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Permit No. 149 


.VolM0ie92 No. 43 


On Um Internet: www.ainnelpinecone.coni 


October 27-Noveniber 2,2006 



'Irbndogs' ready for Monterey County rescues 


By MARY BROWNHEID 

The HOPES of an ii\jured victim buried under piles of 
rubble could rest on a highly trained, acute canine nose. Ellie 
< .• and Fritzie, two search dogs trained for Carmel Valley fue- 
fighters, aren’t quite ready for deployment to disaster zones, 
but diey and four other teams from Monterey County prac¬ 
ticed their skills at the Irondog Competition — a contest for . 
rescue dogs and their humans — in Southern California this 
month. 

The journey was particularly satisfying for Elbe’s han¬ 
dler, Carmel Valley Fire engineer Eric Hanzelka, who 
bec^e interested in the dogs more than two years ago when 
' he spied a badge-carrying pooch in Santa Barbara County. 

‘ ' The dog^ owner, a fne engineer^ told him the Ojai-ba^ 

" National DisastCT Search Dog Foundation trains canines and 
their handlers to fmd live humans buried under mudslides or 
trapped in collapsed buildings. 

“These are live-scent dogs,” Hanzelka said, “so you need 
to be alive for tfiem to fmd you.” - 

The nonprofit prepares dog-handler teams to meet 
Federal Emergency Management Agency standards and has 
trained 25 of the 67 certified teams in &e country. It costs 
the group $10,000 to train the canines, but the dogs come 
n from rescue groups, ano dic NDSDF provides them to fiir ^ 
departments for free. ’ * ■ “ 

^ Once certified they can be called to disaster areas by 

FEMA, the California Office of Emergency Services, odier 
. state agencies and the National Urban Rescue Response sys¬ 
tem. SDF-trained dogs helped save lives after the 9/11 ter- 
- rorist attacks and last year’s hurricanes. 

It takes a group 

Hanzelka said the foundation likes to train firefighters, 
because when they walk through the door they already know 
. something about working at disasters. 

But the school requires students to attend as a group from 
, ".cS the same part of the country, so Hanzelka recruited other 
Monterey County firefighters to gb with him. 

•: , ' *He briefly had second, thoughts when he found out how 

f much work it would be to. train and keep a rescue dog. 

. “Apparently I was the last to make up my mind,” he said. “I 

V was the one to put it forward, and the last one to say, ‘I do.’”- 

Hanzelka —^ along with Kevin Skinner, Michele Vaughn 
' ^ and Jonathan Barnes from the Salinas Fire Department, C. V 

Fire Captain Mike Vout and Seaside fnefighter Johnny Subia 
— attended the SDF’s week-long handlers’ school in Ventura 
with the'dogs, which had already undergone six months’ 
training. 

; Hanzelka ended up with Ellie, a yellow Lab, and Vout 

‘ received Fritzie, a German shef^erd. The four other fire- 
• fighters also got their dogs. 

“They try to match the personalities of the people with, - 
the dogs, because each and every dog is different, and it- 

See IRONDOGS page 29A 



Through months of 
special training, 
German shepherd 
Fritzie can adeptly 
climb ladders if it 
means finding 
trapped victims, as 
she demonstrated 
at the Irondog 
Competition in 
Southern California 
this month. Cormel 
Valley Fire engi¬ 
neer Eric Hanzelka 
and his rescue 
dog, Ellie, prac¬ 
tice being low¬ 
ered in harnesses 
and cables. 

PHOTOS/ 
SHARON WOIFSEN 



New book chronicles Pebble Beach’s glitzy history 



The Pebble Beach honeymoon of Elizabeth Taylor and 
Conrad Hilton is part of local lore celebrated in a new book. 


By KEiLY NIX 

From WINSTON Churchill leaning on a Cypress 
tree along 17 Mile Drive to Liz Taylor enjoying her hon¬ 
eymoon with Conrad Hilton near the 18th Green, a new 
photographic book chronicling Pebble Beach’s extraordi¬ 
nary history will hit the shelves in a few weeks. 

The 234-page “Pebble Beach Heritage Collection,” to 
be released Nov. 14, captures, through black and white 
archival photos, moments and events that have made the 
resort legendary. 

Pebble Beach’s official historian, Neal Hotelling, and 
journalist Matthew Vree spent hundreds of hours gather¬ 
ing information and compiling vintage photographs from 

See BOOK page 15A 


Council: Historic 
preservation 
isn’t working 


By MARY BROWNFIELD 

WHAT WAS intended to be a discussion of a little-used 
law to offer tax breaks to owners of historic homes became a 
general consensus that Carmel’s entire historic preservation 
program needs to be rethought. 

At a IViesday workshop on the Mills Act, which allows 
homeowners who meet very strict criteria to pay lower prop¬ 
erty taxes if they commit to maintaining and preserving their 
properties, city council members expressed fhistration with 
the difficulty of determining what warrants mandatory 
preservation. 

“The last few months have proved very troubling for me 
as relates to our historic inventory,” councilman Gerard Rose 
said. “Again and again we’ve seen homes described as his¬ 
toric on [preservation consultants’ survey] forms that were 
sometimes slightly inaccurate but more often grossly inaccu¬ 
rate.” 

As a result, the council has grsuited appeals of several peo¬ 
ple >;riio objected to the historic designation of their homes. 

“We don’t have a very clear picture of what is actually his¬ 
toric,” councihvoman Paula Hazdovac said. 

The answer, Rose said, is updating city documents defin¬ 
ing what people, events and architectural styles were impor¬ 
tant in Carmel’s history up to the 1950s, and making the laws 
more clear. 

Then the council would know how to apply the Mills Act, 
a state law enacted in 1972 to allow cities to offer incentives 
for preserving historic homes. 

While the state standards for properties eligible for the tax 
breaks are minimal, the Carmel Local Coastal Program that 
became law in 2004 is far more restrictive. According to the 
LCP, an historic home would have to be virtually unchanged 
since its construction. 

“The bar is so high for Mills Act requirements, nothing [in 
Carmel] would qualify,” councilman Mike Cunningham 
commented. So far, just two property owners have applied 
for Mills Act contracts. 

Housecleaning 

Despite the city’s restrictive standards. Rose said making 
Mills Act contracts available to more people by loosening 
them would be premature, “until we straighten up our own 
house.” 

Cunningham suggested the council revamp the city’s his¬ 
toric preservation ordinance, but not immediately worry 
about the larger “historic context statement,” which specifi¬ 
cally defines the people, events and architecture important in 
Carmel’s past. 

Both would need to be reworked, since the ordinance 
describes the process and the historic context statement out¬ 
lines the standards, according to principal planner Brian 
Roseth. “The policy says, ‘an important person,’ but who are 
the important people?” he asked. 

5e<HISTORIC page 29A 

Ghoulish b-day parade Saturday 

THE CITY of Carmel-by-the-Sea will celebrate its 90th 
birthday in unique style Saturday with its traditional 
Halloween-inspired parade down Ocean Avenue and barbe¬ 
cue lunch at Sunset Center. 

Spectators will gather along the parade route, which starts 
at Sunset Center (San Carlos and Ninth) and meanders 
through the business district as costumed kids, dogs, adults, 
public officials and city workers cruise by, many tossing 
goodies to onlookers. The parade is open to anyone who 
wants to don a costume and walk, according to the city, and 

See BIRTHDAY page 31A 
















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The Carmel Pine Cone October 27, 2006 


High school to get new gym, lockers as work on pool accelerates 


By MARY BROWNFIELD 

Even though it hasn't approved a final design, die 
Carmel Unified School District Board decided Monday to 
solicit bids for a new gymnasium at Carmel High School. 
The board also decided to replace hundreds of lockers at the 
school and increase work hours for the crew constructing the 
new pool. 

Plans for the gym remodel originally included a tower 
over the foyer and other amenities but may have to be scaled 

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Oct. 23. 

His office sent drawings for 12 variations, some more 
complex than others, to the California state architect, which 
must approve designs for school buildings. Typically, the 
state architect signs off on plans at the counter, Ruhnke said, 
but officials decided to take a longer look at those for the 
CHS gym. 

He hoped to have them in hand in mid-October, but still 
without them this week, he advised the board move ahead 
and send the project out to bid. The plans might have to be 
amended later if the state architect demands changes, he said, 
but seeking bids now would minimize delays. 

Superintendent Marvin Biasotti wondered if that would 
motivate contractors to hike dieir prices. “Does it communi¬ 
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Ruhnke also said the alternatives would be individually 



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bid, which will make decisions easier when the board crunch¬ 
es the numbers, and no contract can be signed until the state 
approves the plans. Members voted unanimously to solicit 
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Stashing stuff 

The high school’s existing lockers are dented and broken, 
and students frequently complain they’re too small to accom¬ 
modate books, clothes and other possessions. On Monday, 
Paul recommended die board OK ^eir replacement. 

He suggested installing 846 new 12-inch-wide-by-24- 
inch-tall lockers, but Kasie Clark, student body president and 
student representative at the meeting, said Aey should be 
wider. 

But IS-inch-wide lockers would mean having fewer avail¬ 
able to students until an additional 79 feet of wall space, like¬ 
ly on a building yet to be constructed, can be found to hold 
the rest. Paul said diere’s currently room for 674. 

“Do we really need 800 lockers?” asked board member 
Marcy Rustad, who agreed they should be larger than the cur¬ 
rent lockers, considering stu- 

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P.G. police arrest suspects in bloody carjacking, fiery crash 


By MARY BROWNFIELD 


Another officer joined the chase, and they followed the 
2003 Subaru Forester, which had been stolen from Pacific 
Grove earlier, down Fountain Avenue toward die water. 

“At Ocean View Boulevard, at approximately 40 mph, he 
lost control as he was trying to negotiate a turn," Miller said. 
“He crossed over the north curb, through the wooden rail 
fence and crashed approximately 12 feet down onto the 
recreation trail, then over the rock edge and approximately 25 
feet down onto the Monterey Bay coastline.” 

The car landed upside-down and was smoking when 
police reached it. 

According to Pacific Grove Fire Captain Jeff Field, offi¬ 
cers tried to douse the fire with their extinguishers and then 
pulled the teen from the car. 

Fire crews arrived and used a hose to put out the fire, 
which was burning in a small area of the car. 

“It was originally reported that three people were 
trapped,” Field said of the accident. “As we arrived, [the sus¬ 
pect] was out of the car and being escorted up to the roadway 
by police officers.” 

Field said medics treated the teen’s injuries and took him 
away in the ambulance, but police later booked the suspect 
into Monterey County Juvenile Hall on charges of auto theft, 
evading a peace officer, driving under the influence of alco¬ 
hol and being an unlicensed driver. 

Meanwhile, firefighters helped the tow company retrieve 
the crashed car, cleaned up the debris and fluids, and notified 
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary officials of the 
accident. 

“There were minor fluids spilled in the area,” Field said. 


the radio were cut, the dash was damaged and the fare meter 
was ripped out and taken. 

Meanwhile, Dumas returned to Grove Acre and fought 
with a resident who was trying to keep him from entering the 
duplex where his former girifnend lives, according to Miller. 
“She moved to this area primarily to get away from him.” 

An officer who heard the fighting called for backup, and 
police entered the home to find ftie second victim bleeding 
from a large laceration on his head. Miller said. 

’This oftier victim didn’t really know the suspect. He was 
just living in an adjacent residence and intervened,” he said. 
Officers also found the stolen fare meter at the scene. 

Both victims declined medical help and said they would 
seek treatment on their own, according to Miller. Police 
charged Dumas wifti carjacking, two counts of assault with a 
deadly weapon, felony vandalism and possession of stolen 
property, and took him to Monterey County Jail, where he 
was held on $160,000 bail. 


SOUTHERN California resident was arrested soon 
after beating up a taxi driver with a flashlight and then steal¬ 
ing the cab, according to Pacific Grove police. Daniel 
Dumas, 45, allegedly vandalized the cab, ditched it and 
returned to the scene to fight with another person before 
being taken into custody. 

At around 11:30 p.m. Oct. 14, Dumas took a cab ride from 
a Monterey bar to an address on Grove Acre Avenue in 
Pacific Grove, and when the driver asked for his $10 fare, 
Dumas grabbed an 18-inch metal flashlight from between ftie 
car’s seats and beat the driver on the head and shoulders, 
according to police chief 
Carl Miller. 

The driver escaped from 
Jiis attacker and got out of 
the cab, but Dumas then 
jumped into, the driver’s seat 
and drove away in the 1994 
Ford Crown Victoria, 
according to Miller. 

Responding to the report¬ 
ed caijacking and battery, 
police soon found the cab 
two blocks away on Crocker 
Avenue, wliere it had been 
vandalized and abandoned. 

All the windows were bro¬ 
ken, the cables and wires to 


Car chase ends in crash 

Later that week. Pacific Grove police arrested an alleged¬ 
ly intoxicated Marina teenager after rescuing him from the 
stolen car that caught fire when he attempted to flee but lost 
control and crashed on die rocky shore below Ocean View 
Boulevard. 

An officer on patrol first spotted the 16-year-old male dri¬ 
ving recklessly on Lighthouse Avenue at 1:45 a.m. Oct. 18, 
according to Miller. The cop noticed the car’s squealing tires 
and erratic motion and attempted to stop the driver, but the 
teenager fled. 


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Girl fight sends one to hospital 


FIeRE’S A look at some of the significant the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office last 
calb logged by the Carmel-by-the-Sea Police week. This week’s log was compiled by Mary 
Department, the Carmel Fire Department and Brownfield 


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Petty theft on south¬ 
west Camino Real. 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Information entered 
regarding a closed case of grand theft on 
Junipero Street from 1998. ' 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Grand theft on Santa 
Fe Street. An unlocked vehicle was entered and 
between 60 and 70 CDs valued at a total of 
$1,000 were taken. 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Lost cellular phone on 
Dolores Street Victim reported loss of cellular 
telephone that was in a black belt holder. 
Reporting party last remembers having the 
phone Saturday, Oct. 14, while dining at a 
Dolores Street restaurant. If located, please 
notify reporting party. 

Carmcl-l^-tlie-Sea: Custody incident on 
Torres Street. Resident reported that ex-hus¬ 
band was to have daughter home by 1800 hours 


and had yet to arrive by time of this report. 
Reporting party advised that alftiough they 
have joint custody of their daughter, Ae father 
has become consistently late in returning 
daughter to mother’s custody for the past sever¬ 
al months. RP has attempted to reach ex-hus¬ 
band via cell phone, but no answer all day. 

Carmel-l^-the-Sea: Am^ibiice reqxmded 
to mutual aid for .Westmed fbr a medical emer¬ 
gency on Arrowhead Road in Piebble Beach for 
a female in her SOs with back pain. At 0724 
hours, patient transported to CHOMP Code 2. 
Arrived at CHOMP and cleared. , 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Fire eimiie and ambu¬ 
lance responded to a medical emergency at 
Junipero and Ocean. Arrived at scene and 
found a male in his 90s lying down in a church 
pew. The patient stated diat he felt faint and laid 
down. Firefighters assisted ambulance crew 

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ACROSS 
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nnay be sold 
SHardy bulbs 

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starter, often 

20 Contract 

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23 Ann Landers, e.g. 

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maybe 

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27 Hollywood stars, 

eg 

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“C.S.I” 

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Gershwin opera 

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and others 

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53 Where to find an 
eBay listing 

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hanging 


AnsM’er to puzzle 
on page 9A 


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“South Pacific” 

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crown, once 

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of old 

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“Crimes of the 
Heart” 

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Robert 

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homework 

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DOWN 

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figures 

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“The Cosby 
Show” 

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them 

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for the Pain” 
singer, 

1974 

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months 

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notations, for short 

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15 Leather sticker 

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sitcomdom 

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rebound 

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and Gable 
employer, once 

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Abbr. 

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line 

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Persephone 

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available under the 
commercial name 
Delysid 

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“The Avengers” 

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appendage 

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CO. 

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1995 

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fate 

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rising” 

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the dinner table 

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deity 


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writing 

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Abbr. 

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know?” 

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White Sands 

National 

Monument 


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“Pride’s Crossing” 

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Toreador” artist 

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101 First name in a 
dictionary 


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catcher Carlton 

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wi^e **Ye see how 
large a letter I have 
written” 

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The Carmel Pir>e Cooe October 27, 2006 


Facing three-year EIR delay, incorporation backers plot strategy 


By CHRIS COUNTS 

A. WEEK after the Local Agency 
Formation Commission voted 5-2 to require 
that proponents of Carmel Valley’s incorpo¬ 
ration finance a costly environmental impact 
report, a question as big as an elephant is 
b<^ging for an answer: Is the incorporation 
drive dead? 

So far, proponents aren’t saying what 
they’ll do next. It is possible they’re still 
mapping out a strategy to counter the 
requirement of a study that could cost them 
more than $100,000. But it’s just as likely 
they are simply too mad in the moment to 
worry about what tomorrow will bring. 

“I’d like to report a crime,” announced 
proponent Mike McMillan at a Local 
Agency Formation Commission meeting 
Oct. 23. “Incorporation proponents were 
robbed. Our election was stolen.” 

McMillan dug deep into the archives of 
pop culture to come up with an analogy to 
express his feelings about the local agency 
that governs incorporations. 

“I’m remind of a ‘Peanuts,’” McMillan 
told the LAFCO commissioners. “Lucy tees 
up the football for Charlie Brown. The foot¬ 
ball is yanked out from under him. We are 
Charlie Brown and you are Lucy.” 

Proponent John Dalessio urged coihmis-' 
sioners to reconsider their EIR decision. 

“The right to petition our government is 
supposed to be one of our most fundamental 
rights,” Dalessio said. “Most people view 
what happened last week as an attempt to 
keep incorporation off the ballot. You’re see¬ 
ing an outcry. Stop standing in the way. Let 
us vote.” 

But LAFCO commissioner and 2nd 
District Supervisor Lou Calcagno defended 
the decision. 

“My vote wasn’t against incorporation,” 
explained Calcagno, “My vote was for an 
EIR.” 


CommissioBcrs respoad to EIR vote 

While proponents bashed LAFCO over 
last week’s d^ision to require an EIR, com¬ 
missioners traded barbs over the vote. 

“Why this commission looks so bad is the 
timing of our decision,” commissioner Vince 
DiMaggio said. “I’m not aware of any new 
information that would lead us to rescind our 
decision from December of 2005.” 

Commissioners unanimously voted in 
December to issue a “negative declaration,” 
essentially determining the incorporation 
proposal would have no significant effect on 
die environment and would not require the 
preparation of an EIR. 

If LAFCO didn’t require an EIR, the 
agency likely would have been sued by 
incorporation opponents, Calcagno said. 

“If there is a lawsuit, there would be no 
election anyway,” Calcagno responded. 

Carmel Valley resident Dr. Mel Spehn 
chastised commissioners for basing last 
week’s vote on a fear of litigation. 

“That is discouraging,” Spehn said. “If 
you are bound [by that fear], I feel sorry for 
you.” 

Meanwhile, commissioner and Seaside 
Mayor Ralph Rubio responded to charges he 
and his colleagues are against incorporation 
because they want to see more devel(^>ment 
in Carmel Valley. The Monterey County 
Herald, in an Oct. 21 editorial, called last 
week’s vote “anodier gift to development 
interests led by lawyer Tony Lombardo.” 

“It bothers me when someone says I’m 
‘in the pocket,”’ countered Rubio. “It is our 
job to assess the proposal and not emotions. 

I have a big problem with the fiscal analysis. 

I believe in my heart the incorporation pro¬ 
posal is flawed.” 

Rubio also warned commissioners 
against placing too much emphasis on con¬ 
sultants who produced studies insisting 
incorporation is viable. 

“Experts are not always right,” Rubio 
insisted. “Experts can be bought for any 


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Because they are cosdy, environmental 
impact reports can kill projects. In a report 
dated Oct. 23, McKenna estimates the incor¬ 
poration EIR would cost $100,000. But one 
commissioner said the figure could go much 
higher. 

“I’d love to see some of my projects have 
an EIR that inexpensive,” DiMa^o com¬ 
mented. “I haven’t seen a price like that in 
years.” 

The City of Carmel spent more than 
$100,000 on an EIR for the sale of Flanders 
Mansion. 

McKenna’s report estimates proponents 
would actually need to come up with 
$365,000 to keep the incorporation drive 
alive. In addition to the EIR, an update of die 
fiscal analysis would cost $70,000 and a ser¬ 
vice plan update would cost $10,000. 
Proponents would also have to pick up the 
tab for $100,000 of LAFCO staff costs, 
$70,000 in legal fees and $ 15,000 of “mis¬ 
cellaneous” costs. 

The report also provides a new timeline 
for the incorporation process. If all goes 
according to plan, die public could have an 


of^xirtunity to vote on incmporation in two 
to tfaree-and-a-half years. 

After encountering numerous unexpected 
delays in a process that has lasted six years, 
opponents are understandaUy cynical. 

“We’re still trying to figure out what to do 
next,” conceded Max Chaplin, a leading 
incorporation proponent. 

Commissioners tried to encourage propo¬ 
nents. 

“We want to move this forward as fast as 
we can,” said Calcagno of the incorporation 
proposal. “I don’t think we need two-and-a- 
half years. I diink we can get it on the ballot 
a lot sooner. I’m asking staff to put diis on 
some kind of fast track.” 

If proponents decide to move forward 
with ^e incorporation drive, one diing is 
sure — they’ll need to raise a sizaUe amount 
of cash. Opponents predict wellheeled local 
environmental activists will eventually come 
up widi the money, even qieculating the 
David and Lucille Packard Foundation is 
planning to bail out proponents. But Chris 
DeCardy, communications director for the 
Packard Foundation, dispelled such a notion. 

“We have not, and are not, ftmding the 
EIR,” insisted DeCardy. 


Columnist to release ‘StarWords’ 


FORMER PINE Cone social writer Susan 
Cantrell, who in later years was known for 
the “Quotable Notables” in die Monterey 
County Herald, will release her new book, 
“StarWords,” at a party Saturday, Nov. 4, in 
Seccombe Hall at All Saints Church. 

The book includes 62 of the roughly 350 
Q&A sessions published during her career. 
Featured stars include Hollywood types, ath¬ 
letes, artists, writers, pilots, cartoonists and 
comics, spiritualists, corporate heads, politi¬ 
cians and odiers. About 20 are Carmelites, 
and former Mayor Clint Eastwood penned 
the forward for Cantrell’s book, in which he 
is also featured. 

“My journey to the stars started 22 years 
ago wh«i I wrote the social scene for The 
Carmel Pine Cone,” said Cantrell, who had 
come to the weekly paper intending to write 
a poetry column but was assigned the see- 
and-be-seen beat instead. “This led to more 
jobs with other magazines and newspapers, 
and connections with ftiese 62 people who 
all live or have lived on the Peninsula. All 


have led inspirational lives and are known 
nationally and/or internationally.” 

Cantrell’s release party, “A Stiudust 
Evening,” will run 4 to 7 p.m., Nov. 4 at All 
Saints Church, located on Dolores and 
Lincoln streets between Eighfti and Ninth 
avenues, and will include live music from 
Something Cool, caricatures by Pine Cone 
cartoonist Bill Bates, and drinks and hors 
d’oeuvres. Cantrell and many of her subjects 
will be there to celebrate die book’s release. 

The $50 ticket to die event will also 
include a copy of “StarWords.” After the 
party, it will be for sale online at www.susan- 
cantrell.com, at Pilgrim’s Way on Dolores 
Street, KRML on San Carlos Street and The 
Works on Lighdiouse Avenue in Pacific 
Grove. 

Reservations for “A Stardust Evening,” 
which is being sponsored by the Cannery 
Row Co., Mann Packing Co., Monterey 
County Bank and All Saints Church, must be 
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The Carmel Pine Cone 


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Carmel travel agent seeks seat on Monterey Airport board 


By KELLY NIX 



A CARMEL travel agent vying for a seat on die 
Monterey Peninsula Airport District board is full of ideas he 
said will nudce make travel to and from the Peninsula less 
expensive and more convenient. 

Dan Presser, 63, who owns Four Winds Travel, is one of 
six candidates on the Nov. 7 ballot. 

“I'm running for die district for purely altruistic reasons," 
Presser said. “I’m in the [travel] business and I know when 
somediing needs help.” 

For one, Presser thinks air trafTic is intruding on sur¬ 
rounding neighborhoods. 

“The airport is guilty of noise pollution," said Presser, 
who has heard complaints 
about planes taking off at 
night. “No question about 
it.” 

Although only 3 percent 
of Monterey’s flights arrive 
and depart from Monterey at 
night or early morning, 

Presser said they contribute 
to die overall nuisance level 
of the the airport for nearby 
residents. He’s proposed a 
sliding scale that would 
charge airlines more money 
the later they fly into 

Monterey. Qqp Presser 

“The only way you are 
going to affect an airline," 

Presser said, “is to hit them in the pocketbook." 

The extra fees from airlines would help bolster the dis¬ 
trict’s coffers, he said. 

Fewer airplanes arriving and departing at night and early 
morning would also lower the risk of accidents, he said. 

“The Monterey Airport tower closes from 9 p.m. to 7 
a.m.,” Presser said. “Absolutely no one is in ^e tower. 


Passengers who arrive and depart from Monterey should be 
informed the tower is closed during those hours. Tliere is lots 
of fog in Monterey during those hours.” 

Presser also wants to make it less expensive to fly in and 
out of the airport. He cited a recent example where a fhend 
of his flying from Los Angeles to Monterey was quoted a 
price of $350. When the fiiend checked the price to San Jose, 
it was only $61. 

“I want to try to get Monterey Airport ’common rated,’” 
Presser said. For example, i^en you fly to New York, you 
can fly for the same price to Newark, JFK, or LaGuardia. 


This is called being common rated.” 

The status would mean the fares would be the same to fly 
in and out of San Jose or San Francisco as they would 
Monterey, he said. 

“How are you going to bring prices down in addition to 
that?” he said. “One way is to get an airline in there that is 
not a legacy airline. 1 would love to get Southwest Airlines.” 

Presser said he didn’t want to disclose possible solutions 
to draw Southwest into the airport but said “there are a lot of 

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Heart-Smart Supermarket Tour 

WMlMSday, Novtmtwr 29,1-2:30 p.m. 

Albertson’s, Carmtl Rancho Shopping Cantor 
SlS^arson, $20/coapla 
Praragistration raqalrad • 625-4765 

Don’t miss this eye-opening tour through the 
supermarket with a registered dietitian as your guide. 
Learn to use the nutrition label to make smart decisions 
about the food you buy. You will receive course materials 
that include recipes and a low-fat food finder. 




We’re growing. 
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Monday, Novambar 27 

2-4 p.m. or 6-8 p.m. • Auxiliary ioungo 

For mora information, cail 625-4555. 


Boning Up on Osteoporosis 

Saturday, Novambar 4,9 a.m.-noon • Confaranca room B 
$10 (bring onoguostfraa) • Praragistration raquirod 
625-4835 

Community Hospital’s osteoporosis team will provide 
current information about the treatment and prevention 
of osteoporosis. Participants will learn exercises, body 
mechanics, and lifestyle and dietary modifications 
to prevent or reduce their risk for osteoporosis and 
fhictures. 

Holiday Cooking Demonstration 

CardtopataMMiy Edncalton Sartos 
Thursday, Novambar 9,12:30-1:30 p.m. 

HPC maating room B 

Preregistration required • 625-4765 

Learn how to follow a healthful eating plan during the 
holiday festivities. There is no charge to attend. 

Speakers: Cardiopulmonary Wellness dietitians and staff 


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As the hospital grows, so does the need for more 
volunteers. We need your help, now more than 
ever. Join us for refreshments, and find out how 
you can help the hospital and your community by 
volunteering and becoming an Auxiliary member. 


Give Life. 

Donate Biood. 

If you are healthy, over age 16, and weigh 
more than 110 pounds, you can help save lives 
by donating blood. Here’s where to go: 

Community Hospital Blood Center 
576 Hartnell Street, Monterey 

Monday, Thursday, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:30 a.m.^ p.m. 
Walk-ins welcome. 

For appointments, call 625-4814. 

Mobile Blood Drives 

Visit www.chomp.org for locations, dates, 
and times. 

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All classes and support groups listed are held at Community Hospital unless otherwise noted. The Hartnell Professional Center, 
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brothers and five sisters. 

He attended school in 
Hettinger and college in 
Grand Forks, North 
Dakota. He joined the 
army in 1940 and, with the 45th division, saw combat 
in the North African and Italian campaigns. After his 
discharge in 1946 he Joined a real estate firm in Los 
Angeles and in 1947 moved to Carmel Valley. 

In 1952 he founded Ocean Avenue Realty in 
Carmel which he owned and operated until 1992. He 
was active in many community organizations and 
served several terms as President of the Board of 
Realtors. 

He was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret 
and his stepson Kenneth Kiley, and six siblings. He 
and Margaret bought the second house built in 
Carmel Meadows and he lived there until May of this 
year. Leo was proud of his cooking, gardening, and 
the diamond willow canes he carved at the Carmel 
Foundation. He enjoyed his many-happy times with 
friends and neighbors, and those wonderful conversa¬ 
tions with his late cousin Walter, and fnends Munir, 
Fred, Emil, Skip and Andy, and dinners with Steve. 
Leo was a kind, funny, and generous man who was 
loved by all who knew him. 

He is survived by his sisters, Florence, Rosemary 
and Marion, and brother Joseph (Louise) and many 
nieces and nephews and three step grandchildren. At 
Leo’s request the Neptune society has taken care of 
final arrangements. A gathering of family and friends 
will be held Saturday, October 28th. Leo gave new 
meaning to “A good meal, a good laugh and good 
friends.” 

Memorials in his memory may be 
made to Hospice of the Central Coast or 
the Carmel Foundation. 


mission, a diesel engine, two ground ladders, siren and air 
horn, water and dry chemical extinguishers, four self-con¬ 
tained breathing apparatus, ladder belts, a Milwaukee sawza- 
II, electric smoke ejector, utility bar, bottle jack. Motorola 
radio, intercom system with four headsets, hose nozzles, 
straight pry bar, hose clamp and canvas hose-bed covers. The 
truck underwent routine maintenance and annual testing, and 
its service records are available. 

With a minimum acceptable bid of $3,000, the engine will 
be sold “as is.” The winner will have 10 days to make full 
payment and pick up the truck. Proof of insurance and dri¬ 
ver’s license will be also required. 

Bids are being accepted by mail to Carmel-by-the-Sea 
City Hall, Attn. City Clerk, ladder truck bid, P.O. Box CC, 
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Anyone in the market for a 1975 Crown Telesquirt 
can bid on the Carmel Fire Department’s ladder truck, which 
the city council recently declared as surplus property. The 
city is accepting sealed bids for the truck and will reveal the 
winner Nov. 6 at 5 p.m. 

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1,500 gallon-per-minute pump, was reconditioned in 1997. 
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The Carmel Pine Cone 


‘Fire on the Mountain’ 
benefit aids local 
school music programs 


Count Dracula's Kooky Countdown and Halloween 
Pictionary, costume contest and parade, and pumpkin arts 
and crafts. For more information, call (831) 373-2705, ext. 
101, or visit www.delmontecenter.com. 


Writing for periodicals 
presentation at 
Carmel library 


FOR THE second year in a row, Carmel Valley’s Trail and 
Saddle Club will host a music-filled ftmdraising benefit 
Saturday, Oct. 28 for three local charities. 

“Fire on the Mountain” provides a showcase for an eclec¬ 
tic mix of local talent, including Homefire, Heartstrings, 
Diane Donnely and the Yes M’aams, the Hay Boys, the OP 
Buds, a classical duo from Seaside High School and a rock 
band, the Aviators, from All Saints’ Day School. 

Proceeds benefit the Thlarcitos School’s music program. 
Seaside High School’s music program and Mike Osgood’s 
fire fund. 

“Because of the purpose of this event and all the people 
involved, there is an extra special eneigy,” explained Paulette 
Lynch, a member of Heartstrings. “There is just something 
special about all of us getting together and playing on behalf 
of students. It’s going to be a blast.” 

The trail and saddle club is located at the end of East 
Garzas Road which is located at the end of Boronda road, 
south of Carmel Valley Road. 


Carmel Presbyterian Church 

Ocean at Junipero; Caimel-by^e-Sea 
831-624-3878 • www.carmelpres.org 

Contemporary Worship Service at 9 AM 
It AduK Qass at 9 AM 9 Traditional Service at 10:30 AM 
It Children and Ybuth Sunday School at 10:30 AM 


EVER WONDER where all those inspiring or humor- 
filled stories in “Reader’s Digest” come from? Or, how all 
those exciting travel articles enticing you to visit exotic 
places come to be? 

Find out at the sixth annual “Author! Author!” Sunday, 
Nov. 5, at 4 p.m. in the Barnet J. Segal Reading Room at the 
Hamson Memorial Library located at Ocean and Lincoln. 
The event is held by the Carmel Public Library Foundation. 

Doors for the event open at 3:30 p.m. It is free, but due to 
limited seating, tickets are required. Free tickets may be 
picked up at the circulation desk of Harrison Memorial 
Library during normal library hours. 

For more information on “Author! Author!” and other 
activities sponsored by the Carmel Public Library 
Foundation, call (831) 624-2811. 


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Family Halloween 
events scheduled 


Sing? Act? Dance? 


TWO MONTEREY Peninsula shopping centers will hold 
free Halloween family events. 

The Barnyard Shopping Village in Carmel will host its 
annual Harvest Festival from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29. 
Everybody is invited to celebrate the season of pumpkins and 
pranks in a safe, fun environment. 

The free event will feature trick-or-treating in all 
Barnyard shops and restaurant, costume contests and prizes, 
arts and crafts by MY Museum and Camp Sea Lab, profes¬ 
sional clowns and carriage rides. 

For more information, call the Barnyard Shopping Village 
at (831) 624-8886 or visit www.thebamyard.com. 

Del Monte Center is hosting the third annual Pumpkin 
Pandemonium Tuesday, Oct. 31, beginning at 3 p.m. 

The event is a true celebration of all things pumpkin and 
is free for the whole family. 

Farmer Mike, known as the “Picasso of Pumpkin 
Carvers,” will transform a heavyweight champion pumpkin 
from Borchard Farms into a three-dimensional work of art 
right before your eyes. The public can also participate in 
many other free fun activities, including photos with the 
giant pumpkin, community trick-or-treat, games such as 


PACIFIC REPERTORY Theatre announced open audi¬ 
tions for actors, singers and dancers seeking roles in the 2007 
season, with sessions set for Saturday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. 
to 2 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 9 p.m., at the 
Golden Bough Playhouse on Monte Verde Street in down¬ 
town Carmel. Diuice auditions will be held for “La Cage aux 
Folles” Monday, Oct. 30, at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. For more 
audition information and to make an appointment, call (831) 
622-0100. Information is also available online at 
www.pacrep.oig. 


Carmel Mission Basilica 

Sat Mass: 5:30pm fulfills Sunday obligation. 

Sun. Masses; 7;00am, S.OOam, 9;30A«i 11;00 am, 12;30pm & 5;30pm 
Confessions; Sat. 4:00 to 5:00 
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Wednesday Testimony Meetings 7:30 p.m. every Wed. Evening 
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Publication dates: Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10, 
2006. (PC1023). 


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CARMEL AREA WASTEWATER DISTRICT 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS SPECML MEETING 
3945 RIo Road, Carmel, CA 93923 (831) 624-1248 
NOTICE A AGENDA 
9:30 a.m., Friday, November 3, 2006 


Answer to This Week’s Puzzle 


I. CALL TO ORDEB 


Sunday Worship at 

All Saints Episcopal Church 

Dolores 8 9th Carmel, CA 93921 
8 am Traditional • 9;15am Contemporary 
10:30am Choral • 5:30pm Meditative 
(831) 624-3883 • Fax (831) 624-1459 
Email; allsalntscarmel@sbcglobal.net • www.allsalntscarmel.ori 


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II. APPEARANCES 

Anyone wishing to address the Board on a matter not appearing on the agenda may 
do so now. Comments on any matter listed on the agenda are welcome at the time 
the Board is considering the matter. 


III. RESOLUTIONS 

Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement with the 
Pebble Beach Company for Construction of the CAWD/PBCSD Reclamation Project 
- Phase II - Salinity Management Project 


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Sundays: 8:00 8 10:30 a m 

831-375-4463 

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IV. CLOSED SESSION 

As permitted by Government Code, Section 54965 ef seq., the Board December 
adjourn to Closisd Session or Executive Session to consider specific matters deal¬ 
ing with pending litigation, certain personnel matters, or to confer with the Agency's 
Meyer-Milias-Brown Act Representative. 


V. ADJOURNMENT - Unless there is a Special Meeting prior to that time, the next 
Regular Meeting will be held at; 9:30 a.m..Thursday, November 16, 2006 (or an 
alternate acceptable date) in the Board Room of the District 
Office. 3945 Rio Road, Carmel, CA 93923 

Barbara HIguara, Secretary to the Board 
Publication date; October 27, 2006 
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An elderly woman agreed to sell 
her antique furniture for a pittance to an 
unscrupulous liquidator. A collectibles deal¬ 
er told a senior her gold-leaf mirror was plas¬ 
tic when it was actually carved wood. 

A seminar Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Sally 
Griffin Senior Center is intended to educate 
seniors and others about the value of their 
belongings. 

“What I’m going to share is how to 


understand what their possessions might be 
worth,” said Carmel-based appraiser 
Georganne Thurston, one of four speakers at 
the event. “Sometimes it can be difficult to 
appreciate the value of diings we have lived 
with all of our lives or seen in our parents’ 
homes growing up.” 

The seminar, from 1 to 4 p.m., will fea¬ 
ture how-to presentations by local experts on 
throwing a successful garage sale, selling on 
eBay, and furniture repair and refmishing. 

“We are looking for people who have 
something interesting,” said Claudia 
McCord, manager of the Cannery Row 
Antique Mall, which is cosponsoring the 
event with the senior center and the Heritage 
Society of Pacific Grove. “If they have an 
inkling it’s worth something and want to find 
out from people who have more expertise, 
we will tell them.” 

The event is open to all ages, not just 
seniors. The entrance fee includes two 
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“I think the audience will be people who 
are downsizing,” Thurston said. “The second 
group are people who will be providing care 
for ttieir relatives and want to learn how they 
can avoid falling victim to these schemes.” 

While most antiques dealers are profes¬ 
sional and ethical, Thurston has heard unfor¬ 
tunate stories of scam artists who have taken 


The event will be at the Sally Griffin 
Senior Center, 700 Jewell Ave., in Pacific 
Grove. It will be free for members of the 
Heritage Society of Pacific Grove and the 
Sally Griffin Active Living Center, and $10 
for nonmembers. 


advantage of seniors and others who didn’t 
have any idea what their possessions were 


wordi. 

“I’m really trying to tell people, ‘Here are 
some of the pitfalls to avoid,’ without scaring 
them,” she said. 

Having a certified appraisal of one’s per¬ 
sonal possessions should be done in cases of 
probate, divorce, insurance, or when items 
are donated to a charitable organization such 
as Goodwill or The Salvation Army. 

Although it’s considered ethical for 
appraisers to buy objects from people they’re 
working for, Thurston said an appraiser must 
disclose that intention to a client at the onset 
of die assignment. 

“The second thing is dealers aren’t always 
appraisers,” she said. “They have a lifelong 
interest in what they want to collect, which 
doesn’t mean they are professional apprais- 
crs. 

Thurston, who doesn’t sell or deal in 
antiques, said those interested in selling their 
items or having them appraised should first 
consult a professional. 

“Be sure that the appraiser has profes¬ 
sional training and ethics and is associated 
with a bona fide af^raisal organization,” 
said Thurston, who operates Thurston Estate 
Appraisal and is a member of the American 
Society of Appraisers. 

Thurston will also provide information on 
preparing for an estate sale, including taking 
inventory and labeling items to be sold. 


Health Notes 


RG. spent 
$ 100,000 to fight 
pine branch 
lawsuit 

THE FAMILY of an elderly woman killed 
by a falling pine branch in Pacific Grove’s 
Monarch Sanctuary got $1 million. And set¬ 
tling the family’s lawsuit also cost taxpayers 
loads in legal fees during the past two years. 

The city decided Oct. 13 to settle witfi the 
family of Anne Dickinson Thomas, 85, 
instead of going to trial. Thomas was killed 
in November 2004. 

Pacific Grove paid $80,000 in legal fees 
to fight the lawsuit and will pay about 
$20,000 more to attorney Jon Giffen for rep¬ 
resenting the city in the case. 

“Most of that money went to attorneys for 
the last couple of years,” said city manager 
Jim Colangelo. “Most of it comes from our 
city attorney budget.” 

The $ 1 million settlement will be paid by 
a group P.G. is part of called the Public 
Agency Risk Sharing Authority. 

“It’s a pool of local jurisdictions that pay 
premiums,” Colangelo said, “and pay out 
when there is a lawsuit against any of us.” 

In 2005/2006, Pacific Grove spent about 
$150,000 fighting lawsuits against the city, 
Colangelo said. 



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Museum of Natui^il History, Robert Lewis Gallery, and the 
Tessuti Zoo. 

Gallery owners and artists will be available to discuss 
their work. The art walk is sponsored by the P.G. Chamber of 
Commerce and participating galleries. For more information, 
call (831)373-3304. 


park agencies signed an agreement to allow the parcels to 
become public parkland. 

The deal was fmalized this week, the park district said. 


PROJECT ST. Bernard, the neighbors-helping-neighbors 
group of Carmel, will hold a potluck supper and meeting in 
the Chapman Room at Sunset Center Thursday, Nov. 9. Tom 
Parks of Alliance on Aging will describes programs his 
agency offers, and Project St. Bernard co-chair Ken White 
will share a new proposal from the City of Carmel to give the 


Heritage society names 
spirit award winners 


THE PEOPLE responsible for a renovating a home origi¬ 
nally constructed by Hugh Comstock and the former Carmel 
City Hall where real estate has been sold for a century, as 
well as the woman who maintains a memorial bench and 
flower garden downtown, will celebrate receiving the Carmel 
Heritage Society’s Spirit of Carmel awards Nov. 16. 

The awards, now in their fifth year, “recognize outstand¬ 
ing examples of recently completed restorations, renovations, 
new construction or other projects that enhance the ambiance 
of Carmel-by-the-Sea and honor its traditions,” according to 
the nonprofit group. “The society’s emphasis is to provide 
public recognition for fM-ojects that stand out as significant 
contributions to Carmel’s character — whether residential, 
commercial buildings, gardens, gates, walls, public artworic 
or other similar objects.” 

Each year, the heritage society solicits nominations for the 
Spirit of Carmel awards. Following the June 30 deadline, 
members considered the entries and selected those they felt 
best fulfill the awards’ mission. 

This year’s winners are: 

■ the renovation of E>ean & Cindy James’ Comstock 
house on the southeast comer of Sixth and Torres; 

■ the remodel of the historic Wilson Building (presently 
occupied by Alain Pinel realtors, but once the site of a comer 
market and Carmel City Hall) on the northwest comer of 
Dolores and Ocean owned by managing partner David Kent; 
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THE MONTEREY Peninsula Regional Park District sold 
100 parcels of Sand City dunes to the State Department of 
Paries and Recreation for $2.5 million, a deal that will allow 
the land to become part of Monterey State Beach. 

The lots, which total about five acres, are located between 
Bay Street and Tioga Avenue in Sand City and were sold “to 
preserve the shoreline in keeping with the Monterey Bay 
State Seashore legislation signed by Gov. Pete Wilson in 
1994,” according to the park district. 

State parks and the park district purchased parcels from 
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■ the memorial bench and flower garden on the northeast 
comer of Carmelo and Ocean maintained by Sue Lind. 

The honorable mention goes to Jed Brusseau’s renovated 
home on Guadalupe Street, four lots northwest of First 
Avenue. 

The Spirit of Carmel reception and awards ceremony will 
be held at the First Murphy House, Lincoln and Sixth, 
Thursday, Nov. 16, from 5 to 7 p.m. Refreshments will be 
served, and the public is invited. For more information, call 
(831) 624-4447 or e-mail info@carmelheritage.org. 


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and fall meeting are open to the public and will begin at 4:45 
p.m. For more information, call (831) 624-4234, 


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Runners IN the Big Sur Half Marathon on Monterey 
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perfect conditions on die relatively flat and fast course along 
the Monterey and Pacific Grove coastline Sunday morning. 
Presented by organizers of the Big Sur International 
Marathon held each April, the Oct. 29 event has sold out at 
4,500 participants. In addition to the fourth running of the 
13.1-mile race, Sunday will include a 10-mile walk and the 
Run Forrest Run SK. 

A revan^ied prize purse for the 2006 race prompted 
world-class runners across the nation to enter, accoixfing to 
race officials, with the women’s field headlined by 
Olynqiians Jen Rhines and Kate O’Neill. The men’s race will 
feature Fernando Cabada, who holds the US. 20K record, 
and past Big Sur Marathon winner Ibrahim Limo. 

Using a combination of city streets and the recreation 
trail, the out-and-back course will begin in downtown 
Monterey at Del Monte and lyier, head nordi to Lake El 
Estero and then south through the tunnel to Cannery Row. 
Runners will continue along the coast through Pacific Grove 
and around downtown, and return to Monterey to cross the 
finish line at Custom House Plaza. 

Along the way, live musicians will help keep people mov¬ 
ing, just as they do at the Big Sur Maradion a^ the Big Sur 
River Run, both founded by retired Monterey County 
Superior Court Judge Bill Burleigh and known for dieir 
musical flair. A cadre of volunteers will ensure they are 
hydrated, fed and well cared for overall. 

In addition to the races, a Health & Fitness Expo will be 
held FrithQr and Saturday at the Monterey Conference Center. 
The expo is open to the public and will include health screen¬ 
ing checks and demonstrations, sports medicine and fitness 
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AIRPORT 

From page 7A 

creative ways to get them in diere.” 

Presser said his sales and marketing experience, coiqiled 
with the commercial pilot’s license he holds, give him an 
advantage over the other candidates. 

*i understand the airport from the travel industry point of 
view and the left-seat-side-of-an-aircraft point of view,” he 
said. 

Voters will pick two board members next month. Presser 
faces con:q)etition from software engineer R. Jay Roland, 
recently retired Pacific Grove Police Chief Carl Miller, com¬ 
mercial aviator Bill Sabo, peace officer Bill Sullivan and cur¬ 
rent board member Bob DeVoe, who was i 4 )pointed in 2005 
when Nancy Foy resigned. Current board member Ron 
Phoebus is not seeking re-election. 

Presser has created controversy and helped built his cam¬ 
paign around a report the airport district commissioned in 
2005. 

Dubbed the Mayne report, after consultant Renee Mayne 
who was hired to draw it up, Presser has accused the airport 
board of concealing its results. The more than $10,000 
report, a purported employee survey, is said to reflect on air¬ 
port general manager Tom Greer’s performance. 

“When the report was completed, it was presented to die 
airport board,” Presser said. “After seeing the report, the 
board elected to destroy all copies of the written report and 
to keep silent on the contents. 1 want to get to the bottom of 
it.” 

The Monterey County District Attorney’s Office is inves¬ 
tigating the district’s actions to determine if any laws were 
violated. 

Greer said he believes the airport is functioning well. 

But some have criticized airport management for low 
employee morale. And the Monterey Airport Fire 
Department has been in negotiations with the district since 
2004 for a contract. 

“There are a lot of things we need to do,” he said. “You 
can certainly do better. As far as things needing to be fixed, 
there is nothing broken.” 

The airport is undergoing a $8.4 million terminal mod¬ 
ernization project, which includes adding a baggage carousel 
and consolidating security checkpoints. The project is sched¬ 
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margins may be squeezed and their stock prices might fall. 
Yet, in the long run, inflation allows companies to raise 
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“What’s good for 
Carmel business is good 
FOR Carmel! 


Thank you to everyone for making Taste of Carmel 
one of the most memorable evenings in Carmel. 
Thank you for a break in the stormy weather and 
for the full moon showing up on cue (we needed it!) 


The Chamber fVorhs Hard and Ptays Hard! 


**La Loterla: As ExploratioB of Mexico” Paintings 
by Teresa Villegas, National Steinl)eck Center, Salinas, 
775-4721 

Salzborg Marloacttca. Sunset Cultural Center, 

Carmel, 620-2048 

Mary Burr, Solo Show, Carmel Art Association, 

Carmel, 624-6176 

Gallery Showcase featuring Auvil, Giacometti and 
Jelmini, Carmel Art Association, Carmel, 624-6176 
“Inherit the Wind”, The Western Stage, Hartnell 
College, Salinas, 375-2 ill 
“Author! Author” Writing for Publications, 

Carmel's Public Library Foundation, Barnet J. Segal 

Reading Room, Carmel, 624-2811 

“Prague Chamber Orchestra with Menahem 

Pressler, piano soloist", Carmel Music Society, Sunset 

Cultural Center, Carmel, 625-9938 

Carmel Chamber Mixer, L'Auberge, Carmel, 624-2522 

ICD. Lang, Sunset Cultural Center, Carmel, 620-2048 

Great Wine Escape Weekend, Monterey Co Vintners & 

Growers Association, 375-9400 

Borealis String Quartet & Robert Silverman, Piano, 

Mozart Society of California All Saints Episcopal 

Church, Carmel 

Fall Winenuiker Dfainer, Chateau Julien Winery, 
Carmel, 624-2600 

“Concert Two” - From the Past, Monterey Symphony, 
Sun-Mon Sunset Center, Carmel, 624-8511 
Carmel Chamber of Commerce Member Orientation, 
Bistro da Giovanni, Carmel, 624-2522 
Homecrafters Marketplace, Carmel, 620-2020 
“Meet the Penguin”, Monterey Bay Aquarium, 
Monterey, 

“Bnddy”r.Tlie1|'il% HnHy Story by PacRep, Golden 
Bough <^*0100'i. ^ . 

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The Courtyard of the Carmel Mission was 
the setting for one of the nicest Chamber events 
of the year as the hundreds who enjoyed the 
Taste of Carmel would surely agree. Thankfully 
the weatherman was wrong and the gloomy and 
damp forecast proved to be unfounded. First 
sunny skies and then a perfect harvest moon ris¬ 
ing over hundreds of happy "tasters” set the 
stage for a perfectly scrumptious event. Many of Carmel’s exciting 
restaurants and the area’s outstanding wineries offered generous tast¬ 
ings of their delicious dishes and lovely libations. Event organizers 
Tom Nash and John Haveles, supported by an outstanding commit¬ 
tee, did a world class job and put together a world class event. 

Once a year the Chamber recognizes excellence in business and 
publicly acknowledges outstanding members at the Annual Green 
Ribbon of Excellence Awards Dinner. This event is truly the 
Chamber’s “party of the year”. Always a sold out event, this year it 
will be held on December 7 at Stonepine Estate. Nestled amid 330 
pristine acres in the heart of Carmel Valley, Stonepine was named for 
the ancient Italian Stone Pines which stand sentry over this private 
estate built in 1929 by the Crocker banking family of San Francisco. 

Chaired by Thompson Lange of Homescapes and Jennifer Kriste 
of KJON, the Green Ribbon Dinner is really a hands on event. 
Members sponsor the shuttle, the band, decorations etc. and provide 
fabulous silent auction items. While the nomination process is open 
to the general public, the winners are chosen by the membership. The 
winners of the 2005 awards will also be acknowledged and will be 
asked to present the awards to this year's recipients. The nomination 
process is now complete and nominees will be announced shortly. 

The Green Ribiron dinner is the culmination of the Chamber’s 
busy and productive year, don’t miss it! 


Special Thanks 

Carmel Mission 
Glastonbury Audio 
Visual Event Specialist 

Premier Sponsor 

KION TV/KCBA FOX HS 

Back Stage 

Asilomar Conference Grounds 
Carmel Plaza 
Coachman’s Inn 
First National Bank of 
Central California 
Leidig/Draper Properties 
Monterey County Bank 
Washington Mutual Bank 
Wells Fargo Bank 

Center Stage 
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Country Home HL—..,^11 
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Homescapes, Carmel 
Maxine IGaput Antiques 
Quail Lodge Resort 

In The Wings 

Carmel Art Association 
Cass’ Paperie 
Trotter Galleries 


Terrace Grill 
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Terry's Lounge at die 

The Bountiful 

lE SHOP The Cheese Shop 
The Covey at Quail Lodge 
The Grill on Ocean Avenue 
TVitto Mondo Trattoria 
Village Corner 

Zillo'sTraditional Italian Restaurant 
& Bar 


Janet Kelly 
Board Chair, 
Keller WiUams 
Realty 


Wineries 
Bemardus Winery 
Blackstone Winery 
Boete Winery 

Chateau Julien Wine Estate 
Chateau Sinned 
Cima Colina 
Galante Vineyards 
Heller Estate 
J Lohr Winery 
Joullian Vineyards, Ltd 
Laetitia Vineyards & 

Morgan Winery 
Parsonage Village 

P^ Wines 
Robert Talbod 

Rocky Creek 

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Restaurants 

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Bahama Billy's Restaurant 
Bixby Martini Bistro 
Buon Gioroo BakeryoCaft 
Cantinetta Luca 
Chianti Ristorante ft Bar 
Christopher's On Lincoln 
Cielo at Ventana 
Flaherty's Seafood Grill 
n Fomaio 
L’Escargot 
Marinus at 
Bemardus Lodge 
Merlot! Bistro 
Pacific's Edge at 
the Highlands Inn 
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If you would like to experience a new landmark for 
accommodation, dining and gracious architecture in the 
heart of Carmel, join us for a mixer at 

UAnberge Carmel 
Wednesday, November 8 
5:00 - 7:00 p.m. 

Carmel Pinza Conrtynrd 


Thanday, 


$100 per person 


We would also like to 
thank the numerous 
businesses that donated 
incredible items for the 
silent auction. 

Photos/Peggy DiPietro 


Premier Member 

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Partner Member • Monterey County Bank 
Executive Member 

Bemardus Lodge * Country Home Care • Homescapes, Carmel 
Quail Lodge Resort • JR Rouse Real Estate 


Please join us in the last member orientation of the year. Our 
hosts, Firouk and David, will be serving coffee, tea and pastries 
Thursday, November 16 • 8:00 a.m. 

Carmel's Bbtro Giovanni 
San Carlos btwn 5th & 6th 
Please RSVP to Lisa 624-2522 or 
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The Carmel Pine Cone October 27, 2006 


Laguna announces 2007 season; motorcycle race tickets on sale 


By MARY BROWNFIELD 

XICKETS TO Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca’s Red Bull 
US. Grand Prix — by far the track’s most well attended 
weekend, with sellout crowds — will go on sale Nov. 1, just 
days after the world championship is decided in Spain. For 
the first time in more than five years, an American, 
“Kentucky Kid” Nicky Hayden, has a chance at the title. 

Hayden won the USGP at Laguna in its inaugural year in 
2005 and again in July, and was leading the fight for the 
world championship this year until the Oct. 15 race in Estoril, 
Portugal, where his teammate, Spaniard Dani Pedrosa, 
crashed into him on the fifth lap. Five-time world champion 
Valentino Rossi now leads by eight points going into the final 
race of the season in Valencia, Spain. 

The July 20-22, 2007, races promise to be just as thrilling. 
The Red Bull US. Grand Prix will feature not only the 
MotoGP world championship, but the hugely popular 


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racing there since Laguna Seca opened after a fatal crash 
ended the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1956. 

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Series. Their 250-mile race, capped at two hours and 45 min¬ 
utes, will be accompanied by the Grand-Am Cup of high-per¬ 
formance sports cars and other yet-to-be-revealed races. 

The world-class vintage races Steve Earle first held at 
Laguna Seca 34 years ago arc set for Aug. 17-19. The Rolex 
Monterey Historic Automobile Races presented by Toyota 
will bring Indy tradition back to to the track by honoring the 
cars and drivers who made the Indy 500 one of motorsports’ 
most spectacular events. 

The race season will again close with the Monterey Sports 
Car Championships Oct. 19-21, \^en the world’s most exot¬ 
ic and high-tech cars of the American Le Mans Series battle 
for four hours in an aftemoon-into-evening race. Many aver¬ 
age more than 100 mph on Laguna’s 2.238 miles during the 
race, which features prototype and GT machines. 

But the county-owned track, which is run by the nonprof¬ 
it Sports Car Racing Association of the Monterey Peninsula 
and raises money for chanties every year, has permission to 
hold five large-scale events, and the series that will compete 
there in September remains a mystery. 

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BOOK 

From page IA 

the company’s Lagorio Archives for the 
book. 

“Capturing the essence of die heritage of 
Pebble Beach is what we were trying to do 
with this book,” Hotelling said. 

Besides plenty of photographs of golfers 
and golf courses, the book features shots of 
the numerous celebrities and dignitaries wlio 
visited Pebble Beach. 

“We had thousands of images to choose 
from, which was kind of fun,” Hotelling 
said. “It was tough to choose.” 

Most of the black and white photographs 
were taken by Julian P. Graham, who was 
Pebble Beach’s staff photographer from 
1924 to 1963, and William C. Brooks, who 
assisted Graham until 1986. 

“The earliest image was taken about 
1883,” Hotelling said. 

Golf aficionados won’t be disappointed 
in the book, which offers stunning eye-level 
and aerial photos of Pebble Beach, its golf 
courses and players. 

Some of ^e more notable photos include 
“golfer of the year” Ben Hogan mid-swing 
at the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am 
Championship in 1947 and amateur golf 
champion and Pebble Beach Golf Links 
designer H. Chandler Egan on the 7th Hole. 

“The book is really important because it 
captures [Pebble Beach] life over the years,” 
Hotelling said. 

One of the less glamorous but equally 
compelling photographs shows more dian 
20 young working class caddies at Del 
Monte Golf Course in 1917. 

“That one was actually taken with a box 
camera; it was not a professional shot,” 
Hotelling said. 


The shot features adolescents Henry 
Puget, who went on to be head professional 
at Cypress Point from 1931 to 1971, and his 
brother. Cam, who became head profession¬ 
al at the Pebble Beach Golf Links and 
Monterey Peninsula Country Club. 

* Clint Eastwood penned the book’s fore¬ 
word. 

“The Pebble Beach Heritage Collection 
provides all of us a unique insight into a dif¬ 
ferent time,” Eastwood wrote, “while also 
showing us why Pebble Beach remains such 
a special place for all who are drawn to the 
Del Monte Forest today.” 

Photos of Dean Martin playing the 
straight man to Jerry Lewis’ shenanigans at 
the 1952 Pro-Am, “Cynthia the sea lion” 
stealing a flagstick, and a promotional news¬ 
reel shot of a “doggie dining” event highlight 
Pebble Beach’s more humorous history. 

A chapter in the book entitled “Honored 
Guests” portrays Pebble Beach’s most 
famous visitors and sometime residents, 
including President Teddy Roosevelt on 
horseback, Charles Lindbergh in an experi¬ 
mental gilder, Clark Gable on the Del Monte 
Golf Course, Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, 
and Salvador Dali with sugar heiress 
Dorothy Spreckels Munn, whom Dali paint¬ 
ed in 1942. 

“I think one of the classics is Winston 
Churchill with a weathered cypress,” 
Hotelling said. “Winston only made one trip 
to California and he made a stop here.” 

An image of a younger Clint Eastwood is 
displayed, as well as crooner Bing Crosby, 
who appears in several photographs. 

The book also shows the non-golf 
endeavors Pebble Beach hosted over the 
years, including the Pebble Beach Road 
Races, the Concours d’Elegance, sailboat 
races in Stillwater Cove, the Pebble Beach 
Cross Country Equestrian Event, the Pebble 


CHS 

From page 2A 


beyond the whole project’s January 2007 tar¬ 
get. 

“It will be a real challenge to get it done,” 
Ruhnke said. “My feeling is the contractor is 
not being realistic about when they’re getting 
the pool done, but I could be proved wrong 
and hope 1 am.” 

Paul said the contractor, who is paying to 
house his workers during the project, 
requested seven-day work weeks, but prox¬ 
imity to the neighbors might prevent that. He 
said crews could work 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 


Monday through Saturday. 

Biasotti asked if tiiey could do “quiet” 
work on Sundays, and Given commented the 
Carmel Panthers youth football league uses 
the adjacent field Sundays and is “blasting 
radios much louder than anything going on” 
at the pool. 

Biasotti advised finding ways to accom¬ 
modate the contractor’s wish “if it helps 
bring this project in on time.” 

(The new pool is partially funded by the 
$21.5 million bond voters approved last 
November, but the nonprofit Friends of 
Carmel Aquatics must raise $500,000 and is 
seeking donations, particularly for a match¬ 
ing grant offer that expires Nov. 30. For more 
information, visit www.carmelpool.org.) 



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October 27, 2006 The Carmel Pine Cone 15A 


Beach Tennis Invitational and the Del Monte 
Kennel Club Dog Show. ’They’ve all got a 
story to them, and that’s what makes it fun,” 
Hotelling said of the photographs. 

“Pebble Beach Heritage Collection” is 
offered in three versions; a “standard edi¬ 
tion” for $95, a “gallery edition” with a slip¬ 
cover and the buyer’s choice of one of five 
chapter prints for $225, and a “limited edi¬ 
tion” of 995 copies that is leatherbound with 
clamshell casing and portfolio of all five 
chapter iconic prints, available for $950. 

“We’ve actually had advanced sales,” 
Hotelling said. “We ran an excerpt in the cur¬ 


rent in the “Pebble Beach Magazine” and the 
phone started running off the hook.” 

On Oct. 26, from 3 to 5 p.m. at The Lodge 
at Pebble Beach, Hotelling, who also wrote 
“Pebble Beach Golf Links: The OfTicial 
History,” will offer a program titled the 
“Heritage of Pebble Beach,” which will 
include historical materials, film and pho¬ 
tography from the Lagorio archives and a 
peek into the book. Advance orders for the 
book will be taken at the event. For more 
information or to make reservations, call 
Images at Pebble Beach at (831) 622-6538 or 
visit www.pebblebeach.com. 



Cynthia the Sea Lion, advertised as "the world's smartest sea lion," was brought to the golf 
course at Pebble Beach in 1938 to demonstrate the relative ease with which one could knock 
the ball into the cup, according to the "Pebble Beach Heritage Collection." 



Antique Jewelry 
Event 

October 28th & 29th 




Fourtane takes great pleasure in welcoming back 
Ms. Elizabeth Dmitrova, Jewelry historian, collector 
and teacher, for a special antique Jewelry event 
on Saturday and Sunday October 28th and 29th, 
from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Join Ms. Dmitrova 
for an informal discussion and presentation 
of one of the largest antique Jewelry 
collections in the country. 



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Capturing beauty in a place of horror earns artist top photo prize 


Regis Martin of Australia took home the competition’s 
third prize, a check for $ 1,000. 

“He’s a Frenchman who moved into the Australian out¬ 
back,” High said. “He did an amazing series of people in 
baths,” 

The competition annually attracts a wide variety of par¬ 
ticipants, including some of the world’s most acclaimed pho¬ 
tographers. 

“Just a few years ago, Arthur Tress won the $10,000 
award,” High recalled. “He’s one of the great artists in the 
world.” 

The competition was juried by Sarah Greenough, curator 
of photographs for the National Gallery of Art in 
Washington, D.C. The show provides a remarkable glimpse 
of the state of modem photography. High explained. 

“There’s a little bit of everything here,” he said. “You get 
to put your hand on the pulse of what’s happening in the pho¬ 
tographic medium today.” 

For more information, call (831) 625-5181. 


By CHRIS COUNTS 


'Seeking a challenging subject, photographer Heather 
McClintock traveled to Uganda to capture images of people 
whose world is wracked by famine, disease and war. For her 
efforts, the Carmel Center for the Photographic Arts award¬ 
ed McClintock the top prize in its 16th annual international 
juried competition. A resident of Boone, N.C., McClintock 
received a check for $12,000 at a Quail Lodge ceremony Oct. 


r INDING BEAUTY in the day-to-day world is a chal¬ 
lenge for many artists. Finding something beautiful amidst 
the heartbreak and misery of one of the world’s most horrif¬ 
ic places is an endeavor few of them would even attempt. 


“Heather is really amazing,” said Dennis High, executive 
director and curator of the nonprofit photography group. 
“Her images just take your breath away. Heather does more 
than just document the horrific. There is a sensitive, a spiri¬ 
tual and an almost angelic aspect to her work.” 

The center’s gallery — which is located at Sunset Center 
— will host an opening reception Friday, Oct. 27, from 6 to 
8 p.m., for an exhibit featuring the works of McClintock and 
56 other artists from around the world who entered the annu¬ 
al photographic competition. The show continues through 
Dec. 1. 

McClintock isn’t the only artist who cashed in at the com¬ 
petition. Gregori Maiofis of St. Petersburg, Russia, captured 
the center’s $10,000 Betty and Jim Kasson Award. 

“His work has a very antiquated presentation,” High 
explained. “It has a real old-world feel to it.” 


■ Artist gets career boost from thorny thistle 

Pacific Grove artist Jennifer Hillary Sullivan is hoping 


See ARTISTS page I9A 


Heather AAcClintock's 
image of a Ugandan 
mother and child took top 
prize in a Carmel photo 
contest (far left). 
"Fisherman's Wharf," by 
Mark Farina, will be 
featured in a fundraiser 
for the P.G. Art Center 
(top left). Jennifer Hillary 
Sullivan, whose artworK 
was selected for this 
year's Castroville 
Artichoke Festival poster, 
paints in her studio (left). 


CYt>RESS Community Church 
to Pf^tscnts 


The CtTY OF Carmel-by-the-Sea 
90th Birthday 

BARBECUE & 
HALLOWEEN 
PARADE 
October 28 

See page 18A 


American Musical Theater 
presents < 


October 28 

See page 26A 


The intricately crafted, elabo¬ 
rately costumed and surpris¬ 
ingly graceful Salzburg 
Marionettes — created in 
Mozart's birthplace more 
than 90 years ago — will 
perform the famous compos¬ 
er's "The Magic Flute" at 
Sunset Center Thursday, 

Nov. 2, at 7:30 p.m. The 
fantasy story of faith and 
devotion in a world populat¬ 
ed with sorcerers, wild crea¬ 
tures, caves and castles will 
showcase the puppets' funny 
Dhysical feats and uncanny 
ifelike expressions. For tick¬ 
ets and information, call 
(831) 620-2048 or visit 
WWW. sunsetcenter. org. 


Monterey County VtNTNERS 

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ESCAPE 
WEEKEND 

November 9-12 

See page 21A 


Ventana Vineyards 


CARMEL 
Chianti.... 
Cypress Inn 
da Giovanni 
Flaherty’s.. 


November 10 

See poqe 20A 


I Pacific’s Edge at Highlands Irm 21A 
MONTEREY 

Archies .28A 

Pelican Tavern .28A 

Round Table Pizza.31A 

PACIFIC GROVE 
Fandango.18A 

PEBBLE BEACH 

Roy's at Spanish Bay .20A 


Golden State Theatre 


Sunset Center 


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Prodk tion or M xrkTvwin 

November 29 

See page 18A 


Through December 

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October 27 , 2006 


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The Carmel Pine Cone 


October 27, 2006 


Sunset adds second k.d. lang date, Leo Kottke also on tap 


Two GEMS have been booked for the 
month of November at Sunset Center: 
acoustic guitar master Leo Kottke on Friday, 
Nov. 3, and multi-Grammy-Award-winning 


vocalist k.d. lang on Wednesday and 
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century, has been composing, arranging and 
playing guitar music for more 36 years. 
Since the release of his first album, *‘6- and 
12-String Guitar” in 1%9, Kottke has devel¬ 
oped a reputation for his unique and identifi¬ 
able style and for concerts delivered with an 
endearing grace and wit. During his lengthy 
career, he has released 22 studio albums and 
four live recordings. Music starts at 8 p.m. 

Having sold out her Wednesday concert. 
Sunset Center added Thursday, Nov. 9, in 
order to accommodate the demand for 
Canadian songstress k.d. lang. The recipient 
of the 1985 Canadian Juno Award for Most 
Promising Vocalist, lang released her Hrst 
album in 1986, “Angel With a Lariat,” the 
beginning of a long and distinguished career. 
In 1989 she won the first of many Grammy 
Awards (Best Country Vocal Performance) 
for her album “Absolute Torch and Twang,” 
which also contained her first hit single “Full 
Moon of Love.” With the release of her 
fourth album, “Ingenue,” lang made the 
crossover from country music to mainstream 
pop, and in 2003 she won her fourth 
Grammy Award, this time for Best 
Traditional Pop Vocal Album for her collab¬ 
oration with Tony Bennett “A Wonderful 


World.” She performs at Sunset Center in 
support of her latest album, “Reintamation” 
— a throwback to her country music days 
and a “reminder of 
how cool country 
music should be.” 

Go to www.sunset- 
center.org or call 
(831) 602-2048 for 
Sunset Center tickets 
and more informa¬ 
tion. 

Monterey Live on 
Alvarado Street in 
downtown Monterey 

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eclectic variety of 

entertainment and 

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Castraville’s artichokes will provide a big boost to her career, 
just as they did nearly 60 years ago for a then-unknown 
model and aspiring actress with an unforgettable smile. 

“A local merchant wanted to use Marilyn Monroe’s face to 
promote his store,” explained Sullivan, who last month won 
a $5,000 prize for ^signing poster art for next year’s 
Artichoke Festival. “He said, ‘Let’s make you the Artichoke 
Queen.’” 

A few years later, Castroville hosted its first artichoke fes¬ 
tival. And now, just as Castroville used Monroe’s smile as a 
springboard to promote itself as the “Artichoke Capital of the 
World,” Sullivan hopes to use die festival as a stepping stone 
to further her artistic career. Artichoke Festival organizers 
plan to print 31,000 posters and place her image on bill¬ 
boards in four states. “My website’s address will be on all the 
posters,” said Sullivan as she pondered the publicity windfall 
about come her way. “That’s astounding.” 

The winning image, which was inspired by an original 
painting called “Wish,” was chosen over 14 other submis¬ 
sions. 

“The beautiful colors she used had a lot to do with her 
image being selected,” explained Cheryl Della-Mora, North 
Monterey County Chamber of Commerce executive director. 
“It’s something very different [from other submissions]. 
Jennifer’s been a delight to work with. We’re really happy her 
work and her ideas.” 

Sullivan is a rarity on the Monterey Peninsula a young 
(she’s 30) creative type with limited means seeking to sup¬ 
port herself fulltime with her artwork. For a glimpse of her 
many talents, check out the walls of the Juice and Java cof¬ 
fee shop in Pacific Grove. 

A native of New Yoric, Sullivan said her creative journey 
began while she was still in diapers. By the time she could 
walk, a three-tiered Crayola crayon set had captured her 
imagination. By die time she was a senior in high school, she 
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“The first day of class, I went to the art department and 
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told no freshman in the history of Notre Dame had ever said 
tiiat.” 

In 1999, Sullivan moved to the Monterey Peninsula to 
work as an apprentice to acclaimed sculptor Richard 
MacDonald. Seven years later, she’s an artist in her own 


make ends meet. Such a lifestyle doesn’t offer the security of 
a 9-to-S job, but Sullivan is confident she’s heading down the 
right path. 

“1 don’t believe I’ve ever followed the norm,” she said. “I 
believe in serendipity, and that involves being open to oppor¬ 
tunities wherever they are.” 

Despite the challenges of living the life of an artist in one 
of America’s highest-priced communities, Sullivan believes 
she’s found a home. 

“I love it here,” she exclaimed. “I plan to never leave, 
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so they decided to move to the Monterey 
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With Lisa’s practical background in the 
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BeIGNETS — THOSE lovely, light frit¬ 
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— have been a drawing card in New Orleans 
coffee houses for many years. And they’ve 
been a signature dish at Monterey’s Trailside 
Cafe and Coffee House since it opened eight 
years ago. 

“The recipe for beignets has been in the 
family and prepared in family restaurants for 
years,’’ chef/owner Sean Allen said. Lisa 
Allen, Sean’s wife and partner in Trailside, 
grew up in the restaurant business and was a 
manager at her father’s Scandia and The 
Avenue restaurants in Carmel-by-the-Sea 
(now Merlot Bistro and PortaBella). 

It was restaurateur Jack Hakim who 
helped his daughter and son-in-law write the 
first menu for Trailside. It was small at first, 
but grew as the young couple gained confi¬ 
dence. 'There was helpful input from other 
restaurateur family friends, too, and Trailside 
line cooks brought in recipes from their fam¬ 
ilies, as well. 

The Allens met as students at the 
University of California, Santa Barbara. 
Scan came up the coast from Los Angeles — 
where he had bussed tables and worked the 
front of the house in restaurants — to get a 
degree in geography. Lisa went down the 
coast from the Monterey Peninsula to earn a 
B.A. in film studies, on the production side. 
After graduating two years ahead of Sean, 
Lisa worked in Los Angeles for a few years, 
as did Sean when he finished work on his 
degree at the university. 

Soon after, Sean was hired to develop a 
moping system for the Big Sur Land Trust, 


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food industry. Restaurant space became 
available at perhaps one of the most beauti¬ 
ful sites in Monterey with the closing of the 
Coffee, Tea and Tea Leaf coffee shop on 
Wave Street. 

Positioned just above Cannery Row and 
the recreation trail, die Trailside Caf6 and 
Coffee House overlooks Monterey Bay, 
affording a spectacular view from the terrace 
of sparkling waters, cormorants at rest on old 
concrete pilings, seagulls circling overhead, 
and kayaks and sailboats gliding by. 

To bring die caf§ up to restaurant status, a 
full kitchen was installed, and designer 
Rebecca Elizabeth created an old world 
decor for die two inside rooms. 

While Lisa ran 

the kitchen, Sean ^ ^ ^ 

un^ifriok formal 

San Francisco at a ^ 

satellite campus in Salinas, where he 
acquired skills in the basics of restaurant 
cooking and management. During his hours 
away, from school, helped in the restaurant 
Idtchoi. 

Lisa’s mother, Querida King, and grand¬ 
mother, Joyce Siebman, are gourmet cooks, 
according to Sean. They, along with her 


father, were inspirations for Lisa, and so she 
cooked at the restaurant until the fust of their 
two children canoe along. Isabella, now S, 
and Savannah, 2, take up a great deal of her 
time, but she’s at the restaurant four days a 
week while the children are in school, and 
she also does the Trailside’s books. 

Sean puts in a good 10 to 12 hours a day 
at the restaurant and at home with conqniter, 
fax and cell phone, placing orders and updat¬ 
ing menus. 

Sean gives full credit to Lisa’s creativity 
in the kitchen. The menu has evolved 
through the years, and lead cooks on the line 
are encouraged to make suggestions. 

Diners who frequent the restaurant are 
accustomed to waiting 
,« , ^ a bit for tiieir order to 

be cooked. “We strive 
for fresh, home- 
cooked American 
' fare,’’ Sean said, “and 
we try to make every¬ 
thing special every single time.’’ 

Besides the beignets, other signature 
dishes are Brown Derby Restaurant’s cobb 
salad, tempura calamari steak sandwich and 
fish tacos. 

Open at 8 a.m. every day, the Trailside 
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How to eat and driiik like a king without leaving town 


with a fantastic five-course menu. The menu will highlight 
produce from small organic farms, wild mushrooms from 
local foragers and fresh fish caught in Northern California 
waters. But far-away ingredients are also allowed. In fact, 
people who know his cooking are likely keeping their fingers 
crossed Kinch includes on the “Top 100“ menu his signature 
savory olive madelines with red pepper gelees or his homage 
to Alain Passard’s famous Arpege egg, a soft poached egg in 
its shell with herbs, butter, and maple syrup. 

This gourmet evening-to-remember will be hosted by 
“Wine Enthusiast’s” West Coast editor Steve Heimoff on 
Saturday, Nov. 11, at 7 p.m. at Bemardus Lodge. Tickets are 
$250 per person. For more information, visit www.mon- 
tereywines.org 


By CHARYN PFEUFFER 


But if all those accolades make you want to jump in your 
BMW for a quick trip north, you might want to think again. 
Next month, Monterey 
County foodophiles can get a 
taste of Kinch’s cutting-edge 
kitchen craftwork when he 
teams up with Bemardus 
Lodge’s Chef Cal Stamenov at 
“Wine Enftiusiast’s” “Top 100 
Wines of The Year*-’ Dinner 
during Monterey County 
Vintners and Growers 
Association’s Great Wiiie 
Esciq)e Weekend. 

Annually, **Wine 

Enthusiast “ publishes its 
prestigious “Top 100 Wines of 
the Year” and ftie MCVGA event will marry six superb gems 
that have received this accolade (several have sold out and 
will be made available from the vintners’ private libraries) 


In the four-and-a-half years since Chef David Kinch 
opened what has become a “must” destination for foodies, 
Manresa has gained a reputation as one of the fmest dining 
experiences in California. 

The Los Gatos restaurant’s name comes from the 
medieval town in the Catalonia region of northern Spain 
famous for its Gothic basilica and monastery, as well as from 
a beautiful stretch of beach south of Santa Cruz named by the 
Spanish Jesuits of early California. And its innovative cuisine 
has been gaining international recognition. 

Manresa has consistently been designated one of the San 
Francisco Bay Area’s top three restaurants by the Zagat 
Survey (behind Gary Danko and French Laundry). In April, 
it was named one of the world’s 50 best restaurants by the 
London-based “Restaurant” magazine. This fall, it was 
among only four restaurants in the S.F. area to receive two 
Michelin stars in the famous guidebook’s first survey of 
Northern California. 


Honoring 
the finest wines 
with some of 
the best food 


games at CSUMB and Carmel Middle School. 

Catering for special occasion dinners and parties is 
offered in tfie evening at the restaurant by arrangement. “We 
do wedding rehearsal dinners, baby showers and holiday par¬ 
ties,” Sean said. “We have seating for up to 50 inside and on 
the terrace.” 

The terrace patio is shielded from wind by dense bushes, 
from the sun by umbrellas and from the cold with heat lamps. 
It is landscaped with Chinese lantern flowers, trumpet vines 
and a large, bright purple princess flower shrub in a terra 
cotta planter. English sparrows feel free to hop about the 
patio floor tidying up crumbs that have fallen their way. 
Recorded classic jazz and blues provide quiet background 
music, and on Sundays in summertime, local musician Jack 
Olver sings and plays cool jazz on his guitar. 

Trailside Cafe and Coffee House is located on the lower 
level at 550 Wave St., Monterey. For information, call (831) 
649-8600. 


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serves such adventuresome breakfast fare as smoked salmon 
Benedict, French toast with banana and pecans, and breakfast 
burritos. Breakfast is served all day, while lunch is served 
until 3 p.m. weekdays and until 4 p.m. weekends. 

The lunch menu offers exceptional quesadillas, Asian 
chicken salad, a grilled pesto chicken sandwich, as well as a 
selection of more standard dishes — all cooked to order with 
care. 

Lisa and Sean combine sports with their busy work and 
child-rearing duties; Lisa hikes in Garland Park with the fam¬ 
ily’s Siberian husky, Tahoe, and Sean snowboards in the win¬ 
ter and plays regularly with the Monterey Stinging Jellies 
Disc Golf Club. “Frisbee golf” lures a hundred members to 


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Corner of 6th & Junipero, 
Carmel-by-the-Sea 
( 831 ) 624-1805 


Champagne, Scotch & Bourhon Tasting 

Thursday, November 9th • 6-9pm 

at La Playa Hotel T 

M $40 Tasting • Hors d’oeuvres Served / 

Limited Space (Tickets Available at Suii n'Sand Liquors) oRii 

1- Featuring —-- 


Make your first 
stop the Carmel 
Pine Cone*s 
Real Estate 
Section,., 


Bookara 
Backors 
Baoll Haydun 
Markure Mark 
Eagla Rara 


Vauva Clicquot 
Gloria Farrar 
Krug 
Sophia 
Marxian 
Knobb Craak 


Johnnia Walkar 
Black, Gold 
Groan A Blua 
Oalnwra 
Moot Chandon 
WhHaStar 


Glaorotha a 

Boivmora 

Auchantoohan 

TaHokor 

Oban 

Lagavulln 


ICs where buyers 
and sellers meet! 




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rne woodworking 

By Paul Sable. Fine custom cabinetry/lurniture for 
the discriminating homeowner/designer or contrac¬ 
tor. 30 experience. Excellent local references. 
Free estimate. 

Call Paul 831-345-3540 oeH. TF 


ESTATE caretaker 

Educated professiorwl woman, responsible, prob¬ 
lem solver with flexibINty. Would be able to Hve on 
site arKf oversee your property. Available October 
6th for long term assignment. Wonderful local ref¬ 
erences. K^a (775) 790-^7. ' 12/2 


Kitchens & Bathrooms, Additions, Fences, Decks, 
Windows, Doors and More! Home Remodels 
All Home Repair and Custom Needs • 20 Years Experience 

Jim Yates 

Ph/fax 831-384-4524 • PAGER 831-520-0002 

Contractoi Lie * 742246 ^^——, 


Cash paid for “OLD” items 

' Photographs & Photo Albums 
' Postcards & Scrap Books 
' Posters - Maps - Atlases 

> Magazines & Newspapers 

> Any interesting older paper items 
• Singles or large collections 


EXPERIENCED PROPERTY/QROUNDS 
CARETAKER 

Live on premises. Landscaping & eprdening 
Care of iarM arnl small animals. Occasiona 
catering/cooldng. Driving & errands. Great orga 
nizing skiHs. Excellent refererx^s. 

Man^ (415) 272-1339 
crtticalmae07®prodigy.iMt. IQAB 


CALLIGRAPHER/ARTIST 

When the occasion calls for that special touch. 
CERTIFICATES • WEDDING INVITATIONS 
ENVELOPES • POEMS • CUSTOM DESIGN 


PAPtk M(X)N 


Rough & Finish 

(StructuTM A 0®fi®r®l 

New Buildinss & Remodel 
Building Meintenence 
Doors, Windows, Trim, ^neling. 
Cabinets, Stairs, Siding, Roofing, 
Flooring, Fences, Decics, Porches, 
Gazebos & Handymen Service. 
Office •S 1 .A 8 A.S 01 D 
CL#854378 


COLLLCIlPirS 

Steve Travaille 

831-620-6338 

- and Leave a Message - 


Do you have a second home on the 
Monterey Peninsula? 

Would you like to have the peace of mind; 
knowing that a trusted person is keeping an 
eye on your property while you are away? 

• Home security checks 
• Cleaning • Maintenance 
Call today for the peace of mind you deserve. 

Caretaker for the Monterey Peninsula for 12 years 


HIRE YOUR OWN CARPENTER 

Andy Christiartsen, $50 per hour. 30 years experi 
ence. (831) 375-6206. TF 


CAStellanosbaybuildcrs. cow 


MULLEN CONSTRUCTION 
& DESIGN 

Carmel local for 30 years. 
Excellent References & 

Highly Recommended 
Home Renovations, Additions, Garages 
Kitchen & Bath Remodel 
Custom Tile Work & Design 
Window & Door Replacement 
Hardwood Floors Decks Fences 
Fine Finish Carpentry Work Uc. # 751744 

(831) 917-7536 


ELLEN OSTERKAMP APPRAISALS 

Accredited Appraiser Specializing in Fine Arts 
(831) 917-5008. 

wvAV.ellenoGterfcamp.com TF 


I FACIALS/MASSAGE 


CARMEN’S APPUANCE 

Repair • Sales * Installation. Serving Carmel 
Pebble Beach & surrounding areas. 

(831) 236-1869. TF 


(831) 624-7391 


Qregory Clay 
Michael Clay 


.41:81^ 




ORIGINAL ART WORK OF YOUR DOG/CAT 


J. CHiirlc C^nstrikrti^ 

pW Cmslructim 6etvlc«s 

* i^uality W/iwlcmanship at rcas<mabla prices 

• RerWatianyR^steratiOT. CetnedeL 

r<lew Censtruetkm 

^ * Attention io Increased Ljieiyy Lfficiency 

& Reduced Lnvirenmental Impact 

J<7hn Oafk 831656C750 

dj'eneral Caniractor #624/25 
25 Years on the Monterey Peninsula 
Certified Careen Eniilding Professional - hlAE.1 


» FENCES AND PECKS 


Decks, Redwood, Trex^ >. 
Power Washing, Sealing] 
Remodels & Home Impi^ 

Call Jimmy (831) 

Lie. #830762_^ 


Computer conauKaiX wW come to your home tor tutor¬ 
ing, sofcware instMlalion, trouble shooting, DSL wire- 
' les s netwoffc aseistanoe, and use of oompuier for 
imill' home managetnent and pweonad aftaUre. 
up. a BaMeBct. t/ttA, Major Miftd ■ 

yajpgr ben^lctc@8bcglobaJ.net 

■MU. (831) 757-2598 X 


I COSMETICS 


I FIREPLACES 


U jjif - **Wake up 
i H ' Yvith Makeup^ 

n” Customized Permanent Makeup: 

Eye Liner, Eyelash Enhancements, Eyebrows, 
Lip Liner, Lip Shaper™, Full Lip Color, 
Color Corrections, Eyelash Extensions 

Free Consultation (831) 917-7026 

Located: Mane Attraction Salon in Carmel 


'If your fireplace smokes, It won t when I leaver 

I do extensive repairs on masonry fireplaces only. 
BAD DAMPERS, SMOKERS, FIREWAliS, 
CHIMNEYS. CROWNS.. JINY AND AU 

No zero clearance • Not a sweep 
Rumford fireplaces - New 8 retrofit 


FREE BABYSITTING 

OCTOBER 29™! 

TIME: 5pm to 8pm (local hotel) 

Pre-register at 

www.VIPbabysitting.com 

QiiZI 800/838.2787 


niKOMIIVE nUNTlMI/IMIX FIMSIKS 

Specializing in wail gazing, antiquing, stencHing, 
gold leafing, hand paintkig, colofed plaster. 

PersotuHidde^bem^atstmJm^ 

L Katherine Moore (m) 573-5186^ 


OAK RRE WOOD 

Quality, well split dry oak, delivered 
(831) 601-9728 


ALL CONCRETE AND BRICKWORK 

Stone pavers, retaining walls, and tile. 
(650) 363-6544. 


10/27 


I ELECTRICAL 


R.G. BUILDERS 

Located in Carmel, we work exclusively in the 
Monterey Bay area. From custom built homes, to 
home additions and renovations to bath & kitchen 
remodels. We also provide door & window instal¬ 
lation, tile, and hardwood floor installation and 
exterior deck. We do it all. There is no job too 
small. We are a fully licensed, bonded & insured 
company. Lie. #6803407. 

Call Roger (831) 641 -0553 TF 


ELECTRICIAN 

Residential and Commercial Wiring. Visa/Amex 
License # 339498 (831) 375-0852 Tl 


» ERRANDS SERVICES 


CARMEL BASEBALL 

Nathan Trosky Dennis Marshall 

Home of Trosky Baseball School 

on 6th, S.W. of Dolores (831) 624-3070 
Carmel, CA 93921 cannbase@sbcglobal.net 


Patty Yates Errand Service 

Travel Arrangements, pet & plant care while you are gone, 
routine check ups on your house, meal delivery, grocery 
shopping, picking up prescriptions, bill paying, checking in 
on elderly, personal shopping, and assistance with mailings 
Plus much more! 

831-601-7537 or 831-384-6831 


T nRRA UNDSCAPIN6 5 PAVING INC. 

Make your home look like o million dollorsl JfcP 

Removable Poverv Driveway*, Path*, Potio* ^ 
ReMrfadng, Seal Coot, Droinoge, A*phall Repair ‘ / 

Diviiion of PoveNSeol Lie # S77233 

TIRRALANDNRAVINOOAOLCOM 

($31)601-9661 (331)38A5555 


FIX AfY BUNDS AND 
SHADES BY REGGIE 

R Repair all blinds and shades 

(831) 393-9709 


Service Directory Deadline: 

TUESDAY 4:30 PM 

Call (831) 624-0162 • Email: vanessa@carmelpinecone.com 

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» GAROEN, LANDSCAPE & NDDDATION » HOUSE CLEAMNG 


» LAHPSgPt SUPPUiS/HGIWOOD 


Service 

Directory 

continued from 
page 23A 


» FITHESS _ 

STUDIO ONE ON ONE 

A PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIO 

Ken Green - Owner/Personal Trainer 

(831) 393-1230 • (831) 625-1173 p^fax 

730 "A" Redwood Avenue, Send City 
etgkggOaol.com 


Free Weightless Clinic 

For children 14 & under 

(831)224-2538 


I GARDEN DESIGN _ 

INSTANT GARDENS 

Uplifting your patios and surroundings 
with structure and color. 

Landscape contractor tt 87455H 

Cinnel/Carmel Valley 

Joan Artz (83t) 236-6163 

I GARDEN, LANDSCAPE & IRRIGATION 

PENINSULA GARDENER SERVICE 

• Mows Edge • Trimming • Lot Clearing • Pruning 

• Maintenance • Clean-ups • Minor Tree Work • 

Sprinklers • Drip Irrigation. Commercial • 
Residential. Senior discounts. (831) 277-0699. 
PeninsulaService@yahoo.com TF 

GILBERTO MATIAS GARDENING 

15 years experience. I trim trees, plant lawns, lay 
mulch, gardens, and haul away anything. 
Maintenance. Excellent references. 

Call (831) 583-9137 or (831) 601 -5734 10/27 

CARMEL GARDEN & IRRIGATION 

Lawn Systems, Low Voltage Lighting 
SPECIALIZING IN DRIP IRRIGATION 
Water Conservation & Beautification 
Free estimates. License #794663 

(831) 601-4208 or (831) 678-4822 

AfatotMMa««, ClcMi Up«, M«Uol9 R4. 

ItoMlUiC, SprlolUcr tyMcai MotIm, CA 9M3J 

l —fn at to o/Repotr, Frao* Work Give Us a Coll (i 
*nrB DO HOURB CUANINO TOO” (ajll SSl-MM 

FLORB 8 aARDBHnro 

Complete maintenance gardening, cleanup.s & 
hauling. Land.scaning. Excellent Local References. 
Reasonable rates. Ilonesl & Reliable. 

No job too small! 

r (831)521-6968 

License » 6444 or leave message at (831 ) 393-2893 


GARCIA’S GARDENING 

^ Landscaping, trimming, job cleanups, mainte- 
^1 nance, tree service & hauling. Commercial & 
Residential. Over 5 years exp. Free estimates. 
Senior dbcounts. 

Pj|t(831) 595-6245 /hmk (831) 394-7329 

rj^GTANDSCAPING 1 

I A Complete Landscaping Ser\’ice I 

* Garden Design & Irrigation. Fences. Decks. * 

* Low Voltage Lighting. Sump-Pumps. Drainage. * 

I Patios. Paths. Pavers New Installation or Repair I 

* Weekly and Bi-Weekly Maintenance * 

^ocal Refs/Senior Discounts _ (821 ] 





)i LET IT GROW 

i YARD-SCAPING 

1 (831) 393-1980 or 383-2273 

1 We love what we do and so will you! 
i Jim Clark <6 Donna Weil 


Montagne Landscape^ 

Design, Construction A Fine Maintenance 
Intelligont Gardtning To SuH Your Noods 
Spocialty Ornamental Pruning 
Cottage fr Mediterranean Gardens 

(831)763.2804 

V 7 CA Lic#805047 > 


HANDYMAN SERVICES 


HANDY DANIEL CAN FIX OR BUILD 
WHAT YOU NEEDI 

Kitchens, bathrooms, brick, marble, stone tile, 
concrete, patios, decks, fences, window & door 
installation. 16 years experience. Local refer¬ 
ences. Call Daniel Garcia 
(831) 601-7020 or (831) 392-1396. TF 


JOHN’S HANDYMAN SERVICE 

Adept tradesman, electrical, plumbin 
Very reasonable rates. (831) 595-97! 


ing, carpentry. 

1799. TF 


Bruce’s Handyman Service 

# Fences, Decks, Rumbing, 
Electrical, Tile & Floors. 

Most Trades • Honest • Reliable. 
Competitive • References Available. 


CONSTRUCTION 

Remodels, Baths, Kitchen, Prat Work, 
Decks, Additions, No Job Too Small. 
Free Estimates • Senior Discount 

Cal. Lie. #422841 • Est. 1982 

Kurt (831) 233-8720 


I HAULING 


STUDENTS HAULING 

Large truck, two men. Brush, garage clean outs, 
construction debris. 17 years experience. 

Call Victor 626-1303. TF 

TRASH IT BY THE SEA 

Hauling is my calling. Yard & household debris. 
Weekly rates available.Call Michael. 624-2052. 

TF 


PENINSULA HAUUNG 
& LANDSCAPING 

Guaranteed Same Day Service 

Dirt • Concrete • Yard Clean-Up • Construction 
Debris • Demo Work Material Delivery ‘Top Soil • 
Gravel • Woodchips • Sand, etc. 

Free Est. • Reasonable Rates • On Time 

(831) 277-0699 24/7 

Servins Salinas/Monterey 

I HEALTH & FITNESS 


NEW DANCE EXERCISE CLASSES 

Stretch, tone and move your body! Tuesdays & 
Thursdays 12-1 p.m. Carmel Woman's Club. 
Taught by Gaila Cottrell. (831) 620-1447. 10/27 


HOME DESIGN 


HOME DESIGN 

DESIGN & DRAFTING SERVICE 

New homes, additions & remodels 
Fast Service, Reasonable Rates 
Free Initial Consultation 

WWW.KENTKNOLL.COM 
(831) 373-8509 


HOME REPAIR 


R & R HOME REPAIR & CONSTRUCTION INC. 

Remodels, painting, tile, fences, decks, free esti¬ 
mates. No job to small. References. No license. 
(831)375-1743 TF 


HOUSE CLEANING 


MARIA'S 

QUALITY HOUSE CLEANII^G 
• If it is Quality, Professionalisn|, 
R^iability, Honesty & Experience (that 
you seek... then call Maria I 

(^1)521-1801 (831)393'2^3 


EXPERT HOUSECL FANING 

Have your home cleaned by 
The Best in Town." Great rates! 

License #6283 

(831) 402-5434 or (831) 392-0327 


llM A louckccpcr Who Speaks Bugliili Hugoriy 
W ith Over 14 Years Eipericrael 

WmMv • Bi-9hdidhr • JEauwndty 

* R«6iU» * RimiHy • HomA * Boom 
raflpH Sm/tcing UoiUei^ fimkisukt A SaUt^ 

MBm HAPPY HOUSEKEEPING 41 
Call Paula (831) 917-7095 


CAKIUNA’S HOUSI CUANINe 

Ail a^>ec» of hmuie cleaning & lauiidrv. 
15 years experience. References available. 

jrv (831) 899-S341 
or ceU (831) 601-7989 


^rofessiorudJLouse . 
, Cleaning Services • 

^ you can trust! 

When was the last time your home 
was deep cleaned? Give me a call if 
^ou want a house that sparkles! * 

, Call Today for an estimate! 

(831)539-3292 


In Need 
of a Break? 

Let ME take care,, 
of your cleaning so 
YOU have more "'Me'' time. 

Available Weekly or Monthly 

(831) 224-2241 


I HOUSE CLEANING/ORGANIZING 





efficient S Affordable 
Sharon Monroe (fiyf) 

I HOUSE SIHER 


CARMEL HOUSE SITTING SERVICE 

Responsible, mature, couple. Will keep your resi¬ 
dence safe and sound. Pets welcome. Bonded. 
Call Peter (831) 917-7096 TF 


I INTERIOR DESIGN 


Vw^jfnteriors 


PERSONALIZED 
Interior Design 

(831) 236-3322 


To help you create a home that is 
essentially you through use of color, 
fabrics, draperies, lighting, furniture 
and layout, all at an affordable cost. 

www.freshinteriors.biz 

» LANDSCAPE DESIGN 

^ **Attention to Color & Detail” 

J Consult • Design • Build 
A Woman’s Touch/Landscape West 

.Since IWl • Lie* 

Vi’# ' 649-1835 • ceil 596-864BV 


SAUNAS LANDSCAPE 

Almond firewood ^'$225 |ier co/d 
Eucalyptus % $155 per cord 
. Pine Req/diiig - $95pet;cafd. 

;.,7;:l83i:)r76C^707Si 


» lANPSCAPINB _ 

LINKS LANDSCAPING 

General maintenance, paving, cleanups and tree 
trimming. (Ml) 236-5368. TF 


Concral* FanoM 


Paving Slona 
OumpTrudi AvaNaMa 


Ignacio Macias 


Horn* (831) 899-3409 
Call: (831( 601-3052 
Uef 6192 


Landscaping 


Ignacio Madaa 
P.aSaiTM 
Pabbta Baadi, CaWonHa 93953 


Your Landscape 

From Vision to Fruition 

Est. 1982 - Carmel 

The Tinker’s Daughter Landscaping & Design 

Lie. S 842.16.1 

(831)277-7386 

Garden Maintenance also Available 


I MASONRY CONSULTANT 

MASONRY 

CONSULTANT 

Build youR own out of biuck, 
block & STONE. Have a koME 
pROfEcr? Let me teacIi you. 

(871) 620^1 $98 

GOT A SKILL? ^ ^ 

KNOW A TRADE? ^ 1 

Advertise it in the 
Pine Cone 's Service Directorytj 

» MAHRESSES 


SALINAS MATTRESS COMPANY 

Makers of fine mattresses since 1935 
INNF.RSPRING MA1TRESSES 
LATEX MATFRESSES 
ADJUSTABLE BEDS • CUSTOM SIZES 
www.salinasmattress.com 

(831) 424-7473 


» MOVING 


J & M MOVING AND STORAGE, INC. 

We can handle all your moving and storage 
needs, local or nationwide. Located in new 
20,000 st Castroville warehouse. We specialize 
in high-value household goods. Excellent refer¬ 
ences available. CAL PUC #187400. Call Jim 
Stracuzzi at (831) 633-5903 or (831) 901-5867. 

TF 

CARDINALE MOVING & STORAGE, INC. 

Local, nationwide or overseas. Complete mov¬ 
ing, packing storage or shipping. Agents for 
United Van Lines. CAL PUC #102 808. 

Call 632-4100 or 800-995-1602. TF 


» NANNIES _ 

Professional 

Nannies Available! 



CwsMrWc ftlih ItfiiiijH.* 


VIPbabys1tting.eom 

800/838.2787 


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October 27, 2(X)6 


The Carmel Pine Cone 


25A 


Pumpkin-perfect sweet treat for your ghosts and goblins 


By CHARYN PFEUFFER 

THEIR restaurant counterparts, home chefs prefer 
fresh ingredients to anydiing canned, frozen or otherwise 
processed, but that precept usually isn’t followed when it 
comes to pumpkin and the many baked goodies containing 
the festive orange squash. Even now, when pumpkins are at 
their peak of freshness, I deem the caimed, spice-firee variety 
superior. The texture is consistently thick and, if you’ve ever 
attempted to make pies with ’from scratch’ pumpkin puree 
(cutting, roasting, scraping, mashing), you know it’s a mind- 
numbingly tedious task. 

In the spirit of Halloween and all things fall, 1 like to bake 
several batches of these tasty pumpkin bars. The ridiculously 
easy-to-make recipe hails from the Big Apple’s famous cup¬ 
cake destination. Magnolia Bakery, where, unless customers 
call ahead, they can’t purchase more than a dozen cupcakes 
per visit. 

Pumpkin Bars with Cream Cheese Icing 

Recipe reprinted with permission from “More from 
Magnolia” by Allysa Torey (Simon & Schuster) 

Bars — 

1 - 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 
1 - 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 
1 - 1/2 teaspoons ciimamon 
1 teaspoon baking soda 
1/4 teaspoon salt 
1-1/4 canned pumpkin puree 
1-1/4 cups sugar 



3/4 cup vegetable oil (preferably canola) 

3 large eggs, at room temperature 

■ Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 

■ Grease and lightly flour a 13-inch-by-9-inch baking 
pan. 

H In a small bowl, sifr together the flour, baking powder. 



ciimamon, baking soda and sah. Set aside. 

■ In a large bowl, on the medium speed of an electric 
mixer, beat together the pumpkin, sugar, oil and eggs until 
smooth, about three minutes. Add the dry ingredients and 
mix thoroughly. Stir in the pecans. Pour the batter into a pre¬ 
pared pan. Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until a cake tester 
inserted in the center of the pan comes out clean. 

■ Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely 
before icing. 

Icing — 

8 ounces cream cheese, sofrened and cut into small pieces 

3 tablespoons unsalted butter, sofrened and cut into small 
pieces 

3/4 teaspoons vanilla extract 

2 - 1/2 cups sifred powdered sugar 

■ In large bowl, on the medium speed of an electric 
mixer, beat the cream cheese and butter until smooth, about 
3 minutes. Add the vanilla and beat well. Gradually add the 
sugar, 1/2 cup at a time, beating continuously until smooth 
and creamy. Cover and refrigerate icing for three to four 
hours, but no longer, to thicken before using. 

Garnish — 

1/2 cup coarsely chopped toasted pecans (to toast, place 
on a baking sheet in a 350-degree oven for 15 minutes or 
until lightly browned and aromatic.) 

■ When everything is ready, ice and garnish the pumpkin 
bars, and cut into 12 pieces. 


Service Directory 



I ORGANIZATION 


OVERWHEUMED BY TOO MUCH STUFF? 

Let me help you unclutter and organize quickly 
and easily, kindly tailored to your specific needs. 
Home, office, garage, business, life transition, 
storage, awkward space solutions. Long time 
local. Professional & affordable. Bonny McGown 
(831) 625-6968 

bonnyvIctoriaQcomcastnet TF 

MOVING? STAYING? GET ORGANIZEDI 

On a one-time basis, or, with systems designed 
for you. We often doni realize that clutter holds 
us back from moving on with our lives, that it's 
like a heavy weight on our backs. I can make 
your life easier and free up your time. I also do 
estate and yard sales, tax-deductible donations 
and filing for you. And I work Fast! References 
and low hourly rate. 

Call me - Susan (831) 659-1015 TF 


I PAINTING & RESTORATION 


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GOT A SKILL? 

KNOW A TRADE? 

Advertise it in the 
Pine Cone’s Service Directory for 
as little as $16.00 per week*! 

‘$2.29 per day, up to 20 words, 1 week contract 

Call Vanessa or Alex at 274-8652 
fv or FAX 624-0164 
or 375-5018 

“Se Habla Espahol” 

Service Directory Deadline; 
Tuesday 4:30PM 



NOTICE TO READERS: California law requires that con¬ 
tractors taking jobs that total $500 or more (labor or materials) 
be licensed by the Contractors State License Board State law 
also requires that contractors include their license number on 
all advertising. You can check the status of your licensed con¬ 
tractor at WWW csib ca.gov or 800-321-CSLB. Unlicensed con¬ 
tractors taking jobs that total less than $500 must state In their 
advertisements that they are not licensed by the Contractors 
State License Board The PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 
requires household movers to include their PUC license num¬ 
ber In their ads. Contact the PUC at (800) 877-8867 


I PAINTING - COMIIIERCliUA^ESIDEimAL I PET SITTING SERVICE 


I TREE SERVICE 


WILL BULLOCK 

Interior and exterior painting and restoring. 
Residential specialist on F*eninsula since 1974. 
Always quality preparation yet economical. Fine 
finishes, color consulting, faux, local references. 
Lic.#436767 insured. 

(831) 625-3307 or cell (831) 277-8952. TF 

BRENT BAYSINGER PAINTER 

Interior-Exterior. Old fashioned quality Free esti¬ 
mates. Excellent Carmel, Pebble ^ach and 
Carmel Valley references. Lie. #663828. Insured. 

625-0679. TF 

JIMMY DOMINGO PAINTING 

Interior/Exterior, quality, efficiency, dependability, 
competitive rates, free estimates, excellent refer¬ 
ences. Lie. #604568 insured. 394-0632. TF 


PET SERVICES by Janet Lenihan 


il 


DOGS: Exercise & Play 
CATS: Feeding & TLC 
Hourly rates 
Please call: 831.644.9949 



AJ’S QUALITY PAINTING 

Quality Work at an Affordable Rate 

•Detailed 



COMPLETE nTEUOl b EXTEUOIPAIHTDIG 

lesidcadal Sacdalist 

A firm commitment to nonor, integrity & 
respect to people and their property. 
Insured and Bonded. Lie. # 700380 


John Reed (831) 901-8736 


DAVID WOODBURY 
PAINTING ^ 

^ ' ResfdentW & Commerciai 

: ■ ' " Lie. #848300 

V ^ OAVWWOCfDBURY, Owner 
( 831 ) S 834 M 46 840 Portoia Or. 

( 831 ) 277-3810 Oal Rey Oaka, CA 93040 




LOBOS 

BUILDERS 


PAINTING. DESIGN & BUILDING 
STUART BR.ATHOLT Contrac tor #780870 

831.601.8262 MiKEARTCat omcast.net 


skAne 

(“SAY SKOH-NAH!”) 

PAINTING COMPANY 


Local since 1992 

INTIRIOR 
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Traditionai 

( RAI ISMANSIIII’ 

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mOMAS DROWN 

(831) 626-6954 

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IN YOUR HOME PET SITTERS 

Gwenn & Rosemary 

30 yrs. experiencce. , 

Also pets with special needs. 

References available upon request. 

Gwenn - ceil (831) 920-7331 
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The Cormel Pine Cone October 27, 2006 



Monterey Museum of Art's La Mirada, 720 Via Mirada, pre¬ 
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MoaHorey Mu$oum of Art. This exhibition looks at some of the 
treasures that represent strong sections of the Museum's collec¬ 
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eth century photographs. Through February 25, 2007. (831) 
372-5477. 

DANCERCISE CLASSES - Mon., Wed., Fri. 8:45-9:45 a m. 
Fun eclectic exercise & jazz dance movement to upbeat music. 
Tone up and trim inches off your figurel Class held at the Carmel 
Performing Arts Academy, corner of Mission and 8th, across from 
Knapps Hardware. Mary Jane Taylor (831) 625-1697. Evning 
Classes and ballroom, dancerdse evenings at the American 
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free. Fun games, crafts, activities, food, live entertainment, Angels 
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Some things old, some things new, some things special just for 
youl AFRPS TREASURE TROVE SALE in Pacific Grove. Saturday, 
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Friday, Nov. 3, 4-7 p.m. at 154 17th St. All proceeds benefit 
AFRP. (831) 333-0722 or www.animalfriendsrescue.org. 

THREE PATHS TO ENUGHTENMENT with Mark Thurston, 
Ph.D., and Mary Lynch, J.D., explores ancient spiritual pathways 
addressed in Edgar Cayce's readings. November 3-5, 2006, 
Asilomar Conference Grounds. Call Bonnie at (707) 545-2716 
to register, www.caycegoldengate.com/events 

MONTEREY WINE COUNTRY’S lOTH ANNUAL GREAT 
WINE ESCAPE WEEKEND — Highlights of the weekend include 
a Vintners' Reserve Reception at the Monterey Plaza Hptel & 
Spa, wine and food integration seminars, open houses at the 
wineries, guided wine country tours, winemaker dinners, a silent 
auction and the Grand Finale at Pebble Beach. (831) 37S9400 

THE APTOS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Proudly presents 
Russiarvborn pianist Halida Dirrova Friday, Nov. 3, at All Saints 
Episcopal Church, 9th & Dolores, Carmel. Tickets: $25 Adults/ 
$10 Students. Available at Bookmark (Pacific Grove), Bay Books 
(Monterey) www.ticketguys.com,www.distinguishedartists.org, 
www.halidadinova.com, (831) 656-9507 

CARMEL PUBUC UBRARY FOUNDATION prMwite 'Writing 
for Periodicals,* featuring local writers Brad Herzog, Colette 
O'Connor, and Alex Vardamis. Sunday, Nov. 5, 4 p.m. at 
Harrison Memorial Library, Ocean and Lincoln. Doors open 
3:30 p.m. Free tickets may be picked up at Harrison Library dur¬ 
ing normal library hours. CPLF (831) 624-2811. 

KELLER WILLIAMS presents a seminar to discuss optiorw avail¬ 
able for owners of highly appreciated investment property Nov. 
8, 6-8 p.m. at 26200 Carmel Rancho Blvd., Carmel. Bob 
Zamecki, President of Lighthouse Capital Corporation in 
Monterey, will be the speaker at the seminar. RSVP: Kathleen 
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week. Yet touring acts have become the exception. 

This weekend. The John Harris Tribute Concert, which 
appeared under the title, “Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow,” at 
Monterey’s Golden State Theatre last April, makes a return 
engagement at Monterey Live. The concert features a multi- 
media performance art presentation including music, stories 
and film clips taken during Harris’ career with Nat “King” 
Cole, Johnny Mathis, Ann-Margaret, Teri Garr and Jim 
Morrison with nods to Elvis, The Beatles and the Rolling 
Stones. Arranger/conductor/pianist Stephen Tosh, will pro¬ 
vide the musical accompaniment with his trio. 

During the ’60s Harris was a backup vocalist for Cole, 
Mathis and Ann-Margaret during their various tours and Las 
Vegas stints. A filmmaker as well, Harris was a neighbor to 
Garr and Morrison. In 1969, Morrison and his wife, Pamela, 
were building an art gallery in Beverly Hills, “Themis,” for 
which Harris made films. These films and others are the 
backdrops to “The John Harris Tribute Concert,” with music 
from the ’50s, to scorching tributes to The Doors, Beatles and 
The Rolling Stones. Tickets and additional information are 
available at www.montereylive.com. Tickets can also be pur¬ 
chased by phone at (877) 548-3237. 

At Sly McFly’s on Cannery Row, Santa Cruz Brazilian 
dance band SambaDii performs Saturday, Oct. 28. Formed in 
1997 by native Brazilian Papiba Godinho, SambaDa is an 
explosive musical group out of Santa Cruz that plays a 
unique mixture of Brazilian samba and frinky Latin dance 
grooves. From the blissful rhythms of samba, to hip-hop riffs, 
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GALLERIES 

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art show. 

^This is our major fundraiser of the year,** explained Joan 
McCleary, office manager of the nonprofit art center. **The 
event typically raises $8,000 to $10,000 a year. In order to 
continue offering art exhibits to the public at no charge, 
to provide art classes and artist studios at reduced rates, we 
ne^ public support. 

Each year, the art center’s Gill Gallery is filled with orig¬ 
inal wcmIcs of art composed in a dizzying variety of media, 
including oils, acrylics, sculpture, needlework, hand-painted 
silk and collages. Tickets — $50 for art center member s and 
$60 for non-members —^ are sold in numbers equal to the 
number of pieces of art donated to die fundraising exhibit. 
The fust ticket to be drawn allows the ticket holder to choose 
one piece from all the works in the gallery. The next ticket 
holder will choose from the remaining pieces, and so on. 
Tickets will be available at die Oct. 27 reception, and die 
drawing will be held Sunday, Dec. 10, at 2 p.m. For more 
information, call (831) 375-2208. 

■ ^Lensless* photo exhibit debuts at art center 

Students from a Monterey Peninsula College course, 
“Lensless Photography,” present die opening of an exhibit of 
their work at die P.G. Art Center Friday, Oct. 27. The course, 
which is taught by instructor Mardia Casanave, offers stu¬ 


dents an opportunity to make their own “pinhole” cameras. 

“One of the most basic cameras was mjule with an Altoids 
tin,” McCleary said. “The photographs in the show are really 
amazing. There’s a tremen^us variety of work in diis show.” 

Also opening Oct. 27 are exhibits by two local artists, 
Gabriele Hahn and Terrence B. Zito. 

Hahn, who operates the Hahn Estates winery with her 
husband, Nicolas, offers a selection of oils inspired by her 
experiences in Africa. 

“Gabriele and her husband own a raiKh in Kenya,” 
McCleary explained. “They spend several months there each 
year. Her oils capture the dignity and the joy of the tribal peo¬ 
ple living there.” 

Proceeds from the sale of Hahn’s paintings support a 
school the couple founded on their ranch attended by more 


than 150 local children. 

Zito, a longtime Pacific Grove watercolorist, presents an 
exhibit of recent oil paintings. 

“A recent trip to Provence [in France] inspired him to 
return to oils,” McCleary said. “His work is very impression¬ 
istic.” 

All three exhibits will continue through Dec. 10. For more 
information, call (831) 375-2208. 


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ment "is far broader and vaguer than most “more closely reflect what our ordinances 
people realize,” and dierefore “has been the say, and the ordinances need to reflect what 
soiKce of a lot of confusion, not only among the council has done.” 

He said he would prefer high standards to 
preserve the most noteworthy properties, 
such as the first of a type built and the best 
example of a particular architectural style. 

Councilman Erik Bediel agreed and said 
the same measures should determine 
whether a building is a Mills Act candidate. 

“Make them the same,” he said. “You 
can’t have one standard for historicity for 
Carmel and another for the Mills Act.” 

Cunningham said they should be close, 
but not identical. 

Since Mills Act contracts mean a reduc¬ 
tion in property taxes, some jurisdictions 
limit the number that can be approved, and 
Cunningham suggested making diem avail¬ 
able only to those who face economic hard¬ 
ship as a result of historic designation. 

“It’s never going to be completely fair, no 


on the wrong track with the way it was done 
originally.” 

Only a few members of the public com¬ 
mented. 

John Kerby Miller, who owns an historic 
home and wants it included on state and 
national registers, told the council, “I hope 
you can come up with something that helps 
people keep our town as historic as it can be. 
I hope people have the spirit this is a special 
town, and ^e old buildings help make it that 
way.” 

Changing the ordinance would require 
review by the historic resources board, the 
planning commission, the city council and 
die California Coastal Commission, accord¬ 
ing to Roseth. In the meantime, he said, “You 
have to use what you have.” 

Roseth said he would meet with city 
administrator Rich Guillen, who was on 
vacation and missed the Oct. 24 meeting, to 
determine the best course of action, and then 
return to the council for further direction. 


Either the council could redo the ordi¬ 
nance and then update the context statement 
accordiagl^, or vice versa. 


IRONDOGS 

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“We'call diem Houdinis, because they’ll 
get out of pretty much everydiing,” said 
Hanzelka, who had to Ellie-proof his house 
in Carmel Valley Village before he brought 
her home. 

Their fust year togedier has been strictly 
regiiimiied, widi constant training diat taps 
into die piq)^ love of play. Searching is the 
game,'fHlid pl^^g is the reward. The search 
dogs levin to avoid distracting smells and 
sounds^, and they bark and wag dieir tails 
when t^ 'make’a discovery. 

■ “We have to be able to read our dogs,” 
Hanzelka said. “That’s why we train so hard, 
so we’ll know if and when diey alert. They 
say to trust'your animal.” 

It takes eight to nine mondis of work to 
pass the FEMA certification tests, according 
to Hanzelka, and die SDF’s Irondog Canine 
Search Team Disaster Training & Skill 
Competition earlier this month helped the 
teams understand what will be expected of 
them. 

Held in Irwindale at the Santa Fe Dam 
Recreation Area, the event tested the abilities 
of 60 certified dog-handler teams that 
encountered darkness, rubble piles, victims 
at significant depths and in subterranean tun¬ 
nels, rappelling and unusual distractions. 
Dogs and handlers in training were allowed 
to shadow the pros. 

And on Oct. 8, all competed. Dogs and 
handlers assigned to teams did drills show¬ 
ing how well they controlled their dogs and 
how well the dogs responded, including a 
timed obstacle course, a relay wd com¬ 
mands given at a distance. 

The six newly trained pairs from 
Monterey all did well, Hanzelka reported. 

“We all finished higher than expected,” he 
said, “and we are looking forward to testing 
soon.” 


takes a lot to learn how to be a handler and 
learn how these dogs react,” Hanzelka said. 
“Then you go throug^i the Ixinding stage.” 

But die lesstms never end, and firefight¬ 
ers live widi, feed and care for their search 
dogs full time. Han»Ika said the animals 
tend to be eneigetic, tenacious, rambunc¬ 
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completed their job, and diey know how to 
climb ladders, get in and out of tight spaces, 
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October 27, 2006 




BATES 


CEQA strikes again 



Proponents of incorporating Carmel Valley reacted with anger when 
they learned they’ll have to dig into their pockets for an EIR before they can take 
their dreams of having their own city before the voters. But they directed their 
outrage at the wrong people. 

The Local Agency Formation Conunission that voted for the EIR isn’t the 
problem. Its members aren’t corrupt or stupid or trying to prevent the incorpo¬ 
ration from taking place. They’re just following a state law — a cumbersome, 
burdensome, ridiculous law which has been converted from its original, 
admirable purpose (protecting the environment) into a bludgeon which is main¬ 
ly used to inflict delay, expense and emotional distress on people who have the 
gall to try to build something. 

In this case, the pain caused by the California Environmental Quality Act is 
being inflicted not on people who want to build something, but on people who 
want to make sure as little as possible is built in Carmel Valley. They want their 
own mayor and city council, among other reasons, so they can start requiring 
more EIRs in the valley. (The phrase, “hoisted by your own petard,” invariably 
springs to mind.) 

But to get there, they need the approval of a duly designated government 
agency, LAFCO. And that agency cannot allow any new city, school district or 
water utility to be created without assessing its possible environmental impacts. 
If these impacts could be considered “significant,” an EIR is required. And, as 
many people have painfully become aware over the last 30 years, the bar for 
determining “significance” is awfully low. 

Furthermore, once it is decided an EIR is appropriate, the bar for determin¬ 
ing what should be in it is also very low. Yet the standards are very high for how 
thorough an EIR must be. That’s why they can run thousands of pages and cost 
hundreds of thousands of dollars. 

Even the greenest local activist knows how to exploit this situation. To thwart 
or discourage a developer, first demand that whatever he’s up to be the subject 
of an EIR. Then, demand that the EIR look at every subject under the sun, with 
as many supporting studies as possible. 

After it has been written, no matter how thorough it is, denounce it as inade¬ 
quate, submit as many criticisms as you can think of, and protest that the EIR 
must be rewritten. Once it has been finalized, file a lawsuit claiming it is insuf¬ 
ficient. If you win on even the smallest point, ask for hundreds of thousands in 
legal fees. 

Even better, if you play your cards right, the legal wrangling will go on so 
long that, when the courts have at last deigned to allow the project to proceed to 
a final permit hearing, you can go back to the agency that required the EIR and 
ask them to require a new one, because the original one is out of date. Etc., etc., 
etc. 

That’s the way the CEQA game is played. It shouldn’t be. But it is. 

We support the right of the people of Carmel Valley to incorporate if they 
want to. They should not have to prepare an EIR or pay alimony to Monterey 
County to fulfill their right to self-determination. 

Unfortunately, state law does not agree. The proponents should turn to 
Sacramento for CEQA relief The state Legislature created the CEQA mess, and 
they can fix it anytime they want to. 



not Stinker Toys ... THINKER TOYS ... THINKER TOYSJ 


off course by sentimentality. What’s right is 
right. 

Gerard Rose, city council member, 
Carmel-by-the-Sea 


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Right is right 

Dear Editor, 

I couldn’t help but shake my head when 1 
read the Oct. 3 letters to the editor which 
excoriated a majority of the Carmel City 
Council for its vote on the Homescapes 
Building. Barbara Livingston’s vitriolic (and 
personal) attacks were to be expected, and 
only served to underscore the desperation of 
a dwindling number of naysayers whose 
views have been consistently rejected by our 
voters in recent years, but Olof Dahlstrand’s 
recriminations were different. It’s sad to see 
negative comments coming from a Carmel 
true legend who would substitute his subjec¬ 
tive judgment for the rule of law — which he 
characterizes as mere “small print.” 
Thankfully, our City Council was not thrown 


Hiring a mayor 

Dear Editor, 

At a recent candidates forum, mayoral 
candidate Susan Goldbeck presented an 
analogy of hiring an employee to help people 
decide who to vote for. Aside from having a 
record, commitment, performance, and a 
vision, these important questions entered my 
mind. “How well will diis individual woik 
with my employees?” “Will my employees 
want to woric with this individual?” The 
answers would impact my customers. 

What she did not address were the per¬ 
sonal traits of integrity, trust, ethics, profes¬ 
sionalism, consistency, loyalty and thd abili¬ 
ty to build consensus, all necessary to being 
a successful employee. Hiring an employee 
requires you to look beyond the individual in 
front of you and their record. A good 
employer would want to know how and what 
types of actions were taken to achieve such a 
record. 

Dan Cort has all the traits we look for in 
an outstanding employee. He is an extraordi¬ 
nary individual, a gentleman, and his impec¬ 
cable record speaks for itself. 

Since becoming Mayor of Pacific Grove, 
his ability to deal widi our City’s problems, 
conflicts, and adversarial relationship(s) has 
truly demonstrated that he works well with 
people, and people want to work with him. 

See LETTERS next page 


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Octobef 27, 2006 


The Carmel Pine Cof>e 


Carmel Plaza party raises $51K for Peninsula youth charities 


MORE THAN 400 people attended 
Carmel Plaza’s grand reopening party 
Saturd^, raising $51,000 for die Carmel 
Youth Center and the Boys St Girls Club of 
Monterey County, Both nonprofits sold all 
their tickets to die S200-per-per8on affair, 
wrhich was held at the newly remodeled 
Plaza and included drinks, hors d’oeuvres 
and live Cirque de Soleil-style perfor¬ 
mances. 

According to the Plaza’s public relations 


LETTERS 

Fnm previous 


for vision, there is no odier choice. 

Dan Cort fw Mayor. 

Carmelita Garcia, 
Pacific Grove 

*A great success * 

Dear Editor,- 

On behalf of the Yellow Brick Road 
Benefit Shop’s volunteers, staff and gener¬ 
ous donors. I am writing to thank you for 
Chris Counts’ article about our Nov. 21 Art 
Show. We were delighted by die story’s front 
page placement, and dirilled by its inclusion 
of Salvador Dali’s art in color. 

Due to your story, the show was a great 
success. Buyers waited in line on Saturday, 
most of the pieces were sold, and we antici¬ 
pate selling die remainder this week. - 

Furthermore, everyone raved about 
Chris’ article. Enthusiastic Yellow Brick 
Road supportere mailed copies nationwide 
— to Flmida, I^eimsylvania, Texas, Arizona, 
and of course diroughout California — east 
to west. 

It is rare diat Yellow Brick Road receives 
donations the likes of a series of Dali and 


firm, the “recent renovation enhances its 
European-style village appeal, complete 
with luxury retailers and personalized ser¬ 
vices, making it a top-rated destination 
among the Monterey Peninsula’s seven mil¬ 
lion visitors a year.” 

The remodel, which included updating 
decades-old buildings, removing a fountain 
and outdoor escalators, (^lening up die view 
into the courtyard from Ocean Avenue, and 
revamping die Ocean Avenue storefronts, 

Boulanger lithographs. We are immeasurably 
grateful to this particular donor. Thanks to 
The Carmel Pine Cone’s continuing, 
dioughtful coverage and other suf^xMters 
and generous donors, our mission of giving 
to the community of Monterey County is 
made diat much mme far-reaching. 

Beveriey Ambort, Carmel 


BIRTHDAY 

From page IA 

people who prefer to drive in it should check 
in ahead of time to obtain a place. Parade 
participants will enjoy free ice cream after¬ 
ward, just to make the experience that much 
sweeter. 

Following at noon, die birthday celebra¬ 
tion will continue in front of Sunset Center, 
where barbecued chicken and hot-dog lunch¬ 
es will be served. Tickets, which run $12 for 
die chicken and $5 for hot dogs, are available 
in advance at Nielsen Bros. Market at San 
Carlos and Seventh, and in city hall on 
Monte Verde Street between Ocean and 
Seventh avenues. 

For more information, call (831) 620- 
2(X)0 or e-mail clopez@ci.carmel.ca.us or 
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took more than a year to complete. . 

The event also celebrated the arrival of 
new key retailers Wilkes Bashford and 
Anthrx^logie, as well as J. Crew-by-the-Sea 
and Louis Vuitton. AnchOT tenant Tiffruiy A 



Co. opened in the comer spot at Ocean and 
Mission in June 2005, and other businesses 
moving into the center indicate the Macerich 
Company’s desire to attract upscale shoppers 
to the Plaza. 


With the assistance of A/Noyor 
Sue AAcCloud, AAacerich Senior 
Vice President of Leasing Randy 
Brandt cuts the ribbon on the 
remodeled Carmel Plaza 
Saturday. A fundraiser for local 
youth programs helped launch 
a new, more upscale image for 
the shopping center, which has 
acquired numerous new stores. 
Macerich has owned Carmel 
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Junipero Avenue — $872,500 

Thelma Fiester Trust to 

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Santa Fe Street. NW comer of 8th 
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Elizabeth Lorzenzi to 
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CatoMivd'Street 2 ^ ol Carmel n^$2,9J0,OOO 


San Carfos Street, 2 8E of Alta Avenue 
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Richard & Jacqueline Garza and Albert & Arminda 
Grosnick to Elizabeth Lorzenzi 
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Casanova Street, 2 SE of 10th — 
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Richard Sagin to FAEC Holdings 386638 LLC 
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Today’s illustration, pinpointing the 
ambilalent nature of Carmel demon¬ 
strates it. Many artists, writers and even 
musicians have tried to capture the 
essence of this one-of-a-kind place, but 
few have caught it as well as BATES. 
You’d think he was bom here. Not so. He 
came from Tyler, Texas, spent some 
years in the Air Force, was a cartoonist 
on a major San Francisco daily, did 
tongue-in-cheek portraits of classic 
comedians and great golfers. He lived in 
the South Seas for a time and produced 
memorable watercolors, etchings and 
lithographs of the Fiji Islanders. 
Forsaking his (iauguin period, he came 
back to Carmel and spent much of the 
60’s kidding Carmel. In the 80’s, he 
sailed as a Cruise Director for Royal 
Viking Lines, where he produced over 
three thousand drawings from around 
the world. You may know him best for 
the mural on the wall of Nielsen’s 
Market, a perceptive (and funny) map of 
Carmel done with Carol Minou, which is 
a guide to tourists and locals alike. BILL 
BATES currently maintains a studio in 
San Francisco, spends his summers in 
Woodside, and says. “I left my heart in 
Carmel.” You’ll see more of him here. 

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Monterey Peninsula real estate markets in major downturn 


I Third quarter report 

Home sales on the Monterey 


House Tolk 

By Paul & Nellie Brocchini and Mark Ryan 


Peninsula suffered a naajor slowdown in die 
third quarter. The 10-year bull market in 
local real estate has defuiitely come to an 
end. 

No one should be surprised. We live in a 
world of free markets, which do not run in 
one direction. People keep asking us what 
has caused the slowdown. Was it higher 
interest rates? A constant stream of news sto¬ 
ries that the housing **bubble” would soon 
“burst?” Asking prices duit were too high? 

The answer is all of these and more. The 
“more” is the upward market simply ran out 
of gas — and not just here. Real estate is 
down all over die country. On a recent trip to 
San Diego, we read some sellers were resort¬ 
ing to auctions and offering major incentives 
to get ridaf their properties. Fortunately, we 
are not at that point. But the year-to-year 
decline in the Peninsula real estate market is 
impressive. 


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The total sales volume mmibers ted the 
tale. In the third quarter of 2005, the 10 
Peninsula, markets grossed $519,318,000. 
This year that figure declined 41 percent to 
$306,059,000. That is 211 million fewer dol¬ 
lars changing hands than last year — real 


money even in Pebble Beach and Carmel! 

The hi^-and low-vahie markets were 
battered; Carmel, $133,700,000 in sales in 
the third quarter last year, versus 
$84,579,000 this year, off 37 percent; Pebble 
Beach, $62,755,000 versus $46,983,000, off 


Distribution of Sales — 

3rd quarter 2006 





npto 

$700- 

$800- 

$1M- 

$lJM- 

$1.7M- 

$2M 


$699 

$799 

$899 

$1,299 

$1,699 

$1,999 

and up 

Caimd 

1 

1 

6 

10 

13 

8 

11 

Carmel Valley 

0 

0 

5 

7 

5 

1 

2 

Del Rey Oaks 

0 

1 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Marina 

21 

5 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Monterey 

4 

6 

7 

9 

2 

0 

0 

Pacific Grove 

4 

5 

13 

4 

4 

1 

0 

Pebble Beach 

0 

0 

0 

0 

3 

3 

9 

Salinas Highway 

4 

5 

7 

9 

6 

2 

3 

Seaside 

23 

7 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

South Coast 

0 

0 

0 

1 

1 

0 

2 

Total 

57 

30 

40 

40 

34 

15 

27 


Number of real 

estate sales (by quarter) 






2005 

2005 

2005 

2005 

2006 

2006 

2006 


(Ql) 

(Q2) 

(Q3) 

(Q4) 

(Ql) 

(Q2) 

(Q3) 

Carmel 

64 

'57 

69 

30 

39 

42 

50 

Carmel Valley 

30 

45 

42 

24 

23 

23 

20 

DelRey Oaks 

8 

6 

11 

2 

2 

4 

2 

Marina 

27 

38 

43 

24 

21 

19 

27 

Monterey 

38 

46 

39 

36 

28 

32 

28 

Pacific Grove 

29 

37 

38 

40 

26 

25 

31 

Pebble Beach 

33 

27 

26 

22 

19 

21 

15 

Salinas Hwy 

40 

67 

71 

41 

38 

32 

36 

Seaside 

51 

63 

64 

43 

31 

43 

30 

South Coast 

10 

7 

6 

6 

8 

7 

4 

Totals 

330 

393 

409 

268 

235 

248 

243 


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The Cormel Pine Cone 


25 percent this year; Carmel Valley, $58,974,000 versus $25,973,000, off 56 
percent; Marina, $30,461,000 versus $17,927,000, off 41 percent; Seaside, 
$45,877,000 versus $19,260,000, off 58 percent. 

Unit sales in the 10 markets dropped 41 percent, frc»n 409 in die third 
quarter of 2005, to 243 in the same quarter thi-s year. 

Median sales prices were all over the map — some up, some down. The 
interesting point is in spite of 


ties. The median sales prices clearly show this; Carmel, $1,550,000 last year 
and a small decline to $1,500,000 diis year, Carmel \4lley, $1,300,000 
down to $1,235,000; and Marina, $709,000 to $650,000. 


See BROCCHINI page I5RE 


the steep decline in demand, 
sellers have not caved on 
prices. Sellers who insist on 
asking prices equal to or 
higher than the numbers 
achieved last year are, for the 
most part, sitting out there 
with little chance of selling. 
Sellers who are willing to 
look at this year’s ranges and 
price their fM’operties accord¬ 
ingly significantly increase 
their prospects of finding a 
willing and able buyer. 

But some successful sell¬ 
ers are still receiving excel¬ 
lent prices for dieir proper- 


Average days ob market 



2005 (Q3) 

2006 (Q3) 

Carmel 

82 

103 

Carmel Vly 

88 

133 

D. Rey Oaks 

40 

55 

Marina 

47 

98 

Monterey 

45 

87 

P. Grove 

43 

77 

Pebble Bch 

81 

152 

Salinas Hwy 

57 

141 

Seaside 

42 

93 

South Coast 

109 

249 


Gross dollar volume 




2005 (Q3) 

2006 (Q3) 

Carmel 

133,700,000 

84,579,000 

Carmel Valley 

58,974,000 

25,973,000 

Del Rey Oaks 

8,532,000 

1,555,000 

Marina 

30,461,000 

17,927,000 

Monterey 

36,684,000 

26,544,000 

Pacific Grove 

41,335,000 

30,458,000 

Pebble Beach 

62,755,000 

46,983,000 

Salinas Highway 

80,400,000 

45,980,000 

Seaside 

45,877,000 

19360,000 

South Coast 

20,600,000 

8,800,000 

Total 

519318,000 

308,059,000 


Median sales prices (dollars) 











- 

1996 

1997 

1998 

1999 

2000 

2001 

2002 

2003 

2004 

2005 2005 (Q3) 2006 (Q3) 

Carmel 

480,000 

522,500 

567,500 

650,000 

900,000 

850,000 

910,000 

985,000 

1,295,000 

1,575,000 

1,550,000 

1,500,000 

Carmel Valley 

413,000 

488,500 

493,000 

610,000 

670,000 

762,500 

825,000 

870,000 

1,000,000 

1,162,000 

1,300,000 

1,235,000 

Del Rey Oaks 

209,000 

210,000 

230,000 

275,000 

365,000 

435,000 

457350 

515,000 

615,000 

725,000 

742,000 

777,500 

Marina 

188,750 

189,500 

199,250 

245,000 

290,000 

343,500 

369,000 

420,000 

567,500 

675,000 

709,000 

650,000 

Monterey 

282,000 

282,125 

300,000 

398,000 

489,000 

476,100 

535,000 

625,000 

700,000 

875,000 

880,000 

928,500 

Pacific Grove 

266,000 

295,000 

352,500 

398,250 

510,000 

555,000 

529,500 

595,000 

762,500 

882,500 

842,000 

895,000 

Pebble Beach 

530,000 

585,000 

750,000 

745,000 

987,250 

930,000 

1,006,250 

1,050,000 

1,300,000 

1,660,000 

1,560,000 

2,413,000 

Salinas Highwa) 

317,000 

369,500 

375,000 

430,000 

510,000 

540,000 

650,000 

730,000 

825,000 

1,002,000 

869,000 

1,000,000 

Seaside 

143,800 

145,000 

160,000 

185,000 

255,779 

317,000 

339,000 

388,500 

549,000 

660,000 

559,500 

642,000 

South Coast 

775,000 

742,500 

627,500 

770,000 

1,292,500 

1,100,000 

1,660,000 

1,175,000 

1,675,000 

2,400,000 

1,675,000 

2,275,000 


Monterey Peninsula 

Home Sales 


Market Barometer 

In escrow 


Date /hated 


Carmel 


10/1/06 22/198 

11% 

10/1/05 19/136 

14% 

Carmel Valley 

10/1/06 11/114 

10% 

10/1/05 14/79 

18% 

Del Rey Oaks 

10/1/06 3/12 

25% 

10/1/05 2/6 

33% 

Marina 


10/1/06 8/91 

9% 

10/1/05 15/38 

39% 

Monterey 


10/1/06 24/107 

22% 

10/1/05 21/55 

38% 

Pacific Grove 

10/1/06 11/80 

14% 

10/1/05 22/45 

49% 

Pebble Beach 

10/1/06 13/109 

12% 

10/1/05 15/61 

25% 

SIns/Mtry Highway 

10/1/06 12/147 

8% 

10/1/05 35/84 

42% 

Seaside 


10/1/06 22/127 

17% 

10/1/05 24/76 

32% 

South Coast 


10/1/06 3/51 

6% 

10/1/05 4/44 

9% 


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REAL ESTATE SALES 

From page 2 RE 

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94 High Meadow — $865,000 

Keith Si Eileen Crist to Jacob, Donald and Cicely Butts 
APN: 015-501-006 

140 Ford Road — $900,000 

Richard Si Elizabeth Rammel to Kenneth Griggs 
APN: 187-561-015 


13207 Corte de Chamisal — $1,617,000 

Twelfth Tee Investors LLC to William & Linda Stemler 
APN: 185-051-010/011/012 

19 Rancho San Carlos Road — 

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Lawrence Si Cynthia Lane to Robert Hicks 
APN: 239-021-006 

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156 Monterey Dunes Way — $1,700,000 

Jerrold, Richard Karen and Lola Bocci, Donald Nelson 
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Lucille Shapiro 
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Highway 68 

408 Corral de Tierra Road — $900,000 

Kirk & Hilary Pohl to Carsten Allen 
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Marina 

Del Monte Boulevard — $3,591,500 

Albertson’s LLC to ABS N oCal Lease Owner LLC 
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Monterey 

268 Soledad Drive — $659,000 

Harriet Erm to Dorothy Vazquez 
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686 Park Avenue — $740,000 

Daniel 8 Joanne, Edward 8 Lorraine, Emilio 8 Frances 
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October 27. 2006 " Carmel Ptrre.Corw Real Estate 7 RE 


POLICE LOG 

Firom pi^ 4A 


with oxygen administnitioii, patient care and 
loading. Ambulance transpmled the patient to 
CHOMP. Engine finished and returned to quar¬ 
ters. 

Carmcl-hy-the-Sea: Ambulance dis¬ 
patched to Valley Greens Drive for a victim of 
a foil. On scene, performed ALS (advanced life 
support) procedures and prepared patient for 
tranqxMl with spiiul precautions. En route to 
CHOMP Code 2 with patient. Arrived at 
CHOMP and transferred patient to MD and RN 
staff. 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 16 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Annoying phone calls 
on Lincoln Street. Reprxting party called stat¬ 
ing that on Monday, Oct. 9, and on Saturday, 
Oct. 14, she received annoying/threatening 
telephone calls from a subject. The RP was 
counseled. 

Carmel-by-Uie-Sea: While on patrol, offi¬ 
cer observed a dog loose and unattended in the 
c<mimercial district on Dolores Street. Officer 
secured the dog on a leash and checked the area 
for an owner. The owner was located at a busi¬ 
ness and information was obtained. The owner 


was warned and the dog was returned. 

Canacl-by-the-Scn: Mak suspect, age 19, 
arrested for burglary. IWo juveniles, bodi males 
age 16, and one aAih were arrested for resi¬ 
dential burglary and conspiracy. The aduh was 
additiorudly charged wifo contributing to the 
delinquency of a minor and narcotic sales and 
transpcMlation. 

Cannd-hy-thc-Sca: Fire engine and ambu¬ 
lance responded to a repmled hazardous condi¬ 
tion on Casanova Street between 12di and 13th 
avenues. Emergency personnel discovered a 
water leak in the mid^e of the road, causing 
water to flow at a moderate rate onto two prop¬ 
erties on the west side of the street. A check of 
the properties showed no threat, so the ambu¬ 
lance was released fiom the incident. Cal Am 
Water Co. was notified and police remained on 
scene until arrival of a repair crew. 

Carmcl-by-the-Sea: Fire engine responded 
to a request for automatic aid to a possible 
structure fire on Clock Tower Place. Engine 
was assigned to collect all part tags to give to 
the incident commander, and then to stand by. 
No other assignment was made as there was no 
severe fire problem (possibly electrical prob- , 
lem), so the engine was released from the inci¬ 
dent and returned to the station. 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: A citizen reported fol- 


REAL ESTATE 
SALES 

Fivm page 6RE 


Monterey Ccon*^] 

151 Mar Vista — $1,275,000 

Michael Pascoe to Rita Towles 
APN: 001-921-004 

Pacific Orova 

2830 Forest HHI Blvd. — 
$775,000 

Mary McHale to Tenir LLC 
APN: 007-643-016 

Pabbia Bteoh 

2971 Quarry Road — 
$1,500,000 

Douglas & Betty Post to 
Gerald & Ann Enders 
APN: 007-224-011 

3105 Sloat Road — 
$2,700,000 

Jack & Barbara Kidder to Scheryl 
Patigian Trust 
APN: 007-431-016 



2971 Quarry Road, Pebble Beach - $ 1,566,000 


$11,596,000 

American Stores Properties LLC to ASP 
NoCal Investor LLC 
APN: 261-145-034 

ScMiaida 

1565 Military Avenue — 
$750,000 

Kennethm& Tina Wiberg to Valentin 
Martinez ^ Ines Ignacio 
APN: 011-041-018 

1137 Hilby Avenue — 
$750,000 

Darian Shingu to Maria Valdez 
APN: 012-353-018 


Saiinaa 

North Davis Road — 


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lowing a looae dog in the roadwiy and was aUe 
to secure it in a fenced yard on Junipero Street. 
The owner of the residence was ctmtacted, and 
the stray dog was transported by officers to the 
Carmel Police De par tme n t. The dog had been 
seen numerous times during the last four di^; 
however, it was unapproachable. No owner 
could be located, and the dog was transported 
to Monterey County Animal Services. 

Carmel-fay-the-Sea: Reporting party locat¬ 
ed found jewelry in the roadway on San Cados 
Street soudi of Ocean Avenue, llimed over to 
Carmel Police Department. 

Carmel-by-the-Sca: Suspicious circum¬ 
stances on San Carlos Street. Citizen assistance 
was provided in regards to a subject possibly 
defrauding a hotel. l\vo credit card numbers 
provided to the hotel were declined. Staff did 
not wish to pursue any criminal sanctions at 
this time. Staff was counseled in regards to the 
matter. 

Carmcl-by-the-Sea: Female reported loss 
of her watch while walking along the pedestri¬ 
an walkway along Scenic Road. Reporting 
party advised that the loss occurred at the 
begiiming of October. If located, please notify 
RP. 

Cannel-by-the-Sea: Followup was made 
on a barking dog complaint on Junipero Street. 
The owner of the dog was contacted by tele¬ 
phone and warned. The residence is the rear 
house, and the owner stated they will be mov¬ 
ing from Carmel. 

Carmel-by-the^a: A Yamaha motorcycle 
parked on Sixth Avenue was found to have been 
reported stolen out of San Diego. In addition, 
license plate came back to a Yanudia moteney- 


cle with a different VIN. Subject questioiied 
regarding the motorcycle said he had pur¬ 
chased it but could not provide conqrlete docu- 
mentation. Motorcycle towed and stored; sub¬ 
ject cited for false information. Case still under 
investigation. 

Carmel-by-thc-Sea: Accident. Traffic col¬ 
lision on private property on Santa Lucia 
Avenue. Vehicle was drivable. 

Carmcl-by-thc-Sea: Ambulance responded 
to mutual aid to Westmed for a medical emer¬ 
gency on Casanova in Monterey. Ambulance 
canceled and returning. Ambulance in quarters. 

Pebble Beach: Resident of Lopez Road, 
Pebble Beach, reported the theft of nuiil. 

Carmel area: Person reported finding a 
bag containing eight CDs on Highway 1 near 
Riley Ranch Road. 


- Carmel area: Valley Greens Drive resi¬ 
dent reported having his hat and giasses 
knocked off by a neighbor after an argu¬ 
ment. 


Carmel area: During investigation of a 
CPS (child protective services) referral, deputy 
discovered neither parent nor minor wished to 
pursue the manner of possible sexual inter¬ 
course between two minors. 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 
Carmel-by-the-Sea: Accident at 0545 
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POLICE LOG 

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intoxicated and disorderly. Subjects were contacted and two 
were intoxicated and one was in possession of a smoking pipe 
and small amount of marijuana. Also cited were a 20-year-old 
male and an 18-year-old inale. 

Carmel-liy-the-Seat Forgery. Outside-jurisdiction assist on 
Carmel Rancho Lane. In July, a lost/stolen check was forged. 

Carmcl-by-tke-Sea: Petty theft on San Carlos Street. 
Unknown su^>ects stole a cell phone from the business. 

Carmel-by-the-Sca: Male suspect, age 30, booked on 
Junipero Street. Su^>ect was arrest^ on two outstanding war¬ 
rants. 

CarmeMry-the-Sea: At 0909 hours, ambulance responded to 
a mutual aid for Westmed for a medical emergency on Padre 
Lane for a male in his 80s with shortness of breath and fever. 
Patient transported Code 2 to CHOMP at 0942 hours. Arrival at 
CHOMP at 0959 hours. 

Big Sur: En^iloyee who quit at local business causing trou¬ 
ble ultimately left with his final paycheck. Case closed. 

Big Sur: Theft of ATM and pin information resulted in 
approximately $2500 taken Irom ATMs in New York. Unknown 
how the iiiformation was obtained. All occurred out of the 
Monterey County Sheriff’s Office area. Case closed. 

Carmel Valley: Elderly couple reported past-tense battery by 
their 33-year-old son, whom they allege is addicted to metliam- 
phetamine and on probation in another county. Case continues. 

Carmel area: Heated argument between a mother and her 
adult son on Fisher Drive. He agreed to move out of the house. 

Carmel Valley: Deputies were dispatched to a verbal domes¬ 
tic on Carmel Valley Road. Both parties agreed to separate. Case 
closed. 


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 


Carmel-by-the-Sea: Lost cell phone. Returned to owner. 
Victim called to report losing his cell phone somewhere in the 
business district. Reporting party wished to make a report in the 
event his cell phone is found and turned over to the police 
department. A brief description of the phone was provided and 
listed in this report. On Oct. 20, an anonymous citizen turned in 
a cell phone he found at Sixth and Junipero streets. In research¬ 
ing all cases, officer noted this found phone matched the one 
listed in this report. The RP was contacted, and he came to the 
station to retrieve his phone. No further information; the phone 
was returned to owner. 




THREE GREAT PROPERTIES... THREE GREAT NEW PRICES 


New French Country Estate Near The Lodge 


Rich in character and comfort, this striking John Matthams design features beautiflrf fleered ocean views across Carmel Bay to Point 
Ljob<», five bedrooms, fbur'«xf-one-hdf baths, a library/den, formal rooms, butler's pantry, expansive gourmet 

kitchen with adjacent femMy room and wet bar, and an ele\fflt(«s^|^lTO a bedrooms located on the second floor. A tumbling 
stone water feature and extensive landscaping desig^i Murray combined with several patios set the perfect stage for 

outdoor IMng. Gracious and comfortable, this home is perfect for a family and the entertainer alike. 

Reduced ftm $6,990,000 to $5,990^000 


Grand Ocean View Mediterranean 

Privately situated in the best Estates area of Pebble Beach, this distinctive new ocean view residence offers a stunning venue for 
grand scale entertaining. Discriminating in design, this stylish home incorporates myriad antique elemen ts throughout. Beautiful 
water views are offered from an expansive stately entry hall, master suite, and the enormous ■ ' ' " 

kitchen/family room. An additional 4 bedroom suites, formal living and dining rooms, media room, 
exercise room, wine cellar, elevator. 4 car garage, and artistic fountains and patios for outdoor enter¬ 
taining complete this magnificent property. Rcchiocd from $^750,000 to $^950,000 


Prized Carmel Location 


Situated on Shafter Road, in a prized section of Carmel's sunbelt and primary homes, this gated property consists of 2 legal 
lots, including a t^is court and mature gardens in a park4ike setting. Offering a unique combination of convenience, size 

and privacy, this home features a completely updated gourmet kitchen/family room, breakfast area, 
large laundry room and pantry storage, formal dining, separate office with it's own bath, master 
bedroom with his and her closets and bath areas, 2 guest bedrooms with baths as well as 2 sepa¬ 
rate garages, one for 2 cars and a second for 3 cars. This exceptional property also offers extensive 
patios for outdoor entertaining. Reduced from $4J5KjOOO to $3,995^000 


bothebys 






















$1,649,000 3bd3tM 

Dotores 3 SE of 9th 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


Sa 10-1 
Carmel 
622-1040 


$1,675,000 2bd1.5ba 

24620 Lower Trail 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


Su 2-4 
Carmel 
622-1040 


$1,699,000 9bdXbm 

NE Comer Lirtcoln A 3rd 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


Sa 11-1 Su 1-4 
Carmel 


$659,000 3bd Iba 

29 Wawona 

REMAX Momaray r’aninauta - Ann Ftaaman 


Su1-4 
Carmel Valley 
594-5939 


See OPEN HOUSES /JR£ 


Su 1-3:30 
Carmel Valley 
626-22^ 


$655,000 2bd 2ba 
206 Hacienda Carmel 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


$995,000 

26096 Dot 
John Saar 


4bd2^ 

herty Place 
roperties 


$999,000 4bd2t)a 

121 El Hemmorro 
Sotheby's Int’l RE _ 

$1,095,000 3bd2.5ba 
12 El Robledo 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$1,095,000 3bd2ba 

4A Buena Vista Del Rio 
Keller Williams Realty 

$1,095,000 4bdZ5ba 
4320 Canada Court 
Sotheby's lnt‘1 RE _ 

$1,099,000 4bd2ba 

15 Piedras BlarK»s 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$1,190,000 4bd3ba 

26 Village Drive 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$1,395,000 3bd3ba - 
127 Rancho Rd 
Sotheby's Infl RE _ 

$1,449,000 3bd2tM 

25275 Outlook Dr 

John Saar Properties _ 

$1,465,000 LOT 
0 Rancho Rock! 

Sotheby's Inti RE _ 

$1,495,000 3bd3ba 
70^ VaHey Greens Cir 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$1,695,000 4bd2.5ba 

43 E. Garzas Road 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$1,765,000 3bd2^ 

5 Paso Del Rio Rd 
Sotheby'^ Irrt'l RE _ 

$1,625,000 5bd3ba 

27 La Rancheria 
Sotheby's Int'l RE 


Sa Su 2-5 
Carmel Valley 

625- 0500 

Su 1:30-3:30 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 

Sa Su 1-4 
Carmel Valley 

626- 2222 

SaSu3-6 
Carmel Valley 
277-6643 

Su 12-2 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 

Sa 1-5 
Carmel Valley 
626-22^ 

Su 1-3 
Carmel Valley 
626-2222 

Su1-4 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 

Sa1-4Su 1-4 
Carmel Valley 

625- 0500 

Su 1-4 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 

Sa 1-4 
Carmel Valley 

626- 2221 

Sa2-4 
Carmel Valley 
626-2222 

Sa 1-5 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 

Su 2-4 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 


$1,600,000 2bd2,5ba 

Torres 2 SE of 5th 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Su1-3 

Carmel 

626-2222 


$2,250,000 1bd2ba 
60 Endrui Drive 
Sotheby's Infl RE 

$2,395,000 3bd2ba- 
Casanova 3 SW of 12th 
Coldwell Banker Pet Monte 

$2,450,00f> 3bd2to o'" 


$2,456,000 3bd 2bA 
NW Comer Monte Verde A 4lh 
Alain Pinel Realtor 


$2,475,000 2bd3tM 
Doloras2 NE of Santa Luda 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$2,465,000 2bd2-Sbo 
3420 Mountain View Ave 
Sotheby's Inti RE > 


Su1-3 

Carmel 

659-2267 


Su 1-4 
Carmel 
626-2221 

SaSu 1-4 


Sa 1:30-3 
Cprmel 
626-2222 

8u2-4 

Carmel 

624-0136 




$4400.000 '4M3ba . 

San Antonio A 9th SE Cor 
Sotheby's Int1 F^E 

$3,995,000 - 3bd5bo "C 
25585 Shafter Way 
Sotheby's Inti RE 


8a 240440 
Carmel 
624-0136 

8a2-4 

Carmel 

624-0136 


$1,750,000 3bd2be 
San Carlos 2 SE of 1st 
Coldwell Bar^ker Del Monte 

$1,795,000 3bd2be 
Junipero 3 NW of 1st 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

'$1,795,000 3bd3.5ba 
Guadalupe 4 NW of 1 st 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$1,795,000 3bd2ba 

7th Avenue 2 NW Monte Verde 

Sotheby's Int'l RE _ 

$1,850,000 3bcl3ba 
Junipero 3 NW of Vista 
Coldwell Barrker Del Monte 

$1,875,000 3bd2ba 
24880 Outlook Drive 
Prudential CA Realty 

$1,895,000 3bd3ba 
3523 Mesa Court 
Alain Pirrel Realtors 

$1,095,000 3bd3ba 

Santa Fe 2 NW of 8^ . 

Coldwell Barrker Pel MpnMy 

$1,895,000 2bd2ba ' ^ 
Guadalupe 3 NE of 5th 
Sotheby's Int'l RE __ 

$1,975,000 2bd2ba 
SW Comer Junipero A 5th 
Alain Pirwl Realtors _ 

$1,986,000 2bd2ba 

SE Corner Torres A 6th 
Alain Pinel Realtors _ 

$1,995,000 3bd2ba 

Mission 3 NW of 2rKl 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Sal-3 

Carmel 

626-2223 

Sa1:3tM:30 

Carmel 

626-2221 

Sa 1-4 

Carmel 

626-2221 

Sa2-4 

Carmel 

624-0136 

Sa2-4 

Carmel 

626-2221 

Su1-4 

Carmel 

624-9043 

Su 2-4:30' 
Carmel 
622-1040 

8ui-3 

Carmel 

,r. 

9u id^ 
Carmel 
624-0136 

Su2-5 

Carmel 

622-1040 

Sa 2-S Su 1-4 
Carmel 
622-1040 

Sa2-4 

Carmel 

626-2221 


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$1,995,000 3bd2.5ba 
27992 Mercurio Road 
KK Roberts, Realtor _ 

$1,905,000 2bd2ba 

Mission 3 SE 4th 
Sotheby's Int'l RE 

$1,909,000 3bd3ba 
11 NW Mor4e Verde A Ocean 
John Saar 

$1,009,909 4bd2ba 

2925 Ribera Rd 
John Sear Properties 


Sa Su 1-3 
Carmel 
_ 622-1500 

Sa 2:3(M:30 Su 1-3 
Carmel 
_ 624-0136 

So KM 
• Carmel 
_ 625-0500 

SaSu 1-5 
Carmel 
625-0500 


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nTIWW# MillllJI 

8,000<f sq;'ft lot 
Nice dedc & hot < 
Z-car garage 
% $799,000 


DAVID CRABBE , 

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$2,600400 3bd24ba 
^ 25238 Hatton Road 
Lomamy krc. Real Eatate-John Putty 

$2,650,000 3bd 2ba 
Lopez 5 NE 4th Avenue 
Lomarey Inc. Real Eatate-John Putty 

$2,695,000 3bd2be - 
5 SE Monte Verde A 13th 
Alain Pinel Realtors 

$2,849,000 3bd 3ba 

SE Comer San Antonio A 10th 
Alain Pinel Realtors _ 

$2,895,000 3bd 24ba 
2831 14th Ave 
Coldwell Barrker Del Morrte 

$2,949,000 3bd3ba ' 

26339 Valley View 
Coldwell Banker Pel Monte 

$2,070,000 3bd3ba 

2417 San Antonio 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$3,400,000 3bd 24ba 
3 SW 2nd Avenue on Carmelo 
John Saar Properties 

$3,500,000 3bd 34ba 

26173 Dolores 

Alain Pinel Realtors _ 

$3,500,000 4bd 2ba 
2459 San Antonio 
Sotheby's Int'l RE _ 

$3,605,000 4bd 3ba 
25026 Hatton Road 
Keller Williams Realty 

$3,725,000 3bd 3ba 
26280 Inspiration Avenue 
Alain Pinel Realtors _ 

$3,005,000 

26442 Carmek) Street 

Fouratt-Simmons Real Estate 


Su12-3 
Carmel 
_ 241-3131 

Sa12-3 
Carmel 
_ 241-3131 

Su2-4 
Carmel 
_ 622-1040 

Sa 1-3 Su 1:30-9 
Carmel 
622-1040 

'Su 2-4 
Carmel 

_ 626-2221 

Su2-4 

Carmel 

_ 626-2221 

Sa Su 1-4 
Carmel 

_ 626-2222 

SaSu 1-4 
Carmel 
_ 625-0500 

Su2-4 
Carmel 
_ 622-1040 

Sa 12-3 Su 1-4 
Camrel 
_ 624-0136 

Sa 12-3 Su 2-5 
Carmel 
_ 236-4513 

Sa2-4 
Carmel 
_ 602-1040 

Su2-5 

Carmel 

277-9315 


$4,195,000 3bd34ba 
2441 ^yview 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


Sotheby's 


fi^rabbe ; comc.ast net 


Sa 2-5 Su 1-4 
Carmel 
622-1040 


$1,650,000 3bd2ba ' 

43 Mount Devon 
Alain Pinel Realtors ■ 

$1,749,000 2bd2ba ^ 
27 Yankee Point Drive 
Sotheby's Inti RE _ 

$1395,000 4bd3ba 

206 A Upper Walden Rd ' 
John Saw Properties _ 

$2,595,000 4bd 3.5ba 
14 Mai Paso Road 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

$2,750,000 44bd 44ba 
21 Mentone Drive 
Keller Williams Realty 

$4,500,000 3bd 2.5ba 
111 Yankee Poior 
Sotheby's Inti RE _ 

$4,850,000 4bd 43ba 
175 Sonoma Lane 
Keller Williams Realty 


$319,000 Sludk) 

106 Hacienda Carmel 
ColdweH Banker Del Monte 

$430,000 Ibd Iba 

9500 Center Street #38 
Coldwell Barrker Del Mortte 

$450,000 Ibd Iba 
9500 Center Street #41 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Su3-6 
CrmI Highlands 
622-1040 

Sa Su 2:30-4:30 
CrmI Highlands 

624- 0136 

Su1-4 
CrmI Highlands 

625- 0500 

Su13(M:30 

CrmI Highlar>ds 

626- 2222 

SU2-6 
CrmI Highlands 

524-4440 

Su23(M 
CrmI Highlands 
624-0136 

Sa1-5Su1-3 
CrmI Highlands 
'4440 / 241-8206 


524-4440 


11-8206 


Sul-330 
Carmel Valley 
626-2222 

Su13(F3:30 
Carmel Valley 
626-2222 

Sa 1-3 
Carmel Valley 
626-22^ 


$695,000 2bd 2ba 

262 Hacienda Carmel 
Sotheby's Infl RE _ 

$725,000 LOT 

224 Punta Del Monte 
Sotheb/s Infl RE _ 

$818,000 2bd2ba 

1 Laguna Roblee Road 
RE/MAX Monterey Peninsula 

$830,000 3bd 13ba 

140 Hitchcock 

nB UAX Mowli r t i i Ptrttila - Aim r iarnia 

$840,000 2bd2ba 

283 Del Mesa 

Sotheby's Infl RE _ 

$850,000 2bd 13ba 

49 Wawona 

Sotheby's Inti RE _ 

$896,000 2bd2ba 

20 WoodskJe Place 
John Saar Properties 


Se 12-2 8u 230430 
Carmel Valley 
_ 659-2267 

Su1-4 
Carmel Valley 
_ 659-2267 

SaSu 11-2 
Carmel Valley 
_ 372-6383 

8a1-4 
Carmel Valley 


8a12-2 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 

Su1-6 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 

Sa 1-4 
Carmel Valley 
625-0500 


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Carmel Pina Cone Real Estate 


October 27, 2006 


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$688,000 ibd Iba 

71 Del Mesa 

CoktweN Banker Del Monts 

8a 11-1 
Carmal 
626-2222 

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$765,000 2bd23ba 

8u12-2 

r 

3850 Rio Road #46 

Carmal 


ColdweN BarWter Del Monts 

626-2222 


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$829,000 3bd 2ba 

^ * 24584 Guadalupe 

m Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

8u2-4 

Carmel 

626-2222 

$890,000 

2bd2ba 

Su2-4 

: 84 Via Mar Monte 

Carmel 

Fouratt-Simmorts Real Estate 

595-3872 

$695,000 

3bd2ba 

Sa12-2 

26426 Birch Place 

Carmel 

Sotheby's Inti RE 

624-0136 


11,229,000 2bd2ba 

Vizcaino 7 SE of Mountain View 
s Int'l RE 


Sa 2:3(M:30 Su 2-4 
Carmel 
624-0136 


To Salinas 


Seaside 


$1,265,000 2bd2ba 

Sa Su 1-4 

> 26208 Atherton 

Carmel 

Sotheby's Inti RE 

624-0136 

$1,325,000 2bd2ba 

SaSu 2-4 

Dolores A 2nd SE Comer 

Carmel 

Keller Williams Realty 

594-4752 / 655-3864 

$1,385,000 2bd2.5ba 

Su 1:30-4:30 

Torres 2 SE of 8th 

Carmel 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

650-888-0846 

$1,388,000 3bd2ba 

SaSu2-4 ' 

Lobos 3 NW 1st 

Carmel 

Crandall Preferred Properties 

915-0005 

$1,399,000 , 3bd2ba 

Fri1-4 

24320 San Pedro 

Carmel 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

622-1040 

$1,475,000 2bd2ba^ 

Su12-2 

Santa Fe 3 SE Ocean > 

Carmel 

Sotheby's Infl RE ' - 

. ! 624-0136 

[ $1,597,000 2bd2ba 

Su2-4 

Torres 4 NE of 3rd 

Carmel 

Sotheby's Infl RE 

624-0136 

$1,600,000 3bd2ba 

Sa Su 1-4 

2nd Ave 2 NE of Carpenter 

Carmel 

«. Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

626-2222 


Carrnel 

Highlands 


Carmel Valley 


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$2^.000 3bd2^ 

2S53S Twrra Grande 
Sotheby's Inti RE 


Su 2 4 
Carmel Valley 
659-2267 


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$999,000 3bd3ba 

28002 Oakshire Drive 
Sotheby's Infl RE 


$2,496,000 3bd 3.5ba 
10250 Oakshire Drive 
Sotheby's Infl RE 


I )i I i;i ^ ()Aks 


Sa2-4 

Carmel Valley Ranch 
659-2267 


Sa 1-3 

Carmel Valley Ranch 
659-2267 


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$872,750 3bd 2.5ba 
2060 Prescott Avenue 
Coktwell Banker Del Monte 


$895,000 3bd2ba 

18 Skyline Crest 
Fouratt-SimnKMis Real Estate 


$1,067,500 3bd2lM 
813 SperKer St 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Su 1:30-3:30 
Monterey 
626-2226 


Sa2-4 

Monterey 

646-8788 


Su 2:304:30 
Monterey 
626-2222 



$1,149,000 4bd3tM 

SaSu 14 

490 Monroe St 

lyionterey 

John Saar Properties 

625-0500 


$1,198,000 4bd 3ba 
241 Via Gayuba 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Su1-3 

Monterey 

626-2222 


$1,559,000 3bd3ba 
11 Victoria Vale 
Sotheby's Int'l RE 


Su14 

Monterey 

646-2120 


Alain PiNLLn^nAz. 


$607,000 2bd2lM 

220 Quail Run Court 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

Su14 

Del Rey Oaks 

622-1040 

$629,000 2bd 2ba 

311 Quail Run Court 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Su1-3 

Del Rey Oaks 

626-2222 


$890,000 4bd3ba 

Sa 14 

1436 Tamarak Way 

East Salinas 

RE/MAX Monterey Peninsula 

214-7555 


$489,000 3tMl2ba 

Su 124:30 

623 Sherwood Avenue 

King City 

Keller Williams Realty 

277-0640 


$609,000 3bd2ba 

Su24 

3031 Bayer Drive 

Marina 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

626-2222 

$699,000 3bd3ba 

Su24 

3133 California Avenue _ 

Marina 

Crandall Preferred Propertiee 

2364)646 

$795,000 4bd 3ba 

Sa24 

3139 Ocean Terrace 

Marina 

Sotheby's Int'l RE 

659-2267 


$420,900 Ibdlbe Condo 

1 

Sa24 

500 Glenwood Circle #236 

Monterey 

The Jones Group 

236-7780 

$443,000 Ibd Ibe 

Sa2-5 Su14 

500 Glenwood Circle 

Monterey 

John Saar Properties 

625-0500 

$490,999 2bd Ibe Condo 

Su24 

461 Dela Vina Avenue #211 

Monterey 

The Jones Group 

241-3141 _ 

$550,000 2bd Ibe 

Sa11-1 

250 Forest Ridge Road UnH 63 

Monterey 

Keller Williams Realty 

594-9771 

$600,000 2bd2ba 

Sa 11-1 

250 Forest Ridge Road Unit 57 

Monterey 

Keller Williams Realty 

594-9771 

$629,000 2bd Ibe 

SU12-2 

208 John Street 

Monterey 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

626-2222 

$895,000 2bd Ibe 

Sa 12-2M Su 14 

319 High Street 

Monterey 

Keller Williams Realty 

214-2902 / 224-4897 

$699,000 3bd Iba 

Sa14 

459 Hannon 

Monterey 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

622-1040 



$725,000 2bd Iba 

Su 14 

966 David Avenue 

Monterey 

J.R. Rouse Real Estate 

645-9696 ext. 103 

$790,000 3bd 2ba 

Sa14 

549 Mar Vista Dr. 

Monterey 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

622-1040 

$799,000 2bd 1.5ba 

Sa 10-12:30 a 1:304:30 

65 Via Descanso 

Monterey 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

622-1040 

$799,000 2bd1.5ba 

Su11-3 

65 Via Descanso 

Monterey 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

622-1040 






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OPEN SUN 2-4 30 • 3S23 Mesa Court 

This heautiful tioiiie features vaulted 
ceilmgs, 3 bedroorris, 3 full baths, 
study (easily convertible to 4tti bed¬ 
room) and remodeled kitclien on 
almost one-half acre The new 3-car 
garage, elegant paver driveway and 
gorgeous landscape comprise the 
piece d resistance of the home 

Offered at $1,895,000 


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OPEN SAT & SUN 14 
NW Corner Santa Rita 8< 6th 

Charm and character abound in this 
quiet corner 3 bed 2 5 bath cottage 
with attached one car garage only two 
blocks to town Separate guest c]uar 
ters downstairs and on a clear day Pt 
Lobos views over the tree tops 

Offered at $1,499 000 




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OPEN SUN 11 2 • 25691 Mesa Drive 

Currently a 3 berfroom 2 luith with 
studio apartment witfi full bath Si 
kitcfienette above 2 car garage Owner 
has plans for a 4000 sq ft 6 bedroom, 
4 bath remodel All of this and a pool 
which is rare for Carmel Huge poten¬ 
tial on large lot with plenty of water 

Offered at $1,495,000 


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Ideally located in Mid Valley, resides 
this well maintained single story resi¬ 
dence set on a half acre plus parcel 
where comfort abounds This home 
was designed to optimize views and 
privacy. 2100 Square Feet of living 
space, comprised of 4BD, 2 5BA and a 
2 car garage The well designed floor 
plan takes full advantage of the 
canyon, greenbelt and mountain 
views beyond 

Offered at $1,225,000 




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Offering space and comfort that is 
hard to find, this home is filled with 
rooms of light and size Exterior wrap 
around terrace and deck, private 
patios and gardens A short distance 
to the ocean and nearby golf courses 

Offered at $1,699,000 


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12 RE Gjrmel Pine Cone Red Estate October 27, 2CX)6 



CASE NUMBER; DR 44660 
NOnCKTO ROPONDINT: 
RAMONA ALMIIO 
tbym 


PermONER'S NAME »: 

DAMEL ALFARO JR. 

^ hM 30 CALENDAR DAYS 
•Aer this Summons and PHUon an 
asrvsd on you to tile a Raaponaa (taian 
FL-120 or F1.-123) at the court aid 
have a copy aarvad on Via paWionar. A 
laMar or pnona cal wW not protect you. 

N you do not Me your ftaaponaaon 
titna, the court may mahs orders afisct- 
ing your marriage or domestic partner- 
snip, your property, and cutrtody of 
your children, rbu rnay be ordered to 
pay support and attorney lees and 
costs. If you cannot pay the Ming fee, 
ask the cserfc tor a fee waiver form. 

It you want teaal advice, contact a 
lawyer immadlatoly. Msu can get infor- 
mason about tindkig lawyers at the 
CaNtornia Courts online Self-Help 
Center (www.courtnk}.ca.gov/aan- 
haip), at the CaMomia Legal services 
INsb site (www.lafii/halpcSUomia.org), 
or by contMting your local county bar 


NOTICE: Tha raatraining orders 
on page 2 an athcUva agaSnat both 
apouaa a or domaatic partnara unW the 
paddon is (Mamiaaacf, a judgamant ia 
entered, or the court makaa further 
ordara. Thaaa ordara an antotcaabla 
anywhan In CaUhmta by any law 
arworoamant atdoar who has racaivad 
or aaan a oofiy of diam. 

The name and address of the 
court la: 

MPmiOR COURT OF CAUFOR- 
NUL COUNTY MONTEREY 
liMAou^Roed 
MofilM^ CA SSMO 

The name, addraee and Islephona 
number of the peWlonerY attorriey, or 
peVlioner without an attorney, is: 
DAIKL ALFARO JR. 

1606 MaaquRa Drive 
SaBnaB.CX63006 
761-Om 

NOTICE TO THE PERSON 
SERVED: Vbu are served as an individ¬ 
ual. 

Date: Apr. 24. 2006 
(s) Lisa M. Qaktoa, Clerk 
w W.Q. RaSetoLDeputy 
PubIcalionOiilaa: Oct 6. 13, 20, 
27. 2006. (PC 1001) 


FiCTrnous business name 

STATEMENT FVe Na 20062362. The 
folowing persorVs) Mare) doing busi¬ 
ness as: Sim CAmSOLUTIONB, 230 

‘ 17th St, Pacific Grove, CA 93850. KATIE 
VAUGHAN. 510 Willow St. Pacific 
Grove, CA 93950. This business is con¬ 
ducted by an individual. Registrant 
commenced to transact business 
under the fictitious business name or 
names listed above on Aug. 19, 2006. 
(s) Katie Vaughan. This statement was 
fiM with the ckxinty Clerk of Monterey 
County on Sept 19, 2006. Publication 
dates. Oct. 6, 13. 20, 27, 2006. 
(PC 1002) 


nCTTTKNIS BUSINESS NAME 
STATEMENT File Na 20062415. The 
folowing person(s) tsien) doing busi¬ 
ness as: EAGLE EYES PROPERTY 
INSPECTION, 235 9th St, Gonzalez. 
CA 93926. VINCENTE A. COPPOLA. 
235 9lh St. GonzMez, CA 93926. This 
business is conducted by an individual. 
Registrant commenced to transact 
business under the flctitioue business 


name or names tieled above on Sept 
11,2006. (8) Vinoenie A. Coppota. This 
statement was Med with the CounW 
Clerk of Monterey County on Sept 25, 
2006. PubHcalion dates; Oct 6,13, 20, 
27. 2006. (PC1003) 


Rcnnous Busimss name 

STATEMENT FVe Na 20062432. The 
toVcwIng pereonfa) Mars) doing buai- 
nees as: WELJWtt FABRCMKM A 
DE8KM, 824 Sw Antonio Dr., Salnas, 
CA 93801. CANDOO MARTINEZ, 824 
' Sw Antonio Dr., SMnes, CA 93901. 
This business is cortoucted by an indi¬ 
vidual. Registrant commenced to trans¬ 
act business under the fictitious busi¬ 
ness name or names listed above on 
Sept. 12, 2006. (s) Candkto Martinez. 
This statement was filed with the 
County Clerk of Monterey County on 
Sept. 27, 2006. Publication dates: Oct. 
6. 13. 20. 27. 2006. (PC 1004) 


SUMMONS - FAMILY LAW 

CASE NUMBER: DR 44975 

NOTICE TO RESPONDENT: 

ORIN LAQBAS 
You an being auad. 

PETITIONER'S NAME IS: 

SCOTT L. MCKENZIE 

You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS 
after this SummorK and Petition are 

* served on you to file a Response (form 
FL-120 or FL-123) at the court and 
have a copy served on the petitioner. A 
letter or phone call will not protect you. 

If you do not file your Response on 
time, the court may make orders affect¬ 
ing your marriage or domestic partner¬ 
ship. your property, and custody of 
your children. Vbu rnay be ordered to 
pay support arxf attorney fees and 
costs. If you cannot pay the filing fee, 
ask the derk tor a fee waiver form. 

If you want legal advice, contact a 
lawyer immediate^. Vbu can get intor- 
maeon about finding lawyers at the 
California Courts Online Self-Help 
Center (www.courtin1o.ca.gpv/aelf- 
help), at the Cakfomia Legal Services 
Web site (www.lawhelpcalifornia.org), 
or by contacting your local county bar 
association. 

MOTKE: The restraining orders 
on page 2 an effecliva against both 
spouses or domestic partners until the 
•. petition is dismissed, a /udgement is 
entered, or the court makes further 
orders These orders an enforceable 
arrywhen in CaUfomia by any law 
enforcement officar who has received 
or seen a copy of them. 

The name and address of the 
court is: 

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFOR¬ 
NIA. COUNTY MONTEREY 
1200 Aguallto Road 
MorrtarS^A 93940 

The name, address arxl tetophorie 

• number of the petitiorwr's attorney, or 
petitioner without an attorney, is: 
SCOTT L. McKenzie 

1766 Y oaam W a CIrcIa 
SaMnaa, CA 93906 
(631) 261-0696 
ROV^D D. LANCE 
11 W. Laural Dr.. SuRa #206 
Sallnaa, CA 93906 
(931)443-6^ 


RaB:#LOA6 
Cownbr: MoiBa w y 

NOTICE TO THE PERSON 
SERVED: Vbu am aarvad aa an IndMd- 
uaL 

Data: Aug. 14, 2006 
(a) Uaa M. Gaidoa, Clark 
m Erica Alado, Dapuiy 
Fhtolcalton Dataa: OA 6. 13, 20, 
27, 2006. (PC 1006) 


NOTICE OF PETITION 
TO ADMMSTER Eirim 
of LOMA MOULTON SMITH 
Case Number MP 1^21 
To aV heirs, beneficiarlee, credi¬ 
tors, contingent creditors, and per¬ 
sons who may otherwise be ir^- 
esled in the wiN or estate, or both, of 
LOMA MOULTON SMITH. 

A PETITION FOR PROBATE 
has been filed by ALLYSON HULET 
SCHEU McQUADE in the Superior 
Court of CaHfomia, County of MON¬ 
TEREY. 

The Petition for Probate 
requests that ALLYSON HULET 
SCHEU McQUAOE be ^ipoinlad as 
personal representative to adminis¬ 
ter the estate of the decedent 

THE PETITION requests tha 
decedenfs will and codicils, if any, 
be admitted to probate. The wW and 
any codicils are available for exami- 
natton In the Me kept by the court 
THE PETiriON requests 
authority to admini e ter tha aetata 
under the Independent 
Administratton of Cstatss Act (This 
authority wW alow the paraonal lep- 
reaentattvs to taka many actions 
without obtaining court approval. 
Before taking carte vary Important 
actions, howsMsr, tha personal rap- 
resentativs wW be requbed to gke 
notice to interested persons unless 
they have waived notice or consent¬ 
ed to the proposed action.) The 
independent anninMration authori¬ 
ty will be granted unleee an interest¬ 
ed person files an obfaction to tha 
petition and shows good cause why 
the court should not grant the 
authority. 

A htetng on the p e t it i on wiN 
be held on In this court as ftol- 


Date; November 3, 2006 
Time: 10:30 a.m. 

Dept.; 17 

Address; Superior Court of 
California, County of Monterey, 
1200 Aguajito Road, Monterey, CA 
93940. 

If you object to the granting of 
the petition, you should appear at 
the nearing and state your objec¬ 
tions or file written objections with 
the court before the hearing. Vbur 
appearance may be in person or by 
your attorney. 

If you are a creditor or a con¬ 
tingent creditor of the dooodont, 
you must file your claim with the 
court arKf mail a copy to the person¬ 
al representative appointed by the 
court witNn four months from the 
date of first issuance of letters as 
provided in Probate Code section 
9100. The time for filing claims wW 
not expire before four months from 
the hearing dale noticed above. 

You may aKamlne the Me tapl 
bfy the court If you are a person 
interested in the estate, you may Me 
with the court a Request for Special 
Notice (form DE-154) of the fwng of 
an Inventory and appraisal of estate 
assets or of any peten or account 
as provided in Probate Code section 
12w. A Request lor Special Notice 
form is available from the court 
derk. 

Attorney for petitioner: 

JOHN F. HOPKINS, ESQ. 

(SBN: 28109) 

P.O.Box 1469 

San Jose, CA 95109-1469 

(408) 286-9800 

(s) John F. Hopkins, Esq., 

Attorney for Petitioner. 

This statement was Med with the 
County Clerk of Monterey County on 
Jan. 4, 2006. 

Publicatton dates: Oct. 13, 20, 
27, 2006. (PCI006) 


SUPMUOA COUNT 
OFCAUFONMA 
COUNTY OF MONraUY 


ONDItt TO SHOW CAUU 
F09 CHANOf OF NAMi 

Case No. M81126. 

TO ALL INTERESTED PER¬ 
SONS; petitionef, EUGENE P. 
STREET, fifed a petition with this court 
tor a decree changing names as fol¬ 
lows: 


A. Present name : 

RYAN CHRISTOPHER CRUZ-STREET 


RYAN CHRISTOPHER CRUZ STREET 
THE COURT ORDERS that all 
persons interested in this nratter shall 
appear before this court at the hearing 
iiidicated below to show cause, if any, 
why the petition for change of name 
should not be granted. 

NOTICE HEARING: 


DATE: November 17, 2006 
TIME: 9:00 am. 

DEPT: Civil 

The address of the court is 1200 


Aguajito Road, Monterey, CA 93940. 

A copy of this O^r to Show 
Cause shall be published at least once 
each week tor tour successivs weeks 
prior to the date set tor hearing on the 
petition in the foNowirrg newspaper of 
general circulation, printed in this 
county: The Carmel Pirre Corre, 
Carmel. 


(s) Michael S. Fields 
Judge of the Superior Court 
Date fifed: Oct. 4. 2006. 
Clerk: Lisa M Galdos 
Deputy: J. Rodriguez 


Publication dates: Oct. 13, 20, 27, 
Nov. 3. 2006. (PC 1008) 


SUmiONCOUtT 
OFCAUFONNIA 
COUNTY OF MONTItffY 

AMINIDfO Otbft TO SHOW CAUSI 


FOB CHANOt OF MAIM 

Case Na MB1183. 

TO ALL INTERESTED PER¬ 
SONS; patittonar, VIKTORIA QEN- 
NACrfEV^ MOKROVA, Mad a pati- 
llon wNh tiia court tor a daoraa chang- 
ing namaa aa totiowa; 

AfCBMOLbiDH: 

VNCTORIA OENfiAOTEVNA MOKROVA 
CEOgoattlLaiDM: 
viCTORtAWiRIA ANTONOVA 
THE COURT ORDERS that al 
paiaona Inferaalsd in ttiia mattar ahal 
appear bafora this court at tha hea t ing 
mc s dad batow to ahow cauaa. N any 
Miy tiia paMBon for change of name 
shoukf not be granlad. 
NOnCldFNiAraNQ: 

DATE; Nov. 17,2006 
TMIE:9«> am. 

DEPT: 16 

Tha addraaa of 9w court ia 1200 
AguajHo Road, Monlaiwy CA 93940. 

A copy of 9iia Order to Show 
Cauaa ahfi be pubtiMwd at feaat once 
each weak for tour a u o c as afea weeks 
prior to lha dais sat for hearing on lha 
petition in lha folowino nawapapar of 
ganaral drcukttion, prfritad in this 
county: Tha Cannaii Pina Corw, 
CarmaL 

(a) Robert O'Fwral 
Judge of lha Superior Court 
Date Mad: OcL 11, 2006 
dark; Uaa M. Qaldoa 
Dapuiy: C. WMfema 

Pubticallon dalaa: OcL 20.27, Nov. 
3,10, 2006. (PCIOOO) 


FfC T m OUB BUSmCSS NAME 
SIXIBMMT Fla Na 20062482. Tha 
tnlowinn paraorVa) Wwa) doing twwA- 
niM SK HUHC^KBSS OF CARII&« 

wJ 08 Im 1 liQv DSVRfBCR MNlBliOfi 

and San Cartoa, CiimaL CA 93921. 
CARL EUGENE SIQG, 11609 
MoCarthy Carmel Wlay CA 99924. 
Thia buwnaaa ia condudad by an ind- 
vktuaL rieuiati aiil commancod to Irani 
act buainaaa under tha fictitious busi- 
nass name or names Mad above on 
July 1,1994. (a) Carl This state¬ 
ment was Mad with tha County Clerk of 
Monlaray County on Oct. 3, 2006. 
Pubicstion datoa: OcL 20, 27, Nov. 3, 
10. 2006. (PC1010) 


Ffcrmous business name 

STATEMDfr Fife Na 20062S5^ The 
folowing poraorWs) Mara) doing busi¬ 
ness w: MYJOMtQHT, 1120 Forest 
Avs., Suite 212 PacAc Gtowa, CA 93950. 
JANET F. HAYSLETT 1063 Laurel Lane, 
Pebble Beach, CA 93953. DAVID D. 
HAYSLETT. 1063 Laurel Lane, Psbbto, 
CA 93953. This busirtess is conducted 
by a husband and wife. Registrant 
commerKed to transact business 
undar the fictitious business name or 
names listed above on N/A (s) JanetF. 
HaysletL This statement was Mad with 
the County Clerk of Monleray County., 
on OcL 12, 2006. Pubficatlon dales: 
Oct. 20,27, Nov. 3,10,2006. (PC1011) 


FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 
STATEMENT Ffe Na 20062538. The 
folowing petsonfs) Mate) doing busi¬ 
ness as: BAUBLE, 24730 dtorfito 
StraaL CamiaL CA 93923. JEANNIE 
NDBY, 24730 CabrMo StieeL Cwmal, 
CA 93923. This buainaaa ia oonduclad 
by an Individual. Registrant oom- 
manoad to transact busineas under the 
Iclltious bueirwes name or names list¬ 
ed above on OcL 3, 2006. (s) Jeannie 
Koby. This statement was fiM wittr the 
County Clerk of Monterey County on 
OcL 11, 2006. Pubficatlon dates: Oot. 
20. 27. Nov. 3.10, 2006. (PC1012) 


FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME 
8TAI1EMENT FRe Na 20062456 The 
folowing persorWs) Msre) doing busi¬ 
ness ss: EAST VIlLaOE COFFEE 
LOUNGE. 498 Washington Street, 
Monterey, CA 93940. MOl^REY COF¬ 
FEE CO. LLC, 496 Washington SL, 
Monterey, CA 93940. This business is 
conducted by a limited Nabittty com(>a- 
ny. Registrant commenced to transact 
business under the fictitious business 
nanrte or names listed above on Oct. 1, 
2006. (s) Dean McAthie. This state¬ 
ment was Med with the County Clerk of 
Monterey Ckxjnty on Sept. 29, 2006. 
Publication dates: Oct. 20, 27, Nov. 3, 
10. 2006. (PC1013) 


FKmTIOUS BUSINESS NAME 
STATEMENT Fife No. 20062560 The 
following persorV^ Mare) doing busi¬ 
ness aa: CIAO BELLA TERRA, 59038 
Paris Valley Road, San Lucas, CA 
93954. JAf^ EVELYN ROSSI, 59038 
Paris Valley Road, San Lucas, CA 
93954. This business is conducted by 
an individual. Registrant commerrced 
to trarraact business under the fictitious 
business name or names listed above 
on N/A. (s) Janet Evelyn Rossi. This 
statement was filed with the County 
Clerk of Monterey County on OcL 12, 
2006. Publication dates: Oct. 20, Zt. 
Nov. 3,10. 2006. (PC1014) 


NOTICE OF APPUCATIONTO 
SELL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. 
Date of Fifing /\pplication; 
August 24. aoeT^ 

To Whom It May Conoam; 

The Name of the Applicant »; 
CHEESE SHOP ilC.TME^^ 

The applicants listed above are 
applying to the Department of 
AtoonoRc Beverage Control to sell alco¬ 
holic beveraoes at; 

O c ean 9 Juniparo cor of Carmel 
Plaza. Cantial. CAn921 
Type of license: 

42 - Orr-SatoBaerandWIna- 
Publlc Premleee 

Publication dates: Oct. 20, 27, Nov. 3, 
2006 (PC1015). 


SUmiOHCOUNT 
OFCAUFONNU 
COUNTY OF MONTNIY 

ONDR TO SHOW CAUSI 
FON CNAHOI OF NAMI 

Case NO. M81293. 

TO ALL INTERESTED PER¬ 
SONS: petitioner. SERGIO SANCHEZ 
and EUGENIA SANCHEZ, filed a peti¬ 
tion with thts court tor a decree chvig- 
ing narrres as tolows: 


AfnisDLom: 

AfUMtt&tMMEZ 

CmooMMLoMDi: 

AMY ARAMI8 SfiNCHEZ 

THE COURT ORDERS that Ml 

pWvOnS VhWWWi «9 TO iraBiv fflMi 

appear bafosa Ihia court M 9ia hearing 
inckciiMi btkMt Id i lmif cdiim If anw 
why tie petition for change of name 
snoun noi %m onraKL 
NOTICE OF fKAWMO: 

DATE: Dacambar 8,2006 
TIME: 9:00 a.m. 

DEPT: 

Tha addraaa of tits court la 1200 
AguttjNo Road. Montai m CA 93940. 

A copy of tiiia Order to Show 
Causa shH be pubfialfed M laaM once 
each weak for lour auccaaafws waaka 
prior to tiia data sat tor he a ring bn tha 
pa tit ion in lha folowin g nawapapar of 
ganarM drculalion, prinlad fri this 
county: The Carmel Pine Cone, 
CarmM. 

(a) Robert OTwtMI 
Judge of tha Superior Court 
Data fifed: OcL 16.2006. 

Cfeifc: Uaa M. QMdoa 
Dapuiy: C. WHfema 

Pubfication dataa: OcL 27. Nov. 3. 
10.17, 2006. (PC1016) 


FICTITIOUS 
ST W EMENT Fla Na 20062514 Tha 

I., PaoMc GfOVS, CA 93960. 
KING W. LUI, 360 McCfelan Ava., 
Monferayi CA 93940. SOHYBf YOON, 
360 Mc Cfe l a n Ava., Monlaray, CA 
93940. This buainaaa ia conducted by a 
huabaitd and arife. Regisfranl oom- 
manoad to tranaact buainaaa undar tha 
fictitious buainaaa name or namaa M- 


ad above on OcL 6, 2006. (a) King W. 
Lui. This at a femant was IfiM wNh the 
County Clark of Monfersy County on 
OcL 6, 2006. Pubfication dalaa: OcL 
27. Nov. 3. 10.17. 2006. (PC1017) 


NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE 
Thjafea Safe Na 5395 Loan Na 02S06 
TMa Order Na 3038065 APN 416 194 
009 YOU ARE M DEFAULT UNDER A 
DEED OF TRUST DATED 0M6AW. 
UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO 
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY 
BE SOLO AT A PUBLIC SALE. W 
YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF 
THE NATURE OF THE PROCEED- 
INQS AGUUNST YOU, YOU SHOULD 
CONTACT A LAWYER. On 
Nova m bar 17. 2006 a| 10d» AM, 
GOLDEN Wm FORECLOSURE 
SERVICE, INC., A CaHfomia 
Corpora-dlon as tha duly a ppofritad 
Thia t aa under and pursuant loDeed of 
IhJSt Recorded on 03/03105 DOCU¬ 
MENT: 20Q5020732 of offidM records 
in the OfllM of the Recorder of MON¬ 
TEREY County, CaMomia, axecutod 
by: CRAIG L /aAlDE AND LAURi B. 
ATAIDE, HUSBAND AND WIFE. AS 
COMMUNITY PROPERTY, as Trustor, 
BAYMARK FINANCIAL. INC., A CALf- 
FORNIA CORPORATION, as 
Banaficiary, WU. BELL AT PUBLIC 
AUCnON TO THE HUHEST BH)DER 
FOR CASH (parabfe M time of safe in 
lawful money of lha UnNad Stales, by 
cash, a cashferls check drawn by a 
state or nalionM bank, a check drawn 
by a atafe or fedarM cradR uition, or a 
check drawn by a state or federal sav¬ 
ings and loan aaaooiaUon, savings 
assodatton, or aavinga bank specified 
In section 5102 of the FinariciM Coda 
aiKl authorized to do business in this 
sta^. At: THE MAIN SOUTH 
ENTRANCE TO THE NORTH WING 
OF THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE AT 
240 CHURCH STREET. SALINAS. 
CA, al right title and interest conveyed 
to arto now held by it urKtor said Deed 
of IhMt in the property situatod in said 
County, CaMomia describing the land 
therein: SEE EXHIBIT *A’ ATTACHED 
HERETO. EXHIBrr A The Land Is 
Situated In UnitKorporated Area, 
County Of Monterey State Of 
California, And Described As Folows: 
PARCEL 1: Lot 9. As Shown On That 
Certain Map Entitled, 'TVact No. 1041, 
Mesa Hills Y/est', Filed Record 

October 21,1966, In VokitTW 16, Cities 
And Towns, At Page 4. PARCEL 2: 
Together With A Non-Exclusive 
Easement For Ingress, Egress And 
Public Utilities 60 ^t In Over 
AM Of That Certain Easement Krxjwn 
As "Ridge Road", Described In The 
Deed Recorded In Reel 556 Of Official 
Records Of Monterey County At Pago 
135, Reserving therefrom Unto 
Grantor, Its Sucosssors Aixf Assigns, 
The Right To Dedicate The Same Or 
Any Thereof To The County Of 
Monterey Or Other Appro^iate 
Political Subdivision Of The State Of 
Cafifomia. PARCEL 3: Together With A 
Non-Exclusive Easement For Ingress, 
Egress Arto Public Utilities 60 F^t In 
Width Over All Of That Certain 
Easement (Parcels 1-6 Inclusive) 
Described In The Deed Recorded In 
Reel 591 Of Official Records Of 
Monterey County At Page 86 Therein. 
Reserving Therefrom Unto Grantor, Its 
Succeeaors And Asaigne, The Right To 
Dedicafe The Same (> Any Thereof To 
The County Of fiHonterey Or Other 
Appropriate Political Subdivision Of 
The State Of CaMomia. PARCEL 4: A 
Non-Exduslve E aa emant Foe Ingress, 
Egress And Public Utilities Over /Ul 
Those Certain Lands Des cri bed In The 
Deed From Indian Ridge Development 
Corp., A Massachusetts Corporation 
To Western TWe Guaranty Company, 
Monterey County Division, A 
Corporation, Dated PMwuary 23, 1970 
And Recorded March 10, 1970, On 
Reel 642, Page 628, Urxfer Recorder's 
Series No. G0549S, Monterey County 
Records. Excepting Therefrom All That 
Portion Of The Easement Described In 
The Deed To Indian Ridge 
Devetopment CorporMion Dated May 
3, 1968 And Recorded May 6, 1968, 
On Reel 556, Official Recorm, At Page 
135, Which Was Abandoned And Lies 
Between The Easteriy And Westerly 
Points Of The Easement Described In 
Parcel VII. Herein. PARCEL 5: A Non- 
Exclusive Easement For Ingress, 
Egress And Public Utilities Over All 
Those Certain Larxls Described In The 
Deed From Utah Construction Arto 


Mining Co., A Delaware Corporation To 
Western Title Guaranty Company, 
Monterey County Division, A Cafijbmia 
Corporation, Dated February 23, 1970 
Atkj Recorded March 10, 1970, On 


Rael 642, Onctol ffe co rd s. At Page 
636. ExoHtling Tharafrom Al That 
Portion Of Eaaamart KJ4. Daacrtoad 
Tharoin Which Waa Abandonad And 
Lfe D atwaan Tha Eaalarly And 
Waalarly Pofrife Of Tha Eaaama n t 
UMonna m toopi /, rwnwt Alto 
Exoapttng Tharafrom Al That Cartain 
E aa amant Baaignafed Aa "Fulura 
Eaaamanr, Aa Sat Out In Said 
Inatrumant. PARCEL 6: A Non- 
Exduaiva Eaa amant For Road And 
Utility Purpoaaa 84 Faat Wide Aa 
Shown On Record Of Survey Of 
Diviaion Of 32.719 Acre Parcel In CNy 
Lands Of Monterey, TVact No. 2, 
Monterey County. CaMomia FMad For 
Record September 11.1970 In Volume 
9 Of SurvM At Page 107. Excepitog 
Therefrom Al That Portion l^lng WNhin 
The Ea a amant Convayad lo wa te m 
Title Guaranty Compaiw, Monterey 
County Division Dated M MTuary 23, 
1970 And Recorded March 10. 1970 
On Reel 642, Official Records, At Page 
635. PARCEL 7: Non-Exdusive 
Easements For Ingress, Egrees And 
Public UMities Over, Urxtor And Along 
A Portion Of The Lands Of Utah 
Construction And Minmg Company, 
Described In Paroel B-2, Of The Deed 
Recorded In Reel 620 Of Offidei 
Records Of Monterey County, Al Page 
428, Said EaaamanI Bei n g 64 Feet In 
Width And Lying 42 Fast w Each Sida 
Of The R>lowing Dascritwd 
CanterNnes; Easement 'Vyeat* 
Beginning At A Poinl On The East 
Bourtdary Of SaM Lands Of Utah 
Conatruclion And Mfriing Company, 
Diatant Tharaon Nortir 600.84 Feet 
From Tha Southeast Corner Of Said 
Lancte, Thence South 73 Dag. 40 Min. 
30 Sac. West. 768.82 Feet To A 
Tangent Inter-Section On The Arc Of 
That Cartain 1000.00 Fool Radius 
Curve Deecribed In That Cartain 
Exiating "Ing r aas, Egraaa And Pubic 
UtiMfes E aaa m ant IA*, Described In 
Deed Recorded In Reel 642 Of Official 
Records Of Monterey County, At Page 
635, From Which The Radtos Thereof 
Bears North 16 Deg. 19 Min. 20 Sec. 
WesL And The EaMerty Termtous Of 
Said Curve Bears 111.11 Feat Along 
Tha Arc Thereof, Through A Centru 
Angle Of 6 Deg. 21 liiln. 58 Sec., 
Herein Deecribed Easement Being 
Fully Contiguous At Its Westerly 
Tarrninus To Said Existing *Easement 
UL* And Fully Contiguous At its 
Easterly TermirHis To A Lirw That 
Bears North. Easement *East* 
Beginning At A Point On The East 
Boundary Of Said Lands Of Utah 
Construction Artd Mining Company, 
Distant Thereon North 600.84 Feet 
From The Southeast Comer Of Said 
Land; Thence North 73 Deg. 40 Min. 30 
Sec. East, 199.20 Feet To A Tarrgent 
Intersection On The Arc Of That 
Certain 1000.00 Foot Radius Curve 
HavirKj A Central Arrgfe Of 9 Deg. 03 
Min. 57 Sec. Ar>d On /Vc Lerigtii Of 
158.23 FeeL Described In That Certain 
Deed To "M Fool Wide E asem e nt *,- 
Recorded In Reel 556 Of Official 
Records, Of Monterey County, At Page 
1235, And Also In That Certmn 
"Easement To Increase Width Of 
Saddle Road Right-Of-Way To 84 
FeeT, Described In Deed Recorded In 
Reel 642 Of Official Records Of 
Monterey County, At Page 632, From 
Which Intersection, The Radius 
Thereof Bears North 16 Deg. 19 Min. 
30 Sec. West, And The Wester^ 
Termirtus Of Said Curve Bears 122.67 
Feet Along The Arc Thereof, Through A 
Central A^igel Of 7 Deg. 01 Min. 42 
Sec.; Herein Described Easement 
Being Fufiy Corrttouous At Its Easterly 
TemrMnus To Sakf Easement Desertoed 
In Said Recorded In Reel 556, At Page 
135, And In Reel 642, At Page 632, 
And Fully Contiguous At Its Westerly 
Terminus To A Line That Bears North. 
PARCEL 8: Ail Those Certain 
Easenrtents For Natural Drainage 
Purposes, Over Certain Real Property 
Situate In The County Of Moriterey, 
State Of CaMomia, Lying Within The 
Boundary Of That Certain 3.532 /^cre 
Parcel Described In The Deed From 
Utah Construction And Mining 
Company To Edward F. Hogan And 
Margaret M. Hogan, Dated May 19, 
1970 And Recorded July 6, 19TO In 
Reel 657 Of Official Records Of 
Monterey County, At Page 144; And 
Also Lying Within The Boundary Of 
That certain 1200.020 Acre Parcel 
Described In Deed From Utah 
Construction And Mining Company To 
Hidden HiHs Larto Company, Recorded 
January 25, 1967, In Reel 491 Of 
Official Records Of Monterey County, 
At Page 279, Said Easements Being 
More Particularty 20 Feet In Width And 
Lying 10 Feet On Each Side Of The 
Following Described Centerline: 
Easement A - Beginning At The 
Existing OutfaN Of An 18 Inch Storm 
Drain Within The Boundary Of Said 
1200.00 Acre Parcel. From Which The 
Southerly Comer Of Said 3.532 Acre 
Parcel wars South 28 Deg. 53 Min 
West, 41.87 Feet; Thence /Uong A 
Natural Drainage Course (1) North 24 
Deg. 00 Min. East, 85 Feet; Thence (2) 
North 12 Deg. 00 Min. East. 160 Feet; 
Thence (3) North 16 Deg. 30 Min. East, 
178 Feet; Thence (4) North 9 Deg. 00 
Min. East, 178 Fwt Easement B - 
Beginning At The Existing Outfall Of An 
18 Inch Storm Drain Within The 
■Boundary Of Said 3.532 Acre Parcel 
From Which The Southerly Corner Of 
Said 3.532 Acre Parcel Bears South 28 
Dog. 16 Min. 35 Sec. East, 441.37 
Feet; TherK» Along A Natural Drainage 
Course (Ij^North 87 Dog. 00 Min. East. 

147 Foot Thence (2) North 46 Dog. 00 
Min. East. 86.59 Feet To An 


The WMterty 
Boundary Of Said 1200.020 Acra 
PHoat;Tha(M Enteriru Said 1200.020 
Acre Paroal (3) North 46 Dag. 00 Min. 
Eaat 231.41 ^ To An toferaacion 
WNh Tha Northarfy Tarminua Of Couraa 
(4) Of "Eaaamant A", Harain Daacribad; 
Thanoa (4) North 69 Dag. 30 Min. Eart. 
260 Faat Eaaamant C - Beginning At 
Tha ExIaiing OulM Of An 18 Inch 
Storm Drain WHhln Tha Boundary Of 
Sted 3.532 Acra Pareal From Which 
Tha Southarty Comar Of Said 3.532 
Acn Paroal Baaia South 4 Dag. 54 fifiin 
25 Sac. EaaL 860.48 Faat; Thanoa 
Along A Natural Drainaga Couraa (1) 
S<^ 82 Dag. 20 Min. East 74.23 Faat 
To An Intetaection WNh Tha Westorty 
Boundary Of Sakf 1200.020 Acre 
Paroal; Thanoa Entering Said 1200.020 
Acra Paroal m South 82 Dog. 30 fi«n. 
East, 150.77 fW; Thanoa (3rSouth 75 
Dag. 00 Min. East. 130 F6at;Thenoa (4) 
South 57 Dag. 30 IMin. EasL 160 Feet 
To An Interaection With The 
Northeasterly TarmirNJS Of Course (4) 
Of •Esssment B*, Harain Described 
Thence (5) North 76 Deg. 30 Min. EssL 
183 Feat; ThatK» (6) North 56 Deg. 30 
Min. EasL 262 Fsal; Thence (71 North 
53 Deg. 30 Min. EasL 378 Feet; Thence 
(8) North 75 Deg. 30 Min. EasL 136 
^Thsnos (9) North 75 Dag. 00 Min. 
EaaL 178 Fast; Thanoa (10) North 1 
Dog. 00 friln. Eaat, 366 FM; Thsrtoe 
(11) North 9 Deg. 00 Min. EasL 143 
Thence (12) North 26 Dag. 00 
Min. EaaL 168 f^; Thanoa (13) North 
41 Dag. 00 Min. EasL 338 Faat; Thence 
(14) No(« 30 Dag. 00 Min. EaaL 513 
FmL Thanoa (15) North 40 Dag. 30 
Min. Eaat, 127.50 Faat To An 


30 Deg 
“1 

Intersaction WNh Tha Bourxlary Of Said 
1200.020 Acra Paroal. From Which The 
Soutfwrfy Right-Of-Way Lkw Of 
Salinas-Monterey Highway (80 
Wkto), Aa Daaoibad In Said Dec 


North 36 


The 
Feel 
Deed To 
Land Company, Bears 
48 frin. » Sac. West 


469.02 The CaHfomia Co- 

OtxHnato System, Zona 4, Has Bean 
Used Aa Tha Baaia Of Baartog Herein. 
Bearings Stated Are Grid Bearings. 
Dis te nce a Stated Are Grid Distenoe. 
PARCEL 9: An Eaaemant For Sanitary 
Sawer Purposes, Lying Within The 
Boundary Of Thai 6irtein 1200.020 
Acre Paroal Described In Deed From 
Utah Construction And frlining 
Company To Hidden HiHs Land 
Company Re-Recordad January 25, 
19677 In Reel 491 Of Officiai Records 
Of Monterey County, At Pago 279, Said 
Easement Being fifiore Particularty 10 
Feet In Width Arxf Lying 5 Feet On 
Each Side Of The Folowing Described 
Centerline: Beginning At A Point On 
The Westerly Boundary Of Said 
1200.020 Acre Paroel, From Which Tha 
Southwaatorly Comer Thereof Bears 
South, 3910.M Feet; Thence (1) North 
53 Deg. 00 Min. E., 110.00 Feet; 
TherKe (2) North 60.Ci0 Feet; Thence 
(3) North 43 Deg. 30 Min. West, 127.62 
Feet To An Intersection With Said 
W ee to riy Boundary Of Sakf 1200.020 
Acre Paroel. The Cafifomia Co-Ordinate 
System, Zone 4, Has Been Used As 
The Basis Of Bearing Herein. Bearings 
Stated Are Grid Bearings. Distances 
Stated Are Grid Distances. PARCEL 
10: Non-Exdusive Easement For 
Ingress And Egress Over Roads 
Designated "Hidden Mesa Place", 
"Hiddsn Mesa Court”, And Various 
Unnamed New Roads Shown On The 
Maps As "Road Arto Utility Easements", 
Sakf Maps Filed October 21, 1986, 
Tfad Ma^ 1040, 1041 /Vid 1042, In 
Volume 16 Maps, "Cities And Towns", 
At Page 3, 4 And 5. PARCEL 11: Non- 
Exdusive Easement For Ingress And 
Egress Over "Hidden Mesa Road", (A 
Private Road). Shown On Mac Filed 
For Record October 21, 1986, On Map 
Entitled Trad 1041 Mesa HHIs We^ 
In Volume 16 Ma^>s, "Cities And Towns", 
At Page 4. A.P.N. 416 194 009. The 
property heretiotore described is being 
add "as is”. The street axldress and 
other common designation, if any, of the 
real property described above Is pur¬ 
ported to be: 25480 BOOTS ROAD, 
MONTEREY, CA 03940. The under¬ 
signed Ihistoe disclaims any liability for 
amy incorrectness of the street address 
amd other common designation, if any, 
shown herein. Sakf sale wiH be made, 
but without covenant or warranty, 
expressed or implied, regarding title, 
possession, or encumbrances, to pay 
the remauning principal sum of the 
note(8) secured by sakf Deed of Trust, 
with interest thereon, ais {provided in 
sakf note(s), advances, if any, under the 
terms of the Deed of Trust, estimated 
fees, charges and expenses of the 
Trustee amd of the trusts created by 
said Deed of Trust, to-wit; 
$1,389,407.78 (Estimated). Accrued 
interest amd aKfditionad advamces, if amy, 
will increase this figure prior to sale. 
The beneficiary under sakf Deed of 
Trust heretofore executed and delivered 
to the undersigned a written 
Declaration of Defautt amd Demand for 
Sale, and a written Notice of Defautt 
arxf Election to SeN. The undersigned 
caused sakf Notice of Default and 
Election to Sell to be recorded in the 
county where the real property is locat¬ 
ed arid more than three months have 
elapsed since such recordation. Date: 
1(V2(VD6 GOLDEN WEST FORECLO¬ 
SURE SERVICE, INC., AS TRUSTEE, 
702 Marshall Street, Suite 619, 
Redwood City, CA 94063-1827. (650) 
369-2150, (530) 672-3033 Trustee's 
Safe Information. By: Michael D. Orth, 
Secretary. NPP0119855 PUB’ 
10/27/06, 11/03/06, 11/10«)6 

Publication Dates: Oct. 27, Nov. 3 10 
2006. (PC1018) 


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Monteray 
626-2222 


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Monterey 
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622-1040 


$649,000 2bd 2ba 
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Mtry/SIns Hwy 
915-6679 


$795,000 2bd 2.Sba 
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ColdweH Banker Del Monte 


Su1-4 
Mtry/SIns Hwy 
' 626-2222 


$1,119,000 3bd2,5ba 
13525 Paseo Terrano 
Sotheby's Inti RE 


Su2-4 
Mtry/SIns Hwy 
659-2267 


$1,149,000 4bd3be 
13025 Reservation Road 
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Mtry/SIns Hwy 
521-3638 


$1,164,000 4bd3ba 

22980 Guidotti Dr. 
Solheby's Infl RE 


Sa 1 ‘SlWa 

Mtry/SIns Hwy 
659-2267 


$1,195,000 3bd2ba 

24552 Rimrock Cyn Rd 
Coldwell Banker Dei Monte 


Su 1-4 
Mtry/SIns Hwy 
626-2222 


$1,249,000 Sbd3.5ba 
337 San Benando Road 
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Mtry/SIns Hwy 
206-9195 


$649,000 2bd Iba 

5129th8trMt 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

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626-2222 

1665,000 2bd2lMCon(lo 

600 Sage Court 

The Jones Group 

Su2-4 
Pacific Grove 
236-7780 

$719,000 3bd 2ba 

306 3rd 

The Jones Group 

Sa2-4 
Pacific Grove 
917-8290 

$720,000 2bd Iba 

651 Spruce Ave 

Sotheby's Inti RE 

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Pacific Grove 
646-2120 

$735,000 2bd1.5ba 

1204 Funston Avenue 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

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626-2226 

$740,000 1t]42ba 

359 Pine Avenue 

J.R. Rouse Real Estate 

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277-3464 

$768,000 2bd Iba 

311 6th Street 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Su1-3 
Pacific Grove 
626-2226 

$798,000 Triplex 

1211 David Avenue 

The Jones Group 

Su 2-4 
Pacific Grove 
917-8290 

$820,000 3bd 2ba 

416 6th Street 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

Su 2-4:30 
Pacific Grove 
622-1040 

$839,000 2bd Iba 

322 Gibson Avenue 

The Jones Group 

Sa 11-1 
Pacific Grove 
241-3141 

$099,000 3bd2tMi 

226 4th Street 

The Jones Group 

Su2-4 
Pacific Grove 
915-1185 

$945,000 4bd2tM 

1014 Sunset Drive 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Sa 1:30-3:30 

Pacific Grove 
626-2226 


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Pacific Grove 
626-2226 

$998,000 4bd 2ba 

709 Eardley Ave 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Su 1:30-3:30 
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626-2222 

$1,095,000 3bd2.5ba 

319 Bishop Ave 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Sa 12:30-3:30 Su 12-2 
Pacific Grove 
626-2222 


$1,975,000 3bd2.5ba 
25800 Paseo Estribo 
Sotheby's Infl RE 


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Mtry/SIns Hwy 
659-2267 


$1,100,000 3bd3ba 
3006 Ransford 
' Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


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Pacific Grove 
626-2222 


$1,995,000 3bd3Jba 

11531 Spur Road 
Keller Williams Realty 


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Mtry/SIns Hwy 
760-2148 


$2,195,000 3bd 3.5ba 
13765 Vista Dorada Dr 
John Saar Properties 


Su 1-4 
Mtry/SIns Hwy 
6250500 


$2,195,000 4bd3.5ba 
10905 Saddle Road 
Keller Williams Realty 


Su 1:30-3:30 
Mtry/SIns Hwy 
915-8767 


$3,395,000 3bd 3,5b6 

11550 Spur Road 


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915-8767 



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Coldwell Banker del Monte 

8u1-4 
Mtry/SIns Hwy 
504-5623/4244J771 x31 

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404 Grove Acre 

J.R. Rouse Real Estate 

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277-2382 

$3,000,000 3bd34ba 

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Mtry/SIns Hwy 
241-8206 / 601-8424 

$1,210,000 4bd2lM 

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Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

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626-2221 

$1,050,000 3bd2.SlM 

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Keller Williams Realty 

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Mtry/SInsHwy 

402-1280 

$1,239,000 2bd2ba 

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917-8290 


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The Jones Group 


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Pacific Grove 
241-3141 


$683,000 3bd 2ba 

14835 Black Oak Drive 
Sotheby's Int'l RE _ 


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No. Monterey County 
&9-2267 


$1,330,000 3bd 3.5ba each 
137 4th St TRIPLEX 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Su 12-2 
Pacific Grove 
626-2221 


$815,000 4bd2ba 

9828 Colonial Place 
John Saar Properties 


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No. Monterey County 
625-0500 


$819,000 4bd 2.5ba 

14872 Mossy Oak Place 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


Sa2-4 

No. Monterey Count 


ey County 
622-1040 


$1,050,000 3bd2.5ba 

8050 Teichman 
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Sa 2:30-5 
No. Monterey County 
622-1040 


$1,139,000 4bd3ba 
18430 Meadow Ridge Rd. 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


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No. Monterey County 
622-1040 


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1551 Cougar Drive North Salinas 

Sotheby's Infl RE 659-2267 


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512 9th Street Pacific Grove 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 626-2222 


$1,395,000 4bd2ba 

307 7th St 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Su 12-2 

Pacific Grove 
626-2222 

$1,399,000 3bd3ba 

494 Grove Acre 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Sa 2:3(M:30 

Pacific Grove 
626-2222 

$1,429,000 3bd2ba 

208 Carmel Ave 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Sa 2:30-4:30 

Pacific Grove 
626-2222 

$1,595,000 3bd2ba 

1067 Morse Drive 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Sa 11-1 

Pacific Grove 
626-2226 

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$1,025,000 2bd2ba 

4109 Pine Meadows Way 

RE/MAX Monterey Peninsula 

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Pebble Beach 
624-5967 

$1,200,000 3bd2.5ba 

1211 Lake Court 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Su2-4 
Pebble Beach 
626-2221 

$1,295,000 3bd2ba 

2799 Forest Lodge 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

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Pebble Beach 
622-1040 


$1,380,000 3bd2Jba 
4192 Surwidge Road 
Sotheby's Infl RE 


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Pebbla Beach 
648-2120 


$1,496,000 3bd3ba 
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Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


8u2~4 
Pebble Beach 
626-2221 


$1,825,000 4bd4ba 
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Sotheby's Inn RE 


Su2-4 
Pebble Beach 
646-2120 


$1,690,000 3bd2ba 

10^ Rodeo 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Sa2-5 
Pebble Beach 
626-2223 


$1,090,000 3bd2ba 

1052 Rodeo 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Su2-4 
Pebble Beach 
626-2223 


$1,095,000 4bd3ba 

3069 Hacierrda Drive 
RE/MAX Monterey Peninsula 


Sa2-4 
Pebble Beach 
917-1432 


$1,695,000 4bd3ba 

3089 Hacienda Drive 
RE/MAX Monterey Peninsula 


Su1-4 
Pebble Beach 
624-5967 


$1,747,000 3bd2ba 
987 Coral Drive 
Sotheby's Inti RE 


Su 1:30-3:30 
Pebble Beach 
646-2120 


$1,775,000 3bd2ba 

3109 Hermitage Road 
Keller Williams Realty 


Sa 24 Su 12:30-4:30 
Pebble Beach 
402-9451 / 601-9740 


$1,945,000 3bd3.5ba 

2913 17 Mile Drive 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


SaSu1-4 
Pebble Beach 
622-1040 


$2,250,000 3bd 2.5ba 

963 C<Hal 

Alain Pirwl Realtors 


Sa2-4 
Pebble Beach 
622-1040 



$2,250,000 4bd 3ba 

975 Cayuse Circle 

Coidwefi Banker Del Monte 

Su1-3 
Pebble Beach 
626-2222 

$2,790,000 3bd 2.5ba 

3113 BirdRock 

Sotheby's Int'l RE 

Su1-3' 
Pebble Beach 
646-2120 

$2,895,000 3bd 3.5be • 

3080 Stevenson 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

Sa12-2 
Pebble Beach 
622-1040 

$2,895,000 4bd 3.5ba 

1060 Rodeo 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

Sa2-4 
Pebble Beach 
622-1040 

$2,900,000 3bd 3ba 

2845 17 Mile Dr 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Sal-4 
Pebble Beach 
626-2222 

$2,995,000 2bd3ba 

3180 Bird Rock 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 

Su12-2 
Pebble Beach 
626-2221 

$3,250,000 4bd 3.5ba 

1130 Pelican Road 

Solheby's Infl RE 

8u1-4 
Pebble Beach 
646-2120 

$3,505,000 ZbaiJSbm 

1534 Riata Rd 

John Saar Properties 

Sa2-4 8u1-5 
Pebble Beach 
625-0500 

$3,695,000 5bd 5.5ba 

3140 Spruance 

Coldwetl Banker Del Monte 

Su1-3 
Pebble Beach 
626-2221 


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8a12-2 

2960 Cormorant 

Pebble Beach 

Sotheby's Int'l RE 

648-2120 

$3,995,000 6bd 74ba 

Su2-4 

1548 Viscaino 

Pebble Beach 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

622-1040 

$4,395,000 4bd 44ba 

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1504 Viscaino 

Pebble Beach 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

622-1040 

$4,495,000 3bd 3ba 

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1688 Crespi Larie 

Pebble Beach 

Alain Pinel Realtors 

622-1040 


$4,950,000 3bd 3.5ba 

3076 Birdrock 
Sotheby's Int'l RE 


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Keller Williams Realty 


Su1-4 
Pebble Beach 
646-2120 


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Prunedale 
831 esseeeeMoseo^oTTB 


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906 Harcourt #B 
Keller Williams Realty 


Sa 1-3 
Seaside 
236-7976 


$559,000 2bd Iba 
1066 Palm Avenue 
Sotheby's Infl RE 


Sa 1:30-3:30 
Seaside 
659-2267 


$799,000 3bd 2ba 

1976 Luzern 
Sotheby's Int'l RE 


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$565,000 3bd2ba 

975 Sloat 

John Saar Properties 


Sa 1:30-4 
Seaside 
659-2267 


Su2-4 
South Salinas 
625-0500 


$565,559 3bd 2ba 

717 Colton Drive 
RE/MAX Monterey Peninsula 


Su2-4 
South Salinas 
402-0432 


$589,000 3bd2ba 

412 Brighton 
Sotheby's Infl RE 


Su2-4 
South Salinas 
659-2267 


$596,000 3bd 2ba 

823 Via Maria 

Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


Su1-3 
South Salinas 
626-2222 


$629,600 3bd2ba 

1054 University Avenue 
RE/MAX Monterey Peninsula 


8u1-4 
South Salinas 
595-1593 


$679,000 3bd 1.5ba 
229 Hawthorne 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


8a 1-4 

South Salinas 
622-1040 


$890,000 4bd3ba 

4 Wilgarl Way 
Alain Pinel Realtors 


Su2-4 
South Salinas 
622-1040 



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600 Sage Court 
The Jones Grou 


Su2-4 
Pacific Grove 
236-7780 


$1,299,000 3bd2.5ba 
2802 Corraress Road 
Coldwell Banker Del Monte 


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Pebble Beach 
626-2222 


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October 27, 2006 


POLICE LOG 

Prom page 9RE 

CanncKby-the-Sea: Found Palm Pilot — 
RTO. Reporting party came to the station to 
turn over a Palm Pilot he found in the area of 
Casanova and Seventh. Reporting party did not 
know who owned the Palm Pilot, and there was 
no one in the immediate area. On today’s date, 
officer looked through the Palm Pilot in order 
to locate the owner. Officer was able to contact 
the owner, and the Palm Pilot was released. 


Carmel-by-the-Sea: Fire engine and 
ambulance were dispatched to a medical 
emergency at Lincoln and Ocean. Upon 
arrival at 0149 hours, crews found two 
patients who had been involved in a fight. 
Patients were a female in her 30s complain¬ 
ing of head pain secondary fo being pushed 
to the ground. Patient evaluated, c-spined 
and transported to CHOMP by ambulance. 
Other patient was a female in her 20s com¬ 
plaining of head pain secondary to hair 
being pulled. Patient refused treatment and 
signed a medical release. Engine cleared and 
returned at 0213 hours. 


Carmel-by-the-Sea: Ambulance responded 
to a mutual aid request from Westmed to 
Cypress Drive for a male in his SOs with dizzi¬ 
ness. Patient transported Code 2 to CHOMP. 
Clear of call. 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Fire engine and ambu¬ 
lance responded to medical emergency on 
Lincoln Street. Engine and ambulance on 
scene. Crew assisted with vitals, bleeding con¬ 
trol, patient report information and loading for 
a male in his 70s who had suffered a near syn¬ 
copal episode and struck his head. Patient 
transported to CHOMP by ambulance. 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Ambulance en route 
to DLI Monterey for a medical emergency on 
Rifle Range Road. Arrived on scene, access to 
patient from roadway. ALS procedures. Patient 
prepared for transport. Ambulance en route to 
CHOMP Code 2 with one patient. Ambulance 
' arrived at CHOMP. Patient care transferred to 
hospital staff. 


Carmel area: Female at Rio Road and 


Highway 1 stated the received an e-mail on 
Oct 18 that stated a bomb was on the 
premises and would be detonated soon. 


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Citizen assist on San 
Carlos Street. Units found an intoxicated 
female sitting on the ground in the business 
district. She was found to be accompanied by a 
female friend who requested officers’ assis¬ 
tance in obtaining a taxi. Officers stood by 
until a taxi arrived and safely returned them to 
their hotel. 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Units were dispatched 
to a Lincoln Street bar to a reported 911 hang¬ 
up. Upon arrival, a group was contacted out¬ 
side the bar. It was learned that there was an 
altercation between two parties inside the bar 
and was escalating outside the bar. Units were 
able to resolve the situation peacefully. All par¬ 
ties were field identified and released. 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Vehicle towed for 
being expired as of September 1998. The vehi¬ 
cle had a 2007 tab affixed to it. Further investi¬ 
gation pending. 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Accident. Traffic col¬ 
lision on private property on Eighth Avenue. 
Vehicle was drivable. 


Carmel-by-the-Sea: Damaged vehicle ou 
Ocean Avenue. Driver reported that his tod¬ 
dler son accidentally opened the vehicle’s 
rear door while the driver was trying to 
park. The open door struck another vehicle, 
damaging the left rear tail light The driver 
was unable to located the owner of the vehi¬ 
cle on the beach. The driver was advised to 
leave his contact information on the dam¬ 
aged vehicle. It was also suggested to the dri¬ 
ver that he photograph the damaged vehicle 
for insurance purposes. 


Carmel-by-the-Sea: Theft from person. 
Unknown suspect stole the reporting party’s 
camera somewhere in Carmel. 

Carmel-by-the-Sea: Accident. Traffic col¬ 
lision on private property at Fifth and Dolores. 
Vehicle was drivable. Female driver, age 66, 
arrested for a traffic collision while driving 


under the influence. 

Carmel-by-the-Sen: Fire engine and ambu¬ 
lance responded to a medical emergency on 
Junipero Street. Engine and ambulance on 
scene. Crew assisted ambulance personnel with 
bandaging, patient report information and 
loading of two patients of unknown age with 
minor lacerations and abrasions wlio were 
extremely intoxicated. Both patients transport¬ 
ed to CHOMP by ambulance. Engine returned. 


Carmel-by-tlie-Sca: Ambulance reqxmd- 
ed to a mutual aid request for Westmed to a 
medical emergency on Rio Road. A male in his 
SOs experienced a syncopal q)i8ode and was 
tran^xwted Code 2 to CHOMP. 

Carmel-by-the-Sca: Ambulance dis¬ 
patched to the area of Cypress Drive for a med¬ 
ical emergency, female in her SOs with a bro¬ 
ken wrist on a tour bus. Ambulance en route to 
CHOMP Code 2 with one patient. 


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Imagine an elegant state¬ 
ment of Old World architec¬ 
ture coupled with beautiful 
ocean views in the prime estate area of Pebble Beach. There are 
many classic features about this home that truly set it apart from 
the conventional home; honed plank oak floors, extensive use of 
Carmel stone walls, large fireplaces and rustic beams. All rooms 
are spacious with three bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths, formal dining 
room, and an upper level library, separate den off the Master 
Bedroom, workshop and more. 


Offered at $2,995,000 


This romantic Mediterranean 

retreat is a masterpiece of 
European architecture and 
ambiance. It is only steps to the white sands of Carmel beach 
and 4 blocks from downtown Carmel. Reconstructed using the 
finest imported materials from Europe: French limestone fire¬ 
places, lichen covered tile roof, hardwood and stone floors, 
hand hewn beams, antique fixtures, and more. The 110’x 100’ 
beautifully landscaped almost triple lot provides privacy in the 
heart of it all. 


Offered at $5,950,000 


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Octobef 27, 2006 


Carmel Ptr>e Cone Real Estate 


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BROC€HINI 

From pi^e 5RE 


But Pfcbbic Beach’s $1,560,000 median 
price in the third quarter last year went way 
up to $2,413,000 tfiis year (a number distort¬ 
ed by the small number of sales). Monterey 
also went iq), from $880,000 last year to 
$928,500; Pacific Grove, $842,000 to 
$895,000; and Seaside $559,500 to 
$642,000. 

The Distribution of Sales Chart continues 
to show just how expensive housing is on the 
Peninsula. Eleven percent of the sales during 
the quarter were more dian $2 million, and a 
full 31 percent more than $1 million. At the 
other end of the spectrum, only 23 percent of 
the sales were leu dian $700,000, almost all 
of those in Marina and Seaside. 


On Oct. 1, the Market Barometer read¬ 
ings (the percentage of listings in escrow) 
were quite low. Only two markets, Del Rey 
Oaks and Monterey topped 20 percent, our 
minimum number for a decent market. Even 
these two were down from last year. The 
major declines were Pacific Grove, 49 per¬ 
cent to 14 percent; Marina, 39 percent to 9 
percent; and Salinas-Monterey Highway, 42 
percent to 8 percent. These low Barometer 
numbers augur a slow fourth quarter. 

It is impossible to know where we go 
from here. We have read national commenta¬ 
tors predicting a two- to three-year slump. 
But your guess is probably as good as theirs. 
We have used the famous quote of Danish 
physicist, Niels Bohr, before, but we still 
love it, so here it is again. Bohr said: “I 
refuse to make predictions, especially about 
the future.” 

That is what we say,'too! 


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PUBUC NOTICE 

NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVEN 
that tha Planning Commlaalon of 
tha City of Ca r m al by l ha 8 aa wW 
conduct a public haartng In tha 
City HaN Council Chambara, local- 
ad on tha aaat sMa of MonlaVaida 
b atwaan Ooaan and Sauanth 
Avanuaa, on Wad n aad a y, 
Novambar 8, 2008. Tha pubHc 
haari n g a wM ba opanad m 4:80 
p jn. or aa aoon tharaa f tar aa poa- 
alMa. Nola: ona or mora of tha 
Hama may ba on tha Conaant 
Aganda. Hama on tha Conaant 
Agenda arlN ba approvad without 
diacuaalon unlm aomaona 
raq u a ata othanr la a. For aH other 
Mama ataff aHN praaa nt tha pto- 
lact, than tha appHoant ana aN 
Hitaraatad ma mb ar a of tha pubNc 
wNI ba aMowa d to apaafc or offar 
writtan taattmony bafora tha 
Commlaalon takaa action. 
Dadalona to apprawa or dany tha 
projact may ba appealed to tha 
City Council by fling a awIM a ii 
notica of appeal wHh maoffloaof 
tha City CIM within tan (10) word¬ 
ing d^ lollowftng tha oMa of 
action by tha Planning 
Commlaalon and paying a $260.00 
a p p eal faa aa aatabianad by tha 
Clif CouncN. For thoaa pna i a cta 
llatad aa appaalaMa to tha 
Calltomla Co aa t a l Commlaalon, 
appaala may ba IWad dbactN with 
tha Coa ata l Commlaalon mr no 
tea, by fling a writtan notloa of 
appa« anth tha Coaatal 
Commlaalon’a Central Coaat 
office In Santa Cruz. Such 
appaala muat ba fiad within tan 
working daya of tha Coaatal 
Commlaalon% raoaipt of tha City’a 
Final Local Action Nodoa. 

H you chalenge the nature of the 
propo^ action In court, you may be 
limited to raising only those Issues 
you or someone else raised at the 
public hearing described in this 
notice, or in written correspondence 
delivered to the Planning 
Commission or the City Council at, 
or prior to, the public hearing. 

UP 06-16 

Cynthia MacOermott 

T-MobHe 

W/8 Torres bet 5 & 6 

Block 59, Lot(s) pts 5, 7, 9, 13, 
15& 17 

Consideration of a Use Permit 
application for the irrstaHotion of cel¬ 
lular antermas on an existkrg hotel 
located In the Residential and 
Limited Commercial (RC) District. 

Consideration of amerrdments to 
the Carmel Municipal Code and the 
Local Coastal Program Implemen¬ 
tation Plan. The amendment revises 


chapter 17.22 of the Municipal Code 
arxt the Local Coastal Implemarr- 
tation Plan rsgardiiig Cornmunity 
Planning Districts. Tm proposed 
amerKtment would allow establish¬ 
ment of a Community Plan on prop¬ 
erties of any size wlmout meemg a 
minimum area raqukamanL Tha pro¬ 
posed amerrdrrrent would also estab¬ 
lish a Community Plan (the Forest 
Cottages Community Plan) on a site 
locoled west of Torres Street, south 
of Ocean Avenue and north ol 
Mountain View. (Block 79, Lots 1 thru 
4). 

The Ptannkrg Commission may 
take action to oontihue the matter to 
a future meeting or may forward the 
proposed amendments to the City 
CourKM tor adoption. The proposed 
amerKknents wW not bacom eftoc- 
tive until the)r are approved arrd cer¬ 
tified by the CalHornia Coastal 
Commission. 

Date of Publication: October 27, 
2006 

PLANMNG COMMISSION 


Publication dates; Oct. 27, 2006. 
(PC1019) 


ncnilOUS BUSBIESS name state¬ 
ment FleNa 20062487 The blowing 
personfs) ts(are) doing business as: 
UtrS CHANCE DISCOVERIES, 
Unooin & eth, Su Vidno Court #8, 
Cwmei, CA 93921. FRANCESCA V. 
HAWTHORNE. 843 B Mwgie St, PacMc 
Grove, CA 930S0. MARGO P. NICHOLS, 
N.W. Conwr Carpenter & 2nd, Carmel- 
by-the-Sea, CA 93921. This busfoess is 
conducted by a general partnership. 
Registrant commenced to transact 
b uw rw ea under the fictitious business 
name or names Ksled above on Oct. 15, 
2006. (a) Francesca Hawthorne. This 
statement was Med with the County 
Clerk of Monterey County on Oct. 4, 
2006. Publication dates: OcL 27, Nov. 3, 
10,17, 2006. (PC1020) 


FICTniOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE¬ 
MENT Fte No. 20062519 The lolowing 
person(s) is(are) doing business as: 
CRACK POT STUDIO I SHOWROOM, 
170 Gratvl Ave., Pacific Grove, CA 
93650. STEFANNA HELENA ROBINS, 
838 Marfoo Pines, PacMc Grovs, CA 
93950. This buafoeas ia oorKluctsd by 
an itvlividual. Registrant oommervwd to 
transact buainees under the fictilious 
buakwee rtame or n a me s listed above 
on Oct. 10, 2006. (a) Stefanrw Robins. 
This statement was filed with the 
County Clerk of Monterey County on 
Oct 10, 2006. PuMcaHon dates. Oct 
27, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 2006. (PC1021) 


NOTICE OF PETmON 
TO AOMINttTER ESTATE 

, of ELENA LEONIA FURATTINI 
Case Number MP 18348 
To all heka, beneficiaries, credi¬ 
tors, oontingeni creditors, and per- 
sons who may otherwise be interest¬ 
ed in the WM or estate, or both, of 
ELENA LEONIA FURATTINI 

A PETITION FOR PROBATE 
has been Med by IRINA FURATTINI 
in the Superior Court of California, 
County of MONTEREY 

The Petition tor Probate requests 
that IRINA FURATTINI be appointed 
as personal representative to admin¬ 
ister the est ate of the decedent. 

THE PETTTION requests the 
decedent^B wW and codicils, if any, be 
admitted to probate. The win arto any 
codldls are avaiable tor examination 
in the file kept by the court. 

A haartng on the petition wW 
be held on In thia court as follows: 
Dale: Nov. 17, 2006 
Time: 10:30 a.m. 

Dept.: Probate 

• Address: Superior Court of 
Calltomla, County of Monterey, 1200 
Aguajito Road, Monterey, CA 93940. 

If you object to the granttog of 
the petition, you should appear at the 
hearing and state your objections or 
file wrinen objectione with the court 
before the hearing. Vbur appearance 
may be in person or byyour attorney. 

If you are a cr eottor or a con¬ 
tingent creditor of the decedont, 
you must Me your claim with the 
court and mail a copy to the person¬ 
al representative appointed by the 
court within tour months from the 
date of first issuance of letters as 
provided In Probate Code section 
9100. The time fc>r Ming claims wNI 
not expire before tour months from 
the hearing data noticed above. 

Ybu may aicamlne the file kept 
by the court If you are a person 
interested In the estate, you may Me 
with the court a Request tor Special 
Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of 
an inventory and appraisal of estate 
assets or of any petition or account 


or account 


as provided in Probate Code section 
12%. A Request tor Special Notice 
form is available from the court derk. 
Attorney tor petitioner: 

THOMAS HART HAWLEY. 
HAWLEY & LLEWELLYN 
P.O. Box 805 
San Carlos bet. 7 & 8 
Carmel, Calltomla 93921 
(831) 624-5339. 

(s) Thomas Hart Hawley, 

Attorney tor Petitiorwr. 

This statement was filed with the 
County Clerk of Monterey County on 
Oct 25, 2006. 

Ftoblicatton dales: Oct. 27, Nov. 
3. 10, 2006. (PC1022) 


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FULLY FURNISHED VACATION 
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CARMEL tastefully updated'2b<V 
2.5ba end unit with attached 2 car 
garage. Walk to shops, trails, beach. 
$789,000. HBT8. R E. (831) 277- 

DESIQNER/BUILOER building own 
i- hoipe In PB looking tor small rental 
Ctoed to PQ gate. Have dog. Wpuld 
'« consider custom kitchen remodel 
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CARMEL r Ibd oottage. Fireplace. 
Parking. $l850/iiK>nth. Includes utlt- 
Ities/caMe. No pets or smoking. 
(831) 375-4099 ~ TF 


House for Sole 


1 Bedroom w/drivate bath in 
Carmal soiiqht by semi 
rotired profos^al woman. 
Ideal tenant with excellent 
credit. Would consider PT 
companion duties. 
(360) 774-1427 


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Great location on Olmeda St., close to freeway & shop¬ 
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FLOOR TO CEILING! Three bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. 
ALL NEW kitchen w/Corian countertops, large living 
room with fireplace, plus new carpet, hardwood floors, 
windows, doors & deck. Great lawn area for kids and 
gardening. Ready to move In. Priced right at $519,000. 

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Carmel Pir>e Cone Red Estate 


October 27, 2006 







BIG SUB PT SUB VIIVVS' Ban 
Liqlithouhi' vimvs .^Bf-i 1 BA cotl.ujt 
on 7 acii's Pott'nti.il toi ('xpansiofi 
Oco.m \ vj(U‘v vunvs S?.29f).000 


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CARMEL - BEAUTIFUL' Extons.vcly 
romodclcd 3BR 2BA home Country 
kitchen Double-rur qor.iqo Protession- 
olly londscoptKi lot $999,000 


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French doors numeious s«yiin;’:'^. non on ‘.a r 
tiusses und DOtims ado a unique sense ot style to 
this 4-tjedroom 3-oa’h fion.e Ai' easy-flovvmq 
tioor (jlan and warm Kite tier, f imi'y room comom.a- 
tion invite casual yet q'acious iivm.q Amenities 
include an upstairs ocean-', lew master suite .vitn 
coz\ fireplace S2 250.000 


CARrOEL - VOUR FINAL DESTi.NATiON 
Carmel cottage appeal i. niini-man- 
sion feel in 3BR 2BA remodeled 2003) 
nonie with oasis bacKvard St .799.000 


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CARMEL-CAPTIVATING' A 3BR ,.BA 
yr old home Meticulously ntaintained 
Cherry wood floors, stone fireplace 
epic kitchen. Garden. S1.S5C 000 


CARMEL-CONTEMPORARY' White¬ 
water vie'.;. 3BR 4 5BA home Cathedral 
ceilings '.Mth skylit ridge, foodies 
kitchen security qate $4,995,000 


CARMEL VALLEY - ADOBE' On a cor¬ 
ner parcel. Offe.mq 4BR 3 5BA. fami¬ 
ly room. 3 fireplaces, swimming pool 
& private pasture. $2,495,000 


CARMEL - BEACH HOUSE' Charming 
2BR 2BA witti pine floors, crown 
moulding. \ river rocK fireplace. Steps 
to beach or walk to town $1.S95.000 


CARMEL VALLEY - DEL MESA' 
Remodeled 2BR 2BA end unit has 
been expanded Lovely entry, custoni 
buiit-ins & deck landscaping SS95.00C 


GREENFIELD-BEYOND FOG' Amid 21 
acres vntti stream impressive 2.900 
SF. 33R 2 5BA estate offers urban 
amenities including a spa 51 100.000 


PEBBLE BEACH CRAFTSMAf.!' Near 
Equestrian Center 3BR 3-1 2BA Over 
75 acre lot Hardwood & rnarhie floors 
office garden patio $2,695,000 


CARMEL - ON CARMEL PT' Private 
home designed by Hugh Comstock. 
With extensive gardens, random width 
floors cY 3BR 3BA $2,995,000 


CARMEL VALLEY-TWO complete 
residences under the same roof 
Recently remodeled Decks, views of 
mtns. & valleys Pool. $1,398,000 


MONTEREY - AFFORDABLE’ Walk to 
the beach from this sunny 2BR 1 5BA 
condo Quiet neighborhood. New car¬ 
pet. Pergo floor Deck $515,000 


PEBBLE BEACH-CHATEAU' French 
country 4BR & media room home 
Blocks from The Lodge & Golf Linns 
Ocean & golf views $7,650,000 


We have many open houses this weekend and they^are all listed 
by city in todi^’s Real Estate section, ‘^Open H^Pfe Directory” 

or 

Visit onr website, www.CAnioves.coni for photos and details of open house 
properties and aU properties on MLS currentty for sale here. 


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