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H
untington Beach resident Dr. Paul Wakim has joined the ranks
of former Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush,
Bob Hope, Brooke Shields, Frankie Valli, and Sugar Ray
Leonard as recipients of the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
Dr. Paul Wakim, Ellis Island Medal of Honor winner
The award is given to men and women who have dedicated their
lives to helping others, striving for tolerance and acceptance among
ethnic, racial, and religious groups. Also, to people sharing their per-
sonal and professional gifts for the benefit of humanity.
"I was very proud to receive this award that emphasized to me that
doing good to your fellow man is a very rewarding experience, and a
humbling one," said Wakim. "In fact, this award makes me want to do
more in my community and encourage my family and friends to par-
ticipate more in humanitarian causes."
Wakim's achievements? "In almost 40 years in medicine I have per-
formed over 20,000 major or minor operations in orthopedic surgery,"
said the doctor, 66.
The doctor is participating in the develop-
ment of a cultural center for Lebanon and Los
Angeles. He is currently the chairman and
past president of the American Lebanese
Medical Association as well as medical di-
rector at Paladin Healthcare Management and
founder and medical director of the Pacifica
Orthopedics Medical and Surgical Center in
Huntington Beach.
The award was presented on Ellis Island in
New York. There are 100 recipients each
year.
"I had the opportunity of meeting the majority, if not all, of the re-
cipients, and was most impressed with the heads of the armed forces
of the United States, as well as a congressman and other public ser-
vants," said Wakim "I was humbled at being part of such a great group
and tradition."
The Ellis Island Medal of Honor is awarded to immigrants, or de-
scendents of immigrants, who served in a variety of ways to enhance
humanitarian activities in the United States and abroad with honor and
dignity.
What made Wakim go into medicine? He says it was the joy he got
by even putting a Band-Aid on a fellow Boy Scout.
"What made me go into orthopedics was my sister developing bone
cancer at an early age and (being) treated successfully with surgery,"
said Wakim
Wakim says he'd love to slow down and enjoy golf and playing with
his grandkids more than he does right now. He plans to decrease his
workload by 20 percent in the near future. "This is an effort to spend
more family time," Wakim explained.
"What motivates me is the contribution I like to give to society, as
well as to the children I brought to this world," said Wakim, husband,
father and grandfather.
Wakim's three children are most accomplished. "One is an orthope-
dic surgeon in my practice in Huntington Beach, and my daughter is
an anesthesiologist," said Wakim. "My youngest son Christopher is
graduating from a program in psychology this December."
"I'd like to leave this earth one day with good memories of my con-
tribution to society, and to my family," said the Medal of Honor winner.
Content supplied by Eva Kilgore, the Wave's people and business
columnist.
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The Weak That Was
America: Home of the Free because of the Brave
There are four boxes to be used in defense of liberty:
soap, ballot, jury, and ammo. Please use in that order.
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F
oxNews.com reported recently
that..."Jane Fonda, whose outspoken crit-
icism of the Vietnam War once earned her
the nickname “Hanoi Jane,” has been tapped to
play Nancy Reagan, former first lady and wife
to the late President Ronald Reagan,
FoxNews.com has confirmed.
The role will be in the film “The Butler,” a
historical drama following the life of Eugene
Allen, who worked as a butler in the White
House under eight presidents.
Fonda joins a long list of big names cast in
the film, including Forest Whitaker, as Allen.
Other names reportedly in talks for the project
include Oprah Winfrey, Hugh Jackman and
Liam Neeson.
Fonda’s role will likely be a supporting one,
considering the films span over several
decades. But some critics say the choice is a
poor one in light of Fonda’s controversial po-
litical past and outspoken comments.
Fonda is a self-proclaimed liberal and many
of her political statements stand in stark con-
trast to the conservative ideals of Reagan’s
presidency. During the Vietnam War in the
1970s, she called American politicians and mil-
itary leaders “war criminals” and decried
POWs as “hypocrites and liars.”
She apologized in 2005.
Fonda’s next role will be in Bruce Beres-
ford’s upcoming drama, “Peace, Love and Mis-
understanding,” according to Variety.
Ed Note: What an insult to the Reagan
legacy...what an insult to the memory, work, ac-
complishments and most important on-going
promise the Reagan still has in the hearts and
minds of those who hope for Change.
Give Me A Break!
Jane Fonda Plays Nancy Reagan!
Here’s Some Change!
"Fathom the hypocrisy of a government that requires
every citizen to prove they are insured... but not everyone
must prove they are a citizen."
Now add this, "Many of those who refuse, or are unable,
to prove they are citizens will receive free insurance paid for
by those who are forced to buy insurance because they are
citizens."
Think about it when you vote!
January 2009 Today % Change Source
SOME WILL APPRECIATE THIS AND SOME WILL NOT. HOWEVER, ALL OF IT IS TRUE.
After 3 yrs. & 7 months. of the present White House...Here's your change! VERY INTERESTING!
1) U.S. Energy Information
Administration;
2) Wall Street Journal;
3) Bureau of Labor Statistics;
4) Census Bureau;
5) USDA;
6) U.S. Dept. Of Labor;
7) FHFA;
8) Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller;
9) RealtyTrac;
10) Heritage Foundation and WSJ;
11) The Conference Board;
12) FDIC;
13) Federal Reserve;
14) U.S. Treasury.
J
ust take this last item: In the last two years we have accumulated national debt at a rate more than 27 times as fast as during the rest of our entire nation's history.
Over 27 times as fast. Metaphorically speaking, if you are driving in the right lane doing 65 MPH and a car rockets past you in the left lane, 27 times faster, it
would be doing 7,555 MPH!!!! Sources:
$1.83 $3.44 84% 1
$43.48 $99.02 127.7% 2
$38.74 $91.38 135.9% 2
$3.56 $6.33 78.1% 2
$9.66 $13.75 42.3% 2
$13.37 $35.39 164.7% 2
7.6% 9.4% 23.7% 3
12.6% 15.8% 25.4% 3
11,616,000 14,485,000 24.7% 3
2,779,000 2,840,000 2.2% 3
$50,112 $49,777 -0.7% 4
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7,526,598 9,193,838 22.2% 6
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140 164 17.1% 12
89.76 82.03 -8.6% 2
1,575.1 1,865.7 18.4% 13
8,310.9 8,852.3 6.5% 13
$10.627 $14.052 32.2% 14
Avg. Retail price/gallon gas in U.S.
Crude oil, European Brent (barrel)
Crude oil, West TX Inter. (barrel)
Corn, No.2 yellow, Central IL
Soybeans, No. 1 yellow, IL
Sugar, cane, raw, world, lb. Fob
Unemployment rate, non-farm, overall
Unemployment rate, blacks
Number of unemployed
Number of fed. Employees
Real median household income
Number of food stamp recipients
Number of unemployment benefit recipients
Number of long-term unemployed
Poverty rate, individuals
People in poverty in U.S.
Present Situation Index
Failed banks
U.S. Dollar versus Japanese yen exchange rate
U.S. Money supply, M1, in billions
U.S. Money supply, M2, in billions
National debt, in trillions
U.S. Rank in Economic Freedom World Rankings
Paradoxical Quote Of the Day
From Ben Stein
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Chris
MacDonald
On the road in Surf City
By Chris MacDonald, Writer/Photographer,
HB Ambassador/The Local News Columnist
The Local News
Magic In
Butterfly Park
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www.BaciRestaurant.com
18748 Beach Blvd., Huntington Beach
· Dance Fl oor
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~Open For Dinner Nightly~
Italian Restaurant
Baci Ristorante is not affiliated with any other
Restaurant in Huntington Beach
Available for private events,
corporate meetings, small weddings,
birthday parties, rehearsal dinners.
Can sit up to 100 people in our
Private Banquet room.
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record crowd or more than
300 happy people recently
enjoyed beautiful Gibbs
Butterfly Park during the 4th Annual
Monarch Magic Festival. The excit-
ing event, across from HB's Mead-
owlark Golf Course, included a Kid's
Parade, a Band and Singers from the
HB Academy of the Performing
Arts, a World Class Puppet Show,
Yummy Lemon Ice and Baked
Foods plus lots more. It not only ed-
ucated everyone about the impor-
tance of Monarch Butterflies and
Parks but raised much-needed funds
to help restore the Butterfly Park
that's visited by migrating monarchs
and the public year round. All pro-
ceeds went to The Huntington Beach
Tree Society.
I would like to "thank" everyone
who took part in the festivities--
from vendors and the city to the
guests, who had the time of their
lives, and event organizers, Diana
Abruscato (for her hard work in
spearheading the successful festi-
val,) along with Leslie
Gilson, the amazing
volunteer Gibbs But-
terfly Park Restoration
Coordinator. Kids of all
ages had a blast getting their faces
painted, wearing butterfly wings,
marching through the park, drawing
butterflies and seeing London-
trained puppeteer Leslie Gilson put
on an incredible show explaining
the whole butterfly story.
It was a delight having former
Huntington Beach (and Seal Beach)
Mayor Norma Brandel Gibbs, who
saved the Park from development
years ago, on hand to see the peace-
ful place of beauty, along with her
faithful friend Dr. Kay Goddard,
professor emeritus at Long Beach
State and Vice President of the all
volunteer Shipley Nature Center.
Also joining in the fun were former
Huntington Beach Mayor Victor
Leipzig, Huntington Beach Plan-
ning Commissioners Barbara Del-
gleize (who's running for HB City
Council) and Bob Franklin, Hunt-
ington Beach Television Host Matt
Liffering, Huntington Beach Tree
Society Board Members Jean Nagy
and Ann Anderson, LDS Church
Public Relations Director Don Gar-
rick, and Los Angeles Police Officer
Jim Katapodis (who's running for
HB City Council) nature dignitaries
Priscilla and Joe Cruz, and repre-
sentatives from Inside the Outdoors,
the HB Art Center and HB Commu-
nity Services. HBCS's Erin Burke
said they were thrilled to help show
how "Our Parks Make Life Better."
Rainbow Environmental Services
explained proper recycling to the
event participants.
If you haven't been to Gibbs But-
terfly Park, come and see what it is
all about. It's located at 16641 Gra-
ham Street. You can find a donation
station there to drop money in. The
Huntington Beach Tree Society col-
lects it daily and donates the money
to the ongoing maintenance of the
Park. I would like to
thank the many local
business's who are con-
stantly helping Leslie Gilson's ef-
forts, including Monarch Magic.
Bravo to Fiore Boutique, Ab-
solutely Fabulous, Bill's Camera,
The Beef Palace Butcher Shop,
Crown Cleaners, Hair Safari, Ann
Hair, Nails and Spa, Bill Anderson
Art Gallery, Anamalia, Re/Max Se-
lect One and others. If you would
like to help/get a personal tour of
this very special park, please e-mail
Leslie Gilson at lesliegilson@hot-
mail.com .
Huntington Beach Tree Society President
Jean Nagy, HB Ambassador Chris MacDonald
and HB Planning Commissioner Bob Franklin
and his dog "Wayne"
Former Huntington Beach Mayors
Norma Brandel Gibbs and Victor Leipzig
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he Huntington Beach Friends of the Children's Library is sponsor-
ing a special writing workshop for students in
grades 3 - 8. This creative writing class will be
held Wednesday, October 17 from 4:30 p.m. to
6:30 p.m. in the Tal-
bert Room of the
Central Library.
Participants will
learn to write hair-
raising stories
and discover
plot tricks and
treats to make
writing fun. Stu-
dents will make
their descriptive
writing more excit-
ing after attending
this 2-hour class.
Advance tickets
are required: cost is
$5.00 per student. Tick-
ets are available at the
Children's Information
Desk. For more infor-
mation, please call
Ms. Sue Welfringer
at (714) 840-8398 or
Ms. Dawne Knobbe at
(714) 841-0954.
Please purchase
tickets by Friday,
October 12. Space
is limited. Adults
are asked to re-
turn for pick-up
at the end of the
class.
Writers Workshop
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Why I Will Be
Voting For
Barack Obama
By Kevin Garofalo
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Papers? You
Don’t Need No
Stinking Papers!
By Syndicated Columnist A. Murphy
Amurphywriter@gmail.com
U
nless you are, or were, a
literature major in col-
lege, a South American
Political Activists or just a fan of
Latin literary giants, you may not
have heard of Gabriel Garcia Mar-
quez, the author of 100 Years of
Solitude, and a plethora of other
prized works. Back in the 1980’s
during an interview by a film student, Marquez was
recorded claiming “Mexicans are taking over Amer-
ica through our food, our language and our culture
and they don’t even see us coming. We are taking
over by sheer numbers. We love America more than
them because they are giving their country away.”
Marquez, a socialist and La Raza sup-
porter, was overtly hostile toward Amer-
ica. As a fan of his, I was disillusioned
and angry. How could a man from a
country that offered so little to their peo-
ple resent a country that offered so much?
How could he resent a country that edu-
cates his compatriots? How could he con-
demn a country that gifts citizenship to
the children of foreign nationals, medical
care, childcare, housing, food assistance,
financial aid, and free legal aid? These
gifts are not reserved just for Americans.
These gifts are universal. There in lays
the problem, we are in fact giving America away. Our
government has devalued our most prized posses-
sions, our compassion and our citizenship. Our gov-
ernment is exploiting Americans.
In an attempt to
secure passports for
our children I spent
the good part of a
morning rummaging
through family
records. I organized
birth certificates, en-
sured they were
original copies,
pulled out my mar-
riage record, my
birth record, my
husband’s birth
record, and our
passports. All these
documents were
necessary in order to
prove my children
are Americans, we are in fact their parents, and we
are also Americans. I waited in line at the County
Register Recorder, submitted all of my original doc-
uments, paid the fees, and proudly stood by while my
little American daughter smiled for her first American
passport. While waiting for her I perused the pam-
phlet displayed on the counter. Inside was a long list
of documents our government found acceptable in
order for citizens to prove their eligibility for such a
coveted document, the American passport.
At the very bottom of the list, in small print, was a
list of “substitute” documents our government ac-
cepted from people that could not prove they were ac-
tually born in America via a birth certificate. The list
included, but was not limited to, a baptismal record
within six years of your birth, a letter from an older
relative or an early school record. I think we can all
deduce the obvious loopholes in this rule. I hysteri-
cally began to laugh out loud! What a farce we have
become! How disingenuous, how corrupt!
American citizens have become a means to an end
for power hungry politicians. Our adherence to the
law and our faithful payment of taxes serves to allow
our government to reward themselves for making a
mockery of our laws! Our government mocks us and
rests comfortably in power while we remain compli-
ant and complacent. We are indeed allowing our
country to be
Economy
2009 DOW Jones- 6500
2012 DOW Jones- 13500
2009 Corporate Profits- $1.1 Trillion
2012 Corporate Profits- $2.0 Trillion (His-
toric Record)
2009 4.5 Million Jobs Lost Over Previous
12 Months
2012 5.2 Million Jobs Gained Over Last
31 Months
2009 GDP -9.1%
2012 GDP 12 Straight Quarters of Positive GDP
2009 Deficit $1.3 Trillion
2012 Deficit $1.1 Trillion
2009 U.S. Auto Industry and Housing Industry on Brink of Col-
lapse
2012 U.S. Auto Industry Thriving and Housing Coming Back.
"Obama promised to keep the unemployment rate under 8%."
Yes, he made that promise when Bush's economic
forecasters were saying the economy would con-
strict at (-3.2%), that number had to later be revised
to (-9.1%).
"Obama promised to cut the deficit in half." Yes,
but he did cut the deficit by $200 Billion (largest
deficit reduction in the nation's history in that
amount of time) and grew the economy.
Jobs
"The American Jobs Act" has been stalled in Con-
gress for more than a year. A plan that Moody's says
would create 1.9 million jobs, The Economic Policy
Institute says would create 2.6 million jobs, Macro-
economic Advisers says would create 2.1 million
jobs and Goldman Sachs estimates would add 1.5%
to our GDP. This plan not only gives massive tax
incentives to small businesses and employers to boost hiring, it
puts money towards much needed infrastructure and shores up
local budgets to prevent layoffs of teachers, firefighters and police
officers. Oh, and it's paid for.
Foreign Policy
- Osama Bin Laden is dead.
- Most Al Qaeda leadership killed.
- Iraq War over.
- Afghanistan War winding down.
- No president in history has done more for Israel's security:
record high Foreign Military Financing, high level consultations
on arm sales to the region, operational cooperation to improve their
counterterrorism capabailities and helping to finance "Iron Dome";
an anti-rocket system that has already intercepted 90% launched
against protected areas.
- Democracy spreads through the Middle East, with little U.S.
economic footprint and loss of American lives.
- Multilateral sanctions against Iran having destabilizing affect
on their monetary system.
Social Issues
- Supported and signed "Individuals with Disabilities Education
Act."
- Supported and signed "Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act."
- Supported and signed an extension to the "Violence Against
Women Act."
- Repealed "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
- First President to support same-sex marriage.
- Presided over an administration that would not endorse
D.O.M.A.
- After 10 years of Congressional debate made an Executive
Order to enact the policies of the DREAM Act.
A previous column went into great detail regarding the positive
influence of the "Affordable Care Act."
As always, if you have any comments, questions or concerns;
please send them to kevin_garofalo@verizon.net.
God bless you and God bless the United States of America.
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ELECTION EDITION
Morning Line / Book: Watch for Scratches /
Jockey Changes and Paddock Talk:
Race Nov. 6, 2012 - HB Downs
Post
Position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Jockey/
Rider
Horse
Tony James Carter
William Billy O’Connell
Dave Sullivan
Bob Wentzel
Jill Hardy
Jim Katapodis
Devin Dwyer
Barbara Delgleize
Tim Ryan
Bruce J Brandt
Alexander S Polsky
Erik Peterson
CONSENSUS: Safe Bets: Play and Box #3, #5 and #6, #7, #8 &9. Box this bet and you will Win,
Place and Show and have strong 4th & 5th place positions in case of long shot wins. Pays to 3rd
position...even money on at least one upset. Show... Odds pay best on: #2, #10, #12. Handicapper's
Choice: Across the Board Bets heading to the winners circle: #3. #5, #6, #7, #8, #9. Have fun...watch
how they train, watch how they head to the Gate. Anything could happen.
#1 position usually a treat to favorites. Performance in the stretch unknown.
No Utterance available. No Line available yet. Debut Outing.
Native born, Irish Sweeps bred horse familiar with The Curragh ... should be
competitive run. unpredictable finish -horse is all heart. Originally Trained
at D&S Farms - discipline and grooming give this challenger promise and
long term race success. May need blinkers to keep focused...changed post
position since last race. No Utterance available.. Good post position but long
race! Morning Line 2 to 1.
Late entry. This Stallion might be late to start but has strong finish. Lots of
experience on this course. Wears the Green, has Senior Trainers...watch for
some bump and impedence...if this one gets the lead -will keep the lead. Good
performance as a Mudder -track expected to be dry and fast. Trainers /
Breeders Community Farms. Even money. Pulls to the right...in recent races
Has not run on Municipal tracks, popular in the paddock and among senior
staff. Power horse with potential to run well. No history to go by...good
disposition...well bred... shutter to think. Needs more workouts.
Popular, outstanding Philly. This Mare predicted to have strong finish. Has
trained with others. Mares have unique behaviors. Can be unpredictable...
and can be work horses. Watch for some bump and impedence. Good
performance as a Mudder -but track expected to be dry and fast. Trainer /
Breeder Cook/ Connie Farms. Even Money. Teaches well.
Middle of the Pack. Good gate position for break away. Has been training hard
since last outing. Trainers serious about big win upset. Look for Blue and
Gold Colors. This colt wears his badge of honorl. Runs straight, not carrying
any extra weight. Finish depends on track conditions, any scratches before
post time and how well he uses his "crop" in the race.
Seasoned Stallion. Knows course very well. Has won on this track before.
Runs with head up. Trainer OCRP and D&S Farms. If wins pledges to reform
racing rules on this track. With his entry's ribbons, solid even money bet for
serous and conservative better. D&S Farms favorite in this race. Look for
Plastic bags on saddle.
Good gait, begins with gallop. The Grooms, D&S Farms have done
well...should finish strong. Handy position for this horse, does well coming
from the outside...breaks fast -runs to the inside. Trains with another horse,
shares trainer. This one has covered a lot of real estate. Now with experience
on this track...could be in the upset column.
Another Stallion...first time out. Trains with the pros. Official Dark Horse...big
money bet. Two to one odds. Well Mel groomed, runs in professional circles.
Most experienced in Charity Outings...first money -purse race. Morning line
says box this one with a favorite or two. Include in your Trifecta... could put
you in the winner's circle. Has most experienced trainer in this field...could
make difference by being an independent straight runner. No blinders - sees
the whole track -no distractions.
No stranger to the Stables and Paddocks. Now, has experience on this track.
Second time out. Learns fast. Has to come from the outside...but that's what
good horses are trained to do. Read up on this one...
New entry in these Sweeps. Has been around other courses with lots of
professional experience.This entry could teach. Seems to get along with the
other entries and understands needs to be competitive but need to get along.
No history... play your hunch.
Last but certainly not least. Has surprised some with performance with other
positions and is definitely a Tea-totaler when it comes to hard training, daily
workouts and fan base. Well acclimated to these track conditions, handlers
are serious local men and women on a goal of win, place or show.
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How About These Keys To Your Heart?
Talk about selling the keys to the city.
That's exactly what a retired New Jersey
locksmith allegedly did when he sold a set of
master keys that can shut down elevators, open
subway gates and get into electric circuit break-
ers all over New York City to a newspaper re-
porter posing as a buyer on EBay.
The New York Post reported Sunday that a re-
porter bought a set of five keys used by firefighters, tran-
sit workers, electricians and other authorized city employees from
Daniel Ferraris of Union City, N.J. At $149.95, the keys were a steal -- maybe
literally.
“These keys are issued to firefighters for emergency situations,” Howard
Safir, a former FDNY and New York Police Department commissioner told
the Post. “Just anyone having them is very dangerous.”
...the newspaper reported that it tested them and they do.
Three of the five keys on the “firemen’s key ring” are routinely issued to
FDNY members, the Post reported. The set came with a metal tag engraved
with a fire department lieutenant’s shield number, 6896.
The Post cited two FDNY sources saying that one master firefighter key
could send all the elevators in a building -- any building -- out of service, trap-
ping thousands of people on high floors. The same key also opens locked sub-
way entrances and firehouses as well as lockboxes with yet more keys at
construction sites
The two other keys are used by city electricians to open circuit-breaker boxes
in skyscrapers and give access to street lights.
The apparent security loophole is especially notable given the elaborate, and
often controversial, steps New York City has taken since the Sept. 11, 2001
terrorist attacks
The Post said Ferraris had been offering other
keys on eBay under the name “thesixlever” when
it bought its set. The page has since been taken
down.
According to the newspaper, the ads noted that, “I
also have some items NOT permitted for listing on
eBay” and add, incorrectly, that, “All items are OB-
SOLETE and have Not been in use in years.”
If the keys were stolen and Ferraris intended to use
them to commit a crime, the Post said quoting an un-
named police official, he could be charged with possession of burglar’s tools,
a misdemeanor that could land him in jail for up to a year.
EBay did not comment on the report.
The FDNY initially blew off the Post's sting but now says it is investigating.
“We cannot let anyone sell the safety of over 8 million people so easily,"
New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio said in a statement. "Having
these keys on the open market literally puts lives at risk. The billions we’ve
spent on counter-terrorism have been severely undercut by this breech [sic]."
Despite the shocking headlines that seem to spell a terrorist's dream come
true, the website Gothamist was not impressed.
"So what if only a few hundred (or few thousand?) of these keys exist and
that only 'most' of the ones purchased by the Post actually worked (the report
doesn't say which ones), let's breathe erratically into a paper bag while a 'for-
mer FDNY employee' tells us all the horrible things these keys could unleash,"
the website wrote, noting that Ferraris indicated he isn't the only one trafficking
in such keys.
As the former locksmith told the Post, “I get them from different places.
I was a locksmith for many years, and I go to shows and get some from
collectors."
S
tudents at St. Bonaventure
Catholic School started last
Friday morning as they usually
do, with a school-wide television broad-
cast of prayer, Pledge of Allegiance and
daily announcements. But the broadcast
also included the unveiling of a timely ar-
tifact: a heat tile from the Space Shuttle,
a gift from NASA to
the school.
After the announce-
ment that the tile
would be on perma-
nent display at the
school, anticipation
grew for an expected
Endeavor sighting in
the clear blue sky of
Huntington Beach.
Shortly before 12:30 pm,
students, faculty and staff gathered in the
school’s parking lot and were treated to
an unobstructed view of the Space Shuttle
as it flew directly overhead. Students cap-
tured video and photographs of the once-
in-a-lifetime event with their iPads and
digital cameras.
Many of the parents of St. Bonaventure
Catholic School students work at Boeing,
NASA’s prime con-
tractor for Space
Shuttle operations,
and were delighted
to join their students
in catching a
glimpse of history in
the making.
For more infor-
mation please con-
tact Judy Luttrell, St.
Bonaventure Catholic
School principal, at (714) 846-2472 or
principal@stbonaventureschool.org.
More photos are available; send request
to erika.kotite@gmail.com.
St. Bonny
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K
ristie’s Foundation was presented their new Toyota Prius after winning one of the
100 Cars For Good.
Kristie’s Foundation specializes in helping children that never find their cure and are
facing their final days. Founded by Laurie Kotas, a Huntington Beach resident, and a
mom whose daughter died
of Leukemia at the age of 7.
Kristie’s Foundation has big
plans for their new Prius. In
addition to delivering essen-
tial supplies to families at
home, it will help kick start
their new Comfort Care Pro-
gram. Hospice for children
is extremely limited and this
program will send licensed
nurse aides to help families
bath, feed, and care for their
child, and grief specialists to
help the entire family. Words
can’t express how grateful
everyone at Kristie’s is for
this incredible gift! It will
touch the lives of these spe-
cial families during some of
their darkest days.
Kristie’s Foundation
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The information contained in this column does not
necessarily reflect the opinion of The Local News.
Jordan Kobritz is a former attorney, CPA, and
Minor League Baseball team owner. He is a
Professor and Chair of the Sport Management
Department at SUNY Cortland and is a con-
tributing author to the Business of Sports Net-
work. Jordan can be reached at
jkobritz@mindspring.com
H
ere are four things other
sports leagues should have
learned from watching the fiasco
initiated by the NFL by locking
out its referees.
Your Brand Isn’t Bulletproof
The replacement refs proved
to be as incompetent as even the
most negative forecasters predicted. The missed
calls and non-calls led to negative reactions from
fans, followed by critical comments and tweets
from the players, public statements by owners,
and even disapproving comments from league
partners such as ESPN. Before long, the NFL
brand, which once seemed bulletproof, was under
siege.
Multi-billion Dollar Businesses Can’t Afford
to be Cheap
The referees were asking for an additional $3.3
million, a mere 0.3% of the NFL’s approximately
$9 billion per-year in revenue, or $100,000 per
team. While it’s easy to spend someone else’s
money, under the circumstances, that sum is
miniscule, by any standard of measurement.
The lockout suggests that despite their incredible
financial success,
NFL Commis-
sioner Roger
Goodell and the
owners may not
understand busi-
ness, or at least
they didn’t when
they started play-
ing hardball with
the NFLRA.
Following the
non-interception
in Seattle and the
outrage that fol-
lowed, owners received the equivalent of a Har-
vard Business School degree.
Integrity Trumps the Bottom Line
The fact that two replacement referees standing
less than a yard from each other in the end zone can
make the exact opposite call is all you need to know
about the lack of integrity in the game during the
first three weeks of the season.
We won’t even mention the affect replacement
referees had on the gamblers – legal and otherwise.
Not that anyone at league headquarters would
admit it publicly, but the gaming industry is the
prime reason for the NFL’s popularity. While it
may seem like an oxymoron to mention gambling
and integrity in the same sentence, if betters could-
n’t rely on the integrity of a game’s outcome, inter-
est in the NFL might have waned, except for those
who were willing to bet on when a replacement ref
would make the wrong call.
Do Not Allow Labor Negotiations to Reach the
Eleventh Hour
You can preach this one forever and it will fall on
deaf ears. Time and time again, labor negotiations
come down to the deadline. Be forewarned: Pro-
crastination and delay can be hazardous to the
health of your sport.
History shows that any labor interruption - lock-
out or strike - in professional sports can damage not
only the bottom line, but the perception fans and
the media have towards your sport. The lockout of
the referees could have been avoided if negotiations
had begun earlier, had not been so confrontational,
and had been about money instead of power.
Other sports leagues should learn from the NFL’s
experience. Don’t wait for an embarrassment sim-
ilar to what occurred at CenturyLink Field to re-
solve a labor dispute.
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Kobritz
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Orphan Children of India
1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament Fundraiser
December 3, 2012
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October Gardening Tips
from Agromin - Beat the Heat:
Cooler October Weather
Makes Gardening a Breeze
H
untington Beach, Calif.--Oc-
tober usually brings cooler
weather to Southern Califor-
nia (although hot Santa Ana winds
can wreak havoc). Cooler fall tem-
peratures mean a more pleasant gar-
dening experience, say experts at
Agromin, an Oxnard-based manu-
facturer of earth-friendly soil prod-
ucts made from organic material
collected from more than 50 Califor-
nia communities including those in
Orange County. Residents can obtain
Agromin soil products in bulk or in
bags at Rainbow Environmental
Services (gate seven) in Huntington
Beach and in bulk at South Coast
Supply in Huntington Beach and Los
Alamitos and Larry's Building Ma-
terials in Costa Mesa and Laguna
Beach.
Remove Summer Vegetable
Plants; Plant Winter Vegetables:
Your heartiest summer vegeta-
bles will produce well
into fall but many
vegetable plants
will have stopped pro-
ducing no matter how much loving
care you provide. It's time to remove
them and plant winter vegetables.
October is the optimal time to plant
beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts,
cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, kale,
lettuce, parsley, peas, radish,
spinach, potatoes, turnips, winter
zucchini and celery. Revive your
garden soil before planting with a 2-
inch layer of compost.
Update Herb Garden: Plant fresh
oregano, parsley, rosemary, chives,
cilantro, dill, fennel and thyme. Plant
Italian basil for nearly year-round
leaf production.
Plant Cloves of Garlic: If you love
garlic, you'll love the fresh taste of
garlic from your garden. Plant cloves
with the pointy side up, one to three
inches deep and three to five inches
apart. During fall and winter, the
cloves will form a strong root sys-
tem. Expect leaves in spring with a
clove harvest in summer. Plant in
raised beds or in well-draining soil.
Plant Ground Cover: Plant peren-
nial ground cover once and watch it
spread into a beautiful quilt of greens
and flowers. Ground cover that does
particularly well in Southern Califor-
nia include creeping thyme, lamium,
vinca, primrose, armeria, mondo
grass and lamb's ear. Don't forget na-
tive wildflowers. Choose a western
seed mix that has both annuals and
perennials including California pop-
pies, larkspur, linaeria, clarkia, Chi-
nese houses, godetia and gypsophila.
Spread these seeds in your flower
garden. They will thrive after winter
rains.
Aerate Lawns: Soil under lawns
compact over time preventing water
and air reach from reaching roots.
October is a good time to aerate your
lawn. An aerator will lift out one-
inch "plugs" of soil from the grass
leaving plenty of room for water and
air to connect with
roots. Aerators
are usually
available for rent at
equipment rental stores.
Harvest Pumpkins: Pumpkins are
ready to harvest once their connect-
ing vines are dry and the pumpkin
rind is hard. Leave a two-inch stem
attached when removing pumpkins
from the vine. If uncut, pumpkins
can remain edible for up to six
months after harvesting. After carv-
ing a Jack O'Lantern, save the seeds
for eating. Separate them from the
pulp, wash and then dry thoroughly.
Coat them with oil, sprinkle them
garlic powder or any other season-
ing. Spread the seeds on a cookie
sheet and cook for 25 minutes in a
400-degree oven, turning them at
least once. Remove from the oven
and lightly sprinkle with salt and
toss. Cool before eating.
Prepare for Hot October Winds:
Santa Ana winds are always possible
in October. While you can generally
cut back on watering in October, hot
winds can dry out gardens in a mat-
ter of hours. Adjust your watering
schedule accordingly. Make sure
just-planted young trees are properly
staked to withstand strong winds.
For more gardening tips, go to
www.agromin.com.
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Are We Done With the Heat?!
What’s Next:
A Dry or Wet Winter?
J
ust about any-
where you were
this summer you
could hear chatter
and complaints
about the heat. The
beaches were
packed with
Southern Califor-
nians trying to es-
cape unusually high temperatures, and no doubt
Southern California Edison operated at or near capac-
ity to keep up with the demand from air conditioners
getting their workout. As we emerge from an unusually
hot summer, what is in store for the upcoming winter
storm season
and next sum-
mer?
The rainfall
fiscal year is
from July to
June. Orange
County’s rain-
fall last year
was below nor-
mal, and we’ve
had no measur-
able rainfall yet
this year (July
2012 to pres-
ent). Several
months ago it
appeared that
we might be
heading for El
Niño conditions and above average rainfall this com-
ing winter, but it now appears more likely we will have
average conditions.
Making Sense of the Weather & El Niño
El Niño is a disruption of the ocean-atmosphere
system in the Tropical Pacific resulting in important
consequences for weather and climate around the
globe. According to NASA, El Niño is part of the
see-saw pattern of reversing surface air pressure be-
tween the eastern and western tropical Pacific. When
the surface pressure is high in the eastern tropical Pa-
cific it is low in the western tropical Pacific, and
vice-versa. Because the ocean warming and pressure
reversals are, for the most part, simultaneous, scien-
tists call this phenomenon the El Niño/Southern Os-
cillation or ENSO for
short.
Last month, the U.S. Climate Prediction Center
(CPC) forecast that Southern California will be af-
fected by a weak El Niño, which could mean a wetter-
than-normal winter. However, the CPC also pointed
out that historically weak El Niños have brought vary-
ing amounts of rain from above-average, to average,
to below-average rainfall. Their guess is as good as
ours: anything can happen. With conflicting forecasts
and using historical weather data, experts at the Orange
County Water District (OCWD or District) are prepar-
ing for average rainfall this winter (10”-14”).
Due to OCWD’s planning, investments, innovations
and exemplary groundwater management (much of
which I will write about in future articles), the ground-
water basin is in good standing and able to sustain
water demand if we experience continued average or
below-average rainfall. You play an important role in
this too. I encourage you to keep up your conservation
efforts and efficiency measures to ensure we maintain
proper water levels, especially if next summer is any-
thing like what we just experienced.
Cathy Green was elected to OCWD in
November 2010. She served two terms
on the Huntington Beach City Council
and was Mayor twice. Huntington
Beach has been home to the Green
Family over 41 years
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N
ikon Inc., of Melville, N.Y.,
has recalled its Nikon
digital SLR camera bat-
tery packs. This includes
about 5,100 in the United States, 1,100 in
Canada and an additional 195,000 worldwide.
The battery packs can short circuit, causing
them to overheat and melt, posing
a burn hazard to consumers.
Nikon has received seven re-
ports of incidents outside of
the U.S. and Canada of
the recalled battery packs
overheating. No incidents
have been reported in the
U.S. or Canada. No injuries
have been reported.
This recall involves Nikon
EN-EL 15 rechargeable
lithium-ion battery packs
with lot numbers E and F.
The battery pack was sold
with the Nikon digital SLR
D800 and D7000 model cam-
eras. The battery pack’s
model number “EN-EL15"
and “7.0V 1900mAh 14Wh”
are printed on
the back of the
battery pack.
Only battery
packs with a
“E” or “F” in the ninth character of the 12-digit lot
number located on the back of the battery pack are
included in the recall.
The camera packs were sold at camera, office sup-
ply and mass merchandise stores, in catalogs and on
various websites nationwide. They were sold with the
digital SLR camera in Canada from February 2012
through March 2012 and in the U.S. from March
2012 through April 2012 for between $1,200 and
$3,000. Consumers should stop using the recalled
battery packs immediately, remove them from the
camera and contact Nikon for a free replacement bat-
tery pack. For additional information, contact Nikon
at (800) 645-6687 between 8 a.m. through 12 mid-
night ET Monday through Friday, or visit the com-
pany’s website at www.nikonusa.com
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Dear Earth-
Talk: The world
added its seven-bil-
lionth person in 2011, but
the news came and went quickly while Charlie Sheen news
kept on and on. But isn’t population growth the “elephant
in the room” that needs serious attention? Can you outline
the major impacts of unchecked population growth and
what if anything is being done to try to arrest it?
~Aaron Rodriguez, Tucson, AZ
Unchecked human population growth could be a recipe
for doom for the planet and its inhabitants. And it has
reached staggering levels in recent years—the number of
people on the planet has doubled from 3.5 billion to seven
billion in just a half century.
While we’ve made great
strides in educating people
around the world about
family planning and birth
control, the global fertility
rate still hovers around 2.5
children per woman. At that
rate, population will grow
to 11 billion by 2050 and
nearly 27 billion by 2100.
While such a scenario is
unlikely given that fertility
rates tend to decline as
countries develop and mod-
ernize, the prospect of a
planet with tens of billions
of people on it is scary in-
deed. The first widely pub-
lished pundit on the
potential impacts of too much human population growth
was Englishman Thomas Malthus, whose 1798 “An Essay
on the Principle of Human Population” warned that vio-
lence, genocide, nasty weather, disease epidemics and
pestilence would be precursors to widespread famine in a
world with too many humans. “The power of population is
so superior to the power of the earth to produce subsistence
for man, that premature death must in some shape or other
visit the human race,” he wrote.
History views Malthus as an extremist and many would
argue that, despite population having swelled some seven
times since his day, we have so far managed to avert a
planet-wide “Malthusian catastrophe” whereby population
has simply outpaced our ability to feed ourselves. Nonethe-
less, a 2007 UNICEF report indicated that 10.9 children
under five-years-old die each year around the world, with
malnutrition and other hunger-related diseases responsible
for 60 percent of the tragedy. And a 2009 World Health Or-
ganization and UNICEF study found that some 24,000 chil-
dren in developing countries were dying each day from
preventable causes like diarrhea resulting from lack of ac-
cess to clean water for drinking and sanitation.
The most obvious issue with seven billion of us here is
our profligate consumption of dwindling natural resources
and the waste and pollution generated in the process. A re-
cent joint study by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and
the Worldwatch Institute found that humans now use 20
percent more renewable resources than can be replaced
each year. And while many would say that climate change
has eclipsed overpopulation as the major issue of the day,
others counter that atmospheric temperatures wouldn’t be
growing nearly as much if there weren’t so darn many of
us burning so many fossil fuels.
Human population numbers are predicted to trend down-
ward around the world within a few generations. This so-
called “demographic transition” is already underway in the
U.S. and other developed countries where fertility rates
have dropped due to lower infant mortality, increased ur-
banization and wider access to contraceptives. Given that
fertility rates drop as countries develop, and that lesser de-
veloped countries have begun to leapfrog ahead in their ur-
banization and adoption of technology, the United Nations
Population Fund predicts that population may peak in the
late 21st century and then begin to shrink.
CONTACTS:
United Nations Population Fund,
www.unfpa.org.
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David White, a wine writer, is the founder
and editor of Terroirist.com. His columns are
housed at Wines.com, the fastest growing wine
portal on the Internet.
O
n Saturday morning, a friend
called to seek my advice on that
evening’s dinner.
“My boyfriend and I are making poached salmon with
truffles and shrimp in a cream sauce,” she said. “What
type of wine should we drink?”
I could see her conundrum. Salmon and shrimp suggest
a dry, refreshing white. But a cream sauce could bludgeon
a delicate wine. And anything red – even something soft
and light, like a Pinot Noir – probably wouldn’t comple-
ment the dish.
That’s why the answer was simple.
“Just go with Champagne,” I answered. “It’ll work per-
fectly.”
Later that evening, my friend confirmed that the wine
was an ideal match.
“Plus,” she said, “It was fun to drink Champagne with
dinner, just like real wine.”
Indeed.
Year after year,
France’s big Cham-
pagne houses spend
millions trying to con-
vince us that Cham-
pagne is best enjoyed
when celebrating. That
might be true — after
all, wine shops see a
huge spike in sales
around New Year’s and
Valentine’s Day, and it is
fun to drink Champagne on a special occasion.
But Champagne and other sparkling wines deserve a
spot at the dinner table all year long. Most sparklers are
characterized by vibrant acidity and freshness, which help
them cut through spicy meals, complement savory food,
and elevate even the simplest of dishes.
Real Champagne is quite pricey, obviously. Under Eu-
ropean Union trade laws, wine can only be sold as
“Champagne” if it comes from the Champagne region of
France and is made in accordance with a number of reg-
ulations. Most notably, Champagne must be made in the
“traditional method” — an expensive, multi-step process
— and produced, generally, from Chardonnay, Pinot
Noir, and Pinot Meunier. Consequently, even “budget”
options cost about $40 per bottle.
Fortunately, there are plenty of affordable sparkling
wines from regions outside Champagne.
Within France, sparkling wines labeled as “Cremant”
are produced using the traditional method and winemak-
ers must follow a number of strict rules. Sparkling wines
from Burgundy — called Cremant de Bourgogne — have
long offered exceptional value. Because the region grows
the same grape varieties as Champagne,
top examples can often pass for the real
thing. And they’re typically just a frac-
tion of the cost — many can be found
for less than $20.
In the United States, wines labeled as
“Methode Champenoise” are also pro-
duced in the traditional method using
the same grape varieties as Champagne.
For about $25, it’s hard to beat the entry
level bottlings from Domaine Carneros,
Roederer Estate, and Argyle.
For less than $15, Cava — a sparkling
wine from Spain that’s produced like
Champagne but using native Spanish grapes — is the best
option.
Of course, nothing beats the real thing. And fortunately
for American consumers, there’s never been a better time
to explore Champagne.
For years, the American market has been dominated
by large producers like Moet & Chandon, Piper Heid-
sieck, and Veuve Clicquot. These companies purchase
their grapes from growers
across Champagne and
blend their wines to de-
liver a consistent, high
quality product year after
year.
In recent years, how-
ever, wine enthusiasts
have gone gaga over
“Grower Champagne,”
or wines made by the farmers who grow the grapes.
Just as we understand why an apple grown in Virginia
tastes different from an apple grown in Massachusetts,
we understand why a Chardonnay produced in Sonoma
tastes different from a Chardonnay produced in Napa.
Champagne is no different. And Grower Champagne
conveys a sense of place — something that large produc-
ers simply can’t offer.
Today, Grower Champagne accounts for only about 4
percent of America’s Champagne market. But that per-
centage has been rising quickly, thanks to a few key wine
importers and America’s growing obsession with know-
ing the source of our food. Indeed, wine enthusiasts call
grower Champagne “farmers’ fizz.”
Grower Champagnes are still quite expensive. Basic
offerings from some of my favorites — Chartogne-Tail-
let, Egly-Ouriet, Pierre Peters, and Vilmart — still cost
upwards of $50. But when compared to the large Cham-
pagne houses, these wines represent a good value, as
Growers don’t have marketing expenses or bureaucratic
bloat.
So next time you feel like splurging, pick up a bottle
of Grower Champagne. And next time you sit down for
dinner — especially if you’ve prepared something with
a cream sauce — go for something that sparkles.
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Questions & Answers
From the Mailbag
714.536.6300
Moe News Than You Can Handle:
Main Street Eyewear Looks at Life
Through Designer Glasses
Moe Kanoudi
T
his should be posted in every school or kid's bed-
room. Love him or hate him , he sure hits the nail
on the head with this.!!!
Bill Gates recently gave a speech at a High School
about eleven (11) things they did not and will not learn
in school. He talks about how feel-good, politically cor-
rect teachings created a generation of kids with no con-
cept of reality and how this concept set them up for
failure in the real world.
Rule 1: Life is not fair - get used to it!
Rule 2: The world doesn't care about your self-esteem.
The world will expect you to accomplish something
BEFORE you feel good about yourself.
Rule 3: You will NOT make $60,000 a year right out
of high school. You won't be a vice-president with a
car phone until you earn both.
Rule 4: If you think your teacher is tough, wait till you
get a boss
Rule 5: Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity.
Your Grandparents had a different word for burger
flipping: They called it opportunity.
Rule 6: If you mess up, it's not your parents' fault, so
don't whine about your mistakes, learn from them.
Rule 7: Before you were born, your parents weren't
as boring as they are now. They got that way from pay-
ing your bills, cleaning your clothes and listening to
you talk about
how cool you
thought you
were: So before
you save the rain
forest from the
parasites of your
parent's genera-
tion, try delous-
ing the closet in
your own room..
Rule 8: Your
school may have
done away with
winners and los-
ers, but life HAS
NOT. In some
schools, they
have abolished
failing grades
and they'll give
you as MANY TIMES as you want to get the right an-
swer. *This doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to
ANYTHING in real life.
Rule 9: Life is not divided into semesters. You don't
get summers off and very few employers are interested
in helping you FIND
YOURSELF.
*Do that on your own
time.
Rule 10: Television is
NOT real life. In real life
people actually have to
leave the coffee shop and
go to jobs.
Rule 11: Be nice to nerds.
Chances are you'll end up
working for one..
If you can read this...
Thank a Teacher.
If you can read this in
English... Thank a Soldier!
And for life and every-
thing else you have...
Thank God!!
Now.... think about this
and smile if you agree and please pass this on....
If you don't agree, go stick your head in the SAND
and take a DEEP BREATH.!!!!
Bill Gates! Simple Truths

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T
he HBCOA’s Travel & Trips program plans monthly ex-
cursions. Upcoming trips include IMAX, Mysteries of
Egypt & the Cleopatra exhibit on Saturday, October 13 and
the Oak Glen Hoedown on Wednesday, October 24. The
Seniors’ Outreach Mobility Equipment Lending Program en-
ables older residents to borrow power scooters, wheelchairs,
walkers, or canes for short-term
use. Activities and Programs are
listed each month in the Bright
Outlook Newsletter.
You may view the
newsletter online at
www.hbcoa.org or
pick-up a copy at the
Michael E. Rodgers
Seniors, 1706 Or-
ange Avenue.
For more infor-
mation about
any of the ac-
tivities or
p r o -
grams, call
7 1 4 - 5 3 6 -
9387
T
he SeniorServ lunch program at
the Michael E. Rodger’s Senior
Center is selling See’s candy to
benefit the senior lunch program. The
candy is discounted to $15.00/lb, a
savings off the retail price of
$16.90. The candy will be deliv-
ered on December 11 - just in
time for the holidays. Pre-paid
orders will be taken from October 1
through November 26 in the
senior center lunchroom,
1706 Orange Avenue,
Huntington Beach. Senior
Serv provides a hot lunch at
the senior center each week-
day for a recommended dona-
tion of $3.00 for older adults
60+ and a cost of $5.00 for
those under 60. For more infor-
mation, call 714-536-8404.
Halloween
Pumpkin Carving
and Costume
Contest at the
Spooky City Gym
and Pool
P
articipants are encouraged to dress in
their scariest costume and get ready to
make a jack-o-lantern come to life!
The contest will be held inside the City Gym
and Pool gymnasium on Saturday, October
27 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Cost is $15
per family, which includes one pumpkin,
safety carving kit, and refreshment. Addi-
tional pumpkins can be purchased at the door
or during registration for $5 each. With Hal-
loween fast approaching, do not miss out.
Sign-ups are taken in-person at the City Gym
and Pool. For questions, please call the City
Gym & Pool at 714-960-8884.
Winter
Basketball
Camp
T
he City Gym and Pool is offering a
holiday Basketball Camp during
Winter break starting December 17.
Children ages 7-12 can stay active during
the break in this
weeklong skill-
based camp
de s i gne d
for the be-
ginner to in-
t e r me d i a t e
basketball player.
Participants will en-
gage in fun based
drills that are fo-
cused on pass-
ing, shooting,
dribbling, and
rebounding, while
coaches focus on respect, teamwork,
and responsibility. Registration is
open and available online at www.hb-
sands.org. For more information,
please contact the City Gym and Pool at
714-960-8884. Parks Make Life Better!
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T
he most recent jobs report has been initially
received as a “good news” reading of the
American economy. In return we saw a rally on
Wall Street. Stock prices rose. Bond yields also
rose, and the yield on the 10 year treasury rate
rose from 1.68% to 1.73% immediately after the
report. Mort-
gage rates
moved up in
similar fash-
ion.
The most re-
cent report an-
nounced a
significant and
une xpe c t e d
drop in the un-
empl oyment
rate from
8.1% down to
7.8%. Consid-
ering that no
president in
American his-
tory has ever
been re-
elected with
an unemploy-
ment rate over
8.0% this was
welcomed as
good news by the Obama campaign. Romney’s
camp was quick to disclaim the figures as “not
real recovery.” Could they both be correct?
Another part of the report indicated that there
were 114,000 jobs created in the month of Sep-
tember. Our country requires 125,000 new jobs
per month just to keep up with immigration and
population growth. The net effect is that there
are still 11,000 more Americans without a job
last month. So how did the unemployment rate
go down?
Simply put, the details of these reports are not
fully disclosed by the mainstream media. As a
result, these reports are completely misunder-
stood by the overwhelming portion of the Amer-
ican public.
The official unemployment rate, known as the
U-6 rate, as cited in these reports always comes
with an asterisk. This asterisk is completely vital
to understanding the shortcomings of the report.
The official U-6 rate does not account
for those Americans that have given
up looking for work. Even though
they are unemployed, they
are not considered in the
official unemployment
rate.
Those whose unemploy-
ment benefits have expired
are also not accounted into
the official unemployment
rate. If they are collecting
an unemployment
check, they are in-
cluded. As soon as that
unemployment benefit
expires, they are no
longer considered
“ u n e m -
p l o y e d , ”
even if they’re still not working. This
may have some readers scratching
their heads, but it’s true.
So where can we turn to for real,
non-politicized numbers? The greatest
measure of the strength or weakness
of a labor market is attained by look-
ing at the Labor Force Participation
Rate (LFPR). This measure looks at
all those in America that are of work-
ing age (between 16 and 65) who are
actually working. At 63.6%, this
measure is at a 31 year low. In other
words, there is a lower percentage of
able-bodied Americans supporting
themselves right now than at any other
time in the last 31 years. Should this
figure catch on and gain media atten-
tion, financial markets would be
forced to accept just how dire the sit-
uation really is. If and when that ever
happens, the stock market would come
crashing down and mortgage rates would
come back down to yet another record low.
Out of Work MBA -
15 Years Experience
Arnaud Dufour
Arnaud Dufour
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The information contained in this column
does not necessarily reflect
the opinion of The Local News.
Arnaud Dufour is a Sr. Mortgage Banker at
Newport Beach based DLJ Financial.
With more than eleven years in the industry,
Arnaud is available to answer questions
in Real Estate Finance.
E-mail: adufour@dljfinancial.com
Call: 714-677-4107.
CA DRE # 01360217 • NMLS# 335758
R
egardless of what
the calendar says
and how quickly
the pages turn, fall in
Huntington Beach means
better surf. While others
around the country are
carving pumpkins, hang-
ing decorations, and try-
ing to find the right
balance between a warm
costume and a scary one,
the seniors of Huntington
Beach will be competing
in the water, judged on
wave selection, maneu-
vers, fluidity, and style.
Broken into five-year age
groups, starting at 50 years
young, the Second Annual Senior Surf Invita-
tional will take place on October 27 at 7:30 a.m.
on the south side of the pier. The HBCOA and
Rodgers Senior Center’s goal of promoting ac-
tive aging comes to fruition with this display of
athleticism and fun. Those interested in compet-
ing need to register before October 19. Call the
Rodgers Senior Center for more details 714-536-
9387 or visit www.HBSands.org or
www.HBCOA.org.
Seniors to Stun Spectators
with Superb Surfing Skills
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