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April 25, 2019

Volume 49 - No. 17

By Friedrich Gomez

When we think of the heroic men and women in police uniform, proudly serving and protecting our community, risking their lives for our safety, every second of every day, we rarely think of the 4-footed variety – those valiant K-9 police dogs that serve, protect -- and have even fallen, heroically -- in the line of duty. The Paper - 760.747.7119

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From San Diego to the entire northern coastline past Carlsbad and Oceanside and eastward through Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, and beyond, every square inch of San Diego County’s vast geographical area is under the watchful and protective eyes of police and sheriff K9-teams. These “super cops” are formed in teams of two, one human and one animal, or simply put:

a police K9-handler and his K-9 dog partner. Together, these various K-9 teams have proven to be indispensable in the infrastructure of daily police work.

The specially-trained dogs have exceeded all expectations. Every single hour, night or day, somewhere within San Diego’s vast metropolitan region, these amazing, super-talented animals can, literally, make the difference between life and death

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with their arsenal of skills that are, quite simply, beyond the ability of any human being. Their unmatched speed on 4 legs, super-sensitive sense of smell, and the ability to squeeze into-and-through small recesses which humans find impossible, all make them a superior lifesaving support system. In addition, these canines offer a viable alternative to “use of


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deadly force” in, sometimes, potentially deadly situations. Once a police officer fires his weapon, that bullet can never be called back. Unlike a lethal bullet leaving a gun chamber, a trained police dog can be calledoff. Once the dog attacks, it often quickly brings a criminal down to the ground, subdued, and preventing the assailant from escaping, allowing the officers at the scene to handcuff and take-over. The dog, unlike a fired bullet, can then be called back.

Therefore, under such scenarios, it becomes virtually impossible to measure the true value of these canines that often defuse a situation, minimizing the use of “deadly force” which may have spared the officer’s life or even the criminal’s. Without the K-9 option, any standoff – no matter how brief – can quickly escalate to deadly force if that officer feels his life is in danger and, therefore, discharges his weapon.

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

A guy named Tom, was a single guy, living with his father and working in the family business. He knew that he would inherit a fortune once his sickly father died. Tom wanted two things: • To learn how to invest his inheritance. a wife to share his fortune.

• To find

One evening at an investment meeting, he spotted the most beautiful woman he had ever seen. Her natural beauty took his breath away "I may look like just an ordinary man," he said to her, "but in just a few years, my father will die, and

While necessity dictates that our police men and women must have life-threatening protection such as bullet-proof vests and firearms, these specialized K-9 Units also comprise a whole new level of protection, for both police as well as citizens. VISUAL DETERRENT WITHOUT CONFLICT

Time after time, the mere physical presence of these fearless animals, barking ferociously and baring its deadly teeth against a tightened leash of their police handler, is often enough to cause a suspect to quickly surrender.

Without question, these K-9 teams have often defused “deadly force” scenarios.

As Executive Assistant Chief, Phillip “Todd” Jarvis, of the San Diego Police Department, proudly declared to the print media: “Not a day goes by where police and their canine partners don’t deescalate volatile situations. They’ve saved countless lives of officers and citizens, alike.” K-9 POLICE WARNINGS

I'll inherit 20 million dollars." Impressed, the woman obtained his business card. Two weeks later, she became his stepmother.

Women are so much better at estate planning than men. A Doctor’s Report . . .

One of our patients wasn't taking any chances. Prior to her operation, she taped notes to her body for the surgeon... "Take your time," "Don't cut yourself," "No need to rush," "Wash your hands..."

After surgery, as I helped the patient back into her bed, we discovered a new note taped to her, this one from the doctor, "Has anyone seen my wristwatch?" •••• Bob meets Bill at the bar after work and is looking down in the dumps. "What's wrong now Bob," asked Bill.

Bob replies, "They called in a management team and gave everyone in the office an aptitude test to see what they were best suited for." "Yeah, so what's the problem with that," asks Bill.

Bob sighs, "Well, it seems I'm best suited for unemployment." •••• America believes in education: the average professor earns more money in a year than a professional athlete earns in a whole week. -

Often, when entering a darkened warehouse, store, or other dangerous enclosures where an armed intruder may be secretly hiding, an officer will shout his/her authorized warning before releasing their 4-footed K-9 partner, so that the suspect has fair warning and opportunity to surrender without conflict. Different cities with K-9 Units employ different verbiage regarding admonishments prior to releasing their police dogs. Despite these verbal variations from city to city, and even state to state, the K-9 officer’s warnings are basically the same protocol in expressing the same clear, concise language to any suspect.

In “Police K9 Magazine,” the world’s most widely-read K-9 publication which serves K-9 law enforcement officers and supervisors in 54 countries, author Sgt. Jerry Hunter, whose credentials include police K-9 handler and K-9 Unit Supervisor for the King City, California Police Department, states: “There are 3 components to the announcement that officers must state (to a suspect, prior to releasing their K-9 dog). These 3 components are:

Evan Esar

•••• I like work: it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours. - Jerome K. Jerome, "Three Men in a Boat," 1889 •••• A bore is a man who deprives you of solitude without providing you with company. - Gian Vincenzo Gravina •••• As for me, except for an occasional heart attack, I feel as young as I ever did. - Robert Benchley •••• The only normal people are the ones you don't know very well. - Joe Ancis Fashion statement.

I've decided to up my standards. Henceforth, I shall report for duty daily in my office dressed in a tuxedo. For years I would wear a pair of tennis shorts, a sports shirt and my ever present sandals. With my advancing years I decided it would be more appropriate to upgrade my clothes. So tuxedo it is. With cummerbund. Evelyn says I look silly but what does she know?

"Why are you wearing a tuxedo in your own home, at your own desk, in our office? People will think you're nuts!" "I will rely upon you to gently dissuade them of that notion. You know me better than most anyone

1. State your authority (police, sheriff, etc.) 2. Request for a peaceful surrender. 3. State the consequences for not surrendering (dog bite). (Cited in K9 Magazine, April 9, 2013 issue. info@policek9magazine.com)

Depending on city, county, and state, protocol with K-9 Units can greatly vary. Which means, different cities and states often learn from each other in order to uniformly improve on their own regional K-9 proceedings. Thanks to the brilliant insights of Sgt. Jerry Hunter, K-9 legality regarding proper warnings before releasing a police dog has taken a quantum leap forward.

San Diego County police departments, Sheriff ’s Dept., and CHP, often state these preliminary K-9 warnings more than once, and sometimes in Spanish.

Past court rulings, litigations, and lawsuits have set legal precedence which states that a suspect must be allowed “a The Elite K-9 Units Cont. on Page 3

else and you know that I am an enlightened person, some say brilliant, though, as you also know, I'm much too modest to make that claim. You are also very persuasive . . . so if we have company, you can just persuade them that I am of sound mind and body, that while I may be a bit eccentric, I still put my pants on one leg at a time. Though why they would want to know that beats me." "You are getting impossible," she chides. "Okay, okay. Just so you can keep up with me in the fashion statement department, I'll buy you another diamond ring." "Oh. Well, you do look very elegant and sophisticated in your tux." "Thank you."

"But you should consider losing the sandals." "Jesus wore sandals."

"But he didn't wear a tux! When are we gonna go get me my diamond ring." "Soon."

(That should keep her for awhile). ••••• Not to brag, but I have completely mastered the right way to do everything wrong. ••••• Okay, NOW I can take down the Christmas lights.


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Social Butterfly The Paper • Page 3 • April 25, 2019

Pop duo to entertain - Popular songs from the 1970's,the era in which the Friends of the Valley Center Library was established, will be performed at the organization's 40th annual meeting on Saturday, April 27, at 1:30pm. The event, open free to the public, will be held in the Library Community Room, 29200 Cole Grade Road, Valley Center. In the spotlight will be the musical duo "Double Play" which has been called California's premier keyboard-vocal artists. Entertainers Janet Hammer and Nathan Fry have appeared before some 150 venues. Fry is known for using his unique keyboard to simulate a full orchestra. This is their first appearance in Valley Center.

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thesocialbutterfly@cox.net Calendar and Meetings

Pop Duo to Entertain at Library’s 40th Fete -

Artists Janet Hammer and Nathan Fry will perform songs from the 1970's at the 40th annual meeting of the Friends of the Valley Center Library.

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warning and opportunity for peaceful surrender,” to avoid violation of the Fourth Amendment under the U. S. Constitution. (Trammel vs. Thomason (11th Circuit Court), Kuha vs. City of Minnetonka, MN (8th Circuit Court), cited in Police K9 Magazine, ibid)

However, even with the best of intentions, unexpected complications in criminal scenarios involving K-9 teams can still be most challenging to existing police textbook protocol and training, causing K-9 procedures to be in constant evolution to stay within Constitutional Law.

For example, in one police pursuit, a verbal K-9 warning was made to a suspect in a residential backyard surrounded by a 6foot-high fence. A K-9 police warning was made, then shortly after a police dog was released into the backyard. The dog located and attacked/bit an innocent third-party who was visiting and talking on a cell phone in the backyard vicinity. Also, the K-9 warning was never heard because of a hover-

Friends of the Valley Center Library held its first meeting in 1978 when 27 local citizens gathered to discuss fund-raising projects for the library and to collect local history data. Articles of incorporation were approved in 1979. Since that date, the Friends has become the library's primary non-profit fund-raising organization, and provides funds for magazine subscriptions, furnishings and equipment, lectures, workshops for children, adults and teens, and concerts such as the April 27 anniversary event. Friends president Marian Klein will preside at a brief business meeting before the entertainment. For more information, call 760.749.1305.

North County Widows/Widowers Club Events – You are invited by the North County Widows and Widowers Club to these social events for lively conversation, good food, and points of interest. Today, Thursday April 25th, Happy Hour at 3pm at 10-20 Prime Restaurant, 1020 W. San Marcos Blvd (Restaurant Row), San Marcos. RSVP 760.736.7343. Friday, April 26th, Oceanside Twilight Dinner Dance, 5pm, Oceanside Elks (you do not have to be an Elk member), 444 Country Club Lane, Oceanside; Prime Rib Dinner $15; RSVP 760.438.5491 (reservations required). On Tuesday, May 7th, come along with Shirley event; bus leaves at 9am from Vista Senior Center to Desalination Plant Tour and Hubbs Seaworld Research Center. Total cost $43, includes breakfast

ing police helicopter overhead which was assisting in the pursuit with flood lights. Added to the complicated admixture was the unexpected dynamics of the innocent bystander who was bitten. The 11th Circuit Court concluded that a jury could, on reasonable grounds, find that such circumstances – although “unintentionally” flawed – was, nonetheless, a violation of the suspect’s constitutional rights under the Fourth Amendment for free choice and opportunity to surrender without assault. (Trammel vs. Thomason, 11th Circuit Court, Paraphrased from Police K9 Magazine, ibid.) COPS & CRIMINALS, AN UNEVEN PLAYING FIELD.

While violent criminals live in a world with no rules, law enforcement often are at an unjust disadvantage, as cited above, with the dangerous criminal, ostensibly, not hearing the K-9 warning prior to the dog being released. To many observers, criminals never play by the rules, while law enforcement officers are never allowed to make, even unintentional, human errors, at least not without legal challenge.

at “Beach Break”. Book directly with credit card at the Vista Sr. Center. 760.643.2828. On Sunday, June 2nd, 58:30pm, annual Luau Dinner Dance, $39; Shadowridge Country Club, 1980 Gateway Drive, Vista. Music by “Billie’s Band” featuring Janet Hammer, singer. RSVP 760.757.2029.

Manny Cepeda Orchestra Performs at CCAE – On Friday, April 26, at 7pm, the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, continues the music series when the Manny Cepeda Orchestra performs at the CCAE, starting at 7pm. Performer percussionist, composer, singer and arranger Manny Cepeda has been making music all his life. The energy his compositions bring to the audience is nothing but fire and excitement. His unique music enriches your life culturally as well as socially with his unique combination of sequence and live performance. Join us for a night of classic salsa and meringue. Bring your dancing shoes and enjoy the live music, tacos and Tequila in the Lyric Court at this Free Community Event. CCAE is located at 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido 92025.

Although no RSVP is required and admission is free, you can RSVP here: http://artcenter.org/event/musica-en-la-plazamanny-cepeda-orchestra/. Seating at bistro tables is also available for $12/seat or $40 for a table for 4. Table seating is very limited, so purchase your seats early! Purchase your table here: https://bit.ly/2N3Ba0i. During this event we will have food trucks and our Center bar will be open as well. Get more information or to purchase reserved seating: visit http://artcenter.org/events/category/espano l/. Rotarians at Work Day - On Saturday, April 27th, Rotary Club of San Marcos members have organized a volunteer project in support of the annual Rotarians at Work Day. The San Marcos Community Garden will receive much-needed weeding, path clearing, and spreading of mulch. Led by adult volunteers from the Rotary

VAST AREA TO COVER

In relation to San Diego’s vast metropolitan region, a limited number of law enforcement K9 Units are often stretched thin in order to canvass as much area as needed. This is an extremely tall order to fill, since San Diego County has over 4,500 square miles, making our county actually larger in area than the combined states of Rhode Island and Delaware put together! Such a highly-populated area – the 5th most populated county in all America – gives the K-9 Units quite a challenge in meeting ongoing “hot spots,” such as a crime in progress, burglary, cadaver search, criminal on the run or hiding in an empty warehouse, etc. Not all San Diego County Police Departments have K-9 Units and, therefore, these 4legged “Top Cops” are often deployed at a moment’s notice over great distances to partake in high-crime areas which require canine assistance. The true value of these amazing animals cannot be calculated; their heroics often go unnoticed and unappreciated from the public-at-large.

Club, student members of the Interact Club from San Marcos and Mission Hills High Schools and the Rotaract Club from Cal State University San Marcos have been invited to join in this effort to improve the garden and assist local seniors with their unruly garden plots. The project site is the Community Garden located behind Woodland Park at 1263 Fulton Road from 9am until 12 noon. Volunteers should wear work clothes, close-toed shoes and bring work gloves, if possible. All volunteers need to sign a waiver and those under age 18 will need a parental signature. Snacks and water will be provided.

More than 75,000 Rotarians around the world will participate in Rotarians at Work Day. Locally, over 3,500 Rotarians from 61 Clubs will be working on hands-on projects throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties. Interested volunteers are welcome. For more information about how to participate in Rotarians at Work Day, visit www.rotariansatwork.org, or contact Holly Malan at 760-518-2035.

2019 Evening of HOPE Gala - Operation HOPE, North County, a non-profit organization that serves families with children and single women who are experiencing homelessness is hosting its first Annual ”Evening of HOPE” Gala on Saturday, April 27th, at the California State University San Marcos Ballroom, 333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road in San Marcos. The evening will begin at 6pm with a reception and silent auction opportunities followed by dinner and paddle raise. The evening will honor partners in the community who have balanced community involvement, professional endeavors, and philanthropy as we celebrate our third year of year-round services. Honorees include: Mark and Julia Ballif, Fallbrook residents and community leaders being honored as Community Philanthropist of the Year. Brian Morales, a Vista resident, President of Pro-Cal Lighting and a community leader is being honored as Corporate

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POLICE DOGS DON’T BLUFF!

To reiterate, the very presence of these police dogs often takes valor out of the criminal who wishes no part of a “bite confrontation.” Police dogs don’t bluff, and once they are set loose, some criminals hiding in warehouses have been known to quickly shout out: “CALL THE DOG OFF!! CALL THE DOG OFF, I’M COMING OUT!! JUST CALL THE DOG OFF!!” Such scenarios have been abundantly recorded and seen by viewers on the widely-popular “Cops” reality crime program, still in re-runs, by the Fox Television Network. SUPER CRUNCH POWER!

While ordinary family dogs might seize an intruder or burglar inside their home with a bite-power of 200 to 400 pounds per square inch, specially-trained police canines are empowered with an incredible 1,500 to 2,000 pounds-persquare-inch chomp! K-9 dogs

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Local News

The Paper • Page 4 • April 25, 2019 Dixon Lake Trout Derby This Weekend

This Saturday and Sunday, April 27th and 28th, Dixon Lake will host the annual Trout Derby sponsored by the Hidden Valley Kiwanis Club of Escondido. Gates open at 0600 on both days, derby closes at 4pm on Sunday.

4500 lbs. of hungry trout will be planted prior to the derby and there are plenty of attractive prizes to be won. KIwanis members will be preparing and serving food during the derby. This is the major fund raising even of the year for the Hidden Valley Kiwanis Club with net proceeds going back to the local community and its youth. The Kiddy Ponds, free to kids 8 and under, will be open from 10am to 2pm both days - tackle, bait and assistance provided. Escondido DUI Checkpoint Nets Four Arrests

The Escondido Police Department arrested four individuals while conducting a DUI/Driver’s License checkpoint on 04/19/19. Two subjects were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. One of those drivers attempted to avoid the checkpoint and turned into the Police and Fire Headquarters and struck a post protecting the south security gate. The other two subjects were arrested for felony warrants. The checkpoint was located at Centre City Parkway and Decatur.

Man About Town

A Change for the Better Sometimes we learn the hard way.

Recently, I had to terminate my pool service. He did not do his job. He allowed our swimming pool to develop a murky green cast to the water, the floor of the pool was not regularly vacuumed . . . and he often would say he’d arrive at a certain day or time . . . and then never show. I’m a patient man but enough was enough. So it was necessary to terminate his services.

No question it was the right decision. I’m happy to say I found an outstanding pool service with whom I am very well pleased. I

contracted

with

Murr/Ells

Following are additional results from this event: 1515 vehicles drove through the checkpoint. 795 vehicles were screened in primary. 44 vehicles were sent to secondary screening (drivers who could not produce a driver’s license or who were suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs) 36 total citations were issued during the checkpoint. (4 for suspended license and 24 for unlicensed driver, 3 for no insurance) 4 Field sobriety tests 2 Arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol 2 Warrant arrests. One of the warrants was a violation of felony DUI probation.

DUI Checkpoints are placed in locations based on collision statistics and frequency of DUI arrests. Last year the Escondido Police Department investigated 90 DUI collisions that killed 4 people and injured 120 others. Drivers caught driving impaired and charged with DUI can expect the impact of a DUI arrest to be approximately $13,500. This includes fines, fees, DUI classes, license suspension and other expenses not to mention possible jail time. Building Boom in Escondido

A bustllng economy has brought to life an otherwise moribund buildServices, one of our advertisers (see their ad on page 14 on the Mighty MoJo page). Since they took over they have gotten rid of the murky green color of the water and it is now crystal clear. The pool is vacuumed regularly, they show up when they say they’re gonna be here, and they have kept their word and commitments in every single area. In today’s world we often don’t see the pride of workmanship that we who are a bit older saw in our era.

Murr/Ellis is a company that follows the work ethic of “the good old days” when your word meant something. They are at 888.769.9144 If you are looking for a pool service or are unhappy with your present service, give them a call. I am pleased to recommend them. A Question for the Ladies:

Waxing.

What does it do? long?

And for how

Mary, my ex-wife, occasionally visits a nail salon for a manicure and pedicure. And a waxing.

She worries that any hair that might grow on her upper lip might be mistaken for a mustache so she has it

ing industry in Escondido. Thousands of condos, apartments and homes are either being built or are far into the planning process.

Escondido Community Development Director Bill Martin. says: We’re in a housing crisis.” These housing projects are underway or anticipating beginning soon:

Safari Highlands Ranch, a project calling for the construction of 550 luxury homes in a gated community in the hills above the San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park in the San Pasqual Valley.

Palomar Heights, an apartment and town home residential development planned for the site of the former Palomar Health campus on the east side of downtown, is currently working with city planners. Originally, plans called for construction of 450 housing units on the 13.6-acre property. That number has now increased to 475 and Martin said the city hopes to get that up to somewhere between 500-600 before the project goes to the council, perhaps as early as late this year. Zoning for the acreage allows for more than 1,000 units and the city wants as many as possible to bring new residents into the core of Escondido and thereby bolster the surrounding business community. A number of other major projects are in development or almost completed. waxed. I never really noticed and probably wouldn't unless she were to grow a handlebar mustache.

Doesn't take long. I don't hear any screams while she goes through the process. And so, clever mind that I possess, I wandered into a deep thought process.

"If a guy," my mind wondered, "were to have his face and neck waxed . . . would he no longer have to shave?" I, like most men, hate to shave. I can shave and get by for one, two, sometimes even three days (I have a light beard) but by the fourth day the stubble is such that people feel obliged to throw quarters in my direction (I assume for something to eat but maybe it's a subtle suggestion to go get a shave).

I decided recently to treat myself to both a manicure and a pedicure (I learned several years ago that women, those rascsls, have been hiding from us men how pleasurable it is to get a pedicure. Very relaxing. And women wanted to keep that secret to themselves.) I, being a diabetic, have to take very good care of my tootsies. An injury to the toes or feet, if not promptly and properly treated, can have dire consequences, as in amputation.

Letters to the Editor An Error?

To Whom It May Concern:

In the April 11th issue of The Paper is an error that needs to be brought to your attention. On page 5 of Reliving the 50s & 60s, you talk about the '44 Ford Coupe. You go on to say, "The year 1944 was a great year when cars from all over the world - across the board - were of very beautiful design and loveliness; 1944 was a great year for design." The gross error on that statement was there were no 1944 cars produced in that year unless you are talking about a military jeep or tank. 1944 was the peak year during World War II with the

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And so I learned about pedicures.

While having my pedicure I asked a senior nail tech if they offered waxing. Yes, they do. Cost is $18. "If I were to have my face waxed," I asked, "could that eliminate the need to shave?" "Well, yes," he said, "maybe for a week or so."

I had read somewhere that, in the olden days, Indians used to take a couple of clam shells, put them together to form tweezers and pull the hair/whiskers out of their faces, by the root, and the hair growth was gone forever. Maybe so, maybe just a myth. "Is it painful?," I inquired.

"Yes!" He said. "Very painful!" They put hot wax on your face and then tear it off all at once. They pull your hair out. By the root." I was later told my a young lady that was only partially true. They normally do your face in sections so as not to have one large painful area of skin. "Well," sez me . . . "I don't think I'll have it done today. But I shall consider it." And I shall. I'm aware of the fact that younger ladies sometimes have a 'bikini wax.' I assume this removes

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are conditioned to bite down with such super “crunch power” through regimented exercise drills in their police K9 training. Their jaw muscles are built-up in stamina and biting-power to firmly seize and hold onto anything they are given the command to attack. On the primal level, dogs are pack animals, carnivores, and possess teeth that reflect their meat-eating evolutionary history. They have 42 teeth (10 more than humans), which include molars, incisors, and sharp canine teeth (aka fangs or eye teeth) which are long, pointed, and dagger-like. Gifted with a super-powered sense of smell, these K-9 units make it virtually impossible for any criminal to hide, whether outdoors, or darkened enclosures, or even wide-open spaces such as found in canyon areas and heavy brush during nightfall. 4-FOOTED HEAT-SEEKING MISSILES

K-9 police dogs, with their arsenal of hearing and smell detection, are like 4-footed heatLetters to the Editor Cont. from Page 4

Normandy invasion and Battle of the Bulge in Europe with the invasion of the Marianas Islands in the Pacific. Perhaps you were talking about 1954 cars instead. /s/ Harry Johnson San Diego County, CA.

The Women’s Club of Escondido cordially invites you to attend our

MEET AND GREET

Monday May 6th, 2019 751 N. Rose Street, Escondido, CA. Wine and Cheese will be served! We hope you will join us and meet with members, see our clubhouse, learn about our activities, philanthropies, and what we are up to.

(619) 861-0395 to RSVP

seeking missiles who quickly locate their human targets, when given the command to attack. And while the average, healthy human being can run at an average top speed of 10 to 15 mph before pooping-out after running 100 meters, a German Shepherd or Belgian Malinois police dog can hit 30plus mph, and over greater distances. LIFE-LONG POLICE PARTNERS, TILL DEATH

A trained K-9 animal’s primary desire is to please his human partner, and keep him or her safe at all times. Even to the point where the dog will, instinctively, lay down its own life to protect its handler. All police K-9 dogs not only work with their human police counterparts, but they live with their handler’s family after work hours. Even after retirement, the dogs live a pampered family life through its final years. The dogs are sociable and loving, apart from chasing criminals. HISTORY OF DOGS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT

Dogs used in law enforcement

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Philanthropist of the Year, and Bob and Marion Wilson, Rancho Santa Fe residents and long-time supporters of Operation HOPE-North County are being honored as Humanitarians of the Year. Tickets are available online at https://eveningofhopeawardsgala.eventbrite.com. For more information about tickets or sponsorships, contact us at info@operationhopeshelter.org or 760536-3880 ext. 304.

Operation HOPE-North County has been a part of this community for 16 years, having been founded in 2003 in response to a visible increase in the number of unsheltered families with children. It began as a cold-weather shelter and in 2016 transitioned to a year-round organization which has helped countless families with children and single women who are experiencing homelessness. In this time, we have consistently provided services that are instrumental to promoting the health and well-being of individuals. Our Steps to Independence program provides safe shelter, case management, and supportive services to help build life skills leading to self-sufficiency and independence.

Car Show for Charity – The XXI Heartbeat Happening Car Show will be at Bates Nut Farm this coming Sunday, April 28th, from 9am to 3pm. The Car show is open to all makes of cars 1975 and older. North County Veterans Administration in Oceanside is our charity, and last year we were able to donate $6,000.00 to them as a result of our car show. We are hoping to exceed that amount this year. Spectators are free and $30.00 to enter a vehicle. We give out 60 plus trophies and have a raffle. The Bates Spring Craft Show is on the same day. Pancake breakfast and food is available. For more information call Mark Pilch at 760.271.1831. The Blood Mobile will also be at the show. The Fair is Coming; The Fair is

trace back as early as the Middle Ages (or the medieval period), during the 5th to 15th centuries A.D. Even during the 400s A.D., villages often paid for law-and-order to be kept, especially under nightfall, by means of bloodhounds that were employed by parish constables (law enforcement officers of the period). The dogs were used for tracking and huntingdown outlaws, thieves, and killers. JACK THE RIPPER HUNTED BY POLICE DOGS

Even history’s notorious villain, Jack the Ripper, was hunted by police bloodhounds during the 1880s. Or so it was planned.

In actual fact, the infamous serial killer was never tracked by bloodhounds due to a number of technical problems, and flagrant blunders, much of which lay with inaccurate newspaper reporting at the time, as well as poor judgment and casework by the City of London Police. While brutal slayings attributed to Jack the Ripper occurred in

Coming! – That’s the 2019 San Diego County Fair, and now through April 31st you can get Ride tickets for less. Save $10 on early Pay One Price Ride Days – Wednesday and Thursday, June 5 and 6. Pay One Price Ride Days offer unlimited rides from noon to 8pm. Talk bout a joy ride! This is a limited time offer; purchase now through April 30th. The Fair opens May 31st and runs through July 4th. It is closed Mondays and Tuesdays in June. The San Diego County Fair at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar, 92014. Phone 858.755.1161. Carlsbad/North County Travel Club Meeting - The Carlsbad/North County Travel Club will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, April 30th at 4pm in Swami's Restaurant, 1506 Encinitas Blvd., corner El Camino (Trader Joe's Center). The program will include a presentation on trips within the USA including Fall Foliage; Nashville; Texas and New Orleans; National Parks; New England: Hot Air Balloon Festival; etc. We will also include some tours to Canada and final details for a trip to Israel, the Holy Land. All interested travelers are welcome. There is no fee to join the club. For reservations or information - 760-603-8030.

Explore "Madagascar" in New Lecture Series – Take an adventure to the rainforest of Madagascar. Get ready to explore "Madagascar, Africa's Land of Ghosts: Part One" in the new Lecture Series on Tuesday, April 30th at 7:30pm at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. Follow Bill Toone, Executive Director and Founder of EcoLife Conservation, and his story of a rugged 100-mile transect in the rainforest of northeastern Madagascar. What started as a wildlife survey turned into a 4-year adventure living in a tiny rainforest community on the Masoala Peninsula. Antanambao is a community of subsistence farmers with no running water or electricity, and it was there Bill met the richest people in the world. Shortly after his research contract ended, tragedy struck this tiny community leaving Bill’s life changed forever. Tickets are on sale for

the Whitechapel district of London in 1888, the citizenry panicked, and faulty-newspaper-reporting only succeeded in making an already-bad situation even worse. Newspaper reporting leaned more to exaggeration, sensationalism, and outright fiction. On Friday, October 19, 1888, the English newspaper “The Huddersfield Chronicle,” joined ranks with others dailies by printing laughable, fictitious accounts of police blunders and how their two tracking bloodhounds (named “Burgho” and “Barnaby”) got lost in the fog, necessitating a plea for public assistance in locating them. None of which was true.

All fabrications which, incredibly, to this very day, are still circulated through the worldwide internet, blogs, and countless articles, newspapers, and books. Today, it is increasingly difficult to separate fictionalized details from Jack the Ripper facts. The missing dogs were, in actuality, accounted for: Burgho is

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$7-$14 online at http://artcenter.org/, at the Center ticket office, 340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido 92025, or by calling 800988.4253. Get more information about the show and purchase tickets at http://artcenter.org/event/madagascar-africas-landghosts-part-one/.

Grandmothers Club to Meet - The Grandmothers Club will meet Thursday May 2nd at noon in the Carefree Mobil Home Park Clubhouse, 211 N. Citrus Ave, Escondido, for a potluck luncheon. Bring a dish to share, plus your eating utensils. You do not need to be a grandmother to attend. First time visitors do not need to bring food. Call (818) 219-3040 if you want information.

McClellan Center to Hold Hearing Screenings – On Thursday, May 2nd, the Gloria McClellan Center will hold free hearing screenings and hearing aid cleanings from 9:30am to 11:30am. An appointment is required and can be made by calling 760-643-5288. Space is limited. The Center is located at 1400 Vale Terrace Drive in Vista, and is a one-stop hub of services that range from lunch, travel/trips, transportation, exercise, classes, clubs, and various other activities for Vista’s older adult community. For more information, visit gmacvista.com or call (760) 6435288.

ABWA’s Program for May is The Powerful Woman’s Paradox: - The Soaring Eagles Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association meeting will be on Thursday, May 2nd, with networking at 6pm and dinner/program at 6:30pm, at The Old Spaghetti Factory,111 N. Twin Oaks Valley Road, San Marcos. The program will be presented by Rae Major-Wildman speaking about The Powerful Woman’s Paradox: How to Claim Your Own Power Without Getting in

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documented as being entered in a dog show at Brighton by his owner (Edwin Brough), while the “missing” Barnaby was in the care of the owner’s friend, Mr. W. K. Taunton, located at 8 Doughty Street.

The actual truth was far more impressive on the side of the bloodhounds and their astounding sense of tracking.

During repeated, documented practice drills by England’s Metropolitan Police, the hounds proved perfect in their search and trailing of scents. The tracking “tests” were in open locations, including Regent’s Park and Hyde Park, wherein both hounds successfully tracked the scents of different subjects pretending to be criminals in hiding. The police commissioner, himself, acted as the “hunted criminal” and was successfully tracked each time! Unfortunately, the newspapers at the time were having a field day and comically, but falsely, reporting that the hounds “found the wrong man.” Such “follies” and fictionalized faux pas by the English police sold newspapers and, therefore, sensationalism and made-up scenarios took precedence over factual reporting, all on top of the real-life brutal slayings at the time.

The two bloodhounds were never given to the police, but only offered for sale by the owner. For reasons both financial as well as extreme skepticism by the police commissioner, the purchase of the dogs was continually postponed. The lengthy indecision by the London police finally caused the owner of the bloodhounds to lose faith in closing any sale of his tracking dogs and, therefore, he eventually moved on, taking the dogs with him. JACK THE RIPPER MAY HAVE FEARED THE BLOODHOUNDS

Sir Charles Warren, Commissioner of the Police, was hesitant in using the bloodhounds in the first place and partially succumbed to public panic and pressure only after the slayings of Jack the Ripper continued unabated. However, the bloodhounds needed fresh clues at the murder scenes, but with the wide-reporting of the

police intention to use bloodhounds in the case, the slayings suddenly stopped. During the exact period of time when the two bloodhounds were known to be “standing-at-the-ready,” just waiting to be tested at the next crime scene, the slayings by the serial killer suddenly stopped, cold. As reported: “The only chance the hounds would have had would be in the event of a murdered body being discovered and being put on the trail (before) people were traipsing all about the crime scene.” Sadly, as history would have it, no murders attributed to Jack the Ripper were committed during the “window of time” that the hounds were widely publicized as being in London, ready to follow the killer’s tracks.

Only after the two bloodhounds were sent back with their owner to Wyndate, in Durham County – a full 234 miles north of the Ripper killing scene – did another brutal Jack the Ripper murder occur but, only after the departure of the two hounds was widely-reported in the newspapers. There is little doubt that Jack the Ripper was fully-aware of the tracking dogs’ remarkable exploits, and never committed a single murder during their entire stay in London All of the near-impossible tracking tests were all successfully completed by the two tracking hounds. For example, on October 8, 1888, both bloodhounds, 4-year-old Barnaby and 2-year-old Burgho, tracked and found 6 different human beings, repeatedly hidden by the London Police Department in various, difficult locales, to test the dogs’ abilities, in which both dogs remained 100% consistent in perfection. The dogs even continued to shock the London police by covering a distance of over one mile of scent, in terrain which was (completely covered-over by frost on the ground), and still finding the test subjects in repeated trials. Historians strongly surmise that history’s notorious Jack the Ripper greatly feared these “new experiments with tracking hounds” and wished no part of it.

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Mental Health and Addiction Mental health and drug addiction are often co-occurring disorders, with a big impact. I have been working on commonsense, bi-partisan solutions to these problems since my days on the city council.

As a member of the Mental Health Caucus, I serve on several committees that deal directly with these issues, including Assembly Health Committee and the Select Committee on Health Care Delivery & Universal Coverage. I am also a member of the Stanford 5 Year Initiative on Neuroscience, a working group that fosters communications between policymakers and researchers regarding mental health and opioid addiction.

This session I introduced legislation to strengthen the voice of local mental health boards to help meet the needs of the mentally ill and a bill to allow payment to substance use providers in every county. In addition, I have joined with Assembly Republicans to support expanding current programs providing loan repayment for physicians and mental health providers who practice in underserved areas, including rural parts of this region.

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unwanted hair in the upper thigh and groin area . . . and in the pubic area. Ouch! The young lady who counseled me on waxing said she didn't know how painful that was as she had never had a bikini wax. Still, I can imagine that is a particularly sensitive area to be ripping hair out. And so, ladies . . . the questions: a. How painful is waxing?

b. Does it, indeed, keep unwanted hair from growing back and, if so, for how long? I thank you.

My face thanks you. Perhaps. lyle

Big Trout Derby This Weekend: The Hidden Valley Kiwanis Club of Escondido will once again stage its annual Trout Derby at Dixon Lake this Saturday and Sunday. 4500 lbs of Rainbow Trout will have been planted prior to the derby, all of which are hungry and ready for the taking. As usual, the Kiddie Pond will be stocked and waiting for the young ‘uns (under 8) to fish free -fishing

Previously, my legislation to extend the sunset date for assisted outpatient treatment for severely mentally ill persons was signed by Gov. Brown and I authored bills for mental health and addiction treatment to women charged with misdemeanors; to incentivize more doctors to become certified to prescribe Medically Assisted Treatments (MAT) for substance use; to create a plan for a 21st century substance use disorder workforce; to assist counties treating the estimated 72% of mentally ill inmates who suffer from substance use disorders; and to create a public education program about heroin and opioid medication abuse – the Heroin & Opioid Public Education (HOPE) Act. Those suffering with mental illness and substance abuse can turn their lives around. There is a lot of work to do. By making access to treatment available and affordable while reducing stigma, we can restore lives.

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.

tackle, bait, and assistance provided by the Escondido Angler’s Club and Kiwanis members. Always a Derby Favorite Event! Kiddie Ponds are open from 10am to 2pm.

This is the major fundraising event held each year for over 20 years; Derby opens at 6am Saturday and Sunday and closes at 4pm on Sunday.

Many prizes to be won for largest trout of the derby, largest trout for Saturday and largest trout for Sunday, in both adulte and youth Divisions. Plenty of great food available for purchase - lots of smiles at no charge. The Wings of Freedom Tour of the WWII Vintage Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Consolidated B-24 Liberator, Curtiss P40 Warhawk, North American B-25 Mitchell and P-51 Mustang all make up a Unique Display at the Mc Clellan-Palomar Airport From May 2nd to May 5th.

Always a fun event, this air show dazzles the public’s imagination and memoriess. It all kicks off next Thursday,

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Your Way. This month’s Member Spotlight is Stephanie Droegemueller. Guests are welcome. Cost is $28/guests and $23/members. RSVP to Sue Punian at abwamembership@gmail.com or 760.822.2242 to pay at the door. For more information or to register, visit the website at www.abwa-soaringeagles.org.

North County Aviculturists Club Meeting Announced – On Saturday, May 4th, at 6pm, the North County Aviculturists, a club for pet bird owners and breeders, presents a world class evening. Club President Johan Otter traveled to the Netherlands for the World Bird Show, an amazingly huge gathering of bird breeders with show-quality birds. He has slides and videos to share and details of what went on. For a peek at the place where this went on, go to https://com.mondial2019.nl/en/. And to mark Cinco de Mayo we’ll serve some tasty Mexican dishes. There is no charge for admission and refreshments will be provided following the talk. We appreciate your donations of either food to share or cash. Find more information at www.ncabirdclub.com.

Cowboy Jack Performing in Oceanside - On Saturday, May 4th, from 12noon to 1pm, Cowboy Jack will be performing at the Heritage Village Park, 220 Peyri Drive, Oceanside 92058. Cowboy Jack performs solo; singing vintage country music with acoustic guitar and harmonica. He covers Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, and more. He is the lead singer from The Hank Show, Band in Black and a singing cowboy from Rawhide Ranch in Bonsall. Visit www.hankshow.com; https://www.ci.oceanside.ca.us/gov/ns/par ks/events/default.asp; and https://www.facebook.com/events/222124 6121520547/. Or call 760.521.5007.

The Folk Collection Concert will be on Sunday, May 5th – The fifth and last concert of the Hidden Valley Community Concert Association’s 2018-2019 Season will be held on Sunday, May 5th, at 2pm, at the Center Theatre of the California Center for the Arts, Escondido (CCAE). A special concert has been planned with The Folk Collection who sings the classic folk songs of the 60’s, made famous by many of the artists and groups of that era, including The Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul and Mary, Bob Dylan, Peter Seeger, and The Limeliters. Songs include Tom Dooley, If I Had A Hammer, Four Strong Winds, This Land is Your Land, They Call The Wind Maria, Lady, and many more. This is a family show that works for all ages; come enjoy an afternoon of great music, some sing-a-longs, and good clean humor. Tickets are $20 (seniors 60+), and $10/children through age 12, available through the Box Office. High School students, active military and veterans, $10, available at the Box Office in person with ID. Buy tickets at the Center ticket office, or by calling 800.988.4253. Center ticket office is open Tues-Sat, 12-6pm and Sun 12-5pm.

EAP Municipal Gallery to Hold Art Workshops – Art and Gold Leaf with Duke Windsor workshop will be on Saturday, May 4th, from 2:30-4pm. Duke Windsor instructs this Art and Gold Leaf workshop. Students will explore the history, tools, materials, and beginning techniques in the use of gold leaf in art. Learn how to apply gold leaf through experimentation and traditional methods. Students should bring an existing art project to use in the workshop. No experience necessary. Costs $35/members; $45/non-

members. Material fee is $15. RSVP with EAP staff at 760.480.4101 or mail@escondidoarts.org.

On May 25th, from 11:30am-1:30pm, Jean Degenfelder will present a workshop on Felted Pouches for the Spring Equinox. Learn felting techniques and celebrate spring. Create a felted pouch for all your treasures. Jean holds a BA in Clothing and Textiles from San Diego State University. She has been weaving and felting professionally since 1994. She continues her training at fiber wrkshops, seminars and conferences in the U.S., Europe and Asia. She shares her passion in classrooms throughout San Diego County where her reputation as a gifted artist and fun instructor is well-known. All materials and supplies are provided. Cost is $35/EAP members; $40/non-members. $10/materials fee. Advance registration is required. Register by calling the Escondido Municipal Gallery at 760.480.4101 or mail@escondidoarts.org. The workshop address will be provided to you when you register.

Woman’s Club of Vista to Hold “Donation Day” – On May 8th, the Woman’s Club of Vista will celebrate Donation Day, when the Club will be donating $12,400 to 23 local non-profit organizations. Representatives from the organizations will share their work in the community and how their donation will be used. Visitors are always welcome. The Woman’s Club of Vista will meet on Wednesday, May 8th at the Shadowridge Golf Club in Vista, starting at 11:30am. Cost of the luncheon is $18/person. For reservations contact kdkyan@gmail.com or 919.847.2786. Visit the website at womansclubofvista.org.

The Woman’s Club of Vista recently initiated three new members. L-R: Membership Chairman Tonya Brynie; new members Bonnie Armstrong, Norma Morocco, and Natalie Johnson. Photo credit: Eleanor Hutchins

Chocolate Festival at S.D. Botanic Garden – On Saturday, May 11, from 10am-4pm, the San Diego Botanic Garden will hold their annual Chocolate Festival. Chocolate Lovers Unite! Your taste buds will thank you when savoring the wide variety of goodies created by local chocolate artisans. The Festival is the day before Mother’s Day, so it makes a perfect gift for Mom. Come and enjoy the day relaxing in our beautiful garden oasis while sampling edibles made from the ground beans of the Theobroma cacao. Demonstrations and tips on creating delicious chocolate treats will also be featured at the Festival. Pick up the perfect Mother’s Day gift from one of our vendors or from the Garden’s Gift Shop featuring plants, jewelry, photography, specialty chocolate flavored soaps and unique garden-themed items every Mom loves! Don’t miss the Garden’s Kidzone where children can have fun making crafts and gifts for Mom, as well as food trucks, a coffee truck and live entertainment by Martin Espino. The Festival is free with paid admission or membership. Tasting tickets available for a small fee. The Botanic Garden is located at 230 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas, 92024; visit SDBGarden.org, or call 760.436.3036 for more information.

Choral Concert by San Diego Jewish Men's Choir - On Sunday, May 19th, at 3:30pm, the First United Methodist Church of Escondido, 341 S. Kalmia St., will host a performance by the San Diego Jewish Men's Choir, directed by Ruth Weber. This concert, part of the church’s annual Music Series, is offered as a gift to the community. A free-will offering will be accepted. A reception will follow the performance.

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Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

The Year That Was 1939

To me, something of significance happened 80 years ago this month – I made my debut. The world was coming out of the Great Depression and the industrial nations were gearing up for what would be a world war.

In Seymour, Iowa, life represented the typical farming community in the Middle West. My father was the owner of a Sinclair Oil Co., gas station. Gas was .11 cents to .15 cents per gallon, depending whether or not you bought regular or premium “Ethyl.”

Mom was a housewife. We lived in a 5 year-old two-bedroom squareframe house at 501 Winston St. Dad bought it for $2,000. The average home in 1939 cost $3,800. Our family car was a 1936 two-door Chevrolet. Dad bought it used for less than $300.

Inflation over the past 80 years has taken its toll.

Driving a car back 80 years ago was pretty inexpensive compared to today’s driving. You could buy a new Ford for less than $700; A new Plymouth Roadking sold for $685. New Firestone tires were less than $4 each. General Motors introduced the revolutionary “HydraMatic” (automatic) transmission, which was an option for their new 1940 Oldsmobile. (a radio and heater were also optional on most new cars).

Now you might think these prices were ridiculously low, but when you realize the “minimum wage” was .30 cents per hour, things begin to come into perspective. The median yearly earnings for the average American worker was $1,730.

Compared to today’s prices, eating was a pretty good deal. In my hometown, hamburgers were .10 cents; a pork tenderloin sandwich was .15 cents. A “blue plate” special at Clark Stafford’s café, (usually a roast beef sandwich with potatoes and gravy, along with a small portion of green beans, was .25 cents. Coffee was a nickel. So was a bottle of Coke or Pepsi.

At the grocery store a dollar would buy enough food to last a week, depending upon the average family of four. A 10-pound bag of potatoes was .18 cents; 10-pounds of sugar, .49 cents (a 25-pound bag was $1.25). A can of pork & beans was .05 cents; a beef chuck roast was .15 cents per pound. A nice piece of steak was .22 cents a pound. A can of Campbell’s soup was four (4)

cans for .25 cents. Peas were .04 cents per pound. Cabbage, .03 cents per pound. Swiss cheese was .23 cents per pound. Oranges were .25 cents for two dozen. For entertainment, Bob Kane and Bill Finger introduced their “Batman” comic book character in Detective comics (No. 27 of the May 1939 cover).

And, 1939 was a big year for movies – today, consider one of the best of the 20th century. Premiered were: “The Wizard of Oz,” “Gone With The Wind,” “Son of Frankenstein,” “Gunga Din,” “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” “Destry Rides Again,” and “Stagecoach.” Today, all of these films are considered classics. The popular female film stars of 1939 were: Ingrid Bergman, Claudette Colbert, Olivia de Haviland, Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth, Katharine Hepburn, Hedy Lamar, Vivien Leigh, Myrna Loy, Ginger Rogers, Barbara Stanwyck, Irene Dunne, Jean Arthur, and Lana Turner. Clark Gable, John Wayne, Fredric March, James Stewart, Fred Astaire, Cary Grant, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, were among the leading men on the silver screen. Movie admission ticket were an average of .10 cents for young people, and .25 cents for adults.

Lou Gehrig was the nation’s most popular celebrity. He would bow out as the Yankees’ first-basemen, declaring during his retirement speech in Yankee Stadium he considered himself “…the luckiest man on the face of the earth.” Agatha Christie’s “And Then There were none,” and John Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath” were bestselling books.

Amelia Earhard was officially declared dead after being lost in her 1937 attempt at circumnavigating the globe. The 1939 World Fair opened in New York where many of the “marvel” products of tomorrow were showcased. President Franklin Roosevelt moved Thanksgiving Day officially to the fourth Thursday of November in order to give merchants a longer period to sell Christmas goods, thus increasing the opportunity for merchants to increase profits. Girl Scouts introduced the popular thin mint cookies, and Carl Stotz founded the Little League Baseball in Williamsport, PA. Life expectancy was 62.1 years for males; 65.4 years for females. I guess that at 80, I’m way ahead of the game of life.

The scientific and technical advancement made during the last 80 years surpasses any and all progress in the history of the world. SCAG SEZ: “Genius is he who saves stipends faster than she can spend.” – Cecil Scaglione, Mature Life Features


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Social Butterfly Cont. from Page 7 Founded in 1998, with a mission of preserving Jewish music, the San Diego Jewish Men's Choir performs a diverse repertoire including liturgical, pop, folk, gospel, and musical theater, singing in Hebrew, English, Yiddish, and Ladino. The non-profit choir has a busy schedule, performing over 20 concerts a year. They have been featured on the Chabad Telethon, Jewish Life Television, and as soloist with the Omaha Symphony. The choir has also released two award-winning CD albums. The first, "Heritage" (2013), presented a wide range of Jewish music, including classical/liturgical, Yiddish musicals, Latino, contemporary Jewish songs, and wedding songs. The second BILLBOARD charting album, "Kochi" (2015), was inspired by a trip by a choir member to the historic Jewish enclave of Kochi in southwest India, and pairs Ladino, Israeli, and traditional Hebrew melodies with Indian-inflected orchestrations by GRAMMY winning arranger Ricky Kej.

Ruth Weber, a graduate of San Diego State University and California State University Northridge, has directed the Jewish Men's Choir since 2010. She had extensive experience directing liturgical and practical music, having served as music director for Ner Tamid Synagogue in Rancho Bernardo. In addition to her choral directing credentials, she is an award-winning composer, receiving numerous songwriting awards including 1st place in the New York Pro/Am Songwriting Competition, the Shalshelet music festival, and the Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Her songs have been recorded by artists in the U.S. and abroad and have appeared in feature and short films, including the Emmynominated "Walking on Water." Under her direction, the Jewish Men's Choir has greatly expanded its repertoire, increased its performance schedule, and begun to tour out of state.

Poway Symphony Orchestra Concert on May 19th - The Poway Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce the final concert for the season 2018–2019. The all Beethoven program to be presented on Sunday, May 19, at 4:00pm at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts will include the magnificent Symphony No.7 which many Beethoven lovers consider his best. Also on the program is the wonderful Triple Concerto in C Major with guest artists The Benefic Piano Trio from Los Angeles. The orchestra is conducted by John LoPiccolo, Music Director and Conductor. Admission: $20/$17/$12 general/seniors/students. Reserved seating. Under 12 are free, at box office window only. Purchase tickets and reserve seats on-line at www.powaycenter.com or at the Box Office at 858.748.0505; open Fri 12-5, Sat 10-3, one hour before concert. Information: www.powaysymphonyorchestra.org. Put Kids in Spotlight at Rady Children’s CenterStage Event – On Saturday, June 1st join Rady Children’s for CenterStage, an eclectic one-night-only evening and help shine a spotlight on the importance of healthy children. After dinner with Rady Children’s new President & CEO Patrick A. Frias, MD, stay for an exclusive concert performance at 7:30pm featuring rock legend Ben Folds at La Jolla’s new Conrad Center to benefit the President’s Fund at Rady Children’s Hospital. The CenterStage event will be held at The Conrad, 7600 Fay Ave., La Jolla. Register early, we expect this event to sell out. Tables, tickets and sponsorship details are available online. Visit radyfoundation.org/centerstage. Rady Children’s Hospital Foundation is located at 3020 Children’s Way, San Diego 92123, phone 858.966.5988.

Downtown Ambassador Program Returns to Oceanside this Summer Ambassadors will staff the information booth at the entrance to the Oceanside Pier to welcome visitors to the downtown area of the city and provide them with any infor-

mation they might need to make their time in Downtown Oceanside the best it can be. Starting Tuesday, May 28th through Saturday, August 31, the program will operate Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 3pm and Thursday from 11am to 5pm. We are looking for highly enthusiastic individuals ages 16 and older to serve as Ambassadors to guide visitors to restaurants, museums, retail shops, public parking and transportation as well as provide general event information. Ambassadors will also provide information about current and future developments in downtown Oceanside and will be tasked with collecting pertinent data from our visitors.

Ambassadors will be trained in all aspects of the program and will be provided with the tools necessary to relay the best information to our visitors. High school students may be able to fulfill their community service requirement by participating in the program. We are requesting that interested community members fill out a volunteer application and attend a training ses-

sion on Tuesday, May 14th, at 2pm, Wednesday, May 15th, at 2pm, or Wednesday, May 22, at 6pm at the MainStreet Oceanside office, 701 Mission Ave., Oceanside 92054. Or applicants can request a copy via email. The program begins Tuesday, May 28th. For more information, contact Crystal Rodriguez at 760.754,.4512 or crystal@mainstreetoceanside.com. MainStreet Oceanside thanks the community partners Wyndham Oceanside Pier Resort, Visit Oceanside and City of Oceanside Economic Development for supporting the Downtown Ambassador Program.

Free Health Classes in May – Palomar Health will host a variety of Free healtheducation classes/screenings during May, led by physicians and other health professionals, as follows. Locations vary and are listed with each class. The locations are

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Many believe today that the hounds would have successfully tracked the serial killer’s whereabouts. Even the stubborn police commissioner, himself, who remained skeptical of the dogs’ abilities, twice hid himself in almost impossible scenarios, only to be found every time! Jack the Ripper was never found and the murders, officially, have remained unsolved. UNIVERSITY RESEARCH REVEALS SHOCKING K-9 DATA

Police K-9 Units, as with most human professions, often specialize in particular areas such as tracking lost or missing persons, crowd control, bomb detection, or using their keen sense of smell for detecting dangerous and illegal drugs. These police dogs are so refined in their smell-detection that they can actually smell narcotics and drugs even in the presence of other odors such as found with people barbecuing fish, hot dogs, or well-seasoned spareribs, all close to the dogs! University research studies show that a dog’s “olfactory centre,” where its sensory smell-system is located, is arranged in “folds,” in order to filter smells from the incoming air. With 300-million nose receptors, these dogs possess a sense of smell that is 10,000 to 100,000 times keener than any human being. K-9 dogs with bomb-detection training can detect explosives with even greater accuracy than humanmade chemical detectors. NORTH SAN DIEGO COUNTY SHERIFF’S K-9 UNIT

The San Diego Sheriff ’s “Search and Rescue” (SAR) K9 Unit has been in existence for over 30 years. Their presence in San Diego’s North County region, including Oceanside, Vista, Poway, and just about everywhere else, are proudly assisted by their speciallytrained K-9 teams which are available 24/7, as needed by local, state, and federal law enforcement. SAR K-9 teams are invaluable in tracking missing people, lost hikers, Alzheimer’s patients, tracking criminals, narcotics detection, and locating human remains, to give only a few examples. A Sheriff ’s search dog uses its

sense of smell, hearing, and even its sensitive detection of vibration which is crucial, for example, in a search for survivors buried under the rubble of a collapsed building. Any slight movement, vibration, or weak, audible cry for help from a buried survivor, might still be possibly detected by SAR dogs.

Department’s K-9 Unit has won competitive honors with its superbly-trained K-9 police dogs.

In addition to SAR dogs, the San Diego Sheriff ’s Department has K-9 teams for keeping the public safe by patrolling the streets of East County with their handlers. The San Diego Sheriff ’s Department employs approximately 30 dogs.

These elite, four-footed police may be quickly mobilized (with their handlers), over great areas far from their own precincts, and even city limits.

Science has shown that such dogs can detect sounds of 35,000 vibrations per second (compared to 20,000 per second in humans). Through evolution and adaptation through nature, they can also “shut-off ” their inner ear in order to filter out distracting sounds.

OCEANSIDE POLICE K-9 UNIT WELL-DECORATED

Twelve years ago, on New Year’s Eve of 2007, Oceanside Police Department’s courageous K-9 dog “Stryker” died in the line-of-duty. After a lengthy car pursuit which ended 43 miles south at the Coronado Bay Bridge near downtown San Diego, Oceanside Police Officer Kedrick Sadler released his K-9 partner, Stryker, on a Vista man who was drunk and off his bipolar medication. CHP had also joined in the vehicle pursuit and were present at the Coronado Bridge standoff. K-9 Stryker was released by his handler and quickly took the suspect down. According to CHP Sgt. Steven Toth, the intoxicated man then lifted the police German Shepherd and jumped with the dog, both falling more than 200 feet into the cold water below. The dog, ostensibly, broke the assailant’s fall, and died at the scene. The bridge-jumper survived, and was sentenced to 3 years, 8 months in prison. Stryker’s death resonated throughout the ranks of law enforcement, everywhere. A police Honor Memorial Ceremony was held in Stryker’s memory at Camp Pendleton, California. It drew officers from all over San Diego County. Such exploits spotlight the true valor, loyalty, and courage of these magnificent 4legged police officers. In recent years, the Oceanside Police

formation, trying to search and locate a missing person, dead body, or a dangerous criminal hiding in difficult locales, such as in warehouses, canyons or, seemingly, inaccessible mountain terrain.

CARLSBAD POLICE K-9 UNIT WELL-RESPECTED

The City of Carlsbad has superb K-9 teams in place that are among the busiest, with K-9 teams working different shifts nonstop around the clock, and all prepared to be quickly mobilized to various scenes of crime, deadly standoff encounters, knifings, shootings, as well as physically running-down criminals over fences, walls, and dark alleyways.

ESCONDIDO’S LEGENDARY K-9 UNITS

The Escondido Police Department K-9 Unit was first established back in 1985. Since that time, the city of Escondido has had some exemplary examples of K-9 teams that have proved immeasurable in serving their communities. The EPD K-9 teams have even proven to be among the finest in the nation through actual K-9 competition. Just recently, on Friday and Saturday, April 5 & 6, 2019, the Escondido Police Department sent 5 of their K-9 teams to compete in the 2nd Annual Police Canine Trials at Murrieta, California. It was no easy K-9 challenge. According to the Murrieta Police Department, 60 police K-9 teams from the U. S. and Mexico competed. The

The Carlsbad Police Department K-9 Unit has employed such breeds of dogs as Belgian Malinois, as well as German Shepherds, to give two examples. The city of Carlsbad is well served. It is estimated that a single police K-9 team (dog and police human partner), can be as effective as 25 to 30 highly-trained humans-in-

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top-notch K-9 teams were judged over a grueling 2 days. The Escondido Police Department proudly brought back several prestigious honors in a variety of K-9 team events. The winning Escondido Police K-9 teams were: Officer Jared Lunt and K-9 “Gybs” won 1st Place in the “Article Search” event, as well as 5th Place in the “Building Search” event. Officer Steve Brown and K-9 “Roy” won 2nd Place in “Area Search.” Officer Joe Putulowski and K-9 “Kaiko” won 5th Place in “Area Search.” Officer Todd Gimenez and K9 “Bo” won 2nd Place in the “Water Apprehension” event. Escondido’s K-9 dogs have even proved legendary. In recent years, the Escondido Police Department made print and television news when they announced that K-9 police dog, Jena, was officially promoted to the rank of “Detective.” Jena became the very first dog in EPD history to ever make the rank of detective. K-9 Jena’s service resume

seems unreal. Her duties were assisting police in narcotic searches, and locating drugs on suspects or vehicles 88 different times. She was utilized 1,061 times during her career. She also was responsible for assisting in the apprehension of violent criminals.

About 6 months ago, in late 2017, the Escondido Police Department sadly reported the passing of 2 retired K-9 dogs named “Hunter” and “Utah.” According to the EPD website (prepared by police Lieutenant, Mark Petersen), Hunter and Utah were not only star-performers but, deeply loved and respected by their human police officer counterparts. Hunter’s handler/partner was Officer Suzanne Baeder (Baeder is now a Sergeant). Lt. Petersen shares a moving and loving anecdote: “Hunter was adored by the other officers who worked with him. When Officer Baeder wasn’t paying attention, her coworkers loved to sneak Hunter treats through the patrol car window.” Hunter retired back in 2013 and lived with his human partner’s family. When the dog’s 14th birthday came around, his

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human family presented Hunter with a delicious steak dinner, complete with mashed potatoes (all prepared by Sgt. Suzanne Baeder).

K-9 Utah, began serving on Escondido’s Police Department in June of 2008. When he retired, he spent his pampered dog years with his handler, Officer Ryan Banks (now a Sergeant). Utah became the only K-9 to be officially named in a City of Escondido Official Proclamation for his valiant and courageous assistance in capturing a dangerous suspect wanted for shooting at Escondido police officers. Lieutenant Mark Petersen’s website tells of a story that the public rarely hears: “Utah was known among the officers as a social butterfly due to his friendly nature and the way he would always nudge your hand wanting to be petted.” It touches the inner recesses of the human heart to realize that all these dogs wish for is, just simply, to be petted, loved, and accepted.

2013 and lived his final years with his handler, Sgt. Ryan Banks. Utah finally passed away just 18 months ago, on September 15, 2017. Together, Hunter and Utah assisted with the arrests of over 500 suspects! These dogs also courageously served by searching over 600 buildings and open areas! There is a strong, enduring bond among police officers, everywhere. The death of these two police K-9 dogs was deeply mourned by their fellow human officers in Escondido, and beyond. They left a deep and powerful legacy. And a safer community for you and I to live in. WHEN DEATH SEPARATES K-9 HANDLER AND DOG

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The Pastor Says... Utah was retired in September

Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, falls quickly into the past tense, “How was your Easter.”

Pastor Tom Fry (Retired) Church of the Nazarene

“He is risen!” “He is risen, indeed.” Those words echoed through churches across Christendom last Sunday (Except for our Orthodox brethren who will celebrate Easter this Sunday). It is a declaration of Easter in the present tense.

And yet, Easter vanishes quicker than most spiritual celebrations. Other than a random shopping cart of discounted chocolate bunnies, you can hardly find any remnant of the celebration. Maybe it is because, unlike Christmas, there is not another holiday quickly following. Or maybe it is because almost everyone goes back to school and work on Monday or Tuesday. Life moves on and Easter, the triumphant celebration of the

That may have been on the mind of hymn writer Alfred Henry Ackley in 1933 when he composed “He Lives,” a hymn written in the present tense. The first line of the first verse says, “I serve a risen savior… .”

That’s the present tense. That’s now. Today. Read on in the Bible past Easter. Jesus appeared to several people, individually and in groups following the resurrection. Even some of these had a hard time believing that Jesus was alive, that he was real and not some kind of ghost. Then he ascended into heaven to be with God the Father. The tomb is still empty. He lives. Easter is in the presence tense. We may have passed the day of observation and celebration, but we can still say, “He is risen. He is risen indeed.” Note: Alfred Henry Ackley lived and pastored in Escondido some time after he wrote this hymn in 1933. Perhaps a reader can add some details.


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April 25, 2019

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

“Best of San Marcos” photo contest winners announced

Winners of the city’s fourth annual “Best of San Marcos” photo contest were announced this month. Photographers of all skill levels and ages were invited to submit photos of how they see San Marcos’ beauty from nature to recreational activities to points of interest. With 34 entries received, the competition was stiff but many beautiful San Marcos sights were captured.First place winner, Allison Frank received a $50 valued prize for her submission, “Pretty Path.”

Second place winner, Gail Gonzalez, received $25 valued prize for her entry, “Morning Run at the Lake.” Winning entries will be featured in the summer 2019 edition of the San Marcos 360 due out in April. Images will also be used in city publications or promotional material, including the city’s website. All photo entries were judged by a panel of city representatives. To view the photo contest entries, visit www.san-marcos.net/photogallery.

Escondido • Mayor Paul “Mac” Mcnamara Greetings Escondido

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Life Changing Technologies in Vista

Vista may be known for its many microbreweries, but there are plenty of other exciting things brewing in high tech labs around the city.

Inside the Business Park, at a highly specialized laboratory at Exagen Inc., scientists are working on groundbreaking tools to help physicians better diagnose and monitor autoimmune diseases such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, giving hope to patients with major, unmet medical needs. A mile away, Leica Biosystems is developing technology allowing clinicians to efficiently provide patients a highly confident diagnosis within 24-hours after a biopsy. These companies are just two of several healthcare techfocused companies that make up Vista’s burgeoning life sciences industry. Many may not be aware there is so much science technology occurring in Vista. We have a vibrant innovation cluster that provides an economic boom and quality of life to our city and we work hard to help these companies boost their competitiveness, whether it’s via expanding their offices or finding highly qualified workers. I am looking forward to more life-changing healthcare tech companies coming to Vista!

Oceanside • Mayor Peter Weiss Oceanside’s Succulents

This week was full of meetings over a wide spectrum. There is not enough space in this column to review all the topics, so suffice to say there is a lot going on that all share the common purpose of making Escondido a better community. There are two areas however, that I would like to focus on.

The City of Oceanside, with the support of local business and community groups, will host a “Simply Succulent” event at the El Corazon Senior Center, 3302 Senior Drive, on Saturday, May 18, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Guests will enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne, light refreshments, and a small succulent to take home.

The second is the Library volunteer luncheon. A city library is a pillar of that community. What it looks like, how the residents feel about it, support it, etc, all make a statement about the community. What was so impressive was how many volunteers we have and how long they have been volunteering. We had one who was honored for 30 years of service. I don’t know of a better way to brag about our city than to brag about our residents. We live in a great community!

There will be a silent auction which will include an Autumn in Lake Arrowhead Trip (Oct. 27-Nov. 3), plus opportunity prize drawings. There will also be succulents for sale.Ticket purchases can be made at the Civic Center Library Administration Offices, or online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/simply-succulents-tickets-58757184320.

The first is that I had the opportunity to attend the Lao New Year Celebration at the CCAE. It was a wonderful event that offered a glimpse into the Lao culture. I was glad they chose Escondido to hold the celebration, because it represents, despite recent negative news, that Escondido is in fact a welcoming community. They plan to come back next year as well.

Thank you. Semper Fi, Mac - Paul P. McNamara, Mayor of Escondido

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Police Department released a moving photo of K-9 handler, Officer Chancellor, embracing the lifeless body of his beloved police canine partner “Griffen,” for the final time, it evoked a deep, visceral awakening among the general public of the indefinable bond of love and trust shared by human and dog. The 7-year-old Belgian Malinois died on March 24, 2018 of “an unfortunate medical condition,” according to police Lt. Eric Thunberg. These dogs are more than just pets, or police co-workers, they are genuine family members to their K-9 handlers, who often spend hours, just talking in quiet tones to their dogs, communicating their deepest thoughts, fears, and most private emotions, which the

canines seem to, instinctively, be aware. These dogs have been specially-trained to sense danger around their human partners, even reading their handler’s body language, and even “sensing” fear, anxiety, or tension their human partner may feel when approaching a vehicle. There is a short poem, with simple words, which seems to capture the innocence and purity of truth that forms the sanctity of trust, love and the undying bond between human and dog: “My sunshine doesn’t come from the skies. It comes from the love in my dog’s eyes.”

SPECIAL THANKS TO: Escondido Police Chief Craig Carter, and K-9 Coordinator

The event will feature a visit with Debra Lee Baldwin, the featured speaker presenting a succulent slide show. Debra is an award-winning garden photojournalist and author who launched global interest in succulents in 2007 with her first book, Designing with Succulents. She has written two other bestsellers, Succulents Simplified and Succulent Container Gardens.

Lt. Mark R. Petersen. And to K-9 Officer Tom Fidel and his Wonder Dog “Doxx” who stole my heart. This article is dedicated to all law enforcement, in all its phases, everywhere. May God bless and shield you, always. For you risk your life every moment of every day, just so that we can be safe with our families, our children, friends, and loved ones. And you never have any guarantee of returning to your own, at the end of your work day. Truly, you are one of life’s bountiful blessings. Note to all who submit press releases to The Paper and/or The Social Butterfly: All photos accompanying press releases must be attached as either a pdf or jpg format. Releases with embedded photos will not be considered for publication.

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In the early years, PC users were aware that you would need to replace your PC every couple of years. CPUs, RAM and storage capacities were doubling on 1824 month cycles and applications (software) were keeping pace. Upgrade was not an option because everything from the motherboard to the hard drive would need to be changed. “Your new computer is obsolete before you get it home” was a common expression. Consumers were urged to “buy the biggest and fastest PC you can afford” in order to defer the impending obsolescence.

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The obsolescence myth persists even today when it is no longer even close to being true. The giants of the computer industry like Dell, HP, Microsoft¸ Intel and software makers built their empires on “technical obsolescence.” Today they work hard to keep the myth alive. Microsoft with operating systems, Office Suites, and updates, Intel with new generations of CPU, motherboard chipsets and memory and the PC makers spending billions to hype the latest and greatest in their effort to get us to “keep up with technology.” When our old PC hiccups we may dash out to get a new one, but after reloading our programs and reinstalling all our files we often find that the new PC doesn’t run faster or do things any better than our old one. Additionally, we find ourselves required to learn how to use the newest Windows OS. We liked the old one better, but Microsoft needs us to move on. You spend hundreds of dollars on a new system that you don’t like as well as your old one.

older PCs are fast enough to handle high speed Internet. Since much of what we do is Internet based. The fastest newest PC is no better than your old one. Dell, HP and the rest know this and that is why many of the brand spanking new low end Windows10 PCs today are actually slower than the PCs born with Vista and Windows7 ten years ago.

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Off line or “stand alone” applications are where faster newer PCs have a chance to shine. Unfortunately the kind of “stand alone” programs most of us use don’t benefit from higher speeds. Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Quick Books are programs that theoretically do run faster with a faster CPU. But the

reality is that these relatively simple tasks are nearly instantaneous anyway. When you hit a key on your keyboard it takes only eight one thousandths of a second for the letter to appear on your screen. Would you notice the difference if it only took only two one thousandths? Probably not. The point here is that if your five to ten year old PC has “good bones” but doesn’t seem be operating “up to snuff,” bring to us and let us do a free evaluation on it. If you loved it once, we can make it so you’ll love it again. Next week we’ll get into some details as to things we can do to turn your old PC into a butt kicker.

Why is it that new PCs often aren’t any better than our old ones? The answer is fairly simple. On the Internet there is no speed difference between a $3000 Alienware gamer PC and a $150 used 10 year old Gateway. That’s because fast computers can’t make the internet speed any faster than it is and

Milton Carl Craighead, 83, of Encinitas, CA., passed away on April 9th, 2019. Accu-Care Cremation, Carlsbad Tuesday, May 21; 10-11:30am and POP Poway, Education Classroom Tuesday, May 21; 6-7:30pm

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If you are like many Americans, and for that matter, most people around the world, you have spent many a day at the local arcade. There you have been challenged by the many machines surrounding you, but especially by the pinball machines.

The first coin-operated pinball machine was called “Whiffle Board”. It was invented by Automatic Industries in 1931. Shortly thereafter, a game called “Ballyhoo” was invented by Raymond Maloney, who later started the Bally Manufacturing Company.

Pinball machines were very popular in the 1930s, as the masses of people in the United States needed some type of low cost entertainment to help them through the Depression years.

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Chicago was the center of pinball manufacturing in the 1930s. At one time there were more than 145 companies manufacturing pinball machines in the United States, but the number declined significantly, and by the 1940s only a dozen or so remained.

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Despite the lack of competition, pinball machines are coveted by high-profile celebrities, as well as baby boomers and executives. Personal home game rooms will often have pinball machines.

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because they can be repaired.

But recent auction sales include the following, an Alice in Wonderland pinball machine from 1948 made by Gottlieb was sold at auction for $3500 in 2014. A Beatles pinball machine from 1966 was sold at auction in 2008 for slightly more than $4000. That would be a unique item for any Beatles fan. An Indiana Jones machine from 1993 went for $5500, and a Bally Safe Cracker pinball machine from 1996 sold for $7000. Pinball machines are still very popular nowadays.

But playing pinball on Sundays in Ocean City, New Jersey is still illegal.

Since the early 2000s, there has been only one major designer and manufacturer, Stern Pinball.

Of course, collectors have not forgotten about pinball machines. Not by a long shot. And most collectors don’t care if the machines are in working condition when they acquire them,

Jeff Figler is a professional certified appraiser. His latest book The Picker’s Pocket Guide to Baseball Memorabilia has been #1 on Amazon. He can be reached at info@jefffigler.com or at 877-472-3087.


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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008278 The name of the business: Trezoro, Greene Light Solutions, located at 340 S. Lemon Ave., #8698, Walnut, CA. 91789. This business is registered by: Jade Fires LLC 1482 Avenida La Posta Encinitas, CA. 92024 This business is conducted by a Limited Liabiity Company. First day of business 3/29/2019 /s/ Justin Greene, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/02/2019 4/04, 4/11, 4/18 & 4/25/2019 ____________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9007820 The name of the business, All Things Beautiful Event Planning, located at 320 Civic Center Dr., Vista, CA. 92084. This business is registered by: Patrina Cavon and Bryant Kieth Reed 320 Civic Center DR. Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by a Married Couple. First day of business 3/26/19. /s/ Patrina Cavon Reed Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/26/2019 4/04, 4/11, 4/18& 4/25/2019 ____________

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More Social Butterfly Escondido Woman’s Club Meeting – Monday, May 6th, is the general meeting of the Escondido Woman’s Club, starting at 10:30am, at their Clubhouse at 751 N. Rose (corner of Mission Ave.), Escondido. The program starts at 11:30 and lunch will be at 12noon. The program will be on the Serenity House, which is one of the local organizations that the Philanthropies Committee has listed to receive a donation again this year from the Woman’s Club. Also, dues are due for the Club’s new year which runs from July 1, 2019 thru June 30, 2020, and will be collected through the June 3rd general meeting. RSVP for the general meeting to Joy at 760.855.3850.

Also, Monday, May 6th, from 57pm, the Club will hold a “Meet and Greet.” Women interested in learning more about the Woman’s Club is invited to attend, meet some of the members, visit the clubhouse and learn about our activities in the community. RSVP to Eli at 619.861.0395.

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9006693 The name of the business: APTO Connection, located at 1464 Golden Sunset Dr., San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Julius Soriano 1464 Golden Sunset Dr. San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 3/01/2019 /s/ Julius Soriano Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/13/2019 4/04, 4/11, 4/18 & 4/25/19 ____________________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9007746 The name of the business: JC Consulting, located at 2108 Hilldale St., Oceanside, CA. 92054. This business is registered by: Jeffrey Allen Clark 2108 Hilldale St. Oceanside, CA. 92054 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 3/15/2019 /s/ Jeffrey Allen Clark Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/25/2019 4/04, 4/11, 4/18 & 4/25/19 ____________________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9006695 The name of the business: Concrete Tools Innovation, located at 408 Auburn Ave., San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Jose David Escobar 408 Auburn Ave. San Marcos, CA. 92069 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/ Jose David Escobar Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/13/2019 4/04, 4/11, 4/18 & 4/25/19 ____________________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9007554 The name of the business: Advanced Handyman, located at 1009 E 2nd Ave., Escondido, CA. 92025. This business is registered by: J. Hansen 1009 E. 2nd AVe. Esconddo, CA. 92025 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 7/22/10 /s/ J. Hansen Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/22/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/19 ____________________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008995 The name of the business: Banh Mi San Marcos, located at 706 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd., San Mrcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: TLP Capital, LLC 1967 Woodland Valley Glen Escondido, CA. 92026 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company First day of business n/a. /s/ Trang Nguyen, Member Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/08/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/19 ____________________

STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #2019-9007618 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME: SoCal InfoTech, located at 410 Prairie Rose Way, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. The Fictitious Business Name referred to above was filed in San Diego County on 01-25-2011 and assigned File no. 2011-002468, is abandoned by the following regisrants: Ben Maemura 410 Prairie Rose Way San Marcos, CA. 92078. 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 misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1000)./s/ Ben Maemura This statement was filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/25/2019l 04/04, 04/11, 04/18 & 04/25/2019

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9009573 The name of the business, Steele Roofing, located a 227 Pawnee St., Suite 101, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: GDRCO, Inc. 110 Civic Center Dr., Suite 205 Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business n/a. /s/ Darrin Marthens, Treasurer Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/11/2019 4/18, 4/25, 5/02 & 5/09/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9009584 The name of the business, Garage Experts of North County San Diego, located at 1643 Sonata Lane, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: M & L Coatings, Inc. 1643 Sonata Lane San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business n/a. /s/ Miles M. Low, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/11/2019 4/18, 4/25, 5/02 & 5/09/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008122 The name of the business, Essence of India, located at 2508 El Camino Real, Suite #C1, Carlsbad, CA. 92010. This business is registered by: EOI Hospitality LLC 2508 El Camino Real, Suite C1 Carlsbad, CA. 92010 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business n.a, /s/ Harsh Desai, Managing Member Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/28/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008123 The name of the business, Urban Tadka, located at 801 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road, Suite 101, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Samurai Hospitality, LLC 801 S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd, Suite 101 San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. First day of business n.a, /s/ Harsh Disai, Member Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/28/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9009678 The name of the business, CTB Consulting Services, located at 955 Stoneridge Way, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Carlos Torres Balagat 955 Stoneridge Way San Marcos, Ca. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 01/01/2019. /s/Carlos Torres Balagat Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/12/2019 4/25, 5/02, 5/09 & 5/16/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008674 The name of the business, Safe Ride Services, located at 41979 Margarita Rd. #62, Temecula, CA. 92591. This business is registered by: Maher Jamil Zureigat 41979 Margarita Rd. #62 Temecula, Ca. 92591 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n.a, /s/ Maher Jamil Zureigat Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/04/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9009824 The name of the business, Jones Institute International, located at 7937Corte Domingo, Carlsbad, Ca. 92009 This business is registered by: Randall Scott Kusunose 7937 Corte Domingo Carlsbad, CA. 92009 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/Randall Scott Kusunose Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/15/2019 4/25, 5/02, 5/09 & 5/16/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9007934 The name of the business, Marie Beauty, located at 1036 Commerce St., Suite F, San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Devin Marie and Makenzi Marie Morrison 1036 Commerce St. Suite F San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by Co-Partners. First day of business n.a, /s/ Devin Marie Morrison Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/27/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9009986 The name of the business, Devin Carpinelli Construction, Inc.,located at 1391 Via Christina, Vista, CA. 92084. This business is registered by: Devin Carpinelli Construction, Inc. 1391 Via Christina Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 4/17/19. /s/Devin Carpinelli Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/17/2019 4/25, 5/02, 5/09 & 5/16/2019 ____________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9010053 The name of the business, Larry Leak’s Plumbing & Drains, located at 1582 Sunrise Dr., Vista, Ca. 92084. This business is registered by: Larry Joseph Gomez 1582 Sunrise Dr. Vista, Ca. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/Larry Joseph Gomez Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/17/2019 4/25, 5/02, 5/09 & 5/16/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9006478 The name of the business, MPowerment by Morgann, located at 803 W. San Marcos Blvd., San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: Morgann McKunes 803 W. San Marcos Blvd. San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n.a, /s/ Morgann McKunes Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/12/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008030 The name of the business, Ara Lebanese Grill & Mediterranean, located at 997 San Marcos Blvd., San Marcos, Ca. 92078. This business is registered by: ATASH LLC 1510 S. Melrose Dr. #106 Vista, CA. 92081 This business is conducted by Limited Liability Company. First day of business 3/11/19. /s/ Mehrdad Arjmandi Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/28/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008090 The name of the business, EventStaPic, located at 1805 Queens Way, Vista, CA. 92084. This business is registered by: Tiffany Marcia Arnold 1805 Queens Way Vista, CA. 92084 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/ Tiffany Marcia Arnold Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/28/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9010224 The name of the business, Brazil My Love, located at 323 Redwood Dr., #128, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Monica Tupinamba Berry 323 Redwood Dr., #128 San Marcos, Ca. 92069. This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/ Monica Tupinamba Berry Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/18/2019 4/25, 5/02, 5/09 & 5/16/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008729 The name of the business, Pit Stop Diner, 3825 Mission AVe., Suite D1, Oceanside, CA. 92058. This business is registered by: Eleftherios, Inc. 3825 Mission Ave. Suite D1 Oceanside, CA. 92058 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 1/1/16. /s/ Eugenia Chondros, Vice President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/04/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9009772 The name of the business, Fruttos Yogurt, located at 347 Vista Village Dr., Vista, CA. 92083. This business is registered by: Yun Cha Hwang 1427 Alga Ct. Vista, CA. 92081 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 4/1/2019. /s/Yun Cha Hwang Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/15/2019 4/25, 5/02, 5/09 & 5/16/2019 ____________

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008732 The name of the business, Mindbodyology, Mindbodyology Counseling & Wellness Services, located at 440 S. Melrose Dr., Suite 202, Vista, CA. 92081. This business is registered by: Mindbodyology 440 S. Melrose Dr. Suite 202 Vista, Ca. 92081 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business 4/4/19. /s/ Shaliss Padilla, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/04/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & 5/02/2019 ____________

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9006915 The name of the business, San Marcos Auto Injury Chiropractic Center, located at 555 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd., Ste 200, San Marcos, CA. 92078. This business is registered by: Revilla Chiropractic, APC 555 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd., Ste 200 San Marcos, CA. 92078 This business is conducted by a corporation. First day of business3/15/2019. /s/Russell S. Rivilla, President Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 3/15/2019 4/11, 4/18, 4/25 & , 5/02/2019

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9009319 The name of the business, Sergio’s Fine Art, located at 4626 Ohio St., Apt 11, San Diego, CA. 92116. This business is registered by: Sergio Gutierrez 4626 Ohio St., Apt 11 San Diego, CA. 92116 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business 3/20/19. /s/ Sergio Gutierrez Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/10/2019 4/18, 4/25, 5/02 & 5/09/2019 ____________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #2019-9008873 The name of the business, Zendona, located at 730 Nordahl Rd., Suite 106, San Marcos, CA. 92069. This business is registered by: Weiliang Zhang 9116 Lantana Dr. Corona, Ca. 92883 This business is conducted by an individual. First day of business n/a. /s/ Weiliang Zhang Filed with Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., County Clerk/Recorder of San Diego on 4/05/2019 4/18, 4/25, 5/02 & 5/09/2019 ____________

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