INSIDE FIRST UP! ABOUT Upbeat in San Francisco, CA!
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This Paper Rocks!
yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a
humble but reasonable
confidence in your own powers you cannot be
successful or happy. Norman Vincent Peale
Our entire paper is strictly for entertainment purposes and nearly 100% positive in nature. From time to time there are a few mistakes, and occasionally a few spelling errors. Also, some of the information/jokes/facts may or may not be true as well as the sources of infor- mation that are contributed. We can guarantee with certainty that we thoroughly check all sources of information. Sum thymes wii allsew mzspell uh bunch uv wurds tu dryve peepull crayzee. Hope u lyk et!!! Just remember not to take life to seriously. For those of you who r critics...our fan base is 99.999% happy! We mostly hope that after reading this paper you might smile a bit more, learn something new or be a bit more inspired by life. Give a copy of Upbeat Times to someone would could use GOOD NEWS!
Hi Paul, This year our family photo moves from Michigan to San Francisco (Alcatraz in the background) From left: Gina Petrilli, Yvonne (Mose) Moses, Jennifer Moses and Todd Petrilli. Love all your good news! ~ Jennifer Moses
SAN FRANCISCO FACTS: During the Great Depression, not a single bank in San Francisco failed. In fact, business was so good that the city constructed the Golden Gate Bridge and the Oakland Bay Bridge during that time.
The Beatles gave their last full concert at Candlestick Park on August 29, 1966. 25,000 tickets were sold,
although the park had capac- ity for 42,000 people. The band played 11 songs.
The U.S. Navy originally planned to paint the Golden Gate Bridge black with yellow stripes. The famed “International Orange” color was intended to be a sealant.
Levi Strauss invented denim jeans in San Francisco for the Gold Rush miners who
Reprint from 1984, “The early days of Sigmond!
needed durable yet comfortable clothing.
Before it was renamed to San Francisco, this small city by the bay was called Yerba Buena. Yerba Buena means, “Good herb” in Spanish. It was founded in 1776, but renamed in 1846. Portsmouth Square in Chinatown was the location of the public square in Yerba Buena.
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