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January 30, 2015
Baby, Take a Bow
Teenager’s Project Brings Theater to Youth
Story and photo
by Susan Maxwell Skinner
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG)
- When the curtain fell on the
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Dear White People
California Musical Theater’s
2014 Music Circus season,
another show time began for
teenage entrepreneur Lara Kong.
Featured in this newspaper
last year, the 18-year old had
one—possibly final—season to
find funds for scores of underprivileged school children to
see musical shows. She accomplished that mission. By the
time she graduates this June,
the Country Day student will
have raised more than $116,000
and shared four years of musical theater with the young
Sacramentans she calls “my
kids.”
Four years of relent“less
fundraising have
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yielded personal benefits: “My project taught
me leadership and how
to work with people,”
she said. “It’s matured
me. At 15, I was
nowhere near as poised
in talking to adults as
I am now. I’ve learned
that many people are
eager to help others, if
you approach them.
”
While still in knee socks,
Kong was blessed to have parents who took their little girl
to shows. As a high school
freshman, she founded her On
Broadway project to allow other
youngsters to share the joys of
theater. She dispatched letters
to persuade friends and family to help buy tickets. “It was a
really hard letter for me to formulate,” she recalled. “I was
only 14; I didn’t know anything
about soliciting for funds. I went
through so many drafts.”
Apparently, she nailed it. In
Since the age of 14, Lara Kong has fundraised to share theater experiences with other teenagers.
the first season of a project that
has lasted throughout her high
school career, sponsors provided $25,000 and Kong joined
her adolescent army on the first
of many dates. Ending her 2013
season, she had raised $80,000;
through her efforts, 400 teenagers enjoyed 18 shows. With
over $32,000 in hand from her
final campaign, her project will
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audiences motivates Kong to
change that dynamic. “If you see
shows at a young age,” she reasoned, “you’re more likely to
bring your own kids someday.
It’s a domino effect.”
California Musical Theater
executives applaud the young
benefactor. “Lara’s passion and
generosity has made a difference
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SACRAMENTO, CA (MPG) - The
nationally recognized Capital
Fellows Programs administered by the Center for
California Studies at California
State University, Sacramento,
announces the availability of applications for the
following Capital Fellows
Programs: California Senate
Fellows, Executive Fellowship
Program, Jesse M. Unruh
Assembly Fellowship Program,
and Judicial Administration
Fellowship Program
Voted as one of the Top 10
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and 2014), the Capital Fellows
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for their combination of meaningful work experience and
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staff member in the California
State Assembly, California State
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Branch, or California Judiciary.
Fellows participate in policymaking, program development,
and implementation, and they
gain first-hand experience in the
governance and leadership of
the most diverse, complex state
in the nation.
Prospective Capital Fellows
must have a bachelor’s degree
(in any major) by September 1,
2015 and a demonstrated interest
in state government and public
service. Applicants may apply
to one or more of the programs
that meet their interests and
qualifications. Recent graduates,
graduate, postgraduate and midcareer applicants are welcome.
For detailed information about
the fellowships and applications, visit www.csus.edu/calst/
programs. The application deadline for all four fellowships is
February 9th, 2015. If you have
questions regarding the Capital
Fellows Programs, contact the
Center for California Studies at
(916) 278-6906 or [email protected]
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Crowdfunding Tool Helps Teachers Raise Money for Classroom Projects
SACRAMENTO REGION (MPG) - said Sutherland, who wrote a
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sponsor around 40 tickets for
each upcoming 2015 California
Musical Theater performance.
“It’s amazing that all these kids
have a chance to see how the
theater works,” she said. “Each
show opens your mind and
changes your thinking.”
Youth entertainment was not
Kong’s only aim. The dominance of gray hair in theater
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Molly Sutherland stood in front
of her kindergarten class and
explained what a “good fit”
book is: one that’s interesting,
one with understandable vocabulary, and one that the child
chooses.
“Today, you’re going to be
picking new books for your
book bag,” she said to smiles
and squeals from the students.
Sutherland, a teacher at
Mariemont Elementary School,
was able to expand her lending library this year and provide
each of her students with personal book bags to take home.
She raised money for the project using the Wish Upon STARS
website, a new crowdfunding
tool created by the San Juan
Education Foundation.
Wish Upon STARS is an
online portal that allows families and community members
to support teachers’ classroom
projects with tax-deductible
donations.
“It was really simple to use,”
brief summary of how the books
and bags would benefit her students and sent the donation link
to parents.
Within a week, she raised
$340, more than enough to
cover her costs.
For parent Sarah Snyder, the
decision to donate was an easy
one and more than worth it
when her daughter, Miley, came
home excited to show off her
new book bag.
“I think it’s great,” Snyder
said. “It’s very good to set this
foundation in kindergarten.”
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The San Juan Education
Foundation also promotes
the fundraising campaigns
with their donor base including several community groups,
according to Executive Director
Pam Lapinski.
Students in Sutherland’s class
choose four books each week,
taking them home each night.
Also in the book bags are signoff sheets for parents and tips for
helping students read at home.
“We’re at that point in kindergarten where they’re ready
to start reading on their own,”
Sutherland said. “Getting
parents and kids and myself to book about mazes because “it
all be on the same page is huge. interests me with the things that
The key thing is that the kids are in it.”
“It’s one of my favorites,” said
Rajveer Bedi (5) as he pointed
It’s that ownership
to his “Toy Story 2” book. “If
and responsibility
you pick it yourself, you know
that I think is really
it’s a good fit for you.”
“It’s that ownership and
key, and their pride.
responsibility
that I think is
They’re going to
really key, and their pride.
be so proud.
They’re going to be so proud,”
Sutherland said. “It’s going to
have something fun and special jump start their love of reading.”
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and cool, and that they have lots
of choices in their books.”
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January 30, 2015
CARMICHAEL COMMUNITY UPDATE
- Through the generosity of
the Carmichael Times, this column serves to provide an update
about matters affecting the
unincorporated community of
Carmichael.
No-Cost Feline Spay and
Neuter Services
To address cat overpopulation,
no-cost spay and neuter services
are being offered for a limited time
for owned or feral cats throughout the entire Sacramento County
area.
By making this no-cost service available to all of Sacramento
County area residents, the
Department of Animal Care and
Regulation believes it can spay or
neuter well over 2,000 animals in
2015. The goal is to help address
unwanted litters and lost or stray
animals coming into the shelter,
reduce euthanasia rates, and help
folks who want to do the right
thing as responsible pet owners
but are financially challenged.
The free no-cost spay and neuter
services are available by appointment only at the Animal Spay and
Neuter Clinic (a non-profit, highvolume animal spay/neuter clinic)
next to the County’s Bradshaw
Animal Shelter at 3839 Bradshaw
Road or in Auburn at 3524 KOA
Way.
To make an appointment, call
the clinic at (916) 368-7314 or
(530) 889-8800 for the Auburn
location.
This free service is being funded
by the clinic, Sacramento County,
donations from Friends of the
Sacramento City Animal Shelter,
Teaching Everyone Animals
Matter (TEAM), and LAPCATS.
What Are Your Road
Priorities?
Do you want potholes fixed,
traffic signals synchronized, or
new bridges or roadways built?
Through its SacramentoGO outreach program, the Sacramento
Transportation Authority (STA)—
which manages the Sacramento
County Measure A half-cent sales
tax for transportation—is looking
for public input to help determine
future countywide transportation
priorities.
The Measure A program
has helped deliver crucially
needed road maintenance, signal
system upgrades, and traffic safety
improvements to our region’s
transportation system. In addition, Measure A has provided
funding for widening and intersection improvements along
Watt, Sunrise, and Hazel avenues; “complete street” upgrades
on Fulton Avenue as well as on
Sunrise, Folsom, and Fair Oaks
boulevards; and much more.
Tell the STA the transportation
priorities you’d like to see funded
in the future by visiting www.sacramentogo.org.
Check Before You Burn
In effect now through February
28th, wood burning is restricted
in the unincorporated area as well
as in the cities of Citrus Heights,
Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, Isleton,
Rancho Cordova, and Sacramento
in accordance with air quality
regulations. The restrictions are
applicable to fireplaces, wood
stoves, fire pits, or chimneys.
Implementation of these restrictions has helped reduce pollution
and allowed our area to stay in
compliance with federal air quality
standards. Before you burn, please
check the daily status by calling
1-877-No Burn-5 or visit www.
airquality.org.
Susan Peters represents the
Third District on the Sacramento
County Board of Supervisors.
She can be reached at [email protected]
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California State Fair Receives International Recognition
SACRAMENTO REGION (MPG) - The California State
Fair received the Judges’ Choice Award and Best of
Division Agricultural Award of Excellence from the
International Association of Fairs and Expositions
(IAFE) headquartered in Springfield, Missouri. The
prestigious Judges’ Choice Award was received
for the State Fair’s development of the Save Mart
Supermarkets California’s Kitchen to the California
Building adjacent to the State Fair Farm. The move
helped create more of a connection between where
food is grown and how it is prepared.
The California State Fair also received The
Best of Division Award for Overall Agricultural
Programming, which is given to one fair from each
of the IAFE’s five divisions. There are a total of 14
Agriculture Award categories, each divided into
five divisions by attendance, that a fair or expo
can enter. The California State Fair competes in
Division 4, which includes fairs with attendance
between 500,000 and one million. The entries are
evaluated and judged by a team of industry leaders
representing the more than 1,200 IAFE members
from around the globe.
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The awards were presented during the Excellence
in Agriculture Breakfast on December 9th, 2014,
during the 124th Annual IAFE Convention held in
Las Vegas, Nevada. These awards are sponsored by
John Deere, an avid supporter of the fair and expo
industry around the world.
In addition to the Agricultural Awards, IAFE presented the Competitive Exhibit Awards sponsored
by North American Midway Entertainment, which
judges displays and props for competitive exhibits, and the Hall of Honor Communications Awards
sponsored by K&K Insurance, which judges advertising and publicity programs.
Overall, the California State Fair received awards
in 12 different categories at the IAFE Convention.
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SFAC programs director David Peterson poses in front of his watercolor paintings displayed for sale at the arts
center.
Story and photo
by Molly Townsend
CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG) - David
Peterson has always known he
wanted to be an artist. He is
eager to share his enthusiasm
for art with others who come
to explore their talent at the
Sacramento Fine Arts Center
(SFAC) where he has volunteered for 15 years.
Painting places and subjects
that he is familiar with, Peterson
describes his style as “fast and
loose” California style, and he
has painted over 2,700 watercolors to date.
Peterson draws inspiration
from the works of California
watercolor painter George Post
(1906-1997), Japanese American
artist Chiura Obata (1885-1975),
and American modernist artist
John Marin (1870-1953) who
is known for his abstract landscapes and watercolors.
Although primarily selftaught, Peterson has taken
classes from such prominent
watercolor artists as Henry
Fukuhara (1913-2010), Kenneth
Potter (1926-2011), and Woody
Hansen.
As programs director of
SFAC, located at 5330B Gibbons
Drive in Carmichael, Peterson
said, “It’s been very beneficial
to give everything I have to this
organization, because everything
I give, I get back.”
Peterson loves to meet and
greet visitors that come to tour
the center and strives to be as
available as possible to answer
questions and help coordinate
events. Now that Peterson is
programs director he is able to
spend more time at the center
and in the community doing outreach, which he prefers.
Open Wednesday through
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and on Tuesdays from 11 a.m.
to 7 p.m., SFAC is a California
nonprofit corporation established
jointly by independent art clubs
to enrich the cultural life of the
community. Memberships, sales,
gallery rentals, and fundraisers
keep the center in operation.
Four clubs meet monthly
at the arts center: Watercolor
Artists of Sacramento Horizons
(WASH), Fine Arts Photography
Club, Northern California Arts
(all media, all styles), and the
Fiber Arts Group. The annual
membership fee for these clubs
ranges from $20 to $25.
Peterson’s favorite event is
the Tuesday night open studio
where artists of all media come
to hone their craft together without instruction between 4 and 9
p.m.
According to Peterson, SFAC
now has more than 300 volunteers, varying month to month,
and had a grand total of 6,176
volunteer hours logged in 2014.
Administrative director Sharon Drysdale said of
Peterson, “He’s got a wonderful
work ethic...he comes in early,
some days he stays late. He’s
really good about just jumping
in with anything that needs to be
done.”
Peterson puts in an excess of
40 hours a week of volunteer
time both at the arts center and
at home. He stopped working as
a pre-press technician at a large
print shop a few years into volunteering at SFAC and has kept
busy ever since. “No retirement
for me,” said Peterson.
As for the rather obscure location of the center, Drysdale
said, “I hear people come in on
a daily basis and say, ‘I had no
idea you guys were here.’” The
7,000-square-foot building holds
an office; three small galleries;
a gift shop, which sells local
artists’ hand-crafted jewelry,
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and a main studio where classes
are conducted.
There is much preparation to
be done with the list of events
coming up for SFAC in 2015,
including the Waffle Rama
Fundraiser, which Drysdale is
heading in coordination with
The Waffle Guyz of Sacramento,
set for February 28th from 9 to
11 a.m. at SFAC. For $7 a plate,
all-you-can-eat Belgian waffles will be served with pork
link sausage, homemade syrups, whipped cream, coffee, and
juice.
SFAC will also be holding their annual Shades of
Carmichael, where local artists are encouraged to sign up
to decorate a one-of-a-kind
umbrella that will be displayed
at Carmichael Park on May
17th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. followed by a silent auction of the
umbrellas with proceeds going
to benefit SFAC. More volunteer artists are still needed to
meet their goal of 100 painted
umbrellas.
Other exciting events hosted
throughout the year include
the All Members Show and
Sale, which ran throughout the
month of January; the Aspiring
Artist Debut, which is running January 27th to February
14th; the Call to Artists Animal
House, an animal-themed
exhibit running from February
17th to March 8th; and sixweek-long summer art classes
for children beginning June
16th.
“My highlights of working
at Sacramento Fine Arts Center
involve seeing new artists of all
ages join, learn, and grow as
artists,” said Peterson.
Those who wish to learn
more about SFAC can call
(916) 971-3713 or visit www.
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Students Show Their Talent at
Annual Wayne Reimers Jazz Festival
Story and photos by Anne Stokes
CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG) - The 33rd
annual Kiwanis and Wayne Reimers
Jazz Festival filled the halls of Rio
Americano High School with the swinging sounds of music on the evening of
January 22nd. Co-sponsored by the San
Juan Unified School District (SJUSC)
and the Carmichael Kiwanis Club, the
annual festival provides a venue for
students to show off their talents in a
non-competitive environment.
Festival organizer and namesake Wayne
Reimers enjoys the sounds of jazz at the
2015 Kiwanis Wayne Reimers Jazz Festival
at Rio Americano High School.
Mission Avenue Elementary sixth-grader Elias Bevan (front right) plays the trombone with Matthew Taylor on tenor saxophone and
Grace Eastlick on trumpet at the 2015 Kiwanis Wayne Reimers Jazz Festival at Rio Americano High School.
Senior Shelia T. warms up on the tenor
saxophone before the Bella Vista Jazz
Band performs at the 2015 Kiwanis Wayne
Reimers Jazz Festival at Rio Americano
High School.
“The idea was to give all the bands
in San Juan [Unified School District] a
chance to come out and play for their
peers and listen to other schools within
the district,” explained event organizer
Wayne Reimers. “The festival was
founded on a non-competitive basis so
we do not judge them or place them.
Everybody, we hope, gets a positive
experience out of this.”
Fourteen bands from local elementary, middle, and high schools came
together to put on a show for their peers
and jazz up their own performance skills
at the same time. Musical clinicians
were on hand to observe performances,
give bands feedback, and educate students on the historical context of the
Mission Avenue Elementary sixth-grade
pianist Dylan Joelson performs with the
Next Gen Jazz band at the 2015 Kiwanis
Wayne Reimers Jazz Festival at Rio
Americano High School.
jazz genre. In addition, each participating band received a $100 scholarship
towards the SJUSD’s Camp Winthers
summer music camp program. The
Carmichael Kiwanis Club raised over
$6,000 in scholarship money, the proceeds of which area available to other
SJUSD students interested in applying
for scholarships through the district as
well.
Wayne Reimers, a retired educator,
has been sharing his love of music with
students for over 50 years. Having participated in many band competitions
over the years, Reimers was looking for
a way to better foster students’ appreciation for jazz music. “We participated in
several of the bigger festivals like Reno
[and] down in the Bay Area. It was all
competitive. And it was exciting in a
way but very stressful,” he explained.
“When we started this, we didn’t want
to have that particular type of stress
among the teachers and the kids. We
wanted them to come out and have a
good time. The festival is put together
so they can come together, enjoy themselves, and get some jazz education in
the meantime. It’s really working well
for us.”
El Camino High School student Elise
Campbell appreciates the low-key
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atmosphere, admitting that it helps her
to better develop her improvisational
skills. “I like that it’s non-competitive
because it makes me feel like there’s
less pressure on me to play well,” said
the sophomore. “I can just play less to
the actual music and more with my personal interpretation.”
Musical education has been shown to
have a positive influence on other academic fields such as reading and math
as well as to improve students’ memory, critical thinking, and teamwork
skills. Music director Mica Dugan,
who brought several student bands
from Mission Avenue Open Elementary
School, agrees, explaining that “music
is important for kids’ education because
it allows them and teaches them to be
creative and to be able to think critically, both in the real world and in the
classroom.”
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Bella Vista senior Ashley Emerson plays a trumpet solo at the 2015 Kiwanis Wayne
Reimers Jazz Festival at Rio Americano High School.
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January 30, 2015
CBR Quarterly Business Luncheon
with Shark Tank’s Chris Johnson
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG)
- Fresh from the Shark Tank,
entrepreneur Chris Johnson
shares what it’s like to make a
$300,000 deal with shark Mark
Cuban. As the old adage goes,
there’s more to the story, and in
this case you will hear what it
took to make it into the Shark
Tank, the production day, the
post-show contractual issues,
and the ultimate benefits of
national television exposure.
This luncheon features a business guppy that grew to be a big
fish and how every entrepreneur
can benefit from the lessons
Chris learned along the way. The
lessons include perseverance
(Mark Cuban called him a fool
early on), persuasiveness, knowing your numbers, the value of
getting out and pitching your
own product, and as his father
taught him, always have two
dreams.
Chris will talk about being an
entrepreneur at an early age in
the Sacramento region and how
his faith in Jesus Christ drives
his passions to help others.
The event is on Thursday,
February 5th from 11:30 a.m.
to 1:15 p.m. at the Crowne
Plaza Hotel on I-80 & Madison.
Come early at 11 a.m. for speed
networking connections, moderated by Twin Home Services
CEO Kyle Finley! Invite other
business owners to this unique
quarterly luncheon specifically
for business owners and professionals. For further information,
contact Aric Resnicke at [email protected]
ChristianBusinessRoundtable.
com, or call (916) 342-4502.
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Roundtable
Taekwondo Championships
at Memorial Auditorium
Martial artists from schools across the western states, including students from 17 regional Robinson’s Taekwondo
locations will compete in the event and spectacular special guest are set to demonstrate techniques and
weapons. Photo courtesy of Rick Reed
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG)
- Sparring circle competitive
Fri. and Sat. 10 - 5:00
Sun. 10 - 4:00
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matches in eight rings featuring
the hard-punching, high-flying kicks of Taekwondo martial
arts will be the main feature
at Sacramento’s Memorial
Auditorium on February 28th.
Martial artists from schools
across the western states,
including students from 17
regional Robinson’s Taekwondo
locations will compete in the
event and spectacular special
guest are set to demonstrate
techniques and weapons.
More than 5,000 spectators from across the region
attended the event last year,
and organizers plan on the
2015 Sacramento Invitational
Championships being bigger,
better, and more exciting than
ever.
Sacramento’s Memorial
Auditorium is located at 1515
J Street, Sacramento, CA. Call
(888) 249-7853 for information or visit www.robinsonstkd.
com/north-sacramento/sacinvitational/. Tickets are also
available from the Sacramento
Convention Center Box Office.
Source: Rick Reed
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from the refusal of mainstream parties
to admit the obvious: If a country is
manifestly having trouble assimilating
the immigrants it already has, it shouldn’t
add to their numbers willy-nilly.
Much more important than solidarity
and unity -- stirring as those things
are, exemplified in the massive
march in Paris -- would be a dose of
honesty and realism on this issue.
The case of France is stark. Roughly
12 percent of its population is foreignborn, about the European average,
according to the Migration Policy
Institute. But it also has a particularly
high percentage of descendants of
immigrants. Because of France’s colonial
history in Algeria and other countries in
the Maghreb, many of them are Muslim.
It has the largest Muslim population
of any Western European country, both
in absolute numbers and in percentage
terms. These immigrants have tended to
cluster in the suburbs of Paris, where they
have become self-reinforcing religioethnic islands in the broader French sea.
These areas are not just alienated from the
French state; they are actively hostile to it.
Although France’s problem has
peculiarly French characteristics, a
version of the Paris attacks easily could
have happened in Britain, Sweden,
the Netherlands or Germany. They,
too, have Muslim populations that, in
THE RICH LOWRY COLUMN
By Rich Lowry
Europe’s Problem With
Immigration
The New York Times ran a front-page
article after the Charlie Hebdo massacre
on Europe’s “dangerous moment.”
As terrorists rampaged through Paris,
ultimately killing 17, what was the
cause of this particular alarm? That antiimmigration parties in Europe might gain.
The Times article captured perfectly
the reaction of polite opinion to the Paris
attacks, which is driven almost as much
by fear that someone might notice that
Europe has an immigration problem
as it is by fear of the terrorism itself.
Europe’s anti-immigration parties run
the gamut, from the loathsome (Greece’s
Golden Dawn), to the unsavory (France’s
National Front), to the more or less
respectable (Britain’s UKIP). What they
all have in common is that they benefit
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some areas, haven’t fully integrated.
Why does the United States not
have the same problem (although it
has experienced its own homegrown
attacks)? Its assimilationist machinery,
for all its flaws, is in better working order.
It is an open, economically dynamic
society. But this is partly a function of
numbers. Immigrants to the U.S. still
largely come from Christian countries
and don’t feel the powerful pull of a
religious identity putting them at odds
with their new country.
This is a rather basic point: The quantity
of immigration inevitably affects the
quality of assimilation. The elite’s reflex
on immigration is always to say “more.”
The populations of many European
countries want to say “less.” Their case is
stronger after the horrors of the last week,
although much intellectual and political
energy will be devoted to denying that
the Paris attacks had anything to do with
immigration or Islam.
Addressing a long-ago crisis in Athens,
Demosthenes said of those demanding
to know his alternative, “I will first give
them this answer -- the most just and
true of all -- ‘Do not do what you are
doing now.’” On immigration, that is
the counsel that Europe needs to hear,
and to heed.
Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review.
(c) 2015 by King Features Synd., Inc.
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Community Hosts Cohousing Expert Annual Sacramento Museum Day Back With Discounts
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG)
- Imagine. Explore. Discover.
The heart of the cohousing neighborhood is a central clubhouse, which typically includes a dining room,
kitchen, and other amenities. Photo courtesy of McCamant and Durrett Architects
By Marty Maskall
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG)
- Fair Oaks, CA (MPG) - Charles
Durrett, architect and international
expert on cohousing, will give a
public presentation at 7 p.m. on
Saturday, February 7th at the Fair
Oaks Library, 11601 Fair Oaks
Blvd.
Durrett, an award-winning
architect, is currently designing the latest addition to the local
cohousing communities: Fair
Oaks EcoHousing on Fair Oaks
Boulevard near New York Avenue.
The presentation will provide an
overview of the national cohousing movement, with examples of
communities that have been built
around the country over the last
two decades, including Southside
Park Cohousing in Sacramento,
Nevada City Cohousing, and Wolf
Creek Lodge in Grass Valley.
Cohousing neighborhoods are
composed of privately owned
homes clustered around shared
open space and common facilities.
A central clubhouse—the heart
of the neighborhood—typically
includes a dining room, kitchen,
lounge, workshop space, kid’s
playroom, and guest rooms.
Cars are kept to the edge of the
site, thus making the neighborhood pedestrian-friendly and safe
for children. Future residents are
involved in the design and development of their new community
so it reflects their needs and priorities, creating a truly custom
neighborhood.
Architects and authors Charles
Durrett and Kathryn McCamant
introduced cohousing to North
America in the 1980s with their
seminal book, Cohousing: A
Contemporary Approach to
Housing Ourselves, after studying
the movement in Denmark. There
are now more than 130 housing communities in the U.S. and
Canada. Together, McCamant and
Durrett, a husband-and-wife team,
have worked on over 50 cohousing projects. They now live in
Nevada City Cohousing.
Admission to the public presentation is free. For more
information on cohousing, visit
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To the delight of the greater
Sacramento area community,
25-five local museums will
offer free or half-priced admission from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Saturday, February 7th during the 17th Annual Sacramento
Museum Day. During the highly
anticipated event, most of the
nearly 25 museums will offer free
admission while two additional
destinations located in residential
areas — the Sacramento Zoo and
Fairytale Town — will offer halfpriced admission to offset traffic
control and security costs.
Coordinated by the Sacramento
Association of Museums (SAM)
and the Sacramento Convention
& Visitors Bureau, Sacramento
Museum Day is a popular cultural tradition designed to
encourage all members of the
community to experience the
capital city’s incredible wealth
of art, history, science, and wildlife at little or no cost. Many of
the museums are within walking
distance of each other and easily
accessible via public transportation. Event coordinators suggest
that guests plan to visit no more
than two or three different museums throughout the day in order
to allow adequate time to enjoy
the experience and to travel
between individual sites.
In addition to offering free or
reduced cost admission, many of
the destinations are offering special activities during Sacramento
Museum Day. These offers
include an open cockpit day at the
Aerospace Museum of California
where most aircraft will be open
for viewing (weather permitting).
The Aerospace Museum will also
hold a children’s art contest.
Also, the Masonic Service
Bureau will be onsite at the
Discovery Museum Science &
Space Center, providing free
electronic fingerprints of children for their parents while the
Sacramento History Museum
will offer hands-on gold panning
activities for kids, and the crowd
favorite Sacramento Children’s
Museum mascot, Leo, will make
special appearances throughout
the day.
The Old Sacramento
Schoolhouse Museum will get
into the spirit by serving cake to
celebrate the birthday of Laura
Ingalls Wilder and marking the
anniversary of Sacramento’s first
public school in February 1854.
“Every year is unique and
offers new discoveries for
guests to explore on Sacramento
Museum Day,” said Sacramento
Association of Museums Chair
Kristina Swanson. “With a
variety of participating museums located from Woodland
to Roseville, we’re pleased to
introduce interested community
members to the amazing array
of arts, culture, and museum
offerings available in the greater
Sacramento region.”
While admission will be free
at most of the participating
museums during Sacramento
Museum Day, admission to two
destinations located in residential
areas are half priced as follows:
Sacramento Zoo will cost $6 for
adults, $4 for children ages 2-11,
and free for children under two;
Fairytale Town is $2.75 per person and free for children ages one
and under.
Due to the popularity of
Sacramento Museum Day, some
locations must limit the number
of admissions for safety reasons.
The event is scheduled from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. but the last guests
will be admitted to museums at 4
p.m. More detailed information
about participating museums,
addresses, limitations, suggested
parking, and public transit
options are available at www.sacmuseums.org (click on “Events”)
or by calling the Sacramento
Convention & Visitors Bureau at
(916) 808-7777.
“We’d like to thank our new
sponsors—Bank of America and
Sacramento Covered—for helping us to present this important
event and introduce the community to the amazing array of
arts, culture, and museum offerings available in the greater
Sacramento region,” said
Swanson.
Sacramento Museum Day 2015
is also supported by active and
engaged media partners including
KSEG 96.9 FM, Outword Media,
and STAR 106.5 FM.
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Attend the Monthly Meeting of Military Retirees/Spouses
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG)
- The next monthly meeting
for Military Retirees/Spouses
is scheduled for February 10th,
2015. The meeting will be held
at North Highlands Park and
Recreation District, 6040 Watt
Avenue in North Highlands. The
meeting will start at 1030 hours.
The speaker for this event is
John Locher, senior ombudsman
for the Department of Motor
Vehicle (DMV). This should be
a very informative discussion on
DMV issues. Come on out and
enjoy a cup of coffee and some
delicious cookies. Questions can
be referred to the volunteer staff
at (640) 8446, Monday through
Thursday from 0900 to 1500
hours.
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Riley
Reviews
IRS Phone Scams Continue
to Be a Serious Threat
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG)
- The Internal Revenue Service
(IRS) has announced that aggressive and threatening phone calls
by criminals impersonating IRS
agents remain near the top of the
annual Dirty Dozen list of tax
scams for the 2015 filing season.
The IRS has seen a surge of
these phone scams in recent
months as scam artists threaten
police arrest, deportation, license
revocation, and other things.
The IRS reminds taxpayers to
guard against all sorts of con
games that arise during any filing season.
“If someone calls unexpectedly claiming to be from the
IRS with aggressive threats if
you don’t pay immediately, it’s
a scam artist calling,” said IRS
Commissioner John Koskinen.
“The first IRS contact with taxpayers is usually through the
mail. Taxpayers have rights, and
this is not how we do business.”
The Dirty Dozen is compiled
annually by the IRS and lists a
variety of common scams taxpayers may encounter any time
during the year. Many of these
con games peak during filing
season as people prepare their
tax returns or hire someone to do
so. This year, for the first time,
the IRS will issue the individual
Dirty Dozen scams one at a time
to raise consumer awareness.
Phone scams top the list this
year because it has been a persistent and pervasive problem
for many taxpayers for many
months. Scammers are able to
alter caller ID numbers to make
it look like the IRS is calling.
They use fake names and bogus
IRS badge numbers. They often
leave “urgent” callback requests.
They prey on the most vulnerable people, such as the elderly,
newly arrived immigrants, and
those whose first language is not
English. Scammers have been
known to impersonate agents
from IRS Criminal Investigation
as well.
“These criminals try to scare
and shock you into providing
personal financial information
on the spot while you are off
guard,” Koskinen said. “Don’t
be taken in and don’t engage
these people over the phone.”
The Treasury Inspector
General for Tax Administration
(TIGTA) has received reports of
roughly 290,000 contacts since
October 2013 and has become
aware of nearly 3,000 victims who have collectively paid
over $14 million as a result of
the scam, in which individuals
make unsolicited calls to taxpayers fraudulently claiming to be
IRS officials and demanding that
they send them cash via prepaid
debit cards.
Protect Yourself
As telephone scams continue across the country, the IRS
recently put out a new YouTube
video with a renewed warning
to taxpayers not to be fooled by
imposters posing as tax agency
representatives. The new Tax
Scams video describes some
basic tips to help protect taxpayers from tax scams.
These callers may demand
money or may say you have a
refund due and try to trick you
into sharing private information.
These con artists can sound convincing when they call. They
may know a lot about you.
The IRS reminds people that
there are easy ways to tell that
a supposed IRS caller is a fake.
Here are five things the scammers often do but the IRS will
never do; any one of these five
things is a tell-tale sign of a
scam:
The IRS will never call to
demand immediate payment, nor
will the agency call about taxes
owed without first having mailed
you a bill.
The IRS will never demand
that you pay taxes without giving you the opportunity to
question or appeal the amount
they say you owe.
The IRS will never require
you to use a specific payment
method for your taxes, such as a
prepaid debit card.
The IRS will never ask for
credit or debit card numbers over
the phone.
The IRS will never threaten
to bring in local police or other
law-enforcement groups to have
you arrested for not paying.
If you get a phone call from
someone claiming to be from
the IRS and asking for money,
here’s what you should do:
If you know you owe taxes
or think you might owe, call the
IRS at (800) 829-1040. The IRS
workers can help you with a payment issue.
If you know you don’t owe
taxes or have no reason to
believe that you do, report the
incident to the TIGTA at (800)
366-4484 or at www.tigta.gov.
If you’ve been targeted by this
scam, also contact the Federal
Trade Commission and use their
“FTC Complaint Assistant” at
www.FTC.gov. Please add “IRS
Telephone Scam” to the comments of your complaint.
Remember, too, the IRS does
not use email, text messages, or
any social media to discuss your
personal tax issue involving bills
or refunds. For more information on reporting tax scams, go
to www.irs.gov and type “scam”
in the search box.
Additional information about
tax scams is available on IRS
social media sites, including
YouTube at www.youtube.com/
irsvideos and Tumblr at www.
internalrevenueservice.tumblr.
com, where people can search
“scam” to find all the scamrelated posts.
Source: Internal Revenue
Service
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Allocation to Water Contractors Increased for 2015
SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG)
- December storm runoff and
close coordination among federal
and state agencies to take advantage of it will allow the California
Department of Water Resources
(DWR) to increase expected
water deliveries in 2015 to most
customers of the State Water
Project (SWP) from 10% of their
requested amounts to 15%. The
new allocation replaces the initial
allocation of 10% announced on
December 1st.
With the U.S. Bureau of
Reclamation, operator of the
Central Valley Project (CVP),
DWR also submitted a drought
contingency plan to state regulators today that highlights potential
modifications to water quality
rules and water rights permits
that project operators may seek,
depending on the weather.
The early submittal of the plan
to the State Water Resources
Control Board reflects an unprecedented level of coordination and
planning among the state and
federal agencies that either operate water projects based in the
Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
or regulate those projects. Tight
coordination in recent months
allowed the projects to store
storm runoff without violating
statutory and regulatory obligations to protect water quality and
wildlife.
A few storms reached
California last month, but there
have been none since December
21st. It will take sustained levels of significant snow and rain to
ease the drought, now in its fourth
year. Water conservation by residents and businesses across the
state remains critically important.
Since the December rains,
more than 450,000 acre-feet
(AF) of water have been moved
into San Luis Reservoir, a critical south-of-Delta pool for both
the SWP and the federal CVP.
Both projects have ready access
to this increased storage south of
the Delta to meet their contractors’ needs.
The 29 public water agencies
that take delivery of SWP supplies have requested 4,172,686
AF. With the new allocation,
contractors will receive 626,781
AF. If the contractors’ health and
safety needs cannot be met by that
allocation, DWR may increase
deliveries to satisfy those needs.
An acre-foot is roughly enough
water to meet the needs of a family of four for one year.
Increased storage in the state’s
major reservoirs gave DWR’s
water managers confidence they
can deliver the higher allocation.
Lake Oroville, the SWP’s principal reservoir, held 828,220 AF on
November 21st. The lake’s storage today is 1,396,535 AF, an
increase of nearly 570,000 AF.
Nevertheless, Oroville’s average
storage for this date is more than
2,234,000 AF, so the current storage is only 62% of average for
mid-January.
DWR Director Mark Cowin
said although allocations have
been increased, the current divergence from average conditions
due to the drought makes water
conservation as important as ever.
“We cannot stress enough,” he
said, “that water conservation
will be critical in stretching our
supplies to the maximum extent
possible throughout the coming
year.”
Cowin noted that dry conditions have been the norm since
the December storms. Northern
California has had virtually no
rain for the past three weeks, and
the near-term weather forecast
predicts little if any precipitation.
The Sierra snowpack, normally
an important source of water during the summer and fall, today
has a statewide water equivalent
of only 4.9 inches, just 36% of
normal for January 15th.
One year ago, DWR reduced
its initial allocation to contractors of five% to zero, the first
ever such allocation for all SWP
contractors. Storms in February
and March allowed managers to
increase the allocation back up
to five%. The only previous zero
allocation in the 54-year history
of the SWP was for agriculture
in 1991, but cities and others that
year received 30% of requested
amounts.
The final SWP allocation for
calendar year 2013 was 35%
of requested water amounts. In
2012, the final allocation was
65%. It was 80% in 2011, up
dramatically from an initial
allocation of 25%. The final allocation was 50% in 2010, 40% in
2009, 35% in 2008, and 60% in
2007. The last 100% allocation—
difficult to achieve even in wet
years because of Delta pumping
restrictions to protect threatened
and endangered fish species—was
in 2006.
California’s Water Year 2014—
overlapping with California’s
driest calendar year of 2013—
was the third driest in 119 years
of record, based on statewide
precipitation. When Water Year
2014 ended on September 30th,
the state’s reservoirs tracked by
DWR collectively held only 60%
of average storage for the date,
or 41% of capacity. Cumulative
reservoir storage on the same
date in the deep drought year of
1977 was five million AF less, but
California had 16 million fewer
people in 1977.
Lake Oroville in Butte County
is at 39% of its 3.5 million acrefoot capacity. Shasta Lake north
of Redding, California’s and
the CVP’s largest reservoir, is at
42% of its 4.5 million acre-foot
capacity (66% of its historical
average for mid-January). San
Luis Reservoir currently holds
47% of its 2 million AF capacity
(65% of average for today’s date).
In January 2014, Governor
Edmund G. Brown Jr. declared a
drought state of emergency and
issued statewide water conservation goals. The state recorded
5,620 fires during calendar year
2014 resulting in 90,606 acres
burned, about 1,000 fires more
than the annual average of the
preceding five years. Vast tracts
of farmland have been fallowed
and some communities have been
short on drinking water.
Long-range weather forecasts are uncertain, and it’s not
known whether this winter will
alleviate or deepen the drought,
leaving conservation efforts as
California’s most reliable drought
management tool.
Source: Department of Water
Resources
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SWEDISH-INSPIRED COMIC
CRIME STORY “BACKSTROM”
LANDS ON FOX
A TV Review by Tim Riley
Looking to break out of a
slump, the FOX Television
Group’s fate is in the hands of
Dana Walden and Gary Newman,
the new chairmen and CEOs of
a network desperately seeking
programming hits, a fact they
acknowledged at the winter TV
press tour.
The network chiefs fully realize that FOX now languishes
in fourth place and its ratings
are challenged, but nonetheless
Newman expressed optimism,
noting the way to turn things
around is to “do the hard work,
get in business with the best talent, support their visions, focus
on one time period at a time.”
Though the hip-hop music
industry drama “Empire” just
recently debuted, the network
chiefs were only too pleased to
inform the winter gathering of
the nation’s TV critics in sunny
Pasadena that the freshman show
has already been renewed for a
second season.
Not all is bleak at FOX as
“Gotham” has proved to be one
of the rare hits that keeps growing its audience, while the wacky
dysfunctional crew in New
York’s 99th police precinct in
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” now in
its second season, delivers one of
the true bright spots in the comedy lineup.
“Bones” has been on the air
longer than anyone can remember, and the fact that Hart
Hanson, the creator of that series,
is hoping for another knockout
success with the comedic crime
procedural “Backstrom” is not
out of the realm of possibility,
even though it may be a challenge for a series to thrive where
the central character is so patently
unlovable.
Loosely based on a series of
books written by Swedish author
Leif GW Persson, “Backstrom”
is an Americanized version of a
subversive crime procedural in
which the titular character is an
offensive, irascible and unhealthy
detective who just happens to see
the worst in everyone as he goes
about the business of solving
crimes.
Lt. Everett Backstrom, played
effortlessly by Rainn Wilson,
who managed to torment his
colleagues in the long-running
series “The Office” as an obsessive paper salesman, has returned
from disgrace to lead Portland’s
newly-minted Special Crimes
Unit, which is tasked with navigating the city’s most sensitive
and serious cases.
Oddly enough, Backstrom
seems to be completely incapable of handling sensitive matters
of any kind. This is a man with
no filter, taking an offensive
attitude to a new level with
his persistently loutish behavior. An unrepentant misogynist,
Backstrom has no qualms about
expressing sexist and racist
opinions.
The interesting dynamic is that,
though Backstrom doesn’t play
well with others, the outlandish detective must work with a
diverse team of colleagues, from
the idealistic young female detective Nicole Gravely (Genevieve
Angelson) to veteran case-closer
and part-time pastor Sgt. John
Almond (Dennis Haysbert).
Backstrom is not only grumpy
and ornery, but he’s been given
orders by his doctor to “make
a friend” so as to improve his
health. Well, he’s also told to
eat more vegetables, and neither instruction is likely to be
followed.
If Backstrom has any friend
at all, it may be his roommate
Gregory Valentine (Thomas
Dekker), a weird character in
his own right, who appears
to be the detective’s connection to the seedy underworld of
Portland flowing with drugs and
prostitution.
Other colleagues in
Backstrom’s orbit include the
quirky forensics expert Sgt.
Peter Niedermayer (Kristoffer
Polaha), good-guy Officer Frank
Moto (Page Kennedy), and civilian informant Nadia (Beatrice
Rosen), a Russian native oddly
well-connected.
The success of “Backstrom”
seemingly depends on the ability of Rainn Wilson’s character
to be funny enough with his sarcasm and quips so that he’s not
completely eclipsed by the detective’s offensive behavior. He’s
not so politely described as coming from a nether region.
I doubt anyone would really
want to knock back several beers
with Everett Backstrom. After all,
he’s not likable. The challenge
for the series will be its ability
to sustain ongoing interest in the
flawed detective’s sleuthing. For
now, “Backstrom” deserves a
chance for several viewings.
At the press tour conference,
Rainn Wilson, dutifully trying to
sell the series, observed that he
found his character more interesting because his life is falling
apart and that he would rather
“hang out with that person than a
slick procedural detective who’s
got all the answers.”
Later in the conference, Wilson
asked the audience to “take a little ride with us.” Admitting his
character is a jerk, Wilson noted
that we will learn “some really
interesting things about him and
his coping mechanisms, about his
family.”
Again, the challenge for
“Backstrom” is finding an audience willing to hang in for the 13
episodes for the arc of the darkly
comic story that is unknowable at
this point.
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It can’t hurt to listen to good
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Be careful not to get involved in
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workplace or in a personal
relationship.
Good
luck.
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all that it seems. Before making
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his big ol’ army. Dracula gets so
upset that he sells his soul for
some superpowers. It’s pretty
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an attempt to revamp a storied
villain, make him relatable and
cap it off with extra CG battles.
The result is lukewarm; instead of
sympathizing with the devil, you
end up bored with him.
COUCH THEATER -DVD PREVIEWS
By Sam Struckhoff
EDITOR’S NOTE: DVDs
reviewed in this column will be
available in stores the week of
February 2, 2015.
PICKS OF THE WEEK
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“John Wick” (R) -- This
rain-slick action flick has a lot to
offer, despite its ultra-tired plot
summary: It’s about a retired
assassin who goes on a rampage
of revenge. There, that’s out of
the way.
The titular John (Keanu
Reeves) is a legendary hit man
dealing with the loss of his wife
to terminal illness. A blundering
mafia prince (Alfie Allen)
interrupts John’s healing process
by breaking into his home, beating
him and killing his puppy -- the
puppy given to John by his late
wife. John makes several hundred
mobsters pay the Ultimate Price
for this grave mistake.
With more color, more energy
and more crunch, it just doesn’t
look or feel like the other movies
in its genre. It’s directed by a
duo of seasoned stuntmen -David Leitch and Chad Stahlski
-- who know how to make
exciting and frenetic fight scenes
without shaking the camera like
a tambourine.
“Dracula: Untold” (PG-13)
-- Before he was the Master of
Darkness, Dracula (Luke Evans)
was a good dad and a nice boss
with small fiefdom to run. Things
get bloody when a Turkish
overlord takes a thousand boys
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people that racism doesn’t exist
anymore, and nothing is offlimits. It doesn’t feel that way to
the college’s black students, who
see casual racism and ridiculous
stereotypes everywhere. The
jokes and subject matter can get
pretty uncomfortable, but there’s
a payoff. It’s the opening shot
for young writer/director Justin
Simien, making it clear that he’s
somebody to watch.
DOG OF THE WEEK
“The Best of Me” (PG-13) -Amanda and Dawson were two
uncommonly attractive teens in
a gold-coated country town made
for melodramas. She’s a beautiful
belle with a kind spirit; he’s a
soulful working-class hunk with a
brilliant mind and hurt in his eyes.
They split over tragic, contrived
reasons, only to be reunited 20
years later. They kiss in the rain.
They hold each other in fading
sunlight. They have wonderful
romantic chemistry wrapped up in
cheesy dialog and a frustratingly
predictable story.
First love has a special place
in the human heart, and maybe
that’s why we keep getting these
Nicholas Sparks movies -- each
time hoping we’ll feel that special
magic we got the first time with
“The Notebook.”
TV RELEASES
“Last of the Summer Wine:
Vintage 2003”
“The Bob Newhart Show:
Season 5”
“The Bob Newhart Show:
The Final Season”
“Wonder Years Season 2”
“Shakespeare Uncovered:
Series 2”
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By Samantha Weaver
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when he exits the U.S. space shuttle
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• On Feb. 8, 1990, singer-songwriter
Del Shannon (“Runaway” and “Hats
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widow would later file a high-profile
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which Shannon had begun taking
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Dental care
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IN YOUR LOCAL
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NEWSPAPER
STATEPOINT CROSSWORD • SUPER BOWL
CLUES
ACROSS
1. Supporting workers
6. Military activities
9. Self-satisfaction
13. *Mike Ditka has his own
brand of this smoke
14. One who is not Jewish,
Yiddish
15. Done for dramatic affect?
16. Often done for one’s sins
17. Unagi
18. Garment enlarger
19. *The ___ ____
21. *Winners of first two
Super Bowls
23. Après-____
24. Keep it up?
25. State V.I.P.
28. Starch used in Asian food
30. Extremely tiny
34. Top of Kilimanjaro, e.g.
36. Texting button
38. Result of too much
pressure
40. Pharrell Williams’ 2014
album
41. Last European colony in
China
43. Muslim honorific
44. Tax evader’s fear
46. *Something to play for
47. Track ____
48. Confusion
50. Feudal laborer
52. Like humor or martini
53. Charades action
55. 401(k) alternative
57. *Super Bowl host state
61. Fracas
65. Precedes birth
66. Former measure of U.S.
economy
68. Made cow noise
69. Mixtures
70. Earned at Wharton or
Kellogg
71. “_____ it!” said the
accused
72. *Hendricks and Ginn Jr.
73. Make a scene
74. Type of car
DOWN
1. Wound, eventually
2. South American monkey
3. All excited
4. Vampire’s feature, pl.
5. One who ______ out at the site of
a snake
6. Curved molding
7. “The Raven” writer
8. Airy spirit
9. Dropped or fell
10. Source of artist’s inspiration
11. ____-friendly
12. Understands
15. Alfresco meal
20. Unhealthy vapors
22. *Teams rely on this kicker sense
24. To the point
25. Lady of “Applause”
26. Poppy product
27. Opera composer Giuseppe _____
29. *Cleats, helmet, pads
31. Pack like sardines
32. Was violently angry
33. Shade of yellow
35. *49
37. Copenhagen native
39. *Super Bowl halftime performer
42. Finno-_____ language
45. Malignant or benign ones
49. Bowling target
51. Drab and unattractive people
54. Molten rock
56. Before, in the olden days
57. Sir Mix-_-___
58. Rapid series of short loud sounds
59. Footnote acronym
60. Menageries
61. A quarrel
62. *Not a Super Bowl party without
it?
63. Bulgarian money
64. Place of forbidden fruit
67. *Where to watch
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Week of January
30,2015
Adoption
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---------------------------------------------PREGNANT? CONSIDERING
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Announcements
Thanksgiving to St Jude
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(MPG 10-16-14)
---------------------------------------------DID YOU KNOW 144 million U.S.
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For Rent
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(MPG 1-15-15)
916-972-0651.
For Sale
Toyota Touring Prius 2009. 58K.
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(MPG 12-31-14)
--------------------------------------------Chairs, Matching Barcalounger
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Condition, Asking $150 each. Call
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For Sale
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For more info email [email protected]
(MPG 02-28-15)
gmail.com
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Career Training
AVIATION Grads work with
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of Maintenance 888-686-1704 (NANI)
Credit/Debt Services
GET FREE OF CREDIT CARD
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Divorce
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Free recorded message
1-800-213-4205
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---------------------------------------------
Aspiranet is seeking loving
homes for foster children in
need. Contact 1-877-380-HERO
for info and register for training.
aspiranetheroes.org (MPG 04-30-13)
Health & Medical
Can’t Stop Eating
Compulsive Eaters Anonymous –
HOW (CEA-HOW)
We’re a nonprofit organization for anyone suffering from
Compulsive Eating, Anorexia, and
Bulimia. A fellowship of individuals who understand your problem
and will offer you support. Come
find examples of others who
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Membership is Anonymous
There are no dues or fees
for membership
The only requirement is a desire
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CALL: 916-434-5894 for meeting times and locations OR Visit
(MPG 07-31-14)
ceahow.org
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Heating & Air
AC Repair Low Prices 487-4609 (MPG)
---------------------------------------------
Heating & Air
Moving Services
VICTORIA HEATING
& AIR CONDITIONING
STEADY MOVES
You rent the truck…we will
make sure it’s loaded/unloaded
PROFESSIONALLY!
(Lic#322945)
916-206-3183.
Email [email protected]
Lic#877379
Over 10 Years of Experience
We Provide
SERVICE, REPAIR,
CHANGE OUT AND NEW INSTALL
• Easy • Fast Response
• Reasonable Price
• We offer a
Special $50 Diagnostic Fee
• We will tell you what is wrong with
your unit and how much it will cost
to fix your unit before we begin work
• Each project is confirmed in writing
and one year warranty
• OR, new unit installed with
5 to 10 years warranty
So Don’t Wait! Call Us At
(209) 338-4475 or (916) 474-0173
(MPG 16-02-14)
Help Animals
SPCA Thrift Shop Helpless animals need your donations. The
Real Non-Profit. Will pick up. Call
916-442-8118. 1517E Street for
donations–10-4pm (MPG)
Help Wanted
Part time Merchandiser
Auburn, California. Apply at: www.
apply2jobs.com/tng (MPG 12-31-14)
---------------------------------------------LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
in Sacramento
Good English, driving ability and
Asian/Indian cooking essential.
We have an attached 1 bedroom
apartment with separate entrance.
For 4-8 wks. Probation at $15
per hr., afterwards up to $2500
per month + apt. + food, etc. Call
(MPG 11-31-14)
916-484-1333
---------------------------------------------Caring Compassionate Seniors
WANTED! SENIORS HELPING
SENIORS®, a leader in the
Senior in-home service industry,
has immediate PT openings for
Providers. Qualified candidate
will have life experience, an interest in making a difference in
the lives of other seniors and be
comfortable working with senior
citizens. Flexible schedules…we’ll
work around your schedule! Valid
driver’s license and use of auto
is required.Call us today for more
information. (916) 372 9640 (MPG)
---------------------------------------------AVON - Earn extra income with a
new career! Sell from home, work,
online. $15 startup. For information,
(Cal-SCAN)
call: 877-830-2916.
---------------------------------------------AIRLINE CAREERS start here
– Get FAA approved Aviation
Mechanic training. Financial aid for
qualified students. Job placement
assistance. Get started by calling
AIM now 888-216-1687
(SWAN)
Help Wanted
Drivers
If you have a vehicle that can
tow at least 7,000 pounds,
you can make a living delivering RVs as a contract driver for
Foremost Transport! Be your
own boss and see the country.
ForemostTransport.Blogspot.com
(Cal-SCAN)
or 866-764-1601!
---------------------------------------------ATTN: Drivers - $2K Sign-On
Bonus! SAME DAY APPROVALS.
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(Cal-SCAN)
---------------------------------------------Obtain Class A CDL in 2 ½
weeks. Company Sponsored
Training. Also Hiring Recent Truck
School Graduates, Experienced
Drivers. Must be 21 or Older. Call:
(866) 275-2349
(Cal-SCAN)
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Home
Maintenance
A Quality
Home
Maintenance
Gutters
Cleaned
By Gutter Dog
(916) 613-8359
Inhome Childcare
Nenes
Smart
Start
Small in-home Childcare MF 7AM-6PM. Infant thru 5
Preschool certified Licensed
& Insured,
(916) 723-3342
[email protected]
Insurance/Health
Lowest Prices on Health & Dental
Insurance. We have the best rates
from top companies! Call Now!
888-989-4807.
(Cal-SCAN)
Landa’s
HOUsE CLEanInG
Serves Sacramento Areas. Residential & Commercial Cleaning
Services. For More Information:
www.landashousecleaning.com
(MPG 04-30-14)
Medical Supplies
/Equipment
Safe Step Walk-In Tub Alert
for Seniors. Bathroom falls can
be fatal. Approved by Arthritis
Foundation. Therapeutic Jets. Less
Than 4 Inch Step-In. Wide Door.
Anti-Slip Floors. American Made.
Installation Included. Call 800799-4811 for $750 Off. (Cal-SCAN)
---------------------------------------------Medical Alert for Seniors - 24/7
monitoring. FREE Equipment. FREE
Shipping. Nationwide Service.
$29.95/ Month CALL Medical
Guardian Today 855-334-1975
PaintingServices
ServiceS
Painting
Anni The Painter
One Room
at a Time
Okay!
• Perfectionist
• Fun Ideas • Kid’s Rooms
• Cabinets • Bathrooms
• Kitchens • Etc.
(MPG 06-30-14)
Miscellaneous
South Oregon Bed and Breakfast
Rogue River, Oregon. 8 miles
to Grants Pass. One mile off
I-5 and from the scenic Rogue
River Historic Town. Nightyl/
Weekly Rates. Thrifty. Call Nancy
541-582-4163
(MPG 02-28-15
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Banjos. 1-800-401-0440 (NANI)
---------------------------------------------Make a Connection. Real
People, Flirty Chat. Meet singles right now! Call LiveLinks.
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1-877-737-9447.
18+
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your future payments any longer! Call 1-800-714-4724 (NANI)
---------------------------------------------SELL/RENT YOUR TIMESHARE
Now! Guaranteed Services
find more buyers/renters. NO
GIMMICKS JUST RESULTS!
www.BuyATimeshare.
(NANI)
com
1-888-879-8612
---------------------------------------------HERO MILES - to find out more
about how you can help our service members, veterans and
their families in their time of need,
visit the Fisher House website
at www.fisherhouse.org (NANI)
---------------------------------------------Safe Step Walk-In Tub Alert
for Seniors. Bathroom falls can
be fatal. Approved by Arthritis
Foundation. Therapeutic Jets.
Less Than 4 Inch Step-In. Wide
Door. Anti-Slip Floors. American
Made. Installation Included. Call
800-980-6076 for $750 Off. (NANI)
---------------------------------------------CASH FOR CARS: All Cars/
Trucks Wanted. Running or Not!
Top Dollar Paid. We Come To You!
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Call 1-855-978-2608 TODAY! (NANI)
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you. Medicare Patients Call Health
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---------------------------------------------SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
BENEFITS. Unable to work? Denied
benefits? We Can Help! WIN or
Pay Nothing! Contact Bill Gordon
& Associates at 1-800-290-8321 to
start your application today! (NANI)
---------------------------------------------CASH PAID for unexpired,
sealed DIABETIC TEST STRIPS!
1 DAY PAYMENT & PREPAID
shipping. HIGHEST PRICES!
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Cash4DiabeticSupplies.com (NANI)
---------------------------------------------DIRECTV starting at $24.95/
mo. Free 3-Months of HBO,
starz, SHOWTIME & CINEMAX
FREE RECEIVER Upgrade!
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exclusions apply - Call for details 1-800-647-1163 (SWAN)
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Channels. FREE Equipment,
Installation & Activation. CALL,
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Miscellaneous
for Sale
SAWMILLS from only $4397.00MAKE & SAVE MONEY with
your own bandmill - Cut lumber
any dimension. In stock ready
to ship. FREE Info/DVD: www.
NorwoodSawmills.com
1-800578-1363 Ext.300N
(Cal-SCAN)
Music Lessons
Guitar Lessons – Beginner to
Advanced. $10/half hour. $15/hour.
[email protected]
530-263-6926 (MPG)
---------------------------------------------Piano lessons for children
and adults by experienced,
creative teacher. Citrus Heights.
For more information, visit
www.anitraalexander.com, or call
(MPG)
(916) 725-1054
GOT LOCAL NEWS?
Call 773-1111
New Molding Installs • Small Jobs OK!
Lic # 733938 • Free Bids
916-532-6194
Personals
Want to hear from a vibrant
S.D.A. Church Man. I am a vibrant
S.D.A. Church Woman, 81 yrs old,
5 ft 7 ins. Interested in going to
church, traveling. Have a FREE
pass to Yosemite. Enjoy Camp
meetings. Please call me anytime
at 916-496-5740 (MPG 10-31-14)
---------------------------------------------MEET SINGLES RIGHT NOW! No
paid operators, just real people like
you. Browse greetings, exchange
messages and connect live. Try it
free. Call now 1-800-945-3392.
(Cal-SCAN)
Pets/Animals
DOG RESCUE
Gary
(916) 334-2841
Please
Adopt or Foster
Because so many really
great dogs are dying
for a good home...
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@hotmail.com
Real Estate
Hope for
Troubled
Homeowners
We Provide SoluTionS
Call Our Short Sale Hotline
for a FREE Consultation
(916) 331-3311
Sac Short Sale Pros
License #01128753
(MPG 06-30-13)
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HELP NEEDED
AT HOME
REQUIRED
Handyman - Jack of All
Trades, Live-in Caretaker.
Small furnished Studio
in Colfax area.
Call 530-637-4022
(MPG 10-31-14)
LOST AND
FOUND
Old Family photo
album found at a
Regional Transit Bus
Stop in the vicinity
of Orangevale.
Please call
916-483-2299,
ask for Lynne,
to identify it.
Waverly Independent Beauty Consultant
www.marykay.com/whill61
530-415-6469
NOTICE TO READERS
California law requires that contractors taking
jobs that total $500 or more (labor and/or
materials) be licensed by the Contractors
State License Board. State law also requires
that contractors include their license numbers
on all advertising. Check your contractor’s
status at www.cslb.ca.gov or 800-321-CSLB
(2752). Unlicensed persons taking jobs
that total less than $500 must state in their
advertisements that they are not licensed
by the Contractors State License Board.
DISCLAIMER
Be wary of out of area companies. Check
with the local Better Business Bureau
before you send any money for fees or
services. Read and understand any contracts
before you sign. Shop around for rates.
SWORDS
FOR SALE
6 Spanish Swords
labeled “Toledo”
purchased in Spain
4 large 2 small
Engraved
$150
Call 785-375-3467
LEGAL ADS FOR
SACRAMENTO COUNTY?
We
Can
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to place
place your
your
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legal advertising
legal
HONEST LOCAL INVESTOR
BUYS HOUSES FOR CASH…
Call Me First!! Mike (916) 203-1585
[email protected] (MPG 02-28-14)
Schools/Education
TRAIN AT HOME TO PROCESS
MEDICAL BILLING & INSURANCE
CLAIMS! NO EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED! Become a Medical
Office Assistant now with our
online training program! HS
Diploma/GED & Computer/
Internet required to participate. 1-877-649-3155 (Cal-SCAN)
Volunteers
Needed
LIKE TO
PLAY BINGO?
Support Veterans While You Play!
Bingo Volunteers needed every
Thursday, Friday, Sunday nights
from 4-10pm at Sacramento Bingo
Center. 916-533-9811. (MPG 03-31-14)
---------------------------------------------Bristol Hospice is looking for
volunteers to provide companionship with our hospice patients and
families. We provide the training
and match you with a family in
your area. Please call volunteer
services for more information at
(916) 782-5511. (MPG 12-31-13)
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Work Wanted
I do pruning, weeding and planting,
interior painting, garage and house
cleaning. And de-cluttering and organizing. I transport to medical, other appointments, shopping etc. and
errands. No job to small. Health and
Security background. References.
College grad. Tim 503-460-7149.
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENTS
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09845. Kathy Q. Tran, 209 Cafaro Circle,
Sacramento, CA 95834 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Best Furniture & Mattress” at
6801 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95823. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on December 22, 2014.
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
BESTFURN
141222
1-30-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09708. Ronnie Bryant, Sr., 8305 Rambleton
Way, Antelope, CA 95843 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “RB Discounts” at 8305
Rambleton Way, Antelope, CA 95843. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on December 15, 2014.
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
FBDISC
141224
1-30-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09303. Ralph Allen Dean, 2741 Tiffany West
Way, Sacramento, CA 95827 is doing business under
the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Skin of Saints Music” at
2741 Tiffany West Way, Sacramento, CA 95827. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on November 25, 2014.
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
SKIN
141222
1-30-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09830. Tom’s Rapid Retrieval & Delivery,
Inc., 4900 Madison Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95841
is doing business under the Fictitious Business
Name(s) “Orangevale Florist” at 9346 Greenback
Lane, Orangevale, CA 95662. Filed with the Clerk
of Sacramento County on December 19, 2014.
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
ORANGEVALE
141223
1-30-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09857. Mikaloh Liviokis and Linda Deos, 2377
Gold Meadow Way, Suite 100, Gold River, CA 95670 is
doing business under the Fictitious Business Name(s)
“Consumers First Attorneys, LLP” at 2377 Gold Meadow
Way, Suite 100, Gold River, CA 95670. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on December 22, 2014.
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
CONSUMERS
141223
1-30-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09516. Richard Faulk, 2325 25th
Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95822 is doing business
under the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Above
and Below the h20, Faulk Enterprise” at 2325 25th
Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95822. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on December 8, 2014.
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
FAULK
150102
1-30-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00002. Chris Medeiros, 5554 Ridgepoint
Drive, Antelope, CA 95843 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Home Healthy Products” at
5554 Ridgepoint Drive, Antelope, CA 95843. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 2, 2015.
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
HOME
150102
1-30-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09730. Quick’s Glass Service, Inc., 4701 Florin
Road, Sacramento, CA 95823 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Sacramento Autoglass &
Mirror” at 4701 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95823. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on December 16, 2014.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
SACAUTOGLASS
150106
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00122. Applied Wireless Consulting,
4205 New York Avenue, Fair Oaks, CA 95628
is doing business under the Fictitious Business
Name(s) “Applied Asset Management” at 4205 New
York Avenue, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 6, 2015.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
APPLIED
150106
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09513. Andrew Tristen Hoffman, 9108 Greco
Court, Sacramento, CA 95829 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Endless Tattoo Club” at 7254
Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95823. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on December 8, 2014.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
ENDLESS
150106
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00115. Lakeshia Brown, 6600 Branchwater
Way, Citrus Heights, CA 95621 is doing business under
the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Love the Feeling
Wedding & Event Planning” at 6600 Branchwater
Way, Citrus Heights, CA 95621. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 6, 2015.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
LOVE
150107
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00172. Elvin Lee McCray, 3000 Starfire Drive,
Sacramento, CA 95826 is doing business under the Fictitious
Business Name(s) “Sacramento Realty Group, Sac Rlty
Grp” at 3000 Starfire Drive, Sacramento, CA 95826. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 7, 2015.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
SACRLTYGRP
150107
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00057. Imadullah Ahmadi, 2760 Corabel Lane,
Apt. 30, Sacramento, CA 95821 is doing business under
the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Nangarhar Export” at
2760 Corabel Lane, Apt. 30, Sacramento, CA 95821. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 5, 2015.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
NANGARHAR 150107
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09935. Leslie Terrell, 9929 Nebula Way,
Sacramento, CA 95827 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Fellowship & Truth Ministries”
at 9929 Nebula Way, Sacramento, CA 95827. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on December 26, 2014.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
FELLOWSHIP 150108
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09735. Kirsten Locke, 4701 Courtland Lane,
Carmichael, CA 95608 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “[Un]Locked Yoga” at 4701
Courtland Lane, Carmichael, CA 95608. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on December 16, 2014.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
UNLOCKED 150112
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00270. Royce Fautt, 8000 Sierra Street,
Fair Oaks, CA 95628 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “RF Company” at 8000
Sierra Street, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 9, 2015.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
RFCOMPANY 150109
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00272. Zach T. Olsen, 8277 Northwind
Way, Orangevale, CA 95662 is doing business
under the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Z.A.” at 8277
Northwind Way, Orangevale, CA 95662. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 9, 2015.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
ZA
150109
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09906. Michael Mello, Jr., 5185 Cabot
Circle, Sacramento, CA 95820 is doing business
under the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Green
Valley Landscape Services” at 8440 Belvedere
Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95826. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on December 23, 2014.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
GREEN
150109
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00271. Robert G. Warner, 8000 Sierra
Street, Fair Oaks, CA 95628 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “W.E. Transportation Co.”
at 8000 Sierra Street, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 9, 2015.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
WETRANS
150109
2-6-15
January 30, 2015
LEGAL ADVERTISING
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09941. Demetrius Boyd, 3904 Arden Way,
Sacramento, CA 95864 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Arden Park Fitness” at
3904 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA 95864. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on December 29, 2014.
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
ARDENPARK
150112
2-6-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00273. B’Hatzlacha, LLC., 4916 J Parkway,
Sacramento, CA 95823 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Be Kosher Foods” at 1310
Howe Avenue, Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95825. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 9, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
BEKOSHER
150112
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00297. Saleh M. Elkarany, 3233 Murchison
Way, Carmichael, CA 95608 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Love & Peace Florist” at
3233 Murchison Way, Carmichael, CA 95608. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 12, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
LOVE
150112
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09963. Daebak, Inc., 2617 Marconi Avenue,
Sacramento, CA 95821 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “I Love Teriyaki #17” at 2617
Marconi Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95821. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on December 29, 2014.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
ILOVE
150112
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00306. Bhullars Food, Inc., 9655 Elk Grove
Florin Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624 is doing business under
the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Old Town Liquor” at 9655
Elk Grove Florin Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 12, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
OLDTOWN
150113
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2014-09517. Tonee Hayes, 3632 Sardinia Island
Way, Sacramento, CA 95834 is doing business under
the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Nef the Pharoah” at 3632
Sardinia Island Way, Sacramento, CA 95834. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on December 8, 2014.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
NEF
150113
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00331. Stephen Savell, 5132 El Camino
Avenue #304, Carmichael, CA 95608 is doing business
under the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Nor Cal Tax” at
4020 El Camino Avenue Sacramento, CA 95821. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 13, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
NORCALTAX
150113
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00348. Paul Welding, 5849 Sunrise
Vista Drive, Apt. 130, Citrus Heights, CA 95610
is doing business under the Fictitious Business
Name(s) “We-B-Flipping” at 5849 Sunrise Vista Drive,
Apt. 130, Citrus Heights, CA 95610. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 13, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
WEBEFLIP
150113
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00315. Happy Camper Teardrop Rentals,
LLC., 6928 9th Avenue, Rio Linda, CA 95673 is doing
business under the Fictitious Business Name(s)
“Happy Camper Teardrop Rentals, LLC.” at 6928
9th Avenue, Rio Linda, CA 95673. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 12, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
HAPPY
150113
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00107. Kummerle Enterprises, Inc., 5741
Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95841 is doing
business under the Fictitious Business Name(s)
“Microwave & Appliance Repair Co.” at 5741 Auburn
Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95841. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 6, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
MICROWAVE
150113
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00296. Greenstone Villa Incorporated,
4436 Vega Loop, Shingle Springs, CA 95682
is doing business under the Fictitious Business
Name(s) “Dirt Busters Car Wash” at 5505 Madison
Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95841. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 12, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
DIRT
150113
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00323. Deyao Gao, 7465 Hither Way,
Sacramento, CA 95822 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Dream Furniture” at 7465
Hither Way, Sacramento, CA 95822. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 12, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
DREAM
150113
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00335. Randall B. and Brenda L. Hill, 7634
Denio Way, Citrus Heights, CA 95610 is doing business
under the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Cal Rewards” at
7634 Denio Way, Citrus Heights, CA 95610. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 13, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
CALREWARDS 150114
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00425. The Good Shepherd Evangelistic
Outreach Ministries, 3337 Balada Way, Rancho
Cordova, CA 95670 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Twice is Nice” at 3337
Balada Way, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 15, 2015.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
TWICENICE 150116
2-13-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00441 Marcel Nita and Damaris B. Danco, 80
Morrison Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95838 is doing business
under the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Nor Cal Transport”
at 80 Morrison Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95838. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 16, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
NORCAL
150119
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00431 Surjeet Singh Bhathal, 3308 Pepperridge
Drive, Antelope, CA 95843 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Golden Eagle Transport” at
308 Pepperridge Drive, Antelope, CA 95843. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 15, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
GOLDEN
150119
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00477 Kabao X. Herr, 17945 Indian Peak
Road, Cottonwood, CA 96022 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Seesawan Super Market“
at 2300 Florin Road, Sacramento, CA 95822. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 20, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
SEESAWAN
150120
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00046 Kristene Pockrandt, 8966 Emsdale
Way, Sacramento, CA 95829 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Highbrow” at 947 Enterprise
Drive, Suite D#22, Sacramento, CA 95825 Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 5, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
HIGHBROW
150120
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00048 Kristin Gieseker, 2527 D Street,
Sacramento, CA 95816 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Brown Eyed Girl” at 947
Enterprise Drive, Suite D#22, Sacramento, CA 95825 Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 5, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
BROWNEYED
150120
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00482 Annelle Woodruff, 6100 S.
Land Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95831 is doing
business under the Fictitious Business Name(s)
“Harmony Recreation Products” at 6100 S. Land
Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95831 Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 20, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
HARMONY
150120
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00516 David Vierra, 4331 Marshall Avenue,
Carmichael, CA 95608 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Heritage Land Company” at
4331 Marshall Avenue, Carmichael, CA 95608 Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 20, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
HERITAGE
150120
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00465 Nina J. Vigil, 1125 7th Avenue,
Sacramento, CA 95818, Ellen R. Cochran, 8908 Glenroy
Way, Sacramento, CA 95826, Alan Clark, 7233 Gail Way,
Fair Oaks, CA 95628 and Bob Woodward, 3325 Amoruso
Way, Roseville, CA 95747 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Camellia String Quartet”
at 1125 7th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95818 Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 16, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
CAMELLIA
150121
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00302 Chunlian Situ, 360 Aldeburgh Circle,
Sacramento, CA 95834 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Raley Hot Wok 405“ at 4850
Freeport Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95822. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 12, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
RALEY
150121
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00593 Jesse Tremblay, 2452 Ione Street,
Sacramento, CA 95864 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “The Home Improvement
Guy“ at 2452 Ione Street, Sacramento, CA 95864. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 22, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
HOME
150122
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00559 Jordan Washington, 5117 Dynasty
Way, Sacramento, CA 95835 and Aaliyah Hines, 8282
Calvine Road, Apt. 2027, Sacramento, CA 95828 is
doing business under the Fictitious Business Name(s)
“Royal Tresses Imports and Royal Tresses“ at 5117
Dynasty Way, Sacramento, CA 95835. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 21, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
ROYAL
150122
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00533 Russell Kuang, 2179 Royal Street,
Stockton, CA 95210 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Galt China Express“ at
1061 C Street #130, Galt, CA 95632. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 21, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
GALTCHINA
150122
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00677 Keisha Nicole Green, 4217 Dardanelles
Street, Sacramento, CA 95834 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “In God We Trust“ at 4217
Dardanelles Street, Sacramento, CA 95834. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 26, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
INGOD
150126
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00513 Natalie M. Estrada, 11714 Kouros Way,
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Balayage Hair Studio“ at 530
Pavlions Lane #116, Sacramento, CA 95825. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 25, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
BALAYAGE
150122
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00550 Lloyd A. Wise Corp., 2820 Auburn
Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95821 is doing business under
the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Nissan of Sacramento“ at
2820 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95821. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 21, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
NISSAN
150122
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00499 Chad Hummel, 5319 Markwood
Lane, Fair Oaks, CA 95628 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Infinity Automation“ at 5319
Markwood Lane, Fair Oaks, CA 95628. Filed with the Clerk
of Sacramento County on January 20, 2015. Publish:
January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
INFINITY
150123
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00512 Daniel David Hall, 7000 Fair
Oaks Boulevard #117, Carmichael, CA 95608
is doing business under the Fictitious Business
Name(s) “Photopro Investigators“ at 7000 Fair Oaks
Boulevard #117, Carmichael, CA 95608. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 20, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
PHOTOPRO
150123
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00565 Jenny M. Ramirez, 8358 Clear Corrie
Court, Antelope, CA 95843 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Along Came Jenny“ at
8358 Clear Corrie Court, Antelope, CA 95843. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 22, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
ALONG
150122
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00627 Dogtime, LLC., 5441 Hackberry Lane,
Sacramento, CA 95841 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Arcade Creek Kennels“ at
5441 Hackberry Lane, Sacramento, CA 95841. Filed with
the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 23, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
ARCADE
150125
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00569 Noe Ricardo Avalos, 5526 Mike Arthur
Court, Citrus Heights, CA 95610 is doing business under
the Fictitious Business Name(s) “Abiah Mowing Service“
at 5526 Mike Arthur Court, Citrus Heights, CA 95610. Filed
with the Clerk of Sacramento County on January 26, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
ABIAH
150126
2-20-15
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
FBNF2015-00534 Alan Beilgard, 9405 Tonkin Drive,
Orangevale, CA 95662 is doing business under the
Fictitious Business Name(s) “Vent-tastic“ at 9405
Tonkin Drive, Orangevale, CA 95662. Filed with the
Clerk of Sacramento County on January 21, 2015.
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
VENT-TASTIC
150121
2-20-15
STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE
OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
FBNF2012-09710
The following person(s) has/have abandoned the
use of the FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME of “Affordable
Tax Preparation, Tax Time 1, 2, 3, Nor Cal Bookkeeping
& Tax Service, Nor Call Tax & Bookkeeping”, located
at 4020 El Camino Avenue #B4, Sacramento, CA
95821. Jacqueline and Stephen Savell, 4413 Robertson
Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95821. The Fictitious
Business Name Statement referred to above was filed
on December 6, 2012 in the County of Sacramento.
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
NORCALBOOK
150113
2-13-15
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173221
WHEREAS, Jorge Alberto Moran Aguirre and
Rosalva Vargas Moya have filed a petition with
this court for a decree changing the name(s) of
Madeline Moran Vargas to Madeline Moran Vargas.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 4, 2015, in Department 53,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 24, 2014
David I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
VARGAS
141224
1-30-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173235
WHEREAS, Ngoc Thi Le has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the
name(s) of Ngoc Thi Le to Jacqueline Thi Jones.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 9:00 a.m. on March 4, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 24, 2014
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
LE
141224
1-30-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173269
WHEREAS, FNU Zabihullah has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the
name(s) of FNU Zabihullah to Zabihullah Qazizada.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 6, 2015, in Department 53,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 24, 2014
David I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
ZABIHULLAH
141230
1-30-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173267
WHEREAS, Zahra Firoozi has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the
name(s) of Zahra Firoozi to Goli Javan-Javidan.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 6, 2015, in Department 53,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 24, 2014
David I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
FIROOZI
141231
1-30-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173429
WHEREAS, FNU Ramez has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing
the name(s) of FNU Ramez to Ramez Hassan.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 9, 2015, in Department 53,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 26, 2014
David I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015
RAMEZ
150102
1-30-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2015-00173609
WHEREAS, JoAnn Milligan-Link has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the
name(s) of JoAnn Milligan-Link to JoAnn Milligan.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 10, 2015, in Department 53,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: January 7, 2015
David I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
MILLIGAN
150107
2-6-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00172662
WHEREAS, Jennifer Hagar has filed a petition with this
court for a decree changing the name(s) of Claire Pamela
Benham to Claire Pamela Hagar, Jayden Steven Benham
to Jayden Steven Hagar.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in the above
entitled matter appear before this court at 9:00 a.m. on
February 26, 2015, in Department 54, located at 800 Ninth
Street, Third Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814, and show
cause, if any, why the petition for Change of Name should
not be granted.
Dated: December 10, 2014
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
HAGAR
150107
2-6-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2015-00173652
WHEREAS, Elizabeth Ann Munoz ObonBonilla has filed a petition with this court for a
decree changing the name(s) of Elizabeth Ann
Munoz Obon-Bonilla to Elizabeth Ann Obon Bonilla.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 9:00 a.m. on March 11, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: January 7, 2015
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
BONILLA
150108
2-6-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2015-00173641
WHEREAS, Mildred Jones has filed a petition
with this court for a decree changing the name(s)
of Dania Taryah Davis to Nia Taryah Cook.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 9:00 a.m. on March 10, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: January 7, 2015
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
JONES
150108
2-6-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2015-00173600
WHEREAS, Heather S. Mayer, attorney for Petitioner,
Julie Beth Flynn-Shepherd, has filed a petition with this
court for a decree changing the name(s) of Julie Beth
Flynn-Shepherd to Julie Beth Frawley.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in the above
entitled matter appear before this court at 9:00 a.m. on
March 9, 2015, in Department 54, located at 800 Ninth
Street, Third Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814, and show
cause, if any, why the petition for Change of Name should
not be granted.
Dated: January 5, 2015
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
SHEPHERD
150112
2-6-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00172392
WHEREAS, Lue Thao has filed a petition with
this court for a decree changing the name(s) of
R’majae Lamar Bernstine to R’majae Lamar Holland.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court at
9:00 a.m. on February 19, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 3, 2014
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 16, 23, 30 and February 6, 2015
THAO
150112
2-6-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00172997
WHEREAS, Seipati Paulina Makhobeng has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the name(s) of
Seipati Paulina Makhobeng to Seipati Sasha Makhobeng.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 2, 2015, in Department 53,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 17, 2014
David I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
MAKHOBENG
150113
2-13-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173650
WHEREAS, Jennifer Dilly and Hannah Abigail Bloom
have filed a petition with this court for a decree changing
the name(s) of Hannah Abigail Bloom to Hannah
Samantha Abigail Bloom.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in the above
entitled matter appear before this court at 9:00 a.m. on
March 11, 2015, in Department 54, located at 800 Ninth
Street, Third Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814, and show
cause, if any, why the petition for Change of Name should
not be granted.
Dated: January 7, 2015
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
BLOOM
150114
2-13-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173645
WHEREAS, Syed Sardar Hussain has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the
name(s) of Syed Sardar Hussain to Sardar H. Syed.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 11, 2015, in Department 53,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: January 7, 2015
David I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
HUSSAIN
150114
2-13-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173948
WHEREAS, Anthony Vang has filed a petition with this
court for a decree changing the name(s) of Anthony Vang
to Anthony Yang.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in the above
entitled matter appear before this court at 9:00 a.m. on
March 18, 2015, in Department 54, located at 800 Ninth
Street, Third Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814, and show
cause, if any, why the petition for Change of Name should
not be granted.
Dated: January 14, 2015
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
VANG
150115
2-13-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00171827
WHEREAS, Phillip Madrid and Kristen Ventura have
filed a petition with this court for a decree changing the
name(s) of Lolana Rose Ventura to Lolana Rose Madrid.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 20, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: November 19, 2014
David I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
MADRID
150115
2-13-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173934
WHEREAS, Habtamu Wayessa Galla has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the name(s)
of Habtamu Wayessa Galla to Habtamu Wayessa Gela.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 9:00 a.m. on March 16, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: January 14, 2015
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 23, 30, February 6 and 13, 2015
GALLA
150114
2-13-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173257
WHEREAS, Charlan J. Cabalsi on behalf of Grace
L. Cabalsi-Perez, a minor has filed a petition with this
court for a decree changing the name(s) of Grace Leilani
Cabalsi-Perez to Grace Leilani Cabalsi-Perez Fejarang.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 2:00 p.m. on March 5, 2015, in Department 53,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 24, 2014
David. I. Brown, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
CABALSI
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00171834
WHEREAS, La Tasha Ann Russell has filed a petition
with this court for a decree changing the name(s) of La
Tasha Ann Russell to La Tasha Ann Russell Guerra.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 9:00 a.m. on March 20, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: January 20, 2015
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
RUSSELL
150122
2-20-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173946
WHEREAS, Natasha Maire Leubner has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the name(s)
of Jaiden Michael Leubner to Jaiden Michael Connolly.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 9:00 a.m. on March 17, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: January 14, 2015
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
LEUBNER
150122
2-20-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173270
WHEREAS, Neha Ayub Khan
has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the
name(s) of Neha Ayub Khan to Neha Ayub Nagra.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 9:00 a.m. on March 6, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 24, 2014
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
KHAN
150123
2-20-15
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
CHANGE OF NAME
#34-2014-00173265
WHEREAS, Iqra Ayub Khan has filed a
petition with this court for a decree changing the
name(s) of Iqra Ayub Khan to Isha Kaur Nagra.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in
the above entitled matter appear before this court
at 9:00 a.m. on March 5, 2015, in Department 54,
located at 800 Ninth Street, Third Floor, Sacramento,
CA 95814, and show cause, if any, why the petition
for Change of Name should not be granted.
Dated: December 24, 2014
Raymond M. Cadei, Judge of the Superior Court
Publish: January 30, February 6, 13 and 20, 2015
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SUMMONS
SUMMONS (CITACION JUDICIAL)
CASE NUMBER: (NUMERO DEL CASO):
34-2013-00143494
NOTICE TO DEFENDANT:
(AVISO AL DEMANDADO):
Jennifer Lynn Gay-Mozingo and DOES 1 to 100;
YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF:
(LO ESTA DEMANDANDO EL DEMANDANTE):
Gnuni Grigorian and Marina Epova
NOTICE! You have been sued. The court may
decide against you without your being heard unless you
respond within 30 days. Read the information below.
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.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp), your
county law library or the courthouse nearest you. If you
cannot pay the filing fee, ask 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 Website (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), the
California Courts Online Self-Help Center (www.courtinfo.
ca.gov/selfhelp), 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.
AVISO! Lo han demandado. Si no responde dentro
de 30 dias, la corte puedo decider en su contra sin
escuchar su version. Lea la informacian a continucion.
Tiene 30 DIAS DE CALENDARIO despues de
que le entreguen esta citacion y papeles legales para
presentar una respuesta por escrito en esta corte y hacer
que se entreque una copia al demandante. Una carta o
una llamada telefonica no lo protegen. Su respuesta por
escrito tiene que estar en formato legal correcto si desea
que procesen su caso en la corte. Es posible que haya
un formularo que usted pueda usar para su respuesta.
Puede encontrar estos formularios de la corte y mas
informacion en el Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes de
California (www.sucorte.ca.gov), en la biblioteca de leyes
de su condado o en la corte que le quede mas cerca. Si no
puede pagar la cuota de presentacion, pida al secretario
de la corte que le de un formulario de exencion de pago
de cuotas. Si no presenta su respuesta a tiempo, puede
perder el caso por incurnplimiento y la corte le podra
quitar su sueldo, dinero y bienes sin mas advertencia.
Hay otros requisitos legales. Es recomendable que
llame a un abogado inmediatamente. Si no conoce a
un abogado, puede llamar a un servicio de remision a
abogados. Si no puede pagar a un abogado, es posible
que cumpla con los requisitos para obtener servicios
legales gratuitos de un programa de servicios legales sin
fines de lucro. Puede encontrar estos grupos sin fines de
lucro en el sitio web de California Legal Services, (www.
lawhelpcalifornia.org), en el Centro de Ayuda de las Cortes
de California, (www.sucorte.ca.gove) o poniendose en
contacto con la corte o el colegio de abogados locales.
AVISO, Por ley, la corte tiene derecho a reclamar las
cuotas y los costos exentos por imponer un gravemen
sobre cualquier recuperacion de $10,000 o mas de valor
recibida mediante un acuerdo o una concesion de arbitraje
en un caso de derecho civil. Tiene que pagar el gravamen
de la corte antes de que la corte pueda desechar el caso.
CASE NUMBER:
(NUMERO DEL CASO): 34-2013-00143494
The name and address of the court is:
(El nombre y direccion de la corte es):
SUPERIOR
COURT
OF
CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
Superior
720 Ninth Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
The name, address, and telephone number of plaintiff’s
attorney, plaintiff without an attorney, is:
(El nombre, la direccion y el numero de telefono del
abogado del demandante, o demandante que no tiene
abogado, es):
Michael R. Kelly (Bar# 176085)
Law Office of Miner & Kelly, LLP, 813 F Street,
First Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814
Telephone: (916)325-9010
Facsimile: (916)325-9014
Date: May 14, 2013
Clerk, By E. Medina, Deputy
Published: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015.
KELLY
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to so many young people,” said
development director Allison
Cagley. “She’s also helped introduce a new audience generation
to our shows. Never in my 30
years of fundraising have I seen
such a young person achieve
such a result. What an impact
she has made!”
Success does not come
without sacrifice. The super-kid
rises at 6 a.m. to squeeze multifarious commitments into her
day. “I’ve really been pushing it,” she admitted. “I do my
homework during free periods
at school. At home, I get on with
my On Broadway work. Later, I
have tennis and I do my college
apps. Then I practice my music
(she plays flute in her school
band). It’s a long day. I try to
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ORDER AFTER EX PARTE APPLICATION
FOR PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS
NOTICE OF PETITION
TO ADMINISTER ESTATE
ORDER AFTER EX PARTE APPLICATION FOR
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS
CASE NO. 34-2013-00143494
Loyal A. Miner, Esq. (SBN 176134)
Mike R. Kelly, Esq. (SBN 176085)
LAW OFFICE OF MINER & KELLY, LLP
813 F Street, First Floor,
Sacramento, CA 95814
Sacramento, California 958144
Telephone: (916)325-9010
Facsimile: (916)325-9014
Attorney for Claimant
GNUNI GRIGORYAN & MARINA EPOVA
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA
COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO
GNUNI GRIGORYAN & MARINA EPOVA, Plaintiffs,
V.
JENNIFER LYNN GAY-MOZINGO, and DOES 1-100,
Defendants.
Upon review of the filings and evidence consisting of
Plaintiff’s Application for this Order and the Declaration
of Loyal A. Miner, Jr., and it is satisfactorily appearing
that Jennifer Lynn Gay-Mozingo, cannot with reasonable
diligence be served in any other manner specified in
Code of Civil Procedure sections 415.10 through 415.40
and that Defendant is a necessary party to this action;
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Summons
be served by publication in The Carmichael Times,
a legal newspaper of general circulation published
in Sacramento County, CA, hereby designated
as the newspaper most likely to give Defendant
actual notice of the action, and that the publication
is made once per week for four consecutive weeks.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of
the Summons, the Complaint and the Order for
Publication shall be forthwith mailed to the party if
his or her address is ascertained before expiration of
the time prescribed for publication of the Summons.
Except as otherwise provided by the statute, the
publication shall be made as provided by Section
6064 of the Government Code unless the court, in
its discretion, orders publication for a longer period.
DATED: December 17, 2014, 11:05 AM
SACRAMENTO COURTS, DEPT. #54
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
RAYMOND M. CADEI
Published: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2015.
KELLY#2
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NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF
RAYMOND OTHELLO CRUTCHER (descendent)
ESTATE NO. 34-2014-00171769
To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, and
contingent creditors of and persons who may be
otherwise interested in the will or estate, or both of
RAYMOND OTHELLO CRUTCHER (deceased):
A petition has been filed by MERLIN CRUTCHER
AND MICHAEL CRUTCHER (BROTHERS) in the
Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento,
requesting that MERLIN CRUTCHER be appointed
as Executor to administer the estate of the decedent.
The petition requests the decedent’s will and codicils,
if any, be admitted to probate. The will and any codicils
are available for examination in the file kept by the court.
The petition requests authority to administer the
estate under the Independent Administration of Estates
Act. (This authority will allow the executor to take many
actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking
certain very important actions, however, the executor
will be required to give notice to interested persons
unless they have waived notice or have 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.
Bond is not required.
A hearing on the petition will be held in this court
as follows: February 26, 2015, 9:00 a.m. in Dept.
No. 129 at Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse,
3341 Power Inn Road, Sacramento, CA 95826.
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 deceased, you must file your claim with the court
and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed
by the court within the later of either (1) four months from
the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal
representative, as defined in section 58(b) of the California
Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or
personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the
California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal
authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want
to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law.
YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If
you are 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
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of any petition or account as provided in Probate
Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice
form is available from the court clerk. The name,
address and telephone number of the Attorney for
the Petitioner is: Merlin A. Crutcher, 2333 North
Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95838 (916)715-5958
Publish: January 16, 23 and 30, 2015.
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get ahead in my school work at
weekends.”
Four years of relentless fundraising have yielded personal
benefits: “My project taught me
leadership and how to work with
people,” she said. “It’s matured
me. At 15, I was nowhere near
as poised in talking to adults as
I am now. I’ve learned that many
people are eager to help others,
if you approach them.”
Knowing the healing power
of music—particularly for
children from troubled homes—
Kong hopes college will prepare
her for a career in music therapy. She also hopes that, with
or without her management, her
On Broadway project will continue. “It’s a lot of work, “said
the wunderkind. “But I’d be sad
to see it end. Theater has brought
so much to my kids’ lives.”
Lara Kong’s On Broadway
program is a California Musical
Theater project. To learn more
about this project, call Allison
Cagley at (916) 446-5880, extension 178.
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announced several key appointments on January 16th, including
residents from both Gold River
and Carmichael.
Bill Slaton (67) of Carmichael
has been reappointed to the
California Public Employees
Retirement System Board of
Administration where he has
served since 2012. Slaton was
bank director at Placer Sierra
Bancshares from 2002 to 2007
and at Sacramento Commercial
Bank from 1997 to 2002. He
was regional vice president at
ePlus Inc. from 1992 to 2002, at
Hard of Hearing since 1993. She
was interim chief executive officer at the Greater Los Angeles
Agency on Deafness from 1999 to
2003 where she was chief administrative officer from 1984 to 1993.
Farinha is chair of the California
Coalition of Agencies Serving the
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Board
of Directors. She earned a Master
of Arts degree in special education
from California State University,
Northridge. This position does not
require Senate confirmation and
there is no compensation. Farinha
is a Democrat.
Source: Governor’s Press
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by Gerry Scholl
A Golden Age Revisited, For Some
It was Sunday, May 25, 1975.
Most of our small, brotherly group
—- scattered around Northern
California by the forces of the
passing of time —- had made a pilgrimage, of sorts, to “sit simply in
that room again.”
We gathered together to share
the choicest moments of a Golden
Age.
It was the wish from Bob
Dylan’s Dream come true —- for
just a few unforgettable hours.
If any of us had had the money,
we would have given “ten thousand dollars at the drop of a hat”
to be there to share an everlasting
memory.
Based in a joy for the game we
had shared and loved, followed and
watched and played many times
together through four years —- for
a day, the little room was our basketball mecca. The game had been
one of the many things that had
joined us together and bound us at
our core, for a space in time.
For an improbable climax to
the 1974-75 NBA season, and to
the surprise of the entire basketball world, “our” team of Warriors
was only four quarters away from a
crowning achievement —- a world
championship, a Golden State Age.
The Golden State Warriors finished that regular season with a
Western Conference-best record
of 48-34, and survived hotlycontested playoff series over the
Seattle SuperSonics (remember
them?) and the powerful Chicago
Bulls to reach the finals. They went
into it as heavy underdogs that
were predicted to be swept away by
the dominant Washington Bullets
(60-22), that had beaten the Boston
Celtics (also, 60-22) to get there,
led by point guard Kevin Porter,
All-Star guard Phil Chenier (Cal),
and two huge future Hall of Fame
front court men in Elvin Hayes and
Wes Unseld.
The Warriors were comprised of
the great HOF forward Rick Barry
(No. 24, in honor of Willie Mays),
who was named MVP of the series,
averaging 29.5 ppg., and a bunch
of other guys. Led by coach Al
Attles, the other guys —- older veterans Jeff Mullins and Bill Bridges;
younger veterans Butch Beard and
Clifford Ray; young guards with
Bay Area roots, Charles Johnson
(Cal) and Phil Smith (a rookie
from USF); rookie forward Jamaal
Wilkes (UCLA); youngsters
Derrek Dickey (“double-D”) and
Charles Dudley (“Hopper”), and
long and lean 6-11 shot-blocker
George Johnson —- were key.
Attles was considered a pioneer
in the tactics of using all of the
players on the roster as instrumental pieces of the team’s success on
the floor throughout the season and
even into the playoffs, when most
coaches typically reduce the number and minutes of players in their
rotations during games.
Shockingly, the Warriors won
the first three games of the series
by a combined total of 15 points.
Two of those wins came at the Cow
Palace in Daly City, because there
was so little faith in the Warriors
ever advancing so far that their
home court, the Oakland Coliseum,
was booked up with other events
and the games had to be moved.
We sat watching and bemoaning
the events of the early minutes of
the finale, as the Warriors trailed
by ten points at the end of the first
quarter. While Barry struggled, at
times, and Attles was ultimately
ejected from the game after drawing a pair of technical fouls for
complaining about the atrocious
officiating (inducing, as was our
custom, a flurry of rolled-up, dirty
socks thrown across the room at
the TV screen), it was the team’s
depth that kept them close and able
to pull the game out in the closing
minutes.
The Warriors’ bench players
outscored the Bullets’ bench, 32-8,
as they held on for a 96-95 win and
a 4-0 sweep of their own in what is
still considered by many (40 years
later) to be the biggest upset in the
history of sports —- still the W’s
one and only title since moving
west from Philadelphia in 1962.
But, what have we here?! Could
that change this season? Are this
year’s Warriors a team of destiny?
In much the same manner as
that championship team, the 201415 W’s are complimenting their
star guards tandem of Steph Curry
and Klay Thompson by using their
deep and productive roster to sustain unparalleled success thus far
during the regular season, as the
team is on a record-setting pace
with an NBA best record of 36-6
through Sunday’s win over Boston.
Several days ago, a Warriors
game was televised on one station,
while a Sacramento Kings game,
simultaneously, was on another —clicking back and forth, it was a
ready-made study in contrasts.
If the Warriors’ style is one
that the Kings’ brass —- owner
Vivek Ranadive, general manager
Pete D’leasandro and three other
members of the basketball operations staff, Chris Mullin, Mitch
Richmond and Mike Bratz (all five
with former ties to the Warriors)
—- wants to emulate, they have a
long way to go. Good luck, fellas.
Hope you see it in your lifetime.
In one game, the Kings were
jacking up jump shot after jump
shot, while the Brooklyn Nets were
making lay-up after lay-up. The
Nets scored twenty points in the
paint while building a 36-24 lead
after one quarter, eliciting boos
from the Kings’ home court fans.
The fans have seen the show before
—- for the last decade, or so. The
Kings reached the playoffs eight
straight seasons ending in 2005-06,
but haven’t been close since.
Beleaguered interim coach
Tyrone Corbin watched as the
Nets’ lead grew to twenty points
in the second quarter. The Kings
rallied, but true to their form they
couldn’t close the deal. Again, it
was too little, too late. When defeat
was assured in the waning seconds,
along came the all-too-familiar
refrain from Kings broadcaster
Grant Napier, “That should do it.”
On the other channel, the
“Splash Brothers” were doing their
thing and center Andrew Bogut
was stuffing Dwight Howard twice
in a row while the fans in the 103rd
consecutive sellout at Oracle Arena
were going wild. First-year coach
Steve Kerr confidently watched
his team build a twenty-point lead
by the half on the strength of 21
fast break points, while holding
the Houston Rockets to 30-percent
shooting.
The Warriors had been as bad,
or worse, than the Kings for some
time (generations of fans of the two
have had few golden moments),
but the most recent influx of talent
in Oakland has evolved into, possibly, the best team in the league.
The W’s are the top-rated offensive and defensive team, and rank
at, or near the top, in most statistical categories, while the fast-fading
Kings do not.
It came as no surprise that the
Warriors ran out to an early big
lead when the two teams faced
each other last Friday, 26-8, six
minutes in. To the Kings’ credit,
they rallied again to a tie-score
early in the third quarter, but Klay
Thompson was suddenly “on
fire!” and scored an NBA-record
37 points in the third period in an
unbelievable, all-time shooting display (13-for-13, including 9-for-9
from three-point range).
The Warriors won going away,
126-101. The Warriors are on their
way; the Kings are going away. H
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