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10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
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DRAFT CONSOLIDATEDANNUAL PERFORMANCE
EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER FY 2010-2011)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Milpitas City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,
September 20, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at Milpitas City Hall, 455 E. Calaveras Blvd. on the City of
Milpitas Draft Consolidated Annual Performance evaluation Report (CAPER). The Citys one-year
CAPER describes the reporting of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Programs and
Activities undertaken during the past program year 2010-2011. The report includes: 1) Summary of
Accomplishments, 2) Resources Made Available and Leveraging of Resources, 3) Status of Actions
Taken During the Year to Implement the Citys Goals and Objectives, 4) Affirmatively Furthering Fair
Housing, 5) Accomplishments (Households and Persons Assisted), 6) Citys Self-Evaluation on
Progress Made in Addressing Identifying the Priority Needs and Objectives, and 7) Citizens Comments
and Public Review.
INTERESTED PERSONS MAY appear and be heard at the public hearing described in this notice.
Additionally, written comments on any of the items above may be delivered to the Council at or prior
to these hearings. Written correspondence may be mailed to the City Council at 455 E. Calaveras Blvd.,
Milpitas, CA 95035.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, pursuant to Government Code Sec. 65009, that any challenge of this
application in court may be limited to only those issues raised at the public hearing described in this
notice or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council at or prior to these hearing.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the Draft CAPER Report, please do not hesitate to
contact me at (408) 586-3071 or forward comments to:
Felix Reliford, Principal Housing Planner
City of Milpitas-City Hall
455 E. Calaveras Blvd., Milpitas, CA 95035 or e-mail: freliford @ci.milpitas.ca.gov
Note: In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, individuals requiring accommodations for this
meeting should notify the City Clerk Office 48 hours prior to the meeting at (408) 586-3001, TDD (408)
586-3013. Hearing assistance devices are available for use in the Council Chamber during the meeting. For
assistance in Spanish call (408) 586-3075, Vietnamese (408) 586-3122 and Chinese (408) 586-3263.
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BY IAN BAUER
City of Milpitas will not host
a ceremony marking the 10-year
anniversary of the deadly terror-
ist attacks of Sept 11, 2001.
Milpitas City Manager Tom
Williams said a lack of interest
from the public forced the
cancellation of the city-spon-
sored event here two years ago.
The last time the event was
held we had no more than five
people show, outside of city staff
that attended, Williams said.
He added Sept. 11 ceremonies
had become more regional events
rather than individual, localized
community events.
Groups in San Jose and Fremont
are both hosting ceremonies.
In San Jose on Sunday, the
San Jose Fire Department will
host a Mass, a memorial march
and a bell-ringing ceremony at
San Jose Fire Station No. 1 at
225 N. Market St.
The Sept. 11 ceremony in San
Jose will begin at 11:30 a.m. to
celebrate Mass at the Cathedral
Basilica of St. Joseph, 80 S.
Market St.
At 12:40 p.m., a somber
memorial march down Market
Street to Fire Station No. 1 will
include firefighters, other public
safety personnel and the public.
At 1 p.m., there will be a
Ringing of the Last Alarm Cere-
mony at Fire Station No. 1
followed by an open house with
refreshments at about 1:20 p.m.
For more information about this
event, visit sanjoseca.gov.
Also in San Jose, an event
remembering the Sept. 11 terror-
ist attacks upon the United
States and the 80th anniversary
of the Sept. 18 Japanese invasion
of China will be held.
The event, called The Road to
Peace: The Sound of Harmony,
will take place at 3:30 p.m. Sunday,
at the Center for the Performing
Arts, at 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose.
For more information, call
277-5277.
In Fremont, the South Bay
Community Church will hold a
Sept. 11 memorial gathering at
12:30 p.m. at Warm Springs
Community Park at 47300 Fernald
St. City of Fremont officials as well
as Fremont fire and police depart-
ment personnel will be present to
speak. A moment of silence will be
observed to remember those who
lost their lives during the attacks.
The Fremont event will last
about an hour. For more informa-
tion, call Pastor Watson at (510)
490-9500, extension 112 or visit
americantowns.com/ca/fremont/
news/9-11-recognition-event-
6338443.
On Sept. 11, 2001, 19 al-
Qaeda terrorists hijacked four
passenger jets United Airlines
flights 93 and 175 and American
Airlines flights 11 and 77 at East
Coast airports. The hijackers
intentionally crashed two planes
into the TwinTowers of the World
Trade Center in New York City,
killing everyone on board and
thousands working in the build-
ings. A third plane was crashed
into the Pentagon in Arlington,
Va., killing 184. The fourth
plane crashed into a field near
Shanksville, Pa. after passengers
attempted to take control of the
aircraft, killing all onboard. Nearly
3,000 people died that day.
Flag pull-out in honor
of Sept. 11 victims
On Page 10 of this issue is a
special flag to pull out and post
in a window at your home or
business in memory of the 10th
anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001
terrorist attacks.
Sept. 11 events in neighboring
cities mark 10-year anniversary
Milpitas discontinues remembrance
ceremony due to budget, low attendance
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Milpitas Mayor Jose Esteves attended
the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Silicon Valley chapters blood drive 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Sunday at its mosque on Evans
Road in Milpitas.
The drive was part of this months nation-
wide campaign, Muslims for Life, honoring
the victims of Sept. 11, 2001 on the 10th
anniversary of the terrorist attacks and uphold-
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Sabuhi Siddique, a public service secretary at
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BY SHANNON BARRY
Although Milpitas Unified School
District surpassed the latest state guide-
lines according to scores released for
Accountability Progress Reporting by the
California Department of Education Aug.
31, it failed to meet the federal account-
ability system of Adequate Yearly Progress
for the same 2010-11 period.
California ranks all schools on a 1,000-
point scale called the Academic
Performance Index based on how well stu-
dents perform on a variety of tests. A score
of 800 is considered excellent. The yearly
goal is for continuous improvement of 5
percent annually until each school reaches
a score of 800 while the goal for Adequate
Yearly Progress is 11 percent.
Since Congress passed the No Child
Left Behind Act in 2001, the federal gov-
ernment expects schools to educate all
types of students with a goal of everyone
reaching proficiency by 2013-14. These
standards leave a vast majority of school
districts as failing.
In Santa Clara County, 19 of 31 school
districts including Milpitas Unified
and the county Office of Education
arent meeting the federal marks and have
fallen into Program Improvement. At the
same time, though, the county is among
the best in the state, according to API
scores, with 13 of the top 25 elementary
API: Schools surpass state guidelines on tests
But MUSD continues second year in Program Improvement
after failing to meet federal benchmarks
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8 SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 MILPITAS POST
C O M M U N I T Y
BY IAN BAUER
Milpitas City Council on
Tuesday approved the following
agenda items:
I The council unanimously sup-
ported a resolution urging the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration to
have greater regulation of mentho-
lated cigarettes and flavored tobac-
co products, which may result in
greater intake of carcinogens and
nicotine. Mentholated and fla-
vored tobacco products are consid-
ered starter products for youth
who begin smoking. According to
the city-supported resolution,
these tobacco products are aimed
at minority children including
Hispanic, Asian-American and
African-American children ages 12
to 17 years old.
I The council unanimously
approved a fee waiver and in-
kind donation and staffing for
the Milpitas Community TVs
community event at the Milpitas
Civic Center Amphitheater on Oct.
22. The waiver totals $782.50.
I The council unanimously
approved a fee waiver and in-
kind donation of equipment and
staffing for Milpitas Parks and
Recreation Foundations fourth
annual Festival of Trees gala
fund-raiser at Milpitas City Hall
Dec. 1. The requested fee waiver
totals $1,683.75.
I The council unanimously adopted
an ordinance for amendment to
the contract between the Board of
Administration California Public
Employees Retirement System
and City of Milpitas employees.
The ordinance includes different
levels of city employee benefits; a
2 percent at 60 retirement formu-
la; a three-year final compensation
plan; and related amendments.
I The council unanimously
adopted a resolution awarding a
$487,667 contract to EcoPlexus
Inc. for the main sewer pump
stations vehicle canopy to be fit-
ted with solar panels.
I The council unanimously
approved an annex of property
into the Los Coches Residential
Project into the citys community
facilities district. The planned
project would feature 83 single-
family detached homes, private
streets and associated improve-
ments on a 5-acre site off Los
Coches Street, the former site of
Mintons Lumber and Cal Skate
of Milpitas. The annexation will
subject the properties to a special
tax to pay for certain city ser-
vices.
I The council unanimously
approved a side letter agreement
between City of Milpitas and the
Milpitas Police Officers Association,
related to changes to the California
Public Employees Retirement
System and City of Milpitas. The
changes affect non-sworn miscel-
laneous employees within the
police union.
Prior to the vote, Mayor Jose
Esteves was critical of the police
union for not taking greater steps
toward employee pension reform.
In response, Milpitas City
Manager Tom Williams said as
the MPOAs contract nears its
December 2012 expiration, city
staff at contract negotiations
would seek greater concessions
from police on employee benefits.
Council OKs changes to employee benefits, strengthens anti-tobacco stance
Members of the San Jose City Council present a resolution to Commission on the Status of Women
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Herrera, Doty, Councilmember Donald Rocha and Councilmember Ash Kalra.
County commemorates
Womens Equality Day
The Women: Making it Work... Better! panel (from left): Elmy Bermejo,
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Breakfast celebrates
91 years of womens
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I
n commemoration of Womens
Equality Day, the County of
Santa Clara Commission on
the Status of Women and the
Office of Womens Policy hosted
their annual breakfast Aug. 26 at
the India Community Center in
Milpitas. The event attracted civic
leaders who celebrated the achieve-
ments of women and discussed
challenges and opportunities for
womens advancement.
Panelists included Elmy Bermejo,
Department of Labor, director of
intergovernmental affairs; Kim
Warren, Intel, womens initiative
manager for global diversity educa-
tion and external relations; and
Phyllis Stuart Pires, SAP Labs
North America, vice president,
global head of diversity. The mod-
erator was retired Judge LaDoris
Cordell, San Jose independent
police auditor.
Womens Equality Day com-
memorated the anniversary of
womens right to vote in the
United States. The event addressed
current challenges and acknowl-
edged outstanding women and
their accomplishments.
BY IAN BAUER
A Murphy Ranch Road resi-
dential project, approved four
years ago to include a mix of 659
multi-family units amid high-
tech firms west of Interstate 880,
has started construction on the
apartment phase.
This is part of the Fairfield pro-
ject that was approved in the fall of
2007, James Lindsay, Milpitas
Planning and Neighborhood
Services director, said. The
apartments are under construc-
tion, Fairfield is building them.
The project, called Cerano
Apartments at 501 Murphy
Ranch Road, will feature 374
apartment units and an adjacent
parking structure.
Milpitas City Manager Tom
Williams said the Cerano project
was delayed due to the recession-
ary economy as well as Fairfield
filing for bankruptcy in recent
years.
They filed for Chapter 11
reorganization, so theyre coming
out of that, he said.
Williams said Silicon Valleys
stronger rental market helped
promote the new build out of the
apartment complex that took
years to get underway.
In November 2007, Milpitas
City Council voted 3-2, with
Mayor Jose Esteves and
Councilwoman Althea Polanski
dissenting, to approve San
Diego-based Fairfield Residential
LLCs planned 659-unit residen-
tial project.
The councils approval fol-
lowed multiple meetings that
drew residents and city adminis-
trators, school officials and area
business interests who were
opposed to Fairfields desire to
build 374 apartment units, 285
townhomes and an adjacent two-
acre public park on 21.7 acres of
vacant industrial park land.
Felix Reliford, then the citys
interim planning director, told
council members that the
Murphy Ranch project was
found to be in conflict with the
citys adopted general plan and
would place a strain on the citys
water and sewer capacity.
Noting the areas absence of
schools, libraries and retail as
well as sidewalks, Reliford went
on to call the Murphy Ranch
project an isolated island of res-
idential development in a sea of
industrial park.
Mayor Esteves and Polanski
argued that the Fairfield develop-
ment was of high quality, but
they could not support it due to
its location.
Others on the council like for-
mer vice mayor Bob Livengood
considered the Murphy Ranch
project a model of future housing
as it placed housing close to jobs.
We need to provide housing
and jobs together; it makes sense,
it is smart growth, Livengood
said then.
The councils project approval
converted the Murphy Ranch
Road parcels land use to multi-
family very high-density zoning.
The residential project, situated
in the Milpitas Technology
Center, is surrounded by high-
tech firms such as Cisco Systems,
SanDisk and KLA Tencor.
According to Lindsay, in recent
years, Fairfield sold off the town
home portion to Los Angeles-
based Resmark Companies to
develop 285 attached for-sale
townhomes. The project remains
the same.
This is how the project was
originally approved, Lindsay said.
In an Aug. 31 press release,
Resmark said Murphy Ranch
will be comprised of 285
attached units in two- and three-
story configurations, with a mix
of 144 row townhomes and 141
townhomes and flats in a motor
court configuration. Floor plans
for these units will range from
1,240 to 1,993 square feet.
Murphy Ranch will also offer
a pool, spa and clubhouse, and
will be adjacent to a public park
featuring open space and a sports
court that is nearly complete, as
well as the Coyote Creek Trail.
In addition to other benefits,
the project will create a substan-
tial number of construction jobs
and supply needed housing to
support employment growth in
the area. Additionally, the project
will benefit other businesses in
the area, such as retail and restau-
rants, Jane Bogart, a Resmark
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BY SHANNON BARRY
Consulting firm Urban Analytics at the
request of the Milpitas Unified School
District reviewed the range of financial
impacts that pending redevelopment legis-
lation may have.
In January, Gov. Jerry Brown proposed
to dissolve the cities redevelopment agen-
cies by July 1, and the 2011-12 state bud-
get was subsequently adopted taking into
consideration the dissolution. The school
district receives pass-through revenue
from redevelopment agencies.
The San Francisco-based firms princi-
pal, David Mealy, who has more than 25
years of experience with redevelopment,
public finance and planning, shared the
analysis with trustees and those in atten-
dance during the Aug. 23 Board of
Education meeting.
At the time we started doing this we
didnt really know what the legislation was
going to look like, Mealy said.
Milpitas City Council, convening as
the citys redevelopment agency during a
special meeting Aug. 23, unanimously
voted to heed an Aug. 11 California
Supreme Court decision to review a peti-
tion challenging the constitutionality of
two State of California budget bills,
Assembly Bill X1 26 and 27, which call
for the elimination of redevelopment
agencies statewide.
The states high court also granted part
of a stay requested by the petitioners,
California Redevelopment Association
and the League of California Cities, that
essentially prevents redevelopment agen-
cies from being forced to make $1.7 bil-
lion in payments until the supreme court
rules on the merits of the case.
So its a strange situation right now,
Mealy said. What we decided to do was take
a look at the two different outcomes. Each of
those has different impacts to the district.
Under the first scenario, in which the
agencies dissolve, Mealy said remaining
funds not committed to pass-through pay-
ments, debt service on existing redevelop-
ment bonds and other contractual obliga-
tions and administrative expenses would
be distributed to local jurisdictions. The
report says funds received by school dis-
tricts would be subject to the revenue
limit split: 43.3 percent would be applied
to the states basic aid funding limit,
reducing the states payment.
Estimated additional revenue to
Milpitas schools in this scenario ranges
from $4 million to $6 million in annual
property tax revenue that is not subject to
the basic aid limit, in addition to the basic
aid limit and normal pass-through pay-
ments.
This hasnt ever been done before so
no one is sure, if the agency actually does
dissolve, how this is going to work out,
Mealy said.
Under the second possibility in which
the agency elects to continue and make a
required community remittance payment
each year, a portion of which will be paid
to the district, he explained the Milpitas
Redevelopment Agency would make an
estimated $14 million payment to the
Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund
in 2011-12. This payment would be dis-
tributed to all school districts overlapping
the project areas and to the Santa Clara
County Office of Education, in propor-
tion to each entitys average daily atten-
dance. This formula would result in the
Milpitas district receiving approximately
69 percent of the $14 million, or $9.5
million. He added, however, 100 percent
of that is designated in the legislation as
property tax revenue subject to the rev-
enue limit, so it would reduce the amount
of state funding by the same amount. That
means if the Milpitas Redevelopment
Agency continues to operate, the negative
impact to Milpitas Unified is expected to
be around $2 million annually.
In addition, the district is expected to
continue to collect pass-through payments
regardless of whether the agency dissolves.
This is all somewhat speculative
because we really dont know how this dis-
tribution would take effect, Mealy said.
Given the range of possibilities that
could occur under the new legislation,
Mealy said Milpitas Unified wont know
where it stands until the lawsuit is settled,
which he expects wont be until January.
So unfortunately now we have a lot of
moving pieces to the state budget once
again, he said.
State budgets moving pieces leave school funding in dark
Redevelopment agency legislation will impact school district
but extent will not be known until lawsuit is settled
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and finished with the highest overall
academy score. He also received an out-
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highest scores in the categories of com-
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Over the summer DeEtte Starr,
a retired teacher from the Milpitas
Unified School District, read an
article in the Milpitas Post about a
Paper and Supplies drive being
sponsored by Milpitas High
Schools Parent Teacher Student
Association. She contacted organiz-
er Robert Jung to find out how her
organization, the California Retired
Teachers Association, could help.
Jung gave her a wish list that
was developed with input fromthe
teachers involved. Starr presented
the idea to the board for CalRTA
Division 6, who approved $525
for the project with the stipulation
that the donations help as many
teachers as possible. Both Milpitas
High School and Calaveras Hills
High School were recipients of the
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Photo courtesy of DeEtte Starr
MILPITAS POST SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 13
API: Milpitas rises 18 points as a school district
schools; half of the top 10 middle
schools; and two of the top 10
high schools.
It is a little bit frustrating,
Michelle Dimas, Milpitas
Unifieds assistant superintendent
of educational services, said of
the scores that show contrary
classifications.
Because the district failed to
meet federal requirements, she
said the district is now in year
two of Program Improvement,
which looks at schools not meet-
ing federal goals.
In its first year, the district noti-
fied all parents, conducted needs
assessments, wrote an addendum
to the local educational agency
plan and reserved a minimum of
10 percent of Title I funds for pro-
fessional development.
This year, the district will
enact its plan. Dimas said a focus
area will be implementing E.L.
Achieve at more sites, a program
which sets a blueprint for English
by teaching students the form
and function of how to use all
aspects of the language to fully
participate in the classroom. She
said this is important since such a
wide cross-section of students
here use English as their second
language.
Despite the districts failure to
meet federal guidelines, Dimas
said the API results show parents
and students have many things to
be proud of here.
Under API growth, Milpitas
Unified rose 18 points higher
than the previous year to 849.
This is higher than the county-
wide average of 827 and
statewide average of 778.
Thats real exciting as a unified
district, Dimas said. This is the
second year in a row Ive opened
those scores with tears of joy.
Although proud of the dis-
tricts progress as a whole, Dimas
said there were highlights.
What is so exciting about
what were seeing here is it is
another year of significant sus-
tained growth at most of our
sites, she said.
Joseph Weller Elementary
School, for example, posted the
largest increase with a 69-point
gain, placing this years score at 864.
It was a combination of
things they did, Dimas said. She
noted the recently implemented
professional learning communi-
ties, teacher assessment cycles
and intervention programs,
many being implemented within
normal classroom instruction.
If it werent for the push of
(former superintendent) Dr.
Black and Michelle Dimas, and
holding me accountable as prin-
cipal, I dont think we would be
where we were at, said Damon
James, who is in his fourth year as
Wellers principal.
Since starting there, he said
there has been a noticeable rigor
change in addition to focusing
more on data to look at where the
school can improve further and
adding more parent involvement
activities.
I definitely would like to
maintain what weve been doing
and not let it fizzle, James said.
Other areas of note for this
years scores, Dimas said, are that
two elementary schools, Curtner
and Sinnott, broke the 900 mark
at 913 and 900, respectively.
In addition, William Burnett
Elementary School rose 27 points
to 880. Dimas said this is worthy
of note because it is categorized
as a Title I school, meaning there
is a large low-income student
population.
Thats not real common, she
said.
Although the district contin-
ues looking to the future to
improve scores the next time
around, Dimas said the accom-
plishments deserve pause.
We need to stop and cele-
brate success, she said. We have
so much to be proud of. ... Our
staff, our students worked real
hard to (get) where we are.
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C O M M U N I T Y
BY WES BOWERS
In the wake of Solyndras
abrupt closure last week, local
politicians and those in
Washington are calling for inves-
tigations into the events that led
to the solar companys demise.
Rep. Pete Stark, D-Fremont,
last Friday called for Solyndras
chief executive officer to provide
compensation and benefits to all
1,100 employees his firm laid off
Aug. 31.
Stark alleged the firms actions
may violate provisions of the
Worker Adjustment and Retraining
Notification Act.
Created in 1988, the WARN
Act protects workers from the
hardships associated with being
laid off abruptly. Firms with
more than 100 employees must
give them advance notice of an
impending layoff and 60 days of
pay and benefits under the act.
The decision by Solyndras
executives to terminate more
than 1,000 of its hardworking
employees without warning and
to immediately cut off further
payment and benefits was reck-
less, irresponsible and heartless,
Stark said. It may also be illegal.
I urge Solyndras leaders to
quickly revisit their decision and
do right by their employees.
Stark sent CEO Brian
Harrison a letter urging him to
provide such benefits as soon as
possible.
However, in the letter, Stark
said whether the act applies to
Solyndra may be a matter for
courts to decide.
He added the firm has to
prove its inability to meet the
conditions of the WARN Act.
Harrison was unavailable for
comment last week. But David
Miller, Solyndras director of cor-
porate communications, said the
firm is aware of Starks letter.
We were negotiating financ-
ing until the last minutes, which
is why it was not filed earlier,
Miller said of its inability to file
with WARN.
Miller said the company filed
its WARN Act papers last
Wednesday morning as it
announced the closing.
He said approximately 1,000
of Solyndras employees worked
at its location in southern
Fremont. A facility at 1210
California Circle in Milpitas had
closed previously and about 100
workers there moved into jobs at
the Fremont site.
In addition to Stark calling for
Solyndra to aid its employees,
other politicians are calling for
investigations into the firm and
its funding.
Last Friday, House of
Representative investigators
announced they uncovered evi-
dence the White House had
become involved in the U.S.
Department of Energys review
of the $535 million in funds the
firm was granted last year.
According to reports, House
Energy Committee Chairman
Fred Upton, R-Mich., said he
planned to accelerate efforts to
understand a deal that may have
left taxpayers out more than half
a billion dollars.
Uptons letter also called for
the White House to turn over
correspondence between the
Obama administration, Solyndra
and its investors.
White House officials stated
last week they did not intervene
in the loan process. However,
both President Barack Obama
and Department of Energy
staffers had praised the funding
last year.
Obama visited the firm in
May 2010 to tour its facilities
located at 47700 Kato Road,
where he praised the firm as an
example of how green-tech com-
panies deliver jobs.
Solyndra used the $535 mil-
lion loan guarantee to construct
its second fabrication facility on
Kato Road just down the street
from company headquarters,
which was expected to have an
annual manufacturing capacity
of 500 megawatts per year.
The facility created 3,000
construction jobs and an addi-
tional 1,000 green-tech jobs once
the new building was finished.
Hundreds of additional jobs
were supposed to be created for
the installation of Solyndra PV
systems in the United States, the
firm claimed.
The firm estimated Fab 2
would produce solar panels suffi-
cient to generate up to 15
gigawatts of clean, renewable
electricity enough to avoid
300 million metric tons of car-
bon dioxide emissions.
The firm announced the
morning of Aug. 31 it had filed
for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, cit-
ing a staggering global market
and solar industry conditions.
Founded in 2005, Solyndra
designed and manufactured solar
photovoltaic panels and mounts
for the commercial rooftop mar-
ket.
The company claimed it had
installed its systems on more
than 1,000 rooftops in more
than 20 countries.
Stark calls on Solyndra execs to compensate laid off workers
Milpitas API scores
School 2011 Growth API 2010 Base API
Rose 827 (+6) 821
Spangler 874 (+22) 852
Curtner 913 (+28) 885
Sinnott 900 (+10) 890
Weller 864 (+69) 795
Pomeroy 877 (-2) 879
Zanker 869 (+3) 866
Randall 780 (+12) 768
Burnett 880 (+27) 853
Rancho 870 (+14) 856
Russell 880 (+8) 872
Milpitas High 812 (+15) 797
Cal Hills 570 (+15) 497
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year-old Milpitas resident, was
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what was believed to be
marijuana. Four minutes
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Gueorguiev behind the business,
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An officer located a backpack
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discovered the backpack belonged
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BY SHANNON BARRY
Tony Frascone, 34, was
appointed principal of John
Sinnott Elementary School in the
beginning of his 11th year working
for the Milpitas Unified School
District. Frascone will be charged
with leading more than 700 stu-
dents at the top-performing
kindergarten- through sixth-grade
school site beginning Sept. 15.
In the meantime, Colleen
Goncalves, who began with the
district as a kindergarten teacher
at Sinnott 18 years ago and was
formerly a principal at Curtner
Elementary School, is interim
principal at Sinnott. Frascone,
assistant principal of Rancho
Milpitas Middle School, is filling
in as the acting principal there
while the sites leader, Leticia Villa-
Gascon, is on leave to have a baby.
I think this transitions been
good, Frascone said last Friday.
I am getting some kind of in-
the-trenches training right now.
... Im holding down the fort here
at Rancho.
Once Frascone moves over to
Sinnott next week, Katie Martinez,
former principal of Calaveras Hills
High School, will become interim
principal at Rancho until Villa-
Gascon returns from maternity
leave. In addition, Assistant
Superintendent of Human
Resources Cheryl Jordan said the
district hopes to fill the position of
assistant principal at Rancho by
Sept. 13.
Frascones appointment at
Sinnott comes after former prin-
cipal Stacey Espino resigned,
effective June 30, following alle-
gations she had a relationship
with former district superinten-
dent Karl Black.
In some regards I know there
will be a transitional time that
will need to happen this year,
which is true when leadership
changes hands within any orga-
nization, Frascone said.
He was chosen as the new
principal among four other can-
didates Aug. 25, following three
rounds of interviews with district
staff from administration, teach-
ing and classified, community
members, assistant superinten-
dents and new Superintendent
Cary Matsuoka. The interviews
took place following a previous
round where the chosen candi-
date turned down the terms of
the contract, Jordan said.
While the position is general-
ly not filled until district trustees
approve the appointment during
a regularly scheduled meeting,
Jordan said the situation was a
little different than our usual
practices because its at the begin-
ning of the year and the (Board
of Education) wasnt going to
meet again until Sept. 13.
Matsuoka asked trustees for the
authority to appoint Frascone.
Jordan expects the appointment
will be ratified at the Board of
Education meeting next week.
She added Frascone was cho-
sen as the top candidate to fill the
role at Sinnott for a number of
reasons, including his knowledge
of the community, compassion,
drive to succeed and constantly
putting students as top priority.
Im confident what he will be
able to do is bring joy back to the
school, Jordan said. For anyone
who works in Milpitas, when you
mention that (Frascone) is going
to be the principal a huge smile
comes to their face because we
know hes going to be a perfect fit.
Prior to working at Rancho,
Frascone taught physical education
at Milpitas High School for seven
years and served as summer school
principal there for two years (2007
and 2008), worked with students
with severe disabilities at the Santa
Clara County Office of Education
in 2006 and taught special day
class during 2004 and 2005 sum-
mer school for the Milpitas
Unified School District.
He is a graduate of Milpitas
High School and San Jose State
University, where he earned a
bachelors degree in kinesiology
and masters degree in education
administration.
Im just humbled and hon-
ored that the district has given
me a shot to lead a school,
Frascone said. Since Ive been in
this career Ive always gone back
to its all about the kids and thats
No. 1 to me. So Ill keep that
same mentality (at Sinnott).
He didnt apply for the posi-
tion of principal there at first for
different reasons.
When the job originally
posted, I knew I was ready for a
principalship and to take on that
responsibility, he explained.
But I have a baby on the way
and (Villa-Gascon) is due any
moment. I think my loyalty to
Rancho and my own family ...
made me self doubt in applying
for the first round.
This changed when Frascone
was given a second chance.
When I saw it reposted,
something just clicked and I
thought maybe I could be that
guy, Frascone said.
By then he was preparing for
the 2011-12 school year with
other Rancho staff, including
Villa-Gascon, who said he should
have applied the first time.
I think that encouragement
helped push me over the top
even more, Frascone said.
So when he was chosen to inter-
view a week before school started
and appointed by Matsuoka just
days later, Frascone said his feelings
were two-fold when he had to tell
his staff about leaving.
It was difficult, even though
I was so excited to go to Sinnott,
Frascone said. Im excited to
meet and make those strong kind
of connections Ive made with
staff here over there.
Right after that meeting,
Frascone made his way across
Ranchos parking lot to Sinnott
to inform staff there.
I felt really embraced, he
said. The staff was great.
Even though Frascone is look-
ing forward to the change, he
said he is focusing solely on his
duties at Rancho through his
remaining days.
I really didnt want to men-
tally be in two places, Frascone
said. Its so stressful; the respon-
sibility on both sides. And I real-
ly want the staff here at Rancho
to feel like they have their needs
taken care of and Im not slack-
ing on my responsibilities here
because Im mentally over there.
Im trying to finish out strong
here.
Frascone said there are many
people he credits for his newest
appointment, including Villa-
Gascon, Jordan, former teachers
and district staff, and Matsuoka,
who is giving him a chance
despite working with him for a
short period of time. Frascone
also points to Bob Kellogg, now a
principal at The Kings Academy
in Sunnyvale, Steve Cain and Jeff
Lamb, who were coaches and
mentors at the same time he
played football and track at
Milpitas High but grew to
become his colleagues in the
physical education department.
Corrine Osborne gave him a
teaching opportunity.
Frascone said the upbringing
of his father Chuck Frascone was
also a huge factor modeling
what it means to build relation-
ships with people, which is one
of my strongest attributes as a
leader.
He owned a barber shop and
as a kid I would spend my sum-
mers hanging out in there,
Frascone recalls. I watched as
my dad listened, empathized and
encouraged his clients. He knew
their childrens names, planned
vacations, job promotions and
even checked in on them when
there was a loss of a loved one. I
saw first hand what it meant to
be a servant and thats the men-
tality I always keep in mind
when working with my staff,
families and students.
New principal, new year at Sinnott Elementary
Tony Frascone, 34, appointed as top
candidate; will transition from Rancho
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From 12:01 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19
through midnight Monday, Sept. 5, offi-
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agencies arrested 439 individuals for dri-
ving under the influence of alcohol or
drugs and an additional 35 subjects
arrested on drunken-driving warrants.
In 2010, 385 DUI arrests and 17 DUI
warrant arrests occurred during the same
time period. There were no alcohol-related
deaths this year. Last year, there was one
alcohol-related death during this same time.
These numbers are in comparison to
last years totals during the holiday peri-
od. Law enforcement officials will be con-
ducting more anti-DUI efforts through-
out the county and region again during
Halloween and Thanksgiving Eve before
planning for the December winter cam-
paign periods.
State and local law enforcement agen-
cies encourage all motorists to help make
their community safer: Report drunken
drivers and call 911 whenever a danger-
ous or impaired driver is on the road.
Funding for this program was provid-
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of Traffic Safety, through the National
Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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BY IAN BAUER
The Milpitas Mobile Home
Park Rental Review Board,
tasked with reviewing a rent
increase petition at Friendly
Village Mobilehome Estates
where residents are fighting their
landlords proposal to increase
rental fees there by 50 to 90 per-
cent, has yet to hear the dispute.
Deputy City Attorney
Bronwen E. Lacey said the board
on Sept. 2 offered one of three
dates Sept. 29, Oct. 20 or
Oct. 27 for representatives
from Friendly Village and
mobile home park landlord
Santiago Communities Inc. to
pick from to have their dispute
heard by the board. She added
the boards next meeting has not
been scheduled.
In August, scores of Friendly
Village residents crammed into
Milpitas City Halls Council
Chambers outraged over the pro-
posed rental increase they say
will force many of them from
their homes at 120 Dixon
Landing Road.
At the meeting, Friendly
Village residents who despite
claims of poor maintenance
implored Milpitas City Council
to intervene in the rent increase,
just as the council was set to
appoint three new members to
the citys rental review board.
Santiago stated in documents
sent to Friendly Village residents
in late June that their rents
would rise to $875 per month
beginning Oct. 1. City staff said
the proposed Oct. 1 rental
increase would be precluded by
any board hearing date held in
October.
Friendly Village hearing
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B
y now it appears that the dramatic demise of
a highly touted and hopeful government
investment locally in advanced technology
had the same kind of root cause that sees many a
start-up go belly up in the early stages of a cutting-
edge industry. There are literally thousands of such
cadavers buried in Silicon Valley. Students of the
American way of free enterprise capitalism have doc-
umented the same bumpy road in automobiles, air-
craft and airlines, farm machinery and dozens more.
Why should solar be different?
More than a half-billion dollars in taxpayer money
was ponied up as a guarantee for loans for Fremont-
based Solyndra. But recall, it was matched by more
than twice as much private investment. Obviously
the solar panel maker had something going for it. It
looked like it was also the perfect opportunity for
government to show it was serious about creating
jobs and at the same time doing good for the envi-
ronment, unhooking us from oil dependency and
poking those Middle East oil moguls in the eye.
The political pressure to find a way to accom-
plish all these worthy goals was also at a fever pitch.
Remember the political hay made at the opening of
Solyndras local factories with visits from President
Barack Obama and Sen. Barbara Boxer.
The cold, hard reality of finding a straight-for-
ward success pattern in new technologies is that it
requires all the stars to be aligned perfectly. That
almost never happens.
Solyndras founders made some judgment calls,
which have proved fatally wrong. One was that the
price of refined silicon would remain high, so they took
a chance in designing their solar panels with a different
feed stock. They also thought they had a strong com-
petitive advantage in being able to use their innovate
systemof flat roof installation. It turned out that others
were able to mimic and eliminate this advantage.
Perhaps most significant was the decision of the
Chinese government to massively subsidize this indus-
try. The differential in labor is often blamed for an
inability to compete in what has become a worldwide
marketplace for solar panels. But it appears that cost
was not the major explanation of the Solyndra debacle.
At this juncture, there has been very little trans-
parency but no shortage of knee-jerk political
rhetoric. We smelled a rat from the onset said two
Republican congressmen who have convened an
investigation. Democratic lawmakers have called for
money to compensate laid off workers in accord
with a law requiring a warning period if big layoffs
are foreseen, but theyve been silent about getting
detailed information about this startling collapse.
At this stage no one can predict how badly this
will all turn out. But it certainly will be a painful
lesson for everyone about betting on the wrong
horse in rapidly evolving industries.
We would hope that this jarring experience does-
nt end the search for ways to keep a growing and still
very promising U.S. solar industry moving forward.
The U.S. Department of Energy has funded
more than 40 solar companies helping produce
more than 60,000 clean-tech jobs with very posi-
tive impacts on the worldwide solar market as well
as here at home. Not every wager is going to pro-
duce a winner. But there isnt any turning back
from the decision to continue to subsidize game-
changing innovations if our country is to remain a
leader in the global economy.
Walmart has rights
in free economy
Dear Editor,
Fragmented Milpitas cant get
anything done. Walmart is not
the priority!
Within the City of Milpitas
lies my street with potholes with-
in potholes. My zip code could
now match northern Japan-east
coast zip codes.
Can we argue about main-
taining some kind of mainte-
nance within our city?
Walmart, a store I dislike
completely because of the lousy
service, still has some rights in
this free economy of ours. They
have been here since 1994.
Target, Lowes and Cabelas
are similar to Walmart when it
comes to being anchor stores for
developers of shopping centers.
They also are not known for
high wages and benefits.
If Walmart didnt come,
Borders, In-N-Out Burger or
your other favorite stores at
McCarthy Ranch probably
would not have come here.
Probably about 30 percent of
our population can only afford
to shop at Walmart.
I love Nob Hill and Safeway
and will remain loyal to them for
the service and quality.
Growing up in the 1950s and
1960s there was a corner market
to go buy milk, bread and
Popsicles within three blocks of
our house until those big chain
stores like Safeway came to town
and put them out of business.
We need revenue and should
not let McCarthy Ranch die out.
Walmart may be a bitter pill to
swallow to build momentum in
that shopping center but it is
something to chew on.
Dont worry Nob Hill, we just
shopped there tonight; the red
snapper was great!
I can also guess that a sub-
stantial percentage of city
employees (at all levels) dont live
in Milpitas preferring more high-
end cities like Los Gatos,
Saratoga, Willow Glen, the bet-
ter parts of Fremont, etc. How
can they really care about this
city if they dont live in it?
The next group of councilper-
sons and mayor should represent
us, the residents of Milpitas as
priority No. 1.
Butch Martens
Big Bend Drive
Knights give thanks
Dear Editor,
The Knights of Columbus St.
Elizabeth Council 8747 and St.
Elizabeth Teen Group sponsored
a car wash fund-raiser at St.
Elizabeth Church on Aug. 28.
We raised a total of $1,224,
thanks to your generous dona-
tions. The proceeds will be
donated to the Special Education
Program at Milpitas High
School. A huge thank you to our
volunteers which included repre-
sentatives from the teen group,
Boy Scouts, members of Knights
of Columbus and family, St.
Elizabeth Church and parish
office staff for all of your help to
make this a successful fund-rais-
ing program. Thank you to the
following media: Milpitas Post,
Tri City Voice and Milpitas Patch.
Charles Hudson, grand knight,
Knights of Columbus,
St. Elizabeth Council 8747
The risky investment everyone made in Solyndra
shouldnt mean abandoning the push for clean-tech
EDITORIAL
President Barack Obama speaks at Solyndra in 2010 after the company received a $535-million loan from
the U.S. Department of Energy.
Photo by James Sakane
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Editorial, letters to the editor
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Deputy Grand Knight Khai
Phan, Financial Secretary Andy
Dyson, member Hoang Vu,
trustee Skip Yenchik, District
Deputy Tim Crews and Grand
Knight Charles Hudson.
Courtesy of the Knights of Columbus
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B R I E F L Y
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with special needs or disabilities
on Oct. 8 from 1 to 5 p.m. at
1989 E. Calaveras Blvd.
Parents can drop their chil-
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can partake in games, crafts, fun,
music, snacks and more while
they take a break.
Children with special needs
and their siblings (ages 5 to 14)
are invited.
All activities will be led by
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Pre-registration before Sept.
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Young man assists
in time of need
Dear Editor,
I just want to let people in
Milpitas know we still have a
Good Samaritan out there.
Let me tell you the incident
that happened early Sunday, Aug.
28, between 3:30 and 4:30 a.m.
My husband has Alzheimers dis-
ease, in the moderate stage. This
was the first time he wandered
out of the house without anyone
at my sons house knowing about
it. Everyone in the house, includ-
ing myself, were sound asleep
until the phone rang at about
5:45 a.m. It was the hospital. He
was in his pajama pants, a T-shirt
and socks.
According to the staff at San
Jose Medical Center, some young
man saw him walking down Park
Victoria Drive, which is about
two blocks down from my sons
house, and kindly picked him up
and took him to the nearest fire
station on Yosemite Drive. He
thought he might be high on
drugs and looked confused.
The fire department then
took my husband to the hospital
and proceeded to find out who
he was. Thank God he was able
to tell them his name and birth-
day, my name and my daughter-
in-laws name and that he is from
Seaside, near Monterey, one hour
away from Milpitas. We got him
home safely.
We tried to find out who this
nice young man is to thank him
personally for saving my hus-
band. So many bad things could
have happened to him. The fire
station couldnt tell us who took
my husband there.
If you can kindly print this
letter, maybe someone will rec-
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who this good person is. I just
want people to know there are
still good, compassionate, caring
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On Aug. 29 at about noon,
Milpitas Police Department offi-
cers responded to an auto bur-
glary on the 1790 block of Clear
Lake Avenue.
A 50-year-old Fremont man
left his 2005 Honda Pilot parked
in a lot near a business. When he
returned about two hours later,
someone had shattered the right
rear passenger window, police said.
The suspect stole a camera and
two camera lenses that were valued
at $2,300.
Video surveillance captured the
suspects image.
The suspect is an Asian man
in his 30s, medium height, with
black hair and a clean-shaven
face. He wore glasses, a white
long-sleeved shirt, khaki pants
and a black belt, police said.
Armed duo rob Jacklin
Road pizza parlor
On Aug. 27 at 9:22 p.m.,
police responded to an armed
robbery at Little Caesars pizza at
287 Jacklin Road.
Two masked men entered the
business, pointed handguns at
the employees and demanded
money. The suspects took an
undisclosed amount from the
safe and fled to a small gray
sedan.
No injuries to restaurant
employees were reported.
The first suspect was
described as a Hispanic man in
his 20s, between 5 feet, 2 inches
and 6 feet tall, medium build,
wearing a dark gray hooded
sweatshirt, a black ski mask and
black pants, police said.
The second suspect was
described as a Hispanic man in
his 20s, 5 feet, 7 inches tall,
medium build, wearing a face
mask, a black jacket, and carry-
ing a black workout bag.
Cardiff Place home burglar
takes jewelry, electronics
On Aug. 26 at about 11:45
a.m., police responded to a resi-
dential burglary on the 600
block of Cardiff Place.
Police said witnesses saw a
man running away through their
back yard, away from their
neighbors home.
Arriving officers found the
neighbors home burglarized.
The loss was thousands of dollars
worth of jewelry, cash and elec-
tronics, police said.
The suspect was described as
an African-American man in his
20s with a light complexion, 5
feet, 6 inches tall, thin build,
with short braided hair, wearing
a black long-sleeved shirt, police
said.
Bicycle stolen outside
Sycamore Drive firm
On Aug. 26 at 5:06 a.m.,
someone stole a bicycle outside a
Linear Technology Corp. build-
ing at 790 Sycamore Drive.
Police said the bikes owner, a
45-year-old San Jose man,
returned to where hed left his
locked $500 bicycle, only to find
it gone.
A possible suspect was only
partially described as a man in
his 20s or 30s, police said.
New York residents wallet
taken from hotel room
On Aug. 25 at about 11:46
p.m., police responded to a com-
mercial burglary at the Beverly
Heritage Hotel at 1820 Barber
Lane.
Police said the victim, a 26-
year-old New York man, awoke
in his room to find a man with a
flashlight standing over his bed.
Before fleeing, the suspect
allegedly told the victim he was
checking his room to see if the
door was locked.
The victim discovered his wal-
let and all of its contents had
been stolen. The victim was not
injured, police said.
The suspect was described as a
Hispanic man, about 5 feet, 10
inches tall, medium build, wear-
ing an unknown color T-shirt
and pants. The unknown suspect
spoke with an accent, police said.
Police evacuate Images
homes on assault report
Milpitas Police Department
officers responded to an assault
and battery call involving a man
and woman on the 200 block of
Images Circle on Saturday at
about 6 p.m.
Police said a woman called
complaining about an acquain-
tance who allegedly made threats
to her and assaulted her. She
allegedly told police the suspect
was intoxicated and had three
guns.
Milpitas officers armed with
rifles showed up and evacuated
adjacent homes. Officers eventu-
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pect who turned out to be
unarmed, police said.
Officers determined the
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The Milpitas High School varsi-
ty football squad opened the 2011
season with a big win Friday,
defeating Jefferson High School
19-3 on a cold Daly City evening.
The Trojans opened the game
with a defensive scoring opportu-
nity, blocking a Jefferson punt in
the first quarter and scoring a
safety for the first two points of
the night.
Quarterback Tony Sauceda
later kicked a field goal.
Sauceda completed 14 of 28
passing attempts for 176 yards,
which included a 33-yard touch-
down pass to Brandon Colbert.
Running back Squally Canada
rushed for 100 yards and also
scored a touchdown for the
Trojans to close out the scoring.
Wide receiver Rodney McKenzie
had five receptions and receiver
Tre Hartley had four catches.
Hartley also recovered a fumble
as a defensive back.
The Trojan defense was led by
linebacker Marcos Mancilla, who
tallied 12 tackles against the
Indians offense. Defensive line-
backer Vita Vea added 10 tackles
for Milpitas.
Head coach Kelly King said
Chris Malone played well at defen-
sive end, while defensive lineman
Darrien Hamberry intercepted a
pass and linebacker Mario
Aguirre recovered a fumble.
Milpitas first home game of
the season is tonight against
Alvarez High School of Salinas,
who will be playing its first game
of the season. Kickoff is 7 p.m. at
Milpitas High School.
The Trojans will head to
Newark Memorial High School
next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff
against the Cougars, who open
their season tonight against
Castro Valley High School.
Trojans rout Jefferson Indians in pre-season opener
Varsity football led by QB Sauceda
Senior Julia Regalado serves during a Milpitas High School varsity volleyball practice prior to the Spikefest.
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Wrap-ups of local athletic action
Milpitas opens season 3-3
BY WES BOWERS
The Milpitas High School girls varsity
volleyball team finished the opening week-
end with a 3-3 record after winning two
matches in its annual Spikefest I Invitational
Tournament Saturday.
Head Coach Jeff Lamb said the Lady
Trojans ended the weekend on a couple of high
notes, defeating Pinewood High School of Los
Altos 2-0, and Mount Madonna High School
of Watsonville 2-1 to end the tournament.
Milpitas won the match against the Pinewood
Panthers 25-17 and 25-20 to give the Lady
Trojans the Yellow Division Championship.
Milpitas eked out wins against Mount
Madonna 26-24, 21-25 and 15-13.
Things didnt look good for Milpitas to
start the tournament, as the Trojans lost the
first three matches to San Franciscos Sacred
Heart Cathedral, San Joses Willow Glen
High School and Gilroys Christopher High
School, all by scores of 2-0.
The Trojans lost to Sacred Heart 25-12,
25-12, and to Willow Glen 25-22, 25-22.
They fell to Christopher 25-17, 25-22.
Milpitas opened the regular season Sept. 1
with a 3-1 victory over San Joses Silver Creek
High School.
Milpitas hosted Morgan Hills Live Oak
High School last night, but scores were too
late to print.
The Trojans head to Leland and Santa Teresa
high schools inSanJoseTuesday andWednesday,
respectively. Both matches start at 6 p.m.
Milpitas returns home Sept. 19 for a 5:45
p.m. match against Fremonts American High
School.
Hitters drop three at annual Spikefest
24 SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 MILPITAS POST
Junior Taylor Davis adds height
to the lineup as a key Trojan mid-
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Martinez is hoping to raise
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She said anyone is welcome to
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Martinez added participants
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Theater, opera, movies, literature
M
oral ambiguity is a staple
of the espionage thriller
genre. Spies, assassins and
their targets and employers tend not
to be people at the all-good end of
the ethical spectrum. The Debt
takes that idea and runs with it,
but rather than making for a
thought-provoking, exciting film,
it turns into a potentially very
uncomfortable one.
The Debt follows two story-
lines: in 1997, two ex-Mossad
agents are lauded as their
daughters book about
their greatest mission is
launched. Rachel (Helen
Mirren) and Stefan (Tom
Wilkinson), along with
their colleague David
(Ciaran Hinds), risked
their lives 30 years before
when the three of them
tracked down Nazi war criminal
Dieter Vogel in East Berlin. Their
memories and stories from the
mission are interwoven with the
latter-day events as distressing
news related to those fateful
weeks reaches them.
The 1966 mission was full of
catastrophes, and the agents strug-
gled to find ways to complete their
task without losing their humani-
ty. Its an engaging tale the
young David (Sam Worthington)
and Rachel (Jessica Chastain) are
compelling and sympathetic, and
as Stefan (Marton Csokas) shows
his callous, ambitious colors every-
thing teeters on a knifes edge.
There is a strong seam of classical
tragedy here, in which characters
are doomed by flaws springing
from their best qualities.
The performances are stellar
even Worthington, whose
performance in Avatar
was so flat it was a relief
when he was masked with
CGI, does good work.
Mirren and Wilkinson are
as excellent as ever, giving
us glimpses of their char-
acters complexity even in
the short amount of
screen time they have to work.
Hinds is given almost no scenes,
and wanders through them like a
man already dead.
It makes for a compelling
thriller. Where The Debt falls
apart is its apparent agreement
with a speech by Vogel about why
the Jews deserved to be extermi-
nated in the camps. He says in
one of his manipulative, one-
sided conversations with his cap-
tors that the prisoners in Birkenau
could have overwhelmed their
guards with sheer numbers, but
none of them were willing to die
for the sake of their fellows it
only took four guards to lead
thousands to the gas chambers
because none of them were will-
ing to die to save the rest.
It is, of course, appalling, vic-
tim-blaming stuff. And yet,
Stefan, Rachel and David all seem
to prove him right over the course
of the film. Its hard to describe in
much detail without spoiling the
film, but here goes. Each of the
three give altruistic reasons for
their actions, but all their pivotal,
plot-changing decisions are driven
by self-serving passivity in the face
of danger. Theres talk about serv-
ing the greater good, but ultimate-
ly they all do what makes their
own lives easier.
It makes for an uncomfortable
film. Any movie which seems to
be agreeing with a character
called the surgeon of Birkenau,
who performed unspeakable
experiments on his prisoners, is
very hard to enjoy.
Its a pity, because everything
else about the film is very well
done. Whether or not youll enjoy
it has more to do with how you
interpret the characters actions
than how the film was made.
Personally, it made me want to go
home and take a shower.
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The Debt: classic tragedy that trips on characters flaws
EALASAID HAAS
AT THE MOVIES
The Debt is a compelling thriller though the characters actions may
leave you uneasy.
Photo courtesy of The Debt Pictures
MOVIE REVIEW
The Debt
Directed by: John Madden
Starring: Helen Mirren, Ciaran Hinds,
Tom Wilkinson, Sam Worthington,
Jessica Chastain, Marton Csokas
Rated: R for some violence and lan-
guage.
26 SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 MILPITAS POST
S
ome characters nail the cool
factor in spades. Jason
Bourne, James Bond (Sean
Connery version), Hans Solo
and just about every role played
by Paul Newman. U.S. Marshal
Rooster Cogburn may drink too
much, shower too little and think
a little too highly of himself, but
there is no denying, he is cool.
How else can a cowboy hold reins
in his mouth to enable him to use
two hands in a gun fight?
Mattie Ross was just 14 years old
when her father was shot and killed
by a coward by the name of Tom
Chaney. Sensing the low priority
her fathers murder has with local
lawenforcement, she decides to hire
a marshal to accompany her on an
expedition to bring her fathers
murderer to justice. She asks the
sheriff for a recommendation. The
meanest one is Rooster
Cogburn. He is a pitiless
man, double-tough, and
fear dont enter into his
thinking. He loves to pull
a cork. Now L.T. Quinn,
he brings in his prisoners
alive...Quinn is a good
peace officer and a lay
preacher to boot ... about
the best they have. Without hes-
itation, Mattie responds, Where
can I find this Rooster?
Smart and sassy Mattie, Rooster
Cogburn, and a vain Texas Ranger,
named LaBoeuf set out into
Choctaw Indian territory to hunt
down Chaney. A narration from a
young female in post-Civil War
Arkansas, was a daring approach
to this 1968 novel. Portis captures
the unique yet believable, personali-
ty of Mattie Ross, adds Old West
adventure, and sprinkles
in an inordinate amount
of humor to tell this enter-
taining story. It is worth
noting that the narrationis
actually an adult Matties
recollection of events.
Mattie is level-headed
with a knack for seeing
beyond the moment of a
circumstance. I could have con-
founded him and his silliness right
there, but I had not the strength,
nor the inclination to bandy words
with a drunkard. What you done
when you have bested a fool? Her
business sense is acute and her faith
in the family lawyer and the
offering of his services adds
comedy to tense situations.
Contrary to everyones predic-
tions, Mattie holds her own. Even
when her life is hanging in the
balance, Mattie keeps her head. I
called out at once and was again
mocked by the echo of my own
voice and by the wind and the
dripping of the cave water and
the squeaking of the bats.
Grit, the trait she admires most
in Cogburn, is a trait Mattie shares.
Recommendation: A friend
recently enjoyed a re-read of this
novel while his sixth-grader dis-
covered western fiction for the first
time. It appeals to a vast audience
and whether the films have been
seen or not, it should be on every-
ones must-read-someday list.
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Gritty American classic follows daughters quest for justice
KEL KANADY
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BOOK REVIEW
True Grit, Charles Portis (The
Overlook Press, 1968; 236 pages)
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1 yellow bell pepper, cut into
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1 large red onion, cut into chunks
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2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
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1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil
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1/2 cup diced onion
1/2 cup diced tomatoes
2 pounds lean ground beef
6 slices of Monterey Jack cheese
6 hamburger buns
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2 teaspoons olive oil
1 small onion, thinly sliced
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1 package (8 ounces) sliced
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2 tablespoons white wine or
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1/4 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon freshly ground
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Dash nutmeg
4 cups baby spinach leaves
6 Quorn Meatless Meatballs
1/2 cup prepared tomato sauce
1 prepared 12-inch (10-ounces)
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1 cup shredded part skim moz-
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Three-day St. John
Autumn Festival
St. John the Baptist Catholic
Church is holding its Autumn
Festival with rides, food, games and
entertainment Friday, Sept. 9
through Sunday, Sept. 11 at its
parish, 297 S. Main St.
Friday night, South Bay School
of Music Arts will perform at the
event being held 5-10 p.m. and
bingo will be held from 7-10 p.m.
with a $100 payout per game.
On Saturday, the festival will
open at 11 a.m., have a barbecue at
12 p.m., entertainment by the
California Beach Boys, bingo from
1:30-4:30 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. with a
$250 payout per game and go
through 10 p.m.
On Sunday, the festival will open
its final day with a pancake breakfast
from 8-11 a.m., have its last bingo
event from 1:30-4:30 p.m. with a
$100 payout per game and close at
10 p.m. The Big Band Millennium
Orchestra will perform as part of the
closing day events. Buy advance dis-
count ride tickets at $10 for 20 tick-
ets. During the festival, tickets will
be $20 for 24 tickets.
For more information or to buy
tickets in advance, call 262-2546.
Berryessa/Milpitas hoops
Registration for the Berryessa/
Milpitas NJB co-ed basketball league
is now open. Visit bamnjb.com to
register or for more information. The
deadline to register is Oct. 31.
Phantom Art Gallery
The Milpitas Phantom Art
Gallery announces the gallery exhib-
it Flight of Imagination by fea-
tured artist Vinay Verma at the
Milpitas Community Center, 457 E.
Calaveras Blvd. Vermas work will be
on display through Sept. 16. For
more information, call 586-3409.
Personal training services
Achieve fitness goals by working
with a certified personal trainer at
the Milpitas Sports Center. A safe
and effective cardiovascular, resis-
tance and flexibility program can be
designed for your personal needs.
Reasonable rates and discounts are
available for multiple sessions pur-
chased. For more information
regarding this program and other
wellness programs, call the Milpitas
Sports Center at 586-3225 or visit
the center at 1325 E. Calaveras Blvd.
Book donations sought
Are you looking for a good place
to donate your used books, DVDs
and CDs? The Friends of the
Milpitas Library would be happy to
take them. Any materials the library
cannot use will be sold at the next
big book sale Sept. 23-25 in the
library auditorium. All proceeds
from these sales go to support library
programs and projects. The Friends
cannot use any books which are
moldy, falling apart or have yellow
pages. Also, they do not accept mag-
azines or old computer books. But
all other items may be placed in the
special book donation slot in the
library garage near the elevator. If
you would like a receipt for tax pur-
poses, come into the library and ask
for one at the Information Desk.
Library staff just needs to know the
total number of items you are donat-
ing. The library is located at 160 N.
Main St. For more information, call
262-1171, extension 3616.
Historical society speaker
The next Milpitas Historical
Society meeting will be held
Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. in the
Community Room of the Milpitas
Public Library, 160 N. Main St.
Guest speaker will be Roger
Skuse, also known as Rattlesnake
Roger. He will be discussing the use
of weapons on the frontier with
emphasis on war clubs, tomahawks
and bowie knives using examples
from his own collection. He will also
include a presentation about trade
blankets, handmade Navajo chiefs
blankets and Plains Indians cloth-
ing. He will have an assortment of
Native American items on display
for the group to see and enjoy.
A field trip to the Dublin
Heritage Park and Museums with a
docent tour of the Murray school-
house, St. Raymonds Church and
the Kolb Ranch buildings is being
planned later in September. This will
be discussed, and a date set for the
Dublin tour at the meeting.
The public is invited to attend at
no charge. For further information,
call 320-9587.
Pastor installation
The public is invited to the
installation of St. John the Baptist
Catholic Churchs new pastor,
Father Ritchie S. Bueza, Sept. 17 at
the 5 p.m. Mass. The churchs bish-
op, the Rev. Patrick Joseph McGrath
of the Diocese of San Jose, will be
presiding. A reception with enter-
tainment and festivities will follow at
Pavalkis Hall. RSVP by Sept. 9 by
calling 262-2546, extension 301.
Reading Buddies
Children in kindergarten
through fifth grade can read to a dog
at the Milpitas Public Library.
Children can drop in between 2 to 3
p.m. on the fourth Saturday of the
month. Dogs are provided by Furry
Friends of Santa Clara County. For
more information, call the
Childrens Help Desk at 262-1171,
extension 3624.
Senior center open house
The Barbara Lee Senior Center is
hosting its first Milpitas Parks and
Recreation Department PLAYgrounds
Open House and Senior Advisory
Commission Senior Health and
Resource Fair Sept. 24 from 10 a.m.-
2 p.m. From day programs, activi-
ties, trips and seminars, you are sure
to find something youll want to
join. Resource tables and presenta-
tions on optometry, assisted living,
chiropractic care, nutrition and new
treatments for eye diseases and much
more will be available. For more
information, call 586-3400 or visit
ci.milpitas.ca.gov.
Peaceful Poets meet
Peaceful Poets now meet the
third Thursday of the month at 6:30
p.m. at the Milpitas Public Library.
If a holiday falls on the third
Thursday, the group meets the
fourth Thursday of the month. For
more information, contact Kaye
Waldow at 946-0247.
Walk for youth
All non-profits serving San
Francisco Bay Area youth are invit-
ed to join the Walk For Our Local
Youth Sept. 17 from 9-10:30 a.m.
from Jubilee Community Center to
the Alviso Marina. If you work with
any such group, consider signing on
as a beneficiary to raise funds for
your favorite non-profit. Nearly 60
non-profit groups signed on as ben-
eficiaries already. United Way
Silicon Valley is a beneficiary, as is
American Foreign Legion and
American Red Cross and numerous
big Bay Area groups. Valley Medical
Center Foundation is one of the
three co-hosts, as are Firehouse
Community Development Corp.
and Santa Visits Alviso Foundation.
For more information, visit regath-
on.com/walkforyouth.
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SUMMER BOOK SALE
The Summer Book Sale organized by the Friends of the Milpitas
Library is approaching.
Post file photo
The Friends of the Milpitas
Library is holding its Summer
Book Sale Sept. 23-25. The sale
will begin with a member pre-
view night 7-9 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 23 with membership avail-
able at the door. The sale will
open to the public 10 a.m.-5
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 and 12-
4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25.
Books will be sold at $1.50
per inch, audio books and
DVD/CVDs at $5 each, CDs at
$1.50 each and there will be spe-
cial priced items marked. Sept.
25 will also be the sales bargain
day, when a bag full of books is
$5 and media items are marked
down 50 percent.
For Friday night access to the
Friends book sale, you may
enter the library from either
side. Once youve parked, walk
north along the back of the
library (east side) to the second
door on the left. Doors will
open at 7 p.m.
If you wish to volunteer, call
the library at 262-1171, exten-
sion 3616 and leave your name
and phone number so a member
of the Friends of the Milpitas
Library can contact you. You
may also sign up to volunteer at
the information desk upstairs on
the second floor of the Milpitas
Public Library, located at 160
N. Main St. For more informa-
tion about Friends of the
Milpitas Library, visit milpitas-
fol.org.
LATER THIS MONTH
C A L E N D A R
Veterans commission
The Milpitas Veterans Commission
seeks Milpitas residents who have
served in any branch of the U.S. mil-
itary. The veterans commission is ded-
icated to finding available resources to
support veterans and their families.
Milpitas Veterans Commission
members have first-hand experience
with federal requirements for benefits
guaranteed to discharged and retired
veterans. Commissioners can also offer
camaraderie and connection to the
Milpitas community. They are active
in City of Milpitas events honoring
veterans and their service to our coun-
try. Memorial Day, Fourth of July and
Veterans Day celebrations are opportu-
nities for all Milpitas veterans to be
involved and honored. The commis-
sion also offers ways the community
may learn how to properly honor our
country through educational forums
about honoring the flag, proper display
and retirement, and available sources
for new or replacement flags. Veterans
may reach commissioners through
City of Milpitas website at ci.milpi-
tas.ca.gov/government/commissions/v
eterans.asp.
Dog Book Reading Club
Do you love dogs? Want to learn
more about their behavior, training,
learning, body language and using
positive training methods? Come
meet other dog lovers in a fun, friend-
ly environment to share all youve
learned about your dogs behavior.
Join Humane Society Silicon Valleys
Dog Book Reading Club 2-4 p.m. the
fourth Sunday of every month (Sept.
25, Oct. 30, Nov. 27, Jan. 29, Feb.
26) in Humane Society Silicon
Valleys board room, 901 Ames Ave.
in Milpitas. Attendance is free. Light
refreshments and book discussions
will be provided at each session. The
Dog Book Reading Club is facilitated
by volunteer Elizabeth Laverty. For
more information, call 291-0466 or
e-mail lavewill@comcast.net.
Fil-Am writers showcase
Join the Union City Library Sept.
25 at 2 p.m. for an afternoon show-
case of one act play, stage reading and
music by Filipino creative artists and
writers. The program features the
one-act play Rizal on Angel Island
by Ignacio Zulueta, an imagining of
the Philippine national heros detain-
ment by U.S. customs while en route
to China. The program will be mod-
erated by Oscar Pearanda, winner of
the Global Filipino Literary Award
for 2004. He is the author of Full
Deck (Jokers Playing), a collection
of poetry, and Seasons by the Bay, a
collection of stories.
The program will also feature a
staged reading of In Her Mothers
Image, based on the novel by
Cecilia Gaerlan and performed per-
formed by multi-cultural theater arts
group Artis Mundi. The program is
funded in part by the Friends of the
Union City Library. The Union City
Library is located at 34007 Alvarado
Niles Road in Union City. An ASL
interpreter can be provided with
seven working days notice. Call
(510) 745-1464 or (510) 489-1655
TDD for more information.
Barktoberfest
Bark if you love dogs! Meet lov-
able, huggable, tail waggin dogs at
Humane Society Silicon Valleys
Barktoberfest dog adoption event
11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1.
This dog adoption extravaganza will
feature a wide variety of breeds and
sizes, such as beagles, poodles, chi-
huahuas, rottweilers, pit bulls and
more. Find the right dog that match-
es your personality and lifestyle.
Preferred pricing throughout October
invites adopters to create the adop-
tion fee thats right for them for pets
older than 6 months. For more
information, call 262-2133, exten-
sion 150 or visit hssv.org.
Walk n Wag
Get your wag on at Humane
Society Silicon Valleys Walk n Wag
fund-raiser 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 15 at History San Jose and
Kelley Park at 1300 Senter Road in
San Jose. All animal lovers are
encouraged to walk the 2-kilometer
course in honor of their pets. Walk
n Wag is also open to schools and
corporations that want to form walk
teams. There is no fee to register for
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to obtain pledges to help raise
money for the shelter animals. All
funds will go toward the care of
Humane Society Silicon Valleys
homeless animals. Dog agility
demonstrations, dog costume con-
tests, vendor booths and more await
the entire family at this event. For
more information, visit hssv.org/walk.
Shark Day
Get up close and personal with a
live shark, and then explore their
local habitats. Join staff from the
Don Edwards San Francisco Bay
National Wildlife Refuge Environmental
Education Center in Alviso as they
explore and celebrate sharks 2-3 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 8 for Shark Day.
They will have guided walks,
games, crafts, face painting, story
time and various other hands-on
activities. The event is free and no
reservations are necessary.
The Don Edwards San Francisco
Bay National Wildlife Refuge Enviro-
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at 1751 Grand Blvd. in Alviso. For more
information, call Debra at 262-5513,
extension 102 or Eric at extension
104, or visit fws.gov/desfbay.
Pumpkins in the Park
Pumpkins in the Park will return
for its 17th year in Guadalupe River
Park/Discovery Meadow in down-
town San Jose 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 8. Produced by the
Guadalupe River Park Conservancy,
this family event is a celebration of
the environment, the Guadalupe
River, and the fall harvest season.
A bright orange pumpkin patch
and a scarecrow display will welcome
you to the park. There will be a variety
of specialty apples to taste, fresh
pressed apple cider and entertainment
by childrens entertainers Zun Zun,
Andy Z and more. There will be activ-
ities for children, including pumpkin
decorating, bounce houses and envi-
ronmental education activities. A vari-
ety of food and beverages will be avail-
able for sale. Admission is free. The site
is adjacent to a VTA light-rail station
Volunteers are needed for the
event. For more information, call
298-7657 or visit guadalupeconser-
vancy.org.
Role Models at mall
Great Mall will honor inspira-
tional women for their continued
contributions to the local community
during Role Models, a fund-raising
event to benefit several charitable orga-
nizations throughout the South Bay
area Oct. 27. Role Models will fea-
ture an awards presentation, a VIP
reception, as well as a live designer fash-
ion show. Proceeds fromthis event will
benefit the honorees host charities.
Role Models will be the finale to
Great Malls Celebrating Women, a
premiere month-long celebration
designed to honor and empower
women of all ages to look and feel their
best through fashion, personal style
and self-expression. Participating char-
ities will sell tickets with 100 percent
of proceeds to benefit their organiza-
tion. Great Mall is still accepting Role
Model nominations from area chari-
ties. To nominate an honoree, please
contact Rose Blanco at (954) 703-
7934 or rose@bitnergoodman.com.
Great Mall is located at 447 Great
Mall Drive. For more information call
956-2033, visit greatmallbayarea
.com, facebook.com/GreatMall or
twitter.com/ShopGreatMall.
Continued from Page 31
C A L E N D A R
A message to our communitys clergy and
lay church leaders. To list your church in
this directory, call Mary at 408-262-2454
or e-mail maryb@themilpitaspost.com
CONNECT!
355 Dixon Road, Milpitas
(on the campus of Sunnyhills United
Methodist Church)
Tel: 408-946-8701
http://episcopal.gomilpitas.com
MACEDONIA MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
(408) 263-6123
121 SINNOTT LANE
invites you to worship with us:
Sunday School............9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship.......11:00 a.m.
Wed. 12 noon Bible Study
Wed. & Fri. 7 p.m. Bible Study
Pastor Shirley K. Macemon
(408) 262-1486
www.gbgm-umc.org/sunnyhills
SUNNYHILLS UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
355 Dixon Rd.,
Milpitas, CA 95035
A Welcoming Community of Faith
For All People
50 years serving the Milpitas community
Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m.
Classes 10:45 a.m.
Loving Child Care Provided
www.mt-olive.org
(408) 262-0506
1989 E. Calaveras Blvd., at
Evans Rd., Milpitas, CA 95035
Join us for mid-week events also.
Sunday Worship:
8:00am Organ-led Worship Service
9:15am Education Hour (for all ages)
10:30am Band-led Worship Service
Nursery Available at 9:15 & 10:30
St. Josephs
Episcopal Church
A good place to be
at home with God.
WORSHIP SERVICES
Sunday Worship Service..........10:00 a.m.
Monday, Centering Prayer ......11:00 a.m.
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
Childrens Sunday School ........10:00 a.m.
Tuesday Adult Education Forum ..7:00 p.m.
MILPITAS AND AREA
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Sunday Worship Time
Family Worship
10 a.m.
Adult Bible Study and
Family Devotional Time
9 a.m.
Christ the Life Lutheran
Church
3412 Sierra Road, San Jose
(408) 259-1670
www.ChristTheLife.org
PRESENCE ~ COMMUNITY ~ TRANSFORMATION
WWW.LIFEGATE-CHURCH.ORG 919 HANSON COURT, MILPITAS
IQTESTED
SAN JOSE TEST CENTER
Offers for a limited time,
free intelligence and
personality tests.
Your IQ, personality and
aptitude determine your
future.
Know them. No obligations.
CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY
1865 Lundy Ave
San Jose, CA
Phone 408-383-9400
M Y S T E R Y S P O T
STAN HORYZA was able to guess the
last Mystery Spot, the bell at St. John
the Baptist Catholic Church.
He gave us the following history of
the bell: That is the bell of San Juan
Baptista dated 1901 that used to reside
in the bell tower of the second St. John
the Baptist Church after the first church
burned to the ground. In 1972 the bell
was removed as the second church was
being demolished due to termite damage.
In 1974 it was placed in the bell tower
where it stands today. It currently sits in
silence due to the power was cut when
the driveway onto the grounds was
widened to match the stop light. It has
not rung in nearly 20 years. This picture
is taken from the parking lot side facing
west to the street. When the bell was
installed it was clearly visible from the
street, however in the 37 years since the
trees have grown tall and now almost
entirely block the view from the street
side.
If you can identify the location that
appears in the photo here, e-mail us at
mysteryspot@themilpitaspost.com by
Monday, Sept. 12 by noon. One winner
will be picked among all of Septembers
winners for two tickets to Raging Waters.
Congratulations to ARLYN DIVINAGRACIA,
drawn among Augusts Mystery Spot
winners. DIVINAGRACIA will receive two
passes to Raging Waters in San Jose.
MILPITAS POST SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 33
34 SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 MILPITAS POST
Add a Post to your bags and snap a photo, then
e-mail us at vacation@themilpitaspost.com
on your
Bring a
vacation
Jordan, Trevor, Mike (Samuel Ayer High School class of 1978) and
Carol Modesto pose with the Milpitas Post at the Honolulu Airport
in August before their return flight.
HAWAII
The Peccin family was in Sao Paulo, Brazil for 30 days visiting fam-
ily and friends and brought the Post with them. From left: Marcelo,
Ana, Vilma, Nilza and Julia.
BRAZIL
P O S T O N V A C A T I O N
Coming Soon - Daily Trips to Red Hawk Casino
Group Charter Welcome! 48- and 56-passenger buses available for charter
from $600. Call Mike (408) 375-2957
Reno Express (510) 357-2525
14895 E. 14th St. #140, San Leandro, CA 94578
Drivers tip is not included, suggested $1 per person. Price, bonus, time, hotel subject to change without notice
Milpitas 8:00 AM McDonalds/Chevron Gas Station
(Great Mall Parkway)
Bus Departs from Red Hawk Casino at 4:00 PM
P U B L I C N O T I C E S
ALCOHOL LICENSE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR CHANGE IN OWNER-
SHIP OF ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGE LICENSE
Date of filing application:
09/01/2011. To whom it may
concern: The Name(s) of the
Applicant(s) is/are: TWINS ROYAL
CUISINE INC.
The applicants listed above are
applying to the Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control to
sell alcoholic beverages at: 61
SERRAWAY STE 120, MILPI-
TAS, CA 95035
Type of license(s) applied for: 41
ON-SALE BEER ANDWINE -
EATING PLACE
Pub: 09/09, 2011
8624
FICTITIOUS
BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENTS
GLD LIGHTING
Fictitious Business
Name Statement
File No. 555480
The following person(s) is (are)
doing business as: GLD Lighting,
120 Dixon Rd. #120, MiIpitas,
CA 95035, Guy Drake, 120
Dixon Landing Rd. #120, MiIpi-
tas, CA 95035, Lisa Drake, 120
Dixon Landing Rd. #120, MiIpi-
tas, CA 95035.
This business is conducted by
a husband and wife. Regis-
trant has not yet begun to
transact business under the
fictitious name or names listed
herein. This statement was
filed with the County Clerk of
Sant a Cl ara County on
08/31/ 2011.
Pub: 09/09, 09/16, 09/23,
09/30, 2011
8617
SHEEN &
ASSOCIATES CO. INC.
Fictitious Business
Name Statement
File No. 555477
The following person(s) is (are)
doing business as: Sheen &
Associates, 565LosPinosAve.,
MiIpitas, CA 95035, Sheen &
Associates Co. Incorporated,
565 Los Pinos Ave., MiIpitas,
CA 95035.
This business is conducted by
a corporation. Registrant began
transacting business under the
fictitious business name or names
listed here on 10/01/2004. This
statement was filed with the
County Clerk of Santa Clara
County on 08/31/ 2011.
Pub: 09/09, 09/16, 09/23,
09/30, 2011
8616
TRU CONCEPTS
Fictitious Business
Name Statement
File No. 554447
The following person(s) is (are)
doing business as: Tru Concepts,
1941 Grand Teton Dr., MiIpi-
tas, CA 95035, Evan Matau,
1941 GrandTeton Dr., MiIpitas,
CA 95035, AIyse Matau, 1941
Grand Teton Dr., MiIpitas, CA
95035.
This business is conducted by
a husband and wife. Regis-
trant has not yet begun to
transact business under the
fictitious name or names listed
herein. This statement was
filed with the County Clerk of
Sant a Cl ara County on
08/04/ 2011.
Pub: 09/02, 09/09, 09/16,
09/23, 2011
8615
1) BIZSYSTEMS
2) DREAM COTTAGE
Fictitious Business
Name Statement
File No. 555156
The following person(s) is (are)
doingbusiness as: 1) Bizsystems
2) Dream Cottage, 812 Los
RobIes, PaIo AIto, CA 94306,
MichaeI Robinton, 812 Los
RobIes, PaIo AIto, CA 94306,
MicheIe Robinton, 812 Los
RobIes, PaIo AIto, CA 94306.
This business is conducted by
a husband and wife. Regis-
trant began transacting busi-
ness under the fictitious busi-
ness name or names listed
here on 04/26/2005. This
statement was filed with the
County Clerk of Santa Clara
County on 08/23/ 2011.
Pub: 09/02, 09/09, 09/16,
09/23, 2011
8610
1) RIOTFORTHEMUSIC
2) RIOT FOR THE MUSIC
Fictitious Business
Name Statement
File No. 554846
The following person(s) is
(are) doi ng busi ness as:
1) RIOTFORTHEMUSIC 2) Riot
For The Music, 900 Las Lamas
Dr., MiIpitas, CA 95035,
Stephanie Wentz, 900 Las
Lamas Dr., MiIpitas, CA 95035.
This business is conducted by
an individuaI. Registrant has
not yet begun to transact busi-
ness under the fictitious name
or names listed herein. This
statement was filed with the
County Clerk of Santa Clara
County on 08/15/ 2011.
Pub: 08/26, 09/02, 09/09,
09/16, 2011
8595
A. & T. TRAINING CENTER
Fictitious Business
Name Statement
File No. 554852
The following person(s) is (are)
doing business as: A. &T.Train-
ing Center, 3269 Kifer Rd.,
Santa CIara, CA 95051, JP
Pham Corporation, 1866 Bethany
Ave., San Jose, CA 95132.
This business is conducted by
a corporation. Registrant has
not yet begun to transact busi-
ness under the fictitious name
or names listed herein. This
statement was filed with the
County Clerk of Santa Clara
County on 08/15/ 2011.
Pub: 08/26, 09/02, 09/09,
09/16, 2011
8594
1) GREEN E-WASTE, LLC.
2) GREEN E-WASTE
Fictitious Business
Name Statement
File No. 554523
The following person(s) is (are)
doing business as: 1) Green
E-Waste, LLC. 2) Green E-
Waste, 704 Charcot Ave., San
Jose, CA 95131, Green E-
Waste, LLC., 704 Charcot Ave.,
San Jose, CA 95131.
This business is conducted by
a Iimited IiabiIity company.
Registrant began transacting
business under the fictitious
business name or names listed
here on 08/01/2011. Thi s
statement was filed with the
County Clerk of Santa Clara
County on 08/05/ 2011.
Pub: 08/19, 08/26, 09/02,
09/09, 2011
8586
EMMANUELLE
TRAVEL & TOURS
Fictitious Business
Name Statement
File No. 554786
The following person(s) is (are)
doing business as: EmmanueIIe
TraveI & Tours, 318 Washing-
ton Dr., MiIpitas, CA 95035,
Patrick E. NadaI, 318 Washing-
ton Dr., MiIpitas, CA 95035,
Nancy S. NadaI, 318 Washing-
ton Dr., MiIpitas, CA 95035.
This business is conducted by
a husband and wife. Regis-
trant has not yet begun to
transact business under the
fictitious name or names listed
herein. This statement was
filed with the County Clerk of
Sant a Cl ara County on
08/12/ 2011.
Pub: 08/19, 08/26, 09/02,
09/09, 2011
8585
TRUSTEES SALE NOTICES
Trustee Sale No. 19796CA Title
Order No. 110256634-CA-MAI
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER
A DEED OF TRUST DATED
11/12/2004. UNLESSYOUTAKE
ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR
PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD
AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION OF
THE NATURE OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS AGAINST YOU,
YOU SHOULD CONTACT A
LAWYER. On 9/30/2011 at 10:00
AM, MERIDIAN FORECLO-
SURE SERVICE f/k/a MTDS,
INC., A CALIFORNIA CORPO-
RATION DBA MERIDIAN
TRUST DEED SERVICE as the
duly appointed Trustee under
and pursuant to Deed of Trust
Recorded 11/24/2004, Book ,
Page , Instrument 18114816 of
official records in the Office of the
Recorder of SANTA CLARA
County, California, executed by:
HARRY J MEMMER AND
RENEE MEMMER , HUSBAND
AND WIFE AS COMMUNITY
PROPERTY as Trustor, MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS-
TRATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS
NOMINEE FOR PAUL FINAN-
CIAL, LLC, as Beneficiary, will
sell at public auction sale to the
highest bidder for cash, cashier]s
check drawn by a state or nation-
al bank, a cashiers check drawn
by a state or federal credit union,
or a cashiers check drawn by a
state or federal savings and loan
association, savings association,
or savings bank specified in sec-
tion 5102 of the Financial Code
and authorized to do business in
this state. Sale will be held by the
duly appointed trustee as shown
below, of all right, title, and inter-
est conveyed to and now held by
the trustee in the hereinafter
described property under and
pursuant to the Deed of Trust.
The sale will be made, but with-
out convenant or warranty,
expressed or implied, regarding
title, possesssion, or encum-
brances, to pay the remaining
principal sum of the notes (s)
secured by the Deed of Trust,
interest thereon, estimated fees,
charges and expenses of the
Trustee for the total amount (at
the time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale) reasonably
estimated to be set forth below.
The amount may be greater on
the day of sale. Place of Sale: AT
THE GATED NORTH MARKET
STREET ENTRANCE, SUPERI-
OR COURTHOUSE, 190 N.
MARKET ST., SAN JOSE, CA
95113 Legal Description: AS
MORE FULLY DESCRIBED IN
SAID DEED OF TRUST Amount
of unpaid balance and other
charges: $635,189.45 The street
address and other common des-
ignation of the real property pur-
ported as: 589 CARLSBAD
STREET , MILPITAS, CA 95035
0000 APN Number: 088-20-103
See Declaration, as required by
California Civil Code Section
2923.54, attached hereto and
made a part hereof. CALIFOR-
NIA FORECLOSURE PREVEN-
TION ACT DECLARATION OF
COMPLIANCE (California Civil
Code 2923.54(a)) The under-
signed mortgage loan servicer
hereby declares under penalty of
perjury, under the laws of the
State of California, as follows: [ ]
The mortgage loan servicer has
not obtained a final or temporary
order of exemption pursuant to
Cal. Civ. Code 2923.53 that is
current and valid as of the date
that the Notice of Trustees Sale
was filed or given. Therefore, the
mortgage loan servicer has wait-
ed an additional 90 days before
giving notice of sale as required
by Cal. Civ. Code 2923.52(a).
[X] The mortgage loan servicer
has obtained a final or temporary
order of exemption pursuant to
Cal. Civ. Code 2923.53 that is
current and valid as of the date
that the Notice of Trustees Sale
was filed or given. [ ] The time-
frame for giving notice of sale
specified in Cal. Civ. Code
2923.52(a) does not apply
because: [ ] The loan was not
recorded between January 1,
2003 and January 1, 2008. [ ] The
loan is not secured by residential
real property. [ ] The loan is not
secured by a first priority mort-
gage or deed of trust. [ ] The bor-
rower did not occupy the proper-
ty as his/her principal residence
when the loan became delin-
quent. [ ] The loan was made,
purchased or serviced by (1) a
California state or local public
housing agency or authority,
including state or local housing
finance agencies established
under Division 31 of the Cal.
Health & Safety Code and Chap-
ter 6 of the Cal. Military & Veter-
ans Code, or (2) the loan is col-
lateral for securities purchased
by any such California state or
local public housing agency or
authority. [ ] The borrower has
surrendered the property as evi-
denced by either a letter confirm-
ing the surrender or delivery of
the keys to the property to the
mortgagee, trustee, beneficiary
or authorized agent. [ ] The bor-
rower has contracted with some-
one whose primary business is
advising people who have decid-
ed to leave their homes on how
to extend the foreclosure process
and avoid their loan obligations. [
] The borrower has filed for bank-
ruptcy, and the bankruptcy court
has not entered an order closing
or dismissing the bankruptcy
case or granting relief from the
automatic stay. OneWest Bank,
FSB By: Vicki Brizendine
ATTACHMENT TO NOTICE OF
TRUSTEES SALE The under-
signed Trustee disclaims any lia-
bility for any incorrectness of the
street address and other com-
mon designation, if any, shown
herein. The property heretofore
described is being sold as is.
DATE: 9/6/2011 MERIDIAN
FORECLOSURE SERVICE f/k/a
MTDS, INC., A CALIFORNIA
CORPORATION DBA MERIDI-
AN TRUST DEED SERVICE, As
Trustee 3 SAN JOAQUINPLAZA
SUITE 215 NEWPORT BEACH
CA 92660 Sales Line: (714) 573-
1965 (702) 586-4500 PRIORI-
TYPOSTING.COM JESSE J.
FERNANDEZ, PUBLICATION
LEAD MERIDIAN FORECLO-
SURE SERVICE IS ASSISTING
THE BENEFICIARY TO COL-
LECT A DEBT AND ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED
WILL BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE. P875718 9/9, 9/16,
09/23/2011
8623
T.S No. 11-4449-11 Loan No.
0147062681 NOTICE OF
TRUSTEES SALEYOU ARE IN
DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF
TRUST DATED 1/16/2008.
UNLESSYOUTAKE ACTIONTO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IFYOUNEEDANEXPLA-
NATION OF THE NATURE OF
THE PROCEEDING AGAINST
YOU, YOUSHOULDCONTACTA
LAWYER. A public auction sale
to the highest bidder for cash,
cashier]s check drawn on a state
or national bank, check drawn by
a state or federal credit union, or
a check drawn by a state or fed-
eral savings and loan associa-
tion, or savings association, or
savings bank specified in Section
5102 of the Financial Code and
authorized to do business in this
state will be held by the duly
appointed trustee as shown
below, of all right, title, and inter-
est conveyed to and now held by
the trustee in the hereinafter
described property under and
pursuant to a Deed of Trust
described below. The sale will be
made, but without covenant or
warranty, expressed or implied,
regarding title, possession, or
encumbrances, to pay the
remaining principal sum of the
note(s) secured by the Deed of
Trust, with interest and late
charges thereon, as provided in
the note(s), advances, under the
terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-
est thereon, fees, charges and
expenses of the Trustee for the
total amount (at the time of the
initial publication of the Notice of
Sale) reasonably estimated to be
set forth below. The amount may
be greater on the day of sale.
Trustor: LEOBARDO
ONTIVEROS, A MARRIED MAN
AS HIS SOLE AND SEPARATE
PROPERTY. Duly Appointed
Trustee: THE WOLF FIRM, A
LAW CORPORATION Recorded
1/24/2008 as Instrument No.
19720160 of Official Records in
the office of the Recorder of
Santa Clara County, California,
Date of Sale: 10/3/2011 at
09:00AM. Place of Sale: At the
Great America Ballroom, Santa
Clara Convention Center, 5001
Great America Parkway, Santa
Clara, CA 95054 Amount of
unpaid balance and other
charges: $480,293.84, estimat-
ed. Street Address or other com-
mon designation of real property:
439 PALMER STREET MILPI-
TAS, CA 95035 A.P.N.: 086-09-
028. The undersigned Trustee
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the street
address or other common desig-
nation, if any, shown above. If no
street address or other common
designation is shown, directions
to the location of the property
may be obtained by sending a
written request to the beneficiary
within 10 days of the date of first
publication of this Notice of Sale.
Date: 9/7/2011THEWOLF FIRM,
A LAW CORPORATION 2955
East Main Street, 2nd Floor,
Irvine, CA 92614 (949) 720-9200
Foreclosure Dept. Fax (949)
608-0130 Sale Information
Only (800) 280-2832 Auc-
tion.com Renae C. Murray,
Foreclosure Manager P874969
9/9, 9/16, 09/23/2011
8621
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE]S SALE
TS No. 09-0143108 Title Order
No. 090679388 Investor/Insurer
No. 158978717 APN No. 026-12-
054 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 03/07/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IFYOUNEEDANEXPLA-
NATION OF THE NATURE OF
THE PROCEEDING AGAINST
YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT
A LAWYER." Notice is hereby
given that RECONTRUST COM-
PANY, N.A., as duly appointed
trustee pursuant to the Deed of
Trust executed by SHIRLEY
LEE, A MARRIED WOMAN AS
HER SOLE AND SEPARATE
PROPERTY, dated 03/07/2007
and recorded 03/16/07, as
Instrument No. 19345139, in
Book , Page ), of Official Records
in the office of the County
Recorder of Santa Clara County,
State of California, will sell on
09/30/2011 at 11:00AM, At the
North Market Street entrance to
the County Courthouse, 190
North Market Street, San Jose,
CA 95321 at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash or
check as described below,
payable in full at time of sale, all
right, title, and interest conveyed
to and now held by it under said
Deed of Trust, in the property sit-
uated in said County and State
and as more fully described in
the above referenced Deed of
Trust. The street address and
other common designation, if
any, of the real property
described above is purported to
be: 231 WASHINGTON DRIVE,
MILPITAS, CA, 950353111. The
undersigned Trustee disclaims
any liability for any incorrectness
of the street address and other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. The total amount
of the unpaid balance with inter-
est thereon of the obligation
secured by the property to be
sold plus reasonable estimated
costs, expenses and advances at
the time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale is
$808,034.89. It is possible that at
the time of sale the opening bid
may be less than the total indebt-
edness due. In addition to cash,
the Trustee will accept cashier]s
checks drawn on a state or
national bank, a check drawn by
a state or federal credit union, or
a check drawn by a state or fed-
eral savings and loan associa-
tion, savings association, or sav-
ings bank specified in Section
5102 of the Financial Code and
authorized to do business in this
state. Said sale will be made, in
an ]]AS IS]] condition, but without
covenant or warranty, express or
implied, regarding title, posses-
sion or encumbrances, to satisfy
the indebtedness secured by
said Deed of Trust, advances
thereunder, with interest as pro-
vided, and the unpaid principal of
the Note secured by said Deed of
Trust with interest thereon as pro-
vided in said Note, plus fees,
charges and expenses of the
Trustee and of the trusts created
by said Deed of Trust. DATED:
12/24/2009 RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo
Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone:
(800) 281 8219, Sale Information
(626) 927-4399 By: - Trustee]s
Sale Officer RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. is a debt collec-
tor attempting to collect a debt.
Any information obtained will be
used for that purpose. ASAP#
4078582 09/09/2011, 09/16/2011,
09/23/2011
8620
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE]S SALE
TS No. 11-0046015 Title Order
No. 11-0036665 Investor/Insurer
No. 01710625872 APN No. 022-
17-030 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 10/30/2009. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IFYOUNEEDANEXPLA-
NATION OF THE NATURE OF
THE PROCEEDING AGAINST
YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT
A LAWYER." Notice is hereby
given that RECONTRUST COM-
PANY, N.A., as duly appointed
trustee pursuant to the Deed of
Trust executed by EDUARDO
VELEZ AND SALVADOR G
VELEZ, BOTH SINGLE MEN,
AS JOINT TENANTS, dated
10/30/2009andrecorded11/12/09,
as Instrument No. 20504767, in
Book , Page ), of Official Records
in the office of the County
Recorder of Santa Clara County,
State of California, will sell on
10/03/2011 at 9:00AM, Santa
Clara Convention Center 5001
Great America Parkway, Santa
Clara, CA 95054 Great America
Ballroom at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash or check
as described below, payable in
full at time of sale, all right, title,
and interest conveyed to and
nowheld by it under said Deed of
Trust, in the property situated in
said County and State and as
more fully described in the above
referenced Deed of Trust. The
street address and other com-
mon designation, if any, of the
real property described above is
purported to be: 479 ELM
STREET, MILPITAS, CA, 95035.
The undersigned Trustee dis-
claims any liability for any incor-
rectness of the street address
and other common designation,
if any, shown herein. The total
amount of the unpaid balance
with interest thereon of the oblig-
ation secured by the property to
be sold plus reasonable estimat-
ed costs, expenses and
advances at the time of the initial
publication of the Notice of Sale
is $425,362.51. It is possible that
at the time of sale the opening
bid may be less than the total
indebtedness due. In addition to
cash, the Trustee will accept
cashier]s checks drawn on a
state or national bank, a check
drawn by a state or federal credit
union, or a check drawn by a
state or federal savings and loan
association, savings association,
or savings bank specified in Sec-
tion 5102 of the Financial Code
and authorized to do business in
this state. Said sale will be made,
in an ]]AS IS]] condition, but with-
out covenant or warranty,
express or implied, regarding
title, possession or encum-
brances, to satisfy the indebted-
ness secured by said Deed of
Trust, advances thereunder, with
interest as provided, and the
unpaid principal of the Note
secured by said Deed of Trust
with interest thereon as provided
in said Note, plus fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee and
of the trusts created by said
Deed of Trust. DATED:
09/07/2011 RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo
Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone:
(800) 281 8219, Sale Information
(626) 927-4399 By: Trustee]s
Sale Officer RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. is a debt collec-
tor attempting to collect a debt.
Any information obtained will be
used for that purpose. ASAP#
FNMA4047395 09/09/2011,
09/16/2011, 09/23/2011
8619
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE]S SALE
TS No. 09-0143108 Title Order
No. 090679388 Investor/Insurer
No. 158978717 APN No. 026-12-
054 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 03/07/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULD CONTACT A
LAWYER." Notice is hereby
given that RECONTRUST COM-
PANY, N.A., as duly appointed
trustee pursuant to the Deed of
Trust executed by SHIRLEY
LEE, A MARRIED WOMAN AS
HER SOLE AND SEPARATE
PROPERTY, dated 03/07/2007
and recorded 03/16/07, as
Instrument No. 19345139, in
Book , Page ), of Official Records
in the office of the County
Recorder of Santa Clara County,
State of California, will sell on
09/30/2011 at 11:00AM, At the
North Market Street entrance to
the County Courthouse, 190
North Market Street, San Jose,
CA 95321 at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash or
check as described below,
payable in full at time of sale, all
right, title, and interest conveyed
to and now held by it under said
36 SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 MILPITAS POST
Deed of Trust, in the property sit-
uated in said County and State
and as more fully described in
the above referenced Deed of
Trust. The street address and
other common designation, if
any, of the real property
described above is purported to
be: 231 WASHINGTON DRIVE,
MILPITAS, CA, 950353111. The
undersigned Trustee disclaims
any liability for any incorrectness
of the street address and other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. The total amount
of the unpaid balance with inter-
est thereon of the obligation
secured by the property to be
sold plus reasonable estimated
costs, expenses and advances at
the time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale is
$808,034.89. It is possible that at
the time of sale the opening bid
may be less than the total indebt-
edness due. In addition to cash,
the Trustee will accept cashier[s
checks drawn on a state or
national bank, a check drawn by
a state or federal credit union, or
a check drawn by a state or fed-
eral savings and loan associa-
tion, savings association, or sav-
ings bank specified in Section
5102 of the Financial Code and
authorized to do business in this
state. Said sale will be made, in
an [[AS IS[[ condition, but without
covenant or warranty, express or
implied, regarding title, posses-
sion or encumbrances, to satisfy
the indebtedness secured by
said Deed of Trust, advances
thereunder, with interest as pro-
vided, and the unpaid principal of
the Note secured by said Deed of
Trust with interest thereon as pro-
vided in said Note, plus fees,
charges and expenses of the
Trustee and of the trusts created
by said Deed of Trust. DATED:
12/24/2009 RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo
Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone:
(800) 281 8219, Sale Information
(626) 927-4399 By: - Trustee[s
Sale Officer RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. is a debt collec-
tor attempting to collect a debt.
Any information obtained will be
used for that purpose. ASAP#
4078582 09/09/2011, 09/16/2011,
09/23/2011
8618
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE[S SALE
Trustee[s Sale No. 2011-100132
YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER
A DEED OF TRUST DATED
4/4/2001. UNLESS YOU TAKE
ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR
PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD
AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION OF
THE NATURE OF THE PRO-
CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULDCONTACT ALAWYER
On 9/23/2011 at 11:00 AM, At
the North Market Street entrance
to the County Courthouse, 190
North Market Street, San Jose,
California 95321, Beacon Default
Management, Inc., a California
corporation, as duly appointed
Trustee under that certain DEED
OF TRUST and ABSOLUTE
ASSIGNMENT OF RENTS AND
LEASES and SECURITY
AGREEMENT (AND FIXTURE
FILING) executed by GRIFCAR
PARTNERS, a California limited
partnership, as Trustor(s),
recorded on 4/26/2001, as
Instrument No. 15653256, of Offi-
cial Records in the office of the
Recorder of Santa Clara County,
State of California, under the
power of sale therein contained,
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUC-
TION TO THE HIGHEST BID-
DER, for cash, or cashier[s check
made payable to Beacon Default
Management, Inc. (payable at the
time of sale in lawful money of
the United States) without war-
ranty express or implied as to
title, use, possession or encum-
brances, all right, title and interest
conveyed to and now held by it
as such Trustee, in and to the fol-
lowing described property situat-
ed in the aforesaid County and
State, to-wit: LEGAL DESCRIP-
TION: All that certain real proper-
ty situated in the County of Santa
Clara, State of California,
described as follows: City of Mil-
pitas Parcel One: Portions of Par-
cel 2 and Parcel 4, 50 designated
and delineated on the Parcel
Map recorded May 19, 1994 in
Book 655 of Maps, pages 23 and
24, Santa Clara County Records,
within the bounds of "Parcel B"
as described in Resolution No.
6883 of the City Council of the
City of Milpitas authorizing Lot
Line Adjustment-Project No.
3091, recorded June 16, 1999,
Document No. 14859856, Official
Records, described as follows:
Beginning at the most South-
easterly corner of said Parcel 4,
said point of beginning being on
the Southwesterly line of Califor-
nia Circle, 70 feet wide, as said
California Circle is shown on said
Parcel Map; thence S. 81º
54[ 54" W. 521.24 feet along the
Southerly line of said Parcel 4;
thence N. 2º 16[ 50" E.
195.94 feet along the Westerly
line of said Parcel 4; thence N.
87º 43[ 10" E. 174.00 feet
along the Northerly line of said
Parcel 4; thence S. 55º 41[
22" E. 135.90 feet, S. 5º 05[
06" E. 20.91 feet and N.
81º 54[ 54" E. 205.20 feet
to a point on said Southwesterly
line of California Circle; thence S.
27º 32[ 24" E. 68.41 feet
along said Southwesterly line of
California Circle to the point of
beginning. Parcel Two: Non-
exclusive easements (1) for the
purpose of pedestrian and vehic-
ular access and incidents there-
to, and (2) constructing, main-
taining, and repairing private
stormdrainage facilities in and as
to those portions of Parcels 1 and
3 (so designated on said Parcel
Map) delineated thereon and
designated as (1) "P.W.L.E.,
J.A.E. & P.S.U.E." and as (2)
"P.S.D.E.", reserved as appur-
tenant to said Parcel One in the
Grant Deeds from Grifcar Part-
ners to (1, 2) Wallace A. Krone,
Jr., recorded May 20, 1994 in
Book N452, Page 0711, and to
(1) M.V.A. Resources, Inc.,
recorded August 24, 1995 in
Book N972, Page 0663, Official
Records. Parcel Three: A private
fire service easement for the
benefit of the above described
Parcel One, being pursuant to
that certain Declaration of
Covenant recorded August 28,
2000 under Series No.
15370574, amended by Docu-
ment recorded January 29, 2001,
under Series No., Official
Records, and more particularly
described therein as follows:
Being a portion of Parcel 2, as
designated and delineated on
the Parcel Map recorded May 19,
1994 in Book 655 of Maps,
pages 23 and 24, Santa Clara
County Records, being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the Northeast
corner of said Parcel 2, said cor-
ner being on the Southwesterly
line of California Circle, 70 feet
wide, as California Circle is
shown on said Map; thence
Southeasterly, continuing along
said Southwesterly line of Califor-
nia Circle, along a curve with a
radial bearing of North 65º
49[ 03" East with a radius of 1035
feet, through an included angle of
3º 21[ 27" and an arc
length of 60.65 feet; thence
South 27º 32[ 24" East
11.04 feet to the point of begin-
ning; thence leaving said South-
westerly line of California Circle
South 62º 19[ 25" West
21.23 feet thence South
79º 44[ 40" West 147.36
feet; thence South 36º 37[
44" West 54.04 feet; thence
South 2º 32[ 14" East
53.36 feet to a point on the divid-
ing line of Parcel A and Parcel B,
as said Parcels are described in
Resolution #6883 adopted by the
City of Milpitas on June 1, 1999,
and recorded as Document #
14859856 on June 16, 1998 by
the Santa Clara County
Recorder; thence along said
dividing line of Parcel A and Par-
cel B, South 55º 41[ 22"
East 12.50 feet; thence leaving
said dividing line of Parcel A and
Parcel B, North 2º 32[ 14"
East 57.29 feet; thence North
36º 37[ 44" East 46.53 feet;
thence North 79º 44[ 40"
East 144.94 feet; thence North
62º 19[ 25" East 22.74 feet
to the aforementioned South-
westerly line of California Circle;
thence North 27º 32[ 24"
West 10.00 feet to the point of
beginning being herein
described. Parcel Four: A private
electrical, telephone and gas util-
ity easement for the benefit of the
above described Parcel One,
being pursuant to that certain
Declaration of Covenant record-
ed August 28, 2000 under Series
No. 15370574, amended by doc-
ument recorded January 29,
2001, under Series No.
15541578, Official Records, and
more particularly described
therein as follows: Being a por-
tion of Parcel A, as said parcel is
described in Resolution #6883,
adopted by the City of Milpitas on
June 1, 1999, and recorded as
document #14859856 on June
16, 1999 by the Santa Clara
County Recorder, being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the Northeast
corner of said Parcel 2, as said
Parcel is designated and delin-
eated on the Parcel Map record-
ed May 19, 1994 in Book 655 of
Maps, on page 24, Santa Clara
County Records, said corner
being on the Southwesterly line
of California Circle 70 feet wide,
as California Circle is shown on
said Map; thence Southeasterly,
continuing along said Southwest-
erly line of California Circle, along
a curve with a radial bearing of
North 65º 49[ 03" East with
a radius of 1035 feet, through an
included angle of 3º 21[
27" and an arc length of 60.65
feet; thence South 27º 32[
24" East 144.89 feet to the point
of beginning; thence leaving said
Southwesterly line of California
Circle South 81º 54[ 54"
West 208.75 feet; thence North
8º 05[ 06" West 40.80 feet;
thence South 81º 54[ 54"
West 22.82 feet; thence South
8º 05[ 06" East 40.20 feet
to a point on the dividing line of
the aforementioned Parcel A and
Parcel B of the aforementioned
Resolution #6883; thence along
said dividing line South 55º
41[ 22" East 23.14 feet; thence
leaving said dividing line North
81º 54[ 54" East 219.78
feet to the Southwesterly line of
the aforementioned California
Circle; thence along said South-
westerly line North 27º 32[
24" West 15.91 feet to the point
of beginning being herein
described. Parcel Five: A private
water line easement for the ben-
efit of the above described Parcel
One, being pursuant to that cer-
tain Declaration of Covenant
recorded August 28, 2000 under
Series No. 15370574, amended
by document recorded January
29, 2001, under Series No.
15541578, Official Records, and
more particularly described
therein as follows: Being a por-
tion of Parcel A as said Parcel is
designated and delineated in
Resolution #6883 adopted by the
City of Milpitas on June 1, 1999,
and recorded as document
#14859856 on June 16, 1999 by
the Santa Clara County
Recorder, being more particular-
ly described as follows: Com-
mencing at the Southeast corner
of Parcel B of said document #
14859856, said corner being
also the Southeast corner of Par-
cel 4 as shown on that certain
Parcel Map recorded in Book
655 of Maps, pages 23 and 24,
Santa Clara County Records;
thence, Northwesterly, along the
Southwesterly line of California
Circle 70 feet wide, as said Cali-
fornia Circle is shown on said
Parcel Map, North 27º 32[
24" West, 68.41 to the Southeast
corner of said Parcel A; thence,
continuing along said Southwest-
erly line, North 27º 32[ 24"
West 15.09 feet to the point of
beginning of the Parcel of Land
being herein described; thence
continuing along said Southwest-
erly line, North 27º 32[ 24"
West, 10.98 feet; thence, leaving
said Southwesterly line, South
84º 10[ 12" West, 90.79
feet; thence, South 72º 10[
38" West, 107.34 feet to a point
on the dividing line of said Parcel
Band Parcel Aof said Resolution
#6883; thence, along said divid-
ing line, South 8º 05[ 06"
East, 10.00 feet; thence, leaving
said dividing line, North
72º 10[ 38" East, 106.32
feet; thence, North 84º 10[
12" East, 95.46 feet to the point
of beginning of the Parcel of
Land being herein described.
Parcel Six: An accessibility ease-
ment for the benefit of the above
described Parcel One, being pur-
suant to that certain Declaration
of Covenant recorded August 28,
2000 under Series No.
15370574, amended by docu-
ment recorded January 29, 2001,
under Series No. 15541578, Offi-
cial Records, and more particu-
larly described therein as follows:
Being a portion of Parcel A, as
said Parcel is described in Reso-
lution #6883, adopted by the City
of Milpitas on June 1, 1999, and
recorded as document
#14859856 on June 16, 1999 by
the Santa Clara County
Recorder, being more particular-
ly described as follows: Com-
mencing at the Northeast corner
of Parcel 2, as said Parcel is des-
ignated and delineated on the
Parcel Map recorded May 19,
1994 in Book 655 of Maps, on
page 24, Santa Clara County
Record, said corner being on the
Southwesterly line of California
Circle, 70 feet wide, as California
Circle is shown on said Map;
thence Southeasterly, continuing
along said Southwesterly line of
California Circle, along a curve
with a radial bearing of North
65º 49[ 03" East with a
radius of 1035 feet, through an
included angle of 3º 21[
27" and an arc length of 60.65
feet; thence South 27º 32[
24" East 58.63 feet to the point of
beginning; thence South
81º 54[ 54" West 35.04
feet; thence South 8º 17[
53" East 77.83 feet; thence
South 81º 40[ 27" West
134.96 feet; thence South
33º 45[ 26" West 24.06 feet
to a point on the dividing line of
said Parcel A and Parcel B of
said Resolution #6883; thence
along said dividing line of said
Parcels A and B, South
55º 41[ 22" East 10.00 feet;
thence leaving said dividing line
North 33º 45[ 26" East
21.11 feet; thence North
81º 54[ 49" East 59.27 feet;
thence North 8º 06[ West
5.50 feet; thence North 81º
54[ 54" East 74.50 feet; thence
North 8º 05[ 06" West
76.84 feet; thence North
81º 54[ 54" East 32.30 feet
to a point on the aforementioned
Southwesterly line of California
Circle; thence North 27º
32[ 24" West 5.30 feet to the point
of beginning. Parcel Seven: A pri-
vate sanitary sewer line ease-
ment for the benefit of the above
described Parcel One, being pur-
suant to that certain Declaration
of Covenant recorded August 28,
2000 under Series No.
15370574, amended by docu-
ment recorded January 29, 2001,
under Series No. 15541578, Offi-
cial Records, and more particu-
larly described therein as follows:
Being a portion of Parcel 2 as
designated and delineated on
the Parcel Map recorded May 19,
1994 in Book 655 of Maps,
pages 23 and 24, Santa Clara
County Records, being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the Northeast
corner of said Parcel 2, said cor-
ner being on the Southwesterly
line of California Circle, 70 feet
wide, as California Circle is
shown on said Map; thence,
Southeasterly, along said South-
westerly line of California Circle,
along a curve with a radial bear-
ing of North 65º 49[ 03"
East, with a radius of 1035 feet,
through an included angle of
3º 31[ 27" and an arc
length of 60.65 feet; thence,
South 27º 32[ 24" East,
128.51 feet to the point of begin-
ning; thence, continuing along
said Southwesterly line of Califor-
nia Circle, South 27º 32[
24" East, 10.27 feet; thence,
leaving said Southwesterly line of
California Circle South 75º
30[ 51" West, 554 feet; thence,
South 27º 47[ 23" West,
22.38 feet, thence, South
75º 05[ 11" West, 174.53
feet to a point on the dividing line
of Parcel A and Parcel B as said
Parcels are described in Resolu-
tion #6883 adopted by the City of
Milpitas on June 1, 1999, and
recorded as document
#14859856 on June 16, 1999, by
the Santa Clara County
Recorder; thence, along said
dividing line of Parcel A and Par-
cel B, North 55º 41[ 22"
West, 13.34 feet; thence, leaving
said dividing line, North
75º 05[ 11" East, 178.95
feet; thence, North 27º 47[
23" East, 22.29 feet; thence,
North 75º 30[ 51" East,
765 feet to the point of beginning
of the parcel being herein
described. Parcel Eight: Non-
exclusive easements for the pur-
poses of pedestrian and vehicu-
lar access and incidents thereto,
and constructing, maintaining
and repairing private storm
drainage facilities in and as to the
Northerly 18 feet of Parcel 2, as
said easements and parcel are
designated on the Parcel Map
filed May 19, 1994 in Book 655 of
Maps, pages 23 and 24, Santa
Clara County Records, and delin-
eated thereon as "P.W.L.E.,
J.A.E. &P.S.U.E." Parcel Nine:
(Note: the legal description of the
following shown easement has
not yet been created and the
easement is shown herein for the
purposes of conveyancing.) Non-
exclusive easements for the pur-
poses of pedestrian and vehicu-
lar access and incidents thereto,
and constructing, maintaining
and repairing private storm
drainage facilities, lying over the
Westerly portion of Parcel 2 as
said Parcel is shown on the Par-
cel Map filed May 19, 1994 in
Book 655 of Maps, pages 23 and
24, Santa Clara County Records.
Note: For information purposes
only, the purported street
address of said land as deter-
mined from the latest County
Assessor[s Roll is: 1521 CALI-
FORNIA CIRCLE, MILPITAS,
California The Assessor[s Parcel
Number, as determined from the
latest County Assessor[s Roll is:
022-37-046 An inspection of said
land has not been made, and no
assurances are hereby given or
implied as to the location of the
land herein described. TAX PAR-
CEL NO: 022-37-046 From infor-
mation which the Trustee deems
reliable, but for which Trustee
makes no representation or war-
ranty, the street address or other
comment designation of the
above described property is pur-
ported to be 1521 California Cir-
cle, Milpitas, CA 95035. Direc-
tions to the property may be
obtained pursuant to a written
request submitted within ten (10)
days from the first publication of
this notice to the beneficiary, in
care of theTrustee at the address
listed below. Said property is
being sold for the purpose of pay-
ing the obligations secured by
said Deed of Trust, including fees
and expenses of sale. The total
amount of the unpaid principal
balance, interest thereon, togeth-
er with reasonably estimated
costs, expenses and advances at
the time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Trustee[s Sale is
$3,561,626.24. The present Ben-
eficiary under the Deed of Trust
has elected to conduct a unified
foreclosure sale pursuant to the
provisions of California Commer-
cial Code Section 9604(a)(1)(B)
and to include in the non-judicial
foreclosure of the estate
described in this Notice of
Trustee[s Sale all of the personal
property and fixtures All goods,
building and other materials, sup-
plies, work in process, equip-
ment, machinery, fixtures, furni-
ture, furnishings, signs and other
personal property, wherever situ-
ated, which are or are to be incor-
porated into, used in connection
with or appropriated for use on
the real property described on
Schedule 1 attached hereto and
incorporated by reference herein
(hereinafter "Property"); all rents,
issues, deposits and profits of the
Property (to the extent, if any,
they are not subject to the
Absolute Assignment of Rents
and Leases contained in the
Deed of Trust as defined below);
all inventory, accounts, cash
receipts, deposit accounts,
impounds, accounts receivable,
contract rights, general intangi-
bles, chattel paper, instruments,
documents, notes, drafts, letters
of credit, insurance policies,
insurance and condemnation
awards and proceeds, any other
rights to the payment of money,
trade names, trademarks and
service marks arising from or
related to the Property or any
business now or hereafter con-
ducted thereon by Debtor; all per-
mits, consents, approvals, licens-
es, authorizations and other
rights granted by, given by or
obtained from, any governmental
entity with respect to the Proper-
ty; all deposits or other security
now or hereafter made with or
given to utility companies by
Debtor with respect to the Prop-
erty; all advance payments of
insurance premiums made by
Debtor with respect to the Prop-
erty; all plans, drawings and
specifications relating to the
Property, all loan funds held by
Secured Party, whether or not
disbursed; all funds deposited
with Secured Party pursuant to
any Loan Document; all
reserves, deferred payments,
deposits, accounts, refunds, cost
savings and payments of any
kind related to the Property or
any portion thereof, including,
without limitation, all "Impounds"
as defined in the Deed of Trust;
together with all replacements
and proceeds of, and additions
and accessions to, any of the
foregoing, and all books, records
and files relating to any of the
foregoing. The present Beneficia-
ry reserves the right to revoke its
election as to some or all of said
personal property and/or fixtures,
or to add additional personal
property and/or fixtures to the
election herein expressed, at the
present Beneficiary[s sole elec-
tion, from time to time and at any
time until the consummation of
the trustee[s sale to be conduct-
ed pursuant to the Deed of Trust
and Notice of Trustee[s Sale. The
name, street address and tele-
phone number of theTrustee are:
Beacon Default Management,
Inc., 15206 Ventura Boulevard,
Suite 302, Sherman Oaks, Cali-
fornia 91403, Telephone Num-
ber: (818) 501-9800. The sale
contemplated by this Notice of
Trustee[s Sale will be conducted
by an agent of the Trustee. The
name, street address and tele-
phone number of the Trustee[s
agent are: LPS Agency Sales
and Posting, PO Box 16697,
Irvine, CA 92623, Telephone
Number: (714) 730-2727. For fur-
ther information regarding sale
contemplated by this Notice of
Trustee[s Sale, log on to
www.lpsasap.com or call (714)
730-2727. Dated: 8/24/2011
Beacon Default Management,
Inc., a California corporation,
Trustee for U.S. BANK NATION-
AL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE, AS SUCCESSOR-
IN-INTEREST TO BANK OF
AMERICA, N.A., AS TRUSTEE,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE,
FOR THE REGISTERED CER-
TIFICATEHOLDERS OF MOR-
GAN STANLEY DEAN WITTER
CAPITAL I INC., COMMERCIAL
MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2001-
TOP3, Beneficiary By: Nisha
Teruya, Trustee Sale Officer
ASAP# 4077411 09/02/2011,
09/09/2011, 09/16/2011
8614
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE[S SALE
TS #: CA-09-244650-CL Order #:
4004659 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST
DATED 4/17/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULD CONTACT A
LAWYER. A public auction sale
to the highest bidder for cash,
cashier[s check drawn on a state
or national bank, check drawn by
state or federal credit union, or a
check drawn by a state or federal
savings and loan association, or
savings association, or savings
bank specified in Section 5102 to
the Financial code and autho-
rized to do business in this state,
will be held by duly appointed
trustee. The sale will be made,
but without covenant or warranty,
expressed or implied, regarding
title, possession, or encum-
brances, to pay the remaining
principal sum of the note(s)
secured by the Deed of Trust,
with interest and late charges
thereon, as provided in the
note(s), advances, under the
terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-
est thereon, fees, charges and
expenses of the Trustee for the
total amount (at the time of the
initial publication of the Notice of
Sale) reasonably estimated to be
set forth below. The amount may
be greater on the day of sale.
BENEFICIARY MAY ELECT TO
BID LESS THAN THE TOTAL
AMOUNT DUE. Trustor(s): JOSE
ALFONSO LOPEZ ARREOLA
AND SOLEDAD LOPEZ HER-
NANDEZ, HUSBAND AND
WIFE Recorded: 4/27/2007 as
Instrument No. 19402255 in book
P U B L I C N O T I C E S
MILPITAS POST SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 37
xxx, page xxx of Official Records
in the office of the Recorder of
SANTA CLARA County, Califor-
nia; Date of Sale: 9/26/2011 at
11:00 AM Place of Sale: At the
North Market Street entrance to
the County Courthouse, 190
North Market Street, San Jose,
CA 95321 Amount of unpaid bal-
ance and other charges:
$559,907.09 The purported
property address is: 180 VALMY
ST MILPITAS, CA 95035 Asses-
sor\s Parcel No. 026-12-029 The
undersigned Trustee disclaims
any liability for any incorrectness
of the property address or other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. If no street
address or other common desig-
nation is shown, please refer to
the referenced legal description
for property location. In the event
no common address or common
designation of the property is
provided herein directions to the
location of the property may be
obtained within 10 days of the
date of first publication of this
Notice of Sale by sending a writ-
ten request to Aurora Bank FSB
10350 Park Meadows Dr. Little-
ton CO 80124 Pursuant to Cali-
fornia Civil Code 2923.54 the
undersigned, on behalf of the
beneficiary, loan servicer or
authorized agent, declares as fol-
lows: [ 1 ] The mortgage loan ser-
vicer has obtained from the com-
missioner a final or temporary
order of exemption pursuant to
Section 2923.53 that is current
and valid on the date the notice
of sale is filed; [ 2 ] The timeframe
for giving notice of sale specified
in subdivision (a) of Section
2923.52 does not apply pursuant
to Section 2923.52 . If theTrustee
is unable to convey title for any
reason, the successful bidder\s
sole and exclusive remedy shall
be the return of monies paid to
the Trustee, and the successful
bidder shall have no further
recourse. If the sale is set aside
for any reason, the Purchaser at
the sale shall be entitled only to a
return of the deposit paid. The
Purchaser shall have no further
recourse against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee, or the Mort-
gagee\s Attorney. Date: -- Quality
Loan Service Corp. 2141 5th
Avenue San Diego, CA 92101
619-645-7711 For NON SALE
information only Sale Line: 714-
730-2727 or Login to:
www.lpsasap.com Reinstate-
ment Line: 619-645-7711 Quality
Loan Service, Corp. If you have
previously been discharged
through bankruptcy, you may
have been released of personal
liability for this loan in which case
this letter is intended to exercise
the note holders right\s against
the real property only. THIS
NOTICE IS SENT FOR THE
PURPOSE OF COLLECTING A
DEBT. THIS FIRM IS ATTEMPT-
ING TO COLLECT A DEBT ON
BEHALF OF THE HOLDER
AND OWNER OF THE NOTE.
ANY INFORMATIONOBTAINED
BY OR PROVIDED TO THIS
FIRM ORTHE CREDITORWILL
BE USED FOR THAT PUR-
POSE. As required by law, you
are hereby notified that a nega-
tive credit report reflecting on
your credit record may be sub-
mitted to a credit report agency if
you fail to fulfill the terms of your
credit obligations. ASAP#
4074795 09/02/2011,
09/09/2011, 09/16/2011
8613
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
TS #: CA-11-446457-AB Order
#: 5453443 YOU ARE IN
DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF
TRUST DATED 5/18/2007.
UNLESSYOUTAKEACTIONTO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULD CONTACT A
LAWYER. A public auction sale
to the highest bidder for cash,
cashier\s check drawn on a state
or national bank, check drawn by
state or federal credit union, or a
check drawn by a state or federal
savings and loan association, or
savings association, or savings
bank specified in Section 5102 to
the Financial code and autho-
rized to do business in this state,
will be held by duly appointed
trustee. The sale will be made,
but without covenant or warranty,
expressed or implied, regarding
title, possession, or encum-
brances, to pay the remaining
principal sum of the note(s)
secured by the Deed of Trust,
with interest and late charges
thereon, as provided in the
note(s), advances, under the
terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-
est thereon, fees, charges and
expenses of the Trustee for the
total amount (at the time of the
initial publication of the Notice of
Sale) reasonably estimated to be
set forth below. The amount may
be greater on the day of sale.
BENEFICIARY MAY ELECT TO
BID LESS THAN THE TOTAL
AMOUNT DUE. Trustor(s):
DAVID PHU HOANG AND LAN
HUONG HOANG, HUSBAND
ANDWIFE AS JOINTTENANTS
Recorded: 5/29/2007 as Instru-
ment No. 19446983 in book xxx ,
page xxx of Official Records in
the office of the Recorder of
SANTA CLARA County, Califor-
nia; Date of Sale: 10/3/2011 at
9:00amPST Place of Sale: At the
Santa Clara Convention Center,
5001 Great America Parkway,
Santa Clara, CA 95054 in the
Great America Ballroom Amount
of unpaid balance and other
charges: $298,419.36 The pur-
ported property address is: 548
CESTARIC DR MILPITAS, CA
95035-4006 Assessors Parcel
No. 029-11-034 The undersigned
Trustee disclaims any liability for
any incorrectness of the property
address or other common desig-
nation, if any, shown herein. If no
street address or other common
designation is shown, please
refer to the referenced legal
description for property location.
In the event no common address
or common designation of the
property is provided herein direc-
tions to the location of the proper-
ty may be obtained within 10
days of the date of first publica-
tion of this Notice of Sale by
sending a written request to
Nationstar Mortgage LLC 350
Highland Drive Lewisville TX
75067 Pursuant to California
Civil Code 2923.54 the under-
signed, on behalf of the benefi-
ciary, loan servicer or authorized
agent, declares as follows: [1]
The mortgage loan servicer has
obtained from the commissioner
a final or temporary order of
exemption pursuant to Section
2923.53 that is current and valid
on the date the notice of sale is
filed; [2] The timeframe for giving
notice of sale specified in subdi-
vision (a) of Section 2923.52
does not apply pursuant to Sec-
tion 2923.52. If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any rea-
son, the successful bidder\s sole
and exclusive remedy shall be
the return of monies paid to the
Trustee, and the successful bid-
der shall have no further
recourse. If the sale is set aside
for any reason, the Purchaser at
the sale shall be entitled only to a
return of the deposit paid. The
Purchaser shall have no further
recourse against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee, or the Mort-
gagees Attorney. Date: Quality
Loan Service Corp. 2141 5th
Avenue San Diego, CA 92101
619-645-7711 For NON SALE
information only Sale Line: 800-
280-2891 or Login to: www.auc-
tion.com Reinstatement Line:
619-645-7711 Quality Loan Ser-
vice, Corp. If you have previously
been discharged through bank-
ruptcy, you may have been
released of personal liability for
this loan in which case this letter
is intended to exercise the note
holders rights against the real
property only. THIS NOTICE IS
SENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF
COLLECTING A DEBT. THIS
FIRMIS ATTEMPTINGTOCOL-
LECT A DEBT ON BEHALF OF
THE HOLDER AND OWNER
OF THE NOTE. ANY INFORMA-
TION OBTAINED BY OR PRO-
VIDED TO THIS FIRM OR THE
CREDITOR WILL BE USED
FOR THAT PURPOSE. As
required by law, you are hereby
notified that a negative credit
report reflecting on your credit
record may be submitted to a
credit report agency if you fail to
fulfill the terms of your credit
obligations. IDSPub #0009883
9/2/2011 9/9/2011 9/16/2011
8612
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE\S SALE
TS #: CA-11-437697-CL Order #:
110183054-CA-LPI YOU ARE IN
DEFAULT UNDER A DEED
OF TRUST DATED 9/13/2006.
UNLESSYOUTAKEACTIONTO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULDCONTACT A LAWYER.
A public auction sale to the high-
est bidder for cash, cashier\s
check drawn on a state or nation-
al bank, check drawn by state or
federal credit union, or a check
drawn by a state or federal sav-
ings and loan association, or sav-
ings association, or savings bank
specified in Section 5102 to the
Financial code and authorized
to do business in this state, will
be held by duly appointed
trustee. The sale will be made,
but without covenant or warran-
ty, expressed or implied, regard-
ing title, possession, or encum-
brances, to pay the remaining
principal sum of the note(s)
secured by the Deed of Trust,
with interest and late charges
thereon, as provided in the
note(s), advances, under the
terms of the Deed of Trust, inter-
est thereon, fees, charges and
expenses of the Trustee for the
total amount (at the time of the
initial publication of the Notice of
Sale) reasonably estimated to be
set forth below. The amount may
be greater on the day of sale.
BENEFICIARY MAY ELECT TO
BID LESS THAN THE TOTAL
AMOUNT DUE. Trustor(s): JOSE
T. DIAZ AND MARIA KORINA
DIAZ , HUSBAND AND WIFE
AS JOINT TENANTS Recorded:
9/22/2006 as Instrument No.
19115886 in book xxx, page xxx
of Official Records in the office of
the Recorder of SANTA CLARA
County, California; Date of Sale:
9/26/2011 at 11:00 AM Place of
Sale: At the North Market Street
entrance to the County Court-
house, 190 North Market Street,
San Jose, CA 95321 Amount
of unpaid balance and other
charges: $604,219.92 The pur-
ported property address is: 125
SOUTH GADSDEN DRIVE
MILPITAS, CA 95035 Asses-
sor\s Parcel No. 0880909500
The undersigned Trustee dis-
claims any liability for any incor-
rectness of the property address
or other common designation, if
any, shown herein. If no street
address or other common desig-
nation is shown, please refer to
the referenced legal description
for property location. In the event
no common address or common
designation of the property is
provided herein directions to the
location of the property may be
obtained within 10 days of the
date of first publication of this
Notice of Sale by sending a writ-
ten request to Aurora Bank FSB
10350 Park Meadows Dr. Little-
ton CO 80124 Pursuant to Cali-
fornia Civil Code 2923.54 the
undersigned, on behalf of the
beneficiary, loan servicer or
authorized agent, declares as fol-
lows: [ 1 ] The mortgage loan ser-
vicer has obtained from the com-
missioner a final or temporary
order of exemption pursuant to
Section 2923.53 that is current
and valid on the date the notice
of sale is filed; [ 2 ] The timeframe
for giving notice of sale specified
in subdivision (a) of Section
2923.52 does not apply pursuant
to Section 2923.52 . If theTrustee
is unable to convey title for any
reason, the successful bidder\s
sole and exclusive remedy shall
be the return of monies paid to
the Trustee, and the successful
bidder shall have no further
recourse. If the sale is set aside
for any reason, the Purchaser at
the sale shall be entitled only to a
return of the deposit paid. The
Purchaser shall have no further
recourse against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee, or the Mort-
gagee\s Attorney. Date: Quality
Loan Service Corp. 2141 5th
Avenue San Diego, CA 92101
619-645-7711 For NON SALE
information only Sale Line: 714-
730-2727 or Login to:
www.fidelityasap.com Reinstate-
ment Line: 619-645-7711 Quality
Loan Service, Corp. If you have
previously been discharged
through bankruptcy, you may
have been released of personal
liability for this loan in which case
this letter is intended to exercise
the note holders right\s against
the real property only. THIS
NOTICE IS SENT FOR THE
PURPOSE OF COLLECTING A
DEBT. THIS FIRM IS ATTEMPT-
ING TO COLLECT A DEBT ON
BEHALF OF THE HOLDER
AND OWNER OF THE NOTE.
ANY INFORMATIONOBTAINED
BY OR PROVIDED TO THIS
FIRM ORTHE CREDITORWILL
BE USED FOR THAT PUR-
POSE. As required by law, you
are hereby notified that a nega-
tive credit report reflecting on
your credit record may be sub-
mitted to a credit report agency if
you fail to fulfill the terms of your
credit obligations. ASAP#
4065011 09/02/2011,
09/09/2011, 09/16/2011
8611
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
TS No. 11-0042734 Title Order
No. 11-0034162 APN No. 088-
42-123 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 08/01/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULDCONTACT A LAWYER.
Notice is hereby given that
RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A.,
as duly appointed trustee pur-
suant to the Deed of Trust exe-
cuted by VIRGINIA S. VALENCIA
AND ERNEST I. AGUILAR,
dated 08/01/2007 and recorded
08/08/07, as Instrument No.
19541934, in Book , Page ), of
Official Records in the office of
the County Recorder of Santa
Clara County, State of California,
will sell on 09/16/2011 at 10:00AM,
At the Market Street entrance to
the Superior Courthouse, 190
North Market Street, San Jose,
Santa Clara County, CA at public
auction, to the highest bidder for
cash or check as described
below, payable in full at time of
sale, all right, title, and interest
conveyed to and now held by it
under said Deed of Trust, in the
property situated in said County
and State and as more fully
described in the above refer-
enced Deed of Trust. The street
address and other common des-
ignation, if any, of the real proper-
ty described above is purported
to be: 436 DEMPSEY ROAD
#238, MILPITAS, CA, 95035. The
undersigned Trustee disclaims
any liability for any incorrectness
of the street address and other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. The total amount
of the unpaid balance with inter-
est thereon of the obligation
secured by the property to be
sold plus reasonable estimated
costs, expenses and advances at
the time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale is
$304,041.16. It is possible that at
the time of sale the opening bid
may be less than the total indebt-
edness due. In addition to cash,
the Trustee will accept cashiers
checks drawn on a state or
national bank, a check drawn by
a state or federal credit union, or
a check drawn by a state or fed-
eral savings and loan associa-
tion, savings association, or sav-
ings bank specified in Section
5102 of the Financial Code and
authorized to do business in this
state. Said sale will be made, in
an AS IS condition, but without
covenant or warranty, express or
implied, regarding title, posses-
sion or encumbrances, to satisfy
the indebtedness secured by
said Deed of Trust, advances
thereunder, with interest as pro-
vided, and the unpaid principal of
the Note secured by said Deed of
Trust with interest thereon as pro-
vided in said Note, plus fees,
charges and expenses of the
Trustee and of the trusts created
by said Deed of Trust. If required
by the provisions of section
2923.5 of the California Civil
Code, the declaration from the
mortgagee, beneficiary or autho-
rized agent is attached to the
Notice of Trustees Sale duly
recorded with the appropriate
County Recorders Office.
DATED: 08/24/2011 RECON-
TRUST COMPANY, N.A. 1800
Tapo Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-
94 SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063
Phone/Sale Information: (800)
281 8219 By: Trustees Sale Offi-
cer RECONTRUST COMPANY,
N.A. is a debt collector attempt-
ing to collect a debt. Any informa-
tion obtained will be used for that
purpose. FEI # 1006.141599
8/26, 9/02, 9/09/2011
8604
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE\S SALE
TS No. 11-0042002 Title Order
No. 11-0033288 Investor/Insurer
No. 0871457062 APN No. 088-
42-108 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 05/29/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IFYOUNEEDANEXPLA-
NATION OF THE NATURE OF
THE PROCEEDING AGAINST
YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT
A LAWYER." Notice is hereby
given that RECONTRUST COM-
PANY, N.A., as duly appointed
trustee pursuant to the Deed of
Trust executed by PAUL FOWLIE
AND AMY FOWLIE, dated
05/29/2007 and recorded
05/31/07, as Instrument No.
19451735, in Book , Page ), of
Official Records in the office of
the County Recorder of Santa
Clara County, State of California,
will sell on 09/16/2011 at
11:00AM, At the North Market
Street entrance to the County
Courthouse, 190 North Market
Street, San Jose, CA 95321 at
public auction, to the highest bid-
der for cash or check as
described below, payable in full at
time of sale, all right, title, and
interest conveyed to and now
held by it under said Deed of
Trust, in the property situated in
said County and State and as
more fully described in the above
referenced Deed of Trust. The
street address and other com-
mon designation, if any, of the
real property described above is
purported to be: 428 DEMPSEY
ROAD 231, MILPITAS, CA,
95035. The undersigned Trustee
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the street
address and other common des-
ignation, if any, shown herein. The
total amount of the unpaid bal-
ance with interest thereon of the
obligation secured by the proper-
ty to be sold plus reasonable esti-
mated costs, expenses and
advances at the time of the initial
publication of the Notice of Sale is
$482,889.72. It is possible that at
the time of sale the opening bid
may be less than the total indebt-
edness due. In addition to cash,
the Trustee will accept cashier\s
checks drawn on a state or
national bank, a check drawn by a
state or federal credit union, or a
check drawn by a state or federal
savings and loan association,
savings association, or savings
bank specified in Section 5102 of
the Financial Code and autho-
rized to do business in this state.
Said sale will be made, in an
\\AS IS\\ condition, but without
covenant or warranty, express or
implied, regarding title, posses-
sion or encumbrances, to satisfy
the indebtedness secured by said
Deed of Trust, advances thereun-
der, with interest as provided, and
the unpaid principal of the Note
secured by said Deed of Trust
with interest thereon as provided
in said Note, plus fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee and
of the trusts created by said Deed
of Trust. DATED: 08/20/2011
RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A.
1800 Tapo Canyon Rd., CA6-
914-01-94 SIMI VALLEY, CA
93063 Phone: (800) 281 8219,
Sale Information (626) 927-4399
By: - Trustee\s Sale Officer
RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A.
is a debt collector attempting to
collect a debt. Any information
obtained will be used for that pur-
pose. ASAP# 4059889 08/26/2011,
09/02/2011, 09/09/2011
8603
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE\S SALE
Trustee Sale No. 450891CA
Loan No. 0082553850Title Order
No. 849358 YOU ARE IN
DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF
TRUST DATED 12-24-2003.
UNLESSYOUTAKEACTIONTO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY,
IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
INGS AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULD CONTACT A
LAWYER. On 09-16-2011 at
11:00 AM, CALIFORNIA
RECONVEYANCE COMPANY
as the duly appointed Trustee
under and pursuant to Deed of
Trust Recorded 01-05-2004,
Book N/A, Page N/A, Instrument
17559104, of official records in
the Office of the Recorder of
SANTA CLARA County, Califor-
nia, executed by: RAMON C
MANUEL AND NERELISA B
MANUEL, HUSBAND AND
WIFE, as Trustor, WASHING-
TON MUTUAL BANK, FA, as
Beneficiary, will sell at public auc-
tion sale to the highest bidder for
cash, cashier\s check drawn by a
state or national bank, a cashier\s
check drawn by a state or federal
credit union, or a cashier\s check
drawn by a state or federal sav-
ings and loan association, sav-
ings association, or savings bank
specified in section 5102 of the
Financial Code and authorized to
do business in this state. Sale will
be held by the duly appointed
trustee as shown below, of all
right, title, and interest conveyed
to and now held by the trustee in
the hereinafter described proper-
ty under and pursuant to the
Deed of Trust. The sale will be
made, but without covenant or
warranty, expressed or implied,
regarding title, possession, or
encumbrances, to pay the
remaining principal sum of the
note(s) secured by the Deed of
Trust, interest thereon, estimated
fees, charges and expenses of
the Trustee for the total amount
(at the time of the initial publica-
tion of the Notice of Sale) reason-
ably estimated to be set forth
below. The amount may be
greater on the day of sale. Place
of Sale: THE NORTH MARKET
STREET ENTRANCE TO THE
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 190
NORTH MARKET STREET ,
SAN JOSE, CA Legal Descrip-
tion: PARCEL ONE: LOT 155, AS
SHOWN ON THAT CERTAIN
MAP ENTITLED, \\TRACT NO.
3065 RANCHO COELHO UNIT
WHICH MAP WAS FILED FOR
RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF
THE RECORDER OF THE
COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA,
STATE OF CALIFORNIA ON
OCTOBER 24, 1961 IN BOOK
139 OF MAPS, AT PAGE(S) 36
AND 37. PARCEL TWO: A NON-
EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER
THOSE CERTAIN 12.50 FOOT
AND 25.00 FOOT RIGHTS OF
WAY FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS DELINEATED UPON
THE MAP OF TRACT NO.
3065\\, RANCHO COELHO
UNIT NO. 3, FILED FOR
RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF
THE COUNTY, ON OCTOBER
24, 1961, IN BOOK 139 OF
MAPS, AT PAGES 36 AND 37.
EXCEPTING THEREFROM
PARCEL TWO ANY PORTION
THEREOF LYING WITHIN PAR-
CEL ONE HEREINABOVE.
Amount of unpaid balance and
other charges: $542,339.53 (esti-
mated) Street address and other
common designation of the real
property: 1654 ADAMS AVENUE
MILPITAS, CA 95035 APN Num-
ber: 029-19-071 The under-
signed Trustee disclaims any lia-
bility for any incorrectness of the
street address and other com-
mon designation, if any, shown
herein. The property heretofore
described is being sold "as is". In
compliance with California Civil
Code 2923.5(c) the mortgagee,
trustee, beneficiary, or authorized
agent declares: that it has con-
tacted the borrower(s) to assess
their financial situation and to
explore options to avoid foreclo-
sure; or that it has made efforts to
contact the borrower(s) to assess
their financial situation and to
explore options to avoid foreclo-
sure by one of the following
methods: by telephone; by United
States mail; either 1st class or
certified; by overnight delivery; by
personal delivery; by e-mail; by
face to face meeting. DATE: 08-
25-2011 CALIFORNIA RECON-
VEYANCE COMPANY, as
Trustee ISAAC PACHECO,
ASSISTANT SECRETARY CALI-
FORNIA RECONVEYANCE
COMPANY IS A DEBT COL-
LECTOR ATTEMPTING TO
COLLECT A DEBT. ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED
WILL BE USED FOR THAT
PURPOSE. California Recon-
veyance Company 9200 Oak-
dale Avenue Mail Stop: CA2-
P U B L I C N O T I C E S
38 SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 MILPITAS POST
4379 Chatsworth, CA 91311
800-892-6902 For Sales Infor-
mation: (714) 730-2727 or
www.lpsasap.com (714) 573-
1965 or www.priorityposting.com
ASAP# 4071285 08/26/2011,
09/02/2011, 09/09/2011
8602
NOTICE OF TRUSTEEZS SALE
TS No. 11-0044060 Title Order
No. 11-0034687 Investor/Insurer
No. 872753730 APN No. 088-42-
135 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 05/17/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULD CONTACT A
LAWYER." Notice is hereby
given that RECONTRUST COM-
PANY, N.A., as duly appointed
trustee pursuant to the Deed of
Trust executed by KA YUN
CHENG, dated 05/17/2007 and
recorded 05/29/07, as Instru-
ment No. 19446456, in Book ,
Page ), of Official Records in the
office of the County Recorder of
Santa Clara County, State of Cal-
ifornia, will sell on 09/16/2011 at
11:00AM, At the North Market
Street entrance to the County
Courthouse, 190 North Market
Street, San Jose, CA 95321 at
public auction, to the highest bid-
der for cash or check as
described below, payable in full at
time of sale, all right, title, and
interest conveyed to and now
held by it under said Deed of
Trust, in the property situated in
said County and State and as
more fully described in the above
referenced Deed of Trust. The
street address and other com-
mon designation, if any, of the
real property described above is
purported to be: 444 DEMPSEY
ROAD #146, MILPITAS, CA,
95035. The undersigned Trustee
disclaims any liability for any
incorrectness of the street
address and other common des-
ignation, if any, shown herein.
The total amount of the unpaid
balance with interest thereon of
the obligation secured by the
property to be sold plus reason-
able estimated costs, expenses
and advances at the time of the
initial publication of the Notice of
Sale is $287,122.10. It is possible
that at the time of sale the open-
ing bid may be less than the total
indebtedness due. In addition to
cash, the Trustee will accept
cashierZs checks drawn on a
state or national bank, a check
drawn by a state or federal credit
union, or a check drawn by a
state or federal savings and loan
association, savings association,
or savings bank specified in Sec-
tion 5102 of the Financial Code
and authorized to do business in
this state. Said sale will be made,
in an ZZAS ISZZ condition, but with-
out covenant or warranty,
express or implied, regarding
title, possession or encum-
brances, to satisfy the indebted-
ness secured by said Deed of
Trust, advances thereunder, with
interest as provided, and the
unpaid principal of the Note
secured by said Deed of Trust
with interest thereon as provided
in said Note, plus fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee and
of the trusts created by said
Deed of Trust. DATED:
08/21/2011 RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo
Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone:
(800) 281 8219, Sale Information
(626) 927-4399 By: - TrusteeZs
Sale Officer RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. is a debt collec-
tor attempting to collect a debt.
Any information obtained will be
used for that purpose. ASAP#
4063450 08/26/2011,
09/02/2011, 09/09/2011
8601
NOTICE OF TRUSTEEZS SALE
TS No. 11-0041993 Title Order
No. 11-0033280 Investor/Insurer
No. 871106377 APN No. 022-35-
114 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 05/03/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULD CONTACT A
LAWYER." Notice is hereby
given that RECONTRUST COM-
PANY, N.A., as duly appointed
trustee pursuant to the Deed of
Trust executed by ROBERTO
RESENDEZ JR., dated
05/03/2007 and recorded
05/10/07, as Instrument No.
19424554, in Book , Page ), of
Official Records in the office of
the County Recorder of Santa
Clara County, State of California,
will sell on 09/16/2011 at
11:00AM, At the North Market
Street entrance to the County
Courthouse, 190 North Market
Street, San Jose, CA 95321 at
public auction, to the highest bid-
der for cash or check as
described below, payable in full at
time of sale, all right, title, and
interest conveyed to and now
held by it under said Deed of
Trust, in the property situated in
said County and State and as
more fully described in the above
referenced Deed of Trust. The
street address and other com-
mon designation, if any, of the
real property described above is
purported to be: 1119 ABBOTT
AVENUE, MILPITAS, CA, 95035.
The undersigned Trustee dis-
claims any liability for any incor-
rectness of the street address
and other common designation,
if any, shown herein. The total
amount of the unpaid balance
with interest thereon of the oblig-
ation secured by the property to
be sold plus reasonable estimat-
ed costs, expenses and
advances at the time of the initial
publication of the Notice of Sale
is $391,558.55. It is possible that
at the time of sale the opening
bid may be less than the total
indebtedness due. In addition to
cash, the Trustee will accept
cashierZs checks drawn on a
state or national bank, a check
drawn by a state or federal credit
union, or a check drawn by a
state or federal savings and loan
association, savings association,
or savings bank specified in Sec-
tion 5102 of the Financial Code
and authorized to do business in
this state. Said sale will be made,
in an ZZAS ISZZ condition, but with-
out covenant or warranty,
express or implied, regarding
title, possession or encum-
brances, to satisfy the indebted-
ness secured by said Deed of
Trust, advances thereunder, with
interest as provided, and the
unpaid principal of the Note
secured by said Deed of Trust
with interest thereon as provided
in said Note, plus fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee and
of the trusts created by said
Deed of Trust. DATED:
08/20/2011 RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo
Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone:
(800) 281 8219, Sale Information
(626) 927-4399 By: TrusteeZs
Sale Officer RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. is a debt collec-
tor attempting to collect a debt.
Any information obtained will be
used for that purpose. ASAP#
4065925 08/26/2011,
09/02/2011, 09/09/2011
8600
NOTICE OF TRUSTEEZS SALE
TS No. 11-0043195 Title Order
No. 11-0034385 Investor/Insurer
No. 0872463046 APN No. 022-
35-188 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 05/16/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULD CONTACT A
LAWYER." Notice is hereby
given that RECONTRUST COM-
PANY, N.A., as duly appointed
trustee pursuant to the Deed of
Trust executed by KAROLYN
BROUSSARD, dated
05/16/2007 and recorded
05/24/07, as Instrument No.
19442978, in Book , Page ), of
Official Records in the office of
the County Recorder of Santa
Clara County, State of California,
will sell on 09/16/2011 at
11:00AM, At the North Market
Street entrance to the County
Courthouse, 190 North Market
Street, San Jose, CA 95321 at
public auction, to the highest bid-
der for cash or check as
described below, payable in full at
time of sale, all right, title, and
interest conveyed to and now
held by it under said Deed of
Trust, in the property situated in
said County and State and as
more fully described in the above
referenced Deed of Trust. The
street address and other com-
mon designation, if any, of the
real property described above is
purported to be: 1199 NORTH
ABBOTT AVENUE, MILPITAS,
CA, 95035. The undersigned
Trustee disclaims any liability for
any incorrectness of the street
address and other common des-
ignation, if any, shown herein.
The total amount of the unpaid
balance with interest thereon of
the obligation secured by the
property to be sold plus reason-
able estimated costs, expenses
and advances at the time of the
initial publication of the Notice of
Sale is $412,758.67. It is possible
that at the time of sale the open-
ing bid may be less than the total
indebtedness due. In addition to
cash, the Trustee will accept
cashierZs checks drawn on a
state or national bank, a check
drawn by a state or federal credit
union, or a check drawn by a
state or federal savings and loan
association, savings association,
or savings bank specified in Sec-
tion 5102 of the Financial Code
and authorized to do business in
this state. Said sale will be made,
in an ZZAS ISZZ condition, but with-
out covenant or warranty,
express or implied, regarding
title, possession or encum-
brances, to satisfy the indebted-
ness secured by said Deed of
Trust, advances thereunder, with
interest as provided, and the
unpaid principal of the Note
secured by said Deed of Trust
with interest thereon as provided
in said Note, plus fees, charges
and expenses of the Trustee and
of the trusts created by said
Deed of Trust. DATED:
08/26/2011 RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo
Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone:
(800) 281 8219, Sale Information
(626) 927-4399 By: TrusteeZs
Sale Officer RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. is a debt collec-
tor attempting to collect a debt.
Any information obtained will be
used for that purpose. ASAP#
4065945 08/26/2011,
09/02/2011, 09/09/2011
8599
NOTICE OF TRUSTEEZS SALE
T.S No. 1324954-14 APN: 026-
12-033 TRA: 12003 LOAN NO:
Xxxxxx5987 REF: Nguyen,
Tung IMPORTANT NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER: YOU ARE
IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED
OF TRUST, DATED November
18, 2004. UNLESS YOU TAKE
ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR
PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD
AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION OF
THE NATURE OF THE PRO-
CEEDING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULDCONTACT A LAWYER.
On September 15, 2011, at
10:00am, Cal-Western Recon-
veyance Corporation, as duly
appointed trustee under and pur-
suant to Deed of Trust recorded
December 02, 2004, as Inst. No.
18122519 in book XX, page XX
of Official Records in the office of
the County Recorder of Santa
Clara County, State of California,
executed by Tung Cao Nguyen
and Ivy Hung Thich, Husband
And Wife As Joint Tenants, will
sell at public auction to highest
bidder for cash, cashiers check
drawn on a state or national
bank, a check drawn by a state or
federal credit union, or a check
drawn by a state or federal sav-
ings and loan association, sav-
ings association, or savings bank
At the entrance to the Superior
courthouse, 190 North Market
Street San Jose, California, all
right, title and interest conveyed
to and now held by it under said
Deed of Trust in the property sit-
uated in said County and State
described as: Completely
described in said deed of trust
The street address and other
common designation, if any, of
the real property described
above is purported to be: 215
Valmy Street Milpitas CA 95035
The undersigned Trustee dis-
claims any liability for any incor-
rectness of the street address
and other common designation,
if any, shown herein. Said sale
will be held, but without covenant
or warranty, express or implied,
regarding title, possession, con-
dition or encumbrances, includ-
ing fees, charges and expenses
of the Trustee and of the trusts
created by said Deed of Trust, to
pay the remaining principal sums
of the note(s) secured by said
Deed of Trust. The total amount
of the unpaid balance of the
obligation secured by the proper-
ty to be sold and reasonable esti-
mated costs, expenses and
advances at the time of the initial
publication of the Notice of Sale
is: $445,921.63. If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any rea-
son, the successful bidderZs sole
and exclusive remedy shall be
the return of monies paid to the
Trustee, and the successful bid-
der shall have no further
recourse. The beneficiary under
said Deed of Trust heretofore
executed and delivered to the
undersigned a written declaration
of Default and Demand for Sale,
and a written Notice of Default
and Election to Sell. The under-
signed caused said Notice of
Default and Election to Sell to be
recorded in the county where the
real property is located. For sales
information: Mon-Fri 9:00am to
4:00pm (619) 590-1221. Cal-
Western Reconveyance Corpo-
ration, 525 East Main Street, P.O.
Box 22004, El Cajon, CA 92022-
9004 Dated: August 26, 2011.
(R-388731 08/26/11, 09/02/11,
09/09/11)
8598
NOTICE OF TRUSTEEZS SALE
TS No. 10-0139896 Title Order
No. 10-8-500093 Investor/Insurer
No. 872601859 APN No. 088-42-
189 YOU ARE IN DEFAULT
UNDER A DEED OF TRUST,
DATED 04/10/2007. UNLESS
YOU TAKE ACTION TO PRO-
TECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT
MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC
SALE. IF YOU NEED AN
EXPLANATION OF THE
NATURE OF THE PROCEED-
ING AGAINST YOU, YOU
SHOULDCONTACT ALAWYER."
Notice is hereby given that
RECONTRUST COMPANY,
N.A., as duly appointed trustee
pursuant to the Deed of Trust
executed by PATRICIA
ROMERO, dated 04/10/2007
and recorded 04/13/07, as
Instrument No. 19382756, in
Book , Page ), of Official Records
in the office of the County
Recorder of Santa Clara County,
State of California, will sell on
09/16/2011 at 11:00AM, At the
North Market Street entrance to
the County Courthouse, 190
North Market Street, San Jose,
CA 95321 at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash or
check as described below,
payable in full at time of sale, all
right, title, and interest conveyed
to and now held by it under said
Deed of Trust, in the property sit-
uated in said County and State
and as more fully described in
the above referenced Deed of
Trust. The street address and
other common designation, if
any, of the real property
described above is purported to
be: 472 DEMPSEY ROAD 172,
MILPITAS, CA, 95035. The
undersigned Trustee disclaims
any liability for any incorrectness
of the street address and other
common designation, if any,
shown herein. The total amount
of the unpaid balance with inter-
est thereon of the obligation
secured by the property to be
sold plus reasonable estimated
costs, expenses and advances at
the time of the initial publication
of the Notice of Sale is
$403,782.76. It is possible that at
the time of sale the opening bid
may be less than the total indebt-
edness due. In addition to cash,
the Trustee will accept cashierZs
checks drawn on a state or
national bank, a check drawn by
a state or federal credit union, or
a check drawn by a state or fed-
eral savings and loan associa-
tion, savings association, or sav-
ings bank specified in Section
5102 of the Financial Code and
authorized to do business in this
state. Said sale will be made, in
an ZZAS ISZZ condition, but without
covenant or warranty, express or
implied, regarding title, posses-
sion or encumbrances, to satisfy
the indebtedness secured by
said Deed of Trust, advances
thereunder, with interest as pro-
vided, and the unpaid principal of
the Note secured by said Deed of
Trust with interest thereon as pro-
vided in said Note, plus fees,
charges and expenses of the
Trustee and of the trusts created
by said Deed of Trust. DATED:
01/27/2011 RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. 1800 Tapo
Canyon Rd., CA6-914-01-94
SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 Phone:
(800) 281 8219, Sale Information
(626) 927-4399 By: TrusteeZs
Sale Officer RECONTRUST
COMPANY, N.A. is a debt collec-
tor attempting to collect a debt.
Any information obtained will be
used for that purpose.ASAP#
4069961 08/26/2011,
09/02/2011, 09/09/2011
8597
PROBATE PETITIONS
Notice of Petition to
Administer Estate of
Thinh Si Nguyen, Deceased
Case No.
1-11-PR169185
To all heirs, beneficiaries, credi-
tors, contingent creditors, and
persons who may otherwise be
interested in the will or estate,
or both, of Thinh Si Nguyen,
Deceased.
A PETITION FOR PROBATE
has been filed by Kim Dung
Nguyen, in the Superior Court
of California, County of Santa
Clara.
THE PETITION FOR PROBATE
requests that Ki m Dung
Nguyen, inthe Superior Court be
appointed as personal repre-
sentative to administer the
estate of the decedent.
THE PETITION requests the
decedents will and codicils, if
any, be admitted to probate. The
will and any codicils are avail-
able for examination in the file
kept by the court.
THEPETITIONrequests authority
to administer the estate under
the Independent Administration
of Estates Act. (This authority will
allow the personal representative
to take many actions without
obtaining court approval. Before
taking certain very important
actions, however, the personal
representative will be required to
give notice to interested persons
unless they have waived notice
or consented to the proposed
action.) The independent adminis-
tration authority will be granted
unless an interested person files
an objection to the petition and
shows good cause why the court
should not grant the authority.
A HEARING will be held on
SEPTEMBER 19, 2011, at 9:00
a.m. in Department 3 at 191 N.
First Street, San Jose, CA 95113.
IF YOU OBJECT to the granti-
ng of the petition, you should
appear at the hearing and
state your objections or file
written objections with the
court before the hearing. Your
appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or
a contingent creditor of the
deceased, you must file your
claim with the court and mail
a copy to the personal represen-
tative appointed by the court
within four months from the
date of first issuance of letters
as provided in Probate Code
section 9100. The time for filing
claims will not expire before
four months from the hearing
date noticed above.
YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept
by the court. If you are a person
interested in the estate, you may
file with the court a REQUEST
FOR SPECIAL NOTICE (form
DE-154) of the filing of an inven-
tory and appraisal of estate
assets or of any petition or
account as provided in Probate
Code section 1250. A Request
for Special Notice form is avail-
able from the court clerk.
Attorney For Petitioner:
Teresa T.H. Nguyen Hung
730 Story Road #4
San Jose, CA 95122
(408) 275-1626
Pub: 08/26, 09/02, 09/09, 2011
8608
Notice of Petition to
Administer Estate of
Agnes Maestas Narvaiz
Case No.
1-11-PR169316
To all heirs, beneficiaries, credi-
tors, contingent creditors, and
persons who may otherwise be
interested in the will or estate, or
both, of Agnes Maestas Narvaiz,
Agnes Narvaiz, Agnes Narvas.
A PETITION FOR PROBATE
has been filed by Beatrice Ann
Supnet, in the Superior Court
of California, County of Santa
Clara.
THE PETITION FOR PROBATE
requests that Beatrice Ann
Supnet, in the Superior Court be
appointed as personal repre-
sentative to administer the
estate of the decedent.
THE PETITION requests the
decedents will and codicils, if
any, be admitted to probate. The
will and any codicils are avail-
able for examination in the file
kept by the court.
THEPETITIONrequests authority
to administer the estate under the
Independent Administration of
Estates Act. (This authority will
allow the personal representative
to take many actions without
obtaining court approval. Before
taking certain very important
actions, however, the personal
representative will be required to
give notice to interested persons
unless they have waived notice
or consented to the proposed
action.) The independent adminis-
tration authority will be granted
unless an interested person files
an objection to the petition and
shows good cause why the court
should not grant the authority.
A HEARING will be held on
SEPTEMBER 21, 2011, at 9:00
a.m. in Department 3 at 191 N.
First Street, San Jose, CA 95113.
IF YOU OBJECT to the granti-
ng of the petition, you should
appear at the hearing and
state your objections or file
written objections with the
court before the hearing. Your
appearance may be in person
or by your attorney.
IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or
a contingent creditor of the
deceased, you must file your
claim with the court and mail a
copy to the personal represen-
tative appointed by the court
within four months from the
date of first issuance of letters
as provided in Probate Code
section 9100. The time for filing
claims will not expire before
four months from the hearing
date noticed above.
YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept
by the court. If you are a person
interested in the estate, you may
file with the court a REQUEST
FOR SPECIAL NOTICE (form
DE-154) of the filing of an inven-
tory and appraisal of estate
assets or of any petition or
account as provided in Probate
Code section 1250. A Request
for Special Notice form is avail-
able from the court clerk.
Attorney For Petitioner:
Suzan Yee, Esq., SBN 88418
685 Market St. Suite 460
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 777-1688
Pub: 08/26, 09/02, 09/09, 2011
8606
NAME CHANGE
ORDER TOSHOWCAUSE
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CASE NO. 111CV207297
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALI-
FORNIA, COUNTY OF SANTA
CLARA, 191 NORTH FIRST
STREET, SAN JOSE, CA 95113
IN THE MATTER OF THE
APPLICATION OF LI SHI DU.
THE COURT FINDS that Peti-
tioner(s) Li Shi Du has/ have
filed a Petition for Change of
Name with the clerk of this
court for an order changing
applicants name from Li Shi Du
to Cecilia Lishi Du.
THE COURT ORDERS all peo-
ple interested in this matter
appear before this court to show
cause why this application for
change of name should not be
granted on 10/18/11 at 8:45 a.m.
in Room 107 at 191 N. First
Street, San Jose, CA 95113.
A COPY of this order to show
cause is published once a week
for four successive weeks prior
to the day of said hearing in,
MILPITAS POST, a newspaper
of general circulation printed
in the County of Santa Clara
Dated: Aug 16, 2011
Thomas Wm. Cain,
Judge of the Superior Court
Pub: 08/26, 09/02, 09/09,
09/16, 2011
8607
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Taurus, take some
time to relax;
watch burnout
ARIES - March 21/April 20
Aries, if youre seeking fun in the sun, make
the most of the last few days of summer or
hop a plane to a tropical paradise. This could
be a time for romance.
TAURUS - April 21/May 21
Taurus, take some time to relax. Keeping up
this momentum is only going to cause burnout
down the road. Its time for some well-
deserved relaxation.
GEMINI - May 22/June 21
Make a list of all your expenses and see what
you can trim, Gemini. Its time to get your
finances in check and knowing what youre
working with is a first step.
CANCER - June 22/July 22
Cancer, after doing the same thing week after
week, you are certainly ready for a change. Use
this opportunity to try one of your bucket list
ideas to drum up excitement.
LEO - July 23/Aug. 23
A change of scenery will do you good, Leo.
Take a walk or hop on a bike and enjoy the
neighborhood or someplace a little further
away. This change of pace is refreshing.
VIRGO - Aug. 24/Sept. 22
Virgo, stress at the office has left you feeling a
bit down. But recognize this opportunity to
show youre a winning employee to your high-
er-ups.
LIBRA - Sept. 23/Oct. 23
Libra, plan a visit to see family members and
youll get those warm and fuzzy feelings only
your loved ones can help inspire. If a trip isnt
in the cards, do a video chat.
SCORPIO - Oct. 24/Nov. 22
Scorpio, sometimes you have to step away
from the problem to find its solution. Spending
all your waking hours obsessing over the
problem wont help.
SAGITTARIUS - Nov. 23/Dec. 21
Lay low for a while, Sagittarius. Things are
happening around you that can lead to trouble
if you become involved. Its safer if you keep a
low profile.
CAPRICORN - Dec. 22/Jan. 20
Capricorn, consider hiring some help around
the house in the coming weeks. Theres a lot
on your plate and a few extra helping hands
can make it easier to manage what lies ahead.
AQUARIUS - Jan. 21/Feb. 18
Aquarius, friends and family will rely on you to
diffuse a stressful situation. When something
occurs this week, take your usual calm
approach.
PISCES - Feb. 19/March 20
Creativity is in bloom for you, Pisces. Make the
most of crisp weather on the horizon for a fun
day trip somewhere.
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19. Amir (var.)
20. Land of the free
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24. Watering places
25. Fed
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32. Internment camp
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39. Ancient Greek coin
40. Having wings
41. Patty Hearsts captors
42. A type of sword (var.)
43. What a carrier delivers
44. Not alive
45. Canid
46. Improve nutritional value
48. Springs resort
50. Swiss river
53. American songbird
58. 925100
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64. Private school in NewYork
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66. Perp____l: never ending
67. Substitutes, abbr.
68. Trudges
69. Close up the eyes
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2. Greek mountain
3. Piece of news
4. Loss of Energy Expectation Index
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5. Net income
6. Wholly absorbed
7. Family Lampridae
8. Starchy food from dried tubers
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22. Support
26. Goidelic language of Ireland
28. Primitive domestic sheep
29. Maine museum
30. Dawn
31. R____se: free
32. An amusement or pastime
33. Union List of Artist Names (abbr.)
34. Wild animals den
35. 2nd husband of Gudrun (var.)
37. Spanish hello
38. Digs
42. Lampchops creator
44. Vegan Indian dish
47. Softly stroke
49. About mail
51. Moves upward
52. Hyph____: separate words
54. Homerian epic poem
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56. Springtime fastings
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Over $800 Million in Sales
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days of tree-lined streets, gentle breezes and downtown
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36968 Nichols Avenue
PRIME PROPERTY IN NILES! Hillside loca-
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bath, 2357 sq. ft., built in 1997. High ceilings, win-
dows galore, custom window treatments. Formal
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Gourmet kitchen, island, 5-burner gas cooktop,
pantry, breakfast nook. Inside laundry, 2-car garage.
Trellis, shed, auto sprinklers. Go now! $599,950
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4375 Corrigan Drive
COVETED GLENMOOR AREA! 4 BR, 3 full
baths, 2500 sq. ft. on 6700 sq. ft. lot. Excellent 1-
story floorplan perfect for inlaws, extended family or
teen privacy. Gorgeous remodeled kitchen, Corian
counters, double oven, nook. 2 master suites, huge
formal dining room, retreat, sewing room/office,
remodeled baths, double pane windows. Newer roof,
2-car garage, two laundry areas. $499,000
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3043 Three Springs Road
LAKETAHOE RETREAT IN SAN JOSE! Escape
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125 So. Park Victoria Drive
YOUR DREAM COME TRUE!! Exquisitely
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SF), mirrored closets, A/C, alarm. Copper plumbing,
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47205 Galindo Drive
SPECTACULAR MISSION FOOTHILLS!
Stunning single story Ponderosa. 4 BR, 2.5 BA, 2511
sq. ft., built in 1979. Fully landscaped 1/2 acre level lot,
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mal living/dining, separate family room. Two fire-
places, double pane windows, tile roof. $1,175,000
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SCOTT CREEK HIGHLANDS! Prime Milpitas
hillside location. Largest model, 4 BR, 2-1/2 BA,
bonus room, 3155 sq. ft. New: interior/exterior
paint, carpet, linoleum, mini-blinds, backyard land-
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1/4 acre lot, tile roof. Dont miss it! $875,000
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Dont even try to fool yourself into believing
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Warmest regards,
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1991. 1.62 acres, lush grounds, massive courtyard &tile
decks. Gourmet kitchen, 2 master suites, library, office
level, bonus room, exercise room/studio. $1,750,000
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SCOTTCREEKHIGHLANDS! Gorgeous 4BR, 3 full
bath, 2690 sq. ft., built 1985. Custom tile floors, new
plush carpet, new interior/exterior paint. Remodeled
kitchen, custom tile counters/backsplash, nook, pantry.
Formal living and dining, sep. family room, gas fire-
place, inside laundry, A/C. Fireplace in master, full
bed/bath downstairs. Lush landscape, sparkling
pool/spa, 10,000 SF lot, mountain views! $785,000
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Date in each foreclosure below is the
recorded date of the deed when the lender
took title to the property (not necessari-
ly possession of ), since the former owners
may not have moved out yet. The price is
what the lender paid for it (usually the
mortgage balance plus foreclosure fees).
Each property is now owned by the lender
and is for sale, or will be for sale soon,
individually or through public auction.
Individuals should contact a Realtor for
further information. The information is
provided by California Resource.
MILPITAS
649 Calle Del Prado, 95035, US Bank, 08-03-
11, $652,500, 2183 sf, 4 bd
404 Dempsey Road #205, 95035, Bank of
America, 08-08-11, $157,500, 842 sf, 2 bd
464 Dempsey Road #164, 95035, Federal
Home Loan Mortgage, 08-04-11, $185,000,
842 sf, 2 bd
391 Murray Street, 95035, LSF7 Trust, 08-09-
11, $364,148, 945 sf, 3 bd
FREMONT
39356 Blacow Road, 94538, Deutsche Bank,
08-08-11, $298,402, 1008 sf, 3 bd
43314 Cedarwood Drive, 94538, JP Morgan
Chase Bank, 07-21-11, $550,800, 2473 sf, 5 bd
4228 Darwin Drive, 94555, Wells Fargo Bank,
08-02-11, $357,225, 1476 sf, 4 bd
34513 Egerton Place, 94555, DSLA Mortgage
Loan Trust, 07-14-11, $421,300, 1402 sf, 4 bd
4025 Eggers Drive, 94536, Federal Home
Loan Mortgage, 08-01-11, $230,000, 1200
sf, 2 bd
3305 Foxtail Terrace, 94536, Bank of New
York, 07-29-11, $93,790, 593 sf, 1 bd
3387 Foxtail Terrace, 94536, Bank of
America, 07-20-11, $150,750, 840 sf, 2 bd
38730 Huntington Circle, 94536, Federal
Home Loan Mortgage, 08-01-11, $286,000,
840 sf, 2 bd
34662 Loreal Terrace #30, 94555, Federal
National Mortgage, 04-07-11, $339,486, 934
sf, 2 bd
36731 Montecito Drive, 94536, Harborview
Mortgage, 07-29-11, $621,000, 1901 sf, 4
bd
3685 Nutwood Terrace #312, 94536, US
Bank, 07-21-11, $187,650, 988 sf, 2 bd
4375 Sedge Street, 94555, Polymatich
Properties, 07-25-11, $578,000, 2474 sf, 4 bd
135 Wenatchee Common #14, 94539, Pnc
Mortgage, 07-20-11, $450,682, 936 sf, 2 bd
SAN JOSE
2177 Alum Rock Avenue #511, 95116,
California Housing Finance, 08-17-11,
$264,534, 1633 sf, 3 bd
2590 Bentley Ridge Drive, 95138, JP Morgan
Chase Bank, 08-18-11, $1,112,256, 3595 sf, 4 bd
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Gorgeous 2-story Beresford Park SHAPELL Estate Located in
Prestigious Estate Community in the Heart of Milpitas! 4BR, 3 full
BA plus huge bonus room w/ a view. 3-car garage, approx. 3,268
sq.ft., approx. 8,025 sq.ft. lot size. Double door entry, new hardwood
floor, bright formal living room w/high cathedral ceiling, spacious
formal dining room w/chandelier. Separate family room w/cozy
brick fireplace, remodeled gourmet kitchen. Spacious master suite
w/separate dressing area & walk-in closets. Newer roof. New
expensive exterior paint. $949,500
Beautiful, nicely designed tri-level SHAPELL estate. This home has 4
extra large bedrooms, 2.5 baths, living room upgraded with fireplace,
formal dining room, separate family room with cozy fireplace at
approx 2,097 Sqft with huge lot size ( approx 7,200 Sqft ). Hi-cathedral
ceiling plus extra walk-in closet or living Sqft added in master bed-
room. Nice children play-ground and gated pool. This home is bright
and cheerful with natural light thru-out and great view of the sunrise.
Located in a great community, it offers walking distance to great
schools and close to all daily activities. $694,500
Sale
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www.890Delrio.com
Shapell Beauty! 4BR, 3 full BA, 2183 sf. Excellent 2-story
floor plan with a bedroom downstairs for privacy.
Gorgeous remodeled gourmet kitchen, slab granite coun-
tertop, newer appliances. Laminate floor. Open living
room with high cathedral ceiling, formal dining room and
separate family room upgraded with marble fireplace.
Dual-pane windows. New tile roof and driveway. A/C,
alarm. Corner lot. Great home. $749,500
SOLD
www.1958Badgerwood.com
Beautifully designed home is both impressive & com-
fortable. 4BR, 2.5BA, 1785 sf. Open floor plan.
Upgraded tile flooring leading to living room with
cozy fireplace & high cathedral ceilings. Master bed-
room with walk-in closets & newly upgraded carpet.
$572,500
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www.948Horcajo.com
Shapell Beauty! 4 extra large BR, 3 full BA, huge lot size
approx 6300 sf. High cathedral ceiling living rm, formal
dining rm, separate family rm w/fireplace plus bonus
rm at approx 2,874 sf. New int. & ext. paint. NEW: roof,
expensive carpet, vinyl flooring. Kitchen totally remod-
eled w/Corian counters. Indoor BBQ, walk-in closet.
Possible RV parking. Dual central AC. Walking distance
to schools & close to all daily activities. $787,500
BUYING SELLING
RELOCATING
SAN JOSE FREMONT
MILPITAS
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Milpitas home prices average $427,000 in mid August
Home sales are compiled by CalREsource,
an Oakland real estate information com-
pany. Sale prices are computed from the
county transfer tax information shown on
the deeds that record at close of escrow and
are published four to eight weeks after such
recording. This information is obtained
from public county records and provided
to us by California REsource. Neither
CalREsource nor this publication are liable
for errors or omissions. All inquiries should
be addressed to CalREsource@aol.com.
MILPITAS
275 Corning Avenue - Wells Fargo Bank to C.
Zheng, $350,000, 08-15-11 [3 bdms/1040
sqft/1955 year built]
444 Dempsey Road #244 - Federal National
Mortgage to C. Nguyen, $145,000, 08-12-11
[1 bdms/676 sqft/2007 year built]
868 Erie Circle - C. Pang to T. Wang,
$360,000, 08-12-11 [2 bdms/1459
sqft/1984 year built]
729 Folsom Circle - J. & M. Armstrong to S.
Botlagunta, $457,500, 08-12-11 [2
bdms/1459 sqft/1983 year built], Previous
Sale 02-21-1997, $210,500
1384 Highland Court - S. & L. Pedroza to R.
Norman, $220,000, 08-16-11 [2 bdms/1005
sqft/1971 year built], Previous Sale 04-30-
1999, $180,000
28 Homme Way - B. & F. Pacariem to H.
Wang, $485,000, 08-15-11 [4 bdms/1688
sqft/1985 year built]
246 Images Circle - L. Pham to M. & R.
Luong, $580,000, 08-11-11 [3 bdms/1609
sqft/1996 year built], Previous Sale 01-31-
1997, $279,000
1467 Mt. Shasta Avenue - A. Sanvicente to
S. Shubhakoti, $560,000, 08-12-11 [4
bdms/1454 sqft/1966 year built], Previous
Sale 07-09-2002, $500,000
171 Parc Place Drive - L. Aguilar to S.
Muthuchamy, $405,000, 08-10-11 [3
bdms/1280 sqft/2005 year built]
93 Parc Place Drive - D. & Y. Wong to Y.
Rong, $400,000, 08-16-11 [3 bdms/1530
sqft/2005 year built]
264 Sepulveda Court - D. Atwell to S. & C.
Wang, $544,500, 08-16-11 [3 bdms/1502
sqft/1977 year built]
30 Shadow Dance Drive - J. Ma to X. Chen,
$400,000, 08-12-11 [2 bdms/1534
sqft/2000 year built]
421 South Park Victoria Drive - C. Balugay to
F. Zarate, $485,000, 08-10-11 [4 bdms/2001
sqft/1966 year built]
1132 Stellar Way - Bay Invesment Group to
K. & A. Sharma, $572,000, 08-12-11 [4
bdms/1824 sqft/1969 year built], Previous
Sale 03-28-1991, $247,000
1755 Yosemite Drive - L. & S. Arancibia to F.
Tang, $437,000, 08-15-11 [4 bdms/1528
sqft/1967 year built], Previous Sale 04-08-
1996, $200,000
BERRYESSA
338 Bonita Avenue - Federal National
Mortgage to Ye Trust, $345,000, 08-16-11 [5
bdms/2868 sqft/1972 year built], Previous
Sale 04-07-2003, $130,000
1855 Camargo Drive - Bank of New York to
D. Nguyen, $426,500, 08-09-11 [5
bdms/1822 sqft/1970 year built]
1136 Champagne Lane - M. Alatorre to G.
Chui, $500,000, 08-12-11 [3 bdms/1324
sqft/1959 year built], Previous Sale 01-25-
2002, $415,000
1701 Chesterton Circle - T. Nguyen to C.
Nguyen, $422,000, 08-09-11 [3 bdms/1150
sqft/1983 year built], Previous Sale 12-05-
2002, $420,000
893 Cotton Tail Avenue - Deutsche Bank to
T. Nguyen, $325,000, 08-16-11 [4
bdms/1242 sqft/1959 year built]
1264 Coyote Creek Place - Harmin
Investments to Z. Zhang, $184,000, 08-12-
11 [2 bdms/849 sqft/1984 year built]
894 Gilchrist Drive #2 - Wisteria Capital to Y.
Han, $180,000, 08-12-11 [2 bdms/903
sqft/1971 year built]
3342 Hostetter Road - P. Luong to J. Yang,
$512,000, 08-17-11 [4 bdms/1267
sqft/1968 year built], Previous Sale 06-09-
1999, $340,000
251 Irazu Court - Federal Home Loan
Mortgage to D. Lei, $182,000, 08-17-11 [3
bdms/1180 sqft/1971 year built]
2288 Kammerer Avenue - J. & E. Agcaoili to
E. Johnson, $299,000, 08-16-11 [1961 year
built]
763 Kaufmann Court - International
Investment Solution to D. & O. Vu, $300,000,
08-10-11 [6 bdms/2227 sqft/1955 year built],
Previous Sale 03-22-2011, $275,000
3056 Knights Bridge Road - Y. Hu to D. Wu,
$621,000, 08-09-11 [5 bdms/2392 sqft/1972
year built], Previous Sale 09-13-2010, $480,000
2950 Lambeth Court - Luminent Mortgage to
J. Sung, $335,000, 08-11-11 [4 bdms/1452
sqft/1976 year built]
1614 Lorient Terrace - Bac Home Loans to
Happy Trust, $397,000, 08-12-11 [3
bdms/1778 sqft/2007 year built]
88 North Jackson Avenue #510 - G. Li to V.
Sang, $210,000, 08-12-11 [2 bdms/1056
sqft/2006 year built]
2813 Pointdexter Court - W. & M. King to D.
Chen, $510,000, 08-17-11 [3 bdms/1376
sqft/1983 year built]
1441 Ranch Court - R. Dolci to W. & Y. Chen,
$659,000, 08-16-11 [4 bdms/2200 sqft/1986
year built], Previous Sale 09-29-1986, $207,000
229 Rayos Del Sol Drive - Ing Bank to J.
Quach, $410,000, 08-15-11 [4 bdms/2196
sqft/2006 year built]
104 South 23rd Street - M. & M. Dasilva to
C. & M. Desousa, $288,000, 08-16-11 [3
bdms/1028 sqft/1910 year built]
339 South 34th Street - J. Valenzuela to T.
& N. Zamora, $340,000, 08-12-11 [5
bdms/3006 sqft/2006 year built]
3899 Suncrest Avenue - A. Bourov to T. & T.
Dinh, $900,000, 08-10-11 [4 bdms/2579
sqft/1978 year built]
1931 Vinedale Square - Wells Fargo Bank to
T. Nguyen, $281,000, 08-09-11 [3
bdms/1240 sqft/1972 year built]
355 Woodcraft Court - C. Ngo to L. Huynh,
$358,000, 08-15-11 [3 bdms/1481
sqft/2000 year built]
EVERGREEN
1174 Beaconsfield Road - J. & S. Pullin to G.
& K. Tse, $369,000, 08-16-11 [3 bdms/1220
sqft/1972 year built], Previous Sale 04-27-
1994, $150,864
2965 Bradbury Drive - L. & M. Garcia to R.
Ochoa, $323,000, 08-17-11 [4 bdms/1545
sqft/1971 year built], Previous Sale 05-16-
1991, $210,000
3660 Cedar Knoll Court - N. & B. Bandaru to
L. Nguyen, $536,000, 08-09-11 [4
bdms/2026 sqft/1999 year built], Previous
Sale 02-04-2000, $429,500
8415 Chenin Blanc Lane - Schmae Trust to
H. & D. Stalnaker, $315,000, 08-09-11 [2
bdms/1497 sqft/1978 year built]
MILPITAS
TOTAL SALES REPORTED: 15
LOWEST SALES PRICE: $145,000.00
HIGHEST SALES PRICE: $580,000.00
AVERAGE SALES PRICE: $426,733.33
BERRYESSA
TOTAL SALES REPORTED: 23
LOWEST SALES PRICE: $180,000.00
HIGHEST SALES PRICE: $900,000.00
AVERAGE SALES PRICE: $390,630.43
EVERGREEN
TOTAL SALES REPORTED: 33
LOWEST SALES PRICE: $150,000.00
HIGHEST SALES PRICE: $1,400,000.00
AVERAGE SALES PRICE: $543,212.12
R E A L E S T A T E
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