1 VIDA FOR 29 YEOVER A OUR SERVIN RS G C OMM UNIT Y SECTION SECTION B IN OUR COMMUNITY (805) VIDA NEWSPAPER PAGE B1 Oxnard Multicultural Festival File Pictures Plaza Park was packed Saturday with parents and their children for Oxnard s 17th annual Multicultural Festival. The celebration of Oxnard s multi-ethnic heritage from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Spotlighting that heritage was the section with international booths each representing an ethnic group that played a role in Oxnard and Ventura County s history, with displays spelling out the contributions made by the Portuguese, Chinese, Germans, Greeks, Africans, French, Japanese, Irish, Mexicans and English as well as the Chumash. Oxnard with over 200,000 residents is composed of over 75% Hispanics. Among the people with connections to Oxnard highlighted were Dr. Manuel M. Lopez first Hispanic Mayor, William Du Chin Soo Hoo, who attended Oxnard schools and operated Madame Soo Hoo s Oriental restaurant before entering politics to become Oxnard s first Asian mayor; and Sam McVey, a heavyweight boxer whose boss at a local livery stable, Billy Roche, was also his manager for 63 fights that included a one against Heavyweight Champion Jack Johnson. A number of businesses and non-profit organizations were Police search for Oxnard stabbing... Continued from page A1 leased, exited his vehicle and a fight ensued. During the fight the victim noticed that he had been stabbed. The suspects fled the area on foot and the victim s wife drove him to the hospital, police said. The victim was treated for minor to moderate stab wounds. Medical officials confirmed his wounds are not life threatening. Authorities urge anyone who may have any information related to this incident to please contact the Oxnard Police Department at (805) If you wish to remain anonymous, you may call the Violent Crimes Hotline at (805) or Ventura County Crime Stoppers at (800) PARA SECRETARIO MUNICIPAL DE OXNARD represented at booths, including Santa Barbara Business College, FoodShare and Western Federal Credit Union. First Church of the Nations and Home Depot members were on hand with bottled water and Home Depot staff held workshops on simple do-it-yourself home repairs. City and county offices were also represented, including the Oxnard Library and the Elections Division of the County Clerk s office. We re doing voter registration, answering questions, basically bringing our office out here to the public, explained Daniel Chavez, who ran a booth with program supervisor Judith Palafox Rodriguez. Music was provided by several bands including Mestizo, bringing its West Coast Salsa and Latin rhythm and blues style to the festival for the first time. Performances by Chuchumite and The Bomb were also a success. It really made the attendees jump and scream. The Kids Korner featured handson arts and crafts, including Japanese fish kites and Day of the Dead masks; a clown, bounce house and miniature train rides. Oxnard City Recreation and Community Services staff provided arts and crafts and face painting.
2 VIDA NEWSPAPER Page B2 Centennial Plaza to showcase monthly live music series Downtown Oxnard s emerging arts district, Centennial Plaza, at Fifth and B Streets, launches the Oxnard Music Walk series this Saturday, a free series of live musical performances from popular local artist. Beginning Saturday night, October 13th and recurring on the second Saturday monthly the series will feature live musical performances from popular local artists. First on stage is hip-hop/neo-soul favorite LG and Unwritten. The free concert will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Centennial Plaza clock tower, just outside Starbucks (241 W. Fifth St). LG and Unwritten is a Ventura County-based band lead by Lyrically Gifted, a multi-talented MC, producer and promoter, known throughout the 805 music scene for dynamic lyrics, smooth rhythms, and eclectic performances. The band has also played in top regional venues such as Universal City Walk, the Whisky A Go-Go, and the Hollywood Key Club. The Oxnard Music Walk series is a collaboration of Multicultural Community Ventures Initiative and Incog Productions in associa- tion with CP Live, a new outdoor performance venue at Centennial Plaza in Downtown Oxnard. This project will benefit local residents and support the City s goal of building multicultural relationships, said Jim Gilmer of MCVI. Our collaborative vision begins with a commitment to support the arts. This project brings together local musicians, artists, small business and community leaders. The public is invited to enjoy the musical ambiance and art displays from local college students including works from Cal State Channel Islands University and Oxnard College. Restaurants within Cen- tennial Plaza will be offering food and drink specials all evening long making it a great date night and family outing. About the Oxnard Downtown Management District: The Oxnard Downtown Management manages a Property-based Business Improvement District (PBID) encompassing 40 blocks, established in The PBID has helped fund key programs for the revitalization of downtown such as maintenance, public safety, image enhancement, marketing & promotions, and streetscape improvements. PBID programs have helped attract new businesses and investors back to downtown. Apoyado Por La Policía Vote Por Richard CARRILLO Para El Concilio De Port Hueneme Anuncio Político Pagado Por: Carrillo For Port Hueneme Council 2012 ID# STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is DATAPRO BILLING SERVICE 893 HARPER ST KRISTA DENNIS 893 HARPER ST on 06/20/2002. This statement was filed with on August 30, /s/ KRISTA DENNIS OWNER STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is M VENTURA TRUCKING 270 SIERRA AVE. MOORPARK, CA ANTONIO MANUEL VENTURA 270 SIERRA AVE. MOORPARK, CA on 8/23/07. This statement was filed County on September 06, /s/ MANUEL A. VENTURA STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is ESPINOZA FAMILY CHILD CARE 934 S K STREET MARIA LUISA ESPINOZA VASQUEZ 934 S K STREET on This statement was filed County on AUG 28, /s/ MARIA LUISA ESPINOZA VASQUEZ STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is P & F MAINTENANCE 691 LARCHMONT ST RYAN JAEGER 691 LARCHMONT ST on 08/28/2012. This statement was filed with on AUG 28, /s/ RYAN JAEGER STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is P.ROD DELIVERY SERVICES 1909 CESAR CHAVEZ DR PABLO GUTIERREZ 1909 CESAR CHAVEZ DR on September 14, /s/ PABLO GUTIERREZ STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is ALDEN HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONALS 5725 CHERRY RIDGE DR CAMARILLO, CA BRYAN ALDEN COX 5725 CHERRY RIDGE DR CAMARILLO, CA on August 30, /s/ BRYAN ALDEN COX OWNER STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is UNIQUE AUTO CENTER 1205 N. OXNARD BLVD STEVEN DALE SCHOONOVER ROSITA RD SANTA ROSA VALLEY,CA on 9/12/2012. This statement was filed with on September 13, /s/ STEVEN KALE SCHOONOVER OWNER STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is IMPERIAL KUTZ BARBERSHOP 1429 S. OXNARD BLVD. LETICIA R GARCIA 5222 JEFFERSON SQUARE on 9/17/2012. This statement was filed with on September 17, /s/ LETICIA R. GARCIA STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is RESTAURANT AND NIGHT CLUB LA CITA 441 W. HUENEME RD. JOSE ROMO 8912 MARK AVE. LAMONT CA on 9/1/12. This statement was filed County on September 05, /s/ JOSE ROMO OWNER name statement generally ex- pires STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is DCS 5699 KANAN RD. #151 AGOURA, CA COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES JOSHUA EARL 5699 KANAN RD. #151 AGOURA, CA on August 29, /s/ JOSHUA EARL STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FILE No THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) HAS (HAVE) ABANDONED USE TO THE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME: SHOES AND BOOTS MINISTORE 1272 FELICIA CT. The date on which the fictitious business name being abandoned was filed: The file number to the fictitious business name being abandoned: The county where the fictitious business name was filed: Ventura. Full Name and Residence of Registrant(s): TERESO SÁNCHEZ 1272 FELICIA CT. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COUNTY CLERK OF VENTURA COUNTY ON SEPTEMBER 06, as true information which he or she /s/ TERESO SÁNCHEZ PUBLISHED: NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN S LIEN & PUBLIC SALE CERTIFIED MAIL RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED Arturo Rios, 203 Carmel Court, Oxnard, CA Paloma Rios, 203 Carmel Court, Oxnard, CA Community West Bank Wholesale Mortgage, 445 Pine Ave., Goleta, CA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Arturo Rios, Paloma Rios, and/ or Community West Bank Wholesale Mortgage are in default of payment of the charges and expenses described below for storage of the goods described below on the property of Oxnard Pacific Mobile Estates, 203 Carmel Court, Oxnard, CA 93033, from June 1, 2012 to June 30, This notice constitutes a demand for payment of all charges, expenses and costs listed below. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS FROM THE TIME YOU RECEIVE THIS NOTICE, AND UNLESS PAYMENT IS RECEIVED BY T H E UNDERSIGNED, THE LISTED GOODS WILL BE ADVERTISED FOR SALE AND SOLD BY A U C T I O N, PURSUANT TO COMMERCIAL CODE SECTION 7210(2) ON October 26, 2012, AT 10:00 AM AT: Oxnard Pacific Mobile Estates 203 Carmel Court, Oxnard, CA The goods referred to herein are described as: Mobilehome: 1978 Madison Serial Number(s): A4546U58MCA & B4546U58MCA Decal Number(s): AAN5526 The amounts due and payable for storage of the goods are as follows: Storage Charges for the period from June 1, 2012 to June 30, 2012: $ In addition to the Storage Charges set forth above, Oxnard Pacific Mobile Estates claims the amount of Eighteen Dollars and Twenty Nine Cents, ($18.29) per day from July 1, 2012, to the date of the aforementioned sale of the goods, and for the reasonable expenses in the amount of $ for this proceeding to enforce the lien. DATED: September 21, 2012 By: /s/ Michael A. Cirillo Authorized Agent for Oxnard Pacific Mobile Estates (714) /11, 10/18/12 CNS # VIDA NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Oxnard City Council has authorized the invitation to bid on Project Specification Number PW10-05 for the Wooley Road Arterial Resurfacing- Victoria Ave. to Rose Ave. Project. The work will consist of asphalt concrete overlay of Wooley Rd. from Victoria Ave. to Rose Ave. and construction of median from Pacific Ave. to Rose Ave. and digout and pave Cal-Gisler Neighborhood. The work designated in this specification will require the Contractor to possess a State of California General Engineering Contractor s License, Class A to be considered as a prime contractor qualified for award of this project. Per City of Oxnard policy no engineer s construction estimate will be provided for this project. Plans and Specifications will ONLY be available to review or for purchase directly from the City s online Plan Room, CyberCopyUSA - or phone (805) ; fax (805) for a nonrefundable fee of $75.00 plus $25.00 shipping and handling on MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, The Plans and Specifications may also be obtained in CD format for $35.00 including shipping & handling. For information you may contact General Services Contract Procurement Office, Phone (805) A non-mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held in the City Council Chambers, Civic Center, 305 W. Third St., Oxnard at 9:30 A.M. on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, All prospective bidders are urged to attend. Some or all of this project is funded by Federal Grant funds and all applicable rules must be followed, including a minimum of a Good Faith Effort to hire DBE Subcontractors. All contractors will pay prevailing wages for each classification and type of worker under either the California State Department of Industrial Wage Determinations or Davis-Bacon. The HIGHER of the State or Federal Wage Rate-when required, shall be used. These current determinations are included in the specifications. All pertinent wage determinations must be posted on the job site. A 10% Bid Bond is required for all bids submitted and the successful Bidder will be required to provide a Payment & Performance Bond equal to 100% of the contract price. Successful Bidder may request that the City enter into an Escrow Agreement for security deposits in lieu of retention. Each bid shall be submitted on the bid documents (BLUE BID SHEETS) provided by the City of Oxnard and the bidder MUST be a PLAN HOLDER OF RECORD. All bids must be received at the Office of the City Clerk, Administration Building, 305 West Third Street (East Wing), Oxnard, CA BEFORE 2:00 P.M. on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, Immediately thereafter all bids shall be publicly opened by the City Clerk and Purchasing Agent in the Council Chambers, 305 West Third Street, Oxnard, CA FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THIS PROJECT PLEASE DIRECT ALL QUESTIONS TO GENERAL SERVICES VCVN Publication dates:10/04/12, 10/11/12
3 Page B3 VIDA NEWSPAPER STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is are) doing business as: INDULGE NATURAL BODY PRODUCTS 1501 KERRIA COURT KALEENA TAMARA PETERS 1501 KERRIA COURT on September 24, /s/ KALEENA PETERS VCVN SEP 27, OCT 04, 11, 18, 2012 STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is are) doing business as: JR FIREWOOD 3523 E. TELEGRAPH RD FILLMORE, CA JESUS RAMIREZ 3523 E. TELEGRAPH RD FILLMORE, CA on 9/24/2012. This statement was filed County on September 24, /s/ JESUS RAMIREZ VCVN SEP 27, OCT 04, 11, 18, 2012 STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is GARCIA HANDY MECHANICS 5167 PERKINS RD JOSE M GARCIA 5167 PERKINS RD on 1/1/2011. This statement was filed County on August 30, /s/ JOSE M GARCIA VCVN SEP 27, OCT 04, 11, 18, 2012 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: ANAI OROZCO for ADRIAN OROZCO ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME CASE NUMBER: CU-PT-VTA TO ALL INTERESTED PER- SONS: THE COURT FINDS that Petitioner(s) ANAI OROZCO has/have filed a petition with the clerk of this court for a decree changing the applicant's name from ADRIAN OROZCO to JUSTIN DANIEL OROZCO. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted on: November 13, 2012, at 8:30 a.m. in Department 42, located at: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, County of Ventura, 800 Victoria Avenue, Ventura, CA Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing in a newspaper of general circulation, printed in the County of Ventura. Filed: SEP 20, 2012 Dated: SEP 20, 2012 /s/ BY ORDER OF THE COURT MICHAEL D. PLANET Ventura Superior Court Executive Officer and Clerk By: DEBRA HEBERT Deputy Clerk Published: VCVN SEP 27, OCT 04, 11, 18, 2012 STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is CAMINO RUIZ APART- MENTS 105 CAMINO RUIZ #21 CAMARILLO, CA EMC SPE, LLC 925 EAST MEADOW DRIVE PALO ALTO, CA This business is conducted by CA limited partnership. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 12/29/06. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Ventura County on September 18, /s/ EMC SPE, LLC - G.P. OF ESSEX CAMINO RUIZ APARTMENTS, LP BRYAN HUNT CHIEF ACCOUNTING OFFICER STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is MARINERS PLACE APARTMENTS 711 SOUTH B ST. #110 ESSEX PROPERTY TRUST, INC. 925 EAST MEADOW DRIVE PALO ALTO, CA This business is conducted by a MD limited partnership. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 05/2/00. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Ventura County on September 18, /s/ ESSEX PROPERTY TRUST, INC. - G.P. OF ESSEX PORTFOLIO, LP BRYAN HUNT CHIEF ACCOUNTING OFFICER STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is SUNTOOR TRAVELS 4285 PERSIMMON STREET MOORPARK, CA VASANT G. UPPONI 4285 PERSIMMON STREET MOORPARK, CA on 09/01/2012. This statement was filed County on September 21, /s/ VASANT G. UPPONI STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is FAMILY NUTRITION & WELLNESS 520 W. 5TH ST ALMA MENDOZA 1501 VALENCIA PL. OXNARD, CA on September 18, /s/ ALMA MENDOZA STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is (1) WEST COAST WINE CONNECTION (2) WCWC 542 INNWOOD RD CHERILYN ANNE MYHRES 542 INNWOOD RD DONAVAN SARETZKY 542 INNWOOD RD This business is conducted by husband and wife. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Ventura County on September 28, /s/ CHERILYN MYHRES STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FILE No THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) HAS (HAVE) ABANDONED USE TO THE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME: EGGS 'N' POTATOES 1103 MARICOPA HWY OJAI, CA The date on which the fictitious business name being abandoned was filed: 7/29/2011. The file number to the fictitious business name being abandoned: The county where the fictitious business name was filed: Ventura County. Full Name and Residence of Registrant(s): AISA WAYSIDE FOOD, INC MARICOPA HWY OJAI, CA THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COUNTY CLERK OF VENTURA COUNTY ON SEPTEMBER 26, This business is conducted by a corporation. as true information which he or she /s/ AISA WAYSIDE FOOD, INC. C.E.O. PUBLISHED: STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is STRATEGIC MANAGE- MENT ASSOCIATES 220 IRONWOOD CT. THOUSAND OAKS, CA SIDNEY E. WING 220 IRONWOOD CT. THOUSAND OAKS, CA on 9/20/12. This statement was filed County on September 20, /s/ SIDNEY E. WING PRESIDENT STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is PHENOMENAL WOMAN THE MOVEMENT LLC 5435 COCHRAN STREET APT #48 SIMI VALLEY, CA PHENOMENAL WOMAN THE MOVEMENT LLC 5435 COCHRAN STREET APT #48 SIMI VALLEY, CA This business is conducted by a CA limited liability company. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Ventura County on September 19, /s/ PHENOMENAL WOMAN THE MOVE- MENT LLC JANEE STEELE MEMBER STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is ANGEL'S SMOG CHECK TEST ONLY 1444 E 5TH ST BALDEMAR SILVA 312 CASCADE AVE on SEP 28, /s/ BALDEMAR SILVA STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is NEON PLUS SIGNS AND GRAPHICS 351 W. CEDAR ST. VICTOR GUZMAN RODRIGUEZ 351 W. CEDAR ST. on October 8, /s/ VICTOR GUZMAN RODRIGUEZ STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is (1) UNIQUE AUTO WORKS & RESTORATION, INC. (2) UNIQUE AUTO CENTER 1205 N. OXNARD BLVD UNIQUE AUTO WORKS & RESTORATION, INC ROSITA RD SANTA ROSA VALLEY, CA This business is conducted by a corporation. on 1/7/2009. This statement was filed County on OCT 05, /s/ UNIQUE AUTO WORKS & RESTORATION, INC. STEVEN DALE SCHOONOVER PRESIDENT STATEMENT FILE No The following person(s) is JFJ PIPELINE INC. 165 EL PAJARO NEWBURY PARK, CA JFJ PIPELINE INC. 165 EL PAJARO NEWBURY PARK, CA This business is conducted by a California corporation. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Ventura County on September 20, /s/ JFJ PIPELINE INC. FRANK J. COTE PRESIDENT SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: CATALINA YVETTE MORAGA-MOORE ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME CASE NUMBER: CU-PT-VTA TO ALL INTERESTED PER- SONS: THE COURT FINDS that Petitioner(s) CATALINA YVETTE MORAGA- MOORE has/have filed a petition with the clerk of this court for a decree changing the applicant's name from CATALINA YVETTE MORAGA- MOORE to CATALINA YVETTE MOORE. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted on: Nov. 13, 2012, at 8:30 a.m. in Department 44, located at: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, County of Ventura, 800 Victoria Avenue, Ventura, CA Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing in a newspaper of general circulation, printed in the County of Ventura. Filed: OCT 03, 2012 Dated: OCT 03, 2012 /s/ BY ORDER OF THE COURT MICHAEL D. PLANET Ventura Superior Court Executive Officer and Clerk By: A. GUTIERREZ Deputy Clerk Published: VCVN OCT 11, 18, 25, NOV 01, 2012 The educational reform currently being promoted by the White House could possibly benefit from politics seeking economic integration in the U.S., by allowing stu- Low-income kids do better ow-income kids do better Low-income kids do better ow-income kids do better Low-income kids do better in schools for the rich n schools for the rich in schools for the rich n schools for the rich in schools for the rich The Education Foundation of the Ventura County Mexican American Bar Association (VC MABA) will host its annual scholarship dinner on Friday October 19, VC MABA s officers and members invite the community to come enjoy the evening and help them raise funds for their scholarship program, which supports students who are pursuing careers in the legal field. This year, scholarships and a donated computer will be awarded to extremely qualified students from our community who are among the many exceptional applicants who applied. Scholarship recipients include Natalie Eileen Jay of Oxnard, who will attend Harvard Law School as a member of the Class of 2015; Loraine Bailon of Ventura County, a single mother and fourth year law student at Southern California Institute of Law; Lauren Lara, an Oxnard native and third year student at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Ann Arbor, Michigan; Joyce De Jesus, an undergraduate of UC Berkeley and daughter of farm working parents; Anahi Quiroz, a 26 year old Mexican immigrant living in Ventura County who will begin a master s program at California Lutheran University in Public Policy and Administration and aspires to obtain her juris doctorate and become an attorney. The Education Foundation of VC MABA hopes to increase its fund-raising this year because so many students are doing great things and working very hard to get an VC MABA raises funds for local students education in these difficult times. VC MABA officials said these students need to be encouraged and supported by our community because this next generation of lawyers and legal professionals is special. Many have personally witnessed or experienced the long arm of the justice system in their own lives and their desire to be part of a justice system that works for everyone is exhilarating and bodes well for our democracy. VC MABA officials said the annual scholarship dinner event will have an exciting program this year from eveyone who attends. Michael Mike Farrell will be this year's Keynote Speaker. Farrell is best known for his eight years on M*A*S*H and five seasons on Providence. Farrell, an actor, is also a writer, director and producer. A social and political activist for Carmen Ramirez will recieve this year's VC MABA Alice McGrath Warrior for Justice Award. over three decades, he has served on human rights and peace delegations to many countries. As president of Death Penalty Focus since 1994, he has visited too many death rows and speaks, debates, writes and coordinates efforts to stop executions across the country. Farrell is currently involved in the SAFE California Campaign, an initiative to end capital punishment in California, and an international effort in support of a worldwide moratorium on the death penalty. He is the author of two books: Just Call Me Mike: A Journey to Actor and Activist, and Of Mule and Man. This year the President s Awardee will be Dien Le, who graduated cum laude from UCLA, and received his J.D. from Loyola Law School. Dien has previously served as a Judge Pro Tem for the Small Claims Division of the Ventura County Superior Court. Dien is currently a partner at Westlake Village-based Sullivan Taketa LLP. Dien is currently the 2012 Ventura County Bar Association President. In early 2012, Dien created the Diversity Bar Alliance (the VCDBA), a group comprised of representatives from the minority sections (Women Lawyers, Mexican American Bar Association, Black Attorneys, and Asian American Attorneys). The VCDBA brings together the various bar sections to promote their mutual support and to create a coalition of community organizations dedicated to increasing judicial diversity in Ventura County. Carmen Ramirez, who will recieve this year's Alice McGrath Warrior for Justice Award, is a public interest lawyer who has served the community since she was admitted to practice in December of 1974, graduated from Loyola School of Law, Los Angeles in May She was elected to a four-year term on the Oxnard City Council in November For 16 years she was Executive Director of Channel Counties Legal Services Association, which was located in Oxnard, serving the legal needs of low-income and disabled clients and their families in both counties. In June 2005, she was elected to the Board of Governors of the State Bar of California for a three-year term, representing the attorneys of five counties. She has served on the statewide Executive Committee of the Bench Bar Coalition, which promotes the needs of the public to access to justice as well as the budgetary needs of the California judicial system before the California legislature. VC MABA was establishied over thirty years ago in Ventura County. Its current membership is comprised of attorneys who practice in a wide variety of fields, law students and members of our community. The organization said they are committed to the advancement of the legal profession and the empowerment of the Latino community through advocacy and the promotion of equal justice. The VC MABA Scholarship Dinner event will be held Friday, October 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel located in Oxnard. Tickets are on sale for $65 a person. Reception starts at 5:30 p.m. For information about how to donate to the scholarship fund, or to purchase tickets, contact Rennee Dehesa at (805) dents from low-income neighborhoods attend schools in higher income areas, according to a recent study. "Housing Policy is School Policy", divulged during a forum in Washington, suggests strategies such as the ones utilized in the County of Montgomery, Maryland, deliver promising results and serve as an example for other districts facing negative educational performance among their students. The study could possibly amplify repercussions in the instruction of students from low-income families who often register high rates of scholastic desertion. The high school desertion rate among Hispanics between 16 and 24 years of age, for example, registered at 18.3 percent in 2008, compared to 9.9 percent of African-Americans and 4.8 percent of Whites, according to official figures
4 Página B4 EN VENTA: CLASIFICADOS Sentencian a Pandillero AUTOS CAMIONETAS VANS CAMIONES a 19 Años de Cárcel USTED PUEDE PONER SU ANUNCIO AQUI ES FACIL, ECONOMICO Y MUY EFICAZ GMC CABALLERO DODGE DURANGO CHEVY ASTRO VAN Se vende GMC Caballero del año 1981 en muy buenas condiciones. Tiene 6 cilindros, el motor y los frenos están en muy buenas condiciones. Tiene batería nueva, las llantas están buenas y los rines son cromados. La condición mecánica del vehículo es excelente. Lo vendemos por $3,000 o mejor oferta. Para más información, llame al teléfono (805) For English call (805) Se vende Dodge Durango del año 1999, en buenas condiciones y está enterita. La vendemos por $2,900 o mejor oferta. Para más información llame a cualquier hora al teléfono o al #1018 CHEVY SILVERADO #1025 LINCOLN OPORTUNIDAD QUIERE VENDER SU CARRO O CAMIONETA? LLAME AL #1018 Se vende Lincoln del año 1998 en buenas condiciones. Automático, con interior de piel y completamente eléctrico. 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Récords de la corte indican que el incidente ocurrió la madrugada del 14 de junio del 2008 en la cuadra 4300 de Hitch Boulevard, cerca de Moorpark. Aparentemente, la fiesta había sido organizada para celebrar la graduación de Joshua Morningstar, quien había invitado a 50 personas. El número de personas que acudieron al evento sobrepasó los 200, segun indica- ron los abogados fiscales. Una de las personas que acudió a la fiesta fue Gil, a quien las autoridades clasifican como un pandillero. Informes presentados en la corte indican que Gil y otros miembros de su pandilla comenzaron a asaltar físicamente a las personas que se encontraban en la fiesta y fue mientras esto ocurría que Gil sacó un cuchillo y apuñaló a Singler. Segun las reportes médicos, Singler fue apuñalado dos veces, una de ellas perforó su corazón. De acuerdo a testigos, después de ser apuñalado Singler caminó por el camino hacia la cochera y al final de éste, cayó al suelo y falleció. Después de más de 30 meses de investigar el incidente y con la mínima colaboración de los que presenciaron el crimen, los detec- tives finalmente lograron entablar un caso criminal en contra de Gil gracias a la ayuda de uno de los miembros de su pandilla que decidió colaborar con las autoridades. Detectives indican que con la ayuda del hombre, lograron grabar a Gil en secreto. Las grabaciones captaron conversaciones en las que Gil hablaba sobre la muerte de Singler, acto que confesó haber hecho y del cual hasta presumía, segun lo indican las grabaciones. Gil fue encontrado culpable de haber asesinado a Singler. A pesar de que la fiscalía buscaba cargos por asesinato en primer grado, el jurado decidió que el incidente no fue premeditado y optó por encontrarlo culpable de asesinato en segundo grado, crimen con una sentencia menos severa. Buscan a sospechosos de apuñalar a hombre Viene de la página A1 mente a las 10:07 p.m., él y su esposa se encontraban dentro de su vehículo en el estacionamiento de Airport Tattoo, ubicado en el 1031 S. Ventura Road. Aparentemente, la pareja intentaba retirarse del lugar cuando fueron confrontados por dos sospechosos. Fuentes de la policía indican que al ser confrontados, la víctima, cuya identidad no ha sido revelada, salió del vehículo y fue entonces cuando se inició una pelea entre ellos. Durante la pelea, la víctima notó que había sido apuñalado. Los sospechosos escaparon a pie del lugar de los hechos y la esposa de la víctima lo llevó al hospital, indicó la policía. De acuerdo a informes, la víctima fue apuñalada varias veces. Fuentes médicas indican que las heridas que recibió son moderadas y no lo ponen en peligro de perder su vida. Las autoridades piden la ayuda del público para encontrar a los responsables de este crimen. Si usted tiene informes sobre este incidente, por favor comuníquese con el Departamento de Policía de Oxnard llamando al teléfono (805) En caso de que usted desee permanecer en el anonima- to, llame a Violent Crimes Hotline al (805) o Ventura County Crime Stoppers al (800)