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April 15, 2021

Volume 51 - No. 15

Unfortunately today's children will never be taught the history of WWll.

Seems Impossible

During the 3-1/2 years of World War II that started with the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor in December of 1941 and ended with the surrender of Germany and Japan in 1945, "We the People of the U.S.A." produced the following:

22 aircraft carriers 8 battleships

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48 cruisers 349 destroyers 420 destroyer escorts 203 submarines 34 million tons of merchant ships 100,000 fighter aircraft 98,000 bombers 24,000 transport aircraft 58,000 training aircraft 93,000 tanks 257,000 artillery pieces 105,000 mortars 3,000,000 machine guns and 2,500,000 military trucks

in the various armed services, invaded Africa, invaded Sicily and Italy, won the battle for the Atlantic, planned and executed D-Day, marched across the Pacific and Europe, developed the atomic bomb and, ultimately, conquered Japan and Germany. It’s amazing what America did in those days.

We put 16.1 million men in uniform

Many of you already know the story, here is the update.

The FINAL TOAST! They bombed

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Tokyo 79 years ago.

The Doolittle Raid, also known as the Tokyo Raid, was an air raid on 18 April 1942 by the United States on the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on Honshu during World War II. It was the first air operation to strike the Japanese archipelago. It demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to American air attack, served as retaliation for the attack on Pearl Harbor, and provided an important boost to American morale. The raid was planned, led by, and named

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after Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, later a Lieutenant General in the U.S. Army Air Forces and the U.S. Air Force Reserve. He was later promoted to the 4-star rank of General in the United States Air Force Reserve in 1985, after he was in a Retired status. They once were among the most universally admired and revered men in the United States .. There were 80 of the Raiders in April 1942, when they carried out one of the most courageous and heart-stirring military operations in this nation's history. The mere mention of their unit's name, in those years, would bring tears to the eyes of grateful Americans. Now none survive.

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

Save the Whales! Collect the whole set. •••• The early bird may get the worm but the second mouse gets the cheese. •••• A clear conscience is usally the sign of a bad memory. •••• Hard work pays off in the future; laziness pays off now. •••• How much deeper would the ocean be without sponges? •••• What happens if you get scared half to death . . twice? •••• Light travels faster than sound. That’s why some people appear bright until you hear them speak. •••• If you can’t feed ‘em, don’t breed ‘em! ••••

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After Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, with the United States reeling and wounded, something dramatic was needed to turn the war effort around.

Even though there were no friendly airfields close enough to Japan for the United States to launch a retaliation, a daring plan was devised. Sixteen B-25s were modified so that they could take off from the deck of an aircraft carrier. This had never before been tried -sending such big, heavy bombers from a carrier.

And those men went anyway.

They bombed Tokyo and then flew as far as they could.

The 16 five-man crews, under the command of Lt. Col. James Doolittle, who himself flew the lead plane off the USS Hornet, knew that they would not be able to return to the carrier. They would have to hit Japan and then hope to make it to China for a safe landing.

But on the day of the raid, the Japanese military caught wind of the plan. The Raiders were told that they would have to take off from much farther out in the Pacific Ocean than they had counted on. They were told that because of this they would not have enough fuel to make it to safety. Cleverely disguised as a responsible adult. •••• If we quit voting will they all go away? •••• Eat right, exercise, die anyway. •••• Illiterate? Write for help. •••• I do whatever my Rice Krispies tell me to. •••• I used to eat a lot of natural foods until I learned most people die of natural causes. •••• Healthy is merely the slowest possible rate one can die. •••• The only difference between a rut and a grave is depth. •••• Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospials dying of nothing. •••• How is it one careless match can start a forest fire but it takes a whole box to start a campfire? •••• Why doesn’t glue stick to the inside of the bottle? •••• Why does your OB-GYN leave the room when you get undressed? They’re gonna look up there anyway. •••• If qizzes are quizzical then what are tests? •••• If corn oil is made from corn and vegetable oil is mde from vegeta-

Four planes crash-landed; 11 more crews bailed out, and three of the Raiders died. Eight more were captured; three were executed. Another died of starvation in a Japanese prison camp. One crew made it to Russia. The Doolittle Raiders sent a message from the United States to its enemies, and to the rest of the world: We will fight. And, no matter

bles, then what is baby oil made from? •••• Do illiterate people get the full effect of Alphabet soup? •••• Do not walk behind me for I may not lead; do not walk ahead of me for I may not follow. Do not walk beside me either, just pretty much leave me alone. •••• The journey of a thousand miles begins with a broken fan belt and a leaky tire. •••• It’s alway darkest before the dawn. So if you’re gonna steal your neighbor’s newspaper, that’s the time to do it. •••• Always remember you’re unique. Just like everyone else. •••• Never test the depth of water with both feet. •••• Before you criticize someone you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them you’re a mile away and you have their shoes. •••• Never miss a good chance to shut up. •••• It’s less expensive if you get your annual breast exam at Hooters. •••• Police begin campaign to run down jaywalkers. •••• Bruce and his wife walked into the dentist's office. Bruce told the den-

Of the 80 Raiders, 62 survived the war. They were celebrated as national heroes, models of bravery. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer produced a motion picture based on the raid; "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo ," starring Spencer Tracy and Van Johnson, was a patriotic and emotional box-office hit, and the phrase became part of the national lexicon. In the movie-theater previews for the film, MGM proclaimed that it was presenting the story........ "with supreme pride."

Beginning in 1946, the surviving Raiders have held a reunion each April, to commemorate the mission. The reunion is in a different city each year. In 1959, the city of Tucson, Arizona, as a gesture of respect and gratitude, presented the Doolittle Raiders with a set of 80 silver goblets. Each goblet was engraved with the name of a Raider. Every year, a wooden display case bearing all 80 goblets is transported to the reunion city. Each time a Raider passes away, his goblet is

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tist, "Doc, I'm in one heck of a hurry. Scott and Tony are sitting out in my car waiting for us to go play golf, so forget about the anesthetic, I don't have time for the gums to get numb.

I just want you to pull the tooth, and be done with it! We have a 10:00am tee time at the best golf course in town and it's 9:30 already...I don't have time to wait for the anesthetic to work! The dentist thought to himself, "Well, well, at last a golfer with real balls!!" So the dentist asks him, "Which tooth is it sir?"

Bruce turned to his wife and said, "Open your mouth, honey, and show the dentist.” Reading Labels

I am going to start reading the labels.

Now I have the answer for this body of mine! When I take a shower I often use the rest of my shampoo to lather myself up. Well, I read the label on the bottle, "For Extra Volume & Body." No wonder it is so difficult to keep my weight under control. Starting today, I am going to use dish-washing liquid for showering - that label reads,

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in November in Escondido.

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The Escondido Republican Club Announces April Meeting - The Escondido Republican Club (TERC) will be holding its monthly lunchtime meeting on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, featuring Paula Whitsell, the newly appointed Chairwoman of the San Diego County Republican Party.

Ms. Whitsell will discuss her vision for further growing the San Diego Republican Party and what we in N o r t h County can do to help. The Escondido Republican Club is proud of its role in winning several major elections

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turned upside down in the case at the next reunion, as his old friends bear solemn witness. Also in the wooden case is a bottle of 1896 Hennessy Very Special cognac. The year is not happenstance: 1896 was when Jimmy Doolittle was born.

There has always been a plan: When there are only two surviving Raiders, they would open the bottle, at last drink from it, and toast their comrades who preceded them in death.

This informative meeting will be held this month at Mike's BBQ Restaurant, 1356 W. Valley Parkway, Escondido. Check-in begins at 11:15am, with an optional lunch, ordering from the regular menu of delicious BBQ items. There is no mandatory fee for attending. We have our own private meeting room. We are holding our meeting at Mike's and on Tuesday as a change, due to seating issues at Cocina del Charro. The meeting will begin promptly at noon and conclude at 1:00pm. As a courtesy, please let us know you are coming by calling (760) 480-8300. (However, RSVP is not required for attendance.) If you haven't renewed your TERC dues yet, please mail your check, payable to TERC, to TERC, P.O. Box 3110, Escondido, CA 92033. Dues still remain only $15/single member and $25/couple.

College Republican Austin Katz to Speak at CRWF Meeting - On Saturday, April 24th, the Carlsbad Republican Women welcome Aus

Austin Katz is a Senior at the University of California-San Diego, and currently President of the College Republicans at UCSD and the Activism Director for the California Federation of College Republicans. Austin will give us an update on “What’s New with College Republicans in California.” As an accomplished speaker at such

As 2013 began, there were five living Raiders; then, in February, Tom Griffin passed away at age 96.

What a man he was. After bailing out of his plane over a mountainous Chinese forest after the Tokyo raid, he became ill with malaria, and almost died. When he recovered, he was sent to Europe to fly more combat missions.

a young age, this is a unique opportunity to learn about Republican activism on our college campuses today!

Austin has experience in local and national government including interning at the White House, Office of Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), and the Office of Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer (R-CA). He is a lifelong San Diegan, has also volunteered on local campaigns and worked for the Republican Party of San Diego County. Austin firmly believes in the promise of America and is committed to upholding conservative principles. The Carlsbad Republican Women Club focuses on campaigns and elections, getting out the vote, political issues and efforts, registering new Republicans, educating our members and the public, and serving the military and other worthy organizations in our area.

CRWF’s April 24th brunch will be held at the Holiday Inn, 2725 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad. Cost is $32 per guest paid in advance by credit card. Please RSVP at www.CarlsbadRepublicans.com. Doors open at 9:45am and the program begins at 10:00am, concluding by 12 noon. For more information, contact Ann at 760.415.7006 or annie13035@yahoo.com. Please RSVP by Monday, April 19th at noon. Check us out on Facebook as Carlsbad Republican Women


Santa Margarita Chapter, DAR, to Host Mobile Education Exhibit for Wreaths Across America - The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), announces that the Wreaths Across America (WAA) Mobile Education Exhibit (MEE) is coming to North County on Sunday, April 25th. The Chapter will host the WAA MEE during an open house to honor our nation's veterans and active duty military.

The MEE will be located at RideNow SoCal, 1725 Hacienda Drive, Vista, from 10am to 4:30pm.

The exhibit, through interactive exhibits, short films, and shared stories, serves as a mobile museum, educating visitors about the service and sacrifice of our nation's heroes as well as serving as an official 'welcome home' station for our nation's Vietnam Veterans. All veterans, active-duty military, their families, and the local community members are invited and encour-

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remained: Dick Cole (Doolittle's co-pilot on the Tokyo raid), Robert Hite, Edward Saylor and David Thatcher. All were in their 90s.

that is worthy of their sacrifice?

They have decided that there are too few of them for the public reunions to continue.

The men decided that after their final public reunion they would wait until a later date -- to get together once more, informally and in absolute privacy.

They don't talk about that, at least not around other people. Yes, they did appreciate hearing that they were remembered.

He was shot down, captured, and spent 22 months in a German prisoner of war camp. The selflessness of these men, the sheer guts ... There was a passage in the Cincinnati Enquirer obituary for Mr. Griffin that, on the surface, had nothing to do with the war, but that was emblematic of the depth of his sense of duty and devotion: "When his wife became ill and needed to go into a nursing home, he visited her every day.

He walked from his house to the nursing home, fed his wife, and at the end of the day brought home her clothes. At night, he washed and ironed her clothes. Then he walked them up to her room the next morning. He did that for three years until her death in 2005." Out of the original 80, only four Raiders

Fort Walton Beach, Florida, marked the end. It had come full circle; Florida 's nearby Eglin Field was where the Raiders trained in secrecy for the Tokyo mission. They did all it could to honor the men: a six-day celebration of their valor, including luncheons, a dinner and a parade.

Did the men ever wonder if those of us for whom they helped save the country have tended to it in a way

That is when they opened the bottle of brandy. The years were flowing by too swiftly now; they were not going to wait until there were only two of them. They filled the four remaining upturned goblets. And raised them in a toast to those who are gone.

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Rosie Flores, a former Escondido High School student, who was sexually abused by her step-father from ages six to 12, is sharing her story to empower children to stand up to their abusers. With the help of Palomar Health Forensic Health Services (FHS), she put her abuser behind bars for 372 years to life and now supports others in their journey from survivor to advocate. She currently attends Bucknell University studying Political Science and Pre-Law and plans to become a prosecutor. Her journey from survivor to advocate has been assisted by Palomar Health FHS, which provides forensic health exams to collect evidence used against perpetrators of sexual assault, child abuse, and domestic violence. FHS also provides victim support services. This virutal even debuted on Tuesday, April 13, between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. This was a virtual event.

April is Child Abuse Prevention and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Palomar Health FHS performs forensic exams on survivors used by law enforcement to prosecute perpetrators. Last year Palomar Health FHS served 1,408 survivor/victims, honored with individual pinwheels placed at the entrance of Palomar Medical

Man About Town

Retirement? What's that?

At least once a month I have coffee with retired Pastor, Dick Huls.

Absolutely love the man. Every time we have coffee I leave feeling good! He makes me feel good. He inspires me.

We solve all the world's problems in about a half hour, maybe an hour. Then we kibbitz.

Recently, among other things, we talked about what lyle e davis would do if and when he sold the newspaper and no longer had deadlines to deal with. All that free time. Whatever would he do? He's not the type to retire and sit on a rocking chair. He has to be busy doing something worthwhile. Can't really travel that much because (a) travel isn't much fun anymore, too many lines to wait in, too many regulations, (b) not a great demand for jobs for 82 year-old geezers (and I'm not sure I could work for someone else; not used to taking orders and am a stubborn and inde-

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Centers Escondido and Poway. FHS has helped Rosie through her journey, from being a victim to becoming an advocate. Olga Diaz, Former Escondido City Council Member, Accepts Executive Position in Wisconsin

Former Escondido City Councilwoman Olga Diaz, who opted not to run for re-election last year after serving 12 years in office, has accepted an executive position at the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire.

Her new title will be vice chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion and student affairs, and she’ll begin work on June 14. “I’m excited,” said Diaz, “but I’ll be leaving a place I love.”

UW-Eau Claire is part of the 13campus University of Wisconsin system, with a student body of about 10,000. Diaz has strong family ties to the area, as her husband, retired Escondido police Lt. Neal Griffin, grew up in Eau Claire, and her father-in-law, James Phillip Griffin, was a philosophy professor and chair of the philosophy and religious studies department at UW–Eau Claire. For now, Diaz said, she will be moving to Wisconsin while her husband remains in Escondido to allow the couple’s son to finish high school, with visits back and forth as much as possible. She’ll also continue a doctoral program she began

pendent cuss, (c) maybe need to buy another business but (i) not one that would require a lot of walking, heavy lifting, exertion, (ii) not one that has deadlines. I'm tired of meeting deadlines, (iii) would not have to be a major money-maker - I'm fairly comfortable financially. Dick suggested, if I didn't need the money, I might consider becoming a volunteer. Sheriff's volunteer? (No, not me), Walmart greeter? (No, thank you), ombudsman for senior citizens (maybe), court appointed advocate for kids (maybe), dog rescuer? (That might work. Love dogs. My problem is, I get way too involved emotionally). Community farmer? Nope. Don't enjoy farming. Plus, information Dick told me puts me off. He said that if you have 1/4 acre of land and hope to farm . . . think twice. It would cost you around $500 a month just for water costs to the city. I had no idea. Secondly, he said, if you want to sell your produce at a Farmer's Market, think again. You have to be certified by the county and they make you jump through all kinds of hoops.

Example: Dick has an acre and a half. He plants avocados, citrus, onions, lettuce, carrots, all types of produce, plus he has bee hives (he's an expert in bees). "If I want to sell my honey I can't just harvest the honey, buy jars, wash them, sterilize them, fill them, put lids on them and then sell them. No, the county will come in and say, 'say, you know you have to be certified to sell that honey. Among other things you have to use only stainless steel equipment plus we have these hoops you have to jump through' - all of which involves added costs.

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this year at USC.

Once her son heads to college, she said, she and her husband will make Eau Claire their home base. The couple also has three grown daughters. Mixed feelings were expressed by a number of friends in the Escondido area, most of which were summed up in the feeling . . “we are happy for Olga and her new position but we hate to see her leave. She was an important part of Escondido and she will be missed.” Judge orders Carlsbad Councilmember Cori Schumacher to pay Attorney Fees to Critics

After dismissing a restraining order Carlsbad City Councilmember Cori Schumacher sought against two critics of her performance as a councilmember, the judge ordered Schumacher to pay attorney fees for both complainants. Judge Cynthia A. Freeland, who dismissed the restraining order in March, granted Anthony Bona his full request of $32,193. She granted Noel Breen a total of $14,453 after part of his request was denied as not appropriate to the case.

“The court’s award of $47,000 against Cori Schumacher — almost twice what she earns every year as a council member — sent a clear message that politicians should respect the First Amendment rights of the public,” Breen’s attorney,

(The farming information re: costs, etc, is for San Diego County. It may be different where you live. If so, lemme know. I'll share the information - but I'm still not interested in farming. Too much like work.) A query.

Those of you who have retired . . . what do you do to keep yourself out of jail? How do you keep yourself busy and occupied with something you truly enjoy?

Did you find another business to buy and operate? Do you do volunteer work? Or do you just travel and watch the world go by? (I would love to do some travel, cruising, for example but I can't do that year round - and I have real world considerations when it comes to Mary traveling . . . would love to travel with Evelyn . . . but, it's complicated.) Open to suggestions for my long term planning. Thanks.

•••• Ranting Time: Will someone please tell women that their false eyelashes that are 1” long do not flatter them? They look totally artificial and ugly. I notice more and more women tv reporters wearing eyelashes that are so huge they distract from the story the reporter is telling and makes the reporter resemble a female clown. •••• Well, we had some fun with our April Fool’s Day cover story concerning the imminent arrival of the Eiffel Tower coming to Escondido as a new and major tourist attraction. Mayor Mac (Paul McNamara) told me

Scott Talkov, said by email Friday. A third person subject to the restraining order, Larry Posner, was dismissed from the case before Freeland ruled that the restraining order should be dismissed in response to an anti-SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) motion filed by Bona and Breen. Freeland said that the only reasonable interpretation of the three men’s comments on YouTube, Facebook and other accounts was that they were “social commentary, not personal threats.” The judge’s financial award was the second wave of bad news this week for Schumacher, a former surfing champion.

Radio talk-show host and former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio announced he would file an official notice with the city clerk of his intent to circulate a petition to recall the councilwoman. He cited her failed attempt to use the courts to silence her critics as one of several reasons she needs to step down. Schumacher represents council District 1, which covers the city’s northwest quadrant including the downtown Village and Barrio neighborhoods.

Recall proponents will have 120 days to collect the minimum of about 3,800 signatures of District 1 registered voters to require a recall election. Only registered voters in that district could participate in the election.

he had received plenty of comment on it and he enjoyed the story (see his column on page 11). City Manager Jeff Epp also heard a great deal about it. One of our subscribers called Evelyn Madison and said, “I don’t know about Mayor Mac and his Eiffel Tower idea. I think he’s a bit loony!” “Did you happen to notice date of the cover story?,”Evelyn asked. “OMG!,” said the subscriber. “It’s an April Fool’s story? Very well done!”

That’s typical of the comments we received. Most seemed to enjoy the story and enjoyed even more the retelling of the tale.

Our good friends, competitors, and colleagues, over at The Valley Roadrunner featured an April Fool’s Day cover story as well. They posted a story about Governor Newsom arranging to transfer a state prison to Valley Center.

More than a few people bought into this story as well . . and were relieved when they learned it was another of those stories that we newspaper folk sometimes dredge up to channel our readership into fun and games time and get away from the often wearisome and painful real news of the day. Naturally, Justin Salter, the publisher of the Valley News as well as the Escondido Times Advocate, and his editor, David Ross, and myself, have all made a solemn and sacred pledge to never, ever even consider again posting an April Fool’s cover story that is less than 100% truthful, reliable and dependable. Unless we get bored.

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They are all gone now but should never be forgotten - and to remind

No exchange allowed from Armani Exchange -- can you help?

Tessa Tan orders a sweatshirt from Armani Exchange, but it doesn't fit. Why won't the company exchange it for her?

you of just how much these men sacrificed . . . we offer this photo esssay:

Q: I'm trying to get an item exchanged that I bought through Armani Exchange online. Last year, I bought several items from Armani online. One of them, a crew-neck sweatshirt, was too big for me.

I called Armani and a representative told me the warehouse was closed because of COVID-19. I needed to wait until the warehouse reopened to ask for the exchange. A representative told me I could return the item even though we were almost at the end of the 30-day window for returns. I sent an email to the company, asking when the warehouse would open, but no one responded. I waited patiently. Eventually, Armani responded that it had "escalated" my case but couldn't process a return because I was 60 days past my order. But no one had told me about the 60-day limit, and I had tried to return it sooner. Can you help me get my exchange from Armani Exchange? -- Tessa Tan, Dublin, Calif.

A: Armani Exchange, the youth-oriented brand of the Italian designer Giorgio Armani, should have sent you a sweatshirt that fit. Since that didn't happen, the company should have exchanged the sweatshirt for one that did -- pandemic or not.

I've reviewed the extensive email correspondence with Armani Exchange. By the way, nice work keeping all the emails. They are always helpful for a resolution. It looks like you placed your order at the start of the pandemic. Then the Armani Exchange warehouse closed. You asked for an exchange within 30 days, but a representative told you to wait. So you did.

Things get a little murky after that. It's not clear when the warehouse reopened, but by the time Armani Exchange began responding to you, it appears that more than two months had elapsed.

Their 70th Anniversary Photo They are now gone. All gone. Thank you to all of Doolittle’s Raiders!

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aged to visit, take a tour and speak with WAA representatives and volunteers. Santa Margarita members will also share more about the national nonprofit, and the work its volunteers do to support our heroes and their communities year-round.

The Mobile Education Exhibit is free and open to the public. Social distancing, face masks, sanitation and COVID-19 safety procedures will be in place to protect the health of all visitors. Members of the media, dignitaries, veterans and other interested groups are urged to come, ask questions, share stories and experience this one-of-a-kind exhibit. Wreaths Across America is a nonprofit organization best known for placing wreaths on veteran’s headstones at Arlington National Cemetery. In 2020, the organization placed more than 1.7 million sponsored veterans’ wreaths at 2,557 participating locations nationwide. You can sponsor a veteran’s wreath anytime for $15 at www.wreathacrossamerica.org. Each sponsorship goes toward a live, balsam wreath that will be placed on the headstone of an American hero as we endeavor to honor all veterans laid to rest at noon on Saturday, December 18, 2021, as part of National Wreaths across America Day. The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) is a corporate sponsor of the MEE. The DAR is open to any female eighteen years of age or older who is lineally descended from an ancestor who aided the patriots in the fight for independence in the American Revolution. Visit www.nsdar.org or www.santamargarita.californiadar.org Oceanside Theatre Company & Scripps Ranch Theatre Present "My Brooklyn Hamlet" Streaming April 23-25 and April 30-May 2, the one woman show "My Brooklyn Hamlet" will be streaming at the Oceanside Theatre Company and Scripps Ranch Theatre.

Scripps Ranch Theatre (SRT) and Oceanside Theatre Company (OTC) are once again coproducing a streaming piece - the one woman show MY BROOKLYN HAMLET, written and performed by Brenda

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shot and killed by her father and within months he married her aunt. This is a story about love and hate, passion and numbness, and how to find joy after you’ve lost everything. This is a real-life Shakespearean tragedy in modern day Brooklyn...with some humor twisted in. Part family comedy, part Greek tragedy. "My Brooklyn Hamlet" is Brenda Adelman's acclaimed one-woman show about family, murder, love, betrayal, and the awesome power of forgiveness. Tickets: $22; http://scrippsranchtheatre.org/mybrooklynhamlet/ How to Join In: Streaming April 23-25 and Aprii 30-May 2: Purchase your $22 ticket for My Brooklyn Hamlet at http://scrippsranchtheatre.org/mybrooklynhamlet/

All patrons who purchase tickets will receive a link to stream the production. This link will be available from noon on Friday, April 23rd to noon on Monday, April 26th, and from noon on Friday, April 30 to noon on Monday, May 3rd. You may view the production at any time during this window.

Bonsall Woman's Club to Hold Spring Fundraiser - On Friday, May 7th, the Bonsall Woman's Club (BWC) will hold a Spring fundraiser from 11am to 5pm at the Z Cafe - lower level in the Bonsall River Village plaza. The fundraiser entitled “Village Spring Pop-up Boutique” is a perfect opportunity to purchase a special gift for mom or a good friend for Mother’s Day. This fundraiser, open to the public, will offer many and varied gift items, jewelry, spring wreaths, succulents flowering plants and bird cages.

Arbor Day – A Call to Action

Arbor Day is April 30th, an observance that began in 1872 when the Nebraska State Board of Agriculture adopted a resolution creating a day set aide to plant trees. The holiday spread throughout the United States and is observed in many countries around the world. California’s observance is March 7th, and coincides with the birthday of botanist Luther Burbank. Today, many communities organize treeplanting and litter-collecting events to coincide with the holiday. But whichever day we observe, it’s a call to action. In California, the Legislature first proclaimed California Arbor Day on March 7, 1974 to encourage people to plant trees and organize civic engagement in protecting urban trees. Trees moderate temperature extremes and reduce energy consumption. They also reduce emissions and air pollution and help meet statuary pollution limits by sequestering carbon. Trees remove airborne pollutants from the atmosphere, help purify our water supplies by reducing surface runoff, aid water management and protect water resources. Trees are also a valuable economic asset that can maintain and increase property values and attract new businesses to

Pictured: Top row: l - r: Marlene Rantanen, Patty Merriam, Emily Manley Bottom row; l - r: Mary Jane Poulter, Maura Button, Shay Mandrayar (Not shown: Sydne Gilbert)

The craft section of the Bonsall Woman’s Club have been tirelessly working to make kitchen towels, microwave bowl holders, crossstitched notecards, painted terra cotta pots, wine bottle lights and wind chimes. Members donate their time and materials year-round to make unique high-quality items to be offered in support of fundraising events such as this one.

Guided Tour of Beautify Escondido Barrier Painting Project - As a response to the social

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urban areas. They enhance the aesthetic quality of our communities by functioning as natural barriers for surface noise, and provide badly needed habitat for wildlife, including birds and many threatened or endangered species. A recent study by the U.S. Forest Service indicated that our nation’s cities lose around 175,000 acres or 36 million trees each year. That trend can be reversed.

California is a national leader on climate protections and emission reductions. Planting trees is a simple, but significant step that will improve and enhance our environment. It’s a step we all can take -and we certainly don’t need to limit our tree planting activities to just one or two days each year. Trees are wonderful! Let’s plant more of them. Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, represents the 75th Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the communities of Bonsall, Escondido, Fallbrook, Hidden Meadows, Pala, Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center and Vista.

5th District Supervisor

Jim Desmond

Addressing Homelessness in North County

Proceeds will benefit local charities as well as supporting high school scholarships. All County Coronavirus rules for retail businesses, including face masks and social distancing will be observed.

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We’ve all heard the same political campaign speech, ‘We need to solve homelessness,’ and while it sounds good, that promise which has been made time and time again, usually lacks substance. San Diego County continues to struggle with an on-going crisis of homelessness with an estimated 22,000 people experiencing homelessness at some point throughout the year. While much of the focus on homelessness is in the urban core, North San Diego County feels the effects. In 2019, 1,540 homeless individuals were counted in one night, in the North County. Despite millions of dollars being spent, improvement has been limited.

Earlier this week, I partnered with Supervisor Lawson-Remer on a board letter, which looks to make a significant impact to address North County’s homeless population. The action develops a North County pilot program, which includes teams of outreach staff and will be compromised of highly qualified social workers, which will be deployed in cities to develop trust and build relationships with homeless individuals. Working closely with each City government’s homeless personnel and resources, the County staff will leverage resources regionally, across jurisdictional lines. They will be able to transport clients and will have access to

funds to provide for incidentals such as clothing, food, help obtaining identification and short-term motel vouchers as part of the engagement. This engagement will lead to services and housing, getting this vulnerable population off the street, making a dent in the crisis facing many of our cities.

Currently, each of the eight cities in North County have various service providers, which deploy resources and programs, however in order to truly tackle this problem, the elected leaders in these cities have come together to coordinate a regional approach and collaborate with the County. This will provide a greater level of outreach and support to unhoused individuals. For too long those experiencing homelessness and the residents of San Diego County have been given empty promise upon empty promise. The time for talk is done. It’s time for San Diego County and North County to step up to address this problem together.

To contact

North County Office – by appointment only 325 S. Melrose Ave., Suite 5200 Vista, CA 92081 Mon.-Fri., 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Website: www.supervisorjimdesmond.c om EmailJim.Desmond@sdcounty.ca.gov

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return request within 12 days of receiving your order, Armani Exchange may not have received it until weeks later, presumably because of the pandemic.

This is a difficult case because we don't have Armani's side of the story. If you were within Armani's 20-day window, you should be able to get a new shirt. But there was no way to get a full picture without Armani Exchange's help. So I reached out to the company. It didn't answer (perhaps because of the pandemic?). So I tried one more time. Silence, again. Unfortunately, without Armani's cooperation, I can't mediate a resolution. My advice? Talk to your credit card company about initiating a dispute on the charge. It certainly looks as if you did everything you could to do a timely exchange. You deserve either a new sweatshirt or a full refund.

Christopher Elliott is the chief advocacy officer for Elliott Advocacy. Email him at chris@elliott.org or get help with any consumer problem by contacting him at http://www.elliott.org/help © 2021 Christopher Elliott.


TAP Air Portugal rescheduled my flight -- can I get a refund?

TAP Air Portugal reschedules -and then cancels -- John Schmidt's flights. He wants a refund, but the airline is offering a voucher. Who is right?

Q: In August 2019 I booked two roundtrip tickets to Lisbon on TAP Air Portugal, using Flight Network, an online travel agency. In March 2020, two months before my scheduled departure, TAP notified me of a significant schedule change. My new outbound flight departed a day later than originally scheduled. My new return flight left two hours earlier. Considering these changes, I requested a full refund, as all my travel plans were essentially negated. Almost two weeks later, Flight Network notified me that my flights were canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic and that TAP was offering vouchers. I reminded Flight Network that my refund request was due to changes made by TAP and not the pandemic.

Flight Network again conveyed my request for a full refund. TAP responded to Flight Network with “We will advise our refund department of passenger's decision” and “This case will be closed.” Not very reassuring. I understand

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these are trying times. However, I am concerned that my request may have been discarded or worse yet, that my refund may have been indefinitely postponed. Can you help me get my refund? -- John Schmidt, New York

A: You're right, this refund request has nothing to do with the pandemic. TAP Air Portugal changed your flight by an entire day. TAP's general conditions of carriage (the legal agreement between you and the airline) address your situation. Section 8.2.1 says if the airline cancels your flight, it will give you a full refund of the ticket not flown, in the form of travel credit or refund through the same form of payment you made when you purchased the ticket. TAP canceled your flight and rescheduled you for the next day. Case closed.

So what went wrong? It looks like something may have gotten lost in translation between Flight Network and TAP. It's true that you need to make a refund request through your online agent, but nothing is stopping you from also contacting the airline directly. I list the names, numbers and email addresses of all the <a href="https://www.elliott.org/company-contacts/tap-airportugal/">TAP Air Portugal managers</a> on my consumer advocacy site, Elliott.org.

A brief, polite email to one of them might have helped. Or not. At the time you sought a refund, TAP was trying to process more refund requests than it had ever seen at once. And in that sense, the pandemic had a lot to do with your refund problem. It looks as if your case got thrown in with the rest of them, with someone deciding that a voucher was your only option. Understandable -- and unfortunate. I contacted TAP Air Portugal on your behalf. A representative called you and said a "system glitch or human error" had delayed your refund. TAP returned your money, as promised.

Christopher Elliott's latest book is “How To Be The World’s Smartest Traveler” (National Geographic). Get help by contacting him at http://www.elliott.org/help © 2021 Christopher Elliott.

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

labeled simply as "missing." Motivated to rectify the situation, Barton contacted President Lincoln for permission to officially respond to the unanswered inquiries. Thus, a massive search began for the missing soldiers.

A Nearly Forgotten Woman: Clara Barton

From 1865 to 1868, Barton achieved widespread recognition by delivering lectures around the country about her war experiences. During this time she met Susan B. Anthony and began an association with the woman's suffrage (right to vote) movement. She also became acquainted with abolitionist Frederick Douglass, becoming an activist for civil rights.

Clarissa Harlowe Barton, born Dec. 25, 1821, was the founder of the American Red Cross after being a hospital nurse during the Civil War. In addition, she also had been a teacher, and a patent clerk. Since nursing education was not then very formalized and she did not attend nursing school, Barton provided selftaught nursing care. She was doing humanitarian work and civil rights advocacy at a time before women had the right to vote.

In 1870, at the beginning of the Franco-Prussian War, Barton assisted in the preparation of military hospitals and gave much help to the European Red Cross Society during that war.

For the past year, much of the pandemic focus has been on front-line nurses, so it’s fitting that Clara Barton be recognized and remembered as America’s first official nurse.

Born in North Oxford, Mass., her father was Captain Stephen Barton, a member of the local militia and town leader who inspired his daughter with patriotism and a broad humanitarian interest. Barton became an educator in 1838, teaching for 12 years in schools in Canada and Georgia. Barton knew how to handle rambunctious children, particularly the boys since as a child she was close to her brothers and boy cousins. She learned how to act like them, making it easier for her to later relate to and control the young men in her care.

On April 19, 1861, the Baltimore Riot resulted in the first bloodshed of the Civil War. Some of the wounded were transported to Washington D.C., where Barton was living at the time. Wanting to serve her country, Barton went to the railroad station when the victims arrived where she gave aid to some 40 wounded. Barton provided crucial assistance to the men in uniform, many of whom were hungry and without any supplies other than what they carried on their backs. She began helping them by taking supplies to the partially constructed U.S. Capitol Building where young soldiers of her home state’s 6th Massachusetts Militia were housed.

Barton quickly recognized some of the boys, a few of which she had taught in school. Barton, along with some other women, provided clothing, food, and supplies for the sick and wounded soldiers. She learned how to store and distribute medical supplies and offered emotional support to the soldiers by keeping their spirits high. Barton read to them, wrote letters to their families, talked and supported them in any way she could.

After the end of the Civil War, Barton discovered thousands of letters from distraught families to the War Department were going unanswered concerning the missing soldiers, many of them buried across the South in unmarked graves. Many were

After her nationwide tour in 1868, she was both mentally and physically exhausted and under doctor's orders she took a break from her work. Barton closed the Missing Soldiers Office and traveled to Europe. In 1869, during her trip to Geneva, Switzerland, Barton was invited to be the representative for the U.S. branch of the European Red Cross and helped her find financial benefactors to start the “American Red Cross Society.”

In 1873, when Barton returned home, she began a movement for the U.S. government to officially recognize the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). In 1878, she met with then-President Rutherford B. Hayes, but he doubted the nation would ever see another calamity like the Civil War. Barton persisted and finally succeeded getting said recognition during the administration of President Chester Arthur. She argued that in addition to war, the new American Red Cross could respond to crises such as natural disasters like earthquakes, forest fires, and hurricanes. Barton became president of the society, which was officially founded Aug. 22, 1881 in Dansville, New York, where she maintained a country home

In 1884, Barton helped in the floods on the Ohio river, provided Texas with food and supplies during the famine of 1887 and took nurses to Illinois in 1888 after a tornado, and in that same year to Florida for a yellow fever epidemic. In response to the Johnstown Flood of 1889, she led a delegation of 50 doctors and nurses. In 1897, Barton sailed to Constantinople (Istanbul), Turkey where she opened the first American International Red Cross headquarters. Barton's last field operation as president of the American Red Cross was helping victims of the Galveston hurricane in 1900.

In 1897, at age 76, Barton continued to live in her Glen Echo, Maryland home which also served as the Red Cross Society’s national headquarters. In 1898, the society's role changed with the advent of the Spanish-American War during which time it aided both military and civilian wounded. Barton published her autobiography in 1907. On April 12, 1912, she died in her home at the age of 90. She was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1973.

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restrictions put in place in connection with the pandemic in 2020, the City of Escondido narrowed Grand Avenue to two traffic lanes in August 2020 and made the former parking lane available to businesses. This was accomplished by placing almost 100 gray, dull looking concrete barriers (K-rails) to mark the boundary to the new parking lane.

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This presented a unique challenge to local artists. After the first two barriers in front of the Escondido Art Association’s (EAA) Artists Gallery located at 121 W. Grand Avenue were painted, business owners along Grand Avenue asked if their barriers could be decorated as well. Passers-by asked if they could participate, and the Beautify Escondido (BE) Movement, under the umbrella of the Escondido Art Association (EAA), was created and took off. At the time, it was uncertain how long the barriers would be in place, but it did not deter the volunteers from completing their mission of




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changing the look of Grand Avenue, Escondido.

The goal of the Beautify Escondido (BE) Movement was to make a positive difference in a difficult time by uniting and infusing energy and optimism into our city during the Covid pandemic. Interested parties were given a chance to express their artistic talents by serving the community, keeping our city alive, supporting our businesses and setting a goal to attract and capture the eye of visitors. The City of Escondido was incredibly supportive of the project and city employees provided much assistance. Escondido Rotary, Escondido Shines, the Escondido Downtown Business Association, the Chamber of Commerce, MAGEC, Mandala Creations, businesses on Grand Avenue and last, but by no means least, all of the volunteer artists united in making the BE Barrier Painting Project a success. Completion of the BE barrier decoration project was celebrated in connection with The Second Saturday Art Walk on November 14, 2020. Two unpainted barriers located in front of 150 West Grand Avenue were reserved for a special occasion. Persons from supporting and donating organizations, the Mayor of Escondido, Paul McNamara, along with assisting

city employees and special guests were invited to add “words of wisdom”, special wishes, signatures, or decorations of their choice to the unpainted barriers. This event completed the decorating of the barriers with the credo: “The Escondido Coloring Book of Hope”. A profound expression was used by one of the city employees, Joanne Axelrod, to express her emotions: “Turning a safety necessity into a canvas for art and beauty is truly a positive silver lining of this pandemic.” The BE barrier painting project turned out to be an inspiration for further artistic efforts to enhance the downtown Escondido cityscape. The task of beautifying dumpsters has recently been tackled and several future art projects are on the horizon. This was just the awakening of a rousing movement, the brainchild of Escondido Art Association's Ambassador Suzanne Nicolaisen, to beautify the City of Escondido. On the website of The City of Escondido there is posted a SelfGuided tour of the BE barrier painting project: tiny.cc/beescondido

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Soroptimist International of Vista and North County Inland are asking people and companies to each donate $100, one dollar for every year of our existence. Your donation will go towards our Live Your Dream Education and Training Awards for women. These are cash awards given out each year to qualifying women who are the main source of support for their families, who have overcome obstacles such as teen pregnancy and domestic abuse, are enrolled in college or trade school, and need financial assistance.

Habitat for Humanity; 'Women Build' Projects - Women Build is back! What do you build on for? The past year has brought unique challenges for each of us, but the pandemic has been a stark reminder that the housing crisis is far from over. This year's event, Women Build On, is a celebration of resilience in our community, as well as a recognition of the fact that our work is not complete.

We are thrilled to announce that Cox is back as our presenting sponsor for the third year in a row and this marks their eighth year participating in Women Build, not to mention their NINTH year as a Habitat partner. Cox's generosity and dedication to creating affordable home ownership opportunities in San Diego is inspiring and we're proud to have their ongoing support. Women Build On will be different in some ways than in past years, but one thing has not changed -- we continue to empower women to create change in our community by increasing access to safe, healthy, affordable housing for all our neighbors. We are offering Women Build On opportunities designed to allow you to join us in the way that feels safest to you. 1. Limited in-person, on-site building; 2. An exciting new Adventure Race around San Diego County with your 'quaran-team'; and 3. Virtual 'building' from home.

As in previous years, all participants will have the opportunity to fundraise for San Diego Habitat and compete for exciting prizes. Whichever path you choose, make sure to save the date for our Virtual Kickoff Event on Thursday, April 29, 202l. San Diego Habitat for Humanity · 8128 Mercury Court · San Diego, CA 92111 · USA; Phone (619) 283-4663 · sandiegohabitat.org

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"Dissolves fat that is otherwise difficult to remove!" FROM NOW ON I AM ALWAYS GOING TO READ THE LABELS!

The Pastor Says...

the pastor may be on vacation, etc.)

To me, church is about experiencing God. If this happens, it won’t always have a lot to do with the music, the sermon, or the people. (All of these are important).

Usual Suspicions

After Adam stayed out late a few nights, Eve became suspicious.

"You’re running around with another woman— admit it!" she demanded. "What other woman?" Adam shot back. "You’re it!"

That night, Adam was fast asleep when he was awakened by Eve poking him in the chest. "What are you doing?"

"Counting your ribs." •••• NBA To Start Charging Teams For Free Throws •••• A man had just boarded and settled into his seat next to the window on the plane when another man sat down in the aisle seat and put his Black Labrador in the middle seat next to the man. The first man looked very quizzically at the dog and asked why the dog was allowed on the plane.

The second man explained that he was from the Police Drugs Enforcement Agency and that the dog was a 'sniffing dog'.

'His name is Sniffer and he's the best there is.

I'll show you once we get airborne, when I put him to work.' The plane took off, and once it has leveled out, the Policeman said, 'Watch this.' He told Sniffer to 'search'.

Sniffer jumped down, walked along the aisle, and finally sat very purposefully next to a woman for several seconds. Sniffer then returned to his seat and put one paw on the policeman's arm.

The Policeman said, 'Good boy', and he turned to the man and said, 'That woman is in possession of marijuana, I'm making a note of her seat number and the authorities will apprehend her when we land.’ 'Gee, that's pretty good,' replied the first man. Once again, the Policeman sent Sniffer to search the aisles.

The Lab sniffed about, sat down beside a man for a few seconds, returned to its seat, and this time he placed two paws on the agent's arm.

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Pastor Sam Brumit Mission 316, San Marcos

How to Choose a Local Church

As a pastor, people often ask me how do I choose a church to attend. Occasionally, they are asking because they are new to a community, have not attended in a while or something is going on in their life and they decide to look for spiritual answers.

They say things like “I would like to start going to church, but I don’t know which one to go to. How do I decide on a congregation?”

I always tell people to visit a few congregations and see if it fits what you might be hoping for. Sometimes, it’s good to go to one three times if you are initially interested. (It might be a special day or

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An interesting point is that many people make up their mind if they will return to a church within seven minutes. If that’s the case, you likely would not have even heard the sermon. (Churches, take note).

The most important aspect to consider is that the Bible is preached or taught. Whoever is giving the message, it should be based on God’s Word.

Another thing to consider is worship style. Churches worship God in lots of ways. It would be helpful if the style doesn’t get in your way of knowing more about God and experiencing Him. Hopefully, it will lead you closer to God.

Other factors that you might consider are the people themselves. Can you relate to them? Are they friendly? Encouraging? Warm? Do you feel at home there? Are their activities for your children? More than anything, pray and ask God to guide you in your search. If you sense His presence, His word is preached and it feels like home, you might just be in the place for you.

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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 Rebecca Jones

Spring Clean Household Hazardous Waste From Your Home

Spring cleaning is a time to tidy up our homes and yards, dust off the winter cobwebs, collect dust bunnies and remove household hazardous waste (HHW) from your home. HHW includes a variety of materials such as paint, household cleaners, pool chemicals, automotive products and pesticides typically found in your garage or under the sink. HHW items often have labels including: caution, warning, danger, toxic or flammable. These hazardous waste items must be properly disposed of and cannot be thrown away in household trash or poured down the sink.

San Marcos residents can dispose of these items free of charge at the Vista or Poway HHW collection facilities on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Vista HHW Collection Facility is located at 1145 E. Taylor St., Vista, and the Poway HHW Collection Facility is located at 12325 Crosthwaite Cir., Poway. Thank you for your cooperation to properly dispose of these items!

Escondido • Mayor Paul “Mac” McNamara Greetings Escondido,

On the 1st of April The Paper published its April Fools edition where my good friend, Lyle Davis, who is also the editor gave me credit for bringing the Eiffel Tower to Escondido. I want to give Lyle a shout out for retaining his sense of humor during this pandemic, and remembering that not everything in the world is serious. Good example for all of us. I have to admit, I wasn’t in on the joke and so was very surprised when I started to receive texts. My response was – What are you talking about, until I read the article, and then I couldn’t stop laughing. Interestingly, there were a number of folks, who initially at least, thought it was true. I interpret that as The Paper having some good writers who are able to convince people. Well done to everyone!

On a more serious note, as I write this article, we will be discussing Cannabis at today’s council meeting. It was taken off the agenda of the last one. This is an important topic that we need to discuss as a community. I’m sure you’ve heard all the arguments both for and against. If there was an easy solution, we would have done if by now. So, please engage and share your thoughts on this important topic.

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Plannin g Past the Pandem ic

While many small and mid-sized cities around the United States struggle because their economies were built largely on one main sector, Vista has diversified its business community by creating robust economic development strategies - from an award-winning brewery cluster to thriving industrial parks, and a hopping historic downtown.

Even during this past year’s pandemic, Vista has attracted new companies and investments while supporting the city’s existing businesses. We want to continue to nurture and support our existing businesses and industries, but also see around the corner new opportunities that will benefit our residents and businesses. Despite the economic headwinds caused by the pandemic, we believe Vista is well positioned for continued economic growth!

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Stay informed, Be Kind, Remember your neighbor, and Stay safe! Semper Fi, Mac, Paul P. McNamara, Mayor of Escondido pmcnamara@escondido.org

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The Policeman said, 'Two paws mean that man is carrying cocaine, so again, I'm making a note of his seat number for the police.' 'I like it!' said his seat mate.

The Policeman then told Sniffer to 'search' again.

Sniffer walked up and down the aisles for a little while, sat down for a moment, and then came racing back to the agent, jumped into the middle seat and proceeded to poop all over the place. The first man was really disgusted by this behavior and couldn't figure out how or why a well-trained dog would behave like that. So he asked the Policeman, 'What's going on ?'

The Policeman nervously replied, 'He's just found a bomb.'

As told by a woman friend of mine . . .

I had lunch with 2 of my unmarried friends. One is engaged, one is a mistress, and I have been married for 20+ years. We were chatting about our relationships and decided to amaze our men by greeting them at the door wearing a black bra, stiletto heels and a mask over our eyes. We agreed to meet in a few days to exchange notes.. Here's how it all went. My engaged friend :

‘The other night when my boyfriend came over he found me with a black leather bodice, tall stilettos and a mask.

He saw me and said, 'You are the woman of my dreams. I love you.'

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Oh sure, there are computers that say Dell on the outside but, everyone knows they’re not really Dells. Sometimes we have folks come in looking for a specific brand of PC. “I always had good luck with HP computers; do you have any of those?” Its really hard not sound like a “smart ass” when we tell them that the logo on outside of the Dell or HP has nothing to do with the quality and reliability on the inside, here’s why that’s true. To build today’s standard Desktop PC you start with a motherboard which has audio, video and all of the inter-

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faces built in. Then you need an external case, power supply, CPU, memory (RAM) and storage device (HDD or SSD). That’s six components, seven if you opt for a DVD player. Guess what! Dell and HP don’t make any of those parts, none. The next step is to put those parts together, load Microsoft’s Windows10 and make sure that everything works. Uh-oh Dell and HP don’t do that either. The assembly is done by contract manufacturers in low rent countries like China. After market warranty and service are also handled by third party contractors. So what does the Dell or HP logo mean on a computer? Since they make none of the parts, don’t do any assembly and test and use third party contractors to deliver and service the products the logo means absolutely nothing. Dell and HP are marketing companies for ASIAN PCs. There is no such thing as a Dell computer. That being said, the same is true of all the other computer brands. They are all an assemblage of components that are manufactured by someone else, yet some PC brands have achieved a reputation for quality and reliability while others are regarded as low in quality and reliability. ASUS, Samsung and Toshiba are held in high regard because they use premium components throughout their product lines. Their products are aimed at buyers who understand and can appreciate quality and performance and are willing to pay a premium price to get it. Packard Bell, E-Machine and Gateway used the cheapest components and manufacturing processes available to price compete for unso-

The Appraiser’s Corner

Similar to baseball cards being part of American history and folklore, comic books have served the same role. Of course, comic books have usually, but not always, been based on fictional characters, and comic books have also not been in the mainstream of American culture for as long as baseball cards.

As with baseball cards, stories of early comic books being thrown away are common. Most Americans have a tale to tell how their comics disappeared, and now those very same comics are worth a small fortune.

But for those people who may own some early-day comics, they are quite valuable. Comics from 1933 to 1940 are quite scarce, and very desirable.

Most people in the comic industry agree that the history of comic books began in the early 1930s when M.C. Gaines decided to put together a number of newspaper comic strips in a magazine form as a giveaway to purchasers of Ivory

Soap. Soon, other companies saw the popularity of such magazines, and soon more strips were being reprinted.

Shortly thereafter, Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, a real entrepreneur, started National Allied Publications. That company began printing New Comics and New Fun Comics in 1935. Each new comic had 32 tabloid newspaper-sized pages, and a full-color cover. Comics featured some of the same characteristics that we take for granted today, namely, humor, sports, adventure, and an extended story. The following year Wheeler-Nicholson folded the pages in half, resembling the comic books of today. The next year, 1937, it started another company, Detective Comics. D.C. Detective Comics was the first comic book devoted to a simple theme. Later that year, Wheeler-Nicholson sold his share of the business to Harry Donenfeld.

The following year D.C. Comics started Action Comics, and of course the introduction of an all-time favorite, Superman.

phisticated shoppers shopping in mass merchandisers (Big Box retailers) and they gained justifiable reputations for being cheap and unreliable.

Today Dell and HP are players in both the high end business arena and the low end retail trade. The simply have their Asian surrogates design and manufacture completely different models for each market. Business, school and governments (commercial) get the models with Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise, high quality components and three year warranties. Big Box stores sell the “retail” Windows

Home models with cheaper, lower quality components and single year warranties. So while there really is no such thing as a Dell or HP computer, there is a huge difference in the price and quality of their retail vs. corporate product offerings. You could say that a retail HP or Dell is an E-Machine and their corporate offerings are ASUS computers. Indeed, a refurbished five year old Dell or HP “corporate” model is, hands down, a better computer than a brand new retail model, and about half the price.

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Action Comics #1 was published in June 1938, and literally changed American culture. The front cover shows Superman, which was the first appearance of the mythical hero. Even though only a number of pages, not the entire issue, involve Superman, that particular issue is the comic book most coveted. It is believed that there are fewer than 25 graded unrestored copies of that first issue. If you do desire to own a copy, be prepared to pay top dollar, and keep in mind that an unrestored copy is worth considerably more than a restored copy. A restored copy is usually characterized by tape. With the introduction of Action Comics #1, comic books were on their way. But as popular as Superman has become through the years, the fact remains that Superman almost never came to life. Several earlier versions had failed to fly. The two creators of Superman, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, had tried for years to have their creation published. The final version happened one night in 1934, and in actuality, Siegel and Shuster wrote and drew several weeks’ worth of comic strips in less than 24 hours. But publishers were not

enthusiastic. For four years they tried to sell Superman to newspaper syndicates without success. Finally, in 1938, D.C. editor Vin Sullivan chose Superman from a pile of rejected strips sent to him, later saying that he did so simply because it “looked different” from the rest.

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The Planning Division Manager of the City of San Marcos has considered the proposed project and does intend to APPROVE the Director’s Permit DP21-0001 on April 26, 2021. Project No.: DP21-0001 Applicant: Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos Request: A Director’s Permit to allow for a 5,395 squarefoot youth education center within an existing mixed-use building in the Westlake Specific Plan Area (SPA) Zone. Environmental Determination: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the City of San Marcos did find the project categorically exempt (EX21-004) pursuant to Section 15301 Class 1(a) of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), in that this is an existing facility with no expansion. Location of Property: 413 Autumn Drive, San Marcos, California, 92069, more particularly described as: Parcel 3 of Parcel Map No. 20949, in the City of San Marcos, County of San Diego, State of California, on said parcel map filed in the office of the County Recorder of San Diego County, on February 2, 2012 as file no. 2012-0061542 of official records. Assessor’s Parcel Number: 220-130-86-00. Further information about this notice can be obtained from Norm Pedersen, Associate Planner, by calling 760-7441050 extension 3236, or via email npedersen@san-marcos.net. Notice: Any interested person may appeal the decision of the Planning Division Manager to the Planning Commission provided the appeal fee is paid ($20 for residents; $1,155 for non-residents) and a written appeal is submitted to the Planning Division Secretary within ten (10) calendar days of the date of the decision (due no later than 5:30 PM on May 06, 2021. The written appeal should specify the reasons for the appeal and the grounds upon which the appeal is based. The City’s Planning Commission will then consider the filed appeal/s at a later public hearing. The Planning Division can be contacted at 760-744-1050, extension 3233 or Gjackson@san-marcos.net. 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. Phil Scollick, City Clerk, City of San Marcos. DoP: 4/15/21 NOTIFICACIÓN DE LA DECISIÓN PREVISTA (Administrativo) El Gerente de la División de Planificación del Ayuntamiento de San Marcos ha considerado el proyecto propuesto y tiene la intención de aprobar el Permiso dp21-0001 del Director el 26 de abril de 2021. Proyecto No.: DP21-0001 Solicitante: Boys & Girls Club de San Marcos Solicitud: Permiso del Director para permitir un centro de educación juvenil de 5,395 pies cuadrados dentro de un edificio de uso mixto existente en la Zona de Área de Plan Específico (SPA) de Westlake Village. DOP: 4/15/21



IN THE MATTER OF: Abby Orozco-Arroyo Date of Birth: 06/04/2008


RESPONDENT: Eduardo Orozco-Balderas To: Eduardo Orozco-Balderas

You are ordered to appear in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of San Diego, in Department N-23 at the court location indicated above on June 03, 2021 at 8:30AM to show cause why Abby Orozco-Arroyo should not be declared free fom parental custody and control for the purpose of placement for adoption as requested in the petition. The hearing will be conducted by video or telephone at the North County Division, 325 S. Melrose Drive, Vista, CA. 92081. IMPORTANT; EDUARDO OROZCO-BALDERAS please call the court promptly for instruction on how to attend this hearing (760) 201-8720 M-F 8:30am - 11:30 am PST.

At the hearing, the judge will read the petition and, if requested, will explain the effect of the granting of the petition, any term or allegation contained therein and the nature of the proceeding, its procedures and possible consequences, and may continue the matter for not more than 30 days for the appointment of counsel or to give counsel time to prepare.

The court may appoint counsel to represent the minor whether or not the minor is able to afford counsel. If any parent appears and is unable to afford counsel, the court shall appoint counsel to represent each parent who appears unless such representation is knowingly and intelligently waived. Someone over the age of 18 - not the petitioner - must serve the other party with all the forms and complete a proof of service form, such as Proof of Service (JC Form #FL-330 or JC Form #FL-355), telling when and how the other party was served and file that with the court.

If you wish to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, yo should do so promptly so that your pleading, if any, may be filed on time. Date: 4/7/2021 /s/Pamela M. Parker

Judge of the Superior Court

Attorney or party without attorney: Hector Daniel Caratachea 613 S. Twin Oak Vallyo Road #40 San Marcos, CA. 92078 Telephone 760.481.4797


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