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VOL. 23, NO. 5 MAKING WAVES IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

THISWEEK

FOR THE

RUN OF IT

More than 10,000

runners and walkers

participate in the

Carlsbad Marathon

and Half Marathon

on Jan. 25 B1

LOCAL LEGENDS

Carlsbad mourns the

death of two of its

original volunteer

firefighters A3

POP ART

The Oceanside

Museum of Art opens

an exhibit featuring

area pop surrealist

artists A10

INSIDE

TWO SECTIONS, 40 PAGES

Business Directory . . . B14

Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . A7

Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . B11

Comics . . . . . . . . . . . . . B13

Consumer Reports . . . A13

Crime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A8

Eye on the Coast . . . . . . A5

EyeWitness . . . . . . . . . . A15

Hit the Road . . . . . . . . . B2

Hot Off The Block . . . . . A9

Legal Notices . . . . . . . . A18

Observations . . . . . . . . . A4

Odd Files . . . . . . . . . . . . A3

Opinion . . . . . . . . . . . . . A4

Pet of the Week . . . . . . . B3

Small Talk . . . . . . . . . . . B1

Taste of Wine . . . . . . . A11

To Your Health . . . . . . B10

Who’s News? . . . . . . . . . A8

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CRASHDOWN IN OCEANSIDE

A plane crash occurred at 10:45 a.m. Jan. 24. in Oceanside on Mission Avenue at Highway 76. A single-engine

Cessna 172 had just taken off from the Oceanside Municipal Airport and immediately crashed into a power pole and

a raw sewage treatment plant. Oceanside police identified the pilot as Amandeep Singh, 24, and his passenger as

Harshdeep Multani, 18. Singh and Multani were critically injured and had to be cut from the plane. Oceanside firefighters

had to work in ankle-deep raw sewage as a result of the plane clipping a sewage valve at the treatment plant.

Singh was trapped in the wreckage for almost an hour with severe trauma to his lower extremities. Both victims were

transported to the hospital via Mercy Air. County Health officials were called in to help with cleanup of the sewage at

the crash site. Oceanside Police and the NTSB are investigating the crash. Photo by Jeff Hall

Coach denies having sex with teen players

By Randy Kalp

ESCONDIDO — The director

of a now-defunct Vista volleyball

club was arraigned Jan. 23 on

nearly two dozen charges relating

to alleged unlawful sexual

conduct with three of his former

underage players, one of whom

he eventually married.

Steven Antony, 39, pleaded

not guilty to 23 sexual abuse

counts stemming from his time

as a coach at Sunstorm Volleyball

Club. The multitude of charges

include committing lewd and lascivious

acts on a child, unlawful

sexual intercourse and performing

sexual intercourse with a foreign

object. All three girls were

between the ages of 15 and 17.

If convicted of the charges,

Antony faces three to 10 years in

prison, Deputy District Attorney

Lisa Stark said.

At the hearing, Vista

Superior Court Judge Joe

Littlejohn decreased Antony’s

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bail from $1 million to $700,000,

which was still a long way from

the $100,000 bail his attorney,

Brad Patton, had asked for. The

lawyer told Littlejohn that his

client cooperated fully with the

authorities when he found out in

September that he was under

investigation for the alleged

crimes.

Following the hearing,

Antony’s mother, Carole Lee,

denied a request to comment

about the allegations.

And while Patton didn’t comment

on the judge’s denial of his

bail request, he did say he found

it odd that Antony’s ex-wife was

one of the girls citied as a victim.

Patton said the couple was married

for five years, but divorced

in 2007, when the woman was 27.

Stark confirmed that Antony

was married to one of the alleged

victims. She said their sexual

relationship started when the

girl was 15 and he was 27. Stark

Former ‘Idol’ singer blogs The Coast News

Stacey is a country music

singer who was eliminated from

“American Idol” on

May 2, 2007. His musical ambitions

flourished after his

“American Idol” elimination, as

he signed a recording contract

with Lyric Street Records.

Stacey made a short run with

Lyric Street Records, but managed

to release a self-titled

debut album in the spring of

2008. His first single, “If You

said Antony’s ex-wife didn’t

intend for him to be criminally

charged for their past relationship;

however, prosecutors filed

the charges in lieu of statements

she made after being questioned

by authorities.

Last September, authorities

received a tip that Antony was

having a sexual relationship with

a player on his Sunstorm

Volleyball Club team, sheriff’s

Sgt. Hank Turner said. Further

investigation revealed the two

other victims, he said. Antony

was arrested Jan. 22 during a

traffic stop in Escondido, the sergeant

said.

In addition to coaching at

Sunstorm Volleyball Club,

Antony taught special education

and coached boys and girls

volleyball teams at Escondido’s

San Pasqual High School since

2004, said Steve Boyle, assistant

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Didn’t Love Me,” peaked on the

country music charts at No. 28.

“I feel my job as a singer is

part of my job as a human

being,” Stacey said. “I’m supposed

to be touching other people’s

lives, doing the best I can

to be a positive force in the

world.”

Stacey will blog for The

Coast News Group after each of

the show’s two episodes per

week.

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JAN. 30, 2009

City limits

uses for

streetfront

property

By Bianca Kaplanek

DEL MAR — Sympathetic to

the business community, City

Council introduced an ordinance

amendment at the Jan. 20 meeting

that will restrict the allowable

uses of street-front buildings in

the downtown area, but provided

itself flexibility when addressing

existing nonconforming activities.

The new horizontal zoning

regulations, which were recommended

by the Planning

Commission, would limit businesses

in street-level storefronts along

Camino del Mar and 15th Street to

restaurants, retail, personal services

and cultural establishments

such as museums and art galleries.

Office space will be allowed in

other parts of those buildings.

“This all is part of the bigger

revitalization program,” interim

Planning Director Brian Mooney

said.

The overall focus of this is to

try to create a vibrant pedestrianoriented

retail commercial corridor

along Camino del Mar — create,

maintain, revive that historic

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Chamber

CEO abruptly

steps down

By Wehtahnah Tucker

ENCINITAS — In a move that

surprised many, Chamber of

Commerce CEO Gary Tucker

resigned effective Feb. 6. After

two years as the top staff member

at the chamber, Tucker said it was

time to pursue other opportunities

in the private sector.

Tucker replaced former chamber

CEO Keith Turner after his

resignation was accepted by the

board of directors in February

2006. No replacement for Tucker

has been named.

In the resignation letter

Tucker sent to the board Jan. 23,

he cites declining revenue from

returning members, loss of faith in

the board’s leadership and the

executive committee’s refusal to

follow the bylaws of the organization

as reasons for his departure.

However, in an interview,

Tucker remained vague on the

details of the disagreements

between himself and the volunteer

board. Instead, he framed the

relationship in philosophical

terms. “I was looking for a little

more engagement with the

board,” he said. “I think I like to

move a little quicker than others.”

Tucker said the goals set by

the board when he was hired have

essentially been met. “We moved

to our new location at Second and

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A2 THE COAST NEWS

JAN. 30, 2009

Del Mar council approves first two sidewalk cafe permits

By Bianca Kaplanek

DEL MAR — Less than six

months after adopting an ordinance

that streamlines the

process for adding outdoor eating

areas in the downtown area,

City Council unanimously

approved two applications for

sidewalk cafes at the Jan. 20

meeting.

Jimmy O’s on 15th Street is

proposing a 377-square-foot outdoor

cafe that will extend 12

feet from the existing building

face. Americana Cafe’s outdoor

seating area on 15th Street will

be enlarged to 537 square feet,

with improvements but

no expansion proposed for the

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BEFORE AND AFTER Above left, the projects will include landscape and streetscape enhancements such as replacing the concrete and brick paver sidewalk with aggregate

concrete to match the sidewalk on the north side of the street. Photo by Bianca Kaplanek Above right, as shown in this preliminary conceptual drawing, brick and glass

perimeter walls will surround proposed sidewalk cafes on 15th Street. City Council recently approved a permit for Americana Cafe to replace and expand its existing outdoor

eating area. Next door at Jimmy O’s, a sidewalk cafe will be added and larger, more historically accurate windows will replace the existing ones. Courtesy rendering

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Residents participate in

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By Wehtahnah Tucker

ENCINITAS — Residents

weighed in on the issues facing

the city during City Council’s

annual goal setting session Jan.

20. Among top concerns voiced

by the public at the meeting

were increased traffic congestion

along the city’s roads, infrastructure

improvement along

Leucadia’s Highway 101 corridor,

and quality enhancement of

the city’s beaches.

An unprecedented number

of residents filled the room to

capacity. Until last year,

Councilwoman Teresa Barth said

that typically only a handful of

residents attend the meeting

each year. “It was gratifying to

see so many people make the

time to come down and address

the council,” Mayor Maggie

Houlihan said.

After lengthy staff presentations

on the fiscal challenges facing

the city and the overall status

of major capital and works

projects, Finance Officer

Jennifer Smith said the budget

will assume a two-year recession.

City Manager Phil Cotton

revealed the staff’s prioritization

results. This year, no scores were

given to projects ranked in three

tiers. The highest priority projects

were those that met public

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safety and infrastructure goals.

Sandford Shapiro, a Parks

and Recreation Commissioner,

gave the council a report on a

2007 survey of beachgoer satisfaction.

They raved about the

quality of the beaches,” he said.

However, he added that there

were a couple of complaints

about Moonlight Beach. “They

had some complaints about the

condition of the restroom facilities,”

he said. “They also commented

on the lack of handicap

parking at the lower level.”

Shapiro cautioned the council to

keep in mind the deteriorating

lifeguard tower at Moonlight

Beach. “The public didn’t comment

on it because they don’t

use it,” he said. He asked that

rehabilitating the tower remain

on the list of council priorities in

the year to come.

Gordon Smith, a longtime

resident and professional chef,

spoke on behalf of SlowFood, a

nonprofit organization that

makes people aware of the food

they eat and how it is grown. He

asked the council to consider a

partnership with the organization

to build a community garden.

“I think we will be able to

explore that with productive

results,” Houlihan said after the

meeting. Smith said it would be

volunteer-run and would bring

more sense of community to the

city.

Houlihan also said that the

improvement plan to North 101

Coast Highway corridor was a

high priority. “I think we are

moving forward in a very constructive

way on this project,”

she said.“We’ve had a lot of public

input.”


JAN. 30, 2009

by CHUCK

ODD

SHEPHERD

FILES

LEAD STORY

Saudi Arabia is host to several

camel beauty pageants

each year (condemned as religiously

fatuous by Muslim clerics),

but the country’s first goat

beauty pageant was held in

September in Riyadh, with the

distinctive Najdi breed, featuring

high nose bridges and silky,

shaggy hair, taking top prizes. In

fact, most of the goats in the

competition had the same

father, Burgan, whose progeny

typically fetch the equivalent of

$25,000 and up. Still, prize-winning

show camels can bring 10

times that amount for the

greater status they convey to

their owners. Burgan himself

did not appear at the pageant,

according to a Reuters dispatch,

because his owner feared that a

jealous competitor would have

an “evil eye” cast upon him.

Cultural Diversity

The Rental Society:

Among the services available

by the clock in Japan (according

to a January BBC dispatch) are

(1) quality time with a pet

(about $10 an hour at the Ja La

La Cafe in Toyko, usually with

dogs or cats but with rabbits,

ferrets and beetles available);

(2) no-sex quality time with a

college coed (flattering conversation

by the hour at the

Campus Cafe, less expensive

than the geisha-type houses);

(3) and actors from the I Want

To Cheer Up agency in Tokyo, to

portray “relatives” for weddings

and funerals when actual family

members cannot attend, or to

portray fathers to help single

women with their parenting

duties,or to portray husbands to

help women practice for the

routine of married life (except

for sex).

— In January, a federal

judge dismissed the last lawsuit

standing in the way of a new

Indian casino for California’s

Amador County, where the federally

recognized Me-Wuk tribe

of the Buena Vista Rancheria

has its 67-acre reservation. The

tribe consists of Rhonda

Morningstar Pope and her five

children, none of whom lives on

the tribal land.

— Parental Responsibility:

(1) A father took his 20-year-old

son to an Islamic court in

Bauchi, Nigeria, in October,

demanding that he be jailed for

idleness, which he said has

shamed the family. (The court

immediately sentenced the son

to 30 lashes and six months in

prison.) (2) In December, a

court in Seoul, South Korea,

fined the parents of a teenage

rapist the equivalent of about

$60,000 for their negligence in

raising the boy badly. (The 18year-old

himself is serving a 10year

sentence for the crime.)

— Twenty million Chinese

have their residences in caves,

but that is often not a bad deal,

according to a December

McClatchy Newspapers dispatch

from Miaogou Village. In

addition to the obvious advantages

(e.g., no mortgage), some

caves have been in the family

for generations and have electrical

wiring, plumbing and

cable television, and some are

part of communities of connected

caves. Researchers said that

earthen insulation keeps the

inside temperature from dropping

below about 55 degrees

Fahrenheit even in the dead of

winter.

By Wehtahnah Tucker

ENCINITAS — An official

with San Diego Gas & Electric

gave a presentation to City

Council Jan. 21 outlining new

technology available to homeowners

and businesses that may

conserve electricity and save

money.

Claudia Carrillo, a public

affairs manager with the power

company, said smart meters are

digital meters with two-way communication

that send energy use

information to SDG&E. Unlike

existing meters, smart meters

have a computer chip that

records energy usage. In the

future, energy use information

will be recorded every hour at

your home and every 15 minutes

at a business.

SDG&E will replace all electric

meters and upgrade all gas

meters with smart meters over

the next three years. Carrillo

THE COAST NEWS A3

Carlsbad mourns two community figures

By Jeannie Sprague-Bentley

CARLSBAD — Carlsbad

recently lost two of the original

members of the Carlsbad

Volunteer Fire Department,

notable community leaders who

helped shape the city into what

it is today.

Huston Tucker, 87, died Jan.

15, two weeks after suffering a

stroke. Johnny McKaig, 83, died

Jan. 17, and had recently been

in declining health.

Tucker, born in Bethel,

Okla., had been a resident since

1947 and was actively involved

in the community from the

beginning. Just last year, he

enjoyed celebrating the 50-year

anniversary of the first Boy

Scout troop in Carlsbad, which

he was instrumental in organizing.

Tucker is also credited with

starting the volunteer fire

department after answering an

ad and then recruiting others,

organizing them into a nonprofit

corporation and helping the

department get its first truck.

One of the first volunteers

to join him was Johnny McKaig.

McKaig moved to Vista after

World War II and took a job at a

local barber shop. A few years

later he moved to Carlsbad and

eventually set up shop on State

Street, where he became known

as “Johnny the Barber.” Giving

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By Randy Kalp

ESCONDIDO — An elderly

man accused of gunning down

his two roommates, killing one

of them, may have been delusional

and suffering from paranoia

during the April 2007 shootings,

a neuropyschologist testified

Jan. 23.

Largely due to two strokes,

Octavian Crishan, 70, has a “fist

size” area of damage to the right

hemisphere of his brain, testified

Dr. Erin Bigler, director of

neuropsychology at Brigham

Young University. The damage

to Crishan’s brain is “severe”

and “extensive,” he said.

Because the brain damage is

concentrated in the right hemisphere,

his speech and movements

wouldn’t give any indication

to the internal difficulties

— perception, time and motor

skills — Crishan may be suffering

from, Bigler said.

Bigler’s testimony was followed

by surviving victim

Matthew Vivian’s account of the

VOLUNTEER PIONEER Huston Tucker (on the top rear and middle) is pictured above on the Department of Forestry’s truck,

before the first volunteer fire department got their own. Courtesy photo

Doctor: ‘Man may have been delusional during shootings’

shooting and the atmosphere

in their Escondido home. Due

to availability issues, Vista

Superior Court Judge Joel

Pressman granted defense attorney

John Cotsirilos’ request to

put Bigler on the stand during

the prosecution’s case.

Crishan, a former Las Vegas

concert violinist, is charged with

the murder of his longtime

friend Herman Wiesemeyer, 67,

and the attempted murder of

another friend, Vivian, in

Wiesemeyer’s Escondido home

in the 2100 block of Parktree

Lane on April 18, 2007. Both

Vivian and Crishan rented

rooms from Wiesemeyer.

Vivian, a resident nurse in

his late 40s, testified he returned

home from work around 8 a.m.

April 18, which coincidentally is

his birthday. When he entered

the house, he noticed a body

lying in the breakfast nook, but

because the house was dark he

couldn’t distinguish which of his

roommates it was. He said as he

SDG&E introduces new conservation technology to public

said 1.4 million electric meters

and 900,000 gas meters will be

replaced at a cost of $572 million.

“North county is the first

area slated for replacement,”

Carrillo told the council.

Residences and small businesses

will be first to receive the new

meter.

“This (device) will help customers

budget their energy use

better,” Carrillo said. Despite

energy conservation measures

put in place over the years, the

number of days when a power

shortage could occur has been

increasing, according to Carrillo.

Councilwoman Teresa Barth

said the information was valuable

not only from an individual

perspective but also looking at

the foreseeable impacts of using

less electricity in the county. “I

think if people in Encinitas knew

that lessening their energy con-

went to investigate further,

Crishan came out of the shadows

of the den and shot him point

blank with a Berretta semi-automatic

pistol.

As Vivian laid on the ground

choking on his blood, he testified

Crishan told him, “Shut up

or I’ll give you another one.” It

was at that point that Vivian said

he feigned his death and then

surprised Crishan by jumping

up and wrestling him for the

gun. Just before Vivian got a grip

on the pistol, he said Crishan

pointed the gun at him and

pulled the trigger four times

only to have the weapon misfire.

Eventually, Vivian said he

was able to pin Crishan down

and call 911. When police

arrived around 8:45 a.m., Vivian

exited the house and turned the

pistol over to authorities, he

said. Crishan came out three

hours later, rambling and pleading

to be shot, according to court

documents. Police used seven

bean bag rounds and a police

sumption could reduce the need

for new power plants then I think

this meter would be useful in

tracking their consumption,” she

said after the meeting.

Besides providing customers

with more knowledge about

their energy consumption, the

technology has other benefits as

well according to the representative.

“Smart meters will help

SDG&E find outages quickly so

we can identify and fix the problem

faster,” she said. “Right now,

when there is a major outage we

know about it but the smaller

ones take longer to recognize.”

Like existing meters, the

cost of the new meter is part of

the regular energy bill. The cost

is approximately $2.50 per

month.

Carrillo said that an additional

benefit to the new meters

is privacy. Because smart meters

send information electronically

dog to subdue him.

As a result of the shooting,

Vivian said he suffered a shattered

jaw, as well as spinal complications,

which required multiple

surgeries.

Vivian, who had lived at the

residence for more than a

decade, said he first met Crishan

when the elderly man moved

into Wiesemeyer’s residence in

2006 from a Las Vegas assistedcare

facility where he had been

following a debilitating car accident.

“We were all friends,”

Vivian said when asked about

the atmosphere in the house.

He said Crishan and

Wiesemeyer both had a propensity

for alcohol and arguing for

the sake of arguing.

However, Crishan’s attorney

painted a more hostile scenario

for the jury in his opening statement.

Cotsirilos said both men

were verbally and physically

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to SDG&E daily, meter readers

will no longer have to enter a

property.

With the information it provides,

smart meters can help

save energy which saves natural

resources and reduces the need

to build new power plants or

other equipment. “This is a step

toward conservation and greening

the grid,” Carrillo said.

“It’s great that SDG&E is

using the technology that’s available

for residents to better monitor

their energy use,” Harold

Jenkins said. The Encinitas resident

said the community is

becoming more aware of the

importance of conserving energy.

“This is California,” he said.

“We know about rolling blackouts

and when to use our dishwashers

and to unplug unused

appliances. Now the trick is getting

the rest of the country on

board.”


OPINION &EDITORIAL

A4 JAN. 30, 2009

Words reveal where change

will remain the same

Like most Americans, I

gathered with others to witness

the inauguration of

President Barack Obama. As

a strong supporter of his candidacy,

and a big fan of his

highly educated sense of language

and the power of words,

there was no way I was going

to miss his first address to the

world as president. Was I

impressed? Yes. Was it all I

expected it to be? Yes. Was I

disappointed? Absolutely.

Don’t get me wrong, I

believe Obama represents

change on many levels, I

wouldn’t have voted for him if

I thought otherwise. Of all

those seeking to replace

George W. Bush, he best represented

21st century sensibility,

and I celebrated the day he

O

ver the past 20

years, I have

chronicled and

commented on the

environmental

rhetoric and record

of the last three

presidents. I have

no intention to

stop now.

was elected.

Over the past 20 years, I

have chronicled and commented

on the environmental rhetoric

and record of the last

three presidents. I have no

intention to stop now. As with

41,42 and 43, “Observations

from the Edge” begins the

commentary clock with an

assessment of 44’s inaugural

speech.

As inaugural speeches go,

Obama’s was a good one.

Hitting all the right notes, he

recycled a great deal from his

campaign stump speeches,

speaking to the sobering reality

of the times. That said,

Obama made it quite clear he

should not, at this time, be

considered an environmentalist.

Some of you would say his

statement “ ... each day brings

further evidence that the ways

we use energy strengthens our

adversaries and threaten our

BOB

NANNINGA

Observations from the Edge

planet” is enough to assuage

the concerns of environmental

activists. Allow me to enlighten

you.

First of all, whether he is

referring to Americans or

humans, it is not “our planet.”

Humans are just one species

inhabiting the biosphere.

Second, it is rather arrogant to

think humans threaten the

planet — we don’t. The planet

existed long before humans

evolved. Humans only threaten

the environment that sustains

the species currently

inhabiting global ecosystems,

including our own.

Regarding Obama’s promise,

“We will build the roads

and bridges, the electric grids,

and digital lines that feed our

commerce and bind us together.”

How does that represent

change? There is not a time in

the past three decades that

roads and bridges were not

being built. And as for electrical

lines, isn’t that what the

Sunrise Power Link is?

I also wonder if President

Obama understands the ecological

implications of running

cars and factories by

“harnessing the sun, winds,

and the soil,” all of which will

result in severe environmental

impacts just as fossil fuels and

nuclear energy do.

When he said “we will not

apologize for our way of life,”

my heart sank. The United

States represents 4 percent of

the world’s population, yet we

consume more than 25 percent

of the planet’s natural

resources. American consumptive

patterns cannot be sustained

at current levels.

Giving credit where credit is

due, I was glad to hear him say

“ ... nor can we consume the

world’s resources without

regard to effect.”

Perhaps there is hope

after all.

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U.N. forbids defaming religion, especially Islam

By Nat Hentoff

SYNDICATED COLUMNIST

On Inauguration Day, the

Organization of the Islamic

Conference, in a New York Times

ad (“An Invitation to a New

Partnership”), told “Dear

President OBAMA” that Muslims

“have compelling strategic and

moral reasons to cooperate and

peacefully co-exist with the

United States in particular, and

with the West in general.”

Many Muslims here and

elsewhere want that partnership;

but some, jihadists in the name

of Islam, disagree violently. In its

address to our new president, the

Organization of the Islamic

Conference (which has permanent

status at the United

Nations) made no mention of its

own strategic skills that resulted,

on Dec. 18, in the passage by the

U.N. General Assembly of a nonbinding

resolution (with strong

advice to its members) that condemns

“defamation of religion,”

especially Islam.

In a 83-to-53 vote, with 42

abstentions, the U.N. General

Assembly urges nations to provide

“adequate protections” in

their laws or constitutions

against “acts of hatred, discrimination,

intimidation and coercion

resulting from defamation of religions

and incitement to religious

hatred in general.”

Only Islam and Muslims are

specifically named in this resolution

against religious defamation

sponsored by Uganda — on

behalf of the 57-member

Organization of the Islamic

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Conference — with co-sponsors

Belarus and Venezuela. In the

opposition were the United

States, a majority of European

countries, Japan, India and a

number of other nations.

Those voting in favor say

they do not want to limit free

speech but do intend to stop such

expressions as the 2005 Danish

cartoons disrespecting the

Prophet Muhammad that ignited

violent protests by Muslims

around the world.

Among the opponents,

including myself, of this U.N.

move to have its members legislate,

with penalties — against

such very broadly designated

“religious defamation” — is

Floyd Abrams, this country’s

leading protector of the First

Amendment in the Supreme

Court and in his writings. In his

Dec. 9, lecture on Global

Communications Issues at the

United Nations itself in New

York, he cited a recent study by

the European Center for Law

and Justice finding “that laws

based on the concept of ‘defamation

of religion’ actually help to

create a climate of violence.”

“Violators of these laws, as

applied in most Muslim countries,

are subject to the death

penalty,” Abrams continued. He

cited from the study a 22-year-old

Hindu in Pakistan “was beaten to

death by co-workers at a factory

for allegedly committing the

crime of blasphemy, which is a

crime punishable by death in the

country.”The three workers were

“charged not with murder but

with ‘failure to inform the police

that blasphemy was under way.’”

Also in an article, “The

Freedom to Criticize” by Floyd

Abrams (The American Jewish

Congress Monthly, 2008), he

emphasizes, and I fully agree,

that the effect of what the

United Nations voted for on Dec.

18 “would be just as dangerous if

this did not (originally) come

from the Islamic states, but came

from any other group of states

representing or purporting to

speak for any other religion.”

Another of America’s leading

First Amendment lawyers,

Marc Stern, co-executive director

of the American Jewish

Congress, makes a crucial point

that if this approach to “defamation

of religion” were to become

a crime under international law

(under the impetus of the U.N.

resolution): “nations would be

able to seek extradition and trial

abroad of persons who make

statements critical or offensive to

one or all faiths anywhere in the

world.”

Already, for example, as

Reuters reported last June 4

(“Jordan Summons Danish

Cartoonist on Blasphemy

Charges”), that country’s prosecutor,

Hassan Abdullat, subpoenaed

“11 Danes for drawing and

reprinting” cartoons that offend

Islam. The Danes were charged

— in Jordan — for “threatening

the national peace.”

Under Jordanian law,

Reuters reported, “reproducing

images of the Prophet

Muhammad inside — or even

outside the country — is illegal

under the Jordanian Justice

Act.”

One of the Danes summoned

to Jordan was Kurt Westergaard,

who, for years, has been subject

to death threats for his cartoon,

among others, of the Prophet

Muhammad wearing a turban in

the shape of a bomb.

When the riots and deaths

following those Danish cartoons

were reported in American newspapers,

none of the offending

cartoons were published accompanying

the stories in The New

York Times, the Washington Post

and other major dailies, except

the Philadelphia Inquirer and

the New York Sun. But, at the

Village Voice, where I then had a

column, I ran the story, with the

cartoon of Prophet Muhammad

wearing the bomb-shaped turban.

I was damned if I’d be intimidated

for doing my job as a

reporter. For a couple of weeks, I

was more vigilant than usual

walking the streets, but I’m still

here.What most stays in my mind

is that long before the Dec. 18,

2008, resolution on defamation of

religions, so much of the

American free press refused to

run even one of the cartoons at

the core of the story, and hardly

anything about the United

Nations’ Dec. 18 resolution.

Did they not want to offend

certain readers? Were they

afraid? If the U.N. resolution

became international law, the

First Amendment would still protect

opponents here, but think of

the bloody impact on “defamers”

around the world.

To be continued ...

Nat Hentoff is a nationally renowned authority

on the First Amendment and the Bill of

Rights and author of many books.


JAN. 30, 2009

Significant redistricting hearings ahead

Prop. 11 follow up

Public meetings on redistricting of

state political boundaries have been

scheduled as provided for in Prop. 11,

which was passed by voters last

November. Meetings will be in San Diego,

Feb. 9; Fresno, Feb. 20; Los Angeles, Feb.

23; and San Francisco, Feb. 27. A 14-member

commission that will include nonelected

folks will review the input from

the meetings and will draw the districts

in time for the 2012 election. Population

shifts determined by the 2010 census will

be reflected. Many of the current bunch

of electeds opposed redistricting becuz it

clearly threatened their opportunities for

remaining in office.

Chargers staying

or leaving?

While there’s lottsa palaver about the

Chargers playing in a Chula Vista stadium

or one that might be built along the

waterfront, Ed Roski in L.A. envisions the

L.A. Chargers playing in a City of

Industry stadium on land he possesses.

Part owner of the Lakers and Kings,

Roski has for years romanced electeds in

that city to partner with him. Chargers

owner Alex Spanos sez it’s the Harbor

City or Southbay all the way. But bizness

is bizness and he’s a shrewd bizznessman

from Stockton with no particular allegiance

to any city as long as there is a big

amount of cash that will flow into the till.

Contrarian

Longtime Seaside resident Pete

Kaye has his biography out that took him

a few years to write under the title of

“Contrarian.” Close friends say it fits him

to a C.A World War II and Korean War vet

and award-winning print and TV journalist,

Kaye covered a score of events of

worldwide significance from Pearl

Harbor to Watergate and the sometimes

less than successful space program. It’s an

exciting 260-page account of his life and

now when he is sitting around talking stories

with friends he recalls happenings

he forgot to include in “Contrarian.” It’s

available at www.amazon.com.

Who told?

None of the Flower Capital electeds

or staff professed to know how the

SANDAG Web site knew weeks ago that

councilor Dan Dalager was to be the second

alternate on that board representing

the city. He is, but that action wuzzn’t official

until the Jan. 14 council meeting.

Councilor Jerome Stocks, the city’s rep on

the board, sez it wuzzn’t him who leaked

to SANDAG. Legislating outside the box

maybe?

Enuff already

There seems to be a frenzy about

invoking bans on this and that. Now the

South Coast Air Quality Management

District with jurisdiction in San

Bernardino, Riverside, L.A. and Orange

counties has decreed that after March 9,

all new homes that include fireplaces

must have gas-log fireplaces rather than

the wood burners. And the earlier ones

will be prevented from firing up on bad

air days. Will that require a battery of

highly paid monitors? Folks may soon

decide that it’s time to enact an ordinance

to ban the ban.

Membership meeting

Leucadia 101 Mainstreet Assn. has

scheduled its annual membership meet-

Del Mar needs to start

with City Hall

I just came across the article in

today’s (Jan. 15) San Diego Union-

Tribune entitled “City takes steps to

freshen up downtown.”

If the city of Del Mar really wants

to “freshen up downtown” and “attract

investors, development, businesses ... ”

and make downtown more marketable,

take a hard look at Del Mar City Hall.

So much for civic pride. This public

BILL

ARBALLO

Eye on the Coast

ing

Feb. 12 in the Poinsettia Room at City

Hall starting at 6:30 p.m. Diane Langager,

senior planner for North Hwy. 101

streetscape, will give an update on

progress made after three community

workshops. Light Up Leucadia holiday

contest winners will also be recognized.

Give a looksie

Arts Alive banners are up in

Solbeach and are quite contemporary.

Each one conveys the environmental

based theme “Our Earth-Our Chance.”

They will remain up until May in Eden

Gardens, Lomas Santa Fe Boulevard

and historic Highway 101.

No job for justa manager

Some discussion, pro and con, about

the recent increase in pay for

Fairground Chief Exec. Tim Fennell.

May seem a bit high at this time but this

is no ordinary job for a pro in this field.

Fennell oversees a $59.3 mil. budget.

When he came aboard in 1993 there

were fewer than 100 interim events, now

there are more than

300. These are important locally becuz

of the sales tax revenue. Relations with

the Thoroughbred Club have never been

better. Once they usta snarl at each other.

During last fall’s wildfires, the fairgrounds

became more than an animal

refuge. It unexpectedly was turned into

an evacuation center for fire-threatened

folks including dozens from health care

centers. It resulted in nationwide

acclaim. In the fair industry, the head

enchilada is the manager but at Del Mar

it takes more than someone who knows

how to lay out carnival rides.

Too late?

Surfside City electeds are hustling

to create a specific plan for the commercial

core. With the economy in the

tank, it may already be too late to stimulate

the area becuz it will take at least

coppla years to get a plan done. Not

surprising, there are the usual naysayers

saying, “Not so fast.” Bottom line is

that as the economy continues to slide

downward, sales taxes to pay for

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

meeting place, information center and

public offices are located in a horrendous

building. Its aesthetics are nill and

the interior working conditions for the

city manager and the city’s employees

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expected services will diminish.

Maintaining its reputation

O’side has the enviable reputation of

being a city whose council consists of dual

factions. No different with the current

bunch. Recently, Councilwoman Esther

Sanchez lacked enough votes to be seated

as the second alternate on the San Diego

Association of Governments board so it currently

remains vacant. In a later brouhaha,

Mayor Jim Wood lacked the necessary

votes to have her named deputy mayor.

There’s also a third issue on the table. A citizen’s

group has notified council elected

Jerry Kern he will be targeted for recall.

Not easy to do. A coppla years ago some

folks went after Sanchez but it never went

beyond the signature-gathering stage

before the idea was canned.

Time for serious action

With the state budget still in freefall

regardless of how the electeds spin it, the

cities in a panic over the theft of their

bankrolls by the state, and the electeds’

ratings zilch while they profess to feel the

pain of the good folks who are getting

ready to stand in bread lines, it’s time for

residents’ to demand serious action and

less baloney. 2010 can’t come too soon for

real change.

One-liners

Friends of Del Mar Parks who are raising

$3.5 mil. to complete the purchase of

the Shores property on Ninth Street are

rightfully miffed that city electeds are contemplating

using a portion of the site for a

city hall ... Hydroponic (water) gardens

rather than dirt are seen as the wave of the

future as more communities and residents

are beginning to raise their own vegetables

... An international airport built in the

Harbor City bay wouldn’t be the first cuz

there’s one already in Honolulu ... Jan. 15

wagering at Santa Anita was a dismal

$964,436 by 3,824 loyal bettors, which izzn’t

enough to turn the lights on ... In announcing

at the recent goal setting meeting the

always sold-out Encinitas Follies have been

cancelled, Dave Oakley chided city staff

and council electeds for lack of cooperation

and indifference to the sponsoring Senior

Foundation that has been a big contributor

to senior citizens activities.

Hasta la Vista

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are laughable. It’s embarrassing. And,

the public bathrooms there are a whole

‘nuther story.

C. Spiros Miller

Del Mar Heights

COMMUNITY COMMENTARY

Where does

Oceanside

want to be

in 2030?

By Rocky Chavez

OCEANSIDE CITY COUNCIL

What do you want to be when

you grow up? It’s a great question to

ask young people to start a conversation.

It is also a great question to ask

a city to start a conversation. The

recent heated discussions about

cement plants, the airport and

Costco demonstrate the different

visions of Oceanside. Now is the

time to start a conversation on what

we want to be in 2030.

Oceanside’s politics are often

cited as the major obstacle preventing

our city from reaching its full

potential. Historical conflicts over

the building of the Harbor, Highway

76 or Manchester Developments are

just a few of the major topics that

have shaped the current character

and economic vitality of Oceanside.

Even today, recent elections have

pitted one group against another

group. Strong lines are often drawn

along the streets of Oceanside.

In response to these notable discussions,

neighborhoods have bonded

together to define their particular

area. One community wants to be

seen as the Rancho Santa Fe of

North County, another wants to be

historic, another wants to be a beach

community and still another wants

to be senior-only housing. All have

merit.

The challenge is if all Oceanside

neighborhoods want to be unique,

then Oceanside as a city will be composite

of many diverse communities.

Additionally, if Oceanside is defined

by distinctive neighborhoods, then

how is the city zoned to provide for

jobs, parks and educational requirements?

At the end of the day,

Oceanside needs to be able to pay

for all the required services expected

by these unique neighborhoods.

I personally enjoy the discussions

by neighborhoods and enjoy

hearing the passion about their individual

communities. I also enjoy the

challenge of figuring out how we

service these neighborhoods from a

city perspective. Where do we locate

the jobs? How do the roads support

one neighborhood without negatively

impacting other neighborhoods

while still supporting businesses

that provide jobs? Is there a role for

supporting the arts as we define our

city? Do the arts attract new business

opportunities and quality of life

enhancements to Oceanside?

Should Oceanside invest in new and

greener energy sources? Should

Oceanside invest money to be water

independent? Should Oceanside

partner with its neighbors for new

infrastructure? Is Oceanside a

regional leader?

Too often we have meetings

without conversation. Thoughtful

and passionate dialogue is the critical

element needed as we answer

the question, “What do we want to

be in 2030?” From this exchange, we

can determine the need to look at

the General Plan of Oceanside. If

the neighborhoods are to be sheltered,

the arts are to be encouraged,

the environment is to be protected

and economy is to thrive; then we

need a new General Plan. I look forward

to the conversation. Start it

today with your neighbors, friends

and families. It is a great topic to discuss

the future of Oceanside.

Rocky Chavez has been an Oceanside City

Council Member for six years.


A6 THE COAST NEWS

JAN. 30, 2009

O’side artist on trial for slashing wife

By Randy Kalp

OCEANSIDE — A Vista

Superior Court judge found

enough evidence at a preliminary

hearing Jan. 21 to order a

local artist to stand trial for a

vicious attack on his wife.

Blane Richard Bizzaro, 45,

is accused of slashing his wife,

Eugenia Bizzaro, across the

forehead with a machete in

their Oceanside mobile home

after an argument ensued

about the defendant practicing

archery in their neighborhood.

He is charged with a single

felony count each of assault

with a deadly weapon, inflicting

injury on his spouse and

inflicting injury to his wife with

a prior conviction for domestic

violence. A weapons and great

bodily injury allegation are

attached to each count.

Blane Bizzaro, a professional

artist, has several misdemeanor

domestic violence convictions

dating back to 2002.

Most recently, Blane

Bizzaro won the 2008 first

CARLSBAD — McClellan-

Palomar Airport in Carlsbad

unveiled its new look during

grand opening ceremonies Jan.

29 at 2198 Palomar Airport

Road.

The airport renovation

required 13 months to complete

and includes an 18,000square-foot,

state-of-the-art terminal,

new parking lots and a

new aircraft ramp. The terminal

features high-tech passenger

and baggage screening

areas, a spacious lobby and

boarding lounge, and easy passenger

access via a new elevator

and walkway from three

new parking lots. Other terminal

services include car rental

National Library Week Poster

contest for his interpretation of

the theme “Read, Discover,

Learn at your Library,” according

to a city of Oceanside press

release.

Blane Bizzaro, who remains

in custody on $400,000 bail, is

scheduled to be back in court

Feb. 17 for a readiness conference.

A trial date has been set

for March 10.

If convicted on all charges,

Blane Bizzaro faces up to 10

years in prison and a strike,

Deputy District Attorney Keith

Watanabe said in an interview

following the hearing.

Prosecutors allege last Nov.

17, Blane Bizzaro slashed his

wife twice across the forehead

with a 22-inch machete slicing

two to three inches of skin off

her forehead and leaving

Eugenia Bizzaro with a gash

that required numerous stitches

and plastic surgery. He

then fled from the residence

with the weapon, prosecutors

said.

agencies, easy taxicab access

and a Landings restaurant

scheduled to open in the

spring. The $24 million construction

cost was paid for by

the FAA and Airport

Enterprise funding

The new design features a

sea-and-sky motif with shellencrusted

floors that form

sweeping conch shell patterns

and overhead canopies that

mimic sailboats. The terminal

also incorporates numerous

“green” elements, such as full

accordion-opening windows to

take advantage of the area’s

moderate climate and cut

down on heating and air conditioning

costs; low-flow water

Oceanside police Officer

Scott Hunter testified Blane

Bizzaro turned himself in to

authorities the following day.

He told them he stashed the

machete across the way from

the department station, the

officer said. Hunter said the

knife was located buried under

some brush behind several

businesses across the street

from the police station. He said

the weapon still had blood on

it, as well as some water.

After his arrest, Blane

Bizzaro told police he’d been on

a two-day drinking binge when

the attack occurred. He said his

wife was on the phone when he

struck her with the machete,

Hunter said. He told authorities

he thought she might

attack him with the phone, the

officer said.

Following the hearing,

Eugenia Bizzaro, who testified

against her husband, said the

incident is a “tragedy” for their

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Palomar Airport unveils refurbished terminal

valves in restrooms; high efficiency,

low-energy lighting fixtures;

and large windows to

maximize use of natural light.

Recycled construction materials

include refinished

reclaimed barn lumber for

internal walls; Trex from recycled

plastic for outside decking;

and reclaimed water for

landscaping. Other green technology

includes solar-powered

emergency barriers and highly

efficient runway and taxiway

lighting.

McClellan-Palomar

Airport is one of eight county

airports, and is designated as

a public use, commercial

airport.

TREES TAKEN DOWN Despite attempts to save the three Torrey pines outside

of the Cardiff library, tree removal specialists began the task of changing the landscape

that first inspired the library’s architect. “It’s a sad day,” lamented Cardiff-by-the-

Sea resident David Long as he watched the chainsaws rip through some of the last

old-growth trees in the area. Photo by Wehtahnah Tucker

Pine trees removed

from library landscape

By Wehtahnah Tucker

CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA —

Crews began cutting down the

trademark Torrey pine trees at

the Cardiff branch of the San

Diego County Library on Jan. 22.

Within two days, there was little

evidence that the three massive

trees ever existed.

Jose Aponte, county library

director, said that the trees are

infested with red turpentine

bark beetles and are a public

safety hazard because their dry

limbs could fall.

“We’re afraid that someone

Friday, January 30, 2009

Today is the 30th day of 2009

and the 41st day of winter.

Today’s history: In 1649,

England’s King Charles I was executed.

In 1943, German troops surrendered

in Stalingrad, ending

World War II’s bloodiest battle.

In 2005, Iraqi citizens voted in

the first free elections in a halfcentury,

in spite of violence.

Today’s birthdays: Franklin D.

Roosevelt (1882-1945), U.S. president;

Barbara Tuchman (1912-

1989), historian; Ernie Banks

(1931-), baseball player, is 78;

Gene Hackman (1930-), actor, is

79; Tammy Grimes (1934-),

actress/singer, is 75.

Today’s quote: “In our personal

ambitions,we are individualists.

But in our seeking for economic

and political progress as a nation,

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could be hurt,” Aponte said. A

foreman from Bishops’ Tree

Service said that safety was at

issue. “These are dead,” he said

pointing to the two trees situated

to the east along Liverpool

Drive. “That one is on its way,”

he said, indicating the largest

of the trees with a nod of his

head.

The trees will be replaced

with a garden of coastal plants.

In conjunction with Quail

Botanical Gardens, the office of

TURN TO TREES ON A17

we all go up — or else all go down

— as one people.” — Franklin D.

Roosevelt

TIDES

LOW TIDE HIGH TIDE

AM Ht. PM Ht. AM Ht. PM Ht.

30 Fr 5:01 1.6 5:11 .5 10:45 4.3 11:47 4.5

31 Sa 5:58 1.5 5:34 1 11:31 3.6 ————

01 Su 7:16 1.4 6:00 1.5 12:25 4.7 12:39 2.9

02 Mo 9:00 1.1 6:32 2 1:14 4.8 2:53 2.3

03 Tu 10:40 .5 7:50 2.5 2:20 5 5:57 2.5

04 We 11:48 -.2 10:03 2.6 3:38 5.3 6:55 2.9

05 Th —— —— 11:29 2.4 4:51 5.7 7:28 3.7

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JANUARY 30

ART AFTER DARK The

Oceanside Museum of Art will host

“Art After Dark” from 7 to 10 p.m.,

704 Pier View Way, Oceanside.

Guests 21 and older can peruse featured

exhibits, such as “Lowbrow

Art: Nine San Diego Pop

Surrealists” and “Quilt Visions

2008: Contemporary Expressions.”

Call (760) 435-3720 to learn more.

JANUARY 31

EAT RIGHT Indigo Energy and

Fitness will host a Healthy Cooking

and Meals Seminar from 11 a.m. to

3 p.m. Jan. 31, Oceanside. Kelly

Jean Dammeyer, founder of Indigo

Energy and Fitness and a certified

health and fitness professional, will

prepare nutritious meals and

snacks while explaining the preparation

process for wholesome foods,

simple ways to plan weekly or

monthly menus for families with

demanding schedules, and more.

RSVP by calling (760) 696-7084 or

e-mailing Kelly Jean at

www.IndigoEnergyandFitness.com.

FLOWER POWER The San

Diego County Cymbidium Society

will hold its annual orchid auction

at noon Jan. 31, Carlsbad Woman’s

Club, 3320 Monroe St., Carlsbad

There will be a preview of the

orchids at 11 a.m. E-mail

orchldy2@mac.com or call (760)

732-0055 to learn more.

FREE IS GOOD Art lovers and

their families are invited to Free

Saturday at the Lux Art Institute

from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 31, 1550

S. El Camino Real, Encinitas.

Guests can enjoy free admission, an

open house, studio tours, refreshments

and live music. Visit

www.luxartinstitute.org to learn

more.

FRIENDLY GARDENERS The

riendship Gardeners of Del Mar

ill meet from 1 to 3 p.m. Jan. 24 at

member’s home. A speaker will

iscuss the care and propagation of

frican violets. For details and

irections, call (858) 841-2428.

WRITE AND PUBLISH

Publishers and Writers of San

Diego will hold their monthly meeting

from 10 a.m. to noon Jan. 31,

Encinitas County Library, 540

Cornish Drive, Encinitas.

Publishing and marketing expert

Andrew Chapman will present

“Marketing Your Book Online the

Rock & Roll Way.” Cost is $10 for

members and $15 for nonmembers.

RSVP at www.PublishersWriters.

org.

FEBRUARY 1

OPTIMISTIC BOWLING The

ptimist Club of Carlsbad will hold

heir bowling tournament to beneit

North County youth from 9 a.m.

o 1 p.m. Feb. 1, Vista

ntertainment Center, 435 W.Vista

ay, Vista. Door prizes, juice, cofee,

donuts, bagels and a 50/50

rawing will be held. Call Linda

chook at (760) 434-2628 to learn

ore.

MUSIC BY PETER The Peter

prague Trio will play a show at 2

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THE COAST NEWS A7

C’bad’s Teen Scene spotlights local talent

By Jeannie Sprague-Bentley

CARLSBAD — Local teens

were given the opportunity to

display their talent Jan. 24 when

the Carlsbad Recreation

Department held its annual Teen

Scene competition.

According to Rachael Shay,

the sixth annual event, held at

the Calaveras Community

Center, was a big success drawing

more than 600 attendees.

The main competition of the

event was the Battle of the Bands.

The competition included nine

local bands who were judged on

their performances by musicians

Michael Tiernan, Veronica May

and Steven Ybarra, along with

writer and music reviewer Tim

Mudd.

Each band was given 20 minutes

to show the judges and the

crowd that they were the best.

The acts ranged from a drum line

to heavy metal and alternative

rock.

Members of the alternative

rock band Without Warning

livened up the crowd in the early

evening. The group of musicians

from Oceanside’s El Camino

High School inspired “teenaged

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adrenaline-fueled dancing,” with

their music, and have said they

are influenced by bands such as

Blink-182 and AFI.

“We love the people who

come to our shows,” lead vocalist

Matt Berry said.

“Especially our friends who

just hang out, having a good

time,” lead guitarist Chris

Dobbins added.

Although Without Warning

was one of the crowd favorites, in

the end, the punk rock band Tan

Sister Radio, of Encinitas, won

the title of “Carlsbad Battle of

the Bands 2009 Champion.”

Taking second place was

alternative rock band One Way

Flight from Carlsbad, and third

place went to Bigg Nife, the alternative

funk band from

Oceanside.

According to event organizers,

the judges crowned the winners

based on crowd response,

but also on stage presence, instrumental

talent, vocals and originality.

“Especially vocals and originality,”

Ybarra said. An awardwinning

songwriter and former

front-man with the bands Liquid

Groove and 34Below, Ybarra has

played with the likes of the Gin

Blossoms, Hootie and the

Blowfish and Lit.

Now with a solo career, the

local resident and Carlsbad High

School alumni had advice to the

aspiring musicians.

“Don’t give up, or get discouraged”

Ybarra said. “Try to

get feedback and constructive

criticism and work on that.”

Above all else, he added, “Have

fun with it.”

Teen Scene also included a

Wii Guitar Hero Aerosmith video

game competition, an art exhibit,

a festival of film shorts and a

fashion show.All the works of art,

the film shorts, and the fashion

designs were “teen originals,”

said event organizers.

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A8 THE COAST NEWS

JAN. 30, 2009

crime

REPORT

A weekly log of

neighborhood crime.

Compiled by Randy Kalp

Reported for the week of Jan. 20,

009 to Jan. 27, 2009

PURSE SNATCHING A purse

snatching reportedly occurred around

6:45 p.m. Jan. 23 on North El Camino

Real in Encinitas.

WHAT A TOOL An Encinitas residence

on La Veta Avenue was reportedly

burglarized of more than $12,000

in hand tools sometime between 4

p.m. Jan. 20 and 6 p.m. Jan. 22.

UNPLUGGED Shasta Landscaping

on Vallecitos de Oro in San Marcos was

reportedly burglarized of more than

$4,000 in electronics sometime

between 4 p.m. Jan. 23 and 6:30 a.m.

Jan. 25.

HOME BURGLARIZED Someone

reportedly burglarized a residence on

Via del Caballo in San Marcos sometime

between 8 a.m. and 10:45 p.m.

Jan. 21.

ANTI-SCHOLASTIC Alta Vista

igh School on Bonaire Road in Vista

as reportedly burglarized sometime

etween 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. Jan. 21.

A CUT BELOW Someone reportedy

burglarized Good Fellas Barbershop

n South Santa Fe Avenue in Vista

round 1:15 a.m. Jan. 24.

CLEANED OUT A man was reportedly

robbed of his jewelry, cell phone

and cash around 11 p.m. Jan. 24 on

South Santa Fe Avenue in Vista.

THIS ISN’T PARADISE Someone

reportedly burglarized Children’s

Paradise on North Melrose Drive in

Vista of nearly $3,000 worth of electronics

around 5:15 a.m. Jan. 20.

SMOOTH CRIMINAL Someone

reportedly robbed the Wal-Mart on

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less than $30 worth of skin care products

around 2:15 p.m. Jan. 24.

BIKES STOLEN Two Haro bicycles

valued at $850 were reportedly stolen

around 2:30 p.m. Jan. 24 from residence

on Vista Way in Oceanside.

QUITE THE HABIT Someone

reportedly stole approximately $2,000

worth of cigarettes from Red and

Wine Market on Vista Way in

Oceanside sometime between 10 p.m.

Jan. 22 and 3:30 a.m. Jan. 23.

CONFLICT DIAMONDS Dozens of

diamond rings and silver necklaces

valued at $10,000, as well as a laptop

and five Verizon cell phones were

reportedly stolen from a residence on

Oceanside Boulevard in Oceanside

sometime between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Jan. 22.

PILLS PILFERED A woman was

reportedly robbed of her bottle of

Oxycodone pills around 3:30 p.m. Jan.

21 on Oceanside Boulevard in

Oceanside.

CRIME LOG

Compiled by Randy Kalp

The following information

was gathered from law

enforcement’s most available

records for the week of Jan. 20,

2009 to Jan. 27, 2009

ENCINITAS Petty Theft 2,

Burglary 6, Vandalism 1, Assault 0,

Grand Theft 3, Robbery 0

SOLANA BEACH Petty Theft 0,

Burglary 1, Vandalism 1, Assault 0,

Grand Theft 0, Robbery 0

DEL MAR Petty Theft 1, Burglary

0, Vandalism 0, Assault 0, Grand

Theft 1, Robbery 0

CARLSBAD Petty Theft 0,

Burglary 4, Vandalism 0, Assault 0,

Grand Theft 0, Robbery 1

SAN MARCOS Petty Theft 3,

Burglary 8, Vandalism 10, Assault

0, Grand Theft 8, Robbery 0

OCEANSIDE Petty Theft 12,

Burglary 14, Vandalism 13, Assault

1, Grand Theft 6, Robbery 1

VISTA Petty Theft 6, Burglary 26,

Vandalism 10, Assault 2, Grand

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Mahboob M. Pasha is

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death of a man in

Atlanta, Ga., in 1994.

Pasha was born May 21,

1966, in Pakistan. He is 5

feet 8 inches and weighs

122 pounds. Pasha has

black hair and brown eyes. He

has ties to Brooklyn, New York

and Pakistan. He may be in need

of medical treatment.

While Pasha was working in a

convenience store, he allegedly

attempted to lock a shoplifter in

the store until the police arrived.

However, when the shoplifter

became verbally belligerent,

Pasha allegedly shot him with a

handgun and he died a few days

later. Shortly thereafter, while

being interviewed by the Atlanta

Police, Pasha was told that he was

being charged with murder.

Upon hearing this news, Pasha

excused himself to use the

restroom and was not seen

again.

In late 2000, Pasha was

arrested in Brooklyn, N.Y.,

and was returned to the

state of Georgia. He was

then diagnosed with medical

problems and the

charges against him were dismissed.

In October 2003, information

was received that Pasha's medical

condition had been misdiagnosed,

and the District Attorney’s

Office decided to reindict him

for murder, aggravated assault,

and possession of a firearm during

the commission of a crime.

Pasha has been charged with

unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

Contact the nearest FBI

office or American Embassy or

Consulate if you have any information

on Pasha.

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action. If the subject is a fugitive from our 10 Most Wanted page, e-mail San Diego Crime Stoppers

or call their hot line at 888-580-TIPS 24 hours a day. For details, log on to www.sdsheriff.net/tmw.

For warrant inquiries, information or to pass along a tip, use the sheriff’s online Tip Form (anonymous;

no e-mail address needed) or call the area office.

Seyyed Nasser Alavi

Loftabad

Battery, Unlawful

Penetration, 2005

Jose Luis Galeania

Torres

Robbery

Vista, 2008

Gerardo M. Gomez

Attempted Murder

December 2004

Jose A. Lopez

Attempted Murder

December 2004

Julio Romero

Child Molestation

Ramona, 2005

MAHBOOB

PASHA

Ricardo Reyes

Attempted Murder

2001

Julio Cesar Jacobo-

Curiel

Murder

San Marcos, 2008

Imedo Molina Laurel

Murder

December 2005

Ricardo Persona

Rape, Child

Molestation

San Diego, Jan. 1997

Arturo G. Gomez

Rape with Force

San Diego, May 2007

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In the spotlight

OCEANSIDE — Two of

MiraCosta College’s theater

faculty earned top honors

recently from Region 8 of the

Kennedy Center American

College Theater Festival.

Theater instructor Eric

Bishop received the Kennedy

Center Golden Medallion of

Excellence.

MiraCosta makeup

instructor Larry Jorgensen

received the Excellence in

Education award for the San

Diego-area circuit for his great

contributions over his long

and distinguished career.

Bishop and Jorgensen will

receive their awards Feb. 11 at

the awards dinner during the

regional festival.

Youth in opera

COAST CITIES — A chorus

of North County youngsters

will be playing a part of

the San Diego Opera’s production

of “Tosca.” The youngsters

include Daniela

Camilleri, 13; Hannah Prater,

13; Sophia Linkletter, 13;

Jerrin Padre, 12,; and Alyse

Stults, 11. The group will be

cast as an all-male group of

townsfolk, practicing up to

four hours a night. “Tosca”

opens Jan. 24 at the Civic

Theatre, 3rd Ave. and B St. in

San Diego, with shows Jan. 27,

Jan. 30, Feb. 1 and Feb. 4.

Visit www.sdopera.com for

details.

Visitors from China

CARLSBAD — At the end

of January, Pacific Ridge

School will be hosting students

and faculty members

from its sister school, the

Shanghai Shidong High

School in China. In the summer

of 2007, students and faculty

from Pacific Ridge traveled

to China and stayed with

host families from SSHS and

are now eager to return the

favor.

OneSource lends a hand

OCEANSIDE — Paul

Judge, senior vice president

for OneSource Distributors

and Bob Zamarippa, chief

executive officer, delivered

the proceeds of the Oceanside

company’s 2008 golf tournament

to Casa de Amparo

Development Director Kathy

Karpe in January.

Onesource is a longtime

supporter of Casa de Amparo,

the Oceanside nonprofit offering

child abuse treatment and

the Oceanside nonprofit offering

child abuse treatment and

prevention programs.

Top Barbershopper

COAST CITIES — The

Musicmen chorus

member

Len Schaffner

of Oceanside

was selected as

Barbershopper

of the Year. He

was chosen for

his outstanding

service in the

areas of computertechnology

assistance,

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JAN. 30, 2009

Rotary backs,

celebrates

Mission

OCEANSIDE — The

Oceanside Rotary Club was

pleased to present $5,000

checks to both Mission San

Luis Rey and Mission San

Luis Rey Parish

Social Concerns from its

Pacific Marine Credit

Union/Oceanside Rotary

Club crab and rib dinner

held last September.

The annual Crab and Rib

Fest was held in the gardens

of the Mission San Luis Rey.

Mission San Luis Rey will

use the donation for the continued

restoration of the mission.

Mission San Luis Rey

Parish Social Concerns plans

its donation to feed needy

families from throughout the

Oceanside community.

The 83-member club

also plans to host an Ethics

Seminar in March 2009 for

high school students, discussing

ethics in the workplace

and examining ways in

which ethical leadership can

be promoted in our institutions.

The Rotary Club of

Oceanside meets at El

Camino Country Club on

Fridays at noon.

For more information,visit

www.rotary oceanside.org.

City seeks

tennis

players’

input

CARLSBAD — The city

of Carlsbad will hold a workshop

to hear ideas about the

future of the Poinsettia Park

Tennis Program from 5:30 to

7:30 p.m. Feb. 5 at the

Carlsbad Senior Center

Auditorium, 799 Pine Ave.

With the addition of

seven new tennis courts,

walkways, shade structures

and spectator seating,

Poinsettia Park is now home

to the largest public tennis

complex in the city.

The city would like input

on how to maximize the new

tennis complex to meet

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RICH MCCOY

47 | SAN MARCOS

I’d probably give up

one of my businesses.

I have several that I

run. I can’t think of

very much that I’m

clinging to. I’m pretty

unencumbered.

COAST CITIES — As the

economy continues to suffer the

effects of the current recession,

and as we enter the tax filing

season, it may be worth noting

that this year especially may be

a year that all taxpayers take

additional time to review all

income, expense, and deduction

items reported on their tax

return.

Important information

regarding new tax incentives,

tax credits, and increased

benefits can be found in

the Emergency Economic

Stabilization Act of 2008.

According to Kasey Ortiz at

Jes Taxes in Oceanside, the extra

time spent in reviewing the tax

return may in fact provide many

times more in the way of benefits

resulting from the recently

signed stimulus bill.

Some highlights of the

Stimulus Bill include:

— More than 200 new tax

law changes, incentives and

credits for most taxpayers filing

their 2008 tax return. A few

important items included in the

many changes are state and

local tax deductions, Higher

Education tuition deduction,

deduction for Real Property

Taxes Paid, and Teacher’s

Classroom deduction

— State and local tax deductions.

This deduction was a part

of the Jobs Creation Act of 2004

and expired at the end of 2007.

Under the new stimulus bill, this

deduction has been extended

retroactively back to Jan. 1,

2008.

— Higher Education Tuition

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LORRAINE KEIZER

34 | ESCONDIDO

I would give up beer.

That’s what’s most

precious to me. It’d be

a huge sacrifice to

me.

extends the above-line higher

education tuition deduction

allowed through Dec. 31, 2009.

The new law places some filing

status and income limits on the

amount that is allowed but may

provide benefits to many in

reducing Adjusted Gross

Income.

— Deduction for Real

Property taxes paid — For taxpayers

who do not itemize

deductions, the new law extends

the additional standard deduction

for real property taxes

through 2009. The law allows

$500 in additional standard

deductions for taxpayers ($1,000

for those filing Married Joint

Returns).

— Teacher’s Classroom

deduction — For 2008 and 2009,

If you had to give up something, similar to

the tradition of Lent, what would you forgo?

MATTHEW DEVRIES

35 | ESCONDIDO

I’d give up watching

sports. Or TV. I feel

like it’d be a sacrifice

on my part. It’d

within what I’d be

able to do.

TRAVIS SILLS

29 | CARLSBAD

I actually do practice

Lent. In previous

times I’d give up alcohol.

Back then it’d

matter more because

I’d go out drinking

every weekend. Now?

Spending money

that’s not necessary.

teachers and other education

professionals can deduct up to

$250 above-line to reduce the

Adjusted Gross Income for

amounts paid in expense for

books, supplies, equipment, and

software used in the classroom.

— Increased Child tax credits

The new law provides

greater benefits for child tax

credits.The credit is currently 15

percent of the earned income in

excess of $12,050. Under the

new law, the earned income falls

to $8,500, thus providing opportunity

for more taxpayers to take

advantage of this credit. In addition,

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to the age of a child and for joint

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My phone. That’d be a

real sacrifice. If I was

really giving up something

that’s important,

that’d be mine. I

text and call a lot.

CLAUDIA SALAZAR

19 | CARLSBAD

I’d stop using swear

words. If you’re going

to give something up,

it may as well be

something you’re not

supposed to do in the

first place.

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penalties — In addition to the

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tax returns filed that may contain

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A10 THE COAST NEWS

JAN. 30, 2009

Museum aims high with ‘Lowbrow’ art

By Promise Yee

OCEANSIDE — The

Oceanside Museum of Art’s

“Lowbrow Art: Nine San Diego

Pop Surrealists” drew close to

400 art lovers and pop surrealism

“cult followers” to the Jan.

24 preview reception.

Notable San Diego area

artists Mary Fleener, Charles

Glaubitz, Pamela Jaeger, Tim

McCormick, Scott Saw, Scrojo

(Craig Haskett), Jason Sherry,

Jen Trute and Ron Wharton are

on display at the exhibit, which

is curated by Jerry Waddle and

Michael C. Gross.

“It clearly demonstrates this

form of art hangs together in the

San Diego region,” Skip Pahl,

Oceanside Museum of Art executive

director, said.

Pop surrealism takes 1960s

pop art’s expressions of adversity

and use of common objects

one step further and makes complex

narrative statements with

comics, photography and form.

“This generation of younger

artists was raised on pop culture,”

Gross said.

“I was born in Studio City,

pop art images are burned into

my mind,” Tim McCormick

said. “I approach pop art

from the ideology of a fine

painter.”

OCEANSIDE —

MiraCosta’s Kruglak Art Gallery

in the MiraCosta College

Student Center on the

Oceanside Campus kicks off the

New Year with an exhibit and

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hood, early memories,”

McCormick said. “I had to have

real feelings to create the painting.”

Fleener’s painting “Our

Lady of Conspicuous

will show in the gallery Feb. 3 to

Feb. 26. A reception is scheduled

from 6 to 8 p.m., Feb. 3 and a

workshop is scheduled from 6 to

8 p.m. Feb.11. Gallery hours are

Monday and Tuesday, 2:30 to

7:30 p.m. and Wednesday and

Thursday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Admission is free. Gallery director

Diane Adams can be reached

at (760) 795-6657.

Zines are the print media of

an “alternative” culture. Selfpublished

and without censorship,

zines are raw culture, not

Consumption” speaks out on the

glorification of guns and war

with geometric figures and an

unexpected cheerfulness. “Irony

el Mar Community Connections hosts blast from past

DEL MAR — Take a trip back

to the 1950s, as singer Dodie

Stevens performs at Del Mar

Community

Connections’

“We Love Del

Mar” Valentine

Tea celebrating

Del Mar’s 50th

anniversary.

The tea will

be held from 1:30

to 3:30 p.m. Feb.

9 at Powerhouse

Community

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ON THE WALL Close to 400 art lovers and pop surrealism “cult followers” attended the Jan. 24, preview reception of “Lowbrow

Art: Nine San Diego Pop Surrealists,” on exhibit at Oceanside Museum of Art through May 24. Above, attendees view Tim

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“We were beyond

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retail. “Frankly, the synergy is

just not there,” he said.

“We are faced currently

with horrific economic conditions,”

said Robert Fields,

whose commercial building at

1130 Camino del Mar would be

in conformance under the new

regulations.

“We’re in the fourth

inning of this economy … and

retail is suffering,” he said.

“Landlords are renegotiating

their leases down. … I would

just hope you would be as flexible

as you can … because I

think we need your help.”

As a clothing store, Ryan’s

Collection also would not be

affected by the new ordinance.

But faced with “difficult challenges”

because of the economic

downturn and a recent

move from the plaza to 1431

Camino del Mar, co-owner

Ryan Gonzales supported

exempting some buildings,

including his.

“Just changing the rules

doesn’t mean that you’re going

to attract more retail,”

Gonzales said. “For us it’s going

to be a hardship to continue

our business through the end

of our term.” Gonzales would

like the option to sublet part of

his property to Dr. Paul

Chasan, a La Jolla plastic surgeon

whose business would not

be in compliance with the new

law.

Chasan is seeking to open

an office in Del Mar. “I think

that my practice would have

benefit,” he said. “I’m planning

to put a considerable amount

of money into the building.”

Chasan said his practice

attracts a wealthy clientele

that would spend money in Del

Mar shops and restaurants.

Councilman Richard

Earnest said the goal of the

new regulations is “to create

an environment that will somehow

incentivize property owners

to make investments in

their property.”

“We can’t force it, just like

we can’t force them to rent to

any particular business,”

Earnest said. “That’s not government’s

role. Government’s

role is to try to create an environment

that stimulates that

kind of economic activity.”

One thing Earnest said he

did not support was taking no

action at all. “I don’t want to sit

here and watch the town die,”

he said.

The ordinance, which will

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H (streets),” he said. The new

downtown offices also house

the Visitor’s Center, which the

city has paid the chamber to

operate since 1990. “That’s

good for local businesses,”

Councilman Jerome Stocks

said.

According to Tucker,

events sponsored by the chamber

including the State of the

City address, installation dinners,

Oktoberfest and monthly

networking events for members

have increased in popularity.

Tucker said the uncertain

economic climate presents

many challenges to local businesses

and to the chamber.

“We’re looking at retaining

current members and bringing

in new members,” he said.

In his letter, Tucker said his

efforts over the past six

months to convince the executive

committee of the gravity

of declining revenue fell on

deaf ears. “I have seen no plan

or any significant efforts to

address this crucial matter,”

he wrote.

Executive board president

Ken Gross of Wealth

Management Associates, Inc.

did not return calls for comment.

“I think the chamber

could be a great organization,”

Stocks said. “They could have

a real role in our community.”

Deputy Mayor Dan

Dalager, who was a founding

member of the chamber and

board member for six years,

said he expects the transition

to go smoothly. “When I was

on the board we had three

CEOs resign without replacements

and life went on,” he

said. “I have a lot of faith in

the business community.”

Dody Tucker, Gary’s

wife, is the executive director

of the Downtown Encinitas

MainStreet Association. The

two have been fixtures in the

community since 1979. “For

22 years we owned and

operated two separate businesses

in downtown historical

Encinitas, the Moonlight

Beach 7-Eleven and the

Safeguard Company on 2nd

Street,” he said.

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The victims had no relation

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said.

Antony was placed on

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It has been since Theodore

Loop came on the scene.

Previous to that, it was part of

the township of Weed. In the

1850s, Loop owned considerable

acreage in Carmel Valley. He

envisioned the shoreline at the

foot of 10th Street of becoming a

resort area for the “rich folks”

from the Los Angeles and

Beverly Hills areas.

He laid out the township

with the cooperation of Jacob

Taylor, a surveyor of sorts from

New Mexico. Taylor was also an

aggressive promoter and developer

and concurred with Loop’s

resort ideas.

In 1886,Taylor built Casa del

Mar with shoreline amenities

including a bathing pool, 40 feet

by 198 feet, called a natatorium.

Remnants of it are still visible at

low tide. It was described as a

pool that was safe from the dangerous

stingray and great for

children.

Taylor made 10th Street 100

feet wide and there was a boardwalk

to a gazebo where visitors

could rest after making the

climb up from the natatorium.

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Concert features high school chamber orchestra

CARLSBAD — An evening

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styles from modern Villa-

Lobos to jazz, pop and the classics,

will be showcased from 7 to

9 p.m. Feb. 11 at Carlsbad

Performing Arts Center, 3557

Lancer Way. The evening is a

benefit concert for the Carlsbad

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Included in the program,

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student, will include The Blue

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Rose Chen, piano; Gunnar Biggs,

string bass and Bob Boss, guitar;

Lancer Dancers and Excaliber

teams who will dance to “Viva

La Vida.” Other guest artists are

still to be announced.

Tickets to the benefit con-

On the south side of 10th

Street below Railroad Avenue

(now Stratford Court) there was

a barn on the Theodore Reed

property where there was a Wells

Fargo stage coach in mint condition

on which the neighborhood

kids used to play. Likely it dated

back to days Loop worked as a

coach driver for that company.

Taylor convinced Santa Fe

Railroad to locate its tracks on

Railroad Avenue. He lived on

10th Street where the porch to

his home became the train station

and Western Union facility.

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JAN. 30, 2009

2009 PATTE AWARDS

Above left, from left, Judi Shepard Missett, founder of Jazzercise Inc., along with Patté Awards host/cofounder and Del Mar resident Pat Launer, and

Jack Missett, Carlsbad Playreaders artistic director and New Village Arts ensemble member, were on hand at the 12th Annual Patté Awards for

Theater Excellence Jan. 19 at the Westin Gaslamp Quarter. The awards show will air on Channel 4 San Diego at 8 p.m. Feb. 6. Above right, San

Diego County Supervisor Pam Slater-Price with Launer joined theater artists and arts lovers as they paid tribute to San Diego’s stars. Photos by Ken

Jacques

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they aren’t on a moving

turntable.

— Skip these space savers.

Unlike most microwave ovens,

Sharp’s $760 Insight Pro

KB6025M drawer model mounts

under the counter to free up

space and allow a range hood

for optimal venting.

Conveniences include a bevy of

shortcut keys and a “keep

warm” feature that maintains

serving temperature for up to 30

minutes. But that pricey pro’s

heating evenness was only

TASTE OF WINE

CONTINUED FROM A11

also access www.wineresort.com

for information on all its wines

and amenities.

This and that

Congrats to Dawn Galante of

Galante Wines in Carmel Valley

near Monterey on her 38th birthday

which was Jan. 18. To celebrate,

her Blackjack 2004 Cab is

on sale for $38 a bottle (regularly

$50.) Limit is six and good

through Jan. 31. See

www.galantevineyards.com.

I was with the master sommelier

Jesse Rodriguez at Addison at

the Grand Resort Del Mar and we

talked about the Anderson Valley

in Northern California and their

premier Pinot Noir. He recommended

Golden Eye and its 2006

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$380 Carousel R-1214, $380, a

built-in model, can hang under a

wall cabinet. But defrosting was

subpar.

How to choose

In addition to saving time,

microwave ovens can also save

up to 80 percent of the energy

used by a typical oven. Indeed,

the Environmental Protection

Agency is considering making

microwaves eligible for Energy

Star status.

CR recommends using

these tips to narrow down choices:

of only two wines served at the

President Obama Inaugural

Luncheon. You will love the

plum, spice, cherry and strawberry

notes. It was served with

pheasant and duck. The other

wine was a Duckhorn 2007 Napa

Valley Sauvignon Blanc served

with a seafood stew of Maine lobster,

scallops and shrimp.

Wine Bytes

San Diego State’s Business

of Wine course opens its Spring

Semester with “Exploring

Wine” from 6 to 9 p.m. starting

Mon. Feb. 2 on campus. For fees

and registration, call (619) 594-

6924.

Holiday Wine Cellar of

Escondido has “Wine Down

Mondays” starting Feb. 2 from

5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for just $5.

Enjoy Robert Nenow from his

winery in Napa. He’s pouring

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— Pick the right type. Large

countertop models often have

more capacity than over-therange

models, though they take

up valuable counter space.

Over-the-range models free up

that space by nestling conveniently

above the range. But

they cost more to buy and

install, and they don’t vent as

well as most range hoods.

— Focus on features. A sensor

helps prevent under- or overcooking

by automatically turning

off the microwave when food

is done. Shortcut keys take the

guesswork out of cooking popular

foods, and convection helps

Cab and his new Syrah/Cab

blend. More info is available at

(760) 745-1200.

Jack’s La Jolla has a Blind

Wine Tasting in the Ocean Room

from 3 to 7 p.m. Feb. 3 for $25

each. Is it a Cab or a Zin? Test

your skills. Details are available

by calling (858) 456-8111.

Restaurant Acqua Al 2 in

the Gaslamp downtown San

Diego launches “AA2

Uncorked,” a new wine tasting

series to share the passion of

fine Italian wines. The first

class is from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Feb. 4

with the theme of Amore, a Toast

to Love. Learn about and try

fine Italian wines and authentic

Italian appetizers for participants.

Cost is $15 per person.

Call (619) 230-0382 to RSVP.

Pechanga Casino in

Temecula inaugurates its first

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CONTINUED FROM A8

and being an all-around helpful

member of the Barbershop

Chapter.

New face at mission

SOLANA BEACH —

Historic Mission San Juan

Capistrano

announced that

Megan Caughey

of Solana Beach

is its new developmentassistant.

In this

role, she will

assist with the

presentation of

onsite Mission

events. Her

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previous work experience

provide browning like a conventional

oven does. Models with a

mounting kit save counter space

by hanging on the wall or

beneath a wall cabinet.

— Don’t buy capacity

claims. What it says on the box

isn’t what users get in their

kitchen because manufacturers

measure space that usually can’t

be used. Some models delivered

as little as half the space manufacturers

promised. Take your

largest casserole to the store to

see whether it fits. Also consider

models with a sliding tray, which

can usually accommodate large

or oblong plates.

annual Wine Festival from noon

to 5 p.m. Feb. 7 to benefit the

Red Cross. In addition to wine

tastings with ZD, Miner, Chateau

St. Michelle, Erath, Ferrari

Carano, Mondavi, Falkner,

Keyways, La Cereza, Pedroncelli

and more, Pechanga has its great

chefs prepare samples of their

cuisine. Tickets are $65 each. A

6 to 9 p.m. bonus of more wineries

with a Chocolate Decadence

event costs $100 for the two

events. For tickets, call (877)

711- 2WIN or call

www.pechanga.com.

Frank Mangio is a renowned wine connoisseur

certified by Wine Spectator. His library can be

viewed at www.tasteofwinetv.com. (Average

Google certified 900 visits per day) He is one of

the top five wine commentators on the Web.

Reach him at mangiompc@aol.com.

includes working in the Special

Events Department of the

California Film Institute.

Newest members

ENCINITAS — At its Jan. 14

meeting, the board of directors

of Olivenhain Municipal Water

District swore in Edmund K.

Sprague as its president, Robert

F. Topolovac as vice president,

Mark A. Muir as treasurer, Jacob

J. Krauss as secretary and Susan

J.Varty as director.

Academy earns

USD award

CARMEL VALLEY — San

Diego Jewish Academy has been

awarded this year’s USD’s

Kaleidoscope Award for

Exceptional Governance on Jan.

9 at the Joan B. Kroc Institute

ROSE

CONTINUED FROM A9

programs and special events

throughout the year.

Founded in 2000, members

include beginner and expert

rose growers. The Society is

affiliated with the American

rose Society and welcomes

members in surrounding areas

of Del Mar, including Solana

Beach, Encinitas, Rancho

Santa Fe, Carmel Valley, La

Jolla and Point Loma.

For more information, contact

Ellen Breen at

ebreen@ucsd.edu or President

Kathy Reed at kathyreed@

adelphia.net.

LOWBROW

CONTINUED FROM A10

can have humor,” Fleener said.

Sherry’s point of view is

displayed in assembled sculptures

and collages that bare 20plus

word titles as complex as

the thoughts behind the art. “I

always try to make things I

want to see, things that make

me laugh,” Sherry said.

One of Sherry’s whimsical

sculptures is built with a typewriter,

banjo parts, guitar

parts, photograph and wood

crutches. “It’s my limitations in

understanding the string theory,”

Sherry said.

Scrojo, known for his playbill

designs for the Belly Up

Tavern, calls himself a glorified

poster artist. Asked if his

instantly enjoyable event

posters are more art or advertisement,

Scrojo “opts” to let

the viewer decide. “Either or,

draw your own line,” Scrojo

said.

“Lowbrow Art: Nine San

Diego Pop Surrealists,” is on

exhibit at Oceanside Museum

of Art through May 24. Several

special events will highlight

the exhibit, including Art After

Dark on Jan. 30, and Lowbrow

Art Talk with curators Jerry

Waddle and Michael C. Gross

on Feb. 26. For more information,

visit oma-online.org.

Hear pop surrealists Tim

McCormick, Scrojo and Scott

Saw talk about their work at

www.coastnewsgroup.com.

SENIOR

CONTINUED FROM A10

not impress a younger planner or

architect, but these are our

homes.”

“Staff was including this area,

envisioning something other than

a mobile home park,”

Councilwoman Esther Sanchez

said. “I am supportive of future

things for Coast Highway, but I

had no interest in impacting residents.”

for Peace & Justice.

The award is to recognize,

celebrate, promote and inspire

excellence in nonprofit governance

and recognizes board

excellence in ensuring accountability

and safeguarding the

school’s mission.

$9 green fees

CARLSBAD — To celebrate

2009, La Costa Resort and Spa is

offering $9 green fees. Through

Feb. 28, guests who book a room

at La Costa Resort can add on

up to two rounds of golf per

room, per stay at the $9 rate.

The rate is offered on a

space-available basis for individual

play (no group tee times).

Reservations can be made at

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JAN. 30, 2009

COMMUNITY FIGURES

CONTINUED FROM A3

back to the community was

something that came naturally

to McKaig, and not only did he

join the volunteer fire department,

he also became a member

of the Chamber of

Commerce, the Rotary and the

Boys Club.

When the city of Carlsbad

incorporated in 1952, McKaig

was one of the forces behind the

effort, and was called one of the

“Progress Boys.”

McKaig is survived by his

wife Janet (Detwiler) McKaig,

daughters Linda, Lisa and Patty

Lou and a son, John, who now

cuts hair at a barber shop on

State Street, just as his father

once did.

Tucker, who lost his wife

Helen just two years ago, is survived

by his daughters Sharon

and Denise and sons Skip and

David.

TREES

CONTINUED FROM A6

county Supervisor Pam Slater-

Price is paying for the new addition.

“A garden will be nice,”

Cardiff-by-the-Sea resident

Jane Dirksen said. Dirksen sat

reading a story to her toddler

inside the library as chainsaws

cut through the remaining tree

trunks Jan. 23. “It’s a shame to

see the magnificent trees be cut

down and all of the life that

they’ve supported over the

years go with them,” she said.

Initial plans to take down

the trees two years ago sparked

discussion of how the Torrey

SLASHING

CONTINUED FROM A6

family, and she hoped the case

could be resolved with her husband

receiving treatment for his

alcoholism and manic depression.

Unlike other domestic violence

cases where the victim covers

for their significant other,

Eugenia Bizzaro made it clear

SIDEWALK CAFE

CONTINUED FROM A2

sidewalk cafe on Camino del Mar.

“I … am very excited about

this, not only for Jimmy O’s, but

for Del Mar in general,”Jimmy O’s

owner, Keith Nordling, said. “We

need this.”

The staff recommendation to

approve both projects came with a

lengthy list of conditions, including

a $5,000 upfront fee to cover

the potential cost of any increase

in law enforcement services that

may be required as a result of the

cafes. Council members opposed

the requirement and ultimately

deleted the condition.

Councilman Carl Hilliard

said he wasn’t sure they should

assume the sidewalk cafes are

going to be a problem. Nordling

was happy with the decision, but

said he was willing to pay the fee

“and do whatever I need to do to

make this happen.”

“I would always rather pay

$5,000 later than now,” Nordling

said. “If the sidewalk cafe is causing

problems and the police have

to come down there a bunch … I

will reimburse the city for that

extra cost.”

Nordling said he didn’t anticipate

the sidewalk cafe creating

problems that would require additional

law enforcement, especially

since another condition prohibits

the sale or consumption of alcohol

in the area before 9 a.m. and after

10 p.m.

Rick Ehrenfeld, one of only

two residents to address council,

said he would prefer that the outdoor

cafes not be used at all after

10 p.m., but Nordling said he plans

FIRST FIREMAN’S BALL The above photo is of the first Fireman’s Ball in 1954,

which featured Johnny McKaig, center, as the Master of Ceremonies. Photo courtesy

of the Carlsbad City Library, Carlsbad History Room

pines might be saved. The county

has spent $10,000 on consultants

in an attempt to save the

trees according to Aponte. A

certified arborist implemented

a twice-monthly nourishment

program, aerated the soil

around the roots and changed

the irrigation system. Despite

those efforts, the trees’ health

declined, Aponte said.

The Friends of the Cardiffby-the-Sea

Library hired a treerescue

specialist, George Hahn,

but his worm-casting treatments

could not revive the

trees. “We tried to save them if

it was possible,” president

Susan Hays said. Group mem-

she’s not “negating” or “minimizing”

what happened, she said she

just wants her husband to get the

help he needs, which a prison sentence

won’t afford him.

Blane Bizzaro’s attorney,

Sloan Ostbye, said she is hoping to

negotiate a deal for him that

would require him to serve a year

or less of jail time before being

enrolled in a court-ordered resi-

to continue food service until his

kitchen closes at midnight.

“That’s why we (are building)

this sidewalk café,” Nordling said.

“We’re trying to attract diners,”

not drinkers.

Council members said they

would revisit the alcohol ordinance

to try to accommodate a

request from Randy Gruber,

owner of Americana Cafe, to serve

alcohol from the time the restaurant

opens at 7 a.m. Gruber said

some of his customers enjoy an

early morning cocktail with

brunch. His liquor license allows

indoor alcohol service beginning

at 6 a.m.

Nordling said he also had no

problem with a requirement that

prohibits smoking in the sidewalk

cafes.

“I love that,” Nordling said.

He told council members if his

customers complain, “I’m just

going to blame you all.We’ll make

more people happy not (allowing)

smoking than we make happy by

letting them.”

Hilliard said the 70-plus conditions

were excessive, redundant

and potentially a waste of staff

time, especially since many are

included in the existing ordinance.

“Repeating them as special

conditions seems to be disingenuous,”he

said.“It just seems to

me to be over the top.”

The city attorney said that

while some may seem “nonsensical,”

they are included because

they are either state-mandated or

general conditions required for

any construction project.

Jim Watkins, owner of the

building that houses both restau-

THE COAST NEWS A17

bers are excited by the prospect

of a new garden while still

mindful of the purpose that the

trees served.

According to Hays, the

library’s original architect drew

inspiration from the existing

trees in designing the ecologically

friendly library.

“It isn’t the end of the world

but it’s one more change in a

community that has seen a lot of

changes over the years,” said

Dan Davis, a Cardiff-by-the-Sea

resident. “I’m sure a lot of the

older people who’ve lived here

all their lives say that with every

new building that goes up and

every tree that comes down.”

dential treatment center.

Watanabe said he couldn’t

comment on any future plea offers

or resolutions for the case. “Often

times DV victims minimize the

seriousness of the crime against

them; however, it is the District

Attorney’s duty to ensure that victim’s

are protected even if they

don’t think they need protection,”

Watanabe said.

rants, said the goal of the community

plan he helped develop more

than 30 years ago was to create a

pedestrian friendly, walking community.

“But not much has been

done to enhance that,” Watkins

said. “I think this will do more to

regenerate the life of Del Mar …

and energize the whole community

as far as the redevelopment.”

“I like the project,”

Councilman Mark Filanc said. “I

think it is a move in the right

direction.”

During a public hearing last

summer, before he was elected to

council, Don Mosier called the

sidewalk cafe ordinance “premature

and ill-considered.”

“My objection at the time

had to do with the lack of ordinances

covering public impacts

and the low cost recovery for leasing

of public spaces,” said Mosier,

who voted to approve both projects

in part because of the economic

downturn and “the need to

get started on downtown revitalization.”

Mosier said he also liked that

the applicants must report back to

council in six months. “Without

this right of review, I would have

been reluctant to vote for the projects,”

he said. Permits are valid for

three years.

Based on a council-approved

user fee of $2 per square foot,

Jimmy O’s and Americana will

pay annual assessments of $754

and $1,074, respectively. The

money will be used for downtown

streetscape improvements. Staff

said applications from two other

restaurants could be presented to

council as early as next month.

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Event Chairwoman Pratiksha Ahuja invite the public to participate in The

Grauer School student leadership class-sponsored American Red Cross

Blood Drive from noon to 5:30 p.m. Feb. 2 at 1500 S. El Camino Real. All

blood donors will receive an ARC T-Shirt and will be entered into an

opportunity drawing to win one of two four-pack cinema passes and a gift

certificate to Coldstone Creamery. The blood drive is in response to the

data that shows someone in the U.S. needs blood every two seconds.

Some individuals need regular blood transfusions to survive on a daily

basis. The actual donation usually takes less than 10 to 12 minutes. For

further information, call (760) 944-6777 or visit www.grauerschool.com.

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under and pursuant to a Deed to

Trust described below. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor: John E. Ord, a mar-

ried man Duly Appointed

Trustee: Pomona Financial

Service, Inc. Deed of Trust

recorded 10/16/2007 as

Instrument No. 2007-0665078 in

book , page of Official Records

in the office of the Recorder of

San Diego County, California,

Date of Sale: 2/20/2009 at 10:00

AM Place of Sale: At the

entrance to the East County

Regional Center by statue, 250

E. Main Street, El Cajon,

California Amount of unpaid

balance and other reasonable

estimated charges: $369,788.80.

Street Address or other common

designation of real property:

5505 Old Ranch Road,

Oceanside, CA 92057 A/K/A 5505

Old Ranch RD 9, Oceanside,

California A.P.N. 157-411-21-09

The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the street address or

other common designation, if

any, shown above. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale. ‘For

sales information, please call

(714) 573-1965 or log onto

www.priorityposting.com’ Date:

1/14/2009. We are attempting to

collect a debt, and any informa-

tion we obtain will be used for

that purpose. S.B.S. Trust Deed

Network As Agent For The

Trustee 31194 La Baya Drive

Suite 106 Westlake Village, CA

91362 818-991-4600 Yardia Blane,

Sr Trustee Sale Officer P525409

1/30, 2/6, 02/13/2009 CN 7464

TS # CA-08-144487-RM Loan #

0013322987 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 12/8/2005.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): ERIK S. SUMMERS

A MARRIED MAN AS HIS

SOLE AND SEPARATE PROP-

ERTY Recorded: 12/21/2005 as

Instrument No. 2005-1091795 in

book xxx, page xxx of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/19/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $521,464.49

The purported property address

is: 1649 SEATTLE SLEW WA

OCEANSIDE, CA 92057

Assessors Parcel No. 157-771-43

The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale.

Pursuant to California Civil

Code §2923.5 (c), the beneficiary

or authorized agent declares as

follows: See the attached

Declaration marked as Exhibit

A, attached hereto and made a

part hereof by this reference. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/23/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 Quality Loan Service, Corp.

If you have previously been dis-

charged through bankruptcy, you

may have been released of per-

sonal liability for this loan in

which case this letter is intend-

ed to exercise the note holder’s

rights against the real property

only. This notice is sent for the

purpose of collecting a debt. This

firm is attempting to collect a

debt on behalf of the holder and

owner of the note. Any informa-

tion obtained by or provided to

this firm or the creditor will be

used for that purpose. As

required by law, you are hereby

notified that a negative credit

report reflecting on your credit

record may be submitted to a

credit report agency if you fail

to fulfill the terms of your credit

obligations. P525439 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7463

TS. No. 2008-3214 Order No.

800000723 Loan No. 0070218148

Notice of Trustee’s Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

10/11/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

Cashier’s Check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state will be held by

the duly appointed trustee as

shown below, of all right, title,

and interest conveyed to and

now held by the trustee in the

hereinafter described property

under and pursuant to a Deed to

Trust described below. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor: John E. Ord, a mar-

ried man Duly Appointed

Trustee: Pomona Financial

Service, Inc. Deed of Trust

recorded 10/16/2007 as

Instrument No. 2007-0665077 in

book , page of Official Records

in the office of the Recorder of

San Diego County, California,

Date of Sale: 2/20/2009 at 10:00

AM Place of Sale: At the

entrance to the East County

Regional Center by statue, 250

E. Main Street, El Cajon,

California Amount of unpaid

balance and other charges:

$378,373.16 Street Address or

other common designation of

real property: 5501 Old Ranch

Road, Oceanside, CA 92057

A/K/A 5501 Old Ranch Road 1,

Oceanside, California A.P.N.:

157-411-21-01 The undersigned

Trustee disclaims any liability

for any incorrectness of the

street address or other common

designation, if any, shown above.

If no street address or other

common designation is shown,

directions to the location of the

property may be obtained by

sending a written request to the

beneficiary within 10 days of the

date of first publication of this

Notice of Sale. ‘For sales infor-

mation, please call (714) 573-

1965 or log onto

www.priorityposting.com’ Date:

1/14/09 We are attempting to col-

lect a debt, and any information

we obtain will be used for that

purpose. S.B.S. Trust Deed

Network As Agent For The

Trustee 31194 La Baya Drive,

Suite 106, Westlake Village, CA

91362 818-991-4600 Yardia Blane,

Sr Trustee Sale Officer P525395

1/30, 2/6, 02/13/2009 CN 7462

TS No. 2008-3371 Order No.

3206-143471 Loan No. 28011712

Notice of Trustee’s Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

2/13/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

Cashier’s Check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state will be held by

the duly appointed trustee as

shown below, of all right, title,

and interest conveyed to and

now held by the trustee in the

hereinafter described property

under and pursuant to a Deed to

Trust described below. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor: RMS Construction,

Inc., a California Corporation

Duly Appointed Trustee: S.B.S.

Trust Deed Network, a

California Corporation Deed of

Trust recorded 02/21/2007 as

Instrument No. 2007-0116861 in

book , page of Official Records

in the office of the Recorder of

San Diego County, California,

Date of Sale: 2/20/2009 at 10:00

AM Place of Sale: At the

entrance to the East County

Regional Center by statue, 250

E. Main Street, El Cajon, CA

Amount of unpaid balance and

other charges: $609,306.40.

Street Address or other common

designation of real property:

NKA La Tara Lane Fallbrook, CA

92028 A/K/A Olive Hill RD. See

attached Exhibit “A” made a

part hereto and made a part

hereof Parcel 1: Parcel 2 of

Parcel Map No. 19652, in the

County of San Diego, State of

California, according to map

thereof filed in the office of the

County Recorder of San Diego

County, February 11, 2005.

Parcel 2: An easement and right

of way for ingress and egress

along and across the Southerly

20.00 feet of Lot 52 of the subdi-

vision of Tract "D" of the parti-

tion of the Rancho Monserate, in

the County of San Diego, State

of California, according to map

thereof no. 821, filed in the

office of the County Recorder of

San Diego County, September

25, 1896, being the Easterly

759.00 feet of the Westerly

779.00 feet, more or less, as

measured from the Southwest

corner of said Lot 52, excepting

therefrom that portion lying

Westerly of the Center Line of

the County Road, (Olive Mill

Road) known as road survey no.

427, the Easterly terminus of

said easement is 20.00 feet,

Easterly from the Northwest cor-

ner of the property conveyed to

Earl D. Zook and Betty L. Zook,

husband and wife as joint ten-

ants in deed recorded May 20,

1964 as File No. 90427 of official

records. End of Legal

Description. A.P.N. 123-120-62-00

The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the street address or

other common designation, if

any, shown above. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale. ‘For

sales information, please call

(714) 573-1965 or log onto

www.priorityposting.com’ Date:

1/19/2009. We are attempting to

collect a debt, and any informa-

tion we obtain will be used for

that purpose. S.B.S. Trust Deed

Network, a California

Corporation 31194 La Baya Drive

Suite 106, Westlake Village, CA

91362 818-991-4600 Yardia Blane,

Senior Trustee Sale Officer

P525416 1/30, 2/6, 02/13/2009 CN

7461

TS No. 2008-3212 Order No.

800000721 Loan No. 0070218150

Notice of Trustee’s Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

10/11/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

Cashier’s Check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state will be held by

the duly appointed trustee as

shown below, of all right, title,

and interest conveyed to and

now held by the trustee in the

hereinafter described property

under and pursuant to a Deed to

Trust described below. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor: John E. Ord, a mar-

ried man Duly Appointed

Trustee: Pomona Financial

Service, Inc. recorded 10/16/2007

as Instrument No. 2007-0665079

in book , page of Official

Records in the office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California, Date of Sale:

2/20/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $374,070.12.

Street Address or other common

designation of real property:

5509 Old Ranch Road,

Oceanside, CA 92057 A/K/A 5509

Old Ranch Road 16, Oceanside,

California A.P.N. 157-411-21-16

As more fully described in said

Deed of Trust The undersigned

Trustee disclaims any liability

for any incorrectness of the

street address or other common

designation, if any, shown above.

If no street address or other

common designation is shown,

directions to the location of the

property may be obtained by

sending a written request to the

beneficiary within 10 days of the

date of first publication of this

Notice of Sale. ‘For sales infor-

mation, please call (714) 573-

1965 or log onto www.priority-

posting.com’ Date: 1/14/2009.

We are attempting to collect a

debt, and any information we

obtain will be used for that pur-

pose. S.B.S. Trust Deed Network

as agent for the trustee 31194 La

Baya Drive Suite 106, Westlake

Village, CA 91362 818-991-4600

Yardia Blane, Sr Trustee Sale

Officer P525405 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7460

TS No. 2008-3211 Order No.

800000722 Loan No. 0070218151

Notice of Trustee’s Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

10/11/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

Cashier’s Check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state will be held by

the duly appointed trustee as

shown below, of all right, title,

and interest conveyed to and

now held by the trustee in the

hereinafter described property

under and pursuant to a Deed to

Trust described below. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor: John E. Ord, a mar-

ried man Duly Appointed

Trustee: Pomona Financial

Services, Inc. Deed of Trust

recorded 10/16/2007 as

Instrument No. 2007-0665076 in

book , page of Official Records

in the office of the Recorder of

San Diego County, California,

Date of Sale: 2/20/2009 at 10:00

AM Place of Sale: At the

entrance to the East County

Regional Center by statue, 250

E. Main Street, El Cajon, CA

Amount of unpaid balance and

other charges: $377,496.57.

Street Address or other common

designation of real property:

5515 Old Ranch Road,

Oceanside CA 92057 A/K/A 5515

Old Ranch Rd 26, Oceanside,

California A.P.N. 157-411-21-26

As more fully described in said

Deed of Trust The undersigned

Trustee disclaims any liability

for any incorrectness of the

street address or other common

designation, if any, shown above.

If no street address or other

common designation is shown,

directions to the location of the

property may be obtained by

sending a written request to the

beneficiary within 10 days of the

date of first publication of this

Notice of Sale. ‘For sales infor-

mation, please call (714) 573-

1965 or log onto www.priority-

posting.com’ Date: 1/14/2009.

We are attempting to collect a

debt, and any information we

obtain will be used for that pur-

pose. S.B.S. Trust Deed Network,

as agent for the trustee 31194 La

Baya Drive Suite 106, Westlake

Village, CA 91362 818-991-4600

Yardia Blane, Sr Trustee Sale

Officer P525402 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7459

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

Trustee Sale No. 74-32122-3 Title

Order No.E846867 APN 103-067-

07 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT

UNDER A DEED OF TRUST

DATED 06/23/2005. UNLESS

YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-

TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 02/19/2009 at

10:00AM, HOUSEKEY FINAN-

CIAL CORPORATION as the

duly appointed Trustee under

and pursuant to Deed of Trust

Recorded on 06/27/2005, as

Instrument 2005-0536814 of offi-

cial records in the Office of the

Recorder of SAN DIEGO County,

California, executed by:

WILBERT S. HERMAN AND

MARIA C. HERMAN, HUSBAND

AND WIFE, AS JOINT TEN-

ANTS, as Trustor, HOUSEHOLD

FINANCE CORPORATION OF

CALIFORNIA as Beneficiary

(Original Lender) and HOUSE-

HOLD FINANCE CORPORA-

TION OF CALIFORNIA, as cur-

rent Servicer/Lender, WILL

SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO

THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR

CASH (payable at time of sale in

lawful money of the United

States, by cash, a cashier's check

drawn by a state or national

bank, a check drawn by a state

or federal credit union, or a

check drawn by a state or feder-

al savings and loan association,

savings association, or savings

bank specified in section 5102 of

the Financial Code and author-

ized to do business in this state).

At: THE SOUTH ENTRANCE TO

THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE,

220 WEST BROADWAY, SAN

DIEGO, CA, all right, title and

interest conveyed to and now

held by it under said Deed of

Trust in the property situated in

said County, California describ-

ing the land therein: AS MORE

FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE

ABOVE MENTIONED DEED OF

TRUST. The property heretofore

described is being sold "as is".

The street address and other

common designation, if any, of

the real property described

above is purported to be: 738 N

OLIVE AVE, FALLBROOK, CA

92028. AKA: 738 OLIVE

AVENUE, FALLBROOK

(AREA), CA 92028. The under-

signed Trustee disclaims any lia-

bility for any incorrectness of

the street address and other

common designation, if any,

shown herein. Said sale will be

made, but without covenant or

warranty, expressed or implied,

regarding title, possession, or

encumbrances, to pay the

remaining principal sum of the

note(s) secured by said Deed of

Trust, with interest thereon, as

provided in said note(s),

advances, if any, under the terms

of the Deed of Trust, estimated

fees, charges and expenses of

the Trustee and of the trusts cre-

ated by said Deed of Trust, to-

wit: $365,061.15 (Estimated).

Accrued interest and additional

advances, if any, will increase

this figure prior to sale. CONDI-

TION OF SALE: The successful

bidder will be required to pay

county documentary transfer

tax, any city tax, and any other

applicable taxes or fees (includ-

ing, but not limited to, the fee

for recording Preliminary

Change of Ownership report) to

the auctioneer at the time of

sale. If the Trustee is unable to

convey title for any reason, the

successful bidder's sole and

exclusive remedy shall be the

return of monies paid to the

Trustee and the successful bid-

der shall have no further

recourse. The beneficiary under

said Deed of Trust heretofore

executed and delivered to the

undersigned a written

Declaration of Default and

Demand for Sale, and a written

Notice of Default and Election

to Sell. The undersigned caused

said Notice of Default and

Election to Sell to be recorded

in the county where the real

property is located and more

than three months have elapsed

since such recordation. DATE:

01/22/2009 HOUSEKEY FINAN-

CIAL CORPORATION P.O. BOX

60145 CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA

91716 For Sale Information:

(714)730-2727, www.fidelityas-

ap.com or

www.priorityposting.com TO

NOTIFY TRUSTEE OF BANK-

RUPTCY FILINGS, PLEASE

FAX FACE PAGE OF BANK-

RUPTCY PETITION TO (909)

397-3914 Betty Schwab, Trustee

Sales Officer HOUSEKEY

FINANCIAL CORPORATION

MAY BE ACTING AS A DEBT

COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO

COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFOR-

MATION OBTAINED MAY BE

USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.

ASAP# 2977384 01/30/2009,

02/06/2009, 02/13/2009 CN 7451

Trustee Sale No. 08-4923 Title

Order No. G814003 APN 157-583-

17 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S

SALE YOU ARE IN DEFAULT

UNDER A DEED OF TRUST

DATED 3/16/2006. UNLESS YOU

TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT

YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE

SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF

YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION

OF THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 2/19/2009 at

10:00AM, Old Republic Default

Management Services, a Division

of Old Republic National Title

Insurance Company as the duly

appointed Trustee pursuant to

the Deed of Trust Recorded on

03/22/2006 as Instrument

Number 2006-0198043 of official

records in the Office of the

County Recorder of San Diego

County, California, executed by:

Servando Martinez, a single man

and Margarita E Gonzalez, a sin-

gle woman, as community prop-

erty, as Trustor, Mortgage

Electronic Registration Systems,

Inc. as nominee, as Beneficiary,

Will Sell At Public Auction To

The Highest Bidder For Cash

(payable in full at time of sale

by cash, a cashier’s check drawn

by a state or national bank, a

check drawn by a state or feder-

al credit union, or a check drawn

by a state or federal savings and

loan association, savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state). At: At the

entrance to the East County

Regional Center by statue, 250

E. Main Street, El Cajon, CA, all

right, title and interest conveyed

to and now held by it under said

Deed of Trust in the property sit-

uated in said County, and state,

and as more fully described in

the above referenced Deed of

Trust. The street address and

other common designation, if

any, of the real property

described above is purported to

be: 825 Sunningdale Drive,

Oceanside, CA 92057. The under-

signed Trustee disclaims any lia-

bility for any incorrectness of

the street address and other

common designation, if any,

shown herein. Said sale will be

made in an “AS IS” condition,

but without covenant or warran-

ty, expressed or implied, regard-

ing title, possession, or encum-

brances, to pay the remaining

principal sum of the note(s)

secured by said Deed of Trust,

with interest thereon, as provid-

ed in said note(s), advances, if

any, under the terms of the Deed

of Trust, estimated fees, charges

and expenses of the Trustee and

of the trusts created by said

Deed of Trust, to wit:

$499,979.13 (Estimated) Accrued

interest and additional

advances, if any, will increase

this figure prior to sale. It is pos-

sible that at the time of sale the

opening bid may be less than the

total indebtedness due. The

Declaration pursuant to

California Civil Code, Section

2923.5(b) is attached hereto as

Exhibit A. Date: 1/19/2009 Old

Republic Default Management

Services, a Division of Old

Republic National Title

Insurance Company, as Trustee

500 City Parkway West, Suite

200, Orange, CA 92868-2913

(866) 263-5802 For Sale

Information Contact: Priority

Posting and Publishing (714)

573-1965 Esther Valenzuela,

Assistant Vice President Exhibit

A to Notice of Trustee Sale

Trustee Sale No. 08-4923 Loan

No. 2000169962 APN157-583-17

Declaration of Lender, Trustee

or Authorized Agent under

California Civil Code Section

2923.5(c) The undersigned is the

lender, beneficiary, or its author-

ized agent under the Deed of

Trust or Mortgage that is the

subject of the Notice of Sale to

which this Declaration is

attached and made a part. In

compliance with the require-

ments of California Civil Code

section 2923.5(c), the under-

signed does hereby declare as

follows: (strike out or delete the

option that is not applicable) 1.

The borrower under said Deed

of Trust or Mortgage has been

contacted in order to assess the

borrower’s financial situation

and to explore options for the

borrower to avoid foreclosure.

Or, 10/11/07 2. No contact has

been made with the borrower.

The following list enumerates

the efforts that were made in

order to make such contact with

the borrower: ________(continue

on attachment, if more space is

needed). Date: 11/21/08 By: Shari

Landram Default Coordinator

(name of person signing, and

their corporate title) Shari

Landram P523202 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7450

TS # CA-08-178552-SH Loan #

0039955729 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 1/11/2007.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): FREDERICK GLICK

AND RUTH GLICK, HUSBAND

AND WIFE, AS JOINT TEN-

PUBLIC NOTICE

TO INTERESTED PARTIES:

Please be advised that the City of Carlsbad is con-

sidering text amendments to its Local Coastal

Program (LCP) as summarized below. This notice

hereby opens a six week review period after which the Planning

Commission and City Council will consider all comments and act on

the proposed amendment. The Planning Commission hearing is

expected to take place on February 18, 2009, and will be duly

noticed. The City Council hearing is expected to take place in

March 2009, and will be duly noticed.

Copies of the LCP amendment are available for review at the fol-

lowing locations: (1) Carlsbad Planning Department, 1635 Faraday

Avenue; (2) City Clerk’s Office, 1200 Carlsbad Village Drive; (3)

Carlsbad Main Library, 1775 Dove Lane; (4) Georgina Cole Library,

1250 Carlsbad Village Drive; and (5) the California Coastal

Commission, 7575 Metropolitan Drive, Suite 103, San Diego, CA

92108-4402

PROPOSED LCP AMENDMENT SUMMARY

LCPA 05-07(A) – CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION’S

SUGGESTED MODIFICATIONS TO THE PLANNED

DEVELOPMENT REGULATION AMENDMENTS

The City’s Zoning Ordinance is the implementing ordinance for the

City’s Local Coastal Program. Accordingly, this Local Coastal

Program Amendment is necessary to ensure consistency between

its proposed amended Zoning Ordinance and the Local Coastal

Program. This Zone Code/Local Coastal Program Amendment is

summarized as follows:

On January 8, 2009, the California Coastal Commission approved

the City of Carlsbad’s application to amend the City’s Planned

Development, Parking, and Beach Area Overlay Zone regulations

(previously approved by the City on February 20, 2009 – ZCA 05-

02/LCPA 05-07). The Coastal Commission’s approval included

minor modifications to standards related to: (a) clarifying visitor

parking requirements, (b) no longer limited one-family

dwellings/twin homes to two stories, (c) providing flexibility in the

condominium drive-aisles setbacks and private recreation space

requirements, and (d) other minor changes for consistency.

If you have any questions, please call Jennifer Jesser in the

Planning Department at (760) 602-4637. Written comments should

be sent to the Planning Department at 1635 Faraday Avenue,

Carlsbad, California 92008.

CN 7466, Jan. 30, 2009

CITY OF ENCINITAS

The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation

Department will be closing the GRANDVIEW

BEACH ACCESS STAIRS Monday 2/2/2009 thru

Friday 2/6/2009 between the hours of 8:30 AM and

3:30 PM for refurbishment.

For more information please call: The City of Encinitas Parks and

Recreation Department, 760/633-2740.

CN 7469, Jan. 30, 2009


THE COAST NEWS

JAN. 30, 2009

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ANTS Recorded: 01/17/2007 as

Instrument No. 2007-0034110 in

book xxx, page xxx of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/19/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $654,307.93

The purported property address

is: 515 ESTREMOZ COURT

OCEANSIDE, CA 92057

Assessors Parcel No. 160-582-57

The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale.

Pursuant to California Civil

Code §2923.5 (c), the beneficiary

or authorized agent declares as

follows: See the attached

Declaration marked as Exhibit

A, attached hereto and made a

part hereof by this reference. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/20/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 Quality Loan Service, Corp.

If you have previously been dis-

charged through bankruptcy, you

may have been released of per-

sonal liability for this loan in

which case this letter is intend-

ed to exercise the note holder’s

rights against the real property

only. This notice is sent for the

purpose of collecting a debt. This

firm is attempting to collect a

debt on behalf of the holder and

owner of the note. Any informa-

tion obtained by or provided to

this firm or the creditor will be

used for that purpose. As

required by law, you are hereby

notified that a negative credit

report reflecting on your credit

record may be submitted to a

credit report agency if you fail

to fulfill the terms of your credit

obligations. P523814 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7449

TS # CA-08-187025-SH Loan #

0040401259 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 3/31/2007.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): RACHEL MENDEZ

AND ROBERT MENDEZ HUS-

BAND AND WIFE AS JOINT

TENANTS Recorded: 04/04/2007

as Instrument No. 2007-0227633

in book xxx, page xxx of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/19/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $578,126.00

The purported property address

is: 802 KALPATI CIRCLE UNIT

A CARLSBAD, CA 92008

Assessors Parcel No. 206-222-19-

19 The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale.

Pursuant to California Civil

Code §2923.5 (c), the beneficiary

or authorized agent declares as

follows: See the attached

Declaration marked as Exhibit

A, attached hereto and made a

part hereof by this reference. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/20/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 Quality Loan Service, Corp.

If you have previously been dis-

charged through bankruptcy, you

may have been released of per-

sonal liability for this loan in

which case this letter is intend-

ed to exercise the note holder’s

rights against the real property

only. This notice is sent for the

purpose of collecting a debt. This

firm is attempting to collect a

debt on behalf of the holder and

owner of the note. Any informa-

tion obtained by or provided to

this firm or the creditor will be

used for that purpose. As

required by law, you are hereby

notified that a negative credit

report reflecting on your credit

record may be submitted to a

credit report agency if you fail

to fulfill the terms of your credit

obligations. P523884 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7448

TS # CA-08-178505-SH Loan #

0039757919 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 11/29/2006.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): LAZARO VASQUEZ

Recorded: 12/1/2006 as

Instrument No. 2006-0855841 in

book xxx, page xxx of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/19/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $632,602.65

The purported property address

is: 601 N HORNE ST OCEAN-

SIDE, CA 92054 Assessors Parcel

No. 147-052-06 The undersigned

Trustee disclaims any liability

for any incorrectness of the

property address or other com-

mon designation, if any, shown

herein. If no street address or

other common designation is

shown, directions to the location

of the property may be obtained

by sending a written request to

the beneficiary within 10 days of

the date of first publication of

this Notice of Sale. Pursuant to

California Civil Code §2923.5

(c), the beneficiary or authorized

agent declares as follows: See

the attached Declaration marked

as Exhibit A, attached hereto

and made a part hereof by this

reference. If the Trustee is

unable to convey title for any

reason, the successful bidder’s

sole and exclusive remedy shall

be the return of monies paid to

the Trustee, and the successful

bidder shall have no further

recourse. Date: 1/20/2009 Quality

Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 Quality Loan Service, Corp.

If you have previously been dis-

charged through bankruptcy, you

may have been released of per-

sonal liability for this loan in

which case this letter is intend-

ed to exercise the note holder’s

rights against the real property

only. This notice is sent for the

purpose of collecting a debt. This

firm is attempting to collect a

debt on behalf of the holder and

owner of the note. Any informa-

tion obtained by or provided to

this firm or the creditor will be

used for that purpose. As

required by law, you are hereby

notified that a negative credit

report reflecting on your credit

record may be submitted to a

credit report agency if you fail

to fulfill the terms of your credit

obligations. P523802 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7445

TS# 057-002608 Order #

30136645 Loan # 0054776174

Notice of Trustee’s Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

8/1/2005. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state will be held by

the duly appointed trustee. The

sale will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor(s): Leonard L. Fifer,

an unmarried man Recorded:

08/10/2005 as Instrument No.

2005-0680838 in book , page of

Official Records in the office of

the Recorder of San Diego

County, California; Date of Sale:

2/19/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $670,865.57

The purported property address

is: 720 North Tremont Street

Oceanside, CA 92054 Legal

Description As more fully

described in said Deed of Trust

Assessors Parcel No. 143-204-20-

00 The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/26/2009 LandAmerica

OneStop, Inc., as the successor

by merger to LandAmerica

Default Services Michael Litel,

Foreclosure Coordinator, Post

Office Box 5899 6 Executive

Circle Irvine, CA 92616 (949)

885-4500 Sale Line: 714-573-1965

Reinstatement Line: 949-885-

4500 To request

reinstatement/and or payoff FAX

request to: (949) 885-4496 This

office is attempting to collect a

debt and any information

obtained will be used for that

purpose. P521026 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7443

Trustee Sale No. 08-01481-6 Loan

No. 1002844113 Title Order No.

080025794-CA-DCI NOTICE OF

TURSTEE'S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 3/20/2007.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 2/19/2009, at 10:00

AM, At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA, Fidelity National Title

Company, as the duly apointed

Trustee, will sell, at public auc-

tion to the highest bidder, in

lawful money of the United

States, all payable at the time of

sale, the following described

property situated in San Diego

County, California: 2601 Joann

Drive , Oceanside, CA 92056

APN(s) 162-345-03. The Trustee

disclaims any liability for any

incorrectness of the street

address and other common des-

ignation, if any, shown herein.

Said sale will be made, but with-

out covenant or warranty,

expressed or implied, regarding

title, possession, or encum-

brances, to pay the remaining

unpaid balance of the obliga-

tions secured by and pursuant to

the power of sale contained in

that certain Deed of Trust

(together with any modifications

thereto), executed by Richard T.

Cloonan, a single man, as

Trustor, and recorded on

03/28/2007, as Instrument No.

2007-0209647 of Official Records

in the office of the Recorder of

San Diego County, CA The total

amount of the unpaid balance of

the obligations secured by the

property to be sold and reason-

ably estimated costs, expenses

and advances at the time of the

initial publication of this Notice

of Trustee's Sale is estimated to

be $449,462.44 provided, howev-

er, that prepayment premiums,

accrued interest, advances and

costs of sale will increase this

figure prior to sale. Beneficiary's

bid at said sale may include all

or part of said amount. In addi-

tion to cash, the Trustee will

accept a cashier's check drawn

by a state or national bank, a

check drawn by a state or feder-

al credit union, or a check drawn

by a state or federal savings and

loan association, savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the California

Financial Code and authorized

to do business in California, or

such other funds as may be

acceptable to the Trustee. In the

even that tender other than cash

is accepted, the Trustee may

withhold the issuance of the

Trustee's Deed Upon Sale until

funds become available to the

payee or endorsee as a matter of

right. The property offered for

sale excludes all funds held on

account by the property receiver,

if applicable. Dated as of:

1/28/2009 Fidelity National Title

Company, Trustee 17911 Von

Karman Ave, Suite 275, Irvine,

CA 92614, 949-622-5730 By: Juan

Enriquez, Authorized Signature

SALE INFORMATION CAN BE

OBTAINED ON LINE AT

www.priorityposting.com AUTO-

MATED SALES INFORMATION

PLEASE CALL 714-573-1965

P513930 1/30, 2/6, 02/13/2009 CN

7442

TS # CA-08-208069-PJ Loan #

0040414989 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 1/15/2007.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): LINDA D CRISP, A

SINGLE WOMAN Recorded:

01/25/2007 as Instrument No.

2007-0054104 in book xxx, page

xxx of Official Records in the

Office of the Recorder of San

Diego County, California; Date

of Sale: 2/19/2009 at 10:00 AM

Place of Sale: At the entrance to

the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA Amount of

unpaid balance and other

charges: $263,985.27 The pur-

ported property address is: 1391

PANORAMA RIDGE ROAD

OCEANSIDE, CA 92056

Assessors Parcel No. 161-351-14-

00 The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale.

Pursuant to California Civil

Code §2923.5 (c), the beneficiary

or authorized agent declares as

follows: See the attached

Declaration marked as Exhibit

A, attached hereto and made a

part hereof by this reference. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/29/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 IDS, If you have previously

been discharged through bank-

ruptcy, you may have been

released of personal liability for

this loan in which case this let-

ter is intended to exercise the

note holder’s rights against the

real property only. This notice is

sent for the purpose of collect-

ing a debt. This firm is attempt-

ing to collect a debt on behalf of

the holder and owner of the

note. Any information obtained

by or provided to this firm or the

creditor will be used for that

purpose. As required by law, you

are hereby notified that a nega-

tive credit report reflecting on

your credit record may be sub-

mitted to a credit report agency

if you fail to fulfill the terms of

your credit obligations. P520947

1/30, 2/6, 02/13/2009 CN 7440

TS # CA-08-207574-PJ Loan #

0040473811 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 4/5/2007.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): ALEXANDER

WILLIAM DIXON, A MARRIED

MAN AS HIS SOLE AND SEPA-

RATE PROPERTY Recorded:

04/18/2007 as Instrument No.

2007-0265321 in book xxx, page

xxx of Official Records in the

Office of the Recorder of San

Diego County, California; Date

of Sale: 2/19/2009 at 10:00 AM

Place of Sale: At the entrance to

the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA Amount of

unpaid balance and other

charges: $430,601.87 The pur-

ported property address is: 765

HARBOR CLIFF WAY #132

OCEANSIDE, CA 92054

Assessors Parcel No. 144-270-06-

28 The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/30/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 Quality Loan Service, Corp.

If you have previously been dis-

charged through bankruptcy, you

may have been released of per-

sonal liability for this loan in

which case this letter is intend-

ed to exercise the note holder’s

rights against the real property

only. This notice is sent for the

purpose of collecting a debt. This

firm is attempting to collect a

debt on behalf of the holder and

owner of the note. Any informa-

tion obtained by or provided to

this firm or the creditor will be

used for that purpose. As

required by law, you are hereby

notified that a negative credit

report reflecting on your credit

record may be submitted to a

credit report agency if you fail

to fulfill the terms of your credit

obligations. P520896 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7439

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

T.S No. 1174546-02 APN: 257-303-

26 TRA: LOAN NO: Xxxxxx3777

REF: Khamjani, Bahram IMPOR-

TANT NOTICE TO PROPERTY

OWNER: YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST, DATED March 16, 2006.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On February 19, 2009,

at 10:00am, Cal-Western

Reconveyance Corporation, as

duly appointed trustee under

and pursuant to Deed of Trust

recorded March 20, 2006, as Inst.

No. 2006-0191028 in book XX,

page XX of Official Records in

the office of the County

Recorder of San Diego County,

State of California, executed by

Bahram Khamjani A Married

Man, will sell at public auction

to highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, a check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, savings association,

or savings bank At the entrance

to the east county regional cen-

ter by Statue, 250 E. Main Street

El Cajon, California, all right,

title and interest conveyed to

and now held by it under said

Deed of Trust in the property sit-

uated in said County and State

described as: Completely

described in said deed of trust

The street address and other

common designation, if any, of

the real property described

above is purported to be: 427

Gardendale Road Encinitas CA

92024-1948 The undersigned

Trustee disclaims any liability

for any incorrectness of the

street address and other com-

mon designation, if any, shown

herein. Said sale will be held,

but without covenant or warran-

ty, express or implied, regarding

title, possession, condition or

encumbrances, including fees,

charges and expenses of the

Trustee and of the trusts created

by said Deed of Trust, to pay the

remaining principal sums of the

note(s) secured by said Deed of

Trust. The total amount of the

unpaid balance of the obligation

secured by the property to be

sold and reasonable estimated

costs, expenses and advances at

the time of the initial publica-

tion of the Notice of Sale is:

$565,757.74. If the Trustee is

unable to convey title for any

reason, the successful bidder's

sole and exclusive remedy shall

be the return of monies paid to

the Trustee, and the successful

bidder shall have no further

recourse. The beneficiary under

said Deed of Trust heretofore

executed and delivered to the

undersigned a written declara-

tion of Default and Demand for

Sale, and a written Notice of

Default and Election to Sell. The

undersigned caused said Notice

of Default and Election to Sell

to be recorded in the county

where the real property is locat-

ed. Trustee Sale No. 1174546-02

Loan No. XXXXXX3777 As indi-

cated below, Wachovia Mortgage,

FSB, made the following efforts

to contact the borrower, but con-

tact was not made. Use of auto-

dialer to contact borrower, man-

ually dialed calls to the borrow-

er, mailed correspondence to the

borrower containing a toll free

number for Wachovia Mortgage,

FSB, and regarding the delin-

quency, Mailed brochure to the

borrower regarding options to

avoid foreclosure. For sales infor-

mation: Mon-Fri 9:00am to

4:00pm (619) 590-1221. Cal-

Western Reconveyance

Corporation, 525 East Main

Street, P.O. Box 22004, El Cajon,

CA 92022-9004 Dated: January

14, 2009. (R-217899) 01/30/09,

02/06/09, 02/13/09) CN 7438

TSG NO.: 3898757 TS NO.:

20089017103160 FHA/VA/PMI

NO.: NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S

SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST, DATED 10/26/2006

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. ON 2/19/2009 AT

10:00 AM FIRST AMERICAN

LOANSTAR TRUSTEE

SERVICES, AS DULY APPOINT-

ED TRUSTEE UNDER AND

PURSUANT TO DEED OF

TRUST RECORDED 11/01/2006,

AS INSTRUMENT NO. 2006-

0779446, IN BOOK , PAGE , OF

OFFICIAL RECORDS IN THE

OFFICE OF THE COUNTY

RECORDER OF SAN DIEGO

COUNTY, STATE OF

CALIFORNIA. EXECUTED BY:

JOSEPH VINCENT MCCAR-

RON, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC

AUCTION TO HIGHEST BID-

DER FOR CASH, CASHIER’S

CHECK/CASH EQUIVALENT

OR OTHER FORM OF PAY-

MENT AUTHORIZED BY

2924H(B), (PAYABLE AT TIME

OF SALE IN LAWFUL MONEY

OF THE UNITED STATES) AT

THE ENTRANCE TO THE EAST

COUNTY REGIONAL CENTER

BY STATUE, 250 E. MAIN

STREET, EL CAJON, CA ALL

RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST

CONVEYED TO AND NOW

HELD BY IT UNDER SAID

DEED OF TRUST IN THE PROP-

ERTY SITUATED IN SAID

COUNTY AND STATE

DESCRIBED AS: AS MORE

FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE

ABOVE MENTIONED DEED OF

TRUST APN# 109-210-42-00 THE

STREET ADDRESS AND

OTHER COMMON DESIGNA-

TION, IF ANY, OF THE REAL

PROPERTY DESCRIBED

ABOVE IS PURPORTED TO BE:

1994 VIA LADERA , FALL-

BROOK, CA 92028 THE UNDER-

SIGNED TRUSTEE DISCLAIMS

ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY

INCORRECTNESS OF THE

STREET ADDRESS AND

OTHER COMMON DESIGNA-

TION, IF ANY, SHOWN HERE-

IN. SAID SALE WILL BE MADE,

BUT WITHOUT COVENANT OR

WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR

IMPLIED, REGARDING TITLE,

POSSESSION, OR ENCUM-

BRANCES, TO PAY THE

REMAINING PRINCIPAL SUM

OF THE NOTE(S) SECURED BY

SAID DEED OF TRUST, WITH

INTEREST THEREON, AS PRO-

VIDED IN SAID NOTE(S),

ADVANCES, UNDER THE

TERMS OF SAID DEED OF

TRUST, FEES, CHARGES AND

EXPENSES OF THE TRUSTEE

AND OF THE TRUSTS CREAT-

ED BY SAID DEED OF TRUST.

THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE

UNPAID BALANCE OF THE

OBLIGATION SECURED BY

THE PROPERTY TO BE SOLD

AND REASONABLE ESTIMAT-

ED COSTS, EXPENSES AND

ADVANCES AT THE TIME OF

THE INITIAL PUBLICATION

OF THE NOTICE OF SALE IS

$928,975.05 THE BENEFICIARY

UNDER SAID DEED OF TRUST

HERETOFORE EXECUTED

AND DELIVERED TO THE

UNDERSIGNED A WRITTEN

DECLARATION OF DEFAULT

AND DEMAND FOR SALE,

AND A WRITTEN NOTICE OF

DEFAULT AND ELECTION TO

SELL. THE UNDERSIGNED

CAUSED SAID NOTICE OF

DEFAULT AND ELECTION TO

SELL TO BE RECORDED IN

THE COUNTY WHERE THE

REAL PROPERTY IS LOCAT-

ED. REQUIREMENTS OF

SB1137 HAVE BEEN MET PUR-

SUANT TO THE NOTICE OF

SALE DECLARATION OF

RECORD. DATE: 1/24/2009

FIRST AMERICAN LOANSTAR

TRUSTEE SERVICES 3 FIRST

AMERICAN WAY SANTA ANA,

CA 92707 FIRST AMERICAN

LOANSTAR TRUSTEE

SERVICES MAY BE ACTING AS

A DEBT COLLECTOR

ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A

DEBT. ANY INFORMATION

OBTAINED WILL BE USED

FOR THAT PURPOSE.

ORIGINAL DOCUMENT

SIGNED BY AUTHORIZED

AGENT FOR TRUSTEE’S SALE

INFORMATION PLEASE CALL

(714) 573-1965 P518026 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7437

TRUSTEE SALE NO.:

20080134012200 TITLE ORDER

NO.: 20861537 FHA/VA/PMI NO.:

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE

YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER

A DEED OF TRUST, DATED

8/18/2006. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. NDEX WEST, LLC, AS

DULY APPOINTED TRUSTEE

UNDER AND PURSUANT TO

DEED OF TRUST RECORDED

ON 08/28/2006 AS

INSTRUMENT NO. 2006-

0612831 OF OFFICIAL

RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF

THE COUNTY RECORDER OF

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE

OF CALIFORNIA. EXECUTED

BY: ALAN R PHILBROOK, WILL

SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO

HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH,

CASHIER’S CHECK/CASH

EQUIVALENT OR OTHER

FORM OF PAYMENT AUTHOR-

IZED BY 2924H(B), (PAYABLE

AT TIME OF SALE IN LAWFUL

MONEY OF THE UNITED

STATES). DATE OF SALE:

2/19/2009 TIME OF SALE: 10:00

AM PLACE OF SALE: AT THE

ENTRANCE TO THE EAST

COUNTY REGIONAL CENTER

BY STATUE, 250 E. MAIN

STREET, EL CAJON, CA

STREET ADDRESS AND

OTHER COMMON DESIGNA-

TION, IF ANY, OF THE REAL

PROPERTY DESCRIBED

ABOVE IS PURPORTED TO BE:

1413 EASTVIEW COURT,

OCEANSIDE,CA 92056 APN#:

161-452-39 THE UNDERSIGNED

TRUSTEE DISCLAIMS ANY

LIABILITY FOR ANY INCOR-

RECTNESS OF THE STREET

ADDRESS AND OTHER COM-

MON DESIGNATION, IF ANY,

SHOWN HEREIN. SAID SALE

WILL BE MADE, BUT WITH-

OUT COVENANT OR WARRAN-

TY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,

REGARDING TITLE, POSSES-

SION, OR ENCUMBRANCES,

TO PAY THE REMAINING

PRINCIPAL SUM OF THE

NOTE(S) SECURED BY SAID

DEED OF TRUST, WITH INTER-

EST THEREON, AS PROVIDED

IN SAID NOTE(S), ADVANCES,

UNDER THE TERMS OF SAID

DEED OF TRUST, FEES,

CHARGES AND EXPENSES OF

THE TRUSTEE AND OF THE

TRUSTS CREATED BY SAID

DEED OF TRUST. THE TOTAL

AMOUNT OF THE UNPAID

BALANCE OF THE OBLIGA-

TION SECURED BY THE PROP-

ERTY TO BE SOLD AND REA-

SONABLE ESTIMATED COSTS,

EXPENSES AND ADVANCES

AT THE TIME OF THE INITIAL

PUBLICATION OF THE NOTICE

OF SALE IS $424,609.46. THE

BENEFICIARY UNDER SAID

DEED OF TRUST HERETO-

FORE EXECUTED AND DELIV-

ERED TO THE UNDERSIGNED

A WRITTEN DECLARATION OF

DEFAULT AND DEMAND FOR

SALE, AND A WRITTEN

NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND

ELECTION TO SELL. THE

UNDERSIGNED CAUSED SAID

NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND

ELECTION TO SELL TO BE

RECORDED IN THE COUNTY

WHERE THE REAL PROPERTY

IS LOCATED. FOR TRUSTEE

SALE INFORMATION PLEASE

CALL: PRIORITY POSTING &

PUBLICATION 17501 IRVINE

BLVD., SUITE ONE TUSTIN, CA

92780 714-573-1965 WWW.PRI-

ORITYPOSTING.COM NDEX

WEST, LLC AS AUTHORIZED

AGENT DATED: 1/29/2009

NDEX WEST, LLC MAY BE ACT-

ING AS A DEBT COLLECTOR

ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A

DEBT. ANY INFORMATION

OBTAINED WILL BE USED

FOR THAT PURPOSE. P519334

1/30, 2/6, 02/13/2009 CN 7436

TS # CA-08-206552-PJ Loan #

0031578883 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 8/10/2005.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in


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Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): NOELLE A. RIDE-

OUT, A SINGLE WOMAN.

Recorded: 8/15/2005 as

Instrument No. 2005-0698374 in

book XXX, page XXX of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/19/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $197,131.76

The purported property address

is: 5045 LOS MORROS WAY #84

OCEANSIDE, CA 92057

Assessors Parcel No. 157-040-51-

08 The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/25/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 Quality Loan Service, Corp.

If you have previously been dis-

charged through bankruptcy, you

may have been released of per-

sonal liability for this loan in

which case this letter is intend-

ed to exercise the note holder’s

rights against the real property

only. This notice is sent for the

purpose of collecting a debt. This

firm is attempting to collect a

debt on behalf of the holder and

owner of the note. Any informa-

tion obtained by or provided to

this firm or the creditor will be

used for that purpose. As

required by law, you are hereby

notified that a negative credit

report reflecting on your credit

record may be submitted to a

credit report agency if you fail

to fulfill the terms of your credit

obligations. P518799 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7435

Trustee Sale # CA0827282

Loan# 9041094756 Order #

3904001 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 11/10/2004.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 02/19/2009 at

10:00AM, MTC FINANCIAL

INC., dba TRUSTEE CORPS as

the duly appointed Substituted

Trustee under and pursuant to

Deed of Trust Recorded on

11/15/2004 as Document No.

2004-1080146 of official records

in the Office of the Recorder of

San Diego County, CALIFOR-

NIA, executed by, MARIA DE

JESUS RAMIREZ, A MARRIED

WOMAN AS HER SOLE AND

SEPARATE PROPERTY, as

Trustor, DOWNEY SAVINGS

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, F.A.,

as Beneficiary, WILL SELL AT

PUBLIC AUCTION TO THE

HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH

(payable at time of sale in lawful

money of the United States, by

cash a cashier's check drawn by

a state or national bank, a check

drawn by a state or federal cred-

it union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, savings association,

or savings bank specified in sec-

tion 5102 of the Financial Code

and authorized to do business in

this state). AT: THE

ENTRANCE TO THE EAST

COUNTY REGIONAL CENTER

BY STATUE 250 E. MAIN

STREET EL CAJON, CA The

property heretofore described is

being sold “as is”. All right, title

and interest conveyed to and

now held by it under said Deed

of Trust in the property situated

in said County and State

describing the land therein:

APN # 157-733-23 LOT 150 OF

GUAJOME MEADOWS, IN THE

CITY OF OCEANSIDE, COUN-

TY OF SAN DIEGO, STATE OF

CALIFORNIA, FRANCHISE

TAX BOARD, ACCORDING TO

MAP THEREOF NO. 12631,

FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY RECORDER OF SAN

DIEGO COUNTY ON MAY 2,

1990. The street address and

other common designation, if

any, of the real property

described above is purported to

be: 635 CREEKSIDE AVENUE,

OCEANSIDE, CA 92057 The

undersigned Trustee disclaims

any liability for any incorrect-

ness of the street address and

other common designation, if

any, shown herein. Said sale will

be made, but without covenant

or warranty, expressed or

implied, regarding title, posses-

sion, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the Note(s) secured by said

Deed of Trust, with interest

thereon, as provided in said

Note(s), advances, if any, under

the terms of the Deed of Trust,

estimated fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee and of

the trusts created by said Deed

of Trust. The total amount of the

unpaid balance of the obligation

secured by the property to be

sold and reasonable estimated

costs, expenses and advances at

the time of the initial publica-

tion of the Notice of Trustee’s

Sale is: $524,351.58 (estimated

amount). Accrued interest and

additional advances, if any, will

increase this figure prior to sale.

If the Trustee is unable to con-

vey title for any reason, the suc-

cessful bidder’s sole and exclu-

sive remedy shall be the return

of monies paid to the Trustee

and the successful bidder shall

have no further recourse. The

Beneficiary under said Deed of

Trust heretofore executed and

delivered to the undersigned a

written Declaration of Default

and Demand for Sale, and a writ-

ten Notice of Default and

Election to Sell. The under-

signed caused said Notice of

Default and Election to Sell to

be recorded in the County where

the real property is located and

more than three months have

elapsed since such recordation.

Compliance with California Civil

Code Section 2923.5: The

Beneficiary or Beneficiary’s

agent has indicated that the

requirements of California Civil

Code Section 2923.5 have been

meet. Dated: 01/30/2009 MTC

FINANCIAL INC. DBA

TRUSTEE CORPS, as Successor

Trustee By: CARLOS F QUEZA-

DA, TRUSTEE SALES OFFICER

*TRUSTEE CORPS* 2112 BUSI-

NESS CENTER DRIVE, 2ND

FLOOR, IRVINE, CA 92612

FOR SALE INFORMATION

CONTACT: (714)573-1965, (714)

573-7777, (949) 252-8300 FOR

REINSTATEMENT / PAY OFF

REQUESTS CONTACT: (949)

252-8300 P519446 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7434

TSG No.: 3878528 TS No.:

20089070807582 FHA/VA/PMI

No.: Notice Of Trustee's Sale

YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER

A DEED OF TRUST, DATED

5/24/2006 UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 2/19/2009 at 10:00

AM First American Loanstar

Trustee Services, as duly

appointed Trustee under and

pursuant to Deed of Trust

recorded 05/31/2006, as

Instrument No. 2006-0385299, in

book , page , of Official Records

in the office of the County

Recorder of San Diego County,

State of California. Executed by:

A.L. BREWER, SU CHIH BREW-

ER, will sell at public auction to

highest bidder for cash, cashier’s

check/cash equivalent or other

form of payment authorized by

2924h(b), (payable at time of

sale in lawful money of the

United States) At the entrance

to the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA All right,

title and interest conveyed to

and now held by it under said

Deed of Trust in the property sit-

uated in said County and State

described as: As more fully

described in the above men-

tioned Deed of Trust APN# 122-

530-29-00 The street address and

other common designation, if

any, of the real property

described above is purported to

be: 1014 GREENWAY RD ,

OCEANSIDE, CA 92057 The

undersigned Trustee disclaims

any liability for any incorrect-

ness of the street address and

other common designation, if

any, shown herein. Said sale will

be made, but without covenant

or warranty, expressed or

implied, regarding title, posses-

sion, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by said Deed

of Trust, with interest thereon,

as provided in said note(s),

advances, under the terms of

said Deed of Trust, fees, charges

and expenses of the Trustee and

of the trusts created by said

Deed of Trust. The total amount

of the unpaid balance of the

obligation secured by the prop-

erty to be sold and reasonable

estimated costs, expenses and

advances at the time of the ini-

tial publication of the Notice of

Sale is $668,413.40 The benefici-

ary under said Deed of Trust

heretofore executed and deliv-

ered to the undersigned a writ-

ten Declaration of Default and

Demand for Sale, and a written

Notice of Default and Election

to Sell. The undersigned caused

said Notice of Default and

Election to sell to be recorded in

the County where the real prop-

erty is located. Requirements of

SB1137 have been met pursuant

to the Notice of Sale Declaration

of record. Date: 1/25/2009 First

American LoanStar Trustee

Services 3 First American Way

Santa Ana, CA 92707 First

American Loanstar Trustee

Services may be acting as a debt

collector attempting to collect a

debt. Any information obtained

will be used for that purpose.

Original document signed by

Authorized Agent For Trustee’s

Sale Information Please Call

(714) 573-1965 P518084 1/30, 2/6,

02/13/2009 CN 7432

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

TS NO. 08-0072282 TITLE

ORDER NO. 08-8-268717

INVESTOR/INSURER NO.

124289698 APN NO. 258-400-03-

29 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT

UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,

DATED 10/28/2005. UNLESS

YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-

TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER." NOTICE IS HERE-

BY GIVEN THAT RECON-

TRUST COMPANY, AS DULY

APPOINTED TRUSTEE PUR-

SUANT TO THE DEED OF

TRUST EXECUTED BY

WILLIAM D. TIPTON, A MAR-

RIED MAN AS HIS SOLE AND

SEPARATE PROPERTY, DATED

10/28/2005 AND RECORDED

11/02/05, AS INSTRUMENT NO.

2005-0955129, IN BOOK , PAGE

15903), OF OFFICIAL

RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF

THE COUNTY RECORDER OF

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, STATE

OF CALIFORNIA, WILL SELL

ON 02/13/2009 AT 10:00AM, AT

THE SOUTH ENTRANCE TO

THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE,

220 WEST BROADWAY, SAN

DIEGO, CA. AT PUBLIC AUC-

TION, TO THE HIGHEST BID-

DER FOR CASH OR CHECK AS

DESCRIBED BELOW, PAYABLE

IN FULL AT TIME OF SALE,

ALL RIGHT, TITLE, AND

INTEREST CONVEYED TO

AND NOW HELD BY IT UNDER

SAID DEED OF TRUST, IN THE

PROPERTY SITUATED IN SAID

COUNTY AND STATE AND AS

MORE FULLY DESCRIBED IN

THE ABOVE REFERENCED

DEED OF TRUST. THE STREET

ADDRESS AND OTHER COM-

MON DESIGNATION, IF ANY,

OF THE REAL PROPERTY

DESCRIBED ABOVE IS PUR-

PORTED TO BE: 534 SUMMER

VIEW CIRCLE, ENCINITAS, CA,

92024. THE UNDERSIGNED

TRUSTEE DISCLAIMS ANY

LIABILITY FOR ANY INCOR-

RECTNESS OF THE STREET

ADDRESS AND OTHER COM-

MON DESIGNATION, IF ANY,

SHOWN HEREIN. THE TOTAL

AMOUNT OF THE UNPAID

BALANCE WITH INTEREST

THEREON OF THE OBLIGA-

TION SECURED BY THE PROP-

ERTY TO BE SOLD PLUS REA-

SONABLE ESTIMATED COSTS,

EXPENSES AND ADVANCES

AT THE TIME OF THE INITIAL

PUBLICATION OF THE NOTICE

OF SALE IS $395,865.86. IT IS

POSSIBLE THAT AT THE TIME

OF SALE THE OPENING BID

MAY BE LESS THAN THE

TOTAL INDEBTEDNESS DUE.

IN ADDITION TO CASH, THE

TRUSTEE WILL ACCEPT

CASHIER'S CHECKS DRAWN

ON A STATE OR NATIONAL

BANK, A CHECK DRAWN BY A

STATE OR FEDERAL CREDIT

UNION, OR A CHECK DRAWN

BY A STATE OR FEDERAL

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA-

TION, SAVINGS ASSOCIATION,

OR SAVINGS BANK SPECI-

FIED IN SECTION 5102 OF THE

FINANCIAL CODE AND

AUTHORIZED TO DO BUSI-

NESS IN THIS STATE. SAID

SALE WILL BE MADE, IN AN

''AS IS'' CONDITION, BUT

WITHOUT COVENANT OR

WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR

IMPLIED, REGARDING TITLE,

POSSESSION OR ENCUM-

BRANCES, TO SATISFY THE

INDEBTEDNESS SECURED BY

SAID DEED OF TRUST,

ADVANCES THEREUNDER,

WITH INTEREST AS PROVID-

ED, AND THE UNPAID PRINCI-

PAL OF THE NOTE SECURED

BY SAID DEED OF TRUST

WITH INTEREST THEREON AS

PROVIDED IN SAID NOTE,

PLUS FEES, CHARGES AND

EXPENSES OF THE TRUSTEE

AND OF THE TRUSTS CREAT-

ED BY SAID DEED OF TRUST.

DATED: 10/17/2008 RECON-

TRUST COMPANY 1800 TAPO

CANYON RD., SV2-202 SIMI

VALLEY, CA 93063 PHONE:

(800) 281 8219, SALE

INFORMATION (626) 927-4399

BY: TRUSTEE'S SALE OFFICER

RECONTRUST COMPANY IS A

DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPT-

ING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY

INFORMATION OBTAINED

WILL BE USED FOR THAT

PURPOSE. ASAP# 2972548

01/23/2009, 01/30/2009,

02/06/2009 CN 7428

APN: 150-263-07-00

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER

A DEED OF TRUST DATED

DECEMBER 14, 2005. UNLESS

YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-

TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that a portion of the real proper-

ty situated in San Diego County,

California, commonly known as

602 South Myers Street,

Oceanside, California, bearing

assessor's Parcel Number 150-

263-07-00, and legally described

as follows: Lot 1 in Block 6 of

Tyson's Addition, in the City of

Oceanside, County of San Diego,

State of California, according to

Map thereof No. 218, filed in the

Office of the County Recorder of

San Diego County, October 26,

1885. Excepting therefrom said

Lot 1 so much thereof that lies

within the 200 foot right of way

of California Southern Railroad

as shown of Map No. 313 filed in

the Office of the County

Recorder of San Diego County,

July 19, 1886 will be sold at pub-

lic auction at the front entrance

to the Superior Court of

California, County of San Diego,

North County Division, 325

South Melrose, Vista, California

on February 13, 2009, at 1:00

p.m., to the highest bidder for

cash, cashier's check drawn on a

state or national bank, check

drawn on a state or federal sav-

ings and loan association, sav-

ings association, or savings bank

specified in Financial Code sec-

tion 5102 and authorized to do

business in California, or other

designated cash equivalent. The

sale will made without covenant

or warranty regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to sat-

isfy the obligation secured by

the Deed of Trust executed by

602 INVESTMENT, INC., a

California corporation, as

Trustor, to SUNWEST BANK, as

Trustee, for the benefit and

security of SUNWEST BANK, as

beneficiary, dated December 14,

2005, and recorded on December

16, 2005, Document # 2005-

1082778, of official records in

the Office of Recorder of San

Diego County, California, in the

amount of $499,457.97

(Estimated) including the total

amount of the unpaid balance

and reasonably estimated costs,

expenses, interest thereon,

penalties, advances, if any under

the terms of the Deed of Trust at

the time of initial publication of

this notice. Accrued interest

and additional advances, if any,

will increase this figure prior to

sale. Notice of default and elec-

tion to sell the described real

property under the deed of trust

was recorded on October 14,

2008, as Instrument No. 2008-

0536865 of the Official Records

of San Diego County, California

Dated: January 16, 2009

Sunwest Bank

By: Lambert & Rogers,

a Professional Law

Corporation, its

agent

By: Vanessa M. Jamoo,

Esq., for the firm of

Lambert & Rogers,

APLC

Trustee:

Sunwest Bank

17542 East 17th Street

Suite 200

Tustin, CA 92780

(714) 730-4400

01/23,01/30, 02/06/09 CN 7425

T.S No. 08-1659-11 Loan No.

100122506-SAVINA Notice of

Trustee’s Sale YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 12/19/2005.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction to

sell the highest bidder for cash a

cashier’s check drawn by a state

or national bank, a check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, savings association,

or savings bank specified in sec-

tion 5102 of the Financial Code

and authorized to do business in

this state will be held by the

duly appointed trustee as shown

below, of all right, title, and

interest conveyed to and now

held by the trustee in the here-

inafter described property under

and pursuant to a deed to trust

described below. The sale will be

made, but without covenant or

warranty, expressed or implied,

regarding title, possession, or

encumbrances, to pay the

remaining principal sum of the

note(s) secured by the Deed of

Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the notice

of sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor: Diana Savina, a sin-

gle woman Duly Appointed

Trustee: The Wolf Firm, A Law

Corporation recorded 12/23/2005

as instrument No. 2005-1101703,

in Book ---, Page --- of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California, Date of Sale:

2/13/2009 at 10:00AM. Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $457,709.61,

estimated. Street Address or

other common designation of

real property: 627 Boysenberry

Way , Oceanside, CA 92057.

A.P.N.: 157-654-02. The under-

signed Trustee disclaims any lia-

bility for any incorrectness of

the street address or other com-

mon designation, if any, shown

above. If no street address or

other common designation is

shown, directions to the location

of the property may be obtained

by sending a written request to

the beneficiary within 10 days of

the date of first publication of

this Notice of Sale. Date:

1/17/2009 The Wolf Firm, A Law

Corporation 38 Corporate Park

Irvine, CA 92606 (949) 720-9200

Foreclosure Dept. Fax (949) 608-

0130 Sale Information Only

(714) 573-1965 Brenda Del Real,

Foreclosure Officer P522228

1/23, 1/30, 02/06/2009 CN 7418

Loan No. 6760/CORLEY RESS

Order No. 73147 A.P. Number

165-260-33 Notice of Trustee’s

Sale Under Deed of Trust YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST, DATED

January 31, 2008, UNLESS YOU

TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT

YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE

SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF

YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION

OF THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. Notice is hereby

given, that on 2/13/2009, at 10:00

AM of said day, At the entrance

to the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA, RESS

Financial Corporation, a

California Corporation, as duly

appointed Trustee under and

pursuant to the power of sale

conferred in that certain Deed

of Trust executed by Chris

Corley and Elizabeth Corley,

husband and wife as joint ten-

ants recorded on 02/06/2008, in

Book n/a of Official Records of

San Diego County, at page n/a,

Recorder’s Instrument No. 2008-

0058822, by reason of a breach

or default in payment or per-

formance of the obligations

secured thereby, including that

breach or default, Notice of

which was recorded 10/3/2008 as

Recorder’s Instrument No. 2008-

0521767, in Book n/a, at Page

n/a, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC

AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST

BIDDER FOR CASH, lawful

money of the United States, evi-

denced by a Cashier’s Check

drawn on a state or national

bank, or the equivalent thereof

drawn on any other financial

institution specified in section

5102 of the California Financial

Code, authorized to do business

in the State of California, ALL

PAYABLE AT THE TIME OF

SALE, all right, title and interest

held by it as Trustee, in that real

property situated in said County

and State, described as follows:

Lot 9, Block A, per map no. 5336,

Filed January 30, 1964. The

street address or other common

designation of the real property

hereinabove described is pur-

ported to be: 3219 Valley Glen

Drive, Oceanside CA. The

undersigned disclaims all liabili-

ty for any incorrectness in said

street address or other common

designation. Said sale will be

made without warranty, express

or implied regarding title, pos-

session, or other encumbrances,

to satisfy the unpaid obligations

secured by said Deed of Trust,

with interest and other sums as

provided therein; plus advances,

if any, thereunder and interest

thereon; and plus fees, charges,

and expenses of the Trustee and

of the trusts created by said

Deed of Trust. The total amount

of said obligations at the time of

initial publication of this Notice

is $83,276.50 Dated: 1/14/2009

RESS Financial Corporation, a

California corporation, as

Trustee By: Bruce R. Beasley,

President 1780 Town and

Country Drive, Suite 105, Norco,

CA 92860-3618 (seal) Tel.: (951)

270-0164 or (800) 343-7377 Fax:

(951) 270-2673 Trustee’s Sale

Information: (714) 573-1965

P521941 1/23, 1/30, 02/06/2009

CN 7417

TS # CA-07-120122-MO Loan #

0019629278 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 4/11/2007.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): DONALD B. ICEN-

HOUR AND SYLVIA G. ICEN-

HOUR, HUSBAND AND WIFE,

AS JOINT TENANTS Recorded:

4/23/2007 as Instrument No.

2007-0272265 in book xxx, page

xxx of Official Records in the

Office of the Recorder of San

Diego County, California; Date

of Sale: 2/13/2009 at 10:00 AM

Place of Sale: At the entrance to

the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA Amount of

unpaid balance and other

charges: $671,172.15 The pur-

ported property address is: 1038

EVERGREEN DR ENCINITAS,

CA 92024 Assessors Parcel No.

259-270-24 The undersigned

Trustee disclaims any liability

for any incorrectness of the

property address or other com-

mon designation, if any, shown

herein. If no street address or

other common designation is

shown, directions to the location

of the property may be obtained

by sending a written request to

the beneficiary within 10 days of

the date of first publication of

this Notice of Sale. Pursuant to

California Civil Code §2923.5

(c), the beneficiary or authorized

agent declares as follows: See

the attached Declaration marked

as Exhibit A, attached hereto

and made a part hereof by this

reference. If the Trustee is

unable to convey title for any

reason, the successful bidder’s

sole and exclusive remedy shall

be the return of monies paid to

the Trustee, and the successful

bidder shall have no further

recourse. Date: 1/15/2009 Quality

Loan Service Corp. 2141 5th

Avenue San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 645-7711 For NON SALE

information only Sale Line: (714)

573-1965 or Login to: www.priori-

typosting.com Reinstatement

Line: (619) 645-7711 Quality

Loan Service, Corp. If you have

previously been discharged

through bankruptcy, you may

have been released of personal

liability for this loan in which

case this letter is intended to

exercise the note holder’s rights

against the real property only.

This notice is sent for the pur-

pose of collecting a debt. This

firm is attempting to collect a

debt on behalf of the holder and

owner of the note. Any informa-

tion obtained by or provided to

this firm or the creditor will be

used for that purpose. As

required by law, you are hereby

notified that a negative credit

report reflecting on your credit

record may be submitted to a

credit report agency if you fail

to fulfill the terms of your credit

obligations. P522030 1/23, 1/30,

02/06/2009 CN 7416

T.S. No. 9660

Loan No. 0187160

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER

A DEED OF TRUST DATED

7/5/2005. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier's check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state will be held by

the duly appointed trustee as

shown below, of all right, title,

and interest conveyed to and

now held by the trustee in the

hereinafter described property

under and pursuant to a Deed of

Trust described below. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor:

VIOLET L. JAMIESON, an

unmarried woman. Duly

Appointed Trustee: Law Offices

of Les Zieve Deed of Trust

recorded 7/8/2005 as Instrument

No. 2005-0578966 in book , page

-- of Official Records in the

office of the Recorder of San

Diego County, California, Date

of Sale: 2/13/2009 at 10:00 AM

Place of Sale: AT THE SOUTH

ENTRANCE TO THE COUNTY

COURTHOUSE LOCATED AT:

220 WEST BROADWAY, SAN

DIEGO, CALIFORNIA Amount

of unpaid balance and other

charges: $213,988.48 Note:

Because the Beneficiary reserves

the right to bid less than the

total debt owed, it is possible

that at the time of the sale the

opening bid may be less than the

total debt owed. Street Address

or other common designation of

real property: 432 Edgehill

Lane #163 Oceanside, California

92054-8708 A.P.N #.: 162-030-76-

15 The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the street address or

other common designation, if

any, shown above. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale.

Dated: January 14, 2009

LAW OFFICES OF LES ZIEVE,

as Trustee, 18377 Beach Blvd.,

Suite 210

Huntington Beach, CA 92648

Automated Sale Information

Line: 818-487-8009 or

www.elitepostandpub.com

For Non-Automated Sale

Information, call: 714-848-9272

Gaby Ospino, Trustee Sale

Officer

THIS FIRM IS ATTEMPTING TO

COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY

INFORMATION WE OBTAINED

WILL BE USED FOR THAT

PURPOSE. EPP 2585. 1/23, 1/30,

2/6/2009.

CN 7415

TS # CA-07-80605-NF Loan #

0021463377 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 4/27/2006.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-

est thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): ZINA HARRIS, AN

UNMARRIED WOMAN

Recorded: 05/03/2006 as

Instrument No. 2006-0313116 in

book xxx, page xxx of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/13/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $437,098.48

The purported property address

is: 4180 TERRY ST OCEAN-

SIDE, CA 92056 Assessors Parcel

No. 162-343-14-00 The under-

signed Trustee disclaims any lia-

bility for any incorrectness of

the property address or other

common designation, if any,

shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale.

Pursuant to California Civil

Code §2923.5 (c), the beneficiary

or authorized agent declares as

follows: See the attached

Declaration marked as Exhibit

A, attached hereto and made a

part hereof by this reference. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/12/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 Quality Loan Service,

Corp., If you have previously

been discharged through bank-

ruptcy, you may have been

released of personal liability for

this loan in which case this let-

ter is intended to exercise the

note holder’s rights against the

real property only. This notice is

sent for the purpose of collect-

ing a debt. This firm is attempt-

ing to collect a debt on behalf of

the holder and owner of the

note. Any information obtained

by or provided to this firm or the

creditor will be used for that

purpose. As required by law, you

are hereby notified that a nega-

tive credit report reflecting on

your credit record may be sub-

mitted to a credit report agency

if you fail to fulfill the terms of

your credit obligations. P520786

1/23, 1/30, 02/06/2009 CN 7414

Trustee Sale No. F02-

16051/CTC#3 Loan No. DEN

HERDER-SEE TRUST/SEE

TRUST APN 299-242-04-06

Notice of Trustee's Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

7/1/2005. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. Chicago Title

Company, a California

Corporation as the duly appoint-


JAN. 30, 2009

Legals 800

ed Trustee under and pursuant

to Deed of Trust Executed by:

James See and Jennifer S. See,

Trustee of the See Family Trust

Dated June 15, 1999 as Trustor,

Jani Mae Den Herder, a single

woman, as Beneficiary, Recorded

on 08/03/2005 as Document

Number 2005-0659036 of official

records in the office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California, and pursuant to the

Notice of Default and Election

to Sell there under recorded

Recorded on 10/08/2008, as

Instrument # 2008-0529201 of

said Official Records. Will Sell

By Public Auction to the highest

bidder for cash On 2/17/2009 at

10:00 AM At the entrance to the

East County Regional Center by

statue, 250 E. Main Street, El

Cajon, CA. (Payable at time of

sale in lawful money of the

United States, by cash, a

cashier’s check drawn by a state

or national bank, a check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, savings association,

or savings bank), all right, title

and interest conveyed to and

now held by it under said Deed

of Trust in the property situated

in said County and State hereinafter

described as more fully

described in said Deed of Trust

The property heretofore

described is being sold “as is”.

The street address and other

common designation, if any, of

the real property described

above is purported to be: 1400

Ocean Avenue, Del Mar, CA

92014. The undersigned Trustee

disclaims any liability for any

incorrectness of the street

address and other common designation,

if any, shown herein.

Said sale will be made, but without

covenant or warranty,

expressed or implied, regarding

title, possession, or encumbrances,

to pay the remaining

principal sum of the note(s)

secured by said Deed of Trust,

with interest thereon, as provided

in said note(s), advances, if

any, under the terms of the Deed

of Trust, estimated fees, charges

and expenses of the Trustee and

of the trusts created by said

Deed of Trust, to-wit is estimated

at $11,059.86 Accrued interest

and additional advances, if any,

may increase this figure prior to

sale. The beneficiary under said

Deed of Trust heretofore executed

and delivered to the undersigned

a written Declaration of

Default and Demand for Sale,

and a written Notice of Default

and Election to Sell. The undersigned

caused said Notice of

Default and Election to Sell to

be recorded in the county where

the real property is located and

more than three months have

elapsed since such recordation.

Date: 1/12/2009 Chicago Title

Company Timeshare Division

316 West Mission Ave. # 123

Escondido, CA 92025 (760) 233-

3061 By: Lori R. Abbey,

Authorized Signor P521487, 1/23,

1/30, 02/06/2009 CN 7413

TS# 006-003675 Order #

30150951 Loan # 41148909

Notice of Trustee’s Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

4/18/2005. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings association,

or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do business

in this state will be held by

the duly appointed trustee. The

sale will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, possession,

or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, interest

thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor(s): Angelica P

Flores, a single woman

Recorded: 04/27/2005 as

Instrument No. 2005-0353854 in

book , page 29628 of Official

Records in the office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/13/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by statue,

250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $410,381.95

The purported property address

is: 709 Fredricks Avenue

Oceanside, CA 92054 Legal

Description As more fully

described in said Deed of Trust

Assessors Parcel No. 158-302-10

The undersigned Trustee disclaims

any liability for any incorrectness

of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common designation

is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publication

of this Notice of Sale. If

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the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the successful

bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/7/2009 LandAmerica Default

Services Jessica De La O,

Foreclosure Coordinator Post

Office Box 5899 6 Executive

Circle Irvine, CA 92616 (949)

885-4500 Sale Line: 714-573-1965

Reinstatement Line: 949-885-

4500 To request

reinstatement/and or payoff FAX

request to: (949) 885-4496 This

office is attempting to collect a

debt and any information

obtained will be used for that

purpose. Borrower Name:

Angelica P Flores Property

Address: 709 Fredricks Avenue

Oceanside, CA 92054 DECLARA-

TION OF COMPLIANCE

(California Civil Code Section

2923.5(c)) The undersigned mortgagee,

beneficiary or authorized

agent hereby declares under

penalty of perjury, under the

laws of the State of California,

as follows: [ ] The mortgagee,

beneficiary or authorized agent

contacted the borrower to discuss

the borrower’s financial situation

and to explore options for

the borrower to avoid foreclosure

in compliance with Cal. Civ.

Code Section 2923.5. [X] The

mortgagee, beneficiary or

authorized agent tried with due

diligence but has been unable to

contact the borrower to discuss

the borrower’s financial situation

and to explore options for

the borrower to avoid foreclosure

as required by Cal. Civ.

Code Section 2923.5. The following

efforts were made: [ ] Sent

letter by first class mail with toll

free number to HUD-certified

housing counseling agency. [X]

Attempted to contact borrower

by phone at least three times at

different hours and on different

days unless the borrower’s primary

and secondary phone numbers

were disconnected. [ ] At

least two weeks after attempting

telephone contacts, sent letter

by certified mail, return receipt

requested that included toll free

number to HUD-certified housing

counseling agency. [ ] The

mortgagee, beneficiary or

authorized agent was not

required to comply with Cal. Civ.

Code Section 2923.5 because: [ ]

The real property is not an

owner-occupied single family

residence. [ ] The loan was not

originated between January 1,

2003 and December 31, 2007. [ ]

The borrower has surrendered

the property as evidenced by

either a letter confirming the

surrender of delivery of the keys

to the property to the mortgagee,

trustee, beneficiary or

authorized agent. [ ] The borrower

has contracted with someone

whose primary business is advising

people who have decided to

leave their homes on how to

extend the foreclosure process

and avoid their loan obligations.

[ ] The borrower has filed for

bankruptcy, and the proceedings

CALENDAR

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have not yet been finalized.

Date: 12/12/2008 Litton Loan

Servicing, LP By: Thomas Smith

Attachment to Notice of

Trustee’s Sale Foreclosure

Attorney: Land America Default

Services P519751 1/23, 1/30,

02/06/2009 CN 7411

TS# 006-002861 Order #

30139835 Loan # 41032400

Notice of Trustee’s Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

7/26/2005. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings association,

or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do business

in this state will be held by

the duly appointed trustee. The

sale will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, possession,

or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, interest

thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. Trustor(s): William Frank

Sieve II, a single man Recorded:

07/29/2005 as Instrument No.

2005-0648947 in book , page

29701 of Official Records in the

office of the Recorder of San

Diego County, California; Date

of Sale: 2/13/2009 at 10:00 AM

Place of Sale: At the entrance to

the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA Amount of

unpaid balance and other

charges: $608,893.41 The purported

property address is: 550

Wala Drive Oceanside, CA

92054 Legal Description As

more fully described in above

mentioned Deed of Trust

Assessors Parcel No. 146-360-34-

00 The undersigned Trustee disclaims

any liability for any incorrectness

of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common designation

is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publication

of this Notice of Sale. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the successful

bidder’s sole and exclusive

p.m. Feb. 1, Encinitas Library

Community Room, 540 Cornish Drive,

Encinitas. Sprague has played with Art

Pepper, Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke,

Joe Pass, Sergio Mendez, and Charlie

Haden. Call (760) 753-7376 for details.

SEW IT UP The Oceanside Museum of

Art will host a family-oriented art day

from 1to 4 p.m. Feb. 1, Oceanside

Museum of Art, 704 Pier View Way,

Oceanside. Guests can create a unique

hand made art quilt with a variety of

fabrics and materials inspired by the

current “Quilt Visions” exhibition. No

sewing experience is needed. Call the

Museum at (760) 721-2787 to learn

more.

FEBRUARY 2

KEEP IT DOWN AARP San Dieguito

Chapter 239 Encinitas will present a

silent auction fundraiser at its general

meeting at 1 p.m. Feb. 2, Encinitas

Senior Center, 1140 Oak Crest Park

Drive, Encinitas. Bring a “white elephant”

for this auction. Call Bob at

(858) 755-5011 to learn more.

FEBRUARY 3

HAVE A HEART North Coastal

Womenheart welcomes women with

concerns and challenges about cardiac

health to share information and sisterhood

at their monthly meeting at 10:15

a.m. Feb. 3, 1950 Calle Barcelona,

Carlsbad. Call Marilyn Deak at (760)

438-589 to learn more.

FEBRUARY 4

DIGESTION SEMINAR A seminar

on helping digestion problems such as

bloating, heartburn, gas, pain, IBS and

Colitis will be offered at 7 p.m. Feb. 4,

San Diego County Credit Union

Community Room, 501 N. El Camino

Real, Encinitas. The workshop will dis-

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remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/8/2009 LandAmerica OneStop

Inc., as successor in interest by

merger to LandAmerica Default

Services Inc. Selena Torres,

Trustee Sale Officer Post Office

Box 5899 6 Executive Circle

Irvine, CA 92616 (949) 885-4500

Sale Line: Reinstatement Line:

949-885-4500 To request reinstatement/and

or payoff FAX

request to: (949) 885-4496 This

office is attempting to collect a

debt and any information

obtained will be used for that

purpose. Borrower Name:

William Sieve Property Address:

550 Wala Drive Oceanside, CA

92054 DECLARATION OF COM-

PLIANCE (California Civil Code

Section 2923.5(c)) The undersigned

mortgagee, beneficiary or

authorized agent hereby

declares under penalty of perjury,

under the laws of the State

of California, as follows: [] The

mortgagee, beneficiary or

authorized agent contacted the

borrower to discuss the borrower’s

financial situation and to

explore options for the borrower

to avoid foreclosure in compliance

with Cal. Civ. Code Section

2923.5. [x] The mortgagee, beneficiary

or authorized agent tried

with due diligence but has been

unable to contact the borrower

to discuss the borrower’s financial

situation and to explore

options for the borrower to avoid

foreclosure as required b Cal.

Civ. Code Section 2923.5 The following

efforts were made: []

Sent letter by first class mail

with toll free number to HUDcertified

housing counseling

agency. [x] Attempted to contact

borrower by phone at least three

times at different hours and on

different days unless the borrower’s

primary and secondary

phone numbers were disconnected.

[] At least two weeks after

attempting telephone contacts,

sent letter by certified mail,

return receipt requested that

included toll free number to

HUD-certified housing counseling

agency. [] The mortgagee,

beneficiary or authorized agent

was not required to comply with

Cal. Civ. Code Section 2923.5

because: [] The real property is

not an owner-occupied single

family residence. [] The loan was

not originated between January

1, 2003 and December 31, 2007.

[] The borrower has surrendered

the property as evidenced by

either a letter confirming the

surrender or delivery of the keys

to the property to the mortgagee,

trustee, beneficiary or

authorized agent. [] The borrower

has contracted with someone

whose primary business is advising

people who have decided to

leave their homes on how to

extend the foreclosure process

and avoid their loan obligations.

[] The borrower has filed for

bankruptcy, and the proceedings

have not yet been finalized.

Litton Loan Servicing LP Date:

12/12/2008 By: Thomas Smith

cuss naturally improving your digestion

and immune system using detoxification,

nutrition, enzyme therapy and

digestion/allergy treatments. RSVP at

(760) 942-8100.

FRIENDLY LIBRARY Kamau

Kenyatta and his trio will perform original

music and jazz standards at 6:30

p.m. Feb. 4, Cardiff- by-the-Sea Library

Community Room, 2081 Newcastle

Avenue, Cardiff-by-the-Sea. This performance

is part of the Friends of the

Cardiff Library’s First Wednesday programs.

Call (760) 635-1000 to learn

more.

GROW A ROSE Kathy Reed, president

of the Del Mar Rose Society, will

present “How to Grow Beautiful Roses”

at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 4, Encinitas Library,

540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas. Reed will

provide easy-to-follow guidelines geared

to both novice and experienced rose

growers. Call the Library at (760) 753-

7376 to learn more.

IN FOCUS Documentary film producers

Christopher Sprinkle and Robert

Greenwald will discuss film as a way of

informing the public about critical

issues and inspiring change at 4 p.m.

Feb. 4, Cal State San Marcos campus,

Markstein Hall, Room 125, 333 S. Twin

Oaks Valley Road, San Marcos. The producers

will focus specifically on “This

Brave Nation.” Visit

http://www.csusm.edu/guide to learn

more.

STILL RUNNINGThe Palomar Model

A Ford Club will hold a meeting at 7

p.m. Feb. 4, Palomar Estates East

Clubhouse, 650 S. Rancho Santa Fe

Road, San Marcos. Anyone interested in

the Model A Ford is invited to attend.

For details, contact Linda Thamer at

(760) 729-5449 or by e-mail at

thamer1@sbcglobal.net.

FEBRUARY 5

ON A JOURNEY Join artist Toni

Williams in her journey to capture the

subtle nuances of the color, tone and

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P520237 1/23, 1/30, 02/06/2009

CN 7404

TSG No.: 3690811 TS No.:

20089070802608 FHA/VA/PMI

No.: Notice Of Trustee's Sale

YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER

A DEED OF TRUST, DATED

8/3/2006 UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 2/13/2009 at 10:00

AM First American Loanstar

Trustee Services, as duly

appointed Trustee under and

pursuant to Deed of Trust

recorded 08/29/2006, as

Instrument No. 2006-0614013, in

book , page , of Official Records

in the office of the County

Recorder of San Diego County,

State of California. Executed by:

SYDNEY F. BOWERS, will sell

at public auction to highest bidder

for cash, cashier’s check/cash

equivalent or other form of payment

authorized by 2924h(b),

(payable at time of sale in lawful

money of the United States) At

the entrance to the East County

Regional Center by statue, 250

E. Main Street, El Cajon, CA All

right, title and interest conveyed

to and now held by it under said

Deed of Trust in the property situated

in said County and State

described as: As more fully

described in the above mentioned

Deed of Trust APN# 159-

033-42 The street address and

other common designation, if

any, of the real property

described above is purported to

be: 5194 ALAMOSA PARK

DRIVE , OCEANSIDE, CA 92057

The undersigned Trustee disclaims

any liability for any incorrectness

of the street address

and other common designation,

if any, shown herein. Said sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, possession,

or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by said Deed

of Trust, with interest thereon,

as provided in said note(s),

advances, under the terms of

said Deed of Trust, fees, charges

and expenses of the Trustee and

of the trusts created by said

Deed of Trust. The total amount

of the unpaid balance of the

obligation secured by the property

to be sold and reasonable

estimated costs, expenses and

advances at the time of the initial

publication of the Notice of

Sale is $689,931.34 The beneficiary

under said Deed of Trust

heretofore executed and delivered

to the undersigned a written

Declaration of Default and

Demand for Sale, and a written

Notice of Default and Election

to Sell. The undersigned caused

said Notice of Default and

Election to sell to be recorded in

the County where the real property

is located. Requirements of

SB1137 have been met pursuant

imagery of the Southern California

landscape from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Feb. 5,

Ecke Building, Quail Botanical Gardens,

230 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas.

Visit www. ToniWilliamsArt.com to

learn more.

FEBRUARY 6

FEELING BUZZED The Carlsbad

Garden Club will present “Buzz on the

Bees” at 1 p.m. Feb. 6, Heritage Hall,

Magee Park, 2650 Garfield Street,

Carlsbad. Beekeeper Diane Busch will

discuss why bees are vital to every garden.

Visit carlsbadgardenclub@hotmail.com

or call (760) 845-6339 to learn

more.

GREEN THUMBS The Vista Garden

Club will meet at noon Feb. 6, Gloria

McClellan Senior Center, 1400 Vale

Terrace Court,Vista. Marilyn Stevenson

from The San Diego Bonsai Society will

demonstrate how to create a bonsai

plant and will also give a presentation

on the new Bonsai house at the San

Diego Wild Animal Park. Call (760) 598-

8186 for details.

HONEST ABE LIFE at Mira Costa

College will meet at 1 p.m. Feb. 6,

MiraCosta College, Administration

Building, Room 1068, 1 Barnard Drive,

Oceanside. In commemoration of the

Lincoln Bicentennial, Dr. Linda Dudik,

Palomar College professor, will talk

about Abraham Lincoln’s personal characteristics,

both public and private,

which shaped his presidency. Call (760)

721-8124 to learn more.

FEBRUARY 7

ADOPTION 101 Family Connections

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to the Notice of Sale Declaration

of record. Date: 1/23/2009 First

American LoanStar Trustee

Services 3 First American Way

Santa Ana, CA 92707 First

American Loanstar Trustee

Services may be acting as a debt

collector attempting to collect a

debt. Any information obtained

will be used for that purpose.

Original document signed by

Authorized Agent For Trustee’s

Sale Information Please Call

(714) 573-1965 P517656 1/23,

1/30, 02/06/2009 CN 7403

TS # CA-08-205213-CL Loan #

0021501481 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 1/24/2006.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings association,

or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do business

in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, possession,

or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, interest

thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): CYNTHIA ANNE

TORREZ, A MARRIED

WOMAN, AS HER SOLE AND

SEPARATE PROPERTY

Recorded: 02/06/2006 as

Instrument No. 2006-0085303 in

book xxx, page xxx of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/13/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by statue,

250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $471,082.40

The purported property address

is: 975 QUAIL KNOLL RD

FALLBROOK, CA 92028

Assessors Parcel No. 123-011-10

The undersigned Trustee disclaims

any liability for any incorrectness

of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

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address or other common designation

is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publication

of this Notice of Sale. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the successful

bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/18/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

Sale Line: (714) 573-1965 or

Login to:

www.priorityposting.com

Reinstatement Line: (619) 645-

7711 IDS, If you have previously

been discharged through bankruptcy,

you may have been

released of personal liability for

this loan in which case this letter

is intended to exercise the

note holder’s rights against the

real property only. This notice is

sent for the purpose of collecting

a debt. This firm is attempting

to collect a debt on behalf of

the holder and owner of the

note. Any information obtained

by or provided to this firm or the

creditor will be used for that

purpose. As required by law, you

are hereby notified that a negative

credit report reflecting on

your credit record may be submitted

to a credit report agency

if you fail to fulfill the terms of

your credit obligations. P516621

1/23, 1/30, 02/06/2009 CN 7402

TS # CA-08-181870-SH Loan #

0021593595 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 10/14/2005.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings association,

or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do business

in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, possession,

or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by the Deed

of Trust, with interest and late

charges thereon, as provided in

the note(s), advances, under the

terms of the Deed of Trust, interest

thereon, fees, charges and

expenses of the Trustee for the

total amount (at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale) reasonably estimated to

Christian Adoptions will host an information

session from 9 to 11 a.m. Feb. 7,

2191 N. El Camino Real, Suite 202,

Oceanside. The group will discuss the

benefits of adoption. Visit www.fcadoptions.org

or call (760) 966-0531 to learn

more.

WORTH SOMETHING The city of

San Marcos will present its 7th annual

antique sale and appraisal “Family

Heirlooms and Attic Treasures” from 10

a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 7, San Marcos

Community Center, 3 Civic Center

Drive, San Marcos. Vendors will sell a

variety of antiques and collectibles

including pottery, linens, books, household

items, furniture and more.

Appraisals will be held from noon to 4

p.m.Visit www.san-marcos.net for a vendor

application or call (760) 744-9000 to

make an appraisal appointment.

ONGOING

IT TAKES TWO A six-week tango class

series began Jan. 22 and runs through

Feb. 26 Thursday nights at 8 p.m.,

Performing Arts Workshop, 1105 Second

St., Encinitas. Christopher Mazza will

lead the class. Partners are welcome,

but not necessary. For details, call the

Patricia Rincon Dance Collective at

(760) 632-5340, or visit www.rincondance.org/classes.html.

SUPPORT GROUP GriefShare, a

recovery seminar and support group,

will meet every Sunday morning from

10 a.m. to noon Jan. 11 through April 19,

Horizon Christian Fellowship, 6365 El

Apajo Road, Rancho Santa Fe.

GriefShare features nationally recognized

experts on grief and recovery topics.

Call Gary McCartie at (858) 756-

5599 or visit www.horizon.org for info.

To submit your Community Calendar item,

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be set forth below. The amount

may be greater on the day of

sale. BENEFICIARY MAY

ELECT TO BID LESS THAN

THE TOTAL AMOUNT DUE.

Trustor(s): ARMANDO EDNALI-

NO, JR. AND LOLITA I. SAN

ANTONIO EDNALINO, HUS-

BAND AND WIFE AS JOINT

TENANTS Recorded: 10/31/2005

as Instrument No. 2005-0945329

in book xxx, page xxx of Official

Records in the Office of the

Recorder of San Diego County,

California; Date of Sale:

2/13/2009 at 10:00 AM Place of

Sale: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA Amount of unpaid balance

and other charges: $530,464.78

The purported property address

is: 5235 SILVER BLUFF DR

OCEANSIDE, CA 92057

Assessors Parcel No. 159-312-45

The undersigned Trustee dis-

claims any liability for any incor-

rectness of the property address

or other common designation, if

any, shown herein. If no street

address or other common desig-

nation is shown, directions to the

location of the property may be

obtained by sending a written

request to the beneficiary within

10 days of the date of first publi-

cation of this Notice of Sale.

Pursuant to California Civil

Code §2923.5 (c), the beneficiary

or authorized agent declares as

follows: See the attached

Declaration marked as Exhibit

A, attached hereto and made a

part hereof by this reference. If

the Trustee is unable to convey

title for any reason, the success-

ful bidder’s sole and exclusive

remedy shall be the return of

monies paid to the Trustee, and

the successful bidder shall have

no further recourse. Date:

1/12/2009 Quality Loan Service

Corp. 2141 5th Avenue San

Diego, CA 92101 (619) 645-7711

For NON SALE information only

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7711 Quality Loan Service,

Corp., If you have previously

been discharged through bank-

ruptcy, you may have been

released of personal liability for

this loan in which case this let-

ter is intended to exercise the

note holder’s rights against the

real property only. This notice is

sent for the purpose of collect-

ing a debt. This firm is attempt-

ing to collect a debt on behalf of

the holder and owner of the

note. Any information obtained

by or provided to this firm or the

creditor will be used for that

purpose. As required by law, you

are hereby notified that a nega-

tive credit report reflecting on

your credit record may be sub-

mitted to a credit report agency

if you fail to fulfill the terms of

your credit obligations. P520510

1/23, 1/30, 02/06/2009 CN 7401

TSG No.: 3890902 TS No.:

20089019205178 FHA/VA/PMI

No.: Notice Of Trustee's Sale

YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER

A DEED OF TRUST, DATED

1/30/2006 UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 2/13/2009 at 10:00

AM First American Loanstar

Trustee Services, as duly

appointed Trustee under and

pursuant to Deed of Trust

recorded 01/31/2006, as

Instrument No. 2006-0072664, in

book , page , of Official Records

in the office of the County

Recorder of San Diego County,

State of California. Executed by:

CARMELO MOZO, PROCULO

MOZO, MELECIO MOZO, will

sell at public auction to highest

bidder for cash, cashier’s

check/cash equivalent or other

form of payment authorized by

2924h(b), (payable at time of

sale in lawful money of the

United States) At the entrance

to the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA All right,

title and interest conveyed to

and now held by it under said

Deed of Trust in the property sit-

uated in said County and State

described as: As more fully

described in the above men-

tioned Deed of Trust APN# 259-

452-05-00 The street address and

other common designation, if

any, of the real property

described above is purported to

be: 319 SPRUCEWOOD DR ,

ENCINITAS, CA 92024 The

undersigned Trustee disclaims

any liability for any incorrect-

ness of the street address and

other common designation, if

any, shown herein. Said sale will

be made, but without covenant

or warranty, expressed or

implied, regarding title, posses-

sion, or encumbrances, to pay

the remaining principal sum of

the note(s) secured by said Deed

of Trust, with interest thereon,

as provided in said note(s),

advances, under the terms of

said Deed of Trust, fees, charges

and expenses of the Trustee and

of the trusts created by said

Deed of Trust. The total amount

of the unpaid balance of the

obligation secured by the prop-

erty to be sold and reasonable

estimated costs, expenses and

advances at the time of the ini-

tial publication of the Notice of

Sale is $678,306.03 The benefici-

ary under said Deed of Trust

heretofore executed and deliv-

ered to the undersigned a writ-

ten Declaration of Default and

Demand for Sale, and a written

Notice of Default and Election

to Sell. The undersigned caused

said Notice of Default and

Election to sell to be recorded in

the County where the real prop-

erty is located. Requirements of

SB1137 have been met pursuant

to the Notice of Sale Declaration

of record. Date: 1/17/2009 First

American LoanStar Trustee

Services 3 First American Way

Santa Ana, CA 92707 First

American Loanstar Trustee

Services may be acting as a debt

collector attempting to collect a

debt. Any information obtained

will be used for that purpose.

Original document signed by

Authorized Agent For Trustee’s

Sale Information Please Call

(714) 573-1965 P514975 1/23,

1/30, 02/06/2009 CN 7400

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

T.S No. 1168350-04 APN: 259-222-

16-41 TRA: LOAN NO:

Xxxxxx7986 REF: Koblentz,

Karen L IMPORTANT NOTICE

TO PROPERTY OWNER: YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST, DATED April

08, 2005. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On February 13, 2009,

at 10:00am, Cal-Western

Reconveyance Corporation, as

duly appointed trustee under

and pursuant to Deed of Trust

recorded April 20, 2005, as Inst.

No. 2005-0329304 in book XX,

page XX of Official Records in

the office of the County

Recorder of San Diego County,

State of California, executed by

Karen L Koblentz, An

Unmarried Woman, will sell at

public auction to highest bidder

for cash, cashier’s check drawn

on a state or national bank, a

check drawn by a state or feder-

al credit union, or a check drawn

by a state or federal savings and

loan association, savings associa-

tion, or savings bank At the

entrance to the east county

regional center by Statue, 250 E.

Main Street El Cajon, California,

all right, title and interest con-

veyed to and now held by it

under said Deed of Trust in the

property situated in said County

and State described as:

Completely described in said

deed of trust The street address

and other common designation,

if any, of the real property

described above is purported to

be: 1841 Belle Grove Rd

Encinitas CA 92024 The under-

signed Trustee disclaims any lia-

bility for any incorrectness of

the street address and other

common designation, if any,

shown herein. Said sale will be

held, but without covenant or

warranty, express or implied,

regarding title, possession, con-

dition or encumbrances, includ-

ing fees, charges and expenses

of the Trustee and of the trusts

created by said Deed of Trust, to

pay the remaining principal

sums of the note(s) secured by

said Deed of Trust. The total

amount of the unpaid balance of

the obligation secured by the

property to be sold and reason-

able estimated costs, expenses

and advances at the time of the

initial publication of the Notice

of Sale is: $330,017.35. If the

Trustee is unable to convey title

for any reason, the successful

bidder's sole and exclusive reme-

dy shall be the return of monies

paid to the Trustee, and the suc-

cessful bidder shall have no fur-

ther recourse. The beneficiary

under said Deed of Trust hereto-

fore executed and delivered to

the undersigned a written decla-

ration of Default and Demand

for Sale, and a written Notice of

Default and Election to Sell. The

undersigned caused said Notice

of Default and Election to Sell

to be recorded in the county

where the real property is locat-

ed. For sales information: Mon-

Fri 9:00am to 4:00pm (619) 590-

1221. Cal-Western Reconveyance

Corporation, 525 East Main

Street, P.O. Box 22004, El Cajon,

CA 92022-9004 Dated: January

22, 2009. (R-217119 01/23/09,

01/30/09, 02/06/09) CN 7399

APN# 211-130-03 TS# F02-16039-

F02-16048 REF# B0334475C et

al Notice of Trustee's Sale under

Deed of Trust YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED See Exhibit “B”,

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. Notice is hereby given

that Chicago Title Company, A

California Corporation, as

trustee, or successor trustee, or

substituted trustee pursuant to

the Deed of Trust executed by

See Exhibit “B” recorded on See

Exhibit “B” as Instrument No.

See Exhibit “B” of Official

Records of the County Recorder

of San Diego County, California,

and pursuant to the Notice of

Default and Election to Sell

there under recorded See

Exhibit “B” as Instrument No.

See Exhibit “B” of said Official

Records. Will Sell on 2/10/2009,

at 10:00 AM At the entrance to

the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA at public

auction to the highest bidder for

cash (payable at the time of sale

in lawful money of the United

States), all right, title and inter-

est conveyed to and now held by

it under said Deed Of Trust in

the property situated in said

County and State hereinafter

described: On said Deed of Trust

EXHIBIT 'B' - NOTICE OF

TRUSTEES SALE TS# LOAN #

UNIT/WEEK # UNIT/TYPE SEA-

SON/WEEK/YEAR D.O.T.

DATED ORIGINAL TRUSTOR

D.O.T. RECD DOT INST. # NOD

RECD NOD INST# EST. BID

AMT. F02-16039 B0334475C

533104BE PARK VIEW/ 1 BR 1

BA/ TYPE B/

FLOAT/GOLD/EVEN 7/30/06

ROBERT K. CHARLES, IV AND

LEATRICE S. CHARLES, HUS-

BAND AND WIFE, AS JOINT

TENANTS 8/11/2006 2006-

0571412 10/1/08 2008-0518793

$11,375.95 F02-16040 B1761475C

532436AZ PARK VIEW/ 2 BR 2

BA/ TYPE A/ FLOAT/PLATINUM

/EACH 5/15/07 MARIA TERESA

FEBUS, AN UNMARRIED

WOMAN AND PAT MICHAEL

PHILLIPS, A(N) UNMARRRIED

MAN AS JOINT TENANTS

6/22/2007 2007-0420421 10/1/08

2008-0518794 $26,377.08 F02-

16041 B0469475C 533406BE

PARK VIEW/ 1 BR 1 BA/ TYPE

B/ FLOAT/GOLD/EVEN 8/20/06

GERARDO GONZALEZ AND

OSIRIS PINA, HUSBAND AND

WIFE, AS JOINT TENANTS

9/1/2006 2006-0625594 10/1/08

2008-0518795 $12,107.28 F02-

16042 B2291475C 511208AO

OCEAN VIEW/ 2 BR 2 BA/ TYPE

A/ FLOAT/GOLD/ODD 2/24/08

BRIENNE JENNINGS, A (N)

SINGLE MAN AND MONICA

JOHNSON , A(N) UNMARRIED

WOMAN AS JOINT TENANTS

3/7/2008 2008-0120376 10/1/08

2008-0518796 $18,343.34 F02-

16043 B1824475C 532410AE

PARK VIEW/ 2 BR 2 BA/ TYPE

A/ FLOAT/GOLD/EVEN 5/20/07

AUGUSTIN A LAGUANA, A(N)

UNMARRIED MAN, AND REGI-

NA JAKE, A(N) SINGLE

WOMAN AS JOINT TENANTS

7/27/2007 2007-0502488 10/1/08

2008-0518797 $18,749.45 F02-

16044 B1725475C 532442AE

PARK VIEW/ 2 BR 2 BA/ TYPE

A/ FLOAT/PLATINUM/ EVEN

5/27/07 MARENO RANKIN AND

KIMBERLY RANKIN, HUS-

BAND AND WIFE, AS JOINT

TENANTS 6/8/2007 2007-

0387089 10/1/08 2008-0518798

$19,804.05 F02-16045 B2073475C

531437AZ PARK VIEW/ 2 BR 2

BA/ TYPE A/ FLOAT/PLAT-

INUM/ EVERY 8/1/07 MICHAEL

J SHALES, A(N) MARRIED

MAN AS SOLE AND SEPARATE

PROPERTY 11/30/2007 2007-

0746009 10/1/2008 2008-0518799

$25,744.11 F02-16046 B0181475C

632136AE PARK VIEW/ 2 BR 2

BA/ TYPE A/ FIXED/WEEK NO

36 / EVEN 7/9/06 BRADY A.

STIGALL AND RACHELLE L.

STIGAL, HUSBAND AND WIFE,

AS JOINT TENANTS 7/21/2006

2006-0514355 10/1/2008 2008-

0518800 $7,304.54 F02-16047

B1745475C 563404BZ OCEAN

VIEW/1 BR 1 BA/ TYPE B/

FLOAT/GOLD/EACH 4/11/07

KEVIN L. TERRAL AND

CHRISTI M TERRAL, HUS-

BAND AND WIFE, AS JOINT

TENANTS 6/15/2007 2007-

040578 10/1/08 2008-0518801

$18,723.61 F02-16048 B0424475C

542302BZ PARK VIEW/ 1 BR 1

BA/ TYPE B/

FLOAT/GOLD/EVEN 8/13/06

STEVEN W. THOMPSON AND

LUE THOMPSON, HUSBAND

AND WIFE, AS JOINT TEN-

ANTS 8/25/2006 2006-0606572

10/1/08 2008-0518802 $17,266.18

AFC# 667 The property address

and other common designation,

if any, of the real property

described above is purported to

be: 5500 Grand Pacific Drive

Carlsbad, CA 92008 The under-

signed Trustee disclaims any lia-

bility for any incorrectness of

the property address and other

common designation, if any,

shown herein. The total amount

of the unpaid balance of the

obligation secured by the prop-

erty to be sold and reasonable

estimated costs, expenses and

advances at the time of the ini-

tial publication of the Notice of

Sale is: $ See Exhibit “B” In

addition to cash, the Trustee will

accept a cashier's check drawn

on a State or National Bank, a

check drawn by a State or

Federal Credit Union or a check

drawn by a State or Federal

Savings and Loan Association,

Savings Association or Savings

Bank specified in section 5102 of

the Financial Code and author-

ized to do business in this State.

In the event tender other than

cash is accepted the trustee may

withhold the issuance of the

Trustee's Deed until funds

become available to the payee or

endorsee as a matter of right.

Said sale will be made, but with-

out covenant or warranty,

express or implied regarding

title, possession or encum-

brances, to satisfy the indebted-

ness secured by said Deed,

advances thereunder, with inter-

est as provided therein, and the

unpaid principal balance of the

note secured by said Deed with

interest thereon as provided in

said Note, fees, charges and

expenses of the trustee and the

trusts created by said Deed Of

Trust. Dated: 1/8/2009 Chicago

Title Company, as said Trustee

Attn: Timeshare Foreclosures

316 West Mission Avenue, Suite

123 Escondido, CA 92025-1732

(760) 233-3061 By: Lori R.

Abbey, Authorized Signor

P519892, 1/16, 1/23, 01/30/2009

CN 7388

APN# 211-022-28 AFC # 665, 666

TS# F02-15666-F02-16020 Loan #

Y2368469A et al Notice of

Trustee's Sale under Deed of

Trust YOU ARE IN DEFAULT

UNDER A DEED OF TRUST

DATED See Exhibit ‘B’.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. Notice is hereby given

that Chicago Title Company, A

California Corporation, as

trustee, or duly appointed

trustee pursuant to the Deed of

Trust executed by See Exhibit

‘B’ recorded See Exhibit ‘B’

Exhibit 'B' - Notice of Trustees

Sale TS# Loan # Inv. Control No.

Original Trustor D.O.T. Dated

D.O.T. Recd DOT Inst# NOD

Recd NOD Inst# EST. BID AMT.

F02-15666 Y4637469L 26544AO

RALPH J. PROCOPIO AND

WANDA S. PROCOPIO, HUS-

BAND AND WIFE, AS JOINT

TENANTS 2/21/02 3/1/02 2002-

0172543 8/19/08 2008-0445163

$7,906.41 F02-15996 Y2368469A

16329AE MILLICENT A

ANDERSON, AN UNMARRIED

WOMAN, AS SOLE AND SEPA-

RATE PROPERTY 2/26/05

5/27/05 2005-0446390 101/01

2008-0518843 $13,974.91 F02-

15997 Y6599469A 37214CE

JOSEPH M BAGWILL AND

BRENDA BAGWILL, HUSBAND

AND WIFE, AS JOINT TEN-

ANTS 12/16/07 12/28/07 2007-

0797295 101/01 2008-0518844

$13,353.10 F02-15999 Y4815469L

25914EZ ALLEN BERNARDO

AND MARIVIC M. BERNARDO,

HUSBAND AND WIFE, AS

JOINT TENANTS 4/7/02 4/12/02

2002-0305925 101/01 2008-

0518846 $13,826.09 F02-16000

Y1982469A 14732BZ ALAN R

BLAKE AND DEBORAH L.

BLAKE, HUSBAND AND WIFE

AS COMMUNITY PROPERTY

2/5/05 2/25/05 2005-0155256

101/01 2008-0518847 $18,435.95

F02-16001 Y2308469A 29509BO

DANIEL Z CAMPBELL JR, AN

UNMARRIED MAN, AS SOLE

AND SEPARATE PROPERTY

4/30/05 5/6/05 2005-0382077

101/01 2008-0518848 $9,477.15

F02-16002 Y2611469A 24938AE

JOSE E. CRUZ AND MELNORA

T. CRUZ, HUSBAND AND WIFE,

AS JOINT TENANTS 6/5/05

7/15/05 2005-0597787 101/01

2008-0518849 $12,942.42 F02-

16003 Y1246469L 15214AZ

LINDA L DAVIS A SINGLE

WOMAN, AS SOLE AND SEPA-

RATE PROPERTY 4/17/99

11/24/99 99-0775969 101/01 2008-

0518850 $3,920.29 F02-16005

Y2775469A 36410AE LUIS M

GONZALEZ AND JULIE A.

GONZALEZ, HUSBAND AND

WIFE, AS JOINT TENANTS

7/24/05 8/5/05 2005-0667825

101/01 2008-0518852 $15,453.15

F02-16006 Y4024469L 35842EZ

KENNETH M. GREEN AND

MILDRED A. GREEN,

TRUSTEES OF THE GREEN

FAMILY TRUST DATED

AUGUST 13, 2001 9/29/01

10/5/01 2001-0720862 101/01

2008-0518853 $12,316.51 F02-

16007 Y2959469A 26740CE

RAMON A ILAGAN AND LOIDA

ILAGAN, HUSBAND AND WIFE,

AS JOINT TENANTS 8/21/05

9/2/05 2005-0760838 101/01 2008-

0518854 $12,478.33 F02-16008

Y6759469L 19613CE JIMMIE

KLARENBEEK AND JO ANN

KLARENBEEK, HUSBAND AND

WIFE, AS JOINT TENANTS

5/31/03 6/13/03 2003-0699513

101/01 2008-0518855 $8,121.62

F02-16009 Y6061469L 19724AE

OMAR ARIEL LEEPER AND

MELISSA D. GARCIA-LEEPER,

HUSBAND AND WIFE, AS

JOINT TENANTS 11/17/02

12/27/02 2002-1189678 101/01

2008-0518856 $8,710.43 F02-

16010 Y8722469L 27109AZ

STEPHEN C MALLETTE AND

PENNY L. MALLETTE, HUS-

BAND AND WIFE, AS JOINT

TENANTS 8/5/03 12/24/03 2003-

1505753 101/01 2008-0518857

$17,186.13 F02-16011 Y6516469A

14625BE JON MORALES AND

NATALIE E. MORALES, HUS-

BAND AND WIFE, AS JOINT

TENANTS 9/16/07 10/19/07 2007-

0670992 101/01 2008-0518858

$12,164.70 F02-16012 Y3039469L

38716AZ ANTOINETTE PADIL-

LA,A SINGLE WOMAN, AS

SOLE AND SEPARATE PROP-

ERTY 4/8/01 4/20/01 2001-

0244026 101/01 2008-0518859

$9,210.40 F02-16013 Y6408469A

35051AZ ERIC A PAINTER,

A(N) MARRIED MAN AS SOLE

AND SEPARATE PROPERTY

9/2/07 9/14/07 2007-0605085

101/01 2008-0518860 $21,795.34

F02-16014 Y6691469L 29032AZ

REX C POLICE AND EMMA J.

POLICE, HUSBAND AND WIFE,

AS JOINT TENANTS 5/21/03

5/30/03 2003-0633219 101/01

2008-0518861 $13,031.18 F02-

16015 Y2382469A 39334CE

BRUCE RICHARDSON, JR.

AND SHONDA RICHARDSON,

HUSBAND AND WIFE, AS

JOINT TENANTS 5/13/05 5/27/05

2005-0446448 101/01 2008-

0518862 $10,563.98 F02-16016

Y2030469A 18139CO

CATHARINE D ROGERS, AN

UNMARRIED WOMAN, AS

SOLE AND SEPARATE PROP-

ERTY 2/13/05 3/11/05 2005-

0201809 101/01 2008-0518953

$8,674.00 F02-16017 Y6135469A

34904AZ RICHARD T. YUKIHI-

RO AND PAMELA A. YUKIRHI-

RO, HUSBAND AND WIFE, AS

JOINT TENANTS 6/23/07 7/13/07

2007-0469561 101/01 2008-

0518954 $21,734.20 F02-16018

Y1184469A 19407BE JANELLE

MARIE VASQUEZ, A MARRIED

WOMAN, AS SOLE & SEPA-

RATE PROPERTY 8/1/04 8/13/04

2004-0769580 101/01 2008-

0518955 $10,226.41 F02-16019

Y5755469A 37218CE MANUEL

VILLASANA AND IRENE VIL-

LASANA, HUSBAND AND

WIFE, AS JOINT TENANTS

5/20/06 6/9/06 2006-0408913

101/01 2008-0518956 $12,521.09

F02-16020 Y8244469L 29304CO

QUINCY B. WHITT AND DE

ANNOLA D WHITT, HUSBAND

AND WIFE, AS JOINT TEN-

ANTS 8/31/03 9/19/03 2003-

1156427 101/01 2008-0518957

$9,135.48 AFC# 665 & 666 as

Instrument No. See Exhibit ‘B’ of

Official Records of the County

Recorder of San Diego County,

California, and pursuant to the

Notice of Default and Election

to Sell thereunder recorded See

Exhibit ‘B’ as Instrument No.

See Exhibit ‘B’ of said Official

Records. Will Sell on 2/10/2009,

at 10:00 am, At the entrance to

the East County Regional

Center by statue, 250 E. Main

Street, El Cajon, CA At public

auction to the highest bidder for

cash (payable at the time of sale

in lawful money of the United

States), all right, title and inter-

est conveyed to and now held by

it under said Deed Of Trust in

the property situated in said

County described on said Deed

of Trust. The property heretofore

described is being sold “as is”.

The property address and other

common designation, if any, of

the real property described

above is purported to be: 5805

Armada Drive, Carlsbad, CA

92008 The undersigned Trustee

disclaims any liability for any

incorrectness of the property

address and other common des-

ignation, if any, shown herein.

The total amount of the unpaid

balance of the obligation

secured by the property to be

sold and reasonable estimated

costs, expenses and advances at

the time of the initial publica-

tion of the Notice of Sale is: $

See Exhibit “B” In addition to

cash, the Trustee will accept a

cashier's check drawn on a State

or National Bank, a check drawn

by a State or Federal Credit

Union or a check drawn by a

State or Federal Savings and

Loan Association, Savings

Association or Savings Bank

specified in section 5102 of the

Financial Code and authorized

to do business in this State. In

the event tender other than cash

is accepted the trustee may

withhold the issuance of the

Trustee's Deed until funds

become available to the payee or

endorsee as a matter of right.

Said sale will be made, but with-

out covenant or warranty,

express or implied regarding

title, possession or encum-

brances, to satisfy the indebted-

ness secured by said Deed,

advances thereunder, with inter-

est as provided therein, and the

unpaid principal balance of the

note secured by said Deed with

interest thereon as provided in

said Note, fees, charges and

expenses of the trustee and the

trusts created by said Deed Of

Trust. Dated: 1/8/2008 Chicago

Title Company, as Trustee 316

West Mission Ave., Suite 123

Escondido, CA 92025 (760) 233-

3061 By: Lori R. Abbey,

Authorized Signor P519969

1/16, 1/23, 01/30/2009 CN 7387

Trustee Sale No. 08-01205-6 Loan

No. 89004437-3 Title Order No.

08-01205-6 NOTICE OF

TURSTEE'S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 5/25/2006.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 2/5/2009, at 10:00

AM, At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA, Fidelity National Title

Company, as the duly apointed

Trustee, will sell, at public auc-

tion to the highest bidder, in

lawful money of the United

States, all payable at the time of

sale, the following described

property situated in San Diego

County, California: 740 La Palma

Dr., , Fallbrook, CA 92028

APN(s) 105-353-13. The Trustee

disclaims any liability for any

incorrectness of the street

address and other common des-

ignation, if any, shown herein.

Said sale will be made, but with-

out covenant or warranty,

expressed or implied, regarding

title, possession, or encum-

brances, to pay the remaining

unpaid balance of the obliga-

tions secured by and pursuant to

the power of sale contained in

that certain Deed of Trust

(together with any modifications

thereto), executed by Fernando

Herrera and Maritza Herrera,

husband and wife as joint ten-

ants, as Trustor, and recorded on

06/06/2006, as Instrument No.

2006-0399639 of Official Records

in the office of the Recorder of

San Diego County, CA The total

amount of the unpaid balance of

the obligations secured by the

property to be sold and reason-

ably estimated costs, expenses

and advances at the time of the

initial publication of this Notice

of Trustee's Sale is estimated to

be $425,137.40 provided, howev-

er, that prepayment premiums,

accrued interest, advances and

costs of sale will increase this

figure prior to sale. Beneficiary's

bid at said sale may include all

or part of said amount. In addi-

tion to cash, the Trustee will

accept a cashier's check drawn

by a state or national bank, a

check drawn by a state or feder-

al credit union, or a check drawn

by a state or federal savings and

loan association, savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

section 5102 of the California

Financial Code and authorized

to do business in California, or

such other funds as may be

acceptable to the Trustee. In the

even that tender other than cash

is accepted, the Trustee may

withhold the issuance of the

Trustee's Deed Upon Sale until

funds become available to the

payee or endorsee as a matter of

right. The property offered for

sale excludes all funds held on

account by the property receiver,

if applicable. Dated as of:

1/9/2009 Fidelity National Title

Company, Trustee, 17911 Von

Karman Ave, Suite 275, Irvine,

CA 92614, 949-622-5730 By: Juan

Enriquez, Authorized Signature

The undersigned mortgagee,

beneficiary or authorized agent

for the mortgagee or beneficiary

pursuant to California Civil

Code § 2923.5(b) declares that

the mortgagee, beneficiary or

the mortgagee’s beneficiary’s

authorized agent contacted the

borrower to assess the borrow-

er’s financial situation and to

explore options for the borrower

to avoid foreclosure. Fidelity

National Title Company, author-

ized agent for the mortgagee or

beneficiary By: Juan Enriquez,

Authorized Signature SALE

INFORMATION CAN BE

OBTAINED ON LINE AT

www.priorityposting.com AUTO-

MATED SALES INFORMATION

PLEASE CALL 714-573-1965

P520066 1/16, 1/23, 01/30/2009

CN 7386

Trustee Sale No.:

20080182300412 Title Order No.:

3206-111395 FHA/VA/PMI No.:

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE

YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER

A DEED OF TRUST, DATED

1/18/2005. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. NDex West, LLC, as

duly appointed Trustee under

and pursuant to Deed of Trust

Recorded on 01/21/2005 as

Instrument No. 2005-0056276 of

official records in the office of

the County Recorder of San

Diego County, State of

California. Executed By:

Alejandro Diego M and Erendira

Diego Sanchez, will sell at public

auction to highest bidder for

cash, cashier’s check/cash equiv-

alent or other form of payment

authorized by 2924h(b), (payable

at time of sale in lawful money

of the United States). Date of

Sale: 2/5/2009 Time of Sale:

10:00 AM Place of Sale: At the

entrance to the East County

Regional Center by statue, 250

E. Main Street, El Cajon, CA

Street Address and other com-

mon designation, if any, of the

real property described above is

purported to be: 648 ROJA

STREET, OCEANSIDE,CA 92057

APN#: 122-251-06 The under-

signed Trustee disclaims any lia-

bility for any incorrectness of

the street address and other

common designation, if any,

shown herein. Said sale will be

made, but without covenant or

warranty, expressed or implied,

regarding title, possession, or

encumbrances, to pay the

remaining principal sum of the

note(s) secured by said Deed of

Trust, with interest thereon, as

provided in said note(s),

advances, under the terms of

said Deed of Trust, fees, charges

and expenses of the Trustee and

of the trusts created by said

Deed of Trust. The total amount

of the unpaid balance of the

obligation secured by the prop-

erty to be sold and reasonable

estimated costs, expenses and

advances at the time of the ini-

tial publication of the Notice of

Sale is $426,535.58. The benefici-

ary under said Deed of Trust

heretofore executed and deliv-

ered to the undersigned a writ-

ten Declaration of Default and

Demand for Sale, and a written

Notice of Default and Election

to Sell. The undersigned caused

said Notice of Default and

Election to sell to be recorded in

the County where the real prop-

erty is located. For Trustee Sale

Information Please Call: Priority

Posting & Publication 17501

Irvine Blvd., Suite One Tustin,

CA 92780 714-573-1965 www.pri-

orityposting.com NDex West,

LLC as Authorized Agent Dated:

1/8/2009 NDex West, LLC may be

acting as a debt collector

attempting to collect a debt. Any

information obtained will be

used for that purpose. P519640

1/16, 1/23, 01/30/2009 CN 7385

Trustee Sale No. 59309 Loan No.

07-064 Title Order No. 1001738-

05 APN 154-170-59-00 TRA No.

Notice Of Trustee's Sale YOU

ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A

DEED OF TRUST DATED

05/08/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE

ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR

PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD

AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU

NEED AN EXPLANATION OF

THE NATURE OF THE PRO-

CEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. On 02/05/2009 at

10:00AM, Integrated Lender

Services, A Delaware

Corporation as the duly appoint-

ed Trustee under and pursuant

to Deed of Trust Recorded on

05/18/2007 as Instrument No.

2007-0340194 of official records

in the Office of the Recorder of

San Diego County, California,

executed by: Alan E. Aguilera

and Alice M. Flores, husband

and wife as joint tenats, as

Trustor, Iberia Enterprise Inc.,

as Beneficiary, will sell at public

auction to the highest bidder for

cash (payable at time of sale in

lawful money of the United

States by cash, a cashier’s check

drawn by a state or national

bank, a check drawn by a state

or federal credit union, or a

check drawn by a state or feder-

al savings and loan association,

savings association or savings

bank specified in section 5102 of

the Financial Code and author-

ized to do business in this state.)

At: At the entrance to the East

County Regional Center by stat-

ue, 250 E. Main Street, El Cajon,

CA, all right, title and interest

conveyed to and now held by it

under said Deed of Trust in the

property situated in said County,

California describing the land

therein: As more fully described

in said Deed of Trust The proper-

ty heretofore described is being

sold “as is”. The street address

and other common designation,

if any, of the real property

described above is purported to

be: 1529 Kelly Street,

Oceanside, CA 92054. The under-

signed Trustee disclaims any lia-

bility for any incorrectness of

the street address and other

common designation, if any,

shown herein. Said sale will be

made, but without covenant or

warranty, express or implied,

regarding title, possession, or

encumbrances, to pay the

remaining principal sum of the

note(s) secured by said Deed of

Trust, with interest thereon as

provided in said note(s),

advances, if any, under the terms

of said Deed of Trust, fees,

charges and expenses of the

trustee and of the trusts created

by said Deed of Trust, to wit,

$49,816.30 (Estimated) Accrued

interest and additional

advances, if any, will increase

this figure prior to sale. The ben-

eficiary under said Deed of Trust

heretofore executed and deliv-

ered to the undersigned a writ-

ten Declaration of Default and

Demand for Sale, and a written

Notice of Default and Election

to Sell. The undersigned caused

said Notice of Default and

Election to Sell to be recorded

in the county where the real

property is located and more

than three months have elapsed

since such recordation. The

Notice of Default was recorded

prior to September 6, 2008 and:

[X] Beneficiary declares that

that borrower(s) was contacted

pursuant to California Civil

Code Section 2923.5 in order to

assess their financial situation

and to explore options for the

borrower(s) to avoid foreclosure.

OR [ ] The Notice of Default was

recorded prior to September 6,

2008. Beneficiary declares that

attempts were made to contact

the borrower(s) in order to

assess their financial situation

and to explore options for the

borrower(s) to avoid foreclosure,

but such attempts were unsuc-

cessful. Beneficiary declares the

following efforts were made in

compliance with California Civil

Code Section 2923.5: (List

Efforts) OR [ ] Beneficiary

declares that this loan is exempt

from the requirements of

California Civil Code Section

2923.5 This firm is attempting to

collect a debt. Any information

obtained will be used for that

purpose. The debt set forth on

this Notice will be assumed to

be valid unless you dispute the

debt by providing written Notice

to your Beneficiary’s Office of

Your dispute within 30 days of

your receipt of this Notice, set-

ting forth the basis of your dis-

pute. Date: 1/8/2009 Integrated

Lender Services 2411 West La

Palma Ave. Suite 350, Building

No. 1 Anaheim, CA 92801, As

Trustee (714) 822-3342 For Sale

Information please call: 714-573-

1965 Renae C. Smith, Sr. Trustee

Sale Officer P520052 1/16, 1/23,

01/30/2009 CN 7384

TS # CA-08-189079-SH Loan #

0124854415 NOTICE OF

TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN

DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF

TRUST DATED 6/20/2007.

UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO

PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT

MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC

SALE. IF YOU NEED AN

EXPLANATION OF THE

NATURE OF THE PROCEED-

ING AGAINST YOU, YOU

SHOULD CONTACT A

LAWYER. A public auction sale

to the highest bidder for cash,

cashier’s check drawn on a state

or national bank, check drawn

by a state or federal credit

union, or a check drawn by a

state or federal savings and loan

association, or savings associa-

tion, or savings bank specified in

Section 5102 of the Financial

Code and authorized to do busi-

ness in this state, will be held by

duly appointed trustee. The sale

will be made, but without

covenant or warranty, expressed

or implied, regarding title, pos-

session, or encumbrances, to pay

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JAN. 30,

2009

JEAN

GILLETTE

Small Talk

Word

watchers

keep me

on my toes

I have a lovely friend who

calls herself a “guardian of the

language,” and she is.

She teaches English to

high school students who, in

spite of the best efforts of their

parents and a host of skilled

professionals, come to her saying

things like they “brang”

that book home. By the time

she is through with them, the

worst of them at least appreciate

that brang is not going to be

found in the dictionary. The

best of them write better than I

ever will. (I made her stop sharing

their papers to read. I was

breaking out in hives of insecurity.)

While the grammar police

have knocked on my door several

times over the years, I try

to maintain my membership as

a fellow “guardian of the language.”

I do my small part, correcting

elementary-level students

on brung, bringed and

brang and pointing out that

while they may have done good

they also did well. I thought I

was holding up the flag by

refraining from using words

like parenting and unique, and

insisting that toward and anyway

never end in “s.”

Then, just when I thought I

was sneaking by, a friend sent

me articles by two big-time linguists

who have me wondering

if someone might come and

unceremoniously rip the literacy

stripes right off my sleeve.

Celestine Sibley, an

Atlanta journalist who wrote

until the day she died in 1999,

had written a wonderful commentary

about the “tacky”

expression “you guys.” She

heavily frowned on using

“guys” as an all-inclusive noun

for young and old, male and

female. I don’t disagree. I just

need to point out that, as much

as we would like to, here in the

melting pot of Southern

California, most of us cannot

claim a Southern upbringing

and so do not have the luxury

of using that graceful and accurate

phrase, “you all.” We must

remain tacky but practical

until a better group reference

is coined. I’ll get right to work

on that.

The second article was

from the Wall Street Journal by

author and militant language

guardian John Simon. This was

a review of the newest

Grammar Police Bible,

“Modern American Usage” by

the late Wilson Follett. Had I

harbored any serious illusions

that I take my language seriously,

Mr. Simon and Mr. Follett

brought me up short.

Of the book’s appendix,

Simon says “Don’t skip it: Such

a heedless appendectomy

would cost you — in a mere 24

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on the

RUN

The Carlsbad Marathon

and Half Marathon on Jan. 25

drew more than 10,000 runners

and walkers from around the

country and around the world.

The 26.2- and 13.1-mile courses

featured lagoon and beach

views and live music to help

motivate the runners. The

events benefited many charities

by raising funds and

awareness.

In conjunction with the

marathon was the Keebler

Kids Marathon Mile which

took place on Jan. 24. The noncompetitive

1-mile run/

walk took place in Legoland

for children 12 and under.

Participants were treated to

entertainment and refreshments

along the route.

Linda Machado, 35, of San Diego, finished

the Carlsbad Half Marathon in

2:02:08. Photo by Patrice Malloy

By Bianca Kaplanek

COAST CITIES — None of

them are old enough to vote. Not

all supported Barack Obama.The

temperature was freezing, the

crowds were record-setting, the

lines were long and they barely

slept. But all that aside, a group

of North County students who

traveled to Washington, D.C., for

the Jan. 20 inauguration of the

country’s first biracial president

said the trip was worth it.

The atmosphere was just

alive and vibrant,” Carlsbad resident

Olivia Gardner said. “It

was almost as if the city was celebrating

continuously this historic

event, and I got to be there

and be part of it, which was

amazing. You just got caught up

in the emotion and the knowledge

that this is history.”

As members of the

Congressional Youth Leadership

Council, a nonpartisan educational

organization that selects

students based on academic

achievement and community

leadership, Olivia and eight of

her classmates from Santa Fe

Christian Schools were chosen to

attend the inauguration. Other

attendees included Nelson Siu,

Lauren Wong,Taylor Wurdeman,

Brandon Min, Andrew Cassidy,

Katie Sullivan, Kristin Wolfe and

Harrison Collazo.

Robert Roberts, a student at

Earl Warren Middle School, also

attended the event with his

father, Solana Beach City

Josh Spiker, 26, of Ventura, won the Carlsbad Marathon in 2:24:56. It was his first

attempt at the distance. Photo by Patrice Malloy

Jonathon Waltz and Erin Borzage, volunteers with Labrador Rescuers, pause for a

photo with Maverick and Truman. Labrador Rescuers was one of the event’s official

charities. Courtesy photo

Councilman Dave Roberts.

“I was amazed,” 13-yearold

Robert said. “I was

surprised at the crowds, but just

being there was memorable.

There was lots of enthusiasm.”

“It was such a great

experience to see the patriotism

of the country and all the people

getting very excited about the

B SECTION

Local students head to D.C. for inauguration

VISIT TO THE CHIEF Solana Beach City Councilman Dave Roberts and his 13year-old

son Robert, above, attended the Jan. 20 presidential inauguration. Not a fan

of crowds or cold weather, Roberts turned down the tickets when he was first offered

them. Realizing it would be a great experience for his son, he changed his mind.

Courtesy photo

Gus Challis, 2 1/2, of Carlsbad participates

in the Keebler Kids Marathon Mile

on Jan. 24. Photo by Patrice Malloy

Grace Brock of San Diego. Photo by

Patrice Malloy

Paulina Ruelas, 7, Wilmington, Calif.

Photo by Patrice Malloy

future,” said Katie, a freshman

who lives in Carlsbad.

“It was really fun to actually

be there and capture the excitement

and be at the event to

experience and witness a great

moment in history.”

In addition to attending the

inauguration, the Santa Fe

Christian group took part in several

planned activities that

began shortly after their arrival

Jan. 17. One of the first events

was a trip to the University of

Maryland to listen to speakers

such as former Vice President Al

Gore, former Secretary of State

Colin Powell and Pulitzer Prizewinning

biographer and historian

Doris Kearns Goodwin.

“I thought the speakers had

a good message encouraging

kids to get out there and influence

the world,” said Kristin, a

freshman from Carmel Valley.

But for the students, the

most impressive speakers were

not politicians. “My favorite was

Desmond Tutu because he’s so

funny,” said Nelson, referring to

the South African cleric and 1984

Nobel Peace Prize-winner known

for his opposition to apartheid.

“Eric Weinmeyer was very

inspirational,” Brandon said.

“I liked his story of how he

never gave up.” Weinmeyer is a

blind climber who reached the

summit of Mount Everest.

“I didn’t really like the

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B2 THE COAST NEWS

JAN. 30, 2009

osta Rican adventure more than couple bargained for

E’LOUISE

ONDASH

Hit the Road

When Frank and Heidi

Boynton of Oceanside decided to

venture to Costa Rica for eight

days last May, they couldn’t have

predicted what was to come.They

went to the small Central

American country because “it was

a very economical trip and many

people we know had raved about

it,” Heidi said.

They weren’t disappointed.

“We liked the lush vegetation,

beautiful flowers and bushes

… the unusual monkeys and the

many varieties of birds and colorful

frogs. We were impressed with

the cleanliness of the towns and

roads and the friendliness of the

people.”

When the Boyntons checked

into the Selva Verde Lodge &

Rainforest Reserve, Frank wrote:

“Our room hides in this Eden.The

food is very good,the people warm

and friendly … It is great fun in an

animal kingdom of howler monkeys,

iguanas the size of your arm,

exotic birds and insects, poisonous

snakes and bright colored frogs.

The lodge has covered walkways

through the rainforest. During the

LIFE’S A BEACH Frank and Heidi Boynton on the beach at Manuel Hotel National

Park-Tarcoles on the Pacific side of Costa Rica. The area is known for its white sandy

beaches surrounded by emerald waters and forest. Visitors can walk forest trails and

find many of the native animals — like the cappuccino monkey, iguanas and birds.

Courtesy photo

torrential rains every afternoon,

we can reach out through a wall of

water and touch the flora.”

On their last morning at the

lodge, Frank decided to take a 25minute

walk on what was portrayed

on a hotel trail map as a

clear, easy loop.

“I showed the map to two

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recalled. “I left feeling great (but)

took no water or insect repellent.”

Twenty minutes into his walk,

he was lost. The rainforest grew

thicker and the light dimmer. The

super-high humidity steamed his

glasses and soon he was in kneedeep

mud and rotted logs, but he

reminded himself that the trail

was a loop and should bring him

to his starting point.

“My shoes filled with mud

and slipped off sideways,” he

remembered. “I was half blind

and … when I slowed or stopped,

more insects found me. I smeared

mud all over to keep the insects

off.”

Dehydration, exhaustion and

disorientation took over.

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in various areas of Costa Rica and other

Central American countries. Photo by

Heidi Boynton

cover my muddy body with another

huge palm leaf. I laid down and

listened. I could hear the howler

monkeys far away.”

Back at the lodge, Heidi was

annoyed when Frank didn’t show

on time,then panic and fear set in.

“He likes to explore,” she

said, “but would never go off a

marked trail, especially in a foreign

country. Also, I knew he was