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Volume 46 - No. 09

March 03, 2016

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Editor’s Note: As promised, we present another in a series of journal entries dictated by James P. Beckwourth, an adventurer, explorer, scout, hunter, trapper, pioneer, emigrant and, for a time, Indian Chief of the Crows.

The narrative is almost amusing in that hardy pioneers did not really talk in such elegant terms. Clearly, T. D. Bonner, who writes this biography, has exercised considerable ‘poetic license’ in describing the adventures in such elegant prose.

Here, then, more in the continuing saga describing the trek out West by James P. Beckwourth: Excursion to the Fort.— Arrival of Long Hair's Village.—Building of a new Medicine Lodge.— Triumphant Entrance of my little Wife into the Lodge.— Attack on the Crow Village by the Siouxs.—Meeting of the two Crow Villages.—Visit of the Grovans.—Visit to the Grovans and Fort Clarke.

A PARTY of nine trappers happened to call at the village on their way to the fort, among whom was my old friend Harris. I proposed to accompany them. We started, and reached the fort without accident, except sustaining another siege from the Black Feet. After our departure, the whole village followed to purchase their spring supply of necessaries at the fort. They brought an immense stock of peltry, with which they purchased every thing that they stood in need of. About a week after our arrival, the other Crow village, under Long Hair, encamped without the fort, all of them deep in mourning. The same ill luck had attended them in their excursions as we had suffered, and eighty warriors had fallen without one gleam of success. I availed myself of this opportunity to impress upon the minds of Long Hair and his followers that the cause of their misfortune was owing to the conduct of the Crows toward Fitzpatrick and his party, which representation they all firmly believed.

When the two villages had finished their trading, we all moved back to the Big Horn, where we constructed a new medicine lodge for the medicine men, prophets, and dreamers to prophesy and hold their deliberations in. These lodges are erected every year — the first moon in May; the whole tribe is assembled at the festival,

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and the ceremonies are continued for seven days. Before the poles are raised, the medicine men select from the assembled multitude a warrior whom they deem qualified to assume the functions of a medicine chief. The man they select is compelled to serve; no excuse that he can frame is accepted as valid. He is then taken to a lodge-pole and lashed to one end; an eagle's wing is placed in each hand, and a whistle (similar to a boatswain's) placed between his lips. Thus equipped, he is hoisted a distance of forty feet, until the pole assumes its perpendicularity and is adjusted in its proper place. Raising the first pole is analogous to laying the first stone. The first one being hoisted, abundance of others are raised into their places, until the whole space is inclosed. They are then covered with green buffalo hides, descending to within six feet of the ground, the inclosure being left open at the top.

About one hundred and twenty hides are generally required for the purpose, and a space is thus obtained capable of holding from seven to eight hundred persons.

I was the subject selected on this occasion; and when I was raised upon the pole in the manner I have just described, the officials declared that I was raised solely by the elevating power of my wings, whence they inferred that my medicine was very powerful.

When the lodge is completed, the medicine men and other functionaries assemble the most distinguished braves within the building for a rehearsal of their achievements and an enumeration of their coups. Each brave then gives an account of his exploits thus: "I killed one or more Cheyennes (as the case may be) on such a day, in such a place, and took such and such spoils. You know it, Crows." The medicine

chief then exhibits his marks, pronounces the warrior's statement correct, and confirms it by his record. This ratification each warrior passes through, and there is seldom any discrepancy between his statement and the record. Sham battles are then fought in illustration of the manner in which the different trophies were acquired, the rehearsal reminding the civilized spectator of a theatrical representation, only that in this case the performance is more in earnest. This examination gone through with, the lodge is then prepared for the medicine men, prophets, and dreamers to go through the ceremony of initiating a virtuous woman. The members of the conclave endure a total abstinence from food and water for seven days previous to the ceremony, unless any one faints from exhaustion, in which case some slight nourishment is afforded

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The warriors are then drawn up in two lines, "inward face," a few feet apart, and the female candidate for "holy orders" presents herself at the lodge door. She harangues them when she first presents herself, and then marches between the extended lines of the dusky warriors. Here is the fearful ordeal. If she has ever been guilty of any illicit action, her declaration of innocence is refuted by a dozen voices, a thousand bullets riddle her body in a moment, and her flesh is hacked into morsels. This is the fearful war-path secret. It will be remembered that my little wife had resolved to dedicate herself to this service; when only a child she had determined upon entering the medicine lodge. On this occasion she was candidate for admission. She came to me to be dressed for the ceremony; she was robed in her best attire, and I painted her as the custom prescribes. The warriors are in line, and the Sanhedrim in readiness. The herald announces that Nom-ne-ditchee (The One that Strikes Three), wife of the head chief, Medicine Calf, offers herself for election. Intense excitement prevails through the assembly as her name is pronounced, and it is reechoed through the lines of the warriors. She presented herself at the door of the lodge, and calmly

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Walking Through the Bible

This is said to have come from the hand of a 6th grader, (though I kinda doubt it) but whatever the source, it is cute and creates a smile.

For those of you who have never done a walk through the Bible, this is the condensed version. A little shaky on dates but good chronology. A sixth grade child was asked to write a book report on the entire Bible. Here is what he wrote; The Children's Bible in a Nutshell

In the beginning, which occurred near the start, there was nothing but God, darkness, and some gas. The Bible

met the concentrated gaze of thousands. A breathless silence prevailed.

She commenced her address. "Can it be said that there are no virtuous women among the Crows? Can it be true that our medicine men can not make medicine, nor our prophets prophesy, nor our dreamers dream, because so few of you are virtuous? Oh women! it is shameful to you to be so faithless. Our nation is disgraced because of your conduct, and the Crows will soon cease to be a people. The Great Spirit is angry with you, and has brought disgrace upon our warriors on account of your evil practices. Our prairies will become wastes like yourselves, producing no good thing; and our buffalo will bellow at you, and leave the huntinggrounds of the Crows, and go to the country of a more virtuous people." Then addressing the warriors, she continued:

"Warriors! I have this day volunteered to carry the sand, the wood, and the elk-chips into the lodge. You are brave warriors, and I hope your tongues are not crooked. I have seen our women attempt to do it, and they have been cut to pieces. I am now about to try it myself. Before I start for the materials at the other end of your extended lines, if there be a warrior, or any other man under the sun, who knows any thing wrong in me, or injurious to my virtue, let him speak. I, too, am ready to go to the spirit land, for there is one there who knows me innocent

says, "The Lord thy God is one," but I think He must be a lot older than that. Anyway, God said, "Give me a light!" and someone did. Then God made the world.

He split the Adam and made Eve. Adam and Eve were naked, but they weren't embarrassed because mirrors hadn't been invented yet.

Adam and Eve disobeyed God by eating one bad apple, so they were driven from the Garden of Eden ... Not sure what they were driven in though, because they didn't have cars. Adam and Eve had a son, Cain, who hated his brother as long as he was Abel.

Pretty soon all of the early people died off, except for Methuselah, who lived to be like a million or something.

One of the next important people was Noah, who was a good guy, but one of his kids was kind of a Ham.

Noah built a large boat and put his family and some animals on it. He asked some other people to join him, but they said they would have to take a rain check.

After Noah came Abraham,

of the bad deeds which disgrace the women of our country." She then passed with a firm step between the lines of the warriors to the sand. Taking the bowl, she dipped a small quantity, and returned with it to the lodge, and then made two other trips for the wood and elk-chips. Returning for the third time, she received the vociferations of the assembled multitude. The functionaries came forth to meet her, and passed their bands over her head, shoulders, and arms, extolling her to the skies, and proclaiming there was one virtuous woman in the Crow nation. She was then presented with my medicine shield by the great medicine chief, to preserve and carry for me, no one but myself having authority to take it from her. I trembled while she was passing this perilous ordeal, and its triumphant termination filled me with delight. She was a girl of superior endowments, and, if they had been fostered by a Christian education, I know no woman who would surpass her in worth, elegance, or attainments. Had she ever failed in her conduct, it would have been thundered in her ears when she stooped to gather the sand, and a cry would have arisen that she was polluting the medicine of the nation. If the candidate is killed during the inauguration ceremonies, nothing more is done in the same medicine lodge: it is immediately torn down, and the tribe moves to some other place, where it builds another lodge, and the same observances are again gone

Isaac, and Jacob. Jacob was more famous than his brother, Esau, because Esau sold Jacob his birthmark in exchange for some pot roast. Jacob had a son named Joseph who wore a really loud sports coat.

Another important Bible guy is Moses, whose real name was Charlton Heston. Moses led the Israel Lights out of Egypt and away from the evil Pharaoh after God sent ten plagues on Pharaoh's people. These plagues included frogs, mice, lice, bowels, and no cable. God fed the Israel Lights every day with manicotti. Then he gave them His Top Ten Commandments. These include: don't lie, cheat, smoke, dance, or covet your neighbor's stuff. Oh, yeah, I just thought of one more: Humor thy father and thy mother. One of Moses' best helpers was Joshua who was the first Bible guy to use spies. Joshua fought the battle of Geritol and the fence fell over on the town.

After Joshua came David. He got to be king by killing a giant with a slingshot. He had a son named Solomon who had about 300 wives and 500 porcupines. My teacher says he

through with.

In the mean while, women are engaged cooking and preparing a sumptuous feast of every thing in season. All kinds of meats and dried berries, variously cooked, are spread before the partakers, which includes all who can obtain seats, except the medicine men, prophets, and dreamers. Their fast continues for seven days, during which time their inspiration is continually moving them. There are plenty of warriors in attendance to convey messages and execute orders, like deputy sheriffs in a justice's court; and as fast as an ordinance is dreamed out, prophesied upon, and medicined, the instructions are delivered to the messengers, and away they start, one party in this direction, and one party in another, to communicate the instructions and execute orders.

While we were yet at the lodge, a deputation of about a dozen Grovan warriors came to solicit our assistance against the Cheyennes and Siouxs, who had made a combined attack upon them, killing about four hundred of their warriors. In reply to the application, we told them that we had lost many warriors during the past winter, and that we must avenge our own men first; but that we would go and see them in the course of the summer, and hold a conference with them on the subject.

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was wise, but that doesn't sound very wise to me.

After Solomon there were a bunch of major league prophets. One of these was Jonah, who was swallowed by a big whale and then barfed up on the shore. There were also some minor league prophets, but I guess we don't have to worry about them.

After the Old Testament came the New Testament. Jesus is the star of The New Testament. He was born in Bethlehem in a barn. (I wish I had been born in a barn too, because my mom is always saying to me, "Close the door! Were you born in a barn?" It would be nice to say, ''As a matter of fact, I was.'')

During His life, Jesus had many arguments with sinners like the Pharisees and the Republicans. Jesus also had twelve opossums. The worst one was Judas Asparagus. Judas was so evil that they named a terrible vegetable after him. Jesus was a great man. He healed many leopards and even preached to some Germans on the Mount. But the Democrats and all those guys put Jesus on trial before

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Social Butterfly

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come, first-serve basis. The meeting tonight, March 3rd, 6pm networking; 6:30pm dinner, speaker/business meeting follows. The Old Spaghetti Factory, 111 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd, San Marcos. Cost $23/members; $28/guests. Info, visit www.abwa-soaringeagles.org, call Sue at 760.822.2242, or abwamembership@gmail.com.

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ABWA Networking Dinner is Today, Thursday, March 3rd – At the Soaring Eagles Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) dinner meeting, the speaker Deanna Potter will present “Profitable Practices: The Top Financial Systems Critical to Your Success!” Guests are welcome. Members, free table tops to highlight your business/products, first-

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There are two bands of the Grovans: the Grovans of the Missouri, which the Crows sprung from, and whose language they speak, and the Grovans of the prairie, who form a band of the Black Feet. The Grovans of the Missouri were then a weak tribe or band, having, by their incessant wars with the surrounding tribes, been reduced to a very insignificant number of warriors. When the Crows separated from them, the nation was deemed too numerous. This separation was effected, according to their reckoning, above a century since. Those Grovans and the Crows have always been on very friendly terms, and even to this day consider themselves descendants of the same family. They do not move about, like many wandering tribes, but remain stationary and cultivate the ground. Their lodges are built of poles, filled in with earth; they are spacious, and are kept comparatively neat.

I would here remark that the name "Crow" is not the correct appellation of the tribe. They have never yet acknowledged the name, and never call themselves Crows. The name was conferred upon them many years ago by the interpreters, either through their ignorance of the language, or for the purpose of ridiculing them. The name which they acknowledge themselves by, and they recognize no other, is in their language Ap-sah-ro-kee, which signifies the Sparrowhawk people.

The villages separated at this time. Long Hair went up the Yellow Stone, to Clarke's Fort, in order to kill buffalo and gather fruit when ripe, while I went with my village on a circuit, and finally rested on the banks of Powder River, a branch of the Yellow Stone. While busy killing buffalo, we were suddenly attacked by the Cheyennes to the number of two

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thousand warriors. I had been advised by my scouts of their contemplated attack, and was consequently prepared to receive them. They were seriously disappointed in charging upon our empty lodges; and, while they were in confusion, we thundered upon them from our concealment, driving them before us in all directions for upward of two miles. Our victory was complete. We took sixty-three scalps, besides horses and weapons in abundance. We had eighty warriors wounded, principally with lances and arrows, but every one recovered. The heroine did good service, having thoroughly recovered from her terrible wound. She had two horses killed under her, but escaped unhurt herself, using her lance as adroitly as ever.

The village moved on, directly after the battle, in the direction of our friends the Grovans; but, before we arrived, we rubbed out a party of eleven Cheyennes, who had been to the Grovan village on a war excursion, and we carried their scalps and presented them to the Grovans. When we arrived in sight of their villages — five in number — and halted with our whole force on a small hill which overlooked their towns, on perceiving us they were filled with alarm, believing us to be the Cheyennes, returned with a force sufficient to exterminate them. But they discovered us to be Crow friends, and their joy was now proportionate to their former despondency. We passed through their villages two abreast, and all were out upon the tops of their lodges to welcome us as we rode through. The acclamations resounded on every side. They looked upon us as their deliverers and friends, who had come to protect the weak against the strong, that their wrongs might be avenged, and their faces be washed once more. From their villages we rode on to Fort Clarke through the Mandan villages, defiling before the fort in double columns. Every man in the fort was on the battlements, gazing at

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Lenten Hymn Festival and Organ Concert – On Sunday, March 6 at 4pm, a festival of Lenten hymns and organ compositions will be held at the First Congregational Church Escondido, United Church of Christ, at 1800 N. Broadway, Escondido. The performer is Dale Sorenson, chief technician for the Spreckels Organ in Balboa Park. Free admission, the public is invited, and all are welcome. A free-will offering will be taken; and all are

our long lines of mounted warriors. While defiling past, we were correctly counted by Mr. Kipp. Several alighted and visited the fort, and Mr. Kipp inquired for the Crow who spoke English. No one understood him until he came across a Mandan who spoke the Crow language fluently. They inquired of him for me. I replied he was somewhere about. I was dressed in full costume, and painted as black as a Crow, and neither the Mandan nor Kipp recognized me. The Mandan informed Kipp that I was present.

"Yes," said I, "Beckwourth is present."

"Well, well!" exclaimed Kipp, in astonishment; "is that you, Beckwourth?" I replied that it was, indisputably.

"Then why did you not declare yourself when I was inquiring for you? I certainly should never have distinguished you from any other Indian." At this moment my wife entered, carrying my boy in her arms. A great interest was taken in him by all the inmates of the fort, greatly to the delight of his proud mother, and by the time the child had passed through all their hands he had received presents enough to load a pack-mule.

We staid with our friends ten days, part of which time was occupied in arranging a combined plan of defense against the Black Feet. When we departed, Long Hair presented us with an ample stock of corn and pumpkins. We passed the Yellow Stone, and traveled on by easy marches to the Mussel Shell River, killing and dressing buffalo during our whole journey. Here we encamped to await the arrival of Long Hair. Our spies kept us advised of the movements of the enemy, and intelligence was brought us that he was manifestly concentrating his forces at the Three Forks of the Missouri for a grand attack. I knew that we were also vigilantly

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watched by the enemy's spies, and I determined to make no movement that would warrant the suspicion that their movements were known to us. Long Hair shortly joined us with his whole force, and I felt perfectly at ease now, notwithstanding the most strategical movements of our enemy.

After various demonstrations on either side, we feigned a division of our forces, and marched one half of them to a spot which concealed them from the tableland, thus leading the enemy to the belief that we were still ignorant of his intentions and his numbers.

At daybreak the following morning we heard the noise of their innumerable horse-hoofs, and shortly after they burst upon our tenantless lodges like a thundercloud. I suffered about one third of their warriors to become entangled in the village, and I then gave the order to charge. The shock was irresistible; their advancing division was attacked on all sides, and the appearance of my concealed warriors sent a panic through the tribe. They fled precipitately without venturing to look round to see if they were pursued. It was a complete rout, and purchased at but slight cost to ourselves. We gathered over four hundred scalps, and took fifty women prisoners; we captured five hundred horses, one hundred guns, and weapons, blankets, and camp equipage beyond enumeration. Our loss was four killed and three hundred wounded, some of whom afterward died of their wounds. Our wounded warriors attended to, and our spoils gathered, we moved on without delay to our tobacco plantation, as it was now time to gather our crop. We journeyed by way of the fort, and on our road fell in with a party of fifteen Black Foot warriors, who were driving a large drove of hors-

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es they had stolen from the Snakes. We entrapped the enemy into a ditch and killed the whole party, and their recent acquisition came in very serviceably, as our stock of horses was greatly diminished. We found our crop excellent, and, as our numerous hands made light work, our harvest was soon gathered.

We then passed on at our leisure, killing more or less buffalo daily, until we arrived at Tongue River, about the new moon of Leaf Fall. On our way we lost nearly three hundred head of horses, which were stolen by the Black Feet. We did not trouble ourselves to pursue them, as we felt confident they were but lent them, and that they would shortly be returned with good interest. At Tongue River we confederated with our friends, the Grovans, in an attack upon the Cheyenne village; from thence we returned to the Yellow Stone, when I detached a party of one hundred and sixty warriors on an excursion to the Black Foot village, and they returned bringing six hundred fine horses with them. We then passed on to Fort Cass, where we witnessed much dejection and gloom, occasioned by a serious reverse which they had experienced since our last visit. Attacks of the Black Feet on the Fort.—Six White Men killed. —Abandonment of Fort Cass. —Fort constructed at the Mouth of the "Rose Bud". —Removal of the Village. —Peace concluded with the As-ne-boines. —Hairbreadth Escape. —Death of Mr. Hunter, of Kentucky.

WHILE we were indulging in a display of our captured horses while encamped outside the fort, the Spotted Antelope, one of my relatives, came to me, and intimated that I had better visit the fort, as they had lost six men by the Black Feet. He was in mourning-paint for the victims, because the whites were his friends. I dismounted, and passed through the encampment on my way to the gate. As usual, I found my father's lodge, in which my little wife resided, pitched nearest to the fort, with the other lodges of my various relatives grouped in a row, their contiguity to my parent's lodge being graduated by their propinquity of kin. I found Pine Leaf seated by my wife, amusing herself with the Black Panther (whose civilized patronymic was Little Jim), while almost all the other women were dancing. I delayed a moment to inquire why these two women were not dancing with the others. Pine Leaf, with solemn air and quivering lip, said, "Your heart is crying, and I never dance when your heart cries." "Neither do I," said the little woman.

This was a greater concession than the heroine had ever made to me before. She had told me that she would marry me, and she had frequently informed my sisters and my little wife of a similar intention; but this promise was always modified with a proviso —

a contumacious "if," which could never be avoided. "I will marry the Medicine Calf," she would say, "if I marry any man." A great many moons had waxed and waned since she first spoke of the pine leaves turning yellow, but they had not yet lost their verdure, and I had failed to discover a red-handed Indian.

In conversation with Mr. Tulleck, the commandant of the fort, I learned that they had been incessantly harassed by the Black Feet ever since our last visit, who had invested them on all sides, rendering it extremely dangerous for any of the inmates to venture outside the gate. He further informed me that he had had six men massacred and fifty-four horses stolen. He had sent for me, he said, to come and select a new site, where they would be liable to less molestation, and be less in fear of their lives. I consulted with our chiefs and braves upon the selection of a more secure location for a new fort, and it was unanimously agreed upon that the mouth of the Rose Bud, thirty miles lower down the river, offered the best situation, as the country was fair and open all round, and afforded the hostile Indians no good places of concealment. There was also a fine grazing country there, and plenty of buffalo, so that a village of the Crows could winter under the fort, and afford them the protection of their presence.

As soon as the Crows had completed their purchases, I started them up the Big Horn on their way back, with the promise that I would rejoin them in a few days. I then took a boat filled with goods, and twenty men, and dropped down the river until we came across a beautiful location for the new fort. We then returned, and removed the effects of the present fort to the new site, and then immediately set about constructing a new post. We measured off one hundred and eighty yards square, which we inclosed as quickly as possible with hewn timber eighteen feet high, and of sufficient thickness to resist a rifle ball: all the houses required for the accommodation of the inmates were commodiously constructed inside. Having finished the construction of the fort, I gave full instructions for the management of its affairs, and then departed for the village, where my presence was required to incite the Indians to devote themselves to trapping and hunting buffalo, for which service I was paid by the American Fur Company.

As I was about starting, a deputation of fifty As-ne-boines came to the post, leaving a letter from Mr. M'Kenzie at the lower fort addressed to me, requesting me to constrain the As-ne-boines into a treaty of peace with the Crows, in order that their incessant wars might be brought to a close, and the interests of the company less interfered with. Had they arrived earlier, while the village was present at the old fort, I would have immediately called a council of the nation, and had the business settled. I seriously regretted their inopportune arrival, as it not only delayed the conclusion of

the proposed peace, which was in every way desirable, but it would have saved me a very hazardous and anxious journey with the whole deputation of hostile Indians on our way to the village, where I had but one companion as a guarantee for my security. I was aware that the Indians remembered many a horse-borrowing adventure wherein I had taken an active part, and I had had too much experience of Indian character not to appreciate to the full the imminent danger I incurred in trusting myself with this band of savages in our intended journey across the wilderness.

Mr. Kean, a native of Massachusetts, was my companion on this excursion. We started on foot, in company with the party of As-ne-boines. Every thing went well until our fourth day out. We were traveling leisurely along, the Indians in close conversation among themselves, of which I understood but little — not enough to make out the subject of their consultation, though I mistrusted I formed the matter of their discourse. One of the chiefs and his son were a few rods in advance, in close conversation. The party at length halted, and sat down on the grass to smoke. My companion, unsuspicious of evil, started on to kill buffalo while the party rested. The chief and his son, who were in advance, returned, and passed one on each side of me. I instantly heard a gun-click, which I felt certain was the sound of cocking it. I turned my head, and saw the chief's son with his piece leveled ready to shoot. I sprang to my feet, and grasped the barrel of his gun just as he discharged it, the load passing into the air. I drew my battleaxe, and raised it to strike the treacherous rascal down; but a chief arrested my arm, saying, as nearly as I could understand him, "Hold! Don't strike him: he is a fool!" A general melee then ensued among the party; high words were bandied, and there seemed an equal division among them on the propriety of taking my life. By this time I had withdrawn a few yards, and stood facing them, with my rifle ready cocked. On hearing the report, my companion ran back, and, seeing how matters stood, exclaimed, "There is a fort just ahead, let us run and get into it; we can then fight the whole parcel of the treacherous devils."

We started for it, but the Indians were ahead of us; they arrived there first, and took possession of it, and again had a long confab, while we remained at their mercy outside. The party opposed to killing me appeared greatly to predominate, and we were not again molested, though neither I nor Mr. Kean slept one moment during the ensuing night. In the morning we started on our way, but we kept strict watch on their movements. The following afternoon I discovered two Indians on the hill-side, and, although they were at a great distance, I conceived them to be Crows, most likely spies from the village, which proved to be the case. No one had seen them but myself, and I imparted my discovery to my friend. I then told the head chief, who well understood the Crow language, that we were

near the Crow village, and that if any of them should visit our camp during the night, he must be sure to call me before he suffered any of his people to speak to them, or they would be all inevitably massacred. He accordingly issued orders to that purport to all his men, and erected his lodge in front of the party, so as to be the first inquired of by the Crows. I and my partner then lay down, and soon were sound asleep. About midnight the chief shook me, and informed me the Crows were coming. A host of warriors swarmed around our encampment, and, pointing their guns at the camp, said, "What people are you? Bud-da-ap-sa-ro-kee" (we are Sparrowhawks).

"Go back," I replied; "I have other people with me, who are come to make peace." On hearing my voice, which they readily recognized, they retired.

The next morning we moved on and met the village, who were approaching toward us. The Asne-boines, on seeing such a host, began to tremble. Our soldiers came driving along, my brave Dog Soldiers ineffectually striving to keep them back; for, as they restrained them in one place, they broke through in another, until the warriors rode almost upon the toes of their guests. A council was shortly called to listen to the arguments of the envoyé extraordinaire from the As-ne-boine nation. Several of the council applied to me for my sentiments on the subject, but I deferred it to the collective wisdom of the nation.

When I had at first arrived, like many another foolish man, I mentioned to my wife the narrow escape of my life I had just made, and she, like many another foolish woman, unable to contain herself, related the information to Pine Leaf, who was her bosom friend. While the council were busy deliberating, and some explanatory statements had been listened to regarding a matter which I supposed would have afforded no food for discussion, the heroine entered the assembly. "Warriors!" she said, “you are assembled here, I believe, to deliberate on peace or war with the Asne boines. In coming to our village with the Medicine Calf, they attempted to take his life, and came very near accomplishing their end. Will you conclude peace with a people who possess such base hearts? I do not believe you will."

Such an instantaneous change of countenance in an assembly was never before seen. Pine Leaf, the nation's favorite, had spoken, and, as usual, had spoken to the purpose. Though a woman, her influence was every where strongly felt, even in council. She had a gift of speech which the bravest warriors might well envy; she was ever listened to with admiration, and in truth, though young, her judgment on all important matters was generally guided by sound sense.

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Pontius the Pilot. Pilot didn't stick up for Jesus. He just washed his hands instead.

Anyways, Jesus died for our sins, then came back to life again. He went up to Heaven but will be back at the end of the Aluminum. His return is foretold in the book of Revolution. ••••• I was eating with my 10 year old Granddaughter, and I asked her "What day is tomorrow?" Without skipping a beat she said "It's President's Day."

She's smart, so I asked her, "What does President's Day mean?" I was waiting for something about Obama, Bush, or Clinton, etc.

She replied, "President's Day is when the President steps out of the White House, and if he sees his shadow, we have another year of BS!"

You know how bad it hurts when hot coffee spurts out your nose? ••••• Bathtub Test

During a visit to my doctor, I

Man About Town

“Sometimes my wife, Marcia, says I should order business ards that say, “Have Bible, Will Travel.” So says retired Pastor Richard “Dick” Huls.

Dick Huls is a mighty busy man - for a retiree.

To many, retirement conjures up images of someone sitting on a rocking chair on the front porch, gazing out on the neighborhood, taking life easy, and maybe taking a quick nap now and then. Most of my friends who are retired are busier than when they were gainfully employed.

Such is the case with my very good friend, Pastor Dick Huls.

He’s retired. Sort of.

asked him, "How do you determine whether or not an older person should be put in a Nursing Home?"

"Well," he said, "we fill up a bathtub, then we offer a teaspoon, a teacup and a bucket to the person to empty the bathtub." "Oh, I understand," I said. "A normal person would use the bucket because it is bigger than the spoon or the teacup."

"No" he said. "A normal person would pull the plug. Do you want a bed near the window?" ••••• Taking a Drunk Home A guy was in a bar about as drunk as it's possible to get. A group of guys noticed his condition and decide to be good Samaritans and take him home.

First they stood him up to get to his wallet so they could find out where he lives, but he kept falling down. Then he fell down eight more times on the way to the car, each time with a real thud. After they got to his house, he

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He teaches Bible Classes at several North County retirement communities, he conducts regular Sunday services at Fairwinds-Ivey Ranch Retirement Community; he is a frequent speaker at civic and service club gatherings (he’s spoken probably a dozen times at the Hidden Valley Kiwanis Club of Escondido); he’s an apiarist (beekeeper) and knows most everything about bees ... and will keep audiences spellbound as he describes bees, their lives, and what they produce and how. He also lived in Israel for a year and often will speak on matters of the Middle East.

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Every eye in the assembly flashed fire at the intelligence of this contemplated treachery, and was directed first upon me and then upon the As-ne-boines. I immediately arose and said,

"Warriors! I conducted these people to our village because they said they were anxious to make peace with us. While on the road, one young As-ne-boine, whom they declared to be a fool, attempted to shoot me, but the others interfered to prevent him, and were sorry for what he had done. This was no deliberate treachery; it was the folly of the young man, and the party showed their friendly intention by their prompt interference. Do not allow this to make any difficulty in the way of a peace with the As-ne-boines." My obligation to the Fur Company made it my duty to smooth the matter over, for at this moment the slightest whisper from me would have sufficed to hack the whole deputation to pieces in a moment. The council held a short consultation together, and the first councilor arose and thus addressed himself to the chief of the As-neboines:

"As-ne-boines! you behold that chief (pointing to me)? Our women and all our warriors carry him here (holding out his left hand, and indicating the palm with a finger of his right hand); he is our chief; he is our great chief; he and

Oh, and he has a “Dial A Prayer” service (760.746.6611). And this guy is retired!

He has a great sense of humor, a ready and hearty laugh and is great fun to just sit and talk to.

He travels to conventions of pastors, both active and retired, to keep up on the latest in the world of religion and its various faiths. He counsels folks who are depressed, who are having family problems, problems with alcohol or drugs, and/or following the death of a loved one. He still conducts weddings as well as funerals and memorial services.

"Listen, As-ne-boines! If you had killed our chief, our whole nation would have made war on you, and we would have put out your last fire, and have killed the last man of your nation. We would have taken possession of your huntinggrounds; our women would have become warriors against you; we would have hunted you as we hunt the wild beasts. Now go! we will not harm you. Go! We will sleep to-night; but we will not make peace until we sleep, and our hearts have considered upon it. Come to us again when your hearts are clean: they are foul now; and when you come, you must have your tongues straight. You are poor; you have no horses. We have plenty, and will give you horses. I have done. Go!" They made no reply, but went

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quite correct when she suggests Dick Huls get some new business cards that say, “Have Bible, Will Travel.” (Dick is also one of our four pastors who writes a colum in The Paper at least once a month.) If you need Dick’s services (or just want to meet a great new pal, call him at 760.802.4236) ••••• If you’re gonna bad-mouth America you’d better not do it around Charlie Mitich, owner of Charlie’s Restaurant in Escondido.

“It just kills me when I hear someone talking bad about our country,. We may have our faults but this is the greatest country in the world!

He is a retired Naval officer, having reached the rank of Commander. He served as a Chaplain and was able to, and often did, conduct Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish services.

He served for 25 years as Chaplain of the Escondido Police Department and, though no longer its Chaplain, does continue to teach classes to the officers of the department.

his brother (Long Hair), who sits by him, are the two great chiefs of our nation. It is he who has made us great and powerful; it is he who has rendered us the terror of other nations; it is he who, by living with his white friends for many winters, and knowing them all, has brought us guns and ammunition, and taught our young men how to use them. It is he who has built us a fort, where we can at all times go and buy every thing we require. He loves the white man, and has made all the whites to love us. We fight for the whites, and kill their enemies, because they are the friends of our chief. If you had killed him, our nation would have mourned in blood.

Pastor Richard Huls (Retired)

Thus we meet - usually at least once a month - sometimes twice a month ... at the Major Market coffee shop in S. Escondido. Together, Dick and I manage to solve all the world’s problems during those coffee meetings. (If we meet more than twice a month, you just know the world is in BIG trouble!)

So it appears Marcia Huls is

I put my life on the line to come to this country (from thenYugoslavia) - I served in the US Army, moved to Detroit, then to California. I prospered here, raised a family, America has been good to me!” If people would see what it was like to live in ‘the old country’ and then compare it to America, they’d have a better appreciation.

I have a good friend who lives in Arizona. He’s very successful. Built a huge home . . . 13,000 sq. ft., owns a bowling alley and a couple of other businesses. We

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were on the phone the other day and he started bad-mouthing America. I didn’t hang up on him but I was furious. I made some excuse that I had customers to wait on and had to hang up. There were no customers to wait on at the time - I just don’t want to be around when people talk like that about my country. That guy would never have been as successful as he is if he had not left ‘the old country’ and come to America.’

I had never seen Charlie so passionate as during the discussion.

Charlie Mitich, though born and raised in then-Yugoslavia (today Serbia and Macedonia) - is a true American patriot! Not many people I know who are any more patriotic than him. I am proud to know Charlie Mitich. And to call him my friend. ••••• As many of you know, I enjoy dining out . . . and, from time to time I pass out bouquets to restaurants/cafes/delis that offer a great menu and service.

The folks over at Pho Lee, a Vietnamese Restaurant in Escondido at 1700 E. Valley Parkway, deserve your patronage. I’ve eaten there a half dozen times since I first reviewed them about six months ago, shortly after they opened in April of 2015.

Bryan Lee, is part of a partnership of two families, the Lees and the Le families. The Lees having emigrated in 1979. Jennifer Le heads up the other family, her family emigrating around 1985. The first thing that impressed me was how meticulous they had been in building out the restaurant. Spotlessly clean easy to read menu - prices very reasonable, and superb service.

I get in the mood for Pho fairly often (for the uninitiated, Pho is pronounced “Fa” and is Vietnamese noodle soup in chicken broth and, in my case, chicken. You can get it with beef as well. It is a taste that is quickly acquired. Fact is, I shouldn’t be eating that much Pho as it has a lot of carbs in the noodles; carbs convert to sugar easily. I’m a type II diabetic and am supposed to go easy on the carbs and sugar . . . but now and then the Pho mood hits me and off I go to Pho Lee for some super tasty Pho. The majority of clients are Americans of all stripes and hues; probably 30% of their patrons are Asian, including Vietnamese.

There are, of course, many other menu selections besides Pho you’ll find grilled pork, pork chops, meatballs, meatloaf, curry chicken, roasted chicken, shrimp . . . most all dishes come

with rice . . . some carry a bit of Chinese influence ... the won-ton soup, for example, as well as various stir frys.

Another item that a lot of Americans don’t know about, and should, is the Vietnamese sandwich known as Binh Mi they come in beef, pork, chicken, and have some exotic condiments included that make them very tasty. Evelyn and I are partial to the Pork Binh Mi sandwiches . . . and they are only $3.50 to $3.95 - tasty, filling, and inexpensive! Our thanks to the Lee family of Pho Lee . . . and to Michael Chuong, who served us last Saturday evening, and Andrew and Alex Lee, two brothers, all of whom have served us at one time or another., These are good people who put out a good product and service. Give ‘em a try. You’re gonna love ‘em. ••••• Get well wishes to Dave Geary, owner of Dave’s Computer Repair and Sales in Escondido.

He recently underwent surgery for a torn rotator cuff and it’s been a rather painful healing process. One of my family members had similar surgery 16 years ago and she, too, had some painful healing . . . enough that I opted to not have rotator cuff repair surgery . . . mainly because I’m a big wimp. And that’s the reason my right shoulder is almost useless today (all but frozen).

Dave is a mighty active guy, running his computer store, making house and office calls, taking care of his clients, and hopping all over the globe for his humanitarian efforts. He’s been to Jamaica and Tanzania, all on service projects to benefit others. (And these trips were as a civilian. He’s been all over the world as a retired Air Force veteran.) Being from Boston he also brews up a mighty tasty Boston Clam Chowder, or, as he calls it, “Chowdah.”

This healing process has slowed him down . . . but not a whole lot.

What’s the old saying? “It’s hard to keep a good man down?” That fits Dave Geary. A good man. A busy man. A healing man.

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straightway out of the lodge. A horse was furnished to each man; those who were without guns received one, and several articles were presented to them by our women. "Go! go! go!" was dinned in their ears from all present; and, accordingly, they went.

They proceeded immediately to the trading-post, where they gave a stirring narrative of what they had seen. They told them they had seen many chiefs, but never one approaching to the great Crow chief; that all his people loved him; that when he entered the village, all the children ran up to him, and shook him by the hand; and that they had never seen a chief so much respected by his warriors and all his people. They told how, when I arrived, I was presented with the best warhorse they had ever seen; that he had two panther-skins on his saddle, and a collar about his neck trimmed with bears' claws, and a bridle surpassing all they had ever heard of. They said that they would all have been killed on their approach to the village, as the Crows came to the camp during the night; but that the great chief only spoke one word, and the tribe was stilled, and departed in a moment. Not a word did they mention about their attempt on my life. They merely said that the Crows would not make peace with them, but had wished to treat again with them at some future time. I suspect they must have told marvelous tales when they reached home, for we were not

The Next Few Months are Going to be Busy

Enacting new laws and passing a balanced budget are the primary responsibilities of the Legislature. While the budget won’t be finalized until mid-June, the final day to introduce new bills for consideration this year was February 19. As a result, the annual bill deluge in Sacramento is well underway.

As of the 19th, 1,326 Assembly bills were introduced, compared to 1,549 last year. In the Senate, 667 bills have been introduced this year, compared to 805 last year. The total number of bills introduced in both houses this year is 1,993; the total last year was 2,354. For the two-year session so far, the bill total is 4,347, not including special session bills, constitutional amendments or resolutions. Many of these die quickly, often pulled by their author when they fail to generate

troubled with them any more for a long time.

The Crows have something of the Gallic temperament: they must have excitement, no matter whence derived, although the excitement of war suits them by far the best. They were again clamorous for war, they did not care against whom, and I alone must lead them, as my presence was a guarantee of success. Many of my friends opposed my going. My father's medicine told him that I should meet with a great disaster. My wife pleaded with me to remain. Even the heroine, who never before showed reluctance to engage in war, had forebodings of disaster, and earnestly entreated me to stay. But I had previously given my word to my warriors, and had selected one hundred and fifty-four of my best followers to engage in an expedition. I must confess that if I had obeyed my own feelings, or, rather, if I had attended to my own misgivings, I should certainly have staid at home. What motive prompted me to go? and what gain could possibly accrue to mixing with savages in their intestine broils with other savages? However, we started. Little White Bear, as brave a warrior as ever drew bow-string, was my second in command, and Pine Leaf was one of the number. We started for the Black Foot territory, traveling by way of the fort, where we staid three days. They had already finished their pickets, and the work

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support. Many more will create no controversy whatsoever, and will eventually pass by an overwhelming margin. Even so, most bills never become law. Of the 2,354 bills introduced last year, Governor Brown eventually signed 808 into law and vetoed 133.

This year my bill package includes legislation aimed at increasing local water supplies, improving public safety, supporting charter schools, and assisting elder and dependent adult victims of financial crimes. I’ll provide more details about my bills in a future article. Obviously, some of this year’s bills will soon be generating intense debate and commanding lots of public attention. As bill numbers are assigned and the bills are referred to their respective committees, the Legislature’s work will begin in earnest.


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fell down another four times on the way to the door. His wife comes to the door, and one guy says, "We brought your husband home."

The wife asks, "Where's his wheelchair?" ••••• America the great....

I took down my Rebel flag (which you can't buy on eBay any more) and peeled the NRA sticker off the front door. I disconnected my home alarm system and quit the Neighborhood Watch.

I bought two Pakistani flags and put one at each corner of the front yard. Then I purchased the black flag of ISIS (which you CAN buy on eBay) and ran it up the flag pole

Now, the local police, sheriff, FBI, CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, Secret Service and other agencies are all watching my house 24/7. I've NEVER felt safer and I'm saving $69.95 a month that ADT used to charge me. Plus, I bought burkas for my family when we shop or travel. Everyone moves out of the way and security can't pat us down.

Hot Damn — Safe at last — Ain’t America great or what? ••••• Can anyone translate this? Forse Niorsto Pondero Ver

At first, I thought it might be Portugese, but google translator says no!

I studied it for a little while, rearranged the letters, then I had my answer: seems I had the capitalization and spaces wrong. The translation is For Seniors To Ponder Over ••••• THE $9.99 SPECIAL

If you are a senior you will understand this one, if you deal with seniors, this should help you understand them a little better, and if you are not a senior yet ... God willing, someday you will be .... We went to breakfast at a restaurant where the 'seniors' special' was two eggs, bacon, hash browns and toast for $9.99.

'Sounds good,' my wife said. 'But I don't want the eggs.'

“'Then, I'll have to charge you $12.49 because you're ordering a la carte,' the waitress warned her. 'You mean I'd have to pay for not taking the eggs?' my wife

asked incredulously.

'YES!' stated the waitress.

'I'll take the special then,' my wife said..

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

'How do you want your eggs?' the waitress asked. 'Raw and in the shell,' my wife replied.

She took the two eggs home and baked a cake. DON'T MESS WITH SENIORS!

WE'VE been around the block more than once! ••••• Retirement is retirement

One day, while going to the store, I passed by a nursing home. On the front lawn were six old ladies lying naked on the grass, Millie, Nelda, Elma, Lacey, Sippy and Rosie. I thought this was a bit unusual, but continued on my way to the store. On my return trip, I passed the same nursing home with the same six old ladies lying naked on the lawn. This time my curiosity got the best of me, and I went inside to talk to the Nursing Home Administrator. 'Do you know there are six ladies lying naked on your front lawn?'

'Yes,' she said. 'They're retired prostitutes, and they're having a yard sale. ••••• Neighbor's Wife A guy sends a text to his nextdoor neighbor: “Andy:

I'm so sorry. I've been riddled with guilt and I have to confess: I have been helping myself to your wife when you're not around, probably more than you. I know it's no excuse but I don't get it at home. I can't live with the guilt any longer. I hope you'll accept my sincerest apology. It won't happen again." Feeling outrage and betrayed, Andy grabs his gun, goes into the bedroom, and without even a word, shoots his wife.

Moments later the guy gets a second text: "Really should use spell check! That should be "wi-fi"." For Advertising Information or to subscribe, Call (760) 747-7119

Editor’s Note: Our good friend and brilliant researcher and author, Tom Morrow, has come down with Shingles (a very painful ailment. We know. We’ve had the affliction as well). Until Tom gets rid of his Shingles we’ve told him to relax and take it easy. We will reprise some of his greatest columns. Get well soon, Tom!

Reprinted from 1/01/2015: A Most Admired, Yet Reviled Man

By the second decade of the 20th century, Herbert Hoover was the most admired man in America, primarily for his World War I humanitarian relief efforts, but by the third decade, he was one of the most reviled.

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was progressing finely. There were fifty men employed upon it.

Mr. Tulleck inquired where I was going. I told him that my warriors wanted employment, and, to gratify them, I was going to the Black Foot country in quest of scalps or horses. He said, "For God's sake, do not go, Jim! I have a presentiment that a great calamity awaits you-that I shall never see you again. For your own safety, turn back to the village, or rest here." Many of my friends, who were working at the fort, expressed the same sentiments; all mentioned a foreboding that, if I should venture into the Black Foot country with my little force, I should infallibly be cut to pieces. I thought such despondency only natural, since they had been so badly harassed with the enemy that their fears magnified the danger. Still it was singular that both civilized and savage should give way to such forebodings. The morning for our departure came; my warriors were impatient to get on. Some had galloped on ahead, and were prancing and curveting, awaiting my departure. I prepared my going with a heavy heart, which ill fortified me against the representations of my friends. I started, Mr. Tulleck and several of my friends accompanying me a few rods. I bade them

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Born Aug. 10, 1874, in West Branch, Iowa, Herbert Clark Hoover became President of the United States in 1929. Hoover was a mining engineer by profession and came into political prominence as head of the U.S. Food Administration, feeding millions after World War I. In his early life, Hoover was in the inaugural class of Stanford University. When he was promoted to a mining job in China, Hoover married Lou Henry, his Stanford sweetheart. While in China, the Hoovers learned Mandarin Chinese and used it during their tenure in the White House to keep eavesdroppers from listening to their private conversations. In June 1900, the fighting from the Boxer Rebellion trapped the Hoovers in Tianjin. Hoover personally guided rescuing U.S. Marines around Tianjin. In 1909, Hoover published his university lectures at Columbia and Stanford, which became a standard textbook. By 1914, Hoover was a wealthy man, with an estimated personal fortune of $4 million.

When World War I began, Hoover vaulted onto the world stage organizing the escape of 120,000 Americans from war-torn Europe. He distributed food, clothing, steamship tickets and cash to return home. For the next two years, Hoover worked from London, administering the distribution of over 2 million tons of food to 9 million Belgium war victims. In 1917, when the United States entered the war, President Woodrow Wilson appointed Hoover to head the U.S. Food Administration.

After the war, Hoover organized shipments of food to millions of starving people in Central Europe as well as providing aid to the defeated German nation, plus relief to famine-stricken areas of Russia.

The New York Times named Hoover one of the "Ten Most Important Living Americans." The Democratic Party saw Hoover as a potential Presidential candidate; President Wilson privately preferred Hoover as his successor. However, Hoover became the leading Republican candidate and was elected in 1928, by a landslide.

When the Wall Street Crash of 1929 struck less than eight months after Hoover took office, he tried to combat the ensuing Great Depression with government projects such as the Hoover Dam. A downward economic spiral set the stage for Hoover's 1932 reelection defeat by Franklin D.

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good-by: my friend Tulleck's eyes filled with tears. I was seized with momentary hesitation: what did all this portend? I looked round for my moccasin-bearer; he had gone on: this determined me; I dashed off to my warriors, resolved to listen to no such idle fears.

There was a young gentleman with me named Hunter, a Kentuckian, who, having a great curiosity to witness an Indian battle, insisted on joining in the expedition. The first night that we were encamped, being influenced by what I had heard all around me, and fearing some disaster might happen to him among us, I begged of him to go back to the fort and await our return there. He refused to listen to me. We then offered him as many of our best horses as he might wish to select after our return, as an inducement for him to be hired to go back. But all in vain. "I have started with you," he said, "and I will go; if I am to lose my life, there is no help for it." My warriors did not wish him to go, as they feared a white man might bring us bad luck. Some expressed a fear that he might be killed with us, and that I should then cry. He was a free trapper in the country, and much respected at the fort.

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ry examination, we concluded consisted of but few lodges. At midnight we abstracted a large drove of about seven hundred horses, and started directly upon our return. We did not drive so fast as is customary on such occasions, for we thought that the few Black Feet that the village contained could be easily disposed of, should they venture to molest us.

About ten the next morning, our spies, being about six hundred yards in advance of us, signaled to us to hasten, as they had discovered some men. We accelerated our speed, thinking there might be a chance of adding a few scalps to our present booty. Having advanced a few hundred yards, we discovered more Black Feet than we had bargained for, and I became aware that a terrible battle must ensue. The whole scene appeared alive with them, outnumbering us ten to one. There was not a moment to lose. I directed all the boys to drive on the horses with the utmost speed possible, and to await us two days at the fort; if we should not arrive during that time, to go home and report to the village that we were all slain. I also requested Mr. Hunter to select the best horse in the herd, and go with the boys. But he refused, saying, if there was any fighting in the wind, he wanted to have his hand in it. I then endeavored to persuade the heroine to go, but was answered with an emphatic "No!"

The boys started with the horses, but only succeeded in reaching the fort with about two hundred. We had a very poor chance for defending ourselves against such an overwhelming force as was then before us in an open fieldfight. There was no fort, nor breast-work, nor rocks, nor bushes to protect us, but we were exposed to the storm of bullets and arrows that they poured upon us without ceasing. At last we discovered a large hole in front of a hill, and we all leaped into it for shelter. The enemy, confident of an easy victory, displayed great bravery for Black Feet. They charged up to the very brink of our intrenchment, discharging their volleys at us in lines, which, considering the advantage of their position, produced comparatively little effect. One of my warriors repeatedly ran out of the intrenchment alone, and drove all before him. Exasperated at my cursed misadventure, and absolutely sickening at the scene of mourning we should occasion at the village, I grew desperate, and lost all consideration of safety. I sprang from the gully, and rushed singly among a crowd of besiegers; wherever I advanced the enemy drew back. It was truly astonishing to see three or four hundred recede, and many of them fairly run, as often as two or three of us showed ourselves at the top of the bank, when they might have burned us to death with the powder from the muzzles of their guns. They seemed to be panic-struck or bewildered. The warrior who had charged so often among them had his thigh broken; he then sat down and tantalized them. He told them who he was, how many of their warriors' scalps he had taken, and at what times; how many of their squaws and horses he had captured; and then desired them to come and

finish him, and take his scalp, for it had long been forfeit to them. He reminded me of the words of the poet, which I had read when at home: "Remember the wood where in ambush we lay, And the scalps which we bore from your nation away; Remember the arrows I shot from my bow, And remember your chiefs by my hatchet laid low."

He was soon killed, being pierced with numerous arrows and bullets.

An old brave in the pit exclaimed, "Let us not stay in this hole to be shot like dogs; let us go out and break through the ranks of the Black Feet. They can not kill us all; some will get away. I will go foremost; I can break through their ranks alone."

Some hundreds of the enemy had climbed the hill, as they could not half of them get to the side of the pit, and thence they showered volleys of stones upon us, which annoyed us more than their bullets. At length, Little White Bear desired the old brave to lead, and we would follow and break through their line. I requested Hunter to keep as near the front as possible when we made the charge, as he would incur less danger of being cut down. He took his place accordingly. Out we rushed from the pit, the old warrior leading the way, and hewing down right and left, until the enemy finally opened their column and suffered us to pass through. We left twenty-four of our party behind, either killed in the pit, or cut down in forcing their column. I was near the rear, and, after passing a short distance from their line, I came upon poor Hunter, who had his back broken by a ball, and was in a dying condition. I asked him if he was badly hurt; he answered, “Yes, I am dying; go on and save yourself: you can do me no good." When the Little Bear came up to him, he sat down by his side and refused to leave him. He said, "I will die with my white friend, and go with him to the spirit land."

I looked and saw him fall over upon the body of poor Hunter; he was also killed. Pine Leaf had cut her way through in advance of me, and was dodging first one way and then the other, as she awaited for me to cut up.

"Why do you wait to be killed?" she inquired. "If you wish to die, let us return together; I will die with you."

We continued our retreat for a few miles, but the enemy no longer molested us; he had not followed us more than two hundred yards. We had left all our robes behind us in the pit, that we might not be burdened with them in our charge. The weather was extremely cold, and we halted to build a large fire, which we rested by all night, warming one side at a time.

The old brave who led the assault lost a son in the strife; he continued to sing all the way until he

became hoarse, and he could sing no more. He prayed to the Great Spirit to give him an opportunity to avenge his loss, which prayer was accorded several times over during the ensuing winter. The heroine lost one joint off the little finger of her right hand, amputated with a bullet; the little finger of her other hand she had cut off at the death of her twin-brother. Fortunately, I had saved my capote, and I gave it to her to wear, as she was suffering severely with the cold. We also killed several buffaloes on our way to the fort, and made wrappers of the raw hides for many of the men; still a number were badly frozen in their bodies and limbs. This was my Russian campaign. I lost more men, and suffered more from the cold on this expedition, than in any other in which I had command either before or since.

The boys reached the fort with the horses before we did. They had more than enough to mount us all on our way home. There was great joy at the fort at our return in such numbers, as they had supposed it impossible for one of us to escape.

When I left the lamented Hunter upon the field, he said, "Jim, when you pass this way, I ask you to take my bones to the fort, and have them buried. Write home to my friends, and inform them of my fate. Goodby! Now go and save yourself." "It shall be done," I said; and the following spring it was done as I had promised. We rested at the fort four or five days to recruit ourselves. While staying there, a party of thirty warriors from Long Hair's village came to see how they were progressing with the fort. There were some in my party who belonged to that village, and they returned with them. They also informed us where our village was, as it had been removed during our absence. Having provided ourselves with robes in the place of those we had left behind, we started onward with dejected feelings, and in deep mourning.

On our arrival we found the village likewise in mourning. They had lost four warriors by the Black Feet while resisting an attempt to steal our horses. When informed of our disaster, there was a general renewal of their lamentations; more fingers were lopped, and heads again scarified. The Medicine Calf had been defeated, and for some hidden cause the Great Spirit was again wroth with the Crows. Meteoric Shower.—Its Effect upon the Indians.—Their Sacrifice to the Great Spirit.—Continued Hostilities with the Black Feet.—A Black Foot burned in the Crow Village.—Visit to the Fort.

IN case any captious "elders of the congregation" had been inclined to throw the blame of my recent disaster upon my shoulders, I was provided with a sufficient portent to screen me from consequences.

Journey West Cont. on Page 13


The Paper • Page 10 • March 03, 2016 HVCCA Presents Coastal Cities Jazz Band Concert

In celebration of their 70th season in Escondido, presenting concerts since 1945, the Hidden Valley Community Concert Association (HVCCA) is proud to announce that the Coastal Cities Jazz Band (CCJB) will be at the Center Theater of the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, for a concert at 2pm (doors open at 1pm), on Sunday, March 20th. Since 1997 the CCJB has been playing swing and big band tunes all over Southern California and Arizona. Under the direction of Gary Adcock, they will feature female and male singers with 17 of the best musicians from San Diego performing songs from the 40’s and 50’s. Order tickets at 800.988.4253, online at www.artcenter.org, or in person at the box office. All seats are reserved. Regular price is $20; seniors $15; military, students and children $10. For 10 or more tickets, 15% discount. For information about HVCCA, visit www.hiddenvalleyCCAescondi do.info.

JOAN BAIRD, Honored by International Sorority

Meet one of the newest recipients of the International Award of Distinction (IAD), the highest honor that Beta Sigma Phi Sorority bestows on active members.

International, and was a grade school teacher in this area for more than 30 years. Congratulations to Joan Baird; we’re mighty proud of you!

Treasure Chest of Books – The Kiwanis Club of Sunrise Vista has put 6,000 books in several Vista schools since 2003, in the Treasure Chest of Books program. When a child does something outstanding in their class, they get to pick out a book from the Treasure Chest and take it home as their very own. Pictured are Pete McHugh, the Kiwanis Club chairman for the Treasure Chest of Books project; Lisa Hoffman, Librarian at Casita Magnet for Technology and Science School; and Elizabeth Jaka, Kiwanis Club president.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00005606-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Suyet Amairany Peralta Diaz filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Suyet Amairany Peralta Diaz to Proposed name Suyet Amairany Echevarria. 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: April 12, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated Feb 22 2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 2/25, 3/03, 3/10 & 3/17/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

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The name of the business: East Village Asian Diner, East

Village Asian Diner, Inc., located at 628 S. Coast Hwy 101,

Encinitas, Ca. 92024. This business is hereby registered by

the following:

ORDINANCE INTRODUCED Ordinance No. 2016-1423

Ordinance No. 2016-1423 an ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos amending sections 20.205.030(D) and 20.600.030 of Title 20 of the San Marcos Municipal Code (Zoning Ordnance) to prohibit the Commercial Cultivation of Marijuana and all associated uses in all zones within the City of San Marcos. Ordinance No. 2016-1423 was introduced on February 23, 2016, and will be presented to the City Council for adoption on March 8, 2016. 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: 3/3/2016

Public Notice

East Village Asian Diner, Inc.

628 S. Coast Hwy 101

Encinitas, Ca. 92024

This business is conducted by a corporation.

The first day of business was 2/11/10.

Bonsall Woman’s Club Increases Membership

Arlene Rutherford, Membership Chair, hosted a New Member’s Luncheon at her home for the Bonsall Woman’s Club recently, with the Board members providing the lunch. Discussions centered around the Club activities and events, learning more about each other, and the benefits of belonging to a Woman’s Club, with information from Pat Harvey about the General Federation of Women’s Club (GFWC) and California Federation of Women’s Clubs (CFWC). For more informa-

/s/Daniel Bohlen, President

This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg

Jr., County

2/12/2016

Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on

2/25, 3/03, 3/10 & 3/17/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-002463 The name of the business: Romo Glass Installation, located at 1360 Foothill Dr. #4, Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Romualdo Lobato Pozos 1360 Foothill Dr. #4 Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Romualdo Lobato Pozos This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 1/28/2016 2/25, 3/03, 3/10 & 3/17/2016

tion about BWC, visit www.bonsallwomansclub.org, a 501(c)3 organization. The Club meets the first Thursday of the month at the Golf Club of California, 3742 Flowerwood Lane, Fallbrook, with social starting at 9am, followed by business meeting and lunch. For lunch reservations, contact Jeannie at 760.295.6618.

More photos and stories from The Social Butterfly on Page 11

Notice is hereby given the undersigned intends to sell the personal property of Cody Matthews, Stacey M. Evans, Connor Evans & Melanie St. Amant to be disposed of as a “whole lot only”described in part below to enforce a lien imposed on said property pursuant to Civil Code Section 1988. The undersigned will sell at public sale by competitive bidding on March 16, 2016 at 7:30 A.M. at premises where said property has been stored and located at 935 Viletta Dr Escondido, CA 92027 County of San Diego, State of California. Bidding will begin at $700. List of items but not limited to: clothes, toys, tools, brown sofa (torn), vintage maple dresser w/mirror, waterbed wall unit only w/drawers underneath, Ikea tromsö loft bed, unfinished pine armoire&pine entertainment ctr, mission style TV stand, small kitchen table (pine top&green legs),Keurig, Panini grill, kitchen odds/ends,printer,2 CRT TV’s, Nook, patio furniture, homemade stone waterfall (from plastic milk crates),other personal contents. Pictures can be viewed at https://youtu.be/LEMkROHgOT4 All items are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS condition," with NO warranty or guarantee, expressed or implied, "with all faults" at the time of the sale, including any hidden defects of any nature. The seller makes no representations, warranties, or guarantees whatsoever, express or implied, regarding the nature, value, source, authenticity, fitness, merchantability, functionality and/or any other aspect or characteristics of the items sold by Richard & Leilani Bellamy & seller is not liable to any Buyer or to any thirdparty under a theory of products liability, pub: 3-3-16,3/10/16 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

#2016-003558

The name of the business: Fitzgeral Plumbing, located at

28043 Oak Ranch Rd., Escondido, CA. 92026. This busi-

ness is hereby registered by the following:

Shamrock Water Solutions

28043 Oak Ranch Rd.

Escondido, CA. 92026

This business is conducted by a corporation.

The first day of business was 9/02/2013.

/s/James D. Fitzgerald, President

This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg

Jr.,

County

2/05/2016

Clerk/Recorder

3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016

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Joan has shown her enthusiasm for all things Beta Sigma Phi; way too many to list here. A member since 1973, she is currently in the Laureate Alpha Kappa Chapter in Escondido. She has held every office and chaired every committee several times, in both the chapters she has been in and the Councils as well. In 2005 she chaired the California State Convention. She was honored at the September 2015 Mission California Council Brunch, and in October 2015 was honored at a luncheon given by chapter and Hidden Valley Vista Council members. In addition to Sorority, Joan is a member of the Pacific Belles Chorus of Sweet Adelines

Pictured, first row, l-r: Jeanne Picard, Lynn Herndon, Brandi Morann, Melissa Penn, Peggy Durling. Second row, l-r: Bobbi Bixby, Julia Van Loon, Cindy Wilson, Marianne Martini, Cindy Campbell, Michele Monson, Monica Johnson, and Lisa Hasvold. Not shown: Bonnie Urso, Susan Rusthoven, Diane Murray, and Julie Murray. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-004909 The name of the business: Pizzamaniac, located at 1461 #103 N. Santa Fe Ave.,Vista, CA. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Steven and Pamela Phillips 1451 Sunrise Dr. Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Partnership. The first day of business was 2/1/2016. /s/Pamela J. Phillips, General Partner This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/22/2016 2/25, 3/03, 3/10 & 3/17/2016

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The Paper • Page 11 • March 03, 2016 centers. To show these heroes that their dedication and sacrifice is appreciated, CWONC joined other members of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs by participating in the National Salute to Veteran Patients. Members included handwritten notes in Valentine’s Day Cards that were delivered to the Oceanside VA Medical Center.

Vista Woman’s Club Initiated New Members

The Woman’s Club of Vista initiated three new members in a candlelight luncheon ceremony at the Shadowridge Golf Club in Vista. L-R: new members holding candles are Mary Murphy, Suzy Long, and Eleanor Hutchins. Sponsoring members are Judy Bird, Judy Pantazo, Kay Silverman, Nancy B Jones. Shadowridge Golf Club is where the Club will be celebrating its 100th anniversary on Sunday, April 17th from 2-5pm, with wine, hors d’oeuvres, dessert, live music, raffle, and auction of a Firehouse Dinner for Eight. Admission, $45/person, $80/ couple. Visit womansclubofvista@gmail.com, call 760.470.3568, or visit www.womansclubofvista.org.

CWONC Participates in Canine Companions Graduation

Recently four members of Contemporary Women of North County (CWONC) attended the Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) Graduation Ceremony in Oceanside. Members baked over 300 cookies for the ceremony. The event was especially memorable for CWONC as club member Kathleen King handed over CCI puppy “Alaska” for advanced training, after months of home training. Canine Companions is a nonprofit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support. On-line donations can be made at any time to www.cci.org. Visit www.cwonc.org. Pictured l-r Marianne Valencia, Kathleen King, Pam Irwin, and Rebecca Buchen.

Pictured: Alana Graff, Linda Ramos, Simon Rodriguez, Savannah Graff, Alyssa Graff, Anthony Mueller

Awards went to Alanna Graff, 5th grade, Coastal Academy; Simon Rodriguez, 7th grade, St. Patrick’s; Savannah Graff, 8th grade, Coastal Academy; Christopher Columbus Award, Alyssa Graff, Mission Vista High School. The DAR Good Citizen Awards, given to graduating seniors, went to David Le, Serra High School; Tera Capro, Mission Vista High School; Anthony Mueller, Oceanside High School. Unfortunately, Tera and David were unable to attend the meeting. Vista Woman’s Club Had Speaker from Heifer Int’l

A recent luncheon speaker for The Woman’s Club of Vista was Frances Hale, Community Engagement Coordinator for Heifer International, a nonprofit which provides livestock and training to families in need all over the world. For example, each family who receives an animal agrees to give one of their animal’s offspring to another family, who repeats the same procedure. Frances spoke of her recent travels to Honduras to learn of Heifer’s many successful accomplishments. www.wom-

Pictured l-r: Club Member April Rosemeyer; Frances Hale; Club Member Judy Pantazo

DAR Holds Student Awards Meeting

The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), recently held their annual student awards meeting where Chapter Regent, Linda Ramos, presented certificates, medals and monetary awards. American History Essay

Pictured l-r: CWONC Military Support Program CoChairmen, Jean Smithers & Gina Tashjian

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The Paper

• Page 12 • March 03, 2016

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.

Palomar College Planetarium

Olga Diaz

Council Member, Represents District 3

Tourists to our region normally visit Safari Park, the Center for the Arts and Grand Avenue. Less known is a hidden gem that locals should visit every chance they get. The Palomar College Planetarium is one of the largest in California and it is open to the public on Friday nights.

advance and prices range from $4$6 (can’t beat that). For those who love all things celestial, there is a gift shop offering space and science related wonders. All funds collected are re-invested in public education and outreach. I encourage you to visit soon and as often as you can.

For more information, or to purchase tickets to a Friday night This could be a great place to show, visit the planetarium website If you’ve never been to one, a impress your date or your kids (5 at:http://www.palomar.edu/planetar planetarium is a specially designed and older). Tickets are sold in ium/default.htm ‘Social Butterfly’ Cont. from Page 3

Escondido. Display products/services at a sponsor table for $75. Appetizers and cash bar; members free; non-members $20; reservations requested by the Escondido Chamber at 760.745.2125 or escondidochamber.org.

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type of movie theater with a dome ceiling. Films about moons, stars and space exploration are projected on the ceiling and seats recline to allow comfortable viewing of the film above. After viewing a film, guests are invited to view the night sky using telescopes out on the deck.

“Dear Sea, Love Me” Exhibit on Display – Now through May 23rd, a collection of woodcuts by artist Julie Goldstein, titled “Dear Sea, Love Me” are on display at the California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) Kellogg Library, 333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road. The exhibit area is on the third floor; is free and open to the public during all library hours. An exhibition open house will be on Thursday, March 10, from 11:30am-1pm in the Library Gallery. Attendees can view the artwork, speak individually with the artist, and enjoy light refreshments. Class visits or guided tours are available upon request. Contact the Library at context@csusm.edu or visit the artist’s website.

VCMS Presents Musical “Into the Woods Jr.” – Friday, March 11th, is opening night where the Valley Center Middle School will present onstage the Stephen Sondheim musical “Into the Woods Jr.” There will be four shows; show dates are Fridays, March 11th and 18th at 6:30pm, and Sundays, March 13th and 20th at 2pm. Producer, Rich Horn, VCMS teacher; directed by Toni Montross, VC substitute teacher; musical direction by Laralee Beck, VCMS/VCHS music teacher, together with 34 students have logged more than 2,400 man-hours preparing for this show. Tickets are $7 at the door, with proceeds supporting the ongoing Spring Musical Program for VCMS. The show is in the VCMS Multi-Purpose Room; flowers, raffles, candygrams, and meal items will be available for purchase. The spring musical is a self-funded after-school event each year; funds raised will seed next year’s musical. Donations and support are greatly appreciated. For more info about the show or how to get involved, contact the VCMS Drama Boosters at vcdramaboosters@gmail.com, or P.O.Box 1672, VC 92082. The school is located at

28102 N. Lake Wohlford Road, VC 92082.

Library’s 2nd Saturday Concert Series Presents Judy Taylor – On Saturday, March 12th at 3pm, Judy Taylor will perform in the Turrentine Room at Escondido Public Library with her country swing band, The Wild Oats, and will showcase their blend of country, Cajun, and rock & roll music. Her talents are many, including guitar playing. Learn more at judytaylormusic.com. The 2nd Saturday Concert Series runs through May and features an array of classical, jazz, and other diverse musical styles. April’s concert is classical music of Quartetto Sorrento. For more information about this and future performances, visit library.escondido.org/concerts, or contact Librarian David Frazee at 760-839-4839. These concerts are free, open to the public, and sponsored by Friends of the Library, located at 239 S. Kalmia St, Escondido. For more information about other Library programs and services, visit

The Pastor Says . . .

‘Social Butterfly’ Cont. on Page 14

from this earthly life.

Kringle is pet of the week at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. He’s a 1 year old, 33 pound, Boxer / Hound mix.

Kringle loves other dogs and spending time with people. He enjoys prancing through the house to show off his stuffed toys. When it’s time to relax, he will climb up on the couch for a nap with his family. Kringle was transferred to Rancho Coastal Humane Society through the Friends of County Animal Services program.

The $145 adoption fee for Kringle includes medical exam, vaccinations, neuter, and microchip. For more information call 760-753-6413, visit Rancho Coastal Humane Society at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas, or log on to SDpets.org.

Topaz, an 8-year-old Siberian Husky/Smooth Coat Collie mix, is looking for a good ball to fetch and an even better family to throw it for him! Aside from his piercing blue eyes and strikingly handsome features, Topaz is the goofiest boy who can’t wait to share his exuberance for life with a loving family. True to his breed, he has a lot of energy and would love an active lifestyle where he can go on daily walks and the occasional running or hiking trip. He’s incredibly intelligent and knows sit, shake, down, stay, come, and will catch treats mid-air. Topaz would do best in a home without other dogs. Topaz is available for adoption at the San Diego Humane Society’s Escondido Campus, 3450 E. Valley Parkway. To learn more about making Topaz part of your family, call (760) 888-2275 or visit www.sdhumane.org.

Pastor Richard Huls (Retired)

History Still Speaks

As a pastor, I try to keep up with the church events being celebrated by most Christian and Jewish communities. During the month of March, both communities celebrate historical events connected to their faith – the Jews with Passover, giving them a unique deliverance from bondage and slavery under the Egyptians around 1300 B.C and, for the Christians, it is the resurrection of Jesus, the Biblical Messiah also known as the Son of God, who delivers His believers from the bondage of sin and death, giving the promise of a resurrection

These two historical events have given impetus to the continued existence of the Jewish community and the development of the Christian Church all over the world. They are the foundations for the spirit and vitality of millions of people. For the Jew, it is the promise of survival against the odds of anti-semitism, Jew bashing, and a meaningful place in the world as a people of purpose in God’s plan for mankind. For the Christian, it is to see this world as a temporal existence, often filled with pain, suffering, rejection, persecution, and death, but also a living hope that the power of Jesus’ resurrection will give a perfected life to their mortal bodies in their resurrection.

Each month we can focus on a different idea and belief, but these two historical events, both out of a common heritage, give the month of March a special significance for these two religious groups.


The Paper

• Page 13 • March 03, 2016

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

San Marcos • Mayor Jim Desmond

City to celebrate 25th San Marcos Trails Day

To celebrate the 2 5 t h anniversary of San Marcos Trails Day, the city’s Community Services Department will sponsor two “Discover San Marcos Hikes” on Saturday, March 5.

seven-mile hike with more than 1,000foot elevation gain will be offered to Double Peak Park via the Cima Loop Trail and La Plaza Drive.

An easy two-mile hike will visit Discovery Lake and the Discovery Creek trails. A more challenging

For more information on hikes or the city’s trails, please visit www.sanmarcos.net or call 744-9000, ext. 3535.

Hike participation is free and will begin at 9 am; hikers can start signing in at 8:30 am. Hikers will meet at the trail staging area, Santa Barbara Drive south of Craven Road and Orchid Avenue.

An adult must accompany all minors. Sturdy walking shoes are recommended; bring water, sunscreen and trail snacks. Dogs must be on a maximum 6-foot leash at all times. The hike is subject to cancellation in the event of rain. Don’t forget to share your hiking moments on Instagram at sanmarcoscity and hashtag #discoverSanMarcos.

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

‘Tom Morrow’ Cont. from Page 8

Roosevelt. For the remainder of the decade the public generally blamed the nation’s economic woes on Hoover.

Hoover left the White House with some bitterness as Democratic politicians found Hoover to be a convenient scapegoat. Even Roosevelt engaged in various petty acts such as having Hoover's name struck from the Hoover Dam, which would officially be known as Boulder Dam for many years to come.

Following World War II, Hoover became friends with President Harry S. Truman. Because of Hoover's previous experience with Germany at the end of World War I, President Truman selected the former president to ascertain Germany’s food status. While leaders from both political arenas had written off Hoover for being politically dead, in 1947, Truman appointed him to head a commission designed to foster greater efficiency throughout the federal bureaucracy. As a writer, among his literary works is “The Ordeal of Woodrow Wilson,” which became a bestseller. Hoover died on Oct. 20, 1964, at the age of 90. Though historians continue to rank Hoover in the lower half of successful Presidents, closer scrutiny will

show the 31st President’s body of work and contributions to mankind far surpasses most of his White House counterparts.

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Survey Provides Insight on Vista

Recently, the City of Vista reached out to residents by way of a telephone survey to find out what they think about Vista’s quality of life and their priorities relating to city services. The city hired a professional research firm to conduct the survey and participants were selected at random. The results provide a representation of residents’ views from every zip code, age group, and neighborhood and their satisfaction ratings on city services, parks, facilities, and quality of life. Vista residents are satisfied with the services the city provides, their overall quality of life, and the di-

rection the city is moving.

Residents, those who have lived in the city for a long time and those who have recently moved to Vista, placed the highest importance on maintaining Vista’s roads, managing traffic, fire protection and sheriff services, and supporting a healthy business climate. While residents from all ages ranked the quality of Vista’s parks as a “high importance”, younger residents tended to feel the focus should be on recreational youth amenities and facilities. The survey, the first conducted in over 20 years, is providing a baseline to compare against in future tracking. The full report is available on the city website.

Oceanside • Mayor Jim Wood

Dixieland Jazz Concert

On Saturday, March 5th, the Library will present a free Dixieland Jazz concert by Dapper Dixie in the Civic Center Library Community Rooms, located at 330 N. Coast Highway. Performance time will be 1:00 pm and free parking is available in the Civic Center parking garage.

The style of music known as Dixieland Jazz originated in the early 1900s and was influenced by ragtime, military brass bands, the Blues and Gospel music. Comprised of local musicians, Dapper Dixie will delight the audience with the uplifting sounds of good old fashioned Dixieland

Journey West Cont. from Page 9

After quitting the fort on our way to Little Box Elder (as before related), and while exhausting all my powers of persuasion to induce Mr. Hunter to return, we observed a remarkable meteoric shower, which filled us all (more particularly my followers) with wonder and admiration. This was at our first encampment after leaving the fort in the latter end of October, 1832. Although my warriors were ready to face death in any form, this singular phenomenon appalled them. It was the wrath of the Great Spirit showered visibly upon them, and they looked to me, in quality of medicine chief, to interpret the wonder. I was as much struck with the prodigious occurrence, and was equally at a loss with my untutored followers to account for the spectacle. Evidently I must augur some result therefrom, and my dejected spirits did not prompt me to deduce a very

Jazz music. I encourage you to arrive early for this concert and take advantage of our fine eating establishments in downtown Oceanside. Mary’s Restaurant, Petite Madeline Bakery and That Boy Good BBQ are just a few within walking distance of the Civic Center Plaza. Doors for this free concert open at 12:45 pm and seating is open. You may also want to mark your calendars for the last musical performance of the spring, taking place on April 23rd and featuring Jarabe Mexicano (Music of Mexico). For more information on Library programs and services, please call 760-435-5600 or visit www.oceansidepubliclibrary.org.

encouraging one. I thought of all the impostures that are practiced upon the credulous, and my imagination suggested some brilliant figures to my mind. I thought of declaring to them that the Great Spirit was pleased with our expedition, and was lighting us on our way with spirit lamps; or that these meteors were the spirits of our departed braves, coming to assist us in our forthcoming fight. But I was not sanguine enough to indulge in any attractive oratory. I merely informed them I had not time to consult my medicine, but that on our return to the village I would interpret the miracle to them in full. On our arrival, I found the people's minds still agitated with the prodigy. All were speaking of it in wonder and amazement, and my opinion was demanded respecting the consequences it portended. Admonished by my defeat, I had no trouble in reading the stars. I

Journey West Cont. on Page 17


The Paper • Page 14 • March 03, 2016 had become comfortable with their XP PCs and applications and were hanging on to them. The PC industry had become accustomed to three year cycles when Microsoft would release a new OS and stimulate the sales of new PCs, peripherals and applications.

Paul & Nome Van Middlesworth, The Computer Factory

www.computerfactorysanmarcos.com

The Rocky Road to Win10. Part II

Last week we traced three decades of Microsoft dominance in PC OS (operating systems) and how that long term success seems to have isolated them from the real needs of their end users. With 92% of the World’s PCs running Microsoft’s OS, they had the inside track to integrate applications and services like “Office” and Internet Explorer. In early 2000 Microsoft, the World’s most valuable company, had become a “spoiled child” with a “build it and they will come” attitude. By 2007 everyone was happy with Windows XP, well nearly everyone. Dell, HP and the rest of the PC industry were very unhappy. XP had been around for six years, nearly twice as long as any previous Microsoft OS. Business and home users

‘Social Butterfly’ Cont. from Page 12 library.escondido.org.

North County African Violet Society to Meet – On Monday, March 14, at 10:30am, the African Violet Society will meet in the community room of the Vista Library, 700 Eucalyptus Ave. The program will be about mixing your own soil and started mix, by Barbara Conrad who will bring the ingredients. The Culture class will be Susan Cook to show how to cultivate Alstomesia (Persian Lillies). Free violets will be given out; there will be an auction, raffle and door prizes. Tea, coffee and snacks will be furnished by the Club. Contact Pauline at 760.433.4641 or email paulinemueller520@yahoo.com.

Former Secret Service Agent to Speak at Happy Hour Politics – When Happy Hour Politics (HHP) meets on Wednesday, March 16th, their President, Melanie Burkholder, will speak on the topic “On the Campaign Trail… as a Secret Service Agent!” Melanie served six years as a Special Agent (SA) in the Department of Homeland Security with the United States Secret Service, which included protection details for the President, Vice-President, and many foreign dignitaries. In addition, SA Burkholder was an integral part of an investigation into an international identity theft organization based in Nigeria. HHP events are held the third Wednesday each month from 6pm–8pm at The Crossings, 5800 The Crossings Dr, Carlsbad. The $20 cash cover charge includes appetizers; drinks available for purchase. For more information, email hhpcbad@gmail.com. Check Happy Hour Politics on Facebook, or on Twitter @hhpcbad. RSVP by Wednesday, March 9th.

Plates for Eight – Having lunch? Members, you are invited to attend the Chamber’s networking event for new business contacts and building relationships during lunch at Mi Guadalajara, 525 W. Second Ave., Escondido, from 11:30am to 1pm, on Wednesday, March 16th. This one is hosted by Treva Whalen of Westmont Court. Space is limited; reservations required. Contact the

Microsoft was under tremendous pressure from the PC industry to end the six year drought and release a new OS in 2007. Microsoft’s “propeller heads” decided that they were going to tell users what they needed rather than ask them what they wanted so in 2007 Bill Gates introduced “Vista,” as “the best operating system ever.” Users came to the opposite conclusion and Windows Vista became the biggest OS flop to date. It even eclipsed Microsoft’s 2000 disaster, Windows ME (“Millennium Addition” AKA “Microsoft Edsel.”)

tops) continued to grow from 2009 through 2011 but flattened in 2012 and began to decline in 2013. Mobile products (tablets and smart phones) were beginning to steal market share from PCs. Microsoft could see the “handwriting on the wall.” While Microsoft’s OS ran 92% of the World’s PCs, they had only a 3% market share in mobile devices (smart phones and tablets). With PC sales in decline and mobile device sales surging they needed a strategy to increase their presence in mobile devices.

might be inclined to buy a Windows phone or tablet. Microsoft knew that Windows 8 had nothing new to offer PC users and they knew that users would not like the cumbersome tiles and touch screen oriented user interface. They simply didn’t care. They reasoned that there wasn’t a viable alternative to the Windows OS and their users had nowhere else to go. Windows 8 was intended to do nothing for users, it was all for Microsoft.

Windows 8 was designed to do exactly that. Microsoft reasoned that if they could get PC users familiar with the appearance of the Windows “touch screen” user interface, then Windows users

Windows 8/8.1 was an even bigger flop than Vista. Retail sales fell by 20% and Microsoft’s share of the mobile business dropped below 3%. Next week we continue down the “Rocky road to Windows 10.”

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00003367-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Briana Mendoza filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present names: Gabriela Jayda Griepp and Isabela Serena Griepp to Proposed names Gabriela Jayda Mendoza and Isabela Serena Mendoza. 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: March 22, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated Feb 02 2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00003785-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Manuel Provencio filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Manuel Provencio to Proposed name Manuel Chavez. 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: March 22, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated Feb 04 2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 2/11, 2/18, 2/25 & 3/03/2016

By 2009 the “Vista” consumer revolt had sent computer sales into full reverse. Microsoft had banned the sale of new XP PCs in retail stores so retail shoppers simply stayed away. Microsoft released Windows 7 in July of 2009 and PC sales once again surged. Microsoft had been forced to listen to its users and kick the “propeller heads” to the curb. Windows 7 was solid, stable and user friendly. Life was good for the PC industry and PC users, but there were clouds on the horizon. PC sales (notebooks and desk-

chamber at 760.745.2125 or escondidochamber.org. NOTICE OF INTENDED DECISION (Administrative)

The Planning Division Manager (as successor authority to the Planning Division Director) of the City of San Marcos has considered and does intend to APPROVE Director’s Permit 15-036 on March 14, 2016. Project No.: P15-0058 Case No.: DP 15-036 Applicant: San Marcos Fit Body Request: A Director’s Permit to operate a 3,108 square foot personal service (fitness/health facility) in an existing condominium space in an existing industrial center (San Marcos Flex Center). Categorical Exemption Class: 1, Section 15301, Existing facility with no expansion. Location of Property: 2892 S. Santa Fe, Suite 110, more particularly described as: Lot 1, of San Marcos Tract No. 478, of Map No. 15765, in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California, according to map thereof No. 9676, filed in the office of the County Recorder of San Diego County. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 217161-25-10. NOTICE: • Appeal rights are available. Any interested person may appeal the decision of the Planning Division Manager, provided the appeal fee is paid and a written appeal is submitted to the Planning Division Secretary within ten (10) days (due no later than 5:30 PM on Thursday, March 24, 2016). The Planning Commission shall hear the appeal. Appeal fees shall be paid upon submittal. Said appeal shall be in writing and specify where there was an error in the decision of the Planning Division Manager. Contact the Planning Division at 760-744-1050, extension 3233. • The City of San Marcos is committed to making its programs, services and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation to participate in any City program, service or activity, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos CA 92069, or call 760-744-1050, extension 3145. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Art Pinon, Assistant Planner, at 760-744-1050 extension 3234, or apinon@sanmarcos.net. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. PD: 3/3/16.

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00005826-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Gabriella Lemos Pucci filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present names: Gabriella Lemos Pucci to Proposed names Gabriella Pucci Liberty. 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: April 12, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose, Vista, CA. 92081. A copy of the Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: San Marcos News Reporter, dba, The Paper, 845 W. San Marcos Blvd, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. Dated Feb 23 2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-004441 The name of the business: Beach N Hair and Nails, located at 320 N. Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas, Ca. 92024, This business is hereby registered by the following: Mary Ann Correll 722 Buena Tierra Way #365 Oceanside, Ca. 92057 Marianne Kreycik 502 7th Street Mena, AR. 71953 This business is conducted by a Joint Venture. The first day of business was 2/16/2016. /s/Mary Ann Correll This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/16/2016. 2/25, 3/03, 3/10 & 3/17/2016

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Escondido, Ca. 92026

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STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #2016-004440 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Beach N Hair and Nails, located at 320 N. Coast Hwy 101, Encinitas, CA. 92024 THE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME REFERRED TO ABOVE WAS FILED IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON 10/05/2015 and assigned File no. 2015-025882, IS ABANDONED BY THE FOLLOWING REGISTRANT(S): Mary Ann Correll 722 Buena Tierra Way #365, Oceanside, Ca. 92024 Rachel E. Otto 3871 Cambridge Ct., Oceanside, Ca. 92056 This business is conducted as a Joint Venture. I declare that all information in this statement is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true any material matter pursuant to Section 17913 of the Business and Professions Code that the registrant knows to be false is guilty of a misdeameanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000). /s/Mary Ann Correll This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg, County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County on 2/16/2016. 2/25, 3/03, 3/10 & 3/17//2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-004518 The name of the business: Andrew Morgan Furniture, located at 2835 La Mirada Drive, Suite C, Vista, CA. 92081. This business is hereby registered by the following: California Custom Furniture & Drapery, Inc. 2835 La Mirada Drive, Suite C. Vista, CA. 92081 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business 4/12/06. /s/Timothy Cunning, Treasurer This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/17/2016 3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-004587 The name of the business: Construction Supervision, located at 1401 El Norte Parkway #70, San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is hereby registered by the following: Gary Lynn B artlette 1401 El Norte Parkway #70 San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business is n/a. /s/Gary Lynn Bartlette This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/18/2016 3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-003629 The name of the business: Small Crown Shop, loacted at 3930 Highland Dr., Carlsbad, CA. 92008 This business is hereby registered by the following: Paulette Lee 3930 Highland Dr. Carlsbad, CA. 92008 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business is n/a. /s/Paulette Lee This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/08/2016 3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-002281 The name of the business: Total Technology and Education Solutions, located at 1285 Via Caliente, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Ronald Reed 1285 Via Caliente San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business is 1/26/2016. /s/Ronald Reed This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 1/26/2016 2/11, 2/18, 2/25 and 3/03/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-003562 The name of the business: K&A Motor Sales, located at 1903 W Vista Way, Vista, CA. 92083. This business is hereby registered by the following: Anthony Dickey 2283 Dante Terrace Vista, Ca. 92084 Kevin Gregg 834 Mimosa Creek Lane Ramona, CA. 92065 This business is conducted by a General Partnership The first day of business is n/a. /s/Anthony Dickey This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/5//2016 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 and 3/10/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-004116 The name of the business: Kim’s Cups, located at 2090 Fairhope Loop, Vista, Ca. 92081. This business is hereby registered by the following: Kim Giammarinaro 2090 Fairhope Loop Vista, CA. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business is 2/11/2016 /s/Kim Giammarinaro This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/12//2016 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 and 3/10/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

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The name of the business: Marshall Defense Weaponry,

located at 3501 Buena Creek Road, Vista, Ca. 92084. This

business is hereby registered by the following:

James N. Marshall

3501 Buena Creek Road

Vista, CA.92084

This business is conducted by an individual.

The first day of business is 1/1/2016

/s/James N. Marshall

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Journey West Cont. from Page 13

informed them that our people had evidently offended the Great Spirit; that it was because of his wrath I had suffered defeat in my excursion, and returned with the loss of twenty-three warriors. I thence inferred that a sacrifice must be made to appease the wrath of the Great Spirit, and recommended that a solemn assembly be convened, and a national oblation offered up.

I was fully confident that by thus countenancing such pagan superstitions I was doing very wrong, but, like many a more prominent statesman in civilized governments, I had found that I must go with the current, and I recommended a measure, not because it was of a nature to benefit the country, but simply because it was popular with the mass.

The camp in which we then were was a mourning-camp, in which medicine would have no effect. Therefore we moved to Sulphur River, ten miles distant, in order to offer up our sacrifice. All the leading men and braves assembled, and I was consulted as to the kind of offering proper to make for the purpose of averting the wrath that was consuming us. I ordered them to bring the great medicine kettle, which was of brass, and capable of holding ten gallons, and was purchased at a cost of twenty fine robes, and to polish it as bright as the sun's face. This done, I ordered them to throw in all their most costly and most highly-prized trinkets, and whatsoever they cherished the most dearly. It was soon filled with their choicest treasures. Keepsakes, fancy work on which months of incessant and patient toil had been expended, trinkets, jewels, rings so highly prized by them that the costliest gems of emperors seemed poor by their side — all these were thrown into the kettle, along with a bountiful contribution of fingers, until it would hold no more. I then had weights attached to it, and had it carried to an air-hole in the ice where the river was very deep, and there it was sunk with becoming ceremony. Three young maidens, habited like May queens, carried the burden.

This great sacrifice completed, the minds of the people were relieved, and the result of the next war-party was anxiously looked forward to to see if our oblation was accepted. Their crying, however, continued unabated, so much to the derangement of my nervous system that I was fain to retire from the village and seek some less dolorous companionship. My bosom friend and myself therefore started off unnoticed, and traveled on without stopping until we came to a hill some seven or eight miles distant. He was pre-eminently a great brave, at all times self-possessed and unobtrusive. I always considered him as endowed with the most solid sense, and possessing the clearest views of any Indian in the nation. His spirits were generally somewhat dejected, but that I attributed to the loss of all his relatives. When I wished to enjoy a little converse or sober meditation, he always was my chosen companion, as there were

qualities in his character which interested me and assimilated with my own. He never craved popularity, never envied the elevation of others, but seemed rather to rejoice at another person's success. He would listen to me for an entire day when I spoke of my residence with the whites, and told of their great battles, where thousands were slain on both sides; when I described their ships carrying immense guns capable of sweeping hundreds of men away at a discharge; and when I depicted to him their forts, to which our forts for size or strength were but as ant-hills. I then would tell him of the great Atlantic Ocean, and the millions of white men living beyond it; of countries where there was no summer, and others where there was no winter, and a thousand other marvels, of which I never spoke to other warriors, as their minds were too limited to comprehend me. After listening to me with the deepest attention until I would grow tired of talking, he would seem to be perfectly amazed, and would be lost in a deep reverie for some time, as though endeavoring to raise his ideas to a level with the vast matters he had been listening to. Occasionally he would tell me of the traditions handed down from generation to generation in the Indian race, in which he was "elegantly learned." He told me of the mighty tribes of men who had once inhabited this vast continent, but were now exterminated by internecine wars; that their fathers had told them of a great flood, which had covered all the land, except the highest peaks of the mountains, where some of the inhabitants and the buffaloes resorted, and saved themselves from destruction.

We were on a hill, as before mentioned, some seven or eight miles from the village, engaged in one of these long cosmographical discussions, when my companion, chancing to turn his head, descried some object at a great distance. Pointing it out to me with his finger, "There is a people," he exclaimed. I looked in the direction indicated, and saw a small party of Black Feet approaching.

"Sit still," said I, "and let us see where they encamp; we will have every one of them to-night." We watched them until they halted at a couple of small Indian forts, with which the country abounds, and we saw they were soon joined by four or five others who came from another direction, and who were evidently scouts. From the direction which they came, I saw they had not discovered our village.

"Now," said I, "let us return; we will have that party. We will collect a few trusty warriors, and not mention our discovery to a living soul, not even telling our warriors the errand we are upon until we get within sight of the camp-fires of the enemy. Then we will return with their scalps, and put an end to this howling that deafens my ears." We started on our way to the village. I desired him to select from his friends, and I would assemble

my own.

"No," said he, "my friends are fools. I don't want them. But you collect your warriors, and I will be one of them." Accordingly, I went to my father, and desired him to send for about seventy-five of my brothers and relatives, and tell them the Medicine Calf wished to see them; but I charged him not to tell them they were going away from the village. As they mustered one at a time, I acquainted them that I wanted them to leave the village singly and with the utmost secrecy, to meet me with their guns and battle-axes at a certain hour and in such a place, and in the mean time to answer no word to whatever question might be asked them.

At the appointed hour I repaired to the post, and found them all in readiness. I then marched them to the place of attack. When we arrived within sight of our foes we found them all very merry; they were singing the Wolf Song, or Song of the Spies, they having no suspicion that they were so near to the Crow village. We went cautiously up to the forts, which were but a few yards apart; and while they were yet singing we pointed our guns, and, at a signal given by me, all fired. The whole party were slain; their notes were cut short in death. Taking their scalps (nineteen in number) and guns, we reached our village by daylight, and entered it singing, dancing, and shouting.

The village was aroused, and men, women, and children came running from all directions to learn the cause of the disturbance. We displayed our nineteen scalps, and I took to myself full credit for the force of my medicine in divining where to find the foe, and cognizance was taken of the fact in the medicine lodge. We had five days' dancing to do full justice to this brilliant achievement, and I had become so tired of their continual mourning that their savage yells of delight seemed quite a luxury. One night a party of Black Feet came to borrow some of our horses, and happened to be caught in the fact. The alarm was given, the marauders fired upon, and one of them had his leg broken by a ball. He was found the next morning, unable to get away; but he sat up and defended himself until he had shot his last arrow. He was then brought into the village, and it was decided to burn him. A large fire was built, which was surrounded by hundreds, and when the fire was well burnt up the poor fellow was thrown in. This was the first act of the kind I had ever known the Crows to commit; but there was no preventing it. It is an appalling sight to behold a human being, or even an inferior animal, perish in the flames; I trust my eyes may never witness such another scene. To see the writhing agony of the suffering wretch when cast into the darting flames, and hear his piercing shrieks as the blaze gradually envelops his whole body, until the life is scorched out of the victim, and he falls prostrate among the logs, soon to become a charred mass of cinders undistinguishable from the element that consumed

it — it is indeed a sight only fit for savages to look at.

I learned this one truth while I was with the Indians, namely, that a white man can easily become an Indian, but that an Indian could never become a white man. Some of the very worst savages I ever saw in the Rocky Mountains were white men, and I could mention their names and expose some of their deeds, but they have most probably gone to their final account before this.

Our village now moved on toward the fort to purchase our spring supplies. Both villages could only raise forty packs of beaver and nineteen hundred packs of robes; but for their continual wars, they could as easily have had ten packs for one. But it is impossible to confine an Indian to a steady pursuit — not even fighting; after awhile he will even tire of that. It is impossible to control his wayward impulses; application to profitable industry is foreign to his nature. He is a vagrant, and he must wander; he has no associations to attach him to one spot; he has no engendered habits of thrift or productiveness to give him a constant aim or concentration of purpose. Both villages at length assembled at the new fort, and our spring trading was briskly entered into. We rested for over a week, and I then proposed moving, as the time was approaching for our building a new medicine lodge. The night preceding our proposed departure, thieves were discovered among our horses; the alarm was given, and a party went in pursuit. They returned with six Sioux scalps, and two of our own men wounded. The remainder of the rascals succeeded in getting away with sixteen of our animals, we not considering them worth following after. We then postponed our departure four days, and devoted ourselves to noise and festivity. The welkin rung with our shouts, and the fort shook with the thunder of our earthquake step. Editor’s Note: When we next visit the Journal of Mr. Beckwourth, we will see: Removal to our Tobaccoground.—Expedition to the Arrap-a-hos for Horses.— Discovered, and the Party scattered.—Wanderings for fourteen Months.—Return at last amid tremendous Rejoicing.


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The Paper ORDINANCE NO. 2016-1422

AN INTERIM URGENCY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA, IMPOSING A TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON THE COMMERCIAL CULTIVATION OF MARIJUANA AND ALL ASSOCIATED USES IN ALL ZONES WITHIN THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS WHEREAS, Congress passed the Federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA) in 1970, which prohibits the manufacture, cultivation, distribution and possession of marijuana and classifies it as a Schedule 1 drug meaning it has no accepted medical value in treatment; and

WHEREAS, California law generally makes it a crime to possess and cultivate marijuana under Health and Safety (H&S) Code Sections 11357 and 11358, respectively; and

WHEREAS, California voters approved Proposition 215 (Health and Safety Code Sections 11362.5 et seq.), entitled the Compassionate Use Act (CUA), in 1996, for which the intent was to ensure that seriously ill individuals have the right to obtain and use marijuana for medical purposes when recommended by a physician. The CUA also exempted patients and their primary caregivers from criminal prosecution or sanctions under H&S Code Sections 11357 and 11358; and WHEREAS, the California Legislature passed Senate Bill 420 (H&S Code Sections 11362.7 et seq.) in 2003 to create the Medical Marijuana Program (MMPA), which established a voluntary program for the issuance of medical marijuana identification cards for qualified patients; set limits on the amount of marijuana any individual could possess; and provided an exemption from State criminal liability for persons “who associate within the State of California in order collectively or cooperatively to cultivate marijuana for medical purposes”; and WHEREAS, the United States Supreme Court has continuously held that marijuana, including medical marijuana, violates Federal law under the CSA. In 2001, the Court held in United States v. Oakland Cannabis Buyers Cooperative, et al. that there was no “medical necessity” defense under the CSA, and therefore a medical marijuana dispensary could be enjoined from distribution and manufacturing. In 2005, the Court held in Gonzalez v. Raich that the Commerce Clause authorizes Congress to prohibit the cultivation or use of marijuana for medical purposes permitted by California law. The significance of the Raich decision is that Federal law enforcement agents may continue to enforce Federal drug laws against Californians who cultivate or use marijuana for medical purposes; and

WHEREAS, California courts have upheld various local regulations governing or prohibiting marijuana cultivation. In County of Tulare v. Nunes (2013), the Court of Appeal held that the CUA and the MMPA do not require Tulare County to define growing marijuana as an acceptable agricultural use of land. (215 Cal.App.4th 1188). Also in 2013, in Browne v. County of Tehama, the Court of Appeal

found the MMPA did not preempt a local ordinance declaring that any cultivation of marijuana was a nuisance that could be abated. (213 Cal.App.4th 704). In Maral v. City of Live Oak, also decided in 2013, the Court of Appeal held that the CUA and the MMPA do not preempt a local agency’s police power to prohibit the cultivation of all marijuana within the jurisdiction. (221 Cal.App.4th 975); and WHEREAS, several jurisdictions throughout the State have reported adverse effects and nuisance impacts relating to marijuana cultivation, including but not limited to the strong and potentially noxious odors associated with mature marijuana plants, damage to and inadequate ventilation in buildings in which cultivation occurs, the proximity of children to areas under cultivation, the visibility of grow from the public right-of-way, and an increase in crime, including home invasion robberies and similar crimes; and WHEREAS, on October 9, 2015, Governor Brown approved the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (MMRSA), which establishes a comprehensive State licensing and regulatory framework for the cultivation, manufacture, transportation, storage, distribution, and sale of medical marijuana through Assembly Bills (AB) 243 and 266 and Senate Bill (SB) 643; and WHEREAS, according to the provisions of the MMRSA, unless local agencies have express regulations governing marijuana cultivation in place, cultivation will be subject to licensure and regulation by the State in that jurisdiction; and

WHEREAS, in 2006, the City Council enacted Chapter 5.54 under the San Marcos Municipal Code (SMMC) to prohibit the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries as businesses, whether fixed or mobile, in all zones within the City’s jurisdictional limits. On January 12, 2016, the City Council amended Chapter 5.54 to expressly and separately prohibit the commercial cultivation of marijuana, the delivery of marijuana, and the processing of marijuana within the City as business activities and uses; and

WHEREAS, Title 20 of the SMMC (Zoning Ordinance) provides that land uses not expressly permitted are prohibited. Based on the new MMRSA statutory scheme, it is recommended that local agencies adopt express land use regulations prohibiting marijuana cultivation and related or associated uses in addition to and in alignment with any similar business regulations prohibiting such uses so there is no question that the State does not have any permitting or licensing authority within that jurisdiction; and

WHEREAS, on February 3, 2015, the Governor signed the urgency medical marijuana cultivation clean-up measure, known as AB 21, to remove the deadline originally included under the MMRSA for local agencies to have cultivation regulations in place by March 1, 2016. The author of the original bill imposing the deadline under the MMRSA noted the deadline was included in error. While the City is no longer required to adopt express regulations governing marijuana cultivation by a strict

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deadline, doing so expeditiously serves to expressly prohibit the commercial cultivation of marijuana, and will regulate commercial cultivation in alignment with the City’s business regulations prohibiting such uses; and

WHEREAS, the City desires to impose a temporary moratorium on the commercial cultivation of marijuana and related or associated commercial uses in all zones within the City as a land use activity under the Zoning Ordinance to immediately protect and preserve the public peace, health, safety and welfare of the community, and prevent adverse impacts that such activities may have on nearby properties and residents; and

WHEREAS, on February 1, 2016, the Planning Commission held a duly noticed public hearing on the subject request and unanimously recommended approval of the Ordinance.

NOW, THEREFORE, the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, in accordance with the freedom afforded to charter cities generally, and by the Charter of the City of San Marcos specifically, does ordain as follows: Section 1.Recitals. The foregoing recitals are true and correct. Section 2.Definition of “Marijuana Cultivation” or “Cultivation”. For purposes of this Ordinance, the term “marijuana cultivation” or “cultivation” means the planting, growing, harvesting, drying or processing of marijuana plants or any part thereof, and any and all associated business and/or operational activities. Section 3.Findings and Purpose. The adoption of this interim urgency Ordinance is necessary for the immediate protection of the public safety, health and welfare. Pursuant to Government Code Section 65858 and to protect the public safety, health and welfare, the City Council finds and declares that:

(a) On October 9, 2015, Governor Brown approved the MMRSA, which went into effect on January 1, 2016. The MMRSA is a series of three legislative bills that establish a comprehensive State licensing and regulatory framework for, among other things, the cultivation of marijuana. The MMRSA includes AB 243, which establishes a statewide regulatory and licensing structure for marijuana cultivation sites. Unless local agencies have a land use ordinance in place that expressly regulates or prohibits marijuana cultivation, these activities will be permitted and regulated by the State; and

(b) The Zoning Ordinance does not currently provide for the regulation of marijuana cultivation as a land use in the City of San Marcos. Based on the new MMRSA statutory scheme, it is recommended that local agencies adopt express land use provisions under zoning codes, in addition to the business regulations adopted under municipal codes, as a comprehensive prohibition on marijuana cultivation so that it is clear that the State is not required by the City to act as the licensing authority under the MMRSA; and (c)

California

courts

have upheld various local regulations governing or prohibiting marijuana cultivation. In County of Tulare v. Nunes (2013), the Court of Appeal held that the CUA and the MMPA do not require Tulare County to define growing marijuana as an acceptable agricultural use of land. (215 Cal.App.4th 1188). Also in 2013, in Browne v. County of Tehama, the Court of Appeal found the MMPA did not preempt a local ordinance declaring that any cultivation of marijuana was a nuisance that could be abated. (213 Cal.App.4th 704). In Maral v. City of Live Oak, also decided in 2013, the Court of Appeal held that the CUA and the MMPA do not preempt a local agency’s police power to prohibit the cultivation of all marijuana within the jurisdiction. (221 Cal.App.4th 975); and (d) During the past five years, more than 40 cities and 25 counties in California have adopted ordinances that regulate or ban the cultivation of medical marijuana within their jurisdictions. It is anticipated that those numbers will increase significantly based on the recent MMRSA legislation; and (e) Prohibiting the cultivation of marijuana as a land use under the Zoning Ordinance is necessary to protect the health, safety and welfare of the City. Several jurisdictions throughout the State have reported adverse effects and nuisance impacts relating to marijuana cultivation, including but not limited to the strong and potentially noxious odors associated with mature marijuana plants, damage to and inadequate ventilation in buildings in which cultivation occurs, the proximity of children to areas under cultivation, the visibility of grows from the public right-of-way, and an increase in crime, including home invasion robberies and similar crimes; and

(f) As an urgency measure to protect and preserve the public welfare, California Government Code Section 65858 authorizes local governments to adopt an interim urgency ordinance prohibiting any uses that may be in conflict with a contemplated general plan, specific plan, or zoning proposal that the legislative body, planning commission, or planning department is considering, studying or intends to study within a reasonable time; and (g) It is necessary for the City to impose a temporary moratorium prohibiting the cultivation of marijuana within all zones in the City’s jurisdictional boundaries to provide time for the City to study potential impacts that these activities may have on the public welfare, minimize any negative effects these activities might have on nearby businesses, property owners and the residents of the City, and to preserve the public welfare. (h) This is not a project within the meaning of Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines because there is no potential for it to result in a physical change in the environment, either directly or indirectly. In the event this Ordinance is found to be subject to CEQA, it is exempt from CEQA pursuant to the exemption contained in CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3) because it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility of a significant effect on

the environment.

Section 4.T e m p o r a r y Moratorium Established. For the reasons described above, the City Council has determined it is necessary to enact an interim urgency ordinance imposing a temporary moratorium on the cultivation of marijuana within all zones in the City of San Marcos pursuant to Government Code Section 65858.

The City has a compelling interest in protecting the public health, safety and welfare of its residents and businesses, in preserving the peace and integrity of its neighborhoods, and in providing clear local regulation consistent with the requirements of Federal and State law. The adoption of this Ordinance is necessary on an urgency basis because of the current and immediate threat marijuana cultivation and the approval of any land use entitlements for these activities pose to the public health, safety and welfare if regulated by the State under the MMRSA. No permit or other applicable license or entitlement for use, including but not limited to the issuance of a business license, building permit, conditional use permit, or other land use approval, shall be approved and/or issued for the cultivation of marijuana within any zone in the jurisdictional limits of the City.

Section 5.Consistency with the SMMC. Any provision of the SMMC that is inconsistent with any provision of this Ordinance, to the extent of such inconsistencies and no further, is hereby repealed or modified only to the extent necessary to effect the provisions of this Ordinance. The City Council expressly finds that SMMC Chapter 5.54 is not inconsistent with this Ordinance.

Section 6.Severability. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance is determined to be invalid, illegal or unconstitutional by a decision or order of any court or agency of competent jurisdiction, then such decision or order will not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining portions of this Ordinance. The City Council declares that it would have passed and adopted the Ordinance, and each section, sentence, clause or phrase thereof, regardless of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, or phrases be declared invalid or unconstitutional. Section 7.Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon adoption as an urgency measure. The temporary moratorium shall be of no further force and effect forty five (45) days from the date of the adoption of this Ordinance, unless, prior to its expiration, following a noticed public hearing in accordance with Government Code Section 65090, the City Council extends the Ordinance pursuant to Government Code Section 65858.

Section 8.Publication. Within fifteen (15) days following the adoption of this Ordinance, the City Clerk shall publish this Ordinance, or the title thereof, as a summary as required by State law. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED AS AN INTERIM URGENCY ORDINANCE at a

regular meeting of the City Council of the City of San Marcos, California, held on the 23rd day of February, 2016, by the following roll call vote:

AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, ORLANDO, DESMOND NOES: C O U N CILMEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: C O U N CILMEMBERS: NONE Phillip Scollick PD 3/3/2016

SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE ADOPTED ORDINANCE NO. 2016-1419

An ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos amending Chapters 20.230 (Industrial Zones), 20.340 (Off-Street Parking & Loading), 20.400 (Specific Use Standards), and 20.600 (Definitions) of Title 20 of the San Marcos Municipal Code. TA 15-001 (P15-0031). Ordinance No. 2016-1419 was introduced on February 9, 2016, and adopted by the City Council on February 23, 2016, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, DESMOND; NOES: COUNCILMEMBER: ORLANDO; ABSENT: COUNCILMEMBERS: NONE. 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: 3/3/2016 ORDINANCE NO. 2016-1420

An ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos approving a zone reclassification of 2.69 acres from “Specific Plan Heart of the City” (2.02 acres) and “Residential R-3-10” (0.67 acres) to Public and Institutional (PI) zone located in the Richmar Neighborhood. R 15-003, P15-0057. Ordinance No. 2016-1420 was introduced on February 9, 2016, and adopted by the City Council on February 23, 2016, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, ORLANDO, DESMOND; NOES: COUNCILMEMBERS: NONE; ABSENT: COUNCILMEMBERS: NONE. 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: 3/3/2016 ORDINANCE NO. 2016-1421

An ordinance of the City Council of the City of San Marcos approving a specific plan amendment to remove and rezone 2.02 acres from the Heart of the City Specific Plan to Public and Institutional located in the Richmar Neighborhood SP 15-006, P15-0057. Ordinance No. 2016-1421 was introduced on February 9, 2016, and adopted by the City Council on February 23, 2016, by the following roll call vote: AYES: COUNCILMEMBERS: JABARA, JENKINS, JONES, ORLANDO, DESMOND; NOES: COUNCILMEMBERS:NONE; ABSENT: COUNCILMEMBERS: NONE. 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: 3/3/2016


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Carlsbad Bank Robbery

On February 26 at 11:59 a.m. the Carlsbad Police Department received a telephone call from the U.S. Bank located at 7730 El Camino Real near the intersection of El Camino Real and La Costa Avenue advising of a robbery that just occurred.

The latest incident happened just after 8:00 p.m. on February 13th at the Target store located in the 1000 block of North El Camino Real in Encinitas.

A man went up to the Target customer service desk to return an Apple Watch in a shrinkwrapped box. The clerk processed the man's request and refunded him more than $300.

Carlsbad Police Officers immediately responded to the area and attempted to locate the suspect. The suspect was described as a white male, 40 to 60 years of age, about 5’6”5’8”, with a thin build. The suspect was also described as wearing a baseball cap, black rimmed glasses and a plaid flannel shirt. The suspect passed a demand note to the bank teller who provided the suspect with an unknown amount of cash. The suspect fled the bank on foot and no vehicle was seen. The suspect matches the description of a bank robbery that occurred in Encinitas about 1 hour prior. The Carlsbad Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are investigating.

Detectives say two men are behind this crime, which has also been reported in other cities in San Diego County, Southern California and Las Vegas, Nevada since January 28, 2016. The total loss to date is more than $5,200. Suspect #1 is described as a black man standing between 5'10" and 6' tall, weighing about 175 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.

Detectives at the North Coastal Sheriff's Station need your help in identifying and locating suspects in several Apple Watch thefts across San

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-001577 The name of the business: Chadwicks Pool Service, located at 1510 S. Coast Hiway #125, Oceanside, CA. 92054. This business is hereby registered by the following: David Heath Chadwick 1510 S. Coast Hiway #125 Oceanside, CA. 92054. This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/David Heath Chadwick This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 1/20/2016. 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-005404 The name of the business: California Beach Paddles Frescobal, located at 728 Lupine Dr., San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Ingrid & Robert Meyers 728 Lupine Dr. San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Ingrid Meyers

Suspect #2 is described as a black man standing between 5'8' and 5'11" tall, weighing 150 pounds with brown hair

This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/25/2016. 3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016

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The suspects are believed to be driving in a silver sedan with a sunroof.

If you have any information on these incidents, call Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477. You can remain anonymous and be eligible for up to a $1,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest.

Days later, when store employees restocked the product and opened the shrink-wrapped box, they discovered there was no Apple Watch inside. Instead, they found a water bottle and paper towels.

Apple Watch Scam

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-004016 The name of the business: Vista Auto Sales, located at 2305 S. Santa Fe #B, Vista, CA. 92083, This business is hereby registered by the following: Chris Bathish 2305 S. Santa Fe #B Vista, CA. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Chris Bathish This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/11/2016. FICTITIOUS NAME 2/18, 2/25, 3/03BUSINESS & 3/19/2016 STATEMENT #2016-002938 The name of the business: Latin Drumming Arts, San Diego Latin Drumming Circles, Latin Percussion Arts, Kids Latin Drumming, located at 2858 Oak Hill Dr., Escondido, CA. 92027. This business is hereby registered by the following: Juan Sanchez 2858 Oak Hill Dr. Escondido, Ca. 92027 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 2/2/01. /s/Juan Sanchez This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/2/2016. 2/11, 2/18, 2/25 & 3/03/2016

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-004777 The name of the business: Inspire Sales Solutions, located at 855 Wulff St., San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is hereby registered by the following: Teri Maas 8 5 5 Wulff St. San Marcos, Ca. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Teri Maas This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/19/2016. 3/0/3, 3/10,3/17 & 3/24 /2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-002824 The name of the business: Mariscos El Pacifico, located at 702 S. Santa Fe Ave., Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: E & A Corp 4435 Old River St. Oceanside, Ca. 92057 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was 1/02/16. /s/Esteban Sanchez, President This statement wasfiled with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/01/2016. 3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016

“We are always looking for ways to be innovative and use technology to ensure effective police work,” said Interim Police Chief Neil Gallucci. “Body-worn cameras not only assist in the collection of evidence, but they can also enhance public trust and our ability to safely collaborate toward the common goal of a safe and secure Carlsbad.” After researching cameras and vendors, the Police Department chose the TASER Axon Flex Camera for the trial because other agencies in the county are using the camera and also for its accessibility. During the trial, footage will be stored by the TASER Company under an agreement that will allow the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office access to the stored footage.

Apple Watch Scam Suspect

Police Department to Test Body-Worn Cameras

As of March 1, the City of Carlsbad Police Department started a four to six week trial of body-worn cameras. The initial test will include six police

LEGALS

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME 37-2016-00003814-CU-PT-NC TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner Jonathan Michael Kramer filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Jonathan Michael Kramer to Proposed name Jack Kramer Patterson 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: March 22, 2016, 8:30a.m., Department 26. The address of the court is: 325 S. Melrose Dr., Vista, CA. 92081, North County Regional Center. 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 Feb 04, 2016. /s/William S. Dato, Judge of the Superior Court 2/18, 2/25, 3/02 & 3/10/2016

officers with the eventual goal of equipping all sworn officers and Community Services Officers with the technology.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-003678 The name of the business: Collectible Investments, Unique Building Products, located at 250 S. Pacific St., #108, San Marcos, CA. 92078, This business is hereby registered by the following: John Morally 250 S. Pacific St. #108 San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 12/01/1989. /s/John Morally This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/8/2016. 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-003838 The name of the business: California Pack and Ship, located at 757 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd., #1, San Marcos, CA., 92069, This business is hereby registered by the following: Angelina Jimenez 1710 N. Twin Oaks Valley Rd. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was Feb. 1, 2016. /s/Angelina Jimenez This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/09/2016. 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-003763 The name of the business: Options 4 Change, www.Options 4 Change.com, located at 2247 Granby Way, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Joy Sagaser 2247 Granby Way San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Joy Sagaser This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/09/2016. 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-005302 The name of the business: Botanica Venus, located at 517 S. Santa Fe Ave., Vista, CA. 92083. This business is hereby registered by the following: Patricio & Mercedes Sanchez Moya 1707 Cortez Ave. Escondido, Ca. 92026 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. The first day of business was 2/01/2007. /s/Patricio Moya

Along with testing the cameras, the Police Department is finalizing a policy that directs officers when to turn on cameras, when not to use cameras, who can access the footage and when, and how the collected data is to be stored. When complete, the policy will be available on the department’s website.

This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/25/2016. 3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-001556 The name of the business: Fleur de Ave, Fleur De Ave Studio Salon Suite, located at 197 S. Las Posas Rd., San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Debra L. Shidler 1477 Sheridan Ave. Escondido, CA. 92027 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was 1/2/16. /s/Debra L. Shidler This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 1/20/2016. 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-002375 The name of the business: JPM Restaurant Corporation dba India Princess, located at 1020 W. San Marcos Bl. #100, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: JPM Restaurant Corporation 1020 W.San Marcos, Bl. #100 San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Jaspal C. Garg, President This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 1/27/2016. 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-003398 The name of the business: Lenders Recovery Service, Buchanan Investigations, located at 1208 Bridgehampton St., San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is hereby registered by the following: Chad Buchanan 1208 Bridgehampton St. San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Chad Buchanan This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/04/2016. 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-002016 The name of the business: PCL Consruction, Inc., located at 1711 W. Greentree Dr. #201, Tempe, AZ, 85284. This business is hereby registered by the following: PCLConstruction, Inc. 1711 W. Greentree Dr. #201 Tempe, AZ. 85284 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was 9/20/2005. /s/Shawn Britton, Secretary/Treasurer This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 1/25/2016. 2/18, 2/25, 3/03 & 3/10/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-004029 The name of the business: M3 Measurement Solutions, Inc., M Cubed Measurement Solutions, M3MSI, located at 938 S. Andreasen Dr., Ste I, Escondido, Ca. 92029. This business is hereby registered by the following: M3 Measurement Solutions, Inc. 938 S. Andreasen Dr. Ste I Escondido, CA. 92029 This business is conducted by a corporation. The first day of business was 2/22/2005. /s/James Grimes, CFO/VP This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/11/2016. 2/25, 3/03, 3/10 & 3/17/2016

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2016-005239 The name of the business: West Coast Tanning Productions, located at 1406 S. Santa Fe, Ste D, Vista, CA. 92084. This business is hereby registered by the following: Vanessa Coria 630 Palmbark Street Vista, Ca. 92083 This business is conducted by an individual. The first day of business was n/a. /s/Vanessa Coria This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego County 2/24/2016. 3/03, 3/10, 3/17 & 3/24/2016


The Paper • Page 20 • March 03, 2016

The Doctor is In!

Tooth Preservation or Implant Placement

Long term tooth versus implant survival rates

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

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

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

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

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

ing more thoroughly at the overall results. If the bone is adequate and the natural tooth cannot be restored then the implant is chosen. However, in many cases, the patient is not adequately informed as to the survivability of the proposed implant and it is our responsibility to inform them of situations where the natural tooth may be the better choice in the long term. We do both procedures here at San Marcos Dental Center, but we thoroughly evaluate both options before suggesting a solution. Call us at 760 7344311!

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