the ifornia came together to be a decent livelihood, California Na- Pechanga Indian Nation and Mary a part of a history-making bill. tive Americans have made vital Ann Andreas, Vice Chair of the ACR 72, a resolution recognizing contributions to the strength and Morongo Band of Mission Indi- November 2011 as Native Ameri- diversity of our society,” said ans. Each were presented with the can Heritage Month, was passed in Alejo. resolution on the Assembly floor. the Assembly on August 25. The The resolution will be an impetus “I am happy that Assemblyman resolution was introduced by As- for schools and organizations Alejo initiated these recognition sembly Member Luis A. Alejo. throughout the state to recognize efforts for Indian tribes in Califor- “I introduced ACR 72 to com- Native Americans and learn about nia," said Ramos. “Native Ameri- memorate their rich cultural his- those hardships. cans have contributed significantly tory and contributions to At the passage of the resolution, to make California what it is California’s history,” said Alejo. Alejo recognized Native American today.” IECN PHOTO COURTESY KEN SHOJI The action is an effort to ac- leaders for their contributions to Educating the community about Assemblymember Luis Alejo, left, proposed a resolution declaring knowledge the contributions made California. One of those leaders the contributions of Native Amer- November 2011 Native American Heritage Month. Pictured along- by Native Americans in California was San Manuel Band of Mission icans is something he has been side Alejo is San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Chairman James and national history. It also ac- Indians Chairman James Ramos. working towards for many years. Ramos. Redlands one of first noted for strong leadership idents and businesses to reduce the gramming from their perspective city’s greenhouse emissions. The in a way that may not come across 3/50 project is part of a national in city council meetings. campaign to encourage people to “While we’ve been consistently shop locally. reducing expenses since 2007, our According to the campaign it is challenge has been to find innova- these types of programs and ideas tive ways to address these reduc- that help local residents and the tions while maintaining and even state at large. improving services and looking to- It not only promotes cities to the ward the future,” said City Man- general public but gives residents ager Enrique Martinez. “In order a chance to learn about and take to do that, we’ve tapped into the advantage of what their city has to city’s spirit of volunteerism as well offer. as technological solutions, creating “The 'Strong Cities, Strong State' force multipliers for each of the program will allow the public an- city’s services.” other opportunity to access the key The League hopes to highlight initiatives and programs our city every city in California over the has been providing its residents,” next 18 months. said Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar. For more information visit the Being featured on the Web site is Strong Cities, Strong State Web giving them the opportunity to site at www.strongcities voice their vision and explain pro- strongstate.com. IECN PHOTO NAIMA FORD Redlands is one of the inaugural cities profiled in the Strong Cities Strong State campaign created by the League of California Cities. Pictured here is former councilmember Pat Gilbreath and coun- Line & cilmember Jon Harrison. Square By Naima Ford featured include Ontario and Ran- “We want to show the richness Dancing cho Cucamonga. that city leadership can provide,” Meet new friends, exercise, laugh & relax The program was created by the said Eva Spiegel, communications T he League of California Cities is working with the California City Manage- ment Foundation for a campaign League of California Cities in order to give the general public in- sight into what cities, particularly director of the League of Califor- nia Cities. Redlands was highlighted for Classes Start Fun Won’t be Expensive they believe will create a stronger city leadership, are doing. three programs in particular, Red- Tues. Sept. 6 Modern Square Dancing For Today! state. They are doing it one city at With the amount of attention lands 311, the community sustain- 7:00 - 10:00 pm Grand Terrace Community Center a time with the “Strong Cities, going to programs and decisions of ability plan, and the adoption of Open 3 weeks 22130 Barton Rd., Grand Terrace Strong State” campaign. the state and federal government, the 3/50 program. The city of Redlands was been the League wants to highlight the Redlands 311 is a smart phone FIRST NIGHT IS FREE THEN $5 PER CLASS chosen to be one of the first cities effectiveness of city management application that lets residents send Singles & Couples Welcome! featured as part of the program in the lives of its residents. The information about potholes, graf- program highlights the work of fiti and similar issues to city staff. For info, call (909) 823-0294 or (909) 261-7514 when the Web site launched Au- gust 18. Other Inland Empire cities both elected city officials and city The community sustainability plan www.riversidesingleswingers.com managers. is a plan created by city staff, res- Sponsored br Riverside Single Swingers Square Dance Club Page A6 • September 1, 2011 • Inland Empire Community Newspapers History book to chronicle Mexican American baseball in I.E. IECN PHOTO COURTESY MARK OCEGUEDA The Mercurys used to play at Vets Park in Colton. The man sitting at the very bottom next to the bats is Manuel Suchil, father of former Colton Councilman Isaac Suchil. The two twins in the back row were known simply as “los cuates”, or the twins. It could not be fully verified before going to print, but it is possible that the twins may be Don and Dickie Abril, who went on to play in the major leagues and either brothers or cousins of the late Ray Abril Jr. The man on the far left is team man- ager, Chevo Martinez. By Cynthia Mendoza tory project at Cal State San about these teams,” Ocegueda said nizable family names sprinkled interest in [this subject],” Bernardino under Dean of the Pfau about the history of the teams. throughout. Ocegueda concluded. “It’s going “We expect Arcadia to accept our to be a great book.” local baseball history Library Dr. Luis Caballero, which “They were really marginalized in A book project is sure to chronicled the journey of Latino history, but they were a big deal bring many smiles and baseball teams from the 30s back then. They were a part of maybe even a few nostalgic tears through the 60s. daily life of Mexican Americans.” proposal because there’s a lot of to many of the older generations Ocegueda, 23 and a graduate of But more than a book about from San Bernardino and Colton, Cajon High, was a research assis- sports, the project is much more a and the rest of the Inland Empire, tant for this project and he was social, political, and religious his- if all goes according to plan. then asked to co-author the new tory book told through baseball. Cal State San Bernardino gradu- book. “Baseball was intertwined with ate and University of California The book is still in the proposal all of these,” Ocegueda said. “Our Irvine doctoral student Mark stages, it is not yet a ‘done deal’ so Lady of Guadalupe Church used to Ocegueda and Cal State Los An- to speak but if Arcadia Publishing, sponsor many teams.” geles professor Dr. Richard Santil- the company behind the signature Local readers may find photos of lan are currently working on a sepia colored local history books the teams sponsored by Mitla book proposal for the Arcadia that are found at major bookstores Café, the Colton Mercurys the local history book series in order and libraries, accepts the proposal, Mercury Señoritas, the women’s to preserve and share the history of it is possible that as early as spring team in South Colton and many Mexican American baseball teams of next 2012 “Mexican American others. in the Inland Empire from the Baseball in the Inland Empire” The photos are sure to bring back early half 20th century. could be on the store shelves. many fond memories as many of For the immediate area that in- Ocegueda has always had a love them have recognizable landmarks cludes San Bernardino, Colton and of history, ethnic studies and Chi- and uniforms were often imprinted East Highland. cano history, especially of San with the names of the local busi- The project was born from work Bernardino’s Westside. nesses that sponsored them. done with the Latino Baseball His- “A lot of people don’t know There may also be some recog- IECN PHOTO COURTESY MARK OCEGUEDA A priceless picture: Carmen Lujan, originally of South Colton, is Workforce Investment Board shown here last year holding the very uniform she is wearing in this photo from her early teens when she used to play for the Mer- cury Señoritas in South Colton in the late 30s. links job seekers to employers By Maryjoy Duncan 50% of the employees’ wages for a employees, saving us more than period of three months. Myrell $14,000. Many thanks to Omar said that he has directed some job Castro and his team for all their ef- J ob seekers and employers alike can benefit from the nu- seekers to participate in the WIB forts in developing fast solutions merous incentives and free program before he hires them. for the tough challenges my busi- resources offered by the Work- Though the process may delay ness was facing,” said Heschong. force Investment Board of San their hiring by a week, the finan- “Your services helped us retain Bernardino County, unfortunately cial incentive for the business employees and expand during not many are aware of the pro- compensates for it. these difficult economic times.” grams. One such program offered “In this economy more employ- According to Sandy Harmsen, by WIB is the On-the-Job- ers should be seeking out as many executive director of the WIB and Notary Public Classes Training program, that assists in programs as they can,” Myrell director of the Workforce Devel- linking potential employees to em- said. “There are resources out opment Department, “Our busi- ployers. there, they just need to start asking ness resource team members are Tony Myrell, CEO and President the questions.” like firefighters. The programs of Premier Medical Transportation Another business owner who they implement are designed to took advantage of the OTJT pro- help employers in crisis quickly and Equipment, based in Colton, has utilized and successfully hired gram is Debbie Heschong of Joshua Tree Landscape and Main- stabilize operations. Our team’s goal is to strengthen our em- Spring Special four employees through the OTJT program, and strongly encourages tenance, who needed additional ployer’s bottom line by providing On Line Classes staff but could not afford it. business consulting services in- other business owners to do the same. A member of the WIB Business cluding recruitment, layoff aver- $29.95 - 6hr Class • $19.95 - 3hr Class “It’s a great program and I wish Resource Team was contacted, Omar Castro, who provided assis- sion and specialized training programs to keep our residents Live Classes more people would take advantage tance in ultimately providing jobs employed.” $69.95 - 6 hr Class • $59.95 - 3hr Class of it,” Myrell said, who indicated that in a typical day there are at for 11 new employees in Twenty- This WIB program and others obi e e vi e v i b e nine Palms, Hesperia and Fontana. like it are federally-funded and least 20 people applying for jobs at “We have taken full advantage of free to employers who participate. ttp not p ose in s o his firm. e- i onesi ene sb ob net Employers who hire job seekers your On-the-Job-Training program To contact the Business Resource through the WIB are compensated to assist us in hiring eleven new Team, call (800) 451-JOBS. p one - oupon o e Inland Empire Community Newspapers • September 1, 2011 • Page A7 Grant allows SB residents to alter pets for free Annemarie Paxton local municipal ordinances that re- which requires the spaying and quire the spay/neuter of all pets neutering of pit bulls. The meas- within the city’s limits. Currently ure will be read a second time at A sadly all too common sight in every community the fine for not having a pet altered the Sept. 13 board meeting and is are stray animals. The is $100, and if compliance is not expected to be adopted. Humane Society of the U.S. esti- met within 15 days, a second cita- “We cannot solve the pet over- mates there are between 6 - 8 mil- tion could be issued for $100 each population issue through legisla- lion homeless animals entering day the animal is not altered. tion, but over time we can animal shelters each year across According to Lt. Waters of the minimize it and reduce the number the nation. Roughly half of these San Bernardino Police Depart- of animals euthanized by our shel- animals are adopted, and the other ment, the number of animals euth- ters at great expense to taxpayers,” half are euthanized. Recently a anized in the city of San Supervisor Derry said. “This grant was awarded to San Bernardino last year was 13,639, measure will apply to those irre- Bernardino City residents that compared to 11,653 in 2009 and sponsible and careless owners that would help curb the pet overpopu- 13,397 in 2008. She noted that the do not abide by the rules and not lation epidemic. economy is the major factor of the encroach upon those who follow The San Bernardino Animal rise in the number of animals taken the rules.” Shelter has been collaborating in at local shelters. City of San Bernardino residents with nonprofit organization HEAL On a similar note the County of are encouraged to take advantage (Helping Every Animal League) to San Bernardino Board of Supervi- of the opportunity to have their reduce the overpopulation of ani- sors last week took the initial steps pet(s) altered for free. Call HEAL mals in the city. HEAL recently in adopting a resolution that would at (909) 436-8065 to make an ap- received a $50,000 grant from the IECN PHOTO COURTESY CITY OF SAN BERNARDINO require all dog owners to spay or pointment. Heigl Foundation (Compassion A $50,000 grant was recently secured by nonprofit organization neuter their dogs should they be The San Bernardino Animal Revolution) to be used to cover the HEAL (Helping Every Animal League) from the Heigl Foundation found guilty of failing to abide by Shelter is located at 333 Chandler cost of spaying/neutering resi- another state or local animal con- Place, San Bernardino. For infor- that would cover the cost of spaying/neutering city of San dents’ pets. trol regulation. mation, call (909) 384-1304. The Bernardino residents’ pets. Pictures is one of dozens of adopt- The ordinance was presented by shelter is open Tuesday - Saturday The San Bernardino Animal able animals at the San Bernardino Animal Shelter, Max is a Shelter has been avidly enforcing Supervisor Neil Derry who also from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; closed Sun- neutered male, tan Chihuahua/Shepherd mix. backed a similar measure last year days and Mondays. Golf tournament benefits foster children special education programs vides funding for, and what it ac- O n Tuesday, September 13, 2011, Wells Fargo In- through Advanced Education tually costs to provide quality pro- surance Services will Services. grams and services to children in present the annual Trinity Classic crisis. Golf Tournament to raise much- As the largest independent needed funds to directly benefit the provider of foster care services in Sponsorship opportunities are lives of more than 800 abused, the State of California, Trinity has still available. Join other busi- neglected and abandoned children. served nearly 60,000 since its in- nesses, community organizations Once again, the tournament will be ception in 1966. The Children’s and caring individuals who are held at the beautiful Sierra Lakes Foundation supports at-risk chil- taking this opportunity to Be the Golf Club in Fontana, bringing to- dren ranging from infancy to age Difference in the life of a child. gether friends of the Children’s 18, regardless of their ethnic, cul- For more information, call Foundation of America for a day tural or religious background. Vanessa at (909) 825-5588 ext. of fun, camaraderie and purpose. 264. Due to the severe budget crisis in ‘The Children’s Foundation sup- California and throughout the If you are unable to participate ports foster care and residential country, fundraising efforts for but would like to make a donation, treatment, intensive treatment and nonprofit agencies like Trinity please make checks payable to: mental health services for children have become increasingly impor- Children’s Foundation of Amer- residing in foster care through tant. Money raised from the tour- ica Trinity Youth Services, as well as nament will help bridge the gap 1470 E. Cooley Drive between what the government pro- Colton, CA 92324 IECN PHOTO COURTESY CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION OF AMERICA Wells Fargo Insurance Services will be presenting the annual Trinity Classic Golf Tournament to raise funds for over 800 abused, neglected and abandoned children, at Sierra Lakes Golf Club in Fontana on Tuesday, Sept. 13. Museum seeks volunteers for museum visitors. T he Education Division of the San Bernardino New volunteers prepare for this County Museum in Red- fun interactive program by attend- lands seeks new volunteers to help ing three training sessions, on Sep- with their annual program, “1880s tember 13, 14, and 15, from 9:00 at Work and Play.” Prospective a.m. to noon at the education cen- volunteers are invited to partici- ter at the museum. A dress re- pate in an orientation session on hearsal for all program volunteers Wednesday September 7 from is scheduled for Friday, September 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. In “1880s at Work and Play,” The public is welcome to attend museum visitors experience life in and enjoy the program free with Southern California in the 1880s regular admission on that day. by washing clothes with a wash- For more information or to sub- board and tub, beating a rug, using mit a volunteer application, visit old fashioned toys and tools, and the museum website at sbcounty- even churning butter. The program museum.org or email is offered on selected weekday firstname.lastname@example.org. mornings from October through Prospective volunteers can also January. Volunteers play a major role in bringing the program to life call the Education Division at (909) 307-2669 ext 256. 909-885-0012 Page A8 • September 1, 2011 • Inland Empire Community Newspapers Fresh take on Latin cuisine at North of Cabo IECN PHOTO COURTESY NORTH OF CABO North of Cabo emphasizes healthy, local food inspired by Baja, Cal- ifornia. Pictured from left are Holli Zenko, Evan Rhoades, and Mike Zenko. He has worked as an executive phasis on sauces and more on let- IECN PHOTO COURTESY NORTH OF CABO chef for 15 years and owned his ting the food speak for itself. North of Cabo in Redlands has reopened with a new menu that brings Nuevo Latino cuisine to the In- own restaurant. When he learned This also makes the food typi- land Empire. Pictured from left are Ron Fly, Marsha Williams, owner Jacki Mortenson, Tim Williams of the opening at North of Cabo he cally lower in calories. saw an opportunity to do some- The restaurant is also starting a and Kelly Curtis. thing creative. That creativity local fresh produce program. They Cabo open would benefit the com- to close their doors and regroup. A shows in the menu. plan to start purchasing all of their By Naima Ford Instead of a salsa and chips appe- produce from local farmers. munity of Redlands in so many new executive chef was hired, ways,” said Mortenson. Melvin Jones who had a new vi- tizer the restaurant serves a red “Those farmers are doing a really N orth of Cabo has been snapper and crab ceviche with great job,” said Jones. open for three weeks and However the road has not been sion for the menu. easy. When she and her husband They even held taste tests to en- black pepper chips. Or instead of a North of Cabo will be hosting a is taking Mexican food to cheesy salsa mixture North of Sizzling End Of Summer Wine unexpected places. bought the restaurant in January sure the food was good. and began renovations, they en- “We just wanted to make sure we Cabo serves a baked goat cheese Tasting on Thursday, September 1 The restaurant is owned by Jacki infused with salsa crusted with from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event Mortenson who bought the restau- countered many unexpected fees get it right,” said Mortenson. and challenges. The restaurant is serving Neuvo walnuts and pecans. will feature wine from Paxton’s rant after an effort to turn the Red- “We are really trying to align Cellar paired with a four course lands train station on Orange St. Following a soft opening in Latino cuisine in the tradition of March their grand opening in April the food from Baja, California. But ourselves with foods that are meal from North of Cabo. into a restaurant fell through. She served on the Baja coast,” said North of Cabo is located at 22 E. saw that North of Cabo was for did not go as planned and did not the restaurant also has a healthy receive much attention. Soon after local focus it hopes will help it Jones. Vine Street in Redlands. It is open sale but was moved by the fact that This means an emphasis on Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. 15 people were out of a job be- the city began a street resurfacing stand out from the crowd. project which caused them to close “We want to associate ourselves seafood, fresh vegetables and to 10 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. to cause of it. That motivated her to street style foods. According to 5 p.m. For more information call make a 20-minute decision to buy their doors for days. Later the head with people who want to make chef decided to quit. healthy lifestyle choices,” said Jones, unlike most Mexican (909) 798-0737 or visit their Web the restaurant. restaurant food there is less em- site at www.northofcabo.com. “We know keeping North of At that point Mortensen decided Jones. Tony winner Lea Salonga to perform at San Manuel By Cynthia Mendoza dening, writing, anything. And it Lea Salonga will be performing helps to have a great support sys- with special guest, pianist Jim tem of family or friends. And a lot Brickman, at San Manuel on O n Thursday, September 8, Tony award winning ac- of praying. I feel blessed to have Thursday, September 8. For ticket tress and singer Lea Sa- been able to make my dreams information and to purchase tick- longa will be gracing the Inland come true.” ets visit sanmanuel.com. Empire with her melodic, lyrical voice with what is sure to be an un- forgettable performance at San Manuel Casino. Born and raised in the Philip- pines, Salonga, 40, has been per- Funerals forming since the age of seven. At 12, she hosted her own kids vari- are often too costly. ety show. In her 30-year career, she has performed for five Philip- A Solution is here pine presidents, three American presidents (George H. W. Bush, i pe e tion Bill Clinton, and George W. n u es is ount Bush), for Diana, Princess of Wales and Her Majesty Queen IECN PHOTO COURTESY TRUE PUBLIC RELATIONS F i oo - e isit tion Tony Award winner Lea Salonga will be performing at San Elizabeth II. At 17 she auditioned Manuel on Thursday, September 8 with special guest, pianist Jim nt o u to o e in u es for Miss Saigon and at the age of Brickman. tot is ount o o et i s 20 she opened the show in New York City. not be familiar with her name or I’m most comfortable doing,” she Use our quaint family room setting for your Throughout her career she has face, they may be familiar with her said. also starred in productions of final private good-bye with your beloved. voice; Salonga was the singing And in spite of challenges she’s Annie, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Fid- voice of Princess Jasmine in Dis- faced, such as rejection for certain dler on the Roof, The Rose Tattoo, The Sound of Music, The Goodbye ney’s Aladdin and of Mulan, also a Disney film. roles because of the fact that she is Asian, Salonga kept on going and E F Girl, Paper Moon, and The Fanta- As much success as she’s en- did not give up on her dreams. sticks. joyed and as amazing as her talent “The road to making your dreams Salonga began her recording ca- is, for Salonga, music actually is never easy,” she says. “It can be reer at the age of ten with her first wasn’t her first career choice. discouraging.” album, “Small Voice” and her al- “I didn’t count on it being my But because of the joys and chal- bums that followed include “Lea", niche,” she recalled. “I was a med- lenges she’s faced on her journey ut - - released in 1988, “Inspired” re- ical student when I auditioned for to the top, today Lea Salonga leased in 2007, and numerous live Miss Saigon. My [medical school] knows what it takes to be success- concert and Broadway albums. plans were permanently derailed.” ful and she offers a few words of Prices do not include applicable state fees. She was also the first Asian to But looks like that ‘derailment’ wisdom to young people about Discounts are not available on Pre-Arrangements. play Eponine in the musical Les worked out well for Salonga and what they can do to achieve their Misérables on Broadway and re- Prices are subject to change. Not all prices listed. for those who will be lucky dreams. turned to the show as Fantine in enough to enjoy her live perform- “You need to have a gift for what the 2006 revival. ance at San Manuel. you do,” she says. “Whether it’s And while many audiences may “Doing live performances is what singing, painting, business, gar- Inland Empire Community Newspapers • September 1, 2011 • Page A9 Bonello’s serving up authentic Italian food, ambiance, great service focus on our mainstays.” But besides great food, Bonello’s One of those mainstays includes also provides great service and thin crust pizza made with fresh, great incentives to show their ap- hand tossed dough and an incredi- preciation to their loyal customers. bly flavorful sauce. In other words, Those who sign up for Bonello’s the kind you will not find at chain, Rewards program can earn points lightening speed delivery places. that add up for future discounts. The secret to the sauce? Lots of Every dollar spent equals one oregano, which gives the sauce a point and every 25 points equals very earthy, rich and robust flavor $1 off. but one that does not overpower. “It’s all about loyalty,” con- But for those who don’t like cluded Garcia. “If they take care of oregano, no worries. Just ask for us and consider us their neighbor- your pizza with “No secret.” hood pizzeria, we’ll take care of “It’s a flavor you don’t find any- them.” where else,” Garcia said. Bonello’s is located at 22413 And if you’re in the mood for Barton Road in Grand Terrace. pizza but don’t want to buy a Their number is (909) 825-9852. whole one, buy the pizza sub, an You can also find them on Twitter 18-inch long pizza cut into four @BonellosPizza and on Face- pieces for only $4.95. The eye IECN PHOTO CYNTHIA MENDOZA book.com/bonellospizza. popping size of this “small” pizza The 18-inch sub pizza is for challenges the idea that it’s meant those who are craving pizza but just for one person. But any way don’t want to buy a whole one. it’s ‘sliced’, that adds up to great But for $4.95, this ‘small’ ver- value for the customer. A parent sion is an unbeatable deal. could easily feed four small chil- dren with this sub. knots with sauce for dipping and IECN PHOTO CYNTHIA MENDOZA Make it a meal for $7.95, which have fun playing ingredient detec- Enjoy lunch with Dean Martin at Bonello’s Pizza in Grand Terrace includes a drink and a wonderfully tive, as this reviewer did, even and enjoy great service provided by Gus Garcia, co-owner, right, fresh, chopped on the spot green though she did manage to pull it and server Stephanie Ericson, left. salad made with romaine, field out of Garcia. She isn’t telling ei- greens, iceberg lettuce, olives, ther. By Cynthia Mendoza the New York style eatery. grated mozzarella, tomatoes and But secret or not, the only way to Located on Barton Road in the mild pepperoncinis with fresh bal- describe it that really matters is shopping center of the old Stater samic dressing. YUM! “ Hey mambo, mambo Ital- iano…” You can almost Bros., Bonello’s lives up to every- Got a hankering for traditional And for those who just want an hear the late crooner Dean thing about its Italian look and am- pasta? Once again the sauce is appetizer, try one of Bonello’s Martin singing as you walk into biance implies; incredibly king at Bonello’s. Rich, flavorful most popular ones, the bruschetta, Bonnello’s Pizza in Grand Ter- delicious, authentic New York and not at all acidic, the very toma- made of diced roma tomatoes, race. And even if you don’t, you style Italian food. toe-y sauce bathes the spaghetti, olive oil, fresh basil, and fresh will most definitely see his face as “We do one thing well,” said co- ravioli, manicotti and other pasta pecorino romano cheese atop IECN PHOTO CYNTHIA MENDOZA well as that of Elvis Presley, owner Gus Garcia about why dishes. toasted slices of fresh baked bread. These bread knots are danger- Marlyn Monroe and the rest of his they’ve been successful. “We The secret? It really is a secret “If they have it once, they’ll have Rat Pack cronies as you enjoy don’t try to do a lot of different and Garcia isn’t telling. But just it a thousand times,” Garcia said ously delicious, soft and savory. things. It’s more important to order any pasta dish or garlic bread about the popularity of this dish. Be careful. some of the best pizza around in Al Pearce was notable San Bernardino resident By Harvey M. Kahn C. Anthony, contracted with NBC Pearce starred with Dale Evans No photo documentation could be to air Pearce's variety shows. In again two years later in "Hitchhike located to put Pearce in San B ecause of the era that Al 1946, he was one of the first radio to Happiness." In 1947, he was the Bernardino. Radio historians Pearce thrived in, it is un- personalities to make the transition lead in the comedy drama "The Richard McCann and Gary Lycan derstandable that he's from radio to television. Like Jack Main Street Kid" with Arlene Har- could not place Pearce in San gone almost unmentioned recently. Benny, with his violin he used as ris. He starred in "One Exciting Bernardino. The Inland Empire's As reported for the first time by the his shtick, Pearce used the guitar Week" which was nominated for foremost radio and television his- Los Angeles Times on August 18, and banjo as his gimmicks. Pearce an Oscar in 1946. Pearce took on torian Ed Rothhaar of KVCR Stu- 2011, Pearce lived in San excelled at being the master of cer- the persona of the mythical char- dios in San Bernardino died in Bernardino on Wabash Avenue emonies. "He was outgoing and acter he called Elmer Blunt, who February 2011. Rothhaar knew Al between Arrowhead and "D" flamboyant as an entertainer. He often made surprise guest appear- Pearce, who died in 1960 at age 63 Street. He had a pet raccoon that was very reserved and private as a ances on the Jack Benny Radio and is interred at the Hollywood followed him around in his back neighbor. He gave everyone his Show. Forever Cemetery. yard. According to his next door barbeque sauce which had his pic- Through his radio and television When reached at his current resi- neighbor in 1960, Francis Gilbert, ture on the label," said Gilbert. shows, Pearce was credited with dence in Torrance to confirm that it was a major event having some- Reviews in retrospect of Pearce's propelling the careers of many, in- Pearce lived in San Bernardino, one of Pearce's notoriety living in IECN COURTESY PHOTO slap stick style conclude that his cluding Morey Amsterdam, Mel Martin Gilbert, the son of Francis the neighborhood. Pearce lived in Comedian, radio and TV per- comedy has not withstood the test Blanc, Mabel Todd, Wendell Gilbert said simply, "Yes, I knew San Bernardino the last years of sonality Al Pearce is said to of time. According to critic Niles, Bill Goodwin, and Tony Al Pearce." If San Bernardino had his life, however he died in 1961 have lived in San Bernardino Leonard Maltin, the themes of his Romano. He often worked with a hall of fame of notable residents, in Newport Beach following an during the latter part of his life. television shows were called silly Eddie Duchin and his Orchestra Pearce should be a first ballot in- unsuccessful surgery to correct an parodies. However, few today can and periodically with Gene Autry. ductee. ulcer. Pearce's star on the Holly- "Hello Hawaii How Are You." list radio, stage, television, and wood Walk of Fame is located at The transmission got only 50 miles film on their bio's. His first motion 6328 Hollywood Boulevard. off the San Francisco coast where picture entitled "Here Comes Pearce was perfectly suited for the it was received by a naval battle- Elmer" came in 1943 with Dale Roaring 20's and he blossomed in ship. Evans for Republic Pictures. The the Golden Age of Radio. Pearce was first heard on a regu- low budget film served as the According to Francis Gilbert, her lar basis on radio station KFRC in showcase to the first hit recording neighbor remained an entrepreneur San Francisco. For years his show for Nat King Cole whose trio H BUY 2 WHOLE CHICKENS FOR until his finals days. He was mar- known as Al Pearce and His Gang wrote and sang "Straighten Up and keting the Al Pearce Barbeque was broadcast nationwide. The Fly Right" on the movie sound- Sauce at the end of his life and also owner of KFI in Los Angeles, Earl track for Capitol Records. had numerous real estate rental properties. Pearce was also selling FOR $ 99 real estate when his career took off 13 in 1926, eventually becoming one of the most popular radio person- alities in the country. In a 1939 poll of newspaper At any U N COoupPOime of order columnists conducted by the trade t c on at t Must presen publication Radio Daily, Pearce location! 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Wilmer Amina Carter, D- Rialto, that were recognized at a luncheon Julia Vaughn, a San Gorgonio hosted by the California Legisla- senior, spoke at the California tive Black Caucus. Legislative Black Caucus Scholar- ship Luncheon in recognition of The eight members of the Caucus her participation in the African selected a total of 51 students from American Leaders for Tomorrow the class of 2011 for $1,000 Program. awards. Vaughn was one of four area stu- The other three recipients had al- dents, and 40 statewide, selected ready started college and were un- for the program's conference in able to attend. They were: Ebony Sacramento, which ran from July Shorts of San Gorgonio High 23 to July 30. School in San Bernardino, Isa Ter- rell of Eisenhower High School in For the program's conference, Rialto, and MuShaundriss Watkins Assembly Member Carter also se- of Arroyo Valley High School in lected Nicolas Jenkins of Arroyo San Bernardino. Valley and Highland twins Evan and Eric Carthen of Arrowhead Christian Academy, all seniors. IECN PHOTO COURTESY OFFICE OF ASSEMBLY MEMBER WILMER AMINA CARTER From left, local scholarship recipients Courtney Temple, Mykell Hughes and conference participant Julia Vaughn were honored in Sacramento by the California Legislative Black Caucus. Words to Think About: Learn helpfulness By G. W. Abersold Ph.D. The second psychological and a sense of loneliness and passivity. more you will be loved. The more behavioral concept is referred to as This condition is deadly for sen- you give, the more you will re- “learned helplessness.” iors. With the elderly, learning to ceive.” T here are two psychological and behavioristic concepts Habits come in all shapes and be helpless and concluding they I say, “LEARN HELPFUL- that are seldom talked colors. There are addictive habits have no control over losing their NESS” about and even less often sug- like smoking, alcoholism, drugs friends and family members, their Amen. Selah. So be it. gested in therapy. and sex. These are exceedingly jobs and income, getting old and The first is referred to as com- difficult to break. Ask President weak, is a living death. Bill Abersold, resident of High- pensatory thoughts or behavior. It Obama about smoking. Cognitive therapy can bolster land, is a retired Methodist and is defined as: “A psychological There are behavior habits that we people’s self esteem. Focusing on Congregational minister and ac- mechanism by which an individual have by mimicking others. Usually a Higher Power (God) and positive complished author of eight books. attempts to make up for some per- significant others. I walk like my words from others will also aid. He has visited 84 countries and sonal deficiency by developing or Dad, whistle and use tooth picks Novelist Dean Koontz said, “The has been on 105 cruises, most of stressing another aspect of person- like my Dad did. more you expect from life, the them as a lecturer. He has a B.A. ality or ability. “ (Webster) There are social habits, such as more your expectations will be ful- and M.A. in Mideastern history, a Anthropologists would place this work habits, study habits, practice filled. By laughing, you do not use Rel.D in World Religions and a Think about this. Beethoven capability in the evolutionary habits, etc. up your laughter, but increase your Ph.D. in Behavioral Medicine and wrote some of the greatest music process. As the human brain de- The way you dress, cook, talk, store of it. The more you love, the Humanist Psychology. ever composed; AFTER being veloped, humans used the thinking etc. are habits. They are hard to stricken with deafness. President process to compensate for lack of break. Psychologists are divided F. D. R. had polio. Van Gogh, strength and speed in combating over how long it takes to make a Napoleon Bonaparte, Charles wild animals. habit and how to break one. Some Dickens, Alexander the Great and They climbed trees, developed say 66 days, others say three Danny Glover all had epilepsy barricades and made weapons months, either way. BUT compensated in their suc- (spears, bows and arrows) for pro- Habituation is the term used to cessful careers. tection and sustenance. describe habit formation. The Britney Spears, Harrison Ford These same compensatory skills above mentioned “learned help- and Abraham Lincoln became suc- also provided shelter from storms lessness” is probably the most es- cessful in spite of being bi-polar. and warmth from the cold. Of oteric. All have compensated. course, the discovery of fire was a The American psychologist Mar- Think of Mel Tillis (a stutterer,) great step forward in dietary con- tin Seligman defined the theory of Oprah Winfrey (abused severely) siderations. learned helplessness. “It is the con- and Jimmy Carter (defeated for A major use of mankind’s com- dition whereby a person has second term.) All of them com- pensatory skill was his develop- learned to behave helplessly, even pensated: by singing, making ment of the wheel. And subsequent when the opportunity for action is money and serving humanity. Or, wagons. Being the only “beast of presented.” Stephen Hawking (great scientist) burden” demanded other means of It is reflected in chronic depres- who for 50 years has had Lou carrying a load. sion, laziness and a sense of hope- Gehrig’s disease. From a practical stance how lessness. Magic Johnson, Bruce Jenner, does this work out? Jimmy Du- A pervasive sense of powerless- Carl Lewis, Greg Louganis and rante, the great comic with the big ness is accompanied with a feeling Jason Kidd (along with many other schnozzle (nose) told a moving of “no options.” sportsmen) compensated while story. At a military hospital he was Seligman found that learned suffering learning disorders. waiting to “go on.” Looking out helplessness is not genetic in ori- Going back to Jimmy Durante. I behind the curtain he saw two vet- gin. It is learned. Natural evolution heard his classic comment; erans who had lost arms applaud- gives each human an inclination, a “Everybody has a schnozzle.” He ing the “warm up” comedian. One drive to succeed. As with any implied that all of us have some guy (with a left hand and arm) habit, this attitude can be blunted. thing for which we must compen- clapping with his friend (who had Thus “learned” and an ensuing sate. Mental or physical liabilities. a right hand and arm). That’s helplessness. Again, compensation is a psycho- compensation. There is a physical and mental logical concept. well-being that is threatened. Also Inland Empire Community Newspapers • September 1, 2011 • Page A13 Sandi Patty and Friends concert shines spotlight on health, wellness the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Caesar’s Palace, the Crystal Cathe- dral and the Mt. Rubidoux Easter Sunrise Service. For Patty, who now lives in Okla- homa, the concert will also be a homecoming. “I'm very excited about coming back to Southern California. I don't get here enough,” she said. “I did a show about four years ago in Riverside with Christian Edition and it was a wonderful experience. I'm looking forward to singing with them again and working with Rudy Micelli and Steve Dar- mody.” As amazing as the concert itself promises to be, the event is not just about music, but also about spiri- tual, physical and personal well- ness and health. “I'm thrilled to be working with Lifestyle Magazine and Mike and Gayle Tucker,” Patty says of the hosts of Lifestyle Magazine, one of the event sponsors. “And Glen- dale Adventist Hospital is the best IECN PHOTO COURTESY WILLIAM MORRIS ENTERTAINMENT for supporting an all around Gospel recording artist Sandi Patty will be performing in South- healthy lifestyle. God gave us this ern California for the first time in four years during the Sandi Patty mind and body and we need to take care of it. This concert is IECN PHOTO COURTESY ALANDARMODY.COM and Friends concert at the Vallejo Drive Seventh-Day Adventist going to be good for the body, As founder of Morning Song Music, baritone Steve Darmody has Church in Glendale on September 10. “Coming back to this area mind and spirit!” enjoyed a 30-year career in music ministry. He has recorded with is always a bit of a homecoming and the people are always so After the concert guests will have the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, has performed at the Crys- welcoming,” she says. SandiPatty.com. the opportunity to visit booths pro- tal Cathedral, Carnegie Hall, at the Pentagon and before the U.S. that the concert takes place on his viding health and wellness infor- By Cynthia Mendoza Senate. SteveDarmody.org. birthday may also be one of the mation and resources. best presents ever. With great music, great people groups of 10 ($16.50 each). The (while they last), visit madabout- T he names Sandi Patty, and a wellness theme, it is not too And originally formed in 1981, concert will be held at Vallejo marriage.com or call (877) 840- Steve Darmody, Rudy Mi- soon to start planning for an un- Christian Edition, an all men’s Drive SDA Church located at 300 0457. For large youth groups (faith celli and Christian Edition forgettable and inspiring evening. chorus, has had the privilege of Vallejo Drive in Glendale. Concert based and community organiza- are well known in Christian music General admission tickets are performing at some of the nation’s begins at 7:30 p.m., doors open at tions) there are special ticketing and, individually, each of these $23 each, or family four packs at most prestigious stages, including 6:30. arrangements available by calling artists has graced the Inland Em- $75 ($18.75 each) or $165 for To purchase concert tickets (310) 569-9401. pire, including Loma Linda, throughout the years with their world-class talent. If individually they draw audi- ences to the Inland Empire from throughout Southern California, together they will no doubt be packing the house on September 10 for the Sandi Patty and Friends concert at the Vallejo Drive Sev- enth-Day Adventist Church in Glendale, in what promises to be a very memorable, once in a lifetime music and wellness ministry feast for the ears and the soul. Throughout her nearly 30-year career, Sandi Patty has become an icon in Christian music. She has won 40 Dove Awards, four Bill- board Music Awards, five Grammy Awards and in 2004 was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Her work has in- IECN PHOTO COURTESY CHRISTIAN EDITION spired many of today’s Christian Originally formed in 1981, Christian Edition, an all men’s chorus, has had the privilege of performing at some of the nation’s most artists, including those who will have the privilege of sharing a prestigious stages, including the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Caesar’s Palace, the Crystal Cathedral and the Mt. Rubidoux Easter stage with her at the September 10 Sunrise Service. concert. “I’m one of millions of fans who has found that her music has pro- vided a soundtrack to their lives,” says Steve Darmody of Sandi Patty. “Her honest and courageous Under New Ownership! spirit is the example that strength- ens me in my own ministry.” For Rudy Micelli, the chance to sing with Sandi Patty is a lifelong dream come true. As a young boy in Brazil he first heard her music on the radio while sweeping a church floor and her powerful ren- dition of “How Great Thou Art” deeply impacted him. And the fact N EW 100% Hand Car Wash All AmNiEnWckage er ca Pa 00 00 IECN PHOTO COURTESY SIONS JVL EXPRES- PHOTOGRAPHY & DESIGN Shortly after moving to the US $3 $3 off off 00 00 off off Red, White & Blue Packages Only! 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Thursday night and the fans were Eight singles and three walks worried it might happen again. forced the Jethawks to use three Down 4-1 the 66ers scored 4 in the pitchers in the inning. bottom of the 4th and 9 in the bot- Travis Witherspoon and Kole tom half of the 8th for a 14-6 rout Calhoun led the attack as each of Lancaster also avoiding the player had two singles that inning. sweep. Witherspoon finished 3-5 with 3 The Jethawks got to starting runs scored and 2 RBI. Calhoun pitcher Manuel Flores in the top of went 3-5 with 2 runs and 2 RBI the third scoring 3 runs as their 3B and Oliver 3-4 with 2 runs and 3 Johnathan Meyer hit a two-run RBI. Inland Empires 1-4 hitters homer. Flores was solid outside of went a combined 12 for 19 scoring the third and finished the day after 9 times with 7 RBI. 5 innings giving up 4 runs in route Inland Empire finished the week to his 12th win of the season. by winning 2 out of 3 games The 66ers took the lead in the 4th against Stockton with their record as Eric Oliver hit a two-run double sitting at 64-68. They will look to that scored David Harris and Kole get back to .500 heading into the Calhoun. Casey Haerther then sin- last week of the season. They IECN PHOTO RICHARD DAWSON gled and Randal Grichuk followed travel to Lake Elsinore for three Catcher Jose Jimenez ap- with a single scoring Oliver. An games and then they finish the sea- son at home with a four game set peals a call to the third base error by Lancaster's 3B on a ball hit by Steve Irvine scored Haerther against Stockon. umpire. Valley College soccer coach looks forward to improved season IECN PHOTOS RICHARD DAWSON Above: First baseman Eric Oliver holds a Jethawks baserunner close to the bag. Oliver went 3-4 with 3 RBI. Below: CF Travis Witherspoon went 3-5 scoring 3 runs. IECN PHOTO COURTESY SHARIS BRATTON San Bernardino Valley College men’s soccer team is striving to win a Foothill Conference Cham- pionship. By Sharis Bratton into more wins," Coach Brown Brown said, "the coaching staff said. looks for student athletes who n 2009, the men's soccer team SBVC lost one of the best scor- have an awesome work ethic, have I finished their season with a ers from last season, Luis Nolasco, a winner's mentality, and who are 10-7-4 record overall and 2- to transfer. When Coach Brown physically and mentality strong." 4-2 record in the Foothill Confer- and his staff were recruiting for Sophomore goalkeeper Daniel An- ence. Last season SBVC finished this season they were looking for gulo has already received scholar- the year with a 3-10-6 record over- scorers. Two of the team's top ship offers from UC Santa Barbara all and a 1-4-3 record in Confer- three scorers will be returners this and Cal Baptist. ence play. Last season SBVC tied year, Ricardo Sigala and Mario The goal, this season, is the same six of the best teams in the state. In Mejia. The new scorers added to for any SBVC sports program, order for SBVC to have a more this year's team are Jorge Ruiz, which is to win a Foothill Confer- successful season, "the tie games Christopher Gonzales, and Alfredo ence Championship and for Coach have to decrease and be converted Palacios. In addition to adding Brown and his team that is the goal more scorers to the team, Coach they are striving to achieve. Inland Empire Community Newspapers • September 1, 2011 • Page A15 This message is brought to you by the following businesses! 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The Night At The Museum star She told the Brit: "I always said I joins forces with Matthew Broder- was going to have a baby at 30. I'm ick and Eddie Murphy, who play a group of ordinary workers swin- plan to rob the conman's high-rise residence. The star-studded cast also in- cludes Gabourey Sidibe, Alan surprise" as she posed for photos "But I also said I was going to re- dled out of their hard-earned cash Alda, Casey Affleck and Judd on the red carpet. tire at 30. So I don't know. I am not Hirsh. MTV immediately revealed on retiring, I tell you. its Twitter page: "OMG Beyonce "Only God knows, only God just made a huge announcement on knows." the #vma carpet! #baby!!!!!" Dressed in a full-length red dress, As she began her performance of Beyonce, who turns 30 next Love On Top, Beyonce said to the month, nabbed an award for Best crowd: "I want you to feel the love Choreography for Run the World that's growing inside me." (Girls), beating Lady GaGa's After her performance, she Judas, Britney Spears' Till the dropped her mic, unbuttoned her World Ends and Bruno Mars' The coat and rubbed her belly, while Lazy Song. Kanye West congratulated a beam- Her annoucement overshadowed ing Jay-Z in the audience. the other acts billed to perform in- Beyonce married rapper Jay-Z in cluding a cross-dressing Lady Lunch break ... (left, front to back) Ben Stiller and Matthew April 2008 in New York. GaGa who opened the show. Broderick, (right, front to back) Eddie Murphy and Casey Af- She hinted at her plans to start a fleck. Man, Gaga wasn’t born this way L ADY GaGa manned up at the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night. The eccentric singer was un- recognisable in the guise of her male alter-ego Jo Calderone at the Los Angeles pop extravaganza. She donned a suit and T-shirt and teamed the masculine attire with a teddy boy hairdo and sideburns. The singer — who scooped prizes for Best Female Video and Best Video With A Message (both for Born This Way) — was full of attitude as she snarled her way through a beverage and pulled at her top after collecting her gongs. Inland Empire Community Newspapers • September 1, 2011 • Page A17 Legendary Chuck Berry appears at California Theatre Krikorian Redlands showtimes during Route 66 Rendezvous Krikorian Redlands Cinema 14 One Day PG-13 Showtimes for 9:50 Saturday, September 3 Conan the Bar- Apollo 18 PG-13 barian R (10:35 AM), (12:50), 10:35 (3:05), (5:20), 7:55, 10:20 Spy Kids: All the Time in the Shark Night 3D PG-13 Wo...PG (11:30 AM), 7:45, 10:10 (5:15) Sorry, No Passes Al- Sorry, No Passes lowed Allowed Shark Night PG-13 Spy Kids: All the (2:20), (5:00) Time in the Wo...PG Seven Days In Utopia G (10:30 AM), (10:40 AM), (1:25), (12:45), (3:00), (4:10), 7:00, 9:35 7:30 The Debt R 30 Minutes or Less R (10:45 AM), (1:45), idol, Muddy Waters, in a club. The C (4:40), 7:25, 10:30 heck Berry, one of rock (11:10 AM), (1:55), (1:30), (4:20), 7:05, 9:40 ‘n’ roll’s greatest per- story goes that he asked Waters (4:45), 7:30, 10:20 formers of all time, is about making a record and the leg- The Help PG-13 The Smurfs PG bringing his trademark guitar licks endary performer told him to see Don't Be Afraid of the (10:30 AM), (11:20 AM), (11:15 AM), (1:50), and flashy performances to town Leonard Chess, the founder of Dark R (2:45), (4:25), 6:30, (4:30), 7:15 during the annual Stater Bros. Chess Records. According to Berry’s web site, he (11:25 AM), (2:15), 7:35, 10:00 Route 66 Rendezvous. (5:05), 7:50, 10:25 Cars 2 G The legendary singer-songwriter went Chess and discovered it was (10:50 AM) and guitarist will be at the Califor- a blues label where greats like Rise of the Planet of the nia Theatre of the Performing Arts Howlin' Wolf and Bo Diddley Colombiana PG-13 Apes PG-13 on Sept. 16, and will playing all his recorded. He didn't have any tapes (11:00 AM), (2:00), (10:55 AM), (1:35), Regular Ticket Prices mega and legendary hits, including to show, but Chess was willing to (4:35), 7:20, 10:05 (4:15), 7:10, 9:55 Adult: $11 “Johnny B. Goode,” Maybellene” listen if he brought him some. So Sorry, No Passes Al- Child: $8.25 (12 & under) and “Roll Over Beethoven.” Berry returned home and recorded lowed Cowboys & Aliens PG-13 Seniors: $8.75 (60 & above) The 8 p.m. concert is a presenta- some originals, including the (1:40), 10:45 Students: $9.50 (with school ID) would-be "Maybellene," then Active Military: $8 (with ID) tion of the City of San Bernardino Our Idiot Brother R Economic Development Agency. called "Ida May," and drove back (*Children 2 years and under are free) (12:15), (2:40), (5:10), Crazy, Stupid, Love PG- Tickets are $19-$63.50, available to Chicago later that week to audi- ( ) Bargain Matinee tion. 7:40, 10:15 13 $8.75 before 6 p.m. every day at www.ticketmaster.com, Much to Berry's surprise, it was www.livenation.com, or the the- ater box office at (9098) 885-5152. that hillbilly number that caught Called the “Father of Rock & Chess' attention. Berry was signed Roll,” Berry was born in St. Louis to Chess Records and in the sum- on Oct. 18, 1926, and began his mer of 1955, "Maybellene" performance career in high school. reached No. 5 on the pop charts He took up the guitar and soon and No. 1 on the R&B charts. found he could play most of the Through Berry, Chess Records March 21-April 19 April 20-May 20 May 21-June 20 popular songs on radio at the time, moved from the R&B genre into You wish the past could only There are certain pressures you You'll make a contribution to a and soon began developing his the mainstream and Berry himself come back through memories. In- have to deal with on a daily basis. cause this week. This may not be own technique and sound. was on his way to stardom. stead, it comes on legs, through Mostly, they come in the form of money. Likely, it's your attention, In 1952, he began playing guitar In the 1960s and 1970s, Berry's phone lines or via your Internet people who want you to do things energy and time. These resources, and singing in a club whose song music was the inspiration for such connection. Though you might not you don't necessarily feel like your golden bits of life, are even list ranged from blues to country to groups as the Beatles and the be entirely glad for the disruption doing. Even if you believe the ac- more valuable than a dollar ballads and even calypso. A year Rolling Stones. Berry had a num- the past brings to your present cir- tivities are in your best interest, amount. The gift will simultane- later he joined Sir John’s Trio, ber of comeback recordings and in cumstance, ultimately, you will be compliance still takes effort. Once ously improve your cause and which eventually became the 1972 had the first and only No. 1 glad for the chance to set things you dive in, the effort will be its yourself. Chuck Berry Combo. Pop Chart hit of his career with right. own reward. Berry gained success by watch- "My Ding-A-Ling. July 23-Aug. 22 ing his audiences’ reaction to his In 1986, he was inducted into the June 21-July 22 Aug. 23-Sept. 22 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as the Sometimes your dreams are dan- music and playing accordingly, One way to give yourself more You know the importance of putting as much energy into his very first inductee in history. As a time in the day (and an unhurried gling in the ether just above your tribute to his pervasiveness in the good friends. You cherish your presentation as his songs, which morning routine!) is to concentrate head, and all you have to do is realm of rock, a clip of "Johnny B. friendships and find unusual and became anthems to an integrated an organizational effort on the reach up and claim them. This Goode" was chosen played in the thoughtful ways to show your ap- American youth and popular cul- closet and bathroom. In the days to week, you realize your dreams are preciation. You don't give because Voyager I spacecraft, proving not going to fall into your hands so ture. come, you'll need to get out the you feel it's the right thing to do; In 1955, Berry went on a road Chuck Berry and his rock legacy door and into the world quickly. easily. You'll have to fight to bring you give because you can't help are truly out of this world. them into being. In this way, you'll trip to Chicago, where he met his You'll want to arrive on the scene yourself. Your gestures, however each morning with a smiling face. prove your worthiness to have small, will always be remembered. what you want. Sept. 23-Oct. 23 Nov. 23- Oct. 24-Nov. 22 Dec. 21 You have put your energy into You'll be inspired to do some- many different projects, people Before there was language, hu- thing different with your money as and other investments. You may feel as though some of your energy is still out there in the universe and mans communicated only with music. They intoned their thoughts and feelings, satisfaction your ruling planet, Jupiter, goes retrograde in the sign of spending. Casa De Flores or dissatisfaction, with a variety of Suddenly, the luxury items that 342 S. Mt. Vernon Ave., San Bernardino, CA 92410 you now need to call it back to were so appealing last week will you. It's as though you let someone sounds. You are attuned to those borrow a part of you and it's now time for them to return it. primal tones that still exist in our discourse. You'll recognize how others are feeling and speak to seem extravagant and unnecessary. You'll see the benefit to saving and will investigate ways to invest. Weddings… Dec. 22-Jan. 19 As far as you're concerned, roller their emotions directly. Jan. 20-Feb. 19 You will be faced with contradic- Feb. 20-March 20 New people come into your life. Our Specialty t coasters and love affairs cannot tions between what you believe You know right away when some- Complete Florist Service and what is occurring in front of one is meant to be more than a compete: There is no thrill quite like the thrill of accomplishment. your eyes. This new reality will in- passing acquaintance. One person Wedding & Bridesmaids Dresses, Your excitement builds this week, spire you to retrace and reconsider in particular will act as a kind of Quinceaneras & Baptismals, Tuxedo Rentals as you are not only able to make your belief system. Because you teacher to you. 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PARTS $150 ad hot line at (909) 909-792-9331 $15,000 O.B.O 951-662-6816 381-9898 ext 204 Brand new 5 Disc Sony DVD 1981 NISSAN 200SX Box Spring Mattress Player Deadline is Monday at 4 p.m. 2 door hatchback classic. $50 $60 Stored approx.18yrs • not running (Ad will run only for 4 consecutive publication 370-1885 909-677-8151 As is $950 • 909-862-2529 dates. Size & space is at discretion of publisher) EC • IECN • September 1, 2011 • Page A19 Office (909) 381-9898 • E L C H I C A N O L E G A L A D V E R T I S I N G • F ax (909) 384-0406 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S Records in the office of the savings association, or savings bank jueves de 8:00 a.m. a 6:00 be: 6145 NORTH HONEY- SALE T.S No. 1320339-02 County Recorder of San specified in Section 5102 of the p.m.; SUCKLE LANE SAN APN: 0141-521-08-0-000 Bernardino County, State of Financial Code and authorized to do • La sucursal de la Biblioteca BERNARDINO CA 92407 The TRA: 007028 LOAN NO: California, executed by Harley business in this state. Said sale will be de Fontana del Condado de undersigned Trustee disclaims Xxxxxx2437 REF: R Hebert, An Unmarried Man, made, in an “AS IS” condition, but San Bernardino ubicada en el any liability for any incorrect- Bunsngeam, Thong IMPOR- will sell at public auction to without covenant or warranty, express 16860 Valencia Avenue, ness of the street address and or implied, regarding title, possession other common designation, if TANT NOTICE TO PROPER- TY OWNER: YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST, DATED June 07, highest bidder for cash, cashier’s check drawn on a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal or encumbrances, to satisfy the indebtedness secured by said Deed of Trust, advances thereunder, with inter- est as provided, and the unpaid princi- Fontana, CA – lunes y martes, de 12:00 p.m. a 8:00 p.m.; miércoles 10:00 a.m. a 8:00 p.m.; jueves y viernes, 10:00 any, shown herein. Said sale will be held, but without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession, con- Inland 2006. UNLESS YOU TAKE credit union, or a check drawn a.m. a 6:00 p.m.; sábados de pal of the Note secured by said Deed dition, or encumbrances, includ- ACTION TO YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED AN PROTECT by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings association, or savings bank At the main (south) entrance to of Trust with interest thereon as pro- vided in said Note, plus fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of 9:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m.; y domingo de 12:00 p.m. a 5:00 p.m.; • Cypress Community Center ing fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed of Trust, to pay the remaining principal Empire EXPLANATION OF THE the city of chino civic ctr 13220 ubicado en el 8380 Cypress sums of the note(s) secured by Trust. If required by the provisions of NATURE OF THE PRO- CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On September 07, Central Avenue Chino, California, all right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of section 2923.5 of the California Civil Code, the declaration from the mort- gagee, beneficiary or authorized agent is attached to the Notice of Avenue, Fontana, CA -- de lunes a viernes, de 8:00 a.m. a 9:00 p.m.; y sábados de 8:00 a.m. a 1:00 p.m.; said Deed of Trust. The total amount of the unpaid balance of the obligation secured by the property to be sold and reason- Community Trust in the property situated in • Don Day Community Center able estimated costs, expenses Trustee’s Sale duly recorded with the Newspapers 2011, at 1:00pm, Cal-Western and advances at the time of the said County and State ubicado en el 14501 Live Oak Reconveyance Corporation, appropriate County Recorder’s Office. described as: Completely Avenue, Fontana, CA -- de initial publication of the Notice of as duly appointed trustee DATED: 08/18/2011 RECONTRUST described in said deed of trust lunes a viernes, de 8:00 a.m. a Sale is: $336,199.37. If the under and pursuant to Deed COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo Canyon Trustee is unable to convey title The street address and other Rd., CA6-914-01-94 SIMI VALLEY, 8:00 p.m.; y sábados de 8:00 of Trust recorded June 19, a.m. a 1:00 p.m.; y for any reason, the successful common designation, if any, of CA 93063 Phone/Sale Information: 2006, as Inst. No. 2006- the real property described • Josephine Knopf Senior bidder's sole and exclusive rem- 0414436 in book XX, page XX (800) 281 8219 By: Trustee’s Sale edy shall be the return of above is purported to be: 1622 Officer RECONTRUST COMPANY, Center ubicado en el 8384 of Official Records in the monies paid to the Trustee, and Dumbarton Ave San N.A. is a debt collector attempting to Cypress Avenue, Fontana, CA office of the County Recorder the successful bidder shall have Bernardino CA 92404-6151 collect a debt. Any information -- de lunes a viernes de 8:00 of San Bernardino County, no further recourse. The benefi- a.m. a 3:00 p.m. We are now The undersigned Trustee dis- obtained will be used for that purpose. State of California, executed ciary under said Deed of Trust claims any liability for any FEI # 1006.141505 Es el objetivo de la Ciudad heretofore executed and deliv- by Thong Bunsngeam, A cumplir con la Sección 504 de incorrectness of the street Published El Chicano ered to the undersigned a writ- Married Man, will sell at public address and other common 8/18,25,9/1/11 E-5175 la Ley de Rehabilitación de ten Declaration of Default and auction to highest bidder for designation, if any, shown 1973, según enmendada, la AVISO DE DISPONIBILIDAD Demand for Sale, and a written cash, cashier’s check drawn on a state or national bank, a check drawn by a state or fed- eral credit union, or a check herein. Said sale will be held, but without covenant or war- ranty, express or implied, regarding title, possession, DEL BORRADOR DEL INFORME ANUAL CONSOL- IDADO DE EVALUACIÓN DE Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades (ADA) de 1990 y la Enmienda a la Ley ADA de 2008, la Ley de Notice of Default and Election to Sell. The undersigned caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in online! drawn by a state or federal condition or encumbrances, DESEMPEÑO (CAPER) Vivienda Justa y la Ley de the county where the real prop- Check us out savings and loan association, including fees, charges and PARA Barreras Arquitectónicas en erty is located. FOR SALES savings association, or sav- expenses of the Trustee and of REVISIÓN /COMENTARIO todos los aspectos. Si usted INFORMATION: Mon - Fri ings bank At the main (south) the trusts created by said PÚBLICO requiere documentos públicos 9:00am to 4:00pm (714)730- entrance to the city of chino Deed of Trust, to pay the Ciudad de Fontana en un formato accesible, la 2727 CAL-WESTERN RECON- civic ctr 13220 Central remaining principal sums of 8353 Sierra Ave. Ciudad hará todo lo posible VEYANCE CORPORATION Avenue Chino, California, all right, title and interest con- veyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the note(s) secured by said Deed of Trust. The total amount of the unpaid balance of the obligation secured by Fontana, CA 92335 (909) 350-6625 SE NOTIFICA POR MEDIO DEL PRESENTE que el o para atender su solicitud. Si necesita una adaptación rela- cionada con la discapacidad para asistir o participar en una 525 EAST MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 22004 EL CAJON CA 92022-9004 Dated: August 23, 2011 CAL-WESTERN RECON- for all your alrededor del 14 de septiem- VEYANCE CORPORATION By: the property situated in said the property to be sold and audiencia o reunión, incluyen- County and State described as: Completely described in said deed of trust The street reasonable estimated costs, expenses and advances at the time of the initial publication of bre de 2011, la Ciudad de Fontana presentará Informe Anual Consolidado de Evaluación de Desempeño un do ayudas o servicios auxil- iares, póngase en contacto con la Oficina del Secretario Authorized Signature ASAP# 4076699 Published El Chicano 9/1,8,15/11 E-5180 community address and other common the Notice of Sale is: de la Ciudad por lo menos 72 (CAPER) para el Año del NOTICE OF PUBLIC news. designation, if any, of the real $182,308.67. If the Trustee is horas antes de la reunión al unable to convey title for any Programa 2010-2011 ante el (909) 350-7602. Acceso en HEARING property described above is Departamento de Vivienda y On March 14, 2008, the U.S. purported to be: 2529 Shady reason, the successful bid- silla de ruedas a la Cámara del der's sole and exclusive reme- Desarrollo Urbano (HUD) de Consejo está disponible. Department of Housing and Glen Ln San Bernardino CA los EE.UU. El CAPER repre- Urban Development (HUD) 92408-4152 The under- dy shall be the return of Si usted necesita documentos monies paid to the Trustee, senta el informe y la evalu- públicos traducidos al español executed a ten-year Moving signed Trustee disclaims any ación anual de la imple- and the successful bidder shall para poder participar en el pro- to Work (MTW) Agreement liability for any incorrectness mentación de la Ciudad de los have no further recourse. The ceso de revisión pública, para with the Housing Authority of of the street address and programas Community beneficiary under said Deed of asistir a una audiencia pública the County of San other common designation, if Development Block Grant Trust heretofore executed and una o junta, comuníquese a la Bernardino (HACSB) and on any, shown herein. Said sale will be held, but without covenant or warranty, express or implied, regarding title, delivered to the undersigned a written declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, and a (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership (HOME), Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG). El CAPER del 2010- y Oficina del Secretario Municipal al (909) 350-7602. Para información adicional September 25, 2008, HUD approved HACSB's first Annual MTW plan. As an Visit us on the written Notice of Default and sobre el CAPER, por favor MTW agency, HACSB is pro- possession, condition or 2011 evalúa la forma en que la encumbrances, including fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the Election to Sell. The under- signed caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in the county Ciudad utilizó estos fondos federales durante el año del programa del 2010-2011 para póngase en contacto con Valerie Gonzales en la Ciudad de Fontana Vivienda y Desarrollo de Negocios al vided with flexibility and authorization to develop poli- cies that are outside the limi- tations of certain HUD regu- web at: trusts created by said Deed of where the real property is llevar a cabo los objetivos (909) 350- 6625. lations in order to more suc- www.iecn.com Trust, to pay the remaining located. For sales information: establecidos en el Plan de CNS-2162710# principal sums of the note(s) Acción de un año del Año cessfully achieve its mission Mon-Fri 9:00am to 4:00pm PUBLISHED EL CHICANO secured by said Deed of Fiscal de la Ciudad del 2010- and program goals, and to (619) 590-1221. Cal-Western 9/1/11 E-5179 Trust. The total amount of the 2011, y evalúa el desempeño enhance its ability to serve Reconveyance Corporation, unpaid balance of the obliga- general de la Ciudad en el NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE the needs of low-income fam- 525 East Main Street, P.O. tion secured by the property Box 22004, El Cajon, CA cumplimiento de las priori- APN: 0261-401-25-0-000 ilies in San Bernardino to be sold and reasonable dades identificadas en el Plan Trustee Sale No. 1319055-10 County. estimated costs, expenses and advances at the time of 92022-9004 Dated: August 19, 2011. (R-388116 Published El Chicano Consolidado adoptado para los años del programa del TRA:007010 REF: BAUTISTA JR, RUBEN MGIC 25074419 In continuing to develop its MTW program and address Business Office: 2010 hasta el 2014. Property Address: 6145 NORTH community and client needs, the initial publication of the 8/25,9/1,8/11 E-5178 La Ciudad de Fontana ha HONEYSUCKLE LANE, SAN Notice of Sale is: HACSB has prepared its $207,178.01. If the Trustee is NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE TS No. 11-0041080 Title Order No. 11- preparado, y está poniendo disponible para su revisión, un BERNARDINO IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CA 92407 Fiscal Year (FY) 2011-2012 1809 Commercenter West, unable to convey title for any PROPERTY OWNER: YOU MTW Annual Plan – 0032693 APN No. 0140-061-11-0-000 borrador del CAPER para el reason, the successful bid- Amendment #1. The FY der's sole and exclusive rem- YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST, DATED Año del Programa 2010-2011. El borrador del CAPER estará ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST, DATED June 2011-2012 MTW Annual Plan San Bernardino, CA edy shall be the return of 08/10/2006. UNLESS YOU TAKE 21, 2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE – Amendment #1 will be monies paid to the Trustee, disponible para revisión públi- available to the public for and the successful bidder ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROP- ERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC ca durante un período de quince (15) días, a partir del ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD review at the following loca- 92408 shall have no further SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANA- AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU tion from August 31, 2011 lunes, 29 de agosto de 2011 y NEED AN EXPLANATION OF recourse. The beneficiary TION OF THE NATURE OF THE through September 8, 2011: continuando hasta el martes, THE NATURE OF THE PRO- under said Deed of Trust PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU Housing Authority of the 13 de septiembre de 2011. CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU heretofore executed and SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. Los ciudadanos y las partes County of San Bernardino delivered to the undersigned a written declaration of Notice is hereby given that RECON- TRUST COMPANY, N.A., as duly interesadas están invitados a revisar y comentar sobre el SHOULD CONTACT LAWYER On September 21, 2011, at 12:00pm, CAL-WEST- A 715 E. Brier Drive San Bernardino, CA 92408 Mailing Address: Default and Demand for Sale, appointed trustee pursuant to the The Fiscal Year 2011-2012 borrador del CAPER de la ERN RECONVEYANCE COR- Deed of Trust executed by ALBERTO and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell. The F. MUNOZ, A SINGLE MAN, dated Ciudad durante el período de revisión pública. Para ser con- PORATION, as duly appointed trustee under and pursuant to MTW Plan – Amendment #1 will also be available on P.O. Box 110 undersigned caused said 08/10/2006 and recorded 08/22/06, as Deed of Trust recorded June 29, HACSB's website at Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in the Instrument No. 2006-0573918, in Book , Page ), of Official Records in siderado, todo comentario se debe recibir por escrito en City 2007, as Inst. No. 2007- 0385783, in book XX, page XX, www.hacsb.com and any Colton, CA the office of the County Recorder of of Fontana Department of HACSB satellite office. county where the real proper- ty is located. For sales infor- San Bernardino County, State of California, will sell on 09/08/2011 at Housing and Business Development ubicado en el of Official Records in the office of the County Recorder of SAN Notice is hereby given that the Housing Authority of the 92324 mation: Mon-Fri 9:00am to 8353 Sierra Avenue, Fontana, BERNARDINO County, State of 11:30AM, On the southside of the CALIFORNIA executed by: County of San Bernardino 4:00pm (619) 590-1221. Cal- California, a más tardar las main entrance to the Chino Public RUBEN BAUTISTA, JR. AND will conduct a public hearing Western Reconveyance Corporation, 525 East Main Street, P.O. Box 22004, El Cajon, CA 92022-9004 Dated: Library, 13180 Central Avenue, Chino, San Bernardino County, CA at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash or check as described below, payable 5:00 p.m. el martes, 13 de septiembre de 2011. Además, el Ayuntamiento de la Ciudad de Fontana llevará a MARIA BAUTISTA, HUSBAND AND WIFE AS JOINT TEN- ANTS WILL SELL AT PUBLIC on September 9, 2011 at 8:30 a.m. at 715 E. Brier Drive, San Bernardino, CA 92408. If Or Call AUCTION TO HIGHEST BID- a citizen wishes to challenge August 05, 2011. (R-388836 in full at time of sale, all right, title, and cabo una audiencia pública DER FOR CASH, CASHIER'S the nature of the above Published El Chicano 8/18,25,9/1/11 E-5170 interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust, in the property situated in said County and con el propósito de recibir comentarios del público del borrador del CAPER 2010- CHECK DRAWN ON A STATE OR NATIONAL BANK, A CHECK DRAWN BY A STATE action(s) in court he/she may be limited to raising only (909) 381-9898 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S those issues he/she or some- State and as more fully de-scribed in 2011 en la siguiente fecha, OR FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, SALE T.S No. 1326516-02 one else raised at the public the above referenced Deed of Trust. hora y lugar: OR A CHECK DRAWN BY A APN: 1191-081-45-0-000 hearing described in this The street address and other common FECHA: Martes, 13 de sep- STATE OR FEDERAL SAV- TRA: 007004 LOAN NO: notice, or in written corre- designation, if any, of the real property tiembre 2011 INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- Xxxxxx0319 REF: Hebert, Harley IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER: YOU ARE IN DEFAULT described above is purported to be: 364 WEST 11TH STREET, SAN BERNARDINO, CA, 92410. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any lia- HORA: 7:00 p.m. Ubicación: City Hall Council Chamber TION, SAVINGS ASSOCIA- TION, OR SAVINGS BANK SPECIFIED IN SECTION 5102 OF THE FINANCIAL CODE spondence delivered Monday through Friday to the Secretary's Office located at 715 E. Brier Drive, San FAX UNDER A DEED OF TRUST, DATED April 20, 2006. UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION bility for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designa- tion, if any, shown herein. The total 8353 Sierra Ave. Fontana, CA 92335 Copias del borrador del CAPER estarán disponibles AND AUTHORIZED TO DO BUSINESS IN THIS STATE: AT THE NORTH ARROWHEAD Bernardino, CA 92408 prior to the hearing. In accordance with the (909) 384-0406 TO PROTECT YOUR PROP- amount of the unpaid balance with AVENUE ENTRANCE TO THE durante el período de Rehabilitation Act of 1973, ERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A interest thereon of the obligation COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 351 revisión pública en los sigu- the Housing Authority will PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED secured by the property to be sold NORTH ARROWHEAD ientes lugares: make reasonable efforts to AN EXPLANATION OF THE plus reasonable estimated costs, AVENUE SAN BERNARDINO • La Oficina del Secretario accommodate persons with NATURE OF THE PROCEED- expenses and advances at the time of CALIFORNIA all right, title and ING AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT LAWYER. On September 14, A the initial publica-tion of the Notice of Sale is $225,618.90. It is possible that at the time of sale the opening bid may Municipal de la Ciudad de Fontana ubicada en el 8353 Sierra Avenue, Fontana, CA -- interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the property situated in disabilities. Please call (909) 890-0644 at least three days in advance if you require spe- FBN’s ONLY de lunes a jueves de 8:00 a.m. said County and State cial accommodations. 2011, at 1:00pm, Cal-Western be less than the total indebtedness a 6:00 p.m.; Reconveyance Corporation, as duly appointed trustee under and pursuant to Deed of due. In addition to cash, the Trustee will accept cashier’s checks drawn on a state or national bank, a check • El Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo de Negocios de la Ciudad de Fontana ubicado en described as: COMPLETELY DESCRIBED IN SAID DEED OF TRUST The street address and other common designation, To receive copies of this notice in Spanish, please call (909) 890-0644. $40! Trust recorded April 26, 2006, drawn by a state or federal credit CNS-2167247# el 8353 Sierra Avenue, if any, of the real property as Inst. No. 2006-0281787 in union, or a check drawn by a state or described above is purported to PUBLISHED EL CHICANO Fontana, CA -- de lunes a book XX, page XX of Official federal savings and loan association, 9/1/11 E-5181 Page A28 • September 1, 2011 • Inland Empire Community Newspapers S ometimes it’s the simple things in life that matter most. Spend- ing time in the kitchen making something yummy together is one of the simple things families can do to make life a little sweeter Fun family recipes for Labor Day and create lifelong memories. These recipes are not only easy, but they are also lots of fun. They’re terrific for a “just-because” snack or as a sweet way to finish off a fam- ily picnic. And kids of all ages can help — from pouring and stirring to dipping and decorating, there’s something everyone can do. And some- how food tastes a little bit better to kids when they help make it them- selves. You can find more fun family recipes like these, as well as a gluten- free recipe made with new Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® Gluten Free ce- real, at www.ricekrispies.com. Family Features Peanut Butter Bars 1. In large mixing bowl beat Preparation Time: 20 minutes peanut butter and butter on Dip ’n’ Roll Strawberry Treats 1 1/2 cups Kellogg’s Rice stirring every 30 seconds. Total Time: 1 hour medium speed until combined. Preparation Time: 15 minutes Krispies cereal 3. Place cereal in shallow dish. Servings: 12 Add powdered sugar and milk. Total Time: 35 minutes Skewers Push skewers into strawberries 1 cup reduced fat creamy peanut Beat until fluffy. Stir in cereal, Servings: 12 1. Wash strawberries and pat dry through stem end. Dip in choco- butter mixing until thoroughly combined. 24 large fresh strawberries with paper towels. late, allowing excess chocolate to 3 tablespoons butter or mar- Press mixture evenly into 8 x 8 x 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate 2. In small microwave-safe bowl drip off. Roll in cereal. Place on garine, softened 2-inch pan coated with cooking morsels combine chocolate morsels and wax paper. Let stand at room tem- 1 cup powdered sugar spray. Refrigerate until firm. 1 tablespoon vegetable shorten- shortening. Microwave at high for perature for 30 minutes or until 3 tablespoons fat free milk 2. Drizzle chocolate over cereal ing 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or until melted, chocolate is firm. 3cups Kellogg’s Rice Krispies mixture. Refrigerate about 30 min- cereal or 3 cups Kellogg’s Cocoa utes or until chocolate is set and Krispies cereal cereal mixture is firm. Cut into 1/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate bars. Store in airtight container in morsels, melted refrigerator. Yankee Doodle Dandy Treats Preparation Time: 30 minutes Total Time: 1 hour Servings: 18 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 package (10 ounces, about 40) regular marshmallows OR 4 cups miniature marshmallows 6 cups Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® cereal OR 6 cups Kellogg’s® Cocoa Krispies® cereal 1 1/2 cups white chocolate morsels 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 3/4 cup powdered sugar 2 tablespoons water Red-, white- and blue-colored sprinkles 1. In large saucepan melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. 2. Add cereal. Stir until well coated. 3. Using buttered spatula or wax paper, evenly press mixture into 13 x 9 x 2-inch pan coated with cooking spray. Cool. Crosswise cut in half, forming two 9 x 6 1/2-inch rectangles. 4. Meanwhile, in small saucepan melt white chocolate morsels over low heat, stirring frequently. Stir in oil. Add powdered sugar, stirring until combined. Add water. Stir until smooth. 5. Spread chocolate mixture over one cereal rectangle. Top with sec- ond rectangle. Sprinkle with red, white and blue sprinkles, pressing lightly into cereal mixture. Refrigerate about 30 minutes or until set. Cut into 3 1/4 x 1-inch strips. Best if served the same day.
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