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January 18, 2018

Volume 48 - No. 3

By Frederick Gomez

The greatest minds of science and invention – were often women. But, how can this be? How could such a gargantuan legacy of pure genius which, purportedly, helped shape the entire landscape of humanity, be missing from our history books? The The Paper Paper -- 760.747.7119 760.747.7119

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That’s a bit of a stretch, isn’t it?

After all, how is it possible that women of such towering genius -whose historic achievements ensured the very advancement of our human species on planet Earth – have been purposely deleted, ignored, and forgotten?

Such a historic cover-up would have been sensationalized and reported by major TV network programming, or perhaps the mighty New York Times, or the ever watchful Washington Post which first broke the Watergate scandal in 1972 (and won a Pulitzer Prize for it in 1973). Incredibly, this has not been the case. Instead of being a steady diet for the media to feast

upon in ‘getting the word out’ to the general public, the scandalous erasing of the names and exploits of these pioneer women of genius from our history books have – at best – gone largely unreported But let’s back the wagon up a bit. What are we talking about here? Are we speaking of minor, insignificant

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scientific contributions from women? Or are we talking about global, revolutionary achievements in the world of science and invention, such as in the creation of the world’s first atomic bombs, for example? And the Himalayan mountain-size allegation that the names of such women of genius were, purposely, erased from our history books?

Such a notion is so staggering and incomprehensible that it becomes intoxicating. Adding any additional claims of wrongdoing against women of science would be too incredible for the human mind to digest; like attempting to accomplish a “greater comeback” than the Biblical Lazarus who reputedly returned from the dead.

We need to stop here and contemplate the weight and gravity of what is being alleged. After all, these are mighty powerful claims. And as famed American astronomer, Carl Sagan, once said: “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Fair enough.

If proven, such an intellectual coverup would be far more than just another fancy song-and-dance conspiracy theory. It would, in fact, be the “Mother of All Lies” within the bastion of world science.

Give Us This Day Our Daily Chuckle This week, a compendium of wit, wisdom and neat stuff you can tell at parties. Enjoy!


Quotes from Phyllis Diller.

Whatever you may look like, marry a man your own age. As your beauty fades, so will his eyesight. Housework can't kill you, but why take a chance?

Cleaning your house while your kids are still growing up is like shoveling the sidewalk before it stops snowing. The reason women don't play football is because 11 of them would never wear the same outfit in public.

Best way to get rid of kitchen odors: Eat out.

I want my children to have all the things I couldn't afford. Then I want to move in with them.

Any time three New Yorkers get into a cab without an argument, a bank has just been robbed. We spend the first twelve months of

So now that your curiosity has been piqued, let’s not get ahead of our storyline. As the old adage has it: “The best place to start is at the beginning.”

REASON FOR SUCH A COVERUP. It will soon be revealed that male egotism, chauvinism, hidden professional jealousy, and overt gender prejudice against women, all were insidious reasons why women of genius and invention are, even to this day, a shamefully lost-and-forgotten legacy in our classrooms, universities, and general text books. Except for the overly naïve the ‘smoking gun’ is readily apparent in the inability for most people to answer this fundamental query: “How many famous women scientists or inventors can you name?” Most cannot name even one. Almost no one can name more than two. Now ask yourself, why is this so? Such an inability to enumerate women inventors should, immediately, have raised a suspicious intellectual red flag. Certainly there have been legions of great women inventors who have given the human race some of the greatest marvels of invention the world has ever seen -- that is beyond fact. So, the question persists – even begs -- to be asked: “Who are these women, and why are they not famous? Why are they not in our school history books?” Only the most dangerously naïve of us would answer: “These women never existed.”

Even today, in 2018, many segments of our male-dominated society still trips over the dangerous assumption that women are, quite simply, just not smart enough to be great scientists or inventors. That wrongful belief-system has a legacy that was born not that long ago in our young history. After all, it wasn’t until the 20th-century that American women were, begrudgingly, first allowed the right to vote their own minds in general elections. Reason it took so long: Women were just not considered intelligent enough. Sound crazy, today?

Well, it may come as a shock that many still believe that women are just not smart enough to know how to vote, think, let alone invent things mechanical! This contemporary view of dumb women persists and is often reflected in our popular jokes today: “What are women going to invent? Fire-proof matches? Vertical ejection seats on helicopters? Perhaps a parachute that opens on impact?” Blond jokes regarding women are so prevalent today as to border on the cliché.

But, when all the dust has settled from male testosterone-fueled jokes, there remains one huge, immovable fact: women inventors and scientists were so great, that men often shrank from their presence and had to massage their male egos by keeping their recognition non-existent.

And so the sad legacy persists today. School children, college students, university graduates, and mainstream

our children's lives teaching them to walk and talk and the next twelve years telling them to sit down and shut up.

on a small charter plane that departs from our equally small airport.

What I don't like about office Christmas parties is looking for a job the next day.

Then she asked, "How much do you weigh, sir?"

Burt Reynolds once asked me out. I was in his room.

My photographs don't do me justice they just look like me.

The reason the golf pro tells you to keep your head down is so you can't see him laughing. You know you're old if they have discontinued your blood type. When It Rains, It Pours

The unusually rainy winter we have had in Phoenix this year reminded me of a joke some of our Seattle, Washington relatives related a few years ago. It seems a lady moved from Phoenix to Seattle and when she arrived it was raining. While she moved in, it rained. The next day it rained... and the next. After several rainy days, while standing on her porch, she noticed a young boy on the porch of her neighbor's house. Trying not to sound too depressed, in a cheerful voice she called over to the lad, "Hi son, I'm your new neighbor." "Hi," the boy called back and waved.

"Say, son, does it ever stop raining here?" she asked. With a look of consternation, the youngster replied, "Lady, how would I know? I'm only six years old!" Plane Reservations

Recently, I called to make reservations

I knew that I would be flying in a very small plane, so I was not surprised when the clerk said, "The plane is very full with baggage and passengers." Not thinking clearly I answered, "With or without clothes?" "Well," said the clerk, "how do you intend to travel?" Laugh or Cry

You, who worry about Democrats versus Republicans --relax, here is our real problem. In a Purdue University classroom recently, they were discussing the qualifications to be President of the United State.

It was pretty simple. The candidate must be a natural born citizen of at least 35 years of age

However, one girl in the class immediately started in on how unfair was the requirement to be a natural born citizen. In short, her opinion was that this requirement prevented many capable individuals from becoming president. The class was taking it in and letting her rant, and not many jaws hit the floor when she wrapped up her argument by stating, "What makes a natural born citizen any more qualified to lead this country than one born by C-section?"

Yep, these are the same kinds of 18year-olds that are now voting in our elections! They breed, and they walk among us... 25 Signs You've Grown Up

America can easily recognize the vanguards of invention: Thomas A. Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Marconi, Tesla, the Wright Brothers, et al. However, poll after poll sadly renders humankind mute when asked to enumerate just one great woman inventor.

To continue to overlook such an inspiring and majestic legacy -which is tragically missing from our seats of learning today -- would be the height of human folly, not to mention the ultimate sin of omission. Yet, sadly, most of the world today, has no idea who these magnificent female geniuses, inventors, and scientists were. Much less, that they ever existed at all. BEGINNING OF THE CONSPIRACY. The whole ‘conspiracy’ against women of genius, and inventors in particular, began long ago in America, in 1776, when the Founding Fathers considered all intellectual property to be solely the domain of men. Under U.S. law, women were not allowed to own a patent for any kind of invention. This law was slightly amended in 1790 with the following guidelines: women could hold patents if they were single (which was rare), or widowed. Once a couple was married, they legally became ‘one person.’ In essence, a married woman became a ‘non-person,’ whose existence was nil. Married women were not allowed to hold patents or own custody of their own children. Many women inventors circumvented this

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Your potted plants are alive... and you can't smoke any of them. Having sex in a twin-sized bed is absurd. You keep more food than beer in the fridge. 6:00 AM is when you get up, not when you go to sleep. You hear your favorite song in an elevator. You carry an umbrella. You watch the Weather Channel. Your friends marry and divorce instead of hookup and breakup. You go from 130 days of vacation time to 7. Jeans and a sweater no longer qualify as 'dressed up.' You're the one calling the police because those bloody kids next door don't know how to turn down the stereo. Older relatives feel comfortable telling sex jokes around you. You don't know what time McDonald's closes anymore. Your car insurance goes down and your car payments go up. You feed your dog My dog instead of McDonald's. Sleeping on the couch makes your back hurt. You no longer take naps from noon to 6 p.m. Dinner and a movie - The whole date instead of the beginning of one. Eating a basket of chicken wings at 3 a.m. would severely upset, rather than settle, your stomach. You go to the chemist for Ibuprofen and antacids, not condoms and pregnancy test kits. A $7.00 bottle of wine is no longer 'pretty good stuff.' You actually eat breakfast foods at breakfast time. "I just can't drink the way I used to," replaces "I'm never going to drink that much again."

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Social Butterfly

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in downtown Oceanside; a free, familyfriendly event with children’s activities. For more information, visit Center Presents January Matinee Movie – The January movie will be presented on Friday, January 19. The Gloria McClellan Center screens a new movie release the third Friday of every month, 1:00pm, at 1400 Vale Terrace Drive in Vista. Free movie and refreshments. Closed captioned for the hearing impaired. For movie title, please call 760.643.5282.

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Oceanside Sunset Market Hosts Annual Authors Night – Tonight, Thursday, January 18, from 5-8pm, at the sunset Market, downtown Oceanside, meet local authors who will be present to chat and sell their work from 5-8pm. Showcasing authors from a variety of literary genres, Authors Night is a perfect venue to meet and greet authors from the area. All authors will have their work for sale onsite. They look forward to meeting with the public and sharing their literary vision and expanse of work. Several authors have confirmed for the event, including Tom Morrow who writes a weekly column for The Paper in addition to numerous other books, etc. he has authored. The Sunset Market features up to 200 merchants, spans four city blocks, is San Diego County’s top weekly food and music street fair, and is an event put on by MainStreet Oceanside. Enjoy food, goodies and desserts, shopping, and live entertainment, along Pier View Way west of Coast Highway

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law by holding patents under their husband’s name, or a male business associate.

WOMEN INVENTORS ERASED FROM HISTORY BOOKS. Just how many of history’s inventions were truly the handiwork of women will never be known for sure, as time – and poor record-keeping, as well as male plagiarism – has muddled details of original ownership, etc., down through the years. It is a most sad saga for women of brilliant minds whose astounding ideas were stolen, borrowed, or perverted, with absolutely no mention of these women at all.

For example, every school child is taught the wonders of Eli Whitney and his cotton gin invention which revolutionized the cotton industry in the United States. Whitney’s cotton gin invention was so gargantuan during its time that historians refer to its economic impact as nothing less than: “Influencing the history of the United States. By the mid-nineteenth century, America was supplying three-quarters of the world’s cotton.”

Contemporary historians have uncovered a shocking, and disturbing, counter-story that has been buried in history. Although Whitney received his patent for a cotton gin invention in 1794, a (woman) is said to have presented the original idea and the resolution of problems in his prototype cotton gin design! Who was this woman? And why isn’t

New Show, North County Roundtable, on KOCT – Tune to KOCT throughout the month of January to view new episodes of North County Roundtable. Catch the next episode on Friday, January 19th, when Host Alison St. John interviews Oceanside Councilmember Esther Sanchez, Carlsbad Mayor Matt Hall and 76th District Assemblyman Rocky Chavez. The first episode of Roundtable was hosted by Kent Davy on January 5th and his guests included Oceanside City Clerk, Zach Beck and Councilmember Jerry Kern, in addition to Fifth District San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn. For info, contact Aaron Capehart at KOCT, 760.722.4433, 3038 Industry St, Suite 101, Oceanside, 92054.

King of Kings Church to Host Two Concerts – Two concerts are scheduled to be performed in the sanctuary of the King of Kings Church at 2993 MacDonald St., Oceanside. The first one will be on Sunday, January 21, at 4pm, and will be choral music by San Diego North Coast Singers. The high school aged mixed voice group “Capella” and Women’s ensemble “Sorelle” will perform. The second concert will be on Sunday, March 18th, at 4pm, and will be “Bells are Mesmerizing!” The 27-member Concert Handbells of Concordia University will perform a broad repertoire of sacred and secular works appealing to all ages and tastes. For more information, visit the website at and on Both concerts are free.

she recognized today?

Well, her name was Catherine Littlefield Greene (1755-1814), and she possessed a most extraordinary mind; an inquisitive intellectual mind begat from an upper-level education – a most rare opportunity for women of that suppressed era.

History seems to be uncovering elements of truth that Eli Whitney’s first cotton gin model did not work well. It was first fitted with wooden teeth and Whitney, it has been well-documented, became frustrated and was about to throw his invention away. Mrs. Greene is said to have proposed the substitution of wire, instead of wood, to better catch the cotton seeds. Her proposals of other problem-solving concepts are said to have allowed Whitney to eventually carry through ‘his’ ideas. And claim the full idea and patent for the cotton gin, in his name.

According to The National Archives, Catherine Littlefield Greene’s intellectual advice on Eli Whitney’s cotton gin, as well as, “both moral and financial support were critical to Whitney’s efforts (to accomplish his invention).”

Also, world-respected scholars, such as Dr. Fred Amram, Holocaust-survivor, inventor, and retired professor from the University of Minnesota, have stated that Eli Whitney faced challenges in his prototype cotton gin machine that Catherine Greene was only able to resolve. According to Professor Amram, documentation clearly shows that in 1792 Catherine Greene, “Hired Eli Whitney (a Yale

Carlsbad Republican Women Federated Welcomes Republican Leaders – You are invited to join the Carlsbad Republican Women Federated (CRWF) at their meeting on Tuesday, January 23rd, where they will welcome and you will have an opportunity to hear from both of the husband/wife team Jim Horn and Nam-Yong Horn, California Republican leaders. Both are strong activists and leaders in the Republican Party. Nam-Yong is the incoming 2018 President of the California Federation of Republican Women, while Jim is a retired Diplomat and CounterTerrorism expert. Nam-Yong will discuss both the California Federation of Republican Women (CFRW) and the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) and why these organizations are important to California's future. As a longtime member of the Temecula Valley Republican Women, Nam-Yong has held just about every type and level of position in the CFRW. An energetic activist, NamYong has worked phone banks and walked precincts in California and Nevada for Republican candidates and has participated in numerous rallies and programs in support of Republican candidates and issues affecting her community. Jim’s presentation will focus on the current political situation in California. He is a patriot, an activist, a Navy veteran, and has been decorated for Valor (civilian – in the Killing Fields of Cambodia). He worked closely with the CIA, the Secret Service, the DEA, and Defense Intelligence. Jim served with Terror Early Warning Groups, the FBI’s Joint Terror Task Force (JTTF), as a Counter-Terrorism/National Security Advisor, and as a Subject Matter Expert on Islam with various state and local law enforcement intelligence groups. CRWF’s general meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Green Dragon Tavern and Museum, 6115 Paseo del Norte, Carlsbad, 92011. Doors open at 11am and the program begins at 11:30am. Cost is $30/members and $35/non-members. For more information, contact Ann at (760) 415-7006 or RSVP by Wednesday, January 17th. Check us out on Facebook as Carlsbad Republican

university graduate student) as a tutor for her (five) children (and to help oversee the family plantation).” It was there that Eli Whitney recognized Catherine Greene’s enormous insight in problem-solving. Greene’s unique thinking is documented by respected author, Sarah Amandolare, as such: “Catherine Littlefield Greene stood out among her Revolutionary War-era counterparts, engaging in political discourse, maintaining friendships with men and generally (thinking outside the box).” (“Catherine Littlefield Greene, Brain Behind the Cotton Gin,” book by Sarah Amandolare.) Regarding Whitney’s frustration with his early cotton gin device, “She (Catherine Greene) outlined to him the basic problem of separating seeds from cotton fiber. She then gave him information on all the earlier attempts to make the process more efficient, and encouraged him to design something new in his prototype device.”

Also, in a surviving 1800s pamphlet entitled “Woman as Inventor” by Matilda Joslyn Gage, the invention of Eli Whitney’s cotton gin: “Owes its origin to a woman, Catherine Littlefield Greene.”

Gage’s comments are corroborated by other sources of the time that attest that, “The young man (Eli Whitney) faced his first contraption (the cotton gin) with inefficient wooden teeth and he nearly quit, but for Greene’s suggestion to substitute wire for wood which proved successful.”

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Center to Hold a “Winter Wonderland in San Diego” Luncheon - The Gloria McClellan Center will hold a “Winter Wonderland in San Diego Luncheon” at noon Thursday, January 25th at 1400 Vale Terrace Drive in Vista. Entertainment by Randy Renner begins at 11am. Lunch is roast beef with gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli, roll, and fruited Jell-O; alternate menu is chicken tortilla soup, cottage cheese and fruit on romaine, a roll, and fruited JellO. Ice cream for dessert! Suggested donation is $4 for those 60 and older, and an $8 charge for those younger than 60. Reserve by 2:00pm, one day prior at 760.643.5288. Carlsbad Chamber Events Coming Up – A free member-sponsored movie screening entitled Generation Zapped, on Thursday, January 25, at 6:30pm. Join sponsor Gia Wellness for this free movie screening of an eye-opening documentary on the many health effects of living in today’s wireless age and why children are most at risk. Tickets are on sale now for the Red, White & Business Annual Awards Dinner on Friday, March 16, at 6pm, at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort Golf Club & Spa, 7100 Aviara Resort Drive, Carlsbad, 92008. Reserve now as space is limited. This is a night of celebration as Carlsbad business leaders and innovators are recognized. For information about both of these events, contact the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce, 5934 Priestly Drive, Carlsbad, 92008.

Scripps Family Estate Sale to Benefit Two Organizations - The family of Kathy and Bill Scripps, together with Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, Just in Time for Foster Youth, and Humble Design have created a unique collaboration to address the growing issue of homelessness in San Diego County. More than 500 items of household furniture and accessories donated by the Scripps family will be sold at an estate sale to benefit foster youth and homeless families. The sale will take place at a 10,000-sq. ft.

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gin patent on October 28, 1793; the patent was granted on March 14, 1794, but was not validated until 1807.

(For the record, the first woman to hold a U.S. patent was Mary Kies, who patented a weaving process in 1809.)

LEGAL PAPER TRAIL SHOW WOMEN INVENTIONS OFTEN STOLEN: It is not unusual for men to have stolen women’s inventions and then patent these creations as their own. History has abundant and irrefutable proof of this sad state of affairs. Such a scenario played-out in the creation of the square-bottom paper bag, which we are all familiar with today, and take for granted. The common paper bag we see at grocery stores all over the world; the brown bag in which our lunch is kept as we make our way to work. But, this story of invention has a happy ending.

It involves the inventive genius of Margaret Knight (1838-1914) who historians have rediscovered and recently dubbed “The Female Edison,” and for good reason. She worked in a paper bag factory at a time when paper bags more resembled large envelopes. She revolutionized the paper bag design by creating her own invention in 1868, which automatically folded and glued square-bottomed paper bags, an invention which impacted shopping habits, worldwide! With absolutely

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Local News

The Paper • Page 4 • January 18, 2018 Escondido Country Club Owner Hit With Criminal Charges

The city of Escondido has filed a 12count misdemeanor criminal complaint against the owner of the abandoned Escondido Country Club property. It accuses Michael Schlesinger of not properly maintaining the buildings on the land, the largest of which burned to the ground in November.

Schlesinger’s attorney, Ronald Richards, said the charges are a waste of the court’s time and an “utter disgrace.”

“It is frankly appalling and an abuse of discretion as (the City Attorney’s office) is aware that the entity is managed by professional managers (Stuck in the Rough, LLC) and that Mr. Schlesinger’s addition as a codefendant with the entity is nothing more than a crude publicity stunt,” Richards said.

A fire swept through the main clubhouse on November 22nd, which had been shuttered, along with the golf course, in 2013. Since then, the building had become a place where transients and vandals gather. Officials say the cause may never be known. The fire department had been called several times to the clubhouse in the past few years for small fires that had been mostly contained

to an area around a fireplace and were started by transients.

“These are a series of municipal code violations associated with allowing the building to stand in its dilapidated state: debris, broken windows, dangerousness,” Escondido City Attorney Michael McGuinness said. “They are responsible for taking care of their property. It’s a completely justified complaint and we’re hoping it solves the problems out there.”

None of the criminal charges carry the threat of jail time. Only fines could be assessed. McGuinness said the city did receive a call from Richards asking why the violations were not handled administratively. McGuinness said the charges were filed “to get their attention, which it obviously has.”

Schlesinger’s attorney said, ‘the complaint lists allegations that are “opaque, vague, and duplicative” and should have been handled administratively. “It is frankly unheard of in the absence of even an administrative citation from code enforcement or multiple unpaid administrative fines that a Deputy City Attorney would file an ordinance violation wasting the misdemeanor court’s time,” Richards said.

them out. They are at 525 W. Grand in Escondido, right next door to the Jalapeno Cantina & Grill ... home of giant, tasty Margaritas! Some good news for a change ... Supreme Court

Neil Gorsuch has only been on the Supreme Court for a short while.

Recently, he ignited the fire of liberty and TUS “cert pool.”

Man About Town

Those of you who read this colum regularly know that we’ve had a number of health issues within our household.

Happy to report that eldest son, Scott, who had to have his right foot amputatted, now has his prosthetic foot and is up and walking quite well.

More importantly, Scott has turned his life around. He has developed a positive attitude and deals with day to day problems routinely.

Strange how an event that seems traggic actually winds up having a positiive effect on one’s life.

Proud of Scott and how he has handled his medical issues.

Even though Tuesdays are deadline days for getting The Paper off to press we almost always find time to trot on down to the Latino Market for their “Taco Tuesdays.” $0.99! A friendly place with plenty of smiles. Check

The cert pool was established in 1973 during the early days of the Burger Court, in order to efficiently review the near 8,000 petitions received each term. In practice, the petitions are apportioned among the Court’s law clerks, who then circulate a memo to the justices recommending a grant or denial. The obvious problem here is that this gives the power in these 8000 cases to the law clerks instead of the Justices. It also, in theory, allows 3rd parties to unfairly influence a case through the clerks. That is NOT how the Supreme Court was designed to operate.

Neil Gorsuch just managed to set his foot down in the Supreme Court and say it is NOT okay to pass off judgments to the discretion of legal clerks. This is the kind of story everyone should be hearing or reading in the media, but obviously is not.

Today the United States Supreme Court issued a direct and final blow to the Islamic Indoctrination of the young in this nation.

The full panel of the United States Supreme Court, which consists of 9

“Besides lacking any criminal intent whatsoever, Mr. Schlesinger was never put on notice that this matter was remotely close to escalating to this level,” the attorney said. He said the complaint is a poor use of city resources and “is the epitome of a prosecutorial overreach simply designed to further a personal agenda at the expense of my client and its manager. “My client has resolved all past violation letters that have been issued on this large vacant property for many years,” he said. “None have ever been unresolved. This complaint is a complete and utter disgrace.” The City Attorney’s office disputes that, pointing out a number of unresolved citations.

In November, the Escondido City Council voted 3-2 to allow for the construction of 380 homes on the property by New Urban West, the development company chosen by Schlesinger to pursue housing plans.

Not longer after the vote, a lawsuit was filed by the community group challenging the city’s approval. New Urban West won’t purchase the property from Schlesinger and begin building until all legal hurdles have been cleared and the company could pull out of the deal, as could Schlesinger, should things drag on too long.

judges, met to decide the fate of Islamic indoctrination in our American public schools. In a typical 5 X 4 decision, common sense won out, and we have sanity restored to our schools once again. The United States Supreme Court was able to hand out this decision banning Sharia Law and Islam from being taught in classrooms because of the tiebreaking vote of the newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.

Gorsuch went on to write about the decision: “The government certainly has no business being involved in religion, but this isn’t a government issue or a religious issue. This is about the judicial branch interpreting the laws as they apply to the teaching of religion. We shouldn't be teaching any religions in the public schools of this country.” Amen, Justice Gorsuch, Amen!

This should have been a unanimous decision, not 5 to 4, but it seems like the 4 liberal judges on the Supreme Court don’t care about the constitution, nor our values. Perhaps this is the start of restoring America to its founding glory.

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Letters to the Editor Christmas Parade

Your recent “Man About Town” piece complaining about the Escondido Jaycees Christmas Parade really missed the mark.

You said “The Escondido Jaycees… are capable of so much more.” The Jaycees ORGANIZE the parade. They don’t build the floats, train the baton twirlers, drive the cars or make the signs for the groups that annoy you so much. The Jaycees allow the people of Escondido to have their own hometown parade. The Jaycees did a fine job of making this parade happen. So I can

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Charlie tried retirement. Two or three times. About drove him nuts. He’s not the type to sit and watch tv for hours on end. But, we who are Charlie’s pals are hoping he’ll slow down just a tad. Teenage kids have a hard time keeping up with him. Charlie is now in his late middle earlies ... and slowing down is the prudent thing to do. From one friend to another, Charlie. take a few timeouts. You’ve earned them.

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no engineering background, whatsoever, Knight created a most sophisticated automated machine design which was quickly stolen and claimed by a man named Charles Annan (who was in the machine shop where Knight’s iron model was being built). Margaret Knight took Annan to court and litigation lasted 16 days and cost her $1600, but her paperwork and other documents proved to the court’s abundant satisfaction that she was, in fact, the true inventor! The imposter male inventor used the common sentiment of the time as his defense: “She’s a woman! She could not have possibly have come up with this invention!” But, this time, such rhetoric did not work. She was finally awarded her patent in 1873.

HISTORY’S UNMATCHED 12YEAR-OLD GIRL GENIUS. This same Margaret Knight, inventor of the square-bottom paper bag, wasted no time as a female inventor, unleashing her inventive genius in a manner unmatched, even by male standards, then and now. At age 12 she went to work – as many other children did – when the Industrial Revolution was in full swing. As a small child, Knight went to work in a textile factory where she became greatly troubled when she saw many other children her own age injured, and even killed, by accidents caused by the shuttle, or as it was called, “The Kiss of Death.” The 12-year-old girl was horrified when she witnessed a child worker actually stabbed by a steel-

tipped shuttle that shot out of a mechanical loom. These terrifying visions troubled her to the point of giving her nightmares, a tormenting experience for such a small child to have to endure.

Miraculously, within weeks, the small girl quickly designed a stopmotion safety device that prevented the weaving machines from ejecting dangerous projectiles! The little girl’s invention gadget automatically turned off the loom whenever too much stress was placed on it. The safety device for the loom was quickly adopted by other textile factories, thus preventing countless injuries and death! Due to prevailing laws and social restrictions of that era, the little girl’s revolutionary invention was, sadly, never patented. History records no other child-inventor at age 12 with this level of significant achievement which actually proved to prevent severe injuries and even human death, as Margaret Knight did. History has finally caught up to Margaret Ethridge Knight.

She has now been formally acknowledged as, not only the “Female Edison,” but she is clearly recognized by world historians today as: “The most famous 19th-century woman inventor.” Believe it or not, Knight went on to give the world other historic inventions, such as a numbering machine (patented in 1894), as well as several devices relating to rotary engines (patented between 1902 and 1914), as

well as innovations related to the internal combustion engine (1913).

Her inventive genius sailed beyond our American shores when Margaret Knight was awarded the “Decoration of the Royal Legion of Honour,” by England’s Queen Victoria in 1871. Now acknowledged as one of history’s greatest and most eclectic inventors, Margaret Ethridge Knight’s recognition as a woman inventor in our school history books was glacierslow in being acknowledged. She was finally inducted into the “National Inventors Hall of Fame” in 2006, more than 92 years after she died.

Margaret Knight never married and died in 1914 at age 76. Perhaps one could say with some poetic justification, that Knight was, indeed, married. At age 12 she first fell in love with inventing marvelous things that benefited humankind, and saved countless lives. She was married to her exquisite gifts and endeavors to invent. That was her life. That was her first and only true love. And the world was made a far better place for it.

Though she is gone, vestiges of Knight remain with us today. Her little box-making machine is in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. This little girl, who began inventing at age 12, and eventually held an astounding 87 U.S. patents, is still with us today through her innovative and creative mind.

There are obviously too many women of genius and invention to list here, but I hope to whet your appetite to seek out further reading regarding these extraordinary women of genius, often forgotten. In this article I wish to combine the verbiage ‘invention’ and ‘discovery’ together. Invention is given to creating something new. Discovery can embrace creations also (such as vaccines, etc.), but can also be extended to things that are not made by humankind, such as Marie Curie’s discovery of radioactive elements, for which she became the first female to receive the Nobel Prize in chemistry, in 1911 (Curie split the 1903 Nobel Prize in physics with her husband). Below is a fun multiple-choice quiz involving great women of invention and discovery, followed by pertinent commentary. Whether you score high or low is beside the point. That you learn something new and exhilarating, is everything in the name of enlightenment. And, such a fun exercise furthers the long over-due recognition of these wondrous women who contributed so much to our world today. Good luck, relax, and just have fun! IN 1879 MARY WALTON INVENTED: A Railway Smoke & Smog Reducer B Hula-Hoop C First Silent Dog Whistle

The second half of the Industrial Revolution produced smoke, smog, and noise pollution from the ever-

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expanding railroad systems. If you picked A above, you are correct. In 1879, Mary Walton created a system to pass locomotive smoke through a water filter, thus reducing smoke and smog pollution. Interestingly, many other male inventors, including Thomas Edison, tried to solve this same problem and failed! Mary Walton succeeded! She also designed railroad tracks that sat on wooden channels filled with cotton and sand, thereby greatly reducing the noise pollution as well! She went on to invent other marvels that contributed to railroad axles and a railroad crossing gate of her own design. In the 1800s, this was a huge cultural shock to men who believed all women to be complete strangers to anything mechanical. Mary Walton is a true, and forgotten, pioneer! HELEN FREE CREATED: A Electric Toothbrush B Diabetes Self-Testing C Surgical Instruments

She was born Helen Murray Free on February 20, 1923 and no one knew that this newborn baby would, someday, grow into a towering woman of achievement that would shake the world of science forever. And make life more tolerable for sufferers of diabetes. If you selected B above, you are correct! As a woman of science and chemistry, Helen Murray Free gave the world many gifts and blessings, including a glucose detection for diabetes, and many self-testing systems for diabetes which are still in use today.

Sadly, Free never recovered from the loss of her mommy when she was only six years of age.

The little girl’s mother never got the chance to see her daughter grow into a life-saving titan. In 2009, at the great age of 86, Helen Murray Free slowly walked forward to humbly receive the “National Medal of Technology and Innovation.” Old and grey and wrinkled, perhaps, she never looked younger that day. Especially, when her eyes sparkled and she seemed to smile slightly, and looked heavenward, as if to say, “Mom, this is for you.”

The great woman genius, Helen Murray Free, is still with us at the great age of 94.

WORLD WAR II WOMEN HELP CREATE: A The 50-Caliber Machine Gun B Camouflage Suits & Helmets C The First Atomic Bomb This one may surprise you. But, if you selected C, you deserve a pat on the back. Women scientists were crucial in the development of the world’s first atomic bombs at Los Alamos, New Mexico. These women physicists were not merely spear carriers who assisted in minor roles; instead, they proved to be the harbingers who often solved the key problems that male physicists were unable to resolve! Such an example was Dr. Maria Goeppert Mayer, a Ph.D. physicist, who led 20 scientists and technicians in physics research. She emerged as the most famous woman who worked on the Manhattan Project. Her genius became evident,

years later, when she dismantled all male competitors in winning the 1963 Nobel Prize in physics (the planet’s highest scientific award) for her work in developing the theory of nuclear shell structure! So why are these women of genius relegated to near-anonymity? Why are their names still smudged-out and missing from our school text books today? And why are these women giants not taught in our seats of learning – our fountains of knowledge – so that our small children may learn of them, and grow up acknowledging their true heritage? If women achievements were of such global significance, wouldn’t any attempt to cover-up their contributions in the creation of the world’s first atomic bombs -which ended the Second World War -- be the height of male arrogance and prejudice? Tragic as it may be, that is precisely the reason: male prejudice, which – except for the very naïve – still prevails today.

Many historians today, both male and female, are now only beginning to overturn these deliberate acts of omission regarding feminine genius during World War II that have been suppressed for far too many years. These scholarly works are uncovering a shocking gold mine of information regarding the Manhattan Project: “Because of the prevailing attitudes toward women, very little information about these women’s contributions was released during and after World War II. Women worked on essentially all aspects of the Manhattan Project before the first bombs went overseas.” (“Their Day In The Sun,” book by Howes and Herzenberg, Temple Univ. Press, 1999). It is beyond shameful that these fiercely patriotic women of genius had to endure gender prejudice and jealousy on a most vicious level: “Prevailing societal attitudes toward women assured that no women rose to high-level positions with the Manhattan Project.” (Ibid, 1999.) Other stellar women who worked on the development of the first atomic bombs are legion, but to name only a few, Leona Wood Marshall Libby worked with Enrico Fermi’s group, assisting in the first self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction on December 2, 1942. She has been relegated to being only a footnote. A deliberate act of male prejudice.

Other notables were Chinese American patriot, Chien-Shiung Wu, who went on to create 5 inventions in experimental atomic physics! Wu helped create the first reactor that was used for the first atomic detonation in New Mexico on July 16, 1945, less than one month before Little Boy and Fat Man (code names of our country’s first atomic bombs) were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, thus ending World War II.

Another “Mother of the Atom Bomb” was Elizabeth “Diz” Riddle Graves, who worked at Los Alamos developing a neutron reflector to surround the core of the atomic bomb, itself. Graves was a patriot so fiercely devoted that she contin-

Protecting Prop 13

As your Assemblymember, I work hard in Sacramento to fight taxes, fees and overreaching regulations. During my 14-years on the Escondido City Council, I never supported a tax increase and continue to support hardworking families and businesses.

Fortunately, Proposition 13, which limits yearly property tax increases to 2% for every property owner, remains one of the main protections for California taxpayers. In 1978, Prop 13 was approved by an overwhelming margin to end the system of rapidly increasing annual property taxes based on reassessed property value. Unfortunately, efforts to undermine Prop 13 have almost become a yearly occurrence. Whether through attempts to lower voter approval thresholds for local tax increases from two-thirds to 55 percent, or by new efforts to increase commercial property taxes by "split roll". Everyone benefits from Prop 13, even for recently purchased property. Homeowners are assured their taxes won’t increase simply because real estate speculation has driven up property values. Tenants don’t see their rents increase to

cover the cost of their landlord’s escalating property tax bill, and businesses are able to plan ahead for growth and new jobs knowing what their tax liabilities will be in future years.

California already has the nation’s highest gasoline taxes, high sales and income taxes. We should be encouraging business formation and job creation, not adding new taxes that drive businesses and jobs out of state. Even Gov. Brown stated in his budget conference this week regarding Prop 13, “The fact is there is more property tax collected than ever.” That’s a good sign signaling that Prop 13 has worked to increase state revenues while protecting taxpayers. Proposition 13 ensures prosperity for all. I will continue to stand firm in my opposition to any efforts that undermine this important protection for California taxpayers.

Minority Floor Leader Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, represents the 75th Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the communities of Bonsall, Escondido, Fallbrook, Hidden Meadows, Pala, Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center and Vista.

ued to work for her country’s defense while she was still pregnant! Her love and devotion to country had her stubbornly commit to finishing a series of experiments -- even as she went into labor!


There are too many women of repute to name here. “At least 85 women helped design and construct the atomic bomb.” (Howe and Herzenberg, Ibid).

Here comes the real shocker.

She monitored the first nuclear explosion (the Trinity Test) in New Mexico.

One woman whose name is long lost and forgotten, was Lise Meitner, one of eight Jewish children; a woman so intellectually superior that it moved Albert Einstein to refer to her as “Our Marie Curie.” She was not immune to male arrogance. “While professional jealousies only threatened to keep Marie Curie from receiving the Nobel Prize, they succeeded in denying Meitner the same recognition.” (The Washington Post Co, Marcia Bartusiak, 1996.) What you are about to read is both shocking and disturbing.

Historical paper footprints reveal that Lise Meitner and Otto Hahn worked on a theoretical model of nuclear fission. At first, Hahn was unable to understand and solve a neutron-bombardment experiment so he wrote to Lise Meitner asking for her help. To quote from Hahn’s own words, he wrote to Lise Meitner: “Perhaps you can come up with some sort of fantastic

She did!

In a few days of collaboration, she did the ‘impossible’ and came up with that ‘fantastic explanation’ and helped to create a theoretical model of nuclear fission which led the way to the making of the atomic bomb! Hahn published his research findings without even listing Lise Meitner as co-author! With her name missing from the key experimental paper on nuclear fission, Otto Hahn, alone, received the 1944 Nobel Prize. (“The Making of the Atomic Bomb,” by Richard Rhodes, Simon & Shuster, 1995.)

Most students of World War II are familiar with the Manhattan Project and such luminaries as Enrico Fermi, J. Robert Oppenheimer, and Niels Bohr who helped create the first nuclear reactor and subsequent atomic bombs. But, less known were the brilliant women physicists that the U.S. Government brought into the Top Secret Project. The very women that solved several key scientific problems that their male counterparts were unable to solve. GRACE MURRAY HOPPER HELPED INVENT: A Pantyhose and Nylon Socks B Electric Iron and Rayon C Common Language for Computer

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Dr. Grace Murray Hopper (19061992) was a curious child. At age seven she dismantled her alarm clock in order to fathom its mode of operation. Only problem was that the young child was unable to piece it back together again! The curiosity of genius which stirred within the little girl was so compelling that the sevenyear-old succeeded in dismantling seven clocks before her angry mother stopped her! If you picked C above, you are correct. As an adult, Hopper helped develop a common language with which computers could communicate, called Common BusinessOriented Language or COBOL (1959-61) for UNIVAC, the first commercial electronic computer. Aside from being a brilliant mathematician, and pioneer in data processing, she was the first woman to reach the rank of rear admiral in the U.S. Navy (1983). Sadly, Hopper’s works were never patented. Her contributions were prior to computer software technology and were not considered a ‘patentable field.’ STEPHANIE KWOLEK INVENTED: A The Flash Light B The Speedometer C Stephanie Kwolek was a top-drawer, true genius! She was one of Dupont’s premiere chemists, and the discoverer of Kevlar, often called “The Miracle Fiber.” So, if you picked C above, you are right on the mark! Kevlar has five times the strength of steel by weight and its application is universal. It is used in ropes and cables for drilling rigs, canoe hulls, boat sails, automobile bodies and tires. Also, in the making of military and motorcycle helmets. Many of our military veterans and police officers are alive today because of Kevlar, which is used in making bullet-proof vests! Kwolek’s creation is so miraculous that it proved superior to the oldfashioned steel-plated vest which could not stop a bullet – but, ¼-inch Kevlar can! The so-called ‘miracle fiber’ can also withstand temperatures of up to 900-degrees Fahrenheit and is subsequently used by such emergency units as fire department personnel! Hedloc (Kevlar) was patented by Stephanie Kwolek in 1971. Its creation has saved countless human lives around the world! PATRICIA BATH CREATED: A Cataract Laserphaco Probe B Transistor Radio C Military Walkie-Talkie Device

Dr. Patricia Bath was one of the greatest and most important women inventors in the field of ophthalmology (branch of medicine which deals with the anatomy, physiology, and diseases of the human eye). If you selected A, you are correct. Dr. Bath dedicated herself to the treatment and prevention of blindness, which led her to the discovery of Cataract Laserphaco Probe (patented in 1988), which uses the power of a laser to quickly and painlessly remove (vaporize) cataracts from patients’ eyes, rendering the old drill-like device and method, obsolete. Born to poor parents in Harlem, Dr.

Bath became the first African American woman doctor to receive a patent.

With another invention, the genius of Dr. Bath allowed her to restore sight to people who had been blind for over 30 years! Bath founded and became the first president of the American Institute for the Prevention of Blindness. Luckily for the entire world, Dr. Patricia Bath fought numerous odds besides negative gender bias, including extreme poverty and racial prejudice -- and conquered them all. In so doing, she gave countless people new lives. And new sight! If you are, indeed, one of those with restored sight, then you may know far better than most, how much we should all treasure and bestow our gratitude to all these great women of genius. Many of whom have, sadly, been erased, long lost, and forgotten. Until now.

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Over 90% of the time you spend in front of a computer is for real work. You don't drink at home to save money before going to a bar. You read this entire list looking for one sign that doesn't apply to you. Why Dogs Are Better Than Cats

Dogs will tilt their heads and try to understand every word you say. Cats will ignore you and take a nap. Cats look silly on a leash. When you come home from work, your dog will be happy and lick your face. Cats will still be mad at you for leaving in the first place. Dogs will give you unconditional love until the day they die. Cats will make you pay for every mistake you've ever made since the day you were born. A dog knows when you're sad. And he'll try to comfort you. Cats don't care how you feel, as long as you remember where the can opener is. Dogs will bring you your slippers. Cats will drop a dead mouse in your slippers. When you take them for a ride, dogs will sit on the seat next to you. Cats have to have their own private basket, or they won't go at all. Dogs will come when you call them. And they'll be happy. Cats will have someone take a message and get back to you. Dogs will play fetch with you all day long. The only thing cats will play with all day long are small rodents or bugs, preferably ones that look like they're in

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Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

who ventured into Whitechapel from a more well-to-do area. One speculation had a member of Queen Victoria’s Royal family involved. Extensive newspaper coverage bestowed widespread and enduring international notoriety on the “Ripper”, and the legend solidified. A police investigation into a series of 11 brutal killings in Whitechapel up to 1891, was unable to connect all the killings conclusively to the murders of 1888. The original five “Ripper” victims are Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes, and Mary Jane Kelly.

History’s Most Famous Unsolved Murder Mystery

The most infamous killer in history, after 130 years, is still unknown. His (or her) identity has remained a mystery since 1888. “Jack the Ripper” is the best-known name for the serial killer generally believed to have been active in the largely impoverished areas in and around the Whitechapel district of London.

The name "Jack the Ripper” originated in a letter written by someone claiming to be the murderer. In turn, the moniker was disseminated in the media. The letter is widely believed to have been a hoax and may have been written by journalists in an attempt to heighten interest in the story and increase their newspapers' circulation. In both the criminal case files and contemporary journalistic accounts, the killer also was called "the Whitechapel Murderer" and "Leather Apron." Nonetheless, whenever a serial killer is at large in the western world, the name “Jack the Ripper” emerges in newspaper headlines. A number of movies have been made around the world. “Jack” has garnered more newspaper stories, headlines and books, not to mention movies, for the past 130 years. The case remains open at London’s Scotland Yard and hundreds of people over the past century have tried the solve the mystery: just who was “Jack the Ripper?”

Attacks ascribed to “Jack the Ripper” typically involved female prostitutes who lived and worked in the slums of the East End of London. Their throats were cut prior to abdominal mutilations and disembowelment. The removal of internal organs from at least three of the victims led to the supposition their killer had some anatomical or surgical knowledge. Rumors that the murders were connected intensified in September and October 1888, and letters were received by media outlets and Scotland Yard from a writer or writers purporting to be the murderer.

The concentration of the killings around weekends and public holidays and within a few streets of each other has indicated to many that the “Ripper” was in regular employment and lived locally. Others have thought that the killer was an educated upper-class man, possibly a doctor or an aristocrat

Mythical theories draw on cultural perceptions such as fear of the medical profession, mistrust of modern science, or the exploitation of the poor by the rich. Suspects proposed years after the murders include virtually anyone remotely connected to the case by contemporary documents, as well as many famous names who were never considered in the police investigation.

There are many and varied theories about the identity and profession of “Jack the Ripper,” but authorities are not agreed upon any of them, and the number of named suspects reaches over one hundred.

The nature of the murders and of the victims drew attention to the poor living conditions in the East End and galvanized public opinion against the overcrowded, unsanitary slums. In the two decades after the murders, the worst of the slums were cleared and demolished, but the streets and some buildings survive and the legend of the “Ripper” is still promoted by guided tours of the murder sites. The Ten Bells public house (saloon) in Commercial Street was frequented by at least one of the victims and was the focus of such tours for many years. In 2015, “Jack the Ripper” Museum opened in east London. In addition to the contradictions and unreliability of contemporary accounts, attempts to identify the real killer are hampered by the lack of surviving forensic evidence. DNA analysis on extant letters is inconclusive; the available material has been handled many times and is too contaminated to provide meaningful results. There have been mutually incompatible claims that DNA evidence points conclusively to two different suspects, and the methodology of both has also been criticized. “Jack the Ripper” features in hundreds of works of fiction and works which straddle the boundaries between fact and fiction, including the “Ripper” letters and are a hoax. The “Ripper” appears in novels, short stories, poems, comic books, games, songs, plays, operas, television programs, and films. More than 100 non-fiction works deal exclusively with the “Jack the Ripper” murders, making it one of the most written-about true-crime subjects. He is depicted as a shadow. In 2006, BBC History magazine and its readers selected “Jack the Ripper” as the worst Briton in history. Bottom line: this is one crime that will likely not be solved, yet speculation will continue for years to come. Tom Morrow's books are available at in soft-cover or via Kindle E-mail.

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Pacific Coast Horns Brass Quintet at CCAE on January 28th – The Hidden Valley Community Concert Association, for their 73rd season, has lined up another great concert for you at 2pm on Sunday, January 28th, at the California Center for the Arts, Center Theater; doors open at 1pm. This group, the Pacific Coast Horns Brass Quintet, has something for everyone – from classical arrangements to jazz, from Ragtime and Big Band to Broadway. Originally the Disneyland Bellhops, they perform versions of the Great American songbook, sometimes with vocals, surprise musical medleys, concerts of special style musicianship and good-natured entertainment. Tickets are Adults/$30; Seniors/$20; Veterans, activeMilitary, students and children/$10. Tickets are available online at, by calling the CCAE box office at 800.988.4253, or stop by and pick up tickets at the box office. Half-price regular tickets are available at GOLDSTAR, SAN DIEGO.

RB Woman’s Club Meeting is February 1st – The RB Woman’s Club invites you to attend its February Luncheon Meeting on Thursday, February 1. Social starts at 11:30am and lunch at 12:00noon, at the Rancho Bernardo Inn, 17550 Bernardo Oaks Drive in Rancho Bernardo. Come enjoy melodies from the 20's through 60's performed by Celeste Barbier, who sings in the vocal style of Julie London, Peggy Lee,

Ella Fitzgerald, and Karen Carpenter. Cost for lunch is $28 at check-in; check payable to RB Woman's Club or exact cash please. Sorry, no credit cards. Guests with dietary restrictions may pre-order a vegetarian meal. Call Fern for reservations (760-741-6620), by deadline of 5:00pm, Monday, January 29. Guests are always welcome; and Membership is open to women in Rancho Bernardo and surrounding areas.

LSM Republican Women’s Club Meeting is February 5th – You are cordially invited to the Lake San Marcos Republican Women’s first regular luncheon meeting of the year at the St. Mark Golf Club on Monday, February 5, 2018. The guest speaker will be Jim Desmond, Mayor of San Marcos since 2006. Mayor Desmond has led the way to significant accomplishments for the city of San Marcos year after year and he will tell us about those accomplishments, as well as share why he is running to serve the people of San Diego County as our next Supervisor. Join us and learn more about San Marcos and what to expect in future years. Cost is $27/person. Luncheon reservations are required, by mail or delivering check to Elizabeth Laister by Thursday, February 1st to 1053 San Pablo Dr., San Marcos 92078; contact, or call 760.744.0953. The meeting will be held at the St. Mark Golf Club, 1750 San Pablo Drive, San Marcos 92078; registration/social at 11am; meeting at 11:30am. Palomar Health Cooking Classes: Food As Medicine - Due to the recent flu surge, we canceled our January classes and are resuming in February to keep everyone healthy! February: Heart Health; February 6, Palomar Medical Center Poway, 4-5pm Café Conference Room; and February 8, Palomar Medical Center Escondido, 4-5pm Café Conference Room. The March classes on

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The Paper

• Page 10 • January 18, 2018

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

Council Member, Represents District 3

Social Butterfly Cont. from Page 9 the 6th and 8th will focus on classes for people with Diabetes; and April will be on Gastrointestinal Health. These classes are free and open to the public. Registration: or call 800.628.2880. For questions, contact Kathryn Vasaeli at Kathryn,

San Marcos Historical Society to Host Genealogy Classes – Interested in a fun four days of Introduction classes to learn concepts, techniques and ideas about Genealogy and tips on organizing material and preserving memories? Beginning Genealogy Classes will be held on Wednesdays, February 7, 14, & 28 from 9:30am-10:30am and Wednesday February 21 from 9:30am-11:30am. You will need a San Marcos Library card and bring a laptop if possible. All classes will be held at the San Marcos Historical Society, 1952 Sycamore Dr. (Walnut Grove Park), San Marcos 92069. Cost: $30.00; Teacher: Julie Miller, Professional Genealogist. Register at or 760-743-8591. “Walk for Animals” – The San Diego

We found him! Waldo is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. He’s a 2 year old, 47 pound, Australian Cattle Dog mix.

Waldo is an exceptionally smart dog who wants nothing more than to give and get affection. He needs an active family and he should be the only dog in his new home. Waldo was transferred through the FOCAS program. The $145 adoption fee for Waldo 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

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There was a time I read for fun and enlightenment but for at least ten years now, I have spent my time reading about public policy. The holiday break offered me a window of free time I am not accustomed to. I took a break from reading staff reports to read a wonderful book called Just Mercy. Just Mercy is an easy read on a heavy subject – inequality and injustice. This book calls attention to the many ways people Humane Society’s annual Walk for Animals will take place at Kit Carson Park in Escondido on Friday, February 24th, and in San Diego at Liberty Station on Saturday, May 5th. Help the Humane Society create a more humane San Diego by registering for the Walk, and you’ll help take a big step toward a brighter future for animals in need. Every registration, every dollar raised, makes a lifesaving difference. Together we can make San Diego County the safest and best place to be animal – by providing shelter, adoptions, veterinary care, animal cruelty investigations, spay/neuter surgeries, rescue and evacuations, safety-net services for lowincome pet families, and more. When you sign up online, you can choose to register as an individual; become a team captain and get your friends, family members, neighbors, coworkers and furry friends to join you, or join an existing team. Register before January 20th and use the code JANUARY for 50% off adult and youth registrations. For more info: San Diego Humane Society, Walk for Animals, 5500 Gaines St, San Diego, 92110; 619.243,3469, or visit the website at Women from CWONC Prepared and Served Lunch at Ronald McDonald

Amberjack is a 6-year old pit bull terrier in need of a loving home. She’s a pint size pittie [pittipotamus] with a heart of gold! Amberjack came to us as a momma with 5 little pups – and after doing an amazing job raising her beautiful babies, she is now ready to find her new home! She’s been spending time in a loving foster home and is already starting to blossom! Ideally, Amberjack would love to go to a home with another friendly, mellow dog to hang out with, to help show her that the world isn’t so scary. Her foster mom says she loves to see her smile, and that Amberjack will be “such a gem for a family because she’s so easy!” Amberjack’s adoption fee includes her spay, permanent microchip identification, current vaccinations, 30 days worry free insurance from Trupanion Insurance and a certificate for a free veterinary exam! Amberjack is available for adoption and living in a foster home. To arrange for a meeting and to learn more about making her part of your family, please call (619) 299-7012.

working within our justice and legal system are imperfect, and the consequences of their inadequacy. The author, Bryan Stevenson, shares the background of how he came to be a lawyer in Alabama. More importantly, he describes the incidents that motivated him to represent the poor, the wrongfully condemned and those otherwise forgotten in the criminal justice system.

Escondido in March. His book will be featured in many spring semester courses. Students and community members will have a chance to hear his keynote address at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. If you are so inclined, read Just Mercy, watch Mr. Stevenson’s TED Talk on-line, and perhaps request a ticket to attend the Palomar College event at CCAE

House – Recently, 13 members of the Contemporary Women of North County (CWONC) group met for last minute instructions to prepare and serve lunch for families living at the Ronald McDonald House and spending long days and nights with their child at Rady Children’s Hospital.

The members agreed that volunteering at Ronald McDonald House (RMH) is a very rewarding experience. For info about

Invited by Palomar College, Mr. Stevenson will be visiting

Do You Know the Faces of Human Trafficking? – January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and Project LIFE is taking a stand. The time is now to support victims of human trafficking. Human trafficking affects victims regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, race, or economic status. Trafficking is a local crisis; San Diego is one of the 13 highest sex trafficking areas in the United States. North County Lifeline’s Project LIFE team is working throughout this Awareness Month, and every day, to support victims of sex and labor trafficking. More than twice as Photo: Back row, l-r: Linda Breen, Nancy Liu, many victims turned to Project Natalie Kuhlman, Kathy Shattuck, Kathy LIFE for help last year. With your Michaels, Gina Ensalaco, Sue Walsh, Barbara Douglas. Front row, l-r: Jean Smithers, Sandy Rabago, Carol Ensalaco, Pam Irwin and Rosa Social Butterfly Ruiz

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Pastor Sam Brumit Mission 316 - San Marcos

Becoming Like a Little Child

Jesus said “I tell you the truth, anyone who doesn't receive the Kingdom of God like a child will never enter it." Then he took the children in his arms and placed his hands on their heads and blessed them”. We start out life as children and, somewhere along the way, we become adults and wind up losing some of that child-like spirit. Along those lines, I recently ran across this thought from famed writer and journalist G.K. Chesterton (who wrote when my mom was scarcely a child). It caught me in my tracks. I had to read it several times and the more I did… the more it made me

“Because children have abounding vitality, because they are in spirit fierce and free, therefore they want things repeated and unchanged. They always say, "Do it again"; and the grown-up person does it again until he is nearly dead. For grown-up people are not strong enough to exult in monotony. But perhaps God is strong enough to exult in monotony. It is possible that God says every morning, "Do it again" to the sun; and every evening, "Do it again" to the moon. It may not be automatic necessity that makes all daisies alike; it may be that God makes every daisy separately, but has never got tired of making them. It may be that He has the eternal appetite of infancy; for we have sinned and grown old, and our Father is younger than we.” Perhaps we have “sinned and grown old”. Maybe God is younger than we are! Take the attitude of a child and you’ll perhaps find yourself saying “do it again”. _______________________ [Mission 316 Church is a non-denominational church which meets at the San Marcos Community Center (directly across from the Library at 3 Civic Center Drive in San Marcos – on Sundays at 10 AM. And of course, everyone is welcome!]

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• Page 11 • January 18, 2018

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 Save energy this winter

C o o l e r temperatures bring sweaters, jackets and making sure your home is ready for the change of season.

• Appliances with glowing lights or displays (like coffee makers) use small amounts of electricity all day and night, which can add up over time. Unplug them when it makes sense. • You can get timers for your electronics that require charging – the timer allows you to plug in your phone Here are some energy saving tips: or tablet computer and not waste • Buy a power strip for your electricity once it’s fully charged. entertainment center – and remember • Make sure your heating to use it! Your TV, sound and gaming system is in working order. systems can all be plugged into a power strip and one button turns For more information about conserving everything off. Some strips even come energy this holiday season, please visit with a remote control. News for the Social Butterfly? Send your press releases to:

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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support in 2018, we can continue to help victims recover from trauma and build purposeful, independent lives. Project LIFE team supports victims by providing immediate on-call victim advocacy 24/7; training professionals to identify warning signs of trafficking and how to respond; leading prevention groups that help at-risk youth avoid commercial exploitation; and sponsoring survivor-led group for victims of trafficking. Traffickers often use invisible bonds such as threats of violence, or false promises of love. Signs of human trafficking are subtle and the faces diverse. Project LIFE is proud to partner with the Office of Victims of Crime which has created a video series, the “Faces of Trafficking. Be part of the healing process by donating to Project LIFE; Living in Freedom from Exploitation. North County Lifeline’s address is 3142 Vista Way, Suite 400, Oceanside, 92056.

Library’s Holiday Food for Fines Benefits Locals in Need – Escondido Public Library’s annual “Holiday Food for Fines” program once again proved to be a win-win for those involved. This popular program provided Library patrons the opportunity to clear up to $20.00 in fines from their account through food donations. The collection drive ran from November 27 through December 30, and the Library accumulated 53 crates of food weighing 1,590 pounds. Proceeds from the drive were donated to Interfaith Community Services in Escondido which distributed the food to families in need throughout the North County area ( The Library’s Customer Services Supervisor Linda Weber remarked, “This event is a wonderful way for our Library patrons not only to clear some of their fines but to simultaneously give back to their community to help those in need. Many patrons brought in extra food; one patron brought in 2 large boxes of food just to donate. She said it was her turn to give back.” Library programs, events, and services are free and open to the public. For

more information about this program, contact Linda Weber at or 760.839.4613. Information about other events and services can be found at The Library is located at 239 S. Kalmia Street, Escondido.

Escondido Charitable Foundation Announces 2018 Grants Available – The Escondido Charitable Foundation (ECF), an affiliate of the San Diego Foundation, announced its annual call for grant applications. In its 12th grant cycle, ECF invites nonprofit organizations and agencies to submit proposals for programs that enhance Escondido through interactive, publiclyaccessible arts and cultural experiences. Successful applications may include projects that connect people to each other and to their community by providing opportunities for dialogue and expression, shared experiences and civic pride. To promote this goal, ECF will accept proposals that aim to positively impact the image of Escondido and create positive experiences in the community. The goal of the grant cycle is to elevate the image of Escondido through arts and culture, increase community pride, enhance community identity, and provide interactive experiences that have the potential to become longstanding, well-known community fixtures or traditions. Eligible nonprofit organizations serving Escondido may submit proposals of $15,000 to $50,000. Multiple organizations may join to formulate and submit a single grant proposal. Grant guidelines are available. ECF hosted a voluntary informational workshop on January 17th to answer questions about the grant cycle and help organizations who are considering applying. For information given out at that workshop, contact Miguel Lopez at For information about the application, contact Kerri Favela at The deadline for submissions is February 20 at 5:00pm. About the Escondido Charitable Foundation & the Regional Affiliate Program – The Regional Affiliate program, including the Escondido Charitable Foundation, was established by The San Diego Foundation to create a regional net-

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter The resurgence of the downtown core is continuing to bring in new restaurants and a renewed vitality and spark to our City. This has also turned the downtown neighborhood into a canvas for artists. Vista’s energetic public art initiative encompasses many programs that enhance the downtown district. New pieces of art are also continually being installed downtown with support from the City’s Public Arts Commission, city resources, the community and the Vista Arts Foundation. The art scene in our downtown is unlike any other in North County. The Vista Public Arts Commission and the Art Foundation’s

Vista’s Public Art Scene

support of local artists at the Civic Gallery, as well as the street installations, are important threads in the canvas that makes up our community. The City has also made a $1 million investment in street light improvements and directional signage downtown and has invested in new parking and other improvements in the area. We spend a lot of time talking with and listening to individual business owners to identify ways to solve issues and meet their needs, which has influenced this revitalization of the area and the surge of new businesses to our downtown. Head downtown and experience it yourself!

Oceanside • Deputy Mayor Chuck Lowery We All Count Homeless Census

On Friday, January 26, the Regional Task Force on the Homeless (RTFH) will coordinate the annual one-day census of people in San Diego County experiencing homelessness. Throughout the county more than 1,000 volunteers will be trained and deployed to record the location and count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless people. For the fifth year, the City of Oceanside will host a deployment center at the El Corazon Senior Center. Volunteers will arrive at 4:00am and be provided with maps of areas they will survey. The count work of affiliate foundations by leveraging local leadership, building endowments, increasing impactful philanthropy, and promoting civic engagement. Affiliates reside in Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Escondido, La Jolla, Oceanside, Ramona, Rancho Bernardo, and 4S Ranch-Del Sur. The Regional Affiliate program has exceeded 1,000 members, established endowments of more than $4.6 million overall, and granted more than $5 million in total to nonprofit organizations throughout the region. About The San Diego Foundation - The San Diego Foundation maximizes the impact of your charitable giving. We mobilize philanthropic resources to advance quality of life, increase social impact and champion civic engagement. For more than 40 years, The Foundation and our donors have granted more than $1 billion to grow a vibrant San Diego region. Learn more on our website, and consider a donation to the Fund for the Future Endowment which supports San Diego community needs now and forever.

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is mandated for communities and funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. The results from the survey in Oceanside will be combined with the rest of the county and published by the Task Force at a later date. The counts help to determine potential federal funding for communities to help those who are experiencing homelessness with resources. If you would like to volunteer, please register in advance at or for more local information, please contact Angie Hanifin at 760-435-3363 or Margery Pierce at 760-435-3360.

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pain. Dogs will wake you up if the house is on fire. Cats will quietly sneak out the back door. Parking Problem at Church

A few years ago, I caught a story on the radio about a Baptist church that had a problem. It was with the Methodists down the street. Some Baptists were unable to find a space in their own parking lot because members of the nearby Methodist church, which met earlier than the Baptists, got there first. So the Baptist church had a problem. Now, they COULD have towed the Methodist's cars away. Or, they COULD have patrolled their lot Sunday mornings. Or, they COULD have written a letter to the offending church members imploring them to park elsewhere. But they didn't. Instead, they did something else. One Sunday morning they stuck a bumper

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The Paper • Page 12 • January 18, 2018 computer industry has been scrambling to find fixes. While these vulnerabilities exist in personal PCs the biggest concerns are in the servers and other high speed computers commonly used by governments and corporations. These computers use the same CPU as your PC but each of these powerful computers will contain dozens or even hundreds of these CPUs.

Paul & Nome Van Middlesworth, The Computer Factory

www. "San Diego's Best Computer Store 2016" Union Tribune readers poll Meltdown and Specter, the sky is falling

You’ve probably heard about it by now. The entire computer industry is in turmoil over the Specter and Meltdown vulnerabilities. These are recently discovered serious vulnerabilities in the CPUs (microprocessors) used in virtually all computers manufactured since the mid 1990s. For sophisticated hackers, these defects have potentially provided access to all the information on all the world’s computers for over twenty years. Whether or not governments or criminals have discovered and used these vulnerabilities is not known, simply because anyone who had discovered and used this vulnerability would have kept it secret. Our own NSA denies previous knowledge of the problem (opportunity?). For the past several months the

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sticker to every car in the lot -- Baptist and Methodist alike. They all got one. The sticker read: "I'M PROUD TO BE A BAPTIST!" No more problem.

The story of how these twenty year old defects were only discovered in 2017 by four separate and unrelated groups all within months of each other is fascinating. Surely several books and at least one movie are in the offing. The defect in CPUs involve a process that has long been employed in the industry to make computers run faster, today it’s called “speculative execution.” Back in the late 1960’s dozens of small high tech companies were nipping at IBMs heels. Each was in the race to make the fastest mainframe computers. I was an engineer with one of those companies SEL (Systems Engineering Laboratories) in Fort Lauderdale (Florida’s Silicon Valley). We used the technique that today is known as “speculative execution” to make our computers execute tasks faster. In those days we called it making “blind calls” or “blind fetches.” The speed of computers was limited by their architecture and physics but a computer could be made to execute complex instruction sets quicker if its program could look ahead and “fetch” data that was likely to be needed in subsequent computations. This speed enhancing technique was somewhat hit or miss. While the “blind fetch” usually pulled up the files that were needed, it often pulled many other files that were not needed, these were then discarded. The methods of accessing and discarding these superfluous files have created the

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In the early days this ‘speculative execution” was an activity of the program (software). In the mid 90s, Intel and other CPU makers encoded this process in silicon. “Speculative execution” became a part of every microprocessor (CPU).

The way computers handle the files in the process of “speculative execution” has created the vulnerability for the Specter and Meltdown exploits. The industry is working feverishly to find fixes for these vulnerabilities. Most of these fixes so far have the unpleasant side affect of slowing down the big, fast multi-microprocessor computers used by governments and industry by as much as 30%. This is a big problem for industrial and Internet servers, and governments, but not for home PC users.

Kathleen Louise Good, 65, of Valley Center, passed away on January 10, 2018

Joan Kapusnik, 90, passed away on January 11, 2018.

Lloyd E. Shier, 96,of Carlsbad, Ca., passed away on January 14. Rosalina Mills, 84, of Escondido, Ca., passed away on January 11, 2018

These vulnerabilities don’t invade computers like a virus. The simply allow hackers to steal data. Passwords, bank accounts, personal data and industrial and government secrets that are stored in “servers” are at risk. Home and small business computers are not likely to be hacked because the process is involved and the rewards are limited on individual PCs. While the fixes may slow down large powerful PCs, they will not have noticeable affects on individual PCs. We all face the risk of having our personal data stolen from commercial and government networks. We may also experience unpleasant delays on Internet websites we are accustomed to using. At this point no one really knows how bad the problem is or what affect it may have on our day to day lives. We must wait and see.

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Call (760) 747-7119 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2017-9031097 The name of the business: TMC Graphix, located at 1196 Caminito Amarillo, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Thanda Marie Canizales 1196 Camnito Amarillo San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 12/27/17 /s/ Thanda Marie Canizales Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 12/27/2017 01/04, 01/11, 01/18 & 01/25/2018


#2017-9001058 The name of the business: Easy Choice Wireless, Jaguar Mobile, located at 5621 Palmer Way, Carlsbad, Ca., 92008. This business is registered by: VTG Mobile Inc. 5621 Palmer Way, Carlsbad, Ca., 92008. This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business was 9/01/2017. /s/ Robert Feasel, COO Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/12/2018. 1/18, 1/25, 2/01 & 2/08/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-9000326 The name of the business: Your Mobile Massage, located at 1074 Robertson Dr., Escondido, Ca., 92025. This business is registered by: Jessica Lyn Stanton 1074 Robertson Dr. Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a /s/ Jessica Lyn Stanton Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/04/2018. 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 & 2/01/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT


The name of the business: Medipatch Technologies &

Consulting, located at 1167 Brewley Ln., Vista Ca.


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Vista, Ca. 92081

This business is conducted by an individual.

First day of business was n/a.,

/s/ Jessica Lyn Stanton








Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/04/2018.

12/28/2017, 1/04, 1/11 & 1/18/2018.


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The name of the business:, located at 2132 Sunset Dr, Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is registered by: Curtis Mark Foster 2132 Sunset Dr. Escondido, CA. 92025 This business is conducted by an individual First day of business: n/a /s/ Curtis Mark Foser Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 12/18/2017. 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 & 2/01/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT


The name of the business: Bloom Boutique, located at 1691 Melrose Drive, #140, San Marcos, Ca 92078 This business is registered by: MadKat Couture Inc 1691 Melrose Drive, #140 San Maros, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 1/3/2018 /s/ Rejeme Wagner, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/3/2018 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 & 2/01/2018







Melrose Official, located at 7140

Tanager Dr., Carlsbad, Ca. 92011

This business is registered by

Sultan Akkan Kassegne

7140 Tanager Dr.

Carlsbad, CA 92011

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/s/ Sultan Akkan Kassegne

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Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San

Diego County on 12/18/2017.







#2017-9030673 The name of the business: VeggyJess, located at 1781 Felicita Ln., Vista, Ca. 92083. This business is registered by: Jessica Jeanette Castillo 1781 Felicita Ln Vista, CA. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business was n/a. /s/ Jessica Jeanette Castillo Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 12/19/2017. 12/28/2017, 1/04, 1/11 & 1/18/2018.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2017-00049977-CU-PT-CTL TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Mohammad Houman Nasri Ghajari filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Mohammad to Ghajari Nasri Houman Proposed name Houman Nasri Ghajari. 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: 2/08/2018, 10:30 a.m., Department 27. The is: court the of address Department 903, 9th Floor, Central Courthouse, 1100 Union Street, San Diego, CA. 92101. 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 12/27/2017. /s/ Jeffrey B. Barton, Judge of the Superior Court 1/04, 1/11, 1/18 and 1/25/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

Ordinance No. 2018-1459, an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, approving an amendment to the Heart of the City Specific Plan & adoption of the Rancho Coronado Residential Development and Design Standards (Southern Parcel, Areas E & F). Case No. SP 17-002, (P17-0015) Brookfield Residential Properties. Ordinance 20181459 was introduced on January 9, 2018, and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on January 23, 2018. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 1/18/2018 ORDINANCE NO. 2018-1460




#2017-9000027 The name of the business: Apptacular Studio, located at 11884 Candy Rose Way, San Diego, Ca., 92131. This business is registered by: Zachary Paul Jensen 11884 Candy Rose Way San Diego, Ca. 92131 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: n/a. /s/ Zachary Paul Jensen Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/02/2018. 01/11, 01/18/, 01/25 & 02/01/2018.

Ordinance No. 2018-1459, an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, approving a zone reclassification of 0.28 acres from Public Institutional(P-1) to Specific Plan Area (SPA) Heart of the City in the Barham Discovery Community. R 17-001, (P170015) Brookfield Residential Properties. Ordinance 20181460 was introduced on January 9, 2018, and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on January 23, 2018. A certified copy is posted in the office of the City Clerk at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos, CA. Phillip Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 1/18/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT


The name of the business: Continental Cleaners #6, located at 1815 E. Valley Pkwy, Suite3, Escondido, Ca. 92025. This business is registered by: North County Cleaners, Inc. 755 N. Quince St. Suite A Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 8/4/2013 /s/ Dan Tran, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/5/2018 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 & 2/01/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT


The name of the business: Ja’Marie Photography located at 773 Ball Ave. Escondido, Ca., 92026 This business is registered by: Kimberly M. and Jevaras C. Barber 773 Ball Avenue Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business: 12/6/2017 /s/ Jevaras C. Barber Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 12/6/2017 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 & 2/01/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT


The name of the business: Majestic Cleaners, located at 1116 Sycamre Avenue, Suite1, Vista, Ca. 2081This business is registered by: North County Cleaners, Inc. 755 N. Quince St. Suite A Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: /s/ Dan Tran, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/5/2018 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 & 2/01/2018 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT


The name of the business: Continental Cleaners #36, located at 755 N. Quince ST., Suite A, Escondido, CA. 920This business is registered by: North County Cleaners, Inc. 755 N. Quince St. Suite A Escondido, Ca. 92025 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business: 7/27/1999 /s/ Dan Tran, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/5/2018 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 & 2/01/2018

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#2017-9000075 The name of the business: Traci Chester Counseling Services, located at 1882 W. El Norte Pkway C11 & C12, Escondido, Ca., 92026 This business is registered by: Traci Davis Chester 1540 Stevenson Ct. San Marcos, Ca., 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. /s/ Traci Davis Chester First day of business: 4/01/2017 Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/02/2018. 01/11, 01/18/, 01/25 & 02/01/2018. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-9029945 The name of the business: JB Landscape, located at 7384 Altiva Pl., Carlsbad, Ca.. 92009 This business is registered by: James Dean Baumbach 7384 Altiva Pl. Carlsbad, Ca. 92009 This business is conducted by an individual. /s/ James Dean Baumbach First day of business: 2/6/15 Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 12/08/2018. 01/04, 01/11/, 01/18 & 01/25/2018. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-9000169 The name of the business: G.I.G. Music Lessons, located at 1437 Cresthaven Place, Oceanside, Ca., 92056 This business is registered by: Charles L. Triplett, Jr. 1437 Cresthaven Place, Oceanside, Ca., 92056 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business: 2/29/13 /s/ Charles Triplett, Jr. Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/03/2018. 01/11/, 01/18, 01/25 & 2/01/2018. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2017-9000240 The name of the business: BCG ELECTRIC, INC., located at 524 Golf Glen Drive, San Marcos, Ca., 92069. This business is registered by:BCG Electric, Inc. 524 Golf Glen Drive San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by a corporation First day of business: 1/2/2016 /s/ Bennett Craker II, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/03/2018. 01/11/, 01/18, 01/25 & 2/01/2018.

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#2017-9031013 The name of the business: Mission Star Realty, located at 5178 Alamosa Park Drive, Oceanside, Ca. 92057 This business is registered by: Mission Star Realty, Inc, 5178 Alamosa Park Drive Oceanside, Ca. 92057 This business is conducted by a corporation First day of business: 2/21/2013 /s/ Norma Sanabria, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 12/26/2017. 01/11/, 01/18, 01/25 & 2/01/2018.



The name of the business: Streaming Arrow Records, LLC, located at 3210 Grey Hawk Ct., Carlsbad, Ca. 92010. This business is registered by: Streaming Arrow Records LLC 3210 Grey Hawk Ct. Carlsbad. Ca. 92010 This business is conducted by a Limmited LIabillity Company. First day of business: n/a /s/ Brandon Foley, Manager Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 1/2/2018 1/11, 1/18, 1/25 & 2/01/2018

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