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1 35 YEARS of Publication Free Trade Agreements Killing Jobs and Labor Rights ANALYSIS Story and Photos By David Bacon Last week President Obama broke his campaign commitment and put three free trade agreements up for a vote in Congress (on Wednesday both houses passed the agreements. President Obama will soon sign the Free Trade Pacts into law ). Business interests, ecstatic at the prospect, promise they ll bring us jobs. Experience tells us, however, their promises are worthless. Nineteen years ago, when the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was in Congress, supporters said it too would create jobs and protect labor rights. Before Ligia Alzate, a high school principal in Medellin, Colombia, is an official of the teachers union and a vocal opponent of the Colombian Free Trade Agreement. agreeing to new free trade treaties with Colombia, South Korea and Panama, Congress should look at the dismal record. Promise #1. A typical pro-business study predicted in 1992 that NAFTA would create 130,000 U.S. jobs in two years, double U.S. exports to Mexico, and create 609,000 jobs there. Today Tom Donahue, CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, repeats the promise, saying the three new treaties also are about creating jobs. According to the Economic Policy Institute, however, between 1993 and 2004 the U.S. trade deficit with Mexico ballooned by $107 billion, which cost 1,015,290 U.S. jobs, 123,000 in California. But although those jobs went south, Mexico lost far more jobs because of the treaty than those relocated from the U.S. Mexico lost a million jobs just in the first year the treaty took effect. Because the treaty allowed U.S. grain companies to dump corn in Mexico, 1.3 million farmers lost their livelihood as well. Pork dumping cost another 120,000 jobs. Eliminating its domestic content laws cost the jobs of thousands of auto parts workers. Six million people from Mexico came to live and work in the U.S. as a result of this displacement. The Colombian FTA has a provision identical to that in NAFTA, which led to the corn dumping, so those farmers will be uprooted too. Enrique Athankasiadis, President of Panama s National Agricultural Organization, says, We are certain that the FTA will cause great displacement in the Panamanian agriculture sector, on which 40 percent of our nation s population depends. We Panamanians do not want to follow the Mexicans and Central Americans in the flood of immigration to the United States, where many risk their life trying to be able to make a living, Forced displacement and immigration describes Mexico s experience under NAFTA, which is almost identical to the U.S.-Panama FTA. Obama s FTA with Korea will cost 159,000 U.S. jobs in seven years, according to EPI, especially in electron- (see Free Trade, page 3) Vol. XXXIII XXXV No. 41 Por Pablo Jaime Sáinz Qué mejor manera de cerrar el Mes de la Herencia Hispana que con arte, música y mucho sabor latino en la calle? Pues eso es exactamente lo que el New Children s Museum hará el domingo 16 de octubre de 10 a.m. a 4 p.m. con un día especial para la comunidad latina. La entrada al evento es gratuita. La meta principal es que los niños de San Diego puedan conocer más de cerca la cultura latina, desde su música y arte hasta su comida. El NCM presentará la rica cultura de la comunidad latina con un programa cultural bilingüe de espectáculos. Las familias disfrutarán de presentaciones especiales por grupos como Todo Mundo; el laureado Pink Army; Manny Cepeda y Danza Coatlicue; experimentarán demostraciones interactivas; estantes de información de organizaciones ambientalistas; camiones de comida como Arthur s Bomb Tacos y Cool Cycles; hasta un mercado de verduras y frutas al aire libre. También habrá una pasarela de moda de 3 a 3:30 p.m. con vestuarios tradicionales de toda Latinoamérica. Este día también será una buena oportunidad para explorar la nueva exposición Trash, que se inaugura el 15 de octubre y que presentará el trabajo de 12 artistas de distintas partes del mundo enfocándose en el pertinente y apto para niños tema de la basura. Como una temática invisible pero La Prensa Muñoz, Inc., Publications OCTOBER 14, 2011 Herencia latina para chicos y grandes! By Vivian Marlene Dunbar Hundreds of occupy protesters have set up a make shift tent village in the open plaza area behind the downtown San Diego County Administration Building. Protesting corporate greed and social injustice, participants told La Prensa that they plan to say indefinitely. Occupy San Diego is part of a movement that started on Wall Steet Sept. 15, where over 700 people gathered together to protest government corruption and US economic problems. Since that day, the Occupy movement, organized on Twitter and Facebook, has spread to over 50 US cities, including Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. Giant US labor unions are now joining forces with Occupy demonstrators. In New York, the United Federation of Teachers and the Communication Workers of America and the By Pablo Jaime Sáinz Although Ruben Barrales sees himself as one of many Latino leaders in the county, the San Diego Chargers thought otherwise. The Bolts selected Barrales, who serves as the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer, as the recipient of the National Football League s Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award. The award, which is sponsored in part by Bud Light, recognizes the contributions of Hispanic leaders in each NFL market. The Chargers honored Barrales on Sept. 25 at the team s Hispanic Heritage game against the Kansas City Chiefs. It is truly an honor, Barrales said about the award. I want to thank the San Diego Chargers and the NFL for honoring Latinos, and for recognizing us as a community. As president and CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, which is committed to providing broad-based economic value for its members and the international region, Barrales is a key figure in local and regional business. Asked if he considered himself a importante, es ésta una oportunidad para que el NCM siga creando arte contemporáneo accesible para familias y niños de todas edades. Por medio de obras ingeniosas y participativas, TRASH invita a las familias a explorar nuevas perspectivas que pueden ayudarnos a moldear el futuro. Esta exposición semianual incluye las obras de arte, proyectos de intervención manual; programas escolares; conferencias de artistas; talleres familiares; eventos especiales y una discusión en línea que sucederá en The Family Room. Todos los niños saben que debemos reciclar, pero hasta ahí suele llegar su entendimiento del tema. TRASH ofrece a los niños un conocimiento mayor que les permitirá apreciar y comprender la complejidad del tema de la basura, actuando así como agentes de cambio en sus propias viviendas, educando a sus familias, ha declarado Rachel Teagle, Directora ejecutiva y Curadora en jefe del NCM. Todos los artistas presentes en la muestra piden a los visitantes que confronten la realidad de la basura como tema en nuestra sociedad y los incitan a hacerse preguntas sobre ello. Esperamos que sean ellos mismos los que encontrarán las respuestas que habrá de transformar nuestro futuro. Qué es la basura y cuándo o cómo se convierte en arte? Cómo impacta nuestra vida diaria la basura? Cómo puede cambiar nuestro comportamiento respecto a la forma 38,000 member Transit Worker Union, have teamed up with the San Diego Labor Council and the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL- CIO to back up the nationwide Occupy protests. Occupy US was partly inspired by other demonstrations around the world, such as the JAN. 25 Tahrir Square in Cairo Egypt, where thousands took to the streets to protest government injustices. The demonstration gave new thought to the power of internet communications such as Facebook and Twitter, which made it possible for thousands of people to organize online. On May 15, another Occupy event hit the streets of Madrid, Spain. Tagged on Twitter as the Spanish Revolution the movement quickly grew to include 25,000 people. In Greece, demonstrations inspired by the Madrid event, began with 30,000 participants, and eventually attracted over 200,000 en que tratamos la basura? Esta exposición aborda estas interrogantes por medio de exploraciones que incitan la imaginación y el juego reflexivo. De seguro este fin de semana será toda una fiesta latina en el New Children s Museum, donde la cultura latina se valora y se promueve entre los niños de nuestra región. San Diego leader honored by Chargers Foto de IZQ - DER: Chargers Executive Vice President A.G. Spanos y Ruben Barrales. El crédito de la foto a Mike Nowak de los San Diego Chargers. role model for other Latinos, Barrales said that he is just one of many trying to do the best for the community. There are many, many others that El NCM presentará la rica cultura de la comunidad latina. Las familias disfrutarán de presentaciones especiales por grupos como Todo Mundo. Occupy San Diego: Tent City in Downtown Civic Center Occupy San Diego host a 24 hour food station. Photo by Jimmy D Alvarez. participants. On. Sept 17, 2011, the giant onlineorganized Occupy protest hit US soil, beginning with the Liberty Square New York Wall Street Protest, with also deserve an award like this, said Barrales, who also currently sits on the board of directors for the Public Policy Institute of California. This over 700 protesters demonstrating on the Brooklyn Bridge. On Oct. 7, Occupy demonstrators hit the streets of (see Occupy, page 5) award recognizes the hard work all of us are doing to improve the com (see Barrales, page 9)

2 PAGE 2 OCTOBER 14, 2011 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO MÉXICO DEL NORTE Por Jorge Mújica Murias Más Pronto Cae Calderón Así, exactamente, sin una coma más y sin un acento menos, Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, residente de una cosa conocida como Los Pinos en México, declaró a la cadena de televisión CBS: La tasa de inmigrantes mexicanos que entra a Estados Unidos se está aproximando a cero. Esa tal aproximación a cero, arguyó el señor, se debe ni más ni menos que a los esfuerzos que está haciendo el Gobierno. Estamos haciendo lo que nos corresponde, hay muchas nuevas condiciones, una de ellas la mejora de las oportunidades sociales para los jóvenes: escuelas, hospitales y oportunidades de trabajo. Me sonó medio raro desde el principio, porque la mejora de los hospitales, por ejemplo, no creo que tenga que ver con la tasa de inmigración mexicana hacia gringolandia, y a la mejor es que se escapó la palabrita entre dos, cosa que sucede frecuentemente con los políticos cuando no sabes exactamente lo que están diciendo. Lo mismo con lo de las escuelas, que no se me hace que sean el motivo principal de los jóvenes para emigrar, excepto tal vez para algunos becados de CONACYT, el Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología, que da becas para postgrados, maestría y doctorados. Lo único lógico sería lo de las oportunidades de trabajo. Dijo Calderón que El año pasado México generó más de 800 mil nuevos empleos. Curioso, porque su Secretario del Trabajo, Javier Lozano, declaró hace un par de meses que México podría registrar un incremento neto en el 2011 de alrededor de 600,000 nuevos puestos de trabajo en la economía formal. Será que los otros 200 mil empleos estarán en el sector informal, de payasitos y tragafuegos en las esquinas. Si Nos Echan, Nos Regresamos Namás que toda esa perorata la echó pa tras otra cifra, una publicada por el periódico gringo The New York Times. El número de indocumentados deportados desde Estados Unidos y que (vea Calderón, página 5) 651-C Third Avenue Chula Vista, Ph: (619) Fax: (619) Web Site: Founded: December 1, 1976 San Diego, California Founder: Daniel L. Muñoz Publisher/Editor: Daniel H. Muñoz, Jr. was adjudicated a newspaper of general circulation for the City and County of San Diego, Fourth Judicial District of the Municipal Court of San Diego. File # of May 9, Press releases, photos, and advertisements are accepted. Submit by mail, fax or . La Prensa San Diego reserves the right to accept or reject material sent. is a wholly owned subsidary of La Prensa Muñoz, Inc. ISSN Indigenous Communities Boycott Elections Two indigenous communities in the violence-torn Mexican state of Michoacan will not participate in the state elections set for November 13. Spokespersons for the Nahua community of Osutla and the Purepecha community of Cheran reiterated this week their intentions of boycotting the vote. In a communiqué, representatives of Osutla declared they will not permit the installation of polling stations and instead choose their leaders based on traditional indigenous customs. Situated in a coastal zone dominated by organized crime, Ostula is embroiled in a land ownership conflict that s resulted in the deaths or disappearances of at least 16 community members this year alone, according to Professor Maria del Carmen Ventura Patino, a researcher with the Colegio de Michoacan. Landlocked Cheran is immersed in a similar conflict with organized crime groups, though the immediate point of contention is the illegal logging that s left the community s forests devastated, according to town leaders. Since last April, the 18,000- member community has been in a state of resistance. In a popular uprising, townspeople sacked a mayor from the PRI political party, dismissed the police force, barricaded the entrances and exits to the community and imposed a midnight curfew for security purposes. Cheran s defense of its forests not only represents respect for the environment and natural resources, but also the defense of collective life and its reproduction as a community, its right to life and to its culture, Professor Ventura recently wrote. The communal decision to organize, putting up barricades, posting guards and patrols, in which all participatemen, women and childrenmakes us aware of a collective cohesion Cheran s resistance leaders have prohibited the consumption of alcohol and drugs, as well as the operation of political parties. Leaders of both Cheran and Ostula say the consumption of drugs and liquor combined with the activities of political parties have fomented individualism, family division, organized crime and chaos. Though living under siegelike conditions, Cheran s resisters have received support and solidarity from poet Javier Sicilia s Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity, Mexican non-governmental organizations and sympathizers in Spain, Chile and other nations. On November 13, voters in Michoacan will be asked to cast ballots for state and municipal officer-holders. The three contenders for the governor s seat include Fausto Vallejo (PRI), Silvano Aureoles Conejo (PRD) and Maria Calderon Hinojosa (PAN). Maria Cocoa Calderon is the sister of Mexican President Felipe Calderon. Besides being the home state of the Calderons, Michoacan is very significant in Mexico s current political chess game since it is one of Diseñan Gran Programa Artístico en Celebración de 34 Años de Casa de la Cultura Altamira Por: Paco Zavala Cómo pasa el tiempo, pero ya pasaron 34 años en que fue inaugurada La Casa de la Cultura de Tijuana; el 15 de octubre de 1977 fue la fecha de este evento. En aquellos años contaba únicamente con las instalaciones de la antigua Escuela Alvaro Obregón, en la actualidad el Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura, institución que maneja su funcionamiento, cuenta con instalaciones adicionales en el área de Playas de Tijuana y en la Colonia El Pípila, además cuenta con el edificio del antiguo Palacio Municipal, en donde se localizan el Palacio de la Cultura, el Archivo Histórico y las Oficinas Centrales de la institución, además de contar con el manejo de todo el sistema bibliotecario de la ciudad. Esta institución cuenta con una gran oferta permanente de programas de talleres, en infinidad de disciplinas artísticas y culturales, de los que ya han surgido artistas, talleristas y maestros que recorren la ciudad, el estado y el mundo entero, presentando y enseñando lo que aprendieron en sus aulas y demuestran un orgullo y satisfacción el haber pasado algunos años de su vida estudiando y preparándose en esta honorable institución. En este año, para celebrar estos 34 años de funcionamiento ininterrumpido de la Casa de la Cultura Altamira, Anúnciate en La Prensa San Diego! Llámanos al: Tikos Jazz Big Band se ha diseñado un programa artístico cultural en el que se incluyen el 13 de octubre, la presentación de: Tikos Jazz Big Band presentando el espectáculo el comunicador Javier Delgado en el Teatro de la Casa de la Cultura, el 14 y 15, a las 20:00 p.m., la presentación de la Compañía de Danza de Baja California presentando el clásico contemporáneo Carmina Burana, en las escalinatas de la institución; el miércoles 19 de octubre a las 19:00 p.m., presentarán el performance Heridas de 9 pulgadas con el grupo Metamorfosis en la Galería Benjamín Serrano; además los maestros que imparten sus conocimientos en la institución se unen a las celebraciones y el martes 25 y miércoles 26 de octubre, a las 15:00 p.m., presentarán un Gran Festival Artístico de Artes plásticas, música, danza y teatro, para concluir el viernes 28 a las 19:00 p.m., se presentará el coro Ensamble Lírico Juvenil y artistas invitados, bajo la dirección del tenor José Medina, quienes interpretarán lo más selecto de su repertorio musical y, el sábado 29 de octubre, a las 20:00 pm., los festejos cerrarán con la presentación de la obra dancística Onírica, con el grupo Subterráneo Danza Contemporánea. Estas dos últimas actividades se darán en el Teatro de Casa de la Cultura. Entrada gratuita a todos los eventos, salvo la presentación de Carmina Burana y Onírica. En Casa de la cultura El Pípila todos los jueves de octubre Cine Club, además la exposición Bocetos de Tamara Conde, obras realizadas al óleo y acrílico sobre tela y papel están en exhibición. Esta joven y talentosa artista tijuanense ya ha recorrido el país y los EE.UU. presentando sus extraordinarios trabajos. En el marco de la Semana Nacional de la Donación de Órganos y Tejidos, el colectivo Evolucionarte está presentando la exposición plástica Un regalo de vida, en la Galería de la Casa de la Cultura Playas en el Cortijo San José. Las obras en exhibición invitan a reflexionar sobre la importancia de la donación de órganos, cultura a la cual hay que sumarse y cooperar, prestar apoyo donando nuestros órganos cuando ya no los necesitemos es realizar una verdadera obra a la humanidad y sobre todo a nuestros paisanos. Las artistas que participan en este evento son: Ivonne Almada, Gilda Cabrera. Angela Gómez-Rubio, Patty Mayorga, Martha Padilla, Joe Papalia, Dora Peralta, Rocío Torres y Alejandra Zúñiga. the strategic places where violence between criminal bands began gyrating into war during the middle part of the last decade and became the launching pad where President Calderon commenced his socalled drug war back in December Historically, Michoacan has also been one of the top sending states of migrants to the US. In 2007, Michoacan became the first Mexican entity to allow migrants the opportunity to vote in a state election by mail. Like other recent Mexican state elections, the November 13 contest in Michoacan is widely viewed as a barometer for next year s presidential and congressional elections. Leaders of Cheran, meanwhile, are urging other, nearby Purepecha communities to boycott the state elections. Criminal violence continues staining the soil of the impoverished state on a daily basis. This week, leaders of the PRI and PVEM parties disclosed that their candidates in at least Por Pablo Jaime Sáinz Aunque Ruben Barrales se mira a sí mismo como uno de muchos líderes latinos en el condado, los Chargers de San Diego tienen otra opinión. Los Cargadores seleccionaron a Barrales, quien funge como presidente y CEO de la Cámara de Comercio Regional de San Diego, para recibir el premio al liderazgo del Mes de la Herencia Hispana de la National Football League (NFL). El premio, que es patrocinado en parte por Bud Light, reconoce los logros de líderes hispanos en cada mercado de la NFL. Los Chargers honraron a Barrales el 25 de septiembre en el juego de la Herencia Hispana donde el equipo se enfrentó a los Kansas City Chiefs. En verdad es un honor, dijo Barrales acerca del premio. Quiero agradecer a los San Diego Chargers y a la NFL por homenajear a los latinos y por reconocernos como una comunidad. Como presidente de la Cámara de Comercio Regional de San Diego, la cual está comprometida a proveer servicios económicos para sus miembros y la región internacional, Barrales es una figura clave en los negocios locales y regionales. Al preguntarle si él se considera a sí mismo como un modelo a seguir para otros latinos, Barrales dijo que él es sólo uno de muchos tratando de hacer los mejor para la comunidad. Hay muchos otros que también se merecen un premio como este, dijo Barrales, quien también funge como miembro de la mesa directiva del Public Policy Institute of California. Este premio reconoce el gran esfuerzo que todos nosotros estamos haciendo para mejorar toda la comunidad. Ruben Barrales cuenta con PHONE: FAX: four municipalities were forced to cancel bids for office because of threats including, in one case, a kidnapping. Reports from the federal Public Safety Secretariat (SSP) recently warned that one-third of Michoacan s municipalities could fall into the clutches of organized crime after the votes were tallied up from the November 13 balloting. The federal authorities asserted that the state capital of Morelia and the Pacific port of Lazaro Cardenas, an important hub of the China trade, were high on a list of 36 at-risk municipalities. Posting on the Mexico City newsweekly Proceso s website, a writer identified as Sofia expressed incredulity at the SSP reports. I don t think (organized crime control) is a risk, Sofia wrote. It s a reality. Frontera NorteSur: on-line, U.S.-Mexico border news Center for Latin American and Border Studies New Mexico State University Las Cruces, New Mexico Líder sandieguino homenajeado por los Chargers una carrera extensa tanto en el sector público como en el privado. Fue presidente y CEO de la joint venture Silicon Valley Network en San José. Fue adjunto del Presidente George W. Bush y como director de la Oficina de asuntos intergubernamentales de la Casa Blanca. En 1992, fue elegido para el concejo de supervisores del condado San Mateo, el primer latino elegido para ese puesto. Es también miembro fundador de la Garfield Charter School, en el distrito escolar de Redwood City Elementary School, uno de los primeros de su clase en California, y cumplió funciones como director del Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center Con el apoyo de Bud Light, cada ganador del premio seleccionará a una organización que ofrezca servicios a la comunidad hispana local para que reciba un donativo de $2,000. Bud Light reconoce de esta manera a 32 líderes sobresalientes en cada una de las comunidades con equipos de NFL con este premio, recalcó Margarita Flores, Vicepresidenta de asuntos comunitarios de Anheuser-Busch. Aplaudimos a los ganadores por su esfuerzo y por contribuir a mejorar sus comunidades. Barrales escogió a la Neighborhood House Association (Asociación de la casa del vecindario) para recibir esta donación. La Neighborhood House Association es la a- gencia de servicios humanos multipropósito más grande de San Diego. NHA ayuda a miles de individuos y familias a mejorar su calidad de vida y proveyéndoles de servicios sociales vitales para sectores tales como empleo, cuidado de salud, niñez, familia y ancianos. Para conocer más acerca de la San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce y la labor de Barrales, visite www. sdchamber.org.

3 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO OCTOBER 14, 2011 PAGE 3 Free trade Agreements (con t from page 1) Displaced Colombian farmers on the road looking for work in the sugar cane fields of Cauca. A Free Trade Agreement will increase the number of farmers displaced by grain and agricultural dumping from the U.S. ics in the south Bay. In the last decade alone we ve lost 6 million high-wage manufacturing jobs. Promise #2. Supporters promised a NAFTA labor sideagreement would protect the right to join unions and raise wages in Mexico. Just in the past two years, the Mexican government fired 44,000 electrical workers to destroy their union, and helped a giant mining company break a 4-year strike. NAFTA did nothing to prevent these or other violations of labor rights. Mexican wages have declined since the treaty took effect, producing more unemployed workers, more displacement and more forced migration. This will be the story in Colombia too, where over 2850 trade unionists have been murdered in the last 25 years. Just three weeks ago, Isidro Rivera Barrera, an activist in the Colombian oil workers union, was repairing a washing machine in front of his home in Barrancabermeja when a gunman jumped off the back of a motorcycle and shot him three times at point-blank range. The assassination followed a demonstration in which contract oil workers blocked roads and cut production in Puerto Gaitan for three days, while their Canadian employer accused them of being armed criminals. Colombian unions call the toothless side agreement proposed to protect their labor rights a fig leaf solely intended to ensure ratification. Union leaders in South Korea have also been arrested repeatedly and imprisoned. But there are no protections proposed at all for workers in South Korea or Panama. Caterpiller Corp., however, calls Colombia a good place to conduct business. Tech- America, which lobbies for Silicon Valley firms, says the Colombia FTA will give U.S. tech companies a competitive edge... while strengthening free markets, enhancing stability, and fostering democracy. Higher profits and a competitive edge don t ensure companies will keep jobs here. EPI s founder Jeff Faux says, As companies become multinational, whether they produce in America is irrelevant to their investors and top managers... Rather, these agreements provide global corporations with the opportunity to outsource production for the U.S. market. Workers and unions in the U.S., Colombia and South Korea all agree. The AFL-CIO s Rich Trumka says, We need to be creating jobs-not passing agreements that will offshore more jobs. We do not need a NAFTAstyle FTA, adds the Korean unions, calling it harmful not only for the Korean workers and working families, but for the workers and working families in the U.S. as well. Colombian unions call on the U.S. Congress not to approve the agreement. Congress should listen. Free trade treaties that throw more workers on the street, undermine labor rights and lead to forced migration, are political suicide for Democrats especially. Democratic candidates will need and look for workers votes next year. Regardless of promises about a stimulus or a new jobs bill, working families will not forget how they voted on these job-killing treaties. Reprinted from Truthout (http://www.truth-out.org) Powerful Slate of Workshop and Presentation at NAHP s Convention All-Things Digital and Social Media Workshops To Address Audience Engagement Las Vegas, Nevada The National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) announced today its roster of powerful workshops and presentations for its 26 th Annual Convention and Business Expo The Power of Hispanic Print: Innovating and Engaging Hispanic Audiences taking place at the newly designed Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada from October 19-22, Publishers will travel from across the country and Mexico to participate in the three-day conference, which will offer cutting-edge workshops and lectures from industry leaders and newcomers, touching on best practices, advertising, sales, news and social media for a rapidly-growing Hispanic audience. Kicking off the event is the presentation Path To Newspaper Survival in which Jessica Pantanini, Chair of Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies (AHAA) will moderate a panel of industry experts that consists of Randy Bennett, Newspaper Association of America (NAA); Cloves Campbell, President National Newspapers Publishers Association; and Alejandro Sanchez, Publisher Al Día Newspaper. A recent Pew Hispanic Study reports that Hispanic media is flaring better than mainstream publications and in this year s convention we want the theme The Power of Hispanic Print: Innovating and Engaging Hispanic Audiences to send a strong message that NAHP member publications are standing strong and keeping up with trends in the evolving media landscape, said NAHP President Clara Padilla Andrews. We are honoring the memory of Eddie Escobedo Senior, one of the founding members of NAHP and publisher of El Mundo, who passed away on October 2010 and who was an icon in Nevada s Hispanic and business communities, added Padilla Andrews. In the All-Things Digital workshop, sponsored by Verizon, Hilda Garcia, VP of Multiplatform Content and Information for ImpreMedia and John Jones, Vice President Advantage Newspaper Consultants will share their insights on mobile platforms, content integration and more. Every year the topic of social media is a publisher s favorite and making a comeback to the convention is the expert on the topic Manny Ruiz, founder of the annual Hispanicize event on blogging, social media and marketing. The Social Media workshop is sponsored by Microsoft and is a must-attend event in the editorial track. This year s convention will debut a special editorial and business track by Melanie Deal of the U.S. Census in which recent American Community Survey (ACS) results will be shared with the attendees of the workshop sponsored by NAHP Hispanic Boom Symposium Series. The convention all-time favorite advertisers roundtable consist of a two-part series in which corporations, media buyers and other attendees will learn in Part 1 The Power of Hispanic Print about recent trends and readership studies, followed by Part 2 Roundtable, in which corporations such as Pepsico, AT&T, MGM and others will have an opportunity to meet publishers and learn about their publications reach into the Hispanic market. The Latin Chamber of Commerce, Nevada and the National Hispanic Press Foundation are also partners in this year s convention. The National Hispanic Press Foundation hosts a one-day Student Voices in Media Day a journalism/publishing boot-camp for area university and high school students in conjunction with the NAHP convention. We want to thank our sponsors United Airlines, General Motors/Chevolet, AT& T, Verizon, Microsoft, MillerCoors, Goya, AARP, Ford and Sprint, to name a few, who believe in NAHP and support Hispanic media, added President Padilla Andrews. For more information, including the convention agenda, registration fees, sponsorship opportunities and exhibitor information, visit: Sabe usted que Walmart tiene esfuerzos para preparación de desastre y auxilio? Cuando los incendios arrasadores barrieron por el condado de San Diego en el 2007, Walmart siempre ofreció productos de primera necesidad, fondos y apoyo para ayudar a las comunidades y las familias necesitadas. Por medio de estos esfuerzos, la compañía desempeño un papel integrado al ayudar a los residentes de San Diego en volver a recuperarse y ponerse en forma. Estar preparado. A pesar de que un desastre es verdaderamente un evento devastador, la preparación para ellos es algo que puede ayudar ahorrar recursos y como también vidas. En el 2009, la fundación Walmart Foundation dio $5 millones de dólares a la American Red Cross para fortalecer los esfuerzos de preparación de desastre en el país. Actuar rápido. Si el desastre es un incendio, inundación o terremoto. Walmart y su Fundación son los primeros en la línea para dar la mano a las comunidades que servimos. En el período que siguió a los desastres, las necesidades básicas se convierten en primordial importancia y muchos de los productos de Walmart y Sam s Club que contribuyeron pueden salvar vidas. Dirigirse a necesidades locales. Cuando los desastres pegan, pueden tener tremendo impacto a una comunidad. En Walmart, tenemos la habilidad única de sacar de nuestros recursos y nuestra red logística para distribuir alivio y proveer inmediatamente a las comunidades en necesidad después de un desastre. Durante el 2007 los incendios arrasadores que golpearon a San Diego, Walmart dio $1.4 millones de dólares en fondos y recursos para apoyar las necesidades inmediatas y a largo plazo. Conoce a Walmart. Visita para más información

4 PAGE 4 OCTOBER 14, 2011 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO Chula Vista Friends of Odawara Celebrating Tomodachi Friendship Since 1981 LA COLUMNA VERTEBRAL El Soporte Informativo Para Millones de Hispanos Por Luisa Fernanda Montero Algo anda mal Pictured from left to right: Aiko Hillman, Michiko Delaney, Thelma Press, Terry Thomas, Chieko Campbell, Kimekomi Doll Making Teacher. By Prof. Terry Thomas Respirar aire limpio es una necesidad humana fundamental. Por desgracia, la exposición al humo de tabaco perjudica fuertemente a esta necesidad y tiene gran impacto en nuestra salud en general. Humo de segunda mano es el producto que sale de la punta encendida de un cigarrillo o producto de tabaco como un cigarro o una pipa. El humo exhalado por la persona que fuma, y que puede ser inhalado por las personas próximas a los fumadores que no están dispuestos a ser expuestos al humo. No existen niveles seguros de exposición al humo de segunda mano. Los Centros para el Control de Enfermedades estima que cada año, el humo de segunda mano es responsable de aproximadamente 3,400 muertes de los no fumadores por cáncer de pulmón en los Estados Unidos. La exposición al humo de segunda mano también es causa de infecciones del oído, los resfriados y otros problemas respiratorios en niños y adultos. Libre de Humo para todos los habitantes de San Diego (SFASD) en Caridades Católicas de la Diócesis de San Diego aboga por la adopción de políticas voluntarias libres de humo en el condado de San Diego lugares de adoración como un medio para avanzar aún más en la mejoría de nuestra calidad de vida mediante la creación de más ambientes libres de humo. Los líderes de la comunidad de fe a menudo son vistos como modelos a seguir y los principales defensores de la comunidad. Ellos son instrumentos en la promoción de la salud y el bienestar de sus congregaciones, así como otros sectores de la comunidad. Las organizaciones religiosas juegan un papel importante en nuestras vidas, ya que sirven como lugares de encuentro para la comunidad, atender a las personas necesitadas, y proporcionar a los fieles y otros This is a special time for the Chula Vista Friends of Odawara. During Chula Vista s Centennial year, we are also celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of our Sister Cities relationship. The Sister Cities relationship with Odawara was started in 1981 through the efforts of Mr. Sabouro Muraoka joined by the Yamamoto and Tachiki Families. Mr. Nick Slijk of the Chula Vista Chamber of Commerce, as well as the late Mayor Will Hyde and the Chula Vista International Friendship Commission. Odawara City is a charming, hospitable and historical city overlooking Sagami Bay in the prefecture of Kanagawa on Japan s coast near Mount Fuji and Hakone. It is a very special city, family oriented, friendly, historic, and beautiful. Every year, during Japan s springtime Golden Week, the entire city will go back in time in dress, ceremony, and parade with the famous Odawara castle in the background and beautiful bay, landscape, and natural beauty of the city to participate in a weeklong celebration of its history and cultural heritage. Chula Vista sister cities citizen-ambassadors have had the privilege of participating in this re-living of the past and amazing cultural experience for the past thirty years. The people-to-people relationship was greatly strengthened under former Mayor and current San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox. Official delegation visits to Odawara City were carried out by former mayors Gayle McCandliss, Shirley Horton, city manager John Goss, and Vice-Mayors Len Moore and Patty Davis joined by local members of the community. Chula Vista Mayor Cheryl Cox, City Council Members and the International Friendship Commission currently support our sister city programs in Japan and Cebu City, Philippines and provide links to other international friends, including former sister city with Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico. Mission TOMODACHI brings forth stronger grassroots involvement. In 1992, the Chula Vista Odawara Sister Cities Association or Friends of Odawara was founded in Professor Terry Thomas home grupos de un lugar de convocar durante la semana para los servicios y las reuniones. Una reciente encuesta de opinión pública mostraron que muchos residentes de San Diego están fuertemente a favor de ambientes libres de humo en los lugares de culto. El personal SFASD ha administrado 337 encuestas de opinión pública con los residentes en varios eventos comunitarios en el condado de San Diego. La encuesta se utilizó para determinar la voluntad de la gente para apoyar la adopción de nuevas políticas que la prohibición de fumar en los terrenos de las organizaciones de la comunidad de fe. Los resultados mostraron que el 85% de los encuestados estaban a favor de políticas que prohíben fumar en los terrenos de las organizaciones religiosas y en los eventos que albergan o el patrocinador. Ochenta y seis por ciento de los encuestados también afirmó que fumar debería estar completamente prohibido en lugares de adoración. Como resultado de estos hallazgos y los riesgos asociados con el tabaquismo, hacemos un llamado a los líderes de San Diego de la comunidad de fe para tomar una postura proactiva en la limitación de la exposición al humo de segunda mano de forma voluntaria designación de los terrenos de sus lugares de culto y eventos que albergan o patrocinador como libre de humo a todo momento. Iglesias, mezquitas, templos y sinagogas son mucho más que lugares de culto. A menudo son el centro de nuestras comunidades y ofrecen a residentes de San Diego con infinidad de servicios y oportunidades. Es imperativo que nos unamos para asegurar que nuestras comunidades tengan un futuro saludable, porque el derecho a respirar aire limpio trasciende todas las fronteras culturales, religiosas y filosóficas. with a core Steering committee that included Roy Muraoka, the late Doris Cox, a long time leader of sister cities relationships and international exchanges, and Johnny Dunkle. The grassroots Friends of Odawara was a response to their dedication to enhance the programs and to bring more opportunity and participation by members of the community and various institutions. It has been a flourishing people-topeople relationship ever since. The goal of our Tomodachi mission is to promulgate long-lasting friendship, understanding, cultural pride, and sharing with both regional and global friends in our Sister Cities and community. We are celebrating our 30th anniversary this year. A delegation of Odawarans is visitng Chula Vista this weekend, Oct. 14, 15, 16. A Meet and Greet reception will be held Friday, Oct. 14, from 5 to 7:30 pm at the El Primero Hotel on Third Avenue in Chula Vista. By Professor Emeritus Terry Thomas, President, Chula Vista Friends of Odawara Community advocate & public servant impassioned by sister cities goals. San Diego, Comunidades De Fe: Que Nos Guía Hacia Una Mejor Salud y Mañana Libre de Tabaco Este artículo fue posible de fondos recibidos por el Departamento de Salud de California, Sección de Control del Tabaco bajo contrato # Cuando familias enteras se ven obligadas a abandonar lo que han construido con el fruto de su trabajo honesto, para emprender un viaje incierto, algo anda mal. Cuando los niños se enfrentan al temor de verse separados de sus padres y sienten que sus derechos no cuentan, algo anda mal. Cuando la discriminación, el racismo y el odio se juntan para rechazar a todo un grupo por su religión, su condición social, su origen o su estatus migratorio, digan lo que digan, algo anda mal. La HB56, ley antiinmigrante aprobada en Alabama ha logrado que unos niños abandonen las aulas, que cientos de familias se vean obligadas a partir y que las manifestaciones de racismo se incrementen en un estado que a pesar de todo, necesita con urgencia la mano de obra inmigrante. Aunque el Departamento de Justicia, anunció la apelación del fallo de la jueza federal de distrito de Alabama Sharon Lovelace Blackburn, que le dio vía libre a la ley aprobada en ese estado, es evidente que la proliferación de leyes antiinmigrantes obedece a la inacción del gobierno federal. Mientras no se cumplan las fallidas promesas de aprobar una reforma migratoria que regularice el estatus de los Anúnciate en! Llámanos al: GRATIS!!! Asesoramiento en Ejecución Hipotecaria y para Compradores de Vivienda San Diego Home Loan Counseling Citas disponibles Sáb y Noches Llame 619 / o visítenos en: Someone you know is in love. To make an appointment call PLAN (7526) plannedparenthood.org Se habla Español Find us on Facebook: millones de inmigrantes que viven y trabajan en Estados Unidos, todos vamos a seguir perdiendo. Pierde el país que ataca su mano de obra en momentos de crisis económica y laboral, pierden los empresarios, granjeros y empleadores que dependen de los trabajadores inmigrantes que hacen lo que otros no quieren hacer. Pierde la comunidad hispana que además de enfrentarse a la rigidez de la crisis debe enfrentarse a la legalización de la discriminación y el racismo. Pero no hay que viajar muy lejos en el tiempo para saber que ésta no es la primera vez que los derechos civiles de los seres humanos se ven violentados en este país. Qué sería hoy por hoy de la comunidad afroamericana sin la lucha que por ella libraron hombres como Martin Luther King o mujeres como Rosa Parks? Dónde están nuestros líderes? Como hispanos no podemos permitir que se continúen violando nuestros derechos fundamentales. Siendo la minoría más grande de este país debemos unirnos para defenderlos. Es el momento de que todos aquellos que tienen la posibilidad de hacerlo se hagan Luisa Fernanda Montero ciudadanos. Solo a través del voto podemos decidir el futuro de nuestras comunidades e impedir que nuestros derechos se vean violentados. Si no actuamos, lo que hoy pasa en Alabama puede pasar mañana en su condado, en su localidad, en su estado. No podemos quedarnos de brazos cruzados mientras proliferan leyes, que como la HB56, permiten que se le pidan documentos a cualquier persona cuando exista una sospecha de que es indocumentada. De dónde viene la sospecha? De su color de piel, tal vez, o de la forma en que habla inglés? El miedo acorrala también a los pequeños ciudadanos estadounidenses que temen por sus padres, sus hermanos o sus amigos. Aun cuando las acciones del Departamento de Justicia en contra de la odiosa ley tengan éxito, y ojala así sea, algo anda muy mal en una sociedad que no puede garantizar el bienestar de todos sus miembros y en la que avanzan el odio, el racismo y la discriminación.

5 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO OCTOBER 14, 2011 PAGE 5 FIRST PERSON: Gorgeous Body But An Ugly Face To Protect It By Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez We recently had an opportunity to attend a national hair designer show and I have come to realize that contemporary hair care, traditionally for women and now for men, is becoming more and more of a science while remaining a multibilliondollar-a-year-industry. Experts say that the industry is almost recession proof and is one of the most expanding professions of the future. It seems that America and other industrialized nations have no shortage of ugly people who needs to be gussied up in order to find a mate, or whatever. I was reluctant to attend the conference with my wife, a San Francisco salon owner, because I feared the confab would be a trans-gender fun fest and I would be considered eye candy. Nothing could be further from the truth for a lot of reasons... most notably my looks. And the sharks were out in full force. I overheard one stylist saying about another as she walked by, She has a gorgeous body. Too bad she has an ugly face to protect it. I was also informed that: Shoes cannot be considered cute if they don t hurt your feet. The conference consisted of a series of workshops and booths selling the latest in high tech products for hair and skin care: shampoos, conditioners, gels, mud, spritz, and creams from around the world. I am now acutely aware that these products are our front line defense against age and public not-socuteness. This call to arms reminded me that politics is actually show business for ugly people. The convention center was filled with hundreds of very attractive women of all ages and nationalities. There were very few men. The ratio of women to men seemed to be 100 to 1. I suddenly realized that a straight male stylist is close to being a genius. The women took tremendous pride in looking hip and well coiffured. It seemed to me that they were dressed up to impress each other while some of the younger ones were, and I quote, Simply chewing it. Toe rings, streaked hair, navel rings... you already know honey. The show featured platform artists sponsored by Calderon (con t de página 2) regresan a este país desde México ha aumentado, debido a que muchos consideran que su hogar se encuentra ya en territorio estadounidense, publicó el diario. Bautizando esta tendencia como el inmigrante yo-yo, dice el periódico que los albergues ubicados en la frontera de México con Estados Unidos no están llenos de recién llegados sino various hair companies who, like Vegas lounge acts, demonstrated various haircutting techniques on stage - much like a performing artist with a purpose and a real job. They would cut long hair, straighten curly hair, curl straight hair, and razor-layercut stunned skinny models every which way but loose. Hair stylists have an important place in this society. Their influence is underrated. They, in many cases, act as hair therapists. A good hair designer can assess your skin tone, facial structure and eye color. Then that stylist can give you a look that will bring out your best attributes, even if you don t have any. The trend in hair-art these days is highlights for lowlife men and normal women: streaks of different colors that accentuate lift and/or soften your look. Cuts are now done in such a way as to create movement by looking disheveled while maintaining a precision cut line at the base. I also learned that the overall objective of the messy look is to give the appearance that you empirically happen to wake up gorgeous for no apparent reason. Here are some things you need to know: In order to do a perm, the hair needs to be wound around the curler more than once to curl. Perms are back for men in order to give hair lift - and, thankfully, no one is trying to bring back the Monte Rock afro. And always get one of the free gift bags and fill it up with as much free stuff as possible. Check me out! I am now a Pachuco Paul Mitchell! There seems to be a regional hierarchy when it comes to hair designers. And there are designer divas whose names are like royalty: Beth Manardi, Nick Chavez (whom I have interviewed) and many others that have literally invented new types of cuts and products that are copied around the world. Good hair does not happen by accident and a new look can actually make you feel better about yourself. These artists study geometry, physics, and color theory just so someone will dance with your plain- Jane-looking self at the club. There are different levels of hair artistry: beautician, hair cutter, hair stylist, hair designer, and platform artist. That being said, a haircut can run from $8 to $500 based on this formula. Needless to say, you get what you pay for. Fashionably late? Look again, honey If and since ones hair defines ones look, then clothes become secondary. In other words, fashion seems to work from the head down. The hair people seemed to be able to match their outfits to compliment hair and eye color. A good-looking, hip stylist who models his/her work is the best form of advertisement. So, if your barber looks like Anthony Weiner or your beautician like Jan Brewer, please don t hate. Spend a few bucks and go to someone cute. It s well worth the investment. de experimentados viajeros que asumen grandes riesgos para regresar con sus familias, al país que consideran su hogar. Y sigue: El 56 por ciento de los arrestos en la frontera en 2010 involucró a personas que ya habían sido previamente capturadas, mientras que el porcentaje era de 44 por ciento en Finalmente, Ha aumentado en los últimos años el número de deportados de Estados Unidos de personas que ya Organizaciones Católicas Hispanas Se Reúnen Para Discernir su Futuro, Fomentar La Colaboración y Fortalecer Estructuras Convocados por el Subcomité de Obispos para Asuntos Hispanos de la Conferencia episcopal estadounidense, el liderazgo de quince organizaciones católicas hispanas nacionales y regionales se reunieron en el Mexican American Catholic College (MACC) en San Antonio, Texas, los días 26 a 28 de septiembre con el propósito de identificar al liderazgo emergente así como fomentar la colaboración entre organizaciones y reforzar las estructuras existentes, especialmente aquellas que han sido particularmente útiles al crecimiento y desarrollo del ministerio hispano en el país. En la reunión se puso un énfasis especial en la necesidad de ayudar a que estas organizaciones logren la estabilidad financiera, mejoren su capacidad interna y tengan un desarrollo organizativo. El diálogo también incluyó a otras organizaciones católicas que se dedican a la organización y administración eclesial, a la pastoral juvenil, a servicios sociales, así como a instituciones de educación superior y fundaciones que ya están teniendo un papel importante en el desarrollo de liderazgo para el ministerio Hispano. Hoy día el ministerio hispano está presente en más de parroquias de Estados Unidos y el 85 por ciento de las 195 diócesis estadounidenses tienen un ministerio hispano organizado no cabe Bonita-Sunnyside Library to Host Healthcare Job Fair The Bonita-Sunnyside branch of the San Diego County Library and the South County Career Center will hold a job fair focused on employment opportunities in health-care. The job fair will take place on Tuesday, October 18 at the Bonita- Sunnyside Library, 4375 Bonita Rd, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is a great opportunity to explore careers in healthcare, and talk directly to employers. More than fifteen employers will be onsite, representing dozens of occupations in the medical field. They include Scripps-Mercy Hospital, San Diego County Health & Human Services Agency, Heritage Senior Care and Promise Hospital. To see the most upto-date list of participating employers, go to facebook.com/ southcountycareercenter. In addition, attendees will be able to have their resumes reviewed on the spot by Career Center staff. People considering a career change as well as those entering the work-force and current healthcare workers are encouraged to attend. Educational institutions such as Southwestern College School of Nursing and San Diego State University will be present to discuss the training required to make career transitions. This is an excellent way for people to assess the potential for careers in the fast-growing health care field, says Hildie Kraus, Branch Manager. And the resume review is a very practical aspect of the fair as well. Community Notes: habían sido expulsadas del país. Pa mí que la cosa se cae de la mata. El cero de Calderón ha de estar calculado sobre la base de que los deportados que regresan no cuentan. Como no estaban antes en México, sino en el gabacho, pues no hay que contarlos. Uno menos uno, igual a cero. Contacto Jorge Mújica Murias en Lincoln Acres Library staff member José Luis Rodriguez was murdered on November 23, 2007, just minutes before his eighteenth birthday. The community of Lincoln Acres and the Lincoln Acres Library staff honor his memory each year at the Celebration of Life. The Celebration is taking place on Saturday, October 22 from 1-3 p.m. at the Lincoln Acres Library, 2725 Granger Ave. This event is free and open to the public. This year s Celebration of Life includes a showcase of entertainment by local teens, including performances by Sweet and Easy Teen Shuffle, the teen rock band Yttrium, and Los Caporales de San Ysidro: Mariachi Juvenil. Other events include a Polynesian dance duda de que el ministerio hispano es una realidad en expansión en las iglesias locales, afirmó el obispo Joe S. Vásquez, en su discurso de bienvenida a los participantes. Mons. Vásquez es miembro del Subcomité para Asuntos Hispanos y está encargado de promover una de las prioridades del actual subcomité que es precisamente fortalecer las redes de trabajo del ministerio hispano. Estos dos días nos reunimos de nuevo en MACC para discernir las maneras más efectivas de seguir hacia delante. La contribución de sus organizaciones, tanto individual como colectivamente, es clave para el futuro del ministerio hispano y de la Iglesia Católica en Estados Unidos, dijo Mons. Vásquez. El cambio demográfico que se está dando en nuestro país y en la Iglesia estadounidense requiere que la comunidad hispana/latina de un paso adelante; esto quiere decir que hay que identificar a líderes y que se debe comunicar una visión si queremos que la comunidad latina verdaderamente desarrolle su potencial, dijo el sacerdote jesuita Allan Figueroa Deck, director ejecutivo del Secretariado para la Diversidad Cultural en la Iglesia en la Conferencia episcopal. Nuestra esperanza es ayudar a fortalecer las organizaciones que mejor atienden a las necesidades de los hispanos/latinos y a construir relaciones entre los líderes así como con otros grupos culturales. Los participantes compartieron éxitos y dificultades y se les invitó a discernir los pasos necesarios dentro de sus organizaciones para hacer posible que éstas estén a la altura de los nuevos retos y realidades. De este diálogo emergió la necesidad urgente de una colaboración más deliberada y estratégica. Dos presentaciones, una por parte de Robert McCarty de National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM), y otra de Michael Brough, National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management, ayudaron a establecer el marco para el diálogo subsiguiente. Las organizaciones hispanas abordaron la realidad de sus propias estructuras y cómo mejorar su capacidad interna, el desarrollo de liderazgo, el desarrollo o mejora de sus mesas directivas y la recaudación de fondos. El obispo Jaime Soto, presidente del Comité de Diversidad Cultural en la Iglesia expresó la necesidad de trabajar también con organizaciones no eclesiales y de identificar a líderes hispanos en diversas áreas que puedan ser invitados a servir de forma profesional o como asesores en diferentes estructuras eclesiales, mesas directivas, comités episcopales, etc. Tras la reunión, Alejandro Aguilera-Titus, director de la Oficina nacional para Asuntos Hispanos, que es parte del Secretariado de Diversidad Cultural, dijo que este encuentro marca un nuevo comienzo en el ministerio hispano en donde nuestras organizaciones se han comprometido a una colaboración más estrecha y al desarrollo organizativo estratégico. Aguilera- Titus, quien coordinó el evento, también señaló que la Asociación Nacional Católica de Directores Diocesanos de la Pastoral Hispana (NCAD-DHM, siglas en inglés), el Consejo Nacional Católico para el Ministerio Hispano (NCCHM, siglas en inglés) y La Red son organizaciones clave en el fortalecimiento futuro del ministerio hispano y su misión evangelizadora. Las ideas y recomendaciones generadas durante la convocatoria, y en subsecuentes discusiones dentro de cada organización participante, serán presentadas en la reunión del Subcomité para Asuntos Hispanos el próximo 13 de noviembre. El obispo Gerald Barnes, presidente del subcomité, afirmó que el fortalecimiento de las estructuras del ministerio hispano es prioridad para la Nueva Evangelización de millones de Hispanos católicos que esperan escuchar las Buena Nueva de Jesucristo en cada una de las 195 diócesis en Estados Unidos. Lincoln Acres Library Hosts Annual Celebration of Life in Honor of Staff Member Occupy San Diego (con t from page 1) San Diego. Over 1,500 people participated in a march that has now settled into the downtown San Diego s Civic Centers new tent city home. The number of people occupying the civic center plaza has become much smaller, but is attracting hundreds of people who are passing though to look in on the event, or give support. The event, according to San Diego police, has gone smoothly and without any major incidents or arrests. A man fell to his death from a nearby parking garage on the first weekend, it was not clear whether the death was an accident or suicide, but the event was not related to the protest. In New York, police have arrested hundreds of demonstrators; pepper sprayed bystanders, and ridden horses into the crowds. A minor outburst occurred at the SD Occupy when someone tried to bring in a wooden bookcase. Police blocked the man, saying that the fire marshals forbid any more furniture. Protesters surrounded police and began to chant We need more books! We need books. The situation was peacefully resolved when an exchange was made for a table. Inside the Occupy area, big office buildings, including the County Administration Building, loomed over the tents and tables. A 24 hour food station was set up, all food donated by generous people. according to servers. Organizers established a mini-infrastructure for the community, which included a children s area, a lost and found, a media center, a little library, a comfort center, where anyone could get free supplies or necessities, like an electric cord, candles, shampoo, and other items. A medical table offered on the spot treatment for minor cuts and scrapes, and was able to connect with ambulance or emergencies services if needed. Members of the National Lawyers guild, wearing lime green baseball caps, were present. Leaflets were available advising participants on how to handle themselves should they have an encounter with the police José Luis Rodriguez performance by the Monte Vista High School Polynesian Club, Supervisor Greg Cox presenting the annual José Luis Rodriguez Scholarship, face painting, craft booths, a community resource fair, and refreshments. Each year, the Friends of the Lincoln Acres Library offer a scholarship in honor of Rodriguez, and present it to a student at Sweetwater High School. Scholarship information can be found at sdcl.org/jlr-scholarship.html. The murder of Rodriguez remains a mystery, and a $50,000 reward is being offered for its resolution. Every year we invite the community to come together in celebration of a wonderful person. José was perpetually upbeat and loved helping kids and teens, said Branch Manager José Ocadiz. He continues to be an inspiration to us each and every day. People of all walks of life and ages strolled among the tents and displays. Representatives from different groups were present, such as the Zietgiest Group, the Socialist Workers Party, and the Cannibus Education Project. Seniors reminisced about the Woodstock Festival and the demonstrations of the late 60s and early 70s. Chet Bear BarField, 57, wore a Veterans for Peace t-shirt. Chet told La Prensa, I have lived here in San Diego and never saw anything like this. He added that he was proud of what was going on and that these young people have the courage to stand up! 72 year old San Diegan Jim said it is important for people to have a way to express them. He observed that the event was neat and orderly! Media team member Anthony told La Prensa: This is a completely functioning micro-society. What began as a community of strangers is quickly becoming a family. He added that we will stay here as long as it takes to achieve economic and social justice.

6 PAGE 6 OCTOBER 14, 2011 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO GUEST EDITORIAL: Draconian laws could disenfranchise 5 By David A. Love Voting is supposed to be a right in this country, but many states are sabotaging that right. According to a new report released by the Brennan Center for Justice, a number of states have passed new laws that block people from registering to vote. Some of these states have gone to ludicrous lengths to deny the franchise to their citizens. With 19 new laws and two executive orders in place across the country (and at least 42 bills still pending), it is clear that some lawmakers believe that too many people are voting. These laws could impact the voting rights of as many as 5 million people across the country. And the restrictions will disproportionately impact low-income voters, the young, people of color and those with disabilities. Those states that have enacted such laws account for 171 electoral votes in 2012, 63 percent of the 270 needed to clinch the presidency. Five states Kansas, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin have passed onerous photo ID laws. Alabama, Kansas and Tennessee have new proof of citizenship laws in place. And Florida and Texas have severely restricted voter registration drives or eliminated them altogether. Florida, Georgia and Ohio have also eliminated early voting, while Maine has ended Election Day registration. One victim of Tennessee s voter ID law is Dorothy Cooper, 96, who has been voting since her 20s. When Cooper, who is black, applied for a free state-issued By Salomón Baldenegro In Tea Party Republican Arizona, teaching Mexican American history is illegal because that history is purportedly un-american and foments the overthrow of the government. The shamelessness of people who rally under the Confederate flag a flag of treason, whose adherents renounced their U.S. citizenship, declared war on our country, and actually tried to overthrow our government! claiming our history is un-american is breathtaking. Let s look at a few instructive snippets from scholars regarding this subversive, un- American history: Carole Christian documents how during WW I Mexican Americans enlisted in great numbers, urged on by Spanish-language newspapers that reported the courage and sacrifice, sometimes of their lives, of these soldiers. Raúl Morín describes the immense contributions and bravery of Mexican Americans during World War II and in Korea. One chapter details how Company E, the All-Chicano Company, whose members won many medals for bravery, was instrumental in winning several major battles. John Culhane writes of the courageous WW II-Korea exploits of 57 Mexican American young men who lived on Second Street ( Hero Street ) in Silvis, Illinois, many of whom lost their lives and were awarded medals for bravery. According to the U.S. Department of Defense, this constituted the largest number of servicemen from the same ethnic group to come from any area of comparable size during these conflicts. Ricardo Santillán s Rosita the Riveter describes the contributions of Mexican American women who operated the factories, manufacturing ammunition and other war materiel during WW II. Christine Marín wrote about the Asociación million voters ID with an envelope of documents to verify her identity, the clerk denied her request. The reason: She didn t have her marriage certificate. And some states have made it more difficult to restore voting rights that were lost as a result of a criminal conviction. Florida and Iowa are particularly egregious cases of felon disenfranchisement. Gov. Terry Branstad of Iowa the state with the highest rate of black disenfranchisement in the nation has essentially wiped away, through an executive order, all voting rights for convicted felons. Gov. Rick Scott has done the same in Florida, disenfranchising as many as 1 million Floridians. The proponents of these draconian laws are Republican lawmakers. Their stated reason for pushing this legislation is that voter fraud is rampant. But that argument is disingenuous, as voter fraud is less common than being struck by lightning, as the Brennan Center aptly notes. Sadly, the real motivation for these laws is to win elections by eliminating large swaths of the electorate with the stroke of a pen. Students, the poor and the elderly of whatever color will have less of a chance to get into the voting booth. We must overturn these restrictions on the franchise. Nothing less than democracy is at stake. David A. Love is a writer based in Philadelphia, the executive editor of BlackCommentator.com and a columnist for thegrio. His blog is davidalove.com. He can be reached at reprinted from The Progressive (www.progressive.org) Mexican American History: A Patriotic History de Madres y Esposas (Association of Mothers and Wives) who developed a network of Victory Gardens so that the country s harvest could go to feed the troops, sold war bonds, collected and sold scrap metal, and picked cotton, donating the proceeds to the WW II war effort. Ralph Guzmán memorialized how Mexican Americans from southwestern states were 19.4% of Vietnam War fatalities but comprised only 10% of the population in those states. Proportionately, Mexican Americans surpass all other ethnic groups with respect to the number of Congressional Medals of Honor earned for valor in combat. After WW II, these patriotic men and women encountered No Mexicans Allowed signs in public places. Robert Oppenheimer describes a typical incident of a Mexican American WW II veteran, in his medal-decorated uniform, was refused service in a restaurant. White cemeteries refused to bury Mexican American veterans. Compare the decency of these patriots to the racism they faced: In Silvis, the home of Hero Street, Mexican American WW II veterans were not allowed to join the whites-only VFW chapter, but when the white VFW building was later razed and the members had no place to meet, the Mexican American chapter welcomed the displaced members to their chapter. It is a perversion and a libel of monumental proportions to categorize the history detailed above and similar historical dynamics regarding the immense economic, labor, cultural, political, educational, social, civil-rights, etc., contributions of Mexican Americans to our country as illegal and un-american. Especially by people who rally under the treasonous Confederate flag. Reprinted from Latinovations La Plaza Guest Blogger Spotlight (http://blog. latinovations.com/) The John & Ken Boycott is On! National Hispanic Media Coalition is moving forward after canceled meeting with Latino leadership By Elia Esparza The National Hispanic Media Coalition is moving forward with a boycott of the John and Ken Radio Show after KFI management canceled a meeting with the immigrant rights group. Latino leaders were surprised and disappointed with the Clear Channel representative s unwillingness to address the concerns of the Latino community. Clear Channel s refusal to face Latino leaders for a civil conversation about the ramifications of John and Ken s actions has left NHMC and its allies with no choice but to ask the show s advertisers to cease their support. Alex Nogales, President and CEO of the National Hispanic Media Coalition, received a surprise phone call from Greg Ashlock, the President and Market Manager of KFI and Clear Channel s other seven Los Angeles radio stations, cancelling the meeting he himself had scheduled and widely publicized on KFI s website. This cancellation is only one incident in Clear Channel and KFI s disappointing pattern of disregard for the Latino community, states Nogales. Clear Channel and KFI have proven that they are hate profiteers. Their refusal to face the music regarding John and Ken s egregious behavior shows us that they are not concerned with the people they harm but only their bottom line, he adds. According to Nogales, This is not the kind of response we would expect from responsible broadcasters. By their actions, Clear Channel and KFI have sent a strong message - they have blessed John and Ken s hate-filled rants while at the same time demonstrated their complete disregard to serving the Los Angeles community. Ashlock told the Los Angeles Times, I m more than happy to sit down with anybody who has concern and talk it out but we re not going to be held hostage to demands that are outlandish. This is the typical response when cornered to discuss the hate speech targeting Latinos on the John and Ken Show, state several Latinos in line at a Culver City theater to Latin Heat Online. Jose Hernandez, the farmworker who became a NASA astronaut, has announced that he is running for Congress in the Tracy/ Modesto area of Califas. Hernandez became known for his tweets in Spanish, while in space and his position on immigration reform once he was back on earth. By the way he has nearly 208,000 tweet followers who know him as Astro Jose. This will be one race to watch. Pregunta por Sweetwater Union High School Board president John McCann: when are you going to start the search for a new superintendent??? Recall election going on in Arizona where State Senator Russell Pearce who was the architect of SB 1070 the anti-hispanic legislation, at the time the harshest in the nation is in a close race. As a part of his strategy he corralled Olivia Cortes to run in order to draw votes from his main competitor, Republican Jerry Lewis who is a moderate. Cortes withdrew from the race after it was shown that there was collusion between herself and Pearce to draw Hispanics votes away from Lewis. So Pearce who is anti-hispanic is also a cheater. The election is Nov. 8. The advertisers that NHMC and its allies will be connecting with on behalf of the Latino community nationwide consist of on-air advertisements and official endorsements, which include such clients and brands: AT&T Wireless, Auto Insurance Specialist, Ayres Hotels, Cadillac, Cunning Dental Group, Jarvis & Krieger Attorneys at Law, Riverside Metro Auto Group, Saddleback Eye Center, Susam s Healthy Gourmet, The Bugman, and endorsements from Albertson s, Aquarium of the Pacific, BMW, Cars for Causes, Chevron, Citrix Go to my PC, Home Depot, Hyndai, Quicken, Ralphs, The Bicycle Casino, Verizon FIOS, and Vons. Call to Action: The National Hispanic Media Coalition is asking the Latino community to join in the Take John and Ken off the Air Campaign. Supporters are asked to call and write letters to Clear Channel, parenting company of KFI, as well as to join an online petition. Find all the information on NHMC.org. Hate Sample: The most recent example of John and Ken at their worst is their attacks on CHIRLA and its representative, Jorge-Mario Cabrera. On September 1st John and Ken began ranting about CHIRLA s support for the California DREAM Act. The duo provided Mr. Cabrera s office and personal cell phone numbers and encouraged their listeners to call and harass him. Mr. Cabrera proceeded to receive over 450 abusive and threatening calls. Many of the callers repeated John and Ken s exact words, and then wished death upon Mr. Cabrera and/or threatened his physical safety. And indeed, many callers directly referenced John and Ken in their nasty messages. According to Ashlock, Expressing your opinion is not a firing offense. KFI stands behind John and Ken and their right to speak their minds- opinions shared, incidentally, by over a million California listeners each week and protected by the First Amendment. For samples of John and Ken s incendiary rhetoric and of the calls Jorge-Mario Cabrera received, go to: Carl DeMaio is headed to Texas. To study job creation!!! Hey vato you don t need to go to Texas, what about all this talk about cutting back on spending doesn t it start at home. Why don t you just tweet, , or facebook them and ask your questions. Besides the only jobs Texas has created are minimum wage jobs. Maybe the real agenda is to find out how much more can be taken away from city employees, could be pensions aren t enough for DeMaio??? Ron Morrison, mayor of National City, hosted his state of the city address last week but was more like a street festival with lots of fun, food and friends and a bunch of sponsors. Looks like the city is up for sale with a carnival atmosphere with Morrison serving as ring master, with dignity out the window. Union Bank keep bugging el jefe to publicize their Hispanic heros in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. El Jefe finally had to tell them that he wouldn t/couldn t recognize someone he didn t respect. One of their heroes was Richard Nares (we like him) the other was Rachel Ortiz. Tijuana is hosting their 11th Annual Tequila Festival and Expo from October 14th to October 16 and will feature tequila experts and distillers who will give visitors the opportunity to sample over 400 different types of Tequilas. The festival takes place on the world famous Avenida Revolución.

7 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO OCTOBER 14, 2011 PAGE 7 Commentary/Opinion Page By Maria Cardona Why occupy? It s personal I appeared on a couple of segments on CNN this week where the topic was the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations. A question raised was whether this was political. The Republican/tea party spokesperson said yes, arguing that labor unions were behind it (in fact the labor unions did not join until this week). I said it was economic, but political in the sense that you have a political party the GOP entrenched with the wealthy and Wall Street while doing nothing to protect middle-class America. But I was wrong. It is not economic. And it is not political. It is personal. Executive pay is now about five times higher than it was in 1980, adjusted for inflation. The average salary for the rank-and-file American worker, however, is about the same as it was in Really? Does American exceptionalism exist only at the top 1% of our workforce? Did our CEOs really get 5 times better than they were in 1980 and our workers remain just hohum average? I don t think so. Neither does the rest of America. When there is this kind of disparity while these same CEOs are paying taxes at a rate lower than their secretaries, their receptionists, and the people who clean their offices, it is personal. When he was chair of the DNC, my former boss, the late Commerce Secretary Ronald H. Brown, used to say in his stump speech that we live in an era where the rich got richer, the poor got poorer, and the middle-class got squeezed. This was back in It could not be truer today. While President Obama has not done things perfectly, he has injected some fairness and balance into the economy to spur growth and job creation. More needs to be done, but his attempts have been met mostly by gridlock and a GOP that only wants to see him fail. In the meantime, corporate profits are at an all-time high, but corporations are paying lower taxes than ever before. Some aren t paying any at all. This week, we see banks tacking on extra fees which, contrary to what they argue, would lead them to 13% more in profits than they were making before the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act went into effect. At the same time, CEOs, while also making record amounts of money (the average CEO makes $11 million a year while the average person makes $40,000), have laid off millions of Americans while sending our jobs overseas. These are not nameless, faceless Americans. They are our neighbors, our friends and even our families. It is personal. Republicans continue to protect this twisted system. And to add insult to injury, Republican legislators and the GOP presidential candidates want to eliminate the protections the middle class gained from the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act passed by Democrats and signed by Obama. Does the crash of 2008 ring a bell? Are Republicans really advocating that the greed of Wall Street be put before the needs of the Por Humberto Caspa, Ph.D. El estado de Alabama volvió a mostrar su naturaleza intolerante. Fue uno de los bastiones de los Ku Klux Klan; ahora se ha convertido en la meca de la reacción antiinmigrante y el centro del racismo norteamericano. Algunos pasajes de su nueva ley estatal, HM56, vista en el microscopio político, es claramente inconstitucional. No solamente agreden los derechos civiles e individuales, sino que también violan los derechos naturales del ser humano. Seis años atrás, cuando escribí mi libro, Terror en el Barrio Latino: la llegada de la nueva derecha al gobierno municipal, lo hice con la intención de difundir la realidad social y política de la población latina en la Ciudad de Costa Mesa. Mi tesis central sostenía que el gobierno local pretendía expulsar de sus confines jurídicos a la gente latina y a sus familiares cercanos, muchos de ellos ciudadanos estadounidenses, a través de ordenanzas municipales radicales y racistas. En esos años, un grupo radical ultraderechista logró convencer a una mayoría del electorado local que la gente latina era causante de los diversos problemas sociales que afloraban en la ciudad. Asimismo, a los latinos nos etiquetaron con la palabra peyorativa de ilegal e inculparon a nuestros hijos por las bajas calificaciones en las escuelas del distrito local. De acuerdo a esta gente, todo lo malo era fabricado por los latinos, mientras que lo bueno tenía ascendencia y color anglosajón. Uno de los paladines del movimiento antilatino en Costa Mesa fue un comprobado racista y filósofo de la supremacía blanca Martin H. Millard. Este personaje no simplemente logró propagar sus ideas racistas en la ciudad, sino que el gobierno de la ciudad lo nombró como comisionado de una de las agencias American people? Yes, and here s why: In the 2010 election cycle, corporations spent over $275 million getting politicians elected and spent almost $3 billion lobbying them. While some of those donations went to Democrats, the vast majority went to Republicans. It s no wonder Republicans want less government accountability and more tax giveaways for billionaires and giant companies that s what their corporate donors demand. I, for one, take it personally. So does Obama. The second question I was asked this week was whether the demonstrators had a candidate in the race. They do. President Obama. He acknowledges Americans are angry. He knows times are tough and he continues to fight to restore some muchneeded protections for exactly the people in that crowd at Wall Street. He and Democrats want more balance in the system. One way of getting there is the Buffett Rule Obama s proposal, named after billionaire Warren Buffett, that those making more than $1 million pay a higher percentage of their income in taxes than the rest of us. Critics scream class warfare, and decry the attacks on the job creators, and cry socialism as they continue to preserve this unjust system that is giving rise to what could be a powerful and sustained movement. Here are my answers: Class warfare? You bet. As Buffett has said so eloquently, this country has been engaged in class warfare for decades, and guess what? His class won. It is now time to stand up and fight for fairness for the middle class and a balanced approach for working-class families, who have labored just as hard as America s top CEOs but have not had the same kind of increases in salary. On job creators? Who are they? The majority of job creation comes from our small businesses, none of which are raking in the salaries of the top 1% of wealthy Americans. So asking the top 1% of wealthy Americans to pay their fair share and pay at least as high a tax rate as their workers is not class warfare or an attack on job creators or socialism. It is in fact the American way. And America agrees. Meanwhile, in the greatest country in the world, Latino children now rank highest in child poverty rates. Latinos and African-Americans suffer from much higher unemployment rates than others. With all this taken together, is it any wonder that our masses could be giving rise to our own spring? While it is no Arab Spring, the movement is spreading. Not economic, not political, but personal. Republicans would do well to take it personally too. Maria Cardona is a Democratic strategist and a principal at the Dewey Square Group, where she founded Latinovations. She is also a former senior adviser to Hillary Clinton, and former communications director to the Democratic National Committee. Terror en Alabama municipales. En Arizona sucedió lo mismo. La ley antiinmigrante se difundió después de la movilización de grupos ultraderechistas y racistas. Su portavoz, el senador Russel Pearce, no tuvo ningún problema en asociarse con esta gente. El terror de Costa Mesa y de Arizona se dispersó a otros estados y ciudades. Recientemente el gobierno del estado de Alabama aprobó la Ley HB56. El contenido de esta ley es mucho más radical que las ordenanzas municipales de Costa Mesa y tiene mayor alcance aterrador que las leyes de Arizona. La ley HB56 convierte a los policías locales en agente migratorios. Es decir, un policía de Alabama tiene la capacidad de solicitar o exigir documentos migratorios a cualquier persona que vive en este estado. Por otra parte, la ley de Alabama prohíbe que los estudiantes indocumentados puedan proseguir sus estudios en las universidades estatales. Al igual que la truncada Propuesta 187 de California, la nueva ley de Alabama criminaliza a las personas que prestan ayuda o servicios a las personas indocumentadas. En este sentido, los grupos religiosos, las organizaciones no lucrativas y de caridad que trabajan por el bienestar del ser humano, son directamente penalizados. Finalmente, la nueva ley de Alabama exige a las autoridades escolares a reportar el número de estudiantes indocumentados. Así, la nueva ley de Alabama no es un accidente político. Sus leyes tienen bases sociales. Esas bases sociales todavía mantienen la mentalidad segregacionista de epocas pasadas. Humberto Caspa, Ph.D., es profesor e investigador de Ecomonics On The Move. El barullo de Univisión y el senador Por Rafael Prieto Zartha Tal vez yo fui el primero en expresar públicamente inquietud por los nombramientos de Isaac Lee y Daniel Coronell en la dirección del área de información de la cadena de televisión Univisión y los demás brazos en radio e internet del conglomerado de medios de comunicación. Al ser yo de origen colombiano, recibí una lluvia de críticas, por diferentes vías, de parte de mis connacionales, con términos que variaron desde la observación fraternal hasta el grito lacerante de apátrida. Mi preocupación con la designación nunca cuestionó los antecedentes periodísticos del par de lumbreras, sino la inexperiencia del uno en televisión y de ambos en la cobertura de la comunidad hispana de Estados Unidos. Le reiteré a Lee las razones de mi recelo personalmente, delante de un grupo de colegas, durante un encuentro imprevisto durante la conferencia de la Asociación Nacional de Periodistas Hispanos en junio pasado, en Orlando, Florida. Lee desdeñó lo que le dije, expresando que él llevaba muchos años viviendo en Miami, a lo que le respondí que el Sur de la Florida no era exactamente el reflejo más exacto de los latinos radicados en el país. Y es que Miami, aunque es el principal centro de información de habla hispana en Estados Unidos, sí es diferente. Es como el mundo de Alicia en el País de las Maravillas, que contrasta con la tensión a mil que se vive en el resto del país, donde la presión antiinmigrante ha sido agobiante en los últimos años, y que se siente lejana de Bayside, Coconut Grove y South Beach. Ahora estalló el embrollo de dimes y diretes con el senador federal Marco Rubio, que evidencia que la propuesta de cobertura de Lee, se mantiene por inercia en Miami. Además del escándalo del asunto de Rubio, los informes investigativos de Univisión han tenido como foco a Latinoamérica con tópicos pertinentes a Venezuela, Cuba y Bolivia. Desempolvar el caso de narcotráfico del cuñado de Rubio, ocurrido hace un cuarto de siglo, cuando el niño bonito hispano del Partido Republicano era un adolescente, fue una pifia. La telenovela posterior ha estado entre lo divertido y penoso: ASK A MEXICAN! By Gustavo Arellano SPECIAL BEST-OF EDITION Dear Readers: The Mexican doesn t want to take this week off, but has to because it s his mother periódico s Best Of issue and the Mexican is tasked with eating a thousand tacos in the search for the best one in Orange. I ll return next week, more panzón than ever in the meanwhile, enjoy these oldiesbut-goodies. And remember: A LA CHINGADA CON ALABAMA! Dear Mexican: What s up with all the elaborate wrought iron fences in the Mexican parts of town? It almost seems like everyone is trying to outdo each other with these amazing displays of metallurgy. Is it just another way to try to protect the cars parked on the lawn and keep the livestock from wandering off, or is it a pathway to instant respect and envy among the neighbors? WHrought Iron To Envy (WHITE) Guy Dear Gabacho: This is a question that fascinates even sociologists. At a 2005 seminar called The Latinization of American Culture, UCLA professor David Hayes- Bautista showed pictures of wrought-iron fences to describe what gabachos can expect when Mexicans move into their neighborhoods. But you can find the answer on the United States-Mexico border, WHITE: fences. Miles and miles of American-made fences. Triple-layered. Jagged. Deadly. That s our introduction to American society when we illegally enter los Estados Unidos.All Mexicans want to assimilate, so fences are usually the first thing we erect once we buy a casa: pointy, menacing bars wrapped with organic barbed wire like bougainvilleas or roses to keep the damn Mexicans at bay. And still as evidenced by the lemons stolen from my front lawn every night Mexicans jump them. What is it about the word illegal that Mexicans don t understand? D.G. Marco Rubio Que según el equipo del senador, Lee propuso que la historia del cuñado de Rubio tuviera un tono más leve a cambio de una aparición del político en Al Punto. Que de acuerdo con Lee, lo anterior no fue verdad. Que los candidatos presidenciales republicanos anunciaron un boicot a un debate televisado previsto por Univisión porque se intentó extorsionar a Rubio. Que la Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP) condenó el boicot de los aspirantes republicanos. Que Somos Republicanos de Arizona apoya a Univisión y condena a Rubio. Que Rubio, quien fue comentarista político de Univisión, dijo que pensaba que la cadena era profesional. Que los republicanos exigen disculpas y la cabeza de Lee. Que lo que hay de por medio es un cobro de cuentas por la defenestración de cubanos que trabajaban para la cadena por parte del nuevo equipo de colombianos. El tema ha sido tratado por periodistas tan serios como Manny García, ganador del Pulitzer, editor de El Nuevo Herald y presidente de la asociación de Periodistas y Editores de Investigación (IRE). Lee se habría ahorrado todos los problemas solo exponiendo ante la teleaudiencia de Univisión que es lo que piensa Rubio en materia de inmigración. La preocupación del senador por el dolor que la difusión de la historia de su cuñado le pudo causar a los suyos, es entendible. Lo que no comprendo es su indolencia con los dos millones de inermes jóvenes indocumentados que podrían beneficiarse con el Dream Act, que él no apoya. Lo que no puedo concebir es que descarte su respaldo a una reforma migratoria integral, que le aliviaría dolor a 11 millones de latinos, amenazados por la deportación. La fibra de compasión con los inmigrantes, que tradicionalmente ha caracterizado a los legisladores federales de origen cubano que han llegado al Capitolio en Washington, es algo de lo que carece Rubio. Rafael Prieto Zartha es el director editorial del semanario Qué Pasa-Mi Gente, en Charlotte, Carolina del Norte. Dear Gabacho: Take your pick, D.G. Mexicans don t understand the word illegal because: (A) when paying their gardeners, nannies, busboys and factory workers in cash (and forgetting to withhold payroll taxes), U.S. employers don t seem to understand the word illegal, so why should Mexicans? (B) The Anglo-American trappers and traders whom you and I were taught to admire as tough, self-sufficient frontiersmen and pioneers were among the American Southwest s first illegals. Who are you calling illegal, gabacho? (C) Presidente Bush s proposal to offer amnesty and a guest-worker program during his administration to all illegal immigrants a move designed to appease his supporters in the business community means even Republicans don t understand the word. (D) Whether they buy a fake passport or take a citizenship oath, Mexicans will never be more than wetbacks in the eyes of many Americans, so why bother applying for residency? (E) The Society of Professional Journalists just passed a resolution asking newspapers to require its reporters to describe as undocumented workers the men and women you call illegal. (F) Littleknown fact: the fragment of poetry on the Statue of Liberty ( Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, etc.) does not, because of a French engraver s error, include Emma Lazarus rarely cited footnote: No Mexicans, please. Fucking French. But the real answer is the word itself. Illegal is an English word; Mexicans speak Spanish yet you never hear Mexicans whine that their bosses don t understand such easy Spanish phrases as pinche puto pendejo baboso, do you? Ask the Mexican at be his fan on Facebook, follow him on Twitter or ask him a video question at youtube.com/ askamexicano!

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Garcia, 3129 Calle Abajo Spc #168, San Diego, CA Signature of Registrant: Melissa V. Garcia County SEP 28, 2011 Assigned File No.: a. PROMISES OF HOPE b. PROMISES, HOME CARE AND DOMESTIC SERVICES 2355 Grove Ave. #70, San Diego, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: Same 8/30/11 Carmen Estela Lugo, 2355 Grove Ave. #70, San Diego, CA Signature of Registrant: Carmen Estela Lugo County AUG 30, 2011 Assigned File No.: WHOLESALE ELECTRONIC 1228 Dennery Rd. 206, San Diego, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: 1228 Dennery Rd. 206, San Diego, CA /02/10 Claudia Isela De Lira, 1228 Dennery Rd 206, San Diego, CA Signature of Registrant: Claudia Isela De Lira County OCT 03, 2011 Signature of Registrant: Jaime Bibo-Lopez County SEP 16, 2011 Assigned File No.: RC TECHNOLOGY 72 East Queen Ann Dr., Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: Same Raquel Cardenas, 72 East Queen Ann Drive, Chula Vista, CA Signature of Registrant: Raquel Cardenas County SEP 19, 2011 Assigned File No.: SAN DIEGO PROPERTY PARTNERS 508 Concepcion Ave., Spring Valley, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: Same as above 4/12/2011 Kinong, INC., 5087 Concepcion Ave., Spring Valley, CA California Signature of Registrant: Joel Kinong, CEO County AUG 25, 2011 Assigned File No.: BLAKE S FAMILY CHILDCARE 4243 Bonita Rd. #16, Bonita, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: Same Laura Eloisa Blake, 4243 Bonita Rd. Apt. #6, Bonita, CA Signature of Registrant: Laura Eloisa Blake County SEP 20, 2011 Assigned File No.: ARCOIRIS CHILDCARE 615 Moss St. Apt. 3, Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: 615 Moss St. Apt. 3, Chula Vista, CA Margarita G. de Canta, 615 Moss St. Apt. 3, Chula Vista, CA Signature of Registrant: Margarita G. de Canta County SEP 20, 2011 PAGE 8 OCTOBER 14, 2011 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO REYNAGA ELECTRIC 327 Wingwood St., San Diego, CA, County of San Diego, Juan J. Reynaga, 327 Wingwood St., San Diego, CA Signature of Registrant: Juan Jose Reynaga County SEP 16, 2011 Assigned File No.: REYNAGA S FAMILY CHILDCARE 327 Wingwood St., San Diego, CA, County of San Diego, Husband and Wife 30/Nov./09 1. Yolanda Reynaga, 327 Wingwood St., San Diego, CAL, Juan Reynaga, 327 Wingwood St., San Diego, CAL Signature of Registrant: Yolanda Reynaga County SEP 16, 2011 Assigned File No.: MAYA CODEX Bitten St., San Diego, CA, County of San Diego, Jose Luis Lopez, 1141 Bittern St., San Diego, CA, Signature of Registrant: Jose Luis Lopez County SEP 06, 2011 Assigned File No.: a. KOPJE 9 HANDYMAN b. KOPJE 9 GARDENS 124 Timely Ter., San Diego, CA, County of San Diego, Alfonso Mejia Jr., 124 Timely Ter., San Diego, CA, Signature of Registrant: Alfonso Mejia Jr. County SEP 15, 2011 Assigned File No.: THE ATOMIC COFFEE HOUSE 2360 Reo Dr., San Diego, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: 2902 Morningside St., San Diego, CA Jaime Bibo-Lopez, 2902 Morningside St., San Diego, CA, Assigned File No.: JANITOR PROS MAINTENANCE th St., Imperial Beach, CA, County of San Diego, Albert M. Lopez, 7723 Young Ave., Rosemead, CA Signature of Registrant: Albert M. Lopez County SEP 27, 2011 Assigned File No.: a. LOGISTICS COLLECTIONS b. DAVO ENTERPRISES 651 Third Avenue Suite D, Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego, March 7, 2011 Luis Francisco Davo, 651 Third Avenue Suite D, Chula Vista, CA Signature of Registrant: Luis F. Davo County SEP 29, 2011 Assigned File No.: DAVO REALTY 651 Third Ave., Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego, ORGUT, INC., 4664 Villas Pl., Bonita, CA, 91902, California Signature of Registrant: Maria Luisa Ortiz, President County SEP 28, 2011 Assigned File No.: TWO HERMANAS 2260 Main St. Ste. 7, Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego, Elizabeth Egüez, 566 Galveston Wy, Bonita, CA Signature of Registrant: Elizabeth Egüez County SEP 21, 2011 Assigned File No.: LUIS HEATING & COOLING 2926 E. Division St., National City, CA, County of San Diego, Luis Eduardo Martinez, 2926 E. Division St., National City, CA Signature of Registrant: Luis Eduardo Martinez County SEP 22, 2011 Assigned File No.: AZUL DELIVERY 767 Marbella Circle, Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego, Husband and Wife 10/04/ Silvano Leyva, 767 Marbella Circle, Chula Vista, 2. Abi Leyva, 767 Marbella Circle, Chula Vista, Signature of Registrant: Abi Leyva County OCT 04, 2011 Assigned File No.: a. EMIGRATE AND REFERRAL b. GUIA A CIUDAD JUAREZ 17 East 2nd St., National City, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: P.O. Box 194, National City, CA Co-Partners Elena Salcedo, 17 East 2nd Street, National City, CA Teresa E Del Toro, 17 East 2nd Street, National City, CA Signature of Registrant: Elena Salcedo County OCT 11, 2011 Assigned File No.: a. JRT FASHION ENTERPRISES b. SPECIALTY MK GIFTS & CRAFTS 971 Vista Way, Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego, Rosa Lilia Muñoz, 971 Vista Way, Chula Vista, CA Signature of Registrant: Rosa Muñoz County OCT 12, 2011 Assigned File No.: FLOOR CREATIONS, INC Cabernet Dr., Chula Vista, CA, County of San Diego, Floor Creations, Inc., 1834 Cabernet Drive., Chula Vista, California 91913, California Signature of Registrant: Gustavo Morgutia, President County SEP 27, 2011 Assigned File No.: ANTONIO S TACOS, TAQUIZAS 2708 Highland Ave., National City, CA, County of San Diego, Mailing Address: 2708 Highland Ave., National City, CA /03/2011 Jose Antonio Carmona Ortega, 2232 D Ave. Apt. #104, National City, CA Signature of Registrant: Jose Antonio Carmona Ortega County OCT 04, 2011 Assigned File No.: REQUESTING PROPOSALS REQUESTING PROPOSALS NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF: ALBERT MUNOZ PR-LA-CTL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate, or both of: ALBERT MUNOZ A Petition for Probate has been filed by: SAGRARIO MUNOZ, in the Superior Court of California, County of San Diego The Petition for Probate requests that: SAGRARIO MUNOZ be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. The petition requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A hearing on the petition will be held in this court as follows: Date: NOV 03, Time: 1:30 PM. Dept: PC-2 Address of court: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO, 1409 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, California Branch: Madge Bradley -- Probate If you object to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. If you are a creditor or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within four months from the date of first issuance of letters as provided in Probate Code section The time for filling claims will not expire before four months from the hearing date notice above. You may examine the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for petitioner: James J. Blackburn, 3055 India Street, San Diego, CA PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE SUMMONS CU-PA-SC NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: LUIS NAVARRO YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF: JENNY PANTIG AND SIERRA MASI, by and through her Guardian Ad Litem, RIZALINA PANTIG You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after this summons and legal papers are served on you to file a written response at this court and have a copy served on the plaintiff. A letter or phone call will not protect you. Your written response must be in proper legal form if you want the court to hear your case. There may be a court form that you can use for your response. You can find these court forms and more information at the California Courts Online Self-Help Center (www.court.ca.gov/self help), your county law library, or the courthouse nearest you. If you cannot pay the filing fee, as the court clerk for a fee waiver form. If you do not file your response on time, you may lose the case by default, and your wages, money, and property may be taken without further warning from the court. There are other legal requirements. You may want to call an attorney right away. If you do not know an attorney, you may want to call an attorney referral service. If you cannot afford an attorney, you may be eligible for free legal services from a nonprofit legal services program. You can locate these nonprofit groups at the California Legal Services Web site (www.law helpcalifornia.org), the California Courts Online Self-Help Center (www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhlep), or by contacting your local court or county bar association. NOTE: The court has a statutory lien for waived fees and costs on any settlement or arbitration award of $10,000 or more in a civil case. The court s lien must be paid before the court will dismiss the case. The name and address of the court is: Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, South County Division, 500 3rd Avenue, Chula Vista, The name, address, and telephone number of plaintiff s attorney, or plaintiff without an attorney, is: Joseph A. Howell, Law Offices of Joseph A. Howell, 7855 Ivanhoe Avenue, Suite 408, La Jolla, CA Date: SEP 13, 2011 Clerk, by L. AMEZCUA, Deputy NOTICE TO THE PERSON SERVED: as an individual SUMMONS HDR Engineering, Inc. is Seeking Qualified SLBE/ELBE Subconsultants for: City of San Diego Design of Miramar Clearwell Improvements Owner: City of San Diego Engineering & Capital Projects Department Location: City of San Diego PROPOSAL DUE DATE: November 10, 5:00 PM PDT Qualifications will be accepted until 5 PM PDT on Thursday, October 27, Seeking SLBE/ELBE subconsultants in the areas of work included in, but not limited to, those listed: Hydraulics, Traffic Studies and Design, Value Engineering, Architecture, Electrical Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Paving and Street Design, Instrumentation and Controls, Cost Estimating, Project Controls, Environmental Services, Biological Surveys, Public Outreach, Noise Consultant, Geotechnical Analysis Seismic Updates Qualified firms are encouraged to participate in this project by submitting a letter of interest, which should indicate which service(s) your firm provides, and one qualifications package by 5 PM on Thursday, October 27, 2011, to: Kelly Placilla HDR Engineering, Inc Balboa Ave, Suite 200 San Diego, CA Phone: Fax: Contact: Kelly Placilla, HDR Engineering, Inc. intends to seriously consider all proposals for participation on this project. 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9 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO OCTOBER 14, 2011 PAGE 9 Too Many Miscues Doom Aztecs Against TCU By John Philip Wyllie It was déjà vu all over again last weekend for the now 3-2 SDSU Aztec Football Team. Playing against an acknowledged tough opponent, TCU, (4-2) the Aztecs came up with an error-filled, lackluster performance and ended up on the short end of a score. Earlier this season the Aztecs tried and failed against a similarly talented team (Michigan) by aiding and abetting that opponent with costly turnovers. For the second outing in a row senior quarterback Ryan Lindley (15 of 41 with 3 Ints.) was not on the same page as his receivers often throwing behind them, over them or to the opposition. The running game was not much better. Keying on sophomore sensation Ronnie Hillman, the TCU defense limited the Aztecs to just 109 yards on the ground and held Hillman to a meager 2.8 yards per carry and a very costly fumble. While the TCU Horned Frogs are not the highly-ranked juggernaut that they were last season, they were plenty good enough to handle the charitable Aztecs as the Horned Frogs continued their successful defense of last year s Mountain West championship. Their fleet-footed receivers, Antoine Hicks and Josh Boyce toasted the Aztecs secondary for 189 yards and 2 TDS. Horned Frogs running backs Ed Wesley and Matthew Tucker combined for 218 yards on the ground and one score. Barrales donates Charger contribution to NHA (con t from page 1) munity at large. During the game, which the Chargers won, Qualcomm Stadium was filled with Mexican flavor with halftime performances by Mariachi Real de San Diego and traditional ballet folklorico dancers from Chula Vista. That day, Barrales twitted: & NFL for honor today. Nice victory, too! Gracias, Chargers! With the award, Bud Light will donate $2,000 to a local Hispanic community organization of Barrales choosing. Barrales has chosen the Neighborhood House Association to receive this donation. The Neighborhood House Association is San Diego s largest multipurpose human services agency, providing employment, health care, child, family and senior services. Barrales has previously served as president and CEO of Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network in San Jose, Calif. He has also served as deputy assistant to former President George W. Bush and as director of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. In 1992, he became the first the first Hispanic elected to the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors. Bud Light is recognizing 32 great leaders in each of the 32 NFL cities with this award, All in all, it was a rather disappointing outing for the Aztecs. They got off to the same slow start that they limped to against Michigan. The out of sync offense had a hard time staying on the field. This put additional pressure on the defense. By half-time, the Aztecs had fallen behind The Horned Frogs added a third period field goal to make it 20-0 before the Aztecs could finally get on the board. With 5:29 left in the third period towering tight end Gavin Escobar got the Aztecs going when he muscled a 16-yard pass away from several TCU defenders. An impressive catch and run by Escobar during the Aztecs next offensive possession helped set up their second touchdown. When little-used fullback Chad Young scored on a short 4-yard touchdown pass early in the fourth quarter to close the gap to 20-14, Aztec fans could sense a momentum shift. Their optimism turned out to be short lived. On their next offensive series, Aztec quarterback Ryan Lindley served up his third interception of the day. Shortly thereafter, the Horned Frogs took that gift and converted it into another touchdown. With the score then and the clock winding down, the Aztecs were doomed to their second consecutive defeat. The Aztecs played a rare Thursday night game last night against Air Force (3-2). They return to the Q to take on Wyoming on October 7:00 p.m. For tickets and information visit: said Margarita Flores, vice president of community affairs for Anheuser-Busch. We applaud all the recipients for their work in making a difference in and improving their local communities. The NFL celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month during the third week of the 2011 season. To learn more about the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and Barrales s work, please visit Sockers Face Anaheim in Season Home Opener The San Diego Sockers PASL- Pro schedule was announced on Tuesday morning, featuring a season-opening home-andhome contest with the expansion Anaheim Bolts. The season will begin on November 12th at the Anaheim Convention Center, as the Sockers take on the Bolts in their inaugural PASL-Pro game. One week later, November 19th, the two teams will meet again at the Del Mar Arena in the Sockers 7:05pm home opener. The Sockers, who went 19-2 on route to their second consecutive PASL-Pro Championship and twelfth major indoor title, will host Anaheim, Tijuana, Phoenix, California, Tacoma and Chicago, as well as a U.S. Open Cup opponent yet to be determined, on their nine-game home schedule at the Del Mar Arena. The PASL-Pro is growing and getting better year by year, said Sockers general manager John Kentera in reaction to the schedule release, We look forward to creating new rivalries with Anaheim and Phoenix which we think our fans will enjoy. San Diego s road schedule includes Western Divison trips to Anaheim, Tijuana (twice), The Chula Vista challenge Olympic Distance Triathlon The City of Chula Vista welcomes Chula Vista Challenge Olympic Distance Triathlon on Sunday, October 16. Approximately 400 participants and spectators from across the San Diego region and Mexico will participate in the first time event. The time qualifying event consists of three races in swimming, biking and running. The Season Tickets Start at $99 Phoenix (twice),tacoma and California, as a trip to the Windy City to face the Chicago Riot, who moved from the MISL to join the PASL- Pro this season. In addition, the Sockers will square off against teams from Liga Mexicana de Futbol Rapido in a tournament February 3rd- 4th in Monterrey, Mexico. The PASL-Pro Finals will be held at the Del Mar Arena this season, with the semifinals on March 9th and the league championship game on March 10th. As usual, our schedule includes a number of travel challenges and there will be no easy stops, said Kentera, We are excited about separating the international games from our league championship. We hope to represent the PASL-Pro well in Monterrey, but our overall goal is to hang another championship banner at Del Mar Arena. The Sockers will reveal their twelfth championship banner and the players will receive their new rings in ceremonies prior to the home opener on November 19th. Tickets, including season and single-game tickets, are available for the upcoming season by calling (866) 799-GOAL, or by visiting triathlon will begin with a 1.5 k swim in San Diego Bay off Bayside Park in Chula Vista at 6 a.m. The race will immediately continue with a 40k bike course through Chula Vista, down Main Street continuing through the EastLake area. The running portion starts at Salt Creek Recreation Center through the local trails of the Wueste Road area and through the Olympic Training Center and ends back at the Salt Creek Recreation Center for a Finish Line Expo SDSU GOAZTECS.COM COM ~ ~ ~ LEGALS * * CLASSIFIEDS * CU-PT-EC SONS: Petitioner: GUILLERMO GOMEZ JR., filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: GUILLERMO GOMEZ JR. to GUILLERMO GOMEZ MONTES Date: DEC 07, Time: 8:30 AM Dept: E-14. Room: 4th Floor of San Diego, 250 E. Main, El Cajon, CA 92020, East County Regional Center, 651 Third Date: SEP 16, 2011 PETER C. DEDDEH CU-PT-SC SONS Petitioner: MERCEDES CRUZ LUPE LOZANO GARCIA, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: MERCEDES CRUZ LUPE LOZANO GARCIA to MER- CEDES CRUZ GUADALUPE LOZANO GARCIA Date: Time: 8:30 AM Dept: 4. Room: 2 nd Floor of San Diego, South County Regional Center, 500 Third Avenue, Chula Vista,, 651 Third Date: SEP 27, 2011 WILLIAM S. CANNON CU-PT-CTL SONS: Petitioner: ABDINASIR ADAN / HAWA MAANE, on behalf of ALIYAH ABDINASIR ABDULAHI, a minor, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: ALIYAH ABDINASIR ABDULAHI to AMIRA ABDINASIR ABDULAHI above must file a writ- ten Date: NOV 15, Time: 8:30 AM Dept: 8. of San Diego, 220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101, 651 Third Date: SEP 27, 2011 KEVIN A. ENRIGHT CU-PT-SC SONS Petitioner: MONIQUE NIKOLE WIRTS-ZUNIGA, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: MONIQUE NIKOLE WIRTS- ZUNIGA to MONIQUE NIKOLE ZÚÑIGA Date: Time: 8:30 AM Dept: 4. Room: 2 nd Floor of San Diego, 500 Third Avenue, Chula Vista, South County Regional Center, 651 Third Date: SEP 30, 2011 WILLIAM S. CANNON CU-PT-SC SONS Petitioner: DANIELLE ANAY WIRTS-ZUNIGA, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: DANIELLE ANAY WIRTS- ZUNIGA to DANIELLE ANAY ZÚÑIGA Date: Time: 8:30 AM Dept: 4. Room: 2 nd Floor of San Diego, 500 Third Avenue, Chula Vista, South County Regional Center, 651 Third Date: SEP 30, 2011 WILLIAM S. CANNON CU-PT-CTL SONS: Petitioner: OSHA JOHNSON, on behalf of ALAYASIA MARIE LEE, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: ALAYASIA MARIE LEE to ALAYASIA MARIE LEE-JOHN- SON Date: NOV 16, Time: 8:30 AM Dept: 8. of San Diego, 220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101, 651 Third Date: OCT 04, 2011 KEVIN A. ENRIGHT CU-PT-CTL SONS: Petitioner: ANA SANDOVAL, on behalf of JESUS HERIBERTO LOPEZ, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: JESUS HERIBERTO LOPEZ to JESUS SANDOVAL Date: NOV 16, Time: 8:30 AM Dept: 8. of San Diego, 220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101, 651 Third Date: OCT 03, 2011 KEVIN A. ENRIGHT CU-PT-CTL SONS: Petitioner: RITA MONTES, on behalf of EMMANUEL MONTES, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: EMMANUEL MONTES to EM- MANUEL ANTHONY COLLINS Date: NOV 09, Time: 8:30 AM Dept: 8. Room: 2 nd Flr. of San Diego, 220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101, 651 Third Date: SEP 26, 2011 KEVIN A. ENRIGHT Anúnciate en La Prensa San Diego! Electronics SENIOR SCADA/ INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIAN ($ $45.70/hr) SCADA/INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIAN ($31.58 $39.48/hr) Seeking an experienced and highly skilled electrical, electronic, and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Technician with knowledge of design and software programming of SCADA systems. Please visit our website www. otaywater.gov or call the job line at for requirements. Online Application required. 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10 PAGE 10 OCTOBER 14, 2011 LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO COOKING WITH THE DUTCHESS: By Hanneke Eerden Today: Spinach Gratin! Spooky Decor Up in Old Town to Get Visitors in The Halloween Spirit Halloween décor including Día de los Muertos altars will be up starting mid-october. Old Town will have more than 30 altars for visitors to see as well as harvest decorations and carved pumpkins. What is sure to be a sight to see is six, life-size Catrina dolls (pictured) right outside of Fiesta de Reyes in Old Town San Diego State Park. On Oct. 29, Old Town San Diego State Historic Park will celebrate fall a la San Diego in the 1870s with a Fall Festival featuring crafts, pumpkin carving, special folklorico performances, and music. On Oct. 31, ghosts and goblins of all ages are invited for complimentary trick-or-treating from 4 to 6:30 p.m. On Nov. 1 and 2, the Día de los Muertos celebration will feature altar tours, sugar skull decorating, face painting, educational demonstrations and live music. For more information, visit fiestadereyes.wordpress.com/. The Haunted Trail of Balboa Park and The X-periment Located in the world famous Balboa Park, The Haunted Trail is San Diego s only all outdoor haunted attraction, with two attractions at one location. The Haunted Trail is the main event and will feature a separate maze, The X-periment. The Haunted Trail is a stroll through the park you will never forget. Enter the mile long Trail through the twisted grove of pines and gnarled oaks. Visitors watch your back, you ll never know which way the terror will hit you. True to form, the Trail is not for children under 10 or the faint of heart. Experience an outdoor terror that is simply too big to house indoors. For a few extra bones you can experience over 3500 square feet of freak infested terror by entering The X- periment. The X-periment is a new maze at the Trail this season. Find out what happens when Mother Nature takes her eye off the ball for just a bit. When the sun goes down since September 23 rd through October 31 st new scares invade. Hours are: Sunday, Wednesday, and Thursday 7pm to 11pm Friday and Saturday 7pm to 11:45pm (Closed Mondays and Tuesdays except for October 24 th and 25th) The Haunted Trail of Balboa Park is located at Marston Point, just east of 6 th and Juniper. Street in the Park. Tickets are $14.99 on weeknights and $16.99 on Friday and Saturday nights. And for five extra bones get our newest standalone maze The X-periment with no extra wait for the Trail. Buy tickets online at edtrail.net. Opening night For more information call SCARE. The Haunted Trail It s no walk in the park. Hanneke Eerden Today on the menu: spinach gratin! First, I love gratins, probably because I like cheese and cream, and second because you can vary with lots of ingredients. This time I ve choosen for spinach. It s a great side dish for steak, pork or even fish! Spinach is known for it s high nutritional value and contains lots of vitamins. Especially vitamin A and it is a good provider for iron. But above all, spinach is delicious! I use it a lot, for example in lasagna, or like now, as a side dish. And have you ever tried a spinach dip with cream cheese? That is a winner! Or how about a spinach pie with goat cheese? I m on a roll now! Let me know if you want to know more about these recipes! But wait, did I said delicious?? Hmm time changes everything, because when I was a little Dutchess I really disliked spinach! Later I learned to eat it, but still it wasn t one of my favorite choices of vegetables. Then I learned that spinach with cream tasted much better (doesn t anything with cream tastes great?!) and I learned that I liked it in combination with braised beef, but never used fresh spinach. There was always the frozen spinach, ready to eat once heated. Can t remember when the tide turned, but it did, and fresh spinach can now be found on a regular base in my fridge! One thing you have to keep in mind. You can t make this in advance. Never reheat the spinach once it s cooked, boiled or steamed. But this recipe is easy to make so that won t be problem. During the time it s in the oven, you can prepare the rest of your meal. As I said, I served this as a side dish, the rest of the meal consisted of a creamy tagliatelle pasta with grilled salmon. A perfect combination! The recipe: 1 lbs fresh spinach 3 tablespoons butter 1 garlic clove 1 teaspoon dried chili flakes (use more if you like it hot!) Pepper Salt 1/3 cup heavy cream 1 cup fresh parsley, coarsely cut Dried breadcrumbs (I used Panko) 1 cup grated cheese (I used Parmesan cheese and smoked Gouda) 2 tablespoons butter, cut into little pieces Preheat the oven to 425F. Wash the spinach and if necessary discard thick stems. I bought young spinach, that doesn t have too thick stems). In a large wide pan, melt the butter and add the mashed garlic. Add the chili flakes. After one minute you can add the spinach (make sure it s drained very well!). Keep stirring until the spinach is wilted (if necessary you can discard some of the liquid in the pan). Add the cream and the parsley. Add pepper and salt to taste. Butter an oven tray and ladle the spinach into the tray. Sprinkle with the breadcrumbs, then the cheese and divide the butter pieces over the top. Put it in the oven for about 25 minutes or until the cheese has melted and has a nice color (the time depends on what kind of cheese you re using, keep an eye on it!) As always ~ Bon Appetit! Hanneke Eerden - The Dutchess Cooks. Cooks.com SUBSCRIBE TODAY TO LA PRENSA SAN DIEGO Receive at your home or office every week. Receive your copy within two working days with a $100 per year First Class mail subscription. Yes! Enter my subscription to! [ ] Send it by First Class mail. 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