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Volume 46 - No. 01

January 07, 2016

by lyle e davis

A grandson of slaves, a boy was born in a poor neighborhood of New Orleans known variously as the “Back of Town, The Battlefield, and Storyville.” His father, William, (1881–1922), abandoned the family when the child was an infant, His mother, Mary "Mayann" Albert (1886–1927), became a prostitute and the boy and his sister Beatrice Armstrong Collins (1903–1987), had to live with their grandmother, Josephine Armstrong. Early in life he proved to be gifted for music and with three other kids he sang in the streets of New Orleans. His first gains were the coins that were thrown to them.

A Jewish family, Karnofsky, who had immigrated from Lithuania to the USA had pity for the 7year-old boy and brought him into their home. Initially given ‘work’ in the house, to feed this hungry child. There he remained and slept in this Jewish families home where, for the first time in his life he was treated with kindness and tenderness. When he went to bed, Mrs. Karnovsky sang him a Russian lullaby that he would sing with her.

Later, he learned to sing and play several Russian and Jewish songs. Over time, this boy became the adopted son of this family. The Karnofskys gave him five dollars to buy his first musical instrument, a cornet; as was the custom in the Jewish families. They sincerely admired his musical talent. Because they were Jewish, as a gesture of gratitude for their generosity the boy wore a Star of David around his neck for the rest of his life. Thus they inadvertently contributed to American culture — and earned at least a measure of immortality. Later, when the boy became a famous musician and composer, he used these Jewish melodies he had learned as a child in compositions, such as St. James Infirmary and Go Down Moses. While there’s no official record that the Karnofskys ever adopted the child, Stanley Karnow said that his family felt “somehow related” to him, but that doesn’t mean they adopted him.

Sometime within this time frame he was sent to the Fisk School for Boys, where he most likely had early exposure to music. He brought in some money as a paperboy and also by finding discarded food and selling it to restaurants, but it was not

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enough to keep his mother from prostitution. He hung out in dance halls close to home, where he observed everything from licentious dancing to the quadrille. For extra money he also hauled coal to Storyville, and listened to the bands playing in the brothels and dance halls, especially Pete Lala's, where Joe "King" Oliver performed as well as other famous musicians who would drop in to jam. He was sent to this school after he got in trouble for shooting a gun in the air on New Years Eve 1912, according to Biography.com:

“There, he received musical instruction on the cornet and fell in love with music. In 1914, the home released him, and he immediately began dreaming of a life making music. While he still had to work odd jobs selling newspapers and hauling coal to the city’s famed red-light district, he began earning a reputation as a fine blues player. After dropping out of the Fisk School at age eleven, Armstrong joined a quartet of boys who sang in the streets for money. He also started to get into trouble. Cornet player Bunk Johnson said he taught Armstrong (then 11) to

play by ear at Dago Tony's Tonk in New Orleans, although in his later years Armstrong gave the credit to Oliver. Armstrong hardly looked back at his youth as the worst of times but drew inspiration from it instead: "Every time I close my eyes blowing that trumpet of mine—I look right in the heart of good old New Orleans ... It has given me something to live for."

One of the greatest cornet players in town, Joe ‘King’ Oliver, began acting as a mentor to the young Armstrong, showing him pointers on the horn and occasionally using him as a sub. The little black boy grew up and wrote a book about this Jewish family who had adopted him in 1907. In memory of this family and until the end of his life, he wore a star of David and said that in this family he had learned “how to live real life and determination.” Today, the entire world recognizes his name. This little boy was called Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong.

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Louis Armstrong proudly spoke fluent Yiddish.

Later, in 1949, Marion Karnofsky (now Karno), stood on Rampart Street in New Orleans with his father, Myer, outside their family’s HK Department Store. There they watched the Zulu parade—a mostly African-American procession held every year on Mardi Gras. There were four floats, each with a big band between them. On one stood Louis Armstrong, by then among the most famous jazz musicians in America and king of the parade. Armstrong recognized Myer immediately and quickly jumped off his float to greet him. Everyone in the parade yelled at him to get back on the float, but it didn’t matter.

“It’s not like they’ll leave without me!” Armstrong said. The two men ran off to the back of the store, drank Jax Beer and reminisced. Armstrong would, of course, later hop back on his float. At the time, Marion didn’t know who this man was—he was 10


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years old and had only heard about him from his father. But today, this moment sticks in his memory. It brought to life the stories he’d heard about the man, Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong, his family helped raise—unknowingly affecting the course of jazz history. This is how Myer and Louis met. Myer, then 18 and the son of Lithuanian-Jewish immigrants, sold coal and matches in the Red Light District and the Irish Channel—both dicey neighborhoods. The fact that Myer was white and Armstrong black was considered mutually beneficial— depending on which neighborhood they were traveling through. Still, at that time, their partnership was unusual.

This is not to say that the Jewish and African-American communities didn’t have a relationship. Because of the proximity of their neighborhoods and the level of discrimination they both faced, there was a working relationship. But it wasn’t just about work. Armstrong’s close personal connection with the Karnofskys was atypical. “His relationship with them was kind of special,” says Bruce Raeburn, a Tulane University professor and author of New Orleans Style and the Writing of American Jazz History. “[The Karnofskys] didn’t just work with him, they took interest in him.” Race was secondary. Especially in

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those days, Jews weren’t generally considered “white.” “They were Jews,” says Marion’s brother, Jacob, of his family’s involvement with Armstrong. “They didn’t really feel the need to discriminate.”

As time went on, Armstrong not only became close with Myer but with his whole family. He eventually ended up staying at the Karnofsky house and later recalled singing a song called “Russian Lullaby” with the family and feeling very connected to Jewish music and the Jewish experience. In 1950, he recorded a song with the same name—his own riff on the childhood lullaby.

Because they were closer in age, Armstrong became very close with Myer’s brother Morris, who was known as a bit of a troublemaker. A few times, Morris Karnofsky and Armstrong got in trouble with the police for shooting off fireworks. Armstrong nearly drowned trying to retrieve Morris’ father’s horse from the middle of a river. But Morris had a positive influence on Armstrong as well. They drove a cart around together, and the two of them would collect junk to either keep or sell to earn money. A few years later, Morris lent Armstrong $5 to buy his first cornet—launching him on his fated career path. Morris’ life was affected as well, and he later opened Morris Music, a record and instrument store located on Rampart Street. It had a reputation for having the best music and was also a place where musicians (including Armstrong) would

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“It wasn’t thought of as part of jazz history when it came to [Louis] working with my family,” said Jacob Karno. “Louis was just trying to make ends meet.”

Armstrong’s Jewish connection would stay with him until his death in 1971. As a sign of respect to his adopted Jewish family, he wore a Star of David around his neck. He also had a mezuzah, spoke fluent Yiddish and was said to have loved matzah.

Louis Armstrong, in July 1954 in Chicago, wearing a Star of David around his neck while recording one of his most famous albums, “Louis Armstrong Plays W. C. Handy.”

The Karnofskys had a lasting influence on him. In 1969, Armstrong wrote a long essay detailing his Jewish connection. It was called “Louis Armstrong + the Jewish Family in New Orleans, La., the Year of 1907.” He wrote of his admiration for the family’s work ethic, which he felt was representative of Jewish culture. This admiration carried over to

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The Karnofskys, who had a junk hauling business and had given him odd jobs, took him in and treated him like family and, who, knowing he lived without a father, fed and nurtured him, were to become instrumental in the formation of his lifelong loyalty to the family and the Jewish culture in general.

He later wrote a memoir of his relationship with the Karnofskys titled, Louis Armstrong + the Jewish Family in New Orleans, La., the Year of 1907. In it he describes his discovery that this family was also subject to discrimination by "other white folks" nationalities who felt that they were better than the Jewish race... "I was only seven years old but I could easily see the ungodly treatment that the White Folks were handing the poor Jewish family whom I worked for." The influence of Karnofsky is remembered in New Orleans by the Karnofsky Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to accepting donated musical instruments to "put them into the hands of an eager child who could not otherwise take part in a wonderful learning experience."

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wound up writing four separate books on four separate branches of my family. The one book I have not been able to complete is that of the Davis family. The others, all Scandinavians, went back as far as 1526. I have since visited both Denmark and Norway and, in Norway, met my contemporary cousins. I ran into one roadblock in the Davis history that I could not get past; finally, I threw up my hands in frustration and tossed in the towel. I gave up further studies of genealogy. Not before, however, learning of a fascinating character in my ancestral past. My great-great uncle, Pasquale Davis, was hanged for horse stealing and train robbery in Minnesota in 1889.

The only known photograph of Pasquale shows him standing on the gallows in Minnesota territory:

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“Let’s Jump Start 2016” ABWA Networking Dinner – The Soaring Eagles Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association

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Armstrong developed his cornet playing skills by playing in the band of the New Orleans Home for Colored Waifs, where he had been sent multiple times for general delinquency, most notably for firing his stepfather's pistol into the air at a New Year's Eve celebration, as police records confirm. Professor Peter Davis (who frequently appeared at the home at the request of its administrator, Captain Joseph Jones) instilled discipline in and provided musical training to the otherwise selftaught Armstrong. Eventually, Davis made Armstrong the band leader. The home band played around New Orleans and the thirteen-year-old Louis began to draw attention by his cornet playing, starting him on a musical career. At fourteen he was released from the home, living again with his father and new step-mother, Gertrude, and then back with his mother and thus back to the streets and their temptations. Armstrong got his first dance hall job at Henry Ponce's where Black Benny became his protector and guide. He hauled coal by day and played his cornet at night. On March 19, 1918, at the age of 16, Louis married Daisy Parker, a prostitute from Gretna, Louisiana. They adopted a 3-yearold boy, Clarence Armstrong, whose mother, Louis' cousin Flora, died soon after giving birth. Clarence Armstrong was mentally disabled (the result of a head injury at an early age) and Louis would spend the rest of his life taking care of him. Louis' marriage to Parker failed quickly and they separated in 1923.

On February 4, 1924, Louis married Lil Hardin Armstrong, who was Oliver's pianist and had also divorced her first spouse only a few years earlier. His second wife was instrumental in developing his career, but in the late 1920s Hardin and Louis grew apart. They separated in 1931 and

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(ABWA) will meet tonight, Thursday, January 7th for Dinner and Table Topics, a fast-paced, interactive meeting where you will be challenging your brain while networking with other members and guests. The facilitator will be Dr. Deena Stacer, a member. Also, back by popular demand, the Member Spotlight Speaker; this month featured member is Gloria Lefler of Trilogy Financial Services. Guests welcome; bring business cards. Networking at 6pm; dinner 6:30; speaker 7:15-7:45; meeting 7:45-8pm, at The Old Spaghetti Factory, 111 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd., San Marcos. Cost is $23/members; $28/guests. For more info or to register, visit www.abwasoaringeagles.org, contact Sue at 760.822.2242, or abwamembership@gmail.com. RSVP to Sue a.s.a.p.; pay at the door.

Senior Anglers to Meet on Friday, January 8th - The Senior Anglers Club of Escondido will meet this Friday, January 8th, at 9:30am, at the Park Avenue Community Center, 210 Park Ave, Escondido. This energetic over-50 crowd of men and women participate in fresh and saltwater fishing, youth trout derbies, picnics, about eight RV campouts each year, and other community service events. Meetings are free and guests are always welcome. Shirts and shoes are required. This meeting will feature member Ron Parker,

divorced in 1938, after which Louis married longtime girlfriend Alpha Smith. His marriage to his third wife lasted four years, and they divorced in 1942. Louis then married Lucille Wilson, a singer at the Cotton Club, to whom he was married until his death in 1971.

Armstrong's marriages never produced any offspring, though he loved children. However, in December 2012, 57-year-old Sharon Preston-Folta claimed to be his daughter, from a 1950s affair between Armstrong and Lucille "Sweets" Preston, a dancer at the Cotton Club. In a 1955 letter to his manager, Joe Glaser, Armstrong affirmed his belief that Preston's newborn baby was his daughter, and ordered Glaser to pay a monthly allowance of $400 to mother and child.

Armstrong played in the city's frequent brass band parades and listened to older musicians every chance he got, learning from Bunk Johnson, Buddy Petit, Kid Ory, and above all, Joe "King" Oliver, who acted as a mentor and father figure to the young musician. Later, he played in brass bands and riverboats of New Orleans, and began traveling with the wellregarded band of Fate Marable, which toured on a steamboat up and down the Mississippi River. He described his time with Marable as "going to the University," since it gave him a much wider experience working with written arrangements.

In 1919, Joe Oliver decided to go north and resigned his position in Kid Ory's band; Armstrong replaced him. He also became second trumpet for the Tuxedo Brass Band, a society band.

Through all his riverboat experience Armstrong's musicianship began to mature and expand. At twenty, he could read music and started to be featured in extended trumpet solos, one of the first jazz men to do this, injecting his own personality and style into his solo turns. He had learned how to cre-

Community Relations Director, with a comprehensive slide presentation covering the entire year's activities of the club. If you want to join us for lunch (dutch-treat; separate checks) at one of the local restaurants that sponsor the SAE club, you're welcome to do so. For more info, visit the website at www.senioranglersofescondido.net or call Ron at 760.736.4009.

Vista Garden Club Luncheon/Meeting - On Friday, January 8th, at 12noon, there will be a fingertip luncheon and a "how to" class on propagation and container growing of any plants brought in by members and guests so everyone can learn new techniques. Come and learn! Meeting is at McClellan Senior Center, 1400 Vale Terrace Ct., Vista. Questions, call Bob Sangster 760.536.9228.

DAR Chapter Meeting on Saturday, January 9 - The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), will meet Saturday, January 9, at the El Camino Country Club in Oceanside. A breakfast brunch at 9:30am will be followed by speaker Capt. Yuwynn Ho, USMC, who will share his success story as a boy from Malaysia who came to the U.S. as a child, was awarded the DAR Good Citizen Medal in 1966 while a student at Carlsbad High School, graduated from UC Berkeley and Hastings

ate a unique sound and also started using singing and patter in his performances. In 1922, Armstrong joined the exodus to Chicago, where he had been invited by his mentor, Joe "King" Oliver, to join his Creole Jazz Band and where he could make a sufficient income so that he no longer needed to supplement his music with day labor jobs. It was a boom time in Chicago and though race relations were poor, the city was teeming with jobs available also for black people, who were making good wages in factories and had plenty to spend on entertainment. Oliver's band was among the most influential jazz bands in Chicago in the early 1920s, at a time when Chicago was the center of the jazz universe. Armstrong lived luxuriously in Chicago, in his own apartment with his own private bath (his first). Excited as he was to be in Chicago, he began his career-long pastime of writing nostalgic letters to friends in New Orleans. As Armstrong's reputation grew, he was challenged to "cutting contests" by hornmen trying to displace the new phenomenon, who could blow two hundred high Cs in a row. Armstrong made his first recordings on the Gennett

School of Law. The DAR is open to any female 18 years of age or older who is lineally descended from a patriot who assisted in some way in America’s fight for independence in the Revolutionary War. For more info, visit santamargarita.californiadar.org.

Library’s 2nd Saturday Concert Series Presents Opera Exposed! A program of operatic selections will be performed at the Escondido Public Library on Saturday, January 9th, at 3:00pm, in the Turrentine Room. Emerging vocalists perform selections from familiar operas to entertain and educate, as well as to promote the San Diego Opera’s 2016 season. “San Diego Opera’s Opera Exposed! program is made up of undergraduate singers from the University of San Diego, Point Loma Nazarene University, and San Diego State University spreading knowledge and the joy of opera!” said Dr. Nicholas Reveles, the SD Opera Company’s Director of Education and Community Engagement. He will accompany the singers on piano and provide commentary on the stories behind operas such as Tosca, Madame Butterfly, and Great Scott. For more information about this and future performances, visit

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and Okeh labels (jazz records were starting to boom across the country), including taking some solos and breaks, while playing second cornet in Oliver's band in 1923. At this time, he met Hoagy Carmichael (with whom he would collaborate later) who was introduced by friend Bix Beiderbecke, who now had his own Chicago band.

Armstrong enjoyed working with Oliver, but Louis' second wife, pianist Lil Hardin Armstrong, urged him to seek more prominent billing and develop his newer style away from the influence of Oliver. Armstrong took the advice of his wife and left Oliver's band. For a year Armstrong played in Fletcher Henderson's band in New York on many recordings. After playing in New York, Armstrong returned to Chicago, playing in large orchestras; there he created his most important early recordings. Lil had her husband play classical music in church concerts to broaden his skill and improve his solo play

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Local News

The Paper • Page 4 • January 07, 2016 Crawford Returning as Carlsbad City Manager

The Carlsbad City Council has announced that Kevin Crawford will return to the City of Carlsbad as city manager, following an extensive national recruitment process that began last summer. Crawford served as the city’s fire chief from 2002 to 2013. In late 2013 he temporarily served as city manager before leaving to become the president and CEO of the United Way of San Diego County. In all, Crawford worked for the City of Carlsbad for 28 years.

Crawford will succeed Steve Sarkozy, who served as city manager from April 2014 to April 2015. A start date of midFebruary is planned. Beginning his public safety career in the early 80s, Crawford initially served as a paramedic with Medivac Ambulance Inc., and quickly transitioned in 1984 to firefighter/paramedic with the Poway Fire Department. In 1986, he joined the City of Carlsbad Fire Department as a firefighter/paramedic and advanced through the organization, holding positions with increasing levels of leadership responsibility. In 2002, he was promoted to fire chief. As Crawford concluded his tenure, the Fire Department had a nearly $18 million budget and a workforce of 200 paid staff and volunteers, consistently earning a 99 percent level of satisfaction from customer service surveys

and a reputation for management excellence.

Crawford’s leadership and management experience also includes some of the largest wildland fires in California’s history as well as command responsibilities during the 9-11 attack in New York City and Hurricane Katrina. In addition, Crawford has traveled internationally assisting countries prepare, respond to and recover from large scale emergencies. A Carlsbad resident, Crawford is married with four adult children and five grandchildren. Winning $7Million Lottery Ticket Bought in San Marcos

A liquor store on Nordahl Road in San Marcos sold a winning lottery ticket worth $7 million. At this writing the winner has not claimed the financial windfall.

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library.escondido.org/concerts, or contact Librarian David Frazee at 760-839-4839. The 2nd Saturday Concert Series is free, open to the public, and generously sponsored by Friends of the Escondido Public Library, at 239 South Kalmia St, Escondido. For more information about other Library programs and services visit library.escondido.org.

January Events at Municipal Gallery – The Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery events for January include the Saturday Art Walk on January 9th, from 5:30-8pm, at the Gallery, 262 E. Grand Ave., Escondido. Open on Tuesdays from 2:30-6pm for the Escondido Certified Farmer’s Market. Art shows on-going are the Wood, A Furniture Show VII, by Brian Murphy; Black & White, the PhotoArts Group; and many others. Gallery Hours: Tuesday 11am-5pm (Farmers Market); ThursdaySaturday 11am-4pm.

Dear Lyle,

Woman’s Club of Vista January Meeting – will be on Wednesday, January 13, at 10:30am, at the

All the best to you, Evelyn, and your families.

Nordahl Liquor manager Steve Kaspolis was overwhelmed by media attention after news broke that he had sold a winning ticket.

Escondido Woman’s Club Meeting Announced - On Monday, January 11, at 10:30am the Escondido Woman’s Club will hold their first meeting of the new year. The guest speaker will be Greg Anglea, CEO of Interfaith Community Services. Meetings are held at their clubhouse at 751 No. Rose (corner Mission Ave.), Escondido. Guests are welcome. Lunch cost is $12/person, and reservations are required by calling Nora at 760.743.0246.

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The ticket was purchased on December 24th as an advance sale for the December 30th drawing. The winning numbers were 3-4-6-26-25 and a Mega number of 22.

“This is my first time selling a ticket this big,” said Kaspolis. “I’m excited and happy.”

venience, re-do the nails (about a 10 minute job, max) and we’d be on our way. Nooooooo!

The owner of the shop said that nail polish wasn’t guaranteed, that if we had ordered a more expensive nail polish he would guarantee it for two weeks.

Man About Town

I rather enjoy the work of comedian Yakoff Smirnoff. We’ll be in the audience on Saturday, January 9th, when he appears in Escondido at the Center for the Arts, Escondido. If you’re not aware of Yakoff Smirnoff, you’re missing a talented performer.

His programs (two of them, one at 2pm the other at 7pm) are being taped for later presentation as a KPBS special.

Yakov Smirnoff has returned with a new act that’s equal parts standup, one-man show, motivational speech, and TED talk. Yakov’s new hit show, Happily Ever Laughter, drew this comment from The NY Times: show “warm-hearted, delightful, and splendidly funny!” Yakov will have you in stitches while guiding us in how to fall in love all

over again just in time for the Holidays! Question and Answer session with Yakov following the matinee. Yakov Smirnoff arrived in this country from the Soviet Union in 1977, became an American citizen on July 4, 1986. In 1993 he opened his own theatre in Branson, Missouri. Tickets are $23.00 Regular Admission, $18 Fifty-Five Plus and Military with I.D., Students: $15.00 with I.D.

To learn more, including performance dates, times and ticket information, visit www.artcenter.org. ••••• From the amusing to the not-soamusing. Recently, I took someone to the nail shop I used to patronize to buy a manicure as part of a list of Christmas gifts.

Less than four hours after the manicure the nail polish began to bubble and peel. Amazing! I thought surely the nail salon would apologize for the incon-

Questions: Why would he stock an inferior nail polish? If there would be adverse side effects to the nail polish, why not explain that to patron beforehand? Why would he even want to put on a nail polish that he knew would probably bubble and peel? Why would he risk losing a long time patron over such a minor issue, which could easily have been remedied. Apparently the business culture and practices in Vietnam are quite different from here in America. Here, if you pay for something and it turns out to be inferior, the business owner fixes it. No question.

Sorry, but I will no longer be getting manicures or pedicures from Kim’s Happy Nails, 353 W. Mission Avenue, in Escondido. I had done business with them for the past four or five years - a regular. No more. ••••• I think I finally figured out life. We need to think and live more like dogs.

Dogs don't know we don't live forever. Humans, which I think

Letters to the Editor Little Joe

It's been quite some time since we last spoke, but I'm a regular reader of The Paper, so I assume you're doing well.

I just finished reading "Little Joe", and I must say I had tears in my eyes when I finished it. You truly have a gift for words, and the sentiment conveyed in the story shows how much of an impression your young friend left on you. As you know, the Baha'i Faith says we all get to see each other again in the 'next world'. I have a feeling that when you see Joe again, you'll pick up your friendship again just like it was yesterday. I'm looking forward to meeting him too.

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includes you and me, know that we all will eventually die. Dogs don't know that.

So they live for today and love you with all their heart and hope you love them back. If that happens you have (a) one happy dog, and (b) one happy human. Thus is the answer to life. Simple, yes?

You're welcome. ••••• Braggin’ Time: Came time to open a second office for The Paper. I, like you, dislike moving. It is a chore. Among other things, there is the need to uninstall, move, and re-install electronic equipment, computers, printers, scanners - not to mention personal items you’ve accumulated over the years.

Enter Ken Davis, owner of Sound Home Solutions (760.815.0608). He arrived at about 11am on a Friday (New Year’s Day), worked till at least 8pm, and had me up and running with most of my office equipment; he came back on Saturday for another three hours to complete a bit more work, adjustments, etc. and then, again, on Sunday for some final ‘tweaking.’ To make certain everthing was working properly we tested same, then adjourned to watch the late,

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two blocks away when his van ran out of gas.

So putting my extensive training in journalism to work . . . I tidied up the history a little bit.

I had no Monet

Minnesota Flyer six times. Caught by Pinkerton detectives, convicted and hanged in 1889.'

"Pasquale Davis was a famous cowboy in the Minnesota Territory His business empire grew to include acquisition of valuable equestrian assets and intimate dealings with the Minnesota railroad. Beginning in 1883, he devoted several years of his life to government service, finally taking leave to resume his dealings with the railroad. In 1887, he was a key player in a vital investigation run by the renowned Pinkerton Detective Agency. In 1889, Pasquale Davis passed away during an important civic function held in his honor when the platform upon which he was standing collapsed." A Paris Thief

A thief in Paris planned to steal some paintings from the Louvre... After careful planning, he got past security, stole the paintings, and made it safely to his van.

However, he was captured only

When asked how he could mastermind such a crime and then make such an obvious error, he replied, 'Monsieur, that is the reason I stole the paintings.' To buy Degas

to make the Van Gogh.

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Warmest regards, Randall Kizer San Marcos, CA. ••••• It was a heart-warming story. Thanks for sharing. /s/Rita Christie Escondido

See if you have DeGaulle to send this on to someone else. I published it because I figured I had nothing Toulouse. A sneak peek of President Trump's first State of the Union address By Gary Jacobs

Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, my fellow Americans. The State of the Union is … winning! We are winning so much, we are winning everywhere. And where we're not winning, we're suing. Trump can't actually win, can he? So we're here tonight to talk about all the amazing things the Trump administration has accomplished in only one year

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California Lottery officials already visited his store to post placards announcing that the $7 million ticket was sold there. With SuperLotto Plus, players pick five numbers from 1 to 47 plus a Mega number from 1 to 27. Tickets cost $1. If the winner decides to take the lump sum amount, he or she will receive a one-time check of $4.6 million after federal taxes. Otherwise, the $7 million will be spread out over 30 years. The retailer also wins, and will receive a $35,000 bonus just for selling the winning ticket. California’s Powerball lottery jackpot currently stands at $334 million.

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Oceanside Woman Admits to Police that Boyfriend Accidentally Shot Her

Initially, an Oceanside woman told officers she was shot by an unknown assailant later admitted her boyfriend accidentally shot her while showing her a gun in her apartment Saturday night, Oceanside police said. The woman called 911 and said she’d been standing in front of her apartment building on Edgehill

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Shadowridge Golf Club, 1980 Gateway Drive, Vista. The luncheon speaker will be Frances Hale, Community Engagement Coordinator for Heifer International, a non-profit which provides livestock and training to families in need all over the world. For example, each family who receives an animal agrees to give one of their animal’s offspring to another family. Call 760.822.6824 or visit www.womansclubofvista.org for more info. Cost: $18; all are welcome.

Connections Start Here! – The North San Diego Business Chamber Regional Connect Networking event will take place on Wednesday, January 13, from 5-7pm, at ZCode Media, 11011 Via Frontera, Ste. A, San Diego 92127. Welcome new members; connect with elected officials; network with business leaders. Space is limited to 200; members-5 free employee admissions (with registration by January 12th) $10 at the door; non-members $35. Info: North San Diego Business Chamber, 10875 Rancho Bernardo Rd., Suite 104, San Diego, 92127; 858.487.1767.

Carlsbad’s Measure A Debated at HHP Meeting - Yes or No on Carlsbad’s Measure A? Join the Happy Hour Politics (HHP) group on Wednesday, January 20th for a debate and Q&A on Measure A, the Carlsbad ballot proposition on the Agua Hedionda South Shores Specific Plan. Measure A, commonly known as 85/15, is currently the most controversial issue in North County. Happy Hour Politics wants YOU to be informed before voting in the February 23rd special election. ”Just the Facts on Measure A” is the objective at HHP. A veteran San Diego journalist with extensive background

in Carlsbad planning and development and a key member of Citizens for North County, the non-profit organization leading the fight to defeat the measure, will offer their opposing views. Measure A asks voters to decide if they want a 26-acre shopping, dining, and entertainment complex built on the lagoon. Specifically, from the official Voters Guide, should the designation of “.. 21.6 acres of additional open space, for a total of 176.7 acres of open space for public access, preservation of natural habitat, and agriculture, along with development of 585,000 square feet of visitor-serving commercial uses on 26.7 acres be adopted?” HHP events are held the third Wednesday each month from 6pm–8pm, at The Crossings, 5800 The Crossings Dr, Carlsbad. There is a $20 cash cover charge (includes appeizers). Drinks available for purchase. For more information, email Melanie at hhpcbad@gmail.com. Check on Facebook as Happy Hour Politics, or follow on Twitter @hhpcbad. Space is limited; RSVP by Wednesday, January 13th. HHP is a satellite club of Carlsbad Republican Women Federated (CRWF).

Delfina Cuero Series January Tour – On Saturday, January 23, from 10am-12 Noon, begin your New Year with a leisurely walk thousands of years into the past. Join Anthropologist Richard Carrico for a two-hour moderate hike within the Ramona Grasslands Preserve (weather permitting; advance notice will be provided by the Center). Along the way explore the Kumeyaay village of Pa’mu, examine plants resources that served the Kumeyaays, discuss the importance of the landscape and gain a fuller understanding of the complexity of San Diego’s First People. At the conclusion of the hike, participants are welcome to join Mr. Carrico for further discussions and lunch in

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Alliance for Regional Solutions Event – Volunteers are needed for the Annual Homeless Census—Point in Time Count scheduled for January 29th. Addressing, alleviating and preventing homelessness requires a clear understanding of our homeless population and the circumstances they are in. Who are our homeless? How many people are we talking about? Where are they? What are the factors that led to their homelessness? And what barriers to being housed are they currently facing? Answers to these questions provide the basis for developing sustainable solutions. The Regional Task Force on the Homeless (RTFH) collaborates with local community groups throughout San Diego County to conduct the annual Count, known as WeALLCount, which enables our region to better understand the scope, impact and potential solutions to homelessness; and empowers our community to qualify for funding essential to addressing the issue. The RTFH is seeking volunteers for both: Count Volunteers – to count unsheltered homeless persons, January 29 (4am-7am) (teams of 2 or 3); and Interview Volunteers to con-

Looking forward to a productive New Year

The first half of the 2015-2016 legislative session is now history. As we move forward, challenges remain and contentious debate about many issues is likely. Even so, there is hope for a constructive year. Fortunately, there seems to be a growing consensus among the newer members that California’s economic problems cannot be solved by everincreasing taxation, more stringent regulations, and overbearing centralized control from Sacramento.

Last year a group of moderate, pro-business Democrats joined with Republicans to block all tax increase proposals, including two proposed constitutional amendments that would have seriously undermined Proposition 13 protections for California’s hard working taxpayers. In addition, most of the “job killer” bills identified by the California Chamber of Commerce were blocked or defeated. While the state’s general fund operating budget is balanced,

duct interviews with homeless individuals January 29-February 5 (various dates/times), interview in teams of 2 or 3. Register today at http://rtfh.volunteerhub.com. Alliance for Regional Solutions is located at 550 W. Washington Ave., Escondido, 92025.

Carlsbad Senior Center Offers the Following Classes/Events in January – (1) Free lecture, “The Do’s & Don’ts of asset Allocation & Diversification” on Wednesday, January 20, 1-2:30pm. Presentor, Richard Loth, will suggest what fund investors need to know to simplify their portfolio risk-return positions and make relevant fund choices that implement a coherent strategy. Bring note-taking material. Space is limited. (2) Free Picasa workshop on Wednesday, January 20, 1-2:15pm. Instructor, Mike McMahon, will present an overview of this free and easy photo organizing and editing software from Google, and demonstrate a camera download and photo organization. Bring note-taking material. (3) Free “Backup Strategies” workshop on Wednesday, January 20, from 10-11:15am. Mike McMahon will review strategies for easy and effective backup of your computerbased photos, videos and other important files. Bring note-taking material. (4) “Try It Without Risk” classes for first time students a chance to try two classes without risk on Thursday, January 21. Attendees only pay if they decide to sign up for the session. Bring mat and small towel; wear clothing that allows movement; little to no food suggested within two hours of class. Each four class session ends January 28. Fees are $29.70/Carlsbad residents and $33/non-residents – PiYo: 8-8:30am – Yoga, Int/Adv: 11:30am-12noon.

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largely as a result of the slowly improving economy and temporary tax increases that are beginning to expire, our unfunded state debt is still in the hundreds of billions of dollars. Many basic state needs, including programs for the disabled, highway infrastructure upgrades and Medi-Cal remain seriously underfunded. These issues, largely ignored during the regular budgeting process last year, were pushed off into special sessions, with no appreciable result.

In addition, the debate about inequitable enforcement of drought mandates in this region, and badly needed upgrades for the state’s increasingly inadequate water infrastructure are likely to continue, regardless of El Niño’s impact. Looking forward, it is my hope that this year the growing bipartisanship exhibited during 2015 will be extended to these issues, arguably the most pressing facing our state, so that they can be resolved for the benefit of all Californians.


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‘Chuckles’ Cont. from Page 5

in office. I mean, when you think about what we've done in so short a time, it makes your head spin. The historians are already saying I'm the greatest president of all time. Well, one historian. I think he was a historian. The point is, we've made America great again! By the way, on the drive over, I get a call from my accountant. He tells me my net worth has gone up another $1.7 billion since I took office. Like I need it, right? So Trump is not only making America great again, he's making himself richer. Go figure.

Let's start with the domestic side. We've had so many great achievements in the domestic arena, so many great victories. I mean, I always knew I'd be good at the domestic, but even I didn't think I'd be this good. Now, I know what the media are saying — the media are so lame, such a bunch of losers — they keep harping on how none of the things I promised in the campaign has even gotten out of committee. Listen, that's called negotiation and I invented it, OK? Read "The Art of the Deal" — preferably in hardcover. And when I say "read it," I do mean buy it; the library's for dummies. Anyway, trust me, it's all going to happen, and it's going to be so terrific, you won't believe it. It's all good. The entire world is terrified of us, including our allies, and that's how it should be.

Of course the media don't report the tremendous progress we're making on the wall. I'm telling you that is going to be fabulous. I'm going right from here to a meeting to pick out the color of the mortar. And just yesterday I was on the phone with John Lasseter, the big guy at Pixar; they do all those great animated cartoons. John's a good friend of mine, good guy, big Trump fan, and I think I may let him do the artwork on the wall. The American side. Let the Mexicans do their own stuff, right? Cover it with hubcaps — whatever they want.

Oh, I hear some boos from the loser side of the aisle. You lost the election, OK? Trump, 320 electoral votes; Hillary, did she even carry her home state? Give me a break. I tried to warn her — told her she had to do something about her face if she wanted a shot — but she wouldn't listen.

OK, let's turn to foreign policy. Wow! How does it feel to be the most powerful country in the world again? It's good, right? I told you you'd like winning. OK, maybe we've ruffled some feathers in the process. So

what? I stand by those tweets. Iran's Ayatollah does look like he buys his outfits at Bed Bath & Beyond. Angela Merkel is a bimbo. And the gross national product of Zimbabwe is less than what I carry in my change pocket.

It's all good. The entire world is terrified of us, including our allies, and that's how it should be. Putin and I have a terrific relationship. Turns out, by the way, he's a big fan of "Celebrity Apprentice." He says it's not nearly as good with Arnold, but I'll leave that to others to debate, even though the ratings are way down since I left. Now I have to be completely honest with you. It's not all good news overseas. Hamas does not want to give up those hostages. Sorry — I meant Hezbollah. And we have suffered some setbacks in the fight to take over the ISIS oil fields. That's not going exactly as planned. But there has been progress. I can report to you tonight that ISIS has tentatively agreed to let me build a fabulous world-class Trump Golf Course and Resort in the new caliphate. So, to wrap things up, I've been very successful. Everything's spectacular domestically, foreign affairs are wonderful, and America's great again.

Thank you, you've been terrific. They tell me this is the largest crowd ever to attend one of these. Good night.

Gary Jacobs is a former television comedy writer and producer.

Japanese Sex

A Japanese couple is arguing about how to perform highly erotic sex: Husband: "Sukitaki. Mojitaka!" Wife replies: "Kowanini! Mowi janakpa!" Husband says angrily: "Toka a anji rodi roumi yakoo!" Wife on her knees literally begging: "Mimi nakoundinda tinkouji!" Husband shouts angrily: "Na miaou kina Tim kouji!" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I can’t believe you just sat there trying to read this - you don’t know Japanese. You'll read anything as long as it’s about sex ... You need serious help! Sometimes I worry about you.

PEEING ON MY FLOWERS

A little old lady was walking down the street dragging two large plastic garbage bags behind her. One of the bags was ripped and

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Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

Benedict Arnold: America’s First Traitor

Most Americans have heard the name “Benedict Arnold,” usually in a disparaging manner. He was a businessman turned Continental Army officer, serving in America’s Revolutionary War. The problem was he jumped ships to join the British.

Arnold originally fought with distinction and valor for the Continental Army, but when he thought he was being unfairly mistreated as a hero of the Revolution, he defected to the British Army. Born in Connecticut, Arnold was a merchant operating ships on the Atlantic Ocean when the

‘Man About Town’ Cont. from Page 4

lamentable Chargers take on a real football team, the Denver Broncos. ••••• Just got off the phone with a friend who lives in Scotland.

She said that since early this morning the snow has been nearly waist high and is still falling.. The temperature is dropping far below zero and the north wind is increasing to near gale force. Her husband has done nothing but look through the kitchen window and just stare. She says that if it gets much worse, she may have to let the drunken bastard in. •••••

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war broke out in 1775. After joining the Army, he was commissioned a captain and rose through the ranks as he distinguished himself through acts of intelligence and valor. Arnold’s actions included leadership and bravery in the battles at Montreal and Quebec. Also during the capture of Fort Ticonderoga in 1775.

He was promoted to major general and participated in operations and action during the pivotal Battles of Saratoga in 1777. Despite Arnold's successes, he was passed over for promotion by the Continental Congress while other officers claimed credit for some of his accomplishments. Adversaries in military and political circles brought charges of corruption or other malfeasance, but most often he was acquitted in formal inquiries. Congress investigated his accounts and found the colonists owed Arnold a lot of money because he spent much of his own money on the war effort. Frustrated and bitter at this, as well the alliance with France and failure of Congress to accept Britain's 1778 proposal to grant full self-governance in the colonies, Arnold decided to change sides and opened secret negotiations with the British. In July 1780, he was offered, continued to pursue and was awarded command of West Point (then a Continental Army fortress guarding the Hudson River). Arnold's scheme to surrender the fort to the British was exposed when American forces captured British Major John André, who was carrying papers that revealed the plot. Upon learning of André's capture, Arnold fled down the Hudson River to a British ship, narrowly avoiding capture by the forces of George Washington, who had been alerted to the plot.

Arnold received a commission as a brigadier general in the British Army, an annual pension of £360, and a lump sum of over £6,000. He led British forces on raids in Virginia, and against New London and Groton, Connecticut, before the war effectively ended with the American victory at Yorktown.

In the winter of 1782, Arnold moved to London with his second wife, Margaret Shippen Arnold. He was well received by King George III and the Tories, but frowned upon by the Whigs. In 1787, he returned to the merchant business with his sons Richard and Henry in St. John, New Brunswick. He returned to London to settle permanently in 1791, where he died in 1801. Because of the way he changed

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‘Chuckles’ Cont. from Page 7

every once in awhile a $20 bill fell out onto the sidewalk. Noticing this, a policeman stopped her, and said, "Ma'am, there are $20 bills falling out of that bag."

"You see, my back yard is right next to a golf course. A lot of golfers come and pee through a knot hole in my fence, right into my flower garden. It used to really tick me off. Kills the flowers, you know. Then I thought, 'why not make the best of it?' So, now, I stand behind the fence by the knot hole, real quiet, with my hedge clippers. Every time some guy sticks his thing through my fence, I surprise him, grab hold of it and say, 'O.K., buddy! Give me $20 or

"Oh, really? Darn it!" said the little old lady. "I'd better go back and see if I can find them. Thanks for telling me, Officer."

off it comes!'

"Oh, no, no", said the old lady.

“Well,” she says, “"Not everybody pays."

"Well, now, not so fast," said the cop. "Where did you get all that money? You didn't steal it, did you?"

"Well, that seems only fair," said the cop, laughing. "OK. Good luck! Oh, by the way, what's in the other bag?"

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Attendees at 2015 Constitution Week Luncheon - The District XIV Daughters of the American Revolution, San Diego Chapter Sons of the American Revolution, Red, White and Blue Society and Presidio Hill Society Children of the American Revolution held their annual Constitution Week Luncheon at Admiral Baker Clubhouse in 2015. Regent Linda Ramos headed a group of members and spouses representing Oceanside’s Santa Margarita Chapter. Proclamations from the cities of Oceanside and Carlsbad were prominently displayed. Constitution Week was established as Public Law 915 at the request of the National Society DAR and signed into law by President Dwight Eisenhower in 1956.

Centennial Celebration for Woman’s Club of Vista – Sunday, April 17, from 2-5pm, the Woman’s Club of Vista will celebrate their Centennial, at the Shadowridge Golf Club, 1980 Gateway, Vista. The organization, 100 years old, is considered the earliest organized club in Vista, preceding the chamber of commerce and the newspaper. Every year the club donates monies to other non-profits and scholarships are given to high schools and colleges. Tickets will include wine, hors d’oeuvres, dessert, live music, toffee and olive oil tastings, raffle, and the outstanding auction item – a Vista Fire Dept Firehouse Dinner for 8. The Dollars for Scholars event will award two scholarships and the speaker will be San Diego Magazine 015 Woman of the Year, Dr. Karen S. Haynes, President, California State University San Marcos. Cost is $45/person, $80/couple. For more info, visit wcvista100@gmail.com or call 760.470.3568.

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‘Satchmo!’ Cont. from Page 3

and she prodded him into wearing more stylish attire to make him look sharp and to better offset his growing girth. Lil's influence eventually undermined Armstrong's relationship with his mentor, especially concerning his salary and additional moneys that Oliver held back from Armstrong and other band members. Armstrong and Oliver parted amicably in 1924. Shortly afterward, Armstrong received an invitation to go to New York City to play with the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra, the top AfricanAmerican band of the time. Armstrong switched to the trumpet to blend in better with the other musicians in his section. His influence upon Henderson's tenor sax soloist, Coleman Hawkins, can be judged by listening to the records made by the band during this period. Armstrong quickly adapted to the more tightly controlled style of Henderson, playing trumpet and even experimenting with the trombone. The other members quickly took up Armstrong's emotional, expressive pulse. Soon his act included singing and telling tales of New Orleans characters, especially preachers. The Henderson Orchestra was playing in prominent venues for whiteonly patrons, including the famed Roseland Ballroom, featuring the arrangements of Don Redman. Duke Ellington's orchestra would go to Roseland to catch Armstrong's performances and young horn men around town

Obituary

RUBEN "BUD" NEUHARTH was born June 7, 1918, in Lodi, California, to Karl and Rosina Ackerman Neuharth and died December 31, 2015, at The Lakes senior community in Banning, California.

Ruben, also known as "MAJ" at the Army Navy Academy in Carlsbad was a member of its first graduating class in 1937. He became a successful Chamber of Commerce Executive in the 1940's till the 1970's when he and his wife Nancy joined Glenn Coon's A B C's of Prayer Crusade and traveled throughout the country as volunteers for the next thirty years teaching listeners how to claim God's promises. While established in Chamber of Commerce work, the Neuharth family lived in National City, Inglewood, and Escondido where Ruben was also a faithful member and Elder in the Seventh-day Adventist Churches of

tried in vain to outplay him, splitting their lips in their attempts.

Armstrong returned to Chicago in 1925 due mostly to the urging of his wife, who wanted to pump up Armstrong's career and income. He was content in New York but later would concede that she was right and that the Henderson Orchestra was limiting his artistic growth. In publicity, much to his chagrin, she billed him as "the World's Greatest Trumpet Player."

He began to scat sing (improvised vocal jazz using nonsensical words) and was among the first to record it, on the Hot Five recording "Heebie Jeebies" in 1926. The recording was so popular that the group became the most famous jazz band in the United States, even though they had not performed live to any great extent. Young musicians across the country, black or white, were turned on by Armstrong's new type of jazz.

After separating from Lil, Armstrong started to play at the Sunset Café for Al Capone's associate Joe Glaser in the Carroll Dickerson Orchestra, with Earl Hines on piano, which was soon renamed Louis Armstrong and his Stompers, though Hines was the music director and Glaser managed the orchestra. Hines and Armstrong became fast friends and successful collaborators. Armstrong returned to New York, in 1929, where he played in the pit orchestra of the successful musical Hot Chocolate, an allblack revue written by Andy Razaf and pianist/composer Fats

Inglewood, Escondido, and San Marcos along with managing the Prayer Crusade with the Coon family.

Ruben is survived by three children and their spouses, Gary & Betty/Elizabeth Neuharth of Redlands, Dennis & Claire Neuharth of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Don & Nancy Neuharth Troyer of Banning, CA. Ruben was preceded in death by son Steven Ruben Neuharth and daughter-in-law Sharilyn (Taylor) Neuharth in 1975 and wife Nancy (Hutchinson) Neuharth in 2010. Ruben and Nancy were married for 74 years. He leaves seven grandchildren, Ray Neuharth, Michele Neuharth Vick, Daniele Neuharth Binder, Rosie Neuharth, Garyadam Neuharth, Stephanie Troyer, and great granddaughter Tiffany Sharon. In his spare time, Ruben blessed his children by publishing two Pacific Press books, Steven Neuharth's "Don't Look Down" by Richard Utt and Nancy Neuharth Troyer's "The Other Side of the Boat" edited by Robert O. Vincent. His last words to his children and all his many friends were a soft but fervent, "Thank you!" It is our prayer that our father Ruben may rest securely in the Everlasting Arms till Jesus comes again!

Waller. He also made a cameo appearance as a vocalist, regularly stealing the show with his rendition of "Ain't Misbehavin," his version of the song becoming his biggest selling record to date.

In the 1930s Armstrong started to work at Connie's Inn in Harlem, chief rival to the Cotton Club, a venue for elaborately staged floor shows, and a front for gangster Dutch Schultz. Armstrong also had considerable success with vocal recordings, including versions of famous songs composed by his old friend Hoagy Carmichael. His 1930s recordings took full advantage of the new RCA ribbon microphone, introduced in 1931, which imparted a characteristic warmth to vocals and immediately became an intrinsic part of the 'crooning' sound of artists like Bing Crosby. Armstrong's famous interpretation of Carmichael's "Stardust" became one of the most successful versions of this song ever recorded, showcasing Armstrong's unique vocal sound and style and his innovative approach to singing songs that had already become standards. Armstrong's radical re-working of Sidney Arodin and Carmichael's "Lazy River" (recorded in 1931) encapsulated many features of his groundbreaking approach to melody and phrasing. In the first verse, he ignores the notated melody entirely and sings as if playing a trumpet solo, pitching most of the first line on a single note and using strongly syncopated phrasing. In the second stanza he breaks into an almost fully improvised melody, which then

Funeral Services: Monday, January 11, 2016, at 1:00 PM, Ruben Neuharth's Funeral and Committal Service will be held at Montecito Memorial Park Valley View Chapel. Friends may also greet the family at a Memorial Gathering in Montecito Memorial Park Laurelwood viewing room, Sunday, January 10, between 2:00 and 6:00 PM. Montecito Memorial Park is located at 3520 East Washington Street, Colton, just west of Loma Linda, California. Friends are encouraged to leave a tribute to Ruben Neuharth on his Legacy page at

evolves into a classic passage of Armstrong "scat singing".

After spending many years on the road, Armstrong settled permanently in Queens, New York in 1943 in contentment with his fourth wife, Lucille.

With the publishers' permission, Armstrong recorded the first American version of "C'est si bon" on June 26, 1950, in New York, with English lyrics by Jerry Seelen. When it was released, the disc garnered worldwide sales. In 1964, he recorded his biggest-selling record, "Hello, Dolly!", a song by Jerry Herman, originally sung by Carol Channing. Armstrong's version remained on the Hot 100 for 22 weeks, longer than any other record produced that year, and went to No. 1 making him, at 62 years, 9 months and 5 days, the oldest person ever to accomplish that feat. In the process, he dislodged the Beatles from the No. 1 position they had occupied for 14 consecutive weeks with three different songs. Armstrong kept up his busy tour schedule until a few years before his death in 1971.

Renowned for his charismatic stage presence and voice almost as much as for his trumpet-playing, Armstrong's influence extends well beyond jazz music, and by the end of his career in the 1960s, he was widely regarded as a profound influence on popular music in general. Armstrong was one of the first truly popular

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A Weekly Memo from the Councilmembers of Your Community published in the belief that it is important for elected leaders to communicate with their constituents and that constituents have a means of hearing from their elected leaders. Olga Diaz

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‘Satchmo!’ Cont. from Page 9

African-American entertainers to "cross over," whose skin color was secondary to his music in an America that was extremely racially divided. He rarely publicly politicized his race, often to the dismay of fellow AfricanAmericans, but took a well-publicized stand for desegregation during the Little Rock Crisis. His artistry and personality allowed him socially acceptable access to the upper echelons of American society which were highly restricted for black men of his era.

During his musical career he was associated with many other greats, Ella Fitzgerald, Kid Ory, Joe “King” Oliver, Jack Teagarden, almost all of the top

Ethics in Politics

As an elected official (Escondido City Council) and state appointed commissioner (California Coastal Commission). I find myself continually required by these agencies to participate in ethics training courses. This is a good thing for all the right reasons. At the core of the requirement to complete these trainings is a simple concept – public servants are required to serve the public’s interest, not private or names in music.

Armstrong often stated that he was born on July 4, 1900, a date that has been noted in many biographies. Although he died in 1971, it was not until the mid-1980s that his true birth date of August 4, 1901 was discovered by researcher Tad Jones through the examination of baptismal records.

Against his doctor's advice, Armstrong played a two-week engagement in March 1971 at the Waldorf-Astoria's Empire Room, at the end of which he was hospitalized for a heart attack. He was released from the hospital in May, and died of a heart attack in his sleep on July 6, 1971, a month before his 70th birthday. He was residing in Corona, Queens, New York City, at the time of his

political interests.

positions on issues that come before the City are often considered out of sync with the political philosophy of my peers. The amount of information I consume requires hours of study and careful consideration. If you attend or view a meeting, you will notice my commitment to making sure information is accurate and understood by all participants.

Personally, I enjoy the subject and often find valuable examples that apply to situations I’ve witnessed. Being accountable to the public about financial resources and fair decision making is a job requirement. I take my role with these agencies seriously and I consider the long term best outcome Maintaining high ethical standards of each vote. requires that I do the right thing even at a personal cost – like losing In Escondido specifically, my an important election. death. He was interred in Flushing Cemetery, Flushing, in Queens, New York City. His honorary pallbearers included Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Pearl Bailey, Count Basie, Harry James, Frank Sinatra, Ed Sullivan, Earl Wilson, Alan King, Johnny Carson and David Frost. Peggy Lee sang The Lord's Prayer at the services while Al Hibbler sang "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen" and Fred Robbins, a long-time friend, gave the eulogy.

Sources

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The Pastor Says . . .

with a challenge to grow and duplicate them in gardening. The thought is exciting and stimulates me to getting into the garden and laying out the planting scheme. It is something to look forward to.

Blizzard needs a home where he can settle in. His new family will need to provide the mental and physical stimulation he needs to become a happy adult dog. He will be a great companion. Blizzard was transferred to Rancho Coastal Humane Society through the FOCAS program.

The $145 adoption fee for Blizzard includes medical exam, vaccinations, neuter and microchip. For more information call 760-7536413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org.

Angus, a 1-year-old Rat Terrier/Chihuahua mix, is looking for a new best friend. Don’t be fooled by his small frame – this little guy has a huge personality just bursting with love to share with his new family. He is quite shy and will need a person with a lot of patience to build his confidence. Once he feels safe and secure, Angus is an awesome companion. He is friendly with other dogs and would enjoy a home with another confident dog to show him the ropes. He also loves playing chase and tug, going for walks, and curling up on your lap for naps. Angus is looking for an adult only home with lots of love and patience where he can share his love, laughs and loyalty in return.

Angus is available for adoption at San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus at 3450 E. Valley Parkway.

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Pastor Richard Huls (Retired) Love January

January is a month to be loved. At least, I love the month. It is named after Janus, the Roman god of doors. The door opens to look backward and forward. One can see the past and look forward to the future.

It is the month to put all the Christmas decorations and tree away – a clean sweep. One can evaluate the gifts received, send thank you cards, find ways to pay off the credit card Christmas charges, and begin planning for the new year. I especially enjoy the month, because of all the seed catalogues filled with pictures of perfect vegetables and fruits

It also is a good month to evaluate one’s life, the past year of unfulfilled resolutions, and set some new realistic goals – lose some weight, get more exercise, change the diet, try some new foods, spend less time in front of the TV, read a good book (even the Bible), make new friends, and shed some unproductive practices of last year. We can even enter the future with speculation and curiosity with such questions as: Who will be our next President? What new technology will we have? Will the rains come? Is global warming real? Will there be peace in the Middle East? Is this the year of the return of Jesus the Christ? Who of our friends and relatives will die – will we? And will we win the lottery?

It is a great month to be alive, even with all of its unknowns. However, there is one “known” -, the faithfulness of God’s steadfast love for all who will receive it.


The Paper

• Page 11 • January 07, 2016

A Weekly Message from the Mayor of Your Community published in the belief that it is important for elected leaders to communicate with their constituents and that constituents have a means of hearing from their elected leaders.

San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond

ENGAGE San Marcos—stay connected in 2016

On behalf of the City Council and myself, I wish you and your family a happy, healthy and successful 2016.

ABC News Anchor Hugh Downs used to close his 20/20 news program by saying, “We’re in touch, so you be in touch.” That phrase reminds me of my commitment to keep our residents informed. We’re in touch with the latest City happenings, so we can keep you in the news loop. To do this, the City will kick off 2016 with a new communications campaign entitled “ENGAGE San Marcos” designed to increase communication and improve interaction with residents. It centers around two new digital advances – a newly designed website and the addition of an Instagram account to the City’s social

media lineup. Both are slated to launch in February 2016.

The new website, www.san-marcos.net, was crafted after a tremendous amount of research and surveys to help learn which features were most frequently accessed and what the site was lacking. The new site puts the most popular items right up front, making it easier than ever to navigate the site. One of the best ways to get the latest city news is to go to the city website and sign up for “E-Alerts.” When signing up, you can choose to get emergency-related notifications, traffic alerts, news briefs and other City information emailed directly to you in real time. To learn more about ENGAGE San Marcos, visit www.sanmarcos.net/ENGAGE

Escondido • Mayor Sam Abed

Mayor Sam Abed does not wish to write a weekly column to communicate with his Escondido Constituents via The Paper and its “A Letter from the Mayor” series

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sides, his name quickly became a byword in United States for treason or betrayal. His conflicting legacy is recalled in the ambiguous nature of some of the memorials that have been placed in his honor.

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Participants should register before Tuesday, January 19 for these two classes. (5) Or try Intermediate Yoga, only pay if you sign up for the full session on Monday, January 25th, from 3-4:15pm. Practice basic postures and breath work. Class not suitable for beginners. Little to no food suggested within two hours of practice. Bring a mat and small towel; wear clothing that allows movement. Registration deadline for this class is January 22nd. (6) A free six-week workshop, “Healthier Living with Chronic Conditions” starting Friday, January 22, from 12:30-3pm. Developed by Stanford University, this evidence-based program identifies measures one can take to effectively manage chronic health conditions such as heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, and anxiety, among others. The class also focuses on support, sharing and skill development to help attendees learn to take control of their health. (7) Free, “Photoshop—Head Swapping and Other Tricks” workshop on Wednesday, January 27, from 1011:15am. Using the latest version of Photoshop Elements, Mike McMahon will demonstrate how to create a perfect group portrait by swapping heads using Photoshop’s layers and some automated tools. Also, he will demonstrate creating a narrow depth-of-field effect. This class will be helpful for users of both Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. Bring note-taking material. (8) Free lecture, “Active Versus Passive Investing in Retirement,” Wednesday, January 27, from 12:30pm. Presenter, Richard Loth, will look at the use of index and managed mutual funds for those in retirement years, suggesting a one-size fits all fund may not be the best strategy. Bring note-taking material. Space is limited. (9) Free presentation, “Life

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Vista Welcomes New Fire Chief

The City of Vista welcomes Jeff Hahn as the Fire Department’s newest Chief. Chief Hahn took over the reins after Chief Minnick retired with 34 years of service. Jeff Hahn has served as one of two Deputy Chiefs since 2012 and has 30 years of experience in our City’s Fire Department.

We are looking forward to Chief Hahn continuing the Fire Department’s efforts in building a strong and safe community for our Vista residents. The Vista Fire Department also covers the rural fire district and last year the department responded to over

12,000 calls for service. One noteworthy mention is that in 2010, the Vista Fire Department received its first accreditation with the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI). This was for meeting criteria established through the CFAI voluntary self-assessment and accreditation program. This prestigious accreditation is recognized as a worldwide measure of excellence in the fire service. Our Vista Fire Department is one of only 148 agencies worldwide to have received this designation and is the only accredited city fire department in San Diego County and is one of only 17 across the state.

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood

I Love Oceanside Valentine Photo and shops in our beautiful Now is the Harbor, then make your way to time to show the pier, where a walk to the end your love for will give you the opportunity to Oceanside! Be reward yourself with a delicious a part of history by joining the milk shake at Ruby’s Diner. As Recreation Valentine’s Day draws near, we and Parks Department in a group heart have all the amenities for those photo on January 9th at 10:30 am. wanting to celebrate! There will Wear a red shirt, bring your be restaurant specials, hotel family and friends, and meet us at specials and even an Oceanside the Oceanside Harbor Helo Pad. This asphalt traffic circle is Valentine’s Day 5k walk/run and located at the end of the Harbor bike ride on Sunday, February where RVs park. A drone will be 14th. taking aerial photos as 200+ people form the shape of a heart. For more information on these One prize photo will be used to and other Parks and Recreation promote Valentine’s week in events, please call 760-435visit Oceanside. After the photo, take 5041.or advantage of the sights, sounds www.oceansiderec.com.

begins at 70,” on Thursday, January 28, from 10-11:30am. Author and Senior Olympian, Alan Mindell, discusses the benefits of fulfilling lifelong dreams, uncovering hidden talents and finding new, enriching activities in one’s senior years. All classes/events at the Senior Center are for adults ages 50 and over. The Carlsbad Senior Center is located at 799 Pine Ave., Carlsbad. For more information on these and other seminars, classes and events, visit www.carlsbadca.gov/parksandrec and click the “Adults 50+” button or call 760-602-4650.

Helping Foster Kids – Are you aware that 36% of former foster youth become homeless within 18 months of emancipation? “The biggest challenges for former foster youth? Depression and suicide,” said Luis, a young man, a LifeSpring client from Lifeline. Many people had the opportunity to hear Luis speak this past October at Lifeline’s annual meeting. You know that he is talented, inspiring and driven. If you were honored to hear Luis tell his story you know that there are many families working with Lifeline right now, telling their own stories.

Lifeline is asking the community to support Luis and the thousands of people working with lifeline – overcoming the odds and becoming successful. Your donation to North County Lifeline gives North County San Diego’s youth and families the tools they need to solve their problems and become self-reliant. In Luis’ case he needed a home and consistent, caring support, or, as he recently put it, “familiar faces that stick around.” Will you make a taxdeductible donation today? Your donation today supports kids and families tomorrow. . . and all year long, like Luis and the thousands of clients who turn to Lifeline for help every year. North County Lifeline, 3142 Vista Way, Suite 400, Oceanside, CA 92056. Centennial Celebration for Woman’s Club of Vista – Sunday, April 17, from 2-5pm, the Woman’s Club of Vista will celebrate their Centennial, at the Shadowridge Golf Club, 1980 Gateway, Vista. The organization, 100 years old, is considered the earliest organized club in

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Festivus for All of Us

In the long running sitcom “Seinfeld,” George Costanza’s ill tempered, cantankerous father, Frank, invented “Festivus” (for the restuvus) as an alternative to the Christmas/Chanukah holiday season. “Festivus” centered on the “Festivus Dinner” with family and friends. According to Frank Costanza, “you gather your friends and family around, and tell them all the ways they’ve disappointed you over the past year.” As Frank glared angrily at the assembled friends and family around the “Festivus Dinner” table he shouted, “I got a lot of problems with you people! And now you're gonna hear about it.” 2015 is gone and looking

Obituary

Mark Jude Perkins 1957-2015

back we thought we’d take a cue from Frank Costanza and tell our customers “all the ways you’ve disappointed us over the past year.” Now the truth is that our customers don’t really disappoint us when they “screw up.” As a matter of fact, like other service businesses, in part we make a living fixing our customers “screw ups.” But that doesn’t keep us from feeling bad for our customers when they have to spend money fixing problems they could have avoided. So here are some of the common things that folks do or don’t do that cause problems and cost money.

1. Keep an up to date back-up copy of important files. Finding and restoring files that exist only on your sick PC can be costly. 2. Make sure that your back-up system really works. Whether you use The Cloud, a back-up drive, a flash drive or a DVD/CD, don’t assume, check it out. 3. Don’t download Internet “speed up and fix-it” utilities from the WWW unless you know what you are doing. Most eventually do more harm than good and nearly all Internet “warnings” that your PC has a problem are scams. 4. Don’t accept “update” solicitations (Java, Adobe etc). Load updates only from trusted sites. Unsolicited Championship Football Team that played in Charger Stadium. He was also a Champion Heavyweight Wrestler. In addition, he was a California Horseshoe Champion. He was an award winning potter and Surfer.

Mark was a Journeyman Plumber. He loved to fish on the Oceanside Pier. He enjoyed playing his harmonica.

Mark went home to Our Lord on Dec 27, 2015. He suffered from early onset of Alzheimer's. He received the Last Rights of his faith and, he will be interred at the San Luis Rey Mission Cemetery.

Mark was born in Yokosuka Naval Hospital, Yokosuka, Japan .July 1, 1957. Mark lived in North County since 1966 and he graduated from Vista High- Class of 1975.

Mark was an outstanding athlete, he played on the CIF

Survived by his mother Janice, Brothers Kevin, Dana, David Perkins of Vista, Timothy Perkins of Oregon, Sister Lyn Perez of Oceanside. Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, Nephews, Nieces, and many good friends. Mark will be remembered by those who knew and loved him.

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updates are often “Trojan Horse” exploits aimed at infecting your PC. 5. Never allow anyone remote access to your PC. 6. Check your anti-virus, anti-spyware and firewall to be sure they are up to date and active at least once a week. 7. If you suspect your PC has been infected or hacked, don’t keep running it, things may only get worse. Have it checked out. 8. Never provide personal information or passwords to any Internet requester. 9. Use good passwords and don’t reuse them. Write your passwords in a notebook.

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10. Don’t leave your PC running 24/7. Turning it off when not in use saves wear on components and money on your energy bill. You PC will run better after a reboot.

These are a few things that will help you stay out of our shop and keep your expense at a minimum if you do need to bring in your notebook or desktop. The first week in January we will be covering the CES in Las Vegas, the World’s biggest consumer electronics show. We’ll be talking about all the latest and greatest next week.

President Theodore Roosevelt

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A man who was found with injuries to his face and head died on New Year’s Day, and Oceanside police are investigating his death. Officers were called about a man injured in the street on South Coast Highway near Eaton Street about 8:40 p.m. Once there, they found a victim who was about 40 years old. He was taken to a hospital, but died shortly after arriving, police said. Subscribe to The Paper!

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'In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin.

But this is predicated upon the person's becoming in every facet an American and nothing but an American ... There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag ... We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language ... and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.'


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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031727 The name of the business: Rainbow Decoration Painting, located at 1370 Calle Jules, Apt 106B, Vista, CA. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Enio Raul Villafana Benitez 1370 Calle Jules, Apt 106B Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 12/11/15. /s/Enio Raul Villafana Benitez This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/11/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/15 and 01/7/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031441 The name of the business: Escondido Flower Shop, located at 619 W. 9th Avenue Unit N, Escondido, Ca. 92025. This business is hereby registered by the following: Javier Hernandez Lopez 1714 Countryside Drive Vista, CA. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Javier Hernandez Lopez This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/08/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031742 The name of the business: Pristine Services by Cordova, located at 6150 Paseo Picador, Carlsbad, Ca. 92009. This business is hereby registered by the following: Jose Duran 6150 Paseo Picador Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. Jose Duran This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/11/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07 and 01/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031825 The name of the business: Optimal Health, located at 186 Terrace Dr., #J, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Nicolas Garcia 186 Terrace Dr. #J Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 11/30/15. Nicolas Garcia This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/14/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032135 The name of the business: MC Financial, located at 703 Karena Ct., Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is hereby registered by the following: Marco Cardoso 703 Karena Ct. Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 11/04/15. /s/Mario Cardoso This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/16/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07 and 01/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031937 The name of the business: Health Stone Glass, located at 6361 Yarrow Dr. #B, Carlsbad, CA. 92011. This business is hereby registered by the following: Chad Soren 14315 Calle De Vista Rd. Valley Center, CA. 92082 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 4/25/10. /s/Chad Soren This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/15/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030926 The name of the business: Kaiah’s Gift, located at 10263 Rayford Drive, Escondido, Ca. 92026, This business is hereby registered by the following: Benny Charles 10263 Rayford Drive Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Benny Charles This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/01/2015. 12/31/2015, 01/07, 01/14 & 1/21/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031656 The name of the business: Medco Medical Management, located at 1309 Shadow Hills Court, San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Philip Hadley 1309 Shadow Hills Court San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Philip Hadley This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/10/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031233 The name of the business: GCAC Financial, located at 250 S. Orange Ave., Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is hereby registered by the following: SGARS Consulting 738 Marsopa Dr. Vista. Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Garland Worthington, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/04/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030827 The name of the business: Oscar’s Mexican Food Restaurant, located at 225 S. Rancho Santa Fe, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Oscar Castro, 556 Starstone Pl. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 01/01/1994. /s/Oscar Castro This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/01/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-030237 The name of the business: CWC Computing, CWC Digital Imagery, located at 2168 Country Place, Escondido, CA. 92026. This business is hereby registered by the following: Charles W. Cleveland 2168 Country Place Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Charles W. Cleveland This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 11/20/2015. 12/17, 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07/2015 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031995 The name of the business: Wholistic Recovery International, located at 3540 Dove Hollow Rd.,Encinitas, Ca. 92024. This business is hereby registered by the following: La Jeanne Andrade 4025 Calle Mayo San Clemente, CA. 92673 Paul Waroff 3540 Dove Hollow Rd. Encinitas, Ca. 92024 This business is conducted by CoPartners. The first day of business was n/a. /s/La Jeanne Andrade This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/15/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-031516 The name of the business: Lake San Marcos Realty, Agnew’s Residential and Investment Real Estate, located at 1531 San Pablo Dr., San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Avery Postal Group, Inc. 1531 San Pablo Dr. San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted as a corporation. The first day of business was 12/13/10. /s/James R. Agnew, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/09/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032358 The name of the business: LBP Partnerhip, located at 1570 Linda Vista Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Diversified Engineering, a California corporation 1570 Linda Vista Drive San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Partnership. The first day of business was 3/01/89. /s/Elaine M. Regan, Secretary of Diversified Engineering, GP of LPB Partnership, LP. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/17/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032357 The name of the business: Rancheros Commercial Park, located at 1570 Linda Vista Drive, San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is hereby registered by the following: LBP Partnership, LP, a California limited partnership 1570 Linda Vista Drive San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Partnership. The first day of business was 3/06/89. /s/Elaine M. Regan, Secretary of Diversified Engineering, GP of LPB Partnership, LP. This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/17/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016

• Page 15 • January 07, 2016

CITY OF SAN MARCOS NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS PROJECT NAME:

San Marcos Fire Department Master Plan NOTICE is hereby given that the City of San Marcos, hereinafter referred to as Agency, invites qualified firms (Consultant) to submit a fee proposal to perform the requested services and prepare the requested documents for the stated Project and will receive such in the offices of Fire Department, at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, California 92069-2918, up to the hour of 10:00 a.m., on February 1, 2016. Proposals received after the hour and date will not be accepted and shall be returned unopened. [NOTE: Electronic and facsimile submittals will not be accepted.]

DESCRIPTION OF WORK The San Marcos Fire Department (SMFD) is accepting proposals from qualified firms to produce a complete Standards of Coverage Assessment, a Management/Administrative Assessment, and a Strategic Plan for the San Marcos Fire Department consistent with guidelines laid out by the Center for Public Safety Excellence. The intent of the SMFD is to hire a qualified consultant that can offer the highest quality service at the lowest overall cost to the City. The Standards of Coverage a s s e s s m e n t , Management/Administrative assessment, and Strategic Plan are evaluations and analyses of the SMFD and its operations and administrative workflows. They are intended to achieve sustainability and prepare for future needs based on nationally recognized guidelines and best practices, federal and state mandates, and pertinent local and regional operating procedures. GENERAL All clarifications of the RFP and Contract Documents by the Agency will be made by written addendum and will be posted on www.CIPList.com no later than three (3) calendar days prior to the proposal due date. Failure of any Consultant to receive any addenda shall not relieve such Consultant from any obligations imposed by such addenda. All addenda so issued shall become part of the RFP and Contract Documents. Failure to cover in its proposal any such addenda issued may render his bid informal and result in its rejection. Prospective proposers are encouraged to review the official version of all documents. For a complete set of proposal documents, all interested parties are directed to www.ciplist.com. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the San Marcos City Charter and the San Marcos Municipal Code, payment of prevailing wages and compliance with the California Labor Code Sections 1770 et. seq. IS NOT required for this project. The City is not responsible for costs associated with the preparation of the proposals; there is no express or implied obligation for the City to reimburse Consultant for any expenses incurred in preparing or submitting a proposal. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals. s/s Brett Van Wey, Fire Chief Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos Dp January 7, 2016 and January 14, 2016

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (Planning Commission)

The Planning Commission of the City of San Marcos will hold the following public hearing in the City Council Chambers, 1 Civic Center Drive at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 19, 2016. Case No: P15-0029: CUP 15003 Applicant: Venture Point Development Request: Conditional Use Permit renewal to allow for the continued indoor/outdoor entertainment activities and special events within an existing commercial center (Restaurant Row) in the MixedUse 1 (MU-1) zone in the Business & Industrial District. Location of Property: 10201080 W. San Marcos Blvd., (Restaurant Row Center), more particularly described as: Parcels 1, 2, 3 & 4 of Parcel Map No. 17325 in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California, recorded in the office of the County Recorder on February 28, 1994 as file no. 19940133864 of official records. Assessor’s Parcel No.: 219200-30, 31, 45 & 46. Case No: P15-0031: TA 15001, CUP 15-007, ND 15-008 Applicant: North County Shooting Center Request: To amend the text of Title 20 (Zoning Ordinance) of the San Marcos Municipal Code (SMMC) to add firearm shooting ranges (indoor) as a conditionally permitted use in the Industrial (I) zone in SMMC 20.230; insert a parking requirement for firearm shooting ranges (indoor) in SMMC 20.340; establish operational and development standards for firearm shooting ranges (indoor) in SMMC 20.400 (Specific Use Standards); and insert definitions for “firearm,” “firearm shooting range (indoor),” and “firing line” in SMMC 20.600 (“F” Definitions). In concurrence with the text amendment, the applicant is requesting approval of a Conditional Use Permit, as well as adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration (the environmental review document), to allow for the construction and operation of a 15,312 square foot indoor firearm shooting range and firearm retail store on a 36,338 square foot property located on the north side of Descanso Avenue approximately 847 feet northwest of Las Posas Road in the Industrial (I) zone. Location of Property: The proposed Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment (TA 15-001) will include all Industrial (I) zone properties within the City’s jurisdictional limits. The proposed indoor firearm shooting range (CUP 15-007) will be located on the north side of Descanso Avenue, approximately 847 feet northwest of Las Posas Road in the Industrial (I) Zone, more particularly described as: Parcel C of Parcel Map No. 21219, in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California, according to map thereof, filed in the office of the County Recorder of San Diego County on February 10, 2015. Assessor’s Parcel No.: 219122-37-00. If you challenge the action(s) listed in this notice (or any of them) in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the hearing body at, or prior to, the public hearing. The City of San Marcos is committed to making its programs, services and activities accessi-

ble to individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation to participate in this public hearing or any other City program, service or activity, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069, or call (760) 744-1050. Appeal rights are available. Contact the Planning Division at Extension 3233. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 1/7/16. ` FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-033095 The name of the business: Metric Motorz, located at 1464 Los Amigos, Fallbrook, ‘CA. 92028, This business is hereby registered by the following: Ryan Shapiro 1464 Los Amigos Fallbrook, ‘Ca. 92028 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 8/12/10. /s/Ryan Shapiro This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 01/07, 01/14, 01/21 & 01/28/2016.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2015-00043275-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Hellai Michelle Gutschmidt filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Hellai Michelle Gutschmidt to Proposed name Michelle Hellai Azimi. THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objections that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: February 23, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated 12/30/2015. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 01/07, 01/14, 01/21 & 01/28/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032800 The name of the business: San Elijo Neurofeedback and Psychological Services, located at 1240 San Elijo Road North, San Marcos, Ca. 92078, This business is hereby registered by the following: Charmaine G. Lowe 1240 San Elijo Road North San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Charmaine G. Lowe This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/24/2015. 12/31/2015, 01/07, 01/14 & 01/21/2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032988 The name of the business: K & K Consructions, located at 1377 Via Christina, Vista, CA. 92084, This business is hereby registered by the following: Angelo and Claire Vittese 1377 Via Christina Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. The first day of business was 2/28/03. /s/Claire Vittese This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/292015. 12/31/2015, 01/07, 01/14 & 01/21/2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2015-032396 The name of the business: levelready, located at 512 W. California Ave., Unit 108, Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is hereby registered by the following: Dennis G. Church 2063 Lundy Lake Dr. Escondido, Ca. 92029 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Dennis G. Church This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 12/18/2015. 12/24/, 12/31/2015 & 01/07, 1/14/2016

Bahai A Way of Life

Baha’is have been described as a kind, gentle people. Would you like to know more? Call anyone listed here from your city/neighborhood.

www.bahai.org Baha’is Believe:

• all humanity was creat-

ed by one God and is part of one human race

• the purpose of life is to know and worship God,

to acquire virtues, to promote the oneness of humankind and to carry forward

an

ever-

advancing civilization

• work performed in the

spirit of service is a form of worship

• the soul, created at the

moment of conception, is destined by God to reach

the

afterlife,

where it will continue to

progress until it attains the presence of God.

Be a guest of Bahai’s! Learn more about what we believe. Visit one of our meetings. Call a Baha’i in your city for more information!

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The Doctor is In!

Tooth Preservation or Implant Placement

Long term tooth versus implant survival rates

Technological advances in the development of implants to replace "hopeless" or missing teeth along with a high predictability of survival rates has lead to the increasing popularity and clinical success of implants. This could result in the extraction of a person's natural teeth, that are salvageable, on the convenience rather than as a result of a comparative analysis between the survival of a natural tooth and its implant counterpart. Faced with the option of restoring a natural tooth versus extracting it and placing a dental implant, the doctor should take the following as well as others into consideration:

1. Is the tooth or area restorable? 2. Will it be strong? 3. What is the long term prognosis of the tooth vs. implant? 4. Compliance of the individual for maintaining the tooth or implant? 5. Does patient have systemic condition ie. diabetes, heart conditions, periodontal conditions. Also, smoking status. 6. Past experiences with patients tooth loss? 7. Long term survival of individual?

These are just a few factors affecting the patient. Financially, the patient should consider the cost of implants as well. They may not make a lot of difference with a single tooth, but if multiple sites are proposed, the cost factor can go up tremendously. If the tooth is restored in many cases, it can have a survivability that may equal, or even outlast the prognosis of an implant. Implants require good bone to survive, and if the bone is not adequate, additional bone must be provided to the site including bone grafts and/or sinus lifts, etc. This may also add to both the expense and time required to place an implant. After an implant fails, the next step is placing another implant.

Escondido, CA—In a 2002 issue of Neurosurgical Focus, a peerreviewed article was published by a Dr. Michael D. Martin, MD et al. in which the third sentence states: “The disc itself is active tissue that contains significant mechanisms for self-repair.” That article was published by a neurosurgeon and written directly for neurosurgeons.

“The Disc Itself Is Active Tissue...”

So what does that really mean to us? It tells us that the disc itself does have a God-given ability to heal and repair if provided the proper mechanisms for self-healing. There is a specific mechanism inherent in each of the spinal discs called the “pump mechanism of disc nutri-tion” (see Fig 1). When this mechanism is not working properly, the spinal discs will begin to die causing bulges, herniations, and eventually spinal stenosis.

The spinal disc is one of the very few tissues in the body that does not have a direct blood supply for circulation. The only way that the disc gets the circulation of water, oxygen and nutrients for self-repair is via this specific disc pump mechanism. What happens when you decrease cir-culation in any type of tissue, whether it be animal tissue, plant tissue or human tissue? Exactly, it begins to become weak and begins to degenerate.

Symptoms Are NOT The Problem

Now the symptoms of pain, numbness,

Researchers report significantly lower success rates for reimplantation than for the original implant. With a tooth that started in the mouth by nature, if it is restorable, it frequently will last a long time without the amount of bone required by an implant.

There are many things to consider in deciding whether to place an implant versus restoring the tooth. As doctors we have patients come in every day with the idea of removing a tooth and placing an implant. On the other hand, we, as practitioners, have to resist the impulse to automatically go with the patient's wishes look-

Let’s take a look at a plant for example...if the leaves on a plant begin to turn brown, would you say that the

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brown leaves are the plant’s problem? Of course not, the leaves turning brown is just a condition that is telling you that there is something wrong with the plant. The plant is unhealthy and needs water and nutrients. You could spray paint the leaves green but it just covers up the condition. The underlying problem still exists and will continue to produce brown leaves until you fix the actual problem. and tingling that most experience with bulging, herniated or degenerative discs are NOT the problem. The definition of a symptom: “something that indicates the existence of something else.” It is just like the dashboard of your car telling you that something is wrong (brake lights out, engine needs checked, overheating, etc.) Those lights that appear in your car dash are NOT the problem. You can remove the lights surgically or put a piece of duct tape over the lights but the problem will NOT be fixed...the problem is still present.

ing more thoroughly at the overall results. If the bone is adequate and the natural tooth cannot be restored then the implant is chosen. However, in many cases, the patient is not adequately informed as to the survivability of the proposed implant and it is our responsibility to inform them of situations where the natural tooth may be the better choice in the long term.

extent of your disc damage for only $70. This examination will consist of a detailed neurological evaluation, extensive orthopedic testing, and a detailed analysis of the findings of your evaluation. He will sit down with you and go over your condition with you in complete detail. You will know exactly what is causing all your pain (or other symptoms).

In your spine, when the pump mechanism of disc nutrition fails, the disc will begin to de-generate and become weak. This weakness in the disc is what produces the bulging, herniated, and degenerative discs.

The treatment that is provided at Dr. Heilman’s Spine and Neuropathy Care Center in Escondido is revolutionary and is specifically designed to artificially re-create the pump mechanism in the discs which allows the spinal discs to heal and repair. The best part of the treatment is that it uses no drugs, no injections, and no surgery. Plus it’s painless and many patients relax and fall asleep while undergoing the treatment. The amount of treatment needed to allow the discs to heal and repair varies from person to person and can only be determined after a detailed neurological and orthopedic evaluation. We do NOT accept everyone for treatment and will let you know if we can accept your case for treatment. Dr. Stephen Heilman, DC at the Spine and Neuropathy Care Center in Escondido, CA will do a spinal disc severity examination to determine the

Dr. Stephen Heilman, DC

Dr. Heilman will be offering this spinal disc severity examination from now until Thursday, January 21, 2016.

Call 760-480-4480 to make an appointment to determine if your spinal discs can be treated.

NOTE: Dr. Heilman’s Spine and Neuropathy Care Center is located at 700 W. El Norte Pkwy in Escondido immediately East of Interstate 15 at the intersection of Seven Oaks.

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